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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 28 November 1907

The Jackson Herald Who Does Your Printing? In a question that Intnre sts both of us. If the Horalcl Is not dolnii It we both ar los Intf money. Uuallty best. Itsent.to this offlo will V lecurt VOU lh imralxt paper published In th county a whole year Ths"Jabksin Herald, Jackson. Mo.J Jackson, Missouri, Thursday. November 28, 1907. Vol. XI No.3 ORIOLE DOINGS BY 'IT'S ME" Oriole is doing well at present. Corn gathering and hog feed ing is the order of the day. Frank and Charles Young have moved their saw mill from Cam bridge to Oriole. J. E. Hargis of Illinois is the blacksmith at Oriole now. He is working for Henry Bowers. Henry Bowers is talking of putting up a corn mill near hia barn. Then there will he a saw mill, a corn mill and a molasses mill at Oriole. Oriole has a new store, barber shop and church and it has good farming country around it. We have a good school, a good Sunday school and good preach ing. What more is necessary for prosperity. Robert Noland of Fruitland was visi...

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. — 28 November 1907

WITH UNCLE BY Maid of the Dreamy Night. Deep In the hush of a sylvan Una Trembling we talked of love There In the shade of the moonlit night. Star and the boughs above! What recked we then of the daylight world T Our waa a night or bllu. ' There with our love In a rhythmic realm Made of a lover' klsa! Ah I 'twaa an hour that waa worth a life There with the stars and you There with the touch of your nectared llpe. Bliss of affection's brew I Deep In the hush of a sylvan lane Often my musings flow. There In the shmle of the moonlit night Truant my heart would go! Seeking the bliss that Is worth a Ufa There with the stars and you Maid of the nectnri'U lips I knew Maid with the eyes of blue! Maid of a dream that Is naught but dream. Maid of the days gone by. Come to me here In the sylvan lane Under the moonlit sky! Oome to ir.e here In the days of toll Bring to my lire Us bliss; Bring 'neath the shude of the moonlit night Love and thy love-warm kiss! Rooster Eggs. Bucklln waa married to...

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. — 28 November 1907

Jackson Herald nKl-IIHI.ll.AN IN l-OLI-flCH. H K. MJSK. . . . Publisher J vi;KS(N, MD., NovcnilierSH, 107. i.t.-rir nt. tliH n t.m-" hi .lHfi(rn. Mo. wxMiiid-rluM mutter November 4. 1H7. Ktir mif year . Six nmntliK Miotic .fl.00 AiIvkiIIkIiik liiitfKi l,.iniU kIx renin per line cucli Insertion. Profewloiml eurds Vhi m-rvenr. f,i'itl inlvcrtlsiMiicniH-lrinil rules IMspluy nil rut iilvi-ii on :iiplciiilim - COURT CALENDAR COUNTY COI'KT meets In lobular scNsicin in Jaekson llio first Mondays In February. May and Novemlier. PUOHATE COI'RT meets In roii larsesslon In Jacl.non cm the Second Mondays In February, Mny, A ujrust and November. CinrriTCOfHT meetsin rojfiiln session In . I .'icKson the first Mondays In .lanuarv ami May and t lie third Monday In August. COMMON PLEAS COI'ltT meets at Cape (iirnrile.ni in icriilar session on tlie fuurtli Mondays in January, May and Suptomiier. Southeast Notes The State of Missouri has re- cieved $12,000 for automobile li cense the past year. A Webb...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 28 November 1907

Local News . Wheat ia 90. For buggy poles go to C. H. Wolter. For buggy tops go to C. II . Wolter. For your coal and wood see Everett House. Good wagon harness for $10 $12 $14 at C. H. 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.H. Wolter. S'quire E. Z. Hitt of New Wells was in our city last week. Nice road wagons during the closing out sale for $32. at C. H. Wolter. Nice top buggies for $36 during the cleaning up sale at C. II. Wolter. Our prices save you money. Bruening & Kerstner D. O. Co. 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. Henry Springer of Gordonville was in our city last week on bus iness. Did you see our big lot of Nov ember specials? Bruening & Kerstner D. G. Co. Buy your coal for the winter from Everett House. He will treat you right. Dr. C. B. Miller and wife of Searcey, Ark., w...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 5 December 1907

