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

- Local News Wheat 13' 80 cents. J. L. Morton was at Edna last Monday. County court was in session Tuesday. Mrs. Robert Moore is visiting her parents Oran. Get your school shoes at Hoff meister & Heinberg'e. For Sale Good seed rye. Call at Mill "B," Jackson, Mo. Fublic school opend last Mon- , day with a good attendance. For timothy and red " top seed see Hoffemister & Heinberg. E. G. Sibley and wife went to Bismark on a visit Monday. Rev. A. M. Dixon of Fruitland had business in our city Monday. Born to Joseph Halley and wife on Aui?ust 29th, a fine girl. Try a case of our soda, any flavor. E. Mildo Bottling Works. Attorney Edw. D. Hays spent a few days at . b'humer Springs last week. For a delicious drink try a case of our soda. E. Milde Bottling Works. For Sale Scholarship in Se dalia Business College. . Apply at this office. Born, to Hunts Seabaugh and wife near Jackson on Monday, twin boys. Some new things in the way of furniture worth considering at McComb's. Born, to ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 5 September 1907

B9 OUR GREAT CLEARING SALE Is Now in Progress ur Entire $15,000 Stock iSmsStt. This is positively the biggest Bargain Sale evre 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 get a thance 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 HIIST GO 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. CLOTHING DEPARTMENT Men's I'ants worth 1.75 for " $2.00 " " 12.50 " " $:.oo " " " 4.00 " Men's Suits worth t7.50 for " 112.50 ' " $1...

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. — 5 September 1907

MAN-A-LIN Cspjrifbt br Tb Mantua Oo MAN-A-LIN Is An Excellent Remedy for Constipation There are many ailments directly dependent upon con stipation, such as biliousness, discolored and pimpled skin, inactive liver, dyspepsia, over worked kidneys and headache. Remove constipation and all of thoto allmonti dis appear. MAN-A-LIN can be relied upon to produce a gentle action of the bowels, making pills and drastic cathartics entirely un necessary. - A dose or two of Man-a-lln Is advisable In slight fsbrile attaoks, la grippe, colds and Influenza. THE MAN-A-LIN CO., COLUMBUS, OHIO, U. S. A. The Revised Psalm. The father's peroration was superb. "'And departing, leave behind you,'" he concluded, "'footprints on the sands of '" But here the son rudely Interrupt ed. "Footprints?" he sneered. "Who wants to leave footprints?" "Then what would you leave, my boy?" the old man Inquired. "Tracks," said the youth, haughtily. "Tracks of my 90-horse power racer, to be Bure. Am I a dog or a working m...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 5 September 1907

Southeast Notes Bruglars blowed open the safe in the postoffice at Flat River last week and took $20, all the money that was in the safe. They made their escape and there is no clue to their identity. According to the aikeston pa pers there is danger of a race war in that burg. It is claimed that the white citizens have is sued a proclamation giving the negroes until Monday August 19, to shake the dust.of that city off their feet. Bluff Republican. The seven year-old son of Mrs. Durnell near Farmington was killed in a peculiar manner last week. He tied one end of a rope around the horn of a saddle on a horse and the other end around his arm. He slapped the horse, causing it to run off, dragging the boy to the ground. When the horse was caught the boy was unconscious and died in a few minutes.- Benton Record. Ben Watley of Charleston was killed at his home by his step daughter last week. He had made many threats to kill his wife, to whom he had been married about two years, and had b...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 12 September 1907

Herald The Advertising Brine Sucoeas If Judloloualy Donei the HERALD Olve Baat Re sult. Prloel Reasonable. $1 no sent to tnis rfos wM Plvu secure you the newsiest paper publlshen In the county a whole year The Herald. Vol. X Jackson, Missouri, Thursday, September 12, 1907. No. 44 JSLCkSOHl J. F. McLAIN LOSES BARN BY FIRE N Last Saturday Night's Storm Caused Loss of Good Build ing and Feed About 4 o'clock last Snday morning lightning struck the barn of J. F. McLain of West Jackson and before any assist- ance could reach, the barn was under such headway that noth ing cuold be done. The horse that was in the lot was turned out and escaped the flames. The barn and all its contents burned. There were two buggies, 200 bushels of corn, a surveyors compass, harness and some tools that went up in smoke. Fire also burned the chicken house and a number of chickens. It was fortunate that rain was falling or some dwelling houses' near the barn would have burned. The barn was insured for $150. We...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 12 September 1907

