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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 26 November 1903

SUPPLEMENT TO JACKSON HERALD. THE VOLUMK VII. JACKSON, MISSOl'IU, THURSDAY, NOVKMBKU 20, UH. NUMKKU3. '1 V Coming Stoddard. It is .'ni-niirnpnjr to t.arn Hint Stmlilaril county people, lire (! tennirieil tn have ii new county court limine, ami that it is their intention to lurild the host one in Southeast Missouri. icl why not? That is one of tli" larked, riehef.t in id liest ''unties of thi section. It will soon he the most populous. Jt taxable wealth will soon he five millions of dollars. It is threaded with a network of railroads and in.. re are trying to tot in there every year. WnaL would he the expenditure 01' .To.fHC) or iSKxi (iOO be to Stod dard enmity? iMmklin county built and lin ished its court house and paid for it in three years, and no one fell the burden. Stoddard county should build a. new court house and a ifood one, and it should if possible do it next year. Thousands of World's fair vis itors are i;oin to take a look through Southeast Missouri in l'.iitl. liiipro...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 26 November 1903

1 From Frultland. Li com Snic Mat. Wm the E. Cap M dora Cou men of tl to p next a p tron a bi Ex. him as t Wit in j opp Notice. There will be an election of of ficers of Kxcelsior Lodge No 441, A. P. A A. M., at their hall on Thursday, night Dee. 10, l!K).'j. All members are requested to be present. By order of VV. M. 11. L. I lOKKM K1STKR, See'. Ossian Martin, who pot his hand mashed in a corn shredder some time ago, is getting along very slowly and is not yet out of danger. Most every one from this neighborhood attended the insti tute. Kach one, I believe, came Rev. Irl R. Hicks looAlmana.. Lomt thing good to eat, until 110 home well pleased and well paid for attending it. We still have the railroad eon tractors with us, yet it seems as though it takes a long time, but I tell you there has been a sight of dirt moved since the hands commenced work. It is a very uommon thing to see a horse or team get tangled up in the har ness and fall down. On Monday morning while a Daniels boy. T...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 3 December 1903

I- Time Jackson Mekald) -M7T-' i .: J3. F. LUSK, Kditor. IN THE INTEREST UK THE J'EOl'Lfi AM) THE ttEI'UliLICAN PARTY. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR IN APVAKCK VOL. VII. JACKSON, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, DKCEMHKIl 3, 11)03. NO. 4 L O C A L 8 Wheat 80e. to-day. R. M. McCombs is in St. Louis this week. Tor fine taffy candy call on J. L. Sibley. Mrs. D. B. Seibert went to Kt. Louis Monday. Home made candy, the very best, ut Sibley's restaurant. Chaa. Behrens went to St. Louis Monday. Watches cleaned, 7oc; clocks',,. , . ... , . , , , , ' , iWaverly Biggs ut the J. M. A. cleaned, 50c; by L. II. Dunlap , t.ni ht at Tallent's barber shop. I ... , , . J See that line, of overcoats at Judge Joseph Koehler returned ,-,, , . , , , Miltenberger 3 from $3.00 up to from St. Louis last week. I0.0 nr. ' A full line of men's and boys'; , . .. . , ,. . ,. . , Mr. J- A. Horrell occupies the lined and unlined cloves from' , , ... . ... V . 2oc. up. O. Miltenbergcr A Co rronate juuge .j. n. .Miner nau ; business in L...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 3 December 1903

MORMONS BUY JAIL IN WHICH JOSEPH SMITH WAS KILLED Missouri Doing's Have Doubled Product of the Missouri Cow Members of State Dairy Association Have Accomplished Wonders State Meet at Clinton Columbia, Mo.: At the annual meet In;; of the Missouri Statu 1 to try Aswi elation which will bo held Id Clinton, Kt-nry County. Mo., December 8. 9 and 10, Prof. C. H. Eekles, of Columbia, secretary of tho association, will pre iient figures showing that although tho yearly product of the average Missouri milch cow Is about $.'!0, the dairy rows belonging to members of the AbsocIb tlon will produce and do produce an nually, milk and butter amounting to over $ti0. It Is believed that the Increased pro duetion of the rows belonging to Dairy Association memliors Is due to the dis cussions of Improved dairying methods at the annual meetings. In order to encourage a largo attend ance at this year's meeting special prizes amounting to $250 will be of fered for exhibits of butter Hnd cheese. A rate of ...

