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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 27 September 1906

OUR NEW FALL STOCK of Goods in aill lines is now nearly all in, and we can show you tin most up-to-date stylos and greatest variety of new up-to-date Goods that it' lias ever been possible for us to display. DRESS GOODS l'1 lllis lilu' wt" low il sroat VJim,,y of good materials. Silks We have n niee line of Silks for Waists or Suits in plain; also in the new plaids. Fleered Waistings The best line ever shown at per yard 10c and 15c Ginghams for school dresses a splendid line. Flannelettes Nice patterns at odd prices. It will pay you to see our Canton Flannel at ... . 10c county clerk's office. Get a ticket on free lot and be ,. , ,,. , , ,. . i .., on time, Saturday, Oct. 6. SKOES-ld.es Hue Shoes, a splendid line ot stylish Shoes ( .n Baby Shoes the prettiest out. Jackson. $240.1)0 takes the four Children's Shoes-here is where we save you big money i)ts if taken together, or $70.00 IJovs' Shoes vou iret li; value for vour money in each if bought separatly. Additional Locals. Sale be...

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. — 27 September 1906

The Jackson Herald ii. i 1 1 k, i-iiiiiuiii-i'. JAI'.SCN, M!.:M' 3C THE SPENDERS A Tale of theThird Generation Br HARRY LEON WILSON ' 1 ' Copyright, by Lothrop Publishing Coinptujr. CHAl'TKi: XIII. Oontim id. And so Mrs. Bines grew actually to feel an Interest in the creature and his wretched affairs, and even fell into the deplorable habit of saying: "I must come t see you and your wife and Paul gome pleasant day, Philippe," and Philippe, being a man of the world, thought none the less of her for believing tint she did Dot mean it. Yet it befell on an afternoon that Mrs. lllnes found herself in a popu lous side-street, driving home from a visit to the rheumatic scrub woman who had now to bo supported by tho papers her miserable offspring sold. Mrs. Blnas had never seen fo many children as flooded this street. She wondered if an orphnn asylum were In the neighborhood. And though the day was pleasantly warm, she de cided that there were about her at least a thousand cases of incipien...

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. — 27 September 1906

New Torlt, Aug. 30. The prollmt nary statement of tho Erie Railroad fur the fiHcul year ended June 30th, 1900, mado public to-day, shows groBS earnings of over $50,000,000, an in crease over the previous year of $4, 277.000, nnd an increase in net of $1,547,000. of the Increase In working expenses, $-',730,000, nn expenditure of more than one million dollars was in main tenance ot tho roadway, which was given an unusually liberal allowance of new steel rail and ties. Operating expenses during the same period had an additional charge of $1,000,000, In rehabilitating the equipment, the re sult being that the power has been placed In an excellent condition for Increased business. The additional expenditures In the Improvement of the roadway and equipment are mani festly In the right direction and are a direct addition to the assets of the Company. Not the least interesting showing Is that the Company Incurred an addi tional expense of only $100,000, In con ducting the transportation of...

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. — 27 September 1906

oun NEW COURT HOUSK. Tho corner stone of the above' buildinglwas laid last Thursday. The stone to which was applied, the compass andfsquare was put in place by that most ancient ! craft, the A. F. and A. M. I About !:: p. m. the proses-' sion, led by the Jackson brass; band, stopped at the south front i door of the old court house. A I halt was called and by order of Marshall L. M. Dean, the ranks of the officiating Masons were opened and the rest of the pro-J session passed through. The following were the offi cers of the corner stone laying: William F. Kulin of Farmington. Past Grand Master, chief ollicer. Procession: Grand Tyler. F. M. i Williams; Grand Steward. M. Mc Guire. Principal Architect. W. I H. Johnson: Grand Secretary, T. L. Hamlin: Grand Treasurer. P. W. Hays: P.ible. Square and' Compass, by Wily Goza: Grand Chaplin. Dr. Sample: one hun-' dred Master Masons; Senior Grand Warden. G. W. Miller:1 Junior Grard Warder., ('has. E. Wiiliafms: Deputy Grand Mas ter. F. A. Kage:...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 4 October 1906

