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THE DAILY TRIBUNE. CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI. TUESDAY MORNING, JUXK 11 IS
THE DAILY TRIBUNE
Fablished Every Morning, Except Monday
SAXES P. WHITESIDE, Editor.
One Year . ....J4.00
lix Montha.. ... - Z59
rbree Month.. ......-. 1.M
One Year, (in Advance) 51.00.
Sntered at the Post Office at
SHALL WE Kl'ILD THE BRIDGE? . --ir
The Tribune present.- on this pa !e;:.-r -rem Mr. Pressky Hop-
per in opposition to the bond Issue for the destruction of a bridge over
the drainage d.tehes. Some u the statements iniule by Mr. Hopper are no
doubt true, and we are glad to gi. e "vis vor.-icn of the project, even
though, it les not coincide with the- stand of The Tribune.
It has been more than half a century since the raiboad bonds were
voted, and since that time Cape Gir uWvn has grown from a coal oi!
lamp village into a city with electric :?? aid all modern d nvenlenc-e.-.
In those, days land .-old for ?5 an ace, and the hoed issue of 130,00
Til? farmer of today sills oee bu-'i-' of wheat for the price of a calf
hack in tho.-c days Conditio!! have cnangod materially since then. Cape
Girardeau is now the metropolis of S ihas.l Missouri and is bidding for
business from this entire section of! if Cap? Girardeau is pros
perous, propeity values in this city :u d the entire township will con
tinue to increase. Hut if the city i i-o.apo'.led to go bf-ck where it was
when the railroad bond was voted, pr.-r.nty would be without value.
If we do not. bridge the Hock Road Levee, Tape Girardeau will go
back; business in this city, no matte;- w':at it would be, would be ruined.
That is the condition now confrotuii.tr u IT the propo.-x-d bridge were
intended only for the benefit of the f .-.v. we v uu!d oppose it, but it will
save the town.
Cape Girardeau's future is bligh ! if it must divorce itself from the
natronnge of the people who live in the counties bHow us. We can see no
u-.iv to build this bridge except by th
11 o us together ana serve as a benell
Why He Opposes Bond Issue.
THE iM- iSSlV..
To the Editor of The Tribune:
posed to put a debt of .fiOO.WO on j
posed to pat a debe oi $2i.'0,00 on;
the town-hip of Cape Girardeau to
buiid bridges across tiv Diainagc
ditch and this to heip out the bv.3i -
nes of Cae Girardeau. I can see ;
can see j ?1.
that this is all right and a good
thing for the merchants of Cape Ci -
r irdo-i j
The Scott County road was a tod
road erne and ktpt up by the tolis
and at the instance of the business;
men of Cane Giraideau v;i- tak:n
away from the owners without pay-,
ing the owners a cent. In that way j
Mr. Houck and the other owners levt
$:H.tMM. Rut the mcivharts wanted j
a free road and got it in that way. :
Then the ditch scheme came up aatl ;
the business men of Cape Girardeau
f.. :.! -heii;e arnl .ir.
Hovek vi.-.:l n o,ie 'ii frrluitig it. ,ow
the flitch has cat df ihe business ;:;
Ca.,e Cirat .'.ran and tly mei ciiants of j
(V.;k! GVardoau are lo.-iiig good busi-;
AH t1 i ; i char it:;;u"h. V.'si th !
qee"-.:evs v.tmi io : si.. ej ; nnuw
the farmers of Cape Giratib-au town
shin ami the p; or p;We v.iio own a
Train Women in Poise and judgment
for Better Government cf World
By MRS. WILLIAM
President of Micliia
I would not have wo:::an ttsttrji man's place in world a.Tnirs, but I
would have Iter reach an equal jWi-.tr; wii!i hi:::. I do not believe iha
rirht io govern should be entrusted siddv to m.-n or entirely to v.xni:;'.i.
I would have them divide the rigid. Ami by tliviiitig ihe ri.Iit tl.ey would
arrive at. the balanced viewpoint wiiieh v,t ttld be a betn U lunnunkiml.
It would efface from g;ovc nimetit many, if net all, cf ihe evils that pre
vail. Some man-made laws are perfectly ridiculous, but .-. would, some
woman-made laws be, if she were allowed to build thctn alone.
