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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 13 April 1905

r. a .. . f.i" i f i: urm.j 0 l -l III 'I IN THE INTEREST OF THE PEOPLE AND THE REPUBLICAN PARTY. )' 1 r.oo PER YEAR. IN. ADVANCE U. F. LUSK, Editor. !1 JACKSON, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1905. ; ! VOL. VIII. NOj 22 I) I Wheat $1.00 to-day. F. 8. Portis gave us hi8 pres enoe last Friday. Mrs. A. R. Byrd returned home from New Mexioo last week. Locals in the Herald are 60 a line for each insertion. The supper given by the W. C. T. U. last Thursday night was a success. Programs are out telling of the closing of the Millerville high school. If you want a suit of clothes made see Walters, the tailor. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Hinkle re turned home from New Mexico last Thursday. Alvin Wagner took Will Gock l's automobile to St. Louis last week and sold it. Go to Aue. Hoffmeister's for eld fashioned oountry hams and shoulders. Asa Stepp has bou ght the Am sn Nevins farm near Jackson and will move on it this week. For Sale Some fine ows. Apply to N. M. Fruitland, Mo. J. F. Baker and O. 13. Je...

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. — 13 April 1905

V ti Jackson Herald. REPUBLICAN IN POLITICS. f , B. F. L17SK Pvblisiiich conl-cla. mutter NTfinhr r 4. IWi. S-'i.' TrhX for the Hkhai-d re as fol lowa; - i1ni c"ttareffl i1 '.c i. . .f i W: fbree months 30 v, omrf t- Jo R4deMM.M")-ii-'i'1rv v-n V . V1i rr:nJJMb lnrj.J ,M -wewiw ' I"'. P:r, J-JriJl, Advert! nK VnVwn A !ftpirfiUiit iiv Jf it-j u -ti i n3 ; ACKSO'mO.. A frrrrr -my Let us bond the town and ,men ai win pav propor- tiorially. ' ' ' IF JachspOii Jo hvewafexapd, flights what is the plan for 8eu7 Til ER iT is a good "deaT of "iaTk bout the saloons of 'fef.' ' licWis beirtt ciosWW SrmAa'y'.'but we VriffAUVt"i6yW-r r.ll HH rtr- You need sy -nothing about it but the Monday flight jjnst, before , f.Vsr. W . ! the next spring election Jacfcson .brd.frmeu.wm,,. pewea 10 oraer vanip Biiuijvijsiij streets of West. Jackson, to be .7hS"-,v':" 1 !l,r ffi.tuV.l.lti r""""' pelled to order Camp and Morgan A-flBnV-Actronti- tikjWjJtoTrt'Wir f" Tpason. 1 Then ..people ay. he treason. . Then...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 13 April 1905

From Mlllervllle. As we see nothing in the Her ald from this section for some time will say we are all here cir culating around as usual, enjoy ing pretty good health generally. Everyone seems cheerful as if giving a welcome to the beauti ful weather we are havine, and reaching for the good things which they think the approach ing summer has in store for them. Fruit blossoms of all kinds are abundant and the fields and for ests are rapidly putting on their robes of green, and the mocking birds, sparrows, robins, bobo links and hosts of the feathered tribe keep the air ringing with their notes; and the farmers, me chanics and merchants all are moving about their vocations with a smile and brisk step, and the young matrons are making things lively in the chicken yards and house cleaning generally. Oat sowing is about all done and land being prepared for corn. New fencing and building im provements to be seen at almost every home. Still some people are not satis fied and are seeking .n...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 13 April 1905

From St Louis. The smallpox seems to be rag inp here. The river is rising but there is not much indication of an over flow. Yes, we are still harping on the gold question. Brother Oriolo, some of you thought you would tear tne party up a few years ago, but you were only putting it in good tune. You thought you would have a silver harp making music for the American people, but the people did'nt think so, Consequently your silver harp is a thing of the past. It would now be lake the old wooden plow or reap-hook they used in the olden time, of little service for the present work. Yes, you and I agreed that we ought to be thank ful that we have plenty to eat and to wear and plenty of money with reasonable health. You claim Roosevelt did away with the greenback, that silver is de monetized, that nine million dol lars of gold has been shipped to Europe and it is puzzling you 5 Opening Chapters o! a new ferial JW lory, I. 8 Darkest 8 Russia BY Notice. I will be in Jackson Tuesday and Satur...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 20 April 1905

