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'..rt 'I Iffy f 'ciinihM i TME JAGK&N (MlElgALP, VOL. VIII. JACKSON. MISSOURI, THURSDAY, OCTOHKR ., H0.". .NO. 17 I have a few Buggies in the cellar which I will sell at a sacrifice. D. KLEIN. LOCALS H. SUiSL!iSLJLSJLS.S.AJULSLSLSL SLSLSLSJLSLSl Wheat 77c to-day. Hertha Henderson is on the sick list this week. The county court held an ad journed term this week. You can get stationary at Attend the fair at the Cape next I Tnckey's drug store. weeK. Win. "Winkler of Oordonville, was in Jackson Monday. The Capr fair will commence next Tuesday and last all week. Cigars, best quality, at Tri' k- ey's drug store A. J. Sherwood, of the Jackson Store Co., went to St. Iuis Mon day on business. Jno. Albert Sehmuke who has been very sick with typhoid fever is getting better. i Toney Ooekel and Kd Kegen- i . .i -.. i .. .i t : Win. Wagner has quit keeping , nar" ,l inVB7 nivi uunnm boarders. He served his lat J in Jackson. Tuesday, meal Saturday night. j Don't fail to attend the An- TJy the end of this month trains ! tiqiie Show at the renidenee of C. .:n u tm.m th. L. Orant October . Will lU I Ulllllll V ' I'erryville. For Sale A good farm horse. Apply at this office. Mrs. A. Jaeger has been sick for the past few weeks but is get ting belter. Martin Locker has moved intoj Mr. Chas. L'lbrecht, father of the Hrenne ke property on Camp F. W. Klbrecht, has been quite street in W est Jackson. F. 15. W illiams of Oak Ridge was in Jackson Tuesday. l)r. H. T. Henderson went to! Hchumer Springs yesterday. t The city council adjourned i Monday night to meet again to- j night. j A nice assortment of lap dus- 1 ters at Klein's. 1 County court adjourned Mon- j day till the regular term in No- ; vember. j Luther Howard is sick with ty- j phoid fever at his home at Miller- j villc, Mo. !" Judge Vm. O. Schneider of! West Jackson, who has been qui'" sick, was able to come up to-.vn j Tuesday. I Ivy Mclain of N'eely's Land- ; ing has resigned the Justi'-e of j tho peace office and has moved to j W. H. MILL. I'rcl)-iil. W. C. CACArT, VI'e-Hr.-..lleiit. CO. HOWARD. ALVIN BOSS, A 1-t ,,( suck for the past three weeks. Mrs. Jettie Kingsbury and chil- father's family two or three days Ia.h). week. For Sale A good second hand Klein's is the place for wagon and buggy harness and saddles. John Seabaugh of near Jack- son has been dangerously sick, j tne fjat)(. uui in " iici. ..... ror goou iresn eanuifis can m. W. A. Trickey'a drug store. I . Mr. A. H. Byrd went to New j I tf. ..: t. ...l.. :t.. ...:ll ..imi l The county court appropriated 7" 1 87o, Monday, 'to be used by the ; 'n'mn Territory and other south- -Jrvn of Benton, were visiting her! Farmers' Institute managers i e 1 1 Pure Kuls eed wheat for sale , . V c"u"l W1" a. W ! 100,000 court house built at Co-! from St. Charles county, Mo. i ,jmbia, Mo. The present court1 Capk CorNTY Mii.i.ixo Co. .....a i.,,;it iwit ' , .... r i 1 11 HI .T. nf.T ilil.l III . J I , organ. Apply at tnis onice. ; . ; 7 . . .I Attend the Antique Show giv- ! Col. T. W. Birmingham of the Last week the proposition to f.n at thp re,ence ,.f C. L. Orant .,. M. A. had businenn in Musko- borid Blooinfield for !s,00O to October 0; given by the Baptist : n,l. Ter., this week, He bu.U streets was defeated by,,a,JieH. will return about Saturday. ; ine vote. i . i i L. M. Mean went to S' humer A large ex-confederate reun-! Call at McAtees for rye, bar- i s rin ,s Monriay to survey out ; as held in Lamar. Mo., on! ley, inter 1 urf oats and every-! the town lots. for the Schumer thing else needed for fall sowing.' Kealty Co. tt'ra. U'essell is again at his! Wilson Bean of this city has plax-e of business and can be ! accepted a position as bookkeeper found for all repair work at his for the H. M. I'icken's grocery ahop next door to the IIkkai.d of-1 store at the Cape. The mirtiluH of the Cane CirHr- ... j - i --- Cape Girardeau County Savings Bank Capital $50,000 00 -",,i.,.,., Surplus .35,000.00 It is an idriici' of K'oxl biisiiM-ss met IukU m In-n an lii'livi'lua! or linn keea liANK A('( 'Ol ' N'l' aiifl 1 1 a t.s.