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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 6 February 1914

M trmt ItkMl firV it CAPE OIKARDKAUA TRIBUNE ieb. 1914 June 1916 AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER-ABSOU TKI.Y t I.KAN AND FIT FOR ANY MEMHI K OK THE FAMILY TO READ Volume XVI 6?SS0 CAPE GIRARDEAU MISSOURI, FEBRUARY 6, 1914 Number 6 PflJMtl HOUCK SUES ON CONTRACT WITH FRISCO Wants Interest on Bonds Issued by C. G. & N. and Guaranteed by Frisco. ASKS PREFERENTIAL CLAIM Contends Contract Should be Complied With or Properly be Returned to Him. St. Louis. M. I'll. Action to i-ittnpi'l tin- receivers of the St. Louis llll'l S;ltl l'ri'hcisco Uaih'oad to take over ami operate the lilies of the Cape '.irardoail and Northern Railway Company was tiled in the I'liited States District Court Wednesday- The suit took the form of an intcrvriiinic petition by Louis Houck of Cape (iirardcau, Mo., in the receivership suit of the North American Company attainst the Frisco. The Cape Girardeau anil Northern Railway Company, the petition states, is a consolidation of the lines of the Cape Girardeau anil Theb...

Publication Title: Cape Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 6 February 1914

THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI W w . . I , ram w mmii r t; mi n. mwinmii ii n m i n iiif im i i. JP- HLW w .1.1 1 1 6IG CLEARING White Pn,v j - r-mmmer SALE J ii ; 1 1 f fe-Y.; 7 ii1 I ! TO BEGIN e-aiu urea Vf7, jv.'. -m .- immm Saturday, February 7th AND CONTINUE DURING THE FOLLOWING WEEK The remains of the Jackson store stock removed to this store will be Closed Out and all Ready-to-wear Garments for women and children will be placed on sale together with the stock of Dry Goods moved over from Jackson. On account of being pressed for more time we cannot give the list of prices, but come, you will be more than pleased with the way we are selling the goods. The bulk of this Dry Goods stock is new having been purchased from the big sales of the St. Louis wholesale houses and jobbers during the latter part of November. These goods were received at the Jackson store just before discontinuing the Jackson store and therefore the goods are new and nobby and very reasona...

Publication Title: Cape Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 6 February 1914

THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBl'NE, CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI. ! ...SOCIETY... In Hpilo of (ho inclemency of the weather there was quite a large at tendance at the meeting of the Wed nesday club held at the Normal. In the absence of the president and vice-president, Mrs. John Sackman was chairman of the meeting. Mrs. L. H. Houck read a letter and the reports on the tuberculosis question this club is walking on so vigorously, showing how many ore lost to this disease each year and the way it enn be prevented. The ladies have accepted the offer of Dr. Miller of the state board to present an illustrated lecture on this subject, thereby giving the people in general some idea of the immense amount of good that can be accomplished with just a little care. Mrs. Maker was leader. Mrs. Kotitkv read a paper on "W'o- Wednesday Club. Tin- Wednesday Club, federated with both the National and State Federations is a society the Cape should well feel proud of. These women have taken up subjects of great inter...

Publication Title: Cape Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 6 February 1914

THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE ami Tin: ri: ( ot nty iikkai.ii. Every Friday by THE CA1E GIRARDEAU Pl.'KLISIIINC; COMPANY. MMM l(' I o I'olt INTKV AS S; N I ( l.Ass MATTKIt A 1' Till: I'c s T el I 1(1; AT I ' M ' I. CI HA it in: W . MH . im:ndic. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR IN ADVANCE Itrprr-i'iil ;it r hhrnfT 'mint y i k 1'riihmr .tirlui Circuit i rk l(friTlir rricMi-ii' i tiit 1 1 i.llift..r TnMtunr fill iln- A t m 1 1 f ii-1 r : t r .'Intii-Mi I'li'irr ,tn-1 if ('It rk ( iniiin' ri l'it :i rr"nliinf .lii'lif -MiMy Kir. I 1 l-t net ( 'miri! v ' hinnt HNtri't Ci.nnty lliirhwu l,nifin t r Si h ii i r itit eni" lit -"iiriti ,ilviir Jit'ltfo I 'in uit ( -'ir t (itliruil V -m-:ih f Hi v r. i l l.timliMi i rncr-. ( him ( ir:ir I. t ii..Tf. -It, k I -1 w I Hil. .I:irk II I. MMffriH'i.itiT. .1 :k t i I . Sf'uwr, .IlK'k .1 H 1 1 r ( ,init In-1 ( npi- ( 1 1 r ii r I t-ii ti .1 I nhiwcll, .lark . . .1. II Kirt tii-r, .la k-oti I.. M Hi-:ii. J:i.-k. V Hi.rrK...

