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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 17 March 1904

JL 4 i 1 r I I Miss Nettie Blackmore, Mio. neapolis, tells how any young woman may be permanently cured of monthly pains by tak ing Lydla E. Pinkham's Vege table Compound. "Yousrt WoMtx: I had frequent headaches of a scrcre nature, dark pots before tny eyes, and at my men strual period 1 suffered untold arrony. A member of the lodrre advised me to trv I,jli:. I'. riiiUlinni'H Vope tablo Compound, but I only worried rood advice and fi-it that my case was hopeless, but she l:rpt at mo until I rourrht a bottle and started taking it. 1 soon hail t'.ie ber.t reason In tlio world to change my opinion of the medicine, an each day my health im prcvesl, and finally I Was entirely with out pain at my menstruation periods. 1 am most grateful." Nirru JSi.ack wntiE, 2 Central Atc., MinncapoliH, Miun. flWOO forfeit If origin! of abov IttUr mrootitg gonnintneo con not be prodmed. If there In anything about your case about which yon Mould llko speoliit advice, write freely to Mrn. IMnkhum. She Tril...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 17 March 1904

ETHICS OF SUG GESTION IN PEDAGOGY. Delivered February 13 at Jackson, Mo., at the Forward Movement Teachers' Meeting by Rtsv. A. T. Osbron. (Requested for publication by. a unanimous vote of the Association.) Mr. President and mcmberH of the teachers' Forward Move ment aaHoolution of Capo Girardeau county: I count myself happy to be so honored by your body as to be railed upon fur an addren. I gather much inspiration from a8o cialioa with a company of pernon, characterized by such bright ness of intellect and loftiness of purpose. 1 rejoice that the seionco of pedagogy has already passed the One more experiment of thin order will doubtles be sufficient thotigh they may be given in large numbers. After the subject has seated himself in a chair proceed as follows i Say to' him, "Look mo in the eyes and concentrate your mind on the suggestion1 I shall give you. Your kneed' are stitf ; you cannot bend thorn; you are fastened to the chair; you cannot get upl Try I When the subject consent...

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. — 17 March 1904

Teachers' Examination For certificates will be held In the public school building in Jackson March 25 and 26. C. A.Macom, ' Commissioner. Notice of Election to Vote on County School Supervision. Certified copy of order. STATE OF MISSOVRl, county ok Cape girakdeau. f In the county court of said county, on the fourth day of February, 1004, tho following, among other proceedings, were hadt, Via: COUNTY SCltOOL SUPERVISION I SUBMITTED AT ANNUAL ELECTION, f Now is presented a petition signed by more than one hun dred resident freeholders of the county of Cape Girardeau, ask ing the court to cause the propo sition to adopt eounty school supervision to bo voted on at the next annual school meetings in said county on the first Tuesday in April, 1U04, as provided for by Section 9810 of the Revised School Laws (1003) of the state of Missouri, And the court hav ing duly considered the premises and being sufficiently advised of and concerning the matters and things set forth in said petition, f...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 17 March 1904

JACKSON HERALD. RSPUBLICAN IN POLITICS. D. F. LUSK. .Publisher Knlerod at tlio posiofllce at Jack on, Mo., a second-class matter No vember 4, 1H97. PHONES; Office ..." 115 Itoxldcncc 142 Terms for thn Herald are os follows: For fino year II. nu Six ninnthn 1,0 Throe IB' mt lie: . . 30 Advertising Hales: Lorain Co per line each Insertion. Profoslunal Card 1.1 per year. Legal Advertisements legal rates. Display nil. rat-b made Known tin application. THE MARKET REPORT. A Summarized Report Covering the Prevailing Conditions. GRAIN 6t. Louis. Wmkat No. S red SI 07 Xi. 3 red " Nu. 2 hard !i . " No. 11 hnnl S". tVinx No. 2 mixed 4". " No. 11 mixed 411 " Nu. yellow :.' No. ,1 yellow Vy " No. " while 4'1 j " No. .'I while 411 fA is No. 'J mixed 1 ," , " No. .'I mixed 4.' " No. '.' white 4Vj " No. 4 white 4:i Km: Nu. 2 li Chicago. Wiikat- No. 2 spiiiiff SI. 1l " No. 11 Kprin 7 No -' red J. on CollV No. -' ''! No. '.' yellow M "i tA I'S - No. '.' '. 40 No. J white 4 a " No, ,1 white 4:i : ; It...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 17 March 1904

