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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 30 June 1904

f... CHURCH ENTERS PLEA OF INSANITY CONTINUE CHURCH TRIAL UNTIL NEXT MONDAY ROOSEVELT AND FAIRBANKS DEMANDS CAPTIVE LIGHTNING KILLS OR HIS CAPTOR MISSOURI WOMAN UNANIMOUSLY NOMINATED Defense Seeks Continuance for War renton Boy Charged with Murder. Defendant Will Be Kept In St. Louis Until That Time. Hay Insists Perdlcaria Be Delivered or Mrs. Alspaugh, Near Columbia, Meets Instant Death Storms Elsewhere. Raisull Taken, Dead or Allvt, I I Wnrrentnn, Mo.: The trial of Wil liam E. Cli.irrh, thu self-confessed murderer of his fornix parents, Mr and Mr. Henry W. Ycntcr, on August 31, 1903, cnme up In thu circuit court hero Monday and brought to the city a large crowd. The crime with which Church Is charged In one of the most shocking In the criminal history of the state, and ono which has attracted wide spread Interest. A blood stained note found In the. rural mnll-box, reading, "Mr. nnd Mrs. Veater have been killed," and signed William R. Church, was tho first clew to lead to the dis c...

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. — 30 June 1904

En' on, Offlo Ret Tl For Bis Thf A Hn ! t I I 4s V I- : k. ' ' ' ' ;-'; i ': si 5 i 4,ui ling. F WUUD jpirt. ublea of Wheal prciiy pwi, but thin on t!ii; r nin- S iiIH- of ill ' riilpial buy a trot i J i : t ! l.'ii'i .'.uii.doy itfterriuon l-y '.iiu: liirir v'"1'" 'l''!ic the p.l n : I .vi. ;.: Vt'.ili:;.-.' -:iii5c v.-ry near ft .in : a it i I.e. .:-:i.i.r. or pr-.b- nr.iy j.' iun. ,.! i.'i'.i H iu.!ay while he .: i-i hi.i lr- ! ;i r-:-ii.t.i wi-ri'C 'in- j i-i, l:- 'in .),;i!v" -ii -while c!''b :iii;,r ; I. ,' rt ei k Iie.ii Ware's place. Muf- j I.I V..'i.ol ' 1 . V." 1 1 til" creek : : vi.-. cai...;i'i ii. ii drift, but . .! - i c ... -sied y Sam v ! i pulled h, .'.. . .t Li' the irii'u A ' . .ihai.i n,; i.e.ir ,'et- I:.-. struck l.iy li.;lilr;r.iii'. It -v. r :ii.nt oik.1 fi-h- ! his fact- :ih i. the ic.i'.e al ihe wide of I i iv..'. a-; he p. i. .-.'.!. .v it w oay,'-e,o it ..r. ' Iippari r. I I ! wi -t ..-i w ii tv.v.- mi-, "" , . .-. Ti 1. ihii .ii-ii I.'.'- 1 ' I. ;-:.iv., ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 7 July 1904

The Jackson IMIekald. JACKSON. MISSOU.il. THURSDAY. JULY .7 liKM. VOL. VII. M). r Triulo at tlio JACKSON STORE! GOMPANY- tlio placo whoro ijour clcll.r fjoow fnrtliost L ( C A L S We bought 18,80 dozen eggs' Kinder whips at b olter's, during our egg contest. Anyone j C. H. Wolters went to his farm having guesses near thin should 'in Stoddard county yesterday bring them in nt once and nave; Harvester oil at Welter's. recorded. Jackson Store Co. Drink Milde's soda. Wm. l'aar is now a notary pub lic. Emil t'enzel is suffering with nn attack of rheumatism. Keep cool by drinking Milde's bottled goods. Miss Addie .Jenkins of Bates- the family the auspices of the W. C. T. U. will be held in Jackson Thursday , night, July 14. j Joseph F. Koehk-r will go to : Wheat SOc to-day. Hardware at R, S. Wolter's. C. W, Henderson went to St. Louis last Saturday. F. W. Bueckemann's little boy is quite sick. Go to Sibley's for ice-cream. Wilson Bean returned from St. Louis Sunday. Carl McXeely we learn ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 7 July 1904

