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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 21 November 1913

capi: county herald, cait: cihaf-dau, mo. Csptalr, of Pacific Cosst Ochcoriflr Tel' of Oiritneo Bombartimtnt cf HI Vessel. . Cnpl A. R'.iD3erbrg of th ttran c.hoonr-r Wasp, which pll b-'twccn Cent lie and 'California pQrtz, report ttrauga eiporlonee at boh on August 7. In ft report niHila to the Hydro truphta office Cattalii Sundprberg ay that at 10 p. rn., when sit mile east by south of mint Coneoptlon, his msl ru tuto a ibtck fog bank Which hungr close to the water. Without tha fog rling In the least, a violent nluclrie torra broke out, and for on Injur and 14 minute the blun kot of heavy mint wa pierced contin ually by iilBcluu-Rp of atmospheric electricity and vivid flashes of angular lh:r.ng and forked lightning. At 12:15 a. in., A ugi'.nt 8, the steel foremast of the Wasp became charged with elec tricity from the top down to the spring tay. Captain Eunde-rherg say thla wa not the usual dlbplay of St. Elmo Bra, an tha want gave out loud report a K from a powerful wireless appar...

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. — 21 November 1913

1 1 ' ' ' ': f,.!'l ' Ap 1 it;,. I fur a i . r Mi. ? will ImMow; by. !:!, i r.'.l )! Ucrtry. j i iff.iy I (.1 ,i ,v.-.o)i 1 ii ;t'- c-i-.y Ti:n-.J:iy. T !m Tl"!(k of St. Mnrya.'wn:-; i n tin city Tit f . lav. it T sf l! ts ;M hi:; i vv! ;;; ; n't' !!!.".!!',( '; o"'1 if !;(' VI ( ;' ; .ike-? t Tvlf.-: "ur'. f rly yai'K lv; has !-T f Ti: "i ii".-:, ,t. ...! Mv-s in i!,-; i .ualry joorrtalicmi. VI V .;;! : t . : . I .: 1 a jorccn Vl' -Of.C A white o:k t)Tt was cut in J- 'Teiv.on - towr::-Slip last week ,,v;.,n I that pm!c:1 4,0a". Tho tree was iut liit.i fo;;r logs, two ten feet and two twelve fv: t Ion;;;, mak im fori.v-fotsr feet in the trunk, cl.-ar'of knots and limlw. T. Ik llama had the tree cut, Lat Vv II- ', '.' '(lay of Jacl.ron vm ialhr city Tuesday on hu. i.i.H :;s. Wil.son Cramer of Jackson was in town Tih ,"i!ay en business. Ik (I. Al'cn of Don ton was in tho city Monday on business. -Mrs. E. A. Johnson of Com- mrree spent Tuesday in the city. irio ( -'f county .it Tii'-:-...

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. — 28 November 1913

'1 --,''. I i i !-... i, .. . jK7 i .... ....vmr. i !ki f rmrs ram AU TBt t1 TIAT't HT TO piKT" SUZSCaSP'HCN rSICE, $1.C3 A YEAR. Vi kZU-Zt Vol XV Cape Girardeau. fv1ic30t:rl, Friday, November 20, 1913 No. 48 4 ' 1 :)v. .A ' F ; M I LEVEE'ASSaCIATION 'DOING COD YtOSX 0: c-Ttoeo4 Men to o to l'h foatoa to Make Demonstration Rani JdMIms!sreys Bill 'Memphis, Term. The work of organizing a delegation of one thousand men to go to Washing ton December 2. and make a demonstration for the Ransdell Hurnphreys bill is progressing iri' thc seven states most effected by the floods. Over that number of delegates have been named, but far from a thousand have given assurance - that they will attend. To make the demon stration in Washington a success it is necessary for a greater num ber of delegates to make the trip thlm are now in sight. The cost of the expedition is nominal. The Illinois Central Railway and the Louisville and Nashville Rail way will put on special trains from Memphis, and the We...

