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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 23 August 1906

The Fraternal Order of Colonials. A Fraternal Beneficiary Society , Organized Under the Laws of the State of Missouri. Reserve Fond Created From In ception of the Order. Objects of the Order. Thf purpose of thin organ litttlon Is to unit In a Fraternal body all whits male persona of good moral diameter; between the aea of 18 and 60 years, who can pasa the necessary medical ex amination, and who are not engaged la hazard ous occupations. Government. The members of the Order are united Into Local Axsemhlle, and are ptverned by a Ku- rreino Assembly of 2(1 members elected by all he members of the Order every four years. The laws enacted by the Supreme Assembly aro applied by the Supreme Executive Committee consisting of the six Supreme Officers of the Order, and by a Supremo Auditing Committee of three representative business men. Plan of Operation. The amount of money the beneficiaries of a member receive at his death depends upon the rerlod of membership. If death occurs during he fi...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 23 August 1906

Iliiv IYvcr rtiiil SutiMiifi' ' CIt!s. Victims of liny feycr will ex perience great benefit by taking Foley's Honey and Tar, ns it stops difficult breathing imme diately and heals the inflamed air passages, nnd even should "it fuil to cure you it will give in Htant relief. The genuine is in a yellow package. Sold by the Jackson Drug Co. OKDKIt M' HIU.ICATloN. Stato of Mi-vuii i. County of Capetiirarileau. ' In tlie ( lUr.irdeau Court "f Common I'lfa vt Cii Oiranteaii I'ountv. Mav Term. AdrliaA. Wrinkle, I'laintilT. ) V. ( William Wrinkle. I vfendant. The State ol Missouri, to the above named defendants, tvrtinn; Now here this liith day of .tune. l!Ni, in session of term time of Cape (ilrardeau i 'ouit of Common I'leas of Cape fiiranleau Count y, Missouri, at May term. V. of said Court, comes plaint Iff herein h atlornesof record herein. U'tore said Court anil on he- ii I'! half of plaint ill liles petition in suit herein, ami also altld:iit ol plaint ill lie re it i. u n ioi 11; ol ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 23 August 1906

T OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCOOOOOOOOOOOOOOt3000000000000000000000COOOOOO ft THE COMMENCING SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 18, AND CLOSES SEPT. I Here we com nuiu with our high grade of Merchandise and the very lowest of prices that the country ever heard of before. We will close from Thursday inoniitiir, August 1(5, till Saturday morning, August 18, to iut our knife in ihe prices and cut them to pieces. We want the people to look at our big fresh stock of Merchan dise and get the benefit of the low prices. Nothing of this elegant SI 5. 000.00 stock reserved everything goes. If you miss this greatest money-saving opportunity of your life time blame yourself, not us. It would be impossible to quote prices here on every article, but below we give you an idea of how we almost give away mer chandise at our sale. 53Special between the hours of 11 and 12 o'clock every day, we sell l,ooo yards best standard calicoes worth up to 7c for 3c per yard. Plain White Lawns worth 10c yard for 5...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 23 August 1906

Additional Locals. For Sale A black couch. Ap ply at this office. . Miss Cornelia Trickey started this morning for St. James, Mo., to visit her grand parents. A. T. Williams, of Fruitland, ... . transacted business in our city yesterday. VV. J. Armstrong, of Neely.s Landing, had business in Jack son yesterday. Superintendent Johnson is di recting the rock work and the building of the court house is going right. R. Si Wolter went to Burford- ... , . . . ville yesterday, to put onfthe guttering of Jas. Bowman'sjiew rinMptico Tom and Jim Taylor were called to Jonesboro, 111., last week on ac count of serious sickness of their mother. Died, in the hospital in St. Louis, Tuesday, Jasper Wise, of Millerville, Mo. lie was brought home for burial. He was a Z?Zr "m member of the Supreme lodge A. An you would find larger farra- O. U. W. ers, too, farmers perhaps keeping .... . .1 many cows and selling the bulk of Correct Living is the title ot a their mlllt to a creamery, atlll con- llOW book...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 30 August 1906

The Jackson IHIeisald) Is rs K V CIRCULATION tHOO. ALL THE l'KOl'LE. ESTABLISHED 18!)7 VOIlTx" JACKSON. MISSOURI, THURSDAY, AL'd. 'JO, liMMJ. NO. 2 Every citizen in Jackson, every resident of Cape Girardeau and surrounding counties should attend THE GRAND OPENING of the new store of Hoffmeister & Heinberg. With the opening of this store a new epoch in merchandising in Jackson will have begun. For weeks our buyers have been in the market centers inspecting and purchasing the best goods to be found. A stand ard of excellence, the highest, was established in the very outset, and every article selected was scrutinized closely and rejected unless it measured up to this same high standard of excellence. The policy of the new store Is to be one of greater values at equal prices and equal values at lower prices. Only dependable goods will be offered and these sold on a close margin of profit for GASH. Every article in the the house will be marked in plain figures, so that the child can ...