V1 Me HERMJD). B. F. LUSK, Editor. IN THE INTEREST OF THE PEOPLE AND THEs REPUBLICAN PARTY. $1.00 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE ' is-:- X VOL. VIII. JACKSON, MISSOURI; THURSDAY, APRIL 20, 1905. o. 23 r 5 1 8'5"8"8XtB TTnry "ffTT v LOCALS I Wheat 07o to-day. Asa Stepp moved to his farm this week. A. R. Byrd returned home last Sunday. Judge J. B. Miller is in Benton this week. See us before buying a piano. Sheriff Oockel went over to the Cape Tuesday on business. We had a heavy frost Sunday night. The fruit may all be killed. . Roll carding done at the Jack eon wool factory. A protracted meeting is in progress at the Baptist church this week. The Jackson orchestra went to Dutchtown on a fishing expe dition Monday If you want a good piano take part in our piano contest. Miss Pauline Madje closed her school at Commerce and re turned home last week. A protected meeting will com mence at the Methodist church the second Sunday in May. Go to Aug. Hoffmeiater's for old fashioned country hams and shoul...

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. — 20 April 1905

Jackson Herald. RKrt'BUCAN IN POLITICS. B. F. LUSK. .PVBLISIIKK RnWrcr at th poMnWr l J-nn, Mo. nnd-f Ikm mutter Nonibrr4. ie7. Terms for the 11 eh aid re as fol lows: For one year x month Three month I J .(K .fiO SO Offlf l Benldrnre , I Advkrtioiho R-atus: Local fic per rer line each Insertion. Professional menu legafrates. Display ud rates ! made known on application As to an orderly town, Jackson is in the lead. Jackson is all get9 fixed up. right when she We hear that Chas. L Williams wants to be game and fish com missioner. Charley should have iv. He ia a true Folk Democrat. Give Jackson a new court house and jail, a good hotel, a good opera house, water and light, and there is not a town in Missouri that will touch her with a ten -foot pole. Bro. McGuire of the Jackson Cash -Book wants to know, you know, why "Bro. Ake of the Ironton Register joins with the Republican press in criticising Gov. Folk for vetoing that "home rule' bill." I thought I gave my reasons pretty clearly ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 20 April 1905

OFFICK: North went Cor. Public HquHre. PHONES ! Itpnlriencel33 UMce 10 D. E. SAWYER, VETERINARIAN, JACKSON, - - MO. B. P. LUSK PuBLisnKH o Kntered at the pctofflce at Jackaon, Mo. a ..cond-clns. matter November 4. IHtt". Orren Wilson, Attorney at Law AND Notary Public. Collections a Specialty. Cape Girardeau. Mo. Terms (or the Herald are as fol lows: For one year 1-00 Six months 60 three months 30 phones: Offlce . u Keeldence 14J AND OTHER PRIZES AMOUNTING TO OVER $20,000 To the persons, Old or Young, Constructing the Host Words out of tho Letters in the Word "LOMBARD" Jackson Herald. REPUBLICAN IN POLITICS. m m m m Advertising Rates: Locals 6c per line each Insertion. Professional Card 5 per year. Lepra 1 Advertlne ments legal rates. Display ad rates made known on application. JACKSON, MO., AflllL 20, 1B05. Court Directory County court meets at Jackson the first Monday in February, May, August and November. Probate court meets atJackson the second Monday in February, May, August an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 20 April 1905

DARKEST RUSSIA BY M. (1HATW T DOMNItl.r. (Vpjrl. hi. IfW, by Hret Smlth a,, rUht(, nweti. CHAPTER I. Tht Minister of Pollca. KaralchefT, minister of police, was evidently In no amiable mood as lie sat, deeply Intent on mastering th details of the misa of official docu ments spread before him. It was late In tho afternoon of a December day In 188. St. Peters burg was all athrill with the life of a great city. The silvery music of thousands of sleigh bells played a jingling accompaniment to the brill iant scenes that were being enacted on the gTeat thoroughfare that paral leled the historic Neva. To the casual observer the Russicn capital at the time presented nothing to Indicate that anght but peace and prosperity, happiness and content, were the lot of Its people. The brilliant equip ages of the nobility whirled along In kaleidoscopic variety, giving an slr of wealth and luxury to the scene. Ap parently the autocrat of Russia had nothing to fear from the most favored of his subjects...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 20 April 1905

