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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 3 October 1901

Time SN HERALD CIRCULATION 1000. Jl.00 I'ER YEAR. B. F. LUsicTiilitor. IN THE INTEREST OF THE PEOPLE AND TIIK REPUBLICAN PARTY. . ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. VOL.4. JACKSOi 'M).47, . .. " 1 "T.T'J ' " ' ' - " ' TJiJ. 'JT S.1" - ' - "- r J ' ' 1 fCcipyrtetit-J tore ry the J. 8TNOPSIB. CTIAPTKR I. A fmrly of cavalry r STillls unT char 0' Corp- Cvir.-iHlr, way tu Baa Fraccttco, cbsi-ire cars at Oa ten and are eoiore-le: to swaed mi oM. us ee ear. A rcMnra eoscc privet. Keelcr, la on. of ISe recruMs. At O-den I-K-ut ftturveaest boards the train sad is struck mitm lh beevtr g a poet fesaele pesn- see. He trie to rake -ier sc-nuplnlsjic, but av ar.auevc.nfal. CHAHTRH ll.-Btuyvest leovr sti li Marlon Hay, (laugh or o Cel. Kay. Ha has an .noount.r lth atlrunksn recruit, . Murray, who iwmn revenge. Karly noit aiornlrtr the old rtmlt oar la d.tsrover-4 an ftr cav-! by hestns; of Jnurn-t boxs, and ttie saidteis hardly escape with UieJr lives. Stviv veesnt heip remie Murray, eut la severely...

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. — 3 October 1901

spus Jackson Herald. RETtBLICAN IN POLITIC. B7V. LVSK.. lUBI-IWIKR Rntr t tfa txMtofflrn at Jackaon, Ho., M Mceod-clRM matter ov.mtar 4. IW7. Terms (or tUe Herald ore as fol low: For one year . 11.00 Sit month 50 Throe month 30 MOKim: Aire 14 Besldonct 141 JAjCKSON,. MO.. OCT. 8. 1001. j.. - Skxator Chandler, republic can, of Vermont, takes an alarm ist view of the trust situation, lie says anion i( other thingn: "The peoplo hnvo the remedy in their own hands, and if the suf frage is not overromo by corrup tion, fraud, or violence, success wjll attend tho coming counter movement against the twentieth century attempt to- revolutionize the laws ot production and com merce by organizing huge ecmbi natione of wealth in the form of corporations, by abolishing com petition, by oppressing consum era and laborers, by making the r1U enormously richer, while the pout Uud still in tbo'ir loerty, and above all. by arousing the many poor voters in our repub'ic into a dangerous cruade ugainBt tho...

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. — 3 October 1901

I The first attraction of the season at Wood Mercantile Co.'s. A full and complete stock of new and seasonable goods in which there are many real bargains in the much-needed articles of . every home. Come in and be Best Calico, best brands, only - - - .05 Best Granulated Sugar, 16 lbs. for - - $1.00 Best Salt made, per bbl., only - - -. 1.25 Good Suit for men, only - - . - - - 5.00 Iconvinced that we will sell you your necessaries for .. ., 3less money than anyone in Cape county. ) w S LOCAL HAPPENINGS. $ Wheat. 60cU for Hixty pound wheat, lc extra for each addition al pound over sixty. Next week it the Cajw fair. j'- . im. uormeyer went to uo&oto . ' r nr Nil umiiw it nuui iiru trn in i .i 1 1 i : i . . Meier Bros, J. T. Wood wont to St. Louis yesterday on business. Corn 65cis at the Cape County Milling company. Mrs. Eugeue Oborinillor Is on the nick list this week. New fall trooJs now in at lirueniog & Kci st tier's. li. J. Williams bus moved from Gordonvillo back to Jacks...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 3 October 1901

