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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 4 August 1911

IP Af ID HANDY RULER TOR PAINTERS Of Much Assistance In Keeping Straight Line While Workins on Edge of Wood. One. of the most difficult parts rf tho bonne painter's wink is to pilnt tho edge of woodwork abutting wall paper, w indowpano or floor. Hereto fore they have had to work carefully Ruler for Painters. along the edge and fill tn later. A New York man has Invented a device which he calls the painter's tlme aaver, and which la in reality a ruler to guide the brush and prevent the smearing of auytblng over the line to be followed. The device la a piece of metal with a wide, straight edge mid legs at the other end. The elevation affords room to hold It In the hand. The ruling edge Is held along the edge ef window gash or door Jamb and tho workman can paint along It rapidly without fear of consoquences. The implement must be pressed down tight, so no paint works Its way be neath. For people who like to do their own painting one of these rulers 1a almost indispensable. USE WOODEN ST...

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. — 4 August 1911

n rt When predentin; this advertise- 1 if w ri'itTit in Ftatir.tt that Don't forget next week. the stock show is conducted primarily in the interest of t he Miss Hazel Henderson friends in Sikeston the the week. visited firfit of (So is every other well-managed bank) But we fully realize that ouv own jin;-nerity is founded on the prosperity of P fSf and so work with that end in v " vivw. caring for their varied in terests promptly and efficiently. an we do any work or J6L Oil. rrn t 1 T I f- 1 "7' ft-i TTT) f OF JACKSON H) n - William I wax Lr.ox Clutav.d - . Cashier As.st:-( -asliier Miss Ella McCombs visited friends in the Cape last Saturday. Mrs. Olivia Miller ville was in the city day. of ast Miller-Satur- John James and wife of St. Louis are the guests of Fritz Bienlien and wife. Otto Hoffman and Dave Wat kins of St. Louis are the guests of relatives here this week. Wm, Medley of Gordonville was in the city Tuesday. Blucher Sperling transacted business in Perry ville Tuesday. M...

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. — 11 August 1911

r--f f 1 ; 1 I A i - ' i ; .i k m . ? ! I .."J M '' ' f . J t ! U ; ; A i THE PtCPLE'S PAPER wi im-t ' flu if it &. tu (xi n p., m lev it rtc4 m o itssj 5 vCS!" TlCri S1.C2 A YES, rt, 13 AJY! Vol. Xlll Capo Girardeau, Missouri, Friday, August 0. 1911. No. 40 "1 A tetter from Ben H. Adams. Ixa Angeles, Cal., Aug 1, '11 Editor Herald: I am now receiving the Her ald along with several other pa pers from Southeast Missouri, and I assure you that I read everything in the Herald, ad vertisements and all. I am pleased to see that your paper is the official paper of the city of Cape Girardeau for I can now keep up with what is going on in city affairs. I notice among other things, in the council pro ceedings, that the pay of the councilrnen has been raised to three hundred dollars per year. When I served in that honorable! body we received the munifi cient sum of twenty-five dollars per year with no -allowance for the tearing off of clothing in a council chamber fistic combat between me...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 11 August 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 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 11 August 1911

? Mi I o: ' A Daisy Tb!. In many loral'ties dalnlea grow "lid In profusion, a hostess who re loleed la flcldg of them ud this de lightful combination; she made long chains of daisies and smilax and out lined the planes at table which won eot with a cluny Izcs e'.cth over pale blue. The candlesticks were of glass With white candles shaded Vlih white over blue with a fringe of white beads. The center piece was a gilded basket with daisies, the handle tied with a htiRe bow of white and blue Btilln rib bon. Tho guests were all members of an embroidery class, so for favors there were glided embroidery hoops tied with pale blue satin ribbon. For place cards there were liajid painted aiargucrltca tho petals cut out, names Dt the guests being done In gilt. At each pinto was a corsage bouquot I'f daisies tied with blue ribbon. Every one exclaimed "How lovely" when the doors were opened and the pretty table dlttrloned; the china was white gold band and tho effect was so cool and refreshing. A...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 11 August 1911

