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Mrs. Maggie Price of Leopold, came
in on the Hoxie train last night to
spend a week with her son, J. H. Price,
322 N. Ellis street, and take in the
fair.
Mr. Johnson states that while the
company feel deeply the loss of Mr.
D'Andreas' valuable services, his
death will cause no delay in the work
now in operation on th big diversion
cant
Wm. Weiss of Perryville, is visiting
his cousin, Mrs. M. G. Taubert, of
Louisiana avenue. He has also
brought with him some of his fine
Hereford stock which he will show at
the fair.
L. W. Holder of Chicago, 111., was in
the city on a business trip yesterday.
R. B. Dohson. R. S. Green E. M.
Kortz and Goovf.e W. Graham of St
Louis, transarted business in this eily
yesterday.
Ivah Oliver and N. White of Puxieo,
were in the city yesterday on a shop
ping trip.
A. C. Jayne returned yesterday af
ternoon from his farm in East Cape
where he has just completed harvest
ing his fourth crop of alfalfa for the
season. Capt. Jaynes reports that
while the yield was somewhat lighter
than that of former years, the short
age was more than overcome by the
unusually fine quality of the product.
M. F. Mizell of Neely's Landing
made a hurried business trip to this
city yesterday.
S. M. Moore of Advance, is in the
city on a business trip.
E. H. Neumeyer of Gordonville, was
in the city yesterday with a load of
country produce.
Mr. and Mrs. John Tate of Illmo,
were in the city yesterday on a shop
ping trip.
F. Z. Kaine of Chicago, transacted
business in this city yesterday.
J W. Utley of Oran, is in the city
visiting: the fair.
George Rathburn of Chaffee, visited
friends in this city yesterday.
J. Verdegren and family of Oran,
are spending the week in this city, at
tending the fair.
Frank Carter of Oran, visited
friends in this city yesterday.
George Englehardt of Neely's Land
ing was in the city yesterday on a
shopping trip.
J. A. Glenn of Oran, transacted
business in this city yesterday.
Joel L. Harper of Bertrand, is in
the city this week attending the fair.
A. A. Pell and J. B. Penny of Char
leston, are visiting friends in this
city.
Misses Roxie and Myrtle of Chaffee,
were in the Cape yesterday doing
some shopping
W. A. LoefFIer of Lutesville, is i
business visitor in this city,
Mr. and Mrs. Bertlinger of Dexter
are in the city on a shepf-ng trip
Louis Mitchell of Oran, is visiting
friends in the Cape this week.
Fred Leihser of Vandalia, was a
business visitor in this city yesterday.
R. E. Underbill, J. P. Rice, George
Crosser and J. L. Ford of Bloon-field,
are in the Cape this week attending
the fair.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Cline of Oran,
were shopping in this city yesterday.
C. M. Wylie of Commerce, was in
the city yesterday looking after some
business interests.
D. B. Kevil of Sikeston, was a busi
ness visitor in this city yester-'ay.
T. S. Masterson, secretary of the
Commercial club of Kennett, passed
through this city yesterday enroute to
Jackson, where he expects to interest
the business men in the matter of buy
ing bales of cotton for the purpose of
relieving the distressed condition now
existing among the cotton growers in
Dunklin County.
He will return to the Cape today,
and will bring the matter to the at
tention of the business men of this
H. E. Dimmitt of Kansas City, is in
the city on a business trip.
Ida Conner of Hot Springs, Ark.,
. is visiting friends in this city.
Henry Ruka of Advance, is in the
city attending the fair.
Dick Swanner and W. M. McGilvray
of Sikeston, are Cape visitors this
week.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Schultz and Mr.
and Mrs. James Smith of ' Sikeston,
are visiting friends in this city.
John Gurdis of Murphysboro, is a
business visitor in this city.
T. C. Barley of Murphysboro, is in
the city on a business trip.
J. H. Howard of Jackson, was a vis
itor at the fair yesterday.
