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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 7 July 1911

' ' ..- ... ..- ..,j t. ST ..-.-. .-r.av i ' tm w o, . ' ' Ji!! ?:2?Lrs PAPER Olid p'MW an tha ??(' f.'.f l N .. w Ite ? 94 tha, tit ibv ili II pry'i f fi tine' v;r,z?mi r jixa a yeas, n a; Vol. XIII Capo Girardeau, Missouri, Friday, July 7. 1911. Board ot IlcaUh Regular Session Thursday. June 20, 1911. The Hoard of Health met in regular session, at the office of the Secretary, the president, Hon. F. A. Kage. presiding, and the following members present: Drs. Walker and Wichterich. Willis Martin, health officer, reported the Riving cf numerous notices for wood cutting and the abatement of other nuis ances, all but three of which had been complied with. The secretary read the follow ing letter from the State Bacter iologist: Missouri State Hoard of Health. Jefferson City. June G, 1911 Mr. Chris. F. Betten, Sec. ' Cape Girardeau, Mo. Dear Sir: " A careful analysis of the water forwarded by you to this office has been made for typhoid and colon bacilli. I do not find any typhoid ba cil...

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. — 7 July 1911

;.:!.! f uM' i : a u 1 7 .... T T s " 1 Co. i i ', i. ' " ' II ii J ' ..V .... RY O. HENRY , STRA1JGE THINGS FOUND IN VARIOUS PORTIONS OF THE EARTH & 'CC , i'.'.LL fi3T V.On's S ca--te'y A r pi i '.:?', Vri. Momewerkar Thifks, In -. Ours! field cf Hoi.stwork. t t . ;;.. i ta the r" r r; titlfie rrti- 4 .:. t: l tc ftr.'W Hit,') nv.ii h t ' ; ! ! .1 1 's.infrk. "I:) f.u-'.'.ri-'K, or anybcT la n ort of wr-rk that . -or:ltiisUy t: It Tv'-'t bT'-fT trenf evn'T-t.'', but I Cn'l h e bow yon could apply it "in the f.t place every tsonwife wci'.M resent it because It would en 1-a I an fT,.rt to g.-t tnr.re work out u li"r. nr-i she kno-s very dl that a Is do ! all she run now Ac J then H .;UJ lir.ply that ehe didn't liTirw how to jo things the betl way nd she would resent tbat; for while thrre may ba many iifTerr-nt wiya of ".: r, the time thing tvery housewife ' "rs la tho tc-st, tnJ it wo.i'.J b liaprssiib.'e to persuade her other vfp; ard in fact the probability Is that htr wsy, wha...

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. — 7 July 1911

CEMENT INDUSTRY -CROWlNCI id ('3 n n a AND f?0O RtHr! from JO mcr Gnlcntl HAMMER IS EASILY CARRIED eolda Up Like a Jack Knife and May B Put In One' Pocket Head Glides Into Handl. Arlr.toi ratio carpenters w ill wpj ome did folding tai.k hummer In dented by a Pennsylvania man. A Jian owning ono of thfsn deceptive "eels need never ho recognized an a i u v Folding Hammer. en -Kingman, but. may transform It 11(0 a straight stick at an Instant's notice arid pass for a bank president. The top of the handle Is bifurcated for i Bufiiclcnt distance to receive tho puller portion of the heart. The head s pivoted at the top and Is bold firm in a sliding melal band which fits over he handle and Is pushed up to the 'op when the tool is in use. When not in use tliis band is ulld down till :he. puller end of tho head lies within "he liif ireaied portion of tho handle nd then replaced to keep the head n position, the whole presenting the ippearaneo of a short, heavy stick. s will readily be understo...

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. — 7 July 1911

t L. : A sr.;.. - .f-r . n. u,-A ;,'..!!, A-- ). (';;. Vicr f ; in-iv ( ::tli, a iiC I.-)" s e W lift .5 I! t'i'ii Py For Pj:cf. up v. ith Taking a p?.pcr out cf the post otr.ce nukes the recipient liable iW VITAL l.i'Ct).'") h t on Ti ; n: r: ir.s and corporations ).-it. and t-3vi ?. 3 It p(T 'rtilD'.. JfJ sjrtiY c:r::iT coies fen fist with l'Ik ar;.J t' v. n with cr c'.nvn wi;h I'cJk r-nd io. Under such eir- crwn.-itancrs the Cum Shoes of for the till.- 0. I). Austin, ,a r.ill Stone are never idle. Cutler (Mo.) publisher, .sent his o uancr to Charles Uurge. The Only one law affecting saloons latter paid for it twice and then was enacted by the la?t legisla- refused to pay again. He said tare. It provides that the un- he ordered if, stopped. Hut the expired portion of a fix months court of appeals hold. that more license may be rcj aid on the acceptance of the paper created ''oath of. the dramf-hop beeper, a liability. It add?.: A t-aloon license is not transfer- "The preparation a...