Woman's entrance into public life is in -t .hj' etiur,able as it once
was because what she is doing; is commendable work. S; luis heeot: e
accustomed to seeing; herself in the public eye. It has been her club
trainin; that lias fitted her to gv out into civic life and which has quali
fied her for the part she is playing;. While I regret woman's- entrance
into business affairs, while I am sorry she must p out from her home,
conditions today decree she must, and there n mains not'timr for her io
do but to go ht.
But before sdie makes her move into public life I believe a woman
should have some sort of training to
bilities with which she intends to burden herself. There should be a
Echool for the studv of government, and io this institution I would not
only send woman but man as well. '
J T . . , , . , A1 , . , , . .
I would hrst be sure she was kited for her won m whatever sphere
she enters, and I would be sure cf her inteity and honesty and truth-
fulness. I do not believe women
social influence, and those seekin;
Cne Month. 40
One Week . .It
Singl Copy... ..-.... 5
robiiftbed ru Friday.
Cape Girardeau, Ko
is: nam e of bonds, which will tax a
' f ii -r:uges :".-e- firan'
: . ' ' nil : J it" I
building bridges up on Ap
;.k i e . ;. at Alicn'i.'Ie. Un
. ir.-- ;oi!r.tv takes care of
! .- ir
jti:e bridges an
the tov.-.-sh: tax-
j,.. y... h-aM the bri.lges across the
;, ;;i;,av.-e ditch the w hole county wiil j
iha - . the advantnge of t!ie work.
, , . ,
! i saj iet ttic whole cottntv bear he
j c-?.cn .. of ouiiding these brigcs and
- he laved for it.
,.. ... -'
rareau towr.smp .mst g-d j a
liirough laying a railroad tax and it;.
tool- t-.f.-v v.:.rs i nav tl-.-d ?' r.n.dOC 1
rail read sen crii.ti' n. 1 o tl
f ihis town.-hiji ami city want this
;:.:! of a da.-e again ami have th
hole county and countiy laugh at us
In a won! I am against taxing the
arm.-1 - o
the township for ihe bene
basiacss n.cn, even if the
,f a f-
por i : v o ners oi v ape nuaitiw.u
i :t -
C.l.v are wil'ing to be sklme d again
by taxation for the benefit of a few.
Unhss the people of the city and
n.wnsiiip act prompiv they will iind
. . .. .", , .
PRESS LEY I10PPKR.
Federatica cf Clubs
fit her fcr those trials and responsi
should be appointed to oTice through
Pontic- cboiw Le the 1-, G K, I
poiticna tjo. Lc tl.e k:.t ,0 rev-
TRANSPORTATION OF FARM PRODUCTS "
MADE QUICKLY AND
MOTORTRUCK USED FOR CARRYING MILK.
Ih fruit and truck growing ami in dairying the motortruck lias peculiar
advantages. Perishable products .deteriorate rapidly with handling und'iime.
Kail shipments are subject to many and long delays, particularly now when
there is such freight congestion and when preference- is given by the curriers
to munitions and oilier ldgli-fiviqht-r.ite jdiipmcnt m, when priority of sh!--meiit
is being given to fuel, steel and army supplies, and embargoes on vari
ous kinds of freight are being ordered by the railroads. Motortrucks are
used in California, Michigan, Ohio, Ni vv Jersey and various other states to
haul fruit and garden truck lmg distances di:vetiy to market in the large
cities or to direct fhipping points, thereby saving several handling and much
delay. The fruit or produce arrives in market in a few hours Instead of a
few days, is fresher and in better condition and consequently commands
There are many places in the country within tifiy miles of great markets
where farm produce is allowed to rot on the ground or is fed to live stock,
because it does not pay the fanner to shin it, the Christian Herald states.
Yet consumers in the city have to pay high juices for the same kind of
produce. Numerous oflii;d investigations have shown ihat the consumer
pays anywhere from two to live thins as much for the vegetal les and fruit
lie oats as the prodm-or re t Ims for lium. Th difference goes to the rail-,
roads, commission i:erc!..:i.: and n il"rs.
! Improved Methods cf Carbure-
tion Must Be Provided by
EXHAUST -HEATED MAHIrOLD !
Three Separate but Ccnr.icting Jackets
Fiirnish Three Different Derrc?s of
Hcst at Three Different Points
Shut Off in Summer.
Although the ft ar that tiw L'nited
j .. . , .
