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THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD, FRIDAY MORNING. JANUARY 11, 191$.
0 t 1 I f ii I I I n I a I I THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND THE CAPE Erery Friday by THE CAPE GIRARDEAU PUBLISHING COMPANY JAMES P. WHITESIDE, Editor. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR IN ADVANCE EDITORIAL BUILDING UP THE C. G. X. Governmental supervision of the railroads will no doubt prove beneficial to Cape Girardeau. Secretary Mc Adoo, who is now operating the railways, has announced that the government It co.s a. a matter of coarse that been ruined by unfair competition. The Cape Girardeau Xor.hern R.'iiwac is an excellent 'feeder' to both the Frisco and the Missouri Pacific. It will facilinte shipments over these two major railroads when it has been revamped As the government intends to beneft the whole railway system, using the large earnings of .some of the roads to build up tho.-e that are in need of re pair, the Cape Girardeau Northern may The Government could not and would , nt condition. It cannot permit this Property to collapse because it would j return th?' wiU rcskle 5,1 lhe hanilsom : , ivn to th e-ha. V d s. It must, therefore, put this areat j apartments which the groom has fitted i ailrcad in condition. fr "j hride near his place of business, j And by improving the C. G. N. thegovernment will remlcr service to the!on Wcst Dtadway. f th'- section of Missouri. Itis not a matter of competing with thej , Filn. hut of rend ring sorvh-o, which is the paramount aim of Secretary Me ; spouse to signing the food card pled Y,(M, " j ges is frm Wairhingpn. The house' Whei the Caw Girardeau Northern has been improved, the people of this j wives t!V- "ilIinK lo knit- an" thc' saV j city will find a direct outlet to points that we tan only reach nowthrough j tilc-v "t'tua'ly save food but they ; i ; it l( i j 1 1 v u inn J- n iiivm vmi -vif" profitable for the road. , asnmt;ion nas sunereu nom com ; Tho governmraf.s scheme of makingtho strong railroads assist the weaker j mi a.1'ich f '''-" 'there are a feu- of imcs. is the only direct route to railroad perfection. And f government own ! thcm in ho v-',',ti announced that lie or-hip is made permanent. Uncle Sam will want to have them all in good con j wi!I 'Xl-V for coaI for iv'y who c,u!'in' .iitlen when ht takes -horn over. ;-'u' '" A thousand or more people j availed themselves o." the offer in; TniMren i wap urio ft went v four hours. The local coal of Lord lihoiwla, tho British fool eo-it i:rv of tobacco duiing the period of the war. has done just what they didn't expect him to do. Lord ilhondda say to put the lid on the weed would bo a national mi.-fortun. Lord Tihondda declares that eveiy a rmy that lias been successful fought with tobacco as a shro partner. Li the war of 1S70, between the French and the Ge-rcnans, the Girmnns used their wih1 while their opponent did not. Binnark attributed the German victor f partially to the fact that the Teutonic forces had pipes and the necessaiy filling. In this particular conflict, all sohh'ers are supplied with tobacco ami light wines and boor. Over in France, where Uncle Sam's boys are fighting, they are getting wine and beer. Not I ong ago when a party of prohibition ist.s appeair-d to the French government to deprive the soldiers of stimulants, tho War Department issued an official edict, declaring stimulants to be as m-cessary after the battle as guns were during the fight. Therefore, the sol diers aiv going to gnt their beverages and keep their pipes. Russia is the only nation that ha- been engaged in the present great