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THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNT YIIERALD
THK FORI OF PEACE.
Now what care I what woe may be
So long as dreams remain?
The days of youth that used to be
In dreams come back again.
The voices that I used to hear
In hours now long gone by
Re-echo through those visions clear
As bird notes in the sky.
Tho high hopes of the days of youth
Now shattered past repair
A cony wreck ure they, in truth,
All buried deep in care
In dreams ah, they are realized
In measure running o'er.
And I, the failure, the despised,
Hold close to them once more!
And then the love my heart doth hold
A secret sweet from all!
Ungratified forever, cold,
Gone ever past recall.
When stars are whispering above
My cot, stark and alone,
I dream, and dreaming find my love
Hath come to be mine own!
Ah, blessed dreams! God's kindly gifts
To east the heart and soul!
Mid clouds of disappointment, rifts
That open to the goal!
Ouses they in desert hopes;
Sweet harbors of release
Where for the lost the gateway opes
Into the ports of peace!
JOHN KENDR1CK HANGS.
From all reports the Baptist As
sembly nt Arcadia Heights held, from
August 4th to August 10th, was one
of the largest meetings, and mo.st
interesting they have ever had. Rev.
F. Y. Campbell ami party returned
Friday evening, making the trip in
their car, were andenthusiastic over
the delightful country they had
traveled through and also the line
weather they encountered all during
their journey. They made the trip
to and from Arcadia without a single
mishap, not even a puncture, which
is indeed a record, and which natural
ly made the ride all the more enjoy
able, i.i tlii; pa.ly .uo; . Rev. and
Mr. C ampbell, Misses Uabriella Camp
bell, Mary Campbell, Pearl Feurth,
Alma Wilier, Mr. and .Mrs. J. W.
Phillips, Mr. and Mrs. Macon of Jack
son, Floyd Macon, Misses- Kna and
Last Sunday, at the end of their
first week of the Assembly, there were
1 17: attending, and this last week
showed many new arrivals, increasing
the Assembly by at least half the
number of the previous week. The
camp is conducted :i the assembly
grounds giving those who en;oy the
out door lit'-1 plenty of opportunity of
(i ,in.j ,-o. Every verit-ty of avcer
.,;r.i i.i o-..ic!e,l .fur the vi.-iifu' so
h;:t u ! n one's 1i .' i n-.t tal.en 1)'
v.i.li tie' ha.-ine-.- of tic A - .Middy,
t. tini.-, sv'inind.o:, i may be ':id-.l-;-.!
Anmi;; tin i.u-my pro. -.oiv..t praich
u. wlv.) d. livere.l the lectures during
th-? meeting were; Rev. J. K. White
li. L). of Atlanta Ca., Prof. H. lb
Robbins, of the Rochester ISciptU
Theological Seminary, W. O. Lewis,
J. M. Moore, of New York, J. T. John
ston of Kansas City, Pres. Green of
A pntty wedding took place Satur
day evening at 7:30, when Miss An
toinette Glupfer was united in marri
age to Arthur Geldmacheat St. Vin
cent's College. The ceremony was
performed by Rev. Father Powers
only immediate members of the fam
ily being present. Roth of these
young people are well known and
popular among their large circle of
friends, Miss Glupfer having made
her home for many years with Mr. and
Mrs. C.ene Martin of 827 Lorimier
Street, Mrs, Martin being her sister;
and Mr. Gehlmacher being a member
of one of the Cape's oMe-l families,
his pa.er.t. Mr. -Mrs. G
i-iding jit --- S. I'r--Vri.
and Mf. ;-Mi-.ueh.-r h
. I! t'-e
This bit of verse was a favorite of
Mrs. Wilson's. The President often
read it to ber:
This I behold, or dreamed it in a
There spread a cloud of dust along
And underneath the cloud, or in it,
A furious battle, and men yelled, and
Shecked upon swords and shields. A
Wavered, then staggered backward,
hemmed by foes.
A craven hung along the battle's edge
And thought: "Had I a sword of
That blue blade that the King's son
bears but this
Blunt thing!" he snapped and flung
it from his hand
And, lowering, crept away and left
Then came the King's son, wounded,
And weaponless, and saw the broken
Hilt buried in the dry and trodden
And ran and snatched it, and with bat
Liften afresh, he hewed the enemy
And saved a great cause that heroic
EDWARD ROWLAND SILL.
