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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 3 September 1903

HOME VISITORS' EXCURSIONS to Indiana, Weatern Ohio and Loulevllle, Ky., via Mleeourl Pacific-Iron Mountain Rout. A iierlea of low rate excursions to eastern points will be Inaugurated on September 1. They are called "Home Visitors' Excuralona," and wilt be op erated over the lines of the Missouri Pacific Railway and Iron Mountain Route to September and October. Tickets will be on sale September 1, , 16 and October 8, good for return passage within thirty days from date of sale. They will be sold to points In Indiana, Western Ohio and to lxuilsvllle, Ky. Detailed information will be furnished on application to nearest SKcnt, or by addressing H. C. TownHcnd, General Passenger and Ticket Agent. Bt. houls. Biography of Cecil Rhodes. The book world Is already Interest In Itself as to who will write the of ficial biography of Cecil Rhodes. Pub lishers are assuming mat. sooner or later, there will be such a work. Their Idea Is that If Mr. Rhodes has left pa pets having half the human Inter...

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. — 3 September 1903

Jackson Herald. , Man;Ke,r nted , hkpublicam in pouTicn. Trustworthy lady or gentleman grrnrrrr, - rrr-zxss to manago business in this t -J-L SK " HL" 1,'71""""CH county and adjoining territory rlIalthHwt.mrllJiuik,Mm. lo7.'op''w',, and favorably known M Monnd-clau matter Nimibr 4. IWI7, ll... , ( e :i t: S20 straight cash salary and ex pense,, paid each Monday by ohock direct from- hmd'wters. Kxpense money advanced: posi twin, permanent. Address Man agor, 610 Monon BIdg, Chicago, lilt.. lt-30 Drowned. OfRco fCiMtldono.. Terras for the IIckald are as fol lows: For one ytar 1 l.no SX niontlm..' '. .50 1 lireo month 30 Advkutipimj, IUtkh: Local tic per lin ench liiNertlon. I'rofoHHlniial t urd S5 per year. Leifiil AdvrtlC' ini iitH mum. I tixplay ad rate ninue Known on application. JACKSON. MO., SKIT. I. IHOX Marriage Licenses. Uroaa and liurtha Hanson and Octa V. L. Crump, lidward Slinkard. City Snares Set for Cjrls The St. Louis Christian Advo cate editorially says: "We would be ver...

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. — 10 September 1903

.X 5 M ; TME ft. F. Ll'SK, Editor. JAGKS MEMALES), -',3 ri . t 3 ; ; ... e n VOL. VI. mmw iililUu UiUL. Our first annual opening of Millinery and Fall Goods will be on Friday and Saturday, September 18 and 19, 1903. We have arranged for the best music in the community, and expect to make this the greatest money saving as well as the most social event of the season. Everybody is invited and welcome, so come whether you buy anything or not, and we guarantee you will find the time well spent. Misses Ford and Ruff will again have charge of our millinery department and are prepared to show an unusually large line of up-to-date hats and everything in the millinery line. We will have on display the latest styles and weaves in dress goods including Granites, Albatrosses, Cliallies, Cashmeres, Zibalincs, Coverts, Sicilians, Prtinclles, Serges, Venetians, Broadcloths, Voilles, Flannelette Waistings and many others. Our line of fall and winter underwear is the.most complete one in Cape county....

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 10 September 1903

'Kir- " " HI . ' !! 1 ----- - - - . . A- M f to" ADRIANOPLE, IMPORTANT CITY OF TURRET, RECENTLY SCENE OF SEVERE CONFLAGRATION jmiittttftttTtitttniiMMttititttttttiim i t t r 1 1 t t t - Adrlsnople Is Iho second rltjr of thn Turkish empire, and has from HMI.W'O fo 1 .'.0,(i0 Inhabitants, at least one-third of whom are Creeks and the rest Turk, Armenians and Jews. It the capital of the vlllayct of Kdlr rich, situated on t tin Mnritza I the an cient Hebrns) In Thrace, almut 130 miles northwest of Constantinople. The most capacious bazaar, named after All Pallia, Is the center of tradi which Ix considerable, the city being the focus if the whole of Thrace. It DISCIPLES OF CHRIST TO MEET. Fifty-fourth Annual Convention at De trolt Oct. 16 22. The city or Detroit will l.c the Mec ca for the Disciples of Christ, when the Internal lonal Missionary Conven tion of the Christian ehnr. hes of the world convened there Oct. 1G22 Inclii nlvc. Already In every purt of the known win lil men. women an...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 10 September 1903

