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

The Jackson Meealp, VOL. IX. JACKSON. MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MAY 3, 1906. ' '1 m num. o Want to trade ten New Buggies for-Second-hand Buggies In next few days--a bargain. Come at once. D. KLEIN. "2 LOCALS LJULjmJU.8..BJI-J 8 B-JJULftJU Wheat 80? to-day. Born, to J. A. Armstrong, Jr., and wife, Monday, a girl. You can get rope at Klein's. Born, last week, to D. E. Saw yer and wife of Puxioo, a girl. Piano moving a specialty with Beuckemann. Miss Agnes Robinson of St. Louis is visiting Mrs. Bernhard Gockel of this city. The general conference of the Methodist ohuroh, South, meets this month, commencing to-day. Lowest prices on garden tools . at Wolter's Hardware store. W. F, Sawyer of Greenville, Mo., has purchased the Central hotel at this place and will take charge soon. Garden tools up to the minute At Wolter's Hardware store. Rev. A. T. Osbron of Murry, Ky., preached in the Methodist church here, last Sunday night, to a good congregation. Don't forget to come to see our line of buggi...

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. — 3 May 1906

' w w ' w ar WORTH READING. Come to our "tore when you want your money's worth. You will get a good value every time you trade with ux. High grade and desirable goodH but the prices are unquestionably the lowest. Will quote you a few of the many prices below. lllg)) Grade Lawns of all colors, per yard 5c and up Apron and Drws Ginphams, per yard 5c and up Fine Ileady-mndc Ladles' Slilrt Waists, each 45c and up Ready-made Ladles' Up-to-date Pressing Skirts, each. $1.00 and up Pretty pattern Laces ot all wldtlis, each 2c and Dp Insertion to match. Ribhorm of all grades and Colors, per yard 2c and up Pretty designs of Embroideries of all width. Spring and Summer Suits and Pants for men, boys' and children. Special prices on Men's and Hoys' Hats. 17 pounds of Granulated Sugar for $1.00 Carpets and Rugs of all grades and colors made to fit your rooms and suit your pocket-book. You are welcome to a visit to our store. REEIIAN & ABRAHAM. MARKET PRICE PAID FO COUNTRY PHOOUCf. i Republica...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 3 May 1906

tn FWMM Mrs MLtLDdDFi Jir CHARLES MORRIS BUTLER. ditttor of "7Ze JPertvif of 9nrt" foremen 7ri3p nfyT-Wih, '2ti Copyright, 190S. by Charles Morrla Butler. CHAPTER XXVIII. Continued. It wan thought by Denver that the retreat to civilization should be begun at once, while the confusion reigned o the Inside, and before the mala ntranco to the tunnel should be dis covered. When' the party reached the main quarters In the ouve, the plunder was divided up as to weight and value. It was estimated by tho leaders that considerably more than a mUllon had been captured, besides a large quant ity of rare "CJems" and the counter feiting plate which foil to Lang alone. When dnrUness fell, the cavalcade et out. The party was rather handi capped for lack of horses, on extras 'being procured. Some of the hardy .rangers started out on foot, leading their mounts, trying to keep their atock fresh for the race they expected twould follow detection when their flight was discovered. An advance and rear gu...

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

Our Pattern Department LAJDDCS' SHLSTWAJ8T. rattern No. 6526. This eiceptlonal ly attractive shirtwaist was developed In nleached pongee. A design In hand embroidery U worked In heavy silk on the space In front, but lace or any pre ferrei mode of trimming may be used instead. Narrow tucks at each side of the front allow becoming fulness, while those at the back extend down to waist line at each side of the clos ing. Tafteta, linen, mohair and albat ross will all make up effectively after this pattern. The medium size will re quire 2 yards of 36-Inch material. Sizes for 32, 34. 36, 38, 40 and 42-Inch bust measure. Tills rattern will be Kent to yon on receipt of 10 cents. Address all orders to the Pattern Department of this paper. Be sure to give size and number of pat tern wanted. For convenience, write your order on the following coupon: No, 5526. EIZK MAMS... ADDRESS Our Pattern Department LADIES' COSTUME. Patterns Nos. 6571 and G389. This charming toilette was constructed of tan-c...

