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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 22 March 1912

CHICAGO NURSE HEALSJLITTLE TOTS Tells Wonderful Secret of Succecstul Experience Healing Sares- Mrnational PAIN T k 2T?m kk run at t I i i i r". 1 i 1 VI: :j f. coihl bo tuoro convincing tlian the. letter of n fiurse, In which !ie tolls t t!:.i w oii.I'.ts filut ha.:i uc- C)IMt:i!..il.',J with Mot'lllo!? It tin? curative properties of Rcdnol nro rr omii-.-i l an xt c j t U;. ii I liv n per koii roiii I t 1 1 1 a 1 1 y connected with .Ua dhxasi h nf every tort, yon, na an In (llvMunl, ccrtainl- ouulit to heed her words of c..( ricnce and advice. H ad what ! In- rays: "Itoslnol Ointment la excellent for the various r.kiu eruptions that child hood ia heir to. I havo healed a threat iruny noros on the little tots Willi Uchlnol Ointment, and recommend its good pinlit it's whenever I find mi op portunity. "MISS M. SCIIOFIKT.D, District Nurpe, Chicago, III." I.esinnl Ointment can bo applied to the law eUiii of th" ynntiiieHt infant without irritation or nmnrt Inft, and Fives instant relief....

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. — 22 March 1912

:J! I'm a.ii th.m in i.teB IV i ".!. S.'d ntrr Ilia at C rrda. ilo. uwa.-r t! f 't f Hurt 3. 1:. - . i 'i1.1. .!iii"-,rivi,iiil..l;.iJl,'..liwiur? A Oaan'etd Bn. It 1 r?.;"t.tr a p'fy f ifct rrTy ' Si'.. .fl list Frrwti of Mrt cacDot ftlt tbr due as k-1 ere f;j::;Vk ia Crtt!r:l 5s Crwr.?&6d cr na ! tm fJ3c3!f4 ty a&o.'hT tb '.!rf rrV catfe eDj'i8 pa-1 ia Th.'a earb isaa re- i'.t l &n Imwo!1 oatSi tJ.s iwrr- illi td tbe veua I now tt fcy fcart. TVo a i !.c f i:eer.g Is ap pointed. TSj to tB"n. lb ttsaslier I'd lji??Ued Itfiet-SVrtrtwra&d onesided, r"a4 fee to foe. rd e h teciiea tin Pf CS WcMi d wrist, fc-rra a t-fc-w-ttu. I a b Rtin flea bard t i reiw t.b iea-b bit a3rrry. j Eiicfi bw ieas o rani, whipping ti irty with ejffrara i J!p. tiie rktorr as"! a?"r two fc?nra cf fcatxie tt oswtJnit caa ttie rUnory to Vim tif the two 'Jrerri who b etrarvi t arhoif amtiy r. . . , -A minSMer taa pot to t aiira n-3 repcwrcefal t(xJ.T." Rjil a ?-acoo of t!8r m.rofoli?a hurch. 'Oor...

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. — 22 March 1912

1 1 Ccjc Leeds J A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. A. B. poekcl Sunday. llcv. J. U Holt has returned from St. Louis where he attend ed a religious educational meet ing. Mrs. E. N. Gray returned to her home in Cairo, III, Sun day after visitinff relatives here several days. T. P. Russell cf Hayti was a Cape visitor Sunday. Mrs. Fred Sackery of Crystal City, Tex., arrived Sunday to pay an extended visit to her mother and other relatives here. E, Sebastine, the popular con ductor on the Hoxie passenger, has sold his farm and other property near Mingo and will retire from farming. Most of the nearby towns are preparing for baseball this sea son, but we have heard of noth ing to indicate that the Care will have a team in the field. Ray Duncan of Whayne coun ty has been enrolled as a stu dent at the State Normal. .1. E. Umbeck of Route 5 was a visito: home of his son in this latter part of last week Jackson at the city the The good weather brought; quite a bunch of shoppers toj town thi...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 22 March 1912

Caps County Ikrdu Hoi aid Publishing Co. cXptf&IRAF(D&AU - MIOSOUR' Tb spring tylc la 'omn' r nnt nr :iot lilt reactionary . The I:it1lc1 Ptatoa por.sPBep l."50 000 rulnoa fowls, all la good ole uj training. The only effective way to niak biilldi.iK fireproof Is to build U t tbc bottom of the sea. Tf.cn there la nlso the Joker In fa bo office who sell you "good" seaU behind a pillar. Is ho not a great hu morist? The Krupp works nre about to turn out the largest gun ever mads. Whan not In use it can Lie used as a nest for the dovo of peace. A government official tells us that the averngo life of a dollar bill Is 14 months. We had been led to suspect that U iui 14 mluutes. An Ecuadoran mob has stormed a tall and lynched five generals. We understand that Ecuador has a large mpply of generals left. Although the weather bureau makes occasional mistakes, In announcing that January wa9 a record breaker it teems to have the goods. Aviators aro still breaking records, flut they are a...

