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"S0CC1SS COftttS TO TH'JSt HO CO OUT AND CIT IT"
S':s:cr!i?Tici n:n, six 3 a year, i j KZ'ivizi
Capo Girardeau, Missouri, Friday, November 24, 1911,
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The quality of these suits are All
Wool In Blue Serges, Gray Mined
Worsteds and Finest Cassimeres, and
are made up in the prettiest styles
for children of these ages. In order
to close them out quick ve make the
following prices on them:
Fine Cnwsimere Suits worth $3.00 will be $1.75
Fine Blue Serpo and Gray Worsted, worth $4.00 will he. . .52.50
Fine Blue Sero and gray mixtures, worth $4.50. will he. .$3.00
Fine Blue Serge ami Pure Wool -Worsteds, worth $3 and
$0. will he $3.50
These are great hargains.
Everything in our stock will be sold.
Lut tl Premiums lor Southeast
Illssoari Cora .bow
Deceiver 4 to 9.
The premium lists are growing
daily.. Prizes of $10. $5, $3 and
$1 for first, second, third and
Division 1 Men's classes:
C!as3 A Best ten ear3 of stan
dard varieties of white corn
Boone county white; St. Charles
white, large; small; Commercial
white; Johnson county white.
Class P. Best ten cars of stan
dard varieties of yellow corn
lb id's Yellow Dent; Learning;
Cartnor; St.. Charles yellow.
cIa.-i.-3. Corn shown must have
been grown by the exhibitor
during the summer of 1911.
3. Corn shown must be left
on exhibition during the entire
The people of Cap Girardeau
have given liberally and many
manufacturers of farm machine
ry are oiTering valuable prem
iums. A full list of donors will
be published as soon as lists are
County Court Proceed.-s
Ndeler 21, 1311.
George Taylor is ordered ad
mitted to County farm.
Erroneous assessment of Mar
tin G. Kutcber for tax of 1011
corrected by striking off J00O on
personal valuation and $700 en
17.59 acres the N. F.. pt. N. E.
S. E. see. 8, Twp. Z- Rge. 1.1,
and collector is authorized to
L lass C-Best ten ears of mix-j of the City Council of the City
ed varieties; medium and late 0f Cape Girardeau, sealed pro-
; take credit for taxes on same.
CITY ViORK. i Assessment of the C?pe Cir.
Proposals YTanted for Installing Estates Co. is divided in order
Toilet Rooms in Court House j to Pcrmit owners to pay on cer-
! tain land.
- Acting for and by authority: AnniiratiflT, i nn.i ,1(!t;i(,n
of Sidney Verb!.? for license to
any variety Prize,
spreader, coin harvester or gas
oline engine, worth 3121.
Claps D Best single ear
Prizes, $3, 3, $2 and $1 While
posals, or bids, will be received
ten ears by the City Council of said city.
in a n u r c j furnishing ;dl labor and ma
terial and installing in the Court
House in said city, all plumbing.
fixtures and everytmng
keep -dramshop at Cape Gir. an
proved and license granted.
In the matter of Louis liouck
vs. Cape Giraracau County,
Council is authorized to consent
;to a continuance at the next term
r.eces-.0f circuit court.
lor WiK-t rooms m said; Tn the matter of the petition
corn, any variety; yeiiow corn, uaii.iing. of V. Adams et al for
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ussy variety; raixea arieues. j oaiu propix-.ais snau ie m con- yate road trial by
- a I T . t 1 .iffrmltl' ILlffl ' u )i!-int! Old -icr- . , ,
wtepstaKcs ijest single ear """"J vl,,m,nJ .-,.u.-,monv neara ana arguments
of any variety Prize $10.
Class E Best bushel (70 ears)
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zv i"! r jfg r" f ' s 1
FROM BUSINESS SALE..
-Prizes. $10. $3. $3 and $1
j White corn, any variety; yellow
jcorn, any variety; highest shell
ing percentage Corn grader or
fanning mill, worth $25.
