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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 23 August 1912

O'BRIEN'3 MISTAKE. ... i y ' i i i - --- - fTDgTOGRESSo W . v I 1 cnur Tiirwct ftlP 'AtTCV 1 Almost Unlimited Domand for the Paradise Feathers SOME THINGS THE BUSY WORKER IS DOING FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF CIVILIZATION , v I ORLD I i a ii 1 iV .if- ;S Jo. LMOST overnight, some fashions and fads become a furore, and It seems as If every woman, from Maine to California, wants one particular kind of hat, or shoe, or feather at the (same moment. If the object of this sudden fancy Is within easy reach (that la, if its piico is low) its popularity is brief, because any idea becomes tiresome from too much repetition. Ittit If the tiling, which llnds itself suddenly in brisk demand, can only be secured In limited quanti ties, its price is likely to soar formally week j or even months. This is the case with the beautiful paradise feather which women have long admired. A spray of a few pre vious feathers, mounted in a pominm of ostrich or marabout, used to be considered hli achievement very well...

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. — 23 August 1912

""I T ;. - u Frc.i Kioa returned home JeiTer.rn City Friday. from Burn, to Mr. and Mrs. Louis chutt on last Sunday, a girl. Attorney Robert Ward of Ca-ruther-jvillo waa a Jackson visitor the first of this week. Mrs. II. II. Hope of St. Louis is vi.si.ing her mother Mrs. Anna Puis. Miches Bessie Limbaugh and Ethel McLain are visiting friends at Marble Hill this week. Mrs. Tom Copgrove i3 ente t3ininj the Home Missionary Society this afternoon. Joe Milde moved last week in to his new residence which is just completed. J. P. Mabrey moved last week into the property of Tom Taylor, Theodore Randol moving into the house vacated by Mr. Mabrey. Mr. and Mrs. John Davis of Commerce, visited the first of the week with Mr. and Mrs. Keel ing of this city. Mrs. John Daugherty and Mrs. Lou McCombs visited Mrs. Mary Woods at Fruitland Tuesday. Conductor Perkey and Train dispatcher Perkey, of Cape Gir ardeau, were in Jackson Wednes day, attending court. Miss Amandia Schneider who has been ill for se...

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. — 30 August 1912

Vol. XIV LQQL AlD Gnu !'! L Cape Girardeau, Missouri. Friday, August 30, 1912 No. Wm. Wessell, Jr.. of Jackson, had business here Monday. " . Vaudeville and pictures at the Lyric. Miss Clara Nomd after a short visit with friends here, returned to her home at Benton Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Kies and daugter, Tracy, attended home comers at Jackson this week. Large crowds from the Cape are attending the home-comers reunion at Jackson this week. , Assistant Superintendent, Gy I93 and Clairborne of the Frisco, had business here Thursday. The revival meeting at Juden school house will continue each night this week and over Sunday. Judge Hays and wife, of Jack son, were over at the Cape Mon day, shopping. Rev. Riggan, of Jackson, was a pleasant caller at the Herald office Monday. Mrs. B. II. Murphy of Bonne Terre, is visiting her parents this week, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Sharp. Walter Vand and Elmer Buel temann, left Wednesday morn ing for Fort Worth, Tex., where they will enter school. Miss...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 30 August 1912

