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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 29 October 1903

JME JACK ME1S&LID). SON ,F. LUSK, Editor. IN TUB INTEREST OF THE PEOPLE AND THE REPUBLICAN PARTY. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR IN ADVANCE VOL. VI.. JACKSON. MISSOURI. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 29, 1!K)3. NO. 51 Dross Goods YOU Sewing Machines Jaket3 " JIardware . will find Capes Glass Millinery ijt Nails Comforts Stoves at the Blankets Ropes 11 "e Jackson Carpets Underwear Mattings Shoes StOTG Trunks Clothing Coffins Hats Co., Caskets Capa the place Painta Facinators Candy Cellar- Where your Ammunition Shirts dollargOeS Cutlery Waistings , Dishes the Notions Wire farthest. lv 4 Groceries Pictures and thousands of other things LOCALS Wheat 80c. to-day. There is talk of a fourth bank at the Cape. Rubbers with heavy rolled edge suits at Bruifning & Kerat Jiur Dry Goods Co. Joseph W. Folk will speak at Flat River Saturday. Big line of Gloves for men and boys, Dress Gloves and Work Gloves at Bruening & Kerstner Dry Goods Co. .1. M. Randol went to St. Louis' Monday on business. , . " A. M. Ric...

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. — 29 October 1903

1PI YOUNG GIRL'S HEROIC WORK IN FEVER-STRICKEN TOWN TWO SUICIDES AT STURGEON. NEGRO FIRES INTO CROWD. Missouri Doings I Charles Burgee Swallow Laudanum and Stranger Drown Himself. Sturgeon, Mo.: Stprgeon bad two aulcldea laiit Friday night. Charles Burgers Llndscy, 53 years old, well-known citizen, who lived one mile nontli of town, committed ul clde at the Keith Hotel by taking an ounce of laudanum, lie came hers from Mount Sterling, Ky. Me was a brother of J. H. Llndscy, a prominent farmer, living near town. The) suicide left a letter, In which he told how he wanted bis effects dlu posod of. The second suicide In supposed to be Daniel Flynn of Daveniiort. la. He van ejected from a Wabash train which arrived here at 10 o'clock Fri day night He tried to kill himself with arsenic in the depot, but was pro rented by byjtandors. Later he escaped and. after break Ing Into the residence of .1. M. Sey mour and stealing a pair of scissor), tried to stab himself. Borne time after midnight h...

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. — 29 October 1903

Charles Kratz Is Under Arrest Expected Arrest, but W Sur. prited by Its Suddenness Guadalajara, Mexico: Krati 3 in jail her. Following the uniia! custom In o:irh cases he is hold Incommunicado. Me Is not allowed to have money and IiIh lawyer Is not allowed lo rce and talk willi him. Tin; Inspector wJi cnniiod the ar retst Thursday permitted Krai is t. send a note to his lawyer, S.-iior Catano.-i, in Vbi(b Krat7. I:npr -sijed upon the attorney the u 'vs -.nity of (loinn all In hi- po wer ti nave him fro.n i:,trdl (ion. Ho r.nd returned frnm the mines at AU'inlel-1 v. lien lie was placed under arrest. "I exacted Cils." !; su!d, "liirt hard ly po n.un. 1 wjat t a -Kiifo my frlcndH nnd a-.mclalcs her. that I have ftil! ro:ijldeico of mining out of thl rr.ntrr all r'ghl. "1 have asked my lawyer to spare no expense to keep me in thin coun try" Charlea Carroll, also lately n cifUen of St.. l.ouls and now a partner of Krat:: in the ownership of mines nt AlmnlUiCo, added that he didn't pro p...

