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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 21 August 1914

THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD Hews From The County Seat BUSINESS MEN TO DISEASE TO KILL ' DUELLING COUNT iMAYOR ASKED TO LONDON CLERKS TO TOUR THE C0UNTRY4 MORE THAN WAR IS MAN OF HOUR CHOOSE ROAD MEN GO TO THE FRONT Cape and Jackson Leaders to 'Army Surgeon Thinks One Stephen Tisza is Looked Upon Cape Girardeau Delegates Men Are Orcanizinc to Dc- Visit Merchants and Far Will Die in Battle to Three As the Person Responsible Will Attend Good Roads strt Stores to Take Par; mers Next Month. of Illness For War Meeting in Dixie. In Cunflict. FIGHT MADE ON COUNTY OFFICERS .iBiunjf tne various towns in the coun . iuey win aiso iraieimze witn the irtn.itrs along tne route they have mapped out. ine object of this tour is to bring ine people oi tne various small towns in tne country in close communion miui Cape Uitardeau ana Jackson, mis city and the County Seat are working in perfect harmony, in spite ii thp recent efforts of some noliti- Farm Adviser and Highway cians to cr...

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. — 21 August 1914

THE CAPE COUNTY HERALD AND CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE (Cttu iUuxi in jjvtcf (i. V. Freeman of Chicago is a busi visitor in this city. C. C. Martenson of Chaffee was a business visitor in the Cape yesterday. M. S. Pike, a hotel man of Advance, is in the city on a business trip. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Brown of St. Louis are visiting friends i nthis city. A. J. Daniel of I'erryville was a business visitor in the Cape Saturday. C. Anderson of Cairo, 111., was a business visitor in this city yesterday. F. Yronn of Xaylor is in the city on a business trip. Tom Johnson of Fredericktown is in the city on a business trip. J. T. Harrow of Mine la Motte, is looking after some business matters Chnrbs Cherry of McClue, 111., is visiting friends in this city . T. J. Pryor of Cairo, III., transacted business in this city Saturday. C. A. Vandivort of Jackson was in this city o na business trip Saturday. Stanley Dees of Oblong, III., visiter friends in this city yesterday. John Tlapek of St. Marys, was a busin...

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. — 21 August 1914

THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNT YIIERALD THK FORI OF PEACE. Now what care I what woe may be So long as dreams remain? The days of youth that used to be In dreams come back again. The voices that I used to hear In hours now long gone by Re-echo through those visions clear As bird notes in the sky. Tho high hopes of the days of youth Now shattered past repair A cony wreck ure they, in truth, All buried deep in care In dreams ah, they are realized In measure running o'er. And I, the failure, the despised, Hold close to them once more! And then the love my heart doth hold A secret sweet from all! Ungratified forever, cold, Gone ever past recall. When stars are whispering above My cot, stark and alone, I dream, and dreaming find my love Hath come to be mine own! Ah, blessed dreams! God's kindly gifts To east the heart and soul! Mid clouds of disappointment, rifts That open to the goal! Ouses they in desert hopes; Sweet harbors of release Where for the lost the gateway opes Into th...

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. — 21 August 1914

i CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD 7 X '. During these hot days you want something that is cooling, appetizing and invigorating - V ' . ' n Will fill the bill. Its foam is like the snow and it's as pure as the dew. CAPE IDEAL is the best drink made. ERY AND 1C CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO. COMPANY HOWARD BLACK IS KICKED BY PONY Lad Twice Hurt by Pet In Two Weeks, Now in Se rious Condition. Howard Black, the 5-year-old son of Walter F. Black, while driving with some other children in the north part of the city yesterday morning, was kicked in the head by his pony and dangerously injured. When the accident occurred the lit tle fellow was leaning over the dash board whipping the pony. The animal resented this treatment by kicking viciously, one hoof striking the youth ful driver in the forehead and crush ing his skull. He was conveyed to his home in a delivery wagon, and from there taken to St. Francis Hospital, upon the ad vice of Dr. H. L. Cunningham, who had been called to attend th...

