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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 23 May 1907

P LOCALS 3 Wheat 80 cents to-day. Take your wool to Priest & Behrens. Mowers sharpened at the Jack son machen shop. D. H. Halderman of Millerville had business in our city Monday Rev. C. P. Browning bought a fine horse in St. Louis last week. Price paid, $150. W.S. Hitchcock of Neelys Landing had business in Jackson last Saturday. Dr. J. H. Howard, wife and baby was visiing rleatives in Jackosn last Sunday. The Revival meeetng will com mence at the Presbyterian church tomorrow night. Miss Julia McGure who has been attending school in the east ome for the summer. Harry Sutton of Karmington former student of the J. M. A. is attending commencement exrecises of the school this week. The Jackson public schools closed last week but the closing exer cises of the colored school will not be held till May 29th. All who want fish to'stock their ponds or streams" should write to C. H. Oglivie, Cario, 111., or M. Owens Jr. Jackson, Mo. A Mr. Gibbs of Charleston was in our city last week look...

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. — 23 May 1907

cu! strike SUCCEf 3FUL TONIC TREATMENT FOFi INDIGESTION. Or. Williams Pink Pills C:ircd Thla Woman and Have Cured Mciny Hundred-i of Othor Case of Common Ailments Los of appetite, cnatc.l tongue, bad taste iu 1 1 io liimiUi. heavy dull headache and n. dull, sluggi-di fooling -those am the symptom-- of stomach trouble. They indicate that Iho stomach is on a strike; that it is no longer furnisliin to tho Wood the full quotnof nourishment that the body dciimu Is, houee every organ sutlers. There uro two method of treatment, tho olil tf.io ly wluolithe stomnoli is Immure 1 by I he mo tf proiliiTfMod foods nnd artitiriid ferment -t, and the new ona Iiv which tint loinuoli is toue.I up to tlo the work wu: h nature intended nt it. A remit nr. c that of .Mrs bv th. tonic treatment is Mary Stnekixile, of til .ov. ell, Mass. She says: Liberty street. '1 suffered onstnutly tor y. urs lrom ami teriihle backaches slomnoh iron' Mid wns routined to mv bed the irreater part of three year.. I was mu...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 23 May 1907

THE ROAD TO SUCCESS. The youthful Jokenmlth stood In the a turns t presence of the great editor. With trembling fingers he. untied the trlng around his batch of Jokes and laid them on the editor's desk. "I have brought yon some Jokes," he ald, with unsteady voice. "Would you tare to look them over?" "We have no use whatever for new Jokes," replied the editor gruffly, as he turned to other work on his desk. "Hut these," said the young Joke smith, "are not new. Some of them are at least 20 years old." With a cry of Joy the great editor grasped the Jokcsmlth's hand, accept ed Uie Jokes, and handed him a pur five-cent Havana, union made cigar. Milwaukee Sentinel. Deeply Interested. Jinks I would have been run over m Hroadway to-day If it had not been f' r Winks, who waa with mo. He sprang forward and Rhowered blows n the horses' heads with an um brella, Just as the umbrella broke, ihe team stopped, and I was pulled out from beneath the wheels. Hlinks Did the umbrella have a silver hnndl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 23 May 1907

THE AGITATION GROWS. I would like to know who "Bill Simpson" is ,but it probaby does not make any difference, or whoever he is he has hit the cat alogue house just about right. I am furnints these large cities controll everything. I believe we ought to do a little of thi9 con trolling business ourselves. The harvester trust went to work to drive the smaller fellows out of the business and have succeeded so well they have really cornered the entire harvester trade. Then we have our nail trusts, hardware trust sand trusts of all knds: I am not exactly satisfied wth this idea of shipping our cream to the large central creameries where it looks to me like an effort to drie our home creameries out of business and then they will pay us whatever they please for our cream and they will con trol the price of butter as well as the price of cream. There is danger in such things and for one I do not propose to harbor the mail order and cat alogue house trust. It seems to me our home merchants o...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 30 May 1907

