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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 4 August 1904

ft iff Thousands of women Butter from pelvic catarrh and catarrhal nervousness and don't know It. It yoa feel fagged out, begin at once taking Dr. ttartman 'a Peruna. it will relieve your catarrhal affliction and all your organs will be restored to health. Buy a bottle to-day, as It will Immediately alleviate your case. SPILES KEISTER'S LADIES' TAILORING COLLEGE. '.tllhllxhnl 1RIU. 81MM) Olive St., ror. Vnnileventrr Ave., fit. I.ouli, Mo. The lnruest. most populur anil lineal equipped Institution of in kind In America. Thl folli-pe rrnmtns ot"'n ult summer, lntfrc.tert perhon sttenrttntr the World's Fair e.ucclully invited to rail and us. Call or write lor terms, descriptive literature, etc. riA. . II J'" '" t World r.ir .top St CtU(. City-Haul or VOttage l-.lt y ' furaUhad cotU-Coel sk4C.it Eoom.-Csp.utT 000 Tint mm. m m, wi , clsis hotol accommoa.tien. - One block from OIIto fit. World'. Fair VV Oriel S &T Cu sod m.la ontranoo- Btsouful tiow of th. grouads sad llafraad . illam...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 4 August 1904

E. W. FLEGMITCE Si COMPANY'S Big Semi-annual Clearance Sale! Begins Monday, August 1st and Ends Saturday August 6th. 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 thetimeand this the place to save money. T K Staple Dry Goods. Good Brown Domestic at 3c Heavy Brown Domestic, So quality at 5c Good Hleacli Domestic at 4-Je Fine Bleach Domestic, sic goods at i.Je Imsdaleor Fruit of Loom Domestic xjc. All 7Jc ami sic Flanm-lets at OJc All Me and I2jc " 7Jc Apron Ginghams the very lwst. sold everywhere at Jc. at c All lest calicoes at 4c l-'ic ami lfc IVnal.-s at. . . '. 1'c Wash (ioods. Sun.-hine Iiwiin. worth Meat ic File1 ( rr:n;'li-s, soli'l colors, Ma,'!;. hlue, red ami pink, worth 15c, at He Fne mercerized ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 11 August 1904

r - Jackson Hekalid, VOL. VII. JACKSON. MISSOURI, THURSDAY. AUGUST II, 1901. M. 40 Trndo tit tlio JACKSON STORE GOMPANY- tlib plnco whoro uour dollar goos farthest THE I 5, if 1 LOCALS Wheat 88c to-day. Mamie Hendricka has typhoid fever. Read ad of R. Reehan A Co. in this issue. Hardware at R. S. Wolter's. C. W. Hoffmeister has a fine new beer wagon. J. A. Horrell will move to Cali fornia next week. Go to Sibley's for ice-cream. J. C. Davis of Fruitland was in Jackson last Saturday. John Kesterson of Gordonville was in Jackson Tuesday. Headquarters for fruit cans at R. S. Wolter's. Born, on July 30, to Will Wol ters and wife, of Jackson, a girl. A. C. Schmuke is in Grnysboro this week making a plat of the town. Prof. Wm. Brooks and wife nre visiting the World's fair this week. Disk Plows, the best on the market, at Sander Bros'. Mrs. J. W, Baker and son Bruce are attending the World's fair '.his week. Mrs. Kmma Harenburg of Dex ter had business with the probate court Tuesday. Screen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 11 August 1904

