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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 8 November 1912

LEADEHS OF THE ARMY OF BULGARIA XmX lUDIiEYpILlS Ar Plbt rn Curat. v C"nlt' TOW FlCKCHC. BHEUMATI3M, 2'. "''" ' ENLARGE PICTURES BY HAND Apparatus Invented by a German Does Work With A!mot Same Accuracy Photograph. An apparatus by means of which ptc lurea can bo enlarged by br.nd with alnioKt ns much aocunicy as u photo graph can bo mechanical enlarged baa been Invented by a Cforman. A lamp has a series of reflecting mir rors hinged st tbo top and a lens set la a tubing that polnta downward over the ortlBls' drawing pnper. A pic ture. :uppcBo It Is a portrait. Is placed For Enlarging Pictures. on top of the apparatus and Its i .'fleet ed Imago, passing through the magni fying glass, appears on the paper sev eral times enlarged, but naturally a perfect replica of the original. An artist of only small ability can then trace over the lines and make a fault Ipbb copy of the head. Such an ap paratus should be of great value to those who make a specialty of large crayon portraits dono fro...

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. — 8 November 1912

' 1 S' It i? )t t f M .T. M. S?!b of Randels was in the City Wednesday. Waiter Trickry, of Flat River, is home on a visit this week. K. M. ttcComl3 of St. Louis was a Jackson visitor th ia week. Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Hubbard h ft for St. Loui3 Tuesday after noon. Mr. and Mrs. William Bvrd left Tuesday for their winter home in Texas. Ella Newell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Newell, ia ill at her home in this city. Gale Williamson, sent Sun day with his family in this city returning: to Illmo Monday. There was about $12UO.O0 real ized at the lot sale in the Morgan addition to Jackson. E. S. Templeton and Charles Noland of Fruitland, had busi ness in Jackson Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Dern Slack are visiting Mr. and Mrs. John Slack in this city this week. J. W. McCombs, Sr., returned Saturday from a business trip to southern counties. Edward D. Hays is proud of the vote which he received Tues day, for Circuit Judge. Sara Wallace returned to Chaf fee Monday after spending Sun day with his fa...

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. — 15 November 1912

' 1 a 3 ' r r- .1 1 p. j j p h i 1 ; ' M 7 f i Mi 1 ! 1 I 1 f Co .3" o I HE PEOPLE'S PAPIR "ALL THE HEWS THAT'S TIT TO PRINT" s'JuscRiPTieai pi?:cE, $i,C3 a mx, n A3vr;ti Vol. XIV Capo Girardeau, Missouri, Friday, Nov. 15, 1912 No. 45 -m r -LOCAL flHDGEKERA Mayor It. K. Williams of Jack son was in the Cape Wednesday. Ike Caldwell had business in Memphis last week. Lee Phillips of New Madrid had business here Tuesday. J. E. Reynolds of Mattoon, 111., had business here this week. A. J. Mathews of Sikeston, had business here this week. Tony Frederick spent Sunday with home folks at Jackson. Attorney II. E. Alexander was a Jackson visitor Saturday. 5 All work called for and de livered at Handmacher's tailor shop. Phone 875. Adv. 30-4 1. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wallace of Jackson visited Mr. and Mrs. Asa Key in this city Saturday. Louis Ische of the Bee store had business in St. Louis Mon day. Joe Grosskreutz visited home folks at Springfield last week, returning Monday. Assistant Supt. W. W. ...

