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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 17 December 1903

CONGRESS IS NOW IN REGULAR SESSION A Continued Account of the Inter esting Transactions. Washington: The recent Invi'stlga Hen Into Irnuil In the Posl Office Do pirfment whs the IihkIh of.n sharp tilt In the Si'tialo ly .Mr. Gorman and Mr. Lodge. Tuesday. Dl.-u nsfdon arose ever a motion by Mr. Lodge to refer lo the Committee on I'osi Ot'llcos the Hvol'.'tlon Introilincil by Mr. Pe-nroso locking to a Senate Investigation Into the conditions In (lie department. .Mr. Gorman Intlmnti'd Hint tlie Investljpi i i.Tn by the department linil been par tisan In character uimI huM that coun ter charges had been made- agulusi tlie nn-n wlui had ni.ide thoni. .Mr. i.odgo ilefendi-el tile department's work and declared It far more ihiiioiigh tl.tn a congressional Inipiiiy would be. The revolution went over without ue. tiein. Mr. Teller made a spe'oeh in opposltieill to Hie Cuban bill, lb' tip vi ri-'y criticised General Wood, and An lan d the bill was In tlie interest of the trusts. Mr. Olapp spo...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 17 December 1903

JACKSON HERALD. REPUBLICAN IN POLITICS. It F. LUSK.. t Publisher Entered at the postofflco at luck. eon, Mo., a second-class mutter No eamber 4, ISO". PHONES: Offlca US Residence 142 ' Terms for the Herald are aa follows: For one year $l.no Is months .50 Three months 3(1 ' Advertising Rates: tactile 6c per tin each Insertion. Profeelonal Card I IS per year. Venal Advertlscments--legal ratoa. Display ad. rates made known on application. THE MARKET REPORT. A Summarized Report Covering the Prevailing Conditions. GRAIN St. Louie. AVhka r No. 3 red .'.I'l'j ' No. 3 red ', " No. a hard ' So. 3 hard 7.'.'.; Con No. 'i mixed 43 '4 Si). 3 mixed 41 ' Xo. S yellow 43 ; " No. 3 yellow 4J'i " No. 2 While 43 No. 3 white 4-: Oat No. 3 mixed 'tT'j No. 3 ini.rl . . 3.V-1 " No. '.' hite '!'.' ' No. 4 while. IT ItTK - No. 2 Chicago. Wiinr No 3 spring. ... . Xo. 3 spring l ' No '-' red M'i i'oRS Nil. 3 41 " Nu. 2 yellow II Oath - No. 2 34, No. 3 'white 37 ' Xo. 3 white i" llTJt . 3 il tfltu ev Fair to ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 17 December 1903

THAT GIRL of JOHNSON'S 9y JEA.J K.A.T& LWDLVM. AlUktr , "At a CM'i ifrra.' tie. nnre4 Acrelin la Art ef Conctm !n th. Ymf WO h, St,, A Smith, la th. OSc. of th. LlblaiiM of Contrew. t Wm bint! on. D. C. CHAPTER XVIII. Continued. ' The deputies?" Uolores repeated lowly. The softened color and gentle expression disappeared from her face; he drew her hands away from Dora's flinging Angers; she pushed back the balr that had slipped down on her forehead. Then the deputies had been starcblog for her father. That was what those men were there for that nerolng when they stopped and asked at her where be was. And If those men of the law rsme j for him when he was not there, when every one knew that ha was not there, and Bought for him over on the oppo site mountain among Its danger, would they not come at any time for blin to prove their rase? Might they not even Insist upon taking him over to the town in spite of bis condition? Unconsciously her Angers closed over the flowers in her lap...

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

. i V , m wsmm spots IN" '1 SI y i.i. i. . lq si m iii r ' ; t ' - I? H 1 :. ft V !' i ; V v' e R o, A P 1 h 1 ; i, i 1 .. :, , ;. iv- Ij -f ! ; li I Ml I m v '( ii:-:. . v-v 'it 'fcY' r-i i . (Special Correspondence.) If t ''.. ,( lit one spot on earth on which the eyes of all Christendom have rvr been cpnlered, ami to which their hrarts hare been lrawa. It I tliri rhiiroh built ovit tho. supposed ii'o of the tomb of ottr I ord in Jeru salem. Vli':n s look hack on the his lory iif the Kepnlohor, we And that It preparatory to His burial. Many lamp and candelabra belonging to tun aev eral sects bang here, and shed a dim light on the bonded forma of pilgrims tosrfully kissing the marble slsb. The ane'ent atone Is hidden underneath the marhtft one, ho that the devotion of the pilgrim may not wear It out. Near by arc the chapels of Molohlze- tmvm I Pilgrim In Bethlehem on Christmas Ca: I WW V I: I!... i. i.',. in :i - ,'!i-: II'. . ; ::i li. I i-ii !": '!:' As v.,- tr::i'i I w i' ii blo...

