LOCAL HAPPENINGS. I
Wheat. 62cU for sixty pound
I wheat, lc extra for eacn addition
al pound over sixty.
Don't fail to fro to Bonne Terre
-For all kinds of heaters go to
Dr. L. P. Ruff in this week at
L New fall goo:ls now in at
Dkuening & Korstoor'a.
Tlomember the concert at tho
Turner HrII tonight.
Henry Behrens is handling
Mrs. Ilaldaman and Bon Charlie
ro Tisi.ing in Illinois.
Coil at Bohrens' grocery store.
one dour east of the old stand.
Qus Markwort, of Perryvllle,
was visiting in Jackson last week.
Capes and jackets. New fall
stock now in. Plush capes from
$1.50 up at Bruening & Kcrst
ner's. J. T. Wood sold hi3 intorest in
Vao Snider & Co. store at White.
wnlir ir A I ha ft. TiYiril ' 'L
If yoa desire real estate in
Jackson or surrounding country
see L. M. Bean.
Albort Kerstner and wife, of
Bloomfield, were visiting in Jack
son a few days last week.
Big line of hosiery at Bruening
& Korstner's. Our ladies' black
hose at 10c. have double soles
and double high spliced heels.
Our childreus' black hose at 10c.
are the equul of many sold at
Drs. Vinyard, Slaughter and
Henderson attended the South
east Missouri Medical association
at Farmington last week.
CM. Pholps, Forcstdule, Vt.,says
his child was completely cured of
a bad caso of eczema by the use of
of all counterfeits. It instantly
relives pain. H. L. Jones.
The foot ball game hero last
Monday between the Cape and
Jackson teams resultod in a Bcore
of 15 to 0 in favor of Jackson.
We are informed that smallpox
is again in the northern part of
the county. It is said that Jim
Beal and family are suffering
When suffering from a racking
cough take a dose of Foley'aBoney
and Tar. The soreness will be re
lieved and a warm, grateful feel
ing and heating of the parts affect
ed will be experienced. Alldcalers.
L. M. Bean and Otto Kock
tizky will begin tho preliminary
survey of tho drainage district
this week. Tbey will begin near
W. T. Wesson, Gholsonvillo.Va.
druggist, writes: Your One Minute
Cough Cure gives perfect satisfac
tion. Customers say it is tho best
remedy for coughs, colds, throat
and lung troubles." II. L. Jones.
C. S. Morrison and wife, of
Deray. had business in Jackson
Thrrsday. Charley is the enter
prising merchant at Deray, and
he is doing a fine business.
Backache should never be neglect
ed. It means kidney disorder,
which, if ol lowed to run too long
may rosult in Uright's diseaso,
diabetes or other serious and often
fatal complaiata. Foley's Kid
ney Curo makes the kidneys well.
An interesting program is be
ing prepared for the chrysanthe
mum fair. Time and place will
bo given later. Anyone having
plants is earnestly solicited to
Fresh bread and confection
aries of all kinds ut Wagnor &
of Cod Liver Oil is the means
of life, and enjoyment of life to
thousands: men women and
When appetite fails, it re
stores it. When food is a
burden, it lifts the burden.
When youlose flesh.it brings
the plumpness of health.
When work is hard and
duty is heavy, it makes life
It is the thin edge of the
wedge; the thick end is tood
But what is the use of food,
when you hate it, and can't di
Scott's Emulsion of Cod
Liver Oil is thefood that makes
vou foreet vour stomach.
If you have not triad It. send for
fraaaampls. Ita agraaable tasta will
"400 Pearl Street. IMaw York.
BOo, and H.ooiaii druggist.
Hear the Ooodwal-Dickorman
Co. at Turner Hall tonight.
Whito kid caps at Hutchison &
Church conference next Tues
day night in the Methodist church.
Jerry Harrington with his able
assistants are here billing the
town for lbs coming Wild West
show on November 2.
