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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 7 November 1901

The Jack CIRCULATION 1000. ji.oo m iesb. .sBMMiW.BSaM.aaaBMiSMBBB.....1M.BM. , 7. , . . Z T . - ; m . ' I: 8. F. LUSK, Editor. IN THE INTEREST OF THE PEOPLE AND THE REPUBLICAN PARTY. . 'ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. YOL, i. JACKSON. MISSOURI, THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 7, 1901. E.O. 52. I i r ttopyrlf trt4 toes bv (be ; vmormm. CHAPTIHI I -A pur of avwtrr te. rolls urutvr i-harsra of Corp. CnMllr, oa) era to aaa IYmkIm. eBaeaaas aa at Ow Sea ana are ooraUd to bousA am old see aar. A rena. rovma prtaaee, fosta. toj leeaat boara IB train srati the beamta est a voonar I tvala aad U atruak eaaaes peessn sagus rs ansa, w. . Ha trie t make fco OUt IB 'CRAPTUTt II. vuyweaami discover at). m Metaon Kay. diaoblee ol Col. Rar. Ba haa an enoouDter vrlih a dnmseB roonilc. Murray, who umi rmau. Earlv aaat . Btornina- in on rearon ear la lucwrtt Br., caused tor baaMaar o( Journal boxes. Ma tn. KMiaf uaraijr aaeapa wiib inesr traas. Btuyvweaart help riwaue Uanr, but li eeverely Innwa aflsa Kay helps Jan...

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 1901

rrr- Jackson Held. -j BEI'VBUCAN !! I-OUTICI. B. fcUSK.. .1'CBLISHBU Kdiiw at the pontofllr. t Jackson. Mo., aa aaceod-claaa matter K'orepibar 4. 181(7. Term for the Hebald are as fol io war ' For one year , . 1.00 S1XBn,nUi:.-. ,50 Three months .30 rnonn: Ofllc Itaaldance.. . lid 142 JACKSON. MQ NOV ?. 1001. Last "Tuesday another rejwbH can victory was won.- New York City went republi can by; 30,000 majority. Tam many got kuookod out at last, Again wo aro reminded o! Abra ham Lincoln's words, "Vou can't fool all tho people all lbs timo." Ohio, Nebraska, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, Iowa, Now Jersey anil lihodo Island also went re publicuu. Virginia, Mississippi and Ken tucky went democratic by do creased majorities. It is rumored that a demo cratic daily will be started at the Cape. Tihs Pan-American exposition closed lout Saturday with a Iohs of f 3,000,00c. The Daily Republican is still a Tegular visitor to our desk, and it getB better ull the timo. Jcdoe Fort will bnvo a for mid...

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 1901

S LOCAL HAPPENINGS. $ Wheat, 03ct for sixty-pound wheat, lc extra loreaca addition al Kund over sixty. IJea Rudert, of Tilsit, was in town yesterday. For all kinds of beaters go to Meier Uros. 11. L. Jones and wifo went to St. Louis Monday. J. A. Snider bad business in iHt. Tenuis InHt. wfink. llenrv Dehrcns is handlinc lachsbart s broad. A. C Ford has received his now delivery wagon. New fall eooaa now in at Bruening & Kerstnor's. - Emanuel Milde wont to Allen ville yesterday on business. Call at Bebrens' grocory store, one door east of the old stand. If 'yon' want to hear all about tho Boer war gu to Turner hall November 15. ' Solo leather at Welters'. F. A. McOuiro went to St Louis last week. For eood buggies go toWoiters. Born, on November 3, to Alvin Boas and wife, a boy; Bargains in buggies. Wolters. Born, on November 4, to Joe Vanco and wife, a girl. All styles of saddles at Wolters. Mace Snider came up from Whitewater yesterday. White kid caps at Hutchison & Co. G us...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 7 November 1901

Much Ado About Nothing. The southern newspapers are going off half cocked as usual. It has always been the misfortune of the southern poople to be con trolled by their prejudices and not by their reason and pood Judgment. This man Washington has been endorsed by the entire southern press as the foremost representa tive of his race, as one who was doing more for the roal advance ment of the negro than anyone else. The fact that President Roosevelt took lunch with a great educator and the best type of a numerous people did not In the leaut signify that he at tempted to put htm on social equality with himself or recog nized the negro as a tit mate for the white man. And yet these southern fire-eaters jump at this conclusion without one moment of cool thought. When Koose vclt as president of the United States lunches with Minister Wu, of China, or tho officials of Porto liico, or some Cuban, tuch as Maceo, for instance, or some South American or African dig nitury, docs that moan ho ac ...

