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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 3 March 1911

r 7-J STURDIVAN FT! ANE5 ESTABLISHED 1866 CAPITAL SURPLUS 5100,000.00 25,000.00 Oldest Bank in Southeast Missouri having large -;iiit;il. t x.-rj it iona 'trength anl established facilities, solicits our pat ronage with confidence in its ability to cx tcixl t'Vi'i'y accommodation for business consistent with v,,un. 1 ,a ii k i nir t r i -1 hoK The Wednesday club met this week with Mrs. Allan Hinchey. George Hosea of Jackson, vieit cd friends here last Monday,. Dr. Ed. Moore had business in ' f " - - - " , . V ' W f W W W W St Loui3 this week. . . O . , . , Theodore Mitchell, of Fruit-'! jland was in the city Wednesday. ' i ' '() Charles Stout had business at" The ball given at Anderson j r.-i t- i I. . . . iviuge rruiay. :na Tuesday was a big success, 'About 75 couples were present. ""X , Carl Wallace and brother of i Jackson were in the city last Sunday visiting relatives. I Mrs. Jas. Masterson of Fruit Uand visited friends here last Sunday. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rogers of Chaffee, ...

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. — 3 March 1911

WHAT CC'MPRCKENJIVE eYTZM CF WATERWAY. IMPKOVS Me NT M?AN TO fARMIR. n:un$ to suprcrj facts lOft Shipment ef Or;n Alone the Di ns ct Nwm Wewle Mas iea,&&0, CvO. and rerl!eeUly All Oler ; Preducte Wu1 St Affets. '. lo a firmer article we fave fcU a&4 f jnres to preve that. If the esmprs jfcsrwilve plftn cf waterway Improve- jKfui OTornta ids rioni wi- j 're and Harbors confront were car-1 IrW out. tbe direct return to the farm- j ir cf tbe country, on the alnr'a Item j f r!n. would ewUlDljr be tlOO.OOO.- j .000 a year and probably would be j more than twice that sum. Put grain la not Use only Item on ; which the farmer would receive a benefit. The fact is that for tbe farm- j er aiid everybody else, for that mat- . ter the. coat of transportation Influ ences practically everything he buys, j s!ia, eU, wears or uses In any way whatever, except water, air and sun- ehine. Tbe avers man Is Inclined to j la-igh when told that he pays out more for. transportation than he does f...

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. — 3 March 1911

(Formerly the Jicksou Herald ) Published etry Friday by tb HERALD ITBIISHIN'; (UXPA.W. yutjufTlptlon jirir'i-: tl.O'J ir )rai in advance. AiiilicHtfti made f'r entry s rw ODd duns matter at the ii-it nfficc .it i Cane Girardeau, Mm. Folk and Kos.s is the Demo cratic presidential tirkf-t sug A ;vart of the Grant form in St. Louis county has been offer ed as a site for the State capitol. It is too hif.toric to be available ! and too far from the city to be acce!!sio!e. The effort to take! the capitol to St. Louis has de- f.nda it nrvwzry to veto them,) the Republican minerity will j prevent their final adoption over his veto. ! Appointments of Democratic governors made in the interims xl CS0ZC3. ' tb lnaurr1a Wh 'n War Dwn in Mrlt. veloped extraordinary generosity between sessions of the legUla- on the part of the people with i 'ure have always been consider-! j land suited to town lot develop-Jf arid generally approved by, rnent. I the Democratic Senate at thei beginning of the sessi...

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. — 3 March 1911

r n - J r x. D. !Ilr-s went to the Cape ( i 1;umiuv3 Monday. , Jl. F. ti, r of Gordonville, v,t.3 here Sunday. 'James Cannon had busings at Us(" Cape Saturday, i J'r.x. Fred II. Sehrader is on the nek list this week. Fred Goyert transacted busi ness at the Cape iast Friday. (-Gto. Bingenheimer of Long town transacted business here last Friday. .Dan Morgan of Neely's Land ing, was in the city last Friday. . G. V. McNeely of Fruitland, Had business here last Saturday. 1 E. G. Sibley went to Bismark fionday to visit relatives and friends. Judge B. F. Davis was in Jack son Monday on business. Miss Eva Bean of Fruitland, was here Tuesday visiting friends. Mrs. John Weiscarver of Mar tie Hill arrived here Sunday to . visit her mother Mrs. Laura Cannon. Mrs. Geo. Doyle and Miss Mag gie Oliver of Leeman, passed through Jackson Tuesday on tLeir way to the Cape. Mrs. R. Kaechle returned to fcer home in Dexter Sunday after spending the week with her sis ter, Mrs. Ben Gockel and visiting friend...

