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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 1 June 1905

Tlit Drummers AttocUMon. The meeting of the drummers .at dhe Cape last Tharaday, Fri day and Saturday was a grand auooess. The parade eclipsed the .parade of any cireus; it was a very artistic and well .arranged Attain. Each buggy, horee nd individual was decorated in handtmade flowers. It was sim ply immense. The fair srouixk was full of people. There must hare been 10,000 or 15,000 peo ple there. Many leading firms of fit. Leuis had their president or other official attending iht ABSQOiatiOB. It was the universal opinion of drummers and St. Louis business mea that at. Louis treated the members of (the association aad visitors with more consideration, courtesy and hospitality than did any other town at which the association was held. The pro gram prepared by the citizens was good, And was carried out to the letter. J. M. A. Commencement. Marriage licensee. Win. Abernathy and Dora Johnson; H. P. Bnennecfce and Alrina Haman ; O. EL Eggimann and Matilda Keller; Geo. Finley and Edith B...

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 June 1905

The Herald. H. F. Lvsk. Publisher. JACKSON MlSMil 111. Otis thing Is cenaln. If hoops are coming Into style, feminine golf is go ing out. The proposed coffin trust is a very grave matter, that should at once re ceive the attention of the trust oust ers. Unlike President Roosevelt, Mr. Gntcs now feels that coins out after bears is bi.th dangerous and unprofit able. Two coachmen have married rich women. They have demonstrated their ability to drive in double bar cess. As a mild retort it would be Just like Mr. Carnegie to set aside a small fund for the maintenance of decayed dukes. There are tome persons who never will believe that they cannot buy up all the wheat in the world until they have tried. It has been discovered that women wore corsets as far back as 1600 B. C. Nevertheless the sex has managed to survive till now. The St. Iyiuis man who killed him self in order that his wife may be hap py has not set an example that will be gecera'.'y followed. Forhes Robertson declares that...

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 June 1905

WHAT SMART WOMEN ARE Vienna Biscuit. These are good to eat and not diffi cult to make. Rub two ounces of but ter finely Into (our ounces flour and no ounce of sugar and a plncb of salt. Put tbe yolk of one egg In a cup, add little milk to It, pour them among the dry Ingredients, making tbem Into soft, but not sticky paste. Roll out About an eighth of an Inch thick, cut It out Into rounds about the size of the top of a claret glass; out of half of these remove a smaller round 'from the center. Put these cakes on to a buttered tin and bake In a slow oven till a pale brown color. Melt two ounces of good chocolate In a pan. it must not boil. Spread some of the incited chocolate on one of the cakes and press another that has the center out quickly on the top. Proceed like this with all. Just before serving put a piece of red Jelly In the center. Graceful Tea-Jacket. Sweet simplicity and graceful light ness are combined In this little coatee nf spotted net, edged with lace and fastened wi...

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. — 1 June 1905

Attention! ATTEIMTO W ! Attention! ON ACCOUNT OF THE TREMENDOUS STOCK OF MERCHANDISE that we rany in store, we are unable to close out in the timer mentioned Ull Hull II till I Ur I IIC I I1CI.ICIIUUUO O I UUIV Ur I.SUIUIIANUIOC Wforw We dwfided to extend our Red TJ?f clearing Sale- a; few weeks longer. We send a cordial invitation to the people in Jackson and vicinity to attend our Red. Tag, Wearing Sale every day. The bargains that you. will find afc IL Reenan & Co. from day to day will never be equalled in Jackson again. Handkerchiefs. Men"! a n d Ladies' Handkerchiefs Ladies' Plain All Linen Hem stitched Handkerchiefs, regular values 10c. our price '3e. Ladies' All Linen Hand Em broidered and Lace Trimmed, regular price loc, our price. tie Men's Handkerchiefs, plain white, colored at He Hosiery. M7,7m'"'s J and Children s Hosiery plain Mark and fancy colors, regular price 30c pair. .now 15)c Worth '2.V. our red tag price lie Worth I.V. our red tag price Sc Worth 10c. our red...

