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THE CAPE GIRARDEAU TRIBUNE, CAPE GIRARDEAU. MISSOURI, WEDNESDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 27, 1918.
35m AUTO PARTS Parts for all cars 50i to 85' off manufacturer's list price. Sonic of the cars we have parts for: Overland, Maxwell, Buick, E. M. F., Flanders, Studebaker, Metz, Hupmobile, Chandlier Grant, Brush, Mitchell, Hudson, Regal, Reo, Cadillac, Marrnon, Paige, Jackson, Moon, Howard, Michigan and many others. High Tension Magnetos, Carburetors, Radiators, Axle Shafts,, Gears, Bearings, Spark Plugs and Everything tor the Automobile Some of the complete motors we have for sale in good running condition: E. M. F., $60.00; Overland, $50.00; Regal Electric Starter, $85; Reo, $75.00; Buick, $65; Maxwell, 25 Starter, , $100.00; Hudson 32 Bosch Magneto, S110.00. Tungsten parts for all kinds of Coils and Magnetos. Springs for all makes of cars. Your money'sworth or your mo ney back, and you are the judge. Write us your needs. AUTO PARTS COMPANY CAPK GIkARDKAU, MO. AN OirWNANCB TO AMEND UU- mxaxce no. in; in adding TIII.KKTO KKTAIN PAHA .IJA lIIS DKMNTNG V.UAT SHALL CONSTITi 'TK Ml-SnK ! Mi:.NOKS AND TO I'ltO V IDE l'KNALTIi;s JOIi VIOLATION ihi.ulw. W v Onhiined by the City Coun- il of :AHr Girantcau, Mo., uri fol i W-: Scit 1i I5l. Selling or ALiempL tii' to sell sevond hand articie.s for meanor and upon the conviction there of sha'l bk lined not Jess than $5 nor more than Si 00. - .Section 14:1. . Soiling MisbranrU-d or. Adulterated .food, Etc It shall be unlawful for any person, firm or cor poration w'ith'n .said city: (a) To sell or, offer for .ale any '::n- of diseased,' corrupted or un wholesome food, or driulc. (b) To fraudentiy adu'trate for ji-.ij )ui ne.- o if sa't . or to sell or oifer i-.rr ,:.lo. any M.bsti'nco intended for fe.-vj ,r drink, adulter.it-d or mixed w. Any person, who w.tn intent w.tii any substance co'iUining matter " dcfriii. I another by i ( ;,reseii!in,.' anything poisonous deleterious or 1 mil tt tliinir or arti-le souirht to te inif.ni., h,..ith ir.. ;imw-1 -of. K.W ilYi, united, when " ' , hing oj- article is a se-oifi 1 ' ' '.. i ' ;r .ailicle, shall b ;eem ' ': '' v '! a misdemeanor, and ujroa -- : hereof Vhall be lim;t 'net ;'; . i.00 nor more th.ir. SHirt. - ' -2. I'isnosinir or Alteront.- ' ise of Shoddy and Infer JikI-t False Pretext or - - :' ' ' Juaraniee. Any person, .!in or corporation cnag.-d n. the .-..lit- -,l dry .iroo.;.-.. Wots an, shoes or ;:ny other aitide or ceairr.odity, on reinventing the same to utisuiect :or; customers, or who by inducement persuades customers into buy:;." .difwldy and inferior eoo,is under lli" fre.tenl jruinmue lhat such yoo-H a:e ef a d:lf rent or better giadc, bat! ( oVemnl guilty el a mis o the :u.;ounl of stock of goods io? the purpc-.-e of a'l.r.lorein taxes, , and file same with the city tb-tiv, and who r.ii.l.f-s a fals- statoiiKtr; shall b vice.eed guilty of a .aiV meanor and iiuor. conviction lar.roef ie lined in a s iii: 5f not less t".:ui $.' mi" more th in $H;0. . Secticn i4r. Inspector of Weights and ileasujvv.; Duty to Knforce. It is hereby made the duty of the In ?jMetjr of Weights and Measures to see that section 141 to 146 inclusive are duly enforced, and in the eniorce itient of the same, said officer is here by given the authority to make the necesarv investigation, inspection or s. li anv aiticie oi food or diial; that j inventory, and any effort on the part is not just v.-hat it in its purity id I of any person to hinder, delay or pre vent s.aid oftieer in the discharge or held oat or i:ianu;'ai '. ur.' iv pre? .nteu to be. or to or offer for sale' iirv s'Jvi! adulterated food, diink, :iij uoiv cwmiy or sweet meats. ( i) To se:i. keep for sale, or offer for sale, anv tainted, spoiled or rot tv-n l.ieat. c'gs. food, milk, drink or -.her ail di ..'es gr.e 1 or i'lterui.-J for l'...!'i;.!i food. Any person, rum or ce; noiTNoa ioialinu- -my of, the p'.o ; i.-.o.i-j of tie.: c-.'C k-n iku ,-5 ieeii.ed ?r pM v f Jt msxiemeano' and upon r.viction thereof sh;iH bo xmej not h'r ir..-.n ' r.-jj; sw'; than jysj. ."