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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 8 October 1903

THAT GIRL of JOHNSON'S "By JEA.fi K.ATE LV73LVM. Autkir tf "At m Cirfi .V'..r' E:t. Fnlcn-J Ar.ror.liiu to Art t.f Cn,-m In ih Ymr ls'0 .j Slrn ft Smllh. la llie Olhr.. of Ilia Librarian at ConneM, .1 WashinciaB, V. C. CHAPTER VI. Continued. . living, and Uicy lirnunlit her many Instinctively sho Klnm etl down many ramlea of tin life puli-ins Just toward the rhop, Tlie doors wora , beyond (t:u piny iicnKs. otifn, but no one wan there. The honM peefcinR around the doom were tho only vii Iblo flpti of life to her anx eyes, riieotiscloindy Klie began hulling tlm strawberries with .tic (bn'iirul but steady flnirers. Tlnien Is dull 'nough, 'poors to me," the woman proceeded. "First kom H ere want o' rain with ther ftyar din' adryln' up splto o' tho rato wo j;lv et; ttif n as though thct warn't 'tough, hyar kem.i tlier aoo.'u'nt ter tlirr marc o' thcr JouVe'ii son, an' any o' us likely to bo ketchicl et 'twaru't tlict g'plclon rests lu ono direction peelal." It was ronilnr. Dolores waited...

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. — 8 October 1903

IN THE MAGIC EAST Striata of tho Egyptian Capital (SPECIAL- CORRESPONDENCE! FAMOUS IRISH CITY Correspondent Writes of Cork IVER. THE I:; 08 ISPCCIAL CORREBPON DENCt) ias i 1 , i M Appir-achln Ireland from the Routh rv.ie Is guided Into tha harbor of tl'ioniiM'iwii, no named In honor of IJuw.i Victoria'!! visit In I84, previ ously called Tha t'ovo. Thn ship round! Uii'bf'n point. This la the point '. j : 1 t tho alonnshlp Chicago of tin' Irinrjit lino was wrecked in 1S'J2. Thn pr oaon'ory which attract at cutiut.'o ;o the harbor is known ax Klr.sr.l Head. II was upon thin rape 'nHt the renowne I Irish general Hugh O'Ncili met his defeat by England un der the governor leral Carew, In the seventeenth century, and follow ing the successes of a hundred battles, let It be recalled that this defeat 1 t ;r':'. i mL mm & i- S&fe? w-f&hi V i wp v-C'-h St. Fioun Barr'i Inn -ti reioiiuti'.l r ill iwe I as a result I of i?i-ini.h treachery. Tin- alliance previously entered into by O'...

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. — 8 October 1903

Beefsteak en tu. Grldlran. Qlttlr oil Hie bulrUDV nf hn Ar..1 American flub. Brussels, 0 YankM and an Englishman spent a lazy af ternoon Kiiylcg each other on racial and national foible and trait. The) ronvprBollon veered Into flam. "Tmi." drawled the Brltlnher, "re mind me of nothing so much as a Krl(llrona deuced big gridiron, dont tlicrknow!" "And yoifr," wan the quick come-back from the American, "remind me forcibly of a berf steak a darned big beefsteak, but not ro big lliut we ccn't cook it on our gridiron! ' Languages of Animal. The dog ran emit four or five differ ent tone, each Indicative of a (pedal mental condition, and each fully un derstood by It companion. The fowl I credited with frcm nine to 12 ills tlncl vocal sounds, each c apable of a Rnecial Interpretation by Its fellow. The gesture of the lower animals are cither facial, like the grimaces of the monkey, or change of bodily uttltude. like those of a dog. Storekeeper report that the extra quantity, together wlfi t...

