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farmer Meeting. The Cape Girardeau County Farmers and Stock-Breeders' Association will have its annual meeting for thh election of nine directors. Every member is ask ed to he present. Meeting to be at Jackson on March 2(th at one o'clock m. B. F. SIDES. Secy. Hew A. Richards, colored, hns received a telegram announcing the death i n March loth ot Rev. II. A. Anthony, at Poplar Bluff. Deceased was moderator of the Third District Baptist Associa tion (colored) of Southeast Mis souri. In his death the denom ination has lost a good man. Annual School Election. Notice is hereby given that the Annua School Election for the School District of the City of Jackson, Mo., will be held in the four different wards of said dis trict on TUESDAY, APR, 5. '10, ST. LOUIS LIVE STOCK KKT. MAR- T National Stock Yards, I National Stock Yards, III., Mar. 14. Cattle receipts 3,000. Medium butcher stuff steady; other kinds 10c higher than last week's close. Best 1 5 ! . . 1 - I .! . - ior me purpose o! eiecung iwo , stccrs today $7.S0, av. 1421 lbs. (2) Directors, to serve a term of I choice steers would Fell $7.8o to three (3) years each. AL-to, at $8.35; bulk of the good ones sell the same time and place to vote , inR $r.S5 to $7.70; medium $0.10 on a proposition to levy a tax of ' t0 $r.7."; fair killers $5.50 to $(. . Sixty -liv.3 t outs on t.xi one hun-; choice heifers $0.35 to $0.85; jdred dollars assessed valuation, bulk 0f the good ones $5.90 to for sustaining the schools for V,. 23 ; medium $5.35 to $5.85; ! said district. Tiie bonded in- fair killers $4.85 to $5.25. Choice ;dehtednes3 of the District at t.0v3 $5.85 to $(5.10: bulk of the ! present is $7,500. The term of I KOod ones $5.25 to $5.70; medi jWm.Bruening and A. P. Eehrens ; um $i.G0 ro $510; fair killers i expires. ! $4.20 to $4.50. Outlook favor- 10 Bushels More You can buy an Edison Pnon-: By order of the Board of Ldu-, able. ograph for $2 down and $1 a ' cation. wiL.&uiN uwmlk, rres. Attest: O. L. HOFFMAN, Secy. week at the McCombs furniture store, Edison Thonograph distributor. If you want a good book one that will leave you with good thoughts. see Charles Isabel. He is selling the following: "Marcus and Marian." "Har dy's Seven Days" and "Titus, a Comrade of the Cross." price ten cents each. The best painters in town use Dated March 12. 1910. Feeding Farm Hands. Everr farmer's wife knows what tre mendous appetites farm hands usually have; but while thejr eat well they work well, too. Here's a good suggestion about feed ing farm hand. Give them plenty of Quaker Oats. A big dish of Quaker Oats porridge with sugar and cream or milk la the greatest break fast In the world for a man who needs vigor and strength for a long day's work. The man that cats Quaker Oats only strictly pure paint Mound plentifully and often is the man who City Company's Horse Shoe Brand. Williams Hardware Co. If yon nse PUTS AM FADE I.KS8 DYKS n can di your own dyeing jiirt as well as IiiclcKoii.nul. Itemeiubcr al ow mi one to make a failure villi I'm n h in Fadeless Dyes. Monuok Dura Co., (Juiu'cy, 111, MARKET REPORT. Flou r. per c wt $2. f.0to3. 80 j Bran, n?r cwt 1.25 1 ShipsturT 1.30! Cornmeal, perbu Corn, Oats Potatoes, Irish (50 Lard Tallow Bacon Shoulders does good work without excessive fa tigue. There la a sustaining quality In Quaker Oats not found In other foods, and for economy It Is at the head of the list. To meet all needs, Quaker Oats Is packed In regular sice packages, large size family packages and hermetically sealed tins (for hot climate). I Hog recgipts $8,000. including 800 direct. Market 5 to 10c lower than last week'sTclose. I Heavy hogs showed greatest de- j cline. as shippers wanted only light hogs and pigs, Top $10.90 for one car ave. 273 pounds, sold by us for W. C. Hale, Audrian Co., Mo. With moderate re ceipts we look for steady to Strong market for the immediate future. Sheep market 10 to 15c high er, unly double deck clipped lambs on sale today, ave. 80 lbs, sold for $8.85. Good to choice wooled lambs would sell $9.25 to $9.50; good to choice wethers $7.50 to $; good to choice ewes $7 to 7.50. OutlooK favorable on the fat kinds. National Live Stock Com. Co. to the Acre WITH Sattley's NEW WAY PLANTER The St Louis Star Under the ownership of MR. E. Q. LEWIS .80' u Will be the Ideal . Family Paper .45' 12i .