r-'f r-H v. ; f "Kit li. 1 v., -. .4 1 Cc 500,000.00 All FrJd y -y it e Pay 4 Per Cent cn Time 4 Per Cent on x'eJest d H Come and ice hs Be convinced We will tfeea bave your ..rron3ftC zz2 CcurJy Herald , , .L , ... i (Formerly the Jacfcer.D Her&ld) Published ftery Friday by the KE8AID riBMSIHG COSPAM. Subscription I sdvacce. price: $1.0l per year Entersd as second c'bpb matter at tfce jx'S o.Tice .t C'ai e .Gir&rdoau, Mo oedtr the act of March 3. 1ST9. THE NEW CAPITOL. The old Capitol cf Missouri built in 1858, after fine had de stroyed the original c a p i 1 o 1. (which stood on the ground now occupied by the Governor's man sion) was remodeled in 1E37 at a cost of 220,000 two new wings . being: added, with the old struct ure forming the centre, the base of the remodeled building accupying a space COO feet in length and 112 feet in depth, with a terrace roun:, jbark suspended because of un ahoutand stone steps in front j fortanate loans to a mercantile and on the southern e...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 11 August 1911

i That is Mio first tiling to no const. lt'i'' wIkmi you are about to l'joi money in a, kink This hank with its ample vrsour.-rs ami capital, it m history mnl nmn;i:;eniont, ot'lVrs tlif. best inducoinciits for coni nioivinl and saving's account1 etlSE'CalVSRt Dan ft CAPITAL, 5100,000.00 SURPLUS, 525.000.00 DirectorsL. J. II. J. Albert, Chas. Planner. Will Hirsch, II. Himmelbewr, W. II. Miller, R Oliver, R. L. Taylor. Cape Locals Sam VandivoTt tiad business in the city last Saturday. Denver Wright and wife of Atlanta Ga., re the guests of i-elatives dn this city. Miss Eva Wright, w h o i s teaching school near Steele, was here visiting her parer.ts last Saturday. Miss Lydia Hays left last Saturday for New Yoric Ben Wilson and wife of Essex were in the city last Saturday seeing the Pompeii show. John and James Grosser of Bloomfield were in city the last Friday and Saturday, Joe Malone and family o f Bloomfield were in the city last Saturday. They came here to see the big Pompeii spec...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 11 August 1911

Cc::r;iy Herald v- Heralil P i 1 1 i i h I n j f o. , CAPC GlttAKDfc.AU - MISSOURI iOv,-!ng th!a weather the softer the chh Ui9 bolter. Tt Is the rArly bird, too, that go:a A lx k st the bird men. Anafolo Franco rp.ys that all wur la doomed to perish. Meanwhile, swat tU Cyl Fpeaklr.g of hlR'h society, six foot New Yoik man is to marry a seven foot gifl. Tfcers are verse owr-tlona. too, on hot day than that cf eating Iced C&utaloupes. la 100 year the summer clad maa will look back with horror on the coated man of today. Anybody who wants a coat of tun lh I summer ought to be abU to achieve his heart's desire. Why ewftt the files yourself when you can keep a pet toad to attend la the fly awaiting department? Danger from raMes would be greatly minlrnlted if all dogs were given plenty of cold water to drink. Austria Is to clmrga It a tobacco smokers $15,000,000 more a year. 1U object 13 not to cure them of smoking, cither. A Massachusetts mas was choked to death by tils celluloid co...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 11 August 1911