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. — 8 October 1903

Jackson Herald. nitrUHLtCAN IN POMTICS. 11 V. LUSK. . 1'UIII.IKKKII Knteroc nt lh pnauilflre at Jhckmii, Mo., a. cond-claM tuuttor Numubor 4, IW7. Ofltrn . Knsliln 14K 1 Terms fur tho IIkkai.d are an fol lows: Vor no ymr 1-W isix months do 1 hrco month :w AiVKHTlotN Ratkh: Locals He rf r line each Insrrtlon. Profe-udnnul Card ft ir year. Leiral Advertise ment -legal ruins. Ilisplnyad rates made known on application. Let ub have Republican har mony in Cape county. Chas. H. Smith, bettor known as "Hill Arp.V.died in Atlanta, Ga., August 24. Resolution of Respect. What dues our Hepuqliean county centrul committee suggest for harmony in this county? Tiikrk never was a better time for Republicans to place Missouri in the Republican column than this year. Put up a good ticket and drop factionalism and we will win. JACKSON, MO., OCTOIiKtt H, 1003. A hair recognition of cuoh faction of tho Republicans will mako party success. Conckksknan Hakthoi.ot and wife of St. Louis, who have been touri...

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. — 15 October 1903

The Jackson Herald. H. F. U'SK. Editor. IN THE INTEREST OF THE -I'EOI'LE AND THE KEITHUCAN TARTY. ONE POLLAU PER YEAK IN APVANTe" VOL. VI. .JACKSON. MISSOURI. THURSDAY. OCTOliKli 15, 11MK5. 4;J R Mfi I 1 A We want ONE THOUSAND BUSHELS of IRISH POTATOES AT ONCE and will pay the right price for good nice ones. Jackson Store Co., I the place where your dollar goes the farthest. I, O C A L S Wheat W)e. to-day. l'f. K. T. Henderson Is on ;!; lint. the Utorney Linus Sanford is still nfined to his room. .1. J. Sawyer of Fruitland was iu lackson Tuesday. For Sale A second hivnd or y. 11. Apply at this office. The Colonials meet in. the Woodmen hall to-night. A. K. Byrd of New Mexico is visiting in Jackson for a C days. I Mrs. A. H. Kut'Ilmer of the : Cape was visiting in Jackson i Tuesday. Rubbers with heavy I .. . rollea - edge sole at Bruening & Kerst ner Dry Goods Co. Vadie Howard, who has been ill for some time, is now confined to his bed. j Adam Hoffman has purchased the Rarmenter ...

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. — 15 October 1903

Missouri Doing's EARTHQUAKE IN MISSOURI. Vibrations Accompanied by Low Rum- ' bling Noi. " lie Boto, Mo.! A, distinct earth quake shock was foil here about 'J o'clock Sunday night. All of the churches of the city were holding services at the lime, and there was some consternation until It wis found that no damage had been fanned. Houses shook and window rattleil for ahout thirty seconds, but not a building a Injured. Some crockery fell from the shelves ami wan broken, thin being the extent or tile losn. WJiaf wax more alarming than the vibration was a In-'. rumbling nolHe like the roar of a train, which follow ed Immediately after the shock. It aeemcd to come out of the earth, com ing from the southeast and moving to ward the north went Heporls which have come In her In dicate that the shock wan general over the trad belt In New Madrid, Jefferson and St. Krancois countien. Felt In St. Loui. St. louin: An earthiiuake of more than unual violence wan felt in tst. Iitiia Sunday night at...

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. — 15 October 1903

Millions to Iveplacc i Bridges on Delaware ' ....... . Hunlredo Floodbound People Hr.cued Along I.rltigli River i:hiii. I'u : Tli. I -law at e K'ver began to recede Hboiit midnight Sat tir ,t i. ml continues to la i I rapidly " ho I.chlrli tin' Hiishkill in' Mill hacked "I for miles, iiml cvi'i-yi ,iiik Hl"iig thfir bunks Ik ll'ioded Ii is Im possible to estimate (ln loss in- even npl loxintnte It. Inn In Kiiki.im and t,,ni up anil down the Delaware It will ; ukc minimis to replace the leuices nml repair the damage Tin Balvldero ami Delaware I i v : -ii ;i ,f tin Pennsylvania Kallroad is tinsel iinrf trains are stalled hern, dig u h ii . ,.iiti' orcurred up an I down th road Tl, North Delaware Kivcr highw.iv .lumtivcd Id tin extent of iL'ii.iiiin Mm.i- l.ehr directed u relief corps, composed ill' piilii'i'tin'ii. mil if mill t'ianNini'11 ami cltiens. that rescued, hundreds (if Hood In ik 11 i I persons alnti'i Hi ! ('high Hlvi'. Paterson's He.-.vy Loss. Putcmiii. N I : Kit nearly - ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 15 October 1903

