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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 1 March 1906

TTlHlE JACKSON ' DUEISALID). vrnri'.nl., NO. 1 "VOL. IX. .JACKSON. MISSOURI. THURSDAY, MARCH I, HUM J. -c Lap Robes and Horse Blankets a fine assortment. Come at. once. D. KLEIN. , rimmr r tit a wtsvs snrcr ;2 LOCALS j Wheat 80i to-day. C. A. Sawyer of Little Rock, Ark., is visiting in Jackson. Remember that the time in short ' that you have to secure votes in. Ret to work and bring in new ubBoriptiorw an they are what ounts. Mr. and Mrs. John II. Arm-'-strong have taken rooms of Mrs. Francis and will make this city their home. Mrs. Chas. Davison and chil - tlren of St. Marys, are the guests . f her father, Mr. Henry Cald well, of this place. For Hay see Ed. Howard,. laok- ion, Mo. I'rof. MeChesney, supt. of the public schools of the Cape, visited Itev. Latham and family a few lays last week. Ivt the contestants and their friends pet busy, as the time' is not long that they have to get subscriptions in. For Sale; Four town lots in a . f)od residence part of Jackson. Apply at this of...

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. — 1 March 1906

VIHTEIMVEAKKESS Dr. Williams' Pink Pills the Tonic That Most People Need for D:cod and Nerves. In winter the nir of the dose rooms In which we spend so nuirli of the time does ii"t furnish enough oxygen to tlio lungs to barn out tlio foul matter ill the) blood. Ia t lie coM senson wo do not exor cise ns much mill the skin mid kidneys do not throw off the wnsto mntter ns freely asnsunl. Thesylem heroines overloaded with poisonous matter, nnd too feeble to throw it ntf. Kolicf can bo lirnl only through tlio use of n imnedy tluit will promptly nnd thoroughly purify nnd Mrciigtl.cn the Mood, mid I ho olio best adapted for this piirpiso is the great blood touie known as lir. Williams' 1'iuk Tills. "They acted lilt? mngio In my ease," said Mrs. Clara L. Wilde, of No. 877 Fariisworili nvenue, Detroit, Mich. "I was weal, nnd thin and could not sleep. My stomach and nerves were out f or der. 1 can't describe how miserable I really vm. I drugged through six Inoiiihs of feebleness, (.-rowing w...

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. — 1 March 1906

Afternoon Gown Made for White House Bride How to Do 8ash Curtain. I All sortg of inep?nslvo ways of tlttmlng snsh curtains are being rot-tod to by girls who want some thing a little out of the ordinary, yet ho feel that the money they want to ilpend upon fixing up their rooms can a spent more profitably upon other things than curtains. Cheesecloth Is even used for some If the least expensive sash curtains, ind they are made rather wider than Ibe usual curtain, so that there it bore fullness on the rods, and fin ished with narrow, full ruffles. Scrim curtains, with band of Irawn work just Inside the hem, or a (and of Hardanger (and both are easy to do on such a wiry, loose mesh (tuff) are stunning, and cost almost lothlng but the work. The dots in dotted Swiss may be mbroldorcd either all over or in a border, or In motifs here and there. If you embroider them In color use jmbroldery cotton In one of the "old" lhades of blue, or green, or rod. Or Swiss Is pretty loft untflmmed. Stenci...

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. — 1 March 1906

t Jackson Hkuald. II KITH LI CAN IS IttMTIl1. fl tr. LVSK. l' T.I.IMIKK Activity npells victory in ev- be improved, or out of our own crything ami this is no less true mouth we will be condemned. in our Popular (iirl Contest. It is work that w ill win. Fntrroc ut Hip pixii'lt'-"' l:wi-.". ki .ocund-ilix- niHiivr Niivmilii-i '' TlTlll f"f I In" IlKHAI.K ri' )!' il own: Tot on yi'ir x months Three mentis i.ou : ..ro ! .:' .Jack the slabber eonfesed to the stabbing out of court, but ; now, when in the court room, he ' pleads not guilty. Tiik KepublicHii congressional convention for the 14th district have been thinking of a great Orren Wilson, Attorney at Law AND Notary Public. Collection a Specialty. Cape Ulnuileuii, Me. meets at Caruthersville June oth It) name a nominee. So if we have a good idea or a good thought that we think will be a help to our brother, let uh say it. If our knowledge is never developed or known to our neighbor we are a drono in any community and our education i...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 1 March 1906

