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IT JACKSON HERALD CO. B. F. LUSK... President and Editor KMrrrc m th iumtnttlrr m Jarkaon, Mo. as svcoiill--lM DiHtM-r NiiTotntMT 4. 1)47, For one ymt . 81s month.. .. Pknule-optr AdvprtlMnK UiitPt; Lornls lx rrnt pvr ilBemi'h Insertion. rnfe!Mliinali'rds..M prrjrmr. I.osrI ariifcrtlM-montu IvkuI ratr Display ml rsli-a siren on application JACKSON. MO.. Miin-Ji IT. MO. ANNOUNCEMENTS. KATKS: 1'. S. Senator, V0: Con l!reMinii, Circuit J urine 1V. State Senator. lu. All county oilieers. f&. Payable In advance. W- urr authorised to announce U. K. nuns s n onmlldnte for re-election t the nlHce o( Krconler of Pced of Oipe Olrnr dru futility. sul'Ject to the liepuhllcan rrlnmry Auiturt 2, Into. We iiiillinrlseil to nnnouuee J. r'. 'AI.I WKI I. ciiiiillilnte foT fount y Collector, utilic t In the lti pul'lM n primary. Auirn.t 2, IV1. Wherever it is possible, Re publicans will see that honesty in elections is carried out. The campaign of 1910 is on Republicans must insist Democrats be defeated, work to that end. i..! . r ,i ,.t m the language of another. I am , an Irishman and proud of it. I; am a so an American citizen and j ifi,ot am proud of that. ! The Republicans of Southeast! Missouri started the ball rolling! in the 14th District, and the in-! iiiim isL'i. iuoivn -" dications are that this will be a 1 went througn some of the agri Republican year for the 14th. cultural parts of Southeast Mis- " " ' souri. rounding up at the Cape, Don t forget that the primary election law fur United States senator was mr.de to confuse. The Democrats passed the law, and the Democrats prevented any improvements on it in the General Assembly in IWX County Clerk Fred Goytrt and Probate Judge Edw. D. Hays will each stand for re-election. Each has made as good a record in office as anyone could expect, and will be honored by the Re-; ... . . . i publican pnm&rj w un a seconu , terni . , j Charleston is going to have a Y. M. C. A. building. Cape Gi rardeau is also working for such a building. Jackson can have arA shnuld have a Y. M. C. A. I building. Why not get busy and see what we can do on this prop osition? No town in Southeast Missouri should be allowed to go ahead of Jackson. ... - P M Sauivnr wo hoar WllliO J , " ' I ..... be a candidate for prosecuting attorney on the Republican tick et this year. Mr. Sawyer is a j cnorl man and a eood lawyer. I and he deserves something at Several trainmen are said to be the hands of the Republican implicated in the shooting. E. rartv. Should he submit his'W. Seagrave. a brakeman. was name to the voters his case will j - I certainly receive favorable con-. siilor.ntinn. 1 r- ' A very carefully-prepared and neatly-priiu.-d illustrated num-j ber of the Osceola (Ark. ) Times j reached our desk this week. Wei notice in its announcement col-j umnthe name of S. L. G!adish as a candidate for county and urobate iudge. Mr. Gladish is! a on of Wash Gladish of this city, is a fine young man and a good lawyer, and The Herald WlsllCS success in ins inn-. When a Cape paper or any other paper accuses our present county court, or any previous county court of this county, be' it Democratic or Kei uolican, 01 misappropriating funds or of squandering the people's money, it is making an accusation it cannot establish. No county in Missouri has had such careful officials or such business-like county courts as Cape Girardeau county. Every dollar of every fund has been properly account ed for, and it is folly and puerile for a newspaper to make a charge of "being reckless with the people's money". The Republicans will elect full county ticket this year. Republicans have kept their platform pledges. The revision of the tariff was promised, and this has been done. An announcement in The Her ald will reach every Republican in the county, and a five-dollar "William" is what it costs you Remember, the Herald Circu lation Campaign is now on for the next sixty days. During that time we expect to reach the 3.000 mark. The present County Court