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

JT CHARLE2 i Copyright, 10S, by CHAPTER XXIV. Continued. Tlie next dny I -on Is Lang was united tn marrlngo to 1'cnrl Huntington, ac sordlng to the ritual of the Romnn Catholic church; for strange ns It ma com, there was a priest In Paradise City. A lawful marriage was an un usual occurrence In the city, but owing to the standing of Pearl, bo different from tho other Inhabitants, It caused Ittln comment. As this marriage was part of Schlllcr'B scheme, Lang In cited the king to participate In the ceremony. To Schiller this act was t the samo time gall and wormwood and tho sweeteBt honey and tbls "royal" knight could not. forbear to taunt Dr. Huntington with the fact ihat part of his revenge at least was fulfilled "marriage with a convict." Or. Huntington In his turn led the ichemrr to believe that It was a most undesirable match, while at the same tlmo In reality the contrary was the case. Golden congratulated both Pearl and Louis on the plan, while Rogers reasoned that It would soft...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 8 March 1906

Nottec. Our Piano and Popular Girl contest will not close soon op than April 18th nor will it run longer than Mny Hist. Somewhere be tween these dates it will be clos ed. We make this announce ment for the beneyt of those ask ing when the contest will close. The Vernon Music Company, ac cording to our rules, will name date of exact closing in ample time for all. RULES OF PIANO THE HERALD'S POPULAR ISA WD IPDAW and IRL WTEST CONTEST. A GOOD PREMIUM FOR A WILLING WORKER 1. ANNOtwcKMKNT This Piano Contest will be conducted on strictly honest and business prin ciples with perfect justice to all concerned. I'nder such con ditions a Piano Contest is sure to prove a great success. 2. Pki.ks The first prize shall be a fine first-class Piano, a lead ing make, valued at $400. Many other valuable prizes to be an nounced later, will be given in their order, according to value. 3. Cvnuikatks Any young lady in this county is eligible to a place in the Contest. The most popular young lady is the o...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 15 March 1906

JME JACK EEMLP. VOL. IX. J ACKSON. MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 190(. M). 18 Lap Robes and Horse Blankets a fine assortment. Come at once. D. KLEIN. .rsvrwmtz 1 5 a 5 5 d-reranr j LOCALS i Wheat 80M to-day. v The ladies of the W. C. T. U. will give ti 15c lunch at the residence of Mrs. A. It. Hyrd next Monday, the 19th, from 5 to 9 o'clock. Mrs. R. T. Henderson ia still improving. VV. J. Roberts of Oak Ridge was in Jackson Monday. Wagon harness for $10 atC. H. Wolter's. Go see them. Judge B. F. Davis is visiting in Philadelphia for a few weeks. O. C. llasslinger has sold his house and lot to Mrs. Ringer. Let our contestants remember that it ia the new subscribers that count. Judge J. H. Miller attended the common pleas court at the Cape last week. C. H. Daues, Edw. D. Hays and Sheriff Gockel attended court , , at the Cape last week. The fastest way to get votes is to get new subscribers. You get 600 votes for each. A. C. Ford is grading and fill ing his lot in front of his resi den...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 15 March 1906

Jackson Hkkam). RirVDUCtN IN IMLtTHr. fl F. LUSK. . . I'VHI.ISIlr.K utrc at tbe poloftr at Jark,un. .Mo ooad-rlaw miiurr November 4. IWT. rrm fur the IIkkald re 'ui owt: oroof y"r I .'to jll monttiK 50 Three month "0 otir fcldar. . 142 Advkktimno Ratkh: Local e per Hrie each Inaertinn, ProfpsslniiRl Card $5 per yeir. Lfftil Advprtlt mnnts l'frl rat. DiNplny :td mIp tunde known on application. .TVCKSON. MO, MAKCII U im i -..ran. . ' ' - - . - . A St'itMiliHc Wonder The cures that stand to its tredit make Hucklen's Arnica 1 Salve a scientific wonder. It cur- 1 ed F. U. Mulford, lecturer for the Patrons of Husbandry, Waynes boro, I'a., of a distressing case of piles. It heals the worst burns, mH'i's, boils, ulcers, cuts, wounds, chilblains and salt rheum. Only 25c nt DK. S. K. WOODS' drug More. ROME WITHOUT A DOCTOR. CHAFING DISH "BLUFF. Osaoactiona Always Cksa JMara Thtj Atm Tcfct la fraaa tba Kitchen. Tba ilir placed tba chafing a Is carefully on lb tabu tad raaaora) tfl str wlta a f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 15 March 1906