-i-t Imsiiiess y incans of clu-i k. We offer liberal inducements to depositors and are able and willing to protect and accommodate our customers. OPEN AN ACCOUNT And win ran v- anv part or all of your rnoi,r at anv t hue simply tn 'haw u! a eheek We do riot . halve for keeping money, lint pav interest on Time I (eposits. ABSOLUTE SECURITY. A tuple apit al. ! ron Sni plus. Larue esoin es. 'onvrvai ie Manage ment. I ire-proof Vault. Iluiirlar I'nxif afe. It n i la r y Insniance aainst I Kit h (la liht and 1 1 1 j-1 1 1 ioI,1t. vol it wi: SOLICIT DIRECTORS: ' LAI S K KI'S'I'N hit. . CI! A( 'I! A F T Iil'SINKSS. LAKOK . I.. IIINKLK. ''. V. lli;MiKl:tN. W. II. Ml LI. HI!. Kit. IKVAI!I). Oil SMALL. . I. STATLKl:, V. ('. Wedding and Anniversary Presents. Saturday, Kept. :. The speak-! ers with ex-Cov. Stone, Col. i Benton and Koeria Shaner. j The Presbyterians expect to oecupy their new church next' Sunday. The Sunday school will meet nromntlv at U-.'.tf) a. m. The Bernhar.l (iockel, Jr., has quit deau County Savings Bank has '-burch servir-e begins at 11 ia work in the citv drug store for increased from S-WXJO to $.V,,00). clock. Communion service dur ie present and "is attending a See ad in this issue. jing the morning service. II he hia the present Hchool of pharmacy in St this year. Louis! K(J ! ov.nintr tiopviffi kf(rna ut 7 '.Ui. Fraier, former conductor ; A ape f.ordiau y invitel to meet ; Jacksjn branch, is here .i(V, ; tV,., iiuln' Wright and Stone counties have for a few days while Conductor ,JH fju the house on it first day. voted local option and are now I Davenport takes a rest. ! lry. Stone county voted it dry j The board of aldermen met in ! u The 0n'il L"UVef C"b Sept. 10th and Wright county rppuIar 8egrti(m ,11!jt Monday SvruP 14 Kennedys Laxative j on Sept. 10th. night. A good deal of business Honey and Tar. It expels alL il. 1'. Crow, presiding elder, ! was transacted and several ordi- cold from the system by acting as ' will preach at the Methodist nances were passed. a cathartic on the lowels. It re- church next Sunday morning and vrill hold quarterly meeting Mon- l. al lioloelr !i m I or to cure boils, sores, tetter, ec- mation, cures the cough and peJaJie-of the Kiiptwt church; Htrengthens the mucous mem will give an Antique Show at the , , ' ... ,., , residence of C. L. (irant Oetober cases, use DeWitts iteh Hazel hranes of the lungs and the bron- 10 p.m. Admission Salve. A specific for piles. Oct ehial tubes. Kenrn-dy s Laxative the genuine. Sold by V. A Tin v ho arc liKikiny lor pie.ent s lor fall weddings and weddinu' annivi-r-arles will ttnd here a hnii died and one sutriresl ions in silver, line silver plate, cut (flass. dorks. . OnrstiK-k is varied in as hottinent and line in iiialit j . and our pi li es are as low as would ix asked any where lor foods of like Kiade. l-'or hirt hda and other fills, we oiler a larjje stin-k of tine frade Watches and Jewelry of all kinds, including a full assort ment of the .Simmons Watch Chains and V'olm.. 