ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Cape County Herald, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 1,026 items from Cape County Herald, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
1,026 results
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 9 August 1912

, iMNAriONAl SMYSL Lesson (By E. O. 8KIXKK8, Director of Ee ntm IH'purimont, Tha Moody Illbl'i Institute of Chlf-ago.) LESSON FOR AUG. 11. A TROUBLED SEA AND A TROU BLED SOUL. LKRRON TEXT Murk 4:3S to 6:10. OOI.DKN T10XT "Uoil Is our rpfuir (Bnd utrpnE'h, & very present holp In Irou lilo. Therefore will wo not fvar, though the earth do clinn(r, anil though the mountains be removed Into the heart of the lea." I's. 4!i:l-. We now turn from our studios In the manifesto or Inaugural address of Jesus to one of the outstanding Inci dents of his life of service. This losson Is a dramatic one, llshls and shadows, surprise and revelation, rebuke and encouragement ure rapid ly mingled. The subject of the les json Is well chosen. Leaving the multi tude to whom he had been preaching, Jesus commands that they pasH over (to the other side of the lake, v.' 85. ("Let us pass over," ho says. Jesus never asks his disciples to go where (he will not go or has not been before. .How touchlngly vivid ...

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. — 9 August 1912

Cn fr"-f" TTr-l I'OniCE OF THE MISSOURI W- AAuit-iU ctatt- rnAPn nr trersxl'y (!)'. J.icKson Herald) rnl.'.i--ii(-d every Kiiil.iy by the rnuin uiii.iMUNf; nnirwY, K. C IIxi (HI, IyJitnr. Kntcn.J hs post oilier xindc r 1h" net srenii'l clntjH matter it Rt Cape Clirnidteui, Mo ,.f Siaieh 3. IS79. IliON ORES IN STATE OF MISSOURI. I'issouri Geological Survey Re- port Showing Important Deposits. According to a report just is sued by the Missouri Geological Survey there are millions of tons of iron ore in the Ozark region awaiting the miners pick. Ac cording to this volume Missouri has a greater variety of iron ores than any str.te in the Mis sissippi Valley, and although j mining has been carried on for ; over a century there are hun dreds of deposits that have not been worked and which, if prop erly developed, can produce suffi cient ore to support a large smelting industry. Missouri has produced 10,000. 000 tons of iron ore, the mining camps being retricted largely to four producing a...

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. — 9 August 1912

A MISTAKE -AND AMISS By ARTHUR W. TEACH (ffpyrlKht. )!1'.'. lv A ..)( lriti-,1 Llimn The manager of the Avenue Garage J turned with on fesxloua fare from the telephone. Ho looked across at the ' neat, well dresKeil ycnna; fellow loung In his office, i "Ny George! I'm In for It! 1 upreed to have my bent driver here for a party lltln afternoon, and I haven't pot a man on the place; anil here's a call from the best customer 1 have. I can't go myself." The young fellow straightened up. "Look not so worried, tileasop, why wouldn't I do?" The niin;i.-er t-tared, then his nnx lotig f.iee eased. "Hilton, If you will ; do this for me, I'll be your slave, for the. next decade. Hut. If you go, re member you aren't driving that, bit! ypi'eder of your, and forp.'t, too, that you are tlie only Kon of a inultl mil llonalre, and remember that you aren't to talk unless you're auked to. Hut if you "111 help nie out I will remember it, I nHMire you." "Oil, I'm game; It's a new kind ef a lark; and I wi...

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. — 9 August 1912

Herald Publishing C. . CAPE GIRARDEAU : , the. short wi!sM tco d'n!tr U iot n universe! ta onre ho wn. ' Th prinre of WbIph In of loKil sg", fcut ba not been fclven a nlsht key. Philadelphia la to have a 81 story J5t)l. It Is trying to keep step with Kuw York. j "Absolute divorce end the custody Iff the dog," la the way an eaateru "XT?o reads. Mry had a little lamb, and now that the price hna dropped a little, she chq have a little more. A woman looks under the bPd for a ipvm, while a man looks around to see If he can find a dictograph. j More than 27,000,000 clfinretten are rmokod each day In the United States. Would Dot that slain your flngorsT ; In the weather lino the year con tinues to show a disposition to go to xtremos more Interesting than popu lar. The fact that Kan Corrlgan, a rret ky newsglrl. Is to marry a very rich ;tnan In further proof of the power of (the press. 1 A noted poet Is reported a dead of digestion. Ever has It bean difficult to harmonise the muse and the b...

