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Your money will be kept in
Payments by chock provides undisputed
receipt in the form of your returned can
We offer the services of a strong, sound
bank to the small, i well as the large, " "
Commercial and Saving Department.
L, J. .ALBERT, President. H. L. MAC1IKN, Ctrfi.
It. H. OLIVKIi. V-Pres. J. F. LILLY. A. Ce-h
W. II. Bohnsack, Jr., the Main
street merchant has returned
from St Louis where he Lad
been buying his fa3 stock of
Miss Elizabeth Davis departed
Monday for Wesleley, Mass.,
near Boston, where she wi!2 -at-tend-school.
Born. Thursday, &'jt. .14, to
Mr. and Mrs. ' Herbert Dunham,
of South Frederick .street, a boy.
Mrs. J. B. Dennih, 43 South
Lorimicr street, entertained Mr.
and Mrs. J, A. llorrcll .and
daughter. Miss Mattic, of Paiia-
dena. Callast week. They went
out to Jackson Moaday' to vifdt
Miss .Emma RoeZker left
'.Wednesday for St. Louif to spend
. a two weeks"; vacation.
W. H. iKutson and famil?
moved Tuesday to their new
home in Cae Girardeau. Mr.
Hutson is-one of Scott oounty's
pioneers, ho having lived in and
.around Benton for seventy years,
having been bcrn and rear! his
.children on .the old homestead
place near ton. The many
friends of the family wish them
well ,in their now home,-Scott
lartin Oberheiio made a tsip
to Chaffee on business last Sai
Urday. Marion faitae, 21 years old,
aaachineat in the Houck railroad
shops, was severely injured by
coming in contact with .a planer
raacbine. which fractured one of
L N- Broadway, who hs.s been
working at the Volksfruend
office in Jackson, was it the
city Sunday. He went to his
home at Paducah, Ky.
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The city officiate are doing
seme good work on tle streets of
Cape Girardeau, which is to be
Mrs. W. S. Albert-has returned
from a visit t Cdondo.
Albert Givea-is de attending the
Illinois university. He went to
Champaign, EL, Saturday.
County Assessor Bowers ts-es
ii) the city Mondayon busiw-ss.
J. M. Rsaenkle vkited Sutrday
w.ith his parents ar. .Jackson.
Louis Pott returned to IPae
cu!a, Monday, having Sundayed
with his fairiJy inithis city.
Mrs. Jacob Lohrof Louisville,
Ky., is a guest of relatives in
Mrs. Thesi. Baldwin andun,
of world-wide fiying-maf?aine
an".e, are in the city.
.WANTED-)( hee.d of Stock
Sheep, 10 head Stock Cows and
L,'.J20 Jiead of Yearlings. See
Lawaence Mjwxison, 25 South
Spanish street, c.ity. 45-
Cauncilman Wittnor went
to St. louis Ttiesday norning n
Isaac :Dx.niels .... Whitewater
Missouri JO. Kinder... Whitewater
Marion F.. Jones.... Biirfordville
Myrtle iiiff el Burfordville
Martin. W. Brune fit Louie
Clara A-,Eirtels. Cipe Girardeau
.Walter E-Slurford:. Hu.rfordville
Connie Z. J'helps . . . liorford ville
Dennis Brown Thebv, HI.
Jecnet M. Pecord Thebes, 111.
Wjk. H. Deimund Dutchtown
Margaret L. Jiamin . . Whitewater
John W. Hunze,
Thurman C. Powell,
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Lei Your Lifjht Shine
Thro the Herald
On account of the fact that the.tiseirs and at thesamc time look
Herald is booked 1'or a rushing
bu-dness in ' advertising we ad
vise thoe who have spoken for
space to get their copy in early
in order to get the best of serv
ice, as cur force will be com
pelled trt extend istelf to meet
the requirements of fall adver-
i;auly r,iKi).s pick the fixe cherries
AND Till: LATE BIRD GETS THE WORMS
ORDINANCE NO. SS2.
