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as New at Reasonable Prices. j !
j; Ladies' and Boys' Half Soles . ...35c j
f Ladies' and Boys' Heels I5c f 5
J h Men's Half Soles....... 40c V
j Men's Heels.. 25c j
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Dealer in Chandeliers, Fans, Bells and
Supplies. Estimates Promptly Furnished
All Work Guaranteed.
Prices Very Moderate.
"Women, worn and tired from overwork, need a
tonic. That feeling of weakness or helplessness will
not leave you of itself. You should take Wine of
Cardui, that effectual remedy for the ailments and
weaknesses of women. Thousands of women have
tried Cardui and write enthusiastically of the great
benefit it has been to them. Try it don't experiment
use this reliable, oft-tried medicine.
Tiic Woman's Tonic
Mrs. Hena Hare, of Piercs, Fk., tried Cardui and afterward
wrote: "I was a sufferer from all sorts of female trouble, had
pain ia my side and legs, could not tleap, had shortness of breath.
"I suffered for years, until iuy husband insisted on my trying
Cardui. The first bottle gave mo relial and now I am almost well.
Try Cardui. 'Twill help yo.
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mr. You h prrfoct control oyer the 't
mt all ttmra. thna th coal dran not aa
mjr and tou dun't ba to klcdl tr ia
tl. niorninf llb otMr altHrri. Tbla troly
aunt llraKr la (rawloa la popular favor pear
rtrr year. Ws nvt to doukl our
on th'in thla year. Coot now and make rm
rlwlloa. Wa will fcairo yjor Hfllrf raity
(or ro wbra jaa wlio it put up. (K U)
I u.a au ttfA m m m v m Mmjtm
to tako Cardui. for your female
troubles, because wa are sure It
will help you. Remember that
this great female remedy
has brought relief to thousands of
other sick women, so why npt to
you? For headache, backache,
periodical pains, female weak
ness, many havo said It Is "the
best mediclno to take." Try It!
Sold ia This City
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
State of Missouri. i
County of Cape Girardeau f
In the Circuit Court, May
F. W. Schaofer, plaintiff, vs.
Cora Schaefer, defendant.
Now at this day comes the
plaintiff herein, by his Attorney
J,. H. Doris and files his petition
and , affidavit, alleging, among
other things, that defendant
Cora Schaefer ia not a resident
of the State of Missouri, so that
the ordinary process of law can
not be served upon her within
Whereupon, it is ordered by
the Clerk, that said defendant
be notified by publication that
plaintiff has commenced a suit
against her in this court, the ob
ject and general nature of which
is to obtain a decree of divorce
from the bond3 of matrimony
existing between plaintiff and
defendant upon the following
grounds, towit: abandonment;
and that unless the said Cora
Schaefer lie and appear at this
Court, at the next Term thereof,
to be begun and holden at the
Court House in the City of Jack-
j son, in .said County, on the 1st
; day of May next, and on or bc-
, fore the first day of said term, j
I unless further time be granted j
bv the Court answer or demur !
j to the petition in said cause, the
same will taken as confessed.
1 and judgment will be rendered
j And it is further ordered,
! that a copy hereof, be published,
j according to law, in the Cape
j County Herald a newspaper pub
lished in said County of Cape
Girardeau for four weeks succes
sively, published at least once
a week, the last insertion to be
at least fifteen days before the
first day of said next May term
of this court.
H. L. Hoffmeister,
By Alma Kiehne, Deputy
A true copy( from the record.
Witness my hand, and the
seal of the Circuit Court of
Cape Girardeau County, this
11th day of March, 1911.
H. L. Hoffmeister, Circuit Clerk
Alma Keihne, Deputy Clerk
Trau'c Death In a Foundry.
St. Louis, Feb. 13. Whirled around
a shafting 2,500 times a minute, Mar
tin C. Kuehnert was beaten to death
by his body; striking an- oak beam
, four feet abovtbe revolving shafting.