9Ttt 1 it it i if 1 1 I 1 it " HN BUETjjSu Author of "The KMmprcd olX-m.1 r," norrniuiiT. IW, nv ftDim: Ui-iuv. AiuM.i All Chapter XVII. Continued. Morris stood a few Heps bnrk of Jessie And devoured her with li in eyes. Ho tinted tho soft folds of her linir. tho rounded curves of her Heck. and an ana spoil hound watched her tlnft lingers mh they glided ov r tlio surface f tho rkctch book. With a tlttlo sij;h of dlappoisitment Jessie .dropped the folio on her lup. ! Not In month had she drawn with less akill. What could be: the matter? Hho felt oppressed and tinier mmc ma- trimsfor his I.. O. stock to Mr. ?!or !ign Influence. Instinctively hhe J ris, in consideration of a lonn which lurried and looked squarely into tho . would enable Mm to nettle with Ji is ardent eyes and eager face of Arthur ' minor creditors. Morris. With an Involuntary cry of ! "If Mr. Morris refuse to extend this mirpriHc, fear mid vexation, she upran? i accommodation I Khali be In lasting to her feet, the skit...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 11 August 1904

n 1 I 1:1 SHORT NEWS STORIES Caught from th Wiret and Condensed for Busy Reader. Tim attendance at the Ft. IjouIs county srhoulti Is 17,577. Sevrral distinct enrthqualie shocks oro frit at Woodland, Cal. Three t'hlrnso harvester plants have closed down for two weeks. The rumor that Port Arthur had fallen Is officially dented at Toklo. "mil" Dooley, thn St. Francois coun ty feudist, is captured in New Mexico. Coal production In the United States lant year was valued at $506,190,73.1. Mrs. Mattlo It. Roberts, whllo men tally deranged, fought her husband and two Constables. lxtrlg Francis Sllva, tho American born Vlsayan baby, was cbrlBtencd at the World's Fair. The funeral of Colonel Ira Iloutcll, who often led the Sixth Missouri in battle, took place Sunday. Premier Combes has aroused Borne criticism for language used In a pub lic defense of his ministry. An excursion steamer Is blown against tho river bank at Andanluala, ill., and kept there all night. St. Petersburg expects that Ge...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 11 August 1904

REPI ! ; i i l i j " 1 i " 1 1 1 Da m- V. j t - Jacksox Herald. REPUBLICAN JM POLITICS. B. P. LUSK PtHLlsllKR Entrr'C Ht Ih Mwifl(e Jcnnon. Mo.. M ncund-vlHM oiHttr Ni.Dil-r 4. lrti7. Terms fur the IIeiiald ury as fol It'np on VMf 1.H0I Six month 1 lirue month 30 j OflW ui AtivrcHTisiNo Hatch: Local ae Local ic l.er Hiih i'Hnll Insertion. 1 1 er line each Insertion. Professional t -.,r, if. i,er vear. Leir:ll Alverti-e- rnentK It iriil'nites. I ifiny ad rale made known on Ktl ic;itl'n. 1 JACKSON, MO., AHit'ST 11. l0-. - CC)XVKNTIONS. , 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. FOR REPRESENTATIVE. We are authorized to announce L. R. Johnson as a candidate for representative of Cape Girardeau county, Bubject to the Republican primary on August 20. We are authorized to announco Fred E. Kies as a candidate for representative, subject to the Re publican primary, Aug...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 11 August 1904

Southeast Missouri Notes. From New Wells. Mart Hopkins wa9 shot and killed at a dance near Brunie latt week. The shooting was done by John Granger, a drinking, reckless fellow. Hopkins was considered a good citizen. The- freight division of the Frisco between the Capo and Memphis has been established at Hayti. The Columbia lead company of St. Francois county has sus pended business. Burglars robbed several stores in the lead belt last week, A society known as the Mer chants' league has been organ ized at Fiat River. Its object is to capture the thieves that have been doing: So much robbing dur ing the past few months. J. II. Tettaley is president. A Mr. Fender of near Pied mont was robbed of 885 and a gun at the Riverside hotel at Poplar Bluff last week. Willie Bollinger (colored), who robbed the Butler County bank of 81,00 last year, was sentenced to two years in the penitentiary at Greenville last week. J. H. Lyons, formerly of the Cape, will sell the St. Francois hotel, owing to ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 11 August 1904

