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THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE
AND THE CAPE COUNTY HERALD
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1916.
Every Friday by
THE CAPE GIRARDEAU PUBLISHING COMPANY.
JAMES P. WHITESIDE, Editor.'
ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR IN ADVANCE
FORCING GOVERNMENT OWNERSHIP.
No influence is doing more to bring about Government ownership of the
railroads than the managements of the roads. Every bit of legislation that
is not to the railroads' liking is followed by some act of reparation on the
part of the roads.
Last year there was an abundance of cars for the shipment of coal and
food products in every State. But shortly after the eight-hour law was
passed by Congress, the announcement was made that there was a dearth
of rolling stock.
Wholesale coal dealers were unable to get fuel from the mines, and mil
lions of bushels of wheat could not be shipped out of the Northwest because
the railroads did not have sufficient cars.
Yet every wholesale coal buyer in this city, as is the case everywhere, is
aware of the fact that when a car of coal reaches this city, the empty is
p-rnutted to stand on the tracks for days before it is returned to the
The railroads 'nave made no effort to take cac of the public this year
There is no more excuse for the car shortage now than there was 0:10
year ago. and there were ample cars then.
By harassing the people because of what Congress dots is causing the
public to lose faith in the management of railroads. The people have
beep compelled to pay one hundred per cent more for coal this winter than
was asked twelve months ago. The supply of fuel is as great today as it
was last year, but the demand lor it is no greater.
Whenever the railroads attempt to neap burdens upon the public for the
actions of Congress, the railroads exhibit poor judgment. When the public
ue.ee becomes prejudiced against : corporation, it is not easily satisfied. The
pernio, when oppressed, are more apt to urge Congress to go further than
A few more years of mismanagement will place the railroads imc-er the
control of the Government, ami when that advanced step is taken., rail
roads will render service to the people.
BEN. F. MARSHALL.
The d":th ef Bon F. Marshall remove.! fro.n .Southeast .Missouri a man
v'0-0 life should be in inspiration to the boy born poor. lie demonstrated
the ancient adage that success knocks at every door.
tory of his Muri'.-s is an argument in favor
farmer bv re-
iv;H!?.g on the farm. He was a sou of the soil, in that he w;is born out
v. i:"tv nature smiles, and lie never divorced himself from his childhood be
lief that the farm offered groat opportunities.
He began on the same level of the average country boy. Ho obtained
a:: education, which is essential even en the farm, bat it wa.- won througl
his wn ' ff'orts.
! 1 : 0
hat carried out the Biblical injunction: Love thv noigh-
;is friends who had not succeeded
hoe as thyself, and the result was that his neighbors loved him. Unlike
so many .'. e:!thy men. h" was kind to
and he found joy in assisting them.
M :. Marshal! did not live out his allotted
(MH, ill ;t.i.s
;e:uh Southeast Missouri loses an estimable ci:
friord, and to his family the heritage if a good
Z"ti. his fi'e.nds
Whereas, on the e'ghth (8) (lay of
January, nineteen hundred and four
teen (1911), H. J. Martens, a single
person, by his certain deed 01 trust
of that date, and. recorded in Book
seventeen (17), at page one hundred
twenty-three (12:'), of the trust rec
ords of Cape Girardeau County, Mis
souri, conveyed to the undersigned,
the following described real estate,
situated in the City" and County of
Cape Girardeau, and State of Mis
A fractional part of lot number
twenty-two (22), in range "D" do.
scribed as fellows: Begin at northeast
corner of said lot t enty-two (22)
thence run west parallel with Broad
way street, one hundred a.i eighty
(1M)) feet; thence south parallel v. ill:
Sprigg street, twenty-three (2-!) fetl;
thence east parallel with Broadway
street one hundred eighty (!.()) feet
to bpiigg street; t.ience north euong
west line of Sprigg street twenty-throe
(2:J) feet to the point of beginning.
And. .whereas, said conveyance was
made in trust to set-are the payment
of a certain note therein describoo.;
And. whereas, defavlt has been made
in the -payment of said note;
Xovv therefore, I, the undersigned
w. corner cf the n
e. M of the s. upon said real nronertv as in said ne-
e. and 2.1j acres, the n. v romev ;;,- A,H,. tf.,..i. 4.i i '
' - Mi luiij sci luuii. .iiiu mat unless
of the s. 2. 'i of th! s. e. i- and the said Mary J. Baldwin be and ap- !
