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THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1914.
W. Finney of Kennett, visited
friends in this city yesterday.
J. L. Reeves of St. Louis, transacted
business in this city yesterday.
J. Bonkamp of Advance, was a busi
ness visitor in this city yesterday.
I. Hall a banker of Enola, Miss.,
was a business visitor in this city yes
terday.
Attorney Wilson Cramer of Jack
son, was a Cape visitor yesterday.
W. E. Burgess of Redmon, was in
the Cape yesterday on a shopping
trip.
W. C. Hays, a merchant from Allen-
ville, was a business visitor in this
city yesterday.
Miss Ella Williams of Bloomfield,
was in the Cape yesterday on a shop
ping trip.
Harry Smith and Ben Klack of New
el, Iowa, were in the Cape yesterday
on a business trip.
Mr. and Mrs. R. Jones of St. Louis,
are visiting friends in this city.
F. R. Griffith of St. Louis, was a
business visitor in this city yesterday.
R. Dorste, a plumbing supply sales
man of St. Louis, is a business visitor
in this city.
G. G. Goettig, a coal salesman of St.
Louis, is in this city on a business
trip.
J. W. Wakefield, a C. & E. I. con
ductor, of Chicago, is visiting friends
in this city.
L. W. Daniels of Ellington, Iowa,
was a business visitor in this city yes
terday. Frank Jackson of Murphysboro, 111.,
transacted business in this city yes
terday. Phil Ilafncr of Benton, was a busi
ness visitor in this city yesterday.
Clyde Andrews of Poplar Bluff,
transacted business in this city yes
terday. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Penny of St.
Louis, passed through this city yester
day on their way to Jackson, where
thi'y will visit relatives for a few days.
E. L. Markham, an insurance ad
juster of Pine Blufr, Ark., was a busi
ness visitor in this city yesterday.
C. H. Williams, a professor in the
State University at Columbia, Mo.,
was a business visitor in this city yes
terday. W. E. Cage, a coal salesman of Chi
cago, III., was a business visitor in
this city yesterday.
L. A. Hoiioy, a piano salesman of
St. Louis, transacted business in tlris
city yesterday.
We will launder two sheets and two
pillow cases, enough linen for one bed,
for 10 cents, we do it beautifully, too.
Give us a trial. Phone 577. Cape
Steam Laundry.
John C. Supling of St. Louis, was in
this city yesterday attending to some
business matters.
B. B. Blythe of Rochester, X. Y.
transacted business in this city yes
terday. Clarence Craig of Chaffee, visited
friends in this city yesterday.
Henry Puis, Clyde Vandivort and
Alvin Boss were over from Jackson
yesterday on a business trip.
Ar.ie Cook and Charles Casey of
Arbor, were business visitors in this
city yesterday.
Andy Gibbs of Sikeston, was a busi
ness visitor in this city yesterday.
R. B. Andrews, the South Cape
merchant, is in St. Louis on a short
business trip.
O. J. Snider of Fredericktown, vis
ited friends in this city yesterday.
W. H. O'Brien of Cairo, was a busi
ness visitor in this city yesterday.
James A. Finch of Fornfelt, was in
the city yesterday on a business trip.
John W. Garner, a banker of Fred
ericktown, was a business visitor in
this city yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Hugh Morton or
Murphysboro, 111., are in the city visit
ing at the home of Mrs. Morton's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Powers.
Dr. W. T. Rolston was called to
Jackson yesterday on professional
business.
W. A. 1 Fiber, a packing house sales
man of St. Louis, is a business visitor
in this city.
C. A. Brasher and son of Crowder,
Mo., are visiting friends in thi.5 city.
Grover C. Howell, who was arrested
in this city several months ago charg
ed with stealing some brass at Illmo
from the Cotton Belt Ry. company,
was tried in Benton yesterday, result
ing in a hung jury, which is said to
have stood eleven for acquittal and
one for conviction.
R. C. Terry, a liquor salesman of
Louisville, Ky., was in the city yes
terday on a business trip.
C. E. Morgan, a prominent lumber
man of Menfro, is in the Cape on a
business trip.
S. G. H. Taylor, a packing house
representative of St. Louis, transact
ed business in this city yesterday.
L. E. Lotion of Cleveland, Ohio,
transacted business in this city yes
terday. G. W. Stone of Chaffee, was in the
city yesterday on a shopping trip.
A. H. Twente, a hardware sales
man of Cairo, was in the city yester
day supplying the needs of his cus
tomers.
L. H. Pruitt, a prominent farmer of
Whitewater, was a business visitor in
this city yesterday.
