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Terms fur the IIkiiaM) are as fol
For one year.... II. 00
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Kntetftd at t lri potifni- nt .lni-kon. Ho.,
u HiwiiSTinw matter isweniwr . im,.
JACKSON, tO.. J PLY. 2o. WOl.
Tlioitot'Clt organisation Ih the
key note for tho republicans for
fne cmnpaixn of 1002.
Can wo not up enough public
pint ia Jackitou to put a e"od
artesian 'well on tho public
TiffcKK never was a lime when
tho republican party was better
prepared for harmonious action
, '.Jj- .. ,
On the lOih of AiiiTiiht Missouri
will bo r0 years old. Her soth
birthday will be celebrated ut
Tin: i'rourlit hero still con
tinues, bul uu notice tltut In
N'oilhucPt ami iSou:hen-t Mis
souri it has been broken by plenty
TnK excessive heat of the pant
few days has caused tunny deaths
by sunstroke in our large cities.
Fifteen persons died of sunstroke
in thirty-six hours.
Tiik Vandiyer-deinocrats are
trying to ruu .loo Kussel! out. of
the party because of his position
on silver, but they r.eml not
bother themselves about that for
Vundiver says now that silver is
nut tho whole thing, and that ho
is ready to be a 11 to 1 democrat
or gnltlbug just so ho is sent to
Miss West. Juckson Do Lor'
bakes, old Mrs. Jackson, why
don't you clean up, spccil.v do"
outskirts? 1'so douo gone an'
Old Mrs. Jackson -Is dat so!
Well, now, I jus' tells Jo honey,
our uditor man done spile it nil.
Yo' cun't tell whedder ho is sayin'
what lio means or whedder ho is
sayin' what ho don't nieau. fo' he
says dein bof il same -way.
Reckon dat do reason.
A cheat many of our citizens
said that they would havo voted
for tho bond issue if it had been
for moro money. Wo suggest
that just as tioou ns tho law per
mits that our aldermen order an
other election to bond the town
for If-'O.OW, the limit of tho law,
to tlx up streets, and In tho mean
timo let us order an election tor
water works. A whole Held full
ot those opposing tho bond issue
havo stated that they would veto
for tho (,0oo if it was for wnter
works or an artesian well. Give
them and tho rest of us who are
In favor of anything that will
improve the town an opportu
nity to vote right now before the
Oritur ol' I'lililicittlon.
In tlin Circuit Court of Cann Girar
deau County, Niute of Missouri, in
aoatioii, iMniiiliir, July x, liml.
Florence Sti Ik-iiki ti
Now at this day i-oiiim Florence
Steplif iihoii, tlie 1 14 1 ii I i IT in I or
above entitled i-ause, before the
lOKlel'sineil, I'lcrk of tlie Cir. nit
Court (if Cue (iriirde.iu Comity,' in
vacation, anil tiles iter petition mill
allldavit, HhiUiitf, ntiKinir other
thillpt. that theilhnxeimined defend
ant, Kredeiiek '1'. htepheiiHon, in a
I lloll-resldelit of lliiH Stale.
"It is tlielYlltinu oldered by tile
Clerk nforesiaid, In vacation, that
itit)llcation lie tiniile, not ifylni; liim
that Ull aetion litis been cniiilllfiiffd
Uliainst liiin, by pet it ion. In Hid Cir
cuit Court of ('! (iiianlenu County,
tlio object und Kenerul nature of
wnit'ii is m seeuren divorce iroin tlie
btintls of iiiali-iiuouy contracted be
. tweeii tlie flit i ut i IT mid I hp defend-
hnl.. nn t.he o-rioitild nf Mt,)iiiil,iti,i,..,it
Bud that unless lie tic ami appear at
me next lenn 01 shui I'oiii-t, to lie
btKiiu anil hohlen at t!ttt cotirt-liouse
Initio City or Jnekson, Hilliiii tlie
Unutity of Vnus (lir.irileiiii, on the
lttt-li day (f August, l'.iul, mill on or
before tlie third tlay thereof (If the
term shall so lontr continue, and it
not, then before the end of the term),
judgment will be rendered nnliist
hint ami a tleeree of divoree iteeorU-
' i'lKly granted to the plaiulitf.
