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THE DAILY "TRIBUNE CAFE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI. FRIDAY MORN'IXG, DECEMBER. 21. 1017.
THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND THE CAPE COUNTY HERALD Erery Friday by.' THE CAPE GIRARDEAU PUBLISHING COMPANY JAMES P. WHITESIDE, Editor. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR IN ADVANCE SENATOR REED AS THE WATCH DOG -Senator Reed, who is chairman of the Senate Committee's inquiry into the sugar famine, a few days ago aimost broke up the meeting: when he inter preted the testimony given by Earl I). Uabst, head of Uie American Sugar Refining Company, and Mr. Hoover's hairman of the International Commit tee on sugar. Babst had denied that he and other members of the committee had fixed the price of the Cuban sugar crop. "Your comittce controls the pun-has of a'l the Cuban sugar and aM other sugars from America, France, Italy and Great Frilan. does it not?" asked Senator Reed. "Yes." replied the sugar trust man. "Then why d-esn't it fix the prices?" "We have no power to fix prices. We can only arrange a price above Vhich we will not approve purchases" was Mr. Pabst's answer. The gentleman takes the position of the man in the murder trial it !. not the bullet, but the hole in the man's bean thai caused death," interrupted the M'ss.ouri Senator. Mr. Uabst thereupon charged the Senate Committee with an attempt to ghow that his company had profited when other sugars went up to the piiice asked for Cuban sugar. We da 3g to show that Mr. Babst has benefited by the appointment he received from Mr. Hoover, but it is apparent to ail that Babst should not have been placed in this important position. It is not net e.-v-ary to put a trust iirm in charge of a commodity which his company partially controls. That haibcen the trouble with so many of M". Ho(ver's appointments' and the Senat: no doubt In -pes to reorgonize this im jtortant branch of the government. Newspapers naturally are charging Senatei R( "d is unfair in this inquire , but we can .- no danger from an investigation of this nature. President Wilson i as enthusiastically indorsed the inquiries now in progress, and if it is .-hown that the people have not bei vproperly treated by the food adminis tration, the President will promptly see that the necessary changes are made. Mr. Wilson has very justly mv.mm-nded to Congress that the prices of many commodities be place.! under ge ormentul control. It is i'iy to .-ay that Senator Reed hopes to embarrass the Preside::', by making his sugar investigation thorough. Mr. Wibon could ha'dly be expec ted to look after everything at o:;e time or to be everywhere at once. He ex pects Congress to assist him in protecting the government and thr- people. There is no hor.-e so gentle that it all 'circumstances, and there is no govcrmorqa! machine that will opoiatc perpetually and well without supervision. Thi- is. all Senator Reed is al tempting to do. He has been called "the watchdog at Washington " and the public has been convinced' that anyone keeps v'g-1 is in darer of being treed. GIVING EACH SOLDI KR A FARM Gv. Gardner'.- .-ugtre.-tion that earn .-oilier who -.oves his ,.,,niv,- :,, war be given a farm upon his return is .-a: cojiu cuir'e out. This would not oniy put the id'e lan h wcuhi insure these who right our b.it ':;:.- to come. It would take rare o" injuries v lii'e the ioni(! las - and I). hind when the broad wir.ner depart.; I' ti.e .-ugg. --u.-i :s a.!)itei by the n:a-i- by which a wife or children ouM band or father laih d to niuin. t.very man pes -e-ses a natural longing to own a farm, but few wage earn. rs aw ab'e u, nie.