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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 31 January 1907

Best Advertising Medium E Rates Given on Application "?;-. ' "rTr-TTT CIRCULATION 1800. . FOR ALL TIllA'EOPLE. ESTABLISHED 1897 Vol. X Jackson, Missouri, Thursday, Jan. 31, 1907. No. 12 THE ANTI-LOBBY BILL PASSED THE HOUSE The Railroads are Greatly Ag itated Over Proposed Two Cent Fare Bill The anti-lobby bill passed the house last week. Only one vote against it. The following: bills were in troduced: To make the carrying of concealed weapons a felony ; to make public school supervision all over the state instead of be- ing left for each county to adopt 'output of the kiln is barrels as it now is; to make undivided ' daily. The rock used in making property of corporations in ex-! the lime is brought in on the cess of 5 per cent taxes. This is 'Houck road. It is quarried known as the Tubb's bill and is Labout three or four miles from the only one so far that has town. From what we learn there reached the senate. i is a little friction between the The Senate has engrossed the Lime &am...

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. — 31 January 1907

HOUSEHOLD FRIEND. Pe-r una JPN Catarrh, r IKITHE: in ;W80AT, KIDNEYS BLADDER Ftruna is a household friend i" acre than a million homes. This number is increasing every day. Peruna has become a household word til over the English sneaking world Jt is an old tried remedy for all ca tarrhal diseases of the head, throat, lungs, stomach, kidneys, bladder and female organs. Ask Your Druggist for Free Peruna Almanac for 1907. Life Without Mind. The possibility of life without mind, hile not subject to positive proof, la a theory that has gained considerable strength recently through its advocacy fcy Dr. L. Laloy, librarian of the Academy of Sciences, Paris. He be lieves that many of the smaller living organisms, such ns insects, are mere moving machines, having no more In telligeuce than may he ascribed to plants. He refers to the well known fact that Insects are attracted by llcht, often to their own destruction, and as cribes it to the same cause that in clines the i)aut to grow toward t...

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. — 31 January 1907

The Jackson Herald . F. L.USK, rahll.brr. IACOUON. MI3SOURL ' Olrli among the Bedouins are often pretty, although their beauty oOn fades. Macaroni does not all come from Italy. The French city of Lyons last year produced 33,000,000 pounds. Many a breezy young man, re marks the Philadelphia Bulletin, Is 'preparing to reap tho whlrlwltid. A new hotel Is projected In Ma nila that will cost $1,200,000. It is In tended to make that city tourUt re ;aort I Giving up both the ship and the ghost is rather overdoing It, says tho oston Transcript. Also annoying to ;the passengers. ; That will biTa 'restful day, says the Philadelphia Ledger, when Llpton has lifted tho cup and Peary triumphant ly climbed the North Pole. Colorado holds the reeord among the states of having 407 mountain peaks exceeding 10,000 feet; 33 of these are 14,000 feet and over. Residents of England have $550, 000,000 Invested in mortgages In for eign countries. These Investments an nually bring about 27,&00,000 In gold...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 31 January 1907

Iaokson Herald. KKt'UHLIOAN IN VOMTll. B. V. LUSK 1'I-HLIKIIKK Kntrrpi nt tlu puMoffli-c l Jn.-k-.nn Mu. t cond i'his mutter Nmi'mlwt 4. ISV.. Term for tti- IIkkai.p are aril fot one year $t months Tbrcc months f I. no OUtre 14s 142 Akvrktisino Katk: Locals 6c jier line ouch insertion. Protessiottnl Card f !i per year. LpriiI Adverti-e-Ments-lepal rates. Display d rates made known (in application. JACKSON. MO., .T.VN. 31. 1107. Remember that the special Herald offer is out Saturday, February 2nd. Henry Gockel tells us that he is not a candidate for Mayor and would not accept the office if elected. The Cape is going to have a lamp was on, dragging the hard fought city election. It spread and lamp to the floor, up will be from indications the peo- setting the lamp, setting the pie who want law and order spread on fire, i being attached against those who do not. j to the button on his coat. Leo . . . -- ... I Bluff being present, a man of Two petitions one to the Mis- gQod judgment( we...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 31 January 1907