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. — 22 March 1912

With the GOOD IDEA NOT ALL W;lh It Must Be the Determina tion to Sec It Throunh to the End. "LAY HOLD AND HANG ON" Hiftr.ry's Pages Are Full of Instances cf Men Who Have Missed the Success That Was Their Due, Uc-cause They Had Not That Quality. re iv a a recently ;i 1 tri !K- utorm )i. tho .Ni w loulidhind 11 -hing banks. --ii.ris el Vensela ero dtlveti onto In' ' Ah and buiidi ed.i ul llshermeii m i" ill owned. Anion,; t h o ve.-sels 1 . : i 1 1 -tl with d:ins;er w;wi a Gi"U i.i.r "i.iiiuek" vthlvh Lull nought. -hi 1 1 . r In n BriKilI buy. I'ir n time t Ui! ilddeu n.ilely ut anchor, bu' In' !lul t-hiitC'l, tlx; wavra ihiahed .'itr her, and tho was In 1 m mine n L I. i: i' of Ih-Iiir Mown ashore. Hud !:!.'. the t'lip.'lan broLe, roll tisiiiK tin; .ireb.tr chain, which began to como -;t the hold tit almost lih! nirm i i . il. Home! hing had to lie done find loi ipiiikly. A young sailor tool; In !!. it nation. "trlrsed" the chain, :o-U a "bite" with il over ttio stun .hint! and htiri...

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. — 22 March 1912

( i r,T r ri TV n r .A I 1 ! In ! ! 1 VI L...J 'J 5 t.... j l.J r n r n x :n i! PI ' yT???? t? "y"-"? -t. -tT?r r r5 t,' ii o nil y a j"7 3 t .1 '! i Wjj i.J -i i fc-i tj Lj Put Tin c3) fit will no doubt come as a great surprise to the many friends of both firms "that we have purchased from D. A. Glenn his entire Men's Clothing, Fur nishing and Shoe Department, together with his good-will and best wishes that we enjoy the pleasure of serving his host of friends and customers in as satisfactory manner as he has done for the past quarter of a century. We take this means of assuring our patrons as well as the valued friends of Mr. Glenn that we shall make every endeavor to serve their wants, if not Better, then at least as well AS THEY HAVE BEEN SERVED IN THE OA TT V7e believe that the union of these two stocks will give you the greatest selection to be found in this state, outside of the three largest cities. Vic shall give our at tention to the continuance of .Mr. Glenn's BEST KHOYN ...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 29 March 1912

3tJt (irmaJ bcliooi Jul v, A i Oil 3 1 L 1 1 o 1 HE PEOPLE'S PAPER 'ALL THE NEWS THAT'S FIT TO PRINT" SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, S1.00 A TEAR. IN AOVA'CB Vol. XIV Cape Girardeau, Missouri, Friday, March 29, 1912 No. 13 SWT ! II Crs XW-' oaP' j fcj LOCAL AUD GENERAL --There is a great opportunity in sight for the farm hoys of this country. It is now general ly known that corn yields best I in the locality in which the seed was grown. This means that every country neighborhood in Missouri is in need of a seed corn grower. Farmers as a rule haven't the time to devote to such work, and this is where boys get their chance. Every body knows that the boys who have joined corn clubs are be coming the best corn growers in America. They are growing more corn per acre than anybody else, and some of thera are already in the seed corn business and get ting from two to three dollars ner bushel for their corn. In a few years boys will be doing most of the seed corn business of Missouri. As a part of a pl...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 29 March 1912

