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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 19 July 1912

&, i Mj flil (if tw n a Newfoundland River Lovers of Nature In her wild aspects will find much to give them delight in Newfoundland. The scenery there often la striking and spectacular, a specimen being here pictured. This is Breakfast Head, on the Humboldt river. PRUSSIA'S OLDEST WOMAN In Prussia today there Uvea a wom tn who has completed her one hun ircd and tw ity-flfh birthday. Census iftkials have been Interested In her ?.as for the last 50 years, first on ac :ount of her marvelous memory, and noro lately because of her longevity. She Is now almost blind, and bent fair y In two with rheumatism. She haB jeen transferred, within the last year, o a Catholic Institution where she Alll be cared for, her children having ill died, one Bon recently at the age of ighty-nino. Another was a Jesuit priest, who died In 1910 at the age of ne hundred. Her daughter died the very day the mother attained ber one hundred and twenty-fifth year, aged ilnety-four. She had, In all, ten chil dren...

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. — 19 July 1912

tt it jntt' i . . . . Mr. and Mrs. Hickman return o.l t ;'L I.uns Sunday. 11. ,S."-WoKors is working: in Garble KiU this week. Welling Medley was a Jackson visitor Sunday. I'hijip Steck went to Charles ton Sunday to accept a position in a meat market. Mrs. V. G. Langehenig went to Columbia, 111., Friday for a few weeks visit. Mr.-. Will Wesselland children art' visiting at Fruitland this wee L; U. Johnson of Cape, Repub lican candidate for representa tive, was in Jackson Tuesday. Sam Wallace and family spent Sunday the guests of A. C. Wal lace at Pocahontas. Recorder Siegers, James Allen, Judson Randol and Sam Vandi vort were in Cape Saturday. Mayor R. K. Wilson went to j t mi j . louis lnursaay, returning 1 Sunday. engaging their attention. Wheat Attorney W. K. Chandler of j is a light crop, but hay and oats Marble Hill was a Jackson visit-1 are fine in this locality and pros or Saturday. pects are good for corn. Frof. Edward Bonne Terre was last week. Howard of visiting here ' The...

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. — 26 July 1912

3 a . It sw Mil J i i 2 t ; 8 ' t i ' '. V i," ...4 ... .4 .: ...JOT'lJ '.4 ,...... G IKS PECFLE'S PAPESt 'ALL TC NEWS HAT MT 10 rRINT" si'iscniPTicri rzizt, si.C3 a tear, n ;Yr::x Vol. XIV Cape Girardeau, MissouriFriday, July 26, 1912 No. 3D " ""II r- r -nr- - i 5 f til. W MOflLflKD GEMEOAL Joe Decker of Gordon ville was in town Monday. Charles Overstolz is spending a few days in St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Bland Stubby field went to Oran Tuesday. ThilSinamon went to St. Iuis Tuesday afternoon on business. Mr. Barrett of Kennett visit ed in the Cape Tuesday after noon. J. H. Young of Neelys Land ing attended court in Cape Tues day. Mr. and Mrs. 11. G. Cummins visited friends at Chaffee Tues day. After a two months visit with friends in Arkansas, Mrs. Smith returned home Sunday. Mr, and Mrs. R. E. Lampkin, who have been visiting in Charleston, returned Monday. Mrs. Werner and son,Albert,of St. Louis, are visiting friends and relatives here this week. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Coerver left for ...

