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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 23 November 1905

LESSON NINE NOVEMBER 26. t Mm thai thinKi'tli In- wtandeth t:iko lirrd lost he fall. rp H.liFN TEXT. 1 for. lU.Vi. I. Some Questions Thai Perplexed the Consclenre of the Karly Cluirrh. In at least four chapters i)f the epistles (Rom. 14 and I Cor. 8, 9 and 10). there Is a discussion of questions of light end wrong In regnrd to some doubtful matter that, troubled the consciences tf the young .lewlHh Christians, be Hides an allied (inestlon concerning the relation of the Gentiles to the Jewish rltuiil ordained by (iod (in Arts 15 and in Oal.l. 1. There was the question of the Sabhnth arising from the fuct'lhat for Jewish ('In ist inns there were two sacred days, lhe Lord's day. our Sunday-Sabbath, and the seventh day, the Jewish Sabbath from the beginning. Should Christiana observe'" both, or only one; anil if one, whlrh one; and how should they treat the other. There was the question as to whether ("lent Ilex must heroine Jews, nnd whether Jews rould cat with their Oentlle brethren, ...

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. — 23 November 1905

Jackson Herald. RBfURMCAN IN I'tlLlTK'B. B. K. Ll'SK.. , lTHMMIKH CntprM nt th iioatoftW hi .Ini-kunri . aecincl-c!ini mulier Nuvvmbrr 4. If. Mo. Terms for the (Ikkald are an fol lows: Forone year en Sir month Throe nn in tli 30 omo .. .. RrMdrni , 14M AnvKRTiRiNU Hatkh: I.dcbIs (r per Km- each inserttm. I'mfxlcmRl Curd t-r year. t,rnl Ailvertlm n,Ptgl,.pHl riitpo. litpyiil rt.'! nil to kii'iwn on application. (ACKSON. MO.. NOV.2.T 1905. Propkr foresight and judicious) management in politics is the right thing, but the people are petting tired of trickery and de ception. Thkrk are some politicians that you can not understand. When they talk you can not tell whether they are saying they mean or what they do not mean, because they say them both the same way. If you have $100 or S200 to spare for an investment you can put it to no better use than to buy a lot at the big auction Dec. 2. It will beat putting it in the bank, for you can never lose it. Property in Jackson will never decrea...

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. — 23 November 1905

Additional Locals. Big bargains in saddles at Welter's. Your chance to get a fine lot in .Jackson, the coming city in South east Miasouri, for a reasonable price and on easy terms is at the HIG AUCTION, Saturday, De cember 2, 1903. Very low prices on lap robes at Wolter's. The new train service on the llouck road began yesterday. An early train will leave Cape for Jackson and return, and a through train leave Cape for Chester about 10:30 a. m. Burrel Criddlo has lots to eell in Hast Jackson. On next Sunday the Houck road will run an excursion to Wont f'liPHtpr And a boat ride will be taken to Chester, 111., to see the state prison. The fare will be $1.00 for the round trip. , J. C. Davis of Kruitland was on our streets Tuesday. G. B. Thomas, president of Carleton college at Farmington made us a pleasant call, Monday. Mr. Thomas had been to Fruit land and other points north of here in the interest of the college. For Sale: A good milch cow and calf. Apply at this office. The Methodis...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 23 November 1905

IC s FKBtllflK . !)' CI1ARLT5 '" right. CHAPTER XII. ! The Journey to the Convict Country. We lift our friends Ijing ami Dcn er in company with Regan and C.old rn. traveling inward the West, Upon irrlving at St. Paul, which was reach ed, as (JoMon supposed, without being detected, the group was reinforced by another gang of female domestic of about the shade of Intelligence of (hose already being taken to the coun try, and embarked on board one of the. large Mississippi steamers on its Jour ney down Ihe iier. At St. Louis the already largo rr'owil was further add ed to by a curious quartet; one was celebrated pickpocket, called "Llmpy .Jim," and his mono." Pocket hook I'ete," who were in ennipuny with two nomrn of questionable character. "Dizzy Llll." a tnr.ihlid -down variety actnss, ami "French Fannie," a ropcr in for a coi'cert saloon. It was not fluid, n's wish to travel In rompnny with such a largo gang of crooks and thus court capture, but In this ho was not n free agent. How ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 23 November 1905

