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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 1 August 1907

The Jackson Herald Advertising Brings Success If Judiciously Done; the HERALD Gives Best Re sults. Price Is Reasonable. WEATHER FORECASTS August 2 and 3 hot and sultry; 4 to 6 pleasant; 7 stormy 8 hot and sultry. Vol. X Jackson, Missouri, Thursday, August I, 1907. No. 38 REV. M. T. HAW AS A POWERFUL EVANGELIST Addresses 800 at Revival Held In Tent at Snider, Texas The meeting under the large tent continues with increased power and interest. Rev. Haw f St. Louis Conference, who is assisting the pastor, Rev. Joseph 15. Dodson, captivated his hear ers at the very opening of the meeting and his appeals for workers in the meeting met with a ready response from the mem bers of all the congregations of the city, as is usually the case when the battle is to be pitched against the host of darkness. There is room under the large tent for many people and all are invited to assist as well as share in the good work that is being done. To an s'udience variously csti- ltviti.d :i! iViiiii (Mil to ...

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. — 1 August 1907

Jackson Herald KEfUilLICAN IN POLITIC. 1? V. LUSK . l'VltUSltKU JACKSON, MO., August 1. Knterec Ht llio postotlVr Rt .lii'kun, Mo a icond-i.'ln!ii mutter Nnvenibi-r 4. lv.i,. Terms for the Heiiald are as fil Imvs: Vor one year ;!! Six months Three months 10 Apvektisino Katks: Loenls fie per line eneli insertion, Professional Card fo per yenr. Lepal AdvertNe ntents legal rates. Display ad rates made known on application. Ltwk at the date on your paper and two months from the date you find stamped on the margin your paper will stop unless you let us know you want it to con tinue. Each year the poultry business is becoming more lucrative in the community. The old hen is getting worth her weight in gold. The world's greatest men grew upward from the lower classes, while the world's meanest men grew downward from the upper class. Verse 21. chapter 7. of Ezra, has all the letters of the alphabet except "J." Just brush the dust off your Bible and see if this is not true. It has been said t...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 1 August 1907

Southeast Notes .Auntie. "Dos tor, what is the wtter with ray boy?" Doctor. '4t isnly a ewrsurt i fied exesues artitpasmo ulicality cminatinjf from, the Kurt of the animal refrigerator, producing a proline soa-ce of .tcssetabiiily .'m the pericnincial topidremas the mental jrofujwi;ty. Auntie. "That' what I told built in front of the Martin drug store and bank have en hanced .the value of those prop erties several hundred dollars. East Prairie Eag!e. An Illine is editor retired from journalism and to's "good-bye" is chronicled in -.the following language: The undersigned re tires from ithe paper with the conviction .that all is vanity. From the .hour his paper was started to the present time he has bewi solicited tolie on every 1 given subject, nd can't remem ber haviriir ttold a wholesome The Southeast Missouri log rolling .Association of the AL W. Uruth .out diminishing his . . .i I 1 A. will noia r-neir snnuai u u-nhscrintion 1 at or making an rolling -at the Dexfrr Chaut auqua A...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 1 August 1907

Local News Wheat is Sl2 cents. A merry-KO-rouml is cominjr. Mr. J. O. Helnier has moved to the Cape. Mrs. K. ft. Sibley visited the Cape yesterday. Smith MeFarland moved the Cape last week. Miss Grace Yinyard was visit ing in the Cape last week. Hazel Horn of this city is visit ing in the Cape this eck. For Sale Scholarship in Se- j Helen McCombs gave a picnic dalia Business College. Apply j to her little friends on the beau at this olliee. tiful lawn at her residence last There is talk of a new city Friday. About 18 or 20 little transfer company being organ- people, ranging from the age of ized in our city. !,r to 1 years gathered there and Mr. C. Li x moved from Jack-i h.a(l a f'ne V15 and enied in to Elgin Morgan, of Cairo, 111.. is'stock f " n-to-date furnture Tisiting his parents of this city. js what you want For a cool ice cream soda or ice ; WANTED Two or three cream stop at W. A. Tnckey s boarders by day or week. Mrs. Wanted -A girl to do general y. p. Sawyer. Jackson, Mo. ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 8 August 1907

