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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 11 February 1904

CONSTANT ACHING. Back acnas all tba Urn. BpolU y o r sppaUts; wearies ths body, worries tb mind. Kidneys cairn It all, and Doan's Kidney PIUs re Hct and cur It. H. B. McCarr er, of 101 Cherry at, Portland, Oregon, inspector of freight for tbe Trans Continen tal Co., sari: "1 naed Dean's Kid ner Pill for backache and other symptoms of Kidney trouble which bad annoyed me for mouths. I think a cold was responsible for tha whole trouble. It teemed to settle In my kldncyi. Doan's Kidney Mils rooted It out. It la several monthi Ince 1 used them, and tip to data there bas been no recurrence of the trouble." Doan's Kidney Pills for tale by an dealer. Price, SO cents per box. Foe-ter-Mllburn Co., Buffalo. N. Y. Children Overdressed. There was a time when the small boy's greatest happiness consisted In going about In bis bar feet. The present-day boy wears shoes, and It Is quite a novelty to see a shoeless lad.. Whereas In former times the average boy underdresaed, to-day he Is overdressed. 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. — 11 February 1904

Farm for Sale. Farm consisting of 146 acres, SC aero de?trid, ; t),POo Wjod cis tern, good , i,0UBe nn(1 l)!lrlli fence all fu nrood npair. located 1 milosi . went of llotiek. For pivtieulura apply to Win. Hart man, Houck, Mo. FAM FO SALE. . A farm of 100 acres in lots 15 nnd 22, tp. 32, r. 12, about 4; milen northwest of Jaeknon, on a good county road, 120 acre:) in cultivation, and 40 acres of pood timber. For particulars, apply at thia office. Teachers' Meeting. Tho ext meeting of tho For ward Movement Teachers' nsso ciation will be hold in tho Jackson eon public school building Feb ruary 1M at 10 a. m. After hearing the reports of committees, we ahull be lavore. with un addretiH by Rev. Oniron. Mit'Oftiy every teiic her in the county but school director, friends of tho public school xys tooi ;and all others interested in education C uro earnestly re quested,, to be present. il'uooRAM CoMiirn;i:. llrltona Oronltm Tnll.r, lielmv Will I found the MullNtie of til avcri.fr luMKhV f I...

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. — 11 February 1904

re,r Origin of the Valentine. IV)low You will find a brief His tory of the Girl who Invented the firnt American Valentine. This was Published in the La dies' Homo Journal February, l.M. Most people who buy the' elitb- i unite utid tu-tiHiie valentines that! fill the Bhojui early in February, aiuioujja mtent on rei.iring a quaint old ruHt.in, probably do nut realize that the manufacture of valentines to-day is'trfe Result of a woman'n cleverness and in genuity in tbe early ;r-irt of the last century. It may interest them to know, therefore, iluit.the first fancy valentine ever made in America was the work of Wins lather A. Howland, who in mak ing it not only achieved her for tune, but also established an en tire new kndajstry in this country. Of course the old custom of ob serving the name-day of the Saint, is much older than Miss Howland is even older than America, if wo may believe the encyclopaedias. The kind of val entine sent, however, has varied, like other fashions, with the y...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 11 February 1904

JACKSON HERALD. " REPUBLICAN IN POLITICS. ft, F. LtTSK.. ......Publisher Entered at the postofflee at Jack, on. Ma, M second-class matter No vemfeer 4, 18)7. PHONES: Office ...i Residence .148 .142 Term for the Herald are a follows: For on year....... , $1.00 Six months....,,,., 4 5q Three month 3U Advertising Rate: Locals Cc per Una each Insertion. Profeelonal Card II por year. Legal Advertisements- legal rates. Display ad. rates mad known on application. THE MARKET REPORT. A Summarized Report Covering the Prevailing Conditions. GRAIN 8t. Louis. WnnAT No. 3 red ! " No. a red P3 " No. 8 hard M " No. 3 hard NO Cons No. 3 mixed 44I " No. 3 mixed 4a S " No. 3 yellow 44 " No. 3 yellow 42! " No. 2 white 40 " No. 8 white 44 Oats No. 3 mixed 4o'4 " No. 3 mixed 30 ! " No. i white i " No. 4 white 40 V II ve No. 3 50 Chicago. WimAT No. 2 spring 07 " No. 3 spring 7 No 8 red ('4fiN No. 3 47 " No. 2 yellow 4S Oats No. 3 4.'i No. 3 white 4V " No. 3 white n Kyk No. 3 r,7 Baui.ky Fair to choice wai...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 11 February 1904