JAPANESE AGAIN BOMBARD PORT ARTHUR Russia Warm China That Bandits Muit Be Held in Check. Tin; Japanese Thursday renewed their bombardment of Tort Arthur, having fourteen ship In action. Ad miral Alexleffs report, an well as the new dispatches on tho samp subject, enrlH nbruiitly. artir tho announce ment that tho wai ships opened fire, leaving the result of the bombard ment and the on use for tho lack of further information a matter of sur mise. From Cheloo comes again a report Hint Japanese transport havu been Keen entering tue Gulf of Mao-Tung. TiilK report has been made, several ' times since tho Japanese began their general movement of troops in Feb ruary, and may indicate that the Ml kado's men have gained a foothold on tile western side of the peninsula. If thin bo tho ra.se. th" interruption of news from PoitArthur could he t'-adlly explained. Vt'i; Admiral Kainlmuf n. who com manded tho Jiipuncsc squadron which iMim'iur.lud Vladivostok, believe that the '.hu-.dan warships who...

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. — 17 March 1904

JaOksos Hi:rald. IlKI'UnMI'AN TM I'Of.ITM B. F. LUSK I'uiimkiikh Kntert-c nt tlia pntoftlr. at JnnKann. Mo., M conrl-rltiw mnttr Norpniber 4. Iu7. JACKSON, MO., MAHCII 17. ). CONVENTIONS. Republican National Conven tion mods at Chicago June 21. Republican State Convention, to elect delegated to tho National Convention, meets at Kansas City March 22. Congressional Convention, to nominate a Congressman for tho fourteenth district, meets at Top- j lur Hluff May 10. j ANNOUNCEMENTS. I I'Oll Slll'.ttllT. ! We are authoi i.od to announce ; F. A. Kugo a a candidate for nheriff of Cape(Jirardeuu county, subject to the will of the Repub lican primaries or convention as the central committee may elect. FOll TKKASURKIl. We are authorized to announco August Ude as a candidate for treasurer of Cape Girardeau county subject to the Republican primary or convention. FOR ASSESSOR. We are authorized to announce J. F. Caldwell for re-eloetion to the office of county assessor, subject to tho Republican...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 24 March 1904

me ME12ALP. F. LUSK, Editor. . IN THE INTEREST OF THE PEOPLE AND THE REPUBLICAN PAliTY. 81.00 A YEAH IN ADVANCE VOL. Vll. JACKSON. MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MARCH 21, VJOl. M. 20 World's Fair Guessing Contest: "Will begin Saturday morning, March 20, and close at night, Jinn1 .'50, 1!K)4, and the person guessing nearest the number of locn eggs we buy on and between these dates, we will furnish a free Iron Mountain liailroad ticket from Jackson to St. Lou'ih and return, and allow said person ..ot) a day fur five days' expensen while at the fair. Second nearest will bo furnished a free Iron Mountain Railroad ticket from Jackson to St. Lotus ami return and fl.oo a day for five days' excuses. Third nearest will receive a free Iron Mountain Uailroad ticket from Jackson to St. Louis and return. Fourth nearest will receive $.'5.00 worth of Merchandise at our store. Fifth nearest will receive $2.00 worth of merchandise at our store. HULKS: Each person will be allowed one guess for each titty cents...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 24 March 1904

Missouri Doings TELLS OF DRINKING WITH THE MILLERS Circumstances Preceding Slkeston Man's Death Related by Smith. llenton, Mo.: Dr. Smith was seen In th-j Benton Jail Wednesday morning and told of the finding hy the St. toiiis chemists who examined Harry Minor's stomach. He made tho following statement: On Thursday evening Mrs. Harry Willor anJ one of the clerks In Miller's store came In after some headache tab let for Mrs. Miller, and. there being no water In the drug store. I gave her about an ounce of port wine to take with the two tablet. Sli asked what It was I gnve her to take the tablets In and I told her It was distilled water. Hhe laughed and took the tablets and drank the wine in the presence of Mrs. Fisher. "I told her that If ll didn't give relief liy the ti:iie she i ready to go home to come back and I would give her wotne more. She and Mr. Miller came over at cloning time, and I gave her several tablets oniiilnltig aeellna and mwIh. and phn nml Mr. Miller were talking ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 24 March 1904

i Two severe cases and two terrible operations avoided. Mrs. Emmons and Airs. Coleman each tell how they were saved by the use of Lydia E. Pinkham s Vegetable Compound. "Deaii Sinn. jPisKiiAM: I nm ro pleased with the results obtained rrom Lydia 1.. Pinkliain' Ycprctnble Coiniouna that I fuel it a dutr and a privilego to write you about it. "I suffered for more than five years with' ovarian troubles, caus ing nrt unpleasant disriinrge, a preat weakness, and at times a faintness would come over me which no amount of medicine, diet, or exert iso seemed to correct. Your Vegetable Compound found tho weak spot. however, within a few weeks and saved mo from an operation all my t roubles had disappeared, and I found myself onoe moro healthy and well. AY ords fail to describe the real, true, grateful feeling that is in my heart, and I want to tell every sick and sunVriiifr sister. Don't dally with medicines you know nothing about, but take Lvdla K. PinU liam'a Veuetabio Compound, and take m...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 24 March 1904

