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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 22 September 1904

Sir Cu n : 2 .3 - f 1 ; : JZ I n - S " e S S S S 5 ATEONAIL CAMPAIGN S28 5 3 BO i .IB o i 5 5 PRAISE FROM THE ENEMY. From the N. T. World, Dem.) No other man ever rose from police commissioner to President of the United States in less than five years. No other so vigorously and so success fully turned stumbling-blocks into stepping-stones. Theodore Roosevelt entered politics as a reformer as soon as he bad loft college, and made a reputation at the very start for public spirit, honesty, combativeness and un shakable physical and moral courage. He made enemies at every step, and every enemy made him ten friends. The boy assemblyman forced a hostile Legislature to condemn its own politi cal allies. (The young civil service commissioner boldly challenged the national leaders of his party and com pelled them to observe the law. The police commissioner trampled ruth lessly over all the prejudices of a cosmopolitan community, whether they represented the vicious instincts of a criminal fr...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 22 September 1904

J c o bare mien th eae of Dan Shelly, an election crook, convicted for hat'ing voted on the nam" of Joseph Conley. under a statute making it a felony for any person to falsely personate an elector or to rote in or upon the name of any other person, living or dead, appealed to the Supreme Court, and ire have seen that court decide that Shelly could not be convicted un less It was first proved that Conley. on whose name he voted, was an inn lu 'tiy ?onir. I The public press has teemed with i Pt. J sharp and severe crj'tcf.cm. until at I. -si '' I we fOH the great court citf? Editors ... ..-. at)ly h.ive 1 vr r. THifVit iiiil iir r Hyu-'j r W y V ".ift '.-rTi'-i fla'iv tlT.s the t-i' li-s ! . Shepherd and Cundiff and levy a fine against each for contempt of court.! In deciding the Shepherd case the I court Is reported to have remarked: At a later time, so that all persons liouis convention tie oulrl !..( pun.tMo chn--.- fer t!- nomina-.,m those of his opponents ui,o l ave '"n- tried to...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 29 September 1904

Time Jackson IMIeisalp VOL. VII. .JACKSON. MISSOURI, THURSDAY. SKPTKMHKR 2!, 1W04. M. 40 LOCALS Wher.t :?1.0S to-day. lid Flentge moved to the Cape Tuesday. Go to Sibley's for ice-cream. . Died, at Daisy, September 22, Mrs. M. L. Morton. Buster Brown collars at Schaefcr. Mrs. Robert Taylor is quite sick with typhoid fever. For Sale A pood family mare, j Apply at this office. Warren L. Mabrey of Burford ville made us a visit Tuesday. Choice rye seed at McAtee A Buerkle. Join the Fraternal Order of Colonials if you want safe in surance. Winter turf oats at McAtee & Buerkle. Mrs. Flora Coleman and Mrs. Mae Johnson of Arkansas came on a visit to their father, Mr. L. X. Torrence, last week. Mrs. Coleman returned to her home Monday, but Mrs. Johnson will stay and keep h.uge for her father. Red top, timothy seed, orchard grass and barley at McAtee & Buerkle. Married, at the residence of the bride's parents, on last Sun day, Alvin Meier and Bertha Hesse. The Hkrald sends con gratula...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 29 September 1904

y ft ' i li REP .. '.' ' I i, Mo. ;.' :,'' nee . sldr.ni . Terras ;:( one' x IBOB hra i ' JRAIN- IVhicat- rnN V " 1 r, M i; OathII ' 3 "i ' ii '; Kr WllHAT Const '.; Oath.: ItYR 1 . JUlll.K' '. Corn' ' ; Oats i Kve : :5 I live : C'Arn.J Bute licit Ktoo Veal Hull IIOCIK- llull Vign Ugl Med Ilea riUKF-I" GOOl Stoa line: Mtn.K 14 h 14 U MS' 15 ll llh liii 15 10 h 10 h 10 ' 10. ' J 5 i CV75 1 Rtoi Mci Kati Can Cal ltul 5 Hooa- He j Uul j bill! I Che 3 - :t J CatB Pal 8M ltd 114 cm c1 II o I Mfc Wl lo Bml M t Ben ! Co Ko UAt TI Ck iU 1 VI Y Y Y r ne eac S per 'gal ra nown TI k 8um JOHN BURTll?J?Ja l at boT l "The KI4ntppc Millionaires," "CohMwl Moero DKtriM," Ctc. ii"TKi.itT. twij, nr I All runts OorTsioirr. IwJ ut VlULDl.K U'l'liAM A Dim I rctarrnt A, X UllHL BlUBLt i MAPTER XXV.Continued. ilct opened lb door and JohQ Sterol moment Btake did rot rwnj . Tlie mntialarho ati'l heard jppeared. and the strong regu V.;s of John Burt's face were la wi eel harmony with the ke:n, calm ana discer...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 29 September 1904