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. — 7 July 1911

i , ' oisaaeas ompany 3w Capital, $500,000.00 AH Paid Vc Pay 4 Per Cent cn Time 4 Per Cent on Savings Modest Interest on all Dsposits Come and see us -Be convincedWe will then have your S? .patronage. ra sumnrs xmr c ? SJUUUUL lUUUUm The Commercial Club met last Saturday night. j Mrs. C. E. Smith and Mrs. R. Jackson of Bloomfield arrived in th city last Sunday to visit rela and friends. Miss Leona Cunningham is in Bloomfield visiting frie.ids this week. R. E. Bailey of Sikeston was in ihe city last Saturday. Married June 28. 1011. Miss Alva Slinkard, of Burfordsville. and Charles McRain.of this city. The young couple will make this city their home. Alvin Loos of Illinois-, and Miss Ester Ruehling of Pocahon tas, were married June 21), 1911. The groom lives at Murphysboro, 111., and is in the mining busi ness. The ceremony was per formed at Jackson by Rev. Her man of the Evangelical church. Officer Talley, who walks the Broadway beat, summoned W. V. Mattingly of Charleston, to appear...

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. — 7 July 1911

I 5 People 4 ... For People lii a run oprnnrvjivpn III 1y r V 'VJ i 1 i the People as r. ; 1 Is as good as OF JACtvSON WlU.lAM PaKK Leon Ciiitaud - Jackson Holes! Dluchcr Spurjing had busi ness in Appk-ton last Friday. President Busch, of the souri Pacific was here last t-rday in hia private car. Mis-Sat- Miss Jane Brown has returned from a visit to St. Louis. Mr. Brooks of Oriole, , was in town last Friday taking treat ment for cancer. Miss Itilla Norman, who has been visiting in Paragould, Ark. returned to Jackson last week. Miss Mary Buerkle returned last week from a visit to her brother at the Cape. Mrs. Kate Schmuke and Miss Marie Schaefer are visiting Mrs. At Schmuke in St. Louis. O. B. Kinder attended the funeral of his uncle, Elgin Kin der, who died at Millerville, last Thursday week. The lttle white pony and trap, Leloncinur to Helen McCombs ix..c .i,i,miui lact .ODir Pran. gelist Price at Siloam Springs, Ark. . who purchased the same. I r,'vrv mrnff UA nA o-iVl KJo rimtxr ...

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. — 14 July 1911

jalr IS 11 r- Mi MM." ? . a .... i t It d. . iKi rrcnc s paper M I'M I p'sw l(t the pcpi pi't l l!. wm vl She pf-p 18 N tlmt, but ww !h omo ttt !'i! sa3;:.i:?Ti: r-::,i, jixa a yias, nfrr Vol. XIII Capo Girardeau, Missouri, Friday, July 14. 1911, No. 3(5 4 wt That is tho first tiring to bo considered wlien you are about to deposit money in a bank This bank with its ample resources and capital, its history and management, offers the best inducements for com mercial and savings accounts CAPITAL, $100,000.00 SURPLUS, $25,000.00 J. Albert, Chas. Blattner, Will Hirsch, II. Himmelberger, W. II. Miller, , B. Oliver, R. L. Taylor. Directors- -L. J. II, Council Proceedings. Monday, July 3, 1911. The council met in regular ses sion, at the council chamber Hon. F. A. Kage, Mayor, pre, siding and Councilmen Coerver, Haa3, Medley, Morrison, Moe der, Wilson and Flentge, present. Absent were, Hempstead. Mr. Morrison's motion pre vailing, the reading of the min utes of the meeting held on June 19th...

