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THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY, 11, 1916.
BROADWAYSWALLOP THE R. J. R. BOWLERS COUNCIL NAMES i SPECIAL OFFICER 6 Something Different for Pancakes Handicap Opponents then Swamp Them Two Games Out Of Three. Just try Velva the good, old-fashioned NewOrleans Molasses on pancakes, muffins and waffles. No thing is more delicious, more wholesome and satis tying than t-:i M 4 Pure New Orleans Molasses Let the children eat plenty of Velva. It's good for them and good for you. No ques tionable barrel molasses ever comes to you as carefully guarded as Velva. Try a tin today. PENICK & FORD, Ltd. New Orleans, La., Memphis, Term., New York TRUSTEE'S SALE. Whereas, W. H. Bruening and ? -)hia Bruening, his wife, of the Count of Cape Girardeau and State of Mis souri, by a certain deed of trust dated, September 17th, 1914, and recorded September 23rd, 1914, in Book 1". sr page f47, of the land records of sevd county, conveyed in trust to the un dersigned trustee, the following des cribed real estate, lying in the city and county of Cape Girardeau and state of Missouri, to-wit: All of the one-seventh interest in that portion of lot No. twenty-three (20) in Range "E" as laid down of said City of Cape Girardeau, begin at a point forty-five (45) feet east ot the north west corner of said lot No. 23 in Range "E" aforesaid and rurning east along Bellevue street forty-five M) feet; thence south one hundred twelve (112) feet, thence west forty-five (15) feet; thence north one hundred twelve (112) feet to the place of beginning. (Said instrument being executed subject, to to Mrs. Magdalena ttruen ing's widow's dower.) And whereas, said conveyance was made in trust deed to secure the pay ment of raid promisory ivjte, dated Sept. 17th, 1914, and made payable one day after date for th? sum of 191.00 with .interest at the rate of S per cent compound interest if the in terest be not paid semi-ar.nu.'t'ly. And whereas, default has be?n ivade in the payment of said tn!, and in terest. Now, therefore J, the undersigned -trustee, by virtue of the power and authority in me vested by said deed of trust, will on Monday the 28th day of February, A. D 1916, at the front door of the court house, in the City of Cape Girardeau and County of Cape Girardeau, and State of Missouri, between the hours of nine o'clock in the forenoon and five o'clock in the afternoon of that day, sell the above described real estate at public vendue to the highest bidder for cash in hand, to satisfy said note and deed of trust, together with the interest and expenses of executing said deed of trust. ALBERT KEMPE, Trustee. NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION. Indianapolis, Feb. 9. Indianapolis has a unique club. Wives of real es tate dealers have . organized and are taking an active interest in civic affairs. Notice is hereby given that letters of administration upon the estate of James Brooks, deceased, have been granted to the undersigned by the Probate Court of Cape Girardeau County, Missouri, bearing date the 27, day of December, 1915. All persons having claims against said estate are required to exhibit them to the undersigned for allow sr.ee within six months from the date of said letters, or they may be pre cluded from any benefit of such estate; and if said claims be not exhibited within one year from the date of the publication of this notice, they will be forever barred. CHARLES L. BROOKS. Administrator. NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT. Notice is hereby given to all credit ors and others, interested in the estate of Thomas Farrell, deceased, that I, James Pringle, administrator of said estate intend to make final settlement thereof at the next term. of the Cape Girardeau Court of Common Pleas of Cape Girardeau County, State of Mis souri, to be held at Cape Girardeau on the 2S day of February, 191 C. JAMES PRINGLE. FINAL SETTLEMENT NOTICE. Notice is hereby given to all credit ors and ethers interested in the estate of Laura Allmon, deceased that I, the undersigned, intend to make final set tlement of the estate of said deceased at the next term