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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 14 June 1912

, ll . , (TOljOGRESS of theWOtij FOR THE "TIMID SELDOM WIN" Young Man Who Would Succeed Should Beware of an Ex cess of Diffidence. CONSIDER WELL, THEN ACT Experience Which a New York Mer chant Prince Telle About Is an Ex cellent Case In Point Meant Wasted Tim That Wat Hard to Recover. One of the most successful yet mod est men. of New York city, bo modest ttuit his name seldom appears In print, was recently conversing with his as sistants regarding his experiences In life. He was la a renilnlBcent mood snd took them hack to hla school days, telling them that the one sen tence In his reading hook which had most to do with his life was, "Nothing venture, nothing have," an adage with which almost every one la familiar. He said that this adnge was at first not appreciated, but, after a bittor ex perience and disappointment, the full force of Its meaning appealed to him. He told the following story: "Sometime after I left school I found myself compelled to earn my own living. I wanted to...

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. — 14 June 1912

i Mi4 9 ft 1! 4 ' R. ' . .. ... i. I 1. t. . ' ft l"t IF t K:v Miy field went to St. I.uii !.-. IVi.'.v. The work of ovcrhr.ulin.a: Cher ry vli cot began Monday. Ctv.s. Kiehne of Gordonvillo vas i:i the city Monday. Mi.--3 Edith Browning left Morally for a visit in Illinois. June 23rd will be Children's I.) ay at the Methodist church. II. H, ITinton, merchant of Aiienvilie, was in Jackson Mon day.. Judge and Mrs. Ren Davis of Cat if were Jackson visitors Sun day. Attorney Chandler of Marble Hill was a Jackson visitor Sat urday. I i-. Shelton of Cane Girardeau had business in the probate court Monday. Guotav Pcnzcl has completed the skyward addition to his residence. Miss Bessie Taylor spent Sat urday and Sunday with friends in Oak Ridge. Superintendent McDonald gave examinations to 134 teachers last Friday and Saturday. San Wallace spent Saturday and Sunday with home folks, returning to New Madrid Mon day. Assistant Attorney R. M. Saw yer tried a case at Arbor on Thursday and one at...

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. — 21 June 1912

f r i t r-n - 1 i l ; '..1 ( V 4 . VI "Y V 'I 1 V 4 ,,4 O THE PERU'S PAPER "ALL THE HtWS THAT'S l)T TO PRINT" Vol. XIV LOCAL miD GEEEBAL Miss Flora Machen returned on the Cape from St. Louis Tuesday. Miss Vesta Bowman left Tties to visit her sister in Dallas, Texas. Constable D. M. Scivally has commenced his campaign for the second term. Mrs. T. II. Smith and daugh ter have returned from a visit in New Albany, Ind. Mrs. R. 15. Oliver returned Sunday from a visit of several days in St. Louis. Miss Elizabeth Deuel, of Mill brook, N. J., is the guest of Mrs. II. J. Mueller hera. Miss Jane Howarth of the Nor mal has gone to St. Thomas, Ontario, for the summer. Miss Lorena Ferguson of Caruthersville has been visiting the family of D. G. Heard. Otto Vogt has been in St. Louis this week buying supplies for a new barber shop on Broadway. Mrs. A. F. Rust and her two children, of Cairo, have been visiting Mrs. R. F. Wichterich this week. In charge of Mrs. Hough, R. C. Hough of the Herald forc...

