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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 17 October 1913

CAn: county iij:rald, capc girakdeau, no. ucmtkikq from Foa bans Cptln of Pacific Coast fkhoonet Tell of Strang Bombardment of HI Veesel. , Cnpt A. Sunderberft of tha strarx schooner Wasp, which plloa between BratUa and California porta, reports a strange xpTtcnoe at eia on August 7. In a report made to the Hydro graphic ofllce Captain Sunderberg says tliat at 10 p. ia whun six miles east by south of Point Conception, bis vessel ran iuto a thick fcg bauk which buns cIobo to the water. Without the fog rlHlng tn tr.e leaBt, a violent elnctric storm broke out, and for one hour and 14 minutes tha blan ket of hoavy nitst was plorced contin ually by discharges of atmospheric ek-ctrlcity and vivid flashes of annular tlgzag and forked lightning. At 12:15 a. m., August 8, the steel foremast of the Wasp became charged with elec tricity from the top down to the spring stay. Captain Sunderberg says this was not tbo usual display of St. Elmo fire, as the mast gave out loud reports as If from a p...

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. — 17 October 1913

I' 1 II : I : r i t.!.r " ' (il lil'il".! II, S ,.!., arr. u '" I I ls"j ! M. ;. Lal'irrrt. ava-r US.' V.'I nil ,.ur ,. II. G'r'-ib- ralary . Fi'' 1 Goyerf, clerk fees. o..w. V J. II. C. Kerstnor, salary Co. treasure r V.-YI. 00 ih.mers. hoi i If Circuit t'OUS t P',l.:oj .' j Pro o 1.70 , i' roa I... lues oc t,v,-. I The iters!. 1 . . . . 4.r,0 Remington Typewriter Co. 1(5. 15 Tl. K. Vv il--'n, eeal. . . . Louis Pur ford. Pell Telephone Co..... VoKe'sanp;er Ilehv. Co. . 121.19 1 . 5.00i 1(5. 00 2.50 4.10 1.10 2.50 8.25 40.64 Louis Woiter G. E. Pcatfie The Republican City of Jackson ....... II. L. UofTmeister G. W. Vinyard... 14.00 City of Cape Girardeau boarding prisoners 8.50 Sleek & Daley 1.10 Wm. Wesaell 28.60 W. A. Summers, boarding nrionpra dIA Jifl lly Springer road work. . .109.50 J. W. Cargle. 150.00 W. D. Putlof, road district No. 1.... .75.00; A. A. Sides, road district No. 2 100.00 E. A. Bed well, road district No. 4 150.00 J. J. Welker, road district No. 9... . 100. ...

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. — 24 October 1913

if;" ft ' li i i, "ci ' i " KH..J II 'is. t 1 ! i ft f ... . t.,.Wf'.4 , c 1 HE PCCPLE'S PAPER ALL TH"; Nf U'S THAT'S TIT TO PRINT" suascnspTiC-j price, si.ca a rrn, i kvir.zi Vol. XV Capo Girardeau, Missouri, Friday, October 24, 1913 No. 43 (. '3 I. l -T THE COUNTRY MERCHANT AND HIS BIG COMPETITOR Amazing Figures Compiled by Sta tistician Reveal Striking Devel opments in Commercial Dae I New York. Oct. 23.- -That the mail order houses are doing an nually 20 per cent, of the aggre gate business of all tho country stores of the United States,-is one feature of a striking report recently submitted to the Amer ican. Fair Trade League by its Research Bureau. According to this report the country stores do a total yearly business of about S2. 500, 000, 000, while the busi ness of the mail order h.is is estimated at 500,000,000. In a careful analysis of the causes leading to the state of American trade conditions, it is pointed I out that the small town is losing ground everywhere, more es...

