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The Cape County herald. (Cape Girardeau, Mo.) 1911-1914, September 22, 1911, Image 4

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'With a new cspiiol under con-1
q .-'.ruction ana & lu.T Kepubncan
j filiate administration in charge
( cf the government, and new and
( 5 fair senatorial and congressional
( ") district adopted by the i eo: !e,
I 5 Missouri will enter upon a
t , bright and happy quadrennial in
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January, 1?13.
by the
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Phone 534 Vail BrimVlt
vv, a.d candidates lor L-or.gres.
! must henceforth file before t'-.-e-
) I tion day a complete statement of
5 , the money that they spend, ex-'
( J cent for personal traveling ex-
pen.-'es, in campaigns for nomi
nation or election. Candidates
for the Senate may spend not
more than ton thousand dollars:
candidate for the House not
more than five" thousand dollars.
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ELEALD rriJLISHIXG COXPAST.i
Cape Girardeau has a Com
( mercial club, & Business Man's
VJ League, an org-anization thepur-
pose of which is to push Cape
Girardeau to the front. -They
Fresident Taft will epend a are doing things. Not long ago
whole day at the State Fair, at they had the Pains Pyrotechnic
Sedalia, when he will have op- "Last Days of Pompeii." now
yortunity to see what Grand Old ther are .going to have a Fair
Subf cri;-tion
In Advance.
prio: $1.00 jicr ypar
Ectrt-J k second class ruat'pr at
the i?oet office at Cap Girardeau, Mo
uncirr tbe act of March 3, 1S79.
Ptesident Taft's three days in
Missouri will start the Republi
cans to work and the Democrats
to Bcheiningr.
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Governor Hadley permits his
good "wife to share the honors
.and pleasures of great occasions
with him. She accompanied
him to the convention cf gov
ernors last week.
i Missouri produces.
specimens of manhood and
womanhood to be seen there will
l interest him more than the rare
tnwim(ina c.f cT!ni!f ural and
horticultural products or the fine C0UIJt5
specimens
exhibits will undoubtedly delight
him. It was a wise decision on
his
Missouri State Fair.
The fine an EOme fy'm stunts. Bernie
star
A young heifer belonging to
Martin Frocansdorf, of Cape
was missing for two
..x. . u weeks, when it was found in the
of stock, though such , . ... tn
The commissioners who are to
build the new capitol will be
busy men for a while, at least.
The plan, the exact location of j
the building and awarding the
contract will occupy several
months.
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Hon. Walter S. Dickey, former
chairman of the Republican State
Committee, has recently lost a
brother and his venerable father
by death. His friends through-
woods, in switcmng its tan to
keep the flies off. the end of the
part to spend a day at the u
without food or water all the
' 0 time. V ith careful feeding the
State Treasurer James Ccwgill animal will live. Maiden Merit.
has returned to his duties much r . . .. x
, . . . w, , , Rev. C. L. Fry. the Methodist
improved in health. Everybody preacher ve U3 an exhibition
at Jefferson City was glad to 0f his ability as a horticulturalist:
welcome him after the serious He presented us with two very
surgical operation he underwent, fine tomatoes, the largest of
and all his friends hope for re- which weighed 14 ounces and
newed strength. Since he went the two together weighed a
to Jefferson City to live he ha3 pound and a half. Very good,
made many new friends and no don't you think for a preacher
enemies. He is a gentleman of who also devotes a great deal of I
the old school, cordial and faith- time to probagating "yellerj
ful in his friendships, clean and legged" chickens? Essex Sun.
upright in his official duties, and j
conscientious in all the relations BesSii Martin's mother, (col-j
of life. Those who know him ored) got Sheriff Hampton to go I
best are his best friends. out Monday and bring back her!
o eloping daughter whom the
c r-4. -M mother told the sheriff had gone
If the Supreme Court wid . , , ,. T , ,, fc
with Walker TjiVnllp The s:in.
! kindly permit Judge Marshall to rnnrfA w,r fA
cut the State deeply regret thatjSee the poll books and ballots of by the sheriff who returned to
can soon fix up a list of several information that the "chile"
thousand honest Republican was married and had a legal
voters whose registration was right to elope with her husband,
not technically perfected and Southeast Missourian.
ask the Court to disfranchise
them. He will not look up such The closing down of the Pico
Everybody recognizes the ver
Eatility of Governor Hadley. The
speech he recently delivered at
Hermann on the 75th anniversary
i of that good town bore additional
evidence of his marvelous talent.
This speech showed real genius.
For tact, diction, delicacy of ex
pression and sentiment it is a
masterpiece. It has been exten
sively circulated and read.
a list of Democratic voters, how- iron mines is quite a little loss
ever. The attorneys who repre- to the laboring men who worked
sent the Republican State Com- there and in a general way to f
mittee and the contestees will the business interests of the city,
have to do that, at considerable Puxico, however, is supported by
expense to that Committee.
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a rich arming community and
its growth and prosperity will
not bo materially tlfeeted by
stooping of the mines. There is
a.i abundance oi? ore in Pico lull
a: I dvultlos.,, will U mlr.cd
s-v:v tine Puxico In kx.
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You Have Saturday and
Uonday to Prepare
or any clay next wc-c-k iluriiiLC the big events
jTovMed you -,iio fo tli' TOfGEIlY G13
Rroaihvay fur your reijuircinents in Iteady-to-Wear
Clotliing for Women and Children.