A TRULY JDEAL WIFE HER HUSBAND'S BEST HELPER VI Borons Health Is the Great Source of the Power to Innplre and Encourage -All Women Bbould Beek. It. One of the moat noted, successful and richest men of this erntury, In a recent article, has Raid, " Whatever I am and whatever success I have attained in this world I owe all to my wife. From the day I first knew her she has been an inspiration, and the greatest help mate of my life." To bo such a successful vvlfo, to re tain the love rind admiration of her husband, to inspire him to make the most of himself, should be a woman's constant study. If a woman finds thnt her energies are flopp;iiip;, that she jfets easily tired, dark shadows appear under her eyes, she has backache, headaches, bearing down pains, nervousness, whites, irreg ularities or the blues, she. should start at ouce to build up her Rvatcm by a tonic with speciilo powers, such as Lydia K. I'lnkliaui's Vegetable Coin pound. Following we publish by request a letter from a y...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 23 November 1905

GREAT WHOLE SALE PURCHASES We we it in tin market hi.st week and bought all I lie K'xmI iilne we could lay our IiwhIm on from the .laorllieeit stock of all the wholesale houses in St. Louis. FLEECELINEO DRESS GOODS won h 7r a aH at 5' FRILLED DRAPERIES worth TV a ard at 6. OUTINO FLANNELS worth a .ud at 5e LADIES' BLUE FLANNEL WAISTS worth ;i..m now $1.50 1 The First Train. Overcoats If ou are in need of an t hernial or a Suit of Clothes, we have he must com plete anil lamest line ever hroiiyht o .laekson as regards styles, lit ami iialit.v at as low prices as ean he found anywhere. r Shoes We have without invtioii the largest and liest line (if Shoes in Jack.soii. shoes that tit and wear at piii.es as low as the lowest. A number of citizens from Jackson and the officials and a few others from the Capp went to West Chester last Thursday on the first through train on the iJii Girardeau, l'erryville & Chester road. Thowe front the Cape were Hon. Louis Houck, I,. i. Houck, Gib oney...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 23 November 1905

SUPPLEMENT TO THE JACKSON HERALD VOLUME IX. JACKSON, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1905. NUMBER 2. L GRAND AUCTION SALE OF TOWN LOTS Jackson, Saturday, Dec. 2,1905 The Southwestern Realty & Improvement Company will sell at PUBLIC AUCTION to the highest bidder ninety (5)0) lots in the Southwestern Realty & Improvement Company Addition to the City of Jackson, Missouri. These lots are in one of the most attractive residence portions of the city, wulnn eight blocks of the Public Square and convenient to the business, factory, milling and railroad districts. All lots are of good size and beautifully located. A number of nice new residences are already being erected on 4 lots adjoining those to be sold and more will be erected in the spring, having already been contracted for. Several hundred thousand dollars will be spent in Jackson within the next few months for public works, factories and build ings of all kinds, the population of the town is growing and real estate is incre...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 23 November 1905

COOKING EXHIBIT 1 All next week from Nov. . . ,. , , . Just think what low 27 to Dec. 2, inclusive. A full and complete line prices Handsome set of ware worth of General Merchandise. HARDWARE CO. 7-50 free with Ranges dur- The home of low prices. ing exhibit only. are making on Coal & J 6.UILTENBERGER&C0. Heaters! A 12-inch WILLIWS HARDWARE CO. Oak, full nickeled for Exclusive agents for "Never only $6.25. Break"Ranges,Jackson,Mo. oomi and miacuira ammvmo fmmm ro all. Our new Holiday Stock, which will be on display Dec 1, offers in great va- nrTATTPAMT No matter whether riety really desirable pres - Khi&lAUKAJNi. ar0 married or ents for people of all ages For fresh Homemade 8ingie, you will find and 18 a Pular stock n Candies and all Con- h I aTce ? respect, because of its ... ... tic AT EE choice selections, trust- fectionanes, call at , worthy values and fair SIBLEY'S RESTAURANT glad ? sei7e lu v Prices- You are cordially SOUTH HIGH STREET. anything m nis line. invited...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 30 November 1905

