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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 17 October 1907

The "ierald Art sent to this offloe will VU seoure you the newsiest paper published In the county a whole year The Jackson Herald, Jackson, Mo. w Vol. X . Jickson, Missouri, Thursday, October 17, 1907. No. 49 Who Does Tour Printing? Is a question that Interests both of us. If the Herald Is not dolnu It we both are los ing money, Quality best. Jackson DITCHES FOR WATER MAIN BEING DUG ALONG STREETS The Ponderous Hachine that Does the Digging Attracts Attention The water and light works of our city are no longer talked about being installed, fur work has actually begun. The ditches are being dug on the streets for the putting in of the water main. This works's being done by a ponderous machine that is pulled by an engine and the ditcher makes a ditch 3 or 4 feet deep, throws out the dirt and makes a good clean ditch about 2 feet wide. It makes about 750 feet of ditch a day. At the rate it is going the ditches for laying all the water mains on our streets will be dug in the next ten day...

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. — 17 October 1907

UNITED STATES SENATOR FROM SOUTH CAROLINA PRAISES PERU -NA. Ex-Senator M. C Butler. Dyspepsia Is Often Caused By Catarrh of the Stamaeh Peruna Relieves Co (ai'ft of the Stomaehand Is Therefore a Remedy for Dyspepsia. Hon. M. C. Butler. IT. 8 Senator from South Carolina for two terms, in a letter from Washington, I). C, writes to the i'eruua Mediciue Co., as follows: can recommend Peruna tor dyspepsia and stomach trouble. I have been using your medicine tor a short period and I feel very much relieved. It Is Indeed a wonderful medicine, besides a good tonic." "ATAURH of the stomach is the cor rect name for most cases of dyspep sia. Only an internal catarrh remedy, uch as l'eruna, is available. Peruna Tablets can now be procured. Mw and Liberal Komutnd Regulations In WESTERN CANADA Hew Districts Now Opened lor Settlement Soma of the c hoi cent iBnrlt in the Brain glow ing belts of Saskatche wan and Alberta have recently been opened for settlement under the Revised Homestead Regulation...

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. — 17 October 1907

I ioMk op'ThOeasons wW Various People Arc Anxious to Rla Up tha Tariff. , There are rarlous reason la the minds of men promoting thi dIMre. for a taking up of the tariff aucstlon. In the first place every monufac torer who favors tariff changes ha In , mind the other man, never once think ing that he will be hit ' Secondly, the man who would have a change has In mind lower prices for the other man, not for himself. Third, the salaried class who feels that their situations are permanent This class has always been In favor of practical free-trade. Fourth, the man who has plenty of money with which to avail himself of the advantages to be offered to hltn in the way of low-priced property. In other words, the man who Is prepared to make money out of disaster wel comes disaster. . Fifth, there Is a class of men who think the wage worker Is getting to be too obstreperous, too hard to han dle, all the time wanting more money. A suspension of business, caused by tariff ripping, would, they ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 17 October 1907

Local News Wheat is $1.00. Iron county went wet recently 27 votes. John Bellow has moved to the ('ape. Buy your heatings stoves of R. S. Wolter. Judge J. B. Miller went to St. Louis Tuesady. Trad your old buggy for a new one at Klein's. Buy a nice lap robe at Klein's. He has good and cheap ones. Road wagons at a bargain at Klein's. Bonr last Saurday in this city. to Ora Taylor and wife, a girL Jeweler Ueleke is taking a vacation from business this week. Charles Webb has moved into the east toll gate property. Cheapest place on heating stoves is R. S. Wolters. J. G. Heinbreg attended court . at the Cape Tuesday. R. S. Wolter has the most up- tojdate stoves. Call on him. Tom Hunter of Caruthersville is visiting in our city. Louie Wagner is home visiting his parents for a short while. Save money by buying your stoves of R. S. Wolter. Frank Putz of Pocahontas had business in Jackson, Monday. II. R. Quinn had business in the Federal court at the Cape Tuesday. Born last Friday in this cit...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 17 October 1907

