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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 9 August 1906

son M CIRCULATION 1925. FOR ALL THE PEOPLE. ESTABLISHED 1897 VOL. IX. JACKSON. MISSOURI, THURSDAY, AUG. i, 190(5. NO. 3!) Jack EKALflD. vu I Alt INTRODUCTORY. WHEN Palmer Cox, the Brownies' papa, Made up his mind that it was proper To tell the story of these folk, He must have thought. it was a joke To slight the town in which iou live. And this is why this rhyme 1 give To you; and 1 will vouch its truth To skeptics all, in age or youth. The Brownies made your town a visit The date's not necessary, is it! And if their trip you'll kindly read up In all the steps in which they lead up, You'll learn more profitable things Than those of which old Palmer sings. 1 tell you where they made it pay To buy the things they got that day Also the things thev chanced to see Ah here and there tliey wandered free In mischief, interest and glee And no matter how you would have it to be, This is their trip as they told it to me. FROM the uttermost limits of Brownie land As though they were conjured b...

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. — 9 August 1906

For dry goods then, on bargains bent, S To BRUENING & KKRSTNER'S the Brown- ICS WCIIl. On their great floors tremendous piles Of dress stuffs, novelties, latest styles; Two toned taffetas, black erepo plisse, No finer gowns, madame or miss, lias ever worn, than these goods make; Their foreign wool goods take the cake, Mode de Paris and (ierman stuff With trimmings beautiful enough For anyone: and buckles, clasps, With glittering gold and silver hasps. Domestic, good for one and all, Towels, napkins, linens; one might eall For aught 'neath heaven's boundless blue, And get it. Carpets, mattings, too, Furniture and dress goods line, Men's and boys' clothing; such a line! Of textures, styles and patterns late, For dainty maidens, babes and misses, Who always get men's sweetest kisses. Lace curtains beautiful as dreams, And draperies soft as sweet moonbeams. Laces and India lawns Ah, me! Each Brownie bought and bought till he Was loaded down; and well content Their goods to Browniela...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 9 August 1906

The Brownies ready to go back, Were looking around for bus or hack. They said, "Some of our folks are sick, And we want to be transfered quick." The people noticed quite a tir And sent them to the CITY TRANSFER. The City Transfer Company is fine, For they always make the bst of time. Before leaving town for Brownie land . " 1.111 ii. i i A conference was neia oy mw utuiu. Eveiy Brownie in the bunch Had different ideas about a lunch. "A lonesome drive we have before us," Said all the Brownies in a chorus. Then some to WM. BIENLEIN'S Restaurant wont. And lunches bought with sweet content. , Others said our gold and silver We'll spend with F. A. OBEMILLER. He keeps a lunch joint exclusive, And when trading there one never loses. Also, he has our favorite dish, That of well cooked, well served fish. All agreed that for short order lunches brown, Bienlein and Obermiller lead the town. Will tfntnetty utit t, l)ncl. low re Civ Ojrcwnibncl, County Correspondence. FROM DERAY. Remember the da...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 9 August 1906

Hay Fver ami Summer Colds. Victims of hay fever will ex perience grent benefit by taking Foley's Honey and Tar, as it stops difficult breathing imme .diately and heals the inflamed air passages, and even should it fail to cure you it will give in stant relief. The genuine is in a yellow package. Sold by the Jackson Drug Co. OKDKK UK l'i'liLlCATIOX. State ef Missouri. I County of Capo Olrardr-au. t In i lie Cape tiirardcau Court of Common l'leas of Cape Cirardcuu Count v. Mav Term. Adclla A. Wrinkle. I'laintltT, ) vs. J William Wrinkle. IVfondant. The State of Missouri, to t lie aliovo named defendants. vrectltiir: Now liere this liith day of .lime. l!iH, in session of term time of Cape (ilrardcnu Court of Common l'leas of Cape (Iirardeau Count v, Missouri, at May term, leoti, of said Court, comes plaint iff herein hy at torneys of reeord herein, lie fore said Court and on lie half of plaint ill tiles petition in suit herein, and also aftidaxit of plaintiff herein, unions; ot her mat...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 9 August 1906

