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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 11 April 1913

afa m mewif mm rr rrrrr 7 1 . Our rtnxt special dny celebration will be the 17th of March, ami we shall surely see that tho memory of Rood St. Patrick Is kept green. Did you ever see such an array of emerald green and such variety of novelties as tho shops are displaying? The best of all Is that It Is not nec essary to lay claim to Irish ancestry to participate In tho festivities, for St. Patrick belongs to us all, bo we'll all bo "a'wearlu' o' the green and wish ye the top o' tho mornlu'," or, as It will bo for most of us, "St. Patrick's day In the avenlng." I have had this bit of a rhyme tucked away, and I am sure It will do for c toast or sentiment that some of our readers will appreciate: Et. Patrick was a temperance lad. Who hailed from Dublin town; By chasing snakes from Ireland This good saint won renown. fiut faith, 'tis different nowadays Here 'nealh the stripes and stars. The man caught chasing snakes, begor. Will land behind the bars. Here are some suggestions to be carri...

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. — 11 April 1913

i-v ' inji't-- t ' f "' ii I o: ().v,r.:i of in J.v.-fc MVnviilo, n 1Y V.;v. It A. C. M in ton of Ruvi .i Sp was in Jackson first of the v.- trip to t't, Ijouvs thi weelc, re turn i y.rr T av, r. e.r.a firs. Koseoe wenocke of iton are visiting homo fv'ka ii tli53 city. llr. and Mrs. Will Ile.ydo re turned Thursday from a weeks visit in St. Loi?5s. Company "F" returned Wed nesday from near Commerce, where they had been on guard duty. lu C. Koehk-r. who is employ ed in the Priest & Behrcns store, has purchased property in east Jackson. i . . : .iaa.ny uubineMH iioufB v(.;icj decorated Saturday with the j U. S. flag, in recognition of the! school meet. ' ' Oliver Graf, employee of the Jackson Items, left Thursday for a visit with relatives at .Albu querque, N. M. TheT-adies of the Methodist I church will serve dinner Satur-jboth day in the basement of New McKindree church. R B. Oliver Ji-., and Mr. Ran-, . . . . drainage uibuicL, 1,1 city first of this week. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Hale...

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. — 18 April 1913

ITS FT-FU'S PAPER "ALL VISE S THAT'S TIT TO MONT" swscjhuim mice, $j.c3 a VfAH. : A-vr::i Vol. XV Cape Girardeau, Missouri, Friday, April 18. 1913 fra V J( i - V i 1 ! , f - at .L Frank Smith had .kC3ton this week. business at Mrs. H. J. Mueller is visiting her mother at Sedalia this week. Attorney James Raker of Morehouse attended Inderal court here Tuesday. J. W. Prince, cashier of the New Madrid bank, visited hh sister here this week. Never send a dollar away from home when the article that the dollar will purchase can be ob tained at homo. Money is our financial blood; its circulation keep the business bod. alive. Bleed the body by sending money away and business will ?oon put on a look ot letnargy. Always trade at home. Watch the bar gains offered by enterprising advertisers and you will learn that the best place to spend those home dollars. RADICAL CHANGES IN STATE POUT! CO. Direct Election of Sens! Affect PcDica! Cone! rs Will will dominate the campaign. though certain State ...

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. — 18 April 1913

HfA',4 P.itIs'ilri Co. C vf ';i3i r D ;;; A l,f . - Kini'lU' !i t:;3 l ' n. xrr. opVr-h,-l. 0?"! f t n.iy r.T.viJ tnf. rrnfsuble. Vi'h'-a w,-.!'ess ffd9 one e.n K' t. one's own thun.l into cae'i own 1-S(' rt'.c'i is Oil the wand !ft Ji't-w York. Due to the Increase in di vorces, perhaps. Yet It is hrd for one to feel f rftt' ?.! lo the. man who wmrti that cne'a SaJr It getting thin. Fnsfern rr-an Berks divorce bcai!.e liS.s viffe hit htm with a tea cup. Evl er.t!y the cup that Jar. A Russian woman killed her hf." tend la duel with rapiers, marklnj tie decline of tho rr.llinp-pin. A wan of twenty In gooi health may expect to live forty years longer; A n fin of forty, twenty-seven years. A Johns Hopkins professor has dis covered that orange blosy.oms can be sed us an anaesthetic Often they are. A New Jersey Judge announces that 43 la enough to spend tn clothing a vo Kan. Wonder how much his -wife tiiea. German rcientlsts have decided that a man Is In his prima at fifty yeare of age. 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. — 18 April 1913

