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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 21 January 1904

I I NOT BUILT FOR Two. I ) S5ifm 'iss Rose Hennessy, well known as a poetess and elocutionist, of Lexington, Ky., tells how she was cured of uterine inflammation and ovaritis by the use of Lydla E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. " PriAn Mm. I'iskiiam : I have hrvn no lltssrtlly lielrK-tl throuph tho s of I.ytllu 13. l'inkliam'N Vegetable Compound "that I feel it hut just to a.kinm icil'e it. imping Dint it may help some other wuman MitTerink' as 1 lil. " 1'or years 1 enjoyed the best of health ami thought that I woulil always lo mi. 1 attended purtie untl receptions thinly clad, and would lie Middenly cliilled, but 1 did nut think of the results. 1 caught a had cold eighteen months ntro while menstrua inp. and this eaused iiillamrnation of the womb and congested ovaries. I suffered exeriieiatiiip pains and kept (retting worse. My attention was called to your A'ejtetilblo ('oiiipound anil the wonderful cures it hud performed, and I made up my mind to try it for two months and see what...

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. — 21 January 1904

lady of gentleman to iiuaiae business in this county ami ad joining . territory for house of a)i financial standing. $20 fttraiglit casli salary and expenses pnid f.ach Monday direct from h" uiuartnrs. Expense money Jv meed position permanent. Adlrpsa Manager, 005 Monon building, Chicago. 3-17 Ingratltudo. Not till th cruM roiiKluTlnff ' wjr, Not till ih liniielctii tinnu of tlm fi t. N'ut till tii rtiisk nml fmlhig of tlm day In honiH must pot. Not till our Jny him tiirrt-.1 to nifmwv, Not till uiir hi-itfts lire Wi-.irii-il out with f.i'llmt Do Wf lirt Iwi.n h.inilp ami cry to Itieo, llf vrrlMKtiiiK! SI J-iniiV flilf. For Baby's Sake II, Mail-'mt M irtln CePTfita. I,hr Th Antlum Pa. On. At heart, Charlie Lincoln wnt) not a man, only a weal. one. When ho married Ktlit'l Jamison, ho fully In tended to lie trua to her. Kr two almrt yours all wont woll, nml to liltn hi beautiful home was the nm.it at tractive iiit cm earth. One evil day tbo lirli;ht eyes of Sy bil Gregory attracted hi...

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. — 21 January 1904

,':; far.n Kind id fur sale. The farm consists of about 73 acres of fine poplar Boil, mostly cleared, good house and barn, is well watered, located four milos north of Jackson, one mile from Fruitland and is on the Girardeau A Chester railroad now building through this cointy. Apply to T. D. Minks, Jackson, Mo. Reversible Love Poem. " '0 . "l l ' ! ' ' MC!t Inst - I....; ..j icMvir. to tell '.r it hla lore fir Kluanor, but he cuiild not com to tt He Renulneljr feared tho effect It would have. Loutne lored hlra to blindly, so devotedly, that he could not Imagine him capable of auch a defection; and to tell her to disturb Capo'"1" Dautl'Ul aerenlty of her trust I . flint I t , . . ...... KJiiunou aiurai courage iar do- yond Turner's. In tho end he loft, with Louise still In Ignorance. At the last moment he consoiea Himself with the thought mat no would write to ,r.i. i ,i -. One of tho unique features of Supt. Crrrington'a forth coming report is a complete history of Missouri educatio...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 21 January 1904

