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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 26 September 1907

CIRCULATION 1811 Thla Is th axaot number of ubaorlbera th Herald has thla week. Watch us grow The acksoiti tf AA sent to this offlos will VIUV seourayouthenawslast paper published In the oounty a whole year The Herald. ail Y Vol.X Jackson, -Missouri, Thursday, September 26, 1907. No. 46 Herald Poultry Notes Middlings are a very rood feed as they increase egg production and are not so very exDensive. With the price of feed where it is we have to figure pretty hard to keep the cost of production down a little. We will have to raise the price of the products a little. It is a fact that no one denies that a few fowls can be kept and a large profit made from them. But only a few have found out that you can not multiply this small number by 100 and make the same per cent of pofit unless you are well posted and willing to put forth your best efforts to take care of.them. Not the least important factor to be considered in building a chicken coop is the location. The place selected should be...

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. — 26 September 1907

CURI08ITY AROUSED. -Do I wnnt a 'party liner " snapped Hit. Harker, with much emphasis. -No, Indeed! Why, the idea! I wouldn't think of hating one." "Don't blame you, madam," replied the telephone solicitor, with a air wink at the milkman. "Party llnea are ery embarrassing. -When you go to the phone to call up some one you are . likely to hear Mrs. A. telling Mrs. B. all the latest gossip ot the neighbor hood. Then you will hear the butcher telling Mrs. Z. how much she owes him and what ho Is going to do if she doesn't pay htm." "Gracious!" "Not only that, but you can hear lust what Mras K. says to her beau during lunch hour and what old man Smith Is telling the pretty widow down in the apartment house and but what Is the use of wasting time? You don t want a party line. They are too embarrass Ing. Good-day, madam, I " Put Mrs. Harker bad him by the arm. "Come right back," she said, firmly, "and take my order for a party line, What If It Is embarrassing? We all have to stand embarra...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 26 September 1907

r Y The Jackson Herald M. a. LllSK. Pafcllstea. "." JACKSON. I I MI8SOTJIU. Digging Into Jericho. Prof. Benin's excavations on ths alt of the ancient city of Jericho are yield ing unexpectedly rich treaeurea. In hta last lettera to the Vienna Academy of Science the professor writes that over 100 men are dinging at five differ ent points. One of the most Interest ing finds Is the historical city wall, built of burnt-lime bricks. It was some' ten feet In thickness, rising from a tone foundation. - On the western aide of the city the wall was nearly 40 feet In width. At another point a pri vate house was found built orer an other bouse of a still . earlier epoch. Other discoveries, says Pall Mall Qa tette, include lamps, plates, cups, needles, weights, mortars and mlHs of bronse and stone, some of very rough and primitive handiwork and others very finely executed. In the Inner city remains of rows of houses have been uncovered. The ancient Hebrew let tering proves that the old Hebre ch...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 26 September 1907

Jackson Herald MCPCBLICAN IN rOLITICS. U. F. LUSK PlTBLlSllKH JACKSON, MO., September 20, ItKH. KntrrpC itt the puntnfflr t Jrknn, Mo. as eoncl-cl mntter NotpikImt 4. Term for the Hkkai.d are as fol lows: For one year 1.00 Bii months 60 Thec months 3 Advertising Ratks: Locals 6c per line each Insertion. Professional Card 5 per year. Lepral Advertise ments lefral rates. Display ud 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 ularsession in Jackson the second Mondays in February, May, Atigust and November. The circuit court meet3 in reg ular session in Jackson the first uvik w amu iuuj tut error ui bup posing they will respect you more for turning your coat ver day, to match the color of theirs. Wear your own clothes in spite of wind and weather, storms and sunshine. It costs the irresolute ten times the trouble to wind, and shuffle, and twis...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 26 September 1907

