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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 25 October 1918

lllllIIISI!!!llllllllliij 1 Section 1 mi mi iyiiii!iii!iiiiiiiia!j rrHli:iIIIIl!!llilil!i!S!lll?i1 i I Pages 1-8 J i i 11I!P1I!SI1I1IIII!I1IIIIM1I THE WEEKM TRIB' VOL:XVII CAPE GIRARDEAU TRIBUNE, CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2. 1918. NUMBER 36 MOTE OPE EJNE WILSON'S PLEASES E01 CAPE COUNTY IS $30,090 OVER THE BOND ISSUE TOP This City Goes Over So High That It Carries Whole County With It SMALL TOWNS MAKE EXCELLENT SHOWING President Stafford Pie aped With Tilset Work And Other Villages After a few days of united and : trenuous work Cape Girardeau coun ty went ever the top in the Fourth Liberty Loan campaign by more than sr.oooo. On Thursday and Friday of last woek .special comittees visited school districts that were still behind with their quotas and met with pood suc cess. A the end of the two days' drive the county was still behind r.boul ?'-0,ii;;. Special efforts ior another day cr two to put the county over as a whole. Although several school districts are still be hind...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 25 October 1918

CAPE GIRARDEAU TRIBUNE, CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO,-FRIDAY, OCTfER 23. 1918. CAPE GIRARDEAU TRIBUNE PublishedlEvery Friday. JAMES P. WHITESIDE, Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year.:. Six Months Three lonths. $1.50 80c 50c One Month Single Copy.. 20c 05c Entered at the Post Office, at Cape Girardeau, Mo., as Second Class Matter. THE DUTIES OF THE LABOR BOARD. " V " TThe United States -employment eervlce Is "getting down to cases" In finding unskilled labor for essential wur work.- It has served notice that employment that Is simply personal service or. for personal pleasure will not be regarded as war work. Also the employment service makes an appeal to antomobile owners to release chauffeurs, whenever possible, and to consider well before they buy accessories for their machines, -whether they need the- work required to pro duce -them as much as the country needs tt to help win the war. In an authorized interview Nathan M. Smyth, assistant director general of the United States employment ser...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 25 October 1918

CATEGrnAP.DEAU TRIBUXE. CAfE GTKAEDEAU, MO., FRIDAY, O CTOBKR 25. 1218. D. A. GLENN DRY SPECIAL GOODS COMPANY'S OFFERING . We have just received arid have on sale a good line of Comforts and Blankets, which were bought several months ago at prices far below the present prices. We want to impress upon our custom ers that if they are in need of anything in the way of Comforts and Blankets they had better come early as it is im possible to replenishlourfstock atlany price. PAL TO TOMMY ATKINS a OUT I fiFT IT' - 1 8 "7J- t Siory of an Attack by Flyers cn German Destroyer Fleet 1 Aire?ne ess&pe-danger Our stock of Dry Goods is complete and our prices are the very lowest. We have a splendid line of Curtain Goods andSilk Over-Drapery, Rugs and Carpets, while they last. In fact, wepiave I a good line of everything carried in a first-class store and our prices will please you. Call and see us and be convinced. Enemy Chip Becomes a Twisted and Dirfy Wreck After Comb From Aiiove Strikes !t...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 25 October 1918

Classified Ad vertisin TELEPHONE No. 2 rOtt SALE Forty-acre farm with good hooie and outbuilding of nil kinds; three miles from the Cape. Mrs. William Wood. UOOMS with light ;uid bath. Tele phono IMS, Mis. 51. S. Deck, 22:) North Loriniier street. I OKTY ACRE FARM WANTED. WANTED Forty acre farm with good supply of water; within easy reach of Cape Girardeau. Address K. 7, The Tribune. i WANTED A girl or woman for housework. Good wages. Call Mrs. Tapper, Fountain and Inde pendence street. Phone 102C. FOR RENT One or two store roojM on corner of Good Hope and Fred erick Streets, apply to Chas. Blatt ner. 247 S. Frederick St FOUND Practically new automobile crank. Owner may have same by paying for this ad. . LOST A sectional bamboo fishing l-od in c'.oth cover. Return to 535 Broadway and receive reward. FOR SALE Remington Standard Tpyewriter No,. 10; Latest model; Brand new and unused. Phone 1211. WANTED First class printer; stead) position and good wages. Appb at The Tribune office. 'I...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 25 October 1918