-...o- acii, uie liorui ana west part pear at this court, at the next term
of the s. w. U cf the s. e. U and .thereof, to be bogu.i and holden at the
14.06 acres off the east part of the J Court House in the City of Jackson,
s. e. U of the s. w. 4 all in sec-j in said county, on the 1st day of Jan
tion 28, in township "1 north, of range j nary, next. an.;, or. ,or before the sirth
11 east. Also 20.10 acres of? the cast j day of said term, answer or plead to
side of the n. e. U and 'J.ltO acres j the petition in said cause, the same
the s. w, corner of the n. e. U of will be taken as confessed, and judg
tho n. w. U and .".T.r.O aces, the west P10nt will be rendered accordingly,
side of the n. w. U of the n. e. ' . And it is further ordered that a copy
of section :;:;, in township .".1 i:orte. ; hereo- be published according to law
range 11 cast, described by metes and,;:-, the Weekly Tribune.
bound.- as follows: Begin at a stone 1
DIDN'T LIKE HIS2,000 PEOPLE AT
RESIDENCE, SO SHE THE FUNERAL OF
DESERTED HUBBY BEN F. MARSHALL
A. A. Hoffman, Cape County
Farmer, Gets Divorce on
Day He Files Suit.
Blossoms Obscure Casket as
Dead Millionaire is Laid
to Rest in Sikeston.
Cftl'n.-vi' . f f-nnt ii .n o -K Ol . . ii, J
in said township' and "range"; 'thence i C ' 'P "iranl,, ' HIS WIFE FAILED TO
n. 8'.) degrees e. with line between T. Ben E. Masters, clerk of the Cir- I OPPOSE HIS SUIT !
sections 28 and :::i. 20.10 chains; j cujt Court of Oapc Girardeau County ! !
thence s. 1 degree e. 000 chains t aforesaid, hereby certiY that tho ' Judre Snidor's Hn rkt i I iMrprf I Hundred Elks and 128 MaSODc,
1 til ll V rnrnni n r l 1 a J ' i: l .I1 i-e , .-n-r l, : .. i .. . . ... , , . . . :s- - ' .......... . w . . . . . i
" - "v.v- v..... , ,,,ni. uS a u'u ' copy 01 tr.e origin;'.!
for a beginning comer; thence s. 1 Ur,!or 0f peblication. in the cause1
degree e. 11.1)0 chains to a corner j :,er ?n name., as the same armea in 1
from which a black oak 15 in. in dia. j nty office.
" - i-' ...- v......: t. , liuess p y nano as clerk, and the1 utiau;"; ue um not iiKe ms
thence n. 8k degrees e. ;!2.il2 chains ' ,c:!, of s.:(, Court. Done at ofllee in ! farm and rejected all his offers to
ioa co:,;or from wmcii a mrple v.. J:,.-k,-,.n. Mi-souri, this 21,t day ofimove to another ptace aftcr she had noon followed the body of Ben Y. Mar-
. aim n ,ovfmDPr, lalb.
in. in dia. brs. n. 42' i degrees v. i fSeall Ben E "".Tavters CUrtc
Wilh Divorce Cases List
for Next Week.
EIGHTY-ONE AUTOS IN
PARADE TO CEMETEKY
Each Carrying Boquet. March
The largest funeral crowd that
Sikeston ever saw, yesterday after-
deserted him, A. A. Hoffman was
iho t'ower and
auth.ority o-i me. by said deed of trust
conferred, at the request of tho lega'
!ii'der of said note, and in pursuance
jf the terms of said deed of trust
Friday, the ist D.sy of Oecer-ibcr. I'll (5.
between the hour.- of !:00 o'ekvk v..
n., and o'ciock p. m., o:
at the ea.-t front door of
nouso m t!ie ( ;tv o ( ;.-,. lufr.vc
Capf Cirardoau f'ouniy. .c.L.te cf Mi
soiiri, (lifer .-. id i:'ep.") tv i -e . ale 1
the l'.iglT'st bidder for ensh in liar,
for t no purpose if satisfying sr.i.i (kl
and the co-t of 1his freclo.-ura.
