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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 17 January 1913

1 Parisian Winter Coat Of Interest to constipate! jcop1n I I 5RESS ofteWOBIJ "'!'"'"""""'""'"""'' , .! " - . W f , MioT'r1 ! m fn nntwfl r f .S i crtli i !! i .Min )' Ht -i . 1 ti.M-.ft fift)l fid W.J.W. rmUt'ft to i ti r it ii ) at - omii Mi..Q or C'iri".l w flr.- f r Tlrtdf f-T'-dtrn. ri'li:lilT rwMix,,! I .-i.ni flcTr nl pS'rt i,n i..f tr.. U m-m fr.i.iM 4 ft tmij m v.rit pnHtn Vf n h -r i tf w 1 1 hnfti wt r if rn t h t -till r btx a, At t,i i ,n ft.t ni iiri(r ir i. or inct 1rm laJu'Wirtrci Brt-x-ral t rr vrtJ ra'mn t( j i-pf tC t Um ( m.,41 I llkii ft ,M t.m.lMh SOME THINGS THE BUSY .WORKER IS DOING FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF CIVILIZATION ' r ! SEE HUMAN NATURE REMEMBER 0L0 IGF. I ft R TD)KO( . 1L V x Bankers Have Exceptional Op portunities to Note Idiosyncra cies of Their Depositors. CAIN IN CHILDREN'S DEPOSITS Little Onm of the Workers Through out the Country Are Evincing a Very Creditable Disposition To ward Economy, It Has Been Noted. It was the bank president's btmy nornlng, ...

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. — 17 January 1913

4t C. K. Sclbcrt left Sunday for northern points on business. . W. H. SachnR of Fruitland was a Jackson visitor ruosday. Oliver Alexander of Frui'dand was a Jackson visitor Saturday. C. G. Sibley returned Sunday from St. Louis, and rrport3 Mrs. Sibley improving slowly. Dr. C. V. Alaop returned Sun day from a three weeks visit with relative in Kentucky.. Attorney Marvin Doyle of Walnut Ridge, Ark., had busi nes in Circuit Court Tuesday. Alvin Taylor of Sikeston visit ed in this city Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ily. Tay lor. Alvin Kneibert of the McAtee Mercantile Company, went to St. Louis Monday on a business trip. The Ladies Aid Society of the Methodist church meets this afternoon with Mrs. J. G. Ilein Lerg. Mrs. Nettie Howard returned! from St. Louis Thursday from a few days visit with relatives in 1 that city. ! Mrs. Carl Wallace left Sunday for Mt. Vernon and other places in Illinois to visit relatives for two weeks. Mrs. S. C. Slaughter of Port-! ageville, passed thro...

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. — 24 January 1913

m nztwz PAJta ail tri mra tum's trt Y n ! f tnz:i rr?sr, n.cz a has, n ;y;r ::i Vo!. XV Capo Girardeau, 'Missouri, - Friday, January -24, 1913 If you want to enjoy a good ahow go to the opera houaa tonight. Tony Frcderkh spent Sunday with his parents in Jackaon Sunday. Attorney J. G. Miller trans acted business in the county seat Monday. Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Miller left the first of the week for a sojourn in Texas. The Wilson Chapter No. 75, R. A. M., met Tuesday night and installed new officers for the en suing year. Judge Frank Kelly made a business trip to Kennett the first of the week. ... ... , .... Handmacher's tailoring estab Mrs. W S. Albert visaed her iishmenthaslhe onIy D Glean. mother, Mrs. Luer, of Foplar ; 4 m Bluff this week. Cm m ..f0", 1 hne (No. 875 and he will call for and Prof. B. G. Shackelford of the !deliver your suit- Adv- Normal faculty went down to his farm near Hayti Sunday. Mrs. Emma Vorwcg visited her brother William Bruening and family at Jackson the firs...

