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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 20 March 1914

i ! t a IV I'M I -'r fx 13 AND TIIIC caij: coiwty iikkali) AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER.-AUSOLl TEI.Y CLEAN AND FIT FOR ANY MEMIIER OF THE FAMILY TO HEAD CAPE GIRARDEAU,' MISSOURI, MARCH 20, 1911 Volume XVI Number 12 Bfllllttt MORE PLAIN STATEMENTS OF FACTS REGARDING THE BIG FREE FARM CONTEST Figure it Out Yourself and See if You Wouldn't he Making Pretty Good Wages if You Devoted Your Entire Time From Now on Till the Close of the Contest BATTLE FOR WORLD'S RACQUET CHAMPIONS!!! SEND YOUR NOMINATIONS IN AT ANY TIME The Contest is Now Fairly Started, so There is Still Plenty of Time for You to Get in the Race and Win One of These Valuable Prizes fully tipprc- Trihune tln offering in their How many contestants ciiito tin- bin prizes that Publishing Co. arc ottering ' groat newspaper subscript ion content? It'n a bin thing ami tin wide-awake ones aro hustling to the full extent realizing that right now is the time to eineh things anil even win the valuable little farm. The contestants who m...

Publication Title: Cape Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 20 March 1914

THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD WOMAN IS AS-SAULTEDBYUN-KNOWN FIEND RUNAWAYBOY FROM SIKESTON CAPTURED HERE PRISONERS IN CITY JAIL START MUTINY SKELETON OF GIANT FOUND BY BLASTING MAN SLUGGED AND IS LEFT UNCONSCIOUS FRIDAY THE THIRTEENTH UNLUCKY DAY Cotton Beit Freight Train Runs Down and Kills Negro Near Delta. Grew Tired of Home Life and Decided to Travel Around on Own Hook MOST STARVED TO DEATH Father I Ihum 1 That h- Would Coim to ( a;:, anil Tal.e I"rrin YouiuMit Home M. !,.!.. i i!!.. r 'harl- I 'c! ill'" t, ov i I he Slki 1 .1. I. ll,. I, in Li,..- r ill I 1 a n i t It ll:,- I" k fr.iin ii. i . 1 1 ( . Ml ml., Mk i I' I l iv :i V It -jllYi till 1 1. ..f the t.'ti I,.,, I ei-tcliee eotlfilli-s mil iiii'l vv it limit Id tniil ! the til I"- 1 1. 1 -1 Ml mill had com fate til' ,. fiuiiily n--i-iiii M..-I nf the II ; II. ! 'In -111 ll llall'oW tll'l"! tn get rid'- . .-. t t I . II-, (it II lltt Lunch m Ti while pt iin-il nt Lilhotirn :i ! 1 I i t timed imsi'iii- pan-...

Publication Title: Cape Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 20 March 1914

THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD NEW BILLS ARE TO BE COURT-PROOF FIRST NATION AL BANK HAS SCENE OF THE ST. LOUIS FIRE HORROR STEAMSHIP IS ONTHEROCKS; 11 TAKEN OFF SECOND CATAS TROPHE OF ST. LOUIS FIRE OPENEDDOORS R Anli-Trust Measures Nearly .Busy Scene When Doors of Ready for Introduction j Institution Were Opened Into Lower House j for Business City of Sydney (Joes Ashore Near Halifax, Nova Scotia West Wall of Kuin Collapses and Workers Buried Be neath Debris NO EXEMPTION FOR LABOR BANK EXAMINER PLEASED i . Sherman Law Will be Clarified, 1 (ihes Expressions of Satisfaction and Organized Labor (ietsa j of Manner in Whiili Hedania Slap on the Wrist j lion Was Accomplished 1 WATER GETS IN FIRE BOXES FELL ON NEIGHBORING ROOF Tun Ivosemary Keatlud Vessel ' Tuo Men and Three Women arc Alter (iroiiitdinn pud Repot ts Caught in Collapse and l.hes Steamer Total Loss Hespaited f ',, s VL-ri fS I'll i(:i k ll: in. i in ...: 1. " :x-y i ' -a-sK-sJ 1 1 I" ? ' i t . v. Washit::: n...

