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THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD
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Mr. unil Mrs. C N. Noisier if
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J. C. Norrid of Ftixieo ciiinc to the
Cape Monday to i.ttiml to m.iiio busi
ness unit lor.
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M. I.. Triokey and F.d Rose of
Jaekn ti transacted business in thr
Sheriff W. A.
was- ill the Capi'
official lnis-ini'f .
SllllllllCl'S of Jackson.
Mom lav attending to
Mr. mul Mrs. A. J. Smith of Allen
ville were in the Cape Momlay on n
mul wife of ( swogo
L. G. Wilson of Alton, Mo., paid
tho Cnpr a business visit Monday.
W. M. Hunter of Kennett hud busi
ness in the Cape Monday.
F. Teeter of Charleston has busi
in tho Capo Monday,
W. Chandler of St. Louis trans-
business in tho Cape Monday.
B. Magee of Cairo, transacted busi
ness in the Cape Monday.
Harris of Chicago had
the Cape Monday.
the Tribune if you
W. J. Scagravos left Tuesday morn
ini! for Memnliis for the purpose of
bring Charles Mayhew
Cape to testify in the
now being tried against
the name of Jonos.
back to the
a printer by
E. P. Proffer of Advance was
Cape visitor Sunday.
James Cozzo and J. P.
the Clifton-Kelly Shows
the Cape Sunday.
M. Pet tit of
in the Cape
St. Louis has busi
Ceo. DuCrow of Greenville, Miss.,
is a business visitor in the Cape this
J. M. Deane of Hannibal was a
Cape visitor Saturday.
l'nniil Fish mid
are in tlie t iiiii- on
wife of alma
n shopping trip.
.Ii operator, p
the Ciipe Saturday on his way to
Liltesvillo w in re he lias been called to
join Ins company in ti.e tun .Missouri
Ii. tin. i ut .
I). Loiborg nn.l wife went to
Sunday to attend the decida
.f the new Lutheran Chinch
M. Wigginton of Jackson passed
through the Cape I-riday.
of ()lv vifited in the
Wat kins of Sikeston paid the
business visit Friday.
II Mat finely of Chalice
was in the
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J. F. l'.ip-r.-t;..fT of
iad busings in the
I). F.. Caw of Black Bock, Ark.,
had business in the Cape Saturday.
H. II. Schulz of
ft for St. Louis
the C. G. & X.,
J. W. Chandler of St. Louis was a
Cape visitor Saturday.
Cart of Stuttgart Ark.,
in the Capo Saturday.
Sam Williams and wife of Dexter
are in the Cape on n shopping trip.
A. H. Iniboden of Wichita, Kansas,
in the Cape on a business trip.
and wife of Sikes
Rachel Edwards and Jessie Crank
of Maiden, wore Cape visitors Sunday.
Hays of Marsten transacted
in the Cape Monday.
of Lithium spent
Oseur Komi of
Manon, III., is
in the Cape
V. S. Light House Boat Oleander
laid up Monday night at the Cape,
and Tuesday morning continued on
hw northward journey.
W. (. Dinlli
a car load of
y and Lucius Pate of
are in the Cape with
.1. P. Overstreet mid .lack
of Memphis wen- Cape
!!. M. .1. ITries
Thebes came lo
morning to look
C. I-'.. Ilailman, T. M. (irilfiths,
A. Selieit, Geo. W. Dietrich, F.. L.
Zul.oski, Kdgar Smith, .1. L. Borgs,
and T. Mrl-.ntee were ( ape visitors
from St. Louis Moudav.
enlist mi nt
at the loia
Koi.iil Scott Wooilson is
low it from St. Louis today
no o n the applications lor
in the army, now on file
Everett Alexander, the well
fisherman from Thebes came
Cape Tuesday morning with
lot of catfish which
to Aiiuu-t Tiechmaii
local lish dealer.
H- disposed of
,1. W. Hester and II. L. Ladd
liloomiield were business viilor
the Cape Monday.
J. M. McGhee of Grandin trans-
acted business in the Cape Saturday.
II. Marlett and wife
have business in the
E. S. L
were L ape
drey, Buht Freeman, Essa
Nellie Waltrip of Clarkton
Dunlap of Jackson spent
in the Cape transacting
I. A. Owens and J. M. Caddington,
Clifton-Kelly street fair people ar
rived in the Cape Sunday.
U. G. White and Frank Kimmel
returned Sunday utter viMting wiuin
ern points on business.
T. T. 1 lixoti of
the Cape Sunday.
Matthews was in
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E. Dodgers of Cairo made
d trip to the Cape Sunday.
James McMullin, John Leigh and
Paul Leming of Parma, had business
in the Cape Saturday.
