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THE CAES GlftAEDEAU TRIBUNE, -APE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, WEDNESDAY MORXIXG DECEMBER, 23, lftlfc T '
TELEPHONE No. 2
..WANTED to hear from ownwer
of good farm for sale. Slate cash
price, full description. D. l Buush,
Minneapolis, 3Iinn. i
WANTED Forty acre farm with
good supply of water; within easy
reach of Cape Girardeau. Address
X. 7, The Tribune.
i'OIi RENT 0 ae or twostorFroon-.s
on corner of Good Hope and Fred
crick Streets, apply to Chas. Blatt
ncr. 247 S. .Frederick St.
WANTED Boy to learn watchmak
ing and jewelry repairing by one
..of the most expert mechanics. No
tuition fee required; must come
well recommended and of family
permanent'y located. Address Me
chanic Care Tribune.
GET A BUSINESS of your own.
Little money needed. Why work for
oth-irs? :Kane Mfg. Co., Smith Bidg.
Seattle., Wash. Sv
SALESM EN" Splendid opportunity
for the man seeking to better him
self. Advertising calendars and
novelties. Liberal commission prop
osiion. Selling season commences
January 1st The Geo. H. Jung Co.
FOR SALE Fine Leghorn rooster.
Beautiful bird; price $5. Telephone
MOXOit 'or sale on five-horae-power
direct current motor; In good
condition. Apply at The Tiibun
FEMALE HE LI Large Knitting
mill, ck-sircs women to work in own
town. Easy business; permanent,
International Mills Norristown, Pa.
FlliS'l (J HUMAN ELECTIONS 'the Uourgeois also came out vi'ctijr-
SHOW DEFEAT OF BOLSHEVIKI j ious.
I'aris, Dec. 24 The first elections j
l' the new German National Assem-j
by are indicative of what the Mr.al
MONEY IN EGGS.
Eggs are not bankable, but the
money frojn their sale is. This
money is yours for the effort. How
i v-ults will do, says a l:spatch from ; ,i0 you treat the hen that lays the Gol
Lurnc to Le Journal. In the Duchy! den Egg?. B. A. Thomas' Poultry
of Brunswick, 'where til minority j Remedy will keep the pou'lry in good
party Had as.ume.l power, tnc ;ic-j rendition and increase th- yield of
feat of the Lolsnev.ki was crushing. ,fcgs. Wo guarantee this and i ?fund
In Mocklcnhuig and Anhalt. where j v0ur money . if iiot satisfied. F. F.
the majority p-.;rty was in centre', ! I'r tun & Bros.
Ve wish you A Merry Christmas,
A Happy New Year, and hope
that your happiness and prosper
itv will increase as the Uletides
come and go.
F. H. Kassel,
"Where Gems and Gold Arc Fairly Sold."
November 14, 1913.
Council met in special session, May
or H. H. Haas, presiding, roll call of
officers show the following members
present: H. H. Haas, L.' Wittmor;
absent, R. W. Frissell. "4
The following resolution was read:
Whereas it appears the office of
Police Judge is vacant, caused by the
death of Julian G. Miller,,
Therefore, Be It Resolved, that F.
A; 'Kage, of the city of Cape Girar
deau, be and is hereby designated
and appointed by a majority vote to
fill the office of Police Judge for the
city of Cape Girardeau, during such
time as is agreeable to the will of the
ma.ioiity of the inembeis of the city
council, and until his successor is
du'y appointed and qualified. j
Councilman Louis Wittmor.
Thursday, Nov; 14, 11)18.
On motion of Mr. Wittmor roll was
failed for the adoption of said reso
lution., the vote resulting, as follows;
Ayes, Haas, Wittmor; Nays, none.
Whereupon the mayor" declared said
resolution duly adopted ..
