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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly tribune and the Cape County herald. — 14 September 1917

THE WEEKLY TR UNE ALL THE HEW3WHILEITISI " NEWS - Ji THE NEWSPAPER THAT COVERS SOUTHEAST MISSOURI LIKE THE DEW. VOL. XVI THE CAPE COUNTY HERALD, CAPE GIRARDEAU MISSOURI, SEPTEMBER 14 1917, NUMBER 39 IB I-IT' GERMAN GIVEN PASSPORTS BY BUENOS AYRES Ultimatum to Germany by Argen tine Will Follow Dismissal of German Envoy U-Boat Ques tion Revived. RUSSIAN REBELS ADVANCING; MARTIAL LAW IN PETROGRAD Aliens in U. S. to be Drafted for Military Service French Make Big Gains Against German Lines. Buenos Ayres, September 12. Count Luxburg, German charge, was hand e,' his passports today by the Argentine Foreign Office. The dismissal of the German envoy elusion since the United States reYealed the correspondence between Count Lurburg with the German Government. He was absent from the city during the revelations and returned early this morning. Upon his return he had a conference with the foreign minister following which he departed for the Ger man legation, where he was given his passports. The...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune And The Cape County 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. — 14 September 1917

THB WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD, TrTuSSIUY MORNtXG, REPTEMBE R 13, 117. THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND THE CAPE COUNTY HERALD Etctj Friday by THE CAPE GIRARDEAU PUBLISHING COMPANY. JAMES P. WHITESIDS, Editor. ONE DOLLAR PER DEMOCRATS GOING INTO ECLIPSE. Newspaper readers who are familiar with the Globe-Democrat and St. Louis Republic, know these newspapers are not accustomed to looking through the same political keyhole or feasting on pie together. It is therefore unique as well as amusing to note that these two great political organs are lined up together, each trying to outdo the other in warn ing and advising the leaders of the Democratic party. Readers of the Globe Democrat are told that the "Democrats must stand together," fighting the battles of democracy. This great Republican evangelist is issuing orders to the Democratic Iead cis in this State, and they are obeying with abject meekness. The Globe Democrat has sent word out to the brethern at the forks of the creek, u...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune And The Cape County 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. — 14 September 1917

Women Urged According to instructions from Washington, the local chapter of the Red Cross has issued a call to all Cape Girardeau women who are knitting sweaters, socks, wristlets, caps and other articles for soldiers, to send them in right away to the Red Cross work rooms, Himmelberger-Harrison Building. The reason for the urgency of the appeal is due to the early winter in Europe, and the sudden change from a warmer to a colder climate. More than a million articles knitted by American women will be sent to Europe with the next consignment. MRS. J. S. KOCHTITZKY, Directress First National Bank CITY NEWS IN BRIEF Weather Forecast: Fair today; ris ing temperature. Zona Zimmermann tame up from Zcta, Stoddard County, yesterday aft ernoon to transact some business and visit the Fair. City Counselor Knehans went to Dloomficld yesterday to look after tome legal business. The wedding of Miss Dorothy Cell of the Cape and Lieut. Eugene Pendlc ton Carver took place in Boston, Mass., several d...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune And The Cape County 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. — 14 September 1917

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD, TtttI"-.jDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 13, 1917. Famous Ozark Feud Ends As Noted Slayer Is Slain Charley Hampton, noted feudist of the hills, dies as the result of a mountain quarrel Had slain two men and each time acquitted. West Plains, Mo., Sept. 8. The Ga zette today publishes a "Deadwood Dick" story from the Ozark hills. The story follows: "Don't shoot him again; Charley is 'dead." This was the plea of Dave Hampton, young brother of Charles L. Hampton, shot to death by Joe W. Long in an Ozark County feud last week. The plea came when Long, aft er shooting his enemy with a shotgun, walked to the body with a drawn re volver, to fire again. Hampton was killed instantly, the shot striking him in the face and head. The top of his head was blown off by the charge of buckshot. Hampton was a farmer and live stock dealer and for many years had lived near Dugginsville, in Ozark County, within a short distance of where an imaginary line separates the St...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune And The Cape County 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. — 21 September 1917

