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S LOCAL HAPPENINGS. 7
Wheat, 7Scl., for six ty-pound
wheat, lc extra for each addition
al pound oyer sixty.
Meier Dros. for silvetwuro.
W. H. Miller went to St, Louis
i-A A nice lino of ido boards at
kk Kinder & Scbmuke's.
fjj w- H. Macko. of Gordcnville,
"4 Tlod on us lust Saturday.
ft II. J. Behrens has just opened
p,Sa fresh, lot of groceries at "41".
j; VV. II . Weasel, of Oordonvillo,
iV'Ibad business in Jackson lastfc'at-
; f- urday.
y-i All kinds of candies, nuts and
. other Christmas goods at O'Brien
Dr. S. M. McAnally, of Mirble
f Hill, transacted business in Jack
'!;son a few days last week.
"I School tablets, composition
blanks and all kinds of school
stationery at Meier Bros'.
Gail Wallace, wife und son wont
,-Wto Mt. Vernon, III., lust Saturday
' "rPn a few weeks' visit to relmives.
A hue line of Christmas can-
uies uvu ui ion aic a leu s.
Elsewhere you will lind notice
of another mootiug of iho South
At . y-fi p. r . . . ,
east Missouri Poultry association.
fj Why not get n nico iron bed
fji for n Xmas present? You will
;i 'tind them at Kinder & Schmuke's.
Blanehard O'Brien loft last
Monday for a few months' visit
to relatives in Los Angeles, Cal.
Go to O'LJrien & McAtee's for
fZ your Christmas candies, fancy jrro
?. ceries. nuts, nml nil nthnr urn.
f; There was no school Monday
jji in the public school on account of
.? not being able to raise sufficient
i " While doing your Christmas
shopping cull ut Klein's for a
'':;j.nico saddle fur a Christmas
S$ Sen K. W. Flcntvo & Co. 's big
Flcntge & Co.
uu. in uim issue. inev oner
Jbig bargain? till .January 1.
i'Jf Tailor made pants for $3 05;
(4 suits for also cleaning, ie-
i-4 pairing und pressing done ut
Tulleni's barber shop.
j'. On account of the cold weather
'!.' the Southvist Missouri Poultry
0 association did not meet Inst Sat
Oak Ride A. 0. U. W. lodge
lad a union meeting last Tliurs-
Tday night. Soveral of the Jackson
; Meier Bros, will give it chance
J with every purchase of $1 worth
of holiday good and hardware
on a i!3 sowing machine. This
is a strictly lirst class machine.
Dr. J. I). Portertield. Jr.. was in
Jackson Monday. I In assisted Dr.
P. Braso in perforimuz a, surgical
operation ou the wife of Ai s.
O Graulich near here. Mrs Giuulieb
UHsgeling along nicely since the
You have used all
sorts of cough reme
dies but it does not
yield; it is too deep
seated. It may wear
itself out in time, but
it is more liable to
produce la grippe,
pneumonia or a seri
ous throat affection.
I You need something
inai win give you
strength and build
up the body.
will do this when everything
else fails. There is no doubt
about it. It nourishes,
strengthens, builds up and
makes the body strong and
healthy, not only to throw
off this hard cough, but to
fortify the system against
further attacks. If you are
run down or emaciated you
should certainly take this
nourishing food medicine.
Jot. and Ii.cm, all dru(utti.
SCOTT BOWtig, Ch.m. Ntw Yik.
County court mceta in adjourned
A complete linn of buggies to
select from at Klein V.
Ed Kaiser, of Husky, wus in
"41" has candies of
variety for Christmas.
Thonina Poinsett, of White
water, had business in Jackson
Meier Bros, are closing out thoir
Christinas dolls. 2o per cent, off
on large sizes.
P. N.O'Brien we understand re
ceived his commission as tost-
master of Whitewater last
Leave your orders for Christ
mas candies at '4l."
J as. P. Snider, of St. Louis, is
visitiug friends and relatives in
this county. Mr. Snider will ro
turn home in a few days.
7 Chas. Hoeckle, the West $
7 Jackson merchant, buys all J
kinds of Furs. Pays either J
m cash or produce. J
Kubbcr boots for men and boys
at Meier Bros, at low prices.
Ed. Seabaugh went to St. Louis
yesterday on business. He will
spend the holidays in Frederick
town at home with "ma"'.
All kinds of fresh canned goods
can bo found at "41."
Mrs. Kate Schmuke was called
to Cape Girardeau yesterday on
necount of the serious illness of
her mother, Mrs. Spalding.
