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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 12 October 1905

ARTIFICIAL SUNLIGHT ACETYLENE GAS D (TTT Automatic riLU I. Generators can be installed at small cost in any luimc, largo or small, anywhere. Acetylene lias is cheaper than kero Beite, brighter tliau electricity, safer than either. Full particulars FREE for the. asking. Acetylene Apparatus Mfg. Co., Michigan Ave., .. Chicago DE LAVAL CREAM SEPARATORS Save 8 10.- Per Cow EVERY YEAR OF USE Over All Gravity Setting Systems And S3, to S5. Per Cow Over All Imitating Separators. Now Is the time to make this most Important and profitable of dairy farm Investment. Semi at once for new 1905 catalogue and name of nearest agent. The De Laval Separator Co. indolph 1 Canal Sti. 74 Corllandl Strttt NEW YORK CHICAGO Compositors and Linotype Operators Wanted OompnlurH $19. BO Linotype Operators $24 OO I'r -fk. Permanent positions in a uunilirr of the lending estulill-limentsof I hU'uiiU and vu'lntiy. Sirlkeou. I'ull on or address SECRETARY CHICAGO TYPOTHETrE 1214 Monodnock Block, Cbtcaitu WANTED Non...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 12 October 1905

Jackson Hi;kali. KitrrnucAN ts roi.iTus. B. F. Ll'SK l'riu. isiikh RnterM m ( lip ii.,fn,- at .ln.-kM.n. Mi. dM'la nmttef Novi'IiiIht I. I". Tcrmf fur the IIkuai.I) arc astol- : fi w: For ino voar l-(M) Six months " Three nmntli '", Olio 14" i AnvKKTiatNo Hatkh: I.ochIs tie per line ctudi liiMerti,n. Professional Card per venr. Lciral Advertise ments rates. Hlsp'.H.vail rates run ie known mi n U1 i'iit ion. IACKSON. MD..IKT, I'J I 'XV.. . DIRECTORY. ( nl'NTV DlllKCTOItV. Fn-il. K. Ki I'cprcsciitiitiv. li.niluird (.ocUol Sheriff ' I,, lirant Collector .1. K. Sclmiiike Circuit Clerk .1. W. Milli-r Comity Clerk C. II. I aurs. . . I'rnsecllt intf Attorney .Inoti. I'utz Tr.-Hsurcr .!. F. Caldwell sM ir .1. 1 1. I'nrterfteld Coroitier .1. F. Mrl.ain Surveyor .1. H. Miller I'roliate .linhre 11. F. Mavis Common l'leas .Indire li K. Chnppoll. .Coiiiiiion I'lens Clerk II. C. Craeraft Prc-iilinir .Indue .lax. A. Ilowets ssociati Judt'e, 1st Pistrict I.. F. Ivlosterman s(,ciato .Iiid'e 2nl Pi-t...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 12 October 1905

County Teacher' Association. The County Teachers' associa tion will he held in Jncknon November 2 to 4. The following is the program : THURSDAY. lt.'JO p. m. Organization. 2:00 p. m. General condition of schools. (1) Aims and pur poses, Ora Taylor and Klla Sad dler; (2) What include, what ex elude, Leo Proffer and Maranda Mahrey; (3) Alternation of sub jects and daily program, W. A. Allmon and Willa Ates; (4) Ex amination and records, A. O. Pickens and Lenora Huff; (5) Rural gradation and articulation with high schools. G. W. How ard and Carrie Cline. FRIDAY. L 0:00 a.m. Query box. Query box. 10:00 a. m. The teaching of English. (1) The place and successful circus riders have function of language lessons in been apprehensive of their lau the course of study, J. 10. Howard rels, and the coming of the show and Maud Snider; (2) Place and will afford an opportunity to wit function of literature in the course ness the daily contests between of study, H. 10. Seitz and Kate the favorites o...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 12 October 1905

