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

1 t t Time Jackson ALB). CIRCULATION 1800. l''OR ALL THE PKOPLK. ESTABLISHED 1807 VOL. X. JACKSON. MISSOURI, THUIISDA Y, NOV. 22. 1W5. NO. - TrrrroroTSTTTffyTnrirrs's ytq j LOCALS 3 ZXaJLSLSJLSiSLSjL!LSJLSLSiSLa.SI iSLSLSL Xj Wheat Goe to-day. Dr. W. K. Statlerof Oak Ridge was in town M-nday. do to Schaefer for Cravanette overcoats. Sell your wheat to Frank Horn. Fruitland. Mo. Charleston will soon have a new Catholic church building. For Sale - A good jersey cow and calf. Appy at this office. Frank Horn at Fritalnd. will sell you bran and slvn stiitf. Born, to .John K' m-' u-rl and vlfe of this -1 1 . !a.-t Thursday, a fine girl. If you want good I'oll't -o. try sonic that is sold at the new store. Ladies' Warm Lined Clow.; at Bruening & Kerstner !.;.''. Jas. A. Bowers was in our city Monday. Mr. Bowers brought in some fine turnips. For Kent A four room house and barn. Apply at this office. lied Com fots and F.lankets at Bruening & Kerstner I). C. Co. We run the tabulated v...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 22 November 1906

Caie of Rank Injustice. Not In years lias rank Injustice boon 4 wait to a man as It has boon to J. T. Harahan, vlco-prosidont of the 1111 nola Central railroad, slnre the son aatlonal mooting of tho atockhohlori of the company a fow wooka aso. Tho ethical mistreatment nerordoil Mr. Harahan has hoon throunh press re ports emanating from unreliable sources. Uurlng the past ton ilaya nil sorts of rumors rpfiardlng the future presidency of the Illinois Central have been circulated, the chief allegation being tho selection of Capt. Crutiimiv of the New York Central lines to sto cked Stuyi ant Fish. Th!a btory was out of whole cloth and was written by traveling newspaper gpnee writer. It was offered to a number of papers nd refused, and finally accepted by one from which It wis telegraphed throughout the country. The only ex planation is that the man who wrote needed the money, for Cupt. Grammar was never offered tho presidency of tho Illinois Central. If Mr. Fish were to decline another ...

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

pe-ru-na FOR CATARRH , ) OF THE Headthroat I LUNOSSTOMACH N !... I'wntTo.BLADUtw ;s AND PELYIC m 3 -MVj Wouldn't Fit. Some visitors from the north at tended service at a colored church In Alabama and were much amused when the good old preacher referred to John I. and John II. as "John with one yo and John with two eyes!" Itut when ho gave out a hymn be ginning "Purge Me with Hyssop," there was consternation in the choir and great fumbling around for a tune to fit the words. At last the leading chorister addressed the preacher: "Say, Brother Johnsing, won't you please try some odder yarb?" Lip plncott's. Herding of New Yorl-'s Poor. Paul D. C'ravath, cl.Ylrman of the tenement-house committee of the Charity Organization society, declares that a close canvas shows that there re in New York tenements 337,000 rooms that hare no windows. Few things are Impracticable Id themselves; and It is for want of ap plication, rather than of means, that men fall of success. Rochefoucauld. HOW DEBILI...

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

Jackson Hi:hau. KRrl'm.K AN IN rot.lTK f. B. V. H'SK rrr.UsiiK.it . m,v I Ft.tff-itr i.f tl.r n..tiifTI.M' Ht .Ilii'KM IS in .nml-i-l:i n.iitti T Niivimi'.Vit 4. 1' n.,., .... ,.r.. i. TtTll I'M III. Il7'lni'i . 1 'ows: For one year. . Six months . . . Three months Office . J " - ' , .... 1 there should be set apart a day AnvEKTieiNo Hatks: locals 6c , . . . . . r t ppr lino each insertion. rrotesHional of thanksgiving to the Ruler of Card IB per year. Legal Adverti-e- the Universe for his blessings menu leiral rates. OiRjilayacl rates , Sade known on application.7 . showed upon us as a people. - - - . Therefore, the president of the jackson. MO., Nov. 22. is. United States having appointed - - - , Thursday, November 29, 1906, The jury found a verdict that day is hereby designated as against D. P. Dyer for em- a day of thanksgiving in Mis fozziin? $61,500. Dyer plead sori: and the people of every not guilty. He gave a $10,000 bond ' ,: r.T,i i o j tions and assemble in their ac Wome...

