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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 25 July 1901

'w'"'"", ''- t r. ooin 4 TTMe Jackson Mekald, :.:m: CIRCULATION 100 ft. $1.00 PER YEAR. b. F"tusK7Kiitiir.' u; : 1N TnB 1NTKREst of lnu people and the republican party. one dollar per year in advance. VOL. t . -- ; " TS()Nijggj; T1IU11S1UY. JULY 2.V 1901. I f 1. M ;v'2 r-V" .. "' . V. ''V 9l .tCnitviijthwJ iqoa ty tt ' . ClIAITKH V. At sunset Dint evening the regi ment destined to rnilmrk with the expedition couimninlrfl by ticn. Vinton-wer p-nailod fon i:-pecl.i'in in full iiinn.liinjr order, title a ,!o.en other coiouism! les fortunate looked enviously ou. i In front of tli guarrl-honee at the I'rr.tMlo n dozen cavalrymen nruirO with the new carbine r.nd ilt-aser! throughout for winter service, tMs belnir Sun Krauii-tcu .lutir, ),al fonni-d mtiltn uinlrr roiitninhd of a frgpnt niitl Ktuorl nilmtly At i-Hii awuitinfr tliCTfyijiiijr of the officer of tlm day. Tlu in'cMirnle- fit of tln-ir wann overronttt, t ! mt of tlirlr trooper trouarr. tlie nillsh of tlieir braKan mid buttons, I ...

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. — 25 July 1901

- i- - f - w 5. o 0 o 0 111 IJ1 v is Jackson Herald. . nKPUKMrAK ih roi.mts. B. V. LUSK. ...... i ... , .. Yv tvuoi i k n Terms fur the IIkiiaM) are as fol lows: For one year.... II. 00 Sit nionUiM ..' M Ihree mouth 30 Kntetftd at t lri potifni- nt .lni-kon. Ho., u HiwiiSTinw matter isweniwr . im,. on? KtwItlvtiCt. , 11 142 JACKSON, tO.. J PLY. 2o. WOl. s.. i Tlioitot'Clt organisation Ih the key note for tho republicans for fne cmnpaixn of 1002. Can wo not up enough public pint ia Jackitou to put a e"od artesian 'well on tho public equate f TiffcKK never was a lime when tho republican party was better prepared for harmonious action than now, , '.Jj- .. , On the lOih of AiiiTiiht Missouri will bo r0 years old. Her soth birthday will be celebrated ut Kansa (Ji'y. Tin: i'rourlit hero still con tinues, bul uu notice tltut In N'oilhucPt ami iSou:hen-t Mis souri it has been broken by plenty of rainfall. TnK excessive heat of the pant few days has caused tunny deaths by sunstroke in our la...

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. — 25 July 1901

5 LOCAL HAPPENINGS. J HflHilllHIHDiir Wheat Me to Clc to day. Pay your subscription. llude Wolter is on tho sick list this week. Hermuti Davison went to St. Louis Monday. Wilson Cramnr had business in Kennolt last week.' New lino of buggies at Meier Bros. See the curd of Dr. C. V. Alriop in this issue. J. F. Caldwell, bur assessor, wns in town Monday. li. 0. Kneibert wont to White water lust Thursday. , Honnctt Wolkcr, of Millorvillc, gave u u call Monday. Hand made fruit ennsat Wolter 6 Durford. Ml Lire uaiaweu, 01 Miiiervuio, left for Oklahoma Monday. O. W. RufT and wife, of Poca hontas, .was in Jackson Monday. Meier Hros. will sell you a good buggy for !N5. Mr?. Nora Wilson, of Oak Ridge, had business in Jackson Moiiday. George Crain, sheriff of Stod dard county, will real the II Kit ald for .one year. Wolter & Burford hamJla the wicklois conloil stove. , Children getting water at tho Wrst Jackson springs must be more careful and cleanly. Tho Indies of thu Methodist church wi...

