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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 13 October 1911

" --Ik L aj . (i d. i i a. ' !- f to introduce a bee queen prominent English Authority Oivei till Method Many Insecti May Be CQ?i Without Being Stung. .Jonoph Grny, a prominent he mv thority of Ir.K l-Rt'in, KukIiukJ, wrltt'd (in follows: I nut! rot's' queen cages, whch can alio tin used un cell protectors or nurseries. The differences between these mill the rcFu'nr cs;" arc: 1. ? :nicjy hole is made Irom the end, using only a half-Inch lilt. 2. A half Inch hole 1a made through the sido Into tlji writer compartment. 3. Tho (op nnd elilo covers are of perforated int-tal, and cut that they do not c.-itch the clothing. 4. These covers lire put on w it !i a KOTOW, v-hh-h nerves as A hlnne, nnd can bo tightened with one turn of (lie Potts' Queen Case. err pw drivel', so tliiit tho imprisoned bees cannot force open the doors, and escape, which I have seen them do when lull! down temporarily. . The convenience and advantage of these cages v.lll be readily Keen In the following operations: ...

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. — 13 October 1911

t . IWa -.rc!i coru-.tsvotkm. Try the Monarch you will at ence i -.-ni that Us superiority actually rests in the machine (':-.! f. r.ot merely in what we say about it. MONTHLY PAYMENTS Monarch machines may be purchased on the monthly pj.ymcnt plan. A post card will bring full particulars. ) V. -j. rinm r,i i. .;, -t.0 ZZZ Pine Ctretl ,,'.... hxit Let Your If you have much or little money, better have it earning something. . Monvy makes money only when it is put to work. Remember, all fortunes had tueirfounda- tions laid h f . V (li 1 money lie idrT .L. etal institution'- on. lotton on it. eoinpoundeu .- v. 'Annually. We are doing this for TiD li iine ireopies Ffetiioniial Bank OF JACKSON WILLIAM PAAtt LEON CL1PPAM) dnciison Pleas Snider has gone to St. Louis. Ytn. Paar has returned from a visit to St. Louis. Miss Laura Igel of the Cape was in Jackson Monday. I Mr. arid Mrs. Louis Walters, Apeht Sunday in the Cape. Mr. and Mrs. -Robert Kneibert live returned from Maiden. Mr. and Mrs....

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. — 20 October 1911

VAt PCCFLE'S PAPER "SUCCESS COMf.S TO TS03E WXO CO OUT A"D CCT II" Vol. XII! Cape Girardeau, Missouri, Friday, October 20, 1911. No. 50 CITY COUNCIL. Journal of Proceedings. Regular Semi-monthly Meeting. Monday evening, Oct. 16, 1911. The council convened in reg ular session, Hon. F. A. Kage, Mayor, presiding, with the fol-! lowing members present: ! Messrs. Coerver, Haas, Medley. Moeder, Morrison and Wittmor. Absent: Messrs. Flentge and Wilson. The record of the proceedings of the last regular meeting was read and motion of Mr. Mor rison approved. Mr. II. B. Barry, district en gineer of the "Frisco" railroad, appeared before the council and permission having been granted, presented a plat showing the lo cation of four (4) chutes in the levee, to be made when the levee is rebuilt by said railroad com pany, as provided under condi tion No. 17, of ordinance No. 935. approved January 5th, 1911; said location and number of chutes having been agreed upon between the said engineer and the...