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. — 21 June 1912

C:;: Cc-ly Co. ir; cld ea:ley rK$ Was 8rei to loo G.es'e iny:- to f. Hi";3 Of CCfn'o1. r ':. when rthx.'afc's irr fcsr.r'd !r the Oil Pafy la U-fidoa. l.d crtiia c.'f ?cn,ary se.---,c'. Tia -vrr..r of NtJT.i''. for S-.6f.-. lys gave a t-trikkfdsl to Cos frl'Tids he bud Invited see the i.:.T":-f. a-i If eve-r;fcra curled kt?s-y t'?i foTtiied the prla-.-'jil eieii. althfl-jgh, aft Jcha Hol- I'rp-head ted related., nearly etry t CJ.8 WS oll'ged to li"o II gUS Cf t'un.fy first Another function described !a "Lon don ta tie Eistin" tu the reception I Id afterward ty tfca tangtr.aa at the Crna Draxon, Jn Fleet street wrre te trv-k refreshment v,-',th t! admirers ana sold the fatal rope t tbe ran cf i'irw per loch. I lie g-.-oJ od tlttHHi nearly every tir',n'zii who was execute! waa cred it,! wlti a con'p!ca artd "last dy Irs worda." whether h tttered tfcra -r cot According to C&se and Com ment tt wre printed In thoir-aands fcr :. CatEaeh of S-cveti Frfals. And cme:.'Trr aa offender -wa...

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. — 21 June 1912

iNBUSji&rra MAKING CITIES OF CONCRETE EXPERIMENTS WITH V.'tKIDERFUL NEW EXflOSIVE and r, "V-'-v- ' - v.. CALCIMINE BRUSH IS UNIQUE Serin of 6mall Brushes Bound To Of ther Found Advantageque Wher Much Surface Required. Tor cfilclmlnliis a brush with a great deal of Burfnre Is required and the Ohio ninn who designed that shown here bim'ihb to liave been suc cessful In getting what was needed. A bjocfc with a Heiies of longitudinal furrows cut nlong its under surface linn a handle at tho top. Into each of these furtows fits tho top of a thin, if i ,i J II I Novel Calcimine Brush. fiat brush and across each end of the roup of brushes thus assembled there Is a separate flat brush. Alter all these brushes have been fit into tho block a band is made fast around tho whole collection, thus forming one huge square brush that will hold about, a pint of calcimine at a dip and will coat a larger surface at one dip than tho ordinary brush, thus ex pediting the work by a saving of both time an...

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. — 21 June 1912

4 1 f ft- ! 1 ! '. ' -':':-T ?"? TbryCs. TUt '.!'-T tie c; Vs: C.'-i- A jr.:r;r I: fy cr'rstive ir a I c: ruf rt ! T;r tr ;1 'well-knc-.-n icv ji j-xo fatten rw.tly tael to r.OT.jThe Ilsrt-.tl very in.cr?s'.i:.;;lyf.f her ;.rk. ar-i thrr-c seme light - - '.' the e'ea-s-ir industry tht re veal ;-d prc?.?cs sr. J ir.;rr;die-r.t3 hi;horr: ckr::wn t r.-.-:y cf us .?!!cC:i:;t revival cc- d st fiktrtM by Evaa-ireli.-ts I.Jrke arid H--.b-s cls-j-J !.'-t wek tflrr a?iir.? 230 c: verts to the church . membership of tire town. The $rxJ resets! CI Cercril I: :.c b dy cf x very :re:L ettjII Lab 3". was found in a fruit jar durrr.sl '.J. r at : : and which c arret fail to ft the juicy lite the rs-;io3 for jand coarse -.tai vuii rii .r ; r.eSS f hef.Vrlf a.1-3 iy....-f erative jby a chute where loose dry i ''"J, i-.,r s - i tobacco 13 con star.tly and rapid- hi:m:y J. f niNKO! r U4 ether hard objects tha cf such n riffttrg. cf course, are r, t ccr.fled to any ere church; a'l uho will ray her.cfii...

