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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 21 December 1905

KING OF AIL LINIMENTS CUM RHZUMATISM AND ALL PAD! m. m U 11 f erir ti, cmtmoti wiioiii, eeaaiMi? I. aWWa)e, tMUUlM, A al& WUMItlWII e MMMMf Itlf, MCA ntlS REMAJUIAELE CURE "I Much afflicted with rheumatism, WrltrS Ed. C. Nud, IowarilJe, Sedgwick Co., KaouM, "coiD( boat on cratches and sufiering a great deal of paio. I wu induce U try Ballard'i Snow Uaiment, which cured ne, aftet asine three 50c bottle. IT IS TUB CRBATBST UXIMBNT I EVER USED; here rec cm me tided it to a camber ef person, all espreee themMlrea a beins; benefited by h. I mow walk wit hon t cratches, and am able to perform great deal of light labor oa the para." THREE SIZES: 25c 50e AND $1.00 BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO. ST. LOUD, U ft. A. think your answer was oorrect, or answered aa correspondent should answer each other, that can judge the matter. My item was thus: "Would like to hoar from Fruiland in regard to foot ball." Are you the only man in Fruitlnnd? If you did not get the foot-ball what possessed you to ans...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 28 December 1905

Tme Jackson Herald VOL. IX. JACKSON. MISSOURI, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 28, V.m. iNO. 7 Lap Robes and Horse Blankets a fine assortment. Come at once. D. KLEIN. LOCALS : Wheat 83c to-day. Fred LaPiorre was home for Christmas. Lota at Schumor Springs will be WO after Jan. 1. It will pay you to bring your turkey 8 to (J. Miltenberger & Co., Jackson, Mo. Good iota are being picked up at Schumer Springs rapidly. Rev. Mr, McNanama of Marble Hill waa in Jackson over Sunday. Harvey Jones of Fredericktown spent Christmas in Jackson. I)r, D. E. Sawyer and wife of Sikeston, are visiting the family of R. M. Sawyer thiH week. Remember the bale at Morgan A Kanne'y's. All hats to bo sold t oust. "Cicero Sadler and wife of Per ryville are visiting with the fami ly of Hollas Sadler this week. 8. M. McAtee and family and Albert Mueller and wife spent Christmas at Fredericktown. A new svipply of school station ry, such as tablets, pencils, etc., t W. A. Trickey's drug store. Mr. J. V. McCombs, Sr., took...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 28 December 1905

It. F. I.ffK, Publisher. JACKSON MISSOURI. Science has discovered icveral new kinds of mosquitoes but no teed (or them. Jnpnn's "Protectorate" over Korea will be exorcised firmly, but with the utmost politeness. London would appreciate It If some one would furnish a job to its army of unemployed workmen. The announcement that the Chinese emperor Intends to travel should be coupled with "if ma Is ngreeatile." Mrs. Tnggnrt has been Interviewed again. Oh, drop the Tagnrt business. There bus been too much of It nlready. "Lovely millinery confections" are advertised for only (LS. Wo don't ehooso any. Plain hats are good en ough. Th divinity that doth hedge a 1;ing didn't keep King lMward from the pain and inconvenience of a sprain ed ankle. Fmnll diamonds are In fashion this reason. Hubby hasn't much money left after laying in his supply of black diamonds. New York's 400 has been reduced to 79, leaving 321 persons whoso solo claim to social fame Is that they are In the bas been class. It...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 28 December 1905

C&MO MW . fir CHARLES MORRIS DUTLER, Copyright 1(02, by Charles Morris Butler. CHAPTER XVII. Ths First Night In the Convict City. John Rogers and Richard Golden led the way toward tho well-lit build ing; In tho center of the city. "What relation are you to Golden T" asked Wilson of I-ang. "No relation," answered Lang. "How is it you appear to hare power to Influence Golden for good? I feel that Golden Is a better man now than before he met you." "I saved bis life," was Lang's simple answer. "Why did you interfere In my be half?" was tho grateful question of WilHon. "My sense of Justice. Could I stand Idly by and see a human being torn to pieces by dogs, when I might save tolm?" "What do you think of your chances now? You understand In what danirer you have placed yourself by aiding me?" "Oh, my chances arc nil right. Gol den has an object in view In keeping me alive and I mean to keep you alive! Now that I linve seen your face, I have an idea that you and I can mil pretty well t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 28 December 1905

