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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 17 August 1905

JacksSn Herald, THE VOL. VIII. JACKSON, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, AUGUST 17, 1905. NO. 40 Go to Klein's for Buggies, Road and Bike Watfons, Surries, Saddles, Harness Whips, Etc., Etc. v 1 3 LOCALS Wheat 78o to-day. Linus Sanford, Jr., is home on a visit. Jack Portia of Lutesville was in Jackson Sunday. 8. B. Holcomb of Bloomfield was in town Sunday. Cigars, best quality, at Trick ey's drug store. Frederick Hahs of Daisy was in Jackson Monday. The board of health of Poplar Bluff has ordered the city quar antined. For good fresh candies call at W. A. Trie-key's drug store. Read the article headed, "The Need of a New Court House," and then vote for the proposition. At the revival meeting held at Bloomfield conducted by A. R. Sitton, over 200 have been con verted. Ada Sehude was 10 years old last Tuesday and she gave a birthday party. All present had a good time. Mrs. R. M. Sawyer and father, .1. C. Wallace, and .1. .1. Woods of Leemon left Monday for a week's visit at Mountain View, Mo. For ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 17 August 1905

Jackson Herald. KftrVBLICAN IN TOL1TH5. B. F. Lt'SK. .. l'VKUMlEll Fitrrc lit 1 ! riit'flW t J ! "Ii; .-. ii.1-cIb tr.Kttrr Nevetr.r'r 4. lf, Mo. Terms for the Hekalp are asfnl- For one yrar. . Six month Three month ofrw 11.00 .SO . .30 .. 14) .. 14 J APvtRTisiNo Rates: Locals tc per line eneh insertion. Professional Card 5 per ear. Lim1 Advertise-mentn-lepal rate. 1 i play ad rates tuade known on applieatioii. SUPPORT SCOTT S EMULSION wrvtt u bridge to carry tht wckcnd and lUrvcd lyiUm along until It can find firm mpport In ordinary food. Send lor free ttmpla. SCOTT ft HOW N K. ChmlM, 409-41 l'crl Slrfet, Nw York. ', NOTICE OF SPECIAL ELEC ; TION. '! State of Missouri. I Coiintv of Cape (iirardeau. ( I I May Term, litofl. 1 1 In tlit' County Court of said Coiintv, I on tlit fourth day of May. l!HVi. tlic j following, anion,; other proeeediiiK, I were liail, viz.: II Now. at this time, it Vieintr the n'u' j'lnr May term, ltto.". of tin- County I Court of Cape lilrardeau County, Mis ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 17 August 1905

Jackson Herald. REPUBLICAN IN POLITICS. B. F. LUSK PUBLIHHKK Entered at the poetofHre at Jackson. Mo 41 second-class matter November 4, 1SV7. Termi for the IIkkald are an fol ow: For one year 1. no 61i months r Three months :w linMU! oc Kaaidence Advbbtirino Rates: Locals Be rr line piu-.h Intiertlon. ProfaHnlonal Card $5 per year. Leffill Advertise mentslegal rates. DlHplay ad rates made known on application. JACKSON, MO., AUGUST 17. 1905 urea aiaai mnmi VEKY LOW RATES TO PORTLAND AND NORTH PACIFIC COAST POINTS and return, via IRON MOUNTAIN AND MISSOURI PACIFIC Tickets on sale May 23rd to September 30th, iinal re turn limit of ninety days,! not exceeding November 30th. Liberal stop-overs both ways. For full information ad dress P. W. Wright, Traveling Passenger Agent, St. Louis, Mo. m m M m Jackson Branch, Iron Mountain. (Joint; South. Golne North. Leaves. Arrives. STATIONS. Frelrht..!'assnfrr. Iaii(rr- Krelirlit. Fassnjrr. Passngr No. 01. No. :t. No. 41. No. BO. No. SS. No. 40. Ja...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 17 August 1905