Eva Ware of Jackson, is attending
the fair this week.
Robert G. G. Sipker of Sikeston, is
visiting friends in this city.
A. L. Moore of Illmo, was in the
city on a shopping tri yesterday.
W. A. Roby, J. A. 'Niehoff, P"
Hahn and Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Bro-
' were visitors in this city 'from St.
Louis yesterday.
H. A. Moss ol kimi,TlLfii,Q busi- j
nesa visitor m this city. ''".'.
R. H. Dean and son cf Davenport,
Iowa, are business visitors in this cit
P. G. Holland of Centralia, transact
ed business in this city yesterday.
George A. Howenstein of Anna, is
in the city on a business trip.
Charles F. Dettmer of St. Louis, is
a business visitor in this city.
F. E. Lidenton of Poplar Bluff, is
visiting friends in this city.
W. M Klemens of Illmo, visited
friends in this city yesterday.
W. W. Moquin and wipe, and Mrs.
A. R. Thomas of Chaffee, were in the
Cape on a shopping trip yesterday.
Doc Kimmell and Barney Wagner
were in Oak Ridge yesterday, where
Mr. Wagner purchased seven head of
fine horses.
A. J. Mitchell and M. O. Lawrence
of St. Louis, are business visitors in
the Cape this week.
Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Marshall of
Oran, were in the city on a shopping
trip yesterday.
L. B. Baird of Chicago, was in the
city yesterday looking after some
business interests.
F. L. Ritter of Cairo, was in the
Cape yesterday on a business trip.
L. F. Webster of St. Louis, trans
acted business in this city yesterday.
Norman J). Blur' of Dexter, is a
business visitor in this city.
Mrs. B. J. Tenkhok, Mrs. H. B.
Womack, G. 3. Tenkhoff Harold Heis
serer, H. B. Womack, Mr. and Mrs. F.
S. Eice, Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Shively,
and Mrs. J. F. Lee of Oran, "vers in
the city yesterday visiting the fair.
P. O. Lynnes of Chicago, transact
ed business in this city yesterday.
G. W. Adams of Henderson, Ky.,
was in the Cape yesterday on a busi
ness trip.
F. H. Clasen and John Smith of St.
Louis, were in the Cape yesterday on
a business trip.
M. G. Kisler of Perryville, is visit
ing friends and relatives in this city.
A. E. Harris of Charleston, is a
business visitor in this city this week.
Mrs. Armstrong and Mrs. Lee of
Charleston, visited friends in this city
yesterday.
George A. Mittingly of Charleston,
is visiting friends in this cij
E. R. Clark and family of Cairo, are
visiting friends in this city.
W. E. Cage of Chicago, transacted
business in this ciy yesterday.
George E. Green of Mount Vernon,
111., was a business visitor in this city
yesterday.
T. H. Masterson of Kennett, trans
acted business in this city yesterday.
T. M. Ogilvie, H. T. Bryant and C.
A. Ree of Charleston, are visiting in
the 'Cape and attending the fair this
week. j
Jack Gray of Graysboro, visited
friends in this city yesterday.
J. Aslin of Bloomfield, is in the city
this wreek on a business trip.
Lulu Dumey, Julia Enderle, Albert
Dumey and Albert Enderle of Ke'so,
were in the city yesterday visiting the
fair.
Dan Summerlin of Allenville, vas a
Cape visitor yesterday.
L. F. Fieser and E. I Fieser of
Bunker, and Charles Fieser of ' New
Hamburg, were in the citv yesterday
attending the fair.
Ned Blanchard of Memphis, is visit
ing friends in this city.
Leo Blaettle and Lavr;r.ce Reigert
of New Hamburg, attended Iho fair
yesterday.
W. G. Irwin of Perkins, visited
friends in the Cape yesterday.
Charles II. Maintz of Oak Ride, is
in the city this week attending the
fair.