of the Probate Court of Cape Girardeau County, Missouri, to be held at Jackson, Missouri, begin ning on the 14 day of February, 1916. A. E. POINSETT, Administrttor. NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT. Notice is hereby given to all credit ors and others, interested in the esSate of Henry Seehausen deceased, that I, Emelia Seehausen, administratrix of said estate intend to make final settle ment thcrof at the next term the Cape Giraideau Court of Common Pleas of Cape Girardeau County, State of Mis souri, to be held at Cape Girardeau on the 21 day of December, 15. EMELIA SEEHAUSEN, Administratrix. With a handicap cf six pins per game in their favor the members of the Broadway bowling team last night trimmed the R. J. R's. two games out of three and in the initial game, the team rolled one of the highest team scores that has been made this year in the Cape. Henry Kimmich and Louis Wittmor had a little contest to themselves as to which should be high man of the evening and Wittmor rolled a score of 212 in the last game, taking the hon ors of the evening by three pins from Kimmich. Wittmor's score was 539 aud Kimmich's 53C. L. L. Tuck of the R. J. R's. was a rival third with 514 and Clarence Pott of the Broad ways went over the 500 mark with 505. A large crowd watched the series and the detailed score was as follows: BROADWAYS 1st. 2nd. 3rd. Totals H. Kimmich ... 179 189 3G8 536 A. Brunke 191 127 130 44 S J. Sandman 159 130 147 436 E. Foster 175 172 147 494 C. Pott 161 1S1 1C0 505 Totals 865 S02 752 2419 Handicap 6 C 6 Grand Total? .. 871 808 75S . J. R's. 1st. 2nd. 3rd. Totals Morgan 160 17 130 465 Murphy ..141 124 139 404 L. L. Tuck 143 2C1 367 514 L. Wittmor 18G 141 212 539 P. Osterioh 170 152 135 455 Totals 800 790 783 2379 TIPS SCALES AT 585 POUNDS W. T. Brinson of Waycrcsc, Ga., Is Ambitious to Become "Big gest Congressman." Savannah. Ga., Feb. 9 W. T. Brin son of Waycross has made formal an nouncement of his candidacy for con gressman from the Eleventh district. Brinson already hold. the distinction of being the biggest man in the United States and the largest Elk in the world. Brinson weighs 5S5 pounds in his .stocking feet, and complains dismaPy that he is being worn to a shadow by overwork. He has weighed ;s high as Coo pounds. It took him 15 yesrs to lo?e the 15 pounds, lie will moke his canvass in a hiiggy built specially for him. it is more on t ho li;:s of an army wagon than a pleasure vehicle. A great I'ereheron draws it. Brinson is a turpentine operator. . $2 PAID FOR TEXAS CRUDE OIL Bids at That Figure Have Resulted in Closing Some Contracts at Wichita Falis. Wichita Falls, Tex., Feb. 8. Bids of as high as $2 a barrel are being made for crude oil here and some cont racts were reported closed at that figure. NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION. Notice is hereby given that letters cf administration upon the estate oi William Nicnstedt, deceased, have been granted to the undersigned by the Probate Court of Cape Girardeau County, Missouri, bearing date the 15 day of December, 1915. All persons having claims against said estate are required to exhibit them to the undersigned for allow ance within six months from the date of said letters, or they may be pre cluded from any benefit of such estate; and if said claims be not exhibited within one year from the date of the publication of this notice, they will be forever barred. E. J. NIENSTEDT, Administrator. FINAL SETTLEMENT NOTICE. Notice is hereby given to all credit ors and ethers interested in the estate of Frank M. Cox, deceased, that I, the undersigned, intend to make final set tlement of the estate of sairJ deceased at the next term of the Probate Court of Cape Girardeau County, Missouri, to be held at Jackson, Missouri, begin ning on the 14 day of February, 1916. MARY R. COX. Administratrix. NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT. Notice is hereby given to all credit ors and others, interested in the estate of Peter H. Hook deceased, that I, Emil Teichmann, administrator of said estate intend to make final settlement thereof at the next term of the Cape Girardeau Court of Common Pleas cf Cape Girardeau County, State of Mis souri, to be held at Cape Girardeau on the 21 day of December. 