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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 12 May 1904

JOHN BURTHiasrss AuUof ol Th KMnap(r4 Millionaires," CoIomI Monro'! Dtctrlne," Ele. lsnnTZll'T'.,1".?' ?r I A" rirtu I Copthioht, iwa nr raD..iun Upihii aiiams re-servitl A. J. UmuL UibM.. S3 (8 CHAPTER FOUR--Continued. Jim alined a blow at John's head, which was parried. John swung to tho chin, and (he next Instant Jim clenched and both fell eight feet Into ', the water. Tho pool wan deep, and It seemed to Jim as if they nev. r would come to the surface. When he i:!d, and had Rasped for breath, a pair of strong hands gripped his neck and he went down again. The water sang in his ears, tho world grew black around Mm. Then It suddenly became light. The cool and splendid air filled his nostrils, and a voice sounded in his ears: "Say 'enough,' cr down you ro again!" "F.-nongh! K-e-e-nnugh! I'll eiuit," spluttered Jim Wake, throwli.g hi:; arms about wildly. With one hand firmly gripping Jim Blake's collar John Hurt swam ashore with the other. It was ten minutes before Blake recovered hi...

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. — 12 May 1904

: i TliL Jackson Herald. REPUBLICAN IN POLITICS. II. F. LUSK I'CBUHIIKH Rnterpc lit the pimKitflo at Jvionii, Mo., oiiDd-t'lHu mi tier Nnvtmbsr 4. IKVT. TerniH fur the Hkhami lire u f-ii-tows: Kor nnfl yfnr 1.00 lx months ;'" I hree month M vm.-r Ki-Kidiii'-o in AllVUKTISINO It AT KS ! Loral lie T line eafli Insertion. I'rotesNlonnl I'ard fu jt veiir. L'Kiil Advertle iiients W-kiI rate. I ifp!iiy ad rates Hindu known on npiiliriit ion. JACKSON. MO, MAY 1J CONVKNTIONS. Ucpulilifim National Conven tion meets at Chicago June 21. The Kojiubllcnn state nominat ing convention will he held at St. Joseph, July 27th. The Uepul)li-!in Judicial con vcntion will he held at Jefferson City, Aug. llth. ANNOUNCEMENTS. Kol! SllKl'.l! K. We are authorized to announce A. Kaire ax a candidate for sheriff of ( 'an iirat'deau county, subject to the will of the Repub lican primaries or convention as the central committee may elect. We are authorized to announce D. A. Nichols as a candidate for sheriff of ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 12 May 1904

AT A SACRIFICE. The Tlios. E- Clark Slock of Pi anos and Orpins in the hands of its Makers To he closed out at Factory Trices Sale Kevins WEDNESDAY, MAY II, You will find us in the Masonic Huildinjr. Corner Kroiulway and Spanish Streets, Cape (Jirardeail. Mo. Sale Positively Closes May 21 The people of Cape Girardeau and vicinity will no doubt be sur prised to learn Mr. Clark's Piano und Organ business is to be closed up. Mr. Clark has handled our goods in this section for a num ber of years, but other business has greatly interfered with his work. Being unable to devote his entire time to our line, we have decided to close up the ac count. That makes matters plain To sell so large u stock in the good. not sold in 10 days will be returned to the factory. Sale commences May 11th and closes May 21st. Now is your time to buy that lone-wanted the Piano or Organ and save all middle men's profit. Out of town folks should take advantage of this sale. We will sell and ship anywhere on the e...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 12 May 1904