An Ordinance Appropriating the
suti of Three Hundred and
Fifty Dollars with which to
rpny and settle the damage suit
of Guy Flinn, et i, against
the City by reason of loweringjwr. Mtngle isslso very with
!ie grade of Loriroier street
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3?.e it ordained by the City Coun
cil of the City of Cape Girar
deau, Missouri, as follows:
Section 1. That if or the per
use of setting ;and ending ihe
damage suit brought by Cuy
Fiinn, Beulah Flinn and Canine
Jwinn ajrsint the City of Gape
vXIirardeaa, far damages claimed
by reason & grading Lorbcnier
street in frtnt -of itheir pro)erty,
and which ease is now peading
in the St. liouie Court of .Ap
peals, it k agrofid by ami be
tween said plaintiffs and the
City, that tie Crty shall rv the
plaintiffs the buie of Three Hun
dred nd Fifty Iollars ($SjQ.OO)
in full sotliiBment of any,and all
claims they have against the
-sai a street.
Section 2. Tiat the -sum of
1 T T 1 3 T: Cj T-1
iars KM.) -is ifiereby Appro -
priated out of .iiy money notj
ireuure approprmtea ' pay
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earn ciaira, a.na rmiat a warrant j,
lc issued jcayahle to said per-;
ser.s, but it hal! jiot be deliver
ed by the ckrk until the .plain
tiffs by theixelvee or bylheir
attorney of record, jtf. .A. Demp
6ej sign thjE icontraut and oree
meat now jiosiid with the
Crty Clerk. ad .a30 .be si ned
by .-said attorney .asd executed
by the Mayor n the part of the
5astion 3. That this Ordi
oanBr .-shall take effect and be in
force :from and afUr its .ap
provxi. Pa.sed this lUh dty of Sejv
F. A, KAGE,
Presidii- Officer of i he Council
Apprved this 18th day of
F. A. KAGEL
GEO. E. C1IAPPELL,
Judge OsterwalJ h
tho "Daily Citizen" a p;uer pul
ihod in Vicksburg durir;r th "
c.;il war. It bc-irs da' of Jtil
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In Early Herald
after our growing job printing
business. The announcements
in the Herald will beam with the
fail merchandise spirit and a big;
trade is looked for here among !
our prosperous merchants who
see the value of extensive news
. News Round About.
Burfordville, Mo., Sept 19.
Ernest Mungle, son of George
Mu-ngle, living one-half mile
mrthof Burfordville, died Sun
day n-'ght of typhoid fever.
Mrs. Dennis Stroder f Jack
son iis visiting Mrs. Fred
Slrnkard this nveek.
Walter Buxfford of Gravel Hill
and Miss Conie Phelps of Bur
fordville were married Sunday
evening atJS o'clock by 'Squire
George Holmes, at the residence
of the ;grcom's sister, Mrs.
Ode Hudson of Bypd's Creek iis
niising his barn toother story
and buildiKg .an addition.
We report the following births
lurs. and'ilrs. Hudsm, girl; Mr.
end Mis. Ed Iites, girl; Mr.
md Mrs. T. S. Broikmick. girL
.Thpse nWiilf liv .on nHininincr
karms on the gravel .road, five
- jaijes west of Jacksan.
U ,i a t 4
trick, returned last unday from
. A little boy of Henry WilaDn,
ar Lint schoo! is.id
rtp be very sick with diptheria.
Most -seryone haj; finished
Uiiawing fe r wheat and quite a
lot of core v's being eat for win-
tor feed. Telephone.
1rs. J. V. Soydet of near
Highland, vas in Frryville
last Thursday, and while here
caine in to'S3us. She informed
us .that she Skilled a srstke the
other day of the Water Maccasin
variety that measured .afasuit 12
inche in cktiumference. Thi3
snake had thirty-six young ones
in her jxt the time of the killing,
all of them were alive and ready
to fight for their mother a.s eoon
.as they came out of the place
opened by the Koe with which
ihe snaki? was killed. This beats
ibout any and everything yot
tkat we hive heard in the snake
lice. It ttay sound a little fishy
but nevertheless it is true. The
snake was found in the orchard
nev.r a pond, and in a few weeks
that pond woyld have been alive
with snakes. Wh.'n it comes to
7 at or;e time
u.s kiliir, tlioin
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l)on't j'.iinjt from lilit weight to lie;ivy
wciu'ht iiiidcrwca!- with one bound ii snf'rr
to change to Meilimn Weight (irt.
