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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 20 June 1907

The Jackson Herald Advertising Brines Success If Judiciously Done; the HERALD dives Beet Re sults. Prloe le Reasonable. . THE HERALD Prints All the Now for All the People All the Time. Vol. X Jackson, Missouri, Thursday, June 20, 1907 No. 32 Mr. H. C. Kerclier, electrical ex port, Is now Installing our Auto matic Klcctrlcal Vault Protection System, and will be ready to give a public demoimtratlon Sat., June 22, 2:00 to 4:00 p. The vault Is completely lined w ith a double steel, electrical lin ing, and the K.vstem guaranteed to protect our bank from burglars. We are proud of our new Klcc trlcal System, and we want you to see It operate. You will travel n long while le fore you come across iin,Mliii' more intorcsl Iiik: so come without fail and let the expert show you what we have bought for the ben efit and protect inn of our patrons. Ladies especially invited. Cape Girardeau County Savings Bank CORPSE FOUND IN SLOUGH The body of an unidentified man was found Monday in a as lough thr...

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. — 20 June 1907

The Jackson Herald TEMPERANCE LESSON Sands School Lenon lot Junt 30, 1M7 Specialty Prprd for Thii Piper "URBS IN RURE 99 Round About New York JACKSON. MISSOURI Qossip of People and Things in the Great Metropolis By DR. KNOX CALDWELL Fan Francisco needed Ilibles after til lucre thun It did money. A brain storm may be tnly an tin tual number of "thought vibratiDns" Converging Into a vortex. San Salvador has disbanded in army. In other words, the porern ment told the man he might go hum and raise bananas. A Connecticut fisherman claim:) to have seen a red headed devil fish which stood od Its tall and hissed at bim. Too much bait. A Chicago University professor thinks that "Americans are too blood thirsty." Move to amend by excerpt ing the word "blood." Pr. rhtlputt says there are mors food wives than pood husbands, but maybe he Ic oily judging by the vol ume of conversation. To think of their calling that poor .Planish prince "Alfonso Plo C'rlstlno Eduardo!" The boys will probably ciil...

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. — 20 June 1907

TEU(D)R! mf hme- mmw A TALE Or TML OLD WEST (TjBy 1 1 A BUY LEON WIL50N Ti&uSKR5rM CHAPTER XXXIII. k Revelation Concerning the True Or der of Marriage. Whiie matters of theology and eon sangulnlty were being debated !n Box canyon, the little bent man down In the first house to the left, in his strug-,-glo to free himself, was tlKhtonlni; the meshes of his fate about htm. In his harried mlml he had formed one (treat 'resolution. He believed that a reve lation had coma to him. It seemed 4o press upon him as the culmination -of all the days of his distress, lie could see now that ho had felt It years before, when he first met the wife of Elder Tench, the gaunt, gray wom an, tolling along the dusty road: and .-again when ho had found the Imbecile boy turning upon his tormentors. A '.hundred times It had quickened with in him. And It had gained In force steadily, until to-day, when It was overwhelming him. Now that his ilesh was wasted. It seemed that his -spirit could see far. His g...

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. — 20 June 1907

KEl'VBLICAN IN POLITICS. B. F. Ll'SK I'l nusHKii .TACKSON. MO., .hmo JO. 1W Kctprrc m tlir pontnfttrp Rt .U.'KHpn, Mo. u acotiDd-cliiM matter November 4. left. Terms for the Heuald are as tol lows: For one year 11.00 Sli month 50 Tnree months 30 PHONE: 0r Retldrnce APVKR'fifiNo IIatks: Locals 6c per line each insertion. Professional Card 5 pet year. Lepal Advertise ments lepal rates. Displayud rates made known on application. a i that the well only flowed 35 gallons a minute. As for us we hope Phillips missed it and that the present test is right, and that the well will give us plenty of water. We are no stickler for either well or creek water, either will do us. Well water prefered if we can get it, but if it can not be gotten in sufficient quantities then let it come from the creek. Some say that the well water has some sort of mineral in it, but it may not hurt it for use. Country life has its drawbacks, but it has its great advantages which overcome them. True, those who live in...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 20 June 1907

