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DEMOCRAT PRINTING GO., PuMiSfters.
CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1898.
Vol. XXIII No 28
t .u.. ..I,:...
roi uicumre io years o anu was
elected, but owing to tli. cunning of
the Democrats in- was beaten out of
tin; office by a D-moi-i-atir circuit court.
Mr. Flentge wants to try it over again
ami he will hit v.- bolter luck this time.
The n?vntleman is :t prominent business
man f this city, having started as a
poor liny and built himself up, not
or.'r h'liniicia'.ly. but in the estimation
of his f.-ili
Something About the
Men Who Ask the!
Votes of the People.
itizens. Having made
A Mronn Ticket and One oroposedja satfyi of his own business h'i can
of .Mm Who Are in i:ery Way j safely ! intrusted with yours.
Worthy. ; . F. HETTKX.
People always lero to know some- ! This geiit.eman is our present cir
"thing about the man whom they are j1''1 '"l'"' k. ami hi- lias made such an
asked to vote fur, and quite naturally : "X'"e!lent ' i;:cia! that Lis friends have
so because all good citizens want to I made hi'u a candidate for another
see their public aiTairs ad!ni:i:'stered j term. He has been one of the best
by the lxjst mer. obtainable. Uelow j'ircuit r lerks tho county ever had and
wiil lie found brief reference to the -' na txwn complimented tvy memtiers
candidates on tb: Ilepublicai' ticket ra
this county, ard
press aod circuit
i oi the
also those for ( on- j nea.iJ.-i
judge. Tie gentie-
h.ir all over the state for tt
s and aei ui aey of his recort'
WILLIAM t'A n.
men named ; weii-kncwn
the citizens i( the county
may thfx- who have
to most of j
but th-:re '"'
as he is better known, the wa'.k-encyclopu-dia
f county atTairs,
en -u-re l
ttruiu v !rt fiir :i vir.iMv.iihii;'!
t candidate for reduction to the
of county cierk. Mr. 1'aar was
are u-.t so veil acquainted with them, I ' !-"nie years city v ierk of Cape
and would like further information 'irardcau. is the .-:-,yor of Ja kson
on-f min- them. jt.nd has :':1W vari-ius positions of
It jnay . said wiihout the sl'ijhtest j 'ri:"t- He is ore- of '.he old resident..
Jesi-o to trow bouquet .i? anybody j ani1 every oodr th- knows him iv 1
strop.'"- I menu, i ;.- i- ..ni iiiiie most com
Colonel S. W. Fordyce
Out of a Job.
'hat this is jn all resjiec;- the .strong- ""lend, i- .,ni f the
est 'ticket r.er nominated bv i:v partr I teoiis and obHjriui.'--.f olliciaU and iia- I
' 1 - ' . 1 fl I'eTl
in tin- rr-unify, and : is n!f v,!ij.:'i ; no' M'-IU'iJ jin'it wnere r.e thinks ,
sbf'Uid coeduand the eiith;.--iatic s.iti- j 'OUrt house :iis own prtVRte
jnt of every lover f ap:-.bw. ef'i- property, lie a;.'iud- close". y to
-l-nt am' f'on;nt fovn-firent i nes. bit atlwajv :inds tim to
' with to lit i
;wR(.;k ai. .vji.i:v. i innis au aeuv
This ;rentlwman is a ciMvdidat-.; for!alid to tivstt .-tr;.
'on'res- t sucevd Vnyinau i "iJeratjoa wl.icj
Vandiver. He is a lawvr and his i ilI4,1','i'11 -"' '
home j- ;it CliarliUin Mjs.-iss ippi 1 1 Vi r is i'ood f.-tr ;;nother term
::oun'y. Mr. "dih.-y is a ountr t.iau. .los...'ii kokhj-j:
bntiny, 'bar-headtd. uti'a'ulu and! is a T-sieer: of .taokfou. r.id our
'onscientto'.ts, and if ol-ited wt 1 do j pivn-nt iirob.r-- judp.
all in !ii- pow-r : satisfy .hi? con- d:date for ve- '.ee'lon fri.-m)
stiuicitrs thai faey mud" no n: stak" j w.'ll i M.'ly to . j.;s Mijiiort rj -Section
rtr tnat the rote
at e?ist eniej'h i'i ( .'ace hiir.
