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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 12 April 1906

V Additional Local. i Mrs. Mattio I. Bast returned home from California yesterday. 1 Otho Trice and wife of Bra zeau are visiting the family of T. E. McNeely this week. You can get hay at warehouse opposite Mill B. The biggest bargains ever of fered on buggies and road wag ons in Jackson you will find at C. H. Wolter's. Hay for sale at warehouse op posite Mill B. Mayor Coerver of the Cape was assisting the board of equal ization yesterday. There will be some Easter ex ercises given by s6me of the Methodist Sunday school pupils at the church next Sunday. Help the base ball team obtain some nice new suits by attending the drama given by the base ball club at the J. M. A. to-night. Do you want some photographs made? Williams is back in his old stand and will always try his best to please you. Let tho contestants note that D. Klein gives coupons. Have your friends buy buggies and harness there, and impress it upon them that they must ask for votes. For good hay call on Chas. Behrens at ...

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. — 12 April 1906

WORTH READING. Come to our store when you want your money's worth. You will get a good value every time you trade with uh. High grade and desirable goodH but the prices are unquestionably the lowest. Will quote you a few of the many prices below. HIrIi Grade Lawtw of all colors, per yard 5c and up Apron and Dress Ginghams, per yard 5c and up Fine Ready-made Ladies Shirt Waists, each 45c and tip Heady-made Ladles I'p-to-date Dressing Skirts, each. $1,00 am! up Pretty pattern Laces of all widths, each 2c and up Insertion to match. Riblams of all grades and Colors, per yard 2c and up Pretty designs of Kmbrolderios of all width. Spring and Summer Suits and Pants for men, Ixiys' and children. Special prices on Men's and j toys' Hat.s. 17 pounds of (irunuUited Sugar for $1.00 Carpets and Hugs of all grades and colors made to tit your rooms and suit your pocket-book. You are welcome to a visit to our store. REEIIAN & ABRAHAM. i M A RKBT PWCr PAID roif COUNTRY PKOOUCE. Jackson Branch, I...

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. — 12 April 1906

I. Our Pattern Department 8EVEN OOEKD SKXBT. Pattern No. 5505. Tills skirt la on f the newest among tbe many aklrU taown, and Is to bo recommended foi its excellent shaping. The model It it with Beven Kores, and Is smoothly adjusted over tho hips, the lower pari banning In soft, graceful folds. Th back mny be made with an inverted fcox pleat or In habit style and the pat tern jiroviile for either round or In step length. The design Is suitable fot silk, cloth, woolen goods and the heav ier washable fabrics. The medium size will require five and one-elghtb jrards of 44-inch material. Sizes fot 22, 24. 26, 28, 30 and 32 Inches waist measure. This pattern will be sent to you on receipt of 10 cent. Address all orders to the Pattern Departmentof this paper. Be sure to pive Rite and number of pat tern wanted. For convenience, write your order on the following coupon: No. 6503. SIZE NAME. ADDRESS Our Pattern Department CIBCULAR DRESSING SACQTJE. Pattern No. 5171. A dainty simplic ity Is sh...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 12 April 1906

GETTING RACK TO NATURE French Peasant Who Bad HU Own Ida of France' Principal Dnnffr. The French ptaxant who, aiore the day of the revolution, baa turned all France Into a kind or walled garden, Ik etill rlonely In tmrh with nature, r.nd In uplte of aajtatore and polltl i lanK, hid praaence In the miftnite. to which be brloge the acnae and ruriilng of the flelria. makas for national health. In proof of this, aajra Youth's Companion. U a llitle acene reproduosd by one of the aiithorn of "Sketches on the Old Road Through Franca to Florence." Between Argentan and Alencon the writer fell to conversing with a peas ant who, with Immense patience, waa ngaged In stirring the earth with vigor Into harvests. He also professed himself Interested In politics and eco nomics, and willingly talked on these subjects. "There Is only one thing." the peas ant said, at last, "that France has to fear." "You mean." said the writer, "this rellglmiH question ttio dispute witb church nnd pope?" "NiV I don't...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 19 April 1906

