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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 25 August 1911

rr3 The Captain Rose and Drew CllARLTS KLEIN ARTHUR KORNBLOW ILLUSTRATION? RY I?AYMYLTER$ C?er;xT, eir,o.vv. Dillingham corwiwr. SYNOPSIS. Howard JelTrlea, banker's won, under ho evil Influence of Hobert Underwood, fellow-student nt Yulo, lends A llfo of dis sipation, itinrrk'9 the daughter of U gftni lilcr who died In prison, and l dlnov7ed t'V his father. II la out of work find In denperate straits. Underwood, who had once been engaged to Howetrd's step mother, Allelu, Is apparently In prosper ous Ireumstanres. Taking advantage of Ms Intlniarv with Allcln, he becomes a enrt of social hlKhwnyman. Discovering Ills true character. Alicia denies him the liouso. Ho sends her a note threatening ulcide. Art dealers for whom he acted m rommlsHlnnor, demand an accounting. Jfe cannot innke Rood. Howard calls at tils apartments In an Intoxicated condi tion to request a loan of $2,000 to enable Mm to take up a business proposition. Howard drinks himself Into a maudlin condition, and pnes to s...

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. — 25 August 1911

,''"""3 , E u I - tui (i n r Ccplfd, 5500,000.00-". All Paid We Pay 4 Per Cent on Time 4 Per Cent on Modest wj Come asd see us Be convinced We will then faave your patronage Ctrpe County Herald (Formerly the Jackpon Herald) Published cifry Friday by the sebalo nmismx; rosPAT.! ' Subscription In advance. price: $!.') per year! Entered as second ti.us matter at the post office st Cape Girardeau. Mo under toe act of March 3. 3ST3. . was changed. The tax on vehi- When a fair minded person ces were repealed.' This ordi stops and thinks he will wHl re- rance vas Passed by the old member how the property own-! council but the paper on the hill ers had to go down in their iwouId have 5'0U believe just the pockets and mortgage and sell j reverse their property under the reign' 0 ' of the old council to pay their! Under the caption of "Is the taxes. But Ptill the evening j Council Scared" the evening spasm contends that the labor-! spasm had a lotto say about the ing class -depends on city wo...

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. — 25 August 1911

'ih;d is the fiit ihiuu to ( consider! whiMi yon in-" about, to deposit 'inouev in a ltank This I'.ink with its ample resouivos ami 'aj-ilai. its history ami management,' offers 1 ho I -st indncciiiriiTs for rojn ni"r'ia and savings account-s S s CAPITAL, SURPLUS, Directors -L. J. Albert, Chas. Fdattner, Will Hirsch, J. H. Himmelberger, W. IL Miller, R. B. Oliver, R. L. Taylor. s Cape Locals Mr. and Mrs. Ilorrcl went over to Jackson Sunday to spend a few days with home fol The Evangelical Lutfcem's Your.g Wen's society of Alten burg, Perry County, will cele brate iis sixtieth anniversary tomorrow. W. W.Martin and family left Sunday for Plattville, Wis., where Mr. Murtia has accept? d a posi tion in the state Nornri 1. G. S. Summers had business in Perryville Monday. Th- informal dance given at the c!u house last Friday by by Miss Bebe Patton :n honor of Miss Justine Burgr-ss was a de lightful one. About forty couples i enjoyed the evening tripping the lirht fantastic. The companies ...

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. — 25 August 1911

For Late Summer JJ kh the World's Workers y y "" 1 iiimiiiiiiiiiiii .uuui.u-ii.i. .u.uu..mii ....... ...... , ,,, Cold Storage by N3 Means' Mod . ern Invention. Facta Prove That Chinese Were Fa miliar With Practice Centuries Ago, and It la In Universal Use There Today. REVIEW (; PROGRESS THAT . IS . BEING ALL LINES of . ENDEAVOR MADE ALONG KNOWN TO ANCIENTS ATVTFfeC! i Employer Asks Youth to Work Six Nights a Week Without Any Extra Pay. REFUSAL ER1NGS DISCHARGE Sd In This Case Is Fortunate to Get .Out cf Such a Fosilion, but Must Remember to Be Tactful and Considerate. II. Vv. T. Is young and ambitious. 71e tins Just been discharged from bin f.rst position 8iid he feels tbat be la tho victim of pross Injustice on the jj.Hi t of his employer. There are few things more pathetlo thnn the hclnless rase and Incredible nctonlBi:ment of a very young man when he first comes Into painful con tact with the blind and crushing iforces that often control modern busi ness. In his youthful dreams ...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 25 August 1911

