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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 17 July 1914

THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNT YHERALD f 930,000,000 BUSHELS OF WHEAT IS THIS YEAR'S CROP, SAY EXPERTS Corn Acreage is Slightly Less Than 1913 But Outlook for Yield Sur passes Last Season Government Makes Report. Washington, July 10. Thirty mil lion bushels of wheat were added to tho prospects of tin- crop during Juno ly the excellent weather condi tion!", milking the forecast of the erop as announced by the Depart ment of Agriculture, !:30,0H),00t bush els, a new record. The acreage planted to corn this ent niik only slightly less than t lint of last year, while the condition of that crop was 1 per cent, better than the ten-year July 1 average condi tion, making the prospect good for a crop estimated by the Department of Agriculture at 2, SOS.OOO.OOO bushels. That would be better than the avcr for the last five years. A 200,000,000 pound decrease in the tobacco crop is indicated a total crop of 733,000,000 pounds being estimated. WINTER WHEAT. Area planted,, 3"i,3s7,()00 ac...

Publication Title: Cape Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 17 July 1914

THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD (Citu tcnt in iJrict' humuol T;ilir of Itichmom!, Mo, -. vi-ititu: friend in I lie Cnpc. (iiT.rm- Miltinylv of (hinle.-ton :i '.m"' vl.-ilnr lri.l.iv. 1;. l:. I'-til of lYrrwille u;i iti tin ';; 1 i on n luiin f trip. Knit 1 1 - 1 1 of .l.-ick'oii made ii hurried lw-m. - trip to t 1m- Cape l'ril;i .it't. l !:. I;. H. Id ' ri r of Kenton i spend iilli ii few ilitv- in tlic Cape looking after some lns-itie- miittter.. rotm:i-nr I . V. l-'lentge departed for St I.oiii on a lniinr!.4 trip Thui. cliiy night, lie will probably return today. Mr. mill Mr. J. 1). Franklin of Eminence Mo., are visiting in tho Capo. Sheriff William Summon" came over from Jackson on o'licial business Friday. Albert l.i.ldy. manauer of the Oak Itidgc hriineh of I lie (ioodwin A Jean Poultry Co., was in (lie Cape on u bunine-H trip Friday. II. .1. Slat of South Kond, Ind., was in the Cape Friday attending to some lni-itie-.fi matters. Leo Wingcrtcr anil Igntttiii. Hl...

Publication Title: Cape Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 17 July 1914

CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD i : ; il Minn Mary McDermon of .St. Louis was in tin Cape Tuesday-representing thr Woman's Suffrage Move ment of Missouri. She was looking over the town in regard to the Suf frage question, (letting un idea just what support this organizat ion is receiving in Cape Girardeau and vicinity, and how the varioux clubs are taking this all important question, j Minn McDermon visited several of the prominent club women of the city, who arc interested in Suffrage, and while it is not rhought that this organization will form a member ship at present, it was her idea to eee in what light the newspapers of this city regarded the movement, in hopes that should they deride to form here, they will have the hearty support of the papers, for as Miss McDermon stated, "without the as sistance of the papers, of a town they would not ronsider that place for a minute." From here Miss McDermon will travel through the different cities of Southeast Missouri, in the...

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. — 17 July 1914

IS EXHliilD AT SIKESTON Postmortem Shows Wool Forced in Stomach Killed Mrs. James Brown Hl'SlIANI) MARRIED WKKK AFTER BURIAL Nurse Who Cared for Daughter of N. A. Morris Weds Widower Sikr-'oti. Mii July IV Tin' body iif Mt. Myrtle M,rri Brown, w 1 1 i -1 1 Was iaIiiih c 'l lave 1:it liiulit, was n i in ! I'V ph -H'ialis lute today, a ti 1 afti r : 1 1 1 i v-iinitiatioii of tin' organ, il wa aliiioinicod tli.it tlic death three W ck was cail-e, I'V peritonitis, induced by :i wad 'f cotton forced ilitu lii r -toinach. Tin post mi iff in. w 1 1 1 -1 1 was made i a run, ii. il tic, composed lal'ticly of ,ocl, r. wa I lie uiitrilii' nf serious charges in.ulc lure I iy m tuber- nf tlic ilrail woman's family. Ml-. Urowll was the daughter of Norman It. Morris, i.ne nf the lust known int'ii in Scott Ciiiinty, and hi leail ilaiiuhtir was considered one nf the prettiest girls in I hi- city. Shi- was inarrieil iittout a year ago fn .titnits Miiiuii nf Hhtlicsvillc, Ark. She was Mm ken with stom...