-t th" daily expen-e ard ; ' the san.e time ave enough n onry to pay for i fam. Tkei-efore. if cv. iy s.,h!ier coti'd he as red that he weuld ;)..-.: farm of M) acres. G;.v---iTo Gardner :ro:vi ..rmn his retuni from lvi."ope. it would lighten oie ills joy iint n returning Imoiio. Tlure.are huadr.os of mili:o:i of idle laal iu the Unite! States, an: much of it wi!i he idle one hundjed years hence if the present i. recess of hind irv 1 opent' nt continue. The back-t.-the-farm movement liar been exoloiud for yea'-s. b-:t tt':e le.-ij'i.- ;,aV' he.Ti ni'. Few have g-me t:, the farms froor ih, but tl.eie is a st-ady exodus f,":,: k -U " t1'' towns. This cor.iit'on v.ii! continue to preva'l un;e.-s thf i;i vcrni.K nt take ;i Ki and enc)uu-.ges farming by nw.king it possible f the poor to acquire land. Gov. Gaidn- .'s proposal not onlv talis a fan t of )ai ;x:e: ,f Ian i for cac;. !'': v. but also provide- enougl; ca. ":. to eor-ia'e it fi- the first vear. ' FUEL (IAS AND PUKE WIND IT the city of Cap? Cirardeau is una hie to remove the sr.ow from the side wa ks, what would it do with a light plant and wyU r works? We have v. city paik and Tii-e depart meat w hicnare standing arguments why Cape Gi.r ai.hau .-liouhl not att nipt to efficlaliv operate a larger iUU more impoi f ant institution. At :;s n: uecan at le:ist criticise thr utilities company when the water and ga- ::re bad. but we could on'y w -ar cel.i haivages and gasp if the citv were charged With the responsibility of pr-eMhi-r v a:er. light and fuei. Commission form of government is not a pan.ic -a for all ills. Those who an? advocating it in Cape Cirardeau s'le: :' want .-.omr-ihlnjr no v to pla -with. We iiave hear.! ;he wind hiow In-fore. IT PAYS TO ADYEKTISE. in Lis address on the value of adv rt isjm.:, C. W. SLd'enb-'i-ger to il thi business men that a men-hum wi: wa- pr.gre--ive ei.ough -to appreciate ad vertising m-ver failed to s.iccee!. .J.imes A. Kinder is an exce ant iiiusti i ti!i of Mr. Siillenln : ger's aigument. I!e is j.rogressive enough to realize th:;t if you want '.he poop!,, to know ;,-- I.ave sum -:ii ng to .-. ii, a 'ver tis it. Thai is why he i.- selling more music machines in one week than the two music .-toics soil in a season. Mr. Kinder is enjoying a ma;ke,l .-uecc. s. Not necessarily because he ha-: the en y instrument woith buving, hut it. cause he kr.ous there will be no demand for his machines if h? does :ioi notify the peaple that he has the;,, f r sale. It . v i.at he'is.h.ingcan be repeaie id by ary other biiiiHss man. provided iie knovs enough about the busin-.-s t t a.'.verti.-e. The rosit!ent of on? of the l.'rge t depart n'ent stove- in St. Loui.,. in making a bu.-inc.-s a.idie.-s. de. f'av.d that his store would close its doors if he did not adveitise every da v. Uig advertisers do not .-elect the b-.isy s. - ,.i to dojb'e their aueitising. Wh-a b-:.-;ii( is bad, or in months wh"n peop'e buy h-ii.-t, successful advei- ;rg men a-.M-ci'tise most. If you go out for an automobile d;ie .-.ml n;:,. the mud. you know u !u.l y;.u ne.,1 most a lift. Advcith- m- :.; th- b:;-gest pu :h in business, no matter wethrr vmi sell machines or w M . ' .. j . DOING THE WOUlv. i SKNATE OHDKRS INYEST IGATIOS:! ! U F I! Al LRO A I THAN SPOKTATIO V i WT. Nnnncy, Xotl. Ho., wriits V.a-bir.gton. Dec. K Ivesti-a-! "Your Jl. A. Thomas Hog Powder is thn l,y the Sena'e litter.