Publication Title: Cape Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 6 February 1914

THE CAPE WEEjKLY TRIBUNE, TAPE GIRARDEAU. MISSOURI EFFECTIVELY FIGHTING THE WHITE PLAGUE. The health educational eimipiiinn which has lcen carried on through the schools of Missouri against tuberculosis with the Red Cro.-s Seal during the past three years has met with a re sponse from pulilic school superintendents principals and teach ers, that has passed far beyond the most cherished hope of the oflicers of the Missouri Association for the Relief and Control of Tuberculosis, which in this work, is acting in co-operation with the American Red Cross and the National Association for the Study and Prevention of Tuberculosis. While this campaign has been carried on with tuberculosis as the leader, the fight has really been one for the health of the ehild in the school and in the home, though now we know that tuberculosis is essentially a disease of childhood, that in fection takes place and the disease starts in that period of jife and develops either then or more frequently in the per...

Publication Title: Cape Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 6 February 1914

rr T THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI COAL RATES CONSIDERED BY COUNCIL Neighboring Towns and Local Dealers lo Be Asked for Assistance. FAVOR OIL CO. PLANT Kettle River Quarries Co. Must Repair Streets on Suit is to be Filed. At tlir l-H 1 1 1 : 1 1- meeting nf the citv oun.il Monday night, ilir principal liusiness to receive at tint nn was tlir r'mrt of tlir special f'.itlllliit t -( which Millie tillll' ll" Was II ' l I I 111 III in vestigate tlir matter nf rmil rates. '1-1 . . . e . i I Hi' rcpon in I in- riiliillilt ti r w in read; also m letter from Attorney Walker of Washington City to llim--nclhcrg-llai rison Co. making a pro position In represent tlir city before the Intel-State Commerce Commis xinn. On iniitiiin of Councilman iill tin' riiMiinitti'i' was instructed to correspond with t ti - cities nf Chaffee, Thebes ami oilier towns interested in mat lair-. and also lo interview Jhc roal dealer in regard to what pro- Mirtioll of till' CXpCIISC liny WOlll'l 4...

Publication Title: Cape Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 6 February 1914

THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. CAPE GIRARDEAl', MISSOURI THE VALENTINES TWO DEAD SITTING That love most appreciates are those that measure afiect r ird 'nt a IlfcCirt, e have an abundance of such in many lines STONE SET RINGS FRIENDSHIP BRACELETS, LA VALUERS AND LOCKETS, SCARF PINS AND TIE CLASPS, WATCHES AND FOBS, STERLING SILVER SPOONS, STERLING SILVER NOVELTIES, Hundreds of pretty Nnicknacks, beautiful ami not nil cxiicnsivr, suitable for laly or gentleman, friend or sweetheart, all put up on appropriate cards. Call at the Jewel Shop before wasting money on perishable trifle. GEO. C. IIASSLINEirS, JEWEL SHOP. Spanish and Broadway JAPANESE DIET QUARRELING Maval Policy Ditsatiafies Member of Lawmaking Body and Govern ment la Impeached. : ENGLISH ESTATE IS SOUGHT Boston Residents Sue for Eicheated Property Said to Be Worth $5,000,000. iWXl' News Hervlce) Toklo, Feb. 6. The minority parties in the Imperial diet adopted a resolu tion to Impeach the government be cause of Its naval policy. I...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 6 February 1914

THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI RIVER MEN PREDICT BIG BOAT TRADE Declare Prospects at Present Time Will Mean Record breaking Rusiness. TRAFFIC OPENS MARCH 1 Government Appropriation Gives Stimulus to Those Interested in Marine Affairs. 'I he 111 ; , 1 t . 1 lal mil of Itlt.lliA ll re I:' ! 'l o . .. hy I he I '. S. ( 'io 1 Ml. i 11' I"! t I"' 'l;l ' .if ill,- I i'ii 1'ig ll'l ' "Im ! I' i ill- I'.tWeen this, poll,! ,'ti'l i I .' i'I1- Will In- I In- till ntt- ' ni making ii'i 1 1 rii-ju'i I :i' mn . 1 1" all. I i p. linn- .i'iI lil all I" I li'' . nil. ,i.;. tlatt. i ii - ..it!,.,,, i,-r :, big dpi nilti! "I -n iiiu I r. i f t l ull-. ! 'I'lir i: in in w .Mil ri-i .- Mi'l hu-i- Id'-- i 1 1 1 ; 1 1 ! 1 1 1 r i ' - generally t lii i mull- I nut S,nt In .1-' I;--i'iin. coupled withj tin' in. tea I acreage brought into rul'ivatlnii and tin- Va-t li w int. ii . -I liiitiiz ili-plavd I iv -tockgrowor- :iiiil' hipp I'- thlnllgholll till- - I'tii HI "I ; tin' -(.it.-, inu-...

Publication Title: Cape Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 13 February 1914

o ii : . . pftlmiw AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER ABSOLUTELY CLEAN 'AND FIT FOR ANY MEMBER OK THE FAMILY TO READ Volume XVI CAPEGIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, FEBRUARY 13, 1914 Number 7 THE MISSOURI HEN TO HAVE HER DAY Meeting to Be Held For Purpose of Encouraging the liens to Keep l'p Record. APPOINT CAPE LEADERS Meatings to Be Held Over County on Missouri Hen Day March 7th Tlir state of Missouri in the chicken industry, those who have helped I hut distinction might ranks lift Mllll illllOtlg lirr to gain lie mentioned Hid The membership frr in only 50 rent a your. Membership insure your securing all the hooks, bulletins, etc., issued by the State Poultry Experiment Station, also ii copy of the annual Year Hook containing your name and address ami the varie ty you breed. It also entitles you to compete for special prizes offered by the State Poultry Experiment Station at the various poultry shows throughout the state. Scud your membership fee either to Halph Scarlc, State Organizer, Mountain (ii'o...

Publication Title: Cape Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 13 February 1914

THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI SAUSAGE AS A DELICACY Method of Preparation Hat Much to Do With Its Appreciation When Put on the Table. Sausage, considered by some it a plebeian edible, ranking with Irish tew and corn beef and cabbage, and nut possible on the ultra refined board, may really be made the basis of many delicious nnd even dainty luncheon dishes. Sausage sliced and delicately fried In Its own grease, drained and then browned crisply, and nerved wlUi tiny little buckwheat cakes four inches across, will make a delightful luncheon on a coM winter day. Sausage smothered In potato Is an other luncheon dainty, which even the most cultured need not disdain. l'arhoil some very small link sau sage the minuter. Make a number of medium Flzed potatoes, nnd when done cut In half and remove the mealy pulp, mushing it well and add ing butter and a little cream or milk, as well ns some sal' r.nd pepper. Fill the potato Fkins with this mixture, leaving a depression In t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 13 February 1914

I HF CAPE Wr.EKLY TRim:F. f AIT tWFARDEAU, MISSOURI. WHITE WAY SOON TO BE INSTALLED Combined Trolley and Light Standard Sample to be Submitted to City. $30,000,000 TO PROTECT LOWLANDS President Wilson, Champ Clark and John Sharp Wil- liams Conferring on Bill. WATER AT SCHOOLS IS DANGEROUS y for Fletcher's DAIRIES AND GARBAGE CAN Women's Civic Improvement League Prpmises Effective War Coming Spring. APPROVAL NOW AWAITED SAY WORK HAMPERED IMPORTANT TO MISSOURI ONLY ONE CISTERN SAFE Streets to be Cleared of Insight ly Poles and City's Appearance to be Improved. The flailed Public into it "white way" in thin city Utilities Co., shadow all soon to lie in liy the Missouri ir certain to rant former methods Cape Declare Those Who Should be Edmund S. Perkins, President of Helping are Inclined to Hinder ; Drainage Congress Makes Their Progress. , Known the Conference. employed for Ktrcct lighting in Girardeau. Illumination clear and bright, will pierce and penetrate every nook and rrutiny. Th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 13 February 1914