V. H. Mert. ns. Trustee.
"UK lAK'W. OI'TIN v AMi'AK.N.
,..(..; ii:'.1. "i. ::v ' ;. iVu:' ",'ire" to !'.h! a
y i: svrhig, ::.: e.:eed thr.t i ;
Ti--- infe: nc-- t.' l e drawn f-vni the add''.
a!! !,!. rchos v.-'ii-'c'i v:vvi not rcii'-ntod a
a paiiiK'is o, i!ie saiooits a"-.i were
l lie i'.i -i
il'.l !(!:. itili'!' dovs it
!': ;!''."!' iiit The .-..a.e may it
ageii;- ;' ciititvlH-s cii are chissed as
chuivh i. :i rel!!-instltulio.i and not
am o. tn
ntenary "!!.;: 'i a
lh" hiwl.-Ss eiriiif
Lutheran (..i- German
. but w hiri; hold that tin
i a( :;'ii".
el;'.; 'e!,; . . by omitting them from the !i.-,t ol chui-d:es tiiet a:
siiKuirrs ma: ov v.kal i:s-
;H: IN I'AI'TITiON.
In tin.' Capo Girardeau Court- or
('mnvn i 'ea.-, "..itiiin a:.d for tin
Cfi'iity of Cajio (iirardeau and State
o Missouii. Wt -iiie. !;:;.', the 20th day
i S"p;e!;ihvi-. ti:e Oili dey of the
juiy term, ll'ili.
I...'::v.a Kneger am; i.;:a
12 chains; thence n. 'j degree w
:'.. 10 chains and a post oak 12 in.
brs. n. n: degrees w. 27 links and a
post oak 12 in. brs. s. fi'L degrees w.
V. links; thence n. F0 degrees e. 7.00
chains to a corner from ivh.'eh e. per-
simmou in. in i:a. ;rs. n. .s;,--
urees e. link.-.; tiier.ee u. h
w. 11. OS chains to a slor.o
from which a post oal: 14 ii.
awarded a decree of divorce from Em-
NOT5CK or ADMINISTRATION" ma Hotrman jesterday, a few hours
Xota e is hereby given that letters ! a,ter he ha,i Jiiod his suit- 0nl.v the
e.f administration u;oa the ( state ef i tlefenoart and his eldest son were
' an Ware, de .':;.e d. b.ave been grant- j heard as witnesses and their testimony
cd to tho undersigned by the Probate convinced Juilze Snider in the Com-
i ( eui t of Cape- Girarder.u Couetv. Mis- ! , , , , .
-m' i ;,.,,.;... ,;.,4 r, ,' . - i mon Pleas Court that the plaintiff
ors. '. 2 lesks; thence s. so
w. 2'..,"0 chains to :i corne
which a Irekory G in. in dia. hi's.
'-j dig.v,-.r ,,. -21 iin':s; tber.t- .-: !-.-.'egfee,
.'!.."i() chai '.s Lo a coftn-r fro;-",
whici) a bhwk cak 24 in. in dia. biv.
n. . degrees w. 7)1 i'".K.-': tiionce s.
SI) egrees w. ;i.20 chains t a stor..?
oner froiu whicii a oo-st oak -12 in.
! was entitled to a decree.
a in.--t j The defendant had previously waiv-
j veit si:
I, aid 1
j if s.li.
ie.ont!'.;; iroe! toe date ct
t . Hi- they may be precluded
iy b' tirfit e.f ruch otatf: and
eiai.iis be not exh:b"ted within
" from the date cf th pubiiea-
"i" M'is n-tice, they will be for
barref'. K.'lle Ware,
chains v Iti
e. coi n; r o
s. degre. s -,. ."4."
he public read to the n.
f (111 ... i.,. A .,.::,.r
H.V .-.,'Vf i . J v VI I 11, ItV .
v.. IW.ir, ce.ains te. tne
f '. -
H iir.t'i! vs
I'ii'iiiae Ki'iener, :.
