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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 30 July 1903

) . ." i-V'. I t tr f;-, X n Vatican Mourns Venerable Pontiff Wcchs of 111 ness Exltavisted Pope l.eo and tlie Unci Was Calm and Peaceful . , i , Homo: Tope I,po. Xllf., the vener , able head of the Itonmn Catholic ', :t !i- church. Is dead. Tho final Strugs',' ended at 4:01 o'clock Monday after ,. noon. Tho eud wilt Herem1 mid 'r '. i acef ill, a filling flnaln lo the lifo of I ho prolate whoso greatest ambition ' ! ' ami desire wan for progressive peace. 't.'lC Vatican official nay ihnt tho Pope If )t wiui In n deep coma all day Life aim- ply faded away without a rally or In ;.. cident. Ahont an hour after Dr. Lap- ponl pt'oDonnced life extinct Cardinal OrcRlla entered the death chamber to lierlorm the solemn ceremony of olll .:' cially verifying hU dmth. 11" lifted , ; tho cloth from the face of the dead . i, Pope, and in an Impressive voice call , oil three times: "IVcel. answer! " ',) Thou la an Impressive, voice Ire do ' cl.ired: "The I'opo Is Indeed dead." !. .'; Tim old cere...

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. — 30 July 1903

"ny irrvi-ri.". WIRELESS OUTFIT FOR ARMY. riras lalls War Draart. ' .' (- Wwkltitti' wit Telia. . The first rorjslgruneDt of portable Wireless telegraph carriages will be hipped by Bi.uictis & flalske, of Ber- ' tia, to Washington within a few days, to b employed by the United States ' elgniil corp for the annjr. Si c.r- ' rlp will be placed In operation at mlHtarj pott near Washing-ton aud will bt employed in the army maoeuT ara. Tba wagons are especially adapted ' for uae in the mountainous western re- ao of the United States. The air wire la of flue steel and it elevated by meant of a small capttte balloon or by Utiftheweithfrriafairoble. Tin system employed it that Invented by I'rof. Brnnn and used at the last Ger man maneuvers in the presence of ' Gent. Corbln, Young and Wood. trV11 ,h tirt'rpt in tli Lnited Statet army to employ wirHets telffc-rapiiy on a praetiral bnsla. Pif- teen earriajfet nltlmaMy will be tent tollns United Btalet. Several nre to t be thipped likev.lv ...

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. — 6 August 1903

The Jackson MemalPo B. F. LUSK, Editor. IN THE INTEREST OF THE fEOPLE AND THE REPUBLICAN PARTY. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR IN ADVANCE VOL. VI. JACKSON. MISSOURI, THURSDAY. AUGUST luTlH):?. NO. 39 BORN TO SERVE By CUJIRLES M. SHELDOJt, Author of "IN HIS STEPS." "JOHN K5NCS QUESTION CLASS." "EDWARD BLAKE." Etc. Oopjrrl&t, IBM. hr Her mother trird torntnfort hrr. but Burhnru nun mure urrssc(l over tlio situation thun she lisd ever bren in u 1 1 her life. She hnd met her deacon, mid tiud breu completely routed. And s.lic bad even at one time thought con temptuously of the ilrnjron! Hut, us (he went to her room that nlc;ht, le felt with preat humiliation tliut the dragon hud won mid she would never e. (a iu have the courage to look hiui in the fuei'. The next day "ho iient orcr for lier trunk; and. when tha exprcssmuii brought It, he handed ln-T a note that had been given him liy Mrs. Word. liarbiim opened it in some excite mcnt, thlnkitic It might be a reqiiext to come bach. Itnt It was a ...

