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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 2 January 1914

CAPE COUNTY UCMALV, CAH2 CIl'ATiI)''.ATr, "0. t r .raOWE YEAH Terrible Catastrophe Has Marked the Twelvemonth. HEATH TAKES KOTACE MEN Cenerat gueceet of the Democrat. and Startling Developments South of the Rio Grand Chief Event In Western Hemispnere. Now Voi k. Taken all la all, the -.year 1913 has been a happy and rather fortunate one for the world in gen-ruV- It was not marked by any groat caisstrophe, such as the San Francisco earthqu.-.ke or tlio Titanic disaster; It saw the end of the, wars in tho Bal kan's, It witnessed the inauguration of a D- tiiocratio president In the United Ht'itH, followed by pr-nuino tariff re duction without financial panic. The death roll for the past year ban bit the finnnclul world rather bard, in cluding sued notable figures aa J. P. Morgan, H.r.ty M. Flagler and James R. Keene. The Roman Catholic church also lost two of lto moat ven erable cardinal, Oreglla, dean of the aacre.d college, and Rampolla, once ecret'.ry at the Vatican and -who would h...

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. — 2 January 1914

; !! C'l- 7 , -iu, ;. S A. . I to Lr JIPIOUIK r; J2 . in I). A. G'.cr.n t-j Wit It r lot 1. Uoc'c 4, in K ( w i i'i (Ir.lo Addition, Cape (I irurJeau, in I f I 14. S CAPITAL : UJtPLUti s of irt.livMu&K Inr-inc.-: clt.l- Int. en t on Time Accounts at lata of 1 1 Tf- -: i 1 m I y-- r "T I- V wr , i'. l, i.. I ri W) SI'LTY S rUO:t 437 709 DFvQADVAY . - J S S-JJ -1 4 -5 3 f f t f 7 GUSTAV L1AUHER Manufacturer l Minnie May Panatella Frisco and Melrose When you smoke call for above brands quality the very best 1 I I awier hi MARKET Cash Paid for Poultry Home Dressed Meats Game Fish IIS Independence St, cr - i,,. The Home Prospective Haw much filauuratil aniicijauo.i U hd in plaining tli new home, llav 8? yu in jrour (.lancing pw props thought g to the plumbing juips:rtf From fcu meiit laundry to bedroom Uvalory the plumbing U important. To plan the J? equipment tet, eil r let ur call upon $ you and kow yu the hundred of artistic dci;ni o "ZUitiis'f fixture!, our itiitai l U.tion of wh...

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. — 9 January 1914

i 1 4 fiii fines fArrs "Atx rn: r.s ti' vr riT t' r-fr'V Vol. XVI Capo Gir.vrdcau, Missouri, Friday, January 9, 1914 ""I n r . .... .-. r- r-5 r , r- - - : i n i -. t- -3 v. I . ...,d I..J r...,., ,, r. -J . .i i ! x t..i t t X i X ,4 V . .-I 1.1 i r. ) 3 . 3 Greatest Contest Prize Ever Offered by a Missouri Newspaper New Cape Daily and Weekly Tribune's Plans Are 'Maturing The Cape P blishina'Co., u hich in a very short time will bein the publication of the new CAPE DAIlV AND WEEKLY TRIBUNE is. -negotiating for a splendid little farm o'T about 20 acres, located between Cape Girardeau and Jackson, which is to be given as a &rand prize in a circulation contest, tSaia'ils of which will be announced later. This farm will mean a home for life for thepersort to whom it is presented. 'It Its equipped with a gcod residence and all necessary outbuildings, and the soil is highly productive. A rra and Home Ccmplcie can in no way l)e compared with automobile or similar inexpensive prices th...

