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The Cape County herald. (Cape Girardeau, Mo.) 1911-1914, December 01, 1911, Image 5

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Oldest flank in Southeast Missouri
CapiJal, 5100,000 Surplus and Protifs $40,000
......OFflCERS.
. J. ALBERT, President.
R. 15. OLIVER. V-Pres.
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 6 till 9 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
ings Department.
1 1 Cape Locals
M. L, Doris of Emminence
was in the city Monday.
L. J. Albert, Jr., alter spend
ing several days in the city, re
turned to St. Louis, his home.
R. C. Hough and Jas. S. Mitch
ell of the Herald were in St
Louis Saturday on business.
Mrs. T. J. Schorb has had as
her guest this week Miss Eva
Sluter, her neice, of Indiana.
Mre. P. A. Hoch and son,
Philip, are visiting relatives in
Cairo.
Mrs. Charles Bums of ChafTee
was a guest of friends in the city
Sunday.
Otto Kassell, the popular mu
sician, returned from New Mad
rid Sunday. He filled some
musical engagements there.
The work in street improve
ment continues with success and
the thoroughfares are taking on
a more sprightiy appearance.
The Ladies' Aid of the Evan
gelical Church gave a successful
bazaar Wednesday. November
20th.
The November term of the
common pleas court commenced
Monday morning, the 27th, with
a fair sized docket.
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Vogt re
turned Sunday from an extended
visit to relatives and friends at
Perryville.
While Miss Lillie Meyer and
Mrs. Chas. Ilaman were driving
along the Jackson-Cape road
Sunday afternoon, the animal
became frightened and turned
the vehicle over. Miss Meyer
sustained serious injuries, but
her companion escaped unhurt.
The animal was frightened at an
automobile.
David A. Glfiin, I'n skl.nt
II. lU-zi. r, Vic -President
J,. S. Joseph, Casliier
1ST NATIONAL
CAFE GISARSEHJ, MISSOURI
CAPITAL
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Accounts of individuals, business firms and corporations
solicited. Interest on Time Deposits and Savings
Accounts at rate cf 4 per cent per annum
CFFICE RCCtfS AKD SAFETY
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II. L. MACIIEN, Cash.
J. F. LILLY, A. Cash
The infant child of Mrs Mc
Clord was buried Sunday. Funer
al services were conducted at the
home on Hanover street by Rev.
I. L. Holt.
The ladies of St. Vincent's
Parish will hold their annual
bazaar December 12th. Turkey
supper will be served in con
nection with the sale offerings.
The Presbyterian ladies gave
a chicken pie supper in the base
ment of the church Tuesday, the
Sth, and realized a nice church
fund.
Miss Emma and Gertrude
Schwepker are in St. Louis,
where they went Saturday to
visit relatives and incidently to
enjoy a nice Thanksgiving din
ner prepared for them.
R. L. Powell shipped a boat
load of hogs from Cape Girardeau
to St Louis hist -week. They
were fattened at his place near
here and"hauled to the Cape for
shipment.--Illmo News.
Ex-Senator J. M. Barlow and
wife of Plainfield, Ind, accom
panied by his esteemable wife,
came to Cape Girardeau Sunday
to be guests at the home of their
son-in-law, V. M Barlow. G24
Jefferson Avenue, for several
days.
Mr. C. Glenn Hope, of the
Hope-Cotner Automobile Co.,
this city, and Miss Maud Med
ley, fcrrnerly a teacher in the
Lorimier school, were married
at the home of the bride in
Gordonville, Monday afternoon
at 3 o'clock, the Rev. Clarence
Burton of the Jackson Methodist
church tieing the nuptial knot.
The wedding was a quiet one.
only relatives and close friends
of the bride and groom being
present to witness the ceremony.
While a student and teacher
here Miss Medley was popular
among a host of friends, who
will be glad to have her live
among them as a matron, and
the groom is worthy to share in
the happiness which is sure to
follow his marriage.
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W. ) liort in.n, Ar-st. (.'aMiier J
II. Hremmerinan, Saving lept.
$100,000.00
22,500.00
DEFOSIT ECXES TC3 RENT
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nTvvAWWS
I. R. Kelso returned Monday
night from Duller county.
W. M. Stone of Cape Girardeau
is registered at the Southern. j
Globe Democrat.
E. M. Carter, field represen
tative of the State Norma!, has
moved hi:? family to Cape Gir
ardeau. Dr. M. E. Shelton has moved
his office from the Hemelburger
Ilarrison building to a residence
on Broadway.
A spelling contest is in prog
ress at Gravel Hill today, which
is being conducted' by Miss Anna
E. Bailey, the efficient teacher.
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Albeit
and two children of St. Louis
are here as guests of Mr. and
Mrs. H. P. Pieronnet.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dowdy
of Charleston arrived in the city
Tuesday to be the guests of rel
atives and friends. They were
at one time residents of Cape
Girardeau and have many f-iends
here.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Simpson
lost their nine-months old baby
Tuesday night. The remains
were interred Thursday after
noon after services by Rev. I. L.