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

HOUSE MOVING If you have, a hoiiwo or barn to move, cit 1 1 on or wrltu to CIIAS. V1NYAHI, K. F. I. No. 1.. .Iaiknon, Mo. Terms reasonable; work wit isfactory. R. 8. WOLTEK, OKA I.Kit IN STOVES, HARDWARE, TINWARE. Roofing: and Guttering a Specialty. Call on him when in need of any thing in his line. He will treat you right. JACKSON, MISSOURI. Dr. J. L.Jenkins, RESIDENT DENTIST Jackson, Missouri 0er Bchavfar'a "tors. Gold Filling, Silver Killings. Ce ment Filling. Artificial Teeth. Teeth donned. Plates repaired. Painless Kxtractlon free when Plate are wanted. KILLth. COUCH no CURE the LUNC8 WITH Dr, King's Now Discovery forC lOMSUMfTION 0UGH8 0LD8 IOotlt.00 Fret Trial. t Surest and Quickest Ouio for all THROAT find LUNG TROUB LES, or MONEY BACK. Slop ana flrur. how much n.one, ,o ! would sae if yen eat onr fuel hiiis riirht ; in two. d .tin do.6ted .he he.tin, power j ofrowFoaL The remit will be the atrone- est of ail art-uments wbr you ought to own a WUson Hot Blast Beater. It li co...

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

J The Jackson Herald " B. F. 1.1 SK, I'uhllahrr. Jackson : : : MISSOURI. Journalism ef To Day. The versatllo Emppror of Ocrmany la the latest critic of modern Journal ism. Ht deplores especially the UrJi ef preparation on tho part of those who engage In the business of molding public opinion. To obtain recognition In the ministry, tho law, medicine, or even dentistry, years of application re mit Ing In tangible evldonoo of pro ficiency are required. This, he thinks. Is as rt should be. but In Journalism, he assorts, a lad of 20 may sally forth, notebook In hand, make a collection of tinseless rumors, and forthwith pro duce and publish articles which may set the world on fire. The Emperor la not the only one who cherishes this delusion respecting the method of making newspapers. Even In this en lightened country, many otherwise well-Informed persons regard with a peclci of awe the smart young man reeking an Interview. They behold In him ono who possesses mysterious rower and authorit...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 22 November 1906

I IN SUKNT OLD SPAIN. lou n:y talk of skyscrapers that tower, And roar their heads hl(h to th sky, Sou of mansions may prate and stories re late Of tliolr wonders tliat daMie the eye; But there's something I ng of that'll Kramlor, Whoso beauties are hard to explain In a fur away land I have reared with a wand A custle In sunny old Bpaln. Tour mansions nmy gleam with their splen dors But what are tholr splendors to mo? tour columns of white may stand In their might Attesting to man's witchery. Tour hulls of pure marble may glisten, And gems Hush from over the main But there's nauxht can compare with my castle In air ily castle in sunny old Bpaln. Itnse covered, vino lnilnn, It stands there, With halls nil a-gllttcr with gold There's a fountain of wine a nectar divine That Is sweeter thnn nectar of old. Ton may hear, If you wish, tinkling music That Is balm for each sorrow and pain Thero are voices that sing with a silvery ring In my castle in sunny old Bpaln. Tla true that my castle ...

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

T.i i: i::. r . '.. c x i ; k u i t In' ii. .1 n n j i n: r ! n it - in Ui i. ! ! . ' ;i . ! .. !f l.ol. ' , , ti H'- . ;: v ' i.l .1' ' i ' ' i r--v. - FARM CHEESE AND HOW TO about 650 pounds of cheese. MAKE IT. j worth, at 15 cents a pound, (fair Whv do we help enrich the retaiI )rice- $!7-r,,)- If each beef trust bv buving high-priced faln,1-v consists of five members meats when bv oaintjr clieese we iU1(1 0iwh consumes ten pounds a would be jrettinir practically -vonr ln'sU':ul of four i,ounds tlu twice as much f..l. for our on" 1,,)X of lill),tts wuM l:lst monrv and at. the same time be thirteen years. Pretty cheap nidinu m:r f-llmv fanners? In after all. Now the milk: If that than four tosls lour l"'1' ''('nt lat aiu' tat at fchei-sner canita are Hh' creamery is worth 20 cents a ten annuallv. uhile in KtiRland l,oulul ani1 ,,u' skim milk is e amount is about fourteen W("'tn -; mits hundred for lccliHg, It'' loun(ls ol iivsh milk would be worth $1. One hundred pounds of milk wi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 29 November 1906