-K. JACKSON HERALD. REPUBLICAN IN POLITICS. B. F. LUSK Publisher Entered at tae postofDre at Jack, on, Mo., as second-class natter No tmbw 4, 1897. PHONES: Office 14J Resldenco 141 i Terras for tho Herald are ai follows; For ono year $1.00 Bx month CO Three Month. . .30 Advertising Hates: Iical Be, per lino rarh Insertion. Profcsloual Card IS par year. Legal Advertisements legal rates, display ad. rates mads known on application. THE MARKET REPORT. A Summarized Report Covering tlx Prevailing Condition!. GRAIN SC. Loiiit. Will-At -Ms. ! red ! Nj. n red Hard w inter. No. V ''- " 4 winter, new "7 f'oitN - No. V ml Mul "! " Nn. 3 iniM-il .vr; " No. '. yellow VJ " No .1 y.-lloiv ''I " Xci. 2 while ' " No. .1 w 1 f - Mt:4 Oa - Xi. '-' miveil -1" X.i. s mixed :r. No. V whit.- 40 " X.i. 4 bite IT Ktfc- .No. i' 7 Chicago. Will' VI o ? f-jn i nr '''0 X.i. 3 sluing ''I X. nil r.niN No. i'l , " No. V yellow " 1 ' i OA 1H No '-' I"i X.j. J nli'.li- 4 1 " No. , h'le :'.':' II v S.i. i.'i J(4KI t....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 11 August 1904

Ml; 30B WORLD'S FAIR TRAIN NEAR CHICAGO POLICE STATION IS COURT ORDERS STRIKERS' ARREST; 3-000 RIOTERS FILL UNITED STATES MINISTER WARNS HAYTI STONED BY RIOTERS CHICAGO STREETS FOUR CITED FOR CONTEMPT Four Masked Bandits on St. Louis Chatted Maks Rich Haul. Mob of 2,000 Men and Women Charge on Chicago Jail. Fight With Seventy Policemen Es corting Strike Breakers. Informs President Nord Americans' Property Must Be Protected. Kankakee, 111.: Tho regular Chicago St. I'xmia passenger train on the I11I Kria' utral railroad, known as the Diamond Special, and which leave Chicago at 9:27 p. m., was boarded U Harvey, III., twenty miles from Chicago union station, Monday night by four armed men. three of whom wero; masked, and all the passengers en tw,o sleepers and the Orand Trunk onnecthm coach, were relieved of money; Jewelry and valuable papers. W,4tilnm Toolon of Lansing, Mich., ind another man, name unknown, iveroi struck on the head with revolv ers lii the hands of the robbers for bolu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 11 August 1904

1 September Number New Idea Woman's Magizine. An article on "The Modern Nursery," by Mildred K. Smith, and tho fourth number of "Per diu's Problems," by Alice Chit Inndon, are to be features of lei'Hl interest in the September number of the New Idea Woman's Ma 'uzine. These two papers are of instant value to all home makers in their practical sugges Ll tin and helpfulness. Roth are p!.:tographicalIy illustrated. Miss O.ry's articles on "PhyHieal Cul ture" are letters written out of the sound knowledge of long ex perience in her special line of work, and may be depended upon as absolutely reliable in every detail. These articles are illus trated in such a way as to illumi nate the specific directions given in tho text. "Fashions in .Shirt Waists" and "Novelties in Men's Wear" are feature articles in thej fashion department, which is to j be enlarged henceforward by the, addition of another color plate. J School Questions. w m m m m w mm mm a a mm i CASH GIVEN AWAY to Usors of In Addi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 18 August 1904

Time Jackson 3UAIB, VOL. VII. ) ACKSON, MISSOUIlh THURSDAY, AUGUST 18, UHH. N C; 4 1 TVnclo at tlio JACKSON STORE COMPANY tho plnco wlioro nour dollar qoos farthest L () C A L S Wheat 00c to-day. L. M. Bean is in Butler county this week. Circuit court wa9 in session this week. Go to Sibley's for ice-cream. L. F. Cowan of Colorado is visiting in this county. Miss Dosie Besel returned from a visit to Oran Monday. Disk Plows, the best on the market, at Sander Bros'. Miss Minnie Sheer of St. Louis is visiting Mrs. Jeff Baker. Mrs. G. W. Peterman returned from a visit to the World's fair attending A car of furniture. A big car of all kinds of furni ture. A car of furniture is being un loaded at the Jackson Store Co. Jesse Wilkinson of Millervillo gave us a pleasant call Saturday. Jas. H. Miller of Millerville paid our office a pleasant visit Tuesday. Joseph F. Koehler is attending the judicial convention at Jeffer son City this week. Albert and Louise Behrens are visiting in St. Louis an...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 18 August 1904

