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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 11 January 1906

Jackson Herald. REPUBLICAN IN POLITIC J. B F. LUSK. , PUBLIHHKK Rntrrec at th ixwtnUIre Mt .lui-k-nn. weond-Pliim mutter Niinibir 4. 11 Mo. Terms for the IIkhalp :nws: T it one V""iT Six months Three months K "Oil arc as fnl- Ht.nn so 30 l A nvK.KTi!i Umkh: Local tic per Urn- each insert i . i. Professional f'ir.1 ner vear. L-eml Adverti-e- ncit - lt ir:il r;itos4. Dismay nl rates ma !' Known "ti application. fACKSON. MO., JAN. 11. lix ii The time to find the greatest number of'pormen is when" the aesPor calls. JT!9 J as. A. Abernathy, prosecut ing attorney of St. Francois county, died in Farmington last week. The people all over the coun try have deoided that they must be consulted as to who serve "them in offie. Dictation does pot go. As to the remarks made by the Herald a few weeks ago about taxes, we have the records to back us. Don't take our word, but go see the books. Don't be fooled; whenever the Jackson Herald publishes any thing for truth, whether it be about taxes or anyt...

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. — 11 January 1906

To Cure a Cold in One Day. Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All druggiHts refund the money if it fails to cure. E. W. Groves'a signature is on each box. 25c. Night Service on the Frisco Be tween St. louit and Memphis. Beginning November 19th an additional train with through Bleeping car and coach wiih placed in service between St. Ijouis and Memphis, via Kivor Divibion of the FriHco. The Houthbound train will leave St. Louis at 11:45 a. m., and the northbound train will leave Mem phis at 5:40 p. m. and arrive at .St. Louis at 0:50 a. m. makkkFjIkPort. Corrected Wei'kly. Flour, i.errwt, f.I.(tO(f 3.2(1 Hrari, per cwt .IH) NliipstulT l.0 Cornmeul, r bu J5 Corn ? Onta 40 l'otatocn, Ii IhIi 00 Hay 35wiO Cattle 2.r3 Hogs, glOSK 41 Ird Tallow liacon ?iniUllt-r Hani Hide(Krtfn) Keeiwax Wool Feather lleim ' Spring cliickrua Turkey Ducka ieene flutter KKR H ... .V, H i 2H 40 H ' ' ...Hil. H KILLthi couch and CURE thk LUNC8 WITH Dr. tine's Hon Discovory FOR (J 0NSUMPTI0N PriN OUOrllaaa (O...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 11 January 1906

It. F. Link, Publisher. JACKSON. MISSOl'KI. Wtint a iong time it has bpcn since ve linvo had any live news from Man-cburla! 80 unsettled Is Europe Just now that even old Father Tiber Joins In the general uprising. , A tniRt has begun to gobble up tbe New York bnrber shops. This Is the most unklndost nit of all. Iet is hope thai Russian students vrlll not construe liberty as license and go to playing football. Though all tho world may say that beautifying Is absurd, the sight of one pretty woman will deny It. Hetty Green mny he the richest womnn in America, but most girls would rather be Maxlne Klllott. When tho emperor of Korea wants to do a little ruling nowadays he has to be content with ruling his temper. The profit of the Vnlted States mint service for the year is I3,2S9,01, which represents considerable many juleps. Korea Is to have a Japanese gov ernor, but tho natives of Korea will be permitted to keep on doing tho heavy work. Mr. Fitzslmmons calls Mr. O'Brien a "Jumping Jaek...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 11 January 1906

Few Win at Monte Carlo ffl Plungers Welcomed at This Paradise of the Gambler on the Mediterranean S:a Inexpensive Lace Blouses. Lace blouses and coats come In many varieties, tbo cluny lace being one of tbo most serviceable and popu lar. A real cluny of allover pattern cannot be bought for less than $50. but the Imitation, which Is also a linen lace, with good wearing and washing qualities Is being put out by the shops In prices as low as (12. Some of these are made of strips of Insertion, and one managed by a clever little dress maker, bad the two middle strips of the lace shortened enough to make a little squaro neck opening. She lined the luce with chiffon and a chiffon high band collar and dickey made with flno tucks went with It. Most of the new lace blouses for any wear whatsoever have elbow sleeves, and to fill these out the thin chiffon and orgnndie tinderaleevcs are In great demand. There is no great attempt tnado to match them, and under loeves trimmed with one kind of lac...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 11 January 1906