JACKSON HERALD. REPUBLICAN IN POLITICS. It. F. LUSK.. .Publisher Entered at the postoffico at Jack, son, Mo., as second-class matter No vember 4, 1897. PHONES: Office ...148 Residence H2 Terras for the Herald arc as follows: For one year 11.00 Six months'. 60 Three months .30 Advertising Rates: Locals f!c per line each insertion. rrofcslnnal Card IS per year, Legal Advertisements legal rati s. Display ad. rates mad known on application. THE MARKET REPORT. A Summarized Report Covering the Prevailing Conditions. GRAIN 8t. Louis. Wiikat-No red 1 No. 3 reel 1 .'-' " No. i hard 01 " No. 3 Imrd Chun No. i mixed )'.' " No. :i mixed "' No. '2 yellow Ml " No ,'t yellow '.) " No "white ' No. i white ts Oats No. J mixed 4.' .i. n mixed 41 " No. 'J white 4" " No. white. . 4-' 11 K No. :.' Us Chicago. Wni'.vr- No ; spring '.'1 No. it spring '.'i No red Si .t'J Conv- No f'-; No. S yellow t)AlK-No. :.' ' 41 U' No. J white 40 No. 3 white 4.I1.; Kyi: No. 'i IIaiii KV-- i-'air to ehoiee malting. ...'...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 12 May 1904

THIBETANS FORTIFY HIGHWAY TO LASSA The British Line of Communicntion Is Threatened. RUSSIANS DRIVEN BACK FROM NIUCHWANG FUNG-WANG CHENG REPORTED FALLEN; CLOUDBURST FLOODS TOGO GUARDS TROOPS: v PORT ARTHUR ISOLATED Viceroy Alexleff Hat Suddenly Done to Llao Yang. SOUTHERN TEXAS KUROPATKIN IN DANGEROUS POSITION They Claim Two Japanese Torpedo Boats Were Destroyed. The Loss to Ballrosd and Other Property Is Heavy. lnndnn: A reisirt brought by a mounted Infantry dispatch rider is to the effect, nays the Times dispatch from C.yang-Tae Fort. Thibet, that the further side ot Karo Pass on thp direct road to Lassa Is strongly held by the Thibetans, some of whom were drawn from thy late garrison of Gyang-Tse Fort. The TtritiKh reronnoltorlng party, af ter crossing tho summit of tliu pass and .lest ending a short way, saw the road barred by a wall, and suddenly a heavy (Ire from Jlngal and European rifles was opened, bullets striking the ground all around, but miming no fatalities. The number ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 12 May 1904

'j wamLmLmmmm I The Supreme Test. 4fAr V - rrmr n . jBflKViA.v'ic,' : t ; - r. , 1 rjisWSM9f Cash Given Away to Users of LDM FF We are going to be more liberal than ever In 1904 to users of Lion Coffee. Not only will the Lion-Heads, cut from the packages, be good,, as heretofore, for the valuable premiums we have always given our customers, but In Addition to the Regular Free Premiums the tame Lion-Heads will entitle you to estimates la our $30,000.00 Grand Pritrs Contest, which will make tome of our patrons rich men and women. You can send in as many e&tiraates as desired. There will be TWO GREAT CONTESTS The first contest will be on the July 4th attendance nt the S. I.onl.i World' Fair: the second relates to Total Vote tor President to be cast Nov. 8, 11)04. ,imi w II be distributed in each of these contests, making f 40,000.00 on the two, and, to muke it still mote iu:c.-i Grand First Prize of $5,000.00 moic iu:crest'.r.g, in addition to this amount, we will give a to the one...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 19 May 1904

The Jacksn Herald. VOL. VII. JACKSON, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MAY ID. I!MM. NO. 28 Trnclo at tho JACKSON STORE COMPANY, tlio placo whoro tjotir dollnr noos fnrtliosst () C A L 8 Teeth extracted without pain liy Dr. A. L. B'yte und wife who will visit Millervillo, May 23, 21 i and 25; Whitewater, May 2(5, 27 , .and 28. Dr. Hryte will be school , ... prepared to practice dentistry in all its latest branches, such as Wheat 05c to-day. The Jackson public clones to-morrow. K. T. Koid is building house in Kast Jackson. Uuggics, all styles, at Wolter's. ! ,aUri, yirSi Bryte'n work speaks Attend the commencement ex-j for itself by work done in the ircines of the J. M. A. to-night, j past. No charge for extracting Frank Schraw of near Neelys ; teeth when plates are wanted. I.nn.limr was in Jackson Tues- j ln t f .rgit the dates. crown and bridge work, fillings I of all kinds, porcelain work and day. l-'or sale 1(J0 acre farm within 4 miles of Jackson. Apply at this office. Next Sunday children's...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 19 May 1904

