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JACK EEMLP. VOL. IX. J ACKSON. MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 190(. M). 18 Lap Robes and Horse Blankets a fine assortment. Come at once. D. KLEIN. .rsvrwmtz 1 5 a 5 5 d-reranr j LOCALS i Wheat 80M to-day. v The ladies of the W. C. T. U. will give ti 15c lunch at the residence of Mrs. A. It. Hyrd next Monday, the 19th, from 5 to 9 o'clock. Mrs. R. T. Henderson ia still improving. VV. J. Roberts of Oak Ridge was in Jackson Monday. Wagon harness for $10 atC. H. Wolter's. Go see them. Judge B. F. Davis is visiting in Philadelphia for a few weeks. O. C. llasslinger has sold his house and lot to Mrs. Ringer. Let our contestants remember that it ia the new subscribers that count. Judge J. H. Miller attended the common pleas court at the Cape last week. C. H. Daues, Edw. D. Hays and Sheriff Gockel attended court , , at the Cape last week. The fastest way to get votes is to get new subscribers. You get 600 votes for each. A. C. Ford is grading and fill ing his lot in front of his resi dence in v est Jackson. Miss Maude Abernathy of the Cape was visiting in this city ovei1 Sunday. Plow gears and collars of all kinds at C. H. Wolter's. Call and get price. Mrs. Henry Fenimore has mov ed into her new residence in West Jackson, i The bt rod moat rtyliah turn r 4ture at Schmuke 4 Bartels. Abk for coupons. Big bargains in buggies at C. H. Wolter'B. Styles the latest nd prices the lowest. Buy your harness and buggies from C. H. Wolter. We give vot ing coupons. C. D. Bedwell and Richard Tviechoff of Appleton, have pur chased the Wilkinson mill. Any reader suffering with piles should road Dr. M. Ney Smith's ad In this Ibhuc. It will pay you. A. F. Williams, photographer, et fr . ' k. 4. vx e, dozen of the best photos. Born, to Earl Hurst and wife on the 11th inst., an 8-pound girl. Mother and baby are doing well. For Timothy, Red Top, Or chard Grass. Blue Grass, Red Clover, Alfalfa, Clover and ev erything else for spring sowing, call on McAtee. If you want to get all the news of the Herald you must read the entire paper. Two of the inside pages are home pages. Read the whole paper. Indigestion is much of a habit. Don't get the habit. Take a lit tle Kodol Dyspepsia Cure after eating and you will quit belching, puffing, palpitating and frown ing. Kodol digests what you eat and makes the stomach sweet. Sold by W. A. Trickey, druggist. When you want to buy furni ture of any kind trade with Schmuke & Bartels at Jackson, and ask for voting coupons. They give 50 coupons with each dollar purchased. Don't frown look pleasant. If you are suffering from indiges tion or sour stomach, take Kodol f Dyspepsia Cure. Hon. Jake ' Moore, of Atlanta, Ga., Buys: "I suffered more than 20 years with indigestion. A friend recom 4 mended Kodol. It relieved mo in one day and 1 now enjoy better health than for many years." Kodol digests what you oat, re liaves sour stomach, gas n stom ach, belching, etc. Sold by W. A. Trickey, druggist. To the Girl. The piano we will give away will be good one. Not u com mon one, but one that has taken World's Fair prizes. Notice our advertisement in full and read the rules many times. It will be so hard to make the start, and so easy to get the sub' scriptions after you start. This contest will run until some time in May and everybody has a chanceto win a prize. Notice where merchants' tickets are to be had, and get your friends to save their tickets for you. There will be several prizes given and if yours is only the least one you will be repaid for your efforts. Tell them that the Herald is the best paper in this county. We will make your word good, as we have been doing for some time. We will send you as many sample copies as you order each week. See our list of judges at bottom of piano ad. The Piano Contest we have in augurated is confined solely to this county, and some girl in this county will get a fine piano and a number of other girls will get other valuable prizes, and all the girls who take part will get an ex perience that will do them good. So throw aside false pride and get to work. Come in or write for instructions of anything you don't understand. The prizes will be given in the order of their value. For in stance, the girl getting the great est number of votes will get the piano; the, girl getting second highunt the 5ne diamond ring, etc. You should write us or call in at least once a week so that we may begin sending the paper to the subscribers. Bring in your photo and we will publish it in its order so that your friends may know that you are in the race. '''Write all your friends at a dis tance and tell them to help you out by subscribing for the Her ald. We would like for all of the con testants to come to the Herald office the first opportunity, and we will explain the contest matter so you can work to the best advan tage. 5-10 Mrs. R. M. Sawyer and son, Lacy, went to Sikeston Saturday to visit Dr. D. E. Sawyer of that place. Prof. T. E. Joyce of Frederick town, passed through Jackson last Saturday on his way home at the Cape. Buy your next vehicle from C. H. Wolter. He has the best as sortment, the lowest prices and best guarantee. Mn. Frank Whetstineof Jack son, went to the Capo Sunday to meet her husband who comes from Oklahoma. Hunter Hyrd and wife and Man Byrd and wife of St. Louis, spent a few days in Jackson last week, returning to the city