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Wheat, 03ct for sixty-pound wheat, lc extra loreaca addition al Kund over sixty. IJea Rudert, of Tilsit, was in town yesterday. For all kinds of beaters go to Meier Uros. 11. L. Jones and wifo went to St. Louis Monday. J. A. Snider bad business in iHt. Tenuis InHt. wfink. llenrv Dehrcns is handlinc lachsbart s broad. A. C Ford has received his now delivery wagon. New fall eooaa now in at Bruening & Kerstnor's. - Emanuel Milde wont to Allen ville yesterday on business. Call at Bebrens' grocory store, one door east of the old stand. If 'yon' want to hear all about tho Boer war gu to Turner hall November 15. ' Solo leather at Welters'. F. A. McOuiro went to St Louis last week. For eood buggies go toWoiters. Born, on November 3, to Alvin Boas and wife, a boy; Bargains in buggies. Wolters. Born, on November 4, to Joe Vanco and wife, a girl. All styles of saddles at Wolters. Mace Snider came up from Whitewater yesterday. White kid caps at Hutchison & Co. G us Poinsett had business with the county court Monday. Buy your horse blankets from Wolters. L. M. Bean has resumed work surveying the swamp lands. Low prices on lap robes at Duliee Jones returned from a business trip "to St. Louis last Wolters'. Thursday. Miss Cyrene Campbell returned Vegetables of all kinds at "41" from Hot Springs last Saturday. on Wednesdays and Saturdays. Wilson Cramer has had a beat S Webster Davis will lecture1 in ing apparatus put in his residence M L11 T 1 , ! I. J. ... , .t urner nan on r nuay nig'". for a good mackintosh cee November 15. Meier Bros Miss Bertha Jahns, who has H. M. Sawyer is building a been very 6ick with typhoid houso on his lot north of Jackson fever. Is getting Dotter. Meier Bros, have now a full II. A. Helmkampf has been line of stationery. visiting his mother in St. Louis The public school building now for the past three weeks. has ten rooms but no assembly Joe Halley has moved into one of ball tho Altenthul houses, two blocks Fresh bread always found at northwest of the court-house. Uehrens' grocery store Tho farmers' institute will be Mrs. It. M. Sawyer and Ray held in Jackson Monday and Colyer visited -last Saturday at Tuesday. November 18 and 19. Graysboro. CaDes and iackets. New fall Mrs. Mattio Teterman returned stock now in. Plush capes from last Saturday from a visit at 11.50 up at Bruening & Kerst- hjyrd's Point Bring in that stove wood on T .an 1M aut.n rsnn rT Tinftr rorahon. I :: i suustl iuuuu. tju 1.1 u uw i iww tas, went out in uollinger county loads now. last baturday to purchaso somo ulK OmU ant Alyin Wagner horses. roturned last Saturday from J. M. Colyer, of Fruitland, tbeir western trip. who was scverly injured oy a trading presents in silver and log rolling on him about three chinaware, nice goods, at weeks ago. is able to be out Hasslingur's jewelry store again. Alviu Meier went to St. Louis Mrs. Ilozino Root, who has Monday to purcbaso a complote been yisiting the family of B. M. stock of holiday goods Morgan for tho past few weeks, IVig lino of hosiery at Bruening has returned to her homo in & Kerstner's. Our ladies' black Butte, Montana. Kent Wilson, who has been attending school at Fulton, and hose at 10c. have double soles and double . high spliced heels. Our childrens' black hoso at 10c. are the equal of many sold at who has been very sick for the higher prices past four weeks, will bo taken to Henry Puis, Blucber Sperling, St. Louis this week for medical Johu Snider, Jake Campbell. Jim treatment. His mother went to Greun, Jim Jenkins, Caiu Orrell st. liOins yesieruay. and others leit 1 uosday lor a Ladies' black dress skirts, a few days' hunt in tho swamps nice line, good weignt una wen Hi ln0 of flannelettes from a nmdo in latest styles from l up ()(Ui c)(,ap one ut 5c to the bost uv .a c, .