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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 16 May 1913

SnsIiatG iiu wiiii In tha Provlnoa af 'Saskatchewan, jweatern Cmidi , Wrn tniUf U1 off I HO A 4 ir i-.js .r i,t i hrmwrt Vitmii'. I-itrlt 1 ThM.rv ( it-fxnlna noi limited bul Im t:"-i va lunr. 1 M iihi RTOTS J Mr rfrmW t4n (lOtiurd apfr 't-ojfiti, iinti mm ut. rif nr n Iwti.g hunt. Th Off 1U Iiaq ouint ftbvn tltttre ft.U 6 no A K"itt rSirwnl, ftaskah-henitn. inrmr writf: 'i raia on u, hom,-.t,,,1, MaTP lliJI wttht,it l IMJ 'inh ef h.irhi, BPfl mnrhin rr. Mini Ji,.! in cn.fi. 'J . k1 n , frry wvnrromif whotiL Mjf aTf-n of nt, MX inv ,I Im," N.,t h1 for iz ytrn, liur.onljf n In-inm- of whnt nmy b di.n In vi.m in M:uiiub. hi' knulwuBnor Anuria, f'''"! t incr, f.,r l.tleratura, ii&iiKKj Ku.j, etc, u O.A.COOK. J w. rt . wmm riir, a... 4 r 1. !'-' l T B. ie. nil ,., i'b. Onl:an tliTwimiit Aifnnta.or a.wim, KnMrlntcntlnnl nf ImmlgrniKtu, m,n.O.Mu. Uur.y a guccopsfu) noise like a big wlud. nntu makes a Somo spinsters are io timid tliat they would Jump Bt a proposal. The two most Importa...

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. — 16 May 1913

1 t. I'. i.'ni!.!l r.,i I i i (.'. Uoi'-m, LJUor. :i onJ (.lass mutter ut i.raW Hie not, of March Ii, 1S7 I lev: Harvey Jones of Fornfelt visit ed hone folks in this city last Dei.utyU. S. Marshal, E. E. YVhitworlhhad business in Jack son during court. McRdamcs John Daugherty and rink Davis visited relatives in Fruliland Tuesday. j. V. McLain who has been very ill. at his home in West Jackson, is slowly improving. The Ladies Aid Society of the .Methodist church meets with Mrs. Chas. Behrens this after noon. ile-nry Taylor returned Satur day from a two weeks visit with his daughter, Mrs, Ed. Tucker, at Sikeston. Thos. (Bullet) Hunt took a party to St. Louis in his new automobile the (Irst of the week returning today. The bridge in West Jackson has been raised and temporarily repaired, so that ordinary traffic can be resumed across i'.. The mill property at Millers- ville was sold by the sheriff, 8 public auction, last Friday, H A. Rieman, being the purchaser. The suit for damages, st...

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. — 23 May 1913

fun ' 1 1 w 4 - ' 12 n "J J. mutt wit-fr?. "ALL TS HEW THr FIT TO f R!!" SU3.CftHlC.J PRICK, SI.G0 A YEAR. Vi AY;t Vol. XV Capo Girardeau. Missouri, Friday, May 23, 1913 y-.r 4 i Ik W-. i " Mis. A. Kocrncr, i visiting heme folks here this work. Garrett Glenn and several of his friends wont to Delta last Sunday on a pleasure trip. ; Mrs. Louis Tuck left for St. Louis Wednesday. She will visit friends and relatives there. Miss Irene Luckmann of IllmOi is visiting Miss Inez Ostcrloh on ; Good Hope Btrcct. She will; ppend a week here. Clay Lutz returned from hia trip to Charleston, Mo., where he had been a few daya visiting his mother and friends. F. W. Rieck returned frofii New York. Her daughter went to Europe, and she accom panied her that far. Mr3. Henry Goekel and her daughter, Lillian, of Jackson visited friend3 and relatives in the Cape last Tuesday. i' - George Dietrich,' of Menfro. traveling salesman for the Inter national Harvesting Co., made a visit to the Cape Tuesday. Mr. a...