TifUropson Sccrftai) m;ik IMS AGrKSON HERALD. CIRCULATION 1800. FOR ALL THH PLOPLF. . KSTABLISHKD 1S97 VOL IX. .1ACKSOX. MISSOURI, THURSDAY, OCT. 4, 1JMM5. M). 17 g LOCALS 3 Wheat 70c to-day. It has been raining here day and night for the past week. For bargains in Furniture see Bartels & McCombs. Go to the Fruitland Bazaar before you buy. Drink Milde Brothers' soda water. G. Miltenberger is in St. Louis this week buying his fall goods. Born, to John A. Sadler and wife, of near Jackson, on Sept. J 20, a fine girl. j W e take produce cnecKs in ex- change lor rumiture. liarteis v .house in West Jackson. auction of town lots Oct. Gth. McCombs. i p,ig bargains in Road wagons at; Rev. J. J. Lovett preached at Died, in Jackson, last Satur-C. II. Welter's this week. j Mt. Tabor church Sunday even- day, the G-months-old child oh ij0(1k at the date on your paper ing and at Cape Girardeau Sun Tobe Mabrey. i ant ;t- vour t jmc. js ,,,, kindly re-: day night. A complete line of Cloaks. Furs...

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. — 4 October 1906

From Nation's Capital Figures Regarding Visitors to the Washington Monument War De partment Clerk Saves Nearly All His SalaryInsanity on the Increase. ii, i (i r T ureal iiioniiiuiMii minim ine i.im i-.n 111 i i'l C f" I I "bout the averaue for the Inst 17 years. The biilmv ypriiii: monih of April, whieh hail more visitors than any other month last year, fewer persons availeil themselves of the stairway than in the hot. sultry, stirky month of Aucnsl. when ".."l 1 persons out of n possible I IT .:.:: rlimbeil the etnlless stairs with the Affleck thermometer soarinK aroiinil the 100 marl;. The superintendent reKirts that UVITfi persons loohed out of the little windows at the lop of the monument limine the year. Of this number 22.N70 w.nlied. while 12r..i:n; look advantage of the elevator. January was the poor est month for monument business, as only N.iiiir. persons visited the shaft's lop that month. AnmM saw I.VSI4 on top of the monument, and was accorded he t anner month in I he r...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 4 October 1906

CURFEW MU3T NOT RING TO NIGHT. t ?v W . tu ,tef.- -j w ?& whit Must wiT' w B x fill RIGHT REVISION TIME SPEAKER CANNON DEFINES THE STAND-PAT POSITION. "Revise the Tariff When It Will Do More Good Than Harm to the Mass of the People." Ad vice of Uncle Joe. Thi' best answer yet givrn ' .liiistion. When should I lie tariff be revised?" is lliat of .lus..h (I. Can linn. speaker of the himsi' ef lepreseii talives, III Ills speech at I : Ii i 1 1 . 111.. ill ai itiiiK the unaiiitniiiis retioiiiiiia- tiull III tile KinhteelHh Illinois ili.-tliet llopillllicnn c i ill I 11 1 it ill . K -vis.' I'.IIM .' Kl ma' -. of Thiil is ni.iiisliii. ii will do the .i-eat ,.l states el piac- 1 1 - tariff when Mil tlittn liiti.i to il.e le- I rie IlIIMV e.' el : . i it" business sens tieal politics. It is tin- answer nf evei mail who (lues not want tn see tariff tinkering ieritiiiiit.s tried in a period uf ex traordinary prusiieriiy. It is the answer nf 4riiilllctiin at the maximum ami nf i oiistitiit...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 4 October 1906

71 Jackson iikhau). KKITl'l.t. AN IN rol.lTll f. ft iim-iiki; rivsidcnt Roosevelt has or ilereil ;m army of linoo troops to Cuba to restore or.'.er ami eonl'idemo. fl. K. I,rsK ' Missouri lViuoerats know they t (uvnn,i.. .;u-i u,.r N..V. M ' , r 4 have lost tlii' state and they have little hopes of rey:aiiiiiitf it. This TVrr.i- r..r Mkuam. :.r- a-'-l-.. , ;l ; rr .'.no : r iul.lioans. fi!xm-.titli ;j ThrtT nit nt! ' , Hero is another thir.n that is ,.,.,,,. ! coming around in this county. ;; ;;'A candidate for ceilice who ' spends all his money with the sa- Ai.vfKTisiso It ATi-:: I.-M-nls I1..- loons and makes them his head- ptr iinr fiwli MiMT!i'i:. l 'i ! i"iin i ,niarters is not so sure of election Can! ' i t v. iir. i.' ii.ii .viwtiim- . moiiu-i'-iri,' rit.-. I'i- m.v a.l rat. - as tornierh made kii"vn nil a piu .;. t 1 om.-c KetiiK-iu't ' ('has. II. Danes is the only prose cutinjr attorney this county ever Centennial Celebration. American Society of Equity Meets t lie '2nd and...

