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The Jackson herald. (Jackson, Mo.) 1897-1911, September 19, 1901, Image 3

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What, COctH for sixty pound
wheat, lc e xtra for each addi'ion
i! pound over sixty.
V. -. A fr-ist in and around
Jack i. vf-.tHf'tty.
Cora 65cis at the Cape County
Milling coinpauy.
Henry Krade, of Friedhotm,
had business in Jackson lust
Monday. .
You can buy corn from the
Cape County Milling company at
65cta. or bushel.
Il'iornr eavs that tlioro will be
u wfd.liiiK in Weot Juckson in
the near future.
JLots of now poods at Wood
Mercantile Co.'s and tlio prices
are the. lowest.
O. B Kinder la putting a large
plans front in the Grant & El
trecht building.
There is much to bo gained by
buying your millinery goods
from Hutchison & Co. Consider
the matter
Don't forsrd the colored Baptist
picnic Saturday, September 21.
at Hinkle's grovo Refreshments
will bo served.
While returning from a shoot
ing last Saturday night Henry
Wagner was severely bruised in
a runaway.
D. T. Sawyer, postmaster at
Fruit-land, returned from a visit
to his brother, W. F. Sawyer, at
Greenville, last Friday.
Ilinklo Williams Mercantile Co.
are now receiving their now fall
stock. When in need of full and
winter goods give them a cull.
W. C. Knoth, of Muryville,
is visiting in Jackson and vicinity
this week. Mr. Knoth's wife was
Miss Katie Schaefer, who is well
known to our citizens.
Hinkle Williams Mercantile
Co.'s fall and winter stock of
men's and boys' clothing is now
in. Thoy are showing a number
of pretty paterns in th new
"Military" cut.
Oliver Puls.of Chaonia.will read
tbo Hkkamx Oliver is clerking
for the J. T. Moss Tie company
at that place, and is hcYe on a
visit to his mother for a few
Last week I went about,
Full of trouble and of doubt,
Now I'm smiling and dance with
1 had gome Rocky Mountain Tea
lastnigla. Ask your druggist.
The different churche3 of
Jackson will have memorial ser
vices in honor of our dead presi
dent today, and there will be
eulogistic exercise? held in the
court house.
"I had bronchitis for 20 years,"
aaid Mrs. Minerva Smith of Dan
villo.lll, "aud never got reliof un
til I used Foley's Honey and Tar
which is a sure cure for throat
and lung diseases. All dealers.
By order of J. F. McLain, the
actiug mayor of the city of
Jackson, it is recommended that
to day bo observed as a day of
rest and all persons are requostod
to close their places of business.
and assemble at the churches,
where services will conducted in
boner of Vir. McKinley, late
president of the United States.
Wo have just received our fall
stock of vlothinsr and it . is a
beautiful line. Wo handle the
the rolebnued Schwab line of
clothing, which is uiHiirpasod by
any manufacturers in tiio United
btatosfor style, tit uud durability
Come in und let us show you our
line of cloihtngt We sell them
Wood Mercantile Co.
For0 Tiger
No use to hunt tigers with
bird-shot It doesn't hurt the
tiger any and it's awfully risky
for you.
Consumption is a tiger
among diseases. It is stealthy
but once started it rapidly
eats up the flesh and destroys
the life. No use to go hunting
it with ordinary food and med
icine. That's only bird-shot.
It still advances. Good heavy
charges of Scott's Emulsion
will stop the advance. The
disease feels that.
Scott's Emulsion makes tire
body strong to resist. It
soothes and toughens the lungs
and sustains the strength until
the disease wears itself out.
Send for free sample.
ICOTT ft MWHI, CKtotaefc Pw St., N. V.
put u4 f 1 til VU(f M.
Mrs. Albert ' Shcppard has
typhoid lever.
Now lino of buggies at Meier
J. B. Allen moved to llivcr-
ton, III., yesterday.
Meier Bros, will sell you a good
buggy for 15.
H. H. Mueller's new buildings
are going up rapidly.
For good cucumber pickles
call on Mr. Iluldaman.
Manning Morton returned from
St. Louis last Saturday.
Checks taken in exdmngo for
millinery goods at Hutchison &
Born, to George NUwunger and
wife, on lust Friday, a lino girl.
