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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly tribune and the Cape County herald. — 25 January 1918

r THE DAILY TRIBUNE, CAFE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI. FRIDAY MOnXTNC, JANUARY 25, 101S. 3 Young Men Listen! In the months that are to come, when the demands made upon you for money will be greater than ever; when your creditors come to you for the payment of your bills; when that opportunity comes to you, as it comes to every man, whereby you are given a chance to make an investment that may mean your fortune later, be prepared to meet the conditions with a savings account. Start laying away a part of your weekly or monthly salary in this bank to-day and you will be surprised at the rapidity with which your funds will grow. SAVE YOUR MONEY. Be thrifty. F. H. KASSEL DEAD SAYS PRESIDENT AFTER LONG ILLNESS DIDN'T KNOW REAL ADMV mMniTTAlTC Well Known Jeweler Succumbed ImMtl I LullUlllUllrJ Yesterday Afternoon Will be Buried Tomorrow. After a lingering ilhie.- of several j months Fred H. Kassel, well known I jeweler of this city, died at his home , charge that the n,ililary yesterday -afternoon...

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. — 25 January 1918

4 THE DAILY TRIBUNE, CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI. FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 25, IMS. 8 ANNOUNCEMENT To assist in the conservation of fuel, the following trains will be annulled on Sunday, January 27th and each Sunday thereafter until further notice: NO. 827 leaving Cape Girardeau 3:55 p. m. " arriving Caruthcrsvillc 8:20 p. m. 828 leaving Caruthersville 5:55 a. m. " arriving Cape Girardeau 10:25 a. xxl 873 leaving Cape Girardeau 3:05 p. m, " arriving Poplar Bluff 6:55 p. m. 874 leaving Poplar Bluff 7:00 a. m. - " arriving Cape Girardeau 10:38 a. m. A. HILTON Passenger Traffic Manager RUSSIANS REJECT TERT.IS0F PEACE Delegates Leave Peace Confer enceFighting On Eastern Front To Be Regained. i i.1 5 : 113232 HGORE BROS. FIRST VALK ACROSS RIVER DISTRICT BOARD REVERSES 69 CASES r;ops NearPIacev Where Buck ncr Rojs Nearly Perished Tuesday. Farmers Who Were Exempted By Local Board Held For SerTice. PROBATE COURT DOCKET i More han two-thirds of the claims who are empoy-' ... ... ... 4. , . i or ...

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. — 8 February 1918

Missouri State Normal 8-25-7 Main Library T MO W ALL THE 1 HEW5VHILE IT IS it -'! rfr " NEWS INDEPENDENT IN EVERYTHING, BUI NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. THE, CAPE COUNTY HERALD, CAI E GIRARDEAU, MIS&ODRi, FEBRUARY 8, 1918 YOL:XVII NUMBER 7 TRIBUNE WEEKK CARBONDALEFIVE DEFEAT NORMAL IN FIRST CONTEST Visitors Come From Behind In Second Half Of Bask et Ball Game CAPE AHEAD IN FIRST HALF, IS OVERTAKEN Absence Of Cape's Center Blam ed For Defeat Another. Game Played Tonight The Cape Normal basketball team took its third consecutive defeat from M rfWv1V 111., five at the mal last night tfter making a stren- jsfcal Orchard, he said yesterday after ous effort to retain the lead gained in j noon upon returning from Maiden, the first half of the contest, Theince he brought two federal priso seore was 26:16 in favor of the visitors , ers, one charged with interfering The largest crowd ever seen at an the draft, and the other accused athletic event of the Normal School 'of violating the liquor law, ...

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. — 8 February 1918

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY IIERALD, FjtlDAY MORNING. FEBRUAB 8, 191S THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND THE CAPE COUNTY HERALD Every Friday by THE 'CAPE GIRARDEAU PUBLISHING COMPANY JAMES P. WHITESIDE, Editor. ONE DOLLAR PEE YEAR IN ADVANCE EDITORIAL PROHIBITION IMPOSSIBLE. The Pioneer, a prohibit ion paper published in Toronto, prints tin- follow ing article on home-made wines: "Many people are under the delusion that British and home-made wines aro not intoxicating;. They arc sometimes spoken of as 'tee totaler's drinks,' ami there are many. who. while abstaining from foreign wines, think then' is no harm in taking British wines. 'But these home-made wines are all imoieating for they art: fer mented iti precisely th- same way as other wines., and, generally r.K aking, t h-'y contain as much alcohol, i.r even more than heer. The only difference Is t hat ii.r ign wi...- ar.- supposed lo he mud- -m ir-l " from tiie grape, whilst Britis! wim - are made from a vario tv of fruits. Tiie...

