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; in treaty Wednesday.
TUnh of Ldna visited
-I, A. Roth Inct Friday.
C!;t.:3 We-jeV ind of White
vr.i.rr, was in tKe city lavt Fri-
,xr,i ti Umnutown Friday.
.Mrs. IVaz fpent Tuesday in
(lie Cape vintlng friends
Wilson ' Cramer had tr
et the Cape Wednesday.
ackc has moved back
litre from Chaffee.
Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Echrcns
delightfully entertained a num
ber of friends last Friday.
-t Miller a Miiierviliel I'!rno fter visiting the lady's
.nt. sold his f tore to Mrarents'. Mr- arti Mr- J- M-
D-jckir.e last week.
Jacob Wendd and family of!
Fornfeli, visited relatives here 1
Jack and Percy Dormeyer and
Louie IIoiTman had business at!
the Cape Tuesday evening.
Miss Grace Horn entertained
a number of her friends at a
Valentine party Tuesday night.
Harry Wagner had business
at the Cape Monday and Tues
day. Mrs. W. C. LaPierre entertain
ed a number of friends Tuesday
night with a Valentine party.
Jackson will have a double
jmai! service from the Cape. The
ilouck road will begin to carry
mail after Feb. 20.
, Mrs. Lizzie Vandivort visited
Mrs. Charles McDonald in Fruit
land thi3 week.
Miss Laura Brennecke is vis
iting her sister Mrs. Emma
Kurre, at Lutesville.
Miss Carrie Klein of Perry
county, visited relatives here
Miss Sarah Baldwin left Satur
day for St. I-ouis to buy spring
James Ilcnsley returned to
Ullin, lib, Monday after spend
ing Saturday and Sunday with
Three ladies united with the
Presbyterian church Sunday;
Mciidames Alma Burford, Silas
Lail and S. Peterman.
Mrs. Albert Ilink of Gordon
ville"and Mrs. Robert Tirmen
t;tein of Benton are visiting
Mrs. Albert Kerstner this week.
The Jackson gun club had a
fchoot last Friday, and the follow
ing scores were made: Wagner
17, Russell 15, Voges 11, Putz
18, Ilorrcll 21, McFarland 1G,
Grant 15, Taylor 16, Milde 1(5.
IJldon L. Proffer was awarded
the contract to carry the mail
from Jackson to Burfordville, at
$119.00 per year, Hoffman & Lail
refusing to continue in the gov
lln: Mary O. Kirker died yes
terday of brain trouble.
is vue I't-j-tizc-j
. t'.urch Sun-lay.
J.' M. I!u?r!cfc fca-l brines at
the Cape V,V.!r.e.-Lty.
! S. I'. AUi.K'n hasl..o-nar;K)jnt
jeil Iron Mountain acnt at Ar-
Mir'-fa Dcila and Madaline
K""r of butchtown visited Misa
Ajna RUir Sunuay.
A large crowd attended tl
Schado sale 7'uesday.
Fhii Heyde returned home from
St. Louis Tuesday.
Mis Maud Mediey of Gordon
ville visited Mrs, A. M. Sjprad
W. II. Miller and wife of the
Cape visited friends here Tues
day. They carne over in their
big- Mitchel touring car.
Mr. and Mrs. C.W. Wolters
are in St. Louis purchasing fur
niture and furnishings for their
'new home on North High street.
Mrs. Casta Lucht and chil
dren returned to their home in
A G o'clock dinner was given
Monday evening by Miss Bessie
Samuel in honor of Misses Doris
j Ilelmkampf and Frank ie Lusk,
i and Grace McLain.
between Judenv's creek and Cape
Girardeau, one bracelet with
initials M. H. W. Finder please
leave at Herald office and get
City council met last Thursday
night and issued a warrant to
J. R. Jenkins for 100.00 in pay
ment for a lot to be used for a
a city jail, stock pound and fire
department. The Mayor was
instructed to proceed with the
erection of the jail immediately.
Miss Dora Kies entertained a
j number ot her friends at pro
i eressive dominoes. Those pres
ent were: Dora and Lydia Kies,
Alma Wagner, Nellie Schwab,
Elsie Heyde, Sophia Illers and
Linda Beinlin, William and Louis
Kies, Adam Hoffman, Phil Sleek
and Ben Schwab.
A Valentine tea was- given
Tuesday afternoon by Mrs. C.
W. Henderson. The house was
prettily decorated and sugges
tions of St, Valentine and Cu
pid were everywhere. Those
present were: Mesdames J. A.
Snider, Fred Goyert. Kate
Schmuke, Louis Hoffrneister
Mrs, Fred ' Schneider enter
tained last Saturday evening.