The Jackson Herald Advertising Brines Sucoesa If Judiciously Dona; the HERALD Gives Best Re sults. Price Is Reasonable. sent to this office will secure you the newsiest paper publlshen In the county a whole year The Herald. Vol. X Jackson, Missouri, Thursday, August 8, 1907. No. 39 THE STORK APPEARED IN TWO HOMES OF JACKSON Mr. and Mrs. Albert Sheppard, Boy; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mills, Girl On last Wednesday there was born in our city ' two new cit izens. About 6 o'clock on the evening of that day a fine boy arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Sheppard and about !) o'clock the same evening a fine girl came to live with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mills. Thus Jackson has two new citizens "f which we are proud, and so is Abert and Henry. WHAT THE UNITED STATES NEEDS What America needs more than railway extension, and West ern irrigation, and a low tariff, and a bigger wheat crop, and a merchant marine, and a new navy, is a'revival of piety, the kind mother and father used to have piety th...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 8 August 1907

ME PUR MID-SUMWER Sffi UNCLE BY Mind Meandering. Mont peoplo nre Rlad they do not Save to associate with their ancestor Few great men have great sons. Th handicap of holns the offspthiR of oted parent la usually too great to vercome. A Kansas City lee man started with 1600 capital and In 12 months made 145,000. I refrain from asking. "How would yon like to be the tee man?" Cluhs and sick friends who need RUng up with, are two strenuous problems of evil that must tie settled by the women themselves. They must never expect help from the husbands who enjoy these liberties. Many a man will go to Heaven on Starts Saturday, August I Oth and doses Saturday, August 24th. This sale is for cash or produce.. We wilt pay highest market prices for produce during;this sale. Starlight. tn a vine-dud nook 'ninth the golden nu.on, t am ilreiiinlng. clear, In a rhythmic croon. Of tlio dnys of old. whllo my yearnings flow In a hallowed j;i t li of the long ago! Through the stur-U night I can seo your ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 8 August 1907

TACTS CONCERNING THE flUILORDEMUSINESS 'I'AddrroH delivered by Uroi J. Rchulte of tha Itier-Htte Grocer, )u IIhiuIh, at Uie meeting of the Hlnioiurli rVe Annoclif lUonJianeAandVI .If I were to.ittemptito cover every phaze of the , relationship .of .tna country press to. the mail order husiness,I ..am afraid the length, of jny, remarks would go down in history as one oof the longest talks ever . made tdue to the fact thc.t them is so much to be said on. the subject. To my mind, ntfhng is . more vital to the prosperty of our .country districts .tJtan . the . sup presson of what .1 .might titerm Jthe mail ordv evil.cnd to check .its growth the country press must, wake up to a.ra)izatioy of the danger ahead. Jt isamfortuuata tJb&t the coun try weeklies, except jn a few dkultory instances, have given nu-attention .to this juestioiR, yel it should be burning issu? with every country editor at all times. It rhoulfi ibe mafo an is sue in your lepsoctive papers the same as the trust ques...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 8 August 1907

Jackson Herald liErUBLICAN IN tOLl TIC'S. H. F. LUSK I'VBLisiiEi; JACKSON, MO.. August J, lt'07 Erterei! at the pontefflre at Jurkson, .Mo. itcood-clRH mutter November 4. lrBT. Terms for the Heuald are a fol lows: Vor one year 1.00 Six months 50 Three month 30 Advertising Ratks: Locals 6c per line each Insertion. Professional Card t& per year. Leftal Advertise ments lepal rates, display ad rates made known on application. Look at the date on your paper and two months from the date you find stamped on the margin your paper will stop unless you let us know you want it to con tinue. Your home paper comes to you as an old friend and neighbor, telling you all the home news while the large city daily enters your house was a stranger. A local newspaper is absolutely necssary for local news. Start right the boys. To be anybody, to accomplish anything for yourself or the community, you cannot be idle. Don't drink liquor destroys the mind and body. Don't swear gentlemen do not. It is low ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 8 August 1907

