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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 5 October 1895

THE MISSOURI DAIRY ASSOCIATION, The Splendid Exhibition of Dairy ' In St Louis Of Great Interest The dairy department of the coming 6L Lonia fair, under the management of Hon. Levi Chnbbnclc, secretary of the Mimonri State Dairy association, will be moat interesting and Instruc tive. A floor plan of Dairy hall la ehown herewith, by which we can aee what arrangement are being made for the display of dairy goods and ap pliances, and for the accommodation of those .who wish to gain informa tion in that direction. f Scale 18 feet Dairy hall is one of the most attrac tive buildings on the grounds, con veniently located, and altogether well adapted for the purpose. A A are en trances. B is the engine room, in which will be an exhibit of engines suitable for use in creameries, one of which will drive a line shaft, to which will be belted such machinery aa will bs operated, auch as cream separators, milk-testers, churns, butter-workers and the like. The boiler, fifteen horse power, is at C ...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 5 October 1895

Tlie Weaklj Democrat Published Every Saturday by Tiis Democrat ' Prlntlna' Go. ' - , 114- THEMIS STREET. -: Entered at the Poet Offle at Cap Girardeau, Ho., as seeaad-clae matter.. - SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6, , 1885. When man is robbed of ft Urge part of his income and restitution is made of it, the Democrats call it the "return of prosperity!" Governor Carr of North Carolina observes:. "The new Tariff has not . had a fair trial yet" . Most people are now convinced that Jt ought not to have received any trial at all. . CoL Chas.. H. Jones, editor of the St Louis Post-Dispatch, and Joseph Pulitzer, owner of the Post-Dispatch, are having a legal fight over the edi torial control of the paper. Jones wants the paper to champion free sil ver and Pulitzer is fernist free silver. There is a striking resemblance be tween the attacks of old on the aboli tionists and those of to-day on the upholders of Protection. "Leave well enough alone; don't disturb the coun try by agitation; the people need r...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 5 October 1895

PERSONAL AND PERTINENT. ; .-.Vr MOSDAY. - :-v-. ; ." "When the Cotton Belt Railroad bo gins to run its trains to this city the Chicago and Texas road will pnt on a night train to run between East Cape Girardeau and Carbondale, Ills. Henry Huhn is going to have the Prescott House Annex fixed up in city style. Otto Holm is going to do the artistic work. ; Mayor Coever's picture in Sunday's Globe Democrat showed up welL . In fact we believe that our Mayor is the best looking man in the group of Missouri Mayors. ; Judge Ross says the old city ceme tery is a disgrace to the city. It is a wilderness of weeds and underbrush and those who have friends buried there cannot find their graves. The Methodist preachers still hare possession of Jackson and University How is not doing much business dur ing the stay of the preachers. This makes Frank McGuire smile. There will be an adjourned term of the Common Pleas Court on the 19th of November and many of the impor tant cases are continued to that...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 5 October 1895

THE DEMOCRAT.! f). H. IDAS, Fabllaher. CAPE GIRABDEAU. ; - MISSOURI The News Condensed. important Intelligence Fron All Parti. DOMESTIC.' While attempting to arrest a des perado named Owen, sear England, Ark.. Deputy Sheriff Harris and Officer Slaff were both shot and instantly killed. At the close of the Western league basebaU season the percentage of the clubs was as follows: Indianapolis, .645; St. Paul, .59; Kansas City, .584; Minneapolis, .690; Detroit, .473; Mil waukee, .400; Terra Haute, .419; Grand Baplds, .308. Nihitt Bossiana left Topeka 'for their native country. ' This is -the fourth Busslaa colony that has left Kansas for Europe. Mb. Hmbt L. Dudlxt, a mulatto, was murdered at Stamford, Conn., by Mack Slmpkins, a colored plumber, who then committed suicide. Jams McGnnns, a railway brake man at St Joseph, Mich., received word that his only brother had died in Cincinnati, tearing him 1750,000. Orxs 300 of the 700 negroes who left Alabama last' February for Mexico were eith...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 5 October 1895