(4j .14 .09 Ham Smoked 15 1 Hides, green 08Jj Beeswax 25 1 Feathers 40 to .50 1 Hens 12; Cox 07 j Spring Chickens 15 Turkeys 08 to .16 : Ducks 10; Geese 05 Butter 20 Eggs 17: for the Year 1910. The Daily Star My Mall One Whole Year for $2. Daily and Sunday -Star- My Mail rn,. Year $:.".-.. Write today. ST. LOUIS STAR. Circulation Department. i 1 In the Line of Samples of The Globe Tailoring Company of Cincinnati you wiM find tho must fjencrous, well selected assortment of fabrics for Men's Gurments (ver shown by any firm in tho tailoring busings. A glunco thru the lino will confirm .our statement. It moans much to tho wearer of tailor-built clothes to see and try GLOBf. Sarnients. WOOD & LAN DRUM, Tailors. Over ft runt - Onu-f's. a la March 15. 3500 cattle on sale ! i to-dao with liberal proportion of j Jj good beef steers among the offerings. Top in that division $7.90 with lots of cattle from $7.25 to $7.65. Market was strong I and very active and 10 to 15 cts. higher than close last week. Cows and heifers were also strong and active, and they were all cleaned up early also. It looks like light runs of cattle for next 60 days and higher markets. 8500 hogs. Market opened steady, closing 15 cts. lower. Top for day $10.90. The hog ' market is at a pretty nervous j point, and is too high to advise j holding of, hogs that are ready : for market. On the other hand j we would advise free shipment j of any and all hogs that are J marketable, as these prices look j good enough for us. j Sheep market 25 cts higher; itou lambs $9.70. I Bright Live Stock Com Co. You can change the Drop instantly to 2, 3 or 4 by merely "a touch of the toe" without changing plates, or even stopping the team. This enables you to regulate the drop according to the varying conditions of the soil wherever you are planting, the only possible way to secure "more corn per acre." Doesn't it sound good to you? We will deliver machine to Jackson, if preferred. AND HERE'S SOME MORE! . The forks operate with an entire revolution, - no strain on the wire, no friction on the buttons, no wear on the forks. The footlift is operated entirely by the feet, you never have to set the depth lever but once. You ought to see a New-Way before you buy a planter. TAYLOR & L1ASTERS0N BROS. Cape Girardeau, Mo. 3C ... Will jnur witch keep ship'i chro ttometrr tint; Smtti 'ictvl Watches, carried upon long m-.: tovff. mil protected only by au or il:n;i:y !i car., exposed to every varia . ;.i'n, temperature and till tt:il roll of thn ship, Mind for second, will) 1 uid ncctirte clu r.i-i4t r.'iil.v.t Un''l, .-. .hiljntf. or nv ot tlw : 'no'.' ol -'eryday tine i tiow vou our line o H. A. UELEKE, Jackson, - Mo. DOCTOR ftrrl BLACK'S W WATER Is Painless and Harmless as Water. ' Cannot Injure, Relieves Qu?cfc'y, and Cures Sore Eyes in PEOPLE, HORSES AND DOGS Price 25 Cent-r A VOLUNTARY' TESTIMONIAL. J, K. I)!.ack Mkiucink Co.. Ktunett. Mo. OenlkniLii My little Ixiy lia.l a srvcre cms or sore eyes. I sctit to the tlrttiiKifct for the hm milu in- tie Itli'l for sort eyes. He t.ent me n txittle of Or. Black's Cys Wstar, IK- ui out f school only one tu utter UMiiif it. Jt eureil liiiit immtdiaiely. Any one is at lilerty tocoutiiiti ttiis statt itient liy writinu to me tit 411 JellVrson Avcuuc, JouetX)o, Ark. Mnti. J. il. Knypkh. KXW'I'TiilCS MITICK. Notice Is lu rcljy j; I ven that leilers test nnicntjiry tixtii tho estatp-ol Corn K. Kelly, (IcceitH.