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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 13 September 1912

AN AMATEUR'S' WILL Girl Typist's Document Erlnga Happiness to Two. Dy A. O. GREENWOOD. I was revelling In my latesi And. It was a will an amateur's will wrlt'.cn on bluo foolscap. ''Thn monry of which I should die In possession, amounting to $2,500, will bo found In notes In the secret drawer of tho Patsea oakchest. To open the receptacle, prens the fingers of tho rijht hand upon the five small knobs In tho margin of the second panel on tho rlghthand side; with the thumb touch the Inlaid rose In tho center of the tho side pnol. On opening tho chest the drawer will be fot'nd open also." I read thug far, then vaguely won di rid f the secret draw er had been di ' overed. I glanced at the date of th. will and tho name, address and di crlptlon of the testator Blnco 1890, 'a!ih Erasmus Whitehead, sculptor, w: tn these directions, the money had l.iln hid! Where had the old eccen-tri- lived? At Mrs. Pclham'a, 22 Mar in ' tta Terrace, Chelsea. I made up my mind to call at 22 rl- I't away. "E...

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. — 13 September 1912

f"r LIVi to sell; 1TCCK. jc ;xt. tl ?. i ? r : -i p. i,v ", 1 ? ririm til T i P. C. IU.'. 'i-r'd.. j-? f:i r iri to rr.&ke tfi In ibe psrsd capacity, t-; ....;rrm there rode a kl of twer.tr. r in a iOYl ci 1,1; fx.)' 4 teirsa W Th Cm i I W--k fnr Yr jrt Least. r ? cf O'yrrp ic hr- the e; o Kt.f-rel v! c-r : r r-t.t "1 CO';- ill cm maj- Vn r- ':;. : 1 i? CoWjT in ..... .: "--v- n ? . ' c. t our state trcs-rurer. liivirg to th f.-r. :rt cf ; : The fl'lage shM i ;.ftT it i rut in the ti'o. bo is chsrr.rion r.i?ic. shot of This tbewc-rli ?.rd who was tbeor.lv ton ST.. 3 rrvtntir.-ucrc; tve American 0!yr ow jt te fme, team to briug home three i ,s fcr' ;.ed 5-i3ir"- Jar.'.? He c . rn i ar.3 J 5 V U rf ore to mat 'go! 1 meda',. A little ovf r two (t i yetrs ao Alfre.l P. Lar.e hi sn i ' ihoct;rg at a rr.ark" in the c !- vj . ir oi la'.j.er If th . jar vl Ij!S la.i.er S IKU. 1.1 .t .V cry SJw ; Ycri. ity. Whtn the Ivoy roarks- !saL'-Tii'.iroi.i.ii."...v!;j.(t..i.rMn ir.to tr.e t--:ower...

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. — 13 September 1912

it,-. uiij-iHiiJ L i..4i.J.L wiiiLc The Old Of.ijtfndl RJjJ Boned Spotted Tolamls--. 50 Head 30 Sows 20 Boars 50 Head AT IIORINE, JEFFERSON COUNTY, MISSOURI THURSDAY, SEPT. 2G. 1912, AT 12:30 O'CLOCK The hogs to be offered are all registered in the Standard Poland-China Record Association. They are of such breeding as Pudweiser, Brandywine, Jumbo Kind, Thousand round Expan sion, Clipper, Billy Sunday, etc. They are not the toy kind. They are the Original, Big Boned, Spotted Kind-the Farmers, Kind; the kind that grow large. 6mooth and farrow big litters. Our great sow, Budweiser's Spotted Beauty, farrowed 2G pig3 in three litters before she was 23 months old; her little sister, Budweiser's Spotted Mary, larrowed 23 pigs in the same length of tine. These are the kind it pays to raise. Buy Them at 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 ofTer; four...