1 A'cCttable Pre paralionror As similating uicFoodanclRceiila ting live Stomachs and Dowels of 3 CT?raraft:TTttnrrrerfl Fromolca Digcalion.ChKrfi ncssamlRcstConlains neither Opium, Moi-pliine norlirl. jNot ?C arc otic. SM.bra e III ifrpfnfeiki Aperfocl nVmedv Tor Constipa tion. Sour Similar It. DiniTlmca Worms .Convuls-ions lewmtv ivcss ntv.l Loss of Sleep. Facsimile Signature cf NEW YOT?K. Every housekeeper should know that If they will buy Defiance Cold Water Starch for laundry use they will save not only time, beoauso it never sticks to tlie Iron, but because each raekngB contains JC or.. one full pound wliile all other Cold Water Fti.rchf.-B arts juit up in pound pack ages, and tho price Is the tame, 10 ccntR. Then again becnuve rtefiance Fturch Is free from ail injurious chem icals. It your grocer tiles to sell you a 12-cz. package it is br ause he has a stock on hand which he wNhrs to dispose of before he puts In Defiance. Up knows that Ijt-flnncc Starch has printed on every p...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 29 September 1904

rv.- m S ! J' ii. y. I 1 '"fit s'- .1 j'.'ii i 5 m :i ' ill; Jackson Herald. HKI'UBMCAN IN POLITIC. rf fit til' (HitffTlrr At Jtirbvtn, Mo.. - d-t'lH Dinner November t. lull?. . for Uiu Heuald re an fol- a v'ir . . . il.. ill I lis 1 lirec iiMiiitliw . . 11.00 .Mi . .no Aivbktiin Ratks: LornN He Jier lint; i-licli InnTtlon. 1'rott'M.iniiiil Curd " it yi-nr. Ij-kh AdvprtiM inentH Irjrul rates. I ini!iiy iicl raw- liiailc known on tl i'at ion. After November 8 Missouri will be a Republican state. Let every Republican commit teeman hustle, talk and work for Republican success in this county. Not n Democratic candidate ia entitled to a Republican vote, and they will get none. Straight voting is the only way for Republicans to deul with the Democrats in politics. llnVl- Kh llll'IH'l' JACKSON, MO., SKIT. JW. I'.km REPUBLICAN TICKET. Kvekv Republican in district one should vote for James A. Rowers for ussodiate judge. He is all right and will make the The Cape Democrat says "tome' of the D...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 29 September 1904

High The Amateur Literary club met on Friday night, September 9, according to adjournment of last April, and reorganized by electing Miss Mabrey presdient, Miss Aunio Howard vice-president, Miss Carrie Snider secre tary, Miss Myrtle Steurns treas urer, and Miss Ada Reynolds doorkeeper. Xearly all of the charter mem bers of last year were present, while only a very few of those who joined later showed up. The "faithful few" with a few recruits from tho ranks of thote who joined later, numbering in all eighteen members, met last Friday night, the Kith inst., and rendered the following excellent program : Violin and Organ Duett V. P. Stearn9 and Mrs. Cureton. Address Sub. "Work," F. Cureton. Paper Ray Miller and Myrtle Stearns. Vocal Solo Carrie Snider. Debate Jas. Arnold and Joel Nunn. Four new members have been enrolled, viz., Miss Lizzie Cure ton and Messrs. Louis Kinnison, Albert Brown and Fred Wilferth. The school opened with an en rollment of seventy-six pupils, of whom the prima...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 29 September 1904