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. — 23 May 1913

r (j 1 1 i t "V i I. L '3 Co. rrrtr:?. cf hvep. i 0- Awy With Kimy ; ThJt A!i--t ttl Pennl Iftsa UnfOt'tunnte. V't th- Ycuiiftr.t, bereft cf the of n tnu h as ft i:.oni tf food, K!tft!aa ls belt ami endur-ps the jt nils cf bonger with les discomfort, ias been explained by a series of !',: ! n-.l by Dr. ft. InUoff. a t$.TrfiSn laves! !;?vtor. II flmls that X, reir upon the stomach governs IN appetite. It wrb shown that the Juip'o act of swallowing c;ui6rd the tjrrfth to contract by reflexion thus ijtr.tEjr satiations. When solid food was swallowed the contraction wss rKwn. a relatively Eir.all amount bt-ing fcicodwl to saUafy tho appetite. When, Ksowever. liquid was taken, Jt required ifclmost double tbe amount before the jtufeifct de-dares b I" hunger satisfied. The swallowing of the liquid caused SUjrb contraction. When liquid was ' !ezven through a tube, obviating tho im:e-f, ily cf swallowing, twlo as sauch was necessary as before. In B.H cases persons eating as they gleaned took...

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. — 23 May 1913

if If NiH''! GOOD HOUSE FOR THE FOWLS Should Have Southern Front and Yards May fes Laid Off for In , dividual Pena If Desired. A good poultry bouse may be built after plana nhown In the drawing. Such a house may be made any length desired and partioned Into el z foot breeding pens, 16 feet dep, which would glvo 7 1-3 square fee per bird for one male and 1,2 fomaleg. The bouse should have a cement or board Hour and can bo bo built bh to mnlin It rat, wind and rain proof. I prefer a floor of cement, writes William Scott of Abilene, Kan., In the Farmers Mall and Urei.ze. The bouse should front aouth and yards may be laid off for the use of Good for Several Uses. Individual pens if dofilrcd. This kind of house la also suitable for raising early batched chicks. Thy upper windows are hinged bo they may be swung open at any de sired jingle or to be booked up as the weather demands. The lower front 19 covered with one-Inch rnesh wire and a drop canvas or windows inn j' be used. The window s...

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. — 23 May 1913

10- (! A V. i i "L'r t ' r r 1 J er 5 i i Dr. II. T. Ilnvi-'iv o.i niaoe a professional trip to St. Louis last u.ro Tom Reed of Poeahonl Kssod thror morning. ho city Monday Dr. Vinyard wont to St.. Louis la "-it week to attend a medical as sociation. ! Adolpu Knelimer, of St. Louis, I has boon on a vi-di. to bis par-' cniS'here. Miss Ha Davis of Fruitlandl is visit-in- her brother, Pink ! Davis this week. ' j . . Circuit Court adjourned Fi i doylOth at noon, having been in session eleven days. v - uii - A fiisifi- of ivlrs. Sa vnri- ,f u-c,.h;.,-tn sJa visiting in Jackson. ' Lum Goodson and family were visiting in Jackson with friends the first of the week. Mrs. Alvan Taylor of Sikcston is visiting the family of Mr. Henry Taylor in this city. Otto Diemund who lives on the Green Farry road just north of this city, is ill at his homo. Rev. Burton of the Methodist1 church is in St. Louis assisting in a meeting in one of the churches. Miss Ella Daugherty of Lecmon is spending the week 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. — 30 May 1913

i ' ' : 4 t ' .t i 4 . i .'-''; (i : - ( . US, FET.f LE'5 PAFf Vnh XV ; i in; i.T'S HT to FFINT ' fliHaERSFTlS.'! F'iCF, 51 Ca A MkH, U Luntlxi Capo Girardeau, Missouri, Friday, May 30. 1913 No. THE liLKS STATE The Fifth Annua! meeting. f the Elks State Coiuvn1 km Legaif a three ikiys session Too-day and was pronounced one of tl'. most successful convcii! ion ewe held in this city. Three, steamboats, regular ami special trains and :iutiM!i'hil.s conveyed thousands r !. itor Tio to the scene of l'i streets were Pril cited and decor at e bunting, the Eil: and white h. iug 1 1' u'iv 1 .iihil.i . l.V Jo 1. ! i n i m i -' ;,a.!d imrple I s in evidence. Seymour's uuck l-at St. Louis, the Wu-'di.t from Poplar Plod' ai d t Normal hand of this city ed the music. Band concert. v ui flower parade, hi. at e lodge parade, reei -pi in,: ball, auto ri,H to aa.-k i j i ' .in i hand ..: .to furni h- .Dim I. ile (. v.- ion, , rand game, Pain's "Old M :.! u numerous uther attract .on. the lartre crowd...