WRECK IS CAUSED BY SEVERE COLD One Man Killed and Thirteen Injured Near Miller, Kas, EFFORT TO PROVE AN ALIBI 0DELL REFUSES EXTRADITION OF ZIEGLER TAFT BECOMES SECRETARY OF WAR Short New. Stories J IN DEFENSE OF BUTLER Jury It Selected and Preliminary Evidence Is Heard. r Wlr.t and Co.. Decides Baking1 Powder Magnate Is Not Fugitive From Justice. General Chaffee, Chief of Staff, Superintends Ceremonies. TAKING OF TESTIMONY BEGINS IN BUTLER TRIAL Fulton, Mo.: The hearing of testi mony In the case of Kdward Butler. Indicted for boodllng In the city of 8t Louis, was begun In thu circuit court here Tuesday afternoon about 4 o'clock. E. 8. Jeffries, secretary of the city council, St. Ixnils, was the first witness. lie read from the records the famous lighting bill. No. 44; gave testimony as to the oath of the mem bers of the house of delegates and other Information along kindred pre liminary linos. The other witnesses called were Walter Edwards, secretary of the Board of Public Improveme...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 11 February 1904

li f Mi Jackson Herald. . RierVHUCAM IX fotlTICr, . ,B K.'LUsK..;... PUlLIMI),!! ntrv .1 tlifr i,u.,(i,.v at JiMm.1Iflu,r KUinPIK'U.M. .. vanaast Terms tor t,tie JImkai.d are ;u lows: Foroneyear,..,.....;.t-- ' ' ( fill months...... 'f(U Three moniu ; '" ',, Advbktisiko Rat eh: LocnN . per llm each Insertion. Professional Card f ft per year. Letral Advorti-c-nrnnt-lep'l rates. Display ,,d rate Hindu known on application. JACKSON, MO., VV.. 11. im,4. CONVENTIONS?" Republican, National Conven tion meets at Chicago June 21. Republican State. Convention, :to elect delegates to the Nati'.nul Convention, meets at Kaunas .City March 22. '.Congressional Convention, to nominnte a Congressman for t'.i fourteenth district, meets at I ' . larBluf May 10. The jury in the Ed Butler case returned a verdict of not guilty V. T. Tyndaix of ChriHtian county is a candidate for con ; gross in the fourteenth congres i. eional district. Why is it that those men who are trying to get up llawes clulm nay th...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 18 February 1904

13. F. LUSK, Editor. , IN THE INTEREST OK THE PEOPLE AND THE REPUBLICAN PARTY. $1.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE .JACKSON. MISSOURI, TIlUliSbAY. FEHKUAHY 18, 1904. VOL. VII. tI' -i NO. 15 ... t. L O C A LS Wheat 0Tc. to-day. R. L. Dikcrson is going to move to Grand Junction lo. For sale 100 acre farm within 4 miles of Jackson. Apply at this office. Hugh Roberts of Advance was a pleasant caller at our office Monday. Everything in the millinery line, fancy articles, etc., reduced to the lowest profitable price at Morgan sisters. i W. J. Roberts of Oak Ridge had business with vthe probate court last weok. Yon can get no better fence for your farm than the Pittsburg Perfect wire. C W. IIexdekson. Mrs. M. P. KiTksey end chil dren went to Corning, Ark-, last week on a visit to relatives. To advertise our work we will make high grade photos at $2.00 per dozen cabinet size for one week only. At Ho4oomb''s studio, over Jones drug store. The Fraternal Order of Colo nials has the bost plan of insur ance...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 18 February 1904

THE RUSSO-JAPANESE WAR APPEALS TO RUSSIANS Ciar Calla Vpon Hi People to Up hold the Government in the Conflict with Japan. RntrvM in All Part of the Vast Empire Have Been Sum moned to the Color. -' The rr.f.r has answered Japan's per emptory challenge to arm and order ed hid armies and fleets In the far east to meet force with force. The empire I responding to the call of the czar. The acenea of Intense patriotism which accompanied the declaration of war against Turkey In J 877 arc being repeated In all part of the empire. From Kief, Odessa, TORPEDO FLOTILLA KharkofT. Ekaterlnoslav. and Moscow come stories of patriotic demonstra tloiiH. Thu war (ever has seized upon 1ho people. Public halls and other festivities havo been countermanded nnd the Red Cross society Is be sieged with women ready to go to the front, as nurses. The czar'H first move after accept ing (lie iHHiie of war was to order the moliillzalioii of the army reserves In .east Aula. In every military illHtrlet In Eu rope...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 18 February 1904