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. — 13 September 1912

! 0 s onv i i; JWo ivian s R r U i! I ;i tif Louis Joseph Vance if ii ' rilcitrallom ly Rey Wa!ur H SYNOPSIS. 0rrtt Ort. ft Tonnir mnn of Nw "Tork CUT. mwli !hik1 t!laclttok. who nltra him to a rmrd party. H R-ipt, ihoi.gh h rtlBllkoB Ularkstock. the ra en t-'nc Hint b"h ar In love with Kiti tIiib T'.Hxtcr. CoHKt falls to convince her that Hln:katork In unworthy of her friendship. At the pnrtv C.'onHt mi-eta two tiame-1 Mundna nnf Van Tuyl. There U quarrel, and WarUatock ahoota Van Ttivl oml. CobbI etriKKl'" wrest the Kin from him. thin the police dis cover them. Const I arrosted for murder. e la convtrted. bnt aa he beln hi aen ffnr. ruirvtnn names Blarkstoek as the murderer and kills hlmaolf. Conit be 'omea free, hut fllarkstnr-k has married Katherlne Thaxter and fled. Const pur 'iHa'a a yacht and while Balling aeea a man thrown from a dlntant boat. He ra eti hi the fellow who la named AppWard. They arrive at a lonely llnd, known a No Mnn'i Jnd. Coast alarli out to ex plore the pl...

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. — 13 September 1912

'sum -JX-.' EARLY MOLTING OF CHICKENS Western Poultryman Glvaa Excellent Method of Controlling Men In Changing Fsathera. Most pooplo believe that If they can force their hem to molt early they will lay more egga during the station, fcbut thia la not true, Hons that have molted late will lay more eggs during ,Ui winter than the parly ruolters. Thla haa been shown by the mont careful experiments, but tho fcts are ..not generally known. Molting heim require a large amount of feed containing nitrogen such ae oil meal, meat and other feeds rich In pro f teln. Molting can be forced by rutting down the feed of hong as It has been ji ahown by experiments that ecantity I fed hens begin molting earlier than those on full feed, but the former do jBot finish molting much earlier. Starved hena molt more uniformly ft than othera aud this lg particularly noticeable Tn bona two or three yeara fold. In an experiment conducted by the v: Cornell experiment station It waa I found that on a baBla of 100...

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. — 13 September 1912

V e r b i j j f - f . f it t trf 4 . . -- ' , - - t A. V . v : t t f t f Wall Clrrnens of Lcemon left l-t wek for O'bm.l'"). Dan Lrtpe li.'i bought the Alf Moore farm, two miles ea;-'t of JackP'm, from Aga Flentge. Sim Hubbard leaves to attend the Missouri Military Academy at Mi ico Missouri. Ol ver Alexander of Fruitland I.i.d i usiness in Jackson Wednes day It s reported that another ab stract firm is to be organized and v, ill locate here. Adulph Paar left last week for Holla. Mo., where he will enter the P.ol'a school of mines. James A. Finch of Fornfelt, transacted business here one day last week. A. B.Newell one of our auto pas senger drivers, has a new car of the Ford make. Esquire Weltecke, Chas. Beh- rens and A. D. Hubbard, were in Cape on business Friday. Mrs. Alice Vinyard left Satur 1 day for Caruthersville, where she wilt teach this season. Austin Hope, of the Higgins rille confederate soldiers home, after several weeks Visit here, returned to that isstitiltion. Albert ...