; t JACKSON HERALD. REPUBLICAN IN POLITICS. B. F. LVSK PublUhor Entered at tbe poslofftco at Jack, con, Mo., as second-class matter No vember 4, 1897. PHONES: Office m Residence 112 Term for tho Herald arc as follow: For ono year It. 00 81 months 60 Threo months 30 Advertising nates: locals fie. por line each liiHcrtlon. Profccional Card 15 por year. Legal Advertisements- legal rates. Display ad. rate made known on application. THE MARKET REPORT. A Summarized Report Covering the Prevailing Conditions. GRAIN St. Louis. AY ii K at No. I roil l.07 " Nn. 3 red !.. " No. i! Iiiiiil Oii No. 3 haul l Co tix-No. '.' iiiixril VI " No. .1 mixed !i . Nil ' yellow S I',' " o. .1 yellow .V,' ' i " No ! while .VI No. .1 while VI Oath No. a mixed -tV; " No. .'. mixed 4? " No. '.' while H'i'i No. 4 w hiti' 4 1 111 L-- No. 2 71) Chicago. Wiini' No spring !." ' No. i spring ''I No -i led SI .01 Col;N -No V !-', No. I.' yellow Mt'-i OA in Nu -1 41 " Nu. : white 4 'J ' No. .1 white 41 I: VI - No. ".' T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 19 May 1904

ALEXIEFF SAYS RAILROAD .. TO PORT ARTHUR IS OPEN RUSSIAN WARSHIPS CUT OFF FROM VLADIVOSTOK JAPS TO USE AMERICAN STRATEGY IN BESIEGING PORT ARTHUR COURT REFUSES TO OUST TERMINAL RAILWAY HENRY M. STANLEY DIES IN LONDON Huumani Will Try to Prevent Capture of Warships. the General Kuropatkln Preparing far Desperate Fight at Llao-Yang. Judge Oantt Dissents and Is Upheld .by Two Justices. Sickness of Several Mentha Followed by a Fatal Atack of Pleurisy. A report comes from St. Peters liurg Ly way of Paris Hint a great bat tle has been fought between the Rus and that General Zassalltch was killed. Viceroy Alexieff Tuesday sent the Information to St. Petersburg that railroad communication with Port Ar thur hatl been restored, and later It wan Minted that the telegraph lines had been repaired. General Stoessel, It was reported, 'had met and vanquished the Japan ese. London henrdhat a hlghnngle Ixmi bardment was proceeding Tuesday. No details were available. The Japanese continued to harass t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 19 May 1904

n u 5 i J riircrvv Urn f i- ACKSOIs HERALD. nruBucAN in politic. B. F. LUSK 11'ItMSIIKH Rnterec at thr puMtiflier nl JacKum. Mo., , ounna-riHM matter NiiTembrr . itvT. Terms fur tUe Ukuald Hre hn fol lows: For one year SIX III'llllllH I hrt'i- months . . . Oftlee Ke.iHlcie'e JACKSON, MO, MAY 10. CONVENTIONS. ... f t 111' UUI lll.l.vil lift vi Republican National Lonven tion meets at Chicago June 21. standing up fur them, hence it is right that we should return The Republican state nominal- lho compliment. ing convention will be held at St. ---- ,, Joseph, July 27th. i WE lhflt lM,I1 1111,1 other Democrats are in favor of a The Republican Judicial con- primary election law. We In vention will be held at Jefferson lieve a law to that effect would City, Aug. 14th. be a good thing if properly - " " framed and properly paid for. ANNOUNCEMENTS. The expenses of such a law Fou SHKRIFF. should be paid out of the state We are authorized to announce and county treasuries, for state F. A. Kage ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 19 May 1904

