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Marriage Licenses.
A Startling Teit.
To wive a life, Dr. T. G.'Mer
ritt of Mehoopnny, I'a., made a
startling tost resulting in a won
derful euro. Ho writes, "a pa
tient was attacked with violent
hemorrhages, caused by ulcera
tion of the stomach,. I had often
found Klectric Hitters excellent,
for acute stomach and liver trou
bles ho I prescribed them. The'
patient gained from the first, and
hm not had an attack in l4 ,
months." Mlectric Uitleru are
positively guaranteed for dys-j
pepsia, indigestion, constipation j
and kidney troubles. Try them.j
( 'onrad Loos and Annie Hock.
Trom Fruitland.
Kl'ITOK Hkuald:
As it has been Homo time Hinee
I wrote to your paper, I will
atrain try to find a little news.
Well, the election is over; let
uh 'ii Ui work and try and up
hold the men that are elected
so long as they will work for the
gxd of humanity and for the up
building of our government.
I 'nolo Duve C'lorlfolter and wife
of Illinois are visiting relatives n'y W)o. For sale by DK. S. 1.
and friends in this vicinity for j WOODS, the Druggist.
while. j '
Ceo. Daker is now .aiming at Attention Tax-payers. j
1'oeahontns. j onli'is-inned. riilVctor of tin"
revenue of t'i.f linirliiir. county,
Mmm.ui'I. will meet the tax-payers of
s.iid county for l lie iuri'M! i.f ivcriw
I liur I ln taxes for t ln y- ir I ! m4 jit the
following time iiul places: !
; Allciivilic, IlnlH)lc, Thtir. Nov. in
j Dutch!. iw:t. Krl . "11
, ;.irl..iivili... Sit . 2
Kwypt Mills, Ilaiulol. Mon.. " :t
i ( iiw oriirli' in. (' lilr , Tiiein y,
Nov. llih, W...I., Nov. I.",. Tlmrx.,
Nov. luiii.
from Niivi inlii r Pi to .Ian 1, at
the ( 'olieetnr's olliee in Jackson.
Notice IS her. Iy Kiven that, till of
those who full to pay their taxes at
the tine s mid places as iihove may
expect lo have their nrot.rti- seize. I.;
meets in the A. (). l V. hall the levied upon m . fr pavnmnt f
second and fourth Tuesday nights tin same wit h ei.si.s. Ititck Tax Hunks
f e;;ch month at S o'clock. Jos. "ot he ink. ti with me: those . -
Milde, commander; A. K Will- '" ,i,v '"" k -"'"'"l the
hooks at my nlllee ill .Jackson.
lanw, secretary. . ,,
.... , i l'KK II AKT.
I he JackSOIl A. O. U. W. No. Collector of the ..venue. !
l.'JH meets the first and third . . :
Wednesday nights of each month Aftlllrlll,,WAB1
at oVIock. Chas. Dalev. master THE SOUTHWEST
' w w v w mm m
Dean Ware is on the sick list.
Corn gathering is the go now
and the crop is pretty good.
ScRiniiLKti.
Lodge Directory.
Tl..
the A.
I now tsen iiur meets in '
O. U. W. hall the second
ami fourth Monday nights of
each month at 8 o'clock. Chas.
M-ir.4, chief; J. H. Watkins,
scribe.
The Tent of the Maccabees
l 00$$ fly : V I
l
IS PROSPERING
Workman: I". W. IViielmmun I
reeor ler.
The Fraternal Order of Colo-'
niais meets in the A. O. U. W. Arkansas. Texas and Louisiana full
hall ihe first and third Thursday of Opportunities for per- !
mtfhtsof each month utHo'eiock. sons 0f Small Means.
I!. Lusk, president; A. C. I
.Schmuke, secretary.
LOW RATES FOR HOMESEEKEIS.I
No section of the country is more!
pro.sjn.Tous than the Southwest. No'
section is snowing Mien Kuius in
wealth and )ottlatioti and no other
section olfiTs the tijortiinities for
securing homes and making a start
in the world as ate to In- found in
the Southwest.
With cheap lands and fertile soil
that will grow anything raised in
the North, is the added attraction
of a mild even climate.
Live cheaj)er. make more and save
mon. surround yourself with more
comforts.
Write for our descriptive literature
orancc, . -lens an annul inal great country-
.U.y Srin Machines ar to dl ii:ii- aIJ Jc. us jr.j,, V( -l(J a J,K.ation.
rtsol um n. but th "Srm Home " i niaJo ... . .
. wr. Our s jaranty navor run out cry low tottlld tri) rates Via t,ot-
mako Sawmii MuchinM to uit all eor.dlont . t, .. ),...,.. ,,.. f .. nln w!, flI,
KftlmtiKla. Th II atandj at tha lu" 1,-11 KOIUL, OI1L 1.1R pills Oil
nadot aii HiBh-Brmiriamiiy sing maj.ir.wi f,,st and third Tuesdays of each
... month to points in Arkansas, I.ouus-
JACKSCH STORE CO. "If: ia and Texas,
. - - ; J. 11. Umiu. Agent, Helta, Mo.