-w..w. ones at loc. in ianey uarK While W. H. Voire I. of the and light shades. Also plain .-,. wa fr,.in hninn List Sat colors ut lOc. in light blue, i)ink, i r.i . i red and cream at Bruening & u.-cj uimik --.. ..... Kerne,.- into ueorgeainis, who was go:ng to Jackson. Sinims' buggy was completely wreckod, and the shaft of Vogol s surry wn3 broken. ; Monkey "All well all happy lots of fun". Hon. J. J, Sawyer, president of the farmers' institute, has is sued a call to farmers and others interested to moet at the cuurt house m Jackson, Saturday, at 2 p. m., to make arrangements for the institute. "Say, Bill, from nil accounts tbo electrocution of Czolgosz was a skocking affair." " i us. John. I That is the regular presurao it was, but where did , r .1 1 Ji'" .m-l Liinw iiuuuv nun suit report from the monkey cage 0h my tllilor Clias M. Wal. f B-irnnm'e Tirrns over sinn- tors, made it, and I see you have , . mndo a raise also, John?" "No, trve keepers began closing the no. this suit was cleaned, re monkeys with Scotfs Emul- J!""0 Prcssea ino Ban,e 1U11U1 , sion. v-onsurnpuon was carry- nn.ir s,Wnr. triii havn ing olt two thirds ot them sale or his personal property at ,n voir nnrl th rirrBl,vl farm, 4$ miles southeast of 10 Duy new ones. bur 23. Ho has for sale, horses. One clay a. keeper accident- farm imploniont, hay, oats, corn 1 1 ! .. allv 1,mL-o hnttU r,f cmH'u & several noaa oi came, among Schnefer carries ft full line of clothing. Thero are five prisoners in jail at present. El Englemann was in Jackson last Saturday shaking hands with tbo boj t. . , Don't forget that Schacfor has overcoats. - Henry Altenthal, Jrw went to St. Louis Tuesday for medical treatmont. For all kinds of fresh groceries call on Henry Bebrens. F. A. Kage witnessed Pawnee Bill's parade last Saturday while here on btisiuess. It is your loss if you don't buy your millinery goods at Hutchi son & vo. Honry Schweer and Will Sachso went to Bollinger county last Saturday. Checks taken on any store in exobango for millinery goods at Hutchison & uo. John Savers fell off a ladder a few days ago and sprained his wrist quite badly. School tablets, composition blanks and all kinds of school stationery at Meier Bros'. Hugh Roberts, who has been in St. Louis for several months, will probably move back to Jackson. Cotton double blankets at 50c, 60c. and up at Bruening & Kerstners. The public school opened Mon day with an enrollment of 290 pupils. 25 of these being outsido of Jackson district. Big lino of ladies' and chil drens' underwear. Our 25c. lu dies' vest Is hard to beat. Bhl-ening & Kerstneu. It wa3 reported that Conductor Fraizer had lost his pocket-book last Saturday, but he found it at home. Just forgot it. Hutchison & Co. are head quarters tor everything new in nnllenery goods and iancy worn materials. Jas. M. Cartwright, of White water, called at our office Tues- ay. Jim is farming now, and reports a good crop this year. Resolutions of respect and cards of thanks published in the IIkkald at half rates. II you want them published free don t send them to us. Win. Wagner, Sr., Frank Beuckemacn and Fred Symons wont to St. Louis Tuesday as witnesses in a law-suit against tho Iron Mountain. Wordsworth says, "Half of life is tolerable only for its dream ing." That 's a hint toward rest fill, beautiful bedroom furnish ngs. And once on tho subject of furniture, you must think of our furniture store. Fine array of bedroom furniture hero. Kin der & Schmnke. Wm. Rogcnhardt, F. W. Oher- heid, Jim Miller and Henry Vogelsanger, representatives of the Cupo browery, came out to Jackson Mondny to buy a span of mules. Marriages. 