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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 14 February 1907

: LOCALS Wheat 70o to-day. Mrs. Hy. Birk is on the sick list this week. Who said leather? if you want to buy J soles, See Hoffmann. Wilson Cramer had business in Jefferson City last week. Buy a pair of Atlantic or Pa cific Shoes at Friest & Behrens. T. D. Hines went to Jefferson City last week on business. II. W. Searcy of Whitewater was in our city last Saturday. A full line of good shoes, cheap at Hoffmeister and & Heinberg. Emanuel Schoen of Pocahontas had business in Jackson Monday. Good corn at 5 cents per can at Hoffmeister and Hienberg's. Born, to J. H. Fredericks and wife.on February 7th, a fine boy. For all kinds of shoe repairing call on Pope, the shoe man, Jack son, Mo. There were eight additions to the Presbyterian church last Sunday. McAtee is ready to sell you seed oats; he has just received two car loads. Sam McFerron is dangerously sick at his home, about .5 miles north of Jackson. " ! Hoffman. Priest & Behrens pay thej p H Schrader of near the highest ma...

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. — 14 February 1907

The Jackson Herald JArvKON. : : ; MtPStM'iVl" Getting a Dill Bcfcre Parliament. In congress, In tho house or senate, tny member can Introduce a bill with out formality; In the house a member tnorely dropB the bill In tho box, ami It then automatically goes to the ap propriate committee; in the senate the bill ran bo presented nt any time In open session. In tho house of tommnns, explains A. Maurleo Law. In Apploton's, the procedure la more idalmiate. No bill ran be Introilueeil. not oven by tho government, unless the honso has by motion Riven Its permission or a member has given notice of his Intention to brlnft In a bill, but the Introduction of a bill may be, and sometimes Is, opposed. No "money bill" (that la, a bill Impos ing a charge tipon tho public revenues or on tho people, or making any ap propriation of money), can be Intro duced unless It lias been authorized by a committee of tho whole house, and then only by a minister. The cope, therefore, permitted the pri vate member...

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. — 14 February 1907

A TALC OF THE. ny lvt LLUN CHAPTER IV Continued. "Hi did not tumpor, ho has never -sought to ho was all kindness." She stopped, her Lhort uppor Up holding its Incautious mate a pris oner. She Mushed furiously under the sudden blnze of his eyes. "Ho it's true, what Soth Wright 'hinted ut? To think that you, of all people my sweetheart gone over won over by a cursed mobocrat a fiend with the blood of our people wet on "nls hands! Listen, I'ruc; I'm going Into the desert. liven though you beg mo to stay, you must have known perhaps you hoped that I would go. Thero are many reasons why I must. Tor one, thero are U10 poor limited wretches over there on the river bank, sick, cold, wet, starving, but rndminit all to the death for their faith In Joseph Smith. They could have kept their comfortable homes here and their substance, sim ply by renouncing him they are nil voluntary exiles they have only to 6ay '1 do not believe Joseph Smith was a nronhet of Hod,' and theso Bnme Gentiles will rec...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 14 February 1907

SOUTHEAST NOTES Doniphan has a factory that makes nothing but hickory pipes. A woman ami two men es caped from the lireenville jail last week hut they were all re captured. Local option carriej in West Plains last week. The vote was 332 against 249. The three sa loons in West Plains will go out of business within thirty days. A young man went direct from church last Sunday night at Charletsoh, and with a stolen key entered and robbed a store. It seems that he had been mak ing a practice of this business and had been hiding behind his goodness as a Sunday School teacher. He of course was a hypocrite of the worst kind. Not along ago we heard a man say: "I hate children. They worry the life out of me. I wish I could go to a country where there was not a living, squalling brat within ore thous and miles." Keep that idea up, old man, and you will finally reach a country where there will be no little hands, no outbursts of baby laughter to annoy you. Babies never go to that country. It's ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 21 February 1907

