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

FARM FOR SALE 76.77 acres about 8 miles ftast of Jackson, recently purchased from Milton V. Oholson. (iood buildings, good water, good fruit, good land. A nice home. For particulars apply to En. Howard, Agent. HOUSE MOVING If you have a house or barn ..move, call on or write to.. CHAS. VIMYARD R. F. D. No. I Jackson, Mo. Terms reasonable: work satisfactory. Jackson Machine Shop F. B. Whetstine, Prop. Hot water steam fitting, Plumbing' and general repair shop. : : : : ; Orren Wilson ? ATTORNEY AT LAW 5 NOTARY Pt BLIC COLLECTIONS A SPECIALTY UK BIRkRK Al - MISSOURI D. F. SADLER, Resident Dentist, JACKSON, MISSOURI Will visit Daisy second Monnay. Pocaliontas second Tuesflav. Applet on second Wednesday, liordonvllle tliird Monday In each inonth. Iserrtlstry practiced In ah it Irariches. Crowu and bridge Work a .pecialty. Teeth extracted without pain. Examination and consultation free. Office over Jones' drug- store. DR. 6. S. HENDERSON Resident Dentist. Omi-K On South Ilirh St reet over...

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. — 4 July 1907

l.no .50 . ..SO PHosr: Ruidfco 1 AIvektimno Hatkh: Locals c rer iitio each iiiKf-rtton. Professional Card fo per year. Legal Advertise ment Jegal rates. I nspiay ski trips made known (in application. At a recent Revival Governor Vardarrtan of Mississippi profes sed religion. The "Ideal husband" and "ideal wives" are often found without ideas enough between the two for one pood one of either Kind. Girls.it is our opinion that you had better be an old maid than the wife of some worthless man. and there is a great quantity of them in circulation. Honest poverty should be re spected and not scorned. It was in the homes of the lowly that we oftenest find Christ when upon the heart and in our way it can be truthfully said that we meet Him there oftener than elsewhere. Labor is one of the supreme laws of lifu. Toil is honorable. The progress which the world nas made is a glorious testi monial to human handiwork. TViosp who work know more of ' i .1 . i . . . . . ! L whose lives seem dedicat...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 4 July 1907

Local News Wheat 82 cents to-day. And this is the Fourth of July. Ed Kaiser, of Fruitland, was in our city last week. j Mrs. Maggie Finney spent the : fourth in Jackson. For all kinds of machine repair go to the Jackson machine shop. ' Mr. Fred Clippard, of Laflin, had business in our city Mon-i day. , . C. II. Wolter is putting in some new concrete walks, about his store. , Sell your wheat to Ed Kaiser at Fruitland. He pays Jackson prices. Born, to Herman Soehlig and wife of this city Tuesday, a fine girl. Born, to Carl McNeely and wife, of Fruitland, on June 27th, a fine girl. The older daughter of John (. Putz has been quite sick but is getting better. Blucher Sperling is deputy revenue collector again, F. J. Tacke resigning. "M. B. McNeely, of Little Rock, Ark., is visiting relatives here for a few weeks. F. H. Schrader purchased a house and lot near tne depot fo O. B. Kinder Tuesday. ' For sale, a good lot in Morton's addition to Jackson. Apply to W. II. Amnett, Jackosn, Mo. Mr...

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

Tv I ALE OF THE ry IIADRY LEON CHAPTER XXXV-Continued. He was stl'.l uneasy, hesitating, fear ful; but he saw interest here and there In tile faces before hlra. Even Prig ham, though unBeen by the speaker, as looking mildly curious. "You reruomber the revelation that tame to Josph in an early day when there was trouble in raising money to frlnt the Iok of Mormon, "Some revelations fre from God, some from man, and some from the Devil.' Re calling the raany chastenlngs God has put upon us, may we not have failed to test all our other revelations by this one?" Deep witt rn he was angry at him self, for he was not speaking with words of flr as he had meant to; he was feeling shameful cowardice in the presenctt of the Prophet. He had seen himself once more the Lute of the Holy Ghost, strong and moving; but now hs wa a poor, low-spoken, hesi tating rami ler. Nervously he went on, skirting about the edge of his truth as Ion as ho dared, but feeling at last that Tie must plunge Into its icy...

