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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 22 August 1907

The Jackson Advertising Brings Success If Judiciously Done! the HERALD Gives Best Re sults. Price Is Reasonable. C flft sent to this office will VU" secure you the newsiest paper puhllshen In the county a wholy vuar The Horalcl. Vol. X Jickson, Missouri, Thursday, August 22, 1907. No. 41 eraid CO. F N. G. k CUP AT ST. JOSEPH Company F Returnod Monday Night Rejoicing Over the Medal Won at St. Joe Co F. N. G. M. of Jackson re turned from St. Joe last Monday night. The boys all report hav ing a pood time and were well satisfied with their trip and showing there. The Military Medal of honor which was given byj.he Inspector-General of the National Guards of Missouri was awarded to Co. F Jfith Missouri Inf. commanded by Capt. War ren L. Mabrey. This Trophy was awarded the company having the largest percentage present and the highest standard of efficiency. The medal is one of the finest ever awarded in the state and is one which the mem bers of the organization are proud. The decision was...

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. — 22 August 1907

THE JACKSON HERALD B. F. LUSK, Publisher JACKSON. " MISiJOlTu Justice and Sanity. There has been a great !1 sal about the unwritten law, and It is ?tlA by many thinking people to Just'.y tnjrdor which is Indefensible. Tr n l'e may bo taken at times In sif protection without violating divine cr human law, but for a deliberate lion" rWe there Is no excuse whatever. " it, of course, exasperating almost be yond endurance to have the homo despoiled by a conscienceless monster who bears the pulse of man, but courts should deal with him In a civilized community and plve him his deserved punishment. When a mnn takes the law into his own hands and puts an end, with mullce aforethought, to one of his fellow beings, he Is simply a barbarian, no matter what cause ha has for his bloody deed. The young man who slew the supposed wronger of his Sister In this city, says the Boston Iludget, received a Just sen tence, though there Is Borrow that he should have thrown away his young IDianhood to becom...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 22 August 1907

CHAPTER t. I The Tragedy. ly feet touched the narrow 4 as safe. But Willoughby? idge. Brave W loughby? I tried to call to him. No sound can e from my lips. I was too ex hausted. The last atom of strength was spent. For the moment I was paralyzed body and mind. I could only lean helpless against the moun tainside, gasping for breath. And al most Immediately Willoughby's voice came, quite cheerfully, quite steadily: "All right? Bully for you. Look out, here's the rope. Now if I have decent luck. Be ready to bear a hand." Again I tried to cry out. to warn him. If he would wait five minutes, three minutes, one minute, I might be my self again. Still no sound camo from my frozen lips. The rope fluttered over the over hang. It struck the Icy ledge of the jutting rock to which I clung. Then alowly it fell over until it swayed loosely In the wind, still suspended from my body. I did not attempt to draw it in. I was too exhausted for an exertion so flight as that. It swayed gently to and fro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 22 August 1907

Jackson Herald REPUBLICAN IN rOLITICS. B. F. LUSKA IItblisiikh JACKSON. MO.. August 22. W7. Rntprrc t the pontofflr-e nt Jiirkmn, Mo. m MCond-clRW a)ttr November 4. 1M7. Terms for the Hkkald are an fol lows For one vear 1-00 Bix months 50 Tliree months 30 Advertising Ratks: Locals c per line each Insertion. Professional Card f5 per year. Lepal Advertise ments legal rates. IHsplayud rates made known on application. One half hour each day sent in diligent work will keep the lawn and bremises surrounding any house in our town in apple pie order, and make our little city the garden spot of our fair state. W hen a glass bottle becomes so discolored inside that shot or fine coal will not cleanse it, fill 4 k.. ,,-ifh fivw K elimiiwHl Lilt' I'UIUC , 1UI mtvi,, v.n-r... , . , t; .,, i potato peelings, cork tigntlv and t let thorn remain for three days. then the peelings v ill ferment. I At the end of that time rinse the I I c-lass bottle out with warm wa-! ter and the stains will be found t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 22 August 1907

Local News H. C. Wheat is 75 cents. More new buggies at C. Wolter's. Plow gears, all kinds at H. Wolter. See the new line of saddles at C. H. Wolter's. See the new line of buggies at C. H. Wolter. See the new auto seat buggies at C. H. Wolter's. The' new court house will soon be ready for the roof. Many were in town this week attending the circuit court. W. C. Bain of the Cape spent a few days in our city this week. Wanted, a girl to do general house work. A pply at th i s office. For a cool ice cream soda or ice cream stop at W. A. Trickey's Double and single harness of every description at C. II. Wol ter's. For adeliciot s drink try a case of our soda. L. Milde Iiottling Works. Bruening & Kerstner J. G. Co., are now handling pianos and organs. For ice cream and soda water call on W. A. Trickey at Woods' old stand. Louis Schuette near Jackson is sick with typhoid fever, but is some better. For Sale Scholarship in Se dalia Business College. Apply at this office. Editor C. D. Tre...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 22 August 1907

