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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 16 February 1912

AND t'ifiV' ASH CAN IS RUN ON WHEELS tan Be Wheeled to Curb Without Fuse or Fear of Soiled Clothes Knock for Chore Man. T wbi a fkifih of genius (hat In- plrful a Connecticut man to put wli-U on an null can. And v.lien in Addition to tills Iio afl!pl a lianll whlrh alno arts as a brakn, lie put a tho chore man almost out of btmlnosB. l'or tho hpad of the houso ran now roll IjIb own nBli can out to the curl), If hr in not too proud to do an, with out, any trouble nt all and without "iiing his clothes. The can Is mounted on a pair of finuill 1ipp1h and llio handle Ih hint;t'l to the fide A bolt at the bottom rriguKCA the croKM hnr of the handle and lock Ash Can on Wheels. tl:.' !.'.ttir in a vertical poult Ion when I' in not In use as a pusher. Thus the ends of the handle ad as a brake ai.il prevent the can from rolling day by Itself or from upsetting, as li would otherwise do with only two 'nlr-.-cd wheels to rest upon. GERMANY MAKES SLAG BRICK Well Suited for Building of Houses on A...

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. — 16 February 1912

' " " " i 4. L - I''. :-"i to ?r-. th aT t-.i; t " f-7r-.i-1 a," ar Cv.V.u 47 SJ ...... r ?v-s to- co- . I i i t to h'Mr : p c f. ; i roo. tisvUefj .-m ar i mor-!: .ivr-CI-.7 Li't vr i m:i".i- -k ,-' ;:tt..-. dirirx t':- tit '7 ear. n J. Gri:n, Sat Aaii-j - 4 T-T"- 1- ar , : 7-GarC d-ickr:d was c: '. t: ?.r Crcl ikistioi . J critki e-s-rr rtcsi-ie nob by cr r:7 j too fka: iitea c-n a Cers.reris Scat tk'ut r-- t:-1 P--:":..;;u t:..ers"II peaoacr m rr.xsj llx- ma;ortki cf df. r..ari"---vl. C.3 St. Lc::j g.. heHrka! rr..it:5rs fir thr ya-s, ; 3- -.:- H.-.y' I FII-r rrr: e. ! T -A I r. :.." ; f -.rv a , v J.. .J- J. . ! t; d.ir..? f:r g-;?rr.oir a: h;.j Tbj 3t.i-i e:i:Ii f ;r" n-it:;ca-;j atSs. Louis chj Lirj-j' f-sr th sutf.i LiTir,; sper.t ; tit ufei cf ru:- 2 -:r r-. Govtr: fir-u'v ers were f-rw. OtiniiZJ wrs! ev,er tr.' stats rgvrsr.t the It h:t. tr: tce-Ij of tJie ar.-i asi tclal ecr-iitiocj- ia lIUo.iri ! to- prist artic'ea of e:r cn r3 a-:r7 t a-'-'!ri r-r:t3 te3 yea tiat irc-ttr...

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. — 16 February 1912

I Ccpc Leeds 5 5 Mrs. Francis P. Cooter, wife of P. C. Cooter, died at her home, 115 South Middle street Friday night after a long illness. Her death was caused from stomach trouble. Mrs. Cooter was connected with some of the best families of Missouri and had been a resident of Cape Girardeau twenty-nine years. Besides her husband, she leaves three children Wilbur F. and Jas. A. Cooter, and Miss Ethel Cooter, all of whom have the sympathy of many friends in the loss of a good wife and mother. The funeral services were con ducted at the home Sunday, Rev. Ivan Holt officiating. The annual Webster-Sorosis play was put on at the Cape Normal auditorium Monday night. The play deals with '"life in school" and has many catchy lines and trying situations, which were carried out in earn est dramatic fashion by the well trained participants. Besides the play, the Webster orchestra furnished good music, and a pantomime ball game furnished the audience an opportunity to enjoy a hearty laugh betw...

