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ltKFUBMCAN IN POLITICS. B. F. LUSK. ...1ITDLIHIIKR Kntorte at til ponoifllra at Jurkitnn, Mo., mm mt nnui:iiw ntiirr ...duller . invi. Terms for tlio Hkkald are as fdl lows: For one year 1 1.00 rill eionth GO Ihree months 30 Office UN 1 K etlfleilCA.. JACKSON, MO.. MAIiCH . IU02. L- -i. . . A bloc "X" nt the top of thin col umn menus th.it your subscription litis expired, mid we kindly suggest that you renew We ilo mil want to drop your iibiiih from our list, but should you wish tn discontinue please, drop tis a card Just, as noon ns you see the blue "X", Then If you 'owo us we will send you a statement, ntid 8 soon an you pay us we will drop your name; hut if you owo iih nothing Just noon as we get your card tell ing us to discontinue, your paper will be stopped. This paper is on file nt tlto olllce of The Chicago Inter-Ocean, 100-Kw-llu Kast Monroe street, Chicago, whore our reauers win ie courteously greet ed who may rare to call upon The Inter Ocean for a tour of inspection and sight-seeing through Its inngntfl cent biilidlni;, in whirh c;m bo found every mechanical ami sclcntiUe im provement of the nire In connection with the needs of a nr-at newspaper. It is a rare treat toanv one interested In tlio subject and (should be taken advantage of. Tiun politics over li the peo ple und they will cumii around very neatly rlrht. Champ Ci.auk has withdrawn from the senatorial raeo. It now lays between DeArtnond nnd Stono. Vn hear that Prof. N. U. Henry has withdrawn from the raeo for tate superintendent, of public schools. Tit I. Maries is the only way to got the exact wish of the people, and the people are wlmt wk lead -era wish to bo governed by. Jok Kcssi-xr. carried Missis sippi county at the primaries last Saturday by 700 votes over Vandiver for congressman of the fourteenth district. THE senate, by a two-third vote, has passed the proposed amendment to the constitution, changing inauguration day from Match i to the last Tuesday in April. Mil. Vanwveu says ho has been in cougross four years and ten months, nnd has not saved anything. It does look like the people would not forco the ofllco upon him acain. The democrats of this county had three reasons for holding primaries. Vandiver wanted them. More peoplo could vote for Vandiver. Vandiver would bo better plcnsod. A Mil. V. C. TitoKTON, who publishes a theatrical journal in St. Louis called the Monitor, will visit southeast Missouri towns once a month with u high class vaudeville company. One difference between Jack son and tho Capo is: the Cape's citizens all work as a unit for anything that will beuulit the city, but Jackson's citizens can scarcely pull together on any town enterprise. We shall always bo willing to be governed, and risk our chances with un unbiased public and wo are a strong believer in "tho will of tho people, tho supremo lawof the land." In tho language Of the immortal Adams: "The peoplo, tho people will curry us and themselves gloriously through this struggle. " NEW GOODS Bruening & Kerstner D R Y GOODS C OCM P A N Y JEN'S AND BOY'S CLOTHING; New'and Pretty Patterns of Ging hams. Big Line of New Goods on our 5c and 10c Counters. Men's Overalls and Jumpers, Men's Work Shirts; Infants' Soft Soles. Infant's and Chil dren's Shoes. See the Sewing Machine we offer at $13.75. Our Prices are always the Right Prices. Respectfully, Bruening & Kerstner Dry Goods OOHPANY, There Is one thing on which our county officers should be en lightened and that is tho printing of stationery for all county ofli- cers. There is no printing of any kind that is done by tho Ilan nibal Printing company, tho Oeorgo D. Harnard company, or nny other foreign company, ex cept it lie larno books, that can not bo done by ooe or tho other of our homo offices. If there is any particular cut or lithograph desired by any county oflicer the homo office can get it provided it gets the exclusive work of that oflioo. While our county press may differ on other lines it seems to us that wo could bo united on this, and in a gentle way remind tho county candidates, if any there