JOHN BURTlliftSfaS Author of "Tha kidnapped MllllonalrM," "Colon! Moan' Doetrloo." Etc CoprnmriT. IW, ht I All rlrbM Coptrkiht. I bt mD..n k Ui-mau loin I nttrfnl I A. J. Ilnilll. ItlDtltl ate CHAPTER XII. Contlnuid. "I've been pant it a h unci rod tlmei. I've struck a pick all around thero and neTer found ore," said Ulake reflective ly, "but that proves nothing. A thou Hand peoplo walked over thn Initio Calaveras beforo t found the Kilt. Wall. John," he concluded, relapsing to the familiar Yankee drawl, " 'don't this Iwnt time. ait Uncle Toby Haynea used to Bay?" "It certainly Is remarkable," said John Hurt. fohllnK tho map. "How did you happen to select Hi Ik particu lar pot, Jim?" ".liiBt happeneil to, that's all," was (be- laconic reply. I luid out claims all along hern, but this one seeiued the most likely." "I suppose your claims cover tho mound indicated on this mup, don't tin .?' asked John. ' It drin'c mako a bit of difference whether they do or not," assorted Hlako wilh mu...

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

FREE TO TWENTY-FIV.. LADIES. Th Defiance Starch Co. will give 15 ladle a round trip ticket to the St. I.onl Exposition, to five Indies In each of the following ttates: Illinois, Iowa, Nebraska, Kansas and Mis souri who will send In the largest number of trade murks cut from a ten-cent, Ifi-ounce package of Defi ance cold wator laundry starch. Thla means from your own home, any where In the above named Kates. ThsEO trade r.-.arUs must be mailed to and received by the Defiance Starch Co., Omaha. Nebr., before Sep tember 1st, 1904. October and Novem ber will be the best months to visit the Kvpcmlllon. Remember that I)efl. ence Is tho only starch put up 1C or,, (a full pound) to the package. You Bet one third more starch for the same money than of any other kind, and Defiance never sticks to the Iron. Tho tickets to the Exposition will be sent by registered mall September (tb. Starch for sale by all dealer. Aged and Youthful Statesmen. The oldest man elected to the Ver mont general asse...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 7 July 1904

JA- B. F Eg ' on. Offlt : - i T j Tor i ; Hm ' II tog km Jackson Hehald. KEI'UIILICAX IN roLlTICS. B. F. IXSK 1'UBUSIIKK F.utprrt at thi-ii"K'-- Jtfu-on.Mo., ci n1-i:lM iiiHite r Vivitnin-r . lv,. Terms for the Hehald nre u tol For one year '-'j1 $X IMMtltllS 'J' f hr..., muni lot o Odlft Hldrn,'tv u; AllVtBTISINU ItATKrt: Loil(l C per litiiM'fioh iiiKvi ll'in. rriii".xliual C'urrl t'j l.'r vi'iir. I.eir.ik) Advertl-e-nient--I-ir:il 'rate. Hit.pl"' "!( made kti iwn on i i J i c : 1 1 1 n - JACKSON, MO.. .II'I.Y 1W4. convkntions. The Republican state nominat ing convention will lc held at St. Joseph, July 27th. The Republican Judicial con vention will he held at Jefferson City, Auir. Hth. County primary t" county ticket t" be he!' ut 2). nominate on A 1 1 r - ANNOUNCEMENTS. KOU HI-.I KKSKNTAUVK. V.. :hv niithnn.od to announce! L. R. John.vtn a, a eandidate for; rel.ref- .ntative of Cape ..mmicau;t(1 s,.(mll. At,;Kinley last Satur- eolifltV. iul'iect to ttu pu oheani primary on Jo. ,,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 7 July 1904

