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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 6 October 1904

I ( Supplement JACK.SON HERAL-B. 1 to the . . . VOL.! JACKSON, MO., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1904- L n'hei (J.ti. h fair this Hear house ni Choice; Buerkle, Pr. D. Whctstitj last week Carl V Fair Turi of fruit t Wintf) Buerklej Attend ings that j county nei, Don't faj Jimaey at .1. next Tueg Red t grass uj Buerkle. Reutl jl, licnn sp P0( .em j-V then ntte Mrs Nay there Mm. 1 tro St thin ; wilt- I oi'fiw ; Th- to SC ' cape v beofT WalW Dutchto Men' ers wot one bof $1 each D. G. C Verno county passed on hi9 vr The M Mrs. Li 2:30 p. ram w bers artl The 1 suit of 4 Jackson! the weal frolicsorf Carl nursery from thd purchase Tho A full line facinat furnitu derwear? knew it Geo. f residenqj building fixed up most rtjr Ladiek , collar'?; a Brown anc Big assorf ladies' net Kerstner IX Died, at 4 son, Bui o'clock, 37 years Funeral at the ro Osbron , J m. Intf' cemeteri three ch) He was U. W. a ducted uj Jackson Trn! JOSEPH W. FOLK'S RAPID TRANSFORMATION. . 1 THE DEMOCRATIC RECORD OF THE DEMOCRAT...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 6 October 1904

THE NATION AS IT LS--THE STATE AS IT SHOULD BE. POPULIST LEADER DECLARES PARKER AND WALL STREET HAVE DEBAUCHED THE DEMOCRACY. in;' XT- Republicans Have Candidates and Platform Which Faithfully Rep resent Party Principles Democrats Have Candidates and Plat form Dictated by Anti-Democratic Plutocrats of the East Populists Nominees More Representative of Real Democracy Than Parker and Davis Exclusive Report of a Great Address. it TOM WATSON TO DEMOCRATS. ft. f M!r-- - 7 i"' - : H ? ' j .'; ! t '. '' t , ' II - V- P. -,4 ';! . a T Hon. Thomas K. Watson addressed a lurg andlr-nce at tho Louisiana monument, World's Fair grounds, on September 6. Tho dally press gave a brief synoposls of tho speech, which, from a political standpoint, l one of tho most Important of the campaign, particularly to Mlssourlans. Mr. Watson's fitting arraignment of the Democracy; his review of the labors of the national Democratic conven tion In the light of party history and his comparison of the two leading riv...

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. — 13 October 1904

'.7 1ME VOL. -VII. .JACKSON MISSOURI, THURSDAY. OCTOHKR 13, 11KM. IsO. 48 y ; ;:5 i : i t .'I I' -A i 'J 3 LOCALS n'hei t 01.10 to-day. C. G. Kies is visiting thn World's fair this week. Hear McJimsey at the court house next Tuesday at 2:30 p. m. Choice rye seed at McAtee A Buerkle. Pr. D. K. Sawyer and F. H. Whotstine attended the Oran fair last week. Carl Wallace went to the Cnpe Fair Tuesday with a fine display of fruit trees. Winter turf oats at McAtee A Buerkle. Attend the Republican meet ings that will be held over the county next week. Don't fail to hear E. E. E. Mc Jimsey at Jackson at 2 :30 o'clock next Tuesday, Oct. 18. Ked top, timothy seed, orchard grass and barley at McAtee A Buerkle. Kead our column for Repub lican speaking, for dates, and then attend the meetings. Mrs. J. C. Clippard went to Xaylor Monday, being culled there on account of sickness of Mrs. Minnie Bast. When "Walk-overs" go on troubles go off. Let the Jackson Store Co. shoe you. T. D. Hines is in Jeffer...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 13 October 1904

