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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 17 February 1911

i 3 THE PICPirS PAPE r ::; x : Vol. Xill Cnpo Cirardeau, Missouri, Friday, February 17. 101!, PROCEEDINGS OF COUNTY COURT COMMERCIAL CLUB LU:!CEK?:E.M HELD 'VTITViO?.TH TO ZZ ELECTS NEW HEAD; ANNUAL MEETING.! STATIOrLD r t t r y J 111 FALL AT THE FAIRS I K .... 3 CUuiit tail d Oi ,-.... .va.i Missouri will have K"'r,e e .-.!' .! lent racing program: this fall. A number of the fair associations of the coui.ties in Southeast Mis souri have entered into an or ganization known as the South east Missouri Racing circuit, for the purpose of securing letter race meets at the county fairs. Representatives of this circuit met in Cape Girardeau Monday evening and appointed commit tees to arrange dates, and the other details nececssary to be perfected in order that a longer and bettor racing meet can be held this year at the county fairs. The following fair associations were represented: Tri-county fair association.-- comprising Scott, Mississippi and New Mad rid counties -A. A. Ebert, Sikes to...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 17 February 1911

CANADA a ' - & k .4 i i 1 r -ft T'"," ' vi'it f f t'T" T "I 7 i kubiMU Ai iiuinOi-J TROPHY. Dinner and Theater HATIOfAL COfN EXPOSITION, CCLUM3U5, O'rllO, AWARrrj , TROPHY FOR PECK OK f CATS C110WN IN 8A!W KATCHEWAN. rn!n Cunnda Is to tho for, nf, ,n Retired at the National Corn L'soei. tlou juat dosed at Columbus, Ohio, tbo Biagcilflo-tit Colorado allver trophy viil- Mi ll at $1X00, for the tout perk, of tin's. I"roMr1y StItte-1 '.jirrii, "nltnry lXuldn nod Care In KUllKij Is ;-cret of flncop'if I-irst Clnt. fitocl la Kevded. C'.-o ti. ." r i ' in cf.ine ' -'3- V. !:i't ( o I fr. l(.'.,f as en ui. us:', t fri r ii(i,!.-i.!!)ri. Ther la 00 S-.w 'nii It ;!! bn ofc-9'e,.. r' Ml ' ti.-! .i:;K.T Wi'h t'l(J Cf.Ofl'ilg fif ):,.-..( f.,r, lot t-l' old yarn ; V a t 'I ? -r.ei. 'Bt A.n if ill !jO ph4or-H.hd ciu-s ln,!: f;, j?lniij' fortifications ttlilj (;; W l.fit cf A Uuil. t J'eTjt'n n'tr locusts re ?ui this fcr, tut nobody will care if the; fail . LM.r (;. Risrn c!or, go o!T. y The ....

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 17 February 1911

'i 4 8YN0PSH. 71"7.nr.J Jffri, hunker e.r,n, meter l- "vll irill;iou- of HuUert trnilerwoeel. f'Hr,Wf t !;1.-!t lit VlllC. l.ll a llfM Of 01' fli'Htion. iiifrrlm tli (IiiiikI.I' r eif a ?. i..l in prlin, and )n !lc """'! ly I'll fitlnr. irl-H to K"i v.eik an') fid. A fnrme-r college churn irii-.t-.-n ii I...-,,,,.,., t.rii)toii ,i j:.,.h-I w).).'i r -I ui i t, t nu-h, nn4 llwurJ U l.l . k r CHAPTER II. Continued. Ton kn'iw I eiild ( rtrncitly. I vi r r -f r t wouldn't, Annie," he "Not ono second have marrying yiri t'mt's ijt:-rt to Cod!" A fiiint fliii-h' of pleasure lit up the young wlf"'H fare. For all fur ru taumcd JU,liilwiiit'(liirnii she wan bmliy Ju nf this reassurance. If she thought Howard nourished secret re finis 11 would break her heart. Khe could Miunl anything, any hardship, hut not that, She would leave Mm ut OIlCC!. In a way thu held herself respori tiltilc for liin pn no ut predlcanKTit. Khe tail felt a iW;p acTiHe of guilt over lini' that lifU'iiioon In New Haven w...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 17 February 1911

