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vol. VII. jackson. Missouni,Tiiuusi)AV,irNK'r. r.Mti. no. ;w
Trticlo fit ttio JACKSON STORE! COMPANY, tho plaoo wliorci your ilolUir jjooh fnrtliowt
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YOU WILL FIND IT AT THE
JACKSON STORE COMPANY,
THE PLACE WHERE YOUR DOLLAR GOES FARTHEST.
Uu the night of Tli!irlity. .June :0. I'M!, our Egg Contest will cIo.m1. an. I .-ill gnoses mut - iiui'lt- ly that lime. On l-Yi.I.-iy follow ing. tin
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judges, MV, J loss a IX I -l I . M' i a i i.hiu, iii i ' i "'""'" iii.iii" . - ............. ...... - . ... ..... ... ...... i . - in.
will receive prizo.
Kenn-mLer in must hring a stnl ami number t match tin ne we ImM. and ail rules .uii:ili.-il at 1 beginning L tin onto
out. Ome an.l see if ym won a prize ami we will make Saturday. .Inly L a i.roliln!.!.- .lay U- you l.y making soin.- unheard of j . i-i.-.x.
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We soil vou '-."..I prunes, 1 1-v J. A: P. Coats' 200 y.l Tluva-1. Ap 1J.-M lrnii.l of wpl I Layl.m's Making .vil.-r ".uai-.-inle.-.l OCp
niiailitv --uarann-.-.l . . . JL1U same as others sell at ... . enlic... ail colors J V4 fresh ami C....-.1, three c;ins f..r. .. . -"
li in onn i oou roi K'H oai s. i ni'i'i' 'jir
lucccin ! i io i's for ... . oc
Canned corn
On Saturilav. .lulv 'J. we will throw one hundred l ;i n-
fl.OO to 4. 'IT) a )air. rhoi.-e 4 j-: children's slmes vaunm' troiM i.jc
U'., torn., t s lend in si-Hiii'' tin most siiLrnr for a dollar.
W'o have just received '.'00 pairs of si s am
Do vou m-'-u a.ny .
(o-ntli-nu-u's ami ladies
from S a. in. until all an-
( )foi-ils for our summer
if shoes on our haruaiit counter:
toSl.0, i-hoii-c .).- pair. N.iic
CotiK- in ami si-- if you won a prizi
We lead in prices and iua!it" o
siim-s ranuni'.
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in pri'- from
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Your 1 inn
furniture.
will he
See our
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disiilav
oil
Seenlnl llool',
On Saturtav. .lulv we will sell :1 suits of .dollies for men. siz-s :." t ! I coats, and nuitriiiir in n.-es from .!.'. 00 to l.").li0. i-ln.i-.- $'..sTi per
We hope you will he present and hi-'m-j- alon- your proline-
eu siirelv will
lie
We,c. iliiei
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Cnsh paid lor prodncr.
FURJIiTUBE
JACKSON STORE COMPANY,
JACKSON. .MO.
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FURNITURE
FURNITURE
FURNITURE
L O C A L S
Wlu'.'it '' t-'-il.iy.
I r. -ry :ilif'l i-:ia
M'.n-iay.
t.K'Ad I.ir-.-lii'.p't-r'. i-L-:;i'iv;il sale
ml in issui'.
Hardware at i. b. Welir'.-.
August Hiei-winh of the ("ape
was in Jackson yt-.sU-i-day.
R.ibt. M.. ere came up im
Oi-an en a visit fur a few Jays.
The rteett County Kicker is
.! a. -
... s. . !a-- we
i:.,v. . W. I.
! rli ithiait
t .a i-.. :'. i :i ii'.
;. s. V--!tfi-'s.
MaiTicil.
! i-z eeli'i uati' hi
a -
inh'.. at i'.aptist
Hew Y'hiu'ii.-ll.
an.. I .Mi.-s Hessie
I n.-ru will
m I'. -cah-Mitus July 1. 1"
o!iwr Alexander I l-'n.illami 11
Went to .Si. I.nlll-j Melida.V.
i'.inder whips at Wi. Iter's.
Mrs. .S. I'.ii-lis and hal.y will
spi-nd a few days vi,ilin' at
I Vicahontas.
There will l.e iv. iec-oreair.
supper at McLain's cliapei next
A. I
a Jack
ii Jam
exl rarli-- i
c!ia:--.- 1'.
. i iryte and wiu- will
.a a: i he t.,-r.:r:i! hi !. i
T, t July -jL. T.-.-iii
witiv.u' pun. N;i
l'ullin'j teeth when
pia'.es .tie wanted,
i prai-tiee- deiuii-;ry in
i l.nuich'-.
Ir. i iryte
11 i' s latest
Jackson, Mo.-i-
parsi.inaLre,
T. .ns Tay
lvirksey.
