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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 31 October 1907

Jackson Herald RKPVnLlCAN IN rOLITiCH." B K. LUSK Priu,i8Hfcii J ACKSON, MO., October 31, 1907. ; nt.crpe at the pontn'tlre at Jnckion, Mo. Mtt wnond-olH'w oitiitor Nvun.lr 4. 1N97. For one year Six mnntln to HIiikIb cnpltm "5 AdTiTtlnlng KiitPH; LH'aU nix eants por llnei'iich Itisertlim. ProfoBHlonal cartlH l.oo perjriar. Lcital adTertltieinurLt legal rate " Dlxpliiy ad ratal Riven on application COURT CALENDAR COUNTY COURT meet In repulnr session In Jackson the first Mondays In February, May and November. TROBATE COURT meets In rejru lar session In Jackson on the Second Mondays In February, May, August and November. CIRCUIT COURT meets In regular session In Jackson ttie first Mondays tn January and May and the third Monday in August. COMMON PLEAS COURT meet at Cape Girardeau In regular session on the fourth Mondays in January, May and September. Don't fortret what your wife told you to get d wrr - town, or you may get it when you get home. "What constitutes a day's work?" We figur...

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. — 31 October 1907

Gleanings Life In the Great Metropolis Mirrored for Our Readers RAPID GROWTH OF NEW YORK CITY UNDERGROUND NEW YORK. An Investigator with a bnt for facts of curious Interest his discovered that while the sky scrapers of Manhattan are pushing to greater and greater heights, the city underground has been growing even wore rapidly. According to his com putation a hundred thousand persons arry on their dally occupations be neath the streets and below the wat ers of Greater New York. Some of Ithese are caisson workers laying the foundations of huge buildings, (employes of the various tunnels push ling their way under the North and East 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. Thero are thousands of small ehops on the east side tha...

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. — 31 October 1907

COULDN'T AFFORD IT. "Papa, I win marry Oeorgel" , "Never!" The young girl's eye flashed, and the hot, passionate blood of her fore fathers, to aay 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 T" "Tour happiness Is 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 It, 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 Hps curled scornfully or thereabouts. "What wouldst have me do, sir?" With Infinite grace he led her to a at. He considered It a great en dorsement to have things come bis way thus. "My child, you said marry." She nodded. "I say elope." She started. "Then I may marry George?" ! "Most a...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 31 October 1907

W. C. T. U. "Beef" Thomas, the polite colored man about Jackson that makes it his business to see that any traveler shall not want for Th.,.,1 ti,.. .-..uMy f thn h.-hii.i. m tie little attentions that' no one M'-H-i' I- ri -i i veil Uit tli Wl. T. I . It Is , , . , r(i:t.-d i y rr.cip.Mntrmin.t . fti... w.c. I but a good colored porter knows . wl-.l- i-,--,.,. .!'.! f,.rllM(it,i..Ht.;10W lo gjv0( say3 no W0U1J. Iq .Mpt-.iin this lutmi. j i i 1 1 . r .t ii i would come to Jackson again soon. For his little ministra tions to them while at the hotel T I W l.-l WiiUmiwumIw: orrnl7', Kilu- w. i'. r. r. riiii 'ipi, T.it.i I alit tui'luT pohtt.it Ion nf I !.r!:u ii..r I ri.ni.-; i.i.Iiiii.I. "uc l,v iaH:cu V"-"" W. ii t Ui 1 1 ;i i fiir tin i utui w-nnrn: Iiiiidc " " " " r l i-i-l ii'ti ; (itiitt ntlt i ii'i' iiihI tin tt';u li iHK ''I- '!' iii' ti iiit'i i,iiuy (ii tl.t- fjtillt HIS DECISION Twenty-five years ago a young - -- '---I man was sent as a special clerk THE PEOPLE WILL BE FREE ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 7 November 1907

