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THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD
CHAFFEE MER- STORE AT BLO- NMmmmmmmmmmmmmwmmmmmmmmmmmmmmwwnm UTICCim if rvrn iTiPiTrn i MCICKVUllUU FOR DAMAGES BY ROBBERS 1 Woman Badly Burnt Through R , b Arrested and Tried in Aliened ( are essnes.s I ill- j . wnIcr,g Cour( g inc( an Willi (.asohne . rt HIIMIJ lllWIIilll ALEXANDER FILES SUIT GUiLTY 0F PETiT LARCENYig Lamp Explodes While Plaintiff Held it in Hit Hands Tning to Adjust IUirncr the 1 1. 1 It ol hi' ( 'haf- v. . !l know 11 bu-i-- -1 1 t k ill i'i ii'l -llll p. I' . i inane- s.'i. :;..ti. Ml.-. .1 .mi. the F.ts-sman III. I: - ! I, is- if,. .!i it tin in- Hi ;in-' ;i in tin : iiii.iit.l i.f Ml-. M .1. l ilil. i- the plain tiff iiii'l -In' i- n l'ii -i n'.-'l by attorney II. E. A!i s.itnli ! of 1 1 1 1 city. Si. nil' in.' lit).- :iu" Mrs. Stanley was ihuiLrii.'i-lv luirin'.l liilr trying to inlji-l a lamp which ;i tint working t.i her s.iti-1'.ictioii. I nx-t-.-t i galioti -howed tliat tin- lamp liail been lilli.l witli u'l-nliiii'. ami the plaintiff contends lliat InT grocer ha.l maili' tin- Ini-takc of giving hrr gasoline instead uf dial oil. 'llir suit was (ilnl hist week ami will In' tried at tlic April term of t lu Circuit Court in licnton. Burglary Charge Dropped and Do fondant Agreesto Restore Stol en Money to Merchant The -tor.. ..f I. II. Mo lit. s of lil.-j hu m r. w..s Lin ulai ic. last "I'I 1 1 1 r. .!:. all. I "-7..MI in ca-h v.as taken I'rnl.i t lie afe besides a ilnllal' or ! two ill chance taken from tlic cash drawer. Henry Stidham Was arrested and l.rinmlit l.efi.rc Justice V. U. Wilier for hearing, .: tun lay inoruiiiif. The criine with uliicli lie was charged was petty laiceiicy ami burglary. Ill' offered a plea of guilty to petty larcency :iml was fined five dollars ami costs. The charge of burglary was dismissed and flu? burglary was dismissed and the de fendant agreed to restore the stolen money to the plaintiff. Mr. Ilnlilis is said to lip a brother i.f Ernest Hobbs the well known merchant of this eitv. FIRST NATIONAL BANK TO OPEN AN AUTO MAN CLOSES BIG DEAL New Appropriation Decidedly One of the Most Desirable of Its Kind Confirmation of Examiners Re port Received by Wire From Washington PROSPECTS ARE BRIGHT; Examiner Patterson Pleased With A LABOR SAVING DEVICE Support Given by Directors i and Stockholders Tom Harris and Miss Aria Nelson j of Oakridge Will Wed Tonight From l-cst reports obtainable, the in Jackson First National Hank will resume business next Tuesday or Wednesday. Tom Harris, the popular, hustling The officials ami others most deeply young automobile man of Jackson interested have been holding frequent has met with such success in the meetings, and while nothing for pub- conduct of his business, that he has beat ion has yet developed, positive assurance has been received that matters will be adjusted in time for the bank to open its doors in the transaction of business at the time above stated. We state by authority of the re organization commit Ice that a meet ing of the committee was held this morning and the result of their work was recorded to the examiner. He cause of the iion-rc.-iileiice of some stockholders and simitar comlit ions the committee has been delayed in completing its work. Now the examiner has made his report by wire but it is required that I i.tilirm his report through the mail and receive continuation from the department at Washington. Hecau-e of tlis inc. -.-it , the re opening i.l the bank will be delayed until the fore part of next week. The re-.. 1 1; ai.iat i'.ii committee lias berii woiLing n'n.1.1 ami day ami is verv iniiih t'l'iii'd "it the -upporl ejven ' in in b..' 1 1" mi ,i i- In. i .. - atld -oil..- of It..- I' '.hoi'!' I'-. wl'l. h H hi I p. d to i.l ;... HI a ri... t-pecd ,,.i':i.