Publication Title: Cape Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 24 July 1914

raw TO il AND THE CAPK COUNTY II Kit AM) Volume XVI CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, JULY 24, 1914 Number 30 Mexico's Latest President and Troops Taking Him to Capitol fit !i- - '-jWm w fM These are the Mexican federal troopa that. Immediately after the resigna tion of General Hnerta, escorted to the national palar his successor, Fran cisco CarbaJaL Inset Is a portrait of PAINTER ALMOST KILLED BY FALL Fred Schaefer -Drops Two Stories While at Work on Lincoln School Fred Sehaefer, a painter, living at 10fi South Sprigg street, fell from the second floor of the Lincoln School yesterday morning and was serious ly injured. Schaefer, who was employed by the Vogelsang Construction Company, was standing on what is known as a painter's jack. This contraption was stationed just above the second I floor Qjtb- fcwrhlmg.- , .'fle had been standing on for several hours as he painted a portion of the building, but suddenly there waH r jerk at the rojw holding one end of the improvised platform and Jack,...

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. — 24 July 1914

THE CAPK WEEKLY TRIBUNE AM) CAPE COUNTY HERALD RED HOT METAL SENATOR REED 4 BLUE BLOOD HOW HEALTH OFFICERS ARE DRIVING PLAGUE FROM NEW ORLEANS COOKSMAN'SLEG JIOGS IN COURT Holt Strikes James ('hp Wilier to Decide and Heat Makes it Sink Alissouri .-Senator. Sa,v Won't Support Man Wil son Wants Chosen .Ownership of These ttdmtTTSrToW in flesh : A J. WM,WIWMW'M',M'aMlMlw"'IWMM'll1ffrfffff IW.lrfrffffTfrffff) i OPERATION REMOVES TT mwrnum HI A i W mi 4J . C'.i James 11. ('apprise :i young mini Ironi t'anal..ii, ;i brought to the injury Ol a most uniisiial tluirartor. . 'HP vrtn.Kf fitrtic rtf tin- IAg by ii' trying shig:,of.,r,tilifi., .rtlm,t Thil) huriml itst-lf itiln tin- heavy muscle nf hi thigh, In Midi :i depth that tln phy sician found it necessary to operate. ('apiinJitv iis vivinn th black smith' 5h"V in'('atialrtil! "niA'oluntari M i U) tiling 'ti.tassi-t ti friend whci was attempting to m:iki a weld of i at In r unwieldy pieces of Ill attempting to strike, .tordinu, : ' diree...

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. — 24 July 1914

(i i hhji ytk io) m'i ii i.'njir y.Ih;. :;,.( miu the ckffi ytpi HWWb ana cape cfrtiflt; vnERALn ; 'fti H' ( A A ' ; ' i 7 iff AD MHT 'If t M 1 fall W 3Uge rr Ml." i?, Rbj$ Al tl Canphepty-tfle was' i Cane -fimtoiufiaavii ? 'ft .V;35;- )yor VoyirtrBjufV'i-i in the ( niif on a business trip. ape on a lu.si.icss tri A. fls-lrtVif Sr. I'.riti-4 n 'busi noss WirHn'(M1,,'i ' ' " H. l'Jyii.'VMvn'lKiii.M' is in the- ('wV:?)'. ;rii. Mm. S. Mathas of Sikccstoi. visited r in the Capu,, itmlirt.r Jamwi.i 'Skiejtb. of Kre'drriektuwn was al tape' visit o utiihv. ." '. -v .1 . t' - ' ' 'Daddy" Si hounciiorg of.Vanduser. was visiting in .tie, AVVe yesterday. rrrr John AKwtns of .thtau.cwiia t the - v s.- -.1.11. .r sl....l..'.. ape tn mr. :fMi.miuoiie nuonay -ir-i , to l.tH hMr;VthrJWI'"" -v.... ... . turning game was Millcrville Sunday to with MWWtothr),. the TTTj ', .nT.TniliU sli ft ijf stfd ay 1 i vr "'). '1st- V:irr; of ' Hentoh- wa a Cape J Jmsino. visitor ; je9crd6y. Mm.' Hoy Williams retur...

