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r.:c!(V.rr. :-r;.n had 1.
it Ix:dhonU3 Monday.
All hY.O 1.
jacket. It iv i
ain ft ths on J
to j-.r.y f.'-r mer.
T!:o active d!br has Wn passed through the Teller's
window, h:s fo'jn-l co:ni';:tny with others, has passed
through the !i fie rent commercial branches picking up a
littlo interest in it:? travel), to return to its owner and re-coi-ve
hi cverh:ting gratitude.
The dollar was made round to roll and flat to pile, ann
why not keep it rolling and pi'iiig, rcn;criberir.s that
your dollar will he both active and safe deposited with
br wili soon will soon wear a hole in your
;irrs constant watching to keep it there,
ol the year it has not earned you enough
!hr: the pocket.
?.Trnilam; Wm. Harris oi St.
Louis arJ Walter Climber of
Sikeston, were the gucst3 of
their sister, Mrs. Alvin Knei
bert, the first of the week.
Rev. A. M. Ross
the fJaptist church
in this city
Miss Mary La Pierre visited
relatives in the Cape the first of
the week. '
William Pa km
Leon" CLirrAUU -
Judge Hirseh was in the city
Mrs. DeWitt Sawyer of the
Cape, visited friends here last
Mrs. Clay Oliver of Neely's
Landing was in the city Jast
G. 0. Kinder and O. P. Adams
of White Water attended court
The Catholic ladies gave a
strawberry festival last Friday
Sloan Short and Misses Irene
Short, and Kurre, were the guest
of friends here last Friday.
turned home la
and wife re-
1. Ti i r
at r tiaay irom
Mrs. Fred Meyer
ville is reported ill.
Mrs. E. Milde and Mrs. R. S.
Wolter3 and Mrs. Linda Gockel
attended the funeral of Mrs.
Emelie Steck at the Cape last
1 he Home Comers' committee
met last week and appropriated
$100 to be given in prizes for the
stock show which will be held
in connection with the Home
Comers'. About $400 has been
contributed to this show which
will be bound to prove a success.
Judge Edw. Hays and family
returned home from Pilot Knob
last Friday, where they had
been visiting relatives.
N. M. Davis of Fruitland was
here last Friday.
August Litzelfelner and fam
ily attended the funeral of his
father, which took place at Po
The entertainment given by
(the pupils of the public school
last week on the high school
campus was enjoyed by a large
! Misses Sarah and Kathrine
Dickey of Lutesville, were the
p 11 iim.f f PVvnf Mills ! guests of Mrs. W.Dickey last
transacted business here last j Saturday.
Ben Landgraf of New Wells,
was here Monday attending
F. H. Schlueter of Gordonville
had business here Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kurre at
tended the graduating exercises
at St. Charles the first of the
week. Their daughter, Miss
Fay, was one of the graduates
of Lindenwood college, at the
Denm'3 Scivally was here Mon
day greeting friends and talking
for better roads.
Robert Bedwell of Oak Ridge
had business in the city last
Misses Helen and Irene Gasel,
who had been the guest of their
grandmother, Mrs. Wm. Wag
ner, returned to their Sikeston
Uotve last Monday.
Mrs. Linus Sanford visited
her daughter, Mrs. Arthur Brew
ster, at Poplar Bluff the first of
Mrs. Sarah Miller, who lives
near Millerville, lost her barn
by fire last Saturday evening.
No insurance was carried on
the kirn. The cause of the
fire 13 unknown.
Mrs. Sam Peterman enter
tained the Westminster Circle
last week. The circle met this
week at the Presbyterian church
and transacted considerable mis
The Good Road committee
that met here last Tnursday
week' was represented by deta
gates from every part of the
county. A committee for each
township wa3 appointed to solic
it subscriptions and report at
the road meeting that will meet
at the Cape June 17.
Joe Bilbrey transacted
ness here last Friday.
ner.d'vn, Ethel McLftin, Oma V
Schade, and Messrs. Harry Cra-
craft, Thomas and Harrison
Boon,' Bruce Baker and Clyde t
Mabery. The exercises marked
the closing of another successful
term of school. The corps of
teachers that have been in
charge of the schools this year
have worked untiringly to bring
every department up to a high
standard and have been reward
by knowing that the city in gen
eral has appreciated their efforts.