AUIOiSl jBiLE FOK ICE. Iliilirfnl llrouklt n Invrntor Ekt'etftt III "ii'(, hi I'hriiiiMixlll.i. tu lamlr the Kri'ji'tt ui-th. Tilt; pHi'iini' fdi'.o lin.. bet-n initio,:.! lo c .1 . r tie fiui-li itortii. It i. .1 mrt i,t mi It e av.t,i.n.l.ilv hi.'.: li.vu.tu.' J. l:. M..; 1)1. IT. of .11 l. i . ..11 ftieet, U'jn. i.rfiarr it nsl make -J tiiilt-f mi i.iur timolol tlie tii irff'. fT'iie tl.nt 1 vr r rr"!. !! !.r,v, ln- 11 ami Ion mi in lie li.c 1 1 i.l i I.li.x .11 up-1 i.-iial e .niton. Tin- preinm i-litii iv the pro peller f tlie mat lone. M,.ei.iilT be lie.e linnii iu l.is tii w i!niee. "My ietliint." -.niil t lie !nv. liter. " peuds not rpi-ii 11 f;iir wind, ui. iniittii. upon n win. I nl any kind, exeept tli" ttititi it ttsako i 1 f e if . It nii'.v lira'e:ul iiilttr r-r it 11 i. v be n fr: If lilnwirs. It')" n! tl.i- Mum- In iiti itilmnt lit i vtn lij the inifttmiilit f. 'IY Oil t lie t mi: Ij, am'. tr:iii'e u it limy uppmr t tin Iny mini!. It wiil po f:i'.er iipn!ti-t 11 inil...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 7 July 1904

JACKSON HE.'JaLD. REPUBLICAN IN POLITICS. ' B. r.,LUSK Publisher Entered at the postofflce at Jack, on, Mo., m second-class matter No vember 4, 1897. PHONES: Office ..Hi Resldonce 112 Tarsia tor the Herald are aa follows: Tor one year $1.90 lis moatha 59 Three months 3 Advertising Rate: Locals 6e pef line each Insertion. Profealonal Card It per year. Legal Advertisement- legal rates. Display ad. rates made known en application. THE MARKET REPORT. A Summarized Report Covering the Prevailing Conditio. ia. GRAIN St. Louis. WnrAT-No. 5 red 31.0T! " No. :i red 100 " No. hard 03 " No. 3 hard K1 Cirx No. 3 mixed .'.0 No. 3 ii.irl 4J' ' No. a yellow Ml " No. a vi'llim 4tt ' No. 3 white 5u " No. 3 while W'4 ! No. 'i niii..l 4C.l No. 1 iiiirril 4ii No. white 44 'i " No. 4 W hilv -' '' HK No. 2 lis Chicagi. Wki at -No ? ,pilng 97 " No. :i Miriiifp '-'-'i " No :.' red W'J t ims -No. J 4H ' No. V yrllow 4'. Ijiih No. 2 41 No. :: white 45 " No. .1 white 4.V Hvr.--No. J .'. JIaiii.m I air to choic...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 7 July 1904

BOODLE CONSPIRACY IS BREAKING UP Edmund Eersch Pleads Guilty Other May Follow Suit. St. Louis: The most pronounced scnsfttton of the St. IuIb boodle In vestigation since the return of John K. Issncll from Mexico developed Monday when It wait announced that Etlmuad Hereon, C'hnrles F. Kelly and Charles A. Gulke had decided to ploa.l sillily and throw themselves upon the merry of tho court. Borsch at onre took thla course, sentence being deferred until Friday. Kelly and Gutke will make their picas on July 11. Rullowiiig closely upon this an nouncement came tho withdrawal of Thomas J. Howe as attorney for the lhre dcfcndanls. ' KeJly uud Gutke. II Is expected, will to before the June grand Jury and uisclosures of a sensational nature are expected with regard to Kelly's famous trip to Europe, from which ho relumed only after the expiration of tho time wlinln which certain wealthy aliened bribe-givers could fie Indhtcd for putting up the $47,500 Poodle in tho city lighting deal. Tills ni...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 7 July 1904