(Ely 3acl;on l)craft. H. I'. 1,1 SK. Publisher. JACKSoN MISSOt'KI In certain parts of Tlussla you do not need to scratch anybody to find a Tartar. At last one of the Hritish royal fam ily has distinguished himself; It was by rating jam. Alice Hepan Rico of "Mr. Wipes" fame has started a bnu'K. There's money In cabbages. The circus. It arrears, has been ele vated. Now lot nil available energy be concentrated on the theater. A man Fays the trusts have driven him to crime. Here Is a hint to drunkarils in need of a new excuse. Existence Is a fight against the storms of trouble, and Cupid Is the fellow who hands out the life preserv ers. Society, says a Philadi Iphla minis ter. Is going wild. It may have misun derstood tho appeal for a return to nature. The war Incident cannot be consid ered closed until Tlujj'rd Kipling has written one of his stirring poems about It. Vhon Mnircie Kox of Minneapolis found her lost bustle containing $.""". she was that much ahead and that much behind. The...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 12 October 1905

cv? FMifflTOdi' PWLILIHDR ZT CHARLES MORRIS DUTLER. $uof "22 &rrw of Verne? Kmncn 7kip?JWiitfJ2c.j Coprrlht. 1M, kr CtimrNa Morris BUr. CHAPTER VII. The Silk Robbery. "Show Mr. Regan In," said tbe bank president. Regan was admitted. He looked surprised to see Iang. "What can I do for you?" asked the banker. "I had lost track of Mr. Smith," ra llied the detective composedly. , "You are looking for Mr. Smith, ithon?" "I am keeping the young man In view." "Why so?" asked the chief, and the answer to the question gave Iouls the key to the situation. "I am aware that Mr. Smith was to receive a large sum of money from this hank, and It Is my business to Veep him under my protection," was the bold reply. "Then you are aware of the draft being drawn?" "Certainly!" was the decided an swer. "An order from Jim Denver on this bank for $lO,oon." "Whllo not exactly nfrald that the tioto was a forgery." said the banker. "we thought It best to send for Mr. Denver!" "That was not necessary." rep...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 12 October 1905

Acknowledged the most 'deal Show in the World. (Not in the Circus Trust.) Hp Jackson, Thursday, Oct. 19 Present in p; under ten acres nf Water-proof Tents a Million lullar It jxincri of Amusement Novelties. JOHN ROB I NSON'S TEN BIG SHOWS COMBINED. FOUR RINGED CIRCUS, BIG DOUBLE MENAGERIE, HIPPODROME AND WILD WEST. 1500 Rare and Costly Wild Animals Ikiuhle herd of Klophants. l'onlet'oti, performing Pachyderms, presentiny: a jirorarn eomiijue of perfection. Stupendous realistic production. "I'.attleof Wounded Knee." I ntroduoinn; oMl Indians, ("owboys. Scouts .".ml Soldiers. Horses and Mules for Sale. For horses and mules apply at the Jackson sale stable. Always have on hand a pod selection of country horses and mules. ScllADK A (Jl'KUY, Jackson, Mo. I! KSI( i X ATIMN XdTICK. Take notice that I. the niuli -rsf if ried jrwi rd in it lit I hi' person n ml I'smtrs f Kdwnril mill A iliert ('.itiirr, minor cli i lil i i-ii nf I., t . Colliir, ili'ci'iiNi (I, will, at the next Novi'inlier ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 19 October 1905

Time J)agkn Herald). VOL. VIII. JACKSON. MISSOURI, THURSDAY, OCTOBER IJ, V.m. NO. 4U Lap Robes and Horse Blankets a fine assortment. Come at once.' D. KLEIN. : LOCALS 3 !jt 5UUUUU SJLSLSLSJLSLSLASiSLSJLSLSULSj Wheat 77c to-day. Mrs. .1. U. Watkins of Jackson wisited Allenville, Monday. Wolter's for whips. Lewis Pepper and wife of St. Loaifl have been visiting Mrs. Ii. .J. Pepper for several days. Lap robes at Klein's. Rev. R. L. Phillips (colored) of .lacknon attended conference at EVedericktown, Monday. Welter's for surries. Aognat Kroman and family of Frilheim came down last Sat urday on a visit, returning Sun day. Winter's for saddles. Mrs. Ii. M. McCombs went to Shawneetown Sunday and spent a few dayH visiting the family of Sir. Goo. Seibert. Cigars, best quality, at Trick ey 'a drug .store. Zada Gladdiah celebrated her 13th birthday Sunday by inviting six of her girl friends to spend lie day with her. For Sale A good farm hor.se. Apply at this office. If you want to invest in o...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 19 October 1905

