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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 29 August 1901

J.U I I I i I HI ' I I I i CIRCULATION 1000. ahsWWHi 1ME $1.00 PEir YEAR. B. F. LUSK, Alitor. IN THE INTEREST OF TUB PEOPLE AND THE REPUBLICAN PARTY. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. VOL. i. JACKSON. MISSOURI, THURSDAY. AUGUST 2 1901. M). 12. iCorrilfti4 1900 by tht CTIAPTEn IT. T"lMoo .wot reached Manila. A 'tMrd espooiMon nWl -,il' olulx uivt fo ob.ilii WHJ.- ; : Muf transports wore otnitifT, ' a1 atill tbcra lingered In t.M loetly land o Kin acrl fl-wr tliigcreil for a tlmo twlxt Ufa and death Vlntoo's strict ro nM-ile-rainp, I.luut rtt.uyresont. Of hia brntol antagonist no trace fend been found. Tho shrill crUu of thu Kuunlei hostboy. MpIicuentfnir Mid votingr oftWr's stentorian shout lor tha yolfeo, had brought, two or tUrc-e llnwniluu alar beorera utnl club wtelriera to tho afno of that fierce Mid wetl-nltfh filial ftfmirglo. All they found tlio gullim victim orrlth ttft in puln npon the din k, Ills blind yrmtni to bin sMo utd covi-red with tao Mood t-tinf poured fruca bin II w...

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. — 29 August 1901

Jackson IIekald. BEprnucAM politics. B. F. LUSK. .1'l'BLIfiUKK ' Kntcrrtf nt I he pontons t Jckon. Mo. M Mcund-cliun mailer NuTimlir 4, IHV7, pfflci fowl! 14 HZ JACKSON, MO., AUflt'ST 29, 1901. CoNGKKSSMAN VANDlVElt is for Dnviil A. DcArmond for tho democratic loader of tho next house. The county court of Mississippi county has contracted for f 003 worth of furniture for their new court house. Sum Brown was scntoncod to bang for the murder of Oeorgo Richardson in tho circuit court at Greenville last week. Tho case mny ho appealed. Thomas Uaird. of K'ennet, has been appointed by Gov. Dockery 9 a member of the board of resents for the Southeast Ml Bouri nonnul in place of F. J. Koce, who resigned. Oru county fair iiul tho world's fair should not absorb all our uttention. Our state fair at Sedalia begins September 0, and to hIiow our loyality to Missouri Institutions those of us who possibly cau . should attend this fair. What is the matter with tho Ukrai.d printing' the probato docket...

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. — 29 August 1901

LcVnu .in. - L'heat, 62c to (He 10 aay. ' . . . . - Lut uiiiHt weigh GO jMiunds to UK tlie lowest prico quoted. 'ho liwt grand jury found en truo bills. oo Mogler cmhq down from Loum yesterday, torn CScls at tho Capo County iliog comimuy. T. D. Hinoa had business near lily's Landing Monduy. on Gockel went to Altcnyille legal business Monday. Ed Flcntgo is in Annn, 111., in week with his racers. Herman Hesse has our thanks r a bunch of nico radishes. E. Li. IlenuYcks has moved a his farm just north of Jackson. Miss Minnie Owens wont to St. mis last Saturday to accept a position. , The infant child of John H artel, of near Burfordvlllo, died Tuesday. ' ' " " Hring in that stovo wood on 'scnntion. We can use a few -Ids now. IIcv. J. W. Worsnop preached for Kev. W. H. Tyler at Oak Midge last Sunday night. 13. P. Sutton sold his property in West Jackson to Mrs. Nellie Bcaslcy. Consideration, $725. You nan 'buy corn from the Cape County Milling company at C5cts. per bushel. E. O. Sibley a...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 29 August 1901