r 1 ri - t 1. : V . I i i .; I i, 1 ' 1 1 CAT 1 Kal Ht Bo Ho! Cm Cl Uu He I Nil Uj Uu 8m Ml 8M t i Bon, I) i . i in 1 ' ; I . I I KoiX JACKSON KLRaLD. REPUBLICAN IN POLITICS. s. r. i.v: .Publisher Kiittnil at the postof.'ice at Jack, on, Mo., a romiCclau matter No vender 4, 1'j7. PiioNKS: Offlc .... Reside. t)C .US Terms for the Herald arc a follows: Fur one ye.tr l.''i Six Otoliths Three months 20 Advertising P.atcs: lt caN Go P'-r line each Insertion. Prnfi sional Card IS per yot.r. Legal Advertisements-- legal rat. I splay ad. rates tiiada known on appllcatu n. THE MARKET REFCPT. A Cummarizpd Report Covering Prevailing Ccnditons. GRAIN Ct. Louis. Wiifat- No 5 red '1 No J nil I " 1 1 Krl v inter. No. '-',... I " No 4 winter, IH'W... . I CK No. "- mi -il " No. It m.M-ii ' No. ".' Vlll.-'.V " No .? v epoiv ' No. .' it In l e " No ' wi.it- thi 14 "I ia i . Vl e. I No II ni.i'il " No. 1: vvtutc " No 4 bile , I: ik - No. s Chicago. Wiiiai No ? ".jir.fii' ........ No. n-r, nt,' No . on ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 29 September 1904

i DEFEAT RUSSIANS IN BECK IS RELEASED AFTER CORONER'S VERDICT FINAL ASSAULT ON PORT ARTHUR; MESSAGE SENT TO THE CZAR JAPANESE ADVANCING WITH GREAT CARE REGISTRATION FIGHT RESULTS IN A DEATH TWO HEAVY ATTACKS tic Ja-anesa Turn Assault Upon Ping Tal : Police Have Not Found Men Who Russians Believe Tactiea Have Been Changed by Oyama. Frederick E. Seheel Fatally Shot by a Gang In Pursuit of Oliver J. Beck. mt fiw m HUM" l rv a hrn HenR . . i.t T' Toklo: The Russians are reported to bo busy constructing temporary de fensive, works upon the left bank of tho Htm river at sixteen poinls, ex tending along the river for ovor five miles. On somo of them nun have already been erected. They are also eostrurtltig forts at Tung Tao, Tashlli Kwang utid Tula Jan Tun. All these points are cast of Mukden. Press dispatches from I.lao Tang report frequent skirmishes with the ' Russian cavalry, supported by art!!-1 1 ry and infantry, along th lln of the Shlhll river to Shining Tal Tan. On Kriday evening ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 29 September 1904

St Louis & San francisco Ry. ' 1 I V. MIL Special round trip lljtn .?fk t sV excursions to various points; in Texa, Iouifdana, Indian : territory, Oklahoma. Kansas and ! Miouri. Hi") fr-jrn Cape Oirar-' lv?au September L7, October 4 an 1 IS; final return limit twenty i ot.e Jays from date of sale, i ;-cial one-way Colonist rates. ! ?S inm Cap Girardeau to var I i ej faints in Indian territory, . Oklahoma, Kan.-a. and liiari. ! Ij:e of i-ale October 4 unci l. Sl'i.-V) from Cap') Girardeau to; variou points in Texas. si 13' frxia Cape Girardeau to various' point i.'i New Mexico. Date of' sal" October 4 an i Is. i?.;U from Cape Girardeau to California. Date of sak- daily to ' :t"l;"r 15. Special on-way . Cioni-t rate to various points in X ;rthwe-t t i 0-:t-i!r 15. .1. I-'. Neal, Ticket Aifent. Republican Speaking. rt-j.r.-- ma m .w m m. m m m sv . .ar m . .ar ar . mm jt sr. a CASH GIVEN AWAY to Users of FFE In Addition to tha Regular Free Premiums LOOM oxovcp Co era, i t TO SKCOSl...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 29 September 1904

