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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 24 March 1911

rT A PI1? .. - -Tnr- f "to J) TEW .t1 i I. I i '. . r.; ! .1, fc... ftJi V atJM-J o WE!" i i t .. TKE PEOPLE'S PAPER OUR AINI---To p!es tU th people pf f Ihe lime, torn ol he pop! til (h lims, tut nesr ill iht pttopfs (! Itit llm SUSSCn!PTl2N PStSCE, $1.03 A YEAR, IN ABVAf.'Cl Vol. X 1 1 1 Cape Cirardeau, Missouri, Friday, March 24. 1911. No. 19 COMMERCIAL CLUB AND BASE BALL ASLEY , DAVEY GETS JUGULAR VEIN CUT SWINDLER BROUGHT HERE TUESDAY A BIG AIRDOME FOR THE CAPE !NEW METHODS IN POULTRY RAISING j CITY DADS TRANSACT MUCH BUSINESS The City Council met in regu lar session Monday night. All Last Thursday night the Com mercial Club .f this city, met and discussed the important question of new factories, etc. They also took up the matter of base ball and after some argu ment a sport committee was ap pointed to look after the matter. Secretary Uowman read a com munication from the Water and Light company in explanation of their failure to pay their sub scription of three hundred dol lar...

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 March 1911

4 $ t t . .i f I Jimmy eniine Novelized by FREDERICK R. TOOMBS t t t t From the Great Play by PAUL ARMSTRONG i Auociatioa . ?"o. wss temporsri'y noo- rlued hr the penetrating percrptioa ol f") i analysis of the lieuteaant t 'verr,or. lo was qaeiiUotong L!n t."-;?! !- wt ca tral fir h.s life. ' with Kay as the cross examiner. ' "I io." t-egaa Valentine "I meaa , they wo-j'.d have convicted me of cur- j Cr on ber te-stltnony very probably j t-t least that in what I feared if tbey ! kivew about br and r"t bold of her ' a a witness agslnst tne. I did not i tselieve they cor; '.4 costkt me oa the I tr;y'ary charge." Ho Lane' enthusiasm began to ool ca she beard her hero la bi ex planation hint that, after all, tbm aulght have been some tber motive than thosgbt of and for ber la bU re- J aaa.l to drag ber Into a rulgar. aonlid i order cane. She tm not experi enced enough to reallz that Jimmy Taltrtioe had to satisfy the keen, searching, though wltbil kind hearted JSevitenant governor. b'i...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 24 March 1911

n. 1AIO0S" it e faaJ M , i. LIS ST. L0UI5 SHOE WEE YOUR TIME 1 FOil RECIPROCITY Fiiii uEMOCRATS! INTO ARB Democrats Kof Enthusiastic About Canaan EI TAFT CTS SQUARE ISSUE. Will Have Difficulty In Main taining Regularity. TWO PARTIES r.UCH ME. HiellsWJ U n u o n f 5 1 I J n u u u n n o n TV o o u r 3 o V ) ( ) ex REPAIRING SHOP Old Shoes Repaired as Good . as New at Reasonable Prices. Ladies and IJ6ys' Half Soles 35c Ladies' and Boys' Heels I5c Men's Half Soles 40c Men's Heels 25c No shoe too liad to repair. Every kind of work Sewed Soles, Rubber Roots and Rubber Shoes Neatly Repaired I (inarantee my Work. Open From (i a. in. to !t p. in. ASA M is Mm- Stijkkt - VAVE J I RA RDKA l MO. DC ODD C ' )( 'J... y ) (J C J O 0 C OC C ; Zj OZ n i ) n n n n n O ti n M n n H f) n o n o () o a o o u! G! c?i era goyer ELECTRICAL GOjlTRACTOR Dealer in Chandeliers, Fans, Bells and Supplies. Estimates Promptly Furnished All Work Guaranteed. Prices Very Moderate. J&CXSON MISSOURI r. wo TT TT T Wom...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 24 March 1911