JACKSON HERALD. REPUBLICAN IN POLITICS. B. F. MJSK. .Publisher Entered at the postoffico at Jack. on. Mo., aa second-class matter No vember 4, 1897. FHONES: Office MS Residence .......... 112 Terms for the Herald arc aa follows: Fur one year,.... $1.00 8lx months 50 Three month , .30 Advertising Hates: Locals fie per lino each Insertion. Profcslonal Card 5 per year. Legal Advertisements legal rates. Display ad. rates made known on application. THE MARKET REPORT. A Summiriied Report Covering tha Prevailing Conditions. GRAIN St. Louis. Wiikat No. 2 red 03 No. 3 red !'! 44 No. 3 hard ..: TU " No. 3 hard 7i Cons No. 2 mixed ) No. 3 mixed 4.1V4' " No. 2 yellow I'l " No. 3 yellow 4V( " No. 2 while 4'. " No. 3 white 4 Oats-No. 2 mixed :is:i No. .1 mixed 37 " No. 2 white 40 " No. 4 while 3H r.vr No. 2 Chicago. Wnr-.AT o. 2 f-pring M " No. .1 spring HO No 2 lid K7 Con.N No. 2 41 '; " No. 2 yellow 4i CUrs-No. S :u ' No. 2 white 3'.i " No. 3 white :is' Itvi: Nc. 2 V", IUiii.kv Fuir to choice l...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 21 January 1904

CHARLES KRATZ IS BACK IN ST. LOUIS Given Bond and His Trial In Set For February 23. St. Louis: Charles. Kratz, former city councilman, under Indictment for bribery In connection with the Sub urban railway deal, furnished bond at 11:60 o'clock Monday morning In Judge Daniel O. Taylor's court. The amount of the bund was $40,000. and It was signed by former mayor Henry Zlegcnheln, James J. McDcrmott. bro ker; John F. McDerrriott. lawyer; Gottlieb Eyermann. Jr., contractor; William Voelpel, contractor; Adulph Gotsgesell, contractor. The. seven bondmuen qualined for a total of $512,500, ns follow: Mr. Zlcgenheln, $300,000; Mr. Eyermann. $K'U,000; James .1. McDcrmott, $73, O00; John P. McDcrmott, $15,000; Mr. Gutgesell, $15,000. William Voelpel. $3500. and Adolph Voelpel. $1000. It was 11 o'clock when Judge Taylor asked If there were any bonds to be fixed. Attorney Thomas Uowe Btepped forward and stated that he would like to arrango bond for his client, Charles Krat.. Circuit Attorney Pol...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 21 January 1904

Jackson Herald. HBPt'BLIClK K rOUTlCi. tt JT. LUSK. . 1'LULISllKll The national Democratic con vention will held in St. Louis July 0. Marriage License. Kn,Uir Mi txmtnfflr t JucKi.m. tio. aa .-. 'ill-. i matter Nurvmin-r 4. 117. Vfl.-i i, 1(0.1(1 1 lira.. 14 141 Term (f the IIkualu ure w fol io.,: Kr unc ynar.. I I. no flx month so Throe month. :to Advkrtisivo Ratkh: 'jin-nli fie l'r Hum rnch Insertion. rrofeH.ioiml Card fij per year. Lesnl Adverti -infills lejnl ratD. IH.plny d rale made, known on application. JACKSON, MO., JAN. 21. IWI. Rooskvelt is all rijjht for pres ident and will bo nominated. The United States has decided to remain neutral if war docs oc cur in the Orient. . Chairman Hanna has issued T,h call for the national conven tion at Ohii;re tin .lime 21. .W..XT week a '?.! i: j 1 1! ii-.'it :" n viH ;ij',i' ir fri.Iil the rcrilirilleo i'f (!" rank ariii ftlo J C cpi.i (i;'u ri chili A Missouri. We ' i 'ieve it has Houtrl doctrine in it. Cornelius Demsey and Fertha Rea...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 28 January 1904

Time N MECiALP, .ft :1 B. F. LUSK, Editor. IN THE INTEREST OF TUB .PEOPLE AND THE REPUBLICAN PARTY. VOL. VII. JACKSON, MISSOURI, THURSDAY. JANUARY 28. !904. Jack NO. 12 LOCALS Wheat 87c. to-day. Conductor George II. Kelly was hi town last week. See premium list of the pultry show elsewhere in this issue. P. B. Meyer of Burfordville paid hi respects to the Herald office yesterday. Por Sale A lot of counters and store shelving. Apply at this office. iwy vvoou oi iew Mexico is visiting in this county. He may locate here. Don t forget the recital at the J. M. A. hall to-night. Admis sion free. Let everybody attend. FOIi SALE CHKAP A good cost range cook stove. Por par ticulars apply at this office. For sale 100 acre farm within 4 miles of Jackson. Apply at this office. The eloquent national lecturer for the Modern Woodmen of America will be in Jackson Feb ruary 1. Another burglary occurred at tho Cape Sunday night. The Bee store was broken into and several articles stolen. Yon can get n...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 28 January 1904