Southeast Notes Morehouse is now a dry town. The last saloon license has ex pired. Maiden wants a stock law. They are tired of stock running at large. The Louisville and Nashville road will cross at .the Thebes bridge .and may go into the Cape. The St Louis Conference of the M. E. church, south will hold its .annual session At West Plains, September 18th. Lead wood school district in the Lead belt voted on a proposition to build a $25,000 school house. There was but one vote agains t the proposition. Rev. Albert R. Sitton, who has been working as an evangel ist in the Methodist church through the southeast has unit ed with the Baptist church. An old man aoout 70 years old was going to De Soto last week and his horse got scared at an automobile and ran off. The old man was thrown from the buggy and killed. The iron works at Iron Moun tain, that have been dormant for some time will be reopened and the little town of Iron Moun tain will again be a place of bus iness, so says an exchang...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 8 August 1907

Is Pc-ru-na Useful for Catarrh? Should a list of tho ingredients of P runa be submitted to any medical ex pert, of whatever school cr nationality, he would be obliged to admit withont reserve that each ono of them was of un doubted value in chronic catarrhal dis eases, and had stood the test of many years' experience in the treatment of such diseases. THERE CAH BE NO DISPUTE ABOUT THIS WHAT IVEE. Feruna is composed of the most efficacious and universally used herbal remedies for catarrh. Every ingredient of Feruna has a reputation of its own in the cure of some phase of catarrh. Feruna brings to the home the COM BINED KNOWLEDGE OF SEVERAL SCHOOLS OF MEDICINE in the treat ment of catarrhal diseases; brings to the home the scientific skill and knowl edge of the modern pharmacist ; and last but notleaat, brings to the home the vast said varied experience of Dr. Hartman, in thenseof catarrh remedies, and in the treatment of catarrhal diseases. The fact is, chronio catarrh is a dis ease ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 8 August 1907

THE JACKSON HERALD B. F. LUSK, Publisher JACKSON, MISSOURI Tha 8ouvenlp Mania. It happened on one of the United States cruisers at Hampton Roads, eays the Washington Herald. A lieu tenant, having mot two very charming ladles while ashore, Invited thcin on board for luncheon. They came and were shown over the ship. They lin gered long In the lieutenant's room, which was daintily furnished, and they admired his photographs of home. When he was summoned on deck he left them there. Returning, ho took them to luncheon, and, hav ing to go on duty In the afternoon, he excused himself so as to get Into uni form. Alas! he found that every but ton on his best coat had been cut off, and then he remembered that one of his fair guests had been rather impor tunate on the souvenir question. He got her alono after luncheon and ac cused her of the theft, and after some prevarication she confessed that the buttons were In her corsage. With some firmness the lieutenant led the culprit to his cabin, po...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 8 August 1907

Local News Wheat is 78 cents. Plow gears, all kinds at C. II. Wolter. County court was in session this week. See the new line of buggies at C. II. Wolter. For up-to-date road wagons go to C. II. Wolter. C. H. Daues is now porperly domicile in St. Louis. Dr. C. V. Alsop has returned from his vacation in the East. Try a case of our soda, any flavor. E. Milde Bottling Works. For a delicious drink try a case of our soda. E. Milde Bottling For good horse collars go to C. H. Wolter. For nice buggy harness go to C. II. Wolter. A merry-go-round is now run ning in Jackson. Wagon harness at very low prices at C. II. Wolter. John T. McNeely had business in our city Monday. A new piano was installed at the Beinlien hotel last week. For a cool ice cream soda or ice cream stop at W. A. Trickey's All kinds of trunks and travel ing bags at Hoffmeister & Hein berg's. Get my prices on buggies and surries before you buy C. II Wolter. E. 0. Sibley has moved into Works. Ex-Mavor. Edw. P. I lavs of l...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 15 August 1907

