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WE WOULD SERVE YOU
Do not think the Cape County Savings Bank as being merely
a place to deposit your money. While the primary funtion
of a bank is to safeguard the people's money we feel that
our obligation to the community requires a great deal more
of this bank'. It is our desire to render to our patrons every
service and accommodation that can reasonably be expected
of a well managed bank. It frequently happens that our
business experience enables us to make helpful suggestions
in business matters, and we are anxious and willing to do
what we can for the best interests of customers, and we in
vite you to come to us often. It is a pleasure to us to have
you speak of this bank as YOUIl BANK and of us as YOTR
Your bualnasa solicited, appreciated and Protected
CAPE COUNTY SAVINGS DANK.
CAPITAL: $50,000.00. SURPLUS: $60,000.00.
TWKNTY.'LWO YE.UiS Sl CCKSSM L HANKING
Local Happenings. j
CUT FLOWERS AND FLORAL DESIGNS
Fok All Occasions.
J. W. UcCOUBS, JR.
Undertaking and Embalm'ng.
, Day I'honc No. m. Xljtlit l'honc HI
Don't forget the bazaar.
Complete stock of holiday
goods at Grant & Graef's.
W. F. Schlueter of Lutesville
was in the city Tuesday.
The Tuesday club met with i
Mrs. L. HofTmeister this week. '
Ben Rudert of Tilsit was here
B. F. Sides and John Hoch of
Pocahontas were in the city last
The town boys had the op
portunity to use their skates
If you want to dress up in
good clothing cheap go to HofT
meister & Macom's.
Mrs. Alvin Neibert and Miss
Lillian Neibert of Sikeston re
turned to their home last Fri-
. .... .. nnrfr ai Kottat
i (lenuino Kiir Miiddv coal, four
Do not fail to see the bargains ; dollars and half a ton. Carter
Henry Linze of Illmo, was in
the city Sunday seeing friends.
Mi s. Laura Cannon and daught
er Florence, returned home from
Marble Hill last week, they
had been visiting Mrs. Wise
carver. L A. Goodwin, returned last
Friday from St. Louis, where he
had been to purchase opera
chairs for the high school of
Miss Pearl Beattie has ac
cepted a position with Grant &
VV. L Trickey of Flat River,
was here Sunday visiting home
Miss Imogene Vineyard 19 at
Caruthersville visitiug friends
Clarence Grant and John
Putz transacted legal business
at the Cape Monday.
Mrs. Will Roth of Scott county
is a guest of Fritz Seimers and
family this week.
The Literary club met Tues
day with Mrs. C. W. Henderson.
The study for the afternoon was
Merchant of Venice.
Dr. Schuchert and a party of
hunters from the Cape passed
through this city Monday.
Mrs. Charles Williams return
ed Saturday from Des Ark, Mo.,
where she had been visiting re
latives. The little son of Wm. Wessell,
who has been very sick, is re-
in shoos at Heinberg's.
We understand thfl wedding
bells will ring soon. We won
For Sale Good seasoned mul
berry posts. Apply Loos' Bros,
For wood saws, gasoline en
gines, and feed grinders, go to
McNeely's Machine Shop.
Tom Miller of Millerville, was
in the city Friday.
You will do better on suits,
cloaks and over-coats at Hein
berg's. Wm. Paar transacted business
at the Cape last Friday.
The ladies shirtwaists at Hein
berg's are very pretty and very
Several magazine solicitors
were here last week doing busi
ness. Beware of these men who
offer fountain pens, etc.
You will find a complete stock
of underwear, sweater coats and
blankets at Heinberg's.
Kindling We will make
prompt deliveries of good dry
kindling in three foot lengths.
20 bunches for one dollar. City
Transfer Co. Phone 221. n49
The Family theatre offers a
fine show for the next two days.
Oome out tonight and enjoy the
The Jackson opera house is
for rent for a year or longer.
Applicants may inquire at W.
B. Sohaefer, Louis Milde or A.
Kuellmer. 43 tf
Mrs. Alvin Penzel of Gordon
ville was in the city Saturday
visting Emil Penzel and wife.
Watch McAtees Mercantile
Company's window each Satur
day for bargains.
Cal Reed and Bud Russell of
Fruitland were in the city Sat
urday. Heinberg is offering great
bargains in shoes. See them.
J. A. Horrell left last Satur
day for Springfield to visit his
daughter, Mrs. Mary Leemon.
Be sure and see the big ten
cent department at the McAtee
Mercantile Co. Come in and in
spect the pretty goods.
Miss Stella Hough of Miller
ville was in the city Saturday.
Sherman Daley is installing
the new heater in the Central
WANTED Man and wife to
work on farm. Will pay good
salary. Address John B. Oliver,
Neely'a Landing, Mo. for partic
nirs. Dean Ware of rruitland,
was in the city Monday Fhop
ping. Adolph Kuellmer had business
at the Cape this week.
Herman Bock and family and
ville coal, four dollars a ton. All
orders promptly delivered. Kas
ten & Schmuke Press Brick
Fifteen per cent discount on
overcoats and all clothing and Charles Stehr and familv of the
odd pants at Iloffmeister & ' Cape were in the city Monday.
Macom's. i John Mann e(itor of the Qak
Scialpe low price on ladies' : Ridge Indicator was here Mon-
suits, skirts and cloaks at Hein- !day.
berg' s '
' , Miss Minerva Hitt, who has
W. L. Mabrey has moved to, been visiting - relatives and
the property lately vacated by rien(la in thia city for 6everal
L Caldwell. j daySi returnfcd to her Cape home
Come and see Santa Claus at ! Monday.