JACKSON HERALD. REPUBLICAN IN POLITICS. . r. LL'SK. . . . riibllsher Entered at tbe postoffico at Jack, on, Mo., a second-class matter No vember 4, 1897. PHONICS: Office 141 Residence II! Terms for the Herald are at follows: FVr one year $1 00 !i month! SO Three month to Advertising Rateii: Ijnrals Cc pe Hue mrh Insertion. Profeslonal Card II per year, I.s-gal Advertisements legal rates. Display ad. rates mad known on application, a. .3 THE MARKET REPORT A Summarized Report Covering the Prevailing Conditions. GRAIN St. Louis. WrtPiT-No. red No 3 r-il " Hani winter. No. : So. 4 inli-r. new . toRS No. V mixed " No. 't jnixi'il " No. .' yt-llow " No I ilo No J whiti' ' No. :i white flAIN- No. '.' UllXi-il No. .! mixed " No. V white No. t white IU K No J Ji is1-. . i t: , . I 1 4 . I. II ' .....M', :.4 ..'4 .3.1 Chicago. WiiKr o '.' -.prin' .... .. " Nn, :: spring No J I i ll tn No No. .' yi lloiv t)t. No. ' " No. white , No white Sot 11111 Ki I li i r to i-lioire malt ins !l M I.I" l.l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 13 October 1904

RIVER MOVES ITS BED. JUDGE DISCHARGES KRATZ JURY PANEL JAPANESE ANXIOUS TO TAKE PAYNE DIES AFTER POSITION CF THE ARMIES. FEW DAYS ILLNESS PORT ARTHUR BY NOVEMBER 3 Not Influenced to Do So by Motion to Quash, but by Term's Ending. United States Postmaster General Dies After Short Illness. The Rio Grande river, which forms the meandering boundary Una between Texan nnd Mexico, has changed if 4 course. so that the channel now fol lows the Arroyo Colorado. By the chang? 600,000 acres of Texas land In Cameron county is now on the south side of tho river and an International question may be raised. The above map Bhows the proneut course of the channel via Arroyo Colorado. The lm poitant city of Brownsville Is left south of tho river. APPEALS TO RULERS TO END THE WAR International Peace Congress Address es Resolution to Czar and Mikado. Boston; Resolutions Intended to bring about an end to the Russo- Japanese war were adopted Wedne-s- i ilay at the International Peace Con gress. By tho term...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 13 October 1904

1 D Jackson Herald. HKl'UUMCAN IN 1'OLITICS. 11. F. LUSK. 'LIII.1HI1K.I1 F.ntTec Kt the poMufHre nt .lnricmin, Mo., M ii;oii1-cIiim nuttier .Navfrnlwrt. Terms for the IIkhai-d uro an fol lows: Fur one your 1 1.00 Six month f'O 1 lirce month HO Aivk.ktiiso Katks t I.ocnN -pnr line I'lioh Inxortion. fnili-xHloniil Curd 't year. Lvycnl Alv-rtl-c-incuts li Kfl rates. I 'iMpliiy ail rnlv Hindi' known on npiilleat Ion. OIBi-o 11" US JACKSON, MO., ()( "I'l IHKIS 13. 1IHH. REPUBLICAN TICKET. The voters at Friedheim are Good Republicans from every not well pleased with the idea of precinct over the county report pomp eight miles to vote. They will vote for Bowers. Rf.I'UHI.icans should nut be fooled and flattered by the weak and sentimental praise of the Cash-Hook. Watch what he says after the election. to us that Republicans are satis fied with their ticket from top to bottom and no scratc hing will be done. Tub Cash-Hook still refuses to put Parker at the head of its column and thus far he...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 13 October 1904