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. — 20 October 1911

n -1 . I t J J, -.' . t. '. .r- w t ' ? C-' w t i : i - A t : r ?-. t i. -t . j - r f( t - h ' ft-i -j in ft . : ..-..-.- -.A r ..,-'. f-'.-r r 3 ! 4 rcuiii!. ersry tx of etr!tK!t rrw. war. MUr.f AiSer fr. V do?! a If cft;'., and "Ots. A;nb,-r."" ju'eIr. wl;b a "fc::t of fslnt "airprUe. Tha b ?t4 Kfci!r la'.a a cha'.r tr tfca tail. "Tk'tTl- t ail ;?!r, "that Atriw, :tI-iO'it ;.&l'!ry. went to B!i and to.iciod ab.ouIi?r taat pltJfuny loa.la3'-? tar of ymi,itr wL!c! cica a- frei'jfctii'y -;!'y. "I k':rd t?ra." a'l n-!t t'jV.j. "Tra." repl'.'i.l An:ir. lie was cot jrpriMd; to h.nl 8rprehac5(;ii th trRfey fmm taa Koinect that Kutt.on Era fc'rn. Ar'.r a bit Rii'.tori torn4 to tfca ftnfl arew a.a a I'omatla platol from t; KcVt, opetilRK tfc rnaga :na. Tt carcrl'lijo"! iftrnaineil in tt dip, abowlng tout two fcaj been etlo3p1. "I vti ocrt lure," lia aatd tbouglitfu'ly, "bow tar.y tlicta I had DrM." H! cur!olty aat'.eOe-a. ha re .oaded tba weapon and returned It to M vocVeL "He dial l'....

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. — 20 October 1911

-, r.,. 1 -UiF , i ry V The Genevieve Whose Husband Wa Perfectly Domestic "I rt.T pn homo fully f fteen min utes, Gnevleye," growls James. "Fully fifteen mluutes, and here It Is after five oVIoclt, and no sign of dinner. You Just, getting home, too! I should thiuU the entire day to yrmriwilf, Rnll TB.nt.fnif about, was enough without taylng out to inch an hour! Where Lave you been?" "Why. James, after I got the work done, I had 1o go down town to get your shirt ordered and to see about the children'! underwear for winter. Then I got u pattern for Jimmy boy's IK tie coat that I'm going to maVe out of your old one. I hurried all I could and there's plenty of time to got din ner. I'm not so very tired" Genevieve has Keen dragging about the shops all afternoon with, two ba Wes. She always does, because Jumea Is certain that a good mother and a truly domestic woman would prefer to take care of her own babies, so they never kept a maid. "Useless extrava gance," said James, and he was a we...

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. — 20 October 1911

M i ; ti N i-1 --1 ;.r - .-:.::r:;; lii'-raiure il tnoroug.-ay expuuns . . y.:-rzr:': c-r,JtrKtbrb. Try the Monarch you will at once karri that its sperbrity actually rents in the machine by if, rot m-.-re'v in what we say a Wat it. MuNiHLY PAYMENTS Morvirch machine- may be purchased on the monthly I ayr.vr.t r'ari. A post card '.viil bring full particulars. n ins i,i.onarch !l CCS Pine Eirect : I'M p r, f I .' O 1: ' 1 "" '.- f V If you have "more power" than you can use, bring it in and dejiosit it; it will make you "more power." If you are "short on power," come in. We -an and will supply vour needs. r ii U -r- 1 -.Ipll HI IIH S OF JACKSON WILLIAM PAAR LEON CLIPPAKD it ! y(lirU' v S i i .' -" ft - w S! m v, ? u n n u ti h A ATI ?k f U d p Vri-J V'j mil i 7 n An n 4 n i i--sJ uJ La iwi iLj Pne of the most important meetings ever held by the new board of managers of State Hos pital No. 4 at Farmington was Monday and Tuesday and during this cession the board inaugurat ed a teries of...

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. — 20 October 1911

jro vr nv r. , WITH 5 r ) y?-w f, avrrnn K r ra Ft Your inoney Absolute 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, a3 well as the large, depositor. Commercial and Saving Department. ......OFFICERS ." . J. ALBERT, President. II. L. MACHEN, Cash. R. 13. OLIVER, V-Pres. J. F. LILLY, A. Cash Cape Local Mrs. DuTce Jones went to St. Louis this week. Nolde & Gehring have opened a new meat market on Main street, opposite the First Nation al Bank. The United Daughters of the Confederacy gave a Japanese tea at the residence of Mrs. W. II. Medley. 201 S. Spanish street, Monday -afternoon, Oct. 15. The tea was given in the interest of the memorial fund and silver of ferings were received. Mr. and Mrs. John Buergle spent Sunday in Chaffee. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Boutin have gone to Florida to spend the winter. Dr. Ford, a prominent Gordon ville physician, was in the city Monday. Louis 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. — 20 October 1911