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. — 25 July 1901

f Educational News. 1 Tbo first uniform examination for teachers' certiticates in the Btale wat heM June 21 nnd 22. Nolwith.taniHof' it wtu the tirnt, the character of thn questions, tho recommendations as to tho manner of conductjng exatn'na lions tbo excellent judgment din. played ly the county examining boards nntl the cnrcftilncss in grading have been subjects of universal commendation. What oyer of mistake was made by biin who prepared the questions, by eXnniining boards In grading or fixing time limits, or by nerv oua teachers will largely dis appear oh all piirtieu become nioro uccustunn-d to the new regime. At tin; next regular examina tion for toucher' certiticates, to be Ifeld August 2V, and 24. teach ers will have opportunity of hav ing paper written then, and grading '.hi ir more, forwarded to the state superintendent of pub lic schools, and of having nil grade of HO or more by his grading recorded to the credit of tho lencher. All such grades will le taken in lieu of ex...

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. — 1 August 1901

IMD CIRCULATION 1000. $1.00 .per ran. 4M F. LUSK, Editor. IN THE INTEREST Of THE I'EOPLE AXIVT1IR REPUBLICAN PARTY. ONE IX)LLAR PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. . JACKSON. MISSOURI, THURSDAY. AUGUST. I, 1901. ISO. 38. 'u SWA '3 a . r l - p . . ik. o-r' kvwtt' i r m m m m m m m m. in . - -, n . e- if i a m i ICofyrljhUl lg ty lh fio rncroe1 wiih ho in tJil tluit It wn only when o iternnil time. aV Amri1 that he wtilrleit about awl loitnrl hluiaelt roi-.frnntlnfr a tall aiul Blender younir oftleer, with fnviik, tiandaunir Who eye iui.1 Ane, otrw rut face, a niao perhnpt fiv. jrrnr hii euior In apt nn-1 ere print in rnuic, -for life overi'o tow tha alnrl Inop and braid nt a flrnt lieutenant. lie wa In rliHnir-tmota luui .pur, Hay noted at llmt plonce.aufl there behind him tanl an orderly h-idiutf tha hnrxe of botli. 'Tiirdon me. I ion Mailt, fltuvvee tnt, of Urn. Vinton's MelT. Thin i the ptlnt o the jpiard, 1 liellrvv nil 1 nm unit to nmke anuie lutjulrv oi s prisoner a bum named Murray." "We hur...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 1 August 1901

Jackson Herald. 1IRPUPL1CAN IS POLITICS. U.K. LUSK l'unLIDHKII Kntnroc ftt tlio KmlnWi's at Jiiekmin, Mo., at eecond-cliuM natter November 4. JKS7. Offftw lel'lviwu.. 14k 1 JACKSON. MO.. AITOI'ST 1. 11)01. Let us lieur from our citizens on tho 20,000 liond IseHO. Thk reform party is going to bo more powerful in M incur" this year thnn tver before. Tim nldcrmen can not spend 120,000 on thoir own streets, so we will get other parts of the town fixed up. It ploosc'l tho I-iord to. send Jackson and viniaity a foakiK rain lust Monday night. : For this we nre very thankful. Ik Missouri ever joos republi can there will have to bo thorough organization tn every town and Voting precinct ' outsidu of St. I)uis. 'Mkn m oflico too long, n timo wl like nifn who slay at liomn nil the Urut very narrow in their viow. Most of them see only what bent-tits them. Tiiky .tell us if we will vote a bond issue big enough to do any good Unit they will support it. Let us have u vote on f'.'O.oOO, and fix all...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 1 August 1901

I nH UIDDDU1MRC ' Wheat, ti8c to 61c to day. What unidt weigh 00 pounds to bring the lowest price quoted. County court meets in regular session next Monday. New lino of buggies at Meier Biob. It. L. Obennillor, who has been sick for the past few weeks, Is out ngain. Hand made fruit cans at Woltcr & Uurford. John nienborj? atill wears a Bmilo hecauso of tbo arrival of that oew boy.' Moier Bros, will sell yov. u good buggy for tit. Tho Methodist Indies will meet with MissLona ilarenberg tornor row at 2 o'clock p. m. Wfilter & Hurton! handlo the wicklcus coaloil stove. Mrs. Uraritley and Miss Emma McNeely are viaitine relatives at Brasceau, Perry county, this week, Marshal Macke has been luid up for-tvfowJaynKviili a crippled leg causod by a horso kicking him. Tall lemonade plasses at Gc ach at Uruening & Kerstner. Sheriff Gockel was in Mil waukco, Wis., last Thursday at tending a big mooting of the EIlcs.. - Meier Bros, will handlo tho Triumph sulkey plow this season Marri...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 1 August 1901

