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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 20 August 1903

Sow the Ghouls Murder a Victim "Wltnrss Describes the Killing of Richard Jordan Indians" ills, Inil.: The detectives ncarchir.g for tho principals ami acces sories in the wholesale tnurder.1 ex posed by the confession of Itufu Can Ircll Tuesday discovered an eyewitness Id the murder by the. gang of Richard Jor.tnit. Crouched In concealment, helpless with fear, the witness was forced to eo every harrowing detail .f the mur lor of tho helpless victim of t'au tar. rlblo "Sign of the Cross." The p llce refuse to divulge the name of the witness, who haa been placed under arrest. A transfer man, who carried Jor dan's dead body from tho cellar of the ruudPKiims to the Indiana dental college, where Cant rail gold the corpse, haa also been found. Tho transfer was made In broad day. "I had been suspicious of Rufus Cantrell, Samuel Martin and others of Ills organization. I had evidence that thejr were murderers. For the sako of those who are near and dear to me, who, without itnowlintge of the...

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. — 20 August 1903

JACKSON HERALD. REPUBLICAN IN POLITIC8. B. F. LUSK PhMIhIut Entered at the poslofflee at Jack, on, Mo., an second-clang matter No vember 4, 1897. IMIONE3: OITIc 148 Residence 142 Terma for the Herald are aa follow : Pur one year $1.00 Six month 50 Three mootha 3" Advertising Kates: Locals 6c per line each insertion, Profeelonal Card IS per year. LckhI Advertisements legal rates. Display ad. ratea mad known on application. THE MARKET REPORT. A Summarized Rtport Covtrlng the Prevailing Condition. GRAIN St. Louie. Whkat No. 2 red. new t:i " No. 3 red 03 " No. 2 hard SI " No. 3 hard HO CtiWI -No. 2 mixed 4!t' " No. 3 mixed 4H', " No. 2 .yellow 50 i " No. 3 yellow IK'-; " No 2 "white r,0 " No. 3 white 4:i Oath No. 'i mixed 3.1 " No. 3 mixed 3.1 " No. 2 white 3(i " No. 4 w hite 37 ' Bvk - No. 2 f,4 Chicago. WliKAT No. 2 sprinir M " No. 3 spring 2 " No 2 red M Cork No. li S3S' " No. yellow 53 ' Oat No. 2 30 No. t white 30 " No. 3 white 35 'i Hyk-No. 2 S8l liARi.EV Fair to choice, multinfr....

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. — 20 August 1903

i. BORN TO SERVE By CHARLES M. SHELDOtf, Author of "IN MIS STEPS," "JOHN KING'S QUESTION CLASS ' "EDWARD BLAKE." Etc. She hurled licriclf I'unnfT the day with hi T work, and In the evening went over to Mrs. Vane's to ce Iiit A.iin ecncertilnjf the proposed Iruilcl tnj. Hhe wn emfer to jret to work, llir hrnrt limped fur limey (lay to keep hi r miiiil adsorbed. Mr. Vane stipxested several pood lilenM, "While you are wnltlnp to ram plcle the detail of the huildinfr It eelf, why not Interview lnrjre ditm In' r of factory nnd More (jirlx about their work? Kind out nometlilnfr bout the rrnxoim thnt appeal to young women for a choice of labor. You ure not certain that you can et ny plrl to attend your trnininir school. 1 think you can, but very innny other pood people will tell you your plan in renseleK. It I only when people hipin to try to do pood In the world that they discover what fools they are. Other people who never niiike un effort to better the world will tell them po. There wil...