Tbe arrae man CMirttJ-Tp" i n.arrlitr. acccrdine to lb b'.Dt. Not 8 Bd. -! doo t bow yoa can nd llfw worth living If ""Van -Oh It a not no bad. V. probably bare Juit an many pranda! tre a r 7 "I"" f r " t p "'" hs'T TO"? jpr ri"Y ,.4) t .'. J f . FT." '4 ft i I (?T E.O. ?"'JT.!;!' tt-tr f F.'i-tlna Pi' : -.. thre arc LmiAnom aiMSaiooL Lesson 'iv, f to la ter k'zd 5 if t ai ba -i: k to I i i it w!s. ?. c ! :. r Ir a c "grva -'-st ;-ri t? la e-;r M:k. It Ms'ti n?-tJk cf a x-:- to i;k atI": th j it t-e ;J rU-xa tier wtsj a Tsry ?'.r. k on ti walL Ui ccye4 ii' Lifr?r:v.lsit: ! "fur ?CvT tlli asi fa at thr:.f, I t. ki'-ti-a :r y.v-1 wit t.. Tir ar t 1.3 .ft i S.i c-ir t-s. r.t-a. ; Ttat ' rrj V.-.i" H ra,ill. fit- ,' ti-g iu ta e o-arrK c?, .pettier oat ; cf f-'i1. kzi tbv.S ??.r BOi-!- I ia i:s t.ll a:. I c;.ve El '.: 1 t&ro.:ii t HrVa. F.-.r.k bred fil'.i '..a tie trtiAt cf '.-e bzg:7- T-iey kv'e' a: tie siga acl cared to j lock b-3 farther. Mor. of us ar f K''.t-t It ac-tept 3 fi:...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 30 August 1912

rnor.i the elderberry TRY TillS DESSERT FXCIPE WERE NOT AT ALL CIVERTIM3 ' 1 . , i . i , , Alabaster Sphinx of Egypt i a... -." i K, j? . jr Tie accompanying picture shows the wonderful alabaster Sphinx that was recently excavated near Memphis, Egypt. It Is believed to be the largest object carved out of a single block of alabaster In the world. The next largest Egyptian object In this material Is probably the magnificent sarcophagus of Setl I., who died In 1370 B. C, which Is now the principal treasure of the little museum In Lincoln's Inn Fields, London, that bears the name of Sir John 8oane. The discovery of the alabaster Sphinx was made about a year ago, when, on the marshy plains of Memphis, on the road to Sakkareh, a member of the British School In Egypt found a curiously carved object sticking out of a and embankment. Tho season was so far advanced that nothing could then be done, but thla year the excavators went to work, and the object was found to be the tall of a Sphinx. ...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 30 August 1912

'"tw '" n !. ! - f f v T T ' ' f jHt-'hHiin J 1" ni Id) rul.'.Kh'-i) (iriy Fri.liiv l.y tlin I',. C. ihn ini. lvllfir. riie-r':l us f-"'"ml fi.'iH-! Dinttcr nt b post !!ii' it Capo tilrai dean, Mo. vr.'.Ii r the act of March 3. 1ST9. Congressmen and Senators will irct no vacation this year. I're.side nt Taft vetoed it. S'onni men would ralher be ru;ht than president because thoy are always wrong and couldn't be president if they would. After candidates and campaign committees pet done with buy ing stamps this year thev will all be willing to stand up for the one cent postage proposition. If the Democratic campaign leaders can ki- Wilson busy as liovernor of New Jersey he may not lack so many votes in November. President Taft vetoed the Dem ocratic wool bill because there was mere politics than wool in it. His vote made some of the Democratic leaders feci sheepish. o The schoolmaster in politics is making some of the big boys in the political economy class wish he would declare an in...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 30 August 1912

A fendar.ts in the sum of $3500. Now trial overruled and case appealed to the at. Louis Court of appeals. I T. E. Hints and Wilson Crac- mer and Thomas F. Lane, corn ! mitt.ee appointed by the court, Circuit Court Proceedings. Stanley Wright vs. Cre Gi rardeau Chester and Perryville II. II. Co., damages for loss of limb; trial by jury and verdict for damages $5000. Adam Co.v vs. Fris-co l. R Co., amended papers filed, an,i j to draft resolutions touching the motion for cost bond sustained; j hfe and works ot' 'liable ' continued . Linus Sanford, deceased, being a mem her of the oar, mads re- l tiort uhicli wt unanimous! v adopted by the bar and said resolutions ordered spread on Louis Much vs. Barbara Uuch, i the record, partition, ordered that attorney ! " , fee of $150 be allowed E. D. Hays, and A.M. Spradling $15.00 as guardian adlitum. Minnie llodjje vs. Monroe J Walker, damages; ordered that j plaintiff deposit $1') in lieu of ; 13. Walcher vs. C. A. McDon ald ft al, trial by j...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 30 August 1912