JACKSON HERaLD. REPUBLICAN IN POLITICS. B. r. LUSK Publisher Entered at the puKtoiTh-o at .lurk, on, Mo., as secnnil-da.-is mutter Ni mler 4, 18H7. PHONICS: OOlce . . Resilience ..IIS ..112 Terms for tint f Icialit are as follow: Tor one year Il.no tlx months 50 Three ninntlis .30 Advprllslns: Katp: Iirnls fin per Ho m Ii InsrrHcn. Proft'siunal Card II per year. Lrital Advertisement- legal rnU-s. Display ad. ratfg made known on application. I - .1 THE MARKET REPORT. (A Summarized Report Covering the Prevailing Condition!. GRAIN St. Louie. "Wnri Ni -.! red iifiv x No :i ml M'y No. : hard 7H " No. J Imnl 77 Ihkk No. ; mi i-d 41 , " No. 1 mitpd 4 1 " No. ',' ypi low . ....I'l ' No I .luw II , " No. whitr fi , " No :i white II', Oat No ; in "l No I ti; v.i .'I , " No. : whit- II No. 4 unite ..', . No. V :,l , Chicago. "W'Mfcvl No. '.' siritlir. " Nil :i tir ',! i " No -1 red . '. M Coax - No. 4'.'i " No. 'J yellow 47 , ClAT No. -J ,'i , ' No. hit.- :w i " No. 3 white :ifi Tttr. No r.4 I...

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. — 15 October 1903

. .' ,r r THAT GIRL of JOHNSON'S Author vf ",tt d t'i l't ' A t. III tl.tt Utiu of tt.a t.ibian.11 ,.f r ..,,, .t Wbii,,i... K; CHAPTEft VII. The Strayed Cow. lhilores sat 111 the doorway wait ing for l'r father's return from the tavern. He had been to the house while fli') ns over the mountain, ami Sad IiIk supper. She liernelf had eaten ButhiiiK, for ulie hail no appetite In ipfte of her walk over the nioiintmln. Ske was quite Idle, her hands In their old Hull attitude In her lap, (,er dark head reflnit against the npainted door post, her grave face snd thotndilful eye raised to the heaven. The mooiillsltt. railing across her race di'flued It clear and perfect 9 niarhle: upon the-clean hare floor behind ner lay her shadow long and dark. The nUht was Mlent : the distant stmnd of rude sitmlnx from the tav- ; erii died away: the HkIiIs went but j one after another In tho Ion, low t houses. Dolores began to wonder vaguely why her father did not come. Midnight had passed; the hours tic...

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. — 15 October 1903

Is "ill HOLY LAND ScEll jjL 'A 3LLgggg3" 111 OP WORIOT igl 1Zr 3 Kfc mi "' Jt.-m-m - . i F m o u Soolplur and Painting r j I-" " gpVER, THE pgaigesBBain gj I f'l,.w,too-1,.-ooMo U jJg3STO8gBiSail 1 J EACUPS iJJT3.e,.ooE3-oMoc. e,ll i I I !'K1 Kui:: Jerusalem!" f xo'alm tho rle'-p (..nuiral vole1 of tho Turkish Hn1 as the train. pulling anl shriek j ni. '.rri:' 'be tm;ri"t of In day Into :' nm.!"iii looking rt.-j, it or the ?,: eiislve traveler his ill III ,;, veiling that In.' has arrived e cil of hi ill-. Ire. Hi- Holy 1 ,: In- is li-.mlU' iri 'n oior a ihi l.i oil i . ;::! v 1,1 it- t' In the di.dnnce before it roco the hills of Judoa. towering to o height of ;.i)i.o to U.imii) feet above tho land ot Phlllstia. We roarhfil Rnmli't late In tho af ternoon. Surrounded by tall. slender palms ami ollv tree, nnd In tho midst of a sandy, barren plain, tho v II lago of Hamlet In a picturesque oasis it ' 'ILt x3.h Z'-r; J ---.Vv.4.'.-Mt' Corn 'Starch Merlngur. Bcahl one pint of milk, adil ...

