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

HOUSE MOVING If you have a liouac or ham to move, call on or write to CHAS. VINYAKI), It. F. I). No. 1. Jackhon, Mo. Terms reasonable; work satisfactory. 11. 8. WOLTER, IIKALKH IN STOVES, HARDWARE, TINWARE. Roof in; and Guttering: a Specialty. Call on him when in need of any thing in his line. He will treat you right. JACKSON, MISSOURI. Dr. J. L.Jenkins, RESIDENT DENTIST Jackson, Missouri 0er Schaefur'a Btora. Gold Filling!!, Siirer Fillings. Ce ment Filling. Artificial Teeth. Teeth cleaned. Plates repaired. Painless Extraction free when Plate re wanted. KILLth. couch and CURE TMt LUNC8 : Dr. King's Nov Discovory A0N$UPTI0N Price FOR I OUGH$r I0e$t.00 ISOLDS Free Trial. Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES, or MONET BACK. Slop and flour, bow much money yon would t.r. If yon ent roar fuel bill, rlcht In two, and (till doubled tb heating power , of four coal. The remit will be the ttroue- ' est of all arrnment. whr you , oucht to own a Wilson Hut Blast Heater. It...

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. — 6 December 1906

NOVEMBER AILMENTS THEIR PREVENTION AND CURG. November Is the month of falllnR temperatures. Over nil tho temperate regions the hot weather has passed and tho first rigors of winter have ap peared. As tho great bulk of civilized nations is located in tho Temperate Zones, the effect of ( hanging sea son Is a ques tion of the high est lmportnnrei. When the weath er begins to I he Hum an System Must Adjust itself to Changing Tem peratures. change from warm to cold, when cool nights succeed hot nights, when clear, cold days follow hot. sultry days, tho human body must ndjust Itself to this changed condition or perish. Tho perspiration Incident to warm weather has been checked. This de tains within tho system poisonous materials which havo heretofore found escape through the perspiration. Most of tho poisonous materials re tained In tho system by tho checked perspiration find their way out of tho body, if at all, through the kidneys. This .throws upon tho kidneys extra labor. They becomo ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 6 December 1906

JAIN WATER STORAGE BARREL8. Convenient Arrangement by Which a Supply May Be Kept on Hand. The Town and Country Journal of Australia Illustrates a method of ar ranging rain barrels In a series which 'lll appeal to our farmers. Several largo barrels are set In a row on a uitable pint form and connected with pipes near the top. As the barrel A la filled, the overflow runs Into barrel B, and so on until C Is alao filled. Wa ter Is used each time from the barrel 'urthest from the eave spout with the Rain Water Storage Barrels. result thnt space emptied each tlms Is such that It will bo filled readily In the caRe of rain. While this Is not Important It Is the only method by which a full barrel Is ensured until the neighboring barrels are emptied. FARM IMPLEMENTS. A Large Investment That Should Be Well Looked After. If you have not gathered up, cb-an- ed and properly housed your fa. Til ing Implements, and protected them from riiRt and weather, do so at once, before the snows and rnlna com...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 6 December 1906

oooooooooooooooooocoooooooooocooocooooooocooocooooooooooocooocooooooooccocooo The (Sfreat (Price deduction Sale WILL COMMENCE ON SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8th, 1906 $1,300.00 fresh stock of Merchandise to be sold at Genuine Bargains We will cut the prices down on all the stock we have on hand. Do not be deceived or talked into the belief that our goods are in ferior because our price are considerably lower than at other places. We will guarantee every article you buy from us to give good satisfaction. Don't overlook a single item bejow every word means money to you. Read every word, then come and in vestigate. New stock, freshest goods, lowest prices, and quality the highest. Keep in mind the fact that every article is fully guaranteed, as we stated, in value and quality, it will pay you to give us a visit, and when you come to our store you will find the very lowest prices on the highest grade or goods so tnat you can not help but buy all you need at this seison of the year. Will quote yo...

