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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 16 February 1905

Addition! Locals. Mrs. Wash Gladiah of West Jacksan is on the sick list. P. A. Obermiller has opened a feed and livery stable and is now able to accommodate the public with rig or team See his ad in this issue. New garden seed and plants at three papers for 5o at Druening k Kerstner D. G. Co. Married, at the residence of Pleas. Thompson, in East Jack son, on the 6th day of Feby., Vip. Geo. W. Brooks of Jackson, Mo., and Miss Ilie Coffer of Sharps boro, Mo., J. M. Snider, officiat ing. Alfred Spoor of Passaic, N. J., is the pioneer grape grower of this country. Physicians say rtpeer's wines surpass all others for medical use. Delicate ladies and aged people find Speer's Port by far the best wino known. 14 J. W. McCombs visited his mother at Shawneetown last week. She is 83 year old and hale and hearty. Her hunband, Uncle Geo. Seibert, is HO years old, and he saya he feela that he is good for ten more years. Any of our customers that have any of the following coupons will please bring...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 16 February 1905

I JACKSON HkiKALD.I REPUBLICAN IN POLITICS. B. F. LVS1... . .Publisher Kau-reJ at the instolllci at Jack, on. Mo., as second-class matter No TP ruber i, 1S97. PHONES: Office Kg ResUencs 142 Tecras tor the Herald are as follow s; For one year 11.00 B!x months SO Three months 30 Aa.vMt'.Fins Kates: locals 6c per line each Insertion. Trofoyl onal Card 5 per year. Iegal Advertisements legal rtos. Display ad. rates made knaan on application. THE MARKET REPORT A Summarized Report Covering . Prevailing Conditions. GRAIN St. Louis. the : v.-. :i red ... I n iiitri . No. " 4 winter, ni-tv . mixed mixed el low yellow u (lite white mixe-i mixed v. hi to white 1 : No tla: No. 1 I I '. "UN No. No. 3 No. No .'. No No. No. . i.-. ii' 4j . II ' 11 No No. v No. 4 No. . il i Chicago. Mril!;. . spring. . UK T No No. No . .51 :! t-IL--.i No. '.r Xo. No. No. V. r No. ii.tci.Kt 1 - Ve'.ltlW white white ilr to choice malt; Kansas City. .:io. .:;i ' . is Wm Ai. -No. No. No No. tolls No. V No. " No. 3 Nu. 1...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 16 February 1905

COURT RULING WILL NOT LOWER PRICE OF BEEF MANY ARE SLAIN IN POLISH RIOTS CLAIMS BUGGY WAS UPSET BY HORSE JAPANESE INTRENCH IN FACE OF FIRE; ARMIES IN CLOSE TOUCH WORKMEN UNEASY AT ST. PETERSBURG Russian Worklngmen'a Party Issues a Proclamation Callng to Arm. Arkansas Man Telia the Condition In Which He Found Defendant. Rumors Say That Strikei Are to Be Resumed at Russian Capital. Recent Permanent Injunction Waa In Operation Two Yeart Ago. St. Petersburg: Fop the moment llie starMing crime In Hclingfor has with drawal attention from tlic strike situa tion throughout Russia. Tuesday's events In Poland and tlio Caucasus, tittwevflr, arc quite serious enough In thnmRelvos. Disorders In the smaller Industrial towns of Poland have added mope than a score to the total of the I; Mod and troops have been sent to Warsaw and Kutno, eighty-three miles wosft of Warsaw, to quell uprisings those. The strike conditions In the Cauoasns are becoming worse and traf fic: oa the Trans-CaucOHlan railway ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 16 February 1905

Fiendish Suffering la often caused by Mires, uWrs ami ranivrs. that nit away y.-iir skin. Win. Heilcll i.f Flat KVu-k, Midi., says: "I have used Bui-k-lon's Arnii-: Salve f. r alvers, S ires and caneers. It is the best : liealiiiir ilresMnt; 1 evT found." , Sootlies and heals cu:-. burns and scald. '2ic. Kor unit by 1 'li ft. K. WOOPS. thudrujrpst. Marriage Licenses. Ira Huskey nnd Orihi:i Sim- itionft. Chas.IscheandldaM. Gerichs. R. C Looney and Nellie Thrower. Jas. McCoy and MapgieNN ycoff. Newt Thompson and Kffie Mc- Lain. H. Nelsman and R. Diebold Lodge Directory The Tribe Ben Hur meets in the A. O. U. W. hall the second .Hid fourth Monday nitfhts of CTich month at 8 o'cWkf H. II. Finer, chief: J. li. Watkins. i etribe. The Fraternal Order of Colo nials meets in the A. O U. ' . hall on the third Thursday nights of each month at 8 o'clock. B. F. Lusk, president; A. C. Schmuke, secretary. The U. B. of C. A- J. meets in Iheir hall the second Saturday and fourth Tuesday of each mont...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 23 February 1905