The Herald 8 8 8 5 5 S VTVWZ JVOTfTTB TT C Advertising Brlnn Suooeas For All the People All the 3 Jo If Judiciously Done! the r HERALD Gives Best Ro- Time. 'Eight Pattern Every Week for.$l a -Year. Are C suits. Price Is Reaonable. Jo You a Subscriber XlSLSLAASLSLXSLSLaJLSLlJLSLSJL3 UJUUUUUAJU.WJlJUL(ULflJlB.A Jackson, Missouri, Thursday, Feb. 21, 1907. Vol. X No. 15 Jackson STOCK ON HOICK KOAD GOES VIA IRON MOUNTAIN Farmers Complain of Not Be ing Able to Get Cars to Ship In Last Saturday six car loads of stock were transferred by the Houck road to the Iron Moun tain at this place for shipment to St Louis. One shipper. Mr. Biehle, of Biehles', stopped over a few hours in Jackson while waiting the arrival of the local train that was carrying his stock and to a Herald representative said the train over the Mountain was a new deal for his people, that heretofore they had been shipping over the Frisco, but of late the Houck road could not or did not make arrangements with the Frisco and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 21 February 1907

The Jackson Herald B. r. I.ISK., I'abllahrr. " ACKfiON. MISSOURI. Congo Reform. Prospect's are encouraging for a re form of tho outrageous abuses In the administration of affairs In tho Congo Independent Stnto. Tho natives In hat vast equatorial region have been Itreated vrlth an incredible Inhumanity. They have been forced to labor for the companies that deal In rubber; canniba'is have been employed ns fruards over the rubber gatherers; lit tle children havo been bound out to labor for long terms of years; the ad ministration of Justice has been so tad that the name of the plnee where the chief courts sit Is regarded as a word of ill omen. Men, women and children have been mutilated and beaten and otherwise maltreated. The Congo Independent State Is con trolled at present by the king of tho Jielglans. In 1SS9 the king made a will bequeathing to Belgium his right n the country and In 1S90 llelgium made an agreement by which It so r u red power to annex the territory lifter ten yars....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 21 February 1907

GYPSY CHIEF DEFENDS RACE Says Popular Belief Crediting Them with Evil Lives Is a Survival of Old-Time Superstition; TESTIMONY SUPPORTS HIS CLAIM Massachusetts Lawyer Declares He Has Studied Habits of the Wander ing People and Has Found Little to Warrant Condemnation Have Never Been Kidnapers of Children. : Boston. "He good children, or tho igypslos will get you." For hundreds of years mothers nd nurses have used this style of ad monition with refractory children, for lnce the advent of the gypsies Into England from tho east in the six teenth century, popular opinion has Associated them with thievery and kidnaping and thrlftlcsi ways, with orceries and incantations and things that loom terrible to the childish mind. Famous writers have pictured them as incorrigible rascals, tho pub lic who have seen only the nomadic features of their life have built up knany superstitions around this an cient people, until to-day to be a gyp Ay Is to bo an outcast, a nameless wanderer upon tho earth,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 21 February 1907

AT ILTEGOBEIHE s M e WHICH . Begins Saturday, Feb. 23; ends Saturday, March 2 We have not space enough to enumerate all our bargains, but below we give a few Qf our prices to show what we are doing, and it will again demonstrate our ability to cheaper and sell cheaper than elsewhere you can buy buy A VISIT TO OUR STORE WILL CONVINCE YOU 5000 yards Simpson's host Stand ard Prints worth any when 7o per yard 3c 1000 yards 7-8 yard wide Brown Muslin worth (Jie at 4k 12000 yards extra heavy Brown Sheeting, mill end length.-1, worth easily lOe 7 -C 500 yards Bleuehed Muslin 4-4 wide worth 7-Je at 5C Safety Bins for the children worth 5e a dozen at Wire Hair Pins in paper, each ... 1c Arnold's Wash Dress Silks worth 50e at 25c A line value for Ladies' Waists, etc. 17-inch all pure Linen Brown or Unreached Crash worth 10c at. 7C Men's Kleeeelined Underwear, the heavy kind, worth 50c, at 39c Misses' Union Suits worth -.Vat. 19c Men's Suspenders, some with drawer straps, worth -5c, at ... . 1...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 21 February 1907