Local News Wheat ia 9 cents. Next week is cloak week at Hoffmeister & Weinberg's. Born, to John G. Putz and wife, September 21, a son. Mrs. Wissman, .mother, of William Wissmann of near the Cape is quite sick. See Bruening . & Kerstner D. G. Co. cloak sale ad. You can do better on cloaks at Hoffmeister & Heinberg's. There is a street car strike on at the Cape. The employees want an increase of 2 cents an hour. Ben Green and Ben Van Amburg of near Oak Ridge had business in our city Tuesda y. Born to Will Pratte and wife of this city last Tuesday a fine boy. William Wissmann of Randal township had business in our city Monday, - Charles Graef, Julius Ahrens and Harry IIo t are in St. Louis this week. Mrs. John Talley was quite sick Monday. She had a con gestive chill. Mr. McFarland has the con tract for putting in the sidewalk for the Baptist Church at this place. Colonel T. W. Birmingham of the J. M. A. is in St. Louis this week. The finest line of dress goods at Hoffmeist...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 26 September 1907

CHAPTER X. Continued. I Looked at In this manner the ghast ly portent was vividly suggested. The nostrils of the two heads together formed the eyes of the death-mask; the mustache of the father made the eyebrows; and the brow and the eyes of the boy prince formed the nose and mouth. And more horrible than the death-mask Itself was a wound In the temple, from which flowed a streak of blood. j "This wound," I asked, shuddering, ;"! It merely a coincidence? The look of agony the staring eyes Is that meant to be a menace, a threat of a violent deathr : "Can you doubt It?" demanded Locke, replacing the -envelope care fully in his pocketbook. "That death pi ask Is regarded by a large portion of Ferdinand's dissatisfied subjects as "heavenly sign. That little stamp, I venture to say. Is a death-knell for Ferdinand It Introduces Into Bul Igarlan politics an awful and solemn note." I "A 'heavenly sign?'" I asked, shud dering again. "But he still lives?" i "Yes; at present he Is In Paris. I s...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 26 September 1907

CRUSH! EMPIRE OF THE MOORS r ALP war down the Atlantic , cdast of the Moortah em pire, and about oppoalte Charleston, rtaea- out . of the aea the little port of Casablanca, which la known aa the "White House" pert In every language that la spoken along the coast It is white and beautiful, If you He in the offing of a clear night Like all the rest of Morocco, and.tndeedV the Mohamme dan world, Casablanca la best aeen by the pale moonlight and to -windward, wrltea Stephen Bonsai In the New Tork Times. Nearby aalee, at the very name of which our New England ancestors who went down to the aea In ships were wont to shudder, and with good reason, la nov closed by a aand bar, which even the daring Barbery cor sairs would not dare to cross In their light-drawing feluccas, but the Moor of the bad country is still a pirate, though the times have driven him In land from the seas. Until recently he preyed upon the passing caravana aa a century ago he swooped down with his hawklike galleys upon ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 26 September 1907

At Central Business College SEDALIA, MO. A large number of pupils have enrolled the past week. We were busy until a late hour Saturday evening writing scholarships and getting pupils seated with their books and stationery. Many have been placed in good positions; some in Chicago with such firms as Marshal Fields, others in Moberly with Supt. of the Wabash at $70.00 per month, and in St. Louis, Kansas City and Omaha. Pupils in Central Business College know they can get the best hence, they prepare for that kind of position. But few of our pupils now accept positions fit less than $60.00 per month. The Student's Y. M. C. A. and Reading Room will be elegantly fitted up by next Sunday. It was impossible to get the lights in by the 21. Program of Sunday meeting and the midweek Y. M. C. A. Club wil be announced later. Special Cloak Sale! AT I Bruening fl (ersltier D. G. Co. Sale Begins Sept. 10th, at 9 O'clock CLOSES OCT. 5TH. FINE MILLINERY Just received a very nice line of Millir.ory Go...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 3 October 1907