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. — 24 January 1913

f-. ' i .!r i Co. . :'i'..iT to nvc invr cu:;; C-i;1 f.'.nn fvVic'a Vofk Hard t Get. It. tot H "5ur Would Mv Eorne Ea'pp'ih." J'.-T-y i u ci.1 colored innii i j,.v.?;rit f-.r d-j-k tit r"j.itr- fro -,Mjt attention. On 0.y r.ot lor C..f n?:','o To 'u re-Ur on a bv.'ki-J-.-. m-ler e.t:v!t-.-wt:on ona of tli r "1 r;;i-.n-,l T-I'.U ft ftj kH0 duck .': Jr.f.fii'.tly i...:rac'',l t! attention Jtoimy. ,l!e bought the 'ilrd r.l tying Jin f-t t aether it It In a t.nrrH h f Jilsro for keeping St tuiiil time. t. (jult woili for the ririy. While Jli.nivy waa woikin with !M"ns of brown duclt and gravy float ing through his mind, one of the other mlryea removed the diirk from tho bnnel im.J rut it la a larre bot un'-d to 8''.ro lime. In th. placo of the thick ha put a little brown (loft. Then Jir.imy return J to the reeno. Ho m sskril ns to the welfare of lila future F'.it -per. "Ah lii.k illicit am all r'hiit," bo an-t-vrrJ nsd iV.-.-s to rcn?s'jro himself he took a p op in the barrel. When, . 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. — 24 January 1913

OFFICIAL PARCEL POSTS -71, in m ih. , . w ta,r.V-J--f-fe '-located. " fl-k.Ut mavWJiUjLLU--.i.-rii4 UAjJJ--wH4CWitn I I 1 Numbered squares represent units cf area; circles Indicate boundaries of III RATES praiEfii Government Goes Into Business of Transmitting Merchandise Through the Mails. NEW LAW FULLY EXPLAINED Country DIvldsd Into Zones and Units for Purpose of Fixing Charges for Carriage No Package Weigh ing More Than Eleven Pounds Is Mailable Anything Properly Wrap ped Which Will Not Injure Other Mail May Be Sent By EDWARD B. CLARK. With the coming of the New Tear the United States government will en ter into a new field of enterprise the transmittal of merchandise by what Is known as the parcel poet. For years thero ha9 been a demand for such a system of Inexpensive transmittal of packages. The camps of favor and disfavor of the parcel post scheme have beta about equally divided. Finally at the last session, of congress a bill was passed which will put the plan into operation,...

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. — 24 January 1913

1 I J v .. ..- ., ; ( . y i r :; :m ! !; !;,;!! ::r. ;; !('.' m.i t'.o i .- t .;'... .!'. O.i, - c;. ..-!. :! j t r, .. r !,. in I. f :n .?. liili. " i. Y,'c;l,, t! y U'.):v. r .i.n;:.rL.ir..k hoTvl la- reins 'of .;;'tnt J ir.cnt rc-r.v. .It in to le lic.pi-d I'.cyjwinb. i'.IilUle ! . . IUn-i.-tic t!-rm t';" R'.-Ht. though ;Tl When the lU .ul-Iican. tariff if lifted Vy IVmocrauc v,.tc3 from kj;i arid zinc thtrmiicri ami curators in the" lead district will discover ho wt rr: uch it cocf ? IsktAo sustain the Democratic I-artv. , V, -o Th late Republican State ad ministration rendered faith 1 ul and intelligent public service and If ft a rfrerd of rrpyrosg t cr.iciency to which the Republi can party can point with pride for years to come. Z "ThiGovernor business has been done to death," was 8 choice remark of GovernorJMa jor in a late interview (if he was correctly reported.) We will nott how the vindictive Democratic Governor does "this goyernoi business.) Eeforejhe t?ets" dont with t...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 24 January 1913

r ,'1 I..... 3 ' It'- Afflicted VUh Piles, Fistula or any Disease of the Rec- turn, Can You Afford to to on S'liiferinii. Sacrificing health and comfort, business ynd your every-day dut ies when I offer such substantial evidence that I can cure you as I no in uus ana me many auver- tiHomeiUs I publish from time to fag' hoping the disease wi'l gt n-rs test tr e Insurance Poli tirne? , well itself, for it wili' not. cy. . Facta are facts and Dr. bvery one of the hundreds and rONTTT tatthm Awn v a m Smith will do just what he says nunareus i nave cured durmgmy twenty-four years' experience in the treatment of rectal diseases in St. Louis have been afilicted fortv years. Those who had suf- take your case 1 will tell you St. Genevieve, Mo., fered many years expressed sor- nr?t how much it will cost you September 11. 1912. row that they did not know of be cured, and just about how Dear Dr. Smith: my treatment years before , ns W1" ta'e to cure V011, nac " the "cs or 2 ' Many who come to m...

