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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
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.
Cape Girardeau wants an
'opera house, so does Jarkson.
"Equal rights to all, special
privileges to none." Thai Is right.
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
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 to havo it. Let
us seo our postmaster and have
him take the necessary steps to
get this needed improvement in
our town and county. Wo shall
have more to say on this lino
health and hkautv.
A poor completion is usually the
result of a torpid liver or irregu
lar action of the bowels. Unless
nature's rofuso is carried off it
will surely causo impure blood.
Pimples, boils and other eruptions
follow. This nature's method of
throwing oft the poisons which
the bowels failed to remove. De
Witt'sLittleKarlyUisers aro world
famous for remedying this condi
tion. They stimulate 1 ho liver and
promote regular and health ac
tion of the bowels but never cause
gripinu. cramps or distress. Safe
pills. II. L. Jones.
The undersigned collector of
tho revenue of Capo Girardeau
county, Missouri, will meet the
tax payers of said county for the
purpose of receiving tho taxes
for tho year l'.iOl, at tho following
times and places:
From December 3, 1001, to
January 1, 1902, at my oflico in
Notice is hereby given that all
those who fail to pay at tho times
and places as above may expect
to have their property seized,
levied upon and sold for the pay
ment of the same with costs.
Back Tax Books will not bo
taken with me; those desiring to
pay the same will find the books
at my office in Jackson.
E. VV. Flentge.
Collector of Cape Girardeau
Up to date lap robes. Woltcrs.
Agnes, littlo daughter of Mm.
J. E. Morton, has pneumonia.
Rey. J. W. Worsnop will
preach at Williams' scboolhouse
next Saturday at 3 o'clock p. m.
See Ilasslinger's ad. in this
The Ladies' Aid of the Metho
dist church will meet next Fri
day afternoon at lbs residence of
Buy your Xaias bufgy from
Died, near Pocahontas, on Tues
day, Hannah Ilines, colored.
She will be buried to day at
Apple Creek cemetery.
There will be a declamatory
contest held in the normal chajol
on Saturday night, December 14.
Program next week.
Mrs. Green, mother of J. W.
Green of Irondale, passed through
Jackson Monday Vn her return
home to Pocahontas.
If you can't find what you
want for Christmas at Meier
Bros.' hardware store you need
go no whoro else in town.
A. C. Ford lost four fine beeves
yesterday from eating smut on
corn stalks. Also Wm. Meier
lost about four head from the
THE BEST PEKSCRIPTION FOR
Malaria, chills and fever is a bot
tie of Grove's Tasteless chill
tonic. It is simply iron and qui
nino in a tasteless form. No cure,
no pay. Price 50c.
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Daley de
sire to thank those who so kindly
and industriously assisted tbcm
in saving their household furni
ure at the burning of their home.
Chas. Talloy, of Frederick-
town, dropped in and said "hello"
Tuesday just before ho took the
train borne. Mr. 1 alley says
Fredericktown will have plenty
of lead in the near future.
Lost Night of tho ball at
Dutchtown on Thursday, No
vember 28, a plush cape. Finder
will return auie to John Uier
sch wall and receive liberal re
rno Decree or Honor nas
several now applications for
membership through the enthu
asm of Mrs, Almarrette Mor
gan, who lectured in the A. U.
U. W. hall last Saturday night.
Presiding Elder Wm. II. North
will preach in the Methodist
church next Sunday morning ami
night. Quarterly conference will
be held iu the basement the Sat
urday night before. All are
Never thought of such
sign for a medicine did you ?
Well, it's a good sign for
Scott's Emulsion. The body
has to be repaired like other
things and Scott's Emulsion is
the medicine that does it.
These poor bodies wear out
from worry, from over-work,
from disease. They get thin
and weak, borne ot the new
ones are not well made and
all of the old ones are racked
from long usage.
Scott's Emulsion fixes al
kinds. It docs the work both
inside and out. It makes soft
bones hard, thin blood red
weak lungs stroner, hollow
places full. Only the best ma
terials are used in the patching
and the patches don't show
through the new glow of health,
'No one has to wait his turn
You can do n-voursclt you
and the bottle.
Tbis ptturs represents
the Trademark of Scott's
Emulsion! ind is on the
fryj wrapper 1 1 ttsry bottle.
Send for frtSMlc. J
409 featl St,. New Voik.
50c. and f 1. all druggists.