ill" pale of tn.w. Jiidtre
in clift:.rir him. He. is a pronsive, i cay ar.vi
en-r-etic ::i.ni. a.'id vu; In- de jndel ! fir hin.
upon lo le .s'niie.(iiiiLr niorv i.hiin a i beyond
;-iph';r i'a ru'd he r-uo-i-i! in his recent KoePKr has a careful unil con
.aspivatieiis. lie or tiie vL'.it .-ide i cieut:o.is o'Jciai an-j isas --ri.il ii' ii ! v
.! public iiti. suons, .h be'ie:-es in j protet 'td the in'eiv.-ls of tr.inors and
no.ind uivnev. MrtVrc: inn for Aocriean i wards It, t i- court.
i:-jvai:i.: u. ii.vvs
ur.n enian is a ..awver
I.AUOi: S.VVlMi M.vt illXKItY. j
Some MatlYtH-H Which will l'rxvc ol 1
Interest to Farmers. I
The Dkmockat publishes the fol
lowing with the Kdief that it will be
of interest to the many farmers'who
read this paper.
The Commissioner of Labor has
just issued a report showing the effect
of machinery on labor. The report
jroes into details, and araony other
"There would le no quarrel with
the conclusion that machinery has
lowered the cost of products' when it
is known 'hat under the machine
method thci-o is an inc:-ea:d demand
for labor, a- a rule. The beat-in;; of
the supply of labor is problematical.
.Sometimes there is a irtck. oftentimes
a Mirp'us of labor. The statistical
mctr.oii. as in the iiec-t iiinon wasres. I i-v.L.t.
becomes inuieative of the truth, and
to those who beli-'Ve machinery has in
jrcn-val lowered iost, conciusivtdy.
The statistics pr sented make evident
ini'.i i:ici-e nas Tjeen a larire inoivase ;,.. f,.;,., ,it;... f....i.... ,,....i ,u,..
gentleman. lie had an opportunity to
hcit liii.s city and at the same time
benefit, his road, but he calmly and
cooily ignored Cai (Jiriydeau and
procf -ded witii his ojH.rjtions. It will
lie rememU-iid that wheu the matter
ol coming over tlie river and running
to Delta was broaclfcd. the Cape was
very anxious to have the road come
in here. The business n.eu of tin; city
interested thtvnseives in the matter
anu soon nan t'.o.ooo raised asuhonus
to induce this step on tin; part of the
road. While the amount named was
not in cash it consisted for trie most
part of terminal facilities :.r.d rijrht
of way which reached that siiir. in
value. When the matter was brought
to the attent ion of (ol. Kord'ee he
told the people that lie was reaily
Very anxious to come in here but that
Mr. Hotsck would not let him, and
would throw every obstacle in his way.
The committee bad become familiar
with. .Mr. Hotlck's position i:; l!i ut
ter and they knew the statement of Col.
Kordyce was not correct. As a mat
ter of fact Mr. Hourk interposed no
OI K WHEAT PUOlil'tTION.
secretary ol Agriculture Thinks t:.e
1'rice ol' Wheat Will tio Higher.
In response to the question, What
'is the annual production of wheat in
; the I nited States?" the Secretary of
The iau Who snubbed t ape Uirar- j Ajri-icultur. ivivntty said :
deau. and t ut tils Xose tir to ; "It will be about tioO,(XK,000 busheis
spite Ills Face, is in the soup. i this year. The commercial agencies
ol. S. W. Fordyce is no longer I make it TW.OtXI.OOO, but we do not
president t.f the '-Cotton Belt" rail- j agree with that estimate. We have
road. At a recent meeting of the ; ten agents in the tield to their one,
board of directors' held in New York i and we will not do any guessing ahead
the Colonel '-declined"' re-election and ! at this time of y.-ar to please any one.
Kdwin Could was elected president, j I have no doubt the people who want
Husse! I Harding was chosen as vice- j to buy wheat would like to have us
president and as such will have charge
of the properly of the road. Mr.
Harding has the reputation of bein
Out for a Good Time.
Rudy Huhn of the Prescott House
entertained several young friends of
his from St. Louis last night. In the
party ard R. W. Lambert, Joseph H.
