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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 9 May 1907

The Jackson Herald WIS STSTS B'BTITB 8 rSVTVSl Adver If Juc rtialng Bring Suooesa WEATHER FORECAST May 9 to 10, cloudy and warmi 1 1, a little stormy! 1 2 JJ dlolously Done) the HERALD Gives Best Re- ults. Prloe Is Reasonable. cold and ralnyi 13 to 1 4 cool COOl cJ ajlslsO LSULfiJUUl AfiJULILSUU. 5JULSJLS. S lSLSLSLSLSLASLSLSLSLSLSLS.ajLjL No. 26 Vol. X Jackson, Missouri, Thursday, May 9, 1907. OUR OLDEST DAUGHT ER WEDS. At the home of the editor last evening, Thomas A. Cosgrove led to the altar of Matrimony, Lina Leontine, our oldest dau ghter. At eight o'clock the young bride and groom came into the room. The ceremony was solmenly and impressively performed by the Methodist pastor, Rev. M. T. Haw. A Letter. Hcliumer Springs, Mo., Mav 7, 1907. Editor Herald, Jackson, Mo You should visit tho Schumor Springs anl see how vapidly tho place is growing. A year ago there was nothing here nut the old Schuuier farm with the springs, to-day there is a large 50 .room hotel with modern conven ...

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. — 9 May 1907

The Jackson Herald U. F. I.ISK, PplilUher. JACKSON. : : MISSOURI. i... - - On pasture lands In Alaska grass grows six fort high. 1-etters that hurt In later years nre never burned or lost. A mixture of tar and tron slag il used In Germnny for paving. Anyway, nobody In this country need be afraid of an outburst of poetry CD the death of Pobledonostscff. The north iole will be In great luck If It escaiK-B all the sleuths who are going In search of It this year. Mr. Stead may not like the amen, but he should not wax profane over bis apparent preference for "ahmeo." The Japs, too, are working for uni versal peace. They have Just closed a contract for a 21,0u(i-ton battleship. Hook agents are supposed to be a crafty race. Hut a lot of them are Indiscreet enough to bother a man when he is particularly busy, never theless. The derision of the Hrltish govern ment against the channel tunnel hns killed the project, anil seasickness and mal de mer will continue to be preva lent. Japan Is prepa...

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. — 9 May 1907

man who trapped trisco boodlers has fine record CALLED KING OF DETECTIVES 'William J. Burns, Most Clever of. the Secret Service Agents Employed by Uncle Sam, Has Earned Proud Title by His Many' Successes in Running Down Offen ders Against the Law- "His Methods Are Shrewd, Di rect and Straight Forward, and He Has Yet to Record Failure in Any Case in Which He Has Been Employed Land Grabbers, Boodlers or Counterfeiters All One to Him. San Francisco. William J. Burns, Ahe United States secret service agent -who trapped every member of San .Francisco's corrupt board of supervis ors Into a full confession of their guilt, Is called "the kins of detec tives." Although Burns has this Interna tional reputation as a detective, it Is ihhrd for his intimates to remember .always that Hums Is a detective. Thus Francis J. Heney, tho prosecu lor with whom Burns has worked through the land fraud cases in Ore ,gon and In the San Francisco boodle cases, finds his associate a source of -continual "surpr...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 9 May 1907

or mnnrnmr mnnnrs mnnnnnnf tq P LOCALS g Sibley's for pood ice cream soda. Take your wool to Priest & Uehrens. Found a watch, call at Wal ther's tailor shop. " Pittsburgh Perfect" atC. W. Henderson's lumber yard. For clover, timothy or mixed hay see Chas. Behrens at Mill P. j Bernhard Gockel Jr. is home and is now a full fledged drug gist Don't forget that we do all "kinds of job printing and do it rig ht. Born to F. S. Portis, and wife of near Pocahontas on May 2nd a fine girl. Another car load of furniture just arrived at Breuning & Kersi ner D. G . Co. For furniture go to Bruening & Kerstner D.G . Co. Headquar ters for low prices. Rev. W. M .Rudolph commen ced a protracted meeting at Oak Ridge last Sunday. Mrs. H. C. Carson of the Cape was visiting the family of Walter A. Trickey Monday. J will do your brick work or tmild cisterns and take horse or cow in rav. A. II. Beall. Jack son, Mo. AJ1 who want fish to'stock their ponds or streams should write nJ. n..Ugnvie, uar...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 9 May 1907

