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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 22 December 1911

BASHFUL , ArA fPnpyrliiit. mil.) T wan Chiiatmas eve. Andrew lli;ilnt;ton, with a neat Utile package. In his brcftHt pocket and a Ihtohhitifr heart beneath tlio Fame pocket, had boon trying for a full hour to muster up enough eottrnrre to take out the. jachap;, and otTir It. together with hln throbbing heart, to Amabel Tuttle. Amabel was Just such a t r "1,1 f.f I .1?. oi iS founfr woman pa JuhI micli a yontiK man as Andrew would ardently desire to present with. hl throbbing heart and tho contents of the neat package. The latter contained a ring, set with a chicle diamond. The throbbing heart contained what Andrew was ready to promiso should be life long devotion to Amabel. Why go Into detail renardlns the whole year during which' he had laid siege to the heart of Amabel? There had been moments thin Christmas eve when Andrew's fingers nervously sought his breast pocket. Amabel knew he was on the verge of proposing. Gracious mercy! Tho woman w ho cannot diagnose a threat ened proposa...

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. — 22 December 1911

a II (.A i r j r Mtt I I 1" t Mil It supidie r i . .-.1 'S lUIUIN WJH'll y.-iem in iiiduclin;;- M'vsls iroiiniiiv, furnishes receipts for Mils paid, increases preside, ami is the moilcin war to handle linanees. Keep your cle rk account here, and (.'pen it liu w. Si rn 1 iiTt (TMTTl JETS n or JACKSON WILLIAM PAAR LEON CL1PPAR1) 4". ". i" s -w V' Vv V' V rTi o r i o ) ( ) C 3 H M ny improved farm in on t Llissouri. C ) ( ) f ) t ) o (j n o i ) Lor4 time, Low Rate ol ROOM 17, HOUCK BUILDING. S. E. Cor. Main and Broadway. CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO. u t.; ' W Vup W 'W w W ; Jrxhson Nevs. r ? Joe Williams spent Tuesday in the Cape. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Byrd are in St. Louis. Roscoe Watkins returned to Charleston Wednesday. Jno. Kneibert returned from St. Louis Tuesday. A. D. Hubbard had business in the Cape Monday. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Sam Vandivort, a fine girl. Lieut. Col. Warren Mabrey went to.Jeflerson City Tuesday. Chas. Grohsman and Wilbur Spradling spent Sunday in the Cape. Dr. M. E. Shelt...

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. — 29 December 1911

3 O A TrTYFT3 r ( 7 i i I i i i 1 .1 i.- nw' THE PEOPLE'S PAPER "SUCCESS COMES TO THOSE WHO CO OUT AND GET II " JUSSCKIPTIGN PK!CE, $1.C3 A YEAR, H ADVA,:.:i Vol. XIII Cape Girardeau, Missouri, Friday, December 29,1911. No. CO 71 ORDINANCE NO. 997. Revision of Ordinances of the City of Capo Girardeau; the pub lication thereof; prescribing what additional matter shall be incorporated therein and ap pointment of committee. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CArE GIRARDEAU, MISSOU RI. AS FOLLOWS. Section (1) Revision Shall Contain What.- The ordinances of the City of Cape Girardeau now in force, and all ordidances hereafter passed and approved before the publication of the or dinances hereinafter provided for, shall bo revised and amend ed so as to conform to the law of the Slate of Missouri, gov erning cities of the Third class, and when so revised and amend ed, shall contain the sect ions of all ordinances amendatory of previous ordinances, which shall be incorporated in th...

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. — 29 December 1911

npc Ccuuty Herald Hera'd Pulishlng Co. . CAP Gl R A R DE AU - - MISSOURI , . , , . i Hustle, and you will not fol tb The flro find loves an overheated furnace. Mancbns and pigtails lire going out of fashion In China. The rubber gown Is the Intmt thing In feminine apparel. Rubber! Buffalo Steak that (to uneaten ar utilised an hinges on barn door. The rold n la a stimulus to radepartl'iulnrly tbo conl trad It the pen Is mightier than th word whore docs the typewriter coma In? Poesn't It beat anything tow mer cury can co down when it gets start ed? Minneapolis, which haa Invented the Gobble whisker, may keep It and wel- Tce baby 'emperor must wonder what Is the matter with his nursery now-adays. This weather tempts ft n:a who has jroken himself of the whisker habit to tart something. Toe dancing Is advised for flat-footed children, whereas a fiat foot Is an excellent help In buck dancing. Astronomers tell us that there Is frost on Mars, but we need not be told that there Is frost on th...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 29 December 1911