ft ll Jackson Herald KKFTJBLICAN IN roUTICS. B,F. LUSK PUBLISIIKK JACKSON, MO , October 17, 1U07. F.nterK at the poatofllc at .Ucknon, Mo. as sscond-class mutter NoTember 4. lttu?. Terms for tlie Hkhald are a fol lows For one year 11.00 Bis months 50 Three months . 30 Advertising Rates: Locals c per lioe each Insertion. Professional Card 5 per year. Leptal Advertise ments lofrnl rates. Display ad rates made known on application. . . COURT CiLENDIR If there is anything that tor tures an editor more than any thing else it is to publish a $15 or $20 obituary notice about some old, prominent citizen who never had the manhood to take his county paper. Editors fre quently put in such notices at the request of relatives and friends, but it grinds them to eulogize a man to the skies who was too stingy to support his home paper. A three line notice is all such fellows deserve. It does not cost very much to own & home in our town. Lota. splendidly located an&f ample size, can be purch...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 17 October 1907

The Jackson Herald S). F. LUCK rabllaher. JACKSON. J MISSOURI A Responslbls Citizen. The story wu told In the Youth's Companion lome time MO of a mcir ber of a "school city" In Chicago who defeated his teacher In debate on the question of war, which, the boy main tained, Is forbidden by the ' ten com mandments and Is always wrong. Now comes from Philadelphia the story of a girl who was also admitted to cltl cenghlp in such an organization, and who upset promptly all the expecta tions of the schoolmistress. Every teacher who had ever struggled over bar admitted that Marie Tarola was a torment and a plague. There were BOO other girls In the same building with her, but Marie held all records as truant, slattern and mischlet-mnker. This Is the way she appeared to her teachers, but she must have had goci qualities which were apparent to her fellow pupils, although not to the teachers. With the girls of her class Marie was almost universally a fa vorite. After a time a "school city" was o...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 17 October 1907

CHAPTER XIII. Continued. To all purposes, I wai a caged pris oner. The risk I had run to spy on them would be to no purpose unless I .could surprise them at their night's work. I raged at my impotence. Then I thought of the window. Perhaps there whs a balcony. There was no blind at the window, .but wooden shutters ' that fastened with a catch. I pushed open the French windows. Yes, there wag the .balcony, and to my Joy I saw that It -extended the length of the suite. " And now a new difficulty stared me 4n the face. At any moment they might enter the bedroom, and when I tiad gained the balcony, outside the alon, would shutters prevent my see ing within? ' As to the first risk I must take It The door had Jammed before; It would Jam again. The noise made In opening It would give mo some warn ing. I gained the balcony; there were shutters, but I could see readily through the Interstices. It was the apartment we had first entered; and it bore unmistakable signs of having been minutely r...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 17 October 1907

W. C. T. U. COLUMN BY TRESS SUPT. Tl rmuli I In- emirtt'-.y nf I lie MithIiI, this i'irt-t r m i-vim! fur Dip V C. T. I'. 11 l Oilllr 1 liy I'M Mim'tlntrMi ht if 1 in1 W. I T. V.. w lliil- l'i'p.ili-!pli fur il!l "lltlt'lllt'llls Wiit.'h ;1 p r l'i In Iltllll. t. r. -'il'il. CrKriiti'. ICdu- v. . i t i - . i ' . i . i HI i of t, ir,-.'l i hi,.'. . f Hi'll.-.U. I'li'i ,.f ! .n 'I'-iliil iil-t j.H'nri'; f5 . :ii i. lit :iiiti- j till V'.'ni'l;- I'ulltO .'I' II III) I lit' I IMl'tl- . i m i' in I iif imlilif ! ii : i il - ' it'll! Hi-- 1, li,n'l GOOD FOR OKLAHOMA T'u people of Oklahoma will j big ore washer is being installed l:g r. nember the 17th day of j south of town that is connected N-pt.'-i er. 1H07. as the day with the railroad by a spur now w-ik' i closed the long campaign in course of construction. Fur resulting in a victory for Trohi-1 ther out on the railroad are bit ion by a majority of inore, numerous profitable "ditrin's." than 30,000. The Woman's Christian Temperance Un...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 24 October 1907