Count j- ricrnll (Formerly the Jackson Herald) rubMhr1 t-vprj Frtlsy by the f'li' sr; p, tier, price: 1.i'(t per l.nterel n n mont:rl cUo matter l The jt ?t office st Cape Girardeau. Mi under the art of March .1. 1T3. FOR A NEW CAPITOL. ' $:,500,0)0 The Allee bill, as it finally passed, provides for bonds to the amount of $:.5"rf),0"i0 with which to erect and furnish a new capitol at Jefferson City and to pay for a strip of ground to be added vo the capitol park. The Ftrip includes a block facing the new Supreme Court building and one half of a block adjoin ing the postufike the fine Fed eral building. The city council of Jefferson City will deed the intervening street to the State free of charge. Not more than $200,000 is to be paid for the ground, though it is now occu pied with good residences and business buildings. The capitol will be erected in the center of the park a3 thus enlarged, if the bond act is approved by a two thirds vote at the special elec tion to be held August 1...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 24 March 1911

r'j uuumuiiuuiuuu ehicf factor in Attaining the m. m. . . v. , . "J 1 w w . w w w w w r . y I A H BAN Si (ESTABLISHED 186 6 CAPITAL SURPLUS 5100,000.00 25,000.00 Oldest Bank in Southeast Mi ssoun having lar-e ;il,ita, exceptional stivn-th ami established fiH-ilitu-s, .solicits your pat with fon fidenee j is ;ii,iiiy J,, ,.x. tend every accommodation f,. business consistent with sound hanking methods. OFFICERS L. J. ALKKKT, President U. it. 0A VKK, Vlcc-Prcs. II. I- MACMKN.r.'hior ' 1'. LILLY, Ast. Cashier' l .I U i 1 U p ! ment. No ncrious criticism has ' ,". ,, , ,V , ,72 fvor ismed'as a result of fair r . tria of trie exercise of ru lira ire wuuuuuuuuUVL'S3UVUUUODUUU I WOmCIl. No movement in modern agri- culture has been more successful; W. C. T. U. Meeting than the organization of iioys' I The Histrirt mootirur r,f thr ! corn clubs and of shows for the'W. C. T. II. which was held at exhibit of their grain. In Cape Uhe Christian church March 10th, Girardwu county the annual fall :...

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. — 24 March 1911

iJiiiifiORISOLOiiS OY TO OUIT tea Last cf m O CSYS KAD CATTLE. County Unit BUI Was Patted, but th Precinct Option B'l Wai Killed. Thing Ended With Honors Even. Seat on Wt a Goad One, Leaders and State Officer Say. ' Jefferson CHy. Mo.. March 20. Al though ihu members arc receiving only J1.00 per diem for their services at thla stage of the game, they are still doing more work and placing more laws on the statute books than st any time during the present bcs fclon. A batch of b;l..- an- being taken Up and passed at one time. The lead ers of both houses are very desirous of rushing the work and of being in a position to adjourn about, the middle of this week. Others think that this Is Imposslblejind t!;at they will not be Me to adjourn Fine die until Friday or Saturday. Th child labor law waj among the Important bills passed. The common law marriage bill was passed by a Vote of 5)5 to 27, after Mr llritton, its 'V, r ' ' ' v. y I - . - i i , - " . ;i i- y - ' , WILLIAM C. IRWIN .autho...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 24 March 1911

OFFICIAL BAi L.O T PM th VfiJ MAUREtt . BROTHERS City o! Cape Girardeau, Llissouri, General Election, Tuesday, CITIZENS TICKET INDEPENDENT TICKET INDUSTRIAL JICKET . I'KOQEESSIVETICKET j For Mayor: For Mayor: For Mayor: For Mayor: ' FREDERICK A. KAGE FREDERICK A. KAGE ALEXANDER C. VASTERLING ALEXANDER C. VASTERLING i 1 I .t For Marshal: ' For Marshal: ! For Marshal: 1 For Marshal: WILLIS MARTIN WILLIAM A. SUMMERS j WILLIS MARTIN i WILLIAM A. SUMMERS i ' For City Attorney: ! For City Attorney: ! For City Attorney: For City Attorney: ROBERT II. WIIITELAW ROF.ERT II. WHITELAW ROBERT II. WHITELAW j J. HENRY CARUTIIERS i : ! For Police Judge: For Police Judge: ! For I'oliee Judge: ' For Police Judge: RUDOLPH BAHN ! RUDOLPH P.AHN ! RUDOLPH BAI1N , ORREN WILSON ! : For Assessor: j Fur Assessor: For Assessor: For Assessor: WILLIAM II. HUTERS j WILLIAM II. HUTERS WILLIAM II. IIUTERS DENVER BOLLINGER For Collector: For Collector: For Collector: For Collector: i EDWARD WILLER EDWARD WILLER EDW...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 24 March 1911