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. — 15 October 1903

ALL TIRED OUT. The tveary. worn ,, all tired iv! ruiou'lo ev erybody who uiM the I.M nrys. W nen lin i.lneys ore over, vorkpil thi-y fall to perforin tlm iliillt'H tiatiiru liat I, rovlde.l for ilicm to 'I". Wlirll Uie kill ,. rail danger ,.us ri I it e u a e a q ii I r U I y follow, urinary illourdurs. dialM't'M. ilrupay, rheiimatiHin, Uriel's iIIhuni!. I loan's Kldnt J'lll fine all Imlnt'y and Madder IMh. Ktlid'tte ful k.ftlftK ': Wit-ran .liiplma lli-Ilir. of TOfi South Wulntit stiwt. I'l banu. 111., nays: -m the full of ISH'J rii-r K-ttliiK I)oan Klilni-y Tills at 'iiniiliit:liHm Hiuh.' ilnm' nlore In rhiinipalKii ami tukliiK s 'course of tn-atim-nt I told the read er of tin; paper Hint they liml r. heveil raft of Kidney Imtilile, tlixnorml nf a lame hack with pain across my In; tlx and beneath the shoulder blade. Imrinp the interval which had elapsed I have had occasion to reort to Moan's Kidney I'llls when I noticed warnings t.f attack. On earn and every orc-a-tm.n the results...

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. — 15 October 1903

f i'i I is.;' Jackson Herald. McrUHLICAN IN TOUTICS. B F. LUSK... .l'uiiMHitr.n RbIitrC at the pmlnnVe at Jnrkwin, Mo., .acornl-eLiM niKller N ovumtHir 4, ImiT. WTW ftPftldtilllt),.. t Term for tlio Hicham arc a. fol lows: Fur unt' year 1 1.00 riix month '' 1 hre months .'. Aiivkrttsivo H.U'Ks: LomW I'm' per line 1'iicli liiKt-rtlnn. lrofonlunnl Curd ii tier jenr. U'tfiil Advert Im;- inniilH ciriil niton. I ) Htilii V inl ru U'H mmie known on n il l-;t 1 1'.n . JACKSON, MO(K rDI'.r.l! I . v.m Lkt ns have n united Repub lican party in l'.Kjl, Thk llKKAi.n is Republican and is for tin? good of the Republican T '' TliK Hku.m i) has its views us to how the best interest of the Re publican party in thin enmity ran lie served, but it is for tlu Re publican ticket, however nonii-naled. School Notes. The stale library board has revised the list of school library books and extended the contract for supplying "achool libraries. The revised list may be had of the state superintendent or county...

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. — 22 October 1903

Tme Jackson . Meisalid, 0. F- LUSK, Editor. lN TIIE INTEREST OF THE PEOPLE AND THE REPUBLICAN PARTY. ONE COLLAR PER YEAR IN APVANCpf Vol.. VI. i JACKSON. MISSOURI. THURSDAY. OOTOKKli 22, 1903. " ""M)r50 Dress Ooods YOU Sowing Machines Jackets Hardware will find ("apes Glass Millinery it Nails Comforts ... Stoves at the lihiiikets Hopes use Jackson careta Underwear Mattings Shoes StOFG Trunks Clothing Coffins Hats VUj Caskets Car8 the place Puints Faeinators Candy where your Collars J Ammunition Shirts dollar goes Cutlery Waitings the Dishes NotionB Wire farthest. . Groceries Picturos ami thousands of ether things LOCA L S V, Wheat KOc. to-day. . II. Miller is attending court at r.-'nton this week. Dr. Claude Slaughter of Old Minus, Mo., is in town. ' lviibhers with heavy rolled ede sole at Bruening & Kerst ner Dry Goods Co. Tihicher Sperling had business in New Madrid Tuesday. P..rn, to Rev. Theo. Whitfield and wife, on October 17, a boy. Fred Symons of Frederick-town was in Jac...