A TERRIBLE EXPERIENCE. flow a Veteran Wat 8aved the Ampu tation of a Limb. B. Frank Dorcnum. veteran, of Roosevelt Ave., InrtiannpoltB, I ml.. says: I had been showing symptoms of kidney trouWo from tho time I was mus tered out of the army, but In all my llfo I never suffered as In 189", Headaches, dlz tlness and sleepless ness, first, and then droppy. I was weak and helpless, having run down from ISO to 125 pounds. I was having terrible pain In the kid neys, and the secretions passed almost Involuntarily. My left leg swelled un til it was 34 inches around, and tho doctor tapped it night and morning until I could no longer stand it, and then he advised amputation. I refused, nd began using Doan's Kidney Pills. The swelling subsided gradually, the urine became natural and all my pains and aches disappeared. I have been well now for nine years since using Doan's Kidney rills." For sale by all dealers. 5(1 cents a box. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. HIS FOOT ON THE TREADMILL. Mr. J...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 22 August 1907

HEALTH NOTES FOR AUGUST. P s4if, j?mHr August Is M month of Internal catarrh. The mucous mem branes, especially of the bowels, are very liable to congestion, causing summer complaint, and catarrh of the bowels and other Internal organs. I'e-ru-oa Is an excellent remedy tor all these conditions. In Extremis. The yacht was heavily becalmed. There were but ten bottles of cham pagne In the lockers. Their last signal of distress had been sent up, without bringing nny response. "Gentlemen," exclaimed the commo dore, In a quavering voice, ,-I can no longer conceal the hideous truth from you. Sobriety stares us In the face!" It was a wildly various scene which ensued. Some blasphemed, soma prayed, some, In an access of frenzied wantonness, sang songs, while some sat stoically by, awaiting their fate with at least an outward calm. Puck. Wouldn't Take Hi Place. Hearing of the sadden taking off the stage of life of a leading Thespian whllo ho was playing in Chicago, a New York Rialtoan out of ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 22 August 1907

I . : SALE BEGINS AUGUST 17th. SALE CLOSES AUGUST 28th. In sumouncing our G resit Loom End Side we sixain 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 b...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 29 August 1907

The. Jackson Herald Advertising Bring Success If Judiciously Donet th HERALD Olve Bast Re sults. Prloe Is Reaaonabla. AA sent to this office will VU secure you the newsiest paper publisher! In the county a whole year The Herald. Vol. X Jackson, Missouri, Thursday, August 29, 1907. No. 42 COLORED PEOPLE HOLD ' PICNIC; GIVE EXCURSION Large Crowd Came Down Fron St. Mary's Bringing the Ball Team Along. Last Saturday was a glad day for the colored people of this place. Two cars loaded down came in over the Houck road. At 3 o'clock the crack ball team of St. Mary's crossed bats with the Cyclones of Jackson and were defeated by a score of 5 to 2. The game was one of the best ever played here and was witnes sed by a large crowd. "Slant" Henderson, the crack colored pitcher of this place, again show ed that he could pitch ball, and by the way he is a wondr. Many towns have a negro baseball team but Jackson claims to have the champions of Southeast Mis souri. They have not lost a game this ye...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 29 August 1907

CAME PRETTY FAST FOR PAT. M That, He Had Had Only What tha Doctor Ordered. A Philadelphia physician says that Hot Ions aso lie was rolled tc see an Irishman, aird anionK other directions told him to take an ounce of whisky three times a day. A day or so later e made another visit and found the nan, while not so sick, undeniably Jrunk. "How did this happen?" the physi cian demanded of Pat's wife, who was bovering aboutsollcltously. "Sure, dochter, on' 'tis Just what you ordered, an' no more, that he bad," she protested. "I said one ounce of whisky three times a day; that could not make him drunk," the physician said. "He has bad much more than that." ."Dlvll a drep more, dochter, dear," he declared. "Sure an' ol didn't know Just how much an ounce was so ol wlnt to the drug store an' asked, an" the lad he's a broth of a boy, too told mo that an ounce was 16 drams and Tat has had thim regular, an' no more'." Harper's Weekly. Rule of Cornish Chapels. In Cornish (Eng.) chapels the la Var...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 29 August 1907