Attempts to Kill President Roosevelt Whether Assailant Had Accom plices Is Not Certain OyidT R.iy. N. Y.: Murh secrecy ai I r-str'd about tlio dftallH of an nMair.:: tnad. oil I tip lift' of PriMld'Mit It'Hiscvplt lalp Tuesday nlglit. In whi;b tin nation's Chief Exi-cuUve niiiTJ' Iy Mrail serious Injury. 1 1-if)- WlllircniifP. a youtiK farmi.r, I, -.ivlr.t: t!n Svrot Sen-Ion Riiiirtla ri Hasaa-or. II!. druw within ha than ini fei't if the I'rMlili'nt's homo nii'l limited a revolver at him an ln ram-, nit on the twiT.li li.v llio lilirary win (I i. lie did not have a chaiirj to (11m liair the weapon. Whl'io II l uti :od that the yciuni? Svoif! fjrrn'T Is mentally miti.il Biifi'.!, lie hid fur month 1 In 11 rhcr Mill ' a iliatl.irt itrlevanrp analnit tins 't"Sd nl. T-i Mr. RiKwevplfs ren-nt aliunde luwi'.'i'. rnnMetl labor. W'cllhrcnuer. 'm is n;nt t vi clour wilted, attrllmt r I l:; 011 liar I Vt? u l.nd I-.n-K unci the a..-fortunes Out ha.e piirii" .1 his lim.'. y.',ti :iMa!s:!-d In...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 10 September 1903

HI It- i.V- I!,! ;!.; JACKSON HERALD. REPUBLICAN IN POLITICS. B. r. LUBK ...Publisher KoU-red at (be postotTlce at Jack am, Mo., second-class matter No vember 4, 1897. PHONE8: (mem 14S Beaklence 142 Term for the Herald are aa follows: Wot on year .....$1.00 MX MODthS 60 Threw month 30 Advert wing Rate; IjneaH Sc per Mas each Insertion. Profeelooal Card i per year. Legal Advertisements tairal rate. Display ad. rates mads haowa on application. THK MARKET REPORT. X Summarised Report Covering the Prevailing Condition. RAIN t Leula. Wkiit No. No. No. " No. noH-No. t red, r. I red.. Z bard I hard mixed . noised . . yellow, yellow-. . white. . . white. . , mixed . . mixed . , white. . , white . , .. Wl . M ..H ..TX ...w ..4st . .M . .r,0H . ito . .so . . :m . .ss . .a) . .37 . .r.ei. No. No. No. " No. No. Gave - No. " No. No. No. KYK---N... 3... Chicago. Wbt No. t apring. " No. S spring. We red.... Ctoaw No t .S7 .K4 .41 4 m 7H .tt, 37 .'4 " No. I yallaw. I 3 white.. CUre- No. " No. " No. ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 10 September 1903

i-. BORN TO SERVE By CHARLES M. SHELDON, A, - in his V.Ikc.e"""0" CtA" " ll.fc.rrti.ln. Itato. Otrtat a. uim( Itnrhuru nil In m, tH." "How MIOH'."' "I don't know i) ii I i" Mr. Morton looked at Kiirbfira. "Tliere will be mourning In Oil bourn lu'lil when hhr goe.'' Mr. Ward replied. "I ueier epect to liaic u ol In-r Kil l like Hal tiara." "I'm Mirry fur yon, lint you can't ei pent me to feel uny torrow fur niy atlf." ', tlit' it," Mr. Ward put In, ii -link-ally. "You prt lo hrrt ere al nu talking about Mictitlre, ami jf'v ing upi and all thai. I notice that, when it coiner to personal applicu Hmi, yon are junt a grat-plug after tlie net There i a nr.lhotty." "Of i'iiii rsr," said Morlou, cbeerf'il ly. Inolt ilifr al Km bm ii. "Me in going niffrr for it, though," IIiii Iini'ii came in I hp rescue of Mr. M uni, "He limy ne liis i liiiivli jiiNt ni mil are going to lose nie." "I don't think no," Moi Imd answered, rnlinly. "Hut if I ln " He did not finish, but lii look a! Durham spoke v...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 10 September 1903

