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TIT TIT TIT TIT V TT 1' t"f TT X
CITY IN GENERAL.
uii in uLnbivriL
Mrs. S. S. Harris visited at Char
leston this week.
Tie counting is the latest fad. Well,
its not so bad after all.
Now we can write 1901. bat oh my!
how many will write l'JOO.
The Daily Guide has ceased to guide
turned its little toes to the daisies.
All the p. -inters in Jackson are sick.
The breeze from loose Creek does not
agree with printers.
The river is full of floating ice but
lie transfer and ferry boats aie mak
ing regular crossings.
a numlx-i- i.f I
circuit court I
Our lawyer:, and ijuic
our citizens will attend
at .lacksiiii next week.
Will l!ael ar.d Annie Wairner. of
.lackson. eloped last night, going to
Tin ; ... i ,-,-....i
The machinery is now on th ground
to begin holing for oil near the Ume
Hole two mil.s south of tli.- c::y.
The driii iu the well at the brewery
is stuck -even hundred and forty-live
feet below ih-: surface of the earth.
SheriiT Gock.-l is .ut looking for
the prisoners who broke jail. If they
can be captured he will capture them.
Trains on the II. M. .v A. now make
regular trips bet a ecu this city ami
Morehouse- tw pa-sengei- trains a
I'rof .1 tii ii S. Cobb and Mrs. Mary
A. Sheppard were married December
.'in. P.iimi. Kev Father Hopkins dtlieiat
ing. A lltlllilier of our ci! i . Mis l'gaii I he
new year and the ic-w century bv tak
ing a seven mile walk. It was good
The business man who does not pa
tronize the newspaper otlice for ail the
work he has to do is not the right
kind of a man.
The steamer (J rev Eagle has gone
into winter quarters and will not ven
ture out till there is mure water and
Capt. Ley he of the steamer City of
Memphis is at honw. His boat is in
winter quarters and he will remain at
home some time.
There is going to be a ii'-w sa loon
up in Haarig. When a man yets hard
up in Cap'! Girardeau he starts a sa
loon and it, tikes a fortune.
Died, in thisciiv Ileivniber :i't. T'oo.
Mi-s Sara,!; A. liurroiigh. aged v",
years. The funeral took iaee from
the r-sidene,- of T. .1. Clark at 2 p. in.
Il 'ieafter th ou'ity Court will not
draw the grand juries. I'mier the new
law the Circuit .ludg i will order the
grand jury and the sheriff will select
the members of the jury.
The lir-t if j ,t it; : t'"iin oti II.ukk's
l.ere this t'H
M i u choii-''.
i.n over th;
rntng i-'ght o'
Two Ir.ilns tt
i road trotii lint
. i ,-a i-'le.i i i r
'clock -fi-r ,
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i ; 1 1
v. -. t :-. i i n.i .iy
en.-ol'V "its ai-oll-el,. s
I'.ible umt investigated. M-i
iniieh shocked and niav be ; you will
t.io when von liud out what sh r
The Cale will have a building boom
this ear. There are inquiries at this
otlice nearly every day for building
lots. We know several well-to-do
Scott county men who want to move
to this city to educate their children
and if they cannot purchase houses
already built, they will purchase lots
A new minister walking down the
street encountered a little chap vain
ly trying to ring a door bell which
was too high above his head. "Wait
my little son," said the good man,
let mo ring it for you,-' and he gave
ii... n vigorous mill. "And what
now my little man'."' "Now.
ih., in iv. "run like h 1, that'
I'm going to do.'" Kx.
On "Xew Years" night at :.') p. m.
Miss U-ora Johnson, daughter of John
Johnson was married to the Kev. 1".
J. Kinehart. of Ml. Vernon. 111. The
i .... I e .hi.fnpni.'il
ceremony was iuii...i.j
by lie v. W. J. Hays, of the M.
hurch .it the home of the bride,
f the familv and a-
friends. The bride was attired in a
Hint of blue cloth, with white trim
ning. and the two little sisters of tne
i,ride. who acted as "Maids of Honor"
..ere -bessed in white with pink trim
ming. After the ceremony all were
iio'iled into the diningroom to partake
,,i a sumptions repast. Mr. and Mrs.