ti:e c:eat k;:::ey r Dutch Cap SKEPTICAL "v T" TT (O Mr i ( 1 ,-4 .' r- r I'liutogruplKMl by Underwood & Underwood. V T. Nationality in caps Is ono of the striking features of this season's fash ions. This quaint Dutch cap is made of line mesh net, embroidered in rielft blue. The roses at the ears have no foliage, but on the left siilo there are ribbon pendants to match in color. DESIGN FOR FACE CLOTH BAG Dainty Woman Will Be Careful to Have Separate Receptacle forThls Most Necessary Utensil. The absolutely dainty girl is espe cially careful of her face cloth. She uses it but one day, and in order that it may not aeumulato perms and other Impurities she is particular to keep It out of the way of them In a bag. This bag, like all of the other toilet belongings of the dainty girl, is a fetching affair of cretonne, shaped like a correspondence curd envelope and about twice the size of such a recep tacle. To make one of these face cloth bags, cut a paper pattern of a corre spondence...

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. — 29 December 1911

Cz-2 Cc::r.iy Ucrdi (Kormn-y the Jackson Herald) j ! Published every Friday by the x:irui mcmsHiMi com r am. Subset Iption price: 1.0u per year (a edvsnen. Entered as seecsd clrtsa matter at j 8om, Mtn 0, Geoius Who Were Doom the post office at Capo Girardeau, Mo j to End Th,i(. D,y, t Obscurity, ucder the act of March 3. 187i ' ' white Their Fruitful Ideae Made Married Vomtn'i Namee, In r.ndlend mid In the United ifUtes u wonun loses her Identity In mar r!ffe. In Belgium nnd Spain tbe hus tsnd adds the n.imc of his wife to Ma own. In the United States women , ftmeliines retain tho family nntnc, as Mrs. narriet (Boecheri Stowe. in the Channel Islands the woman never o9 her maiden name. In Spain the Children write tbe names of both ixtrents, as IJnrena y Moutererde. In "Don Quixote" is tlio following: Casajo was my father's name, nnd I, fat being the wife of Sjinebo Tanya, am called Teresa Pnuza, but by good lifiht they ought to . call me Teresa Osojo." la Scotland both names are j 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. — 29 December 1911

1 A T Oldest Uunk in Southeast Missouri Capital, $100,000 Surplus and ProMs $40,000 .OFFICERS. . J. ALBERT, President. 11. B. OLIVER. V-Pres. II. L. MACIIEN, Cash. J. F. LILLY, A. Cash For the accommodation of these 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. 0 tt 'If Cr.pe Locals I F. T. Adams, a dentist-, and Hiss Bessie Snyder, a former student in the State Normal, were married at the home of the bride's sister, Mrs. Louis Tobler in this city Saturday. Roy Babcock of Kansas, has taken up his duties as head of the agricultural department at the State Normal, lie succeeds Cockefair. who has a situati...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 29 December 1911

f ... .... -wj' aaV dlouis Joseph vancd , Auii:oii or "tug djiass vNOPSia. T'avM AlrNif t!rM"f f"r f flur '!. trif vla't lth Ha frier..!. C . rmm ttp n A yeunic It. W f-v :n'" ofl l;a tAn ?"ioii.!i'.l r-fr c.i t-Mv.lr.i? fr.fcht et.t at tha ;1 in aiirrn in the- ro-J el" a buriv li n.'.'i ) f.'!dr IT' la JtihaM Iiil "1 '!' tfMntf4 tri.TLr 1 1 pea of tha li-il,' a.l.li Amtar a ninn of h.aili rnnk an.l rlnjir to ttirntrimua lltt! l,re:i r.n. "T T "ii," Int 1 1,1k hnt. dinni'iK'nrs In tha V Tt-o t'rl ca'.'.R Ai,!r bf n.vne. Iri turn ; i lr'i lii-r e M'k fl..rM i an I'm r-rll, 1niiKinir cf Col. I arreil of tho 'rt!!Mh rtul"inaiio sr.ea In IiM'.f and VUitlnij ttift y.uuna. Btrril nljli ;is later t Oualn hotii la biiri!(Wir,1 mid Ilia trotir. bo ilnlfii. An lr and Qunln ro bunting on im Idlnnrt anil bw?me lent and mtifir la left nvaroonpvV llo wun'tera 'i:iiii. finally reached u cabin and r-o-t-ifiit''i m Ita orcuiiant an cil'5 friend (iBn;l Huttnn, whom ha lant met In T"im t.n). li'wl who...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 29 December 1911