Dental Notice. I have located in Oak Ridgo aa a RESIDENT DENTIST. Will practice dentistry in all its branches. Examination and con sultation free. Office at Central hotel. Dr. Joseph II. Howard. Flans to Get Rich Are ofien frustrated by sudden breakdown due to dyspepsia or constipation. Brace up and take Dr. King's New Life Pills. They take out the materials which are clogging your energies, and q;ive you a new start. Cure headache aud dizziness, too. 25c. Guar anteed. For sale by DR. 8. E. WOODS, the druggist. From Daley. April 17. As we have had nothing in the Her ald for Borne time, will say we are all here circulating around as usual, enjoying pretty good health generally. Everyone seems cheerful and giving a welcome to the railroad that is now in sight of this place. Our town is on a boom. The lot is bought and the lumber is on the ground to build a publio hall. E. W. Harris is doing a bank ing and merchandise business. Lina brothers, our new black smiths, have all the work the...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 20 April 1905

Southeast Notes. Poplar Bluft wants a Commer cial club. Oil has beon found at Hunter, Stoddard county. Lutesville will build a (),000 addition to the public school building. The mills at Greenville, Mo., 1ive used up all their pine lum ber and will hereafter saw oak. As a result of the arbitrary ac tion of Farminjrton Telephone Co. in raising the phone rates the first of April, nearly all of the business men in the lead belt from Bonne Terre to Doe Run have ordered their phones removed. Others, who have paid in ad vance, will do likewise when their times expire unless the matter is adjusted. Growing out f the controversy, a new tele phone company is to be organ ised for the purpose of putting in & complete system in the lead belt. Lead Belt News. I Proper attention to this leads to Representatives of ono of the careful work, big lead companies in St. Fran- j cois county have ecured options Mr. School Director, if you on several tracts of land on h,ive htti a satisfactory school ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 27 April 1905

Time JagkN! Memalb VOL. VIII. JACKSON, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 1905. NO. 24 a GO TO KLEIN'S FOR B U G G l.E S A!N D ROAD WAGONS a 0 a a XX B M 1 tmajuu a ba&ajuuuu 1 1 a a ajQ Wheat 85o to-day. Circuit court will be in session next week. County court will be in regular session next week. See us before buying a piano. E. H. Engelmann was in Jack son on business last week. Roll carding done at the Jack son wool factory. For Sale Berkshire pigs, reg istered thoroughbreds. Apply to J. L. Sibley, Jackson, Mo. J. C. Davis of Fruitland had business in Jackson last week. Oro Taylor was elected to teach the Gordonville school next year. Farmers who are thinking of making wire fenoe should see the Pittsburg Perfect wire fence sold by C. W. Henderson. Guy Fulenwider of Reynolds ville, 111., was visiting in Jackson last week. The Gladish Bros, of Burford ville are now open and ready for business. Will pay the highest market prices for produce. Jackson will have a street fair next week...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 27 April 1905

Jackson Herald. REPUBLICAN IN TOUTICS. B. F. LUSK lTBLisiiKii nwrc t th prwtofflr at Jfkon. HK-ond-clim. inUr November t. l7 Terms for the Hkhai.d arc as fol lows: fnr one rear I-00 i months "0 Three month 30 mourn: Dfllre J" BeldeDf 1 Apykrtisino Rates: Locals flc per Itnr each Insertion. Professional Oard 5 per year. Lesral Advertise ment legal rates. Display nd rates made known on application. The International Railroad congress will be held at Wash ington, May 4 to 13 inclusive. In the absence of President Roose velt, Vice-President Fairbank's will deliver the welcome address. The Jackson Commercial club has appointed a committee that will confer with a like committee of the Cape Commercial club and devise plan9 for the building of a new court house at Jackson. Also the Jackson Commercial club is at work on the water and light proposition. A Mr. Phillips will be in Jackson this week to ' look over the field and offer plans and counsel from the standpoint of a civil engineer. "Mu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 27 April 1905

