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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 14 February 1913

LI I I 71 sqv? rrr c"- 77 j,. - L 62 BRAIIAM LINCOLN Called his cabinet together on September 22, 18U2, to read to them hla f.rut proclamation of emancipation. In tho dlarleg of two of tbo mem bers of that council are given vivid running accounta of that meeting, telling of Lincoln's sol emn vow and Its conaumruatiGS. This Is tho story of that day as told by Salmon P. Chaise, secre tary of the treasury:- To' department about nine. State department niennenKer camo with notice to bends of departments to meet at twelve. Ite- eelved sundry call"rs. Went to the White House. All the members of the cabinet were Irf fittetid tnro. There h ftome pennral talk, and the president mentioned that Artemus Ward had sent him his book. I'ronosed to .read a c hapter which he thoiiKht very funny. Head It, and, seemed to rnjoy it very much; the , Ileitis also' (excoat . Stanton), of course. Tho chapter "Hlfeh banded Outrngo. at I."tic,V Th" president, then look a praver tone, and said: "( lent lenien : ...

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. — 14 February 1913

Cc;:. ;y i ('!(. ' .ji:t : v.. f.r.i':-5 h n-i-ijil ( ,V3 mutter pi V." I'. ' t :.'. ft' Ci"! Gi- vril.'EU, Mo under 1b aft of Vrc! 3. tS7. If the ground ho? didn't see) hu sha :ow an J flahi out he snowed under. . in There era bo many dry! the ITsi -.'atvre the 'Vets are efr&ii c.f gutting soaked, o - Ilur.drcda of legislative clerks at Jt fTirron City have bad one jay day but ret a lick of work. Governor Major ec2CV3 imbued ) with the thought that the State of I'isflcuri and the Democratic fti'iSOU iri ia not a ri state ta 1ave at this time, though the Democrats think they own it. Their title it v?ry defective, however. The Republican party in Mis 'couri ia each a lively corpse that the funeral proposed by the Desjoerat3 has been indefinitely postponed. o The legislature "aint done -nuthin' nohow" ancZaint a goin to do r.uthin' till the members -nd senators sret homesick or tired of the clerks. o When two political parties agree, on the main propositions fi'fa fclitferra one 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. — 14 February 1913

t -- 1 .3 v- -V LliiLLP.- Afflicted With Tiles, Fistula or any Disease of the Rec tum, Cen You AHcrd to go on Suberic. Sacrificing health .and comfort, business and your every-day dut ies when I -offer eurjh substantial evidence that ! can cure you as I do in this and the many adver tisements J publish irom timevto time? Every one of the hundreds and hundreds! have cured during my twenty-four.years' experience-in the treatment of rectal diseases in St. Louis-have been afT.icUd All the way from one to nearly forty years. Those who had suf ;Ierij;m&ny eara e.Kpre?ed sor row that they did cot know of my treatment years .before. Many who come to taie. before tshey euffer long come (through be influence of former patients, r-peho hadilearned by yers of ex perience that there 'is no use try ins to be cured of Files, Fis tula, Eisaure or any rectal trea ties by so-called ;'Til Cures," or by physicians Who have not had the experience thatia epec ikliat has in 'treating these dis eases. ...

