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"ALL 1HC HEWS THAI'S FIT TO fRINT "
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Capo Girardeau, Missouri, Friday, Oct. 18, 1912
Ed. D. Hays of Jackson, had
business at the Cape Monday.
Mr. and Mr3. M. E. Leming
went to St. Louis Monday.
II. E. Alexander had business
in J. P. Court at Jackson, Sat
urday. Manning Davis and Ben Cald
well spent Sunday with home
folks at Fruitland.
Chas. Schweer and family vis
ited Mr. and Mrs. N. VV. Keel
ing, at Jackson Su.. uy.
William Byrd of Jackson and
Ruddle Byrd of Texas were Cape
Mrs. A. J. Fagan, who has
been out in California for some
time is back home again.
3 Attorney Wilson Craemer
transacted business here Mon
day. Julian Friant, after a week's
stay in St. Louis, returned home
A Mother Goose party and
supper will be given at the
Methodist church Monday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Short
returned to Jackson, Sunday
from a visit with relatives in
Handmacher will take care of
his trade from the country. No.
SO Main street. Phone 875.
Write to State Normal School.
Cape Girardeau. Mo., for a pre
mium list of the biggest Corn
Show south of the Missouri river.
Mrs. Geo. Barton, of Kuttawa,
Ky. , is visiting her parents in
this city, Mr. and Mrs. D. A.
The State Normal School Farm
won four first and three second
premiums on vegetables at the
Cape Girardeau County Fair.
The Normal foot ball team
play Shurtleff college to
morrow. This is their opening
game and a large crowd is ex
pected. Handmacher's tailoring estab
lishment has the only Dry Clean
ing machine in town. Phone
No. 875 and he will call for and
deliver your suit. Adv. 39-4t.
Mrs. Tony Hohler, accompan
ied by Miss Helen Hohler left
Thursday noon for Chester, 111.,
to visit her parents Mr. and Mrs.
Dr. k. E. Cunningham, a gra
duate of The American School
of Osteopathy, Kirksville, Mo.,
and who was lately a member of
the Spaunhurst Institute of
Osteopathy, at Seymot"-, Ind. ,
has located in the Cape for the
practice of his profession, with
Office rooms in the Himmelber-ger-IIarr
ison lildg. Office Hou rs :
9 to 12 A. JI. 2 to 5 P. M. Others
by appointment. Phones, Office,
944, Res. 915.
Dr. Rex E. Cunningham
CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO.
Will Gockel of Jackson, is at
tending court here this week.
Juc?ge John A. Snider was, a
Jackson visitor Tuesday.
All work called for and de
livered at Handmacher's tailor
shop. Phone 875. Adv. S9-4L
W. F. Shipp, County Attorney
of Ochiltree, Tex., and a very
congenial gentleman, is trans
acting business at the Capo.
A. S. Handmacher, the tailor,
will dye for you. Give him a
trial. No. CO Main street. Phone
875. Adv. 39-4t.
Prof. P. (i. Ilolden of Ames,
Iowa, the world's greatest au
thority on corn, will be at the
Southeast Missouri Corn Show
and Farmers' Institute at Cape
Girardeau State Normal, Decem
ber 11-12-13-14. 1912.
Word was received here of
the marriage of Mox Williamson,
at Campbell, Mo. Mr. William
son, formerly a Cape county boy,
is now in the employee of the
Cotton Belt R. R., and is located
The opening of the Republican
campaign, in the county, at
Dutchtown. was attended by a
larger crowd than usually at
tends such meetings. The speak
er who was assigned for that
meeting missed his train, but
beginning at Allenville Tuesday
night, will fill appointments as
published. The Dutchtown meet
ing, which was Monday night,
was addressed by J. II. Poris
and the county candidates.
St. Louis, Mo., October 13
The police are investigating the
story of Laura Hitchcock. 17
years old, who was taken from
11 North Broadwav and turned
over to the police matron. She
says she ran away from her
home in Cape Girardeau, Mo.,
with a man who deserted her at
the Savoy Hotel, leaving her
without funds. Her father and
mother are divorced, she says,
and several years ago she was
placed in a home for children.
Afterwards she was sent to Cape
Girardeau, where she lived with
a family until the man in the
case induced her to come to St.
Louis. The police will hold her
until her story is investigated.
on the 1st and 3rd
Tuesdays.you can buy
a round trip ticket via
Frisco Lines at greatly
homa and Arkansas
and to points in Missouri and
Kansas; stopovers allowed frti
and 25 days to look around.
Take advantage of these re
duced fares to investigate the
section that you've long been
Ticket good on Frisco' superb U
feel electric-lighted limited train.
Tell th Fritco Agent where you
want to gohe will give you lowcit
coat of ticket, with lull (act about
schedule, train acrvice, etc. and
help yovi pUn your trip.