WHATnilLluiUXLYCl tev. Edw-iri Eve-.eu Ha";e D-cUre V i..r II t Traia 'd in J.'ty. 1. Wildlln; :lir PrenrkM Author !'. ila tnult wnu lrri !! triB la I PnMln SchnnU. RrT. Kriwiinl I'vervlt l!nle. t,f !. ton. kjicl.e o the J diiiib luro 1? Ynl. tinivcrvily ihc nthrr tiny In Un til (hnpil mi "Dulyj -1,1 Tmii,!. r,rll.H In the course of )i!k iuion Dr. Ilnl louched upon the lut-k of mm nl I i n in Ing In the unlvf iltle In thl i-iiii.tij mill innrto some rclVrt i.ers to ll'.u van unlvrrMty when hr wan nn on ifn tlier", rritieUliig the mnnni'rtiiMil uf the i.utilio rehfiol. He is'd in pint! "I (.liimlil not my tliiit tin- i-liil'lii't ft utir time hnve tin triilulnir In I'nt;. Htill I nm nfrnld thnt the lilm i.f mm t mining nn tl.e fiitxln fiit-rtril pur! ' riliicutlnn Is not us ernlinl lo it w:i n liuiCreil yems ago. I iiT' u 1i 'l v 2" y iHK Hfro the central Irien a-- iVn iliilthcii fhouM lie trnimri tool"! (in1 I nm nf rn ill tliiit In the nvrrngi1 n I ' now tluil lili a of duly l not ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 28 January 1904

WANTKO A THUSTWOTIIY lady or gentleman to manni?,. business in thin county and ad joining territory for house of solid fiiuinr-ial standing. Hlraij;lit rash salary and expeiuofi paid oat-h Moi d iy direct from headquarters. KxpcnsM nioin-y .iidvjinet'd; o.;itin permanent. AiidiTHH Marnier, C Motion huiliiinjr, Chicago. Coth Sweet and Sout. a-n h. know I I ii Ir iiv until iiiiy fHl kWin 7... " " '""'"in iii. i- mid null nni I T. I,k" "?" '" "v,r- r iiIok mi'lT l.i hM n i f ., , . fll1( , SI (n-n K.VI rote,.. jJ.PHt, tlv Ilk" .; " . Mlh .rlniiHr. Ii.fri.illl nri-1 fle fennel Ali-il M llll 1. inter, U ., 1,;.i,tMH..il t ill. - .Mil V. .'4.lff Hi iiiIiiH. went. -uJ l.lonnm An tircf c Jjdcfli OipTrVhtM. lm.i. by Tin Authorn fgh. Co AlHcrnon Itarkdale Sin.vtho wns Jdinwn Ideally us a Himb. Some Jlttlo hpmso was e re Ilted to his account, but IiIh dohts inn hlrjh. A gnat many IhiiiKs were iinl.nown to lilm, but one .fiirt st.Hiil nut bo clenrly iu big fet-lile. In-;. In tlmt wliat otliPtB ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 28 January 1904

Jackson Herald. RtrUBMCAN IN 1i!.T!C.S. B. F. LUsU... . I'UBMnilKIl Kiiuir.c at Ilia iHrtOoftlfa t Jackawi Ho eo.ini-cii matter Novemlntr . law. PRUMUI Office Real Idonre..,. '. .... U .... 142 Terms for the IIrhalo are a fol lows: For one year II. on Six months i,,., 50 Three months 30 AnvKR-rifUxa ItATKst Locals tic per lino each Insertion. IWeaHloiml C'nrd $5 per your. Lejriil Adverti-e-ments li'iful rate. Diaplny nd rat- made known on application. JACKS. -N, MO., JAN. 2S. H04. COMMITTEE CALL. Republican Congressional Com mlttee 14th District. Ki.NM.rr, Mo., Jan 25, 100 L A meeting of the Fourteenth C'lnRTPSHiuinil Krpublican Com mit' ee l boreby culled to meet nt Poplar Uluff, Mu., on TUKSDAY, FHURUAIIY 2, lft04 at 7 o'clock, p. m., for the pur pose of fixing time and place for holding a congressional conven tion to nominate a candidate for congress and to select two dele- gnk'H und two alternates to the Republican National Convention and for the conHi'deration of any and all bu...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 4 February 1904