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. — 26 July 1912

0 f 4 GTORY !7 '-t sa. i iL I . . ,..-v ,i r . f s.s j i i it i . r . ii i j , I 3 SYNOPSIS. ',rrM r: lrn f Nw Trv-H Ci'V. m-v:a rw-1iv iwa. : w io Srt'te r ,m (a a cajii -' t. Il a:?;"'. .-' "rif I' CK 4 . r-'A T ! zwr. C'jaj'I fa'- lo wni tn .;-.,. At th .nr C-t r-" two ,t-i&rr-!, Mia-"kifK fhoo Van Tvyi --?-1L ::-"iirr!r to wr-t tv, f-,tr. frora nim. t1! tr l;r-e tpTv. Cl (fcrre-.) fiT muraT. .-.vlt.(. tiil a h rr. h m-n-t-t' , I. ur,-':.ia f f f' c'c k m f"""!rv and ht': fctm!t Coaot b- f; rit Tna.tr arsi fvL ai par m n a yacht and irhr a can tfirrsrti from a d'.ttnnt t..L H n r 1 1 fUow who camH ArrWyarrl. Try arrtva at a H.iin-I. known n MAn'a land. i'.-at itiirl out to -JSr and ccrr.? tKo orn -dr-rtl tvTuiclir.m. He Jtcov:-!i a maa -iwd- t'v-on flrx.'r ar.i at"P'"i',h. "rp a to:i. I,e f. "s Kahrin "i.istr. ci exrliins !'it! her huhand, Ofni- r t'n ct Jiiach. h bnusM th i'.rl. lie 1a blit,'!, a wir',' oirAtor and na nation thera. Coast Inform l.r that few b'.!hj?i miir4rS ...

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. — 26 July 1912

i i i i H i Frorklns must bn treated In the nme way an tan, with hot w ater tracks, massage, cold cream and a freckle or bleaching lotion. Steaming the face at one when coming In from a sea bath, )T from a boating or yachting trip, and a gontle and systematic course of mas sage will bo very helpful In ward ing off any serious hurt to the skin. Ituttermllk and cucumber Juice nlxod toRfther make a simple, bleach er anybody can afford, and If nothing ;1ho In handy rubbing the Bkln with '.ho cut side of a fresh cucumber will undoubtedly bo beneficial. An excellent cucumber milk, which '.a Bald to be a specific with sensitive skins for sunburn or freckles, and which is most useful for the roughness 'ollov.Ing skin injuries at the sea hore or in the country, is made In tlila Ray: Oil of iwni't Hhnonil 4 nuncn Kri Hh ruruniU'r Julre m ouiii't a l-'-Kscnt'e of cil'-uniht rs 3 ounrt-H I'nwilvrcl ciiKtlle Kunp, (wldti-). . . ounce Tincture of btnzolii 2-3 ilruin The cucumber Juice is obtained...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 26 July 1912

: J - ' (f.Tir'j tie J-:n-Q V:.t ;.( f ry Ft'..fHTl ' T C. K'.'Voh, Fiitor. " k secctd ciiss T.a;:rr at cp st Cape Q-at4-u. Mo 17 rt ,f March If Fcarir.,? His Candidacy rrfdw-te Friction He Quits tv:e Kacs for Governor. TJ f KcriU is n.oric- to '- 4v.,,r,tf i f'1'..H, si,r H-ct lotl. aciin of I 11 o P.. pt.KScan primary Au;! Urn. John E. Svanger, Elate r.ar.k Comrni?.?icr.er, vva? reluc tant to enter the race fcr Repub lican nomination for governor but when he had mide bis an nouncement h- began an ener- re t i e campaign. His friends were enlisted a"! over the State aii'i thought Kia nomination might be accomplished but the preference of thousands who might have readily supported him had be entered the race sooner had already been express ed for ether candidates; and he' found r.lso that a division among his friends might bring on more or fas bitterness before the pri mary election, so he concluded to withdraw and leave the field to the three candidates who had I preceded him w ith...

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. — 26 July 1912

4 COUNTY; CHITS NOTICE OF rttiARY. ELECTION. , Notice 13 hereby given that a primary election will be held at the tegular 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 Cth day of August, 1912, for the purpose of nominat ing candidates for state, district, county and township offices, to 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 the party or principle that he represents; the hours during which the polls will be open. i REPRESENTING THE REPUBLICAN PARTY For Governor: j Arthur W. Brewster, 2850 liar-1 rison St., Kansas City, Mo. ! Leon W. Quick, 763 North Eu- clid Ave., bt. Louis, Mo. , John C. McKinley, Unionville,...