-tate Comnnt-i doing :1he v.ur down in this part of ,t?e of the fnterstte Commerce Com-j the wprld. It proved to be what we, miss on's reconuueixiation.s for sua-' needed to prevent ana cure hog ;ho' :!;" ,tb" rai'!oafI transportation diffi-; era and expel worms." F. F. Uraur. .culiics v.-rs-osVrcd ttxlay bythe Senate j &. Brttf. ;;" !"' x-'';tOJ' Cumaiins of Iow;t not know that the Senate is attempt- J cr.n be driven without a bridle under) v. ho Htompts to trespass where worthy of adoption, if such a pro no-' '. of the L'r.if d Siatr into sen-ice, bat tl. s a homestead and a living in th? the unfortunates ' who would suffer .e:--e i: coniforl those dependents lcff tV.r the ft en!. Government, a provision should be g.-t lis- farm in the eventikat tb i-a .- j his hurdm in goir.g to war an I dou- j (Switzerland L, , - ' - : " ' ' ' ' " ' - &t'4 View of THERE nre villages, even within the radius of the London search lights, where the remark is not uncommonly heard: "One al most forgets the war down here, it's difficult to believe there is a war!" the speaker usually some tired work er snatching a few days' rest, but pre- some dizzy height, or in the shady vented by limits of time and money nook of some hotel or villa garden, is from a longer journey, writes Alger- j seen at every hour of the day that lion Blackwood in Country Life. symbol of a lighting world the mili- Sometimes. however, the observation j :,,y salute. The interiors of cliniquo varies. This morning, for instance, an j ltti convalescent home, of doctors' overworked woman, seeking u few i consulting rooms and private nursing days' change and rest, but a woman j quarters, are not. of course, so easie st ill sensitive enough to dream of hap-; seen, but it needs no imagination to pier days in the careless Long Ago. ; divine that they. too. are full. The mentioned her yearning for the peace ' crutches, the empty sleeves, the linip of a hefloworod valley of the Alps lVfr legs and shaded eye are every where the glacier streams gush down- . where, and few of their owners, men wards from eternal snows, where the j mid officers, but languished two years wind sighs softly through great pine j nt least iu one of the miserable Ger woods. some quiet valley brimmed with j man prison cumps that have stained crystal sunlight and, lying beneath io the name of Germany beyond all dome of stainless blue. J cleansing. "Just one week." she sighed, "one I yet, equally, there nre compensa liltle week in sight of the Kiger or j tJl,ns tmt no imagjUative mind can the Bluinlisalp! To see the stars i to note. tjH,re are striking con round the crest of the Matterhorn j (rlSts. The Red Cross flag that first again and hear the echoes of falling ' waved from a Geneva tower now water all night long in the peaceful valleys. The dawns, the sunsets, the tinkling of the cow-bells, the simple, bfppy peasants, and the children in th"? fields! If someone first would hypnotize me to forget ... !" It was a natural longing that thou sands feel today. Only the hypnotic forgotfulness would have to be very thoroughly managed. No Longer a Playground. For Switzerland, an oasis surround ed on all sides by the great belliger ents, offers no escape today from sharp reminders that Ihirope lies soaked in blood. The valleys have lost tL.-ir hint of other-worldliness, the i I i Main Street raeuntain hotels their fun and laugh ter. Winter and summer siorts both languish; there are no merry dances, the orchestras are diiinlt. and many a resort that in ponce time was unpleas antly overcrowded now experiences dit'iieulty in keeping open at all. 7n every department of her normal life Switzerland has suffered a violent, even a ruinous dislocation; and while the flow of tourist money has practi cally ceased, the co-t of mobilizing sv.