LSI ('4. m : ? '. ..a 10 Wf .! i y r t M imrp ( if f.i !'oi! to prodv i.f t! e ' v- i' r r i .'U S fall tiftU nol over sl.rfn. I' U:'J :. Ti Ii ! .-T(.:i' n c.jf- h t Unr .)'! or b'.i.' 'i 1 r : . f , no : T A ! !'! 3 III (! VOW DifVOtl la t bit' l.tl? H'Oisma ! J.'.st i' f- : f ) ! I Iks lire -v-ry once in I to have a war while Just si a ?.,'.:'1 If tbe katydid tere Infnillhla ff Tru'il Incur the Jealousy cf the pro s' r.st n cf the wenttt-r bureau. II rr.'e-i'.:fr, r"Qi d'snoter In aa Rfmj'V.re, we p-cfet to a'.k and f?f- to our heart's content. Ano'l or mother hoi entered her llt V boy for "perfect child" honors. All MUIrca ore perfect to tbelr mothe) s. A N-w Yoik woman, a'-tired In a f.( bble skirt, took a kick at a dog. We leave tbe reader to Imagine Ibe rest. j New York back driver ate 57 ftrs cf coin In ore silting, which prob ably accounts for tbo fact that he Is a tinck driver. l-'or the b-ncfit of those who abhor dictionaries ba R explained that a jphilatelist Is a boy st...

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. — 20 October 1911

I i 111 - 1 1 - i fj PROGRESS of tlieWQtflJD jj SOME THINGS HIE HUSY WORKER IS DOING I 1 Ii FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF CIVILIZATION j! ;. II III. I... MM IIIMMiJ I - .ii I I Excel in Sucxtisj Frequently Hinges Upon tbo Ability to Stand Out From Fc!!cv Workers. AlZQ WAKE WORK CONGENIAL How Advice Given by Doctor to Unstrung Girl pcoved Turning Point In He' Life Never Look Upo-i To'l as a Side :siu. "I hate my work," U the ept-oion hl6 comes from t!i lip of msny Tbftt is what makes life seem rudpory. Unless o like, the thing e ire dolug, U bwoinf a deadly imrrton. "Yet how can ( iike It'" la the In ltr?rrt demand.' "It la uncongenial, irksome." Why li It uncongenial, whjr la It Irk nme? Can you do anythtug better? Are 70a really worth mora money than you lira geUlucT Are your ioiy Ica valuablef SheJl I tell you how one girl taught l:rol( to Ilka her work? It was a dreary noug1 oooupatlon In all con science. She bad to fill la certain spaces on printed post-cards. Hun dreds of other clerks...

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. — 20 October 1911

I'..- :r s vv. ruv r j - .y- i y. ir I" r .. !, honorable, tnvad : 1 men are always coni.id cf the rights and feeling ers. The sure badge of rt 1 1 ;; Off r erwrtt and nobletm'ss is cour- to.-y. Ike I'iioi rnft. alien oi. Vain pride, narrow ncss, self ishnos-rf, Lvovi; !:?'iC53 is the cause of most of the m i sunderstandings, and destructive industrial and busi i.v warfare:-? among men. Courtesy builds up good will be tween employers and employes, between craftsmen and custo mers, and, is an absolute neces sity to newspaper editors, pub lishers and reporters, as well as to conductors of printing offices. Cor.sideratcness or courtesy of members is essential to stl per manent associations or organiza tions that are not ruled by The usual supply of profes sional beggars were ,m town Wednesday following up the show. Among the bunch were small children who are following the footsteps of parents who have strayed from the straight and narrow path, and who if overtaken in time could perhaps...

