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Oldest Rank In Southeast Missouri
Capital, 5100,000 Surplus and Profits $40,000
. J. ALBERT. President. II. L. MACHEN, Cash.
R. U. OLIVER, V-rres. J. F. LILLY, A. Cash
For the accommodation of those who find it incon
venient to transact their banking during regular busi
ness hours, our offices are open on Saturday evenings
from C till t) o'clock.
This extra service is highly appreciated by many of
our customers, and is cordially placed at your disposal.
You are invited to avail yourself of the facilities
afforded by this bank, either by opening an account
subject to check or at 4 per cent interest in our Sav
Cape Locals s
The ladies of the Fresbyterian
church gave a chicken pie sup
per in the basement of the church
building Tuesday, October 31,
and quite a crowd gathered to
enjoy the occasion. We have
heard many compliments on the
good chicken and the way it was
served; those in attendance com
ing away with long smiles. Be
sides chicken, the ladies did not
overlook the other necessary es
sentials for a first-class causine,
which only deft hands and a
proper insight into the best table
supplies can command. A nice
sum was realized from the sup
per which was donated to the
Those in charge of street im
provements are continuing their
good work of putting the high
ways in order. The most com
mendable feature of the work
is that improvements in the
streets are being made at a time
when most needed, as during the
winter months the rains, snow
and freezes would handicap trav
el if the surface were not in
order to counteract the severe
test to which streets in a town
of this size are put. The money
spent should be considered well ;
As a result of the Herald's sug
gestion that the local theatre
managers book some good musi
cal comedies for the holidays,
manager Schuchert of the Opera
House tells us that he will put
on some lively shows at popular
prices. While Mr. Schuchert
intends to book musical comedy,
nothing will be offered to offend
the most cultured mind.
E. A. Caton. the well-known
and prosperous insurance man,
returned from St. Louis Sunday
where he was in attendance at
the "Five Thousand Club. "com
posed of members of his company
from over the state. In order to
become a member an agent must
write a million dollars worth of
insurance. Mr. Caton is a member.
Mrs. Conran Barth of Fried
heim has returned home from
the St. Mary's hospital after a
successful amputation ot a limb.
She contracted blood poison as a
result of trimming a corn some
time ago and it was first feared
that she would loose her life.
The Cape band will give a ben
efit concert at the Grand The-1
atre. the proceeds to be used
towards improving the band, and '
those who are interested in band ;
music have an opportunity to
show their appreciation by at- ',
tending the concert tonight.
Miss Clara Vasterling, chief
operator at the local telephone
exchange, has returned from
St. Louis where she spent sev
eral days acquiring knowledge
of the latest methods in tele
Clinton C.oyert and Alvin Mil
de of Jackson were here Satur-
The many friends of Judge j
Whybark, who was run over by !
an automobile here some time !
ago, will be glad to learn that he
has recovered from the result of
the accident and will be home '
from the St. Louis hospital next!
Mrs. M. A. Grissom left fori
ing, where she will visit rel
atives and friends for several
days, and incidentally to attend
the big fair now going on in that
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IN THIS PART OF THE STATE.
Have your suits, pants and overcoats
pressed on a Sanitary pressing machine;
400 lbs. pressure on every crease; by rais
ing the nap we put a new finish on your
Ladies, have us clean and press your
suits, skirts, waists, dresses and gowns.
We will make 'them fresh and new. It's
not an expense to have your garments
pressed and cleaned, when they become
mussed and dirty.
fiats blocked and retrimmed. We
carry a complete line of Stetson trim
mings. We do all kinds of alterations on
ladies and gentlemens' garments.
Work called for and delivered.
UP TO DATE CLEANING AND DYE WORKS.
119 Main St. CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO. Phone 216.
Wm. H. Miller, president of I
the Southeast Missouri Trust '
Co., was one of the principal'
speakers at the recent meeting .
of ihe Missouri Bankers' Asso-'
ciation held at Sikeston. !
The K. & L. of S. held a
meeting in their hall room Mon
daynight; after the regular cere
monies were dispensed with a
pie supper was enjoyed by the
Miss Bessie Baker has return
ed to Sikeston after an extended
visit to friends here.
I a Id A. (Jlenn. PrcsM-nt-II.
Ii. S. ,lu.M'ili, I'astiiiT
(!.S. Summers, AsM. fusilier
W. (). ltownian, Ast. Cashier
II. UremnuTiiiaii, Saving lept
A pleasant surprise party was
given Clara Maier at her home
on South Frederick street Tues
day night and was greatly en
joyed by the participants. Many
games were played and an all
around good time was had. Re
freshments were served. Those
present were: Misses. Alma
King, Nora Steck, Anna Geld
macher, Dena Breneke, Clara
Koeppel. Neta Brune. Vera
Hanny, Dena and Clara Maier.
Mrssrs, Tony Gockel, Louis Kas
sel.Ben Walther, Eddie Koeppel,
Gustav Walther, Henry Ilohler,
Leo King, Willie Maier.
The work on the Frisco levee
is progressing nicely and when
completed will add much to the
attractiveness of the town.
People landing here and getting
off the trains are sure to be at
tracted by this improvement.
It is almost certain that a new
railroad will follow this advance,
and when the Cape has a fine
railroad system the wholesale
interests are sure to pick up.
COTNER AUTO SUPPLY CO.,
Phone 605. No. V2 Main Stkket
Automobile Supplys ol all Kinds.
Wholesale Ami Retail Dealers
CAPE CI3AR3EAU, K1SSCUSI
Accounts of individuals, business firms and corporations
solicited. Interest on Time Deposits and Savings
Accounts at rate of 4 per cent per annum
OFFICE ROOMS AKD SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES FOB REST
Dr. Ivan Lee Holt will begin
a series of lectures at the State
Normal to-morrow (Saturday)
evening on the operatic writings
of Wagner, the great dramatist
and composer, using Tannahaus
er, a Wagner masterpiece, as the
first subject. Dr. Holt is thor
oughly conversant with the best
scholars of the past and present,
having a deep insight into the
mysteries of the classics, and
those in attendance at these lec
tures will be well repaid for their
time. Mrs. Stoker, a noted St.
Loais soprano, will furnish music
and song to complete the special
John Ferrynick, employed at
the cement plant, sustained in
juries to an arm while working
around the machinery at the
plant. He suffered severe bruis
es but under- treatment of Dr.
Dalton is rapidly improving.
! Mrs. C. L. Leflin and grand
'son, Ernest, who has been in
'Cape Girardeau several days for
; treatment of the latter, returned
Friday, the little fellow l?ing
much improved.--Hayti Herald.
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CAPE GIRARDEAU, .... .MISSOURI
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Lillian, the infant child of
Maj. Flemka, which has been
critically ill at the Hays Hotel
for the past three weeks, is im
proving slowly. The child has
whooping cough and fever.
Capital, $500,000.00 All Paid
The young nen of St. Mary's
church gave a progressive euchre
party at the school hall Thurs
day night and the time was
pleasantly passed by the attend
ing party. An admission fee of
25c was charged and a nice sum
resulted from the efforts of the
A car load of fine Missouri redj
apples was shipped from Seventy
six, a small station near here
last week, and sold in Poplar
Blulf at one dollar per bushel.
Frank White of Kennett was
in the city several days this
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