E. C. Thomas the Haarig realestate
man went to Chaffee Monday after
noon on business.
left Friday afternoon
Rozier of St. Genevieve
Robert Cowan and family and T.
M. Lail ami family were in Jackson
son Sunday visiting with friends and
Mrs. Anita I tutors, daughter of
W. F. Huters of this city, left
Sunday for St. Louis, after visiting
for a few weeks with her parents.
Willis Stone, a prominent farmer
of East Capo came to the Cupc Mon
day to do some trading and visit
his daughters who are employed in
A. I". Wnt kins urn
Nettlcton were ( ape
Mrs. Chaw. Taylor of
Cape visitors Sunday.
Guy Timbare .
business in tin
.f Advance transacted
- Capo Saturday.
M. J. Jones of Basin, Wyo., is
in the Cape looking for a business
James Nathous of Swinton is in
the Cape on a business trip.
Eva LaShot of Caruther-yille
Capo vi.-itor Sunday.
John Lilly mid his mother went
with Ed Hoard in his six cylinder
Stu.lebaki r to Perry ville Sunday, to
isit Joseph Lillv who is attending a
Theological School at that place
They returned Sunday evening.
L, C. Kelly, Catherine Beard, W. L.
Winslow, Frank Allen, Ben R. Rob
erts, Vernon Baker and John Rubel
of the Clifton-Kelly shows registered
at the Riverview Sunday.
inoii. I of
D. B. Ray
W. L. Ward of Paris
transacting business in
Loo Michard a steeple jack of San
rrniwisefi is iii tho Cane on a busi
of Poplar Bluff
Julian Brewer of Porryville trans
acted business in the Cape Iridiiy.
OUie Palmer of St. Louis
the Cape Friday afternoon
his mother who has been
John Freund and son of
were Cape visitors Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hunt
nois tire visiting relatives and
for a few days.
Mrs. Ida Poe and daughter came
from Fnrmincton Sunday to visit
her mother, Mrs. Lena Scheer.
Mrs. L. Lutkewitte of St. Louis
visiting her mother, Mrs. John Reiker
of this city, and before returning
to her home will spend a few days
vinitinff friends and relatives at
Th bin nlate glass in the front
door of the Haarig Furniture Co
was broken into fragments Friday
afternoon when the door was slammed
by a sudden gust of wind.
Golden ITontge, the little daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Flcntgo is
quite seriously ill with measles.
in the Cape
Mrs. Kate Schmuko will be greatly
missed by her friends when they
loufn of her leaving Monday for
St. Louis to meet hr son, Al, whore
she will accompany him to South
Dakota where plic will be gone for
John Mann of the
paid the Tribune a
call Saturday. '
Coleman of Van Huron was
ape on a business trip Friday
Mrs. Jake Vondel
Fornfelt are visiting
mid children of
in tho Capo
Fred Clippuid wont
Monday on business.
to (he Cape
W. W. Vernon the popular young
Frisco engineer left for St. Louis Sat
urday morning for a short visit with
day to visit
the guest of
went to St. Louis Mon
relatives and friends.
of tho Capo is
J. A. Hickman and wife of Puxieo
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were in tlie eape i rioay on a snop
Fred Clippurd moved Monday into
tho property owned by Clyde Vandi
vort on third East street.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A,
Allen ville were in the
shopping trip Friday.
Capo on a
Leonard Scheer returned from the
Capo Monday after spending Sunday
Minton of Salem, III.,
in the Cape Friday.
of Henry Brenneke
his arm Sunday.
the little son
fell and broko.
Brockon of Thebes, had busi
the Cape Friday.
Miss Minnie Bear of Fruit land
is here visiting Miss Minnie Elbrect
in West Jackson.
Curtis McFcrron. Al Heertell and
Guy Dunbar of Brownwood spent
Friday in the Cape. The Mary and Martha society of
the Evangelical church will meet
Richard Phillips the young man Thursday with Amelia Paar.
who was taken to the hospital a
few days ago, i reported to be im- Mr, Jake Vendel and family went
proving rapidly. to Tilsit Monday to stay a week
" with relatives.
The L. S. Joseph home will be sold
at Trustee's sale Saturday afternoon Mrf) d oward wcnt t0 St.
at 2 o'clock by Sheriff W m. Summers, Louig Monday to viilit relativrs and
at the courthouse. Mr. Henry Rozier to do gomc Bhoppin(? whilc there.
of St. Genevieve, who holds the mort-
gage on the proprety is in the city.
Matters pertaining to the Kerst
ner Hardware Co., of Poplar Bluff,
are being looked after in the Bank
ruptcy Court in this city this week.
Earl Bowman and wife returned
from St. Louis Sunday and will
now make their future home at
Burfordsville on a farm.
