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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 18 April 1907

Jackson Herald REPUBLICAN IN POLITICK. 8. F. LUSK Fuulihiikh JACKSON, MO., April 18, IH07. fCntnrnC at Ui pimtolrlcn m JtwUmn. Mo. rond-iliim umtter November 4. l'J7. Pornm for the 11 skald arc an fol (wh: nr on vear. l mt.nUi so f hree nmntliH 30 riioum: ! .'.Aftldenre "l AiVBRTfsiNO Ratkh: Locals fir fT lino each Insertion. Professional Card 5 par year. Legal AdvertNe- intji leiral raten. lMonlay ad rates made known on application. ADDITIONAL LOCALS. Wool wanted at Priest & Beh rens. Take your wool to Priest & Behrens. Something new at McComb's furniture store. Special orders Riven special attention at the Pakery. The highest market price paid for wool at Priest & Behrens. William Fluegge of Tilsit had business in Jackson yesterday. The County Court will meet as a board of appeals next Mon day. Union revival services will begin in Jackson some time in May. Priest & Behrens want your wool and will give the best price for it. If you want the first ice cream soda of t...

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. — 18 April 1907

BRAVE DEEDS THAT HAVE WON CARNEGIE MEDALS ysoococccoooceooooocoooeoeeoooceoeeooooeoso ' Now York Two years aj?o Andrew CarnofclP conceived the novel Idea of discovering and rewardins tmo hero ism wherever It may occur. Kor this purpose a hero fund commission was appointed whose preliminary labors liavo now been completed. Deeds of daring, whether by land or sea, In the effort to save life, have received due reooRnltlon In this way, while tho task of the commission has resulted, besides, In bringing together a series of little tales of human pluck, endur ance and self abnegation, the reading of which la bound to give an uplifting ense of some of the noblest qualities f men and women when brought face to face with the peril that, at some upreme moment, threatens the lives f their fellow beings. Of tho 63 cases of heroism which the commission, after prolonged nnd careful Investigation, has deemed worthy of public recognition, the fol lowing have been selected on account f the novel hum...

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. — 18 April 1907

BARB WIRE REEL. On Easily Made That Will Do Effect We Service. Hero Is a barb wire reel that ona can wind barb wire on Instead of an old barrel, which la slow work. We present a little drawing of one that ran be easily made by an Ingenious farmer. It Is mounted on wheels, and Have the Weight Near the Wheels. can be drawn along by a man, while a boy steadies the handle to keep the wire from unwinding too rapidly and kinking. For winding up wire that Is la tnken off of a fence, the machine can either bo pushed or pulled, going Just fast enough to keep up with the wire as It Is being wound on tho reel. A little rack like this, says Tho Far mer, would be of considerable value to any one who has any amount of barb wire fencing to wind. INACCURATE SEED TESTING. What the Germination May and May Not Show. It Is not at all certain that seed when sown In the open field will show the same amount of digestibility as whn sown In seed testing boxes or between plates In the house and tin-rt-r Idea...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 18 April 1907

n 7U V J ON TH E rap I V 1 M? rU c THAT IS GOING ON AT i n i i 0 ;1 "We have sold nearly half of our stock and things are still on the jump. The rest of the goods must go regardless of cost. We have too many things in the house too numerous to mention. But if anybody wants snaps in i n nn nnsa n nr i i I i Buggies, Simp J Troy Various or Superior Drills We will quote you prices below on these goods cheaper than you can buy the raw material or they can be manufactured for. We have four highestgrade buggies on hand -Sattlery make and John Deere. 4 Buggies, choice at . 3 Surries, choice at Here is a snap. $50.00 3 Runabouts, choice at . $33.00 . 75.00 4 Troy Wagons, 3x9, (best make) 54.75 Come and seei for yourself. Seeing is believing. ;r We have cheaper buggies. 'A .i Also 7 Superior Drills are left the best manufactured Drill in the United States today. Anybody wjlt say so. Everybody says so. Choice at only $45.00 Positively all these goods must go in a hurry. All we ask of anyone l...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 25 April 1907