Meier Bros, have now a full
line of stationery.
George Hasslingor has gone to
St. Louis to buy bis Christmas
goods. He says be is going to
fill up his new store with the
nicest of presents.
Wagon harness, plow gears
and a nice line of buggies cheap,
Mr. Murphy, who graded
North High street about a yoar
ago, has been grading on the
railroad near Ste. Genevieve. He
passed through Jackson Tuesday
with his teams and scrapers on
his way to the Cape.
Cotton double blankets at 50c.
60c. and up at Bruening &
jvemnors. - 1
Hennessey & Bridges, the map
men, brought suit against twelve
or fifteen of our citizens who re-
sused to pay for their maps.
Birch Allen, of Burfordvllle,
had a trial and lost the suit,
costing him $30 or $40, The
other defendants effected a com
August Flachsbnrt now bos bis
bakery in the Wigsinton build
ing. fresh bread always on
We have just completed seven
hundred copies of an address do
livored by Prof. Wm. Brooks, of
this place, to tho third district
Baptist association at Cape Gi
rardeau, August 14. This ad
dress is logical, rhetorical and
lull of excellent thought It
furnishes every evidence of a
Big line of flannelettes from a
good cheap one at 5c. to the best
ones at 10c. in fancy dark
ana light sarnies. Also plain
colors at 10c. in light blue, pink,
red and cream at Bruening &
Miss Lucie Stone, the delight
ful Chicago soprano, will be
heard with the Goodwal Dicker
man Co., at the opera houso on
Thursday, October 24. Her ren
dition of the old time songs as
classic selections never fail to de
light tho hearers. She is one of
tho few classically, cultivated
singers who enunciates her words
so as to be perfectly hoard. Hear
her sing the songs your mother
used to sing.
Now is the time to get rid of
those bad aching tooth that have
caused you so much misery.
W'nter will soon be hero and
you know what that means. I
will extract them absolutely with
out pain, and without any bad
results regardless of what others
may say. No charge for painless
extraction when plates are want
ed. AH other dental work done
in first class order and guaran
teed to give satisfaction. I do
not use cheap material, and
therefore do not advertise to do
cheap work. Very respectfully,
. J. L. Jenkins,
Office over Schaefer's store.
Wood Morcantilo Co. is still
holding the prices down on many
of the leading articles of the
season, and the people seem to
appreciate the extremely low
prices judging from the way they
have gathered there for the last
three weeks. From L. C. Hoff
roeister, who is the foreman of
this wide-a wake firm, we loam
that this season's business so far
is Tory satisfactory, and they are
all jubilant over their nice trade.
When in need of good np-to-dato
merchandise call on this firm.
Deafness Cannot be Cured
By local applications, as they
cannot be reach the diseased por
tion of the oar. There is only
one way to cure deafness, and
that is by constitutional remedies.
Deafness is caused by an in
flamed condition of the mucous
lining of tho Eustachian tube.
When this tube gets inflamed you
havo a rumbling sound or imper
fect hearing, and when it is en
tirely closed deafness is the result,
and unless the inflammation can be
taken out and this tube restored
to its normal condition, bearing
will be destroyed forever; nino
cases out of ten are caused by
catarrh, which is nothing but an
inflamed condition of the mucous
We will give one hundred dol
lars for any case of deafness
(caused by catarrh) that can not
be cured by Han a uatarrn Cure.
Send for circulars free.
F. J. Chenny & Co.,
Sold bv druggists, 75c.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
Remember tonight is the con
cert at Turner Hall. Go hear
some good singing.
For all kinds of fresh groceries
call on Henry Bobrens.
"Chips and Splinters" at the
court . house Thursday night,
November 7. Admission free.
It is your loss If you don't buy
your millinery goods at Hutchi
son & Co.
Dave. Hamilton moved yester
day into the house that he re
cently purchased from Roland
Checks taken on any store in
exchange for millinery goods at
Hutchison & Co.