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

STANDARD OIL COMPANY DECLINESTO ANSWER. Trust Will Tent The Power of the De part me nt of Commerce and Labor. Washington; The Standard Oil Com pany has refused absolutely to answer l lift of perfunctory qttCHtionH pro pounded to It by Commissioner James A. Garfield of tlw Bureau of Corpora tions In the Deportment of Commerce and Labor, and. ai a result, an Issue hat been raised between the depart ment and the t ompuny, which. If It goes Into the courts, will determine for all time win' power the depart ment has to regulato the trusts. The attitude of the company Ih said to have been taken deliberately for the purpose of testing the power of the department. As a part of iho organization of the Department of Commerce, the Com missioner Ur.ji s. tit out a list of ques tion to a" tb" an called trusts In the country covering their capitalization and other flivi;:clal Items. All of the truMs have replied to the Commission er save the ;-1tar.;!nrd Oil Company, which has refit -ed to answer...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 3 December 1903

V 1. 1 i n I. i JACKSON HERaLD. REPUBLICAN IN POLITICS. B. r. LUSK Publisher Entered at tbe postomee at Jack, on, Mo., second claas matter No vember 4, 1897. PHONES: Offlca 14S Residence 142 Terms for the Herald are as follow: For one year 11.00 Six months 50 Three months 3U Advertising Hates: locals 6c per line each Insertion. Profestonal Card IB per year. Igal Advertisements legal rates. Display ad. rates made known on application. THE MARKET REPORT. A Summarized Report Covering Prevailing Conditions. GRAIN St. Louis. the Wiikat No. 2 rod Wi " No. 3 rc.l i " No. 2 hard Ttt ' No. 3 hard 70 Corn No. 2 mixed 4'J " No. .'I mixed 41 " No. 2 .vellow 4::'; " No. 1 vellow 4.1 . " No. 'J white 4.' No. .1 white 41 flATt No. 2 mixed 1(7 l. " No. 3 mixed V'-; " No. 2 white 40 " No. 4 while .17 IIVK No. 2 t.2 Chicago. WiiK.tr- No. 2 sprinir " No. : spring " No 2 rcil Cokn -No. v " No. 2 yellow Oats - No. No. 2 white " No. 3 white I V K - N.I. 3 JlAM.r i 1-uir to choice tnultliiK . . Kansas Cit...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 3 December 1903

THAT GIRL of JOHNSON'S "By JEA.fi KA.TC LWLVM. Author tf "At a Ctrl' M,rn." Ett. Battrcit Aecordll.1 to Art nf ColurMH la lb Vnf " ft SlI1lh. In tha ()ll,c of lb. L.br.rUn of Coniieti. .t w.shmiinm. U. r. CHAPTER XVII. CHAPTER .VI. watched her never miii sin) seldom 'Man Proposes; God Disposes." Johnson did not die; that be lived through the terrible strain upon lila vitality allowed that lie had an Iron constitution, the doctors said; but tha men at tho tavern shool. their heads over It, and looked meaningly nt carh other. Thoy had their own opinion of the matter; perhaps they knew mere than the doctors did; tiio wine men might open their eyes In amazement should they choose to tell their sus picions. Johnson was kept under tho influence of opiates for three days and nights; he was not left alono one mo ment; they fed him on Mrs. Allen's beef tea and drinks, and cared fur him as thouKh he were a baby, the men said In half whispers him, with mus cles like Iron and cords like an ox. ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 3 December 1903

mm 1 W. X. (Special Correspondence.) A rerent investigation Into tho growth of Roman Catholic monastic establishments In England revealed the fact that a very steady, yet almost unnoticed Increase ha been taking place during tho last year or so. Where tho newcomers do not build fresh house they settle In monas teries plrondy established. Dotted about in the country districts of Eng. The Parkmlnster !; . . . :: ! i.f ( I .iv. t monaster: I't'Killy in the counties Devon and Essex, are the of various order of monks Tlio tnonls themselves nre seldom riKf with, even In the neigh borhood of (heir homes, for they re main much within doors, and gd about very quietly, secMnit. as far a possi ble, to avoid observation. In many eases, nr.'! this is so In several In stances where monasteries have been established recently, they have even gone so far, when a new building has had to be erected, as to havo It artl lleially decorated, to look to the passer-by a If It had been In Its posi tion for y...