t A i i h t I 1 : 1 I . I 1 ' i . I I n i i r Atirrmrttfnm BrlnH Success lf)'iJli(iikllouslVi'Ooris4. the ne jacKsoe neraia II 1 1 : XJK ATUZro tnocr'lCT o 26. cloudy: 27. stormy: 2S- . g HERALD Olvea Best Re- suits. Price Is Reasonable. ZSLJLSillSMiSLiJLJLSLSLXaJLSUiXSLS 29. heavy rains: 30, pleas- ant: May 1-2, fair. o lASLSLSLASLSLSLXJULiSLZSLSLAASU Jackson, Missouri, Thursday, April 25, 1307. No. 24 85? Correspondence CARPO HAS SOME EVENTS OF THE LAST WEEK THE DRAMA WAS A Few Happenings '.! v.ll ' V ; '" l 'sat ' AlL'tXPECTED :iPri) i.tj THING 10 SAY from Fruitland atMi Mr." . ;; .il 1 I Vhi. V! , ortif, theHerald' printer, has turned farmer. He was seen recently witH abucket, hoe and cane hat goings farthe'woods and when accqs.ed and asked what it meant Raid he was only going to dt some grubbing: it's too cold to VtSsh'these llays. i , ; The third quarterly conference for this district will be held at Shiloh .church May lj.tfv and ltfi." 'This date also 'marks the beginning of ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 25 April 1907

WITH OUR CORRESPONDENTS Items of Interest Sent in by Live Corre spondents at Nearby Towns About People You May Know. Burfordville. (Crowded out last work. ) The farmers are busy getting ready to put out crops. Joe Lape of Jackson visited Mrs. M. M. Points of Burford ville last week. The building of the new church house at McGuire cemetery will soon be finished. Jesse Nance of Arkansas is vis iting his parents. Mr. and Mrs. John Nance, of this place. J. A. McCullough and Jacob Proffer and daughter Boulah went to St. Louis April 16th. Lafe Proffer, of near Burford" ville. gave a ball last Saturday night, with a large attendance. Watt Burford of - Lutesville visited his father-in-law, John Lively of this place, last Sunday. The board of aldermen have au thorized the street commissioner to build a new bridge on the Gravel Hill road. The Burfordville silver cornet band will give a box supper in S. Allen's building April 20th. Everybody invited. Pr. John VanAmberg of this place is prepari...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 25 April 1907

A TURRBLE EXPERIENCE. .Hew a Veteran Wai 8aved the Ampu tation of a Limb. n. Frank Dorcmus, veteran, ot Roosevelt avenue, IndlttnupollR, Inrl., says: "I had been showing symptoms of kidney trouble from the time I was mus tered out of tho army, but in all my life I never Buffered as In 1897. Headaches, diz ziness and Hleepless ness, first, and then dropsy. I was weak and helpless, having run down from 180 to 125 pounds. I was having terrible pain In the kid neys, imd the secretions passed almost Involuntarily. Sly left leg swelled un til It was 3-1 inches around, and the doctor tapped it night and morning until 1 could no longer stand it, and then he advised amputation. I re fused, and began using Doan's Kidney Pills. The swelling subsided gradu ally, the urine became natural, and all my pains and aches disappeared. I have been well now for nino years since using Donn's Kidney Tills. For sale by all dealers. CO cents a box. Koster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. A 40,000 TREASURY ROBBERY...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 25 April 1907

PROBATE COURT DOCKET. Tin- follow injr is a list of the executors, curator.-;, a.lministni tors ami .miaruiar.s, who aae required to makf final settlements at t"o iu; it mi of the probate court: Mnilu. Mn l.l. Klrt I)u of (hp Term. Anderson. Ellen. executrix of Daniel U. Anderson, deceased. Alexander. Harry K. administrator of Jackson Christian, de-i ceased. Alexander. Harry K. guardian of Jessie R. and Lulu A. Bek lund. minors. Boss, Alvin, guardian of Louise and Frances Helmkampf, minors. Browning, Thos. J. guardian of Mamie P. Loony, a minor. Brase, Dr. ,F. and Henry D. administrators of Henry Brase, deceased. Buchanan, Francis M. guardian of WilliamJ. and Charles H. Buchanan, minors. Bailey, David P. guardian of David C. and Paul R. Bailey, minors. THE BAR REMOVED. It will be remembered that immediately after the approval of the McCumber pension bill a flurry occurred upon the dis covery that it did not repeal sec tion 4,710, prohibiting the pay ment of a pension to any person "...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 25 April 1907