Jackson Herald. RKl'VBMCAN IN roLlTK-O. n. f. U'sk. , Vl'Kl.tXIIKII Entrrc-c at tin' pimtnfflt'p hi .liicknn; Mo Htl-nnil-I'lHRO tllKttlT NiiTfnilM'M. IKVi. Tonus for the IIeiiai.d arc asfol ' ows: For one year Six months Three months l.oo .so .30 OfrW K-allem-v AnvisKTiMNo Katko: Locals Mr per line each insertion. Professional Card & j..t year. Letral Advertise-menU-lt-iral rates. Display ad rntes made known on t in 1 i 1. 1 ti . JACKSOX. MO.. kT. 1'.'. m:.. DIRECTORY. OI NTY lllKV.I TOItY. Fred. K. Kii K.prcsctitative H.Tiilinrd Cockel ..SlierilT C. I.. irant . . . olli-j-tor .!. K. Sclimuke In-int .1 V. Miller County C lerk (' 11. Italics. ..rrospi-uliiitf Attorney Jiio Viitz Treasurer .1. F. 'ttldwell Assessor .1. 1. PortertW ld Cororner .1. F. Mcl.aln Surveyor .1. H. Miller Frotmte .ludire It. F. lavis Common Plena .liide O. K. CliBppell. . Coniinon l'lens Clerk H.C. Craeraft ITesiiiinw -Indue J as. A. l?owers Associate Judne. 1st District h. F. Klostennan Assoeiate JimIkh ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 19 October 1905

RESIGNATION NOTICE. Take notice Unit 1, the undersigned Kimrrlinn of thn persons nd estate if Edward niul Albert Cottier, minor chlldrfMi ot Jo!n A. Cot fit r, dei-eastd, will, at the next November term cf the probate court of Cape Girardeau county, MiMhourl, to be held at the the court limine In the city of .laclion on Monday, November 14.1W15. apply t,o said court fur leave to resign t he office and trust of oardhin of the persona and estates of snld ml num. L. O. OlTNKK, Guardian of the persons and estates of Edward and Albert Cottier. What Bob White Wants. "Yes," said the old man to h'w young visitor, "1 am proud of my girls and would like to see them comfortably married; and as I have made a little money they will not go penniless to their hue bands. There is Mary, 25 years old, and a really good girl. I shall give her $1,000 when she marrieH. Then comes Bet, who wont see 3f again, and 1 shall give her $3,000, and the man who takes Kliza, who is 40, will have $5,000 with her." ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 19 October 1905

The Town of Garvin. Wo rot urn od l;it week frmn a trip to (iarvin. I. T. Tho Snuth wesiorn Koalty A I mprovenu'iit Co. of .laoUsuii, Mo., is colling lots at thi.- phioo for a now tnvn ttito. Tho country anmnd (Mar vin in goml unil it lias a ltooiI future. A vonooring plant will bo oroetod there within the next ninety days at a cost of !(.",( HI. MMUh'kxuVh) feel of lumher have boon bought by this company. A railroad from I'aris, Tex., to Hot Springs, Ark., will ho built through (.iarvin within the next six months. There are mineral interests around (iarvin to be developed, hence if you want to get in at the best time now is the time to buy your lots. See Judge .1. H. Miller at Jack Hon and purchase a lot. Rifled the Mail. of his two clerks, whom he in structed not to report for duty until 7 o'clock. St. Louis He public. (ilonn was given a hearing last week and sentenced to 2 years imprisonment. Marriage Licenses. ("has. Hrasol and Mary Marp ley: 11. F. Ossonhop and 11. It. Cullen; ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 26 October 1905