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. — 15 November 1912

s -"" ... fT- " ff " f r n 'Hi r a x'yi.n;:;Y c. irrY CRIMINAL Tc"i How He rinncd the Peed end Sought to Close Every Avenue ct Knowl edge to Hij Guilt. The; Detective S'iows How Futile Ti.rr? Kfforta Were and II ow the Old Aibrre, Murder Wiil Oi:t,wA;vvay3lio:j Good." 4C-oprtb IF. t. Ptima 5-MrWl.LIN3 ADVENTURES OF TWO ".SEC-2ND-5TCRY MEN." ... KC.Sut tie c'iaut;.. Hat .-", war be noted la the tnota- """ft f.lhlo-Terjr fa America none 1 mar snarled than raisins f tie "seeend story msji." H earned his tl:U t'-ora the fact that hla work Jway ) dr-n irtrrve Ci ground. While second story rotberle eillL, end always wiU, occur, the gTent (r-hfHvl of tlve rt, of which "15 'r E.nrk" MrCoy, Pete McOackaa and "KM" Keity were leaders, 1 tiling Of th f3t Th boMrseas with whioh "trCrid rtdrj niea" operate make It ppea'r t th unprofessional mind that an tmusual amount ct risk is involved. As a matter of fact, tb rink la sot so 1Ct tn ny number of other tyl cf robbery, la New York city tier itv be...

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. — 15 November 1912

I CIVIL WAR FIFTY YEAK3 AGO THIS WEEK October 3, 18G2. A Union picket party was captured near Pe-nsaccla,, Fla., The- Confederate 6teamc? Caroline, formly the Arizona, loaded with muni tions of war, waa captured oil Mobile, A l.i., whilo looking for a chance to slip through the blockade. Five regiments of Texas rangers, under the Confederate Colonel Craven, wcro defeated near Cross Hollows, Ark., by a force ot Union soldiers un der General Ilerron. General Grant sent a message from headquarters at Jackson, Ttnn., an nouncing a successful expedition ag.-iiust Confederate Irregulars con ducted In Missouri by tho Union forces operating out of Madrid. General Ilalleck, commander-in-chief of tho Union army, replying to In terrogations from tho secretary of war, usRcrtcd that General McClelhin's nriuy had been as well supplied, If tot better, than the Army of tho West. An expedition of twelve thousand soldiers, with transports and gunboats, left Newbern, r$. O., and proceeded up Albemarle...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 15 November 1912

rz C .m.'t'y ti: .1 ks'a lf'iald) r: ! ' : 'M .i ew y Fi i . ..r I .!?: rnird ncoonil ..!. in utter .it Ci rout i5'.eo at Cupft Oiraj u--Bti. Mo f. " r the m t of ,M.ir-5i 3, 1S79. Yes a k-rrrrT:":..' ...... x ., - !: . ...- I. J. .Y.-s ; For S(o k tuirt - - - W ' j, John A. Snl(i r, It ;IUt"Mt 5. Rar.ney, L 4T9 - tm j I C) IM CT) ' f O W ih I- (ft O O n t-i r o C M i t i : cio m fi ro i- ic if y, r-i j. rs -t (-0 ; 1 t- I r" M f U C-( ft UT T I f el H H H -f fH H - - o in 1 - M rorlnfnnti flrtd Childrpn. The Kind You Have Tllvays Dcughl .) O in u? ci c-i fit" f j o CO 171 Vvr Common IMn Juiifi K. R. Prho n, n.. . t r- 11 n 51 f o 0 if ?; r w f 'f r- ti c t; J) C H t w O) H h N M (6 M5 N i-' 'X1 f 5 H r CO f ' - w h ?i -o c-i i m cn it, c n oc t- o n m t rH r t t o - m 1.1 tTi 1 UT) I v- CI 1,1 t- M I - O " n X CD t-4 CI f M CM N r- r-rH. -f o t i r, - -r "(M M h t'o I - O f t O -C C i - t - C-1 (" ti N 'i'' c J m 0 w v xi t if h c 00 w ri c ifl ifl i- r t- W f t: "1 -- r-i .Ti o I ...

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. — 15 November 1912

Trustees Sale ol Real Estate. Whereas, II. Clay Fhelps 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 -tifth (27)) day of May, 1910 and recorded in the record ers office of said county in book 8 at page 81 o the land records of Cape Girardeau County Mis souri conveyed in trust to the undersigned trustee the follow ing described renl 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 (211) 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 leet front on Water or Levee street by a depth fifty-six and one-half (50 j) 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 one...