i r : 5 : tl-H't Pr tr on i!.-y.'i. for -i!!.?T i ?. r M ti i-'-tit 'fr'f at A I .- . ' . I Jiris( Li.O !n 6.rfo;;r,t ef the work -n-j'n p'.ovjn'- t.h HeraH :,r.t frr--in Json to Care Gi "''vvj, this v. k' i.H?.ue of eC?;-e (.-.: ':ty Herald ! not to tic :t:.r. :;.rs whscn the i'.'j: ?.'-ri hope to attain. It 5 r-vr fr-te'-.tivn to make the .a IhihUl the r;rvi.Ht., !ean-i :i ; o '.t by ! ro i n iitrict i lit! ? r fe , vv ' p f ir- i. rl. (. ro three f'. 'jf-'. i D m-orrc.t: :,:r f..r th i the 75 IrJ I gklative U of St Ur-'n")- l-itc!y complet f d. IVt''.' Itionu were takf-n i'ur:-' f lx we.ks. the Demo crats br-.irg nprrer.td by J. L. j HcCorowV. Jr., and the Re- r;uL:;..r, by Judge scM-.nr. r-tn i rr.v rpiTC1 Fr,? C. Dor.fifil. To the sore 3 !-- j pointmcr.ta ,f the Democrat the VvK ,h lh j . v-.i . , , 4 vn (,.;, fi I Favor Of Both B'acrve ?vidTice c;r.,-Iosel the entire & it ,. . . Permanently Xectd fr t CJ fence of fraua in that iifit.net at . , the t ection of November 8. N...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 17 February 1911

t. nr y lf ', ' ' f , ' " f' , i ri rn n b ( f A '! . 'i f- r : if j 7 u ) U (i o f ( i C o O (j n o c ) u c o ( (J o o o O u o o Ci o o n u PATRONIZE INDUSTRY HOME O O i tea a no; s lcj o o G. ca-z M W' W W W v W 3C re Hour spare lime into Wouldn't Ycu Like to Earn $4, $6, $8 or S10 for a Few Weeks During Spare Ti ise? OF rorK'SK VOL' YVOl'LD. Any .;:oige 'gi;an, bv 'r g-irl !: i )i uv. j nt-r-.-t nr' ! h'-:n i ',.ii ri i. HOT lia! bar-! t'-rJ' rii.' ',vi! h vu J ! i- ,'; ' .Vil 1-i ii' tli- '''''ill I.'j :-!i il!'.1' i ii' 'u' .v'.'ti-- til:.'-. '..T t'ii;- 'li ;tn !.-' .a: :'i! I).,:j"t 'i'-lav l'Ut svriv- a '!. a-'- h-!i'l Hi'- 'I'-'ai'-.' n. jfj'l- t iiu- iiito :'!'ai - G EDITOR, THE HERALD CAl'i: (ilUAUDDAi;, MO A. 11. lA'.W -r. h:d bo.-o- a-n, to Ir. a'nd Mr . a big boy. h;rr:--. j.o in O a, f. Ma.: or M. E. Eoui.: lvkir;g fiUt'terj, I.eri.ing i- ai'.er bu-ine.- Charles Prather of Advance, v,;i-; here Monday greeting f i lends. Fred Praun had the mi-fortune of being kicked by...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 17 February 1911

rsswwrsmsn, "A ft ... i ! t" 1 ' r 7 ' -. ' i r - . ... i WWiX?7QY AT A7T TlMO 4L A' 23 i. "1 X I HE visitor to the capital of our country finds no j lace so Inter esting iui Mount Vernon, the homo of Washington during the greater part of tils lifetime, and the final resting place of bis body. A great many people visit this place annually. It can be reached by two routes, the elec tric cars, which run from Wash ington, or by boat. This last la a favorite way, em It gives one a delightful trip on the rotomac. It is well to ko one route and re turn the other, for !n both lnntanc.es historic Kround Is traveled to the very Kates of Mount Vernon that spot filled with sacred memories. Mount Vernon at flrbt view present a noble appearance. It etands on a bill 150 feet In height and the first glimpse reveala the house which one recognises Instantly. As the steamer nears the landing place and pR:;es the tomb of Wash ington flag are lowered at half mast and the le!l la tolled, a cutitom said ...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 17 February 1911