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. — 9 August 1912

tin CIVIL WAR FIFTY YEARS AGO THIS WEEK July 22, 1862. Major General Bhcrman took com mand at Memphis, Tenn. Four hun dred citizens took the oath of alle giance, and 130 were provided with passes to go south. General DIx, on tho part of the United States, and General Hill, act ing for the Confederate States, ar ranged an Immediate and general ex change of prisoners. President Lincoln Issued an order concerning foreign residents In the "United States, directing military offi cers to refrain from Imposing the oath of allegiance upon them, but to adopt Much other restrictions In lieu as they might think necessary for the public safety. The steamer Ceres was fired Into by the Confederates at a point below VIcksburg and Captain lirooks of the Seventh Vermont was killed. Governor Oumble of Missouri au thorized General Schofield to organize the entire mint la of the st ate and uso It In defense against the hands of partisans who -were committing much desultory mischief. President Lincoln I...

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. — 9 August 1912

i t -' t (- t . : . .41 wl 1 t u H Lcuii V.irnHvort of Cape va';i a Jackson visitor Sunday. A. Itehrcns went to St. L'v.iis Tup ?..' ay pvenincr on a l:;.-ir,' -s trip. U. v. Burton return eJ home from Arcadia, Mo., Monday ,'ft"rrwi. A. I). Hubbard left Tuesday for a ew days in Stoddard and Ihir.kiin counties. Tl o "Gem Theatre" put on an extra show Tuesday evening which was well attended. Cress IIo;te and family of Poeahonlas were Jackson visit ors Wednesday. Messers. llotts and Goyd of England, Ark., are visiting in Jackson this week. f.Iessers. March Morton and Hahs of Daisy. Mo., were Jack son visitors Wednesday. Probate Court will be in regai Jar session next week, lasting .all the week. Mrs. Si Harris of Sikeston, is the guest of her daughter, Mrs, Alvin Kneibert in this city. Mi 33 Louise Helmkampf entertained a number of her friends Tuesday night with a slumber party. County Court will be in ses sion all this week. There was no court Tuesday on account of election day. C. H....

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. — 16 August 1912

fiut Is'orinaUiol.ool Jul is n 7 pair it 12 '"-1 r. r ' 1 M .. & " i! 4 U 3 I 1 ti- ;a(r,J w VjxHjfc ...' .e: .'.,.. ,7r"- Q IKE PtCPLE'S PAPER "AM. THE MT.W J THAT'S TIT TO THIN T" si":::?.!PTicri feice, $i.c3 a year, n nwzz Vol. XIV Cape Girardeau, Missouri, Friday, August 16, 1912 No. 33 T3 A 7TT)7i LOCAL HUB CEHEOAL Mrs. R. M. Cowan is visiting relatives in Ancill this week. J. E. Buxton left yesterday for points in Arkansas. E. C. Ramsey left yesterday for points in Illinois. Mr. and Mrs. Ilarley Clarkton, visited here Finley of Tuesday. Ringling Rros. here next month, circus will be Sept. 11. Lawrence business in dav. Rodibaugh Portageville had Tues- Miss Genevieve Iloch is spend ing a few weeks at Michigan ana other points. Lee Lang, of Langs shoe store, went to St. Louis Sunday, where he bought a nice line of shoes. Mr. and Mrs I. D. Ramsey, aft er a weeks stay in Illinois, returned home Monday. Misa Estella Chappuis friends and relatives in this week. visited Menfro Mis...

