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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 27 September 1912

iiikvkkllJljllJMil J- TRELLIS FOR HOME VINEYARD Contrivance Vlolds Vina Out of Way of Cultivation and Permits On to Pas Between Row. A KMpevino trcllln described liy the Itural New Yorker, from which this cut a '.id ilcsci lotion are reproduced, has a middle wii which Roes through holes In the puft;;. The middle slot ets down over (ho middle wire, while the two outside wires run through slots In th( woks arm for two inches from tho ends. Tho cro?H firms nro 1 by 4 Inches tor all but rnd cross nrniB, which are ( Trellis for Grapevine. I by 4 Inches. The cross arms are nailed to tho posts, and should he , braced by wire, running from the ends of tho cross arm, and then down to the post 13 or 20 Inches helov the arm. Tho stem of the vine is brought .to a height a little ahove tho level of tho tnlddlo wlro nnd tied to It. ; Two canes that develop near this level the present j'ear are left next i fall, and next f-nring are tied to tho ! rifiht and left along this middle wire, i , Two sho...

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. — 27 September 1912

r "!:,-) it 13 if I a r t ? t 1 1 m t County Court wiil meet next Monday. Jack Smith of Arbor was in the City last week. Mrs. Sai'.ia Pctermari came in from Sr.. Louis Tuesday. D. L. Welters left Monday for Or.m where he will .spend a few days. C.-1'. Williams made a busi r.ess trip to Chaffee the first of this week. j Attorney T. D. Ilines left Sunday for New Madrid, where he will attend court this week. Miss Seva Harper went to Chairee Saturday where she will ppend a few days with friends. Mr. Neal of Los Angles, Cal., io visiting the family of J. F. McLain, in this city Sam and Moffit Wallace were in attendance at New Madrid Circuit Court last week., The County board of Appeals met in Jackson Monday of this week. i E. L. Dock ins, Merchant of jaiiit i v i.ic, vvua in me X Ut'S- j day. W. K. Chandler of Marble Hill. Mo., was in thf rirv Sarnr- da;y having business in Court. Everett House is plowing and . sowing the yard just North of ' the court house in grass. j J. M. Sells of Ra...

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. — 4 October 1912

A I.! .J r- f 1 1 - r - I 1 1 f I f I 1 i i i ' f ' ...4 . o THE PEOPLE'S PAPER "ALL THE JUWS THAT'S TIT TO rINT JUSSCRIPTlGN PRICE. Ji.03 A YEAS, IS SVAr.:S Vol. XIV Capo Girardeau, Missouri, Friday, Oct. 4, 1912 rT7T LOOM. AflO GEKERAL Ben Caldwell was a Jackson visitor Saturday. Mr. Handmachers fall and winter line of piece good3 and fixtures arrived Wednesday. Constable J. II. Howard of Jackson had business in Cape Girardeau, Wednesday. All work called for and de livered at Ilandniacher's tailor shop. Phone 875. Adv. 09-4 1. Miss Bessie Baker visited Mrs. M. M. Sibley, at Jackson Satur day. Mr. F. L. Hough of Chicago, is visiting his brother, R. C. Hough, of 329 N. Lorirnier St. Miss Bessie Limbaugh visited her mother, Mrs. Anna Lim baugh, Saturday and Sunday, at Jackson. Misses Bertha Schraeder and Grace Vangilder visited Mrs. Bern Savers, two miles north of Jackson, Sunday. Handmacher will take care of his trade from the country. No. 30 Main street. Phone 875. Adv. 39-4t. A. S...