Jackson .Herald REPUBLICAN IN POLITICS. 8. F. LUSK PUBLI8HKH JACKSON. MO., May 2, 1907. tnterfic lit the pnatnfllre t ,lit'knn. Mo. a ccond-clns (nutter November 1. 1SKT. Terms for the Ukuai.d are an fol lows: For one year 1-00 Six rnonths SO Three ninnths 30 phonm: Office .. f.ldenoe 142 Advertising Ratks: Locals 6c per line each Insertion. Professional Card $5 per year. Legal Advertise ments legal rate. Display ad rates made known on application. Everybody working in harmony makes a town move out. .. , . j , i kindly intorm us of is still doing no good as fast1 , J . . " or drop a note in tl as ii can. i Every newspaper wants to publish the news. The better the paper the more prosperous it will be. Lo cal news items are especial ly hard to run down. How many times have you, dear reader, been approached by the newspaper man for an item of news and told him that you knew nothing of iuterest. Probably at the time your family were away on a visit or some one from out of town was visit...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 9 May 1907

A TALE OF TUL OLD WTST T HARRY LEON CHAPTER XXIV. Contlnutd. It km this earlier teaching that the faithful of Amnion clung to, iirrhaps siot a lit t It by roiison that Immediate ly over tlu-m was a spiritual guiile "Who had lioen trained from Infancy to know that salvation lay in belief, never In dniilit. For a tinn of the end they helieveii that on tho night bo fore the day of It there would be no darkness. This would bo as It bad been before the birth fif the Savior, as itoid In the Hook of Mormon: "At tho Rolng down of. the sun there was no darkness, and the people began to be astonished because there was no dark ness when the night came; and there was no darkness in all that night, but It was as light as if It were midday." They talked or little but this matter In that small pocket of tho lntermoun taln commonwealth, In Sabbath meet ings and around the hearths at night. The Wild Ham of tho Mountains thought all proselyting should cease In view of the approaching end; that the Kl...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 9 May 1907

Te-ru-na Relieves Spring Catarrh. DIIIS DORA IIATDEX. "Without hesitation I write to thank you for the great relief I havt found in flour valuable medicine, feruna, and wilt rail the attention of all my friends tillering with catarrh to that fact. Be tides I cheerfully recommend it to all suf fering with catarrh in any form." Jlfi&s Dora Itayden, SlQ 6th St., S. W., Washington, D. C. A Case of Spring Catarrh. Mrs. N. P. Lawler, 423X N.Broadway, Filtahiir?, Kas., writes: "Last spring I caught a severe cold, which developed luto a serious case of catarrh. I felt weak and sick, and could neither eat nor sleep well. "A member of our club who had been cured of catarrh through the use of Pe runs nil vised me to try it, and I did so at once. I expected help, but nothing like the wonderful chunge for the better I observed almost as soon as I started taking it. In three days 1 felt much better, and within two weeks I was in Sue health. Pcruna is a wonderful medicine." I The Eternal Femin...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 9 May 1907

Probate Court Docket The following is a list of the executors, curators, administra tors and guardians, 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, njinors. 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 I, guardian of David C. and Paul R. Bailey, minors. Berkbigler, Barney, guardian of Leo, Otto. Leonard and Henry Berkbigler, minors. Brown, W. V. , administrator of William H. Brown, deceased. Crites, Addie J., administratrix of Bennett Crites, deceased. Caldwell, J. Frank, guardia...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 16 May 1907