IVESTERfJ CANADA'S PIIEKOMEHAL DEVELOPMENT Every Pict urn ' Telia a Zlory.' 1 1 i VH O ITT) TT? O f vnrTmMr rrv i t ...... 5onrs TTifrjjjs ffe ZJui.y. Worker I Dofag for the AJcatKtmcrtt of Cioii'izaliort IT8 PERMANENCY VERY LITTLE QUESTIONED. Raise of Salary Followed Proof of Junior Clerk's Interest in Welfare of the Finn. READY NOTEBOOK Ui EVIDENCE Modern tmployer, as In Thlo Caaa, May Be Relied On to Ee Quick to Appreciate Difference Between the Clock Watcher and the Worker. "Harris," Bald the boss an tlio Junior ;cHrk entered his private oirioo. "do you ever think of any bukkorIIoiis or Ideiia fur tli In'ttei inwit of Hih busi ness?" "Once In a while," tln junior clork , replied. "(!ot nny now?" The junior clork took a small note book from his porkct and began to 'turn the pnRos. Now and then he would stop to ruminate a moment. then go on "About the beBt thing 1 can offer Is this." be eairl at last. "Our lobby downstnlrs is too small. We do a busi ness that brings a lot of peopl...

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. — 18 April 1913

'llv 1 t . - t v v. :.u . V, H--i i. :"m i (it Ou t! OlJ iU ii'-Ol. M.I t (if r.r.-irrh .;, If 7". 'S 1 1 1 X If '! ' i a,- .. : ' j Tl.M ity re. .taurant has chan;;'- 1 hand.? recently, it now mint o .vr:: 3 by Ai;k"-':t Kric'er. I'lrs. Fvl. Tucker and children oCTuxica ."re visiting h.ov-f athor, Iteary Taylor, of this city. J. II. Howard and R. M. Saw yer had business in the northern part of the County recently. Hon. Cob Ward, of Caruthcrs vi!ia is spending the first of the wffk with Dr. Atkins family. J. Id. Sells of Randies, Mis souri, waa in the city Tuesday, looking: after a business enter prise. The County board of equaliza tion is in session this week, it being quite a job to go over the land list. Jesse Davis, wife and baby, of Fruitland. Mo., visited Pink Davis Tuesday and Wednesday cf thi3 week. The regular meeting of the presidents of the various farm ers clubs will be held in Jackson, Saturday afternoon. Jesse Hale, Attorney cf Chaf-! fee, was a Jackson visitor first 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. — 25 April 1913

0t Iurr.ial Sl)t 1 f i ! ' W j i 2 f i ' ! 1.1 li t . I... ;.-, j : . m . a. i i ..;.v;i'.J ( . .1 v ,io G m nmvi paper "AU. Tilt KCWS THAT'S TIT TO fRINT" SUS'iCKlPTlSM PiCS, 11.03 TtAR. It SYAr;:t Vol. XV uape Girardeau, Missouri, Friday, April 25. 191 3 No. 17 LCQf.L A'iD GEIIEIIAL NOTES OF INTEREST. I l.eloro tho year ends the Ke- publiean party will be in better j I condition tor a great campaign i . , . ,.,,,, . . George Doria had business at!thnn it ,m Lpon in ton v,.a,s b,UM.ay April A)th. the lresi- 0. . , ,,;,. in.ui u ill. win in if u ' "' t (,n f! 0f the bcal farm clubs met Ste. Genevieve this week. , , jn the County Fftrm Adviser., j Postmaster General Burleson ! ofiu-o at Jackson. This orgeni- Jesse DcLisle of Fortagcville, .has held a cmu'crcnce with J zation is "The Cape Girardeau visited friends here Tuesday. i officers of the National One-Cent County Farm Bureau" and it's T.r.Hpr TWnm. A owi.it ion nn I P"i P-""- is 10 yrvu unw aneui W. J. Henderson of Poplar reduc...

