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Southeast Missouri Notes.
From New Wells. Mart Hopkins wa9 shot and killed at a dance near Brunie latt week. The shooting was done by John Granger, a drinking, reckless fellow. Hopkins was considered a good citizen. The- freight division of the Frisco between the Capo and Memphis has been established at Hayti. The Columbia lead company of St. Francois county has sus pended business. Burglars robbed several stores in the lead belt last week, A society known as the Mer chants' league has been organ ized at Fiat River. Its object is to capture the thieves that have been doing: So much robbing dur ing the past few months. J. II. Tettaley is president. A Mr. Fender of near Pied mont was robbed of 885 and a gun at the Riverside hotel at Poplar Bluff last week. Willie Bollinger (colored), who robbed the Butler County bank of 81,00 last year, was sentenced to two years in the penitentiary at Greenville last week. J. H. Lyons, formerly of the Cape, will sell the St. Francois hotel, owing to ill health. Lodge Directory. The Tribe Ben Hur meets in the A. O. U. W. hall the second and fourth Monday nights of each month at 8 o'clock. Chas. Hurst, chief; J. R. Watkins, scribe. The Tent of the Maccabees meets in the A. O. U. V. hall the second and fourth Tuesday nights of each month at 8 o'clock. Jos. Milde, commander; A. F. Will iams, secretary. The Jackson A. O. U. W. No. 138 meets the first and third Wednesday nights of each month at o'clock. Chas. Daley, master Workman; F. W. Beuekeman, recorder. The Fraternal Order of Colo nials meets in the A. O. U. W. hall the first and third Thursday nights of each month at 8 o'clock. B. F. Lusk, president; A. C. Schmuke, secretary. Court Directory. County court meets at Jackson the first Monday in February, May, August and November. Probate court meets at Jackson the second Monday in February, May, August and November. Circuit court meets at Jackson the first Monday in January, May and November and the third Monday in August. Common picas court meets at Cape Girardeau the fourth Mon day in January, May and September. fMRS. CECEUA STOWE Orator, Eutro Nous Club. 1 1 MPS. CECELIA STOWE, 176 Warren Avenue, Chicago, III., Oct. 22, 1902. For nearly four wars 1 nuiTored from ovarian troubles. The doc tor insisted on an operatiou a the only way to pet well. I, however, strongly objected to an operation. My husband felt disheartened as well as I, for home with a sick woman is a disconsolate, place at best. A friendly druggist advised Lira to get a bottle of Wine of Cardui for me to try, and he did so. I began to improve in a few days and my recovery was very rapid. With in eighteen weeks I was another being. Mrs. Stowe'a letter shows every woman how home is saddened by female weaknes and how completely Wine of Cardui cures that sick ness and brings health and happi ness again. Do not go on suffer ing. Qo to your druggist today and secure a 11.00 bottle of Wine of Cardui. VJir.BCanDUi Wheat threshing is prevailing east of here. Pretty fair yield, wm. Scholl made 10 bushels to the acre and Robert Foster made 0J bushels to the acre. J. M. Cotner is buliding a new blacksmith shop at this place, which means prosperity a much needed thing. The Democrats have almost got the blues in this campaign because 16 to 1 is a past issue and is no more mentioned. Folk, the great orator, is dead in the hull. The only thing the Democrats -talk about is the negro question and if they con sider it right it is like Folk preaching boodle it will be square against them. The picnic near this place on July .TO was a succsss, but the one in the river hills was a scrapping and cutting affair. It's a pity that the boys can't behave themselves. Hill Ike. OllIKK OK ITHLICATION. i:i the Cape Girardeau Court of O.in moii I'Ii'.im, within and for the County of Cape tir;iro,ni and State of Missouri. Sepiemlier term. l'Hi-l, in vat-iiiion. W.l.ard MeKiiv, l'liiint.ff i v 1 1 Cl.ira M.-Kiiy.' Iiefe-udiuit. ! AcU"" (In !hi Dill tiny or AiiKUM. 