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. — 15 November 1912

:;-'j Cc;:::ty IlcrcIS H'?ra'i Put-!M.-'a Co. f'.lil born la rVnr.sylvanla- has tjsuispareiit bock. We'.l bn-k;l op, laii'd. If the men compelled the women t wnwr p!u-!ivIoi hen lher vould b trouM. L-uulon physician says Telle make women's noses red. Sort of a veiled liiHinunlion. A New York man ran cp a laundry Mil of J3.r.31. Put, than. Ksw York t a strange city. Half tho population of France Is e'ienltura!. And the other balf lives In the I.t!u quarter. . Largo crops of presorvos are report ed by housewives, not meaning the rei-oxlde fcind, either. A Kansas dentist succumbed to In juries while playing; golf. . And golt is Mid to ba a harmless game. Hy the way, what became of those 'feminine faddists who wore going to irear socks Instead of stockings? Aetumn undoubtedly draw closer the bonds of devotion witness the fond clinging of tho affectionate flyl A man has written a newspaper to ask bow to get relief from snoring. Why don't he keep the snorer awake? r 1 Esperanto may hare b...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 15 November 1912

"1 "4 A : in ..- ii T; . V-( - ,V.. i i ? 'O SYNOPSIS. Tin- ecne t the opening- of the atory I laid Li tlie library of am old worn-out out!., rn plantation, known- a.s tl.e Bar ony The tilac-e la to b old and In lilntur and that of th' (ivnm, trie Sjuln rds, la tha subject of olU'ounnlon. bjr Jimn ' an Crenshaw, a bwnlnww man, a 5 tint- -cr known u Bln-len, and Ilnb I aw., a furmrr, wneo Hnnnlbal Wayne l" t. a mysterious child, of- tha old gout J rn fniuily, make hia epiaranoe. Itaii'-v lol'm how ha a.loptud the bov. Na tnani.l l-errla buya tha Harony, but tla tjuliu vr) deny anr knowledta of the, wy. Yanry to keep Hannibal. Captain Muiri il. a friond of tha Qulntnrds. up poars and aska questions alout Uie'r.ar ony. Tiunhlo at Scratch Hllli whrn-Hannibal H kidnapad by i)hv liloiint. Cap tain Murrell'a agent, fancy overtakes lilount, KtvrA him a thraliln and. ni -urrs tha boy. Vam-y api'iaie brfore Hcjulre Stalaaiii, and In 1leoiiur; wlfi romi for tha r.luSnilfr. B-llr Malroy: a frie...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 15 November 1912

' t ? i t V ! f t t 1 t t- (. .... , .-. .. - r ' w ' t.i t... . . . ... 4 1 't o l-rt V ! il t A WM) Mrs. C. irn ant to Mr. and Wednesday L. Gr No u;. Next Sunday i.-i Homo depart ment day at the Mrtbodist Sun day school iti this city. The Ladies Aid Society of the Methodist church meets with Mrs. J. P. J '.arks this afternoon. II. W. Bangert of Cordor.ville was in tbi3 city Monday, attend ing Probate Court. S'lulre Adams of Whitewater transacted business in Jack:;on Tuesday. C. C. Oliver of Leemon, J. I". Oliver of Neelys Landing were in town Tuesday. The regular November term of Probate Court is in scsr.ion this week. Thomas Miller of Burfordville ;" " """" " transacted business in Jackson '; BIG SOUTHEAST MIS Tuesday. SOURI CORN SHOW. The Foreign Missionary society of the Methodist church is being entertained this afternoon by Mrs. o. Uracrau. Miss Cora Elbrecht and Arthur The farmer3 of Southeast Mis. Eibrecht left Friday for Denver, - souri are prcparing for the big. Colorado,...