J?a C t EVIDENTLY SHE WAS ANNOYED n Zy DR,J.5.KlRJLEy H13 Employment ployr e t Ills sports form one kind of exer cise but lire nut what we cull cm- Cmrnt. Some of hid employments turns Into snorts, some of the time; but usually they are work, noth ing fit work. ' The-re are throe reasons why be must have noma employment. One in that he get dleliHoe by It, In I;i 'dustry, In the adaptation of menus to , ntla. In foresight, In continuity and in .t'i'lf master;. Again thnt 1h the wsy llw lg getting ready for his career, for ithose are the very qualities he must ;have when he Rets out Into his life work; and hp must g.'t them started, :a3 habits, at the habit making time fit bis life. Two things are required ,c-hnrnoter and efficiency; and he is petting them, by menm of his work. The third renson Is that his services lire Indispensable in the home, even though his parents are rich enough to Ihlro everything they want done. A iBervant cannot put the spirit of n son into his work and a ch...

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. — 25 August 1911

; J I ! p rfi cr)Mi OF JACKSON T70U will appreciate a dollar that you save and the A dollar will appreciate at the rate of four percent per a;;r.ura if loft with U3 not loss than six months. We are ever ready to take c;'.re of your interests and he of use to you in any way consistent with good banking. Capitol Surplus William Park Lvov Cliitakd ? i 1 ; ! i EDW. D. HAYS Attorney at Law Notary Public ornoic in contT house JacI Ilote on Al McGuire went to St. Louis Tuesday. The Tuesday club met with Mrs. Fred Goyert this week. Mrs. Emma Buermann and daughters left Monday for St. Louis All of the Cape's leading attorneys- were here attending court this week. Jack Roberts of Oakridge was in the city Monday. Miss Linda Bienlien is visit ing friends in the Cape. Mrs. VV. Snider returned to her home in Edwardsville, Til nr i ii . : .l e 1 wunuayauwavi H Bev"" Qbermiller, of this city. Mrs,. D. A. Granger of Dexter who has been visiting her dau ghter, Mrs. Hasten Foe of this city, returned t...

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. — 1 September 1911

( Normil Ht Soil J! ft ) 1 u ""1 f 1 , E ! f ' tli Jj;i I ! ft-.ji ! i f ;! 1 ( .i 4 f THE PEOPLE'S PAPER 1 f1"" h n p.-nP'8 pi f latins. tow et tt py m kuBm.m mw h tn ii; im rue S'JrCr,!?TlCs-l PHICE, $t.C3 A YEAR, Pi ACVAfUC Vol. XIII Capo Girardeau, Missouri, Friday, September I, 1911. No. 43 1 i " i f T ' ' " Big Show Coming. The representatives of the Hagcr.beck-Wallace combined shows have completed all the ar rangements for the appearance of that world-famous enterprise in Cape Girardeau, September, C. For more than a decade the Great Wallace shows have main tained a prominent place in the front rank of American shows because of its unusual character istics as a circus, its essential quality of "different from other shows," its fine mcflagerie and its great display of finest horses in the, world. The Carl Hagcn beck. Trained Animal shows, which have a world-wide repu tation and which were enjoyed by many people of this country at two of the World's fairs, are eonceeded to be w...