The committee appointed by the
mayor for the purpose of diafting
resolutions of lespect on the death of
J. G. Miller, Police Judge, reports as
To the Honorable Mayor and Council-men:
A " MM I
i our commute 10 wnoni vas as-
signedtho duty of- drafting i evolu
tions of resjA'ct for our city police
.uiuge, J': G. Miller, now deceased.
beg" leave to report as follows:
I hat we. his assoc iates in the Ciiv
Government, has been intimately
"acquainted with the . deceased, both
socaiiy and -n business, and :t is
with some pride tiiat we say that we
have always found him :..ttivc!y ;.ik.
unselfishly engaged working for th
best interests of the city and .all con
cerned As a public seivant he was capable
and prompt and ever ready to a-ssist
others so far as his knowledge and
abi'ity warranted, and we feel that
this city has lost a faithful servant,
and we, Lis associates, a congenial
co-worker and one that we will all
He was loved by all who knew him
and was ever ready to help the
worthy, needy and poor.
Therefore, Be It Keso'vc-d; that a
page "of the city records be set apart
and that these reso'utions be spread
in full thereon to commemorate his
memory; and that a copy, under the
city seal, signed by the mayor and
attested by the city clerk, be furnish
ed the bereaved family; and' copies
furnished the city and county press
Itespectf i'!y submitted.
V. H. Haas.
On motion of Mr. Wittmor, said
lcsolutions of respect as read were
On motion of Mr. Wittmor council
H. H. Haas, Mayor.
Attest ; A. P. Behrens, city clerk.
SANTA CLAUS WILL
Reindeers Being Tired, lie May
Lreuver rresenis 10 auio ur
A Moving Van
Rev. F. M. Melzer, the new pastor
of Trinity Lutheran church, will ar
rive in the Cape, January 5, to take
charge of the parish, officials of the
church have been informed.
Rev. Melzer succeeds the late Rev.
August Wilder, who was pastor for
the church many years. Rev. Melzer
has be--n detained for several weeks
because of illness of his wife. She
has been in a hospital in St. Louis.
The Lutheran congregation will
entertain the children this year, al
though the youngsters wiM not be per-1
mitted to inspect the Christmas tree.
The congregation has always had
Christmas tree at the chinch, and
there will be no deviation this year.
The tree has been creeled and the
presents hung on it. But the epidemic
of influenza this year has made it im
possible for the chiVIren to congre
gate in the church. Santa Claus, how
ever, has agreed to distribute these
presents this year to the children of
Owing to the fact that Santa's
reindeers are pretty tired fiom over
work, Santa Chuis will like!v distri
bute the presents with a waon and
learn or automobile.
Wil l: SFKS FOR THE THIRD
DIVORCE I'UO.M SAUK MAX,
OLD FALSE TEETH
We pay from $2.00 to $35.00 per
set (broken or not). We also pay ac
tual value for Diamonds, old Gold.
Silver and Bridge-work. Send at
once by parcel post and receive cash
by return mail. Will return your
goods if our price is unsatisfactory.
MAZER'S TOOTH SPECIALTY
Dept. X. 2007 So. 5th St.
Omaha, Xebr., Dec 24 Twice in
.". years Mrs. Mary K. Pope has ob
tained a divorce from l-'dw. L. Pope,
diuggist 1;02 Fanihani stre-1. Airs.
Pope ti'ed suit for her third divorce
from Pope. She charged in her latest
petition that Pope is suily, quarrel--onv.
u.-v-d iu.lesceiit laimun.u;.- and
'I didn't know that Mrs. P:p? h,ad
applied for divorce," sr.id Pope when
told of the suit. " havt nothing to
say on the subject not one word.''
The Pooes were married in August
1!1".. The next year, on Ju'y 10th.
:he sec u ted a- diort from hm-. on
the general ground of cruelty. By
mutual consent, the recent pot i I ion
says on August P1J, they had!
the decree .set ::.side and resumed their j
former re" at ions :t.; nan and wife. j
This i'me the m.v. riau-' !a.-te,; unv! j
ii ; , . . . I
.laii-t! i;m.i. in v.n'(ii ntiii .;rs.
Pope iiiri-in sutd foi divorce en the
same round. The decree was is. u-u
by the district court Ap'-il 2-".,
Mrs. Pope recites in hi-r latest pe
tition that Pope after the second di-i
voice pleaded with her to return to
him an,; promised to treat her weM.
She sav, that he was ill and in had
hcal'.h and that she fina'iy listened
tr h'ni. had the .second divorce s-"t
aside and that the two again went
back to living together again.
