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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 1 August 1913

H:".ai-Hi pfr.i-4r TS f,?at wt rn rs Lofc for Thl Tii( Mark )t th i,.ti ohm k.r! i ' TS utHr rrntrlrr for T. ?"- rr, AIie l-e Sal.', rrn rrT ...,! nfH. 4lte. ,'Jhe holy bond of matrimony oni'-tlmes merely indicate a merger. KittaWl atMrtkta- arm far ftM)4n Tongu-TId. "Money tulfca" "1 Knew, but my husband bti an liiiprdliut at If hi Income." 101 wsks Avn ions or ajp - 1 1 r OH- V 'I r , . K -t rHII HiMt d'lrM " I.. ' . '. . t, cp tti ri'ra A tin toina a, 4 lniarw ku(Uiliuiiiuiiilia. feu Mlsundsrrlood. "He married a woman with princi ple" "Yes and now ho live on the In terest." ECZEMA IN WATER BLISTERS 748 Oonrress Kt., Chicago, 111. "My eeiema broke jt-t like ilttlo water blister. Each one wa full of water and would Itch until 1 would cratch It open, then the water would run out and It would get sore. I first got tho eczema on tho back of the ban and 1 -cratched It hard I made It all acre. Then I j;ot It on my legs Just above th ankle and abovS the knen. "I used what they cull and I...

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. — 1 August 1913

v r ! i t . - I ; i 1 L., Caps County Herald (F;rR!.-t'y tin: j:ii:l-yun IIltuI.Ji i-: ii a r,i rcui.isiitM; iuxssw. II. ('. JIol'OIl, llitdf. Kritred us ti"coiiil cIbks mutter nt the i(,bl ot'iice at CaiJt? fiii'strdrau, M'. 'jurt.T the act of Man-)) :;, o s J Jnchcon IIcv3. t: i i a it i s z fj 1 1- z 4 Henry Mier i.s driving a new automobile. Squire Adams of Whitewater had business in the city Tuesday. Otto Willa of Whitewater had business in the city Wednesday. Hines Clipard of Laneford, Ark., cam in to visit home folks. Judge James II. Miller of Millerville, was in the city, Mon day.. Farm Adviser McWiliiams had business at Oak Itidge Wednes day. Judge II. W. Langei t of (ior donviile, was in the city Wodncs day. Will Urowning went to St. Iyuis last week m a business t)ij. ' J. M. Devore recently entered a plea of guilty to disturbing the peace of John Medley, and paid a fine. Dr. D. Ii Sawyer of Sikeston, was in the city one day visiting home folks. llarvey Jones of Fornfelt, ...

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. — 8 August 1913

.it.'r ti n Lt '. J 4 I ill i !, 3 ,j k..-.-t.-j:j r 4 I I -t - v. f ! ,i : ; n . 4 r . If,.. . ': .. .J li IMS PEOPLE'S PAPtR Vol. XV "Ai t TWC MVS THAT'S f IT 10 PKIT' .il-CfiFliCi $1X3 A YfA!?, lU ADYA'I Capo Girardeau, Missouri, Friday, Aurriint 0, lOlfi No. Hike Leal of Oak i Ijo wax in tin i ty thh v. ee k. Ralph Fakerhaa returned from a. two week visit in Vienna, III. John .J. Hunter of Morley was in tin city Wednesday on busi ness, Dix Walker of Oak Kidge was in tho city the first of the week on Lusinesa. J. St. Clair of HooneviHe, Ind., was the guest of J. II. St. in a few davs this week. Fx-Cour.ty Judge V. Ilirsch kft for the ijL.dc of Vv'ft;.li inton to vi.cit hU brother. O. S. Leekcy. has returned from Commerce where he has been visiting his mother. Joe I'ilbrey has returned from his trip to St. Louis whore he had heeii for several days. Senator Hunter of IJoiilon wan in the eitv Wednesday on his way home from St. I i i .. Aleck Drum of Oak Kidge and Fmra Harris of Dais...