The Jack Herald Advertising Bring Succeas WEATHER FORECAST 5 )o 16th, pleasant: 1 7-19, warm J" and cloudy; 20th, stormy; "J Judiciously Done! the HERAL C suits. HERALD Clvea Beat Re- Price la Reasonable. 21-22. rain; 23d, pleasant, ,v AJUUULft AJUl AAA A AAA AAAA?" JUULOJUtAJUULBJULftJ Vol. X J.ickson, Missouri, Thursday, May 16, 1907. No. 27 5T5 SttSSBooBV B"5 BTTff ffl son THE NAVAL EXHIBIT AT JAMESTOWN, VA. (Hy Ot'o. K Viett.) Forfolk, Va. While not on so tremendous a scale as in the opening weeks the naval display at Jamestown will nevertheless he main tained in an adequate man ner throughout the entire period of the exposition. The United States gov ernment has assigned three ships for duty right off 1 lit irreat pier during the seven months and these will he : eonstantly open for the in-j xpeet ion of visitors. Con sidering that the must pop ular exhibit at the World's l.ir t ('hiea-m u-ms :.n imi- .. ... tation battle ship built on piles in the lake, the reality , ' . , ' , ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 16 May 1907

The Jackson Herald U. F. I.IM4, fnlilialii-r. JACKSON', : : ; MTSSOVRI. Ooid pained by gouglnR Is lost by cheming. Idleness lie llii graveyard of poid Intentions. Con) oil as lira- i.scd as an Ilium Inanl la IS2rt. On tho Tumblgbco river, Alabama, la enough limestone to supply a ce ment plant for lot) years. There are 19 women In the Finnish diet. The chances are that the clo ture rule will soon prevail theie. A professor In Copenhagen univer sity Is nald to chloroform plants. Aft er several days they bud In great pro fusion. A large" Filipino Methodist Episco pal church Is In process of erection In a prominent locality In the city of Manila. It Is recalled that James I'ryce Is one of the very few men who have et foot upon the top of Mount Ararat. This was nearly 30 years ago. The mountain is over lT.Oi'0 feet In height. IMwcfn St. I'etorsburg and Tsars koe Selo there is a special !in with private station at each end, for the exclusive use of the Imperial family. Kvery yard of it is...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 16 May 1907

tl oil Jtl wil anl licl camo with voices a Strang compulsion, wo that they played with her heart be tween thorn. She was In turn the 5011th, pleading In a voice that touched every henrtstiing from low to high; -then she was the woman, soft and timid, hesitating In momenta of de licious doubt, yet almost fearful of her power to resist, half-wishing to be .persuaded, half-frightened lest she yield. Feverishly she followed the heart breaking tragedy to Its close, suffer ing poignantly the grief of each lover, suffering death for each, and feeling her life desolated when the end came. But when the dull curtain shut her bark into her own llttlo world, where Micro was no love like that, and be side the llttlo bent man alio went out Into the night. The next morning had come a further delight, an Invitation to a ball from Brigham. Most of the day was spent in uno of tlio shops, choosing a gon of wondrous beauty, and bav in;; It fitted to her. When she looked Into the little cracked mirror t...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 16 May 1907

Sibley's for pood ice cream soda. Take yo.ir woo to Priest & IVhivns. I'our.u a watch, call at Wal tlier's tailor shop. F. M. Krvin of Whitewater had business in our city Tuesday. Dick Whittakr of Oran was in Jackson, Tuesday. interested in r,.v ril,,!apiKiinted by was in St. Louis a few days this week. Hernhard (lockol Jr. is home and is now a full Hedged drug gist. Don't forget that we do all kinds of joh printmg and do it right. Aiii'thcr car lad of I'urninuv just arrived at l'ivuning Kti'st- IHT 1 ). i . t'o. For fiirniiiirc g- to Hnu-ning iV: K'rstner D.". . . Ileadouar tei's lor low prices. See ihe line cor.l oil lamp at Williams' hardware store. The best on the market. I will do your brick work or build cisterns and take horse or ?ow in pay. A. II. Heall, Jack--son. Mo. ! Geo. Haker is now papering : And painting Pleasant Hill church He says it will be an up-to-date job when completed. ; Bring us your wool in exchange for all kinds of goods at rock bottom prices. Hruening...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 16 May 1907