tori i'l Society 'uiu lubin V. Jackson IMIeisa VOL, IX, JACKSON. MISSOURI, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER, 30, 1H0:. NO. 3 Lap Robes and Horse Blankets a fine assortment. Come at once. D. KLEIN. ID. 5g Auction of Town Lots in Jackson Dec. 2 The choicest lots in the City of Jsickson, 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 payments of not less than 8 per cent, of the deferred payment, without interest. For example If you purchase a lot for 8150 you are to pay S50 on the day of the sale and 8 per !ent. 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. All lots in this Auction Sale are located in Jackson. SOUTHWESTERN REALTY fc IMPROVEMENT COMPANY LOCALS I Wheat 80c to-day. Bob Macke of Oran fame up last Saturday. Lap robes at Klein's. Tken.Obermiler,Jr., mov...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 30 November 1905

m? cdMtnr cfimm 5T CHARLES MORRIS DUTLER. Copyright. 1903, by Charles Morrla Dutler. CHAPTER XIII. tang Get a Few Pointer Concerning the City. The emigrant train crossed the ford t early sunrise. Bowie Bill, risen bow to tho dignity of loader of the train, though seemingly reckless as to the langer that had Mirrounded him In the past, dispatched a messenger In advance of the party, who notified the tub-posts of the city of the near ap proach of the emigrant train, so that in case of a second attack assistance might be rendered If needed. I.ang was riding alongside one of the schooners, thinking of his last night's adventure, when he was accosted by Golden. "Have I ever met you before this trip?" Golden asked. "Has Kcgnn not told you who and what 1 am?" "Sure. Hut how did you know of me nnd my mission?" "iHm't you remenjirr the Gorman kid who was confined In 'the Tombs' for the killing of Simeon Monroe, tho 'Varwlck Street vag?" asked Ixuls in surprise. "Not the kid I made a few 'pas...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 30 November 1905

Chew Their Champagne. A nowljr married Swiss coalc Climbed to the summit of Mt. Norn for the wedding ' breakfast. Tbe champagne was then found to be frozen aolld. 80 the health of the bridal couple waa chewed Instead of drunk. Misfortune In the 8netze. Throughout Oriental countries, bo matter what the religion, the sneeze bas always been regarded as portend ing misfortune and as resulting from tbe Influence of the spirit of evil. STIFF AND SORE from head to foot? Can't work today, but tomorrow you can, as the Old-Monk-Curo St. Jacobs Oil will soften and heal the muscles while yen sleep. It Conquers Pain . Frio. 5c tad S. THERE IS NO'sSSSi, SUCKtR LIKENS rsrty years oo ervl after rny years of tae n the eastern coast. Towers Wbterproof Oded Coots were (rtLrodced in the West end were colled Aiders by the uonrers ond owyi. Thb droaNc wive u cone nu fuch (CKrel we that it u irequertr itvousrt wronoruii opcuea to many substitute You want the Oct Look tor the otn or u riM.ari the norve low...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 30 November 1905

Jackson Herald. KSI l'BI.ICAN IN POLITICS. B. V. LVSK. .'M.IPIIKH KntiTfC Hi Hie polnfflrp t .Im-kmui aa purunil-iMHKH niatn-r Nnvcnibvr 4. fV Mil. TYrnis for Mie UmiAt.n lire asfol- ows: For imp voar. . 11.00 el i x nicnilif Threo iii'intliH '' Offli-p RtMldt'n1. 14 in Apvkktiwinu Hatks: I.mnls lie per lint1 rncli Inm-rtloT. I'riifi'iiiuil Curd $5 jirr ,v'nr. Li'iril Alvi-rtii-nints il r:itp. I )isi',v rnte nia lo known mi iiii'lication. fACKSON. MO.. NOY..K). 1!'0.Y Ik there ever was a town that needed ft town hall or opera house it is Jackson. We have no place for a larpe crowd, re lipiounly, politically or otherwise. Whenever all the selfishness and c hurchanity pets out of the Methodist, Presbyterian and Bap tist congregations of Jackson, a revival of religion to save souls may be had, and not until then. Let all make a note of this. Rev. Abe Mvlkey hit the nail on the head when he said, "No wonder the business men here would not close for the meeting; when you want a hat, a cl...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 30 November 1905

