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The Cape weekly tribune. (Cape Girardeau, Mo.) 1914-1914, February 06, 1914, Image 2

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Saturday, February 7th
The remains of the Jackson store stock removed to this store will be Closed Out and all Ready-to-wear
Garments for women and children will be placed on sale together with the stock of Dry
Goods moved over from Jackson. On account of being pressed for more time we cannot give the
list of prices, but come, you will be more than pleased with the way we are selling the goods. The
bulk of this Dry Goods stock is new having been purchased from the big sales of the St. Louis
wholesale houses and jobbers during the latter part of November. These goods were received at
the Jackson store just before discontinuing the Jackson store and therefore the goods are new and
nobby and very reasonable in price. Hence the Clearing Sale will be more interesting because of
the fact that these goods were purchased at a great sacrifice, and that we are now making a big sac
rifice in price in order to close out all Winter Goods and the Dry Goods stock that we may make
more room for our new Spring Goods which will be arriving soon.
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rami- In the Capi- Thursday on Imsi-
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Ali-xandrr wint to
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in tin- Capi- 'I'll 1 1 1 1 :t '
ttti-s Hralit a punili-l from mI.i -lon
is in tin- Capi- this wiik tryinn
to arr:i ri i- a lninn r-i m t c-t .
.1. V. Kelly nf tin- Mi ri hauls li.ix
- Haski t ( 'o. nf tiratnl Tnwi-r, pai-l
tin- Capi- a Inisini-ss visit Thur-ilay.
I''. ('. Iti-rtliiiK a well known fanui-r
Iiviiik on Kouti- ;t is - ii (i mi I to his
bed with a liht nttark of urip.
Attorney Wilson Cramer of Jai-k-iton
wan in the Cape on business
Thursday .
Jim. It. Walker of Jtenton was in
the Cape Thursday attending to
some liusiiitss luatters.
Will Coleman of Stc. Cienevieve
iitinc to the Capo Wednesday to
aicept employ ment with the dredninn
Il is Mtid that W. II. Millev
intends to enter the rai-e for eoiineil
man in the fourth waul.
It is riporti'd that the Kapp hotel
at Maiden was liurned Wednesday
John l'i 1 1 1 H I and sun of lleiiton
were in the Cape Wednesday on a
luisiui-ss trip.
Fred Wills left Thursday for More
house where he expects to lu-eept
employment with a lumber company.
I'. II. Holmes, J. II. Stinkard ar t
John Nilileck of Hurfordville were i-i
the city Thursday on a hhoppii.,;
Mrs. Clarence Lile of (Iranitc City,
III., rami- to the Cape Thursday
to visit her urandiiHitliir, NIrn. Kice,
of this cit v.
We have received a larne nliiptiient
of dianiotids ilirert from the importer
Call and see them. X. S. Weilir,
l'.'li Main street.
Kellv Shoults of Chaffee canie in
posed improvements on lic-Uevue j t he Cape Wednesday for the purpn.-c
slK'et. I of entcriiiK the employ of the Mine
j factory at this place.
.Viiiip ape (iirardeau visitors
It is rumoied that there will !c a
remonstrance hh-d anainst tin- pro-
1'hursday were Harry rierson, Mur
phyMioro, III , T. II. Hines, Muun
lain View and James Hines, Simi-inerville.
Hih-y 1'ilkner and wife left l-'riilay
fr Hlythesville, Ark., where they
will live in the future. Mr. l'elkner
was at one time eonnected with the
local recruiting station. He has
purchased a moving picture show in
Olliccr I.ee Atchison arrested two
strangers giving the names nf William
Shannon ami J. F. Wilford, Thurs
day night, on the charge of disorderly
conduct .
Manager droves of the Southeast
Missouri Motor Car company reports
the following Hales for the month
of January: One large Hudson Mx,
two xmall Hudson Mx, One Overland,
two llupmoliilcs.
Hon. Louis limn k returned Thurs
day from a business trip to St. Louis.
Joe (iliieck and son from Scott
County were in town Wednesday on
busini -ii.
Dr. Shi-I on left Wednesday after
noon for i- short business visit to
Magnus Dempsey left Wednesday
for an extended business trip through
the South.
I'ost master J'.. W. Fleutge went to
,1a- khiui Wednesday on a business
Clyde A. Walb of La (Iratige and
John V.. Warner of lieiilon are Cape
visitors thiti week.
Jay Critcliciifielil a stockman from
Columbus, Ohio, is in the Cape on
liusiii'.'ss this week.
A valuable horse belonging to
I. Ben Miller was stricken with lock
jaw Wednesday.
W. Ii. Arnold, manager of the
quarries at Xeelys Landing, is in the
Cape on a business trip.
O. II. MeCarty, Supt. of the Frisco,
urrived Tuesday and left over the
Hoxie line Wednesday morning.
Allen Kimmel returned from Wit
tenburg Tuesday where he purchased
10 head of fine horses and mules.
Miss Clara St. Leger and sister
left the ('ape Wednesday for a visit
with their grandmother in Illinois.
I. L. liosenplauter, manager for
the Armour Packing Co. at l'ast
St. Louis is in the Cape this week
on business.
J. M. Sublett of Hussellvillo, 111.,
stopped over in the Cape Wednesday
night on bin way to New Madrid,
Matthews and other points in the
southern part of the state, where he
has timber interests.
A. C. Craves who lives on
Henderson avenue in this city has
been rpiite sick for about three weeks
sulTcriiig with a nervous trouble, and
up to this time she is not making
much improvement.
