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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 9 March 1905

3 V ' . V The Jackson Metaled, i -J B. F. LUSK,' Editor. V C; IN THE INTEREST OK THE PEOPLE AND tJiE REPUBLICAN PARTY. $1.00 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE vol. viii. Jackson, Missouri, Thursday, march i, 1905. no. 17 - t. - .... ,v . a 1 a gn m 5 5 fmrriTrn I LOCALS 21 fimtHiittiiiiiimim!) Wheat $1.07 to-day. Jas. Davis of Fruitland was in Jackson last week. J. H. Sawyer and wife of Fruit laad visited in Jackson last week. C. H. Woltera was quite sick last week. He is getting better. For clover, timothy, red top nd everything for farm and garden spring sowing can be had t McAtee 4 Buerkle. Hear free conoeti by "Prof. van Winnie uuiu i. ui., Friday, Maroh 10. Hear Osbron at the Turner hail next Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday nights. Mrs. R. M. McCombs and daughter Helen returned from o their visit south last week. Farmers who are thinking of making wire fence should see the Pittsburg Perfect fence wire a old by C.,W. Henderson v Lost Between Jackson and Cane creek, a red hat. Finder will return...

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. — 9 March 1905

Jackson Herald. RKPCBLICAN IS rOUTlCS. B. F. LUSK PfBLIHHK KntrC t tta pnntoflW t Jnrktnn, Mo. a wond-rliun wttr NoTembrr 4. 1W7. Terms for the Hkrald are a fol- ,ow: i im Tot one year "" x month $J Three month ..! Advertising Katks: Locals o rr line each insertion. Professional Card 5 per year. Leml Advertise-iwnts-lefral rate. Display ad rates made known on application. Olfle Residence ... 14 145 jackson. mo., march . inor.. Announcements. FOR MARSHAL. We are authorized to announce U. N. MILLER as a candidate for marshal of Jackaon, subject to the will of the people on April 4, 1905. So Representative Kies has left Niedringhaus. Theodore Roosevelt was in augurated last Saturday. The Commercial club of Jack eon organized Tuesday night. Kansas is going after the Standard Oil people. We hope they will win. Jackson has become aroused and she is going after all kinds of needed improvements. The Herald is for any im provement or enterprise that will benefit or elevate any of the citi ze...

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. — 9 March 1905

Additional Locals. County court proceedings next week. V. B. Schaefer went to St. Louii yesterday. The Missouri general assembly will probably adjourn March 20. Rev. Theo. Whitfield will preach at Cane Creek school house next 8unday afternoon. We are authorized to announce that Rev. A. T. Osbron will preach in the court house next Sunday night at 7:10 p. m. Call at Morgan Sisters for some of the advanced spring styles in walking hats, caps, veils, ribbons, etc. Remember we are agents for the various styles of goods han dled by Chas. A. 8tevens of Chi cago. Samples can be seen at our store. Morgan Sisters. . The Overseer states that Fruit land A. O. U. W. lodge has twenty-three members, when she only has seventeen. This is like many other statements our Mis souri Workmen are making now. Theo. Clinton and Harry Nor ton, who were arrested and put in jail here as the supposed Gordonville bank robbers, were released yesterday. They called at the Herald office and received a few exchanges...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 9 March 1905

Dental Notice. I have located in Oak Ridge a a a HKSIDENT m:TIST. Will practice dentistry in all its branches. Examination and con sultation free. Office at Central hotel. Dr. Joseph H. Howard. Real Estate Transfers. Augusta Heider and husband to' Bertha Erase. 42 65-100 acres in see 10, tp 32, r 13, 1250. August Hoffmeister and wife to Wm. Bodentt?in, undivided in terest of one-fifth of 111 16-100 acres in survey 2205, tp 31, r 12, 81000. James C. Clippard and Hines Clippard and wife to George Kauf -mann, lot No. 7, Morgan's second Addition to Jackson, $250. J. C. Reed and wife to J. W. andCha.9. Caldwell, 10 acres in' Hfxj 16, tp 32, r 13, 1550. j Wra. Willeke to Herman Ra-. inch, lots 23 and 29, Cape Girar- 1 deAU, quit claim, 11500. , Wm. Paar and wife to Delia H. Davis, lot 10 of outlot 27, Cape Girardeau, $900. Edna M. Wilson to Aug. Vogel sang and Henry Vogelsang, lots rt, and 10, blk 10, Cape Girar tipan, f"75 Sophia Brandesto F. W. Beck- I man, lot 29 r C, Cape Girardeau, T...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 16 March 1905