i ! i i i ! ! 1. I I" FacU Abcot j ; v. k .,. . Tl V ;!:,. ;-..;"- ".'-' 'bists of r-.i't;; a 'I i it four I'i:; h'.b. S . foal feet wide, rurnuiv; 0.1;. i through the on'.iro length f V.i? property. Tho main shaft ih now 21') fed tle(-p. (Streaks of rich oro in- ' frequently found, and tin? p.-n- fiirth.T ;.ai t m J : t r.-i adi'ivs n''-iv i i V . '1. . , . ... : i- it. ; i,,' aid ! : i t : ( ! i'i.--"- a pi." '.hi." : ,! -i c .' v..y :. ur;:.:: ! i I1 '.TIT .Jl'IRVf AV rwv vv. . v r " (,! . IVOR AiOelt iM."'J Held, Uiu Schi.eLW, 11. I.. Vis'iiAm-l its rv.;. , l r w I i r..r .i-scr'i-tive iii-v.-.tuve Attorney at Law UPIIl Ml- , . li. t'OV. !'. 0. !'. A., Cape Girardeau, .M ' Fiam !?!ii!?rvill'. t'l:."., i) i ',1. iral character of ore i'i got'dii;.;' hotter with decpth. In:.:. jh getting wider with d"pih be ing nine feet wide at !"'toni shaft. . Tho ore i pelli:!.-' ?!"; '.'.,' every indication 1; u- 1 liovo that aiiot'iic hur.diT-' will reach t!i big body :' !.'. -h prade o;'.'' ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 24 March 1904

Teachers' Enarni'.wt'or Fur ccrlifi'vi'' H will I t !)'U i i piiMfc sellout Imil.lin;; ,n March 25 ami 2d. 0. A. Maoom, fjiimmiwsionor. Notice of Election to Vote on County School Supervision. Certified copy of order. STATE OH' MISSOURI, ss f fv.-rs T' .5 c h snta s . S J H V t : COUNTY OK C'AI'E (HHARDEAU. t In tho county court of Hui.l county, on tho fourth day o Februnry, VMH, tho following among other proceedings, weio had:, viz: COUNTY SCHOOL SUI'KRVISION I , SUtiMJTTKU AT ANNUAL FXECTION. Now is presented a petition. Binned by more tlinn one hun dred resident freehuldersi of the county of Cape Girardeau, ask ing: the court to cause th propn ttition to adopt county suhool supervision to be voted on at tho next annual Bchool meetings in said county oik tho first Tuesday in April, 1904, as provided for by Suction 0810 of the Revised School Laws (1903) of the state of Missouri. And the court hav ing; duly considered the premises and being: sufficiently advisod of and concerning th...

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. — 24 March 1904

JACKSON HERALD. . REPUBLICAN IN POLITICS. B. r. LUSK. .Publisher Entered at the poatofllc at Jack, on, Mo., t ccond-claa matter No tember 4, 1897. PHONES: Offlca 14S Rmldenct 142 Term for the Herald are a follow: Tvt one year $1.00 Is montha SO Three months 30 Advertising Rate: Loral Co per line each Insertion. I'rofeKlonat Card IB per year. Legal Advertisement- legal ratr. Dlnplay ad. ratea made known on application, i - - ... - pi THE MARKET REPORT. A Summarized Report Covering the Prevailing Conditions. GRAIN 8t. Louis. Wiikat-No. I ri"l 8107 ' . No. 3 rrd 103 Xo. J hard 03 No. 3 hard W CnllS- No. 3 ttlixrtl 4'.' " No. 3 mlxi-il No. a yellow ' No 3 yellow 4.1V " No. 3 white i't'i No. 3 white 41 :Uri No. !i mixed 4-" " No. 3 mixed 40 No. a white 41 " No. 4 while 4,:, Jti:-Nt. 2 07 Chicago. Wiikat - No. a pririif Sl ." " No. 3 spring '.'0 No a ml '.i ("on -No. 2 M ' N. a yellow V-' :-i Oath- No. ; '. 40 ' " No. a white 45 " No. 3 whit.' 41 II VK No. a Ha III l. l air to elioiro lua...