Hole arxucon C English cf Whitewater was in town last Friday on business. John Buorkle of the Cape was here last Friday visitinj? his mother, John Meyer of New Madrid was in the city last Saturday. Charles Scheer of dordonville transacted business here last Saturday. Miss Lydia Hays, of the Cape, visited Mrs. Fred Goyert Sunday. Dr. Crites left last Friday for St. Mary's on business. Five Mormon preachers were in the city lant Saturday hold ing services. The Home Comers' association is getting ready for the big week here in August. George Bingenheimer h a ?! withdrawn from the race for street commissioner. Mrs. W. Climbs und daughter, Margaret, of Sikescon, were tne guests of Mrs. A. Kneibert last Saturday. Miss Kathrine Reif of the Cape visited Miss Emogene Vinyard last Saturtiivy. Mrs. Lillie Wilson was in St. Louis the first of the week visit ing Mrs. David Seibert. Miss Clara Mueller went to Lutesville last Friday to visit Mr:- J. Weiscarver. Ruth and Earl McAtee went to Frederi...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 31 March 1911

: l v -. '4 l H Ml! A h I ?1 1 ! ! f M i , m ti... J ,..i.-JW5"...J i t THE PEOPLE'S PAPEK Out AW It plc ill th pi'ipte pr1 if H Wnt. M the pw? lit limt, felt iwvnr id !( ftipi ill th lima SUSSSSliPTSW PESCf, $1X8 A YEAR. IN ASYS?:: Vol. XMI Cape Cirardeau, Missouri, Friday, March 31. 1911. No. 20 RELOCATION OF EGYPT MILLS ROAD PR03ABLE MRS. IIUHDERTMARK DIES OF PNEUMONIA LIMITED MAIL FACILITIES ON SUNDAY NEW METHODIST CHURCH FOR SOUTH CAPE CAPE WOMEN WILL TRAIN CHILDREN COMMERCIAL CLUB TRANSACTS BUSIKE PC i "' .4 Bond of Dennis Scivally, High way Engineer for $2100, approv ed. Bond of Ily J. Brinkopf, Road Overseer District No. 9 approv ed. Ford & Freeze's application, bond and petition for Dramshop license presented; approved and license granted. Summers & Speak application and bond for Dramshop license approved und license granted. J. P. Rcllegcrt application and bond for dramshop license at Appleton, Mo., approved and license granted. D. G. Seibert is granted per mission...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 31 March 1911

n m at t nrs tP the Tincmt of Dr. C. V. ALSOP I? r if-1 11 a 1W V": Novelized by frederick r. too:ibs From the Great Play by PAUL ARMSTRONG Copyright. 1910. by American Press Auodatioa th If U be r to ; bi-ril wtj.'-n t!.e fiii&i i.a'e Is inttd. It I fcflr.a to t:v htirnaa esioM'ort, It is l,upr.n t tvt- ir.iiti'an Men concert) ?r s of our Ir'.'ow t...;rj a. Tirk'HJ time: I 'it. Sif!'-r all, why t ad-.-pt the opt itti's'ic pbil: thy of Jim my V!evtir t!.r,M-:f? l'-r v.a it ( j not be who fit tUw time ,,Fric Wili" tuvislfj the 'I'l"!.'.!.' job" of a af t l..USpjt r ipAL'! li) 0:v:!) aoujht tii 'wff)e the l.ittcr'e feelings ty luiylne i aytnputheM. ally. "Nobody is a fa'.inre antii be admits It bp. itself. You will necer admit you'rw failure. IMdi. cheer op. j Tou, therefore, can n.vfr fce one." ConscjaeoTly Jimmy Valentine mn! te given a chance. Ill: (; lris.e is til! . doctrin of hope. GItb b!m cbaar i to apply 'i to blKiM'lf and await tsn : condemn In sly and dipaH!omte!y the J...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 31 March 1911