1 !. comes Uie plaint iff herein by hi at torney, before the clerk of the Cupe (iirardeuu Court of Common l'leas. in VHC.itioir and files li in petit ion and affidavit, iille'inn Htniii)f other 111 I ntf. llu.. Hie defemittiil, Chun McKay, is nut a resident of the .State of Missouri it ml can not he nerved with pi'ocexR in mix state, wuereupon it is ordered by the clerk of siid court, that said defendant be not lib d by imbieation that plaintiff has com menced a suit against her in this court, the object mid nature of which is to obtain a dei-ree of divorce from th bo lis of iniitrimony. contracted lift wei n t laintili and dctoiidau',. on the grounds oi ittiaiKioniiniit. and that, unless the said defendant. Clara McKay, be and appear at this court lit the next term thereof, to be bejrun and ln.ldeii at the court house in the City of Cape Cirardoau. in said county, on the 2iith day of Septem ber, 11HI4, s:nl on or before the tourtli (I, iv ot the term, if the term shall so lonjf continue, if tint, then un or he fore the last tiny (if Mild term, answer or plead to the petition in said cause, the same will be taken as confessed and judgment will be rendered ac cordingly. And it is further ordered that a copy )n reel t published In the Jai kson llKKALli.il newspaper pub lished in the County of Cape (iirar deau, Missouri for four weeks suc cessively, the last Insertion to be at least, tlfteen tl;iyn before the first day of the next term of this court. A '.rue copy. Attest: OKI). K. CIIAl'I'ELL.C'ltrk. mm mm off ECidney tho reach WiH positively cure any case or Bladder disease not beyond of medicine. No medicine can do more. FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE strengthens the urinary organs, builds up the kidneys and invig orates the whole system. IT IS GUARANTEED TWO SIZES 50o and $1.00 Passtd Stom and Gravtl With Excruciating Palm A. H.Thurnes, Mgr. Wills Creek Cosl Co., Buffslo, O., writes: "I tisve been sfflicted with kidney snd blsddcr trouble fur years, pass ing gravel or stones with excruciating psins. Other medicines only gave relief. After taking FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE the result was surprising. A few doses started the brick dust, like fine stones, etc., and now I have no pain .cross my kidneys and I feel like a new man. FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE has done me $1,000 worth of good." No Othir Rtmidy Can Compara With It Thos. w". Carter, of Ashboro, N. C, had Kidnev Trouble snd one bottle of FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE effected a perfect cure, and he ssys there is no remedy that will compare with It. SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY ALL DRUGGISTS. An Appeal to Republicans. i OK ENTEB PRISE. INGENUITY AND ORIGINALITY. Say something against Lax Fos in the presence of those who have taken it and you'll be sorry. Every person using Las Foe will tell yon an inter esting story of bow it cored them. Lax Fos is the very latest example of medical enterprise, iogrnnity and originality. . tbima who fytCvn, been siok, nod ot dots, y, Lax Fes is the best , medioinV mao.xon:ake it a little belter UianAuyotber remedy even though itVuetuore U an invest rnent and nptawfpoMa to the 8. H. WinstcaOIecUHn Co. No advertise ment la eSl thnvitfc peoplo say v . nil . 1 inter more a done in ation, oon r trouble. Lax Fpf is the btt. any business give tSc than you promise, y Lax Fos. It cures i stipation, kidney and Its good effects are felt at once. Talto no substitute. Tbo genuine is sold on tho money back flan by drofgints ev erywhere. FOR SALE BY DR. S.E. WOODS Sciatica. Rev. W. L. Riley, L. L. D., Cuba, New York, writes: "After fifteen days of excruciating pain from sciatic rheumatism, under various treatment I was induced to try Ballard's Snow Liniment; tho first application giving my first relief and the second entire relief. I can give it unqualified recommendation." 