8CHMUKE-DEMP8EY. Married, at the Catholic church at the Cape, yesterday, Joseph E. Schmuko and Fhilomine Dcmpsey. Mr. Schmuke is a member of the firm of Kinder & Scbmuka, and Miss Dempsey is the daughter of the well known grocery man at the Cape, Pat Dempsey. The Herald wishes them well and much happiness. CLODFELTEB-CKIDDLin. Married, at the residence of Father Kern, on last Thursday, Wade B. Clodfelter and Kate M. Criddle. Mr. Clodfelter is the youngest son of Cyrus Clodfelter, and Miss Criddle is the youngest daughter of W. B. Criddle. Tho Herald extends congratulations. Emulsion near the monkey cage and the monkeys eagerly lapped it up from the floor. This suggested the idea that it them some good milch cows. IieafiieNN Caiinot be Cured Bv local applications, as thev cannot bo reach the diseased por tion of tbo ear. There is only - , . uue way lu tuio vivniucoa, atiu ""Sm l"v-'" ""-t-- that s bv constitutional remed es then the monkeys have received Deafness is caused by an in I.I .1 I'.' -i ll . regular closes and the keepers amt'Q C0D"lU0n7 l"? mu,c?"s to . , lining of the Eustachian tube. report very few deaths from When this tube gets inflamed you consumption. Of course it's navo a rumbling sound or imper cheaper to buy Scott s Emul- lireIy c)0Hed deafness is the result sion than new monkeys and and unless the inllummation can be that suits the circus men. il un, i"L",u? i in ii! iiuriiir&i uiiiuiLiuu. iiei&i ills' Consumption in monkeys will be destroyed forever: nine and in man is the same disease. casca i)Ut .f e-a ar?,cau8d bv , ., . cmarrn, wnicn is uuiumg out au h you nave u or are inreaten- iDR4iaied condition of the mucous led with it can von surfaces. H ( in I, .,11 I Hf nm Knu vw iuU.ui uw n I itai o iur uuy vuaw ucaiuwoo ;t'1 !f"t rei'!ase," (caused by catarrh) that can not e Irnde Ma.k of Scon's J ...'.. rv Send for circulars free. F. J. Chenny & Co., Toledo, O. Sold by druggists, 75o. Hall's Family Pills are the bost 1 C'YtJhl III K 2h 49 f"rl St., New York. CRITES-SIMPSON. W. A. Crites and Emma Simp son were married at the McClard residence last Saturday morning at 9:30 by the Rev. J. W. Wor snop. The couplo left the same day for Marquand, Mo., where they will make their home. The Farmers' Institute. Columbia, Mo,, Oct. 31. Mi'or JTcrald: In answer to tho request of a petition signed by a number of your citizens, a farmers1 institute meeting will bo held in Jackson on Monday and Tuesday, Novem ber 18 and 19. , There will be present to lec ture tho first day, Dr. D. F. Luckey, state veterinarian, and W. L. Howard, horticulturist; second day, T. I. Mairs, assist ant in agriculture, C. II. Ecklcs, professor of dairy husbandry, and somo ono representing the state educational department. Our meetings so far this year have been excellent and from the reports that I have received from your part 01 tho state of the interest the farmers are taking, I think the meetings in southeast Missouri will be no exception. Very truly yours, U eo. B. Ellis. Secretary . Attention. everyone likes good music. and a good instrument is ono es sential for good music. Call on or write W. L. u llkin son, of Sikeston, if you desire a hrst class organ or piano. The Fruitland Road. Real Estate Transfers. John A. Sniilor and wifo to Charles M. Kluuk, lot 5 in Russell addition to Jnokxon.l Henry Meyer and wife to Con rad Vurnkahl, 40 acres in section i7, township 31, rantfe 14 Royal T. Reid and wife to Jus. W. Roicl, part or block K, la Pocahontas 300 800 100 6.1 0, 40 MARKET REPORT. Whont Coin Oats 1'otntooH, Irish, 1.2" poles lU)(.tw Hny .;. 