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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
$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
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
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 street look 100
per cent, bettor? This is tbo
way Main street would have
looked from bridgo to bridge
had the bond issue carried.
Ovu democratic friends over
tho southeast are advocating a
primary election to nominate dis
trict cuudidutes and even some
advocate a primary for Mate and
county candidates. How would
a republican primary strike the
people of this county for county
Just us sure us Jim Snibort
and tho other gold bugs reuiain
at tho head of the democratic
organization in Missouri, just
that, suro will tho narty go down
in defeat at tho next election
unless they can manage to extend
the Nerihit law uml tho St. Louis
police force into the country dis
tricts. S;ott County Kicker.
The people are always talking
about trusts aud combines aui
yet when they go to trade if there
i a corporation or a combine it
the country they will trado with
them, because they may bo uble
to sell a little cheaper, rather
than denl with a small linn or
individual, who is trying to do
au honest business and make a
fair profit. Preaching and prac
ticing are still far apart
TliEHK seems to be some little
trouble at Washington by tho op
posers of R. C. Kern, committee
man of Missouri. We belie vo it
is the same old Fitly and Kerns
trouble brought up in a new
form. We believe that President
Roosevelt will properly adjust
tho matter. If Kerns' record
strikes tho president as right he
will, still remain tho president's
adviser in Missouri, but if tho
president thinks it to the party's
interest to recognize noither the
Kerns nor Filly oleraout, thon he
will bo his own jude in Missouri
B R I G HT" sTdi SEA S E .
Tho largest Bum over paid for a
prescription cli mixed hands In San
Francisco, AurusI 30, 1001. The
transfer Involved In oofn and stock
112,500 Hint was paid hy a party of
busitirss men for a spccillc for liriht's
disease and diabetes, hitherto incur
They commenced the serious In
vestigation of the speeillo November
IB, l'.HK). They interviewed scores of
tho cured and triwl (t out on Its
merits by putting over three dozen
enses on the treatment mid watching
tli Bin. They also not physicians to
name, chronic, iuourablo cases, aud
administered it with the physicians
forjudges. Vp to August 25 eighty
seven per cent of the lest cases were
either well or progressing favorably.
There being but thirteen per cent
of failures, tho parties were satlstled
and closed the liaiisnctioii. The pro
ceedings of tho investigating com
mittee and the clinical reports of the
test cases were published und will lie
mailed free on application. Address
John .f. Fulton Company, iM Mont
. ifomury St., Ban Fnuclsco, Cal.
Brings attractiveness to listless,
unlovable girls.mnking them mar
riageable women. That is what
Kocky Mountain Toa will do! 35c.
Ask your druggist.
Everyone likes good music,
and a good instrument is one es
sential for good music.
, Call on or write W. L. Wilkin
son, of Sikeston, if you desire a
firatclasa organ or piano.
Foley's Kidney Can
To Solve the Servant Problem.
It has long been evident to the
thoughtful housekeeper that the
only way to supplant the un
skilled, wasteful and high priced
seryant of this generation is to
establish manual training schools
tor domestic science where young
girls, after a thorough course in
one or all branches of household
work, shall receive diplomas en
titling them to certain situations
at a fixed scale of wages. Per
haps no class of women workers
is so well paid as that of domes
tic seryants, and certainly there
is no other class about which we
hoar so much complaint. Special
preparation for special work is
demanded in most trades and
every profession, but tho hap
hazard training of a domestic
servant, or her lack of even that,
does not debar her from a good
home and money to spare. Not
without much training of mis
tresses in tho noble art of good
housekeeping, and certainly not
without the cooperation of house
keepers to keep up the standard
and quantity of work demanded
for a given wage in any commu
nity, can tho training school ful
fill its mission in hastening the
millennium. November Ladies'
Clothes and the Care of Them.