1 I i 1' , Catti Mir' StK M.-e Kat Can Cal ltul Hul tsHKKI Cbo Catti Kal Bio But lie! Cai Cal Bui Hou Mi: Ug lla Him a Mq Hie 4 Borl ! Cot Kool Clt Labi Ye Ml JACKSON HERALD. REPUBLICAN IN POLITICS. sX F. LVSK Publisher Entered at the poxtoSlc at Jack, on, Mo., aa second-class matter No vember 4. 1807. PHONES: Office Residence . .14S .142 Terms for the Herald are aa follows: For one Tear 11.00 It months 50 Three months M Advertising Rates: locale Cc pet Hoe each Insertion. Profcslosal Card 18 per year. Legal Advertisements, legal rates. Display ad. rates made) known on application. THE MARKET REPORT. A Summarized Report Covering the Prevailing Conditions. GRAIN 6t. Louis. WnKAT No. 2 red 7 No. 3 red 'J5 Hard winter, No. 2 14 " No. 4 winter, new... .....01 follM No. 2 mixed 33'i " No. 3 mixed 53 " No. 2 .yellow 5 4 ' " No. 3 yellow .'.3 " No. 2 white 55 " No. 3 white 53! Om-S'ii, 2 mixed 3.' " No. 3 mixed 34' " No. 2 white 30 ' No. 4 white 3I) T.ra No. 2 0U Chicago. WnKAT No. 2 sprin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 18 August 1904

GEORGE GRAHAM VEST DIES AT SWEET SPRINGS POWERS PRESS TURKEY TO GRANT DEMANDS PRESIDENT SHEA ORDERS DESTROYER SEIZED IN CHEFOO HARBOR TEAMSTERS DECIDE NOT TO STRIKE TEAMSTERS NOT TO STRIKE Interment la Mad In BeMefontaln Cemetery In St. Louie. Expect Sultan to Requeet Minister Leiehman'a Wlthdrawel. 6ortle Indicate That Final Stag of Siege I Very Near, .3 J: Sweet Springe. Mo.: After lingering for weeks between life and death, ex Senator George 0. Vent passed peace fully away a 5 o'clock Tuesday morn ing. At his bedside were Mrs. Vest, tig son, Alex; his daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. George P. B. Jack son; Mrs. Thompson and a few Intim ate friends. The remains were taken to St. Louis In the private car of A. E. Allen, vice president and general manager of the Missouri, Kansas and Texas railway, wrero they wore laid to rest, the funeral party loavlng Sweet Springs at 8:48 p. m. Wednesday and arriving at St. Louis Thursday morning. At a meeting of the citizens of Sweet Springs...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 18 August 1904