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. — 14 February 1913

HEART EEATS ARE RECORDED' "TV n i A v.1 Jt ma 1 i "4 '''yi l 1 . i , V ' ' 1 M SYNOPSIS. The arene at the opentii: of the atnry In fetid In the lthrrr of an old worn out oothern plantation, Jkno is the linr- fnr. Th plnre '.a to to Bol'l. arid l tory ,nrt that cf the owner, th U)'flu 'ron6liftW. t tmsinena mun. R .rner known an P.lnii!n. imd 3 nrp, fHiirer. whon Ufvniilhnl Wayne ;t)ipn fniilv. miiUf-n hla ptwnran- lry tfl) how he klpt1' the boy. ' Nn llixnlnl ferrln huy Hip Unrnny. hut O'O Cf'ilnin?-;! dfuy.nny p.uwkiirt 'of tb Yairy to Kf-'-p HHuniUnl. t.'Bplaln tirrll, frtnnd nf lh.. .iiintnrln, n prm RnC! nwK qiirtLcina Hbout Oia Bnr n. TroiiWu. at frrt.;ti Hill, whpo Mailt bi"!J )n kitimiiu-il jv L)ave Itlouiit. Ol tn M'jrrcll'H aicent. i Vf.r.ry. ovrtnka J iount, Blvr him a thraahlnK and f.-urc hV. .VftlCV BPPH1H tfJ'JIO. Suuiie Jalaattw er.il 'a dlaclinrvil with c.vMa ff tii n!:iinli:f., .d'tty M.ilroy. a frlj-rn) nf Ih I'VrTiij'';.' Iih etir.-ountcr wil'r Clip in Murr)l. iio ...

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. — 14 February 1913

TO FP.OTECTJWSECT EATERS Meaoure Reasonably Sure of Passase by Congrest for Preservatlon of Little Birds. On of the three bills pending In congress for the protection of blrda Is reasonably sure of passage, be cause public sentiment. In the first pliUHi, ia against tho destruction of birds, find, secondly, because there Is r.n Important economic reason for tho enactment of strong laws In this di rection. Officials of the biological sur vey of the department of agriculture estimate that 20 per cent, of tho aver ago minimi crops of the country l. RHEUMATIC ADVICE Pro'.Tilnant Doctor' Best Prescrip tion Easily Mixed at Horn. . ior ! ... . i .1 I 1 "Pr or Hours worked per day for a !ar as 1904 It was round that the dam- ! ,.. . . ,. ' . ' ire t:eu lena lUju iwtl, CUUUUUK those- days In pummer when overtime CARING FOR FARM DRAFTEftS ! Farrora Should Keep Horace lit Proesr Conation In Winter by Keeping Them t Work. "!Vnm your dnK1t t on mine (By viliJAM A. FREHHOFP.) Turin compound (In pr...

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. — 14 February 1913

1 f t .: ' ( . !'?.!)? r IV Al.'.-'iT:"' K. aM. Sawyer h;ld u --oc.-f in R.;r,d! Saturday. .li, sr.d Mr'. Geo. II. Bsrka rm visiting Mr. and Firs. Ford Clipp-inl. J. E. Wallace left MondayJ frr Springfield. Mo., to purchase a car of f-i ; !os. Pink B. Davis of Fruitland, is moving into the house vacated A! van Caldwell returned Wed nesday evening from a business trip to St. Louis. Andrew Caldwell deputy col lector, spent Sunday with friends at Fredericktown. Farm Adviser McWilliams went to Sharpsborough Friday to inocculate hogs. C. C. Oliver, Cape Girardeau County's representative, was in Jackson Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Edwards left Saturday for Fredericktown, where they will live. Judge Edward D. Hays arriv ed Friday from a few days busi ness trip in St. Louis. Robert Reid and Chas. Jaeger arrived Saturday from business trips in the lower counties. Mr. Michael Berkbigler, of Bit-hies, transacted business in Jackson Monday and Tuesday. Henry Meystedt of Cape Gir ardeau was in J...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 21 February 1913