From Daisy. Health is reasonably good. Farmers are busy sowing wheat, too much rain has made wheat sowing late, but another week will wind it up. The railroaders are hammering nway grading for the new road. Tliev are tearinc un some farms pretty badly, but the farmers do j at 2 P- -, Hon. 1 not complain: thev seem to i,e I f St. Joseph. Republican Speaking. The following speakers will ad dress the voters of this county at the. following places: TILSIT, Oct. 13, at 7:3'J p. m., Hon. J. R. Walker. DUTCHTOWX, Oct. 14, at 7:30 p. m., Hon. J. R: Walker. JACKSON, Tuesday, Out. 18, K. MeJim- willing to do anything to get a railroad. A few of our people took their families and went over into sister Hollinger county Sunday to spend the day with Christopher Hahs and family who have bought the Hen VanAmburg farm in this county and expect to move on it this week. The object was to give him a pleasant surprise and it was. They showed their re spect for him by taking their baskets well filled wit...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 13 October 1904

JOHN BURTIIvTaqaSs Amtot tl -nm Kidnapped MIUhmlrM,' 7.loel Maaroa'a Dectrtae.-' Etc iyti';ht. una, r I All right I Oorrmoirr. iwn. t filinini I.PIUH A'Mns 1 rrwricrf I A J. Uadiai. BibuH CHAPTER XXVII Continued. "When I made my start tradln' liosse i was tickled to death If I cold a. buss an' made twenty dollar' profit. That ten thousand dollar maot the M'lifn' of more than Ave hundred I ohm s. an' all I had to do wax to reach out an' take It. An' 1 razed at that money an' thought how It would look -In my bank book, an' I said to him. "Mr. Morris,' say t 'I'm your man.' An' thin. see-In' how easy it to muke money here In this city coun cil, I made a deal with him by which I was to buy up six other aldermen an' urr 'cm over to him, same as If they veres a lot of bosses or baK of pota toes. Then wo drew up an agreement mi vote tor the ordinance an' nave It to Mi. Morris. Here, Mr. Chairman. ,1 ht rt'ily certified copy of tfcnt con tract. Tan of the money was In cash r' the rest In a ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 13 October 1904

D BLOW AT AN OLD JOKE. Man Anxleucly Ask Police to Find His Mother-inLaw. "I lore 'J a description of my mother- in-law, uniM n mreklookmg man, an he Mood before Dent. Kennedy at po- 'Ice liead(tiHrtern jeMprdny aftrrno-n. "A what?" Rlid tho lieutenant In tirprc. "A dewerlptlon of my mothrr-tn law, pleaxe find her," nld the mnn. have hulked everywhere for her, b'lt 1 have been unable to find nny truce of her. I was directed to come to the police." I"or a minute IJeut. Kennedy looked at tho man In HiirprlHe, then hu reached through the window and took the description. "We'll try and find her." ho said. The man left the nation and Ken nedy Mood for a moment In deep tbmiRht. Then he laughed and said: wen, mr, tne police force is a (treat place for experiences. I've been hero a long, long time myself, but this Is sure a new one. In all my ex perience this In the first time I have known a man to come In here nnd ask the police to find his mother-in-law. There's been a few asked us to ro ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 13 October 1904

Object to Girl Messengers. Pui't. wtiit-trL.: i.f 'lit Milwaukee boar 1 of rharl'k'i threatens to appeal to tV p;'aiiir? for a restraining act uril'Vr the to!' araph companies and otl.iT rorp. rati.m altaad'in the prac ( tire of oir.-jWyirg stru aa mgsfnor. Attention. The Ur-Huline nintc-r have re turned and will open thoir school Tue-iday, September 6, when llioy hope to welcome all their old pupils and many new one. They are also prepared to ac commodate a limitel nun.ber of J prl. boarders at reasonable rates, j For further information apply ! to Ursuline Sisters, Jackson, n Mo I Public Sale. The undersiL'ned will sell at , . . , , ., . hisresidenc, 2, miles northeast of Oak Ride., on Saturday, Ot. 1 22, l'M)4, nt ubhc auction the fol-i lowing property : I One two-year-old mule, 1 suck-' ,. 1 .1 r 1 o -n ' lino- mule, 2 mures in foal. 2 milk . n . w'S 2 yetiflin calves, 1 spring - calf, '5 sheep, 12 head of hoi?a, ; corn, hay oats, u'ood farm waon, plows, harrjw, jilnw gearin. In...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 13 October 1904