Local News Wheat 82 cents to-day. Mill 'B" is closed down for repairs. County Court was in session Monday. C. H. Wolters sold another buggy Monday. Dr. C. V. Alsop has purchased an electric bicycle. For fine chocolate candy go to Trckey's drug store. Stationary and souvenir cards at Trickey's drug store. The revival meeting here will close next Sunday night For summer dress goods see Hoffmeister & Heinberg. E. G. Sibley made a business trip to Arkansas last week. The big revival meeting at the Cape closed last Sunday. Henry Loves, of near Jackson died at his home fast Sunday. You can do better on groceries at HolTmeister & Heinberg's. Look for the ad of Cosrgove and Winston in next issue. For ice cream and ice cream eoda call at Trickey's drugstore. The place to get a . good suit cheap is Homeister & Heinberg's. For all kinds of machine repair go to the Jackson machine shop. E. H. McLard. of New Wells, had buisness in our ity Tues day. Harvest is now here. A great deal o...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 20 June 1907

WON FURLOUGH FOR JEEMS. Artlet. Appeal That Touched Heart of Jefferson Davit. the Humor lightens everything, even (rim war. Jefferson Davis, with all the weight of a losing cause on his shoulders, could yet spare time to ap preciate and respond to an artless ap peal. The Inrldrnt Is related by ("apt. Sutherland. Among the numerous pa pert received by the confederate pres ident, the following turned up one day: "Pear Mr. President f want yon to let Jeema C. of Co. onlh, 6th South Carolina Regiment, come homo and net married, deem Is wlllln', but Jeems t'apt'ln he ain't willin'. Now when we all are willin' 'eept Jeema Capt'ln. I think you might let up and let Jeems come. I'll make him go straight back when he's done got mar ried and Hunt hard as ever. "Your affectionate friend," and so forth. Mrs. Davis, tolling the story, adds that Mr. Davis wrote his directions In regard to the matter on the back of the letter. They were: "Lot Jeems go." 'Youth's Compan ion. CHOICE OF TWO EVILS. Req...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 20 June 1907

MT5CULTIJRE MARKING ROWS. Unique Method Followed by an Ohio Gardener. The old saying, "More crops grow In crooked than in straight row," may find favor with some growers, but celery growers get beet result from straight rows. Straight rows look more workmanlike and In culrl rating, blanching, and harvesting straight celery rows are necessity. To enable one man to mark out iitralght rows In the quickest possible vry, we stretch two strong cotton Unes, which costs us about 25 tents apiece, where the first two rows are to ts. say three feet apart. From a garden drill we remove all the seeding attachments and run the drill wheels over the first line from a to a. Hefore running back on sec ond line (b to b) we put the stake of line one from a to c. When we ar- Diagram for Marking Rows. rive at b, stake of line one Is moved from a to c, which puts the line In position for marking the third row. Before running the wheel on tho tMrd row from c to c, stake of line two at b Is moved to d.' Wh...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 20 June 1907

Southeast Notes There is talk of a $20,000 opera house at Sikeston. Jackson needs an opera house. John Murill, of St. Louis, bought 1600 acres in Madison county for a St. Louis company. The company will prospect for lead. This week's issue of the Dexter Messenger is edited by the ladies of the Methoidst Aid Society of that place and the entire proceeds of that issue will go for benevolent purposes. There are 1,0000 weekly news papers in the United States with a combind circulation of 31,000, 000 and there are 2,200 dailies with a combined circulation of 15,000, (K0. Charles Goza, 23 years old, commited suicide at Advance Monday morning by shooting himself in the head with a re volver. Despondency over love affairs is said to le the cause of the rash act. A C'hatauiua wll be held at the Cape in September. The organ ization has been capitalized with .$5000. $3000 of the stock was taken by about 12 of the Cape's buisness men and the rest will be raised in small amounts. New Madrid coun...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 27 June 1907

