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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 16 June 1904

TO PUT CHECK UPON THE MINE OWNERS FOURTEEN LOSE LIVES IN PEORIA EXPLOSION "DEATH TO UNIONS" NOW THE BLOODY BATTLE AT KILL UNION MINER IN PITCHED BATTLE VICTOR, COLO. SLOGAN IN CRIPPLE CREEK Colorado Officials Think It Tim to Take Charge at Crippl Creek. City Confronted with Problem of Dis position of Dead Cattle. Twtlvs Nonunion Miners Blown to Report Second Fight, tbe Civilians Being Entrenched. Instant Death, Denver. Colo.: At 8 o'clock Tuesday evening A.ljt. Gen. Hell left for Cripple ''reek, to make Investigation of the conditions there, with a view to fur nishing information to Gov. Peabudy on hlH return. Oen. Hell la not In favor of allowing the vigilantes any more latitude than what g allowed the min or, and It In certain that he will re port favoring the placing of the dis trict under military law. Thin latter policy la not acceptable to the mine owner, who want to be left to their own devlcei for exterminating the labor union according to the dictates of expedlenscy. The Ci...

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. — 16 June 1904

4 . Jackson Herald. UKl'Unl.lCAN IS POLITICS. 11. F. LUSK... ....rtiiLisiir.ii F.atnrpc at the ir.ni(li-i if l:vxn, M., in wcciud-i'lKM innltrr Nuvenilirr 4. 1.V7. Tortus fur t ho Hkhalii .ir a foi-; lows: For one year. . . . SIX IIIOtltllH I hrte mouths . . , 1.00 .:o .30 i ': OflW M.l s-r i. .-- AliVKKTIslMi lUfKs: I.oonl, lie Ir line chcIi insert Inn. I'rotisKi'HIiil t'arrt . Iier venr. I.i'iril Ailverti-e-! meniH l.'Jd rMt..s. I lisplny ad rate niiide kii'iNvn nn npiilli-iiil'iii. ! - JACKSON, MO., .H'NK I'--. ro.WKNTlONN. Republieaii N:iti-nal Conven tion meets at Chicago June 21. Convention to nominate state and judicial delegates to be held at Jackson, July 2 The Republican Mate nominat ing convention will be held at St. .)oeph, July 27tli. The Republican .Judicial Ci.n ventioii will be held at Jefferson Citv. An-. 1 County primary to nominate county ticket to held on Aug ust i.i. ANNOUNCEMENTS. i-oi; sin:t:ii i'. are aiithoried to announce K. A. Kai;e as a candidate for fche...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 16 June 1904

j JAKB CRAWFORD'S CORPORATION i By FHANK H. SWEET. i'.VpTO.rt.L ten. U e.il.y tHwrj. Pull. C. J AKi: ( HAWK'HIi liiolimt tocfl iaiiiI.v ililn tlii- g)i I'd eye. "I up idlers h4iil it i nciu iii to the tau' hit would till my pockets miuitf ihiv, Cindy." "'Tniii't so inifjt the fk' 1 m belli' filled its 't is we inn lile like fo'k," the j;irl nn.-wi r-l. w is. f nllj . her , cs con trol lini; his mid set mm ir In sw ecp tl. em b..;ii nnt into the prtat wmitl m-yitiii the mm. mains. "At:' Juki'." H ist fully . "Til like to lie 'liiiiliiu' nlnne-hie o' .urn iin' hi''iin'. Hit (. seem i.ke yon mi' mi' ti.icnt i; t to what Me aiiin i! Ittr -only," w.tn it Mtiiili n Iruce of nnei'i t; inty in her voice, "that In.'tU r ! '.ci : ii "aik'ti' to the hotel w hit r I nJ' t lie I, tickle In-riie Mi iil us how fn'ks ci. nil. n't I'm out Hinting I'o'ks on Ies'n a mih nn tii.iiiii's. Is hit m licit . .lake ."' He slniii ti ill her rea I reckon hit's it It t -tan', inorc'ii tun tl ye feel to lie f.ke...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 16 June 1904