p,,. j.. j.. ...... ........ "3 Wheat 67o to-dav. J. J. McNeely of Fruitland had business in ou city Tuesday. M. Y. Snider of the Care was in Jackson over Sunday. For all kinds of shoe repairing call on Pope, the shoe man, Jack son, Mo. Buggy poles all kinds at C. H. Wolter's. Mrs. Nora Galispie of Far mington is risiting relatives in Jackson. Genuine New Orleans Mo lasses at Hoffmeister & Hein berg's. Attend the Commercial Club meeting to-morrow night in the court house. For SaleA full blooded Dur ham cow. Calf week old. Apply at this office. The ladies of the Baptist Church will have their Sweet Pea Fair in Jackson June, 1907. FOR SALE. A new house and three acres of 'ground near Jack son. Apply at this office. 1 31. Over 550 bills have been in- troduced in the Missouri legis-i WJ w informed that the lature. This is about COO rnore0riole Raptj8t church is not than will pass. j completed yet. Our correspond- Died, near Allenville last ent made a mistake, week, two citizens, Tom...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 31 January 1907

EDW. D. MAYS, Attorney at Law ANI Notary Public. Offk-k- OiUMislte Central Hotel JACKSON, MO. WiilliU'e Bros.. Contractors and Builders, JACKSON, - MISSOURI. Orren Wilson, Attorney at Law ANI Notary Public. Collections a Specialty. Cape Ulrnrrieati, Mo. Sain Vand ivort Compiles Abstracts of Titles from the only set of Abstract Books in the County. Your "business will be given care ful attention : : : : : : : : Jackson, Missouri. K. S. WOLTER, DKALKK IN STOVES. HARDWARf, TINWARE. Roofing and Guttering a Specially. Call on him when in need of any thing in his line. He will treat you right. JACKSON'. MISSOURI. Dr. tj. V. Alsop, Resident Dentist. OfuYc Dentistry fTarticod in All Its IwhiicIh'k. Ot1le nmnr ITS; .'sidinee 78 A tiaesthrt ion for t lit; I'limlcs ex traction dI t 1 1 used if desired (;tii"l fief of elmrne). Kxnminn tion mill ooiiKiiltati..)! free. All the work is don. m my otllre; iiouo of it is -.mit :i w;iy. Sutisfnc tinti vu;ir.mtt-til. " Kfferenoes cheerfully Riven. JACK...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 31 January 1907

Tricks of Wall Order Houses. "Do you know how Scars, Roe buck &Co. started in business?" asked Zandition, the editor of the Kansas Norton County News. "I worked for them nine years ago. I knew Sears when he was a station agent in Wis consin and Roebuck when he was a watch peddler. One time Roebuck wanted to go to Mil waukee and didn't have the money, so he left a watch with Sears for security for his fare, telling him that if he should be able to sell the watch for more than six dollars he might keep half he made. Sears sold the watch for $12. Then Sears wrote to Roebuck in Milwaukee and got him to send by express a dozen to Bill Jones, Sam Smith and a lot of fictitious names. These watches were billed out at $5 and $10 paid on them ap parently. Sears unloaded the watches on his friends easily at $15 each, which cost him and Roebuck $3.50. Hut the railroad company pot into the game and fired Sears, and the two of them opened an office in Milwaukee. They bought a thousand watches...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 31 January 1907

i-rrrii iiwrrwi iiiiii FECIAL .SgW, i AT ERUEMNG & KERSTNER D. G. CO. ' BEGINS SATURDAY, JANUARY 26, AND CONTINUES FOR 2 WEEKS FOR CASH OR PRODUCE ONLY After taking Inventory 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 still here for you and you can not put in a day more profitable to you, than to select some of these Bargains. Biff line of Dress Goods at Bargain Prices. See that line of Small Boys' Suits at $1.49. Another specially good bargain is the Children's Small Short Jackets, just the thing to keep them warm going to school, at 98c to $ 1 .50. And so on as advertised last week. Hundreds of rare bargains. rr , 1 1:; !v:" I . A BANK HOOK IS KVIDKNTK of what? It's evidence of tlirlftiness as well as the various sums thai have been placed to tlie credit of it...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 7 February 1907

