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3UAIB, VOL. VII. ) ACKSON, MISSOUIlh THURSDAY, AUGUST 18, UHH. N C; 4 1 TVnclo at tlio JACKSON STORE COMPANY tho plnco wlioro nour dollar qoos farthest L () C A L S Wheat 00c to-day. L. M. Bean is in Butler county this week. Circuit court wa9 in session this week. Go to Sibley's for ice-cream. L. F. Cowan of Colorado is visiting in this county. Miss Dosie Besel returned from a visit to Oran Monday. Disk Plows, the best on the market, at Sander Bros'. Miss Minnie Sheer of St. Louis is visiting Mrs. Jeff Baker. Mrs. G. W. Peterman returned from a visit to the World's fair attending A car of furniture. A big car of all kinds of furni ture. A car of furniture is being un loaded at the Jackson Store Co. Jesse Wilkinson of Millervillo gave us a pleasant call Saturday. Jas. H. Miller of Millerville paid our office a pleasant visit Tuesday. Joseph F. Koehler is attending the judicial convention at Jeffer son City this week. Albert and Louise Behrens are visiting in St. Louis and attend ing the World's fair. New line of Collars at IV oiler's. Call and see them. Dr. D. K. Sawyer of Jackson is the association of Monday. Mrs. J. R. Hendricks of St. veterinarians week. in St. Louis this Louis is visiting near Millerville Geo. W. Proffer took a change Mrs. Mattie Peterman is quite sick. Paul Francis of New Madrid came up Tuesday. F. M. Krvin of Crump was in Jackson Tuesday. More new surries at Wolter's. F. J. Tacke of Arnsberg was in Jackson yesterday. Clyde ' Mabrey has been sick for a few days but is better. For cushion tire buggies see Wolter. W. A. Bonney of Fruitland called on tho Hkrai.d office Tues day. J. F. McLain went to Oriole last week to see his sick mother and sister. Choice rye seed at McAtee & Buerkle. Adam Hoffmann and Levi Hurst went to Sehumer Springs Tuesday. Wash Gladish sold a fine mule to August Hoffmoister last Mon day for 140. W. J. Miacnheimer of Allen ville and J. F. Baker of White water were in Jackson this week. Winter turf oats at McAtee & Buerkle. R. T. Reid lowered a house for BROKEN and WORN JEWELRY Unpaired and reset nt moderate expense. Kiiiirs, Hrooclies. l'ins. Locket and Spectacle frames thoroughly renovated anil clean ed: worn out parts refilled and jewels reset or replaced at short est notice Valuable Jewelry ought, to lie examined from t ime to time and loosened Jewels adjusted to pre vent their loss. All repairs will lie promptly attended to. Mail orders care fully and siK'edily executed. Send ly express or registered mall. G. C. IIASSLINGKR, Located next to Sel meter's. Ihivoymi Irii'ilutir Purker I'ouiitiiOi I'i'ii? Tliey me ilnllHlitrul. Fruit cans, water melons and groceries at McAtee & Huerkle. One of the greatest attractions nt the World's fair is the Ferris wheel. Two revolutions are given each passenger and the time required is from twenty to thirty minutes. In this ride on the wheel one views the cascades, 'the plateaus of the United States, !the big buildings, the pike and in fact all that is on tho World's this week. j of venue to Bollinger county in Red top, timothy seed, orchard j the hog caee against J. W. grass and barley at McAtee & Proffer. Buerkle. Dr. T. V. Miller, wife and baby Jas. Moore of Kirksville is of Sikeston have been visiting visiting his parents near Jackson ! James H. Miller of Y.illerville. this week. i They returned home Tuesday. Mrs. Bertie Barker and son of j For Sale An extra largo work Chester, 111., is visiting relatives , horse. Apply at this office, in Jackson. ; Alvin Meier has sold his inter- uiintPMt. in tlirt Meier hardware store. i ui & u v n iiku .' wuiiiii.ii - - i . f, . , county this week to be gone three at U hitcwater to Dr. S. M. Me-j '; l "uiudim .faip grounds. More extended or four months. iAnnally of .Marble Hill. G. B. j Monday and he goes to the Cape notice next woek. When you go See that fine line of fall dress 1 M"r l "till a member of the j to-day to .move a house to the World's fair do not fail to goods at Bruening A Kerstner ; firm. j Oeo. Cross and vrife of the iride on the Ferris wheel. i There will be an ice-cream ; i if your feet are troubling you. 