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. — 16 August 1912

SWEDEN'S WOMEN AT THE OLYMPIC "GAES DESIGNS If! DRAPERIES IWNATIONAL 91IWSCI100L Lessor (I'V V. O KI'l. MiltS, Mrcrtnr of Kve tuiur l.-i"rl"""'. M'""1 u,bI JiiMtltutn "f iiilciiKO.J THE RULER'S DAUGHTER. Ca;:nly IhrcU ; Hfr4 fj Li ' s.-i r 5 C. . I i STYLES OFFERED GIVE HOUSE WIVES A WIDE CHOICE. 7A5 CLAD TO ESCAPE AUVE Rwittlri Experience et tno'!H O fl ew WM Ir-frutied on -crd Merv kfV -of Ir dia. Tn r-.r'.f cf In .'' r".:By Kr rc',r."r.J in l-;.,v; of worship. r." cf the rriarljal :0i:ir tr.!np' U t N'oddea, Sjrh vcceralio'fl U V.iowa here to Hunln.an, the monkey r3. tbat vl&ltcr cr not eater the' r&urt of tte teup without rcmovin t"'r shoes. ' Oa one ceaelna aa EngiUb cEcr, In rsUs j tb country nar Noddea, chaaced to "troll Into a bamboo Jungle, wbn lis bent had -put to" for it eight He bad not advanced far befor fc bard terrific Hiprewr all !t tim, b4 was not a little alarme-a t tetoM a whc.: army cf the larjeat tnoiiejs b td Tr te?n tiiAi..'r.g toward hhn from all quar...

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. — 16 August 1912

Itst IVorinaJisohool Jul i!i Jl OPERATE COAT BY Wi.ULCSS .2 M V. e mnm a I Ac Shooting a Great Butterfly I - ' t I . v ' . s, , , i - ., - 1 3 - .. .. .,.- . V " - ' rj ' ...... 'i y ' ; i I -H'y '-V-t "l - ' : ) " ' : ; : '. . 1. 1 - ' i t VVf'(5' J4 " V- . 4 r ." .v 4 s- s Down In New Guinea is found a giant butterfly which the ccientistt have named the Troldee Chimera and which the natives catch by thooting .it with a four-pronged arrow, the same weapon that is used to kill small birds. The Immense insects also are trapped in nets made of spiders' web. A noted col lector recently spent seven weeks In one place before he could obtain a male specimen. STRANGE GREENLAND TREE Dauphin county, Pennsylvania, con tains the only tree of Its kind In the world, a species of Greenland fir, and although less than a foot high the circumference of the space covered by its branches Is sixty feet. This tree is located on the Sbenk farm In Dull Krog valley. It Is at least 200 years old. and from a...

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. — 16 August 1912

f-'-t.x C ' Ur T Tr ! value of the shippeh. 'Says Titanic's C?ptain Lives. I't! i "y II)" Jackm-m llerfiU'l 'The Pert He Play It Buying and Sci'tng live Btotk. :: u i ri rs isimm; ro' K. ('. Huron, r.iit'ir. the tV. J T!ii live E.)ui-k s!t'ppT ' 8,1 i'viyor jt.uit factor in tlm modern selling f.vb )te;i. His iii'H ami Ivnofit are ninny. 1 1 i : h fust setviro t the industry Is to round up consign nit'iii from farmers who won'iln't til ln-f tM have the ben efit df n good market. The farmer vlth only a feu head or half a car hud can't send Lis Bluff to market likmxlf. Ho hasn't enough of It to make it pay And probably lid mixed stuff. Hp has some medium weight hriRR a Awn or so, t. few plpn, a couple of heifers, a row u'jd maybe a bull. The animals are pood enough, lint the buyers don't want them tn such small lots. The hogs must be bunched in with other hogs, enough to make a oar load. This the shipper ilot'B by buying other bogs of tha same weight ami semis them Into th National Sto...