Dale Reed of Jackson, was a Cape
visitor last evening.
George A. Browning of Cleveland,
Ohio, transacted business in th;s city
yesterday.
W. C. Brewer of Charleston, is
spending the week in this c:ty attend
ing the fair.
Julia naynes of Allenville, is visit
ing friends in this city.
Walter Branson of Canalou, trans
acted business in this city yesterday.
H. Williams of Fornfelt, was in the
city yesterday on a business trip.
John T. Hector and W. L. Withers
of Allenville, were visitors in the Cape
yesterday.
D. C. Stevens of New York, and F.
B. Knight and A. J. Elddrige of Chi
cago, contractors "on the drainage
work are visiting in this city on busi
ness pertaining to the excavation of
the big diversion channel which enters
the river a few miles south of the
Cape.
E. M. Kincheloc of Mountain View,
111., was a business visitor in this city
yesterday.
Mrs. Edward Reitzel of Jackson,
was in the Cape yesterday on a shop
ping trip.
James A. Kinder departed yester
day morning for Kansas City on a
short business trip. Mrs. Kinder ac
companied him as far as McBride
from which point she traveled 'by auto
to Yount-for a short visit wrth Mrs
Caruthers, a sister of Mr. Kinder.
H. C. Nieman of Jackson, visited
friends in this city yesterday.
D. Cannon of 'Benton, was a busi
ness visitor in this city yesterday.
Maud Cannon of Vandascr, visited
friends in this city yesterday.
Frank Martin of Sikeston, was in
the city yesterday on n business trip.
James F. Sir.it'u and lion S.hukz oi
Siker.ton, wore business visitors in this
city yesterday.
Tom C. Wright of Mounds, 111 , was
in the Capo yesterday on a business
trip.
William F. Rohe of Chicago, trans
acted business in this city
Harrison Boss of Burlington, Tenn.,
was a business visitor in this city yes
terday. J. W. Ellis of Ste. Genevieve, is vis
iting friends in this city.
J.' A. Sherry of Fall River, Mass., is
a visitor in this city during Fair week.
R. G. White of LeRoy, N. Y., is in
the city on a business trip.
F. P. Griffith of St. Louis, was a
business visitor in this city yesterday.
W. W. Moquin of Chaffee, was in
the city on a shopping trip yesterday.
Jack Lee of Reading, Pa., transact
ed business in this city yesterday.
Howard Ingram of Marinette, Wis.,
is a business visitor in this city.
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Dickerson and
Louie Larch of Indianapolis, are busi
ness visitors in the Cape this week.
H. Grant of Zalma. is in the Cape
on a shopping trip.
J. E. Whitsett of Advance, was in
the city yesterday on a business trip.
Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Bray of Kan
sas City, are visiting: friends in the
Cape.
G. W. Bjme of Chicago, is a busi
ness visitor in this city.
Tom Fleetwood of Kansas City, vis
ited friends in this city yesterday.
Jack Lee of Reading, Pa., transact
ed business in this city yesterday.
E. R. Benjamin, Gladys Wright and
Helen LeuBerse of St. Louis, are busi
ness visitors in this city.
Zelma Lapline of Poplar Bluft', vis
ited friends in this city yesterday.
Dr. Otto E. Forster, vice-president
of the First National bank, arrived
from St. Louis early this morning, to
attend the regular meeting of the
board of that institution after which
he will attend the fair. Dr. Forster.
who was one of the original organizers
of the Horse Show Society of St.
Louis, will take in every event where
horses take part at the fair. He is al
so interested in all varieties of live
stock, and will spend much of his time
inspecting these exhibits.
T. C. Chaplin of Poplar Bluff, trans
acted business in this city yesterday.
J. Volk, C. H. Dodd, and L. J. Petri,
of St. Louis, are Cape visitors this
week.
E. S. Coleman of De Soto, was t
business visitor in this city yesterday.
J.'H. Masters of Wittenberg, visit
ed friends in this city yesterday.
