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OKlcst Bank in Southeast Missouri
Capilal, $100,000 Surplus and Profits $40,000
J. ALBERT, President. II. L. MACIIEN, Cash
B. OLIVER, V-rrcs. 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 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
eubject to check or at 4 per cent interest in our Sav
I : Cnpc Locals : :
The ladies of the Centenary
Methodist church prepared a
Bumptious supper for the Boost
ers in the basement of the
church building Tuesday night.
Short speeches appropriate to
the occasion were made by the
invited guests; General Passen
ger Agent Hilton of the Frisco,
and II. B. Gordon, representing
the Business Mens' League of
St. Louis, were the principal
speakers, who in their charac
teristic moods lent special em
phasis to the value of good
cooking. Besides the prominent
out-of-town visitors, many local
lights showed their love for
Judge Whybark, who was in
jured in a railroad wreck fcome
time ago, has returned from the
St. Louis hospital, where he was
taken for treatment.
Miss Florence Daley returned
from a several days visit to Ar
cadia Monday. She visited her
sister. Miss Maud, who is a stu
dent in school there.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Gordon,
who were pleasant guests at the
home of B. Bremmerman and
family several days, returned to
New Madrid Tuesday.
John R. Wood of Parma
brought his wife here Monday
and placed her in the St. Francis
hospital, to undergo a sergical
A residence belonging to Emil
Sebastain, North Pacific street,
was destroyed by fire Sunday
morning about nine o'clock.
Some of the household goods ll
were saved, but the buildimr. 'i4
two-story structure, was a c.69
plete loss. The owner carina
Mrs. E. H. Storm of Carbon
dale, 111., arrived m the city
Monday to visit her son, C. H
With the present encouraging
outlook for factories, Capo Girar
deau seems to be putting the
risht foot foremost, with the
view of making this town a real
live wire in the manufacturing
industries. If good judgment
is used there is no doubt that the
factories already promised will
materialize?. The big box board
factory alone will be worth the
time and money to land. If the
men who propose to head the
plant are really sincere in asking
ground here for the same, they
will have few reasons to turn
down any reasonable offer from
the local promoters, a3 Cape Gi
rardeau certainly has the goods
in the way of shipping facilities.
and the straw can can be obtain
ed here in large quantities. I.t
the machinery come on; the men
are waiting to go to work. Let's
add a few more whistles.
Glenn McDonald, nephew of
J. T. McDonald, superintendent
of county schools, was killed by
the accidental discharge of a gun
Sunday afternoon while hunting
near the home of an uncle, only
a few miles north of Cape Girar
deau. The young man was stand
ing on the trunk of a tree, and
while in the effort to raise his
gun his foot slipped, the ham
mer of the gun struck a log, dis
charged the contents and the
shot struck his thigh, ranged up
ward' through his body and
caused a terrible gash. He died
about two hours after the acci
dent. The young man's home
was at DeSota, and his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. John P. McDonald,
were notified of the son's mis
fortune and arrived Monday
was seventeen years of age.
R. R. GIHcials Visit Cs-je.
As a result of the meeting of
the railroad officials with the
Commercial Club, better train
service for Cape Girardeau is
promised. Many changes in the
passenger schedules wan sug
gested and approved by ail con
cerned. A new time table af
fecting trains. that run in and
out of thi3 city will likely soon
be issued showing many im
provements over the old sched
ule. Perhaps the most impor
tant addition to the service will
be the adding of a local accomo
dation train from Cape Girardeau
to Caruthersville, to leave this
city at seven 'clock in the
morning. The following of
ficials represented the railroad
interest: General Passenger
Agent Hilton of St. Louis; Gen
eral Superintendent J. E.
Hutchison, of Springfield; Sup
erintendent J. S. Pyeatt.of Chaf
fee, and Division Freight Agent,
Warren Baker of Cape Girardeau.
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In a commercial sen
the employer is interested
in the quantity and quality
of the output of his typi-:;ts.
It ia evident, too. that it n
to the best interest of the
operator that each day shall
show a satisfactory amount
of work well done.
Therefore, Loth employer
and operator find in
Died, Sunday, morning, Mr.
E. W. Cover, at the home of his
daughter, Mrs. J. L: Thompon,
316 North Frederick Street. Mr.
Cover had been in poor 'health
for several years, and several
Each compositor on the force oit the months ago while in a hospital
, St Louis he became so ill the
ysicians gave up all hope' of
Uncle Jake Stone of Cane Giri accommodates 49 cups
, TT I mpel on each cup
arueau was nere aaturaay. lie
was a popular grocery drummer
in this territory several years
ago and has many friends who
are glad to see him. Puxico Index.
y. Ohio State Journal of Columbus, O..
