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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 17 November 1911

V 'A rv .lAIso their TAMIEs) - IP' The Genevieve Who Married to Reform Him Wlien ft woman marries a man to re form blm she fail to take Into con sideration that by the time she l-nn rot it done there will ha nothlnir hit tint reform tho mun will ho entirely rotted away. James wn a delightful man with only one bud htihit. It wan the habit which, most women call "bad habits." lie was a real estate lunn, was .lumen, and his bad habits were vry active right ufter he had cinched a deal. He cinched a deal rnthrr no ofton pi r linpE Genevieve mot James at a dub party, according to tho commonplace wont of things, nnd ho was very nice to her. She wag a nice llttlo tiling, and lie Kt iuto the habit of driving out rather often to her father's home on the very edge of the town. It la not too much to iay that Genevieve fell In love with him. James fell In loTe with her, too. Then he went driving out to see Genevieve very often and wa allowed to stay to sup per, and he nnd Genevieve had a love ly...

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. — 17 November 1911

fM r r r-r-ttt s HOXJ V 11. .i. to looii ron dig quiz. iU t"7 It .supplies funds when needed, promotes system in conduct uvj; money matters, sultc-Is economy, furnishes reeeipts for bills j;id, increases prestige, and is the modem Wiiv to handle llnanees. Keep your check account here, and open it now. EI3E DOE mtk-Jtm 1 J r? M OF JACKSON WILLIAM PAAR LEON CLIPPAK1) laciison Hew Leon Clippard spent Sunday in Cape Girardeau. Mrs. J. Hoffmeister returned home from the Cape after a weeks' visit. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ilartle of Millcrville were in Jackson Mon day. G. W. Miltenberger wentto'JSt. Louis Sunday. Mrs. B. F. Lusk of Ozarks, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Linus Cosgrove. Mrs. G. W. Miltenberger spent several days in Cape Girardeau this week. J. C. Heinberg went to Louis Monday on business. St. Chas. Henderson Bruening went to Tueday. and St. Win. Louis Tom Taylor spent a few in Sikeston this week. das- Sheriff Schade was at the Cape Tuesday on business. II. G. Siemers. C. II. Miller...

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. — 24 November 1911

1 4 r-i y - .., r.... ! i t 7 i I w f I f ; t '.. ! ! i ' - 4 ... T. . .J ft 1 .... o IKS PECPLE'S PAPER "S0CC1SS COftttS TO TH'JSt HO CO OUT AND CIT IT" S':s:cr!i?Tici n:n, six 3 a year, i j KZ'ivizi Vol. Xlll Capo Girardeau, Missouri, Friday, November 24, 1911, No. 55 n ,ik I. t . ! ' ' N in 5 lit! 5 Aes3, 4, o. b nnnuin M IIIYfl s 11 i 1 1 si The quality of these suits are All Wool In Blue Serges, Gray Mined Worsteds and Finest Cassimeres, and are made up in the prettiest styles for children of these ages. In order to close them out quick ve make the following prices on them: Fine Cnwsimere Suits worth $3.00 will be $1.75 Fine Blue Serpo and Gray Worsted, worth $4.00 will he. . .52.50 Fine Blue Sero and gray mixtures, worth $4.50. will he. .$3.00 Fine Blue Serge ami Pure Wool -Worsteds, worth $3 and $0. will he $3.50 These are great hargains. Everything in our stock will be sold. Lut tl Premiums lor Southeast Illssoari Cora .bow Deceiver 4 to 9. The premium lists are growing dail...

