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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 22 June 1905

Gam Law. The following extract from' the game and fish law will be of in tereet to all those who huntt . The ruling of this office, there fore, under this law, is, that all resident persons hunting in this sstate, or, before hunting in any county in the state, including his own, shall first apply to the coun ty clerk of his county, and pro cure a state" license, which per mits him to hunt anywhere in the state of Missouri. The only ex emption, under the law, from ob taining license, is in favor of the owner of farm lands, or tenants residing thereon, who may hunt upon hh own or leased lands, without procuring any license whatever; provided, of course, such owner or tenant only kills game on his own, or leased lands, within the open season for killing such game, but has no right to hunt upon the lands of any other person; nor can such right be acquired without taking out state license in his county. Respectfully, J. H. Kodes, State Game and Fish Warden. St. Louis Live Stock Market Th...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 22 June 1905

Dental Notice. t 1 1 . - J -v I. Ridge as a RESIDENT DENTIST. Will practice dentistry in all its branches. Examination and con sultation free. Office at Central hotel. Dr. .losK.ru H. Howard. Cape Girardeau & Chestei R. R. Co. Time Card. Siil'TH H(i'M. N.i. 1 Nil :i Oak Ki.liie :M ' ll.'K" :t in !c:luinns i47 lt.1."i Kruiti.ihii : n. -j: .i.ioK-n :.r. 11.4.1 ( '.ij i- i t..i .ii A r "".i"! 1. 0- pin V-K I'll N 1 V. Nn. I (.ip.'.i l.i: b-:i:i l.v ..5n ;iui 4 1 ' 1 1 1 . hi . . ' ' I'". 4 1 I riiii' i! .1 '..J'. .. l't I'm- il,ii!,!:i . '' ".ii" ( i .k K I.. i ". '.ii Doctors O'ganize Against Debt ors. In "lie of my papers 1 find physicians determine to not lie imposed on by persons who nog Kv t t'i pay doctor bills. In St. Luis and in other parts uf Mis .viuri: a!" in other states physi-( cians and urrenns have organ ized a pl'.ysician society, which will have ;" r its object the pro tection of the members against the pers n- who fail to pay their bills for m-dioal and surreal at...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 29 June 1905

JACKSON, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JUNE 29, 1005. NO. 33 Go to Klein's for Buggies, Road and Bike Wagons, Surries, Saddles, Harness Whips, Etc., Etc. VOL. VIII. mi rirrrrrrrrrvrrrrriivri LOCALS Wheat 90c to-day. There was a special term of the county court Monday. For fine buggies, see Wolter. Miss Gubta Woods of Leemon was in Jackson Tuesday. A. J. Smith of Arbor made us a pleasant call Monday. Cigars, best quality, at Trick ey's drug store. Chas. Kiehne of Oordonville made us a pleasant call last Sat day. For Sale A good fire-proof safe. Apply at this office. There will be an ioe cream sup per at the residence of W. S. Wilkinson on Saturday night, July 1st. For Sale A good second-hand organ. Apply at this office. Dr. R. T. Henderson moved into the Judge Joseph Koehler property this week and Dr. B. W. Hays of Oordonville has moved into the property vacated by Dr. Henderson. Klein's is the place for wagon and buggy harness and saddles. O. O. Nance, son of our old friend Wesley Nance of Ja...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 29 June 1905

) Jackson Herald. HBrtTBLlCAN 1J POLITIC. B. F. LUSK lTBLlBHEH tnttrte at tli postoflW at JaeKtnti, Mo. at cond-flatt niiur Novrmbrr 4. IN.. Term for tbe Herald are as fol low: For one year -00 li month oo Three month 30 mourn! obp Ij; Efwldrar Apvektimno Rates: Locals 6c per line each Inoertlon. Trofwlnnal Card 5 per year. Legal Advertise ment legal ratei. lliaplay ad rates made known on application. A good citizen is one who looks to the welfare of his neighbor as well as his own. Laws are only made for the few. and if not enforced on these few thev are worthless. The people elect officers to ex ecute or enterpret the law, and if an officer fails in these duties, then the people should elect new officers when the time comes. The water and light proposi tion carried as we thought it would almost unanimous. W'e will not carry the court house proposition with so big a majori ty, but we will carry it. We will carry it at least 3 to 1. Mark our predictions. The people who have money an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 29 June 1905