HOW UNIONISM WORKS IN SISTER COUNTIES Up to yesterday the Fricso had hauled 102 cars of Dunklin coun ty watermelons out. The princi pal part of the shipment have been from Maiden, McGuire and Clarkton. Prices have been high, ranging from $110 to $160. Good melons are easily bringing $140 on the track. The ship ments go to Chicago. Indiana and even further east, princi pally. There are numbers of buyers up the road, and they had not formed their usual combine up to vesterday. Dunk lin Democrat. No, and I reckon they haven't "combined" up to today! It so happens that, in Scott county at least, the other fellows have caught on to the combination business 'and headed the buyers otT by forming a little combine of their own. This combine is called the farmer's union, and melon prices are up." Over at Morley, when a few hundred baskets of canteloupes had been marketed at a fair price the buy ers began to talk about a "glut" and decided to pay only 20 cents per basket. The union met that ni...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 12 September 1907

The Jackson Herald B. r. Ll'SK, robllabrr. JACKSON. MISSOURI Amtrican Universities. Many terlouB people are asking seri ous questions; What kind of student go to the American universities? What do they do while there? What kind of men come away? Is the Nnl Terslty a "place where pebble are polished and diamonds are blurred"'" Is a real man hindered no re than he U benefited by his four years of un dergraduate study? The first slgnlfl. cant fact to be observed In certain large universities Is that outside In terests are primary and university work proper Is secondary from the standpoint of the student Athletics and social affairs of different kinds demand so much time, and the stu depta keep such late hours, that they re unable to do good work, even when they have any desire to do so. On instance cited by the Independ ent will Illustrate: A professor of na tional reputation gives a course dur ing the year to seniors. A large num ber of the class have been absent as much as one-third ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 12 September 1907

Jackson Herald KKPVBLICAN TN ruLITtCS. H F. LUSK 1'i'HLisiiKH JACKSON, MO.. Si'ptomlKT 12, 1W7. Knterpc t the postoPlcmt .lrknn, Mo. a MCnnd-clHM nmll-or Nurembpr Ie7. Terms for the Hkiiald arc as fol lows: Firone vear... ; 1.00 Six months 50 Tlirce months 30 Apvektisino Ratks: Locals Be per line each insertion. Professional Card 5 per year. Lcjjal Advertise ments lefral rates. Display ad rates made known on application. COURT CALENDAR 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 Capo Girardeau court of common picas moots in regular session in Cape Girardeau the fourth Mondays in January, May and September. Don't kick a man when he's down unless you are sure that he will never ge...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 12 September 1907

Local News Wheat is 85 cents. County court was in session Tuesday. Get your school shoes at HofY meister & Heinberg's. Captain William B. Schaefer went to St. Louis Monday. For Sale Good seed rye. Call at Mill "B," Jackson, Mo. Tom Goodwill's wife has been on the sick list but is better. Wanted a girl to do general housework. Apply at this office. A. C. Schmuke of St. Louis is visiting in our city this week For timothy and red top seed , see Hoffemister & Heinberg, Nice school suits for little boys at Bruening & Kerstner D. G Co. For Sale Scholarship in Se dalia Business College. Apply at this office. The little son of W. C. Phillips has been quite oick but is get ting better. Some new things in the way of furniture worth considering at McComb's. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Bond of St. Marys are visiting Mrs Pratte of this city. The Johnston-Rand -McNally shoe factory at the Cape is ready for business. Hunter Byrd and wife of St, Louis were visiting in our city the first of the w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 12 September 1907

' BTylRTHVRI. CHAPTER VII. Continued. So far as t lay In my poww, I ould reform rny self-imposed task In a direct and businesslike method. Ai to this method, a dozen extrava gant courses of action occurred to me at once. Of the dozen I selected two as possible. "Every English gentleman comes of a race of warriora," the mysterious woir.n of the reading room had said to me last night. Miss Hrett, being an Englishwoman, hnd the blood of sol diers In her veins. The physical cour age of the battlefield, then, must ap peal to her. If, for Instance, I should enlist In the Foreign Legion, there was the Legion of Honor to be won. The little ribbon would tell its elo quent story. Hut Wllloughby'3 life had been lost amid the dread silence of the white nows. I looked long and earnestly where the sun toucher? the mountain top with a rosy light out of the morn ing mists. The mountains seemed to beckon, to wait for me. I had shuddered I still shuddered, as I thought of their awful gloom and loneli...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 12 September 1907