'A a m tit 3! THE HIRING - FAIR A N C I I. N T WELSH CUSTOM A SMUGGLERS' HAUNT IS NOW'SUECPY V I L, L. A O E i & u (SPECIAL. CORRE9MONOENCE) ISPCOIAL CORREOPONDENCEI The beslnnUg of summer and the beginning of winter are aeason of ilTiiptlun in Wcl.ili households and fum:. .Veil and maids arc hire J in six nioni.hs" terms. At the expira tion .( their term It Is only natural tint; (him ! v-lih n good opia'.oti of themselves should Ivi anxious to seek If their market price ha ir has uot ilsen !i) tlie meantime. They there WeUh Fisherwc.l. fti.HIl til ' rh:il lie ef-t 1 im.'t I !r-' ,-e . ntfeivl i the liirinv; fr.lr In the n uici.t market i town. A?t 111.0 ax not, however, the limit :'i mi Hie other lei;. The ninwler r ttiUlresw liai hnd i'Iioiil'Ii of ItitJ Vrtn 'ie. There may he lieller rt- .i n ' tn the fnlr ti.jti thoe wtth v . !;!. h the fartii or pi . vale lio ise bus ',! vu 'fled oi licit hf-t Nuverelter. Ami t th" nmndat-1 of d'H!ni.:il ia liii n iii u.e ,, att l eiiiilii:...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 10 September 1903

HOWE VISITORS' EXCURSIONS. T6 Indian?, Wctterrt Ohio and Louis ville, Ky, via Mltaouri Pacific and Iron Mountain Root. A rle or low rata eieurslons to HaMcrn point will b Inaugurated on Unpteinhor 1st They are called Home) Visitors' Excursions," and will ln opuratfil ovor 1h llnea of the Missouri PaolAo Hallway Rod Iron Mountain Rout lu September and IK'tober. Ticket will te on sale jsVp tnrober 1st, f1b, irtt nnil October Alb, Koud for return ias.ai!tt within thirty days from date of ale. They will be rolit to point In Indian, Wt-ntern Ohio Hn.l to lonlsvllle, Ky. Detailed Information will bo furnished on an I'llontioti to ncari'wt aKtnt. or by ad-dreii-ltiR 2- Townnend. Ocnerul I'll router and Ticket Agent, Ht. 1-otiis. May Not Sac Tbtlr Brides. AmotiK certain African tribe him bands nre tail -ntilttej tu look upon thlr wives. They live In huts apart, and only during the night aie they allowed to visit their orldes. This custom, which prevail In the neigh borhood of Tlnibiiotoo, l...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 10 September 1903

J ACKSON H El: ALU. RxrvnucAM in roLrric. l'UllLlfiUKH 1$, P. LURK " r"nKrc lit Uir xtffl(T at .InckKon, Ho., M Mcund-vlaM matter Nnvenibt'r 4, IMI7. Offlr IfentdtFiice.. W 141 Terms for the IIkhald ure as fol lows For one yrnr 1-K) till miiritlm f0 Ihruo nionili , ..'10 Akvshtihino Ratkm! t,ornN lie jnr IIih- rnch imxTtlnfi. l'mfi-HMonnl t'lird tit v yr. I.i'tfnl Advert i.--nn'iit lcmtl r:itr. IHnplny ad niton mnile known on it pplic.it ion. JACKSON, MO., SKIT. I". I'HVI. Capk OOCNTV Republicans will gut top-ether re-vt f.i!l. Tliin is vhiit tho Republicans nil over the county nay. If tho Republicans of this county don't get together next fall they will bo bigger fools than Thompson's colt." It hwnm tho river lo jet a. drink. W. D. Vaniivi:ii biii.l M.mday that from tho very nature, of things he would not be !i candi date for governor, nd while he was not pushing anybody yM now it seemed to him that the peiiplj .vanti-d l-'olk. lie also add-d that lie could nland to run for governo...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 17 September 1903