DARKEST BY M. OBATTA Copvrliiut. IMt. hJ Strwrt A TDat'was an; anu ;iav:ng mnrtmr r the words, almost Involuntarily, tha baroness relapsed Into her reverie. Alore In the world, for her marriage had been childless, the baroness found a certain, de. .ee of nap, nesa In shar ing other people's miseries. When Ferdinand von Rhlneberg departed this life he left his disconsolate wid ow the possessor bf a fortune which made her one of the richest women. In her own right. In St. Petersburg. There waa but one family, however, to whom she was alwaya at home and In whotie house ahe found congenial companionship. Strangely enough, the house was that of Cocstantln Karnlcheff, minister of police. Not that between the cold, haughty and ambitious countess and the warm hearted and affectionate Oerman lady there could be much In common. The Intercourse between the baroness and the Countess KarslchetT was cotWIned to those social amenities and every day courtesies that pass current In so ciety, and are...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 27 April 1905

OK VICE: Northwest Cor. I'tilillc fiiuiire. I(el(1eme 1X1 1 gO PHONES! Office 10 1 KKrriu.it an' in politics. D. E. SAWYER, VETERINARIAN, JACKSON, - - MO. Orren Wilson, Attorney at Law AND Notary Public. Collections a Specialty. Capo Girardeau, Mo. A t l LUsK IYui.ishkii 0 -"Ht'TIM Ntt!1pi.it,ir,i1-isl .1 :! K Mtl , V o. . roni1 --' 11 r (,iiiii rt. !". Term- fr Hv.u.m.p :ir ;is fol- Wonevear '. 1.00 Mix nu nilis .r" Three month- -J" ' riioNis: on,-c teHidetiro 14- AND OTHER PRIZES AMOUNTING TO OVER $20,000 To ilii persont, Old or Young, Constructing Iho Uott Words out of tho totters In the Word "tOUBIRO" Jackson Herald. SBIi 5 Apvkkti-i Nt? Hatks: Loenls tie Ver 1 i t - each iti-erti n. Professional Jard f5 i-r year. L c.il Advertie isii'nts irtr il'r ites. 1 isp ay ad rale Wiade kn vn application. JAiKSitN. Vit.. n:ii. I'.hv.. Court Directory EDW. D. HAYS, Attorney at Law . AXD Notary Public. Ofku-k- Opposite Central Hotel JACKSON. MO. r 1 "'ii'' love, . :i , .' ! in tt I' II it'l...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 27 April 1905

Letter From S. R. Burfoid. Wulttler, Cal., April 7, MOS. Editor Cash-Book: When in Missouri last fall I aimed and promised an expose of Grand Prairie, Ark., for publi cation in your paper, as a warn ing to parties in Cape county who were contemplating invest ing here. My first acquaintance ' with Grand Prairie was in the summer of 1855. when looking in Ark ansas with a friend who had in vested in 160 acres about eight miles west of Aberdeen, and about twelve miles southeast of Clarendon in Monroe county. My friend had sent negroes to the place, had cabins built, forty acres of the prairie fenced and cultivated in corn. The corn showed good cultivation but was almost worthless, having dried up. in January, looo, i Dougnt the place paying about $800 for it, and my friend brought his negroes back to Tennessee. I wrote to an acquaintance to rent it out for me, and I went to Texas and to Central America and did not return until the next fall, and learned from my agent that he had not bee...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 27 April 1905

Has Stood the Tost 2. Years. The old, original Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic. You know what you are taking. It is iron and quinine in a tasteless form. No cure, no pay. 50c. Notice. I have opened up a drug store in Jackson. My stock is fresh and complete. I ask a share of your patronage. Call at my store and examine my stock. W. A.Trickey. Three doors north of the post office, Jackson, Mi. Oental Notice. I will visit seagewicK nesday, May W jgs 3, and w remain two Dr. Jos. H. Howard. A Guaranteed Cure for Piles. Itching, blind, bleeding or pro truding piles. Druggists refund money if Pazo Ointment fails to cure any case, no matter of how long standing, in 6 to 14 days. First application gives ease and rest. 50c. If your druggist hasn't it send 50c in stamps and it will be forwarded post-paid by Paris Medicine Co., St. Louis, Mo. Program For the contest to be given at Burfordville Baptist church Sat urday evening, April 29, at 7:30 p. m. Song Congregation. Scripture Lesson. Prayer. 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. — 4 May 1905

