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BY JACKSON HERALD CO. R. F. LtTSK....riefldoiit and Kdltor Official Organ 01 Cape Girardeau County Court For oneycur fl.iW 8limnnlli .. Vi "Ingle i-iipli " & AdTvrtloInK lltiti'n: Lncnl li rent prr llncrx'h Inwrtlon. PniirMlunnli-ard. (Vim prrji-nr. I.riral dYpMI-enielito-lIl rittr IXnpUy ml rntr f Ivrn on pplli'atlxn Jackson. mo..july i. hkw. If vnn wont, tn bm n pprh-twi! on top of the ground, comelto The Herald office and we will Bhow you around. There is one Republican, Eu gene Edgar, announced forjudge in the 21st Judicial Circuit. A little early, but he wants to have plenty of time. Dave Ball ia still a thorn in the side of the Old Guard Dem ocracy. He believes that the honest people want him to be governor, and he will not be sidetracked by the politicians. The Legislature did not change the senatorial primary election law. hence the voters will again be confronted with the difficult task of voting for senator on the same ballot as for state and county officers. S. T. Gresham was last week appointed by Governor Hadley as superintendent of the Build ing and Loan Association, vice W. L. Watkins. a distinguished Democrat who promptly retired when his term of office expired. II. E. Alexander and Senator Thomas Lane have formed a law partnership and will do business at the Cape. These two gentle men are both well known over Southeast Missouri and will no doubt build up a good law prac tice. -r In taking up the matter of run ning a newspaper, we never ex pected to please everybody. We aim to do as near right as we know how, to publish what we think should be published; if we please, all right, and .if not, we can't help it. A general cleaning up in our alleys and yards back of our bus iness houses would be conducive to health. We call attention to the alley next the Herald office. The Home-Comers will not be favorably impressed with the ap pearance of this alley, yet "what are you going to do about it?" About this time next year the candidates will be sweating un der campaign anxiety and will pay no attention to the ther mometer. The campaign of 1910 will be a hot one. Republican candidates will be plentiful, and the Democratic candidates will be sufficient to make it interest ing. Jackson is all right when it comes to voting for public im provements. We carried the water and light proposition in a whiz, the building of the new court house with a vim, and now we carry the proposition to in crease our school facilities out of sight. We believe that if we could vote on a new hotel build ing in Jackson we could carry that. The Home-Coming Assosocia tion want all their old friends to come to Jackson in August, and we see where they are right. It is well to remember the home at least once a year. But say! Cork Alley, between the Herald office and the main business houses in Jackson, should receive attention before the people come home. Now, don't anybody get offended at this; we are making these remarks in the very best of humor, and if you do not like them, go to work on the alley. Of course, it is nothing to us, only we woul like for the visitors to see a clean town. - The proposition to bond the ' city for SG.000 to purchase and put in order the J. M. A. prop- erty for high school purposes I,, p. Klostermann. Mr. Klos catried by a vote of 315 for andtermann was our friend one 18 against just 17j to 1. The Cape Progress was a nou Bv .mnor laaf ivclr mmo out on time, and was full of good ads. We are not so sure that the Cape Girardeau News will give any better paper than the progress man. Beautifully Remtmbcrtd. On Monday evening, the Sun day school class of Col. T. W. Birmingham, called the Golden Rule Class, of the M. E. Church, South, met at the church and went in a body to the College, where they presented Colonel Birmingham with a beautiful fountain pen, and, in a most fit ting little speech, Rev. M. T. Haw told, as he presented it, the great regret the class feels at being obliged to part with Colonel Birmingham. Colonel Birmingham has been in charge of this class for the past seven years, and it has grown till it now has seme fifty members, and much good has been accom plished through its efforts. Colonel Birmingham leaves this week for his home in Ohio, and will immediately go from there to New York City, where he will study in the summer, preparatory to his work in the fall and winter. Live Stock