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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 24 September 1903

r Payne Will Appeal to the President lie Object Id a Ruling Mad by Mr. Grnnt Wanhiugtun: A conflict of opinion between the I'ostmnstor trenoral and tbi! Civil Service Conimls. Ion lias aria 11 aa a result of a rorcnt construclinn hy Mr. flreeue. Civil Service CoininiB nlo.vr. of tho I'rmddonr i-lt II Nt-rvip" older of last March, by which ( claimed that Ihe To.tiun or mom fourth class vmtmntor arc brought within IhC I III Ml ft "d HofVtce. Mr. Creole tailed upon Postmaster fieneial Puyne Tuesday afternoon ami expltiiocd the ram for Ms opinion .that, fntirtli-c lavi portmusters; are brought "nJcr the civil service He mi id thul lie did not contend that ihcy are mi.Jccl to competitive! exatulua lion, hut he iltil liiaisr that the Pont master i.icneral Is governed In the re wiovnl ft fo'trMM lass pout masters- by rule - of the civil service, which say ,'no 'j,i rlmlnut'loti y.1ull be exercised or promised by any person In thf executive c ivil rorvlce against, or in favor of an applican...

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. — 24 September 1903

'! I-:!.' : ii ,. i 1 JACKSON HERALD. REPUBLICAN IN POLITICS. b. F. LUSK. .Publisher Entered at toe postofflc.e at Jack ton, Mo., at second-class mjitter No vember 4, IS97. PHONK3: Office ' Reeldmce 142 Terms for the Herald are at follow: Tot one year 11.00 81 mouths. . .', ..Ill Three mouths 30 Advertising Kates: locals Co per line each insertion. Professional Card l par year. Legal Advertisements--toga rates. Display al. rates mads known on application. THE MARKET REPORT. A Summarized Report Covering the Prevailing Conditions. GRAIN St. Louis. Wiikai -No, " No. t'OH.N OATS KlK No. Nil. -No. No. No. No. No. No. - No. No. No. : No. I No. 1. . '2 rod. m il red... J hard . .'I hard '.' tul.vi il . . :l intseil . . 'i yelloiv. . .1 yellow.. vt bile . . i white. . . Ii mixed . . :i in'i fd . . bite . . white . . Wiikat -No. No. No Cokn -No. J No. a Os'ls - No. 2 No. i No. .1 Ilva- No. i Uaiu.kv- Fair to Chicago. ; spring... I spring... ; ifd .."I'i . : . .hi ..7', ..4 . .t'.lV ..fl', . ...

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. — 24 September 1903

THAT GIRL 9 JOHNSON'S 9r JEAt K.AT& LVVLVM. Ak tf "Al m Ctrl; U,r.' ft, . L'BKrad Aotnfdlm Is Art Coaima la th. V..r lino y, s,r( a g,,,,, la b 0a of lb Ubran.n of Cotirr.it, .t W.h,,io.. V. t. CHAPTER I. The Girl. The dr )rery heu the vti born, not only nec.ue the ruin w fulling to (Irlrillrig faiibioii and s mlRt liiiug over the bllli, but because alio horn. Her mother, liavln a anfl heart, felt all her tendernets awakliiK for er weak daughter, and gathered her Into her rni with a half pitying raroHH. But her mother did nut live lonK, and wmic of her friend vent tar ax to Kay that It was well eha 1ll not, fur she would have fpoilcd .the Kix). i Her father well, there was no dan ger of her father (polling the girl with tetidernmii. lie eoimiilcred her birth one of the blow fate dealt him, and he eaid he had had mutiy blow! from fate. He raid fate vaa against him," people mid he was Hhlftle": tney aid alto that there aa hardly a doubt that tho pirl would be the saino. None of th...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 24 September 1903