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. — 24 November 1911

7V 1 on n r t o 7 T T A OFT tt T r, a o f 6VN 1 rlf'1 Ar-Mr -' ' I .-..JO'-), ''-' v; p-art".'- n ti r;-t.1 ft V r it Ja-r ( t : " ' - n v . - i . -', , .irk i )"'5. 7 r; An-er v-r r.A ? n , ( ? . S- v"- ' . 'i e rr .1 "r r. ta J-i't 1 "i ! ..i. Sr.'' ''"' l:r V ' ' rr 1ji b-i- ttr'. i ftnl t.". ,t.-.s.r i tr rt-mx-ix-X. ' w..'ort ui. f r.j ri..-rft & rft.ina nl rr ci.r ii lv -;".:: art an o i frr 1 fajw4 f rt. h.v lut rr, In r'' -- " -5. h'i. v v-o :'tAr t- t in hi-rtf. V t f ss f"ar . 1 ffi" K-JH'fT. t.i 'rinji!)( mf-'A-!. Cfftr;l i-- nirrt.r T.'-Tl t ft C-.t'.P4 ft 4' y'.;...a t - j. P.jf'" dif ft ri.i r n'! ?r. ftf-'-r Ofiaf'rr,1'. H r- -"T' --'('; T r i ,!. ftfty I a hS k'''4 . i If'- V.a. Uhh iKison, ac.i v"f.-n .y'.n t'-vi-. Arri-r to f tw Ir.1 a ca ft rryij1- arrSL; 1 Ax'.tcr t l4we ft.t ir-.-a tor Ii-;. On tra way l.a -n ft l"fr to Jtr. T.-rtni-v. a, ft c!r:flo "ut n .kirLa. r-T ft ri'.'"ir rf:(iv jn arrir!:i fca flr.-dft ft n'.f ftwrffUtn f m. It li recta Amtr to nft h...

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. — 24 November 1911

J!il!lJl " n BOTTLE VWH A CREAM TAP Device I Extremely Simple, Differ ir.g Only by Having Lateral Neck Tube Worked Easily. When unskimmed milk Is delivered to the consumer In the tisunl type of bottle, the cream forma a luyer float ing on the milk, siiys the Kclontiflc American. !n pouring out the content bt (he bottle they are necessarily more; or Ipps disturbed and mingled. To provide a bottle tbftt shall be free Milk Bottle With a Cream Tap. from tills defect la the purpose of re-i cent patents here Illustrated. The do-; vice Is extremely simple, resembling In general outline the customary milk bottle, from which It differs by having a lateral neck formed about the point where the bottle reaches Its largest diameter. Throng thin neck a curved tube of ylass, paper or other suitable material Is Inserted, being free to Flido In and out a certain distance, or to rotate about Kb axis, lioth necks are closed with paper lids in the usual way. The operation of the device Is so straightfo...

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. — 24 November 1911

V n ? "f y Fri !ny t y ir :;v;j ff . it; ;.;.a rTi"H: CT rr t-t Kl Cafo Cam rj !, M th art f Vrh J. 1?V. u 1 1 r Cc ::e with m 03 f guzeupon the rtsrrnifi.-ar.t pre?criee of Use iHni..! wwu;- l.jzr'.-r, ( men who propose to put Cape Girardeau on the map. (Cub Reporters in the center.) Walk with 03 v.p the steps to tf.e tin ? tor handwork cf Flatter Ca.'te. e rr. in Buzzer en th : big steer, .'ler.r.essat as he v,-m points not imn si the great strides he rr. wa'ks out in the big circus to be admired by the common elements cf which he is master. (White ay cien ites the place cn which he prefers to stand, that the riuiant illumination of his ma jestic presence may mt escape the attention cf the idle passers by.) It's great to be a private in the ranks tut much greater to be a real Buzor and carry the banner of all-perfection in local government, by the Buzzers, of the Buzzers and for the Buzzers. Mr. Citizen, are you ready to surrender the town to the Broad way Buzzers, who are asking ...

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. — 24 November 1911

p3 Oldest Honk in Southeast Missouri CapiUl, $100,000 Carplu and Proofs $40,000 OFFICERS . J. ALBERT, President. II. L. MACHEn Cash. R. B. 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 G till 9 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. i i Cape Locals 5 Mrs. Jessie Fisher, wife of John Fisher of North Sprigg street, was a victim of an over dose of morphine Monday night. Various reports have been hand ed relative to the causes of the action, but the Herald has no definite information that Mrs. Fisher took the poison with suicidal intent, which she her self denies. She is now able to be...