4Ci a miiier, '
mill ", i ieda Kr
i ha :'!v, A. Me-
Sc"':eit-;', ', ove.iaiits. N--. '
Iher. . a; -d r of ..
I'y virt'.Ti: and authority o
'we i;::i.'l:o,i a 'd : -e . " of
Wh.icii said conveyance was made m
trust to secure tho payment of a. cer
tain promis.-ory note in said i r-d o,r
tru t described; and v. :'.e; ee..-. :',- fa;:i'.
'..as ;een !ele ir. the pa emit of .--a i -i
Nov.. i.'.e'-ofore. I, t':e undersigned
trustee, at the rcjiie.-t ef the legal
holder cf said, note, unf by virtue of
h" :.;i'lior;ty in mr ve.-te.i !-v s; id
I'-rd of trust, will, on
Tue-cle.v, .'kcemher 1!), 111''.
TRI STKK'S SALE
I I),'f;iult luivi:'- hv?n in tho; left him. One of her reasons for leav
: payment of the principr.l note describ- j ing him. she said at the time, was that
ed in are! seeered by a certain deed ! she did not like his place. He offered
of trust execute! !-y Friedrich Hart- i to move to a farm more suitable to
man, Jr., a single person, dated the
Kith -day of Sept. A. !., IJJ10. and
j recorded in the recorders office at
1 Jackson. Missouri, iii the County of
; 'e Girardeau, on Sept. 14. l')10. in
i book ' a r.age l'2-l ; ?iow, th.ercfore,
notice is et-.vhy given, that the
shall from tlie depot to the grave. The
procession was 30 blocks long and in
it marched and rode more than two
Every bit of available space adjac
ent to the station was crowded with
friends and acquaintances of the late
millionaire when the special bearing
his body and the funeral party from
this city reached the Scott County
Phil A. Koch, the Cape Girardeau
undertaker, had made advance ar
rangements for the march from the
depot to the cemetery, and the great
crowd formed in line with systematic
promptness, and the pilgrimage to the
last resting place of the dead philan
thropist was quickly begu"
Eighty-one automobiles were in line
of march, and in front of these walked
128 members of the Masonic lodges of
Sikeston and Blodgett, behind whom
followed almost one hundred Elks, and
every marcher carried a bouquet.
The great crowd was bandied as
perfectly as if it had gone through
the proccedure daily in a week's, prac
tice. And when the ceremony at the
her, but even this did "not induce her tomb was over and the body placed
to return, he told the court. There ,jn the family vault, the crowd man h-
1 estate are required to exhibit Jed her right to contest the bill and
e-! to the undersigned for allowance j Tnr tw r,,Kn the
upon immediately after all testimony
had been heard. Hoffman testified
that this was his second marriage and
that his wife also had been married
prior to her contract with him. Both
had children by the former marriage,
i He tried to treat his wife as p'cas
j antly as he could, the plaintiff testi
! tied, but she gradually became cold
and indifferent with jiim, and finally
were no children by the second mar
riage, the plaintiff testified.
The eldest son of the p'aintifT was
then examined. His testimony was
J virtually a repetition oi w'lw.t hi4
se nt a
ed from the burial grounds in perfect
Among those present were a num
ber of influential men from St. Louis.
Brother Emory, president of the Ciiri. -
i tiar. Brothers College, of St. Louis.
j between, the hoars of :i o V
loren-.xin aim . o c:oe
:e,:i:;i.oi! campaign, are pl"ce-.i n: the tai
no can gory ith
;ie men. w
n.i ; ;
was .most active at the Centenary CShurch meeting,
f v e::i;.'i ;! i .--fl of i : mora! it y eed a.grc es to jiay he '
e a.mpio spa(.
case in (. nest ion v. hen the
merely mention th's incident to show that net
;:..;. i,i a:ei for "e.ee ( 'irardeiej
, r.iis-ouri. en W; ii:iesd.: . tl.e
:iii i.arr .'h vier her, i, ten sa:.i
ii vie".:her, i!'
i day of July
tlie south door
of . a;d day, at
i 1 t "Ui"t house i:: th."
!!, ;e ' ! ';;' !- eu i'o'.in'y.
