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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly tribune and the Cape County herald. — 22 February 1918

s THE DAILY THIBUNE, CAPE GIRARDEAU. MISSOURI. FRIDAY .MORNDfG, FEBRUARY 22. 1312. one hundred twenty eight and two City Council T r u .-.; TELLS GHASTLY TALE O. Wilson Puts I 1L1, VJi, 11 V.)'J, 200, 201' 20?,, 204f!a"w oi..ui.. -o. i-, anu a snip oj.i """ 207, 20, 210, 217, 218, 21l, 22J, 221 ground seven (7) fect wide and one! lik.t UKJS 1 HJ-: HU.MabLe, juma ! 227., 22, 2S0, 231. 2o8, 2U5, 2::e,2:J741 ; hundred ten A. SNIDER JUDGE OF TilE CArE GIRARDEAU COURT OF COM MON FLEAS, CAPE GIRARDEAU "1". !:17 , .. ..-r-.i-' x?l CI' 'IT.' -!.' TCt? " " ' ..v.-. & x - w .-.. , ., .,,,1 .1,1 OL'RI. Ciy o.' In Vacation, 19 IS. f Cape Girardeau, Plaintiff. vs. August I!. Human, Emma Hainan, hi ifc, Ecisjamin Kueltc-mann, Anm-llie (210) feet lonir. off -4 tl nortl d f 0t No, 1, both lots 248. 211', 259, 200, 2GL 262, 263, 2G4 ;. - V ' . . , , 2C-.. 2CC, 2.;t;::o;. :;07, :;0S, JJ12, 313 !m E,ock No' - Ionian's addition to :J1 Git), 101, 320 i tne -ty of Cape Girardeau, Missouri, being prop...

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

tfHfe DAILY. TRIBUNE. CAPE - GIRARDEAU, OHSSOUR!. FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 22, 1918. 9 Legal Notices IN THE. CAFE GIRARDEAU COURT OF COM MOM PLEAS. IX AND FOR CAFE GIRARDEAU COUN TY AND STATE OF MISSOURI. February Term,' 1018. City of Cape Girardeau, Plaintiff, VS. Christian J. Reisenbichler and Mary B. Reisenbichler, his wife, Fred W.jfeet long from North to South, twen- Schrader, Alonao U Farrar and Ro- ty-seven and five-tenths (27.$) feet setta Farrar, his wife, J. A. Morris; wide on the South end and - Twenty- , . J. a ,-. au nn vu s ana oaraji moms, ma wu.e, aukv Srhafer and Marv Schaf er. his wife. ; W. C. Lambert and LjU Lumbert t ae.ce west enda of lots Nos. One (1), his wife, J. William Pierce, Emelia.Two (2), Three (3), Four (4) and Seehausen, widow of Henry See-; Five (9) of subdivision No. 12 of hausen, deceased, William Seehau- j Henderson Subdivision in the City and sen, Andrew Seehausen, Walter See- j County of Cape Girardeau and Btate hausen, Edward Se h ausen, Helen...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune And The Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly tribune and the Cape County herald. — 1 March 1918

Missouri State Mm1 4-Pf Main Library .'" if -i rr" -"- .ji Til WEE1 TMB ALL THE KEWSWHI1IITIS P4r - NEWS c INDEPENDENT IN EVERYTHING. BUT fcEUTEAL IN NOTHING. II zJ! IgJ VOL :X VI I THE CAPE COUNTY HERALD, CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, MARCH 1, 1918 NUMBER 10 MRS. DOYLE GIVEN HARRISON MAY DIVOfeCE DECREE RUN FOR MAYOR ON COMPROMISE ATTENDS CAUCUS WILL MAKE FIGHT j BARELY ESCAPES TO GET CUSTODY DEATH AS HOME OF HIS DAUGHTER BURNED THIS A. M. DANGEROUS ENEMY ALIENS BEING TAKEN TO AN INTERNMENT CAMP ONE Files Amended Petition, Moderating Her Charges. TALLENT DIVORCED FOR NON-S(JPPORT Mrs. Prather, Of Advance, With draws Suit.--Simpson Case Set For Saturday. Following a compromise between the attorneys Mrs. Golda Doyle was granted a divorce from her husband, ward Mike Dovle. bv Judge John ' Snider of the Common l'loas t.ouri yesterday niornir.tr. The o;iginal pe- tition, in which Mrs. Doyle made sev- iou charges against her h:i,o.-.!.'. v as subsequently withdrawn and substitu ted by a seco...