Torture of a Preacher. The Btory of the torture of the Rev. O. D. Moore, pastor of the Baptist church of Harpersville, N. J., will interest you. He says: "I suffered agonies, because, of a persistent cough, resulting from the grip. I had to sleep sitting up in bed. I tried many remedies without relief until I took Dr. King's New Discovery for con- sumption, coughs and colds, which entirely cured my cough and saved me from coneurap , tion."' A grand cure for dis eased conditions of Throat and Xungs. Price 60c and SI, guar anteed. Trial bottle free. For eal by DR. 8. E. WOODS, the druggist. Tom Watson's Magazine. the question must be discussed. "Public control" will undoubted ly be tested thoroughly first, and if it works' satisfactorily the "public ownership" feature will be dropped. But if "control" should fail "ownership" will in evitably be the next step. Ac cordingly, to help in an educa tional way, the Herald has ar ranged a clubbing combination whereby our readers may renew for...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 29 June 1905

Dental Notice. I have located in Oak Ridge a a a RESIDENT DENTIST. Will practice dentistry in all its branches. Examination and con sultation free. Office at Central hotel. Dr. Joseph H. Howard. Cape Girardeau A Chcatei R. R. Co. Time Card. SOfTH HOC NO. No. 1 No .1 Oak Ridge 3d 11.00 am Pocahontas 0.47 ll.l.t Frultland 7 02 11.2 Jackson 7.1 11.40 Cape Olmrde.iu Ar 8.00 12 2t pm. NORTH HOt'M P. 1 No. 2 No. 4 Cape G'rardcau Lv 8.30 ni 4 oo pin. Jackson U.iVi 4.43 Truitland 9.2 .1 10 rocahontn :v .V:U Oak Ridue 9..V) 6 .V) , ton, and the next day, if there is III Mad rhase. a Utte dent tnere the horn ia . Millions rush in mad chase af-1 dead; if not, put on a little more, ter health from one extreme of but not too much so the fluid runs addism to another, when, if they down as it will take the hair off would only eat good food, and where it goes. W. H. B., Con ikeep their bowels regular with cordia, Mo. Dr. King's New Life Pills their troubles would all pass away. iPrompt relief and q...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 6 July 1905

Tme JAGKN MEBSAILID). VOL. VIII. JACKSON, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JULY 6, 1905. NO. 34 Go to Klein's ,for Buggies, Road and Bike Wagons, 5urries, Saddles, Harness Whips, Etc., Etc. JACKSON STORE CO., Jackson,Mo., beginning Friday, July 14 nnRCCTC We liave thrown UUnac I a another big lot of of those It Corsets on our bar gain counter at 2 each MILLINERY GOODS The (roods In this department are being cleaned up at one half price for any goods. JACKSON STORE CO., Jackson, Mo., closing Saturday, July 29 LHVC nv We've a large assortment of Ladles', MisseVand Children' Laee Strlc Hose ' worth 25c, sale 19-' GREAT Without a doubt this is the sale to which hundreds have been looking forward and you will not be disappointed.' Come and get your share of the bargains FROU FRIDAY, JULY 14, TO SATURDAY, JULY 29, 1905. flarvelous Clearing of Dress Goods. CLEARING ALL THE LAWNS Our Lawns must go and not a yard he lett. SHIRT WAIST SUITINGS 3,000 yards good colors and good patterns worth from 10c to 35...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 6 July 1905

Jackson Herald. MtrrPUCAN IH POLITICS. B. F. LVPK PVBL18HEK Rntrec at th poetolBr a Jackson, Mo. as coad-claaa nittfr November 4. 1W7. Term for the Hkrald are as fob For one year... Six month 9" Three month M CBct Bealdeoce. 14C 142 Adykrtimno Rate: Locals c rer line each insertion. Professional Card 5 per year. Legal Advertise ment leftal rate. IMnplay ud rates made known on application. The supreme court thinks the law should be enforced at Delmar garden, and that the bookmakers should be properly dealt with. We need no compliments for our opinion of enforcing the law. We always have been and hope always will be for the enforce ment of all laws on our statute books regardless of "whom it pun ishes or who enforces it. Now since the water works proposition has carried we be lieve it would be to the interest of the city to spend a few hun dred dollars and try to get an artesian well, and thereby get good pure water for all purposes. Of the fourteen doctors we mentioned in last week's...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 6 July 1905

