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Tlilt paper Is on flic lit tho ofllce. of
i no i.-iuvngn inrcr-i!an, joit-iow-iiu
JAnt Monroe street, Chicago, where
our rentier will be courteously gni't
cd who may rnro to call upon The
Inter Oe"tn for a tour of inspection
nml Nltfht-M-eliiK through itn inngnlfl
wnt building, in which can he found
every nieehitulenl and disentitle Im
provement of tho nsro In connection
with the needs of 11 grcAt newspaper.
It I a rare treat toany one Interested
In the HtiMn-t and should be taken
fit! vuntijrs of.
Ko.so'u lions of respect and
cards of thanks published in the
JlKKAMi at half t utcs. Jf you want
them published iruo dim t send
them to us.
'frit; fifty-seventh conjrresa
26w in session.
tandivki: wurit a fourth term
in congress. Four terms are too
many for any one man.
Jf iiu'hi.vs tin tlilVureniMj who
brought .(u'l-fo l-'iix, of Freil'jfiflc
town, out fur supremo juls?o. Ho
will hold th Fort in this county.
Tub tli-iiiix-rat.s have eleven
raiiiliilatos fur the nomination if
Mipronie ju'Jiro of Missouri.
Atniinjr them nro Judt;e Foil and
Judge Fox of southeast Mi.-.souri.
A FKW are yet 111 an ears for
the l'ruaress. We trust they
will attend to this at oneo. U'e
inivH waited patiently on them,
l'lease favor us with a prompt
We thought yuii ulvnyst;ot
cash in advance
Tut: Daily Kejiublicaii
week had a great deal to fay
11 pout "Hill's Dynamo." His ro
marks are of a eireniulociitory
nature, and as we were horn and
raised iu Missouri "wo must lie
shown, (rive Hill's other name
and show us and we will bo able
to investigate the truth of your
I'KKSIDKNT lioOSKVl-XT is
Unking for lea.lors in Missouri
that placo party above self. Ho
2s on the tight track, but we
have many supposed party
Workers who are looking on'y for
self. To prove it try to turn
them dowu when thoy havo 11
good position, and their party
ardor wanes and iu many eases
they wish to ruin the follow who
Co to Work.
We hear a good deal of talk about
good toads. Why don't someone
Btart out with a petition to pre
sent to the county court for a
good road from Jackson to Fruit
Jand? Every time a farmer re
pairs his fence on that road he
sets it out and throws the
roud more in tho creek. A now
roadbed should he made up this
crook. Tho old road hould bo
condomued und a now road sur
veyed back from the creek so
that a good road could be made,
Iti can never bo done on tho old
hfcd. The county court is -put-iiug
a new bridge across Hubble
creek on this road, therefore now
is the time for those good road
people to do something besides
tdlk. They should go to work.
J:V.Urynn of Lewder, Ills. ,v rites:
"My little hoy wu very low with
pneumonia. Unknown to the doc
tor we gave himFoleiHoneyand
Tar. The result was maglcil and
puzzled tho doctor, as it immedi
ately stopped tho rucking cough
and he quickly recovered." All
Attention, Tax payer.
The undersigned collector of
the revenue of Cape (lirardeau
county, Missouri, will meet tho
tax-payers of said county for the
purpose of receiving tho taxes
for tho year l!01, at tho following
times and places:
From Dccetnlier ii, J'JOl, to
Junuary 1, 1902, at my office iu
Notice is hereby given that all
those who fail to pay at the times
and places us above may expect
to havo their property seized,
levied upon and sold for the pay
ment of tho same with costs.
Back Tax Hooks wilt not bo
taken with me; those desiring to
pay the same will find the liooks
at uiy oiilce in Jackson.
E. W. Flentge,
Collector of Cape Girardeau
Foley s honey and Tut
cure voids, prevents pneumonia.
Due. 5. -As X have not seen
anything' from our little town I
will give you a call.
Wheat is looking well consider
ing th? dry weather. Corn all
Holt hauling is tho go now.