Kiiiohui t left Wednesday morning for
short visit to his fami.y in Llh'ng
ham, IU., alter which they will go on
to their new home in Mt. Vernon, 111.
1866 STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION 1901
Of 'J.' H t-i
CAPE GIRARDEAU. MISSOURI.
At the close of business, Monday, December j, goo.
Cash and Exchange, - -U.
S. anil Other i.otiil-. -Ileal
INTEREST PAID ON
The Oldest and Best EauiDt
Missouri, asks your consideration of the abov'e Statement after
Thirty-f i Ve Years of Successful Business,
VII Account Itt-c, Ive arclul mid lr.iupt Attciill .n .
li- tl-i:div ant.
It. I!. !J VKK.
Circuit Court wi ll ci.e v e -,r i :;ek
sou next uionduy.
The hail and tree by tic- ons of
Veterans at the opera house Monday
night was a sta-o s in .-very way.
There was a large crowd in attendance
and tin- boys had no trouble in itis-po-ing
of tli.- tick-ts. Many valuable
pie-, nts wi re -iveu away :t i. after
the i istribut ion a social hop was in-
d'.:'-il in mi
ne a year. I
vines you o
von tale I.
hour in the
's band fur
sic for the
and .1. Ma pie
I'., s :syrun
f lis llierils
ilson s.-l! it. ,(. i1Wl.r,t ,,u. ir;(.r ,,f in,, southwest
lVmi.-cot litis a new- town within her qaarter of the southwest quarter of
borders, this heiu" Mascou. an Indian section thirty-three f.TI;, in township
, ..... .li thii tv-lwo (.!2l north of range lourteen
name. -Maskoo. It is founded bv ( , , . ; ;iM . l,UIll,.u n thu ,ln(J
Col. Louis ilouck. promoter of the. oast seie bv the-tliirty-three j:t.'t) acres
Morehouse and l'ascola railroad. The of said southwest quarter of the south
new town is situated in sec. 21. where west quarter said section thirty-three
.... ... (:! i sold bv said John Lange and wife
the new railroad crosses Little Liver. . v ' f
, , ., , ,. to Ih-nry Lange as im-i-ded dated the
Hie place is now known as Oak .roe ( f WI1 T j , ,,;iy of January, liT, re
school lioust. The new town has l-en c(ried ill IJook Two, pages 2." and
platted, though the plat has n jt lx en ' 2iM at the west by the line Uividint!
recor.h d et." A gr..-erv store is al- ; thirty-two and thirty-three.
, . . " , land on the south !v a strip of two (2)
ready in operation there. Lie loca- .w.vs y ,v,.lim.d by jj jin Ijlnjr,.
tion is saiii to Ih- ideal and Mascou f,.,,m the south side of said southwest
bids f:tir t one of I 'eiaiscot's lest ' q uai lt-r on which the dwelling house.
.... . ...t.i.. .....! ........ ..,.;i. ..r ...;.i i.a...
tow II i.
v ili- Co
I! 1- :
i inil. s nori-i Of IMS-
l.ii-ibia Coined v and Vande-
wi!i appear al lh Droadwav
Theatre next Tu.-sJay evening, ar.d j mWv ,;f st,:tio,, thi,.t y.Uvo
remain live nights. Th.' company isjtownship thirty two (:!2 north of
coiniiose.l of t -n of the l-st comedy i range fourteen ) east, containing
and vaudeville artis.s that have an- 'w,'"! '-'', a,-,v- Al" "umU-r
,, , ,, . ..' three i.L of liti? northeast quarter of
peared al the ( oh.uii.iii lheatre, .St. s(.,.!iun ,jv. (-, iN twnslii th rty-otie
Louis, and other tirsl-class thuatn?s ) north of ranje fourteen i 1 1 east,
in this country during the last two ' containing seventy-six ami sixty -six
s.-iisons, and it is said
to be the be.-t
.-how of the kind on the road, making
a big hit everywhere. Among the
pricintil features w ill lie found Howard
;., .lt n. pi
tea 11 -ft- !
ii artists ;
s: Miss A.