: LOCALS j lsJULSJLJLJLSULi.9JLSJlJLaJi B B 8 tt-ftA Wheat 70o to-day. Willie Rhodes of Whitewater hadbusiness in Jackson Tuesday. Guttering a specialty at R. S. Wolters'. Mrs. W. G. Schneider of West Jackson is on the sick list this week. See the ad of G. Miltenberger k Co. in this issue. Miss Frieda Helmhampf.jclerk of the probateoffice, is tonthe sick list this week. Who said leather? if you want tolbuy i soles, SeeHoffmann. Rev. M. T. Haw'Vill preach at Williams Bchool house next Sun day at 3 o'clock p. m. Buy a pair of Atlantic or Pa cific Shoes at Priest & Behrens. Married, in Jackson, last Tuesday, by Squire F. H. Wel tecke, Grover Bright and Sophia Knopp. A full line of good shoes, cheap at Hoffmeister and & Heinberg. Julius Stager of Egypt Mills was in town Monday and pur chased a fine jack of W. F. Schade. The City Tansfer Co. have moved their office from west side f public square to. First Main Street, back of Hunter Bros, livery stable. Good corn at 5 cents per c...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 21 February 1907

(D)RI TUMI WWW A TALE OF THE OLD WEST C jy HADRYLCON i c&rm&ir CHAPTER V. Continued. When tliey were all on with their meaner bt!onp;lnss. he called again to tho man In the wagon. "Hrother Keaton, my father went ocross, did ho?" Several of the men on shore an wered him. Yes" "Old while-whiskered 'IrathVhead went over the river" "Over here"- "A sassy old codger ho was" "He ;ot his needlnss, too" "Got his nerdliiRs " They cast off tho line and the oars lircan to dip. The confusion of landing and the preparations for an Immediate start tlrove for the time all other thoughts from Ills mind. It had been deter mined to get the little hand at once out of the marshy spot where the camp had been made. The teams were t-'oon hitched, the wagons loaded, and the train ready to move. He sur veyed it, a hundred poor wagons, many of them without cover, loaded to the full with such nondescript belonging as a house-dwelling people, suddenly put out on the open road, would hur riedly snatch as...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 21 February 1907

f TO START GARDEN PLANTS. Ingenious Arrangoment of Tray for Kitchen Window. Many people have to start all their early nlants In the kitchen windows, and the space is usually rather re stricted. The cut shows a stand with a series of boxes, one above another. Each box Is pivoted by screws through the side pieces Into the'mlddle of the ends of each box. The boxes can thus Plan of the Rack. be tilted toward the window to get the full BiinllMht. The next day, says Farm Journal, the box can be turned about, and the boxes tilted the other way, as the sun draws the plant to one side and to the other. Pegs (as shown) hold the boxes in place when tilted. On cold nights the whole stand can be removed from the win dow. GET RID OFvilCE AND RAT8. How One Woman Succeeded with Use of Arsenic. iJist year the rats got away with 200 young chickens before it occurred to ine to try the remedy I had always found efficient for mice. 1 had always hated to try poison in the house as t considered the odor o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 21 February 1907

WHITE AT BRUENING & KERSTNER DRY GOODS CO. Beginning Monday, February 25, and continuing to Satur day, March 2 We will offer specially low prices on all White Goods. This class of poods, here offered, is now very much in demand and we have, by buying early, secured the best patterns and best values to be had. WHITE WAISTINGS Nice patterns and up-to-date styles, worth Lc, Special White Sale . . . ! 19c IN3;A LINCNS While India Linons are higher this year we have to offer ym during this sale better values I than ever hetore. 7 2.3c grade at L'Oe grade at l")c made at ll'ie grade at 10c grade at 7Ac grade at LACE CURTAINS In this line you will find some of the choic est patterns at very low prices. Curtains worth $ l'.2b at 98c Curtains worth $1.00 at 89c Curtains worth $1.50 at $1.29 SHIRT WAISTS The prettiest line of Shirt Waists ever brought to town at exceedingly low prices. See our catalogue. A n f mnrtr j i a s v iiiuiij v'isiwi i ivilltj ivVS numerous to mention? INCREASING ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 28 February 1907

