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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 8 December 1911

i.iFuOVii.iLi MANAGEMENT OF CLOVER HAY Experlenca Showo It Possesses High er Feeding Value When Cut and Cured Green at Possible. ray n. a. wkatherstonk.) Experience as will ns exact experi ments provo that clover liny poHHCBses a higher feeding value when the crop la cut nnd cured ns green an possible. The majority of farmers bIIow their clover to get too rlpo before they be ?,ln the work of cutting nnd harvest ing Kverr practlenl feeder of dairy cattle and young things knows th Handy In Clover Field. alue of roweft ns food for milk pro duction and growth. What lis the mat ter with making rowea out of tho whole of the clover crop? The clover should be cut as soon as It Is In blossom. It cannot be cured as quickly, but It man be cured, end we shall be more sure to get a good second crop. Much of trfb feeding value of the clover depends upon how the crop Is managed after it Is cut; and right iere is where we find many practical farmcra who fall to agree on how the plover should bo ban...

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. — 8 December 1911

.....U i'y t! .! cv. tin; (!!!' AST. . i-'ut'soir n pii'o; Jl.nit jut 'r I :'. r. .1 Pt t ('-1110 C,irnril--.nt, M dt March 3. 1S79. Ill" rcrcnE tiic king. cr tijlonn of The? Iler be found an article rom .tb Globe-Dcmo- 4T it relative ito a dance given by the sacieiy -.women of clear 1 list Louis, .before "King cail Mordkin, the renown Kusian of Ii.!icn-iiin dancing in rriratiops. .According: to our information, the .women wore t.bcrnrrs, we presume to lend proper tone to tie c'?eme. They '- -s -I VtS f1"r - rt T I- r bcth from, the audience and of the Kin?, who proposes to be a true and unflinching student in the "art," and that nothing may bo left undone to lend em- r.1 - is to his unique expositions of the hop, skip and jump he doe3 not hesitate to interpret the costumes that shall be worn by the participants, and selects women from the cultivated so cial circles to add lustre And flavour to the cast. It is not sur prising that a man should seek to be the King of the dancing worl...

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. — 8 December 1911

A. 'I fit " Vf" OKlcst Bank in Southeast Missouri Capilal, $100,000 Surplus and Profits $40,000 11 orncERs J. ALBERT, President. II. L. MACIIEN, Cash B. OLIVER, V-rrcs. 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 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 eubject to check or at 4 per cent interest in our Sav ings Department. I : Cnpc Locals : : The ladies of the Centenary Methodist church prepared a Bumptious supper for the Boost ers in the basement of the church building Tuesday night. Short speeches appropriate to the occasion were made by the invited guests; General Passen ger Agent Hilton of the Frisco, and II. B. Gordon, representing the Business Mens' Le...

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. — 8 December 1911

-tern) ft WBVwlif WTtWP,WJI 3 MISSOURI i::s TninD the v;r,c:.'a ruF Tf M Was Wry Yc ung VVomi With L'(.!-jr,rd Tucket Cojldn't f ind Car Faro. 'i ts real class in fetnlntna coelutcf.'B no iu'i.va Ih on th itjo;!ol ot an tu; br''a cover, omarocnird nith. many fc'u'tois, ftriys a New Yo;k tew-opnppr cot t.fon5oot Introductory to tiU Hory. U t!i(i wearer Is pwt'.culnt 1' topho!, sl.e Jin a podwit a rrc:;ie.r, smay.Hfco jockot to which entrance U jpfliiftd through a tiu'totieil ioMi flap, lb other day J. Dukes Wool era, net of Archibald S. White's Now York ss ao:lates, m riding on one of the M fashioned pxy-when-the-eonduc'.or pot yoii cam. A very pretty, very stylish very bob.ittoDcd ycurig women 8nt own by his fiMo. The conductor ca'.l d for her nlchnl and ehe began fum Mctj for her buttoned up pocket Ev ry now and then her face lighted up Wliii hkppllierti. En did the face of J. Dukes' Woo-te.-. Then tha young wotnaa blushed and euir.cd downcast Po did J. Dukes Woofers. ' ' By find b...