DARKEST DV H BAIT. N Cop;rt(bt 1M4 by 8tr- in kpiie of every effort, no word uf , the fuu of Olga had leached them, and Ivan mat In an aony of appreben- ; He D regarding ner. bui hup u uunm consoled him. He knew thst the lis rcneaa von Rhlneberg wculd do every thing In her power to mitigate the tuff, rings of the unhappy girl, and he knew, too, that he would certainly hear dome newn as oon as any In for mal Ion of bis location could reach the baroness If It ever did. Rumors of Ilda's comparatively hap py lot In the Ispravnik's house at Strsletisk had reached them, and had relieved them of apprehension as to her whereabouts and condition. As long as she was so near and until some word was heard regarding Olga. they determined to make no ffort to escape. The time they remained they felt was not wasted, for Alexis was convinced that Cobb wns rot Idle, and that be would soon get tidings from bis friend. Matters were In this condition when an event occurred which changed the whole aspect...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 17 August 1905

TKITKTEK'S SALK OK HEAL ES TATE II Y SHERIFF. Wliprena, n the 22nd tiny of May, 1HH7. W. (r. Thump m nd Silironla Ttintiipsdii, liimhand and wife, by their certain deed of trust, recorded in bonk "V." piitfo 2H", In the land record- of Cfipe liirardean county, Missouri, i-onveyed to .InRi'pl) Koeh ler, truBtee, the following dwrlbed real estate, niluate, lylnjr and belli; In the county of C'api Girardeau and Htate of MisHourl, tu-wlt: I'nmmencinu; at the . E. corner of lot 2 on the north botituiiirv Hoc of 1'eter Kryts', survey No. 2235, 1 40 chains from the N. K. corner of sale tturvey No. 22:iT from which a white oak 20 I nclien In diameter benrs Mouth 40 detf. went 70 Iks. run north Kl (li'tr. W. on line between survey No. 22:15 dnd H10, tp. ai, r. 11 E. 19 to chains to the norttiwext corner of khI(I lot No. 2 from which a white oak 20 inchex In diameter bear xouth K2 ilex. K. 20 Iks. and a Kiim 20 inches in diameter bears N. de. W. :W Iks., thence S. 24 detf, W. 31. 13 chains on...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 17 August 1905

The Need of a New Court House. On Saturday. August 2ith. tin voter of Cape county will be c.illed upon to decide whether they will sanction the issuance of $7o,X bonds for the purpose of building a new court house and jail. Much has been said of the necessity of such action, and the indications now are, that the proposition will meet with an overwhelming approval, yet some people still misunderstand the matter or fail to see the necessity for new county buildings, that an attempt is here made to adduce some further reasons why every citizen should vote "Yes" on the proposition. There is an actual and abso lute necessity for a larger and more modern court house. The reasons for same have been clearly and tersely stated in the folder circulated by the friends of the proportion and likely every citizen has by this time seen one i these little leaflets. The fact is. our enmity bears a close resemblance t- the youth in that aje when lie yrows mi.-t rapidly, w he fa a full f.T llir r- '!'...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 24 August 1905

;v The 8'-'' HERALD) VOL. VIII. .JACKSON, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, AUGUST 24, 1905. fsO. 41 Go to Klein's for Buggies, Road and Bike Wagons, Surries, Saddles, Harness Whips, Etc., Etc. Jack LOCALS Wheat 78c to-day. Circuit court meets next Mon day. Miss Lucy Morgan visited Miss Agnes Hart of Oak Ridge last week. Cigars, best quality, at Trick ey's drug store. L. N. Torrence is moving out his fence to the sidewalk and is preparing to put in a granitoid walk. 8. F. Carmean has purchased a lot in West Jackson of B. M. Morgan. For good fresli candies call at W. A. Trie-key's drug store. The curbing on the south side of West Main street is completed from Hubble creek to the city limits. Prof C. A. Macom bought the property of Henry Rirk in West Jackson last week. Considera tion, (1,5.7). Ella Hart Jones had a birthday party last Saturday. She was 7 years old and she and her little friends had a very pleasant time. For cucumber pickles see 1). C. Haldaman of West Jackson. Circuit court was cal...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 24 August 1905

