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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 27 June 1913

I (M M hi. 1 - ' ..'V .. t j it wm Aim mm Karli day ho watched tho trnlns ro by; lln'il puimi behind his plow to K&zi:, And many a time he heaved a bIbIi And thought he wnslcd precious duya; Tho bri-i-jio blew sweetly from the sky. Ills Hooks and herds grazed on tha slopes, Hut, turning when the trains went past. Ilia rountennni'e wns overcast And envy blighted all his hopes. Ills children played among the trees, His fields were wide and rich and Kreen; A thousand things were there to please Iiy n hling beauty to the scene, I!ut, longing for the sight of seas And far-off mountplnH looming high, A dozen time a day he turned And In his boRom envy burned What time ho watched the trains so by, lie, looked across his acres wide And saw his billowy Held of wlipat. And heard the thundering trains uml Hitthed, Although the breeze was soft and Bweet. And many a weary one who spied Him slandlnK out there brown and ffrlm, Thought of hlB freedom from all care. Thought of his Independence th...

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. — 27 June 1913

01 H' s k r. n. o. Horfio, T..I; Pis.ft t at pot f':1- '. t Co of Mftail S. 1SV3. ' . I.-. U Tom English of this city is Sam rclerman wont to Cape yesterday on business. the Manning Morton and wife of Charleston are visiting in Jack son. : County Court will be in session next Monday, the last day of June. Mrs. David B. Seibert of St. Louis is visiting her sister Mrs. Eli Abernathy and other rela tives. Floy Davis wife of Cape Girardeau Davis Sunday. and children visited Pink Murray Jones and family of St. Louis spent several days visiting relatives here. Miss Alice Vinyard teacher at Caruthersville is home for the summer vacation. J. Henry Caruthers and family went to Perry ville, visiting rela tives last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Byron Merritt, of Quincy, 111., are visiting Mr. Dave James and family. Mrs. C. C. Wallace went to Fruitland Wednesday to visit her mother. Mrs. Mary Woods. J. C. Wallace who has been sick for some time, is improving and will soon be well again. Blucher Sperl...

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 July 1913

J ' ! r i 5 1 . sr." - w v . ... ' . ... . .:::'-; .. .i f .ri f . f !H FC?LE'S FAPti? "voT.'xv 'ALL Tin Ni.w.S THAT'S FIT Tf FPINT" p?.:zz, :i.id a yt a.;-', im ;v,'a Cape Girardeau, Missouri, Friday, July 4. 1913 No. 07 1 np''! r rn rf"rn-pj lain J hi o iJ LiJtaitiitMtiii&lt Miss Edna Siemens of Cordon vilje in here visiting. C. B. Miller of Neely's Land ing was in town yesterday. Arthur Carter wont to Chaffee Hi is morning to transact busi ness. C. II. Bishop of Jackson has been hero several days on busi ness, Mrs. C. N. Mosc.ley is enter taining Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Webb, of Parma. F. G. Eagle and wife of St. fx)uis are visiting their relatives in the Cape. Jean Ruff left yersterday for St. Louis where he will attend a summer school. C. II. Champion of Cairo. 'ill., was in town Wednesday calling on his friend.s. lva Fox received a ten days sentence in jail for jumping on a moving Frisco train. Tommy Hunt brought over a party of friends from Jackson last Sundv in his auto. Colo...

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 July 1913

. t "-v.;,:; 1 c: i G fr. n.-.i-j c '': 0s're Che Can Owner Til cnin-- ! i:..n h.-r'nii'Mi'-j t.-.o jo; !. i'.Ui-n to world (!k- rt-iuU of b'tr iYrehv into a romarkaM ,tJ outiroiy mv,T seli-fic, which h i. a yii r.)u bn ftiM-covr-red, a I'm la cor t''b','0Jont Bays. ba ca.a ta (pkk, 1,'tiiii jn (iH;(.ioa of it tons, whelhw a child now in th crdio i tTts$ to liiil ila father wUoa Jt Brows Tho Idea wa flrnl sungostod to bsr by tbo f-,Ury of Oedipus, famous piurl . who bora on hts foot the stigma ( tho Infamies which bo was to accomplish. That mad tha o-nmlesa ti5n 'a very hard, indeed, and ever (uc f.iiO !-i been busily engaged in l(!,pec.titK tho ioi'H of parricides with ti yioiv of discovering it a deflaite iyp exists. Tbo result of her work is embodied fa tho uioiji&Atous aanounccmrut which bha mu-da ft few flays ago: "He who is going to kill his father has a shorter big too than most other peo ple." Oaco her discovery was complete ithe lost no tlma la communicating It to tho p...