Sunday. llasslinger, the jeweler, will give coupons on the Herald Pi ano contest on all repair work, but you must ask for them. Remember those who have not entered the contest, and notified us in person or writing will have their names dropped after the 22nd.' Major Macom of Jefferson Bar racks inspected company F of this city Monday night ami the! company passed inspection in I fine shape. j Those contestants who get no I increase in their vote by Wednes-1 day, March 21st, will be dropped j from the list. We only want those j who will work or have friends I who will work. I Bulk and package garden seeds a specialty at McAfee's. Win. B. SchaeferisinSt. Louis this week buying goods. Come and select your street hats before they are picked over at Morgan d: Ranney's. Trade where your dollar goes farthest that is where you get free voting coupons.' Dr. J. D. Porterfield, Jr., was in Jackson last Saturday. For Northern seed potatoes and stock peas of all varieties go to McAtee. Robt. Reid is building a new house on his lot in North Jack son. Remember all voting in the contest is done at the Herald of fice and is done by ballot. Only six more days till the Gold watch is awarded. Votes to count on this prize must be voted by 5 o'clock next Wednesday evening. Call on McAtee for Fancy Northern black oats, black mix oats, white and good home raised oats. The members of the Literary society are doing excellent work, and the Friday afternoon debates are both entertaining and instruc tive. Charley Vinyard is moving a house for Louis Bingenheimer of West Jackson. Mr. Bingenheimer will build an 8-room house where the old one stood. See C. H. Wolter's line of 1906 buggies, road wagons and.sur ries before you buy. They are daisies and the prices are right. The china painting class at the J. M; AvJs doing Borne beautiful work.' "A collection of this -work will be placed on exhi bition at the closet of school. Each contestant should have her friends trade at the places in Jackson where Herald contest votes are given away. ' The base ball club are actively engaged in . rehearsals on the beautiful drama, "Because I Love You," which they will give very soon for the benefit of the club. Don't fail to read Dr. M. Ney Smith, the specialist's cne column advertise ment in this issue, it will pay anyone man or woman who Is afflicted with pilea, flHtula, Assure or any disease of the rectum. Let us urge our contestants with the fact that they must im press upon the minds of their friends that they must ask for voting coupons at the places where they are given away. If you are troubled with Piles and can't find a cure, try Witch Hazel Salve, but be sure you get that made by E. C. DeWitt & Co., Chicago. It is the original. If you have used Witch Hazel Salve without being relieved it is prob able that you have got hold of one of the many worthless coun terfeits that are sold on the repu tation of the genuine DeWitt's Witch hazel salve. Sold by W. A. Trickey, druggist. Girls, when your friends buy a set of harness, a buggy, a whip, or anything in the harness line from C. H. Wolter, have them ask for voting coupons. Wolter has these coupons and he is glad to give them away. One would think the Laxative idea in a cough syrup should have been advanced long before it was. It seems the only ration al remedy for coughs and colds would be to move the bowels and clean the mucous membranes of the throat and lungs at the same time. Kennedy's Laxative Hon ey and Tar doeH this. It is the Original Laxative Cough Syrup, the best known remedy for coughs, colds, croup, whooping cough, etc. Tastes good and harmless. Sold by W. A. Trick ey, druggist. WK are. constantly putting in new goods in ouri show window whi'h are heing sold at j AUCTION To' make it plain, you make your own price and if no one else bids move at the end of one week, the ar ticle is yours ait Your Own Price You will see that this is a I chance to buv some choice goods at very low prices. Come and make your hid. G. C. HASSLINGER. O. S. Reid has moved from Oak Ridge to Jackson. ' Morgan & Ranney have re turned from St. Liuis and have a full line of millinery goods to show our people. They invite you to call. Miss Wagner and Miss Barrin ger, graduates of the department of Fine Arts in this year's class, will, assisted by Col. Birming ham, give a delightful recital at Dexter early in April. The string orchestra, composed of eight young men from Caruth- rsville, are making splendid pro-1 gress under the able direction of Iisa Virginia Atkins, and will be ready for public performance in the near future. A severe cold that may develop into pneumonia over night, can be cured quickly by taking Foley's Honey and Tar. It will cure the moat obstinate racking cough and strengthen your lungs The gen uine is in a yellow package. For sale .by. W. A. Trickey. The elegant Gold watch which some lady will get March 22nd. reached us from Kansas City last week. We have placed it on ex hibition in Jeweler Hasslinger's window. Come in and see it and then see if you can win it.. The best safeguard against headache, constipation and liver troubles is DeWitt's Little Early Risers, keep a bottle of these famous little pills in the house and take a dose at bedtime when you feel that the stomach and bowels need cleansing. They don't gripe. Sold by W. A. Trick ey, druggist. While some of the contestants aro getting down to work in earn est the others should do the