Division 2 Young men's class
es (age limit from 15 to-22).
S 'cial premium scholarship
pr: a for young men between
ages stated above. One scholar
ship amounting to $19 offered to
each county in the Southeast
Mii-ouri Normal district, to be
awarded to the young man show-
motions ior a,u worn nuw on;attornev3. Jury returns aver
file in the office of the Citv Civi le j diet assessing damages due
of said city. j Frank Heusehoher 30.00 dam-
Ail bids i i be filed in the! ages and cost, adjudged against
ofT.ce of said clerk not later than ,the petitioners, and defendent is
:uonuay secern oer next, p.m., o-jvpn timp tn Anril l .-t 1M tr
erect fences and open the road.
Accounts presented and allow
ed as follows: To W. T. Rol
ston for transporting poor per
sons from rrinnt-v Sii flO- T? W
the date of a regular meeting of
said City Council, when propos
als, if any, will be opened at
The bidder to whom the con-
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tract may oe awaruea snan give RUSSe;i $75.00 appropriation
bond for the faithful perform-. for premiums, corn show; Mrs.
anceof the contract; said bond jj. L. Mobeiv. f-r temp, relief,
to be approved by the Mayor E. A. Eedweli. Roadover-
and filed with the City Clerk ' St,cr No 4 ,$150,000; H. L. Hoff-
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incr th best ten Pars of corn of I V T, " uieiti. ir. vieiK lees ana
. , , , ,01 tne contract. Ttne n r."- Ad.-t'
j. . . lheLitv reserves the right to
shjp premiums to young men. reject any and a bids
. ' "Street and Wharf Committee
One scholarship amounting to . 0f the City Council."
$19 offered to each county in the ! TT '
! Southeast Missouri Normal dis- l' " "u lrr-
tnct, to be arwarded to the ; . '
young women, between 15 and 22, "
vearsofage. who exhibits the; Malcolm Hough, 4-year oiu son
ht loaf of bread baked bv her- of R. C. Hough, who was severe-
for Ct. House r
er at G
. Bids f
1 do!. W. '
pairs, $11.90; J.
for supplies to boil
House, $11. 30: City
or water and light.
Girl ed 12 Years Marries. jSan Bernardino Mountains on
j one side and south of him the
Sunday's Commercial -Appeal San Jacinto range, is a figure to
says: Arthur Gray. 23 years, J be envied. A man without
and Mabel Iluckaba, agd 12 j imagination could not have done
years, daughter of the employer the thing. It drew him on like
of Gray, both of near Caruth- a magnet, and he must have re
ersville, were married last night veled in the experience. Of all
by Justice Charles Gallina. The ' the pioneers he is the most pic
couple came to Memphis Thurs- j turesque. The prarie schooner,
day morning and have been at J the locomotive, the Hying ma
Powell's hotel, and aim to re- j chine, we wonder what the eagle
turn to Caruthersville to-day. and the coyote must think of the
Gray for sometime has been in ! powers of the white men.
the employ of the father of his!
wife as a farm hand. He says; The farmer with his potatoes
he and his wife have been go- jaml his apples, the miller with
ing together for live or six j his flour and meal, the hardware
months and that the parents of j man with his nails. Hie cement
the girl objected to the mar-j manufacturer and many other
riage. They decided to get mar- j users of the famous slack barrel,
ried anyway. The girl is a child , liat combination of staves, hoop
ooks as well as vcars. iSheis,a"11 wini is ma 111-
smalt of statue
and, w ears child-
detract from the
of Calbraith P.