ckso t ftAnont to this offlca will J)' secure you the newsiest paper published In the county a whole yoarThe Jackson Morale!. Jackson. Mo. Vol. X Jackson, Missouri, Thursday, October 24, 1907. No. 50 Who Does Your Printing? Is a question that Interest both of us. If the Hraki Is notdolnnltwa both are los ing money, Quality best. I he fjr -d Ja n THE HOICK ROAD GREATLY IMPROVED Experienced Men Are Be ing Hired and Schedule Time is Hade The Houck road is now running trains on schedule time. Mr. Houck tells us that he now has experienced engineers that un derstand their business and the public can expect good service. Mr. Houck also tells us that our merchants at Jackson do not give him any of their freight. He says he does not expect all their trade, but thinks that some of the partronage is due him. This looks right and we hope that$ur people will divide up their freight with that road as it is an other case of patronizing home. CANE CREEK SKETCHES BY MEDDLESOME MATTIE Health is gene...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 24 October 1907

If Gleanings Life in the Great Metropolis Mirrored for Our Readers RAPID GROWTH OF NEW YORK CITY UNDERGROUND NEW YORK. An Investigator with a bent for facts of curious interest Ms discovered that while the sky scrapers of Manhattan are pushing to greater and greater heights, the city underground has been growing even more rapidly. According to his com rotation a hundred thousand persons carry on their dally occupations be neath the streets and below the wal lers of Greater New York. Some of (these are caisson workers laying the foundations of huge buildings, (employes of the various tunnels push ing their way under the North and Iast rivers and workmen in the sub ways. In addition to this specialized line of underground activity, there are certain Industries carried on almost entirely beneath the surface. One of these is baking, and It Is stated that nearly all the bread and pastry eaten ty New Yorkers is prepared below the ground. There are thousands of small shops on the east side...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 24 October 1907

COULDNT AFFORD IT. "Papa, I will marry' Gaorge!" "Never!" The young girl's eyes flashed, and (he hot, passionate blood of her fore fathers, to lay nothing of her own, mantled her cheek with an angry flush. The old man was excited, too. Parent and child confronted each oth er, and neither qalled. "Do you refuse me that alone which will make me happy?" "Your happiness la very dear to me, my daughter." The old man assumed a lugubrious tone and bowed his head sadly. But the girl, although she was Just turned 18, had read a few books and divined the situation at once or sooner. "Do not seek to deceive me, papa." "Child, child. It is for your good that I deny your request." The beautiful woman shivered. Her lips curled scornfully or thereabouts. "What wouldst have me do, sir?" With Infinite grace be led her to a seat. He considered It a great en dorsement to have things come his way thus. "My child, you said marry." She nodded. "I say elope." She started. "Then I may marry George?" "Most ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 24 October 1907

Local News Jackson Coal and Wood Yard Wheat is !.". I'.'iy your heatings stovCs of R. 8. Wolter. I'heapest place on heating stovos is II. S. Welters. " Road vajrins of all the late styles at 0. II. Welters. Pee Kalon for Fruitland Hour, meal, shipstuff. and bran. R. S. Wolter has the most up-to-date stovos. Call on him. Attorney D. B. Hays, of the Cape, was in our city this week. Save money by buying your stoves of R. S. Wolter. Dr. C. B. Ruff will move away from the Cape on account of his wife's health. Underwear at the lowest prices at Bruening & Kerstner D. G. Co. D. N. Hall iday is mentioned aa a li mtviatic candidate for Sec retary of Mate. A!' o. ' S. Wn'ta'V- stoves art' l -. .;.r ; u e. :n t kvv way. i Tee -hi.. ;. s.v.i drugs-Lire lias put in ii ' sou a i'o'.im.iin and other fixtures. ,J. A. li -.liellof I'a:-adena, Cal ifornia, is visiting relatives and fri ,s iu this county. So.' our .- i eeial pillow tops at 10c cacii. l'mening & Kerstner D. G. Co. See Eaton for ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 24 October 1907

