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

tlie Prevention Americans Now Realize Impor tance nf Minimizing Chances of Accidents. EMPLOYERS LEAD THE WAY European Countries Are Far Ahead of the United States In the Matter cf Safety Appliance for Indus trie! and the Farm. Particular stress Is most properly being made ujioti the work of accident prevention. Wo are now passing out of l ho ago of euro. Wo lire gottlng down to basic principles In all spheres f llto, in attempting to minimize the possibilities of things happening. The new chair of preventive medicine at Harvard Medical school is symptom iitie. Wo have begun a systematic ablution of the American people tend ir to teach the theories and prac tices of flro prevention, and the work or accident prevent Ion Is a comple mentary step In the same direction. Coming ub tul.q step does from the mamitacturerb of the country, the em plovers, there is reason to believe that Uio work will be carried out In largo dotal' and should be supported by the rank and file of citizens and th...

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. — 3 November 1911

. 4 C (Forn.ri.y JtcVuofli llraV..) ruhlicht-d pvt'ry Friday by the Su'oAcrlption 1.1 advance. Entered na Bcrond cl;is matter Rt the iot oilier nt Cao llii ari)"iHi, Mo under (ho Hct of March 3, 1S73. VATCII US GROW. When the present manager look charge of the Herald the words "Success comes to those who go out and get it" were laced at thi masthead of The Herald. Today we can say we went out and met Success and the Herald is marching on to a successful life of usefulness. In placing credit for the steady in crease in our business we must ; not overlook the public the main factors in the upbuilding of any successful enterprise and it is to their loyalty and support that we are able to in crease the standard of this pub lication and our rapidly growing job printing business. Despite the fact that opposing factors have seen fit to busy themselves for private gain at the expense of the Herald; fighting against odd3 that would put a less deter mined force in the rear, we have taken up 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. — 3 November 1911

J3 ' ... W La W.Li M Oldest Rank In Southeast Missouri Capital, 5100,000 Surplus and Profits $40,000 ......OFFICERS . J. ALBERT. President. II. L. MACHEN, Cash. R. U. OLIVER, V-rres. J. F. LILLY, A. Cash 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 C till t) o'clock. This extra service is highly appreciated by many of our customers, and is cordially placed at your disposal. You are invited to avail yourself of the facilities afforded by this bank, either by opening an account subject to check or at 4 per cent interest in our Sav ings Department. 4 ? Cape Locals s The ladies of the Fresbyterian church gave a chicken pie sup per in the basement of the church building Tuesday, October 31, and quite a crowd gathered to enjoy the occasion. We have heard many compliments on the good chicken and the way it was served; those in attendance com ing away with long smiles. Be sid...

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. — 3 November 1911

! ) 1 I 9 H .''K?'V JOSEPH Aui:;oacr "tiibihiaiuj synopsis. Una; fe BT vll nl'l Ma frtTi.t. ,!iin. l'(mps u, i a miriK Itt'lv ai!i"n-inn who hfta ln'-l ...mount fv fcr t'r lvrft b-.MMItig flif.fl- iji4 at tl.o 'i.!,in rriiM- In tlm rieol f a burly Min.ln. II dri-lnrr h' In J.inri I.1U v' (Lt . "itio r.ppiin1o tnouUipla.-e of tha Mail," a4tramiea Amber a a. man of Mgh rank anil i-hIiii a I'M-at.rtnua llttl hTTturt hnt, "The Tn- fcn." int'i hl hand. d:Anftre in the Tha i;trl rnlla Amowr !' iin. ff'a (t? turn ad-lrpan'-e lir a THIa H"thle 1 rra;i, find iitr of Co!. 1-rnll t tn S-r.'!.') rtnilinatto arvr In India an.l 'tiUnIf the Utihlii. Hevaral nlnlita lamr ' cjunln hmnw la hiirlitr!ri ii't llta ':rnrw box atutn. Amtr antl Cptfian itn :iur.i Inj; oil 'i Inliitvt ami bei-ma lout, ami Amlior la Wt mnrnnnni Ha wantleia tout. pnailjr raa.i-l.aa a ca'iln tit r-r-nirnlxrs In nc.'ii ua n( an otj friend runofl Ruttnn, whom ha lnjit mi In iaiq 'iml, arid who at'peara ta be In hMlnr. v, hrn Mis...