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 July 1913

' Tbi Klnd- "Thdt unrabhr' mm ! a chip of th Md bloe.lt." "A poker chip?" Cae In Point. "You French excel us In polite rfti." "Oh, no, mon.-ilour." protested th rrif,!;i gentleman, "I deny It." "That's JiiHt yoi.T politeness." His Chance. f.latomnn Hold on, thera yoiins fol It. A dolliir for (he cur! Ktude-Bold! Danger lit a Phrase. "lo you think (here in sue.h a thing as a yellow peril?" "Certainly," replied Senator Sorg buni; "'yellow peril' Is such a pictur esque and f.-iselnatlnc phrasi that a lot of people, will never let their winds rent unt'.l they have worked out some condition to fit It." ITCHING AND BURNING Iberia, Mo. "I was troubled with r.alp edema for about, five yeara and tried everything I heard of, but all ol no avail. The doctors told wa I would havo to havo rny bend shaved. lleliiff a woman, I baled the Idea of that. I wag told by a friend that the Cutlcura Remedies would do rrto Rood. This spring I purchased two boxes of Cutl cura Ointment and one cake of Cutl cu...

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 July 1913

i I i ; ? ; S 0 ! r. T. (iiri'il.viu 1 ! !a r vi iliog Tiu day. The Met ho. Society met at afternoon. Etover Mrs. Struji of M m.-'hi,--., Ter.r:., is visiting hor brother (kn y Sib ley here this week. August If. C.oyei t of Cape Girardeau, Jackson Sunday. Mrs. Mary Woods is reported very low. years of a;re. utO. lUfi v i.-.Iicd in i ilO ):: Mr. and Mrs. of Cape Girard'.v several days vis III, Dl'' tiiv.r ' their parents h ere. Albert Pre or PiVin;. two mnes south of the . city .young horses by dav last week. lost two itr;rhtnin line one nd bride left Tuesday for -their home in Memphis Tennessee, after a weeks visit with relatives. Mrs R. M. Sawyer returned Wednesday from an extended trip in California and Colo and is much 'imorovt l in lu rado, A good crowd utters itic lawn party given by the .Ladies of the Westminster Circle at the Presbyterian church kr-'t ,'1 loirs dav night. ' John Shavier, a colored living near Ap;'etoa -.vr;s a.i ed Satunlay upon an al'f; charging him with ste...

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 July 1913

! ;!r ii 11 If . h . " i a .'. ' i ' i i ,A - ' t -' t- . ', a 'V. .. ..... . ... JHS FtGPLE'S PAPIR "ALL T'ir. NfiWS THAT'S TIT TO rftWf" Cape Girardeau, Missouri, Friday, July II, 1913 No, 28 local tm cekeml Mrs. Mary Woods of Jackson vsia )i Cape visitor on the Fourth. Oscar Altman is in St. Louis visit in;.? his parents avid friend.s. V., Sehindler and wife, are homo from their visit in Cairo, 111. Mrs. J. F. Lawlor is entertain ing Mrs. ' Thompson, of Fort Worth. Texas. Mrs. Sallie Poterman of Jack son. Rpont last Sunday witli her friends hero. J. W. ("ope and Hay dray went, to Cairo. 111., to enjoy a few lai,s vacation. R. M. Cowan, wife and son, have returned from their trip in southern Illinois. Harry J. Wagner and R. C. Hough spent the Fourth in Cairo, 111., visiting friends. Leon Clippard of Jackson, brought a party of friends over to the Cape last Sunday. Mr. Dudy and Wife of Illmq are in the Cape, this week look ing for a location to open a res taurant. S. L. Jacobs 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. — 11 July 1913