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. — 27 October 1911

Don'i fa;! to !tead !; tS I tit Cape Cow!y Clock Crt-eert w."!e Assecfcfioit to be fccM ! Jjflsot lirsjr. ITvo.ler lC'wt, nT see t?.en- slink rahti U. Cape Cou.-'y. Ycvr fiieci wl!! Is I" ?rc. (-1 !..( I j ,11 4 M h i 1 ? 1 1 ,1 ! o Tl4E PEOPLE'S PAPER "SUCfESS COMES TO TffOSE WHO CO OUT AMD GET IT" Vol. XIII Cape Girardeau, Missouri, Frriday, October 27, 1911. No. 51 Local Flashlights J BT JIFT PIPER, D. O. Wlxni yin trade at tho Cap Vdu pot no rprl ttipn. For tho iiinlHy (if Roodx la line; l!liouL'h lo Ket tlieirlx Iti tho IUtuM you muNt HdvmtU, 5o we Innlsl that the Mnrrhiinl (rot In Hint. I I Bear Hunting. Ever hear that story of the fellow who went out to hunt hear? He wanted to save a few pennies, so bought a pop gun. He found the bear alright, but his tombstone cost more than a rifle. Moral: It's better to advertise than to go and ; see each of your customers person allywhile on the way to tell them the "pcood points of your merchandise you might contract rheumatism and die, ...

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. — 27 October 1911

9"1 Herj'il PubHsthtng CATC G1.."DCAU M'.fcSO LC$ "THEH rEAHLS OFTEN A(!'!ti Wot. an Should Have N ' lute Trttrunj Frequently t Do Tl-elr French S-R'ers. ' Ir.'i French vi-'tor t.li-el a". If it vers a hn'-it rf Ar.icrhn:! wr9 to i ) f.fcy?t 0 I''"' t.. klaeoa on cery corner the way tl. y do the! l.a'rjit.r,, lut critic wh-.v ir.ip"i-s tl;t j ill AfiurJi-ans, though careh-'.'S. nre j Lfiuitifu! 4-rtoiiE.h find nen enmiKU to w-rar i'.(.Tr) nocKUio-s nil 'he time may ! forp.iven much nd !U b; Bstet.ed to ft r eel fully "Tho renson hy Amcrl tn wo roc n ii.fi-a their Karl necklace f ' l'meU more frequently tlun the o'.cn of other countries." the visitor exi iained, "is that they do not have the pefrl j restriii.g o!Wn i.o;:?:h. If t"1" lowfd tho custom of our country, which 1 to have the Je weler come to the bowse and restring them there t ry two or three months, there would no 'extras' cut. with b'g headline, of a $200,000 necklace lost by Mrs. r.ianX on her wsy to market. tc. The uuuq...

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. — 27 October 1911

I. " y TJ: WATER HEATER FOR POCKET Harr.essed to n Electric Fixture, It Quickly Doe It Work Bolls Water In Four Minutes. , Heretofore It has r.lways been utipposed that imne kind of a stove wai? required to heat water, even If only a stove the size of your bar.d. An Ohio genius, however, lias demonstrated that this la not so l y devising an electric, water heater, liv Ifttle metal cylinder has a cord Pocket Heater In Action. -vhich can he fastened to an ordinary electric light socket. - The current la 'hen turned on end the cylinder la iilaced In the water. The receptacle containing the liquid must be brought to the heater, as the latter cannot be moved farther than the length of tho cord. The heater will produce hot water In two minutes and boiling wa ter In four minutes. It Is useful to lieat water for shaving and as a steril izer la Just what It required. At the same time It does not charge tho wa iv and way be handled without fear of contact with the current. USE ELECTRIC CEILIN...

