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THE DAILY TRIBUNE, CAPE GIRARDEAU. MISSOURI FRIDAY MORXLVG, DECEMBER, 21, 1917.
Cocotone Skin Soap A 25c Cake Free Have you tried this famous soap for the skin, if not send the coupon be ;., ..f -.n.l trv this wonderful soap. It will cleanse the skin and I . 1 1 T -T ....... dflW::to color v.mi lresnnps so mvcn tvesirt-u oy evcijunr. Kivo it HAD PIMPLES Town Talk Tablets only medicine that cured jo r.cotone Co., rittsburg, Pa. iN ar Sirs: Vour Cocotone Skin Soap is ,.f..tiv fiehirhifui. it mases skin .-oft and velvety, re- mves oi.y appearance, and ivcs wonderful results in -iov'ng the complexion. ' v.iiy r-end me six cakes by urn for the $1.50 . ir enclosed. V'i""s truly, ?i;.s Jos. M. Johns. CUT THIS OUT COCOTONE CO, ATLANTA, GA. I have never used Cocotone Skin Soap but if you will send me a 25 cent cake free, will be pleas ed to try it. I enclose fix two cent stomps to cover cost of mail ing, packinjr, etc. Name Address A beautiful skin, either in man or woman, a skin free from pimples, blotches, blackheads, sores, patches, rod spois and the oily and greasy ap pearance common to some, is a treas urable posr-.ession. About one person in every five has an unsightly face, purely on account of the diseased con dition of the blood. told me about Town Talk Tablets an 1 I told hoi- I would try them. I got a bottle, anci the effect they had upon me was wrndeiful. Almost immedi ately th,j pimples commenced to dis appear and my skin became clearer. I continued until I had taken six bottles and I was thoroughly cured. My gen eral health, too, improved from the be RED CROSS DRIVE IN COUNTRY A SUCCESS Enthusiasm Proved By Reports From All Sections Of U.S. Mrs. Pauline Gibson of New Ro-: ginning ::rd today I am a healthy, hap- chelle, a i., says: "For yeiirs I suffered humiliation from the condition of my face which never seemed free from little boils and pimples. It looked terrible and felt worse. I tried all kinds of washes Agent Wanted. Fat Folks Learn How to Reduce Weight Your few days' treatment should show a no ticeable reduction in weight, footsteps become lighter, your work seem easier and lighter and more buoyant feeling taVrs possession of your whole being. Every j erson who suffers from su perfluous fat should give this treat- J mont a trial, there is nothing better. i and ointments with no relief. I took every se t of medicine advertised as a cure, but my face remained un sightly. . My physician said it was my blood but whatever they gave me only seemed to make it worse. Really I gave up in despair, I didn't know what to do with mj'self. One day a friend -i.n;;u Safe. Reliable Way. MILK IN WINTER. py woman, with a clear skin, free from sore or disfigurement, a proof of the far-reachir.g effects of Town Talk Tablets." This is the way they work on every one who.-e blood is impregnated with disease i- impure matter. They ab sorb all thr germs and carry them out cf the system. Try them today for any form of diseased bleed, bad com plexion n skin, and watch the mar velous action. $1.00 a bottle. Mailed by Homo Relief Laboratories, Boston, Mass. to help EVERY CASE weak, strained or inflamed eyes. ONE WASH startles with its incredible results. Pur? aluminum eye cup FREE. Finncy': Drug Store. IV,.,, who are overburdened with j (q cov,s -ive le,s rciftlCIIflDB CI1EC DADTfU ;"Ki.:u Tat. knew only too wo:Mt 4K . . JUVUD UULlJ imUH11 in winicr than they do in summer' l:ic . is'oiniort and ridi.-ulc that over -,,.: infill!" have to Dear. rY-ui can-ving around 5 or 10jt-- with graces and green noun-is of unhealthy fat you are tin- Rut vc have some to the assista-ve j Just because nature does not supply i food. ; FOR STREET TAXES of Dame Nature with B. A. Thomas' Stock Remedy which contains the very ingredients that the green feed supplies in season, only of course, in Dispute Over Improvement Of Broadway To be Renewed In Court. tractor, attempted to convince the cour.cil that the street was not what the property owners cou'd and must expect for their money. He was sup ported by the city engineer, whr ap pea'ed to the city council to protect the r'g'its of the property owners. Threats were made at the time to pro ceed against two councilmen on certain charge?, if the street were accepted. Special tax bills amounting to near ly 500 were issued by the city counc 1 to Shoib against the property owne 1 by Rabich, but the latter announced at that time that he would have th-j jccuits decide whether the contractor r, .