T HE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI THE GAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AM) THK CAPK COl'NTY HFHAI.H. Every Friday by THE CAPE G1KAKDKAU PUBLISHING COMPANY. AI'IM.IC ATloN FOH 1NTUV A.- SKC N! ( I. ASS MATTKK AT Til K !ST I'KHCK AT ( Vl'i: UIKAHPKAl , MO., I'KMHMi. NE DOLLAR PER YEAR IN ADVANCE CAPK COl'NTY OFKICKKS. .rnff . . fnint Cli-rk I'mlml'i' .hi.ltfr Cirrmi Clrrk lt.Tur.l.r I'rm-Tilt itiK Att'irin-v . . . Cnlli-rtor TrciuturtT hurvi'vur . i 'nrititiT I'lililji- A l fm iut r:it r I 'dm in i i P! nr Jii'ln'1 CU-rk Common Va l'rr-ili i tut J ti '! Count '"i Kir.-t Iti-trnl County C-url h.-r-tlnl PiHtrtrt " i . u 1 1 1 (' u It ii? It w :iv I.t'iitrnM-r S( 1 riipirintiintfi.t I-; r 1 1 1 A-lvi-i r .lu-lc imiit Court t!i ill .i'-.:imt (' C IIT. .'ll 1 lltnllTlR V W ruiiinn r-. Cup' tiriir.ii'ftii Krnl iiivt rt , .lurk-mn fcttw I If : ( . .Irtrknn II I, If-.iTiiiii-ttr. Jni-kttin (i. K SriNUT. .Itickwnn I ll.nrv Ciinittx r. C:ip' ;irnrlinn J K CiihUtll, Jurk-on II C KrrointT. ,l...

Publication Title: Cape Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 13 February 1914

THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI 1 ... SOCIETY... The euchre purty given by the Marquette Dramatic rlub Wednes day evening was well attended con pidering the cold weather. Twenty one tables were filled, nnd the prizes were won by Miss Anthonettc Fueith, first; Mrs. A. fcteck, second; Mrs .F. Hohlcr, third. Gentlemen, Wesley Low, first; Robt. Zimmcr, second; Ed. Vnndcvcn, third; lone-hand, Mrs. A. Stcck; Hooby, Sundeman. After the game the young folks danced until a lute hour. o One of the largest ami most attrac tive dances of the season was given liy the young society folks Friday evening at the West End hall. Those who enjoyed the evening were: Misses Coline Townson, Marie Hin nian, Erna Thilenius, Jcnnett Me Clatchey, Marcia Patton, Marie Pat ton, Freda McClatchcy, Helen and Norma Hines, Grace Thompson, Sara Glenn, Eva Hill, Wathina Ranncy, Georgia Sharp, Fay and Mury Hemp Mead, Alice C'lopton, Esther Spidle, Esther Harrness, Marie anl Bertha Gnnpert, Lola Campto...

Publication Title: Cape Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 13 February 1914

THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI HAVE YOU NOMINATED YOUR FAVORITE? IF NOT DO SO TO-DAY Names of Candidates Will Be Pub lished in a Few Days This is a Contest for Equal Chances for All Contestants. THE BIG RACE IS AT HIGH PITCH Wouldn't You Like to Own a Fine 20-acre Farm, or a Handsome , Piano? You May Win If j You Start at Once ....... KILLS AISD REGULATIONS GOVERNING THE TRIBUNE FREE FARM AND PIANO CONTEST. Any pcroon residing in Cape Girardeau city c.r eountv anil surrounding territory, (excepting employe of The Tribune) may enter the contest. Tliey do not have to ho suliscrihers of the paper in order to enter; nil that in necessary is to send in their name and address. The awards will he made n board of three judges, who will have charge on the last day of the contest. They will make the awards and their decision shall he final. i A gentlemen licked one of the I Mil libbers of The Tribune yesterday if it was really .1 fact that they wire goilii! In give attay a ...