CAPE GIRARDEAU TIUBTJNE, CA PE GIRARDEAU, MO, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1M8. I 1 Two Fake Slogans! Washington, D. C, October 23 Two fake slogans are being put in cir culation by the Democrats to influ ence votes in the November elections. One of these is "Vote the Democrat ic ticket and stand by the President." The other, a more euphonious catch word, "Win with Wilson;" is getting wider, circulation. Both campaign cries are fakes, just as the slogan, "He kept us out of war" imposed on part of the electorate in the last presidential campaign. The Democrats, with unexampled affronters, are trying to "repeat" on their performance of two years ago. The people, however, are aware of the fallacy of this second attempt and will not be imposed upon again by false or deceptive catchy phrases. The Democrats, with their new fake slogans, imply that the citizen can not be patriotic unless he votes for Dem ocratic Congressional candidates in November. The public, however, can not be fooled again by su...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 25 October 1918

CAPE GIRARDEAU TRIBUNE. CA PE GIRARDEAU, MO., FRIDAY, OCTOBKE 2.'t 191S BURGLARS RAIDCAPE HOMES SCARE VIC TIMS BUT GET LITTLE ROBBERS! ROBBERS! ROBBERS! YOU The talk of the town is about the army of robbers that seems to have been turned loose on our people. The only safe plan in order to be secure against their depredations is to rent a First National Safety Deposit Box and put your valuables in it. The cost is only $1.50 per year. i t i ii First Naftaa Bank CITY NEWS IN BRIEF Ilernard Vosagc of the Tilsit ) :rhborhool was here part of- last v.j-k and part of this gating an en gine l-epaired at the Schmittzehe Ma chine shops on South Sprigg street. Harry Knight of Sprigg street was removed to St. Francis Hospital Sun day for treatment for stomach and liver trouble. George. Jones of Chaonia. Wayne County, was brought to the hospital day night. Judge Seldon D. Sencer, the Re publican nom!nee for U. S. Senator passed through here last Friday on on his way to Marble Hill to com mence h...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 25 October 1918

CAPE GIRARDEAU TRIBUNE. CAPE CjRAJBWKAfr MO., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1913. FRISCO EMPLOYES BUY MANY BONDS Fifty Men Subscribe For $15,000 Of The Fourth Liberty Loan The Frisco employes of Cape Gi rardeau established a record for pa triotism in the fourth Liberty Loan drive by subscribing for $15,000. This amount was divided among 50 men, or an average of $300 each for this number of men. The purchase was as follows: .A. L. Marks S $1,250 Fred Hacpt 1,000.00 R. J. Thorn?, on 800.00 Ervie Moy. 600.00 Frank an-! TO'.mo L. M. Gc frier ."- A H. e :.r r CO .(.' Robt. feumittxbe 50.00 John K.afi 5'iO.OO A. J. Si..rc rwot) Nicb. T'UMTcmcr ."VOO'.KJ Aup. WiJJinan 4'i.(i Jrh.-! 'linos M I. . Graves.. :;:n."J Je -.- Hule :r.c:rO T. C. Ht-nny .00 ,1. .J. Phayer '.'i'.I.OO Glov.n .Vicrlon... .".JO.OO ed Ciorkmir?'. 'iOO.OO . Wanner 250.00 T. A Par.ks 250.00 Fred K.:en:fer 250.00 Taylor Fulk: u . 250.00 C. H. Nichols 250.00 Walter Schultz...: 25.00 S. J. Crosno 200.00 G. L. Weber 200.00 P. M. Bukey ...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 25 October 1918

CAPE GIRARDEAU TRIBUNE, CA PE GIRARDEAU, MO., FRIDAY, O CTOBER 25, 1918. POLITICAL AD ERTISEMENT APOLITICAL ADVEnTISEMENr POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT M si 8 N COLONEL ROOSEVELT during the war with Spain said: "A refusal to sustain the President this year will, in the eyes of Europe, be read as'Ja refusal to sustain the war' If -then why not now? EX-PRESIDENT HARRISON during the war with Spain said: "Stand solidly behind the President. Elect only Senators and Congressmen in sympathywith him." If then why not now? PRESIDENT WILSON In a message to Governor Joseph W. Folk, Democratic Nominee for United States Senator, October 4, 1918, said: "Your telegram of yesterday is warmly appreciated. Your sup port has always been so consistent and generous that I have been p sure m any case tnat i mignt count on you. 1 am looKing ior- ward with genuine satisfaction to our future association. WOODROW WILSON." FOR JUDGE OF THE SUPREME COURT The Missouri Democracy offers Judge Waller W. Graves, who has ...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 25 October 1918