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. — 30 August 1906

Gossip from Interfiling Chatter of Mei and Events at Washington Secretary Root's Tour of Sulh Am;rican Countries Annual Houseclean ing at the White House Othrr Things. of Europe. I'nfortunatcly, the type of Americans with which the Latin Americans have become acquainted Is largely Mint of tho adventurer. A dis like has grown up because of this and also because our language, customs and Ideas ate all different from theirs. It Is to correct this Idea that Mr. Koot Is visiting the Katin AmcrVan republics and also wl'h the Idea of strengthening the time honored "iionroe doctrine and perhaps to lay tho foundation for a still stronger bond between the nations of tho Western Hem isphere, as agaiust the encroachment, commercially und politically, of foreign powers. Mr. Itoot will call to the attention of these South American countries the fact that from the time of their great wars for Independence, the United States has protected the southern continent from political aggression. He will en...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 30 August 1906

,, , -7 BIRD ENEMY OF POTATO BUG. "he Red-Breasted Grosbeak Found to Feed Liberally on the Insect. The red-breasted Grosbeak Is cred tod by William Dutchor, president of 'he National nsso'.latlon of Audubon mclptlvs, with being an arch enemy If the potato beetle, which In some lo talltloH Is more commonly known aa '.he "potato bug." As evidence of the food work that the red-breasted tiros leak does among the potato beetles i'he following Ktmeniont, credited to Heal, of tho department of agriculture, 'a Interesting: A few yearn ago 1 made some Inter esting observations In a Hmnll Held of otatoes near my house. No remedl ,1 measures were applied to the crop, lut both beetles and birds worn given fair field and no favor. At first 'he Insects Increased in numbers in fAIR OF" ni:i-i!Hi'.ASTKr) hi;ak. HERITACE OF CIVIL WAR. spite of the dally visits of the birds, but when the young of the latter wcro hatched, the numbers of the beetle; begun to diminish rapidly, uud when the young birds w...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 30 August 1906

( J ackson Hkicald. KKITHI.H'sN IN l'"l.lTIt. B K. U'SK. lTlil.l-IIKII Ft.r' t tin- pci.ifli. !it .iHi'kvti. Mn at ..,'. niil-i iH!.- ti.ntti-r Nmrit.l'cr lw?. CIKlTlT COURT. To Cure a Cold in One Day. State s. Henry Crites. selling j Tako Laxative Hronio Quinine liquor without license, l ine .-l'J. Tablets. All driimtH refund Pissmissetl as to two counts. the money if it fails to euro K. Elizabeth Nash vs. Arehie Nash, W. (Jroves's signature is on each divorce, dismissed. box. 25c. Virgil Mixer vs. Robert bald-; Term for the !Iki;ai.i ;re as tlridjre. damages, continued. 'tiw: For otic year. Six months . . . Three ni'iiitli!- 0 tf.rr belilni't' t, 00 ' Kate Thurban admr., vs. A. J. .Mi Schmidt and Louisa Wilson en """ focement of mechanics !ein,$4o0 I.'Mtll : damages.against the defendants. J. L. Jenkins vs. Chas. Hawn. 'partition, order of partition. , Whitewater Mercantile Co. vs. iivrHTKIMI ItATKH PV line cncli insertion. Troii ssinnHl ,lohn M. I evore, verdict for plain tiiM f ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 30 August 1906

nrrrinrrrrrrrinnrB u o t b vutq j LOCALS g Wheat (We to-day. A. J. Flentge of the Cape was in our city Monday. Fresh fish atF. A. Obermiller's South High street. Martin Koch of New Wells made our office a pleasant call Monday. Go to Wm. Bienlein's for a good meal or lunch. V. P. Thompson of Shawnee town had business in Jackson, Monday. Wanted Now; an elderly lady desiring a position as house keeper. Address Ernest .Cald well, Millerville, Mo. 9-16 The St. Louis annual con ference will be held at Poplar Muff, Sept. 19. The Ursuline Sisters will open next Next Monday is labor day. Rye, Barley, Alfalfa and Clo ver Heed at McAtees. W. H. Wagner went to Lutes ville, yesterday. For house painting see Chas. Isabell. Jackson, Mo. Bruening & Kerstner D. G. Co. have StoveB and Ranges. Read the ad. of Moothart bus iness college in this issue. Sewing Machines at prices that are right, at Bruening 4 Kerst ner D. G. Co. For Sale -A black couch. Ap ply at this office. Joel T. Nunn of the Cape ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 30 August 1906