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. — 1 March 1918

TfltS fRtStTNE AKt CAPfc CotLVT HERALD, FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 1, 1918. THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE t . AND THE CAPE COUNTY HEBALD , " Erery Friday by . . ' :.. , THE CAPE GIRARDEAU PUBLISHING COMPANY JAMES P. WHITESIDE, Editor. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR IN ADVANCE EDITORIAL RUSSELL AIDS THE SHOUT LINES. Congressman Russell in making a plea in Congress for the Government to take over the short-line railroads, presented an argument that would be difficult to answer. In replying to those representatives who have oppos ed government control of the small lines because they are not big money makers, Mr. Russell said there were postoffices in every state and rural nutes in every township that, were maintained at an annual loss to the i vernment. Just as Congressman Russell stated, Uncle Sam is expected to give the V jop!e service, and he must lose money in some instances to do so, it is money well spent. ' There are no doubt as many short line railroads in Southeast Missouri as in any Congressional ...

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. — 1 March 1918

h 11 n . n Mrst National oanK n 1 CITY NEWS IN BRIEF Weather Vorteast: Cloudy today with rising tenperature. O. A. Crenshaw and wife of Charles ton, are visiting with Mr. Crenshaw's brother-m-law, R. Ryan, the Stude baker distributor. i tie r icionai review aiaKauw, x c . The Pictorial Review Magazine, The Tictorial Keview iatierns ior iuaixn, - ..... . . . 'parted from Jackson to Camn Funs- day, and is unable to continue his du also the nicest line of Spring Silks , " . . ... ,,'ton as the county's part of the last ties at the school for an ind3finite we could get from Corticelli are all, , ,. . ..... . , , contingent of the first call for the time. He was taken to his home m at Vandivorvs. come ana mase youri selections. Dr. and Mrs. W. S. Morgan came in from Shawntetown yesterday after- kIt"i nnr.n t nttPTiil th funeral of Irs. Vflmn., father Henrv C. Bartels . , , 1 1 n - m m n j-vn nni 4 if f ril nil uill . .u ,.ctM changing jokes witn those who had to return to the Cape, of Oa...

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. — 1 March 1918

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY 'SgBALPl FRIDAY MORNING, MAftCH it ldlS. P ARMENTER GETS f- " " " 1 ' i 18 YEARS IN PEN, APPEAL IS TAKEN . -iff 5 fe M O N T F O R D 1 P 2 rwt J rX-V T I R E S 1 When We Sell You A "Monlford" You Will Not Pay for useless guaranteed; jjlittrritij? -l--( rir: lights in extravagant sins; advertising space i:i a hij;h prieed magazine at t In- rate of SJO.OOO an is sue; and the balance of overload charge that makes up fully one-half the price, of the av erage tire. YOU WILL PAY FOR only a viry good tire at a very low pi ice . without a rent of overload expense tacked on ADJUSTED 08 3,509-MiLE BASIS. 30x3 Rib.... $11.75 30x31-2 Nonskid... 15.50 NOTICE to dealers and consumers, write, tel ephone or eall for omplctc price list. i Auto Tire and Paris Company 207 Broadway, CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo. esse GORDONVILLE NEWS Gordonville, Mo., Feb. .Miss Neva Ford, Willie Winkler and Arnold 1 1 ink who attend the Nor mal, are spending the week endu'ith their parents. .A...

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. — 1 March 1918

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD. : FRIDAY MORNING 3U.RCH 1, 19i8. City Council BEFORE THE HONORABLE JOIINj2;s, 240, 250, 260, 2G1, 262, 263, 264 GIRARDEAU COURT OF COM MON CLEAS, CAPE GIRARDEAU COUNTY AND STATE OF MISS. OURI. In Vacation, 1318. . City of Cape Girardeau, Plaintiff. '. vs . August H. Haman, Emma Haman, his - wife, Benjamin Bueltcmann, Annettic; Buelteman his wife, Matilda Masters, a widow, Louis Hunzc and Kate Hunze, his wife, Margaret Hunze,-widow of August Hunzc, Emelia Seehau&cn, wi dow cf Henry Sechausen, William Sec hausen, Andrew Seehausen, Waiter Scshauscn, Edward Seehauscn, Helen Seehauseii, Myrtle Scchausen,heirs of Henry Sechausen, deceased, Christian Human and Martha Hainan, his wife. Defendants. , cf Hanover Street One Hundred Tiiii- NO. 5063 jty (LiO) feet to the South side cf IVfition In Re Condemnation OI Land! Harmony Street; thence run East- For Widening Harmony Street in the Ciiy of Cape Girardeau, Missouri. ORDER Now o:i this 21 day 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. — 1 March 1918

