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Capa Cirardeau, Missouri, Friday, February 24. I9ll.
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HAIL SACK CLEARS
IV ria. HI.. Feb. 22.-ThoP.cv.
Charles Edwin P.urdette, brother
of "Del.' Burden, the humor-
TEH HIGH SCHOOLS I
WILL CONTEST SOONi
Hpnot;t Craven Cc jr.
A mental and j hys seal wreck .
Real titate Exchangta
Mary KilUlh Kinder to Ki
rs E. Proffer, lots 4 ami 5 in
The County Court appropriated :jcct to illustrate the powers of .;twn of Stroderville. survey No.
?t the 'art se
to be uwfd !
ion fifty dollars. ifrvf li-T h'.nn
y Superintendent! 19 years o'.J. cf St. Jo-ern.
;r.M, for prizes and medals
Oien Ear- 22:7.
30. raigp 11-
CITY COUNCIL MET DEFEATED C:r;i;-.GS
MONDAY NIGHT! AVD T,0tL '
The city dad.s met la -t Monday
right p.rA tra-: :acUd ,;ir a t"i ;
of iraiortar.t business. ., !
Io., was taken to the Stat? hoy-; Mary S.'Wiison to 15 uric? (John,
ist, -i- bem
thirty year?, of any blam in! to he awarded to different -:pital for insane Saturday. Hoc ! action 10. township 02. range car"? hi with such painful
connection with the disappear-1 lges, at a field day meet i.t the jpiul recor is show oung Parbre ' 13--40 fccre3-$iV'0. Harity, that the council
Protests from property own
The (:..- N-.m
t'-:. m r : ;r 1 J. jn?
S; r:r:ghhi v. i;cr
b.ill r-rnonte u ;i ,
Tr.e to-im woik of
aneeof SZfrV) from a registered county ,eat. during some time
letter package pent out by thejthis coming April. The- whoo!.
Peoria Post OfTico, of which he; that arc to participate are:
was rogris.try clerk. Oak Ridge, P-H-ahor.la-:, Tilsit,
The mystery, which has U?cn . Grdfnvi!I'1 and I'g pt Mills. In
a cloud n Purc'ette's lifemtl.K :the d--darr.atory content there is
his home to;-., and which turr-.to he one rTT"r.iat:vc from
his old f r i r r. d a : each oi the schools, and meaal.-?
va-. f:o)ved by an .will bf award"d for the v.hihivz
boy ar.'i virl. Then there v. ill
he a rrade cor;tet and vf
permitted the hyrnotisl, wh
a perlorrr'ancc a
theater, to u.e him a? a subject,
for two-ni-hla. lie proved an
c.xceiler.t .u!jeet the f;r;-:t tiiht
nik'ht he wa
' Frederick L. Cerier to S. L. j the slate of civic i;r; roverr,!
P-.wrr.j-n. block A, in town of 'No more attempts for ' tre t
Poc&hor.tas-.U2i'.i. jproventer.l will be rr.ude a'
Hy. J. Wernc r to Otto Werner. ', pre.,r.t.
.'ct ion 2f., t'-.vr.:-h:; CI, iare, An ..i-diranee v.a,-. pae !
.', 2-2') acres" ?2r3. ;propriat;n; ;f..-.vO f-irthe p jn.
put und'-r the ir.Huerjce even
more easily. The next day he
cxhibiti-1 signs of insanity.
Prizes wiil aho !e p en
r the bt-t J.i'i-it of h hoo
nrawjny:. black and white; color
d crayon; ' v. a'.er
ketches ; n:an
PRESENT COLD WAVE
SAVES FRUIT TREES
l n '2 9.
I'. -uky Co.. a corporation, al! cf j harr.e.-:s. ii:'.- team wi;I be u.-ed e !vh
by the city m drawing the Ktrcct . r-ov.-.d real U
K':"!a ha.v o;
a io "ILr
W. O. Powman to Painter 'cf a span of mule-, a wa.o.-i and : ;
i ..: s in C and 7 in block 19,
Caj-e Girardeau S'5'). 'swecer, hauling material,
:L. L. Poiaehe to Dina Wood v. v.'ork that h r.w dor:e hy
l l 7. P.. 1).. Ca;.e Girardeau , l
I Dina Wohv and T. II. Woodv : 's instrumental in prtttin.