TltHE $kmmU HEfgMJ)), B. F. LUSK, Editor. i IN THE INTEREST OF THE PEOPLE AND THE REPUBLICAN PARTY. 1- f t .00 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE VOL. VIII. JACKSON, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MARCH lt, 1905. NO. 18 LOCALS Wheat $1.05 to-day. Joseph Milde is on the sick list. Chains 35o and up at Klein's. Geo. H. Grant moved to the Henry Elbrecht farm Monday, Back bands from 75a up at Klein's. J. A. Sadler is going to estab iisn trading Headquarters in Jackson. Lost Between Jackson and Cane creek, a red hat. Finder will return to this office. J. A. Hope and W. II. Miller attended court at Bloomfield last week. For Sale House and lot in Jackson within two blocks of the court house. Apply at this office Mrs. Jessie Cornelius will have a sale of personal property on her farm near Pocahontas next Sat urday. For clover, timothy, red top and everything for farm and garden pprinj sowing can be had at McAtee & Buerkle. The Hlhald stated last week that Collector Hart made his first settlement with the county ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 16 March 1905

Jackson Herald. HKrVRLICAW IN POLITICS. B. F. LUSK ltTHUSHM rnK-rec at th. pniioftlr. M J.rkunn. Mo. cond-rlir nutwt Sombr4. IMi. Terms fr the Hkkam are as fol- ,,wi: i no Ior one year "" 31 months ' three months -0 Advkrtimno Rates: Locals 6c ner line ouch inserttni. Professional Card 5 iHr vear. Letnl Advertise ment lotrnl rates. Display ad rates made known on application. mopes: , nmro J: Rfwldpnre JACKSON. MO., MAUC11 16. 1005 Announcements. FOR MARSHAL. We are authorized to announce U. N. MILLER as a candidate for marshal of Jackaon, subject to the will of the people on April 4, 1905. We are authorized to announce J. H. HOWARD aa a candidate for marshal of Jackson, subject to the will of the roters April 4th, 1905. March the 21st is the time set for the Missouri general assem bly to adjourn. Party organization and no senator is preferable to a senator and no party organization. We hope our I gislators will pass some laws that will be of some use to our country during the next f...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 16 March 1905

Invaluable for Rheumatism. I have been suffering for the past few years with a severe at tack of rheumatism and found that Ballard's Snow Liniment was the only thing that gave me sat iefaction and tended to alleviate my pains. March 24th, 1002, John C. Degnan, Kinsman, Ills 25c, 60c and tl.00. For sale by DR. S. E. WOODS, druggist. expert rarroi yunai. In Berlin a parrot cyclist Is draw 'rg great crowd of admirers. The bird conducts Itself like an experi enced rider, working with Its feet the pedals of a diminutive machine whose grooved tiro runs along a tight-rope. With Its beak It manages the handle I ar. It carries along another parrot larglng on a trapeze beneath, and thus maintains perfect equilibrium. German Planes. In Germany 435 piano factories make 80,000 Instruments annually. Half of them, or about $(1,000,000 worth, are sold abroad, principally In England. Triumph of American Skill. Havana can oil congratulate her self on the fact th-.it only three cases f yellow fever en...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 16 March 1905

Low Rates on the Frisco. Special home-seekers excur sions lfl5 round trip from Cape Girardeau to Texas, Oklahoma, Indian Territory, Kansas, Arkan sas and Louisiana February 21, March 7 and 21, 1905; return limit 21 days from date of sale. Second-class one way colonist rates $30 from Cape Girardeau to California. Special low rates to Arizona, New Mexico, Old Mexi co and Texas points. Date of sale March 1 to May 15, 1905. Mardi Gras festivities New Orleans, La., and Mobile, Ala, March 2 to 7, 1905, $18.90 round trip from Cape Girardeau; date of sale February 28 to March 6, 1905, return March 11 with priv ilege extending return limit to March 25, 1905. J. F. Neal, Agent. County Court. Teachers' Examination. Dental Notice. I have located in Oak Ridge as a KKS1DENT DENTIST. Will practice dentistry in all its branches. Examination and con sultation free. Office at Central hotel Dr. Joskph II. Howard. John G. Putz, County Treasur er, presents report as follows: County Revenue Fund, Warrant...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 23 March 1905

