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VOL. VIII. JACKSON, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 1905. NO. 24 a GO TO KLEIN'S FOR B U G G l.E S A!N D ROAD WAGONS a 0 a a XX B M 1 tmajuu a ba&ajuuuu 1 1 a a ajQ Wheat 85o to-day. Circuit court will be in session next week. County court will be in regular session next week. See us before buying a piano. E. H. Engelmann was in Jack son on business last week. Roll carding done at the Jack son wool factory. For Sale Berkshire pigs, reg istered thoroughbreds. Apply to J. L. Sibley, Jackson, Mo. J. C. Davis of Fruitland had business in Jackson last week. Oro Taylor was elected to teach the Gordonville school next year. Farmers who are thinking of making wire fenoe should see the Pittsburg Perfect wire fence sold by C. W. Henderson. Guy Fulenwider of Reynolds ville, 111., was visiting in Jackson last week. The Gladish Bros, of Burford ville are now open and ready for business. Will pay the highest market prices for produce. Jackson will have a street fair next week, lasting from Tuesday to Saturday. An elegant line of lace cur tains from 39c a pair to S3. 00 a pair; extra good values at $1.00 And $1.50 at Bruening & Kerst ner D. G. Co. Evan Criddle of Gale, 111., made our office a pleasant call last Saturday. Houck road has changed time. It will lay over night at Oak Ridge instead of the Cape. P. F. Tuck has bought the Johnson stallion that will make the season on the English farm, one-half mile from Jackson, at 8. 5-11 The brass band, the street fair, the big show, county and circuit courts will be doing business in Jackson next week. Miss Ella and Mrs. Rena Mc Combs left for Hot Springs yes terday to be gone about three weeks. Miss Mollie Miller acted as probate judge last week during the absence of Judgo J. B. Miller, who had business at Benton. For Sale A farm of 150 acres near Jackson, well watered and well improved ; 145 acres in cul tivation. Terms: Part cash, bal ance on easy payments. Apply at this office. W. A. Sander & Bro. ship Krause cultivators to Bessville, Mo. Farmers order them who know both the cultivators and its merits. Silas Ramsey will go to St. Francis, Ark., some time in May to assist in a bank at that place We wish Mr. Ramsey success in his new home. Sam White had his house moved from the Kerstner lot back of the Schade and Kinder stable to his lot in North Jackson this week. R. T. Reid moved it. For Sale An Advance thresh ing machine outfit. Will guar antee; machince in good order Will sell with machine privilege of threshing 6,000 to 10,000 bush els this season that we have en gaged. Will sell cheap. Apply to Loos Bros 5-14 Jackson, Mo During the storm last week the Acme Telephone company sus tained a great damage. Besides burning out many of the indi vidual phonos, much damage was done to the central office. The company is working hard and at a great expense-, but will soon have all phones put in good working order. The Potosi Presbytery met at Pleasant Hill last week. Watches from $1.00 and up at HasBlinger's Jewelry store. Good congregations at all the churches last 8unday night. Go to Gladish Bros, for shoes. Best quality and lowest prices. Stokes Ramsey of near Laflin had business in Jackson Mon day. Pittsburg Perfect wire fence can be had at C.W. Henderson's. We will commence the publi cation of a continued article next week. Highest market price paid for hogs by Flentge at Cape Girar deau. Extension curtain rods at 5c each at Bruening & Kerstner D. G. Co. Rev. Lovett preached a very instructive and eloquent sermon Sunday. R. W. Russell took his Sunday school class on a picnio last Sat urday. For good candy go to Aug. Ringwald's, one door north of postoffice. 5-11 L. S. Pepper of DeSoto was visiting his mother of this city lastweek. The Commercial club meets at the court house to-morrow, Fri day night. Remember, Lueders, the pho tographer, will be at Pocahontas each Saturday. Jas. H. Weisbrod is clerking for Sibley. Jim understands the business. Geo. W. Bast and Fred Kurre of Burfordsville had business in Jackson Monday. For stock peas, seed corn, rape seed, and German millet call on McAtee. successor to McAtee a Buerkle. Our Lombard piano contest is now on. Kead our rules ana lane part in the contest. The county court set as a board of appeals this week, but there were very few appeals. Let that spring suit be a Kant- be-beat; nice line now in. Also Diamon K. shirts