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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 7 March 1913

pi r 1 i s v I r " 4i uil t- . . ; r t . MACHINE FOR WELTING SNOW Ktream of Briny Steam From Pipe Speedily Convsrts Frozen Mat Into Running Water. I51izardu should have no terrors for street railway companies and reet cleaning contractor If they haye an equipment Including tils 4qow melting machine Invented by aa Oregon genius. This machine traverses the streets under Us own iiower and projects a stream of briny teara from a pipe that speedily con verts snow Into water, permitting It to be drained off In & few hours by the sewer Inlets. The apparatus con sists of a wheeled platform on which Snow Melting Machine. a hot air furnace Is mounted. On top of tho furnace Is a brinn. tank, and a pipe carries water to this. Another -and much larger pipe extends from the front of the apparatus and to with in a foot or so of the ground. Tho furnaces, besides supplying steam power to drive the vehicle, converts the water thut passes through the tank Into briny Bteam that pnsseB through the l...

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. — 7 March 1913

,v t ;t !'! ;.; - ,:iv; to U. i '. H.n '.r.. t i i jr..!'-'- t h !"-t i"'f M .;( !.. (f C 4 1 "'! " ;i ' "' - ' 4 - It It , ,p, ? iV .lv ,r- ( ' ' " - 4 4.4 t V v- s .M J -'" A. H. 1 1 Is ! 'H -y .'S;i ,I:u'K.-..'Vi viitOl' MollO-lY. Th.- CO til J dav: , , . j ,:-u lerre I'tu.i.t' cu--. M. g. im.t-.iy from a inline- trio to; PL I.onis. ,. IM ,i, ,,,,. ei Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Larks s uei.t wvend days thi.i week vul ie- hitives near Lntcsviil Mrs. John Dauirhcrty - visited j her mother Mrs. Wood j at Fruit-; land. Monday and Tivdny. j Fred Sehoen po.-tina.U r .at j Pocahontas, Mo., had business , in Jackson the la?t of ln?t week. ; " 1 here is only one marble yard J in Jackson now. Mr. Seakauh ; having recently sold to John II. : Sander. j ; The Ladies Aid society of the I Methodist church, meets this i afternoon with Mrs. . Will Hope! in West Jackson. ; Surveyor L. M. iioan is located .n the R. v.. oonvn-o, lh Court j house and is dome; much nusi- ness in his profession. i , . . , . ,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. — 14 March 1913

r C "- r !... 3 ; i 1 I .! ! 1 . M 1 1 'i J M ' ! .' : fc-...4 i.4l . I')' . 1 J.Vf " AU. TfiE ft TB At TIT TO FRI 1" Vol. XV Cape Girardeau, Miscburi, Friday, March 14. 1913 No. II .;; m - "T --w T' IT "J Clarence Hobbs of Sikeston spent Sunday in this city, ! Mr. and Mrs. J, C. Ruerkle are the parent9 of a nine pound boy, born Tuesday morning'. Hsrry Yilliam3 end daughter, liixa Irene, of Columbia, are visiting friends and relatives here. A. S. Handmacher, the tailor, will dye for you. Give him a trial. No. SO JIain street Phone S5. Adv. SS-4t. JIro Geo. Hertter of Crook port, III., is the guest of Mrs. R. C. Hough, of 329 N. Lori mier. Albert Haman, who has been a valued attache of the Hoch furniture store, has resigned, and will move back on his farm. John Dietrich, of Crosstown, Mo., visited hia sister, Mrs. Louise Chappui3, of 229 N. Lori mierSt., the first part of the week? IUndmacher's tailoring estab lishment has the only Dry Clean ing machine in town. Phone No. 875 and he ...