'if V i-.' c c d d a f P f a u C w & ti Ii, P io 1 tb r tb tit Id 8. Ha Sur ft- AV. Tb Fr fci4 HO c i su . - br or do ; SI l Southeast MUtourl Newt. Hismarck will havo f J,000 hotel. Jackson needs just such a hotel, with all tha modern improve ments. Stoddard county has now five roller process flouring mills with Sk dully eiipacily of over fivo thou sand barrels, which requires over fivo thousand bushels of wheat for each full day's run. Every bushel of wheat should be turned into flour before shipment. DluoiQofild Courier. r Judtfo Fort, in disposing of tho "'Ringer land cases' for this term, made the statement that he did not intend to take thorn up lor trial until the two cases now pending in the supreme court, which rained tho sumo legal and equitublo question, hto decided, thus avoiding a multiplicity of suits to determino the same question. Bloomficld Courier. Poplar Bluff is anxious to have Mr. llonck cxtond hii road north west of Campbell to that place and a corresponden...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 10 October 1901

'.!" " 5.V THE JAKSN Meisailp, CIHCOI.ATION 1000. $1.00 PER YEAR. III ! r B. F. LUSK, Editor. IN THE INTEREST OF THE PEOPLE AND THE REPUBLICAN PARTY. ONE DOLLAR PEtt YEAR IN ADVANCE. VOL.j (KSON7MlSSOUltIt TIIUUSDAYOCTOHKIt 10, 1901. fsO. iS. Corvrlghtr4 tone t-y the 8TNOPSUL CHAPTER I. party of ears try re am. t undvr coarse el Corp. Connelly, at) way to San Frnnrtw, eauirure wi at Of ta and are MU4 te board aa eld. ue aaed cr. A refined yeaac private, Ireete. to m of the rmihi. At Os-den l.wt Bttiyvtaauf boarde the train and la atracfe wlnj the beauty of a youas feaaala sae.in ser. He tries to make ber acquarxtaoee, Hit la aneuuoeaxfui. ituvrraajtt fliasovm Mi mttUt JH. us an encounter with a. drunaen recrull Hurray, who iwmti revenge. Mny nxt " moTiIng th old reuriitt car la dUx-overed ,? oa fire, caused by heating- of Journal boa, v and the eoldlere barely ntfa with their ; Urea. Stuyvreant help. rescue Mnmf, bt - i la severely burned, ellae Kay help tend the Uijur.d. inetiidlne...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 10 October 1901

J ackson Herald. RBFtlBUCAM lie POLITICS. fci.t' ', -r- B. F. LUSK. PCBLIHIIKR Ehtaf tt tbs oostofflre at Jackson. Mo.. M Mcasd-cliuw titer November 4. lav?. Terms fur the Hkrald are as fol lows: For one year 1 1.00 ll months 60 Tores months 30 rnoKU: pfflre BaolcUuce, 140 143 JACKSON, MO., OCT. 10. 1901. fc - 1 l - There are four probable re publican candidates for sheriff. Missouri is to the front in lead and zinc ore exhibits at tbe Pan-American cxponilion. Gape Girardeau should fur nish the candidate fur presiding judge of tbo county court next fall. Tin: Cape Progress says it has 7f)0 paid up subscribers, but the Progress man is like some ma chines we lia,-e seen full of wind. We hear some of our politician:) talking of a new donl in politics in this county. Wo don't quite know what they mean. Will some one please explain? The city aldermen deserve credit for opening up the street north of the court house, loading oast from North High street, and also for putting South High str...