Jackson Herald KKl'HIU.ICAN IN POUTICS. . F. Ll'NK J'viil.l-m i! .lACKSON. Mf , April y, V1 con(l-i:lHaK mutter NuveuibuM, 1M7, rurniH for t tie Ukuald are a-mi-os: "iron" vonr il.00 3t months 60 Three month i0 rnOHEi; Vtnce 14S 'Aanldenua 142 Advebtisino Ratks: Locals 6c per line esch innertlno. Profesninnal Card B per year. Legal AdvertNe rienU lefral rates. Pluplay ad rates made known on application. ADDITIONAL LOCALS. Wool wanted at Priest & Beh rens. 'i Take your wool to Priest & Behrens. Northern Early Rose seed potatoes 85 cents a bushel at Bruening Kerstneres D.G.Co. McCombs is from Missouri. He can and will show you the best and cheapest furniture on the market. For ready made skirts and waists see Hoffmeister & Hein berg. They are making special prices on skirts. When you come to Jackson it will pay you to take time for a visit to Bruening: & Kerstner D. G. Co furniture department. A COMBINATION. Modern designs, high quality, honest construction, fine finis...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 25 April 1907

NERVOUS PROSTRATION CURED BY DR. WILLIAMS' PINK PILLS. By Toning up the Glood and Nerve a Pa tient Recovered Weight, Strength and Good Spirits. V'hrn tin nervous system is hrolcrt, flow n from overwork. or w hatcvercauso, 1 !o lost its joys. Not only is "ho ner ous victim n Mifl'en r himself lint he is Ti--ii:iHy it triiil to the whole 1'iiinily. Nervous breakdown is often gradual, apl'cuniig at lirst to ho merely nil nnu Hial fretfulni'ss. I'r. Williams' pink Pills tone up the nerves in ti e most lireet way und not only cure minor troubles Imt serious disorders ns well. Mr. W. W. Munroo. of If. ll:iz. lP:nk. T.m n tt, Mass., s ays: "About four years ago tins Soj.ti ml., r I became nil n:u down from overwork and from confine ment to work during viinn weather. For two mouths I grew steadily worse. 1 lost ill Weight Iiml .-tn lift !i iiml had no appetite. My memory failed me quite rapidly and I became in a Very low t-t itc. both physically and metitailv. I took no imprest in life, nei...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 25 April 1907

ill!) Contest C, $108,660. Total insurance in (force this date is $372,500. I Total insurance a year ago was $.326,580. Net gain in insurance during the past year, $15,920. "The association sustained four losses during the past year: Millerville, the household goods of H. J. Miller of Dutchtown, . the saloon of A. C. Zimmeramn of Deray and the saloon and contents of John Metz of Dutch town making a total loss of State, Locul and County $597.05. All of this was prompt Contests Have Been Ar- Paid- "Henry Putz, Sec'y.'' ranged. Tj,e following committee on A mammoth boys'corn growing finance was appointed: John C. contest la being organized among jRudert, J. A. Vogel and Louis BOYS WILL COMPETE FOR PRIZES the boys of Missouri for 1907. It is being conducted by the Missouri Corn Growers' Asso Rati On motion, duly carried, the office of assistant secretary was side in Jackson. John G. Putz was elected to fill this office. The following committee was appointed to revise the constitut ciati...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 25 April 1907

.., . .. . ' '' ' .... " " III . I r ... . r - n r -t ;0 N THE .,,... ; : If'iOc !:.;:. n J o J j UU I 1 5 u THAT IS GOING ON AT mmm o We have sold nearly half of our stock and things are still on the jump. The rest of the goods must go regardless of cost. We have too many things in the house too numerous to mention. But if anybody wants snaps in Buggies, Surreys, Troy Wagons or Superior Drills We will quote you prices below on theses goods cheaper than you can buy the raw material or they can be manufactured for. We have four highestgrade buggies on handSattlery make and John Deere. 4 Buggies, choice at . . $50.00 3 Runabouts, choice at . $33.00 3 Surries, choice at . . 75.00 4 Troy Wagons, 3x9, (best make) 54.75 Here is a snap. Come and see for yourself. Seeing is believing. We have cheaper buggies. Also 7 Superior Drills are left the best manufactured Drill in the United States today. Anybody will say so. Everybody says so. Choice at only - - $45.00 Positively all these goods mus...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 2 May 1907

