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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 5 July 1906

The Jackson Merailb CIRCULATION 1925. ' FOR ALL THE PEOPLE. ESTABLISHED 1897 VOL. IXT JACKSON. MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JULY 5. 1D00 no. 34 f LOCALS Wheat 70o to-day. Judge J. B. Miller went to Hot Springs last week. Linus Penzel returned home from Chicago last week. AH hats reduced at Morgan A Ranney's Arthur Morrow, Socialist, will speak at the Cape September 9th, 10th and 11th. Regulates the bowels, promotes easy natural action, and cures constipation Doan's Regulets. Ask your druggist for them. 25 cents a box. We understand that Conductor Davenport will move to Texas this fall. Albert Kipping, who is firing on the Frisoo at the Cape, spent the 4th at his home in Tilsit. W. D. Robertson and wife left last Saturday for a visit with rel atives in Idaho Springs, Col. ' Dr. Shoop's Rheumatic Reme dy when used faithfully will reach chronic and difficult cases heretofore regarded as incurable by physicians and is the most re liable prescription known to clean out and completely remove every...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 5 July 1906

WHAT TO DO WITH THE QUEEN OF MOONSHINERS PUZZLES U. S. OFFICIALS Authorities Feel They Must Have Recourse to Strenuous Action to Restrain Betsy Simms. YOUNG, FEARLESS, AND IDOL OF OUTLAWS In Prison for Dealing in Whisky That Had Paid No Revenue, She Severely Cuts Jailer in Attempt to Escape Three Indictments Now Against Her. Much as has been written of the ways and doings of the niountalnccrs of North Carolina, any person at all familiar with the lives of the Inhabit ants ,o( that romantic region cannot but fed that the half has not been told. Loyal to a degree that holds life worth nothing if a friend can be served, an enemy punished or a traitor put to death, the mountaineer is typi cal of a state of existence the world has long outgrown. The average man of more sedate temperament and cooler blood leaves the avenging of his wrongs to courts of law and the Judgment of his fel lows, but in the mountains each man is a court of law unto himself, and is not raUsfled with the slow metho...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 5 July 1906

The Jackson Herald B. r. M'SK, Publisher. JACKSON, MISSOURI. THE SPENDERS A Tale of the Third Generation Br HARRY LEON WILSON t Copyright, by Lolbrop PublUhlng Company, CHAPTER V. Continukiu She turned and smiled Into bis eye with utter frankness. "At least you must be sure that 1 like you: that I am very friendly; that I want to know you bcler, and I want you to know me better. You don't know me at all, you know. You west erners have another way, of accepting people too readily, it may work no barm among yourselves, but perhaps easterners are a bit more perilous. Sometimes, now, a very eastern per son doesn't even accept herself him selfvery trustingly; she he finds It so hard to get acquainted with him self." The young man provided one of those silences of which a few discern ing men are Instinctively capable and for which women thank them. 'This road," she said, after a little tlmo of rapid walking, "leads right up to the end of the world, doesn't ltT See. it ends squarely In the...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 5 July 1906

Jackson Herald. RKFUBL1CAN IN POLITICS. B. F. LUSK 1TBLISHEK KatereC at th pout office t .U'koni Mo. aa sscond-clsee matter November 4, IMi . Terms for the Herald are an fol lows: For one year 91.00 Six months 50 Three months 30 surma: Oar - 1 stesldsoce Apvektimno Ratks: Loral fie rier line ench insertion. Professions! Card $6 ier year. Lefral Advertle- j menu lt-pal rates, liisplny ad rates : made known on application. i . . i JACKSON. MO.. .1 I'LY ".. lWfi ! CONVENTIONS. The Republican Judicial con vention will be held at Jefferson City, July 2(th. DIRECTORY. 'r.NTV 1IKKCTHV. Kred. E. Kit' Kfrrsontative lVrtihtird (iockfl SlicrilT (V I.. (irant Collector .1. E. Nolimuko Circuit Clerk C. E Williams County Clerk C. 11. Ii.iiit'K...1'ron('i'UtitiK Attorney .ln(J. I'utz Treasurer J. K.Caldwell Assessor J. 1. Portertleld Corornor J. K. McLaln Surveyor ,T. B. Miller l'rc.hate Jude B. V. l)avis. .. .Common I'leas .ludjre (. E. Chappell. .Common I'leas Clerk H. C. Craoraft lresidiiiK Jud...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 5 July 1906