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. — 20 August 1903

fllilll N - WO M;ANy; Hits India 6Hk Frock. Simple .ir.fl elrll.di Is a white India silk frock for Hyi'iroirt n! The hklrt has a yoke i fleet given liy rows i f Lice inso-ilng mi l fire lucks. A ruf fle if lai e ami tucks round the foot glve li I'll- xi ft, fr'.ily look io il-ar to the feminine heart. The round waist lias ,t fqmre yoke of la'"?, with groups of Inc ond lin ks IttMow. Tho puffed leaves lire ''.tight In by bunds of Iho lop inil finished Jnt below t'.ic cl'iow with a lace rultlo. Blauae of Whits Silk. Blouse uf whlto ailk mailt? with groups of tucks ami trimmed nt I tin top, yoke fash Ion, between tho ttifks. will straps of pink velvet, or itl I k. ornamented v.-1 tli motifs or wh'to !b'. The st.nding collar Is inn In with grottps of siltrlilrn and I lie ilttlo i i nvnt 1.1 of pink velvet, or Tim PlceVes HIP lire!;."! Im tin- same ( I "iy, tin) t lehs 'i ; 'ttli'g '"' IY.., a l",IT "' Ki el bo 'ij 's in... i W. 'I! II HI' im : I Is trim im. i v mi Hi" pun. i i-i !!. i v...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 20 August 1903

Not Newt to Cassatt. A group f railroad invn were r tln(? anecdf'tcs in a corner of the Wnlilorr Aplurla fie otlirr rvrnliif, whvn thin one of President A. J. laa tatt of lI'C Pennsylvania was lolrt: Soon uftor the acquirement of the I.1H1R IxaDl railroad by tlie Peiinsyl tnnin. President C'assatt liad occa mon io direct 0116 H Ing Inland efllelals to make somo ehanir.es In his methods. It liad always liepn our custom," a tin: tenor of (lie 1-ung; Island inaa's objK'tlona. But you " follow Pennsylva nia luploma now." hh Id Mr. Ciissatt. "I fear you are an autocrat," waa tun reply- It is r.o news to the president ot lhi Pennsylvania," auavely remarked yr. Car-salt, "lliat he la an autocrat." New York Mall and Kxpresa. When veur Grocer Bays ..do uol hiivs Defiance Htarrh, yon mar i mri he In afratd to keep It until bb UK-k of IH ot. pewkegeo are hill LMIence Ktareh titt only lietter than any other Cold Weler Htareb, hut contain 10 or. to (he im. ki.Ke and telle for tame niouey a 13 m....

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 20 August 1903

i. hi T iy 111 In w el I.) tc PI CI vl It hi ) t.i n: si Jackson IIekald. IIKfUIIMCAN IM roUTICH. K. H'SK .....PCIII.IHIIEI! Knturi-c t Hip txmflinri at .lnrknnn. Mi ..coml-elmm irmiur Kiivfinlii-r 4. s7. Offlen 14" III Terms for the IIkuai.d ure as fol- lows: nr one ytar.f i.oo mx mouth 50 1 liree months :(o AflVKHTtRIMI IlATKS: ,oeN per liiii- ench Insertion. Professional varn f;i per year. Leal Advertise hicnts U p ii ratn. Display ad rates ymuc Known on Hppnrallon. JACKSON, MO., AHil'ST 10, nx. When Main street is completed it will deserve the name of Broadway. RFprru.ir'ANs nil over thin county are ready to pet together and defeaj the Democrats. TJememhkr, "In union t'cre i strength," and the Republicans of this county are going to unite and elect a full ticket next election, C. V. Walihulkik of Kt. Louis in being favorably mentioned an h candidate for vice-president on cite Republican ticket. He in a good man and will make Koose velt tho proper running mate-. lr take v tc'H to...

