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t!-rm t';" R'.-Ht. though ;Tl
When the lU .ul-Iican. tariff if
lifted Vy IVmocrauc v,.tc3 from
kj;i arid zinc thtrmiicri ami
curators in the" lead district
will discover ho wt rr: uch it cocf ?
IsktAo sustain the Democratic
Th late Republican State ad
ministration rendered faith 1 ul
and intelligent public service
and If ft a rfrerd of rrpyrosg t
cr.iciency to which the Republi
can party can point with pride
for years to come.
Z "ThiGovernor business has
been done to death," was 8
choice remark of GovernorJMa jor
in a late interview (if he was
correctly reported.) We will nott
how the vindictive Democratic
Governor does "this goyernoi
business.) Eeforejhe t?ets" dont
with the office he has been & -cidentally
thrust into the people
of Missouri may feel "done tc
Missouri Republicans nave no
"lime to waste in explaining
"why it happened." Their
chief business now is to get to
ijethorand prevent the rect r
rence of whatever happened to
J divide them. They isho ild eli
minate discredited men and
Tallj j around the standard of
gwd government, clean politics
and progressive achievements
Leaders naturally ariselwhen the
people need them.
If the Democratic legislature
take3 some of Governor Major'
suggestions seriously and enacts
measures persistently defeated
by the Democratic Senate here
tofore the charge of prejudiced
partisanship so oftenjlaid at the
-door of the Senate willj be fully
sustained. If a thing is right
and good when recommended by
a Democratic governor it is
equally right and good when
recommended by a . Republican
From the beginning of his;ad
rainistration to its close Govern
or Hadley stood squarely against
any and every practice that
jeopardised the ballots of honest
citizens. For the first time in
many years the State elections
were made absolutely free of
. .such corruption as had always
attended them, especially in the
tig cities. This achievement
Alone will make the Hadley ad
ministration glorious in the his
tory of the State,
A bill providing for compensa
tion of employes in industrial
pursuits, w hen disabled by acci
dent or otherwise in 'the per
formance of their work, and
fixing a maximum for death
-damages will be earnestly pro
moted at Jefferson City this
winter. The measure prepared
by the Workingmen's Liability
and Compensation Commission
appointed by Governor Hadley
ii along the lines proposed by
Jeading advocates of such legisla
tion, and is in no sense partisan.
The proposed law docs not apply
1 3 household cr family servants
r to firm workers, for obvious
reasons. It applies, however to
employers of both unskilled and
skilled labor, and is in harmony
with tiimilar laws in other large
industrial States. !
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!(i-ii'1i. l'i.n'O tl ti'i Uit? butt .Ted s'iilf
i;j In ri'it lionn !n ft bot oven.
Siiu' l;iin or wilh toni.'t'.i ainrt or
On iint th!fil brrrtd irninbs; roll
fine; put tat'csiuHm butter Into lry
Vn: !:'., c.lx ciu.i li.M wltU half cup Bi;K&r
Bn.I bro"i in fry liitBln. Make a pint
or more of nip! kmhm, nweptun, fa
vor Ph fresh lt-fiion, put lnytr of
ffun ar.d hiypr t:f brend rrumb Into
puililln,? iWf.h; licn th tKsh Is full
lilt imiicd butter on tlii top: bake
half hour, thpn let the podding ptt
cold und roTer with 'hlppl rream.
It Is tptlor to inah the tUy before U
!s to hp served. It it Improved by puf
t'.nK a little fruH hi Ice into the pud
ding before, bftklnff.
Drtiln.tbe Juto from a can of pine
apple (gretedl. To the fruit dd one
half pound warsh mallow 8 broken In
email plwes. one half cc.pful eugar,
one-half cupful chopped English wal
nuts. Lrt stand a while, then over
It turn one pint heavy t-weet creani
and whip all together until It be
comes a stiff froth or when dropped
from the spoon It will stand alone.
Stand on Ice until ready to prve.
One pound currants, one pound
eedlene raln!is, one pound suet, one
quarter pound candled lemon peol cut
up fine, one pound Bugar, one pound
flour, three eitgs, one teaepoonful cin
namon, one teaspoonful nutmeg, one
small turnip, one email carrot, on
uniall apple, one email potato, this
must be grated; mix with three-quarters
cup cider. Put In cloth and boll
Tuttl-Frutti Ice Cream.
Take a tablespoonful each of the fol
lowing preserved fru'.U: Raepberriee,
strawberries, currants, aprieote. green
eeges, gooseberries, plums and gin
ger. Add to these a little candled or
ange peel, cut Into tinv, thin pieces.
Sweeten a quart of crfam with one
half pound of sugar, and add to It a
cordial glass of noyau; then thor
oughly stir In the fruit and freeze.
Creatn two tablespoonfuls of butter
and four tablespoonfuls of flour to
gether, add yolks of three eggs and
two cups of milk and cook until thick
ened. Add salt, pepper and a pinch
of cayenna pepper, one-half teaspoon
ful of mustard and one can of shrimps
broken In small pieces.