rtHiA.lia'lial-'nr-! OCV.H ON HIM. n h' "", !-- , '41: . ! ' i .i l h i: h s DUKE IS TO GOVERN CANADA) ( S'J" y'--I ; ' '""f "' " I AAA' A . AA AA- ', As A Km the Fenian r!d of 1S70. Hp 1 jrand master of the Free Atasona of KngUnd? IX-tldea the title by which he is commonly known he J tbo Karl of Sussex, a pria.-e of the t'nited Kingdom and of fcfrxe-Coburg and Gotha, and duke of Saxony. Ills wife was Pilncrss Louisa Margaret of Prussia. Various reports have been current from time to time, particularly from CunE'lion sourr.es, that the duke of Connaught would not be the neit govern nor general of Canada, although on the original announcement of his appoint ment, shortly Rfter the death of KW.g Edward, it was officially elated that It had been the with ot the lace kiu that the fluke of Connaught, his brother, should go to Canada as govjru.: general. FOE OF CHILDHOOD'S ENEMY : 3-' ,' . . AAA, Sv- 'l VCv A A. AAA2A rate is not so high as in cerebrospinal meningitis, the train of perman...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 17 February 1911

- It s f4 ? " 7 ? ft i- ' "; i it, i. - Dr. C. V. ALSOP W ; t h. 1 .... v Resident Donlist W - w v f Will I i. u, .i I : ! i. - T 1 t ::.! Kft for j .) ir.ix re-1 rrvi,.? Wi;;; j - ''- '"I,v n"' KS , ; in treaty Wednesday. v.";. TUnh of Ldna visited -I, A. Roth Inct Friday. A. C!;t.:3 We-jeV ind of White vr.i.rr, was in tKe city lavt Fri- ,xr,i ti Umnutown Friday. .Mrs. IVaz fpent Tuesday in (lie Cape vintlng friends Wilson ' Cramer had tr et the Cape Wednesday. ackc has moved back litre from Chaffee. Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Echrcns delightfully entertained a num ber of friends last Friday. -t Miller a Miiierviliel I'!rno fter visiting the lady's .nt. sold his f tore to Mrarents'. Mr- arti Mr- J- M- Erne march; D-jckir.e last week. Jacob Wendd and family of! Fornfeli, visited relatives here 1 last Friday. Jack and Percy Dormeyer and Louie IIoiTman had business at! the Cape Tuesday evening. Miss Grace Horn entertained a number of her friends at a Valentine party Tuesday night. Harry Wagne...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 24 February 1911

I' - it K. . i .J t4 -J - A Ti.E rrcnt's ff: Vol. XIU Capa Cirardeau, Missouri, Friday, February 24. I9ll. Ha. , . ,i f t f . 6 HAIL SACK CLEARS MINISTER'S NAME IV ria. HI.. Feb. 22.-ThoP.cv. Charles Edwin P.urdette, brother of "Del.' Burden, the humor- indicated, aUer TEH HIGH SCHOOLS I WILL CONTEST SOONi Hpnot;t Craven Cc jr. A mental and j hys seal wreck . Real titate Exchangta Mary KilUlh Kinder to Ki rs E. Proffer, lots 4 ami 5 in The County Court appropriated :jcct to illustrate the powers of .;twn of Stroderville. survey No. ?t the 'art se to be uwfd ! Mcl ion fifty dollars. ifrvf li-T h'.nn y Superintendent! 19 years o'.J. cf St. Jo-ern. ;r.M, for prizes and medals Oien Ear- 22:7. VioO. town. -hip 30. raigp 11- CITY COUNCIL MET DEFEATED C:r;i;-.GS MONDAY NIGHT! AVD T,0tL ' ID The city dad.s met la -t Monday right p.rA tra-: :acUd ,;ir a t"i ; of iraiortar.t business. ., ! Io., was taken to the Stat? hoy-; Mary S.'Wiison to 15 uric? (John, ist, -i- bem thirty year?, of any bl...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 24 February 1911