untinurur vn i A Tf i'iuvribiii, avs-awwac I McKINLEY '1 .ii " I v i ti 1 - tuoiiu:iie(i'. !i!ch . l.ll'.l ll ld ill Toledo, Oil III. ti.'JH fwi'iM" 14. I a cuiuuiu nl gi-.iy am'c Muring 111.1 Inscription 'Wil li am MrKinley" cut on it face, (in ih" lour tires IiIh life history Is ln-ii-r-ly rc-il' '!. The shaft is ntirmimiil'-rl KEY'S POEM NATIONAL ANTHEM. I Circumrti nces Under Which "SUr S'rrj,'ec! Banner" Was Written. I'raur h Si oil Key, whose ' Slur Spmig'ci! I : 1 1 1 1 1 ' tun lit" mi i irt't i-l 11! 1 v il"i.,f i.ll 1 1, r- n iMullill .- it! I m of fhi I II iti' 1 Sthli :. was Inn 11 cumiiiv, Mr.r .mill August 1 I'lierii k , 1;:). He wns i';e --on of Hfi oritur in Ihi- Hevo i'.ii liMiii; y avuiy. ami nlii-r lii'lim grot nsnii In . 11 .HI. John's rollr.o. ill IT 'S, (: l.rfiiirii' 11 l:iurr. III. Pinions poem mid wr!:ttii in islt In n. in in nt-i r.' for 1 1 1 exchange of pi isoiieis s.'nt ry President Mailison. hp saw fron. a British vessel the bombard inent i'f Baltimore. ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 24 September 1903

adiah Woman Flresnen. irk. hale tnm of Mss.es, la Sw - contltvgew, ll ironf In Its rtfd l" n' .imply U " cwiiliU slmr of ar great tubs, aid it ! the duty l ui own "flressen" to keep ttiese hi! to mH t ft Tkey stand la ,wll continuous lines from tit tub u ,br Ukr some distance away, owe Una passing fu" B"rkat n! ln other sending them bct More Flexible and Lasting, , t .hk t or Mo out; by lag pi2!no. Htarrh you obtain better remit than uoewble wlth "J othor. broad and ,i third moro for sain money. Sham Champagno. American apples are cured, sliced did dried, rent (o Krone and there converted Into elder. With the addl turn of carbonic? acid ood yeast D1 a little flavoring powder, the ' elder becomes champagne and uiurh t II come to Knglaiiil and In drunk under the deluslou that It la of the best brand. Iondou Family Doctor. T t'oro a Colli In One day. T,ki baiaii.e Uruino V"iiiine 'l abiiMs All ,lruggi.i refund -,,UI,,V " 't fil to cure. American vo. canoes. Kortli Amerhn 1 credited wit...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 24 September 1903

. Jackson Herald. RBrUBI.I CAW IN POLITICS. B. F. LUSK l'mii.isiiBii Pluiro( Ht thn potnfflce nr. .(nrkun. Mo., nttcond-rlan mMir Noirimibc-r 4. lf07. OdtiT esluV 14,' Term for the IIbkai.d are us fol lows: For fitip yeur l.oo Six months fid 7 liriM- month HO AlVKKTrN ItATKHI LncilN tic per line inch limcrllofi. ProfestifunHl t'.-iril Efi per your. I.cg:il Advertl-i-nionlM cfr:il rates. liM!uy u rales made known on application. , JACKSON. MO., SKI'T. It. I DOS. A RF.ai. honest inun will riot ask a paper stopped till ho hurt paid all arrearages. Tun Hkkai.I) seconds the mo tion of the Hloonificld Courier for Hyrd Dum-an f.f Poplar Bluff ' ynniwiH of the work done dur for state treasurer or state::.,,, fi. f.,..r ,,,.,. (it i !,.,,,,- auditor. A OA in wc ask, is the .lackson conimcrcial club dead? Regular . meetings of a good live eofiuner-j rial club ( good. uld do Jackson much Ik it is against the law to run a saloon on the fair grounds at the Cape have it stopped ami don't always t...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 24 September 1903