same, for the one who works the most has the best chance of winning the grand prize The Hamilton Piano. Go after your friends and got them to work too. The best way to rid the system of a cold is to evacuate the bow els. Kennedy's Laxative Honey and Tur acts as a pleasant, yet effectual cathartic on the bowels. It clears the head, cuts the phlegm out of the throat, strength ens the bronchial tubes, relieves coughs, colds, croup, whooping cough, etc. Sold by W. A. Trick ey, druggist. The mass meeting at the court j house to discuss the water and' light plant of Jackson was well! attended. The matter was thor-' 'oughly' discussed. A resolution1 was passed unanimously that the' people by ballot at the April elec-1 tion vote on the location of the power house whether on the eastj side or west side of town, and' then leave it to the council to se- I leet the particular place. An other mass meeting was set for Monday night March 26th. Fifty Years iha Standard v C1EAM mmm A Cream of Tartar Powder Made From Grapeo No Alum Mayor Edw. D. Hays went to St. Louis, Tuesday. Dr. C. V. Alsop has returned from a visit in the south. John Sachse has a lay off for a month. This is tho first time John has taken a rest in thirteen years. Silas Lail, a Jackson boy is writing Insurance for the Metro politan Life Insurance Co. of New York, with headquarters in St. Louis. Mr. James Copoland of St. Louis, who has attended the Christian Brothers College in St. uouis for the past three years, . Jaokson cemetery yesterday, entered the J.M. A. last week, j Contractor Kiefner of Perry. Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup is a ville.was in Jackson yesterday pew remedy, an improvement on He put in a bid to build the $40, the laxatives of former years, as 000 hotel at Schumer Springs. it does not gripe or nauseate and is pleasant to take. It is guar anteed. For sale by W. A. Trick ey. The date of closing of , Miller ville High School will be Thurs- J.. .1 t.: . .. xi i an i! I Bnai , ..,.u u. Ou000y , iiiurounjr, aa lurmeny announc ed. Commencement program will be as announced, Thursday, 22nd, but primary room will be Friday, 23rd. We are sorry to learn that Will Kirksey, son of our fellow towns man M. P. Kirksey, got his leg broken in a railroad wreck near San Francisco a few days ago and is now confined in a hospital at that place. He is doing as well as can be expected under the circumstances. Our contestants must bear in mind that the only way to in crease their vote is to work. Get new subscribers, they are what count. Tell your friends to come to Jackson and trade with the Stores giving voting coupons, and have them ask for the coupons and give them to you. Miss Myrtle Proffer closed a very successful school at White water last week, and Miss Sophia Kinder also finished a successful term at Hog creek in Bulingen. o n . . , , T, ,. , .. to see our imported French pat- county. Both of these young la-te 1 dies are contestants in our Popu- j lar Girl Contest, and are doing Miss ()woa ave h,M' m,itaI mod work, and their friond Tuesday evening instead of Mon- HiRndintr ritrht hv t.hpm. o r tf Jackson was divided into four wards by our city council last week. The wards are bounded by Main and High streets. 1st ward is all east of High street and south of Main street; 2nd ward lies west of High street and south of Main; 3rd ward lies north of Main street and west of High ; 4th ward lies north of Main and east of High streets. There is one alderman to be elected in the 1st and 2nd wards, and two in each of the 3rd and 4th wards. Carl Wallace made a business trip to St. Louis last Friday. F. S. Portia of the Whitewater Times was in Jackson yesterday. The weather man promised us a cold wave and it came on time. Some important matter crowded out this week, but will appear next. Apply at Morgan A Ranney's for apprenticeship. They take special interest in those wanting to learn. Died, near Jackson, Monday, nton Brugger, aged about 70 years. He was buried in the The English Berkshire pur chased by Messrs. W. C. Hope and A. B. Bailey is a fine sow instead of a boar, as we stated last week. W. 8. Samuel carries the noted Henry Bosch Co.'s samples of wallpaper and is prepared to give you all kind- of paper and prices See him if you want good work. 4-18 The L. T. L. social at Mrs. Wash Gladish's Tuesday night was well attended. Light refresh ments were served and the boys and girls had a very enjoyable time. Collector C. L. Grant tella us that he collected fi8. per cent of the taxes of this county last year. That certainly is a good record, business being dull and crops almost a failure. 85.00 Reward Wanted, Mili tary Bounty Land warrants. Will pay S5 for telling me who has one whether I buy or not. Dealers excepted. R. K. Kelley, Kansas City, Mo. Morgan it Ranney will have their annual spring opening March 23 and 24. This opening will be even more successful than the previous onesnas we have a ay Owing to a .wreck on the main line of the Iron Mountain, she did not pmifh hni'u fm. ... ...... ... 0 V O . . . au.T Owen is a fine elocutionist. She was greeted with a good audience considering the inclement weath er. Miss Owen portrays her characters well in her selections. In her rendition of the Old Mam my putting to sleep the little whito baby, one could almost see the old negro woman as she bent over the little one getting it to sleep. The recital was enjoyed by all who attended.