En-vironment Or bull, ynu pnwd dn dug" ontll Hit nettled on yo' buck; You bPllrrrd 'cross do gT(inny bill, Kn ynrlln'n dared yn' track. You hook' elo clnyroot 'cr'ro 't wua raid, 'N' you could n' lan' fcr tint. You hud Mr- notion In yo' hnld; ' 'T wub BprltiR, vii you wua fut. lint now yo' bark's bowed, cn yo' h'r 'H a-Mnndln' up on eon'. . lilt 'a dnlfl Rrnan, dnid Rrnns uvvywhar, Hut not h tUKsIck Rrecn. You dlaremcmbers how you run When I went otter you. Kn bow I dwoHted In do nun, Kn how you nutchly How. Oh, you kin stun' bohln' dat stack Kn nibble at do straw, Hut 't nln't no dua' upon yo back; You do' know how to paw. You could n' boiler now, ner run; Ynu 's Kind cnouKh to stnn', 'T wus Rrnns en water cn hot sun Wut made you ich a mnn. -Charlotto Observer, (Copyright. 1905, by Betty never faced anything square ly.1 She had long been Btich an expert t dodging an Issue that she was com monly referred to in her Immediate circle of near aud dear ones as "The Artful Dodger." All th...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 1 March 1906

J ackson L1i:uau. KM'l Ul.ltA.N IN I'l'l 11 It J V. LI'SK. I'VlU.lsIlMl , ;"run.t..-lH mutter N..vmitiiT4. IM. IVrm- r..r II'.- Tor one year. . x nionitiH hree niniitli" llKllU.1i arc : rul- 1 .00 . . .r.o :to ImMi'tl.'P Cream Vermifuge THE GUARANTEED WORM DEMEIIY f II L III L U I V THE CHILDREN'S FAVORITE TONIC. atwaiic or llITTIO. TMt SINUINI PIKIO OMIT Ballard-Snow Liniment Co. fT. LOUI, MO. Sold unit t Icei.ll.inclxle.l l) DR. W000S pvkktims Uatks: l.ocnN .. .nr lir ner, inserted. l'r..i. i-niil ,..I U.lr;ites. i,.,..y...lr:U Mini- Hi 'w '"I MIiI'l"'''11"11- .1 CKSON. MU , MAlini 1 I'M'.. This Is VVi lU Ut'inonilM rinir Whenever you have a coimh or cold, just remember that Foley's Honey find Tar will cure it. Ho not rik yourhnalthby taking any but the -inline. Iti- in a yellow package. Sold by W. A. Trick ey. A Washington Birthday Party. The home, of Mr. "ml Mr. Philip Hyde was the scene of a brilliant (lathering: on Thursday evening last. Twelve couples -A our city's youne; peo...

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. — 1 March 1906

Why Merchants do Not Advet- increase annually. Here is where ftmlner and identifying him J then, tite. the right kind of advertising when the examination is appfov would cause an increase in his ed, to arrange for his initiation C. Ci., P. & C. Time Card. No. Nr.T No. S'.j.s Nu. 1 business. As for the merchant and to conduct him to the lodge; 1 2 AM 4 mi I'M 11 lit AM mm AM in Newnpiiperdom s.iys: " l hu reason why niiiny miuii dealers .l.in't advertise i-. beeaiiM' Kverv individual effort in a town tmdd to further itsadvunce- who argues people know him and room for thut purpose. Put your- mcnt, however nmall that effort liis goods and considers ad vtr.U- self in his place suppose that i i it-i intrinsic value may be. In ing throwing money away, let us you were left to yourself to hunt the case of advertising this can suggest that if he would adver- up the examiner, often a Btrangcr he proved by owners of t-nnill ; tiso the new goods received, in- to you; then suppose that you s...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 1 March 1906

TRACED TO EMPEROR TIBERIUS The Sun. Utah ride the Hun; All ilny bin emu-let a run To i)fHAurt mr, tu ti Iiik tne forms and d cs. Of flower I Imp, to warm And rnnrm, Nn bright l Ik' Those lovely lint nre his Thnt piilnt trio rnlnbew, ruses only glow Hernnso ho made them sn. And pliim'ta wiilt hla i,'n To shin.-. Knr hr Is strong: And whi n tin- black cloud throng To shroud his face, still, bum behind their voll Thp Rrint sun doth not full. Nor cxer ccumo the while To smile. Thou nit thp sun: Why nhoulilsL thou bo undone Hecauso of clouds? Tliliuj own the gen erous tl:inie That Hutu thee; still thp same Thniivh all the face of di.y He Kl Thou art thp sun: Thouph cloud confront Hipp, rone Are tliire ntie t:ixk thou hast, to shine )n worlds that dukly pine Till nil their forests sot lug And sing. Mary Howe Totlen In "TliornlJ and Other I'oi-ms." Children' Namei in Syria. In Syria the names of children nre very odd. They suggest those of our Indians inasmuch us the child's name Is ant to...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 1 March 1906

