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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 16 June 1911

OFFICIAL BALLOT Ciiy ci Cnpc Glrzrdzz::, SPECIAL ELECTION, rRIDAY, JUNE 23rd 1311. INDKFEN DENT TICK ET For Police Jude 1IARUY E. ALEXANDER STATE OF MISSOURI, i VS3. Counly of Cape Girardeau I, Chris. F. Dettcn, City "Clerk of the City of Cape Girardeau, Missouri, Missouri, do hereby certify that the forenrointf represents the Official Dallots to be voted at the Special Election for Po lice Judpje, to be held on Friday, June 23rd, 1911. I also certify that the candidates to be voted for on the the respective tickets named, were nominated by electors, and the certificates of nomination fvlcd in my office within the time prescribed by law. IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed Seal the seal of said city of Cape Girardeau, Missouri, at my office, this Ninth day of June, 1911. CHRIS. F. BETTEN, City Clerk. 9 9 t r '1MG3!!! I PA I THE i:m STREET TAILOR 13 showing an unusual nobby line of Summer Suitings a t prices to suit. Also does Cleaning, Pressing and Repairin...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 16 June 1911

... r ... ... . 1'- J x . r . v . i. fo.' mi 'A M 1 W f K V:f 1 - I I i .: !. .i The Jcfr! Mansion Was T)(CO CIIABLES KLEIN . ARTIIUn..II0RNDLOV7 CiJfYkiiJtT, l0, BY 6.W. OU-LlNoHAM corner SYNOPSIS. Ttowvrd JofTrtes, banker's son, under the evil InHuenee of tioliert II sderwood, f elloiv-stuilent h Tale, leHds a. litn of dis sipation, marrlfit the daoghto? of a ram Her wh died In prison, and la disowned by iiln father. Ho In out of work and fn dej'-iwrat etraits. Underwood, who hart nnre, been engaged to Howard's ftep mother, Alleia, Is apparently In prosper ous oiroumslanres. Taking advantfiRR of hl lniin:aey with Allein, tie becomes a .rt of aoot.t! highwayman. Discovering Ma true character. Alicia denies him tha bouse Ita aends her a nt'te threatening: auletdo. Art dealers for whom he a'ted as CitmmlHS'oni'P, demand an arcountlnK. Jle cannot make ifood. Howard calls at bis arKrtrn(.it5 In an Intoxicated condi tion to reo.ut a loan of I'J.OW) to enable Mm to tike up a bnsinesa pro...

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. — 16 June 1911

A I dreamed I was In Egypt, on the Nile, That It wu In the day when Moses stood Before old rharaoh that tumultuous while When Pharaoh wouldn't do Just as ha Bhoiild. I dreamfd tht. Mnaes waved his ataff, ami then The lorusta came In clouds upon tha land; Their mucous whirring- shook the aoula nt men And rose In aullen Bound on every hand. I dreamed I saw the loctmts dims at first, A lone, thin stream from out S.ihara'a waste To flln themselves upon tlat land oc rurst. To nuts a tho kins repent his wicked hnnte. I asw them strip the g-russ from off tha Krouml, I saw thm strip tha leaves from otT the trees, And through It all there rolled that mighty sound LlUo to a billion booming bumblebees. They swarmed Into the palace, and they seemed More loi-usta than were ever on thla globe. And ntill they came, and, furthermore, I dreamed, They crept upon old Pharaoh'a jeweled robe; They ate the costly stuffs upon hie throne. They crawled kneedeep upon the r ar b!a flooi- And all the while tha...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 16 June 1911