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. — 10 October 1901

The first attraction of the season stock of new and seasonable goods much-needed articles of convinced that we will Jess money tK&n anyone W Local Happenings Wheat, 60cts for sixty-pound wheat, lc extra for each addition al pound over sixty. Sheriff Uockel mado a trip to Bt. Louis last week. For all kinds of heaters go to Meier Bros, C A. Browning will open a grocery store in West Jackson. Corn 65cls at the Cape County Milling company. V. J. Misonheimer was in Jackson last Friday on business. New full eoois now in at Bruening & Kerstuer's. Dr. A. L. Franklin paid Jtick son a business visit last Thursday. Fresh bread and confection aries of all kinds ut Wtignor & Son. Common pleas court at the Cape will convene next Tuesday. You cun buy corn from the Cape County Milling comptiny at 65cU. per bushel. Born, to Fritz Schntte and wile, of Kurreville, on October 2, a boy. A. II. Honnceke shippod threo car loads of stock to bt. Louis Monday. If you dettire real estato in Jackso...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 10 October 1901

BJSLIUIUN EXALTED. Hr,.Tlmaje Draw a Sermon fion th Worda..of Job.. aacoare she Ullrr'i Comptrltol , at Hollsloa aad m Hcaallfal i Crjelal I'urrer of tho Uospsl. ICopyrlhW 1K1.. hjr Louis Klopscta, N. T.) WnalUngiuo, Oct & Tin charm of an exalte! religion it by Dr. Ta Image In tbls discourse U- lu.trocd and commended;, text. Job, tf:17:. "lb crystal csnuut equal it. Muny of .the precious atoues o( the Bible buvr come to prompt reeiiiriiUien, Uut fur the present I tuke up the less Valuable crjstul. Job, In my test, Compares sating wiidoiu with a speci Una ot topaz- An infidel cbemist or julncralogtnt would prououuee the lat ter worth, uior tbau lLo former, but Job makes an lulelllgunl comparison, Ivoka at . relijflon aud tUpu. looks at tiie crystal aud pronouno a the formet a of .fur superur vulue to tht latter., cxciaiinuip, lit the .w.ords of my text; "J hp crystal uuunot .equul IK" No, it U uol u part of tuy seruionlc design, to. depreciate 'Uc crystal, Whether It be found lu ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 17 October 1901

The CIRCULATION 1009. $1.00 PER -Y EAR.- Jack B. F. LUSK, Editor. IN THE INTEREST OF THE PEOPLE AND THE 11EPIBLICAN PARTY. ONE DOLLAR. PER YEAR IN APVAMK. VOlTI " JACKSON. MISSOURI. THURSDAY. OCTOBKK 17, 1901. ICorvrlRliUl tgo Sy ttis C1IAPTEB XT. . But there wu llttl. merriment when, Ave minute, later, the house hold had taken account of atock and r.allced the extent of thrtr loaaee. Malrlle's hdtl evidently beon the lust room vl.lted. The dressing table and yrardrobe of the opposite chamber ihat ooeupled by Col. and Mr.. Ilrent had been ransacked. The oolunef. Watch and chain too bulky, he said, to he worn at dinner In white uni form hi. Loyal Legion and Army of the Potpmac insignia, and some prized though not expensive trinket, of hla good wife were gone. Mlaa Porter', little puree with her modest savings and a brooch that had been her mother's were mlnlmr. And with these item, the skilled practitioner had made good bin escape. On the flour. Just under the window In Muldh-'s room...

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. — 17 October 1901

I Jackson Herald. KBrUBLICAN IN POLITICS. &r. LUSK.. .PUHMHIIKIt Entnrnl uttlie pitnffl- t .thfliron. Mo., s ncDd-claM matter Ntivemlitr 1. Terms for tlio II skald are as fol lows: For one year 1 1.00 Six months 30 7bro months !I0 rno!rn: Ontrti 1M ItonlUgiice 1M JACKSON, MO., OCT. 17. 11)01. t --.-'! 1 ! - We are glad ro know that 'President Jesse, of tho State uni versity, is Ko'iDK to stop ''hazing." Tub editorials in tho Daily Republican have, tho riht liner, and we hope the young men will carry them out to tho letter. Jt Is to bo supposed that tho boys will have to overcome tempta tion unci MirnioiiDt obstacle in the poinical arena, but that pa per that will desert pai t.y faction nnd stick Mr'ctly to republican principles will be supported by tho people. Wo wait to sec which that will be. Wk heard a prominent citizen of our town say tho other day that there whs but one man in Jackson who successfully adver tises. He was liplit, and if our merchants und others can make mone...