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. — 8 February 1918

TUY1 WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD, FRIDAY MORNING, FEERUAP.Y 8, I CREWS CRAZED militant ;-:d military i OM !M AND JOIN 0Mf0f;mr,2. h BY SUFFERING VI 14 ' V.'Cj-'U X . "t-ta k A;' .V "t" fc.i 2 U IJ-IJoat Victims Lick !!oat For Moisture And Seek Death In Sea .:. - : - . -a - - - - . : i "v-n -. .r .- r, ; .1 ' P 1 Uses every means in its power to protect its soldiers, its sailors and its private citizens. The National Government has established national banks which offer you every means in their power to protect your money. Open a checking account or a savings account to-day. ri. ST1 V" !;.'' sa U . ' ....' " i ' to :) i 1-: 1 1 i-.-" --- of ''.- 11.1 ai I'V'i !;a-real!la . j The Jirsi c;;m is tivif if a t.si--it;:- r ! s'.nsriitT v !:';i "i Ii:ti l iu t(rj,oi-l n: i;1 - . :i Jlutnlay. i.h:;u; -v: r::ii:.;. :is ui:;il. i i In the Atli'.r.tU-. Z?) Thv Chl.'f l:-! ' r t -...!; !:: . .v ., fc1 1-T- ': ;j 4? v; - FIRST NATIONAL BANK. 14 li'iY NEWS IS BRIEF iim immiih iii 1 1 iii...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune And The Cape County Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly tribune and the Cape County herald. — 8 February 1918

THE .WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD. , ITdD Y. CORNING, FEEIiUAKY . lfl - r . r S. E. MO. PHYSICIANS FORCED TO WORK 1" IN KRUPP PLANT! N 'J li Keeping Kiddies Oft the Street I GET COMMISSIONS li They Knit, Sew, Draw and Enjoy Dainties k.VAii' .Alii; UucIeOfCape Druggist Among Deported Men And Prisoners Are j g llriif-n tnl. CI I..r !"- Clnr- S New Officers Of U. S. - Ariaj . . u amir .-71ifcvCIJ ll VI . 1 man Authorities ' ' ' Washington, .vcb. 8. Three physi cians from Southeast Missouri are amoral these who were awarded a commission in the officers reserve corps of the national army according to an official announcement made by the Adjutant General today Dr. II. I.. Re;d, of Charleston, Mo., v.as ma-ie : reserve ecr: the m-eica amy. (Correspondent or the Chiea-o X.-ws.) if KSIgPS ;! d:.y ..Ko was. . j 5JWMSW I '',oynl n Ki"'''s nmiiitin works ia 5 PgW Kn. Germany, makes the startling '3 " ' :m'1 War J1w'--'-i'd factories. Most of :j f&M&3tS& . ..:JMl r"f: v. the...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune And The Cape County Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly tribune and the Cape County herald. — 8 February 1918

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD. FltfpAY MOltNtNC. FEBRUARY S, 151S Legal Notices establishing, opening, widening and dcau Court of Common Pleas, of the of said Com, this 19th day of Janu extending of Fainter Avenue, from County of Cape Girardeau, Missouri, ary, 1918. BEN VINYARD, Clerk, the North line of Harmony Street run-, at &e City of Cape Girardeau ar.d . ,. . - ; State of Missouri, is the place, hereby nmg Northward a distance of approx-l , 1 fixed for the hnnntr nn tho nptilioTi IN THE CAPE GIRARDEAU COURT ; imately Six Hundred Eighty (680) fild herein by the City of Cape Girar- cu.i.uu.m ixtAo i- Aiv icet to tne Soutn line oi me cape ui- deau, Missouri, and fcr the appoint FOR CAPE GIRARDEAU COUN.-j rardeau-Jackson Gravel Road (also ment of three disinterested commis TY AND STATE OF MISSOURI, known as Broadway Street) in the sioners, freeholders of property in the City of Cape Girardeau, County of County cf.Cap Girardeau, Missouri, Cape Girardeau and State of ...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune And The Cape County Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly tribune and the Cape County herald. — 8 February 1918

