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THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY n ERA LB. TuIIUY MORNING. DTiCEMRER S. 10d.
THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND THE CAPE COUNTY HERALD E?ery Friday by THE CAPE GIRARDEAU PUBLISHING COMPANY. JAMES P. WHITESIDE, Editor. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR IN ADVANCE CAPE'S CONTEST SUIT AGAIN. The various election contest suits which are being instituted over the State, are more interesting because of the mystery involved than for the results that might be expected. A non-partisan committee is supposed to be behind each contest, but the name? of the committee are missing. There is, of course, some object in the wholesale litigation, but it hi J not been revealed as yet. The suit m Cape Girardeau County ought to be preserved, simply because it o'fers a perfect example of ingrowing intel ligence. ... . . VP fv??v. ----... . ;. Nine out of every len of the men who are charge with illegally voting in this city are familiarly known and many are prominent in business. Yet these Cape Girardcauans are held up as being a partof a conspiracy to stuff ballot boxes. And this .statement of facts is the basis for the suit. The petition in the contest suit, alleges that an effort was made to locate the Cape Girardeauar.s w ho "voted illegally"' and they could not be found. I'ur;hcrmore, it is charged that no one could bo found who had ever heard of the so-called election thugs. We think the bonehead era is now upon us. It has been said, and many believe it to lie true, that there are beings, created after the image of man whose cranium.-; are composed of onyx, cement, or slate. The fraud story in Cape Girardeau County, based upon the evidence thus far revealed, indicates that it was conceived in a mind of slate. It doesn't matter whether it is lb- Democratic or Republican party whkh fathers such a suit, a judge before whom it is called, ought to throw it out of court and condemn the comedians who toted it in. LEGAL NOTICES. VY II: THE HIGH COST OF LIVING. x fj convening of Congress, most every American naturally expects drastic action will be taken in an effort to reduce ihr high cost There can be no hope for relief, except .through the two legis- w branches of the government and trie Yci:tnt. !'he unprecedented prices that are now charged for the necessities of life the result of criminal combinations bv which great interests get control soni- mg. l.e products. To war is used merely :t: a shicid. Daring the past year there has been an increase of from fifty to more than -n.- hundred per cent for all that we eat and wear, yet the demand is no grealer than it was twelve months ago and the supply has not been materially diminished. Wf-M-'Mr:','--- T.ic r:.pid ir.fku'on " prices has not only doubled the cost of living, but it ho extend 'd even to the price of print paper. During the past eight months, ih'' paper on which new - papers are printed has advanced more than o.ic iiundred jcr cent, and this is done in the face of the fact that nearly o:-. -i:aii' it the large newspapers f Kuropc iiave been discontinued on ac of the war. Those that arc still issuing, have cut the size of the paper in twain and have eliminated more than half of their former editions. in the United .States a!! of the large dailies have been reduced in size, ate! kvndrcds have been cor.-.pelled t suspend. These facts merely show that ft!- demand for paper has been almost cut in half, but the cost has doubled. Ar. irvcsiigulion made on the part of the United Stales Govern ment and the newspaper "publi.