I r-'- Y City o Cnpc Giranlcnu, Llissosiri General Election, Tuesday, CITIZENS' TICKET For Mayor: FREDERICK A. KAGE For Marshal: For Marshal: For Marshal: For Marshal: WILLIS MARTIN WILLIAM A. SUMMERS WILLIS MARTIN WILLIAM A. SUMMERS i i i For City Attorney: Fur City Attorney: For City Attorney: j For City Attorney: j ROBERT II. WIIITELAW ROBERT 11. WIIITELAW ROBERT II. WIIITELAW J. HENRY CARUTHERS j' For Police Judge: For Police Judge: For Police Judge: ' For Police Judge: RUDOLPH BAHN RUDOLPH BAI1N RUDOLPH BAHN ORREN WILSON For Assessor: For Assessor: For Assessor: For Assessor: WILLIAM II. HUTERS WILLIAM II. HUTERS WILLIAM II. IIUTERS DENVER BOLLINGER For Collector: For Collector: For Collector: For Collector: EDWARD W1LLER EDWARD WILLER EDWARD WILLER , EDWARD WILLER i i For Treasurer: For Treasurer: For Treasurer: j For Treasurer: LOUIS STEIN LOUIS STEIN ' LOUIS STEIN j LOUIS STEIN l j For Councilman First Ward: For Councilman First Ward: For Councilman First Ward: ' For Council...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 31 March 1911

',) i'lvil A. (;l.-tn. IVrM.i-nt. 5 II. :.-.jr, VI,--(,.nf UK J 's-t!.. CasUrr 1 i ' -M plk.iAI flA IK.; CAPITAL SUR PLCS Accounts of individuals, business firms and corporation solicited. Interest on Time Deposits and Savings ? Accounts at rate of 4 crr::i f.:c:.'.s ad safety Ccpe County Herald Formerly tlie Jackson Hralll ( PubIUb?d every Friday by the 1 HERALD rtmiSHIXJ COMPAT. i Subscription price: fl.t'O per year $ in advance. Entered as second class matter at tbe ixt office at Cape Girardeau, Mo adtr tfca act of March 3, 1879. Republicans who voted for .Democrats in 1910 are not hap- T7- Col. Bill Phelps got his name on several bills enacted by the legislature but hia fame 6 a statesman Is yet to be establish ed. He has his eye on a seat in Congress. The legislature passed 273 bills, good, bad and indifferent and passed up more than a thousand, including measures desired by tne people and sug jested by the Governor. Pin-head political leaders are not safe men to entrust with e...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 31 March 1911

? E i "j I7"1 J "n """'s "f r " j bii UJ:M v Aw 0 ESTABLISHED 1860 CAPITAL SURPLUS $100,000.00 25.000.00 Oldest Bank in Southeast Missouri having l;irij; ana I'siauiiv miiae with tend every consistent with sound hankintr capital, exccjMional led facilities, solicits confidence in its abil accommodation- for strength your pat ity to x- bllSllieSS met hods. OFFICERS v ...... I'l'C.I nine ff 1'' d I 1 1 1 - er the 1 . Ullgllt le.lVI In toon hi' li mi bis big " .d , v;sr. ..- v. iii j i u( a cer , i f i ;'iuti. Ii.-i often il pi ..ably contained "-1 1 1 : : T I ' lously express . mil. To one broth :i Inn books ii that be rend iind acquire com- 'I'u niinilicr brother bo loft . ; ivnf h tlr.it the said brother lui.rlii know the hour at nhleb turn ought to got up of a morning. To IjI.i Mother In-law ln li'ft his best pipe "In gratitude ihut he married iny sla ter Mugglc, horn no man, of tnste would ever have taken," and to the eldest con of h friend he left a silver tankard lel If tin Uft ...