Truxt your eye to no one m'twut a medical education. TAKE YOUR EYES TO THli BLIND ASYLUH And after lieurlnir tin; lic.iit-n-uiliiii! tales of these poor 1111 fori ii null's, put tlicio Iy lisivinjr tlii-ii eves examined ami nln"' lilted "liv cvc-ili'stroyili',' so culled ijil leliins ami Npirtaeli' Vi-dilliTM," w If you will ko on in tin' fut urn ItluudiTliiK ly vliiim iiitf vourt-yi's (Ii! tntliPin, or whether joii will ronsiilt some one com pet cut. It Is us (liiiitfer ous fur yni to liavo your eyes ex amined or kIiisncs tittM ly this rlas us it would In- If you wt-rn Kirk to t-ntor a diunlst's store without a physician's pp-scrip-tion and c4iiiimeneiK:imilln)fthe different .bottles on tils shelves. In one ease It would mean death. In the ot Iter It means Impaired t-veslKlit if not total lilindness. I tld you ever stop to lliink that maiiy of you are unknowingly wearinu glasses Impnipi-rly fitted by this class and that glasses of lids description do more harm than tfoodV A It honu...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 1 March 1906

an FTO(S W CHARLES OopyrlRht. 190. by CHAPTER XXIV. Lang Explores the Tunnel. An a manor of precaution against avosdroppcrs, bcforo entering Into the conversation between Dr. Hunt ington find his daughter, l-atig attended to the locking up of the house, and sta tioned Wilson In the front parlor as a guard, while the trio adjourned to the front room above. Dr. Huntington took a seat In an easy chair, with Pearl standing at his back; Louis paced the length of tho room several times before speaking; at last ho stopped before the doctor's clinlr. "Dr. Huntington," said Louis, "when I married your daughter I formed tho union as a means of protecting her from harm. Now we find that Is, twith of us that we really love one another. I have sought this Interview to request you to consent to our mar riage. In reality." "Is this your wish, Pearl?" nskod the doctor, and there was a tinge of sadness In his voice. "It Is, papa." Pearl nnswered, fondly lilsslns her parent, and attempting to hide he...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 1 March 1906

CAUGHT BY THE GRIP RELEASED BY PE-RU-NA Pneumonia Followed La Grippe Pe-ru-na the Remedy That Brought Relief. Mr. T. Jlnrnccott, West Aylmcr, On tario, Cnn., writes: ''Ijist winter I was 111 with pneumo nia after having la grippe. I took Peruna (or two monthn, when I be came quite writ, and I cnn say that any one can bo cured by It In a rea sonable time and at little expense." Systemic Catarrh, the Result of La Grippe. Pc-ru-na Receives Credit for Present Good Health. Mrs. Jennie W. Oilmore, Box 4, White Onk. Ind. Tor., writes: "Six years ago I had la grippe, vhlch was followed by systemic ca tarrh. The only thins I used was Pe runa! and Mnnalln, and I have been la better health the last three years than for years before. I Rive I'enina all the credit for my good health." Pe-ru-na A Tonic After La Grippe. Mrs. Chas. K. 'Wells. Sr., Delaware, Ohio, writes: "After a severe attack of la Rrlppe, I took Peruna and found It a very Rood tonic." "Most Effective Medicine Ever Tried for La Gr...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 1 March 1906

Notice. 'ur Piano ;imi Popular Girl contest w ill not close simiii'i' than April iSth nor will it run longer than May Hist. Somewhere be tween theo dates it will In- c-los-d. Wo make this announce ment for the beneijt of those ask ing when the contest will close. The ernon Music Com pan v, ac wording to our rules, will name late of exact closing; in ample time for all. RULES OF PIANO CONTEST. 1. ANNocNCKMKYr Thin Piano Contest will be conducted on Mrictly honest and business prin ciples with perfect justice to all concerned. Under such con ditions a Piano Contest is sure to prove a great success. 2. IW.ks The first prize shall ! a fine first-class Piano, a lead ing make valued at $100. Many other valuable prizes t be an nounced later, will be given in their order, according to value. C.WDIIi.vtks Any young lady 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 hliall be awarded the beautiful I'pi'igh...