Jackson Heuald. RKPUBLICAN IN POLITICS. B F. LUSK. ... l'l BLIPIIKH Rntrrrc at III u.ml..tll.-e at U.'llil M . i-inil-Mi4H nirtitf r .Nnv.-nihrr 4. 10. . Torim for Mi' low: ir one y' ir. Six in .ni li!" Three tnmll)!. . ).- It lOlli'l'V II khM H arc as fol- (I 1.1)1! ,."ii :to T E E D I M E 1 1 i Hi 1 AnvKKTisis.i It M i:: 1..-iiN r.r p-rlii ..ehm-eHl..). I'rol.'sMun..! ('irl r lT V. nr. Ueit.ll Adv.'Mi-i-ni.MitM-U-Kalr.it.-M. I)i.!i.ynlnucs nin'lo known nn application. experienced farmet has ljarned that some trains require fr clifTcr cnt soil than clhera ; some crop: need Iiflr tr.th.indiir.g t'.inn others, lie Lnuws that a treat J jicnds upon rif.bt t :a;.;;i!K at the right a.-.d that the r.oil j n.i.:.i Lc !.ej-t enrichi:!. IACKSON. Mil. HKC.-JX. 'io.-, Thk canal appropriation bill has been unanimously passed by the senate. The spirit of our Jackson peo ple should be Jackson first and other places next. If you think the Herald is worth a dollar a year to you we will be glad to p...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 28 December 1905

Additional Locals. Mr. Hoy Halliburton is visiting in Jackson. F. W. Klbrecht is acting col lector this week. Chas. Brown of Oak Ridge was in town yesterday. Col. Molntire and wife are isiting Mrs. Mclntire's mother. Major Guess is spending Christmus nt his home in Ken tucky. Our old friend J. C. Miller of Millerville gave us a call yester day. Mr. Chas. Dixon of St. Louis is visiting the family of Mr. Joe Williams. Misses Hazel and Amy Nell Henderson are visiting in Sikea ton this week. J. A. Vogel and Henry Risen bichler of Pocahontas made our office a visit yesterday. Albert Beh r en 8 is spending Christmas with Mr. Lee Mitchell and others in Farmington. Miss Mary Bernice Williams entertained at her home last evening. A good time was had by all. Ex-Treasurer C. E. Williams is making a canvass of the business men and citizens of Jackson with a view to organizing a Building A Loan Association. This is an institution very much needed by the town at this time, as it would assist very...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 28 December 1905

liilM!iiii 1 -v jt A Little Farm Well Yilled. It Is stated (lint slnre 1000 the porm Intion of Iowa hns ilorroascd two per tent nnd thnt tho renson Is oonsolldn tlon of farms to appease tlie greed f ir more land, which has grown upon 1 inny farmers whoso rrops havo born j.lmndant during tho past few years. Wo have previously alluded to this subject, hut did not Inittplne thai it was so .serious as this. It nienns, per haps, that great farms are forming nnd that small farms are being ab sorbed and their owners driven to take up new land In the Northwest cr else where or to rent land In their homo stnte from tho very men who are mak ing landlords of themselves. This is a sorry state of affairs, compared with the old regime when eaeh farmer ow ned his "eighty" or "quarter sec tion" and was content therewith end pave It .such good nttontlon within h's means and facilities that It brought forth abundantly and fully supplied tho needs of himself and family. To be sure tho disposition of t...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 28 December 1905

V 1 Hard Work and Long Lift. Almost every one with a generous acquaintance can recall Instances Id which hard work and length of dayi have existed amicably together There Is amall doubt but that to work hard and 'Cheerfully meant tc work and live long. Ancient Russian Costume. The old local costumes are still worn In many parts of Russia. There la great varloty In them, but rich em broidery and an Imposing head-dress of soma sort are common to all. THE OLD-MONK-CURE St Jacobs Oil has traveled round the world, and everywhere human Aches and Pains I have welcomed It and blest It for a cure. Prlc. 95c. and 50c. i m AVf getable Preparationfbr As similating mctooaanaucRi ling iheStomacte andDowcl: Promotes DigeslionClveerfur ness and Rest .Contains neiller Opium.Morphine norHmcraL Not arc otic. MuuSJm- MaVsaJM- Aperfecl Remedy for Cons lipa Tion . So ur S lotnach , D iarrhoea Vforms .Convulsions .Fevemh ness and Loss of SLEEP. facsimile Siflnnlure of NEW' YORK. EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER, It ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 28 December 1905

