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

nrmr C Adv )o If J The Jackson Herald Advertising Brlna Suoceta WEATHER FORECAST "1 udlclously Dona: tha 30thto31atanowandoold; 3 ERALD Otvaa Beat Ra lai to 2d cold and aouallv: al ul t a. Price la Reasonable. 3rd to 4-th clear: 6th atormy jj JUUUULi A&JUJUUUUJULgJU J Vol. X Jickson, Missouri, Thursday, March 28, 1907. No20. IRON MOUNTAIN IMPROV ING ALLENVILLE BRANCH MINING EXPERT SAYS !A FEW BENDERS A BUSINESS MAN OF STERLING WORTH BIRFORDVILLE MAN ILEEMOM LEMONS BY LOSES HIS FISH ,1 a JFADINf. Mf.HT WE HAVE MINERAL HERE FROM BIG BEND Crew at Work on Depot This Week. All Track Will Be Laid With New Steel. Railroad iprovements are go ing on in our city. The Iron Mountain Company is repair ing the depot. A full crew of hands are now at work on the depot and the track from here to Allenville will be laid with new steel rails. This means progress. This means that the Houck road will have to make a better track and give us better service. Jackson is en titled to a railroad and first...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 28 March 1907

SCIATIC TORTURE .A Locomotive Engineer Tell Ho He Was Cured by Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. , Pain that scores olmost unbearable la a characteristic or sciatic rheuma tism. In tumo rases the pain Is knife liU sharp or snooting; in oth ers It is chill and aching. Sciatica is stubborn in resisting treatment and tho patient frequently suffers for .years. This waa tho caso with Mr. llorl)crt IS. Spnulding. a locomotive engineer on Uie Cincinnati, Now Or 'leans & Texas racillc Railway, whose ibonie Is at Ixuigview. Texas. "Whilo running aa cmsmo so years ago," lie says, "I foil off and Itiurt my knee nnd splno and I liavo 4ilways considered t'lis to be th cauao of my Illness. The sciatica tocfc hel l of mo from my heel to the back of my head. The pain was the worst 1 ever suffered in my life and my leg ami back were twisted out. of shape. I was under a physician's euro for several months and for six month omld not pet out of bed. I also went to Hot Springs but came back In a worse, cond...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 28 March 1907

MARKETING APPLES. A Ltson Which th Farmer Hava Learned Thla Yaar. SelThig on tho trees la an expensive way of aclllng fruit, for one baa to toll at a discount. The bnyer muBt protect himself and lie must have a guarantee against loss from windstorms and the like. Thla year the growers of apples in Illinois found It difficult to get Into touch with the sellers. Senator Henry M. Dunlap believes that the Illinois fruit growers have learned a lesson this year they will long remember. For a few years past the buyers have had to come to them, and the fruit growers have Insisted that the buyer! should provide packages. Iiut this year the tables have turned, says Farmers' Review. The growers have had to hunt the buyers, and they were hard to find. This year the buyers were scattered all over the United States looking for apples, while In recent years ninny have been found In Illinois and neighboring states. Tho large euppllws of appltis In other states this year drew away tho buyers and the...

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

Qt B'BTB g 1 8 B VB 51 I S g S 8 ff5 V S'l : LOCALS tiUUlfiSUUJLSJUU mlslslslslslisulslsu) Wheat 70c to-dav. Guttering a specialty at R. S. Welters'. Let our people turn out next Tuesday and exercise their right ! of franchise. I Cream Puffs Thursday and Sat-' urday at the Bakery. For ice cream go to Sibley's restaurant. ' Guttering a specialty at R. S. Wolter's. Doughnuts on Wednesday and Saturday at the Bakery. Buy your garden tools from R. S. Wolter's. The Missouri General Assem- uel and get suggestions on mo My adjourned last Saturday. dern home decorations. Bread, Cakes and Cookies al ways on hand at the Bakery, Buy your Easter Dress at Priest & Behrens. Try the Raisin Bread at the Ba- kery on Friday. For Sale- good white oak posts. Apply at this office. For clover, timothy or mixed hay see Chas. Behrens at Mill B. Buyapairof Atlantic or Pa- cific Shoes at Priest & Behrens. , Best clothing ;.t the best pries. G. Miltenberger & Co. HofTmeister & Heinberg buy all ...