It U further ordeietl that a copy
hnroof lie published in Tun Jackson
lifc'HAM), a newspaper published in
.: aald County of Cape O I is I dealt, for
four weeks sticeossivelv, tho last in
sertion to be at least tiltt en days hu
foie the coiDinenvoniciit of thti next
triu of said Court.
A true copy from tlio record.
lu Testimony Whereof, I have
hereon u snl 1 1 IV liitiol u ai i HliUtd
-be .'o'd-i 'if siild Court.. Ihuui at my
t llic; in Hit' I '!;. el .1 .ck .on, In said
C!iuiiiy, tins r-th day of July, A. 1).
, 1U01. Ciihjs F. JHjttkx,
.Scull., l.'lerk Circuit Court,
Meo'f. hot weather shoos, cloth
With leather sole, ut Hi ueniny A-fleretner.
KANDLKS. c ;
July 22. Miss onftCotmer has
returned home from Alton, III,,
where nho has spent pevcntl
weeks with friends. Sho ro
ports a dull time.
. Mrs. Wm. Oroscclosc la ijuito
sick this wock.
Johnnie (Jroscclose has just re
covered from- a severe attack of
Miss Nora Williams loft Tues
day for Gibson county, Ind. to
spend, S, few days with friends
Wo havo a new doctor with us
at Handles. Dr. 'Coition, of Ad
vance, says lio has come to stay
if llicro is sickness enough to
keep a doctor' from starving to
There wero several wrecks on
tho Cotton JWt ruilroad at Delta
Friday. The north bound freight
train ran into tho cuhooho of an
other . train on a curve, and
set tiro to tho caboose of tho
Mr. Utiben "Pool contemplates
taking charge of tho storp and
post oilicc here at this place this
J. M. Houbler has moved to a
new log job four miles south of
town to-diivo cattle at $J oer
Wm. Handles contemplates
bmlitiff.hny this week.
July IS.- -Weather still hot and
dry and no rain.
I lay harvest is in progress.
Wm. Conner, one of our best
citizens, has gone to Bell City,
where ho is employed as' tele-
. Milo S. llargor has returned
from Hutler county . whero lio has
boon . engayod in selling fruit
Jf He reports crops suffer
in from drouth in that section.'
Geo. W. Dean, of Union
county. III., is spending a few
Jays with James Wilkins and in
vestigating the country. He
thinks he will niovo over with us.
Kov.' H' W. Gammill and his
brother, Lee Gammill, spent
Sunday with fricods'a,t Advance.
. W, 11. Grosccloso ' is repairing
the bridge that crosses White
water cre'ek. -. -
James Murry aud Jesse Miller,
of Toga, uro working for Wash
Hcams this week. Hamblku.
34y "3. Wo are still needing
raiiwHid poor prospects for any.
1'hero will bo English sorviccs
tho last Hunday of every month in
the Gorman Lutheran church at
Kiirreville. Services will begin
at 9;30 a. 111.
It is going to bo a big whim.-
headed corn crop raised this
season in Cape county. Some
talking of cutting their corn al
August Leine, the blacksmith
at this place, has invented a n-.a-
chine to enable babies to jrulk at
a very young ago. Ho will supply
you if you need one. Ho also
has a patent on a grindstone that
runs with a bicycle gearing.