Supplement to the . . . JacKsoia. Herald. 4rWi lie JACKSON. MO., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1904. DEMOCRA IS G TO COVER FOLK, ABSENT FROM HIS POST, CALLS ON POLITICAL COMMITTEES TO DO HIS WORK. The Courts, Circuit Attorney's Office, Sheriff's Office, the Police and Majority of Election Commissioners are Democratic, Yet Folk Appeals to Republicans to Investigate and Punish Elec tion and Registration Frauds Democratic Candi date for Governor Making Speeches for Machine Ticket Instead of Perform ing His Official Duty. Ik-liig unable to longer conceal the -trt.ss frauds in tin- registration lu St. Louis three weeks ago, when the Democratic state police stood Idly by while "Indians" violated the election laws and even committed murder, the Democracy suddenly veered 'round on a new tack. The Folk State Commit tee made a bluff to Join In an e5Tort to ferret out election crimes and, at the same time, referring to Republican charges that such crime had been committed as 'ridiculous." This action ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 13 October 1904

T.i FOLK SUPPRESSED THE TRUTH. C0O0O00COOtCCtO00O00CH K WITH OTHER MACHINE CANDIDATES HE PREVENTED A RECOUNT OF BALLOTS AND THE EXPOSURE OF CROSS ELECTION FRAUDS. Received the Same Votes Jim Butler Did and the Opening of the Ballot Boxes Would Have Imperiled His Election His Action Dictated by Necessity of Hiding Crime at the Polls An Honest Man Would Not Have Accepted Office Without First Clearing His Election of Charges of Fraud. Having been forced to take the de fensive for the head of the Democratic ticket, the machine press of the Mate ha keen placed in a position whore it bwaraoii imperltlve to prove drat, that Jaoeph W. Folk was honestly elected to the office of circuit attorney for 8t Louis, and second, that he did not participate In the nailing up of the (allot boxen, for the reason that, hav 1 111; keen honestly elected, he had noth ing to conceal and ho was not con cerned In the suppression of election frauds. It in incumbent upon the Democracy to prove both of these prop...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 20 October 1904

Jackson Mekalp, m VOL. VII. .JACKSON. MISSOURI, THURSDAY. OCTOBER 20. liHH. NO. 49 Time LOCAL S Whe.it S1.10 to-day. Whitewater has organized a bank with $10,000 capital. Hear Walbridge at the court house on October 28 at 2 o'clock. Choice rye seed at McAtee A Buerkle. A. C. Schmuke and family are attending the World's fair this week. W. C. Torrence of Pocahontas died yesterday at 10 a. m. of typhoid fever. Winter turf oats at McAtee 4 Buerkle. John P. Mabrey and family returned from the World's fair last week. Mrs. Chas. Cobb of Lutesville has been visiting Mrs. lien Masters of West Jackson. Ked top, timothy seed, orchard grass and barley at McAtee A Buerkle. Mr. Penn and wife of Bowie, Tex., are visiting R. M. Mc Combs and wife of Jackson. Mrs. R. M. Sawyer, J. C. Wal lace and Vr. D. K. Sawyer are attending the World's fair this weok. When "Walk-overs" go on troubles go or l.et the Jackson Store Co. shoe you. Mr. Kingsberry and family of Benton were visiting Mr. Wash Gladish and f...