Supplement to the . . . IK Jacfesomi Herald. JACKSON, MO., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1304. FOLK'S NEW DISCOVERS INIQUITOUS RAILROAD BILL FOR WHICH MOST RESPECTED DEMOCRATS IN MIS SOURI VOTED. The Late Judge J. G. Woerner, Henry J. Spaunhorst and Ex-Secretary of Agriculture Norman J. Colman Cast Ballots in Favor of Measure Which Folk Says "Bears All the Earmarks of Boodling" Measure Was Non-Partisan and the Men Who Voted for It Are Above Suspicion. Joseph Y. Folk placed some very prominent ami honorable Democrats In a liail light. In Ills opening campaign speech at Springfield. In rehashing tlie old Democratic canard about 1 1 1 adjustment, of the state debt liy the Republican State Legislature (if IStiS copied from the pamphlet printed by James M. Seibert several years ago he, denounced the Republican party for corruption and nave the Democrats who created the debt a certificate of good character. Mr. Hoik perhaps dors not know that somo well-known Democrats, two of whom are still liv...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 29 September 1904

FT-?" MH 1st CjlTTt J Mir s SUM MW fat $ Can ! Cal ltul 5 Ilodt : llu) timet Ch i jitr 1I i 01 llu Ml Wl o Mi Bert It Co Kou) lUt Tl CI Uvi Yl Y Y r tl PRESIDENT ACCEPTS ROOSEVELT'S LETTER TO REPUBLICAN NOTIFICA TION COMMITTEE. PLATFORM MEETS APPROVAL AYS IT IS HARD TO FIlfD THE ISSUES DHOUGHT FOBTH 1 BY DEMOCRATS. Bcvlcws the Criticisms of the Oppe iition aud in Turn Criticises Their Stand on the Various Fhas.es of Futile Policy. The foliovvii. jnopfin "f l'ri Is a coin;r.'h(.'iiRlv(; i-lel.t liooscveit's inter Of acceptance cd the itc-publlcan i.onilna- tloti : "Hun J. ( Cannon. Chairman of the Notilliation Committee.-- My 1 :ir elr: I a'-opt the mifnu'.ation fur the presi dency tendered Ill" by the. republican national convention, aud cor.liaily ap prove tlo- platform adopted by It. In writing tin. litter there an- cTtaa points upon w M'-h I desire to lay especial stress. "It Is difficult to Hurt out from the ut terance.. (,f onr o pon.'t.la what uroth real I'wu M.n which they pr...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 6 October 1904

n EUAIB, IK VOL. VII. .JACKSON. MiSSOUKI. THURSDAY. (KTOliKU , 1!(M. M). 47 The Jagksn ! 1 Li "4 1, ) C A L S Read Tom Watson's speech in the Hkhai.u supplement. See H. M. Sawyer if you want Shei.' I'l.lO to-day. I to buy real estate. C. II. Volmer of Allenville wasj Price Hobbs, who has been in Jackson last Saturday. very low with typhoid and ma laria, It) getting better. Alfalfa, alsike, crimson, white and red clover seed at MeAtee A Muerkle. Jane Drowning, daughter of J. C. Browning, is dangerously OC" Dr. J. L. Jenkins is now cupying his new residence. Go to Sibley's for ice-cream. Carl Wallace and family went to the World's fair Saturday. I? W VHwoiiVit find wlfo nr ,. ,, ... . ,. , . ., . sick with typhoid fever, attending the Worlds fair this I Go to MeAtee A Buerkle for ., ,, ! good country sorghum and sauer Duster Drown collars at;f fr Kraui. Adam Holt, carpenter contrac tor) from Oran, was in Jackson on business last Saturday. . I Tim .liwktii.n Slum C'li. wants .Sehnefer....

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. — 6 October 1904

V JACKSON HERALD. REPUBLICAN IN POLITICS. B. f. LL'SK Publisher Entered Rt the postoflioe at Jink, on, Mo., a second-class matter No eember 4, lS'J". I'HO.NKS: Office .... Residence ...11S ...n: Term for tho Herald are aa follows: ffr one ear 11 ,0u it month r.o Thrsn Uh.nl hn 3U AdifrMslna Hais: I;onlj Co per line each Ins.r'lon. Prof, ih.n.'il Caul IS per year. a p.tl AdiortNcmptits-' loftal rt R. Display ad rates made) known on application. I--.. I THE MARKET REPORT. A Summarized Report Coverinj th Prevailing Condition. CRAIN St. Louis. U in M No :- n-l 1 No '. Ill " lint.! m ii,:. r No. .. MS " Nn I wir.t."-. i.o v . . . 1 n '.NS N.. nn :,: Nn. i mi t,-,i .'.I , Nn. '.- wll, .v , " No :i ri...iv x " Nn '.' white " N'i ! wlt,!c :, ." i A I s N.i .' m:i-i . . . i N... 'i mixed :ij " Nn while .-. S' N.i 4 white ;iv Tin. No 71 Chicago. Win a i Nn kjirlmf Si I i ' Nn ;. ' .rni)r : . . 1 r.' N.i '.' r .-.l 1 . n',. $ :iKn Nn Nil . yc.,..; .'.4 a if N . i " , :i Nn. J w lib. , .1. ", N...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 6 October 1904

