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

HOW A FRIEND SHIP GREW The Story Whether Hand Sapollo got m mora enthusiastic welcoma la homes where . Sapolkt waa ma old and tried Mead, or where It waa a stranger, H a ques tion. Where women bad coma to rely ca Sapolkt tor rapid, thorough clean' log la every part of the bouse axcepl the laundry, they commenced Without haa ot time, to avail of this new prize. Grubby little bands, and stained, work worn older ones, whitened, softened, mod smoothed out aa If by magic cat toua spots disappeared, and com- plexktna cleared. - Children ceased their strenuous objections to the scrub' blag up process, because It became a pleasure. It freshened up the hands otter dish-washing, removing the most disagreeable feature of that necessary task. It waa found to keep delicate baby aklna from chafing better than aalve or powder, and the crowning note In the song of delight came when aa adult member of the family used It la a full bath, and realized that a Turkish Bath at a cost of one dollar waa out...

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. — 2 November 1905

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

eg 'Auction of Towra Lot Jackson in aoon Meeting Closed-About 150 Conversions. Marriage Licenses. Herman Fiedler anil Amanda From Fruitland. illaee ; 1 1 1 I Will' 1 I i.K!; TIN N "'I K K T11U ix t !( 1 li it I . I In- iiikI' I'-u ii 'i lrii.' I ' ! ill 'i "! 'In' I -l-ii ! 1 Mill i-sl 11 1 T Kii u .ml 1 1, 'I A iiifM ( nl nil', iniiior Jackson Branch, Iron Mountain. 'I'l .1 ,.lrlt,, ,1 ; I',, HI.' .1. II. II'II'MM .'111.1 lidSIl M 1 1 It 1 1 .' 1 i II YicVV. II' (Well flMllllV, -I'l 'Ir.-ii 1 .I.:ti A. t ..t 1.. 1 . il. 1 ;i .1, 111. I l I I SS I HI I f I - " I ... , I , , , ,,.,,.. , V, V.. 1,1 I... I' I I ' 1 1 : Solll'il. I.- .IV. -.. ;..iii,- V.i;!i. A 11 iirs. .... ...v. ,...K ... ...v . 1 1 ... ... , . , 1 ! will, m tin- nt N vi-inlM-r 1. riii : Sunday inlit, Willi what was in I Stephens; M. T. Miller and ( Mtie , art' '.--it me; ivl.n 1 ve-; an. I 1 i n'ii'l.-s , ,,,, ,. ,,r, ,,r (!. i;,,;,,,!, , in tin so Jiart-t, : '' mt.v. 11:- 1 to m; m 1 1 mi -ii" A y iniLT man l.y the ...

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

It. f. I.rsK, riit.lir.iirr. 1ACKSOX MlSSOt HI, Well, It was about tlnrp for Frnnrls Joseph to have mc trouble of soma kind. In ortlor to korp out of bankruptcy The Hague tribunal might try Issuing trading stamps. ChampnKne soils for $r.o0 a qtinrt In Colombian money, which sivtns ul mo6t like giving It away. Trlzo Fighter Kitzslmmons Is polng to star In a comic opera. Kurlhermore, tie is to be paid for doing it. Fume Is that blissful state where other people think you are as great as you all along have considered your-Belt A great many humble folk with pood appetites and littJo cash will not envy Mr. llockefeller his legacy of dyspepsia. "Iloopsklrts Orrupy Women nt Con Tontloiis." says a newspaper headline. H should have been "Women Occupy Hoopskirts." There Is a deficit of J 1 .400.000 In the Dutch treasury. The dispatches do not say whether it was stock gambling or the ponies 111 gotten gains, child, are often what the other man makes by taking advan tage of the opportunity you ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 2 November 1905

LESSON 8IX CJOIJiKN THXT-Tho I-orl preserve The Hook of Esther. Tlie author la unknown, but miiHt havo been some ono "living In tho henrt of PerBla, a man who wiih Intimately acquainted with the scenery he describes." Pro fi'FKor Adoney. Tho dnle of writing In also un known. Professor Sayce places It at 1). C. 42r. Ho Hnys that tho minute ness of detail shows that the author lived before the overthrow of tho Per sian power, H. C. 331. Some place tho (lute Htill later. Scene t. The Orent Feast at Shu Khan False Pal riot iHm. The Ahasuor us of Esther has been Identified al moHt beyond doubt, with Xerxes the fatuous son and successor of Darius Hy.slaspos of our last lesson. Xerxes Ih a shortened form of Ahasuerus, as York (In New York, for Instance), Is a shortened form of the l.atln Ebora cum. He reigned over nearly all Aslu, and In his first years, 48."), 484. he conquered Egypt. Hut Greece was sill! uncoiniuered. A few years be fore, his father Partus and the Per sian army were defe...