if ; w..t. i.1 If : t iw a if r- - r .- 1 . V is ''.( ' 1 . r . f i V t ! ) i M 1 . r S i .. . i H 1 M I ' if V . J. it bel.1 t I ! 1 .' ti...'Jt ' ft o m fiznvt nri "MUTBn raws m to rwrrr' xus.cnjpTica nzt, $i.ca a ms..rusvr;:i Vol. XV Capo'Girardaau. L'iSGOurii Friday. February i -1 iW Jfr Job work at The Herald. Judge Frank Kelly is at Caru theraviU'e holding regular ses sion of circuit courts Attorney Stewart attend business in circuit court at ruthersville the first of week. kI to A dog. cat, rat and mon.key show had a three night's enpra ce ment at the Grand Theatre this week, John Man ire. employed on the Cash-Book, Jackson, was in the city Tuesday and Wednesday on business. ""The State Senate of Missouri has passed a bill prohibiting the killing of quail for a period of three years. ( Dr. and Mrs. Ilex Cunning ham attended the Coppage-Col-. lins -wedding at Caruthersville last Saturday. Har.dmacher's t&iPsrmg- estab lishment has the oniyDry Clean ing machine in town. Fhr...

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. — 21 February 1913

1 f n (.nl'.ff.rr.: be tr'.;Pt it tt;ite I,v"t1..r, fciRiI Jif iijicr, tfir on e'J cita!osr-j make a tvrlve. A Chlofro nan la foStg to ws'k to ft. Louis nnl fic.fjn the brut way to f!o IL Answer: Ikm't. Cf.-Ifnrp'a'e orange rop rper to b.friimln on the vetted rights cf tb JiUrbigan peach err p. Luar'ne tho quantity of f-cf nt cigars r at Frank Chance could. If be would, t'T Hh that $2o,0ri0 a year. ' Tegs and Publicity" l 'bx!;iin ti an out tern papT. Put Ihn leas pub '.r!'y soma pf ?s have, the better. W have small sympathy for th ientletr.au or lady who acquires chil tlr!n through cxctTtSve devotion to r'ltr h -.. Havtng Ma ty on the front page. ibn New Hampshire' pet goat ut sially butted Into print by way of a tear adni'raL Sown of the educators have deter He'ned that e naminut ions re no food. The schoolboys could have told thera that long bgo. If the ruin of the lemon crop baa no CI effect on the lemon pie of com mrco one will be justified la harbor ing SUSplcloPB. The people ...

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. — 21 February 1913

Nev FJcJcb of Hats for Molar Wear Arc Most Attractive A' ? ( " ,' J-t X -l W w w y v. y X.. I r ,- I V 1 ' y y ' -, .( ,-'v Mats which are partly halo and part ly bonnr-ta seom to bp the moot auc rSrul among thi- new models for motor wear. Thrso hats are very oft and many jiT tliem are madn en lirely without wire. A crlnollno or riro net foundation given sufficient body. Wide braids nnd silk (the braid almost as pliable an fabrics) aro very strong and durublc and aro iwd in thin clacs of headwear. The fad for the strong Hungarian colors baa given us boiiio very novel and excellent specimens in Iheso mo tor bonnets. 1 todies are usually made in way, taupe, brown or blue, or In natural straw colors. These durable colorings are brightened with touches of bright red, vivid preen and strong blue. Often a deep canary yellow aj jje.u'd in this combination. These 8' roiiK colors are introduced in the trimming or partly in the body of the ttaf. Veiled with chiffon veils of the color of the h...

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. — 21 February 1913

LAST Cir.L COTTAGER no is i 'j st:.'Ti'.:cr;T ! r - "r (' i, m us f :v a r:. o &!jo-:i to : n f ; i ; 'j. :ri !?;t together o znen who h some- r.. !. uc i; 1 1, lira rth t-' At J". -Trrs 7n Cit the civic'; t.b-3 party h:.h is henrd now in ambers almost r ( i . . I.' iL;.r..i j f : l C !.i i .'tale l. r I!. ri. o- 1J.M!. "i fill llH':, ; in ici!il;i!i vr,. O. (( ;,i.t .fl co'! 'U'':V'ii U'v.ir! "Th :t oi.t !k t.'," !"'-r Pi. U, CB flOW Rll'J iii 1 , 1 1 o SALT A SPLENDID TONIC ! ur ens. ;y en 1 1 .Nervous People Should Take a Sill Feb Twice Pay Many Uses for Mineral. w 'r.v.n of l!:o G-n.ndtlee. arm, the ir.'.l popukr Icf P'.ibti- -v.ltve i distinctly as l.-.a 1:3 r the f risers ker;.3 V33 heard mVht ftri&y&t the rxniUntiary when Pc-moerats created that Institu tion. o , Juct a ftw dii i more of jrooi ntiiuL-IItari govern nw-nt, then comc3 an e ra of doubt r3 un certainty such ss thi3 country L33 experienced before as a re fit cf putting B.ersocrat3 where Republicans have...

