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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 18 October 1912

ELECTRICAL iiVVORLDl! NEW ELECTRIC FAN .UNIQUE Eliminates Dangar of Contracting Cold nd of Cutting Finger on Revolving Blades. Only two objection.!) bave been rained to portable electric fans, and neither of theno Is serious. One Is that there Is danger ;.f cutting the An gers on tho revolving blades In a mo ment of carolnKMieHs, and tho other In that tho direct draft from those fans Homeiimes brings on a colli. Klther can oiiHlly bo avoided, but a Louisiana man has invented a fan which eliml- New Electric Fan. nates both rb'ks. His fan Is substan tlally tho same as others, but around the blades la a circular piece of metal that acts as a shield and guard 8 the flying propellers. Being open at top and bottom, the air escapes In these directions, and has the effect of cool ing the temperature of the room the apparatus Is in without directing H full force against the overheated skin of some one. FANS CIRCULATE WARM AIR Householder Raises Temperature of Room Twenty-Five Degrees In Shor...

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. — 18 October 1912

o 7 u vc,.. ' . i it..-; r.. c. t:-.. iKcset'.t' Secretary Drros U.xss ! t V Aisass! ss lie Prepres Tire a Efcoaii Cvi!'st. to C- c-fT et Cl I C-.'rr.S'.i, tft.?-r lb -'t of .Vitrei 3. JS19. Ms i . i stcwcBl ! t-. Owuer!.'.? asJj . . . r i - t . ,ar.2i v.-?c at short ran waukce. Wis.. October 14. jwrate attempt to assassi nate Co!. Theodore Roosevelt to n:j:ht fii!J when a 32-caliber lu'dvt aimed directly Et the heart of the former pre sideftt end fired e, by John Schronk. of 376 East Tenth' street. New . a . 77 7i ,0 , York City, penetrated a bundle eJtyllie Ac! cf Art. 24, 1912. L f man,.trririt containing the .n. Edit.-r, Girsx-su, Uanagin Cs;e Girardeau R-js ir.es s M C. 1. IV. it Hough, .21' address which Col. Roosevelt i was expected to deliver to-nighi, cr. R.C. Ho:gh,!and wounded the Dull Moose candidate for president. .age-r, i. v.. 1 ll.h. Cere Girardeau. M- Pito.Ki'.i-r. I: i rh. t r.rr ' Girardeau, Mo. Ov.-r.er, Fred Ge-ycrt, Jackson, Col. Roosevelt refused to sub mit to...

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. — 18 October 1912

f if - ' "? : W i H - 4 I ' hi , , . v V," - s ' : . J I ' I ' : '. :-f "i','v; -' V i' V'n;v---:: y Si's" ' MS S --r--. UZZry-FTtr 'Ph7- w. turn. jg4Mi o r r 7) f o !ti(; A,,'. ,. S..J t.-4 v BOTTOM t fm mm W-m, BENNETT LISTED WITH GEORGE W. Cape Girardeau, Missouri We have some of the Best People, Best Churches and Schools of any place throughout the Southern States; health is good, and the people sociable and friendly. We have broken the record on having more handsome and beau tiful single girls and more, happy mariied menthanany other place in the smith. We. have some of the finest Farming Lands and Best Stock Farms and Best Ranges of any place in S. F. Missouri and N. E. Arkansas. Come and buy a home while you can buy it dirt cheap, and live in the Best country and among the Best People in the world. f I: No. 1. 205 acres, 200 in cultivation. One of the Best Farms in S. E. Missouri, located 6 miles N. W. of Cape Girardeau, and in 2 miles of Egypt Mills; a bij? county road runni...