-r:il divisions- and keeping them on a war footing is a irrave item in the national economy that must h met oik of diminished revenues. Owing to iln irregular supply, if not sometimes th actual hick, of fuel the country's coai is derived from Germany more ' than one industry has been in peril and more than on; factory, deprived of the necessary raw material, been shut down. Diminished income, scarc ity of labor, of coal and raw material, combined with heavily increased ex pense, have been among the great though not. perhaps, tin greatest dis abilities this little enclosed country has suffered from the war. Like One Vast Hospital. There are far sharper reminders of ihe war. however, than these general trade and economic conditions, and the lady who yearned for the peace and seclusion of her favorite haunted mountain valleys would find them at her elltw everywhere. Swiss hospi tality has become proverbial; Switz erland has opened her gates to th Mounded and disabled; the grands blesses from the prison camps of Ger many fill the streets of her towns and crowd the inns and chalets of even re mote upland villages. Khaki fr.nu every corner of the British empire. i t - - Jiit' ;Ji-T;ir,? 'ii-y W'. v-VV v.-, - a- i- - I V-atV- 1 ' 4 iPltfS I The ChHdren Fed the Little Creature, a- !'!v-t.nt. Y..-u're very sensible to be. l ' rimkrIUllMM savin - and to think of ,1,, f,re. ns t-t tmMzA KptfeilN 1 1 s:;i1 !u,f,,,v' ,,ut ,:ike a i'i,,, f 'Hh tl&iZm 1SMitTlZS!&& j H"? present. Wave a good time and Australia, New Zealand. Canada, kilts -hade of color. Germans are uhlqui from Scotland. Gurkhas from India. :"US of course, making themselves at the uniforms of Belgium and France home even in French Switzerland- WarTins& Lucerne. are met in field and forest, on moun tain paths, in rowing boats and steam ers on lite lakes, in shops and churches and cinemas of the towns. In every train and tram in khaki or (he toiIu blue, in the village cafe, nt tie Kursaal concert, half way up se-nis to stream from the summit of M mt P.hinc itself, covering the entire land with its gracious and beneficent m-. -aning. And. thanks to its protec ts n, these khaki figures ot'.eers :n:d in n. heroes all from Le '::t. ::u. Mous ai d tiie rest. ta!o their fill of the sun shine and the mountain wind, enjoying tkeiiKclves at hist, and trying to f r- j their vile captiN ii a:i:.e s:!;rs S.-- it.erh'.iid Hi. IV h. .-veil is llf: tno lb ! v V iv:iiei-;bcred, er s.iUie w.ih i;:Tii:s. -s .:. n-'htmar dream ..d i:y i iir.vd? Khhiiy, hr. ribboned and !( !: -i h'.vtails wi!h lion. -'-a iirg-itoules. and v.i.ii ir.ed oiiicers, he 'd. ch;is::ig sw:;I ;de .'lets :;!ld kill .1:.' Xe-I oi' ea:;' l of Murren. boyhood! A sle.-ve empty. first lieutenar.t. one easting a rod over a m.e.iutain stream for trout, a Hying n:;;ti behind hit.., limping badly, jiieh i 1 1 r Howers as ili'm-li lie saw thetn for tic first time ia his life! Three eth ers, with -haded eyes, or possibly with three sound eyi s among the party, climbing trees for birds' nests as th i:irli homo for the summer holidays in Kent or Surrey! Food Scarce, Prices High. j Switzerland. indeed, today is clciii.'ed beyond rceo.'tiition. 1 'rices j hiyb and food Is sea ice. Ka'.ion'ng j finis its (Hl'.iee.'f course, as elsewhere in our dislocated world. Trains are ' reduced. and railway, as also amuse- I ne'tit, tickets heavily taxed. It is good to know that many of our j own men aii'J oihecr have eonie home new from i 'bateau u'Oex. with its at- ! teaihint villages of Uougenioitt ind j it Viiiieres. from Murren in the ober- j land and other plat es. The majo.J.y ' i' these have not seen England for three years at least. - Their evacuation i : will make ntom for others to come hi j from (Jerniany, and no one can ' ie-ire grateful for this than those who-.