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Activity npells victory in ev- be improved, or out of our own
crything ami this is no less true mouth we will be condemned.
in our Popular (iirl Contest. It
is work that w ill win.
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ki .ocund-ilix- niHiivr Niivmilii-i ''
TlTlll f"f I In" IlKHAI.K ri' )!' il
own:
Tot on yi'ir
x months
Three mentis
i.ou :
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.Jack the slabber eonfesed to
the stabbing out of court, but
; now, when in the court room, he
' pleads not guilty.
Tiik KepublicHii congressional
convention for the 14th district have been thinking of a great
Orren Wilson,
Attorney at Law
AND
Notary Public.
Collection a Specialty.
Cape Ulnuileuii, Me.
meets at Caruthersville June oth
It) name a nominee.
So if we have a good idea or a
good thought that we think will
be a help to our brother, let uh
say it. If our knowledge is never
developed or known to our
neighbor we are a drono in any
community and our education is
a failure to a great extent. 1 I ) Y . I). II AYS.
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Attorney at L?w
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I JACKSON EXCHANGE I
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Aivkktiino Katks: I,ornl (li
tter line eiu'h insertion. I'rfei(iin I
Card f't for year. b'irnl Ariverti-e
nipnta IhitiI raten. lisp!ny ad rate
tnmli' known on iiiilicnt inn.
Wic notice that our old friend
K. S. Port is is now owner and ed
itor of the Whitewater Times.
Jack is a good worker, a hustler
and a good fellow. We want him
to Micceed.
JACKSON. M . MAKCM 1 IW
A Mkxican who rescued a
Louis woman, who afterward
fuseJ to marry him, has just left
her S1."K),(HK). He no doubt re
cognized the great service she
did him in declining his offer.
moral iiithtin, of widen one is
very pi'omineut, I mibl say,
throughout llio world. The other
is not mi prominent, and but little,
said about it, yet it is the most
prevalent and the most deceptive,
yet they are the greatest enemies
to our moral and religious pros
perity of anything else. And now
comes the question: Which is
the greatest hindrance to good
l.n (ii ippe and Pneumonia.
Foley's Honey and Tar cures
St. la pripjie coughs and prevents morals and religion, intoxicating
. i.r.,t.. ...... u... 1 1... drink or covetousness?
juie u i nun ut . ivviuw iij iui uic
in!' sr
Notary Public. ;
IKKICK 'J HMh t rul nil Hull I
.1 At UMlN. MO.
Sam Vaiidivort
Compiles Abstracts of Titles
from the only set of Abstract jE:
Hooka in the County. Your j
business will be given care- ;r
ful attention : : : : : : : : Z
Gcipit.nl
Surplus
$2o,ooo,
$ 1 o.ooo.
: genuine in the yellow package.
Sold by W. A. Trickey, druggist.
FREE EYE EXAMINATIONS
Will Cease After March 6th.
Now that "Bluebeard" I loch
is hanged and safely out of tl e
way the morbid women of Chica
go will have to hunt up another be at my office here until March
idol. If St. Louis would ship tith. Puling this time i will do
them "Jack the Slabber" it would work at my usual low prices; also
On account of the birth of a son y,,u to grant or reject this propo
at my residence in Jackson, I will siti jn. Yours truly,
P. 10. P. Grain.
I would like very much to hear Jackson. Missouri.
from some of our moral and re- .
ligious heads on this question,
which 1 think would interest the
readers of your valuable paper.
Now, Mr. Kditor, it is left to
be doing an act of charity.
Tin-: people of St. 1 .011 is are still
waiting to hear the city emim-il-men
explain why they trampled on
their wishes by defeating the free
bridge bill. At present the be
lief is that the monopoly
to prepare an explanation
it arranged fr the slaughter
orgot
when
At the leriHeratie State ('mn
niittee's meeting to select the
place of the nominating conven
tion. Insurance Superintendent
W. B. Vandiver proposed Capo
(iirardeau and got only ix votes.