0 k ' Mi.-.'S Hazel Two On. craft nnd G'yrve Monday for Charleston gates to th a Youth: Union. and (Irace Mahrey'' left fV V V'.U low. vr. will p-ann wear a hole in your tsnt. watching to keep it there, r it h:)s Tot canted you enough (' J-- '-,, t. has found coroirmy with others, has pnol ai:ums'1 ;:atoh's notice. Nc,ie Is In i ! fj Ivt-n 1 1 lat letters of admlnisi ! 'lit Ion upon tlio f.'st ?ite nf . .v illi I.' !.. .1 ......I !.,, ,,, ' IT lillil HI I . mi i, un nnvu, 1 1 ti v; I'l l II People's RM,)ted to the i;liclris-ied by the j Court C'f C'ouinmti ri.ian of 'upe Glr- dele- H I'f -i'lilT. t i; the y Miss Adeiaido LaPierre re turned home Monday from the Caiie, where yhi had In en visit ing hi r sister, Mh;a Martine. h th rent commercial tranches ldcksnpc P a Ut.th ir.ti :-rr :i h its travels, to return to its owner nnd re t.i he his est'rlastin;: jrratStudo. The dollar was ir.udo round to roll and fiat to pile, ana u ny not keep it rolling ana pinnpr. rememoeiani uutr, dollar...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 23 June 1911

..V. . ( , H ; ! ... : ! : 1 : v' . 7 ' i 7 V ; ii I ; ' -; I W ' : ' ' h ! ; i i I' . A . ' , ' i i ; I is , : , , i 1 , ' , -, . 1 ' 7 II m - i ' i : a ' '. :'.) M N i ! MM fl 7 V ' ; i ' O 1HI PEOPLE'S PAPZR OH li.V Is ftm ill Ihe (wopti pi. I f tiw. im a! the pwp't li N tiw, bat w.iu if & tt mej sus::niPTio:i ji.cs a year. n A0r;r, Vol. XII! Capo Girardeau, Missouri, Friday, June 23, 1911. No. 33 CAPE GIRARDEAU MAN ELECTED CHIEF The thirty-third annual meet ing: of the Missouri Pharmaceu tical Association closed its week of vacation last Friday noon, after one of the best convention ever held. The membership of this con vention was boosted consider ably and after the business was over it totaled up that the meet ing at the Cape was the must successful meeting ever regis tered by the druggists' in the State of Missouri. This meeting showed the largest gains in mem bership, attendance, results, etc. I. Ben Miller wasunanimou&Iy chosen president of the associa tion for the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 23 June 1911

. ! t . , i 4. I V ; '7 . t. i L' C -4 ;! I ucucii smAimo. mum etc. S:--,pi Pais U ltJiJfjJMritTf Bii ic..i.il, Jrltoiir.. .muiilcs. or fx. (f ft. - J PA i , '-mi-' i a r'- ! ' : 5 t V - "v v.. S Y ' Cri.J. i . V r f J- J ' - ..a , i - i p- fc 3 - ' r-"-r.: . f n ('-- a j- i ... w 5" AT r t -.- c-,i. I' w-J r. ,'i it i l; f : '-v. ,...1 tt,; ... I'. 4.1 , ti rr. a l .. rr ; -. . -i. f. --r r tli iri O'- t 1 p K' .-.f.. ". " '-5 OR r !t 6 r:, .v.. r I : 1 r- t 4 i-..r: f -- f 5 : . . : r- . ; t. ' A f . f- .- -- J Ct t,! w.it P I '. p.i . I .'. f.f-jt- v;ri-i---s ? w l eri tf r.r !.. 1 K., -"riv ' T.- r r-'-rt f t'-i p o:cl a t'i' I- fi t.r, rwv) rta.'1. f . ' "- If . i. r-O ii ik ."ri; P' t.O f- If y I' r irM vii!' t. i ; .'. -w.tr fi -t t'.'ri,-1 fvr t- Tuvi'r,fc. 'r.t. C' ;.T')( r. ."'! -r hi bru'jij t'T";i fi.-io.-.ri. )fo'rd thT-Pi i' !.'! -J Offp. mi f.nailv is 3i.-t,'-Ji .'-,f-.p n from tV- trvj;fi ' c.iir r.;:n. JsR cii oa CHAPTER XII-Continued. lie ba:'(3, IooVSck a If te wo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 23 June 1911

