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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 27 March 1902

Jackson Mekalhd, B. F. LUSK, Editor. IN THE INTEREST OF THE ff LE AND THE REPUBLICAN PARTY. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. VOL. V. JACKSON. MISSOURI, ' IIURSDAY. MARCH 27, 1902. ISO. 2il FIELDS WRIT Bito for m dully rutins Among the ptciwiuit Holds of Holy Writ, I mUlit (Uwpulr. . Tennyton International Sunday School Lesson. Kirst Quarter. Lesson XIII. March 30, 1902. John XX, 6-18. EASTER LESSON. Across the dark and tragic scene of the crucifixion some bars of light fall, silver against an inky background. Friendship bogs the body almost before broath is out of it. Love super intends the taking down from the er099. "He makes his grave with ibo rich In his death," as the prophet said he would.. A now and unused tomb in a garden receives tho body. Fair linon and aromatic unguents swathe the marred form. Tho grave is viBiled and rovisited. There is not want-, mg the Oriental wailing aloud. There is wealth and royalty of love and friendship. At tho first intimation of resur rection th...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 27 March 1902

Jackson Herald. RKruitLIGAK IN POLITICS. asn---11- , t-.-t B. F. LUSK lunMsiiiir Knteretf t the pmUfll' Jnrkaon, Mo., M MKtanu-cInu mMtor Niifumbrr 4, 1WI7. Terms (or tlio IIkhald are as fol lows: . For one year. 1 1.06 61 1 months 50 Tltres mootlis ,. .30 JACKSON, MO., MARCH 27, Ifi02. CONVENTIONS. STATIC NOMINATING. Tho republican state nominating convention will le hold at Jefferson City Juno 84, 1002. jriwtAU . TIib republican judicial convention will be held at Joptln July 13, 1U02. FOTTHTKBNTH CONORBBBIONAL. The fourteenth congressional con Tentlon will bo hold at Cape Girar deau May 8, 11102. COUNTY NOMIKATTNO. The county nominating convention of Cure Olrardoan county, Missouri, will be held at Jackwn May 3, lftO'J. ANNOUNCEMENTS. KOH BHFUIFF. Wo are authorized to announce John E. Cotnor as a candidate for the office of sheriff, subject to the rcpiilillriui noinintitir convention. Wo ' a: --Authorized to announce D. A. Nichols as a '.nndidato for tlio ofllce of sheriff, subje...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 27 March 1902

LOCAL HAPPENINGS. ? Wheat, 75cti for sixty-pound wheat, lc extra for each addition al pound over Bixty, Ed McLain is moving to the Capo today. E1 Smith, of Cousinville, was in town Monday, The new John Deere corn planters at Meior Bros. O. S. Huid, of Crump, was in town last Saturday. A new lino of street hats ex pected at Hutchison & Co. Cuks. Whittakcr. of Oak Ridge, was in Jackson Tuesday. Checks taken in exchango for goods at Hutchison & Co. August Dicrwirlh, of the Cape, was in Jackson yesterday. Miss Tillio Kncibert is visiting in St. Louis for a few wooks. Hinos Clippard wont to Chicago Monday, returning yoslerdoy. Tho very latest thing the flower hat at Hutchison & Co. We hear that Jackson will have another wedding noxt Sun day. Jus. M. Mooro tells us that he sowed cloven acres of oats last week. Wanted A Kock rooster, office-. good Plymouth Apply ut this There will ba an adjourned term of the probate court noxt Monday. Died, near Fruitland last week, Ludwig Goeh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 27 March 1902

County Correspondence. PKUITLAND. March 25. George McNeely taet bis barn by fire last woek, including : four bead of horses, two eawftftod calves, a lot of jiea hay. a wagon, buggy and every thing' ebe about the barn but some plows am! a biodor. Rev. V Iw McCormack, pastor at this - place, left last Mon day to attend conference. We very earnestly request his return. Boruo of the people of our neighborhood have visited Necly's Lhnding to see tho work being done on the railroad. There are two hop tea stands or blind tigers up there. The railroad men did not bring this stuff with them, but men that have been raised in this county are running them night and day, Sunday Included, so I hear, and are Boiling somothing a little stronger than hop tea that 6eems to have the devil in it. We hoar they havo a fight or two every day and eepociaUy on Sunday. Each man at work has a Jboltlo in his pocket. One man was seen the other day leaving one of the stands going to work with a bottle in each ha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 3 April 1902