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. — 8 December 1911

CHAFir.G OF DAOY STOPPED INSTANTLY Boreneua jnd Bleeding Qu'oMy Cured, Mm. J. P. .Deal, Kansas City, Kan., writes: "I cannot speak too highly of Until nol. Wliim cur baby fin four months old she was no fnt that clmfi.d In. the creUKi-8 of her legs and body, flha was so soro and Inflamed that. ) bled, end wan fretting and crying a I most constantly. Ileslnol Ointment was recoinnionJed to un. We hud tried everything that could 1)8 Ihounlit f without miccec, but Itenlnol cured, her la very short t!m. Wo rnnnidnr It tho heft household remedy for Irrl tatitiR fliln troubles, and would not be without It. Wo are aluo greatly pleased with Keslnol Snap. It 1 do de lightfully refreshing for tho bath." Ilesinol Olntmont and neslnol Tollot (Soap are high grade standard prepara tions, nnd their merit and reliability have won them a place) la millions of homes. They are for sale at every drug store on the American conti nent and by nil leading chemists In ether countries. Sample sent free if you ...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 8 December 1911

a ;;ai;:: account It supplies fluids when needed, promotes', system in ronductin money matters, supstx economy, furnishes nu-cipts for 1 tills paid, increases pivstie, and is the modern way to Itundlo finances. Keep jonr check ncconnt hero, and open it now. rrnr; TT .1 X t i i i H OF JACKSON WILLIAM PAAR LEON CL1PPAR1) lt!l! Jaclicoa News. $ Judge Chas. Bartels, a long time resident of Cape county and a former judge of the county court, died at home seven miles from Jackson Tuesdy night, of Bright's disease, after a weeks illness. He was a native of Ger mrny and moved with his par ents to this county when a small boy, from which time he grew to be one of the good citizens who are appreciated for their worth as makers of a substantial commonwealth. He is survived by two sons and one daughter B. F. Bartels and Mrs. Hart man of this county, and Henry II. Bartels, whose home is in Howell county. Funeral services were held Thursday evening at the German Methodist church, three miles west...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 15 December 1911

'1 , i 1 . i 1 !l V t . i H i I 1 i ,;;;,.vr'.. 1 -5 vawf Ne;' 1!E PEOPLE'S PAPER 'SI!CCt5S COMES TO THOSE WHO 00 OUT AND GET IT" SUBSCRIPTION PEICE, 51,00 A TEAS. PI Wfl.':Zl Vol. XIII Cape Girardeau, Missouri, Friday, December 15, 1911. 3 Printed sfalnmery makes a nice A The Herald Printers llThnni Si. A Pica For The Poor at Christmas Do you know of any homes in your neighborhood where Santa Claus never comes? Is there a sick father, a father out of work, a widowed mother, an old and indigent person? Charity, it has been said, begins at home, but it shouldn't stay there. It should go out into the highways and byways. Especially is this true of Christmas charity, which should be the highest kind of Christian charity. Your chil dren will have toys and sweet meats in abundance. Perhaps they will have more than is good for them. It will make you hap py to look into their joyous fa ces on Christmas morning when they expect the treasures left for them by Santa Claus. But there is a sort...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 15 December 1911

j OFFICIAL lilYITATIO.'I ! TO A".EniCA!!S c v . 11 11 1 1 in::: f it: f no or 1 p .a aim HJW ROBERT ROGtP.S, MINISTER f CF THE INTER!0, IN WINNIPEQ ADDRESS. ISSUES WELCOSrE i Cr AMERICANS TO WEST E co?kOthy ELAcrjiorj: mi TV-, ls-3 -.t to at."-:: j T i-'t-.'- t' '" r; tin oi ! "' to . sr t As " la ?,'! ! ! t f j 'f:t aV:--;t tt r. a".eT.':3 . (' F (. .' r writer c?9 t".t e? I e" s:;o w'thcut aUsO t to "TS S 1 tii r- i tt rr-n sr;t-.-cri e3 $ t tit I redlird tt4 it erxfd cot fce t ? jSl frtx-t ;-ort. t'fitT. J Airvt s'i "-.ij c-'-a r t! 3 frr i eMa It tt : It tu ec.xe j C;' ?.tt.t ! wll' try t l tie tins i-r jn i?:s. it isty j 1 cc-rascw J. -.ml by ir.n. I Crpfr5't. ( ts''--.-r '.r.n t.-i crowd -.t T.t at 4 the Utter to i -r.'oit e t it .U ' i to bv. Tr.e mcfiri're wruld te a a!o..t' ; tfciEg oa ti-e fine, i.r St ec:i t j Tit SrS'-Js! ii wt (,f r.n? cf cur ' tr.-;lhT cv.-n ! Ir.':!ra;i tjr tt ; iT.oiEt cf .::.-.:' r.f thj jlt ah. tt ; Jar. ! r ;H wintr ca the ftt Itat ttis ' yr' citr...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 15 December 1911