Do not fail to get somo of the
7uct. (lessen canned corp at "41."
David B. Both, aged 30 years,
formerly of Capo Girardeau, com
mitted suicide last week in .St.
Louis by taking carbolic acid.
All kinds of fruits, nuts and
candies at Behrens' grocery.
Ferdinand Kaiser, of Hender
son, Neb , is visiting his brother
Ed Kaiser, of Bollinger county.
He will return home next week.
All hats at cost at Hutchison &
Co. Buy one for a Xmas present.
For the benefit of our Gordon
villecorres)ondent wearo inform
ed that the three legged rooster
is in the corporate limits of Jack
son, and got there by legitimate
All kinds of Christmas con
fectionaries can be had at "41".
Our public school had to turn
out again yesterday us the rooms
could not be heated up. An ex
pert is here from tho Cnpo and
will put the heating apparatus in
Trade- your old harness and
buggies to Wolters for new ones.
Fred Symons, who was our
depot agent hero f jr many years,
is now permanently located at
Dexter. Mr. Symons we learn has
a hotter paying position and easier
work. We wish him success.
Just a low of tho?e bargains
in sofa pillows left at Hutchison
Programs are out announcing
the meeting of the tweltfth an
nual session of the southeast Mis
souri colored tcachcrs'association.
It will meet in Jackson Pec. L'C
and 27 Somo prominent edtuators
arc-on tho program.
Special attention given to re
pair worJt at Wolters' harness
Alox Cravens, directed by the
Cape County Millingcompaiiy.did
a very commendable thing on
last Friday when the rain wa
pouring down. He took his wagou
and hauled all the West Jackson
school children home from school.
Klein's is headquarters for bar
gains in anything in the harness
F. A. Kago deserves credit for
facing that cold wind, and coming
from the Cape to Jackson last Sat
urday to be present at tho Ami
Horse Thief association meeting.
That is the way Mr. Kage does
business. To whatever pasition
he is elected he w'nl do his duty
whether tho position pays or not.
Call at Hrown's for cranberries,
celery, mince meat, raisins, cur
rants, grapes, oranges, lemons,
bauanas, citron, orange and
lemon peel, cheese, tigs, dates, j
prunes, pickles, kraut, all kinds of
crackers, wafers, etc, nnd 500
We stated last week that the
Fruitland lodge, A. O. U. W.,
would gi ve a supper and entertain -nient
on Doc. 27, for tho benefit
of its members. We did not mean
to infer there woutd bo a charge.
It is simply a meeting at which
the Workmen and their families
are to have a good sociable tlmo.
Some railroad official of Illinois
recently asked our game and fish
warden, A. J. 1). Burford to ex
lend then special privileges to
hunt in Missouri. Mr. Burford re
fused and states ho would not let
the governor of Illinois hunt in
Missouri. That is right bold down
the big men and there will not be
any trouble with the little ones
Xmos lap robes from tt-25 to
10. No troublo to show them.
Have you old harness to repair
or trader uail at Klein's lor a
Call "4t" for your cranberries,
raisins, currants, citron, lemon
Tho young Indies of the Pleas
ant Hill Presbyterian church of
Fruitland will give an entertain
ment at the church on Thursday
evening, December 26. beginning
at 7:30 p. ui.. the "Old Maids'
Convention." Comoand see the old
maids remodelled and become
young nnd gay once more. Ad
mission 15 cents, children under
6 years treo.
Do you want a sot of wagon or
buggy harness cheap? Buy uow
You will find tho nicest line of
Xmas rocktrs at Kinder &
For your Christmas candies
go to "41." They haye the best
L. M. Bean gives us the fol
lowing data of tho weather taken
from tho government thermome
ter: December 13, at 7 a m, 31 de
grees abovo zero; at 10 a. m , G4;
at G p. m., 4i5; precipitation, in
cluding sleet, 2.8S inches. Tho
thermometer at 7 a. m. on the
14th registered 3 degrees above
zero, and on Sunday, December
l.", it icgistered 4 degrees below.
Xmas saddles from 2 to
at Wolters". He leads in prices,
Kinder & Schmuko have a
very line lino of rugs for the
For all kinds of fresh gro- J
J ceries stop at C. lloecklo's J
m in West Jackson. He keeps J
j candies, nuts and other fancy JJ
groceries for the holidays. J
Xmas bridles at Wolters'
from ThKMs. tu&J. Komeiuber the
place. Wolters .
Xmas buggies at Wolters'.
Prices from !) to C9. 40 styles.
Call and see them.