TME JACK80N HEBA1LP IN THE INTEREST OF THE PEOPLE AND THE REPUBLICAN PARTY. ti. b lA'SK, IMitor. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. JACKSON. MISSOURI, THURSDAY, APRIL'S, 1902. M). 21, Pi.EASANT FIELDS OF HOLY WRIT ,' .'or 'u ilny tani; ill- j.i' ri-iiiit H. i.Nof Holy Writ, : .,1 jj.iif. TennyHuu V-m ional Sunday - School Lesson. ,s, c ji.iI vfuai'er. I.i hii 1. April 0. Acts IX, 1-12. -i.'i. (1 TARSI'S CON'VKKTKU. .. ci'. li susticisni is tot- lull. Those who i:. j .:;sy-.roinj bcnelices vi :i r;u'i! i!gir,ft. ilie plebian p.'vi-r which hids fair to bury t . : an thru offices and i-!!-' ",i i." hi- under the debris of ii.''.intfiit. The advent of . ' . .vitii delight. The . :.i:..-iust rushes to tho !!, is an ideal inquisitor. '! . vior of youth he unite i!i- i t :.diiiti and dialectical skill a ji iti i:in-ii. The "hculiy of ; iii- v"in iii.tntioiMl'' supplies the physical force, while completest K i.-mv u-i'ku of I ht history and f l-iiu-l provides tho mental lurni.-hin;r. iSaul dep...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 3 April 1902

Jackson Herald. HBl'VHLICAH IN POLITICS. B. K. LITSK. Kntore t ih mtiHI t .lnckinn, Mo, a. urtml-clHw matter Niivntnber 4. lav'. Terms for tlio IIkkald arc as fol lows: For one year 1 1.00 6lt months .... 60 Hires months .30 OITIee Keaidwnro. 14 lit JACKSON. MO.. AP1UL..3...1802, CONVENTIONS.. STATIC NOM WTBWO. The republican stato nominating convention will be held 4t Jefferson City June 24, Uki2. .n.r.'ic.ui Tho republican judicial convention will be held t Joplin July 15, 1002, FOUHTKE.NTH CONUKEH8IONAL. The fourteenth congressional con ventlon will bo held at Capo Uirar deau M:iy 8, 11102. :Ol'M'V NOMINATING. Tho county nominating convention of Capo Uirardeau comity, Missouri, will Ih- held ut Jack-;on May .1, Km. ANNOUNCEMENTS. KOIl 811 Kill KK. Wo nre authorized to announce John E. Cottier as 11 candidate fur the otllee of sheriir, subject to the republican nominating convention. We aro authorized t,, Announce J). A. XlchoN as a candidate for the ofllce of shoritr, subject ti ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 3 April 1902

LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Z Wheat. ?OcU for sixty-pound wheat, lc extra fur cacti addition al pound over sixty. Meier Bros, for White Elophunt buggies. T. D. Ilinos had business in AHenville yesterday. Dr. U. M. McConibs moved into the Criddlo property Monday. Eleven persons united with tho Methodist church lust Sunday. The public sihool of litis pJuco observed Arbor day yosterday. Mrs. Wm. Fageu, of Morohomo, is visiting in Jackson this week. M. G. Wagner, of Neely's Landing, was in Jackson Monday. Mr. Thoiss, of Altonburg, was in Jackson Tuesday on business. P. A. Moore ntovod Tuesday into the mill property near mill D. D. T. Sawyer, postmaster at Fruit lurid, was in town Tuesday. Horn, to Mr. and Mrs. M. H. W, (j ranger lust Sundny, a girl Try Tlioim & Thoiss' flour made at Wilkinson's mill. P. V. Heiickomatin moved into the Mrs. Hurt residence yester day. There is nomo prospect of our town getting an earlier mail from St. Louis. J. 0. Schinemann, of Neely's Landing, tn:tdo our oflic...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 3 April 1902