J ith w MAD1 . ALONG MAKES WORK EASIER Neighborliness a Virtue That Should Be Extended to Office and Store. -3UTY DOES NOT END AT HOME -Juat at It Makes Community Pleas- nter to Live in, 80 Does Neigh borly Spirit Make the BusU nes Place Much Pleae anter to Work In. Being neighborly In held up some what aa a vlrtuo, and when we do our duty as we ace It to the people In the tousea ench side of ua we have a vir tuous sensation that' makes ua feel well satisfied with ourselves and the world In general, nut having done our duty by the people In the houses each aide of ua, we are apt to feel that we bave fulfilled all our obligations to be neighborly, writes Alice Maron In the Chlcngo Tribune. Being neighborly Isn't necessarily confined In Its activities to this limit ed field. The girl In business can be neighborly to the girl who alts at the next typewriter, or to the one who rubs elbows with her behind the coun ter. Many a girl will be plensant to the people npxt door, because she kno...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 11 August 1911

:ZZZt When r.u'nt v. (So ij r a"i bank) m,vo pm-penty l.s founded on Cnn we lo any work for You? r T 4 S or JACKSON M f - H William Pahu Leon Clippakd EDW. D.HAYS Attorney at Law Notary Public OFFICE IN COCKT IIOUI-E Father Fitzkam of was here this week with Home Comers. Benton, mingling Misse3 Gunther of St. Louis, who have been the guests of Mrs. Eugene Obermiller, were called to St. Louis last Friday on account of the death of their uncle. b. Wm. Williams, of Los Angeles, Cab, is visiting his brother, Chas. Williams this week. This 13 his first visit in years. forty-one, ! j Mildred Mueller of St. Louis i3 visiting the family of II. H. Mueller. J..- Mrs. Frank Bueckman, of Doe Run, was the guest of Mrs. Frank D. Sanders the first of the week. Mrs. Minnie Meadows children of Colorado are guests of Mrs. Chas, Jiams this week. and t h e Wil- Miss Luna Hay dock of Bloom field is the guest of Miss Rilla Norman this week. Mrs. W. Snider of Illmo is the guest of her mother, Mrs. Theo. O...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 18 August 1911

Cir Formal 5ehol " Jir III II I li i! u A,-a, It h, vv. AV I ii I i! Ii m h . h -, A" i i ,n TKJ PEOPLE'S PAPER It tlttTi p'eti fl th pcpit put at I! How, imx 1 !he fep'i M tf t!, tut aavw m tM poopl il tht tlm su:::s!ptic.i pk::e, $?.C3 a tea, in A:Yt:$ Vol. XIII Cape Girardeau, Missouri, Friday, August 18. 1911. No. 41 Council Proceeding The Council met pursuant to adjournment, Hon. F. A. Kage, Mayor, presiding, with Council men Coerver, Flentge, Unas, Mocder, WiUmof and Wilson present; absent: Medley and Morrison. The Judiciary Committee's re port, presenting various ordi nances prepared by the City Counselor as Amended Ordinan ces, was read, and, on motion of Mr. Wilson said report was re ceived and ordered filed, and the recommendation of the said com mittee to pass said ordinances at thi3 meeting concurred in. Proposed Ordinance entitled: "An Ordinance to Amend Ordi nance No. 905, being an ordi nance providing for the levy and collection of a license tax upon motor vehicles, a...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 18 August 1911

i strakgx: -4 m encli Girl m ! i The women of Paris are most enthusiastic ever aeronautics and have -ai organization known as "Stella.' The photograph shows the youngest mem ber cf tha club. Mile. Paris, fifteen years old, about to make an ascension -alexia In a balloon. LORD OF FENS FOUGHT HERE ' "The little market town of Tatters ' ball sear Boston in Lincolnshire can ; boast of many objects of historic in- ttrcut both In tha town Itself and. In th aurroundlng celghborbood. Not the least Interesting of these is the nlctaresQua old castle, around which &re woven many romantic stories of Crtrawclllan !ays. The castle was rebuilt In the fifteenth century by th lord high treasurer. Cromwell, suadl contains a magnlficenUyarved ilrepdace, an exact lepllca of which ia reproduced in the bouses of par 'lUmient Ifsuffered considerably In t.h civil war about the time that 'GalnEboncwsh and Lincoln fell into Ue bands of the royalists, who were .routfid by Oliver Cromwell, "the Lord ..of h...