KRATZ J'JROa SWEARS HZ WAS OFFERED Br.l3E Al-.3fr.cy fcr Drfensa Accord of Pro.; posing to Cve Him the Money. j Hii'ltr. Mo.: Another nt-ns-.it ion.il j chapter in tin- spectacular Krat. ram- ! ;. vili tv! Monday In llittlrr. when an! ufiidavl! was niaik- an. I filed by ( hart. , (i. Hum. farmer nnd member of the' Jury iiin--l. churgln that a Krat local ', attorney, In eollusjon with the Sheriff 1 if Half county, hail attempted to lirlb- him. Hi- also alleges that rcpro- j Hi-niatii.n aa ma lc tu 111 in that ' enough Jurors wort; secured tu hang tii'- jurj. if not tt dear Iht- defendant. ,1'hn S Franclsio. a law'yer, whoso' H'amllnx Is regarded as high at flip Hates county bur. anil Joseph T. Smith, the sheriff, who Is uno tif the iiins popular m.-ii in this section of ' Missouri, art; Involved by specific ref- 1 -nice In Hunts affidavit. Hoth men il-ny atiini la the alleged of- firse. ' Coiini' r afli lavils by each nf tln-m were tll'-d by II. I', Clarl.. a partner tif Francis' o. ...

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

5: r'.! Tl I'ATn.j lltitc llcif Moo Veil Hull linos Hull riB Wk Me.l i Hen, j KlIKKI ;) SUkj Hue: Ml'I.KI 14 li 14 h M'i 14' ir, h n h 15 K 15' 10 h 10 b 16'i iO'i Catti i W i m.m ; f.Wi I Kat j cn j fal 5 llul Hoot. ' Hei llul ! ttHKK j CM ; Cat v.. I , lis j Cut Cl ItU llool ML U llo Bhbi Mt 8U BoTJ ! Co Rol lUt T CI Iua Ijvi . VI Vi Y Mi Jackson Herald. KKITHLICAN N I'llLIIIW. $. F. LUSK 1'riiMMiKii fcmiTPC M I hi p'wtnlfw iif .hirk.nn, Mo., tn ..oouiIm-Ih- imttHP .VivuniU-r 4. Ia7. Terms for tin; 11kiiai.1 are as fol lows: For one year 1 1.00 rilx months fto ' I hrci: inoiii h 'to ! A llVK.HTIM Nil ItAIKs: I.o.-mU I.'' jier line each insertion. I'ioU .-iiwil ('aril t" per year. I.-:tl Alv-rtii-lin-iits i-vm1 rates. I "ispliiy ail Intes Inad'1 known on a iili -at J i . tifti,-f . . U(l-li''c in JACKSON, MO., (T Br.l! i, l:m REPUCUCAH TICKET. I nr I'oM'l.-i.t THEODORE ROOSEVELT l"t.r Vi. . I'lililint C1IA8. W. FA IK HANKS 1 nr liiivfrimr CYRUS P. WALBRIDGE l"r l.t-ut'hitnt - 1 v r...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 6 October 1904

Additional Local. Dental Notice. Note new dittos assigned to Re publican speakers in our regular column. Will Gookel and wife, acconv printed ly Misse Maud and Al lies Bonney, are attendinj; the Knir. Hon. JanicH H. Walker of su, Louis will speak in (ierman to the voters of our county next week dates and places, Louis ICneiliert of Frederick town has been visiting here fur a few days, lie is in the employ of the new company store at that place. He returned Tuesday. OX HAND Three second hand drills, one disc and two hoe drills, in good condition. For nale at Sander Bros. Seeing what the Commercial clubs of the Cape, Oran and other southeast towns are doing reminds us that Jackson once had a Commercial club. What ha9 become of it? George Goza, road overseer, is making some improvements on the Farmington road near B. M. Morgan's. The county court and city aldermen should work to gether and fix this place up right. County Clerk J. V. Miller and wife returned from the World's fair last w...

