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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 29 September 1911

r-r Found The By JEANNE lrll.l, l1L, bj Amvci 1 li August day was enough to make rn,x.r hot and cross. lie was all that tiul more. Hi was lonely, and the ian at the dek was grouchy. Casper llicd ha 1,'nd remained on the farm. nd married hi first sweetheart like His other bors be had been brought up lth. College wau all right, but Jour called, aa Been from the reporter- lewpolnt, was beginning to be too iiii h for him. !o many things hurt tils heart and bi sense of right and 1untUe. "do out and dig tip some news, Cas per," called Jones from tbe desk. 'This weather In hot enough to make tomebody commit murder, and. we want to be nosing around the spot when It happens. You've the nose for sews. I!ut don't get soft and let man gliTa pretty; eyesj beg you off from olaying her up ll a story." Casper Btarte-1 out. It was Satur day afternoon, and most of the stores vera closed, and most of the ofijees. "Only newspaper keep up tbe grind Saturday afternoons," ho said to him olf. "I feel like ...

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. — 29 September 1911

i y ii C3 J Phone 034 Uill Brin It ; je r: ? i J c:'' Inn ill J- -i." 'W '' Si.. Vw W W ' . '- s Vtf .-4 4 Former! j th f if Jackson TI a wife rr,.n ar.i in his diy it wa thought a rr-at- j tor of bad taste and very poori judgment to try to imitate him, ! I A A I I t i I i out times nave cnangen since f ; this grand old nan occupied the , C peat cf prominence in his koine i ( j jtown. and today we are able to j ( ) 1 point our finder at modern Solo rjrnor,s who mace our ancient! ( ) ; scholar look like or.e of Art emus t Ward's wax figures. It roust be ; i j a source of pride and gratifies-: tr tion to know tht our biblicrd ; j'y historians and philosophers of! ) the prc-historic ages were merely ! ( forerunners for the bright lights ! t j to follow the "double-slug"'! variety who pin their' faith to' themselves alone and revel in j yellow copy in order to gaini t j patronage and notoriety at the 1 hands of people of real merit , ( j but we cannot do without their,' j j interpretati...

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. — 29 September 1911

OftDLT. OF niDLICATION. Become a Depositor L. L. J. R. B, WITH THE HE'divaiit Bank 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; round . bank to the small, as well as the large, depositor. Commercial and Saving Department. .. ...OFFICERS ALBERT, President. II. L. MAC1IKN. Cash. OLIVER. V-Pres. J. F. LILLY. A. Cash r. 1 1 ' 7 1 pit in Clothes TT F you arc seeking some thin;.': buter than average, real Avorth and h.slin;.; saiisfaetion in a Suit or Overcoat come here. Vou'l! find it in these new creations direct irom A V f I i A A J TfTI TT tt ? ., . Cape Locals Wm. Kerr of Anna, 111., -was in town Mortiay. Mrs. N. C. Frissel has ret-nr.ed from an extended visit to Chaf fee. Mrs. .Robert Moore and family of Jackson were ki the city Mon day. John Wody of Bleomfield .transacted business in this city last Saturday. Deputy U. S. MarshU Whit worth was in Crossnoe ...

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. — 29 September 1911

I ; .O' M j V 1 aw-"""". V W1 1 IWLmilS JOSEPH VANeB Auii:nn c;v "tug bp-Ait eovu" rre. 8VN0P8I3. LrvsM ,4rrVi.r. Unrtln fr flunkthtmt t I'.t't ith till frln(, Quoin, eotn n '"j ynw ln.v e-pteitttian wlio Iihb bn .umnuntvA by firr lir.r l-wr.mtnfr fr!lit. at t'o Kiiurnn.-a In tno ruml i( burly 1 !. in 1 ii. 1(0 flTiMv h ll or Mgii piiyRTritui littlrt bmnftw box, '"J lift lv- f n. ii io hnnrt. dlxfM'pour In h Wood. Ttia girl c.Ui A.mtxr by nin. ! CHAPTER II. (Continued). Ton will hav It that I mimt ur 'jider my only advantas!e--my la-Oij-nlto. H I tell you how I happen to now who you are, I murt toll you -fcvho I am. Immediately you will lose 'interest In me, because I'm really not t all advanced; I doubt tf I should understand your book tf I had to read H." "Which heaven forfendl But why." te Insisted nierclleoaly, "do yon wish trie to be Interested la you?" Ebe flushed becomingly at thla and (acknowledged the touch with a rueful, amlling jr'ance. But, "Because I'm Interested In you...