The third separation took piau-
AT this time we want to thank you for all the
" business that has transpired between us.
May we wish you the Merriest and the Hap
piest aud the Most Prosperous New Year of
NOTICE OF HXAL SETTLEMENT.
Notice is hereby given to crcd.tois
and others, interested in the estate
11. D. LANCE
deceased. !h:.t 1. Tilhc Lance, Admin
istratrix of said estate intend to make
una! retilement theieof at the next
term of the Cape Girardeau Court of
Common Plea- f Cape (e.-ardea1,!
iSent. 27. savs the netirion.
Mrs. Popeays Pope is worth $J.Vr'nmly ;'t;c! sl"l "f isso;"'i s,t CK
000. In addition to the absolute di
vorce, she takes -iil.Vii per mouth ali
mony for herself, the custody of ihpj being
2-year-o."d bov. and an allowance of couil-.
$"i0 a month for the bov.
Gii afde;ie Mo., to be iie!d on the
fourth 'Monday in February, i:i:, it
the l ebruary term of said
NOTICE OF CONTENT ATIOX OF
rJESTRICTIONS TO PREVENT
SPREAD OF INFLUENZA.
Notice is hereby given that the!
prevjsling restrictions imposed for
prevention of influenza in this city
continue to and including Fri-
. 1 1 1 S wirh the foliowing
AVERTS "2SL5iTTES '
ScJm Trce.:.r.-T:t t.-m
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Tillie Laiiee, Adnix.
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Pfompt Relief Guaranteed
AM VOVA KAUh
Parts for all cars 50 to 85?; off manufacturer's list price.
Some of the cars we have parts for: Overland, Maxwell, Buick,
E. M. F., Flanders, Studebaker, Metz, Hupmobile, Chandlicr
Grant, Brush, Mitchell, Hudson, Regal, Reo, Cadillac, Marmon,
Paige, Jackson, Moon, Howard, Michigan and many others.
High Tension Magnetos, Carburetors, Radiators, Axle Shafts,
G rs, Wearings, Spark Plugs and Everything tor the Automobile
Some of the complete motcrs we have for sale in good running
condition: E. M. F., $60.00; Overland, $50.00; Regal Electric
Starter, $85; Reo, $75.00; Buick, $65; Maxwell, 25 Starter,
$100.00; Hudson 32 Bosch Magneto, 110.00.
Tungsten parts for all kinds of Coils and Magnetos. Springs for all
m itss af cars. Your money'sworth or your money back, and you are
the judge! Write us your needs.
AUTO PARTS COMPANY
CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO.
-Trr . , wgasr",,:: ,, " -
of The Season
This, the season of good cheer, is an
opportunity to thank you for kind
and liberal patronage and to wish for
you a Merry Christmas and a Happy
day. Dee. :
(.'hutches w.ll be permitted tt hold
.service-, barring attendance of chil
dren of the- aye of 14' years and un
d"i on Sunday, Dec, 22nd, and on
( h retinas Day.
In eveiy other resnect the tuie es
tab'ihsed by proclamation of Dec. T,
l!)LS, vviil remain in full' fonc and
elfect and the ban shall be extended
the way of Christmas parties of
cry kind, balls an, dances of ' public
or private character, and in every; $e
pect must ne observed strictly to the
extent that no assemblage of more
than 12 peopb will bo permitted
where gatherings are authorized' un
tier provisions of said prochmation.
II. H. Haas,
Dec. 20. l:i Mayor.
fii; ITKKS MALARIA. CHILI'S
VNI FKVESC Oil BILIOUS FE
ver, iiv killing the vara
sitk cai sim; the iever:
une strengthening tonic.
(56b' cures Headaches, Eiliouiissa,
Iaj of Appetite, foud breathe, oe
that tire! aching feeling due to nialar-
to and include all social functions in iu or colds. It removes the colds.
lMlSH to thank you for the many
favors in the year just closing,
with assurance of our appreciation
and good will.
We sincerely hope and wish that
your Christmas will be Merry, and
that the New Year will bring hap
piness and prosperity to you.
P. A. Hoch
Furniture and Undertaking
627 Good Hope Street.