Report. National Stock Yards. II!.. June 28. Cattle receipts 8300, about 75 per cent Texas. All other mar kets had liberal receipts and medium natives declined in sym pathy with the sharp break in values in the Southern Division. Handy-weight steers on the yearling order that were good fat sold about steady. Other kinds 10 to 15 cents lower than the close of last week, excepting medium grass heifers which sold fully 25 cents lower than last Thursday. Nothing prime here today. Outlook steady on good cattle, weak on others. Hog receipts 5000; market 5 to 10 cents higher. Tops here $8.25 against $8.13 at Chicago. Good heavy hogs sold at $7.90 to $8.25; mixed and butchers $7.75 to $7.90; mixed packers $7.G5 to $7.90. Good pigs $6.75 to $7.10; light pigs $5.00 to $0.50. We advise shipping all good killing hogs. This kind of a market cannot hold up much longer. Sheep receipts 3000; market 15 to 25 cents lower. Top lambs $8.35, bulk of the good ones $7.50 to $8; top sheep $5. and all the good ones sold between $4.75 and that price. Prospects about steady in the sheep trade. Nat. Live Stock Com. Co. The Schumer Springs Sanitarium This well-kuown resort is now open for ALL YEAR AROUND. the Thy water of these Springs especially recommended is for Kidney and Bladder af fections. It cures chronic Malaria and Rheumatism in all its forms, as ni any who have. been cured of these diseases will testify. Dr. R. T. Henderson of Jackson, Mo., is in charge with competent assistants. For further information ...Address him at... Schumer Springs, PERRY COUNTY, MO. Judge Klostermann Dead I 11VII, ilk ma IIUIIIU in liiu virtue .yesterday about 9 a. m.. Judge that we have known over thirty- He was one of Cape I iraraeau s Desi ousiness men, a member of the Episcopal church, and in politics a Repub lican. He was Representative of this county one term, associ ate judge of the county court one term, and an active, pro gressive citizen. The city of Cape Girardeau will misa him. He leaves a wife, one son and one daughter to mourn his death. Mr. Klostermann was about 75 years old. A good man is gone, and we are again reminded that death is sure and we should all prepare to meet it We extend our sympathy to the bereaved family. Gwlnt t'Organlxt. Those interested in the organ ization of the Stock Show and Sale Association in this county are called to meet at the Court House in Jackson Saturday, July 10, at 2 p. m. . Tortured On a Horse. "For ten years I couldn't ride a horse without being in torture from piles, writes L. S. Na pier, of Reeless. Kv. "When all doctors and other remedies fail ed, Hucklen's Arnica Salve cured me." Infallible for Piles. Burns. Scalds, Cuts. Boils. Fever Sores. Eczema, Salt Rheum, Corns. 2oc. Guaranteed by all druggists. Encampment at Nevada. Five regiments of infantry, i two lotteries of artillery. Signal Corps. Engineer Corps and Hos-J mini f.iMi mrmiMei mr tri Vn 1 tional Guard of Missouri, will go into camp at Nevada, Mo., on ihe 17th of July, and the offi cers and men are looking for ward to the most successful camp ever held. Over $200,000 has been spent by the Government in getting the reservation in readiness, and it is reported as being one of the finest in the United States. Company P of Jackson, which has held the State medal for two years, is making all arrange ments to bring it back to Jack son again. A few more men will be recruited to give it full strength. Those desiring to en list will rejort at the Armory Monday, Wednesday and Friday evenings. Life 100,000 Years Ago. Scientists have found in a cave in Switzerland bones of men who lived 100,000 years ago, when life was in constant dan ger from wild beasts. Today the danger, as shown by A. W. Brown of Alexander. Me., is largely from deadly disease. "If it had not been for Dr. King's New Discovery, which cured me, I could not have lived," he writes, "suffering as I did from a severe lung trouble and stub born cough." To cure Sore Lungs, Colds, obstinate Coughs, and prevent Pneumonia, it's the best medicine on earth. 50c and $1.00. Guaranteed by all drug gists. Trial bottle free. McCALL PATTERNS Celebrated lor style, perfect fit, simplicity and reliability nearly 40 years. 