KINO OF ALL CURIS RHEUMATISM AND ALL PAIN aw mm awuasLOia, stasias, auTt, aauista, euavs. ichm, TIFF JOINTS, AMKILft. OOffM rttT.OMMS. MNHMI, OHILBLAm, MD READ THIS REMARKABLE CURE "X was ranch afflicted with tbf umatUm, writea Ed. C. Nod, Iowaville, Sedgwick Co., Kansas, "going boat on crutches and suffering a great deal of pain. I was induced to try Ballard's Snow Liniment, which cured me, after asing three 50c bottles. IT IS TUB GREATEST LINIMENT I KVBR USED; hare rec ommended it to a number of persons, all ezprese themselves as being benefited by it. I now walk without crotches, and am able to perform great deal of light labor on the farm." THREE SIZES: 25c, 50c AND $1.00 BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO. ST. LOUIS. U S. A. IOLO AND RECOMMENDED BY DR. S. E. WOODS. From Our Exchanges. A shoo factory may bo estab lished at the Cape. The Cape now lias electric street cars. H. T. Taylor and Martha Beeohor were married at Sawyer Dec.!). They were uf age. The gro.im is 0o years old and the br...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 18 January 1906

The Jackson Herald, JACKSON. MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, 1D0. VOL. IX. NO. 10 Lap Robes and Horse Blankets a fine assortment. Come at once. D. KLEIN. v rs mnnmnrtt a 5 b 5 5 mr r; m v w . - w Wheat 83c to-day. Judo-e .1. B. Miller and C. B. Milter went to Garvin Tuesday. I J. F. Baker of Whitewater had business at Jackson last Friday. If you want your turn to come tmun, get shaved Saturday morn ing, when the barbers are not busy.. 4-1 Pleasant Snider and K. L. Hope went to Garvin, Indian Territory, Tuesday. O. Miltenberger went to St. Louis last week, returning Tues day. Klein's is the place for wagon and buggy harness and saddles. A. R. Byrd and wife will leave this week for a few months' visit am Texas. Mr. Linn Rariden of the J. M. A., is on the flick list. Also Lee Mitchell and Ben Holly. Dr. Wm. Keihne of Jackson faaa been sick for some weeks past, but is getting better. For Sale One good coal stove and one good wood stove; cheap Apply at this office. C. T. Jones a prospero...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 18 January 1906

C(iW(i'Cmi UK CHARLES Copyright 1905, by CHAPTER XX. 1 Lang Condemned to Floht a Duel Alter a few short hours of rest, Wil- on ana Lang arose refreshed. With fean a neip the twain managed to care bp sufficient food, easily pre- pereo, which answered for breakfast. "With the Intention of giving no visible excuse to Schiller for further punish nent, and realizing that nrnmntnMi a reporting; for duty was essential if Kney expected leniency", they hunted ogers up and gave themselves In (charge. Rogers conducted Lang and Wilson no a cabin built in the side of the mountain, 6ituated in the north cor kier of the village. This was the en trance to the shaft leading into the tieart of the mountain. The mines wero practically only a tunnel about raw yards long by 30 feet wide and 30 foet high nt its highest point, fcoardod up roughly, to keep the earth from crumbling In and filling the apace. Over a kundred men worked in this place. Some of these prisoners liad never seen the light of day sin...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 18 January 1906

DON'T DESPAIR. Read the Experience cf a Minnesota Woman and Take Heart. If your backache ache, and you feel ilck, languid, weak and miserable da; after day don't wor ry. Doan's Kidney Pills have cured thou sands of women In the -ame condition. Mra. I A. Helman of Stillwa ter, Minn., fays: "But I for Doan'B Kidney Pills I would not be living now. They cured me In 1899 and I've been well elnce. I used to have such pain In my back that once I fainted. The kidney se cretions were much disordered, and I was so far gone that I was thought to be at death's door. Since Doan's Kid ney Pills cured me I feel as if I had been pulled back from the tomb." Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. Parcels Lost on English Railways. Returns of the railway clearing house bIiow that 1.000 parrels a day are lost on the railways of the Jnlted Kingdom. I Cures Cancer, Blood Poison and Scrofula, If you have blood poison producing eruptions, pimples, ulcers, swollen r lands, b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 18 January 1906