-.sary weakening your vital oi ga;n and are carrying a burden which destroys the beauty of your figure. There s no need of anyone suffer-! ' k 1 ' , ' i - ia more highly concentrated form. Wf The wrangle caused bv the pavim want to jeduce vour weight in a sim- . 4u- -u i i ' u 1 - rrnnrintflA IVtof flirts rr.mnfwr will mol'P - . . ... c-,fo m.l roli-ihle wiv without p-""""" i of lircadwav between Lonmier am , . . , , ., pic, sate an. leiubie wa, wi.ihik bette- ,,-, , ,. i. j . could enforce payment cf these bills. i:rt or tiraoine exercise Jur c "c e iMidrile street will be renewed next.. , i .-ts.at.... det 01 tu..ome excic ..e feed. F. F.iTnnnorv lh lit .,lrt .... He announced he would prove that th .pond a, much time as you can :n the j January m the c.icuit .court aa a i.- f trcct made in conformant.., open air, loathe deeply and get from j MUn & 1 u t of the f.hng of two suits by i. J. Jf :cations an , :-ny good druggist a box of tasco; ! Soih, who die, the wer e, against H-r-. undor conditions tho ritv take or, tablet after each meal and j Qf fl $ O pQn 1 fo man Kablch anl Mrs" EllZabrt one ;f fo;v retiring at night. Olrtl lUllg 1C!U113 jtwo of. the property owners on Rroae- I . Jn h ooniitiori W-.g:i vourself one a week so ns ' f"rrf 'irnrHnnn wa wno re-' lw recognize me a.-, to know ;rst liov." fast von are le Special Dispatch to The Tribune: ST. LOUIS, MO., Dec. 17. Fifty thousand workers in the field on the opening day of the American Red Cross Christmas membership drive for 2 000,000 more members in the South west, swelled the hopes of officials at headquarters touight that this division will go "over the top" by at leant a million. Optimism was the key note of all re ports from the city as well as from th rural districts. St. Louis alone turn ed in 1000 new members, while other cities recorded additional Red Crocs leecruita by the hundred. On the basis of reports received, chairman John L. Johnston wired Nat ional Headquarters that he believed the Southwest Division would set a re cord for the rest of the country on a basis of population. A former living near Morris Okla., drove five miles this morning to en I.'st in the Red Cross Army, in addition turning in memberships for his wifo end their ten children A texas cow man reported enrolling 000 member.- In his county with more to be turned j hi. The spirit of Oklahoma was reflect ed in the following message received from Oklahoma State Heaoquarters- Piedmont, Okla., with a population of ; 450, had H00 signed up members at 7 ! o'clock this morning, will get the ha!-! ance before noon. This indicates how i things are going there. j Nothing short of 1 million will doj now for Oklahoma, I just secured the j applications of Governor Williams and Senator Owens. SAVE TIME FOR PLEASURE TOO busy to take a rest? Let the telephone light en some of your burdens. Utilize the long distance and toll line service. The time saved will give you an opporiunity for rest and recreation. Get the results the quickest way aud wite the least possible effort. Conserve time and energy. Cape Girardeau Bell Telephone Co. OH MY STOMACH s ! - i -r 5 - Ann w ino; 1 vupCVJll tL UCu I j tiion of the city council in accepting I ithe street in the condition in which it n v.ei:--M .na don't leave off the tront-' ivrni. or even skip a single dose until ' People report incredible results from iwas turned over to the city by the con you nr" down to normal. ; P'J''f Lavoptik eye wash. A girl wi'h ; tractcr. Tasco is- absolutely harmless, is j weak, strained eyes was helped by one j After many discussions, disputes pV ;-;Tnt te take. h !i)s digestion and ! Application. Her mother could not ! and wrangles on the street and in the i ' - l to con.une the excessive ! sew o rread because of eye pains. In city council, Broadway was finally ac f. tty ti. ui by increasing the oxygen-j one week her trouble was gone. A jceptcd by the city council, but Rabich. ' small bottle Lavoptik is guaranteed j one of the cchief opponents of the con- l The suit wil be t.ried in the January enn of the circuit court. Citv offic r-'. Tying p.:wer of the biood. Even a ails contend that the action of the citv council in nppnoving and accepting the work, way, an implied admission that the contractor had done his work ; s set out in the contract with the city. i.nd that the property owners could nr t successfully protest the payment ot these special tax bill. TEST VOTE IN HOUSE SHOWS j MAJORITY FOR SUFFRAGR' Washington, Dec. 18. On a tet vote today, indicating sentiment in the House toward the women suffratrei constitutional