The Steamer Cape Girardeau car
ried the largest number of passengers
on its trip Saturday, that it has made
thi3 season. Every stateroom was
taken, and many even made the trip
without taking rooms. Thi s is a
splendid time of the yenr to enjoy
this outing, the days bring most com
fortable and the nights unparalleled
for sleeping. And with a excellent 4
piece orchestra, one cannot but have
a good time.
Mrs. Don Paar and daughter Inez
left Saturday afternoon for Mounds,
111. for a visist with Mrs. Paar's sis
ter, Mrs. Fred Randy. Mr. Paar left
for St. Louis, going from there to
Utah and Wyoming, on a business
Mr. and Mrs. John Stout returned
Sa. -.- ay on the Steamer Cape Girar
deau. T.'y enjoyed a most delight
ful trip to i droit, making several of
tho lake trips also, and were gone
. . ..
Mrs. W. Timbs and daughter Edith
returned Saturday from Arkansas,
' here tlvy ha.o been visiting for the
-at t vo wet l;s.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Dompst. r and
family left this morning for Califor
nia ' N1!"' lie y '"i'l i.iak-' their !: no
oi the f'.tuie.
Jam- s R-ibinsi.n, an 1 Hugo Wilier
;re bn 'c ,Y .-xi e,i.l--d li !': thru
yr. U. ' I. I! .v,., and :Tandoe.ui. h
; Mi Ma t Rrov. : left y-.itnr-
- foe M one ili-, T'. ;" :; -' !
eon. M -.
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A". '. -A ."f-i
Aie.on.;' t':e l..rg.. .- t f the ph nir par-;e--
en.l'tyi'jy an otitovr mi Sum!:iy.
ile-e th" . Throe-Mile ( re. 1; as lh i .'
amping gronnd. They left town about
1 o'tlnck and, after a refreshing swim ;
i tV creek, rat down to an elaborate
;.;,. y.pir;-. I nter in the evening
b:-v "in-r'y voices could be heard over
l'.u' wood.-, singing in perfect harmony,
both tho popular and old-fashioned
songs so plea.'ing to the ear. In the
party were: Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Gaines, Mr. and Mrs. George Patton;
Misses Blanche Harrell, Phyllis
Cairns, Sara Glenn, Eva Hill, Mary
Lightfoot, Genevieve Hoch, Marcia
Patto; Messrs. Harry ami Norman
Gaines, Arthur Krcighn, John Weber,
Harry Harty, Sinnott Meyers, George
V,oi, Ed Cockle, John Lilly, George
Word has been received here that
Mr. ui:d Mrs. John Himmelberger and
family are having a most enjoyabio
trip tl.roii!;h ti e North, nr.d are no'.v
: ;! u'tk'- in AVi'-eo!l.-in. They vi re
i o-ied at I.-r.s.i:-joi t. Ind , by thrc
ri'l.'e iv.o )-e til s, v h" are -n,;if i'
ri;) '. . . Wh-n tl-.ey aiV'ive ;,t
m- .. v;: . m . an.i y . )
HER FIRST CAKE.
She measured out the butter with -a
very solemn air;
The milk and ginger also; and she
took the greatest care
To count the eggs correctly and to add
a little bit
Of baking powder, which, you know,
beginners oft omit.
! Then she stirred it all together and
she baked it full an hour,
j But 6he never quite forgave herself
i for leaving out the flour.
Mrs. Zilch and daughter, Margaret,
little Mildred Kibbs, and Martha and
Zoe Nunn, left Sunday for their home
in St. Louis, after spending a week
. with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Nunn and Mr.
! and Mrs. Bob Nunn of Themis street.
: The youngsters had quite the time of
. their lives on this visit and were
I loathe to leave their hostesses who
j had given them such a delightful out
j ing. Mr. William Nunn came down
,from St. Louis Sunday to accompany
j his two daughters home.
j Miss Beulah Finney and Misses
! Ethel Grimes are vistiing their par-
ents, Mrs. J. M. Finney of William
i street, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Grimes of Good Hope street. TheRe
young women are in training at St.
John's Hospital in St. Ikhus.
f t:. r .: T i . -. . . .. : i
.uif jenrvieve riucil rillf rcunit-ii
several of the younger set Monday
evening, in honor of her Cousin Sin
nott Meyers of Paducah, Ky. The
early part of the evening was passed
at th" theater, after which they re
turned to the Hoch home, where music
and dancing was njoyetl tho balance
of the evening.