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. — 30 May 1913

Cane County Hemic) T r,-'. i'.V -t f:.f ?y." Vr:5, s.-.al ll way C . t !". - ti J'fvii tl.-e is (', rie tj tbe frog. i .V.'tsy I(r;f.r. tio r;'.-t t:Vi the b n ;, r;.' s to kr.c-w wVat tfcey T!. lv--! t'OT pnin:'o'"! a who1 c-s r. h. Tcr? .rr.tf 'y. it wat-n't an :!. aa a.i.'.i-d ae. imei.t for the lower cost cf d-' c t-. e. About th!? tin-., the rrf-l'nilr.ary tp ! akea la ti,e formation of Jane bri.ie. Or.Iy two per cer," of musicians are b;.lJ. tut '.I Is tea lata fcr many Ee? to Jo! a a haed. As soon it nil women wear fend ers on their hatpins tbe men can juit cn.rrr!r.g nippers. Tbe fanner ought to be a happy man about these tlniea. Everybody ants to help him. Onr opinion Is tbat the world will murvlye despite Incomprehensible pic tures and eiit skirts. However, the kind cf umbrella that j yon cannot lose is not much good for keeping out the rain. One trouble with simplified spell tsg la tfcet tbe authorities still fool ishly Insist upon regular rules. Experts tell us bow to ac...

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. — 30 May 1913

jnc ikiiG taut r : -'"", ; - ' " pi 10 : ; ;j -".-"ii it., i , ,,r nl ,! u,,, ..i . ; 'V ".'!. N V., I,- l..f. Writ. vir : ' f . v,.,i.v-'. fully f rAnl. ly, ,,.4 ...rV ; : i wi:! b. rr-il,,;., y.r...,-l.,r.vt . - pn-.Tn.rr.ri .r(J j ,, f, , (. tj ... KIKUJ Dtiv.lt auj siua-.J.y ciufid.iuukl. ;j, f'i Dr. Tierc t a jij.lcn Hcjidi Discovery !j '( ftiV. f. rl.h. jmr ,M M t'.n In- 3 V; l r.N lk .!!, r .!. Itr "i i . 1 I'm rtt..i.Ui( w.. 'it-,.., l-n. .Ini.iw, 5 ti. ..MHi., ...jtini -t.r.'fvst, fr-il l.rnni, 2 i nf ,11 .k.M' with ,li I-.... n(. Li KOKOi-i. JVM'(l-A(iKSl, rllhrr .-I. In hunrtU lillln, ' (fie linrmlea, l.lnnrt, nrtpr fMHnt fliln 1 lire ptii! tniilYlnn HeHivtlllrr WrlU I fc.. X MM. It Nik ., Kra.lln.. -. V;j '''llr' 1'"'I r.tnn lii'.nl ot ..l.rn N II HI I L. WM, y.HUUt.U'l 8, Umaciioii, fo. L.JL Easy. "I seo you have a new cook," said Mrs. Keen, as nh( smiled at Hie ho&t ess across the table. "YeB," replied the hostess. "How lld you know?" "I've been studying the thumb ...

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. — 30 May 1913

i V !;;;; run -ei;; ccr.rr. j F C. Ticvaaa rJi?-;r. Fra- r.d . Ei...r. ;.t U.' j" 1 1 ciec t.t .; a;..r;)-.,ei. mj. umW flui a.-t 'J XiarcU 1579. f t t ; T V- - 1 1 c ' f 2 sjs . ...,- -'"' t Stophr n Hyi'd came in from Texas Tuesd ay. TheV.C.T. U. met with Mrs. Joe IlalF-y Thursday afternoon. An inspector veiled the local militia company here Monday night. Miss Eimlie Hopkins of near .Marble Hill, is visiting Mrs. J. P. Parks, in this city. Linus Fensol has the contract for rebuilding the main building at the Handle factory. Leon Clippard, assistant Cash ier National Bank, spent part of last week visiting in Arkansas. June 2. the Parochial school of the Lutheran church wiH hold annual ehildrens day exercise?. Boy Scouts, troop number 1, has permanent quarters, and are intending to hold regular meet ings. The Ladies aid society of the Methodist church meets with Mrs. Quincy Hahn this after noon. A special meeting of the Potosi Presbytery is called to meet in Jackson, Thursday 29th, ...