. ;.roceed in sell tie above !e
"1 real 'sL.te at public vrmh.r
e !i:e!e st ami be- t bidd' ' !' -.'
!'or the jii;rp.-e . ati-ifyi'.g said
eml th.e cost of ixivut ing ti i.
i!!, at the re- ! fatner had said
quest of the lega! boi ler and owner of t Inasmuch as tln-re were no cnnui'cn , was. present to pay his last respects
.-.ed r ote and pursuant to the powers j by this marriage and both parties vir
. 'itahieii in said deed trust, en to- jtually agreed to sever relations, the
wit: Thursday, Jan. 4. 1017, between 'Judge showed no hesitancy in award
the boors of ! o'clock a. m.. and r. ' ing the decree of divorce to the p'ain
. , ...... ! , . . v...
odoefc. I-,, m.. oi t ut .'.iv. at the east till. Hie latter was repitsvutcu u,
k y. in., of that -'av. at the east : tiff.
front door of the Courthouse of th. : Harry E.Alexander.
Three other divorce
to Mr. .Marshall. On'y a few weeks
ago, Mr. Marshall marie a liberal dona
tion to the Christian Brothers College
to replace the buildings which were
destroyed by fire.
The sendees at the Marshall Imme
in. this t itv were held promptly at I:'"b
hi the city of C-iyv Girardeau, i like the first, were not contested, were j yesterday afternoon. The crowd was
.1 is ;oun.
hh he. t le ide
i at p
.lie vf.iidtte. to tin? I heard yesterday afternoon. Thes- j too large to be accommodated uithm
it to vote aed thifr.k as he pieases on the liquo: question.
'pocraey behind the otv.
-itioi; to the saloon that it
institutions v.l 'ch neitlier
ve. . at-ro is so i.aicii
i oui.i !: 'e pt oiit of the churches.
ipi.-eri i:or -po.-e the questioe. are the chnrchis which are e..o'.vi:;!''. I
'iv u,ii..,i me c turn a an !:.-. nation too i; u ai pumic avcl eei.
)o!itis. Chure'ies tliat feature barn-storm-1 highest l idd. r, on the fo'lo.-.-'n
pie who ,mv li.iii. st'y religious
s::ore,( to lelncie wi-h gutt"
e.t to di.tatc
f said '.urt, in t!e- ab. v
an.'-r-. a ce.'iii". r-my of . a
i"d o '"!'; v. issio d from
-f th" Ch rk -f -aid Cov.r. .
'Oth dry of Sea' eenbf r. Ifil'l
iv": ed to oe. the u id ) -ir ''
;iC Cape Girardea'.i Count'.',
md I will, on
'i!urs:hiy. the :V-Hh Day i f
h -twee:; ti).. Iteors of ;i oViecl-l
forenoon -'ed ." o'e'e-ck i;: tb
i"on ef that d :y. and h : ; ti e se-.
sion of th" Care Cirard.-a.ii Court ei'
'omino-i 1'Ieas. at the east curt ! mi--
ir. t ie fi h- r ( i-.v. ('.,-. !
u-'. ; . 11 at public :;
OBDMB Or iU BLFt' A HON
IN TAX SI IT.
j Stat-' of Misou ri.
! '-untv oi' C;'",;e (V
m t le j
I'd."" Hi (':
io'i ;.nd '
-:vl :'",' t
''. . a :',rl
'., Ma-y -(i,i
Circuit Coir i o
.:::ty. A::vust T."
.e f "'-sov.ri.
hale e;' i
i -,.e r;.;
a." he n hi
for cash, the following 'cases were the petitions of Mrs. Ame-
d ert-ite. situated in the ;lia Green agairst William Green; Julia
ape Girardeau ami State j Goza against Doc Goza. and .Mrs. Lilly
to-wit: Dav against Thomas Day. In none
in townsh.ii) thirl v-on- c:ii north I defendants another day to hie an an-
, f v:l.,, fourteen ( ! !) east, contain- ' swer. if they care to do so. After to
iag Thirty-nine am' 12-! 00 (:.l,2 I day there will be no cross bills ac
. . re-, together with improvements I cepted.
therein." fo- the parties.? of s-aid The four divon-e petitions were
trust. i based on the grounds of desertion.