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. — 3 November 1911

so their amies) W The Genevieve Who Tools: a Boy to Raise Gcnevlev a (harming iiiiib. Fho "was. !n fact, a charming widow, and (bat Is very Imixnt ant Indeed. James was na nice n young man ts ever executed a clean Klmvo with a afo.ty razor or fretted about, tho wny his trousers n presieed. Though, for (he matter of (lint. Jimim wits no ladies' man either, and not more In lovo with himself than a young ninti bus a rlfclit to bf. Genevieve wan not only rlim mlng ; she. was also eoveial years old. Not an impolite number of couieee; but more Junes hud .slipped by ! than had rest their roses upon tho head of James, fllie had Just about. enough motioy to take lovely cure of hcic1f; but 6lio also had to tale lovely caro of her daughter, who fulfilled U tho letter that old, but (run raying mud by (ho wis Latin people about "'Mater puJchra, f.'.U puhlrlor," hl li, being translated, means that mamma used to bo as Good loohlng an daughter la sow. Daughter was sixteen and In a boarding school. ...

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. — 3 November 1911

If you have "more powrr" than you can use, briiux it in and deposit it; it will make you "more power." If you are "short on power," come in. We ran nd will supply . your needs. I rrcv 1 T 1 TTJ (Tt 177) OF JACKSON r? fi WILLIAM PAAli LEON CLIITARD List Premuirns Awarded at the Appleton Farmers' Institute HORSES: Draft stallion 1st, Ben Koen 'inc. Saddle stallion 1st, F.J.Tacke Draft mare 1st, Wm. Weis brood; 2nd, C. C. Mirly. Saddle mare 1st, J. W. Reid; 2.d, Chas. P. Kasten. Work horses 1st, Wm. Weis brod; 2nd. R. T. Hope. By old horse 1st. Geo. How ard; 2nd, G. A. Schaefer. Horse colts 1st, E. Wachter; 2nd, Geo. Kasten. Kooning's Special (horse colts) 1st, E. Wachter; 2nd, Geo. E. Kasten; 3rd. J. W. Reid. Tacke's Special (horse colts) 1st, Geo. Kasten, 2nd Lloyd Tacke. Deal's Special (horse colts) 1st, Rudolf Langraf. Bock & Meyer's Special (horse colts) 1st. G. A. Schaefer; 2nd, A. Hopper. Jacks 1st, Ben Green; 2nd, Ben Green. Work Mules 1st. T. E. Kas . ten; 2nd, Chas. Guety...

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. — 10 November 1911

-"'A " Slnt" Normal .S ! i ' ' j 2: J. Don't fail (0 attend iha sab cl (he Care Count f Sf-?tk nrceJers Sale Aesoc?.?!ion lo be c!J at Jiid.'Ai Thursday, I?ovemb-r lG:h, ni se the ft slot raN-d ja -Cap .CplJwirni i vl'l be r.rr. f .A 4 ! . 1 a 11 t.. i ki Mr U l1 1 ; k !. 'V d ! 1 t i o t . t. ... t . -a -fW t THE TEDPLE'S PAFTIt EiUCCrS.'. COMES TO those who go OUT AND CCT IT" SU2:;C3lfrj3.- FIXE, $1X3 A W&S. M ASYAX:i - No(33 Vol. XII! Capo Girardeau, Missouri, Friday, November 10. 1911. Coanty Court iY.cc d-ngs. Fir-, d iy of iv.v.;-i'.f; Terra. Chus. D. !Ivik;.:'. In: k. County l am, presents 1 ' :.a . dy re port:? showing i i hand l.,.;t r.poit 17; ok,.- -..( 5-22, died, on-:: ! " e hnnd 21: aid p --or-. ' !,n: .- . ( v., ' W. J. Seagravos awl H'.hU. 'Clinton C.oyert. for eloc- Brunkhorst. j trieal supplies ioVJ A loan of ?:O0XK) of t)v: V;; 1 Vogeteapger Hdw. Co., -funds granted to the 2nd P ' ! for sin. Com. PI. Ooert Church (eo!.) ; nuiw .75 Bill of cost on inquest ,..n ...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 10 November 1911