Dr. F. S. Markle of Allenville, was
in the city yesterday on a business
trip.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Abshee of Ma
rion, visited friends in this city yes
terday. E. C. Ramsey returned yesterday
from Gushing, Okla., where he has
bcn visiting for several weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Tate of t',t
Loin's, are visiting friends in this city.
Frank Statement of Carmi, III., is
visiting friends in this city.
C. K. Simons of Cairo, 111 , is a
business visitor in this city.
Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Bishop of P.
are visiting friends in this city.
A valuable dog belonging to Post
master E. W. Flenige was killed last
night by a passing automobile.
J. B. Anderson of Chicago, is a
business visitor in this city.
E. B. Roblee of Sikeston, was a 1
ness visitor in this city yesterday.
Sarah Smith of Kcwanee, 111:, visit
ed friends in this city yesterday.
D. B. Carlin of Greenbrier, was in
the Cape yesterday on a business trip
W. A. Engle of Oran, visited friends
in this city yesterday.
W. R. Long of Oran, was in the
Cape yesterday on a business trip.
G. Brenon of Cairo, transacted busi
ness in this city yesterday.
J. A. Glenn of Oran, was a business
visitor in this city yesterday.
Charles Bowers and B. S. Horrell
of Brownwood, were business visitors
in this city yesterday.
James Barton and H. Friend of
Wyoming, 111., are business visitors in
this cit
C. I. Anderson of Commerce visited
friends in this city Sunday.
R. B. Myers of Advance, spent Sun
day in this city.
C. Carroll of Grand Rapids, is in the
Cape on a business trip.
H. J. Bowman of Advance, . trans
acted business in this city yesterday.
H. F. Baldwin of Detroit, Mich, was
in the Cape yesterday on a business
trip.
Charles J. Graef of Jackson, visited
friends in this city j-esterday.
Joseph Gegg of Coffman, Mo., was
a business visitor in this city yester
day. : F. L. Etherton of St. Louis, was a
business visitor in this city yesterday.
. t i i mm i. i mmmmrm 2 e- izi
News From The County Seat
By Miss llermine Kiehne.
Jackson, Sept. 30.
Dr. Norwood of Oak Ridge, J. W.
McCombs, Sr., and 0. Morton went to
the Cape this morning to see that the
big fair is started right.
John Madden, who was badly hurt
some weeks ago when he fell off the
roof of McNeely's machine shop, is
able to be up and move around with
the aid of a cane.
Mr. and Mrs. Gerry Sibley enter
tained Mr. and Mrs. Charles Williams
at dinner today.
A little girl arrived at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Otis Litzelfelncr Mon
day. Mrs. Litzelfelner was before her
marriage Miss Ethel Masterson of the
Cape.
Frank Oliver and wife of Neely's
Landing, are in town shopping.
Mrs. J. A. Armstrong entertained
the A. T. A. O. club at her home yes
terday afternoon. Those present were:
Mesdames Blucher Sperling, Lilly Wil
son, Ed Jenkins, Sherman Haupt, Guy
Miltenberger and Mattie Bast.
Dr. Dayton Seabaugh and wife of
Millerville, will attend the fireworks
at the Cape tonight.
Ben Masters returned last evening
from the Cape, having been over
there sin e Monday.
C. 11. Wolter was appointed treasur
er of the Progressive Committee in
plr- of Julius Meyer, Jr., who failed
to Qualify.
Mrs. Wm. Hoffm-in is o;i the sick
list.
Ben Vinyard and Wilson Bain of
the Cape, are in Jackson today.
Judge Win. B. Schaefer of the Cape,
is in town attending a bank meeting.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kies, Sr., enter,
tained Mr. and Mrs. W. Schwartz, and
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kies, Jr. at din
ner today.
Sheriff W. Summers took II. Gockel,
Sam Peterman to the Cape. We have
not been able to end oat whether the
gentlemen were the sheriff's prisoners
or not.