We understand that Mr. Hoff
man is going to move his stnvo
factory from snider's ALII to
Whitewater. Wo wish Mr. Hoff
We understand that our efficient
school teacher, W. E. Andrews.
Is going to resign his school in
Snider district and take charge
of tho school at Deray.
Frank Dunn, of Whitewater,
!ot a fine cow from feeding too
many turnips. Quite a loss for
We hear that Mr. Wilson Jones
has ipiite ft desire to tuko his gun
und go a hunting of late. Mr. II.
Khodes has succeeded iu gaining
llrother IJluo John hurry up.
Doc. 5 Some ono wants to
know what became of the three
legged rooster that was taken to
the institute ai. Jackson.
Tho turkey shoot runic off all
() K, but. Albert l'oe's gun failed
to draw a prize. How about it,
Morley? They must havo gotten
behind a trie.
Dr. lireide, of tho "ape, was
here Sunday attending a sick
horso for Coon r'ciuicrs.
Conrad Seimers shipped a nico
lot of hogs last week.
Miss Hesiu Hunt has been
very sii k.
Capt. Hunt and family spent
Thanksgiving at the Cape with
their daughter, Mrs. (Iracu
Mr. Schmidt and lady made a
Hying visit to tho Cape Saturday.
An amuteur mir.strel has prom
ised to give Ooidonvillo a visit
soon. Come on, boys; anything
The dance at Seimers' ball was
well attended, ami. like nearly all
others, had tho objectionable few
who want to show how small they
are. If they got what Corbett
did a few nights ago they would
act more like gentlemen, or stay
Ed. ICerstner says he read in
the HiiHALi) that (Jordonvillo was
about to lose her painters. Ed.
is all right. Ho reuds the right
paper." Jf a few moro would like
to read tho IJkhald wo will lake
their subscription and see that
they gel the best paper published
in Cape county, and purely first
clas republican, too.
December 0. Wo have been
liviug in darkness for several
days. Have not teen tho sun for
a week, and our coal oil has ab
sorbed so much water that wo
can't have light sullicient to do
necessary work day or night.
Hut I reckon that accounts for
our continued drouth. So much
water is consumed in making
good oil and whiskey.
Miss Torio Harp arrived homo
from Oregon ten days ago and
was married to Jeff Howard on
Our school has been ranking a
very satisfactory record aud we
am glad to stuta that the little
episode which happened lately
was not blamed to the teachers
or their discipline.
Mrs. Frank Caldwell, who has
been severely stricken with ma
laria or typhoid fever for more
than four weeks, is reported
J. R. Howard Is now comfort
ably enscoueed in his new resi
dence which in point of style,
construction and convenience is
Dale Miller's uew residence in
the south part of town, is nearly
ready for occupancy.
Kcekou the coal oil barons
have struch another gusher and
their tanks are over-llowingj
Hope thoy will let her run till
our cisterns und ponds till up a
It takes Jeff Fropst to catch a
rabbit napping, but Aunt Salley
Miller takes tho cake uu 11 'pos
som huut when they invade her
poultry roost. Her grandson.
Dale Miller, was arnucd from his
slumbers at a lato hour ono night
last week by un unusual noiso
about tho wood yard, and on in
vestigation found his grandma,
61 ycaii o!d, finis!;': ; up a 'pos-
som with an axe, which she had
caught in tho act of carrying off
one of her chickens seventy five
. Who else has a -grandma 80
years old, who nan got up at 20
p. m., catch a 'possoro, run a foot
raco and chop his head off with
an axe. Darkis,
Sherlirs Kale r Itenl Estate In
In the Circuit Court of Capo Girar
deau County, Missouri,
Amnut Term. 1001.-
Friday, AuKiist 13, It being thn fifth
(lav of the regular August Term,
IHUl, of tho said Court held at
Jnekson, Cape tlirardeau County,
Orocn J. Crndi-r ami John 1
J. Crader, infants, hy
their Guardian, A. J. D.