Walker Jsnii'h, a pencil pediih r, Sauiniay ni.uht.
was accider.tiy killed en the Mis- Harvester "ii at V"lter's.
som-i Kivt-e lV.nn; Tern- rail- y;,. ci,as. liehrens and
read near 1' e Hun last week. daughter Irene went on u vir.it t"
Married, at the residence of U. I'uxieo Tuesday.
putting in a new Putter cylinder F. Thomas, near (..ravel Hili, -Mr. ; Attend the pienie at l'..cuh"ntas
S. loud pasture ami .Miss Lorn tjt,y I'l-eparatiunH are being
Kstes. j.V. Thumas officiating, j made for a yund time.
Married, la.-t Sunday evening. . j.-,. hutr-i.-s and surries sc
at tlie residence of the bride's v,, Iter's.
parents, -rel Dumuyer ana Mi,, Ai(.(. yinyard has lu-en tie Uuck, Ark.
Miss Taeie Ford, both of Jackson. ek.(.u,a aNlaMl ,,...),,. in the return tu Jack
pres
(jo to .Sibley's fur ice-cream.
Henry (lockel and family are
in St. Louis' visiting the World's
fair. :
Dr. F. M. Geeslin of Jackson .
has purchased a fine buggy horse
and a new rubber tire buggy.
Up-to-date buggy harness at
Welter's.
I'oplar Hluff is about tu become
a terminal for a new railroad,
running from Marianna, Ark.
Headquarters fur fruit cans at
K. S. W elter'-.
Presiding Mlder M. 13. Chap-;
man preached at the Methodist
church Sunday and Sunday i
night. j
Hrink Milde's bottled peach;
and cream soda.
The V. (.:. T, U. will go ..n a
picnic exiedi'i"i) t- (,'ane creek
tu-dny. I
Machine Oil at McAfee A- ;
liuerkle's
Miss Mary K. Mm.. re of Marble;
Hill lias been visiting the family;
ef Henry Mills of Jackson fur the :
past week. Site will lea leader
of the Hki: u hereafter. ;
C. A. Sawyer is working fur
the International Harvester C. j
of America and is located at Ut
ile will probably
n in ihe fall.
Capital .
Surplus .
$50,000.00
.$25,000.00
A. J. 1-T entire will im.ve from! c;aruthersville (niblic school. ! Fl(t. ,.,;,..(. ;.,,., w,ulli;
Hatesville, Ark., back t- Jack-j Irs. llelmkiirnpf. who has been : farm w.rk hurs.-. Applv at this
sun. We hear that ho and h.s.jn S ,(juU f,,r me,1U.ai treat- oiuce.
I'M ...ii.i u liiitnlii.p
uiouiei .... ... .-..". " , nll ,u f,,,-three or lour week-, re-
shup at the Cape. , turm.j Tuesday.
The Jacks. .n Hoard of Kduca-; Wil,v,,u harness, good selection. '
tion ele.-ted Mis.- lilla Taylui-; w,,u,..
Monday night to fill the vacancy :
in the Jackson Public School i
caused by the resignation of Miss!
Alice Vinyard.
Screen windows and screen!
wire of all kinds at K. S.Woltor's. !
The glorious fourth will lie . b
served at Pocahontas. Bills are
out annuun.-ing a grand picnic at
Hunters' Lrrve on -.hat nav. 1
Hear the Old Maids' (.'ovention i Lverybmly is invited to attend,
at the J. M. A. hall tomorrow' Parties still wanting Speavs,
night. Given for the benefit of i .it-mian Millet and Kape seed . an '
t'ne lipi.-copal church. Lad same al Mc.t-e V- Htiei-Kie's,
Mrs. Geo. KutT and son. I 'avid. . .Seed Store,
of Texas have been visiting i-'-l- On last Thnrsduv ni-rlit Am-iii- !
Dr. Walter Martin of Pof-in this eity and Fruitland blv u. 1 of the IVaternal Order!
huntas, who graduated recently - fyI. s(.Vt.rill dayij ,mHl. of' Colonials held a very inter-i
from the Ontario veterinary col-; ... . ...... ... ..... :
in . M, I ...... l.ia lWl.ii ! t (jo see 1.'. vieui I Vou want a e-ung uieeui.g in u.e ioih.a..u:
Albert Mabrcy, who lias ueeti t,( lM-t M,,n,iav for Dexter , .. , ,-
r. . i,.-,( ,,i,. , bti'-rv ur set of harness. .all. 1 here were seven ariphca- :
workmgnear Crystal Ci y fo he ; an(1 othw towns in Southeast u- 1 f,. mi.mllt.whi T1 in.
past tew months has returned to MisSf,uri on lhe hunt of a location, i . , 1 h""' ' " ":r:t -,-e,,l in ;,,,. u-n, well
. . . L arii-r are now man auu wne auu - .