has an Individual drinking cup, the i
cups DPing Kept in a wall case as
shown In the Illustration. The case
Is 3 feet high by 27 Inches wide, and
A number is Uvvm hfrarni mnpri imnrnvpd hut
and a the-Mune death of his wife proved too
i nncfo or kin for after he left
L. J. Pott was here from Pas- Campbell and came here he soon
j his recovery and he was taken
I to his home at Campbell. He
Members of a St. Louis civic
organization, as guests of Alex-'
ander Hilton, general passenger
agent of the Frisco railroad,
came to Cape Girardeau Monday
on a special car. The trip was
made to establish closer business
relations between the two cities,
and was brought about princi-
pally by wild statements sent'
out that St. Louis was discrimat-j
ing against this section. Short j
speeches were made by the fol-:
lowing men, who were the prin-(
cipal guests of the local Com-:
mercial Club at the instigation ,
of Mr. Hilton: II. B. Gordon of
the Business Men's League,
Flint Garrison of the Sales j
Managers Association, William
Clendenin of the Advertising
Men's League, A. II, Foote,
secretary of the Credit Men's
Association of St. Louis, and E.
P. Lampkin of the Manufactur
ers and Exporters' Association.
The Knights & Ladies of Se
curity held their regular meeting
Monday night and initiated ten
new members into the order.
They will give a big turkey din
ner on the 18th.
The Rt. Rev. Bishop Tuttle,
bishop of Missouri and Senior
Bishop of the Episcopal Church
in America, held services for the
Christ Church Tuesday night.
The Knights of Columbus
gave a smoker Tuesday night
for Father M. G. Henley. St.
Louis, and Father M. G. Mur
taugh, of St. Vincent's College.
C. D. Statler of
was here Monday.
cola the first of the week to see
Mrs. T. C. Stokes of Maiden
is visiting friends in the city.
Chas. Wilson went to Sikeston
Wednesday on business.
Chas. Juden spent several days
in St. Louis this week.
Edw. Halley went to St. Louis
Dr. Robbins of Illmo was here
Work is under way to improve
St. Francis hospital and it is the
intention of thos in charge to
spend $(50,000 in the cause.
J. R. Norman went to Kansas
City Saturday on business.
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Modest Ir.lereit oa ill Dspotits
Come, ice us D conviscei e will ilseo Lave your pairoae.
became worse, and on Sunday
morning at 9 o'clock he departed
this life. Funeral services were
held at the home of J. L. Thomp
son at 2 o'clock Monday after
noon, after which the remains
were taken to Campbell for interment.
The East Prairie basket ball
team came to Cape Girardeau
and met defeat at the hands of
the local team Saturday night at
the Normal gymnasium, the final
score being thirteen points to 0.
The game was an interesting one,
creating much enthusiasm
throughout students of the Nor
mal pulling all the time for their
colors, and the visitors, cheered
on by their leaders, made rous
ing efforts to win. The Cape
boys have won three of the sea
son's four games.
" ' Adjt. Gen. Frank Rumbold of
the United States Army, withj
headquarters at St Louis, and i
United States Marshal Regen-j
hardt went to Parma the first of
the week to assist in quelling'
the race riot that was looked for
there between some negroes'
from other sections and white
mill hands, who for some reason
had developed hostilities. At
first it was thought that the
militia would be called out. but
after the above-mentioned gen
tlemen arrived on the scene at
tired in regulation uniforms the
participants took "cold feet"!
and things are now said to be!
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at a normal state, uov. iiauiey
was notified that the militia was j
not needed and the rusty guns
that had been stacked in St
Louis so long are still stacked.
The local merchants should not
overlook the Herald's Big Spec
ial Holiday Edition, which will
be printed mainly to give them
an opportunity to properly adver
tise their goods to the people.
It will be a splendid piece of
printing in colors. Those who
are in doubt as to the proper
gift to a friend will be ridded of
that suspense when they see this
big holiday edition.
The Martell heater factory
which has been discussed for
several weeks as a likely addition
to Cape Girardeau's manufactur
ing industries, is now almost
assured. The company agrees
to operate an establishment to
manufacture stoves, with a pay
roll of $40,000 per year, which
meana an expenditure for labor
of $400,000 in ten years.
rN tlAI. LAKATIV COUSM SYRUP
The Scott County Teachers'
Association passed resolutions
thanking Mrs. Hunt of the Cape
Normal for her splendid address
before that body.
Miss Milan of the Normal fac
ulty returned from St. Louis
Saturday where she spent
Mrs. Jessie Hall of Chaftee
came down Sunday to visit her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.
Alas, Poor Docniaick!
To Editor St L. Times:
A rooster cannot crow in Los
Angeles. It has been so decreed
by the Legislative Committee.
This is sulfragette rule with a
vengeance. If a hen has a right
to cackle 1 maintain that a roost
er has a right to crow. True, he
does not lay the egg. but he
does dig the worm. The next
move probably will be to cut off
the spurs, and. with voice and
aword gone, the poor bird will
be left c hen-pecked nondescript
thing. I can think of no more
fitting place to lift wp my voice
In behalf of a voice than in the
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