V'lllliiui K. llelderman,
Hy Tlrt.ue mid authority or an or
der of sale Issued from the otllce of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court at
J ac knoll, Cape Oirardeuu County,
State aforesaid, and to 1110 directed,
1 will on
TJIUIiSnAY, JANUARY i, 190 J,
la-tweon the hmirs of t) o'clock In the
forenoon anil i o'clock in thn after
!!"wi of that day, at tho south front
door of the roui t-linuse in tho city of
Jackson, said county of Cano (ilrar.
(lean and stale of Missouri, sell at
iliblio auction to the highest bidder
or cash in hand the following do-
scribed real estate lyint? and being- In
me coimi.v or t ape turanleaii and
State of Mitsouri, to-wit:
MO-KKi acn-M, more or li s, n.u t of
Survey No. viW, Township :il, Ilanire
It, bCKiiiiiinir on the smith line of the
(travel road In said Survey so from
whirl) a mulberry 10 Inches 111 diame
ter bears north SO deureeH wikI ilf.
links; llietieo south l! decrees east
1 - chains a corner; tln-noe south
;l degrees west l.ito chains, a
corner on the east line of the
t'llppard and llinkln mill traet,
troin which an elm :iu IneheB
in (Ihiineler lienrs south K4 d-irrees
west S: links; thence north l.fiO
chains to the northeast, corner of said
mill traet on tho south hm- of said
gravel road: thence north "7i it
grei-s east with said gravel road to
ine place or neginmng ami being the
Willie traet acnuin-d bv Jacob
t'r.-id.-r from S irah C. Iavis by d.-ed
of record in llook li.'i, at nae :il.l. of
thn laud r.-oiirds of Cape (iirarileau
ItK.K.VIf Altl) Olll'KKI..
.ShcrilT of Cane (iirarileau Counlv. to,
Order or Publication.
In the Circuit Court of Cine Cirar-
deaii County, State or M issouri, in
vacation, Thursday, November 14,
Andrew Jackson Taylor, I Divorce,
Now, at, this, day comes plaintiff.
oy nor attorney, j-aiward 1). Hays,
ai il files lo r petition and aflldavit,
alli'glng, among othert hings. that the
(leieiulaiit, Andrew Jackson Taylor,
is 11 non-resident of the .State of
Whereupon it is ordered by the
clerk of hts court, in vacation, that
the said defendant, be notified bv
publication that plaintiff has com
menced a suit in ibis court against
him, the object and nature of which
is to obtain a decree of divorce from
the bonds of matrimony contracted
between the plaintiff mut defendant,
on t he grounds of abandonment, and
that unless the said defendant, An
drew Jackson Taylor, be and appear
at this court, at I lie next term thereof,
to be begun and ho!deu at the court
house, in the Citv of Jackson, in said
county, on the nth dav of January,
next, and on or before the third dav
of said term, if t he term shall so long
continue and if not, then on or be
fore the last day of said term answer
or plead to the petition in said cause,
the name will be taken as confessed,
and judgment rendered accordingly.
And it, is further ordered, that 11
copy hereof be published according
to law, in the Jackson II khai.ii, a
iM'wsp.iiier published in the county of
Cape (tlrardeau, Missouri, for four
weeks successively, the last insertion
to be at least, fifteen days before the
commencement of tho next term of
Attest; I'.dwnrd 1). Hays, attorney
A true copy from the record.
Witness my hand and the seal of
said court this 14th davof November,
A. I)., 1)101 . Cunts. K. IIkttkn.
Clerk of thn Circuit Court.
Slierill 's Sale.
Tly virtue and authority of a special
execution issued from 'the office of
the Clerk f the Circuit Court or Capo
(iirarileau County, Missouri, return
able to th January term, I'.KlL', of said
Court, and to 1110 directed In favor of
Thomas 1'oe aud Ida I'.aris against
Mary Cooper and Charles Cooper,
owners of tho land in thlssuit de
scribed. I, the undersigned sherilf of Cape
Girardeau county, Missouri, have
levied upon and seized all the right,
title, interest ami claim of the said
defendants, tho following described
real estate, lying, beintf and situated
in the County of Cape (iirarileau and
state or Mlsoiitirr, trt-wit:
The southwest quarter of the
northeast quarter of section 14, town
ship 2'.i. ranga 11.' containing forty
(W) acres. All lying and being in
Cape (Iirarileau county, Missouri.