Jackson Herald. KKI'VIILICAS IN roLlTK. B. F. Ll'SK.... .I'rilUfHKK FnterfC Hi Mir pnlonVe i J.M'"n; Mo. s .onml-rlatn mutter Sothi.Nt 4. 1M.. Term fur the Hf.kalu sire afl 'ows: For one year. Six month Three months $1.00 .so .30 Reli1rru" 14 Apvertimno Katks: Local be tier linM chinMTtinn. l'rotVssiMnnl Card 5 vnr venr. L.-imI Alverti-menw-lepal rate. lisply ad rates made kiviwn on apvlii-Mtinii. CONTINUE Those who are gaining flesh and strength by regular treat ment with Scott's Emulsion should continue the treatment In hot weathen smaller dose and a little cool milk with It will do away with any objection which Is attached to fatty pro ducts during the heated season. Prnd for tret Mtnple. SCOTT A BOWNE, Ch.mlMt, 409.415 l'arl Street. Ntw York, joe. and fi.cn all druggists. special pleasure in showing you through the vault. If there ia a voter in Ryrd township that ia opposed to the proposition, lit him visit the probate vault and after seeing it if he is still op posed to the pro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 24 August 1905

mffiM DARKEST BT H. GRATTA Copyrlrtt IKWI. by PtMt A " i iit) lig'.its, thepeop:r ana t;ie neat of the room somewhat revived him, and after being assisted to a chair he made a strong effort to recover him self. At the same moment the courier came back, bearing In his hand a bottle of brandy. As he entered. It was seen that he had not escaped from the battle with the wolves unscathed. His great-coat was ripped at the left shoulder and a stream of blood trickled down from what was evident ly a severe wound, for the arm hung almost powerless by his side. 'iJft him." said the courier, speak ing to the Cossacks. They raised the man on the chair. "Here, drink this, my brave fellow, and you are all rlrht." and so saying, the courier placed the bottle to the rescued man's lips. "Try a little a swallow or two; It will do you good." The sufferer made an effort. He succeeded. He did take a swallow or two in fact he took a dozen, for the fiery brandy went down his throat as If It had been smoot...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 24 August 1905

Jackson Herald. VERY LOW KATES TO MC IT II U CAS IS TOLITIC. B. V. Ll'SK lVlll.lSIIKI! Kntir at tlir io.toft1ri itt .lat'kson. Mo aa Hvrond-olHHp mMter November 4. IttC- Tertns for t ho IIkiiai.h are as fol ows: For one year 1.00 Sl months f'O rtiree nmnlli .'U) niBi-f t" Krldenre MS PORTLAN D AND NORTH PACIFIC COAST POINTS and return, via IRON MOUNTAIN AND MISSOURI PACIFIC Tickets on sale May -Ihd to September 550th, final re turn limit of ninety days, AnvKRTisiso Hatks: Loral i i-r lino each insertion. Professional ('r.t tuip v.ar f I A .1 vrt i..o v ..... T.. , . . ..... l , . , , iiieiit it ir.ii riit. Pisiiiny an ran nor exceeding iXtveniner made known in niiilicatioii. I ..... i . . , . j.JOth. Liberal stop-overs lioth ways. JACKSON. MO., AI'M'ST Jl. im'i, FOLEYSnONEYTAR Cur Coldai Pra rnt Pneumonia For full information ad dress . P. W. Wiuoht, Traveling Passenger Aw"!. St. Lou in, Mo. Jackson Branch, Iron Mountain. (Joint; South. Leaves. STATIONS. 'Krpljriit.'rnssnirp. No. ti...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 24 August 1905