ceclfCECIlCEClf EEC I v y 50000000000000000000000000000000000000s ANDY CATHARTIC CURE CONSTIPATION 10c. SS. SOc. Constipation Afflicts Hi part of tlit people all all the people part of til Are you a chronic or occasional Do you want a sure, pure cure ? CASCARETS (eat 'em III your liver, regulate blood clean and rich, make your stomach CASCARHTS kill sck headache, taste the children, destroy other parasites. A iiu Knv u'lll nrnvethplr the right roatl to perfect and a ioc box to-J iy I If not back. 1-arp.cr boxes, ajc or ocoklft a: ?,.; thi atf&reE (Si 1 ' iitvmr imitations I OOOOWVIPMOC W. II. .M 1 1.1.1:1:, President. CAPE COUNTY Savings Bank Jackson, Missouri. Z-?mi m SIJ3PLUS - - - S65,000. (iii.-trdi-'l by Mosl.-r Screw - I h r, l,.,ip.;!;tr-l,..". S;ilV and Valti Tim.' Iii, l. V. carry Unrlary Insurance Wi: SQUi'lT VOl'U BUSINESS, ( tiFi-i in-r I0.'iy A c o 111 111 oil a 1 i n n Con s i j 1 1 n t, willi Sound Hat 1 kin:.;. DIRECTORS: NV. II M 1 i.i.-:;:. .Ioskimi Koi-:ill,i....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 10 April 1902

The Jagksn. HEKALID) B. F. Ll'SK, filitor. I THE 1NTKUKNT OF THE. 1'WU'I.E AM) THE 11KI1 ULICAN PARTY. ONE DOLLAR I'EU YEAR IN ADVANCE. " . . . , VOL. V. .JACKSON. MISSOURI, THURSDAY. APRIL in, l!i2. NO. 22. FIELDS WRIT e.:m fni ii-y il.ilt.v on u-e Aim 1.1: i In- iiliTi-n.nl llilil-ol H..ly Writ, I u.llii ili -pali. 'Ii iiiiv-.iii International Sunday School Lesson. Si v.iii'l ijwirti'i . Lesson II. April II. A. w ix. :;mh. I'DTI.l!. KNKAS AM) DOlil'AS. Tlic ninth chapter of Acts con tains a locly photograph of t lie Chuich in Us ninth year after Pentecost. This likeness vies with tnul of. Acts ii, II J", in beauty, and reveals the fact that, whilt) the glories of Pentecost were receding siiiil persecution coining on apace, yet the Church was ever gaining In grace and use fulness. Ti t) charming lineaments of this portrait are such as those: Tin; Church was saintly; l'clor came down also to the saint: which dwelt at Ldia; fifty six time in the New Testament be lievcrs are culled sa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 10 April 1902

Jackson KIkiiald. RBri'lll.lfAN IN Itll.lTlf'S. h. V. Lt'SK. 11'III.IKIIKIt Kntvrec Rt lli wniilii f ut J'mi. Ho., cunil-rlm,. innin r Nnvimli'r 4. IMi7. Terms for I lie IIkiiald arc um fol lows: For one year 1.00 Sit months 50 Three month .'to out KeMilcill'l. s H it: JACKSON, Mo.. .U'KIL In. hi2. CONVENTIONS. STATK NoMISATI.NU. The republican state iioiniiiat iiii,' convention will In' iit-M at JelTcrsun City June 24. lm Jl I'll I A I.. Tiio republic, m judiei.-il convention Will ho hi'lil itt .loplin July 1.1, l'.mj. KOlTKTKKNTH l O.VOHKHSIDNAI., Tin fou i ti'i iit li iiiij.Tcssiiiniil eon venli..ii wiil !i- held at Cape iirnr au M.iv ti. l'.nj. tor.NTY NoMINATINfl. Tim cunty iioinlii.il I m; convent ion of Cap- (iirttrdeiiii I'ounty. Missouri, will lie held at .liiek-oii May :i, l!i2. ANNOUNCEMENTS. Kill SIIKUIKK. We art' aiiilioricil ti iiiinmiiiee John K. ('..fuel as a eiitididuto fur tile oilier' of nhrriir. subject to the republic .in iiuiiiliintiiiLr con ven lion. Wu art- a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 10 April 1902

LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Z Wheat. 7t'ct. fur sixty-pound wheat, extra rr caclt intuition ul pound over sixty. Horn, to I. V. Limbaugh and wife, on April i.'. u jrtrl. Meier Urns, for Whito Klophatit busies. Geortfo Gordon, iff Oak lliduu, was in Jackson Monday. Try TIiimvi & Thciss' flour made at Wilkinson's mill. A. H Mixer, of Pocahontas, Avar in Jackson Monday. t'lirniiiiK seeds of all kiwis at McAtoc & Hui iklcV. McAleu Si Huerkle now occupy the Ca.-h Hook building. A now line: of titroot hats ox- peeled at Hutchison & Co. J. O. Mfhuar has beou on the sick list for a fow weeks. Checks t iikcn in exchnniro for goods at Hutchison & Co. Horn, to Henry Haider mid wife, on April :, a lino tioy. The very latest t!iin; the flower hat at Hutchison iV; Co. Our colored public school oh served Arbor day lust Friday. Suits from $7.25 up; pants from $3.00 up, ut Central barber shop Hen H. Adam-, of tho Cape Democrat, was in Jackson Mon--day. 'The Autre! Cake" lluur of Theis k Thu'iH...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 10 April 1902

" 2 1 rm n m -v .... ii- if ii- i w me. s . soxooooooooooO'OOOoooooj i ANDY CATHARTIC -T At I j"""Jj3CIJ,UGGI3TS CURE CONSTIPATION Constipation Afflicts 4 in part of the ptoptr all the timt, all the people part of the lime. Are you a chronic or occasional tulfrrer from constipation ? Do you want a sure, pure cure ? CASCARG1 $ (cat 'em like candy) will stimulate your liver, regulate your bowels, have your i blood clean and rich, sweeten your breath and make your stomach do its work. CASCARHTS KILL DISEASE GERMS, cure! sick headache, taste good and do good, please i the children, destroy and drive off worms and i other parasite;.. A ioc box will prove their merit, and put you on the right road to perfect and permanent health. Try ioc box to-day I If not pleased, get your money back. Larger boxes, 23c or 50c. (HE) 1 OOOKirT ANO f lAMI'Ll TMB AfcKINO rlSC Thn S lonly Conuino, Imitations I m ADDRFItS Sterling Re-red Co. OHIOAOO OA NEW YORK. 5S5 -4 OOOOOOOOOOOOO CMK0OOCKKKMH0 f r ip i p 1...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 17 April 1902

HERALD),, MIR K " sK' Klil"1'- IN Til K INTEREST OF THE 1'EOPLK AM) THK KEI'tltLlL'AN PARTY. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. V()l" V "ZvCKSO?nS80UlU. THURSDAY. A1MML 17, 1102. M' 23' OF HOLY WRIT 1 v. i' for n y dully rung Anions llii' iiUmikbiiI litlilinf Holy Writ, I mlk:lil clt--i:i i r. Tt'iinyiou International Sunday School Lesson. Hccoiul Waiter. Li'xhuii III. April 20. Acts X.SWi, 1'KTKIt AND COKNLLIUS. When 1 1 1 nt cr-murion of the proud Cornelian gens received his latest military assignment, ho may have commiserated tho ill luck that cast hi lot among the offensive unci turbulent Jews. How little Could he diiceru in it tho lea-ding of Providence! Mili tary serv ice among the Juden hills was (lod-s wv for l.itn into, the kingdom His fa.-b ,n Human wymuiogy, uireuciy snaKcn, grasps most giutcful'v Hebrew monothe ism, and is still further prepnred, to receive the doctrine rtf the cross. The humility and moral earn estness of this imperial captain is put to the severest test i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 17 April 1902