is composed of good business men; men whom the people of the county know; men who were born and raised here, and who have the county's interest at heart. The taxpayers know them, and it is useless for a spasm paper to try to prejudice the people against them. In the matter of letting the county printing, the court did as it has always done, let the printing to the lowest bidder. The Cape paper prints the county work for $73.00, and this is satisfac tory to us. We are glad the Cape editors are financially able to donate the printing to the i county; we couiu iiui no u. , Tungstens wectric Lamps, l unpens. an Carbons, at Druening & Kerstner Dry Goods Co. - Governor Hadley was in Ken- nett Monday. From there he .. i i ...... i whm he madtf a sm.ec), to tlie Southeast Missouri Club List night. Republican Stubborn as Mu1e3. i 'i'.'.T nru! lnvo! snim-tinu-; .ni t" l'.i'.k with. -lit o;aio. Then .. re' tn'iiliic I.n.i of Appetite !v .-V-i-i. -:i .!'.. Xi rvi ti:.s, IVspun- ! -y. M :h!:ic!;c. lint Mich troulilc. fly l.if.rc lr. Kind's New Life ril!-. t! r- win-id's lie Stomach and I.ivcr rrtnedv. So rav JjC at all .imp -t. clarence L Grant our t.ffic jent ! county collector, made the fol-: lowing total collections for this, Of course, the boats will like year: Taxes and Licenses. $131.-do wme good work till winter 874.55; Railroad and Telephone comes, then must quit again. Companies. $16,178.00; Backj I have been from the Lakes to Taxes. $7,533.78; total. $155,- the Gulf. I came from Chicago j58 - 33 Now is the time to look for vfiiir Kpib Snrino- Clnthps. You jwjllfind the Iatest novelties in designs and fabrics at Hein- i . , - ' B- : Near Neely's Landing one day , last week a negro named Mc-j Donald was shot at several tiroes. , ... .i r " the last to be arresicu. on tion- day. He waived preliminary hearing anu gave loud for his , 'appearance at circuit court j . W. L. DOUCLAS S3.00,3.50,4.00 & 5.00 SHOES Best in the World UNION MADE Boys' Shoes $2.00 and $2.50 fast Color iye'.ctt Uttd W. L Douglas thoei r tiia lowest pries, quality considered, in the world. Their excellent style, easy fitting and long wearing qualities excel those of other makes. If you have been paying high prices for your shoes, the next time you need a pair give W. L. Douglas shoes a trial. You can save money on your footwear and get shoes that are just as good in every way as those that have been costing you higher prices. If you could visit our large factories at Brockton, Mass., and see for yourself how carefully W. U Douglas shoes are made, you would then understand why they hold their shape, fit better and wear longer than other makes, f '. rl'M' W. M IiiiiikIm name And pri Is miuiiimmI on i lie twillom to prulect Hie w.hiit ttitumitl l.'Uh iriiP 4ImI Inferior shoes. Take NoMmWI. ui. 11W.L liiiuuliii KliiMUftre nut loi mil-in yi'Ur .,-i:illJ, Willi lur Mil Urdu Cnulotf. W.L.IouuUu, JJck.uu..M,.yoR ,ALI. BT f BRUEN1HG & KERSTNER D. G. CO. map Can be had at TRICKEY & FORD'S, Jackson, Mo. Steamboat Days. Here are a few more items of a haphazard nature. . rmen up twice and punk twjc(? 'all on the Mississippi and Mis- , souri rivers. ' Now. talk is cheap, but it ! takes cash to build bridges and dK "vers. I think it a good! : idea to pull snags and do proper I hat'ii hnon l iitt'n nil nnco v KJi IV W ivi. i'rtir? 1 1 viiu iat ins It has always been a .stingy plan , in regard to river improvement, j more so since Mr. Railroad got ; into the swim -got in to stay.' Stoamboating has done come and in a great measure gon Mr. Railroad don't hunt winter tjuar ters and lie idle i'our or five months of the year, but keeps on the move all the year round. I don't think Chicago wants a 1-1-foot channel from the Great i Lakes to the Gulf. I believe she I has a double-track road clear to New Orleans. I don't see where there is any prospect for a boom for water- ways. ; to LaSalle. the foot of the canal. and came down the canal on a canal packet. There were two lines, carrying mail and passen gers. They were run by horses on the old stage-coach plan, four horses changed every eight or ten miles. The horses didn't do any walking. but went on the run and it didnt take om? At T.cn t tnnu Sfpami)at for St. Louis. When Mr. Railroad got there he stormed that mode of travel- j j nevcr see any canaj neW8 d iad 01, inditlererit. It was ,iviv iit4l. v..5lf(iP.o a lively little waterway when I 'came down it in 18-"0, in lS-u. What i about the Henepin canal? ! C. BROWN, Jackson, Mo., March 7. An Awful Eruption. !m' a vikano ixi-ilcs brief intcrc.