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

Herald rwrs'CBvi'B biiivibssi i"TS - J Advrtlaln Bring 8ucoaa " if Judtolously Donw th HERALD OlvM Bat Ro- " aulta. Prloale Reasonable. For All tha Paopla All tha Tlma. -Eight Pas Every Waak for.$l a -Year. Ar You a Subscriber? l&SULSLSLSLmlMSUULJLAJLSULtJ Vol. X Jackson, Missouri, Thursday, March 7, 1907. No. IT The acksoin THE WAGNER BAKERY ENJOYING GOOD TRADE Another Successful Enterprise of Our City Whose Product Can't Be Discounted. ARRESTED FOR CARRY- MATTERS IP BEFORE JACKSON SPORTSMEN RE ' TURN FROM DICK HINT PROMINENT COUPLE ,Y. M. C. A. NEEDED HAPPILY WEDDED, FOR JACKSON THE LEGISLATURE Lust week we made mention of Jackson's butcher, and, as meat does not ro far without its helpmeet, bread, we will now give our readers a short sketch of our baker. W illiam Wagner started in the bakery business here about twenty years ago. ING DIRK KNIFE Hob Johnson was arrested on the streets last Monday for car rying a long dirk knife. Ijcj is a son of John Jonhson formerly of this ci...

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. — 7 March 1907

The Jackson Herald U. 1 1,1 Mi, I'lihllalirr. JACKSON : : : MISSOFRl. Law of Service. It la do mere scntlmentnllum to soy that men should learn to think more of what Is due from them to other than of what Is duo from others to ihem. This is the church Idea. It ii the Idea nlso of all who have greatly served mankind. The real heroes of science never were moved In any de gree by the thought of the "recom pense of reward." Patriots, if they were truly patriots, were inspired by no such motive. Washington refused to receive one cent of salary for com manding the continental armies. His Idea was that he should do something for his country, not that his country should do something for him. It was the service and not the salary that ap pealed to him. Father Damlen, who went to minister to the lepers, and who died a martyr, looked on himself us a slave to duty and to his brothers who were In affliction and misery. When we think of such men as these, and remember how the world has got 'orwar...

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. — 7 March 1907

Tube aft (DRI THE mms A TALE OF THE OLD WEST CjK 1 1 imv LEON WILSON t&IIVIX CHAPTER IX. Continued. He looked out In calm certainty to bnerve in what manner the'Lord bad consented to answer his petition. He saw that the wind had veered and, even as he looked, large drops of rain came pounding musically upon his wagon-cover. Far In front of them a long, low line of flame was crawling to the west, while above it lurid -clouds of smoke rolled away from -them. In another moment the full force of the shower was upon them -from a sky that half an hour before had been cloudless. Far off to tho Tight scurried the Indians, their feath ery figures lying low upon the backs of their small ponies. Ills heart -welled within him, and he fell again -to his knees with many earnest words of thanksgiving for the Intercession. They at once made camp for the Bight, and by Brigham's fire later In the eenlng Joel Rae confided the 'truth of his miraclo to that good man, -taking care not to utter the wo...

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. — 7 March 1907

1 LOCALS j Wheat 70c to-dav. Guttering a specialty at M. S. Welters'. FT iVni-! - h,'t:'r.in ':U'kSOn-! IWs. piano player,,' organs,' A,pl a .i o ,ui. IphonogiMiihsand furniture can io Lou lnilol the(ap.. !1:M-us.liou,r)u m th(. installment l-lan mess in .lacsson IVion.'ay. j fl.nni Mt.romiIS- (Jutu-ring a specialty at K. S. j av ... ,.,.ce; ., cai. f Welter's. new' .lu-Ui-d-ito' furniture, three G. J. Keller of the Cape had -n; jtv 1(, n1(, i, ,,,.,. you business iii Jackson Monday, j 'lUy, Mct'onih.-, I?'.iv vur garden tools fretn R. . Wolter s. Buy o'ir Kast Press at Priest ifi : IVhrcns. For Sale g o 1 white oak jiosts. Alt!.- at this edicr. Tt nv ,.1... I !. will Iirl-i Tia's'ia. '.April ; v...... ., ,. i;,, ,,. '1- r,"''ei- 1 i:,'- 1'n. ';c-:!.C. Co. t r i :o . I"!'!,, ei' 111. M'.art-i- - . -;r. i . ,r two car lo:al- tran ! . sea: Vr .! :.u. We I i '. ' re.-, i'.r o! P-e-.. C .e.b-a:. tenberu'-r . i 'o. C nto-iia: ion P.na - ; V 1 :v lli'l'i. to It' W'i it Hi U' t iel'liei; i...