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD, FRIDAY MORNING, FErtRU. r S f ft ? I ! V " s J; City Council (ISO) feet of parcels 1S4, 183, 185a and 186; and all of parcels No. 187, 190, 193, 198, 199, 200, 201' 203, 204, 207. 208. 210. 217. 218, 219, 223, 224 BEFORE THE HONORABLE JOHN ;225, 229. 230, 231, 268, 235, 236,237,241 A. SNIDER JUDGE OF THE CAPE 242- 243, 292, 293, 294, 295, 293,, 247 GIRARDEAU COURT OF COM MON PLEAS, CAPE GIRARDEAU COUNTY AND STATE OF MISS. OURL In Vacation, 1918. City of Cape Girardeau, Plaintiff, vs. August II. Hainan, Emma Haman, his wife, Benjamin Eucltemann, Annettie Uuelteman his wife, Matilda Masters, a wi.low, Louis Hunze and Kate Hunze, Lis wife, Margaret Hunze, widow of August Hunze, Emelia Seehausen, wi dow of Henry Seehausen, William See hausen, Andrew Seehausen, Walter Seehausen, Edward Seehausen, Helen Scr-hauon, Myrtle Seehausen,heirs of Henry Seehausen, deceased, Christian Fsini.-.n and Martha Haman, his wife. Defendant?. NO. r.cx;:? l!!ition ...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune And The Cape County Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly tribune and the Cape County herald. — 15 February 1918

ri State Normal 8-25-7 aiain Library WEEKLY TRIBUNE! 1 ? ALL THE HEW3 WHILE IT IS Rt ' NEWS INDEPENDENT IN EVERYTHING. BUT NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. L VOL:XVII THE CAPE COUNTY HERALD, CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, FEBRUARY 15, 1918 NUMBER 8 COUNTY TO RAISE CAP! BAIN GOES TO TEXAS CAMP, JOINS AVIATORS BOLO PASHA, SPY FOR GERMANY, IS DOOMED TO DIE DEFICIENCY JILL OF $1,107,000,000 UP TO CONGRESS $l,660,O00OFU.S. HUGE WAR FUND Ji 1 t BUILDING ONE OF AMERICA'S IMMENSE VICTORY-BEARERS j . j f-l I : , . ,M . ..., ! Banks in City and County Are Asked to Help Government TO TAKE 10 PERCENT OF FUNDS IN U. S. BONDS Cape Girardeau County Has Al ready Contributed $1,000,000 to U. S. For War. Anticipating a shortage of the re prrcd $10,000,000 C00 which, accord ing to the estimate of Secretary Mc- Adoo are needed till June 1, to carry on the war against Germany, the Gov ernment has sent out circulars to all banks of the coutry asking the bank ers to assist in raising this amount by a bond issue, which will...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune And The Cape County Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly tribune and the Cape County herald. — 15 February 1918

2 THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD, FRI1AY MORNING, FEBRUARY 15, i&lS THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE U A VC IC FT FfTFtt ivn Tnr nkw rnnvTv Hro tin 111 1 U IU LliLw JJ GO. P. CHAIRMAN ADAMS QUIT RACE AND THE CAPE COUNTY HERALD Every Friday byi THE CAPE GIRARDEAU PUBLISHING COMPANY JAMES V. WHITESIDE, Editor. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR IN ADVANCE EDITORIAL I Indiana Republican Nomina ted By His Strongest Opponent. ELECTION A VICTORY FOR NEW YORK LEADER WHAT IS A RABBIT? Old Br'or Rabbit is rapidly coming into his own. From a despised pest V has risen to the dignity of a popular food. Following Mr. Hoover's an nouncement that the rabbit was not meat and could be eaten on meatless lays, Brer Rabbit has found his way to the tables of our very best homos. Australia has taken up the rabbit, and to-day frozen rabbits take third place in that country's exports. Rabbit sausage is becoming popu lar in the United States, vet as a food the hare is neither meat, nsh nor j a vegetable. In view of ...

