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T11E DAILY TRIBUNE. CAVE GIRARDEAU MISSOURI, FRIDAY, JUNE 9, 1916.
7 News From The County Seat Jackson, June 7. Cracraft has gone to Hot Ark., to seek relief from w. c. .Springs, rheumatism. The Lutheran Ladies' Aid met with Mrs. Wm. Meyer, three miles west of town. The Dotica club will go on a picnic to Uurfordsville tomorrow. Miss Nina Davis, who has been vis iting friends in Jackson, today return ed to her home in Dexter. The Jolly Twelve club met at the heme of Mrs. F. II. Atkins yesterday. The Wessel! Furniture Co. is mov ing part of their stock into the up stairs of the new addition to the store building (formerly occupied by J. G. Hcinberg). Mrs. II. K. Wilson and children to day left for a visit to Mrs. Wilson's sister, Mrs. Ludd Spivcy, and other relatives in St. Louis. Mr. Wilsoi accompanied his family as far as Al len vi lie. Mrs. Ed Jenkins yesterday enter tained Guy Miltenbcrger and daughter at dinner. Miss Helen Goyert, who has ben a guest of relatives here, has returned to her home in the Cape. Her cousin, Vanita Gockel, accompanied her for a short stay. The Jackson Social club will hold a dance at the Armory hall tomorrow night. Mrs. Maltie Hast has gone to .St. Louis for a few days' visit. She wil' also go to Springfield, Mo., to visit the family of Dr. P. Lemon. Ilev. and Mrs. Carnett are entertain ing the latter's mother, Mrs. Mont gomery, of Alabama. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hoffmeistt-r of near Gordonville were in town to day. The Eastern Star chapter realize 1 ST.O-j as their part of the proceeds of last night's movie show at the Gei... The money will be send to the Ma sonic home in St. Louis. The Presbyterian ladies will haw an all-day quilting in the basement of their church Friday. The Baptist ladies will hold a moon light p'fnic on the parsonage lawn on June 15. Marriage Licenses. William L. Martin Cape Gertrude B. Fuller Cape Frank J. Schaefcr Cape Alice Simpson Herman Margrabe Hanna E. Brunke Jack Anion Parker. . . Ruth Margaret Porter Bon.i. F. Harris Sarah Layzod Gordon C. Cox Daisy W. Widdows... Louis A. Kassel Edna M. Boyce August Martin Pauline Schwach Jackson , Cape Cape , Cape Cape . .Frankfort, III. ....Walpolo. 111. Diohlstadt Sikeston Cape Cape Dutchtown Gordonville County Court (June 5.) The following subscriptions to im prove public ro;ids were presented, the court appropriating like amounts for the same purpo-e: Oak Ridge road, $175. J. H. Campbell, special overseer; MHlervillc-Daisy road, Si 4, F. M. Seabaugh. special overseer; Fannington read, $145.50, Alb. Wink ler special overseer. County Treasurer presented can celled warrants ar.tl jury script to the amou.it of $1,611.73. Approved. Warrant issued to County Treasurer for $2000 for four courthouse and jail bonds. Road overseers draw upon the funds of their respective districts as follows: Hy. Sewing, district 4, $100; Wm. Kinder, district 14, $100; Hy. Sprin ger, district 15, $60; L. H. Groscciose, district 20, $50. Accounts allowed against road and bridge fund: Firman L. Carrv.ell, cul vert core, $86.91; J. W. Cargle, bridge lumber, $145.10; Bollinger Co. Bank, gravel, $13.1)5; Dennis Scivally, for freight, SI 6: Corrugated Culvert Co., culverts, $519.73. Accounts allowed against road dis tiict fund: Austin-Western Co., part on grader for district 2, $75; McXec ly Machine Shop, work on grader for district 12, $5. Accounts allowed against County revenue fund: Dennis Scivally, salary; and expense, $123.40; Dr. G. W. Vin- yard, medical service, $1; City of Jack sen, water and light, $27.80; Kastcn Schmuke, coal, 5.63; Schneider & Hoffmann, kindling, $1.20; Grant & Graef, stationery, etc., $27.30; Missou ri State Sanatorium, care of inmates, $07.3S; Blacher Sperling, fees, inci dentals and expenses, $.27.18; Joseph Ferguson, janitor, $20; Tribune, pri mary election