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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 12 September 1913

A Usual. "Who scored tho new musical cora. fly?" "Tlio critics, chiefly." Ti Turn Snrn nn1 TerxttT Irt. APflv tlir iiil,-rii, t,l! fi. Until Iirf. POII. TliR'fl AN-IISKITIO 11KALINU oil. Iba. Uncomplimentary Compouer. A young tenor, whoao mlHfortun It whs to bo hhJeoiiKly ufcly, waited on Chwiiblnl on diiy and nuked to bo al lowod to fclvd a wiktIukmi of hia vocal powers. Kor a wonder 111 application wuh mt-t by a sullty nod of uccjiiIch cenco. ilo KiHiR and twng miperbly There cam.i another nod, iiecompnnied by soinethlnij liko a snort of Hiitlnfac Hon. Then camo a pause, which after a minute or so was broken by the youthful artist nuking In faltering ac cent vbether ha might eventually hope for en fiiifiHgement at tho grand opera. "No!" thundered tho director. "Uut, M. Cherubltii " "No!" Tho dlu connolato artiKt was slowly departing when Cherubinl rose, took him by both arniH and loked him fully In thn fuco. "I am ttorry," ho h:iI1, "very Borry, but, mon chcr, do you think that 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. — 12 September 1913

!---,")M i 'I )' I' 111.': s. u . i nr.-Ti-il MS I .s usiior o nil!-. Ml, M 1S7-1 , pot S!a!?rr"rt of '-,; Ovt-nerO-'p ?.nd Hd.-- 'j men of iV. Or"? Co.iuV IJpra!.?, p.jMi-Sd one- a weeU Cspe G r a rdr i-',., r'iv.r f(i by iiie Aci ot 24. 1012. Caps". Editor, S. L. Girardeau, ido. Mamsgir.g Edit Cnpc Girardeau, Jacob:;. Capo Gir rubli-her. S. I :-r, 8. L. Jacobs, W, b. deau, M Jacobs, L. ("VH'O Gil ;il ut'i', Mo. Owner, Fred Goyeit, Jackson, Mo. Known MorlKaftcs, and other security holders, holding 1 per cent or more of total amount of ir.ort?.e?, or other securities: 1'. A. Knpce, Cape Girardeau, Mo. Herman Kabich, Cap Girar deau, Mo. A. J. FlenUrje, Cape Girardeau, Mo. Chas, Sievers, Jackson, Mo.. H. F. D. No. 1. FRED GOYERT Sworn to and subscribed be fore me. this 22nd day of August, 1913. (Seal) CLYDE VAN D1VORT. Notary Public. t :: I Jackson i1Lf ' Lowndes II. Davis, of .Hunts- villa Alabama, i; visiting m Jackson this week. Dr. J. II. Hall, of transacted business day last week...

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. — 19 September 1913

ins p::?irs fape V.' i. T ; r'T TO !V NT" Capo Gira? deau, !VH:.Gu.i, Friday, September 197l913 Uo. OB Jack Frost has beer, n a! in;; i close calls fur the past few nights. I Mrs. 5. C. Lail and family of Jackson spent a few days here attending the fair. 0. S. Reid Postmaer of Oak Ridge, found time to take a day off and visit the fair. J. J. Hunter and Early Bynum of Morley. Mo., attended the fair, last week. The "fake advertiser" was honest and didn't fell his birth right for a four wheel choo choo. T. J. Morgan, who has been visiting in this city for several days, left Sunday for sou there points. Mrs. Orley Drown ol Morehouse joins her husband, who h an employee of the C. G. N. ss night hostler and will make their future home here. A. II. Pendleton of East St. Louis was in the city thi week conducting the races for the fair. Mr. Pendleton has conducted the fair races here for the past four years. Jesse Crump and family of Denver, Colorado., after a months visit with relatives in ...