Notice of Stockholder Meeting. OfHre of llruunlng A Kerotncr Dry Quod Co., JucktMin, Mo. June 19, 1906. Notice is hereby given that a meeting of the stockholders of the Bruening fc Kerstner Dry Goods Co. will be held at the office of the Company in the city of Jackson, county of Cape Gi rardeau and state of Missouri, on the'21st day of August, 1906, at 0 o'clock a. m. for the purpose of voting upon the proposition then and there to be submitted to in crease the capital stock of this company from twelve thousand dollars, its present authorized capital, to twenty thousand dol lars. Wm. Bruenino, Pres., A. W. Kerstner, Sec, Claus Kerstner, 8-26 " Directors. JACKSON LIHE & QUARRY CO., JACKSON, no. Manufii.'turvr nf "Pearl of Cape County" The Wrongest White Limn in the celebrated Cape Girardeau j HENDERSON'S WHY DON'T YOU SEE I CAKMEAN 1JKOS.I Wo want to figure with y yon on that ? GRANITOID SIDEWALK 7 c you are ixoint; to build. We do all kind of ? S CONCRETE ) ( work and that's all...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 9 August 1906

Jackson Herald. REPUBLICAN IS rOLITICB. B. F. LUSK 1'rnusiiEH Rntpref at the pottofti'-e at .larKsnn. Mo. as tcond-olK matter November 4. IcVi . Terms fur the iIehai.d are its fol lows: For one year 11.00 till months M Three mont hs 30 os.-...... Bealdaaee. 142 ArvEKTifiso Rates: Locals 6c per line each insertion. Professional Card 6 per year. Lefriil Advertise ments 1 pal rates. Pisplnyurl rates made known on application. JACKSON. MO., Al':. . 10. CONVENTIONS. The Republican Judicial con vention will be held at Jefferson City, July 26th. Court Directory County court meets at Jackson ! the first Monday in February, j 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 j and the third Monday in August. ( Common pleas court meets at Cape Girardeau the fourth Mon day in January, May and Sep tember. DIRECTORY. corsTv niKKiTonv. t'roil. F.. Kins l!e iiresentAt...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 9 August 1906

, nr y tttbtb bob rry LOCALS J Wheat 63o to-day. This issue of 4heN Herald is in the hands of the Brownies. E. B. McBrlde, near town, ia quite sick. Probate oourt oonvenes in Jackson next Monday. F. A. Obermiller has fresh fish all the time. W. F. Schultz of Leemon had business in our city Saturday. Fresh fish atF. A. Obermiller's South High street. A new porch has been built in the front of the Central Hotel, Only a few more dozen tin cans left at R. 8. Wolter. Troy Gladish is visiting his sister, Mrs. Kingsbury, at Ben ton, this week. Go to Wm. Bienlein's for a good meal or lunch. I-. H. Goodchilds of the Cape passed through Jack9on last Saturday. Miss Silvia Starnes of Mur phreysboro, 111, is visiting her parents in this city. Geo. E. Chappell, common pleas clerk at the Cape, attended the Democratic committee meet ing here last Saturday. For a good healthy drink take soda. You can get the best at our factory. Delivery made to all parts of the city E. MlLDE BOTTLINQ WORKS. Fritz U...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 9 August 1906

CHURNS. ARE STILL USED. Iren In Xhii Day of Crtuimariae, Bvttex Is Made in the Old Fuhioasd Way. "The chances arc tan to one or uet- tar," said a woodenwara uiau, "that (the butter you buy at the grocery store now was made In a creamery, for Iho great bulk of the butter con sumed in this country I now made In milk establishments. Uut there la till some butter made by band, and I we still sell i hums right along. "The greater number of these now old are of the cylinder type, oper ated hy a crank, turning within the churn a wheel with paddles, some times like the paddlewheel of a steam boat; but we still sell, as well, churns of the old-fashioned dasher type, such as our grandfathers used, and such as their grandfathers used before them. I might add that the old-fashioned dasher churn la still, as It bus always been, painted blue. "Who still buys these old style hand churns In the day of machine made butter? Why. so t.i speak, the oldent people, and the most modern. "They are bought b...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 16 August 1906

The Jackson Herao CIRCULATION .1925. FOR ALL THE PEOPLK. ESTABLISHED 1897 VOL. IX. JACKSON. MISSOURI. THURSDAY. AUCTlSHm. IboTTi) INTRODUCTORY. WHEN Palmer Cox, the Brownies' papa, Made up his mind th.it it w.'is proper To tell the story of these folk, lie must have thought it was a joke To slight the town in which on live. And this is why this rhyme I give To you; and I wjll vouch its truth To skeptics all, in age or youth. The Brownies made your town a visit The date's not necessary, is it! And if their trip you'll kindly read up In all the steps in which they lead up, You'll learn more protitahle things Than those of which old Palmer sings. I tell you where they made it pay To buy the things they got that day Also the things they chanced to sec As hen' and there they wandered free In mischief, interest and glee And no matter how you would have it to he, This is their trip as they told it to me. FROM the uttermost limits of Brownie land As though they were conjured by unseen hand,...