TTdue Jackson (MIekalp, B. F. LUSK, Editor. IN THE INTEREST OF THE PEOPLE AND THE REPUBLICAN PARTY. " r.oo PER YEAR IN ADVANCE VOL. VIII. JACKSON, MISSOURI. THURSDAY, MAKCII 23, IMS. JsO.lt) v 1905 Third Spring Opening of the Jackson Store Company, Friday and Saturday, March the 24th and 25th. 1905 Miss London and Miss Ruff will have charge of our Millinery department this season, and invite you to attend their opening of millinery goods next Friday and Saturday. We will have on display at this time a full line of spring goods in every department which we will be pleased to have everyone inspect. Sale of Manufacturers' Mistakes. It is a well known fact that manufacturers have a great many odds and ends and remnants of goods that cannot be put in regular stock, yet they are as good values, only short lengths. We have bought heavily of these and below you will find something worth coining to see next Friday and Saturday, March 24 and 25. Dress Goods. Our Dress Goods depart ment is ful...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 23 March 1905

Jackson Herald. REPUBLICAN IN POLITICS. B. F. LUSK. ni-isiitu Kntf-rir At th pntifnri lit J.rlc.nn. Mo. tacond-claiw oittr NoTember 4. 189. Term for the IIkkald are as fol- For one year Hit months Three months IrjT Broken and worn Jewelry - "tot Apvkktisino Ratks: Lorals fir per line each insertion. Professional (rrt nor vear. Leml A(lverti-e- repaired and reset at moder ate expense. Rings, brooch es, pin, lockets and spec tacles thoroughly renovated and cleaned, worn parts re filled and jewels replaced or reset at shortest notice. Valuable Jewelry ought to be examined from time to time and loosened jewelry adjusted to prevent loss. ment-lejral rates, display ad rates 111 p0n9r( ration. " made known on applieai Dc. Reatdrnre. 14 142 JACKSON. MO., MARCH 23. lsWi. Announcements. will be promptly attended to at low charges. Mail orders carefully and speedily exe cuted. Send by express or registered mail. When in Town call at our store and inspect our new spring styles in jew elry. We h...

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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 23 March 1905

Additional Locals. Read the ad of the Jackson Store company in this issue. Otto Hoffman went to St. Louis yesterday, to serve on the federal jury. Arthur Wilkinson of Preder icktown was visiting in this coun ty this week. Albert Hinze of Bloomfield is visiting relatives in this county this week. Mrs. Margaret McGuire, who has been seriously 111 for some time, is recovering. There will be a meeting of the Knights and Ladies of Security in Jackson next Saturday. Mrs. R. M. Sawyer and son, Lacy, left Tuesday for a few weeks' visit with her daughter at Thayer, Kan. Prof. R. E. Seitz was called to Columbia last Thursday on ac count of. the sickness of his broth er. He returned Sunday. Rev. J. J. Lovett went to St. Louis yesterday to meet his wife and accompany her to Jackson. They will arrive here tomorrow. Mrs. Ella Russell and Mrs. Roena Henderson visited their aged grandmother, Mrs. George Seibert, at Shawneetown last week. R. M. 8awyer, Jackson's hust ling real estate agent, sold a t...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 23 March 1905

I DenUl Notice. I will bo in White water next Monday and Tuesday, March 27 and 28. J. L. Jenkins, Dentist. Attacked by a Mob and beaten in a labor riot, until covered with sores, a Chicago street car conductor applied Iiucklen's Arnica Salve, and was soon sound and well. "I use it in my family," writes G. J. Marriage Licenses. Peal McLnin and Maggie Fos ter. A. Overbook ank Retime Wine. Bennett Wills and Sarah Friese. Are Yon Engaged? Kngaged people should remem ber that, after marriage, many quarrels can be avoided by keep- , ing their digestions in good con dition with Electric Bitters. S. A. Brown, of Bennett9ville, S. Welch, of Tekonsha. Mich., "and. c., says: "For years, my wife find it perfect." Simply great, suffered intensely from dyspep sia, complicated with a torpid liver, until she lost her strength and vigor, and became a mere wreck of her former self. Then she tried Electric Bitters, which helped her at once, and finally made her entirely well. She is now strong and hea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 30 March 1905

