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THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD, FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 8, 1 018.
WHEN U.S. STARTS
Canadian Officer Praises Officers
and Men of American Army
Chicago. "The Germans must strike
now or never," wrote Maj. George "W.
MacLeod, second iu comma ml of the
Forty-ninth Canadian battalion, and
one of the veterans of the hardest;
fighting the Canadians have seen in
France, In a letter to Capt. A. Wal
lace Owen of the British-Canadian re
cruiting mission in this city. Captain
Owen is attached to the Forty-ninth
A11 we can do is to say, 'Let the bat
tle commence,'" the letter continues,
"livery, one is anticipating a big Cer
i::m offensive either against ourselves
or the French. There never has been
Mich close co-operation as exists at the
I'lv.-cnt time between ourselves and the
French, and if the. Boche starts any
thing he may gt the surprise of his
Pleased With Americans.
"Every one is very much pleased
wi lt the Americans over here. They
ii.v a splendid looking lot of otlicers
ii; d men, and their manners and atti
ti:d. h ave nothing to he desired. Once
t. y start in I think Hint the Germans
v. hi have some real fighting to handle.
ne Is gradually beginning to real
!" the meaning of the expression a
of attrition.' With the enormous
-'titer which has been in process
ior over throe vi :trs the Germans and
':!..!'.' ;!? iie'i;:nirig to show the
. . . ID. We -!'C it in the tpe of o:!1-
: s n:v. as ivgar.!s ,.': s.q. j
' ?r;i;i: ri- i ', ; ', :v (-";;':,";-;; toj
vvts.n ti.. i:..s m j-ique.
:.Md ;:..r o n
r ,f iodtiy i
li see a ver
ify i ':i"ed alongside its
:'i r:.icr self. Similarly with the rest
.!" ihe bvllicerents. It is at i!iis juno
i f :i:tt the Americans arrive, and
! o is iintiiet'iiiteiy struck w ith their
: ; . v.irr.nce. Tho Jir.-t million men
;'- . :! !l:e rii!tw.i States antsy should
i. ; rtv to ijiisii til" wr.r pro-
: !hy arc 'not rs-vl in driblets.
:: completely new anny, say of
I '. . full corps, or possioly three, in tin
iug ami the etui of the war should
L- not long postponed.
Gsrman Tactics Simple.
"I do nof think that we are at the
last ditch by any means. We have
been in tight corners before, and will
no doubt sweep our way out of the
present one. A German offensive put
on simultaneously against the French
and ourselves at the present time
would, however, make it fairly stiff
"I doubt, however. If the German is
na'.ly sufficiently, strong to do this:
I. e., two determined sustained offen
sives. That he will use diverslve tac
tics is probaMe. He must finish the
Job this winter, or he never will, and
id I we can do is to meet the blow when
It comes, or, possibly anticipate that
blow by one of our own. The German
grand strategy has never been any
thing but simple. Ills tactics are dif
ferent. His strategy has been simply
to wear down the forces opposed to
him until a stage Is reached when he
can attack." e
PRICES JUMP li'J 25 YEARS
Wisconsin Farmer Makes Jnterestlng
Comparison Between Prices in
1892 and Now. .
Fortage, Wis. E. R. Studenmayer,
who has been engaged In farming in
this locality for the past quarter of a
century, has mnde a comparison be
tween prices prevalent in 1S02 and
t !) of 101S. Here's what he found:
H -gs in 18.02 were ?2.90, now
tittle $2..r0, now rye 40 cents, now
SI.S."; wheat !." cents, now $2.20; po
tatoes 10 cents, now $1; butter 13
cents, now T;0 cents; eggs S Cents, now
Al cents; cord wood $'2.tQ. now $7.50;
hran $15, nw $10; hny ?3, now'?2(,
and oats 13 cents, now 7" cents. The
farmer says these are only a few of
the changes, and while agriculturists
are obtaining decidedly better prices
than 5 years ago, they are compelled
to p:iy more for what they buy.