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. — 18 October 1912

Y ( ; SYNOPSIS. Tie s-en at (ho onettlnir of thi 'ory In 1M In the libinry of an oM worn-out iniUiern pltinuuion, known ns tlm Har ny. The plnoe 1 o gold, and its history nnil tfmt of tile owners, the juintnn1s, is the aubjoct of rilm-uaHlon by Jnimllifin Orennhuw, a buidtieert mnn, a n-y. a fnnrr, when llnnnlbn! Voyn "'ranfflr l;tiu!i Bltulvn, Ht"1 l't Jiarnid, myfKoiloim child of the old lunry tolls how he ndnttol th boy. Nn ffouHtern fiinilly, rt(iKi- Ills nppt-nrn'. thHrtll Fprrlh ivn fh Himn'. but ! Quliitnrdii deny any knowlosro of the Ky. Yaiiioy to kp ) luiiiilbu). 'ptln Vurrall, a frlond of th Oulntnril, n l,"''a and a.nha qiicUon about tlia ltar Ony. CHAPTER V. (Continued.) When Betty Malroy rode away rroui Squire Balearo'B Murrell galloped after litr. Pre.sonlly nho httnrd the beat ot fcls horse's boofs as be came pound ing along the Bandy road, and glanced back cTer her shoulder. With an ex clamation of displeasure she reined In bep horse. Murrell quickly gained a fnace ...

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. — 18 October 1912

ft 4. FILLING AND CARE OF SILO Sreater Danger f Putting Up Silas Too Dry Rather Than Too Moist Keep Out Air. Corn is ready to bo cut for ullage when the fcraln Is In the dent and Blazed, but can still be broken with the thumb nail, says a University of MlBsourl press bulletin. At thla stage under normal conditions the two or three bottom leaves will be turning brown and the shuck will be turning yellow at the end. There la Greater ircp nilRY IITFMCM Q P" CAM i f,al1rr of putting up silage too dry KtLr UAIHT b I tN-ILb tuEAPJ rather than too moist In a stave silo Homr.-Made Sterilizer May Bo Put To gether at Coat of Few Dollars Directions Given. If the dalryiunn la to keep hla dairy j utensils absolutely clean ho muHt ster- ' lllze them dally, Thla Is'just as nee- essary In tho small dairy aa In the largo one, writes F. L. Austin in the Country Gentleman. The dairyman who milks o;ily a few cows cannot afford an expensive equipment In his dairy room. Many who do a profltnblo but modes...

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. — 18 October 1912

I t t t t It i . t f ' if t Miss l;isie McNeely cf Loemen very ill with typhoid fever. Born Saturday, to Mr and Mrs. Albert r.cattio, a son. Cel. Mabrry hail business in the lower counties first of this week. Mr. McWilliams, Brother the terra advisor, is visiting Jackson for a week. cf in Mr. Hannibal, agent at the Iron Mountain Depot, had b nes3 at Charleston, Monday. i- John HotTmeister who was injured in the auto accident a few days ago is improving. Miss Mary Bornice Williams entertained the Bachelor girls Friday afternoon. Miss Nora Weltecke is confin ed to her home on account of sickness. D. II. Cartels of Whitewater, Mo., transacted business- in Jackson Monday. Martin Wagners' have into their new residence, is just completed. moved which Chas. S. Hunter, a colored orator spoke at Concord last Fri- night. day Frank Medley went to St. Louis Saturday to attend a meet ing of the Knights of Columbus. John G. Putz went to Poca honta3 Tuesday to attend the funeral of Miss Engelhardt...

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. — 1 November 1912

SiU Normal f!o!i(,l y ' : t" J , (I 4 ' i i ! Ji f 1.1 ! f 1 4 i i ! 5 A i f I -ft-,", " -. I 1 tt...s !HE PEOPLE'S PAPER "Al,l TEE HEWS THAT'J f!T TO PRINT" susscftPTi; n;zz, jusa a year, m &svi:::t Vol. XIV Capo Girardeau, Missouri, Friday, Nov. I, 1912 No. 43 LQGAL MID GENERAL Superintendent Stearnes of Portageville spent Sunday at his home in the Capo. All work called for and de livered at IIandmacher'3 tailor shop, rhone 875. Adv. 39-4t. Chas. Hehrens and John G. Ileinberg with their families, spent Sunday with friends here. Oar County Ticket. Mrs. Charles Lamb, after .-pending a few days with re latives in Illinois, returned home Monday. A. S. Handmacher, the tailor, will dye for you. Give him a trial. No. 30 Main street. 875. Adv. 33-4 1. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rigdon, of Sikeston, spent a few hours in this city Sunday, the guest of Dr. J. B. Roberts and family. It gives us pleasure to ce.ll your attention to oi.:r county candidates, for the reason, that we are convinced tha...

