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STfiLHOIiS & r
JACKS FOR
YEAR OF IQII
I will have at my barn
in West Jackson, for
the season of 1911
for breeding purposes
3 stallions and 8 jacks
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The Percheron Stallion Mike is 7 years old, 10 1-2 hands
high, sired by Cberi No. 37702. Mike has the host style ami
action; he LS wide out.with good vmte, springy ribs and
heavy, clean, flat bone and big foot - just the kind to breed
toso as to raise large roomy mares to breed mules from.
The fine Rep. Stallion Star Denmark. Jr., No. 18:31, in
Vol. 5, of the American Saddle Horse Register. He was
sired by the noted Saddle Stallion Star Denmark, Sr., No.
51, etc., dam of Star Denmark, Jr., was Maud.
Also, Hilly Walnut, a standard bred. Rex. No. -IS'Ool',
sired by Old Walnut Boy, Reg. No. HJ18, record 2.111-2, dam
Ronnie Fewell. afnoted brood mare. Hilly Walnut is a com
ing 4 year old, solid black, full 10 hands high. He will be
permitted to eerve"a limited number of mares up to June
the lath, at $15 to insure a live colt, after which time he
will o in training.
These eight Jacks are simply as good as the best. The
4 Jacks, King Holt. King Adams, King Mc, and King Boy
are my four Kings that I use for my Herd Jacks.
The rest of them. 4 in mini her, is a bunch of coming
3-year-olds, pimply as genu as can be found anywhere. I
now have in my barn the best bunch of Jacks that Fever
owned, and parties living 'at a distance who have mares to
breed will do well to come to my barn, for I have .". Stallions
and 8 Jacks, ready for .er vice.
TEEMS - To insure live colts that will ftand and suck
Service fee. $10 on all Jacks unci Stallion except Billy Wal
nut. King Hell, and Kin fir Adams will i-erve ,h nrets as fol
lows: $1(1 it' the colt should l,e a .le-rret colt, and SA" if the
colt should be a Jack. colt. Mor.ey when the fact is as
certained or when the mare istiacled or seel, and those hav
ing mares served will he considered as making such agiec-
merit, i he eolt will
Care i r.ix-n to v.vt v;
ble sho;i!d pny cur.
I : ! . have a
and I!- rk:-Lire Hog.--l.ia
v! -i - .
servie'.'.
be h Id as
accii'ent,
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the br.sir.c-s m;:ii, lect'vie i f i;s fUstinct ( i n ri"eojiiIjAakie
to" h irri i t ! iv. : : : 1 1 s M ON A P(." 1 1 ej nr.ieis are able t(.pr !r.ce
more ork: in a day. I'o t'l-'e' c, (iVt r. MONAHC Ii i.iiillT
TOl.TH means and even day's work and : : : :
"No Three O'clock Fatigue"
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w ep, i;.:e ti ei ';:
M(.N ! lii A I'.'A; .':i.M
ee;i-ee tho j..!.!: !.-.
The Monnrch Typevdfer Co,
The Cape County Herald
$1.00 per yznr
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security tint:! tYo is pahl.
liut I will no!
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ill blooded i 'j)a"! (."r.i!
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. lii - exclusive foatutv of ;.
the M O N A II C II I V P E-
Y II 1 T K U should interest
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Air. Ord
!? Tumi Amateur Petcctlvo
By CLARISSA MACKJS
Copyrlglit by Anrlrn I'nrn Asso
ciation, JH1V.
Hemy Ord lipbted another ciKiiriuid of Common Pit as of Cape Cirar
walted Imminently for the 'r(apinr- !kau County, . Mifsouri, May
nee of bin rlilof clerk. Every three !
in I null's be consulted Lis watch and
Compared It with the ekttrlc tliue
pleoo on the wall tat ween tho win
down. He hud an Important engage
ment at 11 o'clock, and it win now
10:30. Smlthers wan Retting more
tutiid every day.
ne brought his feet down from tba
desk with a thump an the secretary
returned with a worried expression on
his long, pule fare. Mr. Ord reached
for bin hat and held out his hand.
"(jive me tho securities. Smithers,"
be nald.
"I can't find them, Mr. Ord." suid
the clerk difllilently. "I thought, per
u;is you might have Iheiu hi here."
"Here:" Hiiorted Mr. Ord impudent
ly. "If I hud theui in here why did I
wjid yon to the vault after theniV"
"i h.ive loel.ed everywhere, sir.