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. — 24 July 1914

THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AM) THK CAPE ("Ol'NTY HERALD. Every Friday by THE CAPE GIRARDEAU PUBLISHING COMPANY. SCHOOL I) OA HI) FAVOR AR( Hill ( T IN Rl MPI S Artion Tim Ip Work on Ihe High Srruol I eliding. New nit; post okfic i: A spcchil ni i liim of lli)' school board whs held Inst night nl tin' Hn iiiIwiiv school building fur (lie purpose pf settling hi. 11 c misiindcr standings lluit have arisen between It'll fc Co., thr architect on the new High School anil Vogelsang Brothers, (lie contrncti rs who have , undertaken llir cnnstnn tinn. Work has been s uspii:i!il on the ImililiiiK for several days, p mling the inljii8 n. ciil of llii- differences. Mr. Fistcr, iin cngimcr representing the architects, mill Mr. Wiilmcr, of the Trust Steel & Concrete Co., working in tin interest if the con tractors, appeareil before the Hoard and submitted their arguments. I According to the statement made 1 last night, before active work on the hmli...

Publication Title: Cape Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 24 July 1914

THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD Cause and Effort. j ! Llewellyn was a million man; lie always calmly tried, Before ho ventured, to inspect tlio ease from every side; He never leaped before he looked; ho never closed his eyes And blindly rushed to ruin in a fool ish enterpriKe; Yet all his days ho had to drudge; the chance was never there When ho had in his cautious way, found out that it was fair. Impulsiveness was Sniggloy's fault; with hopes that mounted high He rushed ahead at everything his fancy bade him try; He never sat around in doubt while other, braver men Went forth to take the chances which would not return again; Yet, ragged and borne down by debts, he mourned his hapless lot, Nor saw the folly that it was to act before ho thought. MOKAL. 'Tis .well to look before you leap; 'nought ventured nothing gained; The sky is high, the sea is deep; 'tis damp when it has rained. If you have a blue dining room and have some really good Japanese or Chinese porcelain,...

Publication Title: Cape Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 24 July 1914

ti.i;iui i i ' i ; i.' ,i. ui. i . 1,1447 nn .-Hif THE ' CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CaPIJ COUNT V HERALD n, i MISER ROBBED, SLAIN, BURNED IN PERRY CO. Charred Jiody of Edward Muench Is found in Pile of ashes twelve ; Miles From Perry ville-ffBanked 1 His Fortune in the Mattress of Bed TWO MEN LURKED AROUND THE STORE ; f DAY BEFORE, .CRIME-WAS COMMITTEb Youths Held by, prpsecuting A; , torney Hood Den, y They Slew Aged Recluse Report of Con--. fession is Denied Tragedy Stirs ! Whole Community: ; : iu. -iit lViryvilU; MtH'in !i, a mi K'.huiit riiti1 aiis' ((nifi 1 it .f tl.at it. Tl, i r, n.:iil' y.-tvr.lay. Mr. Mmiitli, vli" was al'oii'l. tvvultly. lii h"rc loiatol i lie win fiatroniM'ti liy fiU'iOro1. . Aft r t!w nninU'r, (TirtH a i4- 1'. I nwuli! 'fdy l,arr d lio, s and f i:t f 1 n-n t f if th' tri! JA.4'1' h'fjl, , . , . ; : . H whs, IaM WMi aliy' Saturday iiifiht, July 11. ill was in hit ttjce at tliat tiin nfid :ut-d two funncr who livi' m that iiiiindinl' vici nity, ami ho knrw t ...