Jackson IIkhald. HKPtTBUCAN IS POLITICS. B. F. LUSK iM'Hi.iMUKit t'nirc M the iHtoflli' at Jttcmnn, Mo., JACKSON. M.. AHtlL II IW2 CONVENTIONS. HTATK XOMI.NATINU. Tlic republican state nomftmt ItiK coin-out ion will bo hold ut Jctlcrson CHy Juno 24, 1IH)2. Ji:ni(!iAf,. The republican Jinlicliil convention will !o In-Ill lit .liilin July l,r, I'.Ht. FDUIII KKNTII CONIIKKHHIONAI.. Tin? fourteenth congressional con vention will lie held at Capo Girar deau M:iy f, 1:2. I'ofSTV NO.MINATINll. Tim county nominating convention of Cape ( iir:irilnu comity, Missouri, Will he held al, Jackson May .'), llHjy. ANNOUNCEMENTS. nu MiiiiiiiFK. We nro iititliori.i-d it announce John K. Cottier as a candidate fur the odlec of sheriff, ku lij.ct tn the republican nominating convi'iitiuii. We are nuthori.i-'i ,, announce II. A. Nichols as a candid, lie fur the ollice i.f sherilf, subject to the will of the republican nominating conven t ion M.iv :i. KoK l lll'.NTV 'ol.l.Ki roil are iiiitliiii'i.iil to a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 17 April 1902

'S LOCAL HAPPENINGS. S Wheat. "Oct.-. fur nixty ponud wheat. extra fur each addition al pound over sixty. J. J. Sawyer, of Fruitland, wa io Jackson lust Saturday. J. C riipjurj is inoyiiig tbi week into his.new house. Meier Mros for White Elephant Mrs, Frank McOnire, of (lor 'douville. had business in Jackson Monday. Try Tlirii- & Tlinis.V Hour made lat Wilkinson's null. 'Rcnu'inlier the County Sunday ii:ool convention meets hero .pril 24 and Ho. Farmii !-' seeds of all kinds at MoAtee A. Huerkle's. Ki Muller, a millwright from St. Louis, was in Jacksou the Hist of the week. Suits from $7.25 up; pants from $3.00 up, at Central barber shop Don't forgot to attend the County Sunday school conven tion April '24 arid S5. "The Angel Cake" flour of Thcisn & Thuiss gives good satin faction. A Mrs. Summers, of Charles ton, wa yisitiug tho family of li. M. Morgan hist week. If you have clothes to clean, press, dye or repair bring them at the Central barber shop. W. li. VVhiltakerfc of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 17 April 1902

( XX00OOO0O00O000000O00O000O00000, ANDY CATHARTIC (he) lOe. i 26c. 80c. CURE CONSTIPATION ALL DRUGGISTS Constipation Afflicts part of the people all the time, all the people part ol the time. 1 Are you a chronic or occasional sufferer from constipation ? Do you want a sure, pure cure ? CASCARE3T5 (eat 'em like candy) wlfl stimulate your liver, regulate your boweU, leave your i blood clean and rich, sweeten your breath and make your stomach do its work. CASCARETS kill disease germs, cure ; sick headache, taste good and do good, please ' the children, destroy and drive oft worms and I other parasites. A toe box will prove their merit, and put you on the right road to perfect and permanent health. Try , a ioc box to-day I If not pleased, get your money ; back, l-arger boxes, 25c or 50c. rSMGi 0",v Genuine. A'Or 1 1 1 1 1 n 1 BOOKLft ANO SAMPLt FOkC ton TM ASKING Jo00X000OC00000 ADORtSS Sterling Ramedj Co. 1 OHI0AG0 OR NfcW YORK. SSS ra) Cut fCECl iWlfSF (HE) W. If. Mti.i.i:it, 1'r.Mi.l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 24 April 1902

It. F- Ll'SK, Kditor. IN THE INTEREST OF TJIE PEOPLE AND THE REPtULICAN PARTY. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR IN AIVAM'E. VOL. V. JACKSON. MISSOURI, THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 1H2. NO. 21. PLEASANT FIELDS OF HOLY WRIT Suvo f-.r tny ilnlty rmiun Annuls 1 1' il s:tnt ti,.l.l,,,f duly Writ, I mU'lil li mlr. Temijuna International Sunday - School Lesson. Second Quarter. Let-son IV. April 27. Acts XI, I CENTII.fcS KKt.T.IVKL) INTO TUIi CHIUCII. Tho world, nil unawaro of it, -was on t ho verge of an extraor dimiry social revolution: bloodless, indued, but fraught with greater consequences tliau tho most san guinary of coullicts; issues ruach i ii f-C to nations then unborn, con tinents then undiscovered. Tho whole human raco was concerned, while higher iu'.elligeucos were tloubtloss intorcstod spectators, and one at least a subordinate .participant. Tho strong and imnow prej udice of the Jews was Dot to be wondered at. They could not easily tour themselves loose from the deep rooted growth of fifteen ceutu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 24 April 1902

