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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 31 December 1903

Wool Lice. Wool lace li atlll retained, an4 thero li no abatement ot the vogue of Irish crochet and diet lace; new de signs are' constantly blossoming out' for gowns of Bummer Bilk, veiling or crepe, the trimming most favored la a combination of heavy bllnd-env broidery on cream or ecru batiste, with fine French guipure. Renais sance tace motifs In which the needle work ia done with silk tho color of the gown, while tho ribbon or braid, unusually bcavy, la cream or white, make a most effective decoration. Wis Words en Study. Our studies should be neither couch on which to rest; nor a clois ter In which to promenado alone; nor a tower from which to look down on others; nor a fortress whence we may resist them; nor a workshop for gain and merchandise; but a rich armory and treasury for tho glory of the Creator and the ennoblement of life. Qootho. To the housewife who has not yet become acquainted with the new things of everyday use In the market and who is reasonably satisfied with th...

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. — 31 December 1903

1 Jacksoin ilLKALI). KKI'UMUCaN IN POLITIC. . U LUM. l'l ULllla.K Miter! si Ute pont4tfllri at Jiw-kson, Mo.( ., iifti-MNMf visiter iVrmlH-r t. IMf7. rv 14 141 Terms fur tbe IIsuald are a fol ows: Air one vrari. . 1.00 Ix month... .60 I Itrce months .'10 Akvkmtisiso Ratka: Locals (tc : r i i - nrh iiiFrrti'i'i. Jir?K.sl(iiBl Card r it year. L'-gni Advertl-e-menu leg Urates. Display nd rales made kn 'vii 'ii iipplicH' inn. ,('h m mi i , ,KC. Rl l!Hi.1 Senator Hanna will retire as chairman of the national Repub lican committee in June and Secretary Root fleeni9 to be President Roost volt's first choice. How anxious! How exceed ingly sympathetic is our Demo cratic friond, the editor of the Cash-Hook, for tho so called "old Republicans I" He would bo more than pleased to keep up factional strife in the Republican ranks of this county, but we do not believe his wish will be grati field. The Republicans who are Republicans will voter her straight and that will settle it. Farm for Sale. Fa...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 7 January 1904

10275 r son M. F. LUSK, Editor. IN THE INTEREST OF THE PEOPLE AND THE REPUBLICAN PARTY. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR ADVANCE VOL. VII. JACKSON. MISSOURI, TIItltSDAY. JANUARY 7.1904.. Time Jack MEMALD3) ' MW ' 1 L O CALS Wheat 82c. to-day. Circuit court is in session this week. For Sale A good pony. Apply at this office. Chicken show in Jackson Jan uary 14, 15 and 10. Wm. Mizer of St. Louis attend ed court here this woek. Mr. nnd Mrs. R. M. McCombs went to St. Louis Monday. County court will hold an ad journed term next Monday. M. L. Haupt of Kgypt Mills had business in Jackson Tuesdav. jj t Three prisoners broke jail at I'erryvaie last Saturday night. S. K. Burford of California is visiting in this county this week. For Sale A lot of counters and ,etore shelving. Apply at this office. Born to Roland Fulenwider and wife of Burfordville on Jan 2, a girl. Oct your chickens ready for the chicken show January 14, 15 and 16. Robert Penzel, foreman of th Hkkald office, is on the sick list this week...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 7 January 1904

TliL BIPThPLACLS SKETCH FROM LIFE OF THE nnnAnr tup WORLD'S WEALTHIEST CITIZEN 1 Or-GPCAT- m vuwiv wsu -- 4 t 4t Missouri Doings MU5IGIAN5 PASSING OF A FAMOUS OLD MISSOURI MINE No. IS Of ths Rich Hill Going Out of Business After Earning Millions. Rich Hilt, Mo.: With the end of this , month and year the Rich Hill coal company will withdrew Itn holdings cm old No. 15 shaft, one mile south of town, anil quit business. This shaft has been In constant operation for the Jnt fourteen years, and for many ' years was the Urgent producer of tho black diamonds In the state, working . over 40(1 ima at one time. The nan Her hoist was made about seven years go, when 13C7 tons of "mine run" Coal came to the top, or seventy-four cars of 40,000-Kunri capacity. A eon orvstlve miner claims that the shaft haj been a veritable gold mine for Its l wners, who are comiwjsed of rit. LouIb capitalists ami tho Missouri Pacific officials. Th mine has run on an average of 300 days a year for fourteen years and...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 7 January 1904