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 March 1913

i ; ! i I i i 1 i M ; 1 ! J 4 : 1 -1 i ? . v i : J : i 1 ! ! I ; 1 1 i I I i County IlcralX Mer!d Publl'.i'n.g C. . ' ' " ' m Mexico's revolution seeras to be a victim of the hookworm. 5!m. Sembrlrh says that w'.grle ! lores are terrible for young folk. -Ajo fat folks. A OlUcKf.o pirl almost wedded tha wronjf twin. These hasty marriages A Chicago wp.iter died leaving 11, 000, 000. To paraphrase: "lie gets bis too, Uo stands nod waits." New York man sent a live lobfter through the mail by parcel post. Must fcave dono It In a pinch, though. Chicago chef found a Z00 pearl la an oyster, says reports. Press dope to advertise the house, quite likely. The English language la employed fcy 150,000,000 people. Of that num-' ler, a few speak It. The rest mangle it. A vast amount of oleomargarine was manufactured In this country last year, aad some ct It waa eaten by m,l3take lor butter. New York moving pictures are bo fng exhibited showing brain diseases. Y brain storm must be equal to the rea...

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. — 14 March 1913

tho use of government bonds as tb foundation of each; th. r-aper cur-i rency and banking laws were tuade uniform In all the states. CIVIL WAR FIFTY YEARS AGO THIS WEEK February 17, 1863. At a point five miles west of Rom coy, V., a forage, train under an t-scort composed of companies from tho One, Hundred and Sixteenth and One Hundred and Twenty-third In fantry, was captured by a party of Confederates. Tho train was taken c!T, and tho soldiers paroled and per mitted to return to Itomney. By order of General Grant all restrictions Imposed on tho circulation of tho Chicago TlmeB wero rescinded. Tho steamer Hercules was burned by Confederate partisans at a point a few miles above Memphis, Tenn. A heavy snowstorm prevailed along the Rappahannock. February 18, 1803. Tho siege of Vlckeburg was com menced by tho Union mortar boat feet, which threw shells Into the city. Tho Confederates opened three batter ies on tho mortar boats, but their nhot foil short. Tho Confederate General Beaure ga...

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 March 1913

Cc J.H 1 ') I! ;. ( Hm'on, IMitur. v V.nirrcil s srroiii) )n.,i rnnt.U-r at jost o ;!! At C'Mo :ivr.1.ni. Mo. ?i, cr net of March 8. A ? : ""in h Eli L. Slinkard of Cape Girar !enu was in Jackson Monday. C. A. Vandivort went to New I! air hi Tuesday on a business trip. Mrs. Anna daughter. Miss Limbnugh and Phoebe, visited in Cape Girardeau Saturday and Sunday. James C. Davis of Fruitland, transacted business in Jackson Saturday. Mrs. J. C. Hoffmeister enter tained the Westminster circle Monday, afternoon. Guy Morton who was sick last week from tonsilitis, is now at tending to business. Miss Myrtle Lang of Ridge visited her sister. Dr. Sadler, Monday. Oak Mrs. i . Alvin Mueller of New Wells transacted business in Jackson Monday and Tuesday. J. G. Weinberg and Miss Alma Wagner returned from a business trio at St. Louis. Friday. Presiding Elder Hays preached at New McKindree church Sun day morning and evening. The Aid Society of the Metho dist church meets this afternoon with Mrs. Geor...

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 March 1913

0.j tforwal heo! A W t i f. , j p i i l wt. h i pi ii 1 ! i , 'J f r f .V b ( ! ! 1 1 .4tl.Xj,,J Wife ,::, .J at' o . I I" -H' .1MIIJ JMI .. J- IKE PEOPLE'S PAPER Voi7xv "ALL THE HtffS THAT'S FIT TO PRINT" Capo Girardeau, Missouri, Friday, March T, 1913 SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, 51.CJ A TEAR, ?i 4CYA"t LQOfll HOD GBIES1AL Pink Davis of Jackson visited in Cape Girardeau Sunday. County Court Clerk Gcyort had business in the Cape Wednesday. G. R. Turner of Bloomfield was in the city Monday on busi ness. C. E. Mayer and Jim Miller transacted business in St. Louis this week. Roy Reid of Jackson passed through the Cape Tuesday en route to Chaffee. Mr. McGuire. editor of the Cash-Book, Jackson, was a pleas ant caller at the Herald office Monday. A. S. Handmacher, the tailor, will dye for you. Give him a trial. No. 30 Main street. Phone 875. Adv. 39-4t. After a few days visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Frenzel. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Liebeher left. Monday for their home in St. Louis. Handmaeh...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 21 March 1913