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. — 1 September 1911

i Id 4U Hi-s i F.i:. -j Co. F'' "! T rf it-p!r t- " p - i Ustive MjrferSs-rt Z.ni--'irat4 s-i Sea-rt'r,-:' H?!;J Irs Dtris'cn ef Fcrcijn Opinion. It t a ciri?'!i but inevitable Irsey that U Ai&erican trr.-Mran-tict, foloT! for Its everweenlr; csr.!l flC fcOtl '.f . TX, should te of ail "rarrar.ntg leant reeetlve, r.rt for -il lis lv!J-frrc!n!DeM, should Vti'jw l!.-";; to m. When criticised. it f '.t.hT r"rj)x3 cr tnurt-J; vh-S t Vr r , f rr--) V-1?.!' T t- fal, a a 4 t'ernir.g'y ieligbtt In Eico-i. vt?p-ion. tr.3 niisreprtsnatlcn. A tniri Instance of tM insular trait la the ay Americans abroad es f ;rate their tatfrs- ir.aaisertstna and become veritable caricatures cf them selves la good ratured rr.iir.icry cf the national type. Ia Its eitrerue form the tendency Euil.t be cb&racierire 1 living up to, a libel to save the trouble end xpr:"ie cf legal jrwi icjes. V." hatter thia be cue to a sort ui'.n jkav.n cLiv&Iry cr to mere cbiid lab lrre?po-isitHity is aa Lard to Je tf...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 1 September 1911

WONDERS OF MODERN CLOCK USES OF GUTTERi.iiLK GETTING ALONG WITHOUT ICE HE MAD THEM IN A COnr.ER mid : ' mwm UMBRELLA HOLDER IS HANDY Leave Both Hand Free to Attend ts Other Things and la Convenient for Letter Carriers. Ono of tho things thnt has helped Iho popularity of the raincoat Is the universal objection to carrying an um brella. Indeed, people In soma occu pations find It Impossible to carry um brella, ani they will rejoice In the mpportor designed by an Indiana Han. Particularly will lotter carriers 9nd It a convenience, as It will hold n umbrella over their heads and leave both hands free to get mall from their bag and ring the doorbell. The Umbrella Holder. holder Is attacked to the user's coat and has a groove In It and hooks to engage whatever enters the groove, The handle of the umbrella Is placed In the groove and clamped fast, hold Ins the rain protector firmly above the owner's head. If the rain stops the umbrella can bo closed and car- lied In tho holder ferrule down...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 1 September 1911

liimmilffiOEffiffiKIIfflllllllSIIlfflSKO ! Uncle Joe Cannon did not aay l f at. 11 3 ft 4 B i w 4 V W W fc V W- lua I t 1 ra. 1 much during the special cession but Clark, Underwood and other Democratic leaders "threw a Notice to Construct CUswr.!".;, fit" every speech. time he made a1 Ccpiial, $500,000.00 All Paid Ve Pay 4 Per Cent on Tine 4 Per Cent on Savings Modest Interest on all Dsposits Curbs end Cutters To Trustees Baptist Church, Colored. In accordance with the provis ions of Ordinance No. 957 ap- 1 nrnvpii .Tnlv !. I'M I. ami a rout- o jiution adopted by the Council President Taft will soon be August 21, 11)11, you are hereby among the people of the West to notified to construct granitoid tell his own story. It will dif- Efi( lewalks. curbs and gutters, in . ,. , i . i front of lrt No. 47. Kan Re I. fer radically from the story t" frontin i)1.5 feot on Frederick be told by returning estcrn 'street, in the City of Cape Girar- Congressimen of the Democratic deau, Missouri, sa...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 1 September 1911

Bcconic a WITH A S O Your money will be kept in Absolute Securiiy Pannen'' , by check provides iinc!i?!!-n;t.'l receipt in the form of your returned -ran-celld checks. We offer the services of a strong, sound bank to the small, .as well as the large, depositor. Commercial and Saving Department. OFFICERS L. J. R. 1!. ALBERT. I'mident. OLIVER. V-Pres. Cape Local: Misses Maud and Marie Miller returned ibome from the Ozarks ' Wednesday. Miss-ulia Nettles is reported to be siok at her home on InJe- pendenee street. Mrs. d)r. liobbins of Illmo, is the guest of relatives here. Louis JViker and wife of Sikes- ton, pased through the aty ' Wednesday enroute to the entertainment tomorrow night Ozarks. , jjenry McNew, a stack buyer Paul .Williams returned komefrom Pbomfield. was an the city from Fort Scott, Kans., Wednes-; Tuesday on business, day whore he had been visiting j Misa Kitty Bairt returned relatives. j home Tuesday from m visit to Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lilly came ! down from St. Louis Mo...