I BUY THE
Mm
u 11
n'ora You Purchase Any Olher Writ
i HE NEW HOME 8EWINQ MACHINE COMPAHT
$1.00
'iinkiscs a $3.(i
E. W. LaBAUME, G. P. & T. k.t
i Cotton Belt Route, St. Louis, Mo.
IVll.
THE CELTRIC
Mode 12
FOUNTAIN PEN
i run-( rurlt-ri M rli'tty on
. ti'lil. it lot U ('((Mill, If tn
' hjitio;' to nny HI W in-n
I 'i" inarUft lo-iiuy. It IniUh
iv wriiiM tlm'iit.y hmI
I- Pn,i ii nt i ill nut tu Iriik.
Sl.00
tu -in tilt hhhi tu invest In u
v. lilt lt v 1 1 It (trdttiiiry ur will
i c( ti liii'llmr.
(H it d'ARANTEE:
THE PIH IS I0UD 8010,
tl II I.I II I .l lini'M yrailo 14k.
olili-r U llimli. of llii. Lest
iiuiilit.v i-ulilior In f.kiir purts.
smnt MCPAia
t tlill ll'i l'lpt (if l.tlo mi v Hl-i;.t-
In t li.' (' i 1 1 '.l si in 'nut
'.lllllltu. If UtHHI OXIIIIlilllltlllll
j .u uo nni i.ntiri'ly HiilNlli'il
hi-yull flo lint tliinU On H'll
In mil III l UI, ri'tillll II til lis
ntiit will rliuerfully re
f.niil tin inuiii.y.
ORDmm TOO A Y.
mill nniiit- iIik imtH-r you ia
Ihia ailvirllM.iii-iil In
At)lHF.fi
THE SELDEN
PEN MPG. CO.
1(0 Nassau St.
Now York.
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FRISCO SYSTEM.
ST. 10UIS, MIMPHIS A. SOUTHEkSTERN.
Sr. 10UIS fcSULF.
- . :TO THE -
Louisiana
Purchase
Exposition
Through tlio l'icturoaque
Mmmrtrtippi Valley, Skirling
the Grout MiHfcinnipi for
One Hundred Milen, IVo
sutUin a Continuous Pano
rama ot Natural Hoauty.
SEASON TICXETS
0000 TO DECEMBER IS
FROM CAPE GIRARDEAU $6.35
SIXTY DAY TICKETS
FROM CAPE GIRARDEAU $5.30
FIFTEEN DAY TICKETS
FROM CAPE GIRARDEAU $4.75
For further particulars and
descriptive literature, call
on nearest agent or address
W. R. POWE,
General Passenger Agent,
Cape Girardeau, Mo.
Miltenberger & Company.
Now is the time '" r"" ,7""
we have 11 rull ami rom
pli'tr stock t' all kiiuls. Men's Belt hack Over
coats niil other styles. flsters and regulation
length at low prices for tjuality.
TAKK TIIH
IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE.
St. Ijouis, Cairo and all points north and east.
Connections made in M. Louis ami Cairo with
through express trains for Chicago. Cincinnati,
Louisville, Indianapolis, Cleveland, Detroit, Huf
falo, -New York, Philadelphia, Host on, Washing
ton and all principal eastern cities. Pullman
HutFet Sleeping Cars to all points. '
ONLY ONE CHANGE OF CARS TO SAN FRANCISCO.
Solid trains to (Jalveston, .Hourdon, Dallas, Kort
Worth, San Antonia and all Texas points. Only
route to Hot Springs, Ark.
II. C. TOWNSKNI), (i. P. ifcT. A., St. Louis. Mo.
Jackson Branch, Iron Mountain.
(initio South.
I.t'iiven.
fioitij' North.
Ariives.
STATIONS.
KriMtrnt. I'nsstir.
No. til. , No. :t.
I'lisstigr. Kii'ij.'hl.
No. 41. j No. I'Kl.
I'nsmijrr. I'lissnzr
1 No. 3s. J No. 4o.
Jackson. . . .
1 (lordotiviili.
j Jllltl.'lltoWII
! Alli nvill.- .
"tmiiiin. II :.Viiin.! 2:10pm lltliuiiu. 2:0Oun 1 4:0iiini
Moo i a:-' " 'll:o."i- !I:I4" j :i:44
s::Ci ' ; 12:24 2:4(t " li:4 " ; 1 " I 8:)
t:l.". ' !la:4H" I H:oti ' ii;o ' l:lo" II: 10
Fleisher's Shetland Floss
at 70 cents ti lox.
Imported Saxony Yarn
the kind that sells at, 10 cent a skein at ii cents.
A Good L. L. Bro. Muslin
"M inches wide tit eents.
This is ji season for plain clothes and we have
a full and varied assortment. Twilled hack Broa
cloth in all colors worth 1.23 at. 1.00. (Quality
can not he equaled for price in tow n.