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. — 26 July 1912

C;.; Ccar.ty Here. Id Hcrsld PubllsSiNg Co. CAPE GIRARDHAU MISSOURI The f"l'nr of the peach crop la overdue. This Is the ttm-i of tb yer for turning on the .'.ctrlc fun. Mona Una bids fair to rival Charley Sterne In the frequency of discovery. Yt-.t fanners welcome hot nlphjK, n well as 'jot days, and also steamy showers. "Big hats." gays a physician, "r r.lt In bniln fag." It you don't be lieve It, ask fathar. A rrmn In New Jersey t arrested and fined for raising mosquitoes. The war Is on In earnest. It la eaid that Kaiser W libel m choor.ea his wife's hats. That roan Isn't afraid of anything. One way to euro Insomnia Is to rf.ad the hl3tory of the alleged war between Italy and Turkey. An Italian organ grinder Is going back home with a fortune of $50,000. Sometimes crime 5a highly profitable. It Is rerorted that one of the war correspondents la Tripoli Is dead. The ennui probably was too much for Mm. The American gill who has Jilted an English nobleman evidently would rather be a w...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 26 July 1912

t flEDlOGRESS of theWOljlD) r - , .. , , Man Who How Ons Who Thought He Was "Down and Out," Finally Succeeded. GRIT AND GOOD SENSE WIN An Experience Which Goes to Prove That a Man la Never Down and Out Until He la Actually Dead He Only Thinks That Ho Is. A nuin 13 never down and out until be Is actually dead. He only thinks ho la. Those Bound like Idle words, but 1 have proven them to be true. In my own case, at least, which seeinod pretty bad to me at the time. I had been working In a dry Roods afore In Milwaukee as au assistant buyer lu a department at a salary of ai.miu a year. 'mat seemed like a pretty fair lucome, but the duties and .requirements of the position were such that my expenses used up all I was mnklng, so that at the end of the year I had scarcely anything more than the $200 I had saved up when I took up the iK)Bltlon. I thought I could do bet ter than that, so I resigned and went to rhiladclphla, where I had been cor responding w ith another house about a similar p...

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. — 26 July 1912

I V? f ' 4 -I; 5 t-1 5 ' If iVpl I'lay ui ball team fcocs'to rxxt Sunday to Leon Vandivort was a Jack eon visitor Saturday and Sun dny. Clarence Dorrneyer,- of cubmiuu, U at home for a visit. Her- short Will IlarLles ami Cooper Ran dol of the Cope had business in Jackson Monday. The Jackson ball team played the t ilia iUNLl Allium lu-Tl. uuuuar, , winning 1 J. J. Wilkinson of Whitewater township had business in Jack sou the past week. Miss Grace McLain spent Saturday and Sunday with her parents in this city. J. II. Caruthers, Republican candidate for Prosecuting Attor ney, was in town Saturday. Uncle Joe Huckstep of Kinder township was in the city this week, transacting business. Mrs Rnr has mrvvprl intr the residence, which was recently bought from Adam Hoffman. Mr3. Sam Wallace and children spent Sunday in the Cape, visit ing, Mrs. Irvin. Bruening & Kerstner Dry Goods Co., are having the inter ior of their store building re modeled. Rev. Burton left Tuesday for the Camp meetin...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 2 August 1912

1 J"iy s i ! 1 I i f i 7 ) !i li r v ""-.3" "'.asi.' 'J aui A: IT h ' .1 i ... -a iL - ws:. J 4 V ,' . it . ..-rr....i IKE PEOPLE S PAPER "AM. TKC KEWS THAT'S HT TO ftUHV 'j2SCSiPTicri pr.icE, H.C3 a ma, m a:ya.s Vol. XIV Capo Girardeau, Missouri, Friday, August 2, 19I2 LGOAL mi9 GEHERAL Mrs. G. C. Robeson left, Sun day to visit at Colorado Springs. J. F. Oliver of Neely's Land ing had businesss here Monday. Misses Ella and Esther Arnold visited in Chaffee Thursday. Goah Barnes of Fortageville had business here Wednesday. Miss Ouida Brooks left Tues day for St. Louis, where she will spend a few days. Miss Estella Cresap left Wednesday for Humboldt. Tenn.. for a months visit with relatives. Miss Mabel Niswonger is spending this week with friends and relatives in Oran. John Malone of Sikeston pass ed through the Cape Tuesday enroute to St. Louis. L. M. Bane of Jackson passed through the Cape Wednesday enroute to Poplar Bluff. Anderson Gibs after visit in Charleston, home Tuesday. a we...