nstoi Hehmiljd VOL. VIII. JACKSON, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MAY 4, 1905. NO. 25 CMP TO KLEIN'S FOR BUBQIES, BIKES, MOID WAGONS, SURRIES, SADDLES, HARNESS, WHIPS. . . - - . - - . N rrrrr UULJUU LOCALS IOOflal0if iHOttll Wheat 85c to-day. Let us sell you a piano. born, to Col. T. L. Hamlin and wife, Monday, a fine girl. Klein's is the place for wagon nd buggy harness and saddles. Joe E. Call has moved into his new residence Tn West Jackson. For Sale Berkshire pigs, reg istered thoroughbreds. Apply to J. L. Sibley, Jaokson, Mo. You will note by our piano ad that our contest runs till Sept. 30. Geo. Tallent of Fredericktown was In Jackson a few days this weok. Farmers who are thinking of making wire fenoe should see the Pittsburg Perfect wire fence sold by C. W. Henderson. Chas. Talley of Fredericktown had business in Jackson last Sat urday. The Gladish Bros, of Burford ville are now open and ready for business. Will pay the highest market prices for produce. L. N. Torrence is building a new...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 4 May 1905

Jackson Herald. ftKITBLICAX IN rOLlTlOS. B. F. LUSK .PVBUSHKH TntrrrC t ih poMofllr at Jfcm. Mo. at eond-cliuw Mr Sowmbft 4. IM7. Terms for tGe Hbrald are a fol lows: For one year S1 months 60 Three month ;,t raom: Offl- w KMldFDOC 1 AnvRTi8iNO Batks: Locals 6c rr line each Insertion, Frofessional Card 5 per year. Lep.il Advertise ments lepl rates. Pisplay ad rales made known on application. The Herald has been advocat ing for some time to fix up the town, and it is about to see the work begun. The Jackson Commercial club and the city authorities have en gaged Hiram Phillips of St. Louis to make the survey and arranged for giving Jackson electric lights and water works. Tr memhora nf thi .Inrknnn I Commercial club met with a very cordial reception by the Cape Commercial club Iat week. We knew they would do that. The managers of the Cape Commer cial club are men of push, energy and generosity. A proposition for a 75,000 court house will be .submitted to the voters soon, and it will c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 4 May 1905

Opening of the New Thebet Bridge. At a cost of three and one-half million dollars and three years' time, the new Cotton Belt bridge over the Mississippi river at Thebes, 111.. -was opened to traffic April 18. Ten years ago the construction of such a bridge would have cost probably a million dollars more. The Thebes bridge being a com bination of the best points of the three accepted styles of bridge engineering, is unlike any other in this country, and improvement of method has materially reduc ed its cost. The plan involves what is known as the fixed, through and cantilever spans, and the bridge is as substantial as it is possible to make it. It is a double track structure and its location is a particularly fortunate one, owing to the high bluffs on each side of the river which obviate the necessity of the usual long approaches. The bridge consists of a con tinuous steel structure of five spans. The central, or channel span is 671 feet long; the two spans on either side of the chan...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 4 May 1905

From Frultland. Editor of the Herald : There seems be a difference of opin ion in reference to the Osbron lectures given at Jackson, and which are being repeated by Mr. Osbron to crowded houses wher. ever he goes. Of course there are always two sides to a question. Mr. Osbron's explanation of hyp notism and its attendant phenom ena was very edifying. He ex plained to his own satisfaction and that of many others that hypnotic phenomena alone with its accessories fully demonstrated all that was in modern spiritual ism. There was a force and strength in his argument born of deep conviction.the result of care ful scientific investigation of the phenomena of the dual mind of man. This was clear, convinc ing and conclusive to the average mind; but to those who are con stantly thinking upon the natural and supernatural laws it was not Holy spirit, God of hosts. Now, let us find out, if we can, what the- bible says about spiritual communication. Let us follow them to their first reference. ...

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