JA.CKSON, MO., May lit, liio '"ntcrrc Bt Hie pimiitlllf, Ht ,l:ikHnri n- vciiiift-ttlUK main r Novt'tiilirM. IMi Mo. j .j ws: Hoi tine year. . 6ix months . . . I'nree months for the IIkkald are us rni- ( nun u miu iijjiu inuuiu i I wish you would spank that machine. It headed my letter California instead of Colorado, and it made me say there had been only seven days on which the sun had been visible when it i. no should have sain invisrjie. i J imagine that fuel piles are not ! suffering much in Cape county phonkk: j now. Here we continue to have iMd.v. 5 i snow. We have hadconiderable - - - --- - ---- - - show this week, but most of it AliVEKTlsiNo Uatkb: Locals tu- in tVip vjiIIi.vs ha (lisHinipnrpd. II- l. t ...I.... I , .... f... i i 1 ' Itri I I Mi: I'lUTIl I II-, "1 l II J lliiropuiiini Lard per year iiPtit.H 1 iriil r;itfB. iMnriinyari run-) nadc known mi r pplicnt Inn. i there is a chance to boom business, boom it. Do'nt put on a long face and look as though yoii had a stoma...

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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 16 May 1907

litis, n mnrrhnnt of Hnnfskon. "That vrsai'l was tlip Colnra.lo, titid It landed In llotirHi'tis In 1P('.: It was the first day of January, nti'l llifrc was biR crow:l d projOo of nil natlonall His to too Iter, liolne a Ride-wln'i-lor Cf tlip oH fashl'itnv! l; o. plio was a Curiosity. At tlio roqiii ft of Isaac J. l!rn. the American consul p.tioral, tho ship pave an excursion around th Is!mii1 in which the city Is fituatd. I in n:nnn the 1,200 on board. It -as-n pala. day. Whistles blow, people shouted, and numerous rniu!l salHiiR fconts and tugs escorted us. "As I remember now, the vessel be longed to Iho raclflc Mail l.lne and Balled from Ran Pranclscn. She made the trip of S.OOO miles In 30 days, nnd hen she. arrived was In perfect trim and pood older. Kverybody reallr.i't' that it means the liKiiin.ir:R of tht Krcat development of the l'aciiK'." j Ths Estimable Family. "npynolds." said Millionaire, Panics to his valet, "po 'round to tho bouso ef that little girl whom I ran down ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 16 May 1907

HOLDER FOR UNRULY EWES. Devlco Which Will Prove Convenient at Lambing Time. Wo hnvn a plan for making a hnndy farm device for the holiling of unruly ewes during lambing time, which we thinlc will bo of Interest to others, writes a correspondent of Prairie Far mer. This holder In used by ub for hold ing Ktul.born pwr. Vv'e hud a cou ple of very Ftuhhorn ewes last winter which would not own their lambs. We wanted to gave tho lambs, as they were very fine onus and wo resorted to holding the ewes, but as this took considerable of our time we devised a holder which holds a sheep far more securely than two men can by band. We can plnre "we securely In this holder and go about doing other chores and the laubs will take cara Rack for Nervous Ewes. cf themselves. This holder might be very valuable to any farmer who has stubborn ewes. We would especially recommend Its u?e In small thicks. We saved all of our lambs last win ter, which was quite a task, as they were born early in the winter whe...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 16 May 1907

X0T1CK TO CONTKACT OUS STRKKT IM PKOVKMKXTS. Notice is lierv'ty given Unit sealed rnj)osals will he received ly the uinU-r-fciirned City Clerk if theeity of Jackson, until Monday, June I!, 1 DOT ai (i o'clock . m. for cui'hint;, fruttorini; and paving hoth sides of Florence street as follows: On the north side between Hope street and Third East City in double the amount list it with me, no cost to you if "t hid hwl "uiv. vvnc in nuu ovc iiic WANTED. Person to travel and collect in l'he riwht to reject any or tjnce as I have inquiries every home territory. weekly 8aary tin Have a number of farm and town lots not here listed. List your land with me. all bids is reserved by Hoard of Alderman. Dated at Jackson, Mo., ",is '"""'Lir'iWatch this Column Each Countv Clerk. of $1,072 per year and expenses. Address Joseph Alexander, Jackson, Mo. REAL ESTATE BARGAINS Week (or Bargains. ilTi -c in William Itnlhltn, wnt from the j FOR SLAK.-Kifty or one ! hundred aires of fine land just j west of ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 23 May 1907

