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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly tribune and the Cape County herald [i.e. herald]. — 26 April 1918

TSfe WEEKLY TRIBUTE AND CArE COUNTY IIElULD. Of course we are going to back up the "boys." Of all people we will be most ungrateful and unpatriotic if we don't. t Our boys are giving up their lives that we may continue to be free. If you can't fight buy liberty bonds. We will gladly assist all subscribers or advise them in any way regarding making their subscriptions. Don't hesitate to call on us we consider it a patriotic privilege to have an opportunity to help or advise. First N ational Bank 5 MEXICANS DRAWING UP MEN ON U. S. LINE Reports Coming From Travelers Indicate Raid Is Being Pre pared On U. S. Soil WHAT GIRL WILL GET THIS GREAT BIG AUTO FREE 7 . r-- - ft. umnm REVOKED rat SEPT. El Paso, Ter., April 2:J A Mexican federal military force of sufficient si;;e to be considered by United States ! military officers as presenting a men- iace to the American border has been concentrated on the Ojiniga-Juarez sector of the international line, and all patrols and outposts bases have ...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune And The Cape County Herald [I.E. Herald], The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly tribune and the Cape County herald [i.e. herald]. — 26 April 1918

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD. MPRUENTE MAKES TALK Oft PATRIOTISM Says People RV8tHe,P the Gov" eminent iTJ T!me It pnte, pastor of h, a congre rcluyively of at Vnys ago ; Iress, "Virging ; 'it frior thr itsi has pur ;,000 in thrift Eev. EberiAird St. Mary's Catl jjation made up German-Americani: delivered a pat:yo' his people to p : United States. : hased more thsir stamps, but Fat'-uente is making a determined ei .1 to impress upon the people the need of their help in winuint: the war. His remarks on the war were as follows: "Much has been said of the relation of the foreign-born citizens and their descendants to this country and, in particular, their attitude during the war. There is to be a meeting this week at vhich, because of absence from the city, I cannot attend, and at which the latter point is to be amica bly discussed and elucidated, in order to remove or obviate any misgivings nd misunderstandings. "Now I think that, in advance of any discussion, there can b...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune And The Cape County Herald [I.E. Herald], The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly tribune and the Cape County herald [i.e. herald]. — 26 April 1918

THE wEfcXLT TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD. PROBATA COURT DOCKET County, MV-esouri, i'AV, MAY 13, 1.M?. 'noT tJ'Jr.. Haney AltoV Watts, Minor. t 9 At 5 Bui; D., Gdn. Wm. L. Sutler, os. Adn.r. Louisa iRisig, Deceased. f: ha--. M.. Gdn. 01ie Black Minor, f :.Vt t, A. X, Admr., Emma AlcLane, Deed. Dunl-.fC rh.-js., Gdn., Valentine Daniel, Minor, iockins Kan., Adm "nibtrauix, Tlunr.an C. Dokins, Deed. D-.i.-, 1- .-. I.. 'Trustee, Mary E. Drum, Cripple. E.brccht, Frederic it, Gen., Edna M. Elbrccht, Minor. '"'y. Ma- v i: . Gin., Cla:a E. ;.nd Agnes M. Eriey, Minors. TFhM.AY. MAY 11, MS. .tr, Ar.uU . Gdn, Selma Var'e Pau!i!' Egg ' ckl.oiti. -h.ry A., Gdn., t forge D. nr.1-. Lou irm'A, Joj i A., Gdn., Su-phe : B. IIon-.-K, Mint Aj.vj-:. i.an , c.ma .are i - . - r - -r- ahs, E. M, Gdn.., Archie Ei Hans, Mint r. "lappel, r.'i'v;n. Guardian, Willie Hapncl, Minor. Hir.tcri, H. H., G-'n., .Miller. Minors. ;.;. i-, Lt i;a.. . Kiinistratr.?:, C'au:- li;;sk, Deceased. Ilnrri. l.-v:Iv M., Gdn., ov....