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. — 27 August 1903

JAKSN MEKALP, H. F. LUSK, Kilitor. IN THE INTEREST OF TJIK I'EOPLK AND THE REPUBLICAN PARTY. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR IN ADVANCE VOL. VI. JACKSON. MISSOURI, THURSDAY. AUUUST 27. 15)03. M). 12 I L () CALS to St, Wheat 75c. to-day. lnck.-toii Store in. pays hh much cash fur eggs an others j,ay in trade. Circuit court ndjourned Mon Jay till November 4. Try a plans of "push" ut J. L. Sibley's. pj.-JL flt Searcy, Ark.., the ,suj-a.ji!w -tJif Mr. .1.. V. Vor mtiojv -kr August 21. "Push i.s a delicious drink. iMey ban it. Kev. A. F. Jones will preach in the Methodist church next Sunday night. All invited. Sec Meier Hron. if you want a pood buggy cheap. Fredtvicklown has seen fit to 'mjly a nightwatchiuan to LandA- Jiw hwHllumn. I). I. llaihy "waa called to t.utesvLlle last week owing to the. tii'i'ioiis illness of his son. White duck caps for small boys or pills at Morgan Sisteis. MisaOllio Miller of Millerville has been visiting at the home of her uncle, John A. Snider. Meier 1 brothers will s...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 27 August 1903

Missouri Doing's STATE EDUCATIONAL EXHIBIT MiHouri Diiplay Will Include Picture of Schoole and Building. Jefferson City. Mo.: The photo graph of every school building In Mis souri with tho teacher ami rhlldren will be a feature nf the State educa tional exhibit at the World' Fair In Ht. Juini. The conference of the lend ing educators of the State here last week decided on the plan of showing tho cducatlonnl Interests of Missouri to the world. Photograph of nearly lO.OftO school buildings in the State from the most unpretentious to the Bute I'nivcrslty will be made and mounted In such a manner that the lO.ttOO groups may U Been at St. IiiiIh. Kvery child In Mis souri of school age may have lit or her picture on exhibition at the Knir unless absent on "picture day " The educational conference also de rided that the exhibit at the World's Kalr should lie a unit, embracing the rural, ward. high srhisds, colleges iind university. The negro exhibit alone Is to be distinct In order to show...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 27 August 1903

Senator Sullivan Found Guilty .-r . . jury f ixed the Maximum Tine of $100 a the Penalty JifTerenn City, Mo.: Senator Wil liam I'. Sulll fin of Christian C'linnty was Thursday found guilty of sollrlt ini; a hrlbo from Witney ljtyton of St. Ixmls for his vote on tho alum repeal Mil. nnJ M pimlshniKiit wan fixed at a fine of I lit". The verdict was returned to ronrt. an hour after the Jury had left the riKiin. To ay that It was a surprliso la the defense would lu? putting It mildly. They thought that the pre ponderance of evidence which thoy nail offered would offset that of the clilef and practically only prosecuting witness. The sensation of the day wan the speech of Attorney Cenernl Crow. To hint I given the rreilit of the ver dict. Ills arraignment of the wltnoss (.f the defense an perjurers was delivered wi'h an earnestness which li.'fi no doubt as to I) Ik personal belief u tils startling statements. He ncciiHed Sullivan, Smith ami Newton of perjury, collectively nnd Individuall...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 27 August 1903

JACKSON HERALD. REPUBLICAN IN POLITICS. B. r. LUSK ; Publisher Entered at the pnatofficc at .lark on, Mo., an second cln matter No vember 4, 1897. PHONES: OBIce vm Heeltictice 142 Terms for the Herald are as follows: Vur one year I1.00 HI i mom hi 50 Tbnt months 30 Advancing Rates: Locals 6c per line each Insertion. Piofealonal Card 16 per year. Legal Advertisement legal rain Display ad. ratea mad ooftn on application. I. . t THE MARKET REPORT. A Summariiad Report Covering the Prevailing Condition. fiRAIN 61. Louia. WmT- No. 1' red. new HI H " No. 3 red si " No. i hard ( " No. J hard 7i" Cohn No. S mixed 4H't' ' No. S mixed 4tt " No. 2 yellow Mi " No. 3 yellow 411 " No S w hite S" No. .1 fihltc 4!i.; Oath- No. mixed .If. " No. .1 mixed " No. S white :is " No 4 white Srt'f Rt - No. 'i V, Chioago. Wl' Nip. 2 spring .' ' No. d fcjirinif Ki No I red HO", Toss - No. t (I " No. t yellow 9 S OA is No. t 3tV " No. II white 3 No. I white 3; Rva-No U 91 Baki i Fair ti choice lualt'iup. . ..':...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 27 August 1903