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. — 6 June 1913

Vt y oi r. ftl Jffccl Jir it 11 r n 1 i i t IF i 1 i ) t : 1:1 M ; ' ! S4 . IKE PtCPLE'S PAPER ALL tBfi IEWI THAT'S riT TO PfclNT" SU33CRIPH3N nZi. 1.C0 A VIA. Vi ASYA'T.f Vol. XV Capo Girardeau, Missouri, Friday, June 6. 1913 icon MID GECSOAL Ben Obennillcr war over from Jackson yesterday. 'Mrs. J. F. Ellis of Commerce was in the city the first of the week. V. (1. Anderson of Commerce visited his friends here last Sunday. Miss Stella Chappuis her many friend in la?t Sunday. visited Men fro Clay Lutz has returned from his trip to St. Louis where he was visiting friends. Mrs. II. W. Dodge and chil dren of Commerce visted friends in the Cape this week. Mrs. Crowder and Miss Grace Elackledge of Commerce were here the first of the week. Dr. B. W. Willis and Percy Osterloh went to Illmo arid Edna on their motorcycles last Sunday. Harvey Stein who left last Sunday for southern points on business, will return tomorrow morning. Misses Juanita Greer and War die Mathews of Sikeston spent a fe...

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. — 6 June 1913

Ucunty lleralii w'd r;..-,t-va Ce. t-v: c. ; .'' o r. .u, - - ;xi!,so jf.t L-i--tT iii-. ... io -.. V,'iccr.r-!r T'i ! frjoytpg Senn t.'en D'J to Prence of Gnotiy Vimtant, i.vm,'Ji. Wi., i.' ir'"V- flu d i; f '.'.'.'iy Tor-tii,tiitA, surrounded by a rj'st t!mt throws out a tS'.si.ly burn'r-g jfc ;s.;-?j!r-i-r-tt flow. U I-:.t.uijr.;bl jv-enetice l:i the i al of night mnvfii About the domicile of Hr.rry Si pea, nBk!n wird riolnsi and playir.t; ilv.iuit Uitle tricVs, suib as rapping lourfly on doom nr.tl throwing the deer Ira; members cf the family out cf ted. Twice has tbe head of tbe Pip'clna retired to bla couch, after locking bis floor, arid twice bus he been thrown t'oiiJy c-ut of bed, awakening to iee tie form cf the ghost "'flow" tut through the keyhole. KiRht before last the ipecter made IU third appearance and to disturbed wis rir-os pert? that he ran fcatlrrs and eo.t!eii for three block -bellowing Justily for the watch. Three police "tncn -who kept watch last cUht failed to...

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. — 6 June 1913

Constipation Vanblics Forever Prompt Rr!if f Permnnrnt Curt CART FIR'S LITTLE LIVER TILLS nrvcr ' f-nl. r"urfly vcttcta- hie set tureiy but pently on e liver. Stoo after 1 Cf-RTER t f ITTlt 1IVER I PIUS. dinner Hs- f i trrfiu cure 'indit'CKtion. At' Improve the complexion, brighten the eye fJMAI.L ril.U SMALL DOSE, SMMX PRIOR, Genuine must bear Signature CONTRASTS' THE BEST MATES Quiet Men Should Wed Vivacious Wo men, an English Opinion, Ex pressed In Print. "Does the average man prefer the demure, coy kind of girl or the brlRht and vivacious girl In all proba bility a flirt and which kind of a girl makes the better wife?" This la the question on which a modern girl askr opinion through a London news paper. . "I have read in your paper many opinions on the modern girl given by young men," she writes, "but I hava not found an answer to the question which countless other girls besides niyBelf would like answered. "It seems to me that the average man' marries the coy, quiet girl, but a...