Cook Must be Beaten. JAi il Ei : on, Offli Bn t IK Tt t II a v Hi 1U J ( y.a Jli 1 La: Lit i" ' Y T l Wanted A man to defeat Sam n. Cook (r secretary of state. If H. 'V. Mitchell lf Nt-vada can do it tt.en Mitchell pj the person. If n.it, another must be found. In t!ii connection the name of Wal' or W. Williams has been nieiiJoned. Mr. Williams has as '( a i a record on Mitchell, and in belter known. He is not a can !idi ;e in the arreHHive .ense, but the Valley happens to know Hint, ti iiijiuiiiaiu it nvui'A uv-vit th rid of the convention. The Kolk ticket muft be composed of l'olk men. Sam Cook's name thereon would be like an ink fitain on a freshly laundered table cloth. Valley Weekly. If the Cook followers mean to uproot bi Midlers then the nbove is correct, (or if ever there was a boodle-stained Democrat surely Saiii C'.iok is (lie, however, it is tu the interest of the Republicans that Cook be named. Great Coffee Drinkers. T!ic IlraslilnRH drink ri nYe ait tlio Germ.ina drink ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 14 July 1904

The Jackson Herald; VOL. VII. JACKSON. MISSOURI, THURSDAY. JULY I 1, VM)L i0. 3 Trndo at tlio JAGKSON STORE GOMPANY. tho placo wlioro your dollar noos farthast L O C A L S Wheat Soe to-day. Col. T. W. Birmingham is at- tending the World's Fair. Miss Alice Vinyard has been elected assistant teacher at Fred eriektown. H, M. Morgan was on the sick list last week, but is able to again attend to duty. Mrs. Riley, mother of H. R. Quinn, was quite sick last week, but is better. Hardware at R. S. Wolter's. Miss Jaeio Gladish went to Benton Monday to visit her sister Mrs. Kingsberry. It is rumored that J. E. Frank lin of Fredoricktown will ft art a bank at Oak Ridge. Louis Schmidt clerked in ScJiaefer's store during the ab sfine cf Mr. Heinberg last week. Gto Sibley's for ice-cream. Mrs. Sallie L. Peterman came home Friday and remained Sun day, returning to St. Louis Mon day. Born, to Mason Thomas Mill wife, a fine 0 pound girl on July Oth. Mother and child are doing well. Mr. and Mrs. Dick ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 14 July 1904

JA JACKSON HERALD. REPUBLICAN IN POLITICS. SHORT NEWS STORIES Missouri Doing's taught from the Wire and Condensed for Busy Reader. B. F. LUSK Publisher 1 El on, Km I ' j; n ! t Ha It 1 ko Ml ' Hi i i K H,. I i U 1 i i i Entered at the postofllce at Jack, con, Mo., a second-class matter No vember 4, 1117. PHONES: Office 148 Rcaldesce 143 Terras for the Herald ro as follows; For one year 11.00 Biz mouth SO Three months v. .SO Advertlilng Rales: Local Gc per line each Insertion, Profoslonal Card t8 per year. Legal Advertisements legal rates. Display ad. rate mode known on application. THE MARKET REPORT. A Summarized Report Covering the Prevailing Conditions. GRAIN St. Louis. Wiipat Nn: 2 red $1.07! No 3 rcl 1 .00 " No. 2 hnril 03 " No. 3 hard M Cony No. 2 mixed fit) No. 3 mixed 4iS' " No. 2 yellow M) " No. 3 yellow 4! " No 2 white .Mi' " No. 3 while 4tl' Oats No. 2 mixed 4'. ) " No. 3 mixed 40 " No. 2 white 4 IS No. 4 white 4?j III k No. 2 r,H Chicago. Wiir.AT- No. 5 spring- 07 " No. 3...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 14 July 1904

WITNESSES CLAIM SWITCH WAS OPEN Railroad Men Declare that the Lock Lay on the Ground. ' Litchfield.- 111.: State's Attorney L. .V. Hilt and Corone r V. A. Gray Tues day examined wltcnsscs In the Inquiry Into, the causo of the wreck hero Sun day night, In which more than a score of persons lost their lives. Harry S. Iliibilm was' tho flrst wlt 'ness. hut was unable to give much In formation us to the probable cause ijf the wreck. John licrry, brakeman on the freight train, testified that he had passed the switch that caused the wreck a few 'minutes before, while riding on the pilot of the engine pulling tho freight. ;IIe saw the third section of Train No. .14 go over tho switch In safety about 'twenty minutes before the wreck. O. M. Tedwor, another brakeman on tho 'same trnln. gave almut tho same testi mony. The freight train wns on the xidltig at Honey Bend when the doomed trnln passed them. , Fred V. Edwards of Mlchm-ld. con ductor on the wrecked trnln. testified that trains seldom...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 14 July 1904