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. — 1 September 1911

( s '.- . '. O. ,'. ! - MM , ;j, M,X 4. V v ? J I V.- II SYNOPSIS. Hownrd' .Vftrtsi, bnnUr'B 11 infliL-nr of U.tnrt SVHmt-rIii.1i-! Ht Tula. I-II.1 won, unrtr Wo of 1ls- l"tt'n, rfKtrrtpft t!i nmiithter of ft K'irn '.r ilicj In prison. mul Is rtlscnvncil v f fntlirr. H Ik out of work mJ In ti.'iM-, r i nirnlis. ITntfi-rwivt, who hml kkm' hf-n rnnfHl to Howard m st'P mTotlirr. Alicia. 1 apTarnllv In rrosiir- mh ('IroiirnHlmicos. Tiiklng irlvaninffl of n Infliiim'V with Alii-lrt, he tx-cnm1 R 0rt of .h lal hihihwfiynian. liscnvrinn Itiw true -inrnot-r. Alirta ilonl-w him the iroiit. jtp Kondn rnr a nol tho-atnlng utrMo. Art rU-alers for whom h ort-a win comniNftlonor. dman1 an account inff. i i-atmot mnWe rood. Unwnnl rHllf at mirtmnts In an intoxicated ronnl in to rr'uient a loan of 12.(M to enabla iin to tuk no a htmlrtfaa nropoHldon, Howard drinks himself Into R maudlin mmHt'on. nnfl cops to alcrn on a divan. A CdlU-r U announced and Underwood 'i'wn a ctwn around the drunken '"rer....

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. — 1 September 1911

iLs GUERNSEY COW THE "TOPSY" jUnllks Other Types of Hop Kind, Slie ' Is Not the Result of Brftedinc She "Jea Crowed." (Tly CIIATU.RS C. WENTLRU I The OuwnHey cow Is the "Toiisy" of t!io bovine world. llnlllio thcr typos of her kind, ehe Is not tho rpftult of brooding;; nho "Jess KrowptJ" that way and it is not until comparatively recently years, thru is after nho had been established an n distinct type, thnt efforts have been made to Improve her by breeding. The r.traln neeran to have been de veloped where It orlnlnatd on oco of I A Guernsey. the English group of islands which bear- the same name. She Is n mix ture of tbe large, red Normandy and the little, black Hrttalny breeds which were brought from the neighboring coast of France, the characteristics of both types being combined in her. Tho Normandy typos predominated, however, in the crossing, but she is the result of that cross, the Normandy features tod:y being most conspicu- cms. The bree.l has been kept pure ' for the reaso...

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. — 1 September 1911

n t; fl i 7. rj -fi Send for Monarch lit -rature it thoroughly explains Monarch construction. Try the Monarch you will at once h'arn that its superiority actually rests in the machine itrclf, not merely in what we sav about it. "monthly payments Monarch machines may be purchased on the monthly payment-plan. A post card will bring full particulars. o o V, I lie uonarcii n S08 Pine Street : : li -Ve are on the Square Doinj business with the people for the people A safe and secure depository for money and valu" ables. "And all business entrusted to us receives effi cient prompt and curteous attention. So come or send, and let us do business with and for you." Respectfully, iPIl OF JACKSON EDW. D.HAYS Attorney at Law Notary Public okkick in eoeuT iioesE Jackson Notes! James Hooper and wife, of Poplar Bluff, were the guest of I). Ilavs and family the first of the week. Mrs. Jas. McDonald and son, James, left Tuesday for Caruth- ersville to visit her mother, Mrs. Huntley, tlrs. Gerry Sibl...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 8 September 1911