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

The Jacks&n ' '" I Snnft'tV CfillinihU MAW), CIRCULATION 1800. FOR ALL TIIE PEOPLE. ESTABLISHED 1807 VOL. X. .1 ACKSON. MISSOURI THURSDAY, DEC. 13, 190G. NO. a. Mo paa5TVinnnfyyooBiioTTQ I C I (I ( A L J 2 uu3 Wheat 65o to-day. Prosecuting: Attorney Chas. H. Daues is in the city to-day. For Xmas presents go to Ford Hdw. Co. 12-20 Go to the Fruitland Store Com pany for bargains. Jno. P. Mabrey who has been traveling for the Cape County Milling Company through the south is home for the holidays. Christmas tree candles, hold ers and ornaments at Hassling er's. Another big lot of nice cloaks at Hoftmeister & Heinberg's, Very cheap. Mrs. E. H. Smith and Mrs. Hollaway of Charleston, visited in Jackson last week. They at tended the Methodist Bazaar. An elegant line of ehildrens! fur sets just received at Hoff meister & Heinberg's. , Dont fail to see the beauti ful display of Xmas presents at Grant. Elbrecht & Co. Mr. John Halliburton and wife of El Paso, Texas, are visiting...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 13 December 1906

Gossip from Gotham. Book cf Mrs. Parsons Advocating Trial Marriages Creates Storre of Protest- Trusis Are Trying to Check Antagonism by Rais ing Wages of Employes Other Interesting Notes. me iiemninni; ot thinus. She sets forth a mass f data In proof of the assertion that laxity has been a ruling characteristic f the marital relation in all routit rli's since the d tun of civilization. Mrs rarsons treats the subject lu all its bcuin.us with the dispassionate, calm of f ecientille. Investigator. Mrs. Parsons has thus far had absolutely nothing to sav recardin? het book and will ha. nothing to say. Neither has or will .Mr. I'arsons. In nbarp contrast to til- retlcenee of Mr. I'arsons and hU wiTo la tho contiuued discussion of those holding opposite iews. t'onstituents of the congressman are aghast. A movement Is already on foot to defeat him for reel-ction. although ho had just been reseated by a triumphant vote. CREAT CORPORATIONS RAISING WAGES. Practically all the Bic.it railroad an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 13 December 1906

FARMER IN CANADA. WESTERN Ths Quility of No. 1 Hard Wheat Cannot Be Beaten. Tho Cnnadliiti st In tlio past five or ton years lias pivon a ret back to the thoory that larpo cltlrs arc the backbone of a country anil a nation's best aaot. II mo we have a country whero no city exceeds 100,000, and where only one. conies within easy distance of that flutire nrcordlng to tho census jtmt taken and whero no other city reaches a population ex ceeding 15,000. Tho places with a population over li.OOO can bo counted upon tho flnsers of ono hand, and yet the prosperity that prevails Is some thing unprecedented In tho history of all countries past or present. Tho reason for this marvelous prosperity Is not hard to Reek. Tho largo majority of the 810,0no people who Inhabit Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, have gone on to tho farm, and havo betaken themselves to the task of not only feeding and clothing '.hemselvea, but of raising food for others less happily circumstanced. The crop of 100(5, al...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 13 December 1906

Jackson Herald. KKPUBLlr AN IN riil.lTtCH. R. V. H'SK.. rriu.isiiKH Kntrrec At Hip pontoftli'e h JrM'kKoiv Mo. acnud-rlHM mutter SutMnhcr 4. ISM. Terms for the ows: For one yen r. . . it montlip Threi' ni"tit lis . . II k ii ami are imi- l.oo so :to OflW &eltlm't.. 142 AnvERTisiNo Uatks: Local flc per lint- onoli iiiHortion. Professional Rani 5 rer year. Leeal A(lverti-e- sientK lejral rates. I linplny ;id rates nado known on application. Jackson, mo . dkc. w. m If you jfet a statement of .sub script ion and it does not ajjree with your date on the paper, just notify us and we will gladly, make all necessary corrections. The city council at its meeting Monday night made arrange ments to pay for the well and have 600 feet of pipe put in it. The work on the water and light plant will begin soon. The notice in the Marble Hill W. D. Robertson. We are sorry Press that our old friend S. M. to hear of this sad occurrence. McAnally has struck a rich vein! Do not fail to lake a(ivantage ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 13 December 1906