The Herald E To Reach the People 3 E Advertise in The Herald Best Advertising Medium o Rates Given on Application CIRCULATION 1800. FOK ALL THE PEOPLE. ESTABLISHED 1897 Vol. X Jackson, Missouri, Thursday, Feb. 7, 1907. No. 13 OtfE HOME INDUSTRY GETTING LIBERAL TRADE TrrrTTTTVTTTTTTT VVTTfTI I acksoiti THE HOICK RAILROAD GIVING POOR SERVICE Considerable Number of Kicks Registered Every Day But Conditions Crow Worse For the last month the Houck railroad has given very poor ser vice. In fact, from the first the service has not been up to the standard, but our people have been very patient and waited to give Mr. Houck a fair chance. ANOTHER NEW CHURCH ATTEMPTED ASSAULT FOR JACKSON j ON SCHOOL TEACHER But the Enterprise Laundry De serves Undivided Support of This City Every city or town is proud, orshould be of its different busi The Luthern Congregation of ' Young Pupil Attacks Teacher This City Will Erect $6,000 On Way to School fand Church ; Lively Scrimmage Follows SOME MISCREANT PLA...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 7 February 1907

The Jackson Herald a. T. l.tSK, PublUhrr. 9ACVHON. MISSOURI. Th Higher Obligations. Recent events have made Impra SIve some consideration of the ethics t giving testimony. Kvery one de iplsos a talebearer. Even the children call Biirh a person a "tattletale," and Justifiably look down upon him. The Informer Is a spy, a breaker of good faith, a violator of the Bacrcd laws of hospitality. Loyalty to family and to friends Is the cement which holds so ciety together. Trouble comes when men act upoi. a mistaken view of what ronstltutes loyalty to society at large, that society which Is but nn aggrega tion of families and friends. The ex istence of orderly government depends on the observance of certain laws, un punished disobedience to which pro duces anarchy. When crime Is commit ted, every person with knowledge of it Is under moral obligation, when aslicd, to tell what he knows. la some cases the obligation extends so far as (o require him to volunteer Informa tion against his friends....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 7 February 1907

A TALE Or THE OLD WEST IiIKRVLlON CHAPTER III. Continued. His face relaxed a little, and he concluded almogt quizzically: "Was not Satan hurled from high fceavrn ""for resisting authority?" She pouted, caught hlra by the lapels of his coat and prettily tried to Bhake htm. "Now, now! stop It at once, and tome to the house, l'vo been tending your father and mother, and I'm go ing to tend you. What you need di rectly is food. Your look may be holy, but I prefer full cheeks. Not another word until you have eaten every crumb I put before you." With an air of captor, daintily fierce, she lod him toward the bonne and up to the door, which she pushed open beforo him. "Come Boftly, your mother may be tlll asleep no, your father is talking listen!" A querulous voice, rough with trong feeling, came from the inner room. "Here, I tell you, is the prophecy of Joseph to prove It, nway back In 1832" Ho broke off, for the girl came lead ing In the son, who, as soon as he saw the white-haired old man...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 7 February 1907

Jackson Hkiiald. KKITHLIOAN IN POLITICS . H. F. LUSI I'rV.I.I.sllKK Kntorpc nt tlio p.KioWot hi Jni-kncni. Mn. M nron1-'lnt nviitor November 4. 1HWT. Term f'r tt'.-H ctt i.n mv i 'ows: For one yr:tr Six months Three month . t.no .fin . .to 01ftcr lesldrnoe. 143 AnvKRTlnixo iRatks: Locals 8c per line pnoli iiiHortinn. Professional Card 5 j'fr vir. Ljrul Advcrti-c-aoont lciMl'raU. Displayed rates made knnwn n iipplicatlon. Jackson, mo., fkh. 7. iw- r -------- Therp is talk of making a new j judicial circuit of Perry, Capei and Bollinger counties or Cape, I Scott and Stoddard counties. Someone who expects a job, no doubt, started this move. The Cape Republican has men near the Cape cutting hoop poles kinfolks and a host of friends as large as telephone poles, to mourn his death. James was That beats any hoop poles we well known by the people of Oak ever saw, and we do not believe Ridge and commnnity, and was you could get "Dim" Taylor of loved by all. His remains were the "Big bend" to...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 7 February 1907