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. — 24 October 1913

CAFE COUNTY HERALD. CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO. PVti f.v.:'-.s! ",'.,-,. l-.i'B t.l trp.w.i'u" ,;.,! ir. '.bo Miv-f-rs!" I i:t fit t!. (".("ioro, but t . li.tiKs-l Sr.Vn TTr.l.ii. - it h'& s'tro !t?r fco'ol. Tlifra two f''r',y or f;C',y ir ' In r?.Mng wha the shouts and .;':' rf r your.g nnri wbo bad 5ii-n t'-o vcr.turctiome suddenly t tin'ted attention. Of Hi "c-.n in V.it volr nnt morn t:-nn hli could fti. Of th !!f fj-.ftt :. !,1J eveiy one Iw pltatod. There f n,nr p.-? it In ri-oJilr.s to rt'ocue ' r. t':-.'n r"-'"?? tr.o t-yrn'ttar building. A 'tfrowtilng man siitrpio you. Ha f .U ycit. He pulls jfrt flown. And, too, the alarm al ways cjifid bo suddfio'-y that 1U na ture !s cot comprehended for a mo pwrrrt. The lookers-on -were ecrt-amlng houtiug, but no one In the water go tng to the rescue. Then a girl who 'tad Just d.'inned her bathing ult came arsrujlcg along the bench' and plunged 1a end ifatn for the sinking man. ;he vent through the water like a jpoww boat and the watcher ca...

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. — 24 October 1913

CAPE COUNTY HERALD, CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO. MAKES IIAIID WORK llAUUER A bd back makes a dart work twice a bard. Hackacha usualif eorues from we.ik kidney, and if headache dull ness cr urinary disorders ars added, don't wait Ret hfilp before tha kidney iinmae tnls a fciiy before drorwy.gia vl or Rright'a dwnun ants in. Ikn't Kidney Pills bavo brought new life and new strength to thons&nds of working men and wonwn. Lined uJ. recom mended tha world AM CJJNOIS CA.1Z mui:4 hnrfib(-'k rid Inft And th cndgtunt H'dnnva. I tiad r. a r,lle thacri.j n4 1 A 1 a ortn laltl up tor mnntha I couldn't turn in bd without (Wp. I int fVath. Ihrfrft dfM'tort trat4 me, but J Jut won. Finally; took loftn' KM ny PDia and Hve box rs cur4 ni. 1 bv tinrrt njoyd Ct Down's t An Star. 60e FW D O AN' S VinJLV FOSTER MILBURN CO, BUFFAJ.O. ft Y. Ita Way. "I hear there la a new comet com- lug." "Yes, and ou a special train." Made Him Short Tempered. "Pothering mo again Hbout that bill. Say, didn't I toll you three w...

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. — 24 October 1913

. :;; '; ".f s v. i ...... a 5,3 .,.. if'A (V:,; hv:wn h: art ".m ;.!. !.'....-l Wird of OaruiliVi'A-i vill.?. i. vL-iUntr hor I'arei.lH Dr. j Jim .I'lVA.-ivl. t'.i;-is!:;!iio, had j l.nc::iM ia A'l.-nvill Monday of i!".t v,c( k. J Born, a son to Maurice Short and wife, iivinrr one mile north of (hi? city. .7,hn L. Drennen of AllenviHe, was in Jackson. Monday on busi ness. Wili Ilobbs has moved to town, into the property recently pur chased irom Alvin Kniebert. ' John Eaton has gone to Donne Terre, and other towns nearby in the lead belt on business. Mr. Scofield of Charleston, kr,s moved here and has a posi tion in the handle factory. We hear that the citizens of TCurfon ville, are making ar rangements to organize a bank. W. C. C Pierre,' came in from the lower counties, where he has been buying timber for the handle "factory. Fishing parties have for the last week, been going from here to Whitewater, and most of them report jrood fishing. Troop No. 1 Jackson boy scouts played a 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. — 31 October 1913