SON MEMALD), 13 V. LUSK, Editor. IN THE INTEREST OF THE J'EOPLK AND THE UEI'UISLICAX PAETY. VOL. VII. JACKSON. MISSOURI, THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 4, 1901. NO. 13 IHIE L O OA L S Wheat 90c, to-dsy. Mrs. J. H. Clodfelter is quite dick. Rev. J. M. King preached for Ilev. OahniD Nuti'lity night, lie gave a good sermon. F. A'. Itiieekernann of this city otten.I'M the A. O. U. W. meet ing at ( 'rua Inst week. We will have a first-class ma chine shop established in Jaek fon in the near future. Don't forget to go to the prize in.isquerade ball to-morrow night at Turner hall. FOR SALE CHEAP A good oast range cook stove. For par ticulars apply at this office. Bro. D. W. Henderson con ducted the prayer meeting at the Methodist church last night. A gentleman was here last week looking at the Commercial hotel property with a view to purchas ing. For sale 160 acre farm within 4 miles of Jackson. Apply at this office. The Fraternal Order of Colon ials is unquestionably the com ing order of fraternals. I...

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. — 4 February 1904

??"1VER, THE : BgggaaBHBBgBBBMl 1 & BLlggSgL9 UL E A CUPS v-, , . ... ... -. 8tole Collarette. Th vogue of tbe stole collarette It an established fact and Ita number and variety Increase day by day. The two shown are among the best offered and afford a choice of shape and style. Number One Is made of mole skin with trimming of ermine and ts shaped to form a deep round collar at the back, with stole ends that are nar- 4609 Stole Collarettes, oneeUo. rower at the waist Hue and broader at the lower edge, whero they terminate lu points. Number Two Is shown in Persian lamb cloth with black silk ornaments, making a finish at the front. Tbe col lar portion is squaro at both front anil linck and the stoics are wider at the ends than at the collar. P.oih design are available for all tho materials used for collarettes, fur, lamb cloth, velvet and the like. To cut clthor one will require 1 yards 27 inches wide. The pattern 409 Is cut In tho medium size only. Apple Tapioca Pudding. , Suppos...

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. — 4 February 1904

RELIEF. J. W. WJI. 8upr- Intendent of Street of Lebanon, Ky., says: "My nightly rest was broken, owing to Irregularities of the kidneys. 1 uttered Intensely from severe paint In the email of my back and through the kidneys and tu annoyed by pain ful passages of abnormal aecretloni. Doctors failed to relieve me. 1 began taking Doan't Kidney PUla and I ex perienced quick and lasting relief. Doan's Kidney Pills will prove a bless ing to all sufferers from kidney disor ders who win give them a fair trial." FoRter-MUbnrn Co., Buffalo, N. Y., proprietors, for sale by all druggists, price SO cents per box. A Little Girl's Prayer. Little Alice had been put to bed and was saying her prayers. This was part of her petition: "Oh, Ood, make all the bad people good and make all the good people all the good people the good people nice!" Deflance Starch Is guaranteed big gest and best or money refunded. It ounces, 10 cents. Try It now. Praise for American Soldiers. Field Marshal Lord Wolseley re ce...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 4 February 1904

