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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 8 September 1911

a'. V ZTJ?n OOyFlBJ THE BOY A boy wonder rrmy nttll bp round, bora and lliore. but I am not bringing n cluirgo to that effect HRnltiHt nny boy of my acquaintance. There liavo boon surh in tho past, there wilt be In the future, and we liavo heard of a few, now living, thounh It In not like ly that the charga could be sustained, In every instance. Wo can never forget Watt, whose genius showed itself, when he watch ed tho steam lift th lid of his moth er's tea kettle; nor John Stunrt Mill, who waa thinking through philosophi cal problems, and In technical lan Kuage, long In-rore he reached hia teoiin. Tope said: "I Duped In numhern, for the numbers came," evi-n though some now think he never did anything but lisp, except limp. The late John risk was a good Greek and Latin and phlloi-ophlcal Kcho'.nr, before tho average boy of that age had learn td bin grammar. Student of music ran never forget how the boy, Han del, stole Into the chape' lu tho dark and played the org;;n till they were ...

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. — 8 September 1911

8 J i t! I r- ivdioimaFCia Semi for Monarch literature it thoroughly explains Monarch construction. Try the Monarch you will at once learn that its superiority actually rests in the machine itself, r.ot merely in what we say about it. MONTHLY FAYMENTS Monarch machines may be purchased cn the monthly payment plan. A post card will bring full particulars. o o The Monarch H 808 Pine Street Ye are on the Square oind business with the people for 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, WILLIAM. PARR. Cashier. THie Peoples OF JACKSON EDW. D.HAYS attorney at Law Notary Public OKrICIL IN COVttT HOUSE Jackson Notes! Misses Linda Bienlien and Dora Kies visited relatives in the Cape last Saturday. Paul and Pearl Phillips and Miss Gertrude Johnson are here from Bloomfield to attend the Normal school. Blucher Sterling was in 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. — 15 September 1911

vm r- - rn -": i I r , i , i MS M M M M - - : ! : i 4 ; i .( . J j M 11 ' ' J .. . m . o THE PEmE'S PAPEJl SUCCr.SS COMES TO THOSE 80 CO OUT ACO CET IT" Vol, XIII Capo Girardeau, Missouri, Friday, September 15, 1911. No. 45 ORDINANCE NO. 981. j An ordinance defining the limit3 of the harbor of the city, establishing the office of port warden, and defining his duties and liabilities, and making sun dry provisions for the regulation of the levee and harbor. lie it ordained by the council of the city of Cape Girardeau, Missouri, as follows: Section 1. Harbor of city; limits defined. The harbor of the city of Cape Girardeau shall comprise the bed of the Mississippi river, the channels, the sloughs, bayous, bars and islands from the north line of the city limits to the south line thereof. Section 2. Wharf of city, limits defined. The wharf of this city shall comprise Water street, and all the lands, river banks and beach dedicated, condemned or belong ing to the city for1 wharf pur poses...

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. — 15 September 1911

'iiehe cglo;;el :;ev;coe e;;ded, ins days , , ..1 'linlliWitl! ill liUMsstfAWts C ' W..3 thro era h; .1 IM trip Kito town s not to he -fU'y'd cvtry day. And awy we rarted. U a J'-i!;;l,'.f,jl. V.e ir',T r.1 v ti.a i'ark(i fin! tiir".!:'"l . . . . - , u r Crcps r.ikz G:;i tN: Farrars cf Western Cci:. - V h SI 1 v 1 S o 4 "y i ' : f. H i. i ." H iiv t Frei YIELD ViLL EE niCGHD C?.'E ""'" ;l"1' " A d it. nr.rl In K' ! ,7 . L1 - - v-ii i: : lot : . ; '7 ,- 5 caTt:?- ' :f i ' '.1 a a A:r.tt"ia t: ii th F- - - y l, ; -., wh--.r C,C -. '' .a ( J 11 .. f ) -va" fc-if- I it -- ;; t a- ;ti, t ,-! t;-.-s.f : l.i t: i -.t sv;--.ry ha4 be I i-rr.t-f-.a-'.i ta I.i:. rs-jsk r. j it t :-. t-'r-a- es',-c- t 5 r.'-i tr-rw s'itT trt-a. Jh: i ; t.r ! "'-'i ..-r t.'.i irrhil i far'.' t ; ! f rt at !; o i,: 2..: T'.'.Z. .3 , ..: cr a ei.j t i.-m to Tt -.r. :-r 1 7, -2 fcj- '.e i -- a cf t.i? .:-- j -'" s, - Crrrs-.'.r.rf to u.ai ti ? i tr -r't'.':h to ei tl IsUmi. j St twl-jr s.?.4 fcc-ilarit . tljt pl i...