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. — 14 July 1911

- Ail ti -c r.re t;--t bad docs. tvth la b'j winner In automobile Kow eV-ctor has produced a bearl Uu.'.i'ant from, K-ads. Wl.'.Ui swatting the f.y, 1ft -a r T.iftjcr ttict the horse needs a drink. ',,r m ,1 f AH Trim tfllO lnvento-1 sU nool underwear to keep mum. Good hot weather advice Is to drink Twenty of water, but not out of ft pub tic e.-iiikisig: cjp. With hny ft $27 ft ton !n Chicago, the Western farmer buys un automo bile sr,d rays cash for It. An explosive golf ball la something new to us. although wa have often beard of explosive golfers. Chicago women advocate shirtwaists for policemen In summer, but who Is going to button them up the back? Evonslcn has a rooster that sings bass. Instead of being nursed Into celebrity he is classed as a nuisance. A riiicKt-o professor advocates ft acbool for scientific spooning, but it strikes us that epooners are horn, not made. The house fly rosy he of some use In the world, but thus far ho has been un able to prove an alibi. Therefor...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 14 July 1911

.r , , , . , , , rn a s T , m 111 ill ' For the Hostess U I II si m A Garden Party. Ttie Invitations were made In shape of vofctableR, pattern being taken from seed catalogues, drawing paper 'was used. tbn they were tinted with -water coin. When all arrived, cards numbered from one to twenty-five were panned with email pencils; the following question! were written on the cards, one opposite each number, all to bo answered by the names of well known flowers: 1. A aouthnrn rhy. I. What th Scotch Klrl nrvl (1 when Bukxd to wnlk th tllt T"i. 3. Vi'tiy tho yoiinn ln1y cried wli-n lifr fntln-r removed tho lmlrtr from bo Tenth her window. 4. What thn woman mnld to thf trnmp. E. Tim sunset. A :nliir. 7. Ailmlretl by all Invern. I. Two i'lrln 8. T.nnKln. in. A rtr for coin 11. Wlmt ulrmln gentlemen n1. 1 W hat llr Tnft ustl to cnll her iwwllwurt 15. The mime's rtcllaht. 14. A llvly color. n. A bum-h of aomcthlnn chlMrvn !IK. 11. What lh tenohur 1I1 whan ha ant on 1hi tack In Ma chair. 17. A ...

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. — 14 July 1911

.i A.S..S fi.S S..&.1 i. SJLS. US 4. 1 1 -, i. J Cr-iL-.l, S500.000.C0 All Pr.-d 1 Vzy 4 Fcr Cent on Tine 4 Prr Cent on Cerce asvl see usBe convinced We will tben have your patronage V. i.iUJLAA AijLSjjLAAA-AAA AAJLAAf.A Cr73 CciIHiV Ilcmld (Fcnnerlj- th Jackson Herald) rubliehpd every Friday by the pric?-. per year Sbst-rlptioa in 'Jvncf. Entfred an upconil clays n:a!M?r at l)ie post office at V&i Giri'dau, lo uner the net of Marcb 3. 1S79. r Ccuacd ProcccdiBis July 5. 11 . Continued from page one let iin Louis Stein. Treasurer: Reports balance on hand, all func'3, last report, $20911.05. Re ceipts all sources, June 2 to Julv 1st, $2004.91$. Total, $23-il5.97i. Disbursed, all funds, as per war rants attached. $2014.84. Bal ance on hand July 1st, ail funds, $2080i;i3. Chris. F. Betten. City Clerk and Ex-officio Auditor, reports balance in treasury, last report. $20311.05. Paid to ireabiirer: W. A. Summers. Mar .$ 100.50 Edw. Wilier. Col : 11. G. Dcmpsey. P-W.... R. Ruehmann,...

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. — 14 July 1911

Crpc Coanty Hcrdd PART TWO FRIDAY, JULY 14, 1911. OKIMXAM'K NO. !). An ordinance precrlhliit; the manner (if grading, mat udnmly.ing, gravel ing, guttering, curbing, paving mill Improving street., avenue,, alleya or other highways, or ie on.-nriiei- I iii); or repairing tho same, and pro viding for the Issuing of t it x It 111 n to pay for such work, and providing fo.- the pnyiinnl, of such 1nx bill, it;d defining the duties of certain oIlii'.-i H of tin- ity relating thereto. It ordained ty the council of 'hi' city (if Cape f ; 1 1 a f.li u ii, Missouri, us follows: Section 1. Sln-cis to lie Improved, When: Plans, Si'" f i f ir at ion n und 1 tillKlt.-.-'. Wlll-IK'S '! till council shall cm'i'ih it nr( i'!-.-ary to grade or pave any alley, or t grade, pave or !- i : 1 1 i" Hi" mad piirt if iMiv street, v. hen the improvement in to t " paid for Villi special tax hi1!-, til" council ihall cause th" ti; y e 1 1 g i n "" r , or i"n r priii" i i.f."i r, l piipiir. plan.-. :i n I specill...