McAtee Mercantile Co. Look; Shirley Smith departed for
for him Saturday week. j Houston. Texas. Monday, where
Don't miss those values in j he has accepted a position in a
ladies cloaks and misses over-j store.
coats at Iloffmeister & Macom's. . 0 , e.,
, , ., . . ! Wm. Schmidt one of the prom-
Don t fail to visit our store inentfarmer8 of near Neejy.g
and see the line of Christmas Landing waa in the city Wed.
goods, which are now on dw-neBdayon business.
play. Grant & Graef.
f ;n tn Hntrmoicrpr A- Matnm'a
Will Heyde, who's been
reported to be out again.
Mrs. Anna Rhody of Flat
River arrived, here Saturday to
visit Mrs. Vaughn Priest
Don't fail to see our window
display of Shur . Edge cutlery
Thursday, December 1.
Grant & Graef.
For Bargains in gasoline en
gines, go to McNeely's Machine
Miss Etta Hope of Shawnee
town was in the city Friday.
Mrs. Julius Ramsey, who has
been ill for the past three weeks
at the Mayfield sanitarium in
St. Louis, is leported convales
cing. W. W. Cramer transacted
business at the Cape this week.
Beginning Saturday, Decem
ber 10 and continuing until
Christmas, the greatest values
in misses' and ladies' cloaks
ever offered in Jackson. $11.00
and $12.00 coats at $8.29; $10.00
coats at $6.95; $8.00 and $8.50
coats for $5.95. All other cloaks
cut proportionally at Iloffmeister
The markets of New York,
Cincinnatti, Chicago and St.
Louis have been gone over by S.
M. Strain, the jeweler, and the
fine stock of goods he is showing
for holiday trade testifies to his
ability as a getter of good
things. On January 1 Mr. Strain
will celebrate his Fifteenth An
ni' ersity as a jeweler. This
porience counis for a great (!ei
oi expert jewelry knowledge.
Mrs. Bud Bonney of Fruitland
was in the city last Friday shopping.
for genuine New Orleans mo
Better than any silver-tongued
thermometer or costly barometer
is an old , scratched up and lop
eared cat, says an exchange. If
he eats grass it is a sign of rain;
if he stands with his back to the
stove, look out for cold weather;
when he washes his face, wash
yours, for company is coming;
if he is nervous at the time he
is usually sleepy, look to your
lightning rod, an electrical
storm is brewing. Everything
he does is a sign of something.
If you haven't got a measly old
cat you had better get one at
"Will you please keep my baby
while I go down town? I will
not be gone longer than half an
hour," said Anna Smith, alias
Frances Howard, to Mrs. h're J
Leslie of Poplar Bluff one day
last week. Mrs. Leslie consented
and held the tiny tot for the
allotted time and many more
hilf h urs besides. Finally she
b came tired holding it and re
ported to the police. The young
woman had worked in the Bluff
as a servant for some time past
It is id her parents resident
Puxico. A warrant waa sworn
out for her arrest, Citizen.
Lost A mule collar, Tuesday
afternoon , Dec. 6, east of town.
Finder return to Everett House.
Mail service to this city w
somewhat impaired Tjesday t..
e heavy snowfall or' Monday.
The auto as well as te Mountain
'rain wa9 several hours late.
Bring your advertising to the
Herald. Results guaranteed.
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rnn, nA W-oftc All our lilies and riHKlr.'!. s u raps win .... son
VlUdha dllU lliat3 atUreatly Reduced Price for t lie- next wee
All our Men's and Ladies' C'i ;ivatnttc Coats will le on
Crnxmnaiia Ctftic All om' Men s nn'1 1-a,lu'f4 1 l vatnttc t oats
iraYuIItllv vUdla snk' at a big Discount iluiinsr th next wn-k.
M .Ml ;rtnr DaAuraA All Trimmed and Untrinnn.,1 Hats, iVisian Uil.hons,
millinery IVeUUWeU Etc. in this department will he sold from now on at.
grently reduced prices. Some Pattern Hats at half price.
Reducing corset lias all the fea
tures of the $:t.00 and 3.00 cor
sets. New and uj-to-date at
(lie fpeeial price of
ii ii j 'v iri-
The New Cross Straps
PARISIAN A NO.606X
A corset o( irraceful line tor on avcract
(inure. Tho m-v crossed MiKrkTS at
tached at the waist line distribute the train
and insure n trim, sir.iittht f'kure with
great cuulurt to the wcaier when kitting.
QilLV V(iitrtiic A few tine Silk Petticoats, worth .fo.00 and fc fC
JIIK ICUlUJdU) .00 at the special price of U.7)
I flfA Cttri sine All Lace Curtains at special price. See the ex- flQ
ldCC WU1 Idllli tra wWe 3i var)ls lou jrtnins, at yOC
Overcoats at Special Low Prices!
Piirnfiiira Trtirimnni U1 Furnitun Department is full of good thing
rillllllUI C UCpdlllllClU Mlital,le for Christmas ( lifts.
Fancy Work Materials and Linens a good assortment, fine
dress trimmings, Good Laces at very reasonable prices. All
things that can be used for making your Christmas things.
We have a good supply. : : : ;
Shop early and avoid the rush sure to come
just before Christmas
We want to buy your turkeys anu it will pay
you to sell to us.
Dry Goods Company
Briefs, Catalog, Pamphlet and all kinds of
Commercial Printing, Printed Right
at Very Moderate Prices.