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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 12 December 1901

tinn Pro xnvl CIRCULATION 1000. LN THE INTEREST OF THE PEoVlE "AND THE REPUBLICAN PARTY. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. 2 JJ. F. LUSK, Editor. TOL. V. JACKSON. MISSOURI, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1901. Time Jackson .1 '" J Jht President's Message. Theodora Roosevelt, president y the United States, sent to con gress on Tuesday, December 8, his first annual message. He opens by leeiing references to : i' to tho assassination of President ' KVIcKinley, praise of the great and ', .kindly qualities of the murdered . ' president and vigorous denuocia ; tlon of anarchists. He recotn ' nends drastic measures along the line of repression and deporta- . a . i J f , ... ;.uon oi mis aaDgeruus nu unmi- iwfl class of men, branding them M murderers ana as representing In no sense any creed of social .advancement. " : A section of tho message is de voted to industrial combinations so-called trusts. He depre- ites violent and ignorant attacks growing out of envy or malice, but suggests intelligent co...

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. — 12 December 1901

V Jackson Hkkald. nr.i unt.ioAN in roT.iTirm. U.K. LlJ.Sk.. l'uni.itiiRU KuutreC t the poxufll'' b J.-u-ksnn, II o. s kiKtintl-cliua umtu r Nnvtmlirr i. hv7. Term for tho IIkuai.d ure an fol lows: ., For one year . 1 1.00 r-lx months. t so 'J lireo UHintlm 30 phones: Offlp ftiif)ltffi-e. 1 It! JACKSON", MO.. DKC. 12. 1!HU. Tlilt paper Is on flic lit tho ofllce. of i no i.-iuvngn inrcr-i!an, joit-iow-iiu JAnt Monroe street, Chicago, where our rentier will be courteously gni't cd who may rnro to call upon The Inter Oe"tn for a tour of inspection nml Nltfht-M-eliiK through itn inngnlfl wnt building, in which can he found every nieehitulenl and disentitle Im provement of tho nsro In connection with the needs of 11 grcAt newspaper. It I a rare treat toany one Interested In the HtiMn-t and should be taken fit! vuntijrs of. Ko.so'u lions of respect and cards of thanks published in the JlKKAMi at half t utcs. Jf you want them published iruo dim t send them to us. 'frit; fifty-seventh conjrr...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 12 December 1901

tf f (ttttttttcf tr S LOCAL HAPPENINGS, S Wheat, 71 cU for tdxtyjiound wlioat, lc extra for each addition al pound over sixty. Meier Bros, for silverwuro. licrn McNeely moved to the Capo last Thursday. For all Mnda o( heaters go to Meier Bros. V. F. 3oza has returned to school at Quincy, III. For a good mackintosh sec Meier Bros. Her. Durham is conducting a protracted meeting at Delta. Coy your fruit cake from S. W. Browu. Philip Heydo returned from a business trip in tho .south last Thursday. Men'a and hoys' sporting goods at Meier Bros. George liideineyer, of the Cape, will open up a saloon in Gordonvillc. Everything good to eat at S. W. Brown's. Blanche O Brum intends to leave next Monday for Los An geles, Cat., on a visit to rela tives. Meier Bros." have now a full line of stationery. W. I. Henderson is now super intendent of the Methodist Sun day school. Ed Howard huving resigned.. Rubber boots for men aud boys nt Meier Bros, at low prices. J. B. Tower and Miss Emma Barrow, of ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 12 December 1901

1 I I V'..'f Climate and Crop Bulletin Of the Weather Bureau, Missouri Hectlnn, I'. S. Department of Agri culture, for tlic Month of November, loci. Tbe exceptionally pleasant weather which characterized the month of October, 1001, con tinued throughout the month of November. Thero were some sharp frosts but no soVero freez ing Weather. The mean tempera ture of the month differed bat little from the normal, but over the greater pttrt of the state the precipitation was deficient, many of the northern and western counties receiving loss than one inch. The heaviest rains fell in 'the southern counties where, in a few Idealities, the total for the month ranged from two to four inches. In most of tbe western counties wheat has made good growth and is in a very promising condi tion, but in nearly all of the cen tral and eastern countios its growth has been retarded by the dry weather, and in a lew coun ties the stand is yery poor and the outlook is discouraging. In general, nowover, mo cr...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 19 December 1901