FOUND FATHER WAS AWAKE
Young Man Slides Down Chimney
While Trying to Dodge Sweet
renters. X. Y. Don Botell went to
; Ms sweth'virt recently when the
i .-.ih-r ".as InMved to be asleep. Fa
i -a dodgeil several pieces of furnl-ti;:--.
tlt.'ii tfk to his heels. So did
'iihtr. Don went up a back Ft airway
to i he roof and across nelghhorin
roofs. So did father.
A large chimney appeared friendly
and Don shot down. Father did not.
lie wns too fat. Don arrived in the
midst, of a holiday gathering, but
loo late to play Santa Claus. lie was
hi-:d by members of the surprised fam
ily and turned over to the police. He
spent the night In Jail and later prom
ised the court never again to force
btiusclf into the home of any girl's
father. Don was released.
The pessimist Bays things are wrony.
And loiters as he seeks to blame.
The optimist can sing: a song:
And keep on working, just ths sam.
First ThespianI wonder lf the
ghost will walk this week.
Second Ditto There is one thing
certain ; If the ghost doesn't walk, w
IN THE CAPE GIRARDEAU COURT
OP COMMON PLEAS IN AND
FOR CAPE GIRARDEAU COUN
TY AND STATE OF MISSOURI.
February Term, 1918.
City of Cape Girardeau, Plaintiff,
Christian J. Reisenbichler and Mary
B.. Reisenbichler, his wife, Fred W.
Schrader, Alonzo L. Farrar and Ro
setta Farrar, his wife, J. A. -Morris
and Sarah Morris, his wife, August
Schafer and Mary Schafer, his wife,
W. C, Lambert and Lou Lambert
his .wife, J. William Pierce, Emelia
Seehausen, widow of Henry See
hausen, deceased, William Seehau
sen, Andrew Seehausen, Walter See
hausen, Edward Seehausen, Helen
Seehausen and Myrtle Seehausen,
heirs of Henry Seehausen, deceased;
Robert Vogelsang, Trustee, William
Coerver, Trustee,Arthur C. Bowman,
Trustee, Cape Girardeau Building
"and Loan Association and Robert L.
In the matter of opening, widening
and extending Painter Avenue in the
City of Cape Girardeau, Missouri,
from Harmony Street to Broadway
Now, on this 2l3t day of January,
A. D., 1918, in this, the Cape Girar
deau Court of Common Pleas in and
Tor Cape'Girardoau County and State
of Missouri, in vacation, comes the
ei(v f Cape Girardeau, Missouri, by
tho City Counsellor, Oscar A. Knehans,
, ...... ... . ... , .
t:;:i .-nous 10 inr wun mat ne nas
caused to be filed :r. the Clerk's office
of the Cape Girardeau Court of Com
mon Pleas, a certified copy of an or
dinance of the City of Cape Girardeau,
. f : . , . i i t
Missouri, numbered 1161, pased by being a strip of grou.ul .Six (() r-ct ; .
:he City Council of said City on Octe-p'ide at the South end runr.jal; to a'
bor 1st, 1917. ar.d approved by thejp-nt on and to the south si-le of the j
Mryor of . 'aid (i!'.- on Octohf-r l.-iCave Girardeau-Jack-on G avel R-iad ' .
