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title: 'The Jackson herald. (Jackson, Mo.) 1897-1911, December 19, 1901, Image 2',
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REPUBLICAN is rouTica.
B. K. LUSK l'lHI.IHIIKIl
Kntorec M II f pomnfttc. M Jackwtn. Mo..
Terras fur the IlpiuiD are an'fol
For one-year.-, 1.00
.! munilm 60
1 hri-e month .ao
JAOKSON. MO., DEC. . 10I.
Thl paper nt on fllo at the office of
Trio Chicago luter-Ooean, UMHOtl-llO
East Monroe Mrect, CuleMgo, where
oor reader will he courteoualy (Treat
ed who mny care to cull upon The
Inter Ocean for a tour of inspection
nnri lghtrceln through its magnifi
cent building, in which can he found
eVery mechanical and acientlUc im-
provement of the aire In connection
with the nerds of a great newspaper.
It Is a rare treat ton it one Interested
in the nubjecfr and thould be taken
;iJ n t j vr or. -
Tub stato teachers' association
meets at Kansas City December
9f to 28 inclusive. Stuto .Super
intcmlant (Jarrngton urges all
leitchcra to at lend.
so.Mfc of our lending republicans
:leiro to let the people huvesomo
thing to say in all elections. The
bout way to hear from the most
people is by primaries.
YkSTEKUAY, the following
appointments wero made at
Washington: Judge Gullonkampf
was- appointed surveyor of tha
court, aud Chas. F. Wennekcr
collectorof the revenue. Wonder
if Hitchcock will resin?
Ttia undersigned collector of
the revenue of Capo (iirardeau
county. Missouri, will moot the
tax payers of wtid county for the)
purpose of rocon'msr tho taxes
for the year l'JOl. at the following
times aiid place:
Krotri December 3. 1901, to
January 1, l'J0, at my oflice iu
Deocinbor 0. We aro haying
Bomo. winter down here of late.
Wendel Seller has been con
templating selling hla farm and
putting up a flouring mill at
Whitewater, This would giro
tile town a boom.
Sinco our last writing Lee
Rhodes has moved to Cousinville.
Willie StroJer, who has been
at Morehouse for several months.
Is expected home before Xmas.
Wheat is in a backward con
dition owing to damage by
Frank Surface will soon start
his saw mill on Crooked creek,
near Mr, Morgan's.
Xmas will soon be here. It
will be dull here. Stir something
up, boys, and have a general
good timo. Clodpelter.
ORIOLE. Docembor !. We think Oriole
is getting a little on tho back
ground. Dr. McKee wound up his little
ball and left for Illinois.
Rev. Cunningham finished up
his term and moved west.
Mr. Nail, the blacksmith, pulled
his freight to Swlnton, Mo.
So you soe that Oriole is with
out a doctor and a blacksmith.
The people have to go to
Kgypt for a doctor, and there is
a great deal of sickness at pres
cut. Chas. loung, Clarenco
Edward and Mrs. Stathem all
have fever and Dr. Hempstead,
of Egypt, is treating them.
Andrew McLard, who is con
fined to his bed, is lingering
aloug. He seems to get no
Miss Ophelia Young fell off a
horse and broke her arm. Dr.
Hempstead dressed it, and it is
getting along alright.
Born, to John Noland and
Notice is hereby given that all wife, on tho 0th, a girl.
those who fat 1 to pay at tho times
and places us above may expect
to have their property seized,
levied upon und sold for the pay
ment of tho same with costs.
Hark Tax Hooks will not bo
taken with me; those desiring to
pay the same will find the books
Ht my oflice in Jackson.
F W, Fi.entok.
Collector of Capo (Iirardeau
V. M.Trickey raised eight hun
dred bushels of corn this year,
Itert Armstrong one thousand,
Waltor Sams seven hundred
tifty. and James Noland one thou
sand one hundred. A whole lot
of other fellows did just us well,
but we don't know the amount.
Tho vicinity of Oriole U tho corn
belt this year.
The Indian creek school is pro
gressing nicely under the man
agement of Miss Cook. Also
the Ions school is doing well
under the management of Miss
Chappel. IT'S Me.
December 10. Rain, snow, ice
and more snow. Fino weather
for weddings, sleieh riding, hunt
ing and shooting matches, but it
means death for the few quails
that are left.
Mr. Windish, of the Cape, was
bore Monday. lie brought out
the counter and fixtures for the
Some of tho boys want to
enter in the rabbit hunt for the
provident association, but they
can cot find a captain. Why
don't you- elect Morleyi lie will
serve and make a good one.. He
knows how to shoot
Chris Gross has moved Into
his new houso and whs given a
serenade the first night by the
Gordonville glee club. They
renderod some good music.
"Hariris'" wish for cheap coal
oil has come to pass. Wo have
plenty of water now. The good
Lord knows when and where to
let it rain.
Mrs.- John Sebastion slipped
and fell on the ice Saturday
morning and broke her arm.
Wo have Jackson carpenters
hero at work. They report A'ork
dull there. That shows what a
progressire town Gordonville is.