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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 24 March 1904

RECEIVER APPOINTED ., FOR PACKING COMPANY AIRS. BLAIR SUES FOR LIFE INSURANCE OF HUSBAND NIUCHWANG RAISES THE RUSSIAN ACTIVITY BECOMES INTENSE FLAG OF FRANCE .Four cf the Nine Judge Dissent from the Decision. Director Charged With. Wrecking International Concern.'1 Russian Banners Lowered In Antici Large Fores Stationed in Fortified Town. Near Nluchwang. pation, of Japanese Attack. HIGHEST COURT STOPS RAILWAY MERGER Washington: In the United States Supreme Court Monday an opinion wart delivered In the merger case ot the Northern Securities Company vs. the United Stales In favor of the Gov eminent' contention that the merger was Illegal. The opinion of the court was handed down by Justice Harlan and It up held the decree of the District Court for the District or Minnesota lu every particular. Four of the Justices dis sented from the fivo constituting the uinjorlty. The division of the court was due to a difference of opinion as to the right of federal control of State cor porations. ...

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. — 24 March 1904

Jackson IIeiiali). - r i-i T - r 'i ' r- t'T" - -r - fw -r . -. 1 'lc . i. Fifty Yesrc lb Steward hi taie l en lviimon t5cxes a i can THt rAMItr'S FAVOftlTK MEDtCIMt A 3 R. F. LU8K. ..lirntisiiKii a ftntvrrl t tlio ponUitllon Jnckon. Mo., t conrt-itli tnMr Nnyemtwr,. I1. Mr I h. 1 ,ji 1 Term f(itfUp Jly;j,aru a r-. Iowh: For one year ........... l.m Hix monthM ! Three mmitlm 10 A.NDV CATHARTIC An 25c. 50t7M BE i I P W iS JAQKSON, MO.I M.VIiCH l. COMVKNTION'S. RepuVUco.n National Conven tion meets at Chicago Juno 21.. Republican State Convention, to elect delegates to t!o National Coivention, meet at KansaB 9ity March 22, Congressional Convention to nominate a Congressman for the fourteenth district, meets at Pop lar Hluff May 10. ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOR SHKRIKK. Wo are authorized to announce R A. Kage as a candidal for ajtcfLff o Ca.pvOirardtau county, subject to, tho will of the Repub lican primaries or convention as the central committee may elect. FOE TUE.VSl -RKR. We are authorised t...

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. — 31 March 1904

The Jack OL. VII. JACKSON. MISSOURI. THURSDAY. MARCH 31. 1904. NO. 21 hrado at the JACKSON STORE OOMPANY. tho placo whoro your dollar goos fnrthot :3J 3 3 3 3 World's Fair Guessing Contest: Will begin Saturday morning, March 28, and clone at night, June SO, 1904, and the person guessing nearest the number of dozen eggs we buy on and between these dates, we will furnish a free Iron Mountain Railroad ticket from Jackson to 8t Louis and return,' and allow said ierson $5.00 a day for five days' expensea while at the fair. , Second nearest will be furnished a free Iron Mountain Railroad ticket from Jackson to St. Loui and return and $1.00 a day for five days' expenses. Third nearest will receive a free Iron Mountain Railroad ticket from Jackson to St. Louis and return. Fourth nearest will receive $3.00 worth of Merchandise at our store. . Fifth nearest will receive $2.00 worth of merchandise at our store. RULES: Each person will be allowed one guess for each fifty cents' worth of goods p...

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. — 31 March 1904

Notice. A meeting of the Merchants A Mechanic!! Mutual Aid, society , will be held in the court-h9Ue in Jackson, Mo., on April 1U1, 1004, . ' Henry. W. lyjh i From Trultla.d., Editor HraMixs-eAVollj mud! Mudt; M.udjt Whoever saw the ' Uko and plenty, of rain to keep the r,oads bad. TiVuj Jha,beon trying I weather on, farmers. Watpr ! gaps washed away, fences 'flown j downt wheat fields alnost ruined, I but let ua no.t take the blues, for spring will Boon bq here and we can go into the fields with our pjows and harrows and begin to turn and pulverize the Boilfor an. othor bounteous crop. Well, I guess the editor would rather print a little news. Amos McLain has had quito a severe spell of mumps, but is get ting better. Alex. McNocly is improving very slowly. Mrs Carrie Jonea of Perry eounty is. visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Anderson, tor about ten days. Mr. John Statler of Texas is Visiting his sinter, Aunt Margaret Stevenson, find others for a few weeks. J. C. Davis retur...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 31 March 1904