40(l0 CRttlo 2iw'l IIorh-, grow 4'" '-q 10 rd Tallow,.; IWicon , ,. , loiildurft Ham 11 idea (Kreen) HCVKWUX Wool Kenthnrs .... Chickens ... Turkeys .... ducks MecMA Hutter 10C 10 . ,:i5(i4l I Sam Poterman returned from St. Ixuia last Friday. STOPS THE COUGH AND WORKS OS The Cold. Laxativo Dromo Quinine Tablets cure a cold in one day. No cure, no pay. 25c. The quail law expired on No vember 1, but quails are scarce this year. Today take Foley'sllcsey andTar. It positively prevents pneumonia, or other serious results from colds It may be too late tomorrow. All dealers. II. L. Davenport will lecture at the court-house Thursday night, November 7. Admission free. Brings attractiveness to listless, unlovable girls, making them mar riageable women. That Is what Kocky Mountain Tea will do. 85c. Ask your druggist. If you desire real estate in Jackson or surrounding country see L. M. Bean. Pd leave my happy home and cross the deep blue sea, Rather than bo without Charley and my Rocky Mountain Tea. Ask your druggist. Always read our want, for sale, etc. column. You may find something lor which you are looking. THE BEST l'EBSCHIPTION 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. I'rlce DUe. Webster Davis, one of Amer ica's orators, will lecture at Tur ner hall November 15. W. J. Shivcly, Hatesvillo, ()., speaking of Banner Salve, says, "1 used it for piles, and it has dono mo more good thaa any salvo I have ever used, and I have tried a great many kinds." All dealers. rawnco Bill's show has come and gone. Tho show was good enough of its kind, but the con cert was a rather tamo affair. YOU KNOW WHAT YOU'RE TAKING When you take Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic because the formula is plainly printed on every bottle showing that it is simply iron and quinine in a tasteless form. No cure, no pay. 50c. Tho A rubs with Pawneo Bill's show were tho best tumblers we ever saw. They were also ex pert riders. TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take Laxativo Brotno Quinine Tablets. All drugz'ists refund the money if it fails to cure. E. W. Grovo's signature is on each box. 'Joe. W. H. M11.1.KB, President. Jon. Kokhlkk, Vice President. CAPE Bank COUNTY a vi rags Jackson, Missouri. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS - - - 165,000. Guarded by Mosder Screw Door, Burglar-Proof Safe and Yale Time Lock. We carry Burglary Insurance. WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS, Offering Every Accommodation Consistent with Sound Banking. DIRECTORS: W. II. MlLl.Elt, JOBKI'H KOKin.ER, J. L. HlNKLK, W. C. Cracraft, Ci'AUS Kerbtnfr, U. W. Hrsdbrson, O. D.Statler. Ei). Howard, Cashier. Al.vis IVrns, Asst. Oasliler. The American Mutual Aid Ass'n. PERCY STONE, Gbskiial Manaokr, "23, "24 and 725 WainwrlKht; Ilullditig, St. Louis, Missouri. I,iconsed to do business In Missouri, lmliann, Kentucky, Mississippi and Arkansas. Weekly benefits for sickness or accident. Benefits tor denth. Fret) use of surgeon or physician to all members. Good Organizers Wanted to tnercaso membership. Apply for terms to KRNKST GHOLSON, Gen; oral Agent for Southoast Missouri, or to thu Homo fllllcc, St. Louis, Mo. bmulbion and U on thu wrapper of every bottle. Send for frt Mmplc. SCOTT & BOWNE, 50c and $1. ail drugging 2HOJ12 Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat. This nrenaratlon contains all of the dl(?cstanU and diKcsts all kinds of food. iiRivcsinsiant relict ana never falls to cure. It allow you to eat all the food you want. Tbo most sensitive stomachs can take It. Ry its use many thousands of dyspeptics have been cured after everything else failed. It prevents formation or gas on the stom ach, relieving all distress artereatlng. Dieting unnecessary. Pleasant to take. It can't help but do you good Prcpuvd only by R. O. Dm Wit Oa, Obtcua Tm at. bBU oonulna tj aim tlw We. ata All Dealers. Jackson should bave good roads leading in from tho conutry f it expects the country patron age, and one road is very much n need of repairs, and that is the road between here and Fruitland. Tho