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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 28 April 1911

- S i . V, 1 Yf ; !Y"Y: L": L; H !) I ' ' - ,D ft...- j,3 ft,...-w:;'J3 V t ft.-.. A Ik. JJTKj 7HI PESPU'S PAPER 6ll :-! f!i5l ill tfcf pop'! M'l N H. mm tf t'.e pcffl iS lh On, M tef id (hi ri! " B Sl'SSSSirTlS flZl JU03 YEAS. 13 ASYOt No. 24 Vol, Xlll Capo Girardeau, Missouri, Friday, April 28. 1911. ENROUTE TO NEW YORK ON A BICYCLE , H. W. Gorsuth arrived in this city last Friday night cnroutc to New York from San Francisco on a bicycle. Among five other wheel racers sent out from San Francisco he had a margin of four days lead ever his nearest competitor when he reached here. The five contestants in the race must make the trip with out any expense money other than can be obtained by the sale of their pictures. The prizes to be awarded these five racer s when they make their re turn trip to California will range from one to three thous and dollars. Each contestant reports every four days to a San Francisco newsnaner and their route for the next four days is given. Gorsuth says th...

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 April 1911

f I GOD'S FiTY FOR THE HEATHEN f $,;. :; A"a.-Mt7.rtrr , f. I If i 5 i I r--. f f h J- - f-i r- . - ' t ' 7 ! 5 - ; '"er!. ':r"er t Sri - " ' 1 t t! -A j . .a 1r I - '1 .- r r t v t k he " a?3 ts rr-.rr . ..1 f.a-.:i 15 , At tTf ! ' ' 3 I ' s 7--. Ua t if. v:'.i. .I 5.'-; 1 j ..cr, t;. t i..J j ! v. v-t j. 1 r , r; ;..y-.-s cf i: a '' . a. .' 1 C 1 l - "..I -f !! rirrsi A-if.--.a Ja Jv'oi'-ll t'."t i rt j-iTity tt Tl' U t .i t.',- - S:' J .6 i t'.'.t'L''i ; L 1 r-r; t;-r-e U t!aiai t-o j ":? r-3 sl. fciKV::.EC Jot mcy I --." l.'r ia tu t.ir.g2c.ia. Art t-f j vi,w 1 -. low timnfrs 5 lie j JUrs Ji.l'L- Jraui t.'iJL.g t:f.:i v- f.'.'i lie trt-n:c-;ir.p.r. cc Tf-'i ci!r c i.iir f.&'l ?- !a li j tw, s;Ti tl t (Jvctf-t fcU t. t'e j V'i:crtit i..i.; i,?j:r cr fro of .u'r rti-T.i.e vt 13 a life." - !a "TTi'tB r2 F-cvie Va Tsft: f':r rrtU5.i Ts, tto 'ory cf a strtirw,- t-at trfortaotio . tos t'C'i'j.j.ii'.ii.tre te m ie i.tir j i rra i'k ia Trstcr3: i!f potl- tjttk, 1 'xkrvo e i loi t-d ...

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 April 1911

r l i A n T 1 T G A CLCColO CnAKJ Pciii'L IN ICE COXES n i I '9 0 7 mm .-AND SAVES MANY MASHED THUMB Holder Attachnd t Hamner Protects Finger of Amateur Carpenter In Starting Natla. The number of people who cr-nnot rlve a nnll straight la large and U by no moans confined to the fair eei. The amateur cprpenter usually hna a sore thumb to nurse, but that -vas before a Now York genius Invented tho nail holder here described. Tho hajnraer Itaclf Is mniJo differently. There are abutments located ' at different dls lances from the- face along the head. The holder proper consists of a resil ient metal band carved to fit around the head of the hammer and holds tho nail In place under whichever abut ment Is tho proper height, for that length nnll. Long nails, of course, are placed under the highest projection, nd short one under the lowest. With the nail thus held In place It can be Nail Holder. driven Into the wood with one lusty blow so that it sticks there. Tho metal hand can then be take...