mmmm QIJDiziS Over th World' Oldest Route The Ancient Highway Acres Mesopo tamla Will Again Be a Main Artery of Trad and Travel. BY WILLIAM T. ELLIS. number on that Jie cannot pull to fllior w'th his fellows. So thero are many unrtlra mid organizations among turned out to lie an ofTiror of the hnn I fl I V1 ' or Irregular police, and lii ruirod me that I wns safe under his them, slnco the Revolution. Some are j protection, a i'atuitoiin remark Hint frankly aimed at the overthrow of! did not ell Urfa, Mesopotamia. To this city, .Trio ancient Kdessa, I have come from l-ppn, over the route taken by count less armlet of conquest Turkish, rab, Crusader, Persian, Roman, Gre cian, Egyptian, Assyrian, Babylonian. Abraham came over the same route :o the Promised Land. Jonah went 'this way, after trying to go In the olh tr direction. The heart-broken pro- icsalou of Jewish captives camo into txlle over this same stony road. Now, 'n the same general direction are pointed the German Dagdad rail...

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. — 15 December 1911

"V; r- ' r ; ,-" . t.:V.- J"- :i:i:u rrMisjnv; '. t. 0 1 l-'.rr! "., rvi e'.a r.arr t 'J,- vvt ." t Cap fc'r;l-i !. f- e.-..!-r ti. R" - Mi":h 3. O.-.e r r.;.- :.f the II'xaM'M rr.cr.t wfiJ given Ccrel .;r,'t?; ever to the Ja; . ?.- vvrre q ;k'1 ',f the H' rail as a me-iiun in jvhkh to advcrti? their Christ nr..5 geod-, but th Jackson n:rch5.r.t3 were rt alor.e in their arrrech xrrti mrTCT,r.; vc-hide. The local C3- t tf a an 1 i bctu-ht frace to lctt?r t'r.lro-lijce j thf ir warp-, uhich fi'ivi'A'S !i to i to have an insight into the val-1 ce cf f rcy-r a'lvc-rti-ir in. the TjTOTvjr rneiram. Invhcations point to a heavy hc'.i.Jay business this yart and it i.s safe to eay the -or!e will lo their shorv ping in Cape County, knowing that they can supply their many wants at home without j,roins? to St. Louis or scme ether larger city. We ecu! J have easily soil ' double the amount of spaceif ii-e had had time frorn'our regu lar duties to go out fteriit,fand many who tcnk small spaces as...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 15 December 1911

LOU 1 Oldest Bank in Southeast Missouri Capital, $100,009 Surplus and Profits $40,000 It. officers. J. ALBERT. President. II. B. OLIVER, V-Pres. J. MACIIEN, Cash. 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 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. if I Cape Locals Chas. Milster of was here Tuesday. Wittenberg J. R. Kelso went to St. Wednesday, Louis 11. B. Oliver, Sr., went to St. Louis Wednesday. Mrs. Whit Matthews and daughter of Commerce were in the city Tuesday. Dr. J. W. Derry of Auxvasse is visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Carter. Mrs. Jessie Hale of Sikeston returned home Tuesday...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 15 December 1911

i '1 i O JJ5L0UIS JOSEPH mMCB .union cr "rnr i3has: eq'.vj" ftc. SYNOPSIS. Arrver, pt-irMna; a, tjn1r-VOnt-. f'f lIt w.lh lila trend. U'm, romna ui- ! fc-n A jomna- lady tquit';an who has 1. moumed fry hr her- freeorntntt; fHtrht at th a-id.len pterro-a In the road Jf burly li'.n.bi. It flfrlrM he l I'ehnrt j haderjl, The appointed tmi1 hptih-a of the Ba'.l," addresses m'r ft man cf Msh runic unit p- 'k.iik -iyiterloiie hule bronne ho, "The To l"ri." Into M hand, GaenT.pear In tha r"-io,1. The irl rails Amber by namo. In turn nodreasoa ber tt M'ei p-.p'ue .trail, fbltiirhter cf Col. Knjrell of tea t''i'!h (Vvloniaibi rvo In Toil .na lliirj ti.a Q i:oe. ftevei-nl night lalar t'n C.inln hnma la 1ml c. iKrIred and the (hfwe boi dti'lnn. Amber and Q'taln so fcuintlna; on an Island and bfonmi lost end w..i.r la 1-ft uimrooned. l' n-nndera boot, finally rtwI'M a cabin end reo wilwi J ltd occupant en old friend tamed rtutton, whom hn 1.st mt In V.ntt f n-t. aid who apD'ra to I In htdlni. t...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 15 December 1911