Mmi S, cicfarv s. VOL. IX. JACKSON. MISSOURI, THURSDAY. APRIL 111, liKMi. NO. 23 Want to trade ten New Buggies for Second-hand Buggies in next few daysa bargain. Come at once. D. KLEIN, Thie Jackson BUeisailp: j LOCALS : Wheat 80-5 to-day. The Herald oontest will close on Saturday, May 10, 1900. Piano moving a specialty with Beuokemann. Geo. H. Wilke of Oordonville, had business in this city Monday. Lowest prices on garden tools at Wolter's Hardware store. Aug. Eggimann of Whitewater had business in Jackson Tues day. Garden tools up to the minute at Wolter's Hardware store. The friends of Miss Flossie Kurre are beginning to wake up this week and she has come up the line. Garden tools of every descrip tion at Wolter's Hardware store. The close of the contest is an nounced, and aa it is so near at hand, we will publish no more votes till final count. Household goods handled care fully by Beuckemann's wagons. That contestant who does not work and go after the new sub scribers, or renew...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 19 April 1906

WEALTH IX CHKSSES; GREENS SHIPPED INTO NEW YORK BY THE CARLOAD. Smp in Wit Virginia Produces Enough to Enrich tb Gth rr Esy Rood to Riches. "That fellow over there I ths Wa tercress Croesus." laid tha clerk In BD uptown hole), noililiax In the direction of the theater ticket FtRnd, where a tilg, fine-looking uiin of 40, well dremtetl and tpimrently accustomed to New York hotel surroundlngf), m buying, tickets for a purty of friends, saye the Sun. "Fifteen year upo," continued the clerk, "he wua a poor devil down in the mountains of West Virginia, with nnthlriK hut what he could earn an a luborer nnd no prospects. One clay he went to Baltimore as a caretaker with a loud of cattle. "There he dropped Into a barroom and saw a plateful of watercress on the liar. He made some inquiries about where It came from, what It cost, etc. ami w.miI back to the Wset Virginia mountains ihlnkini: "He knew n piece of swampy Krouml where watercress ivvw nlmiiiiiintly. nnd he limned that there miht be m...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 19 April 1906

My Treatment rr Piles Is Oeslrabls Ikmn I t Not Un tha Knlfs It to MIM, Ing Almost Painless, CU. Hara you written to any of my fonne tatlenta to learn about me. tnl trot merit, methods, ability and reliability; slnos my first ad appeared. If you hare not, don't iut oft doing ao any lorurer; It 111 pay 70s tha beat or anything yo can poaalbly do. Every afflicted man and woman want to get well almoat everyone baa tried Borne many tlmea, to be cured. It don't make any difference how often You have tried and failed. It will pay you to In vrettgate my work. If after Inveatlgatlon you are not eat I ailed, don't come to me; If you are aatlefled, then place your oaea rn my handa, and be cured. I have been ealabllahed In 8t 'ouIr It yearn, during which time I have cured hundreds and hundreds of afflicted peo ple. My treatment, aa you will eve by tha letters written by my former patients, la mild, simple and In many cases almost painless. Write for free book for men. also free book1 for women...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 19 April 1906

Jackson Herald. R PUBLICAN IN POLITICS. B. F. LUSK PUBLIRIIKH : Unto roc at the pnntoffle Jiirliwmj Mo. cond-clww muttrr Nomber 4. IHVi. Term tor toe Hbiiald ure airi. or one year l Mi months Vt. - 1 .no 1 UrOQ IIIUHVIIB " JACKSON. MO., APRIL. 10. 1900. CONVENTIONS. . Precinct meetings, May 12, to elect delegates to the County Convention. County Convention, to select delegates to the State, Judicial and Congressional conventions, meets in Jackson, May 19. County Primary to nominate county officers, Saturday, May 26. The Republican Judicial con vention will be held at Jefferson City, July 2fith. The Republican State nominat ing convention will be held at Excelsior Springs, May 31st. ANNOUNCEMENTS. SHERIFF. We are authorized to announce F. A. Kage as a candidate for sheriff, subject to the voters at the Republican primary, M.iy 20. We are authorized to announce Bernhard Gockel as a candidate for re-election to the office of sheriff, subject to the will of the voters at the Republican ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 19 April 1906