war that fought as a teetotaler. It went dry after the war had been in progress more than a year. It is still dry, Iv.U t hero are not many American prohibi tionists dry enough to want to live in Bus-da. But without violating any con fi'vuces, wouldn't it w interesting to know what people who neither smoke mr drink, do ? So long as food dictators do not proclaim a rabbitless da will manage to get by someway. Arthur Brisbane, the noted Washing ai res v.h "are giving their services to o brick to Wall Street where they a!! of tho members of the Council of Nat DAMMING THE RIVER AT GRAY S POINT. The -prompt action taken by President Harrison of Club to induce Congress to Wate a power dam at GiayV Point is highly gratifying. President Wilson has asked Congre s to take definite action Ui develop the nation's water power, and reports from Washington indicate that the House will immediat.'iy comply with the President's request. Every river city will naturally want to bo selected as a site for tho gov e.rnnu nt nam. hut it will bo located at a point whore nature has deposited the most permanent anvantags. The mo-t noted onjriners ip the Uni ted States, af'vr long and thorough in -4-tigatiti;, pronounced Gray's Point t he most logical site for tho construe t.-n of a gr at artificial waterfall. At this point the Mississippi is exceed ingiy narrow and passes between bank s of rock as solid as Grbra'far. No i.ther place along this great water t-ervs. is the opinion of engineers, and the report oT these official mvestiga lions are now in tho records of ('ongres.-. Therefore, Crpe Girardeau has reason to optismi.-tically believe th.at tlie greatest engineering project in the Fr.ited States will he locator: only six miles from the havt of thi- city. An effort to capitalize the onornuras energy of the Mississippi has been made by members of Congress in years ja.-t, but never before has a President of the United State.- appealed to th legislative branch of th govern i nt for action in this, direction. What a dam at Gray's Point would do for Cape Girardeau i incalculable L would make this city six miles longer before it eouhl lie computed and it 'would bring factories here from the fo ur ends of the Nation. Cape Giranh au mad-- a bid for the government armor plate plant last J.ar, but oar efforts failed because, another city had superior advantages. B't if Congress provides for the constniction of a dam across the Mississippi Cape Girardeau will occupy tlie sam position that Charleston. W. Ya.. d'd ii the contest for the armor facto rv. News From The By E. M. Jones There is nothing more interesting in war time than human beings. Their attitude toward radicallv changed co:i 1 ili on. keeps the character students V t: h. iii.'.-K-cr.i pati-o,Msjn ai!jcaies in great num!er, have coir. to slacker mullagruos littinguishel in ev j light. cry locality. But for the most part! The human lieiiig of Washington humanity looks upon war with derma ! ny as a "job" a task to perform, a duty j parent !y there is a cheerful aciuie to mct and humanity tackles thelcence in everything that pertains to proposition. Every German citizen! the war program. Washngton "goes vas chased out r-f Washington during '.over the top" in the ; ales of liberty December, ami in the caasmg there , wn-c found many old residents who! htd accumulated property and wealth in the Capital City. The head waller i at one of the most prominent betels was one who had to go. He had run nvvnv frm Germany (v eety two ye.n COUNTY HERALD will not permit any line to deterioate. h,. will build up "railroads thtt haveichurch the bri',al nuty won.t to tho expect to be benefitted. not ooe.ate this railroad in its n:os This railroad uenct rates a most nromisinir d:s,uon i,KO ino loou I),e""e- lou a'K u loin uau, i i n t nt iui n ni'uiu in i iiavir roller, who was asked to prohibit the j Missom ians ton editor, says all of those million the government for $1 a year should came from." He must refer to some h-r.nl Defense. ' Gomnvrriai coin so offers .