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When r.u'nt v. (So ij r a"i bank) m,vo pm-penty l.s founded on Cnn we lo any work for You? r T 4 S or JACKSON M f - H William Pahu Leon Clippakd EDW. D.HAYS Attorney at Law Notary Public OFFICE IN COCKT IIOUI-E Father Fitzkam of was here this week with Home Comers. Benton, mingling Misse3 Gunther of St. Louis, who have been the guests of Mrs. Eugene Obermiller, were called to St. Louis last Friday on account of the death of their uncle. b. Wm. Williams, of Los Angeles, Cab, is visiting his brother, Chas. Williams this week. This 13 his first visit in years. forty-one, ! j Mildred Mueller of St. Louis i3 visiting the family of II. H. Mueller. J..- Mrs. Frank Bueckman, of Doe Run, was the guest of Mrs. Frank D. Sanders the first of the week. Mrs. Minnie Meadows children of Colorado are guests of Mrs. Chas, Jiams this week. and t h e Wil- Miss Luna Hay dock of Bloom field is the guest of Miss Rilla Norman this week. Mrs. W. Snider of Illmo is the guest of her mother, Mrs. Theo. Obermiller. James Weissbrodt and arrived here Monday to Mrs. Hunter Byrd. wife visit J.'C. Buerkle and wife were heie seeing the shows this week. They were the guests of relatives. Mr. Aberavthy and wife, Anna, 111., are the guests Wm. Schade and family. of of Fred LaPierre of Texas, is here meeting friends this week. County court was in session last Monday. Dr. F. M. Williams and wife of Advance, were in the city last Monday to have an operation performed on their little son. CUT FLOWERS AND FLORAL DESIGNS k'on All. Occasions. j. V. r.:cco:.:ss, jh. Ur-icfuiklra zad Etr.lial.n'r.a. Day Phone 14 1 Night Thone 90 pn ;;v;'.inr this in rtalirr: that advert! conducted primarily in the interest of the everv other well-vn.inn,od Hut we fully realhe that our the pro-Dcrity of and so work with that end in view, caring for their vnrie.i in terests promptly and efficiently. I! ,7 . I i Tl toJws C4L JJL itA. jJk. Cashier .-Cashier As. rrra i Dr. T. 'Ron Tnrnhauch o f Bloomfield is here greeting horae!BiU, -McCombs when they comers and visiting relatives. Mrs. Richard Kaechle of Dex ter is the guest of Mrs. Bern Gockel. Mis3 Cora Daley of St. Louis is at home meeting the home comers. Jack Wisecarver and wife of Marble Hill were here this week visiting Mrs. Laura Cannon. Mrs. J. W. Carleson and and Charles Alsop of Alexandria, La., are the guests of J. W. Byrd. R. C. Kneibert, who has been on the sick list is able to be out again. The Cape Girardeau County Home Comers opened at nine o'clock on Tuesday morning, a large crowd of people being on hand early, Patterson's Carnival shows all being in place and ready to entertain the crowds. At one o'clock the address of welcome was delivered by Rob ert M. Sawyer of Jackson, and response by Silas Gladish of Oceola, Ark., formerly of this county. Albert Behrens, who is em ployed by the Lee Wilson & C, at Wilson, Ark., arrived today. Fred Reck a former citizen of this county came over from j The agent gave the injured man Lutesville to the Home Comers j attention and sent him to this Wednesday. He brought a peach j city for treatment at the coun with him which was grown in ity's expense as the man was a his orchard measuring Hi in., in circumference and weighing 13 ounces. Guy Miltenberger arrived home yesterday from St. Louis, where he has been buying win ter goods. His brother, Joe Miltenberger, returned with h'm and will spend this week attend ing homecomers. Oro B. Lennox a n d J. M. Fisher of Sikeston are attend ing homecomers. J. 0. Connell of Pueblo, Col., is here attending homecomers. This is his first visit to Jackson in a number of year& Chas. Deattie of Sikeston ar rived today to visit friends and relatives this week. Mr. Beattie is 73 years old, and this i3 his first visit to Jackson in several years. He fomerly lived here but moved to Scott county in 1849. Ed. Byrd of Ardinore. OklaM is here visiting friends. Clarence Dormeyer is home visiting friends and his parents. R. Hough and wife of Portage ville is here visiting relatives and enjoying the home coiners. Luke Williams and wife of Farmington are the guests of Clarence Grant and family. Miss Anna Beinlein won the prize for the best decorated residence. Among1 the person.? coming from a distance ore Fred J. La Tiorro from Houston, Texas, w ho will remain two weeks visit ing relatives and friends and then gr north. Edward liyrd from Ardmore. Oklahoma, is here seeing friends as he hn.s not been here for two years. Miss Yetta Mueller is visiting friend in Illinois. Little .Mary Vandivort, the six yea old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Vandivort, won first prize in the doll buggy parade. Wm, Hand and wife of St. Louis are the guests of Miss Sarah Baldwin. 