Shaw, .Martin Thoimire and Thomas
Matthias. These young men are all
accomplished musicians and are on
their way from St. Louis to New Or
leans in a shanty boat. They are well
supplied with violins, mandolins, gui-'
tars and other musical instruments
and are taking the trip as an outing.
They want to see the coti-,,-y on tho
river below here and will put in the
winter along the route. Having pro-"
vided themselves with guns and am
munition they will do 'some hunting
when they reach localities where there
is any game. The boat is nicely fitted
up and nothing has been omitted
in the number of persons required fo
the production of the -irticies consid-
red. in ord r to meet pi-escnt demands
;han were necessary to meet tiie de
mandstin.? "- the hand labor system.
i)n iritei-..t;isg result is to show how
! extensive is the hand
j auction f ven now.
In ai ricult ;i-e tr.
among other things
orimit've methods l:
method of nro-
make a big estimate, but we won't do
it. The wheat crop of the world is
going to be splendid this "year. Hut
;i tine railroad man. wiiu-li even his " cus us witn emjiy oms anu no ic-
be.-t friends never claimed for Colonel ' serve. Tor that reason I believe il.e i which could contribute to the comfort
price of wheat will yo higher. , and convenience of the travelers. The
The jieople of the CaiK.-will have no '"Another thing the theorists about party will remain here for about a
tears to shed over the fact iiial Col. j crop conditions don't consider, is the I week, and while here the people may
Fordyce is no longer president of the i improvement in the methods of pro-j have an omiortunitv to hear the ex-
j i -
r are not tilled vith i dnetion which is being spread among cellent music they make.
the farmers every year bv the Agri-i
cultural Department, and through the
Agricultural Colleges. The farmer is
learning every year how to get more
out of his land. He is learning for
Cotton licit, as tin
I ! : , I
i.ii'i a'.i MilliiU it l leu
to eig;;'. hours, and under
coin live t, sever, hours
minutes, v.iiere two
" " " i from
.-, ,. .i -. - Tue ;j..odern
: . -s ,i o.-;a--!Ug
... ana fort v-two
nortes v.erw use a. and Ironi thre-; hours
an-.' four minutes t-. six hours and
j forty minutes witii thi-'.v hor-es. Tiie
Iter, hours reuuir.d tinder tiie earlier
n- i can- i .,,...,-. .!.,... ,. ....... ., u. .
i ..... in..,, ..ii- i -.'-n .;i-,v i::e 01 -
uucec to six
by one niod-
labor acu indu? tries and wi!'. Ie a
v.arm su:-portor .'.f tilt .lumitiistration
wjiicl: ccnductei '.h- :ate vrr with
-Spair to sucii a s-a'i- !'.fcto'-v .-. inclu
sion. iii:xi. k. iijtis.
Tiiis li.iiui- .vi:' lie faisiilitc to aii
who l-c.ad this artie'e :.s tn.-loiigi.ng to
one who '- a shirin L'ght it t'i Cape
Cirard-iai" b:i.-. The .gentiei!ia is a
Candida- for the hijjh atni res pons!-
sou. lie i- a camli
e of t'rurt rllting At
i's has developed mneb
vsiont of J ick
date for th:- ottk
i.neui as ;, lawyer anu viii make a!
most seceptibie prosjculing attorrey. ;
J'u. a. i. klom-e's.ij:. .
:'' :" andi-Jitte. for Coroner. .He I
served two years in that office and is I
thoroughly familiar witi the drties i
narv st--l p.o-.v. wer
I hours arid foi tv minute
rei.lM ,,,,,, ; ,
-- u .lll.l i:- ijlMUS UIIHCI atl
; ether, where horses drew a similar
jpiow. Fertilizing .-rouna re;iuired
twenty-live iiours und'-r t:;!, earlier
i method, and but one hour by the
.' Modern drill.
"In digging trees, the Uiacliir.'- in
? genera! reducd the tl:i:e bi.-tw.-en one
I seventh itnd oi!e-ti,ii tee:;th of 1'ie old
'.time, ami in sm.-ii grain harvesting,
itfie seif-biiider !;: rsduced 1 e limi-
example how to conserve the water
supply. Irrigation is gving to make
fertile some of our barieii land, but
only so far as ths water supply wili
go. We can dam the rivers whose
waters are now viing to waste and
store up again.-t a future need, out
more than that, we can make- k-rtile
now without irrigation land which a
few years ago would been called a
desert. Science shows that soil needs
no more than six inches of rai:: to
make it productive. Ail else that fails
oil it is evaporated
Never say lile.