Tghe Mmmn Hemaw, VOL. VIII. JACKSON. MISSOURI, THURSDAY, OCTORHR 2(5. V,m. NO. .) Lap Robes and Horse Blankets a fine assortment. Come at once. D. KLEIN. LOCALS I Wheat 80c to-day. iSikeaton if thinking of voting on a water works system. Wolter's for whips. A- W. Groves of Allenville had ton tan ess in Jackson last week. Lap robes at Klein's. Ir. A. L. Bryte and wife of Oran were in Jackson a few days kvdt week. Wolter's for surries. II. 3. Behren9 of DoSoto was visiting in Jackson the first of the week. John F. Howard of Neely's landing made us a pleasant call last Saturday. JWolter's for saddles. Abe Mulkey of Texas will hold & revival meeting at the Method iaLfihurch hero next month. Cigars, best quality, at Tiick ejr drug store. Carl Wallace of Jackson is vis iting his parents at Mountain View. Mo., for a few days. For Sale A good farm horse. Apply at this office. Rev. A. M. Ross f Nashville, TVnn., preached at the Baptist church ut this place last Sunday. "Edna May" caps fo...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 26 October 1905

Ely .Jackson IxumIo. 1!. I'. I.i -k. Publisher. .lAt'KsoN MIsmiI IM Tlir football faro wi'.l now ho nddrn to the undulating features of o.ir eouu try. A French scientist says wo s-- i : 1 1 1 nil bo living in glass houses soon. Mott of us are already. "All groat nun arc olioeri'u!." snys a contemporary. In otlu r words, it is trial to lie rice rful. Mrs. Frank Leslie says that women should not marry before they are 28 am! many of them don't. Torts are writing snenets on the comtnorolalizlniT of Niagara Kails. Something will have to give. Therp la this difference hetween pleasure and happiness : ore Is n brass hand, tho other the sons of a hlrd. If a corset w ill Improve tho rrar rl vatlon of a hump shouldered man. by all menus encourage him to wear it. When the Kusslan Gosudastsvenna Pouma meets no tlmo should he lost in introducing a hill to change its name. A flawless heon found Propped by probably. 4i'.o-oarat diamond has near Johannesburg, some careless actress It Is announced t...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 26 October 1905

las 111 RELIGIOUS NEWS USE IN EVERY AND THOUGHTS DESIGNED FOR .WELL-REGULATED HOME LE3S0N FOUR OOI.DKN TRXT. The temple of God 3:17. L Settlement it the Rettirncil Ex iles at Jerusalem. In our last lesson we saw a large body of exiles leaving Babylon with high hopes, and tri umphant songs of Joy. Hut the Jour ney was long, tedious and full of hard ships. There were 42,300 of them, ac cording to each of the three versions extant. Dut the detailed numbers all come short of this sum, and It Is sup posed that the 11,000 or 12,000 not ranked In the list under any place or family name were Israelites of the northern tribes. If these left Babylonia In March (Apoc. Esdras 6: 6), they could not well reach Jerusalem, after a Journey of nearly eight hundred miles, before somo tlmo in July. It took Ezra four months to make the Journey (Ezra 7: 9). They found the city in ruins, as it had lain for fifty years since Its complete destruction by Nebuchadnezzar. The first busi ness of the returned ex...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 26 October 1905