We liavc uuilerwear in heavy 'fttn
Meirno and liiht Natural Woo! that is made
for the Tall Hca'on; just th" tiling for this
sort of weatlier.
25c, 50c to SI Fer Garment Union Suits, il
437 E ROAD WAY CArE GIRARDEAU
General News Items.
Eart Casteel, drill man with
the Federal Lead Co., at Flat
River, acted as his own surgeon
on Wednesday of last week when
he amputated part of a mashed
finger with a pocjeet knife before
the doctor arrived.
Considerable speculation is
being indulged in among railroad
cien, particularly on the Iron
Mountain, as to the effect of the
tontemplated sale of the Cotton
Belt on traffic arrangements with
the Iron Mountain. It is said
that George Gould is endeavoring
to procure sufficient proxies to
defeat the sale. It is suggested
that the Iron Mountain might
build from Illmo to the Cairo
branch and route trains from the
St. Louis Valley to Poplar Bluff
in that way.
A farmer living near High
Ridge was recently fined $o0.00
for selling protected game, it
keing charged that he had sold
three squirrels for seventy-five
A small child at Dexter fell
tfpon a " tack which penetrated
ite gums, starting bleeding
which could not be checked and
the child died as a result of the
A man named Joseph Marler
of Taylortown. near Flat River,
Mo., took a snooze near a rail
road track with his foot upon
the rail .and the midnight train
came along and mashed off the
foot A railroad is dangerous
October 2d. 3d and 4th are the
days set for holding the second
annual fair for Randolph county.
These dates come just in ad
vance of the State fair in order
that the choice products shown
here may be forwarded to the
The Postmaster-General has
issued an order granting all post-
masters in Missouri leave of ab
sence not to exceed five days, to
attend the Annual Convention of
Postmasters to be hell at the
Planters hotel in th;- city of i?t.
Louis. September 21,22 and 23.
Tib- Slirvk iti ;f
the Second a:;d Fi'.'ieenth
try wiii ir.-.t a: c;ir ) !
E. Shui c
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w ho t'i. !
!th, ir t!.:,
janii i. i;
a gi'.n.u ,
receipts bound to break market
Sheep receipts 1500. Market
strong on good kinds today, oth
ers dull; compared with last
Monday lambs 25c to 35c higher;
top $5.90. Sheep 10c to 15c hich
er; top $3. Co.
Opera House one week, com
ing Monday, Sept 25th, Great
Western Stock Co.. in a reper
toire of dramatic successes a-1
cast and great scenic equipment;
three big vaudeville acts open
ing in a strong emotional comedy
drama in four acts "The Better
Henry Wichern, a farmer
living near Seventy-Six Land
ing, met death by being run
over by a freight train at a pub
lic crossing near Renfro Monday
night. In attempting to cross
the track and the advancing
train caught hira off ganrd, with,
the above result
Real Estate Transfers.
W. F. Crump et al to Z. L.
Crump; N-2 SW & S-2 SW & S
NW 15-30-11 exc. small tr. , $100.
Z. L. Crump to Alfred C
Crump; same, $250.
Geo. W7. Smith to Julia R.'
Smith; N-3 SW 23-33-11, SO
N. D. Hoffman to Elmer
Hosea; int. in N-2 SW &. S-2 SWr
& SE NW 15-30-11 ex. 20.50
cres leaving 88.16 conveyed,
Sample J. Howard to F. M.
Howard; 100 acres off N. End
fol; W-2 SE & CO acres W pt S-2
NE of 22 & N-2 NW NE 27 in
T. 31-11, $500.
S. E. Mo. Tr. Co. to R. F.
Wichterich; L 3 B7&L18B3
Red Star add to Cape Girardeau,
D. A. Glenn to E. F. Ebert:
14 ft W pt L 12 & 31 ft E pt L
11 B 32 W. E. P. add. to Cane
Hy. Rolwig to Joseph Johnson;
Pt O. L. 45 133.2x96.1. $150.
F. A. Race to Birdie K'.icr.-
4 acres pt O. L. 45, $1.
C D. Kage and wife to A.
M. Hines; same, $2200.
0. F. Young to John Iluek
;ep; 2 acres pt NW NE 35-31-11,
to Win: Sheppard;
It. h 1G of S 21C
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