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. — 9 January 1914

vt:.:-at,t.). CArr. cikai:dzau. ::o,. "HI r::;; ml cv inr state ! cay coir J ! . ? : i i;!-:;:S' . U i 1 i I i rx.. err i.-JAi. 1-ol.d TJ.rn !- f t f ' "i t : ;-,-. j p '','" T ... . I. .. . I t. ij 1 - . ,t ,J , L J i 1 J I t.. Lr.fi C ---rn Si i -J Est! t-t. Lo'tf r j ' r ti Sud to t": ? v 5 ' 5 . .1 ii ; 3 OeiMi ncsli.j.ped on Sa-- C-.ij- Fvcied. rh''.-.J.'ti'!..;;i. Fa. Posii Tt- liipec-t--r ;ir--:-t -d Ci.hrlcs Ureeer.cU, s-'ayi-i I r...' u ;.'.y--r Rotmna of 1 '. Li-'.vt.iKu, r.ccii: thc-n of nv.ur- - f V:,,s :-.;;!:; u:::! cci firing to i .-fra.:. J i co;i:tH n with cue of t'.ie greatest i; ;'.;: ! ffi'ij;:'.i-nt bankruptcy cliernes -,-cr ir:'-:.rt':"i ry th "wr!'i"T,l. It 3s k.V'I m-To than tl.O'jO.GOO' is In volved. 8?i'l the ramifications of the n!Y-f"i 'n'! p'tt.i'l to 'New York, Newark, l.tK Kant SL Louis,' hi?-:;-. M".n.r.--v-.-.n, . nrrtshnr?, Louisville, Reading End elf-ewfoen. At t-:r-t a dozen oilier arrets are r5.'ct- Cii fO'.'ll. Ths a!IF;frd gwindlf r bav horn ti...

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. — 9 January 1914

'TO. n ? '( Ev 9H n niiqcn n;3 :! 1:1 t VI, .1 V CAI'i: COUNTY TIirrsALlV CA PI". G!TCAT;j)i:AIT. I Is I i fr iy t' V. f i : ft:"'. Is Area Extend Half Way Around the WnHr!. The Dlstase Across It Excesdtt by Wny Hundreds if Miles That From Northernmost Point of. North America to Panama. 1 Ft. rttornlxirc. The discovery cf p.'lcholas Second Lind In simply an In cident In the economic development wof tho l:ur::ilan cmp, The general EUbllc la unaware of t'jo astounding Uent and the enormous potential re sources of Arctic Russia. Its area ex pends half way around the world through ICS decrees of lnnpitude -fwbilo the distance arrows It exceeds c'jy many hundred wiles that from tho V J- Where Bergo Tower ths Sky. -northernmost point of North Amcr- let to the tothnius of Panama. Tho survey of these remote regions was but one ot tho many progreselve Improvements for Russia initiated by that luminous charactor, Petur the Great. Planned in his last years, this moat extended of geographic sur...

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. — 9 January 1914

t; I IV : .r I TlO'J ) i ce Ucni, : l.yi, Kl wi o Mel '.J- 0 h Ity in a very few tnor.ihs. Cepo G rar j..-au. ;h its rup- e..y prewir.g su turps, jack-on. Chaffee end ether pood towns. is without qui: r.e rapidly growing city in the '.'te. Keep the good work co-i ' Hg. The coming spring and summer undoubtedly will sec the greatest improvements ever in this city. 1 Mew homes . and apartment houses of Cape Girardeau com mand the h Ighest praise -the fact ihrt thry are fill filled is enough to ir.sare the erection of a much larger number hi the spring. The demand for such buildings never ws3 a.i heavy as right now. That certainly speaks well for the best city along the Mississippi. 4 o Good reads is a subject that rural residents should never al knv to have a back beat. They should demand good roads above everything else in the way of improvements in their districts. The citie3 will take care of them selves and it is up to the farm ers to call on the county and " rt2te officials for as...

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. — 9 January 1914

cavi: county iir.;:.u., cmi: c,i)i::in:.v, ;m. W W- it tn Mrs. Ou'j Pott ha-? returns fro-i a vhit with St. Louis friend"-. Jan'.rs rip Hon Ju'.s rctisr;v.i to Chir;u;o aflt'r a visit with Cape relatives and friends. Mrs. Ii. J. VvTi.cht has bnen visiting with frior.da in Chaffee the past wee k. J. V. Cant was a business visitor t thtf Capo the fore fart of the week. Mrs. Herman Welters cf Jack son has been visiting friends here the past week. F 0 U S A L E-Onc t!Mro!?h bred Jersey nude, lB-months-old; would exchange for good cow. Call Jackson I'hona 2li) J. .l.cnii's S-! r.l lit- Zi Stt StlfM,! rn-.i Mor!,'. 'Vhcrens. on lh i:Uh S-'t'tr-niluT, Y.'-x Henry J. tons '5'i.-w:d of tho c"-.;r.t.v jCaj-e (iirard.au in the tudc v v 01 cf, son is serving on ;ti- J. A. the fire deparincnt as a tute for Martin Oberheide cf the regular force who is on a two weeks' vacation. J. P. Young:, attorney of Illmo, was a business visitor to the Cape the fore part of the week. Mr. and Mrs. George Little...