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. — 25 April 1913

Cisr.c Countv Ucr;;! v r i:v - ,v. t : ("- r f r A. 1 U H V i U : U w - ST'.rty Mrn 1.1 the Maine Nea-iy the Ertci Limit that M?s f'eo Sot. V.'h:V! .-r It Is it -o to tim m-e d mi.?-.t if tn !' or nomMl.tt.t; ei,at a-erd-to t:,e fleim if the rt ;'.urtor!:l c-r-rfS c t;. iitmal h,i!s c-t r.Ti vnutlva, Members of tlio lower J -tru e of torsi-ess lave Increased the T.r'-'.as'i frM ft wl'tfh thy t'V p-j':(-!)Tiit;nfcly II r'r "''"t., ta.fn liar V.'eoV.y. This d"cs not mens. .;ui the inaxlir.uns speed lirr.it bs fnv-Ti Increased, but fully EO tf.fn Ira Tlie ccur-a now tat it at a h!?h rate of kjvoii where one reached the mart Ttura a few yc(ir on. Tour or five ywirs ago there were, only two or three luetubere mho tallied so rapidly that tho rtciof rapbers had to utilize their beet efforts to Vt e p up with them, lrmer Congressman Charles LJttie tfc t-id of l!i:ie had the ruUtlou of T-eir,g the fastest end steadiest talker ia the house four years ko. His aver age for four hour on one occa...

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. — 25 April 1913

i lilL SD1TEF.EQ ; rnriini v Umhli iAft RcjuUr Internals S.ij LydU E. rL-ikharc.'s Vro ' tiLIa Compound corn pktely cured her. : Adrian, Toxn. "I tn.k pW.sura In tiding coy testimonial to the preat lint yand bopa that ifwill bo of interest tosuf foring women. For four years I Buffered untold agonies at I regular Interval. jucq pains ana cramps, severe chill andsicknessat stom ach, then finally hem orrhapca until I would b nearly blind. I bad fiv doctors and none of thorn could do trior than relieve mo for a time. I saw yonr advertisement In a pa per and decided to try Lydia E. Pink fa am' Vegetable Compound. I took weven boxes of it and used two bottles f the Sanative Wauli, nnd I em com yiletely cured of my trouble. Vben I l-efran taking the Compound I only Weiphod ninety-six pounds and now I weigh one hundred and twenty-all pounds. If anyone withes to address me In person I will cheerfully answer fJl letters, as I cannot speak too highly cf the Pitikham remedies. "Miss Jes sie Mar...

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. — 25 April 1913

. . ,.y. i . ... A ALU 1"ITU:'!!M- r'i.MM H. 0. !f"Ci'i, l..!:"-r !;,jlir,1 s srroivl chi'is (Ti:i!tr nt in jiont i".,to 9t ! Cirardf-in:, Mo. us..!.t I5i net of MrcU 1. 1H73. r a Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ikuigheriy The infant son of John (J. Put?, and wife, died Sunday night. Squire 0. 1 Adams transacted business in this city Tuesday. II. L. Jones returned Tuesday from a few days business trip in St. Louis. Judge John Ji. Snider left Tuesday for a business trip at Durant, Miss. August Frederich and family spsnt. Sunday with relatives in Cape Girardeau. Judge L. F. Thomas of L'ur fordsville, transacted business in our city Tuesday. Robert Kneibert returned Monday from St. Louis, where he attended conference. Mrs. E. Engelhardt and child are visiting irelatives here and in the county this week. Master Wilson Ruppel of Lee man is spending the week with Mr. and Mrs. John Daugherty. in this city. Rev. Frank Engelhardt and family of Oregon, 111., are spend ing the week with relatives in this c...

