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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 13 September 1906

r Jackson F ASiltnnsnn Spcrptnrv Ri A LID 'f i-M'l SoMfttv Coluriib CIRCULATION 1800. FOR ALL THE PKOPLK. KSTABLISHKI) 1897 VOL. IX. JACKSON. MISSOURI, THURSDAY. SKIT. W 1JMHJ. M)7l4 I I 1 1 ODD DRESSERS. MATTINGS. -M)c cut to. 36C Uoc cut. to. 29c :$:& cut to 25c :50c cut to. 24C 25c cut to. 19c 22Jccutto 17ic 'JOc cut to. 15c 15c cut to. 124 12k cut to 10c PIANOS. $400.00 Ellington Up-right Piano cut to $347.00 .$:.(). 00 Hamilton Up-right Pialio cut to $298.00 sWJOO.OO Vallev (Jem Piano cut to " $253.00 IRON BHDS. SEWING MACHINES. BED ROOM SUITES. MATTRESSES. $11.00 cut to $9.95 $15.00 0-drawer drop-head. $11.98 $18.50 ,.,it to $16 75 -" v'otton Hatting cut to. $2.09 14.00 cut to 11.95 1H.00 5-drawer dron-hend 15.87 .m on '" ', (MMotton Batting cut to. 2.63 14.50 cut to 12.27 , , , ,,Aft 20.00 nit to.. 17.97 4.25 Cotton on Loth sides. . 3.72 17.50 cut to 15.69 Z'M -drawer drop-head 17.09 . .() 4.75 all Cotton cut to. .... . 1.19 22.50 o-drawer drop-head 18.97 " " S.50 Felted ...

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. — 13 September 1906

The Jackson Herald H. -. , Ml. I'ulillahi-r. ,Vi' v sii. Missol'Pl. IN THE QUIET EVENINO. Tbre are tltnrs when life is snnicthlna; mure than eat, anil drink, nnil Flerp; Whan the mirfm shows nn ripple tluiugn the stream is swift anil deep; When the Kl H nl in the worst of u has taken us In tow And hna (annul love's finlin k rmLcia till thry flush ng.ilti anil gluw ; When wo f there's miniiihlng In in lia escaped the IlimlilinK crowd -When it a until In the ni imn and the cluck tn ks Until. When the crate fire's crimson after flow li graying into Kiouni, When thei'e'H mine but she nnd you within that cozy little room; When the cut iimn the h nrth ruijyawin and drifts atoon to lt canm. Then how very like the leaven we lave learned to lone fur ems That delightful IHtlv i haniln r with the IllllKlc i liai m emlnweil -When It's quirt In the earning and the i lock IK ks loud. Not n word to break the m Urn i-5. yet there's music in the air Music born of softest silcine. inline mm it, nnd l...

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. — 13 September 1906

AIDS OF SOME GREAT MEN. Happenings in Gotham 8am Thing. "If I loan you It will wreck my lire." Ighed tlio Impecunious lover to the heiress. "I'npa Bald omothlng of the sort last nlRht." "Ah! he realizes that my life hangs upon your answer?" "No, nut your life exactly, but your credit." Houston Post, BILL'8 BERTH. Condi 1zU& mil ffiif "Hallo, Hill, ye ain't a snudwlch mao no longer, Hln't yor?" "No. Dick, my medical adviser said I pi list get an Indoor job and this Is the nearest I can get to it." Lucky to Get It Out. "Whfn l I tl yen get tlint Bong?" wild she; "I Rnt it nut nf my head," mild h. 'I Kt It out nf my own small heail!" "Wiuit a lucky thing fur your huud," in vii lil. Cleveland leader. A Change of Spirits. "Do you believe lu corners, Mr. Jones?" "No, Indeed; I would die before I would go Into a corner or countenance a monopoly. Why?" "Why, MIhb 1'etrlo, whom you ad mlro so much, Is nil alono In a cor ner of the conservatory, and what, going?" Houston I'oat. YES, WHICH...