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. — 15 February 1918

FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 13, 191? i?S3E5S 1 3C 1 1 nirn ait iiinnmi ht t riTin tiTftr i nr NMALKMJN B AKotlALU L LUUKS WI.AK I COME IN AND JOIN OUR HELD AS DISLOYAL: ROCKED TO SLEEP CHRISTMAS MING Released ou Booct to Appear for Preliminary Trial Next Wednesday. "Thunderbolt" Bryant Finds 'Battling" Ward Easy. Schaaf Beaten by Nenninger. 13 THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD, THE mE Uses every means in its power to protect its soldiers, its sailors and its private citizens. The National Government has established national banks which offer you every means in their power to protect your money. Open a checking account or a savings account to-day. FIRST NATIONAL BANK m"membe5J -cederal besehv BksS Y ST EMH CITY NEWS IN BRIEF ST. VINCENT PARISH WILL INVESTIGATE GETS NEW PASTOR FOOD COMPLAINTS V. : t ttt-r Forecast: Much colder to ,';:v Strong v- v.il winds. !rv. Orr-ii WiVon r: ceived a l-'tter f.-,.-!;: her hu-band in Waiington in-f,- .i!ir.; her thill he liked bis new jrov- itl...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune And The Cape County Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly tribune and the Cape County herald. — 15 February 1918

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AST CAPE COUNTY tTERALD, rnilUY MORXiNG. FEBRUARY 1", vn NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION. Notice is hereby given that letters of administration upon the estate of HENRY WILSON deceased have been granted to the undersigned by the Probate Court of Cape Girardeau County, Missouri, j bearing date the 19th day of January, 1918 All persons having claims against I The said estate arc required to exhibit them to the undersigned for allowance vyithin six months from the date of COUNTY GIVES D. M. SCIVALLY RAISE ETON JACKET 70 BE POPULAR Sleeves on Spring Suits Are Tight rntf Cuffs. More Often Than Net, Are Exaggeratedly Flaring. In one Fifth avenue Ii.u-:e, whore FORMER CONVICT i IS POTASH KING -! 4 TT 1 7. - ! - - I i.miniv ninnwav riii'iucti uc : tp,wr :. ... . " J o J r i-ne.-.s in ru-j upon 111'.' (Tent ion T i r . .vdut.i ui aiiii; un oiuuc I lit' appointed Court Session Adjourned Yestfrday of Aiiierienn-uiad- suits and jmwus. tncre is a decided movement toward the Emu jacke...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune And The Cape County Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly tribune and the Cape County herald. — 15 February 1918

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE ANTD CAPE COUNTY KfilfcALD. FRIDAY MQ.VLC, FEBRUARY 13, tflt s '.-tiv; inten.i Legal Notices TV THK r.APK r.INAUnFATT POTT'PT Oi COMMON PLEAS IN AND FOR CAPE GIRARDEAU COUN- TY AND STATE OF MISSOURI, February Term, 191S. City of Cape Girardeau, Plaintiff, VS. Christian J. K?i.senbichler and Mary 15. Reisenbichlcr. Ins wife. Fred V. Schrader,' Alonzo L. Farrar and Ro- setta Farrar. his wife. J. A. Morris and Sarah Morris, his wife, August four (2-1) feet wide cn th- North end, this order be published four etweu-1 twenty-eight and two tenths. (128.2) j ' 142) feet to the North side of Hai-Si-haf. r :,m M.-rv Sirh-.r h wifo. bcir.ir a strin of cround off the ex- tiv ivrrk nror t th- of the f long off the North side of Lot No. ' ny street; thence run Westwardly W. C. Lambert and Lou T nmhprt hi.s wife, J. William Pierce, Emelia'Two (2), Thre Seehaufor, widow of Henry See- li-usc-n. lfcjaried, William Seehau- Andrew Seehauscn, Walter See-. -n, hauxen, K1 ward Serhau.en...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune And The Cape County Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly tribune and the Cape County herald. — 15 February 1918

