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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 29 March 1906

The Jagkn Mekalid, VOL. IX. JACKSON. MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MARCH 2, 190. NO. 20 Lap Robes and Horse Blankets a fine assortment. Come at once. D. KLEIN. ht t b a a 5 a 8 fl f ! rvi arryynr : LOCALS j Wheat 80.1 to-day. Squire J. M. Snider is on the sick list. For buggy poles go to C. H. Wolter. R. M. Morgan was on the sick lint last week but is getting bet tor. For good collars go to C. H. Wolter. Next Tuesday is election day. We elect city councilmen, school director, locate the power house and vote on school tax. For good wagon harness go to C. II. Wolter. 3-29 The W. W. Taylor A Sons Con tracting Company has been changed to Taylor-Morton Con struction Company, Jackson, Mo. J. C. and Robert Schenimann of Neely's Landing made the IIkrald office a pleasant call last week. They report everything at Neely's Landing prospering. Lowest prices on garden tools at Wolter'a Hardware store. The snow and ice has melted and the weather looks better. We have had the longest cold spell of weather f...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 29 March 1906

11. V. I.psk, rublisher. .1ACKNON MlSSOl'Kl. SHOULD A HORSE BE CLIPPcj? CLIPPING IN THE EARLY SPRING RECOMMENDED BY LEADING VETERINARIANS. Al. Thinking Men Readily Recognita Iti Advantage. "A horse Is a valuable asset, and should receive the bout tare possible. He should ho well fed. comfo.tably tabled, carefully groomed ar.d clipped In the early spring. If ho receives these attentloiiii ho will work well nnd Improve lu value. A horse lives under artificial conditions. In his wild state ho required none of these a' tendons, for he was nhle lo look out for himself. The doin.'stlrated animal, being worked under condi tions that are In themselves artificial, must be kept In condition for such work. The clipping of a horse In the early sprinR Is now conceded by nil tho leading veterinarians to he as essen tial to a horse's well lii'lnu as shoeim; h:ni or giving him u comfortable bod to lie on. Farmers in I'nsland and France have been cllpplrg their horses for many years, nnd American fa...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 29 March 1906

WHO SHE WAS SKETCH 0? 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 remarlra'bl) - woman, whose mailun-nume was Eatea, was burn In Lynn, Mm., Februnry 9th, 1S10, com Irifr from a Rxxl old Quaker family, r'or some years she taught school, ami became known as a woman of an alert W -? ?H and in-cstifratlnp; mind, an earnest Becker after knowledge, and above all, possessed of a wonderfully sympa thetic nature. In li3h.h married Isaac rinkham, a builder and real estate operator, and their early married life was marked by prosperity ntid Impplnesa. 'I hey liad four children, three sons and a daughter. In those pood old fashioned days It eras common for mothers to make their own home medicines from roots ond herbs, nature's own remedies culling In a physician only In specially tirpent cases. Hy tradition and ex perience many of them (rained a won derful knowl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 29 March 1906

Jacksok Heuam). REPUBLICAN IN POLITICS. JACKSON.. MO, M AKCM 29. lCfl Conventions. The Republican State nominat ing convention will be held at Excelsior Springs, May 31st. The Republican Judicial con ention will be held at Jefferson City, July 2Gth. Col. J. J. Russfxl, Democrat io candidate for congress, lost Ripley county. Attorney General Hadley is bringing the "oil people" to time. He is showing his hand as an able prosecutor. The Democrats held their pri mary election in Ripley county, Saturday, March 17th, and nomi nated their county officers. The mayor and all the mem bers of the council are not afraid to trust t'.ie people. .So when you vote Tuesday locate the water and light plant where you please. We do not favor and never have favored the Snider lot for the lo cation of the power house: luit we do think that either of the other locations on the west creek are good, and would please the majority of the people should it lie located on either. j Wk give space for a notice sig...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 29 March 1906