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. — 7 March 1907

V r Jackson Herald. UK'UlilK-'AN IN 1'ol.lTH S. it V. l,Uk. I'riir.iMiKi; IC-ti-ri". Ill I In' nil i.rtlif HI JiWhM.l noijtintl- i.l.-rr ,Nivtliiln-l t. 1"I'T M i. ' t i.i nrr iCi)r 11:11 yi-i . .-I IK !l .,ll II. . ' :1 ri- 1 1 1 I. brimstone that is pursuing us, Program of Wlllard Memori and we can't tell just exactly ' Service when it is Roin;r to come. We Protrram for the Willard Mem want to be in position to make a orial Service at the Mehtodist quick $ret-n-way. Sometime ago Church at 2:30 Sunday, March 10 we made mention of this -fact 19)7. and our advice was "move on" Voluntary-Mrs. Helmkampf. If you sit down m the end of a Devotions -Rev. Drowning, seat and some one comes 'after Welcome -Lil'oourn and Eliza- I'Vr ,. ill 1:; ' .1' MtN- I V! iV'iti 1 I- I r: Hat hp: Lui'V,- '' riion. lrr-Mii mil . L-ir:il Advi-rti i-ii';i,-ail i'ii'i'x you (I') "mov'c on. Kvery little vvnil we read in the ti-tr-e-s a ri j port loo illicit- l;mii cm I'M n "'' ,1 m'KS'ON. MD.. MAIU'll 1. l 'liT...

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. — 7 March 1907

"Unwritten Law"; Notable Instances of Its Application Jla Application Bereaved the Emperor of Anuria, Who Took Ko Revenue for tbe Killing of JIi Sob Prince Baldwin of Bel (Ham, Heir Apparent to tbe Throne, Violated Its Provf. Sons, and Ilia Slayer, ao Indig nant Husband, Wat Never Troubled by tbe Authorities It Baa a Relation, Too, in Eu ropean Countries to the Duel, to Cheating and to Suicide. According to It tbe Co-respond ent in a Divorce Cafe Is Ex yected to ' 'Perjure Himself Like a Gentleman' I'nless Stan iord White Was Actually Caught io the Act of Insulting Mrs Harrv Thaw Ber lids hand Was Sot Justified in Kith iug Biw Vnderth:' Unwritten La. Of all the popular phrase of tho Kngllsh language there ta none that 1 more misused and misunderstood than that of "unwritten law." And lust at the present time It Is on every body's lips In connection with tho trial for murder of Harry K. Thaw. To Judge from popular comment, one would Imagine that Us Jurisdic tion was restricted exclus...

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. — 7 March 1907

t I). S. DISPENSATORY Describes the Principal Ingredients Contained in Pe-ru-na. Ar we claiming too much forPeruns' when we claim it to be an effective remedy for cbronle catarrh? Have we abundant proof that Pemna is In real ity euch a catarrh remedy? Let ue ses what the United States Dispensatory aye of the principal Ingredient of Peruna. Take, for Initaoce, the Ingredient Hydrastis canadensis, or golden seal. The United States Dispensatory says of this herbal temedy, that it is largely employed in the treatment of depraved mucous membranes, chronic rhinitis (.nasal catarrh), atonic dyspepsia (ca tarrh of the shomach), chronic Intesti nal catarrh, catarrhal jaundice, (ca tarrh of the liver) and in diseased mucous membranes of the pelvic organs. It is also recommended for the treat ment of various forms of diseases pe culiar to women. Another Ingredient of Peruna, cory dalis formosa, is classed In the United States Dispensatory as a tonic. So also is cub ibs classed as a stomachic a...