pr '.Tt ff Kirv !Tff"T5 (nnj-nrnrins Q WEATHER FORECAST 2 jo May 3, fair: 45. cloudy and S C rain; 6-7, warm, plsasanti C 8-20. cloudy nnd warm. o Advertlslnic Bring Success 3 If Judiciously Donei the o g HERALD Gives Best" Re- 3 E suits. Price Is Reasonable. 3 ZSLSLSLSJLSLA JSJLSJL2JLS.A JUULfiJU Aj Vol. X 'Jackson, Missouri, TJrursday, May 2, 1907. No. 25 The- Jackson I lerald Farmers to Organize Some time ago we gave to our readers an article on the organ izing of the fanners for their mutual protection. Every other interest is organizing for their good, why not have the farmers organize. rnt - . 1 , 11- . . ; The farmer is the backbone of : country and without him all other interests will suffer. The organization known as the National Farmers Educational and Co-operative Union of America has for its objects just wha. is needed for the protection f all farm interests. This organization strives to do away with the speculator, the man that has no money invested but simply acts on a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 2 May 1907

a mtsooum VfUirlAN Tells a Story of Awful Suffering and Wonderful Relief. Mrs. J. D. Johnson, of 603 West ITlikninn St.. Columbia, Mo., snys: "Following an operation two year ago, dropsy sot In, ami my loft side was bo swollen tho doctor said ho would have to tap out tho water. There was constant pain anil a gurgling sensation around my heart, hnd I could not ' VV-'fik-Vit ralB0 " n,'m y.i my head. 1 " ney action was above kid- as disor dered and passages of the secretion , too frequent. On the advice of my husband I began using Doan'R Kidney Tills. Since using tvo boxes my trou We has not reappeared. This Is won derful, nfter suffering two years." Sold by all dealers. flO cent? a box. Fostcr-Milburn Co.. Tluffalo, N. Y. GONE FOREVER. Ten years ago a farmer put his Ini tials on u dollar bill. The next day ho went to the nearest town and spent It with a merchant. lfo:c the year was cut he pot the dollar back. Four times in six years the dollar came back to him for produce and three 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. — 2 May 1907

Jackson Herald REPUBLICAN IN fOUTICB. 6. F. LUSK , Publisiibh JACK80N. MO., Mayt IW7. ftatores' at th. poatotflc. at J sedan. Mo. at scooad-clM matter rlorecolwr i. HOT. Terms for the Hkbald are asfol owa: Cor one year dti months Three month 30 oak . tuidao , IM , Itt Adtmtibimo Baths: Locals Ac per line each insertion. Professional Card 6 per fear. Legal Adrertlse urta legal ratee. Display ad rates wade known on application. CHARITY AT HOME. No reward comes to him that robs himself of what he needs to j touched a card in twenty years, sustain life and health, or what He intrusts the business of is needed to care for his own, his establishment to subordin merely to give to those who ask. 1 ates and relies with mathematical No man has a right to give certainty flupon the returns, what is not fully his own; no!. Canfieldlfputs yityplainly7Tl? right give away any time what you'gojinto'thelgambler'sgame poverty in order to relieve pov- erty;olosethe jrespect jof his i If you stay! in th...

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

j LOCALS g Guttering a specialty at R. S. Wolters'. J. B. Miller had business at the Cape Tuesday. "Pittsburgh Perfect" atC. W. Henderson's lumber yard. Carl Wallace purchased a horse from Wm. Wissman Monday. For clover, timothy or mixed hay see Chas. Behrens at Mill B. Kant-Be-Beat clothing at Bruening & Kerstner D. G. Co.'s. Priest & Behrens want your wool and will give the best price for it. For Sale. One good second hand surrey. Apply to C. H. Wolter. Trv one of those fine Kant-Be- Beat suits at Bruer.ing & Kerst ner D. G. Co. The Carmen e Bros, have their concrete residence in We. t Jack son about completed. All kinds of straw hats and a .swell line of other hats at HofV meister & Heinberg's. Mrs. Oscar Templeton and daughter Lorane of Bismarck are visiting relatives in this city. J. F. Baker of Whitewater was in our city Monday. Mr. Baker is working in the Farmers' Co operative Union. For ready made skirts and waists see Hoffmeister & Hein berg. They are ma...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 2 May 1907