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. — 6 August 1903

The Jackson Herald. B. F. LCNK, Pvhusiikh. JACKSON MISSOCUI. Tramp are scarco In Kaniai. They ava out looking for work. To hungry man, the best half ot a frld chicken la two-third of It At the present time most of the war fcorse la the world are Missouri mules. At taut the secret la out. The John aona over bere are the Vltches of cen tral Europe. "R truthful, be honeiit, and perse vere," cayi Senator I'latt on bia sev ntleth birthday. When the Ire man wants more money he Just takes It, without any preliminary negotiating. There Is no war on the Bulgarian frontier, but the Turkish and Bul garian troop are fighting. Crimes caused by Jealousy are al most always Inspired by a woman Who Isn't fit to be Jealous of. As yet no arrangements have been mado for an exchange of visits be tween the mlkudo and tho czar. If a man rould be as good as he Intends to when he gets married what happy time women would have. It is a mean woman who will ask lier Into reluming husband to pro nounce one of th...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 6 August 1903

Sarto Elected Pope; Will Rule as Pius X Patriarch of Venice Chosen on the Seventh Ballot New Pope is of Humble Birth Homo: On tlio seventh ballot In tlin conclave of cardinals Tuesday morning Cardinal Oulsoppe Sano, pat riarch of Venlro, was elected pope, to succeed Leo XIII, and now iuIim the Catholic world an Pius X. "I bring you groat Joy. We have a pope," rang nut. a great vibrant voice high up above the central portal nf the rhlrf temple of Christendom. The proclamation reached every ear nf the multitude which filled the splendid ap proach below Tuesday morning. Eager though they were to learn whose brow would wear the triple tiara, the Roman jmptilace raised a mighty shout of ac clamation. Knr several moments wild, tumultuous cheers rose toward the ids'.lng midday run. The red-robed cardinal above pair ed with arms tipliftt-vl and alienee fame, sudden and complete. Again that soiu. rolls, dramatic voice: "ie is hlH eminence, the most reverend Cardinal, Archbishop and Patriarch...

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. — 6 August 1903

Jackson Herald. ItKI'UIII.ICAN IN WIUTICS. 11. K. LtfMv J'uiu.iHiiKii Thoughts of Others. KnlrrM nt Ihi' iionlnMli'i' nl ,-,i'kMiN. Vi, it MH'uiid-cliiM malt.ir .nvt:mtH'r 4, lri. tlfllrp Hel lilfniH'.. I4 Terms fur tlio IImiAi.d urn as fol lows: Vitr one yrur 1 1. no Six tnoriMm fit) Hircc months no Aivktiini H.tks: LuchU tic ver Unit eiich Insertion. J'riiO".Hluiinl Curd S5 ir year. Le1r.1l Ailverii.e-Intuits- Iriral r:lt('H. 1 HHj!iiy ml rn luiwlu known on npjiliculnn. JACKSON, MO. .UGI'STi). 1iki;I. Thk Republicans of this county have now more need of p.ttinp; together than ever. Tlio Prohi , bitionists und Democrats )mvu gone together, ns wo infer, un.l the lvepublie.ins will have to de feat the wliolo pane, jinl hy slide in; together we ran do it. The Prohibition dub last Wed nesday by resolutions made the Casli-Uook their oran. They Hay ait the good done againsi saloons and things in tlii.s enmity lian been done by Hi,. Cash-Hook. In other words the Prohilitii.m isls have gni...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 6 August 1903

Locals. Wheal Too. to-day. Sgo itiiHhlingi'r'H bargain salt; thin month. Try a glana of "push" ut J. L. Sibley's. HutCRy parade nt doll nhow. Don't niina it. "Push is 11 delieiotm drink. i.Sihley has il. For hit"' potato need )t() to Me Ateo & Jlucrlilc. Everybody drinkn Milde's cele brated cream soda. lhirvcy Jones is visiting in Ava, 111., this week. J. C. Wallace is vi:.itinj in Marble Hill this week. White duek caps for small boys or irls at Morgan Ostein. Mace Snider of Whitewater "wan iri Jackson yesterday. Great bargains in flowers and chiffons at Hutchison & Co. Fred Kaio of the Cape had business in Jackson yesterday. Stock l'eas of all varieties can lie found at McAtee A Huerkle. JoHeph Koehler moved into his new residence in North Jackson. MildeV favored bottled cream soda delivered to a.11 parts of the city. Mrs. Mu'ole Gillingliam of Ill inois is visiting her sinter Mm. J. W. Taylor. The W. C. T. U. will serve ice cream up town next Tuesday evening. Mrs. U. M. Sa...