The Jackson Heral. $1.009 isant to this office will secure vou the newsiest paper published In the county a whole year The Jackson Herald, Jackson. Mo. Vol. X Jackson, Missouri, Thursday, November 7, 1907. No. 52 Who Ooes Your Printing? Is a question thnt Interests both or us. If the Herald Is not doing It we both are los ing money. Quality best. J. M. A. TEAM WON AT MARBLE HILL TKe J. M. A. foot ball team went over to Marble Hill last Monday and defeated ' the Will Mayfield Academy team of that place to a score of 33 to 0. They did not take their strongest team along but were able to defeat the Bollinger county boys easily. The trip wa3 made overland, the boys leaving here at six o'clock in the morning and re turning ; at night. The game with the Normal at the Cape is not a certainty, as the Cape boys will not come to Jackson, claiming that they would not get a square deal. But the correct solution is thnt they are afraid, the Jackson team's reputation has them bluffed. THEIR HORSE...

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. — 7 November 1907

The Jackson Herald B. r. MISK, Peblleher. JACKSON. I l MISSOURI rec'ocfoui" Children. All those intrusted with the care of the young are faced by a grave prob lem in the case of children who inherit or display precocity. The guiding to maturity of the simple, normal child, who passes naturally from stage to stage of Its development, is a compar atively easy matter. The trouble is largely that the nature of precocity is not understood. Most parents, for example, hail the signs of It with de light, and do all they can to foster them. They treat precocity as a gold mine, to be "worked for all it Is worth," but here they make a great mistake. There are several types of precocious children, presenting vary ing degrees of peril to the training system, and this peril is greatly lessened by a capacity to classify the types. There are certain children, born of healthy and intellectual stock, with fine physiques. They Inherit usually very active nerve-centers, which imply, among other things,...

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. — 7 November 1907

BY 'ARTHUR CHAPTER XVI Continued. Tha suite allotted ma was at tha nd f a gloomy corridor. I threw open one of the narrow windows. The olsy stream below, beating fatllely gainst the walla, almost deafened the voice of tha servant a te asked If he could be of assistance to me. I looked out - There waa a aheer drop of some CO feet That fact vaguely disconcerted me. The words of Dr. 8tarva were a Jarring note that sobered my excitement. When I bad dressed I was almost pre pared to find the masBlve door of my chamber locked or barred. I had en tered the tpldor's web audaciously enough. To escupe might be less almple. The dinner was simply but well eerved In a small dining-room. Had my situation been less serious I might liave felt some humor at the elaborate Reference shown me by my compan ions for the benefit of the two servants who waited on us. Even Dr. Starva followed the lead of Madame de Var sler In solemn If cynical obedience. But did Madame de Varnter believe -me so complaisant ...

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. — 7 November 1907

Local News Wheat is W. Better cloaks for less money at HoflFmeister & Heinberg's. Buv your heatings stoves of R. S. Wolter. F. B. Whetsine is in Sikeston this week. County court is in regular ses sion this week. Cheapest place on heating stoves is R. S. Wolters. The poles for the electric light plant are being placed. See Eaton for Fruitland flour, meal, shipstuff, and bran. R. S. Wolter has the most up-to-date stoves. Call on him. You can do better on cloaks at Hoffmeister & Heinberg's. Save money by buying your stoves of R. S. Wolter. Underwear at the lowest prices at Bruening & Kerstner D. G. Co. All of R. S. Wolter's stoves are guaranteed in every way. Born, to Fred L. Rudloif and wife, of St. Louis, on Oct. liHh, a fine girl. For Sale- A good top buggy and harness. Apply at this office. See our special pillow tops at 10c each. Bruening & Kerstner D. G. Co. Mrs. Sallie Peterman of St. Louis was visiting in our city last week. See Eaton for sewing ma chines, pictu...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 7 November 1907