Jackson Herald HKPVlll.K'AN 1 N I'OLITICE. j H K. LUSK. lMnil.tsiiint Jackson, mo.. utoinr m. w' There never was a preacher or j or lo keep them from believing president, poet or politician who : they were Roing to die when an could please everybody. There j old fashioned stomache-ache had never was a tinker or tailor, ; the grip upon them. There soldier or sailor who could suit j would be no body to take for ice 11 nil Show us a doctor or cream and no small edtion of I lawyer, a merchant or sawyer I flesh, and blood to hag. There who pleases the whole multitude. I would be nobody to light a.ninst The lord himself and all the! being kissed and then take to it ----- -" I angels in heaven never half succeeded in comforting the HitiKif!viipt-K -"S human race. There . is not a .. . ... i thinrfon earth or anywhere else Advertising Uiiti-ai LoeuU lx rents per ' " , llnernrli Insertion. Prwfoiwloiml rnrUH IVoo FntiTfC at llm oiwlotlli e Ht ,ltirK"ii. Mu, lis .jr,.iO'l-clMst omitcr Novembe...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 24 October 1907

The Jackson Herald . P. Ll'Slt, Pabllaher. JACKSON. i t MISSOURI A Diamond Mine. After many false report, It la now pretty generally admitted that a din mond mine baa been discovered In the United Statea. Diamonds bave been found In the past, It la true, In Indiana, Michigan, Ohio, Virginia and Wisconsin, to say nothing of "rough diamonds" in every community; but upon investigation It has turned out that the precious stones have been carried from the far north by a slow moving glacier and left at the point where the ice melted. A 24-carat dia mond of this description was found In Virginia In 1855. The new mine In Pike county, Arkansas, discovered bout a year ago, la in a body of Ig neous rock similar to the rock of the Kimberley mines In South Africa. Tola volcanic rock fills a dike be tween two walls of harder rock. It la exported over an area of a hundred acrea. Since the first stone was picked Dp In the summer of last year more than a hundred and thirty dia monds bave been found....

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. — 24 October 1907

CHAPTER XIV. Continued. I took refuge In allelic. I closed toy eyes wearily. 'Before I bid you good night, elr, I hluk It right that you nhould know that your mother and Bister are In this .hotel At the rlBk that you think me impertinent I dare to hope that your meeting with them to-morrow may be free from any embarrassment or un applneB." He bowed stiffly and left the room. ( stared after him vacantly. The dispatch he had left, gorgeous And brave with Its royal crest and em bossing, lay passively In my hand. And now a new dilemma confronted me. I was supposed to be under the tn&uonce of an opiate; they would not scruple to take from me the dispatch. To allow that might give them such In formation as would make their con spiracy, whatever Its nature, the more affective. To resist would tell them hat I had been feigning. I must hide the papers. But where? It was a bare little chamber; my keart snnk as I noted how bare. I leaped out of bed. Again J threw open the shutters. I could...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 24 October 1907

W. C. T. U. Tl.rc Hi:i-c I- ir-i i vi fl f.ir I ho W t'. T. V. it l 'liti'd I y l'rv Su iii'ii nt i nli rtl uf tin' V. T V., wlm!-. rrnptin-t' lo fur nil stiili-im nt M.li n i n r lii ililn otutnn. V. '. T.V. Wntcliwnnl r:ito, Atrlluttf. l'ritrnle, Kilu- W.C.T. V. I'Hii.'IiiIpi.: Totnl utmtliii'iiri- i lirnlilliitlon of tin- Ilqimr ti nflii': one ntnml ir1 f morula fur nii'ii unil women: limnr prottvtlont equal sulTprwro and llie- toarh Initsnf m'lciil I He trnipi-rniice In the pulillr achmilg. The next meeting of the V. C. T. U. will be held on Thursday afternoon, Oct. 31st, at the re sidence of Mrs. Emma McCombs, led by Mrs. Maggie Hays. A program will be rendered. I The W. C. T. U. is picking up. A great many new ideas are being discussed for the good of Jackson. Among the very best is a reading room for our young men , where they can spend a pleasant evening and not have to loaf around the saloons. In such a good work all thecitizens should be interested as it concerns ev eryone...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 31 October 1907