r ' FIBROID TUMORS CURED. Mrs. Hayes First Tetter Appeal ing to Mrs. Pinkham for Helps " DearMkb. riNsnAn: Ihaye been under Boston doctor' treatment for a long time without any relief. They tell me I have a fibroid tumor. I can not sit down without great pain, and the soreness extends up my spine. I have bearing-down pains both back and front. My abdomen is swollen, and 1 bare had flowing spells for three years. My appetite Is not food. I can not walk or oe on my feet for any length of time. " The symptoms of Fibroid Tumor rWen In your little book accurately describe my case, so I write to you for advice." (Signed) Mbs. E. F. Uatks, ZSZ Dudley St (Roxbury), Boston, Mass. t Bin. Hayes Second Letter t "Dka.ii Mrs. Pi.tsbau: Sometime ago I wrote to you describing my symp toms and naked your advice. Vou re plied, and I followed all your direc tions carefully, and to-day I am a well woman. "The use of Lydln K. Plnkham'a Vegetable Compound entirely ex pelled the tumor and strengthened my ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 18 February 1904

CAMPAIGN OPENED. The Republican Campaign of Mis souri for 1 904 opened at Kansas City. ADDRESS OF HON. JNO. A. SNIDER Delivered at the Banquet of the Young Re publican Club February 12, 1904. jutt ituhp, hh we are, under the leailr.liipolM)m one oi our mimlwr who by actual exrience 1i.ih learned the arts of our political warfare, march against the broken ranks of Dem ocracy in Missouri a ml outstrip them at every point. In political warfare, a in actual warfare, the com mander in chief of the forces Khould, in my judgment, be selected with great care. If we have among our numbers a Republican in whose nature are found the elements of leadership, a careful, conscientious and conservative, yet stern, aggressive and determined leader, this man should by common consent be placed at the head of the great army 'of Republicans, who are ready to do battle and are anxious 'for the fray in the coming campaign m Missouri. A com- The Republican Campaign for 1W4 in Missouri opened, uiander who c...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 18 February 1904

From Oak Ridge. As I eee but little correspon dence from the neighborhood of Oak Ridge I thought I would help fill up the columns of your paper, which I think I think is the best paper in Cape county. I have been a reader of it ever since it was established in Jackson un dur the leadership of Mr. Wilkin son. I have ample opportunity to write as I am confined indoors on account of bad woather and a wound I roceived from a fall I got carrying a load of wood, which bruised one side of my faoe pretty badly. . While sitting calmly in my house and looking out of the window I see the beautiful snow, covering the whole face of the earth and see a few brown loaves that are Btill clinging to their stems. I look upon these things with admiration and lovliness, but alas, all of these lovely things are mingled with sadness. For while I am musing upon these things 1 hear the Kurreville boll toling the death knell of the dead. Three in that neighbor hood have passed away during the past week. The ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 18 February 1904

JACKSON HERALD. REPUBLICAN IN POLITICS. B. F. LUSK..;. Publisher Entered at tho postofflco at Jack, on, Mo., m second-class matter No vember , 1S97. PHONES: Office , ...148 Residence 142 Term for the Herald are an follows: Pur on year 11.00 8lx month! .!0 Three month 30 Advertising Hates: lcals 6c. por line each Insertion. Profeslonal Card 15 per year. Legal Advertisements legal rate. Display ad. ratea made known on application. THE MARKET REPORT. A Summarized Report Covering tha Prevailing Conditions. GRAIN 6t. Louis. V Hit AT No 2 red i " No. 3 red ! ' " No. 8 hard 8T " No. S hard 81 Con No. S mixed 47tf No. 9 mixed 4i " No. 2 yellow 47" " No. .1 vcllow 45 " No. "white 47!,' " No. 3 white 40 Oats No. 3 mixed 44 " No. 3 mixed 41 " No. a white 46 " No. 4 white 43H' liiK -.'o, a ai,' Chicago. Wiikai- No. 2 spring " No. 3 spring M No S red K'i Cons No. 2 f.U No. 2 yellow !0?i UA I8 No. 2 .' 4i; No. a white 45U ' " No. 3 while 44 ItVK -No. 2 CI S' llAKi.KY Fair to choice malting. ..to)...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 18 February 1904

JAPANESE SEIZE TWO; ' DISABLE SEVEN SHIPS Two Russian Men-of-War Haul Down Plage at Chemulpo. m. Petersburg, Feb. 10, 1 a, m. Tho following official bulletin baa JUHt bnem fcwued In the form of a telegram from Viceroy Aloxloff's chief ot ataff, Hated February 9: order of the viceroy, I beg to report that this day, at about 11 o'ctock In the morning, a Japanese squadron, consisting ot about 16 battle .ships and cruisers, approached Port Arthur and opened Ore. The enemy was received with a cannonade from ho shorn batteries and the guns ot our tinadron, which also participated In the ungagement. "At about midday the Japaneso nanaAron ceased its fire and loft, pro ceeding south. "Oar losses la the fleet were two officers wounded, nine men hilled and forty-ono men wounded. The battle rMb Poltava and the cruiser Novlk eaoh had a bole knocked in her side hoiew the water line. The forts were slightly damaged. "MAJOR GENERAL FLTJG. It Bocond telegram was received at i:10 a. m. from Viceroy A...