Horlicullurc sasI I mum laimiiaaiiHiaiiMjl Lma METHOD IN CLEFT GRAFTING Gclon Should Consist of a Portion ol the Previous Season's Growth of the Tree. To ini.l.o a cleft, graft select a hrnneh or one niul one half Inches In dlimif-tcr nud never It with a saw, (are nhouhl be tulien that the bark be not loosened from nvy portion of the Blub., Split the, oxponc'l end with a broad thin cMh1 or grnfilnff tool. Then with a wedpo or tho wcdo Blinpcd prong tu tho end of tho graft ing tool Bj-.iead the cleft no that the scion may he. Inserted. The scion nhould consist of a por tion of the previous sensi'ii's growth of the tree to bo projiat,;.ted and lioold lie long enough to have two or three buds. The lower end of the scion, which In to be Inserted Into the cleft, tihoiild be cut Into the bhapo "f n wedge, haUng the outer ciIko thicker than the other. lu genonil It In a good plan to cut the scion so that the lowest bud will come jiiHt lit the top of this wedge in order that It will he near...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 23 June 1911

: 3- t ) i r c r, -: lory if C FYn 's. t , . 11. I - .A- .( i, in rcnierm- ity with a r.:-' ' ;t i..n n ?. n.l Kv CAPITAL sn:ru's s ..hvi r.:;!-, - i - If UT' -iw lime at rate of 1 l. ; r i . f lu mm (for: rsh'-i evy KriiUy by the :un i'i'ni.is:ti; fom'AM'. in.: lit u j.rice: J! i'0 pet ypar in tvar ITni.rrt s s'ord clana matter at ti $vrt cJVue 8l Caj. Cirfcn'.'-aii, Mo., iiE.it r the act cf March 3, 179. GOOD ADVICE FOR GO tDON and major. The S"c Joseph Observer is one cf the most widely circulated, ably edited and influential Dem-o-:ratic weeklies in the State. In & late edition it hits Gordon and Major the hardest jo!t3 they ' have experienced from the press, news of Col. ball a misfortune. Those two "Meddlesome Mat- 0 ties" oufiht to profit by reading The State University has con what the Observer says, as fol-1 f erred the degree of Doctor of lows: 'Laws (L. L. D.) upon Hon. "State Auditor Gordon andlCharle3 Nagel, Secretary of Attorney General Major seem to; Commerce and ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 23 June 1911

OFFICIAL BALLOT Cily c2 Crps Qlrzrdzzu, Ulzzc:zn; SPECIAL ELECTIOII, FRIDAY, JUNE 23rd 1911. INDEPI-N DENT TICKET For Police Judge HARRY E. ALEXANDER STATE OF MISSOURI. County of Capo (iirardeau I, Chria. F. P.etten. City Clerk of the City of Cape Girardeau, Missouri, Missouri, do hereby certify that the foregoing represents the Official Ballots to be voted at the Special Election for Po lice Judge, to bo held or. Friday, June 2drd. 1011. I alo certify that the candidates to be voted for on the the respective tickets named, were nominated by electors, and the certificates of nomination filed in my cilice within the time prescribed by law. Seal the nm street Is showing an unusual rrotby line of Summer Suitings at prices to suit. Also does Cleaning, Pressing and Repairing of all kinds. The De Vasher Dry Cleaning Machine assures you the 'best of work in the 3ry cleaning pro cess. Work called for and de livered. PnOHE G70- Your natvonaow solicited For Sale-One full blooded Jersy male ca...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 23 June 1911

A! r - -... K Lu b I liiU Li.u Ln An Mary ". Vuio rW the E.pcr'fnt' of Tfavf lint 'Knijht tf th Hovl." t lr,t s'!-i;iu-r on !.t Mi'urr.lv.at li; S w York, here tli 'i" cf t';,e ln n:(!ti:.i? cut. rf T. it ;m "No h.iio stat.-roim to any ih j r--:iif!i!?f r," htk! fln.lis.:; a tc.iile:i--o m t.Jto lnivT berth I rioo-d Tiiy o-i) oblliinuly l.i I'm tipper. When 1 turned In that nUht my xiiV.punlon was fui'l nbsi nt, but alonjj- toivnd liiorntnf?, vl-en I finally awoke, tens was A bloody Jackknlfe on (h floor and tho window was open. JiiKt what t-4j La;.;u u ?1 v. a isevcr found out. I told jjiy tale to the? purser and gave Mm Uio "exhibits," but who my stale mm ciinrnnkm wns, evcept fur the tiatTift en the boat's register, I have riPvcr known, cor do I know what be came of hill. Ia a Connecticut town os nlnht I xuot a t-trnnger In the hotel lavatory. "What have you lost, my friend!" i r)p!, bs I fjw hlra soarcblns fur sonietlilng. "I'm looking for the house tooth brunt)," he answered wi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 23 June 1911