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

ANOTHER LIFE SAVED. Mr. O. W. Kookg of Sails Iniry, Md., wife . of O. W. Kooks. sheriff S3VrTy. T,B .OIIUI. SSVS: "I s u IT e r e d with kidney rouiplalnt for tight t 1 1. It camu on mi gradually. I roll li red and aeak.'was hori of hreith sad n troubled with bloating after atiug. unrt my 1 1 in lis wore badly swollen. Ouo doctor told in It would Dually (urn to I) right's dlsa-ase. I was laid up at one time fur three week. I had not taken Duett's KidDuy Pills more than three days wni.-u the dis tressing nclilos acini my hack dis appeared and later all tbv other symp toms left mo.'' Kor sale hy all druggist. Price SO renin dot ho. Kostvr -Mllbura Co., Buffalo, ?, f. A Veteran Peanut Vender. 1'atrkk T. Kaonea'.ly believes him self to he tbe oldest pnanut rendet among New England sumraor resorts He celebrated the twenty fifth anni versary of his hi-ginnlng bmlners at Salem Willows July lu, and ilurlni that time he has aold JS.UOli bushels ol prai.uts In pin baa: matting 00,W( bats in a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 17 December 1903

v 9 Jackson Herald. I nffy Yi:rt Ka sudsnf "IT" S . tit- mvi. t .M III! 'f w. If ; Hi : ! : 1 t '- i mi mi ifc ST4 1 :.1 .rVHUMIMI hntarcc tt Ih. pmtnfllr ftt JftckMin, Mo. M ..cood-ciaa. iunttr Kummber 4. 197. 14 ntOon' t Term for the Hkiuld are ffl- ,Kur noypHr 1 1.00 . iM month 60 1 hrue month 30 A nvnwTisi no Ratks: Loc-bIh c tnr i fin- t-Rch InNprtlnn. rrof(Nt'innl Curd il r yeHP. L-fnl Aclvertl-c-tent l if il nite". liplny ud rules timdc knuwtion application. K'KMIX, MO , 1;KC. 17. 1W0. Ed Bitler, tho St. Louis bond lor, has been released by the su preme court. The next National Republican . ;. I... I.. .1.1 : fU:.,.,. COH VCIIW'.'II Will UOII--LU III lilV..fcV on Jun 21, 1!X)4. Kuhu Hoot, secretary of war, may be chosen chairman of the National Republican convention if Senator Hanna refuses to, serve. ' I An early state convention is suggested by many leading Re publicans of Missouri. An early convention or primary is the thing for Cape county. The Democratic national con ven...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 24 December 1903

InlElgALO). " fc. F. LUSK, Editor. VOL. VII; LOCALS Wheat 82o. to. day, Sam Vandivort mpved last woek into the Fugate property, Pop fine taffy a,n,dy call on J, L. Sibley. R. T. Reid tells us that a pub- lie well will be dug in Pocahontas. Presents for old and young at Grant 4 hlbrecht s. The Oriole 8unday school will have a Christmas tree Friday night. See that elegant Christmas tree at Meier Bros'. Home made candy, the very best, at Sibley's restaurant. Mr. Herman Hesse returned home last Saturday from a few days visit at Zalma. Watches cleaned, 75c; clocks cleaned, 50c; by L. H. Dunlap. at Tallent's barber shop. D. P. Bailey will devote hie entire time to the interest of the Fraternal Order of Colonials after January 1. One lot men's fine patent leather shoos, Blucher style, 83.50 shoes for holiday trade nt S2.G5 at Bruening & Kerstner D. G. Co. The lecture by Dr. Chapman nt Oriole last Friday night was good, but not as well attended as it should have been. Did you see that p...

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

Missouri Doings EXPECTS INDICTMENTS IN POST OFFICE SITE CASE. Hannibal Investigation Said to Have . 'Uncovered Fifteen Case. Hannibal. Mo.: Tho bribery Investl nation touching on the purchasing of the sites tor the government building tn several of tbo Missouri cities, in cluding Louisiana, Moborly, Klrks vlile, Columbia and Joplin, which has been inaugurated by the federal grand jury in Hannibal, has created some what of a Herniation in the cities nam ed. Charges of bribery bad been heard for several months, but little thought of a grand Jury Investigation was ever entertained. The grand Jury examined over thir ty witnesses last week, and it Is sup l.cd that most of tho number was in connection with tho alleged bribery rases. When court convenes In Jan nary it is promised tbat a far greater number will be examined. Of the sub poenas iBsued so far tho following have been summoned by the court officers: W, A. Otinn, Justice of the peare; R. H. Goodman, cashier of the liutsiana bank; ...