. ' ) A--.,. 4;r r .0 X f 1 i i" - -1U. F,. A!' . ti: 4 Circuit Court State vs. Thomas Hrwllcy, carrying concealed wenton8, Ten days In jaiU Stale vs. Louis - Mansfield, Ufttmult to kill. Continue.. State vs. Alex Smith, breaking jail and assault to kill. Three years in penitentiary. fitiito vs. Robert Wills, ectiuc lion. Dismissed.. State va. Thos. McKlroath, rape. Three, yearn in peniton tiary. Statu vs. Ocorgo IIoppor,crime against nnturo. Continued. Stuto vs. Elijah Headrick, aasault to kill. Continued. Ellen A Wricht vs. John Ilink, to (juiet title. Continaed. Matlie Bast et al. vs. G. W. Dust et al., partition. Appealed. V. P. Wilkinson vs. John Wat son Duyis, partition. Order ol sale npproved. Trunk Mogler vs. Fred Hciz tneer, jwtilum. lloport ol coin niissioncra approved. U recti J. Cruder it itl. vs. Win. II. llbldormann et nl., partition. Continued. JoiiPph Call vs. John Moll et al., rcviviil of judgment. Judgmont renewed for 400. B. Munnlieiruer vs. F.llcn Mc Kinney et al...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 5 September 1901

Jack THE (Ti a a urn , vri nrl CIRCULATION 1009. jM.VV TfiiV IlAIv. i. 1-'. M'KK, E.litor. IN THE INTEREST OF THE PEOPLE AND THE KEl'UBLICAN PARTY. ONE DOLLAR PER. YEAR IN ADVANCE. VOL. 4. JACKSON. MISSOURI, THURSDAY. SEPTKMBKR 5, 190L NO. n. lTZTn, A TI Tr fmQMM VMZLtlZrl UK I .-r-lt.il I )' (Copyrightes iro ly (hi r l . CTTAPTWR BTKOT-SI9. I A party of cavalry rutl ur.r rfcitrgs ol Com. (fonnHlr. s prur to nun fnitvn, wHifiun at, we ave, and r. wi pail- to boavd an old, us m4 r r,.j i Ftltaift Foii'h U mi cur 1U rvrutts. At Ostleri lAuL ftiifv.Riint tomrdu tha train aria U strut k svlth ths beauty os youa le-aa-r mmi ttr. . Ha trie lo rnak her acquaintance, ut la uneuce:,sfui. rnAPTKK II.4Myvraajit dlacovaraati a. M fffin Hav riaujFlit.v nf Raw Ma baa an encounter with a drunken recruit. Murray, who swear revenge. Karly nasi aiorriing the old recruit car ta dlsooverte a fire, caused by hsat'ng of Journal boxes, and the (j.llc-T barf If arrajit atth llwlr lives. Htuyveesnt help, re...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 5 September 1901

Jackson Herald. HrSPUHLlCAS IN POLITICS, li. R LUSIC 1'UIJLIWIKU Entrrefl et the imlnH m Jfcekon, Mo., fcg HcwudcluM matter Muv(u.lr 4. IHU7. Term for the JIehald are an follows: For one vear l.ou Six month 6" Thro months 'M Olflrn H Uo.Mmi',' jjjjj. Mi JACKSON, MO., SKPT. f. lltol. Kkmemhku our stato fair September 9 tu 13 at 8e1alia. is County Correspondence. The Parker Memorial Hospital of tlio Univcrsily of Missouri ut Columbia will be opened to tbo public on October 1. 1 001 . I'ostkks me out announcing tlio attractions of our fair at Capo (JimruYau October 8 to 12. Lot cveiybody no. ThU prom ibi to be the bust fair, by far, of hTv bold in this county. V . . . . . The minion of the University of Missouri, which begin on September 10, will probably be tlii: most successful in tho liistory of tlio school. The enrollment is expected to pass the 10'JO murk, although, owlny to the recent drouth, it will probably bo pro vented from reaching ns high u mark as was anticipated when hcIi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 5 September 1901