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. — 16 August 1906

For drv goods thou, on bargains bent, tho Brown 's s; Tlfl I- or urv gootis men, on oaruams nni J i To BRUENING & KKRSTNER'S t y ics wont. . I On their great floors tremendous pile Of dress stuffs, novelties, latest stylo Two toned taffetas. Mack crepe plisso, No tinor irowns. madaine or miss, lias ever worithan these goods mako: Their foreign wool goods take the cake, Mode do Paris and German stutT With trimmings beautiful enough For anyone; and buckles, olasjs. With glittering gold and silver hasps. Domestic good for one and all. Towels. napkins, linens: one might call For aught 'neath heaven's boundless blue, And get it. Carpets, mattings, too, Furniture and dress goods tine, Men's and hoys' clothing; suh a line! Of textures, styles and patterns late, For dainty maidens, habes and misses, Who always get men's sweetest kisses. Lace curtains heautiful as dreams. And draperies soft as sweet moonbeams. Laces and India lawns Ah, me! Each Brownie bought and bought till he Was loade...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 16 August 1906

The .Brownies ready to ro hack, Were looking around for 1ms or hack. They suici, "Sonic of our folks nro sick, And we want to be t mustered quick." The people noticed qirite a stir And sent them to the CITY TRANSFER. The City Transfer Company is fine, For they always make the best of time. Before leaving town for Brownie land A conference was held by the band. Every Brownie in the bunch Had different ideas about a lunch. "A lonesome drive we havo before ur," . Said all the Brownies in a chorus. Then some to WM. BIENLEIN'S Restaurant went, And lunches bought with sweet content. 4 Others said our gold and silver We'll spend with F. A. OBKRMILLER. He keeps a lunch joint exclusive, And when trading there one never loses. Also, he has our favorite dish, That of well cooked, well served rish. All agreed that for short order lunches brown, Bienlein and Obermiller lead the town. V!B frttntf paw retire TIIK It EST IX ILLA It HOOK Is the one showing-your deposits in a g'ood hank. Have 'you su...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 16 August 1906

IEEIHIA fit ABRAHAM' ft o D a a p D 1 O a D o o D H U G0rir1ENGING SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 18, AND CLOSES SEPT. I ...... i, .n,n,t i mi. m pnr.-s. fining or T ins eitvrani Mft.uinniii stork reserved everyt hhiir whn. If vmi mi tl.i- rrw . 1. not us. It would be impossible to ouote l.ri. es here on everv nvW.U i fil I " ..rrL.T" ""rjr. B,"V, "lI'iinny i i i i , , i , , i . , ' pi.tvH. ir- jui. an uir.ioi.iiuw wp almost irive awav mer- lal Iret-veeii the hours of 11 and l' o clock everv dnv. we 1 ooo vnnL u.. 'i: n - ""',", iV1' away mer ' . r-L miiiiuiiiii viuicorii worm up u c lor jc ler of your life time blame yourself, not us. chandise at our sale. JjSpe Ier yard. Plain White Lawns worth loc yard for 5C Colored and Striped Lawns worth '.c yard for He Turkish Cover, best jrrude, full size, for 21c Hand Towels, worth :?.r)e iair, for 19c Men's Suspenders, jjood rubber, worth ,J.r)c, for 14c 15c Suspenders for 7c Hig assortment of (rents' and Ladies' Handkerchiefs worth from tic to ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 16 August 1906