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. — 22 November 1912

Jw si a ri r-'r;'-t .- -i I m " i 'J ! IS t) " '.'1 : ) ( ! 5 1 '.' ! ( t . 11 MM m, 1 ' ' 1 G IStt PECPLE'S PAPER "ALL THE KW THAT'S TIT TO PHI!!"' susscsjPTicn price, $1X3 a year, i?j aeya:::i Vol. XIV Capo Girardeau, Missouri, Friday, Nov. 22, 1912 LCOflL AIIO GEufiflfl Judge and Mrs Ranncy made a flying trip to Chaffee Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Muetler visited in Jackson Sunday. City Attorney Whitelaw had business in St. Louis Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Ellis, of Ronton, visited the Cape Mon day. S. Sherman of visited hid aon Sam Sherman. Fredericktown here Monday Supt. Neale, of Maiden Ful Schools, made a business trip the Cape Saturday. to I Alvin Hass left Monday for Maiden, where he accepted a position as stenographer. All work called for and de livered at Handmacher's tailor shop.' Phone 875. Adv. 39-4t. Miss Bessie Limbaugh spent the week end with home folks at Jackson. Handmacher will take care of his trade from the country. No. SO Main street. Phone 875. Adv. 39-4t. Mr...

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. — 22 November 1912

A ' v i 1 . synof&is. Tta at .. cnrurit of tl a-Tf t f i In t- i t,:-?y of ftn oM ioin-ovit iji-rn p.' ii;ei, known ri tt Bat "ll. )s to bo ftoi I, and Wa 1 v iry r,j of tna pr.en, tl I tl ailte?t 'f dllw.ijoVon by J--rf-ia t ffnrja. a k":lna man, a p'r?i!i;r bur-u,n a I!! fn, ari-.l )'h ')' . a rm-r. .!i"n lt,irmlat Wayea l"'ti 1, j-'''r!on c':''l of Oi n'1 ''jts --m f.r.iuy. H ppf-M r a n in -y t-";U how h aK;M O.e bv. Na f ; .. -I Jcrn bjy ti.o iroity. but I' tt C" ruri f1-:nv nrf ff ' i y .-) y 1,7 Kro Ijunit t-ti. t iptin fc anrll. fiH.n4 of lti y uln tt r t. nfi- t-.r. Tro!il at HUI. when Ho- ?.?urrtl:"ji fif-nt. tsrf' vrtfiWt t t"V. Vani-y n:tfir l-vforo luvre ), - In (1 -f witn . 'ait!jr. turuy Mlnr. fri?n1 of i -Tri!, hn an ncoi.'nter lr'n 1m; HurrHl, who forren atttl.'ir on t. r(! ta rud ty I'r'jr CarrtB'n. i .,"y o(o I of liar Ttnnmr !.. lini((n takn'a tT aama atasrt. Taney t.r.i l:.-it!;lj3l i-af.rf8r. ar'.tli ISitTcH en inrir (nut. Hnn".al irnvw at tna boma af Jii-i...

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. — 22 November 1912

f i, . r i.- TO MAKE 0000 WIRE JOINTS Ohio Man Invent Inganlous Imple ment That Doea the Work In Most Workmanlike Fashion. An Ingenious Implement for maUInS wire Joints ha been patented by nn Ohio nan. With lis aid two pieces of fCR CTiOWINQ BETTER CHOPS Us of Commercial Fertilizer De pends Upon Kind and Character ' Which Is to Bo Raised. (Hjr D. O. LTON.) Allow ma to miavor tho quraMon M to whether commercial fertilizers mtiRt b lined by saying that I will answer It In the ninrmntlve. excepting, pcrhnptt, In tho case of tho furmor who carries on dulryliig to a conaldr erabli extent on purchased concen trato feeds, or the man who buys Uto Block and fattens it nit on purchased grain. Even In thefse canf! tho addition of so much nitrogen lnuutrus to the soil will "out It out of balance," nnd vvuh wire can be joined o firmly that the better cropn could be made by the ap- Jolnt is as strong as a single wire ana1 Is made in a moBt workmanlike faBh lon. The tool Is in two parts, each with...