Friends in this county will bo
sorry to learn that Mrs. Anc'rew
Cooley, formerly of this county,
is sick with consumption at the
homo of Mrs. M. J. Hays io
Laflin, and hor daughter Nellie
is suffering with the same
dreaded disease at Farm'mgton.
Both of our banks are boated
by furnaces, the one by bot air
and the other by hot water. Our
public school and two ot our
churches aro heated the same
way. Now, cive us a new court
house and a new opera house
heated in like manner, and Jack
son will bo getting somo dono.
Miss Mahan gave a very pleas
ant and entertaining recital in
tho court-house Tuesday night.
The audience was somewhat dis
turbed by the alarm of fire.
Music was furnished by our best
town talent. Miss Maban also
gavo an interesting and instruc
tive lecturo in the interest of tho
W, C. T. U. in tho Methodist
church last night
Wolters has tho buggies.
The furnace tn the Jackson
Exchange bank now works fine,
and good heat Is produced with
very little fuel. The telephone
central office will soon be in
working order in the two back
rooms upstairs then the entire
building will bo occupied, and
the various businesses repre
sented nnder ono roof makes it
very much of a business center.
very bad shape. Ho says: "I suf
fered a great deal with my kid
neys and was requested to try fo
ley'sKidneyCure. I did so and in
four days Iwaaabloto work again,
nowlam entirely well"AII dealers.
Mrs. Almaretto Morgan, grand
chief of the Dcgrco of Honor, of
Kansas City, mado a very favor
able and effective talk in the
Workman halt here Saturday
night. Mrs. Morgan is thorough
ly enthused in tho work, and her
remarks impress her . hearers as
meaning what she said. She
had a fair audionco. After Mrs.
Morgan's speech lunch was served
and then those who so desired
remained and spent a short lime
in a social hop.
Sheriff's Sain of Ileal Estate in
In the Circuit Court of Cape Girar
deau County, Missouri,
August Term, 1901,
Friday, August S, It bet nif the fifth
lav of the regular August Term,
Mil, of tho said Court held At
Jackson, Capo tilrardeau County,
Green J. Cruder and John"!
1. Crnder, infants, by
their Guardian, A.J. D.
William 11. llHldernian,
lly virtue and authority of an or
der of sain Iks ucd from the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court at
Jackson, Capo Girardeau County,
State aforesaid, and to 1110 directed,
I will on
THUltSDAY, JANUARY 9, 1902,
between the hours of 9 o'clock in the
forenoon and 5 o'clock iu the after
noon of that clay, at the south front
door of the court-house in the city of
Jackson. Raid county of Cape Girar
deau and state of Missouri, sell at
public auction tn the highest bidder
for cash in hand the following tie
seribed real estate lying and being in
tho county of Cape Girardeau and
State of Missouri, to-wlt:
HO-100 acres, more or less, p.irt of
Surrey No. 808, Township 31, ltatigo
11, beginning on tnn soutn linn or trie
Gravel road In said Survey W8 from
which a mulberry In Inches in diame
ter bears north 20 degrees west 66
links; thence south l'J degrees east
I - chains a corner: thenuu south
77. wost 1.90 chains, a corner on the
cast Hue of t lie flippant and lilnkle
mill tract, from which an elm 30
inuhes in diameter bears south 84 de
grees west 8." links; thence north l.fiO
chains to the northeast corner or said
mill tract 011 the south line of said
gravel road; thence north 734 de
grees east with said gravel road to
the place of beginning and being the
same tract acquired by said Jacob
Crador from Haruh C. Davis by deed
of record in Hook .-, at page .11.1, of
tho land records of Cape Uirarueau
Sheriff of Cape Girardeau County, Mo
W. II. Miller bus one of the
best lighted and best arranged
law offices in southeast Missouri.
It is located over the Cape
County Savings bank. The other
three room a are occupied by our
resident dentist. Dr. O. S. Hen
derson. These rooms are well
lighted and oicoiy arranged for
his work. On entering either of
these offices a person is impressed
with the idea of comfort, and
this together with the genial and
affable disposition of their occu
pants makes one feci perfectly al
Meier Bros, will give n chance
with every purchase of 1 worth
of holiday goods and hardware
en a 65 sewing machine. This
is a strictly first class machine.
Tuesday night the house of
Mike Daley caught fire and
burned to tho ground. Nearly
all the contents of the house were
saved. It was supposed to have
caught from (he kitchen flue.
