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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 11 May 1905

m 1 OHeimilid), VOL. VIII. JACKSON, MISSOURIMHJJRSDAY, MAY 11, 1905. NO. 26 Sack ME do to Klein's for Buggies, Bikes, Road Wagons,; jjf'urries, Saddles, Harness Whips, Etc.,. Etc. niiiii5Tninui iTrymr) LOCALb iqooooottafl8AJJUUUUUAJ Wheat 85c to-day. Fresh groceries always at "41" Circuit court adjourned Mon day. Theophilus Robb of St. Louia had business in court here last week. Binder whips at all prices at Klein's. The grand jury indicted W. T. Schneider for murder in the first degree. Klein's is the place for wagon and buggy harness and saddles. The Baptist protracted meeting closed here last week with about forty additions to the church. P. F. Tuck has bought the Johnson stallion that will make the season on the English farm, one-half mile from Jackson, at 8. 5-11 Mrs. Ringer of Dexter, mother of Mrs. Haisten Poe of near Jackson, is visitine for a few days. John Johnson and Frank Can non, who are working in the stock yards at St. Louis, came home last Friday, returning Sat urday...

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. — 11 May 1905

Jackson Herald. RKrrBLICAK IN rouTic. 1 B. F. LUSK.. Kntrrrc t ht pootofllc t Jrk.nn. Mo, at cond-clHM mtr NoTptntxr 4. lf7. Terms for the Herald are as fol io: For one year i."" 1i month 59 1 Three months raostt: Cr J Krldrirf Advertising Rates: Locals 8c rr line each Insertion. Professional Card 5 per year. Legal Advertise ment lepal rates. Display ad rates made known on application. Marriage Licenses. S. Johnson and Lustus Will iams. J. A. Ladreiter and Hulda Wunderlich. G. W. mooiv and Lillian D. tternner. R. w. Ross and Elida weaver. B. L. Tibbit and Nellie Cotner. I W. A. Franklin and Mary A.' Andrews. Binder Twine. I am local agent for the state tvrine mapufactured at the peni tentiary. This twine is manu factured by the state authorities for the curDose of Drotectinc the a a o farmers against trust prices. The farmers' association has bought' this twine and notice is hereby given the members and others who have not given their order should do so soon. C. E. Williams. Expo.-u...

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. — 11 May 1905

Jackson Herald. REPUBLICAN IN POLITICS. B. F. LUSK lniiLiiiKit. KntereC M. the poKtoflVe nt Jnckmin, Mo. A. cood-ciKM matter Novembi"4. 1HU.. Terms for the IIkhald are n fol lows: For one year 11.00 31 months so Three months :, pbosbs: OIBei if? Bealdence ul Advkrtibijo Rates! Looil fie per line each Insertion. . Professional Card $5 per year. Legal Advertise menU legal rates. Display ud rates made known on aiinlli'.itlon. Pfow's Your Chance j 1'. J. Lueders, Photographer, of Frolina, Alo., will occupy Schoen's Gallery at Pocahontas I each Saturday. Call and haye j your pictures taken. :: : OITIOE: Northwont Cor. I'ulillc fniiiiru. IMIOXKS; Ki-mIiImii'MKI Oltlcu - HI JACKSON, MO., MAY 11. 1905. Court Directory County court meets at Jackson the first Monday in February, May, August and November. Probate court meets at Jackson the second Monday in February, May, August and November. Circuit court meets at Jackson the first Monday in January, May and the third Monday in August. Common ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 11 May 1905

DARKEST R U SSI A HV II I1RATT. k bONMELLT. OopyrlvM. by Mrtrt Smith. All rliilitu referred. CHAPTER VI. Alula Nailmoff at Hem. Alexia Nailmoff as a .-"lti1M ipeclnien of (he young RuofIi-. ct:icer. and as be stood by Ms father i mo ment after his arrival and received a greeting; from the Karslcaeffs. whose welcome quickly followed his entrance, he looked the Ideal of the dashing cavalryman. His great coat, cap and sword had been hutuied to a servant, and bis finely proportioned figure was revealed to a perfection In the uniform which became lilm ko well. Hta dark eyes, softened by the ex pression of the emotion with which be had met bis father's greeting, lighted up a face of singular attract iveness. His hair, of a deep chest nutty brown, matched well the sun tanned complexion: and the slightly aquiline nose, finely chiseled. Indicated at once the high birth and the strength of character; while the well formed mouth showed tinker the durk brown mustache sucb lines .of deci sion as...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 11 May 1905