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. — 29 October 1903

JALKbUiN ilcKALU. REPUBLICAN IN POLITICS. B. r. LUSK...... ....... ..Publisher - Entered at the pontofllce at Jack, on. Mo, erond-clss matter No vember i, 1897. PHONES: Office Residence 14S 142 Terms (or the llorald are as follows: Tor one year 11.00 Ix months ." SO Three months .' .30 Advertising Rates: locals 6c per line each insertion. Profeslonal Card l per year. Legal Advertisements legal rates. Display ad. rates made known on application. THE MARKET REPORT. X Summarized Report Covering the Prevailing Conditions. GRAIN St. Louis. Wrsat No. S red SO No. 3 red 7' " No. 2 hard SO " No. J hard 79 Cobs No. 2 mixed 43 X " No. 3 mixed fiH " No. S yellow 43S " No. S yellow 4.1 " No. 2 while 4a " No. 3 white 42 ' Oats -No. 3 mixed S7' No. 3 mixed 38 " No. 2 white 39 '4' " No. 4 white ..3f Bva-No. 2 54 Chicago. WiiKAl No. 2 spring M " No. 3 spring 84 " No 2 red 83 Porn No. 2 44fi No. 2 yellow 48 Oats No. 2 " No. 2 white 38. ' " No. 3 white 38 RrNo. 2 AO Bari kv I'alr to ehoioe malting. ....

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 29 October 1903

THAT GIRL of JOHNSON S Enter.a ArroMinf M Act of Concrni In th Year lKt t, Sirrci ft Smlih. I. it.. Olhc. of th. Libt.riu .( Cmrtifc .1 v..l,ln,lta. D. C. CHAPTER X. The Rttcut. The arms of the men wer brawny nil strong; Orwn was light In weight and lltho as a tiger; tho rope ran out rloly and steadily, slid out anil down over the sharp edge of the chasm here tho grasses were long and hid the sharp cut Into emptiness, making a treacherous foothold. Suddenly the rope stopped running, grew slat-It, and Green's voice came up Ic a about. Thus silence reigned again save for the rain and wind. Moments passed; to the girl stand ing back motionless the moments seemed like hours. Her eyes did not move from the edge where the rope ran over, drcen called again, and they organ to pull the rope. Dolores eyes widened aa she watched them; her lips were apart, a fluch on her cheeks. Tho mist grew more thick and dense, stealing up and tip until It reached the edge of the rham. H stole about tho men ...

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. — 29 October 1903

A j IC gN E OF BEAUTY Tht Lovilliil English County VALLEY OF JKASJMJR India' Moat Daltghtful Spot SPECIAL CORRE8PONDENCE No county In England Is more beau tlflil than Warwickshire, or -contains n-.'.rc cel-binted towns and castle. It I ! 'hi dorn'ilii. lying In t!ie h'-ai t ( f fir: land, and everywhere !'! !:;. (.ro.it hUlcrifl lnt;?rc.-t ni'd '!-it: C:-e i I'., - f.m"!tt rnioKi in V.'sr t". .:r: I.famlM ;!.m. the cde I'T. -H K. .i. it ft ini't'i fr. inc:it"d by l:iv;.;. ' -i r-r.-fit of in l-.eal.ng r.:ia- Old Mill. Warwick Cattle. i pal sp.ingn, and in ulso a convenient stopping place fur sightseers who wish to . isit th famous castles utid towns !n the vicinity. 1 a.r.l!:(.:'"!i I an ancient town und I a ' i:i early di's through many xieiss.tml'i In (In- oi l book of rec ords, 'iill-il tin- "Dno;ii.il.iy Hook," is 1i.in.ii :!: arl!.v--.t incut Ion of Ihe place. Here, in tin year MSG. It 'it iccor.icii as a iiK.'imr, owui'd !iy one of . Wnrwi.i; family. After tl.u t r..i it pa-.-...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 29 October 1903

life 'L I HARD TO BEAR 111 J. W. Walls, Super intendent of Streets of Lebanon, Ky., living on East Main ttreet. In that city, stys: "Willi my nightly rent broken, owing to Irregularities of the kidneys! mfforltiR lntenely from severe pains In the small of my back and through Ihe kidneys, and annoyed by painful pannages of abnormal Kecrotlrma, lira wast anything but pleawant for mo. No amount of doctoring relieved this ren dition, and for the reason that nullilng acemetl to give mo even tompnrarr re lief I became about discouraged. One day I noticed In the newnpapers the case of ft man who was afflicted as I aa and was cured by the tine of 'Joan's Kidney puis, m, wordi of praise for thin remedy were so sincere that on the strength of his statement I went to the Hugh Murrey Drug Co.'s store and got a box. 1 found that the medicine was exactly as powerful a kidney remedy aa represented. 1 ex perienced quick and lasting relief. Moan's Kidney Pills will prove a bless ing to all sufferers...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 29 October 1903