See the Frisco
y a i: i
T have bought the F. I. Goodwin Tailoring
and Pivssing Shop, on Main St., and will do
TAILORING, DYEING, CLEANING,
HAT BLOCKING and PRESSING
That v. ill please the mo.st fastidious customer.
All of our Suits will bo inad' by our own o-perienr-cd
and .skilled workmen. We are shorting
a complete assortment of pi ceo goods, the season
Newest and Best Creations, -which we will make
up for you in Styles and Patterns that will appeal
to everyone of taste and judgment.
Work Called For and Delived.
Trustees Sale ol ResI Estate.
Whereas II. Clay Phelps and
Eliza Phelps his wife, of the
County of Cape Girardeau and
State of Missouri.by their certain
deed of trust, dated the twenty
first day of April, nineteen hun
dred and eight (1908) arid re
corded in the recorders office of
said county, in book five i(5) at
page 241 of the land records of
Cape Girardeau County Missouri,
conveyed in trust to the under
signed trustee the following des
cribed real estate, situate, lying
and being in the City of Cape
Girardeau in the County of Cape
Girardeau and State of Missouri,
to wit: The north-east corner of
lot one (1) in Range "D, " being
twenty-one and three-fourths
(211) feet front on Water or
Levee street, by Sixtv-seven (67)
feet in depths, also the south
east corner of lot No. two (2) in!
Range "D." being twentv-three
and one half (23i) feet front on
Water or Levee street, by a
depth of fifty-six and one half
(5GJ) feet, all in the City and
County of Cape Girardeau, State
Which said conveyance was
made in trust to secure the pay
ment of one certain promissory
note, fully described in said
aeeu or trust, ana whereas de
fault ha3 been made in the pay
ment of said note according to
the true tenor, date and effect
thereof. And whereas the con
ditions of said deed of trust
have been broken by the makers
of said note and deed of trust as
required by the terms thereof in
failing to keep said property in
sured according to the terms and
conditions of said deed of trust
and bv reason of said default in
keeping said property insured.
Now therefore, I, the under
signed trustee, at the request of
the legal holder of said note, and
by virtue of the power and au
thority in me vested by said
deed of trust, will on Monday,
the 18th day of November, A. D.
1912, at the east door of the
court house, in the City of Cape
Girardeau in the County of Cape
Girardeau and State of Missouri,
between the hours of nine
o'clock, in the forenoon and five
o'clock in the afternoon of that
day, sell the above described
real estate at public vendue to
tne nignesr, Diuaer lor cash int
hand, to satisfy said note and'
deed of trust, together with the
interest and expense of execut
ing said deed of trust.
EDWARD G. ROLWING,
fMt OKIOINAL LAXATIVI COUOHCYHUP
tfntwualiOrCY AKD TAP
ORDER OF PUBLICATION.
State of Missouri. if
County of Cape Girardeau f
In the Cape Girardeau Court of
Common Pleas of Cape Girar
deau County, Missouri, No
vember Term 1912.
Henry VVildy, Plaintiff, vs.
Laura Wildy, Defendant.
Now at the day comes Henry
VVildy, the plaintiff in the above
entitled cause by attorney of
record herein, before the under
signed. Clerk of the Cape Girar
deau Court of Common Pleas, in
vacation and on behalf of plain
tiff files petition in suit herein
and also affidavit of plaintiff
herein, among other matters of
That said defendant, Laura
Wildy, is a non-resident of the
State of Missouri and that the
ordinary process of law cannot
be served upon defendant in the
State of Missouri.
It is therefore ordered by the
Clerk aforesaid in vacation, that
publication be made, notifying
her that action has been com
menced against her, by petition,
the immediate object and gen
eral nature of which is to obtain
a divorce from the bonds of mat
rimony contracted between plain
tiff and said defendant on the
grounds for the causes set forth
in said petition, and that unless
she be and appear at the next
, term of this court- to be holden
in the city of Cape Girardeau
Cape Girardeau County, Misso
uri, on Monday, the twenty-fifth
day of November, 1912, and on
or before third dav thereof, (if
the term shall so long continue,
and if not, then and there before
the end of the term), ard then
' and there answer or plead to said
petition, said petition will be
taken and adjudged as confessed
and judgment will be rendered
It is further ordered that a
copy hereof be published in the
Cape County Herald, a newspa
per published in said county of
Cape Girardeau, for four weeks
successively, the last insertion
to be at least fifteen days before
th commencement of the next
term of said court.
A true copy.
D. M. Sides, Allenville
James Beaudeau, Cape
Julia Unterriner, "
David Watson, Cape
Kattie Holmes, "
Benj. G. Krueger, Cape
Novella McEwing, "
Frank M. Dullmeyer, St. Louis
Leonora Stewart, Chicago, 111.