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

Time Tabic Jackson Branch. Net. K-H IriiV .1 . i U I lit. . ! -."p n in, . . ! II. III. 11 . . -.HI i III. No. MM Nu. "Ill iiiTlvr- .l.iclfsiin ill No. No xj.t II. (Ci II. Ill 1 1. 1 i II. III. I..'! ). III. Nu. ruiiiM'cN wit li trn in Nu nt Alli'iivill" Hint I iliii' to nniv lit St. I.niiiH l i.ioii Mutiuti nt " ). in. N.i. f. IMK 'ft- V. til tniln No. IJ!t nt Alli-nvill" lint i'onii"rN with Cniro r.i';iii-h 1 1-tins lit 'lint )'nt m fur Ciiiro inul I'nplnr HlutT. M. Dwksh, .In.. Airi-nt. Court Directory County court meets fit Jackson the fir.-t Monday in February, May, August ami November. Probate court meets at.Iaekson the neeorid Monday in February, May, Aiipunt and November. Circuit court meets at.Iaekson the first Monday in .January, May and the third Monday in August. Common pleas court meets at Capo Girardeau the fourth Mon day in January, May and Sep tember. DIRECTORY. (ol'N'I'V HI I. I'fTOiiY Kr.-.t. ',. is if- ... ''.''.'.'TX i" nil 1 1 ; 111 I i;i 1.1 .oclf I,. (.V.I'll ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 4 October 1906

The Jackson Herald r. 1 1 m, Pniiii-iMT. V,l.i.s()l III. J.U I MANDY'S MAXPOLIN. My a.il's Jest com free An wl.at do r s .i i 8l.eS ffltrl.ril to w a llfsuleft her Ittl If an' It looks 'btut liki' a il' Itxi rut ths tall. Hi 's Icii'dln' school ,i iv tl i' time, I.Hl.l-K .' Km' k p.;iiush, laicM. An' if" t Btriii;. !l ib-in things. An' klandy thinks .I t- crr.it ! I guana she's named It lor herself, HI; rails It in.it:.i to." It's Ftnct)iln' likr a ti.lillc. tl.o' It ain't so wlili' nn' 'I Hi. She don't saw Yii'M il it ilk no bow 1 ut picks an' I'K ks uvi.iv , An' keciis a-plt km', seciiii. tome, ltut don't Kit down ui lu . Now I like music, but 1 want Soma noise; a-ihtill l ias? I.aii.l Ain't nona tewvniiu li r .r mo. but this Thing 1 can't understand. It's "tinkle, tinkle, tweed'.i -iK't..'" Or "pinky, puliky. pina." With Mandy's nngi i s wli.lin' up An' down each un string. An' Mnntly she suys "i nV an' "maw,1 An' p. ks 1 rr man.1! n. An' aitp her wkitni in . sm s on An' nsts tl....

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. — 4 October 1906

STAGE LURES Daughter of Cabinet Member to Adopt Operatic Career. Washington. News that Flora Wil Bon, daughter of Secretary of Agricul ture WIlHon, Intends to adopt the op eratic stngo ns a enrt'er has awakened keen interest In thin country. Miss Wilson, It Is Bald, will make nor ap pcaranco on the professional stage when she rctin tiB to this country. She has been In Paris for two years study lut; singing nucl acting. Shu has a plousim; soprano voice. Her friends declare she lias been studying serious ly and has mnstcrcd the soprano roles of several famous operas. One of these Is Marguerite In "Kaust." It la especially suited to tier voice and characteristics. She has huiir selec tions from tho part many times In I'm Is. also during her visits In Kng 'land and Scotland, the birthplace of Secretary Wilson, and has always met wllh success. Miss Wilson Is the third of the "cabinet girls" who have been studying In Tails. The other two are the daughters of Secretary of the Treasury Shaw...