JOHN BURT Aataor at -n Kidnapped Mllllogalres," "Colwl Mow' DactriM." Etc OupTnioirr. ivm, r VBSDamcK Upham Adams AU m hu merl Cupid had stolen upon her In tb night, lie had flred an arrow and flud. She felt the delicious tingle of the wound in ber heart, and won dered If it wax love. CHAPTER TEN. Samuel Lemuel Rounds. "The Kotindscs don't run much tew ancestry. 1 reckon; leastwise our end on 'cm don't," Ham Kounda had ex plained to John Hurt on one occasion. "Course I've got a lot of ancestors tiack somewhar, but who'n thunder they are, blamed 'f I know!" It Is reasonably well established that, a ItoundM settled In Itehoboth fully one hundred year before Ham was born, but the latter recollection did not extend back of hiM father one Illratn Hound. Tho annals of Hiram Hounds and his family ran bo epito mized In one word work. "Dad shorely was er hard worker nn' no mistake," explained Sain. "When llinr wa'nt no work tew dew on our farm, he'd hire out tew tlier neighbor fcr fifty er s...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 16 June 1904

1 l' To be i successful wife, to retain the love and admiration of her husband should be a woman's constant study. Airs. Brown and Mrs. Potts tell their stories for the benefit of all wives and mothers. .'Tear Mrs. I'inriiam : l.yilla I. I'lnkluim'a pitnlIn Com pound will make every mother well, stronp. Iimlthy und Impp.v. I ilmccd through nine years of miserable existence, worn out with puin anil weiiriurss. I then noticed a statement of a woman troubled ns 1 was. und the wonderful results she had had from your Vegc.tnble t'oinpounii. uud derided to try what it would do for me, and ued It for three month. At the end of that time I was a different womau, the neighbors remarked it, and my hut-bund fell in lore with me all over again. It wemed liUo a new nimenre. 1 had been Buf fering with iiiilammation and falling of the womb, but your medieine cured that and built up my entire system, till I wan indeed lil;e a new woman, Sincerely vours, Mr.s. (mas. K liiion'N, si Cedar Terrace, Hot...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 16 June 1904

Children' Service at McLaln Chapel. Sunday, June 12, was n great diiy (it Mcl.ains' chapel. At tin morning service Uov. J. M. King , 4flicl nn eloquent, seririoti on "h u!y Piety." I'.cfore the linur of 8 p. tn. the :iriro lioiH.' win filled In over f! .'V iug with an apprcaehable hiidioneo. The program in pr.oi'Ml was then rendered to the ! i -.1' t'-ti" n of ttli. The selections, n 'tations and songs by the ! children wi re well rendered. The pi : for the best recitation wus ! awarded to Kena AWnathy ami j ly .Stro. i The recitation were all good , and much credit is due Mm. j Snide McLain for her faithful- j liens mid untiring persevercnce i in training tin- children, i T.'ic choir, und-r the leader- j ship nf Miss liessic King, ten- diced Home good music. They j dc -i rve praise The Sunday sell -il at this place, of whicii Mr. Ivy M' ,ait! is superintendent, is in gnud condition. liK.x. Resolutions of Respect ( .! I i.. eath of l -r; 1?. ilur-t : by .lacks. ,il t.'otwl No. :fi T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 23 June 1904

The Jacksn IHIeisailo. vol. VII. jackson. Missouni,Tiiuusi)AV,irNK'r. r.Mti. no. ;w Trticlo fit ttio JACKSON STORE! COMPANY, tho plaoo wliorci your ilolUir jjooh fnrtliowt & O o o o o o o o o o o o 61 YOU WILL FIND IT AT THE JACKSON STORE COMPANY, THE PLACE WHERE YOUR DOLLAR GOES FARTHEST. Uu the night of Tli!irlity. .June :0. I'M!, our Egg Contest will cIo.m1. an. I .-ill gnoses mut - iiui'lt- ly that lime. On l-Yi.I.-iy follow ing. tin t t I 1 I .. A r I ' 1 1 1 ... f- (1... i.'ii.ltilur 1 1 11 1 il t n.l's; Mini .ill 'IT '! .111 V' ' Wt. v I I 111 1.1.1 w nfi ill n 1 . . .1 1 i. ... h. judges, MV, J loss a IX I -l I . M' i a i i.hiu, iii i ' i "'""'" iii.iii" . - ............. ...... - . ... ..... ... ...... i . - in. will receive prizo. Kenn-mLer in must hring a stnl ami number t match tin ne we ImM. and ail rules .uii:ili.-il at 1 beginning L tin onto out. Ome an.l see if ym won a prize ami we will make Saturday. .Inly L a i.roliln!.!.- .lay U- you l.y making soin.- unheard...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 23 June 1904