HOUSE MOVING If yon havo a house or Ultu to wioi, call on or write to. . . . fHAS. VINYAKD, It. K. I), No I, Jacksoh.Mo. Terms Reasmible; work satisfactory. For Sale. Sevenil nice houses and lots at this place; also some farm lands. Abstracts of title furnixlied all purchasers. If you want to buy, sell or exclmnjre your property see SAM VANDIVORT, AT THE COURTHOUSE. Dr. J. L.-Jciikiiisj RESIDENT DENTIST Jackson, Missouri Over H-hiii'fr's Store. Gold Killings, Silver Fillings. Ce ment Killing. Artificial Teeth Teeth cleaned. Plate" repaired Painless Kxtr.i. ti..n free when I'lntct lire wanted. msA KILL the COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS Dr. King's KITH New Discovery n"!'DTiniy Prlca FOR S OiJGHSand VOLCS 50c i$ 1.00 Free Triet. Surest unci ui lckest, Cure for all THItOAT ar:ii LONG TRCUU Lt'S, or MOSEY BACK. Mwnin inn ' II r.i3in iiw. ww Stop and tleuru h"vy itiiu'h innn.-y ymi , would save if you nit your fuel li!U t ii'Ut in two, ami still f(im.'if the li'-ntin power of your coal. The rr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 13 December 1906

The Jackson Herald D. V. MMt, Vutilialier. JACJVSON. MISSOUII. Beating the Weather. We are now in know for all day In advanco whin wo may pxi ect the Weather to he. Tho I'lilted Slates weather bureau lias had one of lta me teorologists at work for 11 long time making forecasts for seve ral days nlirad, and he has been no successful that hp Is to continue the work, and tho bureau will publish till predictions. Hp has been enabled to make the pre dictions by receiving news of tho at mospheric conditions prevailing over almost thp who1 of the northern hem isphere. Thp bureau has lstcly made arrangements to receive di.lly reports from the Russian meteorological serv ice, and from the west coast of Ku ropp. from the West Indies, from Her ininla, the Azores, H.ihania and Hono lulu. In a few months reports will be received from the Interior of Alaska, and within a year from Iceland. With Information of thp atmospheric condi tions within and around the arctic cir cle, It will be possible to...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 13 December 1906

COURAGE, MY HEART. Courage, my heart, amidst the battle her; Kver lis winter nounoti liHth the year; Amuse thy self ii ml Until on without tear; At UhI thi! Ilnwerod springtime Will appear. Courage, my heuri: CouruRe, my heart, and fall not In the (lent; The luy in kIiukkIiiiii In thu bunds of night; Yield not one step; liny, dure ull In thy nniilil; Clio huum ate counted thut (hall bring tlie liKht. ('(jiii nee. my heart! CouraKc, my heart, and let dttd follow Heed; Flow is the increase of tho loiiff-snw'ti seed; Hear no durk words, and no forcbodini;.'! heed; 71)0 harvest days will conic and bring their meed. Courage, my heart! Outrage, my heart; strive on for mastery: The winds and wave have strength upon the sea; Slrmeniber that thou hast been bold and tree; The ship at last shall In Its harbor be. Connote, nty heart : 'nuraiif, my heart, ami bo thou stanch and strong; "The things are many that would work thee. wronK; llont bravely now, anil meet thy foes In throng; Kor thou Hha...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 13 December 1906

FOR SALE CHEAP ON EASY TERMS Some of the Handsomest Building Lots in Jackson Apply to Edw. D. Hays. place of beginning, saving and Beginning at the northeast cor excepting54 feet off of the north ' ner of said lot 36; thence run east CCliT CDCC Hooklpt entitled "Draneh-1 nookkocpiuff In THREE iniinil on's KveOnvuer." It will montlm than others can in oou anil thnt Drauirhon'f vinco voil that Dratiehon s ColleeeH S1A, atiu that llrauirh . hv dioir SlTKHlOK ami COPY- Colleges teach only tho KIUHfEL) methods, teach you nioro1 BEST system of SHORTHAND. DRAUGHON'SSs $300,000.00 cnpital; 1!S Colleges in 16 States; 17 yeaiTsueeess. DDCITinVC secured or money refund-1 1 C ARM I -aw. Bookkeeping, Shorthand rUOlllUilJ e,i, Written t out rai t pi v-1 LLHnil lVnnmiiH,iip.Drawing.nYUl eii. tor Catalog anil "Kve Opener," Ariilmiotie, lias. Knfr1isli. Kip u 1 pall, "phone, or write Jno. F. Drnughnn, Satisfaction guaranteed. Writo tor 1rsiiU'iit, cither piiu'O below mentioned, 'prices on 1IOMK STl'...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 20 December 1906