J LOCAL HAPPENINGS. ? . Whoat, COc lo ti2e to day. Wboat must weigh ',0 pounds to bring the lowest prion iuutud. Com 65cts at the Caou County Milling company. Mrs. Ilermau Woltcr returned from Lutesville last Saturday. IJrinr in that stovo wood on subsci iption. We can use a few loads now. Mrs. Eli Snidor has been very sick, but wo arc clad to report that she is belter. You can buy corn from the Capo County Milling company at 05c ts. per bushel. Louis Daumeistcr, wife and baby, of East St. Louis, tiro visit ing Dr. S. E. Woods und wife. , Mrs. Clara Hope, of Chaonia, is visiting her mother, Mrs. Anna Puis, who has been quite sick. , Rev. .1. O. Willott and family relumed homo last Friday. Mrs. Willett's health is much im proved. Albert Hicks was awarded? 10 in' a suit against VV. W.Taylor & 8on for rock before Justico snider last Friday. Sugar day at Wood Mercantile Co.'s September 4. 17 pounds best eastern granulated sugar for t on that day. Josio Jlarcnborg gayo a birth day pa...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 5 September 1901

Trapping a Profetsor by Wire. Anions sonic ouiusing college 'bcrapos told y "A Graduate." la tho September Ladies' Homo ' Journal, in a otory of a certain professor, not much liked by his pupils, who wns to ho married. The ludy lived in Cksvolaun: Anil tho students that loved (?) him weio not, of course, invited. Cut they delorinirrd that in kohic wny hj should hear from lliom. And he did, On the day ap pointed tho professor took the train nt 10 u. m., duo to urrivo at Cleveland at la. 30 p. m. Ahout eleven o'clock .liui Townscnd rushed to tho telegraph office and cent off this dispiilch: "Chief of l'ulicu, ClcvohmJ, O. Miin coming on train No. 6, tall, veil dressed, frock coat, wilk hat, . side whiskers. Escaped lunatic. Hold ! Shrewd, therefore be ware ! Slranj'e caso. Will say Uunio FimiUi. Mistake. .Thinks lie is professor in a college. Do lusion. Eicort to homo of friends at No. Euclid avenue." This message reached its desti nation loiig before Irnin No. 0 rcaehi'd Clevi-laml, ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 12 September 1901

JlAGK3 HEMALB, CIRCULATION 1000. $100 PER YEAR. Tjklf n THE B. f . 1XSK, Editor. IN THE INTEREST OF THE PEOPLE AND THE REPUBLICAN PARTY. ONE DOLLAR MR TEAR IN ADVANCE. VOL. 4. JACKSON. MISSOURI. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 12. 1901. NO.Tt. V N, A fir Copyright 190 jr the J CHAPTER X. ! Not until the tenth flay out from Honolulu ai Mr. Stuyvesaut no far reoovered an to warrant tbe eurfroons In permitting bis being lifted from . the hot and narrow bed to a ataatner ' chair on the atarboard alda. Even shea It waa with the eautlon to everybody that ha mint not be dis turbed. The heat below and In ninny f the staterooms waa overpowering-, and officers and soldiers in number slept upon the deck, and not a few rt the nd Croxs nurses spent night after night in the hnmboo and wicker reclining chuirs under the canvas awnings. Except for the ti-oplo temperature, the wrnthor had been fine and the oy(fe smooth and uneventful. The Snrramrnto rolled easily, Uzlly along. The men hnd morning shower baths an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 12 September 1901

Jackson Herald. REPUBLICAN IN yOLITICS. ..l'UHUHIIKIt h. T. LUSK t.".: ig?jarsr-rr- - z Kntomtf at th iH-ttoflf Jackson, Ho.. M Mcand-claw matwr NoTwnlr 4, 1W7. Term for tlie II euald ure as fol low: Fur one year 100 thx months Ml Thrco months ,.. .30 JACKSON. MO., SEPT. 12. IflOl. Mks..Geo. O. Vest has to contly learned that sho and Mis Carrie- Nation wero bora in tho same house in Kentucky. Thk man who shot PrCBidcnt McKinley wiys lie is an anarchist. Laws ought to be passed to prohibit any organization rf an archista to be formed. Ami should uny be formed, ail iUj members should bo banished. Cottnty Correspondence. A man by the name of Coroy John-ion of l'viinsylvania if 00 ywus old and has never rodo on a steam car. Ho is gumi; to break his record however by jro ing to tho Pan American expo nition. ' Lf.t Jackson and tho Jackson school district buy the J- M; A, buildinar, and then let tho Clover Hill district, tho Williams dis trict, tho MeFcrron district and the Poplar Kiilrjo ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 12 September 1901

