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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 29 December 1904

Jackson Meisalp. SffflE IN THE INTEREST OF THE PEOPLE AND THE REPUBLICAN PARTY. i.oo IKR YEAR IN ADVANCE VOL. VIII. JACKSON, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, DKCEMISEK 2!, 1004. ISO. 7 i. J W i Yd J c 2 ; Wheat $1.05 to-uay. Circuit court will convene in Jackson next week. County court will hold an ad journed term next week. For low prices on wire fencing 9ee Ford Hardware Co. Mrs. David I'arrar, who had quite sick, is getting better. ,. . , ... ,b I me coneciur oince mis weeK. Fn , . , t I r C A I c .n....w. , church 8uni, BJ tllere,ruminK nomo yesieruay. atBruen.ngAKerstnerD.C,.Co.!and()nHW.)i.torollc!-i , Just ,.ectived i f.ar ,oa(of Mrs. Abbie Tumblcson un.lj ,)jnk Fulenwid(T of C(jmnu.roe American Finld fencing at Ford son George of h.smarck arev.su-1 t,)()k cll,.iytmJlH (Hnner wRn hig j Hardware Co. mg in .luckson. 'mster. Mrs. B M. Morgan. I Harold Tallent, son of Geo. W m. Byrd is now domicilii in ; bis palatial residence on a com- j manning view m r.asi .lacuson. .... Keystone lencing s...

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. — 29 December 1904

f!,4l i .V u JACKSON libit A LI). REPUOLICAN IN POLITICS. I. r. LUSK. .Publisher Kntcred at the postofilco at Jarh on, Mo., a econdc',a. matter No Member 4, 1837. THONEIJ: Offlee 141 Residence 142 Ttrmi for the Herald are aa follows: ror tine year ..$1.00 Is month CO Three irMjiithe JO Advertising Rates: locals Ce pe rtne earh Insettlon. Profeslonal Card II per year. Legal Advertisements- legal ratrn. Display ad. rate a mailt known on application. THE MARKET REPORT a Summarized Report Covering fht Prevailing Conditiona. GRAIN St. Louie. WllFAT Vo. ! rel " No. 3 ml ' Hard winter. No. 2.. " No. 4 winter, new. . . CoRM No. 2 mixed " No. 3 mixrl " No. 2 yellow No. 3 yellow 14.'. .11 .07 .115 .43' .42' .43? .44 .43', .43 .31 .30' .32 .:io' .74 " No. 2 whit 3 white 2 mixed 3 mixed " No. Oa is No. No. No. white ' No. Rvc No. : 4 white Chicago. Wiikat No. 2 sprinir St . 14 No. 3 sprint; 1.10 No t ml 1 14 ' Pats No. 2 vcllow No. 2 .' .Mi .W'i .3." .:io'; .74 .4!) " No. 2 white No. ;t white I...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 29 December 1904

JAPANESE CAPTURE ' ANOTHER FORT General Nogl Captures Important Posf. tlonc-n East Ktekwan Mountain. Toklo: After a heroic struggle Gcn rrttl Nogla force have wrested an other Important position from the do fenders of Port Arthur. In the cap ture of North Fort, on Kaat KeeKwan Mountain. The Russian were driven out tty storm tipon the successful ex plosion of an Immense mine under the fortifications. It in reported that the Japanese have seized a, strong position about l,(oo yards aontheast of 203 Meter Hill, pre paratury to assaulting the new town und pushing between l.laotl Mountain an.) the Russian headquarters at port Arthur. The fighting again! Suugshu moun tain, continues. The following report of the rapture of North Fort was telegraphed from General Nogl headquarter Monday: "At 2:15 o'clock on the afternoon of liecember 18, part of our army blew up the parapets of the notth fort of East Keekwan Mountain and then charged. "A fierce battle with hand grenade ensued. -()ing to the...