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. — 4 October 1906

w. thi: iio.Mi:. C. Hraim. the famous : vv Titer and oil i tor t' the L-ono-' within two mill's of Jackson. rlasl. may have written some Seventy-five acres in cultivation, foolish tilings, but r.o one ever. Cheap at .:!(. 00 per acre. Applv km; FARM FOR SALF. acres, on Snider Mill mail, House for Sale Cheap ii ai'L'ount owner leaving .Jack- son. r.muure at Herald Omce. NOTlCF. wrote a tiiuT. truer thing than to K. M. SAWVKU. , I I' you want a good dinner ami his tribute to home: ' plenty of it while at the Cape "The place to take the mens-' SETT'S I.J WITCH HAZEL yar K l(, liurrel Criddle's .stand, ure of a man is not the market AIVC For Piles, Burn. Sores. , ,K, u m ym rijrht place or the amen coiner, r.ot i v ivfij'ipv ." ,m " ...... ... A Wif u ..... rtrurtu n.. v.,n think u .-i,. T., t Ko CURE THS t-UMCftl fiiiieise some one for not going Sadler. Daisy- Republicans: F. .. Tacke, Henry .1. Hahs. C. F. Hahs; Democrats: A. M. Smith., D. M. Wills, T. 1!. I 'rites, l'.yrd. Court Hous...

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. — 11 October 1906

(kl 1 Jagksn MAID. F VS.unnon Secretary !Stii U.tril'l Society Coluiubi CIRCULATION TOR ALL THE PEOPLE. EST A BUSHED 1897 VOL. IX. JACKSON. MISSOURI, THURSDAY, OCT. II, 11MM5. NO. 4 The i LOCALS 3 Whent Cue to-day. W. J. I'.ryan is said to speak at the Cape Fair to-morrow. For bargains in Furniture see ISartels & McCombs. Mrs. A. L. Hryte of Oran was visiting in our city Sunday. Rye, Barley, Alfalfa and Clo ver Seed at McAtees. Rev. A. M. Dixon of Fruitland bad business in our city last Friday. Drink Milde Brothers' soda water. ! Horn, to Robert M. Reid and j wife of Jackson, last Thursday. J a fine boy. ' Parties wanting winter turf oats can get them at Mc- Atee's. ; Dr. Futrrell of Oak Ridge! was the largest purchaser at the lot sale last Saturday. j We lake produce checks in ex-: change for Furniture, "Martels & McCombs. Mrs. L. M. 1 lean attended the Slate W. C. T. U. Convention last week, returning home Tuesday. Harry Fnglish left last Friday for Pine P.hilV, Ark., wher...

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. — 11 October 1906

South Australia' Vintage. TV las' Snub A ;il I n vlntnrfl iel'h'd '.' i ':..'..!! r c.illoii.i. .1.4 compared a.'H 2.:H5.I7K gallons in 1 he previous year P'.i' Monument to Ncoro Poe. The P.o. Iir P'vil W. Clark, of CV-cInn r :. Is in i ; ti .in off rt ! so r 'i 1 1- s'llVi : -Hi inoaov M erect a inntm I Hi' nl over I '.i" urive o! tin- la'o neuro P"ot . I'vi! l.aur o 1 ri'' ir. Mr. ri.rk'i IvVr w i- i sVivehoMer. lint ):o .-.n i "!' in ri w'-.i wpro When M.ir.dv S-i:-' oil When 1V Corn Pone l. II.'' i : T.'Hi'imoMt." Cluvinf tis Cost o' L'quid Air. A ! in ii i' 1 1 K.:i! i .!! is crodiv-t Wi'il 1 .-n -.'! 11,4 111''. '".' '!' l'l'il'lll'".!!.; l'.ij.i; 1 i ; .i' V ' - i'i :i" m rt than or.'- -. -.'Ii ii-n.i! ini, and i' is said 1h.il h: i ; i-. t. . ; 'n h is ill", 'i.i'ii-al r.f'.. r i:i h.';ir,. m, w i!! til: ima'oly rni! ! ' : : : I . ;r .111 tn:i: i.ot ill Mot viore "!i .n about tw is a ::;iM m. TV M.. !'!!' ,"'i I,', i'.ts , .o. .j'.ie to s-'l ,t ui ". .i' ' ' "ii i 1 1 1 i . ...