. .i . . -T i - f,r;n . ' . J. m n Devices for Cooling the Air. "There ore several do vices that may bo uel to cool tho air during th dojr-ilaya," writes Maria Parloa- in tho LailUw Home Journal for Auiiet. "A modillod form of tho 'Tuttio' omInycd in India for this liuriiurio could lo mado in any country house. On frames like llioso used for win dow Eerocns tack ononuh tuirrow til pes to nmlio o HU)ort for a thick boil of grass. Now cover with long grass fastened to tho frame ly sewing with twine. Tlic-oe screens uhould be placed in the windows and Icr-jit wot. The uir passim; thrrMitr.ii thfin i cooled. A guidon riyringo may be iicud toiprity tiit rn with water. Three or four of these ticreens will do a great deal toward keep ing the nir in tho house cool and f rfsli. A ttinipliT .screen may bo Hindu by covf ring a frame with coar llnnnol, which should he kept wet. It is not so effective as the fras-. screen, und the tlannel dries more iuickly lliaii tho tfrus,. A still simpler dev...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 8 August 1901

',v '. The EGSALID), $1.00 PER VEABJ f : J,, (I Jackson T "T" . J. L )' CIRCULATION 1000. B. F. Ll'SK, Editor. IN THE INTEREST OF THE PEOPLE AND TI1E IlEPUBtlCAN PARTY. ' ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR IN All VANCE. - ;. ... I " !. ...I... , I J. . J VOL. 4. JACKSON, MISSOURI, THURSDAY. AUGUST 8, 1901. NO. 39. . , , ' " ., , """ '--- ' T J I. to 3 1,4 - - II.'. if. V, : 'I : fOTyllltH ir t jr Ih TJAFTTni I A rty of cavalry r erulu utMtar rtunra ( CJoiv Ooiuirtlr. a way to Hah -iainiae, tlm: oar at Oa 911 end ar cmiibflc4 tefeoaisl ait arid, u and ear. A n0m4 nviif prtv. 'a. Vof ta on. ot id rarcrvira. A.I up.ta . fettarvevnat auuras the tmln ecd M .track a lit. pMMy of . vouk rra.Hr pww r. H. trim to audi, ar oausluuBva, u aasuoorisrui. Marvin Hav, dawflhter of Cot. Ray. He rvM an vnnotuit.r wnb a drunks rocrwit, Murray, who iwevi Karty nxt Biornliifr the okl rwrurt oar dlro wr-a oa fir. auHd by hnl'K of journal boats, 4 th aut.flers bscely eKi will) talr IIvm. Vtnrvmnl bote? rmiu Murrey, but ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 8 August 1901

Jackson Herald. HKI'VIILICAN IM POLITICS. B. K. LUSK. . ..I'ViiLisiieB Terms for the Hbkai.m uro an fol low: For one year (M.00 Six months M Three month F.nlrd t Hi' poBtnfflce t Jiu-kwin, Mo., ftwcouicltt iiatUir Novontbrr 4. Iw7. rnoim: Oflll- ltc-IHwnw JACKSON. MO., AITOCST H. 1901. If legal publications are to bo lot to iho lowest bidder, we can bid as low a anyone. Try us. It must be a pleasure to bo a republican city oflice holder in Capo Girnrdcuu, and rocievo such compliments its a certain paper gives them. If a man wants to wear laurels and be hold high iu the estima lion of the community let him hold the nftioo of city council man, city alderman or school director. Men in these offices get little or no pay. do the beat they can for their constituants, and then the approbation of the people nit. Some wrong impressions have gone out concerning our town. Jackson is as good a town inor ally and othorwio ns any town in the slate, Capo Ciirnrdeiiu not 'excepted, mid Capo Girarde...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 8 August 1901