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. — 28 August 1914

k. I "TV CAPE NORMAL BCHOl mmmmmiimmmmum AND THE CAPE COprtTY 1IEHALP j. Volume XVI CAPE GIRARDEAU, jnSSlTAL'GlJST 27, 1914 Number 35 LONDON FEARS ATTACK SAYS GERMAN PAPER Hamburg Daily Reaches . the British Metropolis With Stories of V ar. PLACES LEIGE DEATH LIST AT HARDLY 1000 Tells' How Wounded Germans In English Hospitals Are Being Treated Lomlbn; Aug. 27. Startling stqries are to bo' found in late German news papers, which have arrived here by roundabout routes. Das Fremdenblatt, the leading jour nal in Hamburg, declares Germans un der treatment in London hospitals were compelled to leave the insutu tions oh the around that their supply of food and medicines was limited and therefore foreigners could no longer be cared for. The same , newspaper .asserts all London post offices and telegraph of fices are i housed in stronir wire net ting, which reaches 'from the streets up over their roofs,, this precaution' ary measure being due to fear Zep- elin airships' may drop bombs upon t...

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. — 28 August 1914

vv - f nB CAPE COUNTY HERALD AND CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AUTO TAKEN FROMJACKSON, LEFTIN DITCH Three Men Who Took It for Joy Ride Are Said to Have Been Hurt WIND SHIELD WRECKED GLASS CARVES DRIVER Wheel Torn from Machine Motor Almost Wrecked, Brought to Cape. Yesterday morning an automobile said to belong to a man by the name of Musgrave from Advance, was taken from where he had left it, standing on the street in Jackson, and driven with reckless speed in the directioo of Cape Girardeau. 'After going about two and one-half miles along the gravel road, the ma chine was ditched, turning completely rer and throwing its occupants a dis tance of several feet. At the time of the accident the ear was occupied by three men and all of tkem were -injured to some extent. The driver, who is said to be from Ad vance was the most seriously hurt, aving received some severe cuts by flylfg glass from the wind shield, which was completely shattered. One of the front wheels was com fletely demolished and t...

Publication Title: Cape Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 28 August 1914

THE CAPS COUNTY HERALD AND CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE 1? GLENN HOLDINGS GO FOR A SONG; $8,500FORALL Sale of Ring, Horse and Bag gy, Made In Advance, Now Contested. JUDGE WHO APPROVED IT NOW ANTAGONISTIC Allen Kimra 1 Who Bought Property to Give to Mer chant to Contest. Lot No. 17, block 1, Glenn's Place, Al len Kimmel, $167. Lot No. 16, block 1, Glenn's Place, Joe Haas. S148. Lot No. 15, block 1, Glenn's Place, .Toe Haas. tl48. Lot No. 14, block 1, Glenn's Place, Joe Haas, $148. Lot No. 3, block 2, Glenn's Place, Joe Haas, $130. Lot No. 4, block 2, Glenn's Place, Joe Haas, $138. . Lot si and 2. block 1, i. Houck's Third Division, Dr. Yount, $705. Lot No. 6, block 1, G. Houck's Third Division, Dr. Yount, $402. Lots 12 and 13. block 9, G. Houck's Third Division, Dr. Yount, $330. Lota 13. 14. 15 and 16, block 1, C Houck's Third Division, Dr. Yount, ttu Wv tit grief F. J. Curran of St. Louis paid the Cape a business visit Saturday. The following Darty of Sikeston people took passage on the ste...

Publication Title: Cape Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 28 August 1914

THE CAPE COUNTY HERALD AND CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND THL CAPE COUNTY H KRAI. I). Every Friday by Tin; tAi'i; (.ikaudeau pirlishing company AIM'l.ll' A I'M I'MI KNIiiV A- srt'i M I.A Mni.ll AT TflK V Vl'i: I.IHMMH.AI, Mil, PKXIUXli POST UIHCI ON K DOLLAK PER YEAK IN ADVANCE "Hilly Stubblofield." as he is affectionately called by the boys who love tlio ponies, anil the HON, a. Ross art icported to be on the verge of peevishness over The Tribune's account of the Glenn bankruptcy sale. It is really depressing to learn that this brace of philanthropists av about to lose their tempers at the same time. Now if the Evening c'leese would sh..- signs of v akiug up, somebody might be iiuluint to throw a powder uuT. Tin: war ct.ori) and its sii.wk lining. Kvitc cl'Uid ha its silver lining, is an old adage, but it remains true even in the pis'iit sir. little for sipromacy in Europe. If the present war i'ii::i'nu.'. fr ai.y utr.t l ngth. and experts vcrn: f.o think it will, ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 28 August 1914