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. — 27 October 1911

ta ? i v , vi (IVrirrly the J Vncn I'lil'iif hed ever? Fri lay by tie n prim yrar Ji n n e. l"r;tcrtl k crond rlnss nuittf-r at th 1 ' ' t oTh p at C.il (;-.rr,cili AU, Mo ,!.. (h art of March .'5. 1"9. Vv'. J. Rryan is making a bsrn-torm ire tour of Kentucky ore.tir.jr and minli political breth?rn. i with the Dry; h li fvctns to know the object of l.i.s tour, but we presume from past performances that he has accumulated a jd'J3 amount of information he desires to present to the people. and as he has long been afflicted I with an immense amount of gab no doubt this is a means for get ting rid of a part of it. As a man we consider Mr. Bryan a nice, cultured gentleman, but as a leader of men his failure to reach a happy medium has caused U3 to lose confidence in his ability to perfect any of his pet theories. However, as the public is used to his visits and flowery orations we do not look for any serious damage to ter minate from his trip through the sister state. o- The Herald has re...

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. — 27 October 1911

Fred Kfge had Cliaffe Monday. business in sent ti schools in r.Lhcr c ili'-iti'.S the fever fubsi.l'.'S nr. 1 every available remedy is being nsxl to free ths city of iti rav ages. A.S the best rnrdiral at tention is being given those cent to the hospital it h thought they will all pull through and bo out in a short time. Attorney T. D. Ilines had business in the Cope Monday. Oldest Bank In Southeast Missouri Capital, $100,000 Surplus and Profit '540.000 R. T. Rushing returned from a business trip to Charleston Tues rv Cr iai J L. MACIIEN, Cash. F. LILLY, A. Cash OFFICERS. . J. ALBERT. President. II. R. B. OLIVER, V-Pres. J. For the accommodation of those who find it incon venient to transact their banking during regular busi ness hours, our offices are open on Saturday evenings from 6 till 9 o'clock. This extra service is highly appreciated by many of our customers, and is cordially placed at your disposal. You are invito to avail yourself of the facilities afforded by this bank, e...

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. — 27 October 1911

-3PL0UI3 JOSEPH YAMCB 1IJ A.;..,l lu s i UJ JLfif.'litf r.i ii ii" -eot-i n-rrn -'r y n.r in d Anirmr. lflWnf frr ft d'lrJr-nh mi 1 ff vtM't v.ltti Jus irln.l, CvUl. ;Hln tl- inc fn.iv n1! r'-n vvi'O h hn ffimoim'vI liv lir linrv -omiiirijr fi'la-iit- ln.l t Km pm,1,1.-ii ;potU'in-. In I lift rifl1 f r luitly itimlii. Ha il-'.laio l. In a '-hurl I,t ( 'liRtfil, pirrti'1 ni:tni'1r.- of tl:' l!l," A1rni' Amlir fin a imiit of MkU ratc mid r"riij a fmrif.,l liltl'J Itimu lwc, "Ttl To J en' ln.i hi hi1, iVfti'pi'ii.rs in the .--'wnl. Tii utrl i nil Aieior v r.i. t ' In turn h nirmshn hr in KTImi Pi.U 1 1 rril, diivh(nr uf Col. l''rr?. of tl p-'iilnh dipl,.ti)iio cr !( In India suit littn) Ihu (.unlim. rVrM!il liiKlt'n ln'rr j-rtjn bn atolan. Amlmr anil Qimln rn a.umlna; on nn Irilanil nn.J beimiie lost ni,d tA mfcr la V't iruirntniiirt. lie WHniVta J limit, flndlly ri"li n rniiln dnl iw ! rs tia orcupmt an old frfonij (""J Putfnn, whom he liiHt mot In fjnij an. I vno ppi-r to ! In fihlin...