Tme Jackson IMIekal. B. F. LUSK, Editor. IN THE INTEREST OF THE PEOPLE AND THE REPUBLICAN PARTY. $1.00 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE VOL. VIIL JACKSON, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 1905. ISO. 20 N V LOCALS Wheat $1.05 to-day. Emmet Summers of the Cape was in town Saturday. Locals in the, Herald are 60 a line for each insertion. Chains 35o and up at Klein's. If you want a suit of clothes made see Walters, the tailor. Next Tuesday is the town and school election. Let everybody vote. The JackBon Commercial club meets to-morrow night at the court house. Sibley's restaurant for ice cream, pop-corn, candy and fountain soda. The Bee store at the Cape was robbed last week. Several arti cles of clothing were stolen., H. L. Hoffmeister is building a fine residence near Turner hall. (The Jaokson cracker box.) Charley Isbell and Joe Vance are repairing the residence of L. N. Torrence of West Jackson. Albert Hinzo of Bloomfield has four men working on H. L. Hoff meister's now brick residence in this city...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 30 March 1905

Jackson Herald. RKrCBLICAH IN rOLITICS. B. F. LUSK l'UBUisiiicw Entrc t th potoW- t Jckinn, Mo. tl cond-rl mutter November 4, 1W7. Terms for tlio Hkkald are as fol low: for one year l.oo rMx months 50 Three months Advertising Ratks: Lornls 6c tier lino each insertion. Professional Card 5 per year. Lejral Advertise ment lepal rates. Display ad rates made known on application. phokks: Office f! Keatdem-e JACKSON. MO., MARCH 30. 190",. Announcements. FOR MARSHAL. We are authorized to announce U. N. MILLER as a candidate for marshal of Jackson, subject to the will of the people on April 4, 1905. VTe are authorized to announce J. H. HOWARD as a candidate for marshal of Jackson, subject to the will of the j voters April 4, 1905. FOR STREET COMMISSIONER. j We are authorized to announce JOHN RITTER as a candidate for street commis sioner of Jackson, subject to the will of the voters April 4, 1905. FOR COLLECTOR. We are authorized to announce JESSE HALE as a candidate for city collector of J...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 30 March 1905

A Man's Actions Are generally the result of his reason. Then . people say he shows either sense or nonsense. So, when ordering a suit of clothes the sensible man reasons this wise: I must have a cor rect measure; I must go to the one who best understands my form and can give scientific in structions to my tailors. Results? A good fit. Verdict? Common sense. Why? Gave his order to Walters, the Tailor. 1st Door East of McAtee's. Hot oft' Cheap. He may well think he has got off cheap, who, after having con tracted constipation or indiges tion, is still able to restore his health. Nothing will do this but Dr. King's New Life Fills. A quick, pleasant and certain cure for headache, constipation, etc. 25c. For sale by DR. S. E. WOODS, the druggist. Missouri State Fair. The Missouri State fair will hold its fifth annual exhibition at Sedalia August 21-26, 1905. All classes have been extended and the prizes largely increased above last year. A class has been open ed for fat stock and separat...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 30 March 1905

I Attacked by a Mob and beaten in a labor riot, until covered with pores, a Chicago street car conductor applied Bucklen's Arnica Salve, and was soon sound and well. "I use it in my family," writes G. J. Welch, of Tekonsha. Mich., "and find it perfect." Simply great for cuts and burns. Only 25c at DR. S. E. WOODS, the drug gist. The Poor Farm. The county poor farm in a place pet apart and kept up by the tax paying citizens of a county for those who are incapacitated to make a living for themselves, either by reason of demented mind or financial embarrassment or physical disability. It is no inornrt tn on tn tha nnrtr farm under any of these conditions. I Instead of our county court al- lowing temporary relief perma nently, that is, each quarter, to to the same persons, such per sons should be sent to our poor farm. It will be better for them and better for the county. Where is the next generation of men coming from? We mean men, not the things that will re- -suit irom the aging of t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 6 April 1905