'supper at the residence of J. N. yesterday to attend the Baptist Be )p C'antlon August 25, 20 Short's, near Fruitland, Tuesday association at Oak Ridge. j aluJ 2; night. August 23, given by thej Buggies, Surries. Wagons, etc. Some horse traders make noth ' young ladies of Pleasant Hili at Sander Bros'. ing but our friend, Fal Tuck, is churdi. i;-erybi-c.ly invited to i C. D. Tresenriter and Harry lone that not only makes but come. Alexander of the Cape were overisaVes money. Some years 8"o I Alfalfa, alsike, crimson, white j to the county seat yesterday. The ytll was reckless and drank up i and red clover seed at Mo Atee ; Progress 'editor says Harry will ail i,e made, but for the past six Buerkle. be the next prosecuting attorney, j or 80ven years he has not been Lewis Miller of Patterson, New i W. F. Brennecke, candidate for drinking and has made money. Jersey, a nephew of Louis Me- secretary of state on the Pro-. He now owns a good home near dure, who 1ms been gone for hibition ticket, will speak at the Jackson and has a number of 1 in .1'iflr. '' court house in Jackson next 1 horses and cattle all paid for. M M I I M I If I 1 ( uiraraeau Lounty savings nut, Jackson, Mo.- Capital $50,000.00 Surplus $25,000.00 Wo carry Imrtrlary insurance airainst li'th l;i light ami night robbery. We use tlit Mosler Screw )r, Triple Time Lock. Hupglar l'roof Safe. We solicit Your business, whether large or small, promising every accomodation consist ent with sound tind conservative bank ing. OFFICERS: W. H. Miller, President, Ed Howard. Cashier, W. C. Cracraft, Vice-Pros. Alvin Boss, Asst. C'sbr DIRECTORS: W. II. Miller, V. C. Cracraft. .1. L. IIInKie, Clans Kerstner, C. W. Henderson, (i. I.Stat!er, Ed. Howard. JUUUUULOJU D. G. Co. John F. Davis of Burfordville made the Herald office a pleas ant call last Saturday. Married, on August in Jackson, O. 11. Holmes and Mis Sallie Colyer, by J. M. Snider. Miss Maudie Abernathy of the Cape was visiting in Jackson last week, returning home Monday. An elegant line of new fall dress goods just in at Bruening & Kerstner D. G. Co. The J. W. Daniels properly of Jackson was sold last Friday for .'377. Fritz L'mbeck was the pur chaser. W. A. Summers was elected councilman at the Cape in the 4th ward at the special election, August 0. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, August 25, 26 and 27, at Central Hotel. son last Fridav. He comes visit his relatives for a few days. ,""'1 evening. to Thursday, August 23, afternoon , We are glad to make note of the ' prosperity of a man like Fal, who The good enough Sulky at .Sander Bros'. Plow .we know has : ground up. come from the L. F. Klostermann is a candi- j i date for associate county judged 1 of the second district. He is a! Dental Notice. ! Mrs. Magaret McGuire has just returned from St. Charles, ; Mo., where she has been attend ing tlie grand session ot inter-i national Order of Knights of "i uie seeunu uisiricu ne is a, ---- I ,vjl ),e : White- ! Tabor and Daughter of Taber- ' g"l business man and would j $4r?Y , Au,,UH, ' and The Capo Girardeau Progress ; , " : make a good man on the bench. ' p0(.n ,,., u,r4t n Teeth Lost Between Jackson and : extracted without nain. and free when plates are J. L. Jenkins, will launch a daily about Sept.em ber 1. We wish the Daily Pro gress success. j W. J. Sutton arrested one 'Chas Sweet at Neelys Landing the picnic grounds on Cape La ! of charge last week for selling whiskey on , Croix creek, last Saturday, a new I wanted. We can furnish you all kinds a i)0!lti Sweet ot a fine of SI i lap robe. Finder will be liberally and costs in two cases and 40 1 rewarded by returning same to. of repairs for Birdsell clover hul lers on snort notice. win i' and costs in another. Not hav- irlnil to fiiriire with vnu for anv kind of a machine. Fruitland Machine Shop. .Married, in JacKson, on Aug- t hnu,,r!, ,.n .lt Fruitland Machine i ing sufficient means to pay out 1 he is laying out balance of fine. I For repairs for Birdsell clover ust 11, Fdward Bornmann and Miss Annie Wisomann, of Crump, J. M. Snider officiating. Theophilus Robb, who is at tending dental school in St. Louis, paid Jackson a visit last week, returning last Saturday. Emil Penzel went to the Schu- mer Springs last week for his health. The water of tho springs seems to be helping his rheuma tism. Dr. A. L. Bryte and wife will be at Millerville August 10 and 17, Jackson August 18, 19 and 20, Gordonville August 23 and 24. Teeth extracted absolutely with out pain. Call on them. . Artie Taylor, Miss Dollie Tay lor, Mrs. Robert Taylor and Mrs. J. W. Taylor went to Schumer Springs last Saturday to be gone for a few weeks. C. W. Henderson and family, Geo. S. Henderson and wife, R. W. Russell and wife, and A. P. Behrens and wife will go to St. Louis Saturday. For Sale A good two-story, seven-room house in North Jack son. Reason, owner desires to move to California. For particu lara apply at this