1 will on
THURSDAY. JANUARY 0, liinj,
between the hours of 0 o'clock in tho
forenoon ami . o'ejock" ill the after
noon of that day, at the south front
door of the court-house iu the City
of Jackson, County of Cape (lirardeau
afore .ai.l, sill the same or so much
thereof as may be required, at public
vendue, to the highest bidder for
cash lu band, to satisfy said execu
tion and costs.
Sheriff of Cape II irardeau county, Mo.
Notion is hereby given that letters
of administration upon tho estate of
Sarah K. llalley . deceased, havo been
granted tho undersigned by the Pro
bate court of ('ape tiirardoau county,
Missouri, bearing dalo the 17th day
of August. ltd.
All persons having claims against
said estate are required t" exhibit
them to me for allowance within one
year from tliu date of said letters or
they may be precluded from any
benefits of such estate; and if said
claims be not exhibited within two
years from the date of publication of
this notleo thoy will bo forever
barred. Ji'i.irsK. I'siukck,
in the coff bin not
a pleasant thought,
yet when coffees are
kept open in bulk who
knows what different
"things" come climb
ing and floating in t
sealed packages insure
mess, uniform quality,
It is currently reported that
Col. O. C. Thilenius will not con
sent to be a candidate for ro
election to the office of repre
sentative. Tho colonel has made
a record as a legislator and has
won the commendation of tho
thinking people of the county
regardless of party. Tho great
muss of tbo voters of Cape Girar
deau county will regret to see htm
quit public life, for they know
his worth and his honesty and
they havo high confidence nf his
wisdom. Hut if it ho true, as re
ported, that Col. Thilenius is de
termined to retire from politics,
then it becomes tho duty of the
republican party to consider tho
choice of his successor. Our
representative should bo a true
blue republican. Ho should be a
mau who is awake to the atrocious
misdeeds of the Missouri democ
racy in its management of state
affairs for tho past generation. A
oun who is not afraid to battle
against tho influence of demo
cratic campaign boodle procured
from corporations by state offi
cials for legislative bribery, and
he should bo a man who is not
only willing to tight corruption
hut is mentally able to copo with
It is rumored that Dr. A. L.
Franklin, of Dutchtown. expects
to become a candidate for this
ollieo. Dr. Franklin has tho
necessary qualifications. He is a
young, progressive, energetic
professional man with the re
quisite courago and intelligence."
If he should enter the race and
should bo nominated and elected
this county might well feel that
the interests of his constituents
would be properly guarded.
He bulk Township.
According to announcement
the auxiliary to tho St. Louis
Provident association met at the
IIeualu office and elected Win.
Taylor president and L. M.
On motion the time for the
annual rabbit hunt shall bo on
Monday, December 23.
That each and every township
is requested to organize and elect
a captain and they must bo in
Jackson on Wednesday. Decem
ber 18 at 1 p. m. for the purpose
ot completing the organization.
That tho farmers of tho couuty
are respectfully asked to allow
the rabbit hunters to huut rab
bits on their premises on that
Adjourned to meet at the Her
ald office on December 13.
Wm. Taylok, President.
L. M. Bean, Secretary.
W. II. Miller filed a motiorr
for a' now trial in tho West caso
spoken of in this issue. His
motion was sustained and the
case will bo tried again at Ken-
Kinder &. Schmuke have a
very fine line of rugs for the
Julian Miller returned home
from Fulton yesterday on occount
of tho smallpox. He will return
the first week in January.
Tho annual rabbit hunt will be
on December 23.
Head Ilasslinger's big ad. on
Hy Johnson Ilinklo and posted
boioro 1 nos. a. Allen, justice of
the peace in Kinder township.
