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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 20 October 1904

Supplement to the ... J&cRsom Herald. JACKSON, MO., THURSDAY, OCTOBER ao, 1904. ii EY; FOLK " n $000000000O00000O000OO00O0000000 OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 0OOOOOOOOOOO0O0OO0OOO000OOOOOO0O0 SAMPLE OF THE KIND OF MEN WITH WHOM MR. FOLK HOPES TO PURIFY THE LEGISLATURE. SAKE KINN REFORMER How the State Ring Folk Combination Carried the St. Louis Primaries on October 3 A Victory for Decency Which Resulted In "Snake's" Candidacy New Kind of Police Protection Under Folk's Cam paign Manager, Harry Hawes. A Ifetuocratle primary election was held In St. Louis on October 3 which was a beautiful exhibition of bosslsm. lnwih W. Folk, bavins gone over to the stato machine and clinched the ileal by appointing Harry Hawes Ms -umpalgn manager In St. Louis, It only remained for him to cast bis Influence with the president of the Jefferson Club and the stato ring police force in order to dominate tho gathering at wlikli candidates were put up for city offices. In addition to Hawes, wh...

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. — 20 October 1904

HOW FOLK DOUBLED ON COOK. A Question of Veracity. FOLK S MAN HIES, I? . ' 1 ft 1? COOK WAS A BAD MAN WHEN RUNNING FOR AN OFFICE THAT FOLK WANTED: BUT HE IS A GOOD MAN WHEN RUNNING FOR AN OFFICE FOLK DOESN'T WANT. Joseph W. Folk, running on the same ticket with Sam D. Cook and with Harry Hawes, a recognized state machine politician, as Ma campaign manager, shows up strongly when con t.ransted with the Joseph W. Folk of Juno, 1903, who put Ham B Cook out of tho race for governor by obtaining a bribery confession from Cook'a friend, K. R Speed. It waa a clover political move, that Speed confession. It effectually de stroyed whatever chancea Cook bad or securing the Democratic nomina tion. As a matter of fact, when Folk got Speed to tell how Cook had ad vised and witnessed a bribery trans action, It not on'y beat Cook for the gubernatorial nomination, but actuary nominated Folk. Having used that weapon onre, however. Folk, secure in tho nomination, forgot that he had ever held It and ca...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 27 October 1904

JAGKSOK IftaAlLID). F. M'SK. Kditor. IN T1IK INTKREST OF THK PKOPI.K AND THK KKITMJCAK TARTY, fi.oo PER YEAR IN ADVANCE VOL. VII. JACKSON. MISSOURI, THURSDAY. (WTOBKU 27. 1901. NO. "0 Our Fall Bargain Sale will begin Friday, Oct.28, and continue till Christmas Calico. n all the best eolors and best grades. Ihei kiiKlthatvouhavelieon1 ...... :.. r. v'e have bought several thonaiHl yards at a bargain and are selling them at less than wholesale price. Unheard of Bargains until Christmas. Vim will get a ticket, each time von spend l.'J.j which will u''t you one 10c doll, or von ''an save them until you rV two tickets and get a 'JOc dull, nr four tickets and gel n o,- doll, or eight tickets and iret an SOe doll. ! incniiicr that you can also liuv nwods cheaper than ever before. Shetland Floss. Fleisher's Shetland floss at Toe box. This price will hold good until Christinas unless our stock is sooner sold out. Men's wool sox in reach 0C of every one. Think of pr, BLANKETS. 10-4 blankets a...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 27 October 1904