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. — 15 September 1911

TWiFTtTs mm OIAMLES KLEIN. ' ' Y ARTIIURHORNBLOW ILLUSTRATION BY WAY MSUXR$ Cf"rWi;i(r, 1909, V C.W. DILUMOMAH CfWANV SYNOPSIS. ltnvrt .TefTrlm, hnnktr' unn, nnflr th tYll nf1mni rf Hobwrt VndrwnHt. tl(.ti0rn( t Ynlo, liads a life of rtl f'tvsitfn, mnrrl-s the dttughtor of ft urn-ti-f xrlt" riifl In prlnon, (inil Is iIUdwh'iI fir (it fntlirr, H In out pf work nn-1 In ("KtM irnl;, tfri'l"rwonrt, who had t-rvri rnvp.t,A ti Howard's atfp BlJifr, A lh In, Is opnaruntly In prnnper- f livvnxilanrrn. Taklnn urtvnntiiK" of i InHinwv with Alicia, h I'M'miin a f (vla Michwnvmon. I'll"-ovrln tru 'lirootir, Allr.la ilnilM Mm the l Bri.ln hr a net thrralnlnK trifc!v. Art drnUrn for whom lie srteil ft" cftmnittutlnner, rtxTnanfl an aToimUnsr. l rwimnt rrmke Rnfid. Howard calls nt hi nivai (mot. In In an Intoxlrati'il condi tion ti rrooMt a loan of 2.D00 to etinhlo Mm n nWo up a MislnnKa projvl'ln. Jlo-fM drinks hlmnnlf Into a maudlin fviitni.sii, n1 fro to s1pp on a divan. A rollr In nnttunri4 (i...

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. — 15 September 1911

r;:cr.e aj; 11 5 ti t . r-( -.. .-. .vrf .., v.. . w ri.K.fctt-d every Krhlay by Mr pike: C J .CO r-tr year ia dvaric. i-oit t!T,c st Caji Girardtau, Mo ufidvr tie net cf March 3, 17S. Champ Clark 13 having a hard f-'ht to keep his Missouri fences up ?mj keep Dryan inhighpo-j litksd spirits, the latter an ex ceedingly strtnuous job for a likely (?) tresidentiil candidate. Poor Clark; pitiful Eryan. -" ' o The merchants of Cape Gir ardeau are preparing some great bargains for the fall trade and the people who trade here will not regret i. In fact this is the recognized shopping center, as there is such an enormous assortment of bargains in the various stores that a fellow can not help being attracted by the offerings of Cape merchants. o Lets all pull together for Cape, it arrt. tya ... . i county. United effort is the on- jy irue meujou w &ucces. iiie fellow who desires his home and fielf to prosper must be a part of it in activity and work for the general good. The Herald is a ...

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. — 15 September 1911

Dccc:::c a Deposit with the ,1 j ?! jf p " V Cut 11 6 Your money will be kept in Absolute Security Payments by check provides undisputed receipt in the form of your returned can celled checks. We offer the services of a strong, .sound l ank to the small, as well as the large, depositor. Commercial and Saving Department. OFFICERS L. J. ALBERT. President. R. R OLIVER, V-Pres. II. I MACIIEN. Cash. J. V. LILLY. A. Cash Cape Locals Let Herald ads tell your cus tomers about your store. 'Phone No. 2 and a solicitor will call on you. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bargmann of Chester 111., spent a few days in the city s guests of relatives and friends. FOR SALE-50 cords of dry oak cord wood. T. A. McDonald Jackson, Mo., R. F. D. No. 1. Phone 23ZU. W. A. Bohnsack, Jr., has re turned from St Louis, where he went to add to his recent pur chases of fine fall merchandise. WANTED GO head of Stock Sheep, 10 head Stock Cows and 20 head of Yeai lings. See Lawrence Morrison, 25 South Spanish street, city. 45-4t I...