Cape Oi.iardenu county, on the
L'Tth clay of November, MRU, tho
following property: Ono bay
horse about d years old and
about liftecn hands high, mane
lies ou left side of neck and ap
praised 25. Johnson Hinki.k.
A Most Liberal Olfer.
All our farmer readers should take
advantage of the unprecedented
clubbing offer we this year make,
which includes with this paper The
Live Stock Indicator, its special
tanners' Institute Kditions and The
Poultry Farmer. Those three publi
cations are the best of their class and
should be in every farm home. To
them we add, for local, county and
general news, our own paper, and
make tv-' ,- . 11
four for one
year only -
Wc havo firecracker, elephants and toys,
Everything to suit tho boys;
To see our slock, your head would whirl
For w also have things for the girls.
Shoo fly horses, battleships and dishes
All tho children ever wishes,
Albums and the celluloid ball,
Toy men that jump and bawl,
Picture books and tho merry-go-round.
Things ornimental and very sound;
Tops that spin until they fall
. Something good for each and all.
Meier Brothers' Hardware Store,
uniuuc fe. nii
Officio On South High Street,
over Capo County Savings ltank,
Jackson, Missouri. Office phone,
172; residence, 173.
Dr. 0. V. Alsop,
in All Its 1 (ranches.
Office phone 178 :: Ilesidenco 73
JACKSON. - MISSOURI.
Dr. J. L. Jenkins,
DE NTI ST
Ovgr Schuvfer's Slum.
Gold Fillings, Silver Filling. Ce
ment Fillings. Artificial Teeth.
Teeth cleaned. Plates repaired.
1'ainless Extraction free when Plates
Dr. E. P. Emerson
Special attention given to
WOMEN AND CHILDREN.
Ofxice On South High Street, one
door uoith Savings Hank.
Will pnictlioln nil
Courts of County.
Collections a Spex-ialty,
Capo Ciirarileaii, Mo.
EDW. D. HAYS,
Attorney at Law
Okkke Opposite Central Hotel.
JOHN Ai SNIDER,
ATTOKNEY - AT - LAW.
I'alrn M'liKtotrtlun .
Hit 1 Jl.ti.lfc'llt Mil l LM.
t i.ii uiicr.
Lotiiktlll. i. Montgomsrt. '
H ultoit. T. Columbus. Ca. "
ichmond.Va. Birmingham. Alj. Jacktomlltt. Fit
( O nice
Itodol Dyspepsia Cure
DlgMte what you eat.
Yes. we havo silverware for the ladles,
ADC blocks for the babies,
Watches for the man and boy,
And something all will enjoy.
Our toys are of
Jackson Exchange Bank
Kctnoved to New .Building
South Side of Wt Main
)URING THE HOLIDAYS Call on
Schaefer. lie will well you goods at
right irice.s. Anything in the Dry Goods
line. Especially do we invite your attention
HE LOW PRICES alone have no chariru for uh. 3
jjE Naked cheapness does . not tempt us to drop an f
g iota from the established standard.- We try to
S get good goodst,a nd then we must sell them for if
a reasonable profit, for it is the PROFIT that 3
enables us to stay in business at the old stand, 3
TO THE PUBLIC:
WK, the unilersienoil, take pleasure In announcing to tho pooplo ot
Capo Girardeau and adjoining counties, that we havo leased
Wilkinson's Mill on Annie Creek, and aro now roiitlv tn ftcnnmina.
date tlio public with
We aro niaiiufaetui iug
Wo ;il also do a general exchange liiisiness iu Hour, meal, hran
and shipstuil. Wo will give our personal attention to the hu-int us at all
tinicH and milieit 11 t-hare of the public patronage. Ucspeetfujly,
Theiss & Theiss, '
tin, iron and rubber,
like thomare no others,
will Just suit mother,
arc suro to pleaso brother.
The saying, "Christmas comes but once a year,"
Is as truo now as In days of yore,
So If you good gifts would buy,
Call at Meier Brothers' Hardware Store.
"PRIDE OF ALTENBURQ"