.7. X iUMUVV r?T . ."V. - ,K . .. , ; u. s- ; . (Also tnnr amies r; UkLV The Genevieve Who Oenevleve was the dearest Utile Islnc-eyed beauty that you ever saw. t'ha was aweet enough to Rive a man npafmis of Joy, just to look at her. Her llnipl3 were us twinkling beautiful .an an average beauty's eyes and her dear little hands clung to a man's arm like oh well, JuBt liko dear little dim pled hands. You can't bcRt that, any way. Her emtio wan a beam of sunshine, and as for her figure! James felt for her with the maddest enthuBliimn, and 1t being a slack season In proposals and this James having clear, grey eyes and a set, determined chin, aa 'well as a good salary, he married Gen evieve. And she lived happy ever After. James was awfully happy, too, on his honeymoon. He saw life through a rosy mist. lie wus sure sure that heavon can eomo to earth, and even nioro sure that ho settled down Into the coziest i jrner of the fky-parlor. And ho put f enevleve and her dim ples on a pedestal an...

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. — 15 December 1911

k V A TV CCOUNT 1 1 It supplies funds vvlic-n nc.ilril, promotes system conducting money mutters, M!'.;u sls cconom v, furnishes receipts for Mils paid, incrrjiscs prest i.uv, and is Hie mud vu vnv to handle iimnee. Keep your check aceoiint here, and open it now. "J 5 h r 7 ' '( : J ! lit) ,4 i 1 'l ViV'i. 0 Jf-J. or JACKSON WILLIAM PAAR TiKON CLTPI'AIU) -:X '? o it- s e is ft 2 Jackson Ilcws. S i):- $ Steve Kirksey went to Chaffee Tuesday. C. A. Vandivort was in Sikes ton Sunday. Fred Goyert was at the Cape Wednesday. . Clarence Taylor was in the Cape Sunday. Fred Hartle of Millerville was in town Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Garnett Morton are parents of a boy. Mr. X. D. Hubbard had busi ness in the Cape Monday. R. 2.1. McCombs of Sikeston was in town Tuesday night. Mrs. John Macke, after spend ing several days in Jackson, re turned to the Cape Monday. Herman Hatler of Pocahontas was in Jackson on business Mon day. Albert Spaulding and W. W. Cramer returned from Poplar Bluff. A new radiat...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 22 December 1911

l''l NofWUl School Julv II , t I ! ' . I ) ( fl f i m o ..- ......Kf".. Jt 16.,.: i IKE FECPIE'S PAPER "SUCCESS COMCS TO THOSE HO CO OUT AXD 6ET IT" susscRiPTicM p?.!C, $i.c3 a ycas. Purvis Vol. XII I Cape Girardeau, Missouri, Friday, December 22, 1911. ORDINANCE NO. 93G. MISDEMEANORS. AN ORDINANCE , defining what shall constitute misdemean ors or offenses against the City of Cape Girardeau, and provid ing penalties therefor. RE IT ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CAPE GIRARDEAU, MIS SOURI, AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. Sparring and Box ing. Any person who shall engage in any public sparring or boxing exhibition. or who shall aid. abet, er assist in any such exhi bition, or who shall furnish any room or other place for such ex hibition within the limits of this city, shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor. Section 2. --Affrays. If two or more persons shall within this city in any public place, voluntarily or by agree ment engage in any light, or use any blows or violence toward each...

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. — 22 December 1911

0: o mis josepii "1 H rrTTTT! A SYNOPSIS. ''! n'ttt. fnif!if fr it MV-ph(vvt- v-t w:;?i r-!e fneri-1. j Jinl t, -fivia uf a y-"-.it.$ iALiir t'ljiitintri t:, i-a m th n ii')i.iirftnrt i ifca rw ;; h-nif M'"'!'! iv r'"'tAr h :-.r! Jii e'hftt 'rji. "TV tt r poi f ml . ft rt;n cf (''ffh ra'Vs ftn-1 ir-";iifl: a l.t'.Ip fciMrc h'.s. ri'.a Ti "" ! h' I arvt, dif;;i.-iir In t! wl, y. qr'rt Aiisl'tr (. ra'ttf. ; n t '.!-) )rt' rr s P-ph1 J'r. 'i, .'ml,; -'.t o Cl. Jmrroii ft t!:9 .rtM!t r a-prvlc in tn!t. and fl...:- t,a Q liiim. tV'ver-U rtifciin "f'er Vf .;'in h.vit In br.rian .1 art th j,.15 t,.". An-.t.-r an.l j mln i .. ns; n a tnti.n1 an.l bv-ro t--wit 'et - ' r ! U..K--...r.r i. fits v . n !-in ""it. CnS;y r''rir & ebin oJ ro '" i lt iKfuyint an rM y '.! Rutt'in. w'.Mni l.o lat n;-l In r.c-3-1, ff- epvara to bi 1n f itiinaf. .'n M,h Knrf'il ib nnrlonft Hntnn ! -an.T-ly r.tai.'d. ttiterjt pp-nr r,.i i. mmona Kutinn to a mf'lnx o! a ritrlii toly. Kutt n tf!? a rrol t and ri frr -?...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 22 December 1911