-ction 111'. ;v!ak!i?c f'alie or ! r;;i.ii!"iit S'.iorn V; ' . ,.;t e.t. Any person, firm o, : oortion wlicse :(uty it Is to make . svuru ;-;att incut r, his duties shall be deemed guilty of t misdemeanor and upon conviction thereof thall be punished by a fine of not less than $." nor more than .O. He shall have authority to make ar nvtSt. and without a warrant being :ssuefi d.v the 1'ol.ce .Magistrate, should it become necessary in the en- enforcement of any of tile provisions of inis ordinnnce. Section 14(. This ordinance shall be in force and take effect from and nf'.er July 1. 111. Passed and approve! this 2tlh day of June, A. D., i:l. H. H. HAAS, .Mayor. Attest' A. P. IJehrcrs, City Clerk. THE LITTLE IlIVER KJ 17 5 111 OF . M I5 i :cise: was almost wholly constructed with ELECTRIC ALLY OPERATED MACHINES THE WORK WAS DONE QUICKER AND CON SIDERABLY CHEAPER THAN IT COULD HAVE BEEN WITH AMY OTHER POWER electric Is saving fuel for the nation Is saving money for its users Is helping freight congestion MISSOURI PUBLIC UTILITIES CO. SOUTHEAST MISSOURI PRESERVE THINGS OF BEAUTY FINISH OF AUTO ATTRACTS DUYER With But Little Thought and Care One Can Keep Shine on Ex J teridrofCar. Citizen Loyal to His Home Town Will ; Constitute Himseif Guardian of Other People's Property. : People are otteu wautonly .1 est r ac tive with what costs them uothiusr. It's ft" vicious habit that tears out a plant by the roots when all that's tie- aired is the Mower. That's bad enough ii the woods where Uwd's bounty jro- tluees ia riotous prof usioii. Hut eveu there Tare speeiineus are fouud uad Hie sjt.M its may be easily deMtroyed. The same barbarity praetiei-d near a ma n't; boaie is eoiiit-ioptibb. For u liisin wliiiu j'u'u destroy for your s lf and biui the thing that gives you lle:isutv. You j.Ke iu a mealier elas tbau the fellow who killed tin jfu.i.so Uiat laid (lie golden e'ff. lie was a fool for dosiroyiutf what was Ids owu. You are all he was aud loore besides, for you take in addition what does riot belong to you. l'he loyal eitizeti beeonies a guardian of oilier people's property. The moitj be can eueourage his neighbor the more ullraetive will his property be. eoine and the nre beautiful the en vironiui'iit in w hi-h be will live. And you. will help enjoy it. Without eost to you There will be created a conn iiiuiiily beauty Jliat will uplift humani ty. His lawn and flowers should be- eotiie dear to you and you should help him defend them. This is no whim of :t(i enthusiast. It's law that's old as the ; Ieealo!iue. If you aren't sure a'oout it take the old book otf by your self and look it tit). You may shv your ignotato-e if you do it in eom vaiiy. And if sueu a thing was a recognized law in those dNlaut bar ba roiis days it surely is more .so now lie who deliberately dospods for a pjssiug gratilkatiou is not a eitixen .-.vorthy of the present century. IVuiu svlvnnia (!rlt. MUD ONE OF WORST ENEMIES TREES AND SHRUBS FOR PARK Those ThatxProduce Colored Fruiti Should Always Be Given Prefer ence, for Many Reasons. the guiding principle in park plate ?iing should he beauty, but it should not be a temporary or iine-seasonal beau Iv. Hence it follows that shrub and trees whieli produce colored fruits, :nd retain them for long period", are preferable to plants whose chief deco rative contribution is n short burst of bloom. Such shrults are hand- fomer at. all times after flowering and are particularly valuable in winter "heii everv hit of color In the l.-md- scaoe is precious. They are valua ble moreover in supplying bird food. A few sucireslions as to tin ue Of frub-produeing plauts are not out of place. Th ideal American park is iiatuial woodland, nioditicd and embel lished, or a planting thai follows nat ural lines. Informal treat im-iH is nl most universally preferred to formal. From the staudpainl of bird al iraciioii ibis is fortunate, since clipping shrubs either prevents or reduces the pro duction of fruit and causes the plains to form such solid and dense sur faces that they are uninviting te birds. Great Care Necessary in Removing Dirt From Polished varnl&h Ap ply Hose Liberally, but Be j" Careful