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. — 16 August 1912

Stt formal. Vohool Jul 2". h Official Result of Primary Held in Cap Girardeau County, Tuesday, Aug. 6, 1912. 'y.', r:j y ti x; t ; r ti 4 n ie n 'o ie g ). r tt il Il llihbi l R i r. a I x - r ! -5 ' - Candidates Z U !- : r All the Latest Styles REPUBLICAN TICKET I i ' ! 1 : I i , i . i , f ' i' iii 94 lii'.i 222 1.".2 2S .Is 2' 2!i 2.: 2.'. 4.1 12 tIS l',3 24 7s 55 2l 22 IS if, 1 :ix 1 Hi. 1 3 2. 11 12 0 2't 2H I T 7 2 8.3 3 2 4 12 2 12 1, 121! 1 "I ! 24 2D .,4 4!t H 34 2 " 4 11 i i 4 2 I 2 1 3c3 "s ?' Itl I"i 121 1C4 ."'.21 27H 4" 75 3fi 30 30 42 4'i 14 S3 0,", 24 S5 4 3 11 23 21 IS 2or IS 42 '14 ;,'! S5 S2.i ?n ',' 57 127 112 12 r.s it; i; 1 1 22 2c. ; n; 2d 7 4! 22 m 2. 7 7 tr,o' 2s 23 1 75 ti.". 78 153 '1 iH 2-. H 17 2n J M 17 M; S 27 t'j 1! 32 35 8 3 11 II : !22. 5 l!i 1 7 !t 131 h;.: 12 2::. 41 M. 1 3! 31 11 5i. 14 S2 Ii7 2f ,v5 f,4 2'i : l!i 2n51 '.1 54 31 H :"5 ::)22 2i 5 i;3 17 4 4 22 "2 Colli -MM .. ."4 .".1 r. 23 '.i m 1! 2.". IS 3 5! 51 '.11 122 12': 21 11 15 22 U", 22 ...

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. — 16 August 1912

8FRI A! GTQRY f (TJoMans 011 A ROMANCE lf Lonis Jojpph Vance Illustration 1y Ry Yi'aJiers (coitfnsut, igio,b7 Louts josepu Y'ao. SYNOPSIS. Hnrrett roast. yoiinK rnrin of New York CItv, meets Douglas Blackstock. who Invitee him to a card party. Hs accepts, Although he dislikes Hlackstock, the rca 'n beltiK 1 m t both are In love with Kath arine Thaxter. Coast fall to convince her hut Blackstock Is unworthy of tier (friendship At tbe party Const meet two inumed Dundaa and Van Tuyl. There l quarrel, ami Dlarkstork ahoota Van Tuvl dean. Coast smingles to wrest the "weapon from him, thus the police dls mvir them. Count Is arrested for murder, lie Is convicted, but as lie begins his sen tence. Dundas names JllackBlock as the murderer and kills himself. Coast be monies free, hut Blackstock has married Katherlne Thaxter and fled. Coast pur chases a yecht and while sailing sees a nan thrown from a distant boat. Us res cues the fellow who Is named A.ppleyard, They arrive at a lonely Island, k...

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. — 16 August 1912

Stat Formal ohool JuL" " ii rt ii il r V,.J FAVOR INDIAN RUNNER DUCKS Hardest of All Domestic Fowls fend Do Equally n Well Confined 93 on Free Range. Indian ltunner ducks live tho haidlci't cf (ill domestic fowls. As they do !Uii)!y well In ronfisii'iiicrit or on free ran;;", they may bo profit ably ! p t l.y persons In own or city u veil as fiy farmerx. They do not require pond or running water Just wi.ter to drink In. something deep enough bo the whole head can bo Im mersed, says tho Interstate Poultry mnn. They l:iny bo kept more cheap ly on free ranee, as they will find mnny things of little cr no value, such ds b;pp. worms, grasshoppers, grass, etc. These they convert Into larse white cr:,"1, which If not paid for h.-.t! hiiiK will command several cents uliove the market price of hen egijs and tt Easter will brim; twice us much. They do not differ In flavor from .':on ep;r,s, but are superior for all kinds of cooking. As a tablo fowl 111 Indian Itunncr duck Is excellent. The r....