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 June 1905

Me Jackson Heralb VOL. VIII. JACKSON, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JUNE 8, 1905. NO. 30 Go to Klein's for Buggies, Road and Bike Wagons, Surries, Saddles, Harness Whips, Etc., Etc. 1 ft C A I. S i juuULfta,Mmtt3 Wheat 95c to-day. R. M. McCombs went to Kan sas city Sunday. Fresh grooeries always at "41" Aug. Bierwlrth of the Cape was in Jackson Tuesday. A. E. Poinset of Whitewater was in Jackson, Monday. O. B. Niswanger of Millervilie was a caller at the Herald office Tuesday. Binder whips at all prices at Klein's. The town aldermen are pre paring ordinances, to have side walks made on all principal streets in Jackson. This should be done. We acknowledge receipt of the St. Francis River Improvement Association invitation to attend their convention at Memphis, Tenn., on Jane 22. Cigars, best quality, at Trick ey's drug store. Dr. C. V. Alsop will leave Sat urday, June 10, for a visit to Kentuoky to be absent about two weeks. Anyone needing his services will kindly note dates. On last Monday ni...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 8 June 1905

SlecpySand Thr r-9 a shadowy tlntil Ar1 ptorm-o!ri 1 ;ir;urs haven Tho w'.niN prow husht-il around it, '1 h-ir guard the i;ius krop, Thf (tr.y diram-tlvt-r minmurs; loopy Slorj'y Plot p." It 9 the IU of Plumber Coni( up nlnn the stinnt Amontr tho blitsomlurt bushes To ir.t in ill ow s lam!; In pence ,Ttnr nr.d dorp. WluU' L'i-iuitr. brancht'M uhl-per: "SU epySb'rpy- lcp!" New Oi leans U'imcs-DemocraU ToE-COAii or-. r ic.p .f.. liy 1 It was a g v.!,.:: ,:ay in October fcer favorite n.ei.th. Thinking of the aututr.r. In at::;.- rt:i.;r..!cd her that a man ha, I osce cx;.:hJ one .f her own half tLov.gl.ts i:i the words: "Autumn, is nature's holiday, a ltd nil her lovers should frolic with her, gathering rosetr.afy for' the winter." A Iir.tr was h.'.udcd to her. It rcaj : ' Hero. T inlay. "Pear Yo;:: Docs rosemary grow there? I am oi c:y way to Bather it, and lug that you will learu its hid ing places and be n.y guide. Nature's lov.-r ar.3 o;::s, A MAN." With the open letter In her hand...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 8 June 1905

I- : a w; - s '?:- art! 5IiS2 K mill & K- , WILDRED KELLER RESTORED TO HEALTH. THANKS TO PE-RU NA Friends Were Alarmed Advised Change of Climate. Miss Mildred Keller, 718 inth street, N. V., Washington, D. C, writes: "I can safely recommend Peruna for catarrh. 1 had it fur years and it would respond to no kind of treatment, or if It did it was only temporary, and on the slightest provocation the trouble would come back. "I was In such a state that my friends were alarmed about me, and I mi advised to leave this climate. ' Then I tried Peruna, and to my great foy totind It helped me from the first . dost I took, and a few bottles cured me. 'S Tt ti;it tin mr nnctUnf Inn T Wi. '(rained my appetite, and I feel that I urn HT)l'l-llV wen RUU BbrUU. Mildred Keller. Wc have on 61o manv thousand testi monials like the above. We can (five - our readers only a slipht glimpse of the vast array of unsolicited endorsement! Dr. Iiartman is receiving. $3.50 SHOES Son. TV, T.. PotiRlni tnnke an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 8 June 1905

Jackson Herald. REPUBLICAN IK POLITIC. B. F. LUSK PvBLienKB Knteret t the poatoffre at Jarkana,, Mo. as soecad-rlaM m fttl-er November t. 1W". were oppressed by state and state upon take the necessary steps for the church, and because personal Issuance of the bonds herein provided liberty and free enjoyment of life for and for building the system of was denied them to an intolerable water works and the electric light extent. This government has plant as herein contemplated. But If been established by them with a I at said elect ion It appears that two purpose plainly told in the two thirds of the votes have not been cast Terms for the Herald are asfnl Iowa: Wnr nn vpar 1 1.00 . t?ii months 50 1 law Three months -w C(Bp Eaeldeac. 14 142 Advertising Rates: Local Be rr line each Innertlno. Professional Card 6 per year. Liral Advprtie menm lepal rat. Display ad rate le known on application. JACKSON. MO., JPXE 8, 1B0S What we have written editor ially we have written in a way that sane m...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 8 June 1905