JOSEPH . JX)Z '. n run imsr 'tT ."r I ; 1 rr'4 Ant Hr. !rV f"f durfc Tt'.t - ' if v'-.'' v"'! V p----.' t."'-, c""- (- n ou.ic tn'.f m'.in.i'kn vf-fj e-n v-i3 lit '.ri l;1: "Wft i- I1. lonfl f Vj-iy 1: ; ". 5 ' t I f-Mrt .' '!! ftppMf-t. - To '-ft. 1 r rl -.U A i .-r ! r-. J !t t. 1 Bit ln.i -r w" F lM ,- rr'f. i"i;';r ot ' ' il. rr-,l i.f tut .-'-v'?- e j.,.?--''- -v.r In In-! r..i C t. V:-"' I-1'"') r.!,Vii litter " V :t'l I ' " 9 ! rT rtr l If' ' rM l -x i' t--,. A.-'. '-r r fj Q ,n ' Ur'M'f n ll'HTl'l -t bf- -Tr, l.'.Mt ft ! ll. '1 'I1 -n i P. !Tr.n. wiirtin titt laal fn"t In f"e: !""t, -J r;-r o t In hWme. Vr.r.("f 'T :'!!. C i.l'.rrU i,j-r fl JTTfftn F.uf 'fl t ) ft m!n$ f ft yrri'j body. Hi;i--Tl M ft fovol r ftp! um ?r f"tt'r!L T? V.n wfl.y nfiM. X i'-w' '- 'K'Aft iMI.-TT I!niu. taken p.'!r.n. ta when Jr'n AtT.tr to ro lo I!'t"i on myren f"" for Irtlla. (in V" wy Tift ftn1 ft to Mr Ijtbr ",ti, ftci'nt'no i-'ti In CftJ-xi'lft. A jwf. ker rMt'e. t'vv-n .rr1.ir h fl..J t rim. 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. — 10 November 1911

i I i I J EOT-CISEO EE3EU. rifteen Kara sro I had nn attack of cute kidney trouble. I consulted Jhyslcliin who gave tno medicine which only relieved me for a time. Aft er liseoiitlnliliij: h1n mcdlclno my trotihlo returned ph severe as before. Ilavlns heard or Swamp-Root I gave u a Uinl find cnn honestly mto tout .hrei dollar bottles cured mo, never liuvitiR any tdcknrug in fifteen yearn. I luivr; Fold ur; Kilmer's Swamp-Hoot ns a (lnisTiut for many years nnd can fclve llir, very best or recommendations t Bll times. You tire St liberty to UPe this Btato-tr-.uist any tlmo you wish. IlURUIrCtflllly, VV. C. ST'MMKRS. JCIO Ol.tr&l Ave., Kaiiou City, Kaa AVIlh ir;irifi View Drug Co. El at a of Kansas County of Wyandotte f SB' On tMs 11th day of August, 1509, personally appeared before mo, W. 0. fr'uimnerH, w ho subscribed to th with In riUiterne nt. and mndo onth that the anie Is true in subHtnnce and In fact. Chaklfs Wilson, Notary I'ubllc. Br. kil.r A f. Prove What Swamp Root Will ...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 10 November 1911