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. — 24 January 1913

USir.G THE LEFTOVERS v I V: n ? - 1 r - M ! ill: , F 1 80ME WAY3 OF PREPARING M03T APPETI2INQ DISHES. ' v v'' ''"? u 1 1 1 ... y . i V' f ! t ...J n SYNOPSIS. TIM acne t th cpnln; of th story SM l tJ. lll.ii.ry ut an old wurn-out owtlurn pliir(ni"n, kn..vin s th Bir JiT. la to 1m noi.i. nd H tiuxory and that rf thu cncrt, tV.a "ilniara, ! tile subject of rtlicimnlnn br i inmlian Crenshaw, a bunlnoss man, a itiKvf known a hmnnn, an-.i Bb yiioy. a frmr. whnn llnniitnal VVayn lair,1. a mvatsrloua rlill.l of the olil uthern funuiv, manwa his appettrar:ce. an, y tril how b arlfiplf.1 th boy. N Jhanlsl J'errlg buys tho Hdrony, but l'ie VulntBrds deny any knowWIps of tli T y. ancy to kep Hantilbfti. Cnptaln M'urmll. a frl.-nd of thi tiul-itnr.ls, p tars anil aa(s qupntlons about the Har ny. Troubl at Scratch Hill, wlion Ilnn-t-"-l ' kit'r.npe'J by Dave mount. I'up iuriHil'a aiceiit. Vanty ovartakws S'lount, Kivrs him a thraahlnit and m'ur tr, boy. Tiancy apppnra bffora Pqulre Jiftlaam, and...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 24 January 1913

AND IM BEES EQUIPMENT FOR A BEGINNER; Mot Important Consideration In Pur ohanlng) Colonlen of Bees i Thai Mealthfulnets. (By K. F. PUILUPS, Ph. D.) It Is deelrablo to begin. beok!pplnj with a email number of colonies. In purclinnlng tlii'Bo, It la usually bcRt to obtain them near (it homo rather than' to Bend to a distance, for thcrn In considerable liability of Iohs In nhlp nient. Whenever ponlblo, it will ba better to got bees already domiciled la the particular hive chosen by tho bee keeper as the bent, but If this la not practicable then bees In any hive or In box hives may bo purchased mid transferred. It la a matter of email Jmportaneo what race of bees in pur chased, for queens of any race may SAVE ALL THE DEAD LEAVE 10) (flP'l Queen Mailing Cage. be obtained and introduced in place of tho original queen, and In a abort time the workers 'will all be of the same race as tho Introduced queen. Thla U due to the fact that during tho sea son worker bees dlo rapidly, and after requ...

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. — 24 January 1913

i M - t !.. , ii ' .... l- - r (i T . ' . i Iv'" : V. F. 2 J ritunved Eatur :! iy from a hr. h'.c.;.) trip to lower count i 03. Prosecuting: Attorney Caruth crs trenrvcteJ huainer-s in Jack- son Monday. Circuit Court adjourned Thurs day Jan. ICih. after a very busy ten iUya tern. Dr. R. V. Van Amburg, of Lutcsvilic, visited relatives in Jack?(?n this week. John Deweese of Welch town ship way transacting business in Jackson this week. Alvin Kneibert returned Fri day from St. Louis where he had been several days on business. The Ladies Aid Society of the Methodist church meets this afternoon with Mrs. George Grant. Tony Frederick spent Sunday with his parents in this city, returning to Cape Girardeau Monday. Andrew Caldwell spent Satur day and Sunday with friends in Fredcricktown returning home Monday. The Court House was closed Monday afternoon, during the hour of the funeral of F. H. Wel tecke. Mifs Roena Shaner. the State W. C. T. U. decturer, arrived in this city Friday for a few ...