Holt.
It is rumored that a heater
factory will be established here.
The Automatic Heater Company
had two men here this week
looking over the field, but we
could get no definite information
as to whether or not the project
would be carried out. An insti
tution of this kind would be a
boomer for the city.
Miss Belle Bennett of Ken
tucky, president of the W. M.
C, of the Methodist church,
spoke to a large and apprecia
tive audience at the Centenary
church Wednesday night on the
subject of missions. Her speech
throughout was timely and is
sure to result in lasting good.
She is making a tour of tne
state, accompanied by other mis
sionery workers.
Wins Fiht For Life.
It was a long and bloody bat
tle for life that was waged ly
James B. Mershon, of Newark,
N. J., of whicn he writes: "I
had lost much blood from lung
hemorrhages, and was very weak
and run-down. For eight months
I was unable to work. Death
seemed close on my heels, when
I began three weeks ago, to use
Dr. King's New Discovery. But
it has helped, me greatly. It is
doing all that you claim." For
weak, 6ore lungs, obstinate
cougs, stubborn colds, hoarse
ness ,!a grippe.asthma. hay-fever
or any throat or lung trouble its
supreme. 50c and $1.00. Tril
bottle free. Guaranteed by all
Druggists.
Auction Sale.
The undersigned will on
Wednesday Dec. 6. 1911. about
six miles north of Cape Girar
deau, sell all of his personal
property, viz; farm implements,
stock and food, etc.
55-2t. HY. C. SCHRADER.
Small Timber Wanted.
For making excelsior we want
Cottonwood, Cypress, Willow or
Soft Maple; six inches or larger
cut, 4 1-2 feet long. Pay ?2.25
per cord for dry wood on car
(12 cords per car) at any station
within 50 miles of Thebes.
Green wood cut this winter
will be dry enough to ship next
July. Seasoned wood cut from
deadened lumber or leavings from
making ties, etc, can be shipped
when cut.
We'll contract for one or more
cars. Address
McMURTRlE BROS.,
Thebes, 111.
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ttQNTt'ZDYVS LAXATIVE
muMZar3Y AIO TAR
ORDINANCES.
(Continued from page five).
.'JOG, both inclusive, is hereby sot
aprntfor the interment of the
bodies of deceased colored per
sons, and f.hall be governed by
the same rules and regulations
herein made for the interment
of bodies of white persons.
Section 17. Duty of Sexton to
Obey all Orders of the Board of
Health.
It shall be the duty of the Sex
ton to obey all orders and rules
mado by tha Board of Health
touching the interment of the
bodies of deceased persons dur
ing the prevalence of contagions
diseases or in time of epidemics.
Section 18. Conflicting Ordi
nances Repealed.
All ordinances or parts of or
dinances in conflict with this or
dinance are hereby repealed.
Section 19. To Take Effect
When.
This ordinance shall take
effect and be in force from and
after its passage and approval.
Passed this 20th day of No
vember, 1911.
F. A. KAGE,
President of the Council.
Approved this 20th day of No
vember. 1911.
F. A. KAGE,
(Seal) Mayor.
Attest:
GEO. E. CHAPPELL,
City Clerk-
CITY WORK.
Proposals Wanted for Installing
Toilet Rooms in Court House
Acting for and by authority
of the City Council of the City
of Cape Girardeau, sealed pro
posals, or bids, will be received
by the City Council of said city,
for furnishing all labor and ma
terial and installing in the Court
House in said city, all plumbing,
fixtures and everything neces
sary for toilet rooms in said
building.
Said proposals shall be in con
formity with the plans and spec
ifications for said work now on
file in the office of the City Clerk
of said city.
All bids shall be filed in the
office of said clerk not later than
Monday December !, next, p.m.,
the date of a regular meeting of
said City Council, when propos
als, if any, will be opened at
said meeting.
The bidder to whom the con
tract may be awarded shall give
bond for the faithful perform
ance of the contract; said bond
to be approved by the Mayor
and filed with the City Clerk
within ten days after the award
of the contract.
The City reserves the right to
reject any and all bids.
"Street and Wharf Committee
of the City Council."
2t By Win. H. Coerver.
Chairman.
AD M I N I STRATOR'S NOTI C E.
Notice is hereby given that
letters of administration upon
the estate of Mary Ann Kinder,
deceased, have been granted to
the undersigned by the Probate
Court of Cape Girardeau County
bearing date the 27th day of
October, 1911.
All persons having claims
against said estate are required
to exhibit them to him for al
lowance within six months from
the day of said letters or they
may be precluded from any ben
efit of such estate; and if said
claims be not exhibited within
one year from the date of the
publication of this notice, they
will be forever barred.
LUIS F. THOMAS,
Administrator.
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after you take Dr. King's New
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enjoy their fine results. Consti
pation and indigestion vanish
and fine appetite returns. They
regulate stomach, liver and
bowels and impart new strength
and energy to the whole system.
Try them. Only 25c at all Druggists,
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