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. — 8 August 1913

litMalAMlAL uJiiikiiiiiiiii Lesson U-y F O ft i l.t.fi:. I' .-rrt.,r t,( Iiiij 1 ,nr-m Mt 7bi M.vJy Int.; I - i. j W C ' ' "i r' cat i'i 0 la --to ensure complete euccet r. l take along a case of !i-jc.( r. (' i j-:rl cot.t .,) to fee ' A I it t'-n rt f ;r f.i.1 vr.tot-n ar ?.-;-;t !.,n l'fuV thn taut..!. Vi hr-r.eic r wr.men D.?l;o up tb-'r tf'i.vla to ar trruim r f),y will.. Tii !-ir wan who JruT'te 4 f i-fr'.0 I having bis "u;" ROW. I'.' yoti d.i your Chris' ma f V o r. , v. "a will Mcf,l some t,f t'.e riifiij li.!tr on. !.; Led wig of liavsila tail tired of tin morsfcr.atlc wife. H is ighf jr-two rd fur y. 0'.-i-s!r.!:lty you will n4 a food tit. (?a wt.o O i.su't lake ij;i3h I unrest T)' faf"M wsy of enjoying summer IM')'! Is to slay it borne and jead The way to avoid a split lnFr,lt!v U to nrlto It ti;o way you don't t'oiuk It ought to go. Tie shopgirl has ot.o advantage over tbo housewife, Kiie get a vaca tion, anjhow. Tbe cruel critic of tho new-fledged colkgi gra-Juato la se...

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. — 8 August 1913

too?: c:r acflct re found to is thitily veu-ejid. ! cuinn m n hi Mar.' a Difference. "Dura t !' mm'," Don't s'.oot. Ab:;er. I Ulnk the or.B with the eon tr fttto votes Is our Tabby." Wasli lnjr ton Iler.vM. I B Olil .i.f,, CHhr Rtti11 W .' rn 'j h n,ri fn tv.ait-r n how lor. a S'anlli. l. .ir.l l,y fn wonO-rful. old r I'm. is iir )''r ,.nu yf ! 'SL Vvlirv. tu in s4 bin' at the sain lin.. lc, Ivc, n to. Book Referred to the Wrong City. "How very peculiar!" exclaimed n lticir.il' r of the Sunflower t lub. "1 am to prepare a historical paper for the t?lrc.R, and fccoli-.g a book r, titled '.'to men,' In the library wblle calling on our minlHt.er' wife, I borrowed It, t it' n K I ii t It, would be just the tlitue to lilp mi out." '"VYfill?" "It Is fi!l about St. raiil. don't you know, the people of Romfl are cot mentioned," Kansas Clly Star. For Aching, Perspiring Feet use Tyree Antiseptic i'owdcr either prinkled into the shoe or used Id solution. Never fail t.j relieve. 23c. lit all dr...

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. — 8 August 1913

i ,.: : ; ; . w : , i ; . i.,- .: s it ,-ir- ':: '-; ( t; j y. 1.. . IPsroo. r !,t..r. i rH ,. ".'j 1,1. ', II 'I' V 'it !. ,' -i ''::,'- r.'i ttftu . M-. .!ii.'..r i :, t .f !,!.; -. H 17?. t . i ' ., , w ! ' s i; - T i fi . y A i -fc l- ' f' f - tj S- was in Ja k...;n thi.'i vr(-k. Onr.tahN? H 1 of Oak Rii!;Te ha.l l5a-iie:-.iin JaeK:-n Monday. I'ro! Ci'.irt v. il! h-e in i:cs tM'.yt "o- k in regular Au-.-ast t. rrn. Frank tJrant. .Tr., of 1 ). s J.'oiiK s, 'a i.H lionie isitin his .ar.';!'.ts. A oar of .w a t e r i n 1 o n s c a rn ti in Panu.-iy. This is the Hrst car of the scasnn. Quite a crowd was in attend ance at the session Monday of the County Court. Ben Gockel cv-fiherifT and for many years a citizen of this city was visiting here. An auto of Jackson people "are out on the road scattcrsii)? home comers literature. Our basehall club went to Chaffee Sunday and come out second best, score 7 to 4. Roma Sachse goes to Freder iektosvn to take a position- as head miller of a mil...