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 April 1911

:. - -. a- H. l:rc:r.t'.''i!iiJ!i, S.- Iff s- . & V t V - - w ... I - v ttf Nf. 4 cm: i r.l. SJOU, ('(). IHt ".!) JlO A- : . : cf individ.'iK bttsiw-d firms and coil rations cited. Interest on Time Deposits and Savings Accounts at rat of 4 per of nt nor annum Ar.i Vrsn-w :.t r,at j'.! t!.y l:.th"n r I-v H tb D;..; cr--ic cirem &i V.V. '.' ,';. -? Iy- he-way. Dave Fall jsya Ik-mocrsUc brethren robbed ! iri of the nomination for gov ernor in Z'i and he can prove it. Cive him a chance. ' 7 ! r- Conducting contests in the Supn-rr.fi court with the hope of depriving honestly elected Re publicans of offices given them by the pcopl and gerrymander ing senatorial districts are the Democratic ? - . t-i crimes of 1911 in uf:;e r.::r.s 112 safety cl-:::t e:xes fcs kst r:;e Cc::::ty Herald r!t 4 : South. ; nrsif-l iy it JtH'i.s.n ;Ji i company with the Solid !!::'; -5 vfty Ft Way by 'he ( OMIHM' a 1;: Republican Missouri in 1004 was regarded as an accident; in 1203 it was declared inexp...

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. — 28 April 1911

-' (jaw r ,j j r 1 -k (ESTABLISHED 1866.- CAPITAL SURPLUS vsiuCSt $100,000.00 25,000.00 Bank in Southeast Missouri l, i .. jx.. i 1KIV HILT little, t!)ll!U. I'll'l' and establish faoilitie ptioiial strength solicits our nat - ronai with eoniklenco in its ability to ex tend every accommodation for business consistent with sound banking methods. OFFICERS L. 15. I. ALllKUT. President II. OLI VKK, Vl.-e-I'rcs. H. I I. F. . MACIIEN, Ashler LILLY, Asm. Cashier 3E -IE Tom Wylie of ChalTee. was here Monday. The Wednesday Club met with Mrs. Laidlaw this week. Mrs. Lena Kitchen, of Jack son visited here last Sunday. Mrs. N. A. bowery died at St. i Vincent's hospital last Sunday. ! Miss Veronica Mulvilhill re- i turned to her St. Louis homej last Saturday. The Makido. comedy opera, Kiven by the Normal students last Monday niht was a decided success. Fred Goyert of Jackson, trans acted business here last Tues day. The Domestic Science depart ment of the public schools will: have a bazaar Saturd...

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. — 28 April 1911

t ! I) v 1 4 - - V J Howard J'l'r, !vrnkr' fori. nmVr i'rs rvii Inihwiira of Hoiert linderwoo't, ?!): ni'j"ni t Viilo, It-ion m. Ilf of illr"in;ion, tjutrriiH tlie itfuitshtor of 11 (BiriiliT vfu illi"! In rrlon, mid (a dln "'! I'jr lua uiiir, !n IrtvH to Ki-t work li, fnits. A former rollr-- chum mr.ke a bn'oip imi .tU'm to lltwar-t hi.-h r"'jMtr"H mi 1 -i.ih. and Uow.-ird la bt'olio. It-.s.-rt Vi'itcrwoo, who Itud tfon r-It;i.-M tl bv Hwurd'n wlfo. Aitnif, In lit im'ko iny. nn. 1m l en In'toi ftiiati.-d o AHrii, 1 1 o a id's sipmot her, luta wrnrtmcms at H10 Astruiln, and i pp luooiuv In pt M.t-triiH cirrumslHnoeH. 1 toward rval!n a J. ji lonn to Underwood, timt fni3liifl uraui'd, ami decide to n.V l int for the $-,"'- I ts need. tind'-rwoiW, tf-iktnc- ftiK'rinl iiro oC t'.tH lnllnm"V with J"Trl". t-r., li'i-?otnrfl a port cf bk'Ii! lulttt ; s niHii, LiMi.ove; i iik hiii true rii.ir- (iT fthp ilcnls hitn the tiou.if. I'mi.r woml'a ftl'dt'iuf froni a finrlKm crtuoa :oirirnsnt umung...