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. — 10 March 1911

it i I - I H 6' N 4 1 !i t 3 1 J ft J ', fc. , j d THE PE3PLIX PAPER M UV It fbu rt ttn Pl t tto tin. tors tf ftm ) tf tmt, M ft! ?' w S"t rj5::ai;Ti:?i fk::j, s:x3 a yeah, n :ur:s Vol. XIII Cape Cirardeau, Missouri, Friday, March IO. 1911. No. 17 PROMINENT MEN TO AT TEND CONVENTION HERE TO TEST SEED ENGINEER DOING i MILITARY MEN CITY COUNCIL MET MONDAY NIGHT CORN TOR GROWERS PRELIMINARY WORK ELECT NEW OFFICERS CAPE HOME ROBBED LAST SUNDAY NIGHT Last Sunday night while Hen ry Mysted- and hia family, who live on North Ellis street, were visiting friends, burglar: enter ed their home and (secured $210 in money. The robbers ransacked the house, turned everything "topsy turvy," and escaped without anyone seeing them. About ten o'clock one of Mr. Meystedt's neighbors noticed a. light, but only supposed his folks had returned. The burglars ornited taking four gold watches and other jewelry loft in a drawer. Mr. and Mrs. Meystedt sec reted their pocket books, which contained about $210, in...

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. — 10 March 1911

krJ it X I i I 1 I 1 At i i Novelized by FREDERICK R. TOOtfBS From the Great Play by PAUL ARMSTRONG O Copyright. IJIO. by Aassricaa Freu IKCXY VALZKTUTE, AEDEIT HANDLES AJND EOSE LAKH i.'iei.i ' "W ... ' 'i.. i.i, ir .!; Ing "Tier i." the srt f a )!"' Sf- ' li.:ni'':i.! leC . it ! I 11 'i Hi f)dd, but we heard h wriK killed try lug to Kt on a moUnj? train. Ami. by the way, l.is particular (nil in now In this prison I 5 r j i ten -safe breakup. His name is Valentino. Tin " :iry you tell Is a brand, new nil" on its." "And you never saw 8K:iln the tfeu tleuiau who recued you?" queried Mrs. !' of MUh La ne. "Never." Into the younir Kir' " face came an expression of mingled 'wt ne snd regret. Tlie woman's jue tiou seined to relve in Li-r tbe mem orie of voice and face und s man tier and a personality which, somehow she had never been quite utile to for te!. "We at and talked for a few niln- ie." nhe finally went on "He told me that there were reasons why he j could not iet me know who be...

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. — 10 March 1911

rrr 'J r; 1 i 4 I n - O n r.-i ST. LOUIS SHOE REPAIRING SHOP Old Shoes Repaired as Good as New at Reasonable Prices. Ladies' and Hoy' Half Soles 35c Ladies' and Boys' Jleel.s 15c Men's Half Soles 40c Men's bU 25c No shoe too bad ton-pair. Kwry kind of work Sewed Soles, Rubber Boot and Bubber Shoes Neatly Repaired I Ouarant.ee my Work. Open From b a, m. to U p. m. 1 5 I 1 r t t f i ITALY'S CAMOItitA. OLDEST Of WORLD'S CHIME OiJdiMZATI '3.NS. nov fighting . foh existence o B A S A N ) 1 Mais Si kij.t V " CHEAT trial crowing fwt of th - '' - ' ''' '" r kt r !)j 'A Ito'jnJry wbicli U gwnmrnt " "'- ""jry. I ' baa b-n erryo far our n4 r-w-i r-a J yara oJKm!f.j tba Caroomt '" part fa t- t at Nafrl- U ooir wxler way at Vltr- '; t" ''' !nJ 1 bo. tb Id pat-al maeral tawo abwat l!" tla la ",ra! f fifty nilca frvtn Eo. Hrra to oi4 I Uli r-laity tor -4 (o iJ; Kra.v.Ja'aa c torch fc br.f4 I -L -tu-giar.. f iilifo a counbouiw, ar.J tn Iron I "' " bp;l o.( tb eai.or- fllrs oorJjfll to bvkJ a fccdre...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 10 March 1911