be, they should think on thoso things. These remarks nro right la lino with those against our citizens sending oil for their groceries, clothing, etc. Many of our grocers and merchants get nil their stationery away from homo. Tilts Froderiektmvn News says that Prof. N. Ii. Henry has with drawn from the race for state superintendent of public schools. This loaves the way clear for Prof. V. T. Carrington on tho democratic sidm. Mow, if the republicans will nominate Prof. J. U. White, of Mrooktleld, wo will have a good opportunity of electing him over Carrington, as Carnngton belongs to that Jef ferson City gang that tho people aro very anxious to get out. Prof. White has the experience and the qualifications to make a good superintendent, and being a conservative republican ho has many friends among the demo cratic ranks. Also Mr. White has taught in various portions of the state, hence is well known to our people. Thk Missouri democratic poli ticians go off to Asia and South Africa to talk about giving tho people a republican form of gov ernment. In Missouri they have practically disfranchised half tho voters by means of unfair election laws, bulldozing election methods and false election returns. And they have takon fourteen mem bora of congress out of fifteen by a vicious gerrymander, leaving one-half the voters with only one congressman. Having stifled free government in Missouri, when ever they raiso their hypocrit ical voice for free government in Asia and South Africa, or any whero else, they aro simply pos ing as demagogues. Poplar Bluff Republican. The Missouri political machino is not running as smoothly as formerly. Sam Cook busted the b'iler when ho wrote that letter to the Republic in which he called Representative Cardwoll a liar, and Chief Engineers Phelps and Seibert are finding that every otlort to patch up tho wholo makes it bigger and bigger. It's a mighty hard job to patch up a b'iler without lolling the stOMm go down, and without some new material. Phelps nnd Seibert are finding that this Is no joko. .Scott County Kicker. STOPS THE fOl'CU AND WOliKS Off Tho Cold. Laxativo Uromo Quinine Tablets euro a cold in onaday. No cure, no pay. Sc. fhla signature ta on every tx of the gtmulaa Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tablet tha remedy that cwrra at eoM tn on day ARRIVING OR JUST IN AT County Supervision. Let us havo cour.ly supervision in Cape Girardeau county. Let some one pet up a petition signed by 100 freeholders, and then the matter can bo voted on at tho election the lirnt Tuesday in April. Wo believe If our peoplo can bo made to see tho advantages of (his ofHce they will gladly vote to cieato it. The titno is short and what is done must bo none quickly. The duties of the county superintendent are clearly marked out in the school law, and if tho person elected to tho office will carry on', thoso duties ho will bo of much benefit to the schools of the county. For Associate judge, F.iuTOii Ueiiald: I notico iu your Inst issue "A Voter"' asking J. A. flowers, of Oak Uidge, to run for presiding iu lge. Wo bo- lieve him to bo a good man, and now if wo could get L. V. Klos toruiun, of Capo Girardeau, for associate iudgo from this district we believe wo would have a good county court, lot us havo .1. A. Mowers for presiding judge and L. l Klosterman for associate judge. What do you say. voter? C'Al'B TOWXSHIl'. Held a "Confab." Some of tho republicans held a "confab" at Jackson ThursJay which was of a very suspicious natuto. Details will bo given in a few davs.