Suggestion. Editor IIerau), I notice in J'our lust isaue an address by Rev. Osbron on the "Power of Sug gestion." It ia an important aa veil aa timely topic, one that we all need think upon, and If we could realize its importanoe I think it would work a marvelous change. To begin with, I will make this statement: All things are the re sult of, and all phenomena are due, to vibration. Harmony is agreement, agreement is order, order is life. Order produces cos mos, cosmos is a harmonious and complete system. Inharmony is disagreement; disagreoraedt is disorder; disorder is chaos or death. On the one hand we have cosmos and life; on the other chaos and death. Everyone of our impulsus or thoughts sonds forth vibrations which turn to life or death, cosmos or'chaos. Ev ery one of our thoughts are sug gestions to ourselves or others. The above being true, how im portant it is that we should be careful about our thoughts and words. Our thoughts not only effect those near us but those far di...

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. — 31 March 1904

Jackson Hkuald. KKI'tTIILICAK II roMTICS. u. p. lusk: . i J'CULifiir.n Entorod at tlie pwtom.?i t JcKd, Ho., ta cond-cl miitWoTeDilKI. I77. Cuckoo - -- ' Ambassador The well-bred utr.ilion, Cuckoo, No. 273, Kecord 2:10i, formerly owned by L. H. Davis of Hunts ville, Ala , will stand the leanon 'of 1904. becinninjr April 1, at Terais for th 1Iaid rs anfol- farm of Louia E. KieB on Oor lows: ' " I donville road, one-half mile south S jack at s to insure a Three numth .7..V.7 .M , mare with foal. - f - - Cuckoo is a horse with a great 1 reputation, having beon sired by z:Zi, ana' naving i . i I i.u i AUMAimrFMCHT isireu vesper wiui a j-wuru ui AHpiyiCtMSNI. 1 2:11, and others in the 2 :20 liHt. FOUERiw. JACK JUMBO, JR., will at the Wo are authorized to announce mmQ tjme anj place stand the F. A. Kage a, a candidate for g,.aH,,n. Terms 7 to insure mare shoriff of Cupe Girardeau county, with foal. subject to tho will of the licpub- Mare and colt held for service Mean primaries or convent...

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. — 7 April 1904

son Mekalp. VOL. VII. .1 ACKSON. MISSOURI. THURSDAY, APRIL 7. 1904. NO. 22 Trade tt tlio JAGKSON STORR COMPANY, tho place whoro your!dollar goes farthest The Jack these dates the fair. World's Fair Guessing Contest: Will begin Saturday morning, March 26, and close at night, June 30, 1904, and the person guessing nearest the number of dozen eggs we buy on and between ?s, we will furnish a free Iron Mountain Railroad ticket from Jackson to St. Louis and return, and allow said person $5.00 a day for five days' expenses while at Second nearest will be furnished a free Iron Mountain Railroad ticket from Jackson to St. Louis and return and SI. 00 a day for five days' expenses. Third nearest will receive a free Iron Mountain Railroad ticket'from Jackson to St. Louis and return. Fourth nearest will receive $3.00 worth of Merchandise at our store. Fifth nearest will receive $2.00 worth of merchandise at our store. RULES: Each person will le allowed one gun for each fifty cents' worth of good...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 7 April 1904

JACKSON HERALD. .- REPUBLICAN IN POLITICS. B. V. LU3K... ..Publisher Entered at the postoffice lit Jack, on, Mo., m second class matter No vember 4. 1897. PHONES: . Office Residence . . ...118 ...IIS Terms for the Herald ore a follows; For one yonr 11.00 Six months .50 Three m.imhs .30 Advertising Hatos: Ixicnls Cc per line each lusr rtlon. Profcslonal Card $5 per year, Legal Advertisements legal rates. Display ad. rates made known on application. , THE MARKET REPORT. A Summarized Report Covering the Prevailing Conditions. GRAIN St. Louis. Wiikat No. i rrd JI CM No. 3 red 1.03' " No. 9 bard 01 ' .o. .1 lunl IM Cokn No. 2 mixed 41 " No. 3 iiii.fd 45 " No. 2 yellow , 4(1 " No. 3 yellonr 4S " No. ! white i 4 " No. 3 white 4', Oath No. 3 mixed 4'.' " No. 3 mixed 40 " No. ! white 41 " No. 4 white 12 RK No. i! 7 Chicago. YYllKA I Nil. spring.. " No. 3 i-p.-ing. . " No i red IViK.N No 2 ' No. it yellow. . . . Oats-- Nu J " No. 1 white No. J white Ktk-No. - JiAHl IV l air to choice 51 00 !7...

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