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

Jackson Herald. REPUHMCAN IN rOLITICB. 8. F. LUSK PuBLisnien JACKSON, MO., MARCH 28, ANNOUNCEMENTS Wo are tulhurlwd tu annniiw'v T. E. MoNecly in a ntitllclut for the oftVe of Cimnty Superintendent f I'uhllc Hi'linnln (iiIiJiwMo the will of the voter on April 2(1. 1U07. We aru authorised to auuounce ThomaH E. Joyce an a candidate for County School Kiiporluu-nilvnt at putallc arhoolrt, anlrjcr't to the will of tbe voter at the annual pi'honl election, April 2, VMi. We are nnthorled to announoo O. C. Kog Huh km a candidate for Street Commissioner of the City uf Jackson, election April 2d. We are authorised to ntinouucn Joe II. Call an a candidate for Street Commissioner of the City of Jarkwjn, election April 2d. We urp authorized to announce John Hit ter as a candidate for Htreet Commissioner of the City of Jackson, election April 2d. We are authorized to announce It. A. I'rlest for City Collector. Htihject to the will of the voters at election on April 2. We are aulhorUid to announce...

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

The Jackson Herald B. K. I.I Mv, PulillKlirr. Jackson. : r : vison-i. More Wholesome Sport Throughout the middle west, as 1 other pails of the country. athletic c onditions In the high schools, colleges and universities had reached a state of disgraceful and Fordid arrogance, when, two years ngo. a conference of the governing boardt) of nine of the leading institutions of tho Interior took the matter under consideration. They found high school boys who had boon Induced tc leave school a year or two ahead of time In order to enter some college which was willing tc Hiiooth the intellectual pathway In return for athletic Bcrvices. l'rofes slonnllsm was rife, and not only winked nt, but almost openly encour aged; and rivalry was bo keen that even middle aged professors found their relations with professors In other colleges strained by tho hostile feeling between the undergraduates. The de sire to win, and the hope of making money by winning, had killed the true spirit of sport. The gov...

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

ADVICE FOR MARRIED PEOPLE. To Keep a Husband. First, don't resent absent-mindedness. liocaiiitn he forgets to kiss you is no sign lie no longer loves you. Food lilm well, and bo gentle when tie comes homo fugged out. If he returns much harassed don't tiegln operations by testy contradic tious. Philadelphia Itecord. To Keep a Wife. I,et her carry the pocket book. Never complain when she asks you "to hook her waist. Tell her at least once every day that she looks younger than ever. Make her bcllpve you want to fight every time another man looks at her. Chicago Record-Herald. Looked Like It. Mrs. Hacon Did little Willie have a ood time at the party? Mrs. Kgbert He couldn't tell us when he got home, but the doctor we called in said he thought he must liavo fcad.- Ycnkers Statesman. THE INFLUENZA AGAIN. Tramp Spare a copper, lady, for a jiorc man wot hasn't tasted a bit of food for a week. Lady Dear, dear! Poor man! (Ap peal meets with a generous response.) Tramp Much obliged, mum. (WIUi...

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

w r one) a s ayaw o 0 LAVin ooooooooooooooooooo sessen? A DOLLAR SAVLD IS A DOLLAR MADL Having bought out the entire stock of the Ford Hardware Company, and having decided to inaugurate one of the greatest closing out sales in the hardware line that has ever before been known or heard of in Jackson, we are determined that everything in the house must go, regardless of price. We intend to close ouc everything in the house WITHIN THE NEXT SIXTY DAYS NOTHING RI:SI:RVIID IN THIS SALU N W PIP RTU MITY It will pay von t conn' in and see us wln-'t lir you need anyl hinir in wr line or not. (.'nine early ami M the advantage of your choice. Don't In seel ical, tor we mean juxt what we say. This is a bonified sale ami we are determined to close out this entire stock. You iet t lie benefit. SALE COMMENCES SATURDAY KORNING MARCH 30 AT 9 O'CLOCK We have a tine line of Wagons. Unifies, Paints, all kinds of Farniini; Implements and liht Tinware, in fact, a General Line of Hardware. This stock must...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 4 April 1907