,,.lV (.n;IMI: Tme Jackson Hermb II t i'I S'' CIRCULATION 1800. FOR ALL THE PEOPLE. ESTABLISHED 1897 VOL. X. JACKSON. MISSOURI, THURSDAY. NOV. 2, TuOG. MhT) si g p o a a a o ssi sxinnnnnnryir i LOCALS : JLAJUUL9.il P B B BJUUUUUUL8JLO Wheat 65o to-dav. C. H. Wolters was over at the 5ape last week. Go to Schaefer for Cravanette overcoats. Logan Hines has typhoid fever, but we learn he is better. Sell your wheat to Frank Horn, Fruitland, Mo. Buy your Christmas handker chiefs from the Methodist Ba zaar. Frank Horn at Fritalnd, will sell you bran and ship stuff. Squire H. V. Hahs of Daisy had business in Jackson last week. If you want good Coffee, try some that is sold at the new store. You can get many fancy arti cles at the Methodist Bazaar, next week. Ladies' Warm Lined Gloves at ; Bruening & Kerstner D. G. Co. Henry W. Bartel: is going to clerk in the Bruening & Kerstner Store. For Kent A four room house and barn. Apply at this office. " Captain Bierwirth tells us that he th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 29 November 1906

LEADERS OF "SOCIETY" Men and Women Who Have Dominated the American Aristocracy of Blood and Wealth. MANY REQUISITES FOR THE POSITION Mrs. William Astor Had Natural Advantages, but Mrs. Paran Steens Ruled Solely Through (he Force of Her Will Ward McAllister and Harry Lehr Each Havi Had Un disputed Sway Look for New Queen. Now York. Tho struggles of men mid women of America to win t lit tlllo of society leiuler of this country, which in this connection is New York, has for years heen as bitter ami as earn est as any of the Intrigues of the old French court. In the endeavor to he acknowledged by the so-called Four Hundred as the local head of pay functions, millions of dollars have been spent, plots and counterplots hatched, and finally such sensational ism resorted to as have made the names of Ward McAllister and Harry lii-hr known. Each succeeding year has seen some new candidate enter the Meld for the coveted honor, and each year has seen new exploits which have fairly taken the bre...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 29 November 1906

INCREASED EXPORTS PRODUCTS OF AMERICAN FAC TORIES AND FARMS.' Under Republican Control Our Indus trial and Agricultural Output! Show an Enormous Gain Over the Demo cratic Period of Ten Yeara Ago. With four of the heat export months of this calendar year, including Sep tember, in front of us, Mho record i tl,0!)S,IM,GC2 worth of export to our credit, up to AuRuat 31 last. This Ih the Inrwat corresponding elcht montliB' export bunlncria we ever had. Hi-re la tho record of theno perloda, hoKlnnliiR with thut of 1901. the year following 1'reRldent MrKlnley'a aeo ond election on tho 1800 Republican platform, which plntform, aa did also that of 1!)04, reaffirmed tho principles of a full protective tariff protection, allko to American labor and American capital, sound money, necessary ex pansion, retontlon of nil territory ac quired and all the other Republican policies on which tho nine years' pros perity of our country has arisen, and by which alono that prosperity can bo retained, coutl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 29 November 1906

Jackson Herald. KKITHMCAN IN POLITICS. 8. V. MTSK. riTHI.IXUKII Rnlrroc at tlie niMionVc Mo. II awont-'ln matter Noveninor 4. . Additional Locals. Terms for t he Hkhai.u are us '"I ows: For one ye;r iM v miin I lit. Three nmnttiH 1.00 .f.0 Offlre 142 Awvbktisino Katks: Locals 60 per line ench insertion. Proffiwioiial Card 5 per yenr. Leftal AdvertNe-mentn-lcKiil riiteH. tispliy ad rntes mudo known on npplirntion. JACKSON. MO., NOV. 29. t!K6 Geo. Orchard of Poplar Bluff haa brought a libel suit againt the St. Louis Globe Democrat for $200,000. . It seemsthat the Illinois Central railroad officials are looking over the Houck road. It may be with a view to ownership. The two amendments voted on at the last election seemed to have received a majoriy vote. The ( home, Mountain View, yesterday first received a majority of by the way of Sikeston ; N ice Top buggies at C. II. Wal ter's for $35. The little 4 year old daughter, Kva, of Frank Mogler and wife died shortly after they had reach e...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 29 November 1906