Ime Jackson IMIemald, CIRCULATION 1800. FOR ALL THE PEOPLE. ESTABLISHED 1897 VOL. X. JACKSON. MISSOURI, THURSDAY, DEC. 20, 190(5. NO. G j LOCALS 3 Wheat 65c to-day. Bernhard Gockel, jr., is home for the holidays. Hdw Co 12- 20 ! n . Go to the Fruitland Store Com - party for bargains. Carl Wallace has another car load of fine apples at the depot. Cut prices in Millinery at Morgan & Ranney's. See big ad of Reehan & Abra ham's great price reduction sale. Dont forget the Poultry Show, Doc. 31 to Jan. 5th at Armory Hall. Christmas tree candles, hold ers and ornaments at Hassling er's. Another big lot of nice cloaks at Hoffmeister & Heinberg's, Very cheap. Otis Thompson of Pocahontas had business in our city yester- day An elegant line of fur sets just received meistor & Heinberg's. Dont fail to see the beauti- ful display of Xmas presents at j Grant, Elbrecht & Co. The Poultry show commences I Monday Dec. 31st. Remember : the date. I See Grant, Elbrecht & Co. forj...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 20 December 1906

Special Offerings of Christmas Merchandise at ? Se). . This is the time of good cheer and everybody is trying to make the other happy. You can supply your wants from our large stock to the very best advantage. We offer large assortments of all kinds of dependable Merchandise, suitable for making gifts and otherwise. During the remainder of the time before Christmas we will offer special inducements on almost all of our large stock which contains the most up-to-date Merchandise on the markets. You may wish some of the following for father or brother: Suit, Suspenders, Ties, Shirts, Gloves, lints, Caps, Cravenette Coat, Mufflers, Hnndkerehiefs, a box of Collars, pair of Fine Shoes, pair of Nice Slippers, Book Case, etc. You may wish some of the following for mother or sister: Cloak We have a nice line. Fur The newest styles. Sowing Machines, Collars and Neckwear, Combs Fine Side and Hack Combs. Purses, Hand Bags, Gloves, Belts All the newest Patterns, Handker chiefs The biggest kind o...

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

4 J& j& TO wMEBJ (SEKEML (HPEPJ HKRUSE 1 have hoard my grandfather toll time and time again of the reception which (Jen. Jackson Rave to the British on New Year's day in the year of grace 1815, and believe I ran write It down exactly at) he repeated It to me, for he was there, taking a very active part In the ceremonies, If the reports of his kupcrlor officers are entitled to credit as of course they are. You miiHt know first of the situation at New Orleans on tho dawning of this New Year's day, and that can be told In few words. General .Juckson had on Christmas day 4.000 men, 20 pieces of artillery, and two armed schooners .with which to defend the city; and the defense of New Orleans meant the defense of the slate of Louisiana and the entire Mississippi valley. The whole British army consisted ot 7,000 land troops, with a fleet numbering more than B0 vi'Hscls of all sizes and rigs, not a few of which were well armed. ' Two days after Christmas the enemy had succeeded In d...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 20 December 1906

Jackson Hi:uau. KKrCBMOAN IN POMTICR. H K. Ll'SK. . ITRMHHKK rmn'1-',ln'' nmttor MnvpmtiiT 4. IMV7. Terms for tin- Hrc'tAt.p r i-roi-'tw: For one vr;ir I.ki git months n Three month :m Offlr .. Ms . us AnvKKTiniMi Uatks: Locals fir Hr linr nii-li insiTlinn. 1'rofiv.rilmiiil Card " 1'i-r ycur. l.'-jral Advprtle Jiiento li cal'ruti'S. Iip!ny id rate madi known mi ipilirntfin. JACKSON. M. I'KC. JO lw' The will dinners have finished our well and left for other parts. It is claimed we have an abund ant supply of water. And work on the water and light plant for the City will begin as soon as our City Council gets in touch with the engineer, Mr. Herman Phillips. We notice that our Cash-Book editorly is against the State Mlitia and opposdto the Missouri legislaure appropriating $100,000 for the Militia. ; Now the legis lature will be askedjfor $150,000 appropraitions instead of $100,000 and we believe lit isj money well spent. We believe that the old saying, ' ' Prepare for war in time of p...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 20 December 1906