Jlr f...ti "1 V "'1 1 j 1 7 V M :i !; , i 1 s i, i t I t a h ' ' A ' ' 1 fc 1 . J ... . m fccple's paper ALL THE NEWS THAT'S FIT TO rtUHr C'j;::n;?T:c;j rnicz, si.n a yeas, n . Vol. XV Capo Girardeau, Missouri, Friday, October 31, 1913 No. SSISSIItI RIY LEVEE ASSOCIATION CSuU Vonien fcir.ardern Arkansas Jo He?? Secwre Levies From ! . - ; Cairo Jo Gulf Memphis, Tenn.-iMudern woman, the. "Fifth Eatato", if such there be. has been enlisted in another of the country's great problems. The club-women of Eastern Arkansas are going to help the Mississippi River Levee Association eeure a com lctcd system of Levees from Cario to the Gulf of Mexico. Their assistance was .secured last Tuesday, when John. A Fox, Secretary-Manager of the Miss issippi River Levee Association, spoke to the Forrest City Dist rict of the Arkansas Federation, assembled at Osceola. Mr. Fox found the Arkansas woman keenly alive to the seriousness of the work he leads. Ready to lend their powerful support to any project ...

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. — 31 October 1913

COUNTY IV ald. cat:: c:r CAtf. rlO. ) r 7 VERTTHrsra s triirKied with fur 4 and already furrier are isoXJcg kj ta whit arc called "refinery furs" lir.ftaUoas cf m&n'.z, ermine, skunk, wrpard. nokai.ia. tain and sealskin. Tbre furs are used la banJs and are ttaed for trimming muff, turbans, Bckp;ece8 and dre-sara. Tbey border sown at the beta. a.cd sleeves at the wriit Occasional! a high-necked Llou tiioo-a a narrow band of fur tr. frying 'tie throat But It is la nlHinery and muffs which are made cf velet or ether fabrics) that fur banis appear as aa Indjitper-slble part of the composition. Bound. dose-f.tt.ing turbans. Oriental turbaoa, email hats, a few of tbe larg er ones that are beginning to emerge from tfct-tr eclipse, are all taking to themafelvea the luxury and suggestion of warmth and comfort which la lent them by tbe far band. MU'iaery furs are called by the names of the fur they Imitate, aa "aealfkin," "fox." "martin," "mole," leopard," "ermine." It Is more than likely...

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. — 31 October 1913

t CAPE COUNTY HERALD. CAI'E GIRARDEAU, MO. UwBKffi IlfiNW I IOWLAND PoBtiaansBoy , ,JttC. ALMOST EQUAL 70 CHICKEN ; 1 1 'ill I f :-,J The papera acoM my pa; they nay Bad thlnKa about him every day. And often ma begins to cry W hen aha look a at the paper than X kind of set to wtshln' I I Could lick a few newspaper men. Pa doesn't care; he aaya no man That trie to do the beat ho can To get ahead and help along Haa any right to think they'll not Hurrah about It when he'a wrong Or prod him In hia aoreat apoU 7 don't blame ma for feelln' aad Because they aay my pa la bad; He'a alwaya good to her and me. And when her eyes were wet, one day, 1I kissed ua both und said that he Had Joya they couldn't take away. One time they had hla picture ao He looked like old N'lrk down below I wish the papers all would please Just print nice things about my pa To make him always glad, for he's The dearest pa I ever sa. MERE OPINION. People who go to watering places generally get soaked. The boy who Inhe...

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. — 31 October 1913

r,. .1 f. ((r at ". is: M ;;nrT. and CLOVE!! CONTESTS Ours is O.-.ly Ccurty ia Ciate Oi-i'-r',?-i Cftsh Prnr.iures lor Pro duction cJ Crops Cape Girardeau County enjoys iIia ilis in. t ion of being the only County in the State of Missouri, and in the United States as far as the writer is aware, of offer ir.g substantial cash premiums for the production of the princi pal crops. This is made possible by private contributions and not by Government, State or County aid. The money ha3 been sus cribed by local enterprises. The C. G. N. Railway and the Cape County Milling Co., being the princibal contributors. This has made it possible to provide each Farm Club with $100 to be given as prizes on the best one and five acres yields of wheat, corn and clover. The whole pro ceeding is goverened by a sim ple set of rules which leaves the whole matter almost entirely in the hands of the Clubs them selves. It has been deemed best by the contributors and by ethers interested to place all rewards o...

