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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 12 January 1912

OLDER Tha Lid Down Tight n. Young Egypt Great Britain, Fol'owlng Roose velt' Advice, Pursue Sterner Meas ure With Egyptian Nationalist!. By WILLIAM T. ELLI8. Cairo, Egypt. Thanks to Theodore TtoosevelL the attention of the whole world, even of the yrinn of the street, lias been directed to the Interesting fact, that the somnolence of centuries 1n the land of the Pharaohs has been broken, and that unrest, self-conscious nd actively directed, is the present outstanding characteristic of the polit ical life of this oldest of living na tio is. Rather strangely, this very In terest on the part of a Ylsltlng Ameri can did more to quell the unrest than any other fuctor, for Mr. Roosevelt's famous advice to the British to deal more vigorously with the agitators was straightway followed by a policy of sternness that has not since been relaxed. The result Is that all the British (and especially those who hold Egyp tian shareB) are enthusiastically grateful to Mr. Roosevelt, while the Egyptian...

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. — 12 January 1912

! ir:j r f ::-ii.f -1 trvrf ; ( .0 J) ":y I r. a c teen ccm- !ro?e.i nl-ut 'The Snow, the l'ci.A: j tr.o-v" yet when the flakes legin to f;i11 how few Utop to realize the c-cj region it I.' n-1 --1 c -"i t c;tT tvi! !:. it On GsrardC'S'i, Mo W..-r the -t r.f Mtrrb 2. JS?S. lrirf;s over the minis cf these cut hi ine CvK'. without either s-hdter or food, and no place they can truly call home? The 'daily papers are fuJI of reciu- ' jiior.s of tragic ends of scores of d not S irsj tr- ! f.norde wh have or wart cf I work End circumstances over 'Carr.j .anari s rJht." Tie Herald printed a few i;r:C Mt wee n .-.-live w which they had ro control suf the core ing of t.arryanart, tr.e roteJ firmer with a melodious A tli'j:'.'1 poet?,? authority for the charge that if a Milton were living: in Chicago today he would he a mute, inglorious one. Magazine editors, so this poet claims, look on poets as space fillers and not soul thrillers, and this may be ascriled to baneful influence of a perk-pack...

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. — 12 January 1912

I Crpa Leech i : Dcalh ol Good VTons::a. Mrs. IIfl!ey, wife of Rob ert Heatley, Dutchtown, died at her home Sunday evening, and the remains were laid to ret in St Edwards- cemetery, Father Rohling of Chaffee conducting the burial services. Besides her husband, two children and many relatives survive. Mrs. Heatley was a woman of many good traits and had a host of friends and she will be greatly missed in the community in which she lived. The Herald extends sym pathy to the bereaved husband and'chilciren, who will miss the kind wife and mother's care. The Sons of Veterans, in ses sion Monday evening, installed the following officers: Ed. Blu mer, Commander; Alvin Klages, Sr., vice-Commander; M. A. Hcnnecke, Jr., vice-Commander, Henry Huhn. Camp Council: Herman Rabich, A. Dittlinger and Henry Scheppelman; Treas., A Walther; Secretary, S. E. Blu rner; Chaplain, Herman Rabich; P. Inst., Emil Wolters; Guide, Bern Wolters; Color, B. Tony Gockel; Inner G., C. W. McKury; Outer G., Leo. Bruen...

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. — 12 January 1912

-? v m JOSEPH VANCE - try 1-vtil intf, nfnTflr.? f"r ffti"(-ivt- T'T vip't with his fr-en'l. uMfiln, cornea oii V. a j-inirjir lidy equowtrtnn who hss been "iiiour: I "a by her hore becoml f riK fc'id pt t! u'.ien s,naj-n in tiie rond j' a luvlr Hindu, its --Iht"s ho In "rt t,, ( hdttfrti, '"J im erpolntcij t M t'r1e- rf tc,e fcil.' a'ldrftRPCS Amber a i. nn rf hig'i rsrilt end fr:n j-iVF-fM ,,m. little Kronte bor, "The To i," lino his htnd, dumppear In the '1. 1 li Kir! c:ts Anil.fr hy name. 5 In turn ei-l r!is r er si Mi P a' ' ' ' wreil, Anuulitor cf Cl. I'.rroil f the i-viiii flipU'nmtto snviee li India, mid inBn Hflvnral nlfciits Kitor Wii.'n horrid Is huriflii roni box rtolen. Atn'o uinrinu on n lulind ami ifliirm"! end toe ix-r ei:d Cjoeln so boc-mie lost una Srr lH r )s lr ft marooned. Me wanders ut, finally rihri a cabin and rec Ptrnizn t ooouptmt an old frlund t'"-ej Rutton, whom ha last mt In F.ng l"nd. and who eopears to be In hiding. i hen Miss I-'arreil la mention? 1 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. — 12 January 1912