To the Public. t 9 , Having been awarded the beau. M .tiful gjjld watch aea special prize for thcp most voles at second count btrliafrch 21, 1906tn th Jack son Herald Popular Girl Con J iest, I want to express my thanks ; .:. and appreciation to my friends . 'i ,Who kindly gave me their aid.., . .'m I am still, in the contest and working for the piano, and rili be glad of any aid furnished me fn any wayY ' .4. " Thanking yp'u ""for past kind .; esB and soliciting you aid, I am, respectfully, Sophia L. KiNbER." Given Up to Die,, . B. Spiegel, 1204 N. Virginia St., Evanaville, Ind., writes: "For over five years I was troubled with kidney and bladder- affections which caused me much pain and worry. I lost flosh and was all run down, and a year ago had to abandon work entirely. I had three of the beBt physicians who did me no good and I was practi cally given up to die. Foley's Kidney Cure was recommended and the first bottle gave me great relief, and af tor taking the second bottle I w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 29 March 1906

i V 1 L.L..llUUlJXlgJ' 8 mm tsa tumml Ladies Only ate aWIki IM a. e am.!. M latreaw oir BaMMf a? CSTmh Zre wlniiM trfty 1 1 1 aw a Maaiira, , , .T,, . TJ. , - - -, m lt. 11m nr f re ..- ftm - - m j: " . - i . iv o. an) mii n mmm ? km w n w ma. y t -.t:.t .... b, I MVTmi i aviraiy 3l M M Um to. aal.aa. Ih miiu f MMMMMMMMMMa Mr rtli Mil foe Wxl . ara Ucmiklr BisMa. Bkb Caaaa rkat ft IM C l s ' ALVOIA UPPUl COWPABY, MSTMtM F1r Street, tt- ful. ft. V rfCa BBHMHHBIHHHIHHHIiHMHIHBHHBMHBHHIHHHiHK THE IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE IS THE MOST DIRECT ROUTE FROM ST. LOUIS to HOT SPRINGS. ARK., MEXICO, and CALIFORNIA. About 28? cre of land, known 'MtheWm. Byrd farm, 6 miles northwest of Jackson on the Oak Ridge road, near the Roberta school house, in jrood state of cultivation. Easy- .terme. For particulars, inquire of Ed. Howard, Agt., Jackson, Mo. Two In One Winter. C. E. Emeraon of Fitzwilliaro, N. I!., had two attacks of pneu tnonia in one winter. . He writes that two- pbywieianeeejd-hw oooMj i not ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 29 March 1906

i-n Th W. C T. V. (Published by Hequcat.) The following km composed by an honorary member of the Harnett un ion after hearing MIsh Shaner lecture: There's a murmur in the air, You can hear it everywhere ; 'Tia a voice that's cortie to stay Twill surely win the day, They are talking (or me and you Hurrah for the W. C. T. U.! There's trouble brewing fast, For the man that bossed the past; His day is drawing nigh, When some other job he'll try; 'Cause there's nothing that wo man can't do Hurrah for the W. C. T. U.l Now the battle has begun, And a daily victory won ; Their standard is flowing with ease; It can be seen in every breeze; A battle-cry of what they will do Hurrah for the W. C. T. U.l Since the time of livo's existence Woman has been known for great persistence; Now she's fighting to prove That the home they must im prove. It interests both me and you Hurrah for the W. C. T. U. ! Their motto is, "kill it quick, We must destroy the liquor traffic To give us men with our meas u...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 29 March 1906

Notice. Ttf v.--' . Our Piano anf 'J'onulaaxl contest will notTse sdorteT than April 18th nor will it run ;lontfer than May 31st. Somewhere twcen these dates it will be clo's.-, 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. To The Girts. '';i''-V-v. ; : PECIAETPRI FOR APROL 111 k The votes of the contestants will be published each week from now on, and the young lady who gets no increase in her vote each week, will be dropped from the list. We want only workers, and you must either work or get your friends t work if vou desire to t ay in the contest. Most of the contestants are doing good work. By April 1st we would like to have the photo of each contest ant that we may have the half tone made and run each contest ant's picture in the Hkkai.l with the vote received. This is not to exhibit your photo, but it is to aid you. Some of you...