The Jaksm CIRCULATION 1000. )M rtK itAK.t A s j. tnr ttn 1 t ' I If. F. LUSK, Editor. IN THE INTEREST OF THK 1'EOPLE AND THE REPUBLICAN" PARTY. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. VOL. V. JACKSON. MISSOURI, THURSDAY. I)KCKMliHll 19, 1901. M). 6. T n A i We're Getting Tired. There is sometimes a cause of wonderment in the minds of many people wliat party organisations, party enthusiasm, indeed, govern ment is for. The ruuk and hlo nro whooped up nt election times, they are asked to jive, and do give, they are fired with enthusi asm by orators, and the fires are put out by long winded sermous of would-be orators; they inarch and parade and then they vote. The peoplo they vole for draw ..their-- salari.. uomiuuSjog'' the first day of the first month of their term, and then these pa triots do what 16 earn the monoy of the people which is paid them? nothing. Most of their lnno is spent in goinfi around to caucuses or meetings to re-elect themselves or their friends. Time is spent in n.aking ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 19 December 1901

Jackson Herald. REPUBLICAN is rouTica. B. K. LUSK l'lHI.IHIIKIl Kntorec M II f pomnfttc. M Jackwtn. Mo.. Terras fur the IlpiuiD are an'fol . lows: For one-year.-, 1.00 .! munilm 60 1 hri-e month .ao Offlr. lUlilnnru 1l JAOKSON. MO., DEC. . 10I. Thl paper nt on fllo at the office of Trio Chicago luter-Ooean, UMHOtl-llO East Monroe Mrect, CuleMgo, where oor reader will he courteoualy (Treat ed who mny care to cull upon The Inter Ocean for a tour of inspection nnri lghtrceln through its magnifi cent building, in which can he found eVery mechanical and acientlUc im- provement of the aire In connection with the nerds of a great newspaper. It Is a rare treat ton it one Interested in the nubjecfr and thould be taken ;iJ n t j vr or. - Tub stato teachers' association meets at Kansas City December 9f to 28 inclusive. Stuto .Super intcmlant (Jarrngton urges all leitchcra to at lend. so.Mfc of our lending republicans :leiro to let the people huvesomo thing to say in all elections. The bout way...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 19 December 1901

if if. 3 St ,1 li S LOCAL HAPPENINGS. 7 Wheat, 7Scl., for six ty-pound wheat, lc extra for each addition al pound oyer sixty. Meier Dros. for silvetwuro. W. H. Miller went to St, Louis Monday. i-A A nice lino of ido boards at kk Kinder & Scbmuke's. fjj w- H. Macko. of Gordcnville, "4 Tlod on us lust Saturday. ft II. J. Behrens has just opened p,Sa fresh, lot of groceries at "41". j; VV. II . Weasel, of Oordonvillo, iV'Ibad business in Jackson lastfc'at- ; f- urday. y-i All kinds of candies, nuts and . other Christmas goods at O'Brien & y.cAteo's. Dr. S. M. McAnally, of Mirble f Hill, transacted business in Jack '!;son a few days last week. "I School tablets, composition blanks and all kinds of school stationery at Meier Bros'. Gail Wallace, wife und son wont ,-Wto Mt. Vernon, III., lust Saturday ' "rPn a few weeks' visit to relmives. A hue line of Christmas can- uies uvu ui ion aic a leu s. Elsewhere you will lind notice of another mootiug of iho South At . y-fi p. r . . . ,...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 19 December 1901

Real Fiction. Jf llio taxpayers of Missouri Want to road soma real fictioo rsoriipth'mj; Unit will inako their liair rtand on end they fhould got a copy of the last state plat form of the Missouri democracy and compare the declarations and promises with actual results. First read the platform, and then compare it with Sam Cook's testimony in tho Card well case. Tlio Jtpublican party "has constituted tho leaders of trust as tho leaders of its party in the nation, and accepted from them contributions of millions of dol lars to its sitfantio corruption fund, says the democratic plat form of Missouri. "Wo got fi,0m fiom II. S. Priest, 'attor ney' for tho St. Louis Transit company; .f:.lOC from W. II. l'helprt, 'attorney' for the Missouri I'aeitie; ?1,mk) f,oni John II. Carroll, 'attorney' for the l'.ur liiiton; Ti'W from the brewers, and several thousand from other sources," is tin; substance of what the lato chairman of tho demo emtio state committee cays under oath in the Card well ca...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 26 December 1901