Y;; ! A i : v Mr, i iSRIHVfID ft. :' ; , yT A If BY'KENNETT X i; --O i' ! i 1 ! t j r ti Ah xrcf ," i J SYNOPSIS. Tta Bern at ths oiM-nlns; of ta stiff )sM In th lll'ist-jr ot an olij worn-out oulhem i-iantallun. known s th I.tr fmy. Ihn risrs t to h S"i.l. and Its j.:Tnry sml that nf ttsfl nwrir-', tbs (julntsrds. In tux aubjoot of 1 l-ti ?: n by J -mut Jiar. rrrphaw, a r"Tlnrss man. ft trangtr known T?l-in. an.l H-1 j tm-v. ft farrier. wliu KAiinita.l V.Vayr.0 jiornrrt, ft mysterious rlOM nf the old southern family, makes hiB HppearHnre. Ynn-y itf'.'m how h B'liit"'! the b'y. Na-f-.nr.ifl V errls buys th Harotiy, but the Ovitntar.ln oVny any knowifilits ot tlie hoy. Yanry to V'-ip HanriihKl. faptnln Murrei). a frlt-nd of th QuIntRrris, ap fnr sn4 nsks q!.flnns Rt.nut the Ttnr onv. TrouMa at S'-ratrh Hill, tiiiritllnn rnbal Is kidnaped by tmva mount. Onp ta'n Mu'rcll'i &cnt. Yflm-y ovrtal.- i'inunt. tve lilin u IhrashiiiH anil s e uros lh bny. Vitncy appears lfoni Kqtitra lJai;...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 21 March 1913

MOTIONAL Spring Bonnets for Children f r' prior u uu ii inn Modeled After Their Eld atMfSaioo i fit, . -,5 LESSON 1 V P ''lil 1.' 9 ! Tho Kind Yoa !!ava (By E. O. SF.M.r.PS, Wreetnr o.f Evs nlnsr Department Thf Moody rll! In-, stltute of Chicago.) jpj HAPKS for little Irl are miniatures of eomo of the shapes made for v grown-ups, and lire uuaint nnd pretty because they have the charm which belongs to little thliiRn patterned after larger models. P.ut the trimming of those hats for children Is more distinctly different than ever before rom that used on the millinery of their ciders. This season shows a fancy for narrow ribbons tied in childlHh bows. Flowers are tiny end ostrich. Is etn Sloyed, but made up in special deslRns fitted for children's wear. Little pressed shapes divide honors with hand made bats of thin mate rials. Heautiful models are shown of the daintiest laces laid over French :repe or the thinnest silks. Iace Is more strongly featured than etnbroid orlea. Prims are co...

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. — 21 March 1913

.11 (I i'i ;-'i'y ('jo J:u S.acn IleniMl I'lih'iJii'.-1 fv.-ry r,'l.!-;y If i'"1 K. ('. Hoi .e(r, KJltnr. I ';;'.: i"J in sor-onil clnss pmtlM- flt Its post o.Tio nl Cpe Ci'.ravV'Rii. M. Jr r- ' L. C. Vaiie bit Sunday for a bu.?tnor3 trip to St. Louis. Roy Keid left Monday southern point3 on business. for Roy Taylor returned home Tuesday from northern points. Albn.n Caldwell returned Tues day from Flat River and St. Louis. Troy Gladish returned home after spending the winter in Arizona. Mrs. Amos McLain is very ill at her home in the north part of this city. Mrs. Eli Abernathy returned Monday from a visit with friends in St. Louis. J. C. Wallace visited his brother W. F. Wallace at Poca hontas Tuesday. Clark II. Reid of visited friends in this urday and Sunday. Sikeston city Sat- James F. McLain surveying for Jacob and others this week. has been Friederich Colonel Bradford held an in spection of Company "F" N. G. M. , first of this week. Mrs. J. P. Barks is ill with la grippe at her...