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 29 March 1912

D aixydowndilly By ELOISE (Copyright, mi, by Associated Literary l'reiw.) "TMd I undersland j'ou to say that you had never called on tlio people on the floors abovo?" Inquired young Mr. Held, with a smile. Ills sister In-law tossed a look of ex asperation across the table, 'llarry," Bhe demanded, "can't you talk of any thing else when you come, except these abominable flats? I tell you, again and again, 1 have nothing In common with any of the people In them." '"Excuse me," persisted the meek voice, "but I'm poHlllve you have one ihlng In common." "The back yard!" came an explo sion of unspeakable scorn. "No, Alice, no," there was reproach 1 ' tho tone, "I wasn't thinking of the l.'ick yard, this time. I was thinking of cats." "Cats! Why, Harry Field, you Know I haven't even tho ghost of a cat, let alons cats. Imagine! Cats in a flat of six rooms!" "May I?" Harry reached an apolo getic hand toward the salad fork. "You do make uncommonly fine shrimp," he smiled, over an abundaut help...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 29 March 1912

fV. f TTr-tJ 71- r?-rks f the pcrcek TnOCIEDElGS Of tec: :r;s were c-kri pk-cek rfirr-. t jmw IpoeX-"-! ?re-s eccrrM;-?-; ti Uil .V.Ucu.i - ' - JL r.OTW, .,;-r, c.-.yth? rcir-- rr.ts r'J Mirf "trv:f.-', m-:. rr.u rnu'i'o istit. j-i:;t:.(:r literature ajimst .title Oly tl Car tkr-ards. ,r, vri 'S "ri",: F i:i';n cf th-? :!::y t?1 Ui 2Cch and Spfe r.-etU ar,3; T4""i?rT- " p AS scrts cf ,cwo rrrelA, jNcrstil .tC i Sprlix. t3 ; S t.r . . ...-.... S j . --.J, m ic-n rr-.--tJc.-i tf Mr. Mec.-rr. at V II. l:fn,nr.-M. S-a-'r ' - - ' tih 2--t.v5TJ t.: K.!;ry tys tt -jt--- Cr:?.-t. !th.e g-iTerrr?rt ATI scrts of- JAT1QUAL GAOII crs are na.de of ;t ere: c: :-Ir. "'.cc.-rr. at TSXJTiOAT. RAr3 17. Mil ! Mil-it & I-"dTr2vrfe str-tA. : On r7tkn cf i!r. Wilr,. lie; i fiiiJ rratk-n cf a tore;! list! The G: : .! k r.vt in. re-; ra... f. - r - - j ; i CT'. "ti. -i;.'ts "w-o ria.. tcn xUi t I:o v-,;r:. srartwi ttan th- L r. :te-i ; ;,t7.. i"" Crk trti ar,i if afUr sail . . , . ...i r.rtxe rrce-;-.;...

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. — 29 March 1912

1 1 Czpo Leeds I 1 Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Langsdon of Rosaville, Illinois, have been pleasant guests at the home of Mrs. J. G. Sarius, Mrs. Langs don's daughter, several days this week. They will return home Sunday. W. II. Miller, president of the Southoast Missouri Trust Co., president of Cape County Sav ings bank at Jackson and a di rector in the Sturdivant bank, has been invited to address the meeting of the Missouri Bankers' association at Joplin, May 21 and 23. Vincent Dunker, the progres sive Broadway photographer and artist, spent several days in St. Louis this week visiting the various photographic gallerys and incidently to attend a meet ing of the Eastman School of Photography, of which Mr. Dunker has given a close study. lie will add several attractive displays to his window soon, and the public should see them for the latest photo novelties and modern standard scientific work. DiYCSCE IN ANCIENT KQfJSE. tn Wamtn Had Eight Muibandi In Five Years. "We are assured ly SpwV M!Tx ...

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. — 29 March 1912

- ,t , ,t M SERIA Q. STORY Q; ; ,j A ROMANCE it Jo.erh Vance tSvoyyrUut. lyio. 1" LQ'S Joseph V anca.) SYNOPSIS. Cnmt Oeat. e yrnnjr n-an of New 'mK CMy, meets IMiiKlrt Blarkntrvk, who Imltia Mm to a runl party. Ha accepts, ailtixHKh tie dinlikea HlHckntoi-k. the ra Son t ir that liotn am In love with Knlli- rin trttaxter. Count full t' conv'nrrt Iter alwtt filaokatoca Is imworthy of her fri.TfKh'p. At tin t:irty mli two siamon1 Uunrlns unci Van Tuyl. There. Iff at OHHirt'l. SUt'l Hllli'katork ahonta 'Hn V-Jivl (lead. CoflHt alnlRICloS to WrOflt tha Kwapon from Men, thu.i the pollen lt--v-r t hno. runm la an-eMed for rmiro'T. He im convicted, tuit an ho heirin" tilii sen tence. Tiin'l' namea HlrtckHtock as tho SimrnVrer anil kill lilmaelf. Coaat ho conirn frre. but Hlnckatot-k has married rtiHNCi a yai ht and whit sailing aeea man thrown from a distant boat. CHAPTER V. Sunlight and Bhadow playing In wlft alternation upon his face, as the Echo courtosled to the morning trcr,e. Coast ...