admendment.the suffra-; gists po led seven more than a two- j thirds vote. ! "I had stomach trouble so badly that nothing I ate would digest as if. should," said Sadie E. Hamilton, Port land, Me., as she began a rc.narkable story of the relief she has secured from Argo-Prosphatc, the new recon structive, stomach tonic and ?ysten purifier. "Everything that I ate would lie in my stomnh like a lump," she explain ed. "Ca.' would form and I would suffer distress all the time. I got ?o DR. H. B.SHEATA REGISTERED VETERINARY SURGEON Ottica: Milai A Caaaiafhaa Stockyards C!l Day or Night Office Phone 883 Res. Phone 1057 I could 1 ardly keep anything down. Trying Ij get relief, I had my stmi uch punriod out, but even this did not; help no z.- I continued just as bad. "I kept hearing so much about Ar-go-Phosphate that I thought maybe it might help me and I decided to try it. I Iwo taken two bottles and t) v.-.y sjrr; I am already feeling fine. I can ea: rnything and I am not t: en bled at all. "I am cmp'etely rid of my ohi .-ton ach tro'.i !.? that I h:id far three jvar. 1 have nt felt so well for years an ? J a;n certainly glad to endorsr Arg Paosphav; becau.-c I want of e. o be helpe.l by this wonderful medi cine.' "The spirit of wanting to he'n o'hers is what makes suffering men and .omen g:ve these splendid public en dorsements of Argo-rhosphato," sr.id a local druggist. ss r .'j is. y ' ... i ' 3 &:s3r at-:: f ' la. "V fi Everybody Wants ThisYear Something Practical and Useful ere is a suggestion which fits the circum stances Exactly and you cant make a mistake, no matter for whom the gift may be intended. ARRESTED, HAD NO REGISTRATION CARD Give Something ECT This Christmas. Andrew Nc!z Taken In St. Louis When lie Applied To Police For Lodging St. Louis. Mo. Dec. 18. A man who raid he was Andrew Xetz. 27 years old. cf Br.ntan, Mo. ard who ayjpliel for : ! 'dg:ng last night at tha Central Po lice .Station, was found to be without , r.n army registration card. He sa.d ; he had registered at Henton and had I last his card. He was ordered he'd for investigation. 25 We Close undays! For every member of your familyt relative or friend, there's "Some thing Electrical" (in many forms) that is bound to be just right and to please. It will be practical, useful, sensible; moreover handsome and ornamental. Nothing could be more acceptable, nothing could be more consistent. ij This Christmas has been designated Jj all over the country as America's M Electrical Christmas." We have jj anticipated this by providing the j j most complete line possible some I ; thing for every age, walk or position in life. ' Prices range either way as far as you want (or ought) to go. LUCKY NIMRODS GET 3 WILD turkeys: Cape Hunting Tarty Spent Day Near AllenviUe. Proud Of The Kill I OUR STORE IS AN ELECTRICAL' STORE. We are specialists in things electrical. Can tell you the actual (accurate) current cost on any appliance, how it should be used to get the most ser vice. All connections and mechanical parts will be in perfect running or der. This is Important Where the Gift Passes on to Another Home. Selection is easy here. Drop in for one of our "Gift Suggestion Lists" then its just a matter of checking off what you want. Missouri Public Utilities Co. 400 BROADWAY Three heavy turkeys were bagged by a Cape hunting party in the vicinity of Dutchtown and AHenvi'le yesterday They were the first wild turkeys brought home this season. Eeside;; the turkeys the hunters stopped a num ber of rabbits and some other game. In the party were John Rudert. James Miller, and Albert and George Boron. They . left early yesterday morning reach'g the woods before th morning sun rose over the horizon. The hunters say heavy snow has weakened ihe game to such an extent that it was af most possible to catch a rabbit which had taken refuge under some under brush. Harry Seitz, a clerk in Daltor.'s- Drug Store, and Roy Ryan, the local repres entative of the Studebaker Motor Ca Co. spent Sunday in the Allenville neighborhood huting quail and rabbits. They returned with half a dozen quail and enough rabbits to reed two hungry nimrods. CASTOR I A For Infuits and Children. ffiB Kind Yon Have Always Bought By mutual agreement tlie undersigned dealers will positively net keep their meat shops open on Sun days from November 1st to April 1st. of each year: A. H. Mueller & Co., Broadway A. H. Mueller and Co. Hrarlg J. F. L?wler, Indendence Street Bee Store Ccmpany, Spanish Street Meyer Brothers, Broadway Wulfers Brothers, Broadway Willian Nennihger, Haarig Bears the