When ordering clothes, order
tho best you can afford. Money
spent wisely is money saved in
tho end. Have you clothes made
by a tailor, if possible. He will
see that tho Material, fit and
workmanship is satisfactory if
he wishes to hold yon as a custo
Do not dress in a hurry, us
uny undue strain is likely to
cause tearing or ripping. When
sitting pull your pants up a trille
at tho knees, it will relievo tho
strain which gives such an un
dress nppearauco. l)o not sit on
the tail of your coat. On retir
ing, do not bang your clothes on
"A stich in time saves nino" is
an old saying and a true one. if
your clothes need cleaning, press
ing and repairing, be sure you
take them to a tailor. It is both
laughable and ridiculous to think
of any Tom, Dick or Hurry try
ing to work at the trade, of
which lie is utterly ignorant and
which takes years of study aud
experiono to muster.
Well dressed does not mean
expensively dressed. If your
clothes lit your you should fit
your clothes by carrying your
It h unnecessary to order your
clothes in tho city when you can
do as well or better at homo. Go
to Walters, tho tailor. He will
show you the same cloth that is
shown in the city, and get a cor
rect tit by u tailor whose trade
and experience were had in the
city. Don't forgot the place,
second house south of Henry
Wagner's blacksmith shop.
Rainfall for the Year.
L. At. Itean furnishes us with tho
following data of the rainfall for the
yenr l'.KH :
January 1 11
February 1 01
March 4 Is
April 2 81
May 1 02
Juno 1 01
July 2 05
August 4 44
September 1 03
October 3 W
November (to Mrd) 1 68
Weather fair. Wheat sowing
over. Corn about )! gathered.
Pumpkin and turnip harvest now
on. Thanksgiving hero. What
is to come next we will hear from
The best looking man in Allen
ville was visiting in Gordon yllle
the first of the week. There
must be something up here that
draws. Look out, Mr. Paar, you
will ho called on to fix up some
papers in another case.
Oordonvillo has her share of
barbers. Five barbers and only
Our lumber yard war Is about
over and tho old yard soems to
bo doing all the business. Prices
and perseverance will win.
The fire which has spread out
over the lowland of Scott and
Capo counties is driving all the
game out into the hills. Wolves
have killed forty sheep for one
farmer below Allen ville. Pour
bears have been seen, so reported.
Two deer were killed near Oran
last week, both tine largo bucks.
Wednesday, November 27, is
decapitation day among the tribe
of turkeys. What is the reason
that they don't set up the insanity
pica mid get otl with a light
Gordon villo is to lose her paint
ers in the near future.
Somo of tho farmers are losing
their cattle by the corn stalk
disease. Wm. Ocune lost one
lust week, lino milch cow. An
examination of tho stomach
showed it to bo full of dry stalks.
Weather Report. '
Weather and crop report of the TT.
S. Department of Agriculture, Jack
Ron StAtloii for t In week milliner
Saturday, November 23, 1001.
Day of Week,
Wednesday . . .
We have firecrackers, elephanU and toys,
Everything to suit thu boys;
To sec our slock, your ncad would whirl
For we also have things for tho girls.
Shoo Uy Iiomcs, battleships and dishes
All tho children ever wishes,
Albums and tho celluloid ball,
Toy men that jump and bawl,
Ji. M. Ukam. V.o. U. B. W. S.
Yesterday the alarm of fire
was givon and everybody, as
usual, in Jackson started to help
put out the Ore. It was dis
covered that Dr. J. M. Ualdrige's
bed hod caught Gro from his
pipe. The first persons there
succeeded in putting tho lire out
and the others returned,
Today take Foley'sUoncy andTnr.
It positively prevent pneumonia,
or other serious results from eiil.U
It may be too late tomorrow. All
Chas. Ross informs us that he
will huvo tho guttering on East.
Main street all nut in this week.
ffwar&ss SSH Meier Brothers' Hardware Store,
Quinine Tablets cine a cold in I (""J
one day. No cure, no pay. 25c JACKSON, MO.
If you desire real estato in rS
Picture books und the merry-go-round.
Things orninii ntnl and very sound;
Tops that, spin -until they fall
Homcthlng u'ood fur each and all.
Yes, we have silverware for the ladies,
ABC blocks for tho babies,
Watches for the man and boy,
And something nil will enjoy.
Our toys are of tin, Iron and rubber,
Our buggies, like them are no others,
Our silverware w ill just suit mother,
Our acrobats arc suro to please brother.
The saying, "Christmas conn s but once a year,"
Is as true now as in d.iys of j oio.