"AP the H i th-rist quarter of the ! of these cases Iid the Judge announce
northwest quarter of ssciion e'ghieen ! his decision as he wanted to give the
I:" ! of seid
ig ev:.. ; lists a:;. I atte:
:i:"i.;be, hips a'e rapidly
o ti'.e town are churclies whose
th-1 churchmen ho are ftucfrmtini;' to dominate the eoiiti.-s ef
Girerd.-a'i do not control their own cong'-egalions. Tliey mereiy a'.te:
o:;g them by tin- levls. The.--? tiepch loaders are the advocates of
ngio." wmcii tlnnks more of money men c ;ierl-. It is sa'isiied with
in tiie pulpit and barkers at the front do i u, atna.-t the !-rov,ds.
namo'y f.r ; -,, -, -;
it tiie United j
PLA iJNG HORSE WITH I'M I.E SAM.
T:'o F.(!ei;il Reserve Board's warning to American bank.-i-.ei
t.s in Ahied loans, can oniy be interpreted to mean 1
Stiif s no I .nger considers tiiese investments safe.
IL'd the Bosorve Board taken this same view tv.o years ago. it is quit
::.t Europe v.ne.ld be i:i pence today. Wall Street bankers have coo
port ol i'oat l-ritaoi aim her Allies b
'lid. the fei ow- i
ing descrilied rerd e.-tate lying nd b-
ing in the Comity of r:;;) ( e,-ir!eau' i
ind State of Missouri, to-wit: j
All of the south half cf 'of 4' hi
range C. of the eitv nf Cane ( e'-erd.-ae. i
j desci'ibefl as folio .v.-: Beg:m:i:. et the I
S. E. o:T.ee of .--hi et ?1 .-. v.;;. ..-(.J
C. th-r:- a. aloi'g th" we.-t lie,.' re' FA- j
ainst invtst- -tr.-et 7,t feel to a corner, 'hence
oeii-it ilf Inr -hi. 1
fore the ue iersi;;
ill in ee;' t en
petition, stat'rg "-..mvr .th.
t' at tin? above n.ie- h'fen !
-J. Baldwin, is the owvr
b!o-': 2 Red Sta" s:ib!ivi: :
Ceo:' Girard.-o.i: that the ;;;
yr.' !1;!0. Bill. B!2
-!-.o:oiti'iw- 1., ft
Another petition for divorce filed
! late yesterday afternoon, brought the
; total to r. for this term of court. This
COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF REAL ' petition was iiled by A. L. Thompson
,TtTr .prnnrooT. i against Leva Thompson on the
' grounds that she ha 1 deserted him and
Whereas, tne Or.ir.iy Curt r.f Cape ; uu, fi.ustrated all etforts of effecting
(iirerdeau Cu'-'.ty. Missouri, did on a m.onciIiation
Ttli day o!" the
i:. : . it Deing tne ; When rourt coee.t .ieu vt-sniua.
'cv oiii"r tenn 1115 j morning the attorneys, who were pres-
sm'd court. ap,.!in.t Bii;ci:er Sperl-jent, began to agree on the dates for
ing. . peciei commissioner for and on j the various cases set for trial during
brhaif of s aid County Cape Girar-; the present term. After only a short
1 e.u, io sell, and to -convey and tran-i- j discussion the court calendar had been
f,-v by go v ! ;.,,,! sun'cient deed, the j completed and the non-contested rases
following described val estate situate, j were called first.
Hying and being mi the City of Cape j During the entire week only equity
Girardee':. Cour.ty of Cape Giranleau. ! cases w ill be heard and beginning
Stat.- of Missouri, to-wit: Lot No. Eor- ! next Monday the cases that are dock-
; ty-eight l-'.S). range "I," in the City j eted for jury services shall be taken
iof Cane Girardeau, except the west up. The following is the docket as
'.'.est pa'-aiiei to Tin mis st :."' 1-1. .",0
eet to an alley, thence south v ith the ! ! :!!(:, said j;PO'-il7 made r i
;u,"! cf .-ix dolhif.
six e'li'.;. is evej- h'- and
i:eu: i e. 'e tn-rcopon a sumnm:: was
July isKi'od to the defendaiit ami di-i oert tlvreor r..-dd to Xellic Phelan. as j agreed on by the lawyers
-eted lo the rlu riiT of Cape Girardea-j j df -d dated Aug. !(!. mi."., rocordwd meeting yesteniay moming:
.'ount''. a' d .v ti:o 21th ('av of Am-d. ! in Deed Book 44, p. (!!, described: ! Monday, Dec. 4.