on Herald nfvrTnrinrsTrsTrrv s i s 8' s 5 1 in 5 WEATHER FORECAST 3 2 31st. fair; Jund 1 and 2, 3 3 warm and pleasant t 3rd, 3 S stormy; 5 to 6. cold wave. gj CAvrirrwrrirrrifiAJiJiiUUjiJ y, Advertising Brlnv Suooess So If Judiciously Donai th t HERALD Give Beat Re- C suits. Prlfce Is Reasonable. KJLSLZJULSLSUISISLJLSLSISLJLIZJLS.S Vol. X Jackson, Missouri, Thursday, May 30, 1907. No. 29 The Jack s THE GREAT PROSPERITY OF .THE UNITED STATES When the original thirteen colonies banded themselves in a political institution known as the United States, its statesmen realized that a-hard struggle was before them as in every depart ment of commerce the balance of trade was against them in j other words, they were sending more money abroad fir what they ncedod than they were re ceiving from abroad. This con dition has been of vital interest to every new country, and even to sumo who count their ages by the century. When anyone or any community arrives at that period in its experience where ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 30 May 1907

TOE UMMD A TALE Or TML OLD WEST Qy HARRY LEON WILSON CHAPTER XXVIII. Continue.. He had been nil animation And eagerness In the telling of the story, but had now become curiously silent anil listless: so that, although she wus eager with many questions about what lie had said, she did not ask them, waiting to see if he would not talk again. Hut instead of talking, he ;tayed silent and presently began to lidget in his chair. At last he said, "If you'll excuse us. Miss Prudence, your pa and 1 have got a little business mat ter to talk over to-night. I guess we can go down here by the corral and do it." Hut she arose quickly and bade hlra peed night. "I hope 1 fhall see you to morrow," she said. She bent over to kiss her father as she went In. and when she had done so. warned him that be must not sit in the night air. 'Why your face Is actually wet with a rold sweat. You ought to come in at once." "Alter a very little, der.r. Go to bed now and always be a good girl!" "And you've grown s...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 30 May 1907

no k.3s,nqnchurch. Qallclan Peatantt Punlihed for Urv timely Oaculatlon. i Twenty Ruthonlan peasants batons tag to lapas, In Oallcla, have been en lanced to various terms of Imprison ment, from a week to a month, for kissing each other In church. A feud has arisen between two par ties in the town, and the priest preached a sermon In which he urged the peasants to make friends before they came to church again. They took him at his word, and on the fol lowing Sunday the two hostile parties marched tip the church side by side, and kissed the altar. Then they sol emnly shook hands and kissed one an other on both cheeks In the Polish fashion to seal the reconciliation. The kissing scene excltod loud rang titer among the members of the congregation, and the priest prosecut ed the peasants for unseemly conduct In church. The court hole that a tburch Is no place for kissing and found the peasants guilty. Yats University Wealthy. Accordng to the Yale Alumni Week ly, the property of the unive...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 30 May 1907

Jackson 'Herald HF.rUHI.MAN IN 1'OI.ITICS. B. V. Ll'sK.. . rrni.isiiF.it Jackson. Mo., May :to. iw". Kntrri'C nt I lie pi,!.tnllliT in Jm-kmin, Mo. nimml-rlHw nmtifT N'ovomtirr V- dominant, weakness. Let him inquire, "Who is my neighbor?" The man who never makes mistakes misses a jrood many splendid chances to learn some thing. Young people should acquire the habit of correct speaking and writing, andabondon as early as possible any use of slang words and phrases. The longer Offloc" ftr alilrncr. Terms for the Hkkai.p lire asfol- 2 Six munlh........-..--------- .soj you put this on, the more diffi- Three months 10 1 cult the acquirement of correct "- I language will be; and if the I golden age of youth, the proper -1 season for the acquisition of AnvKKTisisct Hatks: I.oi nls nc language, be passed in its abuse, per line .-ni-h iiiMTtl'.'i. Prorcssiniml j t1(? unfortunate victim will most Curd " 1'iT vi nr. I,i-i:il Aclvcrti-r- rut'nts-c'L',irr:ii's. 1 lisjiiiiy ad mi. s probably be ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 30 May 1907