LAST 2 DAYS OF THE BIG SALE Saturday, August 29th and Monday, August 31st. AMERICAN CLOTHING COMPANY, Corner Main and Themis streets Opposite the Sturdivant Bank, Cape Girardeau, Mo. Notice the large red sign in front of the store which says, "EMERGENCY SALE." FATHER LEVAN WAS HELD AS SPY 1NFR ANCE Popular Cape Priest Arrested In Havre and Quizzed By Police. OFFICIALS THOUGHT HE WAS FROM GERMANY Borrowed Money In Paris For Homeward Trip When St. Louis Checks Were Refused After being marooned in France, where he served as interpreter for a host of stranded Americans and was arrested as a German spy, I'M her T. F. I.evan, C. M pastor of St. Vin cent's church, arrived in the Capo yvs tenlay with a thrilling story of his experiences. j Father Levari wa sa delegate from ' this district to a conference of Catho lics, which wai held in Paris for the purpose of transacting business of much importance to the Catholic hurch. The conference met in Paris the day before orders came for the troop...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 28 August 1914

... i V Till CAPB COUNTY IIKBALD AND CAMCJTXEKLY TEI8UNE A RHYME OF THE CITIES. ('aid little Johnnie to the Owl: "I've heard you're wondrous wise, And so I'd like to question you; Now, please, don't tell me lies. The first thing, then, I'll have you tell, My empty mind to fill, ' ' ' I'rajf, was it that explosive beef That made Chicago ill. ? "I've heard it said, yet do not know la, fact, it may be bosh Then, tell me, is it lots of dirt, That makes Seattle Wash.? "When certain things will not go straight To right them we should try, 60, maybe, you can say what 'til Sets Providence, R. I.T "Another thing Itwlsh I cquld Inform iny, waiting 'M . I just how many priests it tagea To say the Boston Mass.? , nU'ii,.thMUM.of running debts, , As you must surely, know. bis secret,' then, impart to me: Row much does Cleveland O. ? In ages, too, you must be learned, More so than many men. So, tell me, in a whisper, please, When was Miss Nashville Tenn.? It takes great heat the gold to melt And ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 28 August 1914

THE CAFE COUNTY HERALD AND CAPE EKLY TRIBUNE AUSTRIA'S RULER REPORTED DYING Death of the Pope Caused Fatal Rellapse, Says London Report . London, August 24, An ex change telegram from Copenha gen reports from an authorative sovuee that Emperor Franz-Jo-soph's condition is much worse and that death is a question f bat a fewhourv The death f .Pope Pius X is belief ed to Wive been responsible for the sadden relapse. 'V Vienna, Aug. 23. Frans Josef has been called the "Eaiiperor of Sorrows" of Austria because of he kmg record of tragedies that attends -his reign. The Curse of the Hapsburf a" haunt d him in his declining; yars. Of all jthe figures in contemporary history, his was at once one of th most mag- . nif icent and the moth pathetic With a long and eventful life .behind him, a life overcast by disasters na wouia have unseated a feebler ruler and sad' .'dened bv sorrows that would have 'wrecked a weaker man, in the even , ing of his days he bore -the burden of t the dual crown unb...

Publication Title: Cape Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 28 August 1914

dBf2 WEKLYTRlBUNE.ANDCAPE 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. :Y AND ICE 0 CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO. GA PE EREWEK OM P ANY GLENN DENIES INTERVIEW BY JUDGE ROSS the matter into a legitimate court be-. J fore they would permit Ross and Stub blefield to get possession of the gems. Uy taking the diair.ond.s, the horse and buy.gy, the Glenn fortune of et terday was reduced to almost Hie widow's mite. In all proceedings of Says He Didn't List Diamonds In Confcrcr.c Willi Bank ruptcy Referee. MAYOR KAtiE SAYS SALE WILL STAND Resents Efforts of Ofuials lo An nul Purchase of Gems and Horso and I5uCy. at Judge Alexander Boss, referee in bankruptcy, was almost shoved into the unanius club yesterday afternoon by David A. Glenn, the well-known merchant. Mr. Ross yesterday stated that be fore W. H. Stuhblefield was appointed receiver, M...