i i I JACKSON HEKaLD. REPUBLICAN IN POLITIC. B. F. LUSK.... ...Publisher Kutf-r oil at tbe poslofhre at Jack on. Mo., e sreoudclass matter No vember 4, 1897. PHONICS: Office OS Residence 142 Terms for the Herald lire as follows: ror one year 11.00 I i months 50 Three months JO Advertising Hates: Ixicals 6c pe" line each Insertion. Profeelonaj Card It per year. Legal Advertisements- legal rates. Display ad. rates mad Down on application. THE MARKET REPORT A Summarized Report Covering the Prevailing Conditions. GRAIN St. Louis. Y II K A 1 No. Nil ml. . . ml .. . 1 1 . 1. Iluiil winter. Nil. 4 winter. Nn. -.' mixed ii. It iii'immI Nn. ' in u . i. vrilnw yi'llii . while . White . . Hlixotl . V Ni N. TostlmoNn Ion was P' i?rn?i'i Jury' """ . Ri K N". ..:ii' ..:iu'i 1 1 1 1 M ' U ll U n hit .'in Ml Chicago. in i Nn -,.finr Si .'.'ll Nn I spi iliv' "t 1 No S ml I. ll i nii Nn . . .:.:t Nn. :.' vi-IIikv '4 Hih No. ; . .'ll Nn. .' white 1- Ni. i into ''! I!i K Nn :.' 7s , llAI'.l I I I .III ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 27 October 1904

jAPANt&t Arte KtrULoLO FROM LONE TREE HILL Roada Have Been Ruined by Heavy Raina Country Oevaatad. Mukden, October 18. Lone Tree hill, rim by 'hf' TliBHtn after a desperate t iiKK wus ,lir "''Jed "f a gallant but unsuccestiful Attempt at recapture (y the Japanese. In spit or ine awiui ma112n1.fr with .h.. hav heen driven from th "" " h,H, the Japanese relurno.1 to tho cnr-'V- .......a .... ... ..v . ... rerognl.lng that the hill wa the key tn the position on the southwest Iront. ; Nine regiment participated, crre- : tnt( up through the n I k ti t and deliver- : Ing a furious assault at dawn. Hut the : fcll! hail been bought too dearly by the j Russians to relinquish It, ami the Jap j ,nse were driven back with terrible j slaughter. it In i-rnortcd thnl General M'sl. ....... ,,,.. v..0 .... ...... . . . Adjutant GavrllorT, were engaged in a hot tight on Oetober 17 toward the southeast. A Cossack horse battery nip-need the Japanese gun and drove ha it several Infantry battalllons....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 27 October 1904

1 lv 1 --.7 ' onward over Jackson Herald. KICrVULICAM l.N ItlM'IICft. B. F. LUSK J'uitMBintic Advkktiim Katkh: Local oc per lin cncli Imrrtiiei. Prmesslnniil Curd 6 per year. Lk;i1 AilverlKe mentii leiriU rates. Kinpliiy ud rums in ml o known on Application. phohmi: Office heitldonce ... 1M .. Hi JACKSON. MO., CMTOHKI127. UK4. REPUBLICAN TICKET. For ri'Mmit TIIKODORK ROOSFAT.LT For Vttv-I'rrnldt'iit C1IAS. W. FAIRBANKS Knr invtriiur CYRUS P. WALBRIDGH l or l,.'Hii'iniiil-ii"H'rinir JOHN C. McKlNLKY l or Si'iniary of Sinn- JOHN JO. SWANGKtt I'nr Tri'tfiin'!" J. F. GMV.LIOlt I'nr A iMlttnr W. V. WILDKH I'nr Allorni y lii'mial IIKRBKRT H. 11ADLKY fnt liullloail mo I Wuli lioii.in riiiiiliolT FRANK WIGHTMAN l'or I'n -liU nihil KliTlui-x-itt-liirni' I). M. IIOUSKR HI . I.ollli lawrhncf. m. jonks K'.'iifHH i'Hy HKNRY LAMM l'..r .llllllir M. I...UU( olilt l.f AH'U bkrt d. nortom .1. m. .johnson I i.l ( oiiKI'"- Mill ll I it't W. T. TYNDALIi I H Ht'prcti-lltilt 1 Vi F. : KIKS r,n- sihtiit h...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 27 October 1904