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. — 2 May 1913

j ,T.u iul 5 U o ol J U i T 1 12 it; ! :i -f ' - r' -. '1 i ! 1 ; !i f. MM '! !" v: -.1 7 3 : . I .1 ' 1 1 .-V:r j ... . ..!! .-J 1 1. -..1 . . . .. v,.'. ft.. V 1 ... m nznvs paper "Al.t TUB HTSrS TB M S FIT TO I'RiNT" susscRirnc: mice, 51x3 a yum. 1:1 avr.::i Vol. XV Cape Girardeau, Missouri, Friday, May 2. I913 No. 1 8 ICOaL MID GEKEBftL Tat Connor made a trip to St. Louis this week. C. K. Montgomery anl of Ilayti are in the city. wife II. S.' Cape of Fornfelt wa in the city yesterday on business. Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Harvey have moved to the Chap in Hat. W. H. Thomas, who was in Chaffee on business has returned home. T. D. Hines of Jackson was in the city yesterday transacting business. Mrs. C. J. Beard has returned fromReece, Mo., where she has been yisitirg. Mr. and Mrs. H. R. I.ambert have returned to Benton after their visit here. Herman Koehrer have moved to their 1423 William Street. and family new home. Harry J. Wagner went to Jack son last Sunday to visit his brothers and...

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. — 2 May 1913

Cr.:;: County Herald 71 v.n I'", ?rt '.;. is a !. s' tht, Vi.U !:! ;fiU j.!;ir. a?t r a ics- i in'": ;i est m.J-3 r '!.!'! Ui Ct't'.iT W.A'u-rj 1 new. nVcut spri.'., skyway? ! Trft !s be;.'. trt t" y la s-;? bat la Its t.en'xg jTi'.'. The rrl.ht enters i-J t Msrblrd a;w j-pu'.ar i r.'h. th'.s SfOT'l s?r :r,? g.rL ... t A orstbe-r cf the tw FTa cb j It t is tarse-l Lcu! KJoii T. tie ' STrecca cabinet I !:lawke now tfts a fcatpln T"1" rm?e. Mrs r gradually corc.lrf j Into their rh's. .... .. ... , lM'L.Ef o cfx c.;.,- j woman aa a younga woman treat i ...... . j , .. . . . . ,0,,, , . Z v v?. i ti fsxlly for TO year, prohsbij tc- . . . ... i fcur t( feetle to cult. ' -"uj A iair fiau4 In New Tcrt lacW-s larf tara, s.ml lher ss others tht Cea't IctoIvo so reach. Th winter may hr keo cnduly KCd, tat It im to b m!S fcr n iist It 'v&a sa c&sy ooe on the poor. Ty ths y. has jour tfna to offer thc litUa supgestloas about Tscjillon trip reit sumcjer? A faH to cboo? betwta tt iqUUt oi...

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. — 2 May 1913

Ml Conaolatlo. Tm jwj't lost your nice pury-t Inc. I ei here last?"' sympathised jrtundma. "Too bad! Of course you biIhh him Creadfully, don't you!" "Well,' yen," six year-old John as sumed a look of chastened sorrow; "but then, grandma, slnco l'vo heard no int'.r.h about tb! germ business i try to think lt' Just as welll" Its Weight. "Cholly complained of having sora thing on his mind." "I know what It Is. I aw blm strike his head ngalmtt a lot of cob webs In the corner." ' 1 I ; THOSE RHEUMATIC TWINGES Much of therheu- matic pain that L changing weather ii . I - 11113 Ui UIJU l.S -t acid crystals, rli rteeiues couian I cut, tear or hurt any I worse when the af fected muscle Joint ii used. If such attacks are masked with head ache, backache, du iiners and disturb ances of ihe urine, it's lime to help the weakened kidneys. Doan's Kidney Tills quickly help tick kidneys. A Michigan Cit Jonlah HooT-r aw X faihnrtno Hi, Bay Clt, Wirh., nafa: "Mr ta-a gi.l so Na,l I cuiililn't timtl ot-r...

