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T70U will appreciate a dollar that you save and the
A dollar will appreciate at the rate of four percent per
a;;r.ura if loft with U3 not loss than six months. We are
ever ready to take c;'.re of your interests and he of use to
you in any way consistent with good banking.
EDW. D. HAYS
Attorney at Law
ornoic in contT house
Al McGuire went to St. Louis
The Tuesday club met with
Mrs. Fred Goyert this week.
Mrs. Emma Buermann and
daughters left Monday for St.
All of the Cape's leading attorneys-
were here attending
court this week.
Jack Roberts of Oakridge was
in the city Monday.
Miss Linda Bienlien is visit
ing friends in the Cape.
Mrs. VV. Snider returned to
her home in Edwardsville,
nr i ii . : .l e 1
wunuayauwavi H Bev""
Qbermiller, of this city.
Mrs,. D. A. Granger of Dexter
who has been visiting her dau
ghter, Mrs. Hasten Foe of this
city, returned to her home Fri
lies. L. Sicmers of Gordon
ville visited her son, Recorder
Sierners, last Sunday.
Mrs. Baker and daughter,
Bessie, were the guests of Mrs.
E. G. Sibley Monday.
J. S. Clippard transacted busi
ness in Faragould, Ark., the
first of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Van Amburg
of Oakridge left Tuesday for
John Mann has sold his prop
erty to Kies Brothers.
Wm. Klaus of Friedheim was
in the city Monday.
Mrs.. C. W. Medley entertain
ed a number of friends last Sun
day with a nice dinner.
Mrs. Lottie Krueger of the
Cape was the guest of her mo
ther, Mrs. A. II. Kueller, the
first cf the week.
Mrs. A. D. Hubbard left Tues
day for New Madrid to visit
George Doyle and wife oi
Fruitland has moved to this
city. Mr. Doyle is principal of
the Jackson grammer school.
Mrs. Warren Mabrey and
children left Tuesday for New
Madrid to visit Mrs. J. H. Dal
ton. J. II, Wisecarver of Marble
Hill attended court here Tuesday.
C'JT FLOWERS AND FLORAL DESIGNS
k'on Al.L OCCASIONS.
J. 17. r.?:CG!.:SS, JR.
Os&rbklog and Eniliato'ng.
ay Phone 111 Night Phone DOthe city Saturday.
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Hon. II. C. Riley of New
Madrid was in the city Monday.
J. A. Ilorrell a former resi
dent of Jackson, now of Pasa
dena, Cal., is in the city.
The Westminster Circle met
Tuesday with Miss Ella Mc
Combs. John Farmeriter, a stockman,
of Bloomfield was in the city
last Saturday visiting relatives.
Miss Maud Wheeler of the
Cape was the guest of Mrs. A.
Behrens the first of the week.
Wm. Morton and wife of
Hunterville, Ala., are the
guests of Mr. Morton's sister,
Mrs. Alvin Kinder, this week.
This is their first visit to rela
tives here in eleven years.
Miss Margaret Ruff enter
tained a number of young peo
ple last Friday in honor of Miss
Carrie Ranney who left the fol
lowing day for Memphis where
i cVia will mflfit a rorfr nf -fViorn-Jcs
and win to Oklahoma on a
Fred Bertling and daughter of
the Cape were the guests of W.
B. Schaefer and family last Sun
day. The B. B. girls of the Evange
lical church met Sunday after
noon with the Misses Amelia
and Minnie Althenthal. Those
present were: Misses Martha
and Delia Hermann, Elsie Hoff
meister, Millie Kneibert, Gladys
Wolters, Amelia Faar, Vera
Phillipps, Amanda Schneider,
Fredia Hodenstein and Alma
Mrs. Lena Boss, Mrs. Born
Gockle, Miss Helen McCombs
and R. M. McCombs left for St.
Louis Monday in an automobile.
Miss Grace Cracraft returned
home from the Cape Tuesday
after visiting ,Miss Cresap of
that city a few days.
Rev. Suppe and wife of Tilsit
returned home Tuesday from
St. Louis where Mr. Suppe has
been in the Deaconess hospital
The Mission fest held by the
Lutheran congregation last Sun
day was largely attended. Rev.
Bernthal of St. Louis delivered
the sermon in the forenoon and
Rev. A. Bernthal, pastor of
Hanover church delivered a
splendid discourse in English
during the afternoon. The col
lection for. foreign mission
amounted to $78.13.