Hill Lome has houirht a lot of
ducks and is going into the duck-
raising business: but wo are
afraid the creek is ffoing dry and
then I5ill will have bad luck with
There will be a picnic ono and
a half miles from Kurrevillo on
tho Funuiugton road the :!rd of
August. A ball game between
Kurrevillo aud Sedgwickvillo at
1:30 p. m. will bo one of tho feat
ures. Everybody como and oniov
yourselves. Coihmitte, George
Hatipt, Dun Stallcr and Jacob
Moore. Hill Doouan.
Tho weather is still vcrv warm
nnd dry. Health ia vory good
Thero was prayer meeting at
the Baptist church Sunday.
Horn, to Mr. and Mrs. Allen
lklorman, a big boy.
Mrs. J. F. Horen has just re
turned from Illinois where she
was called by the death of her
Mrs. D. F. Giblor is up from
W'illiaitisvillo visiting friends this
The boys at Hunter's mill weut
up to Alleuville Saturday aud
got ou it whizo. That is. they
went whiising by Doray. Look
out, boys, a wheel will run off
some of thevo days and dowu
will come your meat bouse.
Call on C. 8. Morrison for
whip cracker corn. He has about j
half an aero of the prettiest corn
you ever saw. I
1 understand that the post
muster general has'tiepignated
tho powf offl cb Into a money order
oflicij ,ot ' Itern.Y. That's" good,
but I pity the poor pot muster.
You cancel nil the cold difnks
you want at Tom Hunt's. Ho
goes by the numo of Deray Tom
Morrison can stand lint-footed
and rub tho top of his head.
July 18. Uain is needed.
Everything is drying up, fruit,
vegetables, corn nro about all
played out for want of rain,
lilackberries almost a failure,
some few coining in from the
swamps where they had a rain on
the 4 tli of July.
The blacksmiths are reaping a
harvest this hot. dry weather
resetting wagon and buggy tires.
The Never Dies played a ro
turn game of ball with tho lower
church nine, pluyiug live inniugs.
score I) Ho C in favor of Never
Dies. The feature of the game
was tho pitching of our Willie.
Charleston claims to have the
best team in southeast Missouri,
have not lost a game this ceasoti,
but they never run up against
the Never Dies. They aro the
"A lurgo carload of redwood
shingles has arrived here from
Furndale, Wash., for tho Grin of
Moudley & Poe. Say, those boys
aro selling lots of lumber.
. ,Wm. Hosey and family have
moved to Gordonvillo.
Mrs. It. M. Tirmenstein, of
Jifckson, visited friends and
Seme of our neighbors have to
haul water, others aro digging
wells. Let us have a publis well.
Farmers aro bringing in their
now wheat, but they will have to
have rain if they get any foxtail
Chris Gross has set the stakes
for his new building. The foun
dation wilt soon be laid.
July 23. Permit me a little
space in your honorablo paper
aud I will reply to Hill Doogun
of Ivurrovillo.. This is my first
timo in life to reply to. a false
hood in the columns of a county
"paper. Now, 'concerning1 tho
trick 1 played on the board of
directors at Kurrevillo, for my
part I fuil to see any trick at all.
I will give 11 short detail of this
occasion. ALy school closed on a
rainy day, and I told two of tho
directors that I would not leave
the house dirty, and that I would
on the next day sweep the house
and lill out my term report und
deliver them to the district clerk.
My little boy being very sick 1
had no timo to sweep tho school
house, so I wont'to tho clerk and
piSentod my report, tie demand
ed two . reports. I had no time
thon to njake a second report, so
tho clerk permitted me to make
it at home and met me the next
day at Kurro Bros, stoto and wo
finished transacting our business.
Being in a hurry ou account of
tho illness of my boy I forgot to
give him the key. Then while
raking woods off of a piece of
clover at Mr. Hartle's I lost my
knife nnd tho school house key.