Sl.00 IB IE. CIRCULATION 1000. B. F. LUSK, Editor. IN TflE INTEREST OF THE PEOPLE AND THE REPUBLICAN PARTY. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR IN ADVANCE- .11 ! as a' 1 VOL. V. Washington Letter. Washington. December 23. Doth houses of congress have worked with unusual energy dur ing the past week and as a result there has been some important legislation enacted bofore the Christmas recess. In the senate a large amount of time has been devoted to the discussion of the Hay -l'auncefote tretty. Senator Lodge and Senator Foraker havo both spoken with much ability in fayor of the con vention and havo shown them selyes familiar with its details from every point of viow. The concensus of opinion, of the senators supporting the treaty, is that the United States will, by its terms, bo at liberty to fortify the canal, and will have the privilege of making special ton nage rates to her own vessels engaged in the coastwise trade and that, while obligated to maintain the neutrality of the canal when other nat...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 26 December 1901

.Jackson Herald; ttKVUBLICAN IN roMTICB. H. K. LUSIv I'riiT.noiKU Knlrec at tlin inniftle ut .lackonn. Ho., M i'ind-ciani mulU'r Nnvurnlirr 4. IKvrT. Term for the. 1 1 irftAi.t uro ns fol lows: For one year.. 1 1.00 Six months fio Throe imitit lis HO JACKSON, MO., DKC. 20, lWlt. Thin paper I" "it file lit the Otllce. of The Clilcngo Iiiicr-Ooi'iiti, lon-los-lio Kiift Monroe Mroet, Chicago, where our renders will bo conrteoiiHly grill ed who in :i y cure to call upon T'ho inter Oim'mii fr ;i tour of Inspection and night-seeing through its tntiguill cent. building. In which can hit round every mechmiieiil and Hcientlllo im provement of 1 1 m iijfn In connection wild the nurd of a great newspaper. It is a r:ire trent tunny one Interested in the Mibjecl mid should he t;iken advantage of. Tub liaule-ery of every repub lican nlioud ho, '"Lot's carry Missouri in !M'j," v wk are reiiaoiy inioruiuu tnai P A. Kuj-'n .vill bo a candidate for shorilT liof.,ro tlio next upub licnn convention. "N...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 26 December 1901

a 1 ft J J 'A TVs . 1 sv-at tJ X ADCMIMIO Wheat, 75eU for sixty-pound wheat, lc extra for each addition al pound over sixty. Oliver l'tils, of "haoniu, spent Wi Christ mns at home. Meier bros. for silverware. Win. H. Heach moved to the Capo Christtnns day. t All kinds of fresh canned goods) V.Vtan be found at "41." ; f J Sam Laniphner. of Whitewater, Y'was in town Tuesday. A nice lfnn of nido boards at . i Kinder & Scliuiuko's. - A happy New Year to all the . " ruadersof the IIkuaMj. , - -V (0 A complete linn of buggies to v select from at Klein's. f Born, on December 14, to liov. Bosold and wife, a boy. Kubber boots for men and boys j3 Et Meier Bros, at low prices. i 11. M. MeComb bad business Vjin St. Louis the tirst cf tliu week. All kinds of fruits, nuts and Candies at Hehrcns' grocery.' . Judge John A. Miller, of Laflin, ff had business in Jackson Monday, II. J. Behrcns has just opened a fresh lot of groceries at "il". Miss Counio I'eterman ro turned from California last Fr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 26 December 1901

I fcAIUNU MOVING PICTURES. Jve Motion View Marie tit- Slop. . ulna hr l-'llm a Fraction J off a enni1. j There is jrcat future for moving jpic-ttirrs in vducntton. To the Insular ichlld wliat nifire lmprrsslve inttliod of Information a to what a warsblp ia like ia nil lit majesty than to show tlm one in motion pliotuirrapliy, says Hmr) body' .M.iirnine. The children tt the central states wiil be nbowrj avavea ilushirtfr high upon the atrand, or rolling In mm tie billows on the la th ing beach where obtldren are at plajr Thcro are city children, too, who can be. bo n harveitlnfrand haying acenea In the (treat west; cowa, horses and 11 animals, wild aud tame. And foi toth rural and urban youngsters the Xnutoicope will display the Indian, the 'Chinaman, the Zulu all races of men and their niaumrs and cuatonis. To la jrorraphy clua the tnutoscope will display the oapea, rivers, cities, bays, town aud historic buildings that heretofore have been but name to the book-dated scholar, lie wi...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 2 January 1902

