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Cn4»trjrwide interest is evi
li'ttced in the famous "J. C. R
ase which will again come up
fur trial in this county. Begin
ning with December 26th, J. C.
If, the man of mystery, although
unable Lo talk or write, will try
to establish to the satisfaction
of the court that he is Jay Al
len Caldwell, who disappeared
from th« home of his father, J.
H. Caldwell, near Taylor, several
years ago. |L
Mr. Caldwlel, Senior, W13'
tains that "J. R." is not Vis
Iter of Mr. Caldwell, is equally
'son, and Mrs. May Moran, daugh
jositive that the man is her
brother. Many old neighbor«vof
the Caldwell family support Mrs.
•Moran in her belief, and Ujjjjfre
the matter stands- 3*
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We have Shoes for All the Family
The Joy Shoe Store
"J. C. K. was
HIDES AND FURS ARE HIGHER
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II Your Want to Realize the Best Price. We Buy Hides of all Kinds
HIDES and FURS are Higher
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seca, Mi nnesota, several years
ago in practically the same con-j
dition that lie is today. He was
sent by the authorities to a hos-(
pital for the insane, from which
he finally e raped. He was later
located in Chicago, where a Mrs.
Pitkin laid claim to him as her
son. The cast? became of nation
al interest when Mrs. Pitkin lat
er disclaimed him as her off
spring, and came with him to
Dickinson and made claim for
him to the fortune which Jay
Allen Caldwell left when he dis-'
appeared, stating that he waSj
the missing man. ThC woman
was evidently a fraud, and when
her game was shown up, she left
for part unknown. But despite
Mrs. Pitkin's work, there are
several who still believe that the
man of mystery is Jay, although
records of the case seem to con
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up in Wa-J
COW HIDES SHEEP PELTS
According to all'Taylor and is a frequent
records available ".J. C. R." was to Dickinson. A number of far
picked up at Waseca, Minn., be-! mers of the Taylor vicinity, who
fore. Jay Allen Caldwell uisap-'knew Jay Allen Caldwell int:
peared. But here again comes! mately, are financing the case o
the discrepency- The man pick
ed up ai Waseca had no visible
markj or scars. The '"J. C. II."
of today has a deep depression
on the left side of his forehead
caused evidently by some blunt'
instrument, which in depressing
the skull, caused the unfortun-!
man's loss of speech.
"J C. R." seems intelligent i
enough and he tries hard to|
make himself understood by
mean of signs. He has a good
memory and appears to be quite
normal in many respects. One
arm and leg are partially paral
yssed, also probably as a result
I of the depression upon his brain.
He is at present staying at the
lvnute Stanger farm home near
v i s i o
"J. C- R." which will be brouglii
before the district court oi
Stark county for the second
time on Tuesday, December 26th.
—Dickinson Pre s.
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