In the party were Misses Marv
, Lightfoot of Cnrbontlale, III., Eva Hill,
I Phyllis Cairns, Sara Glenn, George
I Merritt, John Weber, Arthur Dreighn
George Bolz and Sinnot Meyers. Tlu
young folks wore chap-roned by Mi
anil Mrs. Alonzo Mover and Mr and
Mrs. P. A. Hoch.
Mrs. John Luughlan and daughter.
Miss Margaret, und Mrs. Selina
Hirsch left Monday for Detroit,
Mich. They will be away about three
iveeks, enjoying several of the Lake
Mrs. P. Ii. I oiing left on the early
'r v.' M n.lny morning for Farming
ton, v here she will !-pend sonic time
with her patents. Mr. and Mrs. Ed
Mrs. Henry llarger of Bonneville,
Intl., left for her home Monthly, after
an enjoyable visit with Mrs. II. J.
Strani, her daughter.
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Mrs. ('. F. Fleurer is visiting her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mark lloglin at
Mooiieville, Ind. She will be away
about two weekrt.
M:;-, riarie 't br left Monda.v
St. I.ouls for a two weeks' visit with
i;e, en. do and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.
.Mis. John l'.h (l.-oe return. .'; to .-'.
i.t.u's :., i'r .-)c ndin;.; the v !-.:..
with M.-;. I. M. i'lmi-y.
.M'- - M.'.'-.-i'.r. i v. at' - it v-'
ass. !:,.. o ' Iv r 1: ' ' ' ' ''
id , a o r l'oo.-ho .;' h i
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f r. et.
an.! "i s. Chad. ;: Wit r ...
i ale , ..ho ba'e bei ll 1 1 g.lest '
Mr-, .l.o k t'uirus for the pa; t we. ',
v iM leave totlay on the Cape (lira5
dean for their home in St. Louis.
Mr. and Mrs. August of Ancill Wi i
th guests of Mr. and Mr. Silas l.e 1
over the week-md.
Mr. and Mrs. II. Wasein departed
this morning for a visit with relatives
in St. Louis.
Miss Louise Hines of Cairo is visit
ing her aunt, Miss Blanche Harrell.
U TO BI NS INTO DITCH.
William Poe of Gi.idonville, v bile
returning to his home from this city
yesterday morning, f r some reason
lest control of his c m- and ran into
a ditch near the roc ' 1 !e. Mrs. Kn'V
'e'.'i- of this city, v.hi as nccoinnaio. -him,
received s";e i;vere bru!
' i ;vas not iniui.'l seriously, "'-r.
" " lrirt. Th" car v I:
' r:vild of Xeoli y's I ;.
l-O-oU'el tho city ye- ':'
' ' fl f ro.'i loo .bro't r, ' ,
I i 'it lo r (",,; '. ' '
Mrs Joe Nunn and Mrs Bob Nunn '
entertained for their little visit Sat
urday afternoon at their home on
Themis Street. The youngsters were
the jolliest, happiest, little spirits im- (
aginable, and nothing was left undone '
to give them the time of their lives. .
They played games of every variety,
the prizes for two of the most dim-.
cult being won by Lucy Clopton and
Alta Vovelsang. After the refresh
ments were served, the children had
quite a treat given them, a ride
around town in the City Bus. Their ;
merry laughter could be heard far
above the noise of the streets, and
sounded truly good to the ear. The
little ladies and gentlemen in the par
ty were; Lillian and Molly Patton,
Bobbie and Maude Elizabeth Matte-:
son, Virginia Bahn, Dorthy, Lilly,
Kathryn Sackman, Marie Phillips,
Carlton Nussbaum, Dorthy and While
mena Quarrels Alta Vogelsang, Leo
Vogelsang, Mary Wilson, Tillman
Hook, Mildred Knib, Margaret Zilch,
Martha Nunn. Zoe Nunn.
SCHOOL BOARD MEETS
At the meeting of the school board
yesterday which was held principally
(or the purpose of letting contracts
for painting at the various school
buildings, the contract for decorating
part of the walls of the Lincoln school
was given to a man by the name of
Croy. A committee was appoli.ted to
obtain figures from other cent actors
for painting to be done on the Broad
way school. Miss Lucille ! '..-..glass of
West Liberty, Iowa, was appointed
Mipervior of music and art in the pub
lic schools, at a salary of -ST.".. per
MEXICAN CAPITAL TAKEN.
re .. '
Name ef CainiiKM.