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. — 1 November 1912

SHARP PAM5 IN THE BACK ( r . - i 1 il Xos Point to H;ilrln KiJney Trouble. Have yon a l.ima back, rh ing day and nig htr lk yon feet a harp pain after " bending over I When the kid- i ' f ' . ! f 1 l! . i i t V SYNOPSIS. T - .( itio openlnc of tha story to fc.'-t In t.ha 1'brary of en oM worn-nut -'tbern plantation, known r tha Er vy. The pla." la to be luM, and (m t."j!rtrrt, to aulvJnRt of dlru!(B by rHr,Kr known m Iilnf1fn. and Ttob Tarn y. A fi-mtir, when llnnrilbfti Wuyp IiK,lil, k trijrl4Ti'l ciiu! of thu okl 'uthro fniiiy, mnkM his apprani'. 3 riry t'li how h '1oiit'J Iho bor. N a lhn!n I rrrig buy tlio l-ir.roi)y, but the t "y. Vncy to ke.t Jiatinibnl. Opinio MufT. a. frifind of t! Wulntar.ls. p ir niMnn pnoiir tno ny. Trouble at Bt-rtch Hill. whn f?an- Is kll iait hy Ixiva Blount, Cau iitn Xlurril'a ftirn. kfanoy overtake i-munt. fiiv-s him a thrawiihm and a"Ourt' t r tiy. Yftticy anpparn bffora Hqulra I'&laam, an-1 Ik dlMhariror with cot for tos rliilntiff. linttr Malr...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 1 November 1912

CIVIL WAR FIFTV VEAR3 AGO THIS WEEK October 14, 1862. Tbo London propeller Ouachita was captured In the Gulf Stream, opposite Fry Inn Tan shoals, hy the Uitlted Slates gunboat Memphis. A skirmish occurred at FUnnford, K., between the advance forces of the Union army under General Buell, and the rearguard of the Confeder ate army under General Iirairg, re sulting In the retreat of the Confed erates, fourteen of whom were taken prisoners. Stanford vras occupied by Union forces. October 15, 18C2. Governor Vance of North Carolina, In an appeal to the people of his state for eupport to the army, said: "After the moRt Btrenous exertions on the part of Us officers, the state finds it Impouslblo to clotho and shoo our sol tilers without again appealing to that overflowing fountain of generosity the private contributions of the peo ple. A. groat lot of blankets might yet be spared from private use, and thousands could bo mudo from car pets on our parlor floors." Tbo bark Lamplighter, from Ne...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 1 November 1912

..! ft :rn r! v M)i I ' o ! i o r it 1 0 ! -1 r.wi; 11 M.: Fti.:;ij tr (;, f Hi'i on, i-'iiior. I -;i . u .! us K- tond i-.Iums Kwiitor tt t'; pi-il or.Ic t Or fi;ror:?.-nu. Mo whVr Cio 't "f J'rircU 3, 1S79. C: For Circuit J::ic To the Voters of the Twenty eipAA Judicial Circuit: On account of the jreat popu lation cf this circuit and on ac count of the Lrief time interven ing until election, I will find it impossible to personally visit more than a rrr.a!! per cent of the voters. Therefore, I am choosing this plan of bringing my candidacy to the attention of the people. Judge Tar is recently resigned from the office of Circuit Judge .after serving the people in a most worthy manner, leaving as a heritage to his successor a high example of integrity and ability on the bench. The Democrats nominated as his successor Hon, Frank Kelly of Cape Girardeau. The Repub licans have chosen me as a candi date on their ticket. Neither of the other political parties have named a candidate for 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. — 1 November 1912

