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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 7 April 1904

7 .- .T " 7 . s STORM DAMAGES MANY EAST SIDE BUILDINGS TORNADO STRIKES FLAMES COMPLETE WORK OFFICIAL ACCOUNT OF PORT ARTHUR ATTACK for Than 800 Shell Tall la and ' Near the Town. LETTERS ADMITTED AS EVIDENCE HIGGINSVILLEsMO. i : . . , 1 Tornado Near Chicago Ktllo Three Persons; Several Hurt, THAT THE WORK BEGAN Fifty Buildings Wrecked and On Judge Adam Overrate Contention of Defense on Every Point Man Mortally Injured. St. Lonls: An electrical storm which pined over, East St. Louis Thursday night wrecked houses and i stifled much daman. Lightning struck several build or In the city and suburbs. One hundred l welling were damaged. At a late hour Thursday night no deaths had been reported. Mrs. Mary Dorr!,' wife of Thomas Dorrls. and her son, Prank, were about to retire, when the wind lifted their house from Its foundation. Mrs. Dorrls sustained a broken arm. broken hip and Internal Injuries. Frank Dorrls sustained a frac ture of the foot. A windstorm, accompanied by rain, struck St. ...

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. — 7 April 1904

b b B B B B B B B B B B B Eggs! Eggs! Eggs! 1 From high scoring Barred Plymouth Kock hens mated to a $10 cock direct from HawkhiH, tho great Connecticut Uarred Ply mouth Kock breeder. Our White Plymouth Kocks are the i"Snow White" kind that LAY. Our pen is mated to a cockerel whose aire wan a i0-point bird, and a winner in many large bIiowh. Kgga $1.25 for 15, 2.25 for 30 for each breed. A nice lot of Kerkwhire pign of unusual good breeding. Come and see, phone or write. 5-24 CARL WALLACE, Phone 32. Jackson, Mo. 3 3 3 2 3 3 H 3 Real Estate Transfers. uiuiuiUiUiuiiuuiuaiiUiaiUiuuiiiiiuiUiiuiiiuimuiurc ocooooccooocoocococccooo 8 8 o o o KLEIN HAS RECEIVED A CARLOAD OF BUGGIES. 8 8 O o o o o o o o 0QQGQQOQ0EiQOO ' TAKK THE IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE. St. Louis', Cairo and all pointa north and east. Connections made in .St. Louis and Cairo with through express trains for Chicago, Cincinnati, Louisville, Indianapolis, Cleveland, Detroit, Buf falo. New York, Philadelphia, Hoslon, Washing ton and...

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. — 7 April 1904

Academy Notes. Tho entertainment given for :the benefit of the new Prettby terian church drew acrowd that filled the hall. The performers and fingers were all in good trim, and the entertainment was one of tho .best of tho season. The or chestra was never heard to bet ter advantage, and they were .loudly applauded, and obliged to .respond with encores. Arrangements are being made .for commencement, and quite a ilot of visitors are expected, .notably, among them several from Columbus, O. TJie academy has had a very successful year. All the room in the rooms in the barracks have been occupied, and from inquiries already being made, the building will not accommodate the stu dents .next year. Arrangements are now being completed to put in a new steam heating plant, and -water works. When these additions are added, the academy will be one of the best equipped school buildings in the state of Missouri. Facts About Jesse Belle Mine. The Jesse Belle property con sists of forty 'acres. There...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 7 April 1904

THE NEWS RESUME Being Condensed Story of the Nsws of the Week. The Revival of Sachet Bag. The old fashion of wearing sachet ban li being revived. The bag are now heart-shaped and are suspended by the same shade of baby ribbon. Sometimes different colors are com bined to give the rainbow hues so much sought for. Larger sachet bags, oblong and heart-shape, an suspend ed from the mirror knob of the dress er with good effect, and they exhale a delicate fragrance that la refresh ing. It Is quite the fad to attach these achet bags to coat hangers In the name color with which they are cov ered. They are fastened at each end of the hanger and dangle at all sorts of lengths. Circular Skirt. Pull skirts, that are confined over the hips yet take soft and graceful folds below, make the latest shown and can be relied upon a the favor 11 mi of the coming season. The one Is circular and is ar ranged in small tucks at the up per portion that gives a yoke ef fect but is left , plain at the front, so...