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

TTlHlE J)AG!K&N IMlEISAlLID) VOL. IX. A ACKSON. MISSOURI, THURSDAY, APRIL T, 1U00. NO.' 21 Lap Robes and Horse Blankets a fine assortment. Come at once. D. KLEIN. .rsis g b g c a a a n rrnnnr g m svir i LOCALS i "op o o o o o 8 g aaa b aoJUUUULaJia Wheat 80o to-day. Piano moving a specialty with Beuckemann. Lowest prices on garden tools at Wolter's Hardware store. To-morrow is Arbor Day. Garden tools up to the minute at Wolter's Hardware store. You can buy your Easter nov elties at Hasslinger's very cheap. Wilson Dean has gone to the Cape act as a city mail carrier for thirty days. Garden tools of every descrip tion at Wolter's Hardware store. Household goods handled care fully by Heuckemann's wagons. J. W. Miller, merchant and postmaster at Kurreville, was in town Monday. Our motto: Quick service. City Transfer Company. Phone 221. We want your trade. Come and examine our fine lino of bug gies, road wagons and surries. , Klein. John Turner purchased a fine horse front J. A. Sadl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 5 April 1906

ZT CHARLES Copyright. 190G. by CHAPTER XXVII. Continued. Before Hawk's party hnd traveled ery far, Louis perceived how serious a turn affairs had tnken and reconsid ered his refusal of Hawks' aid. "Make, some proposition to me. Hawks," aald IxmiI, "and if It it a reasonable one, I will accept It." "Too late now, Lang," replied Hawks, who saw greater advantage In ret in Ins possession of the plate. "I m Rlad you didn't lake me up be fore. This will make mo a great mam." "Vou forget who I am," returned I .an. "I am the leader of this Insur rection." "Not by a long shot!" retorted Hawks. "You engineered It but eomobody else will have something to sy here besldo you and I think It ilt be me! By excising you I can get the upper hand here." "Your reign will lie short. You don't know the strength of the Sohi'lor par ty yet. How c!o you know hut what they are now combining for a return attack and that they will eventually unpowor you?" "1 have the bulge either way!" Hawks replied. "If Schil...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 5 April 1906

Money In Tree Planting. There are millions of acrna In tht United Biatea today In prlvcte owner ship which are not adapted to form ing, but which would ray a handsome return on the Investment If planted to trees and systematically cared tot aa a forest plantation. Loses Hair by Fright. Paul IJowlea of Bolivar, N. Y., lost his hair by fright. A runaway horse threw him Into convulsions and caused an illness of several weeks, during which all of his hair camo out. NO RE8T NIGHT OR DAY. With Irritating 8kln Humor Hair Be gan to Fall Out Wonderful Re ault from Cutlcura Remedies. "About the luttcr rart of July my whole body bexan to Itch. I did not take much notice of It at first, but It began to get worse all the time, and then I began to get uneasy and tried all kinds of baths and other remedies that were recommended for skin hum ors; but t became worse all tho time. My hair begun to fall out and my scalp Itched all the time. Especially at night, just as soon aa I would get In bed and g...

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

Jackson Hkrald. REPUBLICAN IN POLITICS. B. F. LUSK 1'i-BLisiiKH Rntorec t th pmloffti- m .Iw-lninn. Mo. at cond-rliuw niHtter Norrnibi-r I. IMli. Term for the IIbkai.h tire a-fol lows: Wnr nn lour II. no 61i month SO Three month m 0lo fcastdence. 143 Advertising Uatkk: Loral flc per line ench Insertion. Professional Card 15 per year. Lefnl Advertise ment legal r:ite. Display ad rate made known on application. JACKSON. MO , APltlL 5. Conventions. The Republican State nominat ing convention will bo held at Kxcelaior Springs, May 31st. The Republican Judicial con vention will be held at Jefferson City, July 2ith. Court Directory County court meets at Jackson the first Monday in February, May, August and November Probate court meets atJacksoni"llorse that kind of newspaper the second Monday in February, May, August and November. Circuit court meets at Jackson i the first Monday in January, May j and the third Mjiid.iy in AuguM. Common pleas court meets at Cape Girardeau the fourth Mon d...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 5 April 1906