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. — 16 August 1912

!' t, t " T V t V,', McNcc'.yof Hickory Ri i,:ro.-va3 in'. the city Saturday. Prolute Court is in session V ' week, it being the regular August term. Thoir.as J. I'.eardsley cf Rar.-d-Av wr.s transacting business in J. ,v-.):i the first of the week, ' Mr. an J I.Irs. A. C. Wacom ppent Sunday with friends at Oak Ridge. The Methodist ladies met Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. John Uaugherty. MofHt Wallace has gone to Lutusville to do some carpenter work. rioa3 Snider is home this week on account of the illness of his mother. Mr. and Mrs. Kelso and daugh ter were Jackson visitors Tues day. Ex-Judge William Thompson, Oak Ridge, was in the city the first of the week. Attorney Lafe Caruthers of Cape Girardeau, was in the city Monday, transacting business. Mrs. Gusta Cunningham and children of Fredericktown, are visiting relatives in Fruitland and Leemon neighborhoods. Mis3 Agnes Morton returned lome Tuesday after a few days visit with friends at Ste. Gene eive. Mo. Moss Wallace returned hom...

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. — 23 August 1912

Stt ICcrmalJjoIiool Jul i.s u 3 A J 7 F',7 A er ft -7 31 ft aw i Mi Ji vAJI ..if) JJq V i jsss. v , HmxCmI 3 I THE PEOPLE'S PAPER -au. rae ke tsats m to miht- SUSSCRlPTiC PRiSt, J1.0J A YEAR, IN ASYC:t Vol. XIV Cape Girardeau, Missouri, Friday, August 23. 1912 No.34 LOCAL AIID GENERAL Garnt't Morton, of Jackson, wa3 a Herald visitor Thursday morning. Alvin Milde of Jackson was a Cape visitor Thursday. Mrs. P. this week lesion. R. Smith is spending with friends at Char- Miss May Greene is spending a few days with friends at Sikes ton. Miss Mary Wilk of Wisconsin, is visiting her sister, Mrs. F. N. Nierman, of South Pacific St. . Ben Shackelford, who has been attending the state univer sity, is at home on a vacation. Eddie Gockel, an employe of the Frisco at Chaffee, visited in the Cape Wednesday. Mrs. S. M. Anderson of Texas, is visiting relatives and friends here this week. J. II. Himmelberger and J. H. Friant had business in St. Louis this week. Mrs. Ed. Emboden, of North Lorirnier...

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. — 23 August 1912

.p. , ,,, . r ; ; fu!'" t .-. t.o " " ..-4' I 5 I, ' i , J-S.-5-H : a : - J r f ti .".. " " !Tn -,-' rv r,f ?. P"TCil.Y I .-:- . of ' ' .W . i' f- I"-" S S' tca for siy. , J'.'-t. ...:; i s i r j -. ' rT " f A V W b- 9 7.. "MI-IT-'-' w -..( -A P. . 1- .-'..., f. " .. f' .-'- '- ra- j t : A U- ".'-. sr " ! Mri '.-.In -i V.t T-it. T"-r M i v.i t a .? ai4 r- n. T-.T .rrf,. t . L, , . - s u i Si Ktti t .-r-. 4.r-j "it t- ! p. .v:vrr r-' -. c...- t!st t sM. s-t i H t t "r.f, a rrz?nr vl a tt-V. ".,; tef.-.t hT tr.t frr ii,.'rtM i?fiyiAT5 Via T''. WW fi.'.jrwli r.,i "T.:r.T. fc'ifT r Tir flrr ' . frit fr ! r-.-t.f As-c'-'irf. t.,r til t .vs S3 .jf.-jr. trr. r- ''I f t3 tv. rr'.t rn 1 K -v1. r j r. ar - vf I - fcr-i L t-.i- r -.V r t'4 rr.f a e' r a n nr. t fr.- t ft .r.. ff. i f. i-Jk-" "" .T. A r.''' ; rr y-T c.iira ar a!- '."y! f t: a . p,-,-i-' :'.' t'rr.. rr.'" '? a'i J t E. '. rt -ir. 'V..t a.-:rt K:k-.r-r f K t-'n'-1 or. ari lr''.J,rr , h'Tr. ..( t'-y I T.iir..i'.o th '- i't Irr. ! ...