JACKSON HEilALD. REPUBLICAN IN POLITIC3. f SHORT NEWS STORIES j PHILANDER C. KNOX TAKES QUAY'S PLACE IN SENATE Missouri Doing's Caught from the Wire and Condensed for Busy Readers. B. F. LUSK..... Publisher Entered at tbe postoffko at Jack, on, Mo., as second-class master No vember 4, 1S37. PHONE3: Office 148 Residence 142 Terms for the Herald are as follows: Tor on year... 11.00 It months CO Three tnonthn .34 Advertising natns: Locals 6c per line each Insertion. Profeelonal Card IS per year. Legal Advertisement- legal rut is. Display ad. rates mail known on application. I - - - M THE MARKET REPORT. A Summarized Report Covering tie Prevailing Conditions. GRAIN St. Louis. W'nrvr-No 2 rod 81. .; No. 3 red 1 .' " Nil 1 hind '" N.. A hard s'.i "iit.s Nil 2 mixed 4'.i Nil. .1 llii vnl I'i'; " Nn. '. yellow 4! Nil .'I ycll.nv 4S Nil. 2 while Ml " No. :i white. is litis- N'ii. 'J nii'i 41 '-, " No. .1 ihimmI 40 " Nil white I. Nil 4 white Kvi: No. 2 70 Chicago. VViu.ai Vii v f ti ir .'"i ' ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 23 June 1904

TWO BOOOLERS WILL , COM STRIPES AT LAST MINERS ISSUE STATEMENT STAKELBERO ADMITS THAT HIS ARMY IS ROUTED DRIVE RUSSIANS OUT OF YIN KOW ISSUES ORDER FOR MOYER'S RELEASE KANSAS REMOVES BAN Julius Lchmanri and Emile Hartmann Must Serve for Boodling. State Officials Declare Sheriff Erred St. Petersburg Does Not Betters That SOO Muscovites Were Slain. Judge Thayer Interposes In Strife In Colorado Mining Fields. In Driving Back Coloradoans. V With the affirmation of Hi" genten cps of Julius U'liniann and Kmilc HartniHiin and thi reversal of Million aire Robert M. Snyder's five-year sen tence, the Mlsourl boodle record now stands: Klghteen convictions, 2 acquit tals, 8 reversals, 2 aftlrniattonH. Irhn.aun and Hartmann will have the doubtful honor nf being the first of the St. Ixiuls boodlcrs to don the convict's stripes at Jefferson City. Doth were arrested Tuesday on tele graphic orders from MaJ, J. 11. Fink, marshal of the supreme court, and will be taken to the capital some time this we...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 23 June 1904

jr I! I Ml 5 i V i 1 I Jackson Hi:rald. KK1TKLICAN IN I'l (LIT 11.8. . .- -.. t 1-t'UMMiKii ' ; It. F. LUSH. Pntree at ihr tnnHilHf hi JpK.n. Mo.. ' 4 no-i.s i,iht N...'nii, i ; "' - Terms for tii? Hkiiami an- u- ; V,'"1 ,trtli .. 1.0" H ! . i. SiX tll'TIt lis I liPH! lllllliMl" '" .0'.' 0!!l.-.- ll.-sll,-,l'' ' , , Alivf.m iino Itcri.: .ill- ' ,.r liM.M-ii.-hu.w.rti.ci. i..hm: 'aril " r voir. I . n t Adv.-rti-.- iii.-nt- i. k' il r.iic. I i -1 : it v ml rutc. ,,.,,. ,,..., MilMMti-n. JACKSON, Mo., H'M". :. I'"1'' ' C( iNYKNT!' i.N'S. 'otivciitioii to noimtiat. ami indicia! de!eLral- to ! -.late I,,., at .lack.-on, July 1' The li'epublii'ari stilt.' ii'.iiiiii.-it- inur convetiii'-n will lie lii-ld at St. lo-ieph, .Inly 27tii. The i;.-pub!ic,vu ,li,.i;c!al con vention v.il! l e held at .b-iT.-r-on City. Auc.. 1 Lb. ( 'o'lnty nviiti-o-y t !c-:i,inat ' county t';ci-t I-. I I ' M "ii Aa--n-t :.''. ANNOUNCEMENTS. i oi: i :i i . We -o e authorized to ai!t;o-.i A. Kii-- " a andi.iate f--r...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 23 June 1904