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

Miss Rose Peterson. Secre. tary Parkdale Tennis Club, Chi cago, from experience advises all young girls who have pains and sickness peculiar to their sex, to use Lydia E. Pinkhara's Vege table Compound. How many beautiful young girU de velop into worn, listless and hopeless women, simply because sufficient atten tion has not been paid to their physical development. No woman la exempt from physical weakness and perlodio pain, and young girls Just budding- into womanhood should be carefully guided physically as well as morally. Another woman, Miss Hannah E. Mcrshon, Col-ling-H wood, N.J., says i " I thought I would write and tell you that, by following your kind ad vice, I feci like a new person. I was always thin and delicate, and so weak that I could hardly do anything. Men struation was irregular. "I tried a bottle of your Vegetable Compound and began to feel better right away. I continued its use, and am now well and strong, and men struate regularly. I cannot say enough for what ...

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

i" "! 5 1 n t i ; .4 r ! i . i I i . II; ! i i Jackson 11i:kal.. HBl-URLICAN IM FOLITlCi. II K. LIISK I'l'M.INIIKH Frame nt t lir pimtofHro at .Inrkurm, Mo., aa DMcoudM'jHM mailer Novt'iiilwr 4, IHV7. r)l' .... KV-Mn- 14 112 Term, tor Hit! Hkkai.d ure an fol low: KWono ynir I t.oo fill IIIOIIt.llH .M 1 lireti nioiiMiN ..Id' VVAJfff' County will vote on local lA'Jrtoii Doc. lit. TilK Demur-ratio udvieo, "Vote tier Hlniinlit," in tho kind fur Re publican nf KrOl to heed. llAWKH quehliohtt I'-irlk'H Dem ocracy, hut the country Detn o'TBlri lire fir l-'olk nl all hazardH. Somkonk lias irtctit.ii med 1'red M. Kien ns Reprenentativo mi the Republican ticket in this county in lfXM. Missoriti has carried Ml out of the 111 couut'cM Tor It -.) I option, leaving only .'to counties in which there are saloon. A M A.li'ltt TY of the counties in Texas have voted local option and hy mutual iiiveiuetii the Haloous will he allowed to run till January 1, 1 i J , and after that the entire Mate of Texas...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 10 December 1903

hi Wru Etherldgu Juntljot ''il THE JagkIn B. F. LUSK, Editor. VOL. VII. aeLali'.. i" 1 IN THE INTEREST OF THE i'EOPLE AND THE REPUBLICAN PARTY. JACKSON MISSOURI TIIUltSDAY. DKCEMHKll 10. 1903. no. : Heralds.- L O C A L S Wheat 82t to-day. Rev. C. . Latham was iuthei, . u. ,, .. i..... c I fil Hoimi s Drnir .Store. Cape last Sunday For fine taffy candy call on J. L. Sibley. S. A . Brown pays 23 cents for eggs. Joseph Rapp of Oak Ridge will probable locate in the Cape. Shetland floss 75c a box at Jackson Store Co. L. M. Bean went to Benton Monday to do some surveying. See that elegant Christinas tree at Meier Bros'. Hunter Byrd of Byrds, Dunk- lin county, is in Jackson f.r a few days. IT,. ... . . 1 l. .1 jiuiuu mime runny, uie very 1 . 1 CM.I ...... i I oesi, Ul muiey s restaurant. ; Kelso is to have a new bank. 1 Lee Albert of the Cape will be its """ ! Keep an eye on Jackson Store Co. if you want holiday iroods ' cheaP- i l IIM'HH II .IHU II IINT ATIia III'-'!!! We I- T It II ..II ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 10 December 1903

f : a NOTION POST OFFICE OFFICIAL WHO PROBED DEPARTMENT FRAUDS Missouri Doings KILLING FOLLOWS A GIRL SUICIDE Emll Meyer X Shot to Death by T. 0. Dunton at Bedalla. Befnlla, Mo.: Emit Meyer, a con ductor on the Sedelia Electric Hallway, wan ahot to death Sunday afternoon at hie home on West Main afreet, by Prank C. Dunton, father of Delay Dun ton, a Klrl who committed suicide on Aug. 29 because Meyer was about to marry another woman. Dunton returned home Saturday night from Vlnlta, I. T., where he had been working In a mill, and learned for the first time of hi daughter's tragic death. In company with hla wife he attend ed religions services at the KaHt Broad way Christian Church Sunday morn ing, and after dinner he went to the Meyer home, where the shooting oc curred. Dunton called the conductor outside; the house, explaining that he had some private business with him. He asked the conductor to go to the rear of the premises with hltn. When they had gone a short distance from the h...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 10 December 1903