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune And The Cape County Herald [I.E. Herald], The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly tribune and the Cape County herald [i.e. herald]. — 26 April 1918

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD, 10,000 M PARADE ARCH IN TO SHOW LOYALTY Liberty Loan Day Biggest Cele bration Ever Held in Cape Nor mal Thronged by Crowds To Hear Prominent Speaker. CANADIAN SOLDIER TELLS OF WAY HORRORS IN EUROPE Describes Ruthlessness of German Enemy and Urges Cape Citizens To Buy Liberty Bonds in Order to Help Defeat the Foe. Patriotism and loyalty were never before evidenced in Cape Girardeau as yesterday when about 10,000 persons, men, women and children march ed through the streets to the Normal, where a patriotic rally topped the celebration of Liberty Bond Day. In the midst of flags and large banners the parade proceeded west on Broadway to Pacfiic, thence to the Normal increasing in length as the procession moved along Broadway. All along the route stood thousands of spectators who were unable to participate in the great celebration, but gave vent to their patriotic enthusiasm by cheer ing the marchers as they passed. The parade was headed by John...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune And The Cape County Herald [I.E. Herald], The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly tribune and the Cape County herald [i.e. herald]. — 14 June 1918

iSsnnal School, Cave Girarden f WEEHZ RIBIJNE ALL THE HEWS WHILE IT IS ! I 4v--' MEWS VOL: XVII THE CAPE COUNTY HERALD, CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, JUNE 14, 1918 NUMBER 30 BRYAN TO SPEAK IN CAPE DURING CHAUTAUQUA Lectures To Begin About Ju ly 19 And Continue Six Days MANY FEATURES ARE ADDED FOR THIS YEAR SoIdierFrom Trenches To Tell Of War Other Patriotic Num bers On Program William Jennings Bryan, former Secretary of State, and recognized as the Cicero of present days, will be the leading speaker during Chautau qua week in this city beginning about July 19. This information was re ceived yesterday by Rush H. Lim baugh, who is in charge of the ad vertising for the Chautauqua in this city. In addition to Bryan a French sol dier, who has been in the trencnes' for several years, has seen every phase of the martial game, was wounded and disabled, and who is now making speeches in this country in order to arouse the patriotism of the Americans and the enthusiasm of the citizens for the cau...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune And The Cape County Herald [I.E. Herald], The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly tribune and the Cape County herald [i.e. herald]. — 14 June 1918

THtl WEEKfcY tRlBUNE AND CAp COUNTY tiERALD. THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE ; AND THE CAPE COUNTY HERALD Eyery Friday by THE CAPE GIRARDEAU PUBLISHING COMPANY JAMES P. WHITESIDE, Editor. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR IN ADVANCI THRIFT WITH A PURPOSE. Thrift is a means to a commendable end. Least of all countries Las i been "nurtured in the United States. Because of war we are now bep'rmlnj to cultivate a habit that has been for two generations the most consplou pus in French national life and more recently had been implanted in th mind of the Italian peasant. The most prominent apostles of th, irt i. America have been the aliens whose savings and remittances during tit past 15 years have averaged as much as $250,000,000 per annum. The present incentive for thrift is a means for successfully ending th war. Stamps is the major element of patriotism the giving of the small est mite to establish democracy over autocracy. The unit of part li-ipa'.i oi is little enough, to be within the means of all. The ...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune And The Cape County Herald [I.E. Herald], The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly tribune and the Cape County herald [i.e. herald]. — 14 June 1918