-hers. hovs that the cost of manufacturing paper U practically what it was one year ago. and attributes the inflation i,i -.) t to a conspiracy upon the part of the producers to rob the pub- SIIERIFF'S SALE OF REAL ES TATE IN PARTITION. In the Cape Girardeau Court or Common Tleas, within ami lor the County of Cape Girardeau and State of Missouri.: Wednesday, 'the 20lh day of September, 1016, the Cth day of the July term, 1916. Emma Krieger and William Krieger, pi wntiiVs, vs. Elda Krieger, a minor, Pauline Krieger, a minor, Walter Kr gcr, a minor, Clarence Krieger, a minor, rreua Krieger, a minor, ana Charles A. Muclbach and William Schaefer, defendants. No. 4797. - Decree and order of sale. By virtue and authority of a decree for partition and order of sale made by the Cape Girardeau Court of Com mon Pleas, in and for Cape Girardeau County, Missouri, on Wednesday, the 20th day of September, 1010, the same being the 6th day of Jy'y Term, 1910. of said Court, in the above entitled cause, a certified copy of said decree and ord?r was issued from the office of the Clerk of sai i Court, dated the 20th day of September, 1016, and de livered to me, the undersigned Sheriff of Capo G'rardcau County, Missouri, ind I rill, on Thursday, the 30th Day t;f November 1916, between the hours of 9 o'clock in the forenoon and 5 o'clock in the after noon of that day, and during the ses sion of the Cape Girardeau Court of Common Pleas, at the ea-t court house door in the city of Cap:? Girardeau, Missouri. sell at public aurti'cm to the highest bidder, on the following terms, namely for cash in hand, the follow ing described real estate lying and be ing in the County of Cape Girardeau and State of Missouri, to-wit: All ef tiv south ha!" of lot -11 in vangf C. .f the city of Tape Girard-vu:, described as follows: Beginning at the S. E. corner of said lot 41 in range C, thence X. along the west line of EI- TRUSTEE'S SALE Default having- Leen made in the BANK'S FRIENDS SEND 1 VITH WIFE YET e. corner of the 9.90 acre tract thence I n. 78 degrees w. 10.20 chains to the beeinninp- enrner. ccntainrnf in all 1 i? n nwc ! payment of the principal r.ore describ Which said convevance war. made in; 0,1 in ad secured by a certain deed; of trust executed bv Fricurich Hart- man, Jr., a single person, d.iicd the; nth day of Sept. A. d., ipio, and ! Funeral of Shoe-worker Killed lis street rt)' feet to a corner, thence west parallel to Themis street 1M.50 feet to an alley, thence south with the west ii? e of said lot 11 hi range C. 56 feet to the S. W. coreo sr. id r suit.ccr.; il.'.dsin-i: ?ri li:t in bi-lsaif of all the pcoph There !"..-pap o-t of hvir.'.r, there is ample -proof to hov. that f fie people rchef uni il ( 'e .-. for Congress to act, pol. only in behalf of the l-i the matter of the than ::Snety per cent ir" r;-!'! rohbeil by the remaining few. and ten-re can be no giv.-:: discontinues it.; burlesque to the galleries and renders .! actual service for the common good. 41 in range C, 1 I ..",( feet to the be ginning corner, srdd real estate beir.g situate in the city of Ca;o Girardeau in the county of Cape Girardeau in the State of Missouri. W. A. So miner. Sheriff of Cape G'raid. au County, Tern. MAKING MI!. ISKINIwOi'F TIIE GOAT. The Stale-vide campaign to uncovrr aih-ged frauds coinini'.ted at the hvtion .;i November 7, is not without n erit, but if ti e people who are ' !iii:d it expert to make local individ ia!s the goats in every county, it will : t aieaipli.;h much. o hob! -J: V, h -.;.,: ih id if til rri-:r j-o were s going ;. f was honi .-t'y ;!.l eernty are of ti.e siiei-iff's b.'t i.e l'.iav iin.l navo heen I rauds coiViin'tieu in l. us ro;:!i :f exiD. ed. but it aimears verv!iiuch iike M bag. rl.c'-e vere f".u:d ; crmmiUed .r net. Mr. Ilrhil i f-.-ate.-'. 'i'hose w ao plai'.:od tiie fra d iiivi-.-: ig;.t:o i in i.ie.v'y i'-ing iiriakoe.;'. He will ;:ot cruv.d .Mr. Jiutson -.; ii;; -f ;.v :'n ro:te.