9K 1 A , I , 11 TO MANY DANCERS OF WIRELESS Operator's Exposure to Electric Cur rnts of Great Power Regarded si Menace to Health. "Marconi," said a physician, "1b at present fighting nn Infringement of 'tis wir'-h'PS telegraphy patents In .4udon. My colletigucs lif Tail arc ilso engfiged In a wireless-telegraphy cmpftlgn, but theirs In not a tnercc nry but a humanitarian campaign, for It Is becoming apparent that the wireless telegraph operator's exposure 'o electric currents of great power mil frequency Is so dangerous to his health as to require Investigation by the French Academy of Medicine. "The violent action of the electric parks on the eyes of persons recelv 'ng wireless messnffes Is often the Miiiso of serious trouble eczema of the eyelids, nervous pnlpltatlon of the fyes, etc. The nervous system oi wireless operators Is also affected, nd the French medical faculty, re alizing tho unfortunate accidents to the plonoer of X-rayV, wish to safe guard the pioneers of wireless te...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 23 June 1911

H ; i In;. Win. Wilkorron cf Mil-1 The Sweat Pen Fair given by A ilcrville wag in (lie rity MH2 Frid.ij Of the Peopk j Tho telephone o! :ed to their new Hoffman building. Pico has mov home in tho E 5pn For the People t m t "x ' pi i f tv r r" j Prosecuting Attorney Doris of tlie Cape va;j in the city last Friday on business. s 3 being: as &oou as the best. I.? is n; Mi John Schneider, who expired at his heme v La flirt last week. vva3 buried in the Applcton cemetery Inst Friday. Henry Bauer returned home from St. Louis last Friday. t i T 1 A. Groves of AHenville was j here last. Saturday greeting his ; many friends. M T 'HI OF JACKSON William Park Leo Clthakd - A sst-Ca.shier H I ! Ur. Hal! and wife of Fruit land were in the city Monday. G. B. Miltonbergcr and wife left Tuesday tor St. Louis to visit relatives. Inclioon Notes! Dr. C. V. Alsop left for Flor id a Sunday. Wm. Wessell had St. Louis Monday. business in Recorder Seiniers and family returned home Monday from Scott coun...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 30 June 1911

Stat tforruilSoL ,1 Jul II 19 , 71 (I ! t ! h i ' it, ..fij .. .i ... O 4 f w . ' 7 i r f i ,1 'x'r 4wu' 4 . ft, ...,.i?!t,.,.i ftv THE PEOPLE'S PAPER ' Oi;R t:U- To pieai n lha people pari tf Ihs tim, trfi4 nf the pinp ! tt tkna, but never afl tht pnepl H nt time', susscaspTisN pnicf, $i.ca a yeas, h wwizi : . .5 Vol. XIII Capo Girardeau, Missouri, Friday, June 30. 1911. No. 34 H. E. ALEXANDER ELECTED POLICE JUDGE At the special election held last Friday to elect a police judge to fill the unexpired term ef the late Judge Rudolph Pahn, II. E. Alexander was elected over Orren Wilson and Ed. L. Drum. Although the election was a very quiet one each candi date worked hard to get every one to go to the polls and vote. The total vote polled was 757 of which Mr. Alexander received Id more than of all cast. Mr. -Alexander is now judge of the police court of this city and will hold ollice untill the next election which will take place in April 1913. The salary for this ollice is a very ligh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 30 June 1911