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

UNITED STATES DEMANDS APOLOGY FROM SULTAN Will Fore Separation for Asaiult Upon Consul. Washington: In the belief that the lime has come to wake the Turkish government understand that Interfer ence with American consular offlcera nd citizens in the sultan's possessions will not be tolerated further, tnia gov ernment ha decided to furnish an ob ject lesson to tho porte In resenting the ossanlt by police iion W. K. Da vis, the United States coniitil at Alex amlrctta, 8yrla. Following a conference Wednesday stternoon between Secretary of tho ?suy fiuuujr bhu ncuu& aecrciary or Ktnto Adce. the former tent Instruct ions by telegraph to Rear Admiral Cotton, commanding the Kuropcan naval station, who Is at Alexandria, Kgypt, to piano one or more warships nt the disposal of Consul Davis and convey him from Beirut, where he now Ik, to Alexandretta. Instruction wero also sent by acting Secretary Adee to Minister Lcishuian at Constantinople, that tho circum- j Htancea of the assault on Mr....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 24 December 1903

s7 JACKSON HERALD. . KCPUBLICAN IN POLITICS. m. r. LUSK.. Publisher Entered t the postofflce at Jack. on. no,, as aecoaa-ciaas uisuuir w mber 4, 8T. PHONES: Offlcs H8 Residence 142 Trm for tlic Herald are follows: For one year 11.00 tlx month .50 Three months .30 Advertising Rates: Iocal 6c per tine each Insertion. Prpfealonal Card l per year, lnal Advertisement- lejal rotes. Display ad. rates made known on application. THE MARKET REPORT. A Summarized Report Covering the ,.' Prevailing Conditions. GRAIN St. Louis. Wrest No. S red " No. 3 red " No. 2 hard . . . " No. 3 hard . . . Cobs No. 2 mixed .... " No. 3 mi xed .... " No. 8 yellow.... " No. 3 yellow. . . . " No. L' White " No. 3 white Oats-No. 2 piixed " No. .1 mixed . . . . " No. 2 white " No. 4 white Kvk No. 2 Chicago. .0Ji .7S -7.VW .iVi .41 .43 42M .43 .41 .37',' ,.r.' .311 .:t7 .!i2 Whkat No. " Ni. No ? spring. 3 rim. 2 red... tons No. 2 ' No. 2 yellow. Oats No. 2 .' " No. 2 No. 3 Kvk No. s. . white .. white. . . IUrmy Fai ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 24 December 1903

THAT GIRL of JOHNSON'S "By JEA.J KATE LWLXM. Amllttr ,"AI t CH'l Mr,xj. tt. E.i.rd Accordln. to Ac. e Con,,. ln ,h. V.., ,., b, Str.et k 5la(v U lb. Ofce. ol lb. Llb..,l f Con,... Wh, D C CHAPTER XIX. (Continued.) And ae Dora kept to her word and drove or rode over every day when the weather wa pleexant and tuRether thejr wandered under the pines In many a daring plane, the color ot In creasing heatlh slowly tinning the cheeks of each, whllo Pore's cough grew less and leas frequent and vl lent, and an added grace and spring showed In Dolores' step, though there was a growing sadness upon ber lips and a hunted look In the wide dark eye that her friends could not under stand, this woman gloried and exulted In her power to wound the girl Dora loved with a deeper, tr.tor love than she could ever give to ber, and she planned out many a subtle manner for woundlUE and seudlng her shafts deep er Into the soul of the girt who was. she told herself over and over, steal ing away what rightfull...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 24 December 1903

-V; SiriusV the Star of Be t hi eh em Incidents of the Nativity i (.A Peseta ef Natalia and Bplphnnlai Bpoch of the (Christian Bra! Probable Error of 1 Year Int Dlonyela Bxlsaaet Peast of the Nativity oa December 9i Traced from Bleeaed Virgin Throaan 8t. John, Polycerp. Ireneiie, and St. Patrick to Present Timet ejllmatle Condition In Paleetlnei Who tha Shepherds, Were) Theory of Profs. Forbes and Servis Refuted Kepler's Hypothesis Untenable Star in the East Must Have Been a Magian Star Were the Magi, or Wise Men. Keltic Druids? By REV. F. P. DUFFY, N. D Secretary of (he American Church Bible Institute fill If ' f ! i V t ,'; i The Star of Bothlehem Is a themo of wondrous power. It baa fascinated aagos of tbo East and philosophers ot tha West. It has been discussed those nineteen hundred years by men of varying minds with a freshness that never falls. It excites a glow of fer vid love In the breast ot the saint. It kindles tlio dying embers of hope In the soul of the sinner. It Is t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 24 December 1903