1000 Teachers at Ope Girar
deau for S. E. Teachers'
37th Annual Meeting October 24 26.
Eight hundred or 1000 wide
awake and progressive teachers
are expected at Cape Girardeau,
Oct. 21-2G to attend the 37th an
nual Session of the S. E. Mis
souri Teachers' Association. A
record breaking meeting is
promised both as to attendance
and program. President Theil
inan has prenare. a fine program.
The following are among the
speakers: Hon. Wrn. V. Evans,
State Superintendent of Public
Schools, or his representative;
Wm. Hawley Smith, the noted
lecturer and author; Dr. Eeau
champ, the well known enter
tainer; and strong speakers from
the University, the Normal
School and the Third Normal
District. Educational questions
of vital interest to all Southeast
Missouri teachers will be dis
cussed. Twelve counties will dismiss
their associations and the teach
ers in many of them will come
to the Cape in a body. Supt.
Wilson, of Jefferson, writes: "I
know you will have a great time.
A number of our teachers are
planning to go." Supt. Reddick.
of Perry: "We also, will dismiss
our county meeting." Supt.
Welker, of Bollinger reports a
good number. Principal Do
herty, of Dexter, engaged rooms
for a delegation of twelve. Supt.
Ross, of Pemiscot, reports: "We
will have fifty teachers at the
Association." Supt. Swan, of
New Madrid, "We want to take
every teacher in' New Madrid
county to the S. E. Teachers'
Ass'n." Scott county has'dis
missed its local association and
its teachers will come to the
big Cape meeting. This is from
Supt. Braschler, of Ripley: "We
have unanimously elected to go
to the Southeast." St. Francois
county will bring down a large
delegation in a special car. But
ler is planning to do the same
thing and is expecting to keep
the banner another year. Cape
Girardeau county will be at the
big Southeast in full force. Ste.
Genevieve county teachers will
be at Cape Girardeau. Mrs.
Graham, of Mississippi, reports:
"Our county association was
dispensed with this year that
our teachers might have the
opportunity to attend the S. E.
Ass'n. Supt. McAnally, of
Dunklin county says: "We shall
have at least sixty teachers pres
ent." Madison, Wayne, Iron and
Washington it is reported will
also be well represented at the
Association. Stoddard county,
with its delegation of more than
one hundred will be on the
Cape Girardeau extends to
the teachers a most cordial wel
come and a special invitation to
be present at the Southeast. All
teachers who are planning to
come will please write Mr.
II. S. Moore, Chairman of the
Committee on Accomodations,
for hotel reservations and places
in private homes.
FINAL SBTTLKM KNT NOT1CK.
Notice Is lu'ioliy tivcn to all credit
ors and otlicrs imt' rested ihthe estate
deceased, are notified that the under
signed, administrator of waid estate,
Intends to make tinal settlement of
said estate at the next term of th
Cay) tiirurdeau Court of (Aunnion
Pleas in Cape Girardeau County, state
of Missouri, to he holden at City of
Caoe Girardeau, in said county and
state, bei:inniiiK the -"ith day of No
1 1 EN KY A. MkYSTKDT,
October 14 in History.
The .separation of Venc-
eueia lrom Columbia cceured.
18 Jl Ileyer embarke-d at Bos
ton for India, as the first mis
sionary of the Lutheran Church
in the United States. He estab
lished a mission at Guntoor.
1812 Grand celebration in
New York of the completion of
the Croton Water Work?.
18 13 A check was put on the
progress of Irish agitation by
the arrest of Daniel O'Cor.nell
and his son on a charge of con
spiracy and other misdemeanors.
1S61 "Fighting Joe" Hooker
visited Chicago and waj given
a reception at the Sherman.
1870 Franco-Prussian war; a
French sortie from Metz captures
a Prussian supply train of 193
1874 Arguments in the di
vorce suit of Anna Eliza against
Brigham Young, the Mormon
leader, were completed at Salt
1S84 The State and congrega
tional election in Ohio was a
Republican victory by 12.000
1894 Musicians from all parts
of the world gathered in Vienna
to celebrate the golden jubilee
of Johann Strauss, the waltz,
1904 Russo-Japanese war;
Russians defeated; 33,000 said
to have surrendered; driven
back twenty miles; have 15,000
wounded; lost seventy guns;
battle in progress only twelve
miles from Mukden. Gloom at
St Petersburg increases as new3
of fresh disaster arrived.
1911 Associate Justice John
M. Harlan of the United States
Supreme Court died.
President Taft broke ground
at San Francisco for the Panama-Pacific
Exposition of 1915.
Miss Dora A. Goodin, of Bow
ling Green, Mo., is in the city
getting up a very handsome
business director, one of which
will be of much benefit to mer
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