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. — 15 August 1913

IKE P15?U'S PAFIR "v'oiTxv 'ALL lUt HI W3 THAI S KT TO TRW v:zzzv.wiz,i fi:zu si.ca a ye?..", n a:y:i Capo Girardeau. Missouri. Friday, August 15, 1913 No. 33 LGOflL Alio GEuEQuL County Clerk Goyert was in the city Saturday on business. A. S. llAiwlmachcr of St. Iui upent. last Sunday with his folks here. I r arsk Ghappuis left Tuesday for Advance to do some carpen ter work. The lied Men's entertainment committee are arranging to Rive a boat excursion in the near future. Something new and novel is promised. J. li. Morrison and wife of Juc.lson are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sam .Jacobs. Henry Mueller of Jackson wa3 in the city Wednesday on his way home from St. Iui3. Albert Liddy, the poultryman from Oak Ridge, waj a business visiter in the Cape Thursday. E. A. Haines went to Tamora, 111., last week, returning Monday morning with his wife and f;on. Robert M. Cowan, manager of the Princess Theatre, went to St. Louis yesterday on business. P. It. Smith, claim agent for the Frisco, ret...

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. — 15 August 1913

Cap j County Ilcri'h! H'.i'J r,ili'"H'irg CO. C A P i,z C,i t A r. Ay, M!VOUl 4 r l u ir j I i LL 1 1 iiw. f j AM Cor e-f )c,;riiic"i I'Jmi Ew .- 4 in t.t PrreiM.!a of Tfcelf ri'fjir.mjs R i nt'. . '-." at the ;' T r!-i rscsr T'"-l ?;.'. Ttt. a Rvir l.vs be a pout '! for t't-o iafortrritl.on of tcndci foot ; )' tirk ,,f the, i"l! If;!'f J he iti-.iMce t Sn t!9 t .r;:i of a of q'ii-f,!o fttid . a'i- eft o!lt": Pirvt 'A hv ! a rno v-y irk ? A tfrf'k li a t Ti or twelve-n--n: sc. Id cr.'f licit repr'-ej or l-rand- 5 The o.r;r has ma bn sloe to F-id H during the rojf.dups. Honest ;.- irtr-n wiif brand u In trie brand of l a f-'iollT, tt;t ljr wl'l put bis o-n brand on It. heeood V.'fcat t a. riogey? A Jor,y Is a caif whose niolh r tad S;ivj throtith butiger or ccider.t; tho ea'f wait yowriij when the mother died fccd !s ?KienMy poor and scrawny. Jf such a calf is old enough lo lira It tf!i)"l!i to the m.n who ewr.s the jmege on h it Is found, Put sw!j-- 'l!tik tf;fTerent Third What is s...

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. — 15 August 1913

!. fw Tliii Tra Mark n turn Ik Lr,r tyl AHLYS iC'J'MASS V 2 Ta 4anro! Plr for Ton. (.. ... itrnni ao!4 a--rk v. !.! oirii, 'id. AM M. dixi.JW .. la ber, M. . 7 ha holy bonds of iiitrlraony sometime merely Indicate a merger. If ra Uil'l (Wnkl,- Brr for rU4ea Klar, uttw U (nana, Miim kiiiM r4aaa ao.la.HH a kMtiaA Tongue-Tlcd. , "Money talks." "I know, but my huaband tM aa Impediment !r his Income." r WitafcOiaft xi m or AfTB- 1 1'l u T VM -n-r! fwla'f limit nilBlhi-.u vp U.a Il'J.rn i r., onl au4 ,Maa ,ur flail, a4 cai:6ia. w Misunderstood. "He married a woman with princi ple" "V-iil now fco lives on the In (rent." ECZEMA IN WATER BLISTERS 74S Congress Kt, Chicago, III. "My eczema broke .ut like little water bllntrrs. Karh one was full of water and would Itch until I would scratch ft open, then the water would run out and It would get sore. I first got the eczema on tin ImM of the hun and 1 -crati hed It s hard I made It all sor. Then I got It on my legs Just above the in, VI o and ab...