THE WEEKLY TRIBTTN"E AST) CAPE COT'NTT ITERAT.D. FIJI DAY MOTCXIXG. FFHRUARY iflS BUSCH DENIES HEjU. S. CONTRACTOR! FAIR BOARD WILLlCAPT. TINSLEY IS GREEN COX WILLS CHAS. BUCHANAN GERMANS GRAB ABUSED WOMANilS BEATEN DEAF ELIMINATE GAMES MADE INSPECTOR j 1 1 76 ACRES $2754 ; SENT TO PRISON MORE SAMMIES AT POOR FARM BY POLICEMAN OFCHANCEIN 1918 OF MUNITIONS TO HIS FAMILY IN WASHINGTON RFRIINRFPflRTS - u- am m j A & j Mrs Rosy Campbell Says He Broke Her Arm and Lock ed Her in Cell Held in Jail 7 Hours Before Being Treated By Physician Objection by Citizens Last Fall Cause of New Rule Former Manager of Missouri I Will of Wealthy Cape Coun-jGets From Five To Fifteen; Teutons Reveal Location of I ublic Utilities v.o. is in ; ty farmer mod n Com- i ears For Kohhorv rhir I'nited Stafes Troops In France Washington, D. C. mon Pleas Court Whifcner Is Told COUNTY OFFICIALS IGNORE HER CHARGE FINED ON CHARGE OF INDECENT CONDUCT ALL OFFICERS OF BOARD RE-ELECTED FOR YEAR SAYS IT. S. ARMY REST j...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly tribune and the Cape County herald. — 22 February 1918

Normal School, 1 Cap Girardeau, Ha. ' WEKEM KiB ONE n INDEPENDENT IN EVERYTHING. BUT NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. L r- - - ALL THE 1IEW3 WHILE IT IS rrr"' NEWS 1 i n. t5 1 VOL:XVII THE CAPE COUNTY HERALD, CAPE GIRARDEAU MISSOURI, FEBRUARY 22. 1918 NUMBER 9 COURTPACKEDAS PARMENTER GOES ON MURDER TRIAL ELEVEN INDICTED IN INVESTIGATION OF PROFITEERING Defendant's Family and Wid ow of Slain Policeman in Courtroom Crowd FIVE WITNESSES WERE EXAMINED YESTERDAY Defendant'6 Attorneys Put State's Witnesses Through Se vere Cross-examination. - Nation - Wide Search For Profiteered Is Now Under Way. SAMMIES LEARNING ARTILLERY WORK IN FRANCE CHARGED WITH TAKING CLOTH FOR UNIFORMS Five witnesses wer examined yes terday afternoon by the State, in the iurder trial of John II. Pa'TiiMer, tlaised with KUyuig Pat-clmaii Al beit Demortiers, October 27, last, and n't were put through a set-. v :!lirv !y the attorney! for the defence in an i-tf-.it to shake their tettrr-..v One Government Believed To Have . Lost $...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly tribune and the Cape County herald. — 22 February 1918

THE DAILY TRlBPjiS. CAPE nCTRARDEAU, MISSQUftLiAY 2. 151E CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE WILL NOT BOYCOTT TEUTONS AFTER WAR AND THE CAPE COUNTY HERALD E?erj Friday byi THE CAPE GIRARDEAU PUBLISHING COMPANY JAMES P. WHITESIDE, Editor. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR IN ADVANCE EDITORIAL THE HO V SCOUTS DUTY. The lioy Stoats of America, numbering nearly t'.OO.OOO have responded to the mjuet of the President with hearty unanimity and will undertake, as their iirst despatch-bearing service, a distribution of copies of the President'.1; Flag address." published by the Com-mittee on Public Information in pam phlet form on September 15, 1117, and regarded as the most comprehensive statement that has been issecd by the Government in regard to the funda mental is.-ucs of the war. II is a desire of the Administration that this pamphlet have careful study by the people of the country and the Lay Scouts, acting: as despatch bear ers directly under command of the Preidont. will place the document in the hand of live m...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune And The Cape County Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly tribune and the Cape County herald. — 22 February 1918

iir-rr.i TtSa tASti tftlstM& &Jte GrfUftfrfeAt;. itffiftU FaipAY morning, February 22. iois. BOND in irav w: $4.13 will buy you a $5.00 Baby 'Bond. Se$ a So licitor at once. In doing so you make a good invest ment and Help Win the War. We kave a good supply oh hand aad will gladly ac commodate yon here if yon desire. FIRST NATIONAL BANK FATALLY BURNED AS SHORTAGE OF HELP EXPLODESlRAISES FARM WAGES GASOLINE , . , . i .... Hear Taylor Of JaeV son Dies Qf Injuries Received At Rock . Cf fa1 thing Plant CITY NEWS IN BRIEF Unsettled to- sltion as telegraph oaerBtoc. ' Bert Martin, a sea ef VLr toi &Sr j. Weather Forecast: day and cobi. Mrs. M. S. Beck has returned from Littlo Rock, Ark,, where she spent western section of the atate. the winter with Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Giegory aEjT3fr. and Mrs. N Upton. R. U J0D8B of cosiness tn the Cap yctftorfey. Will F. Bergmana aad D. H fisttk retnrned yesterday afteraoaa . tram Joplin and ether cities to tat awta- they gathered information ...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune And The Cape County Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly tribune and the Cape County herald. — 22 February 1918