Jackson Herald. RBrrBMCAN IN POLITIC. B V. LUSK. .'BU8IIKK Kntrrc at th pontoflW t J.-lion Mo. ti ronil-i-lHm uillr NoTmber. n.. Torni! for t lif Mkkai.d rc asfol ' n w: F ir imo V'.ir Six months Tli roo nr nit lis .50 .,10 Offl K?l'li,ne AlWKKTISISO Hviks: l.oellls tic rer line ciu-h iimertlo'i. rn'li'si-i'iiiiil C ud " it year. Leiril AdvortiM- lll-llM -lrlT.ll r.ltl'lS. ItiKllHY.!'l lilt" - nia lf known mi application. I I IK above picture of tit niiiii mill fish is the trmle niiirk of Scott's Km u Ision, ninl is the svnonvm for strength Mini purity. It is sold in almost all the civilized coun tries of the globe. If the roil fish became extinct it would le u world-wide calam ity, lurause the oil t lint comes from its liver surpasses nil other fats in nourishing mid life-ftivin projiertieu. Thirty yetti'H ugo the proprietors of Scott's Emul sion found a way of preparing cod liver oil so that everyone can take it and fret the full value of tlK oil without the objectionable taste. S...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 18 January 1906

VOTMGJSONTEST The Hkiiald will conduct the greatest thing of the kind ever attempted in Cape Oirardcuu County. WATCH FOR OUR NEXT WEEK'S ANNOUNCEMENT Many valuable prizes amounting to hundreds of 11 4. Uoiiars are to im j;iviii 10 our popular girls. Next week the IIkrald will publish full particulars in regard to a popular voting contest which , hau been inaugurated. All de- tailH will be complete and the rules governing the giving of a handsome piano, supplemented by a list of valuable pri7.es will be given next week. The Hkrai.d wishes every man, woman and child in Cape Girardeau county to familiarize themselves with the rules governing the contest. The rules are next in importance to the giving of the prizes, for in the strict adherence to them lies the preservation of the Hkkald's good name, which we have work ed hard for years to establish. The object of this contest is to introduce this paper into as many families as possible. There is no secret or mystery about it. The editor...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 18 January 1906

11. K. lA HH, Publisher. JACKSON MISSOURI. A couple In Ohio wore mnrrtcd it) throe languages, but they could be ill forced In one. A Camden chemist announces a recipe for turning silver Into lioltl May be a hair dye. ' It wouldn't be a Dr. Osier theory If It did not run counter to the gen eral Bcntinient of mankind. If GrU. Sollognb niakos a name for himself In his new position. It ought to be a better one than he has now. They are to have a whipping post In the District of Columbia. No. not for boodling senators Just for wife beat ers. Korea testifies that the yellow peril Is real. Ro-ng a yellow nation Itself, It thinks It ought to be an unpre judiced judge. It must make a horny-handed son of toil feel a bit queer to find himself addressed as the Right Honorable John Burns. In the face of existing prejudice against the steel ring. It Is llkelv to be hard work to revive popular Interest in the hoop skirt. A dancing school Is to be added to the University of Chicago. At last the dan...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 18 January 1906

PTf YEAR ONE OF GREAT PROSPERITY All Records Broken by the Harvests, Manufactures and Commerce of the GOWNS OF THE, MOMENT United States. j Colors to Suit Complexion. I Tha brunette, genuine, dark eyed Mark haired, and of good color, Is not p difficult type to deal with, given a fcood complexion and almost every col or Is hers, brown hair harmonizing with almost every shade. Black la sel dom becoming to this type, but she can wear cream, Ivory, yellow, Indian red, claret, cardinal, deep and pale blue, golden brown, fawn, putty color, tans, coral pink, rose pink, old rose, terra cotta, and silver gray. Pale ;reen, white, palo blue, and yellow may be safely chosen for evening wear. The fair brunette, she of dark hair and eyes of blue, blue gray, or violet, must uso discretion In choosing her colors. No strong, vivid tints for her nothing. In fact, that will destroy the delicate tints of her skin. This loes not mean that neutral tone hould be selected, but that delicate Kbadeg of the c...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 18 January 1906