The County court will re
ceive bids on September Gth,
for wrecking the old Wigginston
building on the public square.
Company "F" of this city is
in Nevada this week practicing
on the rifle range.
Mrs. J. F. Froemsdorf of Til
sit was in the city last Friday.
Judge B. F. Davis and Chas.
Armentrout of the Cape were in
A colored preacher has been j
on the streets of Jackson for sev
eral days preaching old time re
igion. The brick-layer3 are at work
on H. II. Mueller's new building
on High street which is to be an
II. L. Jones i s moving his
drug store into the Davis build
ing adjoining his old stand, the
building purchased by the
county last December.
The school board is making
some important improvements
on the grammer school building.
The school will open the first
Monday in September.
Louis Albrecht and sister Miss
Marie, Joseph Springer and Au
gust Roth from Scott county
visited Recorder G. F. Sierners
test Sunday and attended the
Mission Feast of the Lutheran
Gussie F. Sierners who has
j been clerking for the Jackson
j Drug Company wili go to St.
Louis next month to attend the
j School of Pharmacy.
! Morton Randol formerly as
j sistant postmaster here and later
book-keeper for LaPierre-Saw-jyer
Handle Co. has a position in
i the postoffice at the Cape.
! In the Circuit Court the
j greater part, of Tuesday w a s
j taken up with hearing the evi
i dence in the Grissom case and
' after arguments of attorneys the
case was taken under advise
ment by the Court.
Miss Ida Hirsch returned to
the Cape Tuesday after a few
days visit with her sister, Mrs.
Claus Kerstner, of this city.
Mrs. Julia Vasterling returned
to her Fornfelt home Tuesday
after spending a few days in
this city with Mrs. Henry
Mr. Pliesies o f Pocahontas
while driving to his home
Wednesday had the misfortune
to let his horse run away with
him tearing up his buggy. The
horse got scared at the Houck
train. He had been serving as
a juror in the Circuit Court.
We are informed that S. M.
McAtee has sold his grocery
store to his associates and will
retire from the business. He
jand his family will leave for the
west where they will spend the
Rev. Ross, pastor of the Pres
I byterian church, attended a con
j vention in Indiana the first of
j the week.
I In a trial in Justice Arm
i strong's court last week, Thurs
; day. State vs. Ilorrell, colored,
; the jury failed to agree on a
: verdict and a new trial will be
I held Monday.
' B. Walscher was discharged
I by Judge Edward Hays last Fri-
day on a writ of habes-corpus.
Walscher was the man who was
subpoenaed as a witness to ap
' pear before C. A. McDonald, a
notary public in Shawnee town
ship, and on account of sickness
failed to be present August 4th,
the day the trial was set for,
and at which time the court ad
journed until August 15. No
notice was served on the man
for the next trial and the man
was committed to jail by the
notary for contempt of court.
The judge held that the man was
deprived of his liberty without
due process of law and that his
committment was irregular.
S. T. DALEY,
Locatcdat Wlietstine's Machine
Sliop, east side of public square.
PLUMQlNG & PIPE FITTING
Special attention tolgutterliig
and tin work.
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I ORDINANCE No. 030.
I An ordinance to prohibit stock
from running at large.
! Be it ordained by the Council
' of the City of Cape Girardeau,
! Missouri, as follows:
5ctioa 1. What Slock Frohil.iled Irom
rnmn at lar Je.
It fcnail be unlawlul iioreaneri
, for horses, mules, asses, jennets,
jacks, cattle of any kind, goats,
sheep, hogs. pigs, geese or
! ducks to run at large on any
! street, alley, square, commons or
levees within the city; and thei
fact of their running at largo'
shall bo evidence of the consei.t
j thereto by the owners thereof.
I Section 2. Duly ol City Mirxhnl in He
I tpect to stock running t Inrgc.
It shall be the duty of the City
Marshal, at all times to take up'
any of the fowls or animals, i'
named in Section 1 of this ordi-'
able enclosure, to ne selected byi
him f v r that purpose, and when '
so takf n-up and confined, it i.v
hereby made his duty to sell the
sjm.e at public auction to the
highest bidder for cash, selling
each animal or fowls separately, j .
first having given five (5) days I
notice in the newspaper doing!
the city printing, or by printed j
or written hand bills, posted at i
not less than five (5) public!
places in the city, of the time
and place of sale, giving a gen-;
oral description of the animals;
or fowls to be sold. i
The money arising therefrom,
after deducting the expenses of:
taking up, impounding and sell- i
ing same, shall be paid to owner;
or owners, of the animals or
fcwla sold on proof of owner-;
ship; but if no owner, or owners j
appear within thirty (30) days, ;
the said money, after deducting1
costs, shall be paid into the City 1
Treasury, and placed to the credit'
of the general revenue fund, .
provided that any owner, or
owners, of any animals or fowls
impounded may at any time be-
fore sale reclaim the same on
proof of ownership and payment j
of all fees hereinafter named.