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 1901

:. The $1.00 PER YEAR.' CIRCULATION 1(100. IN THE INTEREST 6F THE PEOPLE AM) THE RKPUKLICAN PARTY. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR IN 'ADVANCE. B. F. LUSK, Editor. JACKSON. MISSOURI. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER '14, 1901. Is (VI. VOL. 5. 1 :7 5 ''I V". fCopyrtghltl to-o ty th J. CBAPTKH I A prty of cavftlrr f VrulU uurtuc char o( Corp. CoiiDt1r. e Ky to Sn rrniwtmo. afe-mc cam tU Off i ud am oupvCftd to too! M old, un m4 or. A rtOM4 foosc pHv, Footr fa oe of tb ramiM. At Ovptoti PUnmreorat baw4 tbo train ao4 tfl struck rUk tb tiuty of roup lwt cwm- Kll trWo to nui hr oqukxju, t la vnucxttfl. CHAPTBR Il.-4tarvenat Alavowtr fao EMarUm liar. daWtier of Col Ray. Ho u an oacounter wftta a druftk rwcruit, I array, who iwtan rrnffO KHy rxt Qomir.C th oL4 rvorntt oar la dtarorend a Are. caujrd bf baiUJaf of Journal boxeo, and tb loidlfra barely wH with thc Uvea. SUtyvaot heipt reocua Munr. but hi aavaralr bumcd. Mlas flay helps tend Uia Injured, InoltiAlcc fituyiraaaat. Fol iar. nithuuKti lujurcd, drclarra be l...

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 1901

Jackson Hekald. RxruBucAir isr roMTica. B. F. LUSK. ...... . ...... Punusiten Kdtrt atth pntifflrr Jtirksnn, Mo M Mna-clai! matter November i, 117. Terms for the IIbkald arc as fol low: For one year. ... , 1.00 Six month i so Hires month , 30 omoc liesld.ncu. Mm ...... I JACKSON, MO., NOV. H, 4- 1 .. Why docs not Capo Girardeau start a socialist paper? Or all tbo abominable things In existanco the gossip, 3 tho worst. Every community has them, and Jacksou,is 00 exception. Let us have good, thorough fares to Jackson, and then if our merchants will let tho people know what bargains they have trado will increase. Selfishness is the greater drawback to buppincsa and gen eral good fooling of aoy other desire, and. wo are forced to ho lievo Rs much of it exists to Iho square inch in Jackson than any other town in southeast Missouri. We hoard a tuau suy tho other day that Capo Girardeau business men wore not afroid to spend their money like those of Jack son. Ho said that Capo Girar deau m...

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 1901

'I? A 1 ' 'it f LOCAL HAPPENINGS. 7 f ' I Wheat. 6,"3ct8 for sixty pound 1 yheat, lc extra for eacli addition c l pound over sixty. t Probate court Is in session this eek. N. P. Stearns, of Millerville, .."was in Jackson Monday. ';; Some of our correspondence ' was crowded out this week. A new Presbyterian church at -e Capo is in process of erection. i'V For all kinds of heaters go to j Meier Bros, 'I C. 8. Morrison and wife, of Doray, were on our stroots last $ Monday. Ch49. M. Behrens bought a fine piano last week from a St. Louis firm. Henry Behrens is handling Flachsbart's bread. The president has Bet Thurs day. November 28, as Thanks- Civ ins; day, Webster Davis will lecture in r Turner hall on Friday night, 'Lovember 15. 1 Hoar H. L. Davenport on woodcraft and fraternity at the if court house tonight. t A. J. D. Burford haa been on the sick list for the past few weeks but is getting better. Ed. Hendricks has bought property in Capo Girardeau and will tuovcto that place soon. C...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 14 November 1901

County Court. High t-of-wiiy from Mnry WUkcnlng presented by road and bridge com missloner ordered f11et.r Contract by rotvd and brld(r com mlsaloncr on bridge Across branch on land of Dr. Marknl approved, find a warrant for $65 allowed to L. J. Devoro. When to Use Shall And Will. "At what timi! shall you be at liberty!" is tho correct form when you "de&ire information, not consent or a jirorni.!." 'At what timo will you or at liberty?" is equivalent to "At what limes jare you willing to bo ot iibcriy?" It implies Unit Ieinff at liberty ie on the will of. the Report of rond and bridge commis loner on bridge rvcrotw branch near I dependent Uact 0reZ;7radTert.He.n- f f'T Road and bridge commissioner pro- sha11 J'ou ,,e at liberty?' Is Hon ted report on bridge near Fred equivalent to "At what lime arc Best. Continued. you Boinjf to bo at liberty?" Ilond and bridge commissioner re- honr nt liberty ifl regarded ns ported cost for bridge near C. Ilorg fleld to be t27S. Ordered to adve...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 21 November 1901