r WEEK RIB O NE W- ALL THE NEWS WHILE IT IS rh " NEVS L THE NEWSPAPER. THAT COVERS SOUTHEAST MISSOURI LIKE THE DEW. VOL.XVI THE CAPE COUNTY HERALD, CAPE GIBABDEAU MISSOURI, SEPTEMBER 21 191?, NUMBER 40 THE SEPARATED FORlREISENBICHLER 2 YEARS, COUPLE IS RECONCILED Mrs. Frieda Scotti and Hus band Forget Marital Troubles. HUSBAND RETURNED WEDNESDAY MORNING Reconciliation is Effected bj the Oldest Daughter of Estranged Couple. Through the efforts of their oldest daughter, Mrs. Frieda Scotti, who has conducted a confectionery store on Broadway for two years, and her hus hand, Joseph Scotti, have become rec onciled and are now making arrange ments to take up their new home in the Cape. They have rented the Wil son house east of the post-office whkh they intend to occupy in a few days. The couple had been separated for two years. They had lived in Tuzon, Ariz., where Mr. Scotti was engaged in the theatrical business. He is well known in theatrical circles, haying managed some of the bigges...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune And The Cape County 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. — 21 September 1917

t THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD, FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 21. 1917. THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND THE CAPE COUNTY HERALD Erery Friday by THE CAPE GIBABDEAU PUBLISHING COMPANY. i JAMES P. WHITESIDE, Editor. ONE DOLLAB PEB YEAB IN ADVANCE GIFTED. The Sikeston Standard is one of the Democratic yokels in this part of the State now condemning Senators Reed and Stone. As the editor of the Stan dard is a brother of the "Horse Editor," we presume it is perfectly natural for v the Standard to bray like an ass. HOM E-GROWN PATRIOTISM. Our ancient and good-natured f riend, the Cash-Book, proceeds to emulate a mule with a burr under its fly-swatter, because The Tribune canvassed the "leaders" of the Democratic party in this county, a few days ago, and found that all but one indorsed the records of Senators Stone and Reed. The Ca.sh-Uook, believing that we were in possession of its rabbit foot, thereupon made a house-to-house canvass of the county and found probably two score of men, ...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune And The Cape County 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. — 21 September 1917

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD, ; FRIDAY 3IORNING, SEPTEMBER 21, 1917. The local chapter of the Red Cross is making a special effort o get every housewife in Cape Girardeau to save all the magazines and other periodicals that come to her home for the soldiers so that these young men will have something wholesome to employ their minds when not actually at drill. Miss Birdie Mae Adams has willingly consented to look after che collection of this read ing matter and those women who have recent periodicals that they have finished reading are asked to telephone Miss Adams, phone 666f and she will have someone call to collect them. Be sure that you save the most recent issues of the magazines for the soldier boys enjoy fresh literature. In case you care to bring your magazines down town deliver them to the Red Cross headquarters, fourth floor, Himmelberger-Harrison Building, The first shipment of reading matter from Cape Girardeau will be made September 22, so you are urged to b...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune And The Cape County 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. — 21 September 1917

fctifi frEifct TRifeuNfi AKb tXPt cotJNf t fei&Atf), Friday JtoftKitfc, September 21, idi7. Your Grocer will deliver You've enjoyed it at re;tatrrar.t3 and other placer, now you want your family zr.i ycur guests to join you in the same pleccurc. That's oz cf ths joys of serving Bevo to hczr your guests say hear good it is then to listen to their aruracrts as to jusi vlict it is. If they haven't seen the bct'le theyl! all arci that it vj sorr.cthir.r; eke if th:y hnv- seen thi bottle each will have a ciucrrnt cxplann'.'.on fcr j; goodness. Bevo is nutritive pure through r5strariztion aivl sterilization non-iiitriicaii "??. wl'o)er-cie and tlv-ir-oughly refreshing. Nzic Uevo shot.id I z served coIJ. Bevo the cll-yszr-Vcund tcit Crlr.li. Get Bevo at inn-..ixitmrEn,s. frtxricr.. ds'jnrtrr.r.t ani drrg storr?, picnic Erciuod?, !3:rbr.U ts-ks. s'u f'-unteir.s. dinlnj; .-, frn-. hipv. sn'l othrr pl--cs wlirr rrf-cOuii f-evrt rr; 3. i !. C.ajrd agawsl substitute Lsve t;.c bolli-: tv '-J...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune And The Cape County Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly tribune and the Cape County herald. — 21 September 1917