Jackson Herald REPUBLICAN IN POLITICS. fi, F. LUSK Publisher JACKSON. MO., May 2, M1. Kntored at the poMofllce nt .lB-kon, Mo. a cond-clm mutter Novomber 4. lot . Terms for the Herald Hre asfol ows: 'or one year SI. 00 ilx months , .80 Three month 30 PHOHIB! jBce 12 Aeildence ' Advertising" Rates ! Locals 6c per line each Insertion. Professional Card $5 per year. Legal Advertlne nonts lejral rates. Displayed rates taade known on application. MARKET REPORT. i Corrected Weekly. Flour, per cwt .l.)f 2.60 Brnn, per cwt U0 Shipstuflt, l.fK) 'Onrnmcal, per lii "5 "Corn 40 OiiU 40 Potatoes, Irish 70 Hay Cattle .... Hog, gross Lard Tallow. Macon 11 jiiuuldcrfc 84 Ham Smoked 14 Hides (green) " Beeswax 25 Wool 25 Feathers 0 Hena ( Cox Spring chickens W Turkeys 10 Ducks 10 Geese G Spring Geese 6 Butter 15 Eggs 13 , A new definition for "tainted" money has come up "taint yours, taint mine." Missouri will celebrate her 86th anniversary Aug. 10th. She was admitted to the Union as a state Aug. 10,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 2 May 1907

4 Probate Court Docket The following is a list of the executors, curators, administra tors and griardians, who are required to make final settlements at the next term of the probate court. May, 1907. Monday, May 13, First Day of Term. Anderson, Ellen.executrix of Daniel R. Anderson, deceased. Alexander, Harry E., administrator of Jackson Christian, de ceased. Alexander, Harry E. guardian of Jessie R. and Lulu A. Bek lund, minors. Boss, Alvin, guardian of Louise and Frances Helmkampf, minors. Browning, Thos. J., guardian of Mamie P. Loony, a minor. Brase, Dr. F. and Henry D., administrators of Henry Brase, deceased. Buchanan, Francis M., guardian of William J. and Charles H. Buchanan, minors. Bailey, David P., guardian of David C. and Paul R. Bailey, minors. Berkbigler, Barney, guardian Berkbigler, minors. s Brown, W. W., administrator of William H. Brown, deceased. Crites, Addie J., administratrix of Bennett Crites, deceased. Caldwell, J. Frank, guardian and Rex Caldwell, minors. Tu...

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

The Jackson Herald b. F. l.lSli., I'nlilUher. JACKSON. MISSOUIU. Moderation In everything Is the cr of !'y. it will be tltuo enouuli t boat! when to-morrow Is past. Hpj!y la tlio man who never recog BizcH defeat and dcnpalr. Whoa a man nets a reputation as a clever conversationalist you may be uro that ho never will be famous. A New York (woman who lost $20 at a card pnrty called for the police and had tho game broken up. Bhe needn't expect to be Invited out much aftei thin. Hudson Maxim announces that h has completed an Invention which wll! ' make armor-plate uscles3. This ouhl to help some more toward the estab lltshment of universal peace. Government scientists claim that the rating of raw meat will enable people to become strong mentully and pliyblcally. It may be, however, that mental and physical strength can be achieved In more pleasant ways. If so they ought to be discovered. Premier Campbell Bannerman says the Dritish house of lords will be re formed. Owing to the fact that...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 2 May 1907

A MARVELOUS HISTORY l.cs tli.in half ;i eeiiturv arn n tli' reaehes of Milt Knd Waste, when- vice festered as a eaneei MM'i.-il '!' tln world's metropolis, where ribaldry and blas phemy held high reel and pauperism and erime high -arnivs:l : eomprisings so 1o speak, a veritable garden spot id the i'rinee of the World of Darkness, and the despair of all "the lands of Chrisendie," a young man of farme lender, of physique frail, but. athwart, whose kindly vis ntre flitted the solar light of the skies, mounted a dis corded soap box and in the fitful glow of an Knglish twi light to the outcasts and pariahs of the world, who jostled about him the tlotsam and jetsam of all lands and (dimes somehow or other tind a way to the East End of London announced the startling news that there was a Foun tain open to the House of David forsin and uneleanness;" that some eighteen hundred and more years ago Jesus of Nazareth was "born in another man's stable, buried in another man's grave: his first com...

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