The Jackson Mem CIRCULATION 1000. $1.00 PER TEAR. MM .-'', -4 MO ,". f . j? am no 'j V 1 It f j in a A , .- : .. . ' - . , In. F. LUSK, Editor. IN THE LN'TEltEST OF THE PEOPLE AND THE REPUBLICAN PARTY. ONE DOLLAB PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. I VOL. 5. SACKSONrMISSOUIU, THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 21, 1901. ISO. 2. I .j, ' . ! ... . i - ,. ...-L. - " ,--: 1 ' -TT-T ' '. tCopyrlrhted 100 Yy th. BTffUVfUS. CTTAPTRB 1 A party of cavwrir fw- srulta ruiu under chary-, of ixirp. t.ormeoy. way to Has rraw. elu-na-e cam M Or en and ar. tonpollid to board aei old. laa wsed ear. A refined youac DrtvMe. eVstea, aa aa of tha racrutt. At l)din l,twt. tny-veaant board tha trahl and u .truck arxa tne beauty Ol a young leanai Iv of a young leanal to raawa -t f-"1 rer. n iriaa to m but Is tin.uoaaii.ful. CHAPTEIt II -flrrryveaacit dlreover. stt at Marlon Hay. dawjatiter of Cot. Hnr Ha naa an encounter with a drunken rweml Murrar. who nifln rvewjrL J-.arrv Mil aaornlnv the cjkl recruit oar la dureov-rrea a nr., ciuim ...

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 1901

Jackson Herald. RBTOBL1CAN IS rOLITICS. f 1 : -r ,-- 1 B. F. LUSK Publisher Catered mt the potofllc at Jackson, Mo., as lecend-claat matter November 4. tan. Terms for the IIxhALD aro aa fol lows: , . For one year 11.00 fill months 50 Three months 30 mount fllce Its taaitlence '. 1U JACKSON. MO., WOV. 21, 1901. Resolutions of respect and cards of thanks published io the Herald at half rates. If yon want them published free don't send them to us. What are necessary qualifies tions for a politician f Olii democratic exchanges of southeast Missouri are advocating primary election oT'nbmlnees. It is a cose of you set out and let us in, and not so much toveof party that some" people advocate different' men in office. Hope this will not apply to Capo county. It is bo strange how some news papers doclaro their, intention to support those men who are for the good of the country, and then to note how angry they get if their man is not nominated. At the primary conventions over the county is t...

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 1901

LOCAL HAPPENINGS. S Wheat. 04ctb for ixty -pound wheat, lc extra for each addition. l pound over sixty. Meier Bros, for silverware. Next Thursday Is ThanksKiv ing day. For all kinds rf heaters go to Meier Bros. Mrs. L. N. Torrence is on the eiclc list this week. t E. Z. Hitt, of New WelU, spent Saturday in Jackson. Hubbcr boots for men and boys at Meier Bros, at low prices. Trof. A. E Itandol has our thanks for subscription favors. Harry Smith is painting the court house- cupola this week. Meier Bros, have now a full line of stationery. Mrs. Emma Harenbere is planting shade trees in her yard in West Jackson. The largest lino of sofa pillows ever brotfjrh to Jackson at Hutchi son & Co. Soo Wood Mercantile Co.'s ad elsewhere of the slaughter sale of their entire stock. Rkntlan flrtuci Kfnhvrs tinfinn. berjr, point lace and embroidery materials at Hutchison & Co. I. 11. Poo has been appointed by the county court as superin tendent of the poor-farm for an other year. The entire ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 21 November 1901

County Correspondence. I CUUM1. y , November 11 Wheat in look ing somewhat scattering eince the worms made their raid. ' , Goorpe Stephens Bold his' farm aoar Cramp to Jess Wilkinsoo, and will bood move to Bollinger county dear Laflin. We have a sawmill in our set tlcment i loonted near Verl Mor gan's. This will be an advantage to the farmers. Willie Rhodes is still lingering alone with the heart trouble, lie has it so bad now that he is en tiruly unablo to carry his gun with him when he goes shouting Will Cochran is almost well of this complaint 6incc he has been hunting so much. We have been wishing for Willie's recovery but his case is utterly hopeless as he la afflicted in the lattt stage. Rev. John Hcadrick preaches at Crump every second Saturday Bight and Sunday. Wilson Morgan caught the largest possum that has ever been captured In this part of tbo coun try, it is said. School is progressing nicely tinder the management of O. S Keicl. We would lo glad to hear of Jackson and s...

