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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 21 July 1904

'l .' : I, HENRY G. DAVIS NAMED FOR VICE PRESIDENT Evening Session Marked By 8ena , tional Scent Over Telegram. St. I-ouls: When the roll call for Vice President was finally reached Saturday night, Alabama, - Arkansas and California went solidly for Davis, Turner scored seven on the Colo rado vote and Williams received three At the same' time. The final result of the ballot was, 'unofficially: Williams, 165; Turner, 3.00; Davis. C54 ; Harris, 68. iowa did not Vote. The Domination of Davis was made unanimous. Horn on November lfi. 1S23, Mr. Iavl3 bus risen from a farm boy, with few advantages, t0 pe the possessor of a fortune, estimated In the millions. Besides having been United States Senator from West Virginia for two terms, he has held many positions of nonor. Ho is a cousin of Senator Arthur P. Gorman of Maryland, whose mother was his aunt. He is the father-in-law of United States Senator Stephen D. Klklns. Considerable excitement was caused Saturday by the reports In circula ti...

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 July 1904

: I . . . I ; ! ' 'I ;i t i r I i i I .... rw.T-trr vvOU3 U fn W A nf fiVPP A f I nmviu I : ' 1 Jackson Herald. KErUBUCAN IN POLITICS. B. F. LUSK.. . Pl'BLIBUKII Bntr at the pontottlrs JacUMin, Mo., t cond-clM matuir Nunmber t. IMC. Terms for the Herald are an fol Intra; Vi,r nnn vnr 1 1.00 monthii SO Three month .30 Ofllre Kenldf uco. ... U . .. l We are authorized to announce James A. Bowers as a candidate for associate judge of" the first district, subject to the will of the Republican primary August 20. FOR JUDGE SECOND DISTRICT. We are authorized to announce Jacob Kggiman as a candidate for associate judge of the second district, subject to the Republi can primary on August 20. We are authorized to announce I L. F. Thomas as a candidate for associate judge in the second district, subject to the will of the Republican primary August 20. AiVKTiin IUtkh: LoeuU ik- (Ii.i. j.fwtti li.u..rl..n 1 riif.nlftnill t'arfl r per ypsr. Leitiil Advrrtl-e-tiifctiU li-pil nitos. llt.p';iy;ilnil...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 21 July 1904

Addition Local. From Pocahontas. J. J. McNeely of Fruitland had business at Delta last Saturday. Mrs. Witson of St. Louia is vis iting the family of B. M. Morgan. Albert Nienstead of the Oape was in Jackson the first of the week. M. B. McNecly and family of Little Rock, Ark., are visiting in this city. Miss Anita Helmkampf re turned from a visit to St. Louis this week. House and property for ale cheap. A good location. Inquire at this office. Owing to a break in our news paper press, the Herald is late this week. R. M. Sawyer sold his farm near Fruitland to Wm. Sachse last week for S3.500. The Jackson brass band will commence their annual summer concerts in the court houue yard to-night. This office printed the rules and regulations governing the Republican primaries on August 20. Captain Mabrey of Burford ville was accompanied by his wife on his trip to Nevada last week. Are you hot? Well, order a case of Milde's Soda and keep cool. No better hot weather drink sold. The delegates o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 21 July 1904

JOHN BURT 11 Aothor M "Tb KMnpfie4 MlfdoMlm," " "Cotoiwl AVmnw's DMtHM." Etc onPVRninT. w, nr I All tlthui 1 Oorriti'iHT, lwi. nT FBCUBltltK Ul'lim ADAM I ptMrvnt I A. J. bmuL Hi DDLS CHAPTER XV. A Brilliant -Campaign. James make yet longed for Bpccnla tivo laurels. Ills ono nmhltlon was to achieve soma sweeping coup, anil tasto the Inwanl Joy of triumph sweeter far than thtt uncU'Hcrvcd fame which linil amassed half a million of dot Jam tho temptation to rink It was too etrong to ho resisted. John Burt had Just terminated a campaign which bad netted him nearly a million In profit, nd John Hawkins had been equally successful. Make saw a chance and took It. With nervo and skill lie forced a stock to a point where vic tory seemed certain; but an unfore seen, event ruined his chances at the moment when the spell of III luck seemed broken. Tim market turned, but. by a series of moves, brilliant as If inspired by success Instead of dis aster, lllnke saved himself from a complete rout, an...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 21 July 1904