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. — 28 April 1911

jrp "''"''''P'f " T A MAKE-UP OF GOOD DAIRYMAN His Clas Mny Easily Be Judged From Appearance of 8table Little Thing Make Farming Pay. Wo tun enMy J'.kIro a datiyraan from Ills (tlal.le. It when you po into a tnmi'H Mnbln you hp hla cow stand ing In pood, dry Ftraw a foot deep la A Good Stall. ft rooiny box stall, tuo fodder box ar ranged bo tbat, all la eaten, a good, roomy feed-box, ono deep enough so thnt when a feed of chop a put In, the animal will not throw It all over Ibefore he eats It, you may know tho owner U a good farmer. In that kind of a stall you will not ;flnd any corn cobs mixed with the bedding; they ore all gathered from ithe feed boxes and placed in a bar rel and used for kindling. There are other things by which we may Judge as to the class in which a farmer belongs. If the farm dwellings and outbuildings are neatly painted, and the fences and gates in gcod re pair, you will not see haystacks or etraw ptlcB standing out all winter, or ;ttco this farmer husking ou...

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. — 28 April 1911

had I.Irs. W. Dickey entertained j 'y the COC clul. las t Tuesday. f Dean Ware of Fruitland bun;: m here last Saturday. If H s' tr r-, can lvjx. OIH tlio utmost and iliro''(u-s are which will afford, tx-hvU a k.uk in which hv on!! lonco, ;ud who- Known for then- mte id fhveiTuily, ;dl the iucommodation li eoriservj-divo linking entitles him ; one sst." ample resources una thorough willingly to whit hieh r jpmciit for modern and progressive banking. We meet ail these re luircmer.tsi ami wo invite the ae )f.i.te .suoh character of wrv ice i o. r. Miss Nat ;il ie was in the city .Tones of Parma last Monday. The Lo.die3' Improvement So ciety will meet at the home of Mrs. Fred Goyert afternoon. May 1. next. Monday Circuit court will meet next Monday and the County court will also he in regular pessdon at the sauie time. i Si Joseph Meyers of Anna. 111., was called here last Sunday on nceount of the illness of his mother, Mrs. Anna Meyer. lie returned home Monday. Mrs. Sa ing in St. m Pei...

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. — 5 May 1911

s:':.::..n;?:;c r SW3 a ha?, u kvar::i Vol. XIII Capo Girardeau, Missouri, Friday, May 5. 1911. iiAPxmsoN first SPEAKER TOmGIIT The Inter-Slate Oratorical contest which takes place at the Normal tonight promises to be the beat ever held- Cape's tal ented orator, Clyde Harbinson, will lead off in the contest. The names of the orators and subjects are as follows: V. 0. Pendorv is. Macomb, 111., -"The Convict Citizen." J. II. Spewes, Milwaukee, Wis., The Leaven of 0 p t i -mism." F. W. Davis, Cedar Falls, vlowa. "A m e r i c a and the World's Teace." C. O. Hornbaker, Emporia, Kans., "America's Mission." Clyde C. Harbinson, city, "The Conflict." Jackson Wins. The Cape High school base ball team went to Jackson, Wed nesday, to play a game with the Jackson High, to decide which team would represent the northern part of the dist.ictat the field meet here next week. .The Jackson boys won. The Protracted Meeting. On Thursday of last week the Rev. D. P. Montgomery began a protracted meeting a...

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. — 5 May 1911

)- r'-'l T- t i ; . a i ' v . r I r'. .. ' i V f M 7." - "I C'l :. 7 : r !. , :- . J a: 51rra 1 i t? ; f f.r aid : il s r l;.",r wr. I'r- 1.'; ; U ri at : .1 rll-m ; t. 1 "'D r.8-W ti Jr.!.";V 1 :.l ' .'a "i'r it ar.i uj it r.t U s t: rrjr i.r e ! a ! J"..-": that tlj I'r"- V-fltt to i-x s ft T,:'vr 9"-ry t :- Klrrr ram c; t ll'. f; 2 w. 3 at Cf ...-., tlrn ' ru.Vd t.; tiU u-:i i;"Tt T:;vo- mxl.t.. !: r- t.l :e that ILem"! X-.-.-t w (nr; ; -c ir.- t,: t:r.;.:h. - A:l yi t -i j- w.t Uli fit: ; ft i 'i ! i i i i . ""I" '", J 'lib M X :.,! i l.EtV thi: lust T.cru: rs dcig T f TT "rr t- AD VATT CLMtNT Or ClVlLZZ.TlQi: O 4 ut T- i h.itl'M- , '"v.r; h-r V-" n C.r- "i-;'-j cf v. i.-u - ' s TI"E THAT IS WASTED T; I il ; i i ! I! i t- c FV-s Art. .. :t a. rtu.r.T: ". ; g- -eft ? gay ke J .9 m v- si (! I -' ii s. ; :.: f r, : in r t ' I'e. A 6..r rp 3 rv.'f ct r.--u.-crr tie 7M ' w"5 5-.'.' 'r.. iV.t rrw joa i.iiT" 1 I CSV. T-7.fi Of t'-ie Jtti - i V ' V. 11 lt.z I'Wi tAt tie oii t's-'a rim t...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 5 May 1911