The Jack Herald $1.00, sent to this office will secureyou the newsiest paper publisher in the county a whole yearThe Herald. Vol. X Jackson, Missouri, Thursday, August 15, 1907. No. 40 Advertising Bring Sucoeaa If Judiciously Done: the HERALD Give Best Re sults. Price Is Reasonable. son Ordininc? No. 283 An Ordinance providing for the construction of sidewalks with curbing and guttering on First East street between First North street and Florence street in the city of Jackson, Missouri. Whereas a petition signed by W. H. Wagner, Adam Hoffmann, S. C. Lail, J. L. Jenkins, F. Brase, Henry Bprgfield, Bern hard Gockel, F. A. Obermiller, J. C. Clippard, D. B. Seibert, J. H. Wiesbrod. Geo. E. Beattie, J. H. Sachse, Georne P. Beattie, O. C. English andChailesGraef, being more than ten resident citizens and tax payers of the city of Jackson, Missouri, filed with the City Clerk of said city on the 1st day of July, A. D. 1907, and being directed to this Board of Alderman praying that sidewalks...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 15 August 1907

OUR GREAT CLEARING SALE A 3 i"3 tf(niO S4-r4Pr will be sold in -this sale at a great reduction in prices, dur i Un0WkiP WtOVlt ing the next 3O days, and will be the biggest Bargain Sale ever offered before in Jackson. We are going to make an absolute clean-up of our entire stock. Sale Begins August 15, al 8 o'clock a ,111, and Ends September 1 5. Now don't wait till the second or third day of the sale tocome in to buy for the article or goods you want may be sold then. Make haste and come in on the first day and geta chance at the best bargains and get the goods you want. Remember we guarantee all our goods. We can buy goods cheaper than any store in town, hence we can sell them to you cheaper than yau can buy them anywhere else. THE GOODS MUST GO and we will put such prices on them that WILL MOVE THE .1 FROU OUR SHELVES. We give below prices of some of our bargains. Look at them and then come in and see the goods and we know YOU WILL BUY, CLOTHING DEPARTMENT Mi'ii's I'ants virtli $...

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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 15 August 1907

SALE BEGINS AUGUST 17th. SALE CLOSES AUGUST 28th. In announcing our Great Loom End Sale we again offer our friends and patrons the benefit of our years of experience as buyers and sellers of up-to-date merchandise, and confidently promise that this sale will eclipse all our former attempts at bargain giving. During the past year the demand for a higher grade of goods has steadily grown until the mills hare been compelled to respond with a better grade of goods than they have ever before produced, and while the accumulation of Short or Loom Ends has not been so great as in past years, the qualities have been much higher and while the prices of regular goods have been carried upward by the advance in the price of raw mater ials, the price of Loom Ends has still remained below the cost of production only they were harder to get. We were- fortunate in being on the market at a time when an extremely choice lot of Loom Ends were offered to the trade, and through our advantageous business ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 15 August 1907

Jackson Herald McrunucAN is rot.mcs. I?. F. Ll'SK 1'VBWsitKn JACKSON. MO.. August W li07. Kntcret Rt tlir v'.'Molflrp m .l:irknn, ln. aN eoond-i-l:s?t mutter N.ivtuiil.rr 4. lv.7. Terms fnr the I! ki;ai-u are its fol lows: For one vear 1.00 : Six months 50 Thrco Tuontlis :w -.- - prrliiHMi.rlnnsriti.nl. Pror.-ssi.mnl Card " i cr y. nr. I. tr:!l AtlvertNe-1 Tr, ' , ,! T,!' "y r,m's ! We are pleased to see many of our citizens taking active in- terest in improving their homes and grounds. A little effort on the part of each citizen would give our town a prominent post tion upon the map. Nature' has - V ?V , V - ! a a ciass' done much for us in picturesque! 'ieltl lhe mijrhtiest influence in scenerv, now let us do much for Ue ,natlon- The editors are men ourselves along the improvement of character and enterprise, do ijn(? , ing more for the community for ! less money than any body of As it is with right and wrong, j workers. good and evil, so it is with fail- gome of our farmers wonde...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 15 August 1907