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. — 19 September 1913

i z.d. c.rr. . il Sy CIA? ;A J.I A C K ! . '. : ; :-.t $.:.-A . ) Vv j ''. 't '?" I'.'-.a I &.- iijH'Ui to J .t ;-v:-t Ii .7 w. '.!: J i-.'t ) 0-r a rift took eat Mr. H.i- i J:.";,-, wr.'.'ea fr--rn t'.e Wy- r.a to J:ien la tr Mm .' :. : ; t- r i'tr g fcc;. t:t jcu a.r jut a; sr.. fry "-r." .sir. ii;;6i :rd, "w.;i J --a 65.: e-,r.rj to r.s? .n-r yt-tir louf e. '.-'r-r rt l.i ti at .. ro- n and the cw s yoa lave XTtinrr.". a ye Be-t here In tfce p-o wsi ?r for jou, tud ws ni the iub '?. t-f f!r fMM ttere la CO .'v ;e r ia oar ifi.-i, acd your cotli- r' !s,rnt frtod a daughter isa'jf! fprtai you w'Jl Kfe St well i fcocu to resata Icre tat n?Tri r,:ri that rr. 3mmj ia cofjtJ?;f th r:a?s to your ctwiliij?: 4.j:J ! plar.n'.t ic-rU r.f food tin;f-s In JOHT honor ar,,l, :, he i jvnt Jimtoy.' ITctfa 8n-:i!ed tcmirriy. Of course tit osd'-rrf'.vd bat Mm. Hunutford a-"act ty that Jiust "ritf ace. JSamy war.UJ to n;arry Kriea bad'iy, bt tb r taJ. bcpo rnany thJcgs to ioter fer, acd IWfo 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. — 19 September 1913

cape coiiiTY iinr:ALi, CAn: cinAnnr.AU, m:o. r ft i v ( f LEci3UTic:; cf value ArilTuberculoale Wort-rrs Have Pea ton to Ee 8alire l Wiih Lavt F'aaeed In 1513. It MJ lUL. La J!al . I 0 0 i L I " " .... iBcanc Delicious - Nutritious Hump end ,uM k In ftnvor, iWowrli'jl cooked rlih cKmr, poiU. rrr4 t lJUy nntMng can fc mne rp. tiainj ttif;n, nor of fTaatar food Vdl.m. Fu np w'nH or without tostate sauce. An iceJUnl duh served lfit .hot r tolJ. ( IrutUt on Lilhft & L!Lby, r Writ M M H ai When your shoes wear out what do you do kick and go barefooted? No, you get new ones. If your land's play ed out, growling about it won't help. Look around and see where you can do better. Maybe you're just in a rut and don't know, it Some of the best land in this universe is along the lines of the racioc STANDARD ROAD OF THE WEST Idaho, Washington, Oregon, California, Colorado, Utah and Nevada. A good deal has been settled and there's a good deal to be settled yet. If you will write to R. A. Smith...

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. — 19 September 1913

' i V V. I ;. t - ) i : t 1 1 , IS;! . : f !;.c Ci'.c-c Cct'i (y J once, a verx i:-iit I.. Jacobs, Gw ( Editor, S. L. Jacobs, :VM, Wo. idannger. S. L. Jscc''..'?, Cape Girardeau, Mo. Publisher, S. L. Jacobs, Capo Girardcar, Ma. Owner, Fred Goycrt, Jackson, :i Lr-ovrn .idort gages, s iil other security holders, holding 1 per wnt or more of total amount of mortgages, or other securities: K A. Kago, Cape Girardeau, IT. i.i.0. Herman Rabich. C?.pe Girar- Ur.'itU, iO. A. J. Flentge, Cape Girardeau, Mo. Chas. Sievers, Jackson, Mo., K. t V. No. 1. FRED GOYF.RT Sworn to and subscribed be fore me this 22nd day of August, 1313. (Seal) CLYDE VANDIVORT. Notary Public. i Jaclisoa Hevs. E. O. Egg-iman of Dutchtown, is now a resident of Jackson. Emil' Pcnzel, law student at Ann Arbor, Mich., graduated, and is visiting home folks. Farm Advisor MeWilliams was in Farmington last week judging stock for the St. Francis County Fair. Frank Ilines has gone to Char 'lottsville, Va., re-entering the law dep...