Z v r a i a S L, W W L. Wheat 87 cents to-day. Take your wool to Priest & Behrens. Mowera sharpened at the Jack son machen shop. "Pittsburgh Perfect" atC. W. Henderson's lumber yard. Mesdames M. J. Hays and Nora Gelespieof this city visited relatives in Laflin last week. The widow of the lamented Willam McKinley died at her home in Canton, Ohio, last Sun day. Miss Martha Tumbleson and ' brother, George are visiting their aunt, Mrs. E. G. Sibley of this city. Iist on the streets of Jackson, a ring set with a blood .stone. Kinder please return to this "" oOice. T. D. I lines and Dr. G. W. V'nyard went over t the Cape yesterday. They had business in the Common Pleas court. For the benefit of the squirrel hunter we will say that the new law in regard to killing squirrels docs not go into effect till June 14th, 1()7. The Modern Woodman lodge of this place, Camp No. 45):J3i will observe Woodman Memorial day next Sunday, June 2,atthe court house at 2 p. m. The board of education at the...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 30 May 1907

i EL J 1w J! K nn He iai i i hi liiMM b 1 0,000 b I O (J 4 IS r o r H on ft J- FOR SALE WITHOUT PROFIT H ERE IS YOUR LAST OPPORTUNITY. Don't wait until the good things are gone. We have decided to stay one month longer. We did not sell all the hardware we wanted to on account of the bad weather, so we are going to give' you one more chance to put money in your pocket if you need anything in our line. We are going to close our doors on the .!" ,' , '"TV. 23d DAY OF JUNE So starting this sale on Thursday, the 30th, everything in the house will and must go regardless of cost. Nothing reserved, with the ob ject of making a quick and decided clearance sale. As an example of the way prices will be cut, note the following : Troy Wagons AT THIS SALE $55.00 Avery Cultivators Latest improved, while they last, go at this sale at I Ail of Our High Grade Buggies ami SI UKILS, ;rum the 'oca I manufacturers in the United States, at this sale choice for Wo also Chrajx-r ftiiulfs $65.00 f You Need A...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 30 May 1907

NEW PRIMARY LAW FOR MISSOURI VOTERS election law that may interest our readers: alphabetically, under the appropriate title of each office and party designation, the names of all candidates to be voted for in the precinct of his county, for whom nomination papers have been filed. Such samnle ballot shall be nrinted unon tinted or colored ' paper, an shall contain no blank endorsements or certificate. . Such clerk shall forthwith submit the ticket of each party to the . . , I county chairman thereof, and mail a copv to each candidate for We give below the principal sections of the new primary whom nomination paperg have been filed with him, as required by :ion law that may interest our readers: . Uhis net. to hi nnstoffiee nd.tress. ns Vivfn in snrh rumination Section 1. Hereafter al candidates for elective offices shall be pRperf and he fiha post a copy of e!R.h sampe halot in a con. nominated by a primary neld in accordance with this act. This spicU0U3 pIace in his o(r,ce. 0nthe te...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 30 May 1907

POWER OF ADVERTISING. When the business men get to gether it is impossible for them to avoid for long the subject of advertising, and on this absorb ing topic manv odd stories are told. Some New York business men wore fishing at Anglesoa. 'I once advertised." said a contractor. " for a donkey engine. I got the very tiling I wanted at a low price, and when I opened the boiler found it filled to the brim with smuggle 1 Havana cigars and Jamaica nun. I sold the odd cargo for :12.". "I." said a num. John Mark, in white linen, "own, as you know, Mark's Medicine Mill, the only factory of its kind in the world. Our daily output is . f.!0.oo(i j, 12". 'v " ) plast-rs and ritl.oOO bottles !' .:.:? ilk ;. i!ov did t his iritmsr,!': i. !..'. .-: irt ". It .--art. i' i ih, ;.!.' 1 was ;.; ;''!; . a : ; - '. ,--' v-.;x ; la.' ' i ':! s ; a r. .ail ;' i: :.i.-h-ng cinpon i a at .-e.e.i d illars a week, ilea's from e!;.',U ti'l six. ' Pretty near sick I was; thoughts of suicide: s mind ou. '.cu ho...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 13 June 1907