The Jackson Herald t AAant to this offloe will PI'VW secure you the newsiest paper published In the county whole yearThe Jackson Herald. Jackson, Mo Vol. XI Jackson, Missouri, Thursday, December 5, 1907. No. 4 Who Does Your Printing? la a question that Interest both of us. IT the Herald Is not dolna it we both are los Inuimoney. duality bast. Local News Wheat is 90. . For your coal and wood see Everett House. J. H. Sawyer of Fruitland had business in our city Monday. Henry Mills has purchased the City Dairy of Geoge Grant. Look at the date on your pa per and let us hear from you. For wood and coal, the best on the market, call up 211. Desirable and useful Christmas gifts at Grant, Elbrecht & Co. J. W. Miller of Brewer, Perry, county was in our city last Fri day. Lewis Beals, colored we are told has been stricken with Par : alysis. Buy your coal for the winter from Everett House. He will treat you right. J. F. Caldwell, our efficient county assessor was in Jackson, Monday. John T...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 5 December 1907

Jackson Herald BBPTIBLICAN IN POLITICS. B. F. LUSK Publisher JACKSON. MO., December 6, 1907. Entered the poatoffle t Jsckton, Mo, M MCond-clM tnatttr Norember 4. 1897. for od jrr Sli month! Slogl coplen 06 AdrartUIng Bate; Looli ti cents per ins wh Insertion. ProteMlonal card par year. Legal dTerttoemenU-legal rate Display ad rates (Iren on application. COURT CALENDAR COUNTY COURT meets iu regular session In Jackson the nrst Mondavi In February, May and November. PROBATE COURT meets In regu lar Bpjnlon 'in Jackson on the Second Mondays In February, May, August and November. CIRCUIT COURT meetsln regular session In Jackson the first Mondays In January and May and the third Monday In August. COMMON PLEAS COURT meets at Cape Girardeau In regular session on the fourth Mondays In January, May and September. If the reader wants to settle in a wide-awake community, all he has to do is to look at'the lo cal newspapers. A wide-awake, well supported home newspaper Is always associated with go...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 5 December 1907

W. C. T. U. Through the courteay of Dm Herald, till, race In reaoryed for the W. C. T. V. It l edited by l'reni HuBerltiteadeiit nf Ibe W.C, T. V., wboU rwBponMlbln for all statement. ablok appear In Mil. column. W. 0. T. U. WuIchwonlMi cate, A (1 title. Ortrriilift, Kdu W. C. T. C. Principles: Total alwtluenee prohibition of the liquor trnfile; one ittand ardof morals for men and womeu: home ' protection; equal aufferage and the teuoli laga uf arlenUnfl teuiurrnnce In the public eckoola. If It Does Not, What's the Us of All These Saloons and Brew eries dying So Hard. Brig. Gen. Aaron S. Doggett says some very plain things in regard to the canteen in the army. He has had large exper ience and knows whereof he speaks. He emphatically says, and can prove all his utteran cea, that the canteen makes mod erate drinkers out of total ab Btainers, and after the total ab stainers then what? Nine times out of ten a drunkard. He has received numerous let ters and verbal messages ap proving his...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 5 December 1907

1 Bruenina I St MO 1 Ifll B. 1 E b S 1U i n Co. Is in "Cahoots"5 With u- m osSj u ea- & Ci & 1 1 Watch this space; we'll tell you ail about it later. if BURFORDVILLE NEWS BV CORRESPONDENT Well, Mr. Editor, as it has been so long since we have seen antyhing in your columns from this corner of civilization it may be interesting to let you know we are still here and everybody seems to be in good spirits. Why should we not be; such fine weather for gathering in crops and preparing for winter. Health is good, except for a few measels, and they have not hurt anyone so far. Until recently the farmers have been receiving more for their products than they have for a number of years, all in aU this has been a prosperous year. Some of our best citizens seem to be rather doubtful as to what 'will be the outcome of the mon ey flurry but let us hope that with the matchless "Teddy" at the helm, that things will be put to rights and soon the old ship of state will be smoothly sailing toward...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 12 December 1907