Doctors are Puzzled. Tho remarkable recovery can, not once but forever. Our of machine, il a tnorougn organiza- Kenneth Mclver, of Vanceboro, . . t 11 i I . . V. ! 18 Hie BUOjeci Ul luuvuiuwr1 tion may be termed euch, belongs to no one, is built for no one, but est to the medical fraternity and is the permanent property of the a wide circle of friends. He says entire Kopublican party, from of his oases "Owing to severe the standpoint of the well-wish- inflamation of the throat and con- era of the Democracy our purpose gestion of the lungs, three doc- is probably bad, but well-wishers tors gave me up to die, when, as of Missouri, including all Repub- a last resort, I was induced to try licans and a great many so-call- Dr. King's New Discovery and I ed Democrats, think that both our am happy to say, it saved my purpose and our plan are good, life." Cures the worst coughs I can not but think that the and colds, bronchitis, tonsilitis. Democrats most suitable party urnnlr lunrra hnurflp...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 15 March 1906

&&28ii$i i"2? 0 Wall Soon be a thing of the past; we want to close our doors as soon as possible Our Millinery Department will be open next Wednesday, March 21. W'v li;if cJ!i;iovc(l Miss Hardy and Miss IJulT to conduct our Millinery Department for only a t-liort time and tliey will show the lu st and most up-to-date styles t - he found on the market. THIS IS NO OLD STOCK, BUT NEW GOODS We have made arrantremeiils to sell our Millinery Stock to outside parties as soon as our other tfoods are sold, so this is whv we can afford to carry a ifood stock for a few weeks. Our Spring Oxfords and Shoes are on sale. We have a 1i;r lint' of the celebrated (ileetl (Quality. 1.7.") reduecd to $1.45 '-'.00 1.65 ..) 1.95 :!.()( 2.35 :..'( 2.95 I Salt, per barrel $1.20 (lalvoni.ed tnls worth (Me .... 50c Lai'i;-!' No. S Dots 40C 1 till. Stone .Inis 8c 1 (Jal.tlat stoneDans8c ( till. Stone .Fiirs 6C Churns at only . . 7-'c Pit Itallntl White Cups and Saile rs 32c per se). ( 'mile (jliick. De...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 15 March 1906

tcoooooocoooocooooooooooo o BRUENINO & DRY GOODS Have just iv'fivel thru now Spring Line of Kantlitdient Clothing. All nohby )!itli'riis and splen didly fitting suits. If you arc thinking of Inlying a Suit, give us a call. Let us show you our line; we will he pleased to show you even though you do not wish to Imy. (Set that Kaster Suit early le'ore the line is lio!cn. 8 7KP,B,,-"i 0 o 0 o o 0 o , v r yj ' 1 1 1 1 i i i i-. g V I. lr.!)y O (1 patterns O V. I gunt ly fit - S" J V 1 doth- I H ' Come I I in ami Q t' them 8 " Sec on;1 line of IJclts, Neckwear, anl Shop- O ln .'V. la,li,,s.-. Tinsi'! OCr find Cftr 0 lielts. Mean l ul new tilings at. --'v wvv q O - I W Dixit 25c li i 25c and 50c g o o O Respectfully, .0 g BRUENING & KERSTNER O DaY GOUlS COUFANY. O o o CCOOOOOOOOOOOOQOOOOOGOCGOtt Morgan & Hanney have in a more complete lino of millinery and notions than ever before. All are cordially invited to come a.nd Bee the new, nobby and attract ive hats. KERSTNER COMPiNY ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 15 March 1906

HIS ONE WEAK SPOT. Prominent Minnesota Merchant Cured ti Stay Cured by Doan'e Kidney Pills. O. C. Hayden, of O. C. Hnyden A Co, dry Roods merchants, of Albert I-ea, Minn., says: "I was so lame that I could hardly walk. Tliere was mi unaccountable weakness of the bnck, and constant fain and aching. I could find no rest nnd was very un comfortable at night. As my health was pood In every other way I could not un derstand this trouble. It was Just as If all the strength hud gono from my hark. After kUfTering for some time I began using Dean's Kidney rills. The remedy acted at once upon the kidneys and when normal action was restored the trouble with my bark disappeared. I have not bad any re turn of It " For sale by all dealers. HO rents a box. Koster Milburn Co., IlnlTalo, N. Y. Expensive Birthday. "It Is a lucky thing for Methuselah's relatives," remarked the Observer of Events and Things, "that his last birthday occurred before candles were Introduced." Yonkers Statesman. Cures Rheu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 15 March 1906