-ti!.. f '1 1 1 a'':.n . ICxami!:. r I'..' ' ' ' "' 1 -' I a' the w ... 'I . ... K. d:. "I in-tii v - . !... i 1. t ' i. Flying Missle Strikes Him on the ami -:'. I . i .. h I v i.i ).. up;... ii Foot ('attsiiiL'a Verv Painful - - rf - Injury decided to add to his holdings and has closed the deal for a most valuable and necessary adjunct in the way of an ornamental as well as a labor saving device. The new appropria tion is decidedly one of the choicest and most desirable of its kind. In fact it is said that many other young men in his vicinity envy Mr. Harris of his success. The good fortune referred to , is that he is to take unto himself a wife in the person of Miss Aria Nelson of Oak Ridge. The young people will be united in marriage tonight at the Haptist Church in Jackson, Rev. Carnelt solemnizing the event. They will make their home in Jackson, and have already equipped rooms in the home of Will Miller, the Cape to Jackson Auto man, with whom Mr. Harris has been living for sometime. The wedding will be a quiet one, and mine but relative and near friends will be present. MAN INJURED BY FRISCO BLASTING givi n I ;. !', -t..ck hoi I' i -. BOULDER CRASHES m ki.ed underthecar ...!. 11 II I -I I . .1 . 1 I THROUGH BUILDING M Vt7 &Ke i our Money Work We Offer, Subject to Prior Sale, the Unsold Balance of $200,000.00 Issue of the Treasury Stock of the Montgomery Shoe Company of America (Incorporated under South Dakota Laws) A UTUOlilZEl) C I J7 I LIZ. I TIOX Km, non share, par vahte of Tin Dollars car Full Paid and Xon-AxsexxaMc STOCK ISSUED and OUTSTANDING ax per annual report of Dec. ., l!)ll i;o,i;.J!) Share Stock in Treasury Stock authorized for sale this issue Stock to be reserved in Treasury for future requirements of the Corporation, .39,301 shares .20,000 shares .19,301 shares The Treasury Stock Has a Lien on AH the Assets of the Company and Its Earnings Until Its Dividend is Paid FCUroSKS for which this mock Is being sold are to equip a large factory for the mantifaet ure of Men's and Women's High Crade SI UK'S to be sold direct to the coii.iiiners from the Company's own stores and by mail. The Corporation owns valuable Secret l'roee-ses of making shoes that, have been demonstrated and found to be money-saving, also Trade-Mark that has been in use and before the public since January 7, lf!i. also large mailing list of about .100,11110, names of men and women, etich a prospective customer, about looo new names being added each week. The shoe business in St. Louis, Mo.. is conducted on a bastsof TWKSTV I'KR CENTN KT PROFITS on Capitalization. For In stance, a concurn turniitg it capital once during the year would mukti TWKNTY l'Klt CENT NET PROFIT, some of the older concerns in St. Louis turn their capital as much as THREE and tOt'R times during the year. Safeguards and Restrictions 1. NO PRIOR LIENS No mortgages exist upon any assets of this Company and none can be created without the consent of THREE-FIFTHS of the entire stock issued. 'J. NO FLOATINti DEHT The proceeds of this Issue, will retire the Company's bills payable, and furnish ample working capital to successfully carry on the business. 3. EST I MATEO EARN I NtiS Appoximately seven times the dividend requirements of this issue. 4. MANAGEMENT Will be continued by the present Executive Officers and others who are expert shoe men of many years' experience in the shoe business. 5. SINKING FUND Will be created to retire this issue at the option of the holder at par after FIFTY vears, regardless of how many dividends have been paid. 6. G'UA RANTFEI) STOOK Application will be made in due course to have this stock guaranteed against loss to the extent of its purchase price, by one of the strongest guaranty companies in the business. 