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. — 16 February 1912

) 1 o r? r i a x r J J . CTORY rlo if I Jk l.Jiiikl1ksLM IV Lout Joecrh Vance i r'ustraSlonii Jry Ray Walter .JtywHaiwWiatCffllHafcMI'lHWIIIiMl- t SYNOPSIS. . c.timii Cnnpt, n vmir.r man of Nw 'York Olfy, Ntei'tK 1 vuicl itlai k wtoi-it. wiio ;1tivUps film to ft r'inl pHl'ty. H uireptn. nlthnum li itlxlikcs IllHrkstoek, Ihe ren rm Vi'inii tlmt lnUi ato in love wIUi Kath . rln 7. r.axU'r. CHAPTER I. (Continued.) He feit hex eyes rtpon him, seriously wst and questioning, and frowned slightly, wishing; ho had held his ton gue, though aware that he could not 'oave. 'caring the way he did. i '"Why not tell me? I'm waiting, ttsrrett." "Well. . . ." It was difficult: an 4mpertinence; lnoredlble, besides. But friow that he had committed himself. tie Htlffevjed a resolve and plunged. "It i salt that your engagement to this tnaa Blsjikstock would be announced Wfore loug." . That ovit bluntly, he causht a long reath una, divided between fear and faith, sat watching her. The seconds of her sile...

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. — 16 February 1912

METHOD OF SETTING GRAPES Bent System of Training Is Modifies tton of Munson Trellli Soma Nitrogen It Needed. Il!v V. V. M A SKI' Y.) For vineyard iil-ititi!!;-; net the vines f !i:ht f'''l npnrt In rows twi led npart. Cut huck to two cvfs mid t rain up h -lnsl Ht'in to a itake (Iip first yenr. Then tho lic;t N.vr.tiTii of t.r.-iinitif! Iff a i.'i'xlilifaHnn (if tin- Munson trellis. Hi t i.o.-ts iilonrr tin- rows mid nii.l:o Post for Modified Munson Trellis. A. Position of Wires. them five feet high. At top of each post null a cross-piece of "x4 scant ling (wo and a half feet long, project ing equally on each side. Stretch threo wires horizontally, one aiong tho tops of tho pouts and one n!on each end of tho crossbar. Then take two .arms, one each way from the ft em of the vine along tho central wive. The next reason these arms are shortened to four feet and fruited, and at the same time a cane la taken from near tho (stem to take the piano of these arms the following season and tiie...

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. — 16 February 1912

if - t t t e :.-ett Dr. D.nnUi.'sh. of BloomfiolJ was here Tuesday. Chan. Miller of the Cape was in the city Tuesday. Wdb'ritf Medley of Cape Girar deau was here Wednesday. Alvirv MilJe wont to Caruthers- ville Monday on business. County Clerk Goyort went to St. Ioui Sunday. Edw. Hays went to SL Loui-t Lou'13 Sunday. Clarence Taylor went to Poplar Blu'T Monday on business. Jno. A. Snider returned from St. Loui3 Saturday. Engineer llousch h in Poplar Dluff this week, on business. Ed. Kerstner run downtGor donville Sunday. Morton Randol spent Sunday in Jackson. The ladies of the Baptist church gave a chicKenpiesuj pt-r Thursday. Andrew Caldwell returned ;5at ur lay from an extended trip thro ;r1i the east. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Masterson of the Cape were visitors in the city Monday. Martin Ritter returned home Tuesday from a visit to different points in Illinois CoruniTcd Frora Last Vcrk. E. A. lied well, Road overseer, Dist. No. 4, annual settlement approved and warrant $150.07; D. C. L...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 23 February 1912