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. — 20 October 1904

TOfi Jackson hlkald. REPUBLICAN IN POLITICS. B. r. li:sk.. Publisher Eutcrod nt tlie portofftra at Jnrl,. on. Mo., e second-class matter No ember 4, 1897. PHONES: Offlca 14S Residence 141 Terms fur the Herald are at follows: WW ono year 11.00 llx month GO Three; months 30 Advertising Rates: Iicnls Ce p floe earh Insertion. Profeslonal Card II par year. Legal Adverltiementa Ugal rated. Display ad. rate mad known on application. Chicago has reduced the ilivnres r oiU ti twenty four minutes HaL Never make light of King Peter Kararcorgovllch's crown. It weighs Dlllf pounds. "savins can't lie charged with a tJKpnx it Ion In join t forces of Goner ii! Apathy. Hiiwny. It Is n (.Tim tact thai foiiiotinios 1hr i !y difference between army corpe tnd corpses is o.ie of spcllimr. Those fouili malnn ants probably Inaili' the discovery that 111.' Iioll woe. i I m were (heir lotiK lost nlect s. What constitutes a lady? asks a lit erary clergyman of New York. The riKrr is en-v- A good woman. Anothe...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 20 October 1904

OKU CAPTURES TEN RUSSIAN CUNS THE RUSSIANS REOCCUPY SHAKHE RUSSIANS PUSH JAPANESE BACK, BUT FEAR ENEMY'S STRATEGY KUROPATKIN REPORTS HIS ARMY DRIVEN BACK shake-up ordered in steamboat inspection Preaident Gives Directions to Re organize New York Force. Forward Mcvo Ajalnat MlkccJo's Army Faila at Ecvery Point. Japanese Compel Retirement of Entire Advance Force. Tolilo: General Oku captured ten additional guns Friday. Heavy lijtht lug was Ktill going on Saturday. London: The Dnlly Chronicle's cor respondent at Yrntal, telegraphing on October 12, via Fusan, October 14, says: "The Russian attack failed every where and they are In full retreat along the whole line, pursued by the Japanese. Thirty Kuasiaist guns were captured and the Japanese turning movement la pressing the Russians back to Mukden. The Russians ninde sixteen counter attacks with splcndi I bravery, sacrificing themselves freely, but unavailiiigly." A dispatch to the news agency from Mukden, timed 2 p. ni. Saturday, und r...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 20 October 1904

Jackson Herald. ItKPl'ULICAN IS roLITICS. 1$. V. LUSK.. ..1'l'HMHtlKII Enwriic t Hie iiomotHcT t JupUwiii, a c.iiel-i-hi muiuir NoT'intr 4. Mo. Term fur the IIkuai.d lire uh fol lows: For one ypar I.oo Six nmhiliH f 1 hree niotitlih ,u Akvkktihiso Katkh: Locals lie per liiiis eui-h Inwrilon. Prirel'iiml Curd & per year. Li?.il AUvertiv iiicnU l f?:ii rates. liNily;i(i rule made known on npiillnitliiii. om.-n II- JACKSON. MO., (MTOHKK LK. 1!MI4. REPUBLICAM TICKET. ti I 1:0 doh !: i toos k v klt Fur Vtro-l'rf-ltlt'iit CHAS. V FAIRBANKS Knr (iut rnnr CYRUS 1'. W'ALimilKJK For M'iiU'iiHiit-(Mivt"i inr joiix c. Mckinley r.ir Sii ti'iiu y of I'lnif JOHN H. SWANGEK For TffiiuptT J. F. GMKLICII For A u'lltor W. W. WILDER I'nr AtturiM J l.c in'rul HERBERT S. HADLEY ,r Kiillliiitil mill NViinIiihim' ml.tl'iiuT FRANK WIG11TMAN I'nr I'li -iili nliil Klirli.rx-iC-lurKi' M. M. 1I0USKK hi . I .mils LAWRENCE M. JUNIUS Kiu.-u- i lly I 1 1 r Jiiir iiii- .lutl'i- HENRY LAMM l nr.lllllac SI. I.ul- ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 20 October 1904