Additional Locals. All entrys at the Big Au6tion muHt be in Saturday at 10 o'clock. Granville Gwin, cashier of the Ilayti bank, went away with aboutS18,000 of the bank's money last week. He was 20 years old and leaves property valued at about 12,O0O which goes to the bank authorities. He at the Big Auction and put your money whero it will make you money. The. Fraternal Order of Colo AN ACCEPTABLE GIFT Through Santa CIiiiih would be. ii check drawn on our lunik. Your ac count will not lie much depleted by i i . .v.:..,i ,i ,u i!m tn drawn ir a cnecu as a .ma.s i" nials paid its third death claim to( U)v wM je ap,)r,.c.lU.(,ull,, rv. Peter Hecker of St. Louis last nieinliered. week. The claim was paid with-j V( it'll ItANKINO CONNKCTIOX in a week after the deuth of the The past year with our Imnk lias lieen , ... ri l, .,.i v.,,!:,.., profitable to you and most uirrccahlt! insured. Mr. Becker had a policy 0 UH you cuti aiT..rl tl.e Klft. We of 1.000. wish jou a merry inas and added i ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 30 November 1905

II. F. I.iihk, Publisher. JACKSON MlSSOlT.I. A Montana Judge advocates a cudgol for masher. A horsewhip would do just as well. The matrimonial lightning has miss ed King Alfonso so tar, but It has Just truck his sister. Morocco promises to be prominent as a trouble-producing center (or some time to come. Airship chauffeurs are not yet nu merous, but they are destined to form a valuable class In society. Borrowing money from one sweet heart to buy gifts for another Is apt to lead to the opportunity to Bearch for a third. Champagne was discovered In the seventeenth century by a monk named Perlgnon. The price Is a modern in vention. Happily for the youngest member of the Romanoff family, lie doesn't know what a serious Lime his royal father Is having. The new $20 gold certificate Is said to be hard to counterfeit, but this Is a problem that does not come home to the average man. C. W. Schwab our Charley Is to have a $150,000 dinner service, but no guarantee goes with it of improved dig...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 30 November 1905

'MP? FOUNDER OF THE YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION DEAD LE8S0N TEN OOLDKN TKXT. Watfh and pray. I. Nehemlah's Journey to Jerusa lem. Neh. 2:6-11. The answer to Ne hemlah's prayer (Lesson VIII.) came la due time, and he net forth on hlx Journey to Jerusalem, with an armed escort of cavalry, and bearing his com mission from the king, and letters to the governors, and orders upon the keepers of the forest. He was one of the greatest of the officers of the em pire, and he marched with a princely retinue. He started about the first of April and reached the city after three or four months' travel, some time in July. (Compare Neh. 2:1 with Kara ,7:9.) Note that E.ra had refused to nsk for an escort, because to do so, In his case, after his profession, would have Deemed to the heathen a distrust of God. Nchemliih, with equal faith, ac cepted of an escort, the use of moans being ono proof of full I) not a proof of unbelief. His position and his wealth and his retinue were among the powers...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 30 November 1905

Jackson Branch, Iron Mountain. (iniiik' Smith. I.i-n vi-. (ii ii).' North A ri ivf. stations. J.ii'ksiin ). minimi le . . Dutchtown . . Allinvlll.... I 1 I i Ktcilfiii . 1 I'ii-miui'. ; 1'iiotiar. Freight. I'lf-iuiui' i I'liMKitur Nd. til. Nil :. No. 41. I No. UK. I No. Hm. I No. 40. MHiiint. 1 1 :."i'.in. :tpti li':lo ::(. ' 1 12:4 ' .:l." " jia:l" C :1iimii ill :4iliitii.i 2:iMinn. 2:i ,11 :.- - I 1:14 " 2:m 'ioU.i I 1 ::io " :4:ixt , 10: lo ' i 1 :ln " 4 :iiu,ii, ;:44 3: ! :i:l l ' The John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Co., HOSTOX. MASS., Issues .'ill kinds of policies of Life Insurance. You tfet vour uiviileml annually. Here is the record of a policy at Jackson. Mo., taken in r.i4 : Policy No. lM-2's. Seiiii-annual Premium $.V.."n First Annual IiviU-iul applied to reduce Premium 1 . First Seinianiiual Premium. 1 '.("." 4.'Ur If you are interested in Life Insurance fill oui tins Mank and senil to I!. Akmantimi t, Hist. At.i Cape (tirardeau. Mo. Name Air4. . . . Address YOU can't...