Additional Locals. You can get hay at warehouse opposite Mill B. .. j . ' ' Born, to 6. B. McKnight and wife of Jackson, on last Friday, a 9-pound girl. The oontest closes at 4 o'clock, Saturday, May 19, 1906. Hay for sale at warehouse op posite Mill B. Died, at Neely's Landing, last Sunday, a child of M.r. and Mrs. Otto Schenimann. Mrs. Jas. II. Runnels and little niece of Neely's Landing made our office a pleasant call yester day. For good hay oall on Chan. Behrens at warehouse opposite Mill B. A. C. Walker and Miss Lottie Ates have been re-employed to teach the Tilsit school during the ensuing year. The biggest bargains ever of fered on buggies and road wag ons in Jackson you will find at C. II. Wolter's. Po you want some photographs made? Will iams is back in his old stand and will always try his best to please you. Married, by Justice J. M. Sni der, April 11th Grover Proffer and Myrtle Jones both of White water, Cape Girardeau county, Mo. Let the contestants note that D. Klein ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 19 April 1906

WORTH READING. Come to our store when you want your money's worth. You will get a good value every time you trade with us. High grade and denirable goods hut the priceH are unquestionably the lowest. Will quote you a few of the many prices below. Hlgl) (trade Lawns of all colors, per yard 5c and up Apron and Press Ginghams, prr yard 5c and up Fine IU-ady-made Ladles' Shirt Waists, each 45c and up Iteady-made Ladies' t?p-tvdiite Pressing Skirts, each. $1.00 and up Pretty pattern Laces of all widtlis, each 2c and up Insertion to match. UibUins of all grades and Colors, per yard 2. and up Pretty designs of Knihroiderie.s of all width. Spring and Summer Suits and Hunts for men, lxys and children. Special prices on Men's and Hoys' Hats. 17 pounds of Granulated Sugar for $1.00 l'arK'ts and lings of all grades and colors made to tit your rooms and Milt your pocket -Ixxik. You are welcome to a visit to our store. REEHAN & ABRAHAM. MARKET PRICE PAID FOU COUNTRY PRODUCE. Jackson Branch, I...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 19 April 1906

NOT ALWAYS BEAUTIFUL. TModels for Artist Are in Many Cum Quits Plain of Feature. "One of the most preposterous Idea la existence Is that regarding the pa) of Models and their physical attra tlvenesi," Mr. Robert Brlnghurst says, "In this country a majority of the models are employed In art school! r by Instructors of classes In paint Ing, drawing or modeling, and for purposes of Instruction any figure 1 good enough. "A budding artist can learn to draw ul paint, study anatomy and propor tion, Just as well from a homely model as from, one that la surpassing ly beautiful. There la no need of the latter at all. If one presents her self, all well and good, but as the schools and Instructors are entirely Independent In their needs she must e content with the same pay that rules for all In this class, which Is generally not more than a dollar for a three-hour pcmlnjr seance. As the work I", after all, only unskilled labor, It Is an exrppttonnllv good rule of pay at that. What olitnlns here...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 19 April 1906

m mm mm m m - - Voting Coupons given at each of the stores named below - -SO VOTES FOR iAOH DOLLAR PURCHASE, A fine list of Elegant Prizes for Popular Cape County Girls. Popular because their votes make them so. Tyfy ky -- ry: w"V --v .' Tyr : .'"77 wKrfy - .. -AS.'-. ? ; ... III tif . ' : 1 i ao. I'J '!;.,i-.:'J,"A'.'fc l EL:" ' CONTESTANTS. Miss Ruth Stevens, Cape Girard'u 150000 " Sophia Kinder, Gravel Hill 149400 " Marie Kipping, Tilsit 140750 " Iva Kurre, Oak Ridge 140400 " Winnie Slack, Jackson 135250 Mrs. Dollie Tuttle, Jackson 101700 Miss Myrtle Proffer, Crump 94000 " Daisy Morgan, Jackson 83400 " Flossie Kurre, Burfordville 77300 " Erma Pickens, Cape Girar'u 75350 " Linda Wagner, Jackson 63400 " Morna Beattie, Jackson 21400 SEVEN HUNDRED DOLLARS in PREMIUMS given in the Jackson Herald Premium . Contest. The least premium is worth one month's work. 400 400 ELEAIMT HAMILTON PIANO GIVEN BY VERNON MUSIC COMPANY, KANSAS CITY, MO. $100.00 DIAMOND RING - Given by citizens $70.00 $...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 26 April 1906