J. W. Calley of St. Louis, transacted
business in the Cape yesterday.
F. C. Tucker of St. Louis, is in the
city attending to some matters of busi
ness.
Lew S. Beattey, a St. Louis cigar
salesman, is in the Cape supplying the
needs of his patrons.
H. O. Bourkard, an electric supply
salesman of St. Louis, is a business
visitor in this city. , ,
Thos. Thorsen of Chicago, transact
ed business in this city yesterday.
George F. Becker, a soap salesman
of St. Louis, is in the city on a busi
ness trip.
J. H. Smith, an attorney from
Nashville, Tenn., is in the Cape on
legal business.
Clarence Grant and family were in
the city yesterday and spent the day
visiting Mr. and Mrs. John Taylor,
parents of Mrs. Grant.
J. A. Frohock, a stationery sales
man of St. Louis, was in the city yes
terday visiting local dealers.
C. Jack Sieber, a typewriter sales
man of St. Louis, is in the city on a
business trip.
Robert J. Munchausen, a harness
salesman of St. Louis, is in the city
visiting friends and relatives and look
ing after business interests.
J. M. Hippie of Chicago, was a busi
ness visitor in this city yesterday.
Mrs. J. H. Wicecarver and Miss
Xina Wicecarver of Marble Hill, and
Mrs. M. S. Henderson of Jackson, vis
ited friends and did some shopping in
this city yesterday.
Officers Stone and Whitener were
called to a mover's camp on Sloan
Creek in the north section of the city,
to quell a disturbance last evening.
One of the young men in the party
had grown turbulent and whipped his
parents, and on their complaint, the
ofiicers arrested him and placed him
in the city jail.
While engaged in a practice game
of foot ball yesterday afternoon,
G lither Ranney, a high school boy, the
son of H. B. Ranney of this city, re
ceived injuries that will perhaps pre
vent him from participating in any
games during the remainder of the
season.
His injuries were caused by a col
lision with another player, in which
the flesh was torn from the ball of
his left thumb, and the member was
dislocated.
The injured lad was accompanied to
the office of a surgeon, who dressed
his wounds, and afterwards conveyed
him to his home.
Rev. W. M. Batterson will deliver a
free lecture tonight at the court
house. His subject will be "Judgment
Dav of the Xations."
Carl Williams is working as night
clerk at the Idanha while Ben Juden,
the regular man, is away on a short
vacation.
J. M. Hippie and J. O. Snoddy of
Chicago, are business visitors in this
city.
D. E. Scheniman, a merchant of
Xcely's Landing, was in the Cape yes
terday on a business trip.
S. C. Bushnell of St. Louis, a travel
ing representative, of the Mo. Pac.
Ry. company, transacted business in
this city yesterday.
J. Hagel of Bui to, Mont., is visiting
friends in this city.
Joe Sams of Whitewater, was in the
city yesterday with a load of farm
produce.
G. W. Goodson of Oak Ridge, arriv
ed in this city yesterday and will
spend a few days visiting at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wills.
D. J. Keating of Taylorville, 111., is
in this city on a business trip.
Joe Wilson of Dexter, transacted
business in this city yesterday.
Bert Walker of Taskee, was in the
Cape yesterday doing some shopping.
William A. Gaddis of Poplar Bluff,
transacted business in this city yes
terday. Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Sarff of Gideon,
Mo., are in the city on a shopping
trip.
Win. D. Quini and F. G. Fairboat of
St. Louis, transacted business in this
city yesterday.
Sam Ruhstadt of Cincinnati, was in
this city yesterday on a business trip.
James O'Brien of Xew York City,
was in the Cape yesterday looking af
ter some business interests.
C. G. Allen of Westervelte, Ohio, is
a business visitor in this city.
W. G. Turner of St. Louis, transact
ed business in this city yesterday.
A. B. Yates of Paducah, was in this
city on a business trip yesterday.
V. J. Schumacher of St. Louis, is a
business visitor in this city.
John C. Shuling of St. Louis, trans
acted business in this city yesterday.
W. D. Trickey and L. A. Goodwin
of Jackson, passed through this city
yesterday on their way to St. Louis.
Harry Smith and Ben Clark of
Newell, Iowa, are in the city with the
view of purchasing some farm lands
in this vicinity.
Elbert Fenwick, clerk at the Idanha
spent Tuesday at his home in Perry
ville, where he "went to cast his vote
He returned to the Cape yesterday
morning.
John Withers of Allenville, visited
friebd in this city yesterday.