-i -nit which has be -n iiied in his nr.rie, he has deliberate! walked into a lake of trouble. Th ( ha-ges. to begin with, art ridiculous. Among the men who are ac-r.i.-e,; of ev.st'ng iih-gr.I vyles, are many whose ricdu to vote eouhi rot honest ly !)- naestioned. There, may be sor.i-" hi the- list who did ro;em:t fraud, but a gr.at v. j o:;g has in-i-n -tlonc the honf.-t cilizena who arc ia il up as criminal.-. The petit it -n asserts hi efforts made to tiad the r.-.en 15: ted as having illegally voted, failed. Among those charged with having stuffed the ballot boxo- are men who ca't be found, on th streits of this city almc.-t any day in the week. ' 2,M(X:--:h4,:- , Th- who!e.;a!" bh:!'ers committed in this rcorty h'as destroyed any good ollVet of the ci iisade. T'ios who riginated the movement are hiding behind the f ig icture of Henry iJrinkopf. He has . igr.er the staiement. charging nu-iy men of high, character lo le elec tion ere k. . Mr. Ih icikopf must bea" th" burden of the blame while those who duped him ear.r.ot be reached. ihinko.if. no doubt, merely intended to expose frauds, if any were com inii'.ed, but he iias pi need himself in a sack and permitted someone higher up t seed both ends.-' TRUSTEE'S SALE OF REAL ESTATE. Whereas, on the 12th day of June, I'M':. J. S. l.t hr and K. A. l.ehr, hus band and wife, of the county of Put Icr, state of Kansas., by Uicii certain deed of trust duly recorded, in Hook 12, at page 124, bcir.g one ef the iand records of Cape Girardeau county con veyed 10 the undersigned trustee the following described real estate, lyine and b( ing in the county of Cape Girar deau and state of Missouri, to-wit: trust to secure the payment of a cer tain promissory note in said deed of trust described; and whereas, default has been made in the payment of said note; Now, therefore, I, the undersigned trustee, at the request of the legal holder of said note, and by virtue ef the authority in me vested by said deed of trust, will, on Tuesday, December 19, 191(5, betvyecn the hours of 9 o'clock in the forenoon and 5 o'clock in the after noon of said day, at the south 'door of the court house in the city of Jackson, Cape Girardeau county, Mis souri, -proceed to sell the above de scribed real estate at public vendue to the highest and best bidder for cash, for the purpo.-e of satisfying said iebt and the cost of executing this trust. Wash Miller, . Trustee. BIG FLORAL OFFERING recorded in the reccrderis office at Jackson, Missouri, in ti e Count v of Cape Girardeau, on Sept. II. 1910, in j book 6 :t page 224; now, therefore, public notiee is hereby given., that the imd.ersi-rr.ed ti-nsteo will. tiio ro- ouest of the leai holder and owner of !da" morEnff, was shot and killed by When Hunting to be Held Sunday. A huge floral offering was made yes terday to Charles Dank, who, Wednes- said note and. pursuant to the powers contained in rrid deed of trust, on to- v it: Ihursr.ay, Jan. 4, 191 1, between the o'clock p. m., of that day. at the east front door of the Courthouse of the HE DIDN'T SEE TRAIN KILL HER his friend, Edward Blank, while hunt ing in the s wamps near the Kock ; n Levee road. The donation in.-H ours ol o clock a. m.. and a, ., , .. uy me employes oi ine slice ractory, Mrs.Ed ward Wilson of Sharp s boro Struck While Lying on Track. where Bank had been employed. It is Cape Girardeau Court of Common ! saK1 that the sum of .40 had been col Plcas in the City of Cape Girardeau. lected for this purpose. The flowers Missouri, sed at public vendue, to the will be laid on the casket by a corn highest bidder for cash, the following ! mittee that was selected at the fac- tuated in the i tory yesterdaw noon. ' described real estate. County of Cipe Girardeau and State of Missouri, to-wit: "Al! the northeast nuaiter of the BODY IS MANGLED -BY THE LOCOMOTIVE Engineer Too Close to Woman When He Sees Her to Stop Train. Returning home from a shopping Th1 funeral will ho rn SimIn- Tlio h . t- .. , ..... " ..v...... :iour ai jiena, .urs. r.uwaru vviison, oi A. 