For Christinas and New Year
Holidays, Illinois Central It. It.
will sell tickets at one and one
third fare for rouud trips. Dates
of sale, Dec. 24, 23, 31, and
Jan 1, Return, Jan. 2. For ac
commodation of students and
teacher ot colleges, will sell Dec.
13 to 21. Return Jan. 8. Staud
aid form of certificate will have to
be presented, signed by principal
Xmas horse blanket from
75cts. to $1. At Wolters', the
leader of low prices.
Meier Bros, will handle a
larger line of holida.y goods this
year than ever bclore.
Xmas whips from 5cts. to $5 ut
Wolters'. Come in and see them
whether you buy or not.
Major Jas. Brooks was in
Jackson Tuesday in the interest
of Houck's railroad through
lackson. Why do not our people
who are interested get tho right-
of-way for Mr. llouckj With u
railroad on tho east and west of
us the time will come when we
will wish we hud availed our
selves of the opportunity ot
gutting a luiiroud through
Jackson. ' '
Wolters wants your buggy and
harness trade. Do low prices
catch you f Call and see.
Behrens' grocery store 40 dozen
good canned com which they
will sell j on at 7.x: ts. a dozen.
Itattenburg materials, stamped
goods and in fact everything in
the fancy work line ut Hutchison
Tho Anti-Horse Thief assoc
iation met in Jackson Saturday.
Meeting wus Culled to order by
iho president, F. A. Kage. On
motion made and carried the as
sociation agreed to incorporate.
Petitions will be circulated among
the members and tho incor-
isiration will be completed during
circuit 'court. Association adjourn
ed to meet at its regular meeting
tirst Saturday in February.
A fine lot of Shetland floss just
received at Hutchison & Co., also
some novelties in ourni loalner
and burnt cloth. The latest fad,
Ml" grocury atoro, operated
by 11. J. Behrens, still keeps up
its reputation for carrying the
best lino of frosh groceries in
town. Call and bo convinced.
Degree of Honor Election.
Tho Jackson Degree of Honor,
No. 35, A. O. U. W., elected the
following officers for tho ensuing
year ast Saturday night:
Chief of Honor Mrs. Carrie
Past Chief of Honor Miss Kato
Lady of Honor Mrs. Nollie
Chiof of Ceremonies John
Recorder Miss Daisy Morgan;
Financier Mrs. A. Ward;
Receiver Miss Tillio Knoibert ;
Usher Edward Seabaugh;
Inside Watch Miss Gale Ran-
Outside Watch Hugh Koborts;
Medical Examiner Dr. G. W
Real Estate Transfers.
V. William SclilnncrtoGusUv
E. Ttudert, lot (u Sliawnee
Malliias Kleiner and wife to
acre section 4, township R2,
ranne VI 1
A.J. McGliee and wife to Har
ney Hisserer and Helen His
serer, i:i!i.4." acres m section
80, tow mill p. H2, range 11 2,0i
Poultrymen, Take Notice.
There will ho a meeting of the
Southeast M issouri Poultry asso
ciation held in tho court house
Saturday, December 21. at 2
o'clock. All who aro interested
in poultry raising are invited to
be present. The membership
now numbers 57.
Samuel Ivitninick and
(t. G. Kurro nnd Leonora
Reuben Ltnri and Polly
Fred A. Pott and Laura Leber.
PlllM Mt JlSt.
Am closing out my entire stock.
consisting of dry goods, grocer
ies, shoes, queens ware, etc., at
eost. U. G. Davis,
8 Bee. Mo.
Everyone likes good music,
and a good instrument is ono es
sential for good music.
Call on or write W. L. Wilkin
son, of Sikeston, if you deal re a
lirst -class organ or piano.
C. II. Yolmer is now located
at Allenville, and is prepared to
do blacksmithing in all its
branches. He also handles all
kinds of farm implements, ma
chine repairs, wagons, bug
gies, etc. Ho would bo pleased
to have all his oid customers call
on him for anything in his line.
If you want to see a rush call
around at Wood Mocantilo Co's.
They have been enjoying a big
trade and still have plenty in all
di-puri menis lo supply ail your
wants, and for less money than
Can bo had 'l-.ewh.-ie. S.-e their
many bargain a- erial prices.
A man's iiiufi.iMio-.ii for only
1 L'il. child's ,-ind mines' rubbers
only l"i c.-nis, ti fined skeins yarn
of all wool un'v 50 cents.
Wood Mkucantile Co.
ttf ( tttftFCt tttfff tfr
Don't forget that Hoeckle $
J can sell you Christmas gro
J ceries us cheap'as anybody,
and he always keeps the 7
1 best varieties of fresh goods. ?