Supplement to THIS JAOKSli!l H RALD. VOLUME VI. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1903. NUMBER 46. ( t.3:'. " ' tr ; j 0 JACKSON MILITARY ACADEMY AND SCHOOL OF FINE ARTS. This Hclioul opened U wet'ond yearn' work September 9. A full buainetw course will be given. It is co-educational and Las an ex cellent corpH of teat-hern. For particulars and catalogue write to KARL MOENCH, Secretary. G. S. HENDERSON '0ail'jY.l Dentist Ofmcb On South High Street, over Cape County Savings Hank, Jackson, Missouri. Office photic, 172; residence, 17?. Dr. C. V. Alsop, Resident Dentist. Den Mh try Practiced in All Its branches. Office phone 178; Residence 78 Anaesthetic for the painless ex traction of teeth used if desired. Examination and consultation free. All the work is done In mv office; none of it is sent away. Satisfaction guaranteed. Refer ences cheerfully given. JACKSON. - MISSOURI. I wT." .Z!:1 hiongo g'ee flub, ac Dr. J. L. Jenkins, RESIDENT DENTIST Jackson, Missouri Over Sohaefrr'. f tore. Gold Killi...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 24 September 1903

Combined JOHN ROBINSON'S Ten SHOWS Jackson, September 30,03 Presenting the Ideal Show c the 3 m Wis fi - a m . Whole world. Comprised in circus, hippodrome, menagtiye. mu seum, prodigy, aerial, equestrian, gymnastic, acropatic anautnieut departments with three rings, three stages, aerial enclosed race track, spectacular amphitheatre, sports arena and gymnastic plazas. 300 prodigeous and phenomenal perform ers headed byIorkhiQtnthewondero? the age, in his1"01 1 10 LWsensation a I awe-inspiring, death-defying unparalleled act of circling the loop in automobile. With out a precedent and for the first time pre sented in America. Prof. Winstons' Wonderful Educated Seals. Their equal never seen before. $40,000 herd of performing elephants. Mighty millionaire menagerie! 50 cages ami gilded dons! 500 horses! 100 Shetland ponies! s The grand IJiblical Spectacular Production King Solomon and the Queen of Sheba. One thousand men, women and horses in the cast. GRAND$300,000 FREE STREETPARADE li...

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

Tme Jackson Mekald). B. F. MJSK, Editor. IN TUB INTEREST OF THE PEOPLE AND THE REPUBLICAN PARTY. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR IN ADVANCE VOL. VI. JACKSON, MISSOURI, THURSDAY. OCTORKR 1, 1903. J0. 47 FALL AUTUMN .. FALL Fall is now here and we will sell a regular 50c value facinator for 25c, a 75o value at 50c, and a $1.00 at 75c. Calico at 4cand 5c per yard. A big stock of blankets and comforts at prices so low 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 beUer one. Our shoes and clothing have both. We have opened another loi: of di-e.is goods this week. See them and our trimmings. 2 sir Don't fail to seo our nvilinery stock, as it is more complffts iiK.n ever. before and prices right at JACKSON STORE CO., JACKSON, MISSOURI. LOCALS Wheat '77c. to-O.r.y. O.-ren VM .on .tvI wife were visiio...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 1 October 1903

LONG SUFFERING OF "VNHAPFY CARLOTTA" WILL SOON BE ENDED J RVTH BRYAN'S ENGAGEMENT TO WILLIAM H. LEAVITT ANNOVNCED I Missouri Doings OF THE EMI CLAIMED TO BE CONVICTS Two Men Coolly Robbtd Farmer After Eating His Dinner Marcelllne, Mo.: Saturday at noon two young men stopped at tbe farm Ten Id nice of Jacob Ucnsmler at the north city limit of Marcelllno and asked for something to eat. They were Invited to come In, and consum ed a great deal of time eating. Tbe farmer at last Informed bis guests that ha nuiKt get back to Ids work, when one of them drew re volver, and, laying It beiilile his plate, ordered Rcnsiuler to remain In the room. After eating, the strangers asked for the oil can of the Hewing machine, and when It was brought drew two more revolvers from their pockets, and leisurely cleaned and oiled the thrre weapons, keeping one at oil times' loaded and ready for use. After completing this work they In formed Mr. llcnsmler that they were esraped convicts from the California P...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 1 October 1903