'Ill . i a . . ' r conage win leave tr.e House at 12.-.50 ORDER OF PUBLICATION" IN TAX SUIT. State of Missouri, County of Cape Cirar leau ' In the Circuit Court of Cape Gir ardeau County, August Term. 101(5. The State of Missouri, a. The rrla tion rnd o the ine of J. 1'iaM: Caid--?lh Collector of the Revenue wiLhin and for the County of Capo Girar deau and State of Missouri, plaintiff, vs. Mary J. Baldwin, defendant. On the day of De;er.:bor. Ullo. comes the pl iintiff herein, by Ids at torney, before the undersigned, eleri; of said court ir. vacation, and f:!es his petition, stating amon.g ether thin;.rs. that the above named d 'fen-'rmt. Mary J. Baldwin, is the owner or lot 1. block 2. R-.l Star subdivisie.i. City of Caj)e Girardeau; that the ta:e for the years, 1!10, Kll. !D12 aixl Ti'.::. ;ur.ounting to the sum ef : ix dollars COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF REAL ESTATE PUBLIC SALE. Whereas, the County Court of Cape Girardeau County, Missouri, did on Wednesday, Dec. 8, l.llo. it being the "tli day the November tern; lllo of raai court, appoint Bluchr Sperl ing, : peci:d eomivelssiener for and on b ha f of sahl Coar ty of Cape Girar deau, to .-' !'. and to convey ;td trans fer by good rnd sufileient deed, the folle.wirg described real estate situate. Sharpsboro, was run over and instant ly killed by a freight train, about half way between Delta and Sharpsboro. The body was so badlv mangled that tablished fby several cards that were found on bilp ;ner DOfiy. Her Husband couWI not be It was at tin t planned to have the j fond after the accillent funeral at 2 o'clock in the afternoon, I Mrs- Wllsun ami her husband had but an earlier hour was later chosen. jbeen shoPPinS in IoIta and wi re on Bank was accidentally shot bv Ed- j the,r wa' homc- The tratk- T)cin tho ward Blank, who had come here from i shortc-st wy. they started walking St. Louis to spend the holidays with j ,Iowa the Fl"isco linp his brother. Alhert BlunV. who i tho ' The engineer said he did not se- o'clock sharp, and will move to the northwest quarter of section eighteen j St. Mary's Catholic Church, where the ( 1? ) in tow nship thirty-one Gil) north , ceremony will be held. After the bless of range fourteen (14) east, contain- ling of the corpse by Rev. Prunete, the ing Thuty-r.me and !2-100 0'.!.12) Woodmen of the World will take ; identification could onlv be acres, togoiiior witn improvements i charge of the bodv. The friends will thereon," for the purpose of said be taken to the cemetery in automo trust. William Fornkahl, Trustee. Caj.e Girardeau, Mo.. Nov. :M. l!)l(h brother-in-law of the dead youth. j the woman until it was too late. i beir.'-- in ("it. cf Cane l!l(! iai; sixty-six cent.-, is over due ami id,. Vli:reupon a suir.ov..; '..as luly i.-s' ed to the defer dant and di rected to the sheriff of Cape Girardear County, and en the 21th day of April, llMH, said sheriff made return on .-aid L'liii'iions that defend; nt could not he Girardeau, County cf Cape Girardeau. State, of Missouri, to-wit: l et No. For- I tv-eh;ht (48), range "1," in the City j part thereof sohl lo Nellie Pho'an, as per deed dated Auu'. 1. li;i". recorded in IV-od B.Mik t-, p. fii:. !escribed: Commencit1:.-: at tl.e southwest corner .f raid h-t Ne. :t range "I;" thence run ea.-l lifty ("0 feet; th.encc run bund in Cape Girardeau County: a"d i north .Pl 'j feet: theme run west fifty on lTrii dav of J-.,!v. V.U.". v.pcn th ippli-at:e.n .u eiair.tif" the court r- iereil an alias summon.- issueii. 'Sf-uen directed i: the sheriff of Bollinger County, ?.Iisr''a: i; and u;to-.i thn 7th day of August, lDl, sai l sheriff made return on s:y I alias summons that de- (."