THE BRAZEN SERPENT Sands? School LeisontorSepl. 8, 1907 Specially Preptrad let This Pspat I.ESHON TEXT. Number 21:9. Mom- ory verm 9. OOLIJKN TEXT.-i'A Mnri lifted up tlia serpent In the wilderness, even so must the Hon of mnn be lifted up; that whosoever bt'llevetli In him should not perish but have eternal life." John 3:14-15. x TIME. More than 88 years after ouf Inst lesson. Aaron died on the first day of the fifth month (July-August) of tho fortieth year since leaving- Egypt (Num. 83:38). The fiery serpents attHcked tho people a few weeks later. In September (B. C. lr2, acordlng to tho common chronology). PLACE. Aaron died at Mount Hor. on the border of the Edom range, along tho eastern border of the Arabah. The ser pents were In the great deep and broad Valley called the Arabah, south of tho jead sa, and extending to the eastern irm of tho Red sea. Comment and 8uggstlv Thought. We left the Israelites, In our last les son, at Kadesh Iiarnea, on the border of the south land of Pa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 29 August 1907

Jackson Herald KKrUBLICAX IN roUTICS. 15. F. LUSK. .Pt'M.IsnEH JACKSON. MO.. August 2!. I P07. KnterrC at tlie prwtofflre Kt Jiirknin, Mo. ioond-cls matter Soenilnr 4. W!- Teriud for t lie Hehald are as fol lows: V'tr one venr f l.oo Six months fiJ Tliree months 30 APVERTisiNO Ratks: Locals fie per line each insertion. Professional Card 5 per yenr. Leprnl Advertise ments lepral rates. Display ud rates made known on application. How much better it is to take the brambles out of the path of your friend than" to add thorns to wound his feet. ORIOLE HAPPENINGS BY "IT'S ME" Health is not so pood here. Miss Callie Hughes has been very sick but is gettin better. Conney McLard and J. W. Mc Lain has been on the sick list also but are better. Last week lightning killed two cows for Mr. Frank Weidneicht near Moccasin Springs. Also the store of Charles Maevers at Eypt Mills was struck but little dam age was done. One corner of the building was damaged and a small hole' burned in the floor. J. D...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 29 August 1907

. . ' i Local News Wheat 18 80 cents. L. M. Shaner was on our street Monday. The new court house is fibout ready for the roof. Sheriff Gockel was in St. Louis the first of the week. Get your school shoes at lloff meister & Heinberg's. County Court meets next Tues day in adjourned session. For timothy and red top seed see Hoffemister & Heinberg. Wanted, a girl to do general house work. Apply at this office. M. G. Wagner of Neelys Land ing had business in our city Monday. ' Try a case of our soda, any flavor. E. Milde Bottling Works. Born, last Saturday to Wil liam B. Schaefer and wife a fine Kirl. For a delicious drink trf acase of our soda. E. Milde Bottling Works. 0. J. Miller of Oklahoma had business in the Circuit Court here last week. For Sale Scholarship in Se dalia Business College. Apply at this office. W. L. Wilkinson and family of Sikeston are visiting reltives in this county. - Some new things in the way of furniture worth considering at McComb's. A. M. Rice moved ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 29 August 1907

The Jackson Herald M. P. lA'SK. FablUber. JACKSON. : . .' MISSOURI, New Immigration Act On July 1, 1907, the new Iramlgra. lion act of February 20, 1907. went Into effect As tills law Is to repre sent, for the present at least, our pol icy with regard to the admission of allents to the United Statei, it Is well to see clearly at this time what changes the new act has made In pre Tlous legislation, and what the prob able effects will be. . . . The new act Is weak, remarks Robert DeC. Ward, In North American Review, In that the excellent "poor physique" clause la largely nullified by giving the secretary of commerce and labor authority to admit physically defec , tire alients under bonds (except In cases of tuberculosis or loathsome and dangerous contagious diseases). All past experience noes to show that such bonds are useless. All common-sense goes to show.thftt a physically defec tive and degenerate alien Is undesir able, whether he be a public charge or aot Better to have 100,000 ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 29 August 1907

BTriimiUR ' CHAPTER IV. The Coward. As she loft me I again caught the ook of wonder, a resentful wonder, a curiosity that was even harsh and atern. I seated myself opposite the woman 1 had unconsciously wronged. For the first time she looked at me, and I saw with relief that neither pain nor an zulsh lurked In her clear eyes. There s no outraged love nor tenderness. Nor was there pity for herself or for trie. But even so, It seemed to me pathetic that a woman should be so ctrong. ' "I wish to hear everything. Begin, please, with your first meeting with Mr. Wllloughby. Tell me all to the last moment." "I shall not spare either yourself or myself," I promised. "Old you know Mr. Wllloughby In timately? Were you at Oxford with him? I think I do not remember his peaking of you." , Cl.e spoke slowly, with a certain Aloofness. A d:?slre to be Just strug gled with a manifest dislike a dislike that was evidently not lessened be cause of my studied calm. Perhaps 4he thought a fervent expressi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 29 August 1907