Publication Title: Cape Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 24 July 1914

CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAI'E COUNTY lit KALI) It'.' I'.l EENEGRO JAM SENTTO PRISON FOR LIFE IN ILL TWO aitomobii.es collide. , Who Shot Bifck ,id ,oiw ng House Here, rapcangnfBf8trrg-swia!ti-'-Tr--'; TTnLTfTT?rriiWTfiTf t Vt hr vn dixwrt Maodir rrvv. W.X JjH 11 U iL U1UU 1VI Damaged. iiuiliilt' opcil iliy 1 rnnk I.awlcr ut llti Ihdpenilcnee street, Vns run : into and nightly damaged by mint her said to lip long to Dr. Fhlredge Ike Bond Gambling House iicie, r;?ghe F.idrcdgc mr was driven by Killed Girl in Chicago : W! cienpatra Frcciing.and the parties 'i wltrjijvsiiig tlio accident Mate that she waa,i' idchtly inexperienced in tl c H J,1UlJii)i of automobiles. The car SLEW AKT STUDENT IN ;feii.fed!ith quite ti,un,i, and the . mJl.nrr' rww twaY. -t 1 Sibcrt''tSli on tho I.awlcr machine Aiiuain Kuu.vuai...x iica.nk i.u- ,,.i wn. glass vv.s bAikon out f I ErandthlMricn aCBirtli day Party ' 1(()7 i en, Grand and (Jrcat f '1 Was Convicted in This City bjf Alexander-Made Threats ; When ...

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. — 24 July 1914

CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD During these hot days you want something that is cooling, appetizing and invigorating Will fill the bill. Its foam is like the snow and it's as dew. IDEAL is the best drink made. CAPE BREWER Y AND ICE CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO. COMP pure as the ANY NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE OF REAL ESTATE. Notice is hereby given that I, the undersigned Sheriff of Cape Girar deau County, Mo., pursuant to an order of court, made and entered of record, will sell at public vendue to the highest liidder for cash at the cant door of the court house in the city of Cape Girardeau, Mo., on Sat urday, August 2'., I'.14, the follow ing described reul estate, mentioned in the deed of trust to-wit : . DEED OF TRUST. S. W. M aileron and Maud Matteson and Ed Beard and Ethel K. Beard to D. A. Glenn. THIS DEED, made and entered into thin 21 day of June Nineteen Hundred and Thirteen, ly and be tween K. W. Matteson and Maud Matteson, his wife, Ed Heard and Ethel K. Heard, his wife, of t...

Publication Title: Cape Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 31 July 1914

tktt NOftMAL icftOftt i--rrrv ii AND TIIK CAFK COUNTY III-KALl) Volume XVI CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, JULY 31, 1914 Number 31 PAIR HELD FOR KILLING MISER ARE INDICTED Perry County Grand Jury Orders French and Jar vaux tried in August 1 CONFESSES BUT HIS CONFEDERATE IS SILENT I'ncle of Former Sailor Says He Watched Him Slay and Burn Recluse's Body. The Grand Jury of Perry County yesterday indicted Claude French and .liilm Jurviiux on Mm; charge of having inn rdcrcd I-'.dward Mucnick, or Mcnnc, in his little store twelve inile from Perry villc two weeks ago. Mucnick, who was a miser, was founil on an ash heap burned leyoml recognition. His store building had In en destroyed by fire and his body had been tilled with oil In-fore it was icnitt (I. W hen taken lnl n- the Grand Jury at l' rryville yesterday, .larvaux 10 piattd the story whiih lie related to Pr.,.-i cul ing .l briny llood last wick and whirh ; t '--:t t 1 in Tin1 Tl ll'I'I.e. lie toln rated Lniisill Mid aeeused I r in Ii. wI...

Publication Title: Cape Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 31 July 1914

BODY OF MISER FILLED WITH OIL j AND THEN FIRED attorne gets phcsectting dktaii.s of mi emck HOW WAS ED W A I'll SLAIN. AGED R ECU'S E EE AT EN TO DEATH BY ROBBER Staler Killed Him When lilcnti (ifd. I'ciryville Prisoner Tt lis Officii'.!. Hv r tni of compelling each otll,T, t lie ii i-i 'in I tu I :i Ik :il H ml Prosi i hi mt Attorm v lii'i i County is itnra -cling I lii- i. I l i Tl V 10 .! t;,ll- of MihihIi, tin' iin mar In I'rmn l'crrv- tlii1 iniir:i r nf 1 dward aged inixr whu was tore about twelve lull" villr M VirsI days ago. When llii'V were lir t l.ikt 11 intn custody, 'lainio I r . .lid vans were ki 'l in . ninl .ti ili ii ollr- side I.V 'ml villr 111 I In' County jail :ii IVrrv Pn, Minting Attorney IIimhI IIIZI' N'Vrla ciii' ninl tln'ii l In1 nt li r for lavs, lint with liltlf Mirri'sf. Tin li hi' l oiirrivi il I hi' iili'a of Mparatiim tin- nin. Innili was liikiii to tin- 1'i'iry villi' rity jail. Aftir hi' ilivnlyiiiK nan was to thi' nl liim that vanx of hail lulu -i:iti...