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

NOTHING; SUCCEEDS LIKE SUCCESS. People' In AH Walks of Llfa, Who ar Affllct.d With Pile Com to' Ma t Bo Curod, Became My Treatment Haa Been Proven a Success. i That la why no martjr who are afflicted . with Pile, Klstulti, Flssurs and all dis aaira of the rectum come to me to ls cured. As proof of this statement I pub lish In my books, circulars and the press, letters and the name of hundred of eured patients, both ladles and gentle men, who came to me to be cured be cause my success In effecting cures la unprecedented. Many people wno ax afflicted Invest! ate me, my methods, treatment, etc, by writing- to my former patients, snd come In for treatment without wrltlns a word before hand. I prefer to have you do this way, for If you do It, when you come ) will have your confidence, and you will sot be skeptical as to what 1 can do for ou. , Send for book for men, also book for Indies. j OR. M. NEY SMITH, Bpeclitllst, I (14 I'lno BU, Ut Louis, o. Mr. Leon Sella. Well Known -In Com-! me...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 3 May 1906

Jackson Herald. REPUBLICAN IN rOLITICB. B. P. LUSK Pvhi.ishbh aterrc at the doM-oHW Jm'kann. Mo. cond-clHM matter NoTumber 4 . is". Term for the Hbkald are h fol lows: For one year ?S Sti months 0 Three months 30 pnoms: Office 5 Residence 143 JACKSON. MO., MAY 3. l0fl CONVENTIONS. Precinct meetings, May 12, to select delegates to the County Convention. County Convention, to select delegates to the State, Judicial and Congressional conventions, meets in Jackson, May 19. County Primary to nominate county officers, Saturday, May 26. The Republican Judicial con vention will be held at Jefferson City, July 2(5th. The Republican State nominat ing convention will be held at Excelsior Springs, May 31st. ANNOUNCEMENTS. SHERIFF. We are authorized to announce F. A. Kage as a candidate for sheriff, subject to the voters at the Republican primary, May 26. We are authorized to announce Bernhard Gockel as a candidate for re-election to the office of sheriff, subject to the will of the voters at th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 3 May 1906

SETIMCXHATXOft, Sua' In' roun' 6a corner , 1 An" eomplalnin' of hla luck Hi t 'bout da tnoa' unfortunata Of any case l'a atruck. ' It tin' berauae he'e gone kaen broka I'm aympathlaln' an. ' It'a 'cauae ha Jaa" alan'a roun' an' kicks, Inatld 0' ahovalln' mow. Of CO' soma fua' claaa people fin'a Dat Fortune (wine to frown. But disposition la de thine Dat hol'a folka up or down. Da man dat worka kin rlae acaln. In aplta of any blow. But dnr'a no chance for dam dat klcka Inatld o' ahavalln' anow. Waahlngton Star. THE PRINCESS WAITS By JEAN COURTENAY lODpjtrlckc, iw, by jowpk a. BowIm.) It was a yellow room, ber sanctum, and seemed to hold eternal sunshine. It was at the top of the great town bouse, and extended right through the building from east to west. Wide case- ment windows with deep window seats opened out, on the east, to the park; o that you looked away Into green ness and space, and missed the traffic that surged In the roadway beneath. Tha walls were hung with old yellow tap...

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

THE ORGAN GRINDER S DREAM Br JUUA TRUITT BISHOP (Author of "Tha Runswsy Inmsta." Etc.) (Opyrlfht, IH, by Josapa B. Bowie.) Anionic) lived in the Italian quarter, just oft Ursuiines street, but he also lived like a prlnre of the royal blood. He had an entire room to himself! tor this he was not liked by the other Italians, who dwelt whole fam ilies together In a room, so that lata comers at night had to step over 12 or 15 prostrate bodies to rearh their own special corner. They felt, with justice, that he was giving himself airs. Antonio, Indeedl a common Dago with a monkey! They them selves were Italians, but they called him a "Dago," with that shrug of the shoulders and outward sweep of tCe aupple palm that express more con tempt than other men know how to put Into words. When dayllgut came a swarm of warthy men poured out of the dingy houses that made up the Italian quar ter. An. I Antonio, also, arose betimes very morning and was off to his work he and Manuella. Big, strong Amer ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 3 May 1906