Additional Local. Pr. Barry who has been selling his wonderful medicine, Germi cide, has done untold gcod to our citizens. The medicine is all that is claimed for it, and Dr. Barry is a man of integrity and honor and can be trusted by our people. He is good for his con tract and truthful in his state ments, and honest in his deal ings. All who are suffering from diseases of the stomach or kid' neys will do well to consult Dr. Barry while he is here. He will be here all this week and prob ably next. Call on him at Cen tral Hotel. The 29th District of the W. C. T. U. in this state was awarded the banner at St. Louis last week for having secured more new members than any other ditricit in the state. This is ,the district oer which Miss Roena Shaner, our Jackson girl of whom wo are all proud, presides. MissShaner was also made delegate to the national convention of the V. C. T. U. that meets at Philadelphia soon. This is another well de served honor for Miss Shaner. The Herald congratul...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 27 October 1904

3 M ?. t-' J ! i :! I '!3 JOHN BURTllsaSS Aether of "Tb Kidnapped Mimoralm," "Colem! Moan' Dectrtne." Etc. OOFYItHlHT. liWI, BT I All rlctatH I COPTHfllHT, MOl HT PaKD.mi Ufium adamw reiartwi I A. J. Dsn St, UioobS CHAPTER XXX Continued. '"Mow much U & O. have youT" tie fomanded. 'Thirty-five thousand shares," re Jilted Mr. Mason. "How many have you wild?" ad dressing his Hon. "Ahoiit seventy-five thousand." "Iliim mra. Kino outlook! Forty thousand Kliarc short on a stork, with only a hundred thousand share In II." growled Randolph MorrlM. "Uy lod. if r pull out of this Hi I tin with a dollar 1 11 place It where you can't find It wlrli a sot of burglar'! tools!" iUmlolph Morris glurcd at hit son, fumbled for his glasses and hint over the I HP''. "Kin j five Md for I,, ft O.." II read. "Illil sixty fur any part of ten Ihou finnd i-luiro. Gltnmo that telephone! ki to the exchange, Mason, and get on tin- other pud of this wire, and I'll Itivf you the orders." Shortly before noon n ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 27 October 1904

" By C. W. Post to Publishers The sunshine? that makes a buslnc plant Rrow is advertiKlnK. Growing a buslrem nowadnys In something like growing no apple tree. You may select jjond seed, plant 11, lu Rood mill, water and work with It, hut the tree will not produce fmlt until another and most powerful, encriz In and llfe-KivliiK element la hniUKht to hear. You must huve sunshine and lots of It. Can you expect Q ripen apiilei In the dark? Can you expect to fTw a profituhln huxinets plant nowadays without the sunshine of puu lie favor produced !y advertising? TI.Ih Postnm plant la a Rood lilu. tratlon of that law. It seems hut u rhort Units bko when t put a few men at work In the carriage houno of i lie ham you have seen to-day, whero wo hesan maklnu I'optum coffee. The seed then planted, lens than S years ago, waa a new Kind of applo eed ar.d It waa not altogether certain l ow the people would like the apples. We did our work thoroughly and plenty of It. We knew wo bad a good Pure Food...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 27 October 1904

i ; j IIKSMNATION NOTlt'i;. Tnko notice i lint I. Urn i!ii(l. rl(tiil Kimrdlnn if tlm fw'tfon ml extnfe i.r Newton J. Oi iimtimr. minor elnld t V. A. (irniiiniHr. will, t llm next November term fit be 1'foWe ourt ,f Cnpo C.iiar.leuii county. Mijmmim, t,. Iieli.-W iitthc court ii.mihw ti l ie city of Jiii-kM.il, on SiiiurcKv, Novum ber lit. lw4...M'l.v f "hUI toiirt lor leave to n-Iun tli omce " mild minor. IUnky w llA h iiuirrliim of t lie person ami "'" 01 Newton J. tiranitnnr. Notice. Wo lmvo fruit and Miadc trees in large quantities all with an expert entomologiHt'ri guarantee of perfect health. Mho a Tine lot of Han-fid and White Plymouth chicken, and a few choicely bred llerkriiires almost ready for use. Call, phone or w rite. Respectfully, 1'l.AINVlKW Nt KSKRY, Carl Wallace, I Top., .lacks. 11, Mo. Sawed His life. ,1. W. Davenport. Wino, Ky., writes .lune 14, "' want t. tell you 1 believe Ualiard'H Know l.ini'ainent. avel my life. I was under tlic tnattnent "f two doc tors, an...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 27 October 1904