The "ape County Milling corn-
puny sells corn ut oycts. per
Wilson Scibort and Kent Wil
son left Monday to enter school
at Fulton.
Wagon harness, plow gears
and a nico line of buggies cheap,
at Klein's.
Ben and Paul Viuyard left last
Saturday to resume their studies
at Liberty.
Dr. Phillips and II. L. Jones
returned from the Sedaliu fuir last
Albert Mueller and Julian
Miller left lust Saturday to enter
school at Fulton.
The Cape County
Savings Bank is now
located in the building
formerly Cannon's
Drug Store, two doors
south of the Bank
D. K. Sawyer loft last Friday
to resume his studies in a veterin
ary college at Kansas City.
Jut received a lot new buggies
at Meier Bros. Hardware com
pany. Come and see them. They
will suit you in quality und price.
Born, to J. E. Cottier and
wife, on September 7, a girl.
Mother and child are doing well.
Chas. Reploglo of A t wuter,0. .was
unable to work on account of Intl-
ucy troubfe. After using Foley's
Kidney Cure four days was cured.
All dealers.
Kev. J. O. Willett, - who was
called away on account of the
death of his father, returned last
Those desiring to bring us
wood fin subscription will please
do so as quick as possible. We
want to lay in our winter supply
before the roads get bad.
Miss Tuva Kinder went to St.
Louis Monday to he gone three
or four weeks. Her mother ac
companied her as far us Marble
The new goods that nre being
received at Hutchison & Co.' are
of tho very best and latest styles.
and the cheapest prices.
The strcot commissioner started
grading on South Hiyli street!
lust Thursday. When com
pleted this street will bo among
the best in towu.
Long experience and success in
the millinery business iroes to
prove that it is an advantage to
you to buy your millinery goods
from Hutchison & Co.
Born, on September 14. to
Walter Martin aud wife, of Win
6eld, Kan., a lino boy. Mr.
Martin is tho son-ir.-luw of our
worthy towiismau, B. M. Morgan.
B.W. Pursoll, Kinteisville, Pa.,
says he sulfti edioycars with piles,
could obtain no relief until Do
WitfsWitch Hazel Sulvc effected a
permanent cure. Counterfeits
are worthless. All dealers,
Quong Lee, the laundrymau,
who has been in St. Louis for
several months, has returned aud
taken ehareo of his laundry in
this city. His work is first class
in every roiect.
You can get corn
from the Cape County
Milling company for
65cts. a bushel.
How'h This?
We offer imo hundred dollars
reward for any case of catarrh
that cannot be cured by Hall's
Catarrh cure.
F. J. Cheney & Co. Toledo, ().
Wo, the uudersignod, have
known F. J. Cheney for tlio last
fifteen yeurs, and believe hint
perfect honorable in all business
transactions and financially able
to carry out any obligations made
by their tirm.
West & Truax, wholesale drug
gists. Toledo, O. Walding,
Kinnan & Maryin. wholesale drug
gists, Toledo, ().
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken
internally, acting directly upon
tho blooi and mucous surfaces of
the system. Testimonials sent
Sold by druggists. 75c.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
Obituary. ,
Pied, at tho home of her
daughter, Mrs. M. J. Dickrrson,
on September 10. (Jmndnia
Whittaker, aged 82 jtars. Sho
had been afflicted with paralysis
for several years, but was never
heard to complain, and endured
ail bravely and at last passed
triumphantly to her eternal rest.
She had been a faithful member
of the New Sulcm Methodist
church for twenty five years.
During tho time that hor health
permitted bar, sho was an earn
est worker in the church.
She leaves live children, thirty
grandchildren, oud many friends
to motirii hor loss. Sho was a
devoted wife und mcther, and the
summons found her ready. Our
mourning is not without hope,
but we bow in humble submission
to tho will ,of Him "who doeth
all things well." May we all be
able to say, "Father, Thy will be
done." After a short funeral
service by Rev. T. H. Jeijkins,
pastor of the Oak Kidgo Baptist
church, the remains were laid to
rest to await tho resurrection.
Uratidnia lias goim to heaven,
Holding ft beckoning hand,
OalliiiK us home forever,
To a fairer, bettor land.