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. — 21 June 1912

Amazon Corps 'of Cimia The Chinese Amazon Corpe, styled In their Chinese nam The Heroine of the Red Powder," took an aetiva part In tha ravolution which haa resulted In tha establishment of tht republic. These Ameiona ara ladies, mostly etu. dente, of good family. ZEBRA-DONKEY A SUCCESS DEATH HARVEST OF JUNGLE Tha creation of a new type la al ways Interesting; the effort ot the gov. eroment to breed a zebra-donkey, or a zebra-horse In particularly no Blnce they already appear measurably auc cessful. The animal brooders of tha department of agriculture were Im pressed some years ago with tha splendid conformation, large elite and great beauty of the big Orevy aebra which waa presented to President Roosevelt by King Menellk of Abys lnia, and which found a home at the National Zoological park at Washing ton. The sebra was bred to donkeys and the resulting hybrids are appar ently great successes, a half dozen colU and fillies now poking their noses over the fences at visitors to the zoo...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 21 June 1912

f " K " l -m k U it i i.. GTOT i!o Man g if r j I A ROMANCE I I By Lams Joseph Vance ;on ly Ray Waltcre iuiJiifchi, I'jio, by i-om& Joropu Vnce. 10 6YN0PSI3. Or.rrrit Const. a yoiinq rnnn of Nf "York dr y. mints l).it:Ka Kla. K st.ic It. wlin 1nvi! g him to a cu d party I la ni'iriit . aittiio.. i, ii Linrk stock . tlit1 rfn- nn In m.j; thMl t'ulll r III luvti Willi Klilh erlne ThaxliT. Const fulls to convlnro hi-r tltMt t'.'Hi-UrtidcU (m iitiv-orll'V of Iht fr'i'm!mi!p. At the j-arfv Co'it in-- l two tiuniri I'limbm b n1 Vim Tuvl. Tlicr" l K our.rrol. nmi Hi.irkMork almoin V.in Tliyl cloail. Const amim,-l'S to wrr-gt I lie wrnpon from him, thus tlio pollro n covor thorn. Const Is iirri'slnl fur imircW. lln Is ocnvlrt;d, tmt ns li bruins his mn nr, tiunlii rmmrH rtlai'.o-lc ns the uiiinUrer un.l kiiix lilmelt. Count b romji free, hut Itlank ntn k h.iH nmrrb'd Katherlne Thnxti'r and fl d. Coast rnir-rhur.-H a vacht and whlln palling a man thrown from a distant boat. He rm "" the ...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 21 June 1912

n P1 A "P ? -7 AND GARDEN . TRAIN TOMATOES JO STAKES Secret of Growing First Class Crop Explained 8olect Good Ground and Use Fertilizer. The secret of grow Ins first cIhsb tomatoes muy bo explained In a few words. This method of cultivating to jnntoes does nwny vUh all tho un certainties and assures a good crop, writes C. V. Mowesley In the Farm jd Home. Select a good piece ot fa Tomatoes Trained to Stakes. ground and use plenty of fertilizer. Plow or spade deep and when ready to set out tho plants mark off In rows two feet one way and four feet the other. After the ground is marked off, Bet stakes or nmull poles not lots than five feet hiyh for each plant. ' In choosing the plants do not se lect tree tomatoes, ns they aro not prolific, but pick out Eome good, fmooth, meaty variety. Set tho plant cn the Kouth eldo of the stake, about four Inches from It, and train same to Ftalie ns It grows, tying with binder twine or cloth strings, which are pre ferable. Many times whrn the vines a...

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. — 21 June 1912

J v. u, J t i t t 6 OK J. II. Howard made P. blli i;y. Inesstripto AHcnviile Tucs- W. II. StubblefielJ and son Bland were Jackson visitors Sat urday. Ca ndcn Ilorrell came up from Nevv Madrid Monday for a visit it!) friends. Mrs. Charles Behrensf. who has bvrr. iii for several weeks, is re icirt :i no better. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Miller of Alvin Penzrl Sunday. Wilfred lluckstep and mother. Holster, Mo., have been visiting at ti e home of Fred Kurre. Il'.rner Williams returned Ttii-.-lay from the agricultural ci I't je at Ann Arbor, Mich. Squire Henry V. Hahs and M. I.. Morton, of Daisy, trans acted business here Saturday. William Bingenheimer bought 49. ' acres of land from J. W. Hurler, paying $100 per acre. County Recorder Sierners is the owner ot a new t ord car, which he received Wednesday, Fred Fassold was in Jackson Saturday on his way home from visiting friends in Gordonville. ijr. acottoi Liouis, who is field manager of the "Stockman", was in Jackson Thursday and Friday. Hiram...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 28 June 1912