I'al.eH I'l.sscssion nf Pahice.
Mexico, t'ily, Ait.'tust l.". den.
Alvaro Ol.regon. with Kl.ddi) troops
of the advance guard of the Constitu-ti"n'.'i-'
army, tool; possession of the
N'at: mi! Palace at o'clock this af
They u i re enthusiastically re. eiveil
'. C o ee. e. Hesidents. who had
i. . n loyal to (Jen. Hi;erta during his
leief reign, marchetl through the
.lieet- ihiering and siiering.
It '. ; s the most enthusiastic uenion-.-tration
held in this city since Presi
dent Diaz held sway.
lo ader.. ()f both factions tonight
! edict.-.' that the capture of this city
y '!.;! ' ar.an;:a's army would mean
' " .. -i ! .- e thr.iin.dn ut Mexico.
' A I'M AT ( AIM l ""l:S-
The '-..paha baseball tea -i under
the 1 ,;n.:l ;e..;eilt ef C. M. 1-1 ,'. a,,
i - I - . : d 'a--! I'M -iiing for ( '.i 'io .
il'e Id. !, I !!..! th. y will is t 1 ;.
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! 'T o ti-i. ';. "i-lii :' :
. t" a plett !y ,.vi ".
'ih - !-:i: ; v. as torn up for a t-knrt
.la"c . and traffic was di layed for
- vrr;. horn s while the wreck was
being ch ai'ed.
from Chaffee to the seen of tl;e acci
1 None of the crew was injured, and
I the damage to the contents of the car
I a a slight.
CHILD SHOT IS DEAD
Tile child of C. Mcllroom. a l'risco 1
i -jerk at Ch: ."'; wl. us act -identaPj I
'.. v 1;"' !.!.-. si-t"i- w.-.-- att":iitiiig '
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ncssr " -.a or Sleep.
1..c!ii .'.o yijnamreof
The t us . ..u CoMfAKi;
r.tiiiranlocd unct-r iliowriii;
Exact Copy of Wrapper.
Cspital, $500,000.00 -
i Vi Toy 4 Per Cent on litre
! 4 Per Cent on Saving
' Modest In!"' !
Coi::e, see us Ce convinced V
l-jw . farmer Rubens.
Just to Re.', 'a '
y ,jx of
' !"" '" "''.agidn and ten Ii tie,.- i. d a ..d
! ' ""' !;,'! '' ! of r about the fa. r'-. I. -.
u',s thi"ki,,!-- "f U'" ,n!U1'
'thinc.s that wou'd be waiting for l.im I
to eat. His sto.nach was stgnaling ,..,,,, f(. ,( Si (iIV lM( l
for food and he almost bowed nis leg i ' dashed out of their Imu , s and ran
as li" put on speed. to Mr. P.obei t's asM'.-tance. When
He noticed a clay-bank colore I t ill" j they got to him lie resembled a fly in
dining near the curbstone, and that a spider's web. "I feel like shooting
reminded him again of the big feast j the bull," said Mr. Robert when he ic
fiat he -.."as soon to get on the outside j gained hi. eiuiiibiruin.
"f- j He then went honv ;lnl punished
lie .-nubbed the young bovine, b :t i the food.
l'rank Meidirlnd f is Dead.
l-'.-a-.k Mb derhoff, one of tho ..Mt-st
' tit:.:- of ('i.pe Oounty died y.-. I. i--
d:;;' !-!or:un- :;(. the lion.o of hi . do i-h
To", M". . Char'.e ; V.'nT. i , ; '.. "'
.-'..'! el. tan. -t of t;.i-
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For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
' ! th-n b." , t.r Tvrrtj
: ' Snubbed
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til."- t . :.: . ;.(-.(
about the 'j,'
When it be,-a 'o f, , 1 like lo- a.;
p)nfr t ,( ,, Ml, ,;,.,.,..
He is survived by four children, om;
' ! A d. .11 MIederheff v ho livi s in
''mty; and thr. .- dan.- htt r,
, - !o '. tie ly hi: ,- , f ';. .- 1 l.im-
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