npiniiiiiiisiiiiisipi i ill! I Section 2 HillIIIIIllllIII!!l!lIIII!J riIIIiIIISil!!l!ll!lll 1 Pages 9-16 i ' pii IGBHSIIBIiaiBH WEEK . VOL:XVII CAPE G1RAHDEAU TRIBUNE, CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1918. NUMBER 36 fee LY RTOUNE Do You Think There is No Competition? If anyone thinks there is no competition amongst the big pack ers he ought to go through a day's . work with Swift & Company. Let him begin at the pens when the, live stock comes in; let him try to buy a nice bunch of fat steers quietly and at his own price, without somebody's bidding against him. Let him realize the scrupulous ; care taken at the plant that not one thing is lost or wasted in order that costs may bs held to a minimum. Let him go up into the-office where market reports are coming in, and reports of what other concerns are doing. Let him watch the director of the Swift Refrigerator fleet, maneuvering it over the face of the country like a fleet of battle . ships at sea. Let him take a trip wi...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 25 October 1918

10 CAPE GIRARDEAU TRIBUNE, CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO, FRIDAY, O CTOBER 23, 1918. -CAPE GIRARDEAU COUNTY, MISSOURI, PROBATE COURT, NOV EMBER TERM, 1918. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1918. Arsta, Lena, Gdn., Harvey Alton Watts, Minor. Black, Chas M., Gdn., OUve Black, Minor. Beardslee, Thos. J., Gdn., Chas Gibbs, Minor. f Blattner, Chas. Admr., Henry Heider, Deceased. Blattner, Chas., Gdn., Slinkard Minors. Blattner, Chas., Gdn., Bartels Minors. Caldwell, Annie, Gdn., own minor children. Drum, Thos. B., Trustee, Mary Drum, Clippie. Denecke, Mary S., Gdn., own minor children. Dockins, Hattie, Administratrix, Thurman C. Dockins, Deceased. TUESDAY NOVEMBER 12, 1918. Davis, (nee Prather) Mary L., Gdn., Stewart Prather, Minor. Davis, Benj. I, Admr., F. M. Davis, Deceased. Fronabarger, R. L., Gdn., Garland Fronabarger, Minor. Green, John, Gdn., Charley Howard, Minor Horrell, John A, Gdn., Stephen B. Horrell, Minor. Hinck, Lena, Administratrix, Clauj Hinck, Deceased. Kuss, Henry, Guardian, Mary Roling, Ins...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 25 October 1918

'.vr 1 i i . '.."t-iiif'.- ).':. - I'- -M sir, Si BOYS' JSUITS And The Spirit of the Times Styles with the military correctness and "pep" embodied. Fabrics woven to endure and give the longest service. SOME ARE MADE with doublejseat and knees, adding months to their length of wearing and saves . the expense of extra trousers. Priced $6.00 to $16.50. GOFER'S 619 Good Hope St., fcAPE GIRARDEAU, MO. Paul Bethel and Lawrence Brunk horst went to Memphis Sunday after Harry Bechel, the former's brother itated condition following he attack, was ill at a hospital there. Harry A Corset Department's Best Asset Is the Good Will of Its Customers. Our efforts in this direction we believe have been successful because we always consider our custom ers needs and endeavor to give them the most for the monev invested. We feature Henderson Corsets be cause of their superb style and mag nificent values. Henderson Corsets' are reinforced wherever subject to strain or wear and are made from materials that...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 25 October 1918

CAPE GIRARDEAU TRIBUNE, CAPE- GIRARDEAU, MO., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1018. 11 j CITY COUNCIL . i s council convenca in reKUit - . . - . all members present, record of meetings held, July 1st and July 6th read. On motion of Mr. Friscell, roll wa called for their adoption, the vote result ins as follows: Ayes, Haas, Wittmor, Frissell; Nays: None; whereupon the Mayor declared said records as read, duly adopted. There as then given its first, ocsond and third reading an. ordinance sub dividing "e territory of the City of Cape Girardeau into 6 sewer Mh Nos 1, 2, 3. 4. 5, 6, aud repealing ordinance No. 70 No 1177; on motion of Mr. Wttrnor, roll was called for its final passage, the vote resulting as follows Ayes, Haas, Wittmor, Frissell; Nays, None; whereupon the Mayor, declared sa:d ordinance duly adopted an in the presence of the Council signea Ins approval thereto; said ordinance is Commission Form ordinance No. 33. There was then read the report of C. E, Stiver City Engineer on the revis...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 25 October 1918