Billy Schwab, ono jf the obliging
young clerks in the post olIVc. tells us
his mother, Mrs. B. F. .Schvrb, v. ill
move to the Cape for the winter as
his sister, Miss Ge.-tra.lo, v.iil attend
the business college there.
Clinton Goyert left yesterday for
Charleston, to meet Mr. Boyce and go
on with him to Sikeston where Clin
ton will be stationed.
The case of Charles Harenberg vs.
Oilie Prdigo was tried this morning
in the J. P. Court and was decided in
favor of plaintiff.
Rev. L. M. Spivey, who with his
wife has been visiting relatives here,
left today for their home in Valley
Park, where Rev. Spivey has charge of
the Methodist church, having been re
assigned there at the last conference.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Behrens entertain
ed Mr. and Mrs. Quincey Hahn, Mr.
and Mrs. C. Behrens and daughter,
Irene, yesterday.
Mrs. Kale Schmuckc will go to the
Cape today to visit the family of Wm.
B. Schaefer and attend the fair.
There will be an adjourned term of
the county court next Monday.
Will Wagner, Jr., and family and
Sam Lail, Jr., and family, will attend
the Cape fair tomorrow.
We are listening for the wedding
bolls which will ring for the marriage
of one of Jackson's most beautiful and
popular young ladies to one of our
most esteemed young men.
Workmen finished laying the water
mains in Morgan's addition yesterday.
E. Patterson, National Bank Ex
aminer, of Springfield, 111., is in town.
George Beattie, Jr., John Sachse
and family and John Heinberg and
family will go to Cape tonight to see
the fireworks. .
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Sanders, two
and a half miles north of town, are
shopping here today.
A Mrs. Rozier of Perryville and a
party of thres passed through Jack
son today on their way to the Capo.
LICENSED TO MARRY.
Marvin V. Dauherty Moberly
Ruth Cotner Pocahontas
Jackson, Sept. 1?S.
The glorious weather yesterdav wds
so inviting that we believe evfrv.-.r.e
in Jackson possessing a "chirie made
use of it. either for litcic '" pleasure
drives about town, to visit friends out
of town, or to drive to hew Wells to
attend the Mission F?ast .-hith was
held at the Lutheran church there, and
at which, there as a large attend
sjivP&iMrfff
ance, people coming from Illmo, Cape
Girardeau, Jackson, Pocaliontas,
Fruitland, Wittenberg, Altenburg,
Frohna and Shawneetown. to listen to
pome good sermons preached by Rev.
Hartz cf Wittenberg, and Rev. Vogel
of Altenburg.
Squire Cauvey of Kinder township,
is in town today.
Mrs. Frank Sauer, of Bartelsville,
Okla., will arrive tmorrow on a visit
to the Misses Lizzie and Gayle Ran
ney. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Caldwell went
to the Cape this morning to attend the
funeral of Fred Schlimme, who died
Saturday at the home of his daughter,
Mrs. Henry Tischoff.
Prof Griebel of Perryville, has been
secured to teach the Lutheran school
here and will arrive next week to en
ter on his duties.
Rev. Camett of the Baptist church,
preached to the colored people in the
A. M. E. church yesterday afternoon.
At the M. E. conference which met
at Caruihersville, Rev. Jenkins who
has been stationed at Farmington, was
assigned to the Jackson charge. The
Jackson people are to be congratulat
ed, as Rev. Jenkins is reported as an
earnest worker in His vineyard, and a
pleasant, social gentleman.
Beginning Thursday, Oct. 1st, there
will be services every night in the
month of October at the Immaculate
Conception Catholic church.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Engleman of St.
Louis, who have been visiting in Per
ryville and Oak Ridge, came to Jack
son and isited Mr. and Mrs. N. Gock
el Saturday and Sunday and have now
gone to Benton to visit the family of
R. Hismenstein.
Charlie Graef has gone to Kansas
City to attend the Grand Lodge of A.