The Jackson Heral. $1 AAsent to this office will "W secui ire you the newsiest paper published In the county a whole year The Jackson Herald, Jackson. Mo. Vol. XI Jackson, Missouri, Thursday, December 12, 1907. No. 5 Who Does Yoor Printing? Is a Question that Interests both of us. If the Herald is not doing It we both are los Inujmoney. Quality best. d FOUND THE ADVICE GOOD Orsal Singer Hat No Rtason Rsgrst Ha Consulted "Planchstta." ts Mr. David BiBhpham the well known singer, tells the following remarkable story: "0n evening I was quietly sit ting with two friend at a table on which was the little instrument known as planchette. One of my friends, a French gentleman of title, vho, please note, was neither musi ;al nor au fait in matters pertaining 0 the operatic stage, manipulated the machine, which please note again, I did not touch in any way during the seance, if I may so call it. "I asked planchette whether I should devote my attention to opera or concerts. The answer, plainly...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 12 December 1907

JACKSON'S Grandest Christmas Display FURNITURE, PIANOS, ORGANS, CARPETS, PHONOGRAPHS, PICTURES, ETC. TO THE PUBLIC: Day lv day the now Xmas linos of Furniture, Pianos. Pictures. Htiiis and llome Furnish injrs have beeen pouring in until now 1 am ready tn show you a stock that in quality, newness, beauty and com pleteness has never boon equalled in Cape Girardeau County. The assortment is positively amazing in its magnitude, tillinir ev ery nook and corner of my'Three Immense Floors and offering you so vast a variety that you are sure to make a pleasing selection and at much less than you had expected to pay. mm THE "WHAT SHALL IT BE" QUESTION: May seem very perplexing while you think about it at home, but all the diflieulty vanishes the minute you see McComb's Furni ture display. It fairly bristles with suggestions. The error you are most likely to make is to conolude that you cannot afford to gi re Furniture. The truth is you cannot afford not to. (Jive fur niture and you will not ...

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

o o o o () o o ooooccoccooccooccooccoocccocccooccoocooooooocoooooooocooooooooocoooooooooooooo ) o X) () o o ( ( o o p p 8 ( o o o 21 OCOOCCOOCOOOOCOOOOOOOOOOOOCOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOODOOOOOOOOOOO ooco IRISH HORSES AND ATHLETICS. Climate of Emerald lal 8ema to Strengthen 8traln. The history of horses, especially of thoroughbreds, Roes to prove that parts of Ireland and Australia are the very best cradles for horse breeding In either Europe or elsewhere, with England as the second best, perhaps -the equal. The suggestion haa been thrown out that the secret lies In a lime subsoil. The reason for the sup position is a little obscure. The pres ent writer has found that partridges bred on such soU are heavier and stronger and, It seems, fly faster than others: but It is hardly an analogy that can be applied to the horse. There are other curious anagolics. It has long been noticed that the best high Jumpers among human athletes, even when the scene of their feats in America, ...

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

Jackson Herald i C0L0RS SEEI dreams tSr.lTHI.lCAN IX I'Ol.lTllf. I! F. rrin.isTim JACKSON, M). Peeenilier 12. W. Kntrrec at the pnMtitlloe hi .ltelnr, Mo. a ...ind-i'law nttpr November 4. I?'. 7. For one year . Six tnnntha. . .. (Mlla-lp l'ple! . Advertlvltitt ttntea: Local" six rents e Mneeai'h Insertion- Professional eard. pcryear. Legal advertisements legal rates Display ad rate (riven on application. ADDITIONAL LOCAL NEWS - Holiday goods to be had at Mc Atee's. Fresh Oysters and Mrs. La Pierre's mince meat to be had at McAtee's. McAtee's store is headquarters for celery. Staple and fancv eatables al ways found at McAtee's. The sixtieth conrgess is now in ession. Said Reehan directs your at tention to his ad in this issue. The republican nationl conven tion will be held in Chicago, June 16h, 1098.' Knox county went dry last week by a good majority. . 'jhe city of Butler,' Mo., went dry last week by 3166 majority, .For Sale At a bargain, three lots at Schumer Springs. Apply at thi...