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. — 28 November 1901

The Jackson CIRCULATION 1000. $1.00 per mr B. F. LUSK, Editor. IN THE INTEREST OF THE FEOPLE AND THE REPUBLICAN PARTY. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. VOL. V. . JACKSON, MISSOURI, THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 28, 1901. to' 5 'i RAY'S DAUGHTER llv General Chab. Copyright 1900 by the; J. SrifOffBB. nTAPTTO I A Barer el cawatrr trvitta undvr rtiara of Corp. Conn HI r, om way to Has FraocbMo, afeaa tars M Ok tea and an tutnpeUad to boaad aa otd, iu a oar. A rtfinaa rooac prtvaJa, Kot-, la en of tlia raorvtLs. At OaWn IMvL BtarvoaaBt eoaras U train tati U struck rua tha twaaty ' -ra frmr paescn- Kr. Ha tries tu' man bar aoquahttaaca, t la raauosssfii. CHAPTIHI H. Storvfsasit discovers ati Si Marlon Kay, auht of Col. Kay. 11 aa an encounter with a drunJcan recruit, Murray, who iwcan reveoce. Early neat anornina the old racrult oar la diacovarea aa flra, eauaed by hasting- of journal boxea, aaa tba aoldlera baraly aaoapa with their Uvea, fltuyvaaant help, rescue Murray, but la severely burned, (ule ...

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 1901

Jackson Herald. REPUBLICAN IW POLITICS. B. F. LUSK ItJUUSHBK Knter th pnntortW r Jnclmotl. Mo., Mcmd-claa natter Novorabtr 4. 18W. Terms (or the Hkkald are as fol low: For ooa.year. ........... 1 1.00 Six months .BO 1 tirea months 30 mourns; OBi IW $Mldftp'...... .., , 42 JACKSON, MO.. NOV. 28. JOni. Resolutions of respect and cards of thanks published in tho Herald at half rates. Jf you want them published frco don't send them to us. Somebody give us electric lights. Let us have a railroad through Jackson and on to Perry ville. - -: A little hfind of C&pa repub licans seem to have been out to Jackson at a 'at hour one night last week. Bro. ' Mack miys "w hat in hill do they want with Hill for precident." Better call him oil or Mack may lose his rcligioD. .They say "every dog has his day," hence there in no use worry in? about men holding office too long. The poople will fix that when they got ready. ,XVHO soys that the curbing and other improvements does not make Eaut Main stre...

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 1901

S LOCAL HAPPENINGS. I W Wheat, OOcU for sixty-pound wheat, e extra for each, addition al pound over sixty. Jrfeior Bros, for silverware, Wrn. B. Beach is working at the Cape this week. For all 'kinds of heaters go to Meier Bros. Helen Watkins is visiting rela tive at Brookfleld, Mo. Hubber boots for moo and boys at Meier Bros, at low prices. John Howard, of Crump, has taoved back to Jackson. Meier Bros, have now a full line of stationery. Mrs. Harry Hope, of Chaonia, is visiting in Jackson this week. The largest lino of sofa pillows ever brougb. to Jackson at Hutchi son & Co. H. S. McFerrou ia building a new house on bis farm. Sanford muat moan business. Shetlan floss, zephyrs, batten be re, point lace nod embroidery materials at Hutchison & Co. August Bogs, of Bismarck, is visiting relatives and friends in Jackson for a few weeks, Meier Bros, will handle a larger lino of holiday goods this year than ever before. On the 15th of this month a fine girl wus born to Ernest Wagne...

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. — 28 November 1901

1 u ; Ml-', i w. 1 ., Hi V .V! ' I v) I I The Chrysanthemum Festival Last Thursday and Friday the ladies of the Presbyterian church held their second chrysanthemum festival and baby show at Tnrner hall. The llowers wero Brood and and a (urge variety was on exbl bition. On Thursday evening the mothers displayed at the baby show their babies. Each mother howl the finest baby, from her stand point, but the judges awarded the first Drize to Mrs. Ben Green's baby, tho second to Mrs. G. S. Cannon's, and the third to Mrs. A. P. Behrens. Thursday night an excellent musical and literary Droaram was given by the children and literary people of the town. To say tne audience was pleased with it is putting it mild. On Friday night another liter ary progrnm was rendered. Space forbids us to speak of each separately, but we will have to CBtf tl fain am.la fn n L - . 1 little ones, who did so well that v?o feel like giving unecial men tion. Jtobert Ralph Kussoll said "Washington was great, Lincoln ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 5 December 1901