-ueh n.t ur: an van National Capital iago in order to escape Military ser vice: and be came to Washington and ban as mny f nerds as any man in the icily. B it he had neve coo nnaturali:: jed and so he had. to go. Similiar: evidence a uciuliar state of mind. An M bonds, war stamps and outAvard disjbeen a great deal of reluctance in ad i plays of loyalty to the Government. In j milling that he is "a big man." But! tliese things Washington has scored j that has always been settled finally, way ahead of aay other citv in counjin favor of .Mr. McAdoo. He's a whop try. But- The other part of the toi-y is told in the compkint of tha j ...d .dmini. tration thai the 01101. -.-l VULFERS WEDDING . A rKLll i mm Popular Young Couple Wtre Married At St. Marys Church. The wedding of Anton Wulfers and ; Miss Opal Toon, was salentnized at St. j Mary's Cathoiic Church yesterday morning, was one of the most elabor I ate social functions of the season In the ' circles of the young members of thej parish. Many relatives and friends! attended the nuptial mass celebrated j by Rev. Father E. Pruentc. j Folllowing the functions at the ! home of the parents of the bridegroom, i where a big reception wa held. It was ; the second weddinig in the Wutfers j family within six months. The young couple departed yesler i day afternoon for northern points to i IM"n(l lhcir honeymoon. After their. liv 'Ami I nn-ivpr T rirm't L'nrtW nr t . j t t p ii i ficcs have had waiting lines of custom "r. who have had to carry home a bus hoi of coa! at a time. There is little eo:v.p'.;i;nt. But! The Fuel Adminis nation says that the coal dealers of Washingon have not furnished themi cooperation. And i:' yen tsk me why,: again I shall have to answer, I don't 'mow. The telephone company, suddenly find-; it business doubled, an it puts n new exelianues. takes now buildings :ili! J.KC; ip hundreds of thousands of I u.ars v- ortii ei exoense in nicetinir . the situation. Dees anyone commend , he -on:i)uny V On the contrary the malic pour- eut its wrath upm the- ti l ; lionrs and teU-phono companies, and amuses itself in criticising the srvieo. 1 The telephone company appeal to the rnmini.-'trativo authorities for iaereas .i rates. And the r.ovspapers jnd the nid.dic fai'iy roar their pio:e--. Ti:o ".as co'iipany finds that e.viyoiie' -.arts biiroing nas for fuel, si.ite there .'n't eoal enough: .Mid t!'e jdant strug gles to keep up with the d(mand- made ;;i'n it. It gees ti th:- administration' with an appeal for help, and says it I i u.-t have i'-.errased latcs :?:d appa'r J 'itly proves it.-, case. But! Does the! :ui'ulic ::greo'.' It loes not. In fact' Lin! public fairly snails eveiy time any ! uugest ion is made in behalf of a pub 1 i i.c service corporations ot tny kind. There are t. n thousand of addition I ,,"u' "aa l-"u,u ' .' clerks doing war duty in the various j 'M at Jack.-on, Missouri, beginning fl ivei'm rnt departments. Tiio mhlont!ie 1 1 day of February. 1 PIS. for adventuie, expei ience, and more! L. M. WILKINSON p ;y. But! Some of them haven't Administratoi truth is that the.-e poeple canie heiej Witness my hand and seal his 4th 'aitod to got their first pay check be j day of January. lOhs. 'ore joining the agitation for increased ; (Seal) W. C. HAYS laries. They are apparently all wiii : to o'o heir "patriotic duty" at the -ge.