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V. F. 2 J ritunved Eatur
:! iy from a hr. h'.c.;.) trip to lower
count i 03.
Prosecuting: Attorney Caruth
crs trenrvcteJ huainer-s in Jack-
Circuit Court adjourned Thurs
day Jan. ICih. after a very busy
ten iUya tern.
Dr. R. V. Van Amburg, of
Lutcsvilic, visited relatives in
Jack?(?n this week.
John Deweese of Welch town
ship way transacting business in
Jackson this week.
Alvin Kneibert returned Fri
day from St. Louis where he had
been several days on business.
The Ladies Aid Society of the
Methodist church meets this
afternoon with Mrs. George
Tony Frederick spent Sunday
with his parents in this city,
returning to Cape Girardeau
Andrew Caldwell spent Satur
day and Sunday with friends in
Fredcricktown returning home
The Court House was closed
Monday afternoon, during the
hour of the funeral of F. H. Wel
tecke. Mifs Roena Shaner. the State
W. C. T. U. decturer, arrived
in this city Friday for a few
Judge William B. Schaefer
made a business trip to Arkansas
last week, looking after his land
in that state.
Miss Louise Helemkampf who
is teaching music at Oran visit
ed home folks in this city Satur
day and Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Weltecke
of Sikeston arrived in this city
Saturday to attend the funeral
of F. II. Weltecke.
Sheriff Summers, deputy
sheriff Sheppard and late Sheriff
Schade took six prisoners to
Jefferson City Monday.
Adam Hoffman, Sr.. celebrated
his 78th birthday, January 20th.
Mr. Hoffman is one of the old
and honored men of this city.
George W. Welty of Perkins
has been appointed post master
stBurfordviile. He has purchas
ed the store from Gladdish Bros.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Howard
ef Byrd. Mo., arrived Saturday
to attend the funsral of Mrs.
Howards father, Squire Welte
cke. Fred Schaefer of St. Louis,
attended the Macke funeral in
this city Thursday Jan. ICth.
Mr. Schaefer is a son of Mrs.
The people of Jackson are get
ting ready to organize a build
ing and loan association; a large
subscription list having been
County Court held a special
session Tuesday. Judges Ilaupt
and Paar being present, Judge
Barks being absent on account
of the illness of his wife. Court
was called for Monday but was
postponed until Tuesday.
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Uln tl rouisn plaak;
i a '.'.t r.i her friends
f-ti.. r 1 ? ir. tl.ia city Wfdnes
c! J.i a, IT lh, th occasion lo
ir L; r tin w? ! lir..?.
He v. C. C. E. V-tiT-.il of Gor
(' -nvi'e ! -i (?c.-;j.ic .i a call to
l;;.---:?rk, J'o. F.r .'. Hr-indt has
I '.-n i ;i-'s-r cf the Zion "church
stGcr.Ionvilki for feveral ye.nrs.
Tie IIofTrnann-WilUrd Memorial
cxrrcif.o wm htli in the Baptist
church L-an-.ky afternoon at 2:00
o'clock, an interesting program
was rci!u:red to n appreciative
Sir. and Mrs. A. D. Hubbard
entertained a number of their
friends informally at their home
in east Jackson Monday evening:,
the occasion being Mr. Hubbards
Miss Ida May Harwell of
Ilcndrickson and Dolison F.
Rhodes of Swinton, both from
Stoddard County, were married
Wednesday afternoon in the
Court House by Judge Edward
Mrs. J. E. Wallace and Mrs.
John Daugherty were called to
Fruitland Sunday on account of
the illness of their mother, Mrs.
Mary Woods. They returned
home Tuesday reporting Mrs.
Andrew Caldwell known as
"Big Andy" in the base ball
world will play with a league
team the coming season. He has
played with several teams, and
always made good. We- hope
this is no except ion.
One of the important road
cases settled in Circuit Court
the last term, was the Randol
township road case, which has
been in court for twelve years.