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. — 9 January 1914

:.U.P. AT 7. Tlie ninn ttbywi si" !''.y ! p-.i-V cus- prvrr m.?t n (toed. Appropriate Style, "How do yi)ii want tho forn'ry p!o turf repro'.'uc i?.." "In ood cuts, stupid " iiLKITf MOW! AND 8hi.l rMMn-n Arc ftV-My. vl (in rhf 1rsm (.;Imt itv wrt j'o etr ' 1' il-i i 1 tin i t. v:i?' (in '."UiA-h, K.-t en l'i i i r, tvl ft i rv-iiM) ,r, i nl t in t,ff , h 1 1.' t - n. A I ' ( niufl? fur wnruM. tMt-il Liy i ( !i, r fur ',-4 y A. A U liru(rs;'im, Te e V !., Aii inv, A. . u.uiK'.fl, 1 liny, N. V. A Iv. ) . - V . f . ' V-vv1.-:: r ; .. ; .. , ),:.:,;&; ; y ' ; Ai-A : ) r " ; i v I. t It 0:v ry!.t in their contentions ind tiio '.::.:?. !r.i-.''!.t; v. as i'-tu:il!y mado by an artist :"" !"?v! ' -t--v.? il nv.'.to: in'.'y p'lerc'h- . i-.r. f,:, thror,' thr.t our ant; ci.ors, Instead of pos 5 ik iK-!io rk-j'.ls of tho typo found at T-.-,ji.r!?'i'.1, t-ry, and I .a OintwUr-fiux-Bnlnta. -.'-if ri'-fit;:rcs uh -l.uIS rt-scmL-ling tbot found V-'' ', K-'-'s-r.. ! ;., V..-.T, ,y (tome t i hnva...

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. — 9 January 1914

CAFi: COUNTY III1RALI). CAP!: GIRARDITAU. HO. I U.lL iliLU hLt Ui i T- AM'imi Mi I t Si 'jij DESTROY ALL AILING POWLS Dulb'c Alarm Clock Did It3 Duty xj;3 Almost Too Well. Disease Generally Attach Most SuB cepyblu of Flock snd Thry Should Ee Killed et One?, fliy M. F. GRlfKi.ET.) Moet tilling or diseased ch'ckens or n.'ns bail better bo hilled than doe- ' tored. In tho Drat placo It In by far : tne quickest way. Again, It at occo . floes away with any risk from con- j taglon. Moreover a once sick hen, ! even If fc'ue does geem entirely recov. ' red, go'ulom develops Into a first ' class layer, and second clusg layer geidom pay. There In another point, often over looked. Pineaid generally attack the weakest or n;08t susceptible of tho flock, tnd no flock wag ever benefited by keeping In It binla of this kind vbna It la known they aro such. It la truo that now and then noma trivial thing may all an otherwise strong bird, and it would bo a mistake to rive her no opportunity to recover....

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. — 9 January 1914

1 1 Hi fi. l-'f CAPITAL ;: 111 PLUS MO FITS J.i'O 0,uvO.VO livid ludr. firms ami corporation; Intercut cn Time lVT-o;dt.-! and Savings .f.s ra'.a of 4 i t cent for annum ;;T ... .. 1 .... s J V ft! ti. IT . 1 4 a H in si 1 i-.i. I 1 ' 7C3 EHOADVAY Crp;rbs From Ek chafes LaGrippe, measles and whoop ing cough are some of the pleas- antrios our citizens are enjoy ing at present. Maiden Merit Chas. RcikcT of Cape Girar deau is spending several days with his sisters, Mesdames C. A. and J. II. Schonhoff.--Advance New Era. n v;i.'c I .'3 i.. a y. .- . ; pi-: a p:g v. led out in fr.r:t of V , It bad er.teml at the r i.h .f tie x-:;vcr r-om.o ll'Cfl f -r, or more away,, and could rut t.:.rn "round, thus, it ke;:t geirg until it cani" out at the end where the workmen wrre ex tending the lim The pig had a lor. ? dark road totrnye!. Puxico I...h-v. It is new est united that Pem iscot County's cotton crop for the year 1913 will total 22,500 running bales of cotton, or pos sibly ;.;0,0(X) commerc...