i1T, beitiK an on!rnance to ci en, v.-id-?n
and extend Painter Avenue in the
City of Cape Girardeau, Missouri)
from the North Side of Harmony
St reet to the Sou'.h Side of the Cape
Girardeau-Jackson Gravel Read (also
'.cnown as Broadway street) and that
said City of Cape Girardeau, by its
Council, has caused to be filed a state
ment by map or blue print prepared by
the City Engineer of said City, as pro
vide' by law, containing a correct de
scription of the several lots or parcels
of private property to be taken or
damaged, and containing also the cam
3s of the ownerss as far as known, of
said lots or parcels of land to be tak
en or damaged, ,or of any estate or
interest therein, who were such at the
time of the taking effect of said ordi-
j nance, and the Court being fully ad
vised in the premises, upon the appli
cation of the City of Cape Girardeau
by its City Council doth make the fol
lowing order herein, to-wit:
To all persons to whom it may con
cern, and to the above named defend
ants, and particularly to all persons
owning property in the City of Cape
Girardeau, Missouri, within the follow
Beginning at the southeast corner of
the intersection of West End Boule
vard and the Cape Girardeau-Jackson
Gravel Road, (also known as Broad
way street); thence run South along
the east side of West End Boulevard
to the North line of Themis Street,
being the Northeast corner of the in
tersection of West End Boulevard and
Themis street; thfnce run East a!ong
the North side of Themis Street to the
West line of Hqnderson avenue, being
the Northwest comer of the intersec
tion of Themis Street and Henderson
Avnr.llP- fhrr inn "VV. ol, ,n
- - ...v ..v. tun .mi ku aivu L . 1
West line of Henderson Avenue and
along the West line of Henderson av
enue produced to the South Side of
the Cape Girardeau-Jackson Gravel
Road (known as Broadway Street(;
thence Northwest and West along the
SouthSide of the Cape Girardeau-Jackson
Gravel Road (also known as Broad
way .Street) to the Southeast corner
of the intersection 6f the Cape Girar-;
deau-Jackson Gravel Road falso
known as Broadway Strrct) and West
End Baulevard, the place of beginn
ing; comprising all land except public
streets, alleys, public property and
such property as is owned by the Mu- j
nicipaity and such property which isjia which private property shall 5 " , t . j f;n,.". ;., . , j .. .
condemned and taken herein, bounded ; deemed benetited by Cie pior.ru i: .-' j i...,, ),..,.iT, no :
on the North by the Cape Girardeau-j provements, and bcii.g a-sxi a'..p'..' tilat"l taom m ;.l
Jackson Gravel Read (also known as j charged to pay compensation tl:ercfor:t miht v,.i a,i t ,;w;(jr.i t,. t-
IT 1 ft . , ... . .
iienuerson Avenue, on ine west Dv
Broadway Street), on the East by
West End Boulevard and on the South
by. Themis Street; comprising the
several parcels of land represented on
the blue print filed herewith and made
a part of this "description as parcels
220 to 243 both inclusive; and parcels
268 to 276 both inclusive; and parcels
278 to 305 both inclusive.
Greetings: Whereas, a certified copy
of an ordinance of the City of Cape
Girardeau, Missouri, numbered 1161,!
"An ordinance providing for thejdeau Court of Common Pleas, of the i
rtabluhinsr, opibs, widening aad
extending of Painter Avenue, from
the North line of Harmony Street run
ning Northward a distance of approx
imately Six Hundred Eighty (680)
feet to the South line of the Cape Girardeau-Jackson
Gravel Road (also
known as Broadway Street) in the
City of Cape Girardeau, County of
Cape Girardeau and State of Mis
souri, by taking and condemning the
following parcels of ground: A strip of
ground Three Hundred Thirty (330)
feet long from North to South, twen
ty-seven and five-tenths (27.5) feet
wide on the South end and Twenty-1
four (24) feet wide on the North end,
being a strip o ground off the ex
treme west ends of lots Nos. One (1),
Two (2), Three (3), Four (4) and
Five (5) of subdivision No. 12 of
Henderson Subdivision in the City and
County of Cape Girardeau and State
of Missouri, as marked on the blue
print filed herewith and" made a part
of this description as parcels No. Five
(5), Six (6), Seven (7), and Eight
(8); also a strip of ground Sixteen
(16) feet wide at the North end and
Fourteen (14) feet wide at the South
end, being Seventy (70) feet long from
North to South and being taken off
the extreme West End of a lot Eighty
eight (88) feet by S?venty (70) feet,
owned or formerly owned by August
Schafer and Mary Schafer, his wife.