Cra tuer. s i , -1 1 :
brette: I.a I .-t i".-
f all child
oca .j-' :
tvery and p.-r-eliettt
It's absolut.-ly g'ltu -.
asthma and aii throat and lung dis
eases, and si ;lt I. Jien Milier.
Ui'tigirist. Trial bottles.fr.-e.
N'ollce to -stock hold ci--.
Notice is hereby given that the an-i
niial election of seven Direc'ors of'
the nrst .National i.tiitK oi '-iM"'
Girardeau will lie held in the office
of the bank the second Tuesday in
January, lwl. Polls open from 10 a.
m. to :i p. m.
L. L. JOSH'H, Cashier,
Cape Jirardeau, Mo., Dec. 4, 1!0
Says lie was tortured.
"I suffered such pain from corns I
could hardly walk,-' writes H. Uobin
son, Hillsboro. 111., "but Uucklen's
Arnica Salve completely cured me."
Acts like magic on sprains, bruises,
cuts, sores, scalds, burns, boils, ul
cers. Perfect healer of skin diseases
and piles. Cure guaranteed by 1. I5en
Miller, druggist. '2'iC.
Notice is hereby given that a meet
ing of the stockholders of the Sturdi
vant Hank will be held on Tuesday,
January , l'.fffl, at the Hanking House
in the C'ty of C:iM.- Girardeau. Mo.,
for the purpose of lecting directors
for the en-iiing ve.ir. I "oils open from
1 to :: p. in. L. .1. Al.libKT.
DeceinlH-r I Jt It. I'.hni. Cashier
-Ioii- l!i- "iiiili ii ml ViirK ofl lli
It.xtitive Hroiiio-f.fiiinine Ttiblets
cure a cold in one day. No Cure, no
I'ay. Price i"i cents.
! 73,!i:!1.70i Capital.
2!.fiiH) 0o I Surplus and profits, - -22.ihhI.iio:
Dividend No. -, - - -
Banking Mouse in Southeast
L. .i. AI.IIKIJT.
Whereas. I m'iii'l'i. 1'. Mi i.ain and
a liie McLaiu Lis u ife. by their cer
uiti deed of trust liaten the 4;lulav of
tllli recoriieil ill liook V.
Jiae !' the tl-U-t record- if I ape
I i i:-a mi- Hi county. M is.-otiri. conveyed
to III.- ii ri i ! lsigl.cil as trustee to m-cii.-c
lit oi a certain Hot-- 'herein
'.1.1.1'- billowing real estate,
i iu Caie Girardeau county,
i Missouri, to-wit:
o.div i.ieii itii-.e-lli'tlis ja-
! i-.-l in tin- foiiouiuj' described laud:
I !..- so'.ithwi-st "jii.-u'c-r i f the north-
.i' i i.irler. II.-- i:o.-th half ot the
southeast quarter ami the east half of
!uc southeast qiiart'-r all iu section
iliii-U-two :V2, in township thirty-two
I'.'rjj north of raiie tourtiin (14) ea.-t.
eoiit.i ! h iu one huinli'il and foi ty
1 lil iet-..s- nUll'ivi' i .. i Meres nil! i.f
st.i..... .i ... ...... .
' LatiL-e. the boumlarv line of satd live
! .;:-re herebv convened iving a little
north of a public road known as the
I Ihnnbridge Load. The west half of
nuu-ireuii. ( . ok.j acres
I .-vim wuei-eiis. in-iauii nas in en mane
iu the ptivmeiit of tl." note in .-aid
f tru-t licseribi .1.
., therefore. I. the
'. v l
i -a i .
" I I'lt
N'otiii- is he.- by eiv.-n tliii! on the
ll ;t i i day o! l).-c -m t.er. A. i. Ituiii. ,he
-aid Cti.-jier I. tiiv.it: was itnly adjudi
cated l.titik I'll ;t. and the lir-t meetine
of his creditors will be held at the
Keieree's otiice. Kodncv imilding in
th" city of Cape. Cirardeatl in said
.luiiicial Ifistrict. un tliu 1-llh day of
.lanhary, A. I. l'Hil, at b o'clock iti
the forenoon, at which time and place
the said creditors my attend, prove
their claims, appoint a trustee, ex-
.i...-1.... tl... I... n Iri'M t.t ..ml tcqncmit
; sy,-!, other businesis us may
' come before said meeting.
j Ai.kxani-kk Loss.