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. — 13 September 1906

Jackson Herald. liF.ITHl.H'AN IN I'l'l.llUf". B. F. Ll'SK. l't T1.1SIIKU Kt.tirit .it ll.t' t 11: :it .1 'hi'li . M .,, ii,., , iimtlcr N.v. n Lit 4. I.'l-'. Tonus for the 'ow: Fur ctic year. . ., 6li riit.nt h Three nmritlis . . I kii ALU arc as lul- 1.00 r.o M) Oflli-f .... Itrn rlsii. v 14 14? A ivkktiin Haiku: LocrIs fir rcr line inch insertion. I'mfcssionnl Card f i-cr cnr. L"i:al AdvcrtiHc luciitR Ifjral rates. I ms'Ihv ad rates nimle known mi iipt'hcat ton. JACKSON. MO . sKI'T. mm. '"I Sec. The salary provided in Welling Medley will not ac- th0 preceding Section shall be in cept the nomination for recorder fun compensation for all ser on the Democratic ticket. vices rendered to the citv lv the There will not be a Democrat elected in this county this year. The Republicans have nominated a Rood ticket and every man on it will be elected. Some of the Republican candi- dates will begin the organizaion work of the county this week. Fred E. Kies and C. L. !rnm will go to Rrick Scho...

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. — 13 September 1906

X Additional Locals. Hoffmt'isterr & Heinberg are receiving new goods every day. Misa Amanda Hoffmann has! returned from her summer vaca tion at Niagara Falls and other points. Trunks, Suit Canes and Trav eling Hags at Druening Kerat ners D. G. Co. The Cape Girardeau County P.flvintra TijinW Vins two fine irold lettered signs placed on the front entrance f the bank. Colo ther.w store of Hof fmeist er & Heinberg for new goods. Mrs. Maud Snider has moved to Fredericktown, where she will teach in the public school, this year. j Hoffmeister & Heink-rg warts your produce. They pay the highest market price for it. Mrs. Dollie Tuttle of Milton, Iowa, who has been visiting her Carl Wallace and family rc parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. turned from a visit to the Ozarks, Taylor of this city, returned to Tuesday. Mr. Wallace reports a her home. Monday. ', pleasant t ime. Kr dry, cracke-d lips, or rough Rills are out announcing a pub hkin, ue Ir. Snoop's ('.retn lie sale of personal pro...

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. — 13 September 1906

HOW A GREAT CITY FEEDS "NIGHT HAWKS" Small Restaurants Where Hoboes and Business Men Sit to Eat, Shoulder to Shoulder. WAITERS' WONDERFUL VOCABULARY led to Hnvc Their Own Description for All Dishes Called for by the Hungry Throng Tramp Not Always an Important factor in All-ight Resorts. Hrooklyn. Nocturnal ramblers In this great city need never fin homo hungry, if Hiey feel l lie pangs of appe tite demanding food before they retire and are fearful lest the pantry at home will not furnish material for a "snack." There are In the. borough nearly, If not fully. 100 all night restau rants place that never close their ilonrs. Of course, that number Is small when compared with tho list of all-night "joints" in Manhattan, lint Hrooklyn Is essentially a city of homes, and the wonder is that so many places Unci it profitable to Ueep ppen day and night. Naturally the summer season Is tho best for this class of restaurants. The surrounding beaches attract multi tudes of visitors at night, and ...