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD, FRIDAY MORNING; MARCH 1, 191S. Legal Notices IN THE CAPE GIRARDEAU COURT OP COMMON PLEAS IN AND FOR CAPE GIRARDEAU COUN TY AND STATE" ' OF MISSOURI. February Term, 1918. City of Cape Girardeau, Plaintiff, vs. " . :' . " Christian J.' Reisenbichler and Mary B. Reisenbichler, his wife, Fred W. . Schrader, Alonzo L. Farrar and Ro setta Farrar, his wife, J. A. Morris and Sarah Morris, his wife, August Schafer and Mary Schafer, his wife, W. C Lambert and Lou Lambert his wife, J. William Pierce, Emelia Seehausen, widow of Henry See hausen, deceased, William Seehau sen, Andrew Seehausen, Walter See hausen, Edward Seehausen, Helen Seehausen and Myrtle Seehausen, heirs of Henry Seehausen, deceased; Robert Vogelsang, Trustee, William Coerver, TrusteeArthur C. Bowman, Trustee, Cape ' Girardeau Building and Loan Association and Robert L. Taylor, Defendants. No. 5066. In the matter of opening, widening and extending Painter Avenue in the City of Cape Gi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly tribune and the Cape County herald. — 8 March 1918

formal School. 1 Can GirsrifM, IX. r s or ml Att.THE; JIEWSWHIIEITIS u HIHS VOL:XVII THE CAPE COUNTY HERALD, CAPE G1BAEDEAU, MISSOURI, MARCH 8, 1918 NUMBER 11 WEEKLY ; . . - TRIBUNE I. I " II V Iff I 'II 1 G.O.P. IN COUNTYINORTHERN LIGHT GETTING READY FOR 1918 CONTEST Race for Circuit Court Clerk ship May be Heated One JUDGE HAYS BOOMED FOR CONGRESSMAN Present County Officers Again Get into Rare for Re-' election. The race for the clerkship of the circuit court at the fall (election Ls ixpocted to be one of the keenest contests of the campaign, since the courts have held that this office en titles the incumbent to an annual .' alary of $2,(K;0 instead of limiting the j income to the fees attached to the cases tried In this court. Ken Mas ters will be a candidate to succeed himself. Many others are mentioned as his opponent, chief among whom is Sam Vnndivort. With the beginning of the cam paign for the primaries only a short lime off, the Republican candidates have begun to solicit t...

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. — 8 March 1918

TH WEEKLY TRIBUNE ANl CAPE COUNTY HERALD, FRDOAY MORNTS'G, JIAfcCH S, 1018. THE GAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AfllS UC UA1 JUJ WUA UUALS I Every Friday by THE CAPE GIRARDEAU PUBLISHING COMPANY JAMES P. WHITESIDE, Editor. ONi DOLLAR PER YEAR IN ADVANCE EDITORIAL : THE UNABRIDGED DRAINAGE DITCH. The lack of interest in bridging the drainage ditch crossing the Rock Levee road prompts The Tribune to again call attention to the business that is being driven from Cape Girardeau. It is, estimated that one hun- Vjrbd automobiles would enter this machines could pass over the drainage Scott county people vill not swim aiid the business men of this city should not expect them to do so. But thvy do want to shop here if it can conveniently be done. . , -There is m highway leaning into Cape Girardeau of more importance to! us than the Rock Levee Road. Nearly every person living south of this city enters Cape Girardeau over the Rock Levee. It is therefore of i lie utmost importance both to the residents 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. — 8 March 1918

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD. FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 8, 1918. A Baby BOND in Every Home $4.13 will buy you a $5.00 Baby Bond. See a solicitor at once. In doing so you make a good investment and Help Win the War. We have a good supply on hand and will gladly accommodate you here if you desire. M First National Bank SI CITY NEWS iN BRIEF Weather Forecast: Unsettled and warmer today. Continued warm Sat urday. Henry G. Seitz, tmployed as clerk in the Dalion dnur store on Main street, has resigned to return to his home in rerryvillo in a short time. He has been held for limited military service and will await orders from the ir.ilitaiy authorities. Mr. and Mrs. Fred GifTord, of Plooniticld were in the city yesterday fhopp'ng. lien K. Toe,- an express messenger of this city, who was stricken with ptomaine poisoning yesterday morn ing, was reported greatly improved yesterday evening:. We have just received a new line excellent kid and silk gloves in the beautiful spring shades....

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune And The Cape County Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly tribune and the Cape County herald. — 8 March 1918

THfe WfeEKL TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNT HERALD, FRIDAY HORNING, - MARCH 8, 1 918. Eugas Jury Fails to Reach Verdict (Continued from page 1.) she had been deserted by her hus band and that