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. — 23 August 1912

re CIVIL WAR FIFTY YEARS AGO THIS WEEK Augutt 5, 1862. HoiTuitiiiR for tho old and nnw rest Dicnts under l!io mil of President Lin-rolu-I'or 300,000 men was carried on with groat vlRor throughout tho north, tltizoiiH of every mate milking extreme efforts to biliiK their utatu'e eullKtmciit up to the full quota. The war !iirtni,'nt of tho United Elates Issued an order exempting from tho recent order for a draft all men who had actually been employed In constructing or operating telegraph lines at tho time the draft order was Issued. Tho exemption was made on trie basis that the telofirnuh lines, be Ing used for military purposes, were, In a way a part of tho military nerv ine. Tho battle, of Union House, In., was foiiKht between a force of ('onf! der ates under General lliecl.enriilv.o and National;', under Gen. Thomas Wil llaniK. Tho Confederates, nttacklng at CayliKht, precipitated a n;iv;i:o con flict in whicli tlie National troop were driven from their pohltiou In consider able) ...

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. — 23 August 1912

Cr ir lie ml A Enthused over the prospect ofe- i-w. KQiAy crfctMjloctini?John c McKinleV( and ( FY Tiii"i '.v tbe JiuK("fn Herald) ruMNhed every Friday ly tin.' Pf.KALn nilUSlilMi 0UMY. . (.'. lloidii, F.litor. Entered n second rluss matter Ht the post office nt Cape Girardeau. Mo. vuder the not of March I!. 1 S79. IIcKINLEY THE WINNER WILL LEAD TO VICTORY. Republicans Feel Sure They Will Elect Their State Ticket This Year Major a Weak Candidate With Faulty Record The Maior-Gordon-Roach Trio Not in Good Standing1 With Democrats. Special Corospondence: Jefferson City. August 20 John C. McKinley, elected Lieu tenant Governor on the Republi can ticket in 1901 when Joseph W. Folk was eledted governor on the Democratic ticket, will be the next goverjior of Missouri. At least that is current opinion here among men most familiar with State politics. There are many sound reasons for such a confident prediction. Such a popular mansuch a vote getterwould be regarded as a strong opponent of th...

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. — 23 August 1912

New St. Louis Fair. Railroad rates to St. Louis have been reduced by the rail roads for fair week when the New St. Louis Fair, Sept. 2G, win be inaugurated. The reduction has l.e n announced by the St. Louis Ticket and Passenger Agents As sociation. Low rates will be in effect with in a radius of 200 miles of St. Louis. The roads have agreed to give a two cent rate and may later be induced to give a fair and a third rate. 1 The fair proper, including the finest fat cattle stock show in the Mississippi Valley, harness meet, racing, automobile show and races, and horse show and avia tion will la-t five days. Follow ing will be two days of auto mobile races and dare-devil speed 1 exhibitions. i There will be three running ! races every day with thorough- , bred events on Lig Thursday, , the day the fair officials have ; limited the attendance to 100,000 ! tK.rsnnc: Tlu- tickf ts for thohiir ; Tlmvclav nr now oincr sold for i 50 cents and after Sept. 1, the ' price is to be increased to...

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. — 23 August 1912

Cape Ccunty Herald Herald Puu', Ishlcg. Co. CA-GIRARDEAU MISSOURI Paining suits are made to fit the ccuslon. Murk the returned vacationer. By Us t.An jm shall know him. f-onie people K'J "J picnics and oth ra get ttielr shower bnths at home. Old General Humidity Is ones more ta supreme command of all the forces. Air pockets continue to cause trou ble, but nobody ever tries to pick them. The tides ebb and flow la politic! battles, but the fir Bets swatted all the time. Another way to avoid sunstroke la to let somebody else do the political wrangling. Airship or aeroplane. They can both become engines of death when the unforeseen happens. la Germany, too, the birth rate 1 declining. Is the whole human race o!Dg to commit suicide? New York has again given evidence of Its dislike of dead ones by avert ing the hearse drivers' strike. Not until his wife goes away on a vacation does a man fully realize the Joys of wer as a summer sport. Conflicting emotions sway the girt who Is a delight t...

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