Many desperate cases of kidney dis
eases pronounced incurable Imvc been
cured by Foley's Kidney Cure. Many
physicians use it. W. H. Coorver
The Toledo Weekly lSlnde.
Kvery intelligent family needs in
addition to their local paper, a good
national weekly. The greatest and
most widely known general faunf'
n vspa;H-r is the Toledo Weekly 15Ir.de. .
For thirty years it has been a regular
visitor in every part of the Union and
is well known in almost every one of
the 70.ii.xj ,),s-offices in t!w cvuutry.
If six inches of ! Il t'li'-t't! uilfc retei-enceio a liatiat
blandly stood o:
their offer, tried
stt:Jity on the shoulders of Mr. Houck
and went To Ci-i.--
; r. ... : . i . . -in i i.vi i- .i
. nir cuiiiii;. Uiiiiiiiig aiiU shock. " lO!,.
about one-cigi.th of tliat ut.. th
objection whatever. So Col. F
rain ;ell in a day mucli of it would
evaporate in the natural course, and
only a small part would remata. Hut
the farmer today spreads dust over
circu'at-on. It is a republican paper,
but people of all polities take it, be
en ,ise of it honesty and fairness in
i.ie titsetission ol ail liutdie ouestion
" lOU. SlIT.-auS UUSl OVer j vimih. ..,.S11U
.-wiy watered tield and so keeps j isl' favorite family paper, w
oistiire from disappearing. sonn-triir.g for every member of 1
-.1... : Ihn u. !.'.! , i.
IJesides. we are investigating con-, '"''-!
our ; eopie. igno:VU
:o shift the i- s:ion-
b!e jiosit oji of -ircrit judj
i;.iii.irat.''ns for the otiiee r;
iied even by tiles.; of rn oppo
.litical faitl , and .igau st his
-. i ll ; pertain in;' to it.
couee- j tor is prop-ietoi
Ue po- i Iji'Od liojie street u: ihjs city.
iiitntC- .UJW Alt!) II. KXUKL.V'.XX.
iter has iKt;-r Ikcd evvi tiie faint sus- In the c-isj.- of this candidate ;verv
nicio!: of rumor. XI r. Havis will ', thi.'ig is p-scticaliy over, except shout
L'o through the lutri' u s -.,-ithout any linir. He U :i cauuidate for re-election
strings on Kim and ir dec-tea as he j to t':e ol'i'je of common pleas ci-.:rk
hopi's to U-., he will f-"ove i-u iionor 'and will b -el-M-ted bv as ar'e a ma-
t.rnniUve system, in toieshin. the
ratio of tiiii" Used is .mot-M than .V2 to
1 in favor of the maciuue.
In corn plantin. the old .-li. thod
took nearly six times as long'. One
ol tiie comparisons show that the
manufacture of l,iiion.-jiound loaves
At present the Hoc- I
of a drt'g stfu-e on
j of bread is reduced :n cost Trot::
to and in time from 1
hours. In making "bHI pounds of diarv
butter, machinery cut the cost down
from !). (id to l.Ts. :nd from 12." to
ressing was made to f.ales. in
curing his terminals am; right of v.av
at Cray's I'oint th- l)i:sir..ss-Hk'e
Colonel expended something
'v. t . t . itroolis
says thitthis little girl is troubled with
malaria very severely, and that since
he gave h.-j-.aiiiliur j Jitters, he never
line ...- thinks of leavin" New Vmv- f.. l,i
'jeo lor wnat wnubi have heen cheel
!o the b-nei' and a cred' to tie- p'opli
.vlio elev at'-j' him to that po.-it;im.
i;. :. thit..;xj"s
This gentlt man, who a
jo.' ity as ary man on the ticket. Mr.
