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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 25 February 1904

Mrs. Haskell, Worthy pendent Order Good Templars, of Silver Lake, Mass., tells of her cure by the use of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. " De in Ir. PlMKnavf: Four years afro I was nearly dead with Inflam mation and ulceration. I endured daily untold agony, and life wan a burden to mo. I had used medicines and washes Internally and externally until I made tin my mind that there was no relief for me. Calling at the homo of a friend, I noticed a bottle of Lytlin E. i'inklinm's Vcg.'fciblo Compound. My friend endorsed it highly and I decided to give it a triul to see if it would help me. It t ok patience and perneverenee for I was in bad condition, and I used I-.j'ii: K. Pink ham's. ecretaMe Compound for nearly five months bo fore I was cured, but what a change, from der.pair to happiness, from misery to the delightful exhilarating feeling health alwnys brings. 1 would not change back fur a thousand dollars, and your Vegetable Compound is ft grand medicine. ' 1 wish every sick w...

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. — 25 February 1904

A Vj ! Q I Jackson Hkuald. ItBl'UBI.Il AN IN I'OLITK . 11 V. LIISK , I'UHMHIIKII Knit- r lh ixMtfiflif nf Jncnnn. Mo., I.MH.w mtitU'i NnvrmlMT 4 l.W7. JACKSON. MO . I'Blt. Uux Rt:iioi.PH, the Union bunk robbtT waa recaptured in Kansas last week. Pkrrv S. IIkath has resigned as secretary of the National Re publican committee. Joseph Fi.k seems to be losing out, Reod is the coming Demo cratic candidate for governor. The lH-mocruts of this county Will hold primaries for the nomi nation of state and county officers on April 30. The Republicans held their precinct meetings all over the county last Saturday and at every place harmony and good feeling prevailed. Chairman T . J. A kino will soon issue a call for tho State Repub lican ceutral committee to meet nt Kansas City March 21. The committee at this meeting will net the date for the State and Judicial conventions. The Republican county con vention to elect delegates to the Kansas City convention March 22, and tho congressional con ven...

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. — 3 March 1904

Jack son 13. F. LU8K, KOitor. IN THF INTEREST OF THE PEOPLE AND THE REPUBLICAN PARTY. $1.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE VOL. VII. JACKSON. MISSOURI, THURSDAY. MARCH 3. 1904. rsO. 17 L O C A L S Wheat 98o to-day. Wilson 8nider is now clerking for 8.. W. Brown..- For homemade hominy call at Mo Attoe A Buerkle. Mrs. L. N. Torrence of Veat Jaokspn ia quits sick with the grip. For sale 100 acre farm within 4 milos of Jackson. Apply nt this office. Reva. A. T. Osbron and R. L. Russell and wives visited at the Cape Tuesday. Win. B. Srhnrfor will go to St; Louia the Inst of tho wtuk to buy his spring good. A splendid nss'ii-tment of laces and embroideries nt low prices. G. Mi L TLN HKKOER & Co. Dr. F. Brase was called to see the wife of Chas. Bartels of Houck on last Saturday. Monroe Link of Millerville, one of our beat subscribers, called on us last Saturday. Yon can get no better fence for your farm than the Pittsburg Perfect wire. C. W. Henderson. We note from the Puxioo Index that our friends...

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. — 3 March 1904

I JURY IS SELECTED TO TRY BARRINGTON Court I Holding Night Sessions to . Hurry Trial Along. JAPANESE MARCHING PING YANG PANIC-STRICKEN? TO DEPOSE KOREA'S RULER Forty Thousand More Japanese Have Landed at Chemulpo. . THROUGH MANCHURIA Japanese Again Use the Enemy's Signals Sucessfully. . If Successful, Will Completely Dl- Tide Russian Forrces. RUSSIA LOSES TWO MORE BATTLE SHIPS J1ACIIEN AND CONFEDERATES PRONOUNCED GUILTY BY JURY l . li . . I .... . ! Washington: "Guilty as Indicted" as the words "guilty as Indicted" fell 0 It fight i ' -5"t the sery "Every The Jury that will try "I-oreF' F. Bey . niour Barrlngton on the charge'., of ;- murdering James I'. McCann at Hon ft Is ! quarry ou the nlRht of June 18, last, t was selected and sworn In at 10:20 j o'clock Thursday morning at Clayton, i The following are the ones selected to : nervo: II. Hehollmoyer, Spanish lMke, farmer; Charles Barbee. Strattman, farmer; Ernie Poorlner, drover, form- (r; Henry 1. Aff, MohlvUlo, farmer; Oeorgc I...