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. — 17 October 1901

The first attraction of the season stock of new and seasonable goods much-needed articles of convinced that we will less money than anyone 5 LOCAL HAPPENINGS. I Wheat, (iOcts for sixty-pound wheat, lc extra for each, addition al pound over sixty. Walter Taylor returned from St. Lotus last Sunday. For all kinds ot boaters go to Meier Bros. Heury fiauor, Sr., returned from St. Louis lust I'Vidiiy. Corn C5cts at the Capo County Milling company. All nrce that Hit! fuir nt the Cape last woulr was the best ever held. New fall gooJa now in at Brueniug & Kerstuur's. Iiev. N. (. Liinohcnni and wife are in Cohuuhiu, 111., on a visit to her pureuls. Fresh bread and confection aries of all kinds at Wugner fc Son. Chas. Querry left List Friday for Toronto,' Cauu lu, to resume his studies in veterinary. You can buy corn from the Cape County Milling company at Cikts. per bushel. J. W. Liinbaugli had a lawsuit before Squire Schneider, f Dutehtown, lust Monday. If you desiro real estate in Jacks...

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. — 17 October 1901

Dr. Chambers Score DocUery. Concluded from first page Is known as "Judun," who is lotted oft with encb bunch to be slaughtered. The timid cattle are liable to bocoino panic stricken as they hear the slaughter stalls from the odcr of tho blood of former victims. So old Judas loads them to tho slaughter stalls with a tranquill demeanor that quiets their fears, and he ia turned back by a nido eato to lead another bunch, and so on for the season. I supjrose if old Judas could talk he too would say that H was satisfactory. Applnjao. But In timo tho season draws to a clow, and when old Judas, with firm trend and confidence of long and faithful service, leuds up the last bunch his keeper forgets to open the sldo gate and turn him back and he ia kept and slaughter ed with his victims. And so it will 1)6 with the democratic Judas of the reorganizes who load to slaughter the Bryan domocratu of St. Louis. Prolonged applause. 1 When ho utrppod out by tho side gate and stood and looked through t...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 24 October 1901

iteMM-lDo Jack son if $1.00 m mv CIRCULATION 1(109. bwMMMMSHMMM ' ...... ... , ... li7F. LUSK, Witor. : IN THE INTEREST OF THE PEOPLE AND THE REPUBLICAN PARTY. . . ONE DOLLAR PER TEAR IN ADVANCE. i fcf r 9 A - I n Oil 11" Ifj.ryii; Mti iv ty th. J. CHAi'Ti:n xvi. Vk. solemn assemblage witi that t the- KrmlU quarters of the provost piiard tin following duy. Officers of 1 k runty 1 . 1 1 u . in gleaming white, in MilAtV lthalft. rtiblu.d alimilrlAV. an'rl f elbows In (he crowded courtyard. In the presence of death the Amcr Icnn remembers that nun are horn c i i 1 and forgets tbo ccrotnoiilona ObM-rvnnce of milit-nry cotwtortles. AH otocs were lowered, nil discission hushed. There was a spontaneous movement when tbi division com cjiandcr entered and nil made, way ior hin without a word, hr.t stur dily nioou (he i'al. t-1 1 1 tile ami bold t'.cir frond ;ij.frtii,sL nil others, for the iirvlir.il mry clam. nation, us it Hi:,: hi be lali-d, w.i to lake plate at li'ii o'clock. The dead Ira...