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. — 15 September 1911

-'i g is I .M A J ? j U'DY FCa FILLING EQTTLE rrar.ntus Pumps Liquid Into Thsm and Gs Don Not f sctipiAvolds Certain Amount of Wtstg. V-rr rriMiy yenpl who sre fond of xnl wine kUI appro-late tUa value of , it Invention cf a German for filling txiUks. Tho dealers will be grateful fK-tujne It enables them to fill bottles fci'ro rnpldly and without waste, and fro consumers will rejoice that the For Filling Bottles. liquid comes to them In the same con dition that It la In the keg. The ap paratus consists of a pump arrange ment. Uio bottom end of the pipe or rhich fits Into the bur.ghole of the c&ik from which the bottles are to be filled. At, the top of the pipo Is a r.jfKot, which fits Into, the i;eck of a buttle. The bottle rests on a strong In"ng, which keeps it always closely pressed to the spigot. In tho middle f tho pipe Is a rump, and by working the handle o this air Is pumped Into tbe keg and the liquid Is forced Into the bottle. Where a bottle was fille'd from a cask by 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. — 15 September 1911

hllCODit iv vumi. est !--Ir:rv A I iJ, 1 " . - , r ' ; 5 v '.- MACHINE FOR STUMP BURNING With Auger Shown In Jlluotratlon Two Men Can Bore and Elurn One Hundred Stump In Day. HurnlriK, if done ppn-.lstontly, la ton. r!lerel hy mnny farmers a much liet ter method of removing plno stumps than dynamiting, pulling or cutting and flfcRlriR out. To burn properly, a trench must ho dug a foot or so deep on one eldo, and an nugor nolo bored through on a downward slant from th thor Fid. The) niifrrr hole Is unuiilly atnrtod Jutit al)ovo the surfneo of tlio ground, and comes out on tho other Kldo Jut.t Boring Machine fcr Stump Burning. above tho bottom of tho trench. A firo In then kindled In the trerrch, and, as It burns, some of tlio fire U drawn up Into the hole by tho draft. Thi:-t fire feeds upon the stump and tho bole burns larger nnd larger until the Ktutnp Is practically all consumed. Usually tho stump burns down to a depth of IS or 18 Inches below tho surfaco of the ground, which Is w...

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. — 15 September 1911

l ) Dcvlle tK V.!ae d Yo;:r Ojcrs.?.or's Service. The employer who con siders hi employees R3 well an himself will ac cuse a better diys work. The light key action an inclusive Monarch fea ture no lightens the operator's labor that j-ho turns out a greater vol ume of work, propor tionately increasing the va'io of her rvrvices. The thoughtful employ er must aypreciatc 5i 7 LIGHT TOUCH S'if'l for Monarch literature it thoroughly explains Monarch construction. Try the Monarch you will at once learn that its superiority actually rests in the machine itself, not merelv 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 n HI ' 1 i.Zonarch Typewriter Co. SOS Pine Street : : ST. LOUIS, MO. j ! I Always Always meeting every obligation. ! Always trying to supply every banking want of I this eoijimunity. Always using the fruits of experience to render j better service. I Always following beaten...

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. — 22 September 1911

THE FECTLfS PAPER "SUCCESS lOMT.S TO T05E WHO 60 OUT AXD CFT If u:::r.!?Tis--j rr.::r, ji.c3 a rr.u, n i: Vol. Xfll Capo Girardeau, Missouri, Friday, September 22, 1911. No. 4G CITY COUNCIL. Journal of Proceedings. Semi-r.iont.hIy Regular Session. Council Chamber City of Cape Girardeau, Mo, Monday Evening, Sept. 18. It'll. The ' council met in regular session, Honorable F. A. Kage, presiding and the following members present: Messrs. Coerver, Flentge, Haas, Moedcr, Morrison, Wilson and Wittmor. Absent Mr. Medley. The journal of the proceedings of the meeting of September the 4th, was read and there being no 'objections or corrections, same were on motion of -the Mr Coervcr, approved. A petition from the Board of Education, of the city, through its secretary, praying the coun ' cil for permission to lay a board walk, eighteen inches wide, on t!.e south side of Washington avenue, from Middle street to Fountain street, thence north along the Old City Cemetery and Anderson's property to...

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. — 22 September 1911

wiMaatrrW w.i,rv tn LOUIS JOSEPH VINPE Atjcicn "inn krass uowir me. xim:miwi,m by mm wmsmo CMAPTCR 1. Destiny end the Babu. vlif aVtiig svddonly upon the s!edy flrumtulr. of tJ trunks, the prolong 1 esid busliy rour j! a locouioi.lv WMntio sUutod tn Immediate grade rouii;.g. by th! sound from Ms soli tary Kmalngs la the parlor car of which he burpened temporarily to be ll.a io!ft occupant, Mr. David Amber put af-lde tiie magazine over which lie bad been dreaming, ud looked cut of fee window, catching a jHmps of woociiar.d road shining white bfiiwec-n orr.b'.-r walla cf stunted pine. lazily ' hi consulted Ms watch. "It's rot for nothing," he observed . pensively, "that this railroad wears li reputation; we tie cGublstcntiy late.." His pasn, ngaln diverted to the fly ing countryside, noted that it had changed character, pine yielding to scrub-oak and second growth the ragged Tesluir-nta of an are tome years nlneo denuded by fire. This, too, pretiitiUy swung away, jiving place to clear...