Said Schafer lot being North of and
adjacent to the lot owned or formerly
owned by J. A. Morris and Sarah Mor
ris, his wife, or William Pierce. The
Southwest corner of the said Schafer
lot being Forty-Six (46) feet East of
the Southeast corner of Haupt's Sab
division of outlot 28 in the City of
Cape Girardeau and State of
swuri. Said strip of ground being
marked on the blue print attached
hereto and marked as parcel No. 0:
also a wedge-shaped strip of ground
owned or formerly owned by AuT'ts:
Schafvr and Maw Sx-hifor,
(aiso known as Broadway Street) and
1 :l l i - .
uehcriueu a.s ioiiows: lieginnipg at
the Northeast comer of W. H. Haupt's
Addition to the City of Cape Girar
deau, Missouri or outlot No. 2S and
the South Side of the Cape Girardeau
Jackson gravel road (also known as
Broadway street; thence run south
parallel with the West boundary line
of the said outlot No. 28' a distance
of Three Hundred Fifty (350)feet,
more or less; thence run West Six (C)
feet to the East line of Haupt's Addi
tion produced; thence North parallel
with said East line to the point of
beginning. Said strip of ground is
marked en the blue print filed here
with and made a part of this descrip
tion as parcels Nos. 10 and 12; also a
parcel of ground Sixty (GO) feet wide
at the North ertd 'abutting on the
Cape Girardeau-Jackson Gravel Road
(also known as Broadway street) with
an extreme depth southwardly of
Three Hundred Fifty (350). feet and
being J-orty (40) feet wide at .the
extreme south end and Sixty (60) feet
wide at a place two hundred eighty
(2S0) feet south of the south side of
the Cape Girardeau-Jackson Gravel
Road (a! so known as Broadway street).
Said parcel of land being owned by
C. G. Reisenbichler and W. C. Lambert
and marked on the blueprint filed
herewith and made a part of this
description as parcel No. 3.1; and to
cause the damages to he assessed to
the persons owning real estate and
charged against real estate in the
the Benefit District described in tl is-
ordinance and upon which assossnv.-ni." ;
shall be levied to vav such damn -vs.!
.. .. ' ' .. . i
rassea Dy tne City Lour.cil on mo
1st day of October, A. D., 1017, and
approved by the Mayor on the 1st day
of October, A. D., 1017, has been filed
in the Clerk's office of the Cape Gi
rardeau Court of Common Pleas in
Cape Girardeau, Missouri, the general
object and nature of which ordinance
is to open, widen and extend Painter
Avenue from the NoYth side of Har
mony Street to the South side cf the
Cape-Girardeau Gravel Road, (also
known as Broadway Street) as stated
in the title of said ordinance above.
and more fully set out ard described
in said ordinance, and to trdce and
t'ar.iagi? certain prfvnt? property fo;
said purposes, tiescribing the p: ivalo ;
property so to be taken, damaged arm ,
condemned and prescribing the limits;"
v. racn sa;a oro.nance. w;r man or
t. - , !
blue print attached, is on fiie m he
uy uencs oince in sw.i city oi cape ;I
otraraecu, .Missouri, and ccrtinea :
copy of which is on file in the office of !
tne cicrK or cape Girardeau Court oi,
Common Pleas, in the City of Cape
Now, therefore, all and each of you.
who may be concerned in said pro-1
coedings. are heieby notified that thej.inp.
sectmd day of March, A. D., 191?. at j "The siu'rit of wanting to heln others
cine o'clock in the forenoon is the day 'is whnt makes puffermir men arid
and the Court Room of the Cape Girar-!
County of Cap Girariaau, Missouri, a
at the City of Cape Girardeau and
State of Missouri, is the place, hereby
fixed for the hearing on. the petition
filed herein by the City of Cape Girar
deau, Missouri, and for the appoint
ment of three disinterested commis
sioners, freeholders of 'property in the
County of Cap Girardeau, Missouri,
to ascertain the compensation, if any,
to be paid for said property taken or
damaged, and to apportion the same
as benefits, if any against the several
parcels in said Benefit District, de
scribed in taid ordinance No. 1161.