MS I I J 3 j I 3 I 3 I I A 3 3 3 I I Hi m I I t ttr, LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Wheat. GOcts for sixty-pound wneat, ic nxtra lureacli addition ul pound over sixty. U. L. Jones wont to St. Louis Monday. Corn 65cts at the Capo County Mining company. " Dr. Phillips and O. M. Morton are In St. Louis this week. Charley Lylcs, of Dexter, was - visiting in Jackson a few duvs week. urmg in mat stove wood on subscription. We can use a few loads now. Frank Grant, of Brazoau, was in Jackson last Sundny, return ing Monday. You can buy corn from the Cape County Milling company at 65cts. per bushel. JRev. J. W. Worsnop will preach next Sunday afternoon at 3.30 o'clock at Liberty. Gustay Penzel Is building; a house for Prof, O. S. Summers iu San ford addition to Jackson. Our county court met last week and regulated the mer- bants' licenses of Cape county. . Dr. O. 8. Cannon moved his family this week to Graysboro, "Which he will make his future ?nomo. I Hines Clippard is building a . f ',' fine barn on his...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 12 September 1901

If,- ' r U Of',' : li ck i-i'. . Be Kind to a Neighbor. Be kind to your neighbor and Bend bins your paper to read if be does not take one, and do not humiliate bhn by compelling him to ask for it, hit lay it out where be can find it when It comes in the inoming nfter publication day. Do not bo so tincharitablu as to hide it becausa ho is as able to pay for it us you are. lie un doubtedly hits privato reasons for not taking it. Perhaps he has conscientious scruples about pay ing two or three cents for a pa per when he can get tho reading of it for nothing. Perhaps lie is mad at the editor for saying too much or too little about bim, or for refusing to credit him fivo or ten years, in which case the pa per does not amount to anything and ho will not have tho dirty thing in his house. But ho wants to read it nil the more to sec "wlinl the fool lias to Hay." He has a right to think it good enough to read and criticise, but not good enough to take and pay for. So humor this follow and gi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 19 September 1901

The Jackson Herald, CIRCULATION 1000. $1.00 PER YEAR. H. F. LUSK, Alitor. IN THE INTEREST OF THE PEOPLE AND THE REPUBLICAN PARTY. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAH IN ADVANCE. VOL. i. JACKSON. MISSOURI, THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER IP. 1901. NO. 15. -a . mm 4 m I'.V ''1 I - r 1 mm 9Z rj i v Copyrighted 190 ty tht J. 1 1 K I N .ti II At d 3IH JvV :;, CHAl'TKK XI. It was late iu the afternoon when i the riaurameu'o, slowly feeling her ' Way southward, hod come within view of El Krulle and Corregidor, looming up lllie sentinels at tuu ea trance to thu great, far-spreading bny. iliutt and his assistants, with the eld officer In command of the troop., peered through their binoculars or telescopes for isij'n of .'cruiser or transport slung the rocky shores, and marveled mneh Hint none could he Keen. O'er iii';iit)Nt the evening aim Just sinking to the west the dim ''4 lOl I i ,lf-a nf t kf. II I .lttf tint u f u ntirl cui ru of some hlg vessel became visible for f three minutes, then faded from view. f4 Ihe pas...