()) feet: thence run south OP- fet, to the pi;; e of beginning, and being what is know n as the "Adams" proper ty, for crsh in hand, or a: the notion of thi purchaser lifty -"0'V) per cent Blank was carrying his gun on his.unen ne n ipr sanl. the shoulder when the weapon was dis-wonran xva"s SinZ across the tracks charged, as Blank jumped over a log. and ,,id not movc xvhen the train The load was emptied into Bank's face. ! aPPrached. Whether she had fallen who was following Blank at a distance j and struck hcr hea1 on the raiI- a"'1 of only a few feet. He died three ' thcrcb" rendering herself unconscious hours jfter the shooting. Blank was ! cr whether she had collapsed from ex exonerated by the Coroner's jury. 1 austion. is left unsolved. Her mangled ' " ; body was picked up and taken oti the ! : x fi .1 , ii it hi iu oiiaipsiiiiru, w uerc sue was identified by means of several bills and cards found in her possession. i Whether the husband of the dead ; woman learned that his wife had been I night. Apparently he did not miss his Handicap of 22 Points Given xv.if" thc Iarkness an.! continued on Wnndf.ro Thnf I.rnrl Tar. iM,s A"av mniKins t.u, she woul.l to!- WONDERS TRIM THE 3 be Overcome. him. may ie pan 1 in cash, ard a School Fund Loan to the purchaser at six t Wilson and his wife recently moved ! to Sharpsboro from Poplar Bluff. He wns employed by the IPmo Box Co.. for which firm h? was cutting timber The Wonders defeated the Ideals in tune straight games iasl night on U I. T T ...1 . 1 1 -t a i i ouaiiaj i,o,..i.i,g aucjs. in me j in tho v,Vinitv of .Sharpsboro. It was first same the Ideals outplayed their jtho custom of the couole to ?o to ivl opponents. but still they were charged til every Saturday night to make th i, with the defeat because they were not i ,,:.,.h:, for b ..n-l ..c -T lendant ee-uhi rt he found in said J ( ft' I an, ) per c'n' inten for th.e bal-'ab!e to overcome the handieaj) of 22jthCy walked down the tracks to lessen eountv of Bollirger. f tlec purchase ljrice, ii)n the jthe distance home. Ad thereafter at th" A'i'rM.-'t T,r. executing to said Cape Girardeau ! points conceded the Wonders. Thi i.andicap was given the Wonders on T oil ' T I' m rvr . Tiift o. t .. r-v... r t.i -in.iij.in Ll-: i n oi JK fo otS: the Ideals. The grand average of the ; of the Circuit Court and on the I County as bond w ith approved seenr- 1.4 .1.... nC C. ,.4 ... i., .-.-I.l ,,, In,- ,!.! , 'l-irk.-a ICiir,I Ia.-I ivKri, nil i .,",v. -AA lo.-.n :in.l 1 "l ia...... i;, i".F'"" anu tne weaKesi team is giver, on per cent of the Wonder. i the application lf th- i.lairt;ff: th-fsaid realty court beinv fir.-t satisfied that proems-- wii! on "ould not be served -.ipop the said j Saiurday, nccember , 191l. rev'le.nt. it is by the court ordered tha' 'at 2 o'clock r. m., at ll-o Coi.Ttho.ise ) 1 1 acie.- e. nart of the n. the e. -,4 oi ne s. v.. '4 ami ii.i'.) acres. off tl.e south part of the n. w. ht of corner 'i 'tnd of the 11. 15 a: res, the n. w. corner of the s. e. !i of the s. e. ii and i7.-2 acres, the n rth and west part of the w. '-'t of the s. e. "i and M.0t aerts CiT the east part of the said di-fwdant h ro'.if..i by pu'iliee.- tion, that plaintiff has comnvneed a suit against her in this court. th " iect and genera! nature of the petit'-v-' filed in said suit being thc enforce ment of the lion -of the State cf V.--souri against certain rr' property owned bv sm d.:r in the C;ty of Cape Gira dean. -.aid al.ovo de. eribed ral o.ate at public sale to the highest bidder, un der the terms above mentioned. Blucher Sterling. Special Commissioner. Uehrens ... Pollock ... I ! m 1 n f r holds over thc average of thc weaker piutors tCt?" , . , iMcClintock r!ie highest individual score for the j three games was imue be Brunke and . McClintock. both Wonder.