Contests were the amusements
of the evening. Those present
were: Misses Lulu Rose, Lillie
Kneibert, Sophia and Amanda
Schneider. Cora and Rosa Bing-
heimer Elsie Hoffrneister, Ilulda
Volkert, Frieda Keene and Fran
Clinton Goyert Leon Vandi
vort and Adolphi Mueller per
formed a western walking btunt
Sunday. They walked to Cape
Girardeau in the afternoon in 2
hours and 15 minuteB, and the
two former completed the return
trip, arriving home in the even
ing a tired and foot-sore pair.
Adolph Mueller decided that a
one-way trip was sufficient ex
ercise for him and hn fctayed in
the Cape all night returning
home the next morning.
Fred Newell and family and
Charles Sievers and family went
to the Cape Tuesday night in
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Mrs. Dr. Hall of Fruitland
wu3 here Tuesday.
Lou 13 Sievcrs of Gordonville.
was in the city Tuesday.
Fred Goyert had busine.-s at
the Cape Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Allison
left Wednesday for Arcadia.
Harry Wagner left Wednes
day for Kewanee, III. x
Miss Eva Sinnamnn of the
Cape, visited Miss Elie Heyde
Martin Kerstner and wife of
Gordonville were in Jackson
Miss Ruth B)az went to St.
Louis Monday to purchase prin
Mrs. W. H. Ranger and Mi:;
Ella Brandt of Gordonville werei
the guests of Mrs. Albert Kerst
Dr. J. N. MacFarland received
a telegram Wednesday notifying
him he was called to the pastor
ate of the Presbyterian churcli
at Mineral Weil, Texas. He
has the matter under consider
ation. Jackson , was a , lively place
last Tuesday, Probate court; be
ing in session. alo an adjourned
term of the County'court. About
300 people 'came to attend W. F.
Schade's annual stock sale. The
weather was ideal and a large
number of sales were made.
The sale netted, we understand,
more than $11,000.
Overseers To Meet.
Dennis Scivally, county high
way engineer, has called a meet
ing of all Cape county road
overseers at Jackson on after
noon, February 18. The public
is abo invited and the meeting
w ill r.o doubt prove an invest
ing one to all persons interred
in good roads. Curtis Hill,
state highway engineer, will be
in attendance and wiil 'give an
illustrated lecture on road work.
The stag supper given by R.
S. Welters to fourteen of his
gentlemen friends Saturday
night was a decided success,
and to; an enjoyable event in
The affair was in celebration
of Mr. Wolter's thirty-second
birthday, and at the close of the
supper the guest s all raised their
wine glasses and gave the fol
lowirg toast to their host: "May
your life be long s.nd prosper
ous." The glasses were clicked
and the gaests drank to the
hea'th and prosperity of Mr.
Wolters. Those present were:
Henry Puis, W. C. LaPierre,
Henry Gockel, Adolph Y eager,
Will Heyde, Henry Wagner,
SikisJLail, Albert Kerstner, Jno.
Hoffrneister, Lawrence Wagner,
and Joe Wolters.
An Ton tmnd A kt'ah and wtimhi n
p;l s f it!ii r..ir opuji'.-u fi khw a
UtiiM.n ik pr-t'lf PtV ' 'nf unkf-
cululun ! "f ':l"Ul.! ..uril. 1 rn,l. t a
Baiaavj mvs.'JLXI jo ami
-tion ioq i )i mop m 2u !iuid
t( AV.U y (s I'01 UP
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y:h l,o !;.: .it-ring tb w t
J'lht iuuf .-;.i ..ijourn ijJ keep
wiihln h" 1 1 ;vi.,.vi-ii of tbe coimiltu
tiou. Tbo K;;!i!i,:t'w uppolntfd re
ported tiiHt. iti-y had found BM-tlnj
f!,ici ni t!ui cry thing would be
la wotkinr or '.h-r bv today.
Tber? it la':' litre to Kh rff-tt thRt
the legihiat'.ire npproprlt cr.ougb
to ret)iil!d Die north nd ou'.h wlngn
e? the bitlMinr for orTir purpo-og un
til a Dew capitol -ould be completed.
Tb dome nart c-eii'.er of tbe building
vlll be torn down, but the walls of
tb two wlar sre ald to be In fairly
Rood hspe n-i could be ropilred for
temporary ue for $35,f00. Contract
Or are Inok'nc thlns over with a vtow
of repalr'rur the tuiidh.g
School tr'i.i rrad Charge.
About the ouly thing of Interest
that occurred in IreUmtlve clrclea
was the charge of fraud in the state
n bool Hot. n.-aviu In a resolution by
Senator Cbarles I Carter of Clark
county. He cfcargez that oine of the
titles and comraunities of the state
are getting more than their share of
the slate school funds. He further
asks the appointment of a committee
of three to invebtlaate the enumera
tion of St. Joseph, Moberly and other
municipalities, wb'ch be believes are
Et'ttin wore than their share of the
One-third of the total revenue of the
state Is set aside by law for the use of
the public ftrbooie and Is distributed
on thp basis of cciiool population, not
upon taxable we'b. The enumeration
13 taken after c;'-h annuel B'-bool elec
tion, except In Ft. IxjuIs and some of
he larcer cities, and the result of
this c.-r.vass Is certified to the miper
fnten'Ierit of public Instruituin. end
he f.nurr-s out the arnouiit to which
eac h r-outity or i i.y is entitled. The
amount of school nuVney appropriated
for ea- h child vailes, Senate: Carter
clalnip that St. Jos.mIi receives an
nnrclly about $5,0O0 jjore than the
c!t is entitled t Hpd . tbst tfcij las
beep, irnln;; on fir '. oas? Zre rears.