THE DEMOCRAT. B. H. ADAMS, Publisher. CAPE GIRAKDEAU, - MISSOURI. LIFE'S ' LESSON. With what madness, untold ssdness. Spin V the Uncled thread of We; ' "With what worry, undue harry, - And such esrerness for strife. To we ro reeling, derold of feeling. Save for selt. end self slone. Throob. all the day, 1b life's pathway, A aoble hope unknown. . ' Tread we fearless, bllad aad tearless. . Oa away aa aching heart; "While It Ilea bleeding we. unheeding, Bace on as swift aa at the start; no wing never, if. or erer, ' The thing we seek to clasp -'Shall anally, la security, . Beat la our eager grasp. , -Aad then, at last, when life is past, Aad we bear the breakers roar Os the great sea of eternity. As they dash npoa Its shore "Too late we learn our chief ooaeera , Were something else sare trying To pluck the flower, bora of the hour. That fades while we are drtng- Chicago later Ocean A PRACTICAL JOKE. BT F. V. PHILIPS,! It did not end happily, not for Harry tfieymour, that Is to say; but...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 5 October 1895

I i--. r r. r t'Vv I' ' r -. r - . . r 11 S 5- I I 4 i 1 I II' if t. .. t - i SEDUCING THE SOUTH' FAIRY STORifS REGARDING THE RE- ; FORM CLUB'S WORK. . Zts staaJ Otyect aMMMiiirf Vat te IwpUaas Hrssll a WiptM Into XmiMM Haw It grands Infsaanallnn " We clip the following from The Jour Ml of Commerce ud Commercial Bul letin of Sept 9. This ia the leading commercial journal of thia ootmtry, and ita ctatementa show that the Reform - Club, instead of having milliona of dol lan, which it ia spending; for oorrnpt purposes, really baa a email fond which it ia spending for educational purpose. It ia, in fact, snpplementing the work " tkmeby onr-echools and colleges or '.. rather it ia doing work that they should hay done: , - A Texas paper ia manifesting great distress over a corruption fond of $1, 600,000 said to have been raised by the Chamber of Commerce -or the Reform . Onb, or each of them, for the purposes " of seducing the south from ita loyalty to he long suffering and down trodden ,...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 12 October 1895

-r-r----rc i i y- r I ' 4- f V ! DEMOCRAT PRINTING CO., Publisbers. CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1895. Vol. XX No. 24 Sjett0jOTt BACK TOJUSINESS. And Now Our Trade Will Increase. TlM' llUil"C.Vili Merio:i rr le lli uvi'-, ::.'! ;..uis win : u-i :k to ! if -tea: :!lve: i 1 y it tl HI!!' Tr;i i-ia.-y .. ai to .! v.::i ad' pit hi :-;-!ii" impel. pany's .-rs did Intsine, to drivi i- an ;! out to Coiu- .-lai-i ie Pa-- :i steamcr Idlewild. but her own not start her in the trade in a s like way. They undertook ; the Idlewild out bv cutting rates, and the consequence was a iv- j lontless steamboat war. Rates .were: cut down so low that both boats were J run at a loss to the owners. 1'assen- i fc-ers were carried at the rate of two j dollars for the round trip from here ' to St. Louis. Cattle were shipped j from here to St. Louis for fifty cents i jier head, wheat was carried to the St. Ijouis market for five cents per sack and all other kinds f freight propor tionately lo...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 12 October 1895

NOT AN ULTDIATUM. Secretary Olney's Message to En gland Simply a Notification DeUntiic the rosltion or the United State with Kelitiion to the Venezuelan Question The Monroe Doc trine Set Forth. Washington, Oct. 5. Some eastern papers announce with ostentation that ma ultimatum has been sent to En Aland that the United States would not tolerate aggression beyond the Schomburg1 line toward Venezuela. This is not true. No Ultimatum has been served. What has been done was to serve no tice of how the United states regarded the boundary dispute between En gland and Venezuela; that is that the United States did not recognize that Kngiand had any right to push across the Schomburg line, and that if it did push possession further the United States would regard it as an invasion of the Monroe doctrine, and, as such, an act unfriendly to the United States. A message containing this was sent to Ambassador Hayard about a month ago, with instructions to lay it before ier majesty's government. Whi...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 12 October 1895