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. — 6 August 1903

fF ixjn --,- -e - '--"-'' r TNfSMTOm MiMWll u Paraiolt That Are Toilet Bottle. The newest parasol and umbrella has more than ono mixtion to fulfil. Those of iHtost. Importation have rlt li ly and exquisitely carved art nouveau handles of whitest Ivory. Thy are long and heavy and screw on to the wooden ahull that supports their slik en mounting. There handles are hoi low and contain a tiny six-inch vial to be Ulled with cologne or toilet wat er. Hy pressing an ornament in tho carving of tho handle, the top of the vlat opens and sends out a spray of Its fragrant contents to moisten a handkerchief or dampen the temples of a fatigued or faint Inn lady. Some times the handle of tho parauol lu filled with delicious Russian salts In ateud of cologne. Pretty Theater Waist. Blouse nf straw . olored silk trim med with lace and with hunches of crapes In n rais ed, white applique embroidery. Tho l.ve forma a sort of yoke, with points extending down on the sleeves, and a wulstcca! border ed with...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 6 August 1903

NOT SAFE FOR ANQEL9. Little Jack Knew There Was Danger In Such Work. Tho woman with tho enameled tea cup flipped and told thin story. She iiald the Incident happened In Brook lyn. "A little boy stood at tho window watching the mow falling upon the pavement and blowing together Into dUHty patches. " Aunt,' he sold, 'do the angels Bend the sr-ow?' "'Yes, dour, raid aunt, without look ing up from her hook. "There was silence for a while. From out the bouse across the way wblte-cappcd maid came with a brooru and swept tho sidewalk and the steps. She was the maid of Mrs. H., a very fastidious, fussy old lady, who had a strong dislike for children and dirt. Indeed, she seemed to re gard the word as synonymous. Only that day she had sent little Jack and his chums away from her aide of tho street. '.link watched the maid for awhile," rontlnued the narrator, up. cording to the New York Times, "then he startled his aunt with this statement: "Well, then Id pity the angels If Mrs. H. catches tb...

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. — 6 August 1903

1 rr WIIATCH1LDKEXLACK Rev. Edward Everett Hale Declaret They Are Not Trained in Duty. Xfc' Dlarinualahrd t'trnohrr and Aalhnr Kind I-null Mlh l'rr al MrtHimla n f K.ilurntlon la lb I'uliliP Svbouln. , hex. Kiln. -ml Kverett Ilulr, of 1W ,ton, (ikv to tin' nun if nu n nf nlr .utilveri-ity the ntliir clay in I'titliil rhiin I on "Duty; 1 lie Triiininn f,r It." In tin1 iMiurc of his Minimi Dr. llnli touched upon tin- luck of imiriil I ruin in); In tliv titiiii ri-itli p in I lii. count i liticl niiiili' Miini refcrenci tn llwrtflnl triiiverity nlnn lir vhik nn imr.-ici there, crilicii-'.iiir lie inn tiiiiini lit of the uihlir m-ImioIs. Ho m !il in pn rl i "I hlmnlil not iiy tlmt tin- I'liililrnn of our tinir luive no triiinitii In iIum. Still I mn n f mid I liul tin' iili.'i of Mii-h liiiininir n tin- f ii ikIii in i ntiil 1 1 : it i I riliii'iitinn Ih not n ctntiiil ns it n' liiHidri'il yr ii t nun. t'uiliiiiliiriHv 200 yi ni'Min tin- ccntrnl liini wiistluit children flinnlil lir trn...

