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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 5 July 1912

v ? i s 1 1 . i j ; ki i 7l ma VVXXVlJLJLV. An Independence Or II, In the brond driveway, wad trying to train hi8 docilo little Shet land pony Into a war-horse; and It. was hi efforts In this direction hlch first alttHf tod .Turk, and challenged his ad miration, when the boy In tho velvet ult Bat erect In hU saddle, and re fuscd to be tossed off Into the grans by the pony, which did not second the delre for military tactics displayed by hl young master. It was Jack who spoke first.' "ti'ee. boy? but you've Kot tho grit, ! you do wear dtido clothes," he caFl inI out admiringly. "My r.ame Is Ocll," the young rider replied, with a touch cf boylnh dig nity; and then recognizing the spirit of the boy who had spoken to him, he replied sb heartily, beard a boy p ho w as passing call you Jack. Iv'ouhiu't you like to come In and see my pony? You can mount him too, Jf yon would like It." And be jumied lightly to the ground, making his Invitation a real one. Jack's eyes sparkled. "I never thou...

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. — 5 July 1912

IT? I 5 I'. !Un jr Vy tip t :!riM r. ;y c r. sor.-I I. "'!'' r M 7 e si ( G!-rrtir ri, Vo r tie act tf V;,rtl 3. ANNOUNCEMENTS. ir.ue tl-e V.:owi'.; cam! Mate f-r ihyct to tl.e ''t;-n f 'rarjr Avpi.-t f; -:ti?c-'l f.r 1 crnf.rr::'.! cur. 1 sve p-rcvalcd in Amen- -1 f :-r objt ctr.? objects on the j ground that M. L Haurt the prr-' iding ju.Ige is fn interested i ratty and canne-t act in this i i --.Mr - ! A ceo u n 1 5 p-r e so n t ed t:: ruT r; ike cart r.ziii allowed Kf;i;MiAi;i (.cki:l. HKNIlY Z. LIU'S KOI'F J A MT,? H. LANC.STON. U: can vo'ic;o3 .:r yenr. The rvcrnt sterns have : follows: loft ruin in their waVe. here and! Clara Ilillir.grs fcr care of Shel thrre, 'but jvrhaps the politir;?.! i by Owens $3.00; Allen & Langs-atm'-f here wijl be purer for the ton. for t file in UUh HelJerman next several yers. - Certainly j to hospital 25.27; 'J. II. Langs men capable of thinking have j ton for concrete approaches to been doirg more mental work Rati bridge ? 17.15; H. G. Derop...

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 July 1912

cx rov.xn ci tm ccean 71 Qppnf r? fTrlil AIT FVY 0 l I r-i L; U UJ ! r the herald i1" ti lii HIGH-GRADE PRINTERS 112 Themis Street. J 1 n n n , j J, I"-" -J i m n n J" U FINE QUALITY AND LI U v n n- n ; ! I j U QUICK SERVICE jj U j I T n n, ,n Is The ill sii . L : i M Basis oE Our Claim Upon n jj Your Consideration. j j y pj : ! I I j I'. U L..u.-, - J LJ 111 I li 1 1 fl II ! ! I MY Vs 11. m EEF1F -AN IV .LEGITIMATE PRICES.... Three Things You Shouldn't Overlook 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 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 ne...

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. — 5 July 1912

u.-m M a i i i 1 " 7 r"' " VrV "I X ROMANCE if- t,CkWjri(Ut, Iglrj, by I.ouU Joftjpa Vauoa.) 1 SYNOPSIS. Onrrrtt Const, a yotina; man of New York City, meets TViuirle.a flat knto.-k, who Invitea Itlm tn a card party. Ha accepts, IthoiiKh he d,iins lllnckatnck, the n-a- fn tv'nr ttat Imfh era In love with Kath erlne rl hnur, (ttst fails to convince her Cl.it 1 l:a: c.it 1- ttiTH'y of her -tifr.HAh At tha party Count meets two Harold Dumlaa and Van Tuyl. 'Ihere 1 a quarrel, and Hls.-kaiof-k ahoot Van Tuyl dead. CoaM totnirries to wrest the epo from him, tliim the police 11-eov-r them. Oot la arrested for miirflor, te Is convicted, hot as re. bj1n his sen me. pundna namn Ftlankatock as Mi oim1orer hnil kMa hlmaelf. Count he cnnvea free hut tUaokato-k baa married iiatherlne Thater and fled. Coast pur chases a yacht end while sailing e; a man thrown from a distant boat. He res vwn the fellow who la mimed Appleyard. I'hoy arrive at a lonely laind. known aa No Mni I .end. C'oaat etarta out...