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. — 24 October 1901

I. Jackson Herald. KErUBLlCAN IW POLITICS. " B. F. LUSK. .PUBLIBIIKU Rntr- lh prmtomre J wkion. Mo., M Mcoud-clua matter Novomtar 4, 1W7. Terms for the IIkraxd are m fol lows: . . . For one year 1 1.00 fill months 50 Three raoDtha .30 , 1S 142 KenlcN JACK SOS. MO., OCT. 24. 1901. Czolqosz will be electrocuted text Monday. On November 22 and 23 the republican tJitors of Missouri will meet la convention at St. Joseph. In answer to a little editorial In the Hekald the Daily Kepub lican of the Cape says, "The republican party of this county today standi) as firm as the rock of Gibraltar." We are more than glad to hear ibis for it was not always thus. Two years aj?o the republicans of tbis county inglo rioUHly beat one of the truowt and cleanest republicans in the county. My dear broihors. if you mean what VfU mlv. that you are for the bent interest of the republi can party, and not for any faction, here is our hand, and time will prcvo whether your actions belie your words. Wo hope to s...

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. — 24 October 1901

LOCAL HAPPENINGS. I Wheat. 62cU for sixty pound I wheat, lc extra for eacn addition al pound over sixty. Don't fail to fro to Bonne Terre next Saturday. -For all kinds of heaters go to Meier bros. Dr. L. P. Ruff in this week at Pocahontas. L New fall goo:ls now in at Dkuening & Korstoor'a. Tlomember the concert at tho Turner HrII tonight. Henry Behrens is handling Flachsbsrt's bread. Mrs. Ilaldaman and Bon Charlie ro Tisi.ing in Illinois. Coil at Bohrens' grocery store. one dour east of the old stand. Qus Markwort, of Perryvllle, was visiting in Jackson last week. Capes and jackets. New fall stock now in. Plush capes from $1.50 up at Bruening & Kcrst ner's. J. T. Wood sold hi3 intorest in Vao Snider & Co. store at White. wnlir ir A I ha ft. TiYiril ' 'L If yoa desire real estate in Jackson or surrounding country see L. M. Bean. Albort Kerstner and wife, of Bloomfield, were visiting in Jack son a few days last week. Big line of hosiery at Bruening & Korstner's. Our la...

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. — 24 October 1901

The.. Missouri , Dairy Meeting. Tho t'.volth nnnnnl. cotiycn'mn of tlio Misssurl Hairy association, which will be hold at 1'alniyrn, Mo., November 7 0, promises to bo ft very important occasion, and will bo very largely uttendud by dairynion from all parts of Missouri and from 'other state. Tho railroads have malo a one nnd u third opcu rate from all points in Missouri to Piilmyrn, und the Dudli-y hotel will tnsilfQ a Bpocinl tutu to all attending the; convention. Cash premiums ntnoncting to ?20, three gold medals and a silver cup will le u warned on butter and choosy nhown; also premiums for papers on feedin?. exhibits of silau, etc., will bo offered. Tliero will be an amaz ing array ot premiums offered for local competition, including a ?25 Jersey licifer. There will be larpo exhibits of dairy machinery. A btronit program of papers ntnl addresses has boon pro pnred, arid the eminent speakers selected to address the convention will ccver the dairy idd in an iutercKtiug and instruct...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 31 October 1901

The Jack ORiTLUlO.N 1 000. sue fa ieir. F. M'SK, K'IUT. IN THE INTEREST OF THE PEOPLE AND THE REPUBLICAN PARTY. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. :.. ,'QL. 4. JACKSON, MISSOURI, THURSDAY. OCTOBER 31, 1901. ISO.. 51.- pin. CTT A PTpR l.-vi :.Tiiv of ojvrMrf r. ftjlta unrWr rhfuj ot Corp. Wtit.nUy, m onq tr comKiivO io i-oam id oil. u- i ftn ear. A Maxa rovcc private, rui, aa. ot tb tK-njIli. .vt Oy4on lAmiU ayr'rtmt lxwr; ft., tram aj:1 la atrurk tr.o tK-auty tit n ;'i?uw lmuii pnwni X'l" . I' ,0 mnam r famalsrtauce. lit Is lUurf nil ill. Mrtcr. Ray, datuciilar of Cel. Ray. H vfcjea an nonuntfr with a drunkm mcrv.it. Jrowrray. who aittarii rrv- Karty njtt laserr-lnff thit old ravrvit car tn tilacuvwve lea lira, aturr-u t.jr haatina; ul Journal bnu, end thx roMiwi Isirrty ac-ip wUh thlr FjIvm. kjiurvM itit twIjK rverjia Murray, but srrri.ir Imi-iwkI. I lav hln t.ml Itjurixl, inclusion Bltiyvjaam. Foa ijsr. slthcimrh Injured, devlan ba I la fifraed ot no ud. CHAPTKH in.- HIM Ha loavat (r...