Jackson Herald. BUTtfBMCAH IN POMTIC8. , ' B. F. LUSK. ..11'RI.IKHEH .. Kutervc at th. pfMtofftfr. at Jncknnn, Mo., km .mfli!la(w mikttor November 4. 1HV7. Ofllre . . Seal Id.noe,, 14 142 Terms for tbe IIkkai.d are an fol nws: Tot one year 1 1.00 Six month it fiO 1 hrei mnntht. 30 ArvnnT!MN ItAtr.a: LncnW fie per lino each Itiwrtlnn. Prol'oMRlonnl Card 5 pnr ypur. L c il Advprtle Bionfi Irjral rate. I)iH)lny Ad rate nuide known on njjpllcnt.liin. Organization is neoenaary for Tun people can be trusted In politics an in nil other matters. An extra ei-skin of oonpreRS has been called ftr November 9 to consider the Cuban reciprosity tivaty. IvKPL'Bi.ican success can be achieved in but ono way and that is for every Republican to bo governed by the majority. If we can get a fair count of ballots cast in SSt. Louis, St. Joseph and Kansas City Die Republicans will carry Missouri in 1W4. VVk have our preference among Republicans but you can't put up a county ticket of Republicans in li04 in...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 5 November 1903

ti. - If 41 'j:t '1 i' ; . .'js.ii Tme Jackson Helsalid), tf. F. LUSK, Editor. IN THE INTEREST OF THE PEOPLE AND THE REPUBLICAN PARTY. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR IN ADVANCE VOL. VI. JACKSON. MISSOURI. THURSDAY. NOVEM1JKR 5. 1903. NO. 52 lUb-1 ORES 1.0 Ten Big Stores in One. I DRY GOODS S1IOKS . CLOTHING HATS s MILLLNICIIY You ran gt all you need while in our Louse. Hy a special arrangement we will (beginning at once) well Thebest granulated Sugar at $5.00 per 100 pounds or J0 pounds for $1.00 Star Tobacco 40c per pound We will pay t!.s money back for any of ths above not first-class. Wo also sell toilet Soap lc a cake Good roasted CoiTee 10c a pound Lard 8 and Uc per pound Rest Calico 4c and 5c per vard I JACKSON STORE COMPANY THE PLACE WHERE YOUR DOLLAR GOES THE FARTHEST CASH FOR PRODUCE L () C A L S Wheat 80c. to-day. County court met in rjgular session Monday. Rubbers with heavy rolled edge sole at Bruening '& Kerst- . ner Dry Goods Co. W. II. Miller is in St. Louis! this week on bu...

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. — 5 November 1903

Missouri SUPREME COURT CASES. Some Important Decision Expected to Be Handed Down thie Week. '. 'Jefferson City, Mo.: The Missouri State Supreme Court met in banc Monday, anil quite a cumber of Inter esting cases are to bn disposed of during the term. Among tbcra Is the one which seeks to oust Judge Asbury Bnrkhead from the circuit Judgeship by quo warranto proceedings. The foundation for the Initllutlon of this cult is the allegation that Judge Burk bead secured the nomination by a vio lation of the corrupt practice act. charging him with having placed a large sum of money up as a wager against the nomination, the bet to be determined by cutting cards, and that there were several ''cuts" before a de cision was reached, the parties not agreeing until the man on the other end drew the high card and took the money, alleged to be $ t .375. Another case is that against the St. Ixuls Hoard of Election Commission ers, who aro required to show cause why they should nr.t lie adjudged to be I...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 5 November 1903

