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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 25 January 1906

POPULAR GIRL hd PIANO CON TEST NOW ON. One Hundred and Twenty-four nominees for our Popular Girl and Piano Contest up to date and more to follow. These girls are putting forth every effort to secure the Grand Capital Prize the High Grade $400 Hamilton Piano. sflo.OO c;tsli will lie ir'm n in tin- niic having the hiuh rst numU'r when tin vote is liist animuncoil on March 1, I iM Hi. Several other special jirizes in this contest, a full list of which will appear iu next week's I1kkau. The 1 1 KHAl.n Contest has now commenced and it is arousing a grvat deal of interest. The .400 Piano "A Miing of leauty and a joy forever' will he won ly the rirl whom the voters say is the most popular. Some few school districts in this county as yet have no representa tive, hut we trust hv the next week every school district will have a persona) representative in the list. It is not a single prize to contest for. hut there will he live or six eligent prizes, and all will he worth an effort to get. If p...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 25 January 1906

SUPPLEMENT TO THE JACK VOL. IX. JACKSON, MO., THURSDAY, JANUARY 25, V.KHi. NO. 11. HERALD From Pocahontas. It seems that winter has come at last. Some seem to like it find some do not. F. J. Schoen, J. A. Vogel, Dr. Samples, Peter Lehner and Mat Steiner went to Jackson Mouday. Some of the above named parties had business and an appointment with Probate Judge Miller. But Mr. Miller was not at his office, so our dear citizens had to make the second nine mile trip Tues day. It seems that some of our county officers do not realize the hardships of such trips in the condition the weather was, and they don't regard it as one-half as much trouble as it really is. Herman Kieninger sold his in terest in the furniture store to his brother Henry, who owns the other half. The sleet and snow Sunday night presented Louis Dougherty and wife with a fine baby. Louis says he likes winter time. My friend from Oriole had some items in the last paper that 1 must confess were good; that is I thought so; ...

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

Jackson Heraib VOL. IX. JACKSON. MISSOURI, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1JMM5. NO. 12 Lap Robes and Horse Blankets a fine assortment. Come at once. D. KLEIN. 1MB i LOCALS I Wheat 83c to-day. See the biff ad of Bruening A Heroin er. If you want your turn to come soon, get shaved Saturday morn ing, when the barbers are not busy. 4-1 Kead ad of Jackson Store Co. in this issue. Every day is a bargain day at Keehan A Abraham's. Died, at the poor farm last Sat urday, Mr. Kaminiski, aged bout 75 years. Are you looking for bargains in buggies? Call at Klein's. Mr. J. L. Hinkle, who was quite sick for a few days, is able to again attend to business. Three buggies slightly dam Aged at a bargain. D. Klein's. Mr. Eli Snider is quite sick "with pneumonia at his home in West Jackson. All kinds of country produce bought at Keehan & Abraham's. Messrs. Norman Blue and A. J. Sherwood, of the Jackson Store Co., were in Dexter tin first of the week on business. Klein's is the place for wagon and buggy har...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 1 February 1906

ZT CttfcUlf MORRIS DU1LKR. Copyright L0, by Charles Mnrrli Butler. CHATPTER XXII. Lang's Fight for Life. Lang's lato arrival, and bis action In throning himself Into the arena tier the gates were all but closed against him, won him a storm of np Idsuse. Ills forlorn condition excited llty, and his manly braric through II created many friends. Schiller commanded silence. "Why do you appear before us In hat garb?" ho demanded fiercely, at loss for words. "This Is the condition you left me in last night!" calmly replied our Biero. "Why diil you not arrive here be fore T" The second question was nr.oro to be regretted than the first. T"U Is after eight o'clock and by the h-ws of our country you have forfeited jyour life to the city without one tchance!" There was deathlike stillness pre needing Lang's retort. "I was unconscious from the .'wounds received last night while pro jecting my wife from the Insults you eapeil upon her!" Schiller tried to (clip I-nng from answering, but Lang tlg...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 1 February 1906