Gf tlENEVIEVES TSL F n rTiIso their James)? j 0LU 7 HELEN HELP' The Genevieve Who Married Another "Genevieve," says James, his deep voice trembling a Lit, "Genevieve, I Want you very mnrh." "Very well, James," whhtpered bat k Genevieve, "and 1 only wonder bow 1 waited as patiently as I did for you to tell roe no." James laughed u bit. then just a little, low, pleasant laugh like the Hone you pet from a viol when you )et It nicely a laugh that exactly matched the tremble In his voice when he said he wanted Genevieve. Very much, oh, very much, James wanted Genevieve. For Jnmes was growing to maii'H slzi and Gen evieve was not a debutante, either. "I suppose I nm a Blow old fellow,-' Bays James, his strong anus about Genevieve, "but you have to take me tits I am " "And glad enough to Ret you." smothers Genevieve, her lace down on his shoulder, and both her hands clasped tight about his neck. It was a good way up and some distance iiround, too, because .lame;! had not 1he 8llmness of yo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 29 December 1911

A BANK ACCOUNT It supplies funds when noctlrd, promotes. -sy.stciii in conducting money matters, suggests rcoiioniy, furnishes receipts for Mils paid, increases jnvstio, and is the modern wuv to handle finances. Kee your di.ck aeeov.nl heiv, and open it now. n 1 J T5 fOi it n OF JACKSON WILLIAM PA A II LHON CLIPPAKI) ? 1 .Tnrlinon News.' $ Miss Pearl Williams is the guqst of Mrs. Albert Behrens. Murry Jones and wife are here .visiting their parents. Miss Lottie Thogmortin is visiting her sister, Mrs. Giles Dover. Mr. and Mrs. II. II. Mueller, Jr., returned Tuesday from Dexter, where they visited friends. Miss Mary Hempstead is spend ing the holidays as the guest of Miss Flossie Cramer. Miss Jennie Abernathy visited her nu ' her at the Cape Wednes day. Ed. Rosa, who is employed at Sikeston, is spending the holi days at home. Miss Hazel Poe is visiting relatives at Benton. 111. Circuit Court will meet in regular session next Monday January 1st. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Cosgrove are spending...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 5 January 1912

1 F' r r ew A I 3 Oh i (I r II ' ' I n cm t! 'J o ft... h. - u.w-...S S'J3SCRiPTi3'l PRISE, A VJ.Z. i:U5VA?:C8 " No.' Gl IKE FECPLE'S PAPER "SUCCC5.1 COMES TO THOr-' WHO f.O OUT AD GET IT" Vol. XIV Capo Girardoau, Missouri, Friday, January 5. 1912. CITY COUNCIL. Journal of Proceediirs. (Regular Session.) Monday January 1st, 1912. The Council convened in regu lar session, Mayor F. A. Kage, presiding, and the following members present: Messrs. Coerver, Flentge, Haas, Moeder, Morrison, Wittmor. Absent: Messrs. Medley, Wil son. Record of the proceedings of the last regular meeting, was read and there being no objec tions or amendments thereto, on motion were approved. Th" Clerk presented a com-: municathm from the Mayor, which was read, and on motion of Mr. Morrison received and spread upon the record of the proceedings of this meeting, as follows: Mayor's ofti, City of Cape Girardeau, January 1st, 1912. Honorable President Pro tern and Members of the City Council. Gentlemen: In submitt...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 5 January 1912