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE A. NT) CAPE COUNTY HERALD. Largest Interest Payment to First National Savers In History of Bank. June 1st and December 1st are our interest-paying dates to SAVERS. We will be glad if all Saving Depositors will bring in their Pass Books at once so the necessary entries for the June interest maybe made therein. It is highly gratifying to us to be able to announce that the total interest to be paid ourSAVERS at this time is $4932.81 The largest interest payment in the History of the Bank. Won't you join the First National Savers, where you get National Protection and 4 per?! cent interest? FIRST NATIONAL BANK CITY NEWS IN BRIEF Wduther Forecast: Fair today and continued warm. Mrs. E. E. Nixon, of Ferryvillc, spent th day in the Cape visiting friends. . Mr. and Mrs. William Dietrich came in from San Antonio, Tex., yes terday for a visit with Paul and J. M. Dietiich of this city. This is the first trip Mrs. Dietiich has made to this state. Prof. Winter, who was engaged...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune And The Cape County Herald [I.E. Herald], The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly tribune and the Cape County herald [i.e. herald]. — 14 June 1918

tUlt WEEKLY TiUfcuNE Afi COUNTY HERALD. UNCLE SAM'S TEST FOR CAPE BABIES CLERKS OF CAPE MUST FARM OR JOIN THE ARMY CAPE IS MARKET FOR RECLAIMED SECTION Writer Tells Why Bridgets Ne e ed (Her Drainage Canal In Connty SAVING STAMPS CAMPAIGN TO BE RE0PENEDJUNE22 ELEGTMC FAN TIME Parents Told Whether Infants Are Normal Plan Nationwide Keep Cool With The One of Our GENERAL ELECTRIC FANS BRYAN TO SPEAK DURINGCHAUTAUQUA (Continued from Page 1.) Pearson of the Princess Fat. Geo. Eustace Pearson, survivor cf Cana da's track Regiment. SECOND DAY. Afternoon. . The Cecilian Chorus, of concert and -operatic artists in selections fioni lijrht and grand opera. Xight. The Cecilian Chorus. Gabriel R. Maguirc, F. R. II. S., trattler, lecturer, explorer, lecture: "With an Irishman Through the Jun gles of Africa.' THIRD DAY. Afternoon. Ptarl O'Ncil, Canadian reader and entertainer. lljlfS Clyde Wilson McCord, Inspirational lecturer. Night. Pear (VN'eil, humorous reading? and impersonations. Capt. Richm...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune And The Cape County Herald [I.E. Herald], The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly tribune and the Cape County herald [i.e. herald]. — 14 June 1918

tHfe WEEKLY Tfttfit'KB AND ?APfc COUNT t HERALt), Answer Your Telephone Promptly Business And Professional Men Tell Why Drainage Spans Are Needed Cape Loos- ' ing Enormous Amount of Trade. A Courtesy expected by every one is that his telephone call be answered promptly. To allow your telephone bell to ring longer thin necessary, not only keeps the calling party waiting but it results in unsatisfactory service both to you and to him. If the telephone is not answered within a reasonable length of time a "don't answer" report is given by the operator. You expect prompt answers when you call. Do you answer promptly. The reasons for the calling of a , the Cape were annexing all the trade special election to vote ?200,000 of; that was brought to this city before bonds for the construction of perma-! the drainage channels were cut nent badges across the drainage, through the lands south of the city channel on the Rock Levee Road. County Highway Engineer Dennis were discussed from all angle...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune And The Cape County Herald [I.E. Herald], The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly tribune and the Cape County herald [i.e. herald]. — 14 June 1918

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD. - j -V' . ; 5, , ) ' , . i . 4 V.nV'-f-'- -..3viv:-.:T! Lias i 4 CO. L DESERTER FOUND AFTER 10 MONTH'S SEARCH Fred Eads, Who Joined Cape rTCompany, Taken to St. Louis. FACING COURT MARTIAL TRIAL IN SAINT LOUIS. Arrested By Scott County Sheriff On Farm Left Company Last August. The Auto Industry In Missouri. Fred Eades, one of the young men who volunteered in Company L which was organized by volunteers of thjs county, is facing a court martial on charges of being a deserter, it was learned yesterday. The young sol dier was taken to St. Louis Thursday morning bv Sheriff Sneed of Scott County, who arrested him in Grants burg, 111., several days ago. Young Eades was one of the first men to offer his services when Capt, W. C. Bain of this city, and other voung men began to call volunteers for a Cape Company in the Sixth Mis souri regiment Which, has since been merged with the Third Regiment and is now known as the 140th United States Infantry in...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune And The Cape County Herald [I.E. Herald], The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly tribune and the Cape County herald [i.e. herald]. — 19 July 1918