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. — 16 January 1914

5 r -i It; 41 . n 4 . J -1 ALL THE ?SiWS THAT'S TIT to ri!'i'r S'.;,;;!?T:::l nut, six 3 a via, in a5w?.:s Capo Girardeau, Missouri, Friday. January 16, 1914 3C f ! ,' j ' f"3 p rj - ! ; r :! i --" 'I r t " o , ' -i r? f" m , I t I , I 1 ! W Li L.a l,J Ct t. J t..il-J .. : 1 1 - r-i L 1 A r t r " J . i v. u.,;:;3 ft n in It WiSS go to Somebody in the Circulation Contest to be Started in a Very Short Time by the New Cape Girardeau Daily THH CAPE DAILY TRIBUNE The farm consists of 20 acres, equipped with a substantial residence and all the required outbuildings. It is the besl land to be found in Cape Girardeau County and will make an ideal home for life for the person who is fortunate enough to receive the most substantial gift. Do not be confused by contests offered by others, where flimsy gifts of little value are said to be offered for little labor. THERE WILL BE NO STRINGS TO THIS FARM GIFT! IB DC 3E E3EEE 3E rijs- bi-t-.- Mrs. Mary A. Yj'oods, Was Widow cl the Lale Judie', Forme...

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. — 16 January 1914

,!.-:),",-'.n. t'lrl wnmw www I Ha mi in' iiiUuilhtl.); L ERUPTIO ' j ! i ' 5 : M J i i 1 . ir! nut! u a i l ii '.' V:. rr'::::cz'rT vi.rnN in .?' E3 TROOPS GUAFtt? CITY OP KA"0 SHIMA, EVACUATED BY JAf'S AFTER FLOW OF LAVA. ': j TV-'O REFORMS nr. WILL " "' UF?C.H. AT ONC 5. ' i ii:::; v.tzzt.zi to n chief HOT OWLDERS SINK JUNKS t ! v-.".3 ritd Ft'cr r-:-:hl ,t- V'Hj's Ar.vy (9 f" "v in Con- t -j cf !.'?'( '.'i;tt'. "I R Kid a Real Vacation," Says f ci,tive, Much Improved In Health Will Read Mfsoage to Conorfss Nt Weik. Tiri.Tl Wave, Quaku ntd Activity cf ny Mor Voicsr.crs Tarrcrlz Inhabitants Foreigners Have Fictna of ncipe, . T . 1 "s Vi!-fi. Tfi, J ;;. 32. VWit 2.S0O i'- A -en ft?:Jrl ;f-! '"' Tt, Sl;l-'(in r nfn.i. 2'(0,r.o- ri'i:.'' cf r.ronmnt t:. ., tv! tdnr."'., f m r Ir.r? e fie',-1 ; i I s fl'-vl 3, '00 :n nn t''-''!;'"!"" nre i I f, ";!. -ijr of tift t'!!'!"l Staff 3 rv"-y b-"r.-W p;!r.l f tV.e r m;U of .: f-Vr;i! trrcy's rvar.iail.-n 'of C,in ;, i, ?,: ; , its t io Amt.rl...

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. — 16 January 1914

CAPE COUNTY HERALD. CAFE CKIARDnAU, . HO. ii is; 7 '.J t- 4, 4.'- t' t. u. ty Tfcla vontWful j-ioture of tins UxiHpiI & fa tea battlesUtp Vermont being tossed one of tii crew of the battleship Wyoming:. FIRING h n t- ft Thia tsaa been trenched la the first photograph received from OJlnaga showing the battle between the " federals and rebels that going on for mora than two weeks.' These are members of Major Guslamenti's command attacking the en-federals. DETROIT ATHLETIC CLUB'S NEW BUILDING r 1 - (' 5 F -i : , M. - - H ! I f ' f T ? . 73 y More thun $Ouu,ooU bus been raised lor iliis new building for the Detroit Athletic club. It will be one of the flnoBt In America, will cost about $1,0U0, 000 and will occupy an entire block In the heart of the city. The structure will be completed by the end of this year. FIRST IIYDRO-AERO PASSENGER LINE IN WORLD I iilx thousand people gathered at St. Petersburg, Flu, to wltne?g the open ing of the first commercial Hn of hydro-aeroplanes In the...