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. — 31 March 1911

T1 71 T M i 1 S ! ' "J " The Cape County Herald Llahes Specialty o Printing Ilcuce Bill Ho. 506 1 -"" - AN ACT To repeal section 10,930 of article 8 oi chapter 10(5, Re vised Statutes of Missouri, 190!), relating to election of county superintendents of public schools and en acting in lieu thereof a new section to be known as section 10,030 with penalty and with an emergency clause. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of (he Stale oi Missouri, at follows: j Section 1. That section 10,030 of article 8, of chap- 2 ter 10(3, Revised Statutes of Missouri. 1009, be and the 3 same is hereby repealed and the following new sec- 4 tion enacted in lieu thereof, to be known as section 5 10,930 as follows: Section 10,930. At least ten days beforethe annual 2 school meeting in any year when a county superintend- 3 ent of public schools is to be elected, the clerk of the 4 county court shall mail by registered letter to the presi- 5 dent or clerk of the board of school directors of the var- 6 i...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 31 March 1911

( I ( ) n i) f i ) n i 1 M vi. n i ) U U CI a o o o i i a u C 3 (...) (3 o f ) o: ' I. J .", ST. LOUIS 5H 0 E REPAIRING SHOP Old Shoes Repaired as Good as New at Reasonable Prices. Ladies' and Hoys' Half Soles 35c Ladies' and Boys' Heels 5c Men's Half Soles 40c Men's Heels 25c No shoe too bad to l-ejiair. Every kind of work Sewed Soles, Rubber Boots and Rubber Shoes Neatly Repaired I ( Juarantee tiiy Work. Open From ( a. in. to !) p. in. Oi m o n t j o i WlLsllN OBJECT to mwrnm c FEW CF USERAL D1VCHCE. T O O IS M.i Sum i t - A N CAI'K (ilL'AliDKAU. MO. 1 .. . ; Oi OI Hi H! Oi Oi o: o oi o o (J P!!ILIPPI.!ES TO THE FORE AGAI. Ll-rf iw w ' n ..ijulCli Will f.j ; UiiullwJ li terry Cn! TUsIr Fc!:sy. i THE ELECTION CF SEHATCP1S. CLIfJTOn GOYERT ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR Dealer in Chandeliers, Fans, Bells and Supplies. Estimates Promptly Furnished All Work Guaranteed. Prices Very Moderate. JACKSON iccniifj! e Won Women, worn and tired from overwork, need a tonie. That IVclinj? of weakness or ...

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. — 31 March 1911

I J on R MiMe visited ,in Ui Cape 1 it-.t. oasiilay. lira. J. II. Miller of the Cape visit oil here Monday. The Flinch club met Tuesday with Mr.1;. Chas. Williams. '1!h Wcatminster Circle met Thursday with Mrs. R. VVolters. August Litzdfciner had busi ness at Pocahontas Tuesday. Wm. O'Rrien of Frederick- town was in the city Monday. Ren Landgraf of New Wells was in the city Monday. Charlie Irierre returned home from Jefferson City Tues day. The Aid society of the Luth eran church met Wednesday with Mrs. Louis Steinhoff. J. W. Hunter and wife left Wednesday for Florida to visit relatives- ; Mrs. Chas. Grimes of the Cape was in the city Wednes day. J. M. Buerkle and wife went to lilmo Wednesday to visit their daughter, Mrs. Lucht. R WiJl Byrd returned hornet from Texas Wednesday.! Leon Clippard visited his sis ter, Mrs. Schrader, at the Cape last Sunday. Misses Maud Phillips ' a n d Elizabeth Davis visited in the Cape last Sunday. John Henry, who works at Oa Ridge, was in the city las...

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. — 7 April 1911

'J if!. J ; ' T t I l! ! 11. A ; ( t , 1 t 1 i ti, .4'' 7HE PEOPLE'S PAPER OM ! pliuse lU tr.e peip pi't i( tl time, iom ol lha p'.ufi ill tf. tins, but ill If fsijit il Ifii l-Tt sisscsiPTicrj p?.;ce, $!.C3 a year, in a:vj.':i Vol. XIII Cape Cirardeau, Missouri, Friday, April?. 1911. No. 2 KAGE TICKET MAKES A CLEAN SWEEP NORMAL GIRLS ADOPT CIVIC ASSOCIATION BABY FOR TWO DAYS! MET LAST SATURDAY ENTERTAINS AND ANNOUNCES RETIREMENT SEABAUGII BUYS A WATER WAGON MAYORALITY AWARDED AS BIRTHDAY GIFTS M M The Independent ticket headed by F. A. Kage, w on in a walk in the city election last Tuesday. A great imi of interest was manifested on both sides and judging from the number of 'lunch for the inmates of that conveyances that carried voters J place. to the different polling places of i After all the children were the city some of the candidates! thoroughly served, the young were on the anxious seat. ladies attentions were directed Vasterling and Kage workers i to a six months old baby th...