1 ne accident occurred at ths plant of
a roundry company aer.
and most striking effects
in the over-plaids. If you
are anxious to strike the
note of distinctiveness in
build them for you. Tho
prices are riht and tho
work and fit are rijht.
Come in and ask to see
tho GLOBE, line.
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a,...,,.., ... ...i olil plate.i.-Oa
heam of Hi,- .,...1 nervice at Windsor
cant!o. i lli - rf.cil plnte owmvl ly
oreljjus of , Kwmpe mid hv other per
otin la this country "h well a abroad.
As a matter of fuct,,''tliee to willed
Kold service n'g ' Hi Ivor gilt, and only
a few piece ni pure gold are owued
by the ICimllsti crown or a.'iy utlier
crown. It ui;iy mtrct our render to
learn how tula fire, mercurial or water
Klldlng-for It la known by all of rbo
three muni' Is dune. Vtm gold tinl
mercury im mixed Into a ptn. The
liver article to M glided has Ikwh
chemically clenued. I tuMx-d all over
with thla paste, which baa toon placed
in a allk bag, just a the bine used Id
washing Is put In a bug. When the
piece of plate hna been rubbed over
It Is perfectly white. Tt la thftn put
fnto an oven, and gradually the mer
cury goes off In fumea, leaving on the
article a deposit of pure gold, which
hna practically become one with the
piece of allver and will last for centu
ries. London Cor. New York Post.
Th Opidar Cur.
The request for a "nut to put a spi
der In to cure baby's whooping couch"'
which recently startled a Somerset
shopkeeper recalls, the spider "cures"
of the past There was. and indeed Is.
for instance, that Irish belief In the
web as a remedy for cuts, warts and
bruises and that superstltition of the
eastern counties which credited It with
I)wor to cure fevers. The weaver of
the web, too, was looked upon ns
doctor of medicine.
A note from an undent Notes an!
Queries gives the illustration. "One of
tny parishioners suffering from ague."
wrole a Somerset vicar, "whs advise)
to catch a larjze spider and shut him
up in a box. As he pines away th?
disease is supposed to wear Itself out."
A similar belief prevailed In the south
of Ireland, but there treacle had to b-i
substituted for the box as cofiin for
tho ague healer. Westminster Gazette
Tha Doctor' Joke.
A physician who never goes out at
night without leaving directions as to
where to Dud him If wanted profes
sionally was at a theater near Forty
second street recently with a friend
Just before the curtain went up on
the second act an usher handed him n
note reading: "Come to the office at
once. Ion't telephone. Come." The
note was signed by a colleague, and
the doctor lost no time In obeying the
peremptory summons. Arriving at bis
destination, be was confronted by sev
eral friends, who coolly explained that
he had been used to decide a bet as to
the length of time tt would take to cov
er the distance which he had trav
ersed, . The victim's anger was only
slightly appeased when he was assur
ed that the perpetrators of the joke
knew no one else who was good ns
tured enough to furnish the Informa
tion looked for. New York Tribune.
Putting th Owl t Ua.
There is a choice old recipe, in which
the owl figures, "to make any one
that sleepeth answer to whatsoever
thou ask," glveu In "Physlck For the
Poor,"' published in London in 16o7.
It 8ay9 that you are to "take the heart
of an owl and his left leg and put
that upon the breast of one that
sleepeth, and they shall reveal what
soever thou shalt ask them."
The Hindus, however, declare that
the flesh or blood of nn owl will
make a person Insane .who eats or
drinks it. On this account men who
are devoured by jealousy of a rival or
hatred of an enemy come furtively t
the market aud purchase an owl. In
silence they carry It home and secretly
prepare a decoction, which an accom
plice will put into the food or drink of
the object of their malignant designs.
Wanted a Supply.
"Politics," remarked a Washington
official, "Is a science as well as a cir
cus. One of the funniest things I ever
heard in that connection was about
the cowboy delegate to the constitu
tional convention of Nevada when that
territory was about to become a state.