J. C. Elliot of Chicago, was a busi
ness visitor in this city yesterday.
R. E. Estel of Perryville, visited
friends in this city yesterday.
E. B. Roblee, a grocery salesman, of
Sikeston, transacted business in this
city yesterday.
F. P. Haus of St. Louis, was a busi
ness visitor in this city yesterday.
Willis Hoskins of Arbor, was in the
city yesterday on a shoppoing trip.
Jake Hitt and R. H. Ruezel of Al
lenville, came to the Cape yesterday
to do' some shopping.
Charles Noland of Neely's Landing,
visited friends in this city yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Hitt of Allen
ville, visited friends and did some
shopping in this city yesterday.
D. J. Heard departed yesterday for
Hayti, where he will join a number of
friends on a big hunting trip.
August Siit and Charles Parker of
Bell City, were in the Cape yesterday
purchasing farm supplies.
Will Orth and W. C. Malone of St.
Louis, were business business visitors
in this city yesterday.
J. H. Rust of Troy, Ind., a drainage
contractor, was in the city yesterday
on business.
Otto Miller of St. Louis, was a busi
ness visitor in this city yesterday.
Mercer Wilson, Charles Stehr and
Charles Ove"rstolz motored to Com
merce yesterday afternoon.
Herman Bremmerman and Henry
Haman spent election day hunting
squirrels and gathering pecans in
Illinois.
Ducks were to be seen from the
river front almost all day yesterday.
Large numbers floated down the river
during the day.
Miss Freda Wipperman has resumed
her work as stenographer at the Com
mercial Club after an absence of sev
eral weeks, during which time she was
engaged in teaching stenography at
the business college.
Wm. J. Schumsy and H. R. Leonard
of St. Louis, were business visitors in
this city yesterday.
Jeff Williams of Illmo, a Frisco
bridge man, transacted business in
this city yesterday.
J. A. Schulte, John Westyheling, P.
C. Simmons, M. J. Kcrwin, John R.
Dorlac and P. T. Bolz were St. Louis
business visitors in this city yesterday.
Ben Juden, the night clerk at the
Idanha Hotel, is taking a short vaca
tion.
A. A. Troft of Advance, was in the
city yesterday purchasing some farm
supplies.
John Smith of Paradise, was in this
city yesterday negotiating for the pur
siase of a carload of corn.
A fine baby boy arrived yesterday
morning at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
E. G. Fisher at 602 Bellcvue street.
Mrs. George Talley departed yester
day for Ware Station, 111., where she
will visit for a week with relatives.
Dr. R. Lee Williams and Mr. and
Mrs. W. E. Davis of Point Pleasant,
were visiting friends in this city yesterday.
L. C. Stalker o fSt. Louis, was a
business visitor in this city yesterday.
W. L. Proffer of Illmo, was in the
city yesterday on a shopping trip.
C. A. Davis of Milwaukee, was in
this city yesterday attending to some
matters of business.
Henry Bode has been quite sick for
several days and is now confined to
his homo on South Hanover street.
F. C. Flores and L. L. White of
Chaffee, were in this city yesterday
on a shopping trip.
George W. Graham, a grocery sales
man of Farmington, is in the city to
day looking after the wants of his
patrons.
M. K. Gillespie of St. Louis, a dry
goods salesman, is in this city on a
business trip.
William Orth of St. Louis, was a
business visitor in this city yesterday.
J. W. Stout of St. Louis, special
representative for a condensed milk
manufactory, was in the city yester
day on a business trip.
P. P. McVeigh, of St. Louis, trans
acted business in this" city yesterday.
W. P. Bradford of Memphis, a reg
ister salesman, was a business visitor
in this city yesterday.
J. W. Ellis of Ste. Genevieve, is a
business visitor in this city. j
P. R. Smith departed yesterday af
ternoon for a business trip in the
southern part of the state.
Otto Kochtitzky, Jr., returned yes
terday afternoon from a short busi
ness trip to St. Louis.
Mrs. William Kendall departed yes
terday afternoon for New Madrid, her ;
old home, where she will visit with
relatives and friends.
Rev. W. M. Batterson, who was bill
ed to lecture at the court house this
cvenig on "Judgment Day of the Na
tion,"' has been compelled to cancel
his engagement and cannot appear in
this city as intended-
J. H. Himmelberger returned yes
terday afternoon -from Morehouse,
where he. has been looking, oyer his
extensive land and timber interests.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Brissenden return
ed yesterday afternoon from Fornfelt,
where they had been visiting their son,
Ralph Brissenden.
P. A. Hoch departed yesterday
morning for a hunting and fishing trip
in Shannon County.