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. — 2 May 1913

t M i tile J;ir',:fCii p--fjlitl 1 FH-'.y rii iTr.i.isn:.' C. Uovon, : .r by i'. - l.Mlt'T. it 1 r.'i;icrJ as Sf-..ri4 c!fS matter at tlt p-'t cS'ee f.t Cntie (iirardom?. Mo, ubJ.t t): P'.'f of Moreu S. 1870. w T r " ' 1t ?1 ? ? .r !? Recorder Siemens and fa: visited in Ilhvio Monday. E. S. Templeton, of Fruitlar.d. was in Jackson last Monday. John E. Ileinberg went to t. Louis Monday on a business trip, Mr. and Mrs. M. G. LaFierre left Monday for a visit in St. Ijuis. n n c;mpPa nf r.A,v',,nvi!lp i was in. Jackson recently, on business. Mr. Bishop is now in St. Louis, making arrancrements to move his family here. William Wagner, Sr., is coins to put plate glass front in the bakery building. Walter Trickey, of Bonne Terre, has been at home this week with his family. Mrs. J. M. Randol, whiie out feeding her chickens last Friday, fell and broke her ankle. The parents of Oliver Graf and his brother came down from Herman, Mo., to attend his wed ding. The Ladies' Aid Society of the Metho...

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. — 9 May 1913

a :-t.jm jK;;-.x.jux-ii4wmrKXej&jn w-;r : r i. "' 1 '.HIE PEOPLE S PAFLR "voirxv f ie Giiv,rfl(au. flic oiiri. Friday, May 9, 1913 No. 19 s . .' f. '. t ; ' J k g. 1 11 . ) Rudolph (.Incline and v if", with their son Robert are visiting their many friends lime. Garrett Glenn say "I want your head, my new stork of Pan amas have arrived' Kdvvanl Massengill been very busy the past 1'ew days vil ing friends in his new auto. John Doyle with his mother, brother Edward and wi fe went to St. Louis this week in a Cadi lac touring car on a vacation. The Royal Theatre added three big features to their program this week and are .showing to large houses every night. The Wonderland Floating Thea tre will show here next Monday night. A refined vaudeville bill will he offered. The Grand Theatre introduced the Ail'.s and Myers Musical Comedy Company this wtek. LCOAtfinO . , . ied. The rewlv halclvvl chti-k is L J. Wainer or jaekson nasi t , , ,. .. ,. , u. .1. ".-ui' ,a very tender and Iran hum ...

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. — 9 May 1913

Care Connly Ul:v.!( 1 ' m f ' s T'" f O 1 DECOUHAGIuG ? '. - J) I ' t' Backache mnVfO l!f a HcaJ- f i T'.'l ar-d ;e tfc 0.4 l3i:f'i'i;;VJ, w ; fiii, aches, 6 d I z y Id C!- 8 r I .?"." ft",, !-.i-,e nj-yrtiprlato H-Rt tt'r A "1 f--r.!r. l pr'riI. Tl 1 UX call f'T Iron eriiiut ;.cots. !;rr the DPir-mi'im ewpvs .n : -.coyt.xr r-f a trruru asitnrt till age. The great trouble with the F.oro I'ftia siofuu quo la that it foa't stay I at. Don't count your chickens nel'.l yc.n're sure the incubator lamp doesn't C'riflnno Castro f.ivs he la Jfir.s; to it a tcrr,!!.T!"i;tly In. Tcueriffe. "7 h arr 'bH In ?w Tort an ordinary tail cMvct wna arreM ?d on supposition ik&t be was a rol U'r. Aaolbf.-r blow at the American work Ir.eaian lth ft tax contemplated on ell over $."t3"3. Ft. Louis policeman demand an LiiJit-tiour day. He who ruca may read tie tima cy the stars. Ac-cording to the census, there are 125,fi00 liliots lu too country. But n!y on kind were counted. Two German officers flew 7.7...

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. — 9 May 1913

Ulluiiii fciiirStuj:! TEH YEA08 From Hcrvourncjs Causttl hj Female lib RcslDreil to IIcalA by LyclU E. l is Compound. Auburn, N. Y. "I Buffered from Bervousnesa for ten years, end bad ucii ; organic paina that sometimes I would aa in Dea loar days at a time, could not eat or Bleep and did not want anyone Xa talk to roe or bothel me at ell. Some times I would ufTef for seven hours at time. DifTerent doc tors did tlia best they could for ma until four months bro I began eMnat Lydia E. rinkham'a Vegetable Com pound a trial and now 1 am in good health." Mrs. William II. Gill, 15 J'leasant Street, Auburn, New York. Doctor's Daughter Took It. St. Cloud, Minn. "I was bo run down fcy overwork and worry that I could not f tand tt to bnve my children talk aloud cr walk heavy on the floor. One of my frienda said, 'Try Lydla E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound, for I know a doc tor's daughter here In town who taken jt and aha would not take it if it were not rood. " I sent for the Compound at once ...