si( 'onnalSclooi Jul T- 31 r t vn I. i ( t J d A j t 1 -2 Ii H MM ,1 o TKf FESPLri PAPER "ALL THE KIWS THAT'S FIT TO PHIKT" Vol. XIV Cape Girardeau, Missouri, Friday, February 23, 1912. No. 8 f "3 A 7 )"! 'GENERAL AOD LOCAL PIGII-0P3 Hashed and Re-basEed or tie Busy Reader. SOUTHEAST MISSOURI LATC HAPPENINGS. Some Fads and Fiction Seen and Heard on the News paper Firifl Line. The Spring term of the Nor mal school opens March 5, 1912. In addition to the regular courses, special spring term courses will be offered for teachers in Agri culture, Home Economics. Peda gogy, American History, Litera ture. Physical Geography, An cient History, Algebra, Nature Study, Physiology, Reading, Civ il Government, Grammar, Arith metic, the Missouri course of study for rural schools and Latin. There will also be open to stu dents prepared for college work a number of college courses in History, Literature, Languages, Science and Education. On evidence submitted at the examining trial of Officer John ...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 23 February 1912

j-, , ff sto nr ry 1 15 t jwro::-J ! 5 ; A ROMANCE ! 5 lr,!i Jrpb Vance in f avJsCr i.-a i - i a UMft J SYNOPSIS. y i . fn.w a It A : 'o- if . qrif I - !Xi l- r-r(i v-r-v. t , - if --- 1: v fceit jr t ... '-" -r -t t-e t. ' trt l-n -.. -.- it i &r-r. ).oi.Pt fa a tl ..' t V-r f-t.-n-"!.'. o. Ai U j" , ( j-t iru two CHAPTER 11. (CorVrutd.) Piacknock in trposel hastily "That Oi:rti-lWt spade, o? your terainiy tJM lead him tip t-i eiaygMer." He riri4 over and fow-k tp the deck at Troax'a elbow, e--read!c5 tb cards w(h tfextrous aweep of bis strong. Hunt Angers. "New gsTce. Cut, you f'TlTaS. "The Invitation tempt; but there -are mo eklns too thick . . ."Van Try! jmreued. Truax pushed back his chair, nod '?5 cheerfully to Coast. Tut for a tieigit'ofd tint of color he showed no .raoe cf being aware of Van TuyTs ln-wol'-cc. "Cut In, Garreti; It's your ora. . . . t'EV-ss." l. -tided, "yca-atl want to eui'. It' rrc-Uy late. I think II! !rrp, for ore " 'Drop." aH Van Tuyl ".!?, ' and ' V'...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 23 February 1912

mm m mm- wmmssmm f)f.W IS COOKING THE LORDLY TURKEY. Ey Martha McCulloch Williams. The lord of Hip winter party or wedding; anniversary feast in, of rourse, thu turkey- ami It now ye, Rotiil housewives, one nnd all. that he cnn bo conked to a delirious turn by M. Hoyrr'H method nf paper ban cook ery! In fact, the entire dinner can ho prepared and cooked to perfection la paper bars, and after It has been eaten to the last turkey bnii'i and lust idlco of pumpkin pie, the pnod house it H e v. ill licit be ny a ureal pile of pots and pans to be, cleaned-u tank that hart taken the ciii;i' off the unppliicF of many a housewife who has served one of her old-tlmo famous mrals for her i-ticr's. or her children back Tiomo to help tbel yld folks eclehrn'e their anniversary. Menu Krape Fruit .nix Rhum, or with Raw Oysters Salted Nuts Toasted lier(e Craekers rt"""rr'..r?.r bo.iut I'urkey Sweet Potatoes in Syrup Spanish Onions Baked Pears Cranberry Sauce Celery Olives Radishes Sweet Pickles. Crea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 23 February 1912