Kug-hnan:' I as made an i Jeal olticer. j;1 's
no wo'-ds of criticism erer bavin-''1''''1
How I iiplcasani
to see a N-autifu! child's
;ii--d with .vile humors, bur.-
udidatei been heari' -e'-anlinir him. 1 e en iovs ! through the skii; iiimidi s. biotehe
of being- one of the
have i-vi-i had in the
in. millions verdict of!
ity and county for so j every body is that l i t l-ingelmann de- I
lie name of Thilenius i serves anoth.-r ti-riu and ti:ev will see !
synoniyiiji.iis vith in-i that he get f it.
is too well-known t tin
!o need , tiny introduction. Having l-st . oIliciaN
!h-cn identilii-j' with the busij'ivs in-! county
t.-i-ests of the
iia-f long lx-eli
t.-giity. iibilil' and iusJaesr- enter-; (.ii.uti.f
prise. While .!tol having serv-.i the i is a candidate
M-oj-Je in any p-jblic tdlice. exeei'l that : The gentli-n an is
of mayor of this city, his ni.-- ex- clear-he:ided biisini
ptL.'-ietice well qu-j lilies iiim to L'il the I t ie people i:. former y
jiosil:on of rejires -ntative. Oil. TJiiie-! j idge and his itvord
nius is no si.'vo tongued orato-- but otlice was an excellent on,-,
in a g-lie rai ail abound gab-fesr' we' f. t: MIKI.i.kk.
will back him against any mnn who! This gentleman is a caudidat
can l"! iroduceo. 1 he (.olonej was in county judge of the First district. Me
the lloiiring mill business hi re for) is one of the best men on the ticket
years, and llour v! his ma'iiufael'jix; j and wii! be ei'i-u-d.
has tak'-n premimiis at the world fairs 1 K. n. mkykk.
at Vien.ua. 1 'hilade.'jihia and other! Mr. Meyer ho is one of our present
places. Col. Thileni is is a man who I county judges is a candidate for re
will mak'- a model representative in election to the oflice of c mntv judo
i.- Second district. He has made
and soii-s, and sadder still, when the
young and innocent are laughed
and twilled m all such cases. Parent:
:s liAKTKi.s :
for presiding- judge.
a farmer and a good, i
man. He served
ars as county
while in that
,'ive them that good and pui
."Millibar Uittei-s. which will
Olll Ol llie in
f humor.- Health
the Jx-gislature. He y;iii- ih;i1
Kvery body knows jo'Iy Men Cockel
of Jackson. He was born and reared
at the Caje and is well and favorably
known by everybody in .'lie. county.
Ben is a candidate for Sheriff, and a
man who enjoys his repptation and
has as many friends as he has, ought
to experience no dillieuity in getting
almost anything he wants. Men will
be oar next Sheriff.
a fur ST UDK.
this Jackson citizen asks the votes
of the people for the office o
urer. He is an old resident of the
an excellent i-ecord
as an odiciai
Heart-burn from excessive smoking,
or from any other cause, is relieved
by the lirt ilose of Xn. 0, )r. Hum
phreys' .Sp.-c.iic i'li- Dyspepsia. iV
; rial M usio Oiler.
Send us the names and address.. ,f
i three or more performers on the piano
.vi oi;;a.i. Lo-eiiiei- wun ien cents in
'silver or postage and we will mail von
lreas-!ten nieces full shee mni.. .
of lioiiular son's. w-.-ilt-..s m-.,.,.i,.,..
county, numbers his friends by the i an. arranged for the piano amine'
score, and when the votes are counted : etc.. Address.
it will be found that he has avervnieei I'opui.ak Music Pub. Co.,
majority oyer his opponent. " Indianapolis, iDd.
E. W FLENTGK. Glad Tldl nus to Asthma Sufferers'
ZhV,th; manWh iS candidatei Foley. Honey and Tar gives quick
for Collector. He was a candidal 1 and positive relief in all eases.
Joseph A. .! uden .Married.
I.- l... :.) i t. i . i , . .
, i turn nit- L.ntu- noci .'K. ; lem
oerat of the l'.'th inst.. v.e get the fol
"Mr. J. A. -luden. of Ponlnr Mhitr
.lo.. and i,iss i arne Li. Kobinson
ioi win Austin, tins state, were united
for in marriage by the I lev. Menj. Cox at
i;:e resilience ol .Mr. Mohcrt Merlot
Hill West .s:-comi street, vesterdav
.uternoor. at . o clock. The marriage
was a quiet ail a lr and will be t;uit
surprise to the friends of the contract
ing parties. 1 he bride is the beauti
ful and accomplished daughter of W
1- Kobinson of Old Austin, while the
groom is a young and successful mer
chant of Poplar Bluff. Mo. The
happy couple departed n the Cannon
Mail at :J.. p. m. for their future
home at Poplar MIutT. Mav thev live
long and happily together."