Cr up Is a violent inflamation of the mucus membrane of the wind pipe, which sometimes extends to the larynx and bronchial tubes ; and is one of the most dangerous diseases of children. It almost always comes on in the night. Give frequent small doses of Bal lard's Horehound Syrup and ap ply Ballard's Snow Liniment ex ternally to the throat. 25c, 60c, 11.00. 8old by DR. 8. E. WOODS, druggist. CLOSES RIVER GAP. COTTON KELT'S NEW BRI IM,E COMPLETES STEEL HIGH WAY TO THE SOUTH WEST. OPENED TO TRAFFIC APRIL lx. All Cotton Belt Route trains be tween St. Louis mid the scut h went now ii -t: the new steel bridge across the Mississippi river at Thebes, HI., doing away with '.he ferry transfer and shortening schedules an hour. The Cotton lielt has the line of lowest grades, fewest curves and one 'if the smoothest tracks between St. Louis and the southwest. The new bridge adds to the facili ties In reaching the country of mild climate and cheap homes Arkansas, Louisiana and Texas. Write for l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 6 July 1905

feuy Amcrlcin Shoes. Within a year the l'nite.1 States has old JM..? palm of shoes to British subjects Cheerfully Keconuneiitletl for Kite nnmt ism. O. G. Higbee, Danville, Ills., writes. Dec. 2. 1001 : "About two years ago 1 was laid up for four months with rheumatism. I tried Ballard's Snow Liniment; one buttle cured me. I can cheer fully recommend it to all suffer ing from like affliction." 25c, 50c, $1.00. For sale by DR. S. K. WOODS, druggist. Marriage Licenses. O. K. Kggimann and Matilda Keller. W. J. Henry and Rosa Casner. Chas. Tidwell and Maggie L. Sullenger. G. A. White and Susan Cook. OFKICK: iirtliw'!tCor. I'utilti- !iiiiirc PIIOXKH: Iteftlclrlll'l-1:1.1 otllte - 10 D. E. SAWYER VETERINARIAN, JACKSON, MO. WlST S1DIS BARBERSHOP Hot and Cold Baths GEO. BELMAK, Prop., Jackson, : : Missouri. One n Wilson, Attorney at Law AND Notary Public. Collections a Specialty, i'ape Girardeau, Mo. Baseball riayersami Foot Racers! Louis J. Kruger, ex-champion long distance foot racer of G...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 13 July 1905

VOL. VIII. JACKSON, MISSOURI THURSDAY, JULY 13, 190.". NO. 35 Go to Klein's for Buggies, Road and Bike Wagons, Surries, Saddles, Harness Whips, Etc., Etc. AA fill FlW flvfl Wo MM h JJ nilR RIIYFR tt5i?s: KMlim - J Has just returned irum the Market, where he met several uirents of the largett mills in the United Stated. Because it was late in the Season they closed out an Knormous Lot of Loom Knds at considerably less than the cost of manufacture. Kvery Factory and Mill in the man ufacture of their product accumulate short ends from the looms, one-half to 10 yards in lenjjth. These short ends are laid aside until the end of the weaving season, then they are tied up in great bundles and disposed of by weight so much for a hundred pounds, instead of so much a yard, the price always iBRieiixe being less than than the actual cost 'of the raw ma terial they are made from. Loom ends accumulate in all Mills, therefore careful, hard-working buyers can secure loom ends of every conceivable ki...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 13 July 1905

Jackson Herald. B. F. LUPK ltBUSHER tetrrr at tti potofllr JwHwik Mo. ft poBl-cl mattr NoTmbrr i. 1W7. Term tor tbe nRAU are asfol- !. ; Sli months n.. mnnlVil tBr Ktwldrac. . 14 142 Apvbbtimno Ratk: Local c per line each insertion. Professional Card 6 per year. Leftal Advertise ment lepal rate. Display ad rates made known on application. JACKSON. MO., JTLY 13. 1905. Directory of County Officer. Fred. E. Hie... Hernhard Meckel. l L. rant .1. K. Schmuke J. W. Miller . . .representative Sheriff Collector Circuit Clerk County Clerk C. H. Iaues. . .lrosecutinf Attorney .Too G. Futi Treasurer J. K. Caldwell Assessor J. 1"). Porterfield Oomrner J. F. McLain Surveyor l.B. Miller Probate Judge B. F. Paris Common Fleas Jud(re H. C. Cracraft rresidinjr Judjre Ja. A. Bowers Associate Judge, 1st District L. F. Klosterman Assistant Judge 2nd Pistrict C. A. M acorn County School Superintendent Extremists are neither good to irake nor enforce a law. As usual, our legislators made worse game, schoo...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 13 July 1905