1915. EMIL TEICHMANN, Administrator. Martin Hilpert, Trinity Hall Supt. To Serve Other Peti tions Heard. Superintendent Martin Hilpert of Trinity Hall, last night, was made a Special Policeman without salary from the City uy the Mayor and Council on the petition of nearly a score cf the members of the congregation of the German Lutheran Church, which owns the Trinity Hall on Pacific street at the head of Themis street. -The appointment was made to em power him to maintain order about the premises of the hall, where he acts as watchman. , Those who signed the petition were: C. W. Desselmann, George Popp, Theo dore Ochs, C. W. Stehr, G. W. Sehack, T C. Snunn V T Vnfrfd A V Erandes, Arthur Kempe, E. G. Rudert, Al Kempe, Henry Lamprich, F. W. Niermann, R. W. Haunt, August Wild er, Robert Vogelsang, G. H. Gross and L. II. Landgraf. Several other petitions were received and read before the City Council last night. Business men in the vicinity cf Broadway and Water street, peti tioned to have a set of "White Way lights similar to those on Slain ar.d Broadway established at tho.se corners. The petition was signed by twenty-five men and was referred to the Water and Light Committee for a report at the next meeting of the Council. Councilman Black entered a petition 1'or the City to reimburse him $21.64 for railroad fare he paid out about a year ago in making trips in connection vith the City's complaint before the Missouri Public Service ' Commission against the local Public Utilities Com pany.' Black made two trips to Jefferson City to appear before the Commission and one trip to Columbia, Mo., to call tipen an export water analyst. The LiiU was allowed and a warrant order ed. Council also ordered all the war ranis for City bills and salaries is sued. A petition presented by John Kr.ig if the T. J. 51033 Tie Co., to have an tei:i of 80 cents taxes against that concern stricken out, was referred to the Propositions and Grievances Coin r.itie?. The tax had been assessed against SI 60 worth of ties, which King declared had Yscn moved outside 'he city limits: j A letter from the Retail Merchants' Association a.ki.'g the City to repair j the woo.l block pavement was referred to the Street and Wharf Committee. SEVERE QUAKE IN PANAMA No Damage Done to Canal, but the Administration Building Is Cracked. ranama, Feb. 9. An earthquake shook the canal zone, the shock being the most severe recorded by the of ficial cannl seismograph. On a scale of which 10 is the highest, this shock turned the seismograph needle to a point between seven and eight. On this scale the most severe shock reg istered heretofore left a record of be tween six and seven. The quake did no damage to the canal, but it opened several large cracks in the walls of the administra tion building lere, which is on "made" ground. Wins $17,425; Sued for Same Amount. Chicago, Feb. 9. Ada M. Cox. who obtained a judgment for $17,425 for breach of promise in a suit against William Rufus Edwards, .a St. Paul (Minn.) lumberman, has been sued for that sum by Mrs Samuel E. Brown. The latter charges Miss Cox with alienating the affections of her husband. JUDGE KELLYPRESENTS PETITION TO COUNCIL Circuit Judge Frank Kelly and At torney Edward L. Drum last night ap peared before the City Council to speak in behalf of a petition that was filed Jay residents on Pacific and Ellis streets in the West End who complain ed of sewer water backing up into the basements of their homes, because the sanitary sewers were blocked by dirt and gravel allowed to enter the sewer openings in the street. The petitioners aslced that the street or surface water be kept from flowing into the sanitary sewers in their vicin ity because the rubbish clogs the pipes and when the water backs into the basements of homes in that neighbor hood, it creates a hardship that would be eradicatetl if the street water were not directed into the sewer pipes. The petition was signed by Theo dore Ochs, Judge Kelly, Charles H. Gelvcn and Mrs. Ella W. Rodney. The Council ordered City Engineer Chris Stiver together with the mem