Vniat Shall KBe,? w v?airr a DRUMMER? An occupation that It ttwayt attractive to the overaa8 Amer ican boy, who teet only It tur. face features and doea not take Into consideration the energy and hard work ao essential to its aucceas. It la a profitable call ing, however, for these who matter Itt difficulties and at tend atrictly to business. By C. W. JENNING3. NE of the niOHt attractive of i ' IniBliieMs men to the aver age youth Is tbo drummer, traveling man, or com- x,' .? mer merclal talesman, or trav eling talesman, as he Is called In va rious parts of the country. This ad miration on the part of the American hoy, who Is always on the lookout for some llfowork that appeals strong ly to his Idea of what Is both agree able and profitable, Is duo to the ap- pe.-u-auce of comfort and prosperity which the traveling man presents Vthcn "on the road." This, of course, is only a surface feature of the busi ness and does not do away with the fact that underneath this apparently carefree ...

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. — 5 May 1911

1 I'M S ' i I ! M 1 ! ' r ; ! ' s i e b f'' f 1tt M & wr rv-.; . j:v-i.?sli""t r a ' claim upt.n co.TiJsnee e-s.i n roval; it has v.;ver irwre em;-!eu!y non straiei its lack f rer-pot-rivo-r..f ::-s to considerations of public welfare thsn it has by the tills that it parsed uni tl tin that it defeated and the pclitkal re falls which it uftdmook. to ac corr.p!i.h thnvj-b the exercise of . ... '. .... i . ? t-i'T i rioa was t-y 't-x t . Lvsn, i psntrr cf Si. Vincent's Church. ' Ibe local ttancli c-f the oro-rr is growing rapidly having many j representatives t hroug h ou t :j r i.. . "'sin -i n M f i v i 1 Southeast Mistxjun. f FOrULATt UANT5 , - i r-f r t .''.:.'; Efgs For gale From a f.ne j ;7;eul jwr iV.vrir:.? th kft; ?-iock ,. of Darrcd Kockr Kf.f.y.ion cf the General Asnr.h!v. I Hocks ar.l llsramovith 1 iiri-i;&lst, t-.;;-:r;cs f.nf.s arl corporations Interest on Time Deposits ar.vl Savirgs at rc.te oi i rer cent ir anT5t;m Pckinif Sdacks. $1,C it-r 5Cttinj? of each. ' !...

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. — 5 May 1911

5 ? ( ; f i ) ( ) ) ( ) t ) c ) i i bp 5 k. vl ii I C 1 ; r j a. 00 Vitf t Valentine" J 13 iw' m trt aUI Mia (ESTABLISHED 186G) CAPITAL SURPLUS $100,000.00 25.000.00 Oldest Bank in Southeast Missouri having lare capital, exceptional strenth and established facilit ies, solicits our pat ronage with confidence in its ability to ex tend every accommodation for business consistent with sound banking methods. OFFICERS L. J. ALBKRT. President R. 11. OLIVER, Vlce-Pre. H. L. MACIIEN, Cashier J. T. LILLY, Asst. Cashier as mm! t.7j!Ii.L31 ! Mrs. Frank Kelley visited in Benton the first of the week. J. A. McLain went to St. Louis last Monday to visit his son, who is sick in the hospital. Miss Anna Holder entertained a number of friends last Sun day with a birthday dinner. W. R. Whitaker. who is work ing near Neely's Landing, was in the city last Sunday visiting relatives. T. J. Jordan, known as the largest man in Illinois died last Friday night. lie was six feet tall and weighed f(() pounds. T...