lop I op 4QP1HiarftefMH Madame Merri Advice and Suggestion s LETH BRIDGE, ALBERTA, SECURES DnYFARLI IHG CONGRESS FOR 1912. o Reply to "Blue Eyes." I am a young K'rl, fifteen yearn old, rid a constant reader of your column. 1 do not go out very much and -would 11V you to help me In a few ways. Whoa a youni? man auk you to eat supper with him, is It to bo utider ctood that hi la to take you home? A young man came home with me from a party and he wanted me to give him a good night klos. I wouldn't give It to him. Did I do right? Do you think it Is proper for a young Rlrl to stand on the street corners and talk to tho hoys? I have a friend who does this. Do you think I nm too young to have company once in a while? How is my writing and corn pobltlon? Iilue Eyes. Surely, If a young man Invites you to supper ho should see that you are safely returned to your homo. You lld exactly right In not kissing tho vounK man. and I ho',10 you will con tinue to he strong and hrnve enough to resist. I...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 12 January 1912

f .... 6.J 4 TL Capo GirarJ-au County 1 1 wie-Corocra Aoeiation hold il3 annual meeting at Jackson on IVid-y Jan. 4th, and tbcte. (fi'rrs for the enduing year as follows: President, IMw. D. il.ny?; Vfae-President, IVclGoy rt; Trpn?vrr, B. FVhncfor; John G. Putz v. as pioct'd Secretary but declined to servo. This va cSncy will be supplied later. - It was decided to hold the annual Home-Comers meet the latter part of tho month of August. The Sunshine Class of the Jarkson Presbyterian church will make their monthly visit to county farm in a few days. The inmates have learned to look for ward to the coming of the young ladies, who have never failed to Uke with them candies, fruit?, etc. each month during the t ast year, and have always found Mr. nd Mrs. Randol caring for their charges in a way worthy of praise. Tho commercial eroo of ea 03 probably was dam ig? i ev -r . -1 where by the odd, tx",1 .n t he Koskonong sectinit, Or..i.oiicouii- ty, where the temptn-ure was 5 below. Varieties...

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. — 19 January 1912

7KE PEOPLE'S PAPtH "AIL TBE HEWS TBATS HT TO P!NT" Vol. XIV Capo Girardeau, Missouri, Friday, January 19, 1912, No. 3 COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS. Regular Session. Monday, January 15, 1912. The Council convened in regu lar session. Mayor F. A, Kage, presiding, and all members pres ent excepting Mr. Medley. The journal of the proceedings of the last regular meeting was read and there being no objec tions or amendments, were on motion of Mr. Morrison approv ed. Petition of H.H.Mueller.claim ing that he is overassessed the amount of $1400 on his personal assessment for taxes for the year 1911, and asking that the sum of $11.20, the amount paid the city collector for taxes on said overassessment, be refund ed him and that said assessment be corrected to read, $1,C00, was was presented and read and on motion of Mr. Morrison received, prayer granted and the Clerk instructed to issue to Mr. Muel ler warrents on the several funds chargeable therewith, for said $11.20; and the Clerk is further instr...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 19 January 1912