WHO SHE WAS SKETCH OF THE LIFE OF LYDIA E. PINKHAM And a True Story of How the Vegetable Compound Had Its Birth and How the "Panic of '73" Caused It to be Offered for Public Sale In Drug Stores. This remarkable) woman, whose maiden came was Estes, wan born in Lynn, MaxH., February Uth, 181(, com ing from a Rood old Quaker family. Cor some yearn iihe taught school, and became known as a woman of an alert and hivcstlfratinff mind, an earnest seeker after knowledge, and aliove all, possessed of a wonderfully sympa thetic nature. In she married Inane T'inkhnm, a builder and real estate operator, and their early mnrried life was ninrked bv prosperity nnd happiness. They had four eluldren, turco sons uinl a daughter. In those food old fashioned days It was common for mothers to make their own homo mciliciiics from roots nnd herbs, nature's own remedies calline; in a physician only in seciiilly urgent cases. Hy tradition and ex perience many of them pained a won derful knowledge of the cur...

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

Jackson Hkiiald. RBTUBMCAN IN POLITIC. B. K. LUSK. 'IILtShKK Kntrroc at. the po.toftlre nt '',- Mo tl ronrt-i'lnw tnnlior Nomlr 4. l"Vi. lff.il- I . on ."n .:n Term for the Mkkai.i arc own: For onr year Stx tnr.nUis Three rii'int lis Offi'-." Rmtlilrni'l' AnvKKTfivii limn: 1,-iciiN tv tier line each insert Ion. I r. r -i-i . .1 1 n 1 t'Hnl fr veiir. 1 1 Advert i-i -nietiN -l.-(r:il rates. !ii'tiy rati" niHiii' known on n pullcation- I ACKSOX. HO , KKH. 1 r The Philippine bill and the Statehood bills have passed the House in the U. S. congress. The late decision of the St. Louis court of appeals sustains the ruling of ,r Rhodes, tne state fish and game warden. The court held that hunters must take out license to hunt in his own county. If the joint statehood bill pass es the senate as it haa the house, the constitutions of the new states must contain clauses prohibiting the sale of liquor and plural mar riages. The constitution of Ari 2Dna must prohibit the sale of liq uor to Indians...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 1 February 1906

ruening 2 Kerstner EXTRA SPECIAL. Men's Canvas Gloves, not thtj heaviest but useful and ser viceable, in small and lare sizes, at the unheard of r rire per pair EXTRA SPECIAL. Mascot Soap, jyood ami dry, a useful household article, extra special Economy L'riee per rake DRY GOODS COMPANY'S MID-WINTER ECONOMY SALE 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 galore--...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 1 February 1906

11 1. I.l sk, Publisher. .1 Al'KSHX MlSNOlKI. Many n fellow has crqtilrrd a repu tation for wisdom Uj alxvaya saying 'TliiU's so." A Virginia man has boon fined $100 for hugging a girl. He must have been eating onions. A headline roads: "Robbed while n a vacation.' The man who hasn't been works for Russell Sage. Over 10.000 bills have already been introduced Into congress; most of them, too. of large denominations. "Will the coming man marry?" asks the Rev. Madison C. Peters. No; be will be married, same as the rest of That Detroit man's statue of the devil has been carried away by a con stable. Did lie give the constable Uie devil? Castro is trying now to nick a quar rel with Colombia. No special rea son is given, but probably Is Colom bia's turn. Tho announcement that Mr. Car negie Is about to write his autobiog raphy looks portentous. Far distaut be tho finis! Taking one year, with nnother, the temperature of Moscow is kept at at, average considerably higher than thai of other ci...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 1 February 1906

Battleships in Danger 1 'ill Tailor-Made It Elaborate. Tlie long-coated suit Is variously ex pressed this season, but there Is a cer tain unanimity on the part of the tail ors that a rich broadcloth Is tho best Ivehlcle for their work. A soft shadu of deep rose red, just what one sees In a Jacqueminot rose, employed for this smart design, d thero Is Just a touch of velvet richly embroidered that makes a sug gestion of a vest edging. . A taffetn passementerie Is used to jbordcr the open front all 'he way down, and the easy fullness of the top drops into n smartly curved eelnture. The coat skirts are applied with a prettily shaped hip seam, deep plaits la the center front and back, making lor a graceful fullness. The sleevo Is full ghtot model, the shoulder built out In the form of a cap, and the full ness tapering below the elbow drops Into a stiff cuff that rises well up, from the wrist. Girl's Dancing Dress. YoittuT girl's dancing '.ress of white embroidered tulle made up over whit...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 1 February 1906

