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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 15 February 1906

'in ruiJir'M.'fJ UOfE JACKSON HERALD. VOL. IX. JACKSON. MISSOURI, THURSDAY, KEIUIUAKY 15, 190(5. NO. 14 Lap Robes and Horse Blankets a fine assortment. Come at once. D. KLEIN. CO. JAU a JACKSON, U0. Sale begins MARCH 1st Thirty Thousand Dollars' Worth of Good Merchandise to be sacrificed in this greatest of all close out sales We are positively going to quit business and have only a few weeks to dispose of this enormous stock, so nothing will be spared and thousands of articles will be sold tar below cost. On account of the bad health of the principal member of the firm we have decided to go out of business. Our store will close Monday, February 2(, at 4 p. m., for the purpose of marking down every article in our house. Our Doors will be re-opened Thurs day, March 1 , at 9 a. m. 200 doz. ladies' 10c Handkerchiefs . . J. & P. CoatsThread 200 -yd. spools. . . 2c 4c Good whito Pearl But tons, all sizes, dozen 2c 2c 2c 41c Best Brassr Pins, largest package. Good Safety Pins all size...

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. — 15 February 1906

RULES OF PIANO CONTEST. 1. Announckmknt This Piano Can tout will he rondueteci on -trictly honest imd business prin lipies wiili perfect justice to nil vwncerncd. Under hui'H con ditions a Iiano Contest is sure to prove a great success. 2. Frizes The first prize shall be a fine first-class Piano, a lead ing make, valued at $400. Many ttier valuable prizes to be an nounced later, will be given in Hioir order, according to value. 3. Candidates Any young idy in this county is eligible to ,t place in the Contest. The most ,popular young lady is the one who shall receive the most votes. To her shall be awarded the doauliful Upright Piano. Other candidates to receive prizes in ifder, according to value. 4. Ci.assks ok Votks The votes are issued in coupons in the following denominations: Ven !til4i'rlptini HmpwhI SuhMTipllon. . . tfAnoffitl iiiurt than I year - WiK'k SuljM-rltiniis fnrtjira! Advt'rtNin Jih Printing Tutu vi.Ii". fur fl.OO i'Ht Votr frr I.OO Vmi votes for l.oo .;Cmi vnti' fo...

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. — 15 February 1906

The'Jcbnrrxock Muioai Life Insurance Co.,LTne BOSTON, MAHS., Ittuuttall kind of policies of IJf Insurance: You gei your dividend annually.'' Here in the record of a olicy at Jackson Mo.., taken in J 904 : .. . y Policy- No.' I32t8. Srtmi-aaniuai I'remlum, . . . . . . , . $5i-70 , . , First AuiroaJ Dividend applied to reduce ' Premium "... 16. AS , Kind; Sesai-aiiffliual Preinium, .' '4i.05 - :: If you are intreted in Life Insurance fill oul tliia Wank and send to tt. Axkawtkovt, Dint. Agt., Cape (Hratxfo&u, Mo. Name Age. .: . Addreaa, , . i oom- WE flEVED DISAPPOINT C'JIl PATIENTS W Fulfill Eftrt fromltt and Mmr Rdld Oat Filii Hop. MfC AHttC llwliii I lUott tt. kalf M bMfl M4 VtrtMlt wltbootpwa flU LUnCr 4UUoa from bulaM Coa Pimi cr4 tynlif N'.vMBt Mriurf or mnrl (bIiUn; Lom of Mnly im wiof (( of MlMnurf fofUM w4mht ml tmn of J1 eerrom mw chronic a . ur. ixum u. Bininnjiiw tobiww tui uf orraai pu7Mun ana buih-m. MeMN la Uf traUiM r ehrtmie dl a. oatf t aobnb fllca, tedttortrira....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 15 February 1906