-t, ' :uiil your iutfrt'st in f-kin eruptions ' will be ;is short, if yon use Bttcklcn's I Arnica Salve, their iiickest cure. Even the virt boils, ulcers, or fever sores arc soon healed by it. Best for Hums, Cuts, Bruises, Sore Lips, Chapped Hands, Chilblains and Tiles. It gives instant relief 25c at all ill up",isH. ,44rfj 60 YEARS' ""V EXPERIENCE Taint Marks .O Desions 'rfrfTl Cof vriqht 4c. Anrons sending a nkslrh snd rfpRcrlptlnn nmv aulrklr aarortaiu our ,iuiiliti fre wheltior so liiveiiitnn is prohsblf pat.Mi'iii.li.. j'iininmiilra. il,,ii,irioilTo.iMO.nilnl. HANDBOOK on I'm nils Svul Ir.-e. Olileit siioiii-r fur Kururllis pslaiilM. I'niHIIIP luauil inriiuKn ium. m I. iptiial nutlet, without cWbo, lu tbs Scientific American. A hanilionirlT HlnstrstM wsrklf. 1 srnMt Mr- ciilHtliin of any trientlDO luurnml. O'eruia, III s yrnri fuur niiiutus, (t tlulu bysll nowsdralerii. MUNN & CO 38IBro.d,. Vriuicta I'rSos. m W BU Wssblusiou. U. j GUARDIAN'S NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that on j February 14, 1910, the under- signed was appointed guardian I of the person and estate of T. j W. Short, an insane person, by i the Probate Court of Cape Gir- ardeau, County, Mo., and that j letters bearing date February 14, 1910. were issued to him. All persons having claims against said estate are requested to present them to the under signed for allowance within one year from date of said letters; and if they are not presented within two years they will be forever barred. HERMAN J. WEISS. Guardian. If yon tioe H.TNAM FADE LESS DYES and are not natia fied, we will refund your money or aive yon free enough dye to ' make your dyeing eatinfactory. Monboi Dri'o Co.,Quincy,Ill. Sinking Spells . Eevery rew Days "At the time I began taking Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy I was having sinking spells every few days. My hands and feet would get cold; I could scarcely breathe, and could feel myself gradually sinking away until I would be unconscious. Those about me could not tell there was life in me. After these spells I would be very weak and nervous, sleepless and without appetite; had neuralgia in my head and heart. After taking the remedy a short time all this disappeared and in a few weeks all the heart trouble was q-otic." MRS. 1.1ZZ1K lWIX'l KR 3d Ave. Evansville, Ind.' Fur twenty years we have been constantly receiving just such Utters as these. There is scarcely a locality in the United States where there is not some, one who can testify to the merits of this remarkably suc cessful Heart Remedy. Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy le setd by all druggists. If trie first bottle falls to benefit, your druggist will return your money. MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. ANYONE, anywhere, can start a mail order business at home. No canvassing. Be your u oj , own boss. Send for free book- let. lens now. Meacock, A 4ay7. Lockport. N. Y. William Wessell UENEHAL HEPAIKEH Of all kinds .if l-'urnlturp and I'd bolstering. Window tilasi of all sizes, Framing Pictures. Si-wing M.u-lilnes, Ironing hoards. Chair llottnniH and Backs of all kind and izo. DOWNWARD COURSE Fast Teing Realized by Jackson Feople. A little backache at first. Daily increasing till the back is lame and weak. Urinary disorders quickly fol- low ; Diabetes and finally Bricrht's disease. This is the downward course of kidney ills. Don t take this course. Follow the advice of a Jackson citizen. Getthold Rabold, Main street, Jackson, Mo., says: "1 was a