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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 7 April 1911

err uw 1 mat BAN! ESTABLISHED 1 8 6 G CAPITAL SURPLUS 5100,000.00 25,000.00 Oldest Bank in Southeast Mis souri having large capital, exceptional strength and established facilities, solicits your pat ronage with confidence in its ability to ex tend every accommodation for business consistent with sound banking methods. 53E OFFICERS l- I. A LP. EI IT. I'r:.sJcJtnt U. H. OLIVER, Vice-Pres. H. L. MA1EN, Cashier I. F. LILLV, Asst. Cashier Mrs. Mary Jones of. Huron, Kans.. is visiting friends here this week. Mrs. .Tones iVirmorly was a student at the Nn'n,il.' II. (J. Haser'an-J da-jghtcr, Mips Chm, of Ciordnv'Mw visit ed relatives in this city last week. Mrs. L. II. Dunn of Advance was in the city Monday visiting friends. She was emo..te home from l'erryville whjr.' she had been on an extended visit. J. " Morgan Of England Quits Business i ; Mrs. Chri.-. Freom;.n has re covered from a f--?ver' case of j ptomaine poison cjntracto i by I eating some cannv.l salmon last : Friday niglit. Ju...

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. — 7 April 1911

K"0 t , "Atr$ GO;&A. OLDEST 0? r r- .VOID'S GRIME ORGANIZATION. NOV FIGIITIKG FOR EXISTENCE i,Jl.,JW Lm 'W Xs t,j i (Lj Viat t.i i 4i W! j .ssfj Urn JJ t.ii kJi .sJ i Sd t? KstiM xf Jt K&aJ GilK.'.T trial (crowing oat of th Inquiry which the government " has been carrying on for four yeors concerning the Camorr wt Neple is now under wy at Viter l-o, fan old papal medieval town about fifty mili-s from llot.-ie. Ho an old rrnocl?ai church ha been chat' god Into a courthouse, ami an lru etc Ijfei' tl bold A hiiuJl'd pel ous hs boon erected In th ceoter of the long, wide hull to servo a a li'Xl; for th prisoners on trial. Another old building, originally a KottvciH and slU! retaining '.la name of Panta Maria a Gar.il. although used a a prison since 15Ti", has born en inrged and repnlrrd. while lis massive walls hsve been made higher to pre vent the escape of the Camorrists con veyed tin-re from Naples. Apartments are provided inside the prison for the two judges who preside at t...

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. — 7 April 1911

rz . l !. ( ) f ) ( ) ( ( ( ) ) r ) o ( i u n ( ci p O O U u u n n n 1 V- - er M --. It"" - - .-.-' ST. LOUIS SHOE REPAIRING SHOP Old Shoes Repaired as Good as New at Reasonable Prices. Liulii's' and 'Boys' Half Sol.-s 35c Ladies' and Boys' Her 5c Mctl's Halt' Soles: 4QC Men's Heels 25c No shoe loo bad 1o repair. Kverv kind ol: work Sewed Soles, Bubher ' Bools and Bubher Shoes Neatly Bej.ain-d I (Juarantee my Wrk. )mi From (i a. in. to !) p. ni. A JS Main SntKKT - !ABJ-: j'"mt - -s r- ;t u . ,n VW. WuftV Jlv , ViV, n ELEGTOIGAL "GOtJtRAGTOR iqr - Dealer in Chandeliers, Fans, Bells and , Supplies. Estimates Promptly Furnished AH Work Guaranteed. Prices Very Moderate. I J&CKSGN Worn "WoTivn. worn and tired I tonic. That feeling of weakness or helplessness will not leave vou tf itself. You should take Wine of Cardui, that effectual remedy for the ailments and weaknesses of women. Thousands of women have tried Cardui and write enthusiastically of the great benefit it has been to the...