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. — 4 October 1912

iM t.v jV;:.y? c,cr.., ?::5S r:;.ej -r.. r--. r? rn i- .t..f.j in,,... , Wr: ;-s o' Arrer- ' TMt Vf re fi'iicui '1 TV..-r DjV. 3 i ..... air, .' t'fc 5i rv-e-f .r r j" f -r ' a !,'.. i:ir-!!-. t. tt.-l li.'rrr f.-.v-li!',t if the rr'.T.'i) if t,-..ii dj. noil hi cf- ' I '4 U -ftf.: fcS'Kil wMo'O K'ff,'tt,!,( J iii'u to !:. i ii of Covrv- 4m ;i'..u vri?.ri', t'.f itnry Ct'.'.t l.-'.-'j wr;v li S-r;h!;er i. My fv'a r" cjvsf;tifi r-r-ffn r. it tha vsry .a Ii tie l.iiit civiioa of 0i block. B-.iS fiori fho win -.low I could leok c't t'3 t' ? !; !)!'? alongside the Vrr. Hi"? Tf.-K heVjt'.ful V(??Sl4, tvrlcaa (!'n,rr st.lp in the daya wh'n fjr a!..';, cf that type were farr.ou tb?jii( ot the vwi-J for f4 red s-.actl.r;' ss. I w afcd'-rftl r Users. tr.?.k!r;g fr!nds v'.'h the cWn, th pi"n, f 1 b'r- kpers a'sd taking a tnotst &r :-b'Cj laret la utry'Mng coa r.cttd ttira. The? brought m from Chtn KJir.lraMe firpcraokfre and ttranre RreTtorks which I could ot c-iake so CiT. From them. too...

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. — 4 October 1912

STORIES ff FALTOUS CRIMES V,y IIC'RY C. TEHKY iCopjrlght ti THE LOOT OK THE KINGSTON NATIONAL. IT A VIP ,.... j . v . . j (Mr. Sherlock Holincs or cave done If confronted with the problem of the rob bery of the Kingston Na tional. The detective or fic tion, you say, Is never real ized la real life. Here Is a tory that prove the op posite. I doubt If either of the fa mous sleuths of Doctor Doyle's or Caborlau's Imagination would have proceeded more Ingeniously or more ucceBHfuIly to the Dual unraveling of the tangle than did Detective Price. If you don't believe that the old ad age about fact being stranger than Ac tion applies to the detection of crime, follow the mystery of the Kingston robbery with me as It came from the lips of the principal actors. WILY MITCHELL'S YARN. "A crook who Is up to snuff," said Wily Mitchell, who is noted among other things for having been tried and acquitted three times for murder, "and wants to get along in the business without working too much Tor t...

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. — 4 October 1912

- - XI X " s " - - " f i 'I ? or..M'jr t'- J.i k'-n Ite-raM) rv.M"i?i' J pvcry Friday Ifcjr the ",;!.: i'V"us?n cofjHT. I'.'iUf.i'ed us upcond cl mi! Her at t, jot fi'c at Cr Girardeau, Mo. vnr the act of M-ircli 3. mi. Tb? more Governor Wilson tatts the less favorable becomes M.j outlook as a candidate for jvrcf-ident. . o They all call him Governor "TcKinley because he has been Lieutenant Governor of the State and is sure to be the next Gover nor. If the people of Missouri r,o far forget their own interests as to elect Elliott Major Gover nor they will not live long enough to cea.-e their regrets. The Old Guard Democrats and the Major-Roach-Gordon Demo crats and the Folk Democrats and the Clark Democrats are all 'hanging together to avoid hang ing separately. The Democratic candidate for Governor has made his "open ing" speech, opening up his re cord to the scrutiny and con demnation it deserves. Govern or McKinley will attend to that job. Judge Nortoni has not yet re signed the p...

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. — 4 October 1912

1 n i- 1 n r3 Col. RoosevelL who Is attempting t destiny the Republican party and do find his way to the White House. through ft new poiltlcul organi sation bulk upon tns rains of the par ly whldh iaa so signally honored him, fcas advocated a grant msy political (ad and new political Ideas and wotiid, do doubt, should ha be elected Fresldent, attempt to anforot new schemes (or taxation and fur ratting revenue. One of the alleged reforms swrnrstly advocated by great many fctan who know life and government blefly from tha viewpoint of dwcller.-i U cities, In the proposition to Impose all taxos on real atat, ranking farm, forest and pasture, lands and every square font of Mother Earth contrib ute to the expenses of government without laying any bnrdnn upon lw wovem nts constructed on farms and Jty lots or upon any form of wuslth ither than thai represented by ded jt the earth This proposition has ever been popular In Missouri and la Ws ao now 'incunm an attampt la being wade to fasten ...