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. — 16 January 1914

r. i (;rr: i v n;. M.r., cat:: ;ii'A.i:i.;:au, mo. ! 1. "ii. !) V... i. ' .".rrc ft i J ' r i n t! a rv. f ! (v; V it v.: i fo t;.-.t u OS'." Oil'. ' I 3:1 , 1 r.v. ' f" i 11; I '.Tin; While it re- r tlv .0 than c.:l now is ;Uir r f Com S? (.: i. i.ri i : ..iit January nominal success. than IfH) t n- ifer; nt count ics Third Normal The content was 1. .7 1 ! l-.tV-tbm, ir.ilic.ili'"!-; I;li;..-r. : -! ! l lVxtt r, Jy. Cliir- ;i. 1). II. a '.rs or i 1 1 r ! I! i!') c.ai-. ,- J. i;. " i!. -.1TC (" v. .1:-'. i: row ii : n, F"'r.l i :t lv.1 Z'viliir.j:, orn, grown d. Gri.Tin i! f n;ta I Aero Yield Com.'. R-2c, w ;;.-. a i l-rii.-'.r.rtr c:x tri- . in the - d i ' ri-i i -c the ; ! District. il.eld untr the direction of Mr. Do;i:i'! of r.t. the Agricultu Ii contc-ftc nt t.i 1. - more f ::arir.;r on the j cc; t i-f reduction, freight rates p.nd otlw-r things from now on. It purely sterns that river traffic vill Lt; ivc:i rn";-t critical con-si-,; oration in the very near fu ture bvnl steamb...

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. — 16 January 1914

CAVE COUNTY 1IKKALD, GATE GIUARDHAU, MO. p J':il 1 A. r: U n;i. Ti -!.",;.?, p H. I.' 'i'T, ii'.'-i'ii .ideni I L. S. .lowpb, Ca- i'T . C.S. Snn'iv.prs, Av.L ( VMi-r V, O. ! hi Asst. I '.isider H. I'nii."i:i:.,;riii:in, .vivhi''; pt. i ' r v ' ' ' $ 1 1 ' H v f ' ''; J SI f t U ; f ('A PITA J j - $100,000.00 SURPLUS -PROFITS $.J0,(00.00 Accounts of individuals, business firms and corporations solicited. Interest on Time Deposits and Savings Accounts at rate of 4 per cent per annum . OFFICE ROCaS AK3 SAFETY DEPOSIT ESXES FC3 EEKT ' After vi. ilii At .w-vcrid 1;;ys with hi ffipily hci e, A. I.'. lur nell h.-is returned to his? mills at Z.'ta. ' Dr. G. S. Cannon of FornfcU vvvis a Cape business visitor Thursday, making this oHlce a pleasant call. -, First National Elects Stockholders of the First Na tional bank at their annual meet ing Tuesday cho.se Dr. Otto E. Forster a3 vice president, suc ceeding II. L, Rozier of Ste. Genevieve. These directors were elected, including Dr. Fors ter:...

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. — 16 January 1914

cou jn;UALl. CATC GIRARDEAU, TVO. 'AO i I 11 5 f 15 ' ; ! ' , ' ' ' ' Tr.-Tlr.fnU CM!.5rfin, "0:3 Hid Yn dm UuCLE SAL! :.UiL'. l ! c a ; Araorknn ini erects clash, isur la tho future do I boo any point where too lines :f cr dr-T-Jpmcr.t rhsuld crass cuch other in an Inimical way. "la tho United tiiatca Ilvo about 12,000.000. Germans. Among theso is a rowing effort ulttco the foundation of the Cerumn-Aincrlrau National Union la. 1001, v.l.ilo reiualuiug loyal to their new Fatherland, to keep up their rola '.U.iih tpiili their id home and to strengthen them. So long as polities here sr.d in tin) United states oro In calm hands, and overdone expressions of fi'iendiihlp n well 89 nervous feelings In connection with occasional frictions tt.ro avoided and theso things happen now and then in economical' matters wo need not have any feara as to our relations with the United States. PACIFIER OF -Here s.rc sense Interesting facts re SatdinK IUif,h Li. Scott, who persuad vi tho KavMjooa not. 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. — 16 January 1914

CAfK county ih:t-:ald. aj m mnsw VALUE OF PASTUCluG f f r p-. - q f ? - " t " r. v b,LU.'J I L ... . r 1 Pcttnt of lfen!!r Tr-er Vj(rt44 In- ' tf" -O r- r -- y t II t' A ; , Hy STELLA SCHMIDT, u ' TliOU'iH tlicr jrioon mt&ht Tary itn :tliiO of rinlng and tlio stai-s xnlrtt Vroiv tardier and tardier eaeh lilf hi in making t heir stenlthy Journey arrcKo tho iVy, old Mrs. Kearaoa n'ver ;varfd In any respect the details of her daily Jifo. ' la th dnytlrr.e sho read hor newspa per. She rtid It slowly rend tlio .political news, tho society nowi, tho murilors and tho advertisements. She jbrpaa at tho beginning and sha read i on ntid on steadily to the end. She reflected Jio pnrt- The political newn lhad not tho slightest significance of !her, the personal gossip mid the so ciety notes wore absolutely un) in port !ant froru her point of view, the ad ivertiHemenf s whetted no donires, for sho had do desires to whet. She mere ly rend thij newspaper, that was alb In the evening tho cooked ...