The case was settled by compro
mise, the County paying the
In the case of D. F. Sadler vs.
J. F. Caldwell, ejectment, many
witnesses were examined, sever
al deeds and plats were offered
as evidence, the case continuing
several hours. Attorney A. M.
Spradling was for plaintiff, Edw.
D. Hays attorney for defense;
the jury found the issues in the
case for the defendant.
Thursday afternoon after office
hours, four young people entered
the court house and inquired for
the recorders office, that official
had gone home, but returned
and issued license to one of the
couples, who were Robert W.
Pique of Hayti and Miss Nina J.
Brightwell of Sikeston, Squire
Armstrong married them.
Six prisoners received a peni
tentary sentence during Circuit
court which was held in the city,
adjourning last Thursday. They
are: John Williams, for burglary
and larceny, sentence three
years; A. E. Evans (alias Sum
mers) arson, sentence two years;
Phillip Conner, burglary and
larceny, four . years; Joseph
Peassino, burglary and larceny,
four years; Fred Traupe, arson,
six years; Joe Schrum, forgery,
The Commercial club is still
busy, at the last meeting. Edw.
D. Hays, L. A. Goodwin and J.
P. Mabrey, were appointed dele
gates to attend the Southeast
Missouri booster meeting held at
Cape Girardeau, Thursday, Jan.
23rd; also a committee consisting
of W. C. Cracraft, J. P. Mabrey,
Fred Clippard, E. D. Hays, A.
M. Spradling and W. B. Schae
fer were appointed to confer
with the County Court in regard
to placing a clock in the dome
of the court house. The com
mittees on "finance" and "build
ing and loan association" make
favorable reports. The next
regular meeting will be January
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tt! nxUiio-1 cmarauc. from BU Fa.
F. 11. W'dirdo ci, 1 Et Ih
homo in Jackson, Saturday
ir.ornlns at f.l.vat 2 o'clock. lie
wfiborn in Germany, sixty-one
yc-;t3 ago, j-nd was brought to
th;3 country at a very eurly arre
and lived ru-nr Arnsburjy for
many v ears. IIo was educated
in tho public ochoulv and later
attended Parochial echooli and
the Fruitland Normal institute
in thi3 county, then conducted
by Prof. J. II. Kenyan eminent
educator, jtnd a graduate of Yala.
Later he taught school and wn3
elected public administrator;
then was elected assessor. He
owned a farm near Armburg
which he cold some years ago.
and moved to Jackson. At the
time of his death, he was deputy
recorder, also justice of the
peace. Mr. Weltecke was a man
of quiet demeanor', cf studious
habits, very industrious, care
ful in business and upright in
character. He leaves a wife,
one son and five daughters, Ros
coe Weltecke of Sikeston, Mrs.
Wilson Howard of Byrd.
Mrs. Louis Milde, Mrs.
Ilolcomb, and the Misses
and Tillie all of Jackson.
funeral services were conducted
by Rev. Langenhenna, at the
Lutheran church, at cue o'clock
Monday, thence to the City
cemetery for interment.
Proceedings County Court, Tues
day, January 21 Special Term.
Present, M. L. Ilaupt, presid
ing judge and Wm. Paar asso
G. F.Siemers recorder of deeds
presents appointment of Sam
Vandivort as deputy recorder
which is by the Court approved.
Inquest bills of costs presented
by Frank II. Nettjes. coroner,
held on body of Wm. Aldridge
amounting to $22.85; Louis
Schwab, $18.53; Wm. Reed,
$15.35; Harry Lively, $17.45;
Isiaah Thomas, $21.95. Examined
and ordered certified to county
treasurer for payment.
Bond of Ed. F. Brown, con
stable Shawnee township, for
On application Albert G. lheu
necke is granted loan of $500
from County Schcol fund by
complying with law in such
Account of Fred Goyert, county
clerk, against the State of Mis
souri! amounting to $19.08 al
lowed and ordered certified to
state auditor for payment.