Southeast Notes The mill company at Oarn will increase its capital stock from $100,000 to $124,000. Suit has been filed against the Iron Mountain railroad by the prosecuting attorney of Butler county, alleging that the com pany has violated the eight hour law in the matter of telegraph operators. A special grand jury has been drawn in Butler county and state of to meet in October to look after said defendant in and to the following described real estate, situated in the county of Cape Girardeau, Missouri, to-wit: Lots Nos. 8, 9, and 10 in Block 29, West End place in the City of Cape Girardeau, Cape Girar deau county, Missouri. I will on WEDNESDAY, AUG. 21, 1907, between the hours of nine o'clock in the forenoon and five o clock m the afternoon of that day, at the south front door of the court house in the City of Jack son, county of Cape Girardeau Missouri, sell at to the those who violate the law. ' Florists say that some flowers when made into boquets together will wilt in a very ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 15 August 1907

M'KINLCY MONUMENT To Be Dedicated In Buffalo Sept. Ik Former Residents Invited. The beautiful white marble ahaft erected by the state of New York In Niagara Square, Buffalo, N. Y., to the memory of President McKlnley, Is to be formally dedicated Thursday, Sept. 8, and the event will be the central feature of Buffalo's Old Home Week, Bept 1 to 7. Former residents of Buf falo and the public at largo are cor dially invited to attend the dedication. The McKlnley monument was planned and executed under the direction of a commission of prominent men, at a cost of $150,000. Gov. Charles E. Hughes, with his military staff, will take part In the ceremonies and Presi dent Roosevelt and former President Grover Cleveland have been Invited to attend and speak. Military parades will be a feature of the occasion. MONDAY UNIVERSAL WASH DAY. Recognized aa Such Over Almoat All the World. Why does nearly all the civilized world wash clothes on Monday? What has Monday to do with washing? It was origina...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 15 August 1907

THE PARABLE HE LIKED. Drky Would Have Had Trouble Picking It from Sacred Book. An old dnrky, anxious to be min ister, went to be ordained. He was questioned thus: "Can you write?" "No, eah!" "Read?" "No, eahl" How do jroo know about the Bible?" "Ma niece reads It to me!" "Know about the Ten commandments?" "No, sah!" "The Twenty-third Psalm?" "Neb ber heard of him, sah!" "Know the Beatitudes?" "No, sah!" "Well, what part of the Bible do you like best?" 'Par'blea, sah!" "Can you give us oner '"Deed, yes, sah!" "Let us have It, then." "Once w'en the queen ot Sheba was gwlne down to Jerusa lem she fell among thieves. First they passed her by on de oddah side den dey come ovah an' dey say unto ber, 'Fro down Jezebel!' but she wouldn't fro ber down; and again dey say unto her, 'Fro down Jezebel!' but she wouldn't fro her down; and again dey say unto her for de 11 rd and last time, for I ain't gwlne to ax yo no mo', 'Fro down Jeiebel!' and dey fro'd her down for 70 times and 7, till de rem...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 15 August 1907

Local News Wheat is 75 cents. Plow gears, all kinds at C. H. Wolter. For pood horse collars go to C. H. Wolter. See the new line of buggies at (J. H. Wolter. For up-to-date road wagons go toC. H. Wolter. C. H. Daues is now porperly domicile in St. Louis. i Mrs. R. M. McCombs and j daughter Helen left Wednesday ; for Arcadia to be gone two or three weeks. For Sale, a good brick house in Jackson cheap and on easy terms. Apply to Ldw. D. Hays. Cline Hensley who has been attending the business colleire at Lhillicothe is home for a vaca- ton. N The best work, the best styles and the best bargains on dressers chiffonniers. iron bads, and kit chen cabinets are still found at McCombs'. Mrs. M. T. Haw and children Cala- donia where they have bee.i vis Dr. C. V. Alsop has returned from his vacation in the East. Try a case of our soda any i returned this week from navor. r,. iuuae uounng works For a cool ice cream soda or ice iting Mrs. Haw's parents for cream stop at W. A. Trickey's two or th...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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