TBE PAILT TMSPyfi CAJB filTMAPEAU. tVtSMtfltl.. FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 22, 191S. A BABY IFe Iti EUEBY CM.2 $4.13 will buy you a $5.00 Baby Boad. Scea so licitor at once. In doing so yon make a good iflTrst ment apd Help Win ikt War. We kaYc a good supply on hand aad will gladly ac commodate you here if yon desire. FIRST NATIONAL BANK N. FATALLY BURNED ASiSHORTAGE OF HELP GASOLINE EXPL0DES1RAISES FARM WAGES Heary Taylor Of. Jackson Dies Oflnjorici fteceived At Rock Crashing Plant CITY NEWS D) BRIEF Unsettled Weather Forecast a ay sua car. Mm. 3L 8. Beck has returned from Little. Rock, ArX., where she spent i he winter with Mr. and Mrs. 11. M. fciegory and Mr. and Mrs. N Upton. Qleaa Vandivert of Caruthersville, vas one of the. delegates attending the euTtalifB ef lumbermen here yester day. Corp. Charles Blattner, Jr., who has keen home on a furlough from Camp Doniphan, was unable to re turn te hit post yesterday on account f illness. He is (suffering from the mumps and hat; asked f...

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. — 22 February 1918

-11 CHARGES WILSON DR. SCHUCHERT IS FOOD EXPERT TO GOODS STOLEN IN POT POLITICS IN COMING BACK, AS ADDRESSMEETING FORNFELT; , ONE WAR EFFICIENCY BAND DISSOLVES ON CONSERVATION SUSPECT HELD Senator Weeks Bitterly As sails President and War r secretary. Nineteen Members Of Mo. Sixth Band Sent To An other Kami. Big Gathering of Southeast Missouri Delegates Here March 7th. Lady's Coats are Identified as Property of Mrs. Frank Steck TELLS SENATE WILSON DEMANDED SECRECY OTHERS ARE-WITHOUT ASSIGNMENT AT CAMP SCHEDULE OF MEATLESS DAYS GIVEN TO HOTELS MEN, PRISONER SAYS cHB DAILY TRIBUNE. CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, ?S1DAV !tf 6RS1XC,' f EtfAfttM M L ' . ,"'''' ' -' Kidirulcs Statement of Secretary Baker As To Ccnditioos In Army. . Washington, Feb. 15 President Wilson was charged with deliberately injecting publics into the controversy of ar efficiency bv Senator Weeks, a RcTBb!iea;i member of the "Military Comn'lttec, in a : pecch td;fy vigor ously -Tnticizing the War Department and other bra...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune And The Cape County Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly tribune and the Cape County herald. — 22 February 1918

eJlE DAILY TRIBUNE. CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI. FRIDAY MORS'lXG, FEBRUARY 22, IMS. CHARGES WILSON DR. SCHUCHERT IS FOOD EXPERT TO GOODS STOLEN IN : - . POT POLITICS IN COMING BACK, AS ADDRESS MEETING FORNFELT; ONE WAR EFFICIENCY BAND DISSOLVES ON CONSERVATION SUSPECT HELD Senator Weeks Bitterly As sails President acd War - secretary.- Nineteen Members Of Mo. Sixth Band Sent To An other Band. Big Gathering of Southeast Missouri Delegates Here March 7th. Lady's Coats are Identified as Property, of Mrs. Frank Steck I iilhr n ami mvk '"5 E s i ?. - TELLS SENATE WILSON 'DEMANDED SECRECY Kidteulcs Statement of Secretary liaker As To Conditions 11 Iu Army. Washington, Feb. 15 President Wilson was charged with deliberately injecting politics into the controversy of var ei'icicncy by Senator Weeks, a Kopnblicaa member of the Militarv V Cominittcc. in a : pecch Way vigor ously jt-riticizin the War Department and tfth'.r branches of the Govcrn ment." Siifrporting tiie Military Committee' War Cab...

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