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. — 26 September 1913

j t f i S 1 Ml I i 1 ", ; I II. ,' V ! - .... S',D,.J ,-5 ft.. .i ft.,. - 3S.;. r' , r - ' MI? f CPU'S PAPER "ALL TlilL NEWS THAT'S TIT TO PRINT" ;! m ;;?ii:s pksce, $t.ca a yeas in asvjs?::i Vol. XV Capo Girardeau. Missouri, Friday, September 2G, 1913 No. 39 1 r"", c-"-r"i - r i i ' Ps l.-.r i - An i:V, h - 1 i h 'i nn t ?(i i! I t-h;v ' ! in ft'.-4 . t. M f , f J This J L j Visit h oiv ; n i 1 i I i 1 1 i ! r t 1 . H I " j j j j I in I h i U Mi f I l! I;.; H 1 n f i i "3 t i i i nil v (i S! ',- ! 1 Li L.1 L J 1 ? i f t i I i LI 1. t J HI! i i r 1 r i UiiU l i i i ', l ; r j ; v, i .i ; i i i -i H t ' f I J 1 if L) r t ; 1 1 1 i Fcr This Visit Only The Duplex Optical Co., o St. Louis, wishes to announce ihzt their Spcciniist and his SGsisiant will be vA the Idan-1 Hotel one week commencing Monday, September 29 to Saturday, October 4ihs inclusive OTTT? OR-TFTT in making this ninark- s's at $1.00 a pair is simply to introduce these famous Duplex Lenses. Duplex Len ses have met with t...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 26 September 1913

C," ccuhiy ur.::.u r- T r h ri -r 17, I'D. fmrjt" i n t" f. it t? OHTH. r-4, In fit r f ro;.vr. 1! n-J i I ,J ' v S It r - '"; r (!::, sly the c g ..-..:( erfa-f 1ve ttK'i"! and cMte-di .t- J..5r !.."c t'.i l ; V. fp ft I'o-i-i.a r h tnMn. Jed's 'x'.'e wits At v;c '..!) a'ti'r at tbs ti- a ;. z-.r.t :. tart cut uiiia-. " S-.ttt ivg h.:.n"t r'.-t tb V'-r.sw -f a I .-? Kr:! ", w lyl and 5;w, .'.(fl far th ni n..-iti nve fif to!" J :! r.fcrr.: was t';;e jar! '', rnaa In v7.-e .":f.;-. fc.'.sl !l ir.sy ts tall is tic j f.TCirh tilt t'3 W' 1 .... "; . I ,vVr. CTVa w,- Vn,t f.-. Ta' f f '; r yr ar be t:vl irile br bel'e-ve :.ui l'e fc-ij t'T.s'jr.Tf ' ion, liver con y;t'.:., kidney trot!e arid tbr or fovir otb'T aiier.'.i that wou'.'l be .:t to carry M:n off if b hat'i'.fcd as ijr t sije. and fh bf.I'.creil Mm onoujTl r?m tt? l!"'' g fr to of ttinn. It t Trail a fxxir l:vi!:c. tj gL n)iS-J aB s.hi lroiitlcreij w'tat wo!d be left for t V'l,'n Jp! ra:!? home x'M-t fcls fl3y'i Josf fte J;d n...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 26 September 1913

CArn COUNTY HERALD. CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO. t V Vi ... v. i tl U t.i r-'V-- rji - t -7 1 I ' ! ' 1 j! '' ' ' ' ! i Is , ' I IFFICOT DRY HASH HOPPER iTJeglfld and Dimension lltustratftd ! Are Remit of Consldrbls Expert mntlng Entity Made, i , la reenonne to a query fr.r a dia gram and description of an itmido dry-umtib hopper a writer In the Rural New Yorker makes the following re- r?r: Tho accompanying diagram show an md view, or cross suction, of a ;lry feed horpsr dosiRiied to prevent the waste of food. The design snd dimensions are the result of consid erable experimenting, and the hoppers are very satisfactory, both for young 1 f 7 1 t ; Two feet '69 feet triat aid , n'xirKfies ttep. Dry Mash Hopper. chickens and older fowls. Tho ono shown will bold a bushel of feed and Is used In a colony bouso for growing chicks; for older fowls It should be several times as large, keeping the di mensions of the feed opening the same, however. One used In my hen house holds 200 pounds of feed 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. — 26 September 1913

i ' I " V. t a i i; L ITviii.!--. AT 1 1 ill Co ;s;rjcd in CM i'.ecc Grant'. . Practically every v boat jrrow r h.-?s cither u??d or thought ?d!n,t iidrs roue form of cor.v r.-.rrci"! fertiliser to increase the j u! L I'crt' larnvrs in this ..,.,(- J V,,. '. ) vtui . it i) t t) iiu i '. Invi j real experience in buying ar.d tiii'!? fa lilio.)'. Tolx-sin with, nearly all fertilizers contain three elements necessary to plant growth; they are nitrogen, phos phorus ar.d potash. . In fact these three elements u.b!e parts or re the only val real plant food contained in a fertilizer, and they are the most commonly lacking in farm soils. The first, nitrogen, causes a heavy growth of stalk and leaf and imparts the well known dark green color; the second, phosphorus, goes to the development of the seed or grain and hastens maturity; the third, potash, adds stiffness to the stalk or Ftraw. These are the func tions commonly given and while each clement is indispensable and does much more, gener...