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. — 7 March 1907

TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS. For nine years we have been in charge of the columns of the Herald and during that time we have tried various plans ol col lecting subscriptions from de linquents and as yet we have found no plan that gives satis faction. If we wait a year and then send out statements many get anTy and pry and many do not pay at all, and others can not be found, so we have decided after much thinking and consid ering that after April 1, 1907, we would adopt "the cash in ad vance and stop when the time is up" plan. "'m m our sut,S(-'ri:jtrs'thol..'st fanr.s in the north part pay in advance and we see i:o'ofthe Cape ;iranleau Court, good reason why all tliould not containing L:o m res; 5SH cleared, do j. We shall try to n..ike the m uUom land and remainder paper Aorth ,U.'0 a voir toou .,,,.- rt,H, ia, ami 11 in your jiHigmea. .' : .1 n:t Jo ttiis wi' will not. l.i,i:r,c you to (,iiit. In or ler t .not ;n". rash oi i'f hard on anyone v will sen ! tl.e Herald two , after tlu' i'.i'....

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. — 14 March 1907

ryu o o v o o on flu s j Binrinrj n ip AdvsrtlslnR Brings Success Z If Judiciously Donoi the g HERALD Gives Bout Re- C suits. Price Is Roanonnblo. " LJU.fiJUUUl SULASLAAJISUl ISULA.Z SU erald WEATHER FOiltCASTS 3 k, lth lol5tn Snow Storm; 3 W loth to 17th Coli Wave; 3 ' "l I P-!.n:uit. J Vol. X Jackson, Missouri, Thursday, March 14, 1907. No. 18 Jackson i ne V MUST BE AN HABITUAL RUNAWAY When the "Spell" Comes This Man Just Can't Help Going on Louis Krueger of the Cape took another of those spells again last week, we mean those notions that comes over him at times and forces him to leave home, friends and country and search for booze or beer. lie went to Ilaarig and has not yet returned. Louie drinks a pood deal and some years ago ho went off in a like manner and turned up after a few days in St. Louis and a few days later hecame home. It. seems that if Louie could get rightly in the harness, get a kicking strap, have his head reined up and get plenty to eat and not too much to drin...

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. — 14 March 1907

PENMANSHIP A FINE ART. Typewriting Hat Not Driven Han Work from the Field. ' There In a fnaslsaanre In penman hip. dnspltp the speedy comforts of tbs typewriters. Ten years ao It prob ably would not haTo occurred to any one to show a pane of manuscript at any eihlhltlon; today pages or books f -script form a feature of overy show which takes to Itself the name of arts .and crafts. Some of the work Is In Roman capitals, but tho form of letter usually adopted Is the unclcl or half unciol. Apparently all the writers tare founded themselves In these models. Within theao last few years not only has the art attracted a good deal of attention, but It has become quite the rage, so that In some circles It creates no more surprise now to learn that an amateur Is taking les sons In script than It would have done tome years back to be told that he or ehe bad taken to poker work. From one viewpoint It Is difficult to say where writing ends and Illustration begins, but though In the recent re viv...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 14 March 1907

CURING SELF 8UCKINQ COW. Placing Bull Rlngt In the Note Prove Effective. Will Prof. W. L. Carlyle, while at the Wisconsin experiment Btutlon, d vised a plnn for breaking cows of the habit of either sucking themselves or sucking others. Prof. Carlyle's plan was a simple one and contests of noth- Cure for Self-Sucking Cow Ins more than putting a bull ring through the cow's noite and susiiend !ng two other rings to this, as shown In the accompanying Illustration. I'rof. Carlyle found this plan to be effective with all cows upon which It wan tried. It Is probable that some of our read ers having trouble with cows which have acquired this habit will find something In the suggestion which will be helpful to him. THE HEIFER AND HER CALF. Patience and Good Judgment Needed to Avoid Difficulties. It might prevent much profanity In thought and word, and a great deal of impatience, If the dairyman and farm er, face to face with the unbroken heifer and young calf problem, would keep In mind this...