Mates faces a gasoline ic.mine has
:., n ,roveii i!f.u.l-il y Mati.-iics on
jp. ; .ki!m supply and ! thm:-
lv:l.; or .ia; r;c:ir. inoitirisi.- s'lii i,;ne
fu , j,,.,,,,,,.,., .,, , ..tend,
problt-ni 1 1 the motorcar manu-
' 'i'::-. r miht s..r.v pi
d method of cariui-
ace tlte outbreak of 'lie war gaso- .
i:.e of a cmrioafatively inferior gr;d- .
)ias been the rule in this country, ami :
;:s a reijU gat.iiie1 mileages have de
Statistics coa-piit d by the Socii iy of
.iipovioi i ve Kiigiin -vrs shew ihat the ;
ev ra?.' car imv travels only twelve '
itiih .i to tin- gallon, but the auihori.Ies -maiiitain
that this art rage can be al- 1
:!:-! d-;:!h-d if ;tat:;:e .'liile engineers
viil fumi.-h better means of carhrnvt-
jag Ihe heavier and less volatile armies :
.f fuel now In ing produet d by the!
Heated Manifold Aids Motor.
An iiisp' ethai of nutouiobih s, how-,
ever, is exccco.ii'gly encouraging. A '.
t !utior of the problem apparently has j
been found in devices used on several '
makes of cars, among which l.s an e:;-haii:;i-ht
;it-..l manifold consisting of
three separate but connecting jackets j
ihat furnish three different degrees of
heat at three different pt.inls.
The first jacket incloses the branch
of the manifold, healing the gasoline
in the point of immediate distiibiitmn
n the cylinders and taking car;' of any
. ndensaUon. The second is around
the throttle chamber, where it prevents
C' iidenrsation around the throttle valve
vt low throttles. The third is located
at the low speed throat of the car
buretor, insuring vaporization at low
Heat Off in Summer.
In warm weather, when oliieient cur
buretion often ceases to be a problem,
the le at can be shut off by turning a
I rHerily valve located at (he exhaust
connection of the manifold jacket, in
addition there is another butterfly
valve at the connection of the car
buretor exhaust jacket, which is linked
to the throttle valve and automatically
shuts off the heat when the throttle Is
HEADLIGHTS IN GOCD FOCUS
Instructions Given fcr Proper Adjust
ment of Light3 and for Getting
Eest Use of Them.
I if VCTir headlights are not in proper
j focus you are not getting the best use
jf? thera: Some light op the' sides
! of the road more than the center, and
j some nght up the road too far ahead.
Point your car directly at a white wall
fT ? fcet, a antJ a6st I
bulJ, a amp so her iS j
no black spot m center of light. Then
adjust the other lcrap
s- Fir Ana srn
i nt oulvlej i
up tfca Bides of tie road.
CHEAPLY BY MOTORS
I AUTOS ST MUST WATCH LEAKS
j It Wiil Pay Car Owner to Wake Thor
ough Examination 2t Least Ev
ery Three Months.
; There are so many places about the
; :Mi,t-:i- wiser; leaks are likely to di
":. .!:' ir r lil pay the ear own-r t
, g -, ver la- t h-i.tism once In thn-
!.:; Mhs viih thi- in mind. l-'r ipn-nt
; oil- ::d -rs rt- tic spark pings ami
' pr!:r.?:-u cup.-;, lv-r a liill- oil around
i th - hi .i i- parts of thee whii" the cti-
rii'e is r;i!i:!i!
If there is n leak
place for leakage i
the vale:' system. Sih whetlier th-.-valve
stems and ttush rods ere cov
ered with oil ; if ti-ey are the stems or
g-'Mos are probably worn, or the push
rods or their guides may be to blame.
The cylinder lead Is liable to develop
h a huge If he gasket Is net in good
condition or the head spring cmt of
shnpe. Leakage, at the itdet manifold
( aneeti- :. t- the carburetor may crease
poor motor nr"" ration by thiaaing the
n.ixiiuv. So:;-' ; times the leakage here
'-: so greet that it cannat be overcome
by reduciii-r th a:eornt cf air going
through the carbureior itself.