Publication Title: Cape Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 4 September 1914

C'at,f' Normal School filmic pirn AM) T1IK CAPK COUNTY II 1J It A I.I CAPE GIRAKI)EAlT, MISSOURI, SEPTEM1SK11 1, 1911 V dure XVI Number 36 CAPT. GEO. ALT GOES TO WAR FOR ENGLAND Former Cape Girardeau Man to Join King George's Army at the Front HAD LONG WANTED TO FIGHT FOR COUNTRY Tried to Aid England During Boer Uprising Brother Died in Battle Capt. George Alt, who until two years ago was a resident of Cape Gir ardeau, sailed from New York Tues day on the steamer Olympic for Eng land, where he will join the British army and go immediately to the front. The first news of his plans reached this city yesterday morning in a let ter from Capt. Alt to. Mrs. George Bell, a close friend of Capt and Mrs. Alt. In his communication, he was uncertain whether he would sail from New York or go to Canada and report for duty. A dispatch to The Tribune from New York last night stated that he departed Tuesday morning. Capt. Alt will enter the army probably as a Ma jor, because of Britain's dearth of ...

Publication Title: Cape Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 4 September 1914

s THE CAPE COUNTY HERALD AND CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE 1U HORSE HURLS BOY INTO A MACHINE - i Everett Louis Knocked Ln conscious.Sorry He Couldn't Manage Steed Everett Louis. II year olfl, who I .is on Si.it!i I ro'li'i ick Mreet, nar rowly death yesterday after iicHiti, when a runaway horse, which he was driving, ran into an autoniohlle licinc driven by' Dr. I'tttil William., at Middle .-11111 lielleyue streets. The '. id v:is hurled out of tin- v hi -1 ations along the Franco-Belgian bor der, paying: "Our people will meet cither good or had news with surety, i it we again warn the Government that keeping the public unnecessarily in the dark by indiscriminating cen sorship is weakening the valuable as- ' sot of national confidence. "It is evident that the Germans arc ' pursuing their originaf plan of at tack which has for its objective strik ing Paris from the northeast, the east and the southeast, the base of this tri- ' angular ' movement, extending" ff om Lille to Alsace.. KAIN HEARING...

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. — 4 September 1914

THE jCAff, WEEUT TB1BUNI AND CAfS COUNTY IIEKALD 11UUVW MXLVKV FROM HOMETO isjswed nr jlOUCM KAIN HGAZE jNTO GUN Ilcp?rter AttatkeU and Skull Claude, i lljggiris , - Knocked Believed Fractured In Revolver From, Lum Cope Crescent Restaurant land When Told He j Must Die. PATROLMAN'S CLUB ; i -.i ' ! ' ' I , ; ,f PREVENTS RESCUE y THREAT TQ KILL Iq CLIMAX OF OLD FEUD I ' t l ''.II ' - 'V . .,1'lKi I . .the . . ' ; r... . .. . . PattoTWan Tlttf son 'Cfased Dis turber Into'ConiitV Where He Poes Totb Hiding ..... Itrtv in gtief -E. B. Koblee of Sikeston business, visitor in the Cape day. E. N was a yester- Louia lwry -f -Campbell spent ( Saturday here on business. Mrl Barber of Parryvinei former' student at the Normal made a busi ness trip to the Cape yesterday after-" noon. ' W. CTBcoirg'n'orDolupTian'Wos in' ine vape saturaay on mailers reia- Offkbr isi Arrested By- Constable Charged , With Attempt to Kill f - Richard W. FrisseH, . reporter The" Tribune was ' attacked u'lii' for ,ttcv.i...

Publication Title: Cape Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 4 September 1914

THE CAPE COUNTY IIERALII ANII f ArBm:KIIV'TR1llCNE THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND THK ( AIM: COlNTY HKRAI.O. Every Friday by THK CA1E (ilKAKl)EAi: I'lKLlSHINC. COMPANY. An,,UH roll KNTKY AS sKl ' I ( I. A" MAIM II t TIIK l' 'ST nl'HCK at t Ai'i: .iu iu)1:ai , m.. it.nmm; ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR IN ADVANCE THK GLUM AN AMERICAN. Marshal Says Wilson Will Be Candidate for Reelection The picnic given under the auspices of the German-American Alliance at the oM I air Grounds Sunday was an event that brought credit to those who planned it. Despite the huge crowd that participated in the outng, was not a single evidence of rowdyism during the day. !t was a gathering of men, women and children. The little folks romped over the picturesque hills while their elders fraternized with neighbors and old acquaintances. It was more of a reunion than a picnic. Such outings tin much good and no harm, and it is to be hoped that they become frequent summer events. The picnic, though nrranged by German-American...