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. — 22 November 1912

r-ot its-. Ui!:o:i Picked Oixllie Presidency c:.: .1 11 : 5.1 i I i .. :..it'.r. the j-.t b (vi d r.i-.f! sira.i, vft.'.-r tin; Ret ;f ? i 5, 1X75. TU ircrei-..o jn the ci3i;-.Ui. Tl.st -p;'-fu! theorists prr.w numerous e!,Gu?,h to hold the balance cf fewer.' vots cf the bunch of ever I Nearly 1CJW Missouri voters failed to take part in the late election. A vast majority of ibsm ere Republicans. o St. .Louis will not su.Ter much fr'm the defeat of the Republi cans this fall but a similar de feat next April will be disas trous. Hungry office seekers are al ready making Governor Wilson sign for the isolation of an is-, land of the sea.' ' " o ' Uncle Joe Cannon takes his defeat pleasantly much more so than the people who know his value as a congressman. ' ' ' -o JohnC. McKinley has resumed the practice of law at Unionvi'le bat i3 ready at a moments notice to do his full duty as a loyal Re publican. o Attorney-General Major as- cvi'y Ktsn'fL'd as were heir hjolhrcn in other States, lac...

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. — 22 November 1912

Tixsiccs Csle cf Res! Estate. Whereas, K.-'CIny Phelps and Eliza Phelps his wife, of the County of Capo Girardeau and State of 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 cmnty in book Sat page 84 of toe, -larid records of C3pe.Girard.sau, County Mi fiouri conveyed in trust to the undersigned trustee the follow ing described real estate, aituate, lying and beir.se 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 (21i) feet front on Water or Levee street, " by sixty-seven (G7) feet in depth, a!30 the south-east corner of lot No. two (2) in Range "D" be ing twenty-three and one-lialf (23i)' 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 wa3 made in trust to secure th...

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. — 22 November 1912

ft ., ... .. p v ft tt ' C. . Ff K O U - I '. V !! ' . ' . -- a - ---.-.-' - : w V . L- r h i 1. 1" I. .( .-L.i.Ulf. t :.j'fT'ir rnts Hv proved That Few Rr;i!!y TnUo FfiUbie Vkv tt furroundlf.jjii, ITo-w tuny j-fople Vibou you meoi In everyday Jlfo observe an nuc'a a they our 'it? If y?a tbli-.k It easy, try thli: Aek ornij jiirti.bcr of your fjmil'y about Aornc cbji-ct which t;?ry are turned to mi.-p. For Jnptfviire, a picture. A, whhih y?.y the h"nl fai-p?,' rlfsht or left. Rcven out cf ten wlil be a to tell correctly. Th yriior filed the office of tnrfr In the grangb for torn tlra, and fir an experiment one evening lUiVeJ Ilk r-.mibfr cf questions about the IiaJI la which ilio meetings are held: On "ObKervatlon night." as It wm rolled, soma Elxty members la Htprn'ann. For a starter, they vers 1k4 which way the Indian hoed oa the common vent faced, right or Ift Only two cou!- toll. Two door Ifaing to a balcony Ter neit brought to mind. A knob on one floor opened both. They were as...

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. — 22 November 1912

J. KISSED Hta OrTEM. FOLEY KlDIIEYFiltG' Krm PicN t fa Curat(v Qrwt"n- ton PACK-Grie.. MfukUTI3M, ) m Li i w i .y: WIRE THROUGH FLOOR JOISTS Awkward Job of Wiring Mad Com paratively Easy by Uta of th Standard Borir.y Maehlnij. Her Is a Job lu electrical wiring that often ecr.soa up; that Is, to run wires parallel with a celling , and tl.ryuRh tho floor joints, Bay the' Fop telar Kloctrlcity. Anyone who has ever tried knows that this is about tho most awkward place to bo' holos imaginable, yet with the standard boring machine now on the roarkfit the boring beoomos a simple mutter. A rigid standard, which may te lengthened or -shortened as desired. I Boring Machine, carries the auger or bit In a posi tion at right angles at the upper end. Tho bit Is driven by a little pulley which In turn la revolved by the rope belt which the man has In his hands. Over and over, down one aide and jp the other, goeB the belt and the hole Is bored quickly and no step ladder needed. BIG DREDGE ON YUKON ...