c::mi mm Ciiiidren's 7rt rrr C.-'"'7. C)'i cf tia tr cf ire FhS'a:;-t. JTat'oRaJ trs cjfri ta J-ti? to ta A?Frica anj e'frri a tiree y.vr rcntra'-t if ,'.r5f trni rit-o ti-u t;ra In r. G"!f uh di'.m:rL Ha ecU not ', r. r.';SiliL.! - - W.Gt?!M .? HE La, fJCTJCci. ret t. tncay cat'.l tha oxt y. acl ' fcy f-it tir e tiu c; fi t-.-r.:'.y prr-baVy J c.J rrrc k ; iTprmiEPd iwi '.a .( t tr.sn. Gr":Jj weft ta ' T "- .is f -'f StiT-dsy lecl-lm ! ! i tr i. u-tt cu: j HEF.3 -ri.KL3 4 CASE -KNOOT X'rc e res, K.rrc el 12 a lb"?. ar.J raid i MS MW v Ta 1 mTHMr FA The ?c '-!? rr a two ar. d a h .'.If c-t Sr'- weld K.fxa ttrr cat- paiga At t.-;!t f.M ta rrr-r a tua ; V a t brevier. -t vocally tie ru.t t , T.o wet 1-3 !, certainly jrcrwirg W.- j t. N; :r baa k:li ti'. --' j XJt:t ercp yet, I Vary hid a !Tb. (tttl la tV ; r4?j-f-ct si stood era aiead cf li i 'Wall uret cf tc-.isy. ' Adrvi;es c.f Ver? shet'.s fs betel; d tilrk tiat a tan eu sicu'd so, i ft-- lvnL-i3 for hi t:r. ' The es.-..--3. ! arrl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 30 June 1911

I vL Da 15 8YNOPSI3. IIownr1 Jeffries, bunker' son, under ttio oil Influence of Itolicrt Underwood, fllow-stnnViit lit Ynle, IcbiIs a life of (IIh nlputlon, m:irrls ttm ri'tuKlitcr of a Ram Mer who riteil In prUoti, and H rlHov.neil ly his fftt)iT. He Is out of work nml In cleHperate BtrattN. Unflerwooil, who hail one" been to Ilownnl'lt 'stop- tiiothor. Alicia. In apparently In prnper ns etrctimstaneen. Taking adviuitHito of hla Intimacy with Alicia, lie become a nrt of ao ial highwayman. Ilcovcrln riia true character, Ailcla denies him the liotipc. He m?nlH her a noto threatening aulclile. Art deulera for whom be acted tin cotnmlHloner, ilemand an neoouni Inic. Ho cannot make rhihI. Hownnl callH at tils Himrlrrifnii In an intoxicated conrll 1lon to reijucat a loan of tll.O'K) to enable liini to take up a hiiKlncsa proposition. Tnderwood telln lilm he 1b In debt up to lila even. JTownnl drlnka htmnelf into a toaiHliln condition, nml goes to uleep on a llvan. A caller la announced n...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 30 June 1911

-t! n? 1 s. 4 i a r a W i. 4 Ui tin k i A. (.i.-mv, I'rr- 'i"r, I'si)i, Carder Accor.nl- o; individuals, business firms and corporations solicits, li.tf rest on Time Deposits and Savings Accounts at rate of 4 per cent per annum OFFICE RCCKS .K3 SAFETY Ccpe Ceinsty Herald (Formerly the Jackson Herald) Published every Friday by the HER ALD 1TBLISHIG COM PAST. Subscription In advance. price: fl.OO per year "Entered second class matter at the pout office at Cape Girardeau, Mo under tfre act of March 3, 1879. CLARK A KENTUCKIAN The St. Louis Republic says that Pike county, Missouri, pro duced Champ Clark. As usual the Republic is in error. Pike county made a politician of Mr. Clark but Anderson county, Ken tucky produced him. He trod the clay hills of that county barefooted until he had acquired the strength and statute of man hood. He was born March 7. 1850 and when he had learned enough in a country school house to fit him for work in a country store he began his struggle for better th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 30 June 1911