JACKSON, MISSOURI, BEGINNING Fefo. 3, 190 THE KING of all 0 LEAN-UP SALEn, beginning next Saturday, Kelt. .1 and conlimiing until our stock is reduced enough to make room lor our spring stock which has begun to arrive. mm Wool Dress Goods. We are putting out anout 500 yards of odds and ends in good Wool Dress Goods oOe kind for 25c 40e kind for 23c kind for 16c YOUR llKST CHANCE. Underwear. Men's, Ladies' and Child's Heavy oOe for Heavy -oc for 35c 19C Kimono Cloth. Something- tine. 120c yard only 14c loi' yard only 1 1c Fascinators. '2oc, kind now ... .' 19c 00c " 35c 70c " 50c $1.00 " 75c '2.00 " $1.35 Fleece and Wool Hose. l.V good quality 1 1c '2o " 19c :i " .. 24c Men's home- and faetory-knit Sox all 23c, go at 18c A UN J LOT OF CORSETS CHEAP. Overcoats almost for a song. We have a big amount of Overcoats left that must go if a low price will move them. Think of $12.00 Coats at only $8.00 9.00 .... $6.00 7.00 " .... $4.50 and many other prices. Our Furniture Department is alway...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 8 February 1906

Tme Jackson Herald. " '"lptf. VOL. IX. JACKSON. MISSOl'IM, Till; UM)AY, FEBRUARY H, l)W. .no. is Lap Robes and- Horse Blankets -a fine assortment. Come at once. D. KLEIN. LOCALS Wheat 8oc to-day. Sen tho big ad of G. Miltenber ger & Co. in this issue. J. I). Allen of Jackson went to Garvin, Ind. Ter., Tuesday. If you want your turn to come aoon, got shaved Saturday morn ing, when the barbers are not busy. '4-1 The Slate Press Association meets in St. Louis to-day and to morrow. Special White Goods Day, Monday, Feby 12, at Bruening it Kerstner I). O. Co. (i. Miltenberger & Co. are of fering you bargains. Head their a1 in this issue. Mrs. P. L. Burford of Fruit land, spent last week visiting rel atives in this city. For Sale Four town lots in a good residence part of .Jackson. Apply at this office. Miss Emma MoNeely and little nephew, Eugene, went to the Cape bit Safin-day for a few days' visit. W. II. Miller and wife spent Sunday with Mr. Miller' brother, air efficient county...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 8 February 1906

Man nnJ Wife Arc One. In discharging a I"1"1 w:r'' charged vvlth "conspiring" to defraud an Insurance rntrpiiny a lunlon mag IMralo Mill tlmt In law n nuin uiul his wife were one person, nnd ouo person could nut conspire. Sing Sing. Tho namn of Sing Slnp, n town In the state of Now York, Is of Indian origin nm! moans "stone upon stone." Another statement Is thnt the name la a corruption of tho Indian word osslnlng." A stony place. NO MAN IS STRONGER THAN MIS STOMACH. Let the greatest athlete have dyspepsia nd hid muscle would soon fail. Tin id eal strength Is derived from food. If a man has insufficient food In loos strength. 11 ne nas no loon mi aies rood is con verted Into nutrition through the stoin ach and bowels. It dciiends on Hie strength of tlie stomach to what extent food eaUn is digested ami nsslmlliU.il. People ran din of niurvntloii who hum abundant food to rat. when the stomach and Its associate organs of digestion and nutrition do not perform their duty. Thus the stoma...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 8 February 1906

Admiral ttichborn Praises Pe-ru-na ia REAR-ADMIRAL Admiral'! Words Carry Weight Rpar-Admlrnl Illchliorn Is one of the best-known ofllcers of our navy. His statement concerning Peruna 'will have much weight as they go out In the world. What he Fays is echoed by many other officers of high standing. What the Admiral Sayi. Philip Hichborn. Rear-Admiral of the U. S. Navy, Washington, D. C, writes: "After the use of Peruna for a short period, I can now cheerfully recont' wend your valuable remedy to any one who Is In need of an Invigorating tonic." Philip Hlchhorn. S Tons Grass Hay Free, Everybody loves lots and Intg of fodds for hog, cows, BlK'tp uinl swine. The enormous rrojis of our Northern Crown Pedigree Sent on our seed farm ' the pant year compel tu to ishuo a po ciul catuluguo ctlled 81.2 i:h s rakgain nr.zn noOK. This is brim full of bargain seeds at bar gain prices. 8KND THIS NOTtrlt TO-OAT. and receive free sullicient seed to grow 8 tons of grass on your lot or f irm this summ...