THE FARMING WORLD. BUTCHERING BEEVES. How Farmer Can Have Good Meat All Throng) the Winter. With care in feeding' and butchering-, tho farmer can have a supply of the best beef all through the winter. One advantage in raising and butchering' yonr own meat is that yon know ex actly the kind and quality of the meat yon are eating' and this cannot aiways be said of what is bought dressed from the average country butcher. A two-year old heifer if kept in pood condition, so as to be thrifty and vig orous, makes good beef and the car cass is not usually so large but that an average farmer's family can use it to advantage. Cheaper beef can only be had by fattening an old cow with good pasturage and corn. The animal should have nothing to eat for at least twelve hours before kill ing, as its entrails will not then be distended and it can be cleaned easier and the carcass will cool ont more rap idly. The animal is best killed with a rifle ball, shot midway of a line from one fvp to the orimv...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 12 October 1895

Tie Weekly Democrat. Published Every Saturday by The Democrat Printing 60. 114 THEMIS STREET. Entered at the Post Offle at Cape Girardeau, Mo., as second-class matter. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12. 1895. General Mahone, of Virginia, died in Washington. D. C. October 8th, 1890. General Mahone was a leading General in General Lee's army and he was an ex-Senator from Virginia. The Texas legislature, when called together to make needed laws gets right down to business. That body was convened last week to pass an anti-fight law. They passed such a law and adjourned yesterday. Germany shows an average increase of 65 per cent of exports to the United States for the three months ended July 1 last. The Gorman-Wilson tariff is a good thing for foreign manufacturers and workingmen. Col. Charles EL Jones of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch is on top in his suit with Joe Pulitzer, and for the time being he will have full control of the Post-Dispatch, and under his ad ministration the paper will continue to c...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 12 October 1895

; , v r: -ir v?'-; ! .ir PERSONAL AND PERTINENT. MOJTDAY. Dick Kerley, the man charged with stealing human bodies in St Louis has surrendered to the officers fand and given bord. Our millers are paying fifty-six cents per bushel for wheat. New corn is worth twenty cents per bushel in this market. There are now six millinery stores in this city. The ladies ought to get their hats and bonnets cheap. Henry Martens was arrested last Saturday charged with a serious crime. He did not try to give bond and he was locked up in the Jackson jail. The flue in the public school build ing was found to be too small for the steam heater and the Board of Edu cation will build a new flue. Gannon Bros, have got the boiler for the steam heater in the basement of the public school building. They will have their contract completed by the first of November. TUESDAY. Philipp Stoll has moved his tailor shop to Flentge & Heinberg's store. Married, in this city October 6th. 180r, by W. H. Wilier," J. P., ...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 12 October 1895

a- If i t. j . 1 f f ; THE T1.. 1 i t.t Ci U j ll A 1 . I bridge, 0., was destroyed by fire with IS. H. ADAMS, I'uMiilu-r. CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOL'R OCTOBER 1895. MMTMTk M Sati 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 l314 15 1G 17 18 19 20 2122 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 Z ...j The News Condensed Important Intelligence From All Parts. DOMESTIC. Is the Rock River Methodist confer ence at Elgin, 111., it was decided to admit women as delegates in the gen eral conference by a vote of 142 lo 27. At Rockford, IIL, Leonard Preston. bank clerk, and George Ashbrook. of Janesville, Wis., were drowned by the capsizing- of their boat. Ax immense mass meeting1 was held in Chicago, presided over by Mayor Swift, to protest against Spanish tyranny in Cuba. Speeches were made and resolutions were adopted asking the L mted States government to recog nize the Cuban insurgents as bellig erents. Frank J. Dayereatx, aged 27, and W. Porter Hunt, aged 22, two newspa per correspondents living at Oneida X. Y-, were drown...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 12 October 1895