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. — 18 February 1904

0 4 I . f s 8 1" Jackson II icuai-ik; RKI'UHI.K AN 1 MlLITIf; j Fifty Years Standard B. t L ' 1 K . , . KntnrK at the ixMHoflfp Jam". i as acont"-ln ttt' Siiv.mlu't 4. IMf Otl'-e M-nlaVlwfl. .,... JACKSON', M i VV.n. 1. VMM. j -i . .... tJ ; . .. U) : i THfc Tlrnublicau precinct meet ! Ing8 will be held ba'imlay. How the people do want a chance at the Jefferson City ma chine. Will they pot it? Let us have a full turnout of Hcpublicane at the precinct meetings in Byrd township 8at ' urday. ' Wim.iam J. Lemp a multi-mill-lonare brewer, committed suicide by hliootlng himself at his homo in St. Louis last Sunday. Wk notice in the C- B that Judze II. C. Riley Wants a third term uh Circuit Judge. What are you court'house Democrats, who I have heard talk about being op posed to an officer holding more than two terms, going to do about it? j Give us a candidate who saysj what he wants and goes after it, i rather than those fellow, who never want anything and are quietly working for some off...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 25 February 1904

i he ioo Tme Jackson IH Hon V 'ed itor hat : 13. F. LUSK, Kditor." IN THK INTEREST OF THE PEOPLE AND THE REPUBLICAN PARTY. $1.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE VOL. VH. JACKSON. MISSOURI. THURSDAY, FKlUtUAttY 2Tt04. M)TlG L ) C A L S Vt'hcalSlOO to-day. br. Loo Hunt has moved to Naylor. For homemado hominy call at McAUoe A P.uerklo. Mrs. Kate Schmuke is on the sick lint. For sale 160 acre farm within 4 milos of Jackson. Apply at this office. 1). P. Bailey moved into the C. G. Kies property in East Jack son yesterday. Yon can get no better fence for ymir farm than the Pittsburg Perfect wire. C. W. Hknderson. Prof. T. E. McNeely of Far mington spent Sunday with his fa-raily in Jackson. Frank Drum has bought the Flynn place and will erwvw to it as sot as the weather permit. To advertise our work wo will maloa high grade photos at $2.00 per dozen cabinet size for one week only. At Holeomb's studio, over Jones' drug store. See the call of the Republican central committee in this issue. They meet next...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 25 February 1904

B. t vi : qi B 8 1 JACKSON HERALD. REPUBLICAN IN POLITICS. B. P. MJSK Publisher Entered at the postofTlco at Jack, sun. Mo., as Socond-cla.il Walter No Tender 4, 1807. PHONES: Omco Hs Residence J42 Terms for tho Herald are an follows: For ono your $1.00 Six months 50 Thrco bombs 30 Advertising Hates: Uicals Cc per lino each Insertion, Profeslonal Card 15 per yi'nr. Legal Advertisement legal rote. Display n-1. rates mado known on application. THE MARKET REPORT. A Summarized Report Covering (ha Prevailing Conditions. GRAIN St. Louij. Wiikat No. ! tod SI. OS No. 3 red 1.0) " No. - hard 92 No. 3 liiud S!) Cons- No. 3 mixed in No. 3 mivil tl'i " No. 1! yellow 4U " No. 3 yellow 4:i'- " No. i white 4ii' " No. .! while 4t'i A rs Nu. 2 llliod 4.1 " No. 3 mixed 41 No. white 44'i " No. 1 white 4:i.'4 Kvk- No. a .'. Chicago. AViiKAr . No. ? spring- No. :t spring '. No '.' red. '.''' Cons -No 2 ! No. " yelliut f.o Oats No V .' No. 2 white 43 ' No. 3 white 44 Ktt-No. 5 M IIaiii i.v Fair to choice...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 25 February 1904