HAD CATARRH THIRTY YEARS. Congressman Meekison Gives Praise to , Pe-ru-na For His Recovery. fK 3ackson C?cralo. CONGRESSMAN MEEKISON PRAISES PE-RU-NA. Hon. David Meekison, Napoleon, Ohio, ex-member of Congress, Fifty-fifth iiisirioi, writes: " havo used several bottles of Peruna and I feel greatly benefited thereby from my catarrh of the head. I feel encouraged to believe that If I use It a short time longer I will be fully able to eradicate tho disease of thirty years' standing." David Meekison. ANOTHER SENSATIONAL CURE: Mr. Jacob I,. Davis. Oalena, Stone county. Mo., writes: ''I have been in bail health for thirty-seven years, and after taking twelve Domes oi your J'eriina 1 am ciitetl. .ineoli I.. Harts. If von do not derive prompt and aatisfaetorv results from tho use of TVruna. write at onro to Dr. Ilartman, iivinp; a full statement of your case, and he will be pleased to p;ivo you his valuable advice prat is. Address Dr. Ilartman, President of The Ilartman Sanitarium, Columbus...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 15 March 1906

Some Real Facts. T( THK C'lTI.KNS OK .lACKSON '. The unjust criticisms contained in the late "vox populi" procla mation issued by Mayor Hays and Councilnien Klbrecht and (iockel, calling a mass meeting of the citizens to consider the lo cation of the water works, calls for a word from us defending our selves against the fabrications and misrepresentations contained in that article. A call for a meet ing of that character at this hour comes with scant grace from gen tlemen who have so persistently ignored the people during the past. In the promulgation of that proclamation, we were ignored, as usual, and not permitted to attach our names to it, nor ad vised as to its publication, not withstanding, at the last meeting of the City Council a motion was offered by Councilman Sibley to submit the question to the people at the approaching election. Said motion was ruled out of order ac cording to the prevailing custom. It is a fact that we proposed a meeting of the citizens be called to co...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 15 March 1906

t m Fili yKT CHARLES) 15 ., Copyright, 190i, by Charles Morris Butler, CHAPTER XXV. Continued. "You are, of course, a 'wanted' mnn; can hardly consider yourself free from arrest, If once outside this city. Would you be willing to undergo, say a year's Imprisonment to become a free mnn providing you would he left nlone to enjoy the wealth you have accumu lated?" "I would." "You do not hesltute to tell ms this?" ashed I.ouls. "No," I know the drift of your ques tioning. I have never looked upon you as a criminal, so I am not sur prised to find that you are not for you are not!" "You are right," replied I.ouls. "Well, then, If you are willing to do the-square thing, how am I to know It?" "Put me to the test," said Golden. "You know me well enough now to feel, I hope, that I am a friend of yours. You have saved my life you need not fear that I will do anything that will betray you." "You must know, then, Golden, that I represent a large body of citizens who are going to try to overthrow...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 15 March 1906

I.- - T, y VK..? Fowl Meadow Grass. (Poa Serotina.) Tliis grass Is also known a False IIiMii.ip. It Is vory common In the V'tilied Stntra and la best adapted to wet meadows and the banks ot streams. I: Is a perennial gross and had Its origin In Germany. This ctass lias been grown In England foi at least 1.10 years. It makes a nice hny ami will stand for n long time after being ripe without greatly deter lorating. It never grows so coarse that the stalk Is not tender and the hay made from It Is eaten without waste. It thrives best when mixed with other grasses. This grass is most common in the Northern United States. It Is particularly good tot moist meadows. In some of the west era states natural meadows of this grass are now found and are highly esteemed. Why Soils Fall. An impression Is abroad to the ef feet that all a man has to do to find out about his soil is to send it to an ex periment station and have it analyzed It Is thought that the chemist can put it into pome kind of a ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 22 March 1906