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. — 28 November 1913

t' ( I;:t . -.-.try :i I", h "' !.-. t 'i to tr, . e cJit-.r of tin; F-ikrs-. the following xn a bppy homes if! TO: h;uk S' J i ill "II '. is swimethir.z that r i t !:-r rr.oricy nor jKp'.;larity will purJ:"f The kings srid inon src!'.i cn their thrones, surround ed by every luxury that mankind eoulJ euriTcst, do not always live happily an; fee! the pentle, lov t;bii touch of a fond wife or chil dren. Rockefeller, with all his millions, is reputed to be a dys pebtie and can eat only a few of the wholesome foods that the brawny laborer feastsupori greed ily, to say nothing cf the pastry. Gome ancient rulers have raid they would give all they possess to have a happy home. Too much wealth often encourages misery ar.d drives avay the real foun dation of happiness love. A happy home is the most priceless earthly jewel that man and wom an can be heir to, except the love of God in their, hearts a salvation that abides with them through the spirit of the Omnip otent One, hour by hour and da...

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. — 28 November 1913

TEACH THEM GOOD MAMfiCRS Chicago Children Are to Take a Course of Instrvction from the Gntl Sortoolma'arn. Mm. Ella Klagg Touog aunoypcea that hereafter tbe teaching of good manner will hare a place In the cur riculum of the Chieao puWlo schools. No on should object to having the children learn their "manner," and the ftchooliua'am ought to help tbe parent, or, where parental lnntructlon od example are lacking, ought to In still '.he germ of geotliity and pollte uese iiUo the minds of the youngster,' hut why put It Into the curriculum which already In the average publto school in crowded to euch an extent that It overreacbe the time limit with home atudy and cute down tbe essential of Instruction to an unde sirable minimum? asks the Phlhieol- phla Bulletin. To be aure, some i;raduate of the old-fashioned publio schools have been known to feed themselves with their table kulvB., tave shown a lack of familiarity with finger bowls, and oth erwise have betrayed Ignorance of all the requ...

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. — 28 November 1913

n i 1.1 T 1 MKT. I... '.;!-I,f r i r. f r.I us eecon'I cU nutter at H.i- (!,. nrj f f :ir( h S. 11 9. Tri Sals. V.Vw. .V W.' Wilcox and V.;;s J. W. Wilcox, his wife, of Cnr? Cirardtvitt County, Mis 5 i--,'rf., l.y a co-fain IW.l of Trut :.:.t .1 M?.n;i L'cth. l'.U"?, and re ect .I'd en the )lh thy of Kovrrn 1T, A. V).. I'A'X i; iok ir at I'Va U!7, cf tho land of record of iainird! ::iu. County, Mis souri, convoying in trust to the UTv-rv.o.j! tru;;lr-o, the follow ir;7 th.-oribs 1 real state, lyin.Gr. i r;r; .nd Kitunted in the County of Ct.pe Cii irJeau and State of Mii':.''uri, to-wit: AH his rir;ht. title and inter cut in lot twelve (12) in Block three (3) ir. the town cf "Girar deau" tuid lot being leased of Mary II.' G. ' llouck and Louis Uouck for, a period of ninety nine "(03) years from the first day of March 1003. Whereas raid conveyance was made in tr;st to secure the pay ment of Two Hundred Ninety seven ($297.00) Dollars. in a series cf twenty (20) notes num bered one to ...

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. — 5 December 1913

f " i r, ,) t- 4 t 4 1 - X, " 1 fc v. ... f. f. i::s rrrrtrs fin , "AtA Tl'E Kf.M TBAT 5 TIT TO FKINT" Vol. XV , Capo Girardeau, Missouri, Friday, Dficombcr 5, 1913 ''V- '" ? , - r i 4 t ! i 1 " f i ...... 1 i If i 4 ( s 1 : .... j v.... . . ! 5 j 5 i v 1 I i i t - 1 L- J w 7r i V . ! ! ; 7 i- i t V V 0 1 r n n( :j tT" t. 1.7- n rs "a rx zJ vJ7 k,juu J? w'w-i C. v tJ C;: V L-'siJ ii O o a i lew We intend to publish a paper that will receive the sup port of the business arid manufacturing interests, which are increasing by leaps and bounds both in numbers and volume of business done; also to furnish a family newspaper, which will be enjoyed .by every member of the family through special items of interest to each one. To insure our "ability; to treat eveny one fairly, and to better assist in "Boosting'' the interests of Cape Girar deau and vicinity, the paper will be independent in poli tics and nonpartisan in church and religion. We will treat every one fairly, and render assistance ...