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. — 14 March 1907

rrm vtsv inrrBTii 8"B s b b b b b a in I Remember you can do better p L O w A L S 3 v. mining oress gooas, onoes Iaiuuuuuuua Hoffmeister & Heinberg a. Whp.it 7()c to-dav. New SprinK Millilury and Pat. Guttering a specialty at Ii. S. , tern Hats on display. Friday Welters'. ' March '11. Iiruening & Korstner William Mors sold a young D. G. Co. Maeklork horses for .".(0. 1 See the now line of I'.lzoo and REAL ESTATE BARGAINS iOIII t In Wltl:im Un llH ti ws fmm tin ( 'ullM Immihim BEN E. MASTERS, Real Estate Dealer aud Abstractor ot land Titles has the following Heal Estata tor sals: No 1. Three lots in the town of lSuriordvillc on which is lo- E. G. Sibley tells us that he is still in the barber business and he desires all his friends to patronize him. The best, most up-to-date, line of clothing for men, young men and children can be found at Uolfmoister & Heinberg's. ' Tin' Presbytoi inn ladies will Breeders, Attention. LOOK HERE A WL 1HI11WMIVIMV IMI II It. II for rent, a...

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. — 14 March 1907

Jackson Hhuald. KKI'UHLICAN IN I'OMTtCh, ft, F. Ltrsk ITummimi Rntrrirt ill 1 lio c 1 lift u? -liu;fc-iii , Mo, ttpriind-rliiM' Mint tir vi ruhft I, Inm . f rin fur tin- lir.itAi.u ire :e-n.l-owi: ifnr urif Vi-.ir 1. 00 ui".:i( le "'11)1 Mm irected to t his ('liree muni lis , PIIONFH J 'lie., I" lIllHIIIV A1.VKKT.M1NO IUTKH! T , ,;, ! ii.r iin.' cm-ii iiiHiTiinn. Piiifc 'ssinim' j Ounl ii jut ymr. LetfiU Atlvt-rti-.- iiiinu-i.'Kiii mti-H. DiKpia.NMii mil's 1 ,1 .v'MsSon. M(.. M Alien n. rm: : ANNolM i:mk ;ts Wi- :iri- .iiiIIm.ii. il ! 111,1 T. 1 1 M,N, Iv ii- ., ,i,l"t, f"l H HI " I'tniiity Si 1 1 1 i r 1 1 1 . t f 1'iiia,' -l ! -nl, :i-,.t tn tin- will i. f iin- v,li'i- , I J.I. I'i"; - ,: :i-,-l I . I I I V .l..-.. i I i" ' I ' ' ' . ! S if : ' ' ! 1 t . . 1 1 . . will , .r t m i i - .1 I ! i ,.,..-ii Aii:;; r . : . .in- : 1 1 . ' ' i ..n i ii ....a-i ' ,111. t ,' ,: .1,1- . ; V. .. , i , I.. I :. I -i- I, , I',,. I.I li. I 1 1 ' I .1. . . . . i .,r. :i III,, f I. 1,1 .s n,. ,..:,...

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 March 1907

The Jackson Herald B. K. MSK, 1'uhlUber. JACKSON. : : : MISSOIMIt. Ignorance and vulgarity are twins. Liberty Is oftou the slave of habit. Liberty and slavery are eternal ene mlea. The mulberry leaf contains a elite dress. Too willingly obey i to deserv to command. "Who reads Shakespeare now?" sks Harper's Weekly. That's easy. Robert Mantell. However, the lords may pleasantly Invite the commons to come outside and put them out. Always be polite to everybody. But don't let that Interfere with your get ting your fair share. Thomas A. Kdison has left his work shop to play the rest of his life. Ho certainly has earned his vacation. Perhaps the reason that John D. Rockefeller gave that $.12,000 was that somebody had railed him a tightwad. A Western bachelor, fil! years old. boasts that he never told a lie. Which upsets the theory that tho good die young. A California man placed six sticks of dynamite in a stove to thuw and then went to bed. His going to bed was a waste of time. A New Yor...