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. — 24 November 1911

f i.; ' I-- V U I i. if 1 if w I V' ! U Meu'd lbiis.!-,:) Cj. CAfE GIRARDEAU . . MISSOURI CLAUDE. SEEKS NEW PHRASE Ist'r Luc.inda Trlee to H!p, but He ril Eatk on "G'.ad Flaoe." "LocimU!" Thftt ws brother Ctaurle speaking. M "!o lelrrrnHttv asccnwlim In li'.a tmirUtloiv Inillcnted t!)iU be wanted to 8f.li ;r a question. Ho always pttka ..nr.inda when lie wants to know ftiiy- "Luciruia," he wont on, "I've been In !U'd to a dinner by Algernon and I Want to tell li I in that of courbo I'll rome la evening dress, but I don't want to ay Ju?t that to Mm, U would -tm too formal; and I don't exactly ant to uny that I'll come in tuy (t.!ad 1f.a, for that would erora too Informal and aleo It's sort of commonplace! and worn. Can't you think of nun iliiiig t!it I could Bay InKlead of fc'.ad "Why, certainly," sail Luclnda; 'tell bf in you are coming In your g!ee sovue paraphernalia." "Oh, no!" says Brother Claude, "you know that wouldn't do. He'd only wngti at that." "Well, then," said Luclnda, ...

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. — 24 November 1911

WOMAN CURED COY OF ECZEMA t.ctmn Cnu?,ed Abucetses Now En tirely Cured by Rnlncl. Yhe can tell tbe terrible Kuffurlng cf Uils poor boy until his mother finally fl;overed JloBlnol? Taken from school because of his tad plight. ' to was la misery pres.! or, probably, than word tan describe. Head what bis siother says: "My boy bnd Eczema In such a form that It caused abscesses on his head. I i compelled to take hlra from ichool. Alter lining your soap and ointment for three -weeks ho was en tirely cured, I 'will always keep both In my home. "MRS. FLORENCE GRIFFIN, 128 Wltitoa Btreot, rhiladolpUla, Ta If ileslnoi can do thin iu one can It ran do It In all cases of akin dis ease. We have thousands of testi monials telling of wonderful cures. Reslnol Ointment la prescribed by physicians for every skin Irritation, Including: cuts, sores, scalds and burns, and Is a remedy for bolls, car buncle, folonB, plica, eczema, bar ber's Itch, tetter, shingles, psoriasis, eruptions of poison Ivy and ot...

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. — 24 November 1911

!'l dm;:; account is dependable if r , r i 1 r I'M , It supplies fmils when needed, promotes system in conducting money matter, surest; economy, furnishes receipts (or bills paid, increases piedie, and is the modern way to handle finances. Keep your check account here, and open it now. n i j ilT Ck I ; ?H n V 1 r? 1 n i r ttt U i 1 "kk tm U r- 4 ViV. J...!. sa,-JA. n. VerjuL. -M. OF JACKSON WILLIAM PAAU LEON CLIPPAHD Cashier Assistant Cashier !3 t - v o Jadicoa flews. Dr. Hays spent Monday in the Cape. Mrs. L. Boss is visiting in St. Louis. W. W. Taylor went to Chaffee Monday. ' The Tuesday club met with Mrs. Fred Goyert. Mrs. Chas. Macke visited in the Cape Sunday. M. Z. LaPierre had business in Sikeston Tuesday. Pink Stevens of Millerville was in Jackson Saturday. Joe Williams is in St. Louis. Will Wagner and wife are visiting at Oran. Dr. B. W. Hays and wife are visiting in Columbia. A child of Adam Loos, aged o year;-, was severely scalded while playing around the boiler at a sa...