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

(Miss AUce M. Smith, ot Alio ncapolis, Minn., tells how wo man's monthly suffering may be permanently relieved by Lydia LPinkhara'sVcRctablcCom pound TJr.ah Mm. Piskbam: 1 have never before) given my endorsement lor art medicine, hil l.ylla K. Pinkbara's egf tableCoinpound haa added ao much to my life and happiness that I feet like making an exception in this case. For two years every month I would have two days of severe pain, and could find no relief, but ono day when vihitinir a friend I ran across Lydia E. I'lnkham's Vege table Compound, she had used it with the best result and advised me to try it. I found that it worked wondera'with me ; I now experience no pain, and only had to use a few bottles to bring about thia wonderful change. I uue it occasionally now when I am exceptionally tired or worn cut." Miss AmcbM. hurra, 804 Third Ave., South Minneapolis, Minn., Chair man Executive Committee, Minneapolis Btudy Club. $1000 forfait IferlelmU of soon mttof srootfif ftnuinomwoo oo...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 7 April 1904

fr Jackson II v.w u. HKl'VHMCAN IN POLITICS. . V. LI'SK. I'itiilixuki. (r,.iw Mhpmffl-,' I"-.," 4..,..ld-. tllltl-. SlitMllWf 4. 1""'. . Offi ... llcMlrton.' 1 1 I t AnVrtKTIMNO RATES! LVwnN He per tin- inch lrierl"i. Prn'l ..in Onril ir year. L-stil Ailvjrf niflnn-lpHl rut. lip'Hy ml rnie. mndo known on nplliiM'in. Terms "for Hi li rkalo nr.- .! Ffir one vcur lx month thrc month l."0 From Oriole. IAlKON, MO, - A PHIL '.- H4 CONVENTIONS. Republican National Conven tion meU at Chicago June 21. Onnsrreauonal Convention, .-. nominate n Contrresmun fo- llv fourteenth district, meets lit Pop lar Uluff May 10. The Uenublicm state nominnN iiv convention will be held at. St. .Wi.h. Julv 27th. i ' " The Uepiir.lieiui Judicial f'.tn vention will be held at Jefferson City, Ant?. Hth. ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOR SIIKltlKK. We are authorized to announce F. A. Kutte as a candidate for nheriff of Cape Girardeau county, Hiibjoct to the will of the Repub lican primaries or convention as the central committee...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 14 April 1904

VOL. VII. JACKSON. MISSOURI, THURSDAY. APRIL 14. 1904. NO, 23 Treicio at tho JAGKSON STOIEl COMPANY, tho place whoro your dollar qogs "farthest LOCALS Wheat 95c to-day. Jackson Store Co. pays 17o for butter. Adolph Schaefer of Appleton was in town Tuesday. MoAtee 4 Buerkle have North ern seed potatoes. CAR LOADS of farm machi nery at Sander Bros'. G. C. Seimers was in Jackson Monday. For Salo A lot of. counters and store shelving. Apply at this office. A. Reck of Pocahontas made our office a pleanant call. Screens, screen doors, window fixtures and hardware at Sander Bros'. For sale 160 acre farm within 4 miles of Jackson. Apply at this office. Sam Lanpher of Whitewater was in town Tuesday. For Sale A Sure Hatch incu bator; been used very little. Apply at this office. The vote for county supervi sion was 1,279 and againsi, 665. Tb.e undersigned will buy nil kinds of scrap iron at market, price. Chas. Macke, Jackson, Mo. Web Wulkins, editor of the Dexter Messenger, was elected mayor ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 14 April 1904

