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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 10 January 1907

nrrg b a aairnnnnrg vrzvfTs C t r r a I c tjLPJUUUUUUABJtJUL Wheat 65c to-day Representative Kies is home for a few days. Chistian Kam'll of the Cape attended court here Monday. Go to J. W. Stevens store at the Cape for bargains. For good shoes wear the Star Brand. Sold by H. V. Pope, Jackson, Mo. Go to the Fruitland Store Com pany for bargains. Mrs. R. L. Ward of Caruthers ville is visiting her parents, Dr. F. R. Atkins and wife. Fred Goyert and his efficient deputy, Warren L. Mabrey, took charge of the County Clerk's office Monday. Save money by buying your Heating Stoves at R. S. Wolter's Al Schmuke the insuarnce man is home for a few days. Mr. Schmuke tells us he will move to St. Louis about next month. Nice leggins for men and boys for 50 cents at C. H. Wolter. Conductor J. H. Sumner of DeSoto relieved Conductor Couse on the branch road last week. Mr. Couse is taking a vacation. Three cars were derailed on the switch near Mill B last Fri day. They were gotton on the track with ...

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. — 10 January 1907

CONDEMN AND DEFEND THE UNWRITTEN LA W TWO SIDES OF Man aid Woman, ProrrJterJ in Public Life, State Their Views on Subject at Preaznt of Much Promir.etce The Right to Defend the Integrity of Family Life la One of the PUat Made Only Punishment to Fit the Crime, BY JOAQUIN MILLER. A woman, good or bad, shot a man, good or bad. in his lintel In our na tional capital, the other day. She standi), she says, "intrenched behind the 'unwritten law.' " She claims to have chased this man from t'tah to Washington and shot lilra to death In his hotel, because he refused to provide for her and her two children; that she has twice been made a mother; that one of the children bears bis name. We have, up to date, been pretty tolerant of the woman who takes a babe on one arm and a pistol In tho other hand and pursues a man to his death. Hut when there are two chil dren, ns In this cuse, one may well ponder a bit before lie gives her tho tears and tenderness so generously given to the guileless, misgui...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 10 January 1907

GATE WITH A WHEEL ON IT. The Swinging of Heavy Gate May Be Made Eaiy. Many tlmca for various reasons It I necessary to havo an extra long gate on the farm. Generally a wldo gate la heavy and hard to handle In open ing and shutting. The sketch which I am sending you Illustrates an easy way of overcoming the difficulty of handling a heavy gate, writes a cor respondent of Pralrlo Farmer. In attaching the wheel to the gate I first take a piece of 2x4 about three feet long and size ono end down until It will enter tho hub of an old cultl- Wheel Attached to Heavy Gate. vator wheel. After tho wheel is fast ened to the end of the 2x4 I fasten the latter to the gate by two or three strong bolts. Place, the 2x4 and wheel Just high enough so the gate will clear the ground when swung to one side. When tho gate Is Flint the wheel stands between the end of the gate and the post, ns shown In the cut. When a pate of this kind Is nrranced properly a child can open and shut it without difficulty. GOO...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 10 January 1907

WAmm BRAWSMS In 1805 we built our first factory. Today we own and operate 5 large factories and make more fine shoes than any other House in the West. This fact is a guarantee to you that Diamond Brand Shoes are right in every way. Our supremacy as manufacturers of fine shoes is assurance that the cheaper grades of Diamond Brand shoes possess equal superiority over other lines at the same prices. JK VOL' DEALER FOR DIAMOND M.Ntl SHOES WE MAKE MORE FINE OTHER HOUSE V ntmm -of the atii .assertion II XUV'oi me an. . There is na mors dangerous complaint than Croup with children, and it i very necessary that a remedy should be al hand to check the disease, when it first appears. Dr. Classe'a Cough Syrup will be found a safe guard against this complaint. It loosena the phlegm, clears up the hroat, and gives immediate relief. It is as pleasant as honey to the taste, and a child will take it without trouble. The mother who knows the value of this Syrup will out be withoajt It, for it saves ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 17 January 1907