the r.::i"i street lAlLUKI. s showing an unusual nobby line of Summer Suitings a t prices to suit. Also doos Cleaning, Pressing and Repairing of all kinds. Tb He Vasher Dry Cleaning Machine assures you Ihe best of work in the dry. cleaning pro cess. Work called for an 1 de livered. PiiOHE 070. Your patronaire solicited I. ''Hen Miller has his new ice cream factory in operation. Horn, to Mr. and Mrs. E. E Whitworth, June 23, a big boy. W. G. Kitchens of Bloonfield, was in the city Monday. Postmaster Arthur Shehon. of Puxico was in the city Monday. "Peck" Walker and Tom Jones of Blyth.esv.ille, Ark., were in the city last Monday. One of the infant twins of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Gross died last Saturday nvight. Garrett Glenn relunv?d home last Friday from California where he. has been visiting for several months. Mrs. 0111 ie Astholz returned home from Jackson last Friday where she had been visiting friends for several davs. Sherman Haupt of Torre Haute, Jnd, was in the city the first of ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 30 June 1911

hi. da Li! LOiJ ikJ USE AND LIMITATIONS OF THIS DEVICE IN CARINQ r'CR RCAD3. USE FOH CONVICT LABOR Dragging Should Always Be Done Just After a Rain Good Road li On Tht Is Good and Usbla 305 Days In Vear. fly HOWARD H. GROSS. There la do rtmd Implement that will Co more to make had roads better than the split log dm,r. and none that 1 eo Inexpensive. A handy man can usually get up one at a cost of $3 or $4. Better ones can be bought of road machinery companies for S3 to $15. There la no patent on It, so there la Road After Being Dragged One Year Helena, Ark. Tea9al7dr,J'Jnny ?"" w ,""P"" law part of the time. A few Z .. rrled as shown-not very well done, however. The surface lias imnnth wllle ntTwT'?, Th'" haS the d comparative" Smooth While It rannot be callod a Rood road, It 1b a good example of how a verv fcad road may bo n,ade better with grading and draSiJn. This wad la In Artanaa? tio reason why they should not come Into general use. The problem of supplying prisoners with work...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 30 June 1911

t T5 c DHEFIW PKOPJM u' i. t: 1.1,11 l mm Vi'lVi!?.! V ''f h jjk l.uil wt'iitluT yit." lin sti ill Wht'll Man'h wits wurni ant pk'UHiuit. "1'iiii't po on n bo nilnlfr l!y tli'' ni ti chiya at iiroHPnt." Anil R8 Hi.' ilayn krpt fair nncl nlip Anil winter Rri-w more illMnnt Ho kept prnllrtinj? nnow and ice For lie is quite conHSstent. tVlien April days ramo laughing In He salil: "I'll hot my Ktzzaril This month will lirltiK, us sure as sin, A ri'ooril-breakln' blizzard." When the last Heck of Ice hud gone Aloni? the river channels 3e snkl: "You'd better keep 'em on"- Refcrrlnjr thus to flannels. and now when lireaths of rare perfume f'ome drifting on the breezes, 3e wears a look of settled gloom And not a prospect pleases. Mo says this weather 's a deceit, The weather man a Hero IVho'll nuddenly turn on the sleet. And force tlilnRS down to zero. The falllnic snow will deeply drift Alontr hbnut Iecember ami then his eyebrows ho will lift And chortle: '"i'ou remember! I've been a-tellln...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 30 June 1911

A B Of the People OPERATED For the People AND RECOGNIZED By the People i! G. R. Mi'tcnberger and fam ily and Miss Lcnora Hoflfmcis trr returned from St. Louis Tuesday afternoon. W. A. Toe and family from Oran, spent Sunday visiting re latives in Jackson. C. E. Schuehert will take Load of Jackson people to Dr. a car St. Louis next Sunday returning Monday morning. as being as good 7n 5 j as the best. OF JACKSON i-'asl elk 'William Pa it it Lr.ox Cltitakd - U'.T A sst -Cashier Jackson Notes! Mrs, Leo Sachse is reported ill. Mrs. Emma St. Louis is the Kiehne. Buehrmann of cuest of Mrs. J. G. Heinberg Louis Tuesday. went to St. Misses Hazel Miller and Ollie McGhee of Millerviile was in the city Monday. Prof. L. A. Goodwin and fami ly went to the Cape Wednesday to visit friends. The entertainment given by the Sun Shin,e Sunday School class last Monday night was a good one and was well attended. Each pupil acquitted thcmself with honors. Dr. Paul Vinyard and Miss Edna Waldo Linen were marr...

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