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. — 15 August 1913

Cr. 1 1 v. 1,1 cl v, . 0:1 i C r; . : of , C!i th F:?nv ; others at' conimerci a: s and .end-: d th? rd (:.'- at I meet i! of WiU-n Sei' Ft. imis. M iftst week vis fi',p;!cv from . n I . 'lev ViS 1.) - 1 ing with fnt.ii- Trod Clip par J. ncconipanieu by Heine Mucher, mr.ue a uusi ness trip to St. I .::.! is the first of the week. ! John W: A. M living west of to to St. LouiS l't'0 operation pon'orr :-r, a : aimer taken ave i:n .v n T. I! Hood, pro?eeu:ing sttur- ney o f Perry. county,, v.' us in Jackson Wedr.jay of this week attending probate-court. Pov. C. P. Proving, formerly pastor of tie Prei,l.Xterian church, here, but now of Salome Springs, Ark., preached here Sur;day. The fanners club of was attended Saturday Appieton last by parties from Cape Girardeau and Jackson, w ho report a line meet ing. The manag comers are no to the already and a fine .n' assurred. jinorl fi.ii' Home ;:.-w feature attraction metil. I.-, n.c. The state mail tion will meet tide wee!:, and. erich, Mauri...

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. — 22 August 1913

ike fxcrirs r:n "AM. TS'I rU STOAT'S ItT TO msf s::::;rii:i p:::e, sura a tea, n i:y;.:.:i Vol. XV Capo Girardeau. Mhsourl FrJ; i!":r,t 22, 1913 No. 34 i i im Mrs. Sam Jacobs is on the tick list thin week. r of Oak Ridga was the city Saturday a visitor in and Sunday. O-scar Mason and James Mor rison of Jackson were in tha city Tuesday. William Wcssoll of Jackson was in this city Wednesday on his way to St. Louis. Dr. Walker and wife are ex pected home Thursday from a two weeks trip to Yellowstone Park, Wyoming. Mrs. Silas Lail went to St. Louis Wednesday to spend sever al weeks with relatives in St. Louis and Belleville, 111. Mrs. Silas Lail went to St. Louis Wednesday, to spend sev eral weeks with relatives in St. 1niis and Belleville, 111. The steamer Golden Fleece which was to have an excursion out of Cape to Commerce. and Fay ville Wednesday evening, did not make its appearance from some cause or other and a large crowd of young people were dis appointed. On opening the office d...

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. — 22 August 1913

"ft 1 1 , ! 1 t I';'? .fcr ti.a i:.fi;;5B .'-.,rl !?.f? vr:".T. Us was earn KtJjr 4 - A ... r . -, V. ., - ' - - - .... ....... tSe t.br "!1a cr EMfcu-.g tl-irt ft "bci-J .: K;fi." t!.o ts-1 L-:aUi-5t- u't ti;di;;(t l.'s entente r..ly ffcr tii .iiri,..f.o cf mUc preposition to be . fc-ousbt o" CUft-.r Iniig-stxn fully are-'sc, 3. "I uta buy, year Ison-or," he said i Ma arjru.'iat, "that tbt courts of tbla state will r.ot permit a act cf theft fc.fcfcn V.ik't very ty.". Tfcs court IcSftrruj-U-d. "TV-- c.'r.:ris t.f tils 'at." ecaoaacft t.ity l cort' ' jre far-J:t- t"?. r.'rTT Bi-t.:5t tlu'xtn is tta y tUe?t nil oi:ri cf ervry tort," etc, tVrttfc.-l, it.-r h!a part, a era titled tUe Ii.Kti'..utlo& of y.:t.'Jta,. and the yeecfe. -wf re & a,ltre to tbe i-uWfc'a ;!, tU5-d rOliU J-r?''-!)t tbfft BO IWkV t- bow r';t!u?'a, etc. So th case wound way to a. dreary e-rd. r.cUIou was t; ',-( J. Tb fouaael tsrnid to the cbatr J':;st t.!(i(l him to eai.bcr up t! hat aid o7rscoat Thy. had. ...