' . , -;"- i" Mankruplcy.
'Cain! Girardeau. Mo.. Dec. .11. l!KKl.
j KXKCUTOK'.S NOTICK. Notice is
hereby given thtit letters of adminis
tration upon the etate of Shelbv
Wills, deceased, have been granted to
the undersigned by the clerk of the
Cape Girardeau Court of Common
Pleas of Cape Girardeau County.
Missouri, dated the 17th day of
All persons having claims against
said estate are rci-nired to exhibit
them to him for allowance within one
year from the date of said letters, or
they may le precluded from any bene
lit of such estate: and if said claims
1m- not exhibited within two years from
the date of the publication of this
notice, they will lie forever barred.
( iiAi.-i.Ks H. Mii.i.Ki:.
FINAL SKTTLHM KNT. Notice is
hereby given to all creditors and
others interested in the estate of
Hiram Hempsteiit. dii-.-as.-d. that the
und.M-signed Public Administrator and
as such' having charge of said estate
j intends to make Until settlement there-
at the n.-xt t.-rm of the (a lie Gir-
ll-lleall I oltri Ol Oinillon 1 U-tlS OI
( a- ;.r:irdeau county
the court house in the
( i irard.-au. M tssouri.
to be held at
.... t..n,l ..
January J-'h, l'.ml
A. II. PoK.
Order of Sale of School Fond
WHEREAS, on the first day of
August, Ignatz Milde, Trustee
for Sylvan Lodgtt No. 379, I. O. O. F.
and Albert Grotehenn,. Trustee for A.
B.Carroli Post No. 310 Grand Army of
the Kepublie borrowed of the county
of Cape Girardeau in the State of
Missouri, the sum of eight hundred
dollars belonging to the Capital
School Fund of said county: and
whereas, in consideration of the I
premises, and to secure the payment I
of said sum of money when the same j
should become due, on the first day '
of August. ISM!, the said Ignatz Milue",
Trustee for Svlvan Lodge No. 37!t, I. j
O. O. F. and Albert Grotetienu. Trustee !
for A. 1J. Carroll l'ost No. 310 Grand 1
Army of the Kepublie, executed and ;
delivered t said county, for the use
and benelit of the said School Town- .
ships and County School Fund their'
certain mortgage deed whereby they
conveyed to the stiid county the fol
lowing descriiied lot. tract or parcel
of land, lyim.'. being and situate in
the city il .lackson. county id Cale
Girardeau. Stat aioresaid. viz: i
A part of lot number tifty (.loi as;
laid down on the nltit of said city and :
fully descriiied as follows: Beginninir
scventy-Iour (71 J feet and three 13;'
inches from the northwest corner ol
said lot number lifty i "ii , running east
parallel with the n rth line of said '
lot niinilx-r lilty :"";. one hundred'
and thirty-six ( 13', feet six (t) incite.
thence south thirty-seven (37) feet. !
thel ce west one hundred and thirty- I
sixfl3t'i f.i't six ) inches parallel
with the ninth line of lot uiimlicr
lifty-one (."! ). theiie.- north thirty
seven (37) feet to the place of begin
ning. And whereas it is stipulated in said
mortgage that if delimit should Ih
made in tic payment of sahl sum of
borrowed money, or the interest there
on, or any part thereof, when the
same siioii'd In come due and payable
accor.Hne; to the tenor and effect of
tin- said bond, then the then acting
sheriff of Cape Girardeau county
aforesaid should, without suit on said
mortgage deed. s II at public auction,
to the highest bidder, for cash in
hand, the above described real estate
upon giving twenty days public notice
of the time, terms and place of sale.
And whereas, the county court of Cajie
Girardeau county, by an order made
and entered of record on the 14th day
of Noveiulier, l'.tott. doth iind that de
fault has been made in the payment
of said sum of money, according to
the tenor and effect of said bond, anil
that the said Sylvan Lodge No. 37'.t
and A. U. Carroll Post No. 310 are
now indebted to the said county for
use ofj-aid SchoolFuud in the sum of
eight hundred and severty-three dol
lars and thirty-two cents principal and
interest due and unpaid on said bond.