bers of the Street and Wharf Commit tee, William H. Medley, Charles Arm gardt and Walter D. Black, to investi gate and ascertain if a remedy may be applied. Are You Giving Your Best To Your Work? Can you do your best if your mind is dulled by auto-intoxication? Is it any wonder that you get "too tired to think" if all the while your blood is bathing every nerve, every brain cell, every muscle fibre with the fermented poisons and wastes of con stipation? The only way to keep your body rid of decaying waste matter permanent ly is by bringing about natural, regu lar action of the intestines. Laxatives, purges, and cathartics bring temporary relief but they bring also an inevitable reaction which leaves the machinery of evacuation weaker and more dependent upon the repeti tion of the stimulation. Nujol9 a tasteless, colorless mineral oil, is the natural treatment for con stipation. It acts by lubricating, not irritating. Physicians everywhere are discard ing the use of violent purges in favor of the mineral oil treatment which has the endorsement of the highest medical authorities. Write for booklet, "The Rational Treatment of Con stipation." If your druggist doesn't keep NujoI,.we will send a pint bottle prepaid to any point in the United States on receipt of 75c, money order or stamps. STANDARD OIL COMPANY (New Jersey) Bayonne New Jersey CRAWFORD JURY HUNG. Stand Eight for Acquittal, Four for Conviction in Robbery Trial. The jury before whom Herman Crawford was tried in the Circuit Court at Jackson on a charge of bur glary, yesterday was dismissed by Judge Kelly after they were unab!e to unable to reach a verdict. The jurors were dismissed at 10:S0 o'clock in the morning after they had received the case about 4:30 o'clock Wednesday afternoon and spent the night locked up under the sheriff's care. The vote in the jury room stood eight for acquittal and four for con viction. Crawford, is a negro v. ho was charged in warrants with the robbery of the Will Hirsch store in Haarig several weeks ago almost si multaneous with the robbery of the Wasem drug store. Clothing valued at several hundred dollars was taken from the store, entrance having been effected through a window that was pried open. Several witnesses were taken from the City Jail in the Cape to testify at the trial and during the course of the trial. Attorney R. H. Whitelaw, coun sel for the negro, placed the defendant upon the witness stand. He made a denial of the charge against him. J. Henry Caruthers declared he will ask a new trial. TWO SUITS IN" COMMON PLEAS. Two new suits were filed in the Common Pleas Court yesterday on next to the last day before the close of the filing date before the February torm of court. Cases will be received tomorrow. The W. C. Hager Iron Company yes terday filed a suit against the R. P. Fe'.dhcff, Cape Foundry & Machine Shop, seeking to recover S140."4 al leged to be due on a bill. The suit w?as filed by Judge Edward D. Hays. The Union Lumber and Manufactur ing Company also filed a suit against J F. Fuerth seeking to recover -$313.65 en a bill alleged to be due. This suit was filed by Caruthers and Barks. n KAISER'S SON WOUNDED. Prosecuting Attorney J. Henry Ca ru.th.ers, yesterday spent the day in Jackson, attending the session of the County Court. Berlin, Feb. 7. It was officially an nul need here today that Prince Oscar tf Prussia ,the Kaiser's fifth son, had b'cn slightly wounded in the head and in the upper part of one thigh by shell LDiir.ters. Prince Oscar's wounds were received on the battlefields in the eastern theater of war. He was rot .'(riously wounded, the official an nouncement says, but he will be com plied to remain in doors for several weeks. 3-teiY-TfSiVT Will cure Rheumatism, Neu ralgia, Headaches, Cramps, Colic Sprains, Bruises, Cuts, Burns, Old Sores,- Tet:er, RingAVorm, Ec-t zema, etc. Antiseptic Anodyne, used internally or externally. 25s Malaria or Ghills & Fever Prescription No. 668 ia prepared especially for MALARIA or CHILLS A. FEVER. Five or nx dotes will break any case, and if taken then aa a tonic the Fever will not return. It act on the liver better than Calomel asd doe not gripe or sideo. 25?