Poultry Notes What would you think of the man who plowed with a wooden plow? Or one who used flint stone instead of matches? If you still keep mongrels you stand in the same relation to the poul try world as they do the average person. There may be money in keeping mongrels but why not make more out of the business by keeping standard bred stock? School has started, have you any eggs to give the children for their lunch? You should have some if you have been keeping in touch with the best methods. If you have no fresh ones you certainly have some good ones packed away for your own use. It would not hurt that boy or girl to take care of the chickens before and after school. And I will wager that they would like nothing better if they are fur nished with a kind that would be a credt to them intsead of the laughing stock of all the rest of the boys and girls. They natur ally like anything that has life and nothing suits anyone better than to be personably responsible for the keenine of...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 12 September 1907

Southeast Notes It was'not necessary forj Re corder M. A. Drane toJaskjThos. Bird, of Dunklin county, iand Mrs. R. L. Waldrip, of Cresno to make an affidavit conerening their age when they applied for marriage license Wednesday morning. Mr. Bird is 65 years old and his bride ,is 60. Both appeared as happy an chipper as if they were only sweet! 16. Charleston Enterprise. Squire Parker's onion yield this year fell a hundred! bushels short of last year, he raising six hundred bushels in 1906, on three acres of ground, as against five hundred Jjushelsjth is year. They are seed onions . and are very mild. He has no difficulty in disposing of them at a dollar a .bushel. Portageville Critic. A full Hedged alligator about i eight feet in length got tired of J the accommodations given it in ' a shallow tank on a flat car atj this station laThurs'.layeveii-1 ing. flfrte I its" tail' flopped oil . onto the ground and started in the direction of the waters of : :, , , the Huzzah at a pace that ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 19 September 1907

The Jackson Herald Advertising Bring Suooass If Judiciously Done: the HERALD Gives Bast Re sult. Price Is Reasonable. f I AA aent to this office will PlUv secure you the newsiest paper published In the county a whole year--The Herald. Vol. X Jackson, Missouri, Thursday, September 19, 1907. No. 45 THE COOPERATION FOR GOOD ROADS In further explanation of our plan for cooperation between the Government and the press in an educational campaign for road improvement, I invite your at tention to the following tenta tive outline. 1. Practical articles on road building, maintenance, and ad ministration with a question column, as suggested in our first letter. 2. Following the press artic les, the judicious distribution of Government publications on vari ous phases of road work. 3. The organization on the part of the local communities of associations designed to bring about an improvement of the public roads in the respective counties and townships, these associations to have a definite aim a...

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. — 19 September 1907

ARTHUR CXtrESSTT.KIOS. CHAPTER VIM. Continued. "Do you mtrni tolling me what it was?" "Wllloughby, the man who was killed, loved a Mlsi Brett. She was at this hotel last night with her moth er. They heard of my being here, and did mo the honor to send for me, and to ask from me the details of tho tragedy." Locke's heavy face was agitated equally by sympathy and surprise. "Miss Hrett!" he cried. "That must be the sister of Sir Mortimer Brett." "You know her?" I demanded eagerly. "I have never seen her, but I know omethlug of Sir Mortimer. He is the most picturesque figure In the English diplomatic service." "Why picturesque? That Is a trance adjective to describo a Brit Ish minister. Who Is he, and bow do you happen to know him?" "He is consul general and minister plenipotentiary at Sofia. Bulgaria. There is not an attache In Europe to day who has not an inquisitive eye Cocked at Sir Mortimer Brett." "And his claims to distinction?" "Two only, my dear fellow, but they are sufficient ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 19 September 1907

TOLD HIM THE TRUTH. Oad't Indlgni'.ion Got tha Better of Hit Judgment. An old German farmer, who resided !n one of the rural districts of the state of Iowa, was tho father of a half-wilted boy, whose lark of Intel lect was the cause of no little anxiety and solicitude on the part of the pa ternal parent "Dot poy Slum," he was heard to re mark In the course of a conversation with a neighbor of like Teutonic origin, "he lss not ferry bright, abef 1 ton't vant you to tell him because I ton't vant him to know It." Meanwhile the young hopeful was driving through the barnyard with a load of hay, which In attempting to turn a sharp corner he unfortunately upset. The old man Immediately berame klghly Indignant. "Shon!" ho hollow ed In a voice of thunder, "you lss a plame fool, you always vass a fool, you always vlll pe a fool, you not know noddlngs." Judge's Library, Sheer white goods, in fact, any iin wash goods when new, owe much ol their attractiveness to the way they are laundered, this...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 19 September 1907