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. — 2 November 1905

ummmmmmmmmit'tmt! mmmttmmmmmmimwi I FALL AND WINTER GOODS. J '' :nv now iv.hIy 1 show you our KhII ;nil "31 S W'iiilcr (ioi Is. ( )ur prices r;uit lie ln-al. Von can 3 Sr save .'0 per cent, on - i t liinur yon buy from us. I LADIES', MISSES' a -d CHILDREN'S CLOAKS B and JACKETS, CAPES, SKIRTS, DRESS GOODS, 3 FLANELLETS, UNDERWEAR, GLOVES, HATS, 3 1 CAPS, SUITS, OVERCOATS, NOTIONS. 3 CcSFt FAMILY B&n 7 n E?r. i c r 1 T is. l3 k SHOES. We t arry tin it'lebnit'l Uohcrt Jolinson-HaiKl Star Bra ml of Shoos tli h'st Shoes male in AinerUa. We guarantee every pair from ?!.")( up and take back any Shoo that don't give satisfaction. If you want to luy good Shoes ask for Star Brand Shoes. We buy most of our goods from the largest and biggest manufacturer in the Kast. Anv one that S will prove that wo buy any goods at auction or any 3 S damaged goods we will give fl.ooo in cash. We do 3 Sr most jobbing and wholesale business, which gives Us tilt chance to sell you goods the cheapest. The fo...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 9 November 1905

fmE Jackson Herald. VOL. VIII. JACKSON. MISSOURI, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER II, l!o:. NO. Lap Robes and Horse Blankets a fine assortment. Come at once. D. KLEIN. ia Auction of Town Lots in Jackson Dec. S W RY TUC CnilTUWFTFRN RF1ITY X. IVDRHVFMFNT RflUPlNY. Ml I llh WWV I 1 1 fe v W ail l w W m ! LOCALS Wheat 83e to-day. Mrs. C. A. Macom is quite sic k. Lap robes at Klein's. Mrs. S. 10. Woods is visiting in St. I Amis. 3RIG AUCTION of town lots. This issue completes Volume 8 of the Herald. For fresh candies go to Sibley's Ixxjk at the date on your paper nd come in and pay up. di to Sibley's restaurant for a good meal. Kd. Schneider of Blomeyer had business in Jackson last week. Breakfast shawls at Bruening Jt Kerstner D. G. Co. No assessment in the Superior Degree of Honor for December. I. Ben Miller's fine homemade candies at Woo ls' drugstore. The public school was closed this week on account of diph-. theria. I i ,ik u. . ... . . 1 $1.J.j at Bruening A kerstner D. j G. Co. Albert Muelle...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 9 November 1905

Jackson Herald. RunTIlUCAN IN POLITICK. B. V. Ll'SK. . ...I'CIU.IHKH Knti-ror Mil- iolofflrc t .1 h -on Mo a aai-mid-rlna mnttr Nnvrinnrr 4. lHn.. Terms for the Ukuai.u uro itsfnl- linn Six month Hirer months JU Kl1i' Aldornien Apvkrtisino Hatks: UwnU per lineeRch Insertion. lTol.-ssiniiHl Knit y'r- A,,vrr"r went -lejr.il r;ite. HMyl nii lo known on bpi1 lent Ion. JACKSON. MO.. NOV. !'. W0". DIRECTORY. CliCVTV D1KKCTOHY. Fred. K. Kit's i;.proinlnlivp li.Tiihnrd (iockol Sheriff t I,, (irant tollector .!. K. Sohniukr Circuit Clerk J. W. Miller County Clerk (' II. I . . . ITosrciit i iitf Attorney Jnoi. 1'iit Treasurer .1. F. Caldwell Assessor .1. I. I'orterlleld (Werner . .1. F. Mcl.ain Surveyor .1. H. Miller 1'rotmte .luilire It. I;iviK Common I'Icrr Judjre K. 'happeH. .Common PlensClerk II. C. Crneraft iTesidinir .ludtfe .las. A. Bowrrs Associate Jucltt, 1st district L. F. Klostermnn Bsoeiate Judjre 2nd District C. A. Mneom County School Superintendent CITY I1IKKCTOBY. Mayor Kdw. IV...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 9 November 1905