i 1 It . fit 1!1 Fills .;.!, im' r- V j!irli'jTi rav to h;l.".dlo k :nt row. ir?rrr- fT3fc I T . 1 (? TYfi - 4 C OF JACKSON W11JJAM I 'A AH LEON CL1PPAKT) w i t i t e -t '"5 - He fts-a- The ladies of the Christian church will give their annua! Chrysanthemum Show November 1f-17 Et Arniorv Hall. "Ma Usenberry" and her pretty girls " will be there but will not have anything particular to say. "Ma" says she cannot be at the first show but will be at the second chance or the slightest benefit of j a. doubt, it takes ten cents to j get in the hall but you will be; w?l!tnfr tr nsv fur the fun Vit-- ; sides helping a good cause. Two excellent dramas are being re hearsed nightly for the evening entertainments. Music will be furnished by the orchestra. Ad mission each afternoon 10c. Children under 6 years free. Admission each evening 25c, Children between !C and 12 years, 15c Kev. Ross, who has been in Kansas City attend img the Presbyterian synod, returned to Jackson Saturday. While in Kansa...

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. — 10 November 1911

J 3 T7 l ft 4 oi f4 Oli,?t P.unk ict SmifJtea.it Missouri C?pii3. 1C0.000 xci.rp!,:s and FrofiJs 540,000 officers . ). AldJKiLT. .President. II. L. MC1D'T K. !!. OLIVER. V-Pres. J. F. I njjY( A. Cr.l find it rc:;..thi lUCOil- bu.i- Eer tho i'ccommotlutiun of those who v -iijont; to transiet thir barking hrin fio;;i.',, our oi,wf'f art open on Snturd; i'r'Hi (i till : o'i Ifji k. This extra service is highly appreciate by many of our eu: tomcrs, an.J is cordially placed at your disposal. You a re; invited to avail yourself of the f.-irilH rded by thi- hank, either by opening an account iccl to cheek or at 1 per cent. interest in our Suv- Department. : ? .Si y ii Cape Locals Louis B. Houck, tho South oast Missouri R. R. promoter, of Cape Girardeau, was in Perry villa one day last week. While here lie informed Robt. Brown that he will run a train from Cape Giranleau to Farmington by the i'-st of the New Year. Mr. Brown also informed us that Mr. Ilouck said to hi mihat after this train ...

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. — 10 November 1911

u.) it Hfrd ri.ilrlishiry Co. CulARUEAU - - MISSOURI i.r.LD say',:-:gsj?j -new chess if'ut It l Safe to Say That tha Versions WIM riever Be Populst-, New f"or,-, dlpors wore dUeusMng th.. cu-yli-it'os f composition, inn of ti-'.i renmrk'-d cm the fcrf action f ;r ;r'u Kli.-7.v. "Kverj line of .It." .raid, "is 'lArfnrt beyond ha poarihltlt rf rvtion. Tko tho third !t..! V tho flirt nf nnza, for InhUmcc: 'The curfew tolls . the knoll tf part- i , in day, - The -lowing herd .winds slowly o'er tho If a, Tho plowman homeward plods his weary 'nay And loaves the worlj to .darkness ami to mo.' ."Just for the fun of the thins;. Vt'r r' e If we. can inako rtn' im'provemc'nt In that third line;." .With pencils .sad J "per, some of the c.liangca suggested were: "Homeward the plowman plods IiU weary way;" "homeward -the Vcury Bdownian plods IjlH.way;" "the -weary jdowman homeward plods his way;" "'the weary plowman plods his home ward "way; "the plowman woary plods J1I3 homeward way," and fctill...

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. — 10 November 1911

F1 s . 'ft Z1 A t , . J Cr3 HANDY FEEDING DOOR OPENER Manger Device It Described That Will Provo of Much Advantage on Any Dairy Farm. When the cows or horse are fed brouglj liolo which la closed tiy a door openlns downward It often bap IH'ns that this door will not open of Its own accord. Thin ne ces8ltatns some delay, end often the vibo of both hnnds. 1 once hnd a mare that would open the feeding door with her noso whenever she heard the button turn which held the door shut, soys a writer in the Farm and Home. This helped me so much thnt 1 arranged a riprtng wire device to open the doors tti front of the other horses. The ac companying cut shows the arrange- Handy Manger Device. jiieut. A fiteel npiing wire Is bent an shown and nailed to the poBt at a and b. A hook Is bent on the free end and a staple driven straddle of the wire nt s, loose enough to allow the wire to Klip through It. When the door 1h released the free end of the wire springs out and forces the door open. The stapl...