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. — 7 April 1911

i 11 0 ii Mr.-. .1. A. t"riidor entertained tn! i'iiiii.h dub Tuesday. S. Tensplefon of Fruitlar.d here Tuesday. John Adams of Fruitland was in the city .Saturday. E. II. Yegel of Pocahontas was here last Saturday. Jacob Gluokhcrtz who resides near Cordon villa was here Tues day. Have you plan day? a trefs to- r.lacher Sperling had business in Shawneclown Monday. E. G. Wallman of Pocahontas was in the city last Saturday. Ex-I'robate Judge J. M. Mil ler of Illinois was in the city last Monday. Supt. White of the telephone onYpany of the Cape, was in the city Monday. Leo Hitter and Tony Freder ick loft Tuesdavifor Jbookneld, Id. Henry Keller of Gordonville transacted business here Tues day. . Judge Edw. D. Hays went to Poplar Bluff Wednesday on business. The Gun club had a shoot last Friday. The following scores were made: Wagner 21: Grant 19;Putz20. Mrs. R. Kafton and daughter, Miss Addie, of Appleton, were here last Tuesday. , Sam Carter and wife and Miss Cornelia Guthrie of the Cap...

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. — 14 April 1911

.A THE PimVi PIPER 0U? AIM II P'it Itl ft fnf'4 ft tf tfTt. IW4 tT's tl t) (I'M, M M.yr (II t lU N Rmi Vol. XIII Capo Girardeau, Missouri, Friday, April 14. 1911. No. 22 ELEVEN HILDEEnAh'DS AT MLDEBKAHD FEDERAL COURT CON VENED LAST MONDAY UNVEILING TO TAKE PLACE ON MAY CITY COUNCIL MET ... LA.UT TUESDAY NICIIT ATHLETIC AND ORATORICAL MEET SPECIAL ELECTION 20 tor Lo:m issue Postmaster Hildebrand, of Hildebrand was a Cape visitor Monday and while here he called our attention to the fact that the Herald should issue a defy to any paper in the country to produce a record equal to the one held by the Herald at hi3 postoffice. We have a list of thirty-six subscribers at that place (which represents nearly the entire voting strength of the town) and eleven of them bear the name of the postoifice Hildebrand. They are as fol lows: D. C. Hildebrand, Jos. I. Hildebrand. Elam D. Hildebrand. Martin Hildebrand, Anton Hilde brand. D. D. Hildebrand, Ira Hildebrand. H. A. II. Hilde brand. Marion Hil...

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. — 14 April 1911

3 -1 1 IJL1 w m j rovf-rM f.---;;i the shot b -p. r: !,-i,i t beholding brfor t. -ii !.'. nnti who had to tb V .r 1 1. -i. I.1.) r:-'i -!-. t,a.1 In , H I r'.J I ' i I Is .-vcvgj'll'-e la trsny cp.-.: v.i ' yrt f 'lb j i.!frM)rn. No; b ban ;.! wrongly. N'; be was not frM a I th association of ars :nl-lk.i yeses which h rclfivTlrig to forget. -l5.-::o. I!"d.'" I.e t1nai!y addressed U1T"'-" ,a " "ugmy cut n.v,..-n. Ton., oat. from N-Mnj ! J35 m;"!e v,,lt ot ,,,'i", "! " tie curtain. Ti.e coast U ,-lear for!1' mom t:ter lnith thao he dl,l roa tT-w !1 o know 1 rS9 lioreT " ,,, d ,T he rt' I-Vteotive Poj le r.,-.t tas. f.'.rlh. "Oh. loave It t"5! 0""'1 t1Ht.T(n In SJng Sing. Jimmy, to loop trsck of n cldfnn,? 'towlr Into ibe hot-) parlor, j al" l"hnHl out Mi band. trfcUb 1 '""" r'' ,! Tou-r taking a Vfcloiitfne ltKt!cs?y ahook. cbano.- Froto,t Valentin, and you I1 coulJ not understand bl for-1 . R-" 1 irr -MTviar,ioira lr.d!Trnt m.-innor. lo f you." rtnrnod Avrry. 1 "WtaO w-rorg?-' be a'...