The Jackson IHIerailp. B. F. LUSK, Editor. IN THE INTEREST OF THE PEOPLE AND THE REPUBLICAN PARTY. 51.00 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE VOL. VIII. JACKSON, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY '2'X I!0.. M). If, LOCALS Wheat $1.07 to-day. " Yesterday was Washington's birthday. Buster Brown hose at 20c per pair at Jackson Store Co. . Hollas Sadler of West Jackson is on the sick list. Everything reduced at Morgan Sisters' in order to make room for the new spring stock. New garden seed and plants at three papers for 5c at Bruening A Kerstner D. G. Co. Mr. and Mrs. Berry of the Cape visited Carl Wallace and family last week. Ilev. Theodore Whitfield will preach at Roberts school house next Sunday afternoon. Potatoes 45c a bushel. You pet a big package for 10c at Bruening & Kerstner D. G. Co. The Meier divorce case will be tried in the common pleas court at the Cape Feb. 28, by Judge B. F. Davis. For t!vcr, timothy, red top and everything for farm and garden fv-'ing sowing can be had at McAtee A Buerkl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 23 February 1905

JACKSON HfcKALD. REPUBLICAN IN POLITICS. B. F. Li's .Publisher Entered at tfce posicfflce at Jack, ton. Mo., as secoud-class matter No vember 4, 1597. PHONES: Office US Residence 112 Terms for the HeraM are as follows: FVr one year Jl.OO Six months SO Three rovnths 3U Advertising Hates: Iyicals Gc per lino each Insertion Profoslon.il CarJ IS per year. Lce.il Advertisements legal rates. Display aJ. rates made known on application. THE MARKET REPORT A Ci r-i.arized Report Ccvcring the . rivalling Ccn-ilionc. c.rv..: St. Louis. V'm u-N'ii ? red SI 17 N.v J rod.... 1.13 ' Hard w -inter. No.?.... 1.14 ' No. 4 winter, new... . 1.04 r,.'. No. 2 mixed 4.1 No. .I niived 4.V-J No. 2 yellow 4."'4' No ,. yellow 41 No white 4.1?f No. 5 white 4.1 or -N.. ; mixed 3',Mi No. , mixed HI .'j No. V w hite 31 No. 4 white 33 lin-No. s S3 Chicago. IVnf r-No vpriinr Sl.lrt Xu. 3 sprinif l.t.i No 3 red. . . 1 19? r..!t No 3 44 No. 3 yellow 44' i i'ii-x.i. 3 ! no'i No. 3 white 31 i No. .1 w lute 33 Kr No 3 7...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 23 February 1905

EUZZARD MOVES TO TO SOUTH AND EAST Ccvsrjl Persons Frozen to Death by the Excessive Cold. Sf. 1ouis, Fob. 14. AlthoiiRh stern weather preallod over the entire West during last night, the hacbono or tho severe blizzard hns been broken and tho Htorm center lias moved rapidly eastward. Tho weather In St. Louis yesterday morning at G o'clock wob the coldest observed for more than twenty years It moderated steadily during the day, but night fotmd the city still firmly In the blizzard's grasp. Intense suffering among the poor and tinprotected was reported from all parts of the city. The police stations were crowded -with the homeless and the City Hospital and Dispensary busy caring for persons with frozen hands nnd feet. Itailway traffic was delayed, trains arriving here from one to three hours late. Street-car service was hurt by brenking of trolley wires, but all line3 carried out their schedules. Hallway traffic from the Mississippi to the Rocky Mountains has been greatly demoralized, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 23 February 1905

I rircrkv Hl.M un ; for a lecture bureau, give a hu- JACiSo:s nKALi.,morou9leclu n for ,.euten, RErl'KUCAN IN 1ML1TIC8. , ,, ...... ! ant governor on the Prohibition 77 ticket, deliver lectures on spirit- B. F. LtSK 11-bushicu ualism, and then have more re- - iigion than any of us editors or ffntrrrr 1 th pnMofflcr t Jurknin, Mo. ..hiirph Ktpwnrila ihnl hnvo nvpr coDd-ri.niu'rN..Ti.mh.r4. im;. cnurcn siewarus mai nave ever --. -- - opposed him. He can also do Terms for the 11kkai.i are as fni- these things and not compromise . , his position as a minister, and go rot one vcur Ii.no ... , jH months f0 to that place when he dies where Three month 30 moth and rust do not corrupt, r"' - : - ----- an(j wjlere jne following- words of AnvrRTtsiNo Ratks: Local fie , , , , , rrlin.-nehln..ertl..n. Professional onaKespeare neea not oe useu: Card f5 ner yenr. LeiMl Advertise. "He who Hteals my purse steals mentlsral rates. Pinnlnviid rates . u u 1. i 1ml. nisdo known on application. trash. but...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 23 February 1905