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. — 5 May 1911

n i.1 Ccrnty IIcraL! Loco of Appciiio Whkb Is so common 5u tli spring rrr upon the return of wsrm weatW, is loia cf vitality, vlRor or tone, and is often a forerunner of pioslrat-.nir heoe. It is serious and iweial!y to people Hint must keep up and tluing "r get b hitulhnnd. The tctt, meiliclne to tsVo for It U tli g.-eat conrtitutioruJ remedy Hood'o Caroaporilla Which purifies and enriches tho blood and builds P the whole system. Oct it today ia usual liquid form o chocolated tablets called Soreatnbe. KTf E. U M ATI sTl tl'OM 4 CW Whr n h.-imtlinmef tt. Wntprl'' I I) h. X niMia l1rt, a.uiu, LnS, K.--"..: : - WISE, ALL RIGHT. I KING UZZIAI1 I - HUMBLED ! a Sa4ay Sckool Ltitoa for t', 7, 1911 V ps Specliiljr Arrntsd lor This Pror P. U M'.SWON' TT;vt-3 ri.ront.-les 74. Mem fry Vr-' 1?. 111. aOl.l'KN TKXT-'TH.io (ro-il, before destruction, utul an haughty uplrlt t for ii full."-Trov. It! I T1MK t'zulah's retirn ettendi-il (lleer ti er) from II. '. MX In U. C. 7..5: itTtlmt Mrra.J pi. b...

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. — 5 May 1911

"My Codl Why Are They amxLLS kixin AMD ARTHUR KORNDLOW ILLUSTRATIONS BY RAYMALTER SYNOPSIS. HowaM Jeffrie, bnnker'n unn. undor tho evil Influence of Robert Underwood, a fHtow-Bluden! nt Tale, lends h life of dissipation, nmrrtrs tho 1uuxhtT of a gambler who rilvl In prison, imd Is dis owned hy his. father. Ho trlea to net work and falls. A forni-r college chum makes a biiRin proposition to Howard whleh I'nulra caHh. and Howard la broka. Iti'lirt Underwood, who bail been re filled by Howard's wife, Annio, In his college days, and had onoo been engaged to Allilai Howard's stepmother, lias epnrtnienta at the Astrurla, find Is ftp jmrently In prosperous circumstanced. Howard recalls a $-'( loan to Underwood, that remains unpaid, an. decides to ask Mm for the M.eod he needs. Underwood, taklnjj advantage of his Intimacy with Mrs. .teft'rles, r., becomes a port of social bOthwayman. Discoverlni; his true char acter siie denies liltn tl.e hovi.se. Alicia receives a note from I'ndcrwood, thr...

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. — 5 May 1911

G. W. Miltcubcr'cr purchased a new t.uto laet week. ft r.i JU 'cLn tn h b mi k in which he can repo.se the utmost et'mtMeneo, nnd whos o Ulcers and directors are Known for their integrity; one which will afford, willingly and cheerfully, all the accommodation to width conservative hacking entitles him; one thorough which po::.;e:es ample resources and equipment for modern and progressive hanking. We meet, all these requirements and we invite the ac counts of all who appreciate such character of service n d r: I! p .... ... iTTv vrs N Ki Z U U H 'i t ) n ' i1 mi Oh OF JACKSON i Jackson now has eijjht autos. Who will he the next one to buy? Mrs. Henry Steele visited the Cape last Saturday. at Mrs. C. P. Matthews returned i home from St. Louis last Satur-' 'ay. ! The baseball Kame between Jackson and the Cape last Fri-1 day resulted in a victory for the1 Cape, score 8-1. Maz Laricrre left Saturday for Little Rock, Ark. ' Mrs. Dave Sneibert of Loui3 visited relatives here first of the w...

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. — 12 May 1911

IVtl PEOPLE'S PATS 0;;R iiV -T p'eat: ll t!i p?p'f p f (f1 t1.n. tnrn 1 o-.? pep !) tin, u?r ttl tr.d i! tim 5U2."5?TlC.4 f -T, $1X3 A YEA T? , 1,1 A3 '.', It Vol. XIII " Capo Girardeau, Missouri. Friday, May 12. 1911. .No. EG COUNTY COURT PROCEEDINGS The Jackson Exchange Bank presents bond in the aunt of $25000 as a depository of one fourth of t h e county funds, which is by the court approved. Application and petition of Geo. LaGrand for license to keep a dramshop at Randies, present ed, approved and license grant ed. Warrant ordered issued t o Peoples National Bank for inter eat on county warrants held by the bank for $243.00. Accounts presented and al lowed as follows: Dr. D. II. Hope, $ 5.00 State hospital, 73.00 Miller brothers. 2.50 I. Ben Miller. 5.Wj O. L. Hoffmann, 1.00 j A. Jaeger, 4.30 W. F. Schade. Sheriff. 1.30 j R. TVarsrn. 1.75 1 Wm. Wessell, 12.00 Henry Wagner, 3.00 Geo. McBride. 2.00 Cape County Herald 43.75 Dr. G. W. Vinyard, 14.00 Missouri Cash Book 7.70 Buxton &...