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

WERVOUSCpLLAPSE IS OFTEN PREVENTED BY DR. WILLIAMS' PINK PILLS. . Taken Whan the First Warning Symp toms Are. Noticed Much Needleaa Suffering May Be Saved. , Are yon troubled with pallor, loss of Spirits, wares of hnat pausing orsr the body, shortness of breath after slight exertion, a peculiar skipping of the heart beat, poor digration, cold extremi ties or a feeling of weight and fnllnesR? Do not make tho mistake of thinking that these are dixeaftea in themselves and he satisfied with temporary relief. This is the way the nerves give warn ing that they are breaking down. . It simply means tliist tho blood has become Impure and cannot carry enough nourish ment to tho nerves to keep them healthy and ablo to do their work. . Rest, nlnne, will sometimes VB the needed relief. Tuo tonio treatment by Dr. Williams' Pink Pillit, however, piw Tents the final breakdown of tho nerves and the more serious diseases which follow, beciinso the pills act directly upon tho impure blood, making it r...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 4 July 1907

a at At- I f.4 aUIUVUd IUC loot uamaced nrooertv to the amount of $7000. The Frisco shops will be rebuilt at the Cape. This will be good for the inhabitants of that city. The Dexter Messenger is authority for saying that A. .J Sherwood had a sty on his big toe. Judge Killian will try the case of granting saloon license in vacation, at Ste. Genevieve on a change of venue . G. W. Brewster of North Missouri has purchased the Scott County Citizen of E. E. Lutes. We wish him success with the enterprise. Charleston after so long a time has changed from an ordinary school district to an incorporated district, under the villape school law and now has six drectors instead of three. The St. Louis papers say that there will be 15(H) car loads of i watermelons shipped from Mississippi. Scott and Dunklin count ic. this year, but the peop'e in that section who claim to know think the statement a little exaggerated. Some of the papers say that doctor Kuhn. the late sup erintendent of the Insane As...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 11 July 1907

The Jackson Herald Advertising Bring Success If Judiciously Dona; the HERALD Clves Best Re sults. Price Is Reasonable. Watch for our "Hustling Boy" HeMlves Is your community and when he calls onlvou give him vour subscription to .the Hrralcl. Vol. X Jackson, Missouri, Thursday, July II, 1907 No. 35 STATEMENT ON TOLL ROADS OF CAPE COUNTY H. E. Alexander, Prosecuting Attorney, Says Toll Road Is Illegal A statement from H. E. Alex ander, prosecuting attorney, with reference to the Cape Girardeau & Jackson Gravel Road Company. Having seen in practically all the newspapers of the county, a statement or what might be called a "mandate" from the Cape Girardeau & Jackson Gravel Road Company, in which said company, through its officers and attorneys, has volunteered to enlighten the people of this county with reference to its pretended legal right to continue the illegal collection of toll on the road leading from Cape Girardeau via Jackson to Burford ville, I feel it as a duty to th...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 11 July 1907

Jackson Herald KErVBLH'AN IN rot.ITU. M F. LL'SK . lTHMSHKH .UCKSON. MO.. July 11. 117 KnliTf c t tnf poatpfflr at .tHftieonj Mo. a cond-clme matter Novembvr 4. im. . Terms for the Hkhald are as fob ,ows ti nn V 't one year ' Six months 50 Tlree months Apvkrtisino Ratks: Locals Kc per line each lnnertion. Professional Card 6 per vear. Legal Advertise ments lepal rates. Display ad rates made known on application. factures more poods, sells more merchandise, raises more pro duce, employs more labor, pays more wages, gives more com forts to its people, has more happy and prosperous homes than any nation on earth. THH CONVICT-HIS FAMILY-LAW Rev M. T. Haw of this place preached a good sermon which is found elsehwere in this paper on gambling. Read it and if you are a member of any church either quit gambling or quit the church. We hope the well here has water and plenty of it. As to the medicated water we need none of it. We have plenty of physicians to attend to all ail ments and we hav...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 11 July 1907