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. — 22 October 1903

"ll I if: Missouri Doings EASTERN FLOODS ARE CAUSE OF IMMENSE FINANCIAL LOSS LMJfl MORROW AND BARRETT INDICTED l AGRICULTURE TO BE TAUGHT They Both Appear Before Judge Adame and Plead Not Guilty. St. Louis: V. A. Morrow, confiden tial clerk and stenographer to Alexan der M. Dorhery, Governor of Missouri, and Thomas B. Barrett, ex-Marshal of the St. Louis Court of Appeals, . appeared In the United States District fpurf tiefore Judge Adams ..Saturday morn Inn and pleaded not guilty to the rbat'iif-H In the Indict ments returned against them by thu Federal Crand Jury Friday evening. Morrow was accompanied to the courtroom by Fred W. t.ehninnu and Morton Jourdan, his attornejs. A mo ment after their appearance Rarrett entered the room. .lounlan represent ed the latter In his plea, hut Barrett will he defended, it is said, by former Judge of the St. Ixiuls Court of Ap jteais Henry S. Bond. Morrow's bond was fixed at $12,000. On the Indictment alleging conspiracy n flO.OOu bond was requir...

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. — 22 October 1903

aran 3 l erms for Settlement! llori n Mut IVemaln Under Jap one Influence U: pit n Is wllllm; in come to n ugroditom wl!h Russia regarding i hi far Eastern difficulty on the fol iiwh.g term: Korea must remain cn t.ritlv under Japanese liilliience; the yikii!u to recognize. Itu.nilirs'presont .iir-iiiig'-mrnl in Mam l,iit hi. hut In t lie i-r.' eastern irm-ln"n (fTiftl Chin koverelgnty to prevail an:l the ii; c r door to I)" maintained. lmlorlaiil cnbluet meetings wpro jn'if Wednesday hiiiI Thursday, anil I' impression In well Informed rlr-,-lcr ,k tlmt .Ihpuii will Insist nn Him. , I tlllllnn nl of her proniis's. Cnglnnd'e Deep Politics. Loudon; i'lt'iifi' of n less n pin r--lcriovc le'dli'g refill i .iiug Russo-Jnpaii-.... ic'alain. whs conspicuous at Hip ! c,yti ulllce T htirsd;v. Tl.,. officials !. .'' tVial tin- rapid r.v.,inlllatl(in , : . i,;:lo Franco Italian friendship, to- i , r v.' ftii tin' firm m i M h t of Japan, ; ;e f iveii tin- M list 'ovlto pause, uti'l y :r icsiiit...

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. — 22 October 1903

JACKSON HERaLD, ' REPUBLICAN IN POLITICS. B. F. LU9K. .Publisher Entered at the postofllee at Jack, on, Mo., aa seeond-class matter No. m4er.4, 18Dt. PHONB3: fflcs Residence , , .143 .142 Terms for (he Herald are aa follows: rvr one yer $1.00 Bis months 50 Thr months ,30 Advertising Kates: locals 6c per Una each Insertion. Proresinnal Card 8 per year. Leal Advertisements legal rates. Display ad. rates made known on applirntlon. Li- . THE MARKET REPORT. Summarized Report Covering Prevailing Conditiona. GRAIN tha St. Louie. WiiKAr- N'o 2 rod :j - " No. :i red it " No. 2 liiinl u No. 3 hard 77 r.i - miv,., 4-. " No. :i mixt-il H " No. 2 yellow " No 3 yellow 4.1 i' No 2 white 4'.', " No. 3 white 1 , Da is - No. mixed :i7' " No. 3 iniveil :;', " No. 7 htte 40' , " No. I ,it.- :tri ItVK- No. -J Chicago. Wiif vr - No. uiny " No. .1 hpiinir mi " No '. ictl 81 , Oonw No. 2 44'., " No. .' ye' low 4ii Oats No. 2 :ifli " No. 2 n-hita .111 " No. 3 white :i Km -No. 2 r,7 IIaiii.rv l-air to choice...

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. — 22 October 1903

5 THAT GIRL of JOHNSON S Hy JEA.fi Krc LVVLVM. Anlkf "At Cirf, )ttn-u A.V. tMer.d Arrorjin. In Art of Con,,.,, In vf ,r b, S.rMt Smlih. Id lb Otbc. ol tlx Libraii f Cor,.. .1 w..b,n,toa. t. c. CHAPTER VMIContinued. The woman fme to moot them as (hey rode up. Foam dripped from the nmutlis of their horses, and their heads liuitK listlessly, whllo their flank were covered with tweut. The men dismounted and loosened tho sail din girths. Had Johnson returned? tliey asl.ed hr. Not that she had h"ard of. ih re plied. Did they want Johnson? Hud tlicy been seurehlntt for him? Yes, they replied, they wanted John urn; ho was summoned to appear in ih town In tlie (liven case; it was liclieved ho ronld tell considerable iihout tho matter; should ho not up pmr today, they must wait. AVhat if he were dead? sl-e ashed, emloimly; If ho hnd fallen into some one of tho dangerous place on the mountain? K he were dead, they Faiil we'd, if !,e weio dead t SI L would put a differ ent ra e upon ti;C matter...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 22 October 1903