Missouri S!a!f TrmaI JS-23-? Maia I.ihrarv 1 E WEEKM T ALL THE NEWS WHILE IT IS " NEWS u 1 THE CAPE COUNTY HERALD, CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, JULY 18, 1918 NUMBER 35 3 it i ' J V J I v I H I 1 n in VOL: XVII F1EMC1 AND YAMS TOWMS Quentin BULLY! SHOUTS T. R. WHEN TOLD HIS BABY IS SAFE Quentin's Sister Cables Par ents he Landed Safely Behind German Lines M ACHINE DISABLED WHILE HE BATTLED Companion Aviator Reports that Young Roosevelt Made a Successful Landirg. (By International News Service) OYSTER BAY, N. Y., July 18 News that Lieut. Quentin Roosevelt, the youngest son of Col. and Mrs. Roosevelt, had been saved was con tained in a cablegram received here tonight from France. It is assumed that Lieut. Roosevelt is now a German prisoner. The mes sage announcing that he was alive r n TV came J rum -ui s. kciuj, a. msici ui Lieut. Roosevelt. She is in France.! A companion avir.'tor of Lieut. Roose velt has reported that Lieut. Roose velt's machine became defective and he was forced to ma...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune And The Cape County Herald [I.E. Herald], The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly tribune and the Cape County herald [i.e. herald]. — 19 July 1918

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE &ND CAPE COUNTY HEItALD. FRIDAY JULY 15, 1018. FHE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND THE CAPE COUNTY HERALD Every Friday by THE CAPE GIRARDEAU PUBLISHING COMPANY JAMES P. WHITESIDE, Editor. ONi DOLLAR PER YEAR IN ADVANCE COL. ROOSEVELT'S GOOD NEWS The announcement that Lieut. Quentin Roosevelt is still among the liv ing, but held a German prisoner, will be pleasing news to all who read that he wus dead. America docs not want to lose any young men from . a strain of stock as thoroughly American as the Roosevelt's are. Col. Roosevelt is not idolized by everybody, but thcre are few who do not admire his courage, and his boys possess this virtue. The announce ment that Quentin was dead came as a shock to everyone, but Col. Roose velt received it in a spirit that commands admiration. He promptly expressed for himself and wife the solemn pride that their m had an opportunity to show "the stuff he was made of." This news was sufficient to cause the average parent toollapse, bu...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune And The Cape County Herald [I.E. Herald], The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly tribune and the Cape County herald [i.e. herald]. — 19 July 1918

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD, FRIDAY JULY 19, 1918. The next paymint of 35 per cent on the Third Liberty Loan Bonds, Gov ernment Plan, will be due July 18, 1918. Kindly let us have this at once. FIRST CITY NEWS IN BRIEF Miss Mable Beck of south Lorimier street who went through an operation for appendicitis at the hospital Wed nesday is getting along as well as could be expected. Frank Foster has a two year old child that is quite sick with the col itis at his country home two mile3 out on the Bloomfield road where the Fos ter family are spending the summer. Ralph Bank and George Warner of Fieldon, 111., are here on a visit 'to the former's aunt Mrs. H. A. Blank of South Sprigg street and other rela tives. The boys came down the riv er in a skiff, starting at Merrimac Highlands on the Merrimac river. Mrs. Pete Probst, wife of the city mall carrier, was operated upon at the hospital yesterday. She is reported to be getting along nicely. Ollie Crump of the Lorberg estab li...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune And The Cape County Herald [I.E. Herald], The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly tribune and the Cape County herald [i.e. herald]. — 19 July 1918