Another mound In the graveyard,
A form beneath the ho;1.
One more ut tin? feet of Jcmis,
In th! beautiful homo of God.
Teotli Kxtrueteil Without l'aln.
Mrs. A. L. Bryte is
going to leave Jackson
und all wishing work
done bv her should call on her
on September 18, 1!), 20 aud 21,
as these will be her last days in
Jackson for an indotinite period.
You will tind her at Mrs. Wcs
hcII's. Don't foigct the dates.
Many physicians ure now prescrib
iug K(k1o1 Dyspepsia Cure regu
larly having found that it is the
best prescription they can write,
because it is tho one preparation
which contains the elements nec
essary to digest not only some
kinds of loo. I, but all kinds and it
therefore cures dyspepsia und in
digestion no matter what its
caune. Alldea'ers.
Posters are out announcing a
sale of personal property at tho
residence of O. .II. Gross near
Ttlordonvillo on September 2S.
Some thoroughbred Shorthorn
cuttle will be sold at this salo.
A never failing cure for cuts,burns
scalds.uleois, wounds und sores is
De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. A
most soothing and healing remedy
for all skin affections. Accept
only the genuine. All dealers.
On the fourth page of this
issue will bo found tho popula
tion of the cities and towns of
Mi.-sotui as given out ollicially,
Those Interested in such mutters
should cut it out und preserve it.
All the newest creations in fall
and winter millinery are to bo
found nt Hinkle -Williams Mer
ran tile Co.'s. This department is
iu charge of Mrs. Mary Watkiiis
again this season.
Hev. C. W. Latham, will preach
at Mel1 errou s school house next
Sunday at 3.30 p. m.
When stopping off at D:-lta do
not forget Unit Thomas Hunt
keeps cold lunch, fresh bread and
cold drinks, besides a fresh Hue
of family nicer ies.
He U located between tho Iron.
Mountain depot und the post
MAiTiirTi jTeFokt.
Ifm-icct.-il Weekly ly W. I!. S,-li:iet. !l.
Corn !'"
Oats -I'i
litut.i-H, IrNh 1.2 i
Hay tO'.nHi
Cuttle. -'(.: ..
IIuk, jrios !' .")'..
l.urd lu
Tallow 1
ltaeoii 10
."Miulllrirl'n 1
Ham 1-'
Hides (urccii) i;
Hceswax -
Wool l'
Feathers IIVm lo
Chickens iliMS'.
Turkeys '.Mii'i'
HiiekH 4
Oct-Hit 21
Hutter 10ef 15
Dyspepsia Curo
tTifjcsts what you cat.
Thla nrennrnllnn rutains all of th
diircstants aud dlgcstf all kinds ot
food, ltpivesiustant relief a.'.nl never
lulls to cure. It allows you to vat all
ttio food you want. The most sensitive
stomachs can take it. lty ltsusemauy
thousands of dyspeptics have been
Cured after everything else failed. It
prevents format ion of i;as on t hot-torn-tcb,
relieving all distrcssaftercatlng.
Dietluu unnecessary, l'lcasauttotake.
It can't help
but do you cJ
Prp red only by R O. t)B Witt On., tilcuea
ko (1. buttlo couUln m till Uu SOc lu
All Dealers.
Real Estate Transfers.
Thomas Kd wards el a), to
Martha A. Friend, 40 acre lit
ocellon tovvii;dilo 2i mid
raiiyo 11 1""
J. W. Knveiipol t c t ill. to W.S.
Griddle, ltRI.4) Helen In sec
tlon 20, township :i2 imd
rniiKc 12 2. 1'""
Joel K. Kaiulol to Chirenet! .
Xorvcll and wife, 11 :r" In
section lit, township 111 mid
raiiKo U :i"0
Jesse I', sieuhnut'li and wife to
Oeorife I'ropst, 141 acres in
oection 5, township M2 and
raiiKCll 2."
Martha A. VS'hlteakcr to Geo.
Wiiiteaker, lot 23 In rane N,
in Cape (lirardenu 2i()
John M. Slavic nnd wife to
August Wilier, two lots in
Whitewater l'Ki
Miss Kato Pepper, Mrs. Carrie
Rannoy. Mrs. W. D. Robertson
and L. S. Pepper went to St.