in Rubbing. " Second-hand ear Jealer3 fcndw ihnt they can take an old ear and repaint it and secure considerably more for it than they could if ibe car Lcpr its sJiabby appearance. They know that the average car buyer will first ex anS9 the appearance of the tar, and thei ufterwatil ask how it runs. Thl-s is not because a higher value is placed upon exrerior appearance than upon Mechanical excellence, but simply b cause ouing to the psychology of the buyer the car will never be tested for its mechanical ability unless "it fir:d .attracts by It-? appearance. Pride in Appearance. A car owner is not a genuine, !. Ja-the-w"ool fan uuless he takes pride iu 1 lie appearance of bis cur. How t, keep the tlni-di as long as possible and bow t. retore it when it grows dint tln'oiieli wear are two treat point in his miiid. The city man who keeps his car in a garage generally has to i pend upon the garaie washers loVi- his work for hi tit. and it must be safe that very often they are unskilled and the result i.-i that a llcV ( al Will look like ati old one. ' Another treat hano.-r of car liril sli.--- is Ihe had body ptdisli. Very iftt n these wili brighten a car temporarily and then tin; surface becomes tin' and it is ditiicult to restore it. On the other hand, there are some very good polishes on l lie market which do the work well. Some of these place a sort of eneer owr th.: paint and tarnish wotl:, which really preserves the tin ish admirable. Coloring and Surface. liefore yoing Into the methods for the owner to pursue in keeping ihe ear in condition, it is necessary lic-t 1o obtain glimpse Into the makeup of the surface of a cur. There ui in reality two p:m.-- of the Mirito-e. frirst. there fs the color material which gives the body lis color and furnishes ihe foundation of the appearance ; :.m then, over th? color. -thorp is a pm- tcetlng armor of varnish, which is ttau.-parent, ailewnm the color to be visible, but protecting it front wear. Flu nriiisu is miu h harder than lie; ' color, and if the varnish were not over the coloring material it Would .soon wear away. When the paint is applied it is put iu in a treat many coats, each one beiug rubbed smooth before Ihe net one js put on. These coals will fre quently number twenty or more on high (lass body jobs before ihe vanish is placed on. The tinal coat of dniy'i- ing varnish is a hard, glaslike t:it. which allows the color to be seen through If. but which in itself greater resist er rf wer. Classified Advertising TELEPHONE No. 2 FOR RENT 2 furnished rooms for ligrht housekeeping. Apply at Gahn's Garage. ..WANTED to hear from owmver of good farm for sale. State cash price, full description. l. F. ruit5-h, Minueajiolis, Minn. NVA.NTEIi Forty acid farm with good supply of water; within easy reach of Cape Girardeau. Adtlres; K. 7, The Tribune. 1'OR RENT One or two store roonj u corner of Good Hope and Fred erick Streets, apply to Chas. Blatt ner. 217 S. Fiderick St KOUND 1'ractically new automobile crank. Owner may have same by paying for tlws ad. . .REAL ESTATE FOB SALE Moore Haven, Flu., Rich Black Soil, good town, fine climate, guod tran sportation, good water, great placo for corn, alfalfa, cattle, tropical fruits. No fertilizer, large and small farms. Write South Florida Farm Co., Moore Haven, Ffct. FOR SALE Model 1!17 Ford Tour ing car. Telephone 101. WANTED Firat class printer; iteadj position and good wage. Apply at The Tribune office. FOR SALE Three good horse for sale cheap if taker, at once. I'hone 101. MOTOR For sale oae fiTo-hor-power direct current motor; la goed condition. Appiv at The VribuJM Office. FEMALE HEL! 1 age Kn.tttnr sail' desires w-to work in own town. K;-.-:y i.ii .i. oermancnt. Sa'ary or com n:.-.si-i,. all or part time. Iinci naiioiuii Mill-", JoiT;s-tivn,.Iu. LITTLE HUTTY IS MISSING IN WAR . ys he has fawn Cape Soldier Hasn't Keen Heard From Since Oct. 9, War i)e--TuparAaipnt Sajs M.niiice Huttman. known in Cspe C-irarrlea-u u. 'i iltle Hutty," is rx -!iev,j iy be. dead in i-'r;inee. A ecs- miri' troiii me 'Aar J eariiiieiit iio4.!.!i.-. Washington to Mrs. Anton SchaafJ new.s-loot ! mint t' lluttmun. .iU.