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

I i! r3 1 vij : i is ' .1 !- t ; i I : I .'- t Jackson Herald. REPUBLICAN IN POLITICS. B. P. LUSK... l'UBUMIKR Rntrrnc at. the potom.-B at Ji'lin, Mo. aa ronil-rli umiwr NuTomutir 4. 1HV7. Terms for the IIkhald nre a fl low: for on yar 81 nior.thlr I hre months I.K .60 .30 Advkrtibino Hatkh: Loci1 6c per lliH each Insertion. Profmnnl Curd 5 per year. Leiriil Advertl-e-ment eg ratea. Dinpliiy art rates uinlo known on application. t)fBre Rmldnm-e. 14" IACKSON. MO., PEC. W. 1904. In the Nan Patterson case the jury hung. There were six for acquittal and aix for conviction. In 1900 we will offer for con- Bishop Tuttlk presents the Talbot case before the commit too of clergy and lawyers for a rehearing. Repre8kntat!VKKiE8 starlf for Jefferson City to-morrow. When it comes time for Mr. Kies to vote for U. 8. senator he will vote for the man who will best servo Missouri. Ho will be on the ground und will be able to decide. The man that Mr. Kies supports will be elected. From Cordonvlllc. i ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 29 December 1904

From Tilsit ; to 1" or "reform." We know all ' about it. It has been a long time sinco! M. F. Nothdurft is always talk the Herald had an article from ' lng about Nebr. Wonder why? Tilsit, yet we are still among tho' Albert Kipping says he likes living. Thi is a good Itepubli- this place the best, can community and the Herald ! about the young man who is welcome in every home. 1 I always swings on the front gate Xmas has come and the writer trom ? to 12 o'clock at night? sees joyful smiles on old and young faces. The churches did their part, as well as the entire public, to make the holidays of 1904 a special re memt ranee. The Tilsit school gave their Xmas entertainment Friday and a large crowd of people were present. The program by Miss May Slinkard's "broom" pupils was most excellent. Miss Stink ard rewarded her pupils with candies, peanuts, popcorn and a lovely picture which fully demon strated Xmas. Miss Slinkard has been teaching our school for three years. Miss May, will you t...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 29 December 1904

THE DAWNING YEAR, : NEW YEAR CUSTOMS '''.-.,- i , , , . , ..-ssyssssssaBssaBSBB Old -Time Rites and the Origin of Somo That Are Still Practiced. I "if VI , ''t :V ') ' :'l -''I'. I' "vi'v Vi 1 GLOBE TROTTERS' NEW YEAR'S New Year's Day lux been day of ceremony anil rejoicing for a great oany centuries in the world' history. Its origin Is traced back to the Roman 'estlval of Janus, after the establish nent of (ho empire. The old Roman ilvlded the year Into ten month only. Vttma Pomplllu added January ann Februsty. and dedicated the former to Janus, Til II. C. " 'Tl. he! The two-frcd Janus enmes In view: WIM l j ni'intliK his rnli" mlorn. Ami sunilt-op. rtvuls of the morn. lie spurns the rouI Helde, Hut enitles upon ilif ncw-emiTKing year niili prlili'. Aril it'i iiriliH-kn. with sate key. 'I'h'.' ruby hiii.-s of orient day." On this day the Human consuls, fol lowed by the aourt,. went to the ran Hal. all gorgeously appareled, where thry sacrificed two white hulls, never yoked, to Jupi...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 29 December 1904

Undo Cam's Shrewd Bargain. 8lnc tbe purchsse of Alaska baa yielded 1160,000,000 worth of gold, fura and fish, and the territory hai purchased from the United States In tho meantime merchandise valued at 100.000.000. The value of the Alas kan flsh sold In the tingle year 1903 purchase money paid for the country, was $8,000,000, or more than tbe purchase money paid for the country. In that year we received from Alaska (10.228,064 In merchandise and t4,?l9. (79 In cold. HTf. P""nUT fwwt tin nr or nmni W nraiou onwoi UK Kiln. ,lr,.l (,,r, HrMi.p. f- Snxirpr FSRK S.O0 trial hpiiir ant traatiaa. Narrow-Mlndtdntti. It la not until yonr relation with others Is understood that you can sue. ressfully plan your own life. For this reason tbe narrow-minded person ta a failure In that be shuts himself out from human nature and life. Try one Package. tf Drflanoe Starch" doi-s not pirns you. return It to your dealer. If It does you (ret one-third more for the same money. It will trlve you satis fac...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 29 December 1904