powers Agree to Revise the Map franc ! to Have Tram Hand In Morocco and llaly in Tripoli tendon: The Horlln correspondent of the Dally Mall ays ho learns that an agreement of the leading nations f Riirope was reached week ago In roK"l ' P,lcy pursued In W Mediterranean. Franco Is to havo a free hand In Morocco; Italy In to hvo Tripoli: the British protectorate (Her Egypt I t he recog,nl?ed and ifuritKthGWd; Spain will receive gome cmicceslons from France, while Ger many will get commercial privlloK.es arid the open door. The reported Intention of France to Mitiihlinh a protectorate over Morocco has been much canvassed In the Innt few days. The story, which was first lH'iiichcd by M. Jaures the well-known K'ciM h Socialist leader, an I tius since linen repeatedly denied, in reasserted Kriduy. The Pari correspondent of the Iiiiilv Mall claims that he Is aide to iiiiilim the Ktory on unimpeachable authority. He says an arrangement !niii hcen made by France ami Kng '.'iiiil. with the ac...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 1 October 1903

JACKSON HERALD. REPUBLICAN IN POLITICS. I B. r. LUSK... . .Publisher Entered at tbe postofflce at Jack, on. Mo., an ae-coiid-class matter No-' -vemtier J, 1S97. PHONES: Offlca 118 Residence 142 Terms for the Herald are as follows: For one year $1.00 Bis months CO Three months .30 Advertising Rates: Ixicals 6c per Una each insertion. Profcslonal Card 16 per year. Legal Advertisements legal rates. Display ad. rates road known on application. THE MARKET REPORT. A Summarized Report Covering the Prevailing Conditions. GRAIN St. Louis. TV UK at No. II ml, new HU'i No. .1 red ' No. V hard 77 " No. 3 liurd 74 f'Olisi No. if mixed 4fl " No. 3 mixed 4.'i't No. 2 yellow 47 " No 3 vellow 4H " No. 2 whit. 4S No. .1 white 44 Oat -No. 2 mixed 3'. " No. 3 mixed :iM' " No. 2 while 41 hi " No. 4 white. 40 Km -No. 2 f.7 Chicago. Wheat No. 2 spring " No. 3 spring 84 " No 2 red Tin i'OKH No. 2 47 " No. 2 yellow 49' ATK No. 2 39 ' No. 2 whit 30 " No. a white 3H Rt-No. 2 59 IIaki.cv fair to choice malting...

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. — 1 October 1903

THAT GIRL of JOHNSON'S By JEA.f JC.A TE L VL VAf . Autker ef "At a GM'i H,ra." lik Enteral Ar.-or.lint Is Ar of Comrfi. In It,. X-..t IWO U S,,t 4 smi,. lo th. 0lhc of tlx LibruUg of Contie. at Wwhiotion. D. :. CHAPTER III Continued. That night his comrades at the tT oro had told him of thin; they taunt ed Mm with It; they laughed at tht fclrl. They did not like her not one if thrni. Narrow natures dislike and distrust that which thoy cannot under rtand. Young Green also bad aroused In fears. Oreen had an eduction; he had asked where the girl ohfSlned her education, therofore he must have an education. To-nicht he waa assured of thin. He kicked the hook contemptuous ly, and muttered, under hit breath, aa oath against young Green. If ever he came there again it would be. a aorry ilny for lilm. Jiolorcs said nothing. A nudden frenzy seized Mm. He rlixiped and matched the book from the ground. It was an old astronomy, the had been reading the book, for i.he preferred It to any of her m...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 1 October 1903