Sit C 1 ! Thro ft. :..hi4 .tT VrhUf I f thu ;.i'.Ai. n r.u.":aM toiuiNY. s-.-v rir' rri-c: Jt.OU f.cr nr t;i;tri-rt s s'H-ond c!as.f m.Utr at the pf.yt oHi'n t Op tilrardoao. Mo under hn net of Mmn 3. 2379. Till- CATALOG MONSTER. The Herald has printed several yors i when H V. r.jor entered the .ce of at torney genera!, ho announced in a Knlflr,tic manner that he win;! break up all combinations nnd trusts between railroad com panies, or forfeit their charters, ; incidentally isdmitting thst he p o: rr; c j the nuT.-.-ary qualifi cations to accomplish th)3 de sirable result. o - There will be plenty of strong, popular candidates for Republi can nomination for state oir.c?.s. articles relative to the mailorder and the ..jvary will be pleasant, evil, abner with the parcels post ! though it will be lively. There both of which go hand in hand, j will be nothing like the Clark In presenting the mail order U'olk contest in which the Demo r;..,0fti,0a;nn!crats have indulged. should be print...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 23 February 1912

? The young ladies of the St. Vincent school presented a min strel show at the Grand Monday night which exceeded all expec tations, those in the cast dis playing exceptional ability as interpreters of negro dialect and songs, the large audience show ing its appreciation by repeated encores. In fact the perform ance was far superior to many traveling companies. We would like to see a return engagement, which will no doubt follow the popular success at the Grand Monday night. The Cape High School girls basket-ball team won an inter esting game from the Festus girl's team at Festus Saturday night, the score being 8 to 4. In the game between the Cape and Festus boy's team, the for mer won by a score of 25 to 9. Both games were hotly contest ed. About 200 spectators from here attended. Mrs. Frank Campbell, wife of Rev. Frank Campbell, recently appointed to the local pastorate, was called to Galletin, her for mer home, on account of the death of her father. Judge Fuert, who died early Mon...

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. — 23 February 1912

Cc:in.ly He Htrjld publishing Co. CAPE GIR RDEAU ' MISSOURI r.cro days nre short, but who cart New York If) trsiiix to be bigger fcnet focgler tlinn Louden. The nonrr-nt tMng to a durbnr tbnt w have is circus rarado. It Js the chauffeur, not the nutc. th Beeda hG.-se sr.ntiO nowadays. One oT the mert fragile thlncs In tho world la a New Year'YesoluMor.,. It Is Just one btnmcd pr'it ofter un ether. At present It la tin? mongoose Prunes, are prunci whet tliry are put (n fancy pound boxes a,nd sold at CO rents Winter, having thrown olT Its d's RiifBP, may as well do its worst and et It over. Now 1 a pood time to lay In a sup Ply of mesquito bite remodldfl. They cujjbt to be cheap. He is- a. prudent man who Is cnreful not to burn down the bousd In his oflorts to keep warm. A pence, conference 1a In seftston In Shanghai : Thus far the hospital Hot baa not been published. Ono notion of the easiest ay to wake money la to accept $'.'60.Q00 for quitting the aviation game A hotel of 1.000 roo...

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. — 23 February 1912

With 1 y the Debt May Be Spur To (he Right Man It Frequent ly Acts as a Stimulant to Good Work. BY KO MEANS ALWAYS CURSE Pr-caslng Financial Obligation Have Sometime Been the Meant of Enriching the World With Great Work cf Cenlu. To the rl,;bt man debt Is a blessing. H fipurs him to brluR out tho aoUller spirit anil to make the flKlit tlmt wins. But to the one who la lucking a serine of financial honor debt In a eurno. Jin doesn't fool tho lnnh of the collector's InslHtenco or the bill with th rej Inked "ricano remit" To the lionoat eoiiI thoao thing are as blows unilor which the flesh twitches, nnd he, makes hlsh resolves that that tor ture, shall not" always be hlH. He rfiwimi't like the Idea of genius l" debt In the first place, but. tho exi gencies of life forca It upon blm. Then ho buckles down to pay tho creditors. Who knows bow much of pi-lcoles'Si value the world has received because 'tne onco obncUro genius was hound vl by creditors? Willi his alleged fondness for tho cup t...