a swell line in at Bruening & Kerstner D G Co. Rev. Taylor has been doing some good preaching at the Bap tist church this week. Miss Marie Shaner of the Cape was visiting the family of R. W. Russell of Jackson, Sunday. Received, a large lot of 18k and 14k wedding rings, 85.00 to $11.00, at Hasslinger's jewelry store. Elam Gladish, son of John Gladish of near Millerville, is quite low with consumption. Mrs. Daues, mother of Prose cuting Attorney Daues, died at her home at the Cape last week Ladies, if you have never tried Dowling d: Mathew's candies you don't know what you are missing They are better than the best Forsale at Aue. Ringwald's. 5-11 Mrs. Homer Moore of DeSoto who has been visiting Mrs. J. L Sibley, returned home Tuesday Artie Taylor will teach the Needmore school next year. This will make Artie's third term at Needmore. The St. Francois County Eagle is the latest exchange to reach us. it is newsy ana presents good appearance. E. C. Barrol is its editor. Found A purse with some money, on Farmington road be tween Kurreville and Byrd's creek, on March 28. Owner can have same by giving amount and description of the money by call ing on Chas. H. Maintz, Kurre ville, Mo. Go to Gladish Bros, for calicoes. Best quality 5c. ' Clarence Jean and wife have moved to California. Tom Davenport, conductor on the Jackson branch, who has been away for his Health, is back to Jackson. The case of Weltecke va. Jenk ins in 8quire Snider's court here Tuesday, resulted in a verdict for the plaintiff. Richard and John Spaulding of the Cape were visiting their sister, Mrs. Kate Schmuke of this place, Monday. Bert Glaze, who has bean, with E. G. Sibley for some time, will nr i r a 1 1 rerreTTnrryrr5T8TO a a a a b a a b grmnnryg b b tq In every department of banking The Cape Girardeau County Savings Bank I p 1 go to the Cape to work in the restaurant of Ben Holliday. If you want a piano see us. We can sell you a Lombard on easy terms. Pink Fulenwider of Commerce was visiting in Jackson Sunday. He went from here to Reynolds- ville, 111., to visit his son Guy before returning home. The ladies of the Catholic church will have a bazaar and serve supper in the Armory hall on Wednesday, May 3. Supper will be served from 5 o'clock on. Ladies' spring neckwear a big assortment at Bruening A Kerst ner D. G. Co. The ladies of the cemetery association and all other ladies interested in the improvement of the cemetery are requested to meet at Mrs. Kate Schmuke's on Friday afternoon at 4 o'clock. Henry Pott of the Cape was in Jackson a wnne Monday . While here he visited his old apprentice, C. H. Wolter. Mr. Pott had not been in Jackson before for fifteen years. We learn that it is no longer Miss Pauline Madie, but Mrs. and lives at Commerce. She returned home last Sunday after visiting her parents in Jackson a few days. We learn that our informant was wrong in stating that Judge Riley purchased his mules from Mr. Schade last week. We learn that Mr. Ben Gockel helped the judge secure the mules he de sired. You get the Pittsburg Perfect fence wire by calling at 0. W Henderson's lumber yard. If your daughter has musioal talent you should encourage her to improve it. A good instru ment is essential to this end Let us sell you a Lombard piano. You can get one on easy pay ments. The song service at the Metho dist church, under the directory of Col. T. W. Birmingham, was one of the bet ever given in Jackson. It was enjoyed and appreciated by a large congre gation. A big line of youths', boys' and juvenile clothing in all the new styles at Bruening 4 Kerstner D. G. Co. C. P. Hurst, our stone mason at Jackson, tells us he has tried two barrels of the lime made from the lime rock found here, which is the same rock analyzed by Col. F. Tiedeman, and he finds it superior to any lime he ever used in this country, and he cheerfully recommends it to the public. There were ten applications re ceived in Jackson Camp No. 4933 M. W. A., Monday night. On May 20 there will be a county class adoption at Jackson. All camps of the county will take part. Over 200 members will be added to the Woodmen lodge. The Woodmen are up and doing and Deputy James Clark is hear asnisting the Neighbors. It takes labor to win in anything, AiDeNTnoe. fT.A ITS WIfRSTSkR .T r. II1VUM.P n w iirvrirnmv n r utitipd nr n I I . . I f 1 - . ' . . w. ...M..f V ... .'Ul. V I I . ' . 