-Maisii ROMANS BUILT WELL Old A I p I n City P r o v Thli 8 3 THE RISE OF JAPAN Hr Mirveloui Pf ori Shown m t wn tut a Tr'fe AS v .AM VV V JLVfl jtjl AJ W 11 m ISPECIAL CORRESPONDENCE ISPCCIAt CORRE8PONDCNCCI The great Ronmn republic fow.d 1 the Alps a serious obstacle to It north ward expansion. Nature and tbe na tive alll'. fought against Ihrm. and the struggle for the mastery of th feriilo voil'.y at the finit of tho two passes new called tho (Sreat aurl Lit tle Ft. Bernard was an troublesome a. nn A ft: hii a war. Uolli had great strat egic. Importance, the one betns tho only direct route Into the valley of Hie Rhoi.c, ti t oilier giving easy access to that of t'le Iscre. The lower part of the valley in fur a tiir.i' a deep Borne, down wMcb rushes the torrent of tho IHu-a flu Ilea, and the di'ep slopes above It most have been troublesome to the 1- New Bridge, Ki-tairi s . Jiluiukcr. Tho native the S::us! ;- were among the most pugna cious , f the Alpine tribes, anil so far friii...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 1 October 1903

Leseon In Politeness. The oldest boy la a treasure, nn In trying to b polite he sometlwoe slip up. The father of this lad had reared him to be ntwaye courteous to his elders. On going to a distant irhool hli father had told him to telegraph 'home "Yea" If lip found everything satisfactory and arrived Kafely. He did so, but the busy father hud forgot ten the arrangement. so, being ptis ,tled. he telegraphed bark: "Yea, what?" The answer came back: "Yen, nir." , Naval Officers Not Good Drettcrt. A deal of friction between the army and the navy has been caused In ljin dun by the publication of a remark by an army officer overheard In a club window In Tall Mall. Pome naval of ftcere were patalng ami the critical military observer exclaimed: "I have never een a naval officer with a well cut or well-fitting pair of trousers." Aiid now the fight la on In the news papers and Is raging with much bit terness. Neutralixing the Nicotins. tt Ir. announced that "eminent French physicians have dis...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 1 October 1903

Jackson Herald. RErUtU.tCAN IN 1-OUTICB. B. F. LUSK I't'BUHHien lfr t. tha iKMlofllr t Jwltmn, Mo., M wnd-i;lHiM matter Nevtmilier 4. 117. 0ro it Ui Terms for the IIkuai.d are hh fol io w: tot one year 1 1.00 Six month 50 "Ilirce months ;io Auvkhtikino Rathh: Loeali lie ter line each iiiM-riiori. J'tiifpsidiiuul :nrl 5 per your. Lena I AdvcrtiM' BientH lufiiil rales. DiFplay ad raton mmlo known on application. JACKSON, MO., (X'TOHKR 1. I'.m. Foit the good of the Republi can party individual interests must come second. Tiikrk never was a moro im perative time for Republican harmony than this year. As mail does come to Jack pon on Sunday why not have A Sunday (rain so that, we m ild ! get onr mail regular ami on time? J t is our honest opinion, every thing considered, that if our Re publican county central commit tee wants the Republicans of this county united they will have to order primaries. Something munt be doing in politics. We bet; Democratic editors and Democratic county offic...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 8 October 1903

Tmie IrfllPIOAIl IT 8. F-LUSK, Editor. lN XUE INTEREST OF THE PEOPLE AND l'Hfc itBPUBLICAN PARTY. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR IN APVANCE VOL. XL JACKSOMISSOUnf. TIltJttSDAY. OCTOBER 8. 1903. Isols "The Place Where Your Dollar Goes Farthest." Ladies" Furnishings ysS fZ a few days only but for the entire fall season, and It will coflt ou nothing to examine our goods and find we lend in low prices in the latest styles in Capes, Jackets and all kinds of Dross Goods. P?H rnitllf 8 not necetwa',y for you to leave Ul nnwiv, 0Uf fltore to gpt what you need, for we can furnish your house from cellar to garret with the best Furniture, Stoves and Carpets and fit your family in any kind of wearing apparel. PrnHuce e ou ca8 1'or yur Turkeys, chick- rlUUUWb en9i i-jgga, etc., and furnish Groceries, Hardware and Tinware at the lowest possible prices. Men's and Boys' Clothing j;eehtahn; celebrated "Slorling" clothing for men from $1.45 to $120 er suit; and the "Vicking" suits for boys from 75o to $2 per su...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 8 October 1903