FREE TO TWENTY-FIVU LADIES. The Defiance Starch Co. wilt tW tb ladles round trip ticket to the 6t Louie Exposition, to five ladles la each of the following states: Illinois, Iowa, Nebraska, Kansas and Mis souri wbo will send in the largest number of trade marks cut from ft ten-cent, 16-ounce package of Defi ance cold water laundry starch. This means from your own borne, any where In the above named states. Thene trade marks must be mailed to and received by tbe Defiance Btarch Co., Omaha, Nebr., before Sep tember 1st, 1904. October and Novem ber will be the best months to visit the Exposition. Remember that Defi ance Is tbo only starch put tip 10 oz. (a full pound) to tbe package. You cet one-third more starch for the same money than of any other kind, and Defiance never sticks to tbe Iron. The tickets to the Exposition will be ent by registered mall September 6th. Starch for sale by all dealers. Disappointed. Jaapar What are you looking so annoyed about? Mrs. Jaspar I ex pected ft ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 21 July 1904

Stephet.ko. 's Ciul. A niurblo but;! ! (.. r,r Hon wnn iuivelV:i r.t the rullwcv '.ir tlon at Homo r'-i-viiMy. 'I he- Inin presented by the Institution of Civil Engineers to tho minili iHllly of limine ui a supplement to the tahtit placed in the vegtllml of the railway giallon nt Homo 'n 1881 to commemorato the ccntennry of the birth of tho father of tho railway system. I mn aw(n Mil CASH GIVEN AWAY to Usors of TWO MOOES OF HAIRDRE3SING. I li 1 li Cuttoma of Abyssinian Dandies and Warricri. lu Abyr.nlnta one wthoil of dolna; the hair Hint In adopted by warrior is to Mt-oll Into tin- rcaikct pluco. buy b pound of buttur and, f uttlng It tiion the ti of the hnlr, Mtiind still while tho pun atTimr.i? thlnn. When the hair Is Hum draped with melted bnt-ti.-r the Aliy.'idnliin knows that fate cannot (or will iintj touch him ho la a picture of woll-drpsseti uleKnnce done In oils. Another Htylo Ih to tress the hair and every trend mean nome li ! titr. A young warrior with a head of loilr un...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 28 July 1904

Jackson Heemwd, TOE VOL. VII. JACKSON. MISSOURI, THURSDAY. JULY 28, 1904. NO. 38 Trade at tho JACKSON STORE! GOMPANY- tho place whore vjour dollar goos farthest LOCALS Wheat 83o to-day. See Flentge & Co.'s ad. Mrs. R. M. MoComba ia sick this week. Hardware at R. 8. Wolter'a. The big parade next Wednes day will be at 1 o'clock. Mrs. R. M. Slaughter waa vis iting in Whitewater yesterday. Go to Sibley's for ice-cream. Superintendent C. A. Macom is attending the World's fair this week. Wm. B. Schaefer is in Wayne county trying to sell some timber land. Fly nets cheap at Wolter's. Mrs. Emma Camp of Liberty, Mo., is visiting relatives in thi9 county. Miss Emma Howard is visiting the family of A. R. Byrd at Par sons, N. M. Eel skin whips at Wolter's. Lin a and Frankie Lusk are visiting Nliss Martha Tumbleson at Bismarck this week. Bernard Gockel, Jr., was out squirrel hunting yesterday near Gordonville and killed a female red fox. Read E. W. Flentge and Co.'s ad in this issue. D. B. Se...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 28 July 1904