From PocahonU. Well, it seems that spring has arrived at last and farmers are now getting busy sowing oats. Sunday, April 1st, a crowd of boys from here went to New Bethel and waited at the creek as they expected to witness the bap tizing of about seven persons, but to their great amazement it was postponed till the first Sunday in May. The boys took it as an April fool and returned home for refreshments. B. C. Schmidt and Pete Leimer went to Jackson, Saturday, on business. It is now a fact that Herman Kieninger has sold nib interest in the furniture store to his brother, Henry. I hope the Volksfreund correspondent won't have the au dacity to criticize this statement as he did once before. Mr. Beckemier of Norborne, Mo., is here visiting hisdaughter, Mrs. R. Landgraf. The Pocahontas Cornet Band surprised John Starzinger, Sat urday night. As his birthday was on that day they intended to ser enade him, but bofore the boys left, John came in town and the boys all left, unsuspected, for...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 5 April 1906

Stallions and Jicks for Sale. I have three Ptalliunn and eight jacks. Sonic of them are for sale. Any one in the market for stock of that kind will do well to come and see me before buying else where. W. K. SriiAtiK, 4-12 Jackson Mo. J leil's Island Tort lire is no worse than the case of piles that afflicted me Id years ago. Then I was advised to apply HueklenV Arnica Salve, and less than a Imx permanently cured me, w litis 1. S. Napier, of Kujj gles, Ky. Heals all wounds, burns aiid sores like m.-tio. 12 i at l'U S K. U 001S, druj.:-ist. 1 1 it 1 1 1 a 1 1 I'.looil Marks A tale of liorror was told by marks of human blood in the home of ,). V. Williams, a well known merchant of Mac, Ky. He writes: "Twenty years njo I had severe hemorrhages of the lungs, and was near death when I began taking lr. King's New Discovery. It completely cured nie and I have lvmamed well ever since. ' It cures hemorrhages, chronii" coughs, settled colds, bronchitis, anil is the only known cure fur weak lun...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 5 April 1906

High School Day. C. G., P. & C. Time Card. Lived -Wmr Tools I IM1 m I Keen Kutterqiiil- I Hundla Ihowlni i ity tell in Hit long Grfllswr W.d.. tVH 1 3 life tif Kern Kutter U gn , TN 2M. jjjj better work and I , 'i' "! ''Il'i', U enater satisfaction. H i f f 1,.' J 'j'iiiji, ra It it nut an unusual II '-if I ff iff : 1 1 2 H thing for Keen Kut- II M i jR ter Tools to ba II jVyy? frym?iP. in paved down from SmiiUKtlKSBSiUWtSSSMIJtKSmSS Li father to son, so long The long life of Keen Kntter Tooli compared with the short term of serine of interior liran.ls niakei Keen Muter loots by far the leut exoemivi tool that you can buy. The mmmmn trademark rovers eiery kind of tools so that you may always be sure of hij lust quality ly imistint upon Keen Kutter Tools. An example of the Keen Kutter excellence is found in Keen Kutter Had lifts uud I Ian. lie. I Axes. These are tnadeof the highest pradc of steel, on the mot approicl lines, ami by the best wmkiiien. Kvery KeinKi.tter lli.t. lit a...

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

To the Girls. SPECDAL PRIZE FR ATOIL 11. Remember we must have a re lrt from each contestant each week. We must report to the Vernon Music Co. each week and we must have an exact report each week from the contestants. I 'lease do not overlook this. Marriage License. c will ive to the young1 lady making the greatest gain between March 25th and April 11 at ( o'clock p. in., a Lady's Glove Case, Jewel Case and Mirror. The complete set is valued at S20.00. THEY ARE GIVING THEM AWAY All the young ladies who have entered our Piano and Popular Girl Contest, as well as their many friends, will be glad to learn that voting coupons are given away by the following business firms of Jackson: Clarence Brnderiek and Adele Mason; V. M. Craig and Lizzie Vanopen; .1. II. Kstes and Daisy Proctor; K. A. Kinder and Minnie Wilds; Krnest Miller and Myrtle Hnrtle. Grand Entertainment. On Thursday evening, April 12, l!HHi, the cadets of the J. M. A. who belong to the baseball team, will (jive a dclighful e...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 12 April 1906