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. — 10 November 1911

r':ci Cc:::; (! on,ui ly tin- :u'..Khi!i U.-raMI .ViihUiiH-'i rvriy I'rii!-.y 1-y tlio Ki.K.UJ) n.'IM.JMIi.Ml f'OMlMNY. I! 'I'll tlnn jm-Icii: SU-'.1 ifi- yen l'r.l'": M Fi'.;Hcl t'll'WI mult'T ' t!;. ..-t Dili, i' i-.t Ci.-o. tJii.ir.l. ,M. m!.:..r !ip n. .r v-r-. t?. . The bnll-.Io-i- l-f.-j-i.'inly di plays v-.,r ta-te )i. n t ! It ! go; likew ise ih . Ti.ivhant v. din us to antiquated nvUi l losii, -r a res- ' ' I'''" ' ' ' : business lu: is virt jail , '..aiU to. V;r.olim- C - ' ' ' licit;' for his i ' w tut : si . ' from the sa'.-.s. '1 o know that t-'ic sse-eh i t. ' , ic cii: Lt : i' I-m--;.'. are rot jut'tr: "r ' ' s : s. . the p' '- i'-'s r. '(.-? I is i1::' .1 chant's weifae dimum hi ,;. Vo.. ting goods. rvi '.') ph.-lve-'- i order Is ad vo -c' : !) j:, hat to i-i; the luu ve-t from you ' trouble, t; preparing . our -;tre y- i j.- :. let the public know that ,i good? ""e it., i. rriu and ti.!i them j .. e , advertising- in a refi-.'b'' pws paper. The Iki'd . ;:: people yu...

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. — 17 November 1911

Sui, -ni,;, "1 -- r--- ( 7 If -1 1 i i ' .n o . .it 2Z$r 'vss;, t-J v. THE rtCPLE'3 PAPER "SICCEM COMES TO TBOSC S0 CO OUT AMD CET IT" Sl'SSCSlPTlCM PRiCE, $1.03 A YEAS. 11 tZ'iVZZ Vol. XIII Cape Girardeau, Missouri, Friday, November 17, 1911. No. 54 0 A WJ An Annual Corn Sl.ow For All Southeast Missouri. An annual Corn Show for all Southeast Missouri, why not? And why not a Southeast Mis souri Corn Growers' association? The section called Southeast Mis souri comprises twenty-seven counties. They are quite dis tinct !n soil and crops from the remainder of the state; but the spirit of the people is the same. The enterprise of the people in holding county and township corn and stock shows has de veloped many good corn growers who have commanded attention from the state. Many men have been growing high producing types of corn yet unnamed that need only a wider advertisement j Chester, 111. to become established and rccog- Discussion Dr. M. E. Shelton, nized breeds. I Cape Girardeau, an...