That the cold weather and fnow 1 t-i Mercer D. V'ilson. lot 7. in ordinance r-as.sod.
colors; pen of this v. eek has driven the pap ! tl. D.. Cane Girardeau - tZ. 02. i The county treasurer iiot
drawing, compo- back in the fruit tree, and in-! Darbara Fulbrijrht to John F. i irigr suflicient funds to turn ovrl "Iocued," owir to
lir.Z i sur; n?e eis.-j in
thiilhar.d of the C
'their defeat rather hrd.
hav-j second half thi Cape be:
. it ion I'ouks and examination sures a bumper crop thia year, Fulbriht. the west 4-2 of lot 4. ! to the city, donated to-1 the local boys
dajree. vett-an of the papers. There wiil be anaprti- is the opinion of fruit growers ; section S3, range 11, containing i wards paying for the erection of i with, but on
i V) acres 100.
Sloan Creek bridge, a county war- jance the hem? boy;
eu many or
The ?3 ,."' tii.-'appearo'
it wais put. ir.tf. twel-.e r-:i: tere.v
let', jr the hfe John Com ? toe K'
The . e id'-nce was al! against
ycunjz Pu-dette, and as the fn.-t
inve-".'gatio!i had been made
C'irn.-'.t'vck demanded that GcTi-
Civil War and Postmaster at . cultural judging conte.-t for Ujys ; in this necUcn.
Peoria .who died last year, im- on corn, horses and cows. There A few days ago the
mediaWV discharge the registry will be three prizes in this con-; were unea?y over the unusual !son, lot 4, in Cape Girardeau, draw 6 per cent interest until! superiors; scon.
terj. test, first, second and third. .warm weather, out now all dang-
ComsTOek carried the matter One day wiil be devoted to the er of premature budding is over.
to Washington and an inspector games usually had at field meets With fair conditions the remain- j
came t!ev.'n from Chicago to make and prizes will also be awarded der of the season the crop will
a full ripwi. He recommended in these. i surpass that of last year.
that Puiuttte be discharged, but The snow also has been a great
the Po:.:tma:ter refused to dis- Central Waited! help iu wheat, and farmers are
charge hmt, and Burdette con- Last Saturday night the young : now predicting a good wheat
tinued as registry7 clerk. ladies at the telephone exchange 'crop.
Curdette was working to get called out the fire department to
, ere n
rrowers,' Adolph Nabe to J. F. Master- rant for that amount which will j enough to prove they were ihe'r
! "Glad vs." The rates to be
Lectured at Normal. charged'hus patrons were f.xed! M'"oun's Oldest Printer
money to study for the ministry. 'extinguish a blaze at the ex- CAPE GIRARDEAU TO
A few yvars after the Com-, change. When the fire company ; HAVE LAEOR BUREAU
stock money was missed he left arrived, the lire was not to be;
the Post OlTice and went to Prown found, as the flue had already; The .state free labor bureau
University, ihen to Newton burned out. The girls again re-; maintained at St. Louis, Kansas
Academy, ad whei: he was or- sumed their seats and answered , City and St. Joseph have proved
dair.ed as a master, was assign- waiting-calls. . themselves of so inestiminable
ed as a mi.sjiona.ry in Assam, - - ' value to unemployed that a bill
India. He now has a pastorate , Broke Mose i3 now pending in the legislature
at Springfield, i'&ss. Mrs. Joseph Hunter who was; to extend them to smaller cities.
All this time he prayed that the guest of Mrs. Louis P. The cities included in the pro-
in some way, the mystery oi the houck oi tnns city iasc t nuay, poseel extensions are. fcpnn.neid, audience of ladies were present intro luced by Representative
missing money wight be cleared had the misfortune to trip on a ' Joplin. Sedalia. Hannibal, Mo-!and pronounced her talk a good Frank H. Sosey of Marion Coun-
up for his own vindication. rug, throwing r.er to toe iioor, Lerly and Cape Girardeau. one
Into the postal repair shop at breaking her r.ose and fractur-
San Francisco a fe a-days ago an ing her wrist. She hassuffm-d
old bettered sack was sent to be considerably from the lnjune
patched. It was a veteran and
to renair it meant practically to HEROIC EFFORTS SAVE
range 2 51CW. paid, .'.he first ?,ational bar.k!
August J. Nagel and wife to .cashed said warrant on addition- !
John M. Cotner. 1 acre, section 2 per cent interest. The!
x tr.w-ncKin f rriifT ir? -?"!07 . ' alxjve warrant falling' due in i'1
' ; ; i:it: (;i'i..i.i. v
t Abernathv to Chas. ! The fee of a. special council,
S i i i t
I) Ctxtvfr 1n r.0 nfrp KPrtifn L IL Kelso, draf tir? Frisco cr-S rei:'r-'"-ooa, I".