SHYING OFF. With yon to pour m- chocolatt And brtw my tvrunir if a. With you to iay in .t'-T out And flil my pipe lor n.c, Life thu w uulj lit jum mi the thing It -,m cracked up to be. Vlth you to Hi btsidt my chair, or in ri h up on Us arm. Vlth out- piun.j) h rm a:uut my titflk, A iuvtitK rn-cUiut'c Miu rn, Ah, Hit wlih you in Hiirh a May LU.tJ Uvai Hti ii .u.'i Jmrm. With you to n;:tki itn 1 ruck for me. And ry aii't ba-: and itw, Aii'-i tldtii ni) st tK itn'i in nu my coat Ainl ittiuai ii" guo.i hk in w "l wwuM lt- -i fdji.-iUi.niatlur, unind, Would uch a Hie with you. BijT uu Oti'.u . i p into mf d n Ai t-arly rr. hinii' '..KM, An-1, wu .u.i. m t.isk a hruom nround T. arli t ur.cl.e UhYai An whtn :, uti my rur dtti W'r.u.u simply be a aiKhf. Y"U u i my book up in u row, At:d piuct th bill' i cup Ol pi :i. pncUi tu to my Up Ti.i v. or wnrM ( h. sup. Bo, kiiUrtil'i; il.i s- ihlfiK :iM I do, 1 think I't, i-u up. J. AI. l.c.a. tn ll-m-ivn I'ost. CINNAMON JOK. Ii IUKl.h HKIU.H t ,I....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 19 May 1904

lYtUIVT Ilf TOT x FREDERICK O VjrXll JPVlxl WHAM ADAMS AuthJf f "Th KMnappe MimoMlrM," "CImI Moame's Dectrlnt, Cte. CoPTRiciirr, iwu, bt I All rlgbu I Corrmoirr, wos. T Fbidshick Upiiam Adams I raMrvod I A. J. l)im Biddli CHAPTER SIX Continued. "lnn't It good to be an American?" asked Jessie, as her hand stole Into John's. Just then a full-rigged ship, making from Boston Harbor, spread iher sails and stood out past them. 'Jessie looked at her as Lohengrin might have looked at the swan, and whispered: ' "Wasn't It Longfellow who stood here and felt with us: "My sonl 'Is full of tanging For thi secret of tho n-a: Ami the henrt of llic frvt wpsn a thrilling )ul (hriuK me?" "Yes, Jessie, not only Longfellow, but Emerson, Hawthorne, Thuroau and Cbannlng dreamed here," said John, nut, Jessie, poetry makes poor f seding. I'm hungry." "So am I," laughed Jessie. "Come on, I'll race you to the inu!" and hc sprang to her saddlo before John could asxist her. Ticking their way carefully down the...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 19 May 1904

- Miss M. Cartlcdge gives some helpful advice to young girls. Her letter is but one of thousands which prove that nothing is so! helpful to young girls who are just arriving at the period of womanhood as Lydia E Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. "Dkak Mns. Finkiiam: I cannot pralso Lydia E. Plnkam's Vcprtailo Compound too highly, for it i3 tho only medicine I ever tried which cured im I suffered much from my first menstrual period, I telt so weak and dizzy at times I could not pursue my studies 'with, tho usual interest. My thoughts becamo sluggish. I had headaches, backaches and sinking spells, also pains in tho hack and lower limbs, la fact, I vr.is sick all over. 44 Mnully, after many other remedies had been tried, we xrere ad vised to g.t Lydia 15. Flnkhnm's Vegetable Compound, and I am pleased to say that after taking it only two weeks, a wonderful change for tho better took phicc, and in a short time I was in perfect health. I felt buoyant, full of life, and found all work a pasti...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 19 May 1904