a&kson Herald Aftsent to this office will secure you the newsiest paper published In the county a whole year The Jackson Herald, Jackson, Mo. Vol. X Jackson, Missouri, Thursday, October 31, 1907. No. 51 Who Does Tour Printing? I a question that Interest both of ua. If the Herald is not dolnn It we both are los ing money. Quality best., The o i cvrrn 3 LUIlLt FROM MILLERVILLE we are going to -have some good roads from the amount of gravel the people are hauling. Mr. C D. Bedwell is back from a trip to St. Louis. . miss jviaoei nun, who is "teaching at Deray, was up home Saturday and Sunday. Miss Bonnie Miller one of the High school students, was out of school a week on account of a a sprained ankle. urover fulbright is going to Doniphan to attend school. Miss Ollie Miller was out home Saturday and Sunday. E. L. Miller is repairing his store porch. U-NO. LOST HIS SEAT AS ALDERMAN By a decision of the St. Louis ' court of appeals, handed down iast week William Donworth loses his se...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 31 October 1907

The Jackson Herald . V. M1IK, PnblUher. JACKSON. MISSOURI. A Diamond Mine. After many false report. It Is now pretty generally admitted that a dial mond mlDe bai been discovered In the United States. Diamonds have been found In the past, It Is true, In Indiana, Michigan, Ohio, Virginia and Wisconsin, to say nothing of "rough diamonds" In every community; but upon Investigation It has turned out that the precious stones have been carried from the far north by a slow moving glacier and left at the point where the Ice melted. A 24 carat dia mond of this description was found in Virginia In 1855. The new mine In Pike county, Arkansas, discovered about a year ago, Is In a body of Ig neous rock similar to the rock of the Klmberley mines In South Africa. This volcanic rock fills a dike be tween two walls of harder rock. It is exposed over an area of a hundred acres. Since the first atone was picked np In the summer of last year more than a hundred and thirty dia monds have been found. The ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 31 October 1907

Y ARTHUR CHAPTER XIV. Continued. . ! t took refuge la silence. I closed tn eyes wearily. "Before I bid you good night, sir, I think It light that you should know that your mother and sister are la thU totel. At the risk that you think me Impertinent I dare to hope that your meeting with them to-morrow may be 'tree from any embarrassment or un iiapplnesa." He bowed stiffly and left the room. I stared after him vacantly. The dispatch he had left, gorgeous and brave with Its royal crest and em bossing, lay passively t my hand. And now a new dilemma confronted ne. I was supposed to be under the Influence of an opiate; they would not cruple to take from me the dispntch. To allow that might give them such In formation aa would make their con spiracy, whatever its nature, the more effective. To resist would tell them that I had been feigning. I must hide the papers. But where? It was a bare little chamber; my heart sank as I noted how bare. I leaped out of bed. Again I threw open the shutt...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 31 October 1907

Local News Wheat is 90. Buggies, Buggies, Damaged. Where? At D. Klein's. . Better cloaks for less money at HofTmeister & Heinberg's. Buy" your heatings stoves of R. S. Wolter. R. M. McCombs had business in the Cape Tuesday. The Herald is 8 pages all home print this week. Cheapest place on heating toves is R. S. Wolters. F.H. Weltecke had business at the Cape Tuesday. Judfire L. F. Thomas was m our city Tuesday. Road wagons of all the late tyles at C. H. Wolters. See Eaton for Fruitland flour, meal, shipstuff, and bran. R. M. McCombs was in St. Louis a few days last week. R. S. Wolter has the most up-to-date stoves. Call on him. Judge W. G. Schneider is able to be out in town again. You can do better on cloaks at HofTmeister & Heinberg's. Common Pleas court is in ses sion at the Cape this week. Save money by buying your stoves of R. S. Wolter. A. E. Dause of the Cape had business in Jackson Tuesday. C. H. Woler is putting in' the ftont in his new building. Tom Lail has moved ...

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