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. — 7 December 1905

Time Jackson Herald. VOL. IX. JACKSON. MISSOURI, THURSDAY, DECEMISKR 7, 190.'). .NO. Lap Robes and Horse Blankets a fine assortment. Come at once. D. KLEIN. (7f SSI VTV ff'STVTV 5 J 9 8 mtntlfV fc LOCALS Wieat 80c to-day. Get a chance on that handsome doll at Hasslinger's. Circuit Clerk .1. K. Schmuke is id St. Louis this week. lLap robes at Klein's. Chinaware is going at cost price at Hasslinger's store. Judge L. F. Thomas is assist ing Assessor J. F. Caldwell. I. Ben Miller's fine homemade uan&M at Woods' drugstore. Theo. MiWbell of Fruitland is aasitAJng the county assessor. Wanted i00 bushels of pota toes at O. Miltenberger A Co., Jackson, Mo. Rev. Mr. Adams of the Cape I had business in Jackson Monday. iid we hear ytui say home-j made candy? Oct it at Kibloy'sj the best on earth. ' Christmas tree candles, rnu-! inents, "iy.s, bunks, banks, etc.,' at Hasslinger's store, j Get your fresh homemade candv at Hm'ey s restaurant lit earrie? the best line on the market. 1 Mrs. ('ha...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 7 December 1905

1k 3ad;son fyraft. It. V. I.IWK. Publisher. JACKSON MISSOllM. Solitude Is a place where they never advertise. Philadelphia Saturday Fost. The women rotitinue to wear their tialr to suit themselves, ruther than Mr. Carnegie. If "Mrs. Warren's Profession" Is too touch for New York, It must he al mighty touRh. As a small roneesslon to eommon sense William Waldorf Astor does not wear a monocle. Sir Frederick Treves says sickness Is n blessing. Perhaps hu intends to marry the nurse. Usually when a man reaches the turn in the lane he fliula that It turns In the wrong direction. The duke business In Russia Isn't likely to be.. as profitable In the future as It has been in the past. That Denver man who has never been kissed is going to disappoint some woman badly one of these days. The mystery of Kdwin Drood has been solved, but we are still seareh'ng for the man who struck Hilly Patter son. Stuyvrsnnt Fish has paid one of his wife's bills at last. Oh, these women! They p.lways have their w...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 7 December 1905

A. FEW MERRY JESTS I VEggHflOflSS Winter Windows Abloom. Among the most easily grown and satisfactory house plants (or winter are winter-blooming bulbs. Tbcy are especially suitable for city flats, where a window garden thrives with most difficulty. Hyacinths are the best, bo cause they demand only a very sim ple culture. A four-Inch pot serves tor one large bulb, a flve-lnch pot tot two and a six-Inch pot for three. Ro man hyacinths are extremely popu lar, low in price and easily brought to flower on Christmas, If potted in October. A succession, planted from that time on, produces a succession of flowers throughout the winter. Three or four bulbs may be planted In a six-inch pot, or a dozen or more in a bulb pan or basket. Any good garden soil, mixed with one-fourth of coarse sand, will grow any sort of hyacinths. Use no manure, as it rots the bulb. Put an Inch of broken char coal, pottery or pebbles in the bottom of the put fur drainage. Fashionable Pillow. The fashionable pillow...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 7 December 1905

Jackson Herald. RarrnucAN in pomticb. B. V. Lt'SK . . rriiMBiirti Rntcrrc lit ih poMoflti f at .InrkKin, at iinil-riHW nuitipf Nntrinbrr 4. Irt. Mo. Term for tlie Hkkai.D arc asfnl- For one year 1,, Six nn.ntlii- Threo ni.mtii " DAW Aovhrtimvo Haiku: I.ocnls ii rnr Urn- mrh insert inn. 1'iotcsf.i.mnl Curd r, .er v.-nr. I.r-cal Adverti.-. inrntH-li jral rat.-s. inutility ad rati- nia.Ii- known on miiilicatioii. IACKSON. MO.. IKC. ". l!Hi.Y Pki.kgatk McOi'ire of Oklaho ma introduced the first bill in the IT. S. House of Representatives on Dec. 4. It was styled "Ad mission of Oklahoma and Indian Territory as One State." Repre sentative Murphy of Missouri al so introduced a bill to admit Ok lahoma as a separate state and Indian Territory as a separate suite with the name of Sequoyah. Rev. Abe Mulkey left Tuesday for Phenix, Arizona. While the general way of speaking and methods of doing things by Rev. Mulkey did not please all, yet to those who could discern the dia mond in the rough, a...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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