J DEO SECTS- Of Flit! IT iMI01!AL " ' - ' .-.?(-: trr !s ci 'A- ' l'l '. H f ' 7- j V- ( ; t ' t , . :t Bt. j ':-: t-i e t"' "i n ri trrr t- ! r.;.r-y s:-r r----- J ' ...r. ' IVTa S '.?,! ! frj!:-e to r-t rj V, if-; (.'.- ft r rr."" i.Vo S9. T"tr--!;: is e m I'M.Jt at c-n' f fft'.."y J-..-D. r t !;. to raise r j .ft to the women J-b-I T.'Mi j; warding, .-' a. r- J'v! ii e, "IX. lisjcn i't;nrt to creak nl j Tbr b terrible- run for i . -.- luef beg'.n to cur V.'fcat tapj-n f.-a a gout eata o of t!.o u'J. nm-h-;a explosive golf tails? A fortar. cf m"'.'ion or no iit(i rr:3 z.i.x.i r.-swa. i: o-i-t to j t a?y to ci. Fy ft bc-BfWct law rf nature and trade tie watermelon ie cheapest nbftt !t Li bcet. In these !&ys w ren a box li more or la Indefinite, why cot ;U elrawber rif; by the pound? No ioabt the generous baseball fans er willing to give tbefr share of tte rains to tie farmers. ri-Ilade-iphla has sebocl for milk Eiea, but Lai to send Us mayor else where for an education. Tte fst...

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. — 11 July 1913

IV r.'ILK CrJSACC SAYL3 daees M p ! r" m y Vl j iwU'ii ilk hi:npy iiowland eots roonsi DE-SIM Whin father wns a mllliiiMiire Tho Bky wn HlwHyn blue; 1 wan a hero everywhere, -My cures were small and few. "VVlun father mused the hear to Kroiin And won In every duel. The whule world seemed to ho my own. And all my friends wero kal. Slnre father ha been miueeeud and mate To Klvo his winning back Tho social circle where I swayed Is closed to me, alack I Tho world that lined to seem so f:ilr Is dark and drear and cold; I cannot find them anywhere. The friends 1 had of old. The road I travel now Is rough. My cup is filled with gall; Oh, dad. mliy were you fool enoutth To try to get It all! Why She Couldn't Speak. "Now," said the lawyer who was conducting the cross examination, "will you please state bow and where you first met tbla man?" "I think," Bald the lady with the sharp nose, "that It was " "Never mind what you think," in terrupted the lawyer. "We want facta here. We don't care wha...

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 July 1913

,(h:y V tin c .j'ni .. is. V: t . -i ' v -- T o. n. .i )"'. i'; in st. . f.iKi.x ''' ' ! i .ex, Cumty C.i.;! : :.t l-u.-l'-.'-n ly County Trwiirr Kerstner hnd .h'.i. in (i-rdcn iii-:; Tu-'.iy. Jud vo Jc.n'ios r.iv, 't'i's 'inviu-T.cl-fa !;u;:ir.c."5 in the city Monday of this wet'k. Tht; old l't-11 in tho court house tower ia a;i;iin rinin out. the? tit hp of day. Emory Harris, ntorohant of Daisy, transacted business in .lackK'in Tuesday. Henry Gckel and family have o-onetoSt. L'niin when: tho-y will vjVlt For r.otr time. T.Iiss Mollio Ilraim of JacLson was in the Cape several days visiting her many friends. Lotus C. Hoffmeiater, now of Poplar EluiT, came up last, week to spend the fourth with home folks. . . Dr. Markel of Allenville, was a city visitor first of this week. John Chapman of that plfrte was also here. . Mr. Hurtze of St. Louis, was a city visitor Tuesday. He tells us he was a resident of Jackson fifty years ago. Fire in the Morris Packing plant at South Omaha, Ned., ca...