The Jackson Herald a( Advertising Brine Suoeaa flf Judloloualy Dona; th HERALD Give Bast Ra 2 THE HERALD j Prints All the Nawa for All fc 3 tha People All 3 o the Time. 3 rr8TnryiYrBTTrB-nfljLfli-a-0 ti aulta. Prloa la Raaaonabla. Vol. X Jackson, Missouri, Thursday, June 13, 1907 No. 3L THE NEWSPAPER A GREAT EDUCATOR "Mr. Dooley" (F. P. Dunne) never wrote a better "Dooley" article than the one he published in a recent number of The American Magazine. This "Dooley" article ia on "The Power of the Press." It is the splendid sane brain of the great American philosopher at his best. After showing whafth' press can do f 'r thim it loves," and "what it can hand to him it don't love," after amusing re ferences to his colleagues, and to Winston Churchill and Roose velt and others, "Mr. Dooley" says: "No, sir, as Hogan says, I care not who makes th' laws or th' money iv a country so long as i run th' presses. Father Kelly was talkin' about it th' other day. 'There ain't anythin' like it an' ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 13 June 1907

Will Live In Paris. Th widow of Colli T. Huntington has tntrmied friends In Washington "tit her run nr I" reside permanently In rnris. With this object In view rhe Is preparing to close her house lu Now York nnd go to the Krenrh cap Itnl. where there will soon bo com plebV, n mansion for lier costing near ly J1.0ii0.000. Mrs. Huntington was many ears younger thnn her great hudmrd, who left hot th-.; bulk of his n;lliio:;s to Jo with as feho might see EL Catarrh Cannot De Cured wl'li T oc I, Arrt.Ii'ATloN-'.a. thrf mnn-'t tractl the nnt "f il.- d.-m.c. atari li I . )it"d .irci'n.M tml ial .-ae. tij in fr.lfr I ire It yi'M nnl.t ukn Ir.ii-ri.; rr-i:.r.l'. ll.i.i Laurili Cure la taken In-ten-. v. ai- I a ta A'r rl ly -n tl.e til n-il and muoou. til-fwiv II t I'i Catarrh C-i re I tvl a Qiiai k n.nlt e!r.e. It ia. i-ri w-r.-t-r I ty nti-'of the lp.t Jiiyli'!aiia In f.l. " -iiurr r.r ) "am niul rotiu'ar rrerr:r'l"ti. It t ri ti-.i p il of tilt l'-.t t- ;i:i- know n. c.initilnf'1 ar'thili,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 13 June 1907

A GOOD WAX PRESS. 8ome Comments and Suggestion on Tmi Method of Rendering Wax. To uso a waBh-boller to melt wax In la sure to rnlsa trouble between a man and bis housekeeper; for a wom an who attempts to wash, using a boiler that has previously been used for wax melting, Is sure to lose her temper If not her religion, for It Is no easy Job to clean one after bolng once coated with wax and slumgtira; and why use a boiler at all when a square box of galvanized Iron is Just as cheap, much better, and can be The Outdoor Furnace for Melting Combs. used on a brick furnace outdoors to gord ndvantr.pe, while a boiler could not? About 30 bricks and two joints of iitrivcplpo will make the fitrnare; nnd when not in uso all can be packed away In some hhed out of sipht. Not over half an hour Is Kmc enough to innke it complete; nnd any one with a town lot has room enough, and there Is no mussing of floors to vex the good woman; and the square tank has ad vantages over the round one of being easie...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 13 June 1907

Jackson Herald uri'i'iii.u Ax in couth 5. t . U'SK . l'lT.I.lMlK.l: time, so if you see an item tret ting away from us please rapture it and deliver it at the office and great shall lie your reward. Jackson, mo., .tune inn:. A farmer writing us from the I far west is certainly a fine speci ! men of a brag, lie says: "This Knit-roc at the i,-tflw t .i -.i.-k. ,ri Mo. j is, indeed, a wonderful country. us vciir.it- -luss mutter Nnvcti. In r t. Mi . ,, -i.xj. .. ... : hvery hamlet is a town, every Term for the Hekai.d art- as n,i-! town a city, every farm a ranch, onovenr ,L00! every barnyard a coral, every Six months so: mound a mountain, and every i nrce tuontiis )U:man a liar. r, phonm: I A boy who calls his mother iu;idnV:::::::::::::::::::::::."::::::::.'m the "old woman," or his father -. . . - "the governor, " is building upon -re? n"h insert fin n Vrowonai , the sand. Do you want to be a -Card f5 per year. Lejral Advertise- power among men? to be a KrlicauraIrRteder? Learn to c...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 13 June 1907