The Prohibition Convention. Gash Given Away to Users of We are going to be more liberal than ever in 1904 to users of Lion Coffee. Not only will the Lion-Mead!;, $ut from the packages, be good, as heretofore, for the valuable premiums we have always given our customers, but In Addition to the Regular Free Premiums the lame Llon-Heada will entitle you to estimate in uur $50,000.00 Grand Prize Content, which will make tome of our patrons rich' men aud women. You can send in as many estimates as desired. There will be TWO The firit contest will be on the July 4th attenflanc at tlm 5. I.nnl Worhl's Fair; the second relates to Total Vote For 1'renidcnt to becatt Nv. 8, VjOi. $10,00.1.0 . will ba ilisTib.m-i in each o( these contests, making $40,000.00 on the two, aud, to make it stiil nut iT-.tcreiting, in addition to this amount, we will Rive a Grand Firs! Prize 1 cut from Lion Coffee Packages and a 3 cent stamp entitle you An addition to the reg ular free premiums) to one vote in cithe...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 26 May 1904

Jackson Heemlid. VOL'. VII. JACKSON. MISSOURI. THURSDAY, MAY 20. 1S04. NO. 2i Trado at tlio JAGKSON STORE GOMPANY. tlio plnao whoro tjour dollar goos fnrtliost IKE LOCA L S Wheat Sl.OO to-duy. Orren Wilson of the Ope waa in Jackson last week. E. S. Templeton of Fruitland wa9 in town last Saturday. Buggies, all styles, at Wolter's. E. II. Engelmann of the Cape wa9 in Jackson last Friday. II. W. Hahs of Daisy had busi ness in Jackson last Friday. For sale 100 acre farm within 4 miles of Jackson. Apply at this office. Miss Lily Tiedemann of St. Louis is visiting in Jackson. Rev. A. T. Osbron preached another good sermon Sunday. For Sale A fresh Jersey cow with heifer calf. Apply to Mrs. I. A. Vinyard, Jackson, Mo. Common pleas court is in ses sion at the Cape this week. Clyde Vandivort of the Cape was in Jackson a few days last week. Robert Kulinhertr buys rags, iron, biiiies, rubber limits and hhoes, copper, brass, zinc audi bottles. L. S. Pepper has been visiting. his mother and sist...

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. — 26 May 1904

JACKSON HERALD. REPUBLICAN IN POLITICS. B. F. LUSK Publisher Entered at tbe pnstotfice at Jack, on, Mo., as second-class matter No vember 4, 1897. PHONICS: Office .ns Resilience 143 Terms for the Herald arc as follow: For one year fl.Oo ' Bix months GO Three months 30 Advertising Hates: Locals tie. per line earn Insertion. Profcslonal Card 6 per year, lxgnl Advertisement legal rtca. Display ad. ratra made known on application. THE MARKET REPORT. A Summarized Report Covering Prevailing Condition. GRAIN St. Louia. the Will AT No '.' red SI .OT' ' No. 3 red l.O.i " No. a hnrd 'J7 No. II liiinl U'i foil -No. li mixed Ml " No. :t mixed Sl " No. J yellow .'.Hi ' So a ycl'ow i'J " No J u lij !, !5ri " No. s white It Oats- No. mixed 4:i ' " No :i mi.Mil 4'.' " No. :.' while 4U No. I white 4'l Rvk- No. J. TO Chicago. Wheat - No 2 spiin; 04 " No. .t spring . '.t:i No M red SI or, Cons No ' 4'.t No. yellow fc 4 ia it No. .' r:i " No. while 4j No. .1 white 44 l:vi No. - ; T.l ItAlii.KY- fair to...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 26 May 1904