Great Religious Celebration Odd Fellows Reorganize. At Oak Ridge July 4. Appro-I Last Tuesday night the Odd! priate sermons and speeches by Pelloivs at Cape Girardeau rer- preachers nnd lavmen of all de nominations. Kverybody come and brinjjr your baskets and spend a day in religious patriot ism. ('OM MITTKKt canized Past Master J. W, Ulaek and Grand Secretary K. M. Sloan were present and in stalled the new officers. The; I lodge i styled Cape City Lodge' v.. e.-s. t. ......... ... i.. ,.i ! CONVENTION 20 (.ild members and 9 new ones ; Of old maids, to be held at the : that were initiated Tuesday night, i J. M. A. hail, on Friday, .lune 24, 1 Hr.ither Block in an untiring at 8 p. m., fur the benefit of the worker and the floor work undir' Kniseotial church. Admission, i l.n direction was the best wj !L L i (V- reserved seals. ;J;o. on sale at er saw. mere were wuhik Grant A: Klbreehf's. ( ioncral ! members present f rum about six admission 25c 3 p. m. Frid o'clock for children under...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 23 June 1904

JOHN BURTlSafSS Author of "The KkliMpp MillMMialrts." "CotoMl Monro' Doctrfno, Etc Z. CoFYKHWT, 1(101, BT I All rlftlM I OOI'THKIHT, IWU. BT Fnl)lnlLK Ui-iiah Adams wMrvwl I A. i. DmmltL BiddlB CHAPTER X. Continued. Tell ye what we'll dew." said Sam. "How many yards docs It take fer a dress? Fifteen? All right. Well Rive yo sixty cents a yard- rash. What d'ye nay, Mr. Farnswotth? Is it a bargain?" "All right," gronnod the merchant. "It leaven mo nothing, but I'll do It a a favnr. Of course you want aume blrck Incn for trimmings?" "Sure," replied Sam. "Something about twenty five rents a yard," suggested Mrs. ItoiindH. She fait, like one who, having fallen from Krare, decides to go to perdition with flying colors. No one in Ilehoboth ever hud possessed a blurk silk gown with luce trimmings. "Hero Is something at thirty cents a yard which I can huuesty recom mend," said Mr. Farnsworth. After Inspecting cheaper qualities, on which Mr Farnsworth fixed higher prices, Mrs. Konnds consente...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 23 June 1904

TOLO IN CALIFORNIA. Helping tb k I d o eye la helping tae whole body, for It U the kidneys that remove the poisons and waste from the body. Learning this duple lesson hia made many sick men and women well. Judge A. J. Kelter of 318 So. K. St., Jan Hernardtno, Calif., says: "Kor 18 years my kidneys were not perform ing their functions properly. There was some backache, and the kidney secretions were profuro, containing also considerable sediment Finally the doctors said I had diabetes. Doan's Kidney Mils wrought a groat change In my condition and now I sleep and feel well again." A FREE TRIAL of this great kidney medicine which cured Judge Fetter will be mailed to any part of the United States. Address FoMcr Milburn Co., Iluffalo. N. Y. Sold by all deal ers; price DO cents per box. Accidents on the Seas. Four per cent of sailing vessels and two and a half per tent of stcnmnhlps Hrft I.- t- n vnir HANDS One Night Treatment with Soak the feet or hands on retiring in a strong, hot, crea...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 23 June 1904

$ig00B0 & 'j. ' m. - m m y : .- V f Gash Given Avay fo Users of sx gOTa2 ppa 22J rasa : ' "' -w1-' ;t. & ! v : it-. i, - '5 , - Everj KXKCfTUIX'S NOTK'F.. I Nn?l''e IM I ! j : .V tihl-ll tllrtl letter ' ti'MiilnelitHry lli"ii tin' it.it" ol i .1 XSC ll Kmll lei', ill r";i-l- I. ll.lVI' Ill-ell u-r .nil fl tn Hi' mi. I. if liii- i 1 v Hi-- i .1:1-1.1 .,f tin. I...T. (' .lil t ..f I ' i r.i ,"Iimu t 'u.iiit . M;- iiiri. iti v.i.-.i-t . hf.-ifitiK 'I ' li" '' 'I" "' y, . :. . I m . t,- hilt ill. . ' -1 i It ,,j t;l; t .t .1 i -t;l' 'IT" i Li i ; 1 1 I i " .ii i.i !. I ;.- Ill .1 II' I i : ( V ,, i it !-ili ! r : i . i .1 i . .! - .i i !!. r. . f i .! -r . ..-(... t'l .1:1 ill.'. I.. ." ' - : ;ii.. .1 -;it.: ,.'..' . t ..i.i... v,:i.i, i . .. i ti , , ill I..' . i ! i:lii. K i J '.i i:. i; i-m' ' ;. t:l folks' Scrvic at rtk Hill. 'I m-re will In.' an ' I i Folk-' Si i' m i , I.-. i 1 "in -t .ir.'l Sermon iit ! ; l : n. li'., .bine L''i, a! Rock n il. At .. in. Tii'-ri- -.v 1 1 1...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 30 June 1904