Itch Ringworm. E. T. Lucas, Wingo, Ky., writes April 15, 1902: "For 10 to 12 years I had been afflicted with a malady known as the itch. The itching was most unbearable; I had tried for years to find relief, having tried all remedies I could hoar of, besides a number of doctors. I wish to state that one ingle application of Ballard's 8now Liniment cured me com pletely and permanently. Since then I have used the liniment on two separate occasions for ring worm and it cured completely. 25c, 50o and SI. For sale by DR. 8. E. WOODS, the druggist. General Assembly. The Missouri Benata has passed the following laws: Limit of court judgments to ten years. School bill, allowing school boards to elect superintendents for two years. McNatt's bill providing that county collectors must sue for delinquent taxes within one year from delinquency or they will be charged up againBt the collector. Suit cannot be brought after two years. Normal school bill establishing a normal school in southwest Mo....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 23 February 1905

UY CI CHAPTER XIII. The sun was near.? two hours high when I.afltte awoke from slumber, and rrepared to make himself ready for the responsible and arduous duties ly lag before htm. In view of I,aro's dying request, he tad considered carefully the arrange ment. for l,a?alie"s Immediate future, and this he unfolded to Ma'am Hrlgida. La;a!1o'. old rurse nj.d companion, after sending E.-rah to superintend the Fathering of Mich stores as were to be taken to the shore, preparatory to pulling them aboard the "Black Pe trel" and another craft, which was to Fail under command of Ezrah. who, In addition to his other valuable attain ments, was a skillful navigator. As to the slaves, of whom there were several hundred. It was not pru dent to attempt taking them In a body to Louisiana; and Lafltte decided, for tho present, to leave by far the great er number of them neon the uinmi where there was abundant food and j rii.-ini, Mm iahe wan mm only a row, Including such as Lazalle should select f i...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 23 February 1905

Fishes In the Nil. I A painstaking survey of the flute of the Nile, extended far up both Blue and White Nile, hai Just been completed. It adds fourteen new spe cies to about ninety Known before, and Rives much other valuable Infor mation. . VOMEN WHO CHARM IEJU.TR IS THE FIRST ESSEtTOl It Helps Women to Win and Bold Men's Admiration, Bespect and Lot Woman's greatest g ft a the power to Inspire admiration, respect, and love. There is a beauty in health which is more attractive to men than mere reffu larity 01 feature. To be a successful wife, to retain the love and admiration of her husband, should be a woman' constant study. At the first indication of ill-health, painful or Irregular meniCruation, headache or backache, secure Lydia K. Pinkhara's Vegetable Compound and befrin its use. Mrs. Chas. F. Brown, Vice-President Mothers' Club, 21 Cedar Terrace, Hot tiprings. Ark., writes; Dear Mm. Ptnkham: " For nine years I dragged through a miser able existence, suffering with inflammation ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 23 February 1905

Fiendish Suffering Is often onused by fores, uloers ntiil fallows, that fat away yuir Am. Wm. Bodoll of Flat Kook, Mich.. s:y: "I have usvll?uck Ion's Arnica Salve for ulcers, spires and cancers. It is the best healing dresMiig I ever found.',' ."Soothes and heals cuts, burns nd scalds. 2oc. For sale by DR. j E. WOODS, the druggist. Peculiar Disappeaiance J. P. Kunvan of Butlerville, O., laid the peculiar disappearance of his painful symptoms of indi- estion and biliousness to Dr. King's New Life Pills. He says, "Thev are a perfect remedy for dizziness, sour stomach, head- Hche, constipation, etc' 25c. For sale by DR. WwODS, the druggist Price S. E. Lodge Directory The Tribe Ben Hur meets in ite A. O. U. W. hall the second md fourth Monday nights of ach month at 8 o'clock. H. H. Piper, chief: J. R. Wat kins, CTibe. The Fraternal Order of Colo nials meets in the A. O U. V. hall on the third Thursday nights of each month at S o'clock. 3. F. Lusk. president; A. C. .?ehmuke. secretary. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 2 March 1905