r in I ! . !H i-i ! .1 ! II ' 1 J JOHN BVRTvrT Aether el "Tee KMmppee' MIlDoMlrcs." "Clnl Moaroe'a Dwctrtn," Pta. CnPTRIUffT, 11105. BT I All rlrhl I CorTHHIBT. IV"'i. B Fbbdb.ick Uphab a dabs I rmwrtKl I A. J. Umttt Biddlb CHAPTER XV -Continued. In an alcove, partially formed by bay window, iitood an easel, uphold ing a large frame. The light struck the canvaH In such a way that Blake did not recognize tho subject until squarely In front of It. It was a portrait of Jessie Carden Kt the Jessie Carden drawn by the Ban Francisco artist from the faded tintype but the Jennie Cardan of later yearn, whose fare and figure had tak en on the perfect grace of woman hood. Amared and lout In thought. Make lid not hear Arthur MorriH as ho ap proached and stood hack of him. Ho flushed when MorriH toticned him on Hip shoulder. "By Jove! that portrait rtmut have great attraction for you!" laughed MorriH. "Vuu've Ijcpii staring at It II vh minutes! A box at the opera you cunnot tell her name!" "Done...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 28 July 1904

I Si 4 I s 3 1 YOUNG MAN RICH, BUT FRUGAL. Young Rockefeller Always Carefully Covnta the Coat. That John D. nockefellcr, Jr., It rliPo Is well demonstrated by the fol lowing storj, which la said to bo abtio luirly true: Young Rnrkprdlcr wanted a safo for bis wife's Jewelry, ond he wrote to a well-known firm and asked them to notify him when thpy hart a nice safe on hand. In a few days Mr. noekelel lor received ward that tho firm bod a caTo that they thought would suit him. Ho made an appointment, and went to see the safe tho next day. Tho safe was a beauty, and Mr. Rockefeller ap varcd to bo well pleased with It. "How much la It?" ho Inquired. "Two hundred and fifty dollars." Mr. Rockefeller thought a mlntito and then asked to seo some other safes. Ho waa shown through tho building, and, after nuking many ques tions as to prices, he bought ono that coHt $31. How will we ship It, Mr. Rocko felJert" tho clerk asked. "That depends. What will It cost to srwid K to my homo at Tarrytown?"...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 28 July 1904

':.K 6.-. If t $ J t Jackson Herald. ABrVBLlCAM IN POLITIC. ' B. F. LUSK PDRLisnsB RnMirre t the pontofflr t Jn!Kin, Mo., cnod-clnM mttter MoTmbr 4. IW7. Termt for tlie IIkkald are as fol For one year i.ootcan primary on August 20 fill months nu Ibree months 30 ' , , Offlre ttldenc Advertimnu Katks: Locals He tier line each insertion. Professional Curd 5 per year. Lefciil Advertlc inenU It-pal rates. Display ad rates made known on application. JACKSON, MO., Jl'LY 2. 1304.' I CONVENTIONS. Th R ublican Judicial Con vention wHl be held at Jefferson City, Aug. 14th. County primary to nominate COUniy UCKei VI le Iiriu un Jug ust 20. ANNOUNCEMENTS. KOR REPRESENTATIVE. We are authorized to announce L. R. JohnMn as a candidate for representative of Cape Girardeau county, subject to the Republican primary on AugUHt 20. We are authorized to announce Fred E. Kit's as a candidate for representative, subject to the Re publican primary, August 20. FOR SHERIFF. We are authorized to announce F. A. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 28 July 1904

The Truth. People Bay they desire to read the truth. Well, here it is : Jos eph W. Folk had to accept the wish of the machine. He did not decline the nomination for as he eaid: "That would be foolish." The mistake Folk made was de nouncing boodle so strong before the convention when he knew that he would accept a place on the ticket with any boodler, be cause he wanted to be governor. If Folk is elected governor he will act there just like he acted in the Democratic convention. He will follow the dictations of the ma chine. , The Democratic party is for Parker, hence they admit that the gold standard is right. The Democratic party is for Davis and Davis opposes labor. Mr. Folk said that the main hope of the Republicans in carrying Mis souri was the alliance with cor rupt Democrats that would not support the Democratic nominee for governor. That is the ma chine. Now, since Folk has gone with the corruptionists we sup pose the Republicans can hope to form an alliance with the com mon ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 28 July 1904