Tra EBA1B. VOL. VII. ri AC'KSON. MISSOURI, I'll 1 KSDA V, A I'NK ?A liioi. iNo. .11 Trnclo .it 1 1 1 c 1 JACKSON STORE COMPANY- t.bo pint n wIkmyi nour (!t:llnr Moot fitrl.hosl ail L O C A L tt W. S,;,,,f,r iami.y at- 1 JJ S V S.TH : 1 r. I-'. ( Ires!;,; i - - i; s; tended It.. V, : ! a s -aii't!n wc-i;. I " .... r s : i i . . !..' ,-, ..r; i - ( t,:i ..-! .1. Yv T.-:vl-T..f t!.. (.-..pi-.-iit I --;-n il-.hy opa:!:y day, h,y 12. c , !,, . - Sunday ;il iv wi'h hia family. ,!: Ii. Johns, n "! tlii' (.;' cad ' .tun ' I ii'-e, in", v h.ra to ir, a ihv. A. T. i.!.-l)i'".n wen: t" St. j POCAHONTAS, MO tui.' s-; in .lack-, .n y-.ilfi lay. C. Husliii'-r and family are in St. Louis visilin-z (! V..rl.i'.H fair. K-ad Hasshn..-er's rvn.oval a!o ad in this issue. Moris Monday to attend I'rohi-j biti. .1) '"nv mi, in and incidently I '"M ' J see tin- World- Fair. 1 ' ! ;'" Then. Keid and v. i f .. ..f I.'.I. . j !'!.' ii.'i here. i : W . VTyard nad Jacob I I.'. 'Vit- !' I. i :v n li l. .Vn:id..y...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 30 June 1904

41m I r. I i 1: si, lit i lit 1 I ti : i'2 i f i Lie.' ; Bit :, illi 1 the f; , up we; :ity an, f; tho ;. out I -,, , the neiy ? Folk 7 nt th.'; jnrt t ; io is , u cur r ivliov f ns vl I woii . i ' ' ?. . i V' ' Sr : : t i J i.-i ft -. v. rid iprenl us aq Kepulj I-: e no ores n , ha, V 18BU0 a 3 1 ung. lentuf'1 f.f ltt (Mod tho BCrV 11 TrU W XXX IDT II 9y rREDKWCK CI Vinil JO J XV 1 lPHAM ADAMS Author ot "The kidnapped Mmiaulrn," "Calami Monro' tMctrliM,' Etc. rorYHiiitiT. iwrj, nr I All rlihW I Cop van hit. M4. nT FnEiiamcK UriuM Adams reserved A. J. Umiil. UiDDI.a CHAPTER XII. Continued. Two hundred feet from tho house llio dog pnusod and snlfTed tho air. Then, with a yelp, ho plunged to tho right, made fur a rock which allowed dim through tho snow, and hnrrowed frautlrally Into a drift on Its leeward Hide In tho white mass Blake raw a lurk object, and as ho reached the nxl It moved. Tho ii'-xt Instant a lii'anli'il faro appeared from tho folds if ii lii'iivy fur overcoat, and a m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 30 June 1904

X BEFORE PUBLIC EYE 1. 4 KILLING OF GEN. EOBRIKOFF. Seems to Be Direct Result of Situa tion in Finland. PolirlUnff, tho Kovt-rnor general of Finland, who was asaKlnatt'(l last week, has licen rioarrlbed an "a com bination of a French farmer general of taxes In pro-revolutionary day and tho cliier of a band of modern Turkish brlBandn." The denunciation of his murder In the Russian official press and his so-called dying declaration prove nothing in his favor. They are evidence rather of tho utter Incapacity of the Russian bureaucracy to com prehend the true significance of the Finnish agitation. While It may bo thnt Bobrlkoff was a proper Instrument for the work In hand, that work itself was of the most abhorrent character In the present days of political development. It has been aptly said that he appeared like the spirit of the sixteenth century ad dressing the twentieth century, for that fairly represents the contrast be tween Russian tyranny and the Fin nish aspiration for liberty...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 30 June 1904