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. — 17 November 1911

T f T CANADA'S K.tt.EIiSE WHEAT FIELDS - - V sv: :, t V ! r "" r r m t "" tf Sfc J. .. wis. Jl ti V vki' jit. jj. ji. aA 3 . uc irrmfTifiM THREE I " Tf AVSCONTJNENTAL WAY9. .a wt t& Tt'- jr J I' r.t tsf the Iirgt l.-v-SI vl2c I fcisrderj rotrsjny la tie r.'oirwl Ktat. M Arm t-- T '"T 7 it c; 1' ;r Mllif r f i 5 t "v "a aAT 13 EE!?'.. '3 ALL LHiTC jf ENTJZAVCTl f Lovers i - ?-. t ; la Sa-: :. ' .i i -"i ,- t. 7 I I CI w 5 turnover cf xn!li:on, nd d;!4 it rv - W ;t t i, :t e. ?.V' f'C ;-x,- - - f .- 'n tii . -' .. s. -t 3 :r. i.Z; uv.-i w.'-r '.s V-.tt tfS- , '- '- -J- as4 ar S.J r t--r ti fmxt C'jizt'.tr f.s ti j cc-ritrr a.- ti.- s j i-tr-; so fi 7Ji--i r.e.T Hit ti i;-.! rf--; t-tlns t ti f..: -,-"z ti ii.:;-2;i a it; sr.r-ci j ' A tiiyt try mt- :.t r'.; -err. J If'.zz ai;';ri'i-,i za i:- 'o te ; J'1'--' erjlij tar.. Tiey dij ; V.t.. i:cx.'- i?t;n-cn ;.- ri iay. Eir, it fiTj i'. ti -.to tta ti c-a Tr. fc'i-.'j Cf c'.; K, (lJ. " Tf ti-r t-r.-.i-:-.i TiiT '--f tir-.?i ti Ci? tX4....

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. — 17 November 1911

INATIONS A New World Religion Syria Now Otter Another Creed for the Alle giance of the Whole Earth, Called Bfhalsm Many American Follower! By WILLIAM T. ELLIS. Haifa, ralostine. -Having given the woihi Christianity, the one most near Iv universally accepted religion, l'ales line has now become headquarters of a faith HebnlRin, formerly railed Tab lm, which Hr follower and some writers In Kurope and America, claim to be the universal and final religion. Kincp i have found religion to be, In praet ice., fundamental to my main the- ! in this series of articles, "The. Awaking of tho Older Nations," I re paired hither to tho home of the heid of the Bahisls and its "Mor.slah," Ab dul Ilaha AlihiiM. It was somewhat of a, shock to be told, -when I made inquiry at the large Itra.v stone house here, that Abbas Ef fMidi was away on a vacation for Ms l.rnlih. The houso was full of people, as i tould tell by tho voices of scurry ing females in tho echoing hall, when I Mirci-cdiMl In making my pr...

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. — 17 November 1911

? - I'oM'.Hitird every Friday by the r:i5:ui itj'-i.i?-ju cotam-. f tit -.f rivtion jrlcc: lt.1'0 per y.nr In Htlvnnco. Kr.trri-.l second rlnss matter at lln poet oft'.ce. lit Cape GirardeAU, Mo utiiJjt the act of Marcii 3, 1X79. Thb lifa carries with it many responsibilities if the people will only assume them. In the mas ter handiwork of creation we have had thrust upon us the baby show. Not that the baby .show is a bad institution, but the importance of acquiring; sen sible judges to hand out the prizes to the right babies is the crest handicap that calls for special attention at this time. The baby show itself is in its infancy,' therefore to keep up the quality of the "shows" we must see to it that the right men are appointed to pin ribbons on the young: Americans who are to perpetuate the race and yell for human suffrage in the precincts. 'Way out in California comes the sad and discouraging news that the ugliest men in the state have been given the high offices as judges, the...

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. — 17 November 1911

TV; Foc')Oi;t Tenders Meet. tfotitrHiutJ1) Oldest Rank in Southeast Missouri Capita!, $100,000 Surplus and Profits 540,000 orriCERS J. ALBERT, President. H. L. MACHEN, Cash. H. OLIVER., V-Pres. J. F. LILLY. A. Cash 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 G till 9 o'clock. This extra service is highly appreciated by many of our customers, and is cordially placed ac your disposal. You are invited to avail yourself of the facilities afforded by this bank, either by opening an account subject to check or at 4 per cent interest in our Sav ings Department. l Cape Locals i4 J. J. Schnider returned Kennett. from John Meyers spent a few days in St. Louis this week. Dr. J. J. Schneider had busi ness in Senath this week. A. A. Bell of Maiden was in the city Tuesday, enroute to Edna. Miss Joe Matthews went to Dexter Tuesday, after several days at home. spei me Wilson Siebert...

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. — 17 November 1911

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