SHORT NEWS STORIES MURDER MYSTERY PROVING BAD TANGLE FOR POLICE OF MASSACHUSETTS TO UNRAVEL 4 Sought from the Wires and Condensed for Busy Readers. , LE830N III, Oolijrn Text "A Volrn Piimj Out of the 8.m: Hear Mini." Murk :7. t. The Mountain Top Prayer Meet ing. V. 2. "And after six days" from the revelation to the disciples that Jesus would lie crucified. "Jesus tak cth with him Peter, and James, and John." The three best, scholars In the school of Jesus. There was no favoritism In this selection. He slnv ply ndvanced to higher studios those who. by faithfulness In the lower, bad made It possible for them to under stand and use the higher. Only to those who have been faithful In the lessor things comes the call to the wider kingdom. The other nine dis ciples were left at the bane or the mountain, as we see by the events of the following morning (Mark 9:14-29). It. was necessary for Christ's purpose ihnt there should be some reliable wlt n'HKes. "Into an high mountain npart." I.uke...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 14 April 1904

Miss Hamrood tells how she escaped an awful operation by using Lydia E. Pinkhatn's Vege table Compound. "DkabMrs. rtnnAiii I suffered for four years with whnt the doctors railed Salpingitis (iaflrirarnntioo of the fallopian tubvs and ovarii is), which is most distressing and painful ailment, affectlnir all the surrounding parts, fmdernjlalnsr the fonstit'ition, and flap ping the life forces. If you hnd srpo. me K year npn, tutors I bru.in t.iliintr I. yd la K. rinkli.nu'a Vegetable Com pound, nnd hnd noticed tho unken eyes, mil low complexion, nnd irrneral emaciated condition, and com- 5a red that person with me as I am to ay, rol'U;,t, hearty and well, you .would not wonder that I feel tlinnUful to you and your wonderful medicine, which rcsto'red mo to now life and health in fivo months, and saved mo from an aw f til operation." M tss I hk b HiraooD, 1023 .Sandwich St. Windsor, Oat. 1 1000 forftlt If aWomir ft om titer proving ginulmnsi cannot ee producee. O-srltls or Inflammation ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 14 April 1904

'mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmfmnnimnmng, Eggsl Eggs! Eggs! 8 & & B sr 5 From high neoring Barml Plymouth Kock hens mated to a $10 cock direct from Hawkins, the great Connecticut Barred Plymouth Kock breeder. Our White Plymouth Kockx are the "Snow White" kind that LAY. Our ten is mated to a cockerel whose Biro was a 96-point bird, and a winner in many large nhows. KggH $1.25 for 15, '2.25 for 30 for each breed. A nice lot of Berkshire pigH of minimal, good breeding. (Jome and see, phone or write. 3 3 1 2 3 4-24 CARL WALLACE, Phone 82. Jackson, Mo. umumimmuimummmmimmuimmiuiummumiik lOOOOOOOOOOOOOQOOOOOCOOf 8 KLEIN HAS RECEIVED A CARLOAD OF BUGGIES. 8 o o a o o o (I qoooooooooooooooo OOOOOQO TAKE THE IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE. St. Louis, Cairo and all point north and east. Connections made in St. Louis and Cairo with through express trains for Chicago, Cincinnati, Louisville, Indianapolis, Cleveland, Detroit, Buf falo, New York, Philadelphia, Boston, Washing ton and all principal eastern citie...

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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 14 April 1904

Board of Equalization Proceedings. List pf lands and City or Town Lota in the County of Cape Gi rardeau, State of Missouri, upon which the Assessor's valuation has been raised by the County Doard of Equalization for year 1904. the !3. To Whom AiseMed. 8 3 Description. 5tf . X a liaised From I To 3 a CAPE GIRARDEAU Pt NX N,4 Mid tit Si .Vtxl&i N pt 10x134 Pt 10x114 Julia EHarrl Est Anton Kaiiimer W 8 Albert Daniel 8 Brown, Leon J Albert 8r I-eon E Decker . . Kllen Bowman .. jno A Vandeven. Henry Wmtr... Chan W Slehr ... Herman Bock ... PhiliplvliiiKeman Wm Meyer Heirs Ernst Lanl)etin Johjuinn l.'rube. . Mr M I) Moon.. H C Haueiischlld Emil Pott p A Glenn ...... llernuin ltohle .. Fred Pane joHiit Anion HiiR Amu Brunkliorsi V W Pott Tin Powers Louis Campbell. I) A Glenn M K William.. M II 0 llouek... Nt 112x180 PI S pt N pt In pt W pt Ei Uid pt S, pt (Nt jSt ;s 'e lit Painter Partition. Jennie William. Anna Stolte Aiiiiilia.lnitciid, K W Klunte....; J V Iltitton I HernriiHilleinan...

