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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 27 November 1918

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- mxaxc...

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. — 27 November 1918

J. 94?yPt41?1g,TMBVNg CAFE. OgUBEAriKISSOURI, MORNING,- SOVtMBER 27 "1919.. ... Chnsnti as Selections lEh'QORSEfl BISECT BUKEB War Secretary gays All Worthy Agen cies Art New Embraced in he ' United War Work Campaign. Jewels Our Jewels are . . . - In every sense of the word. THERE never was a Christmas when Jewelry or its ! equivalent did not stand first in the minds of the giver and the person given to. Jewelry will be held in that esteem Christmastime. T HIS year when you are thinking of giving something that your friends can use the year around and get a full measure of benefit out of it, give Jewelry a thought and bear irt mind our jewels are jewels in every sense of the word. DHAKE a mental note right now to come tothis store some evening after supper, g when your day's work is over and when you can give your thoughts over to gifts and let us help you in some way to select something from our stocks of fine gems that will gladden the hearts of your friends. ....... .. . COME TO ...

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. — 27 November 1918

----- " ' . ; 8 1 "To the Holders of - 41 Liberty Loan Converted, ami 4 Bonds of Ik- Second Liberty Loan. , "The privilcjio'bf conversion which aroie in cou--acqaence of the issue of 4 - bonds of the Third Lib- eityLoan will expire on November 9th, and under existing law can not be ex tended or renewed. Holders cl these 4 bonds lose nothing by cxcici-iu the privilege of conver sion and giin J interest per annum. Udders ol i '. bonds should noi wail until the last in c men I lo ci;rcisc ths privilege of conversion, but should do so pronplly. Dalay will result in overburdening the banking institutions of the ceunlryand the Treasury Department by making it necessary to handle all conversions at the last moment, and may result in the loss of the privilege of conversion al together. W. G. VIcApco.", Southeast Missouri Trust Go. Capital and Surplus $600,000.00. We Solicit your pa!iai!a;-,c-Wc Strive lo Serve it CUBE im BOIES J ' .jj wvUo, I i.M n.Jtv ; i v.pli:r,. Friends 2nd 'ijrtic for ...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 27 November 1918

THE CAPE G1RA.1CDEAU TRIBUNE, CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, WEDNESDAY MORNING, XCYETTRER 27, 191S. I Kog Producers and Packers Confer With Repre sentatives of the Food Administration and Agricultural Department and Adopt New Plan of Regulation. 1 life r ? v V&A-&-' il i i i : 1 j i e w . j '5 vi . , . j- - 3 - W Si CI t iGDM sTierice dim ;i -ii. i. r: ir.dnnnii rve Let a atk: to get in step with war demands .ran ethers. . c-' : v ijh'v rl:.r-t have sprang up but at a prodig- Tl.z. v ;.-L.i.T: i-.v:-j2lr wr, ct's to adrpt itself to unheard of . p: h:, than any other industry. And this . -- :.h ' t .':.: :;r:i2r;- cf pr.c?;ing- plants, refrigerator cars, :,r:7r- "z. -cz. r.r.. rA be.n :jra-f uri!;, developed to its present state of effici. -: -v. ;'.:t. v-c crucial hour it became a mighty international u i how h: :I tile d :v-.lcpinent taken place? H SI Itrt ry r..: ' '"r-ry "it .r.roads into the capita! wealth of the country, .Z r.-iy , :y-t yi:ir to year, a portion cf the profit...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 6 December 1918

Ir?IIIBIICIIIIIIIIIIIIlllI-Sil llll DO YOUR CHRISTMAS I'" I SHOPPING -ARLT iiil I 11MIIIII!ISIII1IIIIIII1IIIS!1 GHHIIB iiisiisnHn HII mi WEEI ONE Eight Pages tmmmmmmmm VOL:XVII THE CAFE GIRARDEAU TRIBUNE, CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 6, 1918. NUMBER 41 LEI TIIB WILSON WELL F1EE SEAS LID CLAMPED Of GAPE BY COmiSSIOHERS IfJ FIGHT ON INFLUENZA Mayor And City Act After 120 Reported In Two Days-Ban On Until Dec. 15. CONGRESSMANWlS VICTIM; WIFE ALSO HAS THE DISEASE Children Are Forbidden To Play In The Streets During Campaign To Eradicate The Epidemic New Quarantine Ordered The M yor aw? Cty Cor..mission$s yesterday again i,sued a closing order cn schools ard bus r.ess houses and made the quarantine I'.d air-tight in an , ffort to out the endemic of influenza. The action followed an office , report af mo-c than 120 new cases of the disea e in two days, ine oan .u renain in efff ct rnt ! Decembci 15, when it is hoped that the restrictions may lie removed. The public s...