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. — 23 February 1912

"-Edward Howard, cashier of t-ji? Cape County Savings Bank of Jackson was instantly killed in this Hank of Ccmmerca Build ing, St. Imis. at 9 o'clock Fri day morning, when he attempted to tit p from an elevator on the f.econd fi.ior and plunged to the bottom of the shaft. He struck head tlrFt on the granite floor at the bottom cf the pit, his skull being crushed and spina broken. Mr. Howard, with his cousin. R. M. McCombs, of the Byrd Matthews Investment Co.. was ,ttftho nffW of that om. pany on the sevtnth floor when the accident occurred. He hesi-jthe tated in leaving the car alter Jvir. Mcijomos g it out, ami me elevator operator started the car j upward, closing the dooraahe'Pse of loosing delegates to moved the lever. As the car county convention, which is started, Mr. Howard attempted ; hereby called to be held in Jack to alight, and was pinned be-! Por1 m0 on Saturday, March 9. tweenthe iron grating at tnetjp door and floor o ' the elevator. The operator immediately step ped ...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 1 March 1912

,rnrlS:ol'.l Jul r"i r'3 J r 1 r - 3 'I I i 1 1 ! ! " t J1 ..A pja.,j . gt.-.,..swi'.-j ... :'- W IKI PECPLE'S PAPER "au the KrwaTtwrsriT to print - $t'2IC"I?TlCM PRICE, SI.C3 A YEAR, W A3Vr::i Vol. XIV Cape Girardeau, Missouri, Friday, March 1, 1912. No. 9 GENERAL AHD LOCALIOII-UrS Hashed and Re-hashed lor tke Busy Reader. SOUTHEAST MISSOURI LATE HAPPENINGS. Some Facts sad Taction Seca and Heard on the News paper Firing Line. One hundred and thirty prominent church and college men will make addresses at the ninth general convention of the Religious Education Association in St. Louis, Mo., March 11-14. Representatives by the thous ands of schools and churches from all over the country will meet in conference at some thirty different meetings of this convention. , The conventions of the Religious Education Associa tion have always been unique in several ways. The association includes in its membership and uses on its plattorm, Protestant, Catholic, Jew and other faiths. At these conv...

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. — 1 March 1912

LlEuGRIAL BUILDING TO AMERICAN INDIAN Cap 2 . County Herald Herald Publlahina Co. 91MYSCI1 mi ICO r.VJCH FOR THE LAWYER fc-fow a Michigan Congressman, Testi fying Lumber Expert, Silenced th Noisy Attorney. There is a certain representative ta -n(fres from Michigan wlio was one Miinmcncd n a witness In a case being Irled In tiiglnnw, the summons being based on his expert knowledjo of th lumber business. It appears tbat the whole case tinged on whether or not merchantable lumber hud been sup plied a ceitaln firm, as sot forth la its contract with tho party of the sec ond part. Representing the opposition there appeared a very vociferous lawyer ho made up in noise w hat be lacked In argument. Ho would shout and xoar and pound the table in front of him like un auctioneer. "Wliul," demanded the counsel la stentorian tours of tho witness, "what do you regard are merchantable lumber?" "Lumber that may bo sold at a rroflt," replied the imperturbable wit ness. The lawyer pounded the table Hg...

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. — 1 March 1912

and !'Mr WAY TO KEEP OVERSHOES ON Pennsylvania Woman Designs Band to Fft Around Ankle With Hook Fastened to Button. A.ny iiernon who ha ever hud an ovorrhoH como oft while ciohhIiik a muddy ptreet will appreciate the fast ener Oevlce designed by a Pennsylva nia woman (u prevent UiIh imnoyiiif; accident. An elantle band raatens around tho ankle and tills (support a nder-ltko arrangement lit. the heel of tho overidioe. Attached to one side of the, gunishoo Is nnother elastic sup porter, with a hook which engages a button fin a button Fhoo, or a hook on tnee. nhoe. U takoR only a few noc omhi -to fasten thp overshoe on with tti.su device.';, and it Is worth the trouble. A t f t a ruble-r has nm c romp FsGtened In a Twinkling. oft 'n Hie mud, ami It usually doe this when you are niup; somewhere jn;i want to look your best, there Is not ir.inh uso In putting it on again. T1:p Attachments are made so that tlipy can bo rptnovi'd from the ovor hboe when noi needed and iuirkly put on : i :.-...