I conn shot at jacxsou KIG SUCCESS. Many Farmer Attend. The display of corn at the show at Jackson the 23 and 30 wa3 certainly magnificent. There was corn of all kinds big, little and medium, and of all varitiea. The display of fruits, jellies, preserves, canned goods, as well as butter, bread, and all pro ducts of the farm, garden and orchard, was immense. Poultry was represented by almost all breads, consisting of fine speci mens. Any one to look at this display would conclude that Cape Girardeau county is an ideal place to live. Lit) ol Preuiua Awarded lorPtizc Prtdecla CORN. Class "A" Mens Clarence Tuschoff first. C. M. Luetge second, Geo. VV. Peterman third. Class "B"-S. D. Williams first, E. C. Tuschoff second. M. J. Meyer third. Class "C"-Da!e Crowning first, Wash Gladish second, Robt. Goza third. Class "G" Boys-Glenn Ilens ley first. Albert McBride second, Linus Morton third. Class "G" 1-Leona Brinkhoph first, Ryland Short second, Roy Mathews, third. Best Display of Corn Pro...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 1 November 1912

li ODD WINTER COAT TG)lOGRESS of flteWOijlJP) Herald Pvibllishin-gi Co. CAf t CURAROiAU MlBSOUi'J Th enr ?pani to hnvr burn a tiiiijip r crop of tv.7.7 nts. ff : ! : ' : I SOMK THINGS THE HUSY WORKER IS DOING FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OT CIVILIZATION Sunday sport 5)1 continue to !ct toll la tai-nan liven. n i r It a wonder that nobody thought cf clean money long ago. The country In eafe In spite of the C',i prtJIttions of certain roWlrians. It !s possible to be a perfect dare devil in aa aeroplane, but what is she cue? If Jt were not for politics a lot of young lawyers would find existence dreary. What has become of the old fash ioned joint debute between leading candidate? Some plutocrat should offer a prize for the encoumgenieut of longevity among aviators. Not only does It hurt an oyster to be eaten alive, as Doc Wiley says, but It cannot talk back. Women's dresses, wo are told, are to be tighter. Gracious heaven! Can ouch a thing be possible? Artificial rubber Is said by an ex pert to...

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. — 1 November 1912

PARALLEL (f FAMOUS M E G By C TERRY tCowrt thi by AMAZINQ CAREER OF A WOMAN THIEF. II 10 criminal records show 'll 'A' that very few women have boon successful as all around thieves. There Is no constitutional reason why they should not be able to mako Just as good pickpockets, sneaks, or do hind of criminal work not upon brute force. Women 1 their bands at every aort oven to holding tip men on ay. Put the common expe- burglar: s;iy otK deponou. have tr of crime the. high rW'nco of women, except In tho line of coiifhleuco work, forgery and picking pockets, can generally bo stamped aa failure, and no good reason can be as signed for tt. While many women have been suc cessful In limited branchus of thiev ery, tew havo reached a very high jtlsco In the criminal scale. Among these no one is entitled to a more prominent position than "Peg" Foster, tho widow of Denny Brady. She bad only been married to Brady two months, and bad been with him on several Important robberies In Con necticut,...