E A A A k ) GTOtlY 1 A ROMANCE 7 Iv.!j Joseyli Vance is i! I Ditlraiioni If aj Wa!icr wVPrilfcUt, VJO b7 i-UUU Jopitt V AXIOM.) SYNOPSIS. CVirrirt COft't. ft yotmir mnn rtf Nw Vi:k Oiy. n-( I hiiikIkh niaclietwk. who ltviti fo n ord r-flrty. prft. lliiuiih he illllk. IlUnkntock, th ra n blntr that both arc In love with Kath- rtno Tbailpr. Coast falls to convince tiT that tlUrkatork U unworthy of her f ri!iili)i;D. At th rmriv t'OMKt nic'ln two iartii I hinds and Van Tuyl. Them l qiihwI, and HlarkaKK-k ahoota Van Tuvl rtoad. Coaat atruKKl" to wwnt the r-ioii from htin. thus the pollue rt rovi r them, Coaat la aritl for murder. H la convlrtil, but h belnn hla n tnrrt, X'umltt rHmv Hiurknvovk aa tUa enintrpr and k!H hlnmelf. Coaat be-'otiu-a free but Warkmoc.k tins married Kathe rlne Thaxtr and (lad. Coast pur-i-h' a yacht and while sailing e-a a nan thrown from a dlatiint boat. H re ua the ffllow who la named Appleyard. Thoy arrive at a lonely Island, known aa No Man's F.and. Coo.i at...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 30 August 1912

NATURAsXY. r r m S T" f " Hi kit. Hi i r Mr. PetVe's Explanation as to Reason Somewhat Dispelled the Odor cf Romanes, , A.t r T l V " Mi HER LITTLE HAND IN HIS twJ Uj ha ii i r it DAIRY HOUSE IS CONVENIENT WH and Floor of Sanitary Building Should Be of Reinforced Con crete Cott It Smalt. Every dairyman soII'iir milk to a creamery or cheese fuctory or city trado, or making dairy butter cm hi farm, should liavo a military dalry houso. This building should be separ ruto from the stable and other build ings on tbo farm and should be well foi Sanitary Dairy House. supplied with water. Milk for any purpose muni be kept In a clean, well ventilated place. Solid concrete dairy houses, such s are found on tbe large dairy farma, are to be recommended. A building 12 by 14 feet in large enough for a herd of twenty to tweuty-flve cows. The accompanying floor plan, from the Dairy Farmer, Illustrates a very convenient farmers' dairy house. The bU of the rooms may be varied to suit the Individual ne...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 30 August 1912

'- i i.- i " 1 a t 'f ; t t W. H. Clul-M-ilpM Jr., of C;';.o. nit,.- !.J Oirt Kond-w. Will lleyde returned Sunday from Sr Iksm. Choi'iOH Query is a Hnmo. Comer, Arriving early in the Jo Dchn'n, the Kelso Dank er, ;umI family, visited Jackson Thursday. Misses Nell and; Gertrude Sch-.vs'o left Friday for a wecl;3 , viVit in St. Louis. Miss T.-ydia Hays arrived Tues day to visit Mrs. Fred Goyert, and attend Home-Corners. Jud..re Henry Euleke spent two or three days in Jackson this week. j Mrs. Mary Wood returned Monday on the Str. Cape Girar deau from a visit in St Louis. Samuel Daugherty of Egypt Mills was a Jackson visitor Mon day. Mrs. Hermine Beckman of i St Louis is visiting Mrs. August W. Kuellmer. Harry Fellenweider, of St. Louis, formerly of Jackson, is visiting friends here this week. Rev. Lynn Ross and family returned Saturday from a few week3 vacation. Judge Robert Mabrey and Ex County Clerk, Langford, of Doniplian, Mo., were attending court here last week. Miss Martha Tumbl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 6 September 1912