TRUSTEE S SALE OF HEAL ES TATE 11 Y SHERIFF. WliPirns, on the 2-nd clay of Mny, iwi7. W. (J. Th(mpiu and Soplironia Thompson, tnmtmnd nil wire, by their certain clortl of Iruet, recorded in book "V," p;iK 237, in the land reoorcls of Cape Girardeau county, MiHsourl, convoyed to Joseph Koeli ler, trtiatue, the following cleneribMl real estate, situate, lying and bt-lnir In the cmnty of Cape (iirnrcleau and Ktnte of MIsHoiirl, to-wit: Commencing at the N. K. corner of lot 2 on the north boundary line of 1'eter Kryts'. survey No. 22:15, 1 40 chains from T lie N. K. corner of said mirvey No. 22:t5 from which a white oak 20 inches in diameter hears south 40 (letf. west 70 Ik, run north 83 cleg. W. on line between survey No. 22llTi and flO. tp. 31, r. 11 E. 1 9 ,10 chains to the northwest corner of snid lot No, 2 from which a white oak 20 inches in diameter bear south P2 cleg. E. 20 Iks. and a gum 20 Inches in diameter bears N. H den. W. :M Iks., thence S. 24 cleg. W. 31.13 chains on the ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 24 August 1905

MAUKKT liKl'OKT. I t il Tt t -d cl . Flour. I" !- -' )i r i'w : Mup-tull l.'J" i'nniiiical, i" r l;i ClUM "..'.' Out ;."n.i 0 rmntKi-o, 1 1 if li HllV :iMl'K' Cattle : Hoc,iiivs Lard Tuiiow ;ii l'.u'on U .-luiiililf i ; Hum 1- Hiil i green i lleeswax -' Wool Feathers " Hen '''a Sprint! ohickeim 1" Turkeys 11 in-k "i PPH ' Hutter !-' Kpii '- CLOSES RIVER GAP. CXTTN IIKI.TS NKW HIUlniK l OMPl.KTKS STKKL lll;ll WAY TO Til K SOIT1I- K.ST. Ol'KNKO TOTUAFl'll' Al'KlLI-. All ( "tt 'ii It l'mite triiins In' tweeli Si. l.otii" :tinl tllr t utliwrM now u-ftliH new Met-1 luiiltrc inrns tin- I ;sisippi r v.t t Tlii-li'M. 111., doi lie away i:h .In- ferr t r t nf-r and .liirl.'iiiiic fli. tt u U mi hour. Tin' tot tun Kilt lilt- 'In- Inn- of l.ct tirule-. fi wot I'urvi N ti ml one el t lie inoot lo t truck b-iwii-ii St. Ijmii mitl the uiitliw. ,-t. 1 ne new .ruiut. luiu, n , ,,t , - tif n. rHi-iie.k' the o'liinuy '! iiii.ti i cl'.,ln ite Riui i-lo up h.iini'S l k:in-.i'.. I l,tuiiM;in.- ami Texas...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 31 August 1905

Jackson 1 Herald JME VOL. VIII. JACKSON, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, AUGUST 'M lito:. iNO. 42 Go to Klein's for Buggies, Road and Bike Wagons, Surries, Saddles, Harness Whips, Etc., Etc. i LOCALS 3 Wheat 78c to-day. i The public school begins next Monday. The J. M. A. comme-nces next Wednesday. Our Lombard piano contest ends September 30. B. M. Morgan is preparing to put in a granitoid walk. Cigars, best quality, at Trick ey's drug store. Born, to J. C. Cl'ippard and wife, on Sunday, a fine girl. Burn, to Grover Obermiller and wife, on Aug. IS, a fine boy. Frank Grant of Brazeau was visiting in Jackson last week. L. F. Thomas of Gravel Hill had business in Jackson Tuesday. For good fresh candies call at W. A. Trickey's drug store. Judge W. G. Schneider of West .laek.iim is on the sick list this week. Born, t M. G. LaPierre and wife of Jackson, on last Saturday, a girl. Martin llaupt and G. W. Schack of Fgypt Mills are at tending court this week. Artie Taylor, who has been visiting at Humphr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 31 August 1905