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

IN A PRAIRIE LAND. (Editorial Correspondence. Moos Jaw, Asslnibola. Farmers' Review, Chicago, July 22, 1903. Most ot the prairies In the United State have ceased to exist. Man has broken them up with orchardi, for ests and farm buildings. But in Western Canada the prairies atlll stretch grandly from horizon to hori zon as yet unmarred by the hand of man, Bavo where the Iron road haa been laid. To a city man there is something deliclmisljr restful about the vast grassy solitudes. ' Numerous clumps ot trees mark the course of tbo Asslnlbolne river, which keeps In sight of the railroad for some distance, "Grass Is one of the notable things bout all tho landscape of Western Canada. It Is a remarkable fact that the entire length of the Canadian Pa ClflO railway from Its eastern termi nus to the Rocky Mountains Is over plains where grass grows. Tho sage brush appears at some points, but never to the exclusion of grass. There Is thus not a mile of this country that cannot bo used for ho in...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 3 March 1904

V' 1 tt . ! 1 M 4 : 1 w ( i t l.i i f t i J k J. 1 ! i t 1 1 i . ii i i D u '. 8 rt i i ; a ' :l 's ! I' 1 1 U It Farm for Sale. Farm of 110 acres two miles northwest from Fruitland. Fine Block farm. Alio tract of 98 woren, 30 . of which fa timber. Address R. M. Snwyer, Jackson, Mo. A. L. C Note. l"h Bdcond open Hestjion of the Amateur Literary club of Millers Ville was held last Friday eve ning, February 20, and was largely attended by the people of the neighborhood. The following program was rendered by the ta embers i Violin and Guitar Duott W. P. Stearns and O. W. Howard. Declaration "The Maid of Orleans" Carl Hendricks. Vocal Trio "Mount Vernon Bells" Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cure ton and Pearl Stearns. Farce Comody A mock trial, "Breach of Promise" Judge, Edgar Miller; plaintiff, Ada Rey nolds jdefendant, Luther Howard ; lawyers, George Howard and Joel Nunn; witnesses, Miss Mabrey, Mvrtlo Stearns and Lorenzo Howard. Vocal Duet "A Song of tho South" Carrio Snider and V. P. Stearns. De...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 3 March 1904

:o Syfttem Excurtlon. j 1 and 15 from Cape ON Mo., and Thebes, 111., iahoma and Indian tern and intermediate points: ?ay $8.60, round trip 15; is; One way round lowest rates ever from &i.napdoau. Liberal stop wiivfleccs and 21 days' round triD tickets. r further particulars address t Pe, General Paasenger U Cape Girardeau. I tlJard Memorial Meeting. L Wfflird memorial meeting by the W. C. T. U. last day afternoon was well at- (mil mm wiv i'- & j leired. The address on "Miss lard's Life" by Rev. Osbron fine. He showed forth her ...... as a noble and glorious life, iron which we can learn lcs- la. Jbe tnougni mw im seed ttibe writer much, if not most, was: Do what you can ' ire jou are, live a useful life J &'m a beautiful death as did j La tt'iUlard. The songs by the In. L. tfhowad saaeJl draining. he recitatiera by Charlie ipard and Hand Hnrn were fy appropriate to h .at casiou were qpoken very nicely, the poem by Muss Ruby Ljiw was excellent. J be were very impressive, ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 3 March 1904