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. — 4 October 1912

) : ; ( ii eYM0P3!3. 1 a.-.n M fria r.p"itn- of till" mUixy fa tr (ii-iry m.n oUl worn-out if rn lAiMtintion, known )ftr 'i iva u;"s la to t nit!, nii lt ry KLii.f (l.t th owner, the tiiriin, n ul'Jrot of dlirjNlon by ii'Hii t' tiiiiMt.Aw, It JxiHliiea man, ft i)?ir Imunn h fi'n-n, anil Pb y. K fixnuor, Tvhfin iinrilbHl Wnyne 'tl, a o'wirim: chu! of th Oi! urn familr, rr'.vlii 1U mipwBnv. y ham li iopled thu boy. 1 CHAPTER III. (Continued). TS:o r.cst day Ytncy LaU occasion to jtalt r;ft!iunm'8 Croi Iiofeds. Cren hsw par blra disquieting opinion fit to tlto pro5it;UIa contents of hU let ter, for ho Mnmelf tad h&ard from mnJon that bo bad decided to a ime tie esc of the boy. "I reckon Jilndan will have the law on fcts etdo. tloM" "Tha law be damned I got what's fair on mine. I don't wlsa to' better tian tbat," exclaimed Taney, orer bla houldcr. Ua strode from the store ad rtarted down the eandy road at a brttik run. Miserable forebodings or, n Impendlmr tragedy leaped up with-1 l...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 4 October 1912

CIVIL WAR FIFTY YEARS AGO . THIS WEEK September 19, 18C2. MaJ.-drm. O. M. Mitchell arrived at Tort Royal, South Carolina, and as umed command of tho department A grand Union demonstration took plnro In JofTomm City. Louisiana. raynovl!l, Minnesota, attack ed by a pnrty of Indians, who were driven off aftpr burning one house and committing other depredations. September 17, 18C2. The Richmond Despatch, comment ing on Ipo's invasion of Maryland, sot forth as Its objects a general retribu tion apaliiBt the people of Pennsyl vania for tho nets of General Tope's army In tho riedmont, and a Hpeolfle purposo of cutting tho railroad com munication of Washington and Balti more. ( Colonel Dunham, in command oT the national forces at Munfordsvlllo, Ken tucky, surrendered to the Confeder ates under General Brnrrg. There . whs a skirmish between Vnlon and Confederate detachments thirty miles rant of Fort Pillow in which the Federals were reported to have retained the advantage. Col. Oeorpo W. Ber...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 4 October 1912

si v 1 ,v ; - i v ... m' c .1 v,',:,, :t VrI;t i ) F.llTlO Dr. J. .). Mayfsold made a busi hens trip lo St. Louis la?t week. C.-.rl Wallace left Thursday for a bu.;intvs trip into Arkansas. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Dormeycr visited in Jackson this week. Andrew Caldwell went to 'Frederiektown Saturday to visit friends returning Monday. Attorney W. K. Chandler of Marble II ill transacted business in Jackson Saturday. Sain Wallace spent the weeks end with his family here, return ing to Chaffee Monday. Mrs. Dick Hannibal who has been very ill for some days is much improved at this writing. Hon. Lowndes II. Davis, of Iluntsville, Alabama, i3 visiting in Jackson. Joseph Meyer and family of Jcnesboro, 111., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Kies this week. Mrs. John Daugherty spent Tuesday with friends at Fruit land. Voges Brothers, Henry and Au gust, have opened a butcher shop in the Knoth buildingy Wilbur Spradling ia improving after a serious illness of several days. Mrs. R. M. Sawyer returned ...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 11 October 1912