Dental Notice. Turkeys for Sale. 1 i'.' $ 1' i I have located in Oak Jlltfil) Ri'lgo as a HKSIDKNT DENTIST. Will practice dentistry In all its branchofl. Examination and con sultation free. Office at Central hotel. Dr. Joseph H. Howard. Driven to Desperation Living at an out of the way place, remoto from civilization, a family is often driven to despera tion in case of, aooident, result ing in Burns, Cuts, Wounds, Ul cers, eto, Lay in a supply of Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Its (lie best on earth. 25c, at DR. S. K. 1 WOODS' Drug Store. I Court Directory. County court meets at Jackson the first Monday in February May, August and November. IV ibnto court meets nt'Jucksun the haciiiul Monday in February, May, August and November. Circuit eourl meets i't Jackson tin; I'irsL Monday in January, May and November .Mid the third M ni'lay in AnguM . 'o:nmoll pleas full ft meets at ("ape (iirardeau the I'oiirih Mmi il iy in January, May and S. ember. Ho. 7494. Treasury Department. Office of Coinpt...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 5 January 1905

Lnufi Schmidt The 5 JAGIKN HlEISAfliB. B. F. LUSK, Editor. J IN THE INTEREST OF THE PEOPLE AND THE REPUBLICAN PARTY. $t oo PER YEAR IN ADVANCE VOL. VIII. -I ACKSON, MISSOURI. THURSDAY, JANUARY ft, 1905. IsO. 8 n a no 88BB88 b Btxirnnf LOCALS SLSLSULSLAJLSJLSLASULJLAASULSLXSLAs3 Wheat $1.05 to-day. Tom Hildreth left for Califor- nia Sunday. Byrn Peterman of St. Louis arrived last week. Wanted A good wagon maker. Apply at thi9 office. K. G. Sibley was quite sick last week but is getting better. Col. T. W. Birmingham went to Caruthersville last Saturday. 50c Speare fascinators at 35c at Bruening & Kerstner D. G. Co. B. S. Buekner and son of the Cape were in Jackson Tuesday. Christian Kassell of Egypt Mills had business in Jackson Tuesday. Keystone foncing square meshes, no slipping at Sander Bros. B. M. Morgan and wife and daughter Lucie left Tuesday for Toledo, Ohio. For Sale or Rent Four room in West Jackson. Apply at this office. J. W. Strong and wife of Allenville called at the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 5 January 1905

AHTT& m J1 BV MARY PEVEREUX I-'( ILLUSrPATION3 BY" OON C. WILSON CHAPTER VI. I In' nigh; of December 19. v.th : coiii s'omi of wind and t..aking -nil ( oi, r tin1 living- f the cottage, where, not f ii r 'ho flame ot tho ikiI Hip thm 'i."ro rrdiiy tin tnuMy kept red brick luinli. .Margot sat spin v.h;lo Joan. ; 1 1 ' up in a bis . .prs-site. wa'cli.-i! idly - as many fore hT nelt humis smooth .-t the flax ;: thou heard niiiih' of l-sngno-,r.r v.e lett?" he iuqiiiicil. 1 i .-. la : li .1 v.'. Mitring what n--w mood bad Ink- ii !"': it the boy. thm lie should '" ,: ip natter if which she had ii- ventured to sp( ak. but relieved w ": to foci tha' she might now Itn l a:; u him information she had re-'-.'f. sonic lime In fore. Marmot ro ll' ?. . Vis Tin t halt an ha, been ' rrc 1 lit month a(!rr f lett. :r. r. T;ro there a keepoi ; for nr K ienno ha- returned to . hero he Is in 1: fa Mir with '. '. Com mil oe." ks-c!" Tho word, half s . kIi and r.s. was f ii 1 1 of viutiici i cness. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 5 January 1905