JA B. i El on, a Offl I Km r 1 f It j n ! i Ma It N a Ill T i i JinrcAV Hrnitn We are authorized to announce Hello! Brother Mack; how do f tM ' 53 ACKoil IlbKALL'. James A. Bowers as a candidate you like the eold standard? 'SPfliflfiflOr Pfllter Ha II (Tin?. 1 1 ,v ,... for ftr,eint tud of the firstl 1 I aV1 , fe lican party in this county will J -'" on (; "" g B. P. LUSK. - district, subject to the will of the .-I'utoLWiiEH republican pnmary August :u, Rntercc itt th pkm office i 4 n.-H o . Mo., FOR Jt'DOE SKCO.ND DISTRICT We are authorized to announce ; elect a full ticket in November. are authorized to announce, ( Republican friends to take j Jacob Ejrsiman as a candidate ' a . m - . 1 - .1. - I. 111 1 Y II TH til LI1I" VjUU 1 1 LI ( Term for tlie II kiiai.d are u r;- ior associate juuge oi me euunu ; town: For one yiar... Six months.... lliree month onw kllt-nr-e. Anvr.RTlsiNo Rates: Local ';. tii-r lin curb insertion. lrori.iiial Card per ,vcr. Um il Advertise menm It-Kill r;it...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 14 July 1904

The Cliff Dwellers at the World' Fair. The Cliff Dweller of Colorado, New Mexico and the great south west have been bodily transferred to the World'B fair. Their ex' hibit is today regarded by those that have been fortunate enough to visit the out-of-the-way re gion where these Htrange people dwell, as the most interesting of all so called human spectacles now to be seen in St. Louis. In this display we find a reproduc tion of the famous Dattle Rock Mountain which rides out of the desert in Colorado near the Utah line. At the World's Fair this Dattle Rock Minature and the re production of Jthe surrounding mountainous country have been given over to the Clifi Dwellers themselves, some three hundred Moki and Zuni Indians, who, here in the heart of the City of St. Louis, are living their lives over again precisely as the trav eler finds them in their native country. They have cut their homes into this imitation rock and here the visitors can see persuing their daily avocations. They ha...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 14 July 1904

Ytf"fcUTfVT IlITDT 9 Frederick J V-IOfM JD Vl 1 VPHAM ADAMS Author f Tba Kidnapped MllUonalm," Colonel Monroe's Doctrine." Etc Ooptriuht, iwj, nr T All nmu I CoPTnraKT, iwn. nr FnuKim VJpiiam Aua n-rtrved A. J. Ubihi BlDDf CHAPTER XIII Continued. ; At the sight of the ore, and of the dull gloss of tho nugget, a wonderful transformation took place In John Hawkins. Mo gazed at the ore with the rapt look of an enthusiast. The weight of tho uuggot told Its own Btory. "Go ahead and toll mo about this," lie said abruptly. "You look like an lion t man, and It's r waste of tinio to Up to ni. What have you got, and how did you get it?" In a matter of fact way John Burt related thn story of the discovery aud development of the Pallor Mine. "This may be worth looking Into," Raid the capitalist. "I'll send nn ex pert I" Investigate It and make a re poll." Ho rnng a hell and a boy re Rpotided. "Go and tell David I'arker I wan' him," he ordered. "l'itll we have arrived at some ten Inllve agreemen...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 14 July 1904