i iLOUK "JOSEPH ftNCB 'n;oa cr -ran injAca eowiv rrc. SYNOPSIS. rvM An-Nr, nrtl"K for ft flc k-Vrof- T-jr vi-ot '. h Ms nirl, v,wr)n. r-imes i r en a vhhui M f y ev11-' r';i n no bn bon -.Mm:i:nri'l by Ur lw.mt li ir VK- t t-i M'V-n i'r'frnnc In the cf a burly iln.lu. Hm o"Mare he I !i.H t! CIih'itH. '"I I aprlntel ,r,,!fl ; cf t e i,, ii.' i,e jtv Arnl'ir ft Inwn ef hih rank and lr.mtv a t-irN'priO'ia little bron Ikh, 'T h Tft bii." int.) hi hnivl d'snr'pears In t?e rcil. Ti n:)rl rali Anther by ntn. T:e l ttrn a.l h-Hmrm hr M 8"i!il ) nrr..n, .tn'H'l ti-r of "ol. Ksrreil of Ike Tr :lh o s .-Tn 110 aervtr !n In. 11 ami t . .'. . 1 1 nr t;.o i.iiH.ln. H'-verM n'iciu Ip'.t he u.inln home ta bart-!ftriTt una1 this t-ror-e t,, x ta.n. Amhrr an.t Wuafn no Siu"ri,-.e; on i l,'!rn.l an.l boe"ma 1'vt nl A7':(ir 1 lfl mnroonr1. lte wnrnVn it. f nary rea, l;cs a. cabin n1 rec rn!vn n Its o.npant n ol t frl..n1 r)'.l T! ;t'oji, bop h l.irtt mt In Ft-e- V 1. nr-'l v.ho .;.:ir to be In M'le.. V...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 5 January 1912

I WMM vu CONCRETE SAVES OLD TREE Elm It Preserved by Construction of Concrete Wall, So That Entlr Trunk Wai Free From Dirt. C. I.. Miller, in Suhurhnn Life for August, writes of tlie preiiorvation of an old elm through the medium of concrete Thy street on which this particular olm was growing had been filled up all of four feet, and In tho course of a few yenrH thin heRan to affect the tree, which showed nnnils taknblo hIkhh of dying. So, in order to nno it, tho ground wan dug away from tho tree to the utreets's original level, and a concrete wall, together Concrete Pit Wall. with a rustic rnillng, was pluced around the tree, eo that the entire trunk mlht bo free from dirt, as it was originally. Tho construction of the reinforced concrete wall is very simple. After the hole was dug to the desired width and squared properly, the posts for the railing were Bet so that they rest ed on the bottom of the hole and ex tended about four feet above the ground. These poU were connected each-b...

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. — 5 January 1912

Li .. ! V'tili.'v!-!'! (1 rvi'fv J.'il.iiy ly II ttsapixr jrir,-.. im ir yrarjond grade certificate, and in f ix ftonncp. U H'!'t r fit . e t 'npe (iii'ftrdi-ftu. Mo un4-r (ho not of March 3, 1879. The county court in fcsr.ton at. Jackson Tuesday made public the auditors' report which ha?, enured fo much discussion, and j ns anticipated by those whom the audit was to affect, the Jinak report did net show any glaring discrepancies. The county offi ciate have had many important financial matters to look after during the present regime, of ten involving large sums, thus much credit is due them for the satisfactory showing after the' audit. It is rot unlikely that the parties who 50 enthusiastically urged that the county trersurer's and clerk's books be' closely scrutinized were prompted by a desire to revel in miths and by ill-advised parties who desired to cast reflections on the stew ardship cf two of the county's faithful officers, for political and inaccountable reasons. It should ...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 5 January 1912

Ccpc Locdb 5 5 Clark II. Reed of Sikeston was in the city several days this week. Robt. Nunn returned from New Madrid Monday. He spent the holidays there. G. C. Stehr and wife of Hum boldt, Tonn., were visitors in the city several days this week. Fletcher Whittaktr returned to his home at Memphis Tuesday after spending several days in the Cape. Miss Nina Rodgers returned to St. Louis Monday after an extended visit here with relatives and friends. Miss llcttie Mitchell has re turned horn a pleasant visit, at Portage ville. Miss Mary. Meatte returned from New Madrid Tuesday, where she visited relatives. II. W. Pemberton was in Sikes ton this week on business. Rev. Parties and wife of Fruitland were visitors in the city Tuesday. VVrn. Russell, twenty-one years old, died at his home Tuesday, from kidney trouble. He moved here with his mother from Springfield a short time ago, but was well known about the city owing to his former resi dence here. The New Year ball given by the Sons of Ve...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 5 January 1912