LOCALS Wheat 67o to-day. Probate court meets next week. A. R. Tonder of the Cape was in Jackson last Saturday, on business. Who said leather? 'if you want to buy i soles, See Hoffmann. E. Hogde of Neelys Landing was in town on last Friday on business. Buggy poles all kinds at C. H. Wolter's. M. L. Haupt, one of Randol township's staunch Republicans, had business in Jackson, Mon day. Cut sole leather of all kinds at C. H. Wolter's. John D. Wilson of the Cape and Sheriff Gockel went to Mil lerville last Saturday to sell the Welty property at trustee sale. A full line of good shoes, cheap at Hoffmeister and & Heinberg. For good, neat and atractive shoe, repairing, call on 0. L. Hoffman. R. M. McCombs and wife re turned home last week from a months visit to relatives in San Antonio, Texas. For all kinds of shoe repairing call on Pope, the shoe man, Jack on, Mo. J.W. McCombs,sr.,and daughter, Miu-u Ellin rotnrni! hnmp last week after spending several wox'k-a viaitino in Texas. JVA IH...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 7 February 1907

LOS ANGELES MAN CLAIMS RIGHT TO THRONE OF POLAND Col. John Sobieski, Once Sol dier of Fortune, Direct De scendant of Thaddeus of Warsaw SAYS INFANT GRANDSON IS ROYAL HEIR Interesting Predicamsnt of the Romantic Life Story of His Grandfather Driven from Austria by Maximilian, He Lived to Com mand Firing Party That Ended the Career of His Cm-Time Persecutor, Los Angeles, Ca!. Sucking his bare pink toes and calling aloud for the royal nursing bottle, the rightful fu ture king of Poland lies In bis cradle n a cottage in the West Adams street district serenely unconscious of the fact that a battle of documents and family trees is raging over his crown and estates. Little does ho care that a rude Chi cago editor has denied the claim that he Is the direct descendant of Thad deus of Warsaw and heir to a vast confiscated estate not to mention the hattered Polish throne. His fond father is L. S. Gllhausen, a clerk In the First National hank. His grandfather is Colonel Jol n Sobieski, the well...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 7 February 1907

the Nation9 s Capital - Utereitibf Bit of Geitip Gathered Hire aid There ia Wuliinp. j toaLodge and Taft Hate the Laugh m Secretary Bacoa i Myittrious Noise Diitarbi Dignity of the Senate. 4 was Invited I up the day I out removing his clothing. Mr. Bacon to show his gameness followed the president and they both had to walk home in wel clothes. Roth had good mounts and after a dash over the beautiful roads of Rock iCreek park the president and Mr. Bacon turned Into open country. The pres. Hdent does not particularly like to stick too closely to the roads and It ls'hls habit to turn Into ravines and through woods, vaulting his horse over fallen trees, rocks and occasionally a fence or two. They were cantering along when, In making a sharp turn, Mr. Bacon's horse became frightened at something, ilt bolted and Bacon was thrown to the ground. The president was looking on and laughjng and Mr. Bncon, although quite badly hurt, gritted his teeth and, steadying his horse for an Instant, vaul...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 7 February 1907

MORE ABOUT LEGISLATIVE MATTERS The Following aro Someof the Many Dfoi-is l:i Our Statutes Thia (3jc!y WouW Remedy The Legislature is still intro ducing bills. The Jim Crow bill is again before the legislature and w as sent to enrgossment. The followng bills were also sefit to engrossment the anti-pass bill with an amendment provid ing for the exchange of transpor tation for newspaper advertising, the bill requiring court steno graphers to give bond, the Hill bill, denying the right of wit nesses to refuse to produce books and papers. Woods' bill providing for the creation of a state poultry board; Wilson's bill, creating t'le ofl'ic of state dairy commissioner. A bill, authorizing county courts to submit increase tax levies to the voters. The home turned down the freight rate bill but theyfoohway a lot of time on the L'-ccnt pass enger bill, a bill that is not worth as much to the general pubilc as the freight rate bill. Sorr.o r.e w ones offered are: A bill providing penality for t...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 14 February 1907