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. — 14 July 1911

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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. — 14 July 1911

OKMNAJif E KO. M!2. An ordinance providing for the clee tlon of officers for the city of Cape (Mrardeau. Be It ordained by the council of the city of fajie (ilrardenii, Missouri, us follows: Setclon 1. Election to be Held When, for What Officers. At a gen eral election for city officers to tie held on the firnt Tuesday In April In 11)13, and every (wo years thereafter, the. qualified votei'H of the cltv Khali elect tlm following oiricciH, who shall hold off Icon for two yearn, and until thdr siir -eupors are duly elected and qualified, to-wit; A mayor, marshal, attorney, police JiKl(;e, a,tseM.or. col lector and treasurer. Section 2.- (J'lHlil'leaiitOiH of Voters. Every male eith'.en el the I'Tiit'-il HtalfH and every male person of for eign birth who may have declared his Intention to become n citizen of the I'niied Statin according to law, not lean than one year imr more than five yearn before lie offers to vole, who is over the age of twenty-one yearn, pos .ing tic following qual...

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. — 14 July 1911

i.v i: m 3,-; i 1 1 i 1 1 f or lIlK, ill! i id I i. cr; or rev,- 'H i: : K . en i! ! 'Mi ' s il (!; aito'd ! V.Im 1! I I') l!'!;iii!! a ti 1 .111 1 o-l- , I'I'I 1 of Con (leeo -.'.-.! il nil", ons le t'lA I,; Iron, r ;s t-i . vl' i lei H T ' l 1,1 ! : for I by t' iili ii ill' till-' "II i, SIS . . it v clerk" ; u ' ill of. !- j i LITIS tl.o ' ('.,' t i i-iiril t-u i i-l. rk f ..! !i- . i : Tin ho r t: a- i ,r i u 1 l.o d i: .-in nl-, I. ' city in tin n op. . t HUil t H lit li' 1 1 -COIltieil il i ill.-.; , M.iuiii'.- I ' appo bv t' M-1-f..r inoiil;, , t!t. iiir' ii n ii y i III o' CO ii SitIM t l : I ., iV t i 1 1 ' i -t ( o: ,i ii ,,"ti, ', i t.o:i It H I til- di.ty of y or ciri'O v.iiavdi.ui (! ; i i f i .f! , fiiin, () ii, or trust. t. or i. limn . cov u i , u;, uniiiK stiiy i al tin' vi ii y uiii n e.iiu i oiiiiu: ('' in r.)K rt.y in tin' trai t of iai.il. i i . or of .", tiy lot or hin i l con.-1 1 111 t or it1 1 1 r ii ijiniil , t -r 1 !-oli l l li.'t hi, V j. i.i.'U ; i...::....

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 14 July 1911

o,'. o - vo v a . o,'. o . - o, 5 . -N o 'o '-"1 r ,0'.. -, o Q O O o o O o o o .--7;,.. J t".r: ...... r: (k 71 4 1 li v-- I ' t ; j" '.'MM ...... - Nk , v. -4 fc J J O , o; v SegQuiniQinicij JJuOv 'H aimdl Eoideimo July gfch We will have our Semi-Annual Clearing Sale. Everything in our stock will be reduced in price, so you have no trouble in seeing the difference in prices. Without a doubt it will be to your interest to attend this sale and buy such goods as you need. Read the live prices below, they certainly will appeal to you. HOSIERY We have the best line in this country. All the new tfuuze Hosiery, silk lisle, mercerized, in black, white and colors. L'Odo-. Men's Half How, worth 15c, for 7c 30 doz. Children's Hose, worth 15e, for 7c 20 doz. Ladies' Hose, worth 15c, for 7c 100 doz. Men's, Misses', Children's and Ladies' Hose, good value at 20c, go at 10c 00 doz. M-n's Half Hose, all the, leading shades, good 25c values, G pairs for $1.00 00 doz. Ladies' liurson Hose, absolute...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 14 July 1911