Whether the fhowing was due to
the town or its proposer has not
been revealed.
J. II. Rode, state game war
den. I1.1 sent to the press of Mis-
ouri his view.-, on the ga:m
fish law ui the state, an! asks , ,.jolt
their assistance to help pass
U-r laws,
that we 11
cut game and fi-li law, and with , yv
the proper apiendments it may1
serve the desired end the pro
tection of the game and fish. '
and
isk
net-
N'o 1 ii ' w ill deny but
ed to i ni ( ! )ve the pres-
continue my free eye examina
tions and consultation. I will
positively discontinue my free eye
examinations and consultation
after March (ith. After this date
I will charge a fee for all eye ex
aminations, but this fee will be
deducted from the price of glass
es when ordered. After March
Cith I will be at my residence in
Jackson as previously, on Sunday
and Monday o' each week only.
Hit. (iKlM, Oculist-Optician.
Two In One Winter.
C. K. Kmerson of Fit.william,
N. II., had two attacks of pneu
monia in one winter. He writes
that two physicians said he could Tallow
not reeover from fli lsl iiltnelf. Itaron .
After Ihev hail o-ivpii mi hone hi'
J began taking Foley's Honey and '.'J"S
Tar, which brought him out all it,,,.,-.-
Be writes that he surely Wiml
thinks Foley's Honev and Tar is Feather
.the grandest remedy for throat
and lung troubles. For salt; by
A. Trickey.
lias Stood the Test 2-5 Years.
The old, original Grove's
Tasteless Chill Tonic. You know
what you are taking. It is iron
and quinine in a tasteless form.
No cure, no pay. oOc.
Applelon Roller Mills B
(iota t tie Applet on Keller Mills E
to buy jour Hour and pet it for
tlM) a hundred, or take I.ikni g
IHiiinds and Kct it 4r 2.1U a lam- 5
died. Kcspivt fully.
THEO. W. MEYER, g
l'iii'ietni' Applcteii I'oller Mills. XZZ
Solicits the accounts of'
JviurLOHAjsnciai,
rAIlMBna OTIIXinB,
and oilers them every facility which theif
ImlanceH and resiKmsibilitiew warrant. Yonr
account in solicited and will have the best
care, no matter how laiye or small.
We have the protection a (lorded hy the
Mosler Screw Door Safe 'and Yale Triple
Time Lock, and carry Burglary Insurance
and insurance against daylight robbery, and
are members of the Hankers' Association,
affording our depositors and customers every
safeguard possible.
MAKKKT KKPOHT.
('kit cti'd Weekly.
per ewi ,
Klcuir
I'lMM. per I'W't . . . ,
SliipstutT.
( ' li ri II 1 e.l I , pel' till
Colli
lilts
l'otiltoes. I l'isli .
Hay
Cattle
I lolls, JJI'OSK
I.11 rd
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From Fruittand.
Tiik Cash-Book man says Cow
Folk will not appoint a thief to fill
ihe vacancy of county clerk. We
hope 11 t. We have not been in
the habit of having thieves to fill
that office, have we? The Cash
Hook man evidently wishes 11s to
infer that there are thieves in the
Democratic patty, bit that he
expects Folk to not recognize
them. If he did not mean this
what did he mean?
improving
Yoij will find in the llmunall
the home news available and
worthy of publication, and all the
news from abroad. We do not
air extensively sensationalism,
not iK-eausu we do not know it.
but because we see no net d of
creating an appetite for sic h kind
of reading in the minds of the
Aunt Sally Short is
very slowly.
Cncle Bavy Caldwell is very
much under the weather, lie ir
the oldest man near here; he is
about S4 years old.
Billy Carroll, often called
"Irish Billy," a few months
older than Cncle Bavy Caldwell,
visited here last week.