igmfl MM Imp ectB. ; n i a it r-7i ' it - 11 s m mm - rr t k b , nm , n a. t, mw-m vm hi mm mm mm m m mm mm li.v mms k m. n VilieiMK fens S22S2-2 III-bIb &3Nt?!!.!UK b a mm ! ! ? Im B B B B gsr ! E&&W It WB. DILIBIOEB & GO. CHSSO : rr m?ggtt VSk&ZZZ BSkc, nana BtBB5g5a Sale Begins Feb. 14, H906 Sale Closes Feb. 24, H90S This tVust of h:iri:iiis wo hiivo plaimwl for you is at hand. Our GREAT LOOU END SALE will show the nttoplo of Jiir-kson ami vicinity for Titan v miles around what ran bo done i in th way of modern merchandising. It will again demonstrate our ability to buy cheap and sell eheaier than you run buy elsewhere. Case after ejise and bale after bale of CHOItJK MERCHANDISE has been bought for this Sale at remarkably LOW PRICES, which enables us to offer the GREATEST BARGAINS ever presented in this vicinity. Read every item and every word in this advertisement and accept our statement an facts, as wo are here to prove and back in our statements with the G...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 15 February 1906

nr rrom rn t 1 1 rrimin rr : LOCALS : XHXXJ.t AXHJLXI llllltt Wheat 83o to-day. If you want your turn to come aoon, get shaved Saturday morn ing, when the barbers are not busy. 41 For Hay see Ed. Howard, Jack son, Mo. D. T. Sawyer of Puxico, Mo., whh in Jackson Monday. Rubbeia and Rubber Footwear at Bruening A KerstnerD. O. Co. Remember all voting is done by ballot at the Herald office. Fur 8ale One lot in Garvin, Ind. Ter., at a bargain. Apply at this office. iM Rubber and Rubber Footwear at Bruening A Kerstner D. O. Co. The moon was almost totally eclipsed in this latitude at 1 o'clock a. m. last Friday Ask for coupons when you trade with any business man or firm that we have in our special prize list. For Sale Four town lots in a good residence part of Jackson. Apply at this office. 3-1 The war has actually begun. The nominee regiment is 150 strong. We shall soon give lint of volunteers. Young ladies, have your friends trade where yau can get votes. It will take votes to win the ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 15 February 1906

Jackson Herald. rktum.ican im Politic. B. F. LfSK 1'rMijtHHF.ii Rntrrrr at the poatnfrlc'e M .larmnn. Mo. .t eon1-Mi nuttier Mcufmlift i. Ml. Term f'tr the IIkhald re nnl- nronf ye;ir !.im Sit nirntii "" Three m inth. M ,-. -it4din- l 14? AnvrtHTKiNO Baths: Locals fic jt liiii ciieh insertion. Professional tJarrt " per year. Leml Advertl-e-aaents il rites. Displayed rales sande kii'iwn n application. J vCKSON, MO., FEH. 15. 1906 Has Stood tho Test 25 Yearn The ; old, original Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic. You know what you are taking. It is iron and qujnine in a tasteless form. No cure, no pay. 50c. County Court Accounts alfowed: S. Albert Grocery Co., poor farm supplies 47 Rroadwiiy Mere. Co., for poor farm taippliea 41 :u luden A; Lilly Merc. Co 44 18 .1. II. Toe, supt. poor farm ex penses 14 10 rYed Wilier, for labor at the poor farm 42 5! .leff (Jreen, lalxr at poor farm. . .11 00 Jeff Lesley, labor at poor farm. 11 00 Laura Hart, labor at poor farm 18 00 .1. II. Poo, supt. qua...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 15 February 1906

All Run Down IS is a common expres sion we' hear on every side. Unless there i some organic (rouble, the con edition can doubtless be remedied lour doctor is the best advisrr. t not dose yourself with iii! .c?4 of advertised remedies- d Ills opinion. More than likely 3 u need a concentrated fat food ti enrich your blood and tune sip the system. Scott's Emulsion of Cod Liver Oi! is just such a food in its best form. It will build up the weakened and wasted body when all other foods fail to nourish. If you are run down or emaciated, ive it a trial t it cannot hurt ycvL It is essentially ihe best ptmible nourishment for delicate children and pale; anaemic girls. We will send you a sample free. B sure that this picture in the form of a label It on he wrapotr.of every bottle of EmuUien you buy. SCOn & BOWN(E ' Chemist 409 Purl Street, New York 50c and fl. AUDrufeJtU The Evils of So-Called Society. Charleston, 111., has been " stir- j ni to iti depths by the crusade- which the Rev. Wi...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 15 February 1906