, . it P-, ij'h'Mj " :flii!;h;;i 1 ' .'liV 1 VX III! !'V m ' U 1 ; r - -----iv(r v V . v-,,-.rf .y --zr?y.: J; JjK I r. j ' . i i ii J . "It's No Uoe Talking : i c a , i w j s 1 t"9 hip) 3 I i h I 1 KLEIN, AND ARTHUR IiORNBLOW . ILLUSTRATIONS DY RAY WALTER iPPtKICJtT, BY DU.UNGMAH COfWANV SYNOPSIS. Itownrd .Toffries, bankor'n on, tinlpr h evil (nflupnce of Robert Uniterwood, t ftlinsv-Bturint nt Val, leuds a life f dlH jp'p.itlon, marrlPB Iho daufibter of a carn lnr uho died in prison, anil la drowned lv liis father. Ho Ifi out of work anil In i( ppc rate straits. Underwood, wtio liad jnt-e been engaged to Howard's stci Kriother, Alicia, is upparenly An proHper tjs cirr'.imstanr.-'fl. Taking advantno of lilfl Intimacy with Alicia, he tiponiin a Rort of Borla.1 tifKhwsiymnn. Discovering iiis true rliarflctr, Alicia dn!cs liim th hoiiBc. ' He scrifi ttor a not threatening miicido. Art dealers for. whom lie acted Ms cuomlssioner, demand an accounting. He ennnnt make good. Howard calls ...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 14 July 1911

1 I 3 i i Yv ' - (1 ticM Aluo-nii Alton, nnlciiily mlon-i I'v lifmi tu -iKiuti'M. bill liy lii-sh per bored. " tn!in-ii 1 1 y coiitlniiod rnukhiK (lulus, I ilK.lMlnf'itly nnliiiK dit hy n-nil s KnottiHc catr cnrh, riisnaroit, rMimyed "l-'on.l. fiiollHli, flippant, frantic fellows, fade! .".iris tt'tutfts-KJinly so-gawn, graceful P'r- . 'In. lia! Honrts ImvA high lup"S liaisli- bandlt-d here." Iko Irvlnx. iiulerirlre. Insincere .I'ist .IiivphHIhIi, JosttM: "Jealous Jcr! Kfp ktttrns" Keen km i-ris 7" (Kettlo-drunimrr, kisshis klnd. Loud IniKhtiT, leaving lovelorn lasso lllleil Most nin.Jtly, "Moro molliiHt-s masticate!" ,Not nrfsrirtly nfd now narrate Our own opinions, c'M or olht-rw's' J'ert paragraphs perhaps philon'iMze: yun r. UlhlmiK. iu.ilitii.tlvr. ciultiblirig. quaint. Tlusli. ri:i) rfmnrkod: "receive rintt? Kan- rvnl raint :" Blin sniff. il. Bour. Bur;iful, si-emlng pwaln. Tart-tmintrd: "Trli-kstrr! Travel! Trot to tram:" Upset, unluippy, undertone: "t'nclialn. Vindictively v...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 14 July 1911

A Of the People OPERATED For the People AND RECOGNIZED By the People as being as good as the best. v n r t . n i A - OF JACKSON William Pakr Lr.ox Clutard Jcckcon Notes! The Tuesday club met this week with Mrs. Louis Iloff meister. John Putz and Arthur Newell went to the Cape Tuesday to distribute advertising matter for the Home Comers' associa tion. Dan, the little son of Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Kies, , who lives five miles east of this city, died Monday. Louis Penzel is building a church near Whitewater. Jackson defeated Burfora's ville in a game of ball last Sun day; score 2G-7. Miss Fannie Burford of St. Louis is in the City. Sergt. Otto Carlson is here in structing the local military or ganization. Jacob Luebei of the Cape had .business in Jackson last Tues . day. Mis3 Lydia Hays came from the Cape Tuesday to spend a few ..days. visiting friends. iFred II. Schrader attended the funeral of Mrs. Rau last Tuesday. Quite a number of young la dies from neighboring towns are visiting at...

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. — 21 July 1911

ul (iSI 1 piw H N p-f: t ( tin in f the pf.-.. i 'i BiD fl:, feut m.'w trt pwp i ill ts timM zuzzzzwivi n::i, st.C3 a yeah, i;i A,:vi::i Vol. XIII Capo Girardeau, Missouri, Friday, July 21. 1911. No. 37 - M rl M !! ji (1 f 1 Loans made on farm land "an Loim lime ana ov raie 01 interest: fiN n i IKE PECNX'S FAPtS For further particulars see 19-22 Houck Lid. Cape Girsrdeu, Mo. f 3 A' COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS we are very Monday, July 17th. 1011. The Council met in regular session, at the Council Chamber, lion. F. A. Kage, Mayor, pre siding with Councilman Coerver, Flontge, Medley, Moedcr. and Morrison present; absent Haas! and Wilson, Hempstead deceas ed. On motion of Mr. Morrison, the reading of the record o f proceedings of the regular ses sion, July 5th, and adjourned regular session, July 7th was dispensed with and tho record approved as published. A petition of property owners on West End Boulevard, from William to Independence streets, graying that a permanent grade be established the...

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. — 21 July 1911

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