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. — 5 July 1912

I sin ir BUTTERMILK CHEESE IS NEW Great Amount of Waste at Creameries ! WoulJ Furniih Large Supply of j Palatable Food. (Hy J. K (3AM .MLS.) Buttermilk thecno is a new nrndtirt. I obtained by curdling butwrmilk with Lout, draining the curd mid addlnK sfllt. Largo amount.H of buttermilk are wauled every year at croamcrieN. If this wero mode Into buttermilk choose it would furnish a largo pupjily cf palatable food, eijual in food value, Easily Made Drain Rack. pound for pound, to lean beefsteak. It can be sold profitably at half the price of meat. To make buttermilk cheese, the but termilk la curdled by heating to SO degrees, and loft undisturbed for an hour. It is then healed to 130 degrees and, after standing quiet for about an hour, the clear whey la drawn 'off the curd, and the latter is placed on a draining rack, which is covered wlih cheesecloth. Here it remains half a day or over night, until as dry an de tired, when It id salted with one and one-half pounds of salt per hundred...

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. — 5 July 1912

v -ft.- 0 ' 1. i- . and M :t to Ar Iffon 1IHUIV. Cis Covert was a visitor m on bur.aiy, .). (J. Ilt-iabcr went to Louis thb week on business. St. At'.onieys Alexander and Lane wire in Jackson Saturday. Mr. and .Mrs. Roy Moss of Cape Girardeau, visited at Carl Vv'r.llace's Sunday and Monday. A. C. Wallace, Nurseryman of J'oeuhontas, Mo. was visiting in J..hn J. Turner, prominent farmer and business man of Oak Ridgt?, va3 in Jackson Saturday. Robert A. Caldwell, a promi nent farmer of Fruitland, was in Jackson last week. The County Democratic Cen tral meeting, met in Jackson last Saturday. Robert Anderson, of Centralia, 111., is visiting the family of Carl Wallace. Prof. R. E. ersville, had son Saturday. Seitz, of Caruth business in Jack- Sara Wallace came home Mon day to spend a tew days with his family here. He has been in New Madrid for the last few weeks. Miss Anita Venson of Charles ton. Mo., has been visiting Miss Grace Cracraft for several days. L. L. Bowman attended the Democr...

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. — 12 July 1912

3 - "f - i ! (f li k ) . 5 I i i ! t i ,; A . f ; 1 4 .4 . . f" "t (P1 -'Tf'l THE PEOPLE'S PAPER "alithe rt ibat s tit to miht- 'J3ICf,lf TtC1! PSI-f, $1X3 A YEO. 1J ADVA';i Vol. XIV Capo Girardeau, Missouri. Friday. July 12. 1912 "UoTllS LOCAL AHD-GEKERflL W. II. Harrison had business in St. Louis this week. John Ilerbst had business in St. Louis this week. Bland Stubblefield had busi ness in Oran Tuesday. Mr. Smith, operator at the Frisco station, enjoyed a few days stay at Sikeston this week. After a visit with relatives in Fulton, Mrs. J. N. Berry return ed home Monday. Herman Freese of St. Louis spent several days in the Cape this week. Adelia Prow, of Dixon, Ky., is visiting at the home of J. II. Dorris this week. J. G. Heinberg attended ser vices at the Methodist church here Sunday. Urban Rick left Wednesday for an extended visit with his brother, at Crystal City, Tex. Editor Mattox of the Chaffee Signal was a Cape visitor one day this week. The Cemetery Association met Thurs...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 12 July 1912

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Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 12 July 1912

CIVIL WAR FIFTY VEAXLl AGO TTH3 WEEK CT.ZZ. - .-. 4 June 24, 13C2. General Karl Van l)orn of the Con federate army, it Jackson, Miss., Is sued an order assuming the command over tho "Department of Louisiana," avid recommending "that all persona living within eight mlloi of the Mis sissippi river remove thlr families and servants to Ue Interior, as it was thn Intention to defend the department to the last extremity.' I'reBldent Lincoln TlsStcd West Tolnt, N. Y. Captain Jocknick of the Third New York cavalry mado a successful recon. nolssance from Washington, N. C, to Tranter's Creek. MaJ. Gen. J. C. Hlndinan of the Con federate army Issued a proclamation to the people of Arkansas calling ou them to assist him In preventing Gen eral Curtis from Joining the Union fleet on tho Mlsnlsrdppl river. June 25, 1862. General Hooker's division of the Army of tho Potomac, advancing to occupy a new position on the Chick uhoinlny, was attacked at Oak Grove by tho Confederates, who contested tho gr...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 12 July 1912