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 March 1907

nssL TTDDIE MDDRDD ATALE OF TME OLD WEST Qgy 1 1VBRY LEON WILSON mc sknbs CHAPTER XI. Continued. She irt been standing much like a taluc, In guarded restraint, but at hid 'words and the touch of hla hand she Pined to melt nnd flow into eager no quloscepce, murmuring aomo hurried little words of thanks for her father, and stepping by his side with eyes lown. In words that worn well-chosen but somewhat hurried, he proceeded to Instruct her In the three-fold character of the Godhead. The votoo at first not llko hla own, but as he went on It grew nteadler. After she drew linr hand gently out of his, which sho presently did. It seemed to regain ltf normal and calmness. He saw her to the door of the cabin on the outskirts of the settlement and there ho spoke a few words of cheer to her ailing futher. Then he was off Into the desert, pac ing swiftly Into tho grim, sandy soli tude beyond the farthest cabin light and the hark of the outmost watch flog. Feverishly he walked, and far. until at...

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. — 14 March 1907

To the Ladies. IH'II Spline Slock f Press lined-, is lieiv. :md in iiUinn "11 to Mt in' store ;md mspret lids vtorU or omls we ill m tx'lii'i iiii: t hat c :irc olh-i i nvr t In" tun-t M'li'ri imi c iiiiilily (foods ever shown in .1 :ii-U-i?i. Wi kin.u t i ; 4 1 toll wind ifonds that tint olli.V n;, isfv Un to Ni ivil'c'. hit ni.nii.v ill style, in elc lmimv Mini troin even 1 1 a m 1 j i i t 1 1 . Ii in our desire to liuiiish toil Ili'Sf (foods illld ill t his. o il 'Mlplelm1 I'lTnl't for the Spring of lltiiT. we lielieve that you will U' pleased. siitisiU'd. KMtltied -VW;v ' 0 The liiNt iiuinher on the lelt shows a neat hecotninr costume of wool hatitse. Wool hat iste is 'iie of the u'f.v desirahle falnvi s. .iv i 1 1 ir -I'm-i. lid w eui . dra pi ni; pti'tti1'. iiiiJ the plain fah lie Is mueh in evjileliee for Sprite; wi-.r The l":iNl,i..l i.h'.l h :! I,, e In one i if simple i' .ice aii'l ;--i I v m id". elleet. and si niie i iunI i iioiijrl and st le 1IIU Niinie In ai' t he cr !...

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. — 21 March 1907

rs yTJTnmry vmnr v if vw sts to tp g WEATHER FORECASTS 3 Jo 22 to 23 cold wave; 24 to 2 )o 25 cloudy and cold:27 to 29 o snow storm, juljuulsu a. a aaa , a a a a aa aa3 S Advertising Brlnt Success If Judiclounly Done; the Cl f HERALD CIvps Best Rft- C suits. Prlua is Rfinsonable. KJLSL& SiSJU SLSLASL JULP. S. I S SLSl AS S Vol. X Jickson, Missouri, Thursday, March 21, 1907. No. 19 The ackson Hera JACKSON BALL TEAM TOR SEASON 1907 twins, a boy an.l a'girl. ! (JQ EXHIBIT BY Rev. A. M. Dixon, who has i been pastor at (his plan, for; SUNDAY SAHOOL CLASS throe years left the 18th to at- Thoy Win a Victory in tho First ! U'mi conference at Cilnton. Mo. ;Th(J G;oaiK!1.s Wi H;lvenn Kx. Camo Played Cast Looks I Miss Eula Caldwell who is at- liibit in Cosgrovo & Win-' Proniisinw j tending the Nomal at the Cape1 stop's Storo Window i is home on a visit this week. j Last Monday night the Jack-! 1Ian' Eitzelfelncr attended; Tho Cleaners, Mrs. R. M. Me son base bull plavors nr?t in Sib-'t...