The Jacksom i Best Advertising Medium 2 o Rates Given on Application 3 Id S To Reach the People ) 1 J A 1 T I- i g rtUTciuse in i ne neraiu CIRCULATION 1800. FOR ALL THE PEOPLE. ESTABLISHED 181 Vol. X Jackson, Missouri, Thursday, Jan. 17, 1907. No. 10 era LARGE CROWD ATTEND TEMPERANCE MEETING Baptist Church Filled to Over flowing at Last Sunday's Cos pel Temperance Service The Gospel Temperance Meet ing which was previously an nounced met in the Baptist Church last Sunday afternoon. The church was filled with one of Jackson's most attentive audiences. Members from the various churches of the town made up this large audience. The program was carried out in full. The songs were good. The speeches by Masters Earl Obermiller and Joe Haw were tip top. Rev. A. M. Ross read the scripture lesson and Rev. M. T. Haw lead in prayer. The ad dress of the afternoon was made by Rev. C.P.Browning of the Pres byterian church. His remarks showed that he was thoroughly enlisted in the temperance work,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 17 January 1907

Qood PROUD OF HIM. The young man felt that he was In love, and wisely decided to consult his father In tho matter. "Sho's beautiful, of course?" said the old gentleman, after hearing his on and heir's confession. "Oh, father, she's " , "Never mind that," interrupted the eld gentleman. "1 know It all. Good family?" One of the best In the city." ex claimed the young man. "Why, her father, when he was alive, was " "Father dead?" Interrupted the old tentleman again. "Yes. She's an orphan." 1 "Urn well, that's no fault of hers. Have you stopped to think how you !11 provide for her?" "Oh. but she's rich, father!" ex claimed the young man, joyfully. Sbe's worth $100,000 In ber own right." The old man shook his head doubt fully. "Never marry o girl for money, my Iboy." he said. "You'll be sorry If you Uo." "But, father " "Never marry a girl for money," re peated the old gentleman, meditative ly. "It makes more trouble In this world than anything else. But," he fcddod, suddenly brightening u...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 17 January 1907

t rVJitlW A At.b.L I Art GOOD ROADS. Progress Which the Movement la Mak ing Throughout the Country. Throughout the country, especially In rural districts, the demand for In formation as to the best methods of road construction Is steadily growing, where people are willing1 to expend money on mending their highways. Owing . to Inexperience and lack of organization, money Is frequently wasted. In some couatles well able to support a system of good roads, little work is done owing to lack of knowl edge. It is In Just such cases that the work of the office of public roads la proving of signal value. The depart ment does not undertake the construc tion of roads, which can be and should be the work of counties within the states, but the educational value of employing experts In the construction of sections of Improved roads In dif ferent parts of the country has been fully demonstrated, says the Journal of Agriculture. Expert advice on road construction has been given and ex perimental fi...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 17 January 1907

Jackson Heuald. nKrrBi.icAN tN roi.mcs. B. F. LUSK. , l'Vlll.tSHKH Kntrrrc nt tlir poMofttrr nt .ln.-ki.nti. Mo. eomt-.'lK runttr Niivi'nitipr . IM . Terms for tlif lows: For one year. . . . , 61i mom ho Three months . . Oflic teeldanrr. H KHALI1 :ire a f"l Advertising Katkr: Locals c per line onch insoi tion. Professional Card 5 per yenr. Lpul Advertise ment leral rutes. I ijilriy ad rates made known on application. JACKSON. MO., .IAN. 1". 1W. The new county couurt took their seats Monday. They start ed off allright. The saloon pe tition of which the Cape Daily Republican made such, unfavor able mention was withdrawn. dainty lunch was served after which the guests separated for their homes, having spent a de lightful evening. Those present were: Misses Freda Ilelmkampf, Lillian Armstrong, Elsie Heyde, Hattie Caldwell. Amy Nell Ilen dprsmi. .bisr-nhine ftairwell. H.00 a.t t 4l.. $0 i iUimiirt trims, f rmum iuiiuey, nessie iueuiey, Messrs. Fred Powell, Herman Mueller, Ray Medley, Rob...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 17 January 1907