And the 'Court further orders that
this order be published four consecu
tive weeks prior to the time of the
hearing of the petition in the Daily
and Weekly Tribune, the newspaper
doing the city printing, in the City of
Cape Girardeau, Missouri.
And the Court further orders that
the parties owning or having any in-
lerest in the real estate propsed to be
takn or damaged by said ordinance be
s.Tved with a copy of this order, eith
er by delivering to each of sai1 own
ers or parties interested at lea.-t ten
days before tiie second day of March,
A. D., 1918, b?ing the day fixed herein
for the heat ing as aforesaid, a copy of
this order, or by delivering such copy
to their usual place of ahode-wilh some
member of their respective families
over the age of sixteen years, and in
case of corporations, by delivering a
copy to the presidents, secretary or
some managing officer thereof, or to
an agent of snid corporation, as by
tin statutes made and provided. A'so
that v.ri'is of punmcn.-; issued t. h"
ervoti bv i;e .-IieriTs of the counties
! ;Vi v.!:kk fa!.! defcnda.it:: mnv be feme,
v.-tich writs of .-unr.non.-; n.-e to bo re-
j iiiv::ii.;n en ihc :-:cco
i .1-., A. P., ICiS.
1 day of Mar-
? to Copy of Or
jiiiy tC rape Giram' au.
I hevcL'V certify, tiia- tho for:
roing is a true copy of the ot iuin ii I '"ormed, m order to boost the Home
order of curt of January 21st, 1D1R, i -om. rs Association in Jackson. The
issued in this cause in tho Cape Gi-j J'lan was io mect at a midwinter ban
radeau Court of Common Pleas of 'l't-t and have a midsummer trip from
?r.id County, wherein the City of Capo j St. Louis to Jackson. Because of the
Girardeau is plaintiff anil Christian J.
Rr-:.scnb"chlrr, et al. are defendants.
Given under my. hand and official
seal, at office in the City of Cape Gi
rardeau. County and State aforesaid,
on this 23rd day of January, A. D.,
12 IS. RKN V1NYAKD,
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION.
Notice is hereby given that letters
of administration upon tho estate of
deceased have been granted to the
undersigned by the Probate Court of
Cape Girardeau County, Missouri.
ibearing date the
i:un aay oi January, i:j. ,0.;t the pan he Ufrf;CPted.
All persons having claims against j A campairn for 0 .ds in Cape
said estate are required to exhibit; G;rardcau County will be launched un
Lhem to the undersigned for allowance,. lhe (iirection of R v. J. J. Clopton
within Fix months from the date of jwho brouRht the problem before the
said letters, or they may be precluded Commercial Ciub ast ni;rht. Stereop
from any benefit of such estate; andtican pictur lowing the advantages
if said claims be not exhibited within jof pood roads vm be shown at several
one year from the date of the pubbca- j ; th it under th direction
tion of this notice, they will.be for
' MARY A. WILSON,
Witness kv hand and seal this 12th
d?.y of Fsbrnary, 11)13.
Vvr. C. HA"iS,
Clerk of the Probnte Court. :
OH MY STOMACH
"I had stomach trouble so badly
that nothing I ate would digest as it
should," fair: Sadie E. Hamilton, Port
land, Me., as she began a remarkable
story of the relief she has secured
from Argo-Prosphate. the new recon
structive, stomach tonic and system
"Evervthing th-'.t I ate would -lb in
mv stom-u l ii
' tho. exoiain- ;
and I Wuuid
.-('. "G.ii wetild form
ffcr di: trc all tho time. I go- --o :
coid 1 ardlv keep anviiing d.Vn.
: n ir ; . .-of vplipf. T li'.d TilV pfm-
ljt h,)t ,,n.
I hnve taken two bottles ;ie-
my purp'i:: I am already feeling f;ne.
can ca . ,m.t;iing anl i am nol Vc
0tP(j at aj
j arn completely rid of my ola stom i
ach troui le that I had for three year?