From Oriole. Hello to the Hkk.vi.h man! Christinas has come and gone; New Yenr's has come and 1 have come, wishing you and your many readers a happy and suc cessful year. News here that would be im portant is scarce in this locality. A dull Christmas and a very dull New Year's, although health is good. No deaths in thia vicin ity as far as I know of. One marriage, one birth, one fight, two or three drunks, one or two dances. little visiting.and very iittle harm done and not muchj jjood, either, I Mr. P.rad Seott went to the, Soldiers' Home. Maud Pierce begged her mother Two-of the Frisco' civil engin eers are making the surveys for the sidetracks and the line to the river, men and teams are engag ed in getting out and hauling stone for the foundation and oth ers are putting in a lime kiln and blasting stone to make lime. The work has commenced and the veneering plant is here. The plant is to be in operation in 00 days. Garvin Graphic. To Cure a Colif in One Day. Take Laxative Bromo ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 25 January 1906

1mprn !rr. r The Jackson Mekalp, VOL. IX. JACKSON. MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JANUARY 2S, HMMi. NO. II Lap Robes and Horse Blankets a fine assortment. Come at once. D. KLEIN. : LOCALS 3 jl tpfloflapftnafljLaj.iUUUJU.aJ Wheat 83c to-day. Hal Tuck, Sr., is on tho sick list. Go to Reehan A Abraham's for bargain. If you want your turn to come soon, get shaved Saturday morn ing, when the barbers are not busy. 4"! Peter Lehner and Fred Schoen of Pocahontas, were in the city Monday. Kvery day is a bargain day at fteehun & Abraham a. Carl Wallace tells us he is doing a good business selling Berk shires. Are you looking for bargains in buggies? Call at Klein's. Read the rules of our Popuhir Voting Contest in this week's Herald. Three buggies slightly dam aged at a bargain. P. Ki.KIn's. Horn, to Mr. and Mrs. August l'riedejirks, Saturday, Jan. 20th, :i daughter. All kinds of country produce bought at Reehan Jfc Abraham's. The young folks had a surprise party at the home of C. Steel, Saturday nig...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 25 January 1906

11. V. Li hk, Publisher. 1ACKSON MlSSOlKI It would be quite a Joke oj Trot. O'Urlva should Trot JcffrUs recon sider. The omcrKonrlcs that never turn up nre the ones we ulways feel abla o cope Willi, Mr. Harrlmnn snys he Is not n phil anthropist, and yet no one seems diE posed to take Issue with bim. May Yoho wants n divorce from Putty Stronp. In other words, May finds It Impossible to etay Put. In many respects Santo Domlnjso Is delightful country. Its only serious defect Is the quality of its inhabi tants. Before marrlapo a girl talks about how often her betrothed writes. Afterward she talks about woman's rights. In St. Paul It. has been decided that a kiss Is not a caress but an assault. It Bhows what a bracing winter cli mate will do. Jacob II. Schlff, the New York hanker, pave his cook, Lena, l.vono for a Chrls'mns present. Mr. Scbiff's cook will stay. After this the Vntted States Steel corporation should Insist that its pres ident's pay envelope be sent straight home to his wif...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 25 January 1906

Electricity to Harden Tools. A recently Introduced use of electri city Is the electrical hardening of high" peed tool steels. The tool to bo har dened Is held la n clip, and, current being turned on, li lowered Into a strong solution of potassium carbon ate. The art of dipping the tool Into the alkaline solution completes the electrical current, and at once sets Mp an intense heat In the Immersed part. When the tool Is sufficiently heated the current Is switched off; the solution then chills and hardens the point of the tool rapidly, so that no air blast Is necessary. In many hollow (ooIh modo of high-speed steel It. Is necessary that the outside or cutting portion shall bo hard, while the Interior U soft and tenacious, so as to be In the best condition to resist tlio great stresses put. upon the tool by the resist unco of the metal being en'. Formerly a heated rod was in serleil within the tool to draw the tern per. but this often produced a crack ing of the metnl, and It was diffi...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 25 January 1906