. t v f 1. 8 &4 If UMIIIHHHHIIIUHHf ( LOCAL HAPPENINGS. J Wheat, ti'Jo to f.I'.c today. Wheat must weigh 0 pounds to bring the lowest prico quoted. ' ' Louis llouck ' was iu Jacknon pnCTuesday. . W. 11. Dow mado us a business ' -'call Tuesday. r Ed. ReKcnhardt had buaiaosa in Jackodu Tuesday. Emanuel Milde went to Dutch L. town Monday on business. H X See the ad or M. U. 1. ol 2 I Frederick town ia this issue. . j Chas. Daues, of the Cape, had Mf business in Jackson Monday. Meier Bros, will handle the Triumph sulkcy plow this season. A. J. Arnold, of Millorvlllo, drew a homestead in tho Elreno lottery. .- Brueniog & Kerstner will have a clearance sale from August 10 to August 21. J. W. lieatlio now has the cou tract for carrying the mail to and from the depot. " Henry Moore, of Kirksville, was visiting friends and rolatives here last week. Ed Lang, of Oak Kidgo, will haye a salo of his personal prop orty on A ugust 29. Attend tho clearance Halo at Brnoning & Kerstner's f...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 8 August 1901

IT f i a4 i- I Kpcolal JSxi'iii-sIoh to ColJrado nnl ttnh. T)io Cottou licit routo offers exceptional inducements to its triends and patrons for a Bum liicr's outing among tho historic sconos of tho Kocky- mountains in Colorado nnd t'tah during tho coming summer months, as fol lows: From June 1 to 30 inclusive und July 10 to August 31 inclu sive; tioli will ho on salo ut Delta. Mo., to Puoblo, Colorado Springs, Denver and Glenn wood bpritiKt Colorado, and Salt Lako City iin.1 O'don, Utah, at tho rato of ono faro plus two dollars, for Ihn round trip; and from July 1 to ! inclusive and Sujuembor 1 to 10 inclusive tho into to I'uiblo, Colot;idj Springs ainl Dcrwer, CV.oi.nl. will bo i'5 for the round ti ip. to (llonnwood Springs, Colorado. )' for 1 1 if; round trip, mid to )!(lnu and Halt Luku City, Utah, if lo for t lie round t rip. Ticluis limited for return until OrtoUr III, l!'l. l''or further information call upon or uddrosri, W. K. (Jipaon, Dtinty, Mo., or K."W. LaUai .Mi:.(i.l' ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 15 August 1901

Time Me CIRCULATION 1000. JI.O0 PER IE B. F. LUSK, Editor. IN THE INTEREST OK THE PEOPLE AND THE REPUBLICAN PARTY. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. lYPlT i. jTckN. MISSOURI, T1IUKSDAY. AUGUST 11901. ISO. 40. ICormctit.d ix Sy (hi BTICOPW8. CTIAPTKn I -A parly of oa-mlry ra rulta nWr char of Corp. ConneD?, o way to Ban fKimtiM, liaiix ear O)-. aVa and a CBfflfniinl te boaed an old, un aero w. A rrnr4 roun prt-ai. Pmiw, la n. of th I not aha. At M-afi f.k-jt. BlurveaAul baaiS, Ike train and la alnn wkh the beauty of. y-Mio. fatnate pawn Me trta to mAaa Itwr a-r(-n-teG, But la unauoevMful. CHAPTBR II. ttvrvaiMt diertivar avi to Marlon Kay. daw, nl Cat. Hay. Ha haa Mi ancjiunter Willi a drunlran racru-t, Murray, who awr.r raveaute. Early neat Siarnlnir the old racroit car la dtaoova-ra aa tire, cauecd liy hennas of Journal boxr-e, and the aoKllar, barely rc-i-a Willi their Uvea. PluYvneant hcipr rMtlat Murray, but la lfiiy burned, ftflaa Kay Iwlpa (and In Injured, li-eluda-ir Ftay-raaaii...