- M .Si i 1 b ; i: i i 1 1 i :i 1 i! JACKSON HERALD. REPUBLICAN IN POLITIC9. B. F. LUSK.. .Publisher Entered at the postofllco lit Jack con, Mo., nil second-class matter No vember 4, 1897. PHONES: Office .148 Residence .... .142 Terms for the Herald arc as fellows: For one year $1.00 Vlx months r0 Tbreo mania 30 Advertising Kates: taenia fie per lino each Insertion. Profef lonal Card 15 ior year. Legal Advertisements legal rates. Display ad. rates made known on application. THE MARKET REPORT. A Summarized Report Covering th Prevailing Conditions. GRAIN St. Louis. Wheat No. 2 rod SI. in No. 3 red 107 " No. 2 linrd .'' " No. 3 hard tm ColtN No. 3 mixril 47,S No. 3 mixed 45 No. 3 yellow " No. 3 yellow 4S , " No. 2 'white 41 No. 3 white -'l Oath- No. 8 mixed 43' " No. 3 mixed 41. S No. 2 white 45 " No. 4 white 41',' It IK-No. 2 01 Chicago. Wiif.at- No. 3 spring $1.07 ' No. 3 spring 1.02 o 2 red 3 .'. Colts -No. 2 f, Ni. 2 yellow Oats -No. 2 " 43 ' " No. 2 white 4'. " No. .1 white 4iS' I...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 3 March 1904

LOUIS EXPOSITION WILL BE GREATEST EVER HELD ON EARTH NATIONAL soo HOB HAVE TROUBLE ID DON KIDNEY ion AT 7 KlffiV IT: Estimated Cost, Exclusive 'of the Value of the Exhibits, Is from Forty to Fifty Million Dollars Miles of Wonderful Displays 'in More Than Twenty Buildings. Matters Before the Senate and House Briefly Set Forth. WASHINGTON It Is now a little more than two months before the gates will oprn ujwn the World'! Kn'r bt St Louis and the public will be Invited to see the greatest exposition that has ever been created. The vast exhibit palaces are complete and many of them have been ftnlshod for several months. Within the next tro months all of them are to tie brightened with new coats of paint no that, on the opeulng day, the magnificent array of palaces will ap pear as fresh as a nowly blossomed rose. No onr, no matter how vivid tils Im agination, can picture to himself the ncenc tlmt will be presented when the Exposition Is complete The more one sees this fcreat collection o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 3 March 1904

i ; ! i I . ' I t i I : i t thl Jackson Herald. ItKI'UBMCAN H 1-OLITIC4. n. F. LUSK. . riiiit.ittuKh KnMrrC t h. ixmtofllre t .rn, Mo., ft kaDd-rlM nintMir Ninil)or 4. 1x87. omcf) 14ft Hi d neig , it Folk that th pport H he is i We cart believl Lcana wl i or. Le ijlican, i find f mir VOtil his whisk win if w must. ependent 1 ill ' not V and learm . man tha nast obse or an idi mt to bo all make dge. ... An not friend in t week. ie u.n told mn in the q he already H ka on our I 3e we shall j ero "hogged" nlinn. b JUU ' nil NOV .11 . rff 111 "the wl he Bupreme la ear ua agan! any Republic e oav Id eoorea to e has U ... issue ol v IUO , , 1001 is "un100 BvpOBmentH wilir J he troubles ol i? v v.in,d the sen Terms (or the Hhiiald urc as rl- i'or imo year.... 1.00 Pi month .'. Tliroo inonlh 30 ADVKUTTS'V KATK8! LocbU l tut line eneli insertion. Priifi'siiloniil Card j k r year. Loiril Advertle ; tuenta -lcif il rate. I iilny lid rnlM ' znnUc known on npplicaliou. CONVENTION'S. Republican Na...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 10 March 1904