x Cousin Bill's Correspondence By BIRTA RUCK It-'epyrisai, ie, k Juaayk . Seolet.j HIS LETTER TO HEH. Nsw Haven, Conn., Jan. IS. My Dear Madia: Her ara tha anap-ihota I promised you. I dare! opad them tba day I got back. I hope you ara all right. I enjoyed my holi day at Christmas rary much, thanks to your keeping things lively all tha time. The only part I didn't Ilka wa being chaffed about Mollle's engage ment. Of course I laughed and tried to take no notice, but I did mind. Especially mother's saying that she tuought I was so derated to Mollle, and wondered I took It ao calmly. 80 I was, and so I am now, and I'd give anything to sea that fellow out of the way. Tha other day I was reading one of ;. her letters through, and I must say blame her a little. Anyone would .y If they read them that she not , ly encouraged me, but led ma die- 'ctly to understand that ska cared rout ma. I am sure all her people ought so too, for I was tba first to told of her engagement. 11 Although I care...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 3 May 1906

rlOw rft Home of the Sidneys C Ludlow Castle in Shropshire of Famous English Family Now a Ruin (Special Correspondence.) There nro some people who rnn :harm us ns easily across the ccn lurlcs ns they rouhl across the tea able. One of these Is Sir l'lillip Sl.l ey, whose "sweet iittrnettvo klndo or trace" has lost little of Its power jince tiny when, his friends found "contlnunll comfort in his fare." There lire perhaps more memories Jtored In I.udlow, the home of the Sid joys in Shropshire, than In nny oilier if that long row of castles that guard id the Welsh herder. In very early Jays history claimed It for her own, nd romnncp took liberties with It. livery mined room has Its ghost, even .1 ll tins no ttoor nun one imisi uoi rxpert everything In one room. Kings have besieged it, princes have lived Si It, women have loved in It, from Iho time when Roger do l,ael raised Its Norman keep to the day that 3eorgo I. made it uninhabitable. Many apes and many hands have left their mark upo...

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

ADMINISTRATRIX'S NOTICE. 770110 U hereby given that letters of administration upon the nutate of Frederick C. Schmidt, dcoeased, have been (ranted to the undersigned by the probate court of Cape Girardeau county, bearing date the 2Ut day of February, WW. All persons having claim against aid estate are required to exhibit them to me for allowance within one ye.ir from the date of said letter or thev may be precluded rrom any ben efit's of such estate: an! If auld clalnia be not exhibited within two years from the date or publication of thin notice they wilt b forever barred. Ibabbll Sctimidt. Administratrix. SHERIFF'S SALE OF REAL KS- TATE IN PARTITION. In the Clroul Court of Cape Girar deau (bounty, Missouri. Januury term, 190. Friday. Jan. 12,1906, It being the 6th day of the regular Jan. term. 1H08, of the said court held at Jackson, Cape Girardeau county, Missouri. Henry J. llobeck, Tlalntlfl 1 Partl- v. Ulim Or- Mlna Huttltf and Johanna f der of Zschllle, Defendants J Sale nyvlr...

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

m mm mm AT 4 'LOCK P. M a Voting Coupons given at each of the stores named below ex'cept C. H. Wolter, Wm. Wagner, Frank Mogler and Morgan & Ranney. A fine list of Elegant Prizes for Popular Cape County Girls. Popular because their votes make them so. niiBTi I 'T iiini r"-"i---i n-n 1 i i- V Y.!l; I?5Iw,,'ii.i f fin in tiJL::: ; n n : JWftf J l.'i.' CONTESTANTS. Miaa Sophia Kinder, Gravel Hill " Ruth Stevens, Cape Girard'u " Marie Kipping, Tilsit " Winnie Slack, Jackson Mrs. Dollie Tuttle, Jackson 6 Miss Iva Kurre, Oak Ridge 7 " FlosBie Kurre, Burfordville 8 " Linda Wagner, Jackson 9 " Daisy Morgan, Jackson 10 " Myrtle Proffer, Crump 11 " Erma Pickens, Cape Girar'u 12 " Morna Beattie, Jackson SEVEN HUNDRED DOLLARS in PREMIUMS given in the Jackson Herald Premium Contest. The least premium is worth one month's work. 40 400 ELEQAWT GHIAIiVilDLT PI AW GIVEN BY VERNON UUSIC COMPANY, KANSAS CITY, HO. $100.00 DIAMOND RING - Given by citizens $70.00 $25.00 $10.00 $5.00 Buggy and Ha mew....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 10 May 1906