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

a pa i 1 VJU f a pi m 4.8 a'-s "s b a b a a a y q ass a a h s a a 8 b glb B.'Q S'e a s a y a I EST fmd2 t3Btk egsres Feb. 114, 1906 This t'ist of Uarirjiiiis v havo plannt-d for you is at, haiul. Our GRE4T LOOM END SALE will s v th jwople of Jjwksoii and vicinity for many mik's around what can w done in tlm way of modern iiH'rchanlising. It will aain diMiionstratn our ability to lmv heap and stdl cheaper than you can buy elsewhere. Case after ease and bale after bale of CHOICE MERCHANDISE has been bought for this Sale at remarkably LOW PRICES, which enables us to otter the GREATEST IiAR( JAINS ever presented in this vicinity. Read everv item and everr word in this advertisement and accept our statement is facts, as wo are hen to prove and back up our statements with the GOODS AND 'PRICES. THE PLAIN TXUTH WILL CERTAINLY FILL THIS STORE TO OVER FLOWING! N l( sure to 'ome early and get your share of the Bargains during this sale. :i,000 yards of Simpson's best prints worth ()Jc per yar...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 8 February 1906

s SEED TIME V3k experienced farmei has learned that some grains require far differ ent soil than others; come crops need differ cr.t.!i riling than others, lis k:.ows that a crest !cal depends upon ligl.t llantir.g at the right tlrr.c, end that thn soil rr.unt be kept enri .'lud. I Jo u.-.J of complaining i;i r.u.T.mer about a ir.is-1..1.-C made in the c.irintf. Decide before the eeed i3 planted. gk best time to reme dy wasting conditions in the human body is be fore the evil is too deep rooted. At the first evi dence of loss of flesh Scott's Emulsion should be taken imme diately. There is noth ing that will repair wasted tissue more quickly or replace lost flesh more abundantly than Scott's Emulsion. It nourishes and builds up the body when ordi nary foods absolutely fail. Witfltt stndfcm MMmple ft. the Ladies' Atd of the Meth odiBt church will meet with Mrs. Roena Henderson Friday after noon. Mr. liaridan of Karmington, came down last week to see hiH son, Linn, of th .1. M. A., wh...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 8 February 1906

dly Madison l?cral IS. K. l.rsK. Publisher. .1 .U'KSOX...,: MlSMUKl. Tly the way, whore does the tiaohe lor get his Chris' mas stocking to hang up? The r.irim i- poet of l.niiK Island has Just made f I'.Pit.Oiiil iy u sulc, but It was :.ot poetry In- so'.J. President Kiiol says "them Is not a single rich man'' In Cambridge. All the eligible bachelors been gobbled? The m w lSritlsh premier nist have l.i-i n talking with .loo I,citcr. Ho has i-xp: ssod a high opinion of Lord Cur zon. A general nntl-foroign uprising Is looked for In China. Rut an uprising Is always a possibility In the far yeast. "Fair coed's should not dance uftor Midnight," according to the deans of women's colleges. And there are no homely coeds. Will the coming man marry?'' asks Hrv. lir. Madison C. Peters. If he doesn't he will show less wisdom than his father did. London's pot It'. A society has Just been organized there to extract gold from sea water. Her Jcrnogan is i.amed Chnrnus. It Is ridiculous to say that ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 8 February 1906