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. — 14 April 1911

Tj" r-"V v ww-M yrm . fl,, jr,r.: y, it-tw-v? ffF u-nSf -mf wYVVy y It"-- I' ST. LOUIS SHOE 0 j i REPAIRING SHOP I i r ; 1 1 -J-;.. OJd Shoes Repaired as Good . as New at Reasonable Prices. j ! j; Ladies' and Boys' Half Soles . ...35c j f Ladies' and Boys' Heels I5c f 5 J h Men's Half Soles....... 40c V j Men's Heels.. 25c j II'- ' " O i No shoe too bad to repair. Every kind ) j of work Sewed Soles, Rubber Boots ) I ! and Rubber Shoes Neatly Repaired SI f J fl J. Guarantee my Work. Open ( 3 j From (i a. in. to 9 p. in. ""j B. BASAN P IS Main Stkkht - CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO. O O ; U GLIuTOn GOYEOT ELECTRICAL GQ.JTRAG7GR Dealer in Chandeliers, Fans, Bells and Supplies. Estimates Promptly Furnished All Work Guaranteed. Prices Very Moderate. a J&CKSQH Won "Women, worn and tired from overwork, need a tonic. That feeling of weakness or helplessness will not leave you of itself. You should take Wine of Cardui, that effectual remedy for the ailments and weaknesses of women. Thousands of wom...

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. — 14 April 1911

The tinV.ratic leaders in the iji;w3ture tried hard to t! A its 1. A. riinsi, T'ri'ltM ier, lr--rr-s!.lrnt !ierh, CasMer Ct. S. Smt'mers, Awt. ("ashler WiO. I'owriian, A -t. ( "asl ier H. 1'rrinmeriua.ti, Saving iwppt. wheels of progress and to ob struct the good work of a Re publican state administration. In spite of the Bourbons, however, Missouri will move forward and the state cimJn:stration will TV? ao a a "J 777 tl n : ;A0 tjU.i 1 ! ii is k I .' f; I, if fci vJ ilvik a. B 4 continue to imke a good record and. tier win the favor of the pro-pie. (3 t I n W er hiv fa TV? IS fa V? CAPITAL SCH PLUS Accounts of individuals, business firms and corporations solicited. Interest on Time Deposits and Savings Accounts at rate of 4 per con t per annum CFF1CE F.QCrJS AKD SAFETY Crpe County Herald (Formerly th Jackson Herald) Published every Friday by the HEKALD rmLlsni0 I'OMFAST. t?crii.'tion In advance. price: 100 per year Entered b second class matter at Ui post office at Cape Girardeau, ...

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. — 14 April 1911

,r-- (-" VJ ''" iJ . " r r " r r ' id ey r.rj:a':.i Leader t' the Ineurrectoa Who Are MtV.i i War Down In Mexico. Ksny Onw!ti Cnc In Product O'lly Four Kunorij Yaars Old. ic o I id) i-i rl E ESTABLISHES 1866 CAPITAL SURPLUS $100,000.00 25,000.00 Oldest Bank in Southeast Mi ouri having hVge cnpital, exceptional strength and established facilities, solicits your pat -ronage with confidence in its ability to ex tend every accommodation for business consistent with sound banking methods. OFFICERS L. K. J. ALBERT, President It. OLIVER, Vlce-l'res. II. L. MACIIEN, Cashier J. F. LILLY, Asst. Cashier 2E Born, to the wife of Marvin McLain, April 3rd. a girl. C. G. Kiehne of Gordonville was in the city last Friday visit ing relatives and friends. Mrs. Julien Miller is visiting friends in St. Louis this week. Mrs. Charles Harrison visited relatives at Ste. Genevieve the first of the week. A. II. Jackson Sunday., Kuellmer and wife of visited relatives here W. F. Schade was in the city last Satu...

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. — 14 April 1911

" n:i mm TO GLFlfFi A' ) l.fHllw I t'laT CF FATE'S VVstth Nevict'ti Wins Owner n4 Senator Cuee V 'h r Ottr tr'y All ConeH) With Ite Acquisition, Spending or 8?telitioB nd New Dcend to Gmndiinn. ' The neme of Lieutenant Frederick rrruKir lir-siketh of the Ninth lancers, . ' dropped out of Kljjht lust fall, lias trii stricken from the roila of the V ;-;titi(s army because of abwnce witta leave. The lieutenant Is tho second son of f!lr Thomas George Feroior and Lady Feriuor-IIexketh and a grandson of the lata William Sharon, United States senator from Nevada. Lady Fermor Heslietii's maiden name woa Florence F.mily Sharon. She was married lu A worldwide search for the lieuten ant. ' instituted soon after his disap pearance, failed to rercal any clow as tit Ws where:! ("Hi Is He is twenty eight years old mid was i-dm-ati-d ' hi I lie Royal Military college at Sand hurst and at Trinity college. Cnm lirmljje. le left his mother's residence at .f Co ton Neston. Teweester. the after noon of ...