' American Society of Equity Meets the 2nd and 4th Saturdays in each month at the court house in Jackson, Mo. Orren Wilson, Attorney at Law AND Notary Public. Collections a Specialty. Cape Girardeau, Mo. GEO. PEDIGO, JACKSON, MO., CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER. Healer In town property ; can sell you threo-rooni cottnKe up ti tw.-lve-rnfim house.. Always ready to well or Imy If the price is rliiht :: t"All work and deeds iiuuritnU'ed. YOUR CONTRACT WORK SOLICITED. EDW. D.HAYS, Attorney at Law AND Notary Public. ' tr-FicB- Opp"s'te Central Hotel JACKSON, MO. Sam Vamlivort Compiles Abstracts of Titles from the only set of Abstract Books in the County. Your business will be given care ful attention : : : : : : : : Jackson, Missouri. Dr. O. V. Alsop, Resident Dentist. Dentistry Practiced In All Its Branches. Office, phone 17; Residence 78 Anaesthetics for the painless ex traction of teeth used if desired (and free of charge). Examina tion and consultation free. All the work Is done in my office...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 5 July 1906

DOES YOUR BACK ACHE? Cure ths Kidneys and the Fain Will Never Heturn. Only one way to cure an nchlng back. Cure the cause, the kidneys. Thousands tell ol cure made by Donn's Kldnoy nils. John C. Coleman, a prominent merchant of Swnlnsboro, Ga., says: "For several years my kidneyi wore affected, and my back ached daj and night. I wai languid, nervous and lame In the morning. Doan's Kidney nils helped me right away, and the great relief that followed has been permanent." Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box Foster-Milbnrn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. REASON OF HIS GRUDGE. And It Was Good and Sufficient, Ac cording to His Con struction. "Sir," we said to the stranger whom we were endeavoring to enlist In out society for the preservation of Niagara falls, "now that we have outlined tin motives and principles of our organ! cation will you not put your name lo ths roll?" "Not by a long shot," he growled, relates Judge. "But, 6lr," we argued, surprised at such a callousness toward the beauties cf na...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 5 July 1906

LETTER FROM THE NATIONAL CAPITAL For Years Senator Gorman Leader on Democratic SidePlace Difficult to Fill-Practical Joke of "Dave" Culberson. WASHINGTON. A wide gap was made to (he Democratic ranks in the senate when Arthur fo ffjxhl pue Gorman, of Maryland, died a few days ago. I f0v There have been few more forceful characters among tne Democrats in mar. ooay. no grew up with the Benate; knew all its traditions and re garded it as the greatest legislative body In the world. For many years Mr. Gorman was the real, as well as titular, leader on the Democratic side of the senate. It was his genius that thought out political schemes and It was his management that secured for the Democrats the most there was In the situation. His place will be difficult to fill, as there are few men of his temperament and sagacity now on the minority side of the senate. Mr. Gorman "was almost boru to the eenate, as he first took service there at the age of IS. His rise from the humblest post tlon In t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 5 July 1906

BRUENING & KERSTNER D. G. GO. Have moved from the Wessell Building to the .... JACKSON STORE CO. STAND Where they will try to give you best possible service, so as to make it a pleasure for you to trade with them. E IF YOU WANT H A DESIRABLE 1 BUILDING LOT E in Jackson see 3 J L. C. HOFFMEISTER, g JACKSON, MO. 1 aiaiiuiiiiiuiiiaiuiuiuiiuiuuiiiiaiuiiiiuiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiu i LUMBER, I LATHS, & I . CErar I BUILDING MATERIAL at HENDERSON'S LUMBER YARD, CMS. W. HENDERSON, Prop., West Main Street, J ackson, Mo. KINO OF ALL LINIMENTS CURES RHEUMATISM AND ALL PAIN jobs, m BBS- BSSSI sj.ueAI.Oia, PRIHI, OUTt, eeuisis, Bunas, sosiee. W " Q OlO BONKS, CHICK IM BACK, BAOKACHB, lUHUQO. t 1 I sT li snrr joinTS, contctio .utciu, spbainss BW sv Bt, BBBB War UNNILS, CORN HUIKIR'I IP.AIKIO WIIITt. f lOtTID rtir.coaas. union, chilblains, abo all MrLAamATieea of ha ok umi. READ THIS REMARKABLE CURE "I wis much afflicted with rheumatism, writes Ed. C. Nad, Iowaville, Sedgwick Co., Kansas, "going ab...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 12 July 1906