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. — 6 December 1918

- 1, ,i, i , 1 1 I, I, ,, , ,, i ,. .- , r - i .--wiwiwi itMnnn Htm m'f rrrM n-r n i niir'-i r imi fi "ml y itt'iih t,. nmmi w iwkmm, , m i THE CAPE CIliABDEAU TOIBUNE. CAPE GIRAEDEAU, MISSOURI, FMDAV JtOKNKfC. DECEMBER d, 191S. MJF Mrs JC.rJwSi enriches tha soil instead o robbing it of its fertility end th continuous pro duction of grain muft naturaV'y.do. Yet there is no reason why the-yleld or grain must dinifnish by the promotion of the dairy industry. More milk and crsam does nut indicate less grain or fewer hogs. Dairy herd fertilizes the soil .md skimmed and sour milk provide the best feed for growing hogs. There fore, al are essential on the modern farm, a fact well demonstrated in many sections of the country. GAPE GIRARDEAU TRIBUNE PublishedlEvery Friday. JAMES r. WHITESIDE, Editor. One Year $1.50 ".'Six Mont! is Si'c Three Months. 50c SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Month -0c Single Copy 05c Entered at the Post Office at Cape Girardeau, ilo., Second Cass Matter. Celebrating Great ...

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. — 6 December 1918

THE CAPE GIRARDEAU TRIBUNE, CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 6, 1918 Am X Visit: I 1 I Watch the "First National" Grow! The following is a list of oar total resources for the past five years on November 14th, to-wit: 1914 S626.1S2.35 1915 8057,500.4 1 1910 $799,792.18 1917 $945,276.57 191 8 $1,209,697.80 We believe our Bank is performing a distinct and valuable service, not only to this community but to the government and is therefore worthy of an op portunity to serve a larger number of the good people of this section. Won't you let us serve you? Fired National Bwk ae CITY NEWS IN BRIEF USBFUh ana handsome gifts for Christmas, at Hasslinger's Jew el Shop. Mrs. GaiTett Glenn, "who has been crltwraJly ill at her home in St. Louis, j is rapid'y regaining her health. It is reported that she is out of danger. Kdgar von iH r Lippe and bride, who formerly was Miss Mary Kuss, returned from a honeymoon trip of two weeks in the north. They visit ed Milwaukee and other north...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 6 December 1918

THE CAFE GTS ARDEAU TRIBUNE, CAFB GIRARDEAU, MISSOTO, TOPiY MOSKINS; DECEMBER Si R ; : AMONG THE ADVANTAGES OF A . : : . TRUST GOMPANY ARE CONTINUOUS EXISTENCE, i ' INVESTMENT EXPERIENCE i STATE SUPERVISION In addition, the highly Trust Company costs no Lj" N'idual. For 'ihese reasons, among others, it is more and 'more becoin:ii the practice amon leaders of in dustry and finance to nanic a trust cofnpany as ex ecutor aqd. trusted : ; i. 4 . It is well worth your while to wafch the news re ports of Jthc ctisposal of large estatesand to consid er whether" it would not be to your advantage to i obtain (fie- benefit of our whether your estate oz large or sman. Thz qftiisrs of this company; will be glad to cou sult with you on-any Trust matter you may have in mind. ' i ' c ' : 1 Southeast I'M Trust Capital and Surplus $600,000.00. ttiiinA4imM.il wt rp macccsioie. ice ca oks A ; ANNUSt .MESSAGE TO THE CONGRESS - t . t lilaUinr; I jjoicuafttly . atcafc ,t jrtave m pom lllitiep. 1 am the ....