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. — 2 August 1912

I ) f. li k TORY 1 i i it M I A llO'uANCE 1 ; i S 'r Lon's Josrirh Vance t .-vyi 4 lit. .K bf tu Juai b V .) SYNOPSIS. CsrrfTt Co.t. a man of Tw tr'K tt', GTcIfl IwAi ) StCK k. who B-ivitea hnn to a csrj party, lie sc-oepi. s-.nnoiiKh t i-st'Kf hiacaMocic-. trie res wn t - c f; h are In love wllh Ksth- -ire T -r. t'osrt fads to convince tifr t lint:a,iiloc k l unxortl? of hrr frr-v-odu--E At tre psrs l't rrtets two fcaml (tmdut end Vn TuyL There U ft cuarreL end luaefc i,v-k ehoois Van fTwrl deed. Coast ltn;;lra to wrost the W' from Mm. thus tbe tvlr-e die- f Ter i!fm. Coast Is trtl f r mutiwr, Si la con.lcel. but as h bertna his sen trKA. ItUlhti P-M I'r'nioK a t'ie rr' rJcrjr aud V. hWi.-.f. CumI b- 'tru free, hut fcisrks-.iv-lc ha married iUjpfiM TMftter end fled. Coast pur- aee a yacVt and while slung sees Wsau thrown from a d'miant boat. He r. !'" t!e fellow who l named AnpN'Tsrd. 4 "T rriv at lonely island, known a i Map a t-and. Const alarta out to ex f iore the pl.nre aud co...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 2 August 1912

ENGINE WITH ONE CYLINDER ErTECTIVE. iTATr? n',;!iwivrs rn nsirrrn 1 AND DEVICE TO GENERATE STEAM Texas Man Invents Apparatus That Can Easily Be Attached to Ordi nary Kitchen Range. A Moarn KcrioralliiK device that can be attached to nn ordinary kltrlinn r.iM(;o haa boeii invented by a Trxua man. Tlio Reiwrator runs through the bark of the Btove and In supplied with ! from a reservoir at the ends of front. A burner Ik connected with the generator and tlio rewrvolr has a con ductor, which connects with the gen erator, and has a nozzle with a dis charge orifice that extend Inside. Hy this means air Is forced through the Steam Generator. generator to the burner. Of course, the amount of steam generated In this way will not give as much heat as a furnace, but It will heat a few rooms or keep a small house comfortable, and Is espevlully convenient for those days of spring and full when the fur nace Are has been allowed to go out. CIGAR BOXES OF CARDBOARD Such an Excellent Imitation of Spa...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 2 August 1912