HOUSE MOVING If you have a Iiouho or barn to move, call on or write to. ... . ( HAS. VINYAHK, It. V. I. No. 1. Jackhon, Mo. Terms reasonable; work sat Isfuctory. R. S. WOLTEK, ItKAI.KIt IN STOVES, HARDWARE, TINWARE. Roofing and Guttering a Specialty. Call on him when in need of any thing in his line. He will treat you right. JACKSON, MISSOURI. Dr. .J. L. Jenkins, RESIDENT wore DENTIST Jackson, Missouri Ovur Bchaefar'a Store. Gold Killing, Silver Fillings, Ce ment Killings. Artificial Teeth. Teeth cleaned. Plittea repaired. PalnleH Extraction free when l'latu are wanted. KILLthk cough and CURE thk LUNC8 v.;th Dr. King's New Discovory FORti ONSUMPTION Prle OUGHSand 60c $1.00 OLDS Frt Trial. Surest and Quickest (Jure for all THROAT and LUNO TROUB LES, or MONUY BACK. ORDINANCE NO. 267. An Ordinance Establishing: the Grade of First North Street From Third East Street to the Right-of-way of the Cape Gi rardeau & Chester Railroad. Be it ordained by the Board of Aldermen of the City of ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 29 November 1906

The Jackson Herald B. t". I.I RK, rul.llnlirr. : : : MTSSOFKI. The Teacher's Privilege. What nobler profession can there t tbnn that of passing on to youngei human brings tho boat thorc is In us? tt Is rather a strange contradiction lhat while education Is highly valued In our contitry, teaching on the whole has less honor than It deserves. "It Is a pity that, commonly, more care Is hart, yea. and that among very wlso men, to tlml out rather a cunning man for their horse than a cunning- man for their children." Wo do not pay our teachers enough for our own pood, Inco a liberal salary attracts talent not only In Itself but because It is a symbol of success. Half a million Americans are now engaged In doing what they can with 20,000,000 younger minds. Surely no half million Ameri cans arc employed in more important work. "Teach self denial," said Wal ter Scott (and something might be said of other virtues) "nnd make Its practice pleasurable, nnd you create for tho world a destiny more...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 29 November 1906

THE ENDS OF THE EARTH. Oh, lift your fmt and follow away To the bounds of the dark and the end of the day I JIclnlio! holglio! the Red Winds blow. And a flame of a leaf down the road doth to; Ji. coal, a spnrk, that dances away t.urlng and leading you out of the day To the hill that's black and the sky than redi . And a groat white star set low overhead. And a little white moon like a twisted thread Athrlll in the web of the well-wrought red. h lift your feet nnd follow away! The Rod Winds over your shoulder sny: The Ends of the Karth lie far ile far. Hut close as the lilll lo the grout white star; The Ends of the Kurtli are fair to lind, So red with sunset and keen with wind; And the spark of a leaf flees fast before, Slowing across the world's wide floor. Red, red, red oh, a sharp-blown fire! Aud luring you on like your heart's desire! Oh. lift your feet and follow away To the bounds of the durk and the ends of the day; lied, red, red as a flame are they!" HelKho! helgho! The Red ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 29 November 1906

KT I'NliKK OI K WING. And you'll Ih' safe on a rainy day. Mcknovs as well as tr-verst's visit those who least expect them. MONKY IKP()S1TKI FOR SAFK K KICKING in our hank Is a splendid think' to have In time of necessity. Thunksnivinn week is a rood time to open an SKvniint . us you II always lie thankful for cloini; it Call and c will arrange all details. The People's National Bank, JACKSON, MO. H OMESEEKERS' ROUNO TRIP RATES TO THE SOUTH at li-ntiV hi it nit.--, :i -li 1,1 i,u the ,m li, ti, II l-I ami tit point- tllll.l I in i:l V ..f (ill I hi' 1 1 l.t j lilt ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R. tti the Xrti Y i r home Tl.-M-t A: -'rut Will roinlt- :ittl i rain liin. 'mi! ua 1 1 lu l.i r itiit-n- tlitn is iHTi-wlth f tiled to tin- fat-t thnt on t h' November ilt ii ct'iiMm nn- ran v-it MISSISSIPPI INDUSTRIAL EXPOSITION Unit will lc lii'I'l In J;i.'kin. I m- -lull1 fuiil ti,l. Nun iniii i Tiili iiimI Imli. ( vii'iiivi- ills lay nf Srnti' ITimIucI". A -Tli il 1 1 unil ln 'hliii'lv. I.lvi- SIim'...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 6 December 1906