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. — 5 December 1913

l-I J. J. JfV,;!:rr;;, on ! )!' of this a re?. :-.-r has rcnvvvod from ).tiii ,r.OJQ livi in f;m;! and corporations !-. . c: .-tlj rr,d. An unt s at rate of .4 per (writ per annum i e the 1 1.'-1 -'rivet-xi.:lini the grim nr'g u v:ur well Wl'vcl brother, the Lev. leather J. J. Furlong, who w;i3 for many years an honorary mnr.bov of ur a r: edit ion an J forved tu Liithfu! ca chaplain and in life was a warm friend of the newspaper rceft and took a perrona! and vi;h!.cait.;J In terest in each individual mem ber end the association 83 a :;t::e r::;:s i:u umi iz'zin zm.$ res hist www j uer and tho S whoe, and ; Y;herer.3, ina WHILE IN-Tl IK CITY STOP AT THE 7 EUROPEAN HOTEL THEONLY EUROPEAN HOTEL IN THE CITY CONVENIENT FOR ALL TRAINS ACROSS FROM FRISCO DEPOT R. L. LESEM, Prop. III-' 1 la Ccpe County Hers! (Formerly the Jackson Herald) Published every Friday by the HERALD rriJLISIHSG CG3fiJ?iT. S. L. Jacobs, Publisher. Entered as second class matter at nost office at Cape Girardeau, Mo. ...

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. — 5 December 1913

t . It !-- want An coil;: rr'J y. v " Otto ICasi'dl visited friends in Caruihcrsville Sunday. I C. GooJson of Oakridge is attridiri2 court this week. Dr. I). W. Hays of -Jackson was in the city Wednesday. C. A. Russell of Poplar Bluff ?p-?r.;t Wednesday in the city on (i Bea Sadler of Oakridge was in tho city the first of the week on C. II. Bishop, who lias been speeding Eeveral days here on businws, returned to Jackson Thursday. Al Summers. and Dr. Vorbeck, two of our expert nimrods, f-pent WHr.esdiy in the country in quest of quails. f r" ft r i 1 U ft V- a H M H ir ; ri H iij ";-f f "i f 3 A ,4 ft' f 1 ; 1 1 . 1 , if I J 7 :i h f i A H S. 4 . b I ( -is Koto the improved condition of the Herald this week, which is just a start of the rapid gjroft th we intend to make. Tho remains of Mrs, Dave 'MUJcr, who died in St. Louis Tuesday, were brought to this city and interment was held Thursday. 0. G. Sinclair, night clerk at idie Terminal hotel , left Sunday for Southern points, visitin...

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. — 5 December 1913

Act r ..... i 1 i i 1.1 ' V V f.-.rr.i 'id' a , rt 1 tril '.in C t front :-v it'll t: v:;ri ., aniOlitttH lU.i i Of ! . ,1. rx -crt is nl !0 10 1 v"f .'I'l - n ail n:.tlf!-s of intont t li.Bf! I'l ' P. ,t is i)? of the Hoard's .'.in a re trr tinjr aK)ciation was well jniromed v:p ar; ollows: 1. The test association not only points out the por cows, but the good on.'s as well: many cows consifkred only avprn.scc arc reauy uie iv?. in t ne nerti V, iVn rnl rPConl. .till f rccrle the 2. Under tlio guess system and in tho nbsenco of records. f.cntimont is a stronc; factor in Sf-kctins; the cows worthy of he'mg rotainedjin the herd; also the cowsjirem which heifers are to be kept. A cow's disposition and temperament euter seriously into the matter. With accurate records such minor things are overlooked in the real producers, and a bond of friendship devel ops between the milker and the producing cow. 3. Persistency of milk flow, the one qtialification that out ranks all others in worthy ...