T. and A. M. which is in session there.
John Sachse is helping F. Grant dur
ing Charlie's absence.
Mr. and Mrs. John Gladish of near
Millerville, entertained nineteen din
ner guests yesterday. Those from
Jackson who enjoyed the sumptuous
repast are: Mr. and Mrs. W. Glad
ish, Mr. and Mrs. S. Behrens and ba
by. Dr. Wichterich, wife and and Miss
Edith Kammer of Cape Girardeau, vis
ited Mr. r.nd Mrs. Clarence Grant, yes
terday. The Bachelor Girls will meet with
Miss Bernice Williams tomorrow af
ternoon. Mr. IT. Grethe of Gordonville, who
recently sold his fine farm, will move
to Jackson the first of October and
will occury the S. P. Behrens house on
First South street. Welcome to Jack
son. The baseball game played here yes
terday between a mixed team and the
Jungle Giants resulted in a 9 to 5
victory for the mixed team. We were
informed last week the game would
be played by a Pocahontas team and
the Jungle Giants, but something must
have happened to the Pocahontas
team, as they had six players from
Cape, Glore, the Capaha pitcher, be
ing one, who pitched for them yester
day and they also had our own Big
Andy Caldwell to help them. No won
der they beat the Jungle Giants.
Mr. J. Buerkle will be taken to St
Francis hospital at Cape Girardeau
for an operation on his eyes the latter
part of the week.
LICENSED TO MARRY.
Elbert T. James Bollinger Co.
Alma M. King Bollinger, Co.
John Strong Allenville
Ida Whitener Fredericktown
Thomas Poulson De Soto
Emraa Beasley .De Soto
Rob't C. Kiehne Gordonville
Freidericka B. Sicmers..." Cape
Jackson, Sept. 29.
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Boss and Post
master Puts, motored to Cape yester
day and brought Mrs. L. M. Spivey,
who has been visiting her sister, Mrs.
Ben Gockel, at Cape, back with them.
There will be no morning services
at the Evangelical church here next
Sunday as the pastor, Rev. Herrmann
and his choir will go to Cape Girar
deau to assist in the services at the
mission fest to be held" at' the Evan
gelical church at that place. Rev.
Hermann will hold services here at
night.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Clippard left on
the Iron Mountain train this morning
for Laflin and expect to return tomor
row.
Wilbur Collier of De Soto, will ar
rive tomorrow for a week's visit with
his sister, Mrs. John McNeely.
Mrs. Oliver Morton, while going
down the cellar steps yesterday, fell
and had the misfortune of spraining
her ankle very badly.
About ten members of the Sunday
school of the Evangelical church have
organized an orchestra. This is fine
and we believe their Sunday school pu
pils will fully appreciate the musio.
Jackson has enough good -musicial tal
ent to supply each one of her 6even
1
churches with fine music, Dotn vocai
and instrumental; also for one or more
musical clubs. Some one make a move (
we have a choral club, we will quickly
second the motion.
Rev. M. D.' Collins WO! take up a ,
collection in bis parish next Sunday
for the German war sufferers.
Mesdames Gerry Sibley, Sara Petf r-
mann and the Petermans aur.r, M?.-. ,
Lizzie Waller, of Tennessee, wtnt to
Whitewater this morning to eper.d th. :
day with Mr. and Mrs. Cannon En V
glish. .
Joe Head rick, Julius Schiipt-r, Al
bert and Herman Roloff ar.i Frot
Schneider attended a shooti.ig ?natch
at Emil Kies four miles pouth of
town last night at which Schnr dem
and Schaper won the prize, hau i
beef. If the German Kaiser knew what
good marksmen we have in Jackson
he would have sent for them to help
him.
Mrs. Wade Clodfelter ami Mis3 Dora
Obermiller will go to Cape this even
ing to make some entries in the fancy
work department at-the Cape fair.