county court has done its part by arranging to build a bridge across Hubble cieuk, and the country people will do their part in helping make this road, therefore it is left for our mer chants aud others to add their share in this laudable enterprise. Kvery merchant and businoss man of Jackson should give either in monoy, work or ma terial to this undertaking, und let us havo a first class road between Jackson and Fruitlnnd. Good roads leading to u town or city is what helps to build thein up. Notice. The undersigned has a first- class well drilling machine (the same that drilled tho test for lead at Gravel Hill), and is pre pared to drill wells north of Jackson. For particulars apply to C. P. Hahs, Daisy, Mo. 5 Marriage Licenses. W. B. Clodfelter and Kate M. Criddle. W. A. Crites and Kin ma Simp son. John Hodge and Emma Med lock. Wm. Wilier and Caroline Brown. J. E. Schmuko and Pbilomine Dempsey. Halo at Cost. Am closing out my entire stock, consisting of dry goods, grocer ies, shoes, queenswaro, etc., at eost. u. (J. Davis, 8 Bee, Mo. Notice. I hereby call a meeting of the Cape county farmers aud all others interested, to meet at the court-house in Jackson, Satur day, November 9, at 2 o'clock for the purpose of considering whether there shall be displays of farm products, etc., as in former years, at the institute, which is to be held November 13 and 19 If it is decided to have these dis plays all necessary arrangements for premiums, etc., will bo made on that day. J. J. Sawyer, President. Tho Southeast Missouri Teach ers' association meets Ht Farming on this year on lliankscivinir ay and the day following. How ninny Cape county teachers will attend? I'Olt IMAKSKNKSS. Ben Ingerson, of Hutton, Ind says he had not spoken a word above a whisper for month, and one bottle of Foley's Hooey and Far restored his voice. Bo sure on get Foley's. All dealers, l'awnco Bill's parado was a good exponent of western life. It was all that could bo expected in wild west exhibition. The arado represented what wis ad-ertised. The Direct Route To Texas. most II MKIVTW liT ana and rect route to Arkansas, Louis ; Texas is via Delta and the Cotton 'Belt R.oute. There are two through trains a day over this route. Each train j -carries through chair cars; The Schedule. L. twkiKMi I K lOp.oj.l V Ar. I)elu S iep.n l3 -JOi m. . Lv. Dolta S.4Up m. l .m. t (, J Ar. Pine Bluff.. .. I 8 40 m.i3 :00p.m. "tr f Ar. Shrevepott ..111 9ua.m. . Ar. 1 einikmua. . t Ar. Tyltr Ar. Corsicaca.. . . y Ar. Wjro f ,mf Ar. Datla c (jAr Ft. Worth... jr. Mm it li rn.8 50p.m. 2 :p.m.,2 SSo.tn. D .9p m..V9iI.r.l. 7;4"p m. 7 Wo.m. 6-15p ro. 5 6 LTp.m 6 !f&a1in. Write for rate unci cornplvto ftcbeiiule lot your neii Hip. E. W. I a Rf ADMIT, G. P. ami T. A., bU lull, Miooonri. IT SUITS ME TO SUIT YOU lUiHiness Suits, Dross Suits, Full lirt-sH HuitH, Smoking Jaekcts, Luiii(.'inhr Kobes, I'nlforins, and Clerical Oaniu-iits mndo to iinli-r. Ladies and Gents' Clothing I Wants, For Sale, Etc. (Jeo. A. Points, Upper Sandusky, O . writes: ,lI havo been usinjr Foley's Honey andTar for hoarse ness and tind it. tho best remedy I ever tried. It stopped the coiicli immediately and relieved all soro ness." Take none but Foley's. All dealers. As wo told the people the order at tho show both day and ninht wasoo(?. Marshal Mackc aud his excellent forco took care of those who could not take care f themselves. hey mourW ebb, Moira.N.i. writes, '1 had been troubled with my kid neys tor twenty -five years anp bad tried several physiciaus but received no relief until I bought a bottle of boley sKidney Cure. Af ter using two bottles I was abso lutely cured. I earnestly recom mend Foley'sKidney Cure." Take only toley s. All dealers. The members of the colored Baptist church, of Jackson, will give a grand