Court Directory County court meets at Jackson the first Monday in February, May, August and November. Probate court meets at Jackson the second Monday in February, May, August and November. Circuit court meets at Jackson the first Monday in January, May And the third Manday in August. Common pleas court meets at Capo Girardeau the fourth Mon day in January, May and Sep tember. DIRECTORY. COUNTY DIhKCTOKY. Fred. E. Kie R'jrem,nlatlvi H.rnliiir.1 i;.ipkel Sli.-riff O I.. tir;mt (.M.ot..r .1. K.Sohmuk.- Orruit I'-rk J. V. Millir foimty ( Urk 3 H. 1 turn. . . l'nmiTiilliii Attorni-y J mm (. Puts TreiiKiir.T J. V. CM1'1I AM Biir J. I). INirttrflHil O-p-rni-r J. V. Mi Lhiii Siirvry-.r J. H. Miller VrohnlP .lll'lkf.- It. V. Davis. .. .Common Plea JnclRe O K. Cliupppll.. Common PlensCi. rk II. CI. Crcr;ift Trending Judg-e Jan. A. Bowers Asnc('itt Judiic lMt IHstrlct fc. K. Klost.eTm.iti AMiolte Jurttre 2'id Pl-trlrt ('. A. Miiemn County School Sup-rlntemlent CITY DIRaX'TOKV. Mayor Edw. I) H...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 22 February 1906

"VOL. IX. JACKSON. 'MISSOURI, TIIUKSDAY. FKISKUAKY 2i. IflOli. NO. IS Lap Robes and Horse- Blankets a fine assortment. Come, at once. D. KLEIN. V rnrrTYvrrrrrrrrrrrrryTr LOCALS : Wheat SOo to-day. Have your friends buy where jrou get free votes for the contest. Louis Wagner o Poplar Bluff is visiting his parents in Jackson If you want your turn to come -oon, get shaved Saturday morn Sng, when the barbers are not usy. Everybody should vote for the extension of the city limits on the :28th. Tom Hiklreth who has been out west for some time is home on a visit. ' ,v,For Hay see Eld. Howard, Jaok .on, Ho. Isaac Carmack has moved from .Neeley's Landing to Cape Girar deau. Hear Bishop Samuel Fallows, I). I)., at the J. M. A. to-morrow .'night. For Sale Four town lots in a good residence part of Jackson. Apply at this office. .3-1 Joe llager has the contract to 'build four cottages at Schumer .Springs. David Hays of St. Loui9ia visit ing hie brother, Mayor Hdw. D. Hays, of Jackson. Wanted Br...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 22 February 1906

(Ely Jackson r?craft. It. V. 1.1 WK, 1'nblisln'r. JACKSON MISMUKI, N'n man lias morn monr fhan tTnlns !k has hraliia Mnuifih to hang on in It. . "Ii" ihiil hath tliriv.n may lie 1111 '." l ilt In- iniclit tu toll-tho truth tho rrft if tin' ilay. A woman In tlu'-Kast ..illi'il nncl loft 11.".. Dm rn her ti'ts, hut I hero was not man amutiK thorn. It. tRlll5i; I'fluiHrntlnf. nn' rate, to Irani tiliit a rniiBrU'rire fntul has horn Ftart.il In riiilinli'lphl.i. , Al si nt ii.ituli'iltK'ss wnuhln't hp wirh, a hail thins If jt wmtl M iijily hrlp pe ilc forget tlu ir troubles. Now .Ii'tsey.ls Rolnp to npi'Dil $.1."0, OOii In fighting hi r nuwtiiiitwR. That ounht to niako ;i Rood hoRlnnlng. ('oiiitrrssniiiti' Ixinirwoiih' plays thb violin, hut ns ho novor ft'ot s"lt In pub lie this hhmilii n6t ho lafil up ucnlhst him. ' Hoji'tvi nsky is explaining, but he has not thus ifar hoon utile to n.ako it appear that Japan won on a tech nicality. If an clastic currency will make the ordinary man's sa...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 22 February 1906