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

KNEW HE WOULD SPLASH Pretty "Fixing" wi Wathatand Wer Not for Uaa of tha Man From tha Country. A young man rented a room in a Ninety-third street house, gnya the New York Tress. When ho greed to take the room he noticed that the wash stand was provided with a dainty dotted Swiss scarf and splasher. V1h-h he moved in the muslin draperies had disappeared and had been replaced by mottled bine and white oilcloth. The young man got mad clear through. "What has become of those pretty little fixing! ?" he aaked..'Why. did yon pat this ugly stuff in here?" ; "Beeanse," said the landlady, eoolly, "jon told me you were fresh from the country and I knew youSM -tu get those miulia things all pluH&011ue wp ib no nine, ii you naa been a tfity man I would have left them out it is impossible for a genuini opuntryman to w asb his bands wjtk vt making the water ty. The jty bred person baa been Moused 'to cleaning up in limited apace that he eneariH make mueh fuH about 4ty' WM when the countryman ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 12 December 1907

-1 OnD Extra! xtra! fJ A TERRIBLE CRASH! STARTLING SURPRISES! REDIGULOUS PRICES! LOOK! NEVER BEFORE! NEVER AGAIN! THE GREATEST EVER KNOWN! READ! hhhmhihhim The most sensational sale ot the age! An event that will blaze a trail , through tangled 5 7E THANK YOU S masses of competition and set 'people talking for. miles around and long remembered. wish to thank the pood people of Jackson and sur rounding territory for tlieir liberal pat ronae they have (riven us since we bejran bus iness in .lackson. We regret that we will not be with you many more days, but assure ou some of t lie bltrsst. bar irNins ever known of before and trust that you jrlve vour earnest support as you have during the past, in order to help us to close out this mammoth stock hyChristmas time. ' SAID REEHAN I JUST A WORD ttt (((((- Successor to Reehan & Abraham. . South High Street Jackson, Missouri. GOING UT F BUSDN To our friends and the Public Those who have traded with us for year know tli.it we curried onl...

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

QUIT! A NKAT KVASION. Paator Cauld Not Ba Drawn Into Giving Olroct Taotlmony. Tho wealth parishioner had with him hit paator, and mllea of road were thrown Into cloud) of dust by the plunging automobile. "Halt!" com manded tho officer, but no more at tention, waa given to him than to the flitting telephone (.oloa. Over those poles, however, sped a message, and t the next crossroads a barrier waa encountered and also another repre sentative of the law. "Not only did he break the speed law," complained the constable, when the party had as sembled In court, but be aluo told me to go to the devil." "You He," thun dered the wealthy parishioner, "I never used such language." "We must pro tect our officers from profanity," In toned the Justice. Then turning to the clergyman. 'Terhaps this gen tleman, who will Dot make a mis statement, will tell us whether or not the devil was mentioned in this con troversy." '"Your honor." pleaded the clergyman, "I and my brethren refer to his satanlc maje...

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

W.H. V;l!ar,Pres ;W.C.Cracraft,Vice Pfej. Ed.Howard.Cjh r;Aly n Bos, Asst.Csh'r, Bargains and Money Saving Prices on the Choicest and Best Goods at Bruening & Kerstner D. G. Co. FOR CHRISTMAS BUYING. K havi' a biirstoiv full of up-to-date choice goods that make the best and most useful Christmas pres ents. There are-only a few days left for Christmas shopping, and if reasonableness of price and qual ity and choice selection of goods are an inducement, we should have the biggest business we have ever had. We have a number of things that were bought in Ely-Walker Dry Goods Co. Qreat Remov al Sale we are able to offer at prices way below value. Our Furniture Department is stocked with a nice line of goods at very reasonable prices, goods ranging from a small child s rocker to Pianos. Our Dry Goods department is filled with choice Dress Goods, Silks, Underwear, Handkerchiefs from 3c to 50e each. Hosery, Fancy Work material, Pillow tops, Drawn Work Goods, Shawls, long and square, Glo...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 19 December 1907