MAKES A TREATY WITH ABYSSINIA Con Jul General Skinner's Visit Will Cpen New Trad Territory Jibuti!, French Bomoaltland: The United Slates expedition to Abyssinia, under Consul General Bklnnor of Mar seilles, which arrived at Adla Abeha, December 21, has successfully carrted nut the principal feature of the mis sion. A treaty between the United States and tho Empire of Ethiopia, opening (or the first tlrao frlendljr commercial relations, has been negotiated and signed. Emperor Menellk has aIo given his formal acceptance of the Invitation to participate In thu St. Ixmis Universal Exposition. As a personal tribute from Emperor Menellk to President Roosevelt, Mr. Skinner has been charged to deliver to the President two lions and a pair of elephant's titHks. To each member of the party was tendered a decoratiou, the acceptance of which Is hl In abeyance, owing to the official character of the expedi tion. The closing audience granted by Empnor Menellk to Mr. Skinner and the leaders of th...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 7 January 1904

Hi iill IS 11 1 4 rl 4 JACKSON HERALD. - REPUBLICAN IN POLITICS. a r, lusk.......... .Publisher Entered at the poatoffir at Jack. aoo, Mo,, as aecond-clasa matter No rmbr 4, 1897. . PHONES: Offlc , 143 Raaldenc 143 Trm tor tha Herald are a followi: Tor tie year... $1.00 tlx month....... so Tbraa month... JO Advertising Rate: Local o per Hue aach insertion. Profeslonal Card II par year. Legal Advertliements- tc rates. Display ad. rites made known on application. THE MARKET REPORT. A Summarized Report Ceverlng tha Prevailing Conditions. GRAIN St. Louis. TTsraAT No. 5 red 2 5 No. 1 red l ' " No. 3 hard 7'v " No. 3 hard 7.1 Cor No. 1 mixed 44 " No. 3 mixed, 43 " No. 3 yellow 4 " No. 3 yellow 41 " No. white 44 " No. 3 white 4J : OaT No. a mixed IT! " No, 3 mixed 3SH " No. t white S " No. 4 white ..37 Ryr No. 8 41 Chicago. Wbhat No. 2 spring " No. 3 spring M " No 3 red am. Con No. S 42', " No. 3 yellow 45 Oat No. S ;h " No. 8 white :i " No. wh.te St Rti No. 2 MS llAaxav Fair to choice mal...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 7 January 1904

THAT GIRL of JOHNSON'S Tty JEA.fr KA.T& LVVLVM. AtAtr 1 "M m CM'i Mtrat JUt. Eoltrxi Accordint In Ad of Concrra la lh Vr ISOO by Strtct Smlih. Id lb OBc ef lb Librarian mt Cone raw, ( Wubioi ion, D. C CHAPTER XXI Continued. Dolores' heart was to tick, every thing wm so dark for the moment "he could not tee or think clearly, but she remembered with stinging distinct- "What shall I do?" aha cried, "what shall I do? If he should die If be should die before t hare asked him to forgive me I cannot live I could not live, I tell you, and let him die believ ing that" "We will be In time, dear," he said, quietly, and she did not question it, scarcely heard the more kindly name, though the horror somehow fell away from her heart and silence and full despair mingled with an indefinite hope rested upon her. Not another word was uttered until they were standing at the door of the hospital. Dolores asked brokenly as she clung to his arm, unable to stand alone for the moment: "You are sure sur...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 7 January 1904

EASTERN a (Special Correspondence.) If war bo averted between Japan and Russia It will be a new proof how strong those agoncfea are which every whore In the .'- present day work llently for peace. Taken each by each. some of these forced would no doubt be considered trivial and feeble, tmt they help each other, and the mm total of their Influence In Known at this moment with equal plainness both In the Far and the Near Kast. Yet what may Kometlmcs greatly depress n observer who loves his kind, and believes In tho ultimate triumph of reason find concord, Is to notlco how lowly the race learns the simple lessons of lis own welfare. Manchuria is an example of this. Dons the name Hut of Russian Peasants. K'pm imv lo anyone or the historic fnct a novelty that the destinies of Jtussla. of China and of Japan should nil be mixed up with II? More than ;u years ago the (same races were nt wnr for much the same reasons as might to-day make a battlefield of the 'hint-be province. Manchuria was ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 7 January 1904