THE WEEKLY TRIBUTE AND CAfe CQtiNTt HERALD, FRIDAY JULY 19. 1918. COUNTY CLERK'S NOTICE OF PRIMARY ELECTION. Grain Insurance Qn Farms - ' ... ' - In view of the present high prices for all kinds of Grain, I made arrange m;nts with the Insurance Companies I represent to insure against Fire and Light ning, Grain and Seeds of all kinds, cut or uncut, threshed or unthreshed, shelled or unshelled, in shocks, stacks and ricks cn cultivated land, in farm dwelling house, bins, tanks, granaries and cribs. 4 These grain policies are written for $1.00 for $lf)0.00 insurance, for one year and I am in a position to take care of you if your crop amounts to one hundred or one million bushels. ,When you sell the crop return the Policy to me, and I will give ypu a check for the unexpired tern of the poicy. J The insurance companies I .represent have been doing business in Cape G rardeau since 1866, and have more than one fcundredmillion dollars assets, and pay their losses promptly in cash. i A. G. ...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune And The Cape County Herald [I.E. Herald], The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly tribune and the Cape County herald [i.e. herald]. — 19 July 1918

THE WEEKLY TRIBUTE AN-t CAPE COUNTY HERALD. FRIDAY-JULY .19, 191& MARRIAGE TANGLE DAZZLES THE JURY Age of This Young Bride More Puzzling Than Was The Age of Ann. The-jury- in-, Judge Willer's court disagreed yesterday afternoon in the case of the State of Missouri against Harry Blancet, charged with making a false affidavit when he made an ap plication for license to marry Edna Bright, two or three weeks ago. Three of the jury were for the Stale and three lor the defendant. Several hours were consumed in the trial of the case, Prosecuting Attor ney Caruthcrs representing the State and Albert Spradling the defendant. The point at issue was the age of the wife of the defendant. The mo ther of the young sgirl, Mrs. Bright, said the girl was only 15 years old, and swore out a warrant for her son-in-law. Mrs. Eriglit claimed the girl was only 10 years cf age. Dr. Howard testified that he was the physician in attendance when the girl was born and that the date of her birth was April 1...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune And The Cape County Herald [I.E. Herald], The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly tribune and the Cape County herald [i.e. herald]. — 19 July 1918

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD. FRIDAY JULY 19, 1918. ICE NOTICE We have discontinued running our wagons, but we. will sell ice at the plant in any quantity, for cash Small lots, 40c per 100 lb Blocks, 25c per 100 lb MORRISON ICE BURIAN THINKS WILSON OFFERED START AT PEACE Austro - Hungarian Foreign Minister Says He Agrees With President FOUR POINTS MEET WITH HIS APPROVAL Territorial Aims Are The Chief Blockade In The Road To Peace AMSTERDAM, July, 16 Baron Burian, the Austro-Hungarian for eign minister, in writing to Austrian Premier Seydler and Hungarian Pre mier Wekerle, declared his approval cf the four points raised in President Wilson's Fourth of July speech at Mount Vernon, according to a Vienna dispatch today. 'President Wilson's four new points in his speech of July Fourth, except for certain exaggerations, should not arouse our opposition," Burian wrote. "On the contrary they should be ap proved to a great extent. "Nobody should refuse his co-operation." The tex...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune And The Cape County Herald [I.E. Herald], The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly tribune and the Cape County herald [i.e. herald]. — 17 October 1918

I Of PTPVTT TTTTV ALL THE HEWS WHILE IT IS NEWS WNE I I IMSE1 M GEORGE P. MARSH CRITICALLY ILL WITH INFLUENZA CAPE SOLDIER IS STRICKEN WITH NEW DISEASE IN TEXAS ARMY CAMP. WIFE AND MOTHER HASTEN TO BEDSIDE HE HAS MADE EXCELLENT RE CORD IN ARMY TWICE WON RECOGNITION. George P. Marsh, one of the best known young men of Cape Girar deau is critically ill at Camp Mc Arthur, Waco, Tex., where he is en camped. He is suffering from Span ish Influenza. Mrs. George P. Marsh, who for merly was Miss Helen Vogelsanger, departed yesterday for Texas to be with her husband. She was accom panied by Mr. Marsh's mother, and they departed from St. Louis. Mr. Marsh has been in the army: t,raa months, and has made an 1U1 tv. exceptionally good record. He be came ill several days ago with in fluenza, and whan he was removed to the "hospital, he telegraphed for his wife and mother. It was reported from the camp yesterday that his condition was ser ious. It is not known here whether he is suffering from com...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune And The Cape County Herald [I.E. Herald], The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly tribune and the Cape County herald [i.e. herald]. — 17 October 1918