Jackson Herald KEFVBMCAft IN rOLITlCS. J F. LUSK..., l'vi!M6v.K JACKSON, HO.. November 7, 1(G7. f.ntorec at'llm pontofHce m Jarkann, Mo. torond-clun matter NoTembOT. 1897. For nnrjrmir , Bix monHw Hlmrle MMi Ailvt'fttMwi Hiiteits Uool rIx cent pr Mnc liwertlon. Protin-Aonal card 'Ann id-fyjr. Ll dwi.Wint.ii-lealr T)NpK".y ad rate irlwn nr, application Tfhis issue of he Herald com- Ip'Wtes volume ntrtnber ten. She ie now ten ycara old. Don't we new! backobe for the iinterests of humanity? Not a f spinal column that cannot? yield or bend; but upright, and that 'will fearlesrily express upright ;and just opinions a gentle, honest steadfastness, which is cruel never. If the man who toils fourteen hours a day, wenrs overalls and a checkered shirt, and his wife wears a poor quality of calico, how does it happen that the fellow who never works at allltr.P virinitvof fiorrfonville Mon wears broadcloth and his wife wears seal skin? TODAY. If you made mistakes yester day, forget them. No stre...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 7 November 1907

WHAT IS PE-RU-NA? is It a Catarrh Remedy, or a Tonic, or Is It Both? Borne people call Fernn a great tonlo. Others refer to Peruna m a groat catarrh remedy. Which of theee people exe rightl It it more proper to call Parana a ca tarrh remedy than to call it a tonlo! Our reply la, that Ferona it both a tonlo and a catarrh remedy. Indeed, there can be no effectual catarrh rem edy that ia not alio a tonlo. In order to thoroughly relievo any ease of catarrh, a remedy most not nly have a ipeciflo action on the mn ou membranes affected by the ca tarth, but it must have a general tonio action on the nervous system. Catarrh, even in persons who are therwise strong, is a weakened con Ution of some mucous membrane. There must be something to strength en the circulation, to give tone to the -arteries, and to raise the vital forces. Perhaps no vegetable remedy in the -world has attracted so much attention from medical writers as HYDRASTIS -CANADENSIS. The wonderful effi cacy of this herb has bee...

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. — 7 November 1907

PLANNING-A FARMSTEAD. Soma Suggestions for the Locating of tho Farm Building. The accompanying plan mar proye suggestive and helpful to one who de al rea to locate the farm buildings moat advantageously. In It the buildings are placed In a row 300 feet back of the front line of the house. This will' take them far enough back to prevent smells or unpleasant sounds reaching the home and yet, make them near enough for convenient reach. Placing them In line 60 feet distant from each other nearest the grove we would put the main cattle barn, with a small concreted feedlot back of it, and grass paddock that will never be trod den Into mud at the rear of that. Then 0 e 4 ? - - -J a r ir t r.i o o 'T V o 9 n o O a .-TH O O O Oljj. "M. , '.''t:Tit . 'i i " ? w 1-5 MIAOOW -J t An Excellent Arrangement. comes a large double corncrlb with buggy shed between the cribs, this nearest the house, and next It the horse stable. A distance of 60 feet should prevent fire spreading from one building to a...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 7 November 1907

NOVEMBER SPECIALS Til A 68. a 3d fl DURING this month, November, we are offering the following goods at special Bargain prices. The prices made are good during the remainder of this month unless the goods mentioned are sooner sold out. Our expenses on each dollar's worth of goods are less than if we carried only one or two lines. So it costs us less to do business, therefore can give our customers the advantage of this saving. Our prices will give you a saving of several dollars. Dry Goods Specials a. P ;c;iU o- inches w ide. oer (Sou. I LL Brown I)incvi ir, per vnrd '.i K.;-.-t Pride Bleached P.umst'ieper yard Heavy Canton Flannel per yard 1"' ( io'xl Flannelette per yard 10 Heavy Din's-. (too. Is. will make splendid skirt.s, all wool, loose woven ,2 hi 50' llima. iv.i Clotli. :i- 1. lie.fvy, all vkiu!, ill lake (he place of flannel, is 50 inches wide, woi'iii !)0e at per. yard b'Oi Xi'-e white Mercerized Waitinis, worth 2oc, at per yard .. .17 Clothing Kvery suit will he on the sp...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 14 November 1907