It ii i i A IH 1 ; M h 14 ll M'i ' 15 h 1.1 h 15 10 h 10 It 10 10'., CATYl KUK Me Kt Can ci llul UH1 lit llul tillKKl CATrt Hto nm Hel c llu; Uot Mil Ug llu Bh Brm 1M Cat Kai Hit TIi CU Uv Y Y V. tnovou cj" iti'itN nil t Jackson Hekald. KErvnucAS in roums. 15. K. HK... , ri'M.IMIKH filigree t t ) p-i.ii(. at .It'oii, Mo., .- r. .1 - ' I . rnnttvr N..VT.I"! )Iki:am i.re a riji T( rni f"r Die tows: For one yar Six ruont Ik 1 hrce iiti-tithk . . . . S l.f.-o .-( ' r " tsr.: ut - -- - .- OfHi-e .... K--i: M JACKM1S. M'- Al i.l Sl' ii'i. REPUBLICAN TICKET. r..r ri.--i.i- '.' TIIF.OI'OKK ltoosF.VFLT l'.,r V I'm -i'l' lit CHAS. W. FAIRBANKS 1'i.r (...v.Tiicil CYRUS P. WALHKllXiK rul t;int -'tvnnir .JOHN C. McKINLFY J'.ir r. inry ,.f Mai" JOHN F. SWANCKli K..r Tf.i--ii' i J. F. O.MKLlCli l.,r Au.Ku.r V. W. WiLhKR I'nr A 1 1 it in y iffiTitl in:Rrd:RT s. iiadi.ky li.t ll.iillnml uii'l Wuri Ii... liiiiii-'.li'iii r FRANK W1GHTMAN l or I'n -iil' nil.-ii Kie.'i.ir-.r-hii.''r I). M. HOUSFR SI I....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 18 August 1904

Notice. All parties knowing themselvts indebted either by note or ac count are requested to call and settle by September 1. C. II. WOLTKR. School Notes. Marriage Licenses. Why is it that some of the men ! that were s;i desirous to have the I J. M. A. school established here have never sent a child a day to ; the school? j i Did it ever enter the minds of i our citizens that the manage- ! ment of the .J. M. A. will con- j elude that after another year's work or so that the people of j Jacksan need no other school ' than the public school? Did it ever occur to you that to let a pupil attend the public school one year and the J. M. A. the next year was no help to either school or pupil? Again, did you ever realize that it was unfair to send your boy or girl to the J. M. A. six months or a year when he or she could scarcely read or write, und Edward Bornemann and Annie j Weisnian. t George Farrow and lltittL-l Kerby. Marvin Garner and Kttie1 Shumnn. I O. X. Holmes and Sallie Col- j y"--...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 18 August 1904

lit Tl I i i i U S . " 1 II 1 t ATTI.l Hill I! llcif Ktoe: Veal II nil lo(IS- null riifi Ug Med lira hllKKI1 (loot Htoo llue.l MlTI.KI 14 h 14 h U'i H'v ir lv 15 h 15 15'., 10 h 10 h 10. W io H CaTTI M.-e Kat Cun CaJ llul lloos- 1IM ltul tho Catti Pnl 8U not Het Cf Hit 11 o Mi: U, 11a Bhss Dim i Da ' Cm I Kon 1 lUf i Tb i ci i i JOHN BURTHSTSS Aartha l T KleWaaceal SUtliailrsa," folia ! Mmim'i DeetrSsa." ttc CePTBiairr. lwt, T I All right I oorvatoHT. ma T hmiici l'm Adam re)fvl A- J. llasssi. BlCDtl Chapter XVIII Continued. That evening Anhur Morris called on Jessie. Of hr favorable answer 4o hla ttilt be had not tho slightest doubt lie had carefully rehearsed "bis avowal. After rrltlcally reviewing hla campaign alnre quitting Paris be decided that he had made do mis takes. He made his declaration confident!?, tint with more of feeling than Jessie thought him capable. "Mr. Morris." be said with an earnestness which Jmoit tricked herself, "I owe a duty to mf father which I cannot fo...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 18 August 1904

1 '.'3 .: 4 J A UNITED STATES SENATOR Used Pe-ru-na For Dyspepsia With Great Benefit. HON. M. C. BUTLER, CE't'nlted States Senator From Booth Carolina. IX-U. 8. Senator M. C. Ilutler from W South Carolina, was Senator from that state (or two terms. In a recent letter from Yahinf? Ion, D. C, bcwiys: " can recommend Peruna for dyt peptla and stomach trouble. I hare been using your medicine for a abort period and I feel very much relieved. It la Indeed a wonderful medicine be aldeaagood tonic" M. C. Butler. Peruna la not simply a remedy for dyspepsia, IVrnna is a catarrh remedy, l'eruna cures dyspepsia because it "is generally dependent upon catarrh of the stomach. If you do not derive prompt and satis factory results from the use of lVrniiii, write at once to lr. Hartman, (riving a full statement of your case and he will be pleased to give you his valuable ad vice gratis. Address Dr. Hortmnn. President of The llartmnn Sanitarium, Columbus, O. Vegetable Preparation for As similating Ui...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 18 August 1904