Time Jakn Merald. mwy B. F. LUSKTEiliton " IN THE INTEREST OF THE PEOHE AND THE REPUBLICAN PARTY. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. Vol. y, jACKsoiTmssouiti. tiiuusday December 5. 1901. oM. ' y . '''.- 'J;-4 i MOTHERHOOD Tho greatest ambition of Amer ican men and women is to have borne blessed with children. Tho woman afflicted with femalo disease- is oonstBntly menaced with becoming a childless wifo. No nicdiolno can restore dead or gans, but "Wlno of Cardul docs regulate derangement that pre vent conception ; does prevent niitf-inrrlage j Jc,( , est ore wor.k functions and sbnUered ncrvos and doe bring babies to homes barren and desolate for years. Wlno of Cardul (fives women the health and strength to bear heal thy children. You can get a dollar bottlo of Wlno of Cardul from yonr dealer. imiE"ARDUI 143 Market Street, Afi-mnhia, T-nn ..(! , i ton. I February. IWI, I tooic ono bottleof Thedford's niack-Drsuffht. i hajLo married fifteen years and bad never glren birth to a child until...

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. — 5 December 1901

' " . '...J' 'J.' . - . ' r . : Jackson Herald. RKPUBMCA! IX POLITICS. B. F. LUSK PUBUSHKB RntereC at the pnntnfllcit at Jtrtmn, Mn., mnwuiI'cUm tuttbU'r November 4. 1W7 Term for the Herald ire an fol lows: For-one year 11.00 6x months M 7 bree mootlis 80 OfBre , Hosidanc. 14K 142 JACKSON, MO.. IKC. 6. 1901. Resolutions of respect and cards of thanks published io the Herald at half rates. If you want them published free don't send them to us. Cafe Girardeau wants boxes. Jackson has them. mail Cape Girardeau wants an 'opera house, so does Jarkson. "Equal rights to all, special privileges to none." Thai Is right. Practice it. Hon, A. F, toiiRiNER, secre tary of the republican state com mitt co, is a candidate for the position as collector of interinal revenue for the eastern district of Missouri. We notice by our exchanges that many of our moro pros perous towns are having rural free delivery. From what wo know and have seen of this sys tem wo think it a good thing, and Jackson ought ...

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. — 5 December 1901

is 1 5 mi, t LOCAL HAPPENINGS. S Wheat, 70cU for sixty pound wheat, lc extra for each addition hi pound over sixty, i Meier Bros, for silverwure. Mrs. Daniel Lape is still quite (sick. For all kinds of beaters go to Meier Bros. H ; J. P. Camp came home a few days ago. For a good mackintosh see Meier Bros. Andrew Stevens moved to the Cape last week. Buy your fruit cake from 8. W. Brown. Henry Bungert, of Friedheim, was In Jackson Monday. Men's and boys' sporting goods at Mcior Bros. II. A. Uelrakampf returned from St. Louis last week. Evorvthine Rood to eat nt a V. Brown's. Mrs. J. F. Caldwell, of Miller ville, is reported quite sick. Meier Bros. Lave now a full line of stationery. H'tncs Clippard is building a sew house in West Jackson. Rubber boots for men and boys at Meier Bros, at low prices. J. W. Madden and family moved to the Capo last week. How about a nice lap rcbe for Xmas. Woltera has them Mrs. A. L. Bryte is in the connty filling her appointments Wolters has a very large ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 5 December 1901

Heaven It His Home. An editor died ami slowly vended hia way down to where he Blip posed a warm reception awaited him. The devil met him andsHid: For many years thou hast twee the blame for the. bad spell injr. that tbo printer has gotten off in the paper. The paper has Cone for one dollar, and alas, the dollar has fulled to como in. The printer hat bedeviled theo for wagas when thou hasn't a far thing to thy namo. People have taken tho paper without paying for it, and cursed thee for not getting out a better sheet. Thou hast been called a deadbeat by the railroad conductors when thou baa shown thy annual pass to his envious gaze. All these things thou hast borne in silence. Thou nhalt not enter here." And as the editor turns and walks away, Satan mutters: "Heaven is his home, and besides, if I let him in hero ho would bare been dunning his delinquent subscrib ers and thus creating discord in my kingdom." Hickman Couuty News. A bod bug that was being re lentlessly pursued by a busy ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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