STATEMENT Of the Receipts and Expenditures of tlio City of Jackson, Missouri, for the year commencing July 1, 1905, and ending June 30, 1906. RECEIPTS. it FROM WHAT SOURCE. Balance cash in treasury July 1, 1905 From current taxes " back taxes dramshop licenses butcher . " barbers " insurance " photog'ph'rs " shows " bottling wrks " merchants and manufactures tax special improvement taxes hucksterers licenses billiard and pool license livery Eoddlers " eer depot ' interest on back taxes proceeds city scales fines mayor's court foreign insurance tax sale cemetery lots railroad taxes reimbursed by V. fc L. fund Total receipts during year DISBURSEMENTS. $2329 96 J 02 1956 48 43 20 19 20 129 60 4 80 16 32 6 72 356 62 275 33 3 84 16 80 14 40 4 80 28 80 2 79 552 90 120 25 238 07 84 00 38 08 45 96 $ 290.55 6675 94 Total $6966 49 1905 FOR BUILDING AND REPAIRING STREETS. Feb. 8, C. W. Henderson, lumber for bridges Apr. 3, Chas. Hoeckele, juror fee June 26, J. F. McLain, services city engineer...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 16 August 1906

Jackson Herald. HKIVnUCAN IN I'OMTU-. B. V. LUSK. . . lTlU.IMIKII cnd-rlH nihlK'f NimtpT 4. US' Mo. Terms for tlie Hkkald are 'ow: For one year Six months Three months pnonr.ii: Oner Ke.ld.iirp. a. . UK . .50 . . .10 . MS 143 AnvEBTiPiso Katko: Locals fie per line i-aoli Inwrtinn. Profrssionitl Card 5 per vexr. Lfftal AilvertNo nients lrpil rates. Display ad rnt s made known m a riplirsition. JACKSON. MO., Al'li. Its. KHirt. CONVENTIONS. The Republican Judicial con vention will be held at Jefferson City, July 20th. Court Directory County court meets at Jackson the first Monday in February, . May, August and November. i Probate court meets nt'Jackson . the second Monday in February, . May, August and November. j Circuit court meets at Jackson the first Monday in January, May and the third Monday in August. ! Common pleas court meets at . Cane Girardeau the fourth Mon-; day in January, May and Sep tember. DIRECTORY. Cor.NTY DlhKCTOHY. Kred. K. Kies Keprost'iitatiw liirnlmrd tinckel Sh...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 16 August 1906

syg II I B B S'STVT VV i 5 i 5 BTTB YT 1 LOCALS ULJLJLa-ILa.fl ILJUJUULBJlil-fl 9 .8 ft a "Wheat 63o to-day. This issue of the Heuald is in the hands of the Brownies. Jaok Flentge of the Cape was in town Tuesday. Fresh fish at F. A. Obermiller's South High Btreet. Miss Nellie Sawyer of the Cape is visiting in Jackson this week. Only a few more dozen tin cans left at R. 8. Wolter. Miss Katherine Dennis of the Cape visited in Jackson last week. Go to Wm. Bienlein's for a good meal or lunch. C. 8. Morrison, wife and baby of Deray attended the Prohibi tion meeting here last Saturday. Wanted To buy a horse for buggy use. Must be well broken; a dark bay or black preferred. Ben E. Masters. Died, at his residence, H J miles northwest of Jackson, last Satur day, E. B. (Bud) McBride, aged 55 years. He was buried in the city cemetery Sunday at 4 p. m. Wanted Now an elderly lady desiring a position as house keeper. Address Ernest Cald well, Millerville, Mo. U-16 Clyde Armstrong of Chicago, 111....

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 16 August 1906

Hay Fever and Summer Colds. Victims of hay fryer will ex perience great benefit by taking Foley's Honey and Tar, as it stops difficult breathing imme diately and heals the inflamed air passages, and even should it fail to cure you it will give in stant relief. The genuine is in a yellow package. Sold by the Jackson Drug Co. ()I5IKK OF PCHUCATION. State of Missouri. 1 Count v of I 'a pel iirardeau. t ' ' In the Cape (iirardeau Court of Common Plea. of Cape tiirardeau Count v. Mav Term. AriVliaA. Wrinkle, Plaint I IT, 1 vs. Willhim Wrinkle. Defendant. ) The State of Missouri, to the .above named defendants, jrrretinj;: Now here this 1'ith day of June. l!Ni, In session of term time of Ca" Girardeau Court of Common Pleas of 'ape (iiianleaii Count v. Missouri, at Mav teini. l'H'ii. of said Court, conies plaint III herein hv uttornejsof record herein, lu foie said '(, in t and on lie half of plaint itT tiles petition in suit heleiii. and also allidutit of piaintill herein, amonn ot her ni...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 23 August 1906