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. — 1 March 1912

-.4 FC't i:,-ifr"y Sl.s i:.rj'i.!.t ric-: $1.0 rr v-ar la inJve . K.HrvJ a h'mkI class matter at i'st f.c,it ." i tit Cape Cimnh-au, Mo ty4r (hi! net of M:trcU 3. 1ST3. M W t i . 4 in y ijj8 of CeHHHon IT Court. VtTe art authorised to announce (M xcs V hkvs a caiHlkiatf far the ottcec-f Ju!jrA of trK pe Girardeau Court c-f ( (itrn ir.n P p as, subject to Hn? will of the KrjiuhlU'an primary in Affnst, l'.fl2. THE CATALOG MONSTER AND FACTS CONNECTED. Pu jico. Mo. Feb. 2-24-11 Editor Cape Co. Herald: Will you allow ir.e enough space in The Herald to speak a few words about the "Catalog Mon ster?" Now let me say that monster must be a harmless monster to the majority of consumers. It may be frightful to many un necessary middlemen. We buy from home merchants as well as catalog houses. If we tan do as well at home we buy here; if not, we buy elsewhere. Friends, I say buy from both, and let's have a little competi tion. I think, should we stop or dering from abroad the prices at home woul...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 1 March 1912

i J I Ccps Leeds SPRING POETRY. On r'.lk Cree k's reedy banks I hide, My mind on fish intent ; I might oaten tid-po)en if 1 tried: Hut It wasn't for them 1 went. G.VV. H. Mrs, Rachel Depew, aged seventy-nine years, died Sunday afternoon at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Edw. Kluge, of heart failure. The funeral was preached by Rev. Campbell of the Baptist church and the burial was made in the City cemetery. Mrs. Dcpew was a native of Il linois and came here a short time ago to spend her last days with her daughter, Mrs. Kluge, who gave her every attention till the final summons came. Mrs. Martha Smith of this city, who is visiting her son at Cape Girardeau, had the misfor tune one day last week to fall and sprain her left arm. The injury was very painful, but not serious. Steele News. J. II. Miller, aprominent far mer of Millerville and one of the jurors in the probate court here, was a caller at the Herald office Tuesday. Mr. Miller is one of the Herald's first subscribers. Chief E...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 1 March 1912

i s it fc i... 8 U i . I an s i Si 1 1 nun I $ l.'r Lewis Josfj li Vance i'j " " 1 1 i" 1 f p -'l,yi ut, xjio, t7 Lout JopU Yuc.) 4 &YNGFSI&. (".ftf-rtt C7.:M, a ynune limn of Now Tnt'n i; ;ty, T?T-?ts I'nm;!.-N J I t il.-U Ht Mr'k, who in-i him to n chni r-'Tty. tin R'-rr-ptfi, ltl m;;?h h 1!lil:c Ilkl'-kst'V k. tlw r':l on bt tt: thnt licth aro In lovii wltti Kath- rn-i r. Cont ful's to rnnvin'-a hrr 1 !arkstor.u l unworthy of bT frVnn-!iip. At th ptirty C'ntt mnta tlvn ii.u;:. J Iuri'i :,r"1 v-m Tuyl Tl'fro In a li'is'rrfi, and iiiui?iiuoi.-k hoola Ynn Tuyl dd. CHAPTER II. (Continued.) Tho iran locked tip arid nodded. "Wfll, it's too late now. Thnt'3 done for good nd all. We needn't qunrrel about It." II wr-nl back to his sont. "Good Lord, how long they nro!" He'liCRMti to talk, to maunder to hlruKfiX of wbtit might have tiocn and what had been, speaking of hs aims, ambitions, achievements In an oddly detached way, as ho might have re viewed another's life, only emotional...

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