And, whereas, it was both ordered
and directed by the court that the
rh.-ritf of Cai Girardeau county pro
ceed to sell the said real estate
above descril cd. upon the
terms, conditions and stipulations set
forth in said mortgage deed according
to law. now, therefore. I. I Jernhard
Gockel. .sheriff of t ape Girardeau
county, stale aforesaid, by virtue of
said order of said court, and by
authority in me vested by said mort
gage deed. will, on
Tuesday, the F.ighth Day of .Janu
ary. I'.f I.
At the south front door of the court
house, in the city of .lackson. CaM
Girardeau county. Missouri. Iietwecii
the hours of 111 o'clock in I he forenoon
and " o'clock in lh" afternoon af that
day turn iluiiiig the s- ioa ol Hie
( ir. -tot Court, offer, at public stile.
to the blithest htild.
haml. till the t'L'ht.
interest til!! the stli'l
No. ::7'.' aittl A. D. C.
:;.! ha ' in ;i i .l to th
; l-ustec'.s Sale.
.'.til::.-- . !. Mori
. to .VI II'.
I r.-al es-.-t:..
ci.tcit v of ( ';: p.- . ti a r
-.1 il 'ill..;
of M i--' "ii i. t i-wit :
Lot number liltecti ( l-'ij in r.-inj
in the city ol ( are . ii'.ti'in
ill" otle hlllnlreil tlinl inl'tV'.-
i i ii .i.i
n i 1 17 )
feci oil Middle s'lc. t ami et--t:ui:iL'
c;ist one liiindi'cii ami eighty ( lsilj f.-,-t
to an alley: and all of lots number
twenty ei-jht (I'fj and twenty nine -'!
in range "A." in said city.
Which said conveyance to the un
dersigned was made in trust to secure
the payment of two certain promissory
notes iu said deed of trust described:
vVhercas, default has lieen .made
in the payment of the payment of the
principal and interest of said notes.
Now therefore, at the request of the
legal holder of said notes, ana in
pursuance to the conditions in said
deed of trust, the undersigned will, on
Saturday, the Twenty-Sixth day of
Hetween the hours of IU o'clock in the
forenoon and 5 o'clock in the after
noon of that day at the east door of
the court house ,in the city of Cajie
Girardeau, Cape Girardeau county,
Missouri, sell the real estate above
described at public vendue to the
highest bidder, for cash, for the pur
pose of satisfying said notes and the
cost of executing this trust.
i: uekt L. Wilson-,
ADMINISTUATOU'S N )TICL
Notice is hereby given that letters of
administration of the estate of J. ii.
S'ubciiratich. deceased, have been
ranted to the undersigned bv the
j clerk of the Cae Girardeau Court of!
Common Pleas of Cape Girardeau;
j County. Missouri, dated the 14th day j
of Novemlie". I'.hmi. j
i All persons having claims against j
' said estate are required to exhibit:
them to him lor allowance w.uini one :
year I mm tne utile oi saiu utin'i'-. or ;
nicy Iliav u- prei -niueu iiwiaiij .ue
it- ..r sii.-h est-ite: iind if said Minis
1.. not exhibited within two vears from
lil iMnf the iiiiblication of tfiis notice,
i thev will be forever barred.
FALL and WINTER
At Ilis Mw Headquarters Opposite
Has just opened the largest and best line of
Fall and Winter Goods ever received on
Broadway, consisting of.
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING,
SHOES, CAPS, LADIES'
and GENTS' FURNISHING
We call your especial attention to our line
of Dress Goods, a very large selection of
the latest up-to-date styles, and our prices
are the lowest. Give us a call before you
make your fall purchases.
Western Poultry and Game Co.
Pays Highest Cash Price for
poultry, QaT)e ai)d Es.
Ship to them ancl make money.
Cftjw (lintrrfefif. .Mo
WANTED All the turkeys in the country, for
which the highest market price will be paid in cash.
The game season is now open. Uring us all the
irame von can get.
i : tli.- ip" Gi.ar.i-M.i l oiii't oi ' o'ti
la.i.i !'!.. is of -ai l co'ttitv. .'ant'tiry
1c! Ill, l'.'"l.