Publication Title: Cape Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 20 March 1914

THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AM) TIU: ( Al'K COl'NTY HKHAI.I). Evi-ry Friday by TIIK CAli: (URAHDKAU ITRLISIIIXC COMPANY. nl I K T. Al-ITK :. 1 1'V 1 "It IN 11! V AS si:c..l CLASS M A r lilt A 1 TIIK POST AT fri; Hilt AltlUU , .Mi'.. II. mum. OXK DOLLAR PER YEAR IN A I) VANCE Assailing what it characterizes as the "weak-kneed" diplomacy of the (Jovcrnmcnt the Japanese Kokuniin, of Kokyo, says as translated for the Literary Digest: "The Japanese 'government and people have been courteous to the point of hypocrisy in deal ing with America. Instead of appreciating this exhibition of io- ilitciiess on the part of Japan, the 1'nited States has been impos ing upon us, apparently taking it as a confession of our inability to cope with American insolence and egotism. In the face of such results repeatedly offered us by America, what irony, what nonsense, to urge Japan's participation in the Panama-Pacific Imposition. The Japanese should learn to giv...

Publication Title: Cape Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 20 March 1914

THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD ! 10 VOTE COUPON NOT GOOD AFTER MARCH 18th. Fill out n directed and send to the C'onte.-t Mutineer, Tin Trilnino, Cape Girardeau, Mo. Votes cnnn.it lie bought. They must be rut from the Tribune or secured cm fitbscriptiotis. This Coupon Will Count Tor. I'ostofTiee .. It. I). No T Good for Ten Vote when filled out and sent to The Contest J Mntiager by mail or otherwise on or before the expiration of date. T 2 No coupon will be altered in any way or transferred after received I T by the Contest Manager. Tin coupons together and mark number of voten in eaeh package on the top coupon. If coupon are pinned J 2 securely together it is only necessary to write the name of the X T candidate on the top coupon. I M. OOOOOO OOOOOOOCX)OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOXXX0000000 FILL OUT THIS BLANK and mnil or bring it to The Tribune ollice at once. Nomination Blank. Good for 5,000 Votes. I nominate Address 15. D as a candidate in The Tribune's Grout Free Farm a...

Publication Title: Cape Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 20 March 1914

THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD IV to Robert of Kelso, tv n in tlio Capo on n business trip, Wednesday. .1 M. Sills of Brandies was h guest of tin- St. Charles Tuesday. C. A. Yandivoort of Jackson is Hpt'lldum :i few days Capo. ,1. C ..itihuieh of I ol t Wayne, is n uuc.-t .if tin- "I". r 1 1 1 i 1 1 : I . W. W. Davis, a lumberman from Clittoniii is n guest Rt tho Ilivervicw. John Turks of Cariitlicrsvilti' has business in tlio Cupe this week. Ilo is ii guest if tho Ilivorviow. S.piiro Doiinotniller of Kelso was in tho Capo Tuesday with n load of hay for tho mnrkot. L. R. Graves and daughter of Greon Brier were Cape visitors Sunday Joe Bennett of Chaffee spent Sun day in the Capo, an AquaniHi guest. Paul Dickson, of Matthews, Mo., visited tlio Capo Sunday. II" wan a guest of tho Aipniuisi. Jnnios Gill a proniinont business iiiiiii of l'ornfelt spont Monday in tho Cape visit inn rohitivos and frionds. Julius Xolilo of onto I was a Capo .1. I-'.. Smith of Motley pa id t...