The Jackson Herald Advertising Bring Success If Judiciously Donsi the HERALD Gives Best Re sults. Price Is Reasonable. WEATHER REPORT June 27 and 28 pleasant: 29 and 30 warms July 1 and 2 hot and sultry: 3 to 4 cloudy, rains Vol. X Jackson, Missouri, Thursday, June 27, 1907 No. 33 PROMINENT COUPLE HAPPILY WEDDED Miss O. E. Byid Formerly of i Jackson a June Bride Married in Texas The marriage of Miss Olga Evelyn Byrd to Mr. Bates Holland McFarland, which oc cured at the home of the bride's parents, 503 Guenther St,, San Antonio, Texas, was the cul mination of a very romantic court ship.' The wedding was such as we may imagine one in old ante bellum days, one possible in our beloved Southland where the per fume of the jassamin and mag nola, the blue sky, the balmy air and the rich voice of the mocking bird lend their charms to make scuh an event more like a fairy dream than reality. The dec orations in the home were beauti ful. The hand of the decorator was most lavish in carrying out...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 27 June 1907

The Jackson Herald B. P. I.lK, 1-ubllakrr. JACKSON. MISSOCItL Apparently Howard flould tnolr. few lossonfc from Honi ilo Castellane. Prof. Stair fIhuiM have more re sect for old ago than to question Ma thuselah's yenrs. Doubtless the pulf strrmn Is havtn? harmful Influence on the climate of Nebraska by rtfin-lng to flow up tl Mississippi ami Missouri rivers. A Faola (Kan.) man recently eloped with two girls. It stems as If people will never pet over the foolish prac tice of loading themselves with trou ble. The North Adams Transcript contin ues to take n cheerful view of life. "Whatever else may be said about It." it says, "this Ib great weather foi grass " A good many will sympathize with the young married couple out in Dor chester who started a ejection of souvenir postal cards In a flat, and now have to hire n whole houBe. "Uncle Tom's Cabin," without Ice and sans bloodhounds. Is being pro duced at a New York roof garden. New York people have been so badly treat ed by the Ice tru...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 27 June 1907

HEALTH NOTES FOR JUNE. TARIFF IS NULLIFIED uwu IDEA FOR MATCHES. V' I ii ' my- -i:::!::::::i-j:j::i:;?:- , Ml 4 V BE. Spring Catarrh It a well de fined Spring disease. The usual ay mptomt are given above. A Bottle of Pe-m-na taken In lime will promptly arrest the course of the disease known as Spring Catarrh. "6 in HO' ir. Paint Buyi Mads Safe White Lead and Lind Oil need r armament, no advertising to maintain tiem selves a the best and most economic al paint yet known to man. Thediflicultyhaa been for the buyer to be always sure of the purity of the white lead and oil. We have registered the trade mark of the Dutch Boy painter to 1 the final proof of quality, gen uineness and purity to paint buyers everywhere. When this trade mark appears on the keg, you can be sure that the contents is Pure White Lead made by the Old Dutch Process. SEND FOR BOOK A T.Ik on p.lnt. gl.i valn.M. Intone, tiua u& Uio paiat aubjvet. a ru upou maiMM. NATIONAL LEAD COMPANY in fi-fc.fr of ffc fotlnvf. i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 27 June 1907