t. Wreck of Steamer Valencia ( Velvet Touchei Popular. Nine frocks out of ten, whether In (onded for morning, afternoon or even ing wear, show at least a touch of vel vet, and the result Is usually a happy one. As for whole gowns and cos tumes of velvet, and coats of velvet, they are, It scorns, to be legion. Tho manufacturers have certainly provided the wherewithal, for, though last winter's velvets were lovely, those of this season surpass them In qual ity and in variety. The oottonbnck chiffon velvets are shown In beautiful colorings, but It Is, of course. In the all-silk velvets that triumphs have been attained. One may have them In plain color, and so soft, light, and supple that they mnlto tho old-time velvet seem a clumsy stuff. Ribbed Bilk velvet or silk corduroy Is also offered In all the new colorings, and Is considered very chic for street costumes. Pompadour velvets, floral panne and short-haired plush, upon whlrh a do elgn appears to bo printed or pnlnted, are among the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 22 February 1906

Jackson Herald. HmVlll.lCAN IN I'liMTHK. L. T. L. Note. TlTlll o.: For one ve.ir . iix nmnt lis . . Three m ml lis ("leo ill'n- f.ir t lie II kh at n arc if n.-Hi : The L. T. I. held a very ir.t r- - ! esting meeting at the home of B V. M'SK IThmmiku I Mr.. MapKi- Haya Tuesday, the z- - 2lllh. Frank McCuiiiv wan up- j ..S-AUmVv;:,,?.: W" p-into,! .instant trenm.iv. by tho , pi'CH lent, j fni ; There will no a ttehate ni mo next ir.t etinir, wliu:h will in- 1 1 1 l I ,:"o I nt tlui noine ol .mish rrooa n.-mi-:,,) kampf March ftth. The questi m I is: "rthouid tin- (Jovfrnmoi.! ,4 : the drink money." The H 1 N-! are as follows : The affirma' i . s - I are Alvin I'en.el, Pollie Taylor Ai)Vkktiin IIatks: LoinN (V I and Frankio I.usk. Tho imga- K;r;;:"M;:,,i:,rAM""i;tive8 ., imu Mabrey, mPti. p ,1 rati-K. Micp ny .nl rntfs i Slac k and Fred Masters. oiiide kn.iwni.li aniiln at i.,n. , A,y.n jVnzej wa9 nppujtl.,l i captain of the Legion. .1 CKSON. MO . FKl;. :i w , .;vi.ry member ia expect...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 22 February 1906

Immense Steel Dry Dock Dewey Now on Way to the Philippines Tho groat, steel dry dock Dewey, which loft Solomon's Island Doc. 28, to bo towed fourteen thousand miles to tho Philippines, is now well atartcd on her voyage, and If all goes well tho powerful naval vessels which are hauling tho immense and unwieldy Dtrur.ture will not slop until they reach the entrance to the Sues canal, tay a dispatch from Baltimore to the New York Herald. In towing the dock, hawsers having a total length of 1,220 fathoms, or 140 yards more 'than a mile and a quarter, will stretch between the ships and tho dock. This great length of hawser, together with the lengths of the ships and the dock, will make n tow of about one nillo nd three-quarters. ThcKe giant machines hooked tip will present a dazzling spectacle on tlear nights. Tho four ships convoy ;ng the dock nre fully equipped with Mectrlctty In the way of search and Signal lights, anil each ship and the iock nre equipped with wireless teleg raphy, so...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 22 February 1906