v mn.nn SecretnrjN If irM'l Society -'"! THIE JACKSON CIRCULATION 1925. FOR ALL THE PEOPLE. ESTABLISHED 1897 VOL. IX. JACKSON. MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JULY 12, 190G. NO. 35 IHlEISAllD). C I V " A I 7 3 L U V n L O mmottimnillltltn Wheat 15.' to-day. J. P. Caldwell, our efficient as sessor, was in Jaokson Monday. Mrs. Dixie Hays of St. Louis was visiting relatives in this city last week. Notice Burrel Criddle will sell fish on the streets of Jackson eaoh Saturday. Regulates the bowels, promotes easv natural action, and cures constipation Doan's Regulets Ask vour drucrzist for them. 25 cents a box. Tom Tavlor has the contract for putting in the granitoid work for Jas. D. Allen. Carmean Bros. have, com manned the oranltoid work on the new court house. For Sale A good Port Huron nrrine and seDarator. Will Bell cheap; part cash and balance in irood notes. For particulars ap ply to Mrs. Ella Anderson, Route 4. Jackson. Mo. 8-24 Mrs. Al. C. Schmuke accom panied her husband on his in suranoe ro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 12 July 1906

The Jackson Herald II. V. I.t SN, nlilUhrr. JACKSON, : : MISSOURI. 3 THE SPENDERS A Talc of the Third Generation By HARRY LEON WILSON ' ' Cojyri;tH, by Lothrop Publishing Com,iuy. HAPIKU VII. t'oNTINt Kl. "Cf course li's art," l'erclval agreed; "er all hand painted, I suppose?" "Sure: that r'ntlng alone, letters nil all, cdst I've Just had it put up. I've bceu after tuat place for years, but It vas held on a limn leas? I y Max, the Square Tailor you know. You probably remember the sign h: had there 'Peerless Pants Worn by I'hicngo's Pest Dressers.' with a man in his shirt sleeves looking at a new rair. Well, finally, I pot a chance to buy those two back lots, and that give me the nile, and there she Is, nil fin I lied and up. Thai's partly what I come on this time to see about, llow'd you like the wording of that sign?" "Kino simple nnd effective," replied Pen ival. "That's It simple and effective. It Foes right to the poiut and it don't flop over beyond any, after it gets there. We...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 12 July 1906

NEED TALENTED WOMAN GIVE UP CAREER FOR HOME AND HUSBAND? Mrs. Ethel Watts Mumford Thought Not, and Broke Marital Chains That Bound Her Too Tightly. ROOM IN HEART FOR Mow She Hat Pound a Husband Who Promise Devotion and Freedom to Turaue Her Literary Dutlea to Any Extent She May Dealre. , To love, cherish and obey! Ia this a promise to be kept to the last letter T Docs It mean even the sacrificing of a talent under dictation? Must the woman give up the natural lft at the bidding of the man, though it may not prevent her from loving and from cherishing? "No!" said Mrs. Ethel Watts Mum ford, most emphatically. "Decidedly yes!" retorted George Dana Mumford, lawyer and capitalist and lately the husband of Mrs. Mum ford, one of New York's most talented and successful woman writers. Can a woman who writes be, at the came tlmo, a good wife 'and a good motljcr? Can a woman dovote herself to art and her home at one and the came tlmo? "Certainly!" declared Peter Geddes Grant, broker and lover....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 12 July 1906

Jackson Herald. REPUBLICAN IN TOLITICB. B. F. LUSK ll'BMSHEH En1re at the postofflre t Jackson. Mo. as aecond-rlaM matter November 4. li9T. Terms tor the Hkhalu are an fol 'owi: For one ear 11.00 fill month "0 Three months 30 pnonir: Residence Advertibino Ratkb: Local 6c per line each innertion. Professional Card 6 per year. Lepal Advrtic-nFtiti-If pal rates. I Ma-play ad rate made known on application. JACKSON. MO., Jl'LY 12. 1906. CONVENTIONS. The Republican Judicial con vention will be held at Jefferson City, July 20th. Republican Ticket. STATE TICKET. Superintendent of l'ublic Schools JAMES U. WHITE Kailroad and Warehouse Commissioner EDWARD W. FLNTGE Congressman 14th IMstricl W. T. TYNDALL COUNTY TICKET Representative FREDERICK E. KIES Sheriff BERNHAKD GOCKEL Collector of the Revenue CLARENCE L. GRANT rrosecutinp Attorney CHARLES H. DAUES Clerk of the Count v Court FREDERICK GOYERT I Clerk of the Circuit Court JOHN E. COTNER Clerk of the Cape Ciiiinicuu Court of Common Pleas WI...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 12 July 1906