notice, $10.50; J. Henry Caruthers, salary, $166.66; Cash-Book, printing, $2.1.23; J. H. C. Kerstner, salary and postage, $110.33; Wm. Eu linburg, janitor, $40; Consumers' Fuel Co., coal, $11.55; Vogelsanger Hdw. Co., supplies, $1.1-0; W. A. Summers, fees, $169.80; Burroughs Adding Mch. Co., care of machine, $4; H. A. Paar. telephone system, $200.15; Peoples National Bank, interest on warrants, $93; Wessell Furniture Store, court house repairs, $3.20; Ben. E. Masters, salary, $166.GG; Ben E. Masters, court costs, $58.30; Cape Gir. Bell Telephone Co., phone rent, $14.25. Accounts allowed against pauper fund: Wessell Furniture Store, cof fin, $5. Dramshop license granted to Joseph Haas. Tiie appointment of Leon Vandivort as Deputy Recorder of Deeds is ap proved. In in the matter of District No. 1, the rcnort of viewers heretofore filed is taken up and it is ordered that notice by publication be made, and July 6 be set for hearing objections. In the matter of District No. 1, bond of Dennis Scivally as engineer, in the sum of $2000, is taken up by court and approved. A warrant on the Pauper fund was issu d to W. H. Stubblc.'icld for $25, for transportation of Augusta Jester to Marshall, Mo. Warrant for $0.21 issued to Coroner E. R. Schoen for viewing dead body of one Squier. Judges anil Sheriff draw their per diem, and court adjourned to July 12. Jackson, June Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schaefcr, who were married in St. Vincent's church at the Cape at 5 o'clock this morning, later motored to Jackson to pay a short visit to Mrs. Sehacfer's sister, Mrs. Wm. Roussell, and her niece, Mrs. John Shields. The couple were accompanied by Miss Rache! Finney and Fred Schaefer, who attended them as bridesmaid and best man at the ceremony. Mrs. Schaefer was until this morning Miss Alice Simpson. Elder Crowe of Fannington, who has been here for several days, left for his home this morning. The Evangelical Ladies' Aid society will meet with Mrs. Louise Rose on Thursday. Little Miss Catherine Summers had a birthday celebration today. There were thirteen of her little friends at her party, including her cousins, the two daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Summers, of the Cape. Mr. and Mrs. Albert RolofT yester day entertained at di::ner Rev. Karl Roth of Ohio, who is visiting here, and Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Sievers, Mrs. Louise Rose and Misses Rowcna and Lulu Rose. Today Rev. Roth and his mother were entertained by Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Kios, south of town, and this evening they were entertained at 6 o'clock dinner by Mr. and Mrs. Mar tin Wagner. Miss Vesta Slinkard, who has been attending the C;:pc Normal, passed through town toduy on her way home to Uurfordsville. Owm to the inclement weather last evening, only five members were pres ent at t!;e Young People';; Baptist Union mpetmg at the home of Miss Esther Ure.::iick", and therefore no brssincss was transacted. Mrs. Allio Astholz will entertain the Jackson Wednesday club. at her home in the Cape. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar S ummers, who have been visiting Mr. Summer:;' par ents for the past ten days, will return to their home in Hoxie, Ark., to morrow. Ciy Attorney A. M. o;rad!ing has gone to St.. Louis in the interest of the case of F. A. McGuire against the city '" Jarks in. which will be tried in iho St. Louis Court of A j peals. The uit grew out of the grading of First South street and had been derided in Mr. McGuire's favor in our Circuit Court. Judge Edward Mays of the Cape is counsel for Mr. McGuire. Herman Petzold, father of Mrs. Hal- tie Ulers, died at his hone near Poca hontas at 9 o'clock this morning. The funeral will be held at Pocahontas at 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. Jno. C. Groseclose to Ed Sutton and T. D. Hines (Sheriff's deed) a house and lot in Cape Girardeau on Good Hope street, being east hidf of east half of lots 19 and 20, range "G"; $1600. - W. S. Allen and wife to Robert Voges part of bt 69, range "H" in Cape; $1. (This transfer was made for the purpose of acquiring absolute title in the name of Rebecca Allen aiid only being subject to her husband's courtesy.) Rcbert Voges to Rebecca Allen part cf lot 63, range "H ' in Cape: $1. 