25c, 50, $ 100. Sold by S. E. Woods. TO THE RF.PVUi.ICAN VOTERS Cape Gihakdeal' County: When making up your ticket on August 20 carefully consider Orren Wilson for prosecuting at- j torney. ' I Mr. Wilson is 32 years old. lie worked on a farm at 50 cents a day to go to school on at Oak ' Ridge in 1800. He secured a certificate to 1 teach school and taught his firft school near Ot. r lonville, when his father moved to a farm fourj miles south of Cape Girardeau,; from which he often walked to j the normal, where he attended several years, and read law dur- j ing the summer and while he was not teaching or going to school. lie was admitted to the bar in 1901, was married in February of j same year, when he commenced law in the city of Capo Giiar- , deau, and he has a good pratice, for he carefully observes the lawj in each case. He is a plain every day man, and always knowns his friends, j and if he is nominated on the' Republican ticket, at the primary, j he will do his duty to make the county as good an attorney as it has had, and serve his party well. A Fkiexu. Herbine Renders the bile more fluid and thus helps the blood to flow ; it af fords prompt relief from bilious ness, indigestion, sick and ner vous headaches, and the over indulgence in food and drink, j Herbine acts quickly, a dose after ! meals will bring the patient into! a good condition in a few days, j (i. L. Caldwell, Agt. M. K. and j T. R. R.. Checotah, Ind. Ter.,j writes, April IS, 1003: "1 was! sirk for over two years with en-j j kirgemont of the liver and spleen, j The doctor did me no good, and 1 j had given up all hope of being) cured, when my druggist advised me to use Herbine. It has made me sound and well." 50c Sold by Dr. S. E. Woods. The Fraternal Order of Colonials. Fraternal Beneficiary Society Organized Under the Laws of the State of Missouri. Reserve Fund Created From In ception oi the Grjer. Objects of lha Order. Tho purpose of this r?itniz:ttlon Is to unite In a l'r.it(.rn:il btiily all wlnto undo persons of jjood mural cliiti.ioter; between tlio a.uos oi IS tiuJ SO years, who ran pans the necessary inedioal ex amination, mid who arc nut engaged in hazard ous OCCUptltiollS. Government. JLocal .Assemblies, and uie fc'ivemou by preine Assembly of 20 member elected bv a fcjti- n II tin; members of tlie Order every fuiir yeprs. Tlio laws euiifted by the tjunreti'ie Assembly are applied by the Supremo. Kxeeutlvo C'etiimltte cuiisistinif of the ttix Supreme (Klloers of the Order, and by a Supreme Auditing Comtnltteo of three representative business meu. Plan of , Operation. The amonnt of money the beneficiaries of a member receive at Ins death depends upon the period of membership. If death t.ccurs during the first yar of liu-rnbcTship the Ordr p.iys 200 on eiieli UWO named in the oenetleiaryVer tilleate; if tlealli tieours during the fecotnl year the payment isf PXMm each ?I'iti0; if death occurs diirinif the tliird year tlio pavinet-.t is ooo on each $Pi00; if di tith urci:rs during" the fnnrtri year the p-iymeril 1 hi r i"ii 'i ik- tmt. if death tints' not. 'c tir until ta fiitii or later year of inemberrii;, th', O'.'d- ; pays, not only the full tace of the cer: ific-ii.-. but.' I:, addition thereto nil iisM'sstiu -.its .;.i,l t.' en i;i. less !lf0 for each tliVH) mimed in the c ::v:Uk. AppUcatioii ol Asiessmer. ts. Out of every monthly Ms-enient paid by each member, & per cent, thereof U applll to niaititaiuintr the Drder mid p lyiiitt tlcnffi losses. The full and prompt. paj.in'ii. l ceiy death claim is ptnrantoed by the Jtrservb i mid oi the Order. The llcserve Fund is cre.iie.5, ii;sr, by IVi per cent, of ciieh and every r.st-essnient paid by every member; second, by uil tleduotious ii'oni the cettitiam-s of members whoso deaths occur alter more tUuu four fail yiutrs of uiom- bership. The double stream of revenne flowitifi; into this fund creates a percentage of Jtcserve not Mirptissetl by any Fraternal Order in tsiKtcuce. Ritual. It Is the attn of the Order to nfTord Ita mem bers nn cqu'table. buwincss-Uke, nnd eciioiiiical plan of protection, founded upon tiio pant experience ol tlie life Insuranc) world Cut it is at the same tin .e n social or.'aniiition. It has a beautiful Kituailstic work that is pleasing and instructive. Expense. The membership fee is $5.00. This Includes the cost of medical examination. KetifUt Cer tificates am issued for $1wkj or $J0K) as each member fur himself may elect. The asfement is 75 rer!': jnonth ' i pRch tt"vi v.icli Local Assembly flxos a small ninnthly