sheridan -states attny who prosecuted newt arrested for murder
SETT. ] a, 1010. ANNOUNCEMENTS | CONGRESSMAN We are authorized to announce N. B. THISXLEWOOD as a candidate for re-election as Member Congress to represent the 25th congressional congressional district, subject to the republican primary election, Sept. 15. KEPRESBNTATIVE We are authorized to announce M. ETHERTON as a candidate (or Representative of the 44th Senatorial district, subject to the democratic primary election, Sept. 15. We are authorized to announce WILLIAM STEVENSON as a candidate for Representative of the 44th Senatorial district, subject to the republican primary election, Sept, 15, Please announce Theodore E. R. as a republican candidate for representative to the general assembly from the 44th senatorial district, subject to the decuion of the republican voters at the primary to held September 15, 1910. COUNTY JUDGE We are authorized to announce Or. BlERIiK as a candidate for Judge of Jackson county, to the republican primary, 15. We are authorized to announce WILLAKD F. ELLIS as a candidate County Jndgo of Jackson county, to the republican primary, 15. We are 'authorized to announce ;S. KENDALL as a candidate County Judge of Japkson county, to the republican primary 15. COUNTY CLERK are authorized to announce Z. McCORD as a candidate for County of Jackson county, subject to republican primary, Sept. 15. We are authorized to announce ZARDIA GRAIN as a candidate for Clerk of Jackson connty, to the republican primary, 15. We are authorized ot announce BOWER as a candidate for Clerk of Jackson county, subject to the republican primary, 15. COUNTY TREASURER are authorized tu announce D. LEE as a candidate for Treasurer of Jackson connty, to the republican primary, 15. SHERIFF are authorized to announce WILLIAM H. SMITH as a candidate Sheriff of Jackson county, subject the democratic primary, Sept. 15. are authorized to announce A. PARKINSON as a candidate Sheriff of Jackson county, subject person who was afflicted, did not sleep well. No relief was obtained until Doan's Kidney Pills were used. Before long this remedy eil'ected a' complete cure. My advice to anyone suffering from kidney complaint is to give Doan's Kidney Pills a trial." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name—Doan's— and take no other. Sheridan Held for Murder The coroner's inquest in the killing of Harry Thacker at Vienna Saturday night was completed yesterday, the jury holding that the young man was murdered by States Attorney-Editor Tom , Sheridan, the Vienna News proprietor. The funeral of Thacker was held Monday at Vienna. Sheridan is still in the Alexander county jail and judging from the strong fealing against the accused in Johnson county it will no doubt be the best for all concerned that he stay there indefinitely. Circuit Judge Butler has named Attorney David J. Cowan to act as states attorney for the present. In commenting on the murdur the Cairo Citizen says: Sheridan' has been most vindictive in his newspaper attacks and the tragedy is no surprise surprise to those who have followed his course. In this connection, a state- men in Sheridan's paper last week illustrates the irony of fate. Sheridan's Sheridan's as states attorney was connected with the trial of Newt Blevins who was sentenced to be hanged for the murder of a man narnea]jDePalma and was assisted in the prosecution by the states attorney of Williamson county. Replying to the charge brought by the Vienna Times that he, Sheridan, was not responsible for the conviction of Blevins, Sheridan says in his paper "Glad indeed that we were in no way responsible and that our hands are not stained with the life blood of a fellow being." Food Sale The Presbyterian ladies will hold a food sale Saturday beginning at 2:30 at the W. H. Smith & Co. store. CARROLL DREW With "The Love Piiate" at the opera house Friday, Sept. 16. '. Will Visit Carbondale A special train load of jobbers, manufacturers and hankers from Indianapolis will visit Carbondale during during the week of September 26th to 30th for the avowed purpose of becoming becoming personally acquainted with local rstail merchants, aays a communication communication just received from the Hooaier state capitol. ' The business men are members of the Indianapolis Trade Association and they will spend five days among tha cities and towns of Southern Illinois. The train will also carry the Indianapolis Indianapolis News Boy'a Band, an organization organization of fifty juvenile musicians, that has gained a wide reputation because because of thp high standard to which it lias been brought under the patient direction of Prof. J. B. Vandaworker. While the train remains in this city the band will give a public concert at some convenient point. A preliminary announcement of the coming visit, received in this city from Secretary Will J. Dobyns, of The Indianapolis Trade Association explains that the Indianapolis wholesalers wholesalers and manufacturers are carrying on a campaign of trade extension for their market, by making personal visits to the retail merchants in the territory which is regarded as being within the Indianapolis business zone. This portion of Illinois, having direct freight connections with Indianapolis regarded by the Indianapolis men as friendly territory. "rs — Mr. Dobyns says that the purpose of the visit here ia not 10 sell goods. The men who will come here will be the head of the various industries associated with the Trade Association, Association, and they will not carry order books as do their traveling salesmen. These men believe that it will be to the mutual advantage of our retail merchants and of themselves, to become become personally acquainted, and that is the purpose of their trip. Neither Neither are they seeking entertainment, entertainment, as the trip is not a junket.