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 March 1913

a-ho-U r "1 I" :t IT f -," " '3'" :; , r.r- J ' ;t n v r i. ...... u t ' ' 1 ' .' ' ., I. . 4 t- i .1- . . (V X lw "I t -.JS ... .!'".' IKE PtOPU'S PAPtR ; thai s fit to rpi iv-' Vol. XV Capo Girardeau, Missouri, Friday, March 28, 1913 No. 13 c:j n't"-' LOOM. AIID GEHSilfiL I, R. Kelso is attending coui t at Nev Madrid this week. Charles Lanpher of Advance visited friend.-? here this week. Tho centres.-; which on-led ' Spraying Fruit Trees. their own !iv lihoi.d. They can ' March 4 sii i.ntri.itcl .;"2,2:ii.-170,-' i, c. M. KcV.iu.iams. ;K ii. too. L-t than calmly and ' f WO, -ti oxces of nvnv than; ith.licvn ,mm..n knowl- fig d-eidedly niako up their minds :faO,0()i,(K)' over the uppropna-: ;imong fruit growers lor a moo- a,..,, ; ., ; i . ,i . i . I U 'j I ' " !. 1' i f I IV III I III ninds , ? e. for I L i. : r i t in lit; of l P., i ,r, . P ', n f 'VntiMi- her of vonrs 1 hut. 111 order to ho " i,.rt"rv.n,r..,..t. ' i s ..mJ successful it v m-cspfiry to-them to do, and that they ...

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 March 1913

U Payo to Clip ?- Si, pen,. i.art 1 r '-' ""' ' 1 1 .tM,-t ." it - V-" t1 r-1 t-WJ - VfW, -a H 1 H etl ftatrtn ."- A SIMPLE M'O PRKCRiprpiitiiiS K'V h--ir-r V s 4 Z A I mm j,., , ; , f fcrtal fc .if ' r---'...:...i-'::T.,--.,:....::-.-ri M 1 1 (( Jit ' I "A - i if! i -"- -V "-1! '' '-- J-x - H .): I i S i 1 1 f a-r fa "it it .-v. n , uv. by '. .' -- r a. On-.-J - '. . I ! C'. .: ft. IT v- o 9':' . t a It F' . a f '!T .-r r .'i, i. a i "r-r r-t f v. t' a tow re : ;' - -T1 aTY"! i'! ..4 of i .'.! r--a r 'ifir.'' : J tf.V Us. N f t --'11 tl. y. I'.t J-:r.r. .i. Ot-A:H . "'3 !k ty ivt iJ'ij'Jt. l- M jn i. y"v-y J t .-t. . r t'-iif 4.y. 1 a"v y r-fj Jj'im..-,, n-'i i t'vr.rs-I r.ia rtxrn tor t j Air.'i 1. Va-.VT l...rot. f'"l!-! of 1. n W ,T.t.i. f -I fr.-rr'- t.iJi t'tr.:l"noti 1-t, t-mo'-'I tr H-j t :it. i r.v-a. J.rr fr l.t--r T.oitw fr. .ff -.:-1'.'0 l-t'f ti rrn ' Trwy r4 tir-';: i t;;'iiir. wnii. jrfurr'i on ti tlr jr.t lltBGR ' til Axr1vt tit t. home f J ''.' fc!iia IT-. T: e reco...