jUlT tt li r-y (( V": A "T I' 1 V M n pn 1 ,f 1 iu4 ft Jl 2 '. .J A.. o m PECPU'S PAPER "AI.L TUE M.WS HUT'S HT TO PRINT" SUE2CRIPTJCS PSUCE, $1.03 A YEAR, l' 3Yr:CI Vol. XIV Capo Girardeau, Missouri, Friday, Oct. II. 1912 LOCllLfiKDGEKEnnL Geo. Hanford left Tuesday for points south. Hon. W. II. Miller had business in Jackson the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. G. D. French left. Tuesday for southern points. Mrs. Sherwood is visiting the family of Sam Lail at Jackson this week. All work called for and de livered at Ilandmaeher's tailor ehop. Phone 875. Adv. 39-4 1. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Barnett. of Dernie, Mo., are the guest of Mrs. W. L. Tibs this week. Mr. and Mrs. E. Gramling went to St. Louis Tuesday to see the Veiled Prophets. Mrs. W. W. Ward left Monday for an extended visit with friends and relatives at Chicago. Handmacher will take care of his trade from the country. No. 30 Main street. Phone 875. Adv. 39-4t. The Cemetery association met Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Bahn, on S....

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. — 11 October 1912

Ccur.ty Ikrztt MTvli S A R cVaU T"I j SOU FJ i IT-jw tshl'.'i do.'.h make foola of u ML There 1h no proper b vn for plant tag dynamite. Pwcirklu pie bt'Eins to U'aw upu the culinary horizon. Wlwt ffr-ct would svnthetla rubber tave on the chewing gum industry? If the women reformed their clothes the modistes would lose lot of fevcney. F-oys w?re playing Indian and ban fl'.s Ions before the advent of the too vies. Nicaragua Is no longer than an Ajnericau state, but It U full or cf tanasas. New Jersey holds the chivalry cham pionship. There wouicu are girls uu tU they are forty. No man ran tell how a marriage 111 turn out, but any woman can ad usually does. If the Astor baby had hla way he probably would trade, bis $3,000,000 tor kq all-day sucker. There are four dozen wild buffalo tn Yellowstone park. We suppose the tourists make them wild. Every woman hates to see her lit tle Bon go to school or her daughter Carried for the first time. Rod apples may produce red cheeks, as a fruit gr...

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. — 11 October 1912

iUDIfyQGRESS of the WORLD . 1 ' - "- 1 " ' Searing ..One's Load Better in the Long Run Than to Seek to Evade It by Means That Are Unfair. NOTHING IN HANGING BACK Burden of Honest Labor It on All Mankind, end Disagreeable Task Must Be Disposed of In Their Allotted Place With the Rest The niulo of the fable discovered that he could relieve . himself of his load of salt by wading the stream. When his load happened to be of sponges his trick did not work so well. It Is not necessary to say that the sponges did not melt, and that the fooollsh mule was almost drowned be cause his load became bo heavy. As a working animal the mule has not only gained the reputation of es caping from his tasks whenever he can but of wilfully, determinedly, hanging back when be should go forward, ills objection to loading his broad and ca pable back with a load he can per fectly well carry Is proverbial. He Is full of evasions and he Is often un moved by any ordinary sort of persu asions. Becaus of his uncom...