2 THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY .HERALD, . OCTOBER 17. 1018 i . . . --t r.TTTTXTrf! PRESIDENT WILSON'S REPLY. I H K, ( iAr lly W iiliivJL A X JtVlij U IN I2rf I f President Wilson's reply to Germany's peace proposal is an that was ex AND THE CAPE COUNTY HERALD Eicrj Friday by THE CAPE GIRARDEAU PUBLISHING COMPAN1 JAMES P. WHITESIDE, Editor. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR IN ADVANCE SPARE THE WOMEN AND CHILDREN. The demand of certain members of the United States Senate for a whole sale destruction of German cities, the murder of women and children ir payment for the crimes committed by the German army in Belgium, is un worthy of Americans. . . The United States will never countenance brutal crimes against the mno er into the mire. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch recently touched upon thn phase of the war eiy appropriately when it said: "If we were fightinf cannibals, we would not be expected to eat the bodies of those we killed. That answers in brief the demands of those Senators who want Amer...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune And The Cape County Herald [I.E. Herald], The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly tribune and the Cape County herald [i.e. herald]. — 17 October 1918

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD. OCTOBER 17, 1918. "Even if it is true that the Kaiser has surrendered, that doesn't make it any less important that this loan should be subscribed. It has to be, because we spent most of this money before we asked for it." W. G. M'ADOO, Secretary of the Treasury. First Nations Bsusik will be glad to loan the money to any one with which to buy bonds at six per cent interest. See us at once. THE CAMPAIGN CLOSES NEXT SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19. APPLE PIE IS SKY HIGH AT CAPITAL CONSUMERS COMPLAIN ABOUT THE DRIFT OF THE COST OF LIVING. tin HEWS IN BRIEF W. H. Brooke, uperintendent of the bridge and building department of the Frisco was here from Chaffee on business yesterday. Emory Dale of Delta was here yes terday looking for the Frisco physi cian and expected to go on to the company hospital at St. Louis. William Suedekum of near Dotch town was in the city trading and trafficing yesterday morning. Tony Job of Advance was a Cape Girardeau visitor yes...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune And The Cape County Herald [I.E. Herald], The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly tribune and the Cape County herald [i.e. herald]. — 17 October 1918

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COtJNTT HEftALn, OCT6BER 17, 1S18. HENRY KUSS IS LABELEDSLAC5ER D 0 The Clean Plate THE BYHISNEJGHBORS Committee Of Farmers Wait LITTLE RIVER On Him And Ask Him To Buy Liberty Bonds HE ORDERS MEW TO GET OUT OF YABD Dralral MlHQQ00Wr Pkllnd SYSTEM . .OF. . Levees PSfieSae Neighbors Will Not Associate With Him Hereafter-He Will Be Boycotted . was almost wholly constructed with ELECTRICALLY OPERATED MACHINES THE WORK WAS DONE QUICKER AND CON SIDERABLY CHEAPER THAN IT COULD HAVE BEEN WITH ANY OTHER POWER ova . p. y Is saving fuel for the nation Is saving money for its users Is helping freight congestion MISSOURI PUBLIC UTILITIESijCO. SOUTHEAST MISSOURI 8 , I tf 1 WAR REDUCED LAW SUITS, SAYS CLERK Jefferson City. Srom what attor neys say, the practice of law was never at such a low ebb sincc years before the Civil War. At the opening session of the fall term of the Supreme Court only three lawyers were present. "Almost 60 per cent of the cases in the two divis...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune And The Cape County Herald [I.E. Herald], The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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