Jackson 11 Kit ai.i. w"'? . J" ,' !'.''"''1 "' """ ,''; uream vermifuge ..v"ir; .x; iic.i 'liu.ti w in i-oi.i i it I K. brl i'i i ii..ri at 1 In' i "1. 1 M.i R.-i-i.nil-.-hi .iltiT '....n. l I- . Ti'rm f-r t he Mkuai i r a- ..! Kiir "in' your Six nil iii li riirrt1 ni"lit li V r llic inniK'V if il fails In euro 17 ThE CUSRillTErS W. (Sr.. v. 's's si-nature is on cadi WO Hi E V The Cuck Doesn't Advertise. AHftQUHGEFilEKTS ILUK3IS CENTRAL R. P. I l,f 1 liuois (Vli!f.il Mnhrt i'ri litinMr il:.,! - nlrr. nii'l i-n-i;il. 1 hr l.t'.t ul' i i ,. i ii-, , I 'i ii ! i ;i i . I In P ii t i m 1 1 v ) ' Is.i m- i ii :i nil U .'iM n -r I :i i - f i Mm i " fc! 1. Hirii'ii..t i .Hi'l l.i ul-- ! , , . . .. .i i )i in Srw Pi I lit : - i i : ' ' i - ' ' 1 'n- W inlt i j pi i -1 i i ... 1 - ul ' -..Hid. liM-!tr!!i.j Naw Crises:?, VicU&urg KING OF ALL LINIMENTS CURES RHEUMATISM AND ALL PAIN 5NTS PAIN II UNNS.SCAINS, 11 B V P: ? olo 0e. CHICK IN , NUCKAOm, LUMNAQO, m . tj m VI I M -J fcTIFF JOINT, C...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 22 February 1906

In Honor of Senator Warner, was not a hIow moment durinp who had served faithfully in the Ithe four hours. At each plate Union army and joined with oth- i The Whip-Pom-Wills of Wash- , lay u copy of the 'United Stales' erH to establish Ihe (i. A. R. ()r- injjtnn gave an enthusiastic wel- Intelligencer,' on the first pane der in Kansas Pity. It cauic about 1 come in honor of Senator Win. of which was a fine halftone of in the most natural way that lie n with him 1 ) C. G., P. & C. Time Card. Wurner of Missouri, u few nights the guest of honor, nnd on the should he connected ago, and the National Tribune of next two pages a biographical during the great struggle, that city had the. following in part I sketch of him. On the last page "The Whip-Poor-Wills enthus to sav of the affair: ! was a sketch of the' Whip-Poor- iastically indorsed lien. Cpk. "A soldier's welcome, that is i Wills. veiior for another term in pun what the Whip-Poor-Wills of j "Of course, there was music, grpss, a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 22 February 1906

Fear O i!.-l:l;1tiR chllil. 1 'r.ir ore. weighed elosvn with care, Hi reconciled. Tur Jesus nnswors prayer. When so' ruft s come, Anil whi n temptation's near, lin thou Hlhl play; Through prayer comes Christ's food cheer. Fear not life's woo. linrt Is n Father kind; How tenderly Hn Icadeth home the blind! If 'lis not now. Put In the coming years. Faint not. believe; God wipes away your team. Some time 'twill come. The answer longed for most; lie brave, dear child. 8tund tlrmly at your post. (Copyright, 1906, by Deacon Job Potter entered bis kitchen and seated himself with a deep sigh on the bench. "What's the matter, Job?" asked Urs. Totter. "I'm consarned, Hannah, I'm con warned. My sperrlt is as clar as tlpring water, but I'm consarned about what these byar rarnal minded people, will say." "What's happened?" Inquired Mrs. Potter, anxiously. "I was drlvln' to hura thin afternoon when who should como tip to me but Morderal Pratt a drivin' that there two hundred dollar critter he bou...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 22 February 1906