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 6 December 1918

v V5 THE CAPE GIRARDEAU -TRIBUNE, CAPE GTRATJOgAU. MISSOURI, EUIIUY MORNING, DECEMBER 6. i9iS. AUTO PARTS Paris for all cars 50;' to 85;J off manufacturer's list price. Sonic of the cars we have parts for: Overland, Maxwell, Buick, E. M. F., Flanders, Studcbaker, Metz, Hupmobile, Chandlier Grant, Brush, Mitchell, Hudson, Regal, Reo, Cadillac, Marmon, Paie, Jackson, A$oon, Howard, Michigan and many others. V High Tension Magnetos, Carburetors, Radiators, Axle Shafts, Gears, Bearings, Spark Plugs and Everything tor the Automobile Sonic 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; 3uick, $65; Maxwell, 25 Starter, $100.00: Hudson 32 Bosch Magneto, $110.00. . stcn parts for all kinds of Coils and Magnetos. Springs for all II tl o makes of cars. Your money'sworth or y our money backhand you are the judge. Write us ycur needs. . TO PARTS COMPANY All .1! CA VE (J RARDHAU, MO. i OiILV'XF Ml. 2...

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

THE "CAPE GIRAKDZAU TRIBUNE, CAPE GIRARDEAU. MISSOURI, FRIDAY SIORNNG, DECE3lBE 6, 191S. ' , 1 1 H ASSLINGER'S JEWEL SHOP Gifts That Endure After Christmas Are Really Sensible Gifts. ECONOMY OF THE THRIFTY is best demonstrated by their, purchase of the best, most useful and durable merchandise. They recognize the real economy of quality. They measure the value of merchandise by the years of service it is capable of rendering. This store has since its beginning insisted upon quality goods as being the most economical to purchase. Ourpresent largebusiness has been built on qifality. For Men Diamond in Scarf Pin, Shirt Stud, Society Emblem or Ring. Watches in every style of dependable quality. Every one guaranteed. Ciyarette Ca Shavina Set-. For Women Diamond in Bar Pin, LaValliere or Ring. 1 Above iiiutrrvH-niif t Kir Ivory l'Y-RO-I.IN Sets. Wo i liftvi- the.;e sets from SlfUHt on up. WV etijMvtcc tli-se Ivory I SIMS 1 r!: jjlit f "is ir. every rolur letter free of charge. Bracelet Wa...

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. — 6 December 1918

THE CAPE CinalDEAU TrvlEtKF..CAFE-GmArvpFAT, JIo'CtT! ; TTtTPAY MOVING, DECEMBER G. lpU, PRES ANN.UHL ADVICE TO CONGRES GIVING HIS PE AGE; TE AND MISSION TO EUROPE IBENT WILSON S RMS Washington. LeccPiber "4 Follow ing :-? tb" cxt of Prc'tcn'.. Wihon's . i '3.':. dvI'VcivJ in Ongiv. Gentlemen of Cigi: The year fiat has elspseJ ;nce I !at stood before ,cu -to f'.imV" my rt.-nttut onaJ d'lty to give to the congress from tree to t!re informal; or? on the otate tf the Union has been .0 crowded w.lh Fp-.! cAcnAr., great proce.ses and pie.it results that I cannot hope U give you .111 adequate picture, of it transactions ir of. (tie ii j curbing, changes which have been wrought in the life of our nation and of the v.-ii; Id tliCdC You have yousclvos witnessed things, as I have. It is too on to iiwC Ihoin: and wc who land mi (lie mid. I of tlioni arc less i'i'.'-Ik d tiian men of anothor gener ::! n w ill b" In :;ay what tliey mom ir f,'-n v.lvii tin y have been. Iut -:j,f rent it.,1.-.:iid...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 6 December 1918

THE CAPE GJRAHDEAU TRIBUNE, CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, FRIDAY MORNING. DECEMBER G, 1918. 3 LIEUT. CRUMB WAS WELL KNOWN HERE WAR WORKERS ARE BEING DISMISSED Bloomfield Man Killed In France Attended School At The Cape Normal Linns Kinder Back From Nash ville, Sajs 1,000 Men Dis charged In Day Less than Four Weeks to Buy Your Christmas Gift. It is less than four weeks to Christmas. The hustle and bustle of holiday shopping will soon be apparent aqd there will be less time for you to chcose the Christmas jewelry either for a gift or for yourself. Added to this never chang ing situation is the obvious fact that our prices are decidedly advantageous to yot'. Gift buying is quite a problem, especially if you have a number of friends that must be remembered. We will be able to suggest many things that will make useful gifts and submit a partial list of the many we have. By checking over the list you will be able to buy much easier and much more rapidly. We are omitting a list of Children's g...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 13 December 1918