Additional Local. For Sale-Thoroughbred Poland China male ehoat; large enough tor service. J. L. Hatcher, Pocahontas, Mo. There will be an ice cream sup per in Oak Ridge, June 17, given by the Oak Ridge Star band. Refreshments of all kinds will be served on the ground. Every body is cordially invited. 6-15 I have opened up a restaurant in T. D. Hines' building, near Jackson Store Co. I kindly so licit your patronage. Aug. Loos. Fred Schaefer and wife, Wmi Nickle and wife, Miss Irene Del mar and Joe Mogler of St. Louis have been visiting relatives in Jackson the past week. They return home Saturday. Rom ember we are agents for the various styles of goods han died bv Chas. A. Stevens of Chi cago. Samples can be seen at our store. Morgan Sisters. There will be a box-supper and ice cream festival given at the Link school house, two miles north of Burfordville, Saturday night, June 10, under the auspices of the Sunday school. Every body cordially invited. Remember, Morgan Sisters are age...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 8 June 1905

The Herald. 11. F. T.t SK. I'lllllWllT. .1.U KM'N MlSMil Kl. M. Snntos-Pr.mcnt is not supersM tlenis. Ho is a; work r.ov ou airshli) No. 13. Water is 4 cents a gallon in Pana ma. The Americans there will sotn have It cornered. A marked decrease in the consump tion of beer is noted in (Treat Britain. Merely changing their tipple? The boarder who blew up a board ing bouse at I u; erne. Ta., meant to try the dynamite on the beefsteak. Toe cream is said to be a curj for hiccoughs. Don't have hiccoughs when you're walking with your best "girl." The pu77'e is why ?.e work when 100 to 1 shots win. nnd bookmakers are willing to l.ave their money taken away. A California woir.an committed sui cide because the was fat. She has discovered the only certain cure tor obesity. The inventor of the rubber collar must have reasoned that a great many necks were waiting for something of "that kind. A statistician figures that artists "present'' Jl.r.Oo.enu worth of work to the world annually. We should...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 8 June 1905

In oKeiB; Interests Some New Styles. Shot effects promise to be popular, Hot only for evening wenr but for day gowns. Shaded fabrics, also, are con Kldered good style. This effect Is be ing shown' in blouses; a shaded chif fon is used, tho top of tho blouse, gathered full Into a lace yoke or a high collar, being of the deepest tone, and gradually diminishing to the waist, and the sleeves reversing In progress of tint, with the full puffed tops of tho darker tone, and the frills below tho elbow of the lighter one. A pink shaded from a delicate sunset huo to almost flame was employed In one such model; and another was done In shades of mauve. In shot ma terials, from mauve to blue is a fa vorite combination, and so is from pink to pale purple; green toning to pink is also a pretty cnmmoplnce ef fect, and gray shot with golden yellow is iffrrtive in small portions. such as for a blouse rather than a full cos tume. Chiffon, thin woolen material, and silks are all appearing with shot eff...

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 June 1905

Attention! ATTENTI W ! Attention! ON ACCOUNT OF THE TREMENDOUS STOCK OF MERCHANDISE that we carry in our store, we are unable to close out in the time .mentioned 1.-4 lir 1 1 1 A t 1 - w m a , . . - -'v. a vA v . V UIVIV4VU IV V e send a rordial invitation to the people m Jackson and vicinity to attend our Red Tag Clearing Sale every & Co. from day to day will never be equalled in Jackson again. ueiore. ve aeciaea to extend our ilea Tat? Clearing Na a fw wpaIts lnno-or - --- o , ...j,. aay. me bargains tliat you will find at K. Reehan Handkerchiefs. Mens' and Ladies' Handkerchiefs Ladies' Plain All Linen Hem stitched Handkerchiefs, regular values 10c, our price 3c Ladies' All Linen Hand Era broidered and Lace Trimmed, regular price 15c, our price. 6c Men's Handkerchiefs, plain white, colored at 3c Hosiery. Men's, Women's and Children's Hosiery plain black and fancy colors, regular price 50c pair, now 19c Worth 25c, our red tag price 1 lc Worth 15c, our red tag price 8c Worth 10c...