r dtnte 'onn;i! Lvlicol Jui Z' 11 3 f - 9 -i r'HTi'i cr" tf f ! 4 I 1 f i 1 -1 t 1 . 6 v M A a..,, as?;'-J 1 M f i awawEij . .a a. a ....jW ... t, THE PfCPLE'S PAPES "all the news that uriT to print- SUSSCSIPTiCM PTJCE, S1.C3 A TE41, IN ASVA""l Vol. XIV Cape Girardeau, MilTouri,TrTday. June 2&792 No. 20 LOOM, nno GEuSnm R. G. Whitelaw returned Mon day from a trip to St. Louis. The Ilouck motor car i3 now in service again. Miss Nannie Judcn is home from Colorado for the summer. Harold Stubblefield returned Tuesday from a St. Louis trip. Mrs. Robert Irvin has been visiting a sister in Neely's Land ing this week. Joe Becker of Gordonville visit ed his brother, Oscar Decker, here Monday. Miss Bessie Jone3 of St. Louis is visiting her grandmother, Mrs. Katherine Jones. Mrs. W. II. Goddard, of Car bondale, 111., arrived Sunday to visit her- sister, Mrs. 0. G. Peeler. G. T. Heise moved to town Monday from Route 3 and is now at home street. at WM South Pacific Miss Nina Clark spent a fe...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 28 June 1912

i Cr. TV T .- t- T ) ; Cr. u : ; - ' t :' K it-' r to tie rw :-.l creel F.t't a? t- jc f-;t t cat bo ! .-r fcur tr.tr:. . tt.-: .Ji 51 wen TV S'-f'rs v"'"-- "":''a h'?-d ! b-? c ;r!ie to s.-;ccef-2 ai. giieT : , A NTrver'ii cTaitr.a t-t 6 -- f wjr.tM a boat thst3 boat rxlw j Acst a.l.Vi. ! Ar.'' " r- ? of a :',; de-f It'.'" tO Tfjfe t.T 'i'i'-'-jl - - I ! fc-r Cft fc-t rrea re' to tx r- i o r.-r.'.3 tr A frrjr far;!- ! p-'--J're. Cf cc;.'-te ttr ! tr.nch t t-e !! ; ' a-n-! r','!!:u'.oi:s'.y yre'ty for wtdow Abc-t this tts: ? Tr lockout fr t w!.h a grown up daH?V.r. She a rp:Tt that yenr fiTcrite tii teaa , (nt.j , friroSous, rather ae'S.-h pr !a tfSrjo-! xci is!TT cf cn;s'.- g7u. fc;;t r.h.il o ctarrr.!c In ber t sIf-lr.tert that oa ccuM not le n- E?gs are cr.!y f t cent a doin la ! ,trSy Texej ter. Tb! u the r'n in nnf that ac'ir.g thr ! ,-r,r,. .i, .v v, 4 jr.r her dauehtf to rzgxrZei as a dgradlcg occopatloo. f(fiit to sp-i the witter with the Rtd- die In Montana Mr Carson had ti...