vw! i -ji'I I'--' i i.-i the ! , ' L x: h.: ?.? cf r? r.-r ci it s . e a exar. tor.' is th ' , ka-Jcnhlp of good. p-4trktie and I af ,tct .- ti srf i ?;r.t their Um-e irA the money P'."'1 lot .S:.ohst toe jr. f":n nv !! ill) I the rcpl ri:;t: -is is.v.-. "ins; rcrr.oT. - f ?.(..:. imi ctr. ir-se-j as r.ate- ?;ra to tr.e such men iic.sr.!. .... ntrr.Ir ci s.; j-rcx'-riatio!"- crr;f.5itt5! of th 'a-? if H-;-uv. licir. stnar.t. of the KCi: cf Rockfc-ri ILL. .re caii-1 V fi'.!' w.;j.:a if si''.; tt Ai t' s.,-. .'i i f the f:e -"'. rA 3 to a chc? the critic cs-:ru? I fr-r-.fei ! kii t-.er.t in -.? and St3t hare !.?.? rir.t to t ubiic rv ,r.ry thar. LV-rr. x-ratic frvar.t. S-.:h a j u..:iiri -.;; p;.icyo ,;hi to arc-u'? the fair r-.irv-ie-i jx-.'-r ! .te ar.i iir.n the iv,:r.- ocra.;c a.-ier? J a strw.jr sFr, cf !r.dr.aic-r i.n r.-.-.. ;-t--r. that ccn-.ar.-ir-i the reii-ti.n cf :'.h thr ir L"r.i.e-i Cchom. The trhatilitv thi f'.;rj: cf rt?pui;atk-n tri; F,r-'i ever the state iihir.tc-ia ...

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. — 10 March 1911

0 STUEDIFAHT AMI ESTABLISHED 1 8 6 C CAPITAL SURPLUS $100,000.00 25,000.00 I Oldest Bank in Southeast Missouri having large eapitll, exceptional !)VJilh and tal.lisl)'.l f'iifilitic.,, solicitf. your pat ronage with .-oHfid,. ,,.,- j its abilitv to ex tend every aeeojr.iiiodaiion for business oiiM.-l.-nt with sound hanking methods. ?ir . . OFFICERS L. .1. ALUKfiT. I r.sidcrit tn K. li. (M.VhH, V !-J 'r-fc. If. L MA( IIKN,('i)s,i,.r y. LILLY, Asst. CHshier Sam Vandivort of Jackron was here Wadne-p day. Miss Agnes Morton of Jack son is here visiting friends this week. ! Attorney Caruthers had busi ness at Advance, Wednesday. V j John Hunter of Morley was in the city Wednesday. Miss Alice Frazier of Sikeston is visiting friends here this week. Judge John Norrif1 of Benton transacted business here Wednesday. ' '" " " " " r ing white crossing the river en- x- route to this city.' He, in com-; J i pany with his nephew had Blart-V ed to this city to jret provisions' and were only a few'yar...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 10 March 1911

1 i confession S'se Telia How She Gave lj Her Doll For r. Lever Fy CVLLYN D. WILCOX Copyright by American Pr Aaao elation, l'i I ' tth.er ha never doutt a dsy'a work V life. I have oft-sa beard til in say t!iat to go to a store or n office pvery CT and attend to detail aocn a buy Ins and aelilng auj shipping and finan Vnr'.ng and audi matter that line do Fnp?jrtanoe xccpt for tbe time being, Cjlvit as fast at they are born, like cer la insects, would aoon wear htm out E'ut to ait la a library ud read Im tvrtl work auch aa tbe Greek poets ml the Latin prose writer--father reads them In the original Gmk and fcatin that la a way of spending one's time fitted not for commercial slaves, tiut Intellectual gentlemen. When I wng a child we lived -my parents live there jet In the country not f.-tr from a great city, lather -;i i Inherited socio property from his an C'Ntoi that b.M) been handed down throlnc'i several generations, and ir Inc. t Tjr ;J -1, ,.ii-i wis siiHi if..: for our w;;t.tH...