!'.. .-sie Harris, i 'lain' i
Uol-ert I!. Harris. Ilefer.dant.
At this day comes the plaint!!! here
in, by her attorney before tin- clerk of
the ( aie Girardeau otn t of Common
I'i.-as in vacation and liles an affidavit,
alleging, among other things, that de
fendant Hubert It. Harris is not a
resilient of the State of Missonri.
Whereupon it is ordered by the clerk
of said court, that said defendant lie
notilied by publication that plaintiff
has commenced a suit against him in
this court the object and nature of
which is to obtain a divorce from the
bonds of matrimony contracted be
tween plaintitT and defendant, on the
n-ronnds of cruelty and neglect, and
- , . , . , . . .. rr ,
that unless the said l .obert Ii. Han is
lie and apintar at this curt, at the
next term thereof., to be begun and
hoiden at tne court nouse, o.
of Capu Girardeau, in said countj, on
the 2xth day of January next, and on
or before the third day of said term.
if the term shall so longcontinue-and
if not. then on or before the last day
of said term answer or plead to the
petition in said cause, the same will
be taken as confessed, and judgment
will be rendered accoraingiv.
And it is further ordered, that a
copy hereof be published, according
to law, in the Cai.e Girardeau Demo
CHAT, a newepa-r published in the
county of Cape Girardeau, Missouri,
for four weeks successively, the last
insertion to be at least lifteen days be
fore the commencement of the next
term of this court.
K. H. Ks;kiahn'. Clerk.
A true copv from the record.
Witness mv hand, and the
1 skal. '- seal of said court this 1Mb
' dav of I Ic-cmber. I'.kni.
"K. II. KN'JKI.MAXX.
I O THE A i Ol-ll IN NK DAY.
. T . . ,;: T-.'nlets
; J a'-1-.!.-..-..-'-.
! All druggists refund
the money it it
to cure. K. U. . roves signa
ture is on each box. ix;.
New goods at Glenn's.
- i K.vii
x tii i:.- -
that i-i'.rs f
.i ii--i atH.n ii;,ofi the copartner
i est-::.- oi i! -Li y lira nih-s Co.
e i--.fl .'I.l tit. ii to the undersigned
:!iec!erk of th.- Cane Girardeau
Court of Co'iiinon I'l.-tsof Cape Gir-arit.-.-i'i
( 'oiiiity. Missouri, dated the
b!lh day of November. ItKiO.
All persons having claims against
-aid estate are re(iiiied to exhibit
them to him for allowance within
on.- year from the date of said let'ers.
or they nmy be precluded from any
benefit of such estate; and if said
claims In- not exhibited within two
years from the date of the publication
of this notii-e they will lit; forever
barred. KoiiKKT II. KfKIIMAXN'.
dec I ."in .'!" Administrator.
Notice is hereby given that letters of
administration upon the estate of
John Job, deceased, have teen grant
ed to the undersigned bv the clerk of
Hie Villllc .III dl I114U V.UUH Ol WUIIIIOII
j,, of Ca Girardeau Countv Ml8.
goup. dated the Jsth ,a - M
: 1;)M '
the Cape Girardeau Court of Common
. A son hAviog cl;liras aj,ainst
ai(, estate ar(J requirvi to exhibit
them tQ him fop all7wanue within one
! year from thp of said M w
they may pm.luded froDJ any ljene.
, tit of such estate; and if said claims
not exhibited ,v ithin two years from
the date of the publication of thu
i notice they will be forever barred.
KXKCUTOK'.S NOTICE. Notice is
hereby given that letters of adminis
tration upon the estate of Dr. W. li.
Wilson, deceased, have been granted
to the undersigned administrator
by the clerk of the Cape Girardeau
Court of Common Pleas of Cape Gir-
i ardeau County, Missouri, dated the
llilh day of November, l'.ioil.
All persons having claims against
said estate arc required to exhibit
them to him for allowance within ope
year from the date of said letters, or
tney may be precluded from any bene
fit of such estate: and if said claims
lio not exhibited within two years from
date of the publication of this notice,
thev will be forever barred.
novl7n-'!l J. Mai-ije Wilson,
Go to Drum's for candies, fruits and
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