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. — 22 September 1911

IfiENEVIEViS oft DISFIGURING FACIAL ERUPTION 0VECC0L1E WANTED SOMETHING SOLID. T" Woman Tries ReaFnol With Excellent I Reiulti. 9 ' if-' A'' fir M' .-J 7 The Genevieve Whose Husband Was a Non-Husband The James I am going to tell you About this week, wan a non husband by rsnture, You know, there are hus bands who are husbands by nature, and others who are non-husbands Well, this Jamie was a non-husband and what that Is I hope I shall hero innke clear. James had been unmarried for a considerable number of years after he had reached marriageable a;e. You see, he was harnessed to the chariot of the press for a sufficient number of hours every day. But right ! i;'L T'" '.A ,r'S So They Were Married and Lived Happy Hum! In the midst of thinpa, he went cast one year ou hla vacation ever so far to the cast, whence he had orig inally come. He looked upon the pretty, unspoiled girls In his native village with a llt-up look In bl3 eye, one pretty girl looked at him and he was lost. So was bIic...

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. — 22 September 1911

i i P. .J ? r 'With a new cspiiol under con-1 q .-'.ruction ana & lu.T Kepubncan j filiate administration in charge ( cf the government, and new and ( 5 fair senatorial and congressional ( ") district adopted by the i eo: !e, I 5 Missouri will enter upon a t , bright and happy quadrennial in oo V ,r r, r, January, 1?13. by the pro vi ?K TS new Phone 534 Vail BrimVlt vv, a.d candidates lor L-or.gres. ! must henceforth file before t'-.-e- ) I tion day a complete statement of 5 , the money that they spend, ex-' ( J cent for personal traveling ex- pen.-'es, in campaigns for nomi nation or election. Candidates for the Senate may spend not more than ton thousand dollars: candidate for the House not more than five" thousand dollars. o ma 1 t w t I a 1 i r c s o ? C 5 o n u o: p r -i r-? r - j I M fr vis y ;! hill ioO llLiiUl I ran the j; JJ J r," J i ,.-,""' - " V ,". ' " ; J ! PICK-UPS .f-, T. f1 "". "" ''V if . w w w w w w W w ii' CrpD Ccuriy Ilcrcld Forrofrly tb Jackson Herald) j . ...

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. — 22 September 1911

r Bcccrno a WITH V 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 a strong, sound bank to the small, i well as the large, " " depositor. Commercial and Saving Department. orncERs L, J. .ALBERT, President. H. L. MAC1IKN, Ctrfi. It. H. OLIVKIi. V-Pres. J. F. LILLY. A. Ce-h Cape Locals W. II. Bohnsack, Jr., the Main street merchant has returned from St Louis where he Lad been buying his fa3 stock of merchandise. Miss Elizabeth Davis departed Monday for Wesleley, Mass., near Boston, where she wi!2 -at-tend-school. Born. Thursday, &'jt. .14, to Mr. and Mrs. ' Herbert Dunham, of South Frederick .street, a boy. Mrs. J. B. Dennih, 43 South Lorimicr street, entertained Mr. and Mrs. J, A. llorrcll .and daughter. Miss Mattic, of Paiia- dena. Callast week. They went out to Jackson Moaday' to vifdt relativesisnd friends. Miss .Emma RoeZker left '.Wednesday for St. Louif to spe...

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. — 22 September 1911

!"5 County Herald I Herald Puhlinhlcg Co. CAPE GiRARUEAU - - MISSOURI In It not time now for tha Joy rid re to quit? Ths r?-k!r:8 nutolst and Ms 1I! rty should bo pat tod. Tyrone -without n r oa.r on Ma Iftanda would be unhnrpy. ' Why beconia excited If you do net T.appen to own nny nhoepf lYmsIbly you wouldn't to be tb c iiian if you bad to carry th left. ' IiTnrK Twslo's ec(R?9 footn tip near ly half a million. Evidently h wasn't iJoktnf tor nothing. L And bow tbo fair ladl? havo taltea. p the iractlc of wearing ffclsa - iftbe. False woman! Indiana farraors break Into print by predicting an early winter. Kusi ',lng the (season, as It were. Women are displacing men In all walks of life. One of them has been tilled la an aeroplane Eight The eaatern woman who died and left ten sots of teoth evidently waa well equipped to chow the rag. A new ocean liner la to be called the Gigantic, and In tbla case no doubt there will be something in a name. Now cornea a learned scientist and propose...