Jackson Hehald. KKI'VM.ICAN I N POLITIC. n. K. LUSK. . Tl BI-lMlltH F.ntefcc lit till- iinatnfrli'i' m .lit,'k.,'li uri'und-rlHim niHttpr NnvrmlKT 4. Inv, Mo. Tortus for tlio IIbhald arc usfol ' o ws: For one vivir Six ni'.nt)i Tliroo month Il.no i .50 .30 OUi'f , 14 143 pvnKTtftNo Hatkr: LornN Hi rer lino cncli insertion. Professl..nnl I'anl r per venr. l.reul Aclvertisc-n,nt-lpz:il rate. I)if)lH.v:ir) rates ni known "' application. IACKSON. MO.. ('T. -''i DIRECTORY. fOCNTY lmiK.cTimv Kred. K. Kies llrjiri'si'tiliitive 1 Hernliard Uoekel tsnoriii C 1,. tirant '.'! ,'' .1. V'.. Solinmko Circuit erk .! V. Miller County ( W-rk C H. lUiic8...rroreutiiitf Attorney .limti. I'M tr. Treasurer .1. K. Caldwell Aww .1. I. rorterlW'lrt Cororner .1. F. McLnln Surveyor .1. H. Miller 1'robiite .Imlife H. F. iuvin Common l'leiiR .liidre ; K. Clinppcll . .Common I'lens Clerk II. C. Craoraft l'revidin .Indue .las. A. llowcrn : v : . Associate Judk'e. 1st District L. V. Klostprinan : . Rsoclnte .Indi...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 26 October 1905

COOOCCCOOOOOOOOOCOOOCOOOCOOOCOOOOOOOOOOOICOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCO Three reat Cloak Days at Jackson Store Co. THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2nd, 3rd and 4th. On these three days we will have on special sale about 100 Ladies', Misses' and Children's Cloaks in all the latest styles-.and in all prices. We invite every one to attend this sale, and assure you that special efforts will be made to please you. This is ho sale of old goods but bright new stock .sent here for these three special days. Remember next Thursday, Friday and Saturday at the JACKSON STORE CO. JSCS; ocoooccooooocooooooooooocoooooooooooooooioocooooooooooooocooooooooooooooooooocooo 1 1 KS 1 Ci N A T I O N N OT I ' K. 'rake notice Hint I, the underHlKticd ft) rdinn of the pernon nnd phi ate of KriwHi-ri and Alliert Cottier, minor hlldren of John A.Cotnt r, deceanid, will, Htthe next November term cf the probate court of Cape (iirardeau county, Missouri, to be held at the the court houne In the c...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 26 October 1905

Uto HOT CWK . ?r CliARLTS morris DUlim Copyright. 1!05. ty Charles Morris putter. " CHAPTER VIII. Continued. "We can run no chances, you know, Doc," laughed Pearson, Insinuatingly, then as If In apology for his net, "be sides. It will be (o your own Interest In caso the haunt was discovered. If you do not know where It Is, you at least will not bo held responsible for any harm that may come through tho discovery, see?" "Wo kill traitors!" said the matter-of-fact Sharkey, complaisant!?. "It may save your life." said Pear on, as ho satisfied himself thnt the doctor was completely blinded, nut he took no pnlns to Insure the doc tor's comfort, for he placed a pair of handcuffs upon his wrists, "I am obliged to do this," he said, as he changed places with the hoy and sat upon the seat with Schiller, driving the team, "so the boys won't think mo unmindful of the duty I owe them In protecting them from possible danger from treachery." The doctor sat in silence for quite a time, meditating ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 26 October 1905

The label I Schwab, St. Louis, rands for good clothes at mod erate price. You can't find better clothes at $10 to $25. SCHWAB Clothing b tailored under the best sanitary ooodlUoos la our Urge, airy factory, and you can depend on the style, fit and workmanship. Write (or our booklet it's free. Schwab Clothing Co. Makers of Honest Clothes . ... ST. LOUIS, Ma W. L. Douglas io.bo o 10.00 onrp FOR W. L. Douglas f 4.00 Cllt Edge Line cannot be equalled at any price. .Vv- F.staMlihM Jnlyt. ism. W.L.OOUOLAS MAKES MHO SfllS MfJHF mth m' K mx An XMKir M IMAM MHT U ItltH MAHUt AU IUHLH. tlfl nnfl BlWAROtoiayontwhg on $IU,UUU dilprovs this stltsmsnt. W. L. Douglas tS.fO shoe, have by their ex. ecllent style, easy fitting, and superior wearing ejualltlea, achlavad the largest sale of any $3. AO ahoa In the world. They are lust good aa those that cost you 5.00 to $7.00 tfis only dllference Is the price. II I could take you Into my factory at Brockton. Mass.. tha lamest la the world under one roof...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 26 October 1905

