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During these hot days you want something that is cooling, appetizing and invigorating Will fill the bill. Its foam is like the snow and its as pure as tne dew. IDEAL is the best drink made. CAPE BREWERY AND Lh COMPANY CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO. SECOND DAY OF TOURINCOUNTY ECLIPSES FIRST Cape and Jarkson Men Find Merchants and Residents Very Enthusiastic. FRIED CHICKEN AND WATERMELON FARE Arthur Bowman, Reaching Home, Says County Is the Host In the World. most picturesque towns ia the coun ty, shortly after 11 o'clock. A great crowd had assembled in the town hall and several speeches were made. The speakers discussed good roads, and in dorsed the work of the Farm Advisor and Highway Kngineer. After the noon day feast, which the visitors described as being the best food they ever sampled, they proceed ed to Daisy. A delegation of business men and fanners met the Cape and Jackson party, and a reception follow ed. From Daisy, the delegation journey to Friedheim for a short stop, and few brief talks were made. level stretches amid constant vary ing scenes, said Mr. Hoch. "From Oak Ridge, to Daisy the scen es and pleasing conditions still pre vailed, and everything seemed design ed for the pleasure and delight of the band of happy excursionists. "After leaving Daisy we went to Friedheim, a quaint old German town. Here we were greeted with a warm welcome and among the differ ent points of interest brought to our attention was the old stone church, erected in 1842. "J. C. Schrader, the village black smith, and an old resident of the town, escorted the visitors around and made them acquanited with the peo- nle "Mr. Schrader located in r neeinoim Enthusiasm abounded in the towns visited yesterday by the joint com mittee of business men from Ope Girardeau and Jackson. The visitor swapped stories and advice for fried chicken and biscuits, hot out of the oven. Speeches were made by the Jackson and Cape business men and their hosts responded. It was an exchange of compliments, which gave assuran ces that relations between the busi ness people of all of the county would be closer in the future than they have been before. I Ten automobiles were in the expedi tion yesterday, and there was an aver age of four men to the machine. The distance covered was as great as the day before, and the crowds were just as enthusiastic. The Cape Girardeau ans returned home shortly before It o'clock last night, elated with the day's pilgrimage. David A. Glenn and A. M. Tinsley left the Cape shortly after 10 o'clock yesterday morning, overtaking the delegation at Oak Kidge, just in time to take part in a huge fried chicken dinner. After they finished the feast, they declared they did not feel like traveling further. They pronounced in 1871). and for 29 years he has work- l'he day's tour concluded at Apple-, e as a blacksmith in the shop where was "p lounu mm uiiiu). from r rieeincim tne journey wan continued to Arnsburg, often called Tacke Store. Much interest was mani fested in the old mill and the old pond in which the first German carp brought to this section of Missouri were devoloped and cared far uy Mr. the chicken the best ever, but modest. ly admitted they could not compete with Phil A. Hoch and Athur How man when it came to jetting on the outside of fried pullet. The Cape .iral'ileau ; s-enibkd at the Connm then proceeded to Jack: nicked tin several it' business men. They reached Oak Ridge, one of 'Ii Vial el'.h m, ivIiiti ;... lil!. d i :i i, and they Will. ton, where a rousing meeting held after supper. The visitors' repu tation as fried chicken fiends preceded them to Appleton, and before they reached the city, they detected the aroma of cooking flyers. This meal took on the proportions of a contest, and according to those who reached Cape Girardeau first last night, Phil A. Hoch established his claim to the championship, with Arthur Howman a close second. Hut Mr. Hoch won the decision on points. The Appleton meeting was probably the largest held. The speakers dis cussed good roads and better farming as well as the get together idea. Tnc business men of Appleton expressed themselves as being in hearty accord with the movement conceived by the Jackson and Cape men, and stated that the tours through the county would bring the residents or the vari ous communities in closer touch with nch other. Arthur Howman. whose machine Was the first to reach the Cape after the Appleton meeting, stated that there was no fried chicken like that served to the visitors