. . i- t t ... - ' on,-! r o Ti ".
We Want News.
We desire to get the local ;?.-
peiiins from every rural district
"y or.e cesirir g
m i to furnish lea! items from their"
? v.'rite us
'i tnu-ncJiin '.& nnora 19- $7fifi clinance was & owed Tr.ob in
At vii iiiUM w t - - --- -
Hugi Kirn to Rhoda E. Reaves, i eluding expenses, stenographic
; -, -J c
fzr?Ahh you psrer
ni also irivea II her-
lot 28 in Cape Girardeau, $3150. j work, etc, during the time he j co...m..-s;on on suvscnption.
T. J. Browning and wife to F.: was at work on the Frisco get-1 Any one that will phone .No. 2.
M Gilder all S. 1-2 of lot 3. tlement. He was allowed $1,000. an4 tejl U3 of news., we will
block 2. in Morgans second ad-1 A. C. Jaynes" was given a H- lad:' Pr,rit lt ar'd appreciate
dition w Jackson
Miss Lfjuise M. Stanley, head ; by the council.
of tiOme economics at the State : -j--. -
University, gave an interesting Monument at Hannibal
lecture at the Normal last Mon-; The House Committee on Ap-
day afternoon. A goodly sized ; propriations approved the bill
T. U. Parker.
City, Mo., who holds the record
as betrg the
Missouri in po
NEW DALTON FACTORY
make a new sack.
The first man to inspvet the -
sack decided it needed a new Last Sunday afternoon about
bottom, and with a knife he rip- uvt w UK: UUOTIS OI 1 ui"
ped the leather bottom. There
lar Pluif were .startled bv the
he saw above it a big mnniia
envelope, caught by t?4e coiners
which served prad'cally as a
He opened the envelope and
found it to contain th twelve
Comstock letters and th.-hissing
?:!,r.o0, which had been . ivander
i r.g about the c va r i t ry fr- thirt y
When the finding of the ov.ney
was re-ported to the Peoria fe.t
Oi.lce. friends tele
Mr. Purd.4te that
hanging over him
o long had
information that Plack river
was about to w ash away the new
Dalton Adding -Machine Co.'s
building. After the alarm was
given many people hurried to
scene and worked untiringly to
turn the water. After several
hours of diligent work the stream
was turned thus preventing fur
ther damage. Kvery available
team was drafted into service
and the prisoners were taken
from the city jail t aid in the
It is sui:
Louis C. Porgfeid
Minnie M. Wedtkind
Gerle L. Warnake
The-:.. J. Peal
Cornelia L Hart..
Ld. N. Gray
Vindrew J. How ard
Sarah 11. Pillctt. . .
Lunda M. Yount. . .
remedied without much co.-t '
and will be perfectly safe in the
Skipped Board Bill.
OT.ccr Kage went to Jaekiio.n
last Friday and arre-teJ L). E.
ter, ''I Pierre, who jumped a board bill
CaL, ft Chaffee. He was taken before 1
, Ja. r. J'a hyc Wilier here .Saturday;
Cape ; morning, w here he paid his '
. .Cairo, ill 'b'.ard bill and costs, all total'
Ca; -e amounting to if 17.41 I
. . .Jackson , " j
....Jackson:. Reused cf Stealing. j
Scopus ; Pock Sullivan, an employuof!
Marble HilptV Kimmel barn, was arrested1
' ' by officer Stevens, accused of ap-1
Gov. Hadley, last Thursday, propriating $2 belonging to
added the names of W. H. II irscli Charles Prown. He gave bail i
and I. P. Kelso of this city, to i to. appear later and .-tand trial. p
the list of delegates he appointed !
.several weeks ago to attend the i Vm- Wamr- Jr- ar:'1 1,cn
Southern tJcmnvrcii' Congress j OlKTmiller of Jack.n, left Tues
which will be in ses-ios, at At- . kerning for Hot Springs,
lanta, Ga.. March 7-9. Vi UJ-!KM j
- i for rheumatism. Mr. Ohermiller ! LL1
F. W. Fler.tge returned hvrntMhas b-en sufTering for several j ft
' froio Washington L;;t Sunday. e U with this disease.