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. — 13 September 1906

TUMORS CONQUERED I SERIOUS OPERATIONS AVOIDED. Unqualified Buocesa of Lydla E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound In tba Case of Mrs. Fannie D. Fox. One of the gTeatoBt trlumphsof Lydia E. 1'inkham'H Vegetable Compound is the conquering1 of woman' dread en emy, Tumor. Tho growth of a tumor Is so sly that frequently Its presence isnot suspected an til it is far advanced. Ro-called "wnnderinpr pains" may come from its early Mncs, or the presence of danper may be made mani fest ly profuse monthly periods, accom panied by unusual pnin, from the abdomen through the groin and thiphs. If you have mysterious pains, if there arc indications of inflammation or di'- ?lacemKnt, secure a bottle of Lvrtin K. inkham's Vegetable Compound right away and brjrin its use. Mrs. 1'inkham, of I.vnn, Mass., will fivo you her advice if you will write ler about yourself. She Ih the dauffh-ter-in-lav of I.ytlia E. 1'inkham and for twenty-five jearshas )een advising sick women free of charge. Dear Mr I'lnkham: " I ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 13 September 1906

r A h inc -o ne nv styl in our Di.ur.oi.cl S;k .. .! Gr.uHe that will give .h HoMiinj ?0VU touch to any cci'u.:. This is cn'y o.t: of our new pattern?. Ask yoar dealer to !iOv you his styles of Diamond Brand Shoei. He should have them in a!! graJos, at all prices, for men as well q (jr women s2 WE MAKE MORE FINE OTHER HOUSE oooooooocooooooooooooooooo REEHAN & ATTRATI0N3 IN MERCHANDISE AND ASTONISHING BUYING CHANCES :: In iirdT t niiikc r m m for our Fall and Winter tood. which are on the way i-oininir. we decided to hold down our sale price on all the irood we have mi hand, and at these prices the c-ihmIs will uo quickly. Kvery day is a l;ir irain day here. Better liuyint: chances will not occur this sca-on. Special prices n Ladies' hi'i-ssinir Skirt, and Shirt Waists, lie wise and L'rasp this jr .-n opportunity. !;iy all you need and save ni'Uny for yourself. V i 1 1 pay market price., r all farm produce. l!rini,Mheni here. 1 ! i t forget the place. o o 8 o o o o o o o REEHAN &...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 20 September 1906

0 5 Jackson CIRCULATION 1800. FOR ALL THE PEOPLE. ESTABLISHED 1897 VOL. IX. ) AC K SON, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, SKIT. 20, 1H0U. M)I5 i LOCALS 1 Z&lSLSlJUlSL5ilLSSLSLSLSLSlJLSill2J.2J Wheat 63c to-day. Work on the new court house is at a stand still. Freeh fish atF. A. Obermiller's South High street. The Prohibitionists nominated a ticket last Saturday. Oo to Wm. Bienloin's for a good meal or lunch. Hunter Byrd, of St. Louis, spent Tuesday in our city. For trunks and suit cases see Hoffmeister & Hienberg's. The corner stone of the new court house will be laid to-day. The Bartles & McCombs sacri fice sale continues till Saturday. A. R. Byrd of New Mexico was in Jackson a few days this week. Trunks, Suit Cases and Trav eling Bags at Bruening A Kerst ners D. O. Co. R. M. McCombs is attending the annual conference this week. McAtee has just received a car load of timothy, red top and all kinds of seeds needed for fall sowing. Get his prices before buying. Miss Sallie Baldwin left...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 20 September 1906

GAINED 34 POUNDS Persistent Anaemia Cured by Or. YVillinms' Pink Pills Afier Other Remedies Had Failed. " When 1 lupin taking lh Williimi Pink 1'ills," win Mr. Nathaniel 1'iehl, oft!. Albans, Somerset county, Mimic, "I Wild 111!' pllll'st, 11i-t Ml Mil I less t TSOII yon coulil imagine. My tongue ami Rums wire colorless mill my tliiKois mill rat s win- hi e wax. I hail two doctors and they pronoun ril my trouhleanii'iiiia. I hail i-pells (if Vi lilintf, could lint cat, in fart, did not dare t, I liail Mich dis tress alter cat iii(j. My stomach was lillnl wuli i:as wiiu h or.ti-.ed mo awful npmy. Tin' lurka. 'lio I sufforeil was lit time til 1 1 1 -1 -1 nub arable nnd the least exertion made my li--.ii t bent so fast thai 1 eui'd liur-llv breathe. Hut tin- worst of nil was the split ( intf lii iK'alKiu headache which lit'Vrr lift nii'f -r.-i M n wri lis. A turn t this time I lid hail sov rat numb sin lis. My limlis WKiM In1 M nti'l will i nit liny f i-c! .i: i nti'l tin' in-1 ikat:i ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 20 September 1906