iawrl .;,T'-e aaa AYe getable Preparation Tor As similating IticFoodandRcCula ling the Stomachs ard Bowels of Frornotcs Digcdlion.Ch,rrur nessarxIRestConlains neither Opium.Morphine norMuicral. lS'OT NARCOTIC. Apcrfccl Remedy forOonsiipa lion, Sour Stoiiwuh. Diarrhoea Worms .Convulsions .Kcverish ness and Loss of Sleep. Facsimile Signature of NEW YOTIK. UP rrrjF tXACT COPY OF WRAPPER. KEISTER'S LADIES' TAILORING COLLEGE. t Inbh.ttrit IHW4. .tune llllm .St., fur. Yandfivrnlrr Air., St. I.ouli. Mo. The larg-trM. rrjoM pop-i.ur ami fln.r qinpppd InttitillioD of k:nfl in Ameru-a. Tbia ColW reoiaiD oid aii vimiu-r It.t-ri"o-(l tMron atieorl.nit me Worlds Kair especially invited to tail ud fcw ua. Call or writ for term.. desoriputa literature, etc Mrittsn Soldiers' Rations. "Rum and chocolate rations" have been the solace of the Hrltlxh soldier n homeward-bound transports. The very latest army reform Is that for the rum a pint of Hritlshbretved ale Ik to he served a: a rout of I'd. or 1 l...

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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 5 January 1905

Jackson Herald. KIITH1.ICAN IN POLITIC. B K. USK. rtBl.lSllKK RmorM M tb inwtoW'-w Jaraann, Mo. a Mni1-'iKM matter SuTembrr i. 1KST. Terms for the IIbkald are hs fol lows: for nnp yar I.'' Sli niontbc 50 Stray Notice. A Surprise Party. orrirK: A pleasant surprise party may Public iiur'. PHONES. KvKldrncr IB Office ID T.l,n I,., a.j t.-:.i.i . . r uM u3 wu... n.iuu nit rje given to your Btomach and pv tji 04 WVI?I Arbor, Mo., and posted before liver by taking a medicine which 1 5A 1 duiin nKni, a justice 01 me will relieve their pain and dia peaco in Welch township, Cape comfort, viz: Dr. K'inir's Mew! Girardeau county, Mitwouri, on Ljfe pinHt Thpv HPe a mOHt won. I JACKSON the 12th day of December, 1(04, derful remedy, affording sure re- " 1" the. following described property, Jief aml curt,( for headache, dizzi- () 1 I C U Wl 1 S O 11 , t0w,t: : ness and constipation. Price25c. A I ... VETERINARIAN, MO. One sorrel horse two years old, I hr-f mnth W, appraised at $40; and one black ...

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. — 5 January 1905

Premiums Awarded At the Poultry Show held at Jackson, Mo., December 26, 27 and 28. BAKRKD PLYMOUTH ROCKS. Cockerel, 1st and 2nd, G. L. Snider, Fruitland; 3rd, Carl Wal lace, Jackson. Hen, lt and 3rd, Pleaa .Snider, Jackson; 2nd, O. L. Snider, Fruitland. Pullet, 1st and 3rd, G. L. Snider, Fruitland; 2nd, A. E. Sheppard, Jackson. Pen, lBt, G. L. Snider, Fruitland; 2nd, Carl Wallace, Jackson; 3rd, Pleas Snider, Jackson. BUFF PLYMOUTH ROCKS. Cock, 1st, Hinkle & Jenkins, Oak Ridge. Cockerel, 1st, 2nd and 3rd, Hinkle Jenkins, Oak Ridge. Hen, 1st and 2nd, Hin kle & Jenkins, Oak Ridge. Pul let, 1st, 2nd and 3rd, Hinkle 4 Jenkins, Oak Ridge. Pen, 1st, 2nd and 3rd, Hinkle & Jenkins, Oak Ridge. WHITK PLYMOUTH ROCKS. Cock, 1st, J. R. Jenkins, Oak Ridge; 2nd, Carl Wallace, Jack boii. Cockerel, 1st, G. H. Gross, Gordon ville; 2nd, Carl Wallace, Jackson; 3rd, J. R. Jenkins, Oak Ridge. Hen, 1st and 2nd, J. R. Jenkins, Oak Ridge. Pullet, 1st, 2nd and 3rd, J. R. Jenkins, Oak Ridge. Pen, ....