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 March 1913

C ... , ORDEAL FOR u SEFUL AS LIFE rr.ZXLRVEfl As Seen From a Dirigible i . - -' r- .' . .. .-' -', - .. - ..." - fv .,. ,.. , - - ' r" . -' . ' .-'.' " 5 . r . ., . " ... "... 'I ... " . ,, : . " ..." . . , I'...- r ' " ", - ' " ' " - .'. ' , j r; . '. ' ; ' -t.-:v; . ' ,,. . .. " ' V v . ... . , v ...... , -, .ib ' . :,-rr . ' . - - - " 3 r . . . - ..- .-,v- . .. ' f , i . , ".. . . ' VS : -f ' - - ;. ' This photograph, taken from an Italian dirigible balloon In Tripoli, show well the only visible signs of the dwellings of the troglodytes, the holes In the ground which are the entrances to them. The colonies of these cave dwelling tribes are quite large and the furnishings of their dwellings often are quite up to date, comparatively speaking. , SPLENDID PAIR OF TUSKS. J INReTaGAIN ' .... .... " f-'r-- v. i I " :); 1 i Though not record breakers, this pair of elephant tu.sks, recently brought from eiuatori.il Africa, aro among the finent ever Been In Lon don. They measure respectiv...

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 March 1913

s j - ,: ,'t I . 1 r. .. ,, I .-..1 dims matter at : .-i Cp Girardeau, Mo. r i ;.- ( ! of March 3, 1879. Mr. C. L. Harris of St. Louis is employed with Goodwin and Jean. A large crowd attended the dance at Turner hall in this city Monday evening-. Miss Clara Mueller went to St. Louis Tuesday for a few days vi?it with friends. Miss Medley has accepted a position with the Cape County Abstract Company: Mrs. N. E. Paid win vva3 an Easter visitor with Mrs. B. F. Davis at Cape Girardeau. A number of our sportsmen attended the trap shooters tour- nament over at Sikeston last week. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Russell and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Harper visited home folks in this city Sunday. J. E. Wallace left Monday for Springfield, Mo., to purchase a car of apples for the market here and at Cape Girardeau. Hon. J. Henry Caruthers and family passed through the city Saturday afternoon, going to Perry County, on a visit. Messrs. Fechner and Fleiss, who have been visiting here for several days, returned to S...

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. — 4 April 1913

'I ( I i. i ', "Sf.v f; i ; '. i m f 1 'f -H'WU ,'.,4 V .. '- ttk ait . J .. e.-,,1k'":' . . -....: w .-.i & !-r.' i- -II ft IKS PEOPLE'S PAPER "Al l. T!ir. N v,' THAT RriT 'JO FRIST" susssziPTrri mzi, $1x3 a yeas, jm iovr;ci Vol. XV Capo Girardeau, Missouri, Friday, Aprii 4, 1913 LOOM AI10 OnUteklAL Miss Marie Dosal had business at Benton yesterday . The Methodist ladies will have a market Saturday, April 12. Mrs. A. Chenue is visiting friends at Chaffee this week. Attorney Ralph Bailey of Sikestcr., bad legal business here yesterday. The Horse Industry In Cape Girardeau Counly. By C. M. M Williams, County Tftrm Advier. Has the automobilo hurt the horsp business? This question is often asked and sometimes lengthy articles are written, on the subject. As far as we are concerned, however, it haa not. Neither has it affected the price of good horses and mules at he principal markets. If you think j it has. get some man to price a o-nml m.nrn Onlv 1.mfr. WPlk a Mrs. George Quinn of...

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. — 4 April 1913

T. 3 Co. CAP ft GIAAKCSAU i:u:;a:j mrm'ESS but brief f'ortunnla Indeed Art Those of U Ab'e t 8eur9 Even fthort Fpace cf Rt,al Joy. It hrpprns that there at few, If nj. bitnatt bptoRS- ajnonpr us who ar completely and rapturously harpy for ny lorifth of time. Ixvers in ench other.' arhiB. benefactors relieving suffering, mothers clamping their ba tlei?, nclor and poet Utulor the freeh laurels of triumph all the know tifly what tfco eontacy of bliss is. Tut the child loaves tha mother' arais; the benefactor receive ingrati tude; tha lovers weary or deceive or Co; the actor or tho artist finds that tn warm heart had been hotter than tho hollow ring of all thope plaudit and tha erstney nv Ith Rll has been brief. And that Is what tho nioan la about that it cannot last all the time, as If In a world that. "spins forever 'own tie ringing grooves of chuDpe.,' every moment, with its invisible, forces, muBt not pull tha present com bination apart to effect a new one, and a it were anything bu...