ELEVATOR FOR FARM GRANARY. How the Handling of Crops Can Dt Made Eay. Much heavy wmU Is in'n-ssary to put ft large crop of coru or oilier grain Into u crib with out an clevntor of some Hurt. Such a device, which may be In stalleil In a barn or cril), to bo run EE by power from a uaaollno enqlne Is illustrated in tho sketch of elevator. 1'iiits may be sucured veady-inaile from iiianiifiicturoi'S of theso appli ances. The du ; . explains the Farm anil Home, U .irrunK'd no that a load ol corn miiy be dumped directly from the wason bed without shoveling. Ity drawing back the lever, c, the pivoted platform on which tho wagon It firmly secured comes down anil allows the Brain to run Into the barn where It Is taken up by tho eleva tor. A small por tion of the floor, b, also drops down making a larger opening for tbt iratn. It Ik often desirable to locate a pair Of scales In the driveway of a granary of this sort, where they are very con venient for use. Such a crib as lura Farm Elevator fo...

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. — 20 September 1906

Jackson Hkkald. KKITHUfAN IN l'ol,nU'!. B. K. Ll'SK PtiI.lIIKl! RnttTIM lit 1 lie pimll.llt.T hi J.i.'H'i'H. Mn. t i'duU-i'Ihw mutter N.ivfii.l t r 4. Torm fur the IIkkami are as '"i 'ows: ffnr i.np vnur I 1 .0(1 (Hi month i lead to .serious bronchial or lung Three mmitlif OK 1NTKHKST TO MANY. Foley's Kidney Cure will en re any 'ase of kidney or Madder trouble that is not beyond the reaeh of medicine. No medicine can do more. Jackson Drug Co. STOP IT! A negleeted'eough or cold rnay Offlf Keldacr 142 Atvr.KTiPiN Hatks: Local tic per lino chcIi iimprtion. Professional Card 5 ier venr. Lceal Advertise ment lt'tral rate. Hinplay ad rate undo known on HiHilication. .1ACKSON. MO.. !KrT. 20. IWf.. The Republicans will elect a Republican court this fall. Chairman Niedringhaus will address the Republicans of Scott county Sept. 21. The time is coming and is now here, when the voter demands , . ..i. I men ot character ami mi-M' umh.ii .- , , . , u i i . t lrincipals to hold office. Ham MnoUd. ...

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. — 20 September 1906

h K 14 OUR NEW FALL STOCK of Goods iii iill lines is now nearly all in, and we can show you tin most up-to-date styles and greatest variety of now up-to-date Uoods that it lias ever been possible for us to display. DRESS GOODS-111 l'IU' W(' llow '1 pvat variety of food materials. Silks Wo have a nice lino of Bilks for Waists or Suits in plain; also iu the new .plaids. Fleeced Waist injjs The best line ever shown at per yard 10c and 15c Uinhams for school d reuse ?a splendid line. Flannelettes Nice mtterns at odd prices. "TO CURE A FELON" says Sam. Kendall, of Phillips; burp, Kan., "Just cover it over with Bucklen's Arnica Salve and the Salve will do the rest." Quickest cure for Burns, Boils, Sores, Scalds, Wounds, Piles, Eczema, Salt Rheum, Chapped Hands, Sore Feet and Sore Eyes. Only 25c. at DR. S. E. WOODS, druggist. Guaranteed. Notice of Stockholders Meeting. OlVre of llrucnliiK A Kerxtnpr Dry timid Co., .Iiu-ktlfi, Mo. Aug. 19, um. Notice is hereby given that a . : .. u - ,.i e ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 20 September 1906