MINES AND COLLISION COST JAPANESE TWO WARSHIPS CHINESE BANDITS ATTACK RUSSIAN MINES GILLESPIE KEEPS OUT DAMAGING EVIDENCE JTnticnnl flood Bonds Convention Dis. cujs Financial Side of Question. Civil Officials Barely Escape Alive from Troops at Port Adams. Prisoner Ordered to Treat Officer Better or Be Shackled. HOW TO PAY FOR HIGHWAY BUILDING St. l.outs: Senator A. ('. Latimer of Knuth Carolina, opened Wednesday's progrrm at the Good Road Conven tion in Music Hall with an address on "National Aid." Ho wan followed by Hon. Wlnthop K. Scarrltt, presi dent of the Automobile Club of Amerl a. who spoke on "Roads. Automobiles and Civilization." Othi-r addresses on Wednesday's prog'tun wefe "Koadlnilldliijt In Cuba," by Hi n. Manuel LMonlsio Dlax of the iH'pnmirnt of Public Works. Havana; "Roads and Kurul Delivery." by Frank K. Nevlns of the I'nlted States mall service: "Good Roads --n State and National Unite," by Hon. W. I). Van diver, member of Congress from MIS SOUll. All address by (!...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 26 May 1904

Jackson Herald.' RKPtTBLICAH IK POLITICS. .Pvbusi.hi. B. F. LUSK. Kntorrc lit the pimti, t .litrkwin, Mo., M cond-claw matter Nonnnbnr 4. IKV7. Terms for the lows: For one yrar Six months three months ... IlKUAl.D are an fol- , l .00 1 ijjj ' u omc Henldeni'p.. pr line i-uvh iiiKi rtloo.' VrofeMdonnl . . .... T . ... I-u . T 1 j ft.i Card $fi per year. Leiral Advertlc luents U'fral rate. IHxp'.ny ad rat' made known on application. JACKSON, MO, MAY X IM04. CONVENTIONS. Republican National Conven tion meets at Chicago June 21. The Republican t-tate nominat ing convention will be held at St. Joseph, July 27th. The Republican Judicial con vention will be held at Jefferson City, Aug. 14th. ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOR SIIF.KJKF. We are authorized to nnnounr-e F. A. Kage as a candidate for ishoriff of CapeOirardi'au county, subject to th will of the Repub lican primaries r convention as the central committee may elect. W . .. .... . I . ...1 1 1 ntimlinr.p D A Nichols n a candidate for sheriff "of ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 26 May 1904

World' Fair Notes. Inside the limits of St. Louie Jias risen suddenly as if ki the the night another great metropo lis that will bewilder with its sur passing beauty and compell the admiration of all who see it. One ' almost wishes that after the fair this capital of all expositions could remain standing even though its avenue and buildings, its pale halls and many hued palaces were only peopled by the memories of the millions that passed through, and of the sound of the babel of tongues that rang out in the corridors of this gor geous place of enchantment, for abode of enchantment it was when its massive gates were thrown open to the nations of the earth. To use another simile, is a flower, many colored and ex quisitely beautiful that has bloomed and in the heart of ... . . . i hi wnien are tnree peiais mai win mcu mi; nunc .u n- i "j quickly win the admiration ot the visitor namely the buildings ! she is but a speck on the wide) containingthe"Galveston Flood," expanse of water. .S...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 26 May 1904

322S8 JOHN BURTllZaSfSS Author at "The KMimbm4 MlUtatwIrx," "CoWa4 Moerae's DecMae." Etc OciPTKiriRT, in. sr I All rigbu I Coptbioht, iboj. bt raspsmcs, VraAH Jnlll I ranervnl I 1 J. Uillit BlDDLS CHAPTER SEVEN Continued. "Yes, he has, and she's a beauty," he replied, with the air of one giving an expert opinion. "Well, you keep away from her!" aid the old man gruffly. "Let her alone. She'll never have a dollar. Car den'a mined right now. but he doesn't know It. I d. What about this daughter?" he demanded, pausing In front of Arthur. "Is she stopping around here?" "She la spending the summer at Bishop's a farmhouse about five miles from here," replied the son. "Say, governor, you nuiBt write to (.'arden and say you've learned that Ills duughter is here, and that you and your family will bo delighted to meet her socially, and will try to make her stay In the country agreeable." "I'll do nothing of the kind." roared Randolph Morris. lie stormed and fumed for a while, and then wrote th...

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