II JIU! M.j ( A iO)i f' M ' i IKE PECPirS PAPE til AIM to plain Hi tin peop'f prl ! ttw llm. inm oi (tie pinp: ill N llmi, u nsyor n pMpi ill (hi tmn S'JSSCRSPTlOM PfUIZ, $1.C3 A TEAR, IN ASYA":? Vol. XII! Cape Girardeau, Missouri, Friday, September 8, 1911. No. 44 City Council Proceeding Thursday, August 31, 1911 Tl-.e Council met at the council chamber in adjourned regular session, pursuant t o adjourn ment. Hon. F. A. Kage, Mayor, presiding, with Councilmen Coerver, Flentge, Haas. Medley. Moeder, Morrison, and Wittrncr present; absent, Wilson. Prof. 13. G. Shackelford, by permission of the Mayor, au peared in person and presented a settlement made by the County Court of the taxes assessed against the College Hill Realty Company, for the year 1907. and requested that the city taxes be settled upon the same basis. Mr. Coerver moved that the matter be referred to the Ways & Means committee and City At torney for consideration and re port at the next meeting. A petition with 333 ...

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. — 8 September 1911

C: Vt w : - 1 ,. --.- U :b ? w-r .: err Si fi"n. 'i r-r-r-t or ct,-- Tu'i.s ie- of A ; KLft-d j s-.m.:. l Urm t iU t-i.- wi.t ! .'--try. r f V , f i J::L fcid tin: r. v tt. tx b- Ho a,-- r.;--e jMk 4,4.11. ;, z,c -j 1 ?r j : , t'r boi. - ".v.r. I.k? r of He !-!- B !.ld Lt T.ould b : 7 .; ir, Fui-i" tt -ir fcC-) c.-i T rtr.-r T!l i .-.3l Uorwn-'-1 tb c-fT c.T To-'it.T T' R.i-i-f .r,d tine r.vect c tiri. 1 n-ati -,r. j'? 1 :i. TTT ATT TIF .AT V : ? 7-tif: -v T'"''r J f "1'.. r ' V;u:- r T..-k. I: is ; : : ir. r. ni ,f r8"- :;r il I jELn' r't.-f .11.'.' irr:.'!1 v-c l r t:.r vrr t'.it s i ti - f'-t nf i -ni. TUs ci-iii. ln.'-"r !a f .""1 3-irft.r r,f 1- T Ti:. r.. - o a j-:-r' ! j J r.e : -4, -!''! tS.L? V.-i-"'.-:..!; t-. ;lt 1 , f'T. r ri'-n. )-r :: r- ,!,r Bt r.;.i-.:-.:--a. ! l-tC-1'-;!. v .:r (,:: Ji irr.j t..nr J'0:--.--,;-a in :h r-itijxi rrjc- f.a-i, t tt I t--,'.'.. i.:.. i.r b it l"";."K'E b-r v.'.l? : a c-.i- : r. I ::-.e tc t-. la vlc'.pr. 1 ST Wf-!: t'-t trj s Ir io tr.e I...