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. — 12 May 1911

Houso'ioJUl Remedy Taken In tho Spring for Yoara.' flalph But. Willis, Mich., write: "llociVs i-nrm'uriil.t linn been s b'me holil renicdv in our home as long nn I run reinciiiinr. I lisve tiik-u it in th spnrijt for several yearn. It bus tio equil for cl"inirm V:o Mood and ri. pellinR the humors that rtimulalo dur ing tho winter. lUing a farmer nnd ei-fn-ci to bail nrnUier, my nnrin i often ailccted, sod 1 often taKO Hold's. r'aia nsnlln with (t"od reul!e." Hood's Hiirmparills in i'eenliar to Itseif. There is rvo "j'ift as good." Get it to.lny in uml IkiuhI form or tWolated tublets rll(i Goruatabe. i r fefi'eear fje&rcse V ; ; V if i - . ! i'' h , v l ' V OIAIHXS KLEIN. V i I I ( : - - ; 1 Y V. hi ; i i (ft Js ' - .J CYN0FSI3. fiawrr't Ji-ffries, banker's S", uniVT 'o ewl Ira. wine of Koticrt 1 ndorwood. f-i'xiv-niiV.iiMit t Ynl, l:ids a hi of ,.llinn. ruprrW'S the 1lu:!lts-r of .,. ( ..-r v ' u--ii In !rtpon, und Is d'- .v I.:h f i.or. H" trl"S fo H' t work t I h . A f . t ivi...

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. — 12 May 1911

rUNCUS DISEASES OF PEACH GETTING READY. CIS-SON'S 0KE COCa. POINT -I M 40 Horticulture GRAPE ARBOR OF CONCRETE Few Detail of Ore Constructed at Alton, III., May Ba of Ue to Other Desiring Same. A few details of the construction of this concrete grape arbor, located at Alton lil may prove helpful to thoBO wbo contemplate work of the same nature. The posts, ail 10 ft im mm Concrete Grape Arbor. long, 6 In. square at the base, and tapering to 6 by 3 In. at the top, are net In position In holes 3 ft. deep, They aro reinforced with -in. plain round iron, and weigh 200 lbs. each. the Inth are fastened by means of Ji ln. bolts, Inserted at the proper dis tances along the posts Immediately after the latter are finished, says the I'opular Mechanics. The arch pieces, inndo in a wooden mould measuring i by 4 In. Inside, are also reinforced by 4-in. Iron rods bent to tlie shape of the mold. The arches are fastened to the posts by bolts In tho same manner as tho lath. TO STRAIGHTEN YOUNG TREES S...

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. — 12 May 1911

1 A. (a V. ). (: man, A '!. (.. ! it-r II. Mr'tiini'Tnixn, !.5ir( I'f jit, 1 c;: t r- r::::: j ;if 5! ; i, . it m a) L CAPITAL sn;ri.rs $l)t,H)O.00 Accounts of individuals, business firms and corporations elicited. Interest on Time Deposits end Savings Accounts at rate of 4 per cent per annum ? $ ernes r:::.s ?' -.,jAicih'..!y t') fjoat ov'.'r a c r;v;e in an institution control!- i bv Republicans they may ex pect to hear the raUiirgo mnnv Heltons left by Democrats who' controlled state institutions for half a century. The brutal whip ping post and the victims of brutality in penal institutions have not been forgotten. The mere fact that the Demo cratic lenders played politics with the matter of immigrat ion has greatly injured Missouri among enterprising men dis posed to guide immigrants, home seekers and investors. It is official notice to the world that Missouri does not invite immigration. h li J SAFETY CIFCSIT ESXES FCS F.tKT Cr.nc Cci::ily Herald ?fgra.ye mistali?-in omphasizi...

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