..... BRITISH AMBASSADOR HERBERT DIES AT SWISS HEALTH RESORT STATUE OF GEN. SHERMAN TO BE UNVEILED AT WASHINGTON OCT. 15 -OH OF THE BO CONFEDERATES CLOSE REUNION. I THINK WALTZ IS DANGEROUS (sTA wmst. Missouri Doings . . . ...... . . i James Bannerman of St. Lou I th i Only New Officer Elected. , Columbia, Mo.: James Bannerman of Bt Louis was the only Dew ofiWr of the Missouri Division of the United Confederate Voteran elected at the business meeting Saturday. He was elected brigadier general of the Bast; era Division to succeed S. M. Kennard cf 8t. Louis. The meeting adjourned Saturday. The following o (Beers were re-elect ed: Commander of Missouri Division, General Elijah Dates, St. Joseph; Ad jutant General and Chief of Staff, John C. Landls, St. Joseph, and Brigadier General of Western Division, Major Harvey V. Salmon. Clinton. A motion by V. H. Cannon of Mexi co to turn the Confederate Cemetery at Springfield over to the Federal Gov ernment met with disapproval and was voted do...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 8 October 1903

Eight Lives Lost In Storm's Fury House Blown Away and People Cast Into that ritldi ITinrflon. III.: A tornado passed to mil' southeast of this city Hattir day evening, killing three persons and destroying large amount of furni property. Thp ''',, r: yjrs. Oharleit F. Hhorwln, Mrs. Alvla " gi,,.rlti. Mia Rronia Welsh of Tiskll . visiting at the Shcrwln house. The Injured: Charles K. Shcrwln, seriously; Internal Injuries. The storm started at the house of .1. '. ','uur, two m 1 1 oh southeast of riii:ntn. At tliat place It destroyed a in w residence erected liy Mr. Cater this yar. The Btorm traveled in an eastotly tllrertlon to the residence of Mr. HIi'TWln, where tho three women In the hotia at the time were killed an! Mt. Hherwln, who was about to eutei tr.e hoiiHe. wan seriously Injurecl. 7h" tloud was a black, funnel .limp ed twister of frightful velocity, anil In the sotond ono tu visit thin section ill tie- iat two months. i.'oti-UieraMe curti In the field was ruined. Fences wer...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 8 October 1903

r ( JACKSON HERALD, REPUBLICAN IN POLITICS. B. F. LLSK Publisher Entered at the postofflee at Jack, on. Mo., as secnnd-clnas natter No eaiter 4, 1897. PHONES: Office MS Residence 142 Terms for the Herald are at follow?: For one yesr 11. 00 Blx months ,,,, .50 Three months 30 Advert Islng Hal ok: Locals Cc per line each Insertion. I'rofcslona) Card IB per year. I.tsal Advertisements legal rates. Display ad. rates made known on application. THE MARKET REPORT. A Summarized Report Covering the Prevailing Conditions. GRAIN St. Louis. Wiika r No. c' ml, new M'j No. H red M No. 2 hnril 7'i ' No. 3 luiril 77 Cork No. :. mlvil ....-US " No. 3 mi i'il VI " No. 'i velloiv 44 ;i, " No. 3 yellow 4.1 " No. 2 'while 4 4 " No. 3 uliiu- 41 Oath -No. - inixi-l :e' ' No. .'I ini.i'l 37 v " No. S hit- 41 " No. 4 white ....:! Kvr. - No. c Chicago. 'Wiikat No. 2 sprins? sr. " No. 3 spring t2 ' Ni :! ml 7' Cohn No. 2 41 " ffn. 2 ji-lloiv 4C Oath- No. 2 ." :i7 " No. 2 ivliiti- :t!i No. ;t uliitc .S7 TlVK-N...

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