SPEAKER CANNON CALLS IT "TALK." Oivea Homely Nm to What Mem ber 8tyUd "Debate." Washington: The House, after bo ing In session for a little more than an hour Tuesday, adjourned until Frl nay. Thn time was chiefly consumed In a tariff debate. When Mr. Payne had offered the motion to adjourn Mr. WIIIIaniH. tin- minority leader, suggested that they would like about thirty minutes on a tilde for debate, whereupon Mr. Payne asked the con tent of the Home. The Speaker, an nouncing the request . en Id: "The gentleman from New York, at tlit suggestion of the gentleman from MisFitslppl, ask unanimous consent that there ho thirty minutes' talk on a Hide." In terming it a ' talk" instead of de bate, the Speaker evoked laughter from both hI.Iim of the Housp. Vr. De Armond (I)ein.) of Missouri, in humorous vein, rrltlel.od the ma rltv. while Mr. Williams of MIbsIh m, i and Mr. Gaines of Tennessee, dwelt, on the tralff policy of the Re publicans. Alphonte-Gsston Play. He amused the I Ion dp for t...

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. — 10 December 1903

' b . Vtf :.! .it k ' V'C v h o ! II fl' ,!i t t i ! a ! . o n . I b . t B: l 1 ( . v' o' ' V e' '' ': t 1 i : '1 i 'Ifl i : - i ! : r. rli' 1 P V"-,' 1 1 ...... JACKSON HERALD. . REPUBLICAN IN POLITICS. B. F. LUSK Publisher Entered at the postofllce at Jack on. Mo., aa second-class matter No vember 4, 1897. PHONK3: Offlcs US Residence 142 Terms for tlie Herald are ai follows: Tor one year $1.00 Is month SO Three months JO Advertising Kates: Local 6c per line each Insertion. Profeslonal Card 14 per year. Legal Advertisements legal rates. Display ad. rates made known on application. THE MARKET REPORT. A Summarized Report Covering 4 Prevailing Condition. GRAIN the 8t. Louis. Whkat No. S red :!! No. 3 red BS " No. L hard 77 ! " No. 3 hard 7fl Cons No. !i mixed 43 SJ " No. :i mixed 41 " No. 1 yellow 4)"4' " No. 3 yellow 41 " No. 2 whit.- 4:i " No. .'I white 43 Oat No. 2 mi. veil : 3S " No. 3 mixed 30? " No. 2 white 40 " No. 4 white 37S Rvk No. 2 52; Chicago. Wiika r No. No. No 2 spring....

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 10 December 1903

ft THAT GIRL of JOHNSON'S "By JEA.J4 JCA TC LXDLVM. Enlerrd Arcor.lini lo Act of Contra, In th. Y,.ir iy S(r,,t ft la th. oat. ol ,1,. Llbrl ol to,,,,,,. ., u- CHAPTER XVII. Continued. When the meal was over Dr. Dun wlildio arose, and, as wan Ills habit, rclurned to the house up the road to see to his patient' condition, and found that Johnson had slept tlirotiKU the night scarcely stirring, atill as a haliy. Things were nolng well to help un nl recovery; and though It would be month! before he could be ahl to get around, yet there was every hope and every reason to expect him to recover. Johnson moved and opened his eyes slowly as Dr. Dunwlddie entered the .room. Vacant, hollow eyes they were, with a stare in them which startled Dolores. Dr. Dunwlddie was at his side In stantly, but without a sign ot haste. "Ho Is used to your voice," he said to Dolores, without turning his head. "Speak to him, Miss Johnson. Say nuythiuK to him anything you are in the habit of saying." Dolores came...

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

PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE TO FIFTY-EIGHTH CONGRESS Chief Executive Recommends Passage of Important Legislation- Causes Leading to the Formation of the New Republic of Panama No Obstruction Now to the Building of the Isthmian Canal Venezuelan Dispute a Triumph for International Arbitration- Extension of Purposes of Appropriation for Enforc ing Trust and Interstate Commerce Laws Favored Public Land and Postal Frauds Need for Treaties Making Bribery Extraditable -Relations of tho Government to Capital and Labor The President Charges the Colombian Government with Acting In Bad Faith in Repudiating the Treaty Between That Country and the United States - Precedent Drought Forward to Explain the Attitude of the State Department in the Recent Crisis Country Hss Been In an Almost Constant Sjate of Turmoil lor Many Years Tho Importance of Preserving Peace in tho Isthmus Declared of Paramount Importance. t'Hsidrnt Itospvr-li'n rich ago to the K-icnd si'Brfton if the r'lfty-Hi;!ith Con .n'h it) mtb.-...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 10 December 1903