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. — 14 April 1904

JACKSON HEKaLD. . REPUBLICAN. IN POLITICS. ' & F. LL'SK Publisher Entered at tha poetofflce at Jack, on, Mo., a second-class mailer No vember 4, 18)7. rHO.NES: Offlca 148 Residence .....143 Terms for the Herald are ai follow: For one year ....11.00 Bli month 60 Three month 30 Advertising Rate: lxxnli Ce per line each Jnscrtlon. Professional Card II per year. l.egal Advertisements- legal rates. Display ail. rates made known on application. THE MARKET REPORT. A Summarized Report Covering the Prevailing Conditions. CRAIN Ct. Louis. V ii hat No. 2 rt'il Jl.ni'.'f No. 3 rod l.OI Nn. hard US " No. 3 hnrd .' 9:i Coles N'o. 3 mixed M 'i " No. 3 mixed M.i No. 3 yellow r.l 'i No. .1 yellow '.0', " No. J white ."il " No. 3 white Wt Oath -No. mixed 44 V " No. 3 mixed 4'J " No. -J white 4ii!,' No. 4 whit.- 41 ' Itvr. No. 2 GS Chicago. Whkat--N. 3 spring Sl.i'O No. ;i spring- 1 .0'J No 2 rod 1,03 Cobs No. 2 .Mi "4 No. 2 yellow .'.7 Oath No. 2 '. 41 No. 2 while 4' No. :i white 4 II m - No. :3 ...

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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 14 April 1904

BURTON WAS 'CONVICTED BY OWN ADMISSIONS s . , . Judge Adams Declare He Accom pliihed Mora Than Waa Disclosed. Bts Iouis: In passing sentence on Senator Joseph Ralph Burton of Kan sas Wednesday, Judge Elmer D. Adam said tliat tha defendant and 1oen mainly convicted on his own admis sion, rontalned In letters, and that lie had accomplished more In the Post IKflce Department In behalf of the Rlalto Grain and Secnrltc Com pany than hod been disclosed In tha testimony during his last trial. Judge Adams sentenced Senator Burton to nerve six months in the Iron County Jail and pay a fine of $2,aflH. Senator Burton, through his attorneys. Chester H. Krum and Fred W. Lehmann, promptly moved for an nppr-al to the United States Court of Appeals. Tho appeal was allowed, and Sena tor Bu.-ton gave bond In the rum of 1 10,000, with George W. Davis. Ernest It. Kastor and Herbert A. Vroomun. as sureties. Tim ease will come up before the Vnilcd States Circuit Court of Appeals in St. Iritis November ne...

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. — 14 April 1904

! a 3 a a) It 1 r4 i K ft .1 m j 1 f m Ml I H O f. K M It I f ft It O. n i ai li T M i i t p , it 4 tl y at Pi ! u .11 nl ill n a' t oi m nl ci t fq in oi i ' f 1 fJ j .! i i i 1 ti i t ! M ci Jackson Heiiald. kKrVAMC-N IN POLITICS. Kansas City has gone Repub lican and St. Joseph went Repub lioan except mayor. Now if St. , f 1h7ibii gos Republican it will be r?r goodbye to Nesbitism and Mis- fCnMtrec at the pmnoHW at .l-knn. Mo., wnnfl-flmw mMr Nnmtwr 4. 1W. ofllr ...i Knaldeoce I4 14 souri will go Republican. The Republicans of this county . are all right, Mr. "Swamper," and as evidence of th fact the. Democrats have but one candi date for a couunty office and mnt ifir-n rate. pip iyia rmw even thev are afraid to announce, i marte knwn m aniilirnti'in. ' 3 ' ' 3 ADveaTiiiNO Hatks: LoenW Oc ' hr line each IiihpI II n. Protend'Oial Curd i uer Vfnr. L'ts Advertl Terms fur Mm Hkkai.d ire "i The Republicans of this county ; Vntunt vent. 100 are Boin8 u Preent a 8oli3 tront j x month."!....