1 tttN- 1 M 1 It 1 1 41 v 1 Southeast Missouri Notes. 4 i The citizens of Soott county wi!l vote on the removal of its county Heat from Benton toOran. Ste. Genevieve is tho oldest. town in Missouri and on August 7, UM, the first Protectant fluii-ch hull rang in that city. Lust week ut Farmington the bu.gy in which were Heated Mew d u.h;s Perringer and Jasper X. iSurk collided villi another ve- , nii'ln and tho horse ran off. Mr. I i vrringer jumped out, fell on her! iK'iid and wan killed, and Mrs. Burkx was thrown out and Heri-,' ouly injured. ! At tho Dernoi-ratic primary in j .Stoddard county August 13 there, worn 2,.'WH) votes cast, about four j fifth of the total vote of the! county. Will Cape Girardeau I county do as -.veil Saturday?; ur old friedd and pupil, Thomas j II. Klmoro, was elected sheriff, , an we believe that tho people j will find in Tom a good officer, j I fMrffi (r(r! CASH GIVEN AWAY to Users of LDKI OFF In Addition to the Regular Free Premiums September Number N...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 25 August 1904

r The Jagkson IMemalp, VOL. VII. JACKSON. MISSOURI, THURSDAY, AUGUST 25, li0J. NO.' 42 Trnclo at tlio JAGKSON STORE COMPANY, tho plnco whoro ijour dollar goos fnrtliost i 5 i i t ' V I r i ii L OC A L S Wheat 95c to-day. Geo. Tallent went to St. Louis Monday. Go to Sibley's for ice-cream. S. B. Holcomb moved to Bloomfield Monday. For cushion tire buggies see Wolter. For Sale A good family mare. Apply at this office. '" Choice rye seed at McAtee A Buerkle. Prof. J. E. Howard moved to Oak Ridge Tuesday. Winter turf oats at McAtee & Buerkle. Miss Daisy Morgan returned from St. Louis last Saturday. Buggies, Surries, Wugons, etc. at Sander Bros'. Rev. J. T. Tracy of Oak Ridge went to the World's fair Monday. The good enough Sulky Plow at Sander Bros'. Misses Vernal and Maud San duskey went to St. Louis last Friday. The. famous Hartig-Becker Plow at Sander Bros'. Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Obermiller returned from St. Louis last Sat urday. Dr. C. V. Alsop left to-day for Kentucky for a two we...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 25 August 1904

Tl Sum ; RAIN 'S iii:at- , " 1 ; ' 1 i ) i: " i i i at 1 ; ' " i' nt k; JOHN BURT1I?pha'm AartW f Tee tl Wmmilrn." MmI Mean Dwtnw." Cw. Corri'iT. lira by rWt': UraAM ADAM I BHiTl I A. J. L !. BlOCLl CHAPTER XX. Continued. Tou remember that I was speaking uf tb remarkable success of a west era man, named Blake? Well, here Is letter from him! Tbls Is wlsht ha writes;- "New York. June J. "Dear Sir I am informed that you bold an e-jnity a tlfj thousand shares of the I & O. railroad company. I have customers who are Interested In this property, and represent them Id negotiations now ponding It la pos sible your Interests may be conserv ed by conferring with me on thin matter. I shall he pleased to meet you nt your earliest convenience. To a gentleman of your xperl-ree an In junction to secrecy 1 ur.neceabary. "Awaiting the p!-a;ure of a confer ence lu r.iy office, and trusting that It rr.ay remit to our mutual advantage, I ren al n, "Very truly your, "JA.MKS lil.AKK. "I'resldcrj. Jam...

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