-.-.iog siiu':- )c ':.-; He enti re d th, ' set vice more than a ye;, r ago .iiai lm.-4een in France most of Uiis jear. ile was trussed fceveral mor.tb.s agt) ami spent several weeks in a Englili hospital. Upon recover ing he returned to the. battle front. He wa" found to be absent th? secyiui time at roll call on October 0, and nothing has bin learned of him t '.twt: It caa-e l surj)risc among hi ; iricml., t dist bver that almost tw .v. rc necessjtry t' get tle HIDING ON DEFLATED TIRHS Proper Receptacle for Rubbitdi. We ate all agreed that dust, dirt ptrbae and other rubbish should bf Kept as far as possible from the dwell in.:; house, yet It is surprising how often wo find the rubbish receptacle as close as possible to tin doors mid windows of the bouse. It is o be regretted that in so many towns these receplacles tiro open wood boxes, pails or old baths We find a raud selection, but it is & difficult matter to secure the provision !" i proper bin, and the otlb-ial ofteu does nor obtain the support lie should. If only we could press upon the people the necessity to secure for themselves a pioper galvanized bin with cover,! which appears to me to be the most satisfactory if properly used! Archi tect and Contract Iteporter. Far Cheaper to Carry a Spare, ai Sen sible Motorist Does Others Are Shortaitjhted. All thiujr; considered, It's expensive business traveling on deliated tires. It's far cheaper to carry a spare, an every sensible motorist does, nowa days, hut still there are a lot of tshori.hted men who no ttlonf with out an extra tire, hoping lhat the in evitable wilt never happen, and then, to cap the climax, ihey jfo iu for aa adjustment 1 WILSON'S PARIS HOME TO liE ML' RAT MANSION. Paris, Nov. 27 Prime and Prin ters, Joaclv-m Murst. at the request of; the jjovrnr-tr'nt, have plated the:r town !i0i..e at Rue df Mfncrau Wood Resists Fire. av " 1 '"' The fire-resistive ipiality of wood Is itt-s to receive 'resident Wilson tlui- shown in a recent isjrtie of Scientific American, which discusses the advnn taRcs of wood block floors fori indus trial purposes. The article slates lhat there have been many instances where crucibles overturned and molten metal poured out upon the blocks with littlw damage. In a recruit fire which tie etrnvpH nipp 'n. 5! nt Phllftdelnliin nnd warned and Iwisted the structural the splendid inr lib st.-iy in Paris. The president will tind in tbc man sion various som'emrs ot 1 resident Washington, whose niece married Prince Aehile Murat. The house which was noted before the war for receptions held there, steel, the ereosoted block floors were only slightly charred. - Keep After the Weeds. Weeds result not only in big financial loss but also in great annoyance. Dis eases, such as hay fever, could be eliminated almost entirely by adopting efficient methods for controlliuz the Incidental weeds found along roadsides, in vacant fields, and in waste places. Proof of His Quiet Life. . . "Do ? yon 1 wsh -ytur., own : dishes while yonr " wife' is 'away?' - : R "No, sir. I just stack them in the fink." V? "I should think you'd be ashamed, to have hr eom bsck and find then Id that eondition," "I'd rather have hr find thaar that wcy than have ber smpsct that I'd has a large garden. At the present time the Princess Mural is living: at the Chateau de L'hambly, in the Department of the Olse, where &he looks after several hundred wounded French soldiers. Prince Murat re-entered the cavalry at the beginuiug of the war, despite his age. During the war he has lost one son killed, while .another has bt.en .'ei jduiiy vounded. , . 1 ' ' j AMERlCA'STHDiaE SHOE POLfSH i -fczSW erne same pAr Ni-'ijf' 1 8 ARGE quantities of ShwoiA are par chased by the Government to be sold -to the Soldiers and Sailors. We aim to make ShinoiA cost tlie men - serving theircottntry and the public vback of the men, as little as possible. !War conditions turn men's heads to I profit making.' H We believe friends . and users are more valuable t!i:m the profit of the moment. That is why you can buy ShinoiA at the cams pries as always. BLACK -TAB -WHITE -BROWN PKICE A ALWAYS V Cites zU, lie 32L