Theodore Zeirath, of the bend,
passed through Jackson yesterday
with two loads of old corn from
his Bollinger county farm.
School tablets, composition
blanks and all kinds of school
stationery at Meier Bros'.
Preaching at McKmdreo church
next Sunday morning and after
noon. Dinner will bo served on the
ground. Will be . postponed if
! I I '
Hutchison & Co, are head
quarters for everything new in
millenery goods and fancy work
Next Sunday is "old peoples'
day" at Frultland M. E. church
Rev. J. H. Denman is to preach
at 10:30 a. m. The old ara most
An encyclopedia, carpet, rug
ana other articles ol furniture
only beon in use three years are
to be sold by the fasti me club
at the court house Saturday.
Attend the A. O. U. W. cele
bration at Bonne Terre Saturday,
October 26. 12.25 for the round
trip. Train leaves Jackson at
6:30 a. m., returning that night.
Tickets on Jackson Branch for
sale at J. II. Kneibert's. Jones'
drugstore, Hoffmeister's barber
shop and Herald office 50cts
for round trip to Allenville.
Jackson is fast assuming city
airs. Uncle Sam has provided
us with two mail boxes One is
on facnaefers corner and the
other in front of the post-office,
We, tho jury, find that tho de
ceased camo to his death from
heart failure, caused by not tak
ing Rocky Mountain Tea made by
Madison Medicine Co. 35c. Ask
Died, at her home in West
Jackson, on Saturday, October
16, Lula O. Lusk, aged 17 years,
months and 15 days. The
funeral sorvices were conducted
at Apple Creek church by Rey.
J. W. Worsnop, and her remains
were laid to rest in the Apple
Creek cemotory Sunday, October
The Hawaiian women's club at
Honolula debated the question:
"Js it better to take Kocky Moun
tain Tea hot or cold?" Either way
it magnifies your pleasuo. Ask
Mr. Andy Litzelfolner and Mrs.
Belle Adums were married at the
residence of Mrs. Hendricks yes
terday at 5 o'clock. A few inti
mate friends witnessed the cere
mony, which was performed by
Rev. J. O. Willctt. Tho happy
couplo left immediately after the
ceremony for Mr. Litzclfelner's
home near Pocahontas. The
Herald wishes them well.
Big lino of ladies' and chil
dreus' underwear. Our 25c. la
dies' vest is hard to beat.
Bruening & Kerstner.
(lata ... 40
Potatoes, Irish 1.20
A pplca .......... . . . . 30(3 40
Hours, cross . . .i 4(ii 5
Tallow .' 4
Hncon , 10
aiiuuldors ........ ... 7
Hides (green) 0
llwswax .' 25
Turkeys , 5
Digests what you eat.
This preparation contains all of the
dlgeitanui and digests all kinds of
food. It gives Inst ant relief and never
tails tocure. It allows you to eat all
the food you want. Tho roost sensitive
stomachs can take it. By Its use many
thousands of dvsncDtlca navo been
cured after everything else failed. It
prevents formation of gas on the atom
ach, relieving all dtstnwsaftereatlng.
liiutmg unnecessary, i'leasanttotaxe.
It can't helo
but do yoa good
Propsrad only by R a Da Witt h Co.. Oblcaca
xi tl. bowh contain a dm lb Ma tin.
It Pleases Thousands. .
Pawnee Bill's Wild West show
reachod Clinton this- morning
over the Frisco. - Tho small
boys were not slow in finding out
that the trains bearing the big
aggregation had arrived, and
they soon swarmed around the
tracks, where the army of em
ployes were engaged in unload
ing the wagons, animals and
other parts of the show.
The performance commenced
with an introduction of the repre
sentatives of the various nations.