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. — 31 January 1913

i 1 4 i! ?. ; ir J s ( A ; I M in; j i 1 1 -1 , I 6, ..i ... flj?;.'i IKS PEOPLE'S PAPER "ALL THE NtWS THAT'S TIT TO PKINT" SUSSC3IPTO PRICE, J1.C3 A TEAS. P kt'4K.Zl Vol. XV Capo Girardeau, Missouri, Friday, January 31. 1913 No 5 LGO.U AHD GENERAL H Wednesday Day. was Carnation A. M, Tinslev, superintendent of the Water and Light com pany, Vent to St. I)uis Monday on business. Henry Meystedt bought a large bunch of hogs this week. Attorney B. C. Hardosty had business in Jackson Tuesday. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Mueller, Saturday, January 25th, a boy. The Mail Carriers ball on Feb ruary 4th promises to bo a de lightful affair. II. F. Sehultc. former coach at the Normal, was here Saturday visiting with friends. Quite a number of our citizens attended the funeral of Wiley Goza at Jackson Tuesday. 'TIS SAD EUT TRUE. Saturday evening, a gontk man, who was well acquainted with the prices on printed mat ter, called on The Herald for A. S. Ilandmacher, the tai!orr sorne job work, .statin...

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. — 31 January 1913

"I don't know." "This community won't Btar.3 fei ii figiitC:gdoctor 1 ' ( j; GYN0FS13. The cr-n mt h crn!rr of th trir U t!l in th l:hrnrv of :l oM , .rn-oi;t tmT. 1 h flam Ik ii b ,,). ar.1 !i t ''r-T n! ti;nt f pwpr ' ' Jfn-iti'wo Orfnsiiaw. a b'ttnMl man. r(.!, srr kronn m !:" :(. n1 Vtir v. farmer. wbn i i -inalbAl Wayne ir1. rr.vrtvrt.xi h.i.l of th o'J ou'.hrrn fn.flr. m"Hi !;! pirar. 1 tnrv ln.w h r;' ih ' N-f'-.r.i-l frr bu- It Iir.;Tv. ll'ft I-1 .,,-..,,, v.rry j.. u.-,.',-JB .f tr-e 1t-T. V ncv ( K-o 1"niii'-w. f'spt ' Hiflfli, f-I-ria of h yiilntarclf , "P- enjr. Trvu'..i at ij-t.au-!: Hi. I. when Hm- I in kl'lna4 t.y t)ava Diuunt. Ca 1fn MurTii m Mcent. Yn-y overtKK- t iount, giv li!m thrashing and ---ur htltim, nj i!. ia.-(.rifKt with -'. for r piaJTtiT. Btuy M.ili-iiy. a fridid of hff irT'.Jws. h an roJntrr U'i t'AT am .v-jrr-H who fr.-cs t.! atter.:).-.na cn her. ana U rehrufd by Pru- Carrti-trton. liesty a-U ojt fur her Tni".v-e home CarriTsfton tjitien th iun aifle,...

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. — 31 January 1913

body mjm Nature's Most Helpful Agent as a Beautifier loaal BOA irtEK 67fa Jufcr 'erfamiiieiifc '-V 7, A Ten-YearOld'a Party. I wish you would give mo an Idea bow to give a birthday party for my little girl who will bo ten !n January. (So you sea I am writing In time.) I don't know how to entertain children that ago. Give mo something eagy and at the same time enjoyable; also how to do about the candles and what to have for refreshment. M. L. 13. I am glad you have asked mo In time, for I am obliged to disappoint ho many by not having their requests soon enough. Put ten candlas on the cake, with a tall candle In tlio center "to go on." Sometimes It's called tbo "life" candle. Servo cocoa with a mariihmallow In each cup, and brown bread sandwiches with a cream cheese filling; then lee cream, tho birthday cako and candles. Let each chllu blow out a candlo and make a good wish for the birthday child. You can hide pea nuts all over tho jooj. 1 let the chil dren hunt for them ni nJing a l...

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. — 31 January 1913

wilrtOTW'mittiiu Hi mil w fch'W" iWalk rri'l.vy )y . ? t S. ?.T. ?;rAu'. Uif entire f;f.oc!c f n ):1 '. !i '.V ( V. r- - ' . i u ' '!'h. of n ""1 f :; TC'Uitik: s; n. i.nn lie iuu t.-.-en ! for rove rai month'!. tin' I Co oil ,-n.t C.t,. M el1!?? IMlttT flit . C!nnienii, Mo. . , .;. 3, ? Ucniu-y of Pocahontas vunv in Jackson. ,l-r Miller left Monday .'ss trip to St. Louis. for . .!a Aer returned Sunday t rmn a t'U.-inexs ti ip to St. Leu is. U.ii.rit Kcid returned Sunday t'nwn a business trip to northern l M liuis. he W. C. T. U. met in all day ."i'--n at the I5apti.t church 'o-lt')'il:iv Attorney i Uni.imfa'ld thi.- vwk. Will visited Kitchen of in Jackson . Mrs. Sherman M iss Kate Dennis h ;m hi:-t week. Haupt visited at Cape Girar- ( y CourX will meet the i!ar February term on Mon- f ! u nnrv 3rd. Uov. Ikivjs, pastor of the Fruit land charge, visited friends in .Jackson Tuesday. Attorney P.. C. Hardesty of Gape Girardeau transacted busi ness in this city Tuesday. Prohate court wiM...