11 I VJ ! ' i. 1:;' 3:. I -' i. 1 i !' ! i I r: i ,4 0 it I", v- it 15 !! mi -is; fi 'if! A ! fill I Mi 1 ',. v A. L, u, Uotes.. The promised i'onlfcrtainnumt was conaum.ul atitio i-ppoiuted time, I.V.t Saturday night, the both ult.,' aril proved u success in eve.. cense of the Word. The weather W!u perfect, tho attend ance w.u larji'i, tho order and at tentacivenoes of audience could not hae been better, nnd the members who took part in the program all acquitted themselves creditably. - The house was called to order at 7:45 o'clock by Die chairman of the evening, Miss Marie Miller; and the following program was rendered : Instrumental Solo "Ohio Y::!!ey Waltz"-Miss Annie Howard. ujieuing iv tore-is I iitj Vulvii of Litorary Work" Pros. .lame Arnold. Vocal Trio "The Pulldog' ' W. . Stenrns, Fred Cimlm, Pearl Stearns. Recitation "Buzzard' Point" ; Miss Fula Miller, " Violin and Organ Lii:il " Do ris" Walter Stearns nnd Mrs. Curotun. Recitation "Too lute for the Train" Miss Alpha Mill...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 4 February 1904

World's Fair Notes. World's Fair clubs am organ izing in various purta of the coun try to prepare for thi.4 yeur's trip to St. Louis. . ,. .- Xiraailt-ipccU to spend $000, 000 ia gold at-the World's Fair, the president of the republic hav injj reoum mend&d li'.alaatruunt. The Association of Master Plumbers will hold its 1901 con vention at tho World's Fair, Sjl. Louis. Many newspapers are conduct ing voting and other jrize con tests, the winners to huve free trips to the World' Fair at St. Louis. Canada's exhibit of Cah at the World's Fair will embrace the iah from the inland waters, such ' as - Hudson Buy end the Groat lakes, her principal rivers and both sea coasts. Thirty -five miles of roadway have ben constructed within the World's Fair grounds. A large portion of this is asphalt. Most of the roadways are generously shaded, and all are elaborately iivated by the landscap9 archi tect. A Canto (Mo.) mill will furnish free trips to the World's Fair for three ladies. A ticket i...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 4 February 1904

JACKSON HERALD. REPUBLICAN IN POLITICS. , Entered at the postofflca at Jack on. Mo., a second-clas natter No vember 4, 1897. v PHONES: Office .....,......,. ...... ...,.14 Residence 14J Term tor the Herald ar m followi: For on year.,.., ti.oo Six month. .50 Thro months ,3g Advertising Rate: Local 6c per line each Insertion. Profoslonal Card fS per year. Ufa! Advertisements legal rate. Display ad. rates mad known on application. THE MARKET REPORT. A 8ummarlzd Report Covering the Prevailing Condition. GRAIN. St. Louis. Wait.iT No. t red... OS " No. a red 93 No. 8 hard ,...W " No. hard 7fl Corn No. 3 mixed 44 " No. S mixed 43K , " No. 3 yellow 45 " No. 8 yellow 41? No. 3 white . i', " No. I white 44 Oats No. 3 mixed at " No. S mixed..... 3?X No. 2 white 41 No. 4 white 30 Itl'B No. 3 04 Chlcsgo. "rVnr.AT No. S spring SB " No. 3 spring...., 82 " No 3 red !i' Conn No. 3 45' " No. 3 yellow 47 Oats No. 3 " No. 3 white 43 " No. 3 white 4 'J Itva No. 3 5.'. IiAiti.EV fair to choloe malting......

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 4 February 1904

PEACE PARTY WINS AT ST. PETERSBURG Kussia and Japan Ar Getting- Closer To An Understanding. St. Petersburg: The Associated Press correspondent, on high authori ty, has given out the following as the present statin of the negotiations be tween Russia and Japan: Russia rwognlzes Japan's predomin ance In Korea and Japan recognizes Russia's special position In Manchuria. There are two main questions still at Issue tho Russian demand for a neutral zone on the Korean side of the Yalu river, which Japan met with a proposal for a similar neutral atrip on the Manchurlan sldo; Japan also asks for certain guarantees covering Manchuria, which Russia thus far has declined to .grant. Recent Assurance. It Is pointed out. however, that the assurance given a few days ago by Russia regarding the open ports In Manchuria and resiioet for treaty rights. Is a concession on this point. That tho two countries are not so far apart may be fairly Inferred from the following statement made by Mr. Kut'lni', the...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 4 February 1904