TME JACKSON VOL. IX. JACKSON. MISSOURI, THURSDAY, APRIL 2(5, IDOG. ISO, 24 Want to trade ten New Buggies for Second-hand Buggies in next few days--a bargain. Come at once. D. KLEIN. V X LOCALS 3 VJtJUUAAAB.P B OJl.ttJUaJLflJUU Wheat 80-1 to-day. Subscribe for the Herald. The Herald contest will close on Saturday, May 19, 1906. Cape Girardeau is to have a $50,000 smelting plant. Piano moving a specialty with ileuckemann. Dr. J. J. Mayfield moved to Schumer Springs last week. Lowest prices on garden tools at Wolter's Hardware store. Adam Weber, candidate for re corder, was in Jackson last Fri day. Garden tools up to the minute at Wolter's Hardware store. Tilden Miller and wife spent Sunday visiting the family of Wash Gladish. Garden tools of every descrip tion at Wolter's Hardware store. When you buy drugs, station ary, candy or ice cream at Woods drugs store aek for coupons. Household goods handled care fully by Beuckemann's wagons. See the beautiful writing desk At Wood's drug store...

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. — 26 April 1906

A I) M I N 1 ST 1 5 A TIM X 'S N ( T 1 0 K. Notice In hereby riven th.it letters of Hdtniiilxtriit.ioi) upon tin; estate of Frederick C Schmidt. deceased, have lnpti ir run liil tut hp undersitrnerl by the probate pourt. of Cape (iirardeaii fount v. bearing date the 21st dny if February, lww. All persons bavin claim against said estate are required to exhibit, thpm to hip fur allowance within one ypar from the date f said letters or they may be precluded trom any ben ellta of fi'ut'li rstate;an J If said claims be not pxhibifed within two years from the date of publication of this notice they will ! forever barred. Isamki.i. Schmidt, Administratrix. GETTING RID OF HER Br DOROTHY DEANE SIlKllII'F'S SALE OK REAL ES TATE IN 1'AKTlTlON. In the Circuit Court of Cape Glrar ricau County, Missouri. January term, 1 !HH. Friday. Jan 12, lixtti, it Winn the Mb day f the rt-itulur .Ian. term. l!HMl. of the said court In Id at Jackson, Cape iirardeaii enmity, Missouri. Hcnrv J. llohcek, Plaintif...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 26 April 1906

Oar Pattern Department XXMttr UDEftTWAOT. Hm Stood the Test 25 Yean. The old, original GroTeV Tasteless Chill Tonio. You know I what you are taking. It it iron , and quinine in a tasteless form. ' I No cure, no pay. 50o. I ! WHITB'O Cream Vermifuge THE 8U1IAITEEB WORM REMEDY THE CHILDREN'S FAVORITE TONIC. Ballard-Snow Liniment Co T. LOVIt, MO. Soli and Kecom mended by DR. WOODS Patters No. 56411. A broad tatter liar Is a distinguishing feature of this smart shirt-waist, made of watt aiohalr. Two broad tucks are laid tn the front from shoulder to waist line, and the neck Is completed by a removable shield and high-standing collar. The bishop sleeve is gathered tnto a straight cuff. Mohair serge, flannel, albatross snd linen are all recommended for the making. The medium site will require 2V yards of tS-lnch material. Sizes tor 14, 15, 1( and IT years. This pattern will be sent to yon on receipt of 10 cent. Address all orders to the Pattern Department of tli is paper, j Be sure to giv...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 26 April 1906

Jackson Herald. RBI'CBLICAtf IN roLtTIC. B. V. LUSK PUBLISHER Rnterrc t the pntfMr l jBrkMn, Mo. K cnnd-rlitH niKtw-r NuTfimlxr 4. !. Term for the Hkkald are km fol low: For one year ?2 01 month BO Three month v -30 moults: tmc JJ AMtdrnr AlVKTIINO RATKB! Local 6c p r line each limerilon. Professional Card 6 per year. Legal Advertlc menu legiil rate. DUplay ad rate made known on application. JACKSON. MO., APRIL 36. l06. W CONVENTIONS. Precinct meeting, May 12, to select delegates to the County Convention. County Convention, to select delegates to the State, Judicial and Congressional conventions, meets in Jackson, May 19. County Primary to nominate county officers, Saturday, May 26. The Republican Judicial con vention will be held at Jefferson i City, July 26th. j The Republican State nominat ing convention will be held at Excelsior Springs, May 31st. ANNOUNCEMENTS. SHKRIFK. We are authorized to announce F. A. Kage as a candidate for sheriff, subject to the voters at the Republican ...