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. — 19 September 1901

1 1 1 1 " 1 - a . Jackson Herald. tUSPUBLICAJf IN POLITICS. 13. V. LUSK.... . l'L' JILIHIIF.lt tntrrftf at tin poatrtfllca at Jftrkaim, !'., M cirad-ela mattvr Novumltor , 18V7. Tcriuit for tha Heuald are n fol low: For one year 11.00 Six muntbH r0 Throe month 30 PHOKE: onva i Kftlfl w-c 11 JACKSON, MO., KKl'T. 19. HKll. Anarchists, all agree, bavo no place on American soil. Uoosevklt will continue the policy begun by President Mc kinley. Rooskvf.lt tines not desire punrds to protect him. IIo says bo iIi'ch not winb to eatublish that prooident. President McKinlky died in tho faith ah his lust words to his wife indicate, "Ood's will, not ours, bo done. PnEsmKNT McK.ini.ky will be buried at Canton, Ohio, funeral services will bo held this after tjco.i at 2 o'clock. i kkason is i)uniithable by di.uth. Anitrchi.sU ore traitors, benco they certainly should re ceive their just punishtntnt. O.vk clauxe of our preamble i. "to pronioto the noner:il welfare of tho people." This the an arrh'iH...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 19 September 1901

t LOCAL HAPPENINGS, Z What, COctH for sixty pound wheat, lc e xtra for each addi'ion i! pound over sixty. V. -. A fr-ist in and around Jack i. vf-.tHf'tty. Cora 65cis at the Cape County Milling coinpauy. Henry Krade, of Friedhotm, had business in Jackson lust Monday. . You can buy corn from the Cape County Milling company at 65cta. or bushel. Il'iornr eavs that tlioro will be u wfd.liiiK in Weot Juckson in the near future. JLots of now poods at Wood Mercantile Co.'s and tlio prices are the. lowest. O. B Kinder la putting a large plans front in the Grant & El trecht building. There is much to bo gained by buying your millinery goods from Hutchison & Co. Consider the matter Don't forsrd the colored Baptist picnic Saturday, September 21. at Hinkle's grovo Refreshments will bo served. While returning from a shoot ing last Saturday night Henry Wagner was severely bruised in a runaway. D. T. Sawyer, postmaster at Fruit-land, returned from a visit to his brother, W. F. Sawyer, at G...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 19 September 1901

if 1 8 : ' t;- :.. . , ? 5' I -r i POPULATION OF CITIES and TOWNS IN MISSOURI As Shown By An Official Bulletin Just Issued from the Census Office The rtimn.r of Incorporated I eltlee, JPn? Iind villa-. In Mls.ourl In lew wst 397 ml n low A recent r,.i. bulletin give b population of lhi place m follow: Cities, Town. Village una Itoroufch. rVlrlan rity 1vanc town iiniry vlllegu JUIianr clly AMrloli vlll'ifiu ailonvlllo villego Alma villoma ' Aliumont vlll'igo Allcnhurg town Anon vilg AJtotll! VlilltKO Aniasonlii vlllutre A in. Tot town fLmsterd.-im town Antinpoll town Annliilon village Apple I oil "i APbl'-tntl village ArtNri town Arcailta vlllitgu Arclne vlil.ix- Arniai.ro. m village Arrow liu k vllugi Axhborn vUIhk Ash Uruvo !'' kahlatul villus.,) , uaiita town , Aurora cltv Kiin-rn Ppilm; town A,UXVH8C Vlll.lKe am roft vIUuki; .... tiring village litnoml viil.iso (ell iity Ullage liollon t'ity lloiilou villus'- teuton t'ity villas'-, 'Illlo Mil.li:' Il'-rtiaiul Ultimo .... ;i-tlnii...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 26 September 1901