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. — 9 May 1913

0' .1 .1 V- : S.' !..! In.irty I v .;-i. ( ;.(. i:.j;t'.i. r.i f. I ed i.l ( ! x mutter :t ,-.j r : nl'Ti u, Mo m li S, 1S7!. ,'. ;! !. til'O r.:i f I'- i? 1- f ? ?r A' John A. Weber, moved to Mono, Illinois, this work, he hi-.s lived ( ( - hero several years. Trie Ladies Aid Society of the Methodist church, meets with Mrs. John Dau;iherty thi. after noon. County Court is in se:-iou this week andjrrobate Court, vvili lie in session next week. C. II. Me. Vvidiuuismado a bus iness trip to St. Louis this week, returning home Tuesday night. Mr. and Mrs. Asa Key and daughter Mary, of Cape Cirar deau.visited relatives in this city Saturday and Sunday. Attorney Spence of Illoomfield attended circuit court here this week. Mrs. 11. S. Welter and children accompanied by Miss Ruby Meier are visiting at Poplar Bluff, this week. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Vogel and children of New Wells. Misses Iletta and Byrd Ruppel and Logan Ruppel visited Mr. and Mrs. John Daugherty Saturday. All the slot machines in...

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. — 16 May 1913

Q.f rormal Shei 'Mi t i -i u v' ' t ! i I i I i i i . lilt H A A . .,' v. . !J W R i Y 1 I-1 3 i;..'r 5 M ! i M 1 f n 1 HI PICPII'S rA.fft All. W hlm't TI S TIT TO PRIrll Vol. XV Capo Girardeau, Missouri, Friday, May 16. 1913 No. 20 i icoa f.::a gsi:eral Mrs. VV. W. Hinchey titortai ti ed Mr. and Mrs. .1. VV. Baker of Sikeston. i Mrs. Will Bergman is visiting j TWO NEW MEASURES relative in Sikeston this week.;, ARE GIVING TROUBLE. W. A. O'Brien who went to St. Louis for a few days return ed home yesterday. The State Medical Society is holding a meeting ir St. Louis, and Dr. L). II. Hope of this city ia attending. Dr. J. W. Berry went to Gall away to visit his mother who is reported sick. Edward Hely, who had boon in St. Louis on business returned homo this morning. She - Do married men live longer than those who are single? He (married) No. it only seems longer. Miss Bessie Juden, a school teacher at Marston, ia home to I spend her vacation. Mr. R. (1. Whitelaw entertain ed his daug...

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. — 16 May 1913

3 c.rjnty ncrnla H- r'u: -"- ---J CO. :;zj wiiXT j'j;::::;y tt.cucmt f nv.,;'y YcjiV-'fKr Vclcssl th Trus ty' .; of '. Ci In Rsnrk T ! V.'ss Rather Fude. Ti .sit It in rotm'tlmc nilihtf easy t r.. . th trtiih if we t,k for It was iJoii'iMiptrittcd thy other eveiir.f! by a ury t'0.1 by G !!rF Otit Smith. dlrev "r of Ui. '!. iti hI niim')1, at Wtu.Ur On afternoon a philanthropic psrty ft fMd.llc ( !.'ot.l In the poorer ffrHon f.f i. t'g city and while making a fti Sy of t?;i conditions la (ho knout-t-'r.t factory thnup.ht it niet to sek t'.i yotwf.stert ft fw questions. "Crti iny litsle boy or girl tell me," be very lmprer.slvrly, "what la th (t:-t tvKt of fill tho virtues?" Nothing !.Ins:. Every bright little tuc.a loelu-d its If the. mind back of U won doing a bard piece of thinking, but there was no reply. "We will try St again," encouraging 5y said the philanthropist. "Wh;i am 1 doing wlipn I give up my time and jlcaiuro to conn Bin! talk to you in your school?" "I kr.c-c. nilii'c...

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