J. F. Ellis of Commerce and
Ellis of St. Genevieve were
It is said that the Bank of Bloom
field is soon to resume business with
Maj. Houck at President, and W. B.
Critos of this city as cahior.
Joe Fisher, formerly of this city,
came down from St. Louis Sunday
to visit among his old time friends.
Ho will return Tuesday morning.
and wife, of St.
Mis. .1. T. Rogers of Walnut
was a Cape visitor Sunday.
C. F. Frazii r, prominent lumber
man of Colfax, was a Cape visitor
Tom C. Fields of Ardmore, Okla.,
is in the Capo looking uftor business
J. A. MeCullough of Marble Hill
is in the Cape this week on a busi
Conductor I agio was married in
Poplar Bluff a few days ago, and has
brought his wife to the Capo where it
is said they will make their home
in tho future.
S. J. Estos, undid Capo County
boy, who has for years been employed
as a conductor on tho Iron Mountain
Railroad, and is now living in Little
Rock, has returned to the Cape after
an itbsenco of 22 years. He is visit
ing his daughter, Mrs. C, M. Taylor
who lives at 'i Painter Avenue,
11. E. Alcnxatnler returned from
St. Louis Sunday Iroin a two ilays
to ilo on
Summers took a crew of
with him Monday afternoon
where they have some work
tho new re-ideiteo of Mr.
Friday afternoon at, about 5:30
o'clock one of the blasts set off on
the Frisco improvement work near
the freight depot, tore up the track
to such extent that t rathe was de
layed until nearly eight o'clock.
The Wielputz Main Street Branch
store served the midday lunen id
tho employes of the Glenn Mercan
tile Co., Friday. Everything that
could bo asked for in the way of a
palatable and tempting ropnst was
enjoyed by tho force of Cape's
mammoth mercantile establishment.
CHIEF NICHOLS ACQUITTED
In the case of the State of Mis
souri, vs. O'Howell, charged with
stealing brass. Chief D. A. Nichols
Mrs. Clyde McKee returned from appeared before Judge Ranney Tues
Locmon Friday where she has been day morning, on the charge of failure
visiting a few days with relatives. to observe a writ of habeas corpus,
I thereby enabling the officers of Scott
Mr. J. Heinberg and family and county to take the primmer away.
Mr. V. Priest and family wont to the The defendant was released upon his
Cno S.m.hiv to snend the day with satisfactory showing that at the time
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Menkor
wont to the Cape Sunday to see his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Macko.
Adam Ileiserer a prominent farmer
living near Dutehtown was in tho
Capo Friday on a shopping trip.
On his way in he met with tho mis
fortune of breaking u neckyoke and
having a runaway, but managed to
stop the frightened team without
having suffered any serious damage.
Cloris Dawson of Puxieo, is in tho
Capo for a short visit with her father,
C. O. Dawson. Cloris has made her
homo with her grandparents in Pux
ieo ever since she was a tiny baby,
and manages to come and see her
dad about twice a year.
Mis. Gils Kopper and
Vogt returned from Big
Mis. Bettie Sturgis of Kcnnett,
came to the tape Sunday, mul will
spend several days in this city visit
A party of fishermen composed of
Christ Wolf, Nick W oiler. Lee Albert,
Will Koopor, Emil Walters, Will
Walters, Fritz Brandt, George Wiso
munn and Polly Kotterer, spent
Sunday on Hubble Creek and a nice
catch is reported.
Mrs. Goo. Ciillilainl, formerly of
this city came up from Kcnnett
Saturday to spend a few days visit
ing friends. Mrs. Gilliland is engaged
in the millinery business in Kcnnett.
Albert Holland an employe of the
(.'. G. tx N. Ry Co., father of the
little boy who was recently taken to
St. Louis for treatment, was removed
from his homo near tho tobacco fac
tory Suturday eveniug and taken
to tho home of his old friend Pat
Nations ut 500 College street. The
attention of the Provident Association
was called to the ease, and under their
direct ion the sick man was removed
to the hospital Sunday afternoon
Mr. Holland is suffering with pueu
Tho following building contractors
are in the Cape for the purpose of
submitting nronositions for the con
struction of the now High School,
at the mooting of the school board
Monday night: J. B. Evans, Mexico,
Mo., D. B. Foster, Kansas City, Mo.,
L. I'. Dumas, Jr., St. Louis, J. F
G. Miller. T. M. McCarthy, W. 11.
Sell of St. Louis, and Edw. F. Rogen
hardt of Cape. Girardeau.
On account of the
driving having taken
illness, Mrs. Schaefer
to Illmo for the
phone for relief. Mr. Williams tho
owner of tho horse responded to the
cull by taking a substitute conveyance
to the distressed party, and later
brought the sick horse to town.
was compelled to
Mrs. Eliza Dock died Saturday at
tho home of her daughter Mrs.