A Positive Necessity. Having laid upon my bed for 14 days from a severity bruised leg. 1 only found relief when I used a bottle of Ballard's Snow Liniment. I can cheerfully re commend it as the best medicine for bruises ever sent to the afflict ed. It has now become a posi tive necessity upon myself. D. R. Burns, Merchant, Doversville, Texas. 25c, 50c, $1.00. Sold by Dr. 8. E. Woods, druggist. From Oriole. We had a good meeting the fifth Sunday at Shepard's school house and baptized two children. We hope to build a church at Neely's Landing this year. Miss Gertie Charlton, our daughter, came on a visit last Wednesday from East St. Louis Mack McLain of the Cape and Miss Orphia Honeycut of Hamil ton, Mo., were married at the parsonage the 3rd. They are to reside at the Cape. The church at Indian creek is in a properous condition ninety one at Sunday school last Sab bath. The plan of our work : Shiloh, 1st Sunday, 10:30 a. m.; Rock Hill, 3:30 p. m. Second Sunday, McLain's, 10:30 a. m.;...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 11 May 1905

From Fruitlind. (Continued from Ut lsua She has always been a danger ous woman. She was the wife of an excellent christion minister and left him to become the com panion of an infidel, Chas. Brad laugh, and I wonder at the peers of the city giving her the promi nence and place it does. Yet I do not wonder at anything it does. I detected in their talk the un dertone of the Blasatsky move ment, which was then at its be ginning: the talk about the occult, the mysterious forces and all these kind of things, and the wonderful beings that were com ing to instruct mankind. Suddenly I burst out upon the students. I said. "Now I am going to have this thing out. How many of you young scamps have been attending 'sceances?' I want to know, be honest now. I am honest with you and I love you, boys. I feel just like a boy myself. Come on, boys. Be 'honest: do not be afraid of your president. He is your friend. Every one of you who have been attending 'sceances', up with your fcaads." They looked a...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 18 May 1905

Time Jagksn Meralp, VOL. VIII. JACKSON, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MAY 18, 1905. NO. 27 Go to Klein's for Buggies, Bikes,, Road Wagons; Surries, Saddles, Harness .Whips, Etc., Etc. V ,nsTS b vv r8T8"B a oTyTTTTQ c v i c 3 Wheat 85c to-day. Drummers meet at the Cape May 25 to 27. A junior league was organized at the Methodist church Sunday. Fresh groceries always at "41" Mrs. Hunter Byrd of St. Louis will spend the summer in Jack son. The protracted meeting at the Methodist church begins Sunday, May 28. Binder whips at all prices at Klein's. Jack Flentge, son of E. W Flentge.spent Sunday in Jackson returning home Monday. Jackson got $50 as her part of the nroceeds of the street fair held here the first week in May. .Supt. J. C. Houck of Perryville has moved to Jackson. He mov ed into the Jno. Hope property Klein's is the place for wagon And buggy harness and saddles. When Jackson gets her new court house and large public square she will be getting up to date. Everybody that we have seen and...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 18 May 1905

Jackson Herald. RKrCBLlCAN IK rOMTIC?. B. F. LUSK. . . 1'V1UMIF.K Tnrrrre l the ttof!,c t .lm-knn. at oond-oliuw mutter NoYembir 1. Mo. Terms for the JIkkald are as fol low: For one year ?ti month Three nrnnth $1.00 .50 .30 From Fruitland. iConcliidrd (font laM. liwue) He said, "I do not want to i live. I want to go to heaven. MoHt of my dear frienda are there. But for Mrs. Cairns being here on earth, I should want to go." I paid, "You will pass away ofTw Evidence 14S u-2 snino dav. Aftpr vnu have nnssed j i i.i i n i . - away some of those evil spirits . ,,,u,u ll,ne,'ei ueu , :n ,!.,., 4U.. ' five 51 physicians had failed t Man's Vi reasonableness is often as great as woman's. But Thos. 8. Austin, Mgr. of the "Republican," of Leavenworth, Ind., was not unreasonable, when he refused to allow the doctors to operate on his wife for female trouble. "Instead," he says, "we concluded to try Elec tric Bitters. My wife was then so sick, she d here will declare that your spirit, LJ "-u " h...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 18 May 1905