T have t,,- fplfc so well for 'eai-a nnt 1
I am certainlv a-lad to endorse Ar?o-i
Phosphate because I wnnt others to'50
fop helpe l bv this wonderful modi-'
romei g:ve these splendid public en- i
dorsements of Argo-Phosphate," said j
COLONY OF CAPE
MEN IN ST. LOUIS
Tells Commercial Club Of
Way To Socially Connect
Metropolis With Cape.
PROMINENT MEN OF ST.
LOUIS ARE BEHIND PLAN
Suggestion To Be Carried Out In
Near Future.Judge Heads
The organization of a Cape Girar
deau County Colony in St. Louis will
be perfected soon as a result of the
suggestion of Judge Edward D. Hays
r.tade Friday at the mcet'ng of the
Conimeicial Club, in which he advocat
ed that all former Cape Girardeau Co
unty citizens now living in the Mis
souri metropolis be .organized for the
purpose of keeping a close connection
with their native town and advertis
ing Cape Girardeau as the leading city
:;f Southeast Missouri.
Judge Hays told the Commercial
Club that an effort had been made sev
eral years a.o by himself and several
irading men of Jackson, but the plan
was not carried through for the lack
of connection Letvtm the county seat
and St. Louis, yome of the most prom-
! inert men of St. Louis, as City C?un-
and Pist. Attorney
Ac's-'. J'dc' i;: s
r:'i wou'd d'-1
yer-rs atro. Jtid-re T
i.ru ;::! C l. b, a ;nov
iT-le.l to have such an orjrai.izati.n
lick of connections. the matter
was not carried out.
Cape Girardeau he said, would es
tablish a more convenient and move
accessible center for such an organi
sation than Jackson benuse of the
river connections. A midsummer riv
er excursion from St. Louis to Cape
Girardeau County was at that time
suggested as one of the features of
the organization. Pike County, the
judge said, had established such an
organization, which met twice every
year, the main event being the ex
cursion. Judge Hays was appointed chairman
of a committee- to work out these
'plans. Ho will select two other mem
! bers of the Commercial Club to work
of Rev. Clopton who will secure a
number of slides for this campaign.
These pictures, he explained Friday
night, could be secured at a very low
cost anil be shown in all towns of the
! county in ordor to create a sentiment
!fc-t-c j-ood jo.'ids movement. He said
h'il the lantern to produce the p:c -
and therefore the campaign
i co-iid be conducted with considerably
! small epene.
The next meetinjr of the Commercial
Cli:b, President Harrison announced
would bo a great event. .
Members of the Advertising Club
of St Louis, he told the members,
would be here to give lectures on how
to boost the city to exploit its indus
tries and 'make it a more progressive
j town. These men. he said, will b'
' rnfertaincd at dinner as guests
l the Cor.m:erc:al Cliijj.
CMPLOYMEXT OF WOMEN ! v "ill receive -.nhialle information forj "'l tJWr com to market because of
ON RAILROADS INCREASING; the pvoner a'rirg of orhards. The i .ansportrJio" ditficulties has made
i following program has been fixed forj howhic'i h:-.e reacheI the market
Washington, Mrch 1. A spcc'al:th demonstrations: fdur.ng the lart two weks nearly HO
?.-.:i or ho R?ilro:id Watrt Cor-ni'-1 M.'rrh 1". 1) a. m., John J. Holtz, 3 1 pour.osi moie than last year's average
: Ii.l-i tCvii.y to hear :;i":-;s south cf Egypt Mills. j -iV'it. and Hoover has figured that
au:i: e C.-jldr.iarl:, si,ter-in-!a v c ".h 15. 1 p m., J. T. McDonald. ! -suit is an ure:p'-ctcd 13 per
irsoc-ute Justice urandics, tc.i
; io ont of women on ;Kroi !.:. ,
'ht v-ve iisaires to show tluiv o ien "
i:? being hired in increasing numb: :va i
i for heavy work, her statement contra-j
dieting in some instances testimony of
-Vllss -oicimarh. ueciarea wnite wom-
V V d"W 1 1 1
are lifting weights of as much as.lerville.
poands in working as drill-press
operators. She gave a list of oceu-jwig,
patiens filled by women.