77ii in;,,, 1 'a I 11 it fi ; ii : h- - us?,-. 1 1 fc! tia w 13 t the BCfT 'Evers JACKSON HERALD. REPUBLICAN IN POLITICS. D. F. LUSK PuhiKhor ' 1 " 1 1 - Entered at tk pontadco at Jack, on, Mo., sccoud class Duller N vber 4, 1S97. PHONES: Office 148 Residence 143 Terms tor the I(n!d are as fallows: For one jear $1.04 Bit month! no Three months .. .30 Advertising nates: locals 6c per line each Insertion, rrefesloual Card IS per year. ICgal Advertli;enients legal rate. llsply ad. rates mails known oa application. THE MARKET REPORT. A Summarized Report Covering the Prevailing Conditions. GRAIN 6t. Louis. AVmi-at-No. 2 rcl 97 Ku. 3 red " Hard winter, none on market. " V'o. 4 winter, new !4 Cons-Kn. 2 mixed 50 Vt. 3 mixed ' " Ko. 2 yellow r.l! " Ko. yellow 50 K " Ko. white 51 " K. 3 white 10 Oat-N. 2 mixed MX No. 3 mixed 3l " No. S white Vf " No. 4 white 44 .S Rra No. 2 ti5 Chicago. Wiirat Ko. 3 spring $1.00 " Ko. .1 spring " Ko 2 red 1.03 Tons Ko. II 4 !.'' " No. 2 yellow 81 Oats Nik 2 ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 28 July 1904

DEMOCRATS COMPLETE THEIR STATE TICKET SETTLE STRIKE ON REJECTION OF . MEN RENEWS DEMOCRATS NAME FOLK KUR0KI DEFEATS 20,000 RUSSIANS COMPROMISE BASIS FOR GOVERNOR THE GREAT PACKERS' STRIKE After Almost Thirty Hours of Con tinuous Convention Work. All Differences to Be Submitted to The Balloting Continued Until 3:30 General Keller Admits That His Losses "Exceed 1,000." Arbitration Committee. Thursday Morning. Democratic Ticket. Governor Joseph W. Folk. ' IJnutenant governor Thomas L. Secretary of state Sara B. Cook. . State auditor Albert O. Allen. State treasurer James Cowglll. Attorney general Elliott W. Major. ' Railroad and warehouse commls a loner U. H. Oglesby. Ohalrnran state committee W. N. Evans. Kleniors at largo B. H. Kern and Col. M. O. Wctmore. x Jeffcwaa City, Mo.: The Democrats of Mmsowl finished the work of nom inating thrir full state ticket Thurs day owning, after almost thirty hours of continuous convention work. In the catty hours of tbe morning Joseph Wingata JAil...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 28 July 1904

r t IE. W. FLEWTOE z COMPANY' Big Semi-annual Clearance Sale! Beginning Monday, August 1st and Ending Saturday August 6th. t It ' ft it X N. Cattm Mki KUjoI Medl Fall Cann Calm Uulli Hons U.l Hulk ttllKEP- CIsoV CATTIJ Pnir Htoe' ISnU Heil Cam t"W Hull Hoes-. Mis Ug Uoll Mat HloC t uptti Dulj Ccna Clot TjABU; Yo Yo Yo r? Six days of Greatest Bargains ever offered the people by any Dry Goods establishment in Southeast Missouri. Our large Department Store will be a sea of Bargains during these Six days. Prices recklessly cut and slashed to the lowest level, on every article in Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, and Furnishing Goods Departments. Now is thetimeandthis the place to save money. Staple Dry Goods. Good Brown Domentic at. 3c Heavy Hrown Donientic, 8c quality at 5c Good Bleach DomeBtic at 4ic Fine Bleach Domestic, 8jc ffoodn at 4e Lonndale or Fruit of Loom Domestic nc All 74c ami Jc FlauneletM at ic All 10c and l'4c " " 74c Apron (tinghani: the very best, toId everywhere at kJc, at ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 4 August 1904