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. — 15 June 1905

Tme Jackson Mekalid), VOL. VIII. JACKSON, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JUNE 15, 1905. NO. 31 Go to Klein's for Buggies, Road and Bike Wagons, Surries, Saddles, Harness Whips, Etc., Etc. OB B B 8 8 5 B fl 11 5 5 5"g8B 8"0 LOCALS 3 JLXSLiAULSLSLSLiaJLSIJLSLSiXj Wheat 95c to-day. Wm. Bienlein is painting the front of his pool room. Fresh groceries always at "41" W. L. Wilkinson of Sikeston was visiting in this county this week. J. G. Kies and J. E. Umbeck started to St. Louis yesterday to attend their church conference that meets at that place. Binder whips at all prices at Klein's. Posters are out announcing a big fourth of July celebration at Burfordville, Mo. Every body invited.' A good time promised. Frunk Burt and wife of Toledo, Ohio, und Edward Rust and wife Cario 111., are visiting the family of B. M. Morgan of West Jackson. Chas. Bell and Circuit Clerk J. E. Schmuke are Bpending a few weeks on that beautiful lake and health resort at LakeGenevi, Wisconsin. Dress making at Morgan Sis to...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 15 June 1905

Jackson Herald. RKTOBUCAM IN POUT1C8. B. F. LUSK VUBLIMIER atn tta poauifflrc at Jack win. Mo. (cond-rlKM matter November 4. Proclamation. Term for tbe FIbbald are as fol- Notice of Special Election in the City of Jackson, Missouri: Notice is hereby given that a Special Election will be held in the various wards in the City of Jackson, Missouri, on Tuesday, the 27th day of June, 1005, pur suant to and for the purpose ex Tor one year 1-JJ0 preH8eci in an Ordinance of jaid li month o : . Three months 30 City passed and approved on the 5th day of June, 1005, which Ordinance is Ordinance Number bSX:::::::::::::."";":""""-"' 1 228, entitled "An Ordinance pro- . -z I viding for an election for the es- Advertising Ratks! Loral c tablishment of Waterworks and rer line each Insertion. Professional for lightine the City with Elec- vara o per j-enr. ut-nm f n-c- f T )... menuT-lepil rates, Display ad rates trie Lights, and of which the made known on application. Put Jackson to the front by vot...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 15 June 1905

SOME PRECIOUS METALS. TU So-Ctllt4 "HobU" Mtul Th - Formation of Platinum. On the slopei of the Ural moun tains and in Brazil, California, Aus tralia, Canada and many other coun triesapeeuliarpubetance known as na tive platinum i found. This ie an al loy of thr metal plutinu in. palladium, iridium, osmium, rhodium and ru thenium, together with a little gold and iron. All of these except the luet mentioned are the "noble" metals. They do not tarnieh in the air, and are not soluble in any single acid. Their values per ounce, according to Chamber' Journal, are: Flatinmfl, 95.; palladium, 190s.; osmium, 200.; iridium, 250 rhodium, 400$.; and ruthenium, 4'0?. Thu mo?t plentiful metal occurring in native platinum is that from which ii takes its name. This metal ie of a grayUh color, and.withoncexccption. is the heaviest mibftance known. It fusing point is extremely high, and this property, together from its free dom from tarnUhing, causes it to be largely used for the manufacture of cruci...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 15 June 1905

Last Chance for the (Bleu Sale tfl. . 1 J J 1 . I .1 1 ! 1 "eTw, A W n"e 1 r -1 i ne uoous io at one-imru tne itcgimu n ice at u. iieenan cc jo. Remember this is your iat chance for the goods left at tho Hod Tag Sweeping Sale. We now offer you the goods left tit one-third of the regular price an opportunity that will never present itself again. Hosiery. and 1 dies Hose, rec lar price 10c pair, now 50c doz gu- Locc 'n M ',u t - yd 1 in. wide at. . 10c vd Ladies' Under Vests Regular price 25c iece now 15 for 25c 10c piece now 3 for 10c Men's Underwear Regular price 50c now at. . 17c Men's Suspenders Price 25c now at Sc pr Lace Curtains ri vds long regular price .fl now. . . :?Sc pv Handkerchiefs. M,M,S! a n d Ladies', now ;() doz Needles and Pins 10 packages Needles and Pins, regular price at 50c, now at 10c RflZOrS ''-u'a1' P''c $". now at 7bV each Lead Pencils u ru1;ir r;(,' doz.. now l.!c doz Men's, Boys' and Children's Clothing. Single and Double Breasted Suits, in fancy worsted, ...