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. — 10 March 1911

SIU1R0II CURSE APPEARS AGAHi Frcm Engiisl) Army. LATEST GF FATE'S YiGTif'S. CDV. HAD LEY HITS 'azreod by the Democratic Jead- HOME RULE EILLS'ers to introduce and suprx'rt a ; mt-aflure for the appointment of Jefferson City. March C-Last bi-partisan boards of election week was made memorable in the ' commissioners by the Governor, record of the Forty-sixth Gen-' the selection to be made from 1 II.. I... url :: ? I k.1 a nf r.amnu fn dn cuVimiftml dritn chief of which wan an px-. by the elate committee of each ; LLJ. I Ciiuuf-iJGwrUtfl UiU traordinary rneKHajre by Governor f the leading i artien, tlie-w Hadley read before bf.th Houses board.s to have the same author Monday afternoon. Evidently ity over elections in the cities the Democratic members of the n w exercised b y xi.-:tir,K .House thought it extraordinary, boards. Th bill was introduced because they immediately adopt- in the Senate Thursday and will ed a re-'lition t-t'nr:urii-jf the be jpi.rle- by the Democrats governor fr...

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. — 10 March 1911

' ! TT i " ' " J 'Tr.-. A. V,, Kudlmer ei.tcr-1 i;'r.cJ the 'aid sock-ty of the 1 .sri'.icaJ church last Thurs day artenvvri. Jvhn Dickinson iscarryirg his! t.ead in a bandajre from a result! cl a fall Tue?Iay. j County coi:rt has ordered the jiibrto provide wash tubs for the county prisoners to do their own washing, thereby raving the county a wash bill every nor.th, which generally amounts j 4o five dollars a month. The foldingchairs purchased 'y the yo'jr.g peoples society of the Evangelical church were in stalled last Tuesday. " Mrs. M. A. Ringer, who has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. II. Poe. returned to her Dexter mice fJilrSOav, Harvey Ilartle, aged 10 years son of Mr. and Mrs. George JIartle, died Tuesday pvening; .the immediate cause of death : was the bursting of a blood ves- ( eel. He had been driving one 1 of II. II. Mueller's delivery wagons until Monday week ago ' when he took a position with ; the telephone company and on : that day while on top of a tele flione po...

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. — 17 March 1911

1 " I 5 1 ma- ( ! h ii 1 18..- .4 fc .J t ..JtfC.T. It,- .sr ,.vi t THE PSDN.FS pi?j:r 9JJ Ml In p! ill Cm pt1 ' Dm bait, una ! th( 9po 5 tlx tin, but tevcr iC It ftw iK tti sis::xi?ticm rsicf, sua a tiss. ii tvar.zi Vol. Xlll Cape Cirardeau, Missouri, Friday, March 17. 1911. No. 18 PARK COMMITTEE GETTING EUSY HIGH SCHOOLS WILL COME HERE IN ANOTHER AGED CITIZEN CROSSES GREAT DIVIDE MILITARY HOARD HOLDS EXAMINATION BIRTHS AND DEATHS REPORTED DURING 1910 near rrjncnn AND MARATHON RACE MAY Ths park committee of the Commercial Club has been active the past two weeks, looking out a site for the new city park. The committee reports that the old fort overlooking main street, one block north of Broadway is the most desirable fpot they have yet found. The property is in such a con dition that the site would only be fit for a park, aid the owners of this real estate seem to be enthusiastic over the fact that the committee has selected this pot. 1 he place provides a nne view of the river and ...