Georsro Rodemeyer is having a
saloon built on Seimers' park,
whero you cau get your holiday
drinks hot or cold.
Chas. llartman had his right
hand tore off by the accidental
discharge of his eun while out
hunting a few days ago. It was
dressed by Dr. Hays and is doing
Skating is all tho go now. Jt
is wonderful how independent
some folks are. If they can't
stand up they can sit down and
without being asked, too.
December 17. Old grim win
ter of tho severest type is on us,
having struck hero about Friday
night last, but. I suppose that it
is common at your place.
rpy who neither land
hii tugar nor
waters hit milk
who believei In
the best, and is particular to
piease Uis patrons.
That' the grocer who recom
mends and sells
Coffee that is codec ung taxed
Chickens are freezing and dumb
brutes generally aro suffering
from tho severe change. Wheat
is also likely to be somewhat
Hog killing is tho order of the
day. The writer helped John F.
Tucker kill some nine months
pigs last week which tipped the
beams at 277 and DOO pounds re
spectively. Who can beat these
The ico man of our town is
preparing for nn ico harvest if the
weather continues a few days as
it is at present.
Our school will close Friday
evening, December 0, for the
holidays. We have an excellent
school tinder the supervision
of W. II. Iluys, principal, and
Mrs. Maude Snider, assistant.
Will close by saying that there
will be big ball at the old Grange
hall at Millerville on Tuesday
night, Decembor 24. to which
everybody i cordially invited
and requested to bring some one
with them. Farmer.
Wc have firecrackers, elephants and toys,
Everything to suit the boys;
To see our s,tock, your head would whirl
Fr we also hnvc thing for tho girls.
Shoo fly horses, battleships and dishes
All tho children ever wishes,
Albums and the celluloid hull,
Toy men that Jump and bawl,
Picture books und tho mcrryge-round.
Thing ornlmeutal and very sound;
Tor" ",Bt T'n until they fall
Something (food for each and all.
Yes, wo have silverware for the ladies,
ABC blocks for the babies,
Watches for tho man and boy,
And something all will enjoy.
Our toys are of tin, iron and rubber,
Our bungles, llko them?are no others,
Our silverware will just suit mother,
Our acrobats are euro to please brother.
The saying, "Christmas comes but oneo a year,"
Is as true now as in days of yore,
j So if you good gifts would tny,.
Call at Meier Brothers' Hardware Store.
Meier Brothers' Hardware Store,
Special Sale Until January 1st.
JUST THE TIME YOU ARE NEEDING LOTS OF GOODS.
WE are going to give our friends and the people of this
moving city and surrounding country a chance to buy
Good, Honest Goods, such as they are actually needing,
at Lower Prices than ever offered them by any concern in
Southeast Missouri. By paying "spot cash" for our goods,
and taking advantage of all cash discounts, has put us in a
position to undersell all competitors. All we ask is for you to
call and see our goods. "We'll do the rest."
Men's grar and brown plaid suits, worth
:i no. at $ 1.8.
Men's lilaek wool cheviot suits, worth
14 60, at : . 40
Men's extra line black cheviot suits,
worth 1 10.00, at 7.4."
Men's extra line gray stripe sussiuiero
suits, worth 110.00, ut, 1.45
Mun's gray and brown tricot suits,
worth 7.00, at .1.00
Men's gray mixed overcoat, worth
2.60, at 1.60
Mob's blue or blaek kersey overcoats,
worth .V60, at 4.00
One lot extra line beaver overcoats,
worth 10.00, at 1-V
Good lot of extra tine ovcreoats up to 15.00
Men's heavy long cheviot ulsters, worth
i&0, at ... 4.00
fna lot tine cheviot ulsters, worth
10.00. at ".46
Overc'oaVs and Suits for boys and children
at prices that will make them move.
Men's heavy fleeced" undershirts at 25i
Men's heavy fleeced drawers at
Ladles' ribbed fleeced vests at V
Ladles' unlou suits lc
Misses' union suits 220
All" of' our Underwear
Cloaks and Wraps.
For Ladies, Misses, Children and tho
liable, all go at reduced prices.
18 pounds best granulated sugar for tl.00
13 cans best standard corn for 1.00
11 cans best standard tomatoes for 1.00
A b'ove- prices are strictly for cash.
We need your patronage, and if Low Prices, the Best Goods,
and Fair Treatment will get it, we will secure the same.
. W- Flentge
CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO.
J. S. Kirby and wife of Neelys
Landing wero iu .laekson last Sat
urday soliciting subscriptions tor
tho New Methodist church at Oak
Hill. They secured enough from
our citizens to jiaiot the church.
Mr. Kirby und his estimable wife
arc thorough Methodists and are
rilled with the holy spirit. If the
entire memhershib at Oak Hill
were like Brother Kirby and
wife the church at that place
would certainly show forth its
good works. Mr. Kirby tells us
that Kev. A. 1. Saffold just
closed a glorious revival at Oak
Hill aud the church had taken on
Skates at Meier Bios'.