Ice'; f Jon f ilim I: the 1 itor ;; i.t f Jon PHYSICIANS' LONG FIGHT IS ENDED ENGLAND ORDERS HARBOR CLEVELAND WAS A SILENT WAR THREATENS ALL OF ZUROPE RUSSIANS OCCUPY WIJU AND DESERT PORT ARTHUR FORTIFICATIONS MANNED CITY AT HANNA FUNERAL Ohio Senator Breathed His Last Mon day Evening. Orders Every Member of the Boyal Sultan of Turkey Addresses Powers and Prepares for Hostilities. Russian War Base Has Been Changed to Harbin. Washington: Senator Marcus Alonzo Manna died at twenty minute to 7 Monday evening. Death came pain lessly and so quietly that even the watchers dirt not know he wa going. It was like the fluttering out of a lamp. For mora than twenty-four hours the dlntmgulshed patient had been kept alive by Btltnulnnts and other artificial mums, and these only served to pro long a state whleU was described In .tho words of one of the physicians an "just outside the pale." Me did not regain consciousness aftor Sunday afternoon, and psssod away without a murmur or a moan. Thnro h...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 25 February 1904

Real Estate Transfer. I Herman Mncko to Matilda i Mncke, 80 acres in seo 2, tp. 29, Amelia C. Kassell to William r ut gixj; also 7 acres in Hec r II; SI, 500. Flora D. Clippard and husband ti Bertha. D. Musters, lot in Mor gan's 2d addition to Jackson; $1,800 W el'sU'r Hand d and wlo to J. jr. Kandol, .'30 acres in survey No. 7r.8tp HI,, r 13; SO'K). TliD.iui.s J. Browning and wifo to Frank M.. Cox ,,80 acres in see 0, tp 23, r 12; 83,(w0. J. C. MeCollisler to John I Kl lis, -10 acres in nee 27, tp 33, r 12; f700. I'oter Wills und wifo to Robert A. WilN, 10 acres in sec 23, tp 33. r II :S.7J0. Hirsclt Uriithers Merc. & I'rov. Co. to Alice U. IV'iinitt lot 4 in Hluok )'. Capo Capo liirardeau; 3,00 J. Linus .S:inford jr. and Julia A. Sanfui'd lo First National Hank of Capu Girardeau an undivided W interest in lot 1, blk I, L ape Girardeau ;!?o,000. Tlieo V, .Scho.'l ami viO to William II. S'r.-lioll all of their un divided half interest in tjO act'os in seo 1, tp33. r 13; $100. U ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 25 February 1904

'.I ..J fc Educational. I am informed tliut tlio adoption of county school supervision of schools will be voted on nt tho "Why, yes Natural Inference. Bobby "Say, Mamma, was the baby sent down from Heaven?' approaching annual school meet jngs in your cnu.ity. If ho, per mit inn to 'call iittention to tho paramount sr-i.ool question for your county U'iih.mt. f)x(!fiiunn counuos j . - a Hobby "Tlmy like to have it q -iet up there don't they?" He Worked the Bank. A tiinr. calling himself a farmer I fl fit U ill. mm nf it.n r .... uti i .... I . . i n i iv nvNnuii; ut. till! v ill IJ.'l 1 1 i:i pi i, ,,,; umi.i-v winn employ hotter ... - . .. ' 'o . r.'ulo for nnHtimn. Klntino- tlint ha Whera. have better equipment, ; , . . ' ' t , , I : iiju money in u v-ape uirarueau better intere.l,!...,.., he end- , dren, mure promot and regular Q(inpvj(,ve .,)st weck b u, attendance, l-ny live c.Ues em- j R tf) & ploy fifty-four educational ' got thrt ,nonoy an1 then wopkod i . . : t ... m mifw...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 25 February 1904

I ENGLISH ANARCHIST WHO IS I LIKELY TO DE DEPORTED CHICAGO GIRL FIRST LOVE OF GERMAN CROWN PRINCE MISSOURI CORN SHOW AWARDS PRIZES HOWARD COUNTY CIRCULATING PETITIONS Lewis County Takes the First Price for Best County Display. Citizens Ask State's Senators and Congressmen for Good Roads. 1 Missouri Doing's lwm0m .if v i s r ' JOMN TUENEB John TurnT, In whoso behalf the Amorlrnn Fi deration of Ijibo.- is working, Iiuh stated repeatedly Hint he in an anarchist who "disbelieves In organized government." Ho la the general secretary of tho Shop Assist ants' association (retail clerks) of GOES TO REAL WARFARE. Opt. Putnam Bradlee Strong Looks for No Favors. It Is said tlml I'litnani Hradloo Sluing, Willi whom May Yohc (I July Francis llopol eloped, tin? consequent scandal trailing our four continents, lias lort Paris to take command of a regiment in tin- Japanese army. Strong Is a son of ex Mayor Strong of Now York city ami was a major In tin- United States oliintccm. After ward lio joine...

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