r o o B B I 6 8 B't 8 VVS YS B I 8 B B 1 4 5 .For All the People All the Time. ElHlsffnpws.E4ery (J Week for.$l g'Yenr, Are io You n S,iibcrl(or? Advertising Brines Success If Judlolously Donei the HERALD Gives Best Re sults. Prlca Is Reasonable. ISJLJLXSLSlSLAJLSIJLSLkSJLSLSLSLSLkS Vol. X ... Jackson, Mrss'buri, Thursdayjf eb. 28, 1907. '.,. u .... . 1 1 i i III ti No. 16- ti If It The PACKING HOUSE AND NEAT MARKET A Jackson" Enterprise that Has Stood the Test of Time and Made Good More than thirty years ago a man, now one of Jackson's wealthy men, came to this place -with scarcely enough to buy a food breakfast, so we are told. He worked in a butcher .shop and packing house for Henry Meysted, Sr., of the Cape. His money then could be counted in cents, and not many places would have been required. He worked for low wages at first and stuck to business. Time moved on and this individual worked late and early, saved over half of every dollar that he handled and now he counts his mone...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 28 February 1907

A latter from a Jackson Boy 1 Chicago, III., Feb. 13, '07. The Jackson Herald: Vhtekfoff the it Hrte est the readers of the Herald to bear aometfcfof; aNrattnewaefc that is bejng done in the Rescue MitviaM ia Chics I will try and write a few facta eoacenunc then. Tfces? mlttios am s4 uated In the shun parts of the city where moat of the cheap lodging houses for men are sit uated. Gospel services are hold in these places every night and many a man that had lost hope and courage has been snatched from the brink of the bottomless pit into life everlasting through a knowledge of the Savior of all mankind. Students from the Moody Ilible Institute arj as signed to these places different nights in the week to help in the singing or sonietirr.es to speak and to do personal work. The congregations are mostly composed of men although some times there are a few women. Most of the men that come to these missions look as if they had not come in eonact with water for quite awhile and their clothe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 28 February 1907

Teach Obedience. tUaytwiioU child rul the WvMhold. Thv little Uby on iU mother's knee growi into -a piMion became iU dinner U vbhheU - for bim Kn day. He khrieks, and strikes his rather and the mother says, "poor. Uttle boy, he has such a .passionate nature he can't be croesed" and yields to him. She cucbt to spank him spank him hard for being in a passion and jive him nothing till his passion m cooled. The child though be is so young that he cannot speak, if he is old enough to lift his fiat and strike a blow deserves pun ahment needs to have a lesson of repression taught it The aether who neglects this In creases the chances of her son's going to the gallows. When the child is older there are better discipilinary punishments than spanking but when the child reaches such an age that they are useful, it may bo too late, 1'iis i..'TM.i-r has jthwii into !mi natinj.; force in hi character that cannot he eradicated. Mothers some times say when a child shows a vile temper and shrieks a ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 28 February 1907

nrmrsni a a a b vntt y b 5 g vv jAOCALS Wheat 70o to-dar. '" Guttering a specialty at "ft. S. See th,Q,a.l of 3 AIiltecrojty A Co. intltis issue ... For relit, a housa in feu-toum-. Apply at this office; . Who said leather? if yoii."rrtJ tr4W?-ysdh?s, StMfoffrti'aniv.. Buy a pair of Atlantic or Pa cific Shoes at Priest & Behrens. A full line of .Rood shoes, cheap a.t Ho.ffmejster and & "Heinberg. Good corn at 5 cents .iter cpn at Hoffmeir.and Hienbcrg's. For all kinds of shoe repairing call on Pope, the, shoe .man.Jaek son. Mo. McAtee is ready to sell you seed oats; he has just received two car loads. Priest & Behrens pay the highest market price for all country produce. Call to see the new ilne of em broderies and white poods, Hoff meister A Hoinberg's. Our line of Buster Brown Illue Ribbon Shoes for boys and girls art' built t; give satisfaction. Miss Ella Ta! r is 0:1 the sick list and her brother. Walt II. IV..UU, l teachir her room at the nubile j school. Mr. Prait ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 28 February 1907