s f Advertising Bring Success & If Judiciously Donei the )p HERALD Gives Best Re- C suits. Price Is Reaonable. UL jUUULSJl SULSLSLSJUi. A SJIJLSLXS. i Vol. X WOO WE HAD CON NECTIONS WITH CAPE An Electric Railroad to Cape Is Badly Needed By Jackson Some two or more years ago there was much talk of an elec tric road from the Cape to Jack son, in fact at one time we voted for electric lights in Jackson and with the lights we were to receive an electric road from the Cape to Jacksrm. The Jackson citizens carried this proposition almost unanimous, only 13 votes against it. T.ien Mr. Houck commenced talking railroad, and our citizens relaxed their hold on the electric road and pulled for the Houck road, and got it. Last spring we again voted for lights and we added the water feature. We again voted almost unanimous and yet we have neither water nor lights, but we are still promised both. Right here we would like to say, that we hope our city coun cil will not be deceived in get ting l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 14 February 1907

PROFSSOR HAD LAST LAUGH. Final Erasure Neatly Turned Joke on 8tudent. Trrsldrnt llaclloy. of Yale, wns talk ing about his Rtmlrnt days. "I remem ber a stately and venerable professor," he faM. "ujwn whom some sophomores once tried to play a trlrk. "The professor, ono morning, bring finable to attend to his clans on ac count of a cold, wrote on tho black board: " 'Mr. Hash, through Indisposition, la enable to attend to his classes to day.' "Tho students erased one Jotter In this notice, making It read: "Dr. Dash, through Indisposition, la unable to attend trt his lasses today.' "Hut It happened a few minutes later that the professor returned for a box he had forgotten. Amid a roar of laughter he detected the change In his notice, and. approaching the black board calmly erased one letter In his turn. "Now the notice read: "'Dr. Dash, through Indisposition, Is unable to attend to his asses to day.' " CHINESE HAD FIRST 200. Institution of Menageries Was Due to Two Incentives. The Chines...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 14 February 1907

AND ' vr iv BUILDING GOOD ROADS What Oklahoma Is Doing to Improv the Highway. Oklahoma Is starting In young with a campaign of education for modnl roads. Its first leglilntlvo liody will bo given object lesson instruction In practical road building by the Nation al Good Roads association, and both national and stale associations will at tempt to linvo Inserted In the consti tution a clause that will enable the legislature to provide general legisla tion that will cover the entlro state for the purpose of road building. Good roads meetings wore held In Muskogee, December 5 to 7 Inclusive for the purpose of starting the new state In with the advantage of all the experience In toad building that It hat A Good Road In Construction. taken 0 years for some of the older states to acquire. Tho state aid plan will obtain In all the Information that the national association has to impart. That Is. the present plan Is to try to Instil Into the new state legislation that will provide that the s...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 14 February 1907

.1 AriiCOV I In? A I M ! KKrUBI.lCAN IN POLITICS. - t.ni i.uiin 1 B. K. LtTSK. RMpmc t th.. p,tom.-. Mo. j u,,Nn, Tcrmit fur t.ne llr.KAi.r !ir-n rui-l 'own: For one yrir. . Bit months Three month 1.00 .50 . .;) OWoc iMldl'IIOC. 14 142 AnTfRTIRINtt HATKH: liOOftlo 60 pur lino each innertlon. ProfPHKiunrtl Crtrrl 5 per yr. L,rfnl Ail vertl-t- inent lrtriil raifR. I Mupmy an rnir made known on application. JACKSON. MO., FKH. H. ANNOl NCKMKNTS Vr nri' nutluirltcd to annoaarr T. K. NrNcr-ly rawltilatc fr the nfflr (it tvnnty 8ujh-' Intr-ndoiit of I'utillr- SrhooW mbjrrt in the will fifth voter on April 3d. IflW. Wmrv aothori-'nd to annnnnrf Thnniu K. Joycr a a candidate for County rVhonl Soperlntondi'tit of puMIC wtaoiiU. nuhlrrt to the will of the voior lit the nnnni.1 .. tnx.l elirtlun. April !, lftiT. I word and a hopeful heart. Do not complain of your wife's Carry in your bearing the dipr extravaprance with a cigar in'njtyof self-esteem and let the your mouth. ,air of propriety fit ...

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