tHE WEEKLY TRifeUXE AfcD CAtt COtJNT ftEfUtb, inmSO.it MORXlNG, SEPTEMBER 20, 1517. SOCIETY LADIES TO BE INDICTED FOR GAMBLING Fair Directors to Have Grand Jury Take Up Matter. RESULT OF ARREST OF "DOC" CLEMENT Banker it Witaeij and Ready U Testify Ladies Violated Betting Laws. Prosecution of the society ladies w ho were used as witnesses in getting a wan-ant against G. W (Doc, Cle ment on charges of setting up a gam bling device during Fair week was an nounced yesterday evening by one of the Fair directors as a counter-action against the -threatened investigation by the grand jury into the business of Clement during the Fair. Those lead ing the prosecuting of Clement on the grounds that he violated the State laws are said to have threatened to take the matter before the jrrand jury for investigation. '- Several leading society ladies of the Cape were seen to play Clement's vh el. A banker informed The Tnb: une he zvw one man who was pressing tln prosecution of Clement urge these la...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune And The Cape County 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. — 21 September 1917

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD, v ...'j i p ,nii 1 1 WHAT THE WAR HAS COST. - ' ' Congressman Hastings, of Oklahoma, last week presented to Congress a siatement, showing the cost of the present war. The speech was delivered before Congress made its last war appropriation of eleven billion dollars, and therefore shows an expenditure by this country of something more than $5,000,000,000. The statement follows: In point of cost, the present war is more than double the combined cost of all wars for 125 years, or from the beginning of the French (Revolution. The estimated cost of the Russo-Japanese war, 1904-5, was $2,500,000,000; ire Franco-Prussian war, 1870-71, $3,000,000,000; the Napoleonic wars, 1793 1H5, 50,250,000,000; the Civil War, 1S61-G5, $80,000,000,000; the War of 1812, $;;00,000,000; the Mexican War, $180,000,000; and the Spanish-American War of 1898, $800,000,000. It is estimated that all the wars for the past 125 years prior to this one c:st about $33,000,000,0...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune And The Cape County 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. — 5 October 1917

TRIBOME 1 AIL TOE IIEW5 VHIIE IT IS w twos INDEPENDENT IN EVERYTHING; TOT NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. i THE CAPE COUNTY HERALD, CAPE GIBABDEAU MISSOUBI, OCTOBER 5, 1917 NUMBER 42 CENTRAL HIGH IS VICTOR IN FIRST FOOTBALL GAME Local Team Defeated Perry Hie Eleven by Score of 12:0 JACKSON HIGH SCHOOL ALSO SCORES VICTORY Central High to go to Perryville Next Saturday for Game With College Boys. Central High School inaugurated its football season with a 12 -0 victory over the eleven from the PerryviHe St. Vincent's College at the Fair grounds Park yesterday afternoon be fore one of the-alrgest crowds that ever witnessed a game. The victory was principally due to the splendid playing of Zack Massengill and Capt Lorenzo Kinder, who are consider.1! the best players on this year's team. During the first two quarters the two teams battled back and forth without scoring. It seemed that the teams were so well matched that the game would result in a scoreless tie, but the local boys braced up in the thi...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune And The Cape County 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. — 5 October 1917

4 2 THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE ' AND THE CAPE COUNTY HESALD " ' Erery Friday bji THE CAPE GIRARDEAU PUBLISHING COMPANY. JAMES P. WHITESIDE, Editor. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR IN ADVANCE George B. Parsons, of Sikestotn known as the lawyer without a practice is threatening1 to have James A. Reed removed from the United States Senate. If everybody took Mr. Parsons as seriously as he takes; himself, he would likely be in the Senate instead of Mr. Reed. Eut unfortunately JTr. Parsons was born in the dark of the moon. THE POST-DISPATCH'S ATTITUDE. 1 In its issue of last Wednesday, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch devoted 5ts leading editorial to an attack upon Senator Stone, referring to him as a tiaitor. In the course of the editorial, the Pots-Dispatch said Senator Stone ought tojtc expelled because his conduct was giving encouragement to the enemy. In the same isVue and in a column adjoining that -which contained the dishonest assault upon Senator Stone, it published a letter that teemed with ji'reas...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune And The Cape County 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. — 5 October 1917