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. — 3 October 1913

:t. ' 1 1 ' o I HE PECriC'3 PAPER '!. r. th:: m.'.'i t-:att. i it to rrs'v i?r:ci Fr.'cr, :i A Yfi1:' Capo. Girardeau, Missouri, Friday, Oc.iobcr 3, 1913 "Nor 10 EIGHTY PER CENT OF FIRES PREVENTABLE Oificb! Figures of life Texs State Itmnrance Board Based on 21,333 Fires State fire marshals, the fedora! authorities and lire; prevention experts generally have est invite 1 the proportion of fires due! to pre ventable causes at between 25 and 30 per cent of the total num ber of fires. Tho Tc::r.s :-tste in surance board, an official body, holds that practically 80 per cent of the fires are preventable by the exercise of reasonable care and protection, individual and) municipial. These figures of the Texas boa U A. -. -I- fill-nlt-H-f I nrY liim II UlC VIIC IIi'lOL imu:i ujii ii;, ut:i.u.i.-K ,1 they cover every fire reported to it by the local authorities under, theprovision of the state la.v , since UeceniDer l, iuio, now io-i talinj? 24.3SS. This is the larirest mass of official data...

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. — 3 October 1913

coumt: HERALD, CA1T. Grr.'ATv.D'EAU, MO. SHOULD OE FLAVORED BflimTIONM .1 Ci "1 ADDITION TO EG'JN O Q 3 IN E E.D NOT CE OF INTOXICANTS. C - X t ' V IM S ,' - . 'it 81 0 ? 'JLvJwJ ' J a I ' (Try 15. O. SilL.T.Er.,1, Mtwlor of Fvn!nif l'lpcnrtiiifnt. The iilble Imitltuto, Chicago.) f I ,' - 1 , f ,y L' We OTio wouldn't undertake to own a pretty boudior cap and gown when both can b rrde for about two dol lars and a 'half expenditure? Since jnanufacturers of lace have said goed ty to the old hand-made patterns and have turned tho'.r attention to the original designs that caa be made by machinery, we bae a new order of the filmiest and most exquisite laces that coct hardly wore than fine, plain cotton fabrics. Thla adaptation of tle Bign to mechanical workmanship baa done wonders In putting pretty things within the reach of ven 'woman. These laces are woven in wide flounc ing as well as narrow edgings and can ba used like any other thin mate rial. They have made a tremendous advance In 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. — 3 October 1913

CAPE COUNTY HERALD, CAPE GlKAr.DEAU, MO. RhciinrAicni Is Tor lure Mnny pains that jvn-9 na rhe mnntism nrs dun to wrak kidneys to tha failure of the tivinuys to drive tiff ntio acid thoroughly. When you suffer achy, bad Joints, bark ncba too, dizrinrm grid anuie urinary disturbance, gt't Dosn's Kiilnnv fills, tho remedy that Is rccommf tided ly over 150,000 people ift many ditferent lands. Doau'i Kidney fills help wsalt kid ney to drive out the uric acid which is tho cause of backache, rheumatism iid lumbago. Here's proof. AS INDIAN CASE M. C. Walk or. ft Grand A onnflisvltl., ind., y.i or ta y' I hi rm-.-ulr rht-umetimn. I wss laid up to movs limb. Flif.rs sad Mt applications (Ml.A. Tha flrt box at I'nnn's K I a n J l'liis halp.d ma And two mot tvoxfa parmsaaal lr ouiod una." Cot Doan's at Ar Star. 80 Po KIDNKT PILLS FOSTEH-M1UJURN CO, BUFFALO. N. Y. BOAT'S UJM1 ' YTl -.-r jl mil IIENRT HOWLAND liHlflflnaiaiiiii,MirBMlriii 1 ron." t iwaWfflfawiatrWfWMWW wsj I. Japanese Courtesy. 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. — 3 October 1913