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. — 21 February 1913

" ; i 1 rt AK'Jcted W'iih Tiles. Fistula or any Disease cf the Rcc lisjn. Can You Afford to go on 5ii"eria. .Sacrificing health and comfort, business and your evcry-day dut ies when 1 offer such substantial evidence that 1 can cure you a9 I do in this and the many adver tisements 1 publiRh from time to time! livery one of the hundreds and hundreds I have cured during my tweaty-f our years' experience in the treatment of rwtal diseases ill St. Louis have been aS'icted all the way .from one to nearly ' forty years. Those who had bui fered many years xpTsswd ecr 'row that they did net know cf .ray ' treatment years before. Rlany vrho come to roe before they au'r Ions: corae 'through (Sue influence of former patients, who had Turned 'byyearB cf ex perience that there is no use - trying to be cured of Tiles, I-"i-ru!a, EwjBur or nv' rectal trou- JtAes by so-called 'Tile Cures." 'Gr by physicians who have not had the experience that a epec ?lalist has in treating these dis- - cages. . COM...

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. — 21 February 1913

( i ",'? n ,: t. -, ., V .-. 3 ; 1 , ' , ..! I , i ..... " : i v.. - ;',!. . ' u SYNOPSIS. Ill scene M lt-e openln of the ilniv ts lt.tit in the hhrsiiy uf nn ol'i wornii'l .'iitheTn ulnnMliiwi. kni'WU es 1 ee Iv;r-or-y, The lihice Is to l okl, ne.l Ms lH"iO(y nnd W.il e( the owm-i. the ;nl(iinriH. in the subject of iiscus-vn ly i-'f'.'tH'iHri Creimhfiw, a buHltiess pt-'ui, R Unuicr knnim m tUfnitMi. Afu) Hub Ifnnry; a fumti'. when ilnr.n'.hal Wiiyrir i'Uz.Md, b n:i.u-rHiu chihi o tho nl:l r'u;tei rt fur.nK-, mnKa tun Hiti'tavn' o. larn-y t'lln how lie MiiIp1 the bny. Na 'hi'il'i I'errl buy tl' Uarotiy. l)t the ;uliitarii lrnv irv knuwl'co of t"'y. lancy lo kf-p IlaniMhai. 'ptaln Uurrll, a fr1?iid of tl Wuliitartla, np J"'r hu.1 Kikn qi.isU(n ni.oul tle. T!' i' y. TrOMbio at tk;ratch Hilt, when Han f'ial ! kUiriHpeJ bv Uavn Bl-ninl, Cup-t'-ln MurrH'a ascn't. Yanry uvu'tnlca Slocnt. given htm a Oirnaiilne Rii'i H-onrt-a boy. yancy afipcar bi-fora BTir Ihii. afirt is di:hHrel uii rust...

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. — 21 February 1913

, v r7?r V . "7 r"" 'i WHY THE fiEAL WAS HALTED HE KNEW. ' r KENNETT o A3ELIS3A 6CORN8 THE GREE"N EYED MONSTER. Mrs. Merrlwid boied the fluffy Per sian's ran until the pampered oriental yowled and leepd from her lap to tho floor, retreating under tho daven port to sulk. H?r maternal Aunt Jane protontrd against the severity of the slaps. Tho Periston her particu lar pt "He's Jnit like the rout of hla con ceited ex," paid Mrs. Morrlwld. "It's the hardest thing In tho world for him to believe that there are times when a woman doesn't want him around, specially It he's had a little encour agement to begin with." "I never noticed you encouraging the poor animal," replied Aunt Jane. "You'd have noticed it If you had Been me cuddling him when Mr. Green Igh was here," nald Mrs. Merrl wld with a little giggle. "He hasn't had Buch a loving since ho was a kit ten. I actually did violence to my leellngs so far as to kiss hla nose Hassan's, you understand, not Mr. Greenlgh's. I aldo talked baby ...