This was followed by tho pony
express, showing the way the
United States mails were trans
ported before the introduction of
railroads. The hanging of the
horse thief, which showed
the methods of early western
justice, and the attack on the
stage coach brought back vivid
memories to a great many of the
. The shooting ;of ; Mies May
Lillie wis realb. phenomlnal
The riding and breaking of wild
bucking , horses ' was another
highly pleasing feature. The
Russian Cossacks . under the
command of Prince Alexander
Georgian gave a thrilling display
of horsemanship. One of the
most interesting and highly ap
predated acts of the entire per
formance was the exhibition
given by Mulihenbark Alt's fa
mous troupo of Arabian acrobats.
The performance closed with a
grand international military drill
in which the six loading military
powers of the world were repre
sented. The flags and represen
tativos of the various European
nations were well received, hut
when old glory and the detach
ment of United States cavalry
made thoir appoaranco the audi
ence not only showed their ap
preciation but their patroitism
by raising en musse and greeting
them with cheers which it is safe
to say were heard a mile distant
It is safe to say that Pawnee Bill
presents just what he claims a
exhibition of early western lifo.
iu say is was wen received is
putting it mildly. Daily Demo
crat (Clinton, Mo.)
The undersigned him n first..
class well drillincr.mac.hina fth
samo that drilled the test for
leud at Gravel Hill), and is pro
pared to drill wells north of
Jackson. For particulars apply
to C. P. Ilahs, Daisy, Mo. 5
Three strangers put up at tho
Central hotel. Two of them, a
Mr. Browning and a Mr. Shields,
registered from Sedalia, and the
other, a Mr. Wright, registered
from Chicago. They protended
to be land buyers. Tbey went
down about Whitewater and
looked at some farms, and were
about to close a dual, but the
farmer on coming to town found
out that they were fakes and
threatened to have them arrested.
They hired a rig from Mr. Boa-
baugh, and left it several miles
below tho Cape and skipped.
These seem to be the same three
meu that are wanted in several
parts of the country for gam
bling and defrauding people.
S. Department of Agriculture, Jack
son station, for the week ending
Saturday, October 19, tool.
Temper- v t 2
at lire. -f-ti
Day of Week. . oI-'d
. a ji3
a a 3 5- w i
Sunday 13 68 39 03
Monday ....... 14 83 35 SO ....
Tuesday ...... 16 . J9 34 100 ....
Wednesday... 18' 78 43 20
Thursday..,,.. 17 78 37 50 ....
Friday 18 00 31 100 ....
Saturday 19 go 40 100 ....
L. M. Bkan, V. O. U. 8. W. S.
Do VOU auffnr frnm niloat Tf An
t . -A OW
not turn to surgery tor relief, ue-
ll'li.l !!. . w . ...
ltius vv itcn iiazoioaivo will act
more aulcklv. surelv ami safolv.
saving you the expense and dan
ger of an operation. II. L. Jones.
Pawnee Bill's Wild West
Blessed with prosperity and
praised by peoplo of all classes
Pawnee Bill and his famous Wild
West, employing over a thousand
horses and people, will be here
November 2. Enlarged until his
exhibition is on a truly colossal
basis, he comes to us this yoar
with many now features. A
special and unique one is the
Wild West show for the little
Fresh bread always found at
Behrens grocery store.
Opening of the Public School.
The Jackson public school will
open Monday, November 4. The
new building contains four excel
lent class rooms and a library
room large enough to moet all
the requirements of our schools,
The steam heating system has
been sufficiently enlarged to in
sure comfortablo rooms and
halls during the coldest weather.
The crowded condition of the
lower grades last yoar will be
relieved this term by the two
assistant teachers that woro added
to the faculty.
These increasod facilities will
enable (ho board of education to
admit non resident pupils who
desire to attend our schools.