Tackson Herald. HKI'UIIMCAM tM rOLITll'B. a. F. LUSK. l'VIII.lHIIKK Wnturnl at the piintiilllr lit .lurttunri. Mo, I eorid-'.'lii"" nmt.ter NnvumlT 4. 1M7. Term for Mil- Hkkm.d !" its 'il ows: Tor one your l iK) ,41 1 mouth " furee muni lix JIBcc .tmlttHnrr. .... I4 .. . 1 AlWKHTIMNO IUTKH! LoCllls fi er ilnc filt h insertion. Professional Card 6 per year. LbrhI Aivertl-e-fll.nti-lcfral rutH. Iinp'ayd rateu nude known on application. MCKRON. MO., FEU. 28. ml. ANNOVNCEMKNTa W urn Hiithorlmd to announre T. K. MrNerly a a randldato for Ilia vBlft of Conn Superintendent nf Public HrbooU autijvi't to the will i)f tlie rotera nu Aprl 2ii, 1807. We urn NUthiirizad to announce Thi.mua H. Joyi'i-Bxn candidate for County Krhool Superintendent of public m'IiooIh, milijrcl. tO till' Will Of 111 YOtHfl Ht tllO UIIUUUI m-liool (IitIIiiii, April i. 17- Tro dnto on your paper Is what wa ko by as to your subscription account. If It Is not Hunt, come In and sco us. or write us about It. We will makn ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 28 February 1907

DDE MmW A TALE OF TML OLD WEST Vtm LEON CHAPTER VII. Continued. The other who had not laughed was flrtpham him self. For to this great itiRn had been given the Rift to look upon men and to know in one alow eweep of his wonderful eyes all their strength and all their weakness. lie hml listened with cloe attention to the remarkable plan suggested by this fiery young zealot, and he studied him now with a gnze that was kind. A no tirenble result of this attitude of ftrigham's was that those who had laimhed became more or less awkward ly silent, while the Entablature of Truth, In the midst of his pantomime, froze Into amazement. "W'd better consider that a little," nid Brigham, finally. "You can talk It over with me to-night. But first yon go get your stuff unloaded and get kind of settled. There's a cabin just beyond my two up the street here that you can move into." He put his large hand kindly on the other's shoulder. "Now run and get fixed and come to my house for supper along about ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 28 February 1907

The Jackson Herald F. LUSK, rublUhrr. JACKSON. MISSOURI. Experts. On of the dangers of democratism which this country has Dot wholly es caped Is a consequence of the wide spread assumption that the natural equality between men signifies that all men are equally able to do all things. This view, It Is true, has been often borne out by the amazing success of Americans, with no evi dent special training, In the discharge of public duties. Much good work has been done by men who have been elected or appointed to positions requiring great special skill, not be cause they bad shown that skill, but because they were eminent citizens or useful party men or men of assert ive genius who furged ahead to the work that their Instincts rightly bade '.them seek. As the nation grows and 'the work of officials becomes more complex, there Is Increasing demand In all departments for experts. In response to this demand have come 'the reorganization of the consular service, the assemblage at Washing ton...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 28 February 1907

a. . - i -i- i a nun V?? "UNCLES Father Indlgeitlon. Mjr i. ii s i him An' lii.hK.'.tu'ii, uhi! II ami out inn iln' thot ha Itkea Kxiriiin l.rolli or mow! Frr ilni he nl;iiMi icnrvna t death An' (lien lie .list ki;s nuul An' i"t an' mis tike averythlaa An' -lla It awful had! Ma set, "Now you be krrfut, dear. An' lot eucumtor be. An' don't eat cabbage (bet la boiled Tou'd boat be inlmtln' me:" But pa he anuria an' aea, "By hea, teller hea l' eat; He Jim can't live on toaat an' tea An' keep 'round on hi teat!" An' then ronie night he net apelt. An' mother fer hi mite Beta up with him en' give hint pUt An' ntbe 111 stomachache! Fer Jlat about a week he'a croxa As' uaijr aa kin be. He srtapa at ma and growl Ilk time An' makee thing hot fer roe! What makes a (elli r pa have pains Fer eatln' brcud t hot's MghtT What makes hlui roll an' tumble ss An' moan an' groan ail night T I wish this old ilyHpopsla Would go Jump In the lake I alt a llcklti' i-veiy time My pa lies stomachache! Idlewild...

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