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. — 21 April 1904

The Jackson JHeisalp, VOL. VII. . JACKSON. MISSOURI, THURSDAY. A1MML 21. :iOI. NO. 24 Tnulo nt tho JACKSON STORE COMPANY. Clio placci whoro jjour dollar goos fafthost 8 Wheat 03e to-day. Lafo Curuthera of tho Cape was in Jackson Tuesday. JackBon Store Co. pays l"c for butter. Mra. F. S. Portia in on the sick list this week. CAR LOADS of farm machi nery at Sander Bros'. Edw. D. Hays and wife had business at the Cape Tuesday. Parma wood violet water for sale at Jones' drug store. B. F. Sutton of Plumersville, Ark., is visiting in Jackson this week. Screens, screen doors, window fixtures and hardware at Sander Bros. C. D. Tresenriter of the Cape Progress was in Jackson Tues day. For sale 100 acre farm within 4 miles of Jackson. Apply at this office. The Oak Ridge school board has elected J. K. Howard to teach their school. For Sale A Sure Hatch incu bator; been used very little. Apply at this office. A child of Byrd Mason, colored, was so badly burned last Satur day that it died from t...

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. — 21 April 1904

FORMER QUEEN OF SPAIN DIES AT PARIS. FRANCE U J Walking Suits. There It nothing smarter for a walk ing or traveling suit than black and white shepherd's tartan. It does not show wear or dust, and always looki trim and neat. This little mitt la made with a full plaited skirt that clear the ground by several Inchon. It la laid in deep plaits that are stitched down a little way from tho waisL It Is finished at the bottom with a deep horn. Tho jacket Is a short box coat, with eollur ami rufN of white broadcloth (tapped wllh half Inch wide bauds of lilnck velvet ribbon. Thi-ro are throo pockets on the coat piped around with black velvet, and the flaps decorated with cloth covered buttons. Tho ones which fasten tho rout are very largo, and have black velvet ribbon on them in a cross do if ccn. Tho jaunty nir of this costume U very striking, and It would bo a use ful unit to any one. Pretty Weddings. Color rftoct la greatly Bludled nowa days at wedding ceremonies, and the result Is often d...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 21 April 1904

n WOMEN BREAK DOWN. Sometimes women drift Into a condition of "half Invalid." Con tinual languor, all tired cut, run down, backache, ncrvea shat tered, headache, terri ble pain, no appetite, poor digestion. In nine cases out of ten It's be cause the kidneys fall to do their work of filtering tho poisonous system waste from the Mood. The kidneys are weak and need tho strengthening hcln cf fioan's Kidney rills. Read how these pills repair a weakened physical con dition when this condition is caused by sick kidneys: . Mrs. Sadie Mottles of 394 w". 4lb Ave., Columbus, Ohio, says: "Prior to the year 1898 I suffered considerably from backache, pnla in the head, lan guor and depression and weakness of the action of the kidneys. .The pain was always worse In the morning, and 1 felt miserable. I was Induced to procure a box of Moan's Kidney rills and I began their use. They proved prompt nnd effective. They cured mo and there has been no return of the trouble since taking them. 1 owe all the...

