Resolution of jpgs in Acrobat Pro 9

I am very new to Adobe Acrobat Pro 9
I have scans of very old genealogy documents, some of which have been scanned at low resolutions.
I want to use Acrobat to consolidate these scans into a lesser nunber of PDFs.
However, there is a noticable loss of sharpness, particularly with the poorer scans.  I can't find where to set "hi res" or similar.
Can someone help?
Regards
Doug

Hi Peter,
The files are jpgs of documents held by an Australian Government Archive.  They are quickly handwritten war records, which have deteriorated over time.
They have been scanned at 96 dpi.or less
I'm beginning to think that Adobe doesn't offer variables qualities for jpgs.  Am I wrong?
Here is an example jpg image
Regards
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