BLOWOUTS AMD PUNCTURES
Wheel Shown in liiuctratlon Vhich
Gives Needed Resiliency to a
The Siienliiie Aiaeriean in Ii!u-tra:-istg
siad describing a spring wheel, In
vented by 1". (I. lliil of Spokane Wash.,
The object of the invention is to
Iu.(vi,le a ,vI:(.lI v,;ii(.-, ViiU j,h(. ih(t
re.Mliencv of u i!ieii:a:;tie lire without
Side View of the Wheel.
the danger of blowouts and punctures,
la use win n the hub moves eccentrical
ly of the wheel the arms of the spokes
at one sitle of the hub will move out
wardly, lengthening t!;e short axis of
the ellipse, whii : those at the other
ritle will move toward each oilier,
.'lortc-ning the short axis, and the
spokes both above and below, and at
the sides, will assist in the cushioning
movement of the huh with respect to
LOCSE RIM CAUSES TROUBLE
Generally Makes It-. Presence Known
by Squeaking Scund When Oat
It is generally nndersiod nowadays
that wheels which are out of align
ment cause undue tire wear. Few
owners, however, realize that rims
which are loose or otherwise improp
erly mounted will have the same ef
fect of causing excessively rapid tread
wear. A loose rini generally makes its
presence known by a clinking or
squeaking sound. This is not always
so; for occasionally a small stone or
sonic sand may ?. t in between the
rim and felloe so as to prevent noise.
The rim appears to be tight, but in
. 1 nlrt nnr of aumnient
reality is runniifg out of alignment
and wearing out the tire.
POIi COMMON .PLEAS CLEKK
We are authorized to announce
FIIKD A. KAGE
of Cap? GirardoEU, Mo., a-3 a candi
date for the Republican nomination
for the o.T.ee of Clerk of the Common
Pisa3 Ccart, of Cape Girardeau, Mo.
subject to the genera- primary, Au
gust G, 3D13.
FOR COMMON PLEAS CLERK
We are ruthorized to announce
of Cape Girardeau, Mo., as a candi
date for the Democratic nomination
for the odice of Clerk of the Common
Pleas Court, of Cane Girardeau, Mo.,
subject to the general primary, Au
;ust 6, lltlS.
FOR COUNTY COLLECTOR
We are authorized to announce
CEOIJGE H. MEYKK
Cape Girardeau. Mo., as a candidate
cor the Republican nomination for the
office of County Collector of Cape
' Jirardeau County. 3Io., subject to the
general primary, August 6, 191S.
I or: CIP.CITT CLEKK
We are auiiiorized to announce
DAN II. IIALDAMAN
u Ca,;e Girardeau. JIo. a.-, a candidate
-'or I lie liepublican lomiuuticn for the
di'u e ef Clerk of the Circuit Court cf
.ape Girardeau County, Tdo, subject
if) the general primary, AvgX-t , 191
FOIi PKOSKCITING ATTOKMIY.
We rre r.-.itherireil to nrmniinr
J. II EN It Y CARUTIIERS
if Cape Girardeau, )Io,, as a candidate
'or the P.cpubiican nomination for the
afiicc of Prosecuting Attorney of
'.."ape Giraideau County, subject to
i -ct to the general primary, August
FOR COUNTY COURT CLERK.
We are authorized to announce
f Jackson Mo., as a candidate for the
Republican nomination for the office
f Clerk of the County Court of Cape
i'irarck-au County, suhj- ct to tl-e gen
Jie general primary, August 6, 191S.
CANDIDATE FOR CONSTABLE.
We aro authorized to announce
F. W. GIIKRIIEIDE
s a candidate for the Republican
c.-.-.iin i-ien fcr Constable of Cape
lirardoau Township, riissouri, sub
iect to the general primary, August
FOR CIRCUIT CLERK
We are authorised to announce
CHARLES I. JAEGER,
Jiic!:?;m. Mo., as a candidate fori
lh Republican nomination for the
ifTiee of Clerk of the Circuit Court of
'.'ape Girardeau County Mo., subject
-o the general primary August f, 1 i 1 S
Me was born and reared in Cape Gi
FOR COMMON PLEAS CLERK
We are authorized to announce
ALBERT II. POE.
f Cape Girardeau. Mo., as a car-dilate
for the Republican nomination
fcr the office of Cork of the Common
Pleas Court, of Cape Girardeau, Mo.,
rub.iect to the gerteral primary, Au
gust C. 1018.
for Circuit court
Y.'e are authorised to announce
BEN E. MASTERS
is a candidate fer the Republican
omir.atron for the office of Clerk rf
'he Circuit Court of Cape Girardeaa
'ounty, Mo., subject to the general
irir.iary, August 1, lflS. " Mr. Mas
ters h now Circuit Clerk and Is rHi
:ng for a second term.