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. — 28 June 1912

Bar J ? SERIAL V ( STORY iCuvjriKbl, luio, br i.ouit JoMvb Vaaca.) SYNOPSIS. Gnrrtt Coaat, ymmt mnn of !Sw York City, mec-ta IioikIh lilac lotork, who IiivIImi liliu to a card tvurtv. H rm'-iI. altlKniRh bti dlcllkna Hliirkntotk. tbi ra n bInK that both r In love with Kath arine Tinnier. Count fall to run vine hot that tlackatock la unworthy of hfr frlcnilKlilp. At tha party Coant nx"1 two maiiird Oiindaa ami Vnn Tuyl. Thcr la a 'inarral and lilackatnrk Illinois Van :'uyl dad. Coast elruKW-a to wrat tha weapon from him. thus thn police dis cover thm. Coaat la arreatad for murder. Ha la oonvlrlad. hot na ha hi'Klns hla tenre. lunulas nntnea llluckatoek n the murderer and kllla hlms.ilf. Coa.it he. cornea free, hut !ilarkato"k hsu married Kutherlne Thuxter nnd llrd. Const pur chanea a ym lit and while anlllng- aeea a Jiiiin thrown from a dlatant boat. He reg ' the fellow who is nnmed AppUyard. They arrive at a lonely laliind. known as No Man'a Land. Coaat start out to ex plore the ila...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 28 June 1912

' - J - ? i i ... : ... . . -. - Vto tV linit &r..l kuir.g ccr chiT- Bdievc? id rair.tcr.?.nc9 of cf c. a. no ioriM . PJ.tor. i ia 'tyints rjvv nr. 1 a revival the ncrchnnt marine. (What is an "adequate" navyt) 5 IMieve that federal govern- irt control Flslpre.1 second !ss rwattcr C' pr t cT..? t ('? Girardeau, Ma u-.;',t tl. m cf 5T.rc tt 3. help ! ment should .??ume i t;0f Mississippi river and 1 prevent f.ood disasters, i (Hurrah! Put what about the , - . . . t 1?) ANriOrNCLMnVrS. j Favcr3 reclamation of arid I . ! lands and the improvement cf The ih "iK.'.'lHe tl riviu.ty t "'cis. ' i 3!:'l:n h'f-d to 1411 r..-.i,vinsr csnv?;-5tc f..r' rivers and harbors 1 net to t! evti.'i v-I IV, e Kcp.-.ih'ier.n rrrajrjf Atv;i ' i pa i.4j;d;.?3 ct Kocseve.L The Is'. Republican Conven tion furnuhes history with an other instance of the rejection of tha erstwhile here. Eight years aro a similar convention had nominated with great en thusiasm the man that th Chi cago Convention has just reje...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 28 June 1912

rrrrr) 73 rrg) (ch- ; rrr JEIEEIFI -ARM- EEEB F-'l F-ZE3 rry Three Things You Shouldn't Overlook. 1 iri -1 1 d r3 There are quite a number of things about the HERALD Printing plant that you shouldn't overlook. Among them, in addition to the above, is convenience to the city's business section a handi ness that might save many steps some times. The high quality of our service is impressing itself on all who have patro- i nized us; it is the product of good new type and plenty of it, good paper, good ink, and good workmen, backed by a strong desire to please. The Herald plant is manned by sober and industrious workers with ambitions. They need your patronage and you need them in your community. Come around you will be welcome. WELL GET YOr YET. WHY SOT S()().' THE HERALD HIGH-GRADE PRINTERS 112 Themis Street. & FINE QUALITY AND QUICK SERVICE Is The At? Jh ii Vim Basis of Our Claim Your Consideration. ej 13 r3 : 1 f 1 w j1 fil rn Upon l!l 11 li n El r.!t.f.!0P.AL TO APPLE TRIE jfrc...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 28 June 1912