1 .V.' '?--, 11 ME CIRCULATION 1000. MO ft 1HI 1 V 1- '15. F. LUSK, Editor. IN THE INTEREST OF THE PEOPLE AND THE REPUBLICAN PARTY. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. VOL. 4. JACKSON, MISSOURI, THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 26, 1901. ISO, 40. EtSALP L7 ..''tf 8 "a tCpytl(hi4 t4o by h CHATTER XII. Ootober had "pt and the rainy ten irai going, but itlU the heat of the mtddar un drove everybody srijhin door erpt the lrrepreibl Yankeo soldlsry, relented "on pain" from routine flnty at Inasr barrack or outer picket Hue, anil wandering bout thta strange, old-world metrop olis of the Philippine, racklaaa of time or temperature In their deter mlnntion to aee everything there wal to lie een about the wliilora strong hold of "the Done" In Asiatic watere Along the narrow aidewalk of the Rscolta, nlready bordered by Amer ican sign and saloons and ren dered even more than usually precar lone by American drinks, the blue hlrted boy wondered, open-eyed marveling iniiob to And 'IwlKt twelve .nd twa Hi. abutters...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 26 September 1901

ii. it; i - . . i .1 v. Jackson Heuald; RKPUBMCA2C HI TOUTICS. B. F. LUSK Pvbmsiuck KntareS at thi potitofrlre at Jack win. Mo., M Mcand-clM natter November 4. 1W7. Terms (or tho IIckald are as fol lows: for one year. . . . 1.00 01 1 months .60 Three months 30 Office !3 Kaal l1nc.... JACKSON, MO.. KEPT. 20, -1901. The great steel strike has been Settled. , Emma Goldman says "Czol Boss Is a cracked brain fool." We see where she Is right for once. Czoloosz was found guilty of murder in the first degroe. Sen lence will bo pronounced on him today. . Roosevelt tendered each member of McKinley's cabinot their respective places, and each accepted. Koosevklt says that the re publican party will settle the trust question in tho next cam' paign. Tho democratic accusa tions that the tariff is rcsposible for the trusts vill all be knocked out. Through tho courtesy of state superintendent of public schools, W. T. Carringlon, we are in re ceipt of a catalogue showing tho list of books from which ...

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. — 26 September 1901

LOCAiAPPENINGS. 7 Wheat, OOcU for sixty-pound wheat, lc extra for each addition kl jwund over sixty. New fall ftooii now in at Bruening & Kcrstucr's. Born, to John Mucke and wife, on September 21, a girl. Corn C5cts at thu Cap County Milling company. August llonecke returned from rBL Louis last Thursday. L. M. Bean returned from Rlrwtmflold lont Thursday. Special rates will bo eivon on " the Houck road durin? Cape fair. Mayor Porterficld. of Capo Giratdoau, was in Jackson Tues day. You can buy corn from the Cape County Milling company at 65cts. per bushel. The year-old daughter of W. H. Schaefer was buried last Thursday. K Lots of new goods at Wood Mercantile Co .'a and the prices are the lowest Mrs. A. C. Schmuke and chil dren are visiting this week in r Fredoricktown. Capes and jackets. New fall stock now in. Plush capes from 11.50 up at Bruening & Kerst tier's. There was but one marriage license issued since our last issue and that was to P. E. Molenbour . and Annio Curtr...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 26 September 1901

- .ia. tt, -KVi t . ,. ..,.,rr- m. V. V j, ' I- " .a r. . Time to be Happy. A few rooro years and Sumner county, Kansas, will take its placu Alongside Manhattan Island . as a place whore valuable land will Iks sold by the square inch. Bumncr county, t will bo re mombotod, is tho 1 urges t wheat troducini; county in the United Button. It is good simply to rend of the Elysian fields that surround Wel lington, tho county seat. Next week a wheal jubilee will be held in this thriving Kansas town. It promise to eclipse anything or tno sort evor attempted. And no wonder that they will celebrate. Thero are only 20,- 000 people in tho county, but they harvested 7,000,000 bushels of wheat this year. The average yield per acre was forty bushols, weighing from sixty to sixty- two pounds to the bushol, all llrut grade. Lost year the yield was 6.0C00.000 bushels. Think of 12,000.000 biirslicls of wheat di vided anions 20,000 people GOO buuheU to every man, woman and oh'ld in the community. lint t...

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