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 December 1913

I j p. ; , U Mi' - i - ... '3 ft 0 1 I ... I. "All m. rlss t r.tt m TO f sT" Vol. XV" I1. i. t j ! i I i : j. L.,.. 8 1 1 ID 1! Capo Girardeau, Missouri. Friday. December 12. 1913 S . j j ' t "1 i ) i n i 1 v f t L. J L . v.. v ., L 7 'V ... x rlr 7 f ! w. f ' v.. z. f IT P jr. V iT',V'jBiWVT'" w- f ' if Is rr"r. 5 .1. .r'r-v b r f . a n in, t ' 1 I I fl ITT. r, r-1 . 3 ,r Ij H f 1 5 L i fi T7 (si Itikd I i.ii v.;urfi' Zj tus o 4 r 4 1116 We intend to publish a paper that will receive the sup port of the business and manufacturing interests, which are increasing by leaps and bounds, both in numbers and volume of business done; also to furnish a family newspaper, which will be enjoyed by every member of the family through special items of interest to each one. To insure our ability to treat every one fairly, and to better assist in "Boosting'' the interests of Cape Girar deau and vicinity, the paper will be independent in poli tics and nonpartisan in church and religion. We will trea...

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 December 1913

couo;!atig:j cortege of new ki;;g cf bavaria pnT !.! AT.V. I,!-! CI L.Y - fs fre-in yierb-o Cl!j" !-! U.st t i ! ? I "iv i. . ;j ii for 5i ta f-0," Mexico lir.n h of the lA;irf4 rtr.i i . : . II j" , III rp- r"-nr., fiail knitted v !'- u :7.-,,coo). PLANS COMMISSION TO INVE.; TICATE. REGULATE AND EX. tCUTE DISSOLUTIONS. ::o T!;E r la nit I ( rs).jrt Trcvi Cm' 0-n anS oe ;iJ, Co v.". '.:" . Wre C'vcri r h f null- Vi ;!.!.- p.;.ned was i:n ii!.!ro'if-l i;T the .!,!!. in. tV An il ..-ir f ISIAM-ir . u.ml an .?:'.-; building at T.-.i V,ri. Ttx. Jwcp2 Miller shot and VV-U-i )., dau'-terta-U'. Mrs. j0.a XU'.'T, asd 4-. who four months t.ro i b.H and ki;lol ber lnish;UKi. aiil-jf-r'9 ?on, lifter ho ha-l insiimtcJ suit lor (iiv.irff. V.T.lie Koppo. the balX-ltue Vi'Mara ehamplon of the world, tr.s been chal lenged for the 13.2 title by George Ssitica of ChionRO. John K. Tcnpr. governor of Penn rjlD'.a. was elM-ted president of the National League or I'rotessionai iw bail Clubs, to su'-wd Th...

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. — 12 December 1913

I CAPi; COUNTY HICRALD. CAVIZ GIRARDEAU, MO. Uliiidlt !",p i.lti KANSAS CITY CONCERN PRO MOTERS ACCUSED OF CON SPIRACY IN LAND DEAL. THIRTEEN OTHER COUNTS Charges Declare Lottery Wan Pro moted by Florida Company--l-Ena Untfraincd and Should Es Sold by the Gallon. Kannna City. Five men, ono a min ister, identified with the. ChamberK Lsnd company, a local concern, have been Indicted by the federal grand Jury. The fcrand Jury also 'returned anew Indictment ngainst the eight men In dicted two weeks ago In connection with tho operation of the Florida Fruit Lands company. The men indicted in connection with the Chambers company are: E. C. Chainbeis, Kaunas Clly; ilev. Al vert K. Carnage, Kansas City; Ernest L. Russell. Miami, Fla.; C. H. Hub bard, Pittsburg, Kan., and V. W. Har per, Fort Lauderdale, Fla. The new indictments against the right men ot the Florida Fruit Lands company contains 24 counts, and charges the company officers with liavlug promoted a lottery. The indicted fruit , lan...