'It r "-sCay!)! ISO Cri.TiinvIs. , ACE JUDGE A GOLOr.lON 1 ih 'IV. Thfi author of the f&mnu TVIlard ri'.'Un ! WlUiam J. rollnni. Jl R irfipbOot of tho IHytoil fctreet po Ice court In ft. Iw', wtifn one day I, nan vrns hrouithtufor Mm on tlm charge, of having beat-in hla wife. The r(iw nBBJimt ti'ra n'. clear ami he wa Hentenred to six rnonthi to the work house. Theu tbo wife trga to ctj and to plead for the man he had brought bfiforo the court. "He In tho eoie mipport of m, n)x Mhlrf.n unsl nivHelf." nil Bald. "If you nend him to Jail, Judge, we will tnrv. I would rather take his beat- , lr.cs tind have food tor my little ones. riean Jiidpp, lot him po." Jud:6 Polliml was In jl quandary, lie liked at the brutal face of the prisoner, and he Razed at the tearful wife, lis pl ked up his pen and ' wrote a few liin on a het of paper. "I have written hero a pledge by which you promise to ahatalu com pletely from tho uro cf Intoxicating liquors for one year from date," said the Ji;rls;...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 24 February 1911

RAPPK.'G OF r.IUSKRAT c IS QUITE Best. Skins lirJnar Good I'rlce, Especially fn London Whcro Most of Them Are ii?nt jflcsh of Too Stronjj Tnsla for Mora Refined. WAi-TitR n i.t.i:tz ) Ioodun alotio takes over 4,000,000 fmiakmt eV.Iiis vry year, and most of tlwse tire shipped from the I'nlUd Ktntos. The demand fur rmmkrat skins la constantly liicrt'Hrlng becaasn of the decraBlii(5 supply ot mink, beaver and DthT pklltA. Oiily one otliT animal In the world, the l'uropean rathit, cow exceeds the niMtikrut la the number of skins niar kp(od. The common muskrat in about four timet as large as the ordinary brown rat. It live near streams and lakes Pull-Crown Muskrat. vtpre wator Is always at hand. It Is a strong swimmer and Is chiefly ac tive at eight. While they may occa sionally be Been building tholr houses In the daytime, most of the work is done after nightfall. Their houses ore made of graBses, rv.til.es and roots, with the bottom resting on the bottom of the pond and the uume rising...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 24 February 1911

-i r yc(r ts try ev 1), ;3 to their t fact ten tire it f J ; i ; h to 1 Sitvr;,h:re. 3CC ; aik. Ik 'Oh, t! Oil' . 1 Game fan hf- .5 t; ':.; mine e m my , 'i: c U-ard of Railroad and Wrhwse Commissioners could made far more useful and i.'Ucient but can never be made v-.rful i-.nd elective as a Pub lic oi'Tv icc Commission, such us Got rivr Hadley has proposed. Some investigations not con templated by Democratic leaders T.:ay interest them, in the near future, much more, than some they have undertaken. WKen Republicans investigate they dig where buried facts are to be found and find them. No senatorial district mapped out for the purpose of giving1 one pclitkal party control of the Seriate will be accepted by the people of Missouri. ' The fact had as well be recognized at first 3 mX last. It is a potent fact in Xlissouri politics. o Democratic Senators who first favored the bill increasing the uumber of congressmen to be al lotted, to growing states have craw-fished since discovering ...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 24 February 1911

pa G. F. Snider of Whitev. ! V.. II. lh:nlf.Tn cf Jaf. kpon if rv.-gsin the city Monday. fit : cf the Lit-' tie River -Drainage hoard bore' last Motx'ay. " ' ' J. PATRONIZE ..HOME (("Jj "3 r ""'., " - -n t f t: i s- ..J n Vs 'a ! V II. E. Lampkin has tctumej from Charleston. ' i if p 1 1 , ?-j n f INDUSTRY . Sat i t ' The little daughter of C-eor? e ! f 1 Fedder is seriously, ill of the i C I measles. ' ( I i' 4 ;f) I Several Salvation army solicit iora were in kwn thus week. 6 A it mJt U 'ESTABLISHED 106 6' U f r a pit at j.,t . I fib SURPLUS 1 Oldest Bank in Southeast Mi P! bavin- lur' f;.j.ital. exceptional slren-th and established facilities, jr-its nr pat ronage with eonfiden. e m its ability to ex tend every accommodation for business, -onsistut with sound bankini: methods. OFFICERS l. .. alijekt. ivsiuvm It. is. OLIVEK, Vice J'rc. Wm. Fort of Dexter was here last Friday. Miss Julia Morse entertained friends last Friday evening. Clinton Goyert had business here last Saturday. ...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 24 February 1911