Publication Title: Cape Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 13 February 1914

t r URGES REFORM IN FARM FIRE RISKS J. Elmer Ball of Mobcrly, Mo., Advocates New Farmers' Risk Schedule. SPEAKS TO FEDERATION Cites Lack of Understanding of Insurance Conditions in Farm ing Communities. Heforc the Insurance Federation of Missouri at its annual meeting lielil nt Excelsior Springs, J. Elmer Bull f Molierly commented upon the luck anionic insurance people of a proper iinderstandinii of insurance conditions in rural districts and ad vocated a new fanners' risks schedule. He said: "It is a not utile fact that in this day of scientific fanning, the College of Agriculture at the State Universi ty ami the Department of Agricul ture at, Washington, I). C, issue regular bulletins, advising the farmer of the results of investigations of soils, breeding of slock, the best im plement to buy and other valuable data, but these departments do not make un investigation of thefanners' insurance conditions. Nor do thev issue expert ail vice to aid them in purchasing the right kind of ...

Publication Title: Cape Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 13 February 1914

THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI. O CQ Q O H O Z H c H H c5 to h o u CQ c o CQ to H wm CQ to to to W H O CQ Kji5 C3 n n 8 C3 (01 j ' J 15 a o ) Ul 0) ft a O u DC HH 75 X3 C 3 O C OS CO N 'C c o o O S 3 O i- O c c .2 c 1 o Z C3 3 O G u u CO a G to c5 & to to to to to o 5 to to J G o to K H O H Q H to p o p O .P T3 C 03 u a V) 0) u -a to ffl S O P C3 to C3 p o T3 O O 53 OJD O 2 P 4h C3 J i I o Q 3 o C3 15 a 03 o O P .j-i c a w to H to 3 C3 O u DC C3 co G O CJ i-H a p o u a a o ti Ui y ho p P O 4- P a o p C5 o o KEEPING DRESSER DAINTY Highly Dedrabl Point, but On Tha' Ndt Ercl of th Utmost Vlgllanc. Every bousclceeper knows the diffi culty of keeping dretser covering pic and apan and appropriately dain ty for a cretonn hung bedroom. Aa unconscionable amount of dust seems to collect on every dresser overnight and to the dust are added slftings of talcum powder. It Is well nigh Im possible to remove all the dresser be longings each day and shake out tho covers, but s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 27 February 1914

jur it a Sftlmite ANI TUN CAPK COITNTY IIKHAM) AN ISiVkIENDENT ( T EAS AMI KIT FOR ANY MEMItER OF THE FAMILY TO READ C A PEG I K A III) K All M1SSOIUI, FEBRlTAKY 27, 1914 Number 9 Volume XVI ft IS YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD REPRESENTED? TW0 GHOSTS IF NOT, SEND A NOMINATION IN TODAY I SCRAP ON M.ntality wsis otupli d ly .h-troved and 1 .(.y only leco i 1 1 -. I 1 1 i'u t !u st lapse i I memory when l dry f mi I I h.-'n-elvcs st -;iuulii)U in the little . p.k a'nii!l is half mill' east ul the BENTON HILL Seueral Have Sent in Their Own Names Intending to Win One of Those Costly Prizes Which Are Given Away Absolutely t ree Psvchic Phenomena Frightens YOU CAN WIN IFJOU WILL BUT ONLY TRY! Haarig Roys Almost to The Fine 20-Acrc Free Farm and the Handsome Piano Are Well Worth Striving For Re a Live Wire and Win One of These Valuable Prizes 1 . 1 1 al'y inn scene. Tlir (lot.; l'"in iic,;' li Mitt en tlic I :( nk I '.very c tige (.! hair was lhi"iiiu siti'l III- t; had Ih i n amputated clii-i K . ! Ti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 27 February 1914

THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD Local Items Ed. W. CllpC boy Arthur is in tin' lis of Port :iu- illi-. a former is back in tow n on business Perkins Gape on of M:n-I.le hiisiiu ss. Hill I.. C. llolYmeister of Jackson :it tin' Terminal Tiles was l:IV. H guest H. (V stopping Moore at the of Wythe. Kivcrview. II. P.ilinan of Columbia, is in the C.ipe on liu-iiiiss registered at the Kivcrview. Mr and V. lui-inc: was a A. Ilium s in the guest at Marble iie 'I'm Hill -day had ami St . Charles. ( hristojilier Meek. Cairo, wa in the business matter- ,1 .1. Atkin.'Ui i. hll-itl"'-- thi- Week, at the Pro-cot I. .rewi ryiuaii fn Tlle-daV 'III I n '. in all the ('ape ell stopping M. (I. Tidw II ior i- lieeli the died week on tli lia ing jill . A. C. I iirkm.iiin of Allenvil in the C.ipc on account of i inatlers thi- wick. 1 1 1 II 1 nvest igati the advantages of Park Place: I home. JVI. 'ie be-t place to build your Ken Viuvard, Agent, Phone Alv T f ser of Thohl Mutual W hei on bu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 27 February 1914

THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD FINE CHURCH DESTROYED BY FLAMES Methodist Church, Finest House of Worship in City, Goes up in Flames BANDITS AT- CAPE GIRAR- MOB SLAYS A TEMPT TO ROB DEAU'S LARGE NEGRO THEN TREASURY ENTERPRISE BURNS BODY SURGEON TALKS DAL WON BY INTERESTINGLY HONEYWELL OF MEXICO State Capitol of Iowa Visited Great Factory Gives Employ- Prisoner Breaks Loose After Great St. Louis Aeronaut Wins Former Cape Co. Hoy Direct By Robbers Who Get ment to Hundreds of Local Match is Applied. Hut is Award From Aero Club From Battle Field of Neigh Nothing Boys and Girls Later Caught of America bor Republic ORIGIN OF FIRE UNKNOWN! BIND AND GAG WATCHMAN EMPLOYMENT CONGENIAL CAPTIVE BEGS FOR HIS LIFE IS RECOGNIZED FOR RACE KNOWS REEEL CHIEF WELL Heroic Efforts of Fire Department Unavailing The Surrounding Property Saved Work Hours on Commonwealth's Strongbox Containing Hundreds cf Thousands of Dollars Many Youutfsters Aid in the Sup port .f Their Familiesby Work ing i...

Publication Title: Cape Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 27 February 1914

I Jl Fountain street will in a short time iin t!,n i I;., ,.r .......i .. "xenues ni v,,e l.irardeau. The present excellent ity Kovcr.iment ...is, ,., i,h .com,,,,,,, ndmitiistrntini, of city affairx, comnh-telv won tin hvvry triday by confidence ,f n. people, , ,(.,.,. wi lirt)l)a,,,v ,. V(.rv liHll ,,;,,,.,; THE CAPE CilKAKDKAl; PI HUSHING COMPANY, j r""v, ,,,r ""''''pi improvement is started A I'lM.lf A 11' N ol IM'IIV AS SI CON 1 1 I I. ASS MMIi:i! AT I III: 1.T i'IIKI: vr mi; (.111 uin: r, mo., r i : n i i n i ; . ) r,T,,,, P"l'hca:ion i.f the Initial state ;, ,Ri(.u, surv.- Hulli- 1111 mm.iim he l,e .,f considerable importance H. rimim-cr- ami survivors ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR IN ADVANCE i. shows ..- ,.i..v,i.. ..r a. , ,,, pillt, in w"minl Z .Z.L!, lV spirit leveling Ii m- from Is'lil i 1011 1....1.. . .. nil mimic miner tin- uirci't hi 01 Ii. 15. .Marshall, chief Inoirrnliher. x' m'.V-. rMi!r"t,!,Mr'i','' 1 ,,X:lrt elevations above mean sea level of il,.... inn ....;,., 1 1 :!i"...

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