Publication Title: Cape Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 4 September 1914

THE CAPE COUNTY HERALD AM) CAPE WEEKLY TKIBl .N News From The County Seat Jackson, Sept 3. A. P. Williami and Mrs. Pearl Minke, his daughter, departed today for St. Louis where they will visit for a short tine, after which they contemplate continuing -their journey to Uie northwest. Thomas Hunt of Wolf Lake, III., v as in Jackson today on a business trip. County Surveyor L. M. Bean board ed the Iron Mountain train for Laflin this morning whore he has some work that will detain him for the next few -days. Circuit court was not in eesnlon to day, and after disponing of a few minor matters tomorrow, Will prob ably adjourn. Farm Adviser McWilliamS drove out into the country today to vaccin ia te Borne hogs with cholera serum. Thus far the disease has been kept well under control this year, and it is believed that by proper care it will be eliminated entirely. Charles Behrens, who has been em ployed as an accountant for the Cape County Milling company for eight een years, has resigned hi...

Publication Title: Cape Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 4 September 1914

WETS CAPTURE SCOTT COUNTY BY 800 VOTES Prohibitionists Make Poor Showing In Contest for Local Option. 1 DRY MAN IN KELSO THREE HUNDRED WETS Farmers Surprise Dry By Voting Overwhelmingly In Favor of Saloons. The wets in Scott county yesterday won nn easy victory over the drys in the lacol option election. With two precincts to be heard from, it was an nounced last midnight that the wets were more than hOO votes ahead. William H. Heiserer, the Denton banker, said that only three precincts in the county were carried by the Prohibitionists. The election yester day was participated in by every town in the county except Sikeston and Chaffee. By eliminating Chaffee from the contests, the drji thought tllcy would carry the rural districts and small towns by ah eiverw'helinfng vole. The contest became rather heated during tin- past few weeks, and much, literature was circulated by1 both fac tions. The unti-prohibitieipists made their tight by showing w h'it?ifould cost the people of that cou...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 4 September 1914

THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNT YIIERALD A SONG IN TIME OF DEPRESSION (From the Piaute) No' all singing Dreums are gone, Hut none knows where they have fled Nor by what trails they have left Die. ' ', Return, Oh Dreams of my heart And sing in the Summer twibghl. By the creek and the almond Thicket Ad the field that is,. bonified v ith lupins' Z1" r Npw is my refute to 'i?e!c lit the hollow of the ftv 11 si ldi'8 Suice the singfrig in stoppiM in Ahd '.V: tatlh antho sky refuse? nv; 'Nyw rv.e t I hold V t!i" vet oi a r.,el Vfiien the high whiteWir. ars un friendly. Ofer-sweet is the ref: tVr"'.p tir.g turn and sing, O my Dreams i the dewy and palpitant pusti.res, III the dove of living awakes nd the strength t the hilU to np- Shold me. JMr. M. J. Cunningham of Letch- feld, Kentucky, is visiting his son, Dr. E. Cunningham and family. iMrs. Drum returned to her home at irble Hill after a most enjoyable Kit with her son, Ed Drum, and fam- il r of Merriwether street. The younger so...

Publication Title: Cape Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 4 September 1914

cwv. wkfki.y tkiwnk and cape c ounty 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 its as pure as tne dew. IDEAL is the best drink made. CAPE BREWERY AND Lh COMPANY CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO. SECOND DAY OF TOURINCOUNTY ECLIPSES FIRST Cape and Jarkson Men Find Merchants and Residents Very Enthusiastic. FRIED CHICKEN AND WATERMELON FARE Arthur Bowman, Reaching Home, Says County Is the Host In the World. most picturesque towns ia the coun ty, shortly after 11 o'clock. A great crowd had assembled in the town hall and several speeches were made. The speakers discussed good roads, and in dorsed the work of the Farm Advisor and Highway Kngineer. After the noon day feast, which the visitors described as being the best food they ever sampled, they proceed ed to Daisy. A delegation of business men and fanners met the Cape and Jackson party, and a reception follow ed. From Daisy, the delegation journey to...

Publication Title: Cape Weekly Tribune, The
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