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 5 January 1905

JACKSON HERALD. REPUBLICAN IN POLITICS. B. T. LVSK Publisher Entered at tr.e pojtcffice at Jack on. Mo, as irct'tu-c'.at mauer No nVter 4, 1597. PHONES: Office H- Residence H5 Ttrmi for the HeraM are at follows: fx one year 11.00 li month 50 Three moDthe SU Advertising Rates: locals e p"" Me each inset tu n. Frofeelnnal Carl II per year. Legal Advertisements- Ural rate. Display ad. rates mad known on application. THE MARKET REPORT A. Summarized Report Covering Prevailing Conditions. GRAIN St. Louis. the Wiv.t No. J rnl SI 14 i No. .". rnl I II Hani rt inter. No. i.. . . t or No. 4 winter. 11CW. . . 1 .'' tons No. mixed j No. " mixed 4 ." , No '.' yellow 4 No. .1 jellnw 14 No '.' white ' i No. i white '! No. ? mixed SI No i mixed .'I') j N.. '.' while :!'.' No. 4 white 3'j 1.1 1 No. : Tti Chicago. Wni-No ? spring SI 14 No. :: spring I I" No n il 1 .14 l"'RN No J 4ti 4 No. ? el low 4ti No. '.' ' .!', No. i white .l-'i No. : white So' Kik No : 74 t - I air to choice malting. . .i Kansa...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 5 January 1905

1 CZAR'S MANIFESTO FANS REVOLUTION Rcrc'tition Adopted at Moscow Can t.et Declare Policy Senseless. JEROME INSISTS DODGE HAS MADE NO CONFESSION Siys Tex.in Has Not Yet Given 'Jp Any Valuable Information. FOUR MEN DENY THAT THEY SIGNED THE PRESENTMENT THREE PRISONERS CIVEN CHRISTMAS PARDONS WORST BLIZZARD 1 IN FIFTEEN YEARS Bitter Cold Is Accompanied by a Terrific Wind. St. Petersburg: Russia. It Is f wired, wil' he plunged by the czar's vague arid short ivo manifesto Into a (date ol practical revolution. Libciallsm wid get tens of thousands of recruits fren: classes hitherto devoied to a ietri -t loyalist procedure. The govern ment's concessions to tho peasant workers illustrate a time-honored ex pedient of cznrdom lo divide the agrl mil .ral and Industrial elements from :.h- intellectual classes on wnose in- teii'pence and leadership rest all the hop of the reformers. 7 Ms expedient hitherto so success ful. s likely l.i this Instance to fall. Th thinking pail of the population, bot...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 5 January 1905

Finishing Education. Turkeys for Sale. For fine blue turkeys and Sil ver Spangled Hamhurga call on the undersigned. We have raised this year 124 turkeys from five hens. Arthur Petzoi.dt, Jackson, Mo. Yes. and sometimes it finishes the child. There are too many stud ies crowded in our courses in the hich school departments and there art' too many pupils in the lower departments. Dr. Talmage f.-il.l (Ka in f.JlnuiniT . . , ... ,,. , , . Rev. Carlisle P. B. Martin, L. L. D. 'Think of it! turls of ten ' years studying algebra! Boys Of Wavcrly, Tex., writes: "Of twelve years of age racking their a morning, when first arising, 1 brums over trigonometry! Lhil- 0ften finj a trouhlesoma collec .1- ...:u .k:. urni Uliacuuainieu un in : ui ...i.:i. 1 ., inoiher-tongue crying over their , , . , , . ,. Latin, French and German les- cough and is very hard to dis sonsl All the vivacity of their lodge; but a small quantity of natures beaten out of them by Ballard's Ilorehound Syrup will the heavy b...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 12 January 1905