HOUSE MOVING If you have a Jiounp or tm.ru to rivc, call on or write to OMAS. V1NYAUI), H F.I. No. t. Jackson, Mo. Terms Hcosnnble; work satisfactory. For Sale. Several nice houses and lot at this place; also some farm lands. Abntraets of title furn inked all purchasers. If you want to buy, sell or exchange your property see SAM VAND1VORT, AT THE COURT HOUSE. Dr. J. L.Jenkins, RESIDENT DENTIST Jackson, Missouri 0er rVbsefpr's Store. Gold Fllllntrs, KUrcr FIlIlntiR. O merit KilllnRS. Artificial Teeth. Teeth cleaned. Plate repaired. Palnletw Extrartluo free when Plate are wanted. KILLth.OOUCH and CURE thi LUNC8 Dr. King's KITH flow Discovory ONSUMPTION Price OUGHSand BOeaft.OO OLDS Free Trial. Surest and Uuiekent Cure for ail THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES, or MONET BACK. Slop and flinire how much money you would lave If you cut your tn bills riirht in two, and still JouUrd the liestlnir power of your coal. The mult will be the strong- est of all arguments why you ought to own a Wilson Hot...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 20 December 1906

HER HIGHNESS The Story of a Christmas Peacemaker By A. M. CONST ANT1NE Her Highncsa jumped off the piano stool and ran to him eagerly. "Yon are very lute, sir knight," slip aid. reprovingly. "Oh, two three hours late!" "Kate Isi the offender. Tour High ness," the young fellow replied, with a deprecating wave of his arm. "My train was delayed two hours, nnd In tho accident several peoplo were killed. So I'm fortunate to bo here at all." "Oh!" murmured tho child. "Rut I trust your highness Is In good health," ho added, with grave cour tesy, "and all your royal brothers and -her majesty tho queen?" Then ho kissed the outstretched lit tle fingers with great dignity and laid a small package lu one palm and a handful of bonbons In tho other. And then he wished Her Highness a very merry Christmas and again added his courteous felicitations for all the royal relatives. Her Ulbiess cooed delightedly, and Stroked Her Golden Hair. oh-eil and ah-ed very softly, and when Ehe had feasted her eyes...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 20 December 1906

DOOOOOOOOOOwOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO909OOOOOOOO o o o o o o o o o 8 The reat Price deduction Sale Q O O O O O o o o o o o o o of Reehan & Abraham is going on. Goods are going fast. Read our prices below. If you want good goods cheap you must come quick, as our prices make goods sell. Sale continues till Monday, December 24. We will cut the prices down on all the stock we have on hand. Do not be deceived or talked into the belief that our goods are in ferior because our price are considerably lower than at other places. We will guarantee every article you buy from us to give good satisfaction. Don't overlook a single item below every word means money to you. Read every word, then come and in vestigate. New stock, freshest goods, lowest prices, and quality the highest. Keep in mind the fact that every article is fully guaranteed, as we stated, in value and quality. It will pay you to give us a visit, and when you come to our store you will find the...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 20 December 1906

, j a 4 tut iv tf Wiff trill Hi 7Kf FACTORIES. " I h.ive lircn trying to prt mine finn errto put in a line of your sIkwk, m we have a riar.l tiriic prttinrc a poml lioe in this town. I believe if you will take tlic i:attir up, you cm arrange with Messrs. A; Co. to handle " Diamond Brands." I have no interval in the tnattrr only mm i want to buy a .kkI sin once in a while. Ynu will rcmeinlirr that I hardleil your ahon when in Iniitraa in Quanah, oml know what they are " KEV. WALTER V.HIVI I I II, Silverton, TexM. Could the superiority of Diamond Brand shoes be tnore convincingly shown ? You arc just as anxious for good shoes as Rev. Griffith and it is equally worth your while to insist that your dealer supply them. Ask your dealer for Diamond Brand Shoes fcj wMArs move me OWE? OVSE mwt TWO YEARS FOR Si. 25 A i "mpk'to history f two history-iiim U iiit; years 1007 au I 1!US. The entire proceedings of all the important session of Congress to tie held dmini; those two years. The fiyht t...

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