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. — 7 February 1913

$ ifut Ncrmiiin-ilionl Jul z u . .1 fe' ! (: ,MU i) m if i h mm , h i .-I A , ' '", - M A .'.;''' r: f-iA .. A A.,. vrc 4 tf . o IKE FtCPlt'S FArtR "ALL THE f lS THAT'S TIT TO PRINT" SUGSCEiPTlC.'J P21CE, J1.C0 A TEAR.-IM A3V'.'I Vol. ::v Capo Girardoau, Missouri, Friday, February 7. 1913 Did you Lave a Wedrif sii:i of Lent. . li-.'' first, day The? eeurcil ri i t in session Monaay riaLr. ;ul:ir J. II. Fiv..i.i n trip to St. l..as week. ;.;,. i-.r l.ili Uit.'b'S d' the Harry Warner is L fives and l'ri !w! i; this week. tin;' )vla- Attorney li. L business in St. I the week. Attorney I;. C to St. Louis ia A! ;;.:, r.ik the lor Had lit' .-4 of liana sty went on a business trip. Den Caldwell Jackson last Sunt day with friend:.-. wen! out to .end the S. J. Wa through tin hi;-! way io '. Mr. and of Jackson, Mrs. II. 0. 1 .nil r pa -el on :. ; l.t a I'i U': . l try 1 '''i i-'i i visited their sit Homdi li:i.-; week. er Mrs. Morctirc Inioiii', panied by her dabbler, friends in St. Louis thi...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 7 February 1913

C J.'it jf 1 1 Z i w ! i Hftt'i J',t.b!',i'-.,-- C. p i . &! i "1 9 tTf .t'-.f l.'.r r,!;:nst of 11 It S?.nt wl.i. li o;i;n: from melting cthfis Tf you happen to fea ft'O'.n V.' litconF'n this is ens of tt.e f il football yn.rs on rtc.iii.J. A P'f'i boy of twelve bun a crop t-t whlrkers. A, j.MH-oek u litlia 'J&vtr, . it I r,). Xat-b:ts -xirrlmoc.-4 upon H.h urree died. Now tvy oyster and Folenca bus yet to fleviro ft way to clone the railroad switch that ought eot to ba U-tf opn. Tl!i ancient Egyptians osed para oln. But that had nothing to !o with, their complexions. We su&nerted n Inn time ro that those Turkish clgatettes would get "Use Turks, sooner or later. Emppror William of Germany hs ft clock that speaks the time. Time J money, and money talks. Another aviator knied shews that he lure of the sir It as potent fcefore Its tragedies began. "Be ft Bulgarian," said ft housewife, -ft she cent her husband out In the yard to bfiat a Turkish rug. A New York physician ays...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 7 February 1913

IT such thinif as constipation A trrv mn is always ready to "face the muslo" provided it Isn't that eld tur.e from "lyohengrln." 1 Mm. Wlnnlow's Pyrnp lor Chl'iAnm I H It I TTf TtltnirtTTt Mtl'Tr!'! 11!! 1 X HV J ! ! I ' 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 ! i ) ' i I ! MELISSA WILL NOT BE SCORCHED j BY A SUNNY DISPOSITION. Mrs. Mcrrlwld came Into tlio room where licr maternal maiden mint June was industriously tattlnK, and h?r head was drooping and her step weary. She passed her hand across her half-cloned nd Bank Into tho ealent chnlr, with a deep drawn nigh. "What's the matter now?" auhed Aunt Jane. "A touch o' sun, a touch o' sun," re plied Mrs. Merriwld, faintly. "Mr. Cllndden lias been beaming on me for the last three-quarters of an hour and there wasn't a shady spot In tho room. Ito's tho moBt refulgent person I ever did see, but basking In his rays for more than a half hour pfves mo pro nounced panps of anguish. Would you mind having the bf.nds down, dearie? And I'd like t...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 7 February 1913