They are not In the vaults nor uny
other place In the otllce. I will ques
tion" "No need te question anybody," cut
in Mr. Ortl. Kinking hack in bin chair
and tosnint; Lis hat Into the ticker
basket. "I gave you those securities
day before yesterday, with instruc
tion!! to lock them In my private box
in the vaults. You returned the key
to me then, and I have Just handed it
to you now. 1 haven't had occasion
td go to the box since Thursday. Now,
where are those securities?"
"I don't know, sir," returned Kniith
ers rosncoi f nil v.
"Give me the key to the box. Now i
come with me and show me where j
you placed them."
ruawcis uiipped open, pap.-rs pis- '
tied, -...d Mr. Ord' boot heoiH rapp-d
Z'trZ
,r a,,d !...,, i..,w, r ;j cui i-e vd.
o-i.-e m-.i-e i,e .rva.-a iis v,n ,.,-!
v.-.t- u--:: :n,d r.m vcc tin- p.,er con
tj: :i '!i.-re:i.
vi,,Tc ill.- .a, k s, ,.pi thoyv -
s:iV;,...y ,,-!. i.is in-t e
for;- ,..-.,! ,:, v.,;u.
.tl.-.vTrl,
H , ,,..u,!., ,!.,, ,-,. o;i I,,,-.-,. . ,!-..
tr i-r .til i;, v.. in. '
11, cn, .,.11 il i! s!li.o,.,l vonr ciml i
thui you hud ilono :-."
"Huh:
rl.;.).s you tooU them out
yourself it si:pied your mind, eh'.'
Ever forget ihhiK, Snii'h'-rs':"
"Not very oHc::. sir."
Pml'tcrs f:iit'.i.yy folio wih! UU or.;,
plo.wr pack t!v 1 riv.e.e eliire uud
fo!d d his ior.u ! ':K! aniw In hhc.l l;i ej
b!l pre I :i r::s -ry to iit.'lihl to til-' 1
Icctniv tii:il he ieiew Mr. Ord h:id i i '
htore. And U.:- Mine "i ll. ll;ns" I..
J. bcieN were vrtH ?KMifi PnUy, :
rnd it w:w known ,h:it tooiorrivv they
niiirht n.-i be v.-o;-;h tlie paper liiey
were . riitc". ;t bi-sr!--'- but lhnt 1' -notie'.'-T
to i!-. wi' ii this Ktcry.
"l'ie;ise ca'.l i:y II'.i.c-s ,V ('arr.i "a v.
as;d tell Mr. !!t:r !ie I sltall be wii.-i'.i
to keep that -. 'Li'iie-nt with h'.in. 1
will eUi; wiih !.e;i later on the phei.c.
Now, Sniithers. this is the third li'ii
this h::-; happcHi-iP-securities hr.ve ilK-iippi-sireil
ill ties s.iiue v;iy ilnriii- sev
eral days until the market itit"ret ij
them h:.s nbateil. It's an old ii: and
Won't work a,.. :i. Now, who 1 yo'i
think is at the l"t:oiii of t his V
Smithers i'liictcd nervously uinl
looked out of t in- window at the lihinW
wall of another buildinc "lteally. Mr.
Ord. I haven't formed an opinion," hrf ;
fiaiil, rather Kiiticii.ly.
"Haven't. ehV Well, I have," thun- ,
d-'red his employer, tixiej! the chief
clerk with n hard s'are.
Smilhers jt-.mped nervously. "In
deed, r!r:" he sie'.l. ,
"Ves. Indeed. Mr. Smilhers. I'm po- l
ins to ferret this mystery out before
2 o'clotk. See: This oltiee U tli-
worst managed i'1'fair in the city of
New York. n:id y u tire the most in- !
c-i'ieieitt cliief lerk I ever einplnyed. ,;
Cot that:"
"Ves, sir."
"P e that row of books on t he shelf V"
Mr. Ord point.il his ruh r Ht ti ttavrow i
Bhk'tf laden v '.; i loth bound coojes oT j
Ooili'.il Ioy!e's hi.o;.,i. ' ,
Hieirhets ..e.-,.d resi e-t fully.