f,- f.T T'-V-M ... w . . ' f .I T '.."-'hin-J Co. "I T""- -T-x-" 7 5 T"T fy fl T tj Ui ii- --fc a vi 4.U LE550U the 'in he?.. ?;ey; aerscah cacdjuals V; V,.' 1 V : -4 r - 7 1 C X C:iD, iC'.i V.XHE LOST AT SA WorKry Reached in Gla Gk-b r,d Ffd Thrn to N'u: Fifse4 Peg. IJghMy longed, tbo OrJf-ntal S'.'ier yl. Opta'n 'j-r, from IIor.Ki.onK. rsi) !?' .i nhout forty-eM fcot:r fry m vlnkrl guie l.o !) bT'vr he 1;bi5 I'.,': YofcohRSi.ft. She kept pitch In and roMInc, cftm going over tsnlil l!.r gf t.s ro on a level with her rail. The, profiler was 0:1: of the water nd fnnin the s r he.if the time. Tho learner was piueuvn da fiotu YoUihsmn to the Columbia Klver. The Chirps bonis r.iu in mourning cvt the 1 !!'! ot a Cue asort rnei.it of Japanese. gnMiU-b he was brir-.sne; to Portland. There wore to thou'nmj In the shlpim-nt w bra the steamer left YoV.oh.tma. but the number Jia.l t-n tvJuce.1 to tbiity-Hve hi for he fo-isd ct wist v.-a a b-torr:ns cf them. When he did learn, his in knew no lO...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 19 January 1912

j Till; J jillClSilill: ri ELECTRIC HEATER IS UNIQUE As Arranged by Throe Michigan Men It ti Divided Into Three Parti Set Up Where Needed. It took three Michigan mon to de sign the electric heater bore shown, btti when they were through they hr.d an apparatus that ran bo put up in r.y room of tne house In a few min utes. A circular stand with four leg forms the bottom part. On this rents New Electric Heater. a steel plnte of horseshoe shape with two projections on tho ends upon which the electric wires are plugged to provide the current. The third part of the apparatus consists of a cylind rical chamber with a top and closed flt the bottom, that forms tho heater jiroiver. This chamber fits on the stand jmd a center rod runs through the cen ter of tho stand and Is clamped in place, holding the affair together. This device can be used not only to take the chill off the bathroom or any other room before the heater is started in thb collar, or it can be used as a stove to heat food that...

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. — 19 January 1912

?,"" :r;u.i y t' 4 fvrry lYMny lv i!" i-i-n !'i-M': Si-v- ror ie.tr !L'ir!' Hnr.l a sreon.l clars iinUtcr nt I tl o;nr at Ci Girardeau, M. r n.'t t.f M u-rh 3. 1879, ''hp ).H? iiam ney : Hi! never 1,1S tl I bin Si; He m i i need, a f oij'it ixiu eit, Some f"p' r and . ink. Lea vefivvovt h Post. TSi.' ciM.ik she ais las s. rinch: ;-,.,. n.-vvr lot to eat , Hut only move Per j tv.s awhile Anil smell the roust in,: in. at. Some ckiim l,ft ranh iae a snap, I in tl.ev r.cvrr Mi h'r'"- TUi'v wiy carry up the brick1-;. Vhi!e inas.ins do the work, YouriRHtown Telegram. The KtatfMiian's secretary lias A Jut) that, is a pe;ieh; 1If only lias to write it. out Tim statesman makes tho speech. - Ilonston Pout. And mo! her lifts a fine old lime, Hut rn he hns to poke 'em, For she jflves such funny brawl, Then insists that pa smoke em - St.. Louis Times, Listen to the Herald bawl The newspaper job is liest of all: The "d.," he frathers the dope And the printers "hit, the ball.'' Cape Conty Herald. ...

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. — 19 January 1912

2 - . In the proceedings of the city council in this issue' of the Herald will be found a communi cation from Mayor Kage relative to municipal ownership of water and light plant for Cape Girar deau. As stated in Mr. Kane's communication, many cities have tried out the plan thoroughly and found the same to be entire ly satisfactory, both as to the revenue derived and service to the water and light consuming public. Under municipal own ership it is possible 'to render better service to the public in many ways. The revenue de rived from the plants, instead of being placed in the hands of foreign capitalists, can be put into improvements for the city, thus the man who pays his money for the water and light service will get it back in city improve ments. John G. Juden, one of Cape county's oldest and most repect ed citizens, died at hi3 home in this city early Wednesday morn ing, after a short illness of con gestion of the stomach. Mr. Juden was born in Jackson March 10, 1827, making his...