Spiritualism. Editor Jackson Herald: 1 was put in o8B;nsion of three numbers of your pnpor. They were May 4, 11 nnd 18 of the present year. In thone papers wero certain marked articles at tacking Spiritualism, Bupposedly written by a minister, who with holds his name, but signs the letters, A. J. L. As 1 have been a Spiritualist about forty-fivo years, and have been compelled to enter the arena with all kinds of opponents, anu as 1 am requested to review cer tain points in these articles, I offer the review which here fol lows: This man, A. J. L., appearB to be a satellite of one John Alex ander Dowie, who calls himself Elijah II. Although for reasons best known to himself, A. J. L. withholds Mr. Dowie'B name, as well as his own. One half of the matter in these articles is copied verbatim from Mr. Dowie'B pamphlet against Spiritualism, and fully half of the other half is Dowie, very thinly veneered. Before 1 undertake to examine the articles I will say it is serious ly doubted wheth...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 9 November 1905

Mimnmmmmmmmmmm mmmmmitmmmmmmti FALL AND WI NTER GOODS. 5E: W e ;i ri now ready to show you our Fall niwl nr ti Winter (ioods. ( nr n-iee.s can't lf beat. You can 3 jE save .")() per ce'.il. on eer tiling you buy from us. I LADIES', MISSES' and CHILDREN'S CLOAKS 1 B and JACKETS, CAPES, SKIRTS, DRESS GOODS, 3 B FLANELLETS, UNDERWEAR, GLOVES, HATS, 3 CAPS, SUITS, OVERCOATS, NOTIONS. 3 SHOES. Ve carry Iho celebrated llobert .Johnson-Kami Star Hrand of Shoes the best Shoes made in America. We guarantee every pair from :?1..) up and take back any Shoe that don't krivt satisfaction. If you want to buy fjood Shoes ask for Star Hrand Shoes. OUR FAMILY SUXo ALINE & Y buy most of our troods from the largest and biggest manufacturer in the Kast. Any one that will prove that we buy any goods at auction or any damaged goods we will give $1,000 in cash. "We do most .jobbing and wholesale business, which gives us the chance to sell o;i goods the cheapest. The following are a few of our bargains...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 16 November 1905

Time Jaksn Herald, VOL. IX. JACKSON. MISSOURI, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER HI. 1905. i0. I Lap Robes and Horse Blankets a fine assortment. Come at once. D. KLEIN. ig Auction of Town Lots in Jackson Dec. 2 The choicest lots in the City ol Mnckson, Mo. On the following terms--Not less than one-third of the purchase price to he paid in cash on day of sale; the remainder in monthly paymens of not less than 8 per cent, of the deferred payment, without interest. For example If you purchase a lot for $150 you are to pay $50 on the day of the sale and 8 per :ent. of the deferred payment of $100 monthly, or $8 per month until paid, and so on. The purchaser has the privilege of paying the full purchase price or of . making larger monthly pay ments if desired. All lots in this Auction Sale are located in Jackson. SOUTHWESTERN REALTY & IMPROVEMENT COMPANY. LOCALS : O. SULSULSLSLSLSJUL AAJUUUl JL8 AJLSLSL Su Wkfat tWo to-day. -Mr a. J. W. Slack is quite sick. Lap robes at Klein's. There will be a wed...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 16 November 1905

i(P CffifflOT CWs en Twmm-j&a vmum yjy CMARLE5 MORRIS DUTLLR. Copyright, 1905, by Charles Morris Duller. CHAPTER XI. Continued. "At last you are In my power." said Bchiller, as he peered Into the help ess man's face. Huntington muttered something, but It was unintelligible on acrouut of tue gag In his mouth. As If the mere thought of being In lila enemy's power was not enough to distract tho bound and helpless Vic tim, Schiller added: "And soon your lovely Pearl will join you in your Im prisonment!' Huntington struggled fiercely. His eyes Rparkled tho very defiance wMVi .was pent tip In his soul. "His daugh ter, the lovely Pearl, being enticed Into the power of these villains!" It was the bitterest kind of gnll and wormwood to the bound man. "And lie unable to assist her!" "Ah, you feel the blow!" chuckled Pehiller. exultantly. "And the chances re that you will live to see your vir tuous maid the wlfo of a convict! You made me one, so you won't care, eh!" tiloktng tho prostrate ...