N r Jwe Jackson f fit .. , ",' oei CIRCULATI0N:1925. FOR ALL THL PKOPLK. ESTABLISHED 1897 VOL. IX. JACKSON. MISSOURI, THURSDAY, AUG. 23, im)ti.. NO. '41 rT8B 5 5 8 5 5 5 b vm ymnmnn : LOCALS 3 Wheat 63o to-day. Warren Mabrey of Oak Ridge will move to Jackson soon. Fresh fish atF. A. Obermiller's South High street. Dr. J. L. Jenkins bought the Davenport horse last Saturday at the sale for $170. Only a few more dozen tin cans left at R. 8. Wolter. H. S. Winters and wife of the Cape are visiting in Burfordville this week. Go to Wm. Bienlein's for a good meal or lunch. The new store will open Sept. 1st They want your trade. Come to see them in the Wessell building. Hoffmeister & Heinberg buy all kinds of country produce. Defer your purchases until the new store, Hoffmeister & Hein berg. opens in the Wessell build ing Sept. 1st. Mrs. Strange and daughter Lee of Memphis, Tenn., are vis iting Mrs. Strange's brother, E. G. Sibley of this place. , ' Wanted Now an elderly lady desirin...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 23 August 1906

INTRODUCTORY. WHEN Palmer CoX. tllC Brownies' papa. Math- up his utihd ,M:,t if W1,s l"'()lu,r To It'll the story of these folk, He must have Ihough't it was a joke To slight tlu town in which "" live. Aim! this is why this rhyme 1 give To vim; and I will vouch its truth To skeptics all. in age or youth. The Brownies made your town a visit The date's not necessary, is it ! And if their trip you'll kindly read up In all the steps in which they lead tip, You'll learn nioiv profitable things Than those of which old Palmer sink's. I tell you where ihey made it pay To buy the things they got that day Also the things they chanced to see As here and there ihey wandered flee In mischief, iiitercsl and gl'e . And no mailer how you would have it to he, This is their trip as they told it to me. FROM the uttermost limits of Brownie land As though thev were conjured hy unseen hand, Came all of the busy little crowd With hustle ami hustle and laughter Ion;, To visit our own old. beautiful town. T...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 23 August 1906

1 III ! I I For drv ioods then, on bargains bent. LTo BRUKN1NO A; K ERHTNER'H the BrOWn- ieS Wt'llt . ' On their Lrreat, floors tremendous nilcs Of dress stuffs, novelties, Intent. styles; Two toned tallctas, bliu-K crepe lnsst, No liner gowns, mudumo or miss, Hum ever worn, than these good's make; Tlieir foreign wool goods take the eake, Mode de Paris and (Jernian stuff With trimmings beautiful enough For anyone; and buckles, clasps, With glittering gold and silver hasps. Donieslie good for one and all, Towels, jiapkins, linens; one might call For aught, 'neath heaven's boundless blue, And get it. Carpets, ninttings, too, Furniture and dress goods line, Men's and boys' clothing; such a lint;! , Of textures, styles and patterns late, For dainty maidens, babes and misses, Who always get men's sweetest kisses. Lace curtains beautiful as dreams, And draperies soft, as sweet moonbeams. Laces and India lawns Ah, me! Each Brownie bought and bought till he Was loaded clown; and well conten...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 23 August 1906

Jackson Ukkald. KEI'DBUIAN IN rxLlTK. B. V. LUSK. PVHI.lsllK.lt Knterrr Kt t l.r ni-terll.'H hi .lurku n .:onii--lan. matter Nnvrmlx r 4. 1M' Mo. Terius for the Hekalu .re a- lows: For one year ij! 6ii months Three month ;o Ofllc . 142 Advertising IUtkp: Locals fie per line each iiiKertinn. Pp'tefflional Card 6 per .v'ar. Lefral Adyertise menu lt-ral ratee. I inliy ad rates made known on application. JACKSON. MO , ATC 2;l. lWfi. 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 the third Monday in August. Common pleas court meets at Cape Girardeau the fourth Mon day in January, May and Sep tember. DIRECTORY. CiH'NTV IMIiKCTOKY. Fred. E. Kies Representative Bernhard (iockel Sheriff C. L. irant Collector J. E. Sclimtiko, Circuit Clerk C. E Williams County Clerk V. 11. I 'a uca. . ...

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