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. — 17 March 1911

M t t if'" -"- TT ' i - ' : a a v; u ' ,.t. ' T re v.i the Great PAUL AIUISTT.QNG I t C" ?. Cc;rr$?!t. 19 '0, iy America 111 J Aiiociation it. -5 I.: JI.'ii' H.u.! . r Tr-3 thst '.: .. . ....atviuly la to . . ii , i.M'lV ii. . ..me re-J a flop rj ,iuy moment to Crivrpo lino .i r-ih i;'n, loiroie hue. -Ton po p! th;tt sj and oiien It Just like j jn uHd the cola." he snouted Valentine h deprecatory ses- tnre. "You Cntter rrm," he answered, and be smiled a most at:fi''aatlng amile tiint caused tbe now thoroughly arous ed prlsou master to pound his desk and hoarsely cry: "Flattery be d d! You do aa I say rTll give you the" llanditr caught Uluiseir ju9t la tlm Ke suddeuly remembered that the lieutenant governor was present "Ray, Valentine," he substitute!! for his Intended threat of the straltjacket, "joa're fourSushing because there's a pttllery prenent. eh?" So. turaed and surveyed the Tisl?ors present. II is gaze passed frum the lieutcuriut governor to the two members of the Gate of n...

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. — 17 March 1911

I) i, f n n U n i o n n .1 v. ; o n (J H r: ..., -.1. .f ''i .-. - ST. LOUIS SHOE REPAIRING SHOP Old Shoes Repaired as Good as New Reasonable Prices. Ladies' and Boys' Half Sok-s 35c Ladies' and BoV Heels 15c Men's Half .40c Men's Heels... 25c No shoe too bad to repair. Every kind of work So'Ted Soles. Rubber Boots and RublK r Shoos Neath" Repaired I (luaiVmee my Work. Ojx'ii From () a. in. to p. m. is Main Snu.1 ,t - CAPE ' - V.s " CLINTON GOYER' ELEyTRlGAL GOTRAGTOR Dealer in Chandeliers, Fans, Bells and Supplies. Estimates Promptly Furnished All Work Guaranteed. Prices Very Moderate. J&CXSGH r Wos "Women, worn and tired from overwork, need a tonic. That feeling of weakness or helplessness 'will not leave you of itself. You should take Wine of Cardui, that effectual remedy for the ailments and weaknesses of women. Thousands of women have tried Cardui and write enthusiastically of the great benefit it has been to them. Try it don't experiment use this reliable, eft-tried medici...

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. — 17 March 1911

t r t v. e i CO", TAtT-l J -1 J.". r. 4ftr at , B C". r U . - i i c: have; r." c r. : : :.. in it. "a'.e-, c!fxrsre ca c c-- gro -s and f--r th i .. r.' , v.0 e- 4 j. .. ;b 1 t f-ati?- ;e o: irau-ri in ,. C vtti.'-g or in court g c ; vc rcrx. ar, i a few i'kgid votes, sc tT.cial returr.s i.:'.rh:!y for ith te 'cruize zt.:z ccn cldwtes tut co rot eJTcct U.e vir- " ,.' raC Cu.nui-!t0 Cites fcr ccr;irr;5 Live n-ilbi." 1a sustain th5- Ufcrethat Uv. ar.j tic? tie:-te3 dtir.-.'C?st,.ccan- tr.e ature. wp.o ccrit'estfcd the tltction cf their republican crpcr:eT.ts, have ten itartd down ty an intensely partisan majority of an ir.vesti frs.lir.g nmrr.itte of the House, The ccrnmissior.crs appointed ty the Huprerr.e Court to cor.dact the ccrtest of defeated "cirr:o cratic candidates fcr Supreme or sTTa ten Ir?r.t cf PubMc School has ret be-un ! their wcrk. Prcf. Gass, derr.o-; cratic ccnteitarit tor tender cf School, has er.gaged ; in the bar.kir.2: business at Jef-i ferscn City. Judge Vailian...