The Jackson Herald ii. i". i.i Mil ruiiiiniiff. JACK PON. Mi$SOFKl. BITS ABOUT BAD BOYS. yrlnky Uttl Johnnie T'.ntt Vstd to torture broil. era rat, X'rti to make Hint foiln crort KecJ'.rg It T.ibnseo pn'ioe. l.aier un a Rlrl tiamrj Hannnh, Horn down In Louisiana. Came Rinl buneutd Johnni Plattr Naughty bos. nn mber thai, tap Mill n always bad rer. I.c wa ii lltt'.f. lad. Vsiii to murder pop.ywoss Ho thry never ouild be frors, Ni one ever rart'd, to boost I'svlo 111!; of Wolfrrl's ltooMJ When the pol'.y noil save out Davie Hl.l began to pout, Usiilrit moody after tf.at, lie lcume a iJemix-rut. Tommy Lawnon played at kerpa V'ttb hla chums and won irrcat heap Of tl-clr mnrblcs, one by ore; "(bcl" fald Tommle, "ain't It fun!" Tl.rn sorr.e older, wiser boys riayeJ with l.im ai d K it his toys. J.lit.e T.imn-.le nobbed! "Hexv. luu! That ain't no nlco way to do Vatcr. n.e po and to;; on you!' Fin. e he :'M tt. north and south. It's in Hi -ery body ' mouth. l.lttle Johnnie loekrfe',r Hl.i a...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 30 August 1906

1 iigiiMri Ilrooklyn. It was a quiet day In the police Btatlon. Brownsville was behaving itself and the matron of the station had a whole hour to talk, with only ono Interruption to wlj tho tears from the eyes of a small, dirty boy. Induce him to tell the addresB of lils homo and Bond him on his way under tho guldanco of a big, strong blueeoat. And the matron, when she talks, has a few things to tell. In fart, Mrs. Cox says, with her Rood Irish chuckle, that sho thinks she will write a book of her experiences to make her rich after she retires from the Job of matron. Tho "hoys" have unvested It to her. Tho "boys" are the bluecoats, every one of whom In llrnnklyn, knows Mrs. Cox and has a Joke for her or a word of guying when ho meets her. Duties of a Police Matron. Intoxication Is the usual charge upon which tho woman prisoner is committed, with occasional charges of theft, of assault, an attempted sui cide and now and then a woman whose hands have committed some bigger crime, homic...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 30 August 1906

Additional Locals. For Hest Watch Kenairiri 1 lasslinpor dees it . i Married at the resilience of K. 0. Mahroy. of west Jacktm. last, Sunday .Russell Roherson and Marzilla Crump. The Herald: extends oonjrrulat ions. j The Kiul of the World of trouble. that robbed K. 11. Wolfe, of Hear Grove, la., of all usefulness-, eanie when he began taking Kleetrie Hitters. He writes: "Two years ago kidney trouble eaused me great suffer ing, which I would never have survived hail I not taken Kleetrie Hitters. They also eured me of general debility." Sure eure fr all stomach, liver and kidney complaints, blood diseases, head ache, dizziness and weakness or bodily decline. Price otic. Guar anteed at 1R. S. K. WOOPS' drug store. iEU;exk wood ox NIAGARA. It would be hard to find a more haekneyd subject than Ni agara Falls. Almost every child writes a composition about them while he is in grammer school, and ever one who has ever seen them sends home his "impres sions" in a family letter. It takes gre...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 6 September 1906