Ime Jackson Mekalp, VOL. VII. JACKSON. MISSOURI, THURSDAY. AUGUST 4, 1904. 10. 39 Trado at tho 0AGKSON STORE GOMPANY. tho placo whoro gour dollar goos farthost LOCALS Wheat 83c to-day. County court is in session this week. Only two weeks till the Repub lican primary. John A. Snider went to the Cape Tuesday. Hardware at R. S. Wolter's. Ed. D. Hays had business at the Cape Tuesday. C. A. Morton of Pocahontas had business in Jackson last Sat urday. Go to Sibley's for ice-cream. Mrs. Ella D. Shepard of Mai den is visiting Mrs. Carrie Ran ney. Fly nets cheap at Wolter's. Rev. A. T. Osbron took his Sunday school class on a picnic Tuesday. Eel skin whips at Wolter's. Mrs. VanAmburg of Burford ville is visiting her sister, Mrs. DuRee Jones this week. C. B. Johnson of Columbia, a former citizen of this county, is i visiting near Pocahontas. ! The good enough Sulky Plow assembly the position to which ; " olner matters. eoeiieeme Headquarters for fruit cans at ! at Sander Bros'. : hi hon now a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 4 August 1904

Tl 1 i J AT J I ti 44 1 IVK N CATTI.V Jltit: Heift Ntocl Veal Hull! I'm Modi Hem Niirr.e- ((MX Stool Unci Mui.Kl M hi 14 hi H'i US' 15 III 15 hi 15X 15.S 10 hi 10 hi 10W io X CATTU wi Ktoo Med Vat Caul Cal Hull Iloas- , llet.1 Hull tones Cho! CAfTl Kail HUM Hat Ilefc Can Calt llul lloet Mix Ug llol Bmu Mill 8lui Bcrtl Dal Co Kan 11AY4 Tl Clo 14VB Yot Vol Yo" JACKSON HERALD. REPUBLICAN IN POLITICS. B. F. L-W3K ruslrsaef Enter at tk eesteace at Jack. Me., Mcead-class matter N , Tinker 4, 1117. PHONES: O0ca H8 Renldeae 141 Tftrma tar tk Hr! arc at fellews: Per oae J ear $1.10 Btx SOentkS 50 Three -aenti . .SO Advertising Rates: Ieele 6c r Una each isiertlon. Profsaieaat Card IS par year. Legal Advertisements legal rates. Ilsy ad. ratta made known ei appllralion. THE MARKET REPORT. A Summarized Report Covering th Prevailing, Conditions. GRAIN St. Louis. iViHAT-- No 2 red !'.' No :i ml ' Hard winter, No. '.' " No. 4 winter, new (oliN - No. 2 mixed M '' " No. D mixed 4.' ' i ' No, 2 4 -! ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 4 August 1904

NEARLY 11.000 MORE MEN JOIN STRIKERS PACKERS TO FIGHT TO THE FINISH PRESIDENT DONNELLY ORDERS OUT MEN IN NEW YORK WESTERN MINERS REFER ULTIMATUMS TO LOCALS COMMITTEE TO NAME CHAIRMAN AUGUST 6 A General Sympathetic Strike Begin t Chicago. A;ert Strike la Virtually Broken In Kansas City. Decision for and Against Strike to Be Decided in August. Chicago: Notwithstanding two ef fort by (ho teamster' Joint council, representing 35.OO0 men. to bring about compromise in the packers' strike, the general sympathetic move ment began Monday morning and con tinued all day, an fast as the walking delegates could get to the different trades and call them out. At C o'clock Monday night the Idle army had been Increased by 10,715 men, Including nineteen trades, the largest being the blacksmiths and tholr helpers, 1,200 men; carworkers, leers and cleaners, 1,800, and livestock hands, 1,200. This does not represent the total number In theoo trades, but the. number that walked out. Tho fight promises to...