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. — 20 September 1912

I It r- "i V 7) I i! ! ii ,i . . .. r-.'.. 4 ... t M ! Ji ... -J o IKE PECPLE'S PAPER "ALL THt HES TAT TIT TO PRINT" XUSSCRIPTi: PRICE, JJ.C3 A YEA PI, W iZi X. Zl No.37 Vol. XiV Cape Girardeau, Missouri, Friday, Sept. 20, 1912 LOCAL ARD GENERAL John Tlapek of St. Marys had business here Monday. I. R. Kelso is attending court at New Madrid this week. Louis Stein run down to nett Tuesday on business. Ken- Wm. O'Brien is business at Chicago transacting this week. Ben Caldwell left Sunday for Whitewater and other points in the western part of this county. Chief of Police Summers had business at Neely's Landing Wednesday. Chas. Ruh, an employe of the R. J. R. shoe factory, left Wednesday for Omaha, Nebr. Frank Eastin of the Graham Paper Co., St. Louis, called on the Herald Tuesday for his usual large order of stationery. Garrett Glenn, the popular gent's furnishing man, took in the fair at Sikeston Wednesday and Thursday. F. C. Walker of Caruthers ville, passed through the Cape Wednesda...

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. — 20 September 1912

Vh pr'c cf ios rsrry.!T! rrca to lr'!r tow ir,acy icete.-g ar ,it- TL l.irTala is overlooked Tihrn Jt la jbtcrd r-n the nickel. It baa k!:g t'.J(S ou !0 Vi;.:. it Cf the jcicn It f '., UJiftl Cf !' : 's :.. w ar wrliitB I y smart suj ' W-;:.!; school Jn the ix'.H grail a. A"! 'r re, '.re the sdver'SMfiieiUs X tcl:or might be rardoced for woo cerirg what makes a rrir.ces al'p. C?;'i:ee putrlct B-ra to h turning their Ccr- tryirg to take their re ruliic c.7 the lire bev-re it Is don. The sultan cf Turkey his mc,r trouble oa fcis hands, but a revolution Is mere tr.5e to a n.au ho rani a tart :n. Th Ctksgo woman to demanded 110 fcr a t.-cken heart !i not 'tat i;.Ig!:t t-e called a itrotte cf frt-zied Wsn.lr.c boat rockers Is nothing but wss' of energy, a man foc-lisn r?vg5 ,o reck a test Is too foolish to take advjee. Kavlcg "the blue" la regarded a A possible sign cf approaching Insan ity. This makes It possible for a fca to be hi own alienist. "Eat soup and grow healthy," says m. doct...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 20 September 1912

PARALLEL STORIES if FAMOUS CRIMES IV HENRY. C. TERRY mmwmimumiisMm (Coprricht lr A $3,000,000 PLOT THAT FAILED. F all tho thieves whom It bns boon my lot to know Inti mately I have tho kindliest recollection of Mnu vurt M There was something in .1.. i . . man; a whimsical, humorous way, that made you forgot thnt he was one of the most desperate bank robbers ever dealt with by -the New York police. He was closely associated with all of the best crooks of tho world In his day, and Mb shrewdness and pluck made him In great demand as a part ner, even though It was well known In 1ho undcr-workl that Mose bad been born under an unlucky star. Ho met with more reverses than any crook I have ever known, and as I do not credit, of course, the Infallibility of the little Goddess of I-uck In guiding the lives of the knights of tho dark lan tern end jimmy, I am willing to offer Moso'a misfortunes as cumulative evi dence of the final futility of crime. He has long since passed to his final reward...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 20 September 1912

l 7 cif.j.4 r.if G:rar.i. tr.e t"H-t c.-'ce st Oij. r a.-t vf vrh 4. i :.. Use Iet Dau5croos Economic Froros Er Salwi'-led to t tie Vctfrs c! Missouri. 4 .,T.,T,rt i lie i c.,'-;pd to th I A.K .4. i iV'.-.i'-. - which wii voters of Missouri at theNovem Irr election is the mof t danger- T:. :! 5 -7 tt' Uy .rrn.n rr.r-ii.-.v.isG O'j'jsnd revolutionary economic : ment re a. '.optca it means a ire measure ever prcposed n the j mer.dous depreciation in land histcrv of the state, bhouid U be enacted into law it that henceforth the farmers and-that other laud owners cf Missouri will have to bear the entire -est of state, county and municif all iY t.a!nre of this amendment will wipe out all taxes on personalty compell ing land to bear the entire bur den. It means that henceforth the hundreds of millions of dol lars invested in bonds, stocks, notes and other corporation se curitiesthe millions invested in our great manufacturing en terprises that all these interests will not hereafter contri...