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 July 1913

('M fun.. Stl-jo! t i 1 I i I 1 , M : 1 i i i ; I -J t I t I- 1 i .. .. j ... a . v. n ,., IKE FESfLE'S "yW.L THC NI.VS THAT'S TIT TO FKJNT" mstRlttiM n'.Zt, J1.C3 A YEAS. !' trVA' 'l Vol. XV Cape Girardeau, Missouri, Friday, July IB. 191 No. 20 .on Ls in Cairo on Mis Nellie Krueger Perry (bounty on a visit. is in Arthur Carter has returned Irom bi visi? to Festus. Mrs. Sum IVtorman of Jackson was in the Cape yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. II. ITauser went to Flat River to visit relatives. W. A. Sullcnger of Denton was in the city this w eek on business. II. H. Payne of Fornfelt is the new night clerk at the Prescott Hotel. Wilson Crulner of Jackson was in the Cape Wednesday calling on his friends. Mrs. Bond and Mrs, McFadden of Charleston were in the city yesterday. Mrs. II. Ilaman, with her two daughters have gone to Arkan sas for a visit. The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Yow was buried Wednesday afternoon. Bohnsack's removal sale is fast clearing out his entire stock. His new ...

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 July 1913

1 7"t 1 C 'I r A."oc;i,Yn.;A .j an ft f; Choi ("8 l wifi ti)n ...l.i-.cot. f iU :f ;'l ' . nw a !,;: HI '.i n.-.'-r.-is r.il!?Viy U' th word : U 1 JTi.i-.jett." T bl I?.-? i.l O; ! .: it f!5. ctti-tlHf Of WbO r !'i5 wer ( rt. Ninth--..isr ifcIar nr la tf , church Slv1 the worl t: ,.nd IV! r My;' ri i ' ra Ij O '! t l.ricff tHH '.'itse t-DtV were b-r ua f,-ry.F.i.jrvr ;;', t'puriot; or OUfc'Mihy f trt'Jf k we ri(5 . ret tTwuCA. Thtsy k.vs tr-..i printed, therefore, as j-art ;( Sir -!y Fcnptuni in the gc-pluRRltit, !'! Vi:.itv !' mid nwst Roman Catholic t::hVe p to the rronut time. In tbe jfrf Tjc f ;r.i, Rcfortued and Englifib Tt.i li-s for pearly ttrea te-nturie after l.'jt'n'r's tu-'VKk with Rome they cr ivrtntct, and Ibey fc&ve own read In rct'-."R!it f!p!t dorir-g lb wm -.., 4. gu.fil ami rrtd for exudation r'i'v.h!;''! not authoritative la proof of 'i' k,U;nk doctrine. Homilies of tbe A.O-.-;5!U cburch fire e'iil full of citations trnra Ibo Apocrypha on an equal level wl'h i...

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 July 1913

'ssm Vt V.. O. BF.U.rcRS, rirwtor of V.vrrAn Iit fiitrlrant, The Moody Mtile Institute. Chicago.) LESSOR FOR JULY 20 CALLED TO ISRAEL. DELIVER I.TCSSON TEXf-Et. 8:1-11. Itcad the irtlrfl rhnpfer. UojuDUM TKXT "mael fire the pure n heart for they r;hall aee Clod." Matt. I6t eek wo learned thai Moses lad a vision vf a great need; In to lay' lesson there Is revealed to Moses the other halt of the lesson, !., One who could meet that need; Dne who could supply all that wi acting when Moses made his first lladvlsed attempt to free his kins ncfl. Bush and Vole. I. The Manner of Moaes' Call. Hia call camo la the midst of bla jibor a a shepherd. God does not nit a premium upon Idleness and bla .rente"- revelation came through two rcry common agendas, a bUBh and a rolce. There were probably many ther audi bushes on the back efao jf tho desert, but this one Is dlatln iifibed by tho presence of Jehovah. Moaea turned aside to see this "great light." Why was it not consumed? Secauso It was divine...