J A0KS03 II CliAI.I). mT'VttLH AN IN TOMTIT. ' " K M'.sK 1 'i Jii.i.i i ftu If mi- c Ur iU'-liUl. hi Jjfk-on, Ma., .1 A UK SON, MO., Al'IUL !. t(K2. CONVENTIONS. CTATK NOMINATING. . The r publican Stat" nominal Init convention wJI lie held n( Jrlti-r.Mim .'iy June 21. li'.U. jrri;nt T'n e,l.,iio .n judiclnl convention -lil 1 Io Id ill .'(! in Jillv .15, VM-2. I'f UrUTKKSTII 'OM.llKrtHIN.M The fourteenth coui;rrsNlonHl ,.,,. Vein i . ii i! ix hold al Cnpu (lirar deiiu M:i (I, 1 mi'. COI'MV NOMI.NATINCi, Tho county iiomiiialfntr convention of Capo (.Irnideiiii county, Mis-touri, will he iii-lil ;ii .IhuIcmiii May .'I, ll'O'J. ANNOUNCEMENTS. i-mk Kit KIMK. Wi' nrc iini I ii ni ,! to iiiiiioutiec Juliii K. I 'ut hit as :i candidate fur flu- ollleo nf sherill. subject to the republican iii.iiiiiitinir convention. Wo are null eii,:. -i to mmoiitico I). A. M. In, Is a ;i candid, He for the otll.-i- i f hIh ri;r. subject 1 , tin.; will of Hi'' rt publican iininiimtiiii; conveu t inn M iv .'...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 24 April 1902

f nPil. UiDDPMtMno LJWnmm LilllllUOl C. II. Mncko went to Dexter Monday on buincsn. Mricr Bros, for White ICIophunt J. A. Snider returned from Texas last Saturday. Kor scud potatoes chII on Mc Alee & l'-uei kle .link MeNeely. or Fruitland, wan in (Jordonvillo Monday. Try Thrisa & Tlieiss' flour made at Wilkinson's mill. Louis SUmu of tlio I'npu hud business in Jackson Inst week. Fiirininv Feeds of nil kinds at Me.Alee tSc I tin l kle'o. The excursion train to Charles ton passes Allenvillt! about 10:20. Suits from $7."o up; pants from Ifril.UO up, at Central barber shop County Sunday school conven tions convene hero today and to morrow. Wheat, "OcU for sixty-pound wheat, extra for eacli addition al pound over sixty. D. L. Hurford had business in sovorul of tuo southeast towns this week. If you desire your wife to ap prove of your plans buy her a Lat from Hutchison & Co. K. M. McCombs returned from his trip to the southern markets last Saturday. If you have clothes to clea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 24 April 1902

CCCj(CCCjCCCjCICCjfCC t I.. IJ; 5 t I.' 1 - iiiJi IP p IP 41 ANDY CATHARTIC CURE CONSTIPATION ALL DRUGGISTS Constipation Aff lists part of the people all the time, all the people part ol the time. Arc you chronic or occasional sufferer from constipation t i Do you want a sure, pure cur ? CASCARIiTS (eat 'cm like candy) will ttimulate ' your liver, regulate your bowels leave your i blood clean and rich, sweeten your breath and make your stomach do its work. CASCARHT5 kill disease germs, cur ; sick headache, tute good and do good, pic at 1 the cluldten, destroy and drive off worms and i other parasites. . . . . . . - A ioc box will prove their merit, and put you on the riIit road to perfect and permanent health. Try a ioc box to-dny I ir not pleased, grct your money back, larger boxes, 25c or 50c. 4 BOOKLt T AtlO AM PLC sntc W-Y2 'he iT'K.f,J Beware of "iLils Imitations I Sterling Rarnodj Co. OHIOAGO O NEW YORK. .-IS Sooooooooooooooooooo c ccj gj CCJLC ECJUC CCJLC ECJkc ccjQ.c CCi: W....

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