'Vra. Hcisc ct al to Ceh'a Niemann all of the 13.41 acres heir.;; north west part of lot C in Survey 2l:9; $2000. Rudolph Sachse to Emma A. An drewsall of lot 18 in block 3, Jeffer son Heights Addn., Cape; $1500. W. J. Seagraves et a!, to W. J. Kir by et ah lot 8, block 3, Smeltcrville; $1C0. W. H. Wilier to Walter Wills part of northeast quarter of the southeast quarter, Section 32, twp. 33, north of range 12, containing Vt acre, more or less; $1. Walter Wills to W. H. Wriller 13.20 acres, north and west part lot 1 north west quarter; 15.10 acres, cast part of northwest quarter of southwest quar ter, and 22.30 acres, west part of the northeast quarter of southwest quar ter; all in Section 6, twp. 32, north of range lz, east oi tne utn principal mcredian; $1265.75. Claude D. Speak to Daniel Fish all of lot 2, blcck 1 of "Mattcson Ter race," Cape; $800. Cora E. Becker to Wm. Micr 28 feet on Main street in Gordonville, and the full depth of lot 5 in block 1, range "A." Gordonville; SI 150. Wm. H. Meyer to A. L. Kurre 11.99 acres, nw. part, nw. qtr. so. qt;; 30. 32 acres w. part nw. qtr. se. qtr.: 37.59 acres, w. part lot 1, nw. qtr.; 40.72 acres, c. part lot 1, nw. qfr.; 1.12 acres, w. part east half lot 2 of nw. qtr. all in Sec. 3:?, twp. 31, range 13; $5500. J. Gerhard to W. G. Gerhard all of lot 12, in block 4, Roberson S: Gale's Subdv. to Cape, being subdivision of outlot 69; $450. Theo. C. Hunter to Wm. H. Meyer all north part of nw. qtr. of no. qtr, and the ne. qtr. of no. qtr. of r.e. otr., in Section 21, twp. 32, range 14; $18')0. R. E. Richardson to Morrison Fuel & Ice Co. all lot 16 in block 1, G:b onev Houck's Addn. to Cape; SI C00. Jackson, June 5. Attorney David Hays was a Cape business visitor today. The W. C. T. U. will meet with Mrs. J. Frank Caldwell this week. Wm. Wagner Jr. and Clevc Criles went to Lutesville today on business. Claude Miller has bought a part interest in the Wessell Furniture Store. E. R. Byrd of Carrizzo Springs, Texas, is here on a visit to his par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Byrd. Prof. Grcable, teacher in the Luth eran parish school, visited homcfolks in Perryville yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Probst and Ernest Vogel of Gordonville were business visitors here today. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. August Kocchig of Route 5, yes terday. Jim Sawyer and children of Fruit land spent yesterday with the family of Mr. Sawyer's niece, Mrs. Tom Cos grove. Miss Anna Mayer, who ha ; been visiting her sister, Mrs. Fred F. Kies for several weeks, returned to her home in Joncsboro, 111., today. Jack-on today seemed very quiet, although the County Court was in ses sion and the breeders of purr -bred cattle held a meeting at the Court house. Mrs. George BeaUic Sr. and son, Cardell, returned today from a several weeks' visit to the family of Mrs. Boat tic's daughter, Mrs. Arnold Fren zel. in Chicago. Margaret Frcnzel ac companied her grandmother home for an indefinite stay. T'le local chapter of Eastern Stars will have a benefit show at the Gem theater tomorrow night. The proceeds will be donated to the Masonic Home in St. Louis. j Miss Grace Cracraft, in company with Miss Charlotte Martin of the Cape, will go to St. Louis tomorrow. After their return Miss Martin will be Miss Cracraft's guest for seve ral days. The Misses Frances Milde, Meta Meier, Emma Wilhelm, and Messrs. Chsrles Reid and Doc Criles motored to Chaffee yesterday