ti J5. F. LUSK, Editor. IN THE INTEREST OF THE PEOPLE AND THE REPUBLICAN PARTY. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR IN AIVAN VOL. VI. JACKSON. MISSOURI. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 17. 1903. NO. 'i lt O CALS Wheat 77c. to-day. Tha bent of calico at Priest & Uehrens at Bo per yard. Kd Dormeyer of Oran had business in Jackson last week. Kightoen pounds granulated Biigar at Priest & Behrens for 91. Common pleas court will con vene at the Capo September 28. Not cheap poods but good goods cheap at Priest A Behrens. Mrs. Bollman will sing a solo nl the Methodist church next Sunday. We will make a specialty of children's head wear at Morgan Bit-tors. Sheriff Schado left to-day to get Leo Spivy, who was cap tured in California. Schaefer is the place FOR UP-TO-DATK Dress Goods, Clothing and Hats. W. W. Taylor went to New Madrid last week to build a new ?4.(iO0 church for that town. Mr. Taylor is a good workman. Cabinet photos $2 a dozen at Holcomb's, over Jones' drug store. The Chicago glee club, as sisted ...

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. — 17 September 1903

RT. REV. THOMAS MARSH CLARK. OLDEST EPISCOPAL BISHOP. IS DEAD GEORGIA EDITOR SPEAKS IN ADVOCACY OF THE SEGREGATION OF THE NEGRO Missouri Doings Y. M. C. A. WILL AID STUDENTS. Employment Bureau Organlied Which Insures Work to Applicant. Columbia, Mo.: The Young Men's Christian Association of Missouri Uni versity has completed all arrange inents for a student employment bu reau, to be opened with tha opening of school. September ft. which will give work to applicants at 15 cents per hour. This Is S cents more than the amount given In any previous year and will solve the prnhlem of an education for hundreds of students during the summer, letters have been received here as to employment for students wishing to work their way through school, and the managers of the bu reau are making unusual efforts to ac commodate the applicants. The last general assembly appropri ated $5000 to aid the bureau for the next two years. $2,ri00 to be used an nually. It Is estimated that at leant 60 per rent...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 17 September 1903

Murderer Hoffman TaKen to Waterloo Was Not Armed Whin Caught and Did Not rVaslst Belleville, III.: William A. Hoff niann, who killed hi father-in-law, Wm. Brandt, at Mayestown. III., last week, wax arrested aeven miles north of Belleville Saturday morning by Deputy Sheriff Glia Klamm of St. Clair County. There waa no battle. Hoff man iid not act like a despcrato muu. When arreatcd the only weapon he had waa a amall pocket knife. When the Deputy Sheriff encoun tered Hoffmann ho waa prepared for a flight. He had read that Hoffmann was alwaya ready to shoot. He found the fugitive lying under a tree at the Oglesby schoolhouse on what la railed the Smelter Worka road. Hu covered him with hla revolver and demanded that he surrender. Hoffman waa nurpriaed. Rolling over on hla side, ho looked at the dep uty, threw up both hands and remark ed: "You've got me. I give up." Deputy Klamm took hla prlHoner to the Belleville Jail. He waa kept there until 6:30 o'clock Saturday evening, when ho waa ...