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 August 1901

Jackson Herald. - RBfVBLICAK IN POLITICS. V. F. LUSK.. ...PUHLISIIBH tfrri T--rr-rr-r -?- Terms for the Hkimi.d aro an fol lows: For one year....... 1.00 Uti months M Tli res months .30 Kntcred t he pontoBlr .1 no Hon. Mo., M Mcnnd-cliua mslur Novemb.r 4. IW7. mourn: omcr 1 li.ll.hro UJ JACKSON, MO., AUOl'ST Ifi, 1901. Evehy truo American citizen Tracts an honest vote and a fair count. ' Tug editor of the Cash-Hook is very much afraid that tho demo cratic party will bo reorganized. Bko. Mack cannot convince the rank and file of the democratic party that freo silver is not a dead issur. . Theue is one clans of people who, wo think, impose on the county court. ' They aro those who path terra of court, ask for temporary relief. Some aro do serving, whilo many are not. If peoplo hnvo to ask for temporary relief each time tho court moets they should be sent to the poor farm, the place provided for that kind of people We suggest that tho court at its next regular 'meeting offer to send to...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 15 August 1901

3 r ", it 3 ji 3 IP' 3 J 3 S . 2 s: & - '-i l 2 LOCAL HAPPENINGS. J Wheat, 64c to 6c to-day. ' What must weigh 60 pounds to bring the lowest price quoted. Al M. Uico has moved to West Jackson. Pruit cans, both factory , and hand made at Wolter fc Durford's. Martin Ilaupt, of Egypt Mills, bad business in Jackson Tuesday. Dr. G. S. Cannon, of Grays boro, was up to seo his family "last week. Wolter & l'.nrford handle tho old reliablo Charter Oak cook : stove. Jesse Hale, who bus been very sick with typhoid fovcr, is now able to be out again. Miss Roena Shaner left Tues day to rosumolicr work in interest of the VV. 0. T. U. in Northeast Missouri. Bruening & Kerstner will have a clearance sale from August 10 to August 24. Mrs. Louisa Kaminsky, nf near Whitewater, will have a public anlo of personal property on August 24. Attend the clearanco ealo at Bruening & Kerstner's from Aug ust 10 to August 24. Prof. George S. Summers is going to build a bouse soon on the lot purcha...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 15 August 1901

V Can You Afford to Attend Mis souri State University. It frequently happens that when ono is planning to attend ecLool the matter of expense de terminates the selection. The stato realizes this in establishing Uio university as the cap stone of the public school system, and in making tho instruction olTcred there fn-o vt tuition to all. So at the university of Missouri tbero id no tuition in auy depart ment, consequently only boiiri, books transportaliou and clo thing need bo considered in esti mating the expend of attendance. Hoard can bo had in tho best homes of Columbia at from $3.00 .tiTl 1 .r.0"per week, and in the Uni versity Hoarding club?, for which buildings havo been erected by the Mate, at from fi.L'5 to per week. This last in cludes room, meals, heat, HkI'I, laundry, ete. For the purchas-o of boons, a "co -operative doro" liiis lieen established under uni viT-ity uuihority -in two rooms of lu-adciiiw: hall. No profit is made by any one und whatever net in come there may...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 22 August 1901

The CIRCULATION 1000. $1.00 PER YEAR. IN THE INTEREST OF THE PEOPLE AND THE REPUBLICAN PARTY. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR IN ADVANCE JU JACKSON. MISSOURI. THURSDAY. AUGUST 22, 1901. NO. 4i " 3. t It. F. LUSK, Kilitor. im" -1 'do M I A"! 3 p 8 .2 t4 b'U. r 1 'T'. i f '? !Coryflchl4 190s y tha CITArTEn VIII. vinton noiuia came aiaaminfr in Ia 1Tiw,Ii1m ttnt!wi ttiat a. th. imnlift of the Iorlo wm fading away on the waatcrn horizon. ' Cheera and acclamation, a banquat sX tenderrd to tha entii force In the f I boautiful grounda about the pa I tier, V' ajBd a w.lconie atich a evan San -Vt EVmplaon knil itlmi &watt4 them. Three days were .pent In coal ing for the lonff voyagu to Manila, and during- that time ofllorra and men were rnabled to upend hours in ana bathing and Miht-aerlng. Vinton, PHgrrr to ptioh ahead, fumed with impatleoco over the alow and primitive methods by which his alilpa wera coaled, but the junior oRlcera found many n cbuho for rejoicing over their enforced detention. Din...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 22 August 1901