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. — 21 March 1907

Ruffles are Correct At? ? Y'.uX f J ' - XO. 341. There is no doubt lut the summer of 1!07 will find the ruffle very stronir in the affec tions of the fashionable woman. It is a fact that nearly all the gowns made in wash fabrics have the ruffle effect somewhere in evidence. Note the small sloping hip effect. The above shows a costume made of Primrose Ratiste, fab ric that we know from having Bruening & Kerstner D. Q. Co. Wedding Kings lSk and 14k. f. $3.00 and up at Hassliuger's .Jewelry Ordinance No. 269. The ordinance providing for the construction of side walks and guttering on that portion of Florence Mreet, lying between street and Thir irst hast ast street, 1 1 1 : 1 : 1 : s , that petition signed hy Sam Lail. .1. ('. Clippard. Alvin I Joss, Mrs. llchnkahipi', Ml.-. 1J" I). F. Saddler and the follow ing named persons as lru ,.1 t . t i. te.-. 1.: I I;,' p. ,i.-U! pS- it,., i. ti .,.;.- copal uirch, South. at .h-nk- son, Mi oiiri, nanielv: W. 1). Henderson. ,. '. Slack and ...

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. — 21 March 1907

Jackson Herald. REPUBLICAN IK POLITICS. B. F. LUSK Publisher JACKSON, MO., MARCH 21, ltW7. ANNOUNCEMENTS We are nuthorltcd to announce T. E. MeNeely im a candidate for the oftVe of fouiitjf Superintendent of Public Srhools nuMect totlie will of the voters on Aprli 2d, 1107. We are authorised to announce Ttioiua K. Joyce as a candidate for County School Superintendent of public m-limiK subject to the will of the voters St the anuunl cbool election, April a, MoT. We are authorized to announce O. C. KtiB lih ahi cuncllriittc for Street Cntnmliwlinier of the City of .lacknon.elcctlun April Id. We are authorized to uiinnuucn Joe II. t all ns a candidate for etit'clL'onimllomr of the City of Jucltcon. election April 5d. We are authorized to announce John Hit ter as a candidate for Htrcet t:onitn!wloner of tlic City of Jiuk-on, ele, lion April 3d. We me authorized to announce It A. i announce H A. Pri.t for I'lty Collector, sublet t Kill nf tlic voterx at election on A pi II S. We arc auth...

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. — 21 March 1907

(TrrwvvTriTrsTj-jvvTTiTrTTq. Renumber yea inn ,io bettor LOCALS nothing dress goods, Shoos Aw..iisjit!.&sjUAa.Ji5J!.jiAjijijLftAr5 K,'nt',-'1''(-'-' at lloirmeistcr tV. Wheat 7C to-th.V. ! ,Ki,lht'',fi- low Imii Pnwman passed The best, most up-to-date, line of clothing for men. young men and children can lie found at I Iotl'moister & Heinherg's. Kvery body invited to attend the Cm i !':) :i W..it ft .1 .!. tv an! :-'at-i i 1 n . f M '. r iiie v. e'.t ..-tiney :.; P- . ( Oil !. rite.' -j ,,.;,! , .,, I " " , " ' ' ' ' t 4 t-.-i i Jackson on his way to 1 -rand Master ball at Si Allen's (i ii, ni. r .si rn.-s M(.n.:a. I Hall in Uurfordville Monday '" ' n,iM !' Now Spiing Mlliinerv and Pat -! night April 1st. 11)07. i;l ' '!' i las' ween. , .... it... .. , ' . , i ifiii nais en i.is; ia.. i-ruiayi n you want to see up-to-Uate i"'r ' hou-o in kuk-oii. Marcii liruehing iV. Korstttcr : dress goods at reasonable prices a pT-iy o. ,.v. P. (t. t . I. . ... T . . . 1 . . ) . . ;.. . . ...

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