BORN TO SERVE By CHARLES M. S1IELDOJV, Author of "l l"S STEPS." "JOHN KINGS QVESTIOK CLASS" -EDWARD BLAKE," Km. KA'VVllStll, IS..1, "I :cl- more nhs'i-ut -ttiiiiilcil cvi r lint." Mill!. aoincwhnt fei lil.v. "inn luiil a 'fe to Iim.I. nftrr vnii." f.'d Vra. Waul with decision. ;in' luiil ! up l"T work, mMi-Ii Hie luiil dropped hi her '! winlr Mm ti n vmi. ti lling itiii'm. nnil miis intent on finisliiiia' it. pitiluiiii c.f lieil the MteTicn ilnnr. rli, went out ju.'.t Mr. i n nl niiil with n lunch: "I'rohahlv urn worn iin in Mot hie Sijhhpi- church luis- some ji:ii liriilnr will' in new fur ou. it ml mi will i1imiM''!i1 nil of tlicin when vim lliuill.v maki H cpoicr without i nii'iillinp ! hem." "I jrt li ! Hhnll." rrplii'il Morton, quiet Iv. nnil, Mivinn gnml nilil cniii. ;P Willi HWIiy. Mr. Nerd "ill silent few niinnti . mill tlii-n liiil. Uf if hi llHll hccn llinticlil fully cnn iilcriup n new iilMi: "Mrrlini iliiln'l seem tit nil dull fir tiled lifter pnuiiiijr hail, fur Ms ;,1...

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. — 27 August 1903

w f ' t,; :; ' . r - H'i'! : ' t TROPICAL HAWAII PARADISE Or THE PACiriC (iriCIAL COHBKSrONDBNCl) No "conquering hero" of the con gressional world In more eagerly await ed la Washington, or will lip more warmly welcomed, than the dusky prince from Hawaii, who real name In Print John Kalanlanole. No won der that those who have orraslon lo use that appalling tltlp frequpntly have shortened It to "Prince Cupid." Prince Cupid's grandfather wax a king of the oldo.it Inland in the Ha waiian group -that is, from Iho geol ogist's angle of vision. I'rlnre John and hlii brother. Iavid, are nephews of Queen Kapplolnnl, the wife of Kala kaua. the laat king of tlio Sandwich lilw UIAi at" V. it. A Native Island and Immediate predecessor of ex Qiirru I.lliouknlanl. As Kupplolnnl hud no -li llil -! of her own. she adopt ed these two nephews, with the toll consent of her husband, the king: and after tin- hitters death In San Francis- ro. several years ago, she retired with her adopted suns lo her be...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 27 August 1903

Famous Paintings for America. Henrr Walter, the Croesus of Baltl. more, has purchased one of the moat remarkable art collections ever bought by an American. By the payment of a round f 1,000,000 he has become the possessor of what la known aa the Marcel lo collection. In Home. The col lection conlalna 900 works of art, and among the plcturea arc paintings b Raphael, Titian and other great mas tori. It la said that Mr. Waltera will charter a steamer to bring the paint ings to America. Iowa Farm M er Acre Caaei, calaure rrop Ull paid. MUI.II ALL. Bloul City. la, A Christian Spirit, rfctirches which are under the tine. den of a heavy debt may well envy j the congregation 01 o. i.uses at rar mouth. The clergyman, the organist, the choir, the organ blower, the bell ringer, all contribute their services, and the total cost of carrying on the church la Just $7 a week, while the church, a new one. has been built by voluntary contributions. AH Up to Date Housekeeper srTrflance Cold Water Sta...