Jackson Herald KKl'UHI.lCAN IN I-OLITK'S. 11 F. LCSK. . I'vulimiei: Jackson, mo.. June iwt. Knterec at the pontonVe at Jackson. Mo. a cond-cla matter November 4. lHvT. Terms for tho Hehald are as fol lows: For one year l.oo 81i months Three months 30 mom: Kenldet.ee 1,2 Advertising Rates: Loculs fic per line ouch insertion. Professional Card 5 per year. Lefral Advertise Bent letral rates. 1 isplay ad rates made known on application. Beautify your own property all vou can, then do all you can to beautify your streets. Be friendly with everybody and courteous to strangers. Your own civility will help make good impressions and will be carried away and cherished. It is an every day occurance to get notice at this office to change addresses of our paper from one postoffke to another, which is easily done when the patrons give their old addresses, which we hope they -will dohere- after when asking to change. Yes. we have quit the clubbing business. If the Herald is not worth what we ask f...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 27 June 1907

) Supplement to THE JACKSON HERALD JACKSON, MISSOURI WORK OF "HORSE BISHOP" Fiendish Cruelty Practiced on Help lest Animals by Men Eager for Paltry Gain. Agents for those ewetics that try, with more or less success, to prevent cruelty to nnimulu, learn many odd secrets. They know, for instance, what a horse bishop is. "There are two horse bishops I liavc my eye on now," said an S. V. C. A. agent recently, "and I hope to land both of them soon. Theirs is a nefariously cruel trade. A horse bishop fakes horses' teeth, fakes them so well he can deceive a dealer. You know how dealers look to the teeth for the animal's age? Well, the bishop makes old teeth appear young. "lie does it with a file and a hot iron. With the file he grinds nil the long teeth short. With the hot iron he burns into the tooth edges those jawlike indentations peculiar alike to young horses and to children. "Such work is not only illegal it is hideously cruel." Exchange. HE ACTUALLY DID. Kvrlyn What caused you to br...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 27 June 1907

TIME A TALE OF THE OLD WEST CjK llMRY LEON CHAPTER XXXIV. Continued. But Prudence was not there, and lie wondered with dismay If she had Joined the rest of the village and gone out to nieet the prophet. He had eeen the last of them going along the dusty road to the north, men and women and little children, hot, ex citid, and eager. It did not seem like her to be among them, and yet ex cept for those before him working about the bowery, and a few mothers with children In arms, the town was apparently deserted. Put even as he waited he heard the winding alarm of a bugle, and saw a scurrying of barks In the dusty haze far up the road The Wild Ram of the .Mountains gave n few hurried commands for the very final touches, railed off his force from the now complete bowery, and a Rolitary Gentile was for the moment left to greet the oncoming procession. Presently, however .from the dark Interiors of the log houses came the mothers with babies, a few aged sires too feeble for the march, and ...

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. — 27 June 1907

Local News Order a case of fine soda water delivered at your home. E. Milde Bottling Works. Otto Vogt, barber at HofT meister's shop, has resigned his place and accepted a position at the Cape. The time for lawns has come, you will find a nice line at a low price at Hoffmeitaer & Hein berg's. Mrs. Robert Reid and Mrs. O. S. Reid were visiting their Wheat 82 cent to-day. R. M. McCombs went to St. Louis Monday. Wanted, a load of wood. Apply at this office. Born to Robert Reid and wife last week, a fine boy. For fine chocolate candy go to Trckey's drug store. There will be a church picnic ; nflrenta their resnective homes at Pocahontas next Saturday. week Stationary and souvenir cards Remember the best line of at Trickey's drug store. ) shoes and oxfords for the least A special term of the circuit money at Hoffmeister & court,was held piere Tuesday. Heinberg's. For summer dress goods see Born, last week to Adolph Hoffmeister & Heinberg. ! Schwach near Jackson, a ten Judge J...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 27 June 1907

THE NEW LAW ON HANGING IN MISSOURI If you are drawn on a jury to try a person accused of murder, you will in the future have the option of consenting to a verdict of life imprisonment instead of hanging, in every case. This is because the recent Legislature has passed a law giving juries this option. Of course those who are in favor of capital punishment will condemn such a change in the method of dealing with murderers. They will ioint to the fact that in Iowa, where the death penalty was abolished several years ago, murder increased greatly, and the Legislature recently enacted a death penalty law, giving that as a reason. But those who are opposed to capital punishment have as good an argument for their view, in the fact that the experience of the State of Maine has been just the reverse of that of Iowa. The re-enactment of the death pentaly in Maine was followed by a large increase in the number of murders, seemingly showing that the fear of capital punish ment has little or not...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 27 June 1907