Southeast Note. The drummers who meet at the Cape have invited the Southeast Missouri Press association to meet with them May 24 , 25 and 26. Let us accept the invitation. The town of Campbell, Dunklin county, was all under water last week as the result of a cloud burst. The precipitation was the greatest over known even to the oldest citizens of Campbell. Stoddard county farmers are going to put up a supply store and roller mill at Bloomfield. Farmers never have made much of a success running a store or making flour. It is somwhat out or their line. Dexter will likely have a Chau tauqua in August. Charles F. Stokes has been working up an interest and has secured nearly enouah pledges. It will cost sev eral thousand dollars; but some of the greatest speakers and lec turers will be there, including Mr. Bryan, Bob Taylor, W. II. Wallace and others. So says the Messenger. The Southeast Medical asso ciation had one of the best meet ings in this city, that it has ever hadduring its twent...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 18 May 1905

Hurra! HURRA! Hurra! FOR R. REEIIAN'S RED TAG SWEEPING SALE. Remember that next week is the last week of our Red Tag Sweeping Sale. Last week last opportunity of a lifetime for the bargains as vou will find them at R. Reehan's store. Act ouiek and provide yourself for the future. Buy the goods as an investment. The opportunity that will never present itself again. The Red Tag Sweeping Sale means that everything in the store must go, and it will be sold at the prices that have never been equalled in Jackson and vicinity before. , 0 Handkerchiefs. ilfn' a n d Ladies' Handkerchiefs Ladies' Plain All Linen Hem stitched Handkerchiefs, regular values 10c, our price lie Ladies' All Linen Hand Em broidered and Lace Trimmed, regular price 15c, our price . bV Men's Handkerchiefs, plain white, colored at ... . 3c Hosiery. o'hiidTe Hosiery plain black and fancy colors,' regular price 50c pair, now 19c Worth '25c, our red tag price lie Worth 15c, our red tag price 8c Wort h 1 0c, our red tag pri...

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. — 25 May 1905

4; ' HERALD), VOL. VIII. JACKSON, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MAY 25, 1905. fsO. 28 The q0 to Klein's for puggies, Bikes, Road Wagons, Surrles, Saddles, Harness Whips, Etc., Etc. LOCALS 3 now Wheat 95o to-day. Common pleaa court is in ses sion this week. Fred LaPierre of Texakana is home for a few days. Fresh groceries always at ,41" "John Johnson has moved his family ts 8t. Louis. . D. L. Hoffman of the Cape had business in Jackson Monday. Binder whips at all prices at KlehVs. ' Albert Armstrong of Oriole did business in Jackson Monday. Rnrn. to John Cracraft and wife, on last Friday; a fine boy. For Sale Berkshire pigs, reg istered thoroughbreds. Apply to J. L. Sibley, Jackson, Mo. The drummers meet at the riftnft to-dav. to-morrow and i Saturday. The commencement exercises of the J. M. A. take place to morrow night. See Lueders, the photographer, for pictures. Schoen's gallery, Pocahontas, Mo. Wilson Howard and wife of the Cape were visiting the family F. H. Weltecke Sunday. Died, near S...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 25 May 1905

Jackson Herald. RKrtBLICAN IN rOLITICS. B. F. LUSK lX'BUOHKK Fatrrc SI h potomc J,"',i Mo. at oond-claM nsttr Norw ber 4. Terms for the Hkrald are a fol low: nft For one year n 6ix months Three months ,,u rnoMc ome Jj; Kecldrnc l Advertising Rates: Lorals c tvr line each insertion. Professional CrA $5 per year. Legal AdvertWe inei;U legal rates. Display ad rates made known on application. served a term of four years in the a candle for Miss Prejava. To penitentiary for assault to kill, hear her play puts one in mind of and last week he made Judge the description which Judge Hess of Mississippi county take Morris gave Reubenstein. "She his wife and baby to a cabin ran a quarter stretch away down some distance from Belmont, in the low grounds of the bass Here the negro told Hess to give and you could hear the thunder him $000. Hess told the negro rolling over the hollows and he did not hive it, but would get caves of perdition, then she fox it. The negro told him to get it chased her ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 25 May 1905