Mr. .luden is a son of Capt. Charley
Juden ot tins city. Me is a Cae boy
of v.hoiu we are proud. He went to
Poplar Hltilf a few years ago and wen
into business for himself and he
now one of the leading- bu
of that live little citv.
lEueklon's Arnica salve.
The liest salve in the world for cut..
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum,
fever sores, tetter, chapped hands,
chilblains, corns. ard all skin erup
tions, and positively cures piles, or no
pay required. It is guaranteedto give
perfect satisfaction or money refunded
Price 25 cents per box. For sale at
W. C Haman and all Drue Stores.
Real Estate and Insurance business
office in Arcade Building.
fully givet: him by the citizens of this
city. There was a plain desire on th
i.u-i oi me lotion !.;? s resident to
build around the Cajie. and he did so
at a prol:ab-e expense to tho com pan v
of some fV.N'.fiio that was an unneces
sary cxpendituiv. Another item in
connection with this matter which
siiouiu not be lost sight of i the fact
that the road from Cray's Point to
Delta was 1 .mled for l."..iiKi a mile,
while it c :id have ben built for
7.(hki. wide ieavesa rake-off of .!.,. t
.IHl a :M- for some one.
People hti- who are posted
as to the particulars have their opin
ion on the subject and conjecture is
rife. In discussing" this Cray's Point
affair at the recent directors meeting
it was no doubt made clear that the
company had Ken led into a bog.
The Useless cxnelidilure of monnt- fl...
ignoring of the or!..,- ,Ililuv ),. m,r
people, the poor facilities offered bv
Cray's Point as a terminal, the liti
gation into which the road hasali-ead v
lM-cn led through the un-business-like
methods of Col. Fordvce in this u-h,.!..
iffair. doubtless made his declination
to longer nil the office of president of
the Cotton Melt, unite .'ratifvin.r to
the directors and stockholders of th,
I rouli and Whooping oujih
iSallard's Horehound Syrup wil
promptly relieve Croup an J Whoopiii"
' oiigh. It will cure the worst Cough
or Cold. It never disanuoints. Ti-r
Sold by Wilson Drug store
stantly to limi what kinds of grain ! ,vit an' 'n'mor; tiie household depart
will grow Ulst in certain eiiir.ates witi. ! "1L'!lt" ' 'H'st in ''"' world). Young
a view to increasing production. I Folks. Sunday School Lesions. Tal
have a man in Kiissia now g ;t:i:g I ma'i's Sermons, the Farmstead, the
seeds for ex'K-riijiental planting in tils j Question Mtireau (which answers ques
ceiintry. tions for subscribers), the News of
the wecK in a complete form, and other
special features. S;ecim:?n coides
gladly sent on application, and if you
will send us a lis; of addresses, we
will n ail a copy to eai.-h. Only ?! a
year, if yon wish to rtiis.- ;l dub.
write for terms.
Address, Thk P.LAW..
TrdeUo Ohi .
summer resoi t without a f -,v bottles.
for they always cure his f;:mily, and '
are !';.! sitjierior to quinine. j
liook on Diseases of Morses,
ltook on diseases of hor.-cs. cattle.
I have just received a lot of first ! s,lw'l dogs, hogs and poultry mailed
class teeth, i not second handed artiti-1 'lvo ov addressing Humphreys' VeterJ
e'al teeth.) which will enable me now to j inary Speeilics, corner William &
make an upper or lower fiill set of j John Sts., New York.
teeth for -even dollars and fifty cents, i
or :, full s. t for fifteen dollars f.nmi- ! .,T U,ho U May l'01,te-
.... ;r ine undersigned, at tne September
U he,.- p,;,tes are j Term of the Cape Cirardeati Common
extracted without ! Pleas Court of CaixCirariloii eonnt,-
practiced dentistry I il.n' '-i'"' of Missouri, and on the
inVed for y ::!-.;.