The Jaik&sn Hekadjd), CIRCULATION 1000. $1.00 PER YEAR.1 a?- B. F. LUSK, Editor. IN THE INTEREST OF 'ME PEOPLE AND THE REPUBLICAN PARTY. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. VOL. V. JACKSON. MISSOURI, THURSDAY. JANUARY 2, 1902. NO. 8. SOME GKEAT EVENTS. Dr. Talraage Discourses on the World's Advancement ays II I In th Itlafat Dlrfrllai rnarnl lime Wonderful for Disaster and S OBdr rial for llleeslnB. lUojor.iht, Wi, by Louis Klopseh, N. TJ Washington. Dec. a. In (bit liiu'iM sr l)r. I n unuge recites some grt'ut rvinls nd shows that the viorld is album ing in the right direc tion; tixt, .1 '-'. :30; "'1 will show wonders iu tin- heavens an J it) the earth." Dr. l!iuiuninp great and (food ruan would liavi! loid us the rxuet time of luc f niti'lincnt of this i-iihecj'. As J stei n, d Into bis t uilv in 1inuuli ou 1111 iiiritul fruiu l'mis, just after the l it ncli bud surrendered at St-dun, tbe f nod doctor mid to 'net "Jt is Just wliul I hsitr told y oil iibout franc. I'l-oplc laughed...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 2 January 1902

!i I. 'i Jackson Herald. RKiTIII.ICAN IN 11U.IT1CB. 11. K. Lt'SK ri iti.iHiiK.il KnterM HI tlio mMnfHe ux Jnrtioti. Mo., aa accntifl-eiuw l.iuiM'r mivemurr 4. If.7, Tortus f'r tlio Hkkm.u arc a fo! lows: For one year I I. on 81 tin in tlit V) 1 liree month :iu Offier. 1M lt-ltll.'liri' 11 JACKSON. MO., JANl'AKV 2, IW2. Thin miner is I'M flh- at tin.' oltleo i.f The (.'liu'iipi liiter-Oconn, JiMi-liw-no J'.anl Monroe street, ( hlcajfo, when our renders w III he eourleoiiHly reel ed who tuny eiire to call upon Tho Inter Oeeiin' for u tour of i it-j t i uml Hitfht-M'i'iiikT throii-rh lis liinjrnill cent liuililiiiK'. Iu whieh run be found every iiicclui n ii'iil and welontifle im provement of tin- iijfc in connection with tin- need- of a (frvnt newNpiiper. It Is ii r;ir' front, to any one IntercMcd fn tho Mihjeet and should bo taken advantage of. (iovKitNou Shaw, tif Iowa, lias born iippulntod secretary of the tronsuryr Kr.v. Hkn )ki;ui.c is npain jirciidiinj.'. Ho is holding a re viva...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 2 January 1902

V p r ,-. ii $'4 Ik i 5 LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Z fry Wheat, 7scU fur tdxty-pottud wheat 1 1" i.vt r:X fur piich fiil.litinn ul pound over sixty. A. A. Sides, of Leeinon, was js in town luesuay. t a tr 1 M Meier Dros. for silverware. '.; T. D. Hints went to AUenviHc Jsvf on loenl business yesterday. vl Rubber boots for men mid boys iCiat Meier Uros. at low prices. J Jr Tho Good lload association jr i meets in Jackson January 11. f :f All kinds of fruits, nuts and iA Cnndies at liuhreus' grocery. v'j Ed Kuisor, of iluskiy, had business in Jackson Monday. N. J. Behrcus lias just opened a fresh lot of groceries at "41". Henry Springer, of liordon ville, transacted business in the capital Tuesday. Just a few of those bargains S2 in sofa pillows left at Hutchison jf & Co. Ed Howard, who is attending the norma! school at the Cape, spent the holidays at homo. Klciu's is headquarters for bar gains in anything in the harness line. George V. Huff bought tho Lehner property in Pocahontas ? from ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 2 January 1902

-a. A Central Rural School. An ill ust rution in Ihe Live Block Indicator shows the school building at Muffalo Center, Winnebago county, lown, where tho plan of establishing a central school for the township and con veying to it ench day the pupils who live at a distance, has been in successful operation for a num ber of ycurs. Tho first thing that will strike tho reader is the apoaruncc of the school house. From an inspection from the out side it very evidently contains conveniences for the comfort of the pupils that would be impos sible witb the individual district school building. Tho teams shown in the illustration are those that convey the children to and from school. According to a re port of tho principal, Mr. A. A. Kifcrt, forty-nine children aro brought to school ench day from a distance. Tnoy travel from one and a half to five and a half miles and are carried by four tcunib. Tho cost of ti :nn and driver is $25 per month. The number of small schools that it was no longer n...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 9 January 1902