LOCALS a Wheat 87 cents to-day. The County Court meets again next Monday. Everybody come and take part in the spelling match. MissZadie Gladish, of West Jackson has the measles. Chas. Ulrich.of Houck, was in our city on business Monday. Wm. Wessell. Jr., of the Fruit fand Store Company had business in Jackson last week. There will.be a Grand Fourth of July celebration at Burford ville given by the Band boys of that place. Among those who have pro fessed Christ during the revival meetings is our editor friend, F. A. McGuire. We extend to him the, right hand of fellowship and bid him God speed. Arrangements are being made to have Evangelist McConnel of the Cane and Evangelist Walton of this place with a number of their congregations to change pulpits for some day service. Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Cosgrove, Mr. Morton Randol and Miss Mamie Atkins, Dr. Paul Vinyard, and Misses Imogine Vinyard and Carrie Atkins attended the children's day services at Fruit land last Sunday night. The 4th of Ju...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 13 June 1907

The Jackson Herald U. K. I.ISK, ablUhrr. JACKSON, MISSOPRI. In order to balk the muckrakers, the man who gave $1,200,000 to Princeton university concealed bit name. TarU cab horses work only every other day and are fed on the days they work only, not on the days they "rest." A New York woman has been par alyzed while listening at the tele phone. Some 0112 must have cut loose at central for sure. It has been computed fhat there are $2,000,000,000 In gold and jewels at the bottom of the sea on the route between England and India. A marriage epidemic in a Pennsyl vania town threatens to close the chools for lack of teachers who have succumbed to Its ravages. And there Is no amount of theory, educational system of legislation which will keep Cupid from interfering with the bent laid plans of school boards and peda gogical experts. A Frenchman hns invented a pro cess of subjecting oats, wheat, rye and other cereals to currents of hot air, which preserves them from mold. French scientists...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 13 June 1907

v A tale or the: old west Cjay IIADRY LEON toerwcMr CHAPTER XXXI. Continued. When Follett camo riding back that evening ho saw tht I'nidrnre hnd been troubled. Tho candle-light showed sadness In hor dark eyes and la the weighted corners of her mouth. He wi3 moved to take lier In his arms Uiid soothe her os ho had seen moth ers do with Home sorry little phll drcn. Hut Instead of this ho ques tioned her father sharply when their corn-husk mattresses had been put before either side of the fireplace for the night. The little man told him frankly the cause of her grief. There wan something compelling In the other's way of asking questions. When the thing had been made plain, Fol lett looked at li i in Indignantly. "Do you mean to say that you let her go on thinking that about her self ?" "I told her that htr father and jnotlier had been rightly m;i-rlcd." "Didn't Hlie think you were fooling hor In some way?" "I can't bo sure " "She must have, or she wouldn't be sn down In the mouth now. ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 13 June 1907

SOUTHEAST NOTES The Brand iurv at Kennptt condemned the old frame jail at that place. June 14th is flag; day. It will be the one hundred and thirtieth birthday of the old flag;. Last week the lightning; struck the church building at Hillsboro, Mo. No special damage was done. The U. S. District Court allowed James Sawyer, wh was injured some time ago at Central Lead Company's mill at Flat River, $6000 damages. Mississippi county has a board of education made up entirely of women, and the schools of that county measures up to any other county in the state, hence it speaks well ' for the women managers. Judpe Riley's decision that saloon licenses can not be issued i at other than a regular term of court is spreading over the state knocking out saloons in some places and being carried to the higher courts elsewhere. Three $20 bank notes were found to be counterfeit at Poplar Plutr. last week. The man who passed the spurious coin got three drinks at different saloons and tendered the bil...

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