ft 8 8 8 ' 8 8 i 5 5 5 1 ffYTrTBTP LOCALS Wheat 90c to-day. Mrs. Jake Masters is quite sick. Mrs. Albert Mueller is on the sick list. Read the article on ','That Watch of Yours." The old Presbyterian church is being torn down. See us if you want a piano,, Geo. Kaufman is now living in his new house in West Jackson. For bargains in real estate see R. M. Sawyer, west side public square. Our first term of federal court will be held at Cape Girardeau in October. Cigars, best quality, at Trick ey's drug store. Sheriff Gockel and Prosecuting Attorney Daues went to the Cape Tuesday. Miss Pearl Stafford, telegraph operator here, is visiting in Charleston. For Sale A good second-hand organ. Apply at this office. J. W. Clodfelter and family of Sikeston are visiting Mr. Clod felter's parents of this city. Rev. 8. W. Emory presiding elder ol west Plains aisinci was visiting in Jackson this week. Klein's is the place for wagon and buggy harness and saddles. J. C. Clippard has sold his res idence...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 13 July 1905

Notice. l"ier'ns knowing tlitm in.lelnei.l t.i tht undor- All wives nijjned either by nte it account, will favor u by immediate settle ment. All accounts running upaul August 10. 1.V. will be placed with an attorney fur collection. .1. L. Morton & Co., 7-2t Fruitlan l. Mo. From Tilsit. To the Public. We have repeatedly asked saloon keepers of .lacks. in t' sell intoxicating lioU'T t father. Sam Crump, and persist in !o doing. Wt the nt our they warn all concerned nut t' sell r give Sam Crump any intoxicating iii(iiors under penalty of being prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. S. V. C'RVMI. 7-20 lmlietini Tht? articles from Tilsit are scarce in the Hkrai.D, so will come again. Tilsit is regarded as a small place. Of course it in not a great commercial center nor a king's palace, yet it ia our aim and desire to be recognized and to appear in rank with our neighboring towns. The 4th passed of quietly. We had the pleasure to enjoy three picnics in the Tilsit vicinity. The L...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 20 July 1905

THE JACN DUEGgALlD), V VOL. VIII. JACKSON, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JULY 20, 1905. ISO. 30 do to Klein's for Buggies, Road and Bike Wagons, Surries, Saddles, Harness Whips, Etc., Etc. mm A A in JJU .lJi juiJl Ju n iii i i i i i u uuu u 1 SUGAR DAY. For Friday only we will sell 18 pounds of the Best Granulated Sugar for $1.00. This will not be extended, but means for Friday only. BBBIBHEFH SUGAR DAY. For Friday only we will sell 18 pounds of the Best Granulated Sugar for $1.00. This will not be extended, but means for Friday only. Some stores have but one idea to sell. We have two to sell and satisfy. We do both. The Quality of our goods is remembered long after the price is forgotten. Our many pleased customers know this. We simply want to emphasize it that's all. So please remember that quality is the key-note of this sale. We guaranteee every bargain to be exactly as represented. If you are dissatisfied with any purchase we will cheerfully refund you your money. It's the goods ! It's t...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 20 July 1905

Jackson Herald. RrrrBUCx? m rotrnrf. B. F. LUSK llBUcnKR Itlrtft at the poetofllr at Jark.or,. Mo. M oocd-riea matter NoTrror-er l"'. Term tor the Herald are afol- ,f,w": uno For one year J Sii mcnth n Three month JU op fceftdeare. 14 142 Apvibtimno Bateb: Locals 6c rer line each insertioo. Professional Card 6 per year. Legal Advertise-ment-lepal rate. Pisr'y d rate made known on application. JACKSON. MO., JI'LY 20. 1905 DIRECTORY. (t'fXTY P1BKCTOKY. ilenresentative Bernhard (iookel .;,,p"t C L. (irant (,1ft",r .1. K. Schmuke Circuit I erk .1 W. Miller County ( lerk C H. Inues. . .ITosecuting Attorney .InoG. rut Treasurer .1. K. IVtldwell Assessor .1. 1. Porterfleld Ororner .1. F. McLain Surveyor J.B. Miller Vrohate Judge B. F. Pavi Common Flea Judge G K. Chappell.. Common I'leas Clerk H. C Craeraft Presiding Judge Us a Ri.wpm Fred. .'....Associate Judge, 1st IMstrict L. F. Klosterman , Aasistaut Judge 2nd District f A Mainm County School Superintendent CITY DIRECTORY. Mau.r Edw. P....