CATE GIRARDEAU TRIBUNE, CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25, 191?. 13 FIRESIDE TALK OFAUTOfilOBIL No Longer Devoted to Prolonged and Delightful Reminiscences of Family Horse. SMALL CAR SOOH FORGOTTEN Machines Have Grown Larger and - Latest Vehicle Is Seven-Passenger, Six-Cylinder Affair, Entire ly Up to Date. Already the automobile has become the vehicle of family history. You know how it used to he, how the fam ily was forever recalling the clays of Old Pet, or Solim, and how the men tion of the old family horses inspired prolonged and delightful reminis cences in which the family story jogged along behind the memories of the bays and the blacks and the grayj we used to drive. You remember tha iwculiar understanding that existed lietweeu mother and Old IVt, the gray that had a crooked tail. Mother never would drive any other horse, and cried when the crooked tail was trimmed into an absurdity in an effort to make it look straight Memories of Grey Mare. You did not care much for...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 25 October 1918

I CAPE GIRARDEAU TRIBUNE, CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO., FRIDAY. OCTOBER 23, 1918. 14 I UW.W'JWJ- "' I'J'.!.--'. C'f -If !! . , m ... . , f , Patent Medicines, Toilet Articles, Drug Sundries, Syringes, Hot Water Bottles in fact, everything in our stock has been marked down, and for 10 days beginning October 16th every article which formerly sold at $1.00 will be sold at 80c; every 50c article will be sold at 40c, and every 25c article will be sold at 20c. Here is your chance to save money on drugs and drug sundries during the next 10 days. LeGeaf's and International Stock and Poultry Foods, in pails, at $2 50. Until October 25th, inclusive, every article goes at a greatly reduced price, at jjjjj ROW SEA BAKERS ABE TRAINED ib the new mmm mmi 10 Art and Mystery of Raising Dough Under Difficulties Is Taught at ' !? the Shipping Board's School for Bakers Now a Sailor I Lives as Wei! as Most Working Men Ashore War j g I Recipes Are Used by Sea Bakers. m Inroad and pies such as mother used to make ...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 25 October 1918

CAPE GIRARDEAU TRIBUNE, CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1318. 15 GEORGE 1 1 DEALER IN Auto AND Accessories 232 Broadway CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO. PHONE 605 We Clean, Wash,' Store andjRepairCars. FARMERS TO HOLD SERIES OF MEETINGS Will Discuss Seed For CropsAnd Examine Grain Standing In The Field Seed com should be field selected and properly stored. To encourage this work a scries of meetings in the. county has been planned. These meetings will cither be at the home cf the crop men or on farms that he selects. Fer cent, of stand, insects and cultivation will all receive atten tion while the com is yet standing and the result of the season's work can be 6cen. Thursday, October 24 Campster K. S. TisdaTe 10 a. m. Friday, October 25, Oak Ridge, Wah Miller, 1:1)0 p. m. Monday, October 27, . Necly's Landing, J, F. Oliver, 1:30. Tuesday, October 21), New Wells, E. R. Hitt, 10:00 a. m. October 29. Pocahontas, Martin Klenninger, 1:30 p. m. Wednesday, October 30, Frkitland Charles Sluscek,...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 25 October 1918

16 CAPE GIRARDEAU TRIBUNE, CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO., FRIDAY, O CTOBER 25, 1918.' POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT ..v.vMy.v Sold tine Lin for Bemoeraey and an Leasislation 7b Me Voters of Missouri: ' -' f - f vir--XK ,:v !", .. On the 5th of November, the civilian voters of the State will be called upon to adopt or reject a proposed constitutional amendment provid ing for the prohibition of the "manufacture, sale and giving away of intoxicating liquors" known as proposed Amendment No. 6. An analysis of what this question means to the people of Missouri should be carefully considered by every voter before he caists his ballot. Some Reasons Why Prohibition Should Be Defeated C The amendment is undemocratic, and, as such, un-American, and constitutes a serious invasion of the Bill of Rights of the citizens of Missouri. C It strikes down the principles of individual liberty and self-determination upon which American democracy was founded, and sub stitut...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 1 November 1918