to attend the ball game between that city and the Cape. Frank Anger of St. Louis ycr.terday returned home after a few days' visit with relatives in Jackson and vicinity. His cousin, Miss Hilda Gradon, of sev eral miles west of town, accompanied him home and may remain in the city all summer. Rrv. Karl Roth and his mother, Mrs. Karl Roth Sr., of Ohio, who arrived here Saturday for a few days' visit, are being much entertained by friends of the family. So far the families of Mrs. Frederick Kies, R. C. Kncibcrt, Fred E. Kies and Wm. Paar have en tertained them. Rev. Roth delivered two excellent sermons in the Evangeli cal church yesterday. He and his mother expect to return to their home Wednesday. Henry Ueleke and family and Mr. and Mrs. G. Rappold and family at tended the golden wedding anniversary yesterday of Mrs. Ueleke's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Karger, at the Cape. The aged couple had a quiet celebration, only a few friends and thre of their four children being pres ent. The children are Mrs. Wm. Wil ferth, of Bollinger County, who was unable to attend; Mrs. Henry Ueleke, of Jackson; Miss Emma Karger, v.ho lives at home, and Ernest Kager, of the Cape. Mr. Karger celebrated his eightieth birthday last month, and his wife io 76 years old. Jackson, June 3. Rev. Lynn Roso has returned from Orlando, Florida, v. here he attended the Presbyterian conference and spent some time sight-seeing. He will hold services tomorrow. Misses Alice Simpson and Anna Williams of the Cape arc visiting rel atives acre. John Shields returned from a short business trip io Potosi. The funeral of Mrs. C. Kastcn, who died at her home in Pocahontas last night, will be held at 10 o'clock this morning. Deceased was an aunt of .Mrs. Fred Kies of this city and Miss Anna Mayer of Jontsboro, I'd., who is at present visiting here. Gerald Daley, machinist in the rail road, shops at Alexandria, La., arrived here lor a visit to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Daley, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Weiss, who live cn the Cape road, tomorrow will have a big dinner for their many friends and relatives. About two hundred families have been invited, and the table i will be spread outdoors. The dinner will be of the old-fashioned German type. Judge Wm. Paar and family arc among the Jackson people invited. v The members of the Modern Wood men lodge will have memorial services tomorrow morning at 10:30 in the Methodist church. Rev. Jenkins will deliver a special sermon, after which the lodge members will march in a body to the cemetery to decorate the graves of deceased members. Joe Rou.;sel, who has been visiting his parents and othc rrclativcs for the past two weeks, will return to Charles ton tomorrow, where he is employed is a telegrapher. Mrs. J. R. Uowr.ian and daughters Lillian and Marguerite, visited Mrs. G. W. Wilson at Burfordsvillc today. Miss Grace Vinyard, who graduated from the music department of Steph ens' College at Columbia, will be home tomorrow, accompanied by Miss Imo- gene Vinyard, who had gone to Col umbia to attend the graduation exer cises of her sister. The two young ladies are at present visitipg their brothers in St. Louis, Dr. Paul and Dr. Robert Vinyard. Miss Grave was an accomplished pianist before going to Columbia several years ago, and no doubl now is a master of her art. Mrs. Martin Schloss is visiting with her mother, Mrs. Wm. Bingenheimer, at Uniontown, who is very sick. Prof, and Mrs. Claud Miller arc visiting at Dexter. Mr. Miller was principal of our high school last year. It is announced that he intends pur chasing an interest in a local business concern. Mrs. M. J. Hays today received word of tho death, June 2, of her sister-in-law, Mrs. W. L. Horn, of Moberly, Mo. The funeral will take place tomorrow. Mrs. Horn was weil known in Jackson and Oak Ridge, the family formerly