St. Jacobs Oil The old surety, through Its penetratinr power, promptly cures Rheumatism Price, 25c. Aged Gypsy Quean Dead. Er.vlra Lovcl. the . deit gypsy queen In America, dloc! last week ot heart trouble and was burled at sun aet In a cemetery near the camp of her llltle band on the outiklrls of llarrlBburjr, Tn. The Romany rites were observed, and her wagon and effects were burned. She was nicety six years old. Deafness Cannot be Cured. b lot-M apollcattrtna a. the. ear.nol reach tha dfa. i aited piirliun of Uio fir. Tltore. In only on. war to rum fl.afntt.a, ami that la by eonntltutlnnal ramadfsa. lle.fuuM la caused liy in loniimeij condittuti of tha iniiou. lining of lln rii.iai!tilnn Tiiha. When thm mhe la Itiilfinied you tuts a rumMltig aoitml or llo-perfc-rt hiinrfnit, an-l wlit-n It lit unl Irrlr rh ko-1, tv.f. lies, la thu result, and uslea. the iDflKinmatlun ( do l. taken out and Int. tutxi rf.tueM to Its nitnpai emi llltUm. hearlnir will Im rlr.troved fnre.er. Nine caaei...

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

J ACKMJJV iiEHALD. ftBt'VBLICAH I! POLITIC;.. ii. V. LUSK Vuni.tMIKK Knterac it tho pontofHra at JtirkMin. Mo., sAwoond-oisa. tu.ttcr NoTumlx-r . InW. Offlr liieuca 1 HI . Terms tor the Hkhald are as fol lows: For one year tl.UL dlx montlm On Three morrtlm ., 30 ADVtxtHixa RATKtr Loch I Be ' pr lint ctrt-h Inx-rtln i. Professional rnts-:"lHl rntr lifcplnytrVhten tHade kM'iiwo afiplluatlAn.. a;knn, mo., mwat iikj3 It is sometimes so when you aee it in the HeralW.-. Contentions win no more in politics than they do in other matters. Local option was defeated in New Madrid county last week by about 800 majority. A ooon Republican will work fur the good of tho party even if his bosom friend is not on the ticket. The Republicans of this county are alright, and there is no need of any Democrats being elected in 1904. The IIkkai.o has nothing to do with personal grievances, but is for a Republican victory in this county and state in 1004. A conference was held in St. Louis last week by prom...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 31 December 1903

V ' j-r' -' K. LUSK, E4ftrm. IN THE INTEREST OF THE I'EOPLE AND THE REPUBLICAN PARTY. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR IN ADVANCE VOL.' fl. .JACKSON. MISSOURI, THURSDAY. DECEMBER 31, 1903. NOV 8 (') HEEML1B). I r L OCA L S Wh;;t82e. to-day. Veather vry changeable. Trains are very irregular. Jackson is lacking push. Merchants are slack on adver ting. Lot us change these last con ditions ne xt year. Home made candy, the very rest, tit Sibley's restaurant. For Hchool report cards call on the Herald office. W. S. Poo of Gordon ville was in Jackson Saturday. J. L. Wilkinson of Millerville had business in Jackson last week. Did you see that pretty line of Ladies' and Children's Jackets and the low prices on them at Bruening A Kerstner Dry Goods Co. Alf Abernathy of Woltonville, 111., is visiting in this county for a few weeks. H. D. Bruihl of Oak Ridge, one of Cape county's prosperous fanners, made our office a visit last week. Local option carried in Wayne county last Saturday by 225 majority, but it...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 31 December 1903

Billjip Missouri Doings CARRINGTON APPROVES MISS EVANS' COURSE EUte Superintendent of Schools , . Draw the Color Line. Jefferson City, Mo.! The refusal of Mis Evans, school teacher at Wells ton, to attcud a teachers' meeting; at which a colored teacher was present, Is exciting considerable Interest The local board endeavored to force Miss Kvans to attend this meeting, and when sho persisted In her refusal, call ed upon County Superintendent An drae to revoke her certificate. This was referred to State Superintendent of Public Schools W. T. Carrlngton, who approve, the courso of 8upt. An drae In refusing to revoke the. cer tificate. Mr. Carrlngton has also written Miss Evans, telling her the board could not legally withhold her salary because she had refused to attend this meet ing. Mr. Carrlngton, discussing the matter, said: "This is a trivial matter to many, no doubt. In 1891 I took the Initiative that drew the color line on attendance at the state teachers' training school, for w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 31 December 1903