1 ' i 4 I A lilt. II yt I .... . . ..m ... , w.rv-nr. - ....... . V J UHAUHAf 1, U. II. Ml LLiblt, HilJ. IIUVV AKU, Ut SLSLt a a a a q a a ttjLajLajLajiajLajLftajLBJU a a a asum a a a otao q o a ot o a o t o o o o a 1 6 j Up-to-date In everything we have of course a large stock of I4k and 18k Wedding Rings, price proportioned to weight. Also unusually select assort ment of goods for wedding presents. It costs nothing to see them and your visit will be appreciated. We do our own engraving and rings and other goods bought of us are engraved free. ' 'A i it if r D iMF-iUs" Is prepared to serve you In a satisfactory manner. With a CAPITAL and SURPLUS of EIGHTY THOUSAND DOLLARS and RESOURCES of ONE-HALF a MILLION DOLLARS, WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS whether large or email, promising every accommodation consistent with safe and con servative banking. Pass Books and Check Books furnished free of charge. Interest paid on Time Deposits. Money loaned at reasonable rates on personal, collateral, or 3 real estate security. FFICERS w- H. MILLER, President; W. C. CRACRAKT, Vice-President; ED. HOWARD, Cashier; ALVIN BOSS, Assistant Cashier. 3 Heart Joining Is Seasonable Just Now. . I . M JUL. JUL. AA. M Write for TWENTY-FIVE REA SONS WHY THE OLI VER RECORD HAS NEVER BEEN EQUALED. Reference, any Oliver user. The Oliver Typewriter Co., Century Bldg., St. Louis, Mo 3.00 $2.!io GO. C. Hasslinger Jeweler Jackson, Mo. Pleasant Snider moved into the residence lately vacated by Maz LaPierre. Prof. Fred Cureton has been reemployed to teach the Miller ville high school this year. Buy your wire fencing of C.W. Henderson. He handles the Pittsburg Perfect wire fence. A match game of base ball will be played Saturday afternoon at Millerville between the boys of the Jackson high school and those of the Millerville hieh school. Dowling & Mathew's candies are the kind that tickle the palate. For sale by Aug. Ringwald. 5-11 Hiram Phillips, president board of public improvements, St. Louis, Mo., will be in Jackson Thursday and will meet with Jackson Commercial club Friday evening relative to submitting a proposition as to electric lights and water works. For Sale A new top buggy and harness. Will take in old buggy on deal. Come quick if you want a bargain. Apply at this office. 5-11 The last ball of the season at the Millerville hall will be given on Saturday evening, April 29. Will begin promptly at 8 o'clock and close as promptly at twelve. Come early and get your money's worth. Admission 50c per couple. Music by Steam's orchestra. For Sale The undersigned will sell cheap the following: One saw mill, one thresher and one Port Huron engine. Call on or write me. Eli Abkrnathy, 5-18 Jackson, Mo. T. D. Hines has moved his law office to the Williams building on the west side of the public square. R. M. Sawyer will occupy part of the building and will make a s-peeialty of real estate and pro bate business. Any business in trusted to either of these gentle men will receive prompt attention. Free Street Fair1 Carnival jackson, no., MAY 2 TO 6, INCLUSIVE. o o o piIE United States Carnival Company, with its nine paid and free attractions, has been secured to play the alove date for the benefit of the Ladies' Cemetery Association and the City Band. All shows only 10 and 15 cents; clean and moral. Everyone invited. Come and hear the band play, see the big Ferris wheel go round and see the big free acts if you haven't got a cent. Come and see what a hospitable city Jackson is and what a good time you can have. No gambling or rowdyism allowed. Ladies and children especially invited. o o o Come! Be sure to meet me on the Pike at Jackson Carnival. See Lueders, the photographer, for pictures. Schoen's gallery, Pocahontas, Mo. For Sale A bargain com plete threshing outfit, consisting of the following; 10-horse Peer less engino with jacketed boiler and cab, 32-inch Buffalo-Pitts separator with wind stacker and water tank. All thoroughly re built last season at Fruitland Machine shops, and guaranteed. Price $550 if sold at once. Carl McNeely. Miss Agnes Bonney is quite sick. Born, to Aug. Hoffmeister and wife, last Saturday, a fine girl. Lilly, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. C Hofimeister, who has been very sick, is somewhat better. Died, at her home near Fruit land, last week, Mrs. Geo. W. McNeely, aged about GO years. The entire stock of goods of R. Reehan & Co. will be sold at half price, beginning next Saturday, April 29.