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. — 7 November 1913

, 1 41 1 ! i' 11 u . ' . . . 6 i . .14 ike rcrjpiE's pArrn Vol. XV ANOTHER KILLING I HAYTI TLird f.Ian to lie Ifiihd in LU.U Soulhezstcrn City in Less Ti)3ii ff'Oui't Willis Young .shot and almost instantly killed prad Meatte at Wednesday afternoon at about. '4 o'clock. The trouble arose over the division of pcrne pwns Meatte had fathered on tho fa m occupied by Young. -. Meatte and Young's son, ih y axi, had been leathering the pe cans' in partnership end fell out about a division of seven pour.d. of them and Bryan told his fath er of the trouble. . Willis took his son's part of the quarrel, and after exchang ing a few heated words with Meatte, drew his revolver and tireh. At this juncture Meatte. j wtio was unarmed, started to run ! andthe ball took effect in his j Doth weighed around the K)3 side, death following shortly. . pound mark and fouglit, like vet After the shooting Younar ! erans. They ' fought fast from went home and retired, andis-tnrt !n" finish !,nl,vi, h,..-: Sheri...

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. — 7 November 1913

CM cou: !.). f.Ai G; 0. . '.t u ! ;-r . . ! r " 1. ''-' J l.r.- I'.-.'tt ' . . 1 1 i i;" ;i t .i r, n No v ;:l 'T t I -J .' fl ' '' .' :l -tU. Alt-.- I h",, tl-M'ln, why II f C l I 0 f ! ,." .' i , 'J V 1 I I ' t J ' V 0P .' Vf i;Oth- J '.- "'.'. Vt v ii'iicr. 1 - r If I am (' a :n ttii'il the !"1'W- smu.re j-t-o;-;c. 1 . i.t Ift f-U Jr 0-.-i-:w:.y rr. to' f,'r'"f ot'h of Oc'o-t-..:." - . "J y ! AiiJ fs,:-(v l-thi fV'T.I'a r? i: :,:':"? " V h- r ift'ltt ri J '''.' i '.-'.!''. "! r-ir v'f "Vs. If M ' .i Wr'K 0'j!J rr'y r, t --..-,!y. our riv.Ut to love each -;Ler .:.! M c-.HF'-r t !o yesr raarryir.g j,. r.,t l t;;i we cvUl pht.i! cur f'Oneyti.non In G-.rr-arijr," grumbled Jurur- y. I-;; :',-..;.; l.-r f;.ca was ur! d ivii:y frot-.i tin) joung man but 9 COuSa rni that the pink lips 'qulv- .i.J tho violet tya woo heavy with t.".rs. "narH , ho cried sharply, "don't ml A eotnttianriitia: roiee brok in upon fc!s voris. "Ethel :" called ?.!!: Felicia Vi1!: in her deep lor. "I roust o," Kth...

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. — 7 November 1913

CAPE COUNTY HERALD, CAPE GIRAREirAU. MO. Torjunrro tyikges Mik.1i ao-ca!ld rhfliimftfiHtn is caiwd by wenUened kidney. Whra the lei J nff fail to clear the Wood of uric acid, t'i arid form into crystal lilra bits of broken ia the tri'iw.lf, Juintt nS on the nerve caning. Torturing pain dart thronph the atfacted 'rt whenever it Is moved. By curing the kidney. Ican't Kidney Till hne ed thousand ot rheumatic Cm, lumbngo, Utic, gravel, neuralgia aivi miliary duoulem. A BJJNOIS CASK '' rv-hn l.al.i.w.M.p' Ctiartaa Eji(ir. a Walnut t)t., WltHki, nu "ri "i h4 t- atia rhumattrfm ana lianay trnu!! fir T.ra I wa laid up for piftntT'l .rs4 tpftnt fcundrrda of aotlara vnavco'vjPy far doctors traatmtnt. After BT" had Donn' Kirtnoy Pill cam to my al1. Thy cured tha awful nit. ry and I hnva oavar utfrrad altioa." Cat Daan'e at Any Stars. ROa a taa KIIJ N JET PILLS r03TfcK MiUURN CO, BUFFALO, H, Y, Vindicated. "I always knew John would mp to be a great belp to us,' Brow aid the fond mother. "1 have...