piiytnent for local dues to meet such expense as ft may incur. The payments each mom li are the same, and all members pay alike. Assessments are not praded according uj the ai;es of the members, but the money paid out at the death of each member is equalized according to Ills period of uicuiborship. SUPREME EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. David P. Bailey Supreme President. Wm D. Robertson Supremo Vlo 5-President. RJward D. Hays Supreme Secretary. John P. Mabrey Supreme. iTcasurer. Dr. J. J. Mayfleld Supreme Physician. William II. Miller Supreme Attorney. SUPREME AUDITING COMMITTEE. Edward W. Flentge, Andrew V, Williams, Charles A. Sawyer. SUPREME OFFICE, - JACKSON, MO. For further Information you are Invltod to correspond with the Supreme Secretary. Gold Medal Contest. HERB ii V Hump Back SCOTT S EMUUION won't msks a tt hump back straight, neither will it make f ahort leg long, but K feeds soft bone and heals dlwascd bone and Is among uie tew genuine meant oi recovery in rickets and bone consumptioa. Send lor frrt aanple. SCOTT BOW Nit, Chcnistt, 4091 1 fori SiraM, New York. sue. ana si ioot w arngtwa. I n FOLEYSHONEYTAR Cures Cold) Prevents) Pneumonia RESTORES VITALITY Made a IAaII ft'. THE "ofTfssUti.01 wie. BrodncM tbo aboro vosnlta In SO days. It at cowerf ullr and qulcklr. Cora wban all olhan (a. touos man will nsaln tbair kwt manbood.aDilold nn will iKonr "jolr Toutlital visor br ulna KEVIVO. It galclyndaiirlrrioraNroua. Mi, Lot Tltalllr. Impotaoor. Nlf litlf Imualaaa, UiatFovar.Falllns liamorr. Wutlu DlauM.aul all affaeta ot aali aboaa or aiMaaaiid Isdlacratlon, blobnnSMOMforatudr.boiliiaaaorniarrlasa. It Botonly auras bratartlns at tliaaaat ol dlaaaaa. bul Is a (rut aarvo toolo and blood builder, trios Ins back tba pink alow to polo cboakaandra atotlns tba Oro of yooth. ft warda off Inaaalt and CooaoBpttoa. loalat oa baTlas KEVITO. no DUiar. It om ba camad In aaat pockat. Br asall lAOBWBaokaaa.oa'ali tot M.OO, with a po alva mtttan naroatoa to emra or ralajaS Botik and adTlaa f raa. Addraaa Ti eh For sale by H. L. Jones, Jackson rayoar Bulidlaa CMICAOO. 1LU There will be 11 W. C. T. U. gold medal contest at Oak Ridge on August 16. The following is the programe : Devotional exercises. ' '.' Song and Chorus A Mother's Cry. The College Oil Cnn Annie Jenkins. Result of Treating Virgie Mil ler. Song Press On and On. The Terrible Charge Bennie Nichols. The Convict's Soliloquy Es ther M. Ellis. Song Just Lean Upon Jesus. The Court of last Appeal Rena Samuel. Song Row Me over the Tide By the class. Song Good Night. Admission 15 cents; children under 12 years, 5 cents. G&ROEN Missouri State Normal School. r, , , TIIIKI) DISIItUT, Ginseng, Golden START AN Fortunes in Seal and Senega all valuable- opening, Tuesday, Sep- medieal plants. Easily grown ' temper 13, liK)4. and hardy throughout the U.S.: Well eeiuipped departments in Always a ready market and de-; English Language and Literature mand increasing. Room in your lli.story, Mathematics, Physics garden to grow thousands of dol- j Physiography, Chemistry and lars' worth. We sell and seed. 1 Agriculture, Biology, Naturo Plant in fall. Booklet and maga-; Study, Latin, Greek, German, zine telling all about it 4c. Write j French, Elocution, Manual Train-to-day. Ozark Ginsknq, ling, Drawing, Music, and Peda ' Dept;V., Joplin, Mo. 1 gogy. Rheumatism. Elementary Normal Certificate When pains or irritation exist' is a limited State Certifiicate. on any part of the body, the ap-j Normal Diploma is a life State plication of Ballards Snow Lini-1 Certificate, ment gives prompt relief. E. W. j For further information or cat- Sullivan, Prop. Sullivan House alogue address W. 8. Dearmont, President. El Reno, O. T., writes, June 6th, 1002 1 "I take pleasure in recom mending Ballard's Snow Lini ment to all Who are afflicted With I Her Object In Ufa. rheumatism. It in the only rem- J Miss Laura M. Cornelius, an Oneida iTi. j ,v 4. j 1 Indian, studying at the University of edy 1 have found that gives im- j ,"rnlat ay, ,be wm devote her mediate relief." 25c, 50c, $100. nf to the preservation of the tan Sold by S. E. Woods. guage and literature of ber people. K