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. — 22 June 1905

TFteiE-.Jackson Hekmjd) q Jao F Koehler JuJy 25 0-i VOL. vin. ,1 ACKSON, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JUNK 22, 1905. fsO. .32 Go to Klein's for Buggies, Road and Bike Wagons, Surries, Saddles, Harness Whips, Etc., Etc. JLSL&SULASLSLSUULSLSLSLSLllSLSLSLXSLSU Wheat 00c to-day. Al Sehmuke spent Sunday at home. . For fine buggies, wee Wolter. D. U. Scibert of St. Louis was lie re Monday. Hinder whips at all prices at Klein'. L. S. Pepper of DeSoto is vis iting his mother of Jackson. Cigars, best quality, at Trick ey's drug store. Last Saturday was the hottest day we have had this summer. For Sale A good fire-proof safe. Apply at this office. Born, to Then. Obermiller, Jr., and wife, on last Saturday, a girl. For Sale A good second-hand organ. Apply at this office. Mrs. Lizzie Hunter of St. Louis is visiting relatives and friends of .Jackson. Klein's is the place for wagon and bugpy harness and saddles. Dining room girl wanted at the Central hotel, Jackson, Mo. Ap ply at once. Call at Trickey...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 22 June 1905

UTVBUCAH IN rotJTICt. Jackson HeiuldJ JS" JZTii water works and electric lights everybody in town will be bene fitted, for there is no one in town but what has property either per sonal or real. There is no one Proclamation. "J5. F. LCSK 11-BL1HKR atr th pontofflc st Jsrksnn, Mo, sscosd-cls natter NoTmbr 4, in". Notice of Special Election in the City of Jackson, Missouri: Notice is hereby given that a Special Election will be held in the various wards in the City of who can afford, from a personal Jackson, Missouri, on Tuesday, Term, for the Herald are a fol-! standpoint, to vote against the , the 27th day of June, 1905, pur- lows: 1 proposition next Tuesday. We euant to and for the purpose ex- month T .... '60 have interviewed the mayor and pressed in an Ordinance of said Three months .30 on-: Pe- RMld-Doe ' ApvaaTiPiso Rates: Locals 6c Mr line eeh insertion. Professional Card $5 per year. Lefral Advertise city aldermen, and we find they ( City passed and approved on the are a unit...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 22 June 1905

Jackson Herald. REfUBLlCAN IN POLITICS. IS. V. LUSK Pimi.isiiF.u OFKK'E: Northwest Cor. Tulfllc Huvuiti'. PHONES: Hell1clli-f 1:1.1 Office - 10 KnteraU at ll.e pnstortlce at '"'" Mo at second-class mutter Novembers, 1Mb. Term for the Hkuai.d arc 11s fol lows: 4 . For one year n Six mont,lis. ' Tliree niontliH 4U Ofllcp.... UeHldeun piionkk: AnvERTisiso IUtks: LocnN tic ppr If n; nich IiiNcrtii.n. l'mfrshioiiul Hard r inr yt-nr. Itr.il Advert -t-tiioiiU-l-niil rat's. lisilny ml ratot tiindc known on ainillcation. D. 13. SAWYEK, VETERINARIAN, JACKSON, MO. JACKSON. MO., .It'NK : Court Directory t!IO."i County court meets at Jackson tho first Monday in I-Vhruiiry, May, August and November. Probate court meet atUaekson the second Monday in February, May, August and November. Circuit court meets at. Jackson the first Monday in January, May and the third Monday in August. Common pleas court meets at Capo (iirardeau the fourth Mon day in January, May and Sep tember. Frisco System. TRAINS HK...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 22 June 1905

P DARKEST RUSSIA? Oof jrl, tm. T faith. All rlkM Nnmi -YH3 To tay mat nty wore mated at tba traniformatlon but faintly de scribes the effact llda'a worda and action! produced. They loosed on to the other and then again at the young girl who atood before them. There was not one of th. j mho did not know that Alexia Na. 'off could only be reached over the dead body of hie defender, and that Ilda would fight to the death. There was a hurried whispering, and Kirahkln moved to the front. Suddenly he made a apring for Ilda. But not too quickly for her not to detect h: object. The knife descend ed, ar d Kirahkln, the blood atreamlng from bit breaat. waa berne back. "Ob. wretches, coward that you are! 1 waa weak but a moment alnce. now I am strong. More of you will die. Stand back!" Tbls aa another movement waa made. "Stand back! for I awear by the aoul of the mother who bore me. the first one of you to touch him diet by my hand. More I awear to denounce you. to deliver you to the gallows, ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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