Thanksgiving enter tainment on November 28. We have somo repairing to do on the inside of the church. Thero will be a Thauksgiving sermon Ht 11 o'clock a. m., and din tier at 12 o'clock. Dinner 2a cents. Come one, come all and help us. A. UiciiAKDS, Pastor "I had long suffered from indi gestion, "writes (i. A. LeDois, Ce der City, Mo.. "Like others I triod many preparations out never found anything that did me good until I took IvodolDyspepsiaCuro, Ono bottle cuted me. A friend who had suffered similarly I put on tba use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. He is gaining fast and will soon be ablo to work. Before he used Kodol DyspepsiaCure in digestion had made him a total wreck, u. L. Jones. Kellttcnl, RfiniHli'lml, Kcpairei! nml Pressed. especially Koliciled. Kenovufil, Fine lr;ulu The Walters Tailoring Parlor Second House South of Henry Warner's lllnckmiiilli Shop. FOR SALE OR RENT. FOU SALK Olt TKADK-A New Home, drop-leaf, live-drawer new Iiitf machine. Never heen in uno, just from the f.ietoi-y. Will trade for u Kod milch cow. Apply at tills olltce. 6 FOH SAI.F. C'HKAl Klirhty acres of liiml Ij inw' li'tween l'otiihoiitas mid Neeley'K LnndiuK. Apply at tills olllce. FOK SAI.K Two Kood bouses and lots in JackMon at a bargain. Cull on I,. M. Ilemi, .1 hi-k si m, Mil FOll SAI.K Two second-hand or yan, both in good shape. Apply lit this olllce. FOK SAI.K A new 4-rooni house in West Jackson. Apply to Guhtav IYnzol. FOH SANK I'll K A 1 A (rood wash ini! iiinchinc. Apply at this olllce. " WANTED. WANT1''.!) To buy old carpets, ply at this olllce, Ap- nml WK 1IAVK Ot'H Winter Clothin Dry Goods. ooooo Our Coats, Pants, Top and Undershirts, etc., go at a Bargain. OOO(M) Call and examine our stock. We will make you prices that will cause you to buy. ooooo R. liecliaii & Co. South IUkIi Street, JACKSON, Situations Secured Ut graduate! or tuition retuniicil. Wrtia i trim lor iuktu and pccuil Qtnu MasscySRlssr LonlxUlt. Ky. Monlo.mtn. HI. Houittxi. CokunbM. St. lchm.nd.Va. Blrmlnghti., All. lackltmlll. Fl mw wantea trzirs. vyi work tn t " in -i.titi. "4ii cutt.4H uutlil tol Ladies Wanted tiui.a ul ehirvOily. Tkilj IWr wtka riu rd. Tn4 prnt. liiwui For Trm CMal 4 lartMKlMt kdrn MMill MOLER'S COLLEGES Hrrn Tt,(Ul (U. U.k. H. rrwifcw, BlMMIIa, UMklM Itafelfc - CI K t CI ft a week salary ilff lJ 510 for ttn tntel li trent man or woman in each town. Permanent position. 30 cents per hour for ppare time. Manufacturer, Box 1102 Chicago. Notion or Final Sottleuieut. Notice Is hereby (riven to creditors und nil others interested, that 1, tho undersigned executor tt the estate of .lncob Danibiicb, deceased, will make fliiikl null li'lilftil. (if .iilil ntnt.r fkt thn MISSOURI.' next term of tho probate court of I'upo uirsraeuu county, to do new at the. court bouse In Jackson in said Kodol Dyr-pepsiaCuro is not a mere ' county, commencing Moudny. Nov- stiiiHiliuit lu tired nuturo. It af fords the 6touiacli comleto and absolute rest by digesting the food you eat. You don't bare to diet but can enjoy all the good food you want. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure instantly relieves distressed feolinp: after eating, giving you new life and vigor. II. L. Jones. Since school has started you need tablets and stationery. Meier Bros, have them. ember 11, 1901. It. F. Kchakkek, Executory Notice of Final Settlement. Notice Is hereby tflven to all credit ors und others interested in the esUi ot Henry Feniuiory, deceased, tltafc 1, the undersigned administrator of aid eetate, intend to make a final settlement thereof at the November term of the Probate Court of Cap Girardeau oounty, to be held at the court-house la the City of Jackson, in said county, on Saturday, Noreraber UBOBOI TV. KIMOKK. Administrator, 16, 1901.