Howard Miller, Harvey Miller and
A. Graves of Chaffee, were business
visitors in this city yesterday.
B. F. Hafer of Kansas City, arrived
in this city yesterday and will super
intend some of the construction on the
river front improvement.
Iska Carmack of this city, has filed
suit in the Common Pleas Court, for
divorce from her husband, Jas. Frank
Carmack.
, Plaintiff also asks for custody of
their infant child, Rodney Whitelaw
Carmack.
The suit is based on the charge of
abandonment and non-support.
G. W. Tidwell of St. Louis, was :
business visitor in this city yesterday.
Paul Trice of St. Louis, transacted
business in this city yesterday.
Alice S. Goodin, Kathryn Goodin
and Mrs. Clara E. Graham of Charles
ton, are attending the teachers' meet
ing being held in this city.
A. P. Bcthune of Portageville, was a
business visitor in this city yesterday
T. A. Moore of Memphis, transacted
business in this city yesterday.
J. W. Summerskiel of St. Louis, was
in the Cape yesterday attending to
some matters of business.
M. A. Johnson of Foplar Bluff, is
visiting friends in this city.
C. C. Snider of Chicago, was in the
Cape yesterday looking after some
business interests.
H. F. Galaneer of Delta, was in the
city yesterday on a shoping trip.
Xenophon Caverno of Kewance, was
in the Cape yesterday on a business
trip.
J. A. Rigdon and family of Sikes
ton, were in the Cape yesterday on a
shopping expedition.
Leroy Smith of Canalou, is in the
city on a shopping trip.
Mr. and Mrs. S. V. Estcs of Marble
Hill visited friends in this city yes
terday.
C. E. Allen of Kennett, was a busi
ness visitor in this city yesterday.
James A. Finch of Fornfelt, was a
business visitor in this city.
Milton Haas of Sikeston, was a
business visitor in this city yesterday.
IL Hibner of Chaffee, was in the
city yesterday on a shopping trip.
A. H. Akers of Farmington, is at
tending the teachers' convention being
held in this citv .
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Brown and son.
Gertrude Wolf, Margaret Baugh, Mrs.
Cynthia Addis. Mrs. Xannie Eaton,
Hattie Johns, Maude Rinewolt, Tilmon
Porterfield, L. F. Blackwell, Floyd
Bricker and Guy T. McGee, of Bonne
Terre are in the city attending the
teachers' convention.
A hunting party composed of John
Harris, Will Kopper and Silas Beal de
parted early this morning for the
woods west of Dutchtown.
J. J. Burke of Kansas City, was a
business visitor in this city yesterday.
Mrs. Stella Cruse of Grand Tower,
visited friends in this city yesterday.
Dr. P. Mayfield of Portageville, was
in the city yesterday on a business
trip.
Mi s. L. A. Frank of Sikeston, visited
friends in this city yesterday.
H. L. Bowman of Longiown, visited
friends in this city yesterday.
James R. Grabenhorst of St. Louis,
transacted business in this city yes
terday.
Rosine Dickman and Myrtle Gilli-
land of Dexter, were in the city yes
terday visiting friends and doing some
shopping.
G. W. McFarlanc of St. Louis, was
in the city yesterday on business.
W. D. Grove of Poplar Bluff, arrived
in the Cape yesterday to attend the
teachers' convention now in session
in this citv.
Mattie Henry, Grace Faust, Callye
Faust, Anna Shelby and Lela Shelby
of Charleston, arc attending the teach
ers' meeting being held in this city.
II. C. Prather and Louis M. Layer
of Parma, arrived in the city yester
day to attend the teachers' convention.
Ella Mae Johnson, Mary Flager,
Mary Dunn, Cora F. Gill,'W. T. Clop
ton and R. W. Hoffman, of Piedmont,
arrived in the city yesterday and will
attend the teachers' convention.
Gertie Smith of Bloomfield, arrived
in the Cape this morning enroute ta
her home from St. Louis where r.ho
ias been visiting for sometime.
C. L. Storiss, a lumberman of Ad
vance, was a business visitor in this
city yesterday.
D. Graham of Sikeston, was in the
city on a business trip.
Steamer Rees Lee is due to arrive
from St. Louie sometime this after
noon.
William Misenheimer of Allenville,
transacted business in this city yester
day. H. C. Phelps of Hot Spring?. Ark.,
is in the Cape looking afrer some busi
ness interests.
James Ivie of Chillicothe, transacted
business in this city yesterday.
II. S, McLeary, prominent farmer
from the Bend, was in the city yes
terday doing some shopping.