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. — 4 April 1913

i i ! hi) h I ' I i ii mum L.l':l!v,,.. . ij POULTRY RELISH SKIM MILK One of Very Best of Foods fop Grow ing Chick, Keeping Digestion In Good Order. (Hy it U. W ICVTH EliHTON'E.) Very few people understand the v.iluo of nUlm milk aa a foot! for roul try. They rellBh It and It In very pood for them, cither swe.et or sour or but termilk, if it is not too cold. Milk fnki H tlio plncn of meat scraps to a certain extent. In fact, the feed ing of meat enn bo put down one fourth when the fowla havo all the Kklm milk they can drink, and tht re units obinlned will be the f,H!iie. Milk in fine to feed laying lienn and will mnteriiilly Increase, the. e?jr yield. It la on of tho very bont of fooda for the growing cIiIcUh, keeping their digestion in good order and hastening their growth, na it contains tho ele ment.1! neceHsary for th ir develop ment. Where milk in fed regularly and a teaspoonful each of ginger and soda added to each gallon every third or fourth day, there, will be no cholera or...

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. — 4 April 1913

,7, I ; h j.T ,u.i U'"!.r.!!ni'i (!;:Ci'hv, !;. o. !it r.'i;t"r. rmfi 'i s-rna.l c'.i:-s igniter tit t!;.t p..it o.- t Capo Giranlt-nti, Mo. U3;!,Af tt,o d of March 8. 5879- . 6 f r . ? X - 6 ir .' Born, Sunday to TIr. and Mrs J. G. Putz, a boy. ' I;orn, Sunday, to Mr. and Mrs. A! via Fennel, a bor. ' Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Kcrstner arc tho parents of a boy Mrs. J. W. Daugherty visited relatives at Fruitland Sunday. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Masters of this city, Friday, a daughter. Bora, Monday, to Mr. and Mrs. Gale Williamson, in North Jack son, a girl. County Court met Thursday April 3rd, it being the regular April term. Miss Archie Davis of Fruit land is visiting relatives in our city this week. Several Jackson citizens visit ed CaDe Girardeau Sunday to see the high water. W. F. Schade returned home Saturday from a business trip to Northern points. Gale Williamson, Memphis Tennessee, is home for a few days visit. Mrs. Mattie Peterman made a business trip to Poplar Bluff, returning 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. — 11 April 1913

I Jul S 15 ' ft' I - f, ' ' . ..v I ,i . in f::?le s paper "AJX T W V S t HAT'S fit 10 f ?!HT" sua sou? n;?,1! p $i.c: a yux. n a:va:;:j - Vol. XV Cape. Girardeau, Missouri. Friday. April 11, 1913 Edwin Miller is in St. Louis th"i3 week on business. Den Thacker of AUonville vis ited in the city Monday. Miss Nina Clark is visiting friends at Sikeston this week. Mrs. Fannie Porterfkld, the! CrasH Jury wife of Dr. J. I). Porterfield, , por May term of Circut Court died Wednesday morning from J Apple Creek A ugust Botllcr, paralysis. Mrs. Porterfkld was i - ByrdJohn Eaton aad A. P. born in Mobile, Ala. , August 5, jEehrens. 1851, and in 1874 was married at) Cape Uirardeau--Frank fl3 Thehos, 111., and in lsaS moved jterson. Alvin Bcrgrnann and v;n. to (Vauo. C.'irardpnn. where she re- Ijampe Edward Frenzel transacted business at St. Louia this week. R. E. Rutledge of New Madrid is visiting friends in the city this week. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Rutland of Advance visited friends at the Cape 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. — 11 April 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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