The 'Jackson Herald Si ftrt,ent to thi ffc win flWtsecur you the newslaet paper published In the county a whole i year The Jaokaon Herald, Jackaon, Mo. Vol. XI Jackson, Missouri, Thursday, November 14, 1907. it No.l Who Does Your Printing? Is numllon that Intnrests both of If the Herald In nut cIoIiik it we bolhnrs loo Inn money. Quality best. DAISY DOINGS BY A TRAMP Health is good. Farmers are about done gath ering corn. Monday was turkey day at Daisy. Mr. Rhyiie from Hildcrbrand was at Daisy, Monday. D. F. Sadler, the dentist, was here Monday and was busy all day. Our blacksmith is busy since his brother married and moved on the farm. He is a good blacksmith, but I donV think he knows much about farming; although he is working under a good boss. A Tramp. JOSEPH JAMISON LECTURED Rev. Joseph Jamison, the preacher and soldier lectured at the court-house Monday night on the subject: Were I to live my life over again, what would I do?" He paid high tribute to his parents, his country 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. — 14 November 1907

Southeast Notes A meeting of the General Bap tists of the State of Missouri will be held at Maiden, Novem ber 21st,. It will last three days. Rev. Lincoln McConnal, the evangelist that did so much good for the Cape is now hold ing a meeting at Charleston. The meeting is held in a larae warehouse with a seating capac ity of 2,000. Circuit Clerk Hawkins of Iron County was acquitted last week on a charge of assault on an ed . itor. The editor had published articles attacking the official record of Hawkins and Hawk ins used his horsewhip. An old lady in Stone county got lost in a cedar thicket and was not found till last week She was found in a corn field and only lived a few hours after being rescued. She was sixty eight years old. J. B. Parsons of New Madrid county in jumping from a hay loft fell upon the handle of a pitchfork which ran through him and killed him instantly. Piedmont Banner: All the lit tie spirits, big spirits and old and young spirits, which have been working over ti...

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. — 14 November 1907

Jackson Herald KEPllliLICAN IN POLITICS. B F. (,()SK... . PUBLISIIBK JACKSON, MO. i November 14, 1U07. tntirc at ttm poBtoWRit Jackann. Mo. at coiid-clK nmtUir November 4, 1897, For on year 11.00 Six month! A" HIiikI" ctiple Advertlslnn Hiitenj LooiiIh lx cent per line each Insert Ion. ProftowloiiHl curds M.oo per year, Legal iidvertlsoiiientu lKil rate. I)inpliiy nil lute itlven on application COURT CALENDAR COUNTY COURT meets in regular session In Jackson the first Mondays In February, May and November. PROBATE COURT meets In reu lar session In Jackson on the Second Mondays in February, May, August and Novomlxir. CIRCUIT COURT meetsln regular session In Jackson Uie first Mondays In January and May and ttie third Monday In August. COMMON l'LKAS COURT meets at Cape Girardeau In regular session on the fourth Mondays In January, May and September. Oklahoma will be taken in the union November 16th. Pennslyvania and Massachue setts went Republican last week with increased majorities. Ev...

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. — 14 November 1907

Local News Jackson Coal and Wood Yard Wheat is 90. For buggy poles go to C. H. Wolter. Buy your heatings stoves of R. S.' Wolter. For buggy tops go to C. H. Wolter. R. F. Tuschoff of Appleton was in our city Monday. Leggins for men and boys at C. H. Wolter. S. M. McAtee was on the sick list last week. Good wagon harness for $10 $12 $14 at C. II. Wolter. Cheapest place on heating stoves is R. S. Wolters. Horn, to Georee Pedigo and wife, of West .Tackson.on Octobe 24, a fine girl. You can save dollars by buying your buggies from C.H. Wolter. There will be a grand ball in the hall at Burfordville Friday night. Not. 22, '07. Everybody is invited. See Eaton for Fruitland flour, meal, shipstuff, and bran. Nice road wacrons during the closin out sale for $32. at C. H. Wolter. The Rev. Joseph Jamison nreaced a fine sermon at the Methodist church here last Sun day. Nice top buggies for $36 during the cleanine up sale at C. H Wolter. Our prices save you money. Bruening & Kerstner D. G. Co...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 21 November 1907