Louis Tuesday on business.
They will return the last of the
SidDarling,101Howard St.Pprt
Huron, Mich. .writes:"! have triixl
many pills and laxatives but He
Witt's Little Karly Risers arc far
the best pills I ever used.'' They
never gripe, All dealers.
D. R. Anderson lias bought
George F. Ward's interest in the
pea huller. llo is now prepared
to hull peas for all who wish his
Don't wait till you become chroni
cally eonstipated but lukepe Wilt's
Little Kurly Risers now and then.
They will keep your liver nnd
bowels in good order. Easy to
take. Safe pills. All dealers.
Died, at hor home, in Cape
(jirardcau. at 7 o'clock yesterday
morning, Mrs. Charlotte Williams,
wife of ex-Judge Frank Williams.
Always read our want, for sale,
etc. column. You may find
something for which you are
J. II. Hoffmann returned from
St. Louis yesterday, where lie
had been under medical treat
ment. Bring in that stove wood on
subsciiption. Wo can use u few
loads now.
Born, on Tuesday, to Julius
Snider, Jr., and wife, a girl.
Don't fail to pay your subscrip
tion. We need the mouov.
II. L. Hoffmeister returned
from Buffalo yesterday.
Foley's Honey and Tar
cures totes, present pncumonls.
Ou rn
Am the
Ve Kavs ihi
Tree; fo Sell
that v Uvut Just such
I'fiiutli'j un we aro
tint rUi-tln?.
t Mir nt in Nur-ffi-y stork
liu- roinr out
of I. if (Imutli tit ':iutl
I'omtition, ttiirt vv
kindly stiii. 'it a li:ire
of your iwitititiuo.
and at
See Our Stock and
Get Our Prices
Dry Goods,
. Notions.
We st'll (Joorts
the cheapest of
any toiicern in
Southeast Mi
toari Mens' Shirts, worth 50 cents,
25 cts.
Good Piintu, worth 11.50,
75 cts.
A Good Suit, worth $7.00,
Summer Goods
at Half Price.'
R. Rcclian & Co.
South llit;h Street,
Resolutions of Respect.
At tlio regular rn"cliii of
Jackson Camp. No. J'.at, M. W.
A., tho following lcnlui'mns wore
Whereas, It- Inn iilcasivl Oml
in his wU'lom to remove from our
milst on August LV, l:iUl, our
boJov.'d Neighbor, William 1.
Sclnnuko, therefore, lo it
HcHolvod, 1. That in tho death
of Neighbor Schmukc tho Camp
Um lost a faithful member, his
family a dutiful son nnd btother
und the community u pood citizen:
2. That in honor of his mem
ory our charter be draped for a
period of thirty da.ya;
?. That a copy of tBeso reso
lutions bo nprcal upon the
records of the Camp, a copy bo
sent to tho niothor of our do.
coaled Neighbor and copioa bo
sent to tho Cash -Hook and II Kit
At.li for publication.
T. D. Iltxtis,
J. 0. TvlLLETT,
Williams i$ making
p h otos cheap this
month. Get his prices.
Marriage Licenses.
A. A. Union and Elizabeth
Fried rich ;
T. L. 1 Jeers and J. .1. Uearden;
Geo. Chi i.-tciiberry and Sarah
A. Tathett;
A. M. Fr nabarger and S. C.
John W. Jacob and Minnie
Gooree Jenkins tind Mamio
Jas Markert and Alma Ilobbs.
Mothers write us that they they
have solved the problem of kcep
insr llieir children well. Give them
Rocky Mountain Tea each week
A blessinc to mother aud child.
Ask your druggist.
Ewryono likes i'ood music,
and a good instrument is one en
(ential for good music.
Call on or writo W. L. Wilkin
son, of fciiUcstoi), if you desire a
first class organ or piano.
An English nssociutiou regard
ing woman's happiness h;i ottered
a reward of CMIO fur a greater
blessing to woman than Houky
Mountain Tea. bensiblo move.
Ask your druggist.
I'roposaK lor riru-W ol.
