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REPUBLICAN IN POLITICS. B. F. LUSK lniiLiiiKit. KntereC M. the poKtoflVe nt Jnckmin, Mo. A. cood-ciKM matter Novembi"4. 1HU.. Terms for the IIkhald are n fol lows: For one year 11.00 31 months so Three months :, pbosbs: OIBei if? Bealdence ul Advkrtibijo Rates! Looil fie per line each Insertion. . Professional Card $5 per year. Legal Advertise menU legal rates. Display ud rates made known on aiinlli'.itlon. Pfow's Your Chance j 1'. J. Lueders, Photographer, of Frolina, Alo., will occupy Schoen's Gallery at Pocahontas I each Saturday. Call and haye j your pictures taken. :: : OITIOE: Northwont Cor. I'ulillc fniiiiru. IMIOXKS; Ki-mIiImii'MKI Oltlcu - HI JACKSON, MO., MAY 11. 1905. Court Directory County court meets at Jackson the first Monday in February, May, August and November. Probate court meets at Jackson the second Monday in February, May, August and November. Circuit court meets at Jackson the first Monday in January, May and the third Monday in August. Common pleas court meets at Capo Girardeau the fourth Mon day in January, May and September. Frisco System. TRAINS DKl'ART. Xu. 22 Daily for Ste. (i nci-ve, St. Mary's, St. Louis and intermediate points, 5:00 a. m. No. 12 Daily for Ste. Cenevieve, St. Mary's. St. Louis and intermediate points, 12:1.') p. in. No. 11 Daily for Memphis, Tetin., CarutliersvillH, Sikeston and int.cr mediste Kintn. :X p. in. No. Ill Daily for I'.Iootnfield, pux Ico, Poplar Jilulf, Niiylor, Poca hontas, Walnut Ridge, Ilnxie and Delta, 1 :4.1 p. m. No. 10" Daily except Sunday for Delta, Rlooinlield, Tuskee and inter mediate points. ti:.'ifl a. m. No. 211 Daily for Commerce, lien ton, Morley, Morehouse, Maiden. Bennett, Leachville, 2:10 p. in. No. 2J3 Daily for Thebes and Chicago, 1:20 p. in. TRAINS ARRIVE. No. 21 Daily from St. Louis. St. Mary's and Ste. Genevieve. 10:00 p.m. No. 11 Daily from St. Louis, St. Mary's and Stc. (Jenevieve, 1:1" p. m. No. 12 Daily from Memphis, Term., Caruthcrsville, Sikeston and inter mediate points, 11:55 a. in. No. 112 Dally from lloxle. Walnut Ridge, Pocahontas, Naylor. Poplar lilutr, Puxioo, Itloomlleld 'and Delta, 12:10 p.m. No. 108 Dail7 except Sunday from Taskee, Rlosmgeld, Delta and inter mediate (joints, 5:15 p. m. No. 212 Daily from Leachville, Kennett, Maiden, Morehouse, Mor ley, Commerce and llcntmi. ll:H5 a. in. No. 214 Daily from Chieaggo and Thles, S:25 p. in, liRYAN SNYDER, , General Passenger Agent. J. I'. NKAL, Ticket Agent. D. E. SAWYER, VETERINARIAN, i JACKSON, - - MO. Orren Wilson, Attorney at Law AND Notary Public. Collections a Specialty. Cape (llrardeiiii. Mo. EDW. D. II AYS, Attorney at Law AND Notary Public. Omen- Opiosite Central Hotel JACKSON, MO. Miss. Agnes Westley 616 Weils Street -Marinette.Wis 816 WelU Street, Marinette, Wis., Sept. 25, 1903. I was all run down from nervom nen and overwork and had to resign my position and take a rest. I found that I waa not gaining my strength and health as fast as I could wibIi, and as your Wine of Cardui was recommended as such a good medicine for the ills of our ex, I bought a bottle and began using it. 1 was satisfied with the results from the use of the first bottle, and took three more and then found I was restored to good health and strength and able to take up my work with renewed vigor. I consider it a fine tonic and excellent for worn-out, nervous condition, and am pleased to endorse it. AGNES WESTLEY, wT, North WlK'oniln HolUnd Soototy. Secure a $1.00 bottle of Wine of Cardui and a 25c. package of Thedford's Black-Draught today. WINE OF, CARDUI Sam Vand ivort Com piles Abstracts of Titlos from the only net of Abstract Hooks in the County. Your business will be given care ful attention : : : : : : : : Jackson, Missouri. H. S. WOLTEK, DKAl.KIl IN 1 HARDWARE, TINWARE," STOVES. Roofing and Guttering a Specialty. C.ill on him when in need of any thing in his line, lie will treat you right. JACKSON, MISSOURI. Dr. J. L. Jenkins RESIDENT DENTIST Jackson, Missouri Over SrliarfVr'f Stor e. Gold l-'lllingH, Silver Fillings. Op niont FillingH. Artillcfal Tetli. Teeth cleaned. l'lates repaired. Painless Kxtr.iction free when