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. — 8 March 1906

TttflE JACKSON' MlEMALID), VOL. IX. JACKSON. MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MARCH h, IDOli. NO. 17 Lap Robes and Horse Blankets a fine assortment. Come at once. D. KLEIN. r b a a g t i a a mrrmr LOCALS j Wheat 80 to-day. II. R. English went to 8t. Louis Monday. Wagon harness for $10 atC. II. Wolter's. Go see them. See L. C. Hoffmeister for de sirable building lots. The county court was in session one day this week. Let our contestants remember that it is the new subscribers that count. Mrs. R. T. Henderson of this city has been quite sick but is getting better. The fastest way to get votes is to got new subscribers. You get $00 votes for each. W. A. Trickey has moved into the Charles Slack property on west side of town. Plow gears and collars of all kinds at C. H. Wolter's. Call and get prices. For Timothy, Red Top, Or chard .Grass. Blue Grass, lied Clover, Alfalfa, Clover and ev erything else for spring sowing, call on McAtee. . Dr. J. J, Mayfield of Jackson will move to Schumer Springs in a ...

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. — 8 March 1906

Midwinter Designs. Ilh'ck cloth relieved with trimmings of bright velvet, outlined ith black lirai'l. among thn new est midwinter designs, ami tho tints arc made to nin'.rh the gowns; black with trlmm-ir.gs of t'.io bright velvet, with ostrich tips or small v.lngs of thn Fame color. Most bcn-r.-.lng nnil cftcetivo a one suc.'i costunio, whose skirt Initio full nnd gracefully about the feet. The tratu was quite long, while JiiBt around tho hem of the skirt, three Inches from tho ground, was a band of rcblo'fur, the only bit of fur on the costume. The waist was made with n snuill, round transparent lace yoke,- below which fell utmost to the M'als t line a deep lace bertha. The transparent lace sleeves were largo, and shirred down the centre beneath narrow strips of cloth. Val enciennes laee, with a bit of Irish ap plique, was used for the bodice. A New Lingerie. Among the newest thlncs In corset covers nre the boned taffeta and fine Jersey, waists, tight fifing, and taking the place o...

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. — 8 March 1906

The Government of Canada m Gives absolutely FREE to every settler one hun dred end sixty acres of land in Western Canada. Land niljoliiinBT this run bn purclmnod from rntlwuy and lund companies at from 10 to 1 10 portiere. On this land tills venr hits ber-n produrod upwards of tweuty-llvo bualiuls of wheat to the aero. It Is also thfl host of prrir-lnp land and for mixed limning It has no superior on the continent. Splendid rllmatn, low taxes, railways convenient, schools and churches cIobo at band. Write for "Twentieth Century Canada" and low rullwav rates to Superintendent of Immigration. Ottawa, . Cmiada; or to authorized Canadian Cloverninent Apent J. S. Crawford, No. l'Jft W. Ninth Street. I -.. .. . , ,1... Vf tua....t n r I ltM,llTliltli Koom 4I1U, Qiiiney Biiildlntf, Chicago, Illinois. Mention. this pnprr.) You can generally come to a square undtTSliiiidiiiK with an honorable man. Smokers linvo to call for Lewis' Slnplo Binder ripur to net it. Your dealer or Lewis' Factory, ...

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. — 8 March 1906

Jackson Hkuald. REPUBLICAN IN I'OUTtC. B. K. LUSK rmiuciiKH Rntrc lit llif pintofflor Jurknnn. Mo. tt cond-i'lHiK mntter November I. lfT. TerniK for the IIbkald are axfol 'own: or one year l-0 Six month k SJ Three months 30 Dfllre Apvbrtisi no TIatks: Local tie pft line each itiRertlon. Professional Card B per year. Lpgul AdrerM-i-tnenta legal rates. IMsplayad rates made known on application. .IACKSON. MO., MAliCH K. IWi. The first Democratic editorial association ever held in Missouri will be held at Jefferson City, April 13, Jefferson's birthday. Before we forget it we desire to tell our readers that, Chas. H. Daues is not a candidate for con gress but he will be a candidate for re-election as prosecuting at torney. Richard Mansfield announces that he will soon retire from the stage. This will prevent the pub lic from ever knowing whether or not he really had the makings of j a great actor in him. j Thk Japanese are about to i adopt the dieting fad and will dabble in breakfast foo...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 8 March 1906