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. — 1 December 1911

'I Jul r A 4 2 ' ft I" u . 'I IT'. I ? i i 1 -4 .:1 i f .4 lu- .J-S o THE PEOPLE'S PAPES Voi75cTil "SUCCESS COMF.5 TO THOSE W30 CO OUT AND tET IT" svkscp.;?tic7I rnics, $i.C3 a year, i:i.:va?:: Capo Girardeau, Missouri, Friday, November I, 1911. No. 5G ft i General News Herns. I ift!fititt$ifi4!$i A spelling contest is in pro gress at Gravel Hill today, which is being conducted by Mis Anna E. Bailey, the efficient teacher: The Oak Ridge Literary So ciety gave a Thanksgiving pro gram and box supper at the church November 20th, which was greatly enjoyed. " ' . The Oak Ridge Literary So ciety gave a Thanksgiving pro gram and box supper at the church November 29th, which was greatly enjoyed. Jno. Left which, former county clerk cf Seutt county and well known throughout Missouri, died in St. Louis last Friday and the remains were shipped to Benton for burial. It is reported that efforts' are being made to move the Foems dorf depot to Illmo, and Frisco officials have been approached with ...

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. — 1 December 1911

vLGUIS JOSEPH mNCfc c? 41 'hid i;:uo: O.N l&'&r. ... t tVNOrSl. Vt rlfl mhv, atarUnfy for 'JttcV pt-.t)t-v'.. Sio l-.!a f lati J. Qua'n, comHi '". r. ,i a vljcb: Ky .j'ei'rt.n who bm h-ii J (M f"'r1'-n fti l-fam-fl In to rtw1 ( ' ft. t i . 1 1 ' I. ' iHf h t ;.., i .n) j j .ti: II. ") i fr:nt"l t cf i; 1-.I," fc.V.'r'- Antixr a rv1 itrTtnn; ft To.' fi-r, !! ban.i, ttiM pfuTi in t. iw,1. oa i-l rolls Mim.fr br nama. ' li (utn trff.n.'-9 l'r a M'-a E"pMa )..r of "(. I'arr-M t Ibe -h ilifuinptio arvioa In IrnVia ami 4-uryr 4,a vii'l'i. HTr ft)iia U'r 5 l..iHiil t.i;f ta burfe-UrlF-.! e'l ICa f f :i'fl b-u ft'oWn. Amt nr find Qialn Hi M"'! An a n HiHr1 an.t b'.'ms h't ami r,!i- la mnro.mo 1, lia wa.n4pri :?, fi'ril:y rfHi li-n n cabin itj .1 rr na (?a v-u;;.,nt an oll frn(1 nm.l l.itf,ni t".miv l.l fY.O In - '".1. who att.'iara 4o b In hlfltny. v. t:n MIp l oircll la t:f nllnr5l UlAlon ia frxiMt'.v ut:iHti. lh4tt-M npr r..l R::mmn( Tiutton to ft ri!r. of oi.riM Ivmv. Hiiltnn air...

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. — 1 December 1911

7 The Genevieve Who Is a Right Hand Man Whirl JnmPR married Genevieve he ' u unknown young lawyer with ambitions. She "ocmcd far cleverer than he and wan, besides, the daughter of a promi nent citizen. It was thus felt by all Genevieve Included that Jumes hnd done extremely well for himself. James worked hard after they were married and in the cotir.so of events he won an important suit and received ft fee of $500. It was put In the local pa pers br nn unheard-of thing for so young an attorney. Then James work ed harder than ever and got bigger fees; and after a while he went into politics. Now, my deais, do not understand from this that James went to the peni tentiary and his wife took In washing. Nor even that ho deserved to go to tho I-eiiltentliiry and his wife wore dia monds as big as a hen's vgg. Nothing of the sort. James Just went Into politics; and his talents being peculiarly suited to the political fame which is often complicated by the game played by people who want thin...