The $ flfl2-ent-to-th' offlc. will V VV.aecura you the newsiest paper published In the county a whole year The "Jackson Herald, Jackson, Mo.: Jackson, Missouri, Thursday, November 21, 1907. Vol. XI No.2 ckson Herald Who Does Your Printing? In question that Intornsts both of ua. If tho Herald Is not Ooinn it wo both ore los ing morwy. duality beat. - SOUTHEAST MISSOURI DRAINAGE ASSOCIATION Monday morning a large num ber of representative land own res of Southeast Missouri met in the Commercial Club rooms of the Cape for the purpose of organiz ing; a S. E. Missouri association. The purposes of the association is to bring before the public the necessity of draining and re claiming the wet and overflowed lands of this district of the state and to show what great benefits are tobederived by draining and leveeing against the surplus wa ter which covers a part of this section of the state during the wet season. The people of North east Ark. have a similar organ ization and both of these as...

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. — 21 November 1907

W. C. T. U. Through the CnurUjr of llio Herald, till pace In reserved for the W. C. T. U. It l rdlted by Presa Pupcriiiteailent of the W'.V. T. U., who la repniillle for nil stiitenirntn which appear In thin olumn. W. C. T. V. Watchwords: cato, Anltiite. OrgriilTfl, Kdu- W.C. T. II. Principles: Total abstinence ; prohibition of the liquor tranV; one stand ard of moral for men aud women: home protection; equal sutTernge mid the learn ings of sclentltli' temperance In the public achool. ILLINOIS IS FAST FALLING INTO UN Returns From 18 Illinois Counties Show Sur prising Victories ARE 339 SALOONS; 220 TO CLOS Thus Goes On the Glorious Work A Second War on Slavery Drink to be Wiped Out Thus we are striking off the shackles of thousands of slaves in this our country. Eight hun dred thousand American citi zens are killed each year by a cohol. What an army of slaves The management of the South em railway has taken a stand on the subject of cigarettes. Any employee known to have the cig aret...

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. — 21 November 1907

Jackson Herald KFrrill.ICAN IN POLITICS. n V, LUSK PUHMRIIKH JACKSON, HO , November 14, HK)7. :tilric nt tlippimtnniro at JnrKwin, Mo orond-rluHH mutter iNoveniDor4, invi. For onvnr ....?l.0O Six month. ' Hlngl" ropli'H Ailvertlslu Unti; IacU Bit rents cr lint, vm-li Inwrllun. I'rofi-tlnlonill rurils fsi.no Dprycar. I.eitul tiilvi'rllwiiHiiiti - limil rat IHnplny ml mien iriven (in iipplli'iitlmi COURT CALENDAR COt'NTY COKIiT meets In regular session in Jackson the first Monday! In February. May and November. PROHATK COl'ItT meets in regu lar session In Jackson on llio Second Mondays in February, May. August and NovpinWr. CIIUT1T COURT ineetsin retrulhr session In Jackson tlie first Mondays In January and May and the tlnrd Monday in August. COMMON I'LKAS COURT meets at Cape Girardeau In regular session on tlie fourth Mondays in January, May and Scptemler. they take their places in the Ron-! just ahove tho flitting pebbles of ate, parliament or conrgess to! a highway. Gazing into the...

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. — 21 November 1907

Local News Wheat is 85. For buggy polos go to C. II. Wolter. County court was in session Monday. For buggy tops go to C. II. Wolter. , For your coal and wood see Everett House. Leggins for men and boys at C. II. Wolter. A i:-fi.- Mind of Mirtin bock- Good wagon harness for $10 $12 $14 at C. II. Wolter. Look at the date on your pa per and let us hear from you. You can save dollars by buying your buggies from C. II. Wolter. Rev. M. T. Haw is assistinga revival near Laflin this week. Born, to Everett House and wife, on November 11th. a fine girl. Nice road wagons during the closing out sale for $32. at C. II. Wolter. Nice top buggies for $3(5 during the cleaning up sale at C. II. Wolter. Our prices save you money. Bruening & Kerstner D. G. Co. Miss Koena Shaner conducted the prayer meeting at the Meth odist church last night. Husking gloves and big line of splendid gloves at Bruening & Kerstner D. G. Co. Sole Leather, second hand bug gies at Klein's. He sells them cheap. Rev. M...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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