Miss Goldmark said the English are
vsirtg increasing care to provide me-
chanical equipment for relieving the 2
women employed in. railroad work
ifroai heavy lifting. ;
Town Talk Tablets only medicine
A beautiful skin, either in man or told me about Town Talk Tablets and
woman, a skin free .from pimples, j I told he;- I would try them. I got a
blotches, Wackhoads, sores, patches. I bottle, ana the effect thev had upon
red spo.s awl the oily and greasy ap-Jme was wonderful. Almost immedi
pearanee tommon to some, is a treas- lately th pimples commenced to di.s
urable possession.. About one person j appear end my skin became clearer I
in every five has an unsightly face, I ccntinued until I had taken six bottles
purely on account of the diseased con- jand I wms thoroughly cured. My per
dition of the blood.. Ural health, too. tmorrved from the he-
Mrs. Pauline Gibson of New Ra -
cnei.e, a i., .says
"Kor jtm-s I suffered humiliation
front the condition of my face which
never s?fmed froo from little boils and
pimples. It looked terrible and felt This i.s the way they work on ever v
worse. I tried all kinds of warhesior.e whose blood is impieguated with
and ointn.t Tits with no relief. I took j disease- o- impure matter. They nb
cvery st-t of ne-lieine advertised as j sorb all ihf- conns and cam them ou
a cure. tu? my face remained un-jof the system. Try them today for
sightly. Mv ; sicinn ?::;! it was my j any fer n of diseased Me-?, bad'eom
b'oori bii, v hat ever th- gnve me only jpUxii.n v k!n. ;rin watch the nai--seemed
t. make.it worse. Really T velous action. ?1.00 a bottle. Mrti'od
we up in despair. I didn't know wh.it by Hom Relief Laboratories, Rto: .
ti do vi'i myst If. Ore da- a friend Mass.
G. S. SUMMERS MADEiJOHN REDHO NO,
BANK EX A M INE RjlRISH LEADER, DIES
First National Bank CasMer is ! Ardent Advocate of Home Rule
Third Cape Ranker Named
Another Cape Cirarueau bar.k.r was;
the- rank.- f,f tl-e nati-mal
i r v. h n Ceorga S. Sum -
veav cashr of th.
i;--t .Vai'n'ia! Hr.nk of this city, re
,! f., i i
:.s na' :o: :!i ex- '
. '. i i .
, i ! ; . o rtoe si -
i II rvc disirict. w:th hetvf-juarL'iy in
i'hi jicieltihia. l a. Mr. ;'u v.:t t-j rc-
t.-. ;d not ice f'o-M ir. ; t-. nr'-:.
Mr Summer viii !--av the city r.ert
Monday to tepoi for duty as soon a
ir.ton several weeks to familiarize:
himself with his new duties. He ex-i the Koos ve!tTan type. Tt was, his pro
prcts to s-. nd abou three week in i r.im to atitagoni'e. every British
Washington for that purpose and then (love.r.ni -nt. hopihg t.j force Irish
return to the Cape to wicd up his per- T home iule thmiigh methoiis approxi
sonr.I affairs. j mating "insurgency."
Mr. Summers ha--, been a very caua-i Redmond was Imrn'in IS'.I. He was
bl-j offic- r of the ' rsi Nat' mal Bank fi-.t i-l-'cted to pan::i:ri"nt fro New
?.nd has cor.ti ib'ctl hi-: shara to t!: Koss In 18t.fi he v.a.i tlt-t-
;-roat success of th:.-. basiking :r.stitu-,.d fn;n New Wexford and in 1S!)1
tion. He received his first training; from Waterford. He had visited in
and experience as a banker in Cam- j America several times, generally for
thersville and lat r in Goidonville. j the purpose of raising funds to push
President D'Nean Stafford of thejthe hone m'e movement. His son.