-t line of said lot 41 in rase
C. j summons that defendant
:it of lul
to tie1 support ol
ions. AnfT i". vie-.v oi
to the S.
in ri- j
in range C. Is"!..".!) feet t
tin's fact the paramount qu slhm j.o-
j tinning corner, said
day ' : How v. ill the American banks collect the enormous sums
h nne-l i the Abies if the Allies lose?
J. I. Mi'J-gan and other
a.id 'o i'. ked tiicir judgments
1 1 1 1 ;i 1 k in iUn i.,- ..c c: :
they have !.,... . ...
iiii tne county o! c ape ..raeoeau
the State of Missouri.
W.,11 tj... .t It ll'i II tr.y ,....lr., 1 .i,., 4 11' A .. .
''-,r-, u v'm W. A. Summers,
with all tne money they omid get. The podtiou r ., n i
of iu-rvA I.ntnin iodny i.-; nk that i th tfamhlm- v. -.o losiv all ho ha- !
...ii. f i- p - i - j i , ' -
aen uorrows irom nis ii ienos m tne l ope uiat a lucky turn will ie.-tore to i
l. n en ss:id j Commencing at the southwest corner ' Henri Bosse vs. KnigncS and Ladies
ou!-l not be! of aid lot No. 4S. range "T:" thence I of Security.
found in Cape Girarderu Ceimty: and; r m ra.t fifty ."(') feet; thence run I Erancis M. Brown vs. Louis Hartle.
o;i JTth !ay of J..dy. B10. eieeii tlie ; north IM'j feet; thence run west fifty M. O. Groves vs. C. A. Courtway.
' application of plaintiff th court or- (.".( feet; thence rim south 01 'j feet, J. E. Anderson vs. Cape Girardeau.
dered an alias summons i.-eard. issued to the place of beginning, and being ; Tuesday, Dec. Ti.
i directed r the sheriff of Bellinger '. what is known as the "Adam" proper- j Moritz Geringer vs. Anton Gcringer.
! County, Missouri; and upon 'he 71 h ! iy. for cash in hand, or at tiie optim : Cliarles Miller vs. J. G. Beck.
day of August, EMfi, said s!i:-: iff made I of the purchaser fifty (."07, ) per cent : Frank Oliver vs. C. G. & X. Railroad.
! return on said alias summons th- t de- j may be paid in cash, and a School t Wednesday, Dec. 6.
j fe-idant ci uM hot be found in s. id j Fund Loan fo the purchaser at six Warner Osborne vs. McCarty and St. J
and many stood upon the walk in front
of the residence while the ceremony
was in progress.
Rev. Elmer Teal of St. Louis. wh'
knew Mr. Marshall intimate '.. in
youth, delivered the address, which
was a tribute to the kindly character
of the dead millionaire.
After the ceremony at the home, the
(casket was placed in a hearse filled
with flowers and taken to the station,
where it was placed on the special
train which was to bear it to its final
The two coaches and combination
car on the special were comfortably
filled with friends and relatives from
this city. The arrangements were in
charge of David A. Glenn and P. A.
The special train reached Sikeston
at 4:0") o'clock. The Sikeston end of
the arrangements were in charge of
the Masons and Elks. Great bowers
of flowers were awaiting the arrival
of the body at the station, but th
blossoms that had been placed on the
casket before it left this city, had
taken all of the available space. The
donors, therefore, carried the blooms
to the cemetery where they were de
posited upon the vault.
The special left Sikeston on its re
turn to the Cape at 6:"..". reaching here
at 8 o'clock last evening.
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mm all lie has sarrmceu.