THE JOY OF LIVING CA!t BI rCIXT RRA.UZEU WHE1C TOO ENJOY GOOD HEALTH The Popular Liver Medicine Will Keep You Well A GUARANTEED CURE for all disease produced by TOR PID LIVER and IMPURE BLOOD. Do not fill your system with Anenic Calomel and Quinine. They act as rank poisons which vitiate the blood, debilitate the system, and leave a trad of bad symptoms which require years to obliterate. HERB INE is purely veeetable and contains no mineral or narcotio poisons, is absolutely harmless and is the simple remedy of nature. It carries off all poison in the systom and leaves no injurious effects. CURED BT HERBINE AFTER OTHER REMEDIES FAILED Mr. I,. A. Hicks, Iredell, Texas, pays: " I w sick in bed for eight months with liver trouble, the doctor seemed to do me no good. I was told to try Herbine, and it cured me in a short time. I cannot recommend this wonderful medicine too highly." TAKE IT NOW! LARGE BOTTLE, 50c GET THE GENUINE Ballard Snow Liniment Co. ST. LOUIS, U. S. A. SOLD AND RECOMM...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 4 January 1906

MO.fouu ntf Jackson Meealp, VOL. IX. JACKSON. MISSOURI, THUHSDAY, JANUARY 4, IMG. iG. 8 Lap Robes and Horse Blankets a fine assortment. Come at once. D. KLEIN.. TffDE LOCALS j! Wheat 83c to-day. We now write 1906. Circuit court is in session this week. If you want your turn to come son, get shaved Saturday morn ing, when the barbers are not busy. 4-1 F. F. Tuck is again buying .and selling horses and mules. A nice assortment of Jap robes Mt Klein's. If you want a good lunch go to Durrell Criddle on Main street. Born, to Rev, Williams and iife of Jackson, Dec. 29th, a girl. Klein's is the place for wagon aand buggy harness and saddles. Jesse Criddle, for forgery, was ' jjp'vjMJ live years in the peniten tiary. A. E. Pointset is in Jackson this week serving on the petit A new supply of school station ary, such as tablets, pencils, etc., At W. A. Trickey's drug store. Corn, to Ceo. Reynolds and wife, near Jackson, Dec. 29th, a .fine boy. Mr. J. W. Strong and wife of Allenville, had bus...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 4 January 1906

Ok Sqclison Qcrafo. n. r. ia us, publisher. JACKSON MlSSOtRI. World's Finest Railway Station If It Is true that the Grand Ouke Boris struck the czar, It was probably enly fur a loan. The Itinerary of that International fleet roads like one of St. Paul's cele brated sea voyages. Was It In Rood taste to mention a pup In connection with Edna May's matrimonial speculations? As an old experienced hand the sul tan should he able to judRe when an ultimatum Is really ultimate. It appears to be a cinch that the duke of Manchester will never get any the better of his papa-in-law. It om;lit to bo some comfort to Corea to know that It will not have to bother its little head about its future. V.'e never expected to live to see the phrase "The Hovs Terry and Alexander'' in the purist New York Sun. This dispute between the sultan and the powers Is bringing our old friend Toothpick I'nsha Into public view again. Although death does not nlways liquidate a man's debts. It dispenses with the services ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 4 January 1906

Woman in Snakesklna. Won (1 org In dress never cense. The 'anaconda snake Ib to oust the beaver. Thin snakeskln In the newest novelty In the dress ot women motorists. At present there Is only one anaconda akin cont in existence, and its in ventor, Mr. Qanner, proudly showed It to a reporter ta London, the other day. It was an dopant production, three quarter length, in delicate shades ot cream color and brown, with cuffs, col lar and revers ot beaver fur, and lined with brown satin. "Although anaconda skin Is not dif ficult to obtain," said the inventor of the coat, "tlio matching of sufficient skins Is the great difficulty. The coat Is made of four skins, and one of the most attractive points In its favor is In Its extreme lightness. "Anaconda M;ln is as flexible and soft as broadtail, and Its durability is practically everlasting. Its bright and scaly surface is never duller, and will never wear out. "It is several degrees warmer than any known fur, and as a trimming anaconda skin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 4 January 1906