res'ding in each place. Mr. and Mrs. Hovi were in tiie hotel business in this city a number of year's. Tom RafFcrty today purchased an elegant piano for his daughters. Sherman Haupt was a business visitor to the Cape yesterday. The breeders of pure-bred cattle in this county will meet in the Court house next Monday, at which time Prof. S. T. Simpson, a beet cattle ex pert from the Missouri College of Agriculture, will address them. Little Miss Helen Doerrics, who will spend the summer with her aunt, Mrs. UluchcT Sperling, has gone to the ('ape for a week's visit. Her mother now resides in the Cape. R"V. Karl Roth and his mother, Mrs. Karl Roth Sr., of Valley City and Mon.voville, Ohio, respectively, arriv ed here today for a few days visit with old friends and acquaintances. Rev. Roth spent several years of his child hood in Jackson, his father at that time being pastor of the Evangelical church. The congregation has extend ed an invitation to Rev. Roth to fill their pulpit tomorrow and he will preach in German at the morning serv ice and in English at night. Mr. and Mrs. I. H. Poe, J. Haiston Poe and family and Mrs. Marvin Poe and little daughter, yesterday were dinner guests of Miss Barbara Penney at her home, three miles from town, in the Williams Creek vicinity. The occasion was Miss Tenney's birthday. Wm. Schwarz today went to SU Louis to be with his son Melbert, who will undergo an operation on his foot to correct a slight lameness which was caused by infantile paralysis. Mel bert is a student in Washington Uni versity, taking a course in chemical engineering. He will soon be home for the summer vacation. R. L. Ward of Caruthersville will spend tomorrow here with his family, who are visiting Mrs. Ward's parents. Dr. and Mrs. Atkins. CITY NEWS IN BRIEF Jay Reading of Rombauer was here on business yesterday. S. N. Dormitzer, insurance agent, yesterday went to Tarma on business. J. C. Montgomery of Gideon was a business visitor in the Cape yesterday afternoon and night. J. W. Hulsebus of Poplar Bluff vis ited friends and transacted business here yesterday afternoon and night. S. J. Harris came up from Gideon yesterday on business. L. C. Corley of Charleston was bu6inoss visitor in the Care yesterday afternoon and last night. Charles H. Anderson cf Hannibal was in the city yesterday. F. E. Martin of Cairo was a Cape visitor yesterday afternoon and nirht A. E. Abbingten, N. B. Houck, J. O. Chamoers and C. W. Calvin, all of Poplar Bluff, yesterdav came up to attend the trial in Common Pleas Court of an important Poplar Bluff case, which is being tried here on a change of venue from Butler County Phil Hafncr of Benton was a busi ness visitor here yesterday. rred Kies of Jackson was in town yesterday. Mrs. Lulu E-jtes and children left for St. Louis yesterday afternoon to visit relatives for a few days before going to Colorado to visit her brother, W. A. McCu'lough. Mrs. Otto Vogt this afternoon will entertain mourners oi a ev.cnrc club at her home on Themis strict. Miss Irene Pott e::pecls to leave for Kcmiett today to visit friends. .Mrs. W. T. Wilson of South Lori- micr street yesterday returned from a visit at Parma. E. M. Hobbs, the Water street mer chant, who has been seriously ill at hi. home on South Pacific street, yestcr day was able to be at his store. Max Berger of Qulin was a visitor in the city yesterday afternoon and last night. Henry Phillips of Ironton visited with friends and transacted business in the Cape yesterday afternoon and last night. Mrs. C. E. Burton of Wharncliffc, W. Va., and Mrs. Lizzie Speakman of Sturdivant, Mo., were visitors in the Caj:e yesterda yafternoon and night. F. C. Lewis of Burroughs wa.; a business visitor here yesterday after noon. W. W. Burnhill, J. C. Siieppard and C. Y. Calvin, all of Poplar Bluff, arc in the Cape attending Common P'cas Court. W. H. Harrison, w ho ha-; not missed a