office. Shop. Chas. Caldwell, Edgar Wallace, Pink Davis and Charley Davis of Fruitland started Tuesday on an overland trip in wagons to view the western country and find a a more pleasant and profitable location. They will go through Howell and other western coun ties. Rev. J. O. Willett of Caruth ersvillo preached in tho Baptist church here Monday night. Our citizens were very much pleased to meet Brother Willett. lie preached for our people about three years and everybody learned to like him. He will al ways be welcomed in Jackson. Fall dress goods the right kind at right prices at Bruening A Kerstner D. G. Co. D. A. Nichols and D. C. Hil derbrand made the Herald office a pleasant call last week. Mr. Nichols is a candidate for shoriff subject to the Republican primary Saturday and Mr. Hilderbrand ia a candidate for judge of the first district. Both are good men and if nominated and elected will make the county good and efficient officiers. J. E. Umbeck The Cliff Dwellers at thej World's fair is worth the atten- j tion of every American. It is ' here that the white man learns that he does not know every- J thing. Visitors to the fair should ; not fail to visit the Cliff Dwellers. I The famous Plow at Sander Bros Aug. Ude, candidate for county treasurer, wants us to again in form the Republican voters that he is unable to get around and see them but wants them to re member him Saturday. Mr. Ude is too well known for his friends to forget him. Theodore Obermiller, Jr., of Farm for Sale. Ir. Ciint'uin las jus' rel'.irned from St. Louis where 1ms U i'ii taking Dentist. ' speeinl euursis in upt irs. ll lias also completed Ins studies ;is :i i liiropadist.. ! Aimine ulllicied should dr. Caul Ion ahoot t roiihi' s of t lie ev or feet. One mile west of Houck, Mo., 110 acres, 80 acres cleared and J rest in timber, good house, good j barn, good smoke house, three j cisterns. Everything in good re pair. S17 per acre. For particulars address Win, Hartig-BeckorlHartman, Houck, Mo. From Welch. I thought it might bo encour aging to Republicans in other parts of the county to let them know what we are doing in the swamps in politics. We are all in line down here, and the full vote of tho township will be cast nt the nrim.irv Siitnrduv. Wt this place and Miss Ethel Davis ' h t . . . h d y . t-. i i . .1 i - e . r. T I oi rruiiianu leu ior oi. Liouis up the nominees among the dif ferent townships. We can not agree with the Capo Democrat, that the representative should come from the Capo. The Cape had the last Republican repre- Cantlon, the famous eye , eentative and we are for a repre- speciahst, is coming to tentative from Jackson this time yesterday morning by way of i the Cape. We understand the i young couple will be married in St. Louis. Let happiness and ! good fortune attend them. i Dr, sight Jackson August 25, 26 and 27 At Central hotel. By mistake Judge John A. Snider was counted out at St. Joseph as Republican committee man at large but he has been made a member of the advisory board, a very responsible posi tion, and there is nobody better Also the last Republican sheriff came from Jackson and we are for the sheriff at the Cape this year. We hope other townships will vote as we do on representa tiye and sheriff because wo think it right and for the best interest of the party. Watch for the vote of old able to fill it than Judge Snider. Welch Saturday. W. M. WORLD S FAIR ART ALBUMS. ! THE WONDERS AND GLORIES CF THE GREAT WORLD'S FAIR IN ARTISTIC FORM FOR PERMANENT PRESERVATION. Thesi- siipi ili AIIiii'iik rIioiiI.I lie ill every Aiii rienn lionii und we liiivt' li'rini.'"il to phiei- tin-in w.tliie the li iieh of our r u lers lh.it KVKKY ONE m.iy have them. OFILY 15c PER ALBUM. Tln-.re me twentv of these alliums in lilt, earli eolil.niiiinjf SIX1KKN I'lNK MALlTliNK VIKWSnnd hound in heavy Ml p.iper rill'ifs. They Hie pllhilbhed Ht Ho.' rule of olio :l Week, III- kitniiiii.' Aiik'nsl 1-1 Tlie Alliums nuiy tie ordered one at a time or llu? whole set of lit oliee. Coine and -ee simple A Unim on tile at our oltlee and order one like it. Thn reL'iii.ir retail jirii e is ITic e.ieli. hul we will luive them prepaid to your address tor only !." per Allium. If you ciinnot call, Head us an order now. WE HAVE THEM FOR SALE. HERALD, JACKSON, MO. We are agent for Parry Buggies and Surreys. The Parry manufactory is the largest in the United States. Come and see us before you buy a buggy. We also handle Harness and every thing in the Saddlery line, and sell at reasonable prices. D. KLEIN, JACKSON, MO. KD.