The Jackson 11 era Id II. I". I.I Mv. ! Ill l In-r. JACVMON. V.l.-'.-tiU'Kl. AGGRESSION. Vint time I led n btiel-elor l.M'Mipt from i.uKi: g i are I I. a. I tlie war.lrol-o all V 111-HI IIS l 1IM illl IS al! I 1 ! Tl.e faos Were w II'. ln K- JMCd! i mi nts Rrncl, Hang ready lor lay i .ill. 1 took n w ifo, ar.l 1 in'!' 1. Though 'twas not wr.tt. !i in t! o f creed 'I'll. it Joined lis tw o .is Tl.at si ( illici t hnr an even 1 alf To More l.i r varte.1 icuimIo cV.afT And thnugl.t tl.e tl.lng was ilotie. Ft o took tl.o l.alf nn.l stored 11 e stuff, t leaven knio s st o I - nl i ::oi;iU i 1 1 waists nn.l skirts aid sin-h! Hut 11. on began In l'.uvs.an wise 'J'o slow I'Xti'tnl I. it Poim. juries , 1 tlumgl.t. Ik ileal too m. I. 1.. In aln I strove! l!y day and t.lgV.t, A Miilibnrn fls a Masiovito. frO.c r ssi'il on my f: ontirr: Vntil one morn nuito boldly she Jnin xod In lis entirety Tl.i' space 1 1 flil so dear. And now wr.ere roue wore liuiitf niy tl.lr.gs JIit larc assortment givly ...

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. — 20 September 1906

Rujjell Sam's Ghoul Proof Vault. Any Person JSfayl&ve Oneor$I009 But the Disappearance of the Resurrection ists Has Lessened the Demand Hoston. One need not havo the wealth of tho late Hussoll Sage In or der to purchase a ghoul proof casket, for the same thing, or at least one equally burglar-proof, can be secured here for from $100 to S:(K). They are not In great demand hereabouts, for the same dangers do not exist as for merly, or exist at all, save for men of such prominence as this late eccen tric millionaire, said a member of a prominent firm In spealilng of this typo of sarcophagus: "I cannot see how any such sum as that mentioned In the newspapers could possibly be paid for a steel cas ket. They nn be secured for a Utile over $100, anil even if made to order could not he brought above a cost of $l,niii). They are of simple construc tion, consisting only of a steel case which loci; from within with spring locks. The ordinary l.ind cannot be opened without the II e of a ste...

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. — 20 September 1906

FLEXTGE'S ADDRESS. The following address was given in St. Louis by E. V. Flentge. candidate for railroad and warehouse commissioner of this State: Mr. Chairman. Ladies and (!cn tlemen: As your chairman has said. I am the Republican candidate for railroad and warehouse commis sioner of this great common wealth of ours. Then I must be a Republican, and why? Is it because the men who compose jrreat work, which he has only man. He is a Republican, but begun? Oh. Mr. Chairman, this j what could he do with two Dem is purely a Roosevelt campaign, ocrats against him? Gentlemen, and I want to tell you the people 'the board has always been Dem know it, and we Missourians jocratic. Has been a Democratic have been shown. Watch us in organization since it was estab November. We may send sixteen lished and is to-day, and if Mr. congressmen to help the presi-i Ogelsby is elected it will con dent instead of ten. Gentle-! tinue, organized as it is now, and men, I want to devote a short . if that is ...