The Jackson Herald sent to this office will secure you the newsiest paper published in the county a whole year The Herald. Vol. X Jackson, Missouri, Thursday, October 3, 1907. No. 47 CIRCULATION 1817 This la the exact number of subscribers the Herald has this week. Watch us grow. SOLD A HORSE BELONGING TO OTHERS A young man by the name of Cochran is languishing in jail here charged with stealing a horse. It seems that Cochran was working for a lady out near the edge of Bollnger county and borrowed her horse to come to town. Whle here he sold the animal to Illers & Morton for $120, receiving a check in pay- ment. Last Friday morning a woman claiming to he the owner) of the horse came to town and ! had the horse repleined. Guy j Morton of t lie firm of Illers eel Morton proceeded to rive a j bond andjiiid the horse returned, to the -.table until the cheek '. could be located, as it h id not. been present-si t the iV-upleV. , National Bank for j aymenl. 1 TKl'.ri'KK'S SALK n lit Te...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 3 October 1907

The Jackson Herald B. r. LVSK, robllakcr. JACXSOM. 4 MISSOURI. The New-Faihioned Country Girl. Amid all the plcnsurablo recollec Ions of the summer possessed by the crowds of rity dwellers hording back to town. It Is safe to hazard there 's not one distinct Impression of that ne-tlmo do.ulnant figure on the coun try landscape the old-fashioned, un sophisticated, brown-cheeked girl, with "the rustic, woodlund air" of poetry. In her place In memory and on tha Alms that the amateur will develop later is another creature, to whom rusticity Is a matter of psychological analysis and unsophlstlcntlon a socio logical problem. As the modern coun try girl Is no often a product of high er education, remarks the Troy Times, a new value has been given to rural life. To her sot only nature In her Infinity but even "the meanest flower that blows" can give not only thoughts that Ho too deep for tears. but can also afford opportunity for the. profoundest use of a knowledge of botany. The physiologic...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 3 October 1907

CHAPTER XI. Continued. An Immense man stood stiffly at th window awaiting us. His bearing was elovenly, a was his attire. The spec tacles and the puffy face, unnaturally fain, suggested the habits of the stu dent. But the eyes, small, crafty, and very bright, Instantly corrected my first Impression, and left me baffled nd vaguely distrustful. It was the man whose reflection I had seen In the pier-glass. "Ah, ray cousin at last! Georges, this Is Mr. Haddon, an American. He comes to the chateau at Altorhoffcn as cur guest." It was Impossible to doubt that he tiad spied on me with Madame de .Yarler'B consent. But I was certain that he heard of my consent to go to Alterhoffen with positive annoyance. I was not blind to the significant look that pnsscd between them: the eyes of Madame de Varler dilating in trl timph and defiance; Dr. atarva equal ly defiant and sullen. Evidently there was discord In the tamp. Dr. Starva did not welcome the fly that had consented to walk Into the web. Wel...

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

Jackson Herald KErunLtcAN in roi.mcn. B F. LUSK. . 1'1'nLtSIIKli JACKSON. MO.. October .1, l!m7 Entprrt nt tlip poMefflrr M .lili'kxun, Mt. A dwconil-flHKn nuttier NhvimhImt lyT. ' Terms for the Hkhai.d are as fol lows For one year l.oo Six months U Three tuonths '!(! Advertising Katks: T.nrnU Ri per line each insertion. Professional Card 5 per year. Legal AdveitNe wenta legal rates. Pisplityml ruler, made known on application. worth of their 'money. Your local newspaper works for its own town; does all it can to build up the place, advance the in terests of its citizens, draws trade to the town, puts money into the pockets of the business men. and adds to the well being of all. Such a paper is entitled to the liberal patronage from the town and community it works fur. Our columns will prove of great value to advertisers, our subscription list of 1,817 enables I us to place the announcements j ir mir business men before a ! irnvit er number and a better class lot' renders, as our su...