I rrr' Herald Publishing Co. , CAPE CIR'VRDCAU MISSOUF.I HSTC1ILD HIM UP HERSELF !Wom'n Had Mads Only i Tew Unim j rWtant Mistake In Harnsst I Ing the Morse. , I " ! Three men ran out and grasr-ed the bridle of the excited borsa The home. It might 1)6 vld, was more neandal lp.ed and amazed than frightened. "Oh, what's the mattor with him?" wnlied this lady In the buggy. One of the men walked shout the horso and Inspected him. "I guess," ho sn'd, dryly, "that If we turned the brldlo around so th.i blind ers wouldn't clap, him under tho chin, and took this traro from under hi hind log, and untwisted tho breeching. he'd feel a little more comfortable." , jThe lady glared at him. "I hitched that horso up myself." 'he said; "It was Just eiactiy the way 'they dim wed me." The man said noth ling, but busied himself In straighten ilng out the harness. ' "I guess," ho Bald, "I'd host take 'nlui out of the shafts. The bren.pt col 'Ipr'R on backward, and the saddle joupht to ba pulled up a foo...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 5 January 1912

Ma's Chai v a t r. a. . . - if BK" r i WW Vt wn s By MARIA A. ""In "In- Id It really you?" Cynthia was taken off her Ruard, She found herself stammering like a school ulrl nt her unexpeoted encoun ter with Tom Thorno. It Is not an cany tiiKk, even for a woman of the world, to receive graciously a man who has failed to return her love. Three years before, at her coming-out party, young as the was, she had sud denly realized that Thome hi mud f nd his indifferently bestowed atten tions meant more to hor than anybody or anything else In her life. Simul taneously with her knowledge of cnn dltlons come bin announced de termination to travel for several years, lie had w. irked hard for a long time he told her In hi8 thoroughly Imper sonal way when ho hud linked her to fclt out a (lam e and he had decided to play for a while. There were certain renditions. ,lf i;;,, puld-Hhlch made long trip Imperative. ' I -iarc : ny," , had laughed as he told her rood bye, "that 1 shall run across ou on ...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 5 January 1912

y " m u if ' t-- t vjt.tet it ttt , v ,. . - 1 I V V 1 i , v ;! Kc"'r:cr Gmvo3 of Allenvillo wss in town Tuesday. Mr. M.ibrcy and ton, Clyde, had tms'.no in Use Cape Mon iliy. Miss Mario tfehaefor ban re turned to school at Florrisant after sever.! days vi-it hero. Lloyd Maeoin returned to ..Col umbia Tuosthy when; he is a student in the State University. Judge Gerharter, a prominent Pocahontas attorney, was in the city Tuesday mingling with friends. Horner Williams has re-entered ixhool at .Ann Arbor, Mich., after Stwral days stay here with his parents. Harry Craeraft has re-entered ol at Fayette, Mo., after ;;.r lading several days here with S. M. McAtee has purchased an interest in thePriest-Behrens store and the stock of gocd3 will, be increased. Mr. Thos. Cosgrove and wife after spending the holidays with relatives at Kennett, returned home Monday. Dr. and Mrs. Sam'l Williams of Herman, Mont., have been guests of relations in Jackson several days. Misses. Julia Williams and Mau...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 12 January 1912

'I Jul 2f U f'f-, r t i il ! 5 ! i i ii .If il h 1 o .4 . ii'sscssrro price, si.ca a ycas, vi kzu::zi IKE PEOPLE'S PAPER "ALL THE NKWi THAT HT TO PRWT" Vol. XIV Cape Girardeau, Missouri, Friday, January 12, 1912. No. 2 , (,S Is Immigration Elbini? The immigration officials of New York report that the num ber of arrivals at that port so far this year is less by 3000,000 than last year's, and they esti mate that the total for the year will show a falling off of thirty per cent, the lowest aggregate since 1908. At the same time they report a record volume of third-class traffic to Europe and frankly confess themselves puz zled to account for either. In recent years the ebb and flow of the tide of immigration has re- fleeted, and in some cases fore- This is an exceptional offer and caeted, the fluctuations in ourl0ne of unusual - importance to prosperity. In times ofdepres-' county aton there was an exodus and the return of better days was publication, which is worth ev- usually simulta...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 12 January 1912

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