John Mabrey. Mrs. Deck has boon
sick for six weeks or more when
he first taken ill with pneumonia.
She was eighty one years of ago.
The remains were taken to Bur
fordsvilleSunday at 1:30 for burial.
of serving the writ the party was not
in Iuh custody, having boon taken
uway on Monday.
Orron Wilson the attorney repre
senting O'Howell loft for Benton,
the county seat of Scott County,
Tuesday afternoon, whore he will
endeavor to secure the release of his
Miss Minnie Abernuthy wont to
the Cape Saturday to spend a few-
lavs with relatives.
Miss Rose Behiiighoiiner
been teaching school at
returned home Saturday
after closing her school.
Mrs. T. M. Lail and two grand
children and Mr. and Mrs. Cowan
of the Capo spent Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Lail of this city. .
A large number of Jackson Luther
ans wont to llinin Miniiity io uiieim
tho dedicatory exercises.
On six continents the Ford is the
favorite car and its gaining constant
ly in world-wide popularity. It's
the one car built for all countries
all climates all conditions. Its light
weight and unequalled strength makes
it the best for all round service the
world has over seen regardless of
price. Remember we say regardless
of price not at the price see?
For Partridge, Wood
cock, Squirrel or Rabbit
44 GAUGE SHOTGUN
IS A WONDER
5C inch barrel, weiphs 4 Ibt., take-down.
For44X L .44W.C-F &ht and 44 "Ganw
Cttcr" Cartridge. j
Llftt Price Only $5.00 :VA
fun ueff.eient undor togreal -Vj
(tg&tS cription And "GUNS AND
I Wt-T CUNNING."
J W M Im n lunik ITCVCNS
Ml I. STEVENS ARMS
UM & TOOL COMPANY
W I P.O.BojSOOS
AjF,,t'CHICOPEe TALIS. MASS.,
Communication received from Mr
Clem Hoollor who has been in St.
Louis for sometime undergoing treta
ment, advises that he and his family
will leave St. Louis Friday afternoon,
and will reach the Capo Saturday
morning, coming by river on the
Steamer Cape Girardeau. Mr. Hool
lor states in his letter that while
he is still in a very poor condition
of health he fools that Ins improve
ment will warrant him in returning
to his home.
The death of Mrs. F.lizabeth 1L
Cirimui occurred Sunday at the home
of her sister, Miss Julia Reynolds
on North Main street. Mrs. Grimm
belonged to one of the oldest families
of the county, and was 74 years and
3 months of age. Resides her sister
Mrs. Grimm leaves one son, Donald
Grimm of this city to mourn her
death. The body will be shipped to
Creve Coeur, St. Louis County for
JCAKSON NEWS I
Fred Hartle and family were in
town Friday to attend the funeral
of Mrs. Guy Morton.
Smith of Sikeston is
Fred Hartle this week.
NATIONAL GUARD RECEIVES
John B. O'Meara, Adjutant Gen
eral of tho State of Missouri, has sent
out letters to the oflicers of the
National Guard, instructing them to
familiarize themselves with certain
sections of the army and navy regula
tions which bear on tho State Militia
and tho authority of the United States
Government in calling them into service.
Mrs. W. T. Wilson loft last Mon
day for Shrevesport, La., whore she
will visit for a few weeks with her
daughter. Mrs. J. T. Fitzpatrick,
after which she expects to visit in
Dallas and Denton, Texas, before
reaching her son, V. F. Wilson, in
Oklahoma City, with whom she will
remain for about a month before
finally returning home. She expects
to be gone for about two months.
She was accompanied as far as Mem
phis by her son W. F. Wilson who
was passing through the Cape on a
business trip in the South.
Ed Pedigo of the Cape is the guest
of Mrs. Clarence Grant in est
of the Cape came over
Saturday on business.
The eighth grade of the country
schools are having a field meet Satur
day all day.
The play "Dan Cupid" given by
the senior class at the Gem theater
Friday evening was a decided success
Each one deserves a word of praise
for the clever way in which their
various parts were carried out.
ALLEGED BRASS THIEF
TAKEN TO ILLMO
G. C. O'Howell, who gave his name
as John Davis when arrested by
OHieor Kane last Saturday, on a
charge of stealing brass, was taken
from the city jail to Scott County
Monday. Ho will be called upon to
answer the charge of having stolen
brass from the Cotton Belt Rail
road Company at Illmo. Hallack
Wilson, special officer of the Cotton
Belt and Deputy Sheriff of Scott
County escorted the prisoner out of
this city. Some of the loot found
in his possession was positively iden
tified as being property of the Cot