rV B o VTVS'oTo'Vo BBoBBSSBl! Advertising Bring Suooess If Judiciously Donas the fc HERALD Gives Best Re- The Jackson ' Herald "b o o 6 i t i fVtfTS BS"BBBTBo' BB" WEATHER FORECAST " E 6th eth and 7th cloudy with 3 )o rain. 8th to 9th pleasant, o lOth to 1 Ith cold and cloudy 3 C suits. Price la Reasonable. ULg-a-BJLJI JUJ-flJULft SLSULSLSLSLA i Vol. X Jackson, Missouri, Thursday, April 4, 1907. No. 21 : CITY ELECTION VOTE f Tuesday. April 2nd. 2 Following Is tin? olllcliil vote ciwt at tlie city fleet ion of Jackson: 2 5 MAYOR. J Robert W. Uussell 2(M) J. 11. Miller 201 MA USUAL. John Macke 24 Henry Winner 211 J J COI.I.KCTOK. J Dick Priest :m 2 Hen K. Masters ll.t ASMK8SOU, S J John CJ. I'ut. H2 J Jaeob II. KnellH it :wm 8THKKT OOMMtMNIONKK, John Hitter lUi Joe II. Call X0 Oliver II. Kiitflish 142 ALDKIOIAK KIltST WAUI), K. (..Sibley 101 AI.KKllHAN SKCUNII WAHI), J (). K. Mabrcv il ALDKKMAN TIIIKU WAHU, 0 V. J. llrowiiiiitf 107 ALDKKMAN KOI'KTII WAUI), Otto L. Holt man 124 SCHOOL ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 4 April 1907

Low One-Way Rate. r.vcry day to April 3Mli. Il7. tho l"niim "iMrillo will s.-ll (ln. Way Colon ist tiokrl from St. Louis, at tho fol lowing ralos: 26.00 Jo o-tdr-n nnd Salt Lak City. 9?6.00 to Hull'', Anaconda ami llolona. $27.50 to Spnkatio and Woniitchi'C, Washington. 30.00 to Kvorott. Fairliavpn, What com, Vanronvor and Victoria, via Huntington nnd Spokano. '$30.00 to Tai'uma nnd Si-at t)c, via Huntington ami rortlaml or via Huntington and Spok.mr. 430.00 to Pol l land and Astoria, or Ashland, llosohoip, Kimono Al bany and Sali'in, via l'urtl.in 1. 30.00 to fan Kianrlaro, Los Anp'loa and San PIcro. CorrospondiiiKly low rates t,i many cthor I'allfonila, Oroi;on, V.'aHhitigtoti, Slontana, 1'tali, ami Main points Kor full information rail on or addros.i I. K. TownsU-y, (J. A., lU3 Olive street, tit. I.oul:i, Mo. Sheep Raising In Australia. The trreatest Industry of Austral: ts shwp ra'.sitiR, mainly for the sakH of the wool, hut also In part, of -onrse, for the moat. Australia now r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 4 April 1907

SPRING CARE OF APIARY. Th Precautions Which Should ba Taken to Protect Beet. Tires will do better If they are, pro tected In some way after beltiR set from the cellar. Winter rnsi'R hnve been reconiniendod for this purpose, and they are Rood, but expensive. Re cently, however, tarred building pnper has been used, with very patlxfuctory results. In Bonio canes the tvhole hive, except the bottom, lias been wrapped In the paper, but It makes It neces ary to remove the covering every time the hive Is to be opened. I have, therefore, devised a different way of Paper Overcoat for Hive. uplng Imilillng paper, says a writer In Farming. I cut a piece of the tarred hullilltiK paper so that It will be as wide ns the lilve Is deep that will be nine ami cuie-half Inches for I.niiRstnitli hives and lunK enoiiBh to cover all four Bides of the hive and also have the ends overlap several Inches. The first fine day after the beos have been put outside. I take an empty hive body and fasten to It the b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 4 April 1907

LOCALS 3 Wheat 70c to-day. Guttering a specialty at R. S. Wolters'. For ice cream go to Sibley's restaurant. Guttering a specialty at R. S. Wolter's. Buy your garden tools from R. S. Wolter's. Dont fail to call and see the ' new hats and low prices at the Ladies' Bazaar. Fruitland, Mo. Best clothing at the best pries, G. Miltenberger & Co. For a good clean shave go to Sibley's barber shop. William Bingenheimer of this city has two very sick boys. For Sale-two good houses and lots in Fruitland, Mo. Ap ply at this ofiice. Garden tools at R. S. Wolter's The bank of Greenville went ! into the hands of the receivers' last week. Trade your old cook stove in for a new one at R. S. Wolters'. , McCombshas the agency for1 the Edison Phonograph. Call and see hir.i. McComb's furniture store still leads in beautiinl patterns and ut to date designs. McAtee is ready to sell you peed oats: he has just received ', two car loads. New Spring Millinery and Pat- tern Hats on display, Friday March 22...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 4 April 1907