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

JOHN BURTllS5S Author of "Tli KWmpprd Mi:ilm!rc," Colooel Moaioa'j Doctrlnt," Etc Copvicn.nT . wos, bt All nrhu Coi-trioiit, u nr Fru urn. L'l'HAM Aoami niMrvcd A. J. lnn Uiuoll CHAPTER XXVI. Continued. "You've got him all right." roared Hawkins, grasping John Burl's hand. "I ni jirom! of you, my boy! I came n lu help you out, and now I And that you have turned tho trick with out r:e. Is there anything more ou want?" "Yea," u-turned John. "Wi ll, jou'll got h'T I'll back your ftrdndii d's Judgment that she Is wait ing ir you. Speaking of Peter Hurt, bow nil,' diil y.m my he it ?" "S rirly i.lneiy." "And ynu wlh me to sen hltn. Think I'll watt until he's a hundred." declared John Hawkins. 'Joking aside, II! go with voti any t:iy )m say, and I'll be ilauined chid lu me. t Oie old man. Only I'll promise not to iicKr Benin In his prc.-i tif They talked for hours, uiel Mas Mi.f, lial.'i.id with interest to Ike dls- Insures niaiie by Sam Rounds con ornit.g ihe Oosrii'iroliMti Improve- n n...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 6 October 1904

f.vi -3 3 3 1 tV'i M Rear Admiral Hichborn Recommends Pe-ru-na. Philip Wellborn. Kenr Admiral Knitcd Plate Navy, writea from Vahliliij;ton, 1). I. , h follows: 'After the use of Peruaa for a thnrt period, I can bow cheerfully retort' mend your valuable remedy to any one ho It la need of en Invlgoratinjt Ionic. "Philip hichborn. No remedy ever yet devised lifts re vived aueh unstinted vuluy from no m:ir,y renowned btatcsmcu and military mi n us I'cruiia. iur army and nnry are the natural protect ion of our country. l'l-runa is the naturnl protection of the army nml raw in the vicissituilca of climate, and exposure. i r j on do not ncriTC prompt nnu satis- factory results from the use ol I'eruua, rite at oneo to Ur. Hortman. friviuo; a full statement of your case ami he w ill ; be pleased to fn you his valuable atl Tiee gratis. a. i.i n.. TT.....n r...:.i.,.. nr-Hir.' - k" : : , w tll.io. Cvcry housewife '-floats ever finely starched JInen and white goods. Conceit is Justifiable after...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 6 October 1904

"i. 6 V; is 1 J J ill Dental Notice. I will l in Oak Ridge next Monday and Tuts OA. 10 and 11. J. I,. Jenkins, Dentist. Attention. The I'rMjline sisters have re turned and will open their school Tuesday, September 0, when ll'ey li pe to welcome all their ol,J p'lpils and many new one. Tl.ey are also prepared to in L.i.:mxlale a limited nu.uber of L'iri iinard!M at reasonable rate, i l-V further information apply j pupils uing library, 32. to I'nulino Sinter, Jackson, Mu. ; ADVANCED ROOM. KKSKJNATH N M I'l'H'K. ! Number pupils enrolled, .'Kl; Tiikp nntii'c thiii I. tin! unil. rsluiiiil i dava attendance, 540; average ""endanee, 27; number at I'. A. tirHiiiiniir. will, nt tlii- iifxi i tending every day, 15; number i.f C i.pr ;ii:ir.l. ..,1 (-.niily. M .nri. ! me "a s r moil, 1, in i.i- hi'ld nt tin 1 rt turns.' in tin-'number case. of tardinens, 21; rilyi I .1 in-1-i it 1 . nt! ;it nnl.'iy, hvi-iii-l.i-r I I. P.H.4. :ii:iU' tu .:ml fnlirt tnr li-hi in ri -iu'n Hi'1 '"H'.i'f ni'l tni-...

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