"tvii. ' vi.,r;., every one of 'em. ;
I've iv: .i '-I,. ::r said' Mr. Ord. I j
Fh.t'l solve it;., e it st cry of the dis- '
iippe: r .'.. e f !':. --;e se urities by the
Mil..' s; t !!' eeipl 'led by
tt-nt .'' t'v," w cot o'l Mr
tbl. f-ir. ii 'i,.; la his . itetMi'nt to
ct-.iai :.', .' I : v-.-l. tt with t' e tii.'.'pie.-e
"U !: ''" ''. lis s vi. . !:i . i.iau. e
fell on ; u a 1'
on his :.-!;
hi1, l-.'i'-.,;: ;; wi
c. ;i. in th- 'vr
, ... - ip, t hr.--,
1 ) ! !-t
Tv o e
: Ao.
Mi;; 1'otter taut lay
o.l b e'tio n! V i in
;e..d 1 - had not toss-
p.'.'' "'- liask.'l until
t : i and t Tossed his
,; w.l iKteoat,
' s't vs, Mr. s.uith-
; :f -j . f ,t ; - :mvJ tit th's por
sov.il o:- ' c. : ' ' s.) a! r i from
the . f io . Mr. irdv:ivnt
!!v V':::;. ', d !;
"o'!i, t'.n.i.,:," h- s.M c uardedly.
"I';icc ou o::c tl liew'f" SIl.ltM'Pd
Mr. 'd. '
"Ye. slv." I n-1 .. ,j Stnither.
Mr. Ord sii ilc! with w.itisf icthm.
Sniither, -Ir, von have been wtth
tne for thro" ,' i re and up 0 this tluift
1 have never detected you In si vrnTft
error ! have trusted yon uvy.i. My.
"'3: T." DALEY, v
IxiCMted at Wlietslinc'i Machine
Simp, tast nUc of public square.
PLUMBING & PIPE FITTING
Sftclal Htimtlon to (uttering
arid tin work.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
State of Missouri,
County of Cape Girardeau f
In the Csve Girardeau Court
Ion), 191 1.
Elyzabeth Ik ward. Plaintiff
Against
Frank II. Howard, Defendant
Now at this clay comes Elyza
beth Howard, the plaintiff in the
above entitled cause by attorney
of record herein, before the un-
oersiynf-fi i nr tun sun
rs ,.-,!, r . -i ri I
vjiioxutau v.ouil cu common
Pleas, in vacation, and on be
half of plaintiff fdes petition in
suit herein, and also affidavit of
plaintiff herein, among other
matters of action alleging:
. That said defendant. Frank
II. Howard, is a non-resident of
the State of Missouri and that
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wiu ounnary process oi law can- j
neit ne ,-tTveu upon oeienaant mi; , n 4 TnAMfP ij
the State of Missouri. ! ' PA I RON I ZL H
It is therefore ordered by the 1 1 ?
clerk aforesaid in vacation, that i Q IN DUSTR Y
publication be made, notifying q v
him that action has been com-
menced against him, by petition, ii
the immediate object and gener-'
al nature of which is to obtain a ! O
divorce from the bonds of matri-: O . i
mony contracted between plain-'
tiff and said defendant on
the grounds of habitual drunk -
err (ss and failure to support,
ar.d that unless he be and appear
at the next turn of this court.
to be holdtn in the city of Cape
i ' 1 . r i
Gilli eeail, Car. e G il'Ml'dtaU COUP.-j
tj , JiiSSOUli, CI1 Monday the
tw( r iy-stcond dav of Mav 1)11.
and on OT before thp third d.iv
I thereof (if the term shall so lorg
!ccnt:nue. and it not. then before
jthe fTKn.t the tmj i. and tht-n
: ar.(! thtie answtr cr ) Jcad to said
j j. t tit ien, said petition will be
italur. and adjudged as confesstd
'srd judpmtiit will be leiKleud
ifcaii si faid dei'tr.dant.
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It is fun her crdcnd that a i
hereof Le plhshed in the.
tape Court'. Iltiaiu, a mvs-
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.i. i Cui.e Giii:iccu, ii.r
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Mil ei tc 1 i j'.. k.;.! t lifti ell (;a
beteH the ccmmenceir.e-nt ei' the
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ATTORNEY AT LAW
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POFULAR WANTS
l i Is I.I' ! teem frame dwel-
lii g tn car line South Freder-
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Ct fc'.i i'airr. 4c acres imj iov-
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tain o ;(). 2 cisterns, young
t rchaic, I! miles j:iavel read,
II. S. Deane, phone 2b0, roam
9, Hou.-k I ui;ii g.
FOR PENT OR SALE- 2 story
7 room frame dwelling, North
Paeif.c street,1 large lot, eppo
site N rma! II. S. Deane,
Ph.one 2S;., Room 17, Houck
building.
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