'I'Iip exceptional iiin!ilyof lliyse chains and lohx and t heir re llned styles and taselul designs make them pai t iculai Ij desirahle for fifts GEORGE C. HASSLINGER, LEADING JKWMLCR OP JACKSON. Ai thii ht, i Kt, be Tht name Keen Kutter eliminate all uncertainty in tool buying. As this brand coven a compute line of lojlt, all ,ou need remem- in buying a tool of any kind it the one nan.e Keen Kutter. Keen Kutter Tools are without rexrve or qualification the it tools that money, brains and skill can produce. No matter how much you pay, no matter wi.o you may have thought to be the best maker of a particular kind of tool, you cannot get any tool, anywhere, better than t'.iose s jld under the name of Keen Kut'er. I: our d.aler does not keep Keen Kutter tools write us and learn where to get tncrn. Tool Booklet sent free. To draw the fire out of a burn, lieves the feverish conditions of' I heal a cut without leaving a scar, the throat, draws out the infla-' b, from 1 to it) p.m. 10 cents; refreshments extra. MUses Dollie Taylor and Huby Trickey. WaLrner and Airs. Lmmii Lu.sk went to Juolin Monday to attend the State meeting of the V. Honev and Tar is a certain, safe, prompt and harmless cure for was accidentally colds, croup and whooping cough. US 7 s mm mm i iCQimplrt if i(wci, VI S'imr k.n4 ol Keen Kutltr T-( Mf Aici, Hmbum, Hatckctt, MM ChiftcU. Screw Driven, U nuccroi(t, r fica runrtt Drw Kmvi. Siwi, B VMUHPl Shri, R- MM i.o.. VI ol all It Yt y kinds. It V The Recollection of Quality Item tat Long After thf Price It Forgottea." TrM' Mtrt Hattr. SIMMONS HARDWARE COMPANY St. Louis, U.S.A., 29 Broadwjj, M.Y. C. T. U. that met there Tuesday and , Mnsterson's last Katurdav niht. il-. i i . . ... n s eunesuay . BANK 1 r. .' ...... Sam Morton , shot by a son of Chas. (ierharter Kold by W. A. Trickey. at the shooting match at Lee . , m.ir, ,.,,. ,.r.i ionH lt Siitnrihiv niifht. . J . .. 1 ' .' m u i m v .. . .. Ujok advantage oi the excursion B HBRt HUUt IN tWIUkNIil- i r u niinri in urn n i win ti i h ... " .-w Mr. Geo. Heattie, Jr., and Miss prove dangerous. ' the Vei;e(J ,,ri,)h'et A'ong Nona Cole were married at the, I ast we,.k a anJ tr!4nMfer in- the number we noticed the fol restdence of Mr. Geo. Green in j volving SlOO.OfJO was made in '.lowing: Mesdames K. G. Sib-. Jackson last Sunday afternoon by : Kt, L)UiH. -phis includes all the , ley. Jno. I. Mabrey. Jno. A. Sni- ; ider, v . Henderson and Pan-' Kev. O. V . lltnam. an,l ,.t the Mollad.-iv-k'lotz r.jind No pill is as pleasant and posi- i Lumber Co., of Greenville, Mo. tive as DeWitt's Little Karly I It was sold to a syndicate of Kan- Hise.r.s. These famous little pills,' are so mild and effective that of what? It's evidence of thrift ilievs as well as I he vat ions sums that hae Ik-cii placed to Hie credit of its oh tier. . Any person von know to have AN At ' ' )l ' NT AT oil: i:NK cJiildron, delicate ladies and weak people enjoy their cleansing iel Klein, and Wm. Hienlein and wife, J. L. Sibley and wife, A. J. Sherwood and -wife, and C. V. Hoffmeister, Jno. C. I loffrneister, A. W. Kuellmer, Chas. Webb, Al McGuire, Carrigon Hrowriiny:, A. V. Williams, (J. W. Henderson and others whose names we did not get. On Wednesday of last week Sheriff Cock el was at the Cape loing duty for the common pli We neglected to state last week in our mention of Jackson's in dustries the handle factory, tho i brick and tilinrr factorv and the effect, while strong people saynew brick factory of Kaster A they Jire the lest liver pills sold. jH(.i)muke. .;ach Gf th(.H(. iir A3'i6 by W. A. Trickey. i Hending out their acticlesof man- The W. C. T. U. will meet with ufacture and are greatly benefit Airs. It. M. McCombs Saturday ing the city and their customers. afternoon, led by Mrs. Nettie .l,,hn Tucker and fJeo. Col.l.l.. J ''urt. It seems that Mr. flockel's Howard. An interesting pro- j shipped a car load of cuttle and ! fnenJ, 1'i' k Merry, got it into his jram will lie rendered. Sub jeet : to St. Louis Monday. This j bead to w hip tie- sheriff, and he ''Immorality in the Schools." H t. fjrMt' ,... ,jf'Mtock sliiiped kinds of words not in the Judge J. H. Miller, C. 15. Miller from Jackson by these gentlemen Sunday school b.,oks in bemear,- uml !' M. Ford left Tuesday for for some time. .Mr. Tucker tells i " ..uo . Garbin, Indian Ter. They have ' us that he had seventeen In -ad of laid out about 700 lots as an ad-: the finest cattle in this shipment 'Jition to this growing little town ! that ever was shipped from this nd are going to put them on the county. Seven of Uiem were market. 