t Tme Jackson IMJeisald, B.IF. LUSK, Editor. IN THE INTEREST OK THE PEOPLE AND THE REPUBLICAN PARTY. $,.oo PER YEAR IN ADVANCE Vol. viii. ' Jackson, Missouri, Thursday, aprilo, i9o:. rs o77i TffTB B B 8 B BT1T S B B'B B 8 5 5 B 5TP LOCALS : Wheat $1.05 to-day. To-morrow is Arbor day. Chains 35o and up at Klein's. The city election passed off quietly Tuesday. A full line of collars at Klein's from 75c up. R. IA., Tirmenstein of Dexter was in Jackson Monday. Locals in the Herald are 6c a line for each insertion. Hugh Morton went to Freder icktown Sunday, returningTues day. If you want a suit of clothes made see Walters, the tailor. Born, to VVm. Birk and wife, of near Jackson, hint week, a 13 pound girl. For Sale Some fine Jersey cows. Apply to N. M. Davis, Fruitland, Mo. R. T. Reid and son Bob are out on Caney fork moving a church this week. Sibley's restaurant for ice cream, pop-corn, candy and fountain oda. Otto Hoffmann is in St. Louis this week doing service on the Federal grand ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 6 April 1905

Jackson Herald. RltrVBLICAN in roMTics. B. F. Ll'SK I'VBUSllKK cond-rlmw mMr NiiTembtT 4. 1HW Mo. Terms for t lie Hfuald ire as fol lows: For one year I-00 tWx montlis..." V0 Three niontli ' -M Offlrf .. .. Kvldini- 14 142 A PVKRTisf no Ratkr: Locals 6e rr line each Insertion. Professional Card $5 per ver. Lt'tral Advertise ments loir il rates. Display ad rates mmlo known on application. JACKSON. MO.. APKIL . 1W5. Real Estate Transfers. John A. Snider and wife Louis Houck, 80 acres in sec tp 29, r 11, 200. John A. Hope and wife to J. Browning, 14.88 acres in U. to 13, C. S. IN PREPARATION Darkest H. Gratia n Donnelly's 8 Fascinating pen picture of Iot au J intrigue. Open ing chapters will be announced hhorily. 1 A S YBANKf ADMl NISTKATOK'K NOTICE. Notice Ik hereby given that Inters of adnilnlstrntion upon the estate of Martha J. Kiirre, deceased, have bppn ir ran ted to the undersigned by the probate court of Cape (iirardcau county, bearing date the llitli day or March, All persons ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 6 April 1905

From Oriole. April 3. Well, Mr. Editor, we thought we would come again, not complaining or grumbling at all, for health is reasonably good and the weather favorable. Spring is here. Orchards are in bloom and every is lovely. Schools are out and farming commences. Wheat is looking well and stock is looking very well con sidering the hard winter. Everybody seems to be happy and ought to be. J. P. McLain has hired a lady clerk for the store and he has gone to farming and hauling freight. T. B. Bennett has rented out his farm and is selling out his property. He is going to travel for a Virginia tobacco company, Dick Whittaker has moved to the Cape. J. B. Comer has taken charge of the old homestead. He is turning things around. Henry Bowers, the Oriole blacksmith, has enlarged his shop. He is going to handle machinery. Fire broke out in the hills here and burned a great many rail road ties. There havo been two deaths since our last writing. Mr. Jack son died of old age and Mr. Hand of co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 6 April 1905

Railroad and Temperance. Some time ago a paper devoted to railroad interests observed that the railroad companies have be come "one of the grandest and moat effective temperance organ izations in existance." And the statement cannot be successfully disputed. The whiskey business and railroading are not friends, but deadly enemies. That this is so is the natural outcome of bus iness conditions. It does not pay for the railroads to have men ad dicted tj liquor-drinking in their employ. The movement for temperance regulations on the transportation ing departments who uses intoxi cating drinks as a beverage.-' Canada is more sensible and more drastic, for last year the parliament passed those provi sions of the Dominion Railway ant : "Every person who is intoxi cated while he is in char go of a locomotive engine, or acting as the conductor of a car or a train of cars, is guilty of an indictable offense, and liable to ten years' imprisonment. "Every person who sells, gives or barters any...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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