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. — 29 September 1911

J " X 1 TWO BARLEY LEAF DISEASES Blight, Commonly Called Ruet, Hat Appeared In Many 8ectlona In Patt Two Seaeona. illy WALTER . I.KI.TZ.) Durlnj the pant two Bensona there !' appeared 111 many sections a idt Kpreael dlauuae on barley, com monly called runt, but In no way re lated to this disease. It Is caused by ad Imperfect fungus. There aro two forma of theBe leaf pot diseases cf the barley, one an erly Might which baa been desig Bftted rb "the) yellow leaf dl!caie." The yellow leaf disease appenra -rly during tL season. Tbla Is I M Hi If .1 . ! , Win ? a Barley leaf affected by "lal blight." b. Barley leaf affected by "yellow leaf disease." c. Blade of corn affected by this fungus. t haracterlzed by yellowlbh longitud inal stripes alternating wltb. darker lines. This Is transmitted by the eed. The late barley blight cainseR Iuowd fpots of irregular outline, and oeeuri on the leaves, glumes and teed. The leaves are easily broken up and eom Iiletely destroyed In some cases. There a...

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. — 29 September 1911

is h I "J-,: J-Ou Vw. nd for Mouan.li literature it thoroughly explains Monarch construction. Try (lie Monarch you will at once learn that its superiority actually rests in the machine itself, not merely in what we say about it. MONTHLY PAYMENTS Monarch machines may be purchased on the monthly payment plan. A post card will bring full particulars. - o o The IJonarch Typewriter Co. 803 Piae Street : : : ST. LOUIS, MO. tzz "Always" Always meeting every obligation. Always trying to supply every banking want of this community. Always using the fruits of experience to render better service. Always following beaten paths of financial safety Always the friend and promoter of public and individual enterprise. i Tike IPeop HsiilicDimal EDW. D. HAYS Attorney at Law Notary 'Public OFFICE IN COl'UT JIOUSK Jack Notes! Mrs. Ray Prather of Fruitland was in the city Saturday. County court will be in session next Monday, October 2. Fred II. Schrader and family spent Sunday in the Cape. Born, to Mr. ...

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. — 6 October 1911

Ci'jir Norma 5:lioo jwll f n T"1 1 3 A -1 J j tr H A i s 1 M 1 1 1 I yf-A Mi H ! I t i. . t. .4 ft i. o tai prc?Lrs PAPER "SUCCESS COUCS YO TBOSt WSO CO fOT AMD SIT IT" SUSSCiSIPTir.N PRICE. S1.C3 A YEA. IN ASYi'XI Vol. XIII Capo Girardeau, Missouri, Friday, October 6, 1911. No. 48 "atllo-CooJ Luck-Good By." 'J'licre Isn't a ttoul to trade a won!; There Isn't a thing to do; 'There's only the country rolling buck, A sleepy porter and yon It's a kind of a lonosotn proposish, This speeding across tlie land, Viiu're almost tempted tollrodlo off Then, somebody waves a hand! A Mick -with a pii'k, a farmer's wife, A kid with w ink to his eye A n ir I In white on another train -''Hello good luck -good-bv." A rattle, a flash, and they fade away; Korever they're gone but you l''eel twice as good us you did before, Things really aren't half so blue! And you wish somehow that they each could know How tine was the wave of the hand! Hore's to afew of those blessed souls Knowing they'll understand...