COUKTKOUS TREATMENT BeOT QUALITY OOODR Ej
D SILVER MOONyBAR
ED. FRENZEL, Proprietor
Nort h M a i n
Fine Wines, Liquors and Best
The Stock Breeders' Show and
Sale Association meets at Jack-
I ; son next Saturday at 2 o'clock in
the afternoon, at. which meeting
all members and everybody who
is interested in the breeding of
good live stock are requested to
be present. The association is
going to have a stock show and
sale in the nearer future, prob
ably during Home Comers' week
Er Mail Orders
g Prom ptly, Filled
a Mrs. Julia Brantley and dau
ghters, Misses Emma and Wil
liebelle, arrived here last Fn
day from Valley Park. They
will probably remain here dur
ing the summer.
T T H T ty -V X T T 1 T T T T T" T"? C T
u K i i N iv u in Y inc. r no i
And litivo it of tlie lu-st pronorl k'lis, iikkIi? of
thu lust h;rf(lli'iits. Our wines and liquors
CHiinot In- suiinisM'tl ns ;i tonic and cheer
bracer. I'.vst' ami coldest draft beer in city
June 1. 1911.
reSf fessio Ihe"' Predlnt? ! iUlUiUlUlUUilUlUllllUlliiUlUimUiUiMllilUimillUUUlirC
Hon. F. A. Kage, presiding, ;
with the following members i
present: Drs. Howard, Schulz.
Walker and Wichterich.
The minutes of last meeting
were approved as read.
Ihe secretary reported tlie
sending of a sample of the city's i
water snnnlv to thfi Rtatfl I'ac- I r
teriologist, as directed at the j
Dr. Wichterich reported sev-'
eral closets on the premises of '
Charles Jones, colored, on North j
jSprigg street, in bad condition
and on his motion the Marshall
iwas instructed to notify the
, owner of the premises to abate
I Dr. Wichterich introduced a
resolution recommending to the
, City Council the appointment of j
! Mr. Willis Martin as Health
Commissioner, in accordance!
; with the provisions of Ordinance
'No. v'.ii, which resolution
adopted on motion of Dr. How
The Board then adjourned till :
the next regular meeting. i
Chris. F. Betten, j
Last Sunday afternoon, Ar
thur Martin, who resided in the
the neighborhood of Leemon,
went out into the field to catch
his horse, intending to go to
church. When he did not re
turn in the evening his folks
thought he had went to the
home of Horace Daugherty,
where he was employed to work Attest:
on the farm. On Monday morn-!
ing, his brother, on going out in AUMlNisTKATt)irs notice. "
to the field to work, found Ar- NotiCe is hereby pi-.cn that letters
thur's body, which indicated he '0f administration upon the esi ate of
had been killed by lightning, j "William V. Pott deceased, have been
granted to the undersigned by the
5 3 5 BROADWA Y
FINEST WINES, LIQOURS, CIGARS
Get acquaint ed
They are the.
lie quality (,f our (foods,
urid of exipiiste llaor.
Jug Trade a Specialty
Mrs. Julia Granger and dau
ghter, Elizabeth, returned from
'Court of Common Fhas of Capo Gir
iardeau county, bearinsf date the 2ittb
'' rlnv of Anril. 1911.
Hot Springs, last week, where j ah pers,iw having cUims ainst
Miss "Elizabeth has been for jsaldestatearerenuiredtoexbibitthem
treatment of rheumatism. She j t0 nie tor allowance within one year
is much improved from the date of said letters or they
may l precluded from any benetlt of
' such estate: and if said claims be not
John Putz and Fred Goyert exhibited within two years from the
attended the funeral of Andrew idate of the publication of this notice,
they will be forever barred.
JULIUS O. FISHER,
Mrs. Dr. E. Phillips of Bloom
field visited her daughter, Miss
Maud, here last Friday.
CUT rLCVEKS AND FLCRAl DESiCKS
iuK All 0x;A(!iuN8.
Day Phone 14 i Night Phone CO
Those attending the weddinjr
of Miss Marie Weiss and Fred
Niemeyer last Sunday were:
Mr. and Mrs. Fred E. Kies,
Mrs. Anna Meyers, W. B.