Scnlcil hlrls will ho received ly tin;
lliiil-rij!iic(l for the mile ntiil liellveiy
of lilty ii)rdn f unml hanl, seux iiied
i Ihv-wuiul for tlio court-house anil jail.
Hitl-i will tie received for the whole
lot or in lots of ten cord or mote, and
are to he presented !,v .Satnr.lav, Sep
teinher Ul. 11K1 , at lio'elock p. m. The
ritrht to reject any and all hid Is re
served. The contractor or contnvt
ors to deliver wooil within one month
fiom time of letting.
Wit. I.I AM I'AAC,
t.'l.Tk 'onnt j Coin t.
Notice to Ituildcrs.
Tho undrr-ijjiind oioiiis. is-ii' on is
tv ill receive healed Mds for theer-C-t:on
of H 1 1 r I i 1 : 1 1 1 1 s to tho east and west
sirlcM of the conrl-hoil-.' 111 Jaek'-oii.
I'laiiH oild Kpei'illeiit ion mi' same m iv
he Keen lit prohate olUee. l'.ids w ill
he lecciveil for n id'tio'.s on either
siile or for holh Miles. Kids will he
received up to Sa'.tud .y. S-ptciiilior
21. I'.I'jI, nt .":'" p. 111.. and iiiiikI he
acconipaiiled hy ceiiilii-d cluck for
spKi 11-1 evidence i.v pio-i lalih on the
iiartofthe hiddi-r. T!:e riVht. to re
ject Miy or till lU'a in rescrvtd.
.1. 1". Mcl.Aix.
V. 11. M11.1.KU,
Jus. Kiii:iii.i:k.
Notices to Uiido I'uiuters und
No'Jco I lierehy fiven that, 1 will
ii ci.ivi) per day hids out, I cpl.einhcr
2 l'.i'il, for pLiliilintr all the iron end
steel hriihres ill t.'aru' fiimivli'ii'i
Connie. Misiiiopi. AU ; t, etc..
to lie f;ii:ih.l;eil ii.v the cootify, and
painters lo he paid 1 y the day! The
rijihl to ii jiii t any and all hids K Vi -served.
For flirt her particulars pp
ply to II. A. Oai oiii:i:i v.
Itoad and Hrldj-'c Oiini.iis.siom r.
The iiinh rsiirned Joad and llrlde
f oniniissioner of t'-ipe (liraide.iu
County. Mif.-oiirl, will, on t !i? litit t
d.vy of Hi pti iid i-r I'.hii, at o a in., at
tin- nit.; of hride. let contract for t!i;
huddinir of a wooden brid'' on Htoue
pillars acror-s a hr.ineli on land ol
N. 1". SteurnV.n half niiln norih of
M illerville. Thu riffht to reject ally
or all bids is nvei vcd.
H. -. IiArouritTY,
Itoad nnd Iii idirt! Conimissioiier,
The iinderHitieil Hoad and bridge
I oninilsKioiier oi t, aiio i;irai(teau
County, itissoii;i, will, on .Septemher
iu x p. in., at sue oi oki nriiitre.
lot contrai.'t forthn huildinvr of a new
wooden hrlvhre across it branch on
lands of Ir. MiirKel, mvir Alleiivillc,
on road from Whitewater to Allen
vlile t he riudit to reject any and all
bids Ik reserved.
11. A. IlAVOllKKTY,
Itoad and ltrid;;t Commissioner
of pps or fdue la
It ii all toffee pure coffee
strong and ol delicinui flavor.!
Some colTers are varnished with'
a cheap coating of egrgs, glue or
other equally roxious subsUnci-t.
Tha mM ti'lui luu. Aitorai
Foley's Honey mad Tot
tortblldr0,SMl,tun. Ho opiates.
Big Stock of
New Goods at
Wood Merc. Co.
('all and what a Nice Line of New
l)nnH fJootls, NotiotiH, rorcaltifl, Jacvm and
EnibruM.'ry, Ktirni-liin Goofln, llalu and
Cap for tlx? school girls nnd boy a; Millinery,
yiirx-H, ('npert and Jackets, and ClotLiDg.
' Our ntoro in iackol full of bargainn.
(!onin in and hoc the new good.