Four years are contemplated
as the time to complete the high
school course of study. Every
effort will be - made to secure
thorough work so that when our
graduates enter other institutions
of learning their public school
work will merit recognition.'-'
Following is the arrangement
of the grade teachers: :'
First grade Miss Fred Criddle
Seaond grade. ..... Martlne LaPlcrre
Third grade... Ella Bohnaack
.Fourth grade , Anna Kics
Fifth grade Kate Pepper
Sixth grade Jlocna Slianer
Seventh grade Kate Dennis
All children of the first grado
who have nevor attended school
must enter during the first two
weeks of the term. This will
enablo them to work with a
regularly organized class. The
samo plan for admitting be
ginners will bo open at tho begin
ning of tho second term.
O. S. Summers, Principal.
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
nrst-class organ or piano.
Elam Brooks and Hester Atchi
Bennett Cotner and Lvdia
Joe Kaiser and Flora Skasick
Andy Litzelfolnor und Belle
Robert McCombs and Nora
Customers leaving orders with
the undersigned aro kindly ro
quested to giyo reasonable time
if possible, as I am overtaxing
myself trying to fill very limited
Ciias. M. Walters.
Wants, For Sale, Etc.
FOR SALE OR RENT.
LAND FOlt SALE 310 acres of
I unci known us tlie KulT farms.
ill i ut 2h miles from Kruitlnnd and
ahont wane distance front 1'ocnlion-
tils. Kuitiilile to be sold in nne, two
or three farms. Will sell oln'ap mid
on vnry asy toruis. For particuhir
apply to i-.d. liowara, jacKson, .Mo.
FOR SALE OU TltADK A New
Home, drop-leaf, flve-drawor scw
inir machine. Never been in use.
just front the factory. Will trade for
a irooa muen cow. Apply at tins
FOR BALK CHKAP Kiphty acres
of land lytnit bt'twncn rontliontaa
and Xeclry's Landing. Apply at this
FOR BALK Two good honsos and
lots in Jackson at a bnrfrain. Call
on L. M. ltean, Jackson, Mo.
FOR SALE Two second-hand or
gans, both in good shape. Apply at
FOR BALK C1IKAF-A good wash
ing machine. Apply at this ottlce.
WANTED To buy old carpcU. Ap
ply ai liiis ninco.
WANTED Wood on subscription,
Apply at tills office.
AGENTS WANTED: To 4ell "Mc
Kluleys Dying Word?,"the latest,
greatest and tnimt pathetic copy
righted song of the day. Ovr 15.000
were sold in Chicago during first
3 days of publication. Regular 50
cent sheet music sic for 25 rents a
copy. Words by Howard Carlton
Tripp, the celebrated lecturer, editor
and author. Musio by Charles E.
Smith, the noted band leader and
musical composer. A financial har
vest can be made by energetic can
vesers. Bend 2T cents for sample
copy and trrins to agents ami retail
Tub Bkst Music Co.
m4 fj r4 mm wp4 ,
r Situations Secared
fur (rmdu.tr.or tuMkir.fnnlfl. Writ.
I ooct fut CWftlogM and ipcifj .Gar,
LMlmllto, K. IMrlMfT. .
HomkM. Tn. Clin. S.
lcfa.V. BlrmiliIUUB, Ala. iMkMMlll. Fk
81 if tfiilft a weok salary
gent man or woman in each
town. Permanent position. 80
cents per hour for spare timo.
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V- H. Mii.t.fe, President.
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Hines Clippard, Bluclier Hper.
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Jim Sawyer and others whom we
mentioned last week.
Thosu who owe us on subscrip
tion would do us a very great
favor right at this time if thev
would pay up promptly. Don't
wait to be dunnod, for if you are
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early attention to the matter
would materially help us.
Frank Yoder and Ed Roberts
wont to Ripley county on A few
weeks' visit to relatives last
W. J. Sutton went to Fanning
ton today on a visit to his
mother. He will return Saturday.
Don't fail to pay your subscript
tion. We need the money.
The Cape County
Savings Bank is now
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south of the Bank
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a 6evere cold which refused to
yield to any treatment uutil we
tried Foley's Hodoy and Tar. ,He
wan completely cured before us
ing ouo bottle." ."?ako nono but
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