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. — 16 November 1905

PARALYSIS CURED Seamed Hopeless but Yielded to Or. Williams' Pink Pllla. Mr. Kenney has actnnlly escaped from the paralytic's fats to which he seemed short time ago hopelessly doomed. The urpriting report has been folly verified and some important details secured In a' personal interview with the recent suf ferer. ' "The doctor," said Mr. Kenney, "told tnethntif I wanted to live any length of time I would have to give up work al together, and he told my friends that tli' pnralyKls which had befrnn wonld iu time involve my whole body." "Just how were yon afflicted at this time?" Mr. Kenney was asked. " Well, I had first hot, and then cold and clammy feelings, and at times hit body felt as if noedles were being stuck Into it. These sensations were followed by terrible pains, and again I would have no feeling at all, bat a numbuess would come over mo, and I would not be able to move. The most agonizing tortures came from headaches and a pain in the spine. " Night after night I conld no...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 16 November 1905

Jackson Herald. REPUBLICAN IN rOLlTlCS, B. F. LUSK l'l'BMSHBR Knterec at the poetofflr. at Jarkann. Mo. ae e.cnnri.rlaee omttrr Nombr 4. 1W7. Ternin for the IIkkald are asfol 'owa: for one vear SS Sli month Three month 30 PROM: Odlr ;j; Re.ldrn.-e AnvitBTiMNo Ratkh: Locals fic per line each Insertion. Professional Card -5 per year. t(tal Advertise-mpnt-le)riil rates. Display ad rates male known on application. JACKSON. MO.. NOV. US. 190.1. Kvf.ry thing points to a sweep ing KepUDIlcan vic-iory in mm- iimrislN soil souri in 1506. How it does nettle some of our Democratic editors to talk of D. H. Francis for president! Thursday, Nov. 30, has been proclaimed by President Roose velt as Thanksgiving day. The license of the New York Life Insurance Co. has been sus pended from doing business in Sfiesouri. Some tell us that A. P. Beh rens of Jackson is thinking about being a Republican candidate for circuit clerk. Senator Warner states that he will not build up a machine. We hope to see him...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 16 November 1905

"The Key to Prosperity" In s, folir one. It embraces lionest ef- ualifim forbidden In the text which says, "Thou ehalt not suffer a witch to live." All right, brother. Corne on with your pockets full of rocks. If you Buffer me to live, I shall accuee you of neglecting your duty. If 8plritualinm is witchcraft, you are violating the law in "suffering" me to live. 6. We are next informed that a witch has an evil spirit the spirit ef the devil. That would seem to indicate that evil spirits come from the devil, which is not true. There was no devil in Saul's day; the devil was born in Persia, and never migrated from that fminfrv until he came out 11 n n f.. I,..!, I. 1 1 11 1'l. .. ni n.ri, iruKm j, .... - .( witn tne JewB irom tne uaoyion- yTlTor key unlocks all this, arid iflh captivity. Hence he had not you bank wit h our bank, it's but the yet come in touch with the Jews, question of time as to how much you When evil spirits came to 8aul, will be worth accumulate. or how fant you wil...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 16 November 1905

R. K. l.i-fK. PubllMicr. JACKSON MISSOURI. Jnpnn own a billion and a qnrtrtor -if dollars. She la Raiting civilize J fast. The ninn who forced his wife to get up and piny the plnno at 2 a. m. ahmild mnrry a pianola next tlmo. Becoming engaged to the king of Spain seems to bo a favorite occupa tion among European princesses Just DOW. However, the angels must be wom en, for Is It not written that "man was created a little lower than the an gels?" A New York man has offered $50, 000 for the secret of Rohrlng's con sumption cure. If It's a cure the offer Is small. "Kid" McCoy says he .quit prlr.e fighting because It ceased to pay. Mr. McCoy, It will be seen, Is not an artist for art's sake. C.rand Puke Cyril of Russia Is the latest to take a second-hand bride. He married the divorced grund duchess Victoria of llesse. Moscow's rioters may not havo heard that they have acquired the blessings of free government and are thoroughly contented. A New Jersey woman testifies thnt her husband has...