Resolutions of Respect. Whereas, it has pleased God to remove from our midst our be loved brother and fellow work man Wilburn 1 Hobbs, whose death occurred on Sundry, Oet. pth, therefore it is the wish of Jackson lodge A. O. U. W., No. 13H, to express our sincere sym pathy to the wife and relation of our beloved brother in this their sad hour of bereavment. Resolved, that in the death of (,iir brother the lodge hns lost a faitliful and earnest worker. That the town of Jackson has been deprived of a pood citizen. That his wife and children sus tains the loss of a kind husband and father. That the charter of our lodge be draped in mourning for the. next 30 days and that a copy of ihM. resolutions be sent to the wife of the deceased brother as a token of our sympathy and grief That a copy of these resolu tions be published in the Cash Hunk and Jackson Hf.kai.d. j F. W. Becckkmann Cm. - J. H Knkip.kkt. ( 13. F. Lusk. Notice to Contractors. Notice is hereby given that I will at the site ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 20 October 1904

Cr JOHN BURT I WHAM'" PAM Autkof el "Tb kldiupped Millionaires." "Colonel Moarae tcMn, etc. oPTuiinT. iwn, tir I All rtihu I Cocthk.iit. taut at TnzntmiiM Uitum An I reserved 1 J, Lmiiii BiDDLa CHAPTER XXIX. Edith's Confession. "The .opera say Mr. Morris will be rrested: It's awful, Jessie! Look at the lilg heidllnea! Isn't It awful?'" Ivdlth Hancock's checks were red dened wl'h excitement an Hlie dashed tiito her cousin's nutm. "Mr. Wake hero while; the general was at lircakfasf," Blip gabbled on, breath lessly. "They talked a minute and then he hurried away. Isn't Mr. Hlake lovely? And h(;' no big and hund smn.e. and generous, and good-looking. inil manly, and and everything. I Just lovr him Jessie, dtfli't you?" She fcxihed r)o:-f Iv nl Jessie Carden. "I -I lil-o 1,1m. Kdith It wouldn't lo for both of us to love him, wculd it. nii!lu mine?" "He in; : vou." protested Kdith, with n bi.nli. "I know hi' docs. An.' you sure ynii dnn't love him, Jessie, Just a llttl- b!l?" "Quit"' sun....

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 20 October 1904

TALK ON ADVERTISING By C. W. Post to Publishers The sunshine that mnkes a business plant grow Is advertising. lirowlns a business nowadays is something like growing an apple-tree. You may select good seed, plant It In good ll. water and work with It, hut the tree will not produce fruit until another and mont powerful, encrglx ItiR and life-giving element In brought to bear. You must have sunshino and lots of It. Can you expert to ripen apples In the dork? Can you expert to grow a profitable. business plant povadnya without the aulkJne of pub. lie favor produced by BiVtiliig? This I'oHtum plant la a good illus tration of that law. It seems but a short lime ago when I put a few men at work in the carriage house of the barn you have seen to-day, where we brsan making I'oetum coffee. The seed then planted, less than 9 years ago, was a new kind of apple seed ai.d It was not altogether certain bow the people would like the apples. We did our work thoroughly and plenty of It. We knew we ha...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 20 October 1904

a Notice. It has just come to my ears that someone has circulated the re port that I will not support my hro'.her James A. Bowers for judge of the 1st district. The i i port is false, and I am only too ylad to support Jim and will do all I can to get others to support him. Respectfully, John A. Bowers. Oak Kidge, Mo. RESIGNATION NOTK'K. Tiike iiiitlcii! 1 hut I, the uiHl. rlKMr(l iniimlinn of Hip person and estatu of N'vwtou J. ttrmiiniitr. minor child of I. A. (SramniHr, will, at tlio iii-xt N(n ember term of t lin irobnt court of Cuiie (ilrnrdeaii counly. Miwnurl, In l)p held at the court, hoiihc In th city of Jncknon, on Silt iirclny. Novcm tier II), 1M04, Bi'Oly In :il(l court lor lciiv' to rexlun tli olllcc .1 rifl tru-t of HUiii'lian of the pi rxon mill cxtiitc of nu. I minor Hknky V. Haih, (.miifliitn of the icriiti arid cstiiti- of Newton J. liruiiiiiinr. Notice. We have fruit and hade trees in large quantities all with an expert entomologist's guarantee of perfect health. A...

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