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. — 7 April 1911

, V ''HI Kovcliied by FREDERICK R. TOOMBS From the Great Play by PAUL ARMSTRONG O Cop TrlC. IJIO. by Anericia Preca vim; SYNOPSIS. ftr d Lwectiv Oore ot Mtrot to imtU on Avery, rlul pnwwier. mtarch out iRforroaUoa & (or Kser "pal." a j-oujijr convict kdos aa i'nuay Vintis. Arrrr rfu. aad rmyM vi Hasdlfr threaten to attack tic. V"aVatl t.i a tnck cf opeorct affti w:t:y by tfc of touch. Avery Bfea. Ueutfr-act Goveroor Fay, liia tauuful liioce. Boa Ljtne. and two mn woritwi tn a reacaa mtectoa nait V'anvo Uaxdjer hAr Roa Las tell bo t.e ai r from a tht on a train, he Is irr,it?4 at t coinddeaoe. Convict Jimmy Valentine, So. 13. ta terousht into toe warden office to open & caf aa u object lesson to the visitor. ud Roaa recogT:w- htm a the man tio avnl fcer from toe thief Cotlya. i'aker.tfre say 1.9 can't ojjen the Mia. emralne Haod. Ti.e lieutenant cover wot art4 how talk ith Viltotir t:o pleatts ith Fay to aid the joun? prison er, who ta bandsotca even ia Hmg is'.ng rb. Fay pro...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 7 April 1911

Gnuin La'-din, flennlne mrine ure the jounj of the rriirhrl.. Their iuirn couip from tlto fnct tlmt I hey ro most numerous oT (1:6 COHHt of Knrilinli. They Swllll In the uprlnsr in shoals containing mil Svons fidh Hhnpod shonls ten miles long nj a half mile wide. The twrdlnrs arc rotied ami tn ken "t ones to th whore. There they nro viinheil, crncl and sprinkled with suit. The unit is soon removed, tho tiends and Kills cut off nil (here is another wnshlnR Then, on bed of green brush, the Osh nre drlod In the sun. Next they nro boiled In olive oil till cooked thoroughly. The finrkem women always tnko them flow and pnek them In the tin boxes we all know, filling up eneh box with boiling oil. fitting on the lid mid iimk-1p-S the box air tight by soldering the Joints together with a Jet of hot sterna. Hnrdlne are more or less perfect ac cording as they are prepiired more or less Immediately after their capture and according as the oil they are pack ed in is more or less pure. Th Young F...

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. — 7 April 1911

JZ:Sr. A. TOLLTlTON" After ti'rre wr-r ks cf f-ober re flection the derniicratic Ivr.ders in the IcEis'ature who po:ght to humiliate Jcs?-?e A. Tc lerton and if E3E i A. r-r. A- . V.--l r i w. 11. In .1 itT 0 i.. man, Sni'ij i to deprive him cf the office of! Game and Fish Commissioner by j placing a restrictive rider on the I appropriation for his department f have doubt lers conclude'! that j 6 KPiVMf 1 i n - n v rr W ?J if ' 1 ' 1 Ml i 5 It W ib ui & al W & tu ki L. & y Hi 4 cm z:nz:ia, i::zsv:n A they bit oil mare than they Li r.U'TM. sf'ItrJ'S Accounts of individuals, business f.rrr.s and corporation roiicited. Interest on Time -Deposits and Savings Accounts at rate of 4 per cent per annum CFFICE RCCT'S AX3 SAFETY Ccpe County Herald IFormf-rly Le Ja.s -n Htrald Fi.:ibJ tyi-r-s Ffiay by the tiFRUI) ri'BIJHItt (OMfAT. price: 1 rr y:ir 'a srtvanrp Furred K-ond r!a matter a? th rt oS.te t Caif Girardeau. Mo under the ct cf March 3, 179. Did you lose your vote? Did you s...

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