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. — 26 April 1906

Additional Locals. ;: r Yoa can get hay at warehouse opposite Mill B. Married, in this city, on - April 25th, by Justice J. M. Snider, Charles Launius and Miss Lora Sellers, both of Cape Girardeau, We mean what we say, if you do not work or put your friends to work, you may win nothing. The prizes will be bunched, as we ean not pay if you do not work. The contest closes at 4 o'clock, 8aturday, May 19, 1006. The Herald contest closes Sat urday, May 19, the day the coun ty Republican convention meets in Jackson. This will be a good day for the contestants to finish up on. For good hay call on Chas. Behrens at warehouse opposite Mill B. Each contestant can note her vote and if she can raise herfvote to 300,000 or more, we will guar antee her a prize; but cannot Bay what may happen if she falls short of that. We do know that some will reach that number if they keep up their present work. Let the 'contestants note that D. Klein gives coupons. Have your friends buy buggies and harness the...

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. — 26 April 1906

WORTH READING. Come to our store when you want your money's worth. You will get a good value every time you trade with us. High grade and desirable goods but the prices are unquestionably the lowest. Will quote you a few of the many urices below. C.rade Lawns of nil colors, per yard 5c nnd up Apron and Dress Glmrhams, xr yard 6c od up Fine Heady-made Ladles' Shirt YVaUts, each 45c and up Ready-made Ladies' Up-to-date Dressing- Skirt a, each. $1.00 and up rretty pattern Laces of all widths, each 2c and up Itiserl ion to match. Hibhona of all Rrades and Colors, per yard 2c and up Pretty de.inns of Kmbroideries of all width. Spring and Summer Suits and rants for men, Iioys and children. Special prices on Men's and Hoys' llata. 17 pounds of Uranulated Sugar for $1.00 Carpet and Hugs of all grades and colors made to tit your rooms and suit your pocket-book. You are welcome to a visit to our store. REEHAN & ABRAHAM. MARKET PRICE RAID FOR COUNTRY PRODUCE. Jackson Branch, Iron Mountain....

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 26 April 1906

Our Pattern Department OWL'S FROCK. Pnttcrn No. 5519 No Btyle of raf lent ia more becoming to the llttla tlrl thnn tlio one ploce dross, and for tlint rrnnon It Is always popular: The no Blionn here is nuido of railet-lilue cwthmrre and in vofn over a riulnty white gulmpe. The dreiw closr in the front, the closing being concealed under a pleat. The square neck and edges of the short slashed sleeve are finished by a narrow band of Persian trimming. Serge, mohair, linen and pique are all adaptable to the mode. The gulmpe can be made of batiste linen, China silk or pongee. The medium size will require 3 yards of 36-Inch material for the dress and 1 yards for the gulmpe. Sizes for 5, C, T, 8, 9 and .10 years.' This pattern will be Kent to yon oa receipt of 10 eenU. Addresa all orders to the Pattern Department of this paper, lie sore to (fire nixe and number of pat tern wanted. For conTenience, writs jour order on the following' coupon: BREEDERS, ATTENTION! No. 8519. 8IZS NAME ADDRESS Ou...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 26 April 1906

fflg mm mm at 4 'lk p. ova Voting Coupons given at each of the stores named below except C. H. Wolter, Wm. Wagner, and Frank Mogler. . They are out. A fine list of Elegant Prizes for Popular Cape County Girls. Popular because their votes make them so. fea5:.5 Apt. '""''Usui i ii 'i i1 i CONTESTANTS. Miss Ruth Stevens, Cape Girard'u " Sophia Kinder, Gravel Hill ' Winnie Slack, Jackson " Iva Kurre, Oak Ridge " Marie Kipping, Tilsit " Myrtle Proffer, Crump Mrs. Dollie Tuttle, Jackson Miss Daisy Morgan, Jackson " Flossie Kurre, Burfordville " Linda Wagner, Jackson " Erma Piokens, Cape Girar'u " Morna Beattie, Jackson SEVEN HUNDRED DOLLARS in PREMIUMS given in the Jackson Herald Premium Contest. The least premium is worth one month's work. 400 ELEGANT HAMILTON. PDAM GIVEN BY VERNON MUSIC COMPANY, KANSAS CITY, HO. 400 $100.00 DIAMOND RING - Given by citizens YOU CAN GET FIFTY VOTES FREE For every dollar purchase at the above stores except C. H. Wolter, Wm. Wagner and Frank Mogler. They ar...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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