V tan tirSfifcLf. TttbUKfc AM) CAfi cotiKtiT tt&ALiV Friday m6rix(l octobeu s. 1917. THEU. S. GOVERNMENT Strongly urges purchasers of 3J per cent Liberty Bonds to wait a time with patience until the new 4 per cent bonds are reaHy for delivery, which will be very shortly, as indicated by the following from the Federal Reserve of St. Louis, Mo. ' . ' ' "We feel that we cannot call to your notice tootrongly that applica tions for 31 per cent added - expense and labor on your cases where the bonds are actually needed: Applications for more exchanges will entail bonds shoulh only be made in part, as well as Ours in subsequently re-exchanging them for jiew bonds." We are glad, and without thought of compensation to assist you in any way we can in Liberty Loan transactions. First National Bank Send for Booklet, "How Does it BenefitMe?" CITY HEWS Di BRIEF Weather Forcast: . Fair today anl cooler. Charles A. Smiley, owner of the Crescent restaurant went to Morlcy yesterday evening on bus...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune And The Cape County 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. — 5 October 1917

THE WEESLT TRIBUNE AND CAJS C0UNTTXS1UU), FRIDAY OCTOBER S, 1917. FIVE FROM CAPE ARE INJURED IN FRISCO WRECK Passenger and Freight Train Collide Near Ste. Genevieve. ENGINE OF PASSENGER . TRAIN FALLS IN GREEK Injured Cared for on Scene St. Louis Woman Critically Hurt. J SOUEOF THOSE HURT IN THE FRISCO WRECK The Passengers from Cape Girardeau who were injured are: Mrs. Florence Boone; bruise on top of the head. Mrs. R. B. Dobson, 114 S. Pacific St., bruised and shaken up. Dorothy Dobson, 9 months old, daughter of Mrs. Dobson, cut on the left cheek. Mrs. Phil R. Williams, wife of tne physician, 19 S. Ellis Street, cuts about the face and bruises about the body. . , Roy Williams, son of Dr. and Mrs. Phil R. Williams, cuts about the face and body. Others injured were: Joseph MeDaniel, fireman on . passenger engink, fractured col lar bone and right arm and in ternal injuries George Weston, engineer cuts about the head and face and probably internal injuries. Mrs. T. B. Edwards, wife of D...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune And The Cape County 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. — 19 October 1917

B1 thew: :ribune ALL THE NEWS WHILE ITIS - NEWS u INDEPENDENT IN EVERYTHING, BUT NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. 1 VOL:XVI THE CAPE COUNTY HERALD , CAPE GIRARDEAU MISSOURI, OCTOBER 19, 1917 NUMBER 44 N L EEIiLY hi i L2 AMERSC AM SEEP SIM: a ME FOOD CAMPAIGN TO BE OPENED ON SUNDAY, OCT, 28 Washington Member of Na tional Food Committee to Be Here. WILL OUTLINE PLANS OF CONSERVATION OF FOOD Women of Entire County to Asked to Lend Aid in Coming Campaign. be The campaign for the conservation of food in Cape Girardeau County will be inaugurated on Sunday, Oc tober 28. when Bruce Kennedy, a member of the National Council r.f Defense will arrive here from Wash- ington to adrtress a mas ihb . . . i u n- w c ; that is being arranged by Dr. W. fc. j Dearmont, president of the Normal , nnd chairman of the County organ?- j zation for the conservation of food. Dr. Dearmont received1 a telegram from the National Council of De fense yesterday stating that Mr. Kennedy would be in the Cape on that day, and was a...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune And The Cape County 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. — 19 October 1917

IHE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD. FRIDAY MORNING. OCTOBER n. Idl7. THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND THE CAPE COUNTY HERALD Every Friday by) THE CAPE GLEAKDEAU PUBLISHING COMPANY. " JAMES P. WHITESIDE, Editor. ONi DOLLAR Fie YEAR IN ADVANCE EXEMPTING MARRIED MEN. Provost Jarshal General Crowler of the United States, army has ruled that all married men are to be exemnted from military service. In an" announcement to a District Board in the South, General Crowder held that a wife is dependent upon her husband, whether his or her relatives happened to be wealthy or hot. This ruling was made several weeks ago. but it failed to receive pub licity in Missouri until very recently. The 4'rovost Marshal General's ac tion was broad and settled an aggravating question. It has been report ed and generally understood that married men whose parents - or wife', parents were financially able to ca:e for their dependents would be tak en into the National Army. In emergency cases, this action migh...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune And The Cape County 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. — 19 October 1917