Time Jack ffUEKALID), lorii'l ttocioiy Columbia son CIRCULATION 1800. ' FOR ALL THE PEOPLE. ESTABLISHED 1897 VOL.Y. JACKSON. MISSOURI, THURSDAY, PEC. J, 1J0. oT LOCALS Fe b ft b a o o e o a o Q fl ftJLBJUUAAAAJ Wheat 65o to-day. Dr.C. V. Alsop is still improv ing. Sell your wheat to Frank Horn, Fruitland, Mo. Nice Top buggies at C. H. Wol ter's for $35. County Court will meet again Dec. 28th. County Court was in session Monday and Tuesday. More new surries a C. II. Wel ter's, go see them. See Schaefer for the best line of overcoats in town. Mrs. Frank VVhitestine return ed home from Sparta, 111., this week. Nice road wagon for $!50, $.Tt, and $10 at C. H. Wolter's. Mrs. Sallie L. Peterman is visiting her brother, J. T. Wood, in New Mexico. Bargains in buggies at C. H. Wolter's. Read Reehan & Abrahams big ad in this issue. The contract on the new court house began laying the Cape rock for the second story, this week. See Grant, Elbrecht & Co. for your Christmas presents. For ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 6 December 1906

The Jackson Herald " D. F. l.l'SK, Publisher. IACK80K. : MISSOURI. "TOYS OF YESTERYEAR. fT.w, where nre the toys of the yesteryear; Tlic jumping Jnck with It (taring red, The (uzzy dog nnd antlered do. The drum with its slicks and tuneful head, The Noah's ark with iu wooden crew. The luiilding blocks with the letters on? ,?he child liM toys tlmt nre bright nnd new, llut whore, pray, where have the old friends gone? Somewhere in the attic In corner dark The Jumping Jm'k nnd the split drum lie. The wooden crew of the Nonh's nrk And the tin of the haltered tnfnntry. There, half by the riil'Mell nnd dust con cealed. The fu2zy doff nnd the wooden deer, The hull. linn Mocks with their colors peeled Ilulf off, and the strlngless top Is here. Iray, where nre the toys of the yesteryear, The gaudy dreams with their colors gay; The castled hopes that were passing dear, The Joys of our boyhood's merry play? The man has toys that nre bright and new, Un the wreck of dreams new dreams up rear, Hut...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 6 December 1906

FIGHTS FOR LARGE ESTATE John Armstrong Chanler Seeks to Regain Con trol of Fortune Amounting to More Than One Million Dollars. PLAINTIFFS SANITY .Extraordinary Life Story of the Former Husband of the Princes Troubetikoi, Who It Legally Sane in Virginia, Legally Insane in New York, and Who Writes a Startling Narrative of His Struggles for Liberty and an Inheritance. New Tork. Can a man bo sane in one state and Insane in another? 80 It would seem. But John- Arm strong Chanlor, cousin of the Astors, fahum of the late Stanford White,, col lege graduate, student of psychics and -ex-husband of that brilliant, erratic woman, Atnollo Rives, now the Prin cess Troubotskol, Is not going to take such a decision as final. Next month his case comes up In the federal courts here In Now York. Mr.' Chanler.who has a fortune of $1,000,000, wants to Ret control of It. But the courts of New York say he Is Insane and not competent Lils legal resi dence is in the state of Virginia. And there the courts h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 6 December 1906

Jackson Herald. HKI'UHI.ICAN IN rOMTH B. B. V. LUSK . l'riu.isiifH KnliTPt t the piMufil,-l al .liir-Km.n, Mo. as .uccinrt-rlnKs mutter Nnvmi lii'r 4. lull. . Tr-rni for tho Hkhai.d an i.sioi- For one year l'J!2 din imintliK Thri... niniil.li ' Otflpe Realdem-e. I4 14 Additional Locals. Clothing at Schaefer's at prices to suit. Nice horse blankets for $1.00 at C. II. Woltcr's. J. E. Schmuke has been ap pointed trustee for the English Tiling and Manufacturing Com pany. For sole leather go to C. Wol ters harness shop. Bargains in Lap Robes at C. H. Wolters and very large assort ment. Mrs. Louie Wagner and daugh ter, Daisy, who have been visit ing in New Mexico' returned home Tuesday. See the big line of wagon and Why not get some new enter-: buggy harness at C. H. Wolters prises to come to Jackson? i before you buy. r-r gee jj0ffmeister & Heinberg Have the members of our com-jfor glovesJi mVbent felt boots mericalclub got all their axes . . STOUnd? . W n SWfr wpnt tfl St. AnvitRTt...

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