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. — 11 October 1912

Fvt V.ioi n-iy rr!.!ii ! v !. - J'.. C. v.v;!,I )iur. f'Tit ! ! ainj cla'-s nr-attT at tl V' fl " fit Cap Gir-- 0. M .1T t!.' art of March 3. ; !;--. i? -t cf tie Owsrrsl'j and lUvt.i'fwttt cd tfse Cape Cowr-ty 7srs-J, fi.l!:-!iei ce week it Cr? C;r?r?'?su, Mo., rjir dlr fie Act el Ai.. 24, IS 12.! Editor. II. C. Hough, Cape Girardeau, Mo. J.Ianaging Editor, II. C. Hough, Cere Girardeau, Mo. Iiusines.3 Manager, K. C. Hough, Cae Girardeau, Mo. Publisher, H. C. Hough, Cave Girardeau Mo. Owner, Fred Goyert, Jackson. Known Mortgages, ar.d other pecurity holders, holding 1 per cent or more of total amount of mortgages', or other securities: F. A. Kage, Cape Girardeau, Mo. ' ' -. Herman Ratich, Cape Girar deau, Mo. A. J. Flentge. Cape Girardeau, Mo. j Cha?.! Sievers, Jackson. Mo.', Ii. F. D. No. 1. FRED GOYERT Sworn to ami subscribed be fore me this 3rd, day of October, 1912. (Seal) President Taft and Governor Wilson met in a Boston Hotel lately, shook hands cordially, chatted about healt...

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. — 11 October 1912

ii win io m HIE POOH-POOH THE' '5I0GLE V iiowiTo;r LIISSOURI FIRST (7 J o x . r r V) O lf MEANS f Li i I L j i -r- ni y'C' I MM Hi WHAT II An Authority 00 "Single Tan" Says Farmers. Would Suffer. .LEGE PROFESSOR'S VIEWS After Careful Study, Prof. Sellgman of Columbia University, Says Single Tax la Defectivo from livery Point of View. Tk. Truth in a, Nut Shell Regarding ... " . llJhe fcx System. SHIFTS THE BURDEN TO FARMERS City Skyscrapers, Bio Manufacturing, Plants, Breweriea. Elevators, Etc., Exempted Under Proposed New Law. .Missouri farmers, home owners, land owncrH, and citizens In general are interested In the Bludy of Single Tax these days, as the question as to whether Missouri Is to have Single Tax or hoi la to be decided a! the election on .November Tiih. Others besides .Missonrians also hav been studying the problem. rrolcssor Sellgman, of Columbia University, one t tne leading author!) ies on political economy, sums up the results if his Investigations in the following w...

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. — 11 October 1912

THOUGHT HE KNEW THE SIG'.S Afjed Darky Could See Nothing te His PMenaer Except a Man Instituting Lodfles. Bob Hull, the champion story telV tr of Savannah, had occasion lately to tako a buslnens trip Into Interior Georgia, lie took bis gol? clubs with him, Intending to stop on his way for. a match on the famous links al Augusta. Ho dropped off thu train ' at his buslnefs destination a small town on a branch road and carrying bis lug fago climbed Into an ancient hacir and bade the driver, who was an ol negro man, take htm to tho local ho tel. Tho negro eyed the queer-looking yollow leather bag that bis passenger enrrtod with the peculiar looking slicks in It Hla curiosity got the best of Mm finally. "Bobs," ho began, "please, suh, 'sense mrj but mout I ax you a ques tion?" "Oo ahead and ask," said Mr. Hull. "AVhut kind of a lodgo is you Instl tutln'7" Saturday Evening Post. Y i - V-J. H' ! is iV!U lr'' : nil ( -1 i i - 'Y i ati SQMJr ; - f v. ? 4 hi i i i! lie- a i i 7TT7 TFtvfTu1 ' ...

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. — 11 October 1912

' Wo CIVIL WAR FIFTY YEARS AGO THIS WEEK 3 September 30, 1EC2, A fght took placo at Newtonla, Mo, In which tho Nationals under General Salomon were defeated by the Con federates under Colonel 'Cooler. Commodore Ilarwood. commanding Fotomac flotilla, reported to th navy department that the Confederate bomb-proof magazines at Lower Ship ring Point, Va., had been destroyed, tinder the superintendence of Lleuten- ant-Commander Magaw. They were eeven In number, and the work was found heavier than anticipated. A email body of Confederate cavalry made Ha appearance, but waa dts persed by the musketry Cre of the Nationals. A fight took placo at Itussellvlllo, Ky., between a force of Unloa troops under Colonel IlarrlBon and a body of Confederates, resulting In the de feat of the latter. Grayson, Ky., was entered and held by a force of Confederates. Colonel Burton of the. Forty-elphth Now York, with the kft wins of his regiment, and with the steamboats Planter and Starlight, having guns aboar...