Joe Williams of Jackson, was a busi
ness visitor in this city yesterday.
Harry Williams of Bertrand, is vis
iting relatives m this city.
Wash Miller, cashier of the Oak
Ridge Bank, was a business visitor
in this city yesterday.
Zelia HolmaJi of Sikeston, spent
Sunday visiting friends, in this city.
W. J. Everett of Toleda, was a busi
ness visitor in this city yesterday.
G. F. Richards cf St. Louis, is in
the Cape looking after some business
interests.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Daues departed
yesterday morning for St. Louis,
where they will visit for a few days
with Mr. Daues' brother.
A. B. Hannon of St. Louis, was a
business visitor in this city yesterday.
Louise Kain has brought suit for
divorce from her husband Xatr
Kain, on the grounds of cruelty. Piain
tiff is represented by Attorney H. E.
Alexander.
John Frenzel has accepted a large
tin roofing contract for Wm. Suede
kum on his farm houses between Gor
donville and Dutchtown.
Slivers Wolf of Chaffee, was ?n
city yesterday visiting friencis.
David Schultz, son of R. H. Schultz,
V. P. & G. M. of the C. G. & X. Ry.
company, is confined at his home with
diphtheria.
Dr. -G. W. Walker with a party of
Chaffee friends, departed yesterday
for the hills of Carter County where
they will spend a week on a hunting
tvip.
O. D. Snerley returned yesterday
from a short business trip to St. Louis.
-Martin Lorberg and Henry Ulrich
snent Sunday in the woods south of
the Cape, gathering nuts.
Percy Osterloh. with his mother and j
sisters, motored to St. Mary's Sunday !
where they spent the day with friends i
H. J. Bowman of Advance, is a busi- I
ness visitor in this city. !
E. Chancellor, Wm. Schofield, X. j
Taylor and O. M. Fanell of St. Louis, I
are business visitors in this city.
D. II. Ingram of Atlanta, Ga., is
visiting friends in this city.
Dr. Vorbeck returned yesterday
from a short business trip to St.
Louis.
While chopping some kindling Sun
day afternoon, a stick flew up and
struck Harry Ray over the eye, caus
ing a painful injury.
Albert Summers has moved from
his former home on South Spanish
street to the Bauerlo poperty at the
coi ner of Good Hope and Pacific
streets.
Herman Bremmerman and family
spent Sunday in the woods, returning
in the evening with a wagon load of
walnuts and pecans.
C. H. Griesemeyer, a grocery sales
man of St. Louis, is a business visitor
in this city.
Ralph Harris, a cigar salesman of
Kansas City, was a business visitor
in this city yesterday.
A. H. Robinson of Kansas City, an
automobile salesman, visited local
dealers in this city yesterday.
I. M. Cahill of Poplar Bluff, visited
relatives in this city yesterday.
Otto Kochtitzky, Jr., departed yes
terday morning for a short business
trip.
S. E. Elmore, a drainage man from
Chicago, was a business visitor in this
city yesterday.
P .P. McVeigh of St. Louis, trans
acted business in this city yesterday.
H. A. Putnam, a merchant of Par
ma, was in the Cape yesterday making
purchases from a traveling salesman
who had his samples on display at a
local sample room.
D. B. Kevil and J. S. Kevil, grain
dealers of Sikeston, spent Sunday in
this city visiting friends.
W. H. Pinkcrton, a plow salesman
from Sparta, 111., is a business visitor
in this city.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Kauffman, Mr. and
Mrs. M. Kauffman, Mr. and Mrs. Ar
thur Thistlewood and J. Kauffman of
Cairo, motored to the Cape Sunday,
returning to their homes in the even
ing. A. Blank has been compelled tem
porarily to abandon his work as baker
at Kaess' bakery, and is being reliev
ed by Edgar Fossil.
A large party of Cape citizens at
tended the shooting match at Richard
Spalding's, two milessouthwest of this
city yesterday afternoon.
W. H. Brooke of Chaffee, a Frisco
bridge foreman, was in the city yes
terday on a business trip.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W.vHarrison and
K. C. Spence of Bloomfield, were Cape
visitors yesterday. Mr. Harrison and
Mr. Spence were here on political busi
ness, and Mrs. Harrison spent the day
shopping.
E. C. Wilson, a soap salesman of
Kansas City, transacted business in
this city yesterday.
Dr. Joseph F. Brritwciser of St.
Louis, was in the city yesterday on
professional business.
Oscar Martin of Little Rock, trans
acted business in thj city yesterday. !
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