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. — 21 February 1913

J t ' r.-l "rn. J.C ---i-ii:.:V ci Oram this v tor VI.' Mr. and .v. ; left I -. c. y !cVil- Tony Frv.tt-rtch mvent the WcA (id IU city. wRh !,-..? folks in rrci.-r.te court w as in cession !;r.' t week s mi much business was ti"::n:::'.ctca. Aibsn Caldwell left here Mon day for Flat Kivor to take a po ' .vition in a bank. Jud. ;e William B. Schaefer re turned Sunday from u bw?ino?3 trip to St. Louis. Frank Cannon left last week for Clark City, Mont. He mpy locate in the west. Albert Bchrens returned from St. Louis Friday where he had spent several days. G rover Obermiller of Girardeau spent Sunday relatives in this Sunday. Cape with T. J. Douglas, collector of the revenue for Dunklin county, was a Jackson visitor Monday. T- IT TT- ) ...l.T- . , , ' ' JO UUO J kilt. 1V ViU.V O UtbllUlllU lVy j .. .. . rT- tne many duties of his office. Mr. Zimmermann, special agent for the Frisco railroad, trans acted business here this week. , . T . ; . , A I visited ner aaugnter. Mrs. ueo. Doyle, i...

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. — 28 February 1913

- ; i.r' V , rr i i U ;1 H M w $ !; Y: ! i: ! r ; :::' dlt ' . i '1 j v' r1 IHE FtCFlE'S PAPER Vol. XV '"..!Li ?HE NEW? THAT'S TIT tO TRist Capo Girardeau, Missouri, Friday, February 20. 1913 SVSSCR!?TI2; Fiil, $1.C3 A YEA??, 1.1 K'W:: Uo. D LQGAL AKD CEHEnni Job work at The Herald. A. P.. Sinks visited points south this week. T. L. Tuggins of IJl.no was in the Capo Tuesday. Tom William had business at Noxall Wednesday. W. S. Walther of Carbondale, 111., visited in this city Tuesday. Joseph Prown of Maiden tran sacted business here Wednes day. Miss Jeaiudto Danksof Crystal Citv is visiting friends in this city. Ex-Circuit Judge II. C. Rilev of New Madrid attended court here this week. It. C. Scholz and F. B. Tenk hoff of Oran, spent a few days in this city this week. Bert C.reen of this city left! Tuesday for California, where,' he will make his future home. ! - A. S. Handmacher, the tailor, will dye for you. Give him a trial. No. oO Main street, l'hone 875. Adv. :J9-4t. J. B. Richa...

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. — 28 February 1913

r. p.- T7,.-p fi'.i PvU's'-W-.j O. . rv of One's Cn, the World', end E uo'n f a Scciir!? Distrustful Prrp Ever Unhappy. Confidence 1 the bad f tfc worM's pear r.d of business sc-ror-Jly. Wsr-n jist!c:a d'etnist each olh wr, p;j -p!? :oii f.'.'kuvH, tben cohjp a.a-Hjr-r and tin? erd of ftr are r)ont!. The busines n;n bo lack Cor.fl letie- lis a pRrtrn r or an rrpliy suf fer la consequence. TrtueactJoni In-Trv-lving mi!!!o!)s or dollar are report ed every day cn the stock exchange Ja Kcw York, end! are tawed cn an up i:flftl finger, a nod of tho bead or a word passing between the broker. I3ofiiBpFS mt'-n take pricie In hearing It sJ1 of Uiera, "Thir word is as good . their bond." Secret involvlrg one's bnrpirtoe In life cr eucci'p in business are In trusted to tlio mall, in a tinny es Tiih & tocer.t ttanj, !n fall confidence that the nsnutage undisturb ed ana unbroken will rtach Its final destination. Confidence contribute to tbe wel fare cf those who hare St, but the world la ful...