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. — 22 November 1912

rf I., r .;-r c. c. .u V ! - !: ft.- ; or and , 3 vHt. Arl for f few t.-M r..in, tj Co. rrovc, I f::;c ley. Mr. A. 15 ir. rod' Mrs. T. A. Jay Nov. IMh, a of ; in 111 J cn, T- ..I. - 'it.1'-. !.'. y. Hon. VV. H. Ilutcis, City As sessor of Cape Girardeau, was in the city on business Monday. Aid SOCiC'ty The Baptist Ladie3 will meet thi3 afternoon home of Mrs. Seabaugh. at the. I " ! payment. When the daughter Amos McLain of Fruitland has had taken 16 lessons she gave up moved his family to Jackson, the matter, and suit was brought He occupies the house of MofRt to collect the note. After much Wallace. j evidence and argument' by Coun- : isel, the jury brought in a ver- Sarn Wallace arrived Saturday j diet, finding the issues for the from Illmo, spending the week ! defendant. end in this city, returning Mon-1 day. : J. C. Wallace celebrated his Gth birthday Tuesday. Mr. Carl Wallace will have a sale Wallace was born in this County, of Berkshires at Poplar Bluff, Nov. 19th, 1826, near S...

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. — 29 November 1912

"ML THE MtWS THAT'S Pt TO T!tT ' Vol. XIV Capo Girardeau, .Missouri. Friday, Nov. 29. 1912 . N0V47 IKE PF-CrirS PAFR Acic Sherrill was in Commerce Wednesday on business. Will Goza returned home from St. Louis Wednesday. Tony Frederick spent the weeks end with friends in Jack son. Otto and Elmo Kassell left Wednesday morning for Caruth ersville. Thos. E. Clark made a busi ness trip to Advance the first of! the week. Attorney II. E. Alexander! transacted business in Jackson Saturday. j Mrs. Joe Heuschoeber and children visited in Jackson the first of this week. James Wilkinson, who has been visiting his son at Charleston, returned Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. O'Brien were in Illinois to spend Thanksgiving with relatives and friends. J. II. Friant and family made a trip to Cairo. 111., in their auto mobile last Saturday morning. All work called for and de livered at Handmacher's tailor shop. Phone 875. Adv. 39-4t. Mrs. Alvin Wagner returned to her home Sunday after a few days visit with fri...

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. — 29 November 1912

1 to. V- : -.r.'.i. !"ut wS'h f;t l! rrv,H.'. ( Tw '"-. ! t-ot fern to have cin r- ;n h f r V urci u t-t extui t !.'-. i It !-i t...t ):'"-,i't to r:'J'V 'the J--til-toy i!,..V9 jjj that rumur Ci coal Tn tf-( other f-.iv.vJ. H frT.:!nCr tv-rps thai no. .-I-.".; tla r:dS are f.ct hurt ' I v'.f y Cody's gotrff to ft T- lief.o." tVeliwes a fct. 1U phyidclao. 5?.H;-:"y days? Pd!cra Is advanced as ft cure for f.'.ut Gout m ft tloatl I-'utOCtSt'S i!(:M. A ri'taf-nr tramp arretted with l.C-.'.O pennies In h!.i pocket. He was cop j' ore;!, all r'&ht A rrtm'l r.w r"7T p r-nr.'rt A con troller of Atlantic City. Control fash Ions, bnthlr.? suits, or -what? Elerfrlo lights have now been used bout thirty years, but some people are eUll blowing cut the gas. A Csrir.An scirntiet a"s that tele phones make the modern man craiy. Ho mnst be on & four-party line. A Newport woman ts fined for ete&Hug a drens which she hid la her hat Bet It vol a bathing suit An Ontario doctor advocates hot b...

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