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AKD CAPE COUNTY HERALD, SATURDAY MORNING. - OCTOBER 20, 1917. HENDERgON 3V CORSETS CD. MATHEWS OF SIKESTON DIED OF SHORT ILLNESS COAL' FAMINE IN CAPE IMMINENT SAYSCITY DEALER The Married Life of Helen and Warren T TVT A T517T Originator of "Their Married y LUDILL, Life.- Author of -The Jour- HERBERT URNER "iwrbM . Woman Alone," Etc, WARREN'S DISCOVERY VINDICATES HELEN'S VIOLENT ANTAGONISM FOR A NURSE Something Worth That is what the women say about Henderson Cor sets how can they say otherwise they are of unparal leled excellence, require no tedious and tiresome "break ing iV and the style and fit is perfect. To round an angular form into attrac tive lines or to subdue a uell-developed figure into lithsome lines of grace is the mission of Henderson Corsets. Marie i.ilroy Carroll China Decorator Lessons Ord. r Work Attractive Gifts Terms Reasonable btudio, -2i South Spanish St. Phone No. 12 Wealher forecast: Tartly cloudy oJay and somewhat warmer. The six-year-old ...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune And The Cape County 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. — 19 October 1917

4 fjk Qff ASMS If . XM my - - ' 'zy A 1 rlrfrt! P m ' WfflflH jbadllniidk 5 j&S Si S88f8 f 'NS.IU. ST.JAC63.ltl- T. touis. na "What's the matter with my bread lately, and why doesn't my cake and pastry bake nicely as they used to? Are you asking these questions, as hundreds of other women are now? Are you wondering why your baking results are not right recently? Don't blame yourself; it's not your fault, for rain-damaged wheat is the reason The last crop of wheat was simply naked with rains. Wheat neatly everywhere, wheat that would have been high grade, was practically ruined by wet weather. Such wheat makes poor flour; flour without strength and vitality and so fermented by moisture that it won't rise properly in baking. Only a very few sections, favored by good weather, were ftb'c to raise any high-grade wheat. With so little of it to be had, hich grade wheat went aivay up in price. But we didn't hesitate an instant we 6ent our own men to every section where any high grade wh...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune And The Cape County 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. — 19 October 1917

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AXp CPE COVXTT-HERAtP. HUP-AY M03MNG, OCTOB litf. Jf ta fe S3 isa lea Ra iej ra to 5 FALL OF A PILLARS howitfeelsto BE BURIED ALIVE By E. RASBURY. "Miss Lena, you sholy is lookin' good In I:tt white wropper. You look too nice to wurk. I'll come up to de house by-nn-by an' straighten up. You jes' res' yo'self." When Judy expressed admiration for me or was solicitous of my comfort, I immediately experienced a vague feel ing of impending trouhle. "I mos' forgot dat yaller Sallie is on de hack porch wit I tin' to see yer." "Which yellow Sallie?" Yellow Sallies are as plentiful on an Arkansas plantation as roses in June. "Iat hyf'lutin nigger what calls her self Sadie." With a snort of contempt and a high head she trudged off to the kitchen humming: "De fire will ketch you sinner, run." "Good mornin. Miss Lena," said ft neat looking yellow girL as I came down the I iack veranda. "Miss Lena, I'se in a little t rubble an' I wauts you to help me outen it. I'se named Sadie...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune And The Cape County 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. — 19 October 1917

6 THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD, FRIDAY IIORMXC. OCTOEEE 19, 1917. - - . . LONG DISTANCE CHEER s HOW your good feeling bv a friendly chat. The Bell Long Distance and tol service will help you. The distant friend who calls you up to remind you of your birthday, which you thought everyone had forgotten, touches a sentimental chord in your nature. The greeting of loved ones far away is music to your ear. Absent friends seem very near at such a time. Its the touch of nature that makes the whole world kin. You bring sunshine into your own life and the lives of others by an appreciative use of your telephone. Cape Girardeau Bell Telephone Co. 10,000 ILLINOIS COAL MINERS0N STRIKE SI'RIXGFIELP, III.. Oct. 16. Bo causo wajre ir.ci eases did not become effective today, approximately lO.u'.'O c:-ul miners in Central Illinois ar? idle this mornin;:. it was admitted :.t tho offices of the Illinois Coal Op erators' Association. A 10 per cent raise for the miners was tentatively agreed...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune And The Cape County Herald, The
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