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. — 14 April 1911

P S ' I 'fill IS STfiLHOIiS & r JACKS FOR YEAR OF IQII I will have at my barn in West Jackson, for the season of 1911 for breeding purposes 3 stallions and 8 jacks ' u J. The Percheron Stallion Mike is 7 years old, 10 1-2 hands high, sired by Cberi No. 37702. Mike has the host style ami action; he LS wide out.with good vmte, springy ribs and heavy, clean, flat bone and big foot - just the kind to breed toso as to raise large roomy mares to breed mules from. The fine Rep. Stallion Star Denmark. Jr., No. 18:31, in Vol. 5, of the American Saddle Horse Register. He was sired by the noted Saddle Stallion Star Denmark, Sr., No. 51, etc., dam of Star Denmark, Jr., was Maud. Also, Hilly Walnut, a standard bred. Rex. No. -IS'Ool', sired by Old Walnut Boy, Reg. No. HJ18, record 2.111-2, dam Ronnie Fewell. afnoted brood mare. Hilly Walnut is a com ing 4 year old, solid black, full 10 hands high. He will be permitted to eerve"a limited number of mares up to June the lath, at $15 to insure a...

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 April 1911

3 l .': -iy in GonlonviMe. Mil MfcsMauJ Medley of the Cape vUit'-J iicre Utt Sunday. Charley LaPierre and Henry i?3 transacted business at the Cape Monday. , Mrs. N. B. Turnbaugh Is re- j wrted on the Bick list. Peter Hauschen and Coruonville were in last Saturday. wife of the city i J-.'.n c 1 a ik I.' .-vty h: IVj d fU.t.0. J. C. Cl.'. rrd returned last Saturday from Paraould, Ark. Fred Goyert transacted busi ness at the Care Tuesday. Mrs. Ben Davis of Fruitland was here last Friday, shopping. Mrs. C. V. Priest visited Mrs. Wm. Medley of the Cope last Friday. Judge Fidw. Hays had business at the Cape the first of the week. T. D. Hines attended business in the Federal court at the Cape this week. Henry Gockel is serving on the Federal grand jury at the Cape 1 this week. Miss Christine Medley arrived ; here from Poplar Bluff last Sat-1 The Aid society of the Baptist jrday to visit her parents and ! church met with Mrs. George .relatives. Miss Medlev is teach-. Greene last t nday. io...

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 April 1911

THE PEOPLE'S ?;?S CM mU P'suji H the W (l ) l! ttew. !" ! tfte pr.p' !! Iie !!irn, tut Mw i:: r X"? lil II su:scri?tic? fro?, ma a yeir n acvr.-tE Vol. XIII Cape Girardeau, Missouri, Friday, April 21. 1911, No. 23 Probably Stop Here An opportunity has been offer ed the city to have the U. S. Monitor Amphitrite to stop here twenty-four hours on its way to St. Louis next month. Citizens of St. Louis who are raising $5,000.00 to keep the monitor in that city for one year, w ant the citizens of this city to contribute $300. If the boat stops here ex cursions will be run on all roads. KENNETT FARMER KILLS BRIDE OF 4 MONTHS Last Monday night, J. W. Stewart, a farmer living four miles north of Kennett, beat his bride of four months to death, then whetted a butcher knife and severed her head almost from the body after which he drove the weapon to the hilt in his own breast. The scene oc curred in the presence of their children. Stewart .became enraged when his wife mortgaged a team of horse...