M y A l'3 I 't : i'i i .T: . LI p.- I; f- :- 8 : fv1, Km . Ill Ihl' VI"-''"1!''- l H.'k-i t w:.;:i't-i i:is, n.:.tii i Nuviiu '. r I. I Six II". II' Ms . . . 1 li r; ii, '.id li- 0 !! . K..-I.I -I..-. -I ir-U'CnV lin ' FOR JlGF. SKCO.M) MSTRICT. iAtlU. I lljltAljl'.; Ve are authorized to announce kkithucan is i-oi.iTits. Jaeob litigiman as a candidate -. - -. : . . for associate judge '.if the nwnii'l IS. K. Lt:j!K ri iii.im.kk liri:t, subject to tlio KfpuMi can primary on AumiAt 2.1. We are am !i' irizi' l ti announce John II. I!i iu;ht as ii candidate I' T iHHD'.-iutt? judC ''f til" fe'"ild TiTniH for Hi.. IIiiiiai.i. iiM us!"'- district, subject to the Republican ror one yar ' REPii-sAN mm. I'.., I'r. i l. i.i thkoi.okk i:oosi;vi:ii' r... v. !.-.,'. i ' CI I AS. V. lAIUHANk'S Sam Cook carried l!uhanan county last Saturday 4 It 1. Till-; i letnocnitic National Con vention nets at St. Louis next WchnevlaV. o- I l! A nvi ii i i-i mi I!,;i.: I.ori.U ' I or i i id- m ! i ,n-iTtl'iii. ...

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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 30 June 1904

-a V": " ' '' First Great Airship Flight. , atuUJritish t.'uopi mounted, mnny i ' : tribe.-! of blanket Indians from! Kepublic.n Precinct Masting!.. The most widely interesting the western plains, c:ai Jify ar-j event in America or tin; wlv ile j rayed and hedeekod with feather- ' world for that mutter on the 4th j and -.'lint.-; Ksquimos from the I day of .July wiil be tho voyage of : far north, (Ji.'l'f Dweilo's from the) M. Sant'i-j-Oumont through the j southwest ; K.;yp;iaiis, Arab, ; ilir, far above the gtv.nd paluoes ; Chin-so, .lapanos ; and people cf and ground j of the World'.-) fair many tribe- nr-t - mi'ries c!.". ! at St. Loui a.s a feature .f the ' in the oiii-lons e.it-t .im-s of tn-irj celebration of Independence day ; race. ; at the exiiositioti. ' "'he I'll.- with its lifty f ; ti :n ' Sant is-LHimont arrived in St. will h well roprosont-l in ; Louis June '21 and has) fvnt tho wonderful par;nJo, wiih gorgeoin intervening days in making ready j f! mis; strange people...

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. — 30 June 1904

JACKSON HERALD. REPUBLICAN IN POLITICS. SHORT NEWS STORIES Caught from tht Wire and Condensed for Busy Readers, B. r. LUSK. .Publisher Missouri Doings Entered at the postuffice at Jack, on, Mo., a second-class mutter No venvbvr 4, 187. PHONES: Offlea 148 Reeldonce 14! Tarma for tba Herald are a follows: Tor one year 11.00 Blx months 60 iTjrs months ' JS9 Advertising Rates: Loral te p"f Hue each Insertion. Profeekonal Card l per year. Legal Advertisements- legal rntos. Display ad. nUr mad known on application. THE MARKET REPORT. Summarized Report Covering tht Prevailing Conditions. RAIN St. Louis. Win-at-Nh. 3 red 81 .05 " Nti :i roil 1 i N.i. ".' hard 01 No. a hard M Chun--No. t inix.sl 4ii No. 5 mixed 47'i N.i. J yellow 4'.i " No. .1 Icilow 4 " Nn. S white 4.1 N'.i. 3 white 4.' IAT - N.I. ! UIIM-d 4ii N.i. .1 mixed 4(1 N.i. S whin- 4.'.' " Nn. 4 white 4 '.'Hi Jtric No. J i,s Chicago. M' II HAT - Nl '-' spring ''' " No. ;l spriii,? 'i'.' " N.i l' nil 41 .mi I OIIN No 'J 4.1 No. '.' ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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