Section 3. Fees.
The City Marshal shall charger.
and collect the follow ing fees fori
service under this ordinance:
For taking up and impounding 1 Performances on earth or in air. One vast and prodigal pro--each
horse, mule, ass, "read ofi. . . , s . Cl t M .. ...
cattle, or each animal not herein rara "iterluded by an army ol Star Clows of every Nationality
named fifty cents (50c); I each;
hog, sheep or goat, twenty
cents (25c) ; for each goose, ten
cents (10c): for each; duck, five
cents (5c j; for feeding each
horse, mule, ass or head of cat- j
tie, per day, 50c; for feeding!
each hog, sheep or goat, per day.
15c; for feeding each goose or
duck. 5c. Provided., ail such
charge shall be paid4y the Mar-i
shal to the City Treasurer and i
by him credited to the general
Section 4. Certain act rai&demeanors;
Any person who shall wilfully
break or otherwise open any
pen or pound, or let out any ani
mal or foul impounded by virtue,
of this ordinance, or shall inter-!
fere with the marshal or his as
sistants, or policemen, in the
discharge of their duties under
this ordinance, by taking out of
the uosession of the marshal or
his assistants, or policemen, or
attempting by force or otherwise
to take out of their possession or
custody any animal or fowl that
may be driven or taken by them
for the purpose of impounding
the same, shall be deemed guilty
of a misdemeanor, and on con
viction thereof, shall be fined
not less than five dollars ($5.00)
nor more than fifty dollars ($50)
for each o If e rise.
Section 5. Misdemeanori. and penaltiei
Any person residing in this,
city who shall violate fail or re
fuse to comply with any provis
ion of this ordinance, and all
persons residing in this city
whose animals or fowls shall be
found running at large in any of
the places mentioned in Section
1 of this ordinance, shall be
deemed guilty of a misdemeanor,
and, on conviction thereof, shall
be fined not less than ($5.00) nor
more than fifty dollars ($50.00).
Section 6. ConlUciinJ wdinances repealed;
Time oi taking ellect.
All ordinances and parts of or
dinances in conflict with this or
dinance are hereby repealed; and
this ordinance shall take effect
and be in force from and after
its passage and approval.
Passed this 14th, day of Au
gust, 1011. F. A. Kage,
Presiding Officer of the Council.
Approved this 14th day of Au
gust. 1911. F. A. KAGE,
Attest: Chris. F. Petten,
Old Bolsa, cloth-covered chairs
knd all cloth-covered furniture
can le made to look like new by
pMutinfr the cloth with a botolu
liOQOl 1'CTKAM I'ADKLLBd DVK.
BIGGEST SHOW of
Everything absolutely new,
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an Novelties and amazing, bewildering, .sensational features.
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3 herds of perf0rming Elephants
trained and driven by a woman.
cient equestrians. 14 Russian
C3nrcls ths Vcrld's Shovi
other shausfo ba contsni'mith OnSyThsngs tte
Wanted by this tnvhcib'.s Ccmbinaiicn
Every Morning at 10 O'clock through the principal streets, an all
new, new, magnificent FREE STREET PARADE. Two perform
ances Daily, Rain or Shine., in new waterproof tents. Doors open
at 1 and 7 p. m. for the menageries arud Grand Promenade Con
certs by Merrick's Massive Military Rand. Arenic displays one
hour later, Reserved seats and admission tickets may be secured
on show day at AT THE ST. CHARLES PHARMACY at exactly
the same price charged on the show grounds.
g Couutkous Treatment Best Quality Goods
r ED. FKENZEL, Proprietor B
N o r t
-DEALER IN- 3
Fine Wines, Liquors and Best
Brands Cigars 3
with nlvel acts, Euro-
.including the Hi gh School Actor
20 of the World's most profi
Dancers. Only troupe of trained
Monkeys, Pigs, Sheep, Cats, Mice.
thtkzte and thus Cctnse!
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CAPE OIUAUDKAU, 3
IS' $ n p1-. U r- -