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Loans and Discounts and Bonds Overdrafts r Real Estate Furniture and Fixtures Cash and Exchange LIABILITIES. Capital Surplus Undivided Profits Deposits $492 809.25 Attention is called to the excellent condition of this Bank as shown by the above Statement. Your business solicited, appreciated, protected. ED. HOWARD, Cashier. OOOOOCOO3OOO0O00000O oocoooooooooooooooo Central College Items. The following pupils have been placet! from Central Business College, Sedalia. Mo., the past week. Miss Ida Stewart, stenogra pher. White Collection Agency, Sedalia. J. H. King, traveling for wholesale grocery company, headquarters at Bismark, Mo. M. F. Waters, a $C5 position with the St. Louis and San Fran cisco railway, Neodesha. Kans. Miss Emma Reynolds, stenog rapher, Omaha, Neb. Miss Jennie Davenport, sten ograpehr, Fort Worth, Tex. J. F. Reinhart, bookkeeper and stenographer, St Louis. Miss L. E. Enos, stenograph er, St. Louis. Miss Florence Clark has taken expert stenogarpher's position in Dallas, Texas, salary $125 per month. Miss Marion Thomas, stenog rapher, St. Louis. John Kem. bookkeeper, Ar mour Packing Co., Chicago, $75 per month J. Lee Smith, stenographer. and bookkeeper, New Orleans, ' $70 per month. Several others whose names we do not recall were placed in goou positions. iL ntrai f '"f8 j?"?fe kf vne reputation ui K'auui,u"B UIC most thorough and pratical sten ographers and bookkeepers of any college in the West. This partly comes from the fact that it gives twice as many hours practice on the typewriter and study and practice in rapid, ac curate accounting per week as does any other business college in the United States. Another feature that Central Business College rigidly adheres to is that it employs business men who have successfully held very re sponsible positions at high sal aries with large firms, where they learned business systemat ically in the subjects they are teaching in this institution. Ninety-nine business colleges out of a hundredemploy teachers who have graduated from the , . , . . uu s scnooi ana nave never neiu pusi- tions, and as a consequence they teach the pupil theory, not busi ness. One cannot teach what he does not know himself. Experi enced business men who can step into actual business posi tions, at any time, at from $100 Jaa23. 1909. to $130 per month cost too much for the average business college. Central Business College be lieves in giving the best advan tages possible, regardless of ex pense, believing that a dicsern ing public will recognize the difference between schools that give first-class advantages and those who do not. Business men in the larger cities and all over the countyr are recognizing this fact in sending to Central Busi ness College for their help. As many as five C. B. C. pupils have been employed in one office, and every one has given first-class satisfaction, none of them starting at less than $10 per month. "This institution delivers the goods." Try no experiments, but enroll in Central Business College, Sedalia, Mo. The official training school of the M. .K and T. railway is un der the same management, and will train you for a first-class position on the railroad in the shortest possible time in which it is possible. We train our pu- p j u iiikiiwi. pobuiunB. ii :i , il. u:i i i : te I ' c "" caused from the lack of applica tion on their part. Write to the school for free cataogue ! THE WORLDS 6REATEST SEWINB MACHINE V L1GHT RUNNING A If von want ellhrra Vibrating Rhnttl. Ritnry auuuieor m movie i nnw fiaiiaiU47ij Bvwtuc Uitcbln write to i TH! niw home sewiri machini company ornu. M.)rMwln(RI,:hiM.rem.d.toMiir.riie quallir, but ih. Maw 1. mad. lo weu. Our ,urmntr n.vw ran. out Hold by Mibortacd dealmra mly. tOtl MLS (T 1RUEMNG & KERSTNER Dry G:ods Co. Jackson, - Missouri. t $353,761.48 994.84 10,000.00 2,000.00 126,052.93 $492,809.25 $ 50,000.00 50 000.00 7,450.00 385,358.82 ; s ) o () o o o 8 O o o o o 6 PER GT. MONEY. I have a client who desires to place money n Southeast Missouri and Southern Illi nois, at 5 per cent in large sums and ( per cent in small er, on well-improved farms with clear titles. Write or call on ORREN WILSON. Attorney-at-Law. Suit 205, Second Floor Har rison & Himmelberger Bldg., Broadway, Cape Girardeau, Mo. Gem City Business College QUINCY. ILL. Annnsl attnrtanco Itoo. ta ttwlinr, BtiKicnu fnm malum r of stairs. Oocu Good plra Itsown $j0,oue Biteclally da DAeUlAna await oar erraduatoa. Thor- ml . 1 v writ In sr. ltfiuk kiln v. Ac. oueo murra In Short tual iiasinoM l'ruAlroa iDmnlT)p and Muthrnmtlrs. 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