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 April 1904

Jackson Heuai d Fru,t,anc' prh,bu,on Ame.- w. c. t. o. Meeting. REPUBLICAN IK POLITIC. B. F. LU3K. '....FuBLifliiKii Rntxrrc at the pnntafllea ftt Jitolidnn, Mo., 4 Mcnnd-clHM oiuttnr November 4. 1HW. The Fruitland Prohibition Alliance will meet Saturday night, May 7, at 9:30 and render a pro gram consisting of music and rectitations. Officers will also bo elected. Let all memberB be Office HflftlctvDre. w present. AnvicTvrnrsa Kates: TwM fa pr line eiieh InHertion. Professional Curd ft per yer. Leg:il Advertle-tnenls-legiil rules. Dlsnlny nd rule nmde known (in applied! Ion. Term for the IIkkalij ure n im- For one year..... " Mx months ! I hree months 10 JACKSON, MO., AIMUL 21. PK4. CONVF.NTIONS. A. J. Larrimoke, Pres., J. C. Wali.ack, Vice-Pres. No Sham Here. There is a sort of counterfeit tailoring that tries to pass for the real thing, but when you place your order with Walters, the tailor, ynu are sure of getting a suit that you positively KNOW is made for YOU. My prices are 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 April 1904

Board of Equalization Proceedings. List of lands and City or Town Lots in the County of Cape Gi rardeau, State of Missouri, upon which the Assessor's valuation has been raised by the County Board of Kqualization for the year JSX)4, ... ARE THEY WELL? To Whom Assesl, IVwripMun. I.". i j tK !S From To V Pr A riTiiint;t. T .1 Mhorl) K V Manrin. Hi ma KiM-ckiT . . Wni H Taylor.. L F KloBtermann John Met.. Clia Hnebcl . Auuust (inckel 11 HOUvrr (.'lias Schultz.. B B Oliver LS Josiph , K E McCulloutfti. Cutliti'i'MOrrollKm I' A TK O III A K I ) KA tT Is pt . IN pt. pt N pt . ;Spt.. E pt 05 and E pt .01, 62, 03 A P HnsWL'll. 11 F Davis ... NORMA!. AVESUK fl.ACK TkIi . m, K.ll. .721. 7H; 78 7i 8S 811 4! H;V US): at; 4; mi 31 3 . . :'.. 40; . . 2i!.. 24'.. 2.V.. 2.ij.. .1..!. I ACIinyiiiKHiiiitli E Vt KinniHon.. . Julia A lloutin .. It W Out blur L I) UikIi IiiiukIi. (ioo H Meyer Helena It Lcfarth Iv II Killeorew .. Christ Zocrns ... H H llowllntf.... I) AtiK'nn KmiiiM H tiilKiny AiIoIdIi Mu...

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

JACKSON HERaLD REPUBLICAN IN POLITICS. B. F. LUSK. .Pub!: Entered at the postofnc. t Jack, on, Mo., a second clam .-..iter No venVber 4, 1897. rilONKS: Offle 143 Rastdonc 142 Terms for tlie Herald ft re at follow! : ror on year $1.00 8lx tnontaa 10 Thro month SO Advertising Rate: Local 6c per lln each Insertion, Profeslonnl Curd II por year. Lgal Advertisements- legal rates. Display ad. rate mod known on application. THE MARKET REPORT. A Summarized Report Covering tb Prevailing Condition. GRAIN St. Loul. Wiikat No. a red 81.05 No. 3 red 1.01 " No. S hnrd 92 H " No. 3 hnril 80 Cr. No. s mixed 49 " No. 3 mixed 48! No. a yellow 4'.t " No. 3 yellow 4.'; " Xo. i white 4S!t " No. 3 white 48 Oath No. 2 mixed 43 " No. 3 mixed 41!t " No. I? while 41 " No. 4 white 49 ' Kvk No. 5 fit) Chicago. Wiikat No. 2 spring !9 " No. .1 spring '.'0 " No 2 red 1 00! 4'oiin- No. 2 .'.3"i No. '.' yellow 53 1 j' Oais No. 2 M " No. 1 white 43 " No. a white 41.' 11 vr No. 2 lis Uaklky Fair to choice limiting . ...

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