JAPAN COMPLETES WAR PREPARATIONS froopf and Warships Can Mots at Firs Minutes' Notice. Toklo: Japanese officials here in sist that the reply to the Russian pro posals reject all fundamental points at issue betwoon the countries, which Include Joint guarantees for the pre servation of Korean and Chinese In tegrity while securing to each InJl Tldual interests. The situation Is graver than since the commencement of the negotia tions, and war preparations continue apace. The troops and the warships can sail at five minutes' notice. Pop ular sentiment and the press are eagerly urging the government to set a limit to the "Russian tactics of ag gression and Insolent negligence." Buy Ships for War Purposes. It is reported that the twenty-five vessels comprising the mercantile fleet . of Butterfleld & Swire of Hong Kong, trading along the Chinese coast, have been sent to Japan for war purpose. Col. Aoiil, Japanese military attache, has concluded a two days' conference with Viceroy Yuan S...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 31 December 1903

JACKSON HERALD. csnai ip.im im pm inc.. B. F. LUSK.............. Publisher Entered at tbtt postofBc at Jack, ton, Mo., a second-class matter No , vmber 4, 1897. Office ... Residence PHONES: . 148 .142 Ternu tor the Herald aro a folio wi: For one year.. 1.00 U months .60 Three month ,........ .10 ' Advertising Rates: Locals 8o per Hue each Insertion. Profoaloual Card f per year. Legal Advertisement- legal rates. Display ad. rates made known on application. THE MARKET REPORT. IA Summarixtd Report Covering the Prevailing Conditions. GRAIN 8t. Louis. WnliNo. 5 rcl K No. J red 91 X - No. 2 hard 7(1 H " No. S hard 7ft X Cons No. 2 mixed 44 . " No. S mixed 43 ; ' No. 3 yellow 4! No. 3 yellow 43 No. 2 white 44 No. t white 43 Oats No. 3 mixed STJtf " No. 3 mixed M H " No. 2 white SO " No. 4 white J7 Xva No. 3 .....1 Chicago, WiiltAT No. 2 Kprinir " No. 3 xpring H " No. 2 red 0' Cons-No. 2 42,' " No. 2 yellow 45 Oais No. 3 M : " No. 2 white 39 " No. 2 white S Itva- No. 2 SIX lUm.itv Fair to c...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 31 December 1903

THAT GIRL of JOHNSON'S Hy JEA.ST K.A.TE LVHLVM. Anlktr tf"Al m Cirl'l ffero tt. Entered According l Act ol Conir In tha V.r 110 bj 6 1 reel Smltrj,' la tha tfic of iy Librarian or Comma, at Wubin.toa. D. C. CHAPTER XX. Continued. Mr. Allen was In an adjoining room reading to Mrs. Green. Mrs. Green woman one could love at a glance and love always: her sweet old face was flushed with pink, her brown eyes were soft and gentle, ber silken white hair was brushed In wares back from her face and softened by a cap of lace; her voice was what a woman's voice should be, sweet but Arm, low but perfectly modulated. She took Dolores right Into her motherly heart, knowing every word of her history o far as her eon knew It, knowing, too, without being told, that this was the girl her son loved. And the slen der, silent girl seemed to melt toward her as toward no one else, though at first It was very bitter this having to accept hospitality from the mother of the man who had been so wronged. She ba...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 31 December 1903

rs-ML vS .' T 1 h v. 1C J I . m . h s til 5 "5 i' i ,'S h ; ' If c v, mil- Mil MM i "WI . I ,.. . ii ' LakfllM 1 With in Account of Hli Abandonment of the) I I : Watermellon "Hablti" More or Less Truthfully Told by I ' THE REVEREND E Z E LOP MOUTH In order that the reader may un derstand fully the events leading up to the misadventures herein sot forth, brief sketch of the author la neces sary. Tho Reverend Ezckll loudmouth had been the pastor of A colored church in Indianapolis but owing to his Inability to recognize the differ ence between the debit and credit side tit the church's collection accounts was deposed; and drifting to Chicago bad so effectually "back-slidded" that the sole remains of bis ministerial life appeared In his costume and the unctions use of large and Inappro priate words. 1 The Reverend Ezekll spent most of bis waking hours In the various re .aorta where the gentlemen of his color most do congregate, taking such gilts as the Fates might send In the way of re...

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