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Potatoes, Irish, . . ,
1 1 ay
1 tides ((frel-ll)
Digests what you eat.
Tliis preparation contains all of the
digcsUnts and digests all kinds of
food. ltRivcsluKtant relief and never
falls tocurc. It allows you to eat all
tbo food you want. The most sensitive
stomachs can take it. liy Its use many
thousands of dyspeptics have, been
cured after everything else failed. It
provents format Ion of (as on the stom
ach, relieving all distress after eating.
Dieting unnecessary. Pleasant to take
It oan't hlp
bat tf you good
Fiw pared oalr by I. O. Uf Witt & Co. , t ihlraxa
M M. buuw coaltltu tH ttiiievtUa Wcefe.
" I had a most stubborn eougb
for many year. Il deprived me
of ileep and I crew very thin. I
then tried Ayer Cherry Pectoral,
and was quickly cured."
R. N. Mann, FallMllli, Tenn.
Sixty years of cures
and such testimony as the
above have taught us what
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
We know it's the great
est cough remedy ever
made. And you will say
so, too, after you try it.
There's cure in every drop.
Tint tlit I lie, Mc, SI. All hobn,
Consult yoar doctor. If h tak tt.
thn do ho ny. If ho U1U vou oi
to ttkl II. Ih-n duo't Uko It. II kaw.
Lmh It with him. Wo or wlllln.
J. e. ATKK CO- Unroll. MmM.
STOPS TUB COUCH AND WOliKS
OtT The Cold. Laxative Bromo
Quinine Tablois cure a cold in
one day. No cure, no pay. 2.")c.
For all kinds of beaters tro to
A cold, cough or la grippe can be
"nipped in llio bud witn a doso
or two of roley s Honey and Tar.
Beware of substitutes. All dealers.
For a good mackintosh see
are the best advertisers forFoley's
Money and lar and all who use it
agree that it is a spendid remedy
for coughs, colds or sore lungs.Ail
S W. Brown.
fruit cako from
TO CUKK A COLD IN ONK DAY
Tako Laxative Bromo Quinine
Tablets. All druggists refund the
money if it fails to cure. E. W.
Crovo's Hgnature is on each box.
Men's and boys' sporting goods
at Meier Bros.
To STOP A COLD,
After exposure or when you feel
a cold coining on, take u dose of
Foley's Honey Tar. It never fails
to stop a cold i taken in time. All
Everything good to eat at
S. W. Brown's.
Puts gray matter in your bead.
Kritijrs a rosy glow to faded
cheeks. Restores vim, vigor, men
tal and physical business. That's
Iiocky Mountain Tea will do. Ask
Meier Bros, have now a full
line of stationery.
Tilt; BEST I'KKSWIIPTION 1'oK
Malaria, chills -and fever is a but
tlo of Clove's Tasteless chill
tonic. It is simply iron mid rj 1 1 i
nine in a tasteless form. No cure,
co pay. l'i ice ."Oc.
Hoeckle is headquarters for the
fur trad'J of Jackson.
Used by the ladies of fashion all
over the world. It's without a
doubt tho greatest beautilier ever
offered the American women. IJ.'ic.
Made only by Madison Medicine
Co. Ask your druggist.
A lino line of lap robes going
at reduced juices at Klein's.
C. W. Lynch. of Winchester, Ind.,
writes: "I owe the life of my boy
to Foley's Honey and Tar. 1 le had
membranous croup, and the lirst
doso gave him relief. Wecontrtiu
ed its use und it soon brought him
out of danger." All dealers.
For fresh groceries an I canned
goods of the best kind call at 11".
Chas. Heplogle. Atwater.O.was in
very had shape. He says: "1 suf
fered a great deal with my kid
neys and was requested to try Fo
ley'sKidneyCure. 1 did so aiid in
four days Iwasabloto work again,
nowlatu entirely welT'All dealers.
If you desire real estate in
.lackson or surrounding country
see L. M. Bean.
Editoi Lynch of 'Daily Fost'Thil
lipsburg,N.J.,has tested the mer
its of F.iley'slIoney nnd Tar with
this result: 4,l have used a great
many patent medicines in my fain
i ly for coughs and colds, and I can
honestly say your honey and tar is
the best thing of tho kind I have
ever u.ed and I cannot say too
much in praise of it." All doalers.
It is stated that our railroad
business at Jackson amounts to
10,0()0 a week.
HEALTH AND DEAUTV.
A poor complect ion is usually the
result of a torpid liver or irregu
lar action of the bowels. Unless
nature's refuso is carried off it
will surely cause impure blood.