LOCALS Wheat 65c to-dav. Prof. T. E. Joyce of Cape Girardeau had business in our city Monday. Dr. L. E. Jenkins of FrerJ ericktown was visiting relatives in our city th'e first of the week. Go to J. W. Stevens store at the Cape for bargains. T. M. Gresham has purchased the Greenville Sun. The editor, Mr. Davis, will move to Colo rado. Col. L. M. Bean tells us that the thermometer fell 24 degrees from noon till about four o'clock Monday. R. W. McNeely of Welch township had business in Jack son, Monday. The jury in the Herman Klages case disagreed and were discharged. The case will be retried in May. Miss Emma Howard and her brother, Leo, came home Satur day from Schumer Springs, were they spent a few days. For Sale Clippings for kindl ing wood. CITY TRANSFER CO. Paul R. Kluge will have a sale of household and kitchen furni-1 ture and other things at Apple- ton Saturday, Jan. 26, 1907. ! Married, at the home of the' bride, lour miles west ot Jack- son, last Friday night, Joseph Rapp a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 17 January 1907

The Jackson Herald B. F. l.tSK, I'uhllpilirr. Jackson. : : : Missorni. Agricultural Export. The calendar year Is closing wlta very Inilicntlon that the remarkable volume of exports will remain at. the flood. A bulletin from the burenu of statistics at Washington Is testimony to this effect. The bulletin deals with the exports of domestic breadstuff s, meat and dairy products, food animals, rotten and mineral oils for November end for the 11 months of the present year ended with November. The total of these exports for November was 1105.311,000 against $09,341,000 In 1005, end for the 11 months 7SS.2j7,0u0 compared with $703, 509,000 last year. The December returns are not likely to show any relative decrease, and the entire year Is fairly certain to show a large advance over last. Several features of iho bulletin showing com mand special Interest. Thouah there was something of a falling off In this class of exports for the month, our fhlpnients abroad of meat and dairy products and ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 17 January 1907

LIFE'S SILENT WATCHES Cut of life' (llent watches. Out of the Kloom of night 8nul that foresee the conflict Band fortb tholr words of might llnroes of art and science. Wrestle alone for year, Bringing at last some trophy Worthy tho whole world's cheers. Poet with brooding patlonre, Tolling with courage strong, Cut of some lonely vigil, Weave an Immortal song. IVe tfirough the whirl of pleasure. Not from the din of strife, But out of the silent wiitrhps Come the great decdaof life. l.atita Wilson Smith. In Success Ma inline. THE SPENDERS A Tale of the Third Generation Br HARRY LEON WILSON 1 A- Copyright, by Lothrop Publlihing Company. CHAPTK.n XXX. CONTINUS-D. I "You gee that was the sort of moon ahlne I started in to live. Two or three times I was a grievous disap pointment to my people, and ones or twice, perhaps, I was disappointed myself. I was never quite sure what 1 wanted. But if you think I was con sistently mercenary you are mistaken. "I shall tell you something more somethi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 17 January 1907

New book for 1 906 is the most beautiful book we ever issued. Pictures in natural o!ors cf 97 present for the users of Arbuckles ARIOSA Coffee. Will be sent free to any one who writes for it Do you rulirc wliat irral buna tKu AiWllfj ARIOSA Co!fe it A. miny u 30,000 letter, for preimi ue 'reared hoe in day. In rest we dcaptlctuxi lour million inaividust prwoU to our cmtomeri preavati that hrouglit letter, of thinki sad appreajbun In ntura. Here is one from Mrs. De Jarnette: " I appreciate highly the beautiful presents sent me NEW IDEA K?2 .6? T7F IK lEBYSlSAMlHQMEYslAR CJf. tfiovps tt.e Eafcls eras a ivs m v mi u: sr warnim iii&y Cures Coughs, Colds, Croup, La Grippe, Asthma, Throat and Lung Troubles. Prevents Pneumonia and Consumption For Sale ai Jackson Drug Co. FOR SALE CHEAP ON EASY TERMS Some of the Handsomest Building Lots in Jackson . Apply to Edw. D. Hays. S7 J LUMBER, LATHS, CEMENT ami all BUILDING MATERIAL at HENDERSON'S LUMBER YARD, AS, W. NEfeDERSOa, We.-t .Main St v...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 24 January 1907