Local News Wheat 85 cents to-day. County Court was in session Monday. Miss Midge Kurre is visiting in Jackson. For ice cream soda call at Trickey's drug store. Albert Behrens returned from a visit to Augusta last week. R. B. Oliver, of the Cape, was in town last Saturday. W. J. Misenheimer transacted business here. Monday. Mrs. Emma Camp, of Fulton, Mo., is visiting in our city. For all kinds of machine repair gn to the Jackson machine shop. J. V. Searcy of Whitewater had business in or city, Monday. Mrs. J. H. Byrd, of St. Louis is visiting in our city thsi week. Miss Mary Horrell, of Pasadena,Cal.,is visting in Jack son. Ben Gockel has taken off his hack line between here and the Cape. Miss Irene Bruihlof Fruitland, celebrated the Fourth in Jack son. Miss Grace McLain is visiting relatives in the county this week. Sell your wheat to Ed Kaiser at Fruitland. He pays Jackson prices. For candy, toilet articles and stationary call at Trickey's drug store. You can get stationery and sou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 11 July 1907

f HnMM Al It is well saiil : 'Tin- best securi -lv on earth is earth itself, ami that tin greatest monopoly of tin' future will he! land. 1 his is coin-ceded to In- an uii disputed fart. Then why not look in to the condition of your Laud Titles :ind lie i tret tared for all emcrireitcies by having them Abstracted and Perfected, j Marketable title is what you need. It; you want to sell or convey in mortgage your real estate. Remember .that your own good sense is sufficient protection against Haws in titles, or against being entrapped through the means of in adequate conveyances of land. Un fortunately we sometimes discover, when too late, that unaided good sense is not always an infalliahle guide in matters of law, and that one who relies on it. emplicitly, is in the proper con dition of mind to he made the victim of misplaced confidence. Says Judge Cooley, in the Intro ductory to his excellent addition of Blai-kstone : ".Many a man has lost his all by assuming the sufficiency of his...

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

The Jackson Herald Advertising Bring Success if Judiciously Done; the HERALD Gives Best Re sults. Price l Reasonable. Watch for our "Hustling Boy" He lives Is your community and when he calls on'.you give him your subscription to .the Herald. Vol. X Jackson, Missouri, .Thursday, July 18, 1907 No. 36 I WISHED I HAD A SMALL CAPITAL The above words were recent ly uttered in our hearing by a worthy boy and undoubtedly they are often reiterated by many who are out of employment. ('! have litM' ! all .-:!, v.r -::;; v in;. ;. u i 1 1 -: 1 1 . r::1). ':!' llu' To illillH' l'e I . o l".t I : : ! "OM ll.'.Vr t v !' li.i :'; an t!ii;e thtSO :;!. i. Ml Vull, ;' 1: ar 'Ill i ! d V 11 yon can earn ca.-n. Our men of wealth and in fluence did not start with any cash capital. They went to work with their plow, the hoe, the jack plane or ax, and in time their capital brought them a rich harvest. Ah!' but there's the rub; you don't want to work. You want money on credit so you can play the gentleman,...

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

Local News Wheat is 80 cents. New rye seed at McAtee's. Rev. J. P. Dixon.of Fruitland, was in our city Tuesday. ' A nice rain fell here Sunday night. For a cool ice cream soda or ice eieim stop at W. A. Trickey's New timothy and red top seed at McAtee's. Miss Lillian Armstrong, of Schumcr Springs, is visiting friends in Jackson. New rve, timothy and red top seed at McAtee's. Dr. C. V. Alsop left yesterday for a two week's vacation in the East. Go to McAtee's for new rye, timothy and red top seed. For ice cream and soda water call on V. A. Trickey at Woods' old stand. Miss Grace Sheppard, of Ad vance, is visiting her sister, Mrs. John Sibley. Try a case of our soda, any flavor. E. Milde Bottling Works. Born, to Conrad Schade and wife, of Jackson, last Sunday, a fine girl. S'l;i water delivered to any part of the city. E. Milde Bottl ing Works. Harry Litzelfelner, of Fruit land, is su tiering greatly from blood poisoning. Have you seen the large dis play of beautiful bedroom suts at M...