Shoes.
For Shoes that wear and good values for money
we still maintain that reputation and are always
striving to get hetter values for th money.
Up-to-date line of ladies' and children's Cloaks
and Jackets.
G. MILTENBERGER & COMPANY,
HAVriAU n
Strawberry and Vegetable
Dealers.
The Passt'rtger Department of
the IllinoiuCentrtil Railroad Com
jmny have rocontly issiuel aptih
licution known art Ciri-ular No.
12, in which is described the
Best Territory in this Country
ftir tho growing of early straw-
berriiM and early vogntaMi'M. j im,, Ktmlislt hy ltiotmnl ij;iliii-ne
Every dealer in such products Uml lu'tiutlftilly iiliistiati'd in colorK
Khonlil mlc'tvsH a. nostul oard toi "J"
the underfignod at Dubuque,
Iowa, repuesting a copy of "Cir
cular No. 12."
J. i Mkrky,
Asst. GenM Pass'r. Agent.
i So.
No.
5:00 A. M.
12
The Christmas Delineator.
Tho I)ffinlr Iiclincatcr, with its
incssiiKi of gol ohiM-r and lii-lpfuV-
iiess, will ', wrlciiiiicl in nvery
lioiiir. Tin; I.lsliloii puyt-s ;iro tin
usuitllr attr.ti'tive, ill urvtrat i tiic nd
iteMTihinir tl very lntit molli s tn it
way to miiko their construct ion ilur
111 the busy festive sca.soti a ili.stiru
inslcHil of u Uhk, mill tliH literary
and pictorial IVaUue are of it rare
cxeel'encf. A selnctiull of love MolitiK
front tin- Wairtnr operas, rendered
WANTED Special representa
live m this county and adjoin
ing territories to represent and
advertise an old entabliHhed buni
nerts house of Holid financial
standing. Salary 21 weekly
with expenses, paid each Mon
day by check direct from head
quarters. Expenses advanced;
position permanent. We furnish
everything. Address, The Co
lumbia, 630 Monon Building,
Chicago, 111.
.1. I . lieyendeeker, oivupli-H a
prominent place, and a chapter in the
('oiupofcrftt' serk-ii, relating the ro
niHiice of Warner and Cotdina, lit an
interesting supplement to the lyrirx.
A very clever paper entitled '"Tho
Court Circles of the Ucpuhiic," tic.
HcrmcM Home nnliUn phases of Wnslt
iniiltin uncial lite is from tin iiiintiiiicd
I I'ontritiutor, who is naid to write from
the muer circles ot society, 'there
tire short Ktoties from the pens of
F. UopkiiiHon Smith, Uobert lirutit.
Alice llrown, Mary Stewart CtitlitiK
and Klnioic Klliotl 1'eaKe, ami such
Interesting writers as Julia Mairru
tler, L. I'rank lSaum, and (iruee Mae.
(iowan Cooke hold the attention f
the childran. Many Christmas biik
Kcstions are trivon In needlework and
the cookery panes are. redolent of tho
Christmas feast. In addition, then'
are the regular departments of the
tntiKa.ine, with many special articles
on topics relntint; to woman's inter
ests within an without the Imine.
Frisco System.
TKAINS DKl'AUT.
Daily for Ste. (Jenevieve, St. Marys.
St. Lnuisand intermediate points
Daily for Ste. (tenevieve, St. Marys,
St. Louis and intermediate points 12:1") P. M
Daily for Memphis, Tenn., C'arutli
ersville, Sikeston mid interme
diate points 1 :35 P
Daily for Hluomiield, PuxivO, Pojdar
Hlulf, Xnylor, Pocaliontas, Walnut
Ridge, Hoxie and Delta
Daily except Sunday for Delta,
Bloonifield, Taskee and interme
diate points
Daily for Commerce, Benton, Morley,
Morehouse, Maiden, Kennett,
Leathville 2:10 P
Daily for Thebes and Chicago 1:20 P.
TUAINS ARRIVE.
Daily from St. Louis, St. Marys and
Ste. Genevieve 10:00 P,
Daily from St. Louis, St. Marys and
Ste. (tenevieve 1 :l.rj
Daily from Memphis, Tenn., Caruth
ersville, Sikeston and interme
diate points li
Daily from Hoxie, Walnut Ridge,
Pocahontas, Naylor, Poplar Muff,
Puxico, Rloomfield ami Delta 12:10 P.
Daily except Sunday from Taskee,
Bloonifield, Delta and inter
mediate points 5:15 P,
Daily from Leach ville, Kennett, Mai
den, Morehouse, Morley, Com
nierce ami Benton 11 ::l.r A.
Daily from Chicago and Thebes 3:25 P
W. R. POWE, j. F. NEAL,
(Jencral Passenger Agent. Ticket Agent
No. 1 1
No. Ill
No. 107
No. 211
No. 213
No. 21
No. 1 1
No. 12
No. 112
No. 108
No. 212
No. 214
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