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. — 22 August 1913

f ; v : .1 Vi ,ii t f ' ii DISCOURAGE A SITTER Accessary to Keep Up Earning Capacity cf Mens. 6Iat Coop Not 6o Immediately Effec tive a Old Treatment of Placing Under Barrel, but They Don't Hurt Fowls. Just as long as the broody lion Is permitted to sit In the nest and keep herself warm she will persist In sit ting. So Ions; as her body la In a fate of considerable beat she" in cUncUvely lights to remain on the nest. It is nature trying to help th8 hen nrry out the purpose for which Bha was created. Thero are some weeks In the year when it seems to mo that every hen on the place la trying to sit Tur key, geene, chickens, ducks and guineas follow the same Instinctive Uries at about the same time, to the utter distraction of the poultry keep er and the great dropping oH In egg production. They simply must be "'broken up" or tne wholo profits of the poultry sheds will slump down to nothing through the broody summer months. I once shut the hens up In the dark est place I could find and ...

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. — 22 August 1913

.:: 't . ; ..:.: . ,... i "i i. ,.-. ri-.A'T !t-f :!-) i ( .. ; i :. i .t- r. it -f T T - i a & r -i - C-:r-73 hi Y v. r IIjII, w -;.hy. T .-. t. . U. M, Slaughter cf Fro'lrif.k. ton n, h;.d lArj'.n hi Ja;:k"on C'i" uny hi -1 V C-tk. ClhUm Gc-ycrt has a . force of men getting lights in order for Itamseomcrs festivities. Consialda Sciva'ly of Cape Gira-Joitu Township had busi ness in Jackson Tuesday. S. M. Rhodes and Miss Eflie Huckf.tep, of Whitewater were in Jackson on 3 day last week. Oliver Graf and wife returned from Pem-aeoh Florida, and is at his place in the Items office. Farm Adviser McWiiliams is busy these days; the demand for hi services, vaccinating hogs being very great. . A decorating firm of Philadel phia ha3 opened up for business, and will do a lot of decorating for homeeomers. The drinking fountain has been put hi just south of the court house, and is now a popu lar place for rnsny. Much grading is being done, and streets are being improved which will add much ...

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. — 29 August 1913

;i f? n jj f ! .J f- 1 ! t n:i Flit's PAn:n :r f Vol. XV Cnp Csir.'-.rdcau, F;Ii; :n .i; lay, August 29, 1913 Mo. cav:::;o:;s uwx NATIONAL All). Would Lift The Work Out Of I I OUUCS. Memphis, Ten n. Aiur. "f. That, a majority of the govern ors regard the flood problem of the lower Mississippi River as a national one worthy of distinct treatment, is indicated by a number of letters received by Jno. A. Fox, Secrctarv-Manaser of the Mississippi River Levee Association. Some? of these letters are from the Governors of states in no way effected by the Mississippi fiood3 and their ex pressions are encouraging to the people of the Mississippi Valley. Some weeks ago Mr. Fox wrote to the Governors of all the states regarding the subject and has received a number of encourag ing replies; among these are letters from the Governors of Georgia, Alabama, Colorado, Kentucky, Virginia, West Vir ginia. North Dakota and Michi gan. A communication from Gov ernor Farris of Michigan, a state not directl...

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. — 29 August 1913

J ':,.' i'-" T " : f) ' T I T h is i.f ,U h), u i 1(3 iii.ee niETTYi:Qi.,;i;;G chesses PA r. r A I T 1 V AKK "OfTD c 1. 1 C i 0 v.' 3 Cr.35e.HT IN SUMM5.R, H K i (rrita'Jng SVtn Trouble, prevalent in Bummer, such 99 hives, polr-on onk. chnf.njr, sunburn. (crnir.il, etc., arc ;ulcklj relieved ha Tyree's Antlseptlo Powder Is Wp(1 15c. at drupglnt or sample Bent fr by J. S. Tyroe, Washington, 1). C Adv. nil in hot H :o-. cti't sw i'-u, Rny !.h of i- Fvra Ijh.;,:ii tin ftiiirt' 5itt:st "nuii'ii.l (3ii.c. ." il n emends An rutin fr a man usually mean an inning for a r.ior. ;u',t.o. Fl- Mr-R must be Rood. Mighty few a of wonderful cnti.!ii"f. A woman's fnee Is her fortuw?, nays rxtl:anc. Y; and money talks. Tho woft popular currency bill la ei. a with a green back and a good f-g- Viaiius Bf,.i.ln f-liorts bibi-o ot activ ity. As a rule Buch signs ure unmts UJ.abla. Slill, they manngnd to piny ball be fore the word "jinx" entered the vo cabulary.' It does co good to ElOTIieter tO lb 8 Wall...