Jackson Herald. RcrVBUCAN IS POLITICS . B F. LUSK l'l-BMPHKR Rnt-erer lit the poatofftee at JeKon. Mo. a eonl-elB matter NoYember 4. IC97. Terms for Mm Ukkald urc asfol 'own: For "tie vc ir $l.f0 flir nn.ntlis SO Three months 3(1 , ROdenee . MS 142 Aovuktisino H TKS : LitcsNtlc per lint- crich inserifnn. I'mfesntnnnl Cirri T yenr. Lob.i1 Advertive mnU lejj.il rate. litu!H,va'l rates made known on application. 1ACKSON. MO., .IAN. 1. imwi. This fall there will be another flection. All county officers are to be elected this fall except Common Pleas Judge and Assessor. The valuation of Missouri for taxation is 1 ,358.000,000. In 1SK)5 St. Louis had more property subject to taxation than the en tire State of Missouri had in 1867. We learn that the County Poul try Show at Gordonville, Dec. 25 -27, made a good showing, and its management was well satis fied with the success of the show. For you people wno are easily surprised we will tell you that the man who paid the largest tax on notes ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 4 January 1906

A Guaranteed Cure for Piles Itching," Blind, Bleeding, Pro truding Piles. Druggists are authorized to refund money if Pazo Ointment fails to cure in 6 to 14 days. 50c. Night Service on the Frisco Be tween St Louis and Memphis. Beginning November 10th an additional train with through sleeping car and coach waa placed in service between St. Louis and Memph.H, via River Division of the Frisco. The southbound train will leave St. Louis at 11:45 a. m., and the northbound train will leave Mem phis at 6:40 p. m. and arrive at tit. Louis at 6:50 a. m. MARKET KKPOItT. CorrociPil Weekly. Kluur, r twt limn, per cwt .WO Kliipstuff 1.1H Conmieul, per bii "." Corn 45 Oati 40 Votatoen, Irish HO Hay IVrfOO Cattle 2(a3 Hog, gross 4J Ird Tllow 3i Hncon 8 uuuldera 5' Ham Hide (green) h Beeswax i"i Wool 28 Feathers 40 Hens '. ''' Hprln chickens tl Turkeys . .Ducks 8 ieese Hutter 1 Kggs..... 20 Millerville LLC. and High School Notes. To Cure a Cold in One Day. Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All dr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 4 January 1906

if cmm asmm fir CHARLES MORRIS BUTLER. Copyright 1001. by Charles Morris Batlcr. CHAPTER XVIII. The Auction of Women. Aftpr the noise had somewhat sub sided and order had been restored, the crier announced that an nllotment of women would then tako place. As was the usual custom, upon the arrival of marriageable females into the community, ballotting for the priv ilege of claiming a mate was about to 'take place. As explained by the crier tliero were olghty-throo men who had registered their Intention of competing for a wife. The mode of procedure was ivery simple; Into a basket were .placed as many slips of paper ns there were competitors; but as there were but twenty women, so also there were but twenty numbers, the balance nolr.g iblanks. The numbered tickets alone Jtave the holder privilege of choosing Bils mate. The women eou'd refuse to (marry the person who asked for their jband only by accepting some other person. The mutter of choice, then, was slightly limited, and often l...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 4 January 1906

Had Bern Excuse. "fa thla man a mnnlnr?" AalrAi. tr court on Saturday. "I don't know," was the reply ot an applicant for a uminom, "but I understand n Is married." London Telegraph. Saved Boy Thres Times. A cuBtom-bouse ofllccr at Yarmouth, England, the other day saved the life of a boy who had got off a quay Into the sea, and found ho was a boy whose life he had saved In a similar manner twice before. SEVEN YEARS AGO. A Rochester Chemist Found a Singu larly Effective Medicine. William A. Franklin, of the Frank lin ft Palmer Chemical Co., Roches ter, N. Y., writes: "Seven years ago I wna suffer ing very much through the fall tire of the kidneys to eliminate the uric acid from my system. My hack was very lame nti'l ached If I overexerted myself in the least de gree. At times 1 was weighed down with a feeling of languor and depres sion nnd Buffered continually from annoying Irregularities of the kidney secretion!). I procured a box of Doan'a Kidney Tills and hegani using them. I found...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 4 January 1906