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

J Local News Wheat is .90 cents. .Next week is the Cape fair. Buy your heatings stoves of R. S. Woltec W. H. Slover of Randies was in aur city Tuesday. Harry Alexander had business in our city bat Saturday. Save money .by buying jour stove of R. & Wolter. W. P. Ross of .near MillendJle was io our city yesterday. You fan do better on cloaks si Hoffmedster & Heinberg's. All of R. S. Walter's stoves are guaranteed in every way. The fist line of dress goods at Hoffmeister & Heinberg's. Born to Louis Scheper and wife on September 18, a fine boy Dont' forget the cloak sale at Brupnnig & Kerstners D. G. Co v IlartUf of Burfordville i uss in our town Tuse- i'. nines and 0. B. Kinder !;v i homo from Jamestown i-ck. ! . Pormover of this city iwsnipps trip to Arkansas ..Tk. . r"l and wood, call on f limine. Phone 212. ' 1 A good full blooded j o:jjy cow. Apply to till: ilie L. Peterman of a. 'ki visiting in our city a . . P. Browning and .1. ,'IitS. M. Strain visited in '. k io...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 3 October 1907

PROPRIETARY REMEDIES VS. PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS Statistics Show, of the Deaths from Misuse of Drugt In Two Years, Only Three Per Cent. Were Due to Patent Medicines, According to Figures Based on Medical Certificates, The press commltteo of the Proprl "tary Association of America will pre Bent nt the next meeting of that body a report showing the number of nccl dental deaths caused by pntent medi cines In the two years ending June 30, 1!W, as compared with deaths from cither onuses. Almost Immediately after the begin ning of the latest crusade against vroprletary medicines this committee was Instructed to collect data. This work was done through the clipping bureaus, which furnished accounts of all deaths, exclusive of suicide, due to the misuse of medicines, drugs or poisons. The result showed that only three per cent, could bo traced di rectly to the products made by the members of tho association. The greatest care is said to hava been exercised In tabulating tho fig mes receiv...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 3 October 1907

Origin of Scotland's Motto. It was thought by tho Danes to be cowardly to attack an enemy after nightfall, but on one occasion when they wero waging war in Scotland, they deviated from their usual rule. On they crept, noiselessly and unob served, In tbetr bare feet, upon the unsuspecting Scotchman. When near the camp one of the Danes trod upon a thistle and In his pain cried out. This aroused the sleeping Scotchmen, and they gave the alarm. The Danes were defeated with terrible loss of life, and ever since that tlmo the thistle has been the Insignia of Scot land, with the motto: "Nomo me lm pune lacoBslt." "No one provokes ma with Impunity." Tbers 1 more Cetsrrn In thl. ,eetlon of the oantff thsn all other dlseeiiei put together, end uotll ihe lest few yeere wen suppueril to be lucurehle. Fur ft greet Deny ye.re doctors pronounced It lorel dUeen end Prescribed lorel remejlle,, end lie con.t.utly felllriK tocure with lorel treetiuent. pronounced It tucureble. Science bee proven Ceter...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 3 October 1907

BIG BID FOR PRIZE CORN. Uptodate progressive men are deeply interested in the National Corn Exposition, Colisum Build in)?, October 5th to UHh. This is emphasized by a letter from Mr. S. W. Allerton of Illinois. Mr. Allerton is a large owner of corn land in Illinois, and is es pecially interested in so farming as to maintain the fertility of the soil. After expressing his pleasure concerning the Expo sition and calling attention to the necessity of maintaining fer tility and thus securing contin ued good crops, he says: "I think the National Corn Exposi tion has started out a great work, and I feel we sh-juld all contrib ute something to make it a suc cess. I will give $1,(KK) r the best fifty ears of corn shown at the Exposition, and will donate the corn, to be sold at auction, to help pay for this spb-ndid en terprise." Upon lii :) r. j of thi nlIYr, rrrsidenl :' ive V.'.uL.ui '-Vc1 Storo of CV.'ca w ;: .; - ..;-:n-eral nur.a... : .f i'..f i '. .' statin,- t:. V ' : i 1 I Ship, NO...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 10 October 1907