VOL. IX. JACKSON. MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MARCH 22, liKMi. NO. 1H Lap Robes and Horse Blankets a fine assortment. Come at once. D. KLEIN. 1 LOCALS ISLiSJLSJULJLSLijO Wheat 80-1 to-day. For buggy poles go to C. H. Wolter. Charley Trickey of Charleston was in Jackson last week. For good collars go to C. H. Wolter. W. S. Wilkinson of Millervillo was in Jackson last Saturday. For good wagon harness go to C. II. Wolter. 3-29 See the Passion play at the J. M. A. Hall next Monday night. Lowest prices on garden tools at Wolter's Hardware store. Wm. B. Schaefer has returned from St. Louis with a new stock of goods. F. Kurre of Hurfordville offers his store house for sale or rent at a. bargain. Garden tools up to the minute at Wolter's Hardware store. Garden tools of every descrip tion at Wolter's Hardware store. A. J. Flentge came over from the Cape last week and spent a few hours in Jackson. If you are going to build a house, get prices on your hard ware and guttering from Wolter. He will treat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 22 March 1906

IMPRESSED WITH WESTERN CANADA. ays Our Prairies Will Be Filled Up In Ttn Year. Ia A. Stockwell of Indianapolis, United States land man who made an sxtenslvo tour of Inspection In the west, wrote the following article, un der date of Jan. 8. tor an Indiana pub lication: "States." In this letter I propose to show by extracts from nijr note book that thousands who have come up here from the "States" have suc ceeded far beyond their most san guine expectations. Mr. N. B. Heaumunk ot Braill, In diana, was earning $110.00 per month with a coal company. At about the ago of 40 he had saved about $3,000. Four years ago ho lnnded near Han ley. Sask. He now owns 480 acres of land. Last fall (.1905) he threshed 4.700 bushels of wheat and 3,100 bush els of oats. Ills wheat alone brought him over $4,000, which would have paid for the acres that It grew on. Ho Is to day worth $15,000. This Is Making Money Fast. Ia Feb. 190!, J. O. Smith & I?ro. were weavers in a big cotton mill In tjincashlre,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 22 March 1906

i i ipmii i, , . i, ,i u,Tl,nr,Tri..iTanu,.iiM,ijn AVegctable Prcporalion for As-. slmllatinfj uieFoodnndRetfula tlng rheStoiaacte and Bowls of Promotes Digcation-CheerFul-nessandRestConlains neither Sritim.Morptune nor Mineral. ot Narcotic. jHx-Sm Apafecl Remedy forConsllpa Tlon.Sour Stonuuh.Dinrrhoca Worms .Convulsions .Fevensh ness and Loss or SLEEP. Facsimile Sigrtnlure of HEW YORK. nances Sixteen Mile. ' A Chicago man attended a ball and, 'by using a pi donieter, reached the conclusion thut a Kill diinces about sixteen miles In the course of an even ing. Tavtor's Cherokee Komcdy of Sweet Onm ml Si ullen is Nature' great remedy Cures Coughs. (Vila's. Croup und Consumption, ami nil throat ami hunt troubles. At drug gist, too.. We. mid tl.tH) xer buttle. Linht on Aunt's Character. "You will never see your Aunt Maria ' egnln until you get to heaven," a little girl w.s solemnly told by her mother, according to the London Globe. "Will he nsk nie to wipe my feet?" washer only response...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 22 March 1906

Jackson Herald. KKl'UHI.ICAN I.N POLITICS. B V. LCSK. I'l llI.ISIIr II t-'.nti-r.-i at Hip uuHiilIrr al Jii' k-"; Mo, 44 iii',iiiiI-i'hh- mitt ! r Vivrinlirr I. IiWi. I Till i in M k.u o n ire n 'Hi- P' ir nil veil S mi. hi i I I ri-r 111 lilt II- I.IK) Tin .:to .11" . U2 Hl'-lllt-lll-P Kv.fMTiai N( IIatks! Locals fir p.T lit ach inserti'ei. Professional ' U:iril 'i iiit year. Leirnl AdvertM-l tii"it '.-inl r.-iten. Disp'aV ml rales ' made known mi niilii'iit inn. I JACKSON. Mo, MAKCII 22 I'-KUi. Conventions. Thfi lienublican State nominat ing convention will bo held tjQ() j qi'.u i Vlty, JUiy fOln. . j - -:Tr-" . - - NO man Who poses HS b0H8 should be elected to head any , committee. Dictation by the bosses will not go, the people must run things in politics to make it lasting. J. U. White of Brookfield is making an active canvass for the Pnnn l-ilitu rt n .it-tin n f inn f . tr Pnn A I. I r l. i u 1 1 iiuiiniiii.i - mi ... .. Superintendent of public schools, j Jim should have the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 22 March 1906