JOHN BURTIm" Autbof of "Tha Kidnapped Millionaire," "Colonel Monroe Doctrine," Etc. COPTHimiT, WOJ, BY I All rights Coptiiioht, 1W3. BT Fmumhici. Ui'iiiM Adams I renerved A. J. Duaxai, Uiodli CHAPTER XXXII Continued. "The hotel furnishes matches," re sponded Blake, coolly. "Here's a match," said Klngsley. "Thanks, old chap." Motrin calmly struck a light and, holding the bright now thousand-dollar note a few foet from Blake's head, tin Ignited It. "Very clever, MorrlB," said Blake, 1 (-placing lilg pocketbook. ."Must 1)0 a new sensation to burn my money? Did you burn your lingers again Morris?" "Don't go too far with me, Blake!" Morris exclaimed. "I'll not stand for It, do you hear? I've lost, and I'm still a gentleman; you've won, and are yet a cad! You've taken my money and won the woman. Keep a way from me." "1 didn't seek thin Interview," said Uliilip, his face flushed with rising .linger, "but since It's to lie our last one, I'm going to tell you something. I've not a dollar of ...

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. — 25 May 1905

V DARKEST RUCSI Af 1 CVatristil. I, at NifH a,iih. All rltku rrrv. "Weei eaokea." ku.tMl UmvUi sky. H saw that ta fe!iag produced npoe Ivaa b.T the story nf his sister n lntene. aad h dterielntl to avaie the most of It to ln I an .- a auppnrtn- of hit o. -But it n nM ot be. This wrom hat ten dene te the titter of a brother nf or orler aone the let a brother tx-einine lie rtiflert wlta iij on tome minor point. The veagoanc for IKia't mronr.s loeg to nt til. but e must be nidc ! by our rules." "Ay, by our rules," was the re spouse. Tljey knew the rule. It wa not the firtt time that the rules had been invoked for private revenpe. Ivan had taken Ilda a little apart from the rett. and n doing what h could to restore her to caltnne. )iv seemed anxious to rain every partlru lar, even to the smallest and apparent ly most unimportant detail of what bad occurred. Hut particularly -van be concerned about Alexis Naxiitioff. 'What did he look like? How did he act? What did he nay?" with the nd a...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 25 May 1905

Missouri at State. (By Mr. James A. Arnold, Graduate of Millorsvllle High School Class, 1905.) As we look down the Missouri river from the great northwest, we Bee spread out before us like some gay and gorgeous pano rama with its picturesque assem blage of water, woodland, and cultivated plains, its shining cities and shadowy hills, the state of Missouri. We find Missouri eighty.five years ago as a child of the wilder ness clad in a buckskin suit, fur cap and Indian moccasins, knock ing at Uncle Sam's door and beg ging to be made one of his fami ly. She was admitted as the twenty-fourth child. In that space of time she has laid aside her buckskin clothes and donned the garb of wealth and culture. She now 1b recognized as the fifth state in present population and material wealth, and easily first in potential resources. Geographically, Missouri is the central commonwealth of the fed eral union, In the space of three score years and ten, the Psalm ist's allotted spaa of human life, sh...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 25 May 1905

I IHluiriry! FOR R. REEIIAN'S RED TAG SWEEPING SALE. HURRY! Hurry! Remember that this week is the last week of our Red' Tag Sweeping Sale. Last week last opportunity of a lifetime for the bargains as vou will find them at R. Reehan's store. Act auiek nnd provide yourself for the future. Bay the goods as an investment. The opportunity that will never present itself again. The Red Tag Sweeping Sale means that everything in the store must go, and it will be sold at the prices that have never been equalled in Jackson and vicinity before. i Handkerchiefs. Men8' and Ladies' Handkerchiefs Ladies' Plain All Linen Hem stitched Handkerchiefs, regular values 10c, our price 3o Ladies' All Linen Hand Em broidered and Lace Trimmed, regular price loc, our price. 6c Men's Handkerchiefs, plain white, colored at ... . 3c Hosiery. Me,u'A'i Tnen's J and Children s Hosiery plain black and fancy colors, regular price 50c pair, now 19c Worth 2or, our red tag price 11c Worth 15c, our red tag price 8c Worth...