Publication Title: Cape Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 20 March 1914

THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD If you receive your mail by Rural Free Delivery or Star Route, or at a post office where there is no newsdealer handling it, you can gei iuc oil liuno Daily Globe-Democrat t-vorv tluv except Sunday, .ix d:iys in every week, under ti special offer (not open so subscribers who live in towns served by local newsdealers) for $2.50-ONE YEAR-$2.50 vnT .... ;,..., .!.(.. ami mmertVet '"llliral lloilte I'dition.'' The paper for which other Mil.M-ribers regularly pay "" willinu to pav. Sl.llO per vetir. The REAL DA1L CLOBfc DEMOCRAT". All the news of all the earth, without bias or preiudire. An interest inn and helpful pac for women every dav. Brightest and fullest Sport News. Correct Market 1, . ports. Tile best ju.d nio-t complete p-nen.l newspaper printed or ..irmh.tcd in the West, iibsolut.ly clean, reliable and up to the minute. THE WEEKLY GLOBE-DEMOCRAT issi ed Twin: every week treat Semi-Weekly newspaper and journal for everv mem 'b,r ,.f...

Publication Title: Cape Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 20 March 1914

THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD CHAFFEE MER- STORE AT BLO- NMmmmmmmmmmmmmwmmmmmmmmmmmmmmwwnm UTICCim if rvrn iTiPiTrn i MCICKVUllUU FOR DAMAGES BY ROBBERS 1 Woman Badly Burnt Through R , b Arrested and Tried in Aliened ( are essnes.s I ill- j . wnIcr,g Cour( g inc( an Willi (.asohne . rt HIIMIJ lllWIIilll ALEXANDER FILES SUIT GUiLTY 0F PETiT LARCENYig Lamp Explodes While Plaintiff Held it in Hit Hands Tning to Adjust IUirncr the 1 1. 1 It ol hi' ( 'haf- v. . !l know 11 bu-i-- -1 1 t k ill i'i ii'l -llll p. I' . i inane- s.'i. :;..ti. Ml.-. .1 .mi. the F.ts-sman III. I: - ! I, is- if,. .!i it tin in- Hi ;in-' ;i in tin : iiii.iit.l i.f Ml-. M .1. l ilil. i- the plain tiff iiii'l -In' i- n l'ii -i n'.-'l by attorney II. E. A!i s.itnli ! of 1 1 1 1 city. Si. nil' in.' lit).- :iu" Mrs. Stanley was ihuiLrii.'i-lv luirin'.l liilr trying to inlji-l a lamp which ;i tint working t.i her s.iti-1'.ictioii. I nx-t-.-t i galioti -howed tliat tin- lamp liail been lilli.l witli u'l-...

Publication Title: Cape Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 27 March 1914

W t..4 .... AuVVc f Itt ANI TIIK CAPIS COUNTY II KHALI) AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER" ABSOLUTELY CLEAN AND FIT FOR ANY MEMBER OF THE FAMILY TO READ Volume XVI CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, MARCH 29, 1914 Number 13 pj in Kf SS YOU CAN WIN IF YOU WILL BUT ONLYTRY The Fine 20-Acre Free Farm and Piano aje Worth Striving For BE A LILE WIRE AND WIN Get Your Friends to Help You Get Them to Take the Tribune One or Two Years The Capital Prbe. For those who may not he tho roughly familiar with the great offer that we arc making, we will briefly state again, that we will present an absolute free and clear deed to a fine productive 20-acre farm, three room cottage, barn, chicken house, etc., located along the C. O. & N Railroad, with a station 100 yards from the dwelling; plenty of fruit, such as cherries, berries, pears, peach es, nlutns. etc.. in good bearing con dition on the property; two never failing springs of good water and t cistern; 12 families living within sight of this modern country h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 27 March 1914

THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD The Cape Girardeau is due down Tuesday. Tln steamer li'-f" ,lu' ll",n Wednesday. A. II. Sherwood and wife of Ghi (ago, were Cape visitor Monday. S. P. Eidron of Whitewater paid the Capo a business vif it Monday. W. II. Wills, of Pat tun, was in the Capo o" insurance business Monday. John Hart or of Stt Genevieve paid the Capo a business visit. Monday. Charles Reed of Fruitland paid the Cape a visit Monday. J. I). Rogers, a real estate man of Benton, spent Monday in the Cape. K. Cannon and daughter of Benton spent Monday in the Cape on a shop ping trip. W. L. Mabrey of Jackson spent Monday in the Cape in the trans action of business. C. C. O'Neal of Advance was trans acting some business in the Cape Monday. H. G. Seiti, a popular citizen of Puxico, was in the Cape Monday look ing after business affairs. Charles H. Mills of Sikeston, spent Monday in the Cape on a business Uip. W. H. Stubblcfield left Monduy for Poplar Bluff where he has s...