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

Jackson Herald REPUBLICAN IN roLITICS. ' F. LOSK Publisher JACKSON, MO.. JUlly.fc, 1M7. KottreC t th pottofBce t Jf f Mo a cond-cliu mutter NoYemoer 4. ltT. Terms for the IUmub we anfol lows: Ft one year Six nwnths Three month 1.00 .60 .30 Advertising Ratki Locals 6c per line each insertion. Profeonlonal 'Card6 per year. Leftal Advert Ne .xenU legal rate.. IHp1a.y ad Mfc made known on applicatUAu Hlow dear to our heart i the lld silver dollar, When some kind subscriber presents it to view "Tte liberty head without necktie or collar, A.nd all the strange things that to us sewn so new; The wide spreading eagle, the arrows beJow it, The stars and' the words, with the queer things they tell, The coin of o jr fathers; we're glad that we know it, For scone time or other' twill come in right well. 'The poultry industry is an im portant factor today, and will be&r much etudy, whefuher con ducted as a fiide line r as an xelp.sive occupation. A spirit of exceptional develop ment seems to ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 18 July 1907

1 with Starlight. ( a inecla.l iionk "iifji t!i the nlilen moon, I am ilrctultiii. !. i . In rh ihn.lc croon, Of tlif ila of ni I. while my yoHrnltiir How In a hi!Ioe.i mI!i of the I. nut into! Throui-h t'.e pMr-l t niqlit 1 run see your f u-e 'Neath tie Met. 1m ir w.tb lis mirni of lnce. I cm r.i 1 your i .n, ! i1..1 tr.. ir.itu'e .ive Of 11.,' . lover ! ... :- '' .1 with UNCLE BY By the Way. Even a oda water business ome times lizzies out. Ailvli'p Is cheap hecauso tlie supply It so blK and the demand so small. We never miss the water till the bucket chain luoa!;.-i. The time to wnik Is when yon have a job. Yon run ii. st when you Ret liiv.l. T t: I 1; iintcii loci I GREAT OPPORTUNITY The Twlce-a-Week Republic Now for 50 Cent Per Year. TheTvice-a-Veek REPUBLIC, of St. Louis, has reduced its subs cription price from $1 per year to 50 cents. This is one of the oldest and best semi-weekly newspapers pubilshed in the United States, and at the price of 50 cents per year no one can affo...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 25 July 1907

The Jackson Herald Advertising Brings Success If Judiciously Done; the HERALD Clves Best Re sults. Price Is Reasonable. WEATHER FORECASTS July 26 cloudy and rain; 27 to 29 hot and sultry; 30 to 31 cloudy and stormy:! very hot. Vol. X Jackson. Missouri. Thut day, July 25, 1907 No. 37 COMPANY F GOES TO ST. JOT AUGUST 10 Will Take The Ball Team And Best Athleies Along to Com peteffor Medals Captain Mabrey, of Co. F, N. G. M. is drilling his boys pre paratory to the state encamp ment to be held ten days be ginning August 11th at St. Joe. Company F is one of the best drilled companies of the Sixth battalion and receives favorable mention at every meet. This year there will be a field day and athletic exrceises for state championship. Jackson has a long distance runner, Louie Hoffmann, that should make things interesting in this meet. Hoffmann has four medals for mile runs. Arrangements are being made to take the base ball team of this place along on the trip. The ball team will be under ...

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

STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS AND DISBURSE MENTS OF CITY OF JACKSON, MO. For the Year Commencing July 1, 1906, Ending June 30, 1907, -GENERAL REVENUE FUND. and RECEIPTS Current Taxes Back Taxes ' Dramshop License ' Advalorem Dramshop Tax ' .', '-' " Butcher License -----Barber Insurance " Merchants and Manufacturers' Tax Special Improvement Taxes Billiard and Pool License Huckster " Photographer's License . . Bottling Works " Livery " Peddler Beer Depot Show Int. on Back Taxes and Sp. Imp. Taxes Sale of Cemetery Lots Fines in Police Court Special Imp. Taxes, collected by City Attorney Taxes from Railroad Companies Proceeds City Scales Interest on Deposit Total DISBURSEMENTS REVENUE FUND, For Building and Repairing Streets, Curbing, Guttering Sidewalks. $2435.50 17.20 1920.00 33.60 72.00 28.80 105.60 318.48 1457.19 4.80 5.76 4.80 4.80 28.80 8.64 19.20 14.40 30.79 130.00 65.25 756.27 21.09 316.80 $7,801.02 Work on Streets tering Oct. 1 Hy Borglield " " F. Schuessler " " F. Dormeyer " "John Bu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 25 July 1907