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. — 27 August 1903

Jackson Herald. REPUBLICAN IM POLITICS. ! a f. lusk". Ktitrftf at tho iKnteft'.'e nl Jiielejnn, Mo., at conUoliiw maitvr Jliivt-mlii-r 4. IW7. Offlr Ux 1 Trrms fur tlie IIrkald are as fol lows: For one year.... 1 1.00 filx months 50 1 liree tuontliH :to Aovkhtihino Hatks: Locnls tie tier lifii- en eh insertion. Professional Card " t year. l.eral Advnrtie meats li'jfiil rates. I Hsplny ad rates hihiIo known on pl IcaUon. JACKSON. MO., At'til'ST 17, lltOX Tin: ninaa of the Republican party in this county in all right and will vote for harmony. Capk county must po hack into the Republican rankn next fall and a united effort will put her there. We see it atated that work on the electric line between the t'ape und Jackaon will begin alxiut October 1. Ik it takes a primary election to unite the Republican party of thin county ve truit our county central committee will order such. Lou Dili.km broke the trotting record Monday by trotting a mile in 2:H minutea, and Dan Patch trr,Jre the paci...

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. — 3 September 1903

I- TIME MEE5AL10), B. F. LUSK, Editor. IN THE INTEREST OF THE JI'EOPLE AND THE REPUBLICAN PARTY. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR IN ADVANCE si VOL. VI. JACKSON. MISSOURI, THURSDAY. SKPTKMRKR 3, I90.V LOCALS Wheat 77c. to-day. Jackson Store Co. pays as much cash for eggs as othern pny in trade. The J. M. A. opens next Wed nesday. Try a glass of "push" at J. L. Sibley's. The public school opens next Monday. "Push is a delicious drink. Sibley has it. Jackson, we hear, will have a wedding next week. See Meier Hros. if you want a good buggy cheap. Linder Miller shipped a car load of sheep to St. Louis yes terday. Win. P.esel and Robert Macke came home from St. Louis on a visit last Sunday. White duck caps for small boys or girls at Morgan Sisteis. Prof. C. A. Maeorn, principal of our public school, moved to Jackson last week. Mrs. K. G. Sibley, who has been quite sick for the past week, is improving. Meier Brothers will sell Deering corn harvesters as low as $110 and SI 15. There will be a lodge of ...

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. — 3 September 1903

- 1 h f, r-h- It- If TURKISH IRREGULAR TROOPS ARC . CHARGED WITH ATROCIOUS CRVELTIES DAUGHTER. OF WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN WOULD BE CITY SETTLEMENT WORKER. Missouri Doing's m OF THE MOT . f , '' : t 'i i !' T r" ly ' in , lq w . 1(1 tc ;. pi ' ci ; vl It '! '. Ili Ol tl n r tr. CROW SUES TO OUST TERMINAL. Quo Warranto Proceedings Begun In Supreme Court. Jefferson City, Mo.: Attornoy-Gen-oral Bdward C. Crow Saturday night, of his motion, Med In the Missouri state supreme court quo warranto pro ceedings against the Terminal rail road assoclaton of St. lMiis, to oust It from doing business In the state as an association. The writ Is mado re turnable October LI, the first day of the ensuing term of the court. The attorney general attacks, an dor the state constitution, the legal ity of the consolidation of the com panies, which goes to make up tho Terminal association, contending; that the constitution, as shown by section 17 of article 12, forbids, In express terms, the consolldaton of r...

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. — 3 September 1903

Arrest Alleged DanK Robbers fwo Suspweta ara) apturd in East St. LouU Bast St. IiOiila, III.: By arresting two men, giving their names as Ed. rward Roach and Edward Mason, both claiming Chicago, III., a (heir home, 4i police of Bast St. lxntls believe tthey rruatrated an attempt to blow the af of the Southern Illlnola Nation al Bank. Tho bank la located on the ayround floor of a ' three-story build ing at Main atroet and Broadway. A few minutes after 10 o'clock Sun day night tho jxillco noticed three men loitering around the bank and acting in a riihpIcIoiir manner. Aa the men were strangers and appeared In have no business about the bund ling, the pollco kept a watch on them, iand a few minutes later one of tho trio entered the door which leads into it ho building and which is jtiHt beside Uo door leading Into the bank. This was a signal for the officers, snd they swooped down on the men. The man who entered the building maw the officers coming and, dashing through the hallway, esc...