THE DEMOCRAT It. II. ADAMS, I'uhlUlier. :ave oiRAiaiEAr, MIStTOfRI. BOB WHITE. Bob White from the fence rail Is calling. The field for the harvest is brown. Cool dews on the hedgerows are falling As backward I come from the town. A year 'mid its din I've been working. But now, at the border of night, I pass where the deer-mice are lurking And hear the shy call of Hob White. I pause by the wayside uncertain, A lane branches off. and I see .A light and a snowy chintz curtain. Familiar as daybreak to me: Jind memories are rising unbidden. Of eves that were full of delight, 'When 1 by the heJgeross hidden Mucked giyly the call of Bob White. And one in the doorway was listing. A 'kerchief thrown over her head. "Who came at the sound to our try sting. Her cheeks as the roses were red, Xike gold of the harvest her treses. Her step as the thistledown light: -Sweet hour of love's vows and caresses Foretold by the call of Bob White. 'The tears from my eyes overflowing. Fall down on the wild r...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 12 October 1895

i v ii't ill i! i i i! ; M 7 . l i; i DUMAS' GOLDEN RULES. Prescription for Health, Wealth and Wisdom. "Walk two hours every day: sleep seven hours every night; go to bed always alone if you need to sleep; get up as soon as you- wake; eat only when you are hungry, and drink only when you are thirsty; and eat and drink always slowly. 'Never speak except when it is nec essary, and never say more than half of what you think. Never write any thing that you cannot sign, and never Jo anything that you cannot avow. Never forget that others will count upon you. and that you must never count upon them. Value money at its real wort!), neither more nor less. It is a good servant, hut a i:id master. "Keep away from women until you Coat of En Production. Estimates have placed the cost of one dozen eggs at as high a figure as 12c, but some experimenters find the cost to be 6c At the experiment sta tions, where every pound of food is weighed, and but little waste mate rial can be used, the cost is...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 19 October 1895

DEMOCRAT PRINTING CO., Publisiiers. CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1895. Vol. XX No. 25 Morning C Gal! no More. Will Its Kiiltor Was Most Vilify Misled !y I'alsf itopresi-nuitloiis and -parlous ''Icduesol Help. Tlie- Morning ( ail is no more. Its little son winded its way laslTuesday ; mornin-r. and before these iha-s reach he readers of the DhM )!;., t it will ! at the bie; -ate piea(iin wi'h St. lN't-r to pull th- latch s trill-. )n !!s tender face WJ the sad expression all nnfor- lunate newspapers carry -.-.'th lil-m to 1!i- promt sea land. Its tiny fei 1 w. re bar- I. cause t!i- -nerc'intnt wiio promised it Hothi.ig had t, roved cold aad i-ea: t! U had no poti-ait of t-ell. for th-- photogra: ::er who had pledged i. li!S support h.:d . ll-.-g!ected to i.i-n his --arid a i-p-., :i it-, beautiful face, ami St. l'eter ,-a.lil.v ri-cogtiiy.-d it as a child of th. cold :r:d ltnchari- 1:: !i!c :i---.-. enw r 1 .Mlsi;;rl l':p-- ' placed hi - hand i;;i jiol;d':ro'.i gat...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 19 October 1895

WAS WORTH A MILLION. Doth of an Eccentric Widow In Muu chusetta Could Have Thrown Money at Itrls It Was Hidden in 1'iM-krti, Hrlc-a-Krac, Closvts and Krery Conceivable Location About the Premises Only Out Living Relative. Boston, Oct 11. Mrs. Sarah Coo lidge, a widow, aged 73, who had for years resided at 934 Massachusetts avenue. Cambridge, died Tuesday even ing of apoplexy. She had been consid ered eccentric and was thought to be comfortably well off, but not wealthy. Four female servants, the only per sons she would allow permanently around the house, were present when fclie was stricken, and she died before Dr. Chase, who had been summoned, arrived at her home. Immediately upon her death Alderman Cutter, who hud for years been acting as her agent in her real estate transactions, was summoned. STARTLING DI8COVEHIES. When the body was prepared for burial some startling discoveries were made. Secreted about her person and in pockets of other dresses, pieces of bric-a-brac, vases an...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 19 October 1895