Publication Title: Cape Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 31 July 1914

trtrn if Mil I THE CAPE COUNTY HERALD AM) CAPE WEEKLY TRIBl'NE STORM SWEEPS CAPE, PUTTING OUT ALL LIGHTS nd Upsets Trees and Tears off Cornices from Houses. Lightning Plays Havoc. MOON CUTS DIDOS AND THEN GOES INTO HIDING Appears To Be On Fire, Then (irows Smaller and Goef Into Eclipse. A storm which swept Cain (iirnr dcau with great fury last night, tort- tltiwn trees, blew cornices from building-, iiml put the power house out of commission, leaving tlif city intotnl darkness for almost mi hour. ltut t In- ilroutli was broken by the ruin which followed the wind. Aftrr tin- heavy Ktiirtn receded rain fell in torrents, mid hefore pedestrians eould find nhelter they were drenched. For thirtv minutes li)ihtiii)r played luvvoe in everv part of this city, .1 The struns of feed wires which run up nnd down Spanish street nltraetnl the flashes of elect ricily from the sky uml all Rlonp the route a Muc hlti.e alternated lietween n lli ki r and a Hup Maze. In the n.iilst of the wind storm the...

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. — 31 July 1914

THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AMI THi: ( AIM CorSTY HI'I Al I). Ku'ry Friday hy Tin: ( An: cikakdkai' h hushing; company. Al'l'l U 1 I' I "I, I N i i: 1 .-linVlnH-s M 111 li I TIM l'iS T oil ICI V I i Ml i.ll; '!l i I . M" . ITi"i, om: dollar per w:ii in advance M1!S. MAT.TIN SliOl 1 I VlA I. II! K ( MAIM. I S. to DKMonmic yoti:rs. A- VIHI kin I M. ( ki-ei t In' I Vim cm! ic I I' i I n li It r 'hsi culing Alt. m.i I I i In e tlml tin' RUSSIA AND AUSTRIA V ll!' i ft l,;i 1 1 I ; i li 1 1, 1, I ,1 M;il'llll. ill li -Im'i ! ( III li Si i:iI:i . 1 t : 1 1 i r- i cry lm' ai.i! 1.1 In IriHv uiiiVsir.-l li I si i i C 'ape ( lit iil ili :iu'.' f tit i -lii' 1. 1 r.-iti dctn-i t. I I ;. u !,;il mil l.i'i it li.'is .-1 i- tn s:i dcvoii' i I li i'i nN simply l.ccnu-c 1 1 y ilisi ll-sil L the pi: I, In opi n ll.r pic ;. v l,n dilTers will. I it as- iuiiuo: ;il, I- Mis. M ;i rl in hihoiicg under the ll'iit il.c l.i:-ii-i.- ii i n nl l!il- cit mi' ci rci-e...

Publication Title: Cape Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 31 July 1914

THE CAPE COUNTY HERALD AND CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE UNIQUE BARGE ON FIRST TRIP STOPS AT CAPE Sc'f-Propelling Craft From New Orleans Is On Way (o St. Louis. CARRIES 65 CAR LOADS OF LUMBER, GRAIN TOO. New Line to Link Dixie With the States of the North Draws 4 Feet of Water MME. CAILLAUX FREED BY JURY AFTER AN HOUR Former Premier's Wife Who Killed Editor Faints When Told She is Free. BITTERLY DENOUNCED BY OPPOSING COUNCIL Famous Case Ends as Wom an Slayer and Husband Depart in Automobile. TO THE KKIH IH.K AN VOTKKS OF ( AI'K (ilHMUJKAl COl'NTY ate fur tit i n i In- IN tillable In I tale tin I'l illg II I'M 1 1 1 11 tioii tor Kecordi i I irk t . unit In inu vi it i f personally . tu ploont Inv r.' I hi- lli.'llllltT. Let inr say in lli I have II" light 'ii li opponent other than of nml in noil.- oil I piii.ii iit liavitu: In I'l I In ltccorilcr fur ight year linvr never Inn rrvr llii' puhlii illy. 1 fnl In I "M tin iioiiuna- u 1 i l : 1 1 1 mm- ciicli III .1-1 t V ln I In' Mil 1 1- in Intit...