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. — 1 December 1911

J. v. A c i ry l'i l.'.iy u.i rri!i,is:!i(; ( ('nVNY. ion !('(': 171 MvntfCO lV t o 1 1 !' (scnui cVn-H r.:i'.trr at of Mr.nli 3, 1S79. few people fail to realize the vnV.Jo cf advertising. The im 'vOitaTit question, therefore, is the kind of isdvcrtising tliat pays bf.'-.t. The general public is conceded to believe in advertis ing, yet to appeal forcibly to them the ad. and the publica tion, in which it appears must he cku-ely allied to facts. The Herald ha:? had many seemingly glittering propositions submit ted to it lately by foreign con cerns seeking a foothold in this territory, but as most cf them are of doubtful stability we re-; fused to admit the announce ments in our columns in justice to home merchant and buyer. The local merchant, who looks to his laurels, w'ill also assist the home newspaper in guarding" the city against "branch stores" that are formed into a chain, the first link being in the met ropolitan city.wbere the revenue from sales goes to enrich men who are no...

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. — 1 December 1911

1 cj) EL Oldest flank in Southeast Missouri CapiJal, 5100,000 Surplus and Protifs $40,000 ......OFflCERS. . J. ALBERT, President. R. 15. OLIVER. V-Pres. 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 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. 1 1 Cape Locals M. L, Doris of Emminence was in the city Monday. L. J. Albert, Jr., alter spend ing several days in the city, re turned to St. Louis, his home. R. C. Hough and Jas. S. Mitch ell of the Herald were in St Louis Saturday on business. Mrs. T. J. Schorb has had as her guest this week Miss Eva Sluter, her neice, of Indiana. Mre. P. A. Hoch and son, Philip, are visitin...

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. — 1 December 1911

Ccur.ty Herds) t ..r :: oitmoEAU Missouri TurV-ny tt t-.-lnj; omOe . float. Almost any rnunn widow can tcech bihi' how trt f.iU til lovo. Sar of 1ro mihnnn colli. It it lo csitrh, t),.t lumi to 1ok. It's nln'slii to try to Jnrt;;e !! I at ty l hfui ti.tt iii en-t-.rr it S9 $n.-bp round for a woman. C'.'t. her weight. Eanunt rosparcb may yt J1rcIos a rr'Ma.irnnt halted ;Tint that his hd til its core removed. With all tlia tMr.f.i tint woman bat to reform sl;o la 'n IU mighty tweet nd r.tUHvliva. Tb:t MaHnchti(if its citizen who got r vr ii..t;ij7, win ii l.a w'rhod to b arry wan a bad speller. Our notion of to rneanert man Is tue New York thief who etoie a bride groom's best pair i'f trousers. " "Do cot marry a poet," tajrt on rorcna. lint Burr"-'' he doesn't uhow any tywptnms before marriagot A noted phyaiclar. says that ragtime music la bound to 'drive us crazy. Hy ibit St. Vitus ilanco route, probably. The editor of a fashion magazine ays "a rerf"et ft is fatal to a stout woman" E...

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. — 1 December 1911

Ti"f i7T - T" T-rn n Hfmnmij),,,,,,,, , , V.,-fc'A-w.- o fjG NATIONS Nnw Lire at Old Nineveh American Machinery and Enterprise Have Penetrate i to the Remotest City In Turklah Empire. By WILLIAM T. ELLIS. Momi!, Turkey In Aida. American papers tannine; over the ruins of Kineveh that la the striking symp tom which I hare to report from this ;Ity, itself anciont, across the river from the capital of world dominion 'during the height of Assyria's power. These paradoxes of progress niay be found all along the Tigris river, as prophecy of the not distant day when this cow somnolent region, once tho renter of the world, will have been wakened to the modern civilization which Is the most powerful of all the conqueror that have swept over tho earlli. The very day I arrived here 25 Chi cago reapers carne also, to augment the pioneer six already here. The liy seems quite aroused over agri cultural machinery and I was en treated to urge American manufac turers to send catalogue, If not salesme...