--Cano Kenublicun. Wo await the details. Why not circulate a petition in each township anil see who wants primaries, nnd turn this petitiou orcr for our county central com mittee to net iiion. Surely they will consider what the majority of the citizens want. Frlitla.M), Mo., March 5. Editok Ueiiald: In last week's Cash-Book 'Now and Then," in discussing Miss Certio Crow's talk on tho "Ministry of "omen, would lead ono to bo lievo sho was tnakiug a woman's speech. Such was not tho case. iNow and Then ' also says. ''It has been said women havo enough privileges und rights already." Why didn't ho say Miss Crow made this ussertion also adding that sho was not making a "woman's rights talk." Hex. Dental Notice. I will visit the following named towns on tho following named dates: Millerville, Monday afternoon, March 17. Oak Kidge, Monday forenoon, March L'4. I'ocahotitas, Monday forenoon, March 31. Jackson, Monday forenoon, April 7. And will remain at each place one week. Dental work in all its branches. Teeth extracted with out pain. Hespect fully, L. I'. Klff. Dentist. Tin; nr.sr pkksciui'tion fob Malaria, chills and fever is a bot tle of Grove's Tasteless chill tonic. Uissimplv iron and cpii nine in a tasteless form. No cure, no pay 1'rico 50o. OIlDKU OF Pt'iruV'ATION. In the Cincult Court of Cap.. Girar deau County, State of Missouri. Monday, February 21, l'jo:!. In VHoat ion. Sarah Scurloek, " Flalntitr, Civil Action, vs. (i. V. Scurloek. Divorce. Ih f, eulant. .1 Now, at this day comes tlio plain till. Siirnli Scurliick, by Iter attorney, Kdward 1). Hays, Ksi., and llles licr etilioii anil tittidavit, alleging, anions other tiling, Unit the defend ant is a non-resident ot tho istute of Missouri. Whereupon, It Is ordered by tho Clerk of this Court, In vacation, that said defendant bo not I Mod by publica tion, that the plaintitf has com. nienced it suit against hlni in this Court, the object and general nature of which is to obtain a decree of di vorce from the bonds of matrimony contracted between tho plaintltt and the defendant, on the grounds of cruel and barbarous treatment and abandonment, and that unless the said defendant, U. W. Scurloek, be and appear at this Court at the next term thereof, to bo begun and hidden at tho court-houso iu the city of Jackson, iu eald county, on tho 5th day of May, li"0i,and on or before tho third day of said term (if the term ahull so long continue if not, then on or before the l ist day of said term) answer or plead to tho petition in said cause, the same will no taken as confessed, and judgrucut rendered accordingly. And it in further ordered that a copy hereof be published in tlto Jackson Hkkai.w, k newspaper printed and published in the city of Jackson, Cane (ilrardoau county, Missouri, for four weeks successively, the last insertion to be at least tlf tee'n days before the commencement of the next term of this-Court. A true copy from tho record. Witness my hand and oltlclal seal. Done at office in tho city of . . Jackson, (n 8ni,j county, Seal this 2lth day of February, A. I). 1902. Chris K. Bkttbk, Clerk. Attest: Edwakd D. Hays, Attorney. 10 Tltt'KTKIVS U.K. Whereas, William II. Criddle nnd Columbia A. Crlddh'. husband nnd wife, by their certain deed of trust, dated the IHtli d.iy t September, !UU, and recorded In hook W, page a'.!, Pi the recorder' "Hire of the county iif Cape (iirHi'denii and tho state of Missouri, conveyed to tho undersigned trustee, the following described real estate, situated in the county of Capo Oir.nde.-iu nnd state of Missouri, to-wit: Ml.ntl acres, being lii'j.sj acres otf the west end of lot No. 1, of sub division of survey No. UI1I confirmed to Hold. Orenii, nnd T".27 acres, the east fractional liulf i,r the southeast fractional quarter of tract ional aec tlon No. n. all in township :il. north of rnnge 12, F., described : lli gin nt a post I he S. W. corner of tract of Cm acres olf (be east end of survey No. Hiiln, confirmed to David (Ireen.'fnnn which post a black gi.ui 22 inches In diameter hours N, l.'i degrees V. 2.j links, thence run H. S2 degrees K. with said line 4..V1 eliiiius to a post corner, from which a gum 0 inches In diameter bears S. td degruen V. links and n white 0.1k lo inches In diameter bears N. is degrees K. links, thence S. s degrees W. 27.12 chains to the S. iMiundary of said lot No. 1 of said ltobt. (ii. eii survev No. 2I!, thence N. M dejiees V." 2l.:i2 chains to the W. boundary of said fractional section No. H. thence S. 7' degrees V. 2I.