(V TTr1;tvrs::r.-.v.!5rrc-.T-Irl to rsrge-l,ut mere rcr.tly held a rodj V.w..ij. "-;",!;;f(,,t5 .,.:r s-J :h ' ra (job with th? J.Km-cratic j-rt-c- (5 '.'; rv. ; -r. r n u .r -the I ' r. !: r. t 1 v'.n : it: Ci. i- 0: 1 7. 'a-.;v-rr.vr re;-'-; r : v Ger.c jcr mil-;?. The ;cu.tir. attcrnay cf Kansas City. - rgt J Tur--r. ,. For fp-ecial kgai services in the 1 . :or tr.al he' OCTANT. ' J 1M s". 1 ;ri, T- ANNOi.ci:m:Nrs. s--c for an i:;;'i:c'::n to prevent v. ( n c? t the pec-; 1 artie.;. -.r.y ts :.?:)- raiiri s were chargir. two cent 5 a rniie in Kar;ya. ;?. !I:wa r.r.iKc-1-ra.-Va. The At tor-! Lrhman :cr ar.d frf ight rate cases Governor Hffdl-cv tut ap- rr.cr.;s?;ENT attcs.iey CANDIDATE FCH EEKCH cf, I raUr.J thereby p u;r.vl; : ecu i.r. ir.fei-J .. r B. i r. 1 y I La J f K a r. sa C i t y was i aid -1 ,t(.. ami Hon. FrcJ W. : j a; J ?UXM--h Mr. e l to institute; Ladd was laii SI" 1 . ?. r... .. v - c cv..r;y li.e 5. ;. J 5 t i rv edir.g iuvnl expenses !n thes- I ?: - t:.e j ...a m...

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. — 2 August 1912

COUNTY CLERK'S NOTICE OF PRIMARY ELECTION. Notice is hereby given that a primary election will he held at the regular polling places in each precinct of the County of Cape Girardeau and that the polls will he 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, i being the Cth day of August, ; 191 12. for the purpose of nominat-! ing candidates for state, district, county and township offices, to. be voted for at the general elec-j tion to be held on Tuesday, 5th i day of November, 11)12. ' That the hereinafter mention ed list contains the name and; 7ost office address of each candi-i date for nomination, together ; with a designation of the office' of which he is a candidate, and. the party or principle that he represents; the hours during j which the polls will be open. , REPRESENTING THE REPUBLICAN PARTY For Governor: , Arthur W. Brewster. 2850 liar-' rison St., Kansas City, Mo. Leon W. Quick, 7(53 North Eu-j did ...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 2 August 1912

npe Cc::ntyr Herald Herald Publishing Co. . CAPE CSPAROEAU M!SSOUfl DAISY FLY KILLER K;,? zrVZi ,r"' -yf '? 1 -g-v fli, Nt. el ma n f A ntnfntj.l,ortiTfmlfn.t GREAT VAHIMAN BALLOON CATASTROPHE FRUITS OF THE SEASOM f " '' i J 'P' Ltti All on. asufj or mtt, rn'tvillor tlp orr will not coll or Injur nf t it 1 n r. BEST AND MOST PRACTICAL METHODS OF USING. 3 nimntiMWl nfTwrtlY, i ,, ..s A atit ur-1 in id r,.v i FUEL NEED OF EDUCATION AQLO iUMtsii, 1M Df JLtvJb At., UrookJa, E. tchoolhoue Conditions in Chin Plo tared by Chinese Lud, Who De plores Crowded School. J,! Hong, a young boy, who t study Jiir In a Christina mlKslon school la Kltyang. 15 miles above R'i)W, China, tag written a pathetic letter to American friends of his country, ap rn'Jn for aid to the poor children who RFfi longing for an education, snd giving a vivid picture of the contrast between them nnd tho pupils In the iichoola of the United States. In part hit letter la a follows: "rld you ever boar of anything; like this...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 2 August 1912

p ill Fend I 1Z0LA. FORRESTER (Ojpfllslit. 11)12, 1T Axi'ltl I.ilomr lr..) i Nan tightened, the rein Brightly, and Gypsy Belle paused. It was almost dark along the old mountain road. Oyer on the rail fence to the left had tome a drawled hall for ber to halt, mid the click of a trigger pulled back. , "That you. Griff Taller?" called Nan, cheerfully. "What you doing there thin time of night slopping folks on their way home?" A laugh came from the gloom of the railing. "I'm JuBt squirrel hunting, Sis." "Don't you call me 81s. You ain't so well acquiUntod as that. Do you call the schoolma'urn down at the Iiend Sta?" "Hill does." "Talking some, nln't you, Griff?" "I'm going to do inore'n talk to night" "If he don't get you first." Taunt ingly. "He won't get me first. He's had a taste by now already." Nan's voice caught a little In her throat, but she was not afraid. "I suppose there are TallerB elttlng on fence rails all over Mount Scratch um tonight waiting for a shot at BUI Amoi. Why d...