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. — 1 December 1911

sir: .is. nun li .snjt1irs funds when y-Vf-ft'in iii conductip, I- bills paid, inere;i-:es prestige, and tlx1 mod: i n w.'iy to handle liniutces. Keep yonr chock account hero, find open it 1 1 (i HIDE i T. 4 OF JACKSON WILLIAM PAAll LEON CLIPPARD Jackson Ilevs. Robt. Reid was in Oran sev eral days this week. Sam Wallace went to New Madrid Monday on business. Tom Taylor Sunday. went to Chaffee W. C. LaPicrre Cape Monday. was in the Jno. Snider Bluff Monday. went to Ponlar Elucher Sperling returned from Perry ville Monday. Miss Maud Phillips is visiting her mother at B'oomrield. Auditor Quiry of the Iron Mountain is in Jackson to remain until after the holidays. - County Assessor W. A. Bovvers and County Clerk Goyert went to Poplar Bluff Tuesday to attend court. Mrs. Carl Wallace has had as her guest Mrs. T. C. Morris, her daughter, of Mt. Vernon, 111. Mrs. Morris returned home Mon day. The Misses Anna and Gusta Wilhelm have returned from a pleasant extended visit to rel atives at Pao...

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. — 8 December 1911

'""""'vw,,,,,, , "V ... I j I - ! i :- 1 f 1 . a 2 3 ! ' A .-'A' ..! 1 ! l! f ' ..,jap;..J -- ,i IKE PEOPLE'S PAPER "SUCCESS COMES TO THOSE WKO 60 OUT AND GET IT" Vol. XIII Capo Girardeau, Missouri, Friday, December 8, 1911. No. ST The Booster Meeting. The Commercial Club of Cape 'Girardeau entertained the St. Louis delegation to the booster meeting December 4th at luncheon and smoker. Dr. J. V. Goode of Chicago University spoke at the Normal auditorium prior to the luncheon. The delegates were welcomed by Vice President I. JR. Kelso, the response being made by Thomas L. Mauldin.who thanked the people for their cordiality and paid a high tribute to the city by the river. Touching upon water trans portation, Mr. Mauldin said the day would come when not only would "we have a 14-foot chan nel, but that our children's children would see the largest ocean liners passing each other with full steam ahead at any point between St. Louis and the Gulf." A. II. Foote, who spoke on "The Cape Ter...

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. — 8 December 1911

Jig 1 ? -v i. f V ! '..tat . i ,,- 4- nr-A i - i''-.:.:. t.kH f ,'v r-1 r-n -. i Aff '-r v r 40 I'- ' r l Ijisr. aa-. !'. :.-. f. i :". .- ' r, It t b n-'-kr r---:' 1 -.:! 1 T -'. I .! -c.. to ir.M k r" j rmri'in p'sr. T- lnr ' h sr. vy-r ; t- f'tr .t nut.' t I' ei.v-.tnr. .'r '&. ji rf (he To""! t a ir.o!iT-i : ...-!, cm to a '.art 1-r I"kr- CHAPTER XHl., IT a Photcgraph. Tint mm night Amber fiined .t .?2e f..eiiiljTry. cn the Invitation of tiai'ttea, the local representative of ;-vw!rr,''it. seconded ty the lasist 5ce ,t OoV.r.el Ffirre'.L It developed tiat Cij-bia'a tel'ffram had somrhow -n kt la trsusilt, and FatTeil's ear-f-r.! sad plvasure at sight of her were. ir.i:f'rt4 OT:!y by tis keen apprecia ')! cf Atr:bcr's adrent'.tlaua sfirvicea. fiijrht tto'iKii they tad been. lie was iise4 to sty the evenicg out, before jirocedlng to bis designated quarter, jd the reluctance with which he ac-sxede-d to this arrangement which worker o happily with tis desires, nay bo Imagined. K...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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