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. — 17 March 1911

n to TV T f 4' In M ESTABLISHED 1866 CAPITAL SURPLUS $100,000.00 25,000.00 Oldest Bank in Southeast Ms ssoun having large capital, exceptional strength and established facilities, solicits your pat ronage with confidence in its ability to ex tend every accommodation for business consistent with sound banking methods. 3 5 OFFICERS L. It. I. ALHRHT. President I:. OLIVKH, Viee-Pre. II. L. MACIIEN.Ci.sliier I. I". LILLY, Asst. (Xsliier ANNOCXCKMKXT Wear1 uuthori.ed to annniinoi J. T. McDonald a a caiifliiiato for m-knl'iii to the oflice of County Superintendent of I'uhlic Si'liool. subjei-t to the voters at annua! elect ion to ,r heid Tuesday. April ). lull. Loui A. VanDevan ; last Sunday. weut to St. V. V. Durham for Los Angeles, out a location. left Monday Cal., to look J. C. Stone and family re turned home from Farmington last Snnday night where they had been to attend the funeral of Mr. Stone's mother. C H. Probst of Gordonville was in the city last Monday. TheV. C. T. U. held a pla...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 17 March 1911

c i cx-jt;3 gets a fd.:;c:j. j lit.;,. Skh::Ucs of id Police 1"' '7r;,V YOEK'S mounted poll.:. rnen, most f,t whotu are uned fc J 3a directing and rontroHlna, . tr-,-t (raffle, always, attract k affection of visitors, and even rtsl " often mop to admire thorn. They "'.:'otj .re plcturcsq'je and Is-'poa-taiT. Mounted on flme horses, they alt statues, at times raining one liana ts a warniujf alike to driven an J jr cr.-9 watting. t'be .thought la often occurred to thraa looking at a mounted policeman that be would tVrm a atriktng subject "or a sculptor, that he embodies dig- try with action and that ho la typical cf 2w York and Its congested streets. Che first person to put this Idea Into execution Is a woman. Mis Angela Bchuyler Church Mlsi Church baa heretofore been a painter, but about a year ago she wan truck wtiti the Idea thnt the mounted poli-Ttnen should be utilized t models f"- H sculptor. She hiid ivei done liny model, ny. but she do-idc,! to try lei 1, ind ;ti It and went 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. — 17 March 1911

Wat. pu!. A l"rpoi.t ii minimum tornado trlglnaUuc In u strong upward draft f air which occur libovo tb aurfaco f a body of comparatively wnr.Ti w tr. Its effect fii'Mt bwwiiM vislW lu a clrculur motion at the point lr. too Clouds to which It ascends. Tills be come a whirl, which condenses the TKr at It center, causing Ihe por Uon of the cloud there to drop down ward In the s'uipo of a gigantic Jelly lag. At tho same time Ihe continuing upward draft increases the rapidity of it original swirl and tlio condensed Taper caught within It until the ascending n,1l dcsccndlng-masses Join to form the wntersiout. Necessarily liy this process the nlr beneath the spout Is rn rolled, nnd thus where the phenomenon occurs lit Ren Ihe writer always seems to he sucked ii into it. although this Is not really the case to any considerable extent. For slmi!:ir reasons where a waterspout or torua do passes over n building It does most of its damage hy exhausting the nlr outside, causing what Is within t...

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. — 17 March 1911

7S.i Clover Hill school closed D. II. Henderson moved to his farm la-.t Friday. Buerkle visited at l':m la.-t Sunday. Frank Oliver transacted busi ness here last Friday. A. F. Behrens was in St. Louis the first cf the week. L. M. Strain went to St Inds last Saturday on business. JoeSchmuke had business in ! St Louis the first of the week. I The Literary club met last week with Mrs. C. A. Macom. ; . j Mrs. .Mattie Bast moved to! the Burford property last Mon-; day. Walter Knox of Shawneetown t moved to his new home lately Mrs. G. W. Henderson visited purchased from W. II. Hender her daughter at Kennett last 'son. week. , Julius Umbeck celebrated his Mrs.-Wylie Goza of near Al-'78th birthday last Sunday by lenville was here shopping Friday. last Carl Wallace shipped two fine Berkshire hogs to Louisiana last Monday. Presiding Elder Russell of Sikeston, was in the city last Ilonday. TT TT A . r , Harry Hoyt left Monday for St. Louis where he has accepted a position Martin Kerstner and w...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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