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. — 7 November 1913

- t '., - r! 1 v :, I-.'"'. i ,i. i i ' i t-: i r.t a i-'W U H -.,...,,.,.., :, jv, p. Ch.r. Lc.i;;I:'-i-iit.vof F.rypt Mill;', v.':ts in iii'' ci S y i wt k. J;:r-.-a C i.ivis of' i'ri:n Kui A';i; ?4 -a, ; is j.-.ir, r u.onaay. Pink O.iy t s o f J ackn hiA Uu uni$6 a!. Ca-i t lit aiocai.1 Wcvln.Cf day. Uev. Dcvauit of Marblo Hill preached at the Baptist church San Jay. A daughter was born to air. and 3U.rs. Ray Davis of Fruitlarn:! October. . Dr. C'ias. Query has returned to Little Eock, after spending a few days here. F. C. Vasterling of Tilsit has moved to Jackson and is running a boarding hou.se. Dr. J. A. Horn of St. Louis is vi.sitirif.r ia Jackson, Ho will re main about a month. Otto'Willa, constable of Hub ble township, was in Jackson Monday on business. " County Court is in session this week, regular November term. Much business is being done. C. II. Bishop has bought out . the interest of A. D. Hubbard in the Missouri Loan & Invest ment Company. . Hallowe'en night pass...

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. — 14 November 1913

J. r 1 3 tt i f 5 t 4 f . J ft.. i i m nzm s mix "Alt lv E PTE 3 Tfi tf ftT 70 f RMI" V6i; xv Caps Girsrda'au. Missouri, Friday, November 14, ID?3 No. 4U PRIZE WINKED AT . -P.-'-; AT JACKSON "SHOW LFtJ el -Award Made at the ' 'V; :V:'Last Week Cor tt, Men's Class i$oo ri e county or' Johnson. county( white, Charles Schwecr,' first;' E. C. TuschofT, second. ., All other white, Charles Schweer, first; CM". Luetje, second. Reod's yellow dent, county farm, first, William Sadler, ' second. . All other yellew, E. C. TuschofT,4 first; C. W." TuaeholT, second! Best single car, any variety, Glenri llens'ey. , .f Boys' ' Classs Best ten ears, any variety, Roscoe Dickmann, first; Joe Honsley,-Second. Sweepstakes Best ten cars of all corn exhibited. Chas. Schweer Wheat, Chas. Lowes, first and second. Oats, Linder Miller.first; Fred Dornieyer, second. Clovor seed Chas. Lowes, first; Wm. J. Bihge'nheimer, second.. IlayTiraothy, Chas. Lowes, first and second. Alfalfa, S. P. Williams, first; Dale' ...

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. — 14 November 1913

'O. s r max' cm :; c:: nit? 'sr. f i , . . v w rniACEFCX nyeloj.trg iretr-c.l!g. O nred ., B.n J .brocaded" f&brlcs, .spe cially thoE.o of TtanJ.'5 hr. luxurious beyond all othof sf-rnpcta 'fes'ceft those of rich f:jr.'.,Io tbeiii';nEUted aatln coat toe cefsTgn brocka np and enhance the sheen of surfaces. Their bij-.h Islaier forma a . playmate for color and light and the throo--danc together upon them. If one is looking for the lnxurloui. It in to be found in these 'garrherits In the pew, and what are termed "fancy,"' colors those coat are only raited to high - occaBions. Of tenor they are developed .in gray, or taupe, or in tome rich brown shade and are mot 6 generally useful. Perhaps gray la iaprdejt choice pt color for tientjf It la at home everywhere and it la very elegant and by comparison. quiet'. The figured etla cat doe not rose ea, quiet, however it'la1 a bowy garment. M- Linings ai in 'contrasting colors, bat they CiBt be" cbosen carefully. Nothing conspicuous will do...