1 Truftt our even to no one without a medical education. TAKE YOUR EYES TO TUB BLIND ASYLUH Ami af'cr liivirlnK tlio licart remliti',' I .lt .-. nf these MMr un fnr! iniiites. p it there l' having I heir ce. cxiiniiiu'il inul glasses III O'l ' In I'D,, iiv "Kl- i ! I ii'lmis ami .stiiuele IVIilicix,' h" 1 1' vtui will K" ot) I i I lie r 1 1 ii iv IiIiiiiJitiiik by cli in iiix (iiir eyesight to tlicni, or whet her you will consult sonic one competent. It Is its In nacr ous for ymi to have your eyes ex amined or Kinases fitted by tills class us It would IK! If you were sick to enter a tlriiKtflst's store without a physician's prescrip tion mid commence samplliiKthe different hot tics on his shelves. In one (vise, it would mean death, in the other It means impaired ey -slhf if not total hlindness. Did you ever stop to think that many of you are unknowingly wearing glasses lmproMTly lifted hy tills class and that, glass of this description do more harm than good? Although the glasses I ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 22 February 1906

fc ofhh a 'so ' UK CMARLHS N0RRI3 DUTim AifAof of wur of feinnef W Jtvtenofi Vufi Copyright, 1!03, by Charted Morrln Butler. , CHAPTER XXIII Continued. The few days following the thr'.'l ingUlncldents narrated above wore con.".irnUvi'ly happy ones for l.ouls Lang. In the duel with Whalen be tiad been pricked and cut a llttli: the wound In his head Rave him slight rain and trouble. The strain on nl8 lierveg and his sensitive nature pros trated him temporarily. For i week or so hei played the Invalid, Perhaps lie would have convalesced quicker or perhaps not at all If he had not been halted fcpou and tenderly nursed by Pearr Huntington and the pood doc- tor. ucr father. There was something besides bodily sickness and pain that ailed htm. and that was love. The lack of the care anil encourage ment of a loving companion was what had made our hero the devil-may-care sort .of an Individual such as he ap peared when Jim Denver met him In the basement saloon when the twain j formed the co-p...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 22 February 1906

Tumors Conquered , Without Operations Unqualified Success .'of Lydia E. FinKh&m's Vegetable Compound In Cases of Mrs. Fox Convention of Pips Smokers. ' At a .convention 'of pipe smokers, held In Brussels the other day, the president, M. Kos, informed his hear ers that It took hinr threo hours and seven minutes to get through one pipe. A'plpe, ho said", would outlast 'three, hours if filled in a particular way loose at the bottom, firmly In tho mid dle, and agn In -loosely atthe top. "Further," enid h,o, "you must give up your wholtf mind to the "process. Pa tience and determination make the true Bmokcr." CERTIFICATE OF PURITY V -v , .. and Miss Aaams. Every Woman's Duty. It Is absolutely wrong to Imagine that there Is any virtue In being dowdy; and I would go. so fnr as to ssy that ft Is alntoat afduty for t.t'W l . -r ' . Maaaaaaaao. la aaa-.l !&!! : j I Mhll)fl iJs-i ' ni.'n(iv'iWi r'l,,rrmtinf T.wiltn ibv thenhvalclan and hesavs I have no sterna E. l'lnk hum's Vegetable C...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 22 February 1906

RULES OF PIANO CONTEST. 1. Announcemknt This Piano Contest will be Conducted on strictly honest nnd business prin ciples with perfect justice to all oonoerned. Under such con ditions a Piano Contest is sure to prove a great success. 2. Prizes The first prize shall be a fine first-class Piano, a lead ing make, valued at $400. Many other valuable prizes to be an nounced later, will bo given in their order, according to value. 3. Candidatks Any young tady in this county is eligible to a place in the Contest. The most popular young lady is the one who shall receive the most votes. To her shall be awarded the beautiful Upright Piano. Other candidates to receive prizes in .order, according to value. -4. Classes of Votes The votes are issued in coupons in the following denominations: Ne ulm-rltln .Vm voIoh fur fl.ua ffeiiewal Siitmrrlptloret 4m Totra frr l.ou UeoevKl more ttiitn I yt'iir . A hi "iiUmi fur l.on Hk SubocrliiilonH .35o rutcH fur l.iO dr rnl AilviTllstiu 3o rutin fur l.W Job r...

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