lii hW 11L1 11 'SuWWEtmrj) GOOD THINGS FOR HUSBAND'S CRONIES. By Martha McCulloch William. Man's part at borne ta to endure ell Ihlngs Bad eat All things, smiling as Klitmgh he liked It all, whatever the lct In the cane my be. And most snen. I believe, nobly fill the part. Therefore, It Beems to me fitting that vry once In a while they should be C'vee, by way ot reward, a supremely .masculine evening, whereat It Is un derstood that woman's part Is to tand In wait and supply the good things to eat. good thlng3 that have iliem cooked to perfection In paper lass. Aa to the nature of the evening, let the man himself decide. Many things heretofore described ta this column suit such festive occa sions. Savory mouthfula, hot chicken lilscuits, hot oyster sandwiches, paper Siagged oysters either In shells after Boyer'c recipe, or cooked In quantity With butter, cream and lemon juice and their own liquor added later they all will satisfy hungry souls and . nbet the palate for things potable,...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 28 June 1912

I 11 CIVIL WAR FIFTY YEARS AGO Tins WEEK June 10, 1862. The Seward Lyona treaty for the eupprcrslon of the African slave trade w officially proniulK-tted. It la to remain lu full force tor a period of ten year. Instructions for the ships of the United States and TirltlKh navies and regulations for the mixed courts of Justtco accompanied the publica tion. The echooner Julia ruptured at Iiarntarln, I-a., by Master's Mate John II. Gregory, wttij a crew of twelve men from the Vol ted States gunboat Klttatlnny. A light took place on James Inland, B. C, between a body of Union troops mid a large force of Confederates. It was hotly contested for more than two hours, and ended In tho discom fiture of the Confederates, who were outnumbered. The Union army under General Fre mont reached Fort Hepublic, Va., the sceno of the stRiid mado by General Jackson the clay before. The Confederates In front of the Union lines nt Savage's Station, Chlckuhominy Swamp, Va., kept up a bombardment, without ef...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 28 June 1912

')' V t . I-'iT;-; Williamiwi is visiting fri"?!!a ben August Vnsel oT Now Wells wn here Monday. Will Goekcl of Cape Girardeau was here Monday. Andrew Caldwell went to Fop hr riutT Friday to play ball. Cms 3 Hope, a prominent farm er of Pocahontas, was in the city Tt;es lay. Daniel K. Cartels of White water had business in Jackson las t week. The farmers are busy cutting wheat: reports are that the crop will be light. Sam Loil was in St. Louis the firs-t of the week. Ciaus Kerstner of Gordonville, candidate for county treasurer, in the city the first of the week. Extensive preparations are be ins made to have a big eelebra tior here during Home-coming, in August. The work of repairing the old Methodist church here- is being pushed. Mr. Houck now owns this building. The Methodist "Joy Club" will meet this afternoon at the home of its president, Mrs. J. F. Mc Lain, in West Jackson. Martin Wagner is just begin ning work on a modern residence two blocks east of the court house. Linus Pe...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 5 July 1912

m 1 2 r""'- A r J 1 J 1 - M . m li f I ( f sr. it . . t j 3 ft A C.JSWLC. e . .J . . ZXmZ PS'tt, S1.C3 A TEAS, St KStXZX THE PEGPU'S PAPER "ALL TB'i ! THAT'S TIT TO PRINT" Vol. XIV Capo Girardeau, Missouri, Friday, July 5, 1912 No. 27 3 LOCAL AI10 GBIEOAL Mrs. Ned Mathews of Sikeston is visiting in the Cape. Tony Haas had Chaffee Wednesday. bu sines in Mrs. M. D. Wilson is spending the week at Morehouse with relatives. Mrs. Lester McDonald return ed Wednesday from an extended visit with relatives at Clarkton. Ralph Armentrout of indulged in the many ments here the fourth. Gideon amuse- R. B. Oliver had St. Louis this week, business in Chick Snerley was called to Illinois Monday, on account of the serious illness of his father. After a months visit fornia, N. II. Huters home Sunday. in Cali-returned Mrs. George Cross of Dexter spent several days with J. M. Shy and family this week. J. A. Horrell, who has for several week been a Cape visitor, left Tuesday for his home in California. R...

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. — 5 July 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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