Queen Buy Carduccl's Library. Tbe queen dowager of Italy has bought the book and manuscripts of the famoua poet and critic Carduccl, tearing him the undisturbed use of the library for hi lifetime. Catherine the Great of Russia prevented In the same way tho dispersion of Diderot's library. ' 10,000 Class for lee. This Is a remarkable offer the John A. Salter Beed Co., L Crosse, Wis., makes. They will send you their big plant and seed catalog-, together with enough seed to trow 1.000 fine, solid Cabbages. 1,000 delicious Carrots. 2.000 blanching, nutty Celery. 2,000 rich, buttery Lettuce. 1.000 splendid Onions. 1.000 rare, luscious KaillHiie". 1,000 gloriously brilliant Flowers. This great offer Is mail In order to Induce you to try their warranted seeds for when you once plant them you will grow no others, and ALr. TOH ni'T Mo POST A OR, providing you will return this notice, and If you will send them iOe In post sge, they will add to the above a puck nut of the famous Berliner Cauli...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 7 January 1904

..mm 3 ' : i. I:. 'fV; ; 1 r I J: i l. i t i ! - i i j i l i : 5 . (31 i i ! i t. 'Mi VI 1 ' Y '. !!: i ; i ; n v: v 3 i 5 t? 1 ( I" VI VCKSONilEllALl). ; ' HHI'UHUVAtr IN I1ILITK;.'.. r. lu.sk.., v.; . .l'UBI.lKIIKH nwi U u(,li,III. . ,i .ln.-kK.in, Mo., k. .MiultU-ulwH mut,r K.mwiiH-r 4. 1J. PBr..' $.ident- lit Term fur the Hekald are as fol tnwsj For one year .oo Mx months ......,.. j 50 I hree months ; 30 AnvrRTiHiNo Ratkh: LrnU 6c par linu each Insertion. . Professional Vrd T per year. Lefrul Advnttl-e-menU leirul rate. Displny ad rat- Diade known on applh-atlon. JACKSON, MO.. JAN. 7. I4. Or course Cape oounty will go Republican in 15)04. J. P. MiTCMM of DoSoto will Revive the publication of the Bi parole Sun. 'tjiipiE "ia no ronton why tho Republicans of this outi nty should . j?ot elect a full ticket thin fall. In politics if you can not got your man as candidate take the ther ellow'a man and pull for his election. This is the only true principle in politics. Let our Republic...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 14 January 1904

THE JAGKf MEKAD B. F. LUSK, Editor. IN THE INTEREST OF THE PEOPLE AND THE REPUBLICAN PARTY. ONE DOLLAR PER TEAR TRANCE VOL. VII. JACKSON. MISSOURI, THURSDAY. JANUARY 14, 1904. "Wretched, " O. . 10 ;A 'err mi - j y i -v. , V' L O C A L S Wheat 82c, to-day. See us if you want to buy a good farm in Cape county. For Sale A good pony. Apply .it thia office. Join the Fraternal Order of Colonial:) if you want safe in surance. The J. M. A. teachers and pupils attended the Kinder trial Tuesday. Chicken Bhow in Jackson Jan uary 14, 15 and 16. The Ilinklo-Statler Mercantile company of Oak Ridge has been incorporated for $20,000. Alex F.ulinberg, who cut his foot with an ax about a week ago, is able to be out in town again. For ba .. i r.j ..utiiera, and st r- ;:i-!viifw , it ' this fifi'n ' . T!" J;iks"n Ivgi-i.c . Honur A. O. I '. V. will im,t;ill their officers Saturday niiflit Jau uary 23, 1004. i W. H. Tacko and Joseph Kappj will open up a restaurant in the IT. II. Mueller building next to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 14 January 1904

Missouri Doing's STONE BRIBERY ' CASE DISMISSED Two of the Pro sec i! LPs Witnesses Refuse to 1 Jefferson City, Mo.! . '"' , nt nd bribery proceedings" " 'olc County Circuit Court agalnsi" former rrosccutlng Attorney R. P. Stone wore dismissed Wednesday by Acting Prose cuting Attorney F. M. Brown because . ot Uio action ot tho main witnesses In standing on tholr constitutional rights and refusing to testify on tho ground that their testimony would luerlmlnatu them. The outcome wan on unexpected ttiir prlse, as Lew Trucblnod und Charlie Glenn, hy whose testimony tho State sought to prove a case, had testified Ix-toro tho Oram! Jnry that $:idO had been paid to Prosecuting Attorney isiono for which he was to drop a r tain case ugnlnKt Glenn. A special venire linil been summoned to try Stone Wednesday for bribery, but when the nialu witnesses rehired to give any tcHtlmony, the case was DiiIIii prossed. Tbo charges nan-lnst Stone of riding on a railroad pans and set tiring illegal fee re...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 14 January 1904