D fc3 la fiK:j? Th JaicMsoe Herald Mant to thle efnee will W aeoureyouthenewaleet paper publlahed In the oounty a whole year The Jaokeen I (a a. quaetton tnat mtaraata othofua, If tha Harald ia not doing- It we both are Toe Inrimonay. uuauiy oaai. Herald. Jackson, Mo.: Vol. XI Jackson, Missouri, Thursday, December 19, 1907. No. 6 CARPO'S LETTER FROM CAPE GIRARDEAU It seems that the weather is yet too warm for Christmas. A good many peddlers are flooding; the Cape, selling mer chandise. The Normal basket ball team played and defeated the Chris tian Brothers College team of St. Louis. 46 to 12. December 18th the art depart ment of the Normal will give a Christmas show. It will consist, of an exhibition of different work done in the school. It will end in a real Bohemian supper. On Thursday evening, the 19th, an oritorical contest will take place in the Normal audi torium. Besides the contests there will be other features of interest. The band will furnish music and the glee club will ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 19 December 1907

MCESON'S McComb's Way: K:sv to Huvi.EasvJtn Pav McComb's System is at vou: Sf fvti-i'. iT.u, y M.'.l.' 'X.',lv 1 rAw.i-wrrt'i1 iispiay C J I 1 1 1 1 1 u fl'JO.ifl 11 V U-Pf FURNITURE, PIANOS, ORGANS, CARPETS, PHONOGRAPHS, PICTURES, ETC. uranaest xnnstmas l TO THE rUBLIC: Day lv day the new Xmas lines of Furniture, Pianos, Pictures, Ruirs and llonie Furnishings have lieeen pouring in until now I am ready to show you a stock that in quality, newness, beauty and com pleteness has never been equalled in Cape Girardeau County. The assortment is positively amazing in its magnitude, tilling ev ery nook and corner of my'Tliree Immense Floors and offering you so vast a variety that you are sure to make a pleasing selection and at nnn h less than you had expected to paj THE "WHAT SHALL IT BE" QUESTION: May seem very perplexing while you think about it at home, but all the difficulty vanishes the minute you see McComb's Furni ture display. It fairly bristles with suggestions. The error you are...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 19 December 1907

- occcocccocccocccccccocccocccocccccc ''..1 ( . . . : : ... :. ...: I ' 8 8 ( o o () () o .8 ( o o ) () o C) o 8 o C) () o a o o o u o 8 o o y o o o 8 o 8 o o 8 o o o r LOOK FMI THIS lAS.lt . .. . """ BUYING at Miltenberger's creates a feeling of confidence and satis faction that you have bought the Right goods at the Right place and at the Right price. - For Your Holiday Purchases Trade With Q. MILTENBERGER & CO. Overcoats We can save you money on an Overcoat. Have extra values For Men $6 to $15 For1 Boys $2 to $5 Cloaks We will give you spec ial prices on all our La dies' Misses' and Child ren's Cloaks. Furs and Felts A nice and complete line of Furs and Children's Felts. Nothing more suit -aVile for Christmas gifts. Pillow Tops A nice line of Pillow Tops and Pillow Cords to to match. A Nice Xnms present Leggins A full lineof Totjues and Jersey Wool Leggins for Men, Ladies and Children. Men's Suits Now is the time to buy buy a nice suit of Cloth ing. We are making special pric...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 19 December 1907

Jackson Herald KXrCBLlCAIt IN K) LI TICS. B F. LUSK Publish it JACKSON. MO., December 19, 1907. CatereC at the poetolflca Jace-soB, Mo. a second-class natter Norsmber 4. 1M7. For oae veer ... 81i months fling-le copies ... ..11.00 .. Ao .. .oS Advertising Rates; Locals sis cents per line each Insertion. Professional cards per year. Legal adrertlsements legal rates Display ad rates g Wen on application. COUIT CALENDAR COUNTY COURT meets In regular emlon In Jackson tlie first Mondays in February, May and November. PROBATE COURT meets In regu lar session In Jackson on the Second Mondays In February, May, August and November. CIRCUIT COURT meets In regular session In Jackson the first Mondays in January and May and the third Monday in August. COMMON PLEAS COURT meets at Cape Girardeau In regular session on the fourth Mondays In January, May and September. Next Wednesday is Christmas. We wish all the readers of the Herald a merry Christmas. Roosevelt has announced pop i tivciv that ho wi...

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