victim of kidney complaint for a number of years, and my back ached most of the time. On one occasion I was laid up for sever al weeks. The kidney secretions were highly colored and too fre quent and painful in passage. I doctored and tried every modi- cine that was recommended to me, but was not benefitted. A frjw years ago I heard about Doan's Kidney Pills and began their use. They gave me prompt and effective relief, and I con tinued taking them until I was cured. I have had no return of kidney trouble since." For wile l dealers. Price .0 cents1 PoKter-Mlilmurn Co., IlufTulo, New York, M)l' agent" for the I'nlted States. Ki niembcr tlic name - lean's and take no other. f MAAAAAj 1 1 WwwWWwwl wwww Www Ww w w , o THE I) jl Peoples National Bank, ! O 'Jackson Missouri ( Solicits the business of all business men, fanners and others in this vicinity those who borrow and those who do not. Both elasses aro welcome to transact busin ess with have good facilities for serv ing both. As borrowers wo seek only such as will use our money safely, as we tise theirs, and will be prepared to return it at the proper time, as we are sure to re turn theirs. H e pa 'n 4 interest William B. Schaefer, Pres. Leon Clippard, O OOOO OOOO coco DON'T SUFFER ANY LONGER Kroni lrl Sores (no matter of wlml. orlirln). WomnU, Bruises, Hums. S itlds. Sunburn. r ls-Hiirf of tln N iiiple, Sore Kyt-s, Bolls, Clili-km I'ox. I'llt's. ('Implied llaiiils and Lips. Chafes, t'utnrrli. Ivy PolsoiiiiiL'. KryiipehiM, Roiin-fi-lnn, Ciirluiiirli1, lils'ntr. Bo"" salivation. Tetter'. In(lrull, ('dingers, Ke.i'ina. Ncroftila I' Ix-r's I teli. or nny other nkln dl.seRHo. ANTIPYEMIA SALVE Is tin- U-st In tbe world for any of the above ullnicnts. 1'rli ti veiy low-ONLY 25C h Iimx. If yourdriiifriHt enn't mipply. w !tt LEBANON CHEMICAL CO., Campbell, Mo. i-ih-1 .i:itf y a id a lx will Ih si-iit to you postpaid. II DR. G. S. HENDERSON Resident Dentist. okku k on bout h High street o-'r (tpe CountySavltijrfi llank, Jackson, lir, ,,. "nt,I1P. ,-, . -esi oence, i.a Dr. C. V. ALSOP Resident Dentist Off!.' Dfiittntry Practiced in All Itn lirancliPB. Ofliee phoiiH 17; Ki-nldt'tice 7 AniiPMliptics for the painleH ex traction of ti'etli lined if desired (and free of charge). Examina tion and eoiiHultatiun free. All the work i done, in tny office; none of II t fcent away. Satmfac tlon irua.-iinteed. P.i'ff l"lices cheerfully plven. JACKSON. MISSOURI. S. T. DALEY. Located at Whctstint-'a Machine Shop, east side of rmlillc square. PLUMBING & PIPE FITTING Special attention to guttering and tin work. ABSTRACTER: PRESERVE YOUR TITLE DEEDS. And when you are in need of an Abstract of Title, order from me. You need the Deed to make the property you are buying yours; you need the Abstract to be sure that you are getting it. All orders placed with me will receive prompt attention. Phone No. 100. SAM VANDIVORT. JACKSON. MO. ftodol Dyspepsia Cure Digoat what you eat US, HS WO o o 0 u o 0 0 on time (Ifjtonits." William Paar, Cashier. Asst. Cashier. coco ooco occo o Prof. L Mill 5 S. T. MAGNETIC HEALER !l nr.iforl in M 1 1 m h c boro, III., for Past Ten Years. Treats all diseases successfully without the use of the surgeon's knife or medicine. Female diseases of all kinds, and Appendicitis, will be guar anteed when treated at my of fice, and money refunded in case of a failure to restore to perfect health. THOSE THAT HAVE BEEN OPERATED ON EX CEPTED. If you can't come to see me, I can cure you at your home. In writing, give a complete description of case, and I will tell you what I can do. When writing, enclose stamp if reply is wanted. Address L. IIASKILL, No. 1603 Elm St., Mi'M'iiYMUoiio, III. EDW. D. HAYS Attorney at Law Notary Public OKKU'K. IN COl'ltT IIOI'NE JACKSON MISSOURI David B. Hays ATTORNEY AT LAW Jackson, Mo. Olllce: West side of Public Sciunre. Telephone 4H. K1LLTHECOUGH andCUREthc LUNGS DR.linG'S Ei7 discovery FOR VOIDS IT TWH BOTTIE Wtl ND HI THROAT AND IUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED SATSFACTORX Off MONev tntotD.