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

" 1 It 1 ' 1 AT 1 1 i J i t ITK-K ('ATTI.l llnlc iiir. Ntoirl Veal Hull: Ut Med Ilea- KlIKKP (im Htoe llitol Mui.k 14 hi 14 In M 'i 14 W 15 hi 1.1 hi 13)4 15S IS h 11) h 10H Cattl Ug KUK Met Kt Can Cah llttl IIH- lied llul fcUKKI ClM Oath Pal Htu not Hei Ci llul Mil Ug II nl BireE Md tiiQ Bon Vol Col Root , Mat. Til ' Cl;' liABI i IdVS v;: Jackson Herald. REPUBLICAN IN POLITICS. B. F. LUSK 1'UllUSHBIt f.ntrrre t the pontnltlr m JtwKinn. Mo. tt (tcund-i'liiM DitWf Nuvenibrr . IxVi. Term for the IIbkald are a fol lows: ! For one yeur I-0" I ftlx month 50 T liri-K months " iinn , ...v " i ! Offlrr tifhldcnc't:. ADVEKTISI.Vfl KaTKS! Locals He fft Hilt! CIICll lllMTll'Ifl. I'MfOSBtllllHl iird fi per yenr. L'-tral Alvrtl--liicntd-li-ifal rat-K. 1 HeplHy ad rnu made known on npiilirsiiion. JACKSON. Ml)., AI'lil'ST 4. CONVKNTIO.NS. The Republican Judicial con vention will be held at Jefferson City, Aug. 14th. County primary to nominate county ticket to be held on Aug ust 20. ! ANNOUNCEMENTS...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 4 August 1904

Notice to Teachers. Newspaper Proverbs. On recommendation of the state superintendent there will be no mora monthly teachers' ex aminations. The next examina tion will be held in Jacksoji Aug ust 20 and 27, 1004. C. A. Macom, County Superintendent. Lodge Directory. The Tribe Ben Hur meets in the A. O. U. W. hall the second and fourth Monday nights of each month at 8 o'clock. Chas. Hurst, chief; J. K. Watkins, scribe. The Tent of the Maccabees meets in the A. O. U. W. hall the second and fourth Tuesday nights of each month at 8 o'clock. Jos. Milde, commander; A. F. Will iams, secretary. The Jackson A. O. U. V. No. 138 meets the first and third Wednesday nights of each month at o'clock. Chas. Daley, master Workman; F. W. Beuckeman, recorder. The Fraternal Order of Colo nials meets in the A. O. U. VV, hall the firnt and third Thursday nights of each month at 8 o'clock. B. F. Lusk, president; A. C. Schmuke, secretary. From Fruitland. rnihlbltiotiiHts if Sliiiwiiee T"wnltip: As chairman ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 4 August 1904

0I t. If Tl i j " 1 ii TSl ' t i j it 1 K. '! WTO ard over all opposition ItTtUTM TIT TDT Frederick OUflll JPlsJKl VPHAM ADAMS Author of "Tka kldnappe MiltkmalrM." ''Cotaswl Moarso Doctrine." Etc PTiaiiT. lima, t I All rlcbM I CoPTniciirr, M,3. nr rnrinyii K Uma Aoiu j raenrul I A. J. Uinii. BiddlI CHAPTER XVI. Continued. John heartily congratulated Ulake on hla masterly generalship. "We will talk business to-morrow, llm," ho said. "I am more snxlotts to hear of other matters. Now, tell me tbe new. Did you hear of Miss Carden? I my grandfather allveT" "Peter Hurt I alive and well." said lllake, gU' to bring wimo good tl cl ings. "Alive and well." repeated John Hurt. ' May O.od blons him! That la Rood news. Go on. Jim." "Arthur Morris la alive," Bald Wake, without Hftlng hla eye. "Tho local papers contained that news," observed John, carelessly. ''What's the mutter, old man? Vou'ro pale. Aro you III?" "Pre tiad news for you, John." he said, desperately. "I may ns well tell t utid bo ...

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