Jackson Hkkald. HKI'UBMCAN IN COM I li b. B V. LTSK l'l' M.IHHKH Knterrc Hi the ti.itn(11i c i Jin-Hum Mo. .m-nml-rliisn mutter NiivpintiiT 4. IxVT. Terms fur I !ie 11kuai.ii arc as ful ' nws: F .r on- v-vir !' Stt nii.ni lis :" Three months :l" 1 i 1 1 A i.vKUI'lsisii 1! I i:s T.ci.-iiN ; per t i i-- , ach iii-irii .1. IioV.'M'ii:i! fir.' ..t y.ir. biMl Advert i-t- ' miit 1. 1 rites. Hist :i i.lnil niiiili' W ii vn mi :ifiIU-:it itii. i VKSilN. MO . .IAN. -" '"' The Republican editors of Mis- I oouri are fur an extra session of congress. They are fur making good laws. ! We met our old friend .1. I'., White while at St. .Joseph last j week, and he told us he was a candidate for state superintend ent. .Jim should receive the Re publican nomination. Thk Uerams Grand Piano Content is now on and one hun dred and twenty-four of the most popular girls in this county are nominated and the greater por tion of them are at work. N order to start our Piano Con- ! tet off with a rush we have do...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 25 January 1906

EXTRA SPECIAL. Mon's Canvas (Jlovi'H, not w lieavicst 1 nit useful and ser viceable, in small ami lai-e sizes, at the unheard of price jer pair e ruening 2s Kersther DRY GOODS COMPANY'S MID-WINTER ECONOMY SALE EXTRA SPECIAL. Mascot So, j(mm1 and dry, a useful household article, extra special Kconomy I'riee per cake 2, ic SALE BEGINS ON JANUARY 27, AND CLOSES ON FEBRUARY 10 We have just finished our Annual Inventory, during the taking of which we found in nearly every department a great many goods of which there is only a small amount left or sizes are broken or we find goods that are first-class in every way but they have not sold. Well, upon all these we have put absolute WHOLESALE prices and in some cases much less. In addition to these, as our stock is much too large for this time of year, we have included quite a number of items from our regular stock making this the Biggest Bargain Opportunity for this time of the year for the people of Jackson and surrounding country. Bargains...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 25 January 1906

to yTT CHARLES MORRIS DUTLLR. CopyilKlit 1906, by Chailes Morris Mutter. CHAPTER XXI. (The Attempted Assassination of Lang. ' Tho promptness of Schiller In sent encing Lar.g to fight a dud gave Gold en no opportunity to appeal to the peo ple to throw safeguard around lils protege. It was Louis' fate to again pit himself In mortal coin lint against human hclng-nnil that too, without preparation. lxniis. In being notified of his sent ence, realized the pit he had fallen In to In striking Schilllcr. He felt that Ills life would pay the forfeit of his folly. F.ven if ho succeeded in killing pis antagonist, which was extremely doubtful at the best, what was to hin tfler Schiller from condemning him to perform many other feats of skill and Strength one of which undoubtedly could be devised which would silence pilm forever? Pefore Golden retired for the night. Schiller managed to have him duly ordered to make inspection of tho out posts. As Paradise Peter and his sen tinels had been killed...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 25 January 1906

f Not All Life's Prizes of Value. "Ton may nccompllsh almoRt nnf thing In lifo It you are Intelligent enough. But If you have wisdom enough you will discover that many things the world Is striving for are not worth your while. John A. Huwland. Pulling Bear's Tooth. Some time ago a brown bear In the Bronx Zoological Park, New York, was suffering from toothnche. It took the combined strength of four men to pull the molar, after which the bear's for mer amiability returned. Lydla E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound Is a positive cure for all those painful ailments of women. It will entirely cure the worst forms of Female Com plaints, Inflammation and Ulceration, Falling and Displacements and conse quent Spinal Weakness, and is peculi arly adapted to the (Jliunge of Life, It will surely cure. Backache, It hns cured more cases of Female Weakness than any other remedy the world hns ever known. It is almost in fullilile in such cases. It dissolves and expels Tumors in an curly stage of develop...

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