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. — 18 August 1911

FRIGHT'S DISCA8E. THEY CHEATED AT CARDS 4 I i i i t-i mm Aim ROAD WOYlfNT --.i-uJiXH 1 LOG DRAG IS VERY USEFUL Greatest Invention of the Age and Mae Great Value in ltd Power to Move Dirt on Roads. The log drnR, simple as It Is, la the ttreatest Invention of the fine, counting the amount of good that tan be clone with It at bo small a cost. Probably Ihe next best tool to the clrnR for dirt toads Is the common field harrow. The great value of the road drac, especially the one with a cutting blade, la In ltB power of moving dirt and grading as well as Riirfaclng and compacting the road. Either with dry dirt or with mud, two teams to a pood drag can push moro dirt to the center of a road than can possibly be dona with any other tool. When once graded a perfect road Krade can easily be maintained with the use of the dras. KeepliiR country earth roads In Rood shape with native material at hand can be done with little time and ex pense with proper active public scntl- KILCF MATERIAL Jl 3Kf...

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. — 18 August 1911

A V. " v-.w 1 - w w vy L,i M S f 7 tK?' ! Cnpitd, $500,000.00 All Paid We Fay 4 Per Cent on Time 4 Fer Cent on Modest Come and see us Ce convinced .patronage. V.f OSOfiOOOllOOOPaOQODOOOOOOOOQOODOCliOOOOOOOOOOODOOOO Ccpc Ccunly Herald (Formerly the Jackson Herald) Published every Friday by the HERALD irnUSHIMG COMPASr. Subscription price: Sl.00 per year An advance. Filtered as second class matter at the post office at Cape Girardeau, Mo aB4er the act of March 3, 1879. The Daily Republican is get ting generous. That paper is now ottering the new city administra tion space to defend themselves against the rantings they have fceen. publishing in their editor ial column condemning the work of the city council. Space in that "rag" before the last April election was not available to the members of the council for love or money. Now since news tim bar is getting scarce they desire to give the council a chance to answer their ranting through their columns. It would seem ridiculous to a sane ...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 18 August 1911

3 That is the first thinj; when you are about in a This bank with its ample resources and capital, its history and management, d'l'ers t he best inducements for com mercial and savings lu-counts Sturdivanl Bank CAPITAL, 5100,000.00 SURPLUS, S25.000.00 L. J. Albert, Chas. Blattner, Will Hirseh. J. H. Himmelberger. W. H. Miller, It, B. Oliver, R. L. Taylor. Directors Cape Local Mrs. Otto Kochtitzky returned ihome from Chicago Monday. Wm. Vedder has purchased an automobile. B. W. Fletcher and vife left Tuesday for Chicago to spend a few days. Cape has another "Chink" laundry. The laundry 'has open ed for business in the old bache lor bar stand. No excuse for any one going dirty now as the Cape is blessed with four laun dries. Mrs. llermieia foremerman, aged 55 years, died in St. Louis last Saturday afternoon while undergoing an operation for ap pendicitis. She was a sitter of Mrs. Edw. Regenbardt. Miss Wil burn, art teacher of! the Normal, has gone to Atlanta, 'Jackson last Friday were...

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. — 18 August 1911

s qe County Herald HrralfJ Publishing Co. CAPE GIRARDEAU r- i i.i i i i MISSOURI SFCRT ON ISLAND OF SULU Uncle Sam Owm It Now The Old Sultan Seem to Have Been Some Fancy In Hit Day. Th common sport of the old sultan of S'.ilu whs boar hunting, carried on with, a find breed of native pontes. An Fngl'.r.h traveler at one of these hunts thus described the sultana, a typical Bui u woman: "She wore full Turkish trousers of blue silk richly embroid ered, and a blue vest fitting very tight and ornamented with gold but tons, lace In front, utflng the universal sarong an a covering for her shoul ders; around her head a clear bud kerchief was tied turban fashion; white cotton stockings and a pair of Chinese slippers completed her out ward visibilities. Nearly all the Sulu women wear a deal of yellow, which contrasts vlvld'y wKU their luxuriant black hair, and like the men they ride well and also In the same style." Capt. Edward L. King cf Bridge water, In whose arms the famous Gen. Henry Ware...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 18 August 1911