Blanaturks of ear Laariar The peacs Mreemml between (he British and Boer leaden la type written and Is probably the Drat In strument ot the kind. Louis Botha'a Denature la described aa being In a fine clerkly hand." The othere are all somewhat rougher, and Delarey'e la atated to be the roughest of all. By the way, be splits his name up lu three ayllablea. thus: de la Rey, while bis redoubtable colleague of the lato Free State sign himself Christian de Wet, also with a small "d." Inflammatory Rheumatism Cured In 3 Days, Morton L. Hill, of Lebanon. Ind., says: "My wile had Inflammatory Rheumatism in every muscle and joint; her suffering was terrible and her body and face were swollen almost beyond recognition; had been in bed lur sis weeks and had eight physicians, but received no benefit until she tried the Atys-fit- Curt for A'hrumatism. It gave imme diate relief and she was able to walk about in three days. I am sure it saved her life. ' Sold by Wholesale and Retail Uruggisis. Why ...

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

JaCKSOK iiUKALl). - RBri'nt.tOA vx mMTtc.. n F. LUSK. . 1'riii.itiiKH Knt-vr! lit I tie poMorttn Nt .t:t."i..,ifi. Mo., kt .oi-ind-i-l.s uiHtirr Nulrethli-r 4. 1M7. om.'n Kslfli'itrc... HI I Terms-for the llKKAbO HTt a-fol-1 lows: Knr imcyrHr 41 ;i Six montli , .fin 1 lin-e raon tlis .3(r , AiMn-iMiN(-H,atM:- L'ochU fit per Hn ;icli lii-M'rtlnn. I'rotettniuiiHl CJiird '",,t ypHr. Vri. Atlvnrtl--iiihm !- i I riitK.- I tiwplny mi rntrw .isiuU klw'i on Hi)liciiliiiii. ' Ai'KSON, MO. i 1K0. 10. IIHCI. TlIK Republicans rf this county will put up a ticket of good men in 1004 and will di et them. State Chaikman A kins has b'ee.i appointed assistant United States treasurer of St Louis. A vkhy vigorous local option campaign is leing made in Wayne county, which December JiJ. will be decided ; Ourt town aldermen should see that a fcidewalk is put down on the north side of West Main street from Mueller's packing house ty the wc-t bridge before winter sets in r!. lit- A Rf;puui,i.'A.n club is ab...

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

HEEMILID). ';! m A n. F. LUSK, Editor. IN THE INTEREST OFTHE PEOPLE AND THE REPUBLICAN PARTY. ONE DOLLAR PER TEAR IN AWAMh VOL. VII. JACKSON. MISSOURI, THURSDAY. DECEMBER 17.1903. M). 0 h O C A L S Wheat 82o. to-dayj Fir fine taffy candy call on J. L Sibley Alex Simmons of Oriole called on us Monday. S. VV. Drown pays 28 cents for G. F. Snider of Whitewater was transacting business in Jackson Tuesday. Presents for old and young at Grant A Elbrecht's. A. C. Poinsett and wife of Whitewater had business in Jack won Tuesday. See that elegant Christmas tree at Meier Bros'. Jas. H. Howard moved Tues day into the A C. Ford property in West Jackson. Jlome made enndy, the very best, at Sibley's restaurant. The rural free delivery mail carriers now leave at 8 o'clock instead of 11 o'clock. Gilt Clock make a nlre Xrna. prenwnt: wt also have B-iIht aim-kit at $2.25 IIuhiIIiik er Jewelry Store. Rev. Bosold is the purchaser of the only automobile in Jack son. He received it this week. Watches cle...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 17 December 1903

DESCENDANT OF MARTHA WASHINGTON A WINTER DRIDE Si WEEKLY PANORAMA Missouri Doing's GEORGE JOHNSTON IS EXONERATED. Only a Few Minute Required fay the . Jury to Acquit Him. . Eminence. Mo.: George Johnston, who was charged with the murrtr of hie little roiiMtn, liella Johnston. at Winona, Mo., last June, wan acquitted Krlilay afternoon. The Jury returned a verdict exonerating Johnston after be ing out only a few minutes. Dell Johnlouwas S year old. At the time of the murder ithe wa visit ing her cousin. On the night of the tragedy Mr. Oenrt.a Johnston u out quite late attending a lodge meeting, and Delia and Mr. Johnston retired. About midnight some one entered the room and crushed the girl' Rkull with an ax. Johnston wa arrested, but ner sistently asserted hi Innocence. No reason was ever Bet forth why nny one should break Into the house to murder an 8-year-old girl. John Ken's defense was that he had many enemies, ami the assassin probably mistook Hip child for him In the dark ness....

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