F2 fly CHARLES Copyright, 1908, by CHAPTER XXII Continued. Richard Golden rose to till feet. The touting ceased, and the people read ily understood that something out of the ordinary was to take place. "Ladies and gentlemen," Golden be Gn. "Are we human beings, or ani mals of low degree?" His very dar ing made him eloquent. "As Individu als, have we rights that this body cor porate Is bound to respect? In enter ing Paradise as citizens we have vol untarily thrown off the joke of alle giance to every reigning potentate In the world. We threw off the yoke becaiiso we thought our bonds too heavy, the laws too strict, and the privileges too few. In vowing alle giance to the king and laws of Paraa dise, we expected more freedom and more rights we did not expect to be mado slaves! If I obey the law, has may one person the right to punish me for nothing, Is the king better than you or I? Is he supreme, the owner, body and soul of the subjects over which he rules? Would I be a man to stand ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 8 February 1906

. .: v,.if- r..t i ii ..Ii- f l !.' v.ii i - fiii I .v't"! ?.iti- l.r I. iv XI lull - f,. I . ..i, . f,.r 1 in .it 11 voir- f.i( .'.".' 'I M.I. - I RULES OF PIANO CONTEST. l. Annoi:nci-:mknt This Piano ''iiitest will bo conducted on strictly honewt junl business1 prin ciples will) perfect justice to nil concerned. Under such con ditions a Piano Content is sure t prove ii vr"t't success. 2. I'ki.ks The first prize shall he, a fine first-class Piano, h IojuI ug make, valued at 8400. Many tthcr valuable prizes to be an nounced later, will be given in their order, according to value. Canoiiutks Any yoiinu Uly in this county is eligible to place in the Contest. The most popular young lady is the one ho shall receive the most vutes. To her shall he awarded the beautiful I'piight Piano. Other candidate to receive prizes in order, according to value. ' 4. Classes ok Votes The vutes are issued in coupons in tb following denominations: Mill. 'I llt itl . N.ll'V II Slili-.Tipl Ini: .f. n. Wtl ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 8 February 1906

Jackson IIkuald. KKrUBI.IC'AN IN POLITICS. B. F. LUSK I'UBMBIIEH Untnrec lit the poatoffloe at Jif-fcuiin. Mo. a. ..cond-cluaa innttnr Niirnmhnr 4. 1HV7. Terms for the IIkiui.d sire a 'Gl ow,: For one year. 1 .1.00 ix months BO Three months 30 Hire Etaaldtmrt. 14 U2 AnvKKTiMNr TIatks: Lorn 1 a fle linr line each lnnertlo'i. Professions! (url tr ier yenr. L'-tMl Advertl-e-runt li'irnl r;iten. IHnplnyud rates made known on spnlie.-itlon. J CKSON. MO , FFjn. 8 III06 j ' The Republican state officers have done their duty and made an exceptional record. There is i no reason why Missouri should not remain Republican. Cream Vermifuge THE GUARiHTEEO WORM REMEDY THE CHILDREN'S FAVORITE TONIC. Ballard-Snow Liniment Co T. LOUIH, MO. Sold and Ileconmiended t.r DR. WOODS 3 ,Ak44-i. 60 YEARS' Trsdc Mark ' r f Our subscribers who wish to renew or pay up should see some of our lady contestants and pay them. They will record your vote, and turn in the money to us. Do this and you will help some dese...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 8 February 1906

The John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Co., P.OSTOX, MASS., Issues all kinds of policies of Life Insurance. You -get your dividend annually. Here is the record of a policy at Jackson, Mo., taken in 1904 : Policy No. 133278. Semi-annual Premium $59.70 First Annual Dividend applied to reduce Premium 16.65 , First Semi-annual Premium, 1905 $43.05 If you are interested in Life Insurance fill oui this blank and send to H. Armantiku t, Dist. Agt., Cape Girardeau, Mo. Name Ago Address..: WE NEVER DISAPPOINT l3 PATIENTS W Fulfill Eviry Premiss-a:ii) Hevtr Hold Out Fa! Hons. WP PIIBF urtJDr Wit hoot the lit. I fa or bougie and Varicocele wliUoat pala Hk UUlIb Of dtntiun from ltt ici C'ontirloue Mood Pmiuq cnred ooTef to -, wit Bout mreur or i.il ral mixture; l,o of Manly Vigor oi(iveiy vurmif uo aiiinuianl, hut ptrnmufaf, Thefl u ' Vyiifi ro li tnirimunu org.nitad under the itwfiui ii c i urr t f il-io.-r: for the ir. rttnent od rur of ell n rvou kid .-hr.i tc liir-.es. Dr. Luui 0. Blttlnir,...

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