- places in Switzerland will thus be filled. Thcr. is another aspect of life in Switzerland that is less ncces.-ible to the public, as well as less free for the journalist to write about. Though the resorts are somewhat deserted, and the villages handed over to interned soldiers chiefly, tin towns nre crowd ' i ll. and some of them are booming. Geneva. Perne, Zurich and Lausanne i u a., ,.:.ck,u wi.u strange Humanity. . ormo. i thriving; Lugano wry lusv. Kv-ry nationality r irosmitfK vrry y SifT(iA . t. v -. ct svv - x- w -r li yi xm:l .".--- i WVt.Vywtf . Va .WWV. . ..... :V.: v.V. .-.V.-. .-...-.. . , -1'A-f-. J I I DWDTCBMK mm SHARPY AND CHIPPY. "I am wondering," said Sl-.nrpy, the squirrel, "if they will remember." "What are you wondering If they will remember?" asked Chippy Chap py the chipmunk. "And who do you mean by they? You must he more clear. Sharpy. Even with the quick wits I have I cannot understand you." "Sorry," said Sharpy. "Rut I mean that I wonder if people and children v.ill remember to give us something to eat. They're having the most wonder ful dinner in there." Sharpy led Chippy Chappy up a side porch which looked in on the dining room. There sat a big family, a moth er, daddy, grandmother, and several children. They were having their Christinas dinner. Chippy Chappy squealed delightedly. "'h. food!" he said. "And so much food, too? Right in the middle of win ter. How could they ever save so much and where do you suppose they I hid it?" ' I'm not wondering about where they hid it, when now it's right out in the open at least almost in the open," said Sharpy. "We might be able to see where si :ne more is hidden," said Chippy ! Chappy. "Oh. dear; oh. dear," said Sharpy. "You're a very queer little chipmunk. I believe in saving up for bard days, but you nre always thinking of the future." "What's the future?" asked Chippy Chappy as he sat upon his hind feet and looked at Sharpy. "The future means the days ahead the days that haven't come yet, but tin.' ones we expect to come." "Then if we expect them to come," said Chippy Chappy, "i-n't it well to be pre tared for them?" "Yes, yes, yes," s.-dd Sharpy. "Rut this is a special fee.-t and we might a5. Wtn ,.joy it without thinking ail iher.d. be happy every day as the days come around." "I don't see that we're enjoying our selves so much by seeing those people in there who are eating. That is neither saving for the future nor eat ing iu the preseut, said Chippy Chap PS'. "Wait, have patience,' said Sharpy, lie ran along the Mrch and told Chip py Chappy to follow him. "Whai. are you doing this for?" asked Chippy Chappy. "We want tit make a noise so thej will notice us." said Sharpy. 'Perhaps they won't like us." said Chippy Chappy. "And some folks don't enjoy noise." "They look as if they liked it." shrieked Sharpy. "Listen to the chil dren. I don't believe they will bear us." Put when Chippy Chappy and Sharpy began to scamper over the porch and us they shrieked at each other, some- times us if they were scolding and! so.aetimes as if they were laughing. tii people in the dining room heard them. ")h." said the children, "there is a squirrel and a dear little chipmunk!" Sharpy and Chippy Chappy looked! their very best, or tried to. standing on I their hind legs and looking very sweel ; and cunning as they lu gged. Then j little mouths were moving all the time i as if they were quite ready. "We :.u.st share Christmas dinner with them, said the children. I ... .i sn.:.. f:.i .. 