Carter says thai his r. holutlou la In
tended to call the attention of the
polons to the unequal distribution of
school moneys to the end that legisla
tion be enacted covering the subject.
Important Bills Delayed.
The ciar.y important bi!U that won
to have been taken up for coimidera
tiou baat week, among them the re
distrlctlng proposition, have faded to
tii? background for the present at
leapt.. 7'bev must first be located and
tlvj iost ground retrieved.
Tfce matter of moving the capital
b-v? brought on much counient and Is
at present the topic of dUcupcioa
among the legislators. Et . ILouia
seems to be arter It. while the bal
ance of the cities tin.-.- entered the
fight In the beginning have diopped by
the wayside. If there Is a fight on the
proposition it will be between Jeffer
son City a-id St. I-ouis, the former
iaving the support of the western end
of the state.
Mb-sourl can have a fire -million-dollar
capitol by means of a levy of only
2 cents on the $100 assessed valuation,
according to the figuring of some of
the, representatives. :'-'''' i ptan
would raise money enough to pay In
terest on bonds and create a sinking
fund, 'ite present assessed valuation
Of $l,fio.,4X8.8.'8 would yield $3J7,S97
tbe first year on the basis of 7910 as
sessment. Future assessments doubt
less will be higher and the revenues
from the 2 cents will grow. It Is bo
'ieved that the state will have no trou
ble to sell bonds at pe" cent and
V.'Z,i)''D a""jear I71 take cere of the
Interest on the bonds, so that $152,897
would po to the (.Inking fund the first
year, if ?H the bote's. :r.; sold at
once. As that Is not likely to 1-r-pen,
the chances are tbt from the start
the 3-cent levy will permit the state
to rarry Jl-on.OOO yearly to the ulnkl'ng
fund, and that will mean t!ie ps'meiti:
of the !onrts before Hie t-Litc5 re a!'e
Todey, when the fwo bodies met In
rlieir new q iiV'ers, a concurrent reso
lution was adopted deslgnatlne that
.'or the halrinc- of tho session St. Pe
ter's balT and the 'viprerne cnt:-t cham
ber are the legal places of meeting.
After a few day" hlns;s will he run
nine as iiruat. except that some of th
routine Ietrihl.it ion that stood a chance
for paf-ie before the fre wl'.l be
dronrxX If th, l-gtslat ure accom-pllsh-'b:ilf
o' That It Intended to ac
complish if w:!l have been a rfetty
Rood se ssion despite t-.e fire.
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BILLS AGAINST HARRY THAW
Referee In Bankruptcy Allows Claim
Tittitburg. Ft-b. Vi. In as opltilou
aud report rflatlvc to the claims of
Yariotm crpditoru of Harry K. Thaw,
who klll-d Stanford WT-.1tft, William
T. ninir, referee In bankruptcy, has al
lowed dahlia aggregating $300,000.
Mr.. Mary C. Thav, the mother, la
allowed her claim In full, amounting
to J2n9,74!. A bl of $G50 of Di
8alvo Brog., New YcrK tnorchants, for
merchand;a purchased for Evelyn
Ncsljit Thaw, was also allowed In full
Attorney John IS. Cleasct of New
York, who claimed f59,SS5 for prof--lonal
serrlces, was allowed tZOMi.
The full claim of Martin W. Littleton,
amounting to 3,340.E4, was allowed.
tiiLrV Li tor Filet, Emms, &ort.
ALSO imm M
H. A. Ueleke,
TIKE CARD 110.22
Chester, Perryl!le & SteGenevioe
Czpe Girard:au& Chester
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On account of an influx of job
work ami be-in? unable to pro
cure sufficient help, we have dis
or.tinued the puUicat ion of The
Cape Girardeau Sentinel for the
time a -iv.'Z, at least, and dsir
injr to fulfil our subscription
contract, we have made arrange
ments with the Jackson Herald
to take over our list.
Hoping thio will be entirely sat
isfactory to our readers, we re
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Located in Murphys
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Treats all diseases successfully
i without the use of the surgeon's
knife' or medicine.
Female diseases of all kinds,
and Appendicitis, will be guar
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of a failure to restore to perfect
health. THOSE THAT HAVE
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can cure you at your home.
In writing, give a complete
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tell you what I can do.
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ATTORNEY AT LAW
OtV.ee: West .;le of i'i:l ",ic Square
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Attorney at Law
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