Republican National Convention in the last twenty years, and John TL Himmeiberger are attending the con vention in Chicago this week. .Miss Bertha Bcsel. Mrs. Henry Wil ier, Mrs. Lon Mars and Mrs. Mollie Masek were prize winners at a card party given Tuesday by 3 Irs. L. H. Iindgraf at her home, 412 North Frederick street. Henry Steimle of Jackson was a Cape visitor yesterday. B. F. Maintz of Oak Ridge trans acted business here yesterday after noon and last night. Herman Sewing of Friedheim was in the city yesterday on business. C. E. Corbin, the Zalma tic man, was in town yesterday. Judge and Mrs. Gossoni of Caruth ersville visited friends here yesterday afternoon and last night. I. C. Walker of Cuba, Mo., wa; a business visitor here yesterday after noon and last night. Howard Steel and L'c Watters of Morehouse transacted business in the city yesterday afternoon and night. E. T. Noland came down from Fann ington on business yesterday. A. F. Hendricks of Marble Hill was a business visitor here yesterday aft ernoon and last night. J. C. Miller, F. M. Flanders and P. C. Robertson of Chaffee were visit ors in the Cape yesterday afternoon. John G. Mar, Almon ling, L. M. Henson and J. A- Gloria, all of Poplar Bluff, were business visitors in the Cape yesterday afternoon and last night. L. Edgar Jerome of Hannibal trans acted business and visited friends in the Cape yesterday afternoon and last night. Robert S. Ward and N. S. Hawkins attorneys, of Caruthersville, attended Common Pleas Court here yesterday. Smith Thompson of Vencus, Mexico, was a business visitor in the Cape yes terday afternoon and night. J. R. Wharry of Charleston visited friends here last night. W. T. Street of Fruitland wan a visitor here yesterday afternoon and last night. Tho J. O. C. society of the Presby terian church next Saturday will have an excursion on the Str. Cape Girar deau, the pocccels to be devoted to the benefit of the public library. W. H. Harrison, W. H. Stubbleficld and John H. Himmeiberger yesterday afternoon went to St. Louis on a busi ness trip. I WE INVITE ALL FARMERS to come in and see the new Stand ard Emerson Mower we are show ing. We will gladly put the ma chine oat against any other mover ever made, and we want you to come and LET US SHOW YOU the new features in which it ex cels: No neck weight or side draft and much easier to operate than other makes. No matter what you may want in our line you will always find we have THE BEST TO BE HAD Cash Hardware Phone 337 SHERMAN HAUPT 8 WHOLESALEGROCERY COMPANY ORGANIZES Henry Nussbaum Is Made Presi dent of $60,000 Institution Opens for Business Soon. The Cape City Grocery Company, which will do a wholesale business, has just been organized in this city, with Henry Nus.-diaum, president of the Farmers' & Merchants' Bank, as president. E. M. McN'abb, well known through out this part of the State, will manage the new institution, and H. J. Karakcr of Cairo, 111., will be secretary and treasurer. The company is eapitalize ! for f0, 000, fully paid. Many influential Cape Girardeau business men are among the tockholders of the company, which will open for business within a short time. The Houck building on Water street, which is soon to be vacated by the I. Ben Miller ice cream factory. will be revamped and become the home of the new enterprise. The company will carry every article in the line of groceries and kindred commodities that can be bought in St. Louis. Several car loads of stock have been purchased and are expected to reach this city within a short time. Marvin Stout, assistant postmaster, and Postmaster T. J. Judon have re turned from St. Louis, where they attended a postmasters' convention. Mrs. W. T. Wilson yesterday after noon went to Parma to visit with her daughter. Clay Walker yesterday was fined $1 '.nd trimmings by Justice Wilier on a charge of violating lid regulation?.. Father M. P. Collins