Who Does .Your Printing? , la question that Interest both of us. iftha Harald la not doing ltwbohare lo Inn money. Qualify best, i d $1 (U)"ent to this offloa wll plVv secure you the newsiest paper published Intheoounty a whole yearThe Jackson Herald, Jackson. Mo. Vol. X Jackson; Missouri;" Thursday, October 10, 1907. No, 48 ac Southeast Notes Tho BonneTerre postoffice was totally 'destroyed by r fire a few days ago. H. Pi-Montgomery was killed at Essex last week by Greenfield Crow. I Crow claimed that Montgomery had wronged his daughter. An exchange says: "A lawyer charges a man ten dollars for ten minutes' conversation the man insists on paying it. A doctor charges one dollar for a prescription and the patient says: 'Oh, pshaw is that enuf?' An undertaker charges a hundred dollars for conducting a funeral and he is jnst perfectly lovely with everybody inside and out side the family. A man buys a gold brick and apologizes for not having known better before. An editor walks a mile i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 10 October 1907

W. C. T. I. COLUMN BY PRESS SUPT. Tliriuiifh tlio rnurlfsy of Ihp llorald, this Mince l rrwrveil fur the W C. T. U. It U ciliti'd ly I'fis-. Sni rlnli'mli'ht of tlie V.t T. f., wlm l ii'iiiillili' fur nil Ktnti'nirntii uhli'li iippi-nt In I lilx 'iilumn. V. I'. T. V. WtitcliwnriU: cmp, AiHtate. OrKmlre, Ktlu- W. C. T. V. I'rliuMiilos: T.itnl ul.nt lnvnrt prohibition of tin- lliunr trunV; one utand nnl of binriiN for men nnil women: home prnti'i'timi; oiiuiil siilIiTiiiii' Hiid the teach- InKsof wli ntltli' teniienitue In the pulillo ncliool!. MISSOURI'S SILVER JUBILEE The Twenty-fifth annual con vention of the Missouri W. C. T. U. was held in the City of Sedal ia, September 18th to 20th Delegates to the number of 167 were present. The old officers brought exper ience and the new ones enthusl asm. Everyone came to do something: or learn something and the result was a "twenty- five story high" convention, bubbling over with plans, hopes, spiritual uplift and ardor. Mrs Clara Hoffmann ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 10 October 1907

I i V Jackson Herald KKI'UliLIUAN IN IHMTtCB. I boys.and the company they ke ci. and its bright prospects. It ia It will be worth more than jjo Id. i thes s many- 1 ittlr consideratons II k. L,nsK.... . PUHMBIIKK Jai kSON. MO . OctoU-r 10, 117. nurri tlllit pimtnlfrr m JwKMin, Mn. a t-nnU-rlH nmtUir November 4. lnvf. ivinm for tlu! II KltALD re hs fol lows i-.-. , For one yonr,. i il.OO 8li months o0 Th f montliK a( Advertising Ratkb! Locals flc per line ewsh liiHertlon. ProfesBlnnnl l!nrd 6 jietryenr. L'Uiil Advprtl-n-iient It'irHl rate, Display ad rates, made known on application. to yon and them: in the years to come. ., . , i that maken a town crow. Nature has)' showered upon us her choicest blea sinTR, and with perfect unity The place that gives ft man his j and olFort for the 'good of our 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...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 10 October 1907

Local News Wheat is 95 cents. C. E. Williams is the Houck agent at this place now. Fred Goyert, County Clerk, attended the Cape fair Tuesday. County court was in session Monday. Buy your heatings stoves of R. S. Wolter. A. H. Sander of this city moved to the Cape last week. Cheapest place on heating stoves is R. S. Wolters. R. S. Wolter has the most up to-date stoves. Call on him. The finest line of dress goods at HolTmeister & Heinberg's. Save money by buying your stoves of R. S. Wolter. Prof. C. A. Macom moved to the Cape Tuesday. You can do better on cloaks at Hoffmeister & Heinberg's. All of R. S. Wolter's stoves are guaranteed in every way. Capt. W. B. Schaefer is at tending the fair at the Cape this week. Miss Emily Criddle bought the Macom residence in West Jack son. Alvin Wagner and wife of the Cape were visiting Jackson last week. Underwear at the lowest prices at Bruening & Kerstner D. G. Co. Arthur Templeton of Green ville, Mo, is visiting relatives in this co...

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