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 April 1911

y j, B -V -iW V . A t s 1 1 v K ro. tour . po)cj.,rnci v14-'" ' 'CHAPXES KLEIN Arthur ilqhndlot CAUFGn;i!A FIG SYRUP CO. tNTHSClPCIS j " i I J : " ; s , , H vi " 1 ;.srr jc?.Gir ect if - !j i it ? , , . ; wr t (' V A 1 1 m SYNODS' tv r .r if a v I 1 f r.r 3f - A f -i- -r ' K -.--t I'i rvf, h-1 r- ;- :-! V; K, .-..;.:' A -?.;.-. I-3 -. v -. n, 4 oe. n . ti- - I 'i ' HtTl'i cmjv' t r. r --A ff v ;., , 1 t(fl ,fr-J;,-, ftr,j it i- "ATI r'S!. l.k.ft (i 1 '-,i-r'-I. t-' 'v 'yf i - 5.'. iwji rn !--T'' -i. t'-'ir.ar r:-iar'rf f . tc, ti--.fl ' -.t n CHAPTER IV. The rlct'r Jc.-v-a '.-.! rwpftlo rvist, brJIHsutly iUumisateii ttUS :.-.ir;-rl tvt.;Dj basks of fowera, i4.h peop. la tbe :r rs th familiar bun a!a7 rrtsfut ta a rom tcre fsch v-reoa is trying to uremic at tise sane tiaie. On !1 t.'.les cne Leard frtsrot'cts of iafpt eoavcTiAtion. "Ho Fxi of j-ou to come! How well yc-j're loo-iing. my dear." "7,rr taabar.d? Ob. he's t tfc club. IriP peter, b uiinvL Ife bate i "I've n-'H-b a. tcrr!l ...

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 April 1911

ONCE A TELEGRAPH OPERATOR 1 4.f h:, v my. T'rilted Rlutes Senator Georpe S. Nixon of Nevada Ih R man of varied nttulninrntm. Ha never held nn oIRco In his llfo except otio term In tha Mate legislature rb a Mate repronenta tlvo until he wn Bert to the United States senate. Senator Nixon pot his Ftart In llfo cs a teleRraiih operator. It nust have bf?n mighty pcyins, as he Is bow the owner of several hunks, land and a theater or two, all of Tvhlch ere said to be worth at least 10 millions of dollars. A story of one of his feats of telegraphy has recently heen told. He v.ns on one of the California limited a few years ago, when there was a wreck. They were away off from no where, so to tpenk, with the methods of communication cut off. The con ductor of the limited uaid that they had a telegraph instrument aboard, and always carried It. hut unfortu nately there was no one that could Senator Nixon heard him, called for the Instrument, and 'V. THE PRICE OF LAMD INCREASING THE HAIR WILL SU...

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. — 21 April 1911

a . i i ! A . '. .1. i . I. ' t ''1 Vv.n. r.'iw!i-m. Ami. i ., ! icr fl. I rfoit'icrnian. Savin 1 fa W at j r f ' - (k V. k. iiM-niwl n a r r f CAl'ITAL s nanus Accounts of individuals, business sn J corporations .'elicited, Ir.UTfSt on Time Deposits an J Savings Ac courts at rate of 4 per center annum mooting in Jackson, ca'ifd f:r f,he purpo'-e of ir .structir.iT them in the judging of corn, by get tin j a li?t of their names from men of different communities ami sending them personal ap peals by cord or letter. This fsugjrestif-n found general favor and it i;..s ri- tcrmincd to act on it. In - '..-r i secure his regular ai.d eo titi'n d co opera tion which gave proii.ito of be ing of the greatest value to the work of the Association, Supt. McDonald was elected a director and accepted a place as advisory superintendent of the Farmers' Show. There is only one regret ! in connection with this and that action must be taken so late in the season. It will probably be mar the last of Ap...

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. — 21 April 1911

f I trp Til V' JIT A r- T (ESTABLISHED 1806 CAPITAL SURPLUS 5100,000.00 25,000.00 i si aieaoie A' I Oldest Bank. in. Southeast Missouri having largo capital, exceptional strength antlYstnblished i'ncilit is, solicit your pat ronage witli-uniideiKH' in its ability to ex tend every accommodation for business consistent with sound hanking methods. OFFICERS L. J. ALPKRT. President II. It. OLIVER, Vlee-pres. H. L. MAHIEN, (.'ashler I. h. LILLY, Asst. Cashier CHARTER IX. F1LENCK ensued. Valentine was plainly Buffering frora tin.- blow. Then an expres sion of confidence cam Into Valentine's face. He seated himself on a sofa at the left of the room. "Sho'll be buck," he said. "Toil fol lows are Just liUe Izzy Sneddon. He always said women didn't amount to uiiK'li. Guess that was because one or the barmaids at the Cheshire Choeso In Loudon peached ou hliu to the Scot laud Yard bulls, mid he had to make a quirk getaway hidden Under tho coal In" a freight steamer. Rut thin girl Is different fr...