OLD PRINTER SETTLED DOWN Phonex, Ariz. "Muskogee Red" has returned to his first love. The break-beam advertise ment for a live town blew in from Oklahoma City recently. During the day he visited many churches will co-operate, the SHOPPING day is not distant when the sick will be healed, the poor evangelized, the hungry fed; men will cease to regard life cheaper than dividens, and they you can easily adjust it with ! vour local dealer. We insist THROUGH MAIL that the quality of the goods .bought at home is invariably I better than those bought in Everybody knows about the Chicago. You are all opposed will be found protecting work- catalogue houses and other big to trusts, why help in building ingmenfrom the deadly mach-! establishments which advertise ( them up? That is just what, inery, children from the death to do a mail-order business. The you are doing by sending to factories, and their competi-; theory upon which they proceed Chicago for your goods. As long tnr. fmm .tarvntinn ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 27 June 1907

Southeast Notes Dr. J. S. Freeling, one of the oldest and best known physicians of Southeast Missouri, died at Benton June 16th. Dr. Freeling had been in poor health for some months. Louis Houck expects to put on electric cars between the Cape and Jackson in the near future. That will help some. There will be lots more travel and will be a great benefit to both places, as well as the line. Bloomfield Vindicator:-The circuit court did a land office business Monday in taking cofessions of guilt in gambling cases. There were quite a number of them and in each case the penalty was placed at $25 and trimmings. There was only one applicant fur the cadotship at Annapolis to be given by congressman Russell of the 14th district. The examination was held at Cape Girardeau last week and Harry J. Dranes sucessfully passed with an average of over IK) per cent. The Railroad and Warehouse Commissioners held a meeting at Charleston to consult with the melon growers and to see of they could make som...

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

Advertising Bring Suoaaaa If Judlcloualy Doni tha HERALD Olvaa Beat Ra ulta. Prloa la Raaaonabla. Tee J&ctaHa Herai- ;ypi. x Jackson, Missouri, Thursday; July 4, 1907 at. . tee oraop . 70 itiiiwi OKI Many of tho Good Things She Dmi for tho Small T Cities. ' . While conversing with a news paper man, Theodore Gray, pre -Bident of the International .Tele phone associaton, made the following statement regarding operators of telephone switch boards: ' "I do not believe that there is any one that ranks higher in the American legion of honor than the average night central in the small country town. There is hardly a commission that these women are not called upon to execute. In the country village the night central answers the purpose of patrolman, night caller for trai ns and fire alarm. Not long ago our night central at Atchison, Kan., Mrs. De Hass, acquired the in formtaion that a Missouri Pacific t in had been released by mistake against a limited train a- proaching from an opposit...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 4 July 1907

a i uck 11 i.v ttu aut'iiuni ivi1 V'l '1V (It'll 1 1 I lituTcity. Windows and doors "were closed yry quickly but many had their carpets and doors wet before they could shut out the rain. Many fruit and shade trees were broken off and up-rooted and many peach and other fruit trees heavily loaded with fruit in the hills near the city were blown down or broken otf, in juring the orchards very much. A second story window on the north side of Metz Block, a large new two-story brick, was blown in and much other damage was done in a few minutes. The streets were soon flooded with water and some hail fell, the ditches and creeks soon being fil led with water. Scott County Citizen. Two opposing views of the status of a farmer's wife came out of the middle west. A vague statement in some "woman's column" by a sentimental writer "that it is a fond dream of mine to become a farmer's wife and meander down life's pathway," drew this comment from a coun try edtior: "Oh, yes, that is a nice thing, ...

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