Our stock is eornplete and you will be surprised
liow cheap you can fit yourself out, by coming
to us for your needs in our line. Extra-special
prices will be given on everything we sell and
you will profit greatly by getting your things
here Ladies' Trimmed Hats, Lovely Skirts,
Pretty Suits and Coats and everything a wo
man or girl 'may. want in the ladies' line.
$7.49 Hats Down to
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$20 Suits Down to
i'20 Coats Down to
55.00 Vaists Dovn to 49c
And many other things which space here won't
permit us to mention. Come to the Great Fair
and visit our store.
ALLISO'l'S TOGGERY
615 Broadway
Cape Girardeau
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FALL OPENING OF THE
Missouri State Normal School
(Third District)
CAPE GIRARDEAU. MISSOURI
The
The school opens on Tuesday, September 5, 1911.
following Courses are offered:
1. Courses leading to the College Degrees and the Nor
mal Diploma, a life state certificate.
2. Courses leading to the Normal Diploma, a life state
certificate.
3. Courses leading to the Elementary Professional Cer
tificate, a limited state certificate.
4. Special courses in Agriculture, Manual Training.
Domestic Science and Domestic Art, Music, Draw
ing, Physicial Training, Reading, and Expression,
Bookkeeping and Stenography and Typewriting.
These special courses, when "omplcted, lead to the
Normal Diploma.
5. Diploma Courses preparing specially for Primary
Teaching, Kindergarten Teaching, and High School
Teachers.
Spoeial Courses preparing for Rural School Teaching.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF REAL
ESTATE.
Whereas George M. Fed i go
and Hattie Albertie Pcdigo.
his wife, by their deed of
trust dated February 14, ll)10,and
recorded in the ollico of the re
corder of deeds wit hin and for the
county of Cape Girardeau. Stats
of Missouri, in book 8, page 112,
conveyed to the undersigned
trustee the following" described
real e.-tate:
Part of Survey No. :i2:i. 'IWn
!ir. Range No. 32, now
no'r.i.- vU in the nty o JacK-
' i-vA. Lot or tract No. one, here
i by conveyed i the srune lot or
tract described in a deed, dated
September 25. 1.1. from Robert
j O. Fulenwider to Ci.ai le.-i Uoecklo
"recorded in the land records of
't-aid count in rU'-d lno!c No. 10
'page IS, to which deed reference
i is hereby had for a particular
description by metes and bounds.
: Lot or tract No. 2. hereby con
'veyed is described: Login at a
' stone in Hubble Creek from
which the center pier of the
! Gravel Road bridge brs. S. IlG.oO
degrees W. 2J Iks. and run N. 82
j degrees W. with the N. line of
i the Gravel road 3.17 chs. to a
stake for a beginning corner;
run N. 12 degrees E. 100 feet;
thence N. 82 degrees W. 25 feet;
thence S. 12 degrees W. 1(K) feet
to the N. line cf the said Gravel
road; thence S. 82 degrees E. 25
feet to the beginning corner.
j being the same realty described
I in a deed dated August 10, 1887
(from Rich. W. Right and wife
to Charles Hoeckle recorded in
Ideed book 20 page 231. Lot or
tract No. 3 hereby conveyed is
described: Begin at the North
'east corner of aforesaid lot or
j tract No. 2, and run thence 110
(feet N. along the E. line of a
.one acre tract described in deed
i from Maggie E. Morgan and
; husband to said Rich. Kight
! recorded in book 10 page 109.
! thence W. 25 feet; thence S. 110
j fet parallel with the east line of
said one acre tract; thence east
;25 feet to the place of beginning,
j the last course being along the
north line of tractor lot No. 2
; herein conveyed, and being the
realty conveyed by John H.
Howard and wile 10 James H.
Grant by deed of record in deed
i book No. SO page 383. For fur-
ther description see deed in Vol.
31 p. 304 of sai 1 land records.
And whereas said conveyance was
made to secure a certain promis
sory note therein described, and
whereas def?idt has been made
;in the payment of said note.
JNow, therefore. I. the under
! signed trustee, ty virtue of the
! authority in me vested by said
; deed of trust confined, will on
Saturday, October 7th, 1911. be
tween the hours of 9 o'clock in
the forenoon and 5 o'clock in the
; afternoon of said day at the south
! front door of the court house, in
the city of Jackson, state of Mis
souri, sell the r.jal estate herein
before descriKe 1 tj the highest
( bidder for cah in hand to dis
charge the said debt and costs
of executing ifcis trust.
Fred. H. Schrader,
Trustee.
Let Herald ads tell vour cus-
tomers about your store. 'Phone
jNo. 2 and a solicitor will call on
yon.
G.
Consider Ihe following points:
The School has a Faculty of forty-two teacher:
Six ste buildings, t'iO oe.-t in the suite.
Good Library and Labors t
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LANDS
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The I r-.-i (Lmltor
tlitiovis in the slat.?
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iiio.-.t healthful
ana .-nu
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We are being asked
almost diily by land
buyers for largo tracts
of land for colonization
purposes, but we have
no land for sale.
If you own cr control
1 000 acres or more of
vacant land tributary
to the Frisco Lines
and want to dispose
of it, write to S. A.
Hughes, General
Immigration Aont,
Frisco Linos, St. Louis,
end he will probably
be able to arrange tho
sale of your propvity.
TLtre vili fe to t!m"!
for our services.
Tilico Lice;, rairt l.ciaj I

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