First National Bank yesterday paid J William Archer Redmond, was elect
high praise to Mr. Summers' work dur-jed to parliament fr..i East Tyrone
ing the eleven vents he has been cash- i in 1011.
ier of the bank. j Redmond's brother. Ma.j. Wililam
The othr two Cape bankers who, IF. K Red-nor.d, mc-mh-r of parliament
preceded Mr. Summers as national ; frm Cairo, v as killeij in action ou
bank examiners are Harry L. Maehen, ! the vest front recently,
now in Si. l.o i s and Thomas F. Wil-
ii;:ms now in Kansas Citv.
CARE OF ORCHARDS
County Farm Aent Bibcock
Arranfcvs Sprajing L.ctitrcs
Rtginrin March 15.
li-monstratiort and lee -
turo on the care of orchards v ill W
Jsrivon in all sections of the County
bv t . C. Hamilton, a rep e.-ent;tt;ve
; of the United State. Department f
Agriculture and Corr.ty Farm Ag rt
lelh lia'x ock. .u et.mgs we' arrarg-
ied by the latter
to the conve nience of
the farmers and o.chnrd
Besides demonstrations n
spraying the two experts will give
instructions in pruning and general
care of fruit trees. AM who own fruit
trees, no matter how small their;
orchard is :to urged by .h County !
iFarn Agent ti aTten l these demon-.
'mpn- j "
istrations and" l"ctT:res in wh'ch thev!
c- . acKsrn on me gravei
M?rch 1C, 'J a .m
-:i Pitt. Welch
March 18, 9 a. m, Joe Rrenneke,
north Cane Creek School. 4 miles west
, March 18, 1 p. m., Sam Jones. Mil-
March 10, 9 a. m., Henry W. Lud-
2 miles southeast Oak Ridge.
March 19, 1 p. m., Edd Bedwell 2
miles southwest Appleton.
March 20, 9 a. m , Geo. W. Howard,
mile3 northwest Sha-neetown.
March 20, 1 p. m., Aug. Raisenbickle,
south of Nw Walls.
; ginning :;rd today I am a healthy haD-
py woman, with a clear skin, free from
sore or disfigurement, a proof of the
far-reach in effects of Town Ts!J:
For Ireland Dies of
Ktrlv - t-
' today of h.-ait trsen.-e. f Moving
! intest in-U oiiti.
- ' R.Jrrc'
b.vaaie seriously ill :ev
u o. At that time it was
. .. t-(, s..tfpvi :tr from
pui fa-t.v 'n t.i - hum- rule
R"dp.ond was a forceful orator
Tutbday Only Uem.nin.s as Pay
of Abstinence by l.alest
WAS1NXC.TON, .March 4.-Porkless
Satarday.i are no n ore. Xe'thr will
- '"' pcopl- of
tl'i Cnited States he
aF'; imv' nr. mi at less meal
Tuesday orly will be blb b.'i f-
; lf :"-
- Si'c!l a -'dition v.il! prev:t
r -. N -
''f f"r the n xt two o thro- mr
--""o'; io s a;' ni-nt Js.suoa
: I ,)0'J Ad.n'r.istrator Tleovct
Wiiie lifting: the ban on pork on
Saturday, and on pork and beef on
other days except Tuesdays, th
food administrator does, however, le
quest that Amprican people be more
saving of wheat and io forego bread
stuffs as much as possible since the
n"eat situation is becoming increas-
lr.abiRy of to?- farmers to send
I'ur.vv in me supply of pork.
h.Sl'Kn.S LA IOLLETTE
MADISON, Wis., March 6. By a
vote of Kl to r,2, the Wisconsin asesm
bly today passed an amendment to
the loyalft$t resolution censuring th
war attitude of United States Senator
An amendment by Senator Ross
calling upon the United States Sen
ate immediately to complete itt inves
tigation and take such action aa th
case demand, was killtd by ?ot
of 41 to 45. - .