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. — 13 August 1903

H. F. LUSK, Kditor. IN THE INTEREST OF THE I'EOPLE AND THE REPUBLICAN PARTY. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR IN APVANUK VOL. VI. .JACKSON. MISSOURI, THURSDAY. AUGUST 13, W.. .:7'-:' , , .v-,;.: ;;JNO."10 L O CALS Wheat 7oc. to-day. ,I;icks(in Store Co. pays as much cash fur ep;;s as others ay in trade. Circuit court next week. Grace McLain is visiting nt Oriole this week. See Ilassliner's bargain sale tin's mouth J. V..Mi Combs, ,lr., returned to Texas last week. Try a glass of "push" at .1. I,. Sibley's. A. L. Pryte of St. Louis was In Jackson a few days last week. luggy parade nt dull show. Don't mitw it. Porn, to Sim Kosterson nnd wife, of near Jackson, on August 7, n fine girl. "Push is a delicious drink. Sibley has it. Wallace MeLain and wife vis ited the family of J. I'. McLain of West Jackson this week. For late potato seed go to Me Atc; & Puerkle. lr. Moench of tlie J. M. A. was in Dexter the first of the week looking after the interests of the school. White dtn k caps for small hoy...

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. — 13 August 1903

I Missouri 3F VILLAGE DESTROYED. Lightning and Wind Work Havoc in Vernon County, Missouri. Nevada, Mo.: A selcro windstorm Ylslted Vernon County Saturday morn Ing and rnntlmii'd frotn 1 o'clock until Sam. In this city a large number of tri-es were Mown down, electric wlre-e broken, a new rhurrh building being: State will he secured and analyzed by ro:ted by the loiter Day Saints wasjlVictor A. J. Detwilcr. the State Mac-ap-eatly damaged, and all the tents at tfriolorl. The samples of water. Lake Park, to be used by the veterans i with their chemical and baile riotogl of the Orand Army of the Republic a i cat analysis, will be exhibited In the fheir reunion next week, were leveled I Kdneatinnal building, to the Kround. 'It In our Intention." said Jloctor In the county scleral horses ait'I ; Deiwiler, "to prove Hint Missouri ha cattle were killed by lightning and a ! as good a supply of wa'er for drink- great, quantity of new bay destroyed. The stock village of Met. In the northwest p...

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. — 13 August 1903

i r4 ''if. A Pius X. Assumes Papal Crown lmmin Gathering Bursts Into Unrestrained Acclamation Hi hmo : Pope Plus X. a rrown.,d In SI. PpUt's Sunday morning with ceremonies f Ihe rarest splendor In Mm presence of a great and imposing assemblage. The Hi Itllntc heat was the only drawback to thn occasion, fur Hoveral of thn perspiring crowd inside the church fainted, ami many u( those atundlug ontalde worn sunstruck. The doors were opened at 6:30 o'clock, when the sunshlno wait already In- tense Thn basilica wan Immediately crowded, and It wan found necessary ' ahortly afterward to close tho doors. .There u an Immense crowd In tho ; groat square of SI Peter's, where they J stood lu the h weltering sun. waiting. , with Italian patience, for thn reopen- j ing of 'hc doors. The suuar was dl- I vleled Into section by numerous line j of troops. A H ocloek there wan a merry peal of hells, and the Pope appeared in the alt him. where he took IiIh neat upon llimne. Cardinal Ilampolla. arch prie...

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. — 13 August 1903

JACKSON HERALD. REPUBLICAN IN POLITICS. II. F. IX SK . .. .I'ulillshiM- Entered at tho postoffloe at. Jack on, Mo., as second-class matter No Mter 4. 1897. PHONICS: Office IIS Residence 142 Term for the Herald are as follow: For one year $1.00 (Six month. . . . 50 Three months., '' Advertising Hates: licals tic per line earh Insertion. Profeslonal Card $5 per year. l"Kal Advertisements leRal rate. Display ad. rates made known nn application. Much that la might better nut hava tswn. Hut the President la still -tie ahead f the x President. KlriR ICdward admiringly testifies that Admiral Cotton Ix all wool and a yard wide. The liaseliall player often (toe out on flrike without orders from the walking Oelcpate. Those fellows who tried to timer rot ton toiot to hiive a lew nufly hales on whleli to alight. Many liuve lieen killed In Venezuela ill the recent liatiles there. That In not revolution It is war. Prof. Iiirli y is too valuulile a niHti to lose. We trust some one Use will be sent...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 13 August 1903