There was some insurance, but
we know not the amount. When
ever a houso gets fire in Jackson
we can throw on a few buckets
of water and if that don't put it
out we have to stand still and see
it burn. No Are department or
any machine by which we can
put out a fire. How we do neod
Don't forgot to look at the
fihnnr tvimlrinr nf .Totvolnr
"My wife bad a deep-seated cough
for three years. I purchased two
bottles of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
large ail, and it cured her com
pletely." J. H. Burge, Macon, Col.
Probably you know of
cough medicines that re
lieve little coughs, all
coughs, except deep ones
The medicine that has
been curing the worst of
deep coughs for sixty
years is Ayer's Cherry
Pectoral. Tins slus ) Ik., Mc.. II. All sraffbts.
Ooniull your Soctor. tf ha rs taks It,
th.u do at ha furl. If ha tall you not
to uka It. then don't taka It. Ha knows.
LaT It with him Wo ara willing.
.. J, c. AT it a CO., Low. IU Maaa.
Order of Publication.
In the Circuit Court of Cape Olrar
rii.sin f?iiuntv. Stnte nf Missouri, tn
vacation, Thursday, November 11,
Nora Taylor, 1
Andrew Jackson Taylor, Divorce,
. Now, at this, day conies plaintiff
by her attorney, Kdward I). Hays
and tiles her betltion anil affidavit
alleging, among other things, that the
defendant. Andrew jncKson layior
s a non-resident 01 the btuto of
Whereupon it Is ordered by tho
clerk of 'his court, in vacation, that
the said defendant be notified by
publication that plaintltr has coin
inencrd a suit in this court against
him, tho object and nature of which
Is to obtain a decree of divorce from
tho bonds of matrimony contracted
between the planum and acleiitlant
on the grounds of abandonment, and
that unless the salu defendant. An
drew Jacksoo Taylor, be and appear
at this court, aitne next term tnereoi
to he bctfiin una bolden at the court
house, in tho City of Jackson, in said
couuty. on the Hth dav of January
next, and on or bciore too intra day
of said term, if tho form shall so long
continue ana 11 not, then on or DC'
fore the last day of said term answor
or plead to the petition 111 aula cause
the same will bo taken us confessed
and Judgment rendered accordingly
And it Is further ordered, that a
copy hereof be published according
to law, in the Jackson Hf.kald, a
newspaper published in the county of
Cape tilrardeau, Missouri, for four
weeks successively, the last insertion
to be at lenst fifteen uayg before th
commencement ot tho next term of
Attest: Kdward P. Hays, attorney
A 1 mi' nnnv from the record.
Witness inv hand and tho seal of
said court this 141 h day of November
A.D.. 1U01. t'HKIS. r, llKTTEN,
Clerk of tho Circuit Court
Foley s Honey and Tar
cures colas, prevents pneumonia.
Actiulnlatrator'a Mot ice.
Notice la hereby given that lottera
of administration upon the estate of
Surah V.. llallev. deceased, have been
granted the undersigned by tho Pro
bate court of Cape tiirarueau county,
Missouri, bearintf date the 17th day
of AiiL'imt. luol.
All persons having claims against
said estate are required to exhibit
1 hem tn me for allowance within one
vear from the date of said letters or
tliev mav be precluded from an
hi-iients of such estate: and if sa
elnlma hn not exhibited within tW
years from tho date of publication of
this notice they will be forever
harrixt. JULIUS E. UatBECK,
Foley's Kidney Curt
makes kidneys and bladdir right.
You will Bee nice
We have flrecrackera, elephants and toys,
Everything to suit the boys;
To see our stock, your head would whirl
For we also have things for the girls.
Shoo fly horse s, battleships and dishes
All the children ever wishes,
Albuins and tho celluloid ball,
Toy men that jump and bawl,
Picture books and tho merry-go-round.
Things orniniental and very sound;
Tops that spin until they fall
Something good for each and all.
Yes, we have silverware for the ladles,
ABC blocks for tho babies,
Watches for the man and boy,
And something all will enjoy,
Our toys nre of tin, Iron and rubber,
Our buggies, llko them'are no others,
Our silvcrwaro will Just suit mother,
Our acrobats arc sure to plcaso brother.