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. — 1 November 1912

iJ.irn.l KJcin r.uuo a busint trip to Ft. Louis ! v t week. Co::nfy Court will be in session Monday, Nov. 4th. it 'being the rojTiihr November term. Attorney Wilson Cramer left Monday for a business trip in southern counties. The Bloomer girls beat our boys in a base ball game, Satur day, five to three. Miss Cornelia Trickey, steno grapher, has cone to Benton. 111., to nccppta position there. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Hough visited friends and relatives at Columbus, Ky last week. The regular term of Probate Court will be in ses sion the week beginning Nov. 11th. John Lucht, a civil engineer from Illmo, was a Jackson visit or last week returning home Tuesday. Goodwin & Jean, gave the contract to W. W. Taylor to build their creamery, which will be a two story building. Mrs. John Neumeier and chil dren visited relatives at White water, Mo., returning p.ome Monday. jsiondaym this city, so many Sheriff Schade returned Friday jaut03 were on the streets, also from Farmington, where he ' any "...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 8 November 1912

N'U ih.'i! F'-ciffK,; Ju tr "e w J I '..,..-1 l:;7 i. i J 44 V 1 i J 3 ! .1 ! -1 is ...ituu... 4 ' o IKE PCCPLE'S PAPER "ALL THE XtWS THAT'S flT TO PftiKT" su:::niPTic:i vv.zi, ii.c3 a rcn, vt i?,w;:z Vol. XIV Capo Girardeau, Missouri. Friday, Nov. 8. 1912 No. 44 LOCAL AHO GEriEOflL Dr. T. II. Williams is visiting in Oran a few days this week. Morton Randol visited at Jack son Tuesday. L. V. Davi3. of Columbia, passed through the Cape Wednes day, enroute to Stoddard County. All work called for and de livered at Handmacher's tailor shou- rhone 875. Adv. 30-1 1. MissTerzahMechin is visiting relatives at Grays Point this week. Mrs. Laura Howard and daugh ter are visiting relatives in St. Louis this week. Louis Lesem of St. Louis is visiting his brother in this city, M. E. Lesem. Mr. and Mrs. Mann Byrd pass ed through this city Monday en route to their home at St. Louis. Ruddle McCombs of St. Louis passed through the Cape Tues day on his way to Jackson. Tom William3 and wife, of North L...

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. — 8 November 1912

jui v-. j- ? f ? uJl'ii'-UtJuiU' ' )! Lesson .if"1 . "V, -sf VY ; err r. c. ft CS!i:J.. i f e.wwJ 1 1 F.'OVEWEER 1a 111 L-- 3 TEHrERANCE 6 UN SAY. -''"iS.'-. - ' '--- i ; . ' V i " T T vrc r"'- 1v? t!-t r. ow8.'.c tr.At ftr !.. 5 t IS. S ' "' : i 5 t ' r f 1 t V .- ... f r '4 ' "K '. rv: Hv.. ; r- r S ' . C CHAPTER X. ..S A L'V ctr. rs.Ar i i T ss- 5 W C7. J-'-. 2V-ri.- J 3 CZ?rt.T W'.-f K t tfc l.tfcu: tf tfc .:tt evir.t saH tijo-j, Wyas.1 ti-'.s ttm frl tAt-A sway la . s..r.trticett ica s i.f'i'.f!;.!. "WhU if It Act a Any fco. iB"ttyT" Toa d.'aaait3. . "ETMTtttr. th Tcia Bii 3P;a,!d Ob, isat it ta"Jiifi: i ta o !--iA to ..." r.eJ E7, tt wits t-r jf- i'J'.l ts4 oa vs'i-r tf t,t r. tie ;,. tJta t tier fet tt b'4 get ilelt f It A;'. IOCJS t'.--Svi, tiit ii oce c.sa- .rt! '"CViy. Tea! Wtjr tie iB fcxs'c iSk ti.;7" "I.5.! wfcAt'r tr.q .irf i Tore. "Wty, ti: ail wd c1 fcrif. And th pttt CTerjr'o'a?" Mr. War nhhui tli ctJa reJctlT iy 5'.a tte tick; of IU tr.i. "That ev;t cf thltf locJct...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 8 November 1912