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. — 16 January 1914

.vwr, county Kc:r.r.i, cap;; cmAi-nnAU, ?io. i I f f .r vr.!-..-i? I r (!. tnx'm Cairo! It h n-p.:vi;. I -:cj that Lutes- !;'.. r. "in :! tuiu -.'." a CvTi- t!a,..u Vi 1 -1 .ei-ctfp.-c.'dtbthe J., v. ... , , , A' in'v Vca )Ht"A ' -1 - . - ' t !- Jin-:c-KV'pjvirs gameput' tir shen v,i.-;o, so to speak, lie I to have & full &ehoo-cun- LwicsviHs Eisner. V.'e sta.rt.Cil this papron5.00 .and borrowed that from the county clerk at a time when we -were heavily in edit. Today we own our own plant, don't owe a dollar to r.ny one and have plenty of money to run our business. We ak.;o own a small farm and a town lot in Florida and contem plate purchasing a farm in an other state before fall.- Sikeston Herald. . ' Sixteen business men of Oran met at the Tribune Office test Friday evening andloranized a Commercial Club. That more were not on hand was caused by the excessive amount of business matters that compelled their at tention. A. Nations was elected temporary chairman and Z. L. Gle...

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. — 23 January 1914

r. : rtsnrs pafts u Yec rws itAT'S nr to f rint" Vol. XVJ Capo Girardeau. Missouri, Friday, January 23, 1914 .--t rrr i 1 ?.- I3E i!;s! ! it., j 4 ftM.t, 3E 3C M I j 7" k ,j AW 5 ' I ; M rir1 f U 1 h 1 h r n if rat r, 7 f : t ..J 2 i S ! it 1 i ! i i 1 in H U S r ! ' ts V s-w fc-J W 1 t, j M . W W u ti..a t.i 3 t r-'3 The hTo:.7 Cape Daily and Weekly Tribune's Plans are Lhluring for this Most Wonderful GiftSubscribers to s The L72v Papers Will be Entitled to Participate in This, The Greatest Contest Ever Ccndnctcd! Those whose names have been enrolled and those now being received will have equal chances with others that are now being added by the hundreds every day. We do not care who becomes the lucky possessor of this complete Farm Home. It will be ready to move right in. There will be a good house awaiting the occupant. There will be a comfortable stable for the cow and horse. The chickens will also have a good house and pen. Even the hogs will not be forgotten, for a good, commo...

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. — 23 January 1914

nnnALD, gait; ctnAHDEAU, tio. M-'nui'Ve'V: ; v"i-(iii-i;if!f u.uii yuiUlllL i ,i'J iiKC OFFiClaL 3 GOiilTSlI m PK! Oil i .'I . ' ! f- j ? ' f f y'- Oiia i'Lhi Hit f , ..4 rca do Rctrs mis 3,c;.o ?OU:CR& AS SUf50P.OINATE . TO AtfS-RrCAN'i. "A. M. WOOD" rOUNO TO BE DEFAULTING TREASURER OF CR0S3 COUNTY, Af-iX. FLEEING PRISONERS KILLED AF TEH SENSATIONAL ESCAPE AT MeALESTER, OK. explain cjiN'ACASunnEroi'n WOMAN WAS NOT HIS NIECE JUDGE J. R. THOMAS 13 SLAIN Who! Mex'r. ViHaje, ti Dogs and Fi a ticj Cct", Interned n U. S Soil Crfcjco Is Charged With Cowardice. n Pa.o. Tex., Jan. 21. Guarded by I'n'.ted S ..'? cavalrymen, the S,3ui) M'AK-an f'.-ifrst i-oldk-rs and their 1,C9 -women end children camp fol low tb,, who were forced to (j k asy lum i!i this co.nilry during tt;e haul? at OjinMga, Mexico, are .Interned at Fort V'!!b fr irn Indefinite ay on the footing ot prisoners of war. Each train of rvfutwa was run Into camp on a spur. The unloading pre efnx.il varied, sod animated, eenes....

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