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. — 6 June 1913

mm ynwwwiji f? H;.U.1. . lie: tin, 1 injr. ! til, (..t (i:'",vt at C-tf" r.ir.n ,-lci'f,, J!o. Uinii'!' 1'iB int. i'f.rmt:i-u if. ;,' ' J f $ if. J,9 -. $ ;f if: '.! ft Mrs. John V. Daugherty visit ed at Fruitland, Sunday Mrs. 1'. A. Williams is very at her home near Fruitland. ill Mrs. John Daugherty visited relatives at Fruitland Sunday. John Daugherty a turned Mon day from a business trip to Illi nois. Judge V. I!. Sehaeffer is up for a few days from his farm in Arkansas. Fink Davis and family visited in Capo Girardeau the first of this week. George W. Mil'.es. J. P. from Millerville had business in Jack son Saturday. E." S.-Templeton, a prominent farmer of Fruitland, was in the city this week. Attorney W. K.Chandler, of Marble Hill was in Jackson Sat urday and Sunday Floyd M acorn is home from his school work at the State University at Columbia. Work is still going on prepara tory to moving the Wessel build, ing from the public square. Mr! and Mrs. George Snider, of Fruitland, 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. — 20 June 1913

v., P'Je J? j e.j!'i.',. J H PEOPLE'S PA-tR Vol. XV " 'At.L THE f TWS ''SIM'S FIT TO PKtWI" :IV1? niCi, 11.03 A Vt A3, t'i M?t:;ct No." 25 Cape Girardeau, Missouri, Friday Jurm 20, lot. J tjfiti liiit. kin it imimS i &a S. Carter is iit St. Louis on bus iness.. . i . A buby hoy whs horn to Mrs. S. M. Brown. J. King has returned from his trip to St. Louis. J. H. Woffard of Morehouse, is in town on business. Clyde Caldwell of Lutesville is visiting friends here. Miss Eilie Close left for (Colo rado to spend the summer. Miss Nina Clark is back home from her visit to Sikeston. Miss Clara Ileidei has return ed to her home in Jackson, Miss. A. C. Ramsey returned Sunday from a few days visit in St. Louis. t J. McCammon of St. Louis is here visiting his family and friends. .T. A. Vogel left Wednesday for Little Rock, Ark., on a busi ness trip. Ed. Hoffman and E. Drusch,,are making an auto trip through Ar kansas. . J. 0. Snoddy of Chicago spent the week here visiting relatives and friend...

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. — 20 June 1913

Oi-c Counly Herald ---il.il 'id.li-.iiin.i (5. c('r. '!'": ak, . iwi;-w.c!i .li.: f. W J.ilt ii--. tt?. "fclhV KUirt I -.: I u!J hi a r,v.l fame. l.'oviki) J oar t"iiii w ;na -,u.;. i.illy. A?- cmr m.iiuii of a tiKclfRS occu j'ti.n f hut of raising attlchnkcs. 4 V. tillers' strike riots In Nw YoK r iiIvctk were employed. Next! If ail ; ' were Jii'lsd by points, a li'if tnii.cii of them would score minus Anriher much needed Invention is a Koff I j II tlnU whistle whenever t is u-n. The Ei)k hat has survived a century. 2'nf th preen one -a few months tOumld ut'leo. Whnj tho Balkan states fool like 1'(.ito1u li.ooo.oco.OOO, what docs Tn-hry feci like? The dollars are flowing In for tur tle scrum, but where are tho absolute proofs of worth? It Is our notion, however, that tho world ru'cdB simplified talking more fl:an fcimpUned noelling. Ioa Angeles has two lady "coppers" a.nd It Is said to bo quite a sensation o b) pinched by one of them. After all, why correct the proof fpn it tho com...

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. — 20 June 1913

B I, V 15 ELLPJ C !l I jrnii' wiihln your niv! ilr.-airi f K t'ri n tiiore r yet to gain; 5m rnry 1 run ni-e tlio Rli-nm Of Hunllt liHlmca In Kinln; Tli.-lr splendid tnwi'ts cleave the olr. And you arc grntlo mlnli-i'sn there. 'Within yur noulfMl eyes I cuzf And ilK jin of jrill.inl iit-mmi'd knlKhtai I live In olhrr. ulurioi! days. My fum-y sutj t, Kpl.-mli.l lir.,-!it."i; T r-c you tl.-iunt mv n.li.r. tln-re Wiu-re kni;hts are brave ami la.ii.-s f:0 I Wk Tvt'.liln your i'i rp, ilark eyos. Ami fancy cnrrlns mo nf.-ir, WtiTt pripuilly flontltiK M.in.lurds rlsa, And unili'fpati'J legions nro; with you to sweetly bid me daro, II dreum thut I am leader there." The lmly heaved a Ir1i or two, A nil H.ild: "How Hplenilnl It won!! (teem, Aii'l how 'twould pay us tioth If you Coulil act hh wt'll an you run dream!" Hi cehHeil to lintiblc then and thero Of gallant knltihta and ladles fnlr. An Incentive. "Now, my boy," ald the bead of the firm, "if you will attend strictly to your duties I wil...