1 1 u 1 11 C u
Will Exhibit at '
. -..4"' CVr
Mammoth Waterproof
Seating Capacity for 3,(KK.
Watch far tlio
Git and Fkkk iSlUIdT I'auadk
at 11:30 a. in.
AV. it. MlM.KK, President.
CAPITM. AHD S'J?:?L133 - - - SSS.CSQ.
(iuardi'il by .Midcr Si tvw Hour,
Burhsr-Proof SntV mi l Vtih; 'limn
l.oi'k. ' t airy Ilui-o-'an I;.r-:if;iiii-'.
OirtTiug Lvi-ry A i' out m ml al i on
( ' ii n :n h t on t with Sound Haiikin;,'.
DJIIF.C'J i ;;s:
W. II. Mil. I. Kit. .Iniu'ir Koriii Ki;, J. 1.. Uinki.i:,
W. C. Ci:a u.vu'. Ci.ai - Ukiiki.vkk,
C. V. 11i:mu:kson, ;. 11. stati.i u.
Kp. IIovi. ahii, Cashier,
Weather Report.
V'calher and crop report of the V.
S. lvpuru.i '1'.t ot .Vrictiittire, J. !!-.-mi'i
Htatioii. for the v '!; eii.lii:
S.itimlay, September 11, If'.il.
I'empf r-
t nr. . z
Day of Vee
Snnd iv
Tuesday . . .
Thursday. . .
.v.i i to !..,
11 k" j iv; : 10
li M I c,.i i Ml
lr; i s:. , ."d 1 :,o
Atiout HVerH;.'.' for heat; cloudi
ness excessive.
I.. M.Hk.vn. V. . V. H. W. S.
Henry Hraydon. Harris N.U.. says:
"I took medicine 'Jd yuars tor
until ma but one iMttle of One Min
ute Cough Cure did mo mere .rood
than anything else darin-i lliat
time. I'cMtcouffh cure. All dealers.
The Cape County
Milling company will
sell you corn for 65cts.
a bushel.
III, writcs:''I was troubled witu a
hacking cout li for a year and 1
thought I had consumption. I triod
a great many romedios ami was
under the caro of physicians sev
eral months. 1" used olo liottlo of
Foley's Honey and Tar. It cured
me and I have Lot been troubled
sicco." All dealers.
Animal Show
Purformintr I'liiiies, Dosrs arid
Monkien that d nvorvihinif hut
talk ; M'o tlio Herd of Kmaiiest
IV-rforminj.' 1 1 c i h a n t s in
(.'aptivil y.
fl RtVllflTlON IN ftftlMftL TKftlKIMO
JllS. KOCIII.KII, Vice i'l'i-ldelit.
Ai.vix Iiiikm, Ai.i. t . ihier.
Wants, For Sale, Etc.
Ffllt s.I.l.--l-:i;;hly neri-s or ki..I
i Hi I ci.Mred ; Vf iod house, y. d
b-.rti. o'c-.ird. i.leiuyot wrmd jirii'j:
v.i! r; 1 c:r.e I v.it.iiiu l ind-.-sui 'nu
lliii. ii. v ' ;rii v (iitity. vvl'.I bliv
it. Aji;dv II;:;;ali oin 'C.
Kdi! SAl'.i: CIIKAI'- likhty norr
if lc.i.d !vi:ii lurwien I'.iialionta
und 's Laudhi'.;. Apjd v at thm
l'i i ii i;-'.N"i--A lonr-rooin hoiiKti
iti in-uiii-a.-t J.c:kv.iu, u oe-iiab!o
I--.' il :-i'i. A -.!v at. t Hi-; ranee.
I-Oil fSA I.V. Tivo jfne.l 1jihi.sc nnrl
lots in .lackiion m a hnrain. Call
on I, M. li.-an. .lacl.-on, Mo. "
I'oi! S 1-K -( ..,.:,! cnciinihor idckTes
at IJ ' ... cents r, Dillon. Apply to' 11.
FIt SALW-One pmii all-purpoi-e
lioiM'. Aii;dyat thisoillee.
1 OK SAI.K CI!:":.tood
iny in-ichinc. Aj.iy lit UiIh otllct.
iHe toted gH
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Manufacturer, Uox 1102 Chicago,
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