1 'j 4" U. :.. "3 CO., . ' -' ?'",fH.9 !f,'l, year. K tH,r ';;:. AcS Mtr '-': ) i,, : r ( ;..) t,'V' t Bco'e of rr!i?(E 1 ' 'T '' -f the Pf-'.)a" far:. "'"i !,'.! sr;,.,?,i. a ll.r."0 traiary :" - V,j.i rfcl,t lur & $i, ''! '9 ttt far ari.Ip are ? in iJ.ne of peace- U;an A toil c K ';rTv-nr tift written r '?. Ar-i i!f,. the p-,)i,tK wilj bat r , !..., hRt vert tcr.ta wiit ..?'Ve.r tfiOW whi.t .-..-.'-- ) (trf;pg we.it her they me missing. j t.a rr.rr.tiaij.-m gowt of Q-jeen Mary si to be. 1? feet lor, 5. !t wl'.i cot be Uched onto a bottle tkirt A ClkTiKo woman rides en street ' lr ' fc-n-farb. Sots cures tj von than the disease. TT: winters! are harder to endure; fcecaune- now cure the revolving lorm door frt public buildings. Too lad for our sailors to spoil a perfectly g'x?d Fouta Amfrlru revo Jution by capturing one little gunboat. The vagrant air curr-nt la the en siy of aviation an1 la tlie prespnt tsp! cf 8(ifi3ce St unot tya sbol- lashed. Now tht the postal banks hare "T...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 24 February 1911

;sJ J I; f.Oi j J 1 i QIAPXES kixin v ARTHUR KORNBLOW' lUXLVTRATIONS BY HAY 4 SYNOPSIS. lluwnrd Jeffries, br.'nker'a (Mn, umW ri evil Inflimnce of Ilnbort ITnrtnrwewd, ffllow-situd.int at l"ali'. leads a lire of lllpnU'iii. mnrrlpfi tlio daughter of a miril,!r who dle-d In prioon, and U din owned by Ma father. Ho tries to g-et work and fall. A former ciiIIiki- chum nnlter. a. hualncaa proiionltlon to Howard miikh rvjiiire- f.'.O'io rush, and Howard in brnke. Kntirt I'ndrrwood. who had M'fn repulsed, by Howards wife. Annie, to his rolli'Ki dnys, and had once tvn rrictur-d to Allrla, Howurd'a stepmother. Iihh nportnients at the Antruiin and Is apparently 1 r firoarteroiiH clrnimnnncfu. Ilownrd reealU a f '.O lonn to Vnderwood lmt re-mulns unpiil.l, mid d.ild.-s to auk film for the fi.Qm h need. CHAPTER III. Tin; 1: ftmlsouse townhomie of How nr Jeffrie's, the well known banker, on ItlverMdet drive, was one of the wont striking among the many Impimlng TnillloiiHlre homes that line the ...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 24 February 1911

:: I r. f CI T J f O " a Tut. I. v. Wc. i-i i; .at to the ty met Connie :.-;:: - r.t. II. er ,;! enter-Tutv- it had business vf Oak Thursdav. Ridge (be ;! Jii;-, I." of ? b! IJurordville siness here r.uo, ber of our citi- r v e d V a h i ng ton ' s irthd. by'l imring out flags. Mrs. Linus Cos grove left Thursday morning for Ozark, vhere she will, vi.-it her parents. Mr. ar.tj ?Irs. Olhe Lorberg, of near Cordonville, were in town last Friday on business. : 1 Summers of Cape Gi rardeau, transacted town Friday. business in Geo. T. I'opp of Cape Girar deau had business here last Fri day. . A move is on foot, headed by County Superintendent McDon ald and other prominent men, to raise means to purchase a clock for tl!eTnrt bouse. t Prof. (jj W. Dick, of Tilsit, t'Avn last Saturday on CI Put, la.-.t I ce Grant and John G. .tended the funeral of Adolph Tacke, at Arnsberg j id ay. Henry Schaefer of Appleton, visited Ins brother. W. B. Schae fer last week. Rudolph Hasten and wife left last Fr...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 3 March 1911