-tl, have been granted to iho umlersiiird by the I'rolmte t'otirt (!' Cuih; irardeau county, bearing dute the 2(ith tiny of J iiiiuary. I'.ih). All pecsoiis having fl iitus against HHitl estHte ii ru rittirod to exhibit them for ullnwance, within one year from tlie dat of said let I ors, or tliey may be precluded from any benelit of such estnt''; and If said claims d not exhibited within two years from the dat e of the publication of this nut ice, they will be forever barred. T. D. IIinks, Executor. BREEDERS, ATTENTION! CO I will have at my barn in West Jackson, for breeding purposes for the season of 1910, the best bunch of Jacks and Stallions I ever owned. Anyone interested will do well to come and see my stock before breeding elsewhere. Respectfully yours, W. F. SCIIADE. Frultland. Healtn is gcni'tally good' this winter up to the pros- ent. ! Mrs. N. C. Uee, better known its "Aunt Coop," j lias been quite sick for the : past two weeks, ami is not improving mueh. James Mastt'isn tnnleil ! for a small farm this week! ami moved t it. j iVrtha IIarii has bought ! j .lames Masterson's plarf- and will move to it. ! Haniev Tusi'lmlT is re-' iiairiii": his sawmill this! week. Bern Davis is hauling logs for V. V. Matthews. R. M. Sawyer and wife ranie out from Jackson Sunday to see his aunt, Mrs. Gee. Hev. Senneff will preaeh his last sermon before Con ference next Sunday night, but probably will return for next year. Three new members were taken into the M. W. A. Lodge Saturday night. A number from Pocahontas Lodge were down. Oliver Alexander says he is not prepared at present to say as to whether he will put in a hardware store here or not, its wtis stated in a paper last week. Henry Sehweer says 'he is in on' a millinery store. We are not at all pleased with our mail service up here now, as we get most of our until in the afternoon. SCIUBISLKK. C ASTORIA, For Infants and Children. 1 The Kind You Have Always Bought Signature of The highest medical authority on foods, Sir James Crichton Browne. LLD. F.R.S. 'of London, gives the best reasons for eating more Quaker Oats In an article published in the Youth's Companion of Septem ber 23rd, Ym Dr. Browne, the 4reat medical authority on too ls, says, about brain and muscle building "There is one kind of food that seems to me of marked value as a food to the brain and to the whole body throughout childhood and adolescence (youth), and that is oatmeal. "Oats are the most nutritious of all the cereals, being richer in fats, organic phosphorus and lecithins." lie says oatmeal is gaining ground with the well-to-do of Great Britain. . He speaks of it as the mainstay of the Scottish la' -o:r : !:; -n' viy it pro duces a big-boned, well-developed, mentally energetic race. His experiments prove that good oatmeal such as Quaker Oats not only furnishes the best food for the human being, but eating it strengthens and en larges the thyroid gland this gland is intimately connected with the nourishing processes of the body. In conclusion he says "It seems probable therefore that the bulk and brawniness of the Northerners (meaning the Scotch) has been in some measure due to the simulation of the thyroid gland by oatmeal porridge in childhood." The Scotch eat Quaker Oats because it is the best of all oatmeals. Nervous Women For nervous, tired women, we recommend Car- dui. Cardui is a woman's medicine. It acts specifi cally on the female organs and has a tonic, building effect on the whole system. It contains no harmful ingredients, being a pure vegetable extract. If you suffer from some form of female trouble, get Cardui at once and give it a fair trial. TAKE mm It Will Help You J S3 Mr9. V. W. Gardner, of l'ailucnh, Ky., triod Cnrdui and writes: "I think Card n i is just crand. I have been usurp it for eleveu years. I am 48 years old and feel like a dilFcrent woman, since i nave been taking it. I used to suffer from bearing down aim. nervousness and sleeplessness, but now tho pains are nil gone and I sleep good. I highly recommend Cardui for young and old." Try it. AT ALL DRUG STORES J. R. BLACK MEDICINE KENNETT, MO.