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. — 11 October 1912

tt4'ttfil u. T l k v, .... ,. Jk t V. . T Mr. and Mrs. John paughcrty v I.ritod at Lccmon Sunday. Born to Mr. and Mrs. George IIc T'i in this city Sunday, a boy. Attorney Jiwellale of Chaffee trancte-l busine in this City Friday. Mi-'S Winnie Jones left Friday for St. Louis where she will visit friends a few days. Christian Fried hoff of White water had business here Mon day. Mr. Cohen, of New Madrid, lias charge of A. S. Ilandmacher tailor shop. Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Wolter and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kurre motored to Edna Sunday, Dr. Sadler and Lawrence Wag ner made a business trip to Pat ton, Monday. Sheriff Schade returned Sun day from Sedalia, Mo.', where he had attended the State fair. Judge Et D. Hays made a busi ness trip to St. Louis last Fri day. Mrs. II. II. Mueller left Sun day for a visit with relatives and friends in Memphis. ' Judge Henry W. Bangert of Gordonville had business in Pro bate Court Wednesday. Mrs. W. L. Mabrey is enter taining the Methodist Ladies thi3 afternoon....

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 18 October 1912

.c!ltl Ndl'lil.il , School JM ( f( ,4i;-!)i:- (s 7 i M h J a , B.f, ... o IKE PCCPLE'S PAPER "ALL 1HC HEWS THAI'S FIT TO fRINT " S"v'2:CI?!PT!uH niZlj X1.C3 A YEAR, l ftQVA ; Vol. XIV Capo Girardeau, Missouri, Friday, Oct. 18, 1912 No. 41 LOCAL MSDGEKEnflL Ed. D. Hays of Jackson, had business at the Cape Monday. Mr. and Mr3. M. E. Leming went to St. Louis Monday. II. E. Alexander had business in J. P. Court at Jackson, Sat urday. Manning Davis and Ben Cald well spent Sunday with home folks at Fruitland. Chas. Schweer and family vis ited Mr. and Mrs. N. VV. Keel ing, at Jackson Su.. uy. William Byrd of Jackson and Ruddle Byrd of Texas were Cape visitors Monday. Mrs. A. J. Fagan, who has been out in California for some time is back home again. 3 Attorney Wilson Craemer transacted business here Mon day. Julian Friant, after a week's stay in St. Louis, returned home Sunday night. A Mother Goose party and supper will be given at the Methodist church Monday night. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Sho...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 18 October 1912

!3 i:;sur.KECTio:i i:i rncAOAGUA vAr;:;;r iiillDNATlOML C: -3 to. C e ifJ't'.td T'sn Pa 4 It A'! r:;urtJ O.t, T!irri-h Hi Mai P'.hr Given K: nn Away. A tier l- pr-1.'V!!ry law first vn( Into effect sri trUhwaa In OUsywa t-r t1 taro? t MrCa!m v accui ff tt'.'.U g iriucr er.-ntrary to tha stai '.. I m fii.'ty all rtfifct ar.d at P.rtt waited to plcsJ guilty, but hi Lawyer f rsnH.li-tl hiii) to flpnt the tfrt. "Deny evcri thing," said tha la yer, "n.ku 'em proie It. Tbay w!U live a lot of trouble doing that." The raze n cald before a Justice Of the tc&cs and the prosecution u eond'icted by the county attorney. JkTcCaatia h'rnfc.If ci:REtd to tett'.fy lu his own behalf. When 1t can3 the turn of the proFPculii.g attorney to eianina bud be commenced at fol lows: "You ere fhn 3f fondant in this case, art you not?" "Ol am not." "1 your fckiiie D-nnia McCasMnT" "It Is tot" "Did you on the Fourth of July" "Oi did not" "Well, Just hold on. Mr. McCaslln. till I finish toy question." 'That's...

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