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 December 1913

T r: -si:;-"' i i rrrr-i t'J is ' V III ! J 1 .- our if.cn-.Lv ,r icv build- i ii.it. . f ri i . i ' i -V I :! is v..:-.n.,r. ;M s r 5 .u J' .;ihy f.::,;.:t re a fim ' thij ou:ve of torn am ion. ' P.ut this is i- t ai ays -r..-t y r.c-r ijiiie..y ucro, and in tn. : an-; jj itinv? it is often Ju.id ;..!;. Ale , j. V i U ,5 .v. we ar..: Best am- ;. Our stock plete than v.r u- will bL i;!r;d :r.'.- - v'j' ; t'-re ' Our ":i ' repixl. and irvj :; cd' U brve our p- y r m is now the - Soulhjiist Missouri. plies W'ii r.e more com- II I water. I 1 i j In that card tiie foilnv::.g v try ; ' . . , I siir.pic una ut.Ai.fcisive iiai:ivu i of purification can be used with jabsnhite assurance of its ellkacy: Thkc one teaspoonf al ot chlo iride of lime. lU-move the ex Iccsof the powoer by roiling1 a ! per.cil over spoon. Dissolve lime I in om teacup ot water, Stirl ing is a specialty we excel in. We ?. until all lumps are disced. Vti: iwui shoes Wi h a skill that leaves r:o (l.imsv marks on the foo...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 12 December 1913

VAiNT AI- COM; :.:! WANT::i.)--;iri f.r , ' ;. , Wk; C-lndr.l i f-.latr n ;:,? d jr ) r ::.-,!.!:. !r ; A. ii.i.4 I" C. H. I'dshop i.'. ni ;-jt. Iniis thiss week Tin, hiisinf Mir-. Tom Ad.-nv'-.f IVnton v:'- i :) th" c .-'ai'.irrj.iv. n - ( - 1 i:! 1 j 1.1. in (V:::y. i.rk-.:- I' ".. ,-. i: i '! ! ! v. .-!; I ' l : ' I i . ;; :;l . ; '.'.'( ;-t. 1 .' ' v. i C'", i ; ; ; ? J .Mi-;. V. . 11(11 .- f (.'diiiiiii ri'.o -was in (he city Monri-'.y. J Mm. Ii. II. MuHI-r of Jack-! yon h vi-itihcv in th city. ! Krueger & Kmoger foIIh the shot that is death or. JMbbits. J. P. NorriJ of Benton was in the city this week on business. Mrs. Lulu Davis visited friends in Commerce hist weak. Charles IWtrand, wife and daughter of Benton visited in the city this week. . r i .... " ' - I;'. , ii ' j. V AY vCAUS' Jo-To-Dat': New' Lire, Wade Norrid of Benton spent several days in the city this week the guest 0f friends. S. D. Hunter returned Wednes day from a business trip to St. Iiouis. rTiCAlJSM o.i...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 12 December 1913

CAT h;::.alr c.vi ci: ALL o. IV C. r'i'tn; is 15-.it .'ire riniMtu.-.a re- jiion i in t, n i ' o turn, and ins i'-.-r tio oi.TCc'spci'n w ;-! tho next .'i i -;m u a-i'n find j cu In a ru Ji t,r,(. 1..J,;,;.,, , !:.,, ;!,,( mill fir.ifcUm; ho-!'-.) Cbi-!sMft' (:'':. What n t.llo Op- irn !)i:if. ,"n. fcr bt-ru it Is fhtis-t-!':::" - ...,.., rj.r,i p, ,.,, ate r.i'i !t:t? y,n,r t T.'ti't ar.d e it f-rn pi 1 1: '0 '' .-vi.jv" hut to At the devor.lh ronr. In pi--i.it Lurry and turmoil. i"-'t u 1.0 r Wbut t.nt to g:v, would be rooro r-;roTtuie j.t:rap. For in the selec tion of jour t!f! some, regard has to be tflvmi to tho adaptability end the Utility of tt-e present. A 1m hioa Is to r;i(.-r.d n;ore time than ir.onr-y in thinking v,hht would b suitable and practical)! for pari; Individual. Your frlft would be nil the mors appreciated If It -Tpr-s?t--es something of yourself ptmI fhpwi t'-ff yoir own jiprnonal CUotights h.irn been bestowed upon a .election of. tho tc-ketis. The real eP9noe...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 12 December 1913