(ilea McNeely and Orte Burns
went to Oriole, Sunday, to see
their best girls.
Amos Mcl.ain went to the Cape
Saturday on business.
Fruitland is again on the boom,
Mr. McLain is going to build a
Uell .
Sjiiin' chick'
' Turkeys . . . .
. hacks
' (ieese
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Southeast Notes.
rail -
put-
There is talk of another
road to Thebes, 111.
Perry ville is thinking of
ting in a light plant.
A Mr. Williams has purchased
of H. H. Smith tho Benton Re
cord. John I. Stetson, maker of the
famous Stetson hats, died at his
winter home in Florida a few days
ago.
James Barling, Peg Leg, plead
guilty in tho Pemiscot circuit
Dr. J. ll.Howiud,
RESIDENT DENTIST
OAK RIDGE. :: MISSOURI
Will practice dentistry in all its
branches. Fxamination and con
sultation free. Office at Central
Hotel.
R. S. WOLTEK,
DKAI.KIt IN
HARDWARE, TINWARE. STOVES.
Roof in; and Guttering a Specialty.
Call on him when in need of any
thing in his line. He will treat
you right. 1
JACKSON, M1SSOLKI. '
1
Dr. J. L. rJenkins,1
RESIDENT .
DE NT1ST 1
Jackson, Missouri
I V. T ScliiM-f.T's SI:. 11 . I
Cold Killings, Silver rilluins. Ce
ment Fillings. AltiMcial Teelli.
Teeth cleaned. I'i.iic repaired . '
Painless Kxti-ji tinn tree when Plates
are wan tcil. I
Dr. kj. V. Alsop,
Resident Rentist.
E Interest paid on Time Desposits.
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RETAIL
MERCHANDISE
JACKSON.
MISSOURI
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new store building with a hall on court last week, to the murder of
top, and there is strong talk of J. W. Wilkinson in 1004. He was
two more buildings of the same sentenced to 5) years in the pen.
kind being built. I.eo Spivy plead guilty to mur-
Mr. Houck's engine Xo. 1 was der in the circuit court at Caruth
repaired here at the machine ersville last week, and was sen-
I won- tenced to !)!) years in the peni-
Ucr 11 air. imuck nas ever inougm tentiary. Spivy s nome is nt
..nrif. !,wl vee evrieel llie 1 1 1-" l-f
, ,v t ' shops one day last week
aid to be a paper worthy of a . 1 .
ii1:iee in nnv home. We lliilik
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I Ul lllir. i-M-lll; . ow.i i: l'i iiu. i: w iiuew uu i , 11111:011111
Dentistry i rHvticctl
in All lis branches.
Dfllec phone ITS; lUcidinc
Anneslnetics for the pniiile ex
traction of teclll Used if (levinil
(uii'l free nf charge). Kxamina
lii.n :ind consiilmt inn free. Ad
Ihe work is done in my utiler;
none of il is sent away. SatiM'iir
lion KUiiranteetl. It- fcivnces
cheerfully ftivell.
JACKSON,
DR. G. S. HENDERSON,
Resident Dentist.
the shortest and most la"nic way I
a murder or any sensational hap
pening can be put hit he best, es
pecially when a woman is con
nected with il. At least this is
the line on Allied we will hew.
his repair work done.
Kf'KllIHl.KK.
From Millerville.
I Hi: Laclede hotel, st. l.oms,
may cease tube the n n le.ous of .
the I . mocrals of the S;.ite, Judge'
Kvaiis, ehairmnn of the State
'oinmitteesaystli.il the La- lede
does ni, i ;tiil the State head
quarters there; the country lein
ocrats arc kicking iiecawse they
do UH like the hric-a-br.ie and
draiier;-s that line the oath to the
present location,
of the Planters'
About eighteen days ago rap
list Curtis Jackson, the young
negro, assaulted Mrs. Dan Nor-
man at Poplar liluff. and last
Mr. I'.i.itoi;: In looking over week he had his trial. In less
the columns of your paper, I than thirty minutes the trial was
on ttie sky Hour
and now comes
notice that your correspondents,
in writing articles forpublication,
are few and very brief, and many
of them are not interesting to the
public. I am satisfied thai many
of them have tilt? brains and the
ability to write articles of deep
interest to your paper. And 1
would suggest that they branch
out on vari ins subjects and de
velop their knowledge and ex
perience to the end that the
had and the sentence pronounced.