Id Best Advertising Medium v u icam iitc retime zi Of Rates Given on Application 5 Advertise in The Herald 3 3 Ca. iJLiuuu sum slsul ajl&jujuu! The Jackson rlera CIRCULATION 1800. FOR ALL THE PEOPLE. ESTABLISHED 187 Vol. X Jackson, Missouri, "Thursday, Jan. 24, 1907. No. U THE "23" SALOON N WITHDRAWS PETITION After Exposure of Their Car achter By Cape Republican 'They Withdraw Petition The managers of No. 23 sa loon at the Cape did not fill their petition. A very large remon strance was sent in against it. If half what is told on that dive is true it should be put out of business and kept out. It is stated that many girls, some even from this town have been led astray in this resort. If this is true the people of that block should prove it in the court and if it is not then in justice to the saloon managers it should be cleared away. SOUTHEAST NOTES H. W. Lusk, at one time a prominent merchant of Hol- comb, Mo., died at his home at that place last week of bloody poisoning. Charl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 24 January 1907

SAD YEAR FOR CUPID WAS ONE JUST PAST DOMESTIC JARS FREQUENT AND SEVERE Matrimonial Wrecks Almost Beyond Counting Have Strewn the Shores of Life-'West Far Ahead of the East in the Number of Divorces That Have Been Asked For and Granted. Chicago. Suroly New Year's day must have boon the saddest that Cu pld ever has spent. When the little god balances his books for lflOti ho will be compelled to sit down and weep, for the list of the matrimonial wrecks of tho year bIiowb an awful number of disasters. There havo been enough domestic jars to shake the continent, worse than the earth quake shook San Francisco. If they all iiari occurred at one Instant. The tears that have been shed would make salty sea If they could be collected In the desert basin of Sahara. Indeed, It has been a bad year for Cupid. Divorces have been more numerous than in any other twelve mouths since marriage became an In stitution. Princes, dukes, counts, statesmen, magnates, and millionaires, butchers, doctors, groce...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 24 January 1907

DEVICE FOR BINDING FODDER. Can Be Made at Home and la Easily Operated. A. H. Denlson, Kansas, writes In one of our exchanges and suggests plan for binding fodder. He uses a lever between two small uprights A and B, as abown In Illustration. The loose fodder Is pressed Into the open ing between A and B and by down- The Fodder Binder. ward movement of lever Is pressed Into a small compass. The band Is then readily adjusted. The whole de vice Is supported by the square piece C, ao that it may be moved from place to place. We do not know to what extent this will prove entirely practical, but it Is possible that It will suggest a useful idea to some of our readers. . KEEPING ACCOUNTS. How One Farmer Figures Out the Troflt on Hie Cows. The ever-recurring bookkeeping bugbear brings to nilad a recent in terview with one of the largest farm ers in the east, who Is a bright man and a large wholosale baker, Thomas Kolley. He said: As a business man t have learned that the books must be kept ri...

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. — 24 January 1907

Jackson Heuald. RF.rrrT.TCAN tn tolith s. S. F. LUSK ITin.ifiTKn Kntprec ntthc poMofllre M Ji'Hi'n; M as e"oiid-i'lii mutter Nnvrmtirr 4. lM't. Terms for t he Hrhai.p sire a fol lows: For one year 11.00 fill months 50 Three months OfBc fteeldeocu.. . 143 AnvEKTisiNrt Ratks: Loral fir per lint' each Insertion. Professional Card T6 per year. Lejral AdveTtNi BjentBlppiilVntPs. Display iid rates made known on application. JACKSON. MO.. .1 AN. 24. To-day is the day of special prayer for colleges. Our special proposition lasts one more week. It closes Sat urday, February 2. '07 Somebody says, how I would Henry Gockel do., for mayr of Jackson ? Tt -i i e I II. A. uass, SO ion euiwn wi the Missouri School Journal, is now State Superintendent of pub lic schools. He qualified and took charge of his office January 1st. I Some of our subscribers' se cured through the piano contest' seem not to understand our prop- j osition. The prices made you in letter covers the 40 cents extra in policy. You...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 24 January 1907