sammmmmmmmmmmnwmmnmimmmmmmmK FALL AND WINTER GOODS. 3 3 1 Wh aro now lvwly to hIiow you our Kail and 3 r WinttT Goods. Our prices can't le beat. You can 3 : wave .r() per cent, on everything you buy from us. 3 I LADIES', MISSES' aid CHILDREN'S CLOAKS 1 and JACKETS, CAPES, SKIRTS, DRESS GOODS, 2 FLANELLETS, UNDERWEAR, GLOVES, HATS, 3 E CAPS, SUITS, OVERCOATS, NOTIONS. 2 SHOES. We carry the celebrated 3 Robert Johnson-Hand Star 2 Brand of Shoes the best 3 Shoes made in America. -5 We guarantee every pair 3 from jl.fiO ip and take s back any Shoe that don't 3 give satisfaction. If you r2 want to buy good Shoes ask for Star Brand Shoes. 3 We buy most of our goods from the largest and 2 biggest manufacturer in 3 the Kast. Any one that 3 will prove that we buy any goods at auction or any 3 damaged goods we will give 51,000 in cash. We do :3 r most jobbing and wholesale business, which gives 2 Us the chance to sell oii goods the cheapest. 2 j The following are a few of our bargains: 2 Sr L...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 2 November 1905

hie Jack nips, Srrtrinn Sl, " ' 'fvi-i, i ,, , , M, EI3AL VOL. VIII. JACKSON. MISSOURI, TIIUIiSDA V, NOVKMItKU I'.Hi.V no. ;i Lap Robes and Horse Blankets a fine assortment. Come at once. I). KLEIN. nrn Hi LOCALS I Ot SlJLiLSLSIJiSLSLJLZSULSULSLlMllSLJLSU Wheat 8Hc to-day. .BIO AUCTION o town !ots. ! R Regenhardt had business in Jackson Tuesday. i.njt robes at Klein'a. Burn, to Geo. Belmar and wife, Tuesday, a fine boy. For freh candies go to Sibley's The teachers' institute is in .ertsion here to-day and to morrow. Go to Sibley's restaurant for a Oik1 meal. Miss Henrietta Mueller gave a Hallowe'en party at her home Tuesday evening. Cigars, best quality, at Trick ey's drug store. Kaunas City and St. Joseph ihad the first snow fall of the October 30. For Sale good farm horse. Apply at this office. Your chance to buy a town lot in the most desirable part of ,1:ckson isatthe BIO Al'CTION.! i "Hdna May" caps for sale at i .Morgan A Pa'nney's. ' Attend the BIO APCTK )N j which will be in...

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

fc own5 cre iy CHARLES MORRIS DUlllIR. ... Copyright. 1901. hy Charlae Morris llutlar. CHAPTER IX. Continued. "Your chief is out of dnngor," fin ally snld the doctor, turning to Pear son nnd Sharkey. "With proper care be will bo ahlo to be moved on a tretrhor In two or three days "Your duty Is done then, doctor." replied Pearson, who seemed to bo the leader, now that tho captain was dis abled. "Now, In the matter of your Joining our band; which would you prefer; to depart or to continue with IS?" "I am willing to Join you, provid ing " began tho doctor. "Providing wo will guarantee you Protection, an ample salary, and a chance at unino future time to obtain revenge upon a certain doctor whom you have a grudge against, Is that Itt" Interrupted Pearson. "That Is It," said Schiller. "Are you willing to take the oatli of allegiance to our cause." "I am." "TIs well." Evidently they had prepared for such a ceremony ns that which fol lowed, for they escorted the doctor Into y?t another roo...

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