CE The Jackson Meimlid. Ion tlon the rd- ttf Jiat Kth- don l-rr- ted. tent B. LUSK, Euitor. IN THE INTERE8T OF THE PEOPLE AND THE REPUBLICAN PARTY. S1.0 A VI ; !: VOL. VII. .JACKSON. MISSOURI, THURSDAY. MARCH 10, YM)l. NO. L O C A L S Wheat 93c to-day. County court proceedings next week. For homemade hominy call at MeAttce & TJuerklo. .1. R. Proffer of Whitewater called on us Monday. For stile 1(50 acre farm within 4 miles of Jackson. Apply ut this office. F. M. Snider of Clippard gave uh a friendly visit Tuesday. Ask to we our line of new ppring Huits. Bruoning A .Kerstner D. G. Co. Mrs. II. M. Sawyer went to Lutesville yesterday on a visit. A splendid assortment of laces and embroideries at low prices. (J. Mlt.TENIIKllGI-R & Co. A. E. Poinsett and little son made our offico a pleasant call Tuesday. Miss Gertrude Belmar closed a successful school at Poplar Grove , last week. Yon can get no better fence for your farm than the Pittsburg Perfect wire. C. W. Henderson. II. II. ...

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. — 10 March 1904

WISCONSIN VETERANS MOURN LOSS OF THEIR WAR-TIME MASCOT PROPOSED AMENDMENTS TO STATE CONSTITUTION DEATH CAME A DAY AFTER HIS SEVENTIETH BIRTHDAY LESSON ELEVEN MARCH 13. Missouri Doings it. Governmental Reforms the People WU1 Vote on at the next Election. Jefferson City, Mo.: Little attention thus far has been given to the pro posed amendments to the constitution .which are to be submitted to the voters tt the ensuing election, though they are of more than ordinary Interest and importance. One of them Seeks to provide for free school books; another to crcnlo a fund fur the building of a State rapltol; one relates to the In lative and referendum; one recom mends the establishment of a national military park, and another seeks to escape from the influence tho railroad iaxs Is supposed to exert over State officials, tho Judiciary, members of the General Assembly, officials of the K tin i! Institutions, and certain county officers, by compelling the railroad companies to Brant free pauses...

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. — 10 March 1904

'J V INTERESTING TO AMERICANS. Weatern Canada Will 8oort Become the Supply Depot for Wheat for Great Britain. During the pait year about 60.000 Americana went from - the United Btatet to Canada. Mont of tbesa act tied upon farm lands, and the writer la Informed by agents of the Cana dian Government that the arealest success has followed the efforts of nearly all. To their friends on this side of tho boundary line the fullest assurance Is givon of the prosperity that Is In store for them. There will always be a splendid market for all the grain, cattle, and other produce that can be raised In Western Can ada, and with the advantages offered of n freo homestead of 160 acres of land, and other lands which may be bought cheaply, an excellent climate, splendid school system, educational advantages of tho best, what more Is required. The 'husbandman gets more return for his money than In any other country in the world. On the occasion of Sir Wilfred I-ait-rler's visit to the Corn Exchange...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 10 March 1904

Farm for Sale. Farm of 110 acres two milos northwest from Fruitland. Fine Mock farm. AIho tract of ft.'J vcrea, 30 of which is timber. Address Ii. M. Sawyer, Jackson, ' Mo. :. HUcc System Fucurt'om. March 1 and 15 from Cape Gi f rardeau, Mo., and Thehen, 111., to Oklahoma and Indian terri tory and intermediate points: One way 88.50, round trip fl5 ; to Texas: One way $10, round . trip $15. The lowest ratea ever from Capo Girardeau Liberal Btop over privileges and 21 days' limit on round trip tickets. For further particulars address V. K. I'owe, Gentral I'assenger Agent, Cnpe Girardeau. FAVORITE HOMK I'Al'KK. Established for nearly a cen tury and read regularly by more . than 5!X),0U0 persons in the west und southwest the Twice-a-Week Kepublin of Ht. Louis can justly law claim to that enviable dis , Unction, "Favorite Home I'aper." It is great because it has al- ways aimed to inform, instruct and entertain its readers on all matters of public and home in terest. In 100-1 it will bu e...