BORN TO SERVE By CHARLES M. SHELDOW, Author of "IN ins STEPS." "JOHN KING S QVESTION CLASS." XUWAKU KLAKt," Etc (I WK PAW' Till When l'.i rim ; n vv i darlvtirsv nficr ll.at :k vm. IN AI.I.TIHN.'IP ' mi . i i! i i the ( Hi with ills. it ru.-Ut. 1Mb, l.y Ins-tnutly I'nMtnrnV face licrnrnr I'rnvi'. nn1 Mr. Morion ns ho rni-cd his lint srcmcii riitiiii.v Fnlii-r. The "Vt fcj(J r" ' "IAKUON UK, MIPS C'LAIIK." Oilltiipl'Hiii pttsst-tl litem with ivhiit i.eenicil to P.ui-ltiirtt uiiusiihIIv severe fiiees. The liplit of 1 he aflerntuin sud denly went onf. She wan no lonfrer a collefrr ffmtluate, an cilucutcd ynuir vnniun tin- eiiual, in every- ti '"it weal III, if thin (riorums creiilurc ilie had Just passed; slip vvhh inly u hit I'd pirl, h servant. Anil tin' eulf Ihnl yawned hflifti her noil the minister whk loo deep to bp liriilieil. It wim folly to In- happv nny loneier. Happine si nan not for lr: il.lv iimliit ion left, mill even thut luiclit not lit' possible if this Mirinl et t leni...

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. — 13 August 1903

v. ' ki J - w- r- T-- - - - - - --- . ' He Inexpensive Hat. She wanted u dashing hat for t'.io Mountain resort (o which she v as going, HTtil htT money was ull Iml prut. Ho she bmghl a picture shapts o n tawny lace straw, tailn r an odd looking thing by i-'hi'it of its color. Hue IrimiiK'il It with small flame-co: o.nl ostrich tips, atnl Hit result was a pliuresiiuo, dashing iliapcau. Tlio frathns i omplctely entircled the low riown, nnd there was mi other Irirn- mlnn. It was novel nnd individual, nml strikingly luii"l off white, black, uilil iiri"n color gowns. Red Linen Gown, clown nt rod linen, tr'iiim.'.l with Mlt. h-.l band ami straps ul .In ma terial ami with i:ti-u eovt'i od buttons. T ll (' lllollSO is trimmed arimml I In arm size bo lero fashion with tin hands, from which extend linle straps f a.il o n i'iI ai the ends Willi lint "j 1 lolls. I III statin Km fee collar is nf I II V Irish 1.1(0. j nluitt ii iit purl, Incited i': it the out- , i,l Ii- uu'l trimmed ' villi tin'...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 13 August 1903

V uii w . 7 An After Dinner Train. TleglmiLg AiifWKl 2ml, M K. & T., train No. v. ill leave Ki.-ishs City I'nlon l'e' t nt I2;2.r. p. ni., Itvlend f 1tl:.'ri it. in n? Iiircfnfeie. Thl.-t makes An rl. g::bt Aflnr D'nner Train fur ToXHS, 'iVl!!f? tassel. gi T fi nil (III! North unci West (in opportunity to lay over In Ka'isne ( !ty for cifriil hours, and ll.eri rtni n c their journey to silnts Hacked by llir "Kaiv" In Okla homa, Indian 'I'tnili ry mul Texas. Origin cf the Bunyip. In tlie fil'B, when tin' gold fever was still high, a walrus tunic ashore mar nn Australian town; the i nature was captured umI sold to mi enter-, rising digger, wlm coiihI rut ted n Ninth, put the walrus In It, anil iulr over the concern in tlarlri(i Ittiers, "The Dun yip lias arrived.'' Th show was n great flniuii lul muin, u,t the c hnng of environment Old nut suit he spu rloiiH hunvip. In two or three days In Bpltc ol a compulsory diet of fresh fish, lie died, and the- I ouy was sold to tlir curator ...