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. — 8 September 1911

1 ;5 lii A. 1 8YNOPSI9. ITowird .J.-fYrlca, hniikr-r'n Run. under li evil lnt1ii.M, n of ll.ih.Tt tlniliTwm.il. fnllnw -Htmli-nt ut Vnle, lends n llf of 1l Ipntlim, marries the (laughter of a iram Jiler whn 1 1 ! In prison, uml Is ilianwne d I'Y hta father, lit) Ik mil r,f work ami In ni-ni'i rnln atralln. t'nil'-rwnoil, i-ho hnrl om i- been iMiimitcil tn Hnwnrila atep mothrr. Alt-ln, I appntently In prosper mia riri'iiinstiiii'''-. Inklnx ndvnnt.'iKK of Ma llitima.-y with All. In, lie hei-mnea a ourt nf amlnl lilk'liwiivnutn niaruvctinir Ill true rhurni t. r. Alicia tl.Tilc him th Iioiiko. H atmiN her ii not (hnntenln anl.l.le. Art ileajer for whom he. n.-t.il na ciTimUfinTii'r, rh linnet an MivowntliiK JIk mnnut nmkii k"M. Hmvnnl rails nt IiiH apartmenta In nn lnioxleteil ruinlt tlnn In ri'unc.m a ln of I'J.mn to eniihle liim to take up a biiHlnem piMjiMsMlon. Jfovvarti flrlnUa hlrtmelf Intii ll imtti'lllii eomJIllon, nivl irnea to alerp on ft (ilvan. A rnllrr la anrmunrml mitl Un...

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. — 8 September 1911

V I? 1 1 oo e 534 V ' f v 1 1 1; r- . ri. jrv r- " " . , W w w W W fr,.f,. II rnl ?I . J Formerj tfco JacVon Hrald Put-ashed every Friday CEEALD ITBLISHIM; by tb 10SPAM.I ! SubBCrU'tiOD rri-e: J1.W r?r year Kntered as second clag ruam r al the post cEc? at Cape Girsrdau, Mo ucdr th act of March 3. 18TS. , We wish to announce to the public that we have secured the services of Jas. S. Mitchell of Canton. Ky. who will have! charge of the advertising and) job departments of The Herald, j and he will call on you soliciting; your patronage. With the ad dition of Mr. Mitchell to our force we are better prepared to serve the public, who now realize that the Herald offers good service, courteous treat ment and reasonable prices. City Council Proceedings. Continued from Page 1. read for the third time, its final reading. Mr. Haas rnoved to pass and adopt said ordinance, the motion prevailing, the roil ' was called, the vote on its passage and adop tion resulting: Ayes: Coerver, Hentge, Haas. ...

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. — 8 September 1911

Become a WITH Your money will be kept in Absolute Security Payments by chock provides undisputed receipt in the form of your returned can celled checks. We offer the services of r strong, sound bank to the small, as well as the large, depositor. Commercial and Saving Department. OFFICERS L. J. ALBERT. President. H. L. MACIIEN, Cash. R. B. OLIVER. V-I'res. J. F. LILLY, A. Cash Cape Locals II. II. Mueller of Jackson -was in the city Sunday. He went from here to St. Louis lo pur chase opera chairs for his new opera house in Jackson. W. W. Taylor of Jackson pass ed through the city Monday en route to Kennett. Miss Edna Looney left Sunday for Morley to teach school. Wm. Vedder transacted busi ness in Morehouse Monday. J. GL Heinberg of Jackson passed through the city Monday on his way to St. Louis. lialph Brown of Jackson was in the ity Tuesday. Several railroad mea from Chaffee attended the funeral of John Mclntrye last Sunday. Mercer L Wilson transacted business in Commerce Tuesday. A ...

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. — 8 September 1911

MM "Liberty Ball" Shap ith the World's Workers REVIEW . of PROGRESS Til AT . IS . BEING MADE ALONG . LL . LINKS of ENDEAVOR MOT AND PAIN v v AVOUCH s a Works Havoo With Rest of Force, Especially in the Dog Days. KEVER GOT A MAN ANYTHING Cheerful Disposition Well Worth Cul tivating and Really It a Business Asset At Least One Need Not Deliberately Make Oneself a Grouch. Kind of p on your car tht'so warmish days. en? Sort of feel Ilka a cross between a yap who's been disappointed In love and a anappiu' turtle, don't you? Nothing looks good to you, and every one seems to have it in for you, eh? Well, choke that crouch can It! A grouch never got a man anything and It never will. Run over the list. In your mind's eye, of your business acquaintances, rick out those who stalk along each day with a sour rapes expression and a chip on their shoulder. May be they never get etung in any deal, but what do they amount to? Does anyone like them? . Have they any real friends? Aren't they Insufferab...

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