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. — 18 July 1913

1 i i t ii:1" ' ; . r.v J , i . v V v t i ' . u ! i f s . . .v,; ( '. v. t',,0 . i '.. f" ; : ('.; ' ' 'id. i'i. 'i .$1. i i f k'' "i ' r '; ;' : i; :'' ' '? :t' I Kid;-.-' K.: y. wan in l!;-- city Mrs. l.'ott'.e ivv-'hse is movinj to Fredeviektovvii. Mi:?s I a L : t of Fredi-rickU'wn is vising Mi;-s M.uy Dell Cald- w.n. A n:v,!o Lolo:vri::;T to Au;.vi::1 Ai luij't-i' wus k iiiV-il by 1 1 j.i 1 I m m .ur last Tuesday. The Methodist Ladies aid.jrnet with Mrs. Iiaura Parks last Fri day afternoon. Louis Kipping a prominent farmer of Tilsit had business in Jackson this week. Miss Byrd Iiuppel of Leemon visited Mr. and Mrs. John Daugher'this week. Steve Kirksey returned home from California, where he has spent the last few months. Late corn planted now, will probably make a fine lot of roasting ears late in the season. The Millerville Roller Mills were sold here Saturday, and bought by Fred Reinecke fo $500. Willard Allen of Illmo, visited his parents, here one day this week. Mr. Allen 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. — 25 July 1913

juif I' IT .-"'f: . . ;. . -1.7- V -is, ; j M J. s ' ! t nil i ! i ! ...... ' t II I 'J i i . ;.,., . I,.. '"I .'... ft-..'. . ..) i !HE PEOPLE'S PATER 'ALL THK NEWS THAT'S fU TO PK1MT' tmwmm price, $i.c3 a m( im snvr;:? Vol. XV Capo Girardeau. Missouri,' Friday July 25, 1913 No, 30 LOCAL MID GEI2ERAL His father's deputy, a western drama m, Hie Princess tonight. Fred Goyert, county ciork, was in the city yesterday on business. JohnJluebner of South Capo spent last Sunday in Ulmo visit ing friends. Thos. P.lue of South Cape en tertained friends from St. Louis, last Sunday. Bohnsack's removal tinuesto draw large I'.arjai ns are plentiful. -:a!o con crowds. The colored people will hold a picnic and barbecue at the new Fair (I rounds, Aug. 4th. Nick LaCroix, manager of the Iloyai Theatre, has returned from a t hree weeks trip to Hot Springs. Ralph Maker left yesterday for Vienna, 111., to visit relatives whom he has not seen for many years. Harry J. Wagner returned yes terday from his t...

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 July 1913

i'Ui it U t i Itki iU l k 1 r.-ir-f- h ".' i TT7 " V" t - ? 1 " ""r ri'! ' T ' I i , i n , t i i i ' "? ' t " r 'oot I i -v -" t. U I J - i . 'vi 0 U I - , i vr ' ! -: : i iJlXjua L ' C 1' 1 ' ' ' f (tie ' "j f brat V yt r. -, i r r a, I . .? f;.r- ' I j ; .t ; i.- ;.;'r-.vt l'-jr X "li. . ,-, "7 : y i- . j f ?:.-!?'- t ; , t, h..v:tifl? ra ".- ti::cN rcr; july 27. . f t c.r. : sanfy "r-ti la I'rr.t;. j j 1 I tr--'-''V TKVT-Pt 1-54. j ;.ri j.i y -j, XT -I. vr1 r 1 1- F J I 1.; J1-'.;. t rf J th rt j t' tr.r.'O ft t.jr So t ..? :f.l," c.-! f--r ji" .'. , k it v j -mu. j l:i Tt e..r.vj r Jn; a""t r.v.s.?i I S '. -in r.aa reve?., t a. 4? 4 It t rM .! I 3 B-j'.o'it. N. ft r.T t'cw ty.M -muna w.H'.'t.er S JlT i" t :ti?.fa to cur ..'.tcrs pttco. J V.' oa't Le!p It. On tirra of loess ftfetcg trtp t tiitt tte CsbcrtiiB R'-'9 ehajic to iUt t.'a wfctaitm grow. fjr ir wi'Jing to d tte!r titr A Ccrrriao doctor win fln"4 for caU fc45 ft t-.lTifjfn ftlrt A tanreL C&oiel xruflt nil terrible la...