Jackson Herald. RKrUIMilCAK 1NV0L1T1C8. B. F. LUSK. ...... VvtfLlHllBli Terms for the IlBRJWiU-ur an fol io wh: For one year I t oo Sltmontu -60 Ttire months 39 Knterrt t the podtoftlce at Jnrk.on, Ho , M cvoUtIkm mftttor Norcmlirr 4. lull?. Otic 14 tUM It! JACKSON, MO.. AUGUST 23. 1'tOl. ' We used to think we under stood what economy was but we must confess that we never knew anything about it till Bro. Kics explained it to ua last wi-ck. Economy, from Bro. Kios' stand point, means . about this: You award a contract to do a certain piece of work to Mr. Joines for t90, and then he must do all tho work, but it is not economy to you unless you give Smith (20 to do one thir.4 of tho very same work. We are satisfied with the explanation and if it meets tho approbation . of our readers we have nothing more to say. 'Often," soys tho Volknf reund, "while tho Heuai.0 was tho official organ when tho day camo to let the contract not a single bidder appeared. This we don't beliove. It may havo...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 22 August 1901

, t 1 -5 4 SI .li '3 ,.4 V 5 ii .1 .1 i i LOCAL HAPPENINGS. 7 Wheat, 62o to C4c today. Wheat must weigh 60 pounds to .: w U m 1 of nirn minted. 1 Mrs. A. J. Stevens in visiting toear Millervillo this week. 1 Fruit cans, both factory and liand made at Wolter & Burfoid'ft. Tbo Capo Girordeau fair will 1G held this year from October 8 12. Wolter & ilnrford bundle tho bid roliablo Charter Uak cook stove. Ilenry Kerstner, of Bloomfield, came homo Tuesday. Ilo returns the Inst of the week. l" Pr t'ntifitnnr twill Knvn t a clearance snle from August 10 f $ to August SI. J. DuKco Jones '.oft Tuesday for yi Sedalia to be rouo about a week visiting friends and relatives. W. H. Miller's law oflice is V? over Ida mint nfHc.n. whilo the ii bank building is being rebuilt. $ Attend tho clearance sale at Brueniug& Kcrstner's from Aug- W. D. Robertson went to St. Louis Tuesday to have his eyes treated. He will bo gone a week or more. Lewis McOuire, who has been quite sick from tho effect...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 22 August 1901

- CiJKISi UlihNGS JOY. Dr. Talmage Corrects Some Falsi Notions About Religion. ma Urw tram the Starr al Klaa Boloiwoa aad tar Uaeea ot ftarka Itrllaloaa War Ara Vara of riraaaataria. (Coprrlcht, laol. by Ioula Klopoch. N. T.J Waihlngtuii, Aug. i. In this discourse lr. Talmue cor l-ecta aume of tlio falsa notions utxiul rllfflnn anil ruprrnenta it at being Joy lnlrlii(f insti-ail of dolorous; text, 2 Cln-iuili-le, 9:0: "Of apii-M groat nhiindanoe; nrithrr wan tlirri a,ny mic-h Nplrr aa tho fjuern of Slid gum King KoI'iiikiii." What U lliut, hiilldinfr out rondel frllttrrlnir iu tlio nun? Ilaro you nnl JnarilV It la tha hnuxp of thn forml of l.clmmm. lilnff Solomon has JuhI taken to it bin liri'lc, the prim-rsa ol I'RM't. You lire tho jilllura of th Imrlii'O nml n (Trent tower, iwliirntd Tilth l.ono shield of gnUl huntf 01 the ontslclo nf tlio tnwiT- SVI of 1h hii-Ms nt irold niaiiiif.'K't it ril at Sol Ofnon's onliT, SHU wrr ruptured lij Jhiviil, IiIh ful her, in tmttle. Sen how they...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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