v. ', .v.-Jiiuipvin MccrutBi'j ' Jackson DUeral (Iirt'.'t Society v i - CIRCULATION 1M0. FOR ALL THE PKOPLK. KSTABLISh"etTi897 V(XL 7x7 .JACKSON. MISSOURI, THURSDAY, SKl'T. t, VMHl M)7n MATTINGS. 40c cut to. 37C 35i cut to. 29c 331e cut to 28c 30c cut to. 24C 25c cut to. 19c 22,lccutto 174c 20c cut to. 15c 15c cut to. 121 124c cut to 10c ODD DRESSERS. $11.00 cut to $ 9.95 14.00 cut to 11.95 14.50 cut to 12.27 17.50 cut to 15.69 MANTLE FOLDING BEDS. $13.50 cut to $12.09 18.50 cut to 16.62 20.00 cut to 17.19 26.90 cut to 23.99 SEWING MACHINES. $15.00 5-drawer drop-head. $11.98 18.00 G-drawer drop-head 15.87 20.00 5-drawer drop-head 17.09 22.50 5-drawer drop-head 18.97 25.00 5-drawer drop-head 20.88 30.00 5-drawer drop-head 25.00 35.00 5-drawer drop-head 32.59 37.00 4-drawer Standard . . 33.32 BED ROOM SUITES. $18.50 cut to.. $16.75 20.00 cut to.. 17.97 22.50 cut to.. 19.79 25.00 cut to.. 22.37 27.50 cut to.. 23.09 30.00 cut to.. 26.79 35.00 cut to. . 30.00 MATTRESSES. $2.50 Cotton Hat...

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. — 6 September 1906

The Jackson Herald II. T. l.l M, ltiltUhrr. JAf usox, : M1SSOVKI. THE PLUMP AND PETITE. Oor enuntry hnn mnry anther. Whew 1'ooks wo love to mid; It ao hrmuls of nrtlMs Whui-e rlrturm are flne indeed; But, If you'll look closely, you li notlca In every celebrity, li It an nr:lM or author, A peculiarity. Wa rve Mr. 'So-aml-Soa' latest book, The heroine r no nvfct; To look a! the 1'ilustraUcr.l Is Jut ft perfect treat; But row I'll tti; you the tronMa That Mart at nie aiway. n prim, The plrl fc.f iM th nrtlft and author )a t.u)R tail ni l! lim. Oh' what enn we do, my !aera, 'ho are un.Ii r five f t three. Or, who !n hum r I w rite it) Are nenrtr.ff ob ?lty ? la there no in to finjr our pralra, Cr to call us neat nnd trim'.' la nhe always to te frcmom, The slrl who Is tall and t.lin? Tat the future mum held a ehnirr" Who will cry to the world: "I repeat, The air', whom I ndmlre Mxirt a'waB te p.uir.p ar.d petite" Tm. a time muFt corr.e. my t.Mers, When all the praises from him Will not ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 6 September 1906

The Stran&e Case of Stearns JULNDALL Abbott , Yicpci-of Enyironment Groton. In this quiet Massachu setts village 23 years aw, there lived a family named C'nio. Their home was a small farm houso In a particularly lonely location, three miles from other habitations. Cruo was a teamster, whose duties compelled him frequently to go to Ayor Junction, BeveTal miles away. Sometimes he left homo early In the morning, and remained ta his labors until sunset. His wife was left undor the protection of a dog, who spent a largo part of the day sleeping near the kltchon stove. Mrs. Crue was an ordinary New England housewife. That Is to say she was purely domestic, worked from morning till night at household du ties, and knew the outside world only slightly. Tlio desolation of her domi cile was second nature to her; she ac cepted It as her fate. When, day after day, she. was left practically unguard ed It never occurred to her to be frightened. If a vagabond camo to her door, whether or not he...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 6 September 1906

Jackson Hkuau). UF.ITFI.ICAN IN 1'OI ITK !. B. F. LCSK . rriu.isiiF.il Fnlfrrc nt 1 hp imtertw t Jo'smti, 1u. i'onc1-rlRiM' mutter Nnvrniln-r 4. lw?. Tortus for the 'ows: For one year. . .. Si i months Three months . . 1Ikuai.1i are us :-l- t l.'KI Ml Office . . .. Kenldax- . : if! Apvertimno Ratko: Locals Be ' per line each Insertion. Professional Card fo per year. Legal Advertise-1 mentg legal rate. ldnplayad rates made known on application. JACKSON. MO.. SKIT. !. IWtf. The attribute of perpetual suc cession is the chief utiliy of a corporation. This. also, was the chief advantage of primogeni tuer and entails. That was the object of this feature of the old common-law land system. An estate is only the right one has to a thin jr. If wrong to tie up real estate in perpetuity in a single family, through the me diums of entails, why is it not just as wrong to tie up certain rights and privleges with their accruing profits, in perpetuity, when clothed in the garb of a corporation? It ...