at Appleton. "I never ate anything like it in till my life and I have always specialized on fried chicken. There was a watermel on at every plate and some of them were more than a yard long. They were just as good as they were large, and 1 never saw men eat like our dele gation. "Hut there can be no doubt that the tour has done much good. It has re moved the belief existing in certain localities that the business men of Cape Girardeau and Jackson worked only for themselves. Kvery town that we visited received us with enthusi asm and the residents did everything in their power to make our visit pleas ant. After niv trip 1 am convinced 'ape Girardeau county is the le-t iiliu'e in the world." Philip A. He.h u;.s so filled wi'li spring chicken that his words cloj.'cd as he described the trip. "From Jurk.-on to Oak Pidire tl.e tour was made through forest e.nvt s, sunshiny lanes, up '(( p 'inline-, over gentle undulations nn-1 ac r '; 1 road private alley by deed from James W. Jones to John W. Taylor, dated De cember 6th, 1883. And whereas, said deed oi trust wa. made to secure the payment of certain promissory notes therein described; And, wnereas, aeiaun nua wi made in the payment of said notes. And, whereas, the trustee, W. H. Miller, named in said deed of trust, is now dead; And, whereas, it is stated in said deed of trust that in case of the ab sence, death, refusal to act, or dis ability in any wise of the said trvstee, the then acting sheriff of Cape Girar deau County shall proceed to e:.ecute the trust. Now, therefore, I, the undersigned Sheriff of Cape Girardeau ounty, Missouri, at the request of the legal holder of said note, and by virtue of the Dower and authority on me con ferred by said deed of trust, will, on Monday, September 21st, 1!M4, be tween the hours of 9 o'cloc.1; in the forenoon and 5 o clock in the after And, WHEREAS, default has been ((f nine o'clock in the forenoon and made in the payment of said notes; And, WHEREAS, the trustee, L. S. Joseph, named in said deed of trust, is now dead; And, WHEREAS, it is stated in said deed of trust that in case of the five o'clock in the afternoon i thai day, at the Court House door, in the City of Jackson, County of Cape Girardeau aforesaid, sell the same, or so much thereof as may be required at public vendue, to the highest bid- said absence, death, refusal to act, or clis-1 der ability in any wise of the said trustee, the then acting sheriff of Cape Girar deau County shall proceed to execute the trust. Now, THEREFORE, I the under-! signed sheriff of Cape Girardeau J County, Missouri, at the request of j the legal holder of said notes, and by virtue of the power and authority on j me conferred by said deed of trust, will on Saturday, September 12, 1914, between the hours of 9 o'clock in the forenoon and 5 o'clock in the after- for cash in hand, to satisfy execution and costs. W. A. SUMMERS, Sheriff of Cape Girardeau Count v. Mo. NOTICE PUBLIC SALE OF REAL ESTATE. Notice is hereby given, that I, the undersigned Sheriff of Cape Girar deau County, Missouri, pursuant to Inn order of the tenuity court oi , said county, made and e ntered of I re cord on May 7th, 1911, will sell noon of that day, at the Eat door of I tne courthouse, in the city of Cape I tmftlif. vimliif In tlie hiuhest bid- noon of that day, at the east door of , , , , s , fron ,,oor ri the Court House, in the City of Cape Girar(,cau Cape Girarieau County, ir Girardeau, Cupe Girardeau County,;.,. . . . . r- ... . ' v , . .L Missouri, nroceed to sell to the nigh- Tacke. The old residence, octagon in I -' PTT" ",T ' vl' . I'" w.i.w for ensb. the above describ- CM IIHI.It'I Ul ucu, mi- OU"c . shape was also an object of curiosity to us all. "From Arnsburg to Appleton the natural scenery was even more fascin ating than that along the road al ready traversed. This hills became nore abruut. and a greater variety of trees and plants appeared, and the whole party were entranced wun tne beauty of the hills. scribed property to satisfy said note ed property to satisfy said notes and SHERIFF'S SALE UNDER DEED OF TRl'ST. Whereas, Mrs. Lucine Dugan and John H. Dugan (her husband), by a certain deed of trust, dated October 27th, 1909, and recorded in the land records of Cape Girardeau County, Missouri, in Book 7, at Page 142, conveyed to W. H. Miller, Trustee, the following described real estate in the County of Cape Girardeau, State of Missouri, to-wit: All the north half of Lot No. Fif teen (15) in Range "G" of the City of Cane Girardeau, and situated as fol lows: Beginning at the northeast cor ner of said lot No. fifteen (!