-. They were able to chalk up 50t p:ns, the rest fell behind the 500-mark, cxcejiting the 1 1." 110 17.". 177 KiO 1N7 1 ;: l.v; 142 isr, IV2 12: I7S 77 8:'.2 78! Ideals. blind in the Ideals' lineup. A. Gockel .. Nunn ard FOR SAI.E-Big bor- Poland China ?h.iats. eligible t; reeister; n : ruds. John Wcimcr. e. hi of the U all in sec- Mon 2 iu tow !i.- l;ip north, of range J.80 acres off the east e. '4 and O.PI) acres w. corner of the a. e. J of 11 east. Also side of the n. the n. w. ! j and side of the n. w 7.::o acres, the west i of the n. e. '4 of section ".'!, in township :!1 north, range 11 east, described by metes and bounds as follows: Begin at a stone corner of sections 28. 20, :'2 and "d in sidd township and range; thence n. 80 degrees e. with line between sections 28 ami 20.10 chains; thence s. 1 degree e. 0.00 chains to the n. w. corner of the O.t'O acre tract for a beginning corner; thence s. 1 degree e. 11.00 chains to a corner from which a black oak l-" in. in dia. brs. n. 28'1- degrees west K chains; thence 11. 88 degrees e. .12.02 chairs to a corner from which a maple No. 70S7 brs. w. 11 links and a dogwood 5 in. in dia. brs. n. 42 1 - degrees w. 12 chains; thence Vs degree w. o").00 chains and a post oak 12 in. brs. n. 80 degrees w. 27 links and a post oak 12 in. brs. s. 61 degrees w. links; thence n. 80 degrees e. 7.00 .7. B ddwir., fully described in :-r.hl p'ithm. fo certain taxes, interest and cost -. !. i -i npon said rrrd prcperty a . in -aid 7 tition fully set forth. And that dale: the '-ai i Mary J. Bald vin be an I ap pear at this court, at the next term hereof, to b; begun and hl lee, at th" Court House in the City of Jeckso-, in sa;d county, on the 1st day of Jan uary, next. and. op or before the sixth day of said term, answer or plead to VclI-Kno;vn Cape Drupgifrl Will the petition in said cause, the ame be Permitted I; Eat Meat After will b-" taken as cor.'", sed. :.rd judg- j mcnt will be rendered acco'dingiv. 108 l::8 ICO JC4 1 i". 117 i:.o ir.8 n;i 1 10 i;i 1 10 i:.o H. C. WASEM ABLE TO QUIT SICK BED Three Yar Tast. And it is further ordered that a copy hereof lie p'-blisiid a co:-'iin, ; t- law in the" Weekly Tribune Slate of Missouri. ) County of Cape Girardeau " - The triple victory was needed by the 'San',m:n Wonders, as they had not been able to Vogel win a game before last night's match. 1 KH"d Their average in games was six lost and none won. Thc result of last night's gamC3 ties the Ideals and! Tonight th- Ideals will u.ll again, t Wonders for first place in the bowl-1 the Royals. In these games the f; ing league. mer will be given a handicap of several ine score of the three games was 'points. ,1 I Mrs. H. C. Wasem yesterday return led from Koclv-tcr. Mir.n., where she j weiit with her husband, the well known druggist, who was operated ua- ' on by the Mavo brothers two weeks I 1 ; , ago. j Mr. Wasem is rapidly recovering his KIKOPLAN (iOOI)S A ITER TIIK WAR. United States Government officials refute the predictions that this country will be inundaied with cheap Kuropean goods as &o.wi as the war clones. Instead of having a surplus to ship to thc United States, they will be kenf busy supplying their own demands. Government reports, however, indicate there will be a reduction in the cost of v earing apparel in America after the war, because all of our fac- nt. chains to a corner from vhich a per- J.uropc great iuant:ties ot clothing and drygoods, to supply a demand which I c.jmnv,n r, n. ,-n ,ija- ms. n. 861- de cannot be met by the Kuropean factories today. The demand for recruits j grees e. 01 links; thence n. 'j degree for army service has virtually closed the factories, and in order to clothe the w. 11. OS chains to a store corner millions now at war, American clothing factories are vork;r.g as industri-! from which a post oak 14 in. in dia. ously as thc munition plants are to. supply weapon? ef slaughter. ibr.