rrrmnn t t ' vr : LOCALS : Wheat 65c to-day. Common Pleas Court at the Cape convenes next Monday. Go to J. W. Stevens store at the Cape for bargains. Buggy poles all kinds at C. H. Wolter's. 1 . . -1 , t. rtev. Ai. l. naw win ihcovu at Williams school house, next Sunday at 3 p. m. For Rent Four room house in Jackson; apply to G. C. Hasslinger. C. L. Grant is moving into his fine new residence in West Jackson, this week. For Sale A full blooded Dur ham cow. Calf week old. Apply at this office. Kirby Wise, and Dick Houk left for Idaho last week in search . of health and a new location. FOR SALE. A new house and three acres of ground near Jack son. Apply at this office. 131. Died, near the Roberts school house, last week, the six-weeks-old child of Tom Turner and wife. WANTED Thirty (30) last! spring mules. WILSON & SON, a Allenville, Mo. J. W. Werneck, of. near.Blod gett was in our town Monday looking for good mules. He' wants to purhase several head, For Sale - A thoroughbred reg...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 24 January 1907

The Jackson Herald B. P. I.ISK, I'utilUher. Af:VRON ! ! ' ? MISSOURI. The Beet-Sugar Industry. . The census of 1905 shows much progress In the beet-sugar industry ef the United States, showing 51 cs Ubllshmonts, agalust four In ISSo, says the Baltimore Pun. At present 155,923,459 Is Invested In beet sugar production, and the. annual product I worth $24.n;.1,TJ4. Most of the In crease of plant and product hns taken place since 1900, when the output was worth but $7,32.1,857. Of the 1,175,417 tons of beets grown In the census year on 240,757 acres nni', cost ing $11,345,785, four-fifths were Rrown by contract by Independent farmers. The sugar factories do not grow their supply of beets to any large extent. Granulated beet sugar was produced to the extent of 496,018,314 pounds, worth $23,493,373. Other products were raw sugar, 11,223,607 pounds; molasses. 9,609,642 gallons, and pulp, worth $202,070. The leading states In beet sugar ore Colorado. MlcVilgan and California, the first prod...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 24 January 1907

THS SEA MADNESS, fl have com far from the sound ef the threeh. the Bight of tlx iivmb sea, -f a placa if cribbed and narrow ways, where only the wind la free; Sut the leap of the aea la In my blood, and alwaya, night and day, t hear the Inp and wain of the waree, the blaa of the flying apray. TVhen the looeened winds of the tempeat ' wake far thunder on the derfi t can hear the alren muslo calling through the veil of aloep; Through the thronging city htghwaye ' .cornea the hollow ocean roar, JUid I alcken for the long green aurge, the lonely foam-wet altoro. J know a storm-loaned headland, where the broken hlllxlile illla In a aomber flame of heather to the ocean's singing lira. X must go; the aea haa called me, aa a mistress to her nwuln; rrom the Immemorial tumult I shall drink of peai'e again. F. O'Neill Gallagher, In London News. 5 THE SPENDERS A Tale of theThird Generation By HARRY LEON WILSON Copyright, by Lothrop Publishing Company. CHAPTER XXX. CoffTixi'ED. TJnder her direct...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 24 January 1907

rag SPECIAL AT BRUENING & KERStNER D. G. CO. BEGINS SATURDAY, JANUARY 26, AND CONTINUES FOR 2 WEEKS FOR CASH OR PRODUCE ONLY . . . After taking fnventory we find that our stock for this time of the year is too large. Therefore we adopt energetic measures to bring it down to its proper level. So this sale Will provide some of the greatest money saving opportunities of the year. You will find hundreds of rare values that we have not room to mention in addition to those listed here. Dross 59c 39c 9c DRESS GOODS In this line are some splendid bnrtrain ounortunit it's. 1 Lot Fine Heavy weight 4 1 noils worth 7."e to $1.25, Special Jan. Price 1 Lot Dress ( ioods worth .0e to ()0c. special 1 Lot Cotton Dress (ioods. special 1 Lot White Waist ings. worth in :; to 40c special All-Heavy Weight Winter Dress Goods will fie reduced to prices that will move them. In addition we are showing the first shipment of our new Spring Goods on which we are making very close prices. (Not cut prices.) F...

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