Mi. Hi" .111 I'll 4 I.-!, : Mi MARRIAGE IN TURKEY All a M t I r of Arrangement f I9PECIAL CORRE8PONDENC No or- w lm has ll cd In Turkey and hail in e.poriunity of acquainting hitmiclf rltlt (In- domestic llfo of the i fir . 1 r I f ill to recognize ( ti lm I ' "'."n! j.-.r women play In Turkish - .' l:. .;.. it tiMv.-l-T who Uax just i . r:i.-t I hi- luid 01 the Sublime J' -'I'- i.:i.v l tli) Inn; of 11m- c.l.l won')' ii.' vim. unless Mho Is liicjpuci ti'ti i! I apt. or sickness, leads a life I'! i;rt:t Hcllvtty nnd usefulness. V":ir.i: i -men look upon her with a urcu: .'( as tin experienced ail- Turkish Laity i " , .'. tel.!. !( gar d-d . Turk )-., I .. '.:-;n-i I li-s Up-. l!'-S I" , i:''n ' V. ' i 1 T i In y :.. iltl'- ,i- I, '..I te- ' . '' linn ai'" iii'i.-ild oi her 'irii v hull -i. however, are re-.- 'a ci'ciwti of honor, und to n - mother is his truest friend; h'T ( llilerly. !i)i' to her for :ii all his ilifliniltles, and re i l,i r lo watch for opportune .Ivi'tn-p hi:- wu...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 22 October 1903

LIVE STOCK Before the Lambs Come. A. U- Gsniley, a Maulluba sheep breeder, hh.vs: The liunb crop, lil;o uoy other, to 1)0 Huccesxful, inuht lie prepared for bcfureliund ; I lit', dure, s tho bleeding season approaches the ewes out tit to be gcttlliK in fcooil cull dltion, and it cannot be done eanitir than by giving them the run o! the ttublilo fields after tbo grain Is tacked, liefore the breeding reason ,s over the winter lll have tet In, mid tlio Itork will be in their winter quarters. No elaborate building Is iicciMRary. A hay rack ruiinlni; round I he Inutile, with a Hinull door lu the i filter. Just lurge hiioiiv.1i for one tlieep to I'o in and out wln.it Mio big iliMir Ih Khut. It must be dry mid en tirely free from drafts for the Blieep !o do well; IluxtO fuel will bo simple uei'oiiiuiuilatlon for a hundred good -i.nl ewes, until iitiiililnn time. The winter feed Hhuulil Lu wild bay, i;at straw or oat Hhcaves. Tliey muy be allowed to ruu at the out muck, It raro is tnkcu to ...

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. — 22 October 1903

Jackson Herald. REPUBLICAN IN roMTICS. B. F. LUSK. 11'iiMBiiKii riiMroc at tlie nimOimre at JtwkpMn. Mo., M ucund-ciuM tnaltur NiiTeiiitjer i. IkvT. Cfllro Bimldi'nce I4 Hi Terms for the IIrkalb are km fol lows: For inc year t 1. 00 tJix months 50 Three months 30 Advuktisino Uatks: Local He per linn ench liiKcrtlon. Professional Card $5 per yenr. Jptl Advcrti-e-ii'iitM li-Kiil rated, lilsplny ad rates nuide known on application. JACKSON, MO., (M TO I! K II 22, l'.KXt. We must let the past bury the pant and Republicans must mp.ke a united effort tu put up good men for office. There is no reason why the Republicans with f(X) majority in this county should not elect a full ticket next fall. The Jackson Hkualu, whose editor mumped this county for the honest Republican ticket in this county in the last campaign, has been bought up by the men who turned the Republicans out of office and the editor is now working to get some of the renegades in office. Oipo Demo crat. Yes, it is true that ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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