After tho school meeting 1 went
to see the same hoard of trustees
and told Mr. Hiehn that I had
lost tho key. Mr. Doogun says
he was informed that I kept the
key, nnd after they would not
employ me that 1 claimed I lost
the key. hinting that I tried to
forco tho board to employ rro by
koeping tho key. I don't care
who started this, whether it was
Bill Doogan or any one olse, he
is a infamous liar and is no part
of a gentleman, or else he would
not try to do a man injury
through the columns of a news
paper. I know Mr. Doogan and
if it is necessary will publish
what I call a trick on him.
IliUs lor liullittog Hrlilaren.
Notice is hrtbv aiveu that I will
nn July 2tt at t.ao p. m.,t site of
britlice, lot contract for biilldlnp: a
trevtlo britlKo nn pllinit ncross a wash
out on Whitewater creek near lH-lta,
on lands of John Craig.
It. A. Dauoiikhty,
Horn! and )lride Commissioner,
Notice U hereby (Ivcn that I will
on July at at JO.Ort a. m.. at sit of
Uripe, let contract fur buihlini; a
brlrtiftf across branch mi Juekson nnd
Whitewater road two miles south of
Jackson, pour Om. fSiatrenlieimer's.
; - 'K. A. I.tronKHrv.
' Koad and Prlde Commissioner.
; 1.1 1
- The piles that annoy you so will
he quickly and permanently healed
if you use De Witt's Witch Hazel
Salve. Beware of worthless coun
lerfeits. All dealers.
George C. Hasslinger
M l N L AT U R E
Our solicitor willsee
you and tell you luw
you can get thiis pic
Subscrihrt fur X 11 K
II k k A L i) ami yail
vouwtlf of tllirt olFer.
CH1S. P. HURST.
MASON it CONTRACTOR
ALSO I'ltol'litETOll OF,
(iH'-lmlf Mile North of Jackson.
All kliiilsur lliillilliiit ItiHk. On Mi In if, etc.,
fiiriiUlifU mid lnhl In wall If ie-,lretl.
ColltH'tiotH a Spocialty..
Capo (ilrai-itean, Mo.
EDW. D. HAYS,
Attorney at Law
Okkk k Opposite Central Hotel.
JOHN A. SNIDER.
ATTOKNEY - AT - LAW,
Sheriffs Hale. '
lty virtue und authority of a nrwcUl
execution Issuetl from the ofltee of
t he Clerk of the Circuit Court of Cape
lilmrdeHtt County, Missouri, return
able to the August term, lWtl, of mhiJ
Court, und to inu directed In favor of
the Slate of Missouri at the relation
and to the use of K. W. Flentife, Col
lector of the Kevenuu of Cnp (iirar
deau County, in the State of Mis
souri, andaKuiust George llronuecke,
owner of the laud in this suit de
scribed. 1 have levied upon and seized all
the riK'ht, title, Interest and claim of
tlie said (ioortre llrennecko in the
following described real tstnte lyitiir,
being nud situate in the Couutv of
Cape (tlrardeau in the Bute of Mis
Sixty-two acres, bolnif part iu the
north Icilt of tlie Roulbwest quarter,
and the northeast quarter of the
southwest quarter of Section 10,
Township ;u, ltanpe 11, all lyiiurand
IwiiiR in Cupe CiiruiduMii County,
Missouri. 1 Mill 011
Tl'KSDAV, Al'Gl'ST M, Itltil,
between the hours or s o'clock in the
forenoon and 5 o'clork in tlio after
noon of that day, at the south front
door of tlie court-hoitN in the City
of Jaeksoii, County of Cape Girardeau
afore .nld, m-.1I the hunie or so linieli
tltereof as may be required, at public
vendue, to the highest bidder for
ca.-di In hmid, to sutit-fy said i-xecu-
tiou a lid eosts.
Khcrlll of Cat Uirardeuu County, Mo.
if you .
loOuec to to tuarani9iL
V yowr mrr hat WM-
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standard summer styles at 5 cts.
All Straw Hats at half price.
Ladies' Oxfords, a little out of
style, but will give good service
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DIRECTORS: ' :
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