Publication Title: Cape Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 27 March 1914

THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD SOCIETY... I Tuesday is the last day for the filing of certificates for councilman. for nomination Mrs. Ralph Schultt is cntcrtaininR Tuesday afternoon at cards at her home on Middle street. o Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Thilcnius, and son, Paul and Arthur, returned Sunday from a weeks visit in St. Louis. o Mm. K. H. Oliver and daughter Marguerite will return Thursday from a two weeks visit in San Antonio, ond other points in Texas. The Cape Council No. 20, of the Masonic Council, met Tuesday even ing at Masonic IIzll. Two new mem bers were initiated, they being Dr. Yount and J. A. llenshaw. o Mrs. Chris Stiver left Tuesday morning for a few duys visit with Mrs. J. Hall of Millervillc. Mrs. t Hall was lormeriy miss itum nuiiaum u " The Missouri Public Utilities Co. tinvn, rpenived lnrire 8iit)I)lv of telenhone poles which means the Cape's White way will Boon be on attractive feature of the town. ' With the dust blowing in all! i directions Tuesd...

Publication Title: Cape Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 27 March 1914

THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE THK Ckn: Ctll'MV HKKAI.I). V.yvTT Friday by THE (WIT, (;iRlU)KAi: lTKLISIIING COMPANY. Arm. i. v 1 1 k iTin .- jiwmm'Hsh mvttkh at thk 1'ost office at t u t: i.iuvKin. i. mo . rnxniMi. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR IN ADVANCE CAfK ml' TV orntKHs. Itppri'etilnti e . . . . MllTlll County Cl.'rk I'fntnili .IU'Iki Circuit Clerk Itrrnrilrr rrntrrut in Attornc: I nlliTiur . C C. Oliver, Neclya Landing W. V. SuinnirrM, Ciipr Cirnrlpu rrra k.oyeri, jnrkann ..F.llw. I. Havh. .Inrb.nn 11. I.. HoffmiMM'iT, Jnrkaou fi-im. Jltrkson J. Henry Cnruthrra. Cimi (lirnnWa . .J. f. Calilwrll, Jurkann J. II. C. Kcratnrr. Jarkanu Tri'ftnurt'r . . J 11 f Knpfn Purveyor I,. M. Bean. Jarkaon llowrra, Oak Itlrlga Kehoen, Cinnlonville . M. H AltMI'NKrtr Coroner I'ubhe .lminitr:itr Common I'lexr Ju.licr f lerk Common I'l, ni l'riMltlinir Jmlce County Court First liiMnct County Court Hecontl OiMnri County Court Ilialtwny Fnjnneer School SujM-rititt nli...

Publication Title: Cape Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 27 March 1914

THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD i If 'i OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOXXIOOOOOOOO FILL OUT THIS BLANK and mail or bring it to The Tribune office at once. Blank. Good (or 5,000 Votes. I nominate '. Address as a candidate in The Tribune's Great Free Farm and Piano Contest. My name is Address '. The name and address of peoplo making nominations need not necessarily be divulged. Only a limited number of nomina tions will be accepted. It is understood that for each cirodidato nominated only one nomination coupon which entitles the candidate so nominated to 6,000 votes, will be accepted by the Contest Manager. ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo SUMMER IS ONLY A FEW HOURS AWAY You need a vacation outing just as much in Winter as you do in Summer-perhaps more. A few hours in oneof our magnificient all-steel trains will land you in -The Winter Resorts of Florida or The Texas Gulf Coast In either of these winter playgrounds, you will find a balmy, invig...