si Jackson Hkiiai.d. keithucan in roi.nus. B. V. Ll'SK.. . .. rrr.Lisnr.il Fn'iTrc at tlic p.it,.f.-( t .i:ii.Ki'n. M... at r..nJ-.,lH nutirr N,v n NT 4. IVT. Terms f. r the Hf.kalp .ire as fol ' ow: For one vcar 1 1.00 Six mi ntl'f 'n Three months CONTINUE Thoa who nro ftnlnlnn flesh p.rul sirenuth by regular treat ment with Scott's Emulsion should continue the treatment In hot weatheri smaller done aniia little cool milk with It will do away with any objection which Is attached to fatty pro ducts during the heated season. Send for fire sample. SCOTT ROWNE, Chmlti, 409415 I'earl Street, New York. y ana pi. on; an arufcipsit. Real Estate Transfers. Olfl.-p Resiii wise 1 To All Whom It May Concern. 1 To tiik Hkrald: There has been a rumor spread 1 should have APVKKTIMNW RaTKS! LocnU Hi rer .in., . noh insertion, Professional Card 5 per year. Leeil Advert We- at Jackson that ments rvral rate. I msthhv an rni'. Sialic kn..wii..narilifatl..n. j worked against the new court - - - . -1 ho...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 31 August 1905

Jackson Herald. REPUBLICAN IN POLITICS. B. F. LUSK 1'UBUHIIKII Entered at the postofflce t Jackson, Mo, to second-class matter November 4. ism. Terms for the Ukrald are afol 'ows: for one year 1 fill months 0 Three months 30 noma: nave Residence 142 VERY LOW RATES TO PORTLAND AND NORTH PACIFIC COAST POINTS and return, via IRON MOUNTAIN AND MISSOURI PACIFIC Advertising Rates: Locals 6c per line each Insertion. Profesulonal I'nrH K mr vnr. T.po-mI AdvertlHe- menU le(ral rates. Display ad rates made known on application. IACKSON. MO., AUGUST 31. 1905 POIJETSHONErIAR uraa Coldai Prevents Pnaunoala Tickets on salo May 23rd to September 30th, final re turn limit of ninety days, not exceeding November 30th. Liberal stop-overs both ways. For full information ad dress 1. W. Wright, Traveling Passenger Agent, St. Louis, Mo Jackson Branch, Iron Mountain. Golnir South. Going; North. Leaves. Arrives. STATIONS. j Kreljrht. Passnjrr. Pasnpr. Freight. Passnprr. Passngr No. 01. No. :. No. 41. No. BO...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 31 August 1905

DARKEST U A. i TtA QeTrl8VBM saasrMS : . - .. U I. !'- LI . P.' Fur iney baa conceited v plan a plan bora of lb evil imIn f Kath rim karslcbef. They had aaiaaed taair.,talk kN tbt aoor opened at the bead of the stairway, and alth pal and agonltsd face Olg appeared, aad eliding do a allsatl. n a shadow, suddenly ap peared fore them. With ber handi outatreuiM4 aad wtth teart strsaaUeg from her syt ahe appealed to them. "Oh. my mother father NicLolas, what are you about to do? Tour face terrify me! You are going to commit some great crime oh. Oc d ! o sot muneer? For Qod'a atpp .bsflur you. bathe your bandi In blood. Do not do not bring eternal Borrow on ua ail. Oh. my .a.olher dear, moth,- This tar they bad bean ao start ted by Olgs's unexpected appearaaee that ' mr hot fvarr 7e Q77cn or nr AEdpr" none of them had interrupted ber. But now Katharine, utterly loaf to all maternal feeling, sprang on the unhappy girl, and glaring at ber with devilish malignity, hissed Into her eara: "Yea ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 31 August 1905