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. — 13 August 1903

-J w I! iy i lo lo o er . n vl Iti M ol tl; PI tit Jackson IIi:iiai,i. KEi'iriiLiCAM ix i'(i.rrii!. II. V. Ll'SK I'L'lll.tsflKII l-.nu-w Hi tin-Ktoffli-i m .titcKiuiri. Mo., M vuiiii1-iiiin emitter Niivchilii l 4. 1V7. (IffliT lt(-Milll-l(. . Terms fur tin: IIkiiAI.d are lows: for one year fiiX IIKlMtll 1 lin-c montlis il fill- I. no ."o ..'in A l K.lll l-O Nl H.VIKs! f.oi'.'llx l.r 1I line cm-1 1 inscrtioi. I'rolessiniuil Curd "i t r year. l,i-g. Advitti.c-Hunts-- i yal rates. I 'isi'iiy iirl rates liiadc kn iwii mi application. JACKSON, MO. AIM ST l.l. p'):i. Stii. I- our password is "uiiinii." The Republican party in this eounty must lie united. IMWKUN 1'iH'MV wont dry at tln Incut Ditinri election last iNatarday I iy a thousand majority. I.l-.T our oiTi'Ti's enforce to tin letter t!n laws now on tin; statute books ami crime wi I SSelM'd. Ma.N, to ilo .'.1 that which will benefit himself ami his country, must work voluntarily, riot be forced. il e must i Tin: Republican parry adv...

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. — 20 August 1903

SB. F. LUSK, Editor. IN THE INTEREST OF TIIK PEOPLE AND THE REPUBLICAN PARTY. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR IN ADVANCE 4vol. VI. JACKSON. MISSOURI, THURSDAY, AUGUST 20, liMW. M). 41 V F. '.-t. , KM 1 r LOCALS Wheat 75c. to-day, Jackson Store Co. pays as much cash for eggs as others pay in trade. O. Miltenborger is in St. Louis V$ this week. Try a glass of "push" at J. L. Sibley's. The Fraternal Order of Colo nials meet to-night. ;f C. D. Tresenriter of the Cape v was in Jackson Tuesday on busi-h-. news. "Push is a delicious drink, Sibley has it. " The grand jury will have work 'i for the greater portion of the week. I Mrs. Ed Howard went to St. "i Louis Tuesday to have her eyes treated. See Meier Bros, if you want a good buggy cheap. fJarrison Rhode Waler had businct., Monday. Col. Birmingham of Vhite In Jackson and Miss Kate Pepper went to Burford- ville to-day. White duck caps for small boys or girls at Morgan Sisteis. Harvey Jones, who has been visiting at Ava, 111., returned home Monday. ...

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. — 20 August 1903

Missouri Doings NEW CATTLE DI8EA8E APPEARS. "Scabies." Unknown In Thi Stat Till Recently, Threatens Loaeea. Columbia, Mo.: A new rattle dis ease baa appeared tn Missouri, and the danger of Its hoeoning prevalent throughout the State ban canned the Missouri State Hoard of Agrlrtilture, of wblcb George H Bills of Columbia Is secretary, to make an investigation, and It Is prescribing remedies to farm ers, whose stork is affected. The new disease Is known scientific ally as psoroptlc scabies, although It ts known provincial!? by a number of different names, "range itcli," "mange," "scabies" and "cattle Itch." The cause of the disease is a very small parasite, so small that it can hardly be seen by the naked eye, al though it may be present in very large numbers on the affected cow. It Is estimated that under favorable conditions, each female will, lu 90 'days, produce l.Wel.OOO Individuals. The eggs hatch In about seven days, aud fourteen days after hatching, the young begin to lay egg....

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