The Jackson Herald rrrrrrB-rrrrirrrrrrjTnr WEATHER FORECAST 5 23-24. plaaaantl 20-28- Advertising Brine Suooes If Judloloualy Donai tha HERALD Olvaa Baat Ra- )o cloudy I 27, atormyt 28-20 "J ralm 30 and 31, fair. 2 aulta. Prloa la Raaaonabla. UULtAJLft.AAgJLa-fl-B.A8 g.OJLfti Vol. X Jackson, Missouri, Thursday, May 23, 1907. No. 28 r wsm i nnrr i s s rvrvm PRISONERS ESCAPE IN DUNKLIN COUNTY Four prisoners escaped fr the Dunklin county jail Tuesday night, or early Wednsday morn ing, May 15. They were Thomas Walker of Bernie, under a sen tence of three years for forging a note and selling it to a Maiden bank; George Kinzley, in jail for resisting an officer, whipping his wife and running off from a jail sentece when a trusty; Charles E. Tubbs of Gibson, servnig a jail sentence for assault; Tom Brannum, serving a ail sentence for shooting at his neighbor in the South part of the county. According to Will Boss and Guy Knight, two prisoners who would not go out with the others led by Kin...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 23 May 1907

The Jackson Herald U. r. I.l.Mv, l'nlillli.r. Jackson, : : : mis.souki. PJiiglneer Gocthals must be busy canal digging. 1m any event be taat doing much talkiug. Experience lu the I'nltod Staioa hag -diown that It la a groat deal more 4anprout to rob a train than it Is to teal a railroad. The itwt girl graduate la begin ning now to think about her valedic tory. The graduation costume was i-ttlod long ago. An Evsnston woman is surh a per latent borrower of trouble that sho la unl)(iii now because Bhe never feels weil In hot weather. Due reason why earthquakes are more destructive now than they were 00 years ago Is that there are more itg citlea to shake down. Fort ldgo girls are laking des perate risks when they beeonie the wives of men who marry merely to void paying that bachelor tax. The onslitulion of Oklahoma, If yrlnted n book firm, would be about .lie nil a of the average mm 1, but most people would rather read tho lloNcl. "hoes "golf destroy friendship?" asks a correspondent o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 23 May 1907

dDRI DOE MMS A tale of the: OLD west M-WJ- II AIiIbYI frMllll Cl AUTHOR OF CHAPTER XXVII Continued. Bhe looked up at him, embarrassed, and stepped back across tbo narrow .trail, her head down again, so that he was free to pass. But InBtead of pass ing, sho became aware that he had dismounted. When she looked up, he was bUBlly engaged In adjusting something about his saddle, with an expression of deep est concern In his blue eyes. Ills hat was on the ground and his yellow hair glistened where the band bad pronged It about his head. "It's that latlgo strap," ho remarked, in a tono of some annoyance. "I've had to tix It every five miles since I left Kanab!" Then looking up at her wllh a friendly smile: "Dandy most topped on you, I reckon.' The amazement of It was that, after her first flurry at the Bound of his voice and his half-seen movements up the trail. It should now seem all so -commonplace. Oil, no, I was well out of his way." Hlie started again to cross the trail, stopping quic...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 23 May 1907

Jackson - Herald HF.ITIU.H'AN IN TOUTUS. B. K. U'S'K. I'lUUSIIKIt JACKSON. Mil.. M;i J.!. 1H07. Kntprrt: lit the pDMofllr - senml-i'lrts nitilttT Nr ill ,l:ii-ksi)Tt. '.mliiT 4. 1MT Terms fur t ho lows: For one year. . . . 6lx jiiont lis Three months . . IIf.hai.u .ire ;is foi- 1.00 50 ;to A PESKY GROWLER NOT DESIRABLE CITIZEN OiTaisonally one vi 1 hear the remark, "I wish I was out of this town, " and one feels like sayinj?, "I wish you were," lor a man who stands on the street corners chewing and spittnig, telling obscene stories, cursing the town, finding fault with his grand mother because she was a woman, claiming that the mer chants are a lot of thieves, that the lawyers and newspaper men would skin a man to a finish, AnvK.KTisiNo Uatk.s: Locals lie . ami a whole lot more, is a nuisnce per lino .-noli minion. Professional ' n;J an abmintion. Any town Cart! 5 ior yenr. L'k;iI Advertise- . mentH It-frul rntex. I nsjuny au rnirs pesiei eti v mi one or more such omre . PIIONKI: US...

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