Publication Title: Cape Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 31 July 1914

THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD tCitu in lU-icf I; i i r II", i . ( oii'-i read - I lit :- St: rk i i I Ui. , . whs II' tin fit j on a I r :H'- tli vr-t, i-'t:i . Altoimy i. I'. Mm'- o .I:ii ksin wa- in ilr citv ( f legal busine--v . - Irrdi.v . Fdurhcr Spilling of Jacks,, n Wa- ;l lui-iri - i-itor in the Cap. vi-l,r- ,1 ,, ( in- !- i! of ,l:n k-etl ll,:,.!, ,m-.iii. t hp to llr ( yi-ti I'day . ' . , , 1 M !:,:- of Mkrston iran-art, d , . . , ii-ii .-- ii: ll.r I up"' Saturday. I Mr. .-iii'l Mis- I-- Wan boos of . te-t. Mi-?. i'i' vi-itinc in tliis Iillni- V. Sawitze, all engineer from fl.ii-.iM. i- vi-ilmii A. R. Zoli-sinaii lor a few davs. Tho-e gentlemen air:'"' Hi Hie my in in.- microsi oi i in old 'time friends, having made a Latter Day Saints Church. tri) to F.timpo together two years I L I). Roberts ami familv of Sikcs sg... 1 ton won- in tin- Cape Sunday to Mis- Marir Ka-iim who ha- been j at I , ml tin- ball mime. visit inu Mr. ami Mrs. W. 11. Von. for tin- p...

Publication Title: Cape Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 31 July 1914

THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNT Y HERALD Society and Mrs. Vnlin Fricst, Mr. Hart, Lucille Arnold of Benton, Misses F.sther and Mary Foley, Christine Wheeler, May Belle Priest, Miwn Joe Matthews. Addic Uusscll and White Basque Dresses for Autumn. Vranron Hohnsack. i -o I The l". D. C. will give 1 1. ir i xcur- hops arc already show ing mini- j ,i strainer Cam- Oirardcau of charming nil-white basque Tuosdav evening August 4th. Aiivono autumn wear in town. , wjh;1)t , M.,.lin. tickets may do so hine, tango crepe and f,.,,,,, ., .r(I (,f the organiation. seem to lie favorcil I i ,i . , ti(, t.Vcnint of the ' out inn. -o Mi-s Hobccca ll.iu. k hft lu The bers dresses for Crepe de I .'upline silk fabrics for these t mots, so well ami between whieh i' A wlit. eool, daity white ens- mitcd to the betwixt season i'f autumn, usually ntu'omfottahly w arm. ias;i'.e tlftss in niitnl was Hot oil in I tie ens' mi e downtown s-hi- he irt'ti rial v as u I P the long, corded ! ; -" he-he- only r...

Publication Title: Cape Weekly Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 31 July 1914

CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD During these hot days you want something that is cooling, appetizing and invigorating Will fill the bill. Its foam is like the snow and it's as pure as the dew. IDEAL is the best drink made. CAPE BREWERY CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO. NOTK 01 RIAL i m.ic sai.i: i:STATK. OF Nut n i' I hereby given tlmt I, the lilnli reigned Sheriff of Cape (iirar ileuu County, Mil, pursuant 1" an otdi r of court, made ;ilil entereil of record, will cell al public vendue lo the highest bidder I'm cash nt the cast ill ni el Ihe ei ml hniice in the cily nf Cape ( ii"iii!i .'in, Mo., mi Sat iinliiy, Annuel J'.1, I'.'ll, the follow ing described ; 1 l.-lato, Inelil n-iieil ill the deed 1. 1 tn: I to-w il : 1)11.1) ( I MM ST. Trust, ,'ihil tn him : till Us grantees iiml assimis. I ( l;i: I II IN TIM ST lioWHYMH, for the f.illu wini! purposes: YYIIMRMAS, I!. W. Mallcsi ml I'M Heard the mi id pailitc nf Ihe I it t Fall have this day 1 1 : ; 1 1 i executed : 1 1 1 1 delivered I...

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