American Society of Equity Meets the 2nd and 4th Baturdayu in cftfh month at the court house in Jackson, Mo. Orren Wilson, Attorney at Law AND Notary Public. Collections a Specialty. Cape Girardeau, Mo. GEO. PEDIGO, JACKSON, MO., CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER. Dealer In town property s run aril ou thiwe-room cotutue up to twr.Ive rwitn h()Uw. A I warn ready U) f II or I.iit If tli prlr l rldht :: i: :! rAII wurW and devil Kuarantced. YOUR CONTRACT WORK SOLICITED. EDW. D. HAYS, Attorney at Law AND Notary Public. )FKicit- Opposite Central Hotel JACKSON. MO. Sum Vandivort CompileB Abstracts of Titles from the only net of Abstract Books in the County. Your business will be given care ful attention : : : : : : a Jackson, Missouri. Dr. C. V. Alsop, Resident Dentist. Office Dentltttry Practiced In All Its branches. Office phone 17; Residence "8 AnaeistneticH for the painlcKH ex traction of teeth used If demred (and free of charge). Kxaininii tion h nti coiiKiiltailun free. All the work Is done in...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 12 July 1906

LETTER FROM THE NATIONAL CAPITAL TERRIBLE ITCHING SCALP. Eczema Broke Out Alio on Hand's and I4mbs An Old Soldier D eel oris : "Cuticura Is a Blessing." "At a!I time nd to all people J lra billing teMiiy to the merits o( Cuti Mra. li Mved me from worne than the tor ture of liadea, about tho year 1900. with ttehing on my scalp and templea, and after rarda it commenced to break out on my bandi. Then it broke out on my limb. I then lent to a Surgeon, whnae treat ment did me no good, but rather agcr-a. ated the dmeaxe. I then told him I fould go and nee a phynirian in Erie. I he reply waa that I could go anywhere, put a case of eeema like mine could not be cured; that 1 una too old (80). 1 went to an eminent doctor in the city of Krie End treated with him for eix months, with ike reulta. I had read of the Cuticura iemediea, and eo I aent for the Cuticura Soap, Ointment, and Kcolvent, and con tinued taking the Kewilvcnt until I had taken ix bottlea, etoppmg it to take the I ill. 1 waa no...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 12 July 1906

THE OLD GUARD, BY BERNABD FOUNTAIN. (Copyright, 1W6, by Dally Story Pub. Co.) There was a great ball that night at the residence of a famous cabinet ciln iHter, and Washington's beauty nnd Washington's chivalry hnd gatherel there. Of all the brilliant assembly and It was an brilliant as the capital could furnish and resplendent with dashing uniforms nnd flashing or ders bestowed by the royalty of the world none attrnnted more attention than two emtloiucn of middle age who were Inseparable, and who sought not at all to meet the great nnd noto rious who were present. Doth were gray, both wore the unmistakable air of men who had accomplished some thing worth while, both were evident Ijr bored with tho function. "Let'B diicktToni," said one after a time. "I'vo got some rare tobacco over in my rooms, and there's a lot of things you've got to tell that 1 w.inl to hear." "Are you sure It's decent?" asked the ether the one with the military bearing. "You see, I dou't know much about this so...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 12 July 1906

I I BRUENING & KERSTNER D. G. CO. Have moved from the Wessell Building to the .... JACKSON STORE CO. STAND Where they will try to give you best possible service, so as to make it a pleasure for you to trade with them. Snimmmmmnimmmmmmmmmmmmmmmnmiy E IF YOU WANT 3 p A DESIRABLE I BUILDING LOT 1 in Jackson see L. C. HOFFMEISTER, JACKSON, MO. LUMBER, LATHS, CEMENT and all BUILDING MATERIAL at HENDERSON'S LUMBER YARD, CHJS. W. HENDERSON, Prop., Wesit Main Street, Jackson, Mo. THE JOY OF LIVING CAN BB FUIXT REALIZED WHZJI TOO ENJOY GOOD HEALTH The Popular Liver Medicine Will Keep You Well A GUARANTEED CURE for all diseases produced by TOR. PID LIVER and IMPURE BLOOD. Da not fill your system with Arsenic, Calomel and Quinine. They act as rank poisons which vitiate the blood, debilitate the system, and leave a trail of bad symptoms which require years to obliterate. HERB INE is purely vegetable and contains no mineral or narcotic poisons, is absolutely harmless and is the simple remedy...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 19 July 1906