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. — 3 September 1903

JACKSON HERALD. REPUBLICAN IN POLITICS. 0. F. I.PSK Publisher Entered t the pustorTIco at Jack on. Mo., second clnss mailer No vember 4. JS97. PIIONKsS: Office US Residence 112 4 ' Term for the Herald ore a follows: Fur one ye.ir II .(H) Bli nionlhn .10 Three m:inllis 30 Advertising Rates: locals Ac per line each Insertion. Profcslonal Card 1$ per your. Lrgal Atlvcrllsement legal ran. Display ad. rates made known on application. THE MARKET REPORT. A Summarised Report Covering th Prevailing Condition. GRAIN Et. Loula. WllHA l - Nil 2 rei'. new S4' ' No. .1 red H-l' " No. '.' hard M " No. S hunt w; (ii!I-Sii. ? mixed 40 " No. .'I mi.tl 4H " No. 3 yellow : M " No. It yellow 511 " No S white .'.('' " No. :t white Ml Cava No. 2 mixrd 3r.4 " No. .1 mixed :il ' No. S bite :i '., No. 4 while r,ii Hi - No. ! .Ml Chicago. - sprllnr. . . 'i pri iijf . . . " red Whs a r- No, No, No , . l'i -4 . ill , "'I li ..'.4', :m . ,1 . ..'.4 , . Ml (Vnnis - No. No. 2 yellow. Oat - No. 2 '. " No. J vrliiie...

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. — 3 September 1903

BORM TO SERVE By ClfJfRLES M. SHELDOJf, Author of "IN IllS Slt.P1." "JOHN K IXC'S CVCSTION CLA-R ' "EDWARD BLAKE." Eta. CLA.-S. i mipi.ikui, il null's true. II. e min'Mcr Mitneii llo not fee llolt Vow a little 1 1 It t ;,n' :ii'i(.' ' interest ! lie public in four sci-mit t'trl' triiiiiinir elniol un til you have ilciiionstrutcd its prae t ; I usefulness. I don't doubt in ,t nlolii, of -! --. hr mlili il. ipiick iy. "Cut it must icipiire u pood ilea of ciiinii-c on Jour ) i. 1 1 to make a he jiniioi'! i view ol what vim knoii niu-.l lf the criticism u ml rr jiidirt : tin I nri inci liable." -. far n N cniiraer eofs," mi id Kar num. frankly, "it terms to inr tv luivc iiiiii' Ii iiuht l(u. n I. Willi tlir money Mm. Wind anil Mrs. 1 anr lime promised nil', I dull lip finite inuc penitent to work mil iii v ihii us I plr.i-c. Wlii'ii'nh von I'll- olilii:eiI tc i irii iilnr llii ( i ' i ti il ' of u whole i liiii'i li ful! of people, many of whom iln lnt lelirvc 1n social settlement vork ...

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. — 3 September 1903

I I TRAVEL IN MOROCCO WILD AND PICTURESQUE ART OF OTHER DAYS SOME GREAT MASTERPIECES VW f 2 l -a STErlFlE S X (SPECIAL CORRESPONDENCE) I9PECIAU CORRESPONDENCE). i 1 1. The adornment of church doors It an art of ancient date that still flour Uhs In Italy. The Church of Santa Sablna. on the Avcntlne at Rome, has at door of cedar wood carved with wrlptural scenes, and the work dates from the fifth century. A few days ago, at an Interval of fifteen centuries, the central door of the Florentine rathedral was unveiled In the presence of King Victor Emmanuel lit., and 113 wm Mil k- fin 1 1 1 Ki.n TMJUl Ik. .1.1 J - kw 1 - , Door of Florentine lias-reliefs in gilded bronze bIiow that the. art of adorning doors has not yet died out of Italian art. As an engraved frontispiece to a book giving hints of (he In amy that wa.H within, the door or door frame of un am lent church was made a work of url. In that old inrvod redar door ff Santa Sahira on t In- Aveiitlne Kill nt Rome u site which is not...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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