IftlAA'C PADITm DAMAGED BY FIRE Chamber of Houe of Representatives la Completely Buined. De Moines, la.: Klre mined the northwest wing of the Slate Capitol Monday, causing an approximate loaa of half million dollars. Tbe chamber of the House of Rep resentatives la a charred masa of debris and cannot be repaired In time for the approaching session of the legislature. The fire, which started about 10 o'clock, was not extinguished until 6 o'clork Monday evening. The origin of the Are la not definitely known, and Oovernor Cummins will order an im mediate investigation. The supposition Is that it started either from a lighted caudle carelessly left burning or from an electric light wire. The fire originated near a shaft In a committee-room and spread tip ward and around the colling of the House chamber. The Fire Department was unable to tight the flames effoctlvely on account of the height of the building and ele vation of the Capitol site. The only thing possible was to cut off the pro ...

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. — 14 January 1904

r. it. .1 1- J 5 ! ( r t ( I 1,:! j 1-: t 1 si if If 1! 1. 1 a JACKSON HERALD. REPUBLICAN IN POLITICS. . F. LU8K...... ....Publisher Entered at the poatofllee at Jack, on, Mo., second-class matter No ruber 4, 1837. PHONES; Office , 148 Residence 142 Terms for the Herald are aa follows: Tor one year $1.00 Ix months 50 Three months . ,. .30 Advertising Rates: Locala Cc per Hoe each Insertion. Profealonal Card II per year. Legal Advertisements legal rates. ' Display ad. rates made known on application. THE MARKET REPORT. Summarized Report Covering the Prevailing Conditions. GRAIN St. Louts. "WiiKlT No. 2 red 02 " Na 8 red M " No. 3 hard 7(1 " No. 3 hard TiM IPohk No. 3 mixed 4." " No. 3 mixed :i " No. 3 yellow t". No. 3 yellow..... 41 " No. 2 wliito 44'v' " No. 9 whit 41 DAT-No. 3 mixed nr.' J No. 3 mixed :m " No. 2 white an " No. 4 white .17 JlvK-No. 2 52 Chicago. "lViirvr No. 2 spring l " No. 3 fcpring 7H " No !J red iHi'.i Coax No. 2 4? .', ' No. 2 yellow 41'-; Oaih- No. 2 )!.' No. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 14 January 1904

THAT GIRL of JOHNSON S By JEA.JV K.A.TB LVDLXM. A-Mtr "At Cirl'i Mtm." tic. Enlerrtl Arrorriinf to AM fit C.nim. In lb. Year l bj Street & Smhh. la th Offic. o( Hi Librarian ol Con.reti, at Wuhmitan, O. C. CHAPTER XXII. Continued. "Yes," ho said, Rentlr. "I know be In dead, Dolores, but after death all Ihicg3 are made straight. Ho knows now better than lie ever could have known from your telling, and I know he has forsotton "" Thero were sweetness and solemn Ity In the young man's voice aa he bent abovo the beautiful cold face thai canned Dora to catch her breath In midden comprehending of the depth of the kindly heart, an ho Rlowly re peated, the touch on the girl's hands very tender, the light In tho loving eyes entering Into her very soul : " "rh.ra Ik no death. Wht sfm o I trnnMtlou; Till lllo of mortal hrculti Is Init a suburb of tho life fly.lnn. Whoue purltll w rail ilfMth.' CHAPTER XXIII. "That Girl of Johnson's." Dora wns standing at the well at Dolores' old homo with h...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 14 January 1904

"I" '"WIT1 y isjil'i i iisi i i'isl .isisJii T ' H aT A "111 5 t'lI jlDR.&ST; mmmw (Special Correspondence.) (Special Correspondence.) The beat authorities agree that the Negritos are the primitive raco of the Island o( iJiton. With the lapaS of centuries these little people, the tallest of whom rarely attain a height of four ar.d a half foet, have been driven back to the mountain! and Into the almost impenetrable depth of the forests. Tbey are the lowest order of the hu man family, dispense with clothing, have no fixed place of abode, roam In drovea through the deep woodland. Children at -in J hiilc.lst on herbs and Hiich game as l 'icy can take. For taking gumo they use bows and arrows, the liilter poi soned with the Juice of a tree prepared l:i accordance with a formula Known only (o themselves. A wound from one of these arrows Is Immediately fa ta!, the effect being sluillni' to strych H'H poisoning. Their rilitleet consists of only a few words. They run softly, with t ho sp...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 14 January 1904