-t salaries, tiiev can a'l.-ivtel from Uncle Sam: and ovctv moth'r's on a?-d daughter of them took a " ay off" dining a part of tho holiday season. Let us not forget the "Dollar a year men" the rich mop. who are "pat :iotica'ly" serving the Government on the above salary basis. After exempt ing Mr. Hoover and' a few other real e. neral's from the list, it is saf to .-ay that Arthur BrM.aiv editor, was a 'most ri:rht v. the-gnat n he print . c in his pa;-e:s a f v days :i"e: "Tl: ! (u!d a.: bo si :it !;::;; to Wa 1 ..'ii.;.! ifu'nan beings are indeed intei est ' i.v:. I have attempted to tell about ai 'i a i f them in the above. These Wash j ington iiiirjs of beliavior should be j (known to the country. It is my bu.-i jmss to help spread the tiuth. And so, while I am writing a sort of 1 ," instead of a mere! "letter back home newspaper stoiy. and a few more peeps under the cover may be enter taining. The trouble with us writers hero in Washington is that we give so much attention to "news", and that be ing our work we grow to accent the standards that exist as commonjon the 11 dav of Februarv. 11H8 piat and uninteresting. So $ will aw away with my Mother Grunuv epistle At tho top ef the headlines this week onies .Mi McAdoo. You mav have! seen McAdoo, as lie has been chasing i about a gool deal of late. .McAdoo j has been a long time adjusting himself", in Washingt m. There has f.vidldentlv ' per; a tall., skinny fellow, with a big ' bead' and lots in it; and fists ready to: (.Continued on page 4.) LEGAL PROBATE COURT DOCKET Capo Girardeau County, Missouri. Probate Court, February 11. 1Q18. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1018." Bierschwal, J. C. Gdn. Charles Bierschwal, Minor. Butler, Wm. I)., Gdn. Wm. L. Butler, Minor. Black, Chas. M., (kin. Oiive Black Mir. or. Blumenberg, Maty F., Gtiti. Emil Aivin lilunienberg, Minor. Brakebusch, Henry, Admr., C. C. Smith, Deed. Blattner, Chas., Admr., Louisa Ristig, Deed. Barker. James M., Gdn. Chas. A. Nora L. and Ida Barker, Minois. Blattner, Chas., Admr. Henry Heider, Deed. Crites, Addie, Gdn. Mary and Mollie Crites Critos Myrtle, Gdn. Clarence N. Crites, Minor. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 12. 1J1N. Clippard, Leon. Gdn. Christina Haa-e. Insane. Dickman. Mary, Gun. Ida .and Lydia Dickman Minors. Drum Thos, D.. Tiustee Mary Drum. Cripple. Daume. C. F. V. Aministrator Herman Daume Deceased. Enge'hait, Josejih C. Gln. Hilda Margaret Pickl, Minors. Flentge, Theo.. P. C, Gdn. Clara C. I ientge, Minor. Grossheider, Ily.. Gln., Gustav Gros hciIer, Minor. Hinck, Geo., Executor, Fredeiick Hinck, Deceaser. Houck, J.H. and Inc. V. Davis Adm;;., Richard A. Davis, Deed. Jones' J. E. Gdn. Hector Minors. WEDNESAY. FEBRUARY VI 1918. Jaeger. Clias. B., Admr. John Clippard. Deed. Kanfmann; Otto and Albert, Exrs. George Kaufmann. Deed. Keller, Maria, Administratrix Fritz Keller, Deed. Kinder Kr.bt. !'.. Gdn. Lorenzo and Andrew F. Kinder, Minors. , Medley. J. S. Gdn. Mab:l Smith Minor. Medley J. S.. Gdn. I)ol!ie Hickon. Mi: d Fry. Minor. Medley, J. S.. Gdn. Myrtle M. ond Error. ' ' Medley. J. S. and ". C. G.Ins. Joseph F. and Addie Medlev, Insam:. .Miller. Oli'I'Ic. Gdn. Edward Louise .Mi !!.:. Minor. McGv.ire, !'. A.. Trustee A be it H. M Gi'ir'". THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 14. 1!'1S. Macke. Hy. W.. Executor Henry P. Ahr-n.-, Deed. Meier, Fred U.and Caroline Mci-r, Evecutors H. A. Meier. Deed. Morton. Guy. G:",:n. n-. ?i-!ton, Minor. ."( urn. vei . A. I'., Admr., Hy. C. Neur.: -yer, l h cd. Ohei-heido, F. V. Gdn. Anna Macke I.ar.e. Ob.