The wiso young
BSTys'-v-wis ,nn will kiil two
rtei.'ot-J .j. ..I,
PWMMifr3 "Mll.l Willi UUt!
i?TK3mPl stone bv makins
Kn ring the X mas
wgb,iiHot. dot. present: and the
T wise young woman
will commend his economy. No
such pretty selection of engage
ment rings elsewhere in town as
we aro showing at Hasslinger's
Found Sunday, near the
Methodist church, a pair of gold
rimmed spectacles. Owner can
have them by calling at this
ollico and paying for this notice.
Rena Leeper, daughter of
Grundy Leeper, aged about 20
years, died of consumption yes
terday morning at her homo 1
milo east of Fruitland.
Remember, you get a chance
on that f05 music box at drant &
Elbrccht's for each $1 worth you
buy during December.
Our "Most Liberal Offer,"
found elsewhere in this paper.
will not last always, so don't fail
to take advantage of it if you
want full value foi your money
J.W.Bryan ofLowcler.llls., writes
"My little boy was very low with
pneumonia. Unknown to tho doc
tor we gave himFoley'sHoneyand
Tar. The result was magical and
puzzled the doctor, as it lmmedi
ately stopped the racking cough
and lie quickly recovered." All
A Most Liberal Offer.
All our farmer renders should take
ndvnntHiro of llie unprecedented
clubbinir offer we this year make,
wh eh includes with tills paper lne
lAvo Ktock indicator, us speeini
Farmers' institute uaitions ana i lie
Poultrv Farmer. These three publi
cations are tne nest oi uicir cuius ami
should bo in every farm home. To
them we add, lor local, county una
general news, our own paper, and
mnke tho price of the four for one
fever oeiore wi so nnicii superior
reading matter oiicreu tor so small
nn amount or money, ine tnree pa'
Bern named, which We club with our
own. arc wen Known tnroui'iioui, too
west and commend tnemselves to
the reader s favorable attention upon
mere mention. Tlie Live btocK indt-
cstor is the trreat aKricultural and
live stock paper or tno vest ana
Southwestr The Poultry Farmer is
the most practical poiUury paper for
tho farmer, while the Special Farm
ers' Institute Killtbins are the most
practical publientlons lor tlte promo
tion of tfood farininir ever publhihed.
Take advantage of this creat offer,
us it will hold good for a short time
only. Samples of these papers may
be examined by caitinif at tins ouiee
This offer implies to all new sub-
scrlbers aud all old ones who pay up
all arrearages and one year in au
Foley's Honey and Tar
cures c;. . :. r'umoam.
G. S. HENDERSON
Ofuck On South High Street,
vcr Cape County Savings Hank,
acksoti, Missouri. Otllce phone,
172: residence, 1".'
Dr. C. V. Alsop,
Ff&p$iSfri1' -Jy&yyX Exchange
Jackson Exchange Bank
Ufinovwl to New Building
South Side of Wet Main
in All Its llrauchcs.
Office phone 178 :: Residence 78
JACKSON. - MISSOURI.
Dr. J. L. Jenkins,
Over Si liarfcr'H Storu.
Gold FillliiKs, Silver Fillings. Ce
ment FllliliKS. Artltlclnl Teeth.
Teeth cleaned. Dates repaired.
Painless Extraction free when i'lates
Dr. E. P. Emerson
Speeini attention given to
WOMEN AND CHILDREN.
Office On South High Street, one
door north Savings Hank.
i- T ,
Wlllactir.tniill tl t lclV
Court, ui County.
Collections a Kjwc-ialty.
Cape Ulriirdoiiii, Mo.
EDW. D. HAYS,
Attorney at Law
Offick Opposite Central Hotel.
JOHN A. SNIDER,
AT - LAW,
to f rctuatr-' iiMMtttt rrfun-n!, Wrrt
at itc lur taut 'jut n 1 -i-t rfer,
LanltvUI. K. MontfomiK.AIt.
Houtton, Tt. Columbui. C. "
SK-hmond. Vl. Bl"ln(hm. Alt. llckionvlllt. f l
P QURING THE HOLIDAYS Call on
sr Schaefer. Ho will sell you goods at i
S right rk-eH. Anything in tho Dry Goods
S line. Especially do we invite your attention 2
S to our S
1 and Shoes. 1
H o o o H
LO W PRICES alone have no charms for us. s
Naked cheapness does not tempt us to drop an 3
S iota from tho established standard. We try to 5
S get good goods, and then we must sell them for s
t a reasonable profit, for it is the PROFIT that
S enables us to stay in business at the old stand.
1 SCHAEFER. v I
TO THE PUBLIC:
WE, the undersigned, take pleasure in announcing to the people of
Capo Girardeau and adjoining counties, that we have leased
Wilkinson's Mill on Apple Creek, and are now ready to aeeommo
date tho public with
AT REASONABLE PRICES.
We aro nianufneturing
'ANGEL CAKE" .
"WORLD'S FAIR 1903"
"PRIDE OF ALTENBURG"
Foley's Kidney Curt
ouirea kktatj s tad blridcr- right.
We will also do a general exchange ImslneiM in flour, meal, brao
and fchipKtulT. We will give our rersonnl attention to the business at all
tlinea and nolle it a bharc of the public patronage. Respectfully,
Theiss & Theiss,,