IlI!IMl!IllIilIlllIll!siUIfn 1iIIIIill!SII!llllll!llilii l!!l ill! EKLY at Pages 1 - 9 i Section 1 I 1 ill! 1III!1IIII!!IIIIIII!!IIII1I mi uiiaisiii VOL:XVII CAPE GIRARDEAU TRIBUNE, CAPE GIRARDEAU, 310., FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 1, 1918. NUMBER 37 WE TRIBUNE MSTMIAII ME C I t-Tr " " : " 1 ' ssL - . t, ri r-f I CAFTO1EP HAYS WILL RUN TRONG C ONTE Congressman Russell's Opponent Will Make GainsOver Hill, Chair man Haas Announces Juden Doubts It THE COUNTY TICKET WILL BE SCRATCHED, SURE, IS BELIEF Contest For Legislature Between Major Houck And Fritz Siemers Will Be Big Feature Of Coming Election Friend? cf Congressman Russeli say the Socialist veto is cf no significance, ' ; r.-l thai, the Congressman's record n all war msurYs during the part two years, will br'rp abut hs return to ! Ccncress -,,-J Mr. ,c,r.,u M..u er PavH V. r.dl two year, ohy a mr.jui.ty t. ll'"' "V" 'V. carried Capo Gi.a.deau Cu..tJ , Frr:!can ica. - . ' cf he County congress jhui """" i I ter savs Hays will carry thi.- cou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 1 November 1918

CAPE GIRARDEAU TRIBUXEj CA PS 31DEU. JiO, FTvIDAY?"-iO VE'IBER 1, 191S. CAPE GIRARDEAU TRIBUNE PublishediEvery Friday- JOHNSON WRITES ON ENGLISH LIBERTY JAMES P. WHITESIDE, Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES .$1.50 One Year Six Months Three Months 50c !3Pp One Month ; 20c Single Copy 05c Thinks Schleswig Will Be Returned To Denmark By Allies In Peace Settle-ment WAR BEGINS FOR S. A. T. C .MONDAY Entered at the Post Office at Cape Girardeau, Mo , as Second Class Matter. '$ HE TARIFF AND OUK IJKBT. In one of th fouricea prints, which .are tt icrm the basis of peace with G-.raany, is clause thiee, which Republicans clung is a demand for free? trade with the nation.-; c'f Europe after the war. Free trade -has always been a threatening menace. Lul should it be adopted alter the -war, it would mean a ruination for '-": United States The workmen fcf America can not live on ihe alanes pai'd in Europe, and therefore American industries would be compelled to ilo?e if lhc-y are forced to mil ca an equ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 1 November 1918

CAPE GIRARDEAU TRIBUNE. CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER I, IMS. 4Sa 'Jir "Csp nrart mm Cmmt w On Next Tuesday you will be called upon to decide what men will serve as the officials offyour county. Bfelow we are presenting a short statement with reference to the Democratic Candidates. None of these men are chronic office holders. We can heartily endorse them, and we commend each and ev ery one to the Voters of the County: First, as One Hundred Per Cent. Americans; and second, as men eminently qualified for the positions forwhich they seek: GIBONEY HOUCK Nominee for Legislature Giboney Houck, nominee for the Legislature, is too w ell-known to need any introduction to the people oi this county. The Supreme Court decided that the Coun ties, and n3t the Little River Drainage Corporation, would have to build the bridges over the diversion chan nel of the Little River District where it crosses our pub lic roads. It has been estimated by competent engineers that it would cost Cape Gir...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 1 November 1918

TuQllGAi. ADVERTISEMENT. y. CAPE GIISAKDEAU TRIBUNE, CA PE GlRAP.DEAfc, MO., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1; 1913- SEISE 32 Don't Swap Horses in the Middle of the Stream. " rr fe'i't-'i 5 ifrjf '! 'Ztf-XT ' i :V ? "; i. .--- ?; .. . . . .. V . ' I i OK'- -' vt . t mmm 1- jV. J, A ' i .'-Xiv.i. I Every loyal American citizen knows that this is a critical hour in our na tion's history. Every loyal American citizen knows that NOW is the time when he must put his country's needs afeoue every other interest. Every loyal American citizen knows that President Wilson must have the united support of our entire country it he shall be able to complete the splen did work which he has already started. Every loyal American citizenknows that if we do nonreturn a Democrat ic Congress, in both the House and Senate, this failure will be understood by our Allies and by our enemies asjrapnin. that our people are not solidly in favor of beating Germany to her knees begging for OUR peace. y Every loyal American citi...

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