yesterday came over from Jackson on business. Prof, and Mrs. C. C. Harbison of Wichita, Ka., are guests at the home of Mrs. L. G. Wilson, of North street. for the summer. A new bungalow has just been com pleted for Mtp. Sybilla Unnerstall on South Sprigg street. Mrs. Unnerstall's former home was partly destroyed by fire last winter. Mr. and Mrs. George Siemers of North Fountain street are the parents of a ten-pound baby girl, born Sun day morning. Miss Gertrude Badger left Sunday for her home at West Plains, being summoned by the serious illness of her father. Judge Edward D. Hays will go to St. Louis this afternoon to transact business in the courts there. Dr. R. P. Dalton left for St. Louis early this morning to accempany his wife home. Mrs. Dalton has recov ered from a serious nervous spell and was confined in a sanitarium in St. Louis for several weeks. They expect to be here Wednesday. Dux Miles yesterday shipped a con signment of 18 war mules to Com merce from the Cape. Alma Hoellcr, 0-ycar-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hoellcr of the Bloomfield road, yesterday was said to be seriously ill, suffering from a nervous attack. The ladies of St. Vincent's church will have a card party at the home of Mrs. F. W. Reick this afternoon. Ed Decvcrs, chief clerk at the Fris co storeroom, has resigned on account of ill health. He expects to go to St. Louis soon. GROCER CATCHES GIANT TARANTULA Banana-Spider Walks Out Creet Ben Wilier and Ed. AHers. To When Benjamin Wilier and Edward AHers, a clerk in the Wilier grocery store unpacked a bunch of bananas at the store a few days ago, a large tar antula surprised them by creeping out of the interior part of the banana stalk and for a while it was left in comolcte charge of the bunch of bananas. After the two men had recovereel from their surprise, there was a gen eral scramble for brooms and other weapons of defense, and a "prepared ness" league was formed on the spot. The tarantuia is an enormous spider and its bite is very poisonous. Fruit nien call it the banana spider. Young Wilier ami AHers procured a large glass jar and rolled it close to the tarantula and swept him inside. The spider now is on view in the store window, and will be turned over to Vrof. H. L. Roberts of the Normal School whenever he calls for it. HANNAH BRFNKE IS MARRIED. Couple Advance Date of Wedding by Eloping to Jackson Saturday. Friends of Miss Hannah Brunke and Herman Margrabe yesterday learned of their elopement to Jackson Satur day night and thereby advancing the date cf their marriage a w eek. The couple, w ho art favorably know n in this city and have a large circle of friends, had planned to be married some time this week. But the week seemed to pass to slowly for them anel they decided to go to Jackson Satur day evening, where they obtained a license and were married by Rev. Lange-hennig of the German Lutheran church. They returned to the home of the bride's parents Mr. and Mr Fred Brunke, immediately after the cere mony. Mr. Margrabe came to thi;; city about four months ago from Stoddard County, where he liveel with his par ents about five miles from Advance. He now is connected with Mr. Brunke in the contracting business and is working on the north end Of the Boule vard which is being extended. The newly-weds w ill make their home with the bride's parents for the present. 4 OVER 65 V CARS' ytf EfERENCt Trade Marks Dcstans Copyrights Lc AnTonent;in; ckerb tnd rfowcrtntlon rat Illicitly asruflaii our buinnn free wnaihr an ii'rntiofi prplMbly pnlriitMo. 'onmnitici. ttofMMi-icUye'xifeta'itUil. KMG3Q0K oPirnU mm trr. UMest rwr tor nevurmc palviita. I'nlwii tuken ISronah Muiiu K Co. f'-Xlf tfttini notut, rif hoot charge, la tbe Scientific flmtiim. A tindomlf I1lnlrale4 wwMt. Jjimest Mr. eolation of hut arivniiaa Jiwnial. Term. 3 a rvnr. inuciuuilLUI,.!. HfttVllii 30a I AT. Co.364 r swYnrfc n