Miss Daisv Stevenson, daugn-,, . , , ... ... ..... ... ...... -i., ,.vm!n.. tlw .b.n of il. I--.-.. - '
4 u..0... j hi,n.v . . . . .. I tneir laoui-s in me rrunioition - i
ror J5iu -v usj i ter of A. K. Stevenson ot snaw- ;
Apply at this ofiice. neetown. returned home last
We carry ln.rg!;iry iiisnrjtnce ;ig,-iiiist
1'11) 'lilVliglil till.l llight lnoliel-y. W'
lis,- 1 i,e .s,.- Se-.".V 1 ' hi-. Triple Time
I"i iv. J !:ugl.ir l'luul' S;i!'c. We s..ii. it
V.e.ir liiisiic-v-, w hetlicf large i.i.i- sui.-i,
D- mii-ing .-very ;n-- .in iliirii.it i:i-t -eiil
will'. --"Uir! :iii'i ei i!i-i-r n! ivo bank
ing'. OFFICERS:
VV. H. Miller. President, Ed Howard. Cashier,
W. C. Cracra.ft, Vice-Pi es. Al.'in Boss, Asst. C'shr
DIRECTORS:
V. II. Mii i.-r. W i i an it' . I. I., t ' i. i i.-. f'iaiis Kiiiini.
I'. V. 1 1 . -1 i 1 - j v.::. ii. Ii. SoiM.-i. I.iI. 1 1 . .-.i a nl.
See!
11 be mure united than
Jackson. i
their
! cause wi
neetown, returned nome last
The Ladies of Apple Creek i Week. She has been here several i '
Church will give an Ice Cream ;weeks undor treatment of Dr. l-'J Fuun.l-On the streets ot Jack-
I Hon, lasi weeK, .1 ouncn oi suiau
They
Bverybody coruiauy in-1 Miton Uavis, son of Rev. L.H.
Davis, was awarded the medal
keys. Owner can have same by!
calling at this , office, nnd paying
for this notice.
tenia! Order of Colutiial.-
wi!l find it on a solid basis.
All guesses in the egg contets :
at the Jackson Store (Ju. must lie
made before July 1. Only a few 1
more days to guess. ;
We had the pleasure of visit- '
inir Assemblv No. 9 of the l'ra-1
Do you want a case of peach terna! 0r.ler of Colonials at Cape!
and cream s.j.la delivered? - ; (;;jrai-di.-au last week and we were
Milok HottYing Works, ased to see it in such good!
Mi.-s Anna Wyatt of Wray, condition to work. The assembly
Colo., and Mary W'yalt, daughter is but twenty in numbers, but'
.. x r .. n : .. ll. l i c 1 . e . I
The Roval Neighbors of America! Three real estate deals were'01 ' . . , everyone i a worner i..r me or- .
is one of the best beneficiary or- ; m;ltle in Jackson last week. Ben ' deceased, are visiting the family der. We feel safe in saying that ;
ders and anyone wishing to join 1 s. Schwab purchased the C. G. , l,f KJ H'wnrd. Assembly No. U will double itself ;
will find Mrs. Uerry at Mrs. Pleas ;Kies property in Fast Jackson, Only a few more weeks to ; in the next thirty days. '1 he good ,
...Ml 1.! ... . , . ..... .-...... .... V.t. ..rrrru ,. t I h c. lu..lc;,,n .1ii.OI-.Im of C!Mfi.. ( 1 i I'll Vi e 1 1 U'llOl
Sniuer s. A meeting win ne, a. C scnmuKe purcnaseu uiei bu" " -hS" " v.n.... , rvw, -
called June 24 to adopt new mem-; civde Petty prope.-ty of H. R.j Store (o
Supper at the Hall at Shawnee-jj. Geeslin and is much
town on the evening 01 .June .., , proved
vited.
Rubber tires, road wagons ; jn the oratorical contest of M . C.
fuli line at Wollers's.
Mrs. J. F. Berry, a deputy-
fur
I. at FredeViektown last week.
Rev. Davis was at one time pas-1
Methodist
the Royal Neighbors of America, ;tor "f the Jackson
is here soliciting new members. ' church.
! want fraternal insurance can do!
hers. All Royal Neighbors are
requested to be present.
Calico 5c and J. A P. Coats
I i . . .1 - it-. ty 1 . 1. I
Quinn and Ben J. Miller pur- The ladies of the Baptist . no Deuer man join me unmis.
Chased the Hays property of 11 church will give a Sweet Pea! The Ben Uur lodge meets in
T Uelivens. Others are thmkintr ; fa r at the J. M. A. hall next: the A. o. u. . nun trie second.
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From June 23d to July 2d.
HctWt-ell the alnive .lilies We will
riw you unheard of Inn-gains in
LACES, EMBROIDERIES,
WHITE GOODS, LAWNS,
HATS, SHOES,
LADIES FURNISHING GOODS,
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.
Special Prices.
R. REEHAN & CO., Jackson. Ho.
South High Street.
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m . . . T,.U rr 1 T Ow f..nt.th Af.n air r.Irlii Ml
thread 4c ut the Jackson hture ot ouying propeny 111 1 uesuny, oum? . auihwwuh, .,u 4-.-m.j ....w..
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