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. — 20 September 1912

Trustees Sale of Real Estate. Whereas., II. Clay Phelps and Eliza rhe!p3 his wife, of ,tha County of Cape Girardeau and State o( Missouri, by their cer tain deed of trust, stated the twenty-fifth (25) day of May, 1910 and recorded in the record ers office of said county in book 8 at rage 84 of the land records of Cape Girardeau County Mis souri conveyed in trust to the undersigned trustee the follow ing described real estate, situate, lying and being in the City and County of Cape Girardeau and State of Missouri, to wit: The north-east corner of lot one (1) Range "D", being twenty-one and three-fourths (21 J) feet front on Water or Levee street, bv sixty-seven (07) feet in depth, also the south-east corner of lot ' No. two (2) in Range "D" be-j ing twenty-three and one-half '. (23i) feet front on Water or! Levee street by a depth fifty-six ; and one-half (5(;j) feet, all in; the City and County of Cape Girardeau, State of Missouri. Which said conveyance was made in trust to secure t...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 20 September 1912

r- r-i r -, $ L ,--..i. w. u 4 A t r " " .--, r" I ft W . .. J ... C- HI ftp ---mi.,. RaxbEtloai Key TVafter t'..'-.li;f Jtbl., Ivlo, by t-out imvx Y Alice.) SYNOPSIS. Oarrtt C-ihM, ymtnir mnti of N-w 'Tor ity. m-M-i-t Imh-Iih HIhi'V Mtot-k, wtio Inv-ttf him to a ran! tt.irlv. II accept. t.Mliouih hr iIIsIiIm-i-, lllm kntnek . Mm rpa tvm l..-lni ihnl hoth an In love -A-lth KaHi Flni Tl'H(tr I'OR-it f-ll to r'wtvlnr her Hut ntnckMtiirk In un wnrl h v of her "f ili ikSsIiIu At the p.irlv Count inxM two iiRm.-l I'uniln ami Vn Tuvl Thorn t n -iinrri-l. n---! Hlfi'-ksimk nlmnti Vn "Tuvl OohiV Coast BtriiKxIi'f" to wrnat th 'inon fitim him. tliu the i-ollce ills rnvr thi-m Cnnpt la orirRtet! for murder. Me in -nriv-t,l. but us tit l'i;lil his l"n- ene. mini. is nnmry Dlui-I, Kiln H n the rmii,!cr. r unil kill Mms.-ir OoABt le i nrii"-. fr-e. I,t HI i.-kMn.-k lim marrleil Knn.erln.- Th.ixt.r am) (VJ Cuaiit pur o 'i 'b. n yurht nod while nilliit " a imnn thrnivn from a dlstHiit limit. He re...

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. — 20 September 1912

All OLD SILVER LAF.1P Love Note Ten Years Old Brought to Light. By ALICE ORMOND. LethrldRo ateppnd Into the hallway of the dr.nerted hoime. Mncri shroud ed, thn upholstery, dut lay velvety In .he corners, There ?ai a fnlnt odor of mildew. The houoe had boon clocd alnoe hla grandmother'! denth, RlmoRt ntno year uro. When InRt he quit ted the place, thought LcthrldRP, he win a boy of twenty-five, smooth cheeked. brtRht-eyed, surcharged with enthusiasm. Now, after IiIh nine bimy, uroeBRfu! year in the Orient, the familiar surroundlnga brouuht poign antly to mind the change In hlmolf a change made up largely of tho re linquishing one by one, of hla boyliih dreams. How the old houne brought them back! TheHo faded walla had seen the destruction of tho braveat dream of them all. Here It had met lt death, and since then, absurdly pentlmental as It may seem, nothing had quite filled the gap It U-ft, noth ing had made him foret It. How the memory of Polly ITayden stayed with him, and yet he h...