PERMANENTLY CURES CONSUMPTION, COUOHB, COLD. BONCHtTI ABTHMA, BOItK THRO A T, HOAKBXNSBB DO NOT DELAY Until thm itrmtn nn vour avatam nredueea Dermanent disability. The human breathing machinery it a wonderful system of tubal and call. To hart good hsalth it must ba kapt in good ordar. A COLD it considered of no Impor tance, yet if it wu known by it' a proper nam of "throat inflammation.'' or "congestion of the lung," it dangerous character would be appre- l ciatad. When a cold makes its appearance us at one Ballar4'S Here- ' aean4 Syra which will tpeedilv overcome it WHOOP1NO COUOH and CROUP Require Prompt Action. SNOW LINIMENT applied to the throat and chest gives wonderful relief, while Ballard's Horahound Syrup will rapidly stop the violent paroxysms of a. IT IS THE ONLY COUCH KtMLDT T fl POSITIVELY CURE WHOOPINO COUOH coughing REMEDY THAT AND CROUP. WILL BEST FOR CHILDREN Mrs. Maud Adams. OoMthwalta, Ti., writ: 'I have M4 Ballard's Horchound Brrup and and It th BKS'P modlcln fo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 11 January 1906

THE JACKSON IMlElSALlD), VOL. IX. JACKSON. MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JANUARY II, 190(5. NO. 1) Lap Robes and Horse Blankets a fine assortment. Come at once. D. KLEIN. 9 LOCALS I Wheat 83c to-day. If you want your turn to come uuun, get shaved Saturday morn ing, when the barbers aro not busy. 4-1 J. O. Belmur is again without a horse, lie had another one to lie a few days ago. For Sale One good coal stove and one good wood stove ; cheap. Apply at this office. Ne, 43 drew the doll Haas Kinger., the Jeweler, offered. Dr. S. 12. Woods was the winner. For Salo Four town lots in a good residence part of Jackson. Apply at this office, 3-1 The local in last week's Her ald should have read Ren Wil liams instead of Rev. Williams. W welcome the Ellington Press as a now exchange on our list. It is a newsy, well edited paper. The residence of Mr. Weinhold of Frohna, Perry county, was entirelv destroyed by fire last week. Mrs. Rachel Quade went to St Louis last week to visit her daughter and son-in-law...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 11 January 1906

"Oinm ntgnt, and pleasant dreams!" TARE TIME TO BMILE said Pearl. m VWMTMb iT CHARLES Copyright 105, by CHAPTER XIX. First Night In the Haunted House. The interior of the "Haunted House," with tho exception of the front room, was In fair order. Thero were six room In all, quite comfort ably furnished; and the kitchen was well stocked with utensils and pro visions. Upon entering the place the first thing to do was to light the lamps In every room; then to open up the prison door and allow Dr. Huntington nd his daughter to remain a while in conversation. While these two were Ponsollng. Long and Wilson explored the house. "Wilton," said I-nng, after satisfy ing himself that there was no one within hearing. "Yun understand why I mnrrled Fcarl Huntington. I mar ried her because I wished to keep rier from tho hands of Schiller, and to protect her fro insult. Have I acted the man?" "You certainly have, Lang," said Wilson. "If I have done right, I want jour kelp to continue to do so. In ord...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 11 January 1906

No Equal. Of the great cities of the world, Berlin Is the best managed. Others may surpass It In beauty. In charm, In artistic Interest; but for an admin istrative control and regulation at once enlightened and cautious Its equal Is not to be found. Sidney Low. Tree of Life, Tho "Yggdrat.ll" exists only In Scan dinavian mythology, as a Tree of Life. It Is called from Odin's name "Yggr" (the deep thinker) and "drnsil"' (ranter), and means the Bearer or Manlfester of God. A Heavy Load to Carry. Along with dyspepsia come nervous noss and general Ill-health. Why? He cause a disordered, stomach does riot per mit thn food to bu properly digested, and IU product assimilated by thn system. Thn blood Is charged with poisons which come from thin disordered rilKfstion. and In turn tlm nerves are not fed on good, red lilood, and wo nee, symptoms of new misneas. sleeplessness and general break down. It Is not head work, nor over phy sical exertion tlilit does it. but poor stom ach work. With poo...

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