'bought of Wash Gladih of West ! Jackson, weighing nearly i,400 A fellow told us last week that he had been getting the Hkkai.D; ht'of NVat (:ipi)aril ( (ak for ome time but he never Ri(J , W(!il)Mi 'nearly :,o00 "siLrned for it. Ho had been J iioumis, anl lour head were aiL'ucu iw ii. nu uu ween ,.,,, iu ge tting a sample copy occasion-1 ally for which we made no charge, i You may be just as skeptical but Xrora now on he will not even j and pessimistic as you please, faa bothered with sample copies, i Ko(ol wi Jit what you eat He needs no paper. whether you eat or not. You can It ia impossible to have a clear ,,,it vour food in a bowl, notir r head, an active brain a vigorous , itUe Ko((), I)ynpepsia Cure on it Mn eil 1 1 or on oi n. ulrdntr uwlu . " 1 1 eBsUtution or a strong when the digestiun is weak or -when the stomach is out of order. Kodol Dyspebsia Cure will put the stomach and digestive organs in good condition and improve Ihe general condition. Sold by W. A. Trickey. and it will digest it just the sam as it will in your stomach. It can't help but cure indigestion and dyspepsia. It is curing had dreds and thousands some hun faith und some didn't. Sold by W. A. Trickey. forbearance ceased to be a virtue, then he proceeded tochaHtise Mr. Herry, and he did (he work very satisfactory, much so, that tin sheriff carried a sore hand for a few days and Mr. Herry is laid up for repairs. A new idea in a cough syrup is advanced in Kennedy's Laxa tive Honey and Tar. Besides containing pine tar, honey arid other valuable remedies, it is ren dered laxative, so that its use in sures a prompt and efficient evac uation of the bowels. It relaxes the nervous system, and cures all coughs, colds, croup, etc. A red clover blossom and the honey bee is on every bottle of the Original Laxative Cough Syrup Kenne dy's Kaxative Honey and Tar. Sold by W. A. Trickey. is raised in your estimation. It's I-- canse yon associate a man with a hank account with those v. ho do I dinars. A word to a w Ise voiiiik man is siiillrient . The People's National Bank, JACKSON, M0. W. H. Miller went to New! Madrid yesterday. j Chas. II. Daues, prosecuting! attorney, had legal business at Itiitclilown Monday. , Win. I!. Schaefer is a member' of the first grand jury for the federal court that meets at the; (.'ape this month. Conference Appointments. The following are the presiding! elders of the various districts; lie Koto district, J. l. A. Vaughn; I'oplar l'.luff district, O. II. Lug gins, l''armington district, H. II. .--ingleton; St. Louis district, T. L. Sharp; West Plains district, T. M. Jackson. ( hat lest on ilistiict. . I', Crow. 1'iesjdlllH elder. I 1 1:1 1 lest i ,n station. M. T. Shaw: Siketon. Olin lioiess: ' .1 ark soi i. .1 . .1 . I.ovet I : ( ape ( i ra idemi, i I-;. T. Adams: New Madrid, c. I.. f 'r ; Cliut lesion rllCllil , supplied h I . li. iaidner; I'nrtaev ille circuit, to lie j ' .iipolied hy William Holland: lifl,l siadl circuit, to lie supplied hy .1. M. laiiland: llert rand circuit . to he sup-i plied In K. li. Iiowell: Morlc sUiilon. . W. A. Aslile: hitewaler circuit . .1.' SV. Ixincan: Henton and I Nino, ft. t,. liowless: 1 arulhersi!; , .. Y. Jack-' son: ot ton wood circuii. supiilied hv li. I.. WriKhf. Haul. II. . Kiii": oininerce. .1. ). 'oppa'e: Cairo sta ' I ion. ).('.( 'oppaye: ( (ran, .1. M . Kin: I lielinont mission, supplied hy .1. (.. illuir: liii.' I'ralrli; circuit , supplied hy I A M. 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