- ! vru! '. vii! vr ;';! re jet !:-r 1 tit ( )'; " of v ,u li J v r. ;ss in. 3. is;? tie tier ;l u. Miv f th The Herald Is authorized f an-ri'.-.ir,re the follow inn o.nnt ils. o for count v (t':oes, ibjvt t o t In' art i' i f li e Tp!ib;icn primary A 'usi tvr M.i ri'-T: l.KUNIl.MMX.ot KKL.Sr. HKNKY .1. rUINKOl K JAMES II. LAM.STON. 1VM. a. i;ovei;s. For.'iifl;e Common I'Se;. C JOHN A. SMltEi: uit: P'pnr,(h5nr completion r;.r:.-.-,i Canal, tho e.t?il- tihnv..-rt of a burc:vj of r.-Snes, the institution of postal, ravings brinks, the increased provision made in 1U12 for thf o;,re;l and innrm sorters ana sailors oi vne Republic and for their widows, anu tne vigorous aurmnmration cf the laws relating to pure fo"d and drugs, ail mark tho success ful progress cf the Republican administration, and are addi tional evidence of its effective ness Republican National platform. r3i.v- No-.r,. I-rot her farmer, if yoa will take your note-book, enter thi. suggestions, find m-e it ca I ur-e mine,...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 12 July 1912

muz CwicxEn Tii,'i r.c;a i1 m 3C I B Hi Ij I t I li ill -AND .LEGITIMATE PRICES auk- Eu Three Things You Shouldn't Ovcrlool 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 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. WKLL GET YOU YET. WHY XOT SOON.' t ' - .. .. i M M C 1 f M r 1 II I ; 1 Tl rn 1 n n i I ml 11 ! ' j t i n i 1 1 i -A 'HU ' THE HERALD mW li HIGH-GRADE PRINTERS Jjj L 112 Themis Street. Jj I I lli ill n L u i r n i FINE QUALITY AND L LI "V n 1 IN' i QUIC...

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. — 12 July 1912

. It 4 I u, i mini.!. mi m ff 8 riorfratioia fry Eajr We!!er .'J3 SYNOPSIS. nirrert ro', a yunns man (if Mp Tork CHr, mttn To-.isln ltlai'lcatock. who tjivltt ti i in to h (Hid (Mtiy. accepta, MhouKh he dlHlilies IMtiekstock, (tie rea son brlns that both are (n love with Kath r(n T!'..ix!cr. Const fails to convince her hst tiucks'.ork t unworthy of her friendship. At tlii iiitity OoRt meets two Tiamed Dundas anil Van Tuyl. There Is fluarrel and lilarkHtork shoots Van Tuvl dead Coast m monies to wrest the "weapon from him. thus the police dis cover them. Count is arrested for murder. Hp Is mulcted, hut as he heirlns Ms sen. nr, Pundaa names Ilta Unlock as the murderer and kills himself. Coast be. r-omes free but lilackstock has married Katherlne Thaxter and tied. Coaat pur--chaniea a yacht and while sailing Bees a man thrown from a dtMant boat. He res- CU fha fallow ILhn la fwl Anilaunr "Hi ay arrive at a lonely Inland, known as y. man a i,ann. coaul struts out to cit Tlore the place...

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. — 12 July 1912

SSI 11 WKRWBK0K133 r MERITS OF PAPER BAG COOKING REVIEWED. By Martha McCulloch Wllllama. In this final paper on my experi ieucea with M. Soyer'a paper bag eook- t'ry, It may be well to Bum up briefly ta claims and Its performance. In the claims, Item one, economy, pnore than vital In the present Ktate of finance nlph and low. Item two, nutrition; things conked Jn paper bass certainly set bettor upon the stomach and return more trenglh of mind and body than the name things cooked out tilde It, Item three, prevention the preven tion of ptomaine and other obscure poisons, bred betwixt food and air. Not the wiliest mlcrtAio of them all can survive baking In the oven and after the baking the ha-? Is thrown away. Item four, Increase and bettering of flavors, which means Increase and Lettering of food Itself. Item five, the making tender of tough, hence Indigestible fiber, as In round steak, old fowls and such ll'se things. Item six, prevention of smells an advantage so apparent aa, to req...