So if you good gil ts would buy,
Call nt Meier Brothers' Ilnrdwure Store.
November 2"). Health better
than for some time.
Oscur Hope lost a line horse a
few days ago. It ran into a
sharp gate latch. Price Sides
ulso lost a fiuo suddlo horso.
Mrs. M. L. Davis lost two fine
cattle last week caused by stock
Amos McLain moved into his
new house in town last week.
Chas. Caldwell. Hobt. Ileid and
others returned from the swumps
last week bringing with them
some fine venison and a tine set of
horns. IJeiil and Swan buinjtho
lucky hunters brought iu a four
Carl Ruff came very near kill
ing a large black cirle the other
Some of our people believe that
we had tho finest institute this
year that we have ever had, but
some a ro dissatisfied and think it
was not done fair, but we found
out thai they failed to get any
Rev. W. R. McCormuck will
leave Friday to conduct u meet
ing at llirch Tree.
Mrs. Catheriuo Martin left
this week for a visit to her
daughter, Mrs. W. F. Sawyer,
of Wayne county.
I will close by saying, come on
Mr. Houck with your railroad.
We are a wide a wake people aud
are very anxious to see tho road
THK C!UM)KKN'S FRIEND.
You will have a cold this wintor.
May bo you haye one now. Your
children will sudor too. For croup,
coughs, bronchitis, grip and other
fall complaints One Minute Cough
Cure never fads. Acts promptly. It
is very pleasant to the tasto and
perfectly harmless. C. B. George,
Winchester, Ky., writes "Our little
girl was aMwsked with croup lato
one night and was so hoarse she
could hardly speak. We gave her
a few doses of One Minute Cough
Cure. It relieved her immediately
and she went to sleep. When she
awoke next morn she hud no signs
of hoarseness or croup. II. L.Jones.
If 5. 00 reward will bo puid by
the Jackson Turn Vereiti on con
viction of party or parties that
threw a rock through a window
in Turner hall on the night of
Jackson Twin Vkuein.
If you want dry good or gro
ceries at a bargain attend the
Wood Mercantile Co. slaughter
t tofeat yotf
November 27. Health is re
markable good at this place,
Mrs. Mary M. Phelps and her
daughter, Bertha Hartle, left last
wcok for Loudville, Colo.
Silas Allen and two others,
of noar Millorville, returned from
a hunt in the swumps with a
wagon load of game.
Jeff Estesand mother will leave
Friday for her home in Louisiana.
Lindor Allen is making long,
sweet smiles now. They reach
from Terrapin Neck to Fred
Stinkard's above Gravel Hill.
John Phelps, ahertuan Hurtle
and Gilbert Mabrey left a few
weeks ago for Colorado looking
for employment. They are now
employed by the Arkansas Val
ley Smelting company at Lead
yille, Colo. Wild Bill,
November 20. Everything
quiet around here.
Doctors are not busy at present.
We understand that Dr. Walk
or bus bought Dr. Elis' interest
in the drug store at this place.
O. O. Bowers and Georgo Jen
kins have bought bota of the
harness shops at this place.
Hog killing is the order of tho
Miss F. Boney is on the sick
There is quito a lot of plowing
being done around the Ridge,
Your Thanksgiving Turkey and
KEQUIRKS A CAKVIXG SET.
Silver Plated Table Cutlery.
Tho tendency cf modern tine Is towards th use of 0OOD SILVER PtATfi, although
is ana snapea.
f ROGERS & BRO. A-l CARVING SET
. Ve olio fumliti tho eenulne STAR () BRAND, In Knives, forKs, spoons, etc
I have Carving Sets at $1.75 to 4.00
Table Knives and Forks,
the best - 2. 50 to 6.00
Tea Spoons at 1.50 to 3.00
Sugar Shell, sterling silver 2.00
Ami a lull line of Silver-plated Table
ware and fuu Chinawaro at
Q. C. iiassli nger's Jewelry Store,
Look for the 1 Wateli Sit;n,'
next to the Kxclianfro Hank.
At tt'n t ion, Tuv-pii.tcrs.