OUR GREAT CLEARING SALE Is Now in Progress fillip Ra"iKi&i ivufv flfl? fn.fn.lfV 34-rhrPf must be 501(1 withiri the time specified, VsWI Laal I Lll C IHW,VW lUvli -from August 15th until September 15. This is positively the biggest Bargain Sale ever offered before in Jackson. We are going to make an absolute clean-up of our entire stock. Although this Great Sale will last till September 15, don't wait till the last day of the sale to come 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 you can buy them anywhere else. THE GOODS MUST CO and we will put such prices on them that WILL MOVE THEM FROM 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. . CLOTHIN...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 5 September 1907

he Jackson Herald $1.00:: sent to this office will lecure you the newsiest paper publisher! In the county a whole year The Herald. Vol. X Jackson, Missouri, Thursday, September 5, 1907. No. 43 Advertising Brings Suocess If Judlolously Donti the HERALD Olv Best Re sults. Prloe Is Reasonable. W.C.IU. HELD SPLENDID MEETING AT THE CAPE The Twenty-Ninth District Well Represented Tender Pres ident a Diamond Brooch. The tenth annual convention of the twenty-ninth district W. C. T. U. which convened in Cape Griardeau last week was in many respects the best that has been held since the organization of the district, a . decade ago. Nine of the thirteen unions in the district were represented, Jackson having more than double the number of delegates from any other union, was requested to line up, which they did amid hearty and enthusistic applause. Our Cape Whiteribbons succeed ed admirably in their untiring efforts to make us comfortable and happy, and the convention a success. Not only our ow...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 5 September 1907

The Jackson Herald S D. F. I.ISK, I'obllalirr. JACKSON. MISSOURI. Literary Criticism. Mr. Shan F. Bullock complains that literary criticism Is becoming nan'by pamby. "ConBlderatouesB" Is the prevailing fashion In It. Ono English Journal, noted for Its trenchant re views of books, was rebukeil for Its harshness the other day by a brother editor, who innocently observed that the publishers would Roon ceaso send ing volumes for nptlce, If nicer things were not said about thetn. Critics must be "considerate." This Is a vari ant of the old phrase to the effect that they must be "constructive." Honest ly Interpreted, that meant that the au thor must be coddled, not told of his faults; and that the public must be fed on sugar-plums, not warned of Impure or Indigestible food. Consider ateness, as Mr. Bullock remarks, la a most excellent thing. We ought all to be as kind as we can. But there are higher virtues, sterner obliga tions. One of them Is to be sincere. And If a critic feels that he...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 5 September 1907

THE ELECTION LAW NOW IN EFFECT By the new primary law in Missouri the qualified voters of the Btate must make a choice of candidates for olective officers, except city officers, county super intendents of schools or village or district officers, at a state primary to be held on the first Tuesday in August every second vear. The first election under the statute will occur August 4 next, but at least sixty days be fore that date candidates for state office must file a petition signed by at least one per cent of the vote of his party, and this one per cent must be distributed over at least six afferent coun ties. Candidates for a county office sixty days before the pri mary, must file their names and address with the county clerk, state the office to which they as pire, and the party oh whose ticket they will run. For county offices thfs personal declaration suffices. In the case of congressman, at least two per cent of the voters of the district must petition for his candidacy, and hi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 5 September 1907

Jackson Herald KBI'irilLlCAN IN rnLlTICsI H F. LUSK l'tnusiitcn JACKSON, MO., Septemtrr 5, MOT. Knterec at 1 tip postiiffirc at Jnrkson, Mo. a second-class matter NuTcoibcr 4. ISP7. Term for the IIkkald are a ful ler s: For one year 11.00 Bli months o0 Three months 30 Advertising Rates: Locals 6c per line each insertion. Professional Card 5 per year. Lpgal Advertise ments leral rates. lisplayad rates made known on application. COURT IALENDAR The county court meets in reg ular session in Jackson the first Mondays in February, May, August and November. The probate court meets in reg ular session in Jackson the second Mondays in February, May, August and November. The circuit court meets in reg ular session in Jackson the first Mondays in January and May and the third Monday in August. The Cajie Girardeau court of common pleas meets in regular session in Cape Girardeau the fourth Mondays in January, May and September. It is well to remember that only the good believe in the goad, ami t...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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