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. — 20 September 1912

MSt Vfif,"Tt4tM'fM Z t . . wo.n-,. i JL i 1. i -M' ? , Esquire James Cauvey had business in Jackson Saturday. Louis Ilodmeister is assisting County Treasurer a few days. Miss Mary Howard left Sun day for St. Louis. Mrs. Lena Loss went to St. Louis Monday. J. W. McCombs, Sr., is in Hot Springs, Arkansas, taking his ennual vacation. Wilbur Spradling has recover ed from a severe attack of pneu monia. Lorn to John Bingenheimer and wife, a boy, on Wednesday of last week. William M. Edwards, of Neely's Landing, Mo., transact ed business in Jackson Monday. Carl Wallace, Dale Browning and Moss Wallace left Monday for Sikeston to attend the fair. Judge E. D. Hays left Tues day noon for St. Louis, on busi ness, to be away a week. T. C. Moss of Mt. Vernon, 111., arrived Monday to spend a few weeks with the family of Carl Wallace, in this city. John Will McCombs returned Tuesday from Hot Springs Arkansas, where he has spent four weeks. The Gordonville Base Ball team came up Sunday and play ed J...

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. — 27 September 1912

cnnal S.-f,,,.,, Ju,.,i f : Mil i ) M ,1 V i i h a )) i: K '' I ! f mm It -i o J. t. IKE PECPirS PAPC3 "ALL TBS EW5 TBAT a f if TO PPINT" rj:s:RSPTi:;j n:zz, si.C3 a ma, in :vr;:i Vol. XIV Capo Girardeau, Missouri, Friday, Sept. 27, 1912 LOCAL HD G R. 15. Oliver had business at New Madrid Tuesday. Orren Wilson is attending court at New Madrid this week. Miss Reffina Friant is report ed very much improved. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Goyert of Jackson drove over to the Cape Tuesday. " The Golden Rod theatre under auspices of Elks, have put on porno Rood shows this week. A. W. Parker and M. J. Lally both of Cairo, 111., transacted business in the city Tuesday. Mrs. S. L. Rogers of St. Louis i3 spending a few days with her father, J. T. Nunn. The Herald force has been busy this week trying to fill large orders for job work. our Frank Kelly and Tom Juden was mixing with friends at Jackson Saturday. H. E. Alexander and A. W. Sherrill had business at Jackson Saturday. Leonard Martin of Cairo, 111.,...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 27 September 1912

C-7 2 C:;::;ly IkxM Mr.ra!i f'uhl'U.'ry Ct. L'H i. :,;r:4f nt'AU - . f.HSSCJURl ",( ft. !;i i')iin; while the S'.vl:i)Uillig ' t.f'.I. t n n an !f summer has returned fr,Mii Ks vRrntlon. . rutHn It. iv.lid'y, summer has boon rrry Iw.ient with t;s tliln year. a. . Oki-b In a while summer remembers th ftilijrpf rs well na ttie telephone iuu,l.pr. I ! : y fever alir.:.l t!il tlm of yf ceases to ho a theory ami becomes a condition. "Listen to your wife," advises a fciedksU expert. V.tit what If you real-' lr need tho sleep? What will our courts do without tint garruiuvis anclcul mariner, the hypothetical question? Bonus magazine might mfrfce a bit 67 putu'iig tho picture of a girl In a bathing suit on its cover. . The new mikado baa only ou wife. This may be taken as an Indication that he does not car for war. Switzerland bas forbidden kissing In railway stations so that trains may depart on time, we lufcr. It Is said that the new emperor of Japan does not Inherit bis father's tendency ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 27 September 1912