rmllll!!lltlllEII!IOIIIIll!lHil 1 liil DO YOUR CHRISTMAS M III SHOPPING -URLY 1 I llliIIIIilllll!lll!ll!IIJ fipliasnSDiaiSn- i . i!0 "HE W Eight Pages 1 ' i ISIBIISBIiaiBIISn VOLrXVII THE CAPE GIKARDKAU TRIBUNE, CAPK CJ1RARDKAU, MISSOURI, FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 13, 1918. NUMBER 41 AMCE EKL TRIE UN FIESIDEWT WSLSOM NOW M - H I. M I II II . , , ii ii : - ... j Musteredbut . J J &&mm -1 LIEUT. FRISSELL AT SEDAN WHEN THE WAR ENDED Cape Girardeau Officer Was Fighting On Outskirts Of Famous City Mght Before NAPOLEAN, THE THIRD, SURRENDERED THERE Soldier Write Tribune Of The Fighting When Armistice Was Signed He Was Untouched E. M. DOYLE WEDS ARKANSAS GIRL IN ST. LOUIS, MO. Picture Show Man And Mils Eva Arnold Married Se cretly Wednesday WEDDING CONCLUDES ROMANCE OF FAIR Couple Met Here During Autumn Fete-He Was Divorced Last Week Lieut. Howard N. Frissell, son of Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Frissell, in a Ut ter to the I ribune irom nance, he was fighting in the outskirts of Sedan, forty...

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. — 13 December 1918

THE CAPE GIRAKDEAU TRIBUNE, CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, f RIDAY jrORN"IXG. TECEimER V 19R 4 1' . CAPE GIRARDEAU TRIBUNE PublishedSEvery Friday. " British Sea Supremacy jl j JAMES P. WHITESIDE, Editor. Qne Year Six Months Three Months SUBSCRIPTION BATES $1.50 . One Month... SOc It Single Copy.. iii .. 50C 20c 05c Entrred at the Post Office at Cape Girardeau, Mo., M Second Class Matter. The FirstmtM ffitow (By L. R. Johnson) President Wilson's uniortuniatc sc'.ection of the question of the freedom of the .?cas as one of his fourteen points has proven ammunition of the most effective soit to the always a-ive and busy-propagand'st who never lutes an opportunity to fow seeds of dissension between Americans and their j kinsmen bcyo'id seas. An issue has been raised, the continued supremacy j jof the British fleet, that is entirely gratuitous as well &s entirely mJsehiev- J Juis. Why such an issue and who has made it? For centuf es the British feet has been .kept, maintained as the stron...

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. — 13 December 1918

THE CAPE GIRARDEAU TRIBUNE, CAPE GrRARDEAU, MISSOURI, FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 13, 1918 WtK 1 .5? 1 CO 13 ft." 3 $25.00 Stolen From W. H. B. Adams The Umbrella Man. The hard-earned savings of W. H. B. Adamr, the umbrella man, amounting to $25.00, were stolen recently. The day following the theft -Mr. Adams came to our bank and said; "In the future this boy is going to deposit his money in the First National." Don't wait until the horse is stolen before you lock the barn door. Bring your money to the First National and enjoy National Protection. first CITY NEWS IN BRIEF Miss El'a Tielman of Cana'ou was in the city Saturday ami Sunday visiting friends. She is a teacher in the Canal ou schools. Sam Jacobs, formerly of this city was in town the first of the week. lie nows holds a position in IJIythesviHe, Ark. He fiys Chris Freeman, former ly of this cily, is doing exceptionally well in the restaurant business in B.ythesville. A coach load of colored troops passed through the city last ...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 13 December 1918

13 TTTF, CAtt STfiAftDfiAP TftimjNE, CAVE CIRABPEAtJ. " MTSSOtJftl. -FRIDAY MCttNlNG. ttECttMEEft IS. 1913. fit . . AMONG THE ADVANTAGES OF A TRUST GOMPANY ARE CONTINUOUS EXISTENCE, INVESTMENT EXPERIENCE STATE SUPERVISION In addition the highly specialized service of a Trust Company cots no more than that of an indi vidual. Fjr thc.o reasons, amonji others, it is more and more becoming the practice anion" leaders of in dustry and finance to name a trust company as ex ecutor and trustee. It is well worth your while to watch the news re ports of the disposal of lare estalesand to consid er whether it would not be to your advantage to obtain the benefit of our service for your famiiyK whehsr yo lr estate be large or small. Tht oTi:;rs of 'this company will be lad to con sult with you on any Trust matter you may have in mind. WASHINGTON AGOG ABOUT PRESIDENT Capital Is Likened Unto Tower Of Babel Over Wilson's Absence (Dy J. K. Jsncs) Southeast Missouri Trust Co. Capital and Surplus $600...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 13 December 1918