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 20 July 1905

TIVBIIBIBBItSIl IWTrdOTQ i LOCALS 3 JUUUUUUUML8JULQ. II B 8 8 8 9 6 ftjU Wheat 85c to-day. Bee ue if you want a piano. Born, to Chas. Hoeckle and wife, on Monday, a boy. Dreed making at Morgan 8is tere'. J. E. Bchmuke, circuit clerk, went to St. Louie yesterday. If you need a piano, let us fig ure with you. Mrs. Ella Bates of Texas is visiting relatives in this county. Don't fail to take part in our piano contest. Miss Clara Mueller will give a lawn party to her friends at her home this week. Cigars, beet quality, at Trick ey's drug store. Mies Retta Statlerof Oak Ridge is visiting Miss Bernice Williams of Jackson this week. Our Lombard piano contest closes September 30, 1905. The Jackson guards got home from the encampment at St. Joseph, Tuesday. For Sale A good second-hand organ. Apply at this office. Mrs. T. C. Moss and youngest daughter, Bessie, are visiting the family of Carl Wallace of Jack son. Klein's is the place for wagon and buggy harness and saddles. The Ladies' Aid of t...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 20 July 1905

MjrrUge Licenses. A. .1. LaRose and Kthel H. llondle; Roy Pritchett and Johan nie Lewis. Cheerfully Recommended for Rheumatism. O. O. Higbee, Danville, Ills., writes, Dec. 2, 1901: "About two years ago I was laid up for four months with rheumatism. I tried Ballard's Snow Liniment; one bottle cured me. I can cheer fully reoommend it to all suffer ing from like affliction." 2iic, 50c. ?1.00. For sale by DR. S. :. WOODS, druircist. Bismarck Seeks Sanitarium. Card of Thanks. Mr. and Mrs. Henry W. Putz of Pocahontas desire to thank all those that assisted them during the illness and death of their son Fred. THIS AND THAT. Striking an average of the who) Orange Niver colony, land valnsi hav doubled since the war. An nutonuiliilt' pi.stnl wn ice u be ing introiluceil in I inly between place ilint are not (inuiecletl by rail. I'l.ibnrflicly mintii! mxl mounted ii!i -ilvcr fitting- mi I rMi jaunting cur i- being made in Dublin for a IVojs toi millionaire. Arrangements are bring made in Herli...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 27 July 1905

1ME VOL. VIII. A ACKSOK, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JULY 27, 1905. PsO. 37 Oo to Klein's for ' Buggies, Road and Bike Wagons, Surries, Saddles, Harness Whips, Etc., Etc. ST6 B B B 8 B B TffT SVVTSTSm fe I OCAvLS Wheat 8.V to-day. There will be a picnic at Delta July 29. See U9 if you want a piano. J. II. Schaefer of Appleton wa9 in Jackson last week. DresJ making at Morgan Sis ters'. The colored folks will have a picnic on August 4 at Delta. If you need a piano, lot us fig ure with you. Jacob Eggimann of Dutchtown made us a visit last Thursday. Don't fail to take part in our piano contest. Mrs. Emma Camp of Fulton, Mo,, is visiting relatives in Jack son. Cigars, best quality, at Trick ey's drug store. The heaTy rains last Thursday washed away many bridges in this county.. Our Lombard piano contest closes September 30, 1905. J. E. Buckhannan of St. Louis is visiting relatives in this county this week. i ' ' For Sale A good second-hand organ. Apply at this office. The Oak Ridge bank will ope...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 27 July 1905

Jackson Herald. REPUBLICAN IS rOUTlCS. B. F. Lt'SK ITBLIfWKH Kntre at the poatoflW at JarKtnn, Mo. I road-rlaa. matter November 4. Term for the Herald are asfol 'own: Tor one Tear 11.00 Sii month 0 Three month 30 o- ftMldeac. 140 142 Aivetimno Batkb: Locals 6c per lloe ech insertioo. Professional Card $6 per year. Legal AdTertiae nenu legal ratea. Display J made known on application. DIRECTORY. OOCXTT DIBECTOBY. Fred. E. Hie ReprcsentatlTe Hernhard Gockel Sheriff V. L. Grant Collector 3. E. Schmuke Circuit Clerk J. W. Miller County Clerk C. H. Pnuea... Prosecuting Attorney JnoG. Putt Treasurer J. F. Cldwell Assessor J. P. Porterfield Cororner J. F. McLain Surveyor J.B. Miller Probate Judfre B F. PaTii Common Pica Judge G. E. Chappell.. Common Plea Clerk H. C. Cracraft Presiding Judge J as. A. Bower Associate Judge, ltt District L. F. Klodterman Assistant Judge 2nd District C. A. Macom County School Superintendent CITT DIRECTORY. Mavor F,dw. P. Hays 1 . , . I Henry uocnei ,l.tWard EG...

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