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. — 10 March 1904

T wan ' 'trokr fr n (flrl of IS. but 1 Hl'l truly "y ","t 1 vc re- t.tll It opporliiiinien mil at tie krn hrn they romp, or never, It waa l,r ppculiur ronihinn! inn of clrciim- 1 1 h t. Ii (I mi' to Co " lint I did. but I ee rUlnl.v never houlcl liu thonpht of Inch n thing If 1 hu'l not be in "clean mr" on Frank f'tHiilejr. Frank and I oi1m1 fur tlie old untlnetitnl. una wnMli-d to pet marrii'd, lint I lind li-ne evto)j " know tliHl the mull Income Hint ennnled ui to Ret Along Mnfly onMii't bepln to he blpenoiiRh for lift If e tried' to "duplex. The IteVs-rnpn fnnipnny wna brinjr fit rim out of theflrM Vy more Tlporon. rival,, eind Its afTnlm were In wretched rhape. It nionlhn 5n arrrnra with fill it employes. Te rnnpany owed Frank nil me, heffteeti tin more tlinn $000, unci only paW "ns 1n driblet enough to exist upon. So. ns I ant alone In theotTice t tint not uninier day T determined, bndly n I felt nbont it, To tell the dear boy Sun dnv evenlnff that we hud better cancel einr en...

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. — 10 March 1904

JACKSON HERALD. REPUBLICAN IN POLITICS. D. V. I.USK Vulillsher Kntrrcd nt the poaUilUce at Jack son, Mo., an BfrondcJuas matter No vember 4, 1897. PHONES: Dfflco M Residence 142 TorroH fur tho llcralil arc ns f.illov: For ono year $1.00 Hix months .',0 Tlirce nv.mthM...; 3(1 AilvrrllflnR Kates: I,cal. Co pi-r lino cafh insertion. I'rofrithinal Card !i jicr year. Legal Advertisements lep.al ratn. Display ad. rates mailo known on Apnllrntron. THE MARKET REPORT. A Summarized Report Covering Prevailing Condition!. GRAIN St. Loui. the- Wnmr-No. 2 rod 81-11 Ni. 3 r-d 1.09 X. 3 hard W't No. 3 hard f-! tVniN- No. 3 mixed 41 " No. S iiiiid "' No. '.' yellow I " No .1 vello- : 4.1 No. 2 White 4T'I No. n white 4.V t'A'iN No. '.' mi.vpil 44 " No. 3 mixed 43 Nil '.' white 4 .". 1 ; Ni. 4 nhite 4 III f-- No. '.' 711 Chicago, Wiik I - No rinfr Sl.nl No. :i hprlnjf I 0- No red 1 ."7 Cons' No :: '1 So. yellow M Nil. '. 43 '' " No. ? u liitr I' No. 1 white 4'iS 1!m: No! 73 i:.Mil.i:v l'.iir to ehoiee...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 10 March 1904

MCCANN'S CLOTHES VIEWED BY JURY AMERICAN MARINES REPORTED SENT INTO NORTHERN KOREA MRS. -MCCANN WEEPS WHILE TESTIFYING FOES OF JAPAN THROW BOMBS Harrington' Attorney to Attack State' Identification. Witnesses Identify Garments as They Are Spread Out In Court. Women Spectators Moved to Tears by Her Grief. Minister Who Acted for Korta Za the Victim. DEFENSE OUTLINES ITS SIDE OF CASE Clayton, Mo.: The defense opened the presentalon of Its case Thursday .afternoon In the trial of "Lord" F. Sey mour Darrlngton for the murdor of hi friend and benefactor, James P. McOann. Attorney Shelley Qrover, Harrington's counsel, made a brief Ktatoinent outlining bin plans. The examination of witness was begun following his statement. With Mr. Drover's statement It be. canio apparent that the "surprise", which the defense has promised to explain the murder or disappearance of McCann baa, molted away. In his statement to the Jury Attorney Orowf said. In part: "Our theory of this ease Is simply this: If...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 10 March 1904