Hopes to Solve Labor Problems Citizens' Industrial Association Fully Organized , Chicago: With the election of D. M. Psrry of Indianapolis as Its presi dent, the formation of the Citizen's Industrial Association of America was completed Friday nlfihf. Hie organisation Is national In scopo nnd Includes representative manufac turers, tradesmen, other employer of llor, local general organizations and citizens' alliances, having am ing other things ait Its object the dealing with the labor problem In all its phasei. Delegates from 6" cities, from Han Kranclwo to New York, InelodLig sev eral In Canada, were pres-nt at tho convention, and at the (unci iding ses sion all details of the plan of carrying (in and extending the work of the or ganization were completed. Other cffcjis wore elect d as fol lows: J. 0. Craig of Denver, In ad of the Colorado State and Denver Citi zens' Alliance, first vice president; K. M. McCleary of the National Eleo trkil Contractors' Association. De troit, .seco...

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. — 5 November 1903

JACKSON HERALD. REPUBLICAN IN POLITICS. , a r. LUSK.. ......Publisher Entered at the postoffice at Jack. , ton, Mo., a second-class ma(tr No vember 4, 1897. v PHONES:' Office 14? Residence 142 Term, for the Herald are aa follows: Tor one year $1.00 Blx months...!... CO Three month jo Advertising Rates: Locals 6o per line earn Insertion. Professional Card S per year. Legal Advertisements- legal rates. Display ad. rates made known on application. .THE MARKETREPORT. ,'A Summarlicd Report Covering the Prevailing Conditions. CHAIN St. Loula. IViir.AT No. '' red K'i " No. 3 red " No. i hard SO " No. 3 hnnl 7!t )Cohn- No. a mixed IU " No. .') mixed 41 " No. i yellow 4 ' No. 3 yellow 41',' " No. 2 white 42 ' i " No. 3 white 41 S UT8-No. 2 mixed :ttv " No. .1 mixed 31'.; " No. 'J white :is'i, No. 4 white .'I.V, Rye-No. - 54 Chicago. Viikat No. 'J sprinir '., fl " No. 3 spring f l No 2 ml S'J' ICOKN No. 2 41 " No., 3 yellow 44' jOals ,u. '.' . 3.'. f " No. whit.- 3i " No. 3 white 37' 'JU k No...

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. — 5 November 1903

-ll THAT GIRL of JOHNSON'S Vy JEA.J K.A.TE LVBLVM. Aulktr "At a Cttl'i Una ite. Eoltrfd Accor.llnt la Act of Contrm In tht Ve.r moo h; Smh ft Siuiih la lh Ollic. of th. Libruiu el Cantreii, .1 W.fUiniton. D. C. CHAPTER XLContinued. 1 hope so," replied one of the doc tori gravely. "It U t severe caw." "Yea." young Oreen said. A fur row of thought Appeared on his fore hftil. He itood silent a moment, his blue eyes meeting the black onea of lite doctor, squareiy, as iiiouku ub lfould we down Into his very soul, rfhrn he paused from tho room, noise closliiK the door behind him. For a moment he stood behind Dolores poring over the books In th Are light. She neither heard nor saw him; the was tracing out one of the con ttellations on the map before her, her lips were ported as though she was mlllDg. The face of the watcher un derwent many changes In the short minute he stood there in the flickering light and darkness behind ber chair; then ho turned silently away and pass ed out of the ro...