The saying, "Christmas comes but once a year,'
Is as true now as In days of yore,
80 if you good gift would buy,
Call at Meier Brothers' Ilardwuro Store.
Meier Brothers' Hardware Store,
NOW IS THE TIME
TO BUY YOUR
Santa Clans has appointed
Grant & Elbrecht
his special agent for Jackson and vicinity this
year and has left with them on display and
ready for inspection, a larger and more complete
stock than ever before of the following goods:
TOYS, DOLLS, ALBUMS,
FANCY LAMPS, Etc.
Every $1.00 purchase secures
a chance on a $65 Music Box.
Jackson Exchange Bank
Removed to New Building
South Side of West Main
At a regular meeting of the
Jackson lodge A. O. U. W. last
night tha following officers were
elected for the ensuing year:
Past Master M. P. Klrkscy;
Master Workman Al. M. Rico;
Foreman W. 11. Maoko;
Overseer Walter Taylor;
Recorder F. W. lluecke.manu;
Financier J. II. Kneibert;
Receiver B. MVMorgan;
Guide Geortfo Pedlgo;
OuUlde Watchman Dan Orrell;
Inside Watchman ArthurSandcr;
Trusteo for three years Dr. Q. W
Representative to Qrand Lodpro L.
S. Popper; :
Alternate 11. F. Lusk.
At the close of the lodge the
ladies of the Degree of Honor
visited the lodge and Mrs. Mor
gan, grand chief of honor, gave
the members a very pleasant
The following officers wore
elected by the Royal Neighbors'
lodge Tuesday night:
Oracle Mrs. Margaret Snider;
Vice-Oracle Mrs. Maggie Woods;
Chancellor Mrs. Minnie Cllppard;
Recorder Mrs. Mangle Hays;
Receiver Mrs. Freda Wolter;
Marshal Mrs. Francis Hasslinger;
Inner Sentinel Mis RoscOraof ;
Outer Sentinel Miss Josle Medley 5
Managers B. D. Hays, Chas.
Fitysichin Dr. S. K. Woods.
Strayed From the residence
of Chas. Wise, Welch township,
near Allenvillo, a 24 year-old
heifer, red with few white spots
on the sides and a white star in
tho forehead, small boms, long
head and heavy body. Marked
under bit and swallow fork in
loft ear and upper slope in right
ear. fo reward for hnaer de
livered at C. Schlobles. near
Don't fail to pay your subscrip
tion. We need the money.
Fruit Trees at
Planting season is nur at Imnd
and we wish to call your attention
to tho fact that we are on the
Our stock has come through tbe
drouth In good shap; our awiort
meat la complete, our Tariutlos
are tested, aud the trees
TRUE TO NAME.
Write for descriptive catalogue
and prlce-lUt, or come and make
your owu selections. If we can
not give you the worth of your
money in nursery stock you are
not likely to got It anywhere.
Yours for more and bettor fruit,
Carl Wal lace, Prop.
A fow choice Ilorkahire
hmot teMktiaa " m uie
G. S, HENDERSON
Office On South High Street,
over Cano County Savings Bank,
Jackson, Missouri. Olllco phone
172; residence, 173.
Dr. C. V. Alsop,
in All IU Branches.
Office phono 178 :: Residence 78
JACKSON. - MISSOURI.
JOHN A. SNIDER,
ATTOKNEY - AT - LAW.
f QURING THE HOLIDAYS Call on 3
SE Schaefer- He will sell you goods at 3
t right prices. Anything in the Dry Goods
line. Especially do we invite
your attention " 3
O O O
LOW PRICES alone have no charms for ua.
Naked cheapness does not tempt us to drop an
iota from the established standard. We try to
get good goods, aud then we must sell them for
a reasonable profit, for it is the PHOFIT that
enables us to stay in business at the old stand.
TO THE PUBLIC:
WE, the undersigned, take pleasure lu announcing to the people of
Cape Girardeau and adjoining counties, that we have leased
Wilkinson's Mill on Apple Creek, and are now ready to accommo
date tho puhllo with
AT REASONABLE PRICES.
We are manufacturing
"WORLD'S FAIR 1903"
"PRIDE OF ALTENBURG"
We Jwlll also do ft general exchange business n flour, meal, bran
and shipstuff. We will give our personal attention to tho business at all
times and solicit a share of the public patronage. Ruspeotfully,
T h e i s s & The i ss,yv-v
A li. 1 a 4.K