rl ACKSO.X l iiiiiAU). ' KKI'UHMOAN IN !!, ITK.:,. i 15. K. ..i.-lVliMsliMi Kiit.irr ;: II, e iih-ioHIi-o -it .liiriin. Mo., ft i.inii'I'Ih.'i nvuf Ni.vrmHrr 4, lii7.. Term for l lie l!k.icAl.l lift' ii.- ini- lr iirm.v ar. C . Iiliiht hi M) .:Trr in t. Iim ..'Ill .IVHTI-IN; H.ITKM: I.im'IiK III- jut iliu' c.'k li niM'i'ti 1 1. I'riii'sinhiil I '..!! .1 i r vcnr. I., ir-il Advcrii t - Iik iili -li'u 'I r.itf . ItiHplny ml rati' Ill.lllC I. II .W II I ill llijl;HMIIlll. JAfJKMO.V. M i., M.WX'Il Hi. li'OI. COXVKNTIOXS. lii-puMican National C'onvon tfoif inert at (Jliinajjfn Juno 21. Ki puMi' ;m Slain Convention, tri duel ilek-jratM t tlio National Coim-minn, i:i"i t-i . iit. ;iii...'is City Man !! 22. I'liPjriv.-f-iinMal 'm oiilioii, to nominate a t'lin.-cs.-iinan for llie f m i In'tuli 'i -I rii-t, n:u !h at iVp lar i.'.lall' May l'. ANNOUNCEMENTS. I I lt Hill'KIKF. We are auiliorieil to unnoiiiiee J-'. A. Kae as a ranlM.itu fop .!. pil'f of C.i.e (Jirai-'leau county, ;i!jeet to the ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 17 March 1904

Ime Jackson Meisalied, D. F. LUSK, Editor. IN THE INTEREST OP THE PEOPLE AND THE REPUBLICAN PARTY. Sl.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE VOL. VI L JACKSON, MISSOURI, THURSDAY. MARCH 17, 190 J. NO. lii We pay cash .for produce Jackson Store Company, The place where your dollar goes farthest. Our second annual opening of Spring and Millinery Goods will take place Friday, March 25, and Saturday, March 26. comb on Our stock of Millinery Good will be larger than evw before and will furnish nn unusually large raugo of prices and styles nbined service of Miss Clark and Miss lnl will be able to accommodate all in a satisfactory manner. In addition to our Millinery Ci display: oods we will have the following A large stock of sprhig Dress Goods in the latest ntylea of Voiles, Etamines, Tweed, Coverts, Tailetas, liepps, Foulards, Lawns, Crepe, Organdies, Treoos, I'roadclotlis.Secilians, Mel roses, White Goods, Etc. Wo have but one price on Calico, and that is the best for 5c per yard. Com pare these with wh...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 17 March 1904

SOUTH DAKOTA STATESMAN ENEMY OF BEEF COMBINE Missouri Doing's ' ' ' ' ! II... I I .J mmmm i COURTIS ASKED TO OUST THE TERMINAL Attorney General Allege Tlint It Is Complete Monopoly Jefferson City. Mo.: In point of value of property Involved, the Hum tielng estimated to he more than $100. iti0.t'i. the most Important case ever m-giic-l in tin' MiHKourl state supremo -ourt was heard by that tribunal, sit ting in banc, Wednesday. This is tho omtor procectlinia Instituted against tho Terminal railroad association of St. l.ouiH by Attorney General Crow. It was nrgwvl fur tin; state by As sistant Attorney General Sam It. Jeff rie atiil for the asstviation by Judgo Ham Priest of Si. Louis anil .la lit" William M. Williams of lloonvlllc. Col. Man (Manly ami W. F. Watts, also utilise! fur the a isnoiatinn. worn pres ent but made no aigumont. The proceedings to oust the asso ciation were iri.it it tit -f by the attorney general, who alleges thai Its pun-ham if the stock of the St- lnils Mi-r-...

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