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. — 17 September 1903

JACKSON HERALD. 1 REPUBLICAN IN POLITICS.' B. F. LUSK. .Publisher Entered at the postofflce at Jack, on, Mo., as seeoud-closs matter No vember 4, 1897. PHONES: Office 148 Residence 142 Terms for the Herald are aa follows: For one yoir 11.00 Six months 50 Three months 30 Advertising Rales: Locals 6c per line each Insertion. Profealonal Card IB per year. Legal Advertisements legal rates. Display ad. rates made known on application. THE MARKET REPORT. A Summarised Report Covering the Prevailing Conditions, GRAIN St. Louis. Witkat No. S red, new., i M'i " No. 3 red S " No. 2 hard TJ " No. 3 hard 77 H Cons No. 3 mlied ' No. 3 mixed 4 " No. 2 yellow 50 J " No. 3 yellow 48 " No. 2 white , 94 " No. 3 white. 4 Oais No. 2 mixed 37 X No. 3 mixed 37 " No. 2 white 41V " No. 4 white 3tf Etc No. 2 57!-t' Chicago. Wukat No. 2 spring ev " No. 3 npriiiK ft ' No 2 red Cohx No. 3 51 " No. 3 yellow 53 Oats No. 2 34 S " No. 2 white 3HS " No. 3 white 37 '.4 Rye No. 2 f.O IUhlbt Pair to choice limiting. . ...

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. — 17 September 1903

BORM TO SERVE wmmmmmmmmmtmmm By CHJiRLES M. SHELDOJf, 8 Author .f "IN HIS STEPS." "JOHN KING'S QVESTION CLASS," "EDWARD It LAKE," Etc. ilH" '' "No il, sll'plrioltsly. sir," linrliara laiiirttcd Those nri mine. I Iliaue i in in n-i'imity iijr in memory of the olil times." 'Mi. r'vf never had ni- like- therii 1Iir, ymi left n fur n lift If r place, !,.,,. t, Martha?" Mr. Ward raid, liirniniT to hi wife. "No. not eren the (firls from liar hara' school can equal her," Mm. Ward answered. frlviiii Itarbara a grateful look. The years had strength rued their friendship and lore. "I don't er that the training school (n, mired the hired (rirl problem In Crawford," Mrs. Vane said, as if exed at something she hnd heard. "Al , lionfh it il wonderful what has been j.nip in so (.hurt a time." "We've had our woes," Uarbnra an ivvered. with a i(fh. "It takes so Innir to make people see the DWine ile of service. Now, ,li-nnie, aa good ml capable a girl as she is, I on if s to escape from the drudgery...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 17 September 1903

i AN UNTRUTHFUL RACE W'.fV TV7 1 A v- Ts3 G-& OSCAR II, OF SWEDEN Tha Moat Democratic of Monarch w f wi A IN w Lrini I rin Art I n P r I a ''lEr-RjZST VWl'ifi in nmsH, 1 1, l.ii sstipmiMnii i mwimnsw Nimsnniii.miiiiA SPECIAL CORREBPONDENCEI I8PECIAU CORREBPONDENCEI 11 1 laying is In Persia social accom plishment, and tho Persians havo for centuries been known as a nation of liars. Whatever may be tbe (air prom ises which a Persian mar make to ona power, there Is no telling what he mar bo whispering to another. It thus seems to be the Instinct of the descendants of Cyrus to exaggerate wherever fiction Is more picturesque Old Mosque than truth. A chief part of their con versation Is flattery, and the higher the rank of a man the more extrava gant are the compliments paid hiui. Blackmail Is also a recognized Insti tution In I'ersia. Despite tho avowed lioatllltjr of the present ruler to the ancient "mudakhil" or 'pickings." this nimries or extortion or grart is sun as essential bus...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 17 September 1903

ULD DO NOTMINO WITH HIM. Gov. "Bob" Taylr' Opinion of Bolt ing District Ldr. jo. "Bob" Taylor, the fiddler rutlve of Tenneee, was tbo auto crat of Democratic politic la hi State. A factional aplit In the party seemed likely od one occasion be cause of the ulknc of one of the district leader, who was noted for bla Irritating itubbornoeaa, aud Gov. -Bob" wa appealed to by Senator earmark and other prominent State politician to bring the "Inaurrecto" Into line. Hut the "fiddler" bad often tried hi, authority and bla arte on the refrac tor lieutenant In vain. "You can't do anything with that fallow." bo aald to other leaden. "He In like a boll; devilish disagreeable, but you can't alt on blm." New York Time. AMERICAN BANKERS' ASSOCIATION. San Francisco, Octobtr 2023, 1903. The Banla r"e offers for the above named occasion rates so low as to make the trip possible for everybody. Ticket limits are ample, and full pro vision has been made for Inexpensive side rlilo. The rates are open to a...