) A 1 'S f W 7; O I . . ...-sawi IKE PrCPLE'S PAPES "ALL TCK KEWS TEAT'S TIT TO PRINT" J'JJSCfUHTlCl PRICE, SI.C3 A TE13. M A:VA;: Vol. XIV Cape Girardeau, Missouri, Friday, Sept. 6, 1912 No. 35 LOCAL AI2D GECERAL Judge Meyers of Sike3ton had business here Wednesday. Go to Garrett Glenn's men's department for furnishings. Frank Neal left Tuesday for the Pacific coast, where he will stay about a month. Harry Wagner of this city attended Home Comers last week. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Saunder are visiting Mrs. Saunder's brother, at Jacksonville, 111. Fred Brinkopf of St. Louis, visited friends and relatives here the first of the week. Mr. H. McFarland, of St. Louis, was a pleasant caller at the Her ald office Wednesday. After spending a few days at home. J. H. Friant returned to Moorehouse Tuesday afternoon. II. Hagen, of the Frisco gen eral freight department, had business here Wednesday. E. C. Weiss left Wednesday for Concordia, where he will enter school. Miss Ruth McAtee of Jackson, is ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 6 September 1912

f fr-rir ' TT..,..,7 V: C -... W . J A' i i.-. e n g. ' r,,u - - v.; 2 ."" '. , l3 to U'.. t n. J saws, i. ? 3 fiBV HANDKERCHIEF HAT l-lois- ft! i. He t!j a rxa there s ft, ' :Ttr w er.t to it, r i j en'r ri"d it tie :' tt fi; ft ; "3 TIIH CRIMINAL Tcs PcitJ c.r.i Sruht to Gcce Every Avrrrc-2 cf Ivr.cr.vl-:-::,:? Ur..:-- Id IB Gut. Tt-e I" tec tire SiC'-"s How Fu-i! Tbcse EcTirt? Were sr.i H :- e.e O'i Ai'.zc. M-rdcr iV-av tfi, - fc tj" jti W,JF -, 'IViJt r. a. i 1 :wri lfl t"4 4 ti irnV?r f ti f."a .ii.t t tt4 ?t a : i7 i i.'i.L . Ar.-T f ,-';. r.- sr. I t ".! J ra t !rl ! -;- f li.it Sli-Ttr., ihi rrTl '.! Co Cfirit cf S-rry Va ft f.c a.T.1 tr-fb. i t:iT Ji ti'J. tf.s'.irrlzr ill t- c!rr-r!'ttr-t. ft K t-f Will O- L-JamMjiMiiitiMir.i) T:r rt-t -"'. it itt:'.'r It v-.-L'.i te easier to p re- -c THECETCCt3C::NC0l'STE!?.!t"'. t;f: i'r.. Tl c 5y C-M T-"fiT!N3 CASE. ! f r: -a iVw k-J v-".J V--'-- rr-rt t tvs nr:e of '; j t .; it w at T-r Jr. " ' S- rtzrr: t i t-Ts ft l-'t vs4jf : ! tnA...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 6 September 1912

MIEDNATIONAL SUfMYSCilOOL '.Lesson tVy K.O. SKI. I KUS, Ilrrtt.r of Fvrnlpa; Jx-pnrtmont, The Moody lllbla Institute LESSON FOR SEPT. 8 QOGO&K Witli the World's Worker o REVIEW T PROGRESS THAT 13 EEING MADE ALONG ALL LINES f ENDEAVOR J - GID TINTYPE 12 ' . " CANDWICHE5 What's w tastier than HARD 'TO LIVE DOWN WHERE NAGGER HURTS H- ... Bad Reputation Has a Habit of Clinging and Making Its Presence Felt. AVOID FIRST WRONG STEP Single Act or Deed, Seemingly of Lit tle Moment, Will Kite Up In After Yeari to Claim Its Payment In the Grief of a Boy, or It May Be of a Man. Many a boy disgraced by some act cr deed tries to console hlmsolf with the thought that ho will be able to live It down. He seems not to appre ciate that a Blngle act or deed has much to do with reputation, and that reputation onco established remains unchanged with a great many people, if lilg reputation becomes had It will continue bad, even after he has turned over a new feaf and undertaken to live aa he should. A...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 6 September 1912