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. — 27 September 1906

aofU'l Society Coh.n.M FOR ALL THE PEOPLE. CIRCULATION 1800. ESTABLISHED 1897 VOL. IX. JACKSON. MISSOURI, THURSDAY, SKI'T. 27, VM. M). n; Time Jagksn Herald. Tnrrrerinnnnnrrin ! f " A I C fj i e W - - Wheat fioc to-dav. Common Pleas court at the Cape is in session this week. For bargains in Furniture see Bartels & McCombs. For trunks and suit cases see Hoffmeister & Hienborg's. The J. M. A. has more students from abroad this year than ever before. Trunks, Suit Cases and Trav eling Bags at Bruening A Kerst ners D. G. Co. We take produce checks in ex change for Furniture. Bartels & McCombs. Rev. A. M. Ross of the Baptist church preached a good sermon last Sunday- nruenmg a .,u , . .. v.. . have some Carpets, Mattings and j Floor Oil Cloth. j : t. t.' . i v n r'n I r or .e ' , Typewriter. ;. cash takes it. if bought at once. i Hear Miss Mahan at the Methodist Church to-night and to-morrow night. Why not have those photo graphs made now while the weather is fine'.' Williams ...

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. — 27 September 1906

SICK TOR TEN YEARS. Tcnstant Backache. Dropsy and Se vere Bladder Trouble. l'leil V. Hiin is. of Chestnut St.. ,1of terpen. Oliin. snys: "For over ten vimi's I HiflYrcil from Ui Ini'.v iliso;iM Tho third year my feet ami lirin.ls wonlii swell ami remain 1'iiflVi! up for day at a timp. I soomod 10 liavp a constant backache. Finally I Rot so bad that I was laid tip In bed with several doctors 1 thnlli-hf .ir..K' T In attendance. would die. I changed medicine and be Ran iiMnu Irian's Kidney Tills when I was still in bed. The relief I found was so preat that 1 kept on until I had taken about ten boxes. The kid ney secretions became natural and after years of misery 1 was cured. I have increased in welfiht, and show no symptoms of my former trouble." Sold by all dealers. r.n cents a box. Foster-Milburn Co.. Iluffalo, N. T. When Woman Isn't Young. The report is that a local religions Institution which is for "young worn n" has drawn the deadline of youth at ,"..". Kvery woman over that ag...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 27 September 1906

ARDEN KILLING "DOCK." How to Deal With a Troublesom Weed on the Farm. This Is known by several common names, ono of which la dock. The name usually given In botanies Is curled dock. This Is evidently de rlved from the crisped or curled mar gins of tho leaves. It Is also called yellow dork, a name which has refer ence to the color of the root. The Jilant has been Introduced from Ku Tone, and Is a large, coarse, unattrac tive perennial and sometimes trouble some weed. Tho young leaves are sometimes used as a pot herb, and the root has some repute as an article of medicine. The best method of exterminating It must depend on circumstances. If there are but few scattering plants, probably there Is no cheaper method of destroying them than to dig or cut tlieui out with sharp uiuttock. A Curled or Yellow Dock. single, well-directed, vigorous blow with It is sufllelent for each plant. Strike deep enough to sever tho root two or three Inches below the surface, bo that It may not sprout again...

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. — 27 September 1906

Jacksos Hkkau). nrrfiiLH AN in roi.t-ru!1. B K. U'SK Pviiumikh Km. rri ut tlip i,.tcirti.-c ill .in.-k-nn Me. tt'inil-'ln- limlti r Nnvrn.lirt . W.. Term fnr tin- Hkkai.d an- s r.i t ow9 ; For one voar. . II. 00 Six months Three nuintlis Oflll"C RrMdvni'f. Aovf.htisino Katks: I.mnls tv per line cuoli insert im. Pr.itessiuiinl Card .i per vi-nr. Lepra I A(ivertle-wentn-letfal'rati'o. Iisp!nyail rate- Dimte knnwn on njmlient inn. .lACK.MtN. mo . t:vv. it"',. Carmi Steele and 0. S. Wills have been appointed by the Dem ocratic central committee as re corder and treasurer respctivly in stead of Welling Medley and 1. A. Drum who declined. The Methodist Annual confer ence at Poplar Uluff last week remove all charges from Rev. A. T. Osbroii. Mr. Osormi can now apply fT re-admission i r trans fer to another conference. We hope the brother will re-enter the ministry as lie v. ill be a useful man there. i:. v. X. p.. llcr.ry introduced a resolutio n at t he 'animal cor.tVr ecine at IYpk'.r l'....

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