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. — 6 September 1906

Additional Locals. Miss Lena Harenberg has built a new addition to her residence on 1st. West Street. Trunks, Suit Cases and Trav eling Bags at Bruening & Kerst ners D. O. Co. ' Rev. C. T. Browning of Dexter, will preach at the Presbyterian Church, Sunday. Dr. D. E. Sawyer of Sikeston visited his parents, R. M. Sawyer and wife of Jackson, Sunday. There will be a picnic Satur day, Sept. 15th, at the Joe Huck step Spring, near Snider's Mill. Pianos, organs and furniture can be bought on the enstall ment plan., Bartels & McCombs. E. W. Flentge, candidate for railroad and ware house commis sioner was in Jackson, Monday. A. E. Poinsett, and Aaron Prof fer of Whitewater had business in Jackson last, Saturday. Hoffmeister & Heinberg wants Fred Neator of the Cape Rep ublican was in Jackson, Monday. Mrs. J. J. Lovett was called to Maiden on account of sickness of her daughter, Mrs. T. 0. Shanks of that place. Bring your produce to the new store of Hoffmeister & Heinberg and g...

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

MISS LEOPOLD, SECY LIEDERKRANZ. HVivs . " Thrrr Ymvs Ago My Syitrm ll'n in a .;" Comiion. I Our to JV-rii-mi My At Moral nn to Hraith and Strtnglk." if (Miss Ricka eopol " a M IS Klt'lCA T.IXH'Ol.n, lis? Muir street, Men:i--:iii. Wis., Hce'y Lictl et-Urntiz. writes : "flivcp years ;is.'i my syslrm wns in A terrilt'e rim-il' o n v unlit inn ;im) I wan lr. l.eii out ill! ivt r inv ImmIv I lteniin to In- wot-iiitl ,ut ii, y t'omiitioti ami I tvns irlinl to try u:iy .i:injf hii h would relieve nif. 'I'ertma was recommended to mens a fine I'lnciil rctneilv nml tunic, mi'l I soon f"iitnl t!i:it it w as wort liy of pi'iiise. "A few lio: t irs changed my condition materially and in a short time 1 wus all over my tri.uMc. " I uivo to l'ri iii;!i my restoration to liral tli timl it rcnn til. l am tfliul to cu dorso it" Pe-ru-ni Restores Strength. Mrs. Iletticlire.-n. K. K. (1. Iul;a. til., write). : "I Inn! ratarrh ami frit inisira tdo. 1 li'iin the ue of lYriinii :iml lii'L'an to improve in ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 6 September 1906

How Emperor William I Battling Against a Dangerous Heredity. Kmptror Willinm's father died of cancel of the tliront. Jinprror Willinm himself lind Infnntilt Phi.iIvmh, nud lina lmd to struggle with timtiy infirmities. J I It :t f lii'fn wlilfpciod tlint hn liimFpll is tmuliled with the tame mnlndv which mine. I nil hi lHlhcr. Knvnl lilond is mi fort mi. itc ly most encrnfiv deteriorated blend. I iniicror Willinm knows this at Wf'l us anvliuily, anil is lining his hest to rradic ilc the hnd hlnnd from himself and his fmnily hy the adoption of simple life irilH!pl('H. '1'liMiiich the visit of n connf.rvin.m ol his to l'.attle 'reek, Mu'hijian, while in this country, visitinu t ho World's Kuir in I'liiiM'.-o in limprror William lipcnme nenuiiinted with tlie Jtuttle Creek idea of simple living and has tn n largo extent siloptid the methods in his family, Jin wile and children live the simple life and take Ilattlo (nek light latlis. Their uncle. KiriK Kdivanl, nUn has these hath lii't il...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 6 September 1906

A X OTH E R G 0 V EUN M EXT OFFICIAL. 0 iiijr to the povornmont's o ttmsivo part ieipat ion in the JaiiU'stown KxNsition. to he held on the shores of Hampton Roads, Va.. in 1;M7. oHicials at! Washington liave detemiined to put the supervision of the san itary arrangements under kov ernment control. Following up this decision. Surjreon General Wyman of the United States Marine Hospital Service, has ap pointed Surgeon Rupert Blue, of, that service, as sanitary officer of the Jamestown Exposition. Dr. Blue's detail on this work, was to take effect some time ago, but on account of his posi tion on a medical board that was in session at Washngton, he has been unable to report for duty ! at the Exposition until recently. ! In connection with his workSur-l geon Blue said: "It is as neces sar for me to be present, while1 the buildings are being construe-' ted as afterwards, as the in-; stallation of proper sewage ar rangements and the ventilatingj apparatus is of great importance. , An elab...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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