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. — 19 January 1912

1- W!WlWHJW,'l'V "LIT! I is 5 V, 1 . oiYttrMt v .wj casern v-iAvr 4; r1 Aivber. Htm Mnff for ft fuel! -b ftot. trlt T"1lh Mil friend, C"l"iVi. t'mx-n sip- a. voutiir liwivr Mi('ritl wo ban ne-(i io'.mti-l Iw hl fn milim f.lf'.ill- -id pt the -.iV.n at MftTflM'' In the; roA'i -f a huriv Hindu. He df 'la.ro h n lh;-! IjU luf.ierli. "flu pp.lnH Moui lip(ct of the Hll," arld!aie-t Amber & nun f,' Mjs'i rnk and i-fxln a l i., !;M1 bt-opps l-i. "Tli to ken." tn'o Ma hand, dlnx)'pir In tne 'K"J. The o'H calls Am bar by nam. ?in In turn a-birron-a Iir M'. 8"ht i Mrrril, Kiilner of VI. Jkiti'II ff '" Jirii.pi, flipi..tla servlo In InM, "'"itlnit (lie y.mtoa. fievaral r'Ki-.'" t"r the Wufctti liom la buriiUi Im-4 ami . eon fi-.oien, Amitr ml t;.j.-.iii - (bunting; on an lslund and bwome lnt "" Amber la left marooned, It '" !'- f. flimllv rem-.hea ft cabin ami rt-e-fisriiiy.f ha tta ofcuint an old friend lianied liutvon. whom he lust met. In I-'-nK-" i"nJ, and who appear to In liMH.K. "Vt ...

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. — 19 January 1912

Knees Became GUM MAKtNfi THE BIST OF IT. METHOD OF KELT!.. 3 IN HAJ T K, TOO. - . , . -r i SCHEME FOR WINDOW GARDEN Simple Llttlo Greenhouse May Ee Constructed Out of Ordinary Sash, Fattened Together, The Illustration show h plan for a f.tmpls greenhouse or window garden. It consists of ordinary window sunlit' fastened together on three sides and to the Blil'H and Bill of tho vlnlw, nays the Prahln Farmer. The roof Is alno a sash. It In looso and Waged at the lop. It may ha raised to any desired height serving en a ventilator to tho growing plants. Ott tlie bottom Bliclf Is a galvanized fan, 6 Incuts deep. TLin is tilled l U Ho A SImpla Creenhouse. rich Boll composed of loaf mold end highly fertilized garden boII. In this the seeds aro planted; the pot plants ore arranged upon tho shelves. The whole thing should ho put to gether with some screws so that It inny bo taken down and stored away during tho summer. Be careful ahout the temperature, and renietnber that plants call stand a ...

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. — 19 January 1912

v C. IT D;ivi.j died fit brSUcr, Mrs. i I of! I ru i' una Inst J 11. many rood ; liked bv oil She was well n, having re- Im tL.; an. I knev J; in J; wi T. f-- i Si' here several years p.ko, :i movir,: to Oak Ridge. For tli va.it your she mnde her hora6 v 'Ah her daughter at Fruitland. The remains were laid to rest in Pleasant Hill cemetery Satur day. Her or. !y son, J. C. Davis, resides in St Louis. Dicu.ciur.uay nif ;ht January 14, tha wife cf Cab V. Wilkinson, ic nri limine Oti luS niiiidViiie read. Mrs. Wilkinson was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cauvey of Earfordville, and formerly a school teacher. The remains were buried at Wilkin son cemetery Tuesday. She leaves a devoted hushand, father and sisters, and one infant which was doing well at last report. John II. Caldwell one of Cape county's oldest and prominent! farmers, died at his home about four miles northwest of Jackson, Friday January 12. aged 7G years. Curia! took place at the Pleasant tll'I cemetery cn Sunday. He leav...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 26 January 1912

"All TRE HLWS TRAT'S TIT TO miNT" Vol. XIV Cape Girardeau, Missouri, Friday, January 2G, 1912. " ' " No" 4' f tic mnvs pafek MA YOIV S COM Mil NIC A TION. Mayor's Office. City of Cape Girardeau, January 1st, PJ12. Honorable President Tro-tern, and Members of the City Council Gentlemen: In submitting the following, I do not wish you to understand that I am undertaking to establish a pre cedent by submitting a report on the first day of January, when the law makes it mandatory for the Mayor, in each year, on July 4th only, to submit to the Council a written report, dealing with the necessary appropriation for the current fiiscal year from July 1st in each year,' and matters of financial interest to the city. Notwithstanding the requirements of the law, I was on July 1st, last, sensible of the fact that having had the office scarcely three months, and not having the opportunity in so short space of time to study the financial condition of the city, that I was in no position to make to ...