TKl'STKK'S SALE OF HEAL ES TATE liY SHERIFF. Whcrens, nn the 22nd )ny of Mny. W'i. X. 11. Thinnptim hinJ Sophron iii Tlmriiiwm, IiiikIihikI and wife. Iiy their certain deed of t,rnt, n-conlivl In book "V." 1'iiKP 287, in the liuid record of Ciijie (iirardenu enmity, Mlnsourl, conveyed to .Inst'idi Koch ItT, trunti!, the following dewcriln-d rent eKtnte, Bilnnto. lyltiK find bciiitf In the county of (Jape Giriu'deRu nml state of Missouri, to-wlt: ComnxMiPlnu at the N. E. comer of lot 2 on the north boundary linu of J'etor Kryts'. survey No. 22.1.1, IN 4(1 cliaitis from the N. E. corner of tniU survey No. 22X1 from which a white oak 20 inches In diameter bear Hoiith 40 dotf. west 70 Ik, run north Kl den. W. on line between survey No. 22:15 and MO. tp. HI, r. 11 E. IUoO chain to the northwest corner of ld lot No. 2 from which a white oak 20 inches in diameter bear aouth K2 den- E. 20 Iks. and a KUiu 20 iti(-hen in diameter bears N. Helen. W. 3H Iks., tlience S. 24 dt'R. W. chains on th...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 31 August 1905

Cures Sciatica. Kov. V. L. Kiley, L.L.D., Cul.a. X. V., writes: "After fifteen days of excruciating pain from seiati- rheumatism, under various treatments, 1 was in duced to try Ballard's tSnow Liniment; the first applieatiion piving my first relief and the second entire relief. I can give it unequaled recommendation." 2:e, r0o, SI. For sale by DR. S. K. WOODS, the druggist. Cape Girardeau & Chestei R. R. Co. Time Card. Hol'TH IIOCM. Farmers' Institutes. ll will doubtless be of interest tn your readers t know that the schedule of farmers institutes for the coming fall and winter is now being arrange I by the sec retary of the board of argieuiture and it i? hoped that the people in every locality where such meetings are desired will make it known at an early date. Pro vision has been made for special talent among the lecturers and it is the intention of the board to hold a very large number of in stitutes during the season. Kvery effort will be made in every case to send men espe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 7 September 1905

Tme Jackson Hekalp. VOL. VIII. JACKSON, MISSOURI, SEPTEMBER 7, 1905. 0. 43 Go to Klein's for Buggies, Road and Bike Wagcns, Surries, Saddles, Harness Whips, Etc., Etc. i LOCALS I ZktJULSLJLSiSULaJULSL&XJLJi t ft ftJUt-O Wheat 75o to-day. Mrs. R. W. McNeely is visit ing at Fruitland this week. Manning Kimmel of the Cape was in Jackson last Saturday. Hunter Byrd of St. Louis spent Sunday with his wife in Jackson. Cigars, beHt quality, at Trie-key's drug store. Dan Ualdaman commenced his school at Shawneetown Monday. R. M. Sawyer and son Lacey are at Schumer Springs this week. Lewis Wallace of Fruitland had business in Jackson last Satur day. The public school opened Tues day and the J. U. A. opened Wednesday. Timothy, red top, blue grass, orchard grass and seeds of all kinds at McAtee's seed store. Richard Reehan was in St. Louis last week, buying goods for Reehan A Co. The case of the Frisco Railway Co. against James Lee took up about two days of last week. The Catholic school wi...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 7 September 1905

m CHARUZS MORRIS DUTim I'op.M 'sl.l, laoi, fey M n ii l". liiitlor. CHAPTER I. m Denver, the Detective, and Hit Great Scheme. "I belipve this is Louis Lang?" II is." 'Well, how arr yon to-day?" "tli. fairly well." wfi'lccl the young m in addressed as Lnns. He was sit ting before a sma'l table In one of the secluded corners of a high-class miiMii on Clark street. Chicago. When first accosted, the youth looked up quite surprised nt being spoken to. and saw a very gentle-manly -looking personagp s'.mihr.g before him. "You C-. Mainly have the advantage of me." l.e replied, cautiously, eyeing his bi te rrcgator enquiringly. "Wlioni have I the honor of addressing'.'" The gentleman smiled, and drew up a chair beside the youth. "1 am .lira l'enver. lately from New York." ho tv;i',.cd somewhat harshly, then in an undertone ho added abruptly, "wiio cnc arrestoil you on suspicion of hav-1-12 committed a murder!" It was a cruel stab, am! I.aas was fb.'.-'ered for a moment, an nr.sry fl-ish ?pre...

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