-rheide F. W. Gdn. G. Obermar.n. Insane. Ob- noil'er. L na. Adnix. Kugono Obrmiller, Deed, ilee;-. Mary I... Gdn. Stewart Piath-v, M r.er. nobl--. .1. A. R bt. E.. D FiMDAY. FEBRUARY lo. -Ols. i'au. .!. A. Jacob Ran, Sr. D.-c-.i. S!-v"!.-on. Ju'i.i-, (Ulc. Robt. J. Stov.-n o;i. Ir.sar.o. Schlv-el. Wm. Gdn. John G. Sehleg.-l.Jin-::-. : '.!::' A. G!v. Arthur ('. and Alt K inner. Miroiv :' :' ; !:;:. V.'.v. '!.. Gdn. O .ar K. .):-.- i.rA r-jd,- Ph. ; Ei'. Iii:i. Sci 'd:; :;nd ii-a ,k.-,rd. Minors. '- ' : i. Gdn. Thos. A. Ka:ie. Gdn. .Matti Yerniel B.'i Si. K::r. Mali' Sella: v. V.. Gd- r.ic-Tc Clipaard, .Minor. . A! :. C..-Aimr Albert Yas ;eriing. Deed. Hy. G ! i. Ij.-nry F. Walman Mirer. ! :i: ;u:, Wi:;. r, .Martin II WiikWwo:,. L. :. Wesseil. v.-in. 1! Gdn. Wm. Ulr'-. h. Tnano. Admr. R. 1'. 'k:-:u.Jct. Exr.. Henry WesseU. L ed. '- ii -: Gi ovo iieir.. i f. w;: D - ierhaidt F. v.- i. Mom's. 1".. Gdn FINAL SETTI.i:IKNT NOTICE Notice is hereby given to al! credit rs and others interested in the estate II. P. WII.KERSON lecta.-c-d. that I. the undei..i'ned ii. .end to make final settlement of th- state of said deceased at the next i, . , .iOIItl Ol I le I ron:ito Court of Cape : : . -it . Clerk of the Probate Court. FINAL SETTLEMENT NOTICE Notice is he'-eby given to all crodi ors aval others intere.-t.nl in the estate G EORGE KAU F.MAN N deceased, that 1. the undersigned, in tend to make 'final settlement of th" e.-tato of said deceased at tbo next term of the Probate Court of Capo Girardeau County. Missouri, to be held at Jackson, Missouri, beginning 'on the II day of February, 101S. j Otto Kaufmann and Albert Kaufmann Executoi Witness my hand and day of January, 101S. eal his 1th: (Seal) W. C. HAYS . Clerk of tho Probate Court, FINAL SETTLEMENT NOTICE Notice i hereby given to all ci'edi eis and others interested in tho estate HENRY P. AHRENS deceased, that I, tho undesigned in ; lend to make final settlement of the j estate of said deceased at the next term of the Probate Court of Capo! Girardeau County. Missouri, to b"' hold at Jackson, Missouri, beginning i I HY. W. MACKE Executor Witness my hand and seal his 4th j 'day of January. 11)18. i (Seal) W. C. HAYS ,tond to make final settlement of the Clerk of the Probate Court.! e.-tate of 'said deceased at the next . 'term of the Probate Court of Cane FINAL SETTLEMENT NOTICE Notice is hereby given to all crodi ors and others interested in the estate FRITZ KELLER neceased, that I, tin' undei-igm d in J lend to make final settlement of the-! estate of said deceased at the next term of the Probate Court of Cape! Cirai iieau fount , .Mi sunn. NOTICES :-'!e Kovnol-is, Decii. Minor: iv!e Mi.ior. 'iel i. Minor. fer. Deed. c d. -.:-!i. Minor. Clerk W. ( . HAYS. ef tir- Pmbate Court hid at Jackson. Missouri. In-ginning ' " i the 11 diry of Febiuary. BUS. ; MARIA KELLER . i Administi tatrix ; Witne.-s my hand and sea! his -1th j day of January. TSeal) W. C. HAYS Clerk of the Probate Court?; i FINAL SETTLEMENT NOTICE Notice is hereby given lo all creni s and others interested in the estate ALBERT W. YASTERLING n ceasel, tnat 1, the unnei-signed in tend to make final settlement of the estate of said deceased at the next - term o' mo rronate i oi;ix ot Cape Girardeau Countv. Missouri, to bo : held at Jackson. Missouri, beginning; m the 11 day of Febuuiry. 1P1S. ! ALEX C. YASTERLING ! Administrator ! Witness my hand and seal his 4th j day of January, 1018. ! (Seal) W. C. HAYS j Clerk of the Probate Court.) FINAL SETTLEMENT NOTICE Notice is hereby given to all cfcdi os and others interested in the estate) of C. C. SMITH ii-ceased, that I, the under-igned in I -tend to make final settlement of the jo. - tate of said deceased at the next term of the Probate Court of Cape jGiraiiieau County. Missouri, t bo! j held at Jackson. Missouri. In-ginning; j"ii the 1 1 day of Febmary. 