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. — 12 July 1912

' 9 S ! t f ! I t '. t 1 '' -f ! t i- .t a 4 ; Vil.-:)n V-ryn, of the Cape, visited hi 3 parents hero Sunday. Am.' i'ncy Canithers wa.3 in Ja'.'ksi ,n Saturi'.iy. lYUr Hir.kle of Oak Ridge, in to n Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Alexander pf Fruithnd were Jackson visit- M.K.. Attornev .Mora an of Marble: Hill was in this city Saturday and S-jnday. ; Mr. L. T. Hickman and family j of St. Louis are the guests of Dernhard Cockel Sr. ia this city. Cel. Birmingham left Sunday for Poplar Bluff, after spending a week here visiting frienda. The Westminister Circle met: Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. I John tloffmeister. ! Mrs. Wash Gladish of West Jackson is entertainingthe Meth odist "Joy Club" this afternoon. Marion Martin of Fruitlandj Monday. Sam Vandivort sold his prop erty on Hope street to Alvin Kneibert Prof, and Mrs. George Doyle went to Leemon visiting Tues-. day. ! Jack Smith, a prominent far-i mer of Arbor, was transacting ( business in the city Tuesday. I Judge John A. Snider made ...

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. — 19 July 1912

State Nnrniiil, School Jul 2 11 i A , v '-1 M i i n i h r-; I j J ' ' .... ; IK! PEOPLE S PAPER ALL THE lWR THAT'S TIT TO Ff INT" ju:::rtjPTj:?i raicc, ji.c3 a yeas, m asvacx Vol. XIV Cape Girardeau, Missouri, Friday, July 19, 1912 No. 29 LOCAL AM GEIECAL Sam Vandivort of Jackon had business here Monday. G. II. Robinson visited point3 in Illinois this wcik. Elmer Clifton is spending a few days at Sikeston. County Clerk Goyert had busi ness in the Cape Monday, J. M. Bugg of Vanduzert is visiting at the home of Frank Ilackett. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Mucnch and and children of Kimmswick are visiting Mrs. Otto Vogt. After a several days visit with friends and relatives Miss Nora Heise returned home Sunday. Miss Mac Gorney, saleslady at Caldwell-Sherman store, is visit ing relatives in Indiana. Misses Ernestine, Emma and Bertha Taubert took a boat trip to St. Louis this week. Everybody is doin' it! What? Going to the Herald office for high-class job work. After spending a few days at the Cape...

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. — 19 July 1912

it i id ClV'.'ta rEC3.'3 A S'J'i EA7II' i WHO CZZZ WHITE THE J3KES7 j prirc'f aiy te prae!cfi( funny j VVci Ea'"y F.P;:fi Treir .'3 fr'-f ' : fi ; i ur.il ,r, 1 e. fr oT b';t c i".x.i-er of Ct '. "? r. Garret,, bt-" f.-T '". !J:n cf (be 'x .- . - ti' 3 1 tfLi fee 4 'V t-.'jr Cm..: iu f -'v" . '. vj 1 XxJLi , " ' ' ' - -- "" ., ! j'j 'i ;'; . I I i v ii i 1 , r.ttj i..rj s-, 4...rn a 5 -1 .1,-.T;,,,.;JJ 1 ..'.': c- ? -t 5- 1 rw fc -h tl 'j A.- : ri i.'-s Tr1'. '; i .s'tr. I.'.p w cnv.rv'.' rr nt I ' ..v- , k u-wi'Tir r t YT .-ff,.- At I P"? f 'u! erjr Hi mM) j V ft TiL Ir.tf? "1 v4 VVI '. ..ti.'' t- rrrl,? tr. nwp(rt" Fi.o. t;, S.'. F-..- - f tt C5it rr'-J I r.atiw. , him . n. t. ir'rl,T ! cfcrij Cm rv)-r.. w bet --t fct. rr.Jirr-i -r- Tfc-'t Atl ; -! trir f"m J r- tori. -t et.o W i A;'.rr'l. Tle-y ww . ft S-iv!y u-.4r.-5, ksors u iiso a 0.tt 'it-. rjt ta - H te fc-'ta-?.. a. w;r;-n ;;-n'.fj' m.n,t haa 1 r.- Art '-i r-o r- f.'.m i f! hA w&l.?.iT 1:"m irrow! oil I-J. w..jv.: -n -....