Jackson Herald HBrUBMCAN IN POLITICS. ll. F. LUSK 1'UBUBIIltB JACKSON, MO., April 4, HW7. Kntnrnc t tlie pimtomce .hirimniv Mo. t incond-clK nutur Nuvmbr 4. Utf, . Terms for the Hkkald arc as fob :ows: Kor one year. l.oo Six months 60 Three months :w mc sldice. . 14 , 142 Advertising Ratbh: Locals fic per line each Insertion. Professional Card S per year. Lefral Advertise mentslegal ritteg. Display ad rates made known on application. The home paper is the mirror in which those at a distance see us. Behindevery cloud, we are told, isja silver lining, and we believe it is true. When you helpvour home paper3'ou help your townand indirectly, help yourself. The home paper pives free advertisement than other medium in existence. more any Don't get an idea that the home paper can be displaced by fence advertisements. The per capita of money in circulation in America at the present time is about $32.33. A Democratic legislature will not allow the people of Missouri to vote on a Prohibition ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 4 April 1907

The Jackson Herald " B.i M'SK, Pnlillalier. JACKSON. : : : MISSOVKI. "The Tyranny of the Roof." We think of the savage tribe as llr Ing outdoors, aad free from the re straints which come from civilization the garment, the house and the cook. Hut there Is a barbarism which speeds Its winters In huts und holes from which every breath nf fresh air 18 shut out, and where the stilling at mosphere is heavy with "old shapes of foul disease." Akin to the life of the hut and the slum Is the life of the home of whatever grade where cold is dreaded more than bad nlr. The farm house, the millionaire's palace and the. village grocery alike shelter miserable sinners against nature's laws. The crusade against the ravages of con sumption has awakened thousands to the fact that the need for pure air Is more Imperative even than the need for good food, although it speaks with a less Insistent voice. Hut, remarks Youth's Companion, hundreds of thou sands of housewives yet need to learn the danger of t...

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

TnniE mm A talc or the: old west Qy IIVBRY LCON WILSON mAeuSKRffu CHAPTER XV. The Order from Headquarter. He loft Parowan t tin next morning to preach at one of the little settle ments to tho rant. Ho was Rone tl;reo days. When he came back they told him that tho train of Missourlnns liaj passed through Pnrowan and on to the south. Mo attended a military council held that evening in the meet l.tft'houso. Three days of reflection, while it had not cooled the anger he felt toward these jnemliers of the moh that had so. brutally wronged his people, had HllKhtly cooled his ardor for aggrcBHlve warfare. . The following Tuesday he continued o'th to Cedar City, the most popu lous of the southern settlements. llvro he leaned of the campaign's ptogress. Hrlgham's courier had pre ceded the tra'n on Its way south, bear lug; written Orders to the faithful to Tiold no den'lngs with Its people; to ell them neither forage for their tock nor food for themselves. ThPy bad, It was reported, been much...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 4 April 1907

ass wi OOOOOOO0OCOO0QOC39 A DOLLAR SAVLD IS A DOLLAR MADli Having bought out the entire stock of the Ford Hardware Company, and having decided to inaugurate one of the greatest closing out sales in the hardware line that has ever before been known or heard of in Jackson, we are determined that everything in the house must go, regardless of price. We intend to close ouc everything in the house WITHIN TIIK NEXT SIXTY DAYS NOTHING RUSURVUD IN THIS SALli W YOUR PPOR BROS UWflTY It will itav vou to (nn' in ami us whether vou need unytliinii- in our line or not. t'oim early and i:et the iulvantiuxe of your choice. Don't he s k 'i it i :.! . lor we mean jiist what we say. This is a lxniilied sale and we un determined to idosc out this cut ire stork. Vou ;et t hi' heiielit . SALE COMMENCES SATURDAY CORNING MARCH 33 AT 9 O'CLOCK We have. a tine lino of Wagons, Busies. I'aints, all kinds of Kannini; Implements and li-rht Tinware, in fort u General Luio of Hardware. This stork must ho sold, an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 18 April 1907