THE JACKSON B. F. LUSK, Editor. IN THK INTEREST OP TUB PKOPI.K AND THE REPUBLICAN PARTY..- , $1.00 PER YEAR IS ADVANCE VOL. VIII. JACKSON, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JANUARY 12, 1905... ' f ; -SO. i - , - ' ' " ' 1 LOCALS tJUUUULIl HXiJlXXXiJtX M 8 uutjui Wheat 81.05 to-day. Joseph W. Folk delivered his inaugural address Monday. Wanted A good wagon maker. . Apply at this office. Jaa. H. Sawyer returned from his hurt down in Arkansas, Tues day. 50c Bpeare fascinators at 35c at Bruening 4 Kerstner D. G. Co. Judge Jno. A. Snider returned home from Jefferson City last Sat urday. For Sale A good brood mare. Call ft this office. Many of our subscribers are paying up promptly, Let us hear from all. For Sale or Rent Four room house in West Jackson. Apply at this office. Mrs. Lulu Helmkampf and mother, Mrs. Boss, returned from St. Louis last Saturday. Look at the date on your paper and if you are behind kindly let us hear from you. Presiding Elder Ball will preach at Fruitland M. K. church Friday a...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 12 January 1905

JACKSON HkillALD. fctrUBLlCAN IN POLITICS. B F. U:K. 'uMMier Kim-rtJ ; the piwtiifTu-e t Jack, ton. Mo . svcinj c'.ast matter No rilONES: orf n RMletwe 14 Ttto for the He.-.ild are as follows: TVr one je.ir 11.06 Six month? 50 Throe n:nt!i 30 AflvrrKr.g Ha'cs: Ixira' r per Hue each insertion PrnfrMunal Card B per vcar. 4rgil AdvriUnient le-pul rmfo. Plsplay ad rt maJ non en ppMcaMon. THE MARKET REPORT Summanitd Report Cove-.ng Prevailing Condit-ni. GRAIN St. Louis. the i! o - - V s ?l IT',- No r. rod 1 1? lfar.1 winter. N. .... l.1'."j Niv 4 wintor. u-w... . ;.n4 Cncx No. .' niiMil 44 V No. luivoil 44 No. ; wil.nv 4.". No .t y.'ltitt. 44 'm ' No lute 44 ;y No. 3 white 44 Ha i. No. .' iinxo-1 TJ No :; mixed 'II " No. : white 33 'i X.v 4 white Hi :- No. ; 'J Chicago. Whkh No ? -.priinr No. .1 -.priii:: 1 l- No red 1 ( K No 44 Xo. .!:.. it i i Xo J '.".i Xo. . white :;;'4 No. 1 white T! T.M- Xo. TS lAl;l i. l-'asr to t-ho'u-c tiialtin-. . . 4t Kansas City. Wiifai No. hard SI 0 No. :, 1...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 12 January 1905

ASKS INQUIRY INTO MORTONS RECORD CZAR'S COUNCIL DECIDES TO CONTINUE WAR To Send 200.000 More Troops to Kuro patkin by February's Close. COLORADO LEGISLATURE HOLDS STORMY JOINT. SESSION TWENTY HURT IN KATY FLYER WRECK RUSSIANS ACCEPT REVERSE STOICALLY - Anticipated Decronwtrat.ons in Ruts a Fail to Materialize. Representative Baker Introduce Reso lutions Looking to Investigation. Washington: Hasina; tiin action on rncnl evidence before the Interstate Commission, concerning rebates on the Atchison. Topcka anrt Santa Fe Railroad, while Mr. Morion was its traffic manager. Representative Baker of Brooklyn borough Wednesday In troduced two resolutions looking to tbe Investigation and prosecution of the Secretary of the Navy. Tbey were referred to Hie House Committee on Judiciary, where they are likely to remain s.im- time. Id spile of Mr. Baker's expressed inten tion to keep the subject alive until some action Is taken. One resolution recite the judicial opinion of Judge Uaynor to the eff...

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 January 1905

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