tttfflE JACKSN HERALD) K V S:, VOL. IX. JACKSON. MISSOURI, THURSDAY; MAY 10, 190(5. NO. 2I Want to trade ten New Buggies for Second-hand Buggies in next few daysa bargain. Come at once. D. KLEIN. mm IV V SATURDAY, MAY 19, 1906; YOU CAN HELP SOME GIRL Win some of the prizes we arc fjoini; to give away Saturday, May Did von ever know in the history of Cape (Jinir denu Count v of an v other paper tfivintf away so many val uahle prizes? An'd all it takes to win is work. All you have to do is to secure new subscribers and renewals to the Herald and to do that is not hard work. All the people who want a fairly good readable paper want to get acquainted witli the Herald. Help them do so. THE CONTEST CLOSES ON May 19th at 4 o'clock p. m. and not a single vote will be counted after that time or can be put in the box. Remem ber this and you will have no trouble in casting your votes and will cause others no trouble. UR. 0. V. VERNON Representing the Vernon Music Co., of Kansas City, Mo., will...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 10 May 1906

American Society of Equity Meets tin' 2nd and -41 1 1 Saturdays in each mouth at the court house in Jackson, Mo. Orren Wilson', Attorney at Law AND Notary Public. Collections a Specialty. Cape Ulnmletiti, Mo. R.T. Keicl & Sons CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS AND GENERAL HOUSE MOVERS JACKSON, MO. Phone No. 18B GEO. PEDIGO, JACKSON, MO., CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER. Itriili r in l"w ii pi" 1 i.t rt--lo.Mii rnt I ;k tt iiin htni-f. A ' :i I'll V i f I hr pt ti r i- 1 i ' il wolk :t ml h'I t V ; Up in veil vim t urfvr to -.11 I. -tit l it 1 1 1 ri'i I . YOUR CONTRACT WORK SOLICITED. El). I). II AYS. Attorney at Law AND Notary Public. i kkick- Opposite Central Hotel JACKSON. MO. Sain Vandivort Compiles Abstracts tf Titles from the only pet of Abstract Books in the County. Your business will be given care ful attention : : : : : : : : Jackson, Missouri. Dr. V. Alsop. Resident Dentist. OftV Dentistry Frnctiecd in All Its Crunches. Office phone ITS; Uosidoiice 7!1 A naestliet ies for t he painless ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 10 May 1906

Program Of the grand picnic to be given by the M. E. Church, South, for the Sunday School, Saturday, May 12, 1900, at the old fair grounds: '. 9 o'clock meeting and forma tion at the church. Let all be prompt. Grand parade, reaching grounds at 10 o'clock. Music, by band. ' Song "My Country 'Tis of Thee," by school. Prayer by Kev. J. J. Lovett. Remarks of Welcome by R. M. McCombs. AddreHS of the day Dr. Jo seph Clark, of Columbus, Ohio. "Timothy Stand I5y." Grand picnic dinner. Shoo Hcramble contest Class es: Husy Heos and Faithful Follower. l'otatoe Race (Girls only,) classes 11 ami 10. FK Raw classes 4 and 7. Tup, of War Contest Artillery and Infantry. Jumping Broad, running, half i TEACH BOYS FARMING hammer, standing high, running! KANSAS TO METHODS INTRODUCE NEW INTO SCHOOLS. Pupil Ar to B (Siren Sectloni of land to Cttltivt SUU Proud of Iti Schools Education 8ytem ! Tried Out. high. Fat Man's Race. Sack Race. Bridge Classes 5, 6 and 3. Nail Driving Contest Ladies only. Throwing ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 10 May 1906

Jackson Herald. KBI'UKLICAN IN POLITICS. B. K. LITSK 1'1'IILIKIIK.H Kntrrfic t h pot4imr nt Jai'kmn. eond-ii mttrr Norrniher 4. ISC Term fr t he IIkiiai.d are aw fol lows: For one year 11.00 gli months JO Three month OflW traldrnrt UN 142 Advertising Ratkb: Loral 6c per line eneh Insertion. Professions! fVif,l tK nor venr. I.eir.ll Advert!!-- ments leo-al rates. Pit-piny ad rates made known on appnruimn. JACKSON. MO., MAY 1. IWrt CONVENTIONS. Precinct meetings, May 12. to I select delegates to the County j Convention. County Convention, to select J delegates to the State, Judicial and Congressional conventions, meets in Jackson, May lit. County Primary to nominate county officers, Saturday, May 26. The Republican Judicial con vention will be held at Jefferson I City, July 20th. Tho Republican State nominat- j ing convention will be held at i Excelsior Springs, May 31st. ' ANNOUNCEMENTS. sheriff. We are authorized to announce h F. A. Kaee as a candidate for., sheriff, subject to the ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 10 May 1906