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. — 26 January 1912

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Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 26 January 1912

ECZEUA Oil HEAD COr.PLETIlY CURED Wert FhiladelpbU Woman Tells Ho- It Wf Accompiiihed. IF Furs in Millinery 0&0&RESS o tfze WOll I (rz .V . V: l ft K . ' y V J N ' 51 i , A . .-' .' " ' . -" "': . --.(- ' i . " ' ( r i i - . i " . . ) ,:-y li X 1 ;: ) ' iflS in millinery have never boon f well received, ns timing tne firosi-ut winter. It seems that !'.o vukuo for cold nnd sllvpr laces ami nets, nnd thoir Introduction vi(3i ;inth of gold and Bilver Into Rowas, lias made fur tho best of till imititiiji tiiiiclu-a and millineia have used tbls boauliful combination In many lch and becoming bats. AH furs have been u.sed, but skunk, niarlr-n and fox are great favorites for trimming: They are used in bands nnd borders rather thau in entire hats, The Khorta furs like sealskin, beaver, frir.lno and broadtail, make up entire hats, and mink Is a favorite used In either way. On? of tho handsomest hats Is a k a'.t.kin over a small bell-shaped foundation. Its only trimming Is n prim littl...

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. — 26 January 1912

row" mwmWHw( ' - t- (CONTINUED FROM FIRST FA GO VA-irnmt.H I-ued to Sa' Aminnt. ' July 15tl).... $3.616 A'.-'-'irt (III) .' lpU-mber(I?ll).. 3,153.40 October (1311)... 3,718.1 1 November (2$ll 3,7"U: December (1211) . . &713.72 2I,74?.90 CITY FUNDING INTEREST FUND. " Balance in Treasury July 1. 1911 ....$ 423.851 Receipts. Taxes, Id and Personal, previous years, including 1010 $109.05? Taxes, 1011 (No levy) Dramc-ho? Ad valorem Taxes Disbuned. ifrrant8 aid uv il'mu;r Balance in Treasury January 1, 1312 520.66 $534,164 $533.1Si NORMAL SCHOOL INTEREST FUND. Balance in Treasury July 1, 1311 ' 2,704.371 Receipts. Taxes, Real and Personal Year 1910, and previous. $ 102.581 Taxes 1911(No levy) Dramshop Ad valorem Taxes -25 102.831 Disbursed. Warrants Paid by Treasurer $ 46.25 Interest Coupons Paid and Int 462.50 Balance in Treasury January 1, 1S12. . . .2,233.45 $2,807,201 2,807.201 NORMAL SCHOOL SINKING FUND. Balance in Treasury July 1, 1911, $3,735.05! Receipts. From Taxes real and ...

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. — 26 January 1912

-t t tetgt! e The Leap Year party given at the Rex rink by the young peo ple Monday night proved quite a social Buccens, co much no in fact that dame rumor has it that two weddings will soon Uke place, which no doubt in a result of Leap Year, and the fact that the boys have been too timid to propose marriage. The invited guests at the party were Messrti. Willie Williams, Larry Fields, Frank Neal, Gilbert Stacy, Frank Shy, John Morrison, Chas. Pringle, Otto Kassel, Clarence Nenninger, Den Caldwell, Bar rett Cotner; Misses Olive Chap pell, Mae Minton, Ripple Mor ris, Lula Rogers, Mabel Rogers, Clara Guethle (Chaffee), Mae Morrison, Bentha Talbert, Susie Fields, Sessie Whitaker (Mem phis), Alam Ilines and Myrtle Ban 2 h. Columbus Limbaugh, an aged man. was found dead at his home on South Benton street Tuesday. No one was with him at time of death, as he had lived alone a number of years, and had possi bly been dead eeveral days. He was found laying dead on the floor by a friend who wen...

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. — 26 January 1912

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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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