Supplement to the . . . Jackson HeraM. JACKSON, MO.. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 97, 1904. WHY BUTLER WAS flCQUITTED. FOLK'S LAMENTABLE FAILURE TO PRODUCE EVIDENCE WHICH HE HAD SAID HE POSSESSED IN COMPETENCY OR DESIGN? kMaph TV. Folk li making the race lor governor of Missouri on tl.o claim that he, and he alone, ban been the public official In the Democratic cnmp to prosecute the corruptlonlsts within ail own political party. The number f convictions obtained: the secrets of the grand Jury and personal ahuRe of Ihe men who are to-day, and have been lor years, the head and front of the Missouri Democracy, are the materials which have been used and are being used by Folk In his cnmpnlgn to obtain, drat, the nomination and aecond, the lpsttoa. We know nothing of wrangles within the Democratic party and care less; but we, together with all other Migsonrlans, are Interested vitally In terented In the publication of the truth about the boodle prosecutions upon whl-h Folk bases his claim for prefe...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 27 October 1904

I,. if; k TQMiWATSQN'S LETTER OF ACCEPTANCE 1 SCORES THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY. POPULIST LEADER DECLARES PARKER. BELMONT, HILL AND GORMAN SOLD THE PARTY TO WALL STREET THE OLD CLEVELAND CROWD IN THE SADDLE AND RIDING THE RACE UNDER INSTRUCTIONS FROM THE STANDARD OIL AND SUGAR TRUSTS QUOTES BRYAN IN SUPPORT OF HIS CHARGES PARKER "AN ARTFUL DODGER." Thomas Q. Watson, candidate of the People's party for president, la his latter of acceptance gives abundant reason why Bryan Democrats should not vote for Parker. With the excep tion of the oionlii paragraph, Mr. Wataoa't letter Is ns follows; MR. WIYAN. WHO IS ALWAYS CARKFUL IN THE 8TATKMKNT OF MATURED OPINIONS, HAS AS HURRD THE COUNTRY THAT "THE INKLUMNOKS HACK OF THE PARK rJR CANDIDACY ARB SO INTIMATE LY ASSOCIATED WITH TRUSTS AND GREAT CORPORATIONS THAT THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY COULD NOT APPEAL TO THE MASSES WITH SUCH A CANDIDATE." SAID MR HRYAN: "TI1KY WOULD n 120 IN WITH A FOOT RACE AND END WITH A ROUT." LIKEWISE HE 8TATKD A SELF EVIDENT FACT...

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. — 3 November 1904

TfflE Jackson IMIeisaled. B. F. LUSK, Editor. IX T1IK INTKRKST OF Till- PKOPMJ AND THIS REPUBLICAN PARTY. $1 oo PER YEAR IN ADVAXCK VOL. VII. JACKSON, MISSOURI, THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 3, 1904. Calico Boston the market.. 42 Shetland Floss All you want at f QC SuSar i i i IS lbs bcstp-anulMOl.OO Rice The best on tlx market )C Rice Good quality, nightly broken T Baking Powder Full size, Laytoii's. . .qC Hominy liest lye, per fan 8 LurjresUifood pattern. . .Q I Domestic I'nbloaclioil, regular tic, per ydO- Don't miss the dolls dur ing our fall bargain sale. A irood ehanee to get one five. IMPORTANT NEWS OF THE Jackson Store Company, JACKSON, MISSOURI. 4 B We pay cash for produce. We invite everybody to visit our store and see if we are not right when we say it is the place where your dollar goes farthest. Jackets and Capes. We do not hesitate to say that we have the best line of ladies' and ehildren's jack ets ever brought to Jackson. We want to show von. We have received our sec ond big sh...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 3 November 1904