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. — 20 June 1913

4- ' i. K gone to .sunuix-r. S'.viM't IVa Fair will be Ik M at liii-'Gin theatre Juno aini I. uavii Nohr.d, had hir-itu-Tuv.day of thi:'- we in Jackson, i , Mi:-s (Jravaito e.j I. manual!, i Ohio, is visiting her :vm 11 T. Henderson. 'Mrs. ! ! ! The ball game Sunday after noortbotween Capo and Juek.-'on, was won by Jackson. S to 1. The new handle factory is al most completed. The buildings are Jurgor than the old ones. Judge L. Donnermuller of Kelso, Scott Cmmty visited J. D. ATlen and family this week. E. I). Hays. J. Henry ers and lb M. Sawyer h. n-'ess in Whitewater this Caruth i:! busi wee!;. . Wilson Cramer is home from the State University at Columbia, when; he attended the ,'ii,'rieul- tural coi lege. The Boone boys, II. A. and C. T.. have came home from Columbia, having been students at the University. Frank Mines came home last week, lie nas u on auenumg s school at the University of Vir ginia, at Charlotfeville. Frank Mogler. of St. Louis, visited friends in this city last...

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. — 27 June 1913

i if ' 1 ( I fi 1 o IHE PECPLE'S PAPER "ALL TE NI.WS THAT'S tU TO PHINT" saascaiprica nzt, si.co a yeas. r 5va::;i Vol. XV Capo Girardeau, Missouri, Friday, June 27, !9!3 LOGAL Af2D GEEIEfiiiL I1'. Smjth lias returned from his trip to Sikeston. Miss Viola Hilt lias returned from her visit to Centralia, III. (1. K. Ctthill lias gone to St. Louis for a feW days on business. A. Spradling of Chicago, is in town visiting relatives in South Cape. Misses Jean and Mary Pur rough left Thursday for Charles ton, Mo. M, C. Neely's sister. Howard has gone to landing to visit his Miss Catherine Rief has left for Wenona, 111., where she will spend her vatation. Harvey Stein has gone to San Francisco, Cal., where he will make his future home. W. Stone of St. Louis, spent a few days here with his friends. He formerly resided here. Mrs. Frank Chappuis has returned from her two weeks visit with relatives at Crosstown. Sam Lail and family, of Jack son, are the guests of Robt. M. Cowan, Manager of the P...

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. — 27 June 1913

.yz County Herald I.. . 1 ,. , L .tw.t 1 Pl,; f'vi N WsrnV.j P?rsJ'i"3 tf frr-:f tyres in ,. ' i iih Metropolis. In the Brit- TV" ;i;e.fk'rt n':i:'i!fr Lonijnn 1 flip rt . i x(i !r.g ror.f ltloral!9 dffrcus n'.on. !?; far i Hole of Bibles ! 7 test of r ,rrc or tetbnrk of Ctri'tint.iiy in an g which Is so fr ,-!' M iy p':ri.i d a commercial nd rj'."r!s!;s:lc, there Is no greater ui;iii:y ti.&u J it ury . Ffuwue, tit Kill known putllhr to the Univer sity of Oxford. Tho fo universities cf Oxford anil Cambncig. together with the king's pr'::toig, alone hare the priviiir? of printing the Bibls la English, and, since Mr. Frowde's Incumbency of the pi;b!iMhcrhlp, the Oxford university press has publish ed om 25,W0,0M,009 copies cf tho (Scriptures. Mr. Frowde's Information noes to constat the view thut Christianity or. r:ore strictly speaking, the reading of thd Bible U declining. Bays an cx char.pc. Tho Oxford university press cow Bt !iB as average of 1,000,000 cop ies of the Bible a y...

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