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. — 29 March 1912

FARM AND BIG STONE BOAT AND WAGON Excellent nd Convenient Arrange ment of Montana Man for Clear ing Hit Farm Land. Thero aro a good many Htonrs oil my fiirni, 11.11 d it is of'.cn ncKs;iry ia clearing tho land to haul Micro Mopes a ronnlleriitlo dlnlnncr, writes (!co. Parks cf Montana hi tlio Farm mid Homo. I have a large Htouo boat, that Roller on tho Rear Bolater. Is good for hauling stones a short distance, but It Ib ruiher clumsy nnrt bard to get around when I take It from the buildings to the other uido of the farm. In order to save tho drugging of this boat long distances I arranged my low wheeled wagon no that I could put tho Btono boat on In iilace of the wagon box. This makes It convenient to transport tho boat from one part of the farm to tho other, and it also makes a good wagon for hauling ttones long distances. I am often required to load this boat alone, so I arranged a roller on the back bolster, so that when I lift the front end of the boat onto this it is easily pus...

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. — 29 March 1912

j ! 1 ; ! 1 i I i v IKE CfcMELl 8 r: villi I Jcclisoa News, C 4r C t . J?. N. Sawyer received a tele Rtjim from Probate Judge Tern pleton'of Greenville, Mo.f to the effect that Mrs. S. P. Anderson of that place was killed Tues ffftr fifternotvn, the 26th. It is imported that Mrs. Anderson met dexth while stepping from a train. She was a sister of Mrs. Willis Sides and sister-in-law of Mrs. Alex. Walker of the Lee man neighborhood. Sanch An derson, husband of Mrs. Ander son, moved to Wayne from this county about twenty years ago, and will be remembered by fiomeofour older citizens. Charles Brown died at the res n VV Vinvard Sutur- day March 23rd, in iiis 3Tth year. He was born in the state ' of Mississippi January .23, 1326. and when quite a boy came to iiimAia with his narents. He s;pent most of his Lie on. tne and was a well know:: river j.team boat man. The remains, accompanied by Mrs. Vinyard and son Robert, were taken to Oklahoma for burial. Ayoangsonof Alex llenctiix Was taken ...

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. — 5 April 1912

iiaU Formal Scroll Jul 2h . f (f M I T xi r b- 1 T J M .0 xA IS II f 3 1 ML I 5 J 1 A i I ..1 f- o t.a twj&J THE PECPLE'S PAPER "ALL THE HEWS THAT'S FIT TO FRINT" SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, $1.00 A YEAR. Kt ASYAriSI . . No-4 Vol. XIV Cape Girardeau, Missouri, Friday, April 5, 1912 PROGRAM Gape County High School Meet at the Jackson High School Auditorium April 12-13. FRIDAY 10 A. M. Recitation Contest. Welcome. "Pretty Primrose Flower." Chorus II igh School Girls. , "The Swan Song"-CIeo Mor gan. ' 'Two Grey Wolves" Vernette Murchinson. "Annie Laurie" Var (Law rence) Edna Langehennig. "Jamie" Helen Oliver. "Laddie" Ruby Meyer. "Boating Song" Third Grade Boys. "One Niche the Highest" Louise English. "When Ignorance Is Bliss" Elsie Miller. , 'Night Run of the Overland" Hazel Nevins. Constantinople.' Crown of Triumph. Duets Edna Langhennig and Mrs. Helmkampf. FRIDAY-1:30 P. M. Graduating Exercises. Sailing. (Chorus). 7th and Sth grades. "Significance of Rural High Schools." (Essay) Martin ...

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. — 5 April 1912

C:;2 Ccunty ilcraU Hrr'd Pi,-ii:vnj C. CAPE GiP.AKDEAU Why dtxna't 3 Ice C3" Tter aeefvui to be to k.'cd of lnwecl towi-r tot 1 fstal to humbuga. Th forty Immortals have till back tolo cbsr-urt'T. and all la forgiven. Thre rr bfor was t'rj whea the world had o natty ex poienUUe. Tta jH-arfc crop prosixcs to be fc'S enough for cholera mori pwr- Other aeeds may be fc!br thl Tear, but seeds of kindness win cost bo reore. What a pity that tbe average wn hu no place to store away Ice lor testy Jar! A 37-pound lobster has been caught ; at Atlantic C.;y. It col .ccoa- pstclcd by a chorea g'.rL j J It was with difficulty that Le I Michigan wax kept from freezicg from shore to shore this winter. Somebody has said "we are what w ai." IV e doU It especially when we eat boile'' cattage and turnipa- Doctors saved the life cf a New York man. whose neck w.-.s broken But be will alii fcavc to live In New York. China Invented fireworks a good many hundred years before It bad an lndcptcdcnce day to x...