T VSnmpson Secretary fclnt iT ,-tl'l Society "Coin lnl lr Time Jackson BUekalp, CIRCULATION 1925. FOR ALL THE PEOPLE. ESTABLISHED 189? VOL. IX JACKSON. MISSOURI, TIIUllfrDAY. JULY lD.'liHffi. 0. 3 i LOCALS ; Wheat 680 to-day. Al MoOuire went to the Cape Monday. Miss Jacie Gla'dish of West Jackson is on the sick list. If you want to buy a good typewriter call at this office. Louise Behrena left last Satur day to viait her grand-parents at Augusta. Regulates the bowels, promotes easy natural action, and cures constipation Doan's Regulets. Ask your druggist for them. 25 cents a box. Collector C. L. Grant is going to build a fine residence in West Jackson thia fall. If you are paying rent in Cape Girardeau and want to build, see or write this office. For Sale A good Port Huron engine and separator. Will sell cheap; part cash and balance in good notes. For particulars ap ply to Mrs. Ella Anderson, Route 4, Jackson, Mo. 8-24 Mrs. Warren L. Mabrey and baby of Oak Ridge visited in this city...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 19 July 1906

The Jackson Herald II. I'. I.I Mi, I'lilillttirr. JACKSON. : : MIs;)f!;r A LINGUISTIC TRAGEDY. A Korean mnl.len coy wni fhe, w hose par ents were pussin rich; A ltuiainn of noble hlnoil nnf he, with a n mime Hint cnJcd In "vltch." Her mnti oii into he rou; mt prur. ounce, so imply : .: vi her "Prur" pi e merrily tried to biihliie his name, but lound It "loo an fully queer." New every otic ki-nws that by Korean la. which c.innot tic gainsaid, The kuhliy takes his true wife's nnm the moment that they nre wed; So pity the lut of this w retched Run w ho couldn't pronounce his name. Nor i nvy tl'.e fate of the Korean mnld to whom lie apt rlheil the blame. To rhem In the course of time were born twin orTpprlnR a irl nr.d a boy; ArM then n terrible uile arose that cloud ed the parents' .toy. At to whether tl.e "k's" or the 'n's" or the "o'i" In the names should pre dominate. Or whether the "vltrh's" or "ski's" or "ofT's" should Jcti-rmlne tl.e children's fate. Tl " re might he two er, is t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 19 July 1906

'S F BIIIDS WHICH AID IN DESTttTJC TION OF VEBMIN. I Occasional Instances Where Owl or Hawks "Onin Appetite for Barn Yard Fowls Should Not Con demn the Species. That there Is Individual variation In animals Ih becoming much more com monly recognized than It used to be. President Hoosevelt has called em phatic notice to this tendency to Indi vidual variation of habit imonj the wild things the big same that he has taken most Interest In shooting. It la a variation which seems to be Inde pendent of circumstances, and to be de termined by the character of the Indi vidual. A little reflection will show that It is far more reasonable to think that there would be some such varia tion than that there would not We all recognize a difference of disposition In men and In women; we recognize a difference In character in our dogs, horses and other domestic animals. There Is reason to think that in the natural state these differences would be apt to be greater rather than less; yet the writers of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 19 July 1906

Jackson Herald. UirVVLICAN IN politics. B. F. LUSK Pvblimier (merer l the poatofiV at JarKann, Mo. ae .ecoad-cla. mutter Novrmlit-r t. VrVi. Terra for the Herald are acfoi 'own: For one year 11.00 fill month 60 Three month 30 ( ta.ld.nc. . 14 , 142 Apvbbtikinu Ratkb: Local 6c per line each Insertion. Professional Card B per year. L-(Ml Advertise ments leiral rates. Display ad rates made known on application. JACKSON. MO., .1 1'LY 19. 1W6. CONVENTIONS. The Republican Judicial con vention will be held at Jefferson City, July 26th. Republican Ticket. STATE TICKET. Superintendent of 1'ulilic Schools JAMES U. WHITE Railroad and WarehouseCommissioner EDWARD W. FL2NTGE , Congressman 14th District W. T. TYNDALL COUNTY TICKET Representative FREDERICK E. KIES Sheriff BERNHARD GOCKEL Collector of the Hevenue CLARENCE L. 3 RANT Prosecuting Attorney CHARLES H. DAUES Clerk of the Count v Court FREDERICK GOYERT Clerk of the Circuit Court JOHN E. COTNER Clerk of the Cape Girardeau Court of Common P...

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