Lac Kaa (Krn:'-l Sv !(.. Jiichson HficMl paMiiOt. :! every t'r; t..y ly ScrKVJl) I 1T-1 I A'.iAo (O'.'.Miy. , U. .'. ItoreU. !' '!:!''!'. join ;i ! , i tiv r.-ii-..-. poFvs .r i !. J," : ' 1 S .. V e i i . ; I i A' 0 i ' -i n ! .' j fcvf.iv Omil rioff'ni?. j tknoahowT-ltoA. C. Barti-idt, ' ' I':... iav h Kapt. C'r.i,iy Kami 'destitute, for t r. j i . porPdmn. t v v r . - - report f:i;(.vit! iff in-; Rernhaid. VoFhnge, overseer! i ;v !..;, at reported-1 N. amount due if"-."." np-l thfi rat ofTtoa et " Uininl. under M H' t of M ir.' h 3. lt7: I , , I ' , ; . U a1..".' I:-. (,';r! w-..:,e.v ''.') ir died, 2; u n t ; l,i OV !( ;:vim at, I -( ( : ' t: J i f . An'oliUlS ..I, ail' Il"-'y i'Tilv;.' m',..- Pome. tr.irius,)rij..,.,..i J........i .1 e " Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bchrcn; are visiting in St. Louis. Monday on a business trip. the ow of ; i. ci. ;.v : the p'.iut:Se.n Mr. WaFme V iMinM allowed ami war- i ami warrants ordered issued: i' s ord -red Pe-Ued. !' Pater Fid (.. hriileo 1-jmbcr ...

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. — 14 February 1913

"'"j T' 81 " A' t i I 5 .' i i i 1 5 , ' ! s i 4 I 1 t i s 1 i V o HIE PEOPLE'S PAPER "ALL THE HEWS THAT'S FIT TO rufal" SySSCHiPTlCN FZIZZ, $!.CD A YiAK, IS HUV.Zt Vol. XV Capo Girardeau, Missouri, Friday, February 14. 1913 No. 7 '71 LOCAL ACQ GEISERAL Wednesday va3 Lincoln's birthday. Plenty of cold weather this week. L. P. Gober, Benton, was in the city Monday. C. Wielpuetz made a business trip to Illmo Tuesday. Attorney M. A. Dempseymade a business trip to St. Louis this week. C. II. Marchildon of Thebes, III. was in the city the first of the week. Lafayette Caruthers spent a few days on his farm near Arbor this week. A. II. Schollmeytrof St. Louis, well known in this city, died last week. R. L. Ward an attorney-at-law of Caruthersville was in the city Wednesday. W. II. Bohr.sack, Jr., mer chant, went to St. Louis Tues day on business. Hold on to the troubles, you have for when they go there may come worse ones. At Springfield, a circuit judge recently granted thirty-seven di vo...

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. — 14 February 1913

Hfa'J pyb'is.-'nj Co. i " r:r.3. ASTC.i uriiuppy vc.:aj Wtetnv if Jchn Joccb Hit Net Even lfca Ccrc.!on cf Great Riches If Her Brreane fit. The r.isM vnbaj i'j oiia in New York" In IT rrsnner la t!ch a friend rec-r.Cy ivferrr-i to Mrs. John Jacob A-ttor, write a corrpunderiL "S!i ;ooii. U.e httifcftif.1 who tftkfQ from fcer la such tragio ' f ablon by tlf rrck of the Titanic, cf court. V.ul V,e I. Hi i,v.'nLfii.t stlsg cf that l rTHVt .!. . f;t i perh&pS past NOW tb It U ? Uo view ber future to frd fir i:fa tTiOcl before St bas b f ail. 'Tu M l-.-jt a your.,? woa-aa yc-nx wrrr.-an cf b au'y. All br short I.;3 she lm-d fully. Hb bad a. onJprfol capacity for enjo) incfiL H ber m hoiesome. b-rty, oiea ru d arc rj.uir.ce of the goedt that youth arid tboundirg b-n!th pod strtxg'.u brought fctr that first attracted the t."r,:;oa of the man wbo later mar tied her. That marriage as hit t:r!y critic Izc-d. And yet those who know her nay tuat it as a marriage of love only Perhaps others t...

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