J--- ! l..gm.r.-., III.. tnTTWriy. I.W',WP 1 1 M f SYNOPSIS. Howard Jeffries, bunker's onn, under !ic evil influence nf Hubert t'ndoruoiid, (t'lliiw-ntiiftf'iit at Yale, lend n In'.- of dis s nation, marries the daughter of a gam bler who dud In prison. himI is disowned by his father. He Is out of work and In l.-sp.-rnin HiriiltK. 1 . ndcm nod, who Irn I'lV'li boon otla i?ed tl) Howard's SO )- 7tiothr. A li l:i. Is unfa rent ly In iiros;i. r ou otrotil..:-Oanre:l. 'I'm I: i rig lid v l n i a of his Inttmin y with Alii in, he lii'ioines Fnrt of t-iflal highwayman. 1 iscovorlni hi" true i'li:iiiii't.-i. Alinl.i ill nl. H him the hulisc Hi' (-ends her II Mull' 1 1 ir - t' III n suicide. Art dealers fur whom he noted os comnihtsioner. demand un ai-i-ourittni,'. Ho (annul make Kuml. Ilownrd iml: at 1il hiar!mi'tiln In mi Intoi ioated eonill- Ion to mi 1 1 hhi a loan of J,u"n to onaliln Mm to tnlsi up n builnes pi'opi iil i i in, Howard drinks hlmm If Into iiiiimlllii .condition, ami f;oo...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 18 August 1911

i! ! t V. At J.. -4 OF JACKSON will appreciate a dollar that you save and the & dollar will appreciate at the rate of four percent per annum il left with us not less tan six months. We are ever ready to take care of your interests and bo of use to you in any way consistent with trood banking. t'i Capitol Surplus n y William Park Lf.on Cltppaud EDW. D. HAYS Attorney at Law Notary Public OFFICE IN COURT HOUSE Jackson Notes! Adolph Schaefer of Appleton was in the city last Friday and Saturday. Judge Roland Cannon, Sain Worley and R. M. Terminstein of Benton attended homecomers. W. C. Hays of Laflin, Mo., visited here last week. He is a former resident of Cape County. Ira Yarbrough of Keystone, Okla., is back for a visit after several years absence. J T T ..... , Tilmnn rG A 1 y I Mo., is was hornecomer. Miss Fay KuiTe entertained a number of friends Monday night at a buffet luncheon. Mrs. Laura and Louella Query of Charlotte, N. C, were the guests of Mrs. Eugene McNeely last week. ...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 25 August 1911

Cf Formal j-fjj,,, ' Jfr li u i r - i i ft . 4 .. lill FCCFLE'S PAPI3 fl'jt; lifJTc p'?.r. tt lut pw'e pr( if !hi (It, v" l It ill Kit tlmi, but mi i!I tft ill Hit Vm Vol. XI 11 Capo Girardeau, Missouri, Friday, August 25. 1911. No. City Council Proceedis. The Council met in regular session, at the Council Chamber, with Hon. F. A. Knge, Mayor, present and presiding, Council men all being present. On motion of Mr. Coerver, the minutes of the meetings hell on August 7th and August 14th , 11)11, were approved as publish ed, their reading being dispens ed with. A petition signed by 371 citi zens purporting to be voters and taxpayers, and 593 persona claim ing to be citizens and non-voters was presented and read, said pe tition remonstrating: against a lowering the, saloon license as at present iixed by the ordinances at $1000.00 per annum. On motion of Mr. Coerver, said petition was received and order ed filed. A petition signed by 17 resi dents in the vicinity of Jefferson Avenue, Fred...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 25 August 1911

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