f 1 1 B ( 1 1 J 8 BTfTBTf I HTBTTB II ' u Advartlalna; Brines Suocesa The Herald 5 WEATHER FORECAST a 5 19th, storm: 20-21, heavy a C ralnei 22-23, pleasant; 24- Jo 28, mild and cloudy. )a If Judiciously Donai tha HERALD Olvae Baat Ra- aulta. Price la Reasonable. ISJJULSLfJLSULJULSUULS Vol. X Jickson, Missouri, Thursday Aprit 18, 1907. No. 23 acksom BEAUTIFUL DRAMA, J. M. A. On Monday evening ext, April 2 2, the beautiful Irish drama, "More Sinned Against Than Sinning," will be presented by the cadets of the J. M. A. in recital hall. This is a beautiful drama, in prologe and three acts, and the characters are well cast and will be presented in a mas terly and fiinshed manner. The cadets are fortunate in being able to present in the cast Mr. Minnette, of New York City, who is the guest of Major Augus tine, and a.'member of some of the leading dramatic clubs of j who served in such organizations New York, and Chicago. He j have exactly the same pension will carry the difficult role of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 18 April 1907

The Jackson Herald II. K. LIMv, Pnltllahrr. ' JACKSON. MISSOURI. There la no gain without loss. Ton wouldn't be stuck up If yot tieard all other poople say about you. Tet we ail know souls for which the weight of one ounce would be a rldlcstous exaggeration. L- Maine deplores the lncreastnff scarcity of lobsters. Must have been taxing the summer boarders too beavlly. A 1T94 copper cent was sold for 3S.50 recently. After all, that Is less than nine per cent, compound Inter est since It was coined. Prof. Charles Henderson says the wealthy go from Chicago to New Tork on their way to heaven. Making tke Journey by easy stages, oh? The war department wants a bal loon which will raise a ton. Doesn't war rnlso enonch sehenna without calling In the services of a balloon? Count nonl having offered to com mlt suicide and no objection being heard from anv quarter, according to narllamt ntarv usage the motion lands approved. Chnmnacne drinking in America Is on the wane, says a Washington dls pat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 18 April 1907

TffilE TEL dDRIS TTDDIE EkdD a tai f or Tiir 01 n wft CJT HADRYLCON WILSON tAu5KS5Tm taprmctr tool or ionsop PuBl &wc Cunfvutr CHAPTER XVIII. Continued. Joel Rae found himself believing that ho could now have been a Mercer Don of the Lord than Brlgham was; for lie would have fought, while Brig ham was stooping to petty strategies us If God were needing to rely upon deceit. Lute In June the array of Johnston descended Emigration canyon, passed through tho streets of the city and camped on tho River Jordan. Hut, to the deep despair of one observer, these Invaders committed no depreda tion or overt act. After resting in offensively two days on the Jordan, they marched 40 miles south to Cedar valley, where Camp Floyd was estab lished. Thus, no one fully comprehending how It had como about, peace was seen suddenly to have been restored. Tho people, from Ilrlgham down, had been offered a freo pardon for all pant treasons and seditions If they would return to their allegiance to the Fe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 18 April 1907

nrs issbisib sunn t a 4 P LOCALS 3 C 1 JULttJUUULSJUl AJL8JUUL8XJLSJU Wheat 70o to-dfly. GutterinK a specialty at R. S. Welters'. L. Clippard went to the Cape, Tuesday to attend the Elk meet ing. Born, to John Hingenheimer and wife of this city Tuesday, twins. 1907 line of quick meal gasoline stoves at Bruening & Kerstnor I). G. Co. McCombshas the agency for the Edison Phonograph. Call and see him. For tomato and sweet potato plants see Mrs. D. C. Haklerman of West Jackson. George Grant is now in the dairy business. He bought out George Peterman. Born, to Henry Ludwig and wife, near Pocahontas, on last Sunday, a fine girl. Sewing machines guaranteed to please you at Bruening & Kerstner D. G. Co. For furniture go to Bruening & Kerstnor D.G . Co. Headquar ters for low prices. Special low prices on carpets, rugs, linoleum, oil cloth, mat ting, and curtains at McComb's. McComb's for furnitnre. See my now large stock and get my prices before buying. Seed corn, stock peas, Ger...

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