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. — 14 November 1913

CAPE COUNTY HERALD. CAPK GIRARDCAU, 110. M HtMIf HOWIAND DOIS - .-. .. .,. . ! .1 . When loifs runs "to mfit mo I mlsn no Joyous cri'-K, Nor llno'-r with her. looking Down (tlmlly In nor eyes; I huve no love for 1,'oris, TliouKli ol herd give tier praise', I do not Ilko lir t-uturta . And 1 nblior tier ways. ' My love la not for Ports. Yet when my work 1 done. And 1 ko home, she always ApproarhcH on the run; She never falls to meet me, And never seems to fare. Thru I m-plect to gladly liUKh to greet her there. When Doris runs to meet me. A HRdness fltlii my heart; I'm Blwya Kladder. irayer, When are fur npurt; Her none Is tilted upward, Her under hp Is- full I'nrt terrier lx Ixirld, The other part In bull. CANDID OPINION. Some people think bo much of them eives that they have no time to think About what other people may think f them. A woman's brain declines In weight after she Is thirty years of age, but tomt old widowers are the most light headed peopla 1n the world. The man who w...

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. — 14 November 1913

i " I (. r ;r. r.r.d j .. ,1 7. IT. v. rnt to Or; a caa vhit hrt Est-v-r ?-.v rcrvrrr.irg. the r.;:t day. Vr; : r.o many Ff TV "'" t.) J. yjock cf Cairicge. who wcs srrasied ""x" cv t?gel with a I--i:.;.r. s ; Ir-gthsh'wef L. P. .4. discharged for teck of proof of guilty. ...The Annud Cry? tithtum , r-horc will bs hdl in the .base ment cf the Heifcodist; Chx-rch Thursday November Exer cises bcziaias at two 'clock. . Supper at right . Copteia'W. 1. Cchaefer, cans tjfrrvn his place in Arkansas, to sc? Hi family; his wife ard two of his children will return with him in a few days, to stay a short time. Preheating Attorney Carat! ers cs.!k-J attention to. a statute providing for ci;'!irg fascial terra,; vhera. parties v:ztXtl. to pksd guilty),; ,vhith, is , proper 'say.m.g costs to.tbe.pccpie. . :, C. L. Hicks and Billy Jones were under arrest charged with entering, a boarding house in Cape and stealing money from a hoarder; they too were discharg ed iqr'hck. of .evi'dVwe, -against ther...

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. — 21 November 1913

i u n I j it ' .. . .. f . 6,.. . V . . . i J) I t c . J if . tHF PECPLE'S PAPER "AM THC Ff.WS THAT'S riT TO PRINT' Vol. XV Cape Girardeau, Missouri, Friday, November 2!, 1913 No. 47 NEW LEVEE DAY AT CAIRO, ILL Cruiisnt Celebration Thanksgiving Dsy, Also Friday and Saturday The merchants and business men of Cairo, III., have arranged for a big celebration for three days, beginning Thanksgiving Day and the following Friday and Saturday, November 27, 23, and 29, the latter two days to be known as "New Levee Days." to attract the attention of the entire country to the gigantic construction work now in prog ress on the rivers. The work is of such mammoth proportions that it is well worth personal inspection. To see the heavy steel piling being driven down to bed rock by the giant steam hammers and to watch the many steam shovels, that have figured so prominently in the building of the Panama Canal, bite out great chunks of the levee at the rate of hundreds of cubic yards a day, ie indee...

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. — 21 November 1913

t CArn courixY nr:;LD, cai-h girardkau, mo. .. .3 ara four tribes of seckwear, 1 la the prevailing styles, "shlch are jjiaudaoma enough to tie valued posses elons !a any woman's stock of dress iRCCGMorieB. Yet the materials of pa-hlon they are made cost next to frothing, fifty cents or lees Is about jtisa amount wbicb will buy thread and $;rald for the hand-made pieces, It fwrili certainly buy enough of the all ever shadow lac to make the at tractive collar and Jabot, and cover jthe expense of tho tiny buttons of Hark satin used as ft 2nitshirig touch on the pretty collar at the right of the picture. Hand -work, tastefully and well ... i . . . i ,i - orles. The crocheted collar la made f thre separate piece Joined to gether. They are an Irleh lace pat tern and not at all difficult to make. There Is an Insertion an Inch and a half or a little leas in width and from 18 to 15 inches Song, depending upon the size of the neck to be fitted. Two wider strips of tha crochet are made, each h...

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