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. — 5 November 1903

IN HAPPY FLORENCE Cinisr of "Qtrain of Eat opt" GAYETY IN ANTWERP Klrmtti Tim a Scono of Jollity n 111 (SPECIAL OORRC8PONOCNO ) IBPCOIAL CORRC8PONDCNOCI II Several years ago the so-called klr tness was a popular form Of entertain ment in America. Young and old par ticipated in the festival, and. dressed an Dutch peasant, we sang and dan ced, played Dutch nam en and supposed ourselves to be following the Dutch customs. It may be that In villages the klrmes I celebrated in this fash Inn hm in the larger towns ami cities t.f Belgium and Holland the fete bear tVva v,---L-r rrt';,f.r; ( ? - - - i - - - - - - - Statue of lint tin- ;:-;!.' -it rcHi'tnblu'ice to our i'i'iri'Hi'ii';r:uii of It. It as tlm writer's good fortune to be in Antwerp il'H inn Kirmess time, mid tli" e Ii'lirat ion there was very (hiii '.f on- own l-'onitli of July, w till the exception that Instead of last 1 111; wil t ).;, r up for 11 whole week. Th-re ' H concerts, parades, gym nastic evt.il itinns ami horse races ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 5 November 1903

I NEW FA8T TRAIN TO TEXAS Via Iron Mountain Rout. Leaving St. Lenin 8:. 10 a. tn. for point In Texai and the Southwest. Direct connection ' with trains from North nrt East. In addition to this the Iron Mountain Home have three other tralna to Texas, leaving Rt. l.oul 2 21 p. m., 8: tO p. m. and 3:05 a. m. ThrouRh Pullman sleepers, din ing car" au1 leBant chair cam. Twelve hnura Raved to California. Fsstest achedtilfs to Texan. Tourist tickets on sale the year round. Write ny agent of Iron Mountain Route, or H, C. Townseml, perioral uasxenKcr and ticket asent. fit Umts. 1 New Name for United Ststet. ' Hurr Goldberger, the Uerman com mercial privy councilor, who spent about tight months in tho United States, returning In June, will soon lieRln the publication of a scili-s of urtirles on American economic nlTairt under the title of "The Lund of Un liinittd Possibilities." Oo Your Clothes Look Yellow? Ttien us Dtllsnrw Btarcb. It Will kef thm while 10 os. for 10 rtuti. Family Has Unique...

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. — 5 November 1903

tit. el ;: t 1 . m 3 Pi Jackson IIeuald. Itri'UBMCAM IN rOLITICBi 11. K.LUSK.. 1'1'HMHIIKK Knlrtc t the ixsMolllrfe m Jirkwin, Mo., at :inlc)niiii outlier NoYeiuUi'f 4. INV7. (XtVo lieiiliii-we 1 Terms fur tliu JlmiAi.n uru un fnl lows.: For onp yrar l.oo month fio 1 lireo. months 30 AnveirnsiNu Uatkh: LoenU He per liii" eiie.li Jnnertlnn. J'rofiisinmil Carrl " per yeitr. Li-g:il Advertlso-iih-hm -!i tc.il rnti-s. I is;!ny ml rnt" niudv' KiK'Vli eli npiitlgittl'.'U. JACKSON, MO., NOV. 190.!. Lou Dillon trotted a rr.ilo in l:5Si at Memphis hiHt week. Will Cape County Repub lican in VMi? O yen, by throe hundred majority. The Ntrike of the cxpretw em ployees is over and bu.tinoHs is movinp nlone as usual. Fifty Ve:rs 2fc3 .. Vi ' A 7 ? eVTifT ' Improves f ha "dvoi' and adds to iha hsalthM'iess ci the food. pmoi bakino pomocm co. CM'CJ-k'30 Iti-Ht diHphiy of preserve, five kinds' picture I 50 05 i'Hi display cut nnturnl flowers ....bread cheeks 1 IK) 65 licit dlkphiy of artificial flowe...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 12 November 1903

The Jackson Hekalid), F. LUSK, Editor. IN THE INTEREST OF THE I'EOI'LE AND THE REPUBLICAN PARTY. ONE HOLLAR PER YEAR IN APVANl'E VOL. VII. JACKSON. MISSOURI, THURSDAY. NOVKM1JI2U 12.1903. i0. 1 L O C A L S Wheat 80c. to-day. Miss Winnie Jones is visiting In St. Louis for a few weeks. If you attend the farmers' in Htituto here to-morrow and Sat urday you can get your dinner nt the Commercial hotel each day for 25 cents. Buy your guns and ammuni tion at Jackson Store Co. Mr. Chas. Rodwdl of Applcton presented the Hf.rai.d office with a fine citron last Saturday. A dollar saved in a dollar earned. Huv men's Hoves Hfi 0... Jackson Store Co. Rev. A. T. Osbron preached a very appropriate sermon to the pupils of the J. M. A. Sunday morning. Rubbers with heavy rolled edge solo at Bruening A Kerst ner Dry Goods Co. The J. M. A. foot ball team played the Curleton Tigers last Friday and defeated them by a score of 0 to 0. Watches cleaned. Toe;- clocks Cleaned, We; by L. II Durilap - I at Talle...