(i mm (I Doll Servants of Corpse . U , . 'Y ' --VA ' - . r -i 1 - ;v . v..-.i . ".Milli p -V' s. - -v. ; : i m So rapidly It the far east being weaternlztd that there can be no doubt that in very few yeara to come such Oriental ceremonies as that here Illus trated will be merely things of memory. The photograph was taken or the occasion of the recent burial of Princess Tsin, sister of one of the most Important members of the Chinese Imperial family. The funeral procession passing through the Tartar City, Pekin, was an extraordinary tight. The body. In a heavy coffin, under a silken canopy, was borne by twenty-four coolies, and accompanied by money-throwers, whose duty It was to dis tribute "cash" that the dead princess' passage to the other world might be fittingly paid. Also In the procession were the "servants" shown In the photograph, large dolls of paper and bamboo, holding the tea bowl, tea pot, and pipe of their mistress. These were burnt at the cemetery during the final cerem...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 27 September 1912

(" rvc-. ;")' (I c J;-(i ". ;trr- I ' ' . ' '. I t.-;y F. !.' 7 by tk .:.u rn i.jm'iiau rcrtMT. n. r. i:or n, i: r. r';.lpri) r.rjj.t .; mutter at j.ft office at Ope Gr.ir.)!au, Mo !r r. 't f March S. I 75. elf it of h Li .In. He t -. j. to c!:'t ever tV."' The Sir. trie Tax Amendment j 15 No. G. The Stride Tax Com-.r"!?,-'on Amendment is No. 7 f-cratch "YES" and vote "NO" if you re against Single Tax. Attorney General Major seiect the Chairman of the D.imocra- i li ne State Committee and 'wid dominate paign. the Democratic cani Men who continue too astride the political fence this fall will be shot full of holes by the armies on each side. The Herald is strictly (yes, at!y) opposed to Constitutional Amendment No. 6 yes we are also against No. 7 in the same way. Both of these amend ments were framed up by the Equitable Taxation League, and are being promoted by Single Tax boodle. Judge Nortoni may hold his job as a member of the St. Louis Court of Appeals while running for governor ...

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. — 27 September 1912

Trustees Sale of Real Estsfe. Whereas. II. Clay Thclps and Eliza Phelps his wife, of the County of Cape Girardeau and State of Missouri, by their cer tain deed of trust, ctstcd the twenty-fifth (25) day of May, 1910 and recorded in the record ers office of said county in book 8 at page 84 of the land records of Cape Girardeau County Mis souri conveyed in trust to the undersigned trustee the follow ing described real estate, situate, lying and being in the City and County of Cape Girardeau and State of Missouri, to wit: The north-east corner of lot one (1) Range "D", being twenty-one and three-fourths (212) feet front on Water or Levee street, by sixty-seven (G7) feet in depth, also the south-cast corner of lot No. two (2) in Range "D" be ing twenty-threo and one-half (Zih) feet front on Water or Levee street by a depth fifty-six and one-half (5GJ) feet, all in the City and County of Cape Girardeau, State of Missouri. Which said conveyance was made in trust to secure the pay ment of ...

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. — 27 September 1912

III I R i'i k Hi A ( I -, f V ma 3 .J .. il Iov inland TJonicn IT! r---:r-r- t 23 m it u r a f t ; ) t i CHAPTGR 1. Ths Boy at the Barony. Ths Qulnturds bad not prospered m the barren lands or the pine woods whither they fcad emigrated to es cape) tho malnrta of the low coaiit, bat thin o longer mattered, for ths last of tils name and race, old General 2tilntard, tm dd In the groat house 4!a father bad built almost a century before and toe thin acres of the Barony, 'where Le toad made his last tnd against ego and poverty, were to claim him, now that he had given up the struggle la their mldnt Though be bad lived continuously t the liarony for almost a quarter of cn(ury, there was mpne among hla neighbors who could nay he had looked on that thin, aquiline face In aJJ that time. Yet they bad known much or him, for the gossip of the laves, who had been tils only friends in thofo years he had chosen to deny himself to other friends, had gone far and wide brer the county. That notable ma...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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