THE CAFE GIRARDEAU TRIBUNE, CAFE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, FRIDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 13, iSiS. AUTO PARTS Parts for all cars 50,.' to.85,' off manufacturer's list price. Some of the cars vc have parts for: Overland, 'Maxwell, Buick, E. M. F., Flanders, Stndcbakcr, Aletz, Hupmobile, Chandlier Grant, 13rush, Mitchell, Hudson, Refiil.-Reo, Cadillac,. Marmon, . Paie, Jackson, Moon, Howard, Michigan and many others. Hish Tension Magnetos, Carburetors. Radiators, Axle Shafts, Gears, Bearings, Spark Plugs and Everything tor the Automobile Seme ol the complete motors we have for sale in good running condition: E. M. F., $60.00: Overland, $50.00; Regal Electric Starter, $S5; Reo, $75.00; Buick, $65; Maxwell, 25 Starter, $100.00; Hudson 32 Bosch Magneto, 110.00. Tungsten parts for all kinds of Coils and Magnetos. Springs for all makes of cars. Your isoueyV.vorth or your money back, and you are the judge. Write us ycur needs. AUTO PARTS COMPANY CAI'E (HvAk!iAL M' . ROCK LEVEE SPAN IS WASHED AWAY Cap...

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. — 13 December 1918

" w-v v- r , ... .. .w4 -ifECA? E-.GTB ARPEAU.-TRIBUNE,-CARD GrRARrjT i rr mtocat ivSrAmJU- WHAT 'SHALL I GIVE? Buy Jewelry for gifts this Christmas and see how much more Genuine . pleasure you receive out of the giving. You will be surprised what only a small amount will buy here in Reliable Jewelry. Our gift offerings have been chosen with care from a wide market where experi ence is needed to distinguish the worthy from the worthless. .We offer both economy and satisfaction. We enable you to see what you buy before you pay for it. We are here to please you. A Few Gifts of Real Worth. Watches Chains Charms Scarf Pins Silver Novelties Umbrellas Diamonds Necklaces Toilet Sets Fobs Brooches LaVallieres Pendants Rings Fountain Pens Birth Month Jewelry Cut Glass Silverware Clocks Mesh Bags Military Watches Comfort Kits ST. LOUIS MARKETS . St Louis, Mo. Cash Wheat Re ceived, 145,200 bushels, includiu? 73 cars local and 42 through. Offerings about 65 cars, of which close to sold to local...

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. — 13 December 1918

THE CAPE GIRAKDEAtJ TRIBUNE, CAPE GIRARDEAU, HISiSOtJlH, tttDAT MORNING, DECEMBER 13, 191 S. i i. City Council (Continued from last week.) -Section 20. ' License r orfe led When. Any merchant or manufact urer. Licensed under this ordinance. who shall knowingly file r suffer to be fi'ed a false statement of the ag gregate amount cf goods, wares and merchandise, or raw materials and finished - products, tools, machinery, and appliances required to be lued, shall, upon convicion, forfeit his li cense, and be- deemed guilty of a misdemeanor. and upon conviction thereof, shall be punished by a fine of not lets tluia twenty-five dollars ($25.0vJ) arid not more than one hun dred dollars ($100) or by imprison ment in the city jail not exceeding three months. r Section 21. Licensed Merchant or Manufacturer Must Deal or do Busi ness Where. No license granted by iiluc of this ordinance shaU author ize any merchant or manufacturer to tngagc in his business at more than one place ' within the ci...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 13 December 1918

THE CAPE GIRARDEAU TRIBUNE, CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 13, 191S. Make "Her Bream a Reality Xmas mo'rnin Give Her An All-Record WHO wants to give half-way gifts. The usual phono graph plays only one make of record, barring all oth ers. So such a gift limits enjoyment. Ouly the Brunswick of the four leading phonographs plays all records. So it is the phonographaffording the greatest enjoyment. Compare the tone with any other phonograph. You'll no tice the difference at once. It does not take a trained mu- sical ear to appreciate the superiority of the Brunswick. Hear it don't take our word alone, verified. Let these claims be The Ultona and All-Wood Tone Amplifier bring new de lights. See the Ultona, for playing different types of records. This all-record invention means you are not limited to ore line of records. The Brunswick comes in a size and price you want, cost. I ing you no more than others. Hear the Brunswick now. ready to buy. Even if you are not quit...

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