3 .a WANTED TO BE TEMPTED. Bibulous Individual Were White Rib bon With a Purpose. Mm. riohcrt J. Burdette, candidate for the presidency of the General Fed eration of Women't Clubs, was talk. .n one day about the whlto ribbon that Is tho sign of total abstinence. "There are some persons." said .Mrs. jiirdrtte. "who don't wear the white fbbon with sincerity. They wear It, perhaps, about os hypocritically as It was worn by an employe of a certain tirewer. "This employe, after yenrs of diss! jntlon, appeared one day at the brew sry wltn the white ribbon on his breast. Nothing was said to him, and be wore the ribbon for several Months. Then, one day, the head of Ilie firm, happening to notice the man's badge, approached Mm. "'Why, Frank,' "it Is strange to lee you, a brewer, wearing the white ribbon.' " 'It does look strange, sir,' the man admitted. " 'Well.' said the brewer, 'why do you do It?' "'It la like this,' said the workman. 'I wear the ribbon because It makes men llko to tempt m...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 14 July 1904

From Pocahontas. Rain Is keeping the roads con htantly muddy, although this ruin makes it look favorable fur u (;ood crop. The Jackson ball players were nut here the 4th and were de feated by the Pocahontas boys by it score of 4 to 11. They went In nit dissatisfied and looked like they wanted revenge. Poca hontas had a crippled team that and could have given them a bett r game had all their players b. en there. . Siius Lail, Chas. Kasten, Wm. Wenninger and A. Vogel were at Perry county Sunday to a picnic. Mr. Peter Lehner and family went to Wittenberg Sunday to bis nephew's wedding. I). C. Thompson and Henry Keim-nbeichler returned Sunday from St. Louis. They were there Hevcrul days visiting the fair, Threshing machines are busy threiing wheat. Mr. Frank Sturrett, previously driving the mail hack, is now feeding a ma chine for Henry Pntz. Mr. Star red is n good feeder l"ih for the maehine and himself. I'. A. ICage, candidate f ir wlioritY, was here I.t.-t week elec tioneering. Mr. K...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 21 July 1904

Jackson i.;,;,- VOL. VII. JACKSON. MISSOURI. THURSDAY. JULY 21. 1901. hO. 37 Trsido tit tlio JAGKSON STORE GOMPANY- tho plnco whoro uour dollar goes farthest A WEEK FiBARQAIWS. ISM IHIHSSMJUl U904 U94 If there ever was a week that will be referred to and remembered as the lowest of low-water mark prices it will be the week Beginning Saturday Morning, July 23rd and Ending Saturday Night July 30th. Our Summer Goods must be sold to make room for our large stock of FALL and WINTER GOODS; and below are some prices that will make every bargain vein in your body tingle. - Dress Goods. .A good selection of Lawns .and SSchallie.s, regular price 5c and (H sale price. . . . . yd- Hjc Lawns and Dimities, bargain price " A large lot of 10c and Dress Lawns in the best colors, this sale week go at 71c " Sonic unusual values at 13c, 18c, and 20c, all you want "f" We have a lot of odds and ends in curtains from 1 pair to 4 pairs of a kind that you had better look after. Lace, curtains 21 vurds long,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 21 July 1904

r t JACKSON HERALD. REPUBLICAN IN POLITICS. B. F. I.USK Publisher Entered at tk pttaBc at Jack, on. Mo., as econa'-clas matter No veaiher 4, 11)7. PHONES: OfflCB 148 Residence 141 Terra for Ike Herald are a fellaws; For one r ....$1.60 Bli months GO Threa xsoata.. . .30 Advertising Rate: Local 6c pet Una each Insertion.- Prefealonal Carl $5 par year, Legal Advertisements legal rate. Display ad. rata mad known on application. THE MARKET REPORT. A Summarized' Report Covering the Prevailing Conditions. GRAIN St. Louis. WitrAT-No. t red f 1" No. 3 red 1" No. 2 lianl -'0S " No. 3 hard 3 Con No. 3 mixed -'"IS " No. 3 mixed 4S " No. 2 yellow MS No 3 yellow 51 " No. 2 white S'.'S " No. 3 while AOS Oats-No. 2 mixed 41 S No. 3 mixed 4" " No. 3 whit 45 " No. 4 white 43 Rrc Ni: Chicago. WnrAT-No. 3 spring !" No. 3 spring No 8 reel 81-". 48S' ollN -No 2 No. 2 yellow. . . . No. 2 . 11 OATS - r.y 4.". 41 r.3 No. 2 No. :i No. 2. white white liVK IIahi.ky- Fair to choice malting. . .3o Kansas City. ...

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