9" r-A r-i r- r"
Since I have moved to my new studio in Ihe Grissorn
building I have now the best equipped studio south of
St. Louis and to advertise my czw studio, during Feb
ruary I will make you one dozen cl my $4.00 and
54.50 per dozen photos lor :::::::: :
We v. ill make only on' dozen to a family. These photos
are mounted on the very latest mounts and finished in the
very best material that can be had. You are specially
invited to visit onr studio and inspect this work whether
you want photos or not. Don't.miss this chance. This
is the greatest bargain ever given in photos. Our loss is
your gain. Cloudy weather is no object. Our skylight
is made cf ground hammered glass the only one of this
kind south of St. Louis and is specially adapted for dark
weather. We can make your picture in any kind of
weather. , Studio open 9 to 4 on Sundays. Watch our
rhow window for the lateat style.
Dria us your Kodack wcrk, we will give
it Special Attention
i Ti.nter m
service at at the case celebrated
his 73rd birthday last Saturday.
He set type with 'dark Twain
ty, providing for the erection of xnan n:t-v J''-iirs at
,a $10,000 Mark Twain menu-' Hannibal and has been at the
iment in Harjubal. !case continuously for oS years
i Mr. Sosey and Sidney J. Roy, jr;ext June- Ue v. ns born in
secretan'of the Hannibal Com- j Canada. y
;rnercial Club, appeared before! '
! the committee in behalf cf the "IT WASN'T LOADED"
! bill which authorizes the Govern-' SERIOUSLY HURTS TWO
or to appoint a commission of
!five to 5iujervise the erection cf! i:arl Hayes. 10-years-oid. wa
the memorial. fatally wounied and his broth-
' The Appropriations Committee ier- John- 17 -vears cf age, was
also decided to set a.-ide $17.Vj;l'alnfjny injured Sunday after
: for the use of the Missouri Water- j n'M'jn whon a pistol which the
ways Commission for the next i,,J?r -vouth was examining was
I two years. exploded. Earl is reported dy-
i " . ting at the home of his father.
Kouck o Carry Wail. ' jLon I-Jayt . of near Ash Ii!l.
Iast Saturday was the last trip ; Butler county. When th weapon
! for the mail auto; hereafter the! was discharged the bullet tore
Houck train will carry the t. S. : through John's left ban find
lue to b.; conti
mail. There will cont
a double mail service- bet
Jackson and ttiis city. The first
mail will b'uve here at C:'.') a.
! m. ; returning will leave Jackson
;at 10 a. m. At '' p. in., the sec
ond mail goes cut, returning to:
j the Cape at 5:.o0 p. m. ; 11. II. Parry, ai tant Frisco
: Th" train serv iee went into cf-; engineer has r.ovl los family
: feet hist Monday. ; here, and has U gun preparations
HAVE BEGUN VOKK
Ir. Pen a::d Mis-, Mary r:
for the co::teinp'ated
, rt.ef.t5 al"io: the levee.
I Mr. Parry has charge cf the
Simms1 Llodel Studio
Crissotn Kaildini, Corof r Er5.iJy aai Spaiiish Streets
: cntertaint-vl a few friends at ' work of reUn! ling the levee, re
: their home at the corner of Fred- J layircg tracks, building the sea
, cricks and Themis streets, ' wall and making o.tber im; rove-
Wednesday night, in honor of ' nients called for itt the agree
; their cousin. Miss Frances Pad-1 merit between the Frisco &i id tlie
1 ler of Texas. Quite an enjoya: !e , city.
! time was "had by those who at-j The engineers have i-everal
tended. Those present ere: j men now working along the levee
j Mr. and Mrs. Dittlir.ger, Mr. and-dir.g the survey work.
j Miss Emile Thilenis. Mr. and1 -
i Mrs. W. C. Partels, Misses Ida; Moxio Manuel, the -'iron ntan"
jHirsch. Clara Partels; Cora audio? the Southern !,asehall h agne
! Alma Schraeder. Pertha VV.th-!U to pet a try.jt ..;:th tho St.
icrs, Maud Hitt and Grace Sharp.
! southeast Miseouri boy.
! It : Te.-re., j.
I Wednesday f r I ii.Quoin, lib, to, game hi re for Perry i
j visit relatives and to bo treated j signed up with the New
I by an expert doe tor for threat ' gum b;. Ttsivaj is a ;
i trouble. M
toxio is a
.. I. as
id r -i
Miss Pogers wiil be land wiil rno.-.t likely i.ea'
absent for sxlntvA three weeks. 1 with the major leaguers.