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. — 5 April 1912

f "W 1 I I J 1 It j. STORY gy mo man Land A ROMANCE By Louis Joxtph Vance l!!iiibration Ijr Ray Walters !CoW(tuljtt luio, by Luaiu jixepb Vuc.) 8YN0PSI3. Ottrrolt r'ntist, a younir man of Nw Tork ity, iniioln HoiikI'i MckHtock, who Invltr?; i,i,n t,, (1 card party. Hu fterpplH, alt Imuirti he dlnllkfm T!inrkto k, lh nn (fm h nor licit lifch urn In lovo with Kath erlnw Th.Txtrr. f'oiuit fall to ronvlm-e her that rWacketock In unworthy of )it tfritinitMhlp. At tho party Cnast lil"tH two Tiamril ltimitus nriff Van Tuyl. There l a (jiinrri I, and rtlurkiHock shootH V.in Tuvl ilcuO. t'onHt atroKli to wr'M the w'ipoti from Mm, thu th polic rhu oitvor thri'i. CoaHt. In arrpHtiil for munltir. )Io Ik ranvlctrrt, but an ho beijtn his n ler.ce, lumt.-iA narniis nincMtock as the niinterer ami kills himself, fount h coiiipm free, hut LUackstnck has married Kathirlnn Tlmxtex and find. I'oast pur nh&am a yacht and while nailing ""en a foan thrown from a distant hoat. 1i r -ouoa tti fellow who ...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 5 April 1912

"2 C (ic-xei'y tke JfJt r.iV.&f'i tr? Friday tr J ', c;:::ali rrsusRno coxpaxt. I'.ifTed r!as o,alt'r at! I3se rwt oT.r t Cap i!'."J-'i. Mo. ! oder the aft of March 3. i,9. jaf,5';e$ ce.ntists. Tfc Ve flateral Weapons In fe'iOyi? OF PEOPLE TO HE SAYS ROOSEVELT- :tht lb rorimiJt'i fo'icy tosrarf , trm-e ba4 not bn euccessfuL by : eyln: "A Xew York hn.ier. a friend of ' Ei'.D. told tin the other day that the .only difference la purchasing Rtand arc OU Block now and purchasing 1 fcfore the d folu'lon Is that tbn pot on, slip of paper, and now IS VITAL ISSUE WHICH FUNDA- ENTALLY AFFECTS OUR WHOLE AMERICAN LIFE. "The bit; co-porr.tlons can be forced by a, commission to act fairly towards Tiii.e In -n form or ether, ti-ns political privilege, o:ne rs financial privilege, often a mlx--e of both. Wbenerer there In tyranny ty the ! '.kirity I ahull orlain!y 8eVt it. B.jt ! 1 tyrannies from vbich we have j suffering in tfcia country hare i aitety-nioe tiroes cut of a hundred ! get an enve...

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. — 5 April 1912

ClMGUPlll. COL ROOSEVELT Taft Trying to Have Supreme Caurt Decision Recalled. CHIEF JUSTICE WITH HIM Mimeagraph C Glvtt Special Point . to Columbus 6pch Adminfatra 1 (Ion Want Congrcts to Over throw Court's Action. Ob February 21 Colonel Ilnotevelt delivered before the ronntltuUcmnl convention of Ohio an oration on "A Charter of IVmocrary," In whlrh h (ipiKxmrcd the dnclrlnn of the Infalli bility of the courts ns a urave Intr.r tmmikrlnK American tnntlttitlons, and ad'.icatpil a simplified nn'thoil for the rernll of rourt fifTlMon by the pan pie. At nitre he Tva fttunllnl by thr rrpr scrijntlrps of ng IlimlnpFs and of Monopoly an un advocate of virtual anan liy nnil a livlnx lliK .il nc:n!t;Sf tlio nf'ly of property. Cf courae, at tlio ttmp ho was npcalt in; more iitrtlciilnvly of tti courts, hut ri Ipss than throe wpufcs o Mnrili II, to he pv.vt th Snprntnit Court of the Vnilnl Ktatrs liauilwrl down a decision, coupled with the dis tant of three members. Including that of thp chief...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 5 April 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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