Schaefer, Mr. and Mrs. William
Paar, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Goyert,
Miss Freda Kies, Miss Elsie
Ileyde, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick
Schrader, Mr. and Mrs. James
Sanders, Mr. and Mrs. Will Mc
Combs, Mr. and Mrs: A. B.
Miss Rilla Norman entertain
ed last Tuesday.
Litzelfelner at New Well Tues
day. Mrs. Caroline Braum living
east of the city fell down Mon
day and broke her thigh.
Mrs. L. Wilson is reported ill.
Mrs. VanAmburg, who has
been the guest of Mrs. A. D.
Hubbard, returned to her Lutes
ville home Tuesday.
Mrs. Harris of Oran went to
Oakridge Wednesday to organ
ize a W. C. T. U.
Born, to Mr.' and Mrs. J. E.
Schmuke Tueoday, June 6, a fine
The closing exercises of the
schools began on Thursday of
last week with an entertain
ment by the pupils of the gram-
mer school. The entertainment
given by the children on the
campus was well attended and
everyone seemed delighted with
the showing made by them.
Friday night twenty-five pupils
of the eighth grade were award
ed their certificate of entrance
to the high school, which makes
a nice showing as only twenty
eight, puipls were enrolled in
this class during the whole year.
On the same evening Miss
Lena Goodwin was awarded the
medal for the best reading of
the girls and Leonard Sherrer
won the boys' medal. The med
al for the best essay on Hygiene
was won by Clara Meyer of the
7th grade. The scholarship
medals were won by Louis Kas-
ten, Miss Ruth Burton, Sherman
Cracraft, Miss Hazel Poe,,Miss
Alma McLain, Miss Catherine
Hays and Frederick Williams.
The baccalaureate ser
mon for the graduates of the
high school was preached last
Sunday morning at the Method
ist church by Rev. Haw. Mon
day night the following nine
students received their diplomas
a3 graduates of the high school:
Misses Martha Crarr.er, Bertha i
FINAL SETTLEMENT NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given to all cred
itorn ftnd others Interested in the es
tate of Ck. JJ.'Wheelerdeceased.that
I. the undersigned, intend to make
final settlement of the estate of said
deceased at the next term of the Court
of Otmmon Pleas of Cape Girardeau
County Missouri, to be held at Cape
Girardeau, Missouri, beginning on the
24th day of July, 1011.
MAI I U. WHEELEK,
yeim v ';,L.';. "j"-- ?22775!r
Prof. L llasltill,
Located in Murphys-
boro, III., for Past
Treats all diseases successfully
without the use of the surgeon's
knife or medicine.
Female diseases of all kinds,
and Appendicitis, will be guar
anteed when treated at mv of
fice, and money refunded in case
of a failure to restore tt perfect
health. THOSE THAT HAVE
BEEN OPERATED ON EX
If you can't come to see me. I
can cure you at your home.
In writing, give a complete
description of case, and I will
tell you what I can do.
When writing, enclose stamp
if reply is wanted. Address
No. 1G03 Elm St.,
bottled beers has been earned by Anheuser
Busch for "Tits Ghi nc!!rJ:!a"
It's impossible to improve upon it Sw'lty and Pi "fy, became
it b brewed only from the best material and thorough! ajd
in the largest ttorage cellars in the world. Its mildness and low
percentage of alcohol makes it friends evf rywyfr
Bottled only at the
2X Louis, Mo. 1
Frank (IniMnUII, Distributor, Cape Girarlcu, Mo.
Notion is hereby given tlmt letters
testamentary upon the estate ot
George l-'reuzel, late f Cape Girar
deau County, M iHsouri, deceased, have
been granted to t h e undersigned,
Fred L. (iT.eary, by the Cape Girar
deau Cdiirt of ConiiiK'ti l'lmisnr said
enunty of Cam Girardeau, hinring
the date of the Uthdayof February,
All persons having elaiuis against
suid estate are re(ulred to exhibit
them to me for allow arico w.lthin on.)
year from the dale of said letters or
thev inav be nreoluded from any ben
etlt of sueli estate; and if said claims
w not exhibited within two years
from the date of the publication of
this notice, they will be forever bar
FRED L. O'LEA it V,
Executor of Ueorp;e Frenzel,
David B. Hays
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Otlice: West side of
EDW. D. HAYS
Attorney at Law
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