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. — 6 October 1911

--r si o Aur;:-:;:i cr "the ukac? ft SYNOPSIS. vff v.Mt w'tn h frin.l, iuHtn, omen tip "?fs A youri tH','t t'lijinliin who l.ti lwn ? .n.nuni i Vy 11 r iorsn bTamtnif fr)Kht r,fl itt ti-f. n'.-.-.Mwi npj'Aiiranro In tl rofnt T'f a burlv li)r:1u. t ! tlrt law h Iji p -i ) q f f T'ift ; ,, ,,' ft.l.i reus.- Ainlr A 11 - 7i of ii I kH ''' ant p --! 1 1 (4 a. in v; .i in 1, a Hi 1)0 l-rortn Imx ,. "'l'tifl Vf liito hi han't. difi pppn i it th ')!. 'i'iie !irj r !U!ji Aniln-r hv unmo. IT In turn ftiMr:w h(r Mir f-lnnhlo 3- rr'U, tlnuKht !r-'.'KI, di-,,!,,tml r of CM. Karril of t't 'linn in dri1 In 1 1 1 1 1 ' a it ti1 vtJtl"R' the Uu.-kin. H(vornl nfi-hlH lii'rr h cii.i'n homo 1 b;ir;)afiTf.l n1 the 'troTi tx-x if ion. Anther orul Qimtn fct Ujtinl.n r,n an IV-in! ftnt bmin. lonl nj Amler ia left triarotmed. CHAPTER III. (Continued). He bad, ther., those alternative: ha might either compose himself to hug the leeward side of a dune till day bre&k (or till relief should come) or Ise un...

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. — 6 October 1911

t Be! ELlERGEflCY REMEDY FOR ALL SKIN AFFECT10M3 SECOND C!F.LE A es:ity! "rr NEC en ok y " av - r , it t'p I . J N. T. While Traveling, Motoring, Yaolitmj or on the Vacation. la soy emergency, no mailer who you aro or where you are, yo-j should bare with you the Indispensable stand ard remedy for all skin troubles, from Hi common plmplo. cut, scald, boll or sore, to carbuncles, felons, wMim, rullkcruet, shlnfiles, barber's Itch, psoriasis and every abrasion of the skin from any cause. Keslnol Oint ment can bo Instattly applied and 1U effect Is Instantaneous. It tit put 'P In screw top opal containers, selling at fifty cents or a dollar, according to Ire. Heslnol Ointment baa the ap proval and recommendation of thou sands of our best physlclane, and hun dreds of thousands of families &' never -without It. Another lndls pensa ble necessity Is Resinol Soap, one of the finest, most soothing and refresh lug toilet soaps In the world. ,lt Is a preventive of most of the skin trou bles....

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. — 6 October 1911

t ii f C v Phone 534 ( i ( I i ) f 5 f L . ta jto, W sM j" i . y Ccpe Cemiiy IlcrrJd (Formerly the Jnckeon Herald) Published every Friday by the IUIULD TrrLISHIG COMPANY. Subscription price: $1.00 per year n advance. Entered as second class matter at the pout office ct Cape Girardeau, Mo under tbe act of March 3, 1879. Farewell to the whale! They're killing 800 a day in Alaskan waiers. Mountains of life de stroyed for a few bones and a little oil. Caruthersville Demo crat This sounds fishey and we are compelled to put an exclamation point at the end of this line! Its Borne consolation to know that all the allegators are not ex hausted, which have been fur nishing the "ile" for most of our emergency cases and- the bones usually ccme from the same source. We hope that the whale captors will leave one for a curio. The baseball season is nearing the home stretch and all the irames of imrjortance have been tought out as far as pennants! are concerned. Interest is now centered on the race...