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. — 17 September 1903

Jackson Herald. REPUBLICAN IN POL1TIC8. B. V. LtJSK 1'uiiLwiiKH Fntrrec at the potolHre nt JiwkM.ti, Mo., a. mcojuJ-cImm mllt iNnrumbiT 4, MJ. OfHro RfMUt'iice 1v 142 Terra fcir the IIrkald aro us foi lows;. yT occ yfiar too tilx umUia , . ,fio Hirut) month 30 Al)Vti,Tisj.si IUi'Khi Local lie per ikii- ('null iriHiTtinii. Professional Curd r. pr year. jinnl Ad vert ie nitMi t 1 jr:jl raioH. liiHplnvud rate DiHdu known on application." JACKSON, MO., SKl'T. J7. l!K).i. Tiik Demoeratie rrme.hinos wants Mayor Keod of Kaunas City, Mo., for governor. Tin: Capo Democrat accuses our ox-county-jii'lyc of perjury. A hard charge. Win the ex judges stand for it?. The Ilepulilican party of this county has no fiyht to mako for any individual, it ia only con cerned that Republicans servo us in office instead of Democrats. Wf. notice that the Republicans are tulkin; ('has. .N'agel of St. Louis as a rnlalle Candida to for governor. Mr. I'ajjel we learn is possessed of ipialities like1 Joseph Folk. j...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 24 September 1903

....... ; ; ;';. V ti. t Lt'SK, Editor. THE INTEREST OF THE FKOPJ-U AKU THE HEPUBLICAN PARTY. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR IN ADVANCE ' , . VOL. VI. ,)ACKS()N MISSOURI. THURSDAY. SEI'TKMKKR 24,1903. Soli - FALL .. AUTUMN .. FALL Fall is nowhere and we will sell a regular 50c value facinator for 25c, a 75c value at 50c, and a $1.00 at 75c. Calico at 4c and 5c per yard. A big stock of blankets and comforts at prioes so 3ow they will surprise you. We bought our stock of fall and winter underwear before the manu facturers raised the price and will give our customers the advantage of this, and save them from 5c to 15c on each garment. Price is a good salesman; quality is a better one. Our shoes and clothing have both. We have opened another lot of dress goods this week. See them and our trimmings. :5"Don't fail .to see our millinery stock, as it is more complete than ever before and prices right at JACKSON STORE CO., JACKSON, MISSOURI. L () C A L 8 Wheat 7"e. to-day. i.V. me to the show next Wcd ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 24 September 1903

- r-v.--f--"-f '!'. I,. I ' Missouri Doing's BOODLE JURY RESUMES. Nearly On Hundred Witness Called to Appear. Jeffernon City, Mo.: The boodlo In vestigating Grand Jury resumed its sessions Monday morning, and nearly 100 witnesses have bwn called. HnrlngOcld bankers' arc to appear bo fore the Inquisition, and give evidence concerning alleged Improper means need to secure tho passage, of the county warraut bill, Introduced ly Senator McDsvld. Speculators. It mtn, have been dealing In ronnty warrants, bought at a discount, and nought t) se-cure legislation which would expedito their payment In full. The bill paused, but Governor Dockery vetoed It. Itesldos these bankers, James U. Christopher nf St. Ixuils and Ptnto Su pcrintondent if Building mid Iian As aorlntlnns Luther S. Hickman, aro to testify. Mr. Christopher will be Inter rogated concerning the alleged at tempt mode to bold bim up for 110,000 by two Senators to prevent the pass age nf legislation affect In 3 Indemnify ing bond c...

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