(F'rrn-ff'y U vry Kri by fitjutt 1 t Entf-re4 is i . 1 class rtmtur at tj.. post c-tr.e at Ope Girardeau. Mo. iD5tT the H' t f M.trc.b 3. The nw R; r Cerrtrnittee v ill i .;.;i-;sn oft at r.r.d cr; State Jcffer- Thrn the fur will flv. I Any how the Standard Oil Company is no longer a volun tary cr involuntary contributor to campaign fund. . 0,.., Missouri Republicans have passed through campaigns that ouphtto make everyone cf them thoroughly lcyal ond devoted to their party. . o- President Taf t's official record is much better than the official record of the Democratic con gress he forced to a conclusion after months of partisan pre tending. Between his mint juleps Col. Watterson dams the Democratic convention for nominating Wil son and expatiates upon the duty of Democrats to support their nominee. Woodrow Wilson wrote a book in which he contends that Chi nese labor is preferable, in this country, to that of foreign born Caucasian labor. His book has never been popular in labor ci...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 6 September 1912

t. tllllu' 1 H4i..i The OU Ori;:imJ Rij IV. at 1 Spotted Polaiids 50 llts i 30 Sows 20 Bozrs 50 Head AT IIORINC, JEFTEKSOlS COUNTY, MISSOURI THURSDAY, SEPT. 26, 1912, AT 12:30 O'CLOCK The hogs to be ottered, are all registered in the Standard Foland-China Record Association. They are of such breeding as Budweiser, Brandy wine, Jumbo Kind, Thousand Bound Expan sion, Clipper, Billy Sunday, etc. They are not the toy kind. They are the Original, Big Boned, Spotted Kindthe Farmers, Kind; the kind that grow large, smooth and farrow big litters. Our great 60w, Budweiser 'a Spotted Beauty, farrowed 2G pigs in three litters before she was 23 months old; her little sister, Budweiser'fe Spotted Mary, larrowed 23 pigs in the same length of time. These are the kind it pays to raise. Buy Them zi Your Own Price Sept. 26, 1912. IF YOU WANT A BOAR:' We will sell twenty of them; six ready for immediate use and fourteen not far behind. IF YOU WANT A BROOD SOW: We have thirty to offer; four that have a...

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

A! 'H ft' STORY f. 1 1 ft 1 1 TTw B7, 4 r ""i Italic! feT ROMANCE I I'y l.ou$ Joseph Vance EuriraSwra Ray Walters (Ccpiicht. laid, bj l.otit Jopb Vnc.) 1 SYNOPSIS. Oarrtt Pnnat, a. y mi n nun of Nw foik City. lunula IxjiikIhs lilaokRtock, who fiivtuea him to a crl party, llu accept a. although Jin iltfillkes BlnrkMlock. Hie rea son tfir.i? tftHl both are In lova with Kath arine Thaxiw Couat tall to convince her that MlHckmork l unworthy of h"C fvtrnrtitiip. At th pnrty Conxt mt two int-.l luinJtn ami Van Tuyl. There Is quarrel amj Blackntork hoot Van ruyl da1. Count ttriiKKlrs to wr?t t'e Wrnpon from him. thou the pollre ftver them. CoaHt In arrwited for murVr. tfA l rmtvlrtf.il hut fla h hl.trlnn hla Hen 4enre. IHiniliia rmmea Tflackstock aa the mnri1crr n.1 klllia hlniMf.lf. CoftRt t- fomea frre. hut Klatkaiock ban married athrtne Th nxter and fled, Count pur rhasea a yacht and wh1l Bailing aeea a tnan thrown from a distant boat. He raa- Vur the fallow who Is named Aprileyttrd l'h...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 6 September 1912