SUCCESS FOLLOWS JUDICIOUS FAOLllflG IN WESTERN CANADA IT 18 CERTAIN. Tha utory of the Big Farmer In W'pRtarn Canada, End the Immense profit he has mado In the growing ol (train, has been told and retold. IT has bon found in all parti of the provinces of Mnnltoba, flaohatchewan and Alberta. tHls Brleudid farm build ings bavo been pictured, bla traction outfits described and hla princely sur roundings, leauHant of bla success In growing grain, have been portrayed by letter, press and camera. It certainly la not to bis discredit that by sue ceafuly applying common sense and up-todato methods to the conditions that climate, a good noil, and splendid market have placed at hand, that be has made the best uao of thera. He la not too rroud to admit that ho came to the country a very few years ago handicapped jia to money, leaving be hind him unpaid mortRaRes In hla old home land (which are now wiped out), and he la atlll today the samo good hearted fellow he was In the days that he had to w...

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

.v; : 1 V. f: i : xv ) t; 5 f Vf ! IT ( M fr: -,y It tV . I W'-t. a j : ! had c.irTi-- S..".t'Ji I..;Cta. Mir, j n?--'ta ar.il rer.r.3jlva.ia f:-r a Jt-U! ctv-crol vote of 121. . Fcr.ator Dixoa cf Slontav.a, !C:1, i:.v-:-wIt' irirar, was etetcJ for re-ffrctio.i. PcmocrsHc tse?r. Iw'catcJ. ! President T?.ft has carril Ida j'r.o. UtiV, Vermont 8fn1 Wyom 'irvr. makir.z tho Pri-s!dt.-nt a tad c-Trii Tin.: rfrT7?V 'third in the race, with a tolalf tfir.ly J, -',X'fr.rsl Vti 5S73. v'i cv: iv: rCHlU f.3 3. w tr. .Wihon .2 have a solid majority in ;:ccs cf lie LcibbivTe Ccriressbnal Dt?ea- Ycrk. Nov. 6. Further! il r.3 for XV.--rn were recorded today, and this afternoon the lYoimint-flsct was credited def initely with 400 votes, in the electoral college. Irs addition there was a strung trend to Wil son in the rural rtturia from Har.oia with the Democrats de claring that State would add its 0 votes to the Wilson column. Rhode Island and New Unrrip- ehire were shifted from theTaft column to W...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 8 November 1912

0 Trustees Sals of Real Estate. Whereas. II. Clay Phelps and Eliza Phelps his wife, of the County of Cape Girardeau and . State of Missouri, by their cer tain deed of trust, stated the twenty-fifth (25) day of May, 1010 and recorded in the record ers office of said county in book 8 at page 8 Vof : 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 Capo 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 (67) feet in depth, also the south-east corner of lot No. two (2) in Range "D" be ing twenty-three and one-half (23i) feet front on Water or Levee street by a depth fifty-six and one-half (501) feet, all in the City and County of Cape Girardeau, State of Missouri. Which said conveyance was made in trust to secure the pay ...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 8 November 1912

H?r!dl rut.tlnhlrs Co. , C A P EGt RAROSAU - MtSSCUf.l WITH PEATii CLOSE A1 HAKD Hun!r 8at for Hour In Skiff, Not Knowing AHIgstor W Jut Behind Hb.i. Tor the nature student tho hnl-Hi of Tis 11l$stor hoIA much intrrt; to t?i camera sportsman he presents do- j'ffhtflll pnanlhtlll !.. whll4 to the jpvuryday tourist who will really fliu in his home ho rlll Rivt, an as sortment of sensations more Shrilling fhr.n could lie unearthed tn a year of fcrfllnsry globe-trotting. Hunt up the haunt of the creature fntil you flnd a river that ha frequent, reddle quietly and alono down the Jireaxn and ;ip the creeks n5 branches that enter it, til! you find ou the bank Ihe bed of fin alllgfttor with signs of Ncent presence, Hide your skiff. Bit fawn cn tho tc.A, and wait for him to poms homo. By and by, out In the tnlddlo of the stream, you may see h'ree little black dots the nose nnd ye of your absentee landlord and fcoon the whole head, tall, and back piuy appear. He will swim slowly to ward you, ...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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