41... rvini i, :i:ei .aii'i.v .on ihk mum. iu'- t lili-reiice between Christmas dinner and a:.y other kind, but they did know ; that tlirs seemed to be an especially, "We hav; quantities of nuts today."! said the children. "Isn't that fine?" j wnd I can assure you that Sharpy and ; Chippy Chappy thought it was tine, ' too. i th? time ot the days 5 A.) The children fed the little creatures C;rrk c ,,,,, Girardeau Court of Com who had splendid meals and who also ; mQn joas took iir'iiy nuts home as Chippy Chap-: nlristmas." shouted the chil-1 OK ON CANCER. dreii ii! they emptied the last dish of nwl llinii.'li tin little etiMiaiimk I I and squirrel did not quite know what 4J..I.-, 4.1.' ...... - - ' 1 , meant they knew It meant tome-, thins wry a,cu. A Riddle. I lift. I raise. I help all men, Transpose two letters, and I then Dispel ail gloom, and can at least P,e called a jolly, merry feast. Afiwcr Lever, revel. CI assif ied Advertising TELEPHONE No. 2 One cent a word for onejEKTtion. Two cents for three days and three cents a word for a week. By the month ten cents for each word. Display advertisements in this column will cost double the usual rate. No advertisement accepted for less than ten cents. O. E. MABREY X U.S. MAIL :'.r CAPE to JACKSON!7 Leave Jackson 5:00 a. in. Iave Cape o:0!) a. in. Leave Jackson 1 :00 p. iu Leave Cape 3:30 n: ni Leave Jackson ti t'O p. ni. Leave Cape any time utter i p. m. j? UN DAY ONLY2 Leave Cape a. rn. Leave JMcknon 1 :(IJ p. m. Leave Cape any hour after U:tn p.m. Tbone Jackson 13 I'hone C'lpe H)2 MOTOII For sale one f ivc-horse-! power direct current nnt;r; in good j condition. Apply at The Tribune j Office i P;:iNTKi: W A N T K DVW. t-cla-s printer wanted at omc: Good pay and steady position. Tribune office. Apply at The NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION. Notice is hereby -given that letters of administration upon the estate of (U i. W. Cloth, deceased, have been granted to the undersigned by the Pi bate Court of C:.pe Girardeau j county, Missouri, bearing tno dat; of h? nineteenth day of November, lt'17. ; Ai! pc-rsons having claims against ! -:i .t estate are reouirr -i to c!nbi ! it to ir.e un..o!S!g'.e-! . v ..;.-w within ix iiiontns irom tnc uiitei,. .,, , aid M or tr.ev mav b: pre- j ( 1 fr.r.n anv benefit .-u !i e--- ; ar.d i Hi'l f ,1.1111.' oe act cx- :.:. i vitr.ne yet r iron, .he date oi ; i ; ubiicatio.. of this notice, thoy wiil ' jbe forever haired. ' EMMA GI.OTII, A.Imlnistratrix. '.Yitnes., my hi.nd and sea this JJUh ;. day of November, lt'17. (Seal) W. C. HAYS. : Clerk of the Probate Court, i , ADMINSTKA TOIi'S NOTICE. -ottce :s neroby given ti-ai utt-r o: aiiii-in-.-iration iiixn tne estate e iiiel G. DiMman. dcvea.nl, hav be a graded to 'the u-.'ier.-igned. bv the Cape Girardeau Couit of I'liinmi Ph-.-i.; of C.-.j.e Girardeau county. Mis-j b. irlng date of the 2:th dav of N"vemb?r, 1!17. All persons having claims again t . . . . .... sa ui est a-:' are reijutred to exnib.t tliem to me, the undersigned adminis tr; tor. for allowance within six months fi.-m the date of said letters or they nay be mecluded from ane : ' belief it or' such estate; an! if sail 'claims be not exhibited within ov ve.nr from the ilatc of the granting of' letters on raid estate they shall be!;;;' '' "! " '' ; CASE wea?;. forever barred. A. .1 DILL.MAN Admini.-t rator. jSl .t of M'.ssotri j Girardeau Countv oi Cape 1 h- b- erlifv that t. A. .1. D.'tm.n ' .... ;';;, was i.!':!?lte Mile, bttei-s of r,i ni.ms- I . flf , 1r , a tho date abovc i i tiinony whe.