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. — 22 September 1911

( T)l Hth tiie World's Workers V y - " ' RI5VIKW . of. PROGRESS - THAT IS . BEING MADE . ALONG . ALL . LINES . of . ENDEAVOR Rely Experience of Mother Who Tried lo Get Daughter a Placo by Influence. DIDN'T FIT MANAGER'S IDEA Sweet, Graceful Boauty Set Aside for Girl Who Had Earned the Private Secretaryship by Long and Hard Work. Tlio would be prlvnte seen tary of a great superintendent of something or other told ber doting mother tlint the enidest wny to reach t!i top was to get a "pull." The doting otin mulled at tlio daugh ter's wisdom. "Yen, I'm (julto sure," she said, "an Introduction to some one of Influence would help a great deal and I think I cm matiago It, girlie." "Girlie" bad a diploma, a winning smile, nnd no experience whatever, but once lot lior In where ber talents can blaze out In their fullest reful gence! Then look out for girlie! Sho would make them "sit up and take notice" with a gasp! No, no just typing letters In a dinky office until something better hopped alo...

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. — 22 September 1911

mm vm "Hodit i ! I pi 5 S L n 8 1 ,V.-'.-5 Ci rs'or's VoU t!;a Yct Op Service. The employer who con siders bU employee: ns well as himself will se cure a better days work. The light key action i an inclusive Monarch fea ture lightens the operator's labor that she turn;" out a greater vol ume of work, propor tionately increasing the value of her services. The thoughtful employ er r.vj?t antreeial'.- 1 V i i. 'Ok -p- T1 LIGHT TOUCH Send for Monarch literature it thoroughly explains Monarch construction. Try the Monarch you will at once learn that its superiority actually re;ls in the machine itself, r.ot merely in what we s-ay about it. MONTHLY PAYMENTS Monarch macliir.es may be purchased on the monthly payment plan. A post card will bring full particulars. o o The Monarch Typewriter Co. 80S Pine Street : : : ST. LOUIS, MO. "Aiwa 5? Always meetinr an Always trying this eommi 01? ys - .ory obligation. "ipply every banking vvuiit of All . m Cald well, the jovial kpuiy collector, made a ...

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. — 29 September 1911

M l ft i i u T" 15 t 4 4 1 i i f. ... . ..ItftSBf, V. tfi, G THE PECPIE'S PAPER "SUCCESS COKES TO THOSE WIN) CO OUT AND GCT IT" SUSSCR5PTI3S PRICE, S1.C3 A YEAS. 13 WiXZl Vol. XIII Cape Girardeau, Missouri, Friday, September 20, 1911. No. 47 pa As They Used to Appear Backward, turn backward, oh, Time in your flight And give us a maiden d res sod proper and right. We are so weary of switches and rats, Billy Burke clusters and peach basket hats, 1 - , Wads of jute hair in a horrible pile, Stacked on their heads to the height of a mile. Something is wrong with the maidens, we fear; Give us the girls as they used to appear. Give the girlies we once knew of yore, Whose curls didn't come from a hair dressing store. Maidens who dressed with a sensible view, And just as Dame Nature intend ed them to. Give us a girl with a figure her own, And fashioned divinely" by na ture alone. Feminine styles getting fiercer each year Oh, give us the girls as they used to appear. Sterling (Kan.) Journal. ...

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. — 29 September 1911

( tn5'.',t 1nV'yt!?n f Instruction t?ee ! -J to Ee E ly tre Best in (he WorH. lr'st Ir.s'ita- tln f r the Instructi, o of "i!w torn of J-Unl ilin ints anjwbere. Tor Jrs potst.y suSi'ted from ft too iiU trc!:.-.f nt. n"X cr'rj fuTclecfly in touch with thw "nctlcal vf cis of man, b it live Sabora ct tl-a London Institution, in well a those of a nimilar y.s-tvjre elsewhere, bid fair lo be of .; ich benefit to the world !n geneitL The JtstUv.tk-n referred to is th botani-al department of thi licperlal Cclle-re of Science in o:r.a Kening icn, where T$ctal.: physiolcgy end ti!ti;';nf7 are studied la the roost sp irored style. This ceportrnerit Is Ivaltir.jr n" J"1" of. "plant doctors' young men wto will be a well ac T'.a?r.!ed wttii j?sBt SSei as with the character and constitution of j-laeta. j The tendency bow ! more and mor to study advanced science from the , y-f.iyvt ft view of It application to In- j atustry. There tt a jwst tiemaml for j ycur.g Ken wto are able to deal with ! plant...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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