SEPTEMBER 1906 SEPTEMBER 1907 "2? A mm, Just one short year ago this business was launched forth. At that time we made an appeal to the residents of Jackson and Cape Girardeau County for a por tion of their business, assuring them in return, prompt and courteous treatment, fair dealing and best values at the least possible cost. The response to this ap peal was indeed a most generous one and WE FEEL EXCEEDINGLY GRATEFUL Our first year's business has been a brilliant success. It has even excelled our most sanguine expecta tions, and we want to express our heartiest thanks to our many friends who have kindly contributed to this success. Words cannot express how deep is our appreciation, and if we have merited your pat ronage in the past we will be able to doubly do so in the future. Our first year has taught us many things in buying and the places to buy the best goods for the least money. We have pat this knowledge to good use and have the most STUPENDOUS SHOWING OF FINE FALL MERCHAN...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 19 September 1907

Local News Wheat is 85 cents. i Iron County will vote on Local Option on October 5th. Carl Wallace went to the stock show at Sikeston yesterday. Get your school shoes at Hoff meister & Heinberg's. Call at Mack's Jewelry store for tablets and pencils. . Logan Hines will attend school at Linn, Ky., this year. E. Z. Hitt of New Wells had business in Jakson Monday. G. J. Keller of the Cape had business in Jackson Monday. Peter Deimund of Neelys Land ing was in our city Tuesday. G. H. Miller of Caruthersvile committed suicide last week. Mrs. Alvin Wagner of the Cape is visiting in our city this week. The county court met Monday on some important road matters. A. H. Byrd. .V., of St. Louis is visiting in ji city this week. Some new things in the way of furniture worth considering at MeComb's. The best shoes for the least money at HofTmeister & Hein berg's. M. L. Buchanan of near Neelys Landing had business in our city Monday. H. P. Siemers of the Cape had business with the county ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 19 September 1907

The Jackson Herald u. r. 1. 1 Mv, riiiiih-r. J OKSGN, MISSOCIll Broken Rails. Among all the causes of railroad ac cidents In the United States, none Is mentioned with greater frequency than the broken rail. Many causes are assigned, nnd doubtless many are con tributory. An excess of phosphorus, not easily eliminated by the Ressemer procoss, by which nearly all American rails are made, has been most com monly blamed; but some of the best mechanical engineers now regard this cause as unimportant. Improper shape nd a lack of pressuro in rolling mod ern heavy rails proportionate to that mhich was available for the lighter rails of the past are more Important toulls. An excess of carbon is an other. The faultof shape Is the thin ness of the web or shank of the rail, and the thinness of the base. The disproportion between these parts and the head of the rail tends to a lack of uniformity in texture after cooling. The excess of carbon Is not the fault of the rail makers, but of the rail ro...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 19 September 1907

4 POOR SHADE OF ROYALTY Baroness Harden Hickey Once Ruled in Royal State on the Island of Trinidad, Now with Mind Hopelessly Gone, Is in Sanitarium with Delusions of Former Greatness Her Only Comfort. New York. "Almost a queen!" Fit (title for a modern melodrama, this phrase which, in Invisible characters, is written over tho door of a private room In a sanitarium at Stamford, Conn. Almost it might be called an -epitaph, for behind that door sits the (lieiitul wreck of a New York woman vho ruled figuratively by her beauty and charm, and literally by the title conferred upon her by her own hus band, hlR highness, Jacques I., prince of Trinidad. To-dny Haroness Anne Harden Mickey has for her subjects only de voted attendants and fellow-dolusion-ists, each of whom in bis or her way rules over a little kingdom which none other mny enter. For the once beautiful and gifted daughter of J. H. Flagler, cousin of Henry M. Flagler, the Standard Oil magnate, has lost her reason. The death of he...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 19 September 1907

Jackson Herald REPUBLICAN IN POLITICS. 11 F. LUSK. Puulisuku JACKSON, MO., SeptemlxT lit. lltOT Rntorpc lit the pt office M Jarkunn, Mo. L-md-i:lni matter November 4. 1SV7. Terrus for the Hkkalp are asfol lows; For one year I-00 Six months 50 Tli-ee months ,30 Advektisino Rates: Locals 6c pr line each insertion. Professional Card 5 per year. Legal Advertl-e-nients legal rates. Display ad rates made known on application. COURT CALENDAR 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 i n J ackson the second Mondays in February, May, August and November. The circuit court meets in reg ular session in Jackson the first Mnndnvs in January and May and the third Monday in August The Cane Girardeau court of common pleas meets in regular spssion in Cane Girardeau the fourth'Mondays in January, May and September. No complaint is made about short measure when we have a him, even if the bo...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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