Pimples, boils and other eruptions
follow. This nature's method of
throwing off the poisons which
the bowels failed to remove. De
Witt'sLittloEarlyRisers are world
famous for remedying this condi
tion. They stimulate the liver and
promote regular and health) ac
tion of tne bowels but never cause
gripiug. cramps or distress. Safe
pills. H. L. Jones.
Furmors, notice our most liberal
offer. Four papers one year for
f 1.25. Duo weekly and two
monthly farm journals, and tbo
Hf.itAi.H. This oiler i cn!y for
NOW IS THE TIME
TO BUY YOUR
HOLIDAY GOOD 8.
Santa Claus lias apiiointed
Grant & Elbrecht
his special ngnnt for Jackson and vicinity this
year and has left with tliem on display and
ready for inspection, a larger and more complete
Block tliiin ever before of the following goods:
TOYS, DOLLS, ALHUMS,
FA NC Y Q U E ENS WARE,
FANCY LAMPS, Ktc.
Every 1.00 purchase secures
a chance on a .' Music Box.
JUST RECEIVED A
A Carload of Lumber
Give Us a
The American Mutual Aid Ass'n.
I'KIK'V STOXK, Cicnkimi. Manai.ki:.
Til. "Jl ii in I "'l' Wainwriulii; lluildiiijr. St. l.miU, Mt.israni.
Licensed t'i do business in Mi-s'iiiri, I inli:iu;i, Kentucky, Misii;,.i
Mint Arkansas. Weekly Ix-ncllis I'm- sicklies nr accident. Iteiielits fur
death. Free use uf surgeon ur physician to nil members.
Cood Organizers Wanted
to iiicrcnse iiie!iihi-fsliii. Ajijily for terms to KIINF.ST GHOLSOX, fieii
eral Atfcnt fur Nmt!ic:ist Missouri, ur In the I Ionic ( llllee, St, Louis, Mo.
Attention, Rabbit Hunters.
At u meeting of tho auxiliary
to the provident association ilie
following wore requested to act
Myrd township, W. Taylor,
Tom McKarlimd and Jim Jenkins;
Hubble township, ut Gordonvillv,
Henry Macko and George Hunt,
at Tilsit, .lolin K'j.leri, at Dutch
town, Dr. A. L l-'rimUHu and
Hen S. Schwab, at Allenville,
Jack Dudloy and Robert Amos,
at Whitewater. Mace Snider and
Harrison lUrrles; Welch town
ship, L- J. SiiiiioKM -I'm 'nr.d li. W.
McNeely; Liberty township, L
J. Devoro an i .1. G. Shnlz;
Kinder township, Hasten J'oe
and Fred lvurre; Whitewater
township, J. W. Miller; Apple
Creek township. Chas. L'l.uie.y;
Udtidol township, (.'has. Williams:
Shawnee township, Price Morion.
All rabbits must he drawn attd
packci in boxes or barrels and
nuiot be at thoir respective snip
ping stations not later thau 10
o'clock a. iu. on the 24th.
Wh have just been advised
by the Missouri l'acitia and Iron
Mountain railroad that nil rab
bits which you may bo able to
secure will bo transported to St.
Louis free of all freight charges, j
Please mark all packages the:
St. Louis Provident association,
No. 1023 Washington Av., St.
Louis, Mo., und each cuptuiu will
please 'phono to L. M. Uoaii on
Mondny about G o'clock p. rn. at
Priest & Behrens' the number of
rubbitts killed so that the total
number of rabbits killed can bu
telegraphed to. tho association at
St. Lou'.s. -L.'M. Bean.
Itead E.T'iectfre'jt Co.'s
ad. in tuic issue. .
All Kinds of
IT SUITS ME
TO SUIT YOU
I'.iisincs Suits. lips suitv, Full
Ih-i'sk Suits, Smoking Jackets,
l.ounin- Kohi s. I niioiins, nnd
Clerical Garments made to order.
Ladies and Gents'
Refitted, licliiiideled, lnovat"d,
l(eiaiivd and I'lej-sed. Fine tratkt
especially solicit! J.
Second House South of Henry
, Wajrncl-'s lllaeksinith Shop.
Will go at Half Price.
at 7 l-2c a yard.
Everything goes at re
duced prices during
the holidays. Gloves,
Notions, Dry Goods
and Fancy Articles at
It. Iteehan & Co.
South Hic;h Strodt,
JACKSON, - - MISSOURI:
Don't fail to pay your subscrip
tion. We need the money.
DAW N E R OA LVn
tta win t ttu mw i