Tiates are wanted. I visit Oak Ilidgethe oecond Mon day of each month, and the day fol lowing (Tuesday), Pocahontas. Dr. 1 A. Geeslin, (Successor to Dr. 1 M. (ieeslUi) OSTEOPATHY, MEDI CINE AND SURGERY. Chronic Diseases a Specialty. tllllce, 2d doornoitli postoftlce, npstaits Telephone, 4. CONSULTATION FREE. Dr. C. V. Alsop, Resided Dentist. Yj' , .m iinHCVT I', xi' h ii line Dentistry Practiced in All Its p.rnnchcH. Olllee nlione 17.s; Iiesidenco 78 A naestliet ics for the painless ex traction of teelh used if desired. Kxiiininnlii.il and consultation free. All the work js done in my olllee; none of it, is sent away. Satisfaction guaranteed. Refer ences cheerfully given. MISSOURI. DR. 0. S. HENDERSON, Resident Dentist. JACKSON. ft immm Okkkk On South !Hiirh Street over Cape County Savings Jlank, Jackson, Missouri. Olllee nhone. AND OTHER PRIZES AMOUNTING TO OVER $20,000 To the Persons. Old or Young, Constructing the Most Words out of the Letters in the Word "LOMBARD" "Lad," "mad" and "ram" are words which you can see at a glance, can be formed from those letters, and there are a good many more. We take this novel method of advertising our "Lombard" piano, giving the piano and other prizes absolutely frtC to the jier sons constructing the most words from the letters in the word "Lombard." f C0StS not 8 Cent In 2ny way to enter this contest. The contest will be aiisoi.i'tf.ly fair. The larg est list of correct words will get the piano. The sec ond largest the second prize, etc. Our reputation is at stake and we give contestants every opiortunity to investigate the results. Here is a letter from the winner of the piano in our last contest: C antom. III., th-cember Id, law.- CiALtsru RO Piano Cn , (iiilrslmm, 111. icntlrniiMi: The bcmiiif ul phi no won l,v me In your word context wu re celved Ort. 44, 1W4. riei. nTi'it. mir thank for nbiiip. I wu nut arquMnted with nny nienilMT nf your tirrn.cir inr mm wlm work far yon, wlilch unvn therp win tin f v.irltlsm, mill Unit tint enntett wiiV niiulii. ti-d with nhmilutn falr licsMB.nl himf.ty. Ki-iii-i tfully your-. ... . , , Kanny K. Hiikrwood, 544 AmlorKiin IMner. tntin. III. It is instructive and entertaining to hunt out the words, 'and the list f)f prizes is inspiring. You can not fail to win one if you make an honest effort. LIST OF PRIZES. 1st Prize an elegant upright Lombard Piano, worth 1350. . . : ; , , '2nd Prize a $'200 Certificate, good to apply on purchase of a Lombard Piano'. . . . . . . . . . . . . . '. . . 3rd Prize a Si 50 Certificate, good to apply on purchase of a Lombard Piano . 4th Prizes, 2 Certificates fur S100 each, good to apply on purchase of a Lombard Piano. fth Prizes, 5 Certificates for $75 each, good to apply on purchase of a Lombard Piano. .'. lith Prizes, 10 Certificates for $50 each, good to apply on purchase of a Iomhard Piano 7th Prizes, '20 Certificates for $40 each, good to apply on purchase of a Lombard Piano . . . , Sth Prizes, 30 Certificates for $35 each, good to apply on purchase of a Lombard Piano. ..... . 5th Prizes, 50 Certificates for $30 each, good to apply on purchase of a Lombard'Piairo. . . . . 10th Prizes, '200 Certificates for $25 each, good to apply on purchase of a lAimbard Piano. . . . 11th Prizes, 500 Certificates for $20 each, good to apply on purchase of a Lombard Piano. ... . 820 prizes for 820 people, aggregating. $ 350 200 150 200 875 500 800 1050 1500 5000 10000 w$'201'25 If you want a piano this is a golden opportunity to get one free, or a large payment free. These cer tificates are worth their face as a cash payment on a Lombard piano with any of our dealers. We redeem these certificates from them at their full face, and therefore they are good as so much cash to them. The wholesale prices have not been changed to the dealers, so they will sell you a Lombard piano just as close as they ever could, and your certificate will be just so much cash. This is an absolutely fair contest in which the contestants get the benefit, and the manufacturers get the InMiefit of the greatest adver tisement ever given a piano. Eight .hundred and twenty people will receive prizes in this grand contest without