1 it" M JACKSON HEKALD. REPUBLICAN IN POLITICS. B. K. Ll'SK. .Publisher rvj al the Hortoltico t Jack, ton, Mo., as second class matter No vemlier 4, 18U7. 1'1IUNU3: omc 148 Residence Ill Term for the Herald are as follows: Fur one year li.OG Pin monthn 50 Thtee month .30 Advertising Haton: Ijocals 6e ppr line each Insertion, rrofinlonnl Card (5 per year. Legal Advertisements legal ratfs. Display ad. rati rondo known on oppllcaiion. THE MARKET REPORT A Summarized Report Covering the Prevailing Conditions. GRAIN St. Louis. Win -at Nil. 2 red 31 en No .1 red 1.17 " ilnrd winter. No. 'J.... 1.14 " No. I winter, new . . . . 1.11 i t Ti?t - No. mi xt-l fit ' No. :t mixed '. No. y 11. .iv :.4 " No :i tllnv M " No. white Ti'l " .No. :i iiiii :,: r.- No. '.' mi id 81 No. :i ini.. .nr, ' No. ' white ; No. 1 u hiti- ..Ti Km No. 'J Ch c.igo. vViikat Nii :.' -!:; nr 51 .';o " No. .1 l it 1.11 No v.mI l.l 4 on - N,i .',) No, viili.r.v "' 't m- No ! '. P. I " No. ulntc : " No. ;t white :tl H r. - ...

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

JAPANESE CAVALRY LEADER. -sr ir i , W III vfM Iiifpalchea tell of a detour ma. In tijr prince- Kan-ln with a large forco of cavalry. In which ha got arouud the Russian left and caused great confu slon among tho Russians. Prince Kanin Is president of the Japanese Utti Cross society. MORRIS MAKES THE' FIFTH VICTIM In Hs La it Momenta Ha Imagined He Was Resisting Arrest. .-: Louis' Wiilliiin Morris alias (I C Wait, desperado ami conlcssc.l fain robber, died at the city hospital :ii 7.11 Moiiilay night, making the tit r H victim of the Pino street battle of Friday afternoon, which cost three i. rri tiv c.H their lives. Morris became mi. mi-clous only about ten minutes before lie expired, and in his death strangle he again battled In his lev ered drain against arrest. The nurse mi.l three policemen stationed at his bedside guarded hint against his own rln'iire lis mitt teri ngs were Inartie uiaie. hut the motions of his hands In. heat, il that liu was shooting at im suit. at y foes. W'ai...

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

Jackson Herald. REPUBLICAN IN POLITICS. B. F. LUSK PUBLIBHKH Advertising) Paths: Locals 6c per line each Insertion. Professional Card 5 per year. LcruI Advertlnc tnents lntcal rated. I Hsplay ad rated made known on application. mount: Offi.-e H heatduni-..? 142 XACKKON, MO NOV. 3. 1H04. REPUBLICAN TICKET. For I'ri'sldfnt THEODORE ROOSEVELT For Vlrn-I'nliliinl CHAS. W. FAIRBANKS CYRUS P. WALBRIDGE Fur Ili'uti'niini-Oovi-rnor JOHN C. McKlNLEY fur HtiTi'lury nf 8lti JOHN E. SWANOER Kir Tr-nurr J. P. GMEL1CH Vnr A nlltr W. W. WILDER For Attorney (lenvrnl HERBERT S. HADLEY For Itnllniuil ntul WHrclioime rimimlwilimrr FRANK WIGHTMAN For I'rrsliltwtUI Klei'tuni-Ht-larKu L. M. HOUSER fil. Uiula LAWRENCE M. JONES Fur HupfTine .lurtttH HENRY LAMM Fur JikIku ft. Inul 'iurt of Appi-nlB BERT I). NORTONI Vor JudVf Kuiimih City t'tttirt nf ApiM'iil J. M. JOHNSON Fur Cnir'tn 141 h IHitrtrl W. T. TYNDALL For 1(4' irM'ii t i il -rt P. E. KIES Kur Sheriff BERNHARD GOCK'EL For ('olltM'tur C. L. GRANT F...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 3 November 1904