V i! n i ! i SOB.. . ' t j ) THE PECPLE I PAPER Vol. XIII Cape Cirardeau, Missouri, Friday- March 3. 101!. No. 16 SIXTH INFANTRY N. G. OF MISSOURI TOLD ANOTHER MAN'S WIFE HE LIVED IN CAFE PARAGOULD GIRL KILLS A NEGRO HODOS START TRIP ' WITH 4 CENTS EACH EOYS TO EE IN CORN CONTEST THE WEEK'S LEADING SOCIETY EVENTS 1 a A' ki i ' A large number of the citizens of Southeast Missouri, possibly have never realized that in this section of the state, is located one of the best military organi zations now in service. The record of this regknent is very interesting, and one of which the people in this section of the state should feel oroud. The Sixth Infantry National Guard Missouri is practically a reorganization of the famous old regiment known as the "Fight ing Sixth," of the Spanish American war, and was the only regiment which Missouri sent; out that saw service ouring the war. It being one of the regi ments which composed the Sev enth Army Corps, under the command of Gen. Fitzhugh Lee, ...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 3 March 1911

Novelized by frederick r. toohes From the Great Play by PAUL ARMSTRONG CojTllnt. 190. by American Press Auoootioa S ilM PRCLCCL'E. Ynn're not so sure about Jin r,y Valentine as you might be no! unf:!m the very last chapter, wh.?n he "finds himself" in a S-i te that is as cleverly con. anrJ cs anything ever present ed in American fiction or drama, i. r.ct you are sure of as you ciz.i vry. very sure, in fact I ''"J? "!,' ore fallowing the 1 . jf C r.-.jsi interesting char ac'.zr, c .-. r c?vings on the s:ce have held the interest of many thcuzands. Jimmy Valen ttr.e becomes a "crook," with most of the failings and weak nesses of a man who doesn't recognize the difference between mine and thine, but he winis tip o a well, read the story and Jtnd out Jor yourself now ne inds vp. It will be worth your while, for this absorbing, thrill ing romance of both the under world and the upper world as well proves that a man has nev r sunk so low but that he may again regain the honor he has 4krus...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 3 March 1911

f i t I I U n n o 13 n n n f j u u a n ( ) D p o I rz: ST. LOUIS SHOE REPAIRING SHOP Old Shces Repaired as Good as New at Reasonable Prices. Ladit rt' and Bonk' Half Ladies' and Boys' lire Is M.-n's Half Soles Men's Heels Sol . . No shoe too liad lo repair. Every kind of work SeWed Soli's, Rublier Hoots and Kulil.i'i' Shoes i iiiarantei my Fi-'!ii ) a. in. A TAl'i: . ' ' ' r - 1 Mm I I; I i:t J,... .... ' B CLIHT0N eQYEPi ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR Dealer in Supplies. Chandeliers, Fans, Bells and Estimates Promptly Furnished All Work Guaranteed. Prices Very Moderate. JACKSON m Women, worn and tired from overwork, need a tonic. That feeling of weakness or helplessness will not leave vou of itself. You should take Wine of Cardui, that effectual remedy for the ailments and weaknesses of women. Thousands of women have tried Cardui and write enthusiastically of the great benefit it has been to them. Try it don't experiment use this reliable, oft-tried medicine. TAKE I IJ 1 The Woman's Tonic M...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 3 March 1911

' I' ' ' I : - AST TTAHQ IT 4'tf V.wVw ..I b i.ll... e:;ds tkeih eluffi:: L.lji Tbty Decide That a Democratic Tariff Would Bo Much Won Than Cana- ehan Reciprocity Guessing Contest s to Successor of Private Secretary ', Norton Is Continued. By ARTHUR W. DUNN. Vi-.l ii.;-t"a. Feb. 'JS. Special. "T'.:i'l : i n t ; we'll n.iiu down!" It l"-,it t!:e nititude of those senators vIjo 5r"r going (d prevent a vote tm the Canadian reciprocity agreement Tljcy wore ready to hold out inlil a vrtniti n;"lil n'i'l minli questioned -biee fi-;ii'-nt iv mentioned In Fncle Joe's eonver-ation wai fitted up nit a en miner resort. ust now they are talking about how ir.uO worse a Heroocralic tariff Mil passed In the extra, session would be , than the jmssngt; of I be re Ijtrocit y agreement. And it is nil localise they 1 fear the threat of the president that there would le an extra session. If i Jbey thought tbe president was "bluff lug" they would continue tbelr bluff;" j tut, having found that tbe pre si...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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