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. — 2 August 1912

Morton R.tndol of Capo was a Jackson visitor Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. McNeely cf I.eemon were Jackson visitors Saturday. Prof, and I.Irs. George Doyle went to the picnic at Flcasant llu last Thursday. Mr?. R. M. McCombs went to St. Loui3 Saturday; returning Monday. "Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Schmuke are visiting relatives and friends in this city. Mr?. John Talley left Monday for a few days visit with friends atjliiisboro, HI. Mits Elizabeth Hall of St. Louis is the guest of Mrs. John jMabrey. .Dr. J. W. Hall of Mo., was a visitor week. Fruitland", here this .Misses Winnie and Flole Slack :are home after a few days spent with relatives in Cario, III.' ami Mrs. William Wallace of Pocahontas were Jackson visitors Sunday and Monday, Miss Bessie Limbaugh Pent I mother in this city. Lewis Wallace and daughter, Dell, were Jackson visitors Sat urday and Sunday. The annual meeting of the Stockholders of the Cape County Savings Bank was held Satur day. , . Elam S. Templeton a prominent business m...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 9 August 1912

t 1 S 4 t t ; ) Hi J 1 n t ! ! 9, - m M 1. ... 4 t o THE FEOPU'S PAPER "ALL TK NEWS THAT'S FIT TO PRiHT" st'sscsiPTicrj price, sues a yeas, w a:y'::x Vol. XIV Cape Girardeau, Missouri, Friday, August 9, 1912 No. 32 " e"-so LOCAL AHO GEGERAL Steve Hunter of New Madrid was a Cape visitor Monday. Miss Esther Foley is spending this week at Morehouse. Spend a pleasant evening Sat urday at 'The Grande.' Mrs. R. II. Whitelaw left for St. Louis Tuesday on a visit. Miss Hazel Poe of Jackson visited in the Cape Tuesday. Look for the Grande Theatre opening announcement elsewhere in the Herald. Miss Era Hill left Monday for a few weeks stay in Carbondale, III. Mayor Wilson and Attorney Edw. D. Hays had business in the Cape Monday. After a weeks visit with par ents at Jackson. Mrs. R. C. Hough returned home Monday. Miss Martha Hainan, after a few days visit with her brother in Arkansas, returned home Sunday. Superintendent Cannon of the Iron Mountain Ry., had business at the Cape Monday. Edw. St...

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. — 9 August 1912

'-.. "? p" r "s r ' " i.a i ti I il t (Una I GTORY J 1 1 No Mans I I t j I A -ROMANCE J 1 1 Ey Jascr.h Vance i I i tv.uwiiat. ism, by kjoai Jotsp VwotJ JtT SYNOPSIS. Onrrott Count, a of N Tork City, meet Dourlaa iliankalnck. Who liiv, ciji iu, to a cartl irtr, kto w ,n:lt KhoiiKh hs InHka MUck'stock. th r on b.n thHt bolh r In lov with Kath- -ulna T! afr. Co-ut (alia to couvlnca hr nt sciiso, ta unworthy of hr riwu)lhn. At tha party Coast moots two uunmi ana Van Tuyl. twm junmj and Wlackstork shoots Vsri Tuyl M. Coast struirijloa to wrwit ths pi from Mm. thu ths pollea " yoror (hm. Coast U rrt1 for murder. Ha 1 ennvlofxL but hi brtn hi Sn- r. lyuqdaj nanwia lilackatocfc es t murrlsrw and kills hlmanlf. Coast b jhtws frat but Kiarkstock has married "athnrln Thastar and flad. Coast pur chase ya,.,ht and wh)U aaltlns a nan thrown fvom a distant boat. He res r'Jw tha fallow who named Apptorard Jhey arrlva at a lonoly Inland, known aa No Unn'i Land. Coaiit atarta out to - 1'iore th plaes...

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