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. — 11 October 1906

Mnner refunded for "rh pactcipie nt M'NAit rAIJKI.KSS DVKS if uititi fnclury. Ak your dniunt.t. A homely rich i;lrl la prettier ffinn beautiful poor one In tlio eyes of (illlic men. Lewis' Sini-le llinder ptrniflit fie rinr i. C""i iim 1 1 1 - jill ilu- tiini'. Yuur dialer ur l.rwi Kiirtury, 1'ciina, 111. To bn bold annlnst tho enemy la common to the brutes; but tlio pre rogative of n man Ih to lie ImlJ ui?alnnt himself. Onirics Klnssloy. Mfe often seems but a tih'pwrecit, .rose fragment tt ate friendship, Rlory ami love Tin; shon-a of time that we pass during our life arc covered with theso derelicts. Mine, do Stael. Defiance, Starch Is the latest Invcn tlun In thai line ami an improvement oil nil other makes; It I more eco nomical, does better worK, takes le:-a lime, (icl It from any grocer. Swallowed by the Sea. During 19115 there were wrecked, burned and foundered at oca CS7 Bteam vessels, of a net nmfrcnale tonnage of 2.r.'!.f,l 1, it ml U'JS Hailing vuuuulu of 214.600 tons. Th...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 11 October 1906

Jackson M.:uali. Kurew.ir an I n cm i nes. B V. H'SK I'iiui-iiki; WnU'lHM M 1 hi p.' .Ii'tll; a eoml -''im" ui 1 1 1 t- i i 4. I"T Terms fur tli. 'ow: JTOr one your. . . 81c mon ( lis Three nmnt li . !l KIIAI 1 :irr ;lf i.oo ' ;i) OflW Jtoaldenre p?,;ro:c;nr! Vr';,i ' Uarn fi l'er yenr. la uai .I'l.'-ai-. - ent-l. L-al rates. I'lsi.liiy.nl rales msdo ktuw ti i.u apt''."'. it ion. Jackson. Mt . iT. U l"t'ii All correspondence and adver tising matter to insure publica tion the week it is sent must reach us not later than Tuesday eve ning of each week. All ads must reach us not later than S o'clock Wednesday morning Local col- umns will be open till o'clock Wednesdy evening: forms will be locked up at '. o'clock Wednesday evening each week. Republican Ticket. STATK TICKKT. Huprfiiti- : .. :. - ,l Kl NNIS11 .1. T. NKYll.Ls sui'iiiiti ii'i'i.' 1 rui'i"- .1m, s ,i.mi:s r. wiiiTi-: Railro.'H1 atnl V :u.'lioiiei ''-ii.riii i..ti-i- KIAVAKD W. I'I.,:.T' .I! (Vnirrt's'-ipaii MM' I i i' i t V....

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. — 11 October 1906

OFFICE OF FRATERNAL ORDER OF COLONIALS. ((;C AIITKIIIA STATKMKNT.) Jackson, Mo., Sept. Ml, 1!HMI. II NA MIA I. .STATKMKNT. Cash on 1 1 11 1 I Dcccinln'r :n. r.Mi:.: Kxpt'iiHc I'uiifl $ 2.04 licscrvc Kuiiil :Vtt.:iT lit-iirlit I'liml Tot ill Jii!".7 Kcrclpts (hiring 1"tl: .luiitiary l!is.7ii hcliriuiry KH.tiii Mtitvli :iM.- April 1W.4: Muv Hl3 .him- 14. 2t .h.lv '. 2xim: AukuM 24'I..W Sept .-nilM-r lHT.ti'i. . . 17S7.:t.' Total rliaiyrh 4h.-..(i2 1 MslmrsiMiiPiitH (lurlntr l!imi: .lamiarv Iclniiaiv Mmvli .iki April It-10 Mav Iun.no .Iiii'ii- H1U..MI .Illl.V H.IKI August ."." Si'plrnilMT 47.10. . . lUlii.4-. :il'7J.:.7 "asli on IimihI f (ctolicr 1. V.'n: Kpt'H-c I'imhI W.V1 lii'MTip I'iiimI "sWi . i ; - i 1 1 1 ImiihI jin:i.7n Total j-.i-r.-2jr, MKMl'.I'liSllir STATKM I. NT. N' H 1 1 1 1 1 r -1 licin tit rri i!i 'all's iii I'nnv I ii'i'i'irliiT ;:, l'.iii.i Tot iii out si ainliii;r ItiMiratiri'. I invnil.rr iil. I'm.", 1 7 mi.ui I'll VI II l 'I. A I MS i. SAMK J HMD ' ii:iii:I.i AMorS...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 11 October 1906