Free Ladies and Gents Watches,
Rugs, Bracelets and Jewelry cl
Every Description, Lace Curtains,
House Furnishings, Rifles, Mov
ing Picture Machines, Skates,
Printing Presses, Fountain Pens,
in fact nearly everything you can
think of you can get Absolutely
Free for selling our Beautiful
Fancy Drawn and Satin Striped
Handkerchiefs at 1.0c. each.
They sell rapidly, 6 can Renerally
be sold in every house. Don't
send us any money, but write us
to send you a lot of Handker
chiefs to sell, that when sold
you will send us the money and
get the premium selected. Sell
ing 2i handkerchiefs ' entitles
you to your choice of an Elegant
Watch, 3 Gold Laid Rings. Lace
Curtains. Etc, Write us to-day,
we trust you and take back the
goods if you car not sell them.
Notice is hereby given that
letters testamentary upon the
estate of Calvin B. Galusha, de
ceased, have been granted to the
undersigned by the Cape Girar
deau Court of Common Pleas of
Cape Girardeau County, Mis
souri, bearing date the 11th day
of December, 1912.
All persons having claims
against said estate are repuired
to exhibit them to us for allow
ance within six (G) months from
the date of said letters or they
may be precluded from any bene
fit of such estate, and if said
claims be not exhibited within
one year from the date of the
last insertion of the publication
of this notice, they will ba for
W. T. P.OLSTON.
BENJ. F. DAVIS,
:-t;i-, i' el
AVi creditor a;:. I t : ( l
vit"i in ti e e. t:it'. of
d- cca.-d. are notifn d that ).!!
ur i ;,i,".tM:(, adi-iinislri'UT of
said o;-:ttc. jntetulu to iiiak a
r. r, n ! settlement of sn id estate at
the next term of the Cape Girar
deau Court ofj Common Rioas, to
be holden at the Common IMens
Court House in the City of Cape
Girardeau, County of Cape Gir
arder.u.JlStstc of Jdu-souri, on
Monday, the 24th day of Febru
ary, A. I.)., 1913, it being the
first day of the February Term,
A. D.. 1!13. of Paid Court.
Father Adam didn't do much
toward inventiniabor - savin'
tools and reapin' machines, but
the rib he furnished us has been
a mighty useful and handy gift.
The other day I heard a fellow
who hasn't had a hair cut for
twenty years shift hi3 cud of
hillsidenavy to the other jaw,
spit in a dogs eye 20 feet away
and then say, "I am agin' this
idea of wimmin' votin. They
ain't intelligent enuf fur things
What kind of an example are
you setting for your boys? Do
you swear around before them
like a pirate; smoke, chew and
drink whiskey and like as not
speak disrespectfully to their
mother? If you do these things
don't be surprised if some day
they willjfollow in your footsteps
and bring shame and sorrow to
your gray hairs.
If some stranger was to come
to your neighbors and point over
to. your house and ask "What
kind of a fellow is Smith?"--wouid
they say he's a good hus
band and father and a successful
farmer and progressive citizen
or would they make a noise like
an oyster for a minute or two
and then ask sort of mild like,
"Do you think it's goin' to
( I heard of a Dutchman the
other day who has put in his
spare time during the last four
I or five winters hauling manure
from town to his farm while
his neighbors were whittling dry
goods boxes and talking politics.
When he started in his land was
worth $35 per acre. A few
weeks ago he refused $70. In
the meantime, he has built him
a good house and barn. It's a
way the Dutch have but
anybody else can do the same
thing if he want3 to.
There are a lot of men in this
Country trying to lick old John
Barley Corn but you can't do it
boys. He'll make you take the
count as certain as fate if .you
keep on going up against him. j
I don't blame some women for'
getting a divorce. 'Their hus
bands come 1iome with their
breath smelling like a distillery
and their teeth stuck full of hill
side navy that "got spoiled in
the shock." They expect them to
work like a slave from morning
until night in the kitchen, milk
the cows, cut stove wood, slop
the pigs and take care of the
children and mend and sew the,ir
clothes and then when the poor
woman wants a new calico dress
they set tip a howl that makes all
the hound pupa in the neighbor
hood turn green with envy.
When Thomas A. Edison first
told them that he wa3 going to
invent a machine that would
talk, a lot of people thought that
he had gone "bug house" at last
but ha did it just the same.
That's what most people think of
men who are not content with
things as they arewho burn
the midnight oil and ponder and
think in order that they may
not in-: or j'inal s
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FINAL KTTU;Mr,NT NOTICE
Notice i horeby f'iven to all
creditors and others inieres-Ud
i in the estate of
! Wm. Miller
Idtveasvd, that I.tfc imd-v.-igned,
intend to make f.nnl ttlemeiit
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the- nrxt ti rni i f ih l'i' !;ate
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