52 jaTr a ?j7iw HOODWINKED DULL IS SAFE Leather Device Can Bo Put Over Eyes f Ugly Animal, Giving Good Ventilation and Light. The following description nt a hood for n tin 11 tlmt has become, brcachy In written by a contributor fo Hoard's Hiilrynum: I Kot ft flank of leather for about $1 IT), took a Kood !)vc-rli halter that fit (you run vtry tbo size), cut th front, 13 1m he;J at lop by 8 inehes at bottom and 12 inches long; two nido pieces 8 Indus wide at top by 6 Bull Hoodwinked. finches bottom, 12 Inches long; cut front of side pieces square, back on a miter. Put inside of leather together, black side down of front und up of side, rivet about three-fourths of an Inch from edge with copper belt riv ets and burs long enough to rivet -well, und Indies apart center to center (as he will try It severely). The hood will stand open like a box at corners over his eyes, glvliiK f;ood ventilation ami some light. Klvet back of side pieces to Hide strap of lialter between the iins, make a l...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 22 December 1911

-M ?! ' .1 y I I V. U.O'.i S- r:. -!'..-) t. S''0"?vt i;'';f rial.' si Caj-e CJrrartP-au art of Mir.-h 3, 173. 0'rNT- -- lC r.tn 1 from fin t rge.) f thi- ordinance shall be deem ed rui!ty of a rnisJemear.or krtd ah f1' n I'.? '-'r! ! 'l be p.:! nt l-s than five nor irjcre than fifty dollar?. ., "l ruttir.'.T Dead A -! imals in well. etc. If any person, or persons, put anv dead animal, care?. t!li r-5t-r th-rivif riiTfil r-r aiv ousi cr any. otner . ;.;:h Hit j ai.y wtii.i rji'v.:, inxX'R, any public fountain, within this c 1 1 , every prcre-n so GikCr.uirtg i-hali. on conviction thereof, be deemed guilty of a misdemearior, and haii lie fined in a -um net less than ten ror mere than . one hundred dollars. If any person shall remove, or caused to be removed and placed in or near any public road or highway, or upon premises r.ot his own, or in any of the streams or water-courses ether than the Missif sir pi River, any dead an imal, careas or part thereof, or other nuisance, every pers...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 22 December 1911

" - -.- '"' s s s Oldest Rank In Southeast Missouri Capital, $100,000 Surplus and Prolits 540,000 OFFICERS . J. ALBERT, President. II. L. It. I'. OLIVER. V-Pres. J. F. 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 inierest in our Sav ings Department. t i A ( :! 't-!? i Cape Locals 6 )S Evelyn Revelle was a visitor in Sikestou Monday. A special "Santa Claus"wagon will deliver Christmas mail in this city. Four hundred members of the K. & L. S. feasted on a turkey supper Monday night. Dr. T. P.. Turnbaugh left Thursday morning for a few days visit to Cape Girardeau and Jackson. W. E. Graves and wife, who hav...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 22 December 1911

........ t ir CUTTING UP THE WRECKAGE OF THE MAINE DAINTY DESSERTS TO TRY :-:: County Ikrdi) Him aid Puljti! ry Co. VZAiT' GIRARDEAU MISSOURI r f'AY CE NEW WORLD POWER fousibly That Chin Will Yet Ercome Military Force to D Reckoned With. When the. Imperial government's troops are victorious over tho rebel tn the Yangtze Valley tho same' story f Moody and prolonged fighting coin3 out of China which was told when the Inmirgents were tiiumphnnt In both cases success coat ft high price In killed and wounded, In neither did tho beaten army give way until U liud jm:k a bravo phew cf steadiness un dp' fire. There is uo room fur doubt tbnt the Chinese cnn stand punishment, us the j'UKlliiitu bay. In war. They aris no fow arils, tior are they lad ing in per fovcieme. Every test indicates that the Chi:ue naiiou is rlih la th iw n.atcrial out of which great armies tit good soldiers could be made. That may happen in time. 11 depends large ly upon the Lecd which the Chinese feci. It llcy .1.-0 d...

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