Jackson Ui:uali. KKl'UHUCAN IN FOLITH . 3 K. Ll'SK.... rirBl.iwiiKii . . . t,.m. ut .Ifii-UNitn. n sacond-cla mutter N.itoihImt 4. I. Tormi- for the IIkuald are :i-f"l ows: For one year. ... Hx raoniliK rhree montlis 1 (l.i)O .f0 .HO HHrl toalilnnre.. . 14 . 142 V M.M.JL JL JaUaWi Cream Vermifuge THE GUARANTEED WORM DCMCnV 'a-' II L III L U I THE CHILDREN'S FAVORITE TONIC. IWI Or IMITSTIONa. THt aiHUINI PKCPAHtD ONLY Ballard-Snow Liniment Co. T. LOUI, MO. Sold and Urcoaiinonflprt by OR. WOODS Aovbhtisino Baths: Local fe ,er liti.- ench Insertion. Profi-wBl'iiiiil "drd t' per ve.tr. Legal Advertl-c-Mit-le?il rates. Diaplnji'' r l's nnde known on ti ppl icat Inn. J t:K -ON. M') , MARCH 8 I'.KHV Profitable Linseed Oilmeal a Hog Food vU 60 YEARS' EXPERIENCE ar a. & d m Trade Marks Design COPVRIOHTS C. Evory farmer knows that oil meal Id gorxl fur cattle and also that it will pive a great gloss to the coat of a horse, but when it comes t' feeding hops most far mers consider oilrnenl ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 8 March 1906

BARGAINS IN A better time has never presented itself to invest your money in Real rotate in the eity of Jackson than how. Kvery indication shows that we are going to have a new Jackson; therefore, take into consideration that all pood property will advance a great deal in a very short time. Now is your chance to get in on the ground floor. . I hnve several fine building lots in a splendid location. These lots will be worth at least 25 per cent more than the price J now ask for them in less than one year. I also have some extra pood improved property to sell. Let me show you these S properties before'luiying elsewhere. f Respectfully, ''V3 1 L. C. Hoffmeister. 1 raiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuimiuiiitiiiiiiiitiiiiuiiiaiiiuiiimamiii General Robert E. Lee. ' admiringly of our great men, and i expressed a willingness to do The following editorial taken what lies in his power to make from the Providence II. I., .lour- the approaching celebration at n il, Sunday, Fehru iry 4, 1006. show-) h;nv clos...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 8 March 1906

Truxt your eUe to no one without ft medical education. TAKE YOUR EYES TO THli BLIND ASYLUH . And niter hearing tin- heart-n-iuliiitr laics of Www poor ,m fort mint cn, put tin-re by having their fyos xamlnt'il and kIiishch fitted by evc-tlest roylntf " railed Opt Iclaim and SM-etarle IVddlers." hpc If you will jro " In the future blundering by ehiiiiclnij jour eyesight to them, or whether you will consult, some one competent. 1 1. Is as danger ous for vou to have your eyes e amlned'or Kli'-sscs tilted by this class as It would lie. If you were sick to enter a druKifist's store without a physician s prescrip tion and commence sampling lie different, bottles mi his shelve. In one cist- It would mean death, In the other It means Impaired eyesight if not total blindness, flirt vou ever stop to think that many of jou are unknowingly wearing classes lmproM-rly llttcrt bv this class and that Rlasses of this description do more harm than Hood? AlthoiiKhtlioRlasso.s they Klve you by their ma...

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. — 8 March 1906

' II 1'. 1.1 Mi. rillil'shl '!'. .lACKSdX MlSMirill. Tliry'ro tnlMns row of ruriV.'nr; M.ih;e a winter 11 still. I 'or llsqui xniiiix? It Is only after a millionaire cl os Hint one learns lmw many and whit relations ho had. A sign n thin woman Is popitlur: If her friends rail her 'fragile" in stead of "skinny." Whenever wc et a man who s:iys he l henpecked, ' raMier su.ipoct that It's coming to him. Whrn two yntinsr pioi!o cnihi.rk on the sea of matrimony one of them U pretty sure to rock tin- hi 'at. There nre people In K'lsia ivl'iw solo object In life li to think up new kinds of troMlilo for the crar. .The rami' of the now tlihf of t'i" O'-ans is Skinh l;a'i l.n '.:o I.e. ' )u can hardly say i( for lau-'.'.iitii' No sooner is one r port denied t! :t' KlrtK Leopold is losing his n. in 1 t '.in It is announce, 1 that he h.u got mar rUtl. A Cnliforni.i wmran l:;n adopti d a district messenger hoy, who u:li. no doubt, remind her of time -'.u s so different. !f tho czar riiccopiIs In ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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