FOR COUNTY REPRESENTATIVE
We are authorized to announce
-.: Cape Girardeau County, Mo., as a
randidate for the Republican nomina
tion for Representative in the State
Legislature from Cape Girardeau
County, Mo., subject to the gcneial
primary August G, li)18.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
Notice is hereby given to ail credi
tors and others, interested in the es
deceased, that I, Mary tinners tall,
Executrix of said estate, intend t
make final settlement thereof at the
next term of the Cape Girardeau
Court of Common Pleas of Cape
Girardeau County, State of Missouri,
to be held at Cape Girardeau on the
27th day of May, 1918.
TELEPHONE No. 2
Ote cent a -rord for one insertion.
Two ceati fcr three days and. three cents a word or a week.
Iy the cicath ten eenta fcr echwor-l.
Display ad7ertiseEn'3 in this colum; will cos double the usual :ate.
No adTcrtiseaieat accepted for le38 than ten ceaie.
WANTED-A setting of guinea (
FEMALE KELP WANTED Women;
wanted full time salary :2i. If pare;
lime oOe an hear, selling; guaran-;
iecd hcsk-iy to wearer. Perme.nent.
Experience unnecessary. Interna
tional Mills, Norristown, Pa.
R. J. DAVIS,
Transfer ant Storage,
GCO South Sprigg b'treet
NOTICE OP ADMINISTRATION.
Notice is hereby given that letters
of administration upon the estate of
JAMES U WELKER,
deceased, have been gran'.ed to tl.e
undersigned by the Probate Court of
Cape Girardeau County, Missouri,
bearing date the oth day cf April,
All persons having claims against
said estate are required to exhibit
ti.cm to the undersigned for allow
ance within six menti s from date cf
aiii letters, or they nr. y bp precluded
from any benefit cf sudi estate; and
"f said claims be not exhibited within
one year from the date of publica
tion of this notice, they wiil be for
JOHN J. WELKER, j,olJ siIvcr anJ ,t-nunu
Admmistrator. j to us and leceive cash by return
Witi.ess my hard and seal this 10th j rilili!. If price is ,,ct S;itit;f.,,.tory
day of April, 1018. , YVe will return teeth promptly un
real) W. C. Hays, !isi ,..(iuwt:
Clerk of the Pre bate Clerk., i N T i .' R NAT 1 0 N A L TKKTII CO.
NOTICE OF SPECIAL ELECTION. j
X-u:ce :i ..- cby given that pursu-(
ant to orders of the Bi.ar 1 of C! 1
e.'issi'.ne's cf trTe Cane (i rndtau
Towishin Special Road Disivict of.
Cape Girardeau Ceviity. 2' -is .-our:,!
duly mrnie and entered cf record at a
meeting of s:iM fv-a'd duiy heitl on.
Saturday M:u 'Su !!!S. an election:
will be held fn '
irecim-t - of tise C
.':-r.u. Mis.-oavi. at;.
- of t an? Girar-:
,i n there
a"! s:iid vot'pg p'-' c
District an 1 all the
vi.vj.; r aces
ing as follows. to-v:t:
, -i ,
ion lVas Coi'rihiKi-r in sa .1 C.ty et
S'-con.' Polling P:
ar the i ape
Bottling Woi-vs o. i'-nem. " . thraedt .u CcUiilv, Misbuaei, to be
Pacif'c street in sai 1 City of Capej,, , aJ. .,acksIU jsoar-, beginning
Giradeau. je.n t!.0 ljth d;ty of Zlv.y, VA$.
Third Po'ling P'; -at ti e Mar-j A. N. CALDWELL,
tens l'.hlg., oil Good !! ipe St. in said. Administrator.
City of Cape Girardeau. Wilr-css my hand and seal ihis lUth
Fourth Polling Place at the Yogt
I - . ' T .
;n-M City of cape. (ii.ar.l ax
Fifth Poliinr Place at the Petal
'rove School House in said District, j
-v- x: a...,, l-t-i-if flit
;i V ', ' "" , , 'ors and others interested in the es-
-io,ti n v.-ii! ' e 1 id ee. Iie-dav, Jcn.'i q.