The Allies have made an imitation shylock oul of the United States
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imiov.'is to me r-asi. w i:u imagined i. v. i . was me equal oi
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF REAL
Whereas, on the 12th d''y of June.
nil R. A. l.ehr, hes-
! county of Bollinger.
(rr) per cent interest, for the hal-
And thereafter at the Auget Term, ancc of the purchase price upon the!
Louis Brewing Ass'n.
Thursday, Dec. 7.
of flesh have awakened lo the re.diyntion that Allied lwimi J J". - c'1'
--, - t j v I II'- 1 St 1 ill IS I . ,
'I. 1 , . ....
, nana ami wne, or tne county oi uat-
!ll'16, of the Circuit Court ; .ml on the : executing to said Cape Girardeau Cape Girardeau vs. T. J. Shorn,
i l.-.t day of September in s :id year uo- , County as bond with approved sects r-! L. O. Groseclose vs. T. J. Beardslee.
oi paper, l.ut upon the helief tnat America would see tne Allies through,
sn.all European powers have enlisted on the side of Great Britain, oniy to
With defeat inevitable for the Allies, the United States awakes to the
situation that confronts us. We have placed our money on a nation vhi-h
has always been our enemy and we have lost it. Ungrateful England will
not continue to be our friend if we refu.-e to permit her to pick our
pockets. We are, therefore, confronted on one side by an enemy which
before the war was our friend, and on the other, by an enemy, which is,
always has been and always will be our foe;--
For two and one-half years John Bull has been systematically nk-kin'r
:;tioi: rf . th" plaintiff, the ! ity, and a School Fund Mortgage on i Frederick B. Goodwin vs. T. C. Eugas.
ler, state of Kansas.
oui't bcmie first satisfied tha' orocess said realty to secure said loan.
,'ouhi not he served upon the sa'd etc- ; will on
deed of trust duly recorded in Book i fondant, it is by the court ord-red that
Saturday. December 0. HMfi.
and I i Bruce Goodwin vs. T. C. Eugas.
i Friday, Dec. 8.
James R. Brewer vs. Jerre Gossom.
12, at page 124, being one of the land j said defendant be notified by pu.bh'ea-.at 2 o'clock p. m., at the Courthouse Effie Sikes Corrigan vs. Mrs.
records or Cape Girardeau i ounty con-j tion. that plaintiff has commenced a 1 door in the City of Cape Girardeau,
veyed to the undersigned trustee the i suit against her in this court, the pit- : sell said above described r- al estate at
following .Iescribed real estate, lying ; .iect and general nature of the petition public sale to the highest bidder, un
filed in said suit being the enforce- j der the terms above mentioned,
inert of the lien of the State of Mis- j Blucher Sterling.
and being in the county of Cape Girar
deau and state of Missouri, to-wit:
2.7)2 acres, the s. e. part of the n. : souri against certain rea' property j
e. U of the s. w. and, 14.10 a? res. ;' owned by said Mary J. Baldwin, and j
Saturday, Dec. 0.
Oliver Boswcll vs. Frank Seib.
Leo E. Halter vs. Frisco Railroad.
j Osborn Estate vs. Frisco Railroad,
i Wednesday, Dec 13.
'Ruth Parker vs. A. Ray Si.vth.
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Why do your cows give less milk m
winter than they do in summer? .In. t
because nature does not supply them
jwith grasses and green food. But we
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Nature with B. A. Thomas' Stock
Remedy which contains the very in
gredients that the green feed supplies
in season, only, of course, in a more
highly concentrated form. We guar
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cows give more milk, and better mils,
with the same feed.
F. F. BRAUN & BROS.
Lr.ele Sam. And today our Lnne finds nimseb as barren as a Thanks- j off the south part of the n. w. of 'fully described in said petition, fori R. Chit wood of Cnruthersville trans- 1 Mrs. Anna Porter vs. A. Ray Smith,
giving bird, but striving to appear ae wise as ai tovj. 'the P. c. and 5.70 a. -os, the s. certain texes, iilerest and costs, levied acted business in the Cane yesterday. Jack A. Tarker vs. A. Rav Smith.
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FOR SALE Big bore Poland Cliin.i
hoats, eligible to regi?er; no males.