-. s. 2 links; thence s. 80 degrees When the war is over. American clothing will be bought aTmcst exclusive- w. 20.30 chains to a corner from ly at home, which leads government experts to believe that there will be a which a hickoiv 6 in. iu dia. brs. n. pronuonced reduction in the cost ofwhat we wear. Tr.e chief of the Bureau of Toreign an 1 Domestic Commerce itt Wash ington, says: tiRgI.---. ' "What are the actual conditions in Europe at present? Stocks of all kinds of goods are literally exhausted. I am informed that th.e shelves of SO degrees w. ".20 chains to a stone wholesale and retail houses are fairly stripped, that machinery of obsolete j corner from which a post oak 12 in. design is being pressed into service, that makeshifts are resorted to at every ! in dia. brs. n. 13'a degrees w. "2 turn. Machinery, rolling ftock and equipment of all kind.; have been opcrat- j links; thence s. S'j degrees w. n4.6. irg without n-pairc and without renew a' .'' : chains with the public revd to the n. I, Ben E. Masters, clerk of the Cir- 1 cult Court of Capo Girardeau County: aforesaid, hereby certify that tie! above is a true copy of the origins! health, she said, and expects to return order of publication, in the cause j home before Christinas. Dr. Mayo tlmvialn ninwl .. - . . . i - ...... ... ...v...,. ...,,.,.,,.-, .-..inie ppeais initoaml that .Mr. Wasem was suTenrg r".,.1 "e" , , ' from ulcers of the stomach. Thc ope'- Hitness my hand-as clerk, and the i " , , seal of said Court. Done at offee in i atlon AV:i" a suctess umI tho Jackson, Missouri, this 21st day of I -:l's Mr. Wasem w ill soon regain good November, 1016. . j health. Seal Ben E. Masters, Clerk. V 3 o degrees e. 27 links; thence s. degree, ".50 chains to a corner from which a black oak 24 in. in dia. brs. said letters, or they may be precluded n. C degrees w. 51 links; thence s. from any benefit of such estate; and if said claims be not exhibited within one year from the date of the publica tion of this notice, they will be for- Dr. Mayo ordered his patient to cat . J gravy and mashed potatoes ten days j NOTICE OP ADMINISTRATION .after the operation. Mr. Wasem hadj Notice is hereby given that letters ! oe!1 on a "t milk, soup and eggs of administration upon the estate of i'0i n,oie lan three years, which. Dr. Dean Ware, de.vnsed, have been grant-1 aV stated, was partially respond ed to the undersigned by the Probate jbie for his condition. Court of Cape Girardeau County, Mis- Thc eminent surgeon announced that souri, bearing date the 15th day of j Mr. Wasem would be able to eat meat November, 1016. within another week, the first he has All persons having claims against ! had In years. The druggist is now said estate are required to exhibit j able to walk about in his hotel, but he them to the undersigned for allowance w ill not be permitted to return home within six months from the date of 'for three weeks, at the end of which time, his condition is expected to be normal. Dr. Mayo operates almost daily for the same ailment from which Mr. Wasem suffers, and Mrs. Wasem was J assured that her husband's condition i ' was particularly serious. ever barred. Effie Ware, Administratrix. The Speech Courteous TELEPHONE courtesy means more than mere politeness. It means consideration for the feelings and convenience of others. This is just as important in business as in social intercourse. It is well to remember that in a telephone con versation the party to whom you are talking forms his judgment of you entirely by what you say and how you say it. Good manners and amiability never fail to make a favorable impression and greatly facilitate gocd telephone service. 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