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. — 31 October 1901

Jackson IIekald. IlCrUBLICAN IN POLITICS. V. LUSK. .lUnustmn Entered At tbe pontofllrn Jnckson, Mo., cend-clsm mutter NuTt-mber 4, 1SOT. Terms for Uio IIkhald are as fol- ,oW: " For ono year . 11.00 6I months . .60 Three months 80 Jim 1 141 JACKSON, MO., OCT. 81. 1901. V e will won havo two as good lunik buildings ns there are in Boalhom-t Missonrl.f A Letter to Farmer. Eorroit Holmes, of the Pled tnont Banner, is disclosing some of Congressman Robh'a loiters. . N. A. Mozley now has his name on the supremo court roll He ic entitled to prucllco in that court. Tub republican, party in this county has a good majority aud nothing should bo done that will lesson this majority. Mtss Hklkn (.lot-Li) has beon appointed a member of tho women's board of managers of the St. Louis World's fair. The secretary of state ban our IT.iiDkH for n wipy of tho "Ohio book.'' It contains ft full history of the Louisiana purchase. Czoloosz was electrocuted at Auburn, New York, Tuesday. Thus is hu punished ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 31 October 1901

3 .3 t LOCAL HAPPENINGS. S Wheat, C2cU for sixty-pound wheat, lc extra for cacti addition al pound over sixty. See us if you have any old - carpets for Bale. For all kinds of heaters go to Meier Bros. .Bob Litleror sold his rcstuu- rant to Guy Flynn. New fall goods now in at Bruening & Kerstnor's. Mr. Ed Fraizor, our conductor, is taking a two-weeks' lay off. Henry Bohrena is handling Flachsbart's broad. Henry Keretncr returned from Eloomfioli Tuesday to attend school. . Call at Behrens' grocery store, one door east of the old stand. K. C. Kricsler has quit black smithing at Allenvillo and is now in Jackson Dock Reid and others, of Fruit land went to Wayne county on a bunt Tuesday. Vegetable of all kinds at "41" on Wednesdays and Saturdays. Payton llines, of Grand Tower, 111., is visiting the family of T. D. Hines this week. R. T. Reid, the champion house mover, will put up the now tele phone poles in a few days. Fresh bread and confection aries of all kinds ut Wagner & Son....

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 31 October 1901

Pawnee Bill's Great Shows. Pawnee iJill'n combined rnil roadshow, historical wild west, Indian nw3cunv grand hippo drome, exposition of trained animals and congress of noted chiefs and cow ooya, vaquero and n litmtluca number of special features will visit us next Eatur day, November 2. It is under i minaKemout which has in the pant MxHen years gained a most toviiiblo ri'pututi'jn ur dealing honestly and liberally with the public, and of presenting many features new and startling, and -. many feats which delight, amaze and amuxo. Our exchanges 6peak in the highest terms of both tho exceptional merit and high character of this grand combination, and it is the kind of show to which our readers will extend a hearty welcome. Gen uinc.Loveltios und something now in place of empty bombast and brazen extortion, ure what the iieoplo want now, and will liberally patronize. A new fca turo this season in tho Juvenile Wild West, arranged especially for the children. WILLIAM McKlXLEY, HIS 1.1 1'...

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