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. — 19 July 1912

STAND AND ALIGHTING BOARD Bough Lumber Will Do fop Side and Ends Care Mutt Be Exsrclsed to Have It Level. A kocuI bottom board which can bo easily made Is here Illustrated. One can maUo It of loimh lumber for the nldf? find oiKl', t.nj old box lumber will do for tlio bottom. In netting It the only rare nfccpnaij' U to have It level on top. I malid mice v.tth a K lnch bee Fpnco at the back end which Blantw to a -inch space In the front, najs a writer in the Kami and Home. Kn- Hive Stand and Alighting Board. trance In the cummer Is loft full Inch deep and the width of the hive. n Hpiing and .'all entrance stops are lined to clone It to a scant Inch by 3 to 8 Inches, according to the t.trtiigth of the colony. To male It, cut two 4-lnch strips, n, with the top or Phort side the length of the hive arid the bottom 4 inches longer. Cut u strip the same width for the back nnd long enough to reach across the hive, le.i-s the thickness of the two sides. Nail strips Inside of side pieces at th...

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. — 19 July 1912

iFfflr .1 f'fi'i:j) -1 iu: i:. C. li'Mvr.u. r,,!;'- r. f ."r,tM m f'Hcfifl clHfi runner at t'.; ;-rM. !'"ct t ("a.-ie 0':a dvtu, M J-r the art e f M.ncii 5. JT9. fi p ;.:a'.i mit!,cii.'!5 to an-rt-ovime t i-.c lo'iUiw Ip rndidt,s for tv.unty r' cs. jstttjivt to '., set ion of ti c lj'!!b;ic8H primary August : Tor i r:i : n j i a r. i r; h k f. l, s r. MKNUY J. HV.INKOI'K .IAMKS H. I.ANGSTON. Tor AM-.-vr: V M. A. i. vtr.s. Kor.liuVe CVmnK'il IVas Omrt: JlilIX A. SNIF-Kn. For iTosconlii: Altcmf-y: J. 1JKNUY CAHITITEKS. i. 11. I X'iU--Second Term. Spring: chickens are ripe. The price is high. Camp meetings, however, will not lose the chick en iavor. A few Republicans may vote for Wilson and Marshall but thousands of sensible Democrats will not. Anyhow Champ Clark will get back to Congress while Wil son is apt to become a statesman out of a job. o Perhaps you have noticed that the men in National politics who 'know the game" ere not clam oring forposition in the propos ed new party. If ...

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. — 19 July 1912

COUNTY CLERK'S NOTICE Of PRIMARY ELECTION. Notice is hereby given that a primary election will be held at the regular polling places in each precinct of the County of Cape Girardeau and that the polls will be open between the hours of 7 o'clock in the morning, and 7 o'clock in the evening, on the first Tuesday of August, 1912, being the Gth day of August, 1012, for the purpose of nominat ing candidates for state, district, county and township offices, be voted for at the general elec tion to be held on Tuesday, 5th day of November. 1912. That the hereinafter mention ed list contains the name and post office address of each candi date for nomination, together with a designation of the office of which he is a candidate, and . i- . ... . : i it., i uiu iariy or principle uiai lit : represents; the hours during which the polls will be open. j REPRESENTING THE REPUBLICAN PARTY j For GoY.raor: j Arthur W. Brewster, 28.10 liar-1 rison St., Kansas City, Mo. j Leon W. Quick, 763 North Eu-i c...

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. — 19 July 1912

fiif.E OREGON "PEACHES" AND A PRESIDENT V -4 I . 4, J A i A w Mi!J Publishing C(v. y ECTRICM, C-P GiUARDEAU MISSOURI EASY TO STRENGTHEN NECK Simple Exercl Will Co Fr to Do' Away With Sever Headache That Seem Mysterlou. A thin, wenk neck Is a frequent caup'j of heartache. Willi such a neck the blood supply to the bruin la prior, with tho result that tha latter in eas !!y fatigued, and then you have head ache. Then, when the neck muscles nrc weak, tho head is rarely carried In ltn proper position. It la allowed to droop forward, or to one Bide, the proper cir culation of the blood being Interfered ith, and headache la a&aln the con sequence. Further, when the head Is not bold properly, there U Jar when walking or taking other exercise, and once more headache Is the Inevitable result. T!ie two best exercises for the nock re hod bending and hed lifting. In the former the head Is bent back wards and forwards and to ono aide or the other, the under Jaw being thrust out when bending ba...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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