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. — 16 November 1905

HiI SHOWING LOSSES ON GREAT LAKES DURING RECENT SEVERE STORM P oilb -.cn , LESSON EIGHT NOVEMBER 19. OOI.PKN TKXT. The effectual fervent much. Jim. ft. 16. 1. Nehemlah nnd His Character. Vila Early Life. Very little In revealed !o us of tho early history of Nehemlab. Mis name signifies Compassion of Je kovah. Hp wns the son of llachallah, nd It Is Implied In the narrative (Neh. 1:2; 2:,D that he belonged to the trlle if Judah. Tradition declares him to have been of the royal house of David. Ho had a brother named llananl, vho bad been to Jerusalem. The birth p4aco of Nehemlah, probably, and tho icene of his early life, almost certain ly, was Hnxa (Shushun), entity miles aBt of the Tigris, one of tho Persian capitals and a Inrge city, as we learn from the extent of Its ruins, where was a large Jewish community. His Office at the Court. When we first learn of him he was cupbearer to King ArtnxerxcB at the capital. The title "cupbearer" is misleading to us. It. really Implied that Nehe...

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. — 16 November 1905

ifmmmmmmmmimmmirmmmmmmummimmm;: FALL AND WINTER GOODS. W nr' now rtvuly to show you our Kail and 3 H Wintt'i' (Joods. ( nr prices can't ln hrat. Yon ran 3 jr .-avr .r)ii jht cent, on vt-rythiiitf yon buy from us. I LADIES', MISSES' a id CHILDREN'S CLOAKS 1 B and JACKETS, CAPES, SKIRTS, DRESS GOODS, FLANELLETS, UNDERWEAR, GLOVES, HATS, 3 CAPS, SUITS, OVERCOATS, NOTIONS. 3 OUR FAMILY BtTTen SHOES. We carry tlie relehrated Kobert Jolinson-Kand Star Iirand of Shoes tlie best Shoes tnale in America. V guarantee every pair from ?1 ..M) up and lake back any Shoe that don't jjive satisfaction. If you want to buy ood Shoes ask for Star Brand Shoes. We buv most of our k'oods from the largest and bijrjjest manufacturer in the Kast. Any one that will prove that we buy any poods at auction or any H damaged piods we will give ?1, in cash. We do S most jobbinur ami wholesale business, which gives j us the chance to sell you goods the cheapest. ZZ The following are a few of our bargains: tz Ladies'...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 23 November 1905

l..;!l','",rffJ1v,Sl u Jackson IMIeisald. ' I 1 VOL, IX. JACKSON. MISSOURI, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2.'?, 110.,. NO. 2 Lap Robes and Horse Blankets a fine assortment. Come at once. D. KLEIN. 1MB m ig Auction of Town Lots in Jackson Dec. 2 The choicest lots in the City ofMackson, Mo. On the following terms--Not less than one-third oi me jmrciiiise jiricu u in; jniiu in ciisn un .mv oi me remainder in mommy jiayinens oi not less than 8 per cent, of the deferred payment, without interest. For example If you purchase a lot for $150 you are to pay 850 on the day ol the sale and 8 per cent, of the deferred payment of 8100 monthly, or $8 per month until paid, and so on. The purchaser has the privilege of paying the full purchase price or of making larger monthly pay ments if desired. AH lots in this Auction Sale are located in Jackson. SOUTHWESTERN REALTY 6c IMPROVEMENT COMPANY. fx rsrtrrj Tnmmrj rrrsrrv vtfiQ LOCALS 3 Sljt JLllSLStASLSLSLXSJLSLSLSLS. AJUUUUUU yOc to-day. . Gtyou a lotat the Bi...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 23 November 1905

11. l' l.tSK. 1'lllllislicr. .lAtKSON MISMHT.I. I n t give tip hope yrt; thorp arc fill i.tieen vacant tablets In tho Hall ?f Fnn.c. Tl." fit.iniH turkey, fattening on 1'ivirions feed, fi tls Hint ho In popu lar, lie Is. ten. Which would you rather? Suffer from insomnia or know that you snore like a tuba horn? Moral of the Tnggart case Tho man who teaches his wlfo to drink whiskey is a find. A livestock census is now planned. It is mills on that there'll ho no kick on telling iitvs this lime. TV (VKt lias rvidetitly chanced his mind. No one hears of his asking an Iiinly to ass hlin the cliloroforui. In this his hour of greatness let Mr. Christy Mathewson remember the fate of l'linc. lie, too, was famous once. ! Is : pertinent suggestion that the automobile horn should he tuned to a musiial note. Kv.n the swan son:; Is soothing. A t'hic;i;:oan is titnier nrrost In Kan f.ts City charged with "having one wife too many." lie might have only one at that. A Russian prince was fined for sp...

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