2n J'S. and th..t it viii ' for the , CL VUS H1NCK
..u pose of sr nvtting to the qualt- ,.;e.e;,?cJ j th undersigne,!. in-
' "" 1 1 ' ': i tend to make final settlement of the
or rr t :..! l'v: of w T ' S'-r!;Cipt.-.tf of n;.i -nc, tH nf
riP be 1
if of TWO
o-'SAy to-'.-o noo) I
rT ? Pi .! -.nii;iat!rtr.s of U.h
.:..-.i. i i "'i
'TUXDnFD (Mil:."1) DOLLARS or
mu't'p'e th 'of. t- b ar inter-
t ; a ra.ie :ccedin; six (C,) per
vr.'-ii-t '--: payab1. s-n
--''':'-e -1'-" no !:ucrdav or" April, 1018.
T 1 SU ii 1: -.!7. Ukiii".- ft ' j
he r-r; ose of paying the cost of I
, i : .
cf bonds to be to--
e ding psM elrcti u and paying the !
cet ef con tructieg an I improving;
'nidges and culverts.
T vv.ed at Cap - Girardeau. M:s- j District will meet 'the Poll Tax pay
uri. thir. May 2. 1018. bv order of iers of said District at the First Na-
;' Roe.v ! of ( omiViissionei'S.
T. H. LEWIS
cretarv ot .vim ii;ai:. vi e"i-. .v...vw... .. t
"' j tax:s fer the year i:;l. The Coan-
CHICHESTER S PIUS
XTVN I-llfI Ak Tr lrnczit Sic A
4 tit-tir-tt-r lUia'nonU Ttruiid,
PHU in K-d fcn i .o!d r --.; lie
Tak ha dftw- II'iv mf wmi
. SOLD BV DRICQiSTS Eim'AHERE
WANTED First class printer; steady
position and good wages,
at The Tribune office.
tOTOU For sale one five-horse-
power direct current motor; in good
condition. Apply at The Tribune
FOR SALE Forty II. P. Sasoiine
engine; wilt sell at a sacrifice: apply
! a: iiilbacl.er's machine shoj.
1 Or! RENT Four room house near
shoe factory; apply l.'tj Main street.
ROOMERS WANTED Ry day or
week or month, Mrs. 31. Reck, Phone
US, North Lorimier street.
1 OR SALE -My nine-room brick
house, ccrr.er Broadway and Span
ish streets; has bath, hot water, fur
nace Lrat and a.l :no.iciu conven
iences; good location for business.
Would t.ide fer cheaper houses on
terms to suit. App;y F. A. Kage, 114
OLD FALSE TEETH WANTED
dces'nt matter if broken. W mv
t actual value. We nav ca.-h for !.!
licit 4-2ih S... New York.
ARM Vv'AXTED ResponsiLIe p.:tj
v::a':j u buy a tt-nk fu.rm withm
tivo -."r; :es oi' C.pe Girur-ieuu. Sdul
be cu a uoiic road una nave waltr
r-.'i.i j asiure land. Give uc,cri
'.!.n tf tar.':. r.u:a!)er of acres, price
"v, ar.txl v.nd state when possession
can be .given. Address K. II, The
FINAL SETi'LEMENT NOTICE
j Noike is hereby j.-ivcn to all credit
jors ar.d others lntcrlcd in the cs
EMMA Mc LAIN
oecaj' tt, liial i, te.e uinleistgne
; . . , , .' ...
Ue.ei tu iiiu:;o mial seiMcment c
I i, the undersigned, in
C; tgie ot sai de-ee.tje-.l ai. tl:e m-xt
; ui..;l 0,- .,ie pi(juat.c. Court of Cane
day of April, IL'iS.
Vv C. Hays,
Clerk of the Probate Clerk.
FINAL SETTLEMENT NOTICE
Notice is hereby given to all credit-
term of the Probae Court of Cape
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I heel :ir .I;ii'ks'in I":eniTfi hPffinnitur
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on the l.'Hh day of May, 1318.
Witness my hand and seal this 10th
W. C. Hays,
Clerk cf the Probate Cle.k.
- vf -TICK TO POLL TAX PAYERS,
The undersigned, clerk of ftlAi
j iaanj 0f Commissioners of the Cane
Girardeau Township Special Road
tional Rank in the City of Cape Gi
rardeau on Saturday, June Kth, 10 is,
j ty Court l aving levied a poil tiix of
i $ 1.00 on a-1 able bodied men in said
district, outside 'the city limits of
Cape Girardeau, between the ages of
21 and tit). . '
T. H. LEWIS,
c-crk bt tne lj0"-ru"