Jacksox Herald. HHI'UBLliiAIt IN pOLITICi. B v. Lustc... . PfJBLIBHattt tvufa j-i-i at. iu piM.tolli xt jMkMin, Ho. ta winrt.i'lH matter November 4. MriY phohkk: lrnn ...... 14 t Tcrma Tor tuts Herald re an rol- '(Wrl! . "or ore. '.'ear. tl.nn lUdiitlut SO 'I ine month 30 Kill'-! Mt HVtHH! Loi.'lilH t 1 r !i. eti iiKcti.i'i. PrtiifsNitiim .-.Vf-nr. . I4..irai Advert ikuI.ciiI rin. i' l- .il .1 ti'kl i"l: I Ml. n. I .- Mo , K !::;. . i 4 .N"it ional '"'onven-i"-'i,r ''Mil 'II . !ie ' it;fin-il at 'ain .'Mi' '.(.! t- t-r o 1 you I in. 144 ) in tviti i!a.i nl.ll com" ! lite P.icifiio i'f- :' !1.3 llVst . ,).i:.)li;:an ,( .;.( estab- .V'o mH it C thi L up a ) Re elect every .. iil!l,."'.T i , i n- ; 1.1 '.iiiiiii- J-'1' .:it.i.i'i.ii l k ivi-' nrovtu'nor? Current i 1 t , ti easiest man .J--r:t-.i.-v- 1 'lofeat. 1 ik'ii ; r:. 1 Mtral Com- ii 1 ijnty nan- .1 i.iy Ai 1 .it ui'.s fur ntiite I'ltj a:nl town ". Hclfcted !'i ';rN of Kansas r-i. :.d by tlio Federal ,.(. !St. Louis for ao- from ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 11 February 1904

The Jackson Memalp. B F. LUSK, Alitor. LN THE INTEREST OF THE J'EOPLE AND THE REPUBLICAN PARTY. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR DT ADVANCE . ISO. 14 VOL. VII. .JACKSON. MISSOURI. TIIUKW AY. FKBUUAItY II. '.904. if LOCALS Wheat R3e, to-day. W IL &cTttaTor iha 'a-sonwho is quite sick. Mra. Bienldin Is chtigercius1y ick-with pneumonia 'at her home in Jackson. See those new up-to-date hats n3 shoes sit G, Miltenbefger 4 Co. Herbert Baldridgo ol Boon ville, Mo., is visiting In Jackson for a few weeks. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Hinkle visited in Sikeston last week, re turning Saturday. For sale 1(30 acre farm within 4 miles of Jackson. Apply at this office. Mr. Hugo "Waye of St. Louis is now using the third ohair in Goo. Tallenfs barber shqp. It is highly probable that Louis Houok will build a railroad from West Cheater to Frederiektown. 2,000yards bleached muslin worth 5 cents at 4 cents while they last. G. MlLTENBERGER A L'O. The Morehouse Sun is the name of a new paper established at Morehouse by M. ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 11 February 1904

Motora , InfereatlnJ Opportunity to Study Facial Appearance of he Mai j red President phs of ai various roinis 01 iue. When l tm . v . i. .. . called a. hrf7 ot mRht be the term .T',ar "cceptance of -hen Tt'oi ifT W mum bail 1 , w many tme he during! POf"1 ,or th0 " .rU.t tire nuin! 'eenlr' mr. of hi. ac nJT h re.,U' "r to the ap- unk.?VeKn,.,,ow ,nd turaln ip in iome old album or store ?DI ltho8 'e number I. al ii, Vg?;,lt 18 hard to te nave yet all been found. '?!!e tb0 hotR"Pner" wan busy recording on the sensitive plate the Image of hi. distinguished subject, the engraver was not Idle, and as a result there are over 200 different engraved portrait, of Lincoln known to col lectors. Many of these pictures are. however, hardly worthy of considera tion, aa they are really but poor eoplea. with Borne .light change In costume or pose, from celebrated orig inals. The wide field of Lincoln portraiture really offer, an Interesting opportunity for the careful study of his facial ap pearan...

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