-eor. I have here-i m t't r-.t my hand and alfixed th?j seal of said Court, this 2Sth day of j November, 1017. j (Sea!- PEN VINYAKD. This new book gives a most com- prehen jive explanation of cancer and its successful treatment without the exyiience of 20 years and laboratory . research covering hundreds of cases. The book will be sent free by address- ! ing O. A. Johnson, M. D., Suite 521,; j 1. 120 Main st., Kansas City, Mo. Send j (for a copy today and learn the truth j about cancer. 204 I OR SALE You have heard about the discovery of iron ore in Wayne countv-. I have farms to sell :n that county. Address "O," rare the Trib une. 1 1-ARMS FOK SALE If yoa t. i bay tarm land in SoutbeajjL Vi souri cheap, here is your oppor tunity. The land fa filled wvth mir. eraJ and a fortune in on b':r'e: :n every tract. Address C. I!. O.. Tribute offea. LOST Will party who by mistake took :recn siik umbrella with lorg .-ilyer ;aniTe from the Missouri I'-diiic I'tilit.es office kmdiy Lile phene ilOS. Initial "M. E. V. O." engraved or. han!ic. Umbrella was a V-U and is ta-ueci for that rearei. .WANTED Kooineiv a,id llondci.- fr !') a week. I'hone 72'K Wu,h:ngl.n A-. j WANTED Young man w;tr.M to i le;:rn the prinring bu-vness. (..,'. oj.jvir' ,'iiiy for advanccieent. Ii, 'iy at this office. cfakima: NOTICE OF LET ! Ei: -Mt.ee is heu.'cy given that the a::J r.- 'gned was. vn the rtr l iay ,tf J 'iTcir.Ler. ltMT Mm, .'-it...' ,..i;.. tin per.-oiud rind real e-tale of C. Zip: a p. -non of ;ir.:-oi?r.d mind. --at a c it:i,eaie of appoi:nm.-nt granted her by the Cap- Girar- i w: t'.nt of Common Vlm r-,, roeau ( 'ounty. Misuari, bearing u.i e. ..--ii I'vr.-jas 1 y of Dccemi'cr. 1:)17. Ail g c!aihis aj'ain.-t th.. e .- ;a:' l t iri.-:!n.- A. Zaof are iv o exhibit them to the under , 'a:-!! 1'-.:r aiew::rt e v. ilhin r ii .M- tiie d;te t:f grant, ti:' tiLeate. or :iicy n ay be re Voii: an-.- b.--efir ..r ... t r : t.iat if such claims be not exhib i wi;. in one year from the date of ii:t:i:-- .-aid cert i:';i?if.. t !.-.,-. i... . u:vv.t ;.u I Afes,: i'.. --. j..-ti Guaidi.tii. !' ii Yir.yar.l. Cierk ef tlx . LiJUli Of ( c'l'.miin P! eas. Incredible Results Starlle Cape Girardeau ! Ibere has never he,-., anything h.-r.? ttlli: II:;. IVI'1'I.-Iiipi ! ... . - "'i.i icsums ot pui M,.f;niv VVO Wis ! I I-.-. i . . n. mail .1 wee. -o badly stained he could n a I i:o it pain. Tno a;t.;i-;.t:ons ' f I':ivo'''tik '"ed him. A lady in d ii ret. tir ei .;: . , loie.ei.i gias.-es tor wea,: I :a:.ie(j eyes :e I-...- ONE Lavopti vi-'i We guarantor a srrall . .i nni er in amr..! w.. eyes. i WASH sur: rise.-. Finncv' DrugS'' DMINLSTKAIOi:'S NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that letters iadmini.-d-;.f i.; upon the estate' of j Wi'li.vm De iylc deceased. Jnv- been "rar-l' ' the undersigned tfa t-: f ' .. . . .u i.-au VOUI l Of .iron,.,.. Pleas of Ca-.-e Girardeau Count" Missouri, hear in- date the 5th day of October, lt17. Aj! I-'f viag claims ag,.t 'a:" 's'a'. a !'. tn to exhibit t'lc,:1 lo llim fur allowance, within 'tX nths from the date of said let- ilc, "r Ulfv IiiaJ" e precluded from i i.i oi sucn estate; and if ;said ciaims be not exhibited within one year from the date of the Iait Publication of this notice, they shall be forever barred. OSCAR A. KNEHANS, Administrator. Vv . f. t. r a Mi.-souri, cy"'-' of Cape Girardeau ss: Willie my hand ard seal this Cth ,Ia - '' of Ociober, i:17. D- A. NICHOLS, , . Clerk, Chiles Edwards, Depu'y Clerk. ilO'i IN'Nl Four rooms, i HouIovarJ. Phone MIS. J