19t. ' HENRY BRAKEBUSCH Administrator i Witness my hand and seal his 4th day of January. RMS. (Seal) W. C. HAYS Clerk of the Proibatc Court. FINAL SETTLEMENT NOTICE j Notice is hereby given to all crodi i ors and others interested in the estate ; LOUISA RISTIG deceased, that I, the undesigned Girardeau County. Missouri, to heione year from the date of publication ardeau. Missouii. for four weeks suc held at Jac-kson, Missouri, beginning! of this notice, tin y will be forever i cessively. tho last insertion to be at on the 1 1 lay of February, 1!)18. CHARLES BLATTNER Public Administrator! Witness my hand and seal his 4th' day of January. 101S. (Seal) W. C. HAYS Clerk f the Probate Court. Classified Advertising TELEPHONE No. 2 One cent a wod for one insertion. 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 tea cents. I FOR SALE My nine-room brick MOTOR For sale one five-horse-I house, corner Broadway and Span-j power direct current m:tor; in good ish streets; has b-.th, hot water, fur- j nLtfon. Apply at The Tribune ' nacc heat and all modern conven-j Oif.c. j Wouhl trad-; for cheaper houses or. i terms to suit. Apply' F. A. Kage. 114 i Broadway. ! WANTED Nurse girl for small boy I two weeks. :.22 South Ellis. "AK.M WANTED Responsible pary: wants to buy a stock farm within ' live milts of Cape Girardeau. Mu.-t . be- on a public road and have water and a.ture land. Give descrip-j t 'mi of farm, r.uml'er of :.crcs. nrice . wanted and state when possession tan be given. Address K. II. Tiw Tribune. FOR SALE You have he ird' about ! the discovery of iron ore n Waynr j county. 1 have farms f sl in tna' county. Address "O." care the Tr b une. STOCKHOI.Di:::.-. M FETING T'-o annual meeting of th' stock !!o:dei e! ;!.e Cape Bre-.vt y and !;" par. y will b- li.'l ! a' t!:- effici of the co'-'pany on Middh: street, in the City of Cap.? Giiardiaa. M .. en Mon day th" I 1th day of January. ;:' ! o'clock a. m. for t ho purj- se of cl :c- ting five directors for the nsuin ... term and for the transaction of any and a!! other business which may be orought befere the meeting. MAN J. KOECK. President ARTHUR A. YOG EL, Secivtar Nt)TICE OF ADMINISTRATION Notice is hen by given that letters admiai ;t ration upon tho rotate of; ; U. A. N::rthdurft i as:-l htve been . ; 'i anted f the tmders'givd bv the! I 'rebate Court f Cape Girard'-au I county, M:-ssouii. l-.ea;;ng date the 1 loth dav of Januarv. RUs All persons having duhiis against j a!v . r '!-!iIV,! 1,1 cxhibit ! i:iem to tlie uncle. - :;el for anow-i nice witliin . ;x mu::ths fre-iii the !ate j ,r u, Jitters or i saw letters or ttiev r.iav oe rive 1" - I J'.ide.I from an benefit ( f such cs- t(.' , .-a:d cia;n:s b.: not exhib- , w:t!i'n o'te ver r In. oi tr.e date . jef the puldioati n o' this notice, they! will be forever burred. Minnie I.. Xoi thdurft Administratrix FINAL SETTLEMENT NOTICE ; Notice is hereby given to ail crodi J is and others intere-ted in the estate j of MARIE SCHAEFER : I deceased, that T. the iindot. -iened in'"0 " I lend to make final settlement of the I estate of said decea.-d at tin next I'.orm of the Prol ate Court of Cap-' Girardeau County. Missouri, to be held at Jackson. " Missouri, beginning on the 11 dav of i'ebiuarx. If.' IS. WM. B. SCHAEFER Witness my hand and seal hi. 4th j day of January. 