7. Application will be made in due course to list this stock on the Hoston, New York, Chicago and Saint Louis stock ex changes. f. THIS STOCK should yield at least EIGHT PER, CENT In dividends right along. Having placed a large amount of this stock, we will receive subscriptions for the unsold balance At Par, Ten Dollars Per Share The sul)scriptions will be open Saturday, Nov. 1, 1913, and continue until unsold balance has been sold. The right is reserved to reject any application and to allot a smaller amount than applied for. Payments in full to be nuide upon allotment. Stock will be sent with draft attached if desired. Applications for this unsold balance may be sent direct to the- Montgomery Shoe Company of America, Inc. Mat-en f "Open Eye Brand" shoes 2635-28 Locust Street NORTHWESTERN RCS1NESS AG Y. Hank of Commerce liuilding, Minneapolis. M Intiesota Department J. H. J. M. Or to the Following: J. C. THOMPSON, Investments Morristown. Tennessee Saint Louis, Missouri TOBIAS S. MILLER, Special Representative, 'JtWS Locust Street, St. Louis, Mo. ?aiuuiuuuuiuaiuiiiiiuiauiuiiuuuiii!iiiiuiiuiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiuiuiiitiiiiuiiiuiiiuniuiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiitiiiiuiiiiiuaiiie: WELL KNOWN AUD TRUE BADLY SPECIAL WORK Uock Kclcasi-d by Masting- Hurled With Force ThrouKht Front 1 Window I METAL CAP DISPLACED 1 Family Out of House at Time of Accident and no Bodily Harm j Was Done J i bile the i;iftiiin was 01111 on 1 Sat 111 day iimiiiinij iiloni: the river) front in the Smilli .:nl of town, the metal cap that i u-ed to prevent indiscriminate liurliii of iiii-.-ilrs. was di.-placi d and wla n tlic shot went off ,1 law Inne was bulled ! tbi' front window of ilie little frame house hi loiicini; to Dr. St. Avit, foimnoiily known a- lie "I'm ld" property. 1 lie sash wa-i torn complete ly out and the rock went tliroucli the house and out the I. i 1 1 1 .1 11 door which offered but little resistt nee, us it was rendered a mass of splinters, There is a family livkm jntjie house, but fortunately the place was temporarily unoccupied. No damage. was done to the premises aside from the destruction of the window' and door. I'. M. Wilson, one of the men cm ployed in the Frisco improvement work aloim the river front, sulTercd a most painful injury Thursday mnrniiic:, from the effects of which it will be necessary for him to abandon his labor for several weeks to come. l0".-. struck on the foot by a flyinu tone that had been liberated by n blast inn discharge, w ith the results above stated. lie was aware of the fact that the blast was to be touched olT, and had concealed himself in what he thought was 11 place of safety. He was behind a box car, but the rock was hurled under the car strikinx his foot with such force as to bear him to the ground. He was taken to the St. Charles hotel were he is stopping duniin, his enforced discontinuance of labor. Mrs. John Sutton and sons, Presley and Charles, from lilythcvillc, Ark., came to the Cape Monday with a view of locating. The boys are pain ters and decorators and they are con templating opening a business in this city. They arc htopping at Scott's. OFFICER HAS DISAPPEARED? In Melancholy Fit A.M. Shop pard is Said to Have Hinted at Suicide LEAVES ON NORTH TRAIN Left Note to be Delivered to Wife (living" Statement of Ik btsand Instructions to l'ay Some hllle anxiety is being mani fested by friends and acipiaiiitances of A. K. Sheppard, jailer and deputy sheriff of this county. He has been in the Cape nearly all week in attend ance of the Common Pleas Court, now in session. On Friday his ac tions were sucl. as to excite atten tion. It is naid that he bus become morose and in Ids despondency de clared his intention to end his exis tence. He left a note with Accy Sherrill with the request that it be sent to his wife in Jackson. The contents of the note were nothing more than a list of debts he owed and instructions to his