Accounts presented, allowed
and warrants ordered issued to:
II. G. Dempsey for sewer pipe
Road District No. 8. $8.90; No.
18, $8.40; No. 9. $19.50; No. 10,
$4.50; No. 4. $12.C5.; Road and
Bridge fund $20.35; Frank
Schwartz, hauling gravel, $28.00;
Edw. Hely, crushed stone, $124. 10 ;
Louis Wogelmuth, gravel, Dist.
10, $3.40; William Ohl. widen
ing road, $12.00; Robt. Noth
durft, repair bridge, $2.50; Gus
Gayruan, Dist. 10, $1.00; Frank
Remus. $18.00; W. A. Sander &
Bro., road supplies, $G0.45; J. J.
McNeely, $5.00; Masters & Er
vin, road supplies, 18, $2.00;
Hugh Stephens Printing Co.,
book for Eng., $1.00; John A.
Will, work on road, $4.45; Henry
Busch, gravel, $12.00; Stile's
Steel bridge & Concrete Co., for
bridge, $12G.50; Cash-Book, sta
tionery, etc., $22.25; Morrison
Ice & Fuel Co., ice common pleas
court. $1.25; Kniffcl &Esser Co.,
supplies county surveyor, $8.55;
Cape County Herald, stationery,
$24.75; Wm. Wessell, jail re
pairs, $1.15; J. H. Doris, prose
cuting attorney, J salary, $225.00;
John G. Putz. . salary, $325,. ex-i
pense $3.45 $328.45,; . Mc.tee
Merc. Co., court house and jail
supplies, $3.45; Goyert Electric
Co., court house supplies, $7.iC;
Mild.' Bros., court houa; sup.
plies, $1.25; G. F. Siemers, re
corder, office expense, $28.50;
Fred Goyert, county clerk tees,
$200.07: West Disinfecting Co..
supplies, $38.00; Osterloh's Book
Store, supplies common pleas
court, $2.45; Consumers Fuel Co.
fuel common pleas court, $13.57;
it aui In-1 cover tba roason Uiu
R. K. Wiivn, feel for jail and
court hour?, 1X112; Rudolph
P.runke & Co., balance cn bridge
work, lli.VD. Request cf road
overseers for money is granted
and warrants ordered i.-r.ned to
I'ernhftrd Vohng?, i.d 0. No.
12, for $73.03;' Henry Kpri.ngcr,
rord 0, No. 10, for 173.C0. Sub
scription to improvo part Gor
donvilJe road reported worked
and warrant to Henry Springer,
special commissioner, for $31.35.
John G. Putz is appointed
justice of th pmc to fill va
cancy in Byrd township caused
by death of F. II. Weltecke.
Road districts established for
1913. as recommended by County
Highway, numbered from 1 to
Fetit jurors drawn for Febru
ary term, 1913, common pleas
Erroneous merchant's tax of
II. P. Peironnett $2000 valuation
is stricken off and collector is
authorized to take credit for tax
for year 1912.
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Notice is hereby given that
letters of administration upon
the estate of
deceased have been granted to
the undersigned by the Probate
Court of Cape Girardeau County
bearing date the 30th day of
All persons having claims
against said estate are required
to exhibit them to Henry C.
Best for allowance within one
year from the date of said letters
or they may be precluded from
any benefit of such estate; and if
said claims be not exhibited
within two years from the date
of the publication of this notice,
they will be forever barred.
HENRY C. BEST.
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Notice is hereby given to all credit
ors and others interested in the es
Chahlks V. Pickmann
deceased, that I, the undersijrned, in
tend to make final settlement of the
estate of said deceased ut the net
term of the rrobate Court of Cape
Girardeau County, Missouri, to be
held at Jaokson, Missouri, beginning
10th day of February, 1S1X
2 -t AiJBtstrtrix.
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ATTORNEY AT LAW
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