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. — 29 August 1913

L'u CAS: J- JllAJU'j R, K JiLjNRY lICftVLAND AT A MLW mm I llt'litiy Bli'piH'il r wn from the car Ami ItiKK'-il my u')ii l ut my nlilo; Vp wlier.i the R.i!a were jiunlied ajar I A rmild'-n wuitt.d, enger-cycd. I ftw her ulii'l Kltnre rest on me. Hit rhook nh.sumiHl a rosy huo; Oh, ehe wiih fnlr, Indeed, to -c, Aral psiat tin; KHluinttii liurrioil through. JItr Hps wrt pnrt-d In a umlle. My heart lMip il Kindly, an she nma Arrayod In pl.-nMnK, tasteful tie. And. lo! sh awuitly upoko my name. In fancy I can te her still. And heur her voice, ns then I heard; I'd never known before that "Will" Was BUih a soft, delicious word. I, w ondering, pot my nntchel down, ForKottliiK nil suve her alone; Her eyes worn blK and deep and brown. And there was music In her tone. "P ith all my sense.) In a whirl I tried to think to understand An. ncarlnj? uie, the lovely Rlrl Held out a flender little hand. "And you are fousln Will!" she Bald; Hut ere 1 had a chance to bpeak A man with wh Inkers. Just ah...

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. — 29 August 1913

21, 1012. I,.. Gi i ; i . .-. Cap (.irua:-. Mo. (..;. i 'r (.lover!., M,. Jack i" Kr'ivvn Mortgages oc.urity holders. 3i' and other !iv.; 1 per .amount of ocurit .ies: Girardeau. - (- i t in .u or oilier t ge, Cape mortgage.-! 1'. A. In" Mo. IIo! linn Kahioh. Ca;;e (iirar. A. J. Flonttfe, Cap; Girardeau, Mo. Chas. 'ievers. 'Jackson, .10. .R. F I.). No. 1. FRED COVERT lid .subscribed be fore me this 22nd day of August, 1013. (Seal) ' ;r v :j ? o r 'j- : Moss Wallace of Felix. Ala bama, has come to homecomers. State vs. Myrtle Lively was continued until next term of court. Chris Ivies of Philadelphia, Ohio, is home visiting family and friends. Chas. II. LaPierre, clerk for Loach in Jefferson City is home lor r.omecorners. . Attorney M. G. Cresham of Sik'eston, was by motion enrolled as a member of the bar. Earl Bowman is back borne, from fA. Louis where he has been in a hospital undergoing an operation. Chester V. McLard and Miss Minnie B. Sutton were married by Rev. Clarence Burton l...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 12 September 1913

USE PEOPLE'S PAPER "ALL TlaE NCS THAT'S FIT TO PKiMT" S'JSSCSIPTII FF.'.CE, $1X3 A f f 3. I WWiZl Vol. XV , Capo Girardeau. Missouri, Friday, September 12, 1913 No. 37 LOCAL MID GEKEB&L C. C. Oliver of Lecmon wa? in the city Wodneailay.cn business. lavtd A. (Jlenii. 1'ri siilftit II. Iio.lnr. V l--lt(NkU;lit J. F. Wood of Parni i was in the city Thursday on business. Mrs. Elmer Ramsey is visiting friends in Charleston this week. Bryan Jacobs made a business trip to Illinois the first of the week. Mrs. E. G, ing friends week. Gramling is visit in St, Louis this John Johnson, the Block buyer, made a business, trip to St. Louis this week. Neil Smith of Marble Hill was in the city Wednesday on business. Lewis and Dorgan Montgom ery of Morlcy were in the city Wednesday. L. II. Dunlap. of Centralis. 111., is in the city this week on busi- near;. Mr. Dynlai) purchased a barber shoi in . Mill Town and j j will be ready to serve his custom-i ers the bitter partV the week. j lie wiilmovo'...

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. — 12 September 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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