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. — 1 June 1905

'Thie' . Jacks n Meemld), VOL. VIII. .JACKSON, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JUNK 1, 1905. NO. 29 Go to Klein's for Buggies, Bikes, Road Wagons, Surries, Saddles, Harness Whips, Etc., Etc. airlv Summeir Sale We have an unusually large stock of goods for this season of the year, and they must go to give room for fall goods. From 30 to 50 per cent, reduction on these goods. This sale will begin Saturday morning, June 3, and close Saturday night, J une 10. Dress Goods. 300 yards Beautiful Chalon Voile in brown, blue and grev, have been going A at 121 9C 200 yards Cotton Brillian tine, all new shades, were sold at 3oc w One lot of about 200 yards of Spat Crepe in green, champagne and brown, was 3."c ClM One big lot (Jreeian Voile in good colors, ready sale at 3.V CCv 1000 yards good White Duck, unsoiled, in 1 to 10 yard lengths, was 10c. 'sale price CO 200 yards White Oxford Suiting',Stol2yd.lengths reduced from 10 to Qu 200 yards Manchester Chambrav all faiicy colors 10r 0C 100 yards Champagne S...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 1 June 1905

Safe Sun. moon end Mare nhnll fade away, An.1 time and eense shall be no mure; The solid rocks hll melt one dny. And chaos reign na It hath of yore. Then f ihall b with the loved of enrth T"r from then imm of toll and piln; Bhall know a glorious second birth Immortal life. Infinite gain! And we rejoicing with the blent Shun learn, what now (earns so ob scure, Was truly and forever beat For thoie whose love could all endure. Oh loved In life. oh. loved and lout! V shall h glad, with trtula past. In God great city whate'er the cost To shoul with thee, "Safe home!" at last. -Otcar B. Smith. 0 y (Copyright. 1903. by I; .. iu one of our city parks. The pray figure of the guard moved leis urely down the main gravel path, whistling softly to himself, as peo ple are apt to do when at leisure. A glorious May sun was shedding Its rays over the green lawns and the sprouting trees, with their various, colored buds. Birds were chtrptng their noisy little song of spring and happiness. A balmy win...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 1 June 1905

LIEUTENANT BOWMAN. f4 - , 'mW' i wmmm IN FORTY-EIGHT HOURS Cold Affected Head and Throat Attack Was Severe. ('has. W. Bowman, 1st Lieut, and Ailjt. 4th M. S. M. Cav. Vols., writes from Lanham, Md., as follows : "Though somewhat averse to patent medicines, and still more averse to be coming a professional afliuavit man, it seems only a plain duty in the present instance to add my experience to the columns already written concerning the curative powers of l'eruoa. " have been particularly benefited by Its use for colds In the head and throat. I have been able to fully cure myself of a most severe attack In forty-eight hours by Its use according to directions. I use It as a preventive whenever threatened with an attack. "Members of my family also use it for like ailments. Wo are recommend ing it to our friends." C. V. iiowman. ' ' Pe-ru-na Contains No Narcotics. One reason why IVruna lias found permanent use in so many homes i that Jt contains no narcotic of any liin.l. It can he used ...

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. — 1 June 1905

Jackson Herald. RKTTBUCAN 1H POLITICS. B. F. LUSK Vvbusiitsr tilrc at tea poto at JffJfJJi M s aaeond-claaa natter Notenber 1, 1817 . Terms for the I1bru sre asfol- Tor one year B1 SU months X Three month rsn-ss: Cf ,S Keeldeac m ADVBKTIMNO RATK8! LoCU C rer line each insertloo. Professional Card 6 per year. Legal Advertlne-ments-legal rate.. Display ad rates made known on application. JACKSON. MO., Jl'XK 1. 1W6. Some people are beginning to think of running for office in 1906. ThiM is true especially of the congressional race. Why is it that we read of so much killing and other criminal acts? Are our laws not properly en forced, do we need new laws or are there other causes to be re moved? Some one is always critising the preacher. Preachers are mortal and make mistakes, but, as a class, they are far above the average citizen in morals and manners and you can almost make sure that they are better than those who are so ready to accuse. We want our subscribers to get their paper and ...

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