I I E. W. FLENTGE & COMPANY'S BIG SALE OK w With the Fall Season now in full swing:, we are ready to show you hundreds of cases of up- 'w" to-date Merchandise received in the past three weeks at TOICES WITHIN THE EAOH OF ALL. Our goods are the acknowledged standard of excellence, and our prices are the lowest. The stock we carry is the larg est and the variety we show the greatest in Cape Girardeau County. Every article we sell is fully guaranteed. Staple Dry Goods. Bleach Domestic worth 6je at 5c 71c "61c 10c " 81c Best yd. wide L. L. Domestic 5c Big line of Flannelettes in choic est patterns at 41, (51, 71, 81, 10c New Fall Dress Fabrics. Here you will find the old favorites and the newer fabrics most approved by fashion. It would be difficult to match such fabrics and prices outside of our store. All wool suiting, Scotch. mix tures, 50 in. wide, worth Si. 50, our price Si Showe proof cloths; .. all the new shades, worth HOe, our price 65c All wool Venetian cloths.fancy Mohair...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 3 November 1904

1 t : 1 JOHN BURT 1 vpHAf aams' Author of "The KMnspped Mltllonalm," "Colonel Monro' Doetrlm," Ctc. CoPTmciiT. iwa, nr All rifhia Coptriout, IKH. ur FBriui k Li'liiM Ainu rexorvMl A. J. 1)hxl UiduLI CHAPTER XXXI Continued. Hoth accepted the Invitation. For inmo muiiii'i I n after Mr. Hawkins had left no word was spoken between John ilurt mid James riluko. Each was tuny with his thoughts, but John broke Hie Hilenre. "When is Miss Cartleu expected to return?" ho Baked, quietly. "I'll try lo find out lo-nlght," Mid Illake, looking his partner full in tho "H'.s. "My head has been no full of (-locks that I've thought of nothing flso. Kilt Ml know all About it. John. it fore I meet, jnu and Hnwklns at lluner. Perhaps Jennie -or rntlier, Miss Carden la bark now. Who knows? This Ih yonr lucky day, old fellow, and nil kinds of things may 'iHieu hi'fofe midnight. Wouldn't it J- gicut. If I went to the tlitdiop house and found her there? or course) wouldn't say a word to spoil the nur I't ,so ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 3 November 1904

Missouri WOMAN EETRAYS EXPLOSION VICTIM prisoner Ferguson Belonged to Morrlo Gang and Escaped From Jail, St. Louis: TlirmiKli tli! coni'cs'.ion of Ami'' Hlniic, nllns Jonos, and other llnf- minle to Chief Donmon.l Thune day. Jerry Fmnkiln Kermison, alias Julm I'""', alias Halter, who was ar rested followins; an explosion of nitro glycerin in front of tit2 l'he;tinit Kt. fimi'lay night, wan Ideiitlllcil u on n't t-isht prisoners who, on August II. i;iKI, tunneled beneath tho Jail at Knirtho, Mo., and psc-aiied. Her eon p.ion al"o Implicates him with t (if MnrrU A'atmhanKDSonauc r guna, of train robbers, whose arrest in a room t 1.1114 I'lne street cost tho lives of three city d't"'tlves. The woman formerly lived with Fer guson, hut says she loft him a wml sk because of nis jealous disposition, i commission In having the work done. The separation was followed by lite , consecptently did not cloccrve men iilttuplyccrln Incident, which occurred j tlc.n upon the commemorative lab'et. Wl....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 3 November 1904

Halloween. Monday night was Halloween. The Flinch Club of Jackson gave a Halloween party at the residence of H. J. Behrens. The company was disguised and looked very much like ghosts are said to look, During the evening the masks were removed and al) knew each other and until a late hour they engaged themselves with games and social conversation. About 12 o'clock all went home well satisfied with the pleasures of the evening. Cured Consumption. Mrs. B. W. Evans, Clearwater, Kan., writes, "My husband lay sick for three months. The doc tors said that he had quick con sumption. Wo procured a bottle of Ballard's Horehound Syrup and it cured him. That was Hix years ago. Since then we have always kept a bottle in the house, Wo cannot do without it. Vor coughs and colds it has no equal" 2oo, 50c, SI, at Dr. S. E. Woods'. Burglar Shot. On liutt Sunday news reached here that some strangers had gotten into a row out on Williams Creek and one of the number shot his "pai"'. Sheriff Schade and h...

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