Additional Local. Summer dusters are in de mand. See Klein. The Armour case is being tried now. Hay for sale at warehouse op posite Mill B. The Jaokson ice plant started up this week. Vou can get hay at warehouse opposite Mill B. For Sale Four lots in Jackson. Apply at this office. Attend the precinct meetings next eaiuraayr For real bargains go to Jewel- Hasslinger's closing out sale. er ilasslinger s closing Fred. H. Schrader of the Cape was in Jackson last Saturday. The time will soon be here for reaper whips. Klein has them. Dr. J. J. Mayfield of Schumer Springs was in Jackson last week. Stock peas of all varieties can be hud at McAtee's Seed Store. See the call for the Republican primary on May 26th in this issue. For good hay call on Chas. Behrens at warehouse opposite Mill B. If you have lost a Derby hat see August Frederick of Jackson. For Sale Two lots in Garvin, Indian Territory. Apply at this office. Buy your furniture from Ba'r tels A McCombs; and ask for Herald coupons....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 10 May 1906

DKIFTS INTO ARCTIC. MESSAOE - BEAKINO BOTTLE IS FOUND AT LAST. 3ft Afloat in Mid Ocean, It Ii Plck.d Up In Northern Circle by Nor wegian St. Louie Man Give finder Reward. St. Louli. Mo. A niensaso in a bot tle act edrirt in the middle of the At Ian lie ocean and picked up on tbe roaflt of Norway, baa been returned to iti somler, Col. John A. Ockerson, well-known Si. Loiilaan. Col. Oik erwin has ent the Under the promised reward of fli) to u little Norwegian town beyond (he arctic circle. The buttle was one of three thrown overboard from a steamship last Au UiiHt while Col. Ockerson and his wife were on llieir way to Kiuope. The otb er two have uol been lieunl from. Col. O.Kersun was recently decorated by KinR Os-mr of Sweden In recogui t ion of liis M-rticra to th.n country at tin world .' I.itr. 'I'll'- linttV was atloat IT'! days from 'lie time ii was si 1 adrift until fnmi. .la tr.iary nt Kb''.. -tad. 'n tlie l."f" ti n I- !a i. Is a i lia . ii .i1: ; i '. i'it ' I iii tin coast ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 10 May 1906

W. C. T. U. Cape Girardeau county held its 2nd Annual W. C. T. U. Institute in the Hnptist church of Jackson, May 3rd and 4th with Miss Berthe J. Bowers and Miss Koena Shaner as leaders. They being assisted in the devotions by the pastors of the Baptist and Methodist churches. On the eve of May 3rd, Miss Bowers delivered a forceful lee ture to a large and appreciative audience. The subjects on the programme were freely discussed by the members 6f institute. The Unions of Capo Girardeau, Oak Ridge and Jackson were rep resented. - Those in attendance were great ly benefited and encouraged by th helpful and instructive work of our consecrated utid earnest leaders. Many difficult points were made plain and easy. Kach one having the privilege to be present can now do her work with renewed enthusiasm. A Silver Medal Contest was held in J. M. A. Hall on the eve of May 4ih. The contestants did well. The medal was awarded to Lloyd Macom. The evening programmes were interspersed with good mus...

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

County Correspondence. FROM DAISY. We had a little frost here last Sunday night. Houck's railroad is making very irregular trips through this place of late Mr. Harris, our store keeper at this' place, is doing a good bus iness. Squire II. W. Hahs is at Jack son, this week, attending court. F. A. Kage and F. .1. Taoke have been through our neighbor hood during the past few days. These gentlemen will get a good vote in this and adjoining pre cincts, if reports are true. D.D. PROM (iOKDONVII.l.K. As I haven't !ecn anything from (.Sordonville foriiuite awhile thought 1 would send in few item-. (Hordonvihe t? on a boom now. A few new building g"ing tip. They are putting up a new barn for the Rural Mail Carrier. The new house on North Street is completed now. Mr. Farrer moved up in the new building on North street Mr. Kerstner has moved where Mr. Farrer lived. Mr. Fritz Kiemers moved where Mr. Kerstner lived. Mr. Kain has moved to Poca hontas. Mr. Hager has purchased that property. Mr. W....

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