-!. . , f ; i) ,- A J, '. i ;:!!!!. '.!.), (''i.,i '; t'. (.;'. ; 'mt. or rcT.Uivr for a :-stoai:'JUt!rr cf 1 1 fvi c returning l.r;-.. . .1 if : 1,1 I- .. f,v : ";'.i 0 ; ... i : '. C.-. Y. VM'xt aod fla'o II. to of L'-:ii:. IV. W. J. MiiW this city who lias been in .Tack ier vcrks on h went with thorn. The parties who were in the sutorr.wii" wrtrk jnm ilay? aero, near Williams Creek, on the gravel road, are improving. Dale Urownins of this city, justly feels proud of the fact that his Berkshire Boar "Sym boleer" was adjudged by the American Berkshire Breeders Congress to be the heat and most perfect Berkshire in Amer ica. Since the above decision Mr. Browing has been offered O'lOOO for his hog; which he re fused. The meeting at which this prize was awarded was held at Louisville, Ky. County Court was in session Monday of this week. ' The meeting was for the purpose of granting license to saloon'at Ap pleton, which was done, there being no contest. Gussie Siemers, has gone to Maide...

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. — 10 October 1913

! Pr-) ,vpH It's, t t 13 i J ft. ., : 6' . a "',..:.- J IHE PEOPLE'S PAPER '! . 1 -.L NT '.'." T Fn::r, j.i.c3 a Yi a-:. i,j a: , Vol. XV Cape Girardnau, MiGnouri, Friday, October 10, I9U No. ST. LOUIS GETS ALASKA SEAL CATCH Decision by Secretary RedfieU World's Fur Center Now Moves to America The United States Government through Secretary of Commerce Redfield has just made a decision that will make St. Ir.uis the fur center of the world. That is, to change the sale of all the Govcrtment catch of teal skins, foxes and other Alaska furs, from London to St. Louis. Thin is the first time in history that the American peal catch has been marketed through American channels, and the action of Sec retary William C. Red field is regarded by the commercial organizations anil bureaus of commerce with great favor; par ticular as being significant of the activity ofthe Wilson admin stration in paying close attention to all manufacturing and trade interests. The United States thus will dispose of...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 10 October 1913

W"'" v-.-gVttTMy . , ,l.m. ..HI, UP HW WU WHII 'I llIWWITarXW3.'WaWW WJlMIHHBWiy ww . h. i. - ... ... , f , (,...,.... w - ! c-if-Jif v!-r S-5f tUU4 Taet, I. T'cni r W Nt t Ifforw. ' r!vt. Pr ?.,; T'-' il $ " '-'"t f !' "tm "int.'?;. 7 , VTT-pv 5 ;P-tn nt t C!rtrJ. r .at. ; ! f .J !.!' f.r,1 -V U i ! '.v i '.''' it-!-- f H ; t : I ! ;r. af : r .i 's s.'.r: i t w a J. c ' 1 ;IA j 1 ' -..i.--i..i . ;u-.:-;oil tit : ed .it: i t:ij t.t'i r.t i? r.:. i ad bro. ' i-unit tu a i aaacr.;.!- s''" t f"'. ::T,ie, !! n".- ,t.i fis tit. Tii; .tr,:rcr i-t u i T5 i.".!:ua r'Ktltrri.iJS'W "fSaS urt of ;( tv.-t f..x-i Ccx wijl.f twenty U hf si"r . b'-a'i aii S -la't wuof. cnn, aiita ca:a aIoii seCV.-.i wla.i--r---V.:ji- Srai dn'.Bic wa S t-J;. a-iil .:r!'.ntr wHiia ll esus "Oni C.." ill aainisri aa 'a tt'ii'ir a'i':it. ciiT -.- fir:?.! " :..'..-. .7 ti.it wi'-..?r !r.aki m f..7a.; fli.ri ti &59w aait bo-lwt t e- Ji-'-n wirA a t.irr tor ei-Asg- T p : -ji.rr..-rc rJiuaT ti3Ar. i?;y i-,u,rtrtil fi a...