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. — 12 November 1903

V) 11! li! ! si i M 5 '3 ; if;; IS': 5): k, t e ciy itf h o ' ' si' i! i n t. Missouri Doings rflL 7b Connect St. Louis and Kansas 8t. Louis, Mo.: W. H. Moore, pres ident of tha National Good Roads As sociation, hag just completed plans fur the coiiRtructlon of a magnificent State road, 375 mile in length, con necting 8t. Ixmls and Kansas City, and a number of principal Interme diate cities and towns. Mr. Moore, in whose mlud the gigan tic scheme had Its inception about two years ago, said Saturday that the Na tional Good Roads Association wan heartily In favor of the. project, and would lend Its assistance toward tho building of a road such as ts plnnnod. Threo routes aro suggested, and the counties through which each of them pass have already been canvassed, and In all of these localities great Interest lias been manifested In the Idea. A right of way through the various coun ties along tho route, and a guarantee from these counties that each will keep the proposed highway In good...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 12 November 1903

.Arhansans Lynch a White Man Hang Htm from Telegraph Pole t BrlnHley Drlnkloy, Ark.: , Early Sunday morning mob stormed the Jail in this city and took Zallle C. Cadlo, the slayer of Policeman J. C. Cox, outside, where he was shot to death, and his body afterward hanged from a tele graph pole. Cadle and Charles Simons, farmers, were In the city Saturday, and becom ing noisy on the street about 6 o'clock in the evening were approached by Policeman Cox, who endeavored to persuade them to Ret In their wagon and go home and thus avoid arrest. While thvis engaged Cadlo struck the officer in the neck with a knire, in flicting a wound which caused hi death shortly after 1 o'clock Sunday morning. Cadlo and Simons were Immediate ly arrested, hastened to the lock. up and placed In separate cells. Sunday morning about 2 o'clock a squad of from five to ten men visited the pris on, forced open the outer door, broke the cell lock and speedily wreaked bloody vongeanco upon Cadle. Simons, who was in...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 12 November 1903

JACKSON HERALD.! REPUBLICAN IN POLITICS. B. F. LUSK Publisher Ent(?rod at the postofflco at Jack, on,. Mo., as seeoud-class niuUer No vember 4, 18s7. fiiones: Office .US Residence 142 Term for too IleralJ arc as follows: For cne yenr $1.00 Six months SO Three months . 30 Advertising Itntcs: Locals Cc per line each Insertion. I'rofe.sional Card 16 per year. LoraI Advertisements- legal rates. Display ad. rates made known on application. THE MARKET REPORT. A Summarized Report Covering the Prevailing Condition. GRAIN St. Louis. Wheat Xo. s red h,; " No. 3 rril 8(1 " No. 2 hard H ' No. 3 hard 77 Conx No. 3 mixed 41 " No. 3 mixed AV-i " No. U yellow 43 " No. 3 yellow 42 " No. 2 white 43 " . No. 3 white 4-" Jats No. S mixed .'1H " No. 3 mixed 37 " No. 2 white 3'J'i ' No. 4 will to 37 " IlVE No. 8 M.S Chicago. AVnKAT No. 5 upriiiff S3 " No. 3 Rpriiitf HO1, " No. .-, red C0' t'on.N No. a 44!4 " No. 'i yellow 43. 4 Oats No, . 30 " No. 2 white 3.", No. 8 white 3H II Y it No. 2 fi'i IUiilkv -Fa...

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