t CAPi: COUNTY Hi.CKA.LlJ,- CAi :DF.AU, HO. in G;!J AUiro t n I v.? ill ' r. i- I' JUST aa gorgeous and just as benuti ful tia it can be, this gown in one of the many wonderful gold shades shows tun cleveient hnndling of the most extreme ideas In this -winter's modes. The skirt of panno velvet of the softest and most supple variety Is made on the "Turkish trotiser" model. About all its fullness Is arranged at the front. There Is no mistaking the appearance It makes on the wearer. It looks actually more like a pair of voluminous trousers than like our ordinary skirts. The pannier and bodice In one. with soft crushed girdle of velvet, Is a wonderful garment. The drapery is arranged In two over-hanging pan niers, broadening the hips and hang ing into the figure at the bottom. The bodice is cut with a kimono sleeve, apparently, although it is hard to be sure of this. At all events, the arni's-cyo is not discernible in . it. The sleeve is lengthened until it cov ers the wrist and extends...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 12 December 1913

j n j fits v a !: t: ; ' .a y :v, : fo il 1 it- k-J j 1 1, f t l: . : i:i Co ci .t 4 W ,1 O A ! '.M io'ch -ui c: ere h 1 l.v.e "i-.-.l (ho fcl !. , I rf.tnfo iiuaio jn the nUd C cf (.';' Giwe.r-'.l. Slate 1 !-. . i, t !- v. it: All part of lot No. 13 r.,-0 'I'" in the City cf Cape iu'ur'..:;, tii'.rii"''. as follows: :. u'.n big at thi s-uMbwest cor- Giv; s " !' T T: : ' ; aul f ::ut a i.:lt or lot thirteen (1''., ran.-p? ")" in the Cb.v of Cape tiirar- rh;.o, ronv.:r:: t !: ... i . i 1 r.cc r asiwaroi I ...:.u 'T'l- : t v. i 1. 1 A .All v I'M f- i v t v (oO) foot, thence : Til i V Wit MiHiili'O'l H0U Fcve.M y-i i -.1 e; !! icvi won; or 1'.; thence wcstwardly paralUi with Tl:(f.ii-i ;.lroot. sixty (CO) icci: U n'V roOit!v:ird!y onf .j J i " ;inl t-- 'iil v- iif (17;') t ! IOO I i ( 1'et t lo 1 1; '? point of i.u inninp:, sai.l on hiu,( J ?'.'! and .KoVMty throo iVot Ik J?iro or i;.ss, ni! the for.';Toirj proporty beinnc --o!i(.ct to the horoostoj-fl ri;htP, ifunj, of tn.il I'ran.k M...

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 December 1913

Hi 10 it ! 1 j J i j ( IKE FEQPU'3 PAPER "VoLXV "AV.tUt KKk'S l!!.T'Sm TO P8I!I" Cape Girardeau, Missouri, Friday. December 19, 11)1?, ;C.:?TlCN PRICL Ji.OJ A YEAH. Vi kl'ilXZl .f ! LJ ! j i 5. ! ( r i J t J I j t ' r' i v ! i U i 1 V J V v ' 7 I ! d- 7 Li i r 1 5 t J U : J 1 I it I i i 2 1 r s- r ; i i I i. r V x y V b a rq nn rTi rrn r.a r crss h r? V ! f VfcJJ 'AJ tuJ .,uUil r, . I .V r fit h fiU ! r k I o 1 1 " KJ wav-J LjS Vi-7 k-zjS Lj o 1 ' ? 1 V:.. in3 V t-.:'i fcurfiiuiVij Ei V- CLh on i 1 ? in o I p.jju l2 if till yPJII We intend to publish a paper that will receive the sup port of the business and manufacturing interests, which are increasing by leaps and bounds, both in numbers and volume of business done; .also to furnish a family newspaper, which will be enjoyed by every member of the family through special items of interest to each one. To insure our ability to treat every one fairly, and to better assist in ''Boosting'' the interests of Cape Girar deau and vicinity, ...

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 December 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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