wife as to how to dispose of them. lie was seen to board a North bound train Friday afternoon, but no one seems to know as to his in tentions or destination. The Steamers Raid Eagle and Spread Eagle passed the Cape going North Monday night, fiom their winter cpiartcrs in Paducah. They will enter the upper Mississippi trade. HURT IN ACCIDENT Attempted to Leave Moving Wagon and Was Hurled Headlong In to raved Street ELBOW WAS DISLOCATED Taken to Nearby Drug Store Where He Received Surgical Attention And True, the well known transfer man of this city, suffered a most painful and serious accident Friday morning at about '.) o'clock. He was riding 011 the wagon of Jake Craven and when near the corner of Spanish and Mcrriwcthcr ho concluded to get off. lie advised Craven that there was no need to stop, and in his effort to leave the moving wagon his clothing caught in the double trees and he was thrown with violent force to the street. In addition to receiving a severe shuck, his right, arm was dislocated at the elbow, lie was rendered helpless by the fall, and was picked up and placed on the wagon by Messrs. Herbert Har rison ami Cot Morrison. He was taken to Miller's Drug store where Doctors Hope and Cunningham ad ministered necessary treatment. The Factory Committee of the Commercial Club held a meeting Monday night to discuss several manufacturing propositions. They will hold another meeting Tuesday night to definitely these propositions presented at. the Friday night. pass on one which will club meeting IS DONE HERE St. Louis Wagon Factory lias Four New Ice Wagons Completed Heady for Shipment . SPECIAL ORDER FILLED A. F. Maurer Has Reputation For Quality of Work That Extends Over Entire State The shop where A. F. Maurer turns out his wagon work in Haarig is not such a building as would in spire awe or impress one that its imposing appearance. In fact the structure presents an uncouth and ragged exterior, but the class of work produced within its walls is possessed of such meritorious quality that its recognition is not confined to local patronage by any means. Mr. Maur er has just completed four splendid ice wagons which were made to sup ply an order given him by the Rroad way Vehicle Company of St. Louis, and he expects to ship them to that city on the first trip of the Steamer Cape Girardeau. The fact that a vehicle concern of such proportions riliould have its special work done out of the city where primitive methods prevail, certainly speaks volumes for the efficiency of Mr. Maurer and the other mechanics who labor with him. Mr. William Iliukle is contemplat ing opening a fish market here in the near future, and states that he will be prepared to furnish fish of nil the popular varieties of fresh fish from the streams at a particular attractive price. CAPE BOY HAS DISAPPEARED FROM HOME Chailes Blank, 14 Year Old Son of William Blank Said to Have Kurt Away. FATHER IS WORRIED Evil Influence of Bad Company is Cause (iiven for Youngster's Incorrigible Actions. Mr. William Wank is almost pros trated over the disappearance of his fourteen year old son, Charles Ulank, whom he states has gone from his home on Middle street without leav ing any trace by which his where abouts could be ascertained. Mr. Rlank states that the boy has made his home with his mother since they were separated some months ago, and that on account of not having the firm and commanding influence of a father to guide him in his movements, the little fellow has been permitted to fall in with evil associates who have influenced him in running away. Win. Crumpecker of Morehouse, J. F. Cox of Sikeston and C. F. Adams of Oran, all important factors in the drainage and levee enterprises in Southeast Missouri, had business in the Cape Monday, and returned to their respective homes Tuesday morning, They were guests of the Terminal.