who has traveled in an aeroplane 1
aero the continent, from the
Atlantic to the Pacific, that he
pursued the. route of least resist
ance and took bi.- time to reach
iho goal. Only a man of sterl
ing courage and undaunted rose-j vice develop this interesting
lution would have dared to follow truth. Moreover, statistics taken
the Southern Pacific through directly from reports from 950
tended to hold water or some
thing stronger in flued form,
used forest products last year
having the enormous value of
$15,oS,253. '1 he average man
would little suspect that the
nimble barrel plays so import
ant part in the exper.se accounts
of the American farmer and
manufacturer, yet figures com
piled by the census in co-operation
with the U. S. forest tcv-
Jefferson Roberts, a well known
and prominent citizen of Van
duser, died at his home last
Sunday morning, the 12th, at
the age of fifty-six years. The
remains, accompanied by a large
crowd, were brought here Mon
day and laid to rest in the Mor
ley oemetary, the Odd Fellows,
of which order he was an honor
ed member, having charge of
the burial service. S. C. Banner.
After an absence of twenty-j
five years, John Davenport, an:
old resident of this section, who !
has been employed in a gold
mine at Boulder, Col., arrived in
Jackson Tuesday. He was ac
companied by his brother, Cass
Davenport, of Oak Ridge.
The postofilee department an
nounces that a new ten cent reg
istry stamp has been prepared to
use on registered mail. It will
be of a special design, light blue
in color and easily distinguished
from other stamps. Ordinary
postage stamps may still peused
for registry fees but the new de
sign is to be recommended in
stead. They will be placed on
I self. Total sum of scholarship ;' isurnea last weeic wnue piay-
premiums to young women. -.-. '3
5 i improved. The burn was on his
Division 3 Boys" classes (un- riSht arm-
der 15 years old).
Class A Best 10 ears of stan
dard varieties of white corn
Prizes of $5, $2.50 and$l Boone
county white; St. Charles white,
large; St. Charles white, small;
Commercial white; Johnson coun
Class B Best ten ears of stand
ard varieties of yellow corn
Reid's Yellow Dent; Learning:
Cartner; St. Charles yellow.
Class C Best ten tars of
mixed varieties Early varieties:
medium and late varieties. j
All boys and young men are
allowed to show winning sam
ples in the sweepstakes contest j
iwith men. :
Young men (ages 15 to 22)- A j
contest in judging and scoring!
Su; t. -i County Farm
ted irom C. D. Ran
. Hobbs. 1). C. Hilder-
braiid. Theo. Uusch. Jacob Buseh.
Louis Koch and R. M. Master
son and matter of the appoint
ment continued to Dec. 4th, 1911.
The Audit and Bond Company
report progress of their work
and are authorized to continue
until Dec. 4th. 1911.
Court adjourned to December
Gilbert Stacey of Frederick
town is now connected with the
Riverside Lumber Company.
sale Dec. 1st.
com; not less than live samples
of white corn akfive of yellow
to be judged FiNi premium
$7.50- :Vt, $5: 1th.
New Mexico, Arizona and South
eastern California. Calbraith
P.-Rodgers, flying high in the
pure air of the desert in space
that seemed illimitable and un
supporting and with the majestic
cooperage mills in all parts of
the United States show an in
crease of $1,GG9.GS8, or 11 per
cent in the value of last year's
product over that of the pre
t to a correspond nt
i$10; 2nd. $7.
o; low in
lot- A u.-!.:. :
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idem Taft's Cabincnt olneersi
are: Secretary of State, Phil-1
auderC. Knox; Treasury, Fran!;-!
tin MaeYeaugh; War, Henry L.
Stim-ioir. Attorney General, Geo. j
v. v. icKersnam; lost master
General. Frank ii. Hitfhcock;
Navy, George Yon I... Meyer; In
terior, Walter L. Fishier; Agri
culture. James Wilson; Com
merce and labor, Charles Nagel.
The salaries of the cabinent
ctficers are $12,000 each, except
the Secretary of State, whose
salary is $8000.
less than five samples oi.
corn and tlvt
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Rules Goveruini Tnirunce of j
1. Corn sent in for exhibition
must reach Cape Girardeau by
December 1. 1911. Later en
tries may bo made, until Decem
ber 3, on payment of 50 cents
for each entry.
2. No person may make more
than one exhibit under each
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