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 July 1913

HKNnr HOWLAND Jllie Time I' X A, -4 ' ' ..' I. The little people g.innlp In the grime; Urn Iiniiir n'sIliriK bravely try thi-lr wlium; ( The worl I getting r i li with Krowtng thing, The breca.-a murmur w-.'lly wlu-re ting paaa; The Pride trim on li-r witalli before her plana; Again the liirk t hfavi-n's er.tnun-a The daring tala r! tuntMlnir o'Jt of The pliiln till ttik- the honor of her The hirnt tMir'n to (turrit) on tli h-.i, Th billy Kout with Kh-eful ar'lor lm:Ks; The pup Impatiently amtpa ut the IP-a. The arn'iHli-il hen leada forth Iut brood arel rlcka. Too proud of h-r achievement yt to eee 'J hut ! hue hut hi-d a family of duclie. II. Tie nviHtom tumble from the ky, The thriieh'e sweeteai notes ore being trilled; On country burn the circuses are) bllld. The babe la nnlctif J by the huckaters vi r ; From roller roaatera, rickety and high, low browed young men and mcrrjr maMa are spilled; An auto-racer, here and there, la killed. And pretty bathers keep their stockings The f...

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 July 1913

ja s v.J in i f'- UA v, ; $' C.r r -, .. ";ry .,':, in- 1 1 r i i:ave!trr:;t c V,: 1 f i The: .tj TS - Hi ;vy fco.ird of C?r Grjrty in the ;rt ru-m Thursday ar.i 4. 1 f 3 f 1 i I., I k t ., H' ? i' rem-. t 'n--r. 0. The editor of ths :ott Covn Kicker w:s In Jackson JV.-'n'. 'icr.v.v-.y I by fWctir. Louis 4 ?- j i:-,..;rk .,"., Iannis Srivdly y,, ar; j I red uoyctt. A?' si. Eei'.'yi, . This i is -romp.. 1 of Dennis Scivaliy, Lou;.? H.'r.x'k and Roy SUrver.son, they Ji.itvin Court s provided by Section' 4 of Senate Thl No. ATA fusion sets 1013. The object of this honrd is to arrange a ty?fem of .fM. ! ty J. traii, of :,. i.-.l I- in tr : water, s city. The cemetery ?.sodation held a rr.f-flng in the court . house, Attorneys Morgan and CalJ-well-from Marble Hill were in IJ. Wakher and fson of Fruit land, were in Jackson Tuesday transacting business. Ruddle M. McCombs and fam ily of St Louis are here visiting friends and relatives. c.v.r'.ing roads, which ct county scats of adjoining t ...

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. — 1 August 1913

ki rrnrti's pirrs Vol. XV "Alt Hit M.Wf- 7BAT S riT TO PM,r' Capo Girardeau, Missouri, Friday, August I, 1913 J. Wallace, of Oran, is in the city on Pu.-ine -s. ' Miss Norma Pcattie of Jackson i ;nCn,.:K- t 1 LA . J I t I It i V V V ,T J - ' V - ' - .7 Mis. J. A. Crc:-u from her visit in ( ;?.: returned Bo v. .1. F. Lawson lias returned from his visit to .St. Louis. A. 11. Zimmerman of Clarkton was it) tin; city visiting friens. Albert Spaldimr of Jackson, had business at I he Cape Tues day. Miss Baker has returned to Sikoston after her visit hero with a sister. E. F. Litterer of .St. Louis, is hrf visiting his parents for a ew i lays. W. K. Chandler of Marble Hill was in husices; 1 1 citv vstcrdav on ( 'liarli s was in the business. Seine). s of Jaekson Cape .vest ''iday mi Dr. .1. .M. I'billips has moved to the Capo practice here. after di-cidifig to (Jhas. Daues has returned to St. Ijuis after transacting busi ness here the past few days. Garrett Glenn has received his fail goods...

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. — 1 August 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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