Publication Title: Cape Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 27 March 1914

THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD FIRE DESTROYS CAPT. CALD- BANK ROBBER THEHOMEOF i WELLHASPAIN-1 IS KILLED BY CAPE CITIZEN FUL ACCIDENT POSSEINFIGHT ; i i Had Just Acquired Farm and Fell From Trunk While Trying Fiht Lasts Four Hours and House Was Burned Before to Lower Sash Found in He Wounds Six Who At Tenant Vacated Heipless Condition tempt Arrest MME. CAIL LAUX IS NOW HEROINE ENGLISH SOL DIERS SENT TO THREE TOWNS GIRL FATALLY BURNED BY EXPLOSION Showered With Attentions in Her Cells of Which She Has Three Soldiers are Instructed to Use Precaution to Prevent Outbreaks Can of Belt Dressing Became Heated and Explosion Burns Clotes off INSURANCE HAD LAPSED FALL BREAKS HIS HIP LOCKED CASHIER IN VAULTSPENDS HER TIME WRITING VOLUNTEERS AWAIT SIGNAL WAS HELPING HER FATHER Defective Flue Causdd Fire and Worked Hardship on Owner Was Preparing to Move Joe 1'aust, :m o). time cilieii of tin Cape inn! vicinity, who has fur tiimiy years resided in tin- West Knd, recently suffered...

Publication Title: Cape Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 27 March 1914

THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COVNTY HERALD s i.V i o LEO KING CAP-TURESDESPER-ATE CRIMINAL Had Escaped From Peniten tiary at Chester Was Serv ing Life Sentence CAPTOR RECEIVES REWARD Prisoner Identified By Prison Of ficials and Returned to Chester to Serve Sentence When Leo King the well known .young ' tie inspector stepped into the depot at Scventysix Wednesday night, little did he dream that he waa soon to become the hero of a bitter conflict with the daring arrest of a desperate criminal whose record of crime waa sufficient to make the most seasoned desperado hunter think .seriously before engaging him in an attempt at capture. However, Leo had that very experience, except that the fugitive didn't make any physical .resistance, merely trying to talk his way out of the difficulty. On last Monday two convicts es aped from the Penitentiary at Ches ter, 111., and the authorities of that institution immediately circulated no tices containing pictures and descrip tions of the fugit...

Publication Title: Cape Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 27 March 1914

THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD ammmmmnroinmimmmm RULES AND REGULATIONS GOVERNING THE TRIBUNE t FREE FARM AND PIANO CONTEST. ! Any person refilling in Cnpe Girardeau city or county and surrounding territory, (excepting employes of The Tribune) may enter the contest. They do not have to be subscribers of the paper in order to enter; nil thnt is necessary is to Fend in their name and address. The awards will be made by n board of three judges, who will have charge on the last day of the contest. They will make the awards nnd their decision shall be final. The Farm will be awarded to the contestant securing the most votes in the entire contest. The Piano will be awarded to the contestant standing next highest in number of votes in the contest. Votes may be clipped from the paper or secured on subscrip tion. The Humiliation counts for .,()((() votes for contestant-nominated. No person will be permitted to buy papers in bulk for the purpose of clipping coupons, but there a...

Publication Title: Cape Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 3 April 1914

AND THIS CAPIS COUNTY II KHALI) AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPERABSOLUTELY CLEAN AND FIT FOR ANY MEMBER OF THE FAMILY TO READ Volume XVI CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, APRIL 3, 1914 Number 14 THE TRIBUNE CONTEST WILL CLOSE ON SATURDAY EVEN ING, MAY 2, AT 7 O'CLOCK ROBBER SHOT TWO PRETTY. VOTER 0PP0S- HUERTA'S SON I IS REPORTED WHILE TRYING TO ESCAPE Trying to Break in Home of Mrs. Selma Hurst and Gets Shot at WOMEN HAVE AWFUL FIGHT ESSCHULZAND THILENIUS TO BE KILLED i Ample Time Left for a New Contestant to Enter the Race or One Who Has Already Entered to Get Busy and Win One of the Big Prizes of the Contest ABOUT FIVE WEEKS A Good Chance for Some Active Person to Pick Up a Couple Thousand Dollars Worth of Real Estate for Just a Little Effort on Their Part THE CONTEST WILL CLOSE ON SATURDAY EVENING, MAY 2, AT 7 O'CLOCK. This gives sufficient time for those who enter the contest at this time or even later, if they net right busy, can easily overtake the leaders as they now stand in the ruce. Thre...