-T.I chains to the.S. K. corner of snid section !i, thence N, N'.t degrees W. 1.1 4fi clriins to a corner, thence N. 41 27 chains along the line dividing tlie east nnd west halve of tho S. K. fractional ouo-uarter of fractional section li to the quarter section line, thence S. H'J degrees K. 21.0,1 ennins to the west boundary line of survey No. 2lu, thence N. 7'4 de grees K. U.22 chains, thence S. sj de grees i;. pl.ss chains to the place of beginning. There i, r.vci pled out of the above described land four acres sold bv the grantors herein to Mrs. KHz. Plack off the end of the F. fractional of the S. K. fractional t.of fractional section 9, leaving oo.o.. nercoy conveyed, in above is the same land upon wliic the grantors herein now live and is fully described in two deeds of record in said county in Ismk o of the deed records t hereof at pages 2!ni, :hi, ami joj h in I .iu.i respect ivilv. Which said conveyance was made in trust to secure a certain promis sory note 111 said ileed of trust ui scribed; and whereas, default lias been made iu payment of the priuci pal and interest of said note, now therefore, at the request of the legal holder of said note, and in pursuance to the conditions in said deed of trust, I, the undersigned trustee. will, on SATCKDA Y, APRIL 5. 1W2, between the hours of lOo'clock iu the forenoon ami 5 o'clock in the after noon of that day. at the south front door of the court-house in the city of Jackson, Cape (uriirdeaii county, Missouri, sell the real estate above described at public vendue to tin highest bidder for cash, for the pur pose 01 sausiying sini note and the cost of cxectit ing this trust. U. ii. Mkikk, Trustee. T Ill'STKli'.S SALK. Whereas, on the Iloth dav of April, Ph, Krnst F. Wagner and Rosa L. Wagner, husband and wife, by their certain deed of trust, recorded in book W" of T and M. jingo 477, in the land records of Cape tilrardeau county, Missouri, conveyed to the undersigned trustee, the following described real estate, sit uate, lying nnd being in tho count v of Capo Oirardeau and state of Mis souri, to-wti: Lot number ono (11 of block one (1) of Wcltecke's addition to the city of Jackson, the same being a tub' division of lot number live (5) of Margnret r ulenwider's subdivision of V. S. survey No. :)22, In Township number thirty-one (31 , Range twelve (12), as made by James F. Itrooks, executor of the last will and testa ment of Margaret Fulenwider, de ceased, and being same lot acquired by said Krnst F. Wagnerof James H. Howard and wife, by warranty deed of record in the recorder's olllcc of said county iu deed book No. ;iu, l)ii ge 0.1. Which said conveyance was made iu trust to secure the payment of a certain promissory note therein jur ticularly described: anil whereas, default has been niude in the payment of said note and the in terest thereon ; now, therefore, I, as trustee, anil at the request of the legal holder of said note, nnd iu accordance with the provisions nnd st ipulations of said deed of trust, and by virtue of the authority vested in me by said deed of trust, hereby give notice that 1 will on SATURDAY, MARCH 13, 1!K2, between the hours of i o'clock in the forenoon nnd ti o'clock in tho after noon of that day, at the south front door of the court-house in the city of Jackson, in said county of Cape Oirar- .1...... ...-.,1 : r - ,( oeuti iiou nuiiu 01 iiiissouri, sen at public auction to the highest bidder, for cash in band, all of the above described real estate, to satisfy siid debt with tho expenses of this trust and sale. Wm.i.iam Pa ar. Trustee. A DM I NuTrRATOlt'S NOTIC K. of administration upon the estate of Sarah J. Adams, deceased, have been granted to tho undersigned by the Probate court of Cape Oirardeau county, bearing date tho 31st day of jiiinmiy, jma. All persons having claims against said ostato nro required to exhibit them to tho undersigned for allow ance, within one year from tho date of said letters, or t hey may bo pre cluded from nny benetltof said estate; nnd if said claims bo not exhibited within twoyearsfrom tho date of tho publication of this notice, they will be forever barred. It James IT. Adams, Administrator. Stock Holders Meeting. Notico is hereby given that a spoctal meeting of tho Korstner Mercantile company will bo held at their office in the town of Gordoufille, Mo., on Wednesday, March 20, 1!)02, for tho purpose of voting upon a proposition to bo submitted to increase capital stock of said company from ten thousand dollurs to fifteen thou sand dollars. J. II. Keiistner, E. W. 11 ink, Claus Keustnek, IS Directors. Uordonvillo, Mo., Jan. 23, 1902. Notice to Farmers. All Backs loaned by us or our warehousemen must bo returned at once. Prompt attention will save costs and trouble. 