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. — 21 April 1911

rmrawKH 1 f'T-'.TS, Lo of ito - r r r f Morale) l-i,i,liB)iln) Co. 1 c c i mat. o t: a u - . ki s : o j f-u TT;o ;;!!.?. i ' kne: a Is Increasing ' in T'l.ii.-i.'c-'pl-lii. T", I la (!,r. wnvon vhc.i f.h In con-Ir-Ur-rr.! a. fr,o bre-.Iu food. The harrin tOiirt pccthm destined X6 a fci:i-.rt llfo iv.ul iin exciting one. In HuamI.i they n)1i thot hit rem -skirt !a "Jui'oc uiU.tto." That oui.i.t to til! , Our lint Ion t;f the li-lgM of folly 1 Inn nil attempt to shoot up an ocean. Minor. . Tlve crusado Rxnlnv-t the housefly UiU year I to bo exceedingly strenn- Mn has worn t Iso trainers too lens I to allow women to appropriate them (without protest. Sleeping sickness Is said to be car .ried hy gold -fifth. Don't allow your ifiold-flsh to run at large. Among those who are not kicking Hhout the weather are the youthful sportsmen who play "inlbs." Black frost bns killed tho Ceorgla Teach crop, though perhaps white ficst would havo been as bad. Despite electricity in Its various OSes, the...

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. — 21 April 1911

f:o won c 11. (iOD'S HIT FOR NE of the most Interesting side ? Y HrMs on American nnval life, 1 j nnd one that gives Insight as to ri yT Mho kind-heartedness of Undo -3S HJ1N wul Wive) I ii k rV "-" j J j ) U ' "-''A I 1 vv-: ' ; - "' 'V;-- " ' & I ) 4J Sfswvtyy &r rx&- I , V V: J I ' ) ) W f ' Nk.r I : " --v "III I if j I v. - ""-. St -Vif-' : ' - ., , . ' v. i r . v. i...-., x I'-' - l ..ii X' ? I ...... ?f ' ' ' Xi- V ' . . X Hnm'8 blue Jackets, Is affurdod by 1h re nnd uffectlon bo stowed upon lho itmacots or pota or our warHhlpa. Thoro la prob ably not a ulnglo craft, big or Ut tlo, In tho whole American navy, thai tms not lta mascot, aud la many Instannes particularly In the case of big battleships there are aboard anywhere from two to hall a dozen poiu that vlo with ono another for the homfSRo duo a ship's mnacot. Tho number of petn or mascots aboard Bhlp depends HnmnXhnt on the good titur of thn captain, for the commander of the warship has tho say as to wh.Hher ...

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. — 21 April 1911

r H do you Eoravov;? l'j;k never refused to loin where the security was K'K'd and tonus wore proper. V, o wn DO YOU LEND? pay you 4 per cent interest. til Goorj.ro Grant had business ;St. h:uh Thursday. ; Me.-'iaines L. Wallace and , D,.wis of Fruitland were in city cdncsday. Mrs. 1'. Ticrney St. Louis homo returned Tuesday in J. I he to ai- Ch:r dep Our . HAVE YOU NO SAFE? 't bows in our Fire-Proof Vault are at your service at a moderate cost. DO YOU SEND MONEY AVAY? i :.'.!(.:- drafts payallo in any part of the country tcr a few days visit ir this city. Tho medal contest Riven under i the auspices of the W. C. T. U. last Tuesday nijjht wan well at j tended. Miss M;ibel Foe won ! the pirl'a medal and Kelly Grant j was awarded the boy's medal. Laura Hall, Union, 111. Karl Ilu.dvind, Kcnnctt. Ida G os,-; a 40, PCennett. . Hen lienor. City. Sophia J. Iiau, City. Anthony T. Dauh-u ty, Delta. Pearl L. Bone", Allenville. Aug. F. Krarnur, City. Annie Kinder, City. OttDEIi OF PUP.LICATION ...

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