T n TROUBLE MID COfMMr tlllCt.RUMUftCO. To Prove what Swamp-Root, the Great Kidney Remedy. Will Do for YOU. Every Reader of this paper May Have a Sample Bottle Sent Free by Mail. Weak ami unhealthy Kidneys arc responsible, for more lick iiok and KiiH'cring than any other disuuMO, therefore, when through neglect or other causes, kidney trouble Is permitted to continue, fatal results are miro to follow. Your other organs may need attention hut your kidneys most, bemuse they do most and need attention llrst. If you are sick or "feel badly," begin taking Ir. Kilmer's Swamp-Itoot, the great kidney, liver and bladder remedy, because 1)8 .soon as your kldnen begin to get better they will help nil the other organs to health. A trial will convince anyone. The mild and immediate effect of Dr. Kilmer Swamp-Root, the great kidney ind bladder remedy, is soon realized. It Hands the highest tor its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases. Swamp Root will set your whole system right, and the ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 14 January 1904

Jackson Herald. RXI-UIILICAN IN POLITIC'. u. ;. lu.sk.. J'UllblhllKll ft af. Mi ppaUtfltoa tt Jekon, Mo. iwl-riipw amVMt No .oilier . WOT. om. KMlcn. . Tiff MM: 14K 142 Ti.'utis for vlio Hkkalu tiro as fol- For one y.-ir... l.oo Six montli , ,r,o 1 lir-i. ui'mf Iw .HO Arviri'Tis'.( iu-I'kh: ...! ' r Mm ' ! i:is. ri I f.if".!' u:.! :ml ,ur ylil. ),i.mI A.i . 1 1 :-. -lnii;- it-?:il r,n. . infj,a., nil rats tniulo known on Hpplicntion. JACKSON, MO., JAN. It. HhM. Ark you k Uopublicun that wants somo office? Como out be fore tho people. Lkt our Republic tin county antral committoe call nn parly mpoting to mark out tho plan of llvooanipfiipn. iNow, let the county t'teiiulili uun central committee have an arly meeting and let u sen where we are. Lkt a Republican club of the rank nnl file Republicans be or ganized in each township and all work for tho party' Huccesa and it will come. Lkt us liave two county con vention!) if we have any one In nominate county officers and an other to elect...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 21 January 1904

1MB Jackson Hekahjd, D. F. LUSK, Editor. IN THE INTEREST OF THE PEOPLE AND THE KEI'UBLICAN PARTY. ONE DOLLAR PER Yilzyjg VOL. VII. JACKSON MISSOURI. THURSDAY, JANUARY 2U 1901. TNofll 1 LOCALS Wheat 8o3. to-day. RED TAG. 11ED TAG SALF. Red tag sale at Jackson Store Co. Red tag clearance sale now going on Jackson Store Co. Mrs. PeWitt Sawyer and chil dren of Puxico are visiting at Fruitland this week. Hines Clippard has gone to Alabama to look out a home. The Ladies' Aid of the Metho dist church meets with Mrs. Chas. Behrens Friday afternoon. For Sal.' A lot of counters! and store shflviiig. Apply at this office. The national teachers' asso ciation will not yield their date, July 6, to the national Demo cratic convention. For sale 100 acre farm within 4 nwles of Jackson. Apply at this office. H. J. R. Loos and Mi3s Janie Sawyer were married in Jackson on January 14 by Justice J. M. Snider. All dresss goods bearing red tags are greatly reduced at Jack son Store Co. Roy Smith, who so my...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 21 January 1904

PVIN? Of -THS 36ft 11 H I T" jt A . m L 171 (1119 in urn 8poclal Correspondence.) CAIltll TSkft.. .1 A . t Journey by tha railroad lies a fair, flat province where too tun shines In aummor nearly every day. The Ixilre W lulls through It. hrnnit anH amnio in the springtime, shrunken between brown sand banks In the atUumn. smooth and slow at all seasons, and reflecting alike green fields and gray castles whose walls It washes In Its tranquil flowing toward the sea. This Is the country of Touralno, and It Is also the real France, with a dif ferent ring from that brilliant cosmo politan counterfeit which the foreigner accepts and believes in, when ho steps forth from the Usre St. I.azare at Paris. Here lives Bf.lll that genius of Kranca that dominated Kuropo in the later middle age, tho spirit that sang ron dels, that spoko In Balzac's novels, and liere the honest bourgeois walk the Mreots who emptied their woolen lockings into l)e Lesscps' runiuna Church of Notre ran;;!, and whose vene...

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