rv D1SBURSEIMENTS WATER AND JJIGHT1FUND. Aug 6 St. L. I. M..& S.l Ry.-Co. Damages for WelbS.ight juror xees J .R. Hoffmann Hy Gackel ,, Wm. IBruening C. W. 'Henderson Wm. Wagner Hiram 5'hillipt .. IFHorenoe Brooks EoLignaariiig Record. Aflvertising Eiinaaring News ,, . K. Kis , , , , Taylor-itturton Constr. Go, Sept 11 Penn. lDrillingtCo. Dec 3 City Transfer Co. 3 St. I J. 3SL & s. aiy..uo. lo Penn. DriBing Co. Services Council Eaiginwr. Lot for Tank Site Rock Part pay Drilling Well . Hauling Pipe Freight on Pipe jBal. Drilling Well Pipe for Well '.Testing Well Sup. for Testing W.eil 4oo.oo 2.oo 2.oo Zoo 2.oo 2.oo 578.11 4oo.oo 2.6o 3.oo 1.5o 17.o5 997.80 3.75 4o.57 18o5.oo 291.1o 60.00 65. 80 '.Work . . t F'reight on Supplies Ex. Trip to SL Louis Services Consut Eng. Freight on Pipe .Building Foundation Work Testing Well Supplies ,, .. . Work 5.oo 5.oo 3.25 04.00 :2K5.oo 5.oo .72.00 15;25 63.3 :2.o 1.5o Work at Air Compress- .25.o Well Supplies for Well Work fteprs. Well Ha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 25 July 1907

Local News Wonderful Wheat is 2 t-onts. Many now houses pointr up in our city. Circuit Clork J. E. Schnnike is in our city this week. The buisness interests in .lack- son are netting better. For a cool ice cream soda or ice cream stop at W. A. Trickey's Go to McAtee's for new rye, timothy and red top seed. Mr. Sam Tuttle and family of Nebraska have moved to Jack- son. For ice cream and soda water call on V. A. Trickey at Woods' old stand. Try a case of our soda, any flavor. E. Milde Bottling Works. Miss Sebastian.of the Cape, is visiting Miss Lenora Kerstner in Jackson. Soda water delivered to any part of the city. E. Milde Bottl ing Works. Miss Bessie Moss, of Mt. Ver non, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Anderson. No body in Jackson that wants work and is worth employing is out of a job. T. C. Moss, and wife of Mount Vernon, Ills., is visiting relatives in this city. Miss Katheryne Snider, of Fredericktown. is visiting rel atives in Jackson. Miss Nelle Kruger, of the Cape is visitine ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 25 July 1907

SUPPLEMENT TO The Jackson Herald Vol. X. Jackson, Missouri, July 2o, 1907. No. 37 COLORED PEOPLE MET IN ST. LOUIS rt i come weeKs ago a can was made by Bishop Abraham Grant to the negroes of Missouri Then later, Rev. J. R. Hopkins of the A. .M. E. church of this place called the people together and stated the object of the call A delegate in the person of William Brooks was chosen to the Negro Solemn Conclave which assembled in Central Baptist church, July loth and closed in St. Paul A. M. E, church, July 12th in St. Louis, This was an orderly gathering of representatives of the race, There were one hundred and seventy-three delegates re presenting at least sixty counties. The negroes of Jackson did their duty in response to the call Many contriDuteu to mace it a success. Southeast Mo. will have not less than nine-two delegates next year at the Negro Con stitutional League which meets in Kansas City. Prof. Hicks of Poplar Bluff was elected member of the Executive committee and Wm. B...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 25 July 1907

FINAL SETTLEMENT NDTIC'K. Notice hereby given to creditor and all others Interested, that, I. the undersigned Administrator of the es tateof William Hector, deceased, will make final settlement of Raid en tate at the i next term ot the probate court of Cape Girardeau county, to be held hi the court-house in the city of Jackson in snid county, commencing Mondav. August 12, 1!M)7. J. E. .loXES. Administrator de bonis noti. FINAL SETTLEMENT NuTlt'H. Notice is hereby given to creditors and all others interested, that I, t he undersigned, executor of the estate of Jefferson V Limb iugh. dec a-ed,will make final settlement of said estate at the next term of i tie probate court of Cape Girardeau county, to be li.nl at the court house in the City of Jack son, in said count r. commencing Mon day, August VI. l'(R)7. Ann ik M. LiMRAt'oii, Administ r.itor. Executor's Nottce. N'ot Ice Is hereby given that letters testamentary upo"n the estate of Wil liam Kgglmann, deceased, have leen grant eel t...

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