&), and on the west side of Spanish street, and thence running west along the north ern boundary line or said lot No. rif teen (15), One Hundred nnd Eighty (180) feet to an alley, thence south along said alley Thirty-Seven and One-hnlf ("7 1-2) feet; thence east One Hundred and Eighty (ISP) feet to Spanish street, and thence north along the west side of Spanish street. Thirty-seven and oiv-haif (riT 1--.M feet to the place of heirlnning; and n-o nil the right, title and interest ill' i;:ii.l parties of the fir-' I ut ill an 1 Ui Two and One-hnlf ( ' 1-2i feet off j the south side ef l.ot N'o. Fourteen i (IP in Rature "G" on tin- vest side of Spanish street in said uy of ( ap" Girardeau, said Two and One-half (2 1-2) feet having been reset veil as a and interest and costs of executing this trust. WILLIAM A. SUMMERS. Sheriff. SHERIFF'S SALE UNDER DEED OF TRUST. interest and costs of executing tins trust. William A. Summers, Sheriff. WHEREAS, R. W. Matteson, Maud Matteson, Ed. Beard and Ethel K. Beard, by a certain deed of trust dat ed June 21, 1913, and recorded in the land records of Cape Girardeau Coun ty, Missouri, in Book 12 at Page 158, conveyed to L. S. Joseph, Trustee, the following described real estate in the County of Cape Girardeau, State of r' i : x . Muur., vo-w.v. I following described Real Estate, to- All vi mrb ui xjui. oia u & ..j. "B in the City of Cape uiraraeau, SHERIFF'S SALE. By virtue and authority of Gen eral Execution in case No. 0010 issued from the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court, Scott County, Missouri, returnable at the August term, 1914, of said Court, and to me directed, in favor of Rosa Robert and against Ludanus Robert I have levied upon and seire'd all the right, title, interest and claim of the said Ludanus Robert and undivided one eighth interest of, in and to the of the court house in the City of Jackson, at two o'clock in the after noon on Thursday, August 27th, 1911, the following described lands, being accreted land as surveyed by I M. Bean, County Surveyor of said county, to-wit: 4.00 acres NK'i SK4' frl.J 3.20 acres NWJi SEJifrl.; 17.(10 acres SW'H SEJ4-; K.52 acres frl.J SKJ SWJ4 all in Section 2S, Township 32 N. Range 14 East; 10.24 acres NEK NWJ and (i.tiO acres NWJ-i NWJi frl. in Section 33, Township 32 N. Range 14 East, containing in the aggregate 50.16 acres, situated' near Cape Rock, on he River front. No bids for less than 11.35 per acre and the costs of sale will be considered. W. A. SUMMERS, Sheriff of Cape Girardeau County, Missouri. 26-9t Mo., bounded as follows: Commencing on the northeast cor ner of lot six (6) ; Thence running south on Spanish street sixty-five (G5-1-3) and one Part of lot ten (10) Block eight (K) Giboney Houck's third addition to the City of Cape Girardeau, out lot 4b survey 2190, township 30, range 1 East Recorded in Hook 52 page 526. Part of lot nine (9) block 8 eiirlit.Gibonev Honck's Third Addition, 2199 township third feet to a coi ner, thence west Out Lot 4tl, survey HO. Hnlice It Fust, Recorded 111 Hook parallel with Merriwether street one hundred, eig'ity fee t ( IfiO) to an alley, thence nort'i clong said alley sixty- five undone the northei theme eas to place o' 1 And, W'U was mad t certain r cribeil; ' ! : 1 f,. t 1 r,-,. t-:i rt.t to I lot, feel l.-.l PllLC 17 j Block 'Si j Snl.iiiv imhIi . 11 :il . H ,f lot Fight is llouck's Third e.oavy : lllli'l U 1 llllllV'. KK S. said .; .' 'ire the m" r" note; I. eighty dei o ef tnit payment of therein dos- l'..ue t " i t in 1'. Ml t .Hint v I Mill. AiimM s. Part ( lit miiey to lie 1 : . t 1-'. .1 l.ot .VI :i 1 ( '. i I ;l v i:.t.' -'Ml. I luini in lie -.ml Mid l:l'e of Mi--oliri. :.tel on 1'iiil.iy the -'sili d:iy of A. IV l'.M I, between ti e l.oir I'M. f C ok 'is I 1 1 ( ii v 1 Mil. of Ci;pe IVo k .11 I III tie !', ., r.V,! ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE Notice is hereby given that Letters of Administration upon the estate of Myrtle Gafrett de-ceased, have been granted to the undersigned, by tie Cape Girardeau Court of Common Picas of Cape Girardeau 'County, Missouri, bearing the date ed the 9th day of June 1914. All persons having claims said estate are reipiin d to them to him for ullovnine months from the il.ite against exhibit it hin .f -aid letters or from any and if sail v. ;! th. ' the they 11 1 :i benefit or claims he I" pre ' I il.l.-d. -Hi'h 1 -t at ; Imt exhibited II oi;e year !'!!" the .1: f hl-t pllbliellt loll "I I hi." I...tiee, shall b- forever b..lle,l. John i; i:i:i.t. 7. It A In.iiii-t 1 "itor.