Adolph "Butch" Mueller went to
Baker's Mill to nsh.
Mrs. Fritz Bienlein will entertain
her neighbors, Mes.laraes Henry Sieck,
G. Bienlein F. Kiehn, O. L. licnr.iann,
Robert Hoffmann, F. Schneider and
Alvin Milde with a "Kaffee Klatch"
tomorrow afternoon.
Mrs. E. H. Weiss of near town, with
her guests, Miss Esther Bollinger, of
Zalma, are spending the day with
Mrs. William Paar.
Mrs. Dr. Ramsey of Tilsit, and
Misses Ettie and Myrtle Hope of
Shawneetown, are in town shopping.
Luther Spradling, Ed Rose, Herman'
Obermiller and Louie Wolters spent
last night fishing below Burfordsville.
They report having caught twenty-one
pounds of "cat" they didn't add
"fish."
Mrs. Steve Hunter of the Cape, mo
tored to Jackson this morning and
took back with her Mrs. H. A. Bird
and Miss Mollie Hunter of Tampa,
Fla., Mrs. Rebecca Holmes and daugh
ter, Veronica, of Augusta, Me., who
will be her guest for today.
Walter Knox is filling a silo today.
J. W. McCombs will go to St. Louis
tomorrow to buy new goods for his
furniture store.
J. P. Murphy of the Cape County
Milling company, is in Mississippi -on
business.
Merman Niemann took two fine hor
ses to the Cane fair.
George Seibert took two loads of
fine porkers to the Cape fair this
morning. Mr. Seibert always brings
his stock back decorated with blue rib
bons. Thirty-three ladies of the BaptJst
church met at the home of Mrs. C. A.
Macom's last evening and marched in
a body to the residence of O. English
to give Mrs. English a surprise par. v.
A surprise it certainly was. oven tr
the dainty lunch which the ladies had
prepared at Mrs. Beattie's and
Graef's, neighbors of Mrs. English.
The whole affair was delightful, and.
if many more such are given Mrs.
English this week, she will" not want
to leave Jackson to go to Phoenix,
Ariz., next week.
Mrs. C. A. Macom's class of girls of
the Baptist Sunday school entertained
Rev. Carnett's class of boys at the
home of Dr. Vinyard last evening in
I honor of Tom English, who leaves for
Arizona next weeK ior a years t,ij.
There were thirty young people pres
sent even one of which enjoyed every
minute of the evening which was spent
in games and contest one of the latter
which was entitled, "A Lover's Ro
mance," remaining unsolved. (We
wonder if some of those present could
not solve it today?. To show how
popular these young people are, we
have only to add that Reese Horell's
(colored) band serenaded them before
they disbanded for their different
homes.
The Cape High School boys were
victorious in their game of foot ball
with the Jackson High School team
yesterday afternoon, winning by a
score of ft to 0.
The game was played on the Jack
son grounds and was hard fought
throughout.
The Cape team was represented by
the following lineup: Hines, left end;
Beckman, left tackle; Shivelbine, left
guard; McBride, center; Reed, right
guard; McNeely, right tackle; Tibbs,
right end; Cairns, quarter back;
Tnnhert. left half back; Black full
back, and McDonald, right 'half back.
The Thursday Literary club met at
Mrs. Howard's residence today instead
of Thursday in order that the mem
bers could attend the fair. Mrs. im
Pno TnnP; resicmed as president and
was succeeded by Miss Clara Mueller.
m, T.oc;mation of Mrs. Jones as
treasurer was also accepted and Mrs.
VJ t -McCombs was selected to suc
ceed her. The lesson was: The Knick
erbocker group of authors. The maga
zine study was the city of Honolulu.
tk -t meetinir will be held October
15 at the home of Mrs. William Heyde.
it A. Lone of St. Louis, was a busi
ness visitor in this city yesterday.
It. C Weston of Chicago, is in this
city on a business trip.
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