In the constitution was the stereo
typed paragraph nbout the new state'
having two senators to represent It in
Washington. When It was read to th
convention the cowboy delegate rose
and yelled out: 'What's the use of
limiting !t to two? We're overwhelm
ingly Itepublican, and we can elect as
many as wo want.'" Washington
"Critics are finu chiips," s:id an F.ug
Usb artor. "but I m.ist crbfms Uiut
vvbeu tboy omuli-mii your play you fotl
"I wondor why we cull the people
lu the top of the house goils?' an ac
tross uskd an unsuccessful playwright
" 'Wo do that,' the unsuccessful play
wright answered, 'so us to distinguish
them from the people iu the bottom of
the house who write the ciiticisms.' "
An actor and n reUriii army man
wero discussiug tho rf. of their Ce
"How would you UW t 8t4 wlih
shell liurstluit all rtund youf the
"Well." replied the aetor, "It deiwnd
od the age of the not."
Friend And were you ever la Ven
ice? Mr. IUchqulck Ves. Slowest
town I was ever In. The sewers were
turned all the time we were there!
A Warm Wlcom.
SapU'lKh Are you positive that Mlu
Cutter U not lu? The Maid Tea. ).
I'd louo my Job If I wasn't. Boston
(la -taJI Uall H U 'M
Wouldn't .Yea Like to Enrn
Weeks DisnniJSpsrc Time?
OF COURSE 'YOU WOULD. Any energetic
man or woman, boy or girl in Cape County can do
this simply by calling on their friends and neigh
bors and interesting them in a new proposition.
The work is not hard andean be done without in
terfering with your present occupation. : : :
The publishers of the Herald want a representa
tive attach post office and on every rural route in
the county, and will make an interesting proposi
tion to those desirous of earning a nice, little sum
during their spare time. Energetic boys and girls
over lifteen can also handle the proposition. :
Don't dlay but write a postal today, saying,
"Please send me details of your plan for turning
.my spare time into dollars. Sign your full name
and address, and address it.
EDITOR, THE HERALD
till: mrvm I IsMll U:.IS(iiiiu'A
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ALCOHOL 3 PEK CtNr.
lingdtc Sioaactu andBoMdsi
Promotes DistionJCfef rfi
ncss and RestonlaLts mtlw
Opium .Morphine nor Mineral.
Not NAnc otic.
Aperfrrl Remedy rorCcmslif
ton , iour srouiacn.uiaman
Vornts .Convulsions .reverts
ness and Loss of Sleep.
Facsimile SiShaturr of
Exact Copy of Wtapper,
Wr ani to :outavim-mte wiih a Ganarat Mafcnam
ar an tlacttical Sul Oaatar, with a vie e( r
ro,nnn him our (,-ucrl Salaa ant anl Jkt
tor the H AOS 1 ROM ELECTRIC CORD ADJUST
I'R. in thU County. Wilt aatr caidf applica
lioat trust merchant oi oo (aa Jlu(. Writ taF
i particular to obtaia 601 apttoa ia thii cauaty.
Wav R Wh.n Stata jaal. Dr. L St. Laaia. Ua
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i V;i-t-r.itc.l tr ft"u jtfccl ht, ilmplicitv r..l
leliatuliif nriii'y 40 yiMt. holvl in mat iy
rvcif viiy and town in ll-o UniicJ M ils. miU
CaiiuJ-i, or ly ditcvt, Mni ti'U ih.Lti
any oilier m-ilt?, tjenti lor iitu ctloue,
1Mii uhc ribc-r l)in any other fiihiuti
m.igaxine-ifitU,n numth, In-lMr. I .a.
sl ty)e, jtHrmt dirssrjuk.nij, nuilinrty
p!ta ianj(, Iaij y nrtdie wui 11 ttirrjin,
eiitiurtte, fgood altuies, clc. Oaiy U cent a
bwb-H'tit tuday, or cnd tvr mn.Iu f'; .v
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