Tho undersigned collector of
tbo it-venue of Cape (iirardoau
county, Missouri, will meet tho
tax-payers of said county for tho
purpose of receiving the taxes
for tho year 11)01. at Iho following
limen and places:
Cupe Girardeau, Cape Girar
deau township, Friday, Saturday
and Monday, November -!) and
30. and December 2, l!01;
From Decfmher 3. 1D01, to
January 1, 1902, at my omce iu
Notice is hereby given that all
thot-e who fail to pay ut the times
and places ns above may expect
to have their property seized,
levied upon und sold for the pay
ment of the same with cost.
Back Tax Hooks will not be
taken with mo; thosa desiring to
pay the same will tiud tho bookei
nt my olliee in Jackson.
E. W. Fmcxtc.e.
Collector of Capo Girardeau
MOUKRN SrKUK.lt V SL'UPASSKn.
"While suffering from a bad case
of piles I consulted u physician
who advised mo to try a box of
F. Car t e r. A 1 1 a n t a, G a. " 1 p roc u red
a box and was entirely cured. De
Witt's Witch Hazel Salve iw .splen
did cure for piles, giving relict in
stantly, and 1 heartily recommend
it to all sufferers." Surgery is un
necessary to cure piles. DeWitt's
Witch Hazel Salvo will cure uny
case. Cuts, burns, bruises and till
other wounds are also quickly
cured by it. Heware of counter
feits. 11. L. Jones.
Fruit Trees at
einritiiiix si iiNon It h"iir ut h;in!
and t wish toi'iill yuurulli'ntliin
In ilin f;u i ihut wu nrc on tiie;
OnrMi.-k h:is c(nni! throuili the
(Irmitlt In :.mm1 pe: our um-t-m't
U r.imiilt to, uiir. varieties
uro tri"i, uml the tn i H
TRUE TO NAME.
VHIi fui ili'srrlpllve rutulnKiH!
ami prli'i'-lf-.t, or comt- uml make
your own si'ii'i-tliins. ir km ruu
not irlvu you tho worth of your
money in mtrsury atock you nro
not llki'ly to ml It anywhere.
Yours fur :iior uml heller fruit,
Carl Wal lace, Prop.
A IW rlioh'u lU'rkslilrti
is 16 ounces of pure
coffee to the pound.
Coated Coffees are
only about 14 ounces
of coffee and U-o ,
ounces of eggs,
clue, etc., of no ,
value to you, but.
money in the pocket
of the roaster.
BANNER 8 A LVfc-
G. S, HENDERSON
Office On South side of
West Main Street, over C. II.
Wolters' Harness shop. Jackson.
Olhci! phone, 171; residence 173.
Dr. O. V. Alspp,
in All lis 1 ;i u m li.-s.
( Mitre plume V,H :: iletddcuoo 7H
JACKSON. - MISSOURI.
JOHN A. SNIDER.
ATTORNEY - AT - LAW.
Jackson Exchange Bank
Hemmed to New Building
South Side of Wei-t Main
E PACII DAY should have its special work, and 3
g today is the day to be THANKFUL.
We are thankful for health, business success, and 3
r a fair share of your patronage. Call often and
t Schaefer will try to sell you at right prices
anything in the Dry Goods line. Especially
J- do we invite your attention to our
LOW PllICES alone have no charms for us.
Naked cheapness does not tempt us to drop an
iota from tho established ytaudard. We try to
get good goods, and then we must sell them for
a reasonable profit, for it is the PROFIT that
enables us to stay in business at the old stand.
TO THE PUBLIC:
W I-', the undersigned, tuke iik.isuie In nnnminciiitf to the poopls of
Capo flii-Hiileau und udjoininir counties, that wo have- loaned
Wjiklnpon's Mill on Apple Creek, und lire now rcmly to accommo
date tho public with
AT REASONABLE PRICES.
We are nintiufncturliifr.
"WORLD'S FAIR 1903"
"PRIDE OF ALTENBURG"
Wo will alfo do n general exehnnue lint-moss in flour, men I. bran
and shipMiitr. We will (,ivu our personal attention to the business at nil
tiuiCH mi l Kolicit a Bluire of the public patronage. Respectfully,
Theiss & Theiss,