Henry I.ittge nf Wittenberg is in
the Cape on a business trip.
W. O. Chilton of Kansas City was
was in the Cape Monday on bstiiness.
11. C. Jones has secured the posi
tion of night clerk at the Terminal
Dr. O. K. Foster of St. Louis is
visiting with friends and relatives
in this citv.
Otto Tedrick a large dairy farmer
of liloomtield is spending the week
in the Cape on business.
Win. Crunipecker of Morehouse,
W. H. Stone of Columbia, and L. T.
Kinder of Lutesville were Cape visi
tors Motulav.
Conductor I'awkett resumed his
work on the Frisco Wednesday, re
lieving Conductor Taylor who had
been working in his place.
Tony Wingerter tin eld citizen of
the Cape who has been in St. Louis
for several years returned to the Cape
for a dav'rt visit Tucsditv.
W. P. Barton of Jonesboro, Ark.,
who is interested in the new laundry
firm in this city is here to look after
his interests in the Cape this week.
A. S. Davis a real estate man from
Maiden, passed through the Cape
Tuesday on his way to Jacksion where
he lias some land matters to look
The Cape Candy Kitchen on Main
street change management Monday,
Mr. Desneros having disposed of his
interests in the business to his part
ner Joe Cottola.
The Cape Fire Fighters are going
to give their annual mask ball Feb
ruary 12. The prizes to be distri
buted on that occasion may be seen
in Wcyler's window.
J. W. Crawford of Vermont re
turned to the Cape Tuesday from
Advance where he had been looking
over some farm propositions. Mr.
Crawford will leave the Cape Wed
nesday for points in Indiana where
he will visit before returning to his
home in Vermont.
Commercial printing of all kinds
carefully and promptly executed t lie
"Monotype" way at the Trib jne
John Tlapek of St. Marys, promi
nent in local business circles, is in
the Cape looking after his interests.
Judge II. I-:. Alesander spent the
latter part of last week in Kloomficld
on legal business, and left for Jack
son Tuesday where he has some mat
ters coming up in the County Court.
Judge It. G. Kaimcy has been con
fined to his lioine for the past sev
eral days suffering with a severe
attack of grip, but is improving
rapidly and is able to be on the streets
It. II. Schultz, vice-president and
general manager of the (,'. (i. iV X.,
returned to the Cape Tuesday after
an absence of several days on a
business trip to St. Louis and other
Paul It. O'llryan of Kansas City
is in the Cape this week looking after
business pertaining, to the estate of
Catherine M. Doyle, of which he
is administrator. Dr. O'Hryan of
Oklahoma is here with his brothir
Jackson Notes I
Judge John A. Snider went to St.
Louis Tuesday on business.
Blueher Sperling and wife are in
St. Louis this week.
Mrs. (lerry Sibley entertained 10
of her lady friends Wednesday after
noon with a kaffee klatsih.
Tom Taylor and family arrived
from California this week and will
make their future home in Cape
Amos Schweer and Hosa Henderson
were married in the court house
Wednesday evening by J. P. John
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. McWilliams
will return Friday from an extended
visit to Columbia and Novelty, Mo.,
where they visited his parents and
other relatives.
Harvey Jones and wife came over
from the Cape Tuesday for a little
visit with relatives.
Otis Litzenfelner and Miss F.thel
Masterson of Cape (iirardeau were
married fit 8 o'clock at the Manse
by Rev. Lynn J. Ross.
Mrs. R. M. Slaughter of Frederick
town arrived Tuesday to visit the
family of S. M. McAtcr.
A. P. Uehrens attended the .ri(t()
party last Monday night. Mr.
Uehrens is now a Cape citizen.
Mr. and Mrs. lien (iockel Sr.,
of Cape Girardeau attended the oOO
party at Mr. and Mrs. Joe Schiniike's
Monday night.
Mrs. Martin I'roenesdorf was in
town Monday and reported Mrs. lal
Flentge of her neighborhood as quite
ill of rheumatism.
Miss Theresa Kies of the Cape
visited her broth.- Louis Kies ami
family and Fred Kies Sr., and family
last week.
A. P. Pehreiis left Monday to take
his position with the David Glenn
store at Cape (iirardeau. The family
nill go about Feb. 15.
David J. Bauer of Beech Ridge,
III., and Miss Vomit Schraw of New
Wells were married in the court
house yesterday afternoon by Judge
Fdward D. Havs.
Mrs. Philip Heyde arrived Wednes
day night from Mascoutah, III., to
visit her daughter Mrs. J. G. Ki-'s
who has been very sick the past week
but is thought to be some better at
Children and grandchildren to the
number of 27 surprised Grandma
Woods on her 75th birthday at the
home of her son Charles Woods,
near Me Perron's school house last
Sunday. A sumptuous dinner of
turkey was served.
Preparations are being made by
Mr. and Mrs. Henry (iockel for the
celebration of their China wedding
next Monday night. One hundred
and twelve invitations have I n
extended to friends in Jackson, ('apt'
Girardeau and St. Louis.
A bridal party came up from Scopus
Wednesday and Judge ICdward D.
Hays tied the knot. The couple
were Joseph W. Bollinger of Scopus
and Miss Maud M. Seabaugh of
Seiigi-wickville. The merry party
accompanying the bride and groom
wore his brothers Ki and Robert
Bollinger and his sister Miss Trueey,
Miss Lottie (iilland. Miss Minnie
Seabaugh sister of the brido and
Palmore Bridges. They took dinner
at the Burford hotel.
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