Publication Title: Cape Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 3 April 1914

THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD S i i ' . i ix)cai anu rcrsonai q S!WaWSraJfi!BHfi!fi!ii , J. F. Hay nnil tlniinliti-r of Caruth-j crsvillc were Cape visitors Sunday. Miss iVIla llarrion of Decatur, ; ., f-pcMit Sunday in tin- Cape. Tli- contest cIom's Saturday even-; ing May -iid, at 7 o clock. I .1. Y. Moore of Canton, a Cap- vi.-it 'i' Sunday. Swift of St. (Ictuvicvc vi-itor Sunday. M. K. Ca.M apent II. 11. Lang od Cliaffc Sunday in the ' il r. .1. II. l enill oi Illikio, spent Sunday in the Cipe. j I W. S. Cold) of l'uxico is in the Cape on a business trip. Steamer Hers I.ee is due at the Cape going up Monday afternoon. M. II. Weston and L. L. Butler of Chaffee were Cape visitors Monday II. Williams a business man of Fornfelt was in the Capo Monday. Just about live weeks to get a free 20-a-re farm or handsome piano. The contest closds on May 2nd. II. J. Baker of St. Francis is in the Cape in the transaction of busi ness. It is no longer fashionable to keep a diary...

Publication Title: Cape Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 3 April 1914

THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD - 0 t V S Easter Clothes Refined-Smart-Handsome It is a pleasure for us to show the splendid assort ment of new clothes we have just received for this season. We can suit your taste in color and pattern and give you that most im portant of all considerations-individuality of de sign and fit in Adler-Rochester Clothes This is not an idle claim The history of this fam ous make extends over a period of half a century. During this time Adler- Rochester Clothes have been worn by the best dressed men in America. The Adler-Rochester plant is known the world . r a e 1 1 ,4 n4-iU1t cVitrt nnfc over as tne iinest oi an laiiumis caiuuiwimiwuw. Here exists the highest standard of style, work manship and materials. You will appreciate what all of this means when you see our stock. Suits and Top Coats $12 to $20 Charley Rieman 5,000 James Canvey 6,000 New Wells. Henry F. Boren 5 ,000 Neelys Landing. Miss Dora Kistncr 5,000 Neelys Landing R. D. No. 1....

Publication Title: Cape Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 3 April 1914

ft! H'J WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND THE CAPE COUNTY HERALD. Every Friday by Till: CAPE GIRARDEAU PUBLISHING COMPANY. AITI ICVTIOV KU KNTI1Y AS SECOND CLASS M ATTIC H AT Till-: l'OST OFFICE AT CATK CiinAUDKAV, MO., I'KNDINCI. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR IN ADVANCE CAI'F. COINTY OKKICKP.3. l vpr' 'M.t:im f . Mi.-ntT ('nirin V. l'f..:l(" .hi, In' Cir.'iiil I. ik 1tor.tr. irr I'riiHt rut i i.i: At("iii'' ('i.K.-.-nr Trt-n',;!- r Survrvt Aw r . . C. .rutin I'ulilic .lmini-:r:i" ('Kllillintl l l' tr J a .. Clrrk -in. .11 ' Mi l'ri'.i lit .lU'lc' "i KirM Oi-lrn'1 lYur, Si-mini 1 i - i;-t ( Hliztiunv 1 liirilurr Srlim.l Siii..rmt.-ti.li FHrui A-l iir Jmliip I mull "! Ufliil.ll N' -Jt:t it . ... ('. (:. MliviT, Nfclys T.Andina . W. Sunimt'M, Cnpp Cfimrilcnu Frril (ii'.viTt, .liirknon I'.iiw 1. llnya, Jtwkeon II. I,. lluR ir.riMer, .Inrkflnn (J. F. iinrr, Jiirkon hi'firy C'nrut hi-rs, I'tipr (tirnrilran I. F. C'hIiIwpII, Jnrkpon J. II. C. kcrMwi-r, .Inck.iou I,. ...

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