investing a cent or buying anything. All that is required is a little patient work. Ask the dealer whose name is in this ad to show you a Lombard, or send direct to the (Jalesburg Piano Co., (ialesburg, 111., for a catalogue of one of the most artistic and reliable pianos made. A handsome, durable, full size, upright, grand instrument, with a soft, clear, ringing tone that stamps its individuality and fitness for the home of refinement and culture. You can arrange for time on the piano, either monthly payments, or any way to fit your necessities, by paying 0 per cent, interest. If you will try and win one of those certificates it -can be applied as a first payment and the balance you can arrange to pay as you desire. If you want a piano at onc you can buy a Lom bard of your dealer, and then when the award is made, if you win a certificate you can apply the name on your contract if it remains upaid, or if you paid for the piano the dealer will redeem your certificate in cash. If you win a certificate you are not com piled to use it. It is optional with you, but it is no value except to apply on the purchase of a Lombard piano, or on one you have purchased during this contest. RULES OF THE GONTEST. 1st. Any boy or girl, or person of any age, who wants a uiano, is eligible to compete in this contest, except persons connected with the Galesburg Piano Co. 2nd. The purpose is to form the most words from combinations of the seven letters in the word "Lombard," using no letter in any word more times than it occurs in the word "Lombard-," and using no letter that does not occur in that word. 3rd. Webster's dictionary is authority. Any word found in his "Dictionary of the English Lan guage" or supplement to same may be used, and no others. Foreign words and phrases and slang are excluded unless adopted by We)ster. Hiographical, geographical and other appendix words are excluded. 4th. Words may be used in both the plural and singular forms, and in all the tenses. Any different spelling, even of the same word, is counted as another word. Hut different meanings with the same spelling cannot bo used more t han once. Thus, where the ' same spelling is used in the form of a noun and verb tr an adjective, it may be used only once. The test is to see how many different combinations of letters, each being a legitimate word, can be formed from the letters in the word "Lombard." 5th. Tin most complete or largest list will take the first prize. Should there be two equally complete then neatness and manner of arrangement will be considered in deciding which is the best list. And so on with second and third prizes. ith. Lists should be arranged alphabetically. (Jive all .the words found beginning with "a," then with "b" and so on. And number each word. 7th. He sure and pay full postage on your list. It takes 2c for each ounce or fraction thereof. Sign your name and address PLAINLY. And address your envelope to "Contest Department," (ialesburg, Piano Co., (Jalesburg, 111. 8th. The contest closes Oct. 1, 10,05, and each contestant will be notified of the result and prize won within fifteen days thereafter. It will require from one to two weeks to examine the jiapers. 0th. All lists should be mailed to reach us by Oct. 1, and must be mailed not later than Sept. 30. Any list bearing a postmark later than Sept. 30, 1005, will not be entered. Our reputation for fairness and honorabe dealing is a guarantee to each contestant that exact justice will control the contest. The doubting are respectfully referred to any bank in (Jalesburg, or any of its business men or citizens. SPFRIfll flFFPR" If J'011 want a lia" at once, purchase a Lomliard of your dealer and any prize l-UIMI Urr&alla you get in this contest will be credited on your contract if you buy on time, or if you pay him cash he will pay you the face of the certificate in cash. This certificate is worth its face in cash to your dealer, so that he will gladly do this. (Jo into this contest and have a Lombard Piano, the Peerless Parlor (JALKSHl!l(J PIAXO CO., (Jalesburg, 111 THE LOMBARD PIANO For sale by THE JACKSON HERALD, B. F. LUSK, EDITOR JACKSON, MISSOURI. 172; residence, 17?.