Jackson CIRCULATION 10007 $1.00 PER YEAR. B. F. LUSK, Editor. IN THE INTEREST OF THE J'EOPLE AM) THE REPUBLICAN PARTY. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. VOL. V. JACKSON. MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JANUARY f, 1902. NO. 9. The Washington Letter. Washington. January (!. ''Six years ago," said a member of the cabinet the other diiy. "Mr. McKinley assumed the responsible duties of tho presidency. He whs confronted by a sadly de plete.! treasury as a result of democratic tariff tinkering, the prosperity of the country was waning from similar causes, a condition of affairs prevailed in Cuba which was abhorenl to all right thinking people. Without stop; Ui'; V re-view tho history of thoso six years look at the situa tion to day. "The treasury is bursting with a surplus aggregating $381,000, 000 including the gold reserve of which 221,000,000 is actually iu gold coin or bullion. Tho coun try is enjoying a prosperity never before equalled. Affairs in Cuba canal which will add to the pros perity of the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 9 January 1902

Jackson Herald. IlEI'VIM'ICAM IN rotlTICi. 11. F. LUSIv l'UllMHflKH Entrc rA pnitnfllr. at Jurkxin, Mo., i,aicoa'eiu f um.w?r AUTvmuflr i. lev. ferns for the Hehald arc ax fol i 1T kvt tiio yut s l.oo month fit) '4 Lfcc months .TO I' HO 91 1. tr brlltttiri. It 142 JACKSON, MO.. JANUARY ft. IH03. ju ' Tills paper is on flic at the oillce of The Chicago Inter-Ocean, 106-1U8-1IO JJast Monro" street, Chicago, where our render will ho courteously greet ed who lii.i y care to call upon Tlio Intc'r Ocean for a tour of inspection anil sight-seeing through its magnlfl co lit building, in whlcu can be found every mechanical and scientific iirv proveineiit of the age In connection with tho injoils ot u great newspaper. It Is a rare treat toauy one intcrcatcd In the Huhjcvt and should he taken adVantngo of. 'Swamp Angrl," in the Cash Bcylr, is getting after tlio county court. He wants swamp drainage. Tiih notices o the Daily Ko puliliraii at the Capo were only sent to u select few of the repub ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 9 January 1902

S LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Wheat, 7SeU for sixty-pound wheat, lc extra for each addition al pound over sixty. Albert Spradlinjr, called on us last Saturday. E. L. Hendricks and wifo have moved to tho Capo. Alex Eulinbnrg returned from tiedalia lust Thursday. G. F. Snider, of Whitewater, was in town last week, .J George P. McLmin, of Oriole, was in Jucdson Monday. Meier Bros, for silverwaru. Wm. Sawyer, of Oak Iiidge, made us n visit latt Saturday. II. G. GroHH, of Gordon villc. was in Jackson lust Saturday. The Young American band reorganized last Friduy night. J. E. Reid, of (rcen villc, has our thanks for business favors. Rubber boots for men and boys at Meier lit us. at low prices. A. L. Hryto and wifo returned to their home in St. Louis last Friday. N. J'. Stearns, of Millerville, called ut our placo of business last Saturday. Rev. C. Latham will preach at Oak Ridgo uext Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Circuit court convened hero this week, Uut little business was done Monday. School ta...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 9 January 1902

Southeast Missouri News. The Press will bo tho name of the consolidated papers nt Cnr Uthersville. Frank Cokor is now foreman on the Greenville Journal. Frank is an all-round printor.and wowwh him success in his now place. A tock company has boon or ganlzcd at Fredoricktown which is knowu as the North Amcrics Lad company with a capital Block of $1,000,000 d'lyiued iiiiG 10,000 shnrcs of tl00 each. Ida Ferry, aged 12 years, of near Sennth, Dunklin county, was burui-d Ui dwitu on December 31. Ilcr dreSd caught fire while she and aomo other children were watching sumo hogs' heads that were cmiking in tho yard. The Trust company is the nnmo of a bi organization repre senting $100,000 lately installed nt Fr-ricricktown. J. K. Frank lin will probably be iU president. Thin in a democratic concern, yet tho democrats oppose trusts. An attempt was made to rob the bank at Elvins, St. Francois county, on December 31. It was unsuccessful, but the damages to the safe and buildings was esti mated ...

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