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. — 27 October 1911

KEEP CF.LF.ftY OM THE FARM I5P '! li PREACHES TOO MUCH FOR HACK DRIVER WANTED TO DE AN AViATOil t ( I ' ' ' f v x hi liii 0 '-a hs r- ,M-t I T-rfc HOPE ILL! OPENS AND CLOSES ITSELF -Gate Invented That Unlatches and Opens Vehicle Approaches Along Thoroughfare. ill. I.ouls A. I .a as of Maxwell. Tex, baa recently set tired a patent ou an In vention that relatrB ti automatic ful-iK, mid more particularly to galea that me i n In i cliod and opened by a Yehlcle approaching along the road nd closed anJ latched attain through, the same agency, nil of which Is done automatically, says (ho BMentillo American. An object Is to avoid fi cambering the swinging Itself it I:- Crop la Becoming More Popular z It l Not Difficult to rtalsc and Al ways Salable. A gf.'it deal of Celery Is now l.rlt,R grown on t lio farm, more thin cur before, .j fnrtnrrs find this f:oi not difficult ui: J iilwnj!! salable. Where but a r t i .'i J I n'iniitl'y I tn be stored for winter sale or u- Id Hie Uinlly, it tan le...

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. — 27 October 1911

h '-I poi And on the other kind Monarch ia the only one throws its typebars to the printing point. All the rest carry them there. Hut you have that pitcher in mind. And you ftv, he sometimes, yes frequently, has balls called on him. That's true, and the difference between jg the b; -H'biiU pitchers and the Monarch Typewriter is just :j this: The Monarch throws a strike every time. ' : Thi? ia what we mean: The mechanism of a "light i touch" Monarch Typewriter is such that you tap the key t; and throw the type-bar to the printing point, but in all ;' other typewriters you have to carry the strokes of the t'i key clear through to the printing: point. In other words , on &hcthcr typewriters you have to press down on the ' key until it conies in contact with the paper. While in t- the Monarch the touch is a throw and a strike at the right j; point to a hair's breadth. That is efficiency in typewrit- : ers, for it saves labor, speed and increases output., The t.!onarch Typewriter Co....

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. — 3 November 1911

?... Don't tall Is Ue'l l?e tale cf tls Cape CcksJjt Stuck Creedr Sale Atsociatioa to be he!J at Jatkssa Tl.ur3J.tjr, Kovemler lC5b, sd see t&e fine atetk rata J ia Cape Cwi!y. Tear lrir.i s be re, o. M M N m ; 0 a 'l M -- I f 1. .( I. f 1 1 ! i ! I s . f ' f ! i S c A M l ! ! 1 1 ... .1 ft .JKi"-' U THE PEOPLE'S PAPER "SUCCESS comr.8 TO those WHO 00 OUT AdDCETlT" .USSCRlPTlCJ. PRISE, $1.03 A m. if! ASY:i Vol. XIII Capo Girardeau, Missouri, Friday, November 3, 1911. No. 52 Johnson, in company vviih Capt. Edwards, both famous "globe trotters," started from Hastings, Nebraska in the fall of 1907 in search of the best city in the rr L. Local Fin: r-i r I BY .ICRRT PIPER. D. D. I I i -3 i 1 uape uiraroeau can uoasune ...... .. i j- most unique ana diversified as sortment of dogs of any city this side of Kalamazoo or Lake-Minni-ha-ha. There are digni fied Bull Terriers, bob-tail curs, and soon including the yelping hound who furnishes music like unto the sound of a roaring shell on t...

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. — 3 November 1911

Cape County Kf.nld Herald Publishing Co. CAPC C.IRARSEAU MISSOURI Paullue Wayne tr;ny (to on the stage Ha a rureJ drama, If ttcbn!l were tniifjit In the 4c.tiocls there would be no truancy. i " Will college football et about to jfijual avla'.ion't record of fatalities? JlchiJIlwrn are made fop the laty who do not car to 'Jo much reading. U'Vipn jay rider Is driving h mo !tor car while watching it biplane he H certainly up to date. What's the use of going over Nt tegara Falls In a barrel when you can 'buy on aeroplane? "The cost cf livir.g in Chicago Is cheaper than It Is In New York-" Hut 'eho vtcta to IWe la ChlcngoT Some pesisimlHtlc person bus pro moted a cold winter, fit ill, be aiaj be ISaLerefited la s woolen factory. , Chlcfgo theaters are to be per fumed, but the stock yards will keep 'on doing business at the old stand. anybody stopped to figure out (what was done with all the money bo fore people began to buy automobiles? Over 02,000,000 young lobsters have (been liberated...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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