F.V SiirapKn Secretory tnt Time Jackson Hebmb t ...tin snrlntv roMiniM" v i VOL. IX. JACKSON. MISSOURI, THURSDAY, APRIL 12, 1900. NO. 22 Want to trade, ten New Buggies for Second-hand Buggies in next few daysa bargain. Come at once. D. KLEIN, rtnnrg 5 vrrrwrmrvTr LOCALS i Wheat 80i to-day. Mrs. Nellie Beasley has moved to Schumer Springs. Piano moving a specialty with Beuckemann. Robt. Tirmenstein of Benton was in Jackson last Saturday. Lowest prices on garden tools at Wolter's Hardware store. The Frisco shops are to be moved from Cape Girardeau to Chaffee. Garden tools up to the minute at Wolter's Hardware store. Judge L. F. Thomas of Gravel Hill made us a pleasant call last Friday. Garden tools of every descrip tion at Wolter's Hardware store. R. W. Russell is again ready to attend to business after several weeks illness. Household goods handled care fully by Beuckemann's wagons. J. A. 8adler has moved from Wnnt Jackson to the country. He has rented the Haiston Poe farm. Our motto...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 12 April 1906

Our Pattern Department GIRLS' SHIRRED DRESS. Pattern No rr.J1.-This dainty little shirred dress was developed in Alio; lup China silk, an effect ixe touch be ing given ly the shoulder str.ip of black velvet. T I so xvaist blouses prct tlly all around. and Is attached to the full short skirt. All the materials that hlr easily are adaptable, kuoIi as cash mere, albatross, pongee, dimity and lawn. The medium size will require three yards of Xti-inrh material. Sizes for S. 7, 8, 9. 10 and 12 years. This pattern will be Rent to yoi on receipt of 10 cents. AddresH all orders to the Pattern Department of thlspapcr. dure to (five nine and number nf pat tern wanted. For convenience, write your order on the following coupon: No. 5521. SIZE NAME ADDRESS .. Our Pattern Department GIRLS' NIGHT-GOWN. Pa'ftn No ry. An 'lUir.u iii xv and r '. t y in Me way of u :let iiitm gar ; , nt for tin little ones is alwuys xvel ivni"l by in 'i ' : s. especially if 1; com- i i"- . i'i f r i '! beamy The lit : ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 12 April 1906

Our Pattern Department NATIONALITY- ESTABLISHED. , RATES ON SLIDING SCALE. XIMZS' KIMOKA "Kim" Wu Vo Dag wnH S Seme UbcIm Wis War "Osps." Quests Were Charged According ta What They Appeared to Be Werth. SOUTH AFRICAN HORSES. Thers might b room for argument 1 rlfl o tas landlord of tba ver to proposition that Ua tra4a M i ho,el t Kingston Plain., N. H., wa. profaselo makes taa maa; but la ear- nan by tha nana of Hoyt. Ha kept tala eaaaa thara eould ba so doubt Meelleot . house, but charted bla about Ua relation of sailing and as i naaU oa a alldlng acala, graduated to traction, say. Youths Companion. th,lr meana or Inclination to par, or A worker among Ua children of Phrased It, "got as near tha kick- Notr Tork'i aluma waa endeavoring to , "nit aa It wai aafa to go.' Pattern No. 61102. Kvery girl enjoyt Ua luxury that, a lounging robe afford Japanese crepe with bands of plain material waa chosen to develop thl charming design for a klmona. Th garment Is comfortably shaped by un-der-a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 12 April 1906

I Jackson Herald. RKTVBUCAN IN POLITICS. B. F. LUSK.; l'UHLlsllKIt Knlrn kt the pontnflli' at JH-knn. III). 41 conl-lm mutter Nnvenibrr 4, IM. Term for the Hbkai.ij arc a fol lows: " For one year l.ou Sli months ; Three months :w Offl" Rldni-e. Apvbrtisisq iIatkr: Local flc i per line each insertion. Professional Card 5 per year. Legal Adverti-e-menu legal rates. Display ad rales wade known on application. .1ACKSON. MO.. rniL12 lWKi Conventions. The Republican State nominat ing convention will be held at Excelsior Springs, May 31st. The Republican Judicial con vention will be held at .Jefferson City, July 2(ith. Court Directory County court meets at Jackson the first Monday in February, May, August and November. Probate court meets at Jackson the second Monday in February, May, August and November. Circuit court meets at Jackson the first Monday in January, May and the third Monday in Augutst. Common picas court meets at Cape Girardeau the fourth Mon day in January, May and Sep temb...

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