HER PICTURE. Let as paint her pioiure' Take s patch c skies With cool shadows In 'em. an' you have her eyes: Shadows where the sunshine tangles but the blue. Beautiful and bearnin' Bleamin'. streaailn' turougbi Lei us pair, ber pieturei Take a mid night dre:xr Deep, an' black, an' startles, an' you have her hair.' Yet. there's Iicht about it something you c-a mark Like an April shower twlnUlln' through the dark I When you slip the ribbons frca the curls an' all. Doxn th ey come, a-ttimblin" like a water fall! Vhat's the time thC7 dczzlc silky threads o' night allin" all around her shakin' out the li?hti Wpsi they're like a sunrise to the night o" curls! Uosy-red. that mingles with a cle.-.m of pearU; An" two shiny dlmp'es playin' hide an' seek lu among the flower bloomin' on cor chek Want to caint her picture Think o'all that's sweet All that hearts can beat for wesn love makes 'em beat! Then give Love the pencil, dlpned In colors fair. With ycur heirt, cn' let him pint her picture ...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 19 October 1895

The Weekly Democrat. Published Every Saturday by The Democrat PrintiRQ GO. 114 THEMIS STREET SATI'KDAY. o .ToliKK 1!". I'--' Xow the editor.-, of :. Democratic iii-wsji.". i-i: not if making f.o-es at us iie-am--lynch'-d in. C.i IJcpubiir.-'.r.s h: ''IH-il'tl'J. uiori-'.i ; : i - i i .'.'as Giva r ca comi'v. t!i;:t . ii. .)' of tti- -!;-c--' v i.'.mi - when '.. ! y ;:-!." ;:1 .lack.-on. in' -a;. the bad !:;;:;! in :!: h achh took of piai-i llllSt: :h.- c i..-:;.- lor i man. Tin h:i;:i To in- i". Po j ; . .'Ill -. r is It i.- b-eeve.i that v her. ill.- orii is.-u.-c: by the i Uu lit p'nciiij bun ih-i-lass posiniasters under civil servii e rides, it v.iil aiso include in ti.e cias--iiied si-rvii internal revenue i .tt v collector... M is intended to keep as many Democrats a possible in oth.-c a'! over tin- country. hi a largo section of lliirgundy, Fanee. tile vineyards have In-en up rooted, and hops planted instead. This is iiecause the French are tatdngto lieer instead of wine. They...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 19 October 1895

PERSONAL AND PERTINENT. MONDAY. j Justice Woe leke will go to Egypt j Mills Friday to attend Justice j Brown's court. I CITY GOVERNMENT. street from Broadway street to North ! street, and Middle street from Broad- ' Dunes .v Sehrader are putting up the brick work on the addition to the I'ir-t Baptist Church. The Late. M. P. McClure j The death of Sam M. P. McClure . I Farmers" Meetlns. Jackson, Mo.. Oct. 12. lSU-l. i . . . .. . ... . - ! ..... i- --1 1. . i . In. i.n i . . I ..... it .- i wt Tim i im hi . 1 1-t.u f ft n. S!i-,..tl-iii.n I 1 1 1 n . 1 -i tn.in ' , 1 a . . 1 1 . .... . . f f.. ..... Silver Dirk is at the Kennett Fair! -Adjourned session. j posals to be opened at the next regu- I whose place can never be filled. Sam e,.s met at the court-house on above ar.il e exp.i-t to hear that he paces j Monday EvEXlXti. Oct. 4th. lxu.1. I 1:'1' metting of the Council November j McC'lutv. as he was familiarly called, dte. . The meeting was called to oi awav from anything on the rac...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 19 October 1895

THE DEMOCRAT. II. II. ADAMS, Puulinher. CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI. The News Condensed. Important Intelligence From All Parts. DOMESTIC Saloonkeeper Sileb shot and killed John Otto at St. Louis and then killed himself. Siler's wife was the cause of the trouble. John Alexander and David Wil liams were killed by the fallinc of a bridge near Abbey vile, Ala., which they were repairing. A carload of new corn, the first of the season, arrived at St Louis from southeast Missouri and graded No. 2. This is the earliest that corn grading Xa 2 has ever arrived at that market As earthquake shock occurred in the vicinity of Wenona, I1L, doing great damage to the coal mines, C. N. Smith, who recently killed his sister-in-law, Edna Kuchert, and his 5-year-old daughter, Louise, was sen tenced at Decatur, IiL, to be hanged November 29. The records of the treasury depart ment at Washington show that 1,322 persons paid income taxes aggregating 877,130 before the adverse decision of the supreme court Of...

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