Scocooccoccaooooooooaooooo o BRUENING & KERSTNER ft DRY GOODS COMPANY X O Have just received o q (heir now Spring Lino of Kantbebeat Q Clothing. All nobby () patterns and splen g dully lilting suits. If you are thinking Q of buying a Suit, gl give us a call. Lot O us show you our line; we will be pleased to show you even though you do not wish to buy. Get that Easter Suit early before the line is broken. To The Girls. THE.feW, double 12& breast ed sack with its loner. broad lapels and full back. O has become one of the () most popular of men's gar- ) ments. The three button O sack gives a natty ap- Q pearance and is right up Q to the minute in style. (TiT3" nnd Jv'Ws gantly lit- V J J 'J' ting cloth- Jul Vk ,ook thom J o 8 O o o o iflvw c ft TlvwL v" Ask tor our Cen- o ( tmy T1,sy Hoso J u MIllOT i for ('1,il(l,vn the O Jy ffrvi W' ? boon able to offer at ffep( i5c;:, o i nee win line im jen. vxeeis w em . ;miu I o of Holts. Xeokweai ing Hags for ladies. Tinst Holts, boauli....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 22 March 1906

I imitnwitriH to qnnlltT cot n tit'nij entirely ujvn iboli I a? trtw premium wo pain n D to tin rtrwlrr, ms by dvalltM W wtM'irs'ilcr nml rviiUT-. liti M innntiKfi ami hunosl nt H rii tf upti'T have veen u Is lie B r do nk pt Iti ml ill ih Aunt oixl our ( inn i B y.mr nntnt' iuk! tb!rv We hi Thtv would ii t p.iin-n'Mi ii t: would in a cii-oit ti.."-. i. This Will Interest Ladies Only ml liunrtnMln of om arllnlca, all full ! '"'' dmi. ! tm.il.la n to lnlrlu our flwao Hlnr IVw.Irr anU 8-llTona llrnnd of Tras, I'of !. and olhor ll.m-.-hf il Hiii.i.i.. Tho-e are all bith-irrnrto u.i-ab-HilutlT From Pocahontas. r..W! E b Published in ; HiB k's issue; sometime the CTaVS riHl HorPut .he letter i a w . . . a l . f. .. - f li aTlal If III. I'll, l l l"''llltl H Kj "Ti.i,i ."",rV"-.n"f wm-w ..,i..ri .ofniif e.w.r. "i; '...VA':, E'KTa.? R later. Then, of course, the frh,y w.H.1.1 p:.tr.-.n'B nnlf" w :.ve u, full . "! " -l.-.l. .V. p ((.8 fpom that pftce Ijllime rf ..ii.ip n,:hi r -p--.iv li-L'...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 22 March 1906

Closing of the Need School. More Last Friday evening the peo ple of Need More school and sur rounding country enjoyed a very fine entertainment. Notwith standing the weather being bad the school house was packed to its utmost capacity at 0 o'clock. Many had to bo turned away. From fifteen minutes of seven to fifteen minutes after twelve the multitude listened attentively, as the program was being rendered, which consisted of dialogues, re citations, declamations, drills and songs. All those who were pres ent will say that Mr. Artie Tay lor deserved the greatest credit for producing such a good enttr tainment. The pupils played their parts well without becoming the least disturbed or confused at any time. This showed earnest ness and willingness, both on the part of the teacher and pupils. We are sorry to see Mr. Taylor go from our midst. Having taught this school for the last three years, he has become as a friend and brother to all with whom he came in contact. We have cer tainly h...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 22 March 1906

Notice. Our I 'in ami Popular Girl contest will not close sooner than April isth nor will it run longer than May 31st. Somewhere be tween these dates it will be clos ed. We make this announce ment for the beneyt of those ask ing when the context will close. The Vernon Music Company, ac cording to our rules, will name date of exact closing in ample time for all. RULES OF PIANO CONTEST. 1. Announcement This Piano Content will be conducted on strictly honest and business prin ciples with perfect justice to all concerned. Under such con ditions a Piano Contest is sure to prove a great success. 2. 1ri.ks The first prize shall be a fine first-class Piano, a lead ing make, valued at S400. Many other valuable prizes to be an nounced later, will be given in their order, according to value. 3. Candidates Any young lady in this county is eligible to a place in the Contest. The most popular young lady is the one who shall receive the most votes. To her shall be awarded the beautiful Upright Pia...

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