The Jackson Herald It. I'. I I Sit, I'ulilUlicr. JACW-SON MISSOURI. e , "l.T TATHS. tVhrn "t I ilr.f an thtrlti And cor-. . 0. .'H oil. 1 . 1 1 ; !. i ';'-' .:; "! tw'rt A'U 'il' . V 'I' I III. lAr.l .' .iv.i.K i. .! .. ruddy itold, Art' B'li.i.: l: n- i1 .- -;;; -Ah, tl I'll J .!...! . ... v , f old. At .1 H1T..S.' i ! :i ami run. At .1 .lv-lit, . r f. I' .11 K'.sal M la o r;. t . c I '' ' . Tl oy tan h 1 . 1 1 1 o-r haves, nnd ( M ; 1 k link.' i . II lot the CM old ' "tin1 I. e.nne li.uk lo Die, A !!,.-. .'ii- -1 .i-Mc.1 dream, Ti ai r 1 1 I. .. ti .'in me i;Ke a ra Will', tuii .io a;.,le.itii. J ilv. -mi of paths I! Hi iinl around A i I ai;. .low li a HIT: Cf han-ls oil sinewy an.) hrowntd, A 1..I m .1 st : o.t in .ui.l s'K .ft ; Ami of who r' lake and river met, An. I i.f ll.i- sk.cs i f lu.io Kotlecte.t, t il 1 s. - it.rin yet; Atul then 1 ill atll ft ou. Oh. ways of old. oh, days of gold; ten .very morn n.e.wt you: V'l.cl ft. tl stat -st added night was cold, K.u h llloihihs: ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 11 October 1906

TIRED OF HIS OWN VOICE, WANTS NO CHANGE. THEODORE ROOSEVELT STANDS WITH THE STAND PATTERS. On the Subjects of Tariff Revision and Tariff and Trusts He Counsels Moderation and Conservatism for the Present as the Wisest Course. In tho rorm of a letter to Congress tmin Wat si in, of Imlianu. President Koosoyclt makes a strong uiieal for tin- cniiilnueil control of tho house of representatives by the Republican par ty. The letter, dating from Oyster May, August IS, dwells at lciiRth upon tin' work accomplished by tho Fifty ninth e-emgre-ss and upon tho Impor tance of tho work yet to lie accom plished. Among the unfinished meas ures which he hopes and believes will be brought to completion at next win ter's session he mentions specifically the "Mil to lower the duties on tin jiorls from the l'hlllppine Islands." On the subject of tariff revision and of the relation of the tariff to tho trusts, the president snys: "We stand nneriuivocnlly for a pro tective tariff, and we feel that tho phe...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 11 October 1906

Time Tabic Jackson Branch. No . .I.ti-K 2. In ' ;r. s' Mi l , .Lie ,M 11 H.i M , III II. J.. II. Ill I ! i. III. W J7 No '- riiiiri"t a ii li triiin N . I'.' nl . V 1 1 1 1 1 illi- t n.it is .lni' in hh at St. I .on is I iiimi Million .it ." . in. .. '.M iiw-oN Willi I mi n N'. I- :il A .l, n lile lllit i li-'ls Willi Cinr.i l'.r.nn-li ir.iins .it ( liailf-; .it fur ( 'aiiu ami li! ar I'.nilT. M. ( iv i:n. .It:.. Anein. Court Directory Oountv court meets at.laeksin the fir-d Monday in February. May, August anil November. Probate court meets at .lack.-on the second Monday in February. May. August an.l November. Circuit court meets at Jackson tin1 first Monday in .laimary. May anil t ho thii'il Nl.inilay in August. Common pleas court meets tit Cape I ii ran lean the fourth Mon day in January. May and .-September. DIRECTORY. i r in i i v. llr,l. K. Hi.' 111 llil.'ll.l ' i'H C I., i.r.mt.. .1. K. stimuli,, t '. K ll i ialli n. Hoi, s.. t litativ . .Mli'l . IT . . . ( '...!. fill ( r ail...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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