He is to hang Friday, March 23,
litflU.
' A proposition under discussion
by members of the commercial
club is to buy a tract of land on
the out.skirtn of Charleston, lay it
off in lots of convenient size and
otl'er it to home builders at just
' the cost to the promoters. Those
' who buy will be required to build
I upon it homes for their own use.
1 Several business men have Big-
iiifiml xeillintrnews to illv..ul in un
MISSOURI. I USs
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LUMBER,
LATHS,
CEMENT
ainl all
BUILDING MATERIAL
ut
HENDERSON'S LUMBER YARD,
C? IS. W. HENDERSON, Prop.,
WVst Main StrtMit,
.Iai kson, Mo.
Sr! B lumber, g;
I B LATHS, m
g CEMENT H;
and all
tl.e Ma.Jison, ao.ioin.ng tnc . mt may ,. J)rofuu.(l thorebv ,,.,.,., (J( lh kiml, realizing
..Itwl.i jowl iiriiffer.s tree rooms to! , e..: ' ... . .i. . i i i ; .
' ' i , ami me circulation ui your paper, mat me iicuianu tor nomes
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the committee. I lie .Maoason is a
"dollar a day" house. It is the
meeting place for all railway
grievance commiUees and iH well
Hupplied with spittoons. Het cm
the Madison.
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are great moral issues upon
which hinge our elevation and
prosperity as a christian nation
or our down fall.
We all have talents that must
There much beyond the present supply.
j Charleston l-.nlerpnse.
Such an arrangement would be
good for Jackson. We will start
tho movement with four lots; $60
a lot will buy them now.
Okkk'k On South ;Hi?l
over t aiie t ouuty siniiif
Jiu'kson, Missouri. Oillce
172; residence. .
Mothers' Stew Cough Syrup
Is the name of a preparation,
made and sold by W. A. Trick
ey of this city. No one has
forgotten "Mother's Stew"
and it is as effective to-day
tin ever. Nothing better tor
colds ami coughb. Try a
bottle.
W. A. THICKET'S DUOS STORE.
-iuimI i lu it'-t with iinpi ihIUI ni''cih fur ttie (& J:
i-ni'x in "Mil n Ali'ohitlisin, Mtu HliitM a nl tttlu-r trti.' nsiny. P
; 'i'jit n-ltt ii nl T'tltntvo IciIiMh iuiiI ii'r-vc ' Iiii n-i hid, "
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OUff TESTIMONIALS, lii inctli. h ;hu1 iri-niim ni ul'
itlv from ii ii y initirlmi t lit t.s Wtll-iniu r. Iicfiliii. .
f 1 Jpfc luihlnt'H riipHcity unil itMiHitm't uf fainity ami )Hhinr.K-
on I'tiiillitrnt'D
I'nr full tnfiirir.;itiuii, nn-mit nr uriih-
DR. J. E. BLAINE, Maimer, :NU lnust St., St. Louis, Mm.
l or h y':ir- VhWf nf Mi dlcul 8lt.ll ttf tin- K t h y In-lllur, I Iclil, III.
HOME TTMNT FOrt TOBACCO AND NEURASTHENIA.
JACKSON LIHE & QUARRY CO,
JACKSON. MO.
Maiiufuff uh'i-H of
"Pearl of Cape County"
The strongest White Lime in the market, and w mude
the celebrated Capo (Jiranleau County Marble i:. :r:

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