ivantc-: i.-eih will h-
eighth (lav of
aid term, was annoint-
in the cause of Ceor-re C.
lien- in "III- citv for over tweetv t-.i
i s - ":':" !.-
- " 1,1 mL """re as in T hii.-iiiiis. nlaintitT. :i.ri,in,iih. s:,.,i.
the j.-ast to give working men an op- Hast District Agricultural Society and
portuiiity to enjoy artificial teeth if ! ';' orgv;. Kiminei. President of the
needed. Many good receipts have
come intil mv possession iluriix' the
ahoy.- time. AH other work in den
tistry will be iK.-rformed with o-e:it
care at reasonable charircs. I mean
what I say. Particular ittenti-in will
lie- given to extracting- teeth as pain
lessly as possible. Civc me a trial.
Aim i. I'll List.
Otlice on Mroadway
Free of (Jharue to sutterers.
Cut this out and take it to vour
druggist and get a samjile bottle free
of Dr. Kind's Xew Discovery, for
Consumption, Coughs and Colds. They
do not ask you to buy before tryin".
This will show you the great merits of
mis iruiywonderful remedy, and show
i ou wnat can ne accomplished bv the
regular sized bottle. This is nb ex
periment, and would be di sasti-ious to
tne proprietors, did they not know
it would invariably cure. Manv of
i...i . . i
me uesi. puysiciansare now using it
in their practice with srreat result.
and are relying on it in most severe
eases. It is guaranteed. Trial hnttio
fee at W. C. Haman and all Dru'
rtores. l "
'Seventy-Seven." ("7 7.")
i"" is Dr. Humnhrev's famon
Specific for thecureofGriD and Cold
and the prevention of Pneumonia. All
Have 1 ou Had the (.rip;
:i nave. ou iirooaicv need a
r.-ii.-ihle medicine like Foli-y's Iloni-y j
an.l Tar to he.-il voinlii.ni
the racking i-ough incidental to this
i.oaru oi Directors and Truslees of
saiu Society, defendants, to hear and
J report, both as to law and fact, on all
claims against said defendants, there
fore, in pursuance of said order and
appointment. 1 do hereby notify all
lcrson- having claims against "said
Association that I will at my oflice in
the Fougeii Muilding in the cilv of
Cape Cirardeau. Missouri, on the'i:ith.
I4tii and l-'th days of December. !.!,'
proceed to hear all claims ol what
ever character which may then and
there be presented against said de
fendants, and all claims against said
defendants not so presented will be
Sam M. CliKK.X. Keferee.
October S. IMin. oct2!)tv4w.
ite-al l.stote For Sale.
two lots in the town of Stroder-1
ville, on one of which is a fairly good
dwelling house. j
Eleven acres of timbered land on
Highly acres of timbered land with
in three miles of Egypt Mills.
Forty acres of timbered hind about
two and a half miles of IVvi.t Mills
Will be sold cheap for cash or part
cash and balance good paper.
For further particulars and de
scription ol land call on
Hen II. Adams.
DEMOCRAT oflice. Cane Girardeau.
11 You Keep.
If you keep a horse, cow or dog,
send for Dr. Humphreys' Veterinary
Manual and learn about their trea
ment and cure. Mailed free. Address
Humphreys' Medicine Company, Wil
liams & John Sts., New York.
The omlim Woman
Who goes to the club while her hus
band tends the baby, as well as the
good old-fashioned woman who looks
! after her home, will lMith at times get
run down in health. Thev will I.
troubled with loss of appetite, head
aches, sleeplessness, fainting or dizzy
spells. The most wonderful remedy
for these women is Electric Hitters.
Thousands of sufferers from Lame
Hack and We-ak Kidney's rise up and
call it blessed. It is the medicine for
women. Female complaints and Nerv
ous troubles of all kinds are soon re
lieved by the use of Electric Hitters.
Delicate women should kwi) this
remedy on hand to build up tho system
Only 50e per bottle. For sale by W.
C. Haman and all Drug Stores. 1
A Medical liook.
A medical book with the full de
scription of all diseases and thoir
treatment, by F. Humphreys, M. D.,
mailed free on request. Humphreys'
Medicine Co., Cor. Williams & John
SU., New York.
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