1 MS. i (Seal) W. C. HAYS i Clerk .' the Probate Court.! NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION Notice I?, hereby given that letters j !' administration upon the estate of i F. M. Davis deceased, by the Probate' Court of Cape Girardeau County, Mis-j souri. bearing date the 12 day of De-; comber 1P17. AH persons having claims againt said estate are reouirtd to exhibit them tto the undersigned for allowance with in I in six months from the date of said letters, or they may in: preclude.! - from any Iciutit or sreh estate; and 'if --aid claims !. not exhibited within ; Dai ied. Ben.i. R. Davis Administrator Witness my hand and seal thi- 1'Jlh i day of December, lt'17 i W. C. Hays Clerk r.f !'ie Pieb.-ile Court. M-ABMI: Raise Rabbits i-,r nron:. " v Zealand R. d.- hr:ng best mar k t p'ico-. St e Garrett Glenn, 413 .K .' forson Av-. j FARMS FOR SA!.lr yoa want t. , bjy tarm land in Soutcpau M:t- sauri cheap, here is your oppor tariry. The land is fdled with min eral acd a f.-rtur.e in or buried in every tract. Address C. IL O., Tfcr Tribune oSlce. ' j I-OST l1"1'- who b' mistake t-.ok vietn siik umbrella with long silver lano'o from the Missouri P-ihlie Uti' it.es office k:mtiy iele jiiione Initial, "M. E. V. O." engraved on hand'e. Umbrella w3 a j.'i'i and is value I for that reason ; GUARDIAN'S NOTICE. 01 FETTER N 'tiee is hereby givi n that the- trader.-igned was. im the 'ird day of D. e ::ber. 1'JIT. appointed guardian of the personal ti:;d real eitate of ('. A V.i.Ui, a person of ur.cotmd mind, and ; hat a certif'cato of appeir.tnient was grantf.l ii' r by the Cape Girar- . drau Court of Common Pkw-. Cai.e Girardeau Count v. Mis.-oun. bearing j 1 ' ' ate. ::rd day f December. 1P17. A ! prison.- having claims against the is tate -' :aid tine A. Zapf are r- ' 1 to cxl'lbi: them lo the undcr si.'n.d gua! aian f-r al'owanee within ; o:r- year after " date of granting a, ii ce: tifieat. , or they may be pre cluded fiO'Vt a:i I;, ."..-lit of said estate, 'and thai ' f s 1 claims be net exhib- 1 In one ear f:oni the date of .ranting said c rtif-lcate, tliOVshall be fort ver barred. Rese E. Mey tedt, Guaidian. Alt". Ben Yinyard, Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas. OPDER OF PUBLICATION -.-a Pi rkins. plaintiff. . . a vs. G. !;. i a1 Prekiii.-, defendant. Orde-i- of puirication. In vacation. Now this day ce es Narcissa Per- . ji- ns. piaintni in the above ontitleti iioii. .-. i.--!o-'e tlie nailer.-:gnen clerk o? i he (.'ape Girardeau Coart of Common !'!i-a-. Cape Girardeau County, Mis-'.-mii. in vacation, and Mies her pe- taioii and atiidavit .-etting forth, that (.'iVr.iaet Genera! Perkii, has ab . ond. d fioin Ids usual place of abod the ordinary proi-e.-.- "f law ! i-.nnot he served 'upon him. j And it appearing to th clerk in ucation, that defendant cannot, be - i vi d with the ordinary pince.-s of ! law, it is therefore ordered by me as clerk aforesaid, in vacation, that pub lication be oii.de notifying said de fendant that an action ha.-, been com. menced rcainrt him by petition in said court uliich is an action for divorce ifo the Vroiir.U of innign'ties and un- 'h.'ss h- be and appear at the next term 'of this court to be ohlden at the court u.-t in tne city ol tape virainoau. (.;. e Girardeau County, Missouri, on i "ioth a of February lfl!8. and on ! before the second flay of theterm, if the term shall so long continue and f not. the nbefore the end of the term, answer said petition, the same wit! '( taken as confessed and judgment ... ill be rendered against him. And it is further ordered that a copy hercol ue pub.islieil once a week n the Weekly Tribune, a newspapcr uub'ished in the county of Cape Gir- ka.-;t; rfteen fiays Infore the eoni ;..(. iicemeut of the next term of this, court. A tine copy from the record. BEN YINYARD. Clerk, Cape Girardeau Court of ( '.minion Plea-.