IlHlE JACKSON IHlERAU)). B. K. LUSK, Edilor. IN THE INTEREST OF THE riiOl'Uv AND THE RF.rUItLICAN TARTY. S..00 PliR YEAR IN ADVANCE VOL. VIII. JACKSON, MISSOURI. THURSDAY. MAKCII 2, 11105. NoTui V nr b ggTtyrrmryu 5nnnnrr tt i LOCALS i Wheat $1.07 to-day. j Snowdy Stevens of the Cape is visiting in Jackson. New garden seed and plants at three papers (or 5c at Bruening A Kerstner D. O. Co. MissNadine Fulenwider visited relatives at Commerce last week, returning Monday. Birthday presents and wedding presents can be had at Haaslinger'a Jewelry store. 8. C. Lail, Henry Gockel and O. B. Kinder went to St. Louis Sunday. Potatoes 45c a bushel. You get a big package for 10c at Bruening & Kerstner D. G. Co. Kd. P. Crowe will instruct and interest you. Hear him at the court house to-night. For clover, timothy, red top and everything for farm and garden spring sowing can bo had at McAtee & Bucrkle. John Hoffmeister has pur chased the Sam Mitts barber shop, and Mr. Mitts will return to ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 2 March 1905

JACKSON tlb'RALD. REPUBLICAN IN POLITICS. B. F. IX". .Publisher Entered at the postoffice at Jack, ton, Mo., a second-class matter No venjber 4, 1S9T. PHONES: Office 14S Residence 142 Terms for the Herald are aa follow: For one year 11.00 Bit months 50 Three months 30 Advertising Rates: locals 6c per line each Insertion. FrofesUmal Card 15 per year. Legal Advertisements legal rates. Display ad. rataa made known cm application. THE MARKET REPORT . Summarized Report Covering the Prevailing Conditions. GRAIN St. Louis. Wiifat No C red $117 No. 3 red l.U Hard winter. No. 3.... 1.14 No. 4 winter, new... . 1.04 for.s No. 2 mixed 45 No. 3 mixed , 45 W " No. - yellow 4"' " No. 3 yellow 45 No. 2 white 45' No. 3 white 45 Oai No. 2 mixed No. 3 mixed 3'i Xo. 2 white 33 No. 4 white 33 Syk No. 2 i .83 i Chicago. Wiifat Xo. 0 sprinp SI 18 Xo. 3 spring 1.15 Xo 2 red l.W .irn Xo 2 44 Xo. 2 vellow 44' Oats No. 2 ." 30.'i Xo. 2 white 31 J Xo. 3 white 32 R E-Xo. 2 75 ! i 1!aI: FY Fair to choire malting...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 2 March 1905

JURY QL'iCKLY SECURED TO TRY CHARLES KRATZ Defendant Lata In Arriving and Ap peara Weak and Aged. Butler, Mo.: The trial of Charles Kratz of St. Louis on the charge of orlbery was begun In the circuit court here Monday at 10 o'clock, with Judge Charles A. Denton on the bench. The defendant had not arrived at court when the case was called. He walks slowly with a cane, and has the ap pearance of being sick. He has aged greatly since his first appearance here. Kratr. Is represented by Judge Thomas B. Harvey, Thomas T. Fauntleroy and Thomas I. Rowe of St. Louis and Fran-.-Isco & Clark of this city. The slate Is represented by Circuit Attorney Sa. gcr of St. Louis and A. R. Ludwick, prosecuting attorney of this county. The defense died a motion to quash the Indictment, which, after consider able discussion, was overruled. De forme counsel then moved to require trie state to furnish him with the evi dence taken before the grand 1 Jury whit returned the Indictment. This was also overr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 2 March 1905

Jackson Herald. REPUBLICAN IN POLITICS. B. V. LUSK 1VBL1KH eond-clmiw mttr Niitnnl'fr 4. IH; Mo. Term fur the Hkkald htc a NJ- Tor one vesr l.no Sti month 5 Three month Real Estate Transfers. AovKRTtsiNO Hates: Locals Hf per linf ouch innertion. rrnfpHBtnnnl Curd $5 per Year. Lk:iI Advertlnr mnt lesrul'rat. Hinp'ny ad rate made known on application. Ofllf ftwldrnre. JACKSON. MO.. MAIU'H Shall we reorganize the Jack son Commercial club? Saturday is the 4th of March, but Missouri will have no U. S. senator at the inauguration. we LET US have en have need of so many new ones Oliver Morton and. wife to M. L. Spradling, lots 1 and 2, bl 1, Morton addition to Jackson, $6T0. Krnest W. Hansel to Krnest H. llustl, 30 acres in sec 30, tp 83, r 12, S700. Robert R. Kiyneir and wife to Jacob A. Waddle, 60 acres in sec 12, tp 29, r 11, quit claim, SCO. Articles of incorporation are filed in the circuit clerk's office at Jackson of the firm of Pieronnet -Wilson Mercantilo Co. at Cape Girardeau. Ca...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 2 March 1905