at- Wo CIVIL WAR FIFTY YEARS AGO THIS WEEK August .19, 1862. Tho t?imcr Swallow wa tjiirnl by tho Co'ifi'dorntoa In Urn J.IIh!hhIi jil river, twenty fivo inllnii below Memphis. Thero Vila a nevcro aklrmlxh near ltlciul, MIhh. MiiJ. Ocn. II. 0. Wright was os rlgnt'd to roinmanit tlio newly cre ate! department of th Ohio, roiuprlH- inrr tho Klatcs of HHiioIh, Michigan, Ohio, Indiana, Mintiotirl, Kentucky eat of tho TemieKHce, ani Cumberland Gap. Tho Sioux Indiana destroyed tho T'nlteil StfttcB agencies nt Ypitow Medicine and lied Wood, nnd partially destroyed New lTIm, Minn., Killing more than a hundred men, women nnd children. A hirpe and etitlniKlantlo war nicot ic j? at Hrooklyn, N. Y., poxsed rcwo lutlona urging upon their fellow cltl fens enlistment In the army, f-lpoct li es were made hy generals la tho army and officers of tho navy. A force of Union cavalry from New Madrid, Mo., under tho command of Cnpt. Frank Muoro, while on an ex pedition to Churlentown, uttacked a Confedera...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 6 September 1912

,T f 1 l .... J .ii nill Wilb'iv Ppradlin;r vrrv i!! at thin linv. is reported Dr. P. E. Sawyer of Sike;;ten !?;nt Friday in this city with friend. Cta i lea Sehwcer and family ti.sitod Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Kncl ir.'x S.v.arday. ?!r. -.ni v.Irs. Ua'.ph Contz of rocahontas visited the family of MoiTt t Wallace Sunday. Wit ism Schase oi transacted business Monday. Fruitland in town Martin Kieninger. Ferry May- new, inieu m- Jackson visitors Wednesday. T , , J Mrs. DuRee Jones entertained a number of friends Wednesday) afternoon. Thirty three boy scouts were in the parade Friday, during Ilomecomers. Adam Hoffman Jr., has been very ill this week, but is report ed improving now. Miss Daisy Stevenson who has been visiting here for a month left Saturday for her home in Farmington. Mrs. Nettie Howard and chil dren returned Saturday from an extended visit in California and points in southern Texas. J. J. Russell, congressman from this district and candidate for re-election on the Democratic ti...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 13 September 1912

"TO"-, it , i i . -J , i r 5 M - ji - ix' 7 ! ! 'VSW ' J1 A m ..wr-...J 1 f i 1 A ! ' f J .1 ! J J ft.,,, ft... ft..! ,.. .hW..J ft, M fKS PEOPLE'S PAPtS "ALL THE HEWS THAT'S TIT TO f BINT" '. .1 Vol. XIV Cape Girardeau, Missouri, Friday, Sept. 13, 1912 No. 30 i ( t i Mii J LOCAL AIIO GEHERAL Gerry Sibley of Jackson had business at the Cape Monday. Clyde Vandivort. of Jackson, had business here Wednesday. Mrs. Hostetter of Clarkton is visiting her daughter, Mrs. C. M. Jackson, of this city. E. M. Carter, field representa tive of the Normal, had business at Jefferson City this week. C. W. Lutes of Lutesville arrived the first of the week and will enter the Normal school. Miss Virginia Welbourn after an extended visit at Benton, re turned home Tuesday. The large crowds at the Lyric theatre report some fine pictures are being shown by Mr. Griffin. Robert Ruehman returned Monday from St. Louis, where he had been on business. Several hundred students have been enrolled at the State Nor m...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 13 September 1912

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