'Mr. Wallace of Oklahoma, who came to attend the homecomers, was called home Wednesday on account of his daughter being seriously hurt in a runaway. John Holmes of Indianapolis, Ind., is here attending home comers. M. L. Hamilton of Chester, 111., passed through the city Wednesday enroute to Oak Ridge to visit friends and rela- tives. Charles Chancy of VanDuser is here attending the reunion. He was a schoolmate of John at tended school at Pleasant Hill ia the year 1659-G2. Mr. Chaney is in fine health and lives on a farm. During the war he was taken prisoner in a battle at Fredericktown. W. F. Langden of Blythes vilie, Ark., is here. R. D. Bacon of Poplar Bluff u in the city. Marriage License. Tandy Hester, Marion, 111. Norma E. Corder, " Edw. Fulbright, Oakridge Flossie Brown, Daisy Cass B. Crabtree, Cape Orel D. Stevens, John Reynolds, Reynoklsville Agnus Modglin, Clarence E. Hartsook, St. L. Jessie Blackburn, Cape Andrew J. Hileman, Jonesboro Amelia B. Crissip, Adolph II. Roloff, Cape Clara Simpher, Found Mangled Wednesday morning at Neely's Landing, twenty miles north of this city, a man by the name of Sam Colburn was found on the railroad track, in a mangled j condition, by Agent Fulbright. ! trespasser. He is in a serious ; condition and is not able to tell i much of the accident. II. E. Russell of Needy 's Landing ac companied the wounded man here. After Agent Fulbripht had I done all the good he could he went to the station and found that the express office had been burglarized during the night. Five packages of express were stolen. Railroad detectives were detailed to the scene. Tb Bit Slocli Show. Lsst of premiums awarded by tlie Cape Girardeau County Stock breed ers Show and Sale Association held at Jackson on Wednesday, August fith, 1911: Hest draft stallion, 4 years and over Robert Mantz, 1st; L'z Clipp;ird, 2nd. Hest draft mare, 4 years old and over Robert Miit'tz, 1st; Robert Mantz, 2nd. Hest draft mare, between 1 and 4 years old Robert Mantz, 1st. Hest draft colt under 1 year Win. C. Phillips, 1st; TTm.C. Phillips. 2d. Horsei and Mslcs All Purpota Clait. Hest stallion, 1 years and over G. T. Allen, 1st; Wnlter Talley, 2nd. Hest stallion between 1 and 4 yearn G . W. l'eterman, 1st . Host mare, 4 years mid over Iltnry Hurgfeld, 1st; S. I). llensley, 2nd. Hest inare between 1 ami 4 years A. J. McGx'e, 1st; V. C. Hop, 2nd. Rest Keldintf.any He J. II. Cobble, 1st; Pervin Wills, 2nd. Hest colt under 1 year Robert Mantz, lit; P. H. Wills, 2nd. licst JiM'k utiy RKe 15. M. Green, 1st. Pest .lentii-t any ago Geo. E. Nol b'Tt, 1st. IKst m!i one unr anil over Al bert OIMr)eW, lt; A.J. MoGoe, 2ni. Pent, mul; colt umler 1 year J. P. Wills, 1st; Albert Sievors Jirul. Ji'.it ten;n In Kxriirtss ,!. H. Cobble, 1st ; J. M. StnitJi, 2nd. Kt'Hl team In linnies, mules I . L. Miller, 1st ; I. L. Miller, '.Inrt. Catiie, Short ilorna or Durham. Pent bull, 1 your a nil over It. O. Critet, lt; M.C. KinnlnKer, 2nd. Heat Iml! ;;iiJer 1 ye ar-II Inkle Mo Lane, l-,t Host cow, I years ami over It. (). Criiw, int; n. o. ( 'rli-, vfiul. H.est hollor under 2 years 1!. (). ("'rites. Nt: J. (). Crllij.H. 2nd. Cattle, Hcrefcrdt. , Lest bull 1 year and over -H. J. Wets, 1st. !Ient cow 2 years and over II. J. Weiss 1st and 2nd. Hest beifer under - years II. .1. Wr.i.ss, lt and 2nd. Cattle, Polled Anges. lit st bull 1 year and o el - Colum bus Gladish, 1st. Hest heifer nn ler 2 year Colum bus Gladish, 1st. Ciitlc, Jerseys. Hest bull I yerir ;id over John I. Ellis. 1-t; I'rie.e Morton. 2nd. Hest bull under 1 year- ( ail Wal lace. 1st; Geo. Mi;Ne"ly, 2nd. Hest cow 2 years and over-George McNeely, 1st; Jos. it. Howard, 2nd. Hest heifer under 2 years-- Price Morton 1st and 2nd. Hest bull, any age or breed Jhn I, Kills, 1st ; It. O. Crites, 2nd. Hest cow, any ue or breed-Georye McNeely, 1st; John I. Kllis, 2nd. Berdshira Hos. Hest boar, 1 year and over- Carl Wallace, 1st; G. Yv . l'cterman, 2nd. Hest boar under 1 ytmr-W.C. Hope, 1st; Carl Wallace, 2nd. Hest .sow. one year and OTer Carl Wallace, 1st and 2nd. Hest sow uuder one year W. C. Hope, 1st; Carl Wallace, 2nd. Hest boar, 1 year and o-rer Oet. V.. St-ibort, 1st. Uest boar under 1 year Atox Mc Neely, 1st; Gei. E. Se.ibert, nd. Hest sow, one year and over Geo. E. Seibert, 1st and 1ml. Best sow under one, year Gv. L Snide?; tstr It. A. Caldwell, 2nd. Ourse Jersey Eo&. Hest boar one year and over II. J. WeUs, Ut; A. C. Hope, 2nd. Hest boar under one year Getv. I Snider, lt r A. C. Hope, 2nd. Hest ow under one year A.. C. Hope, lstr Geo. L. Snider, 2jid. Hampshire Hug. Hest sow one year and over J.. M Siuith, 1-t.. Hest sow under one year J. M Sraith, 1st and 2nd. Htst boar, any ae or bred Gm E. Seibert 1st;- II. J. Weiss, 2nd. rlest How and five or mora pis un der three months old. Carl Walla, (list place; Sheep Hest Hue k any ae - Pink. Moruu, tlrst; S. 1). llensley, second. Hest Ewe, any a'e . W. 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