Your last Chance. The 20th Century Penny Photo gallery will only be here ten days longer. Come while you can get twenty-five good photos (or 25 cents. MARKET REPORT. Flour, per owl 2.40?3.50 Bran, per cwt fl.00 Nhipstuff, 1.10 Coruiueal, per bu 75 Corn 45i50 OHtfl J Potatoes, Irish " Hay 3.V50 Cattle 3 Hop:, grOHH S.ItfiM Lnrd 7 Tallow 4 Uncoil 7 liUllUlt't'b ' Ham 1" Hiring (Kroen) 'U IU-1'HWHX Wool Feather Hen 9 Spring chlckena, 154 Turkey Hi Duck Goi'hp "1 Mutter 15 Kgg 24 Fiom Oriole. I have been waking up out of that Sleepy Hollow. 1 thought I would pencil a few lines to let you know I am up on my pegs again; but news is a little scarce at this writing. Some little sickness in the neighborhood since the cold spell. It has been pretty hard on old people and poor, dumb brutes, corn cribs and wood piles. Mr. Edwards lost two milk cows this cold spell. Mr. Alex. Simmons had one of his mares kicked and her leg broken and he had her shot. Chas. Hughes swapped for a good mule and it g...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 2 March 1905

AHTIE- m by SSary Eevereux ATM ILLUSTRATIONS BY DON C. WILSON Cyn&f. 1903. ifiltlr, ffnorr mtfGme&y) CHAPTER XIV. The Is nA of Grande Torre, off the en st of .oulslana. runs parallel with tie malr and; and at Its western end 1 a act ire harbor, reached by the Great. Ta s of Barataria. whose water it from 1 Ine to ten feet In depth. Here, n Grande Terre, were iold the rapti red cargoes and prizes; and people fr im all parts of Louisiana cirae hinher to purchase them, with bo apparent attempt or desire to con ceal the Vt.ject of their mission. Jean lfltte was, with Pierre, Bit ting in the dining-room of his own houe, of which, however, the latter was nominal master. "And so Laro is dead, and the Barra de Hierro in English hand," Pierre was saying. "Tell mc of thy plans, and what Is to bocorr. of the lovely Senorita La aalie." At this. Jonn. putting aside his for mer mood, sketched out clearly all his Intended operations, telling In detail or his Interview with Philip I -a Roch...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 2 March 1905

Healili of American Women A Subject Much Discussed at Women's Clubs The Future of a Country Depends on the Health of Its Women. Mr 77! Wi!tj.n - . m - w w - At the New York 8tato AwmWy of Mother, a prominent New York doctor told the 600 women present that healthy American women were fco rare as to be almost extinct. Thla seems to be ft sweeping slate tnent of the condition of American women. Yet how many do rou know who are perfectly well nnd do not have tnmo trouble arising from a derajijre rnrnt of the female orpanihm which manifests itself in headaches, back aches, nervousness, that bearing-down feeling, painful or irregular menstrua tion, leucorrhoca, displacement of the uterus, ovarinn trouble, indigestion or sleeplessness? There is a tried and true "remedy for all these ailments. Lydia K. I'inkham's Vegetable Com pound has restored more American women to health than all other reme dies in the world. It regulates, strengthens and cures diseases of the female organism as nothing...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 2 March 1905

Gasoline Ruin Asphalt. Running a leaky sasollne automo Mlc itl "f made a misdemeanor In Pan Francisco as it now la In Detroit. Gasoline disintegrate asphalt reorient- A GUARANTEED CURE FOR PILES. Itching, Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Piles. Druggists re fund money if Pazo Ointment fails to cure any case, no matter of how long standing, in 6 to 14 days. First application gives ease and reot. 60c. If your druggist hasn't it send 50c in stamps and it will be forwarded post-paid by Paris Medicine Co., St. Louis, Mo. A Big Attraction. Southeast Missouri Notes. A hotel and a livery stable burned at Maiden last week. 12.X)0 has been appropriated to build a federal court house at the Cape. By a vote at a special election last week Puxico was made a fourth-class city. The editor of the Scott County Citizen will take no hand in the coming local option campaign. New Madrid voted Tuesday on a proposition to bond the town for 12,000 to put in a system of water works The local option election wi...

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