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. — 28 February 1913

VALUE OF LEAF "OLD especially Important Ingrcdicr.J for the Soil Gu!lty of Fertiliser Secured Depend Very Materially on Sort of Leaves Composite It and Manner of Preparation. N (By w. k ait.ur.uT.) This term is applied to leaves when they are no thoroughly decayed as to readily separata Bniall particles. Loaf molJs Is a valuable manure In many Instances, especially on heavy sotlss, and ono of the moat Im portant Ingredients for the soil used In the. auccesHful cultivation of the majority of plants. It may be iisxl freely, particularly with tbo tender seedlings and cuttings of sofo wooded subjects, provided Jt bo of good quality and free from In jurious growth. The production of root In young plants of this dencrlptiou la Induced and accelerated' with more certainty by planting In this material than by the. uho of any other. The quality of leaf mold depends very materially upon the sort oi leaves composing It and In the man ner of preparation adopted. It la found from experience that...

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. — 28 February 1913

' a ? 1'..' .1.1. tl.-f.lM) I'.. i'. Horuii. ' 'UiiT. I d -is oeoiiiJ cln as waller 8t t! post I'ilii e at Cspo Ci' t'Tii'Hu, Ho. T!U.-r tit- ml cf y.r:h R. 18(9. t .M. G, LaPiorro loft Tuesday foi a business trip to St. Louis. John Neumcyer of this city returned Monday from St. Louis. The AilenviUe marshal, O. W. Hull, had business here this week. Constable J. II. Howard made a business trip to Allenvilie Monday. C. E. Williams returned Fri day from a business trip to lower counties. Lafe McCain and Carl Craft of Neelys Landing were in Jackson shis week. Mra. Guy Meltenberarer and daughter returned Sunday from a visit in St, Louis. Mrs. Albert Behrens- returned Friday from an extended visit with friends in St. Louis. William Brown and family of Fredericktown visited Mr. and Mrs. S. M. McAetee this week. Manning Morton formerly of this city, now a merchant at Charleston, was in Jackson Fri day. Herman Roloff has accepted a position in a furniture factory at Lynn County, Mo., where h...

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 March 1913

m PtCPLE S PAPER Vo7xv ' "Ait 1SE t tAT- fit 10 f HINTf" Capo Girardeau, Missouri. Friday. March 7. 1913 f Jo. IO LOOfiLiinO OSnEOAL F. W. Bonner .of Quincy, 111., is in the city. ::L. E. Kckh of was here Tuesday. Brcvmvood W. II. Hunter. Kenton, was in the city Wednesday. D. B. Forkfnsi of Illmo was in the city on business Wednesday. A. J. Vogel of New Wells, was in the city Wednesday on busi ness. Geo. Rodcnmnyer of Ancell va3 in the city the first of the week. I. R. Kelso made a busines trip to Toplar Bluff the first of the wee' . - Mr. and Mrs. N. S. Weiler and Miss Eva Hill haye gone to Tul sa, Okla., for a visit. D. P. Fulenwider of Denver, Col., was in the city this week visiting with old friends. Mrs. L. G. Wilson went to Ann Arbor. Mich.. Tuesday to vis t Mr. an J Mrs. C. Harbison. Mrs.' Emma W. Machen, who has been visiting her daughter, Miss Florence, at Jackson has returned home. A. S. Ilandmacher, the tailor, will dye for you. Give him a trial. No. 30 Main, sU-eet. Phon...

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. — 7 March 1913

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