17 Cape County Milling Co. "Silver Plate that Wears.'. Ma. aiS-BAKINO DISH. A handsome article and just as practical and useful as it is hand some. Whether it is used to serve plain baked beans or the most dainty dessert, it recommends itself to every housekeeper as most desirable. Every thing: else In "Silver Plate that I Tears" you can possibly want, including "1847 knives, forks, spoons, etc H ASS LI N QER THE JEWELER CROWNS. G.S, HENDERSON OOIfir?i Dentist Office On .South High Street, over Capo County .Savings Hank, Jackson, Missouri. Oillcc phone, 1.2; residence, 17?. Dr. C. V. Alsop, Resident Dentist. Dentistry Practiced in All Its llranches. Ofllco phone 178; Residence 73 JACKSON, - MISSOURI. Dr. J. L. Jenkins, RESIDENT DENTIST Jackson, Missouri Oror Soliaefer's Store. Gold Fillings, Silver Killings. Ce ment tilling. Artificial Teeth. Teeth cleaned. Plates repaired. Painless Kxtraction free when Plates are wanted. Orren Wilson, Attorney Kte'.-y! at Law. Collections a Specialty. Capo Girardeau, Mo. EDW. D. MAYS, Attorney at Law AND Notary Public. OFMCE-Opposite Central Hotel. JACKSON, MO. JOHN A, SNIDER. ATTORNEY AT LAW. JACKSON MO BRIGHT'S DISEASE. The largest sum over paid lor a prescription clumped hands iu San Francisco, Auust .'10, luoi. The transfer Involved in coin and stock $112,&noo und was paid by a party of business men fora specific for I (right's disease and biabetcs, hitherto incur able diseases. They commenced tho neriotis ln vestiKhtion of the specific November 15, Iskk), They interviewe 1 scores of tho cured and tried it out on its merits by putting over three doxen eases on tlm treatment and watching them. They also got physicians to name chronic, incurable cases, nud administered it with the physicians for judges. Up to August 2ft eighty seven per cont of the lest cases were either well or progressing favorably. There being but thirteen Her cent of failures tho parties were satisfied and closed the transaction. Tlio pro. ceedings of the investigation com mittee and tho clinical reports of the test case were published and will tio mailed free tin application. Address John J. Fulton Company, 420 Mont gomery St., Han Francisco, Cal. dcdol Dyspepsia Cero 1 Meier Bros. Hdw. Co. Have just n line of White Elephant Buggies, John Deere plows and corn planters. We are agents for the Rumely threshing ma chinery, Deering binders, mowers and hay rakes, Hartig - Becker Blue Jay plows and cultivators, Am erican field fencing and M. M.. S. poultry wire, New Moline, O'Brien & Smith farm wagons, Reed's Patent Anti-Rust tinware and Veni tian enameled ware. Get our prices before buying. ti Meier Bros. Hardware Company (J JACKSON. MISSOURI. . p a iy' Jackson Exchan Bank JACKSON, As the Winter season 3 is at its close, 3 We must close 1 out H ' Our H Winter Stock r to make room for our 5 p Spring Goods. 1 Er Therefore, we will 3 H give you a bargain. t Come in s and see us. 3 s We have also a few 3 odd sizes of shoes 3 to sell cheap. 3 EE 1 SCHAEFER, I H Southwest corner 3 Public Square. 1 aiuiiiiaiiiiuiitiiiiiuaiiiiiiiiiiiiuuiuuiiaiiiitiiiiuiiiiiiii TO THE PUBLIC: WK, tho undersigned, take pleasure In announcing to the people of Cape Cirardeau and adjoining counties, that we have leased Wilkinson's Mill on Aoole Creole. dato thclrublio with hoice Flour ATREASONABLE PRICES. We Are)nionufacturing the following brands: J We will 1 ui . . "" ousineiis iu nour, mcnl, bran and ship.tua. We will give our personal attention to tho business at all times no" solicit a share of the public patronage. Respectfully, Theiss 86 Theiss, Altenburg, Mo. 1 3 received a full MISSOURI o 'ANGEL CAKE" "WORLD'S FAIR 1903" "PRIDE OF ALTENBURQ"