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. — 10 October 1913

CAPE COUNTY HERALD, CAFE GIRARDEAU, RIO. I I.. 4 J liewatvte they are a good honest med ians that cannot help but heal kid ney and bladder ailments and urinary irregularities, if they nro once taken into tha system. Try them now for positive and remanent help. i A ., k r i, ; i KAItt UALSAft 1 totl.f l-.rrtnn ttt fr ' ktiil f iffl I I ,- l,.t. You Can Ouy I iiO Li CGI uliii In Southern Idaho Tor S50.GO an Acre ood Soil Fines Climate Crops Never Fail PKTwmally adtptd to the rsUInu of alfalfa, crrnitiv, r.otat(m and trult. Ideal tor dairy ing uil uux-k raUlug, On mala Una Oregon Ehort t.lna Rallnmd. Lands surround Rlotifluld, Dietrich, Bho ehone and Ownllng In Lluooln and (jondlng Countlne. at.Oi'O aero oprn to entry. TflK PFHT WATKK KlUilT IN TUB WKfiT AND TERMS OV FAYMF.NT ARE Tl! R SA8IK.ST OKl'E'REfl BIT ANY IlUil GATION COMPANY. Let us tell you mors. Yonr letter will kavo iuiilTldual attention. Address Idaho Irrigation Co., Ltd. Richfield Idaho 200 Good Farms CVntral Wfitm Minnot...

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. — 10 October 1913

i th , t'i 0 i 1 ; so a yuis. a tr: i to Si I'. Wi! is ol r ru ilia ma it in 2 arrangeme to Jackson soon. to move 'ever and wife, nied,- recently. !:ae They were u voreed a short time o";.t, Ill'Vier Millor has sohl one ) to his partner Herman Ooennilier. Farmers clubs are beinrc org;ani.ed and a campaign of act ivity will bo pursued during the winter ino.nins. Charles Fennimore, after a viat of several weeks here with relative?., has returned home, to Evansville, Indiana. Mrs. Sae'i3 who moved from h' ;e a i'c.u'month3 a,c;o, to Fred ricktown, came back last Sat urday to visit friends and relat ives. Mrs. N. M. Davis and her son Charlie of. Fruitland, returned home Monday from Springfield Mo., where they have been, visi tin,T Mrs. Lulu Tempi eton, for merly Mia.-? Davis. Bessie, daughter of B. F. and Emma Lusk, died at Zwolle La., on Friday Sept -' of congestion. She was next to the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lusk, and was eighteen years of age. She was born here and lived w...

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. — 17 October 1913

r i t 'i h . .-j Cv ;i . e i- n. 'is UiE Fi.C?lE'S P4FF.S Vol. XV "fli.L iti:: iw 1 ha r'!( nr t. cifif: r- Capo Girardeau. Missouri. Friday, October 17, IDICi " No.' 42 Kissouiirs racn CROi'-iiOW I1AN0LO) Ozark limit Growers" As.sac.ia i'un Increased Loading Sla taons 14 in Qn Ye ar Tho larger part of the fine poach crop of southern Missoori va handled., this year, by th O.'.ark Fruit Grow er.,'a - -social ion. Thin company is the largo-t of its kind in -the Unite.! Stated. It is second as a fruit shipping association only to tho Oak fornia Fruit Growers' exchange. It handles about two-thirds of tho peaches and strawberries jrrown in !ho O'-iarU .-e. tioa. Its head quarters is at Mcmett for tho stnnvberi ies, and an office was maintained at Springfield this year for tho poach .shipments. This association handled the fruit from 20 loading stations in 1912 and this number luu been increased to 4: for this year. The company was organised in 1001 more efficiently to market tho frui why...

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. — 17 October 1913

li cm-:: cn?nr.;::AU. - f ; ' . T t i - l V. , " l.Jt Uil Jl "f are fosr r, .! of clr, m1 a tba prevailing- styles, ."hica ara Jtrsiscrsa enough to be valued peas totems In any wjciaa'a stock of dreea &cc!oria. Yet the materials of tw5?!ch they are made cost hsit to jrvotilng. fitly cents or ls is about amount which will buy thread and E-Tsii for the handmade piecM. It jwJU certainly buy enough of the all lever shade w laca to make the at ffcractlve collar and Jabot, and cover pit expens of the tiny buttons of t-Uci aatin used aa a finishing tocch u ti:a pretty collar at the right of the lc.nre. Hand -work, tastefully and well tfeme, meana elegance in dresa acces torlea. The crocheted collar 1b made of three separata pieces Jolnt-d to father. Tfc?y are an Irish lace pat tern and cot at all difficult to make. There- la an Insertion-an Inch and a fcalf or a little lc-sa la -width aad from 13 to 15 Inches long, depending upon the e!re of tbe seek to be fitted. T wo widsr Btrtiis of...

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