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. — 6 October 1911

Become a Beporifcr WITH THE f A H A :s V .'-x dan j! 1 n nm a ( r 1 w-. Your money will be kept in Absolute Security Payments by chock provides undisputed receipt in the. form of your returned nn celled checks. We offer the services (vf a strong, sound hank to the small, as well as the large, depositor. Commercial and Saving Department. ......OFFICERS L. J. ALBERT. President. II. I',. MACHEN, Cash. R. B. OLIVER, V-Prca. J. F. LILLY, A. Cash ! Miss Frieda Rieck is organiz-l , ing a music class in Sikestor, I and the music lovers there are I fortunate in securing the ser vices of such an able instructor. ! She is especially efficient in, violin music. 1 i ! Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Caton have returned from St. Louis' 'where they attended a meeting! of the Grand Chapter of the j order of Eastern Star. Mrs. I Caton w as elected Grand j Martha. The man friends of Rev. 0. J. Ferguson will he glad to learn that he has been returned to 'Cape Girardeau. Rev. Fergus' n ,has made many warm friends s...

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. — 6 October 1911

3 2 lirrfl'd Publishing Co. ('iF( CIRARDtAL) MISSOURI Oypteru r prepiuiut; for their busy Pftfin th vacation Reason will tali i 11 arned rest. Trains neem to bo more dancerons than beropl.mos these days. Fortunately the r"t ten? (if tb fTb "to fly" Is usually "landed ii&e- Fays a London dairyman: Tiiws r mad bRppy by miwla" MoorIc. dont you mean? Automobllists who are Hilled tn me-os do not een advance tba.cnus cf sclenco. Rrndirtg a baropraph (wmi to b much like reading nn Egyptian obsl Isk, only mor io. ' Auk the man who la doing the other tnnn work what ha think of vaca tions as an Institution. Walking is one of the beet possible means of exercise, but most people are content with knowing It Wnter 1r Browing scarcer in Manhat tan and the Bronx. New Yorkers will have to cut out tho chaser. Man can now fly higher than the tiirdB do. The birds, however, take na Ubonpht of the price of gasoline. Ton tare been misinformed, Es meralda. Very few aviators have been Injured by the bre...

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. — 6 October 1911

v-Wir.f.HR p. Tin STMT V s urairra) , ith the World's Workers feC aj yyUy & HELEN IIEU" The Genevieve Who Sells Herself a Gold Brick REVIEW ALONG of- PROGRESS THAT IS BEING ALL LINES of ENDEAVOR MADE t i f I M FOR BUSINESS GIRLS Some Hints That May Ec of Value to Workers in Stores or Offices. DRESS IS IMPORTANT POINT Proper Interest In the Affair of the Institution Also a Requisite Remember That Courtesy tt Always Sure to Pay Big Interest. Are you keen About your work! Do you go to It every morning with a lively Interest, determined to perform each task thut the duy brings to the best of your ability? Are you cheerful and contented In your work? Does the time pass quirk ly, or nro you always watching the clock, longing for the closing hour to strike? If the latter Is the case, let me ad vise you to either seek more congen ial work or mend your ways and take a deeper Interest lu your present du ties. The chief fault found with the young business girls today fs that they are riot ...

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. — 6 October 1911

: i " : I f"T r.T j 1 Send for Monarch literature it thoroughly explains Monarch construction. Try the Monarch you will at once ksrn that its superiority actually rests in the machine itself, not merely in what wc say about it. MONTHLY PAYMENTS Monarch machines may be purchased on the monthly payment plan. A post card will bring full particulars. o o s 1.1 :rcli : in; COS Pi sac creet f S ( ! !i Don't Let Your Money Loaf !'i.J"'l.L!' I j'.. ' 1' I ' J.!'.' !lJ"WIWgPPBi .J. " 1-. t-U-U--. -. ... '- .'Jt.liJ- .J If you have much or little money, better have it earning something. Money makes money only when it is put to work. Remember, all fortunes had tneir founda tions laid in saving. It isn't thrifty to let your money lie idle, particularly when a strong finan cial institution would pay you 4 per cent interest on it, compounded semiannually. We are doing this for hundreds. Tlie People & .BlatioiniaE BaimEi ;1 OF JACKSON WILLIAM I P A A 1? LEON CLIPPARI) iJadison Note 5 Harvey Fe...

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. — 13 October 1911

Vol. XIII Cape Girardeau, MtGCOuri, Friday, October 13, 1911. Ho. HE IS ITINERANT I IV EACIIER Rivers Present Great for Evangelist, ' as Uun Thick with 1 in the Most Pitiabh I'lini standi. Field They 'eople Cir- Starting with throe sixteen years ago children and 7 cents in caslvj Dr. and Mrs. .A. S. One, of Chicago, have traveled over 300,000 miles of waterways in u skill, preaching the gospel to all with whom they came in contact. They arrived at Cape Girardeau last Friday, visited the police station and the county jail. Dr. One started down the river in hia canvas covered skiff Sunday, bound for New Orleans, which place ho expects to roach about January 1. When asked how he would come north again he replied that they in tended to walk. In proof of their ability as pedestrians he said that he and his wife, who is CO years old, walked from Denver, Colo., to Omaha, Neb., in just one month. "And I'm the poorest walker of the two," he added. "Our mission here," said Dr. Orne. "is to 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. — 13 October 1911

ret f r v. . i. a s - a u-ft i m u J ., - ,1 '' ! i !-5 I " i- i - - .-v i r:t t. 1 ! ; J, ' f'.i j - w -: - v--r j -. . f. : - - n ail : r-. - i r u:.!- 3 Tl-v . 1 t S e .a Jr. '.. at t trials- ' f that S'ifTTT'i loo f oo-J, o Of vtr.t 'a, -r thcs ta ti. t r. ifsts la ti orloofc- f r-F-:, E.-t c-."?r th T-ry csr. I ;t ti icTt f. rr -.,;j r'-.srre 3, !r.hO!.t lie firre tiir? t r-p?i wa !h-:cr Knt r:H.':r.t-:c f'.r t!'Er.?r tt ' tlyit. nies t:.pT mr.i in ti. tt-1 &-cr f.:-j'."a.--j tify vors tho '? f i' Ja tt tcui-. la th eoar cl x'v..t trav: Kiay fiToratte r fr KaS cpoa tb-5r asaa!r SrJf. 5d tcwior ti7 rs.t ri!:;(? utirh c?uii be r-gsr-l-ti is prf-:-i;c a.!r.st lie ccifona cf ire.;. r.T.---.I Grstt nj rery -.:" b prtrJ-ft-j tl. iev.'.t of hi i;:r!etc. t" cs..t-tlrgr ca ti n;a'.f be Hfci t fca-- ei;r2l th cocapcsu of ?;-'r;.''..3 i-ta t tail that "tie t!B, -ii; iLaiel o'.ir, even ia la in'foi-s, ts '.coxe3 la cy Crsl i'zr I'.ax. so Ictjf as te btvef tJa A Tax en Plty. A" tie envc...

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. — 13 October 1911

VACUUM GOOD FLt CATC EXTRA CAOE REPAID. CZ! iiCll 1 1" Lt tmimi SMALL CAMERA IN. DISGUISE device Rtarmbling Fiold Classes Makes Snapshots Uneuapectlng Peraons Easily Snapped. The possibilities cf both fun find Una work are unlimited to those who K"t (mo of the disguised rsmcrm shown here. To ail appanince h the operator Is looking through a pair of hisses, which Is the. form In which the camera U made, but In real- Camera In Disguise. Ity be Is taking a snapshot, which, while small, Is very fine and capable of enlargement. Tho self-consciousness of the subject spoils more photo graphs than any other ono thins. If jieoplo can only be caught off their Kuard, bo to speak, natural poses that will prcntly enhance tho likeness will be ihe result, and with a camera in disguise, as this one Is, such an achievement la eaay. The amusement which may bo had lu snapping unsus pecting persons secretly can readily be inmrdned, and It will be well In the future If young men calling on girls with sm...

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. — 13 October 1911

L Txx: f: l v ::;r ff i ) . r r-f.: 1 ij i;. .1 .:- ,-r 'vvvr. If ho ait en )! "f If j f r.- to New Or i & rK.ir.tr i,;;t man f ar n v.-ay , i:n. down t-. r -I ;: - ! ) V :;-j . surt a thresh.' "j-, p3 ice fr;.7n St. Ivnii. : with the flax. r.&r.s iSovcmfcer Ut. t r ..-...-..:..- , t jv.i ii. s uia'j'i a v it'll iu f ,1 r.t v.i' K tr vi-',f Via -i this city to St. Loui. This !.,. i it is i;i j;:.viui ir.e improvements ' in true; of the n-rvice cf the road on 8.1' 'it-Un'cks. V.'e publish an arti-i He th i will per- ch? -n arotl.fr ago of The Her- lit !'': in-. ' 1 1 ' t : ' . !. ! : 's hike 1 "fCO! . . v : r r 1 1 i c f w h .: t i !) ; :: h rfj, -r r C f 1 1 k River a::d cf tVe ! :. l --.rb? fro;v, that' r.i. l,y. O iv-r a i rvv.1 e end .'hades ! a !c-i the Gk-b :s. MifU (.:.i. si ,..T.-.I )V,-. 2' n. it. Mil l r.K'-.';a ).i i me. CK t . lV.i!;'-iiT Jr'.Jy. I : ;.- i J't-tnt-x. ' l'.H k S:h Ltt;:ro s;i:s-l. Nut. I.i!ii.JM... I'otTtf . rr:.!c:n Vihcr.M rcirsnllr the freight t...

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. — 13 October 1911

W V .- w Ail Vi'ITII 1? tail vciAla. ;i3Mh, 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 bank to the small, as well as the large, depositor. Commercial and Saving Department OFFICERS J. ALBERT, President. B. OLIVER, V-Pres. R. Ccpe Locals J. C. Stone spent Tuesday in St. Louis. See the "Big Injin" at the Kit Carson show. F. A. Groves returned from St. Louis Monday after a weeks stay. VV. C LaPierre of Jackson was in the city Monday on busi ness. Henry Kimmich has returned from St Louis after taking in the festivities. Lafe Caruthers and Dennis Scivtlly were in Jackson Monday transacting business. Judson Randal was here Sun day to attend the funeral of his' nephew. Victor Butts. j T. J. Clark has returned from, Sikeston where he went to look after business matters. Miss Eva Gockel of Jackson has entered the Moothart Busi ness College in this city. Mis...

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. — 13 October 1911

.) UAstr.JT rvk; . - 111 t V. 'II l .( i..ina r- fit 1 i! ' 'J... V i '.. !.r! 31 ".''.' : t''- of h i ii!i n ? j- .' i i " ' ' ' 1 '- " ' ' l',.M tMtflf h -Mtrr-.y fi.-l-; ."a ''. rt 1-1 t.ft t .r- I i-wi. ,'.'. l1-- :ar i i ( rin"-r i;, "t( ft fy-..-'!!-1 Tt '-'. -- Anu.or i h rorik an.l i.r-!n I 1, ,:.- i-L.fff tn t. ' Amiitif t f tim :.-.v-if t-r c V.'- 8 ( ,-; ! '..!. r.-irr-l! of t!,e xtfn rvlr In Tn: i.uin. !-iv;:iU !:!,MiS lu'-r i'f-n. An !"-r n ! Q jln f .' a s :(i'.n lift rtT.i;-) ho pi ?i:'S en fc-i M.i.n.1 at-'t be"'-M,j i'txt pri-I ,!-i ! !f ,'t r;.arn.ir I. tTT;"ri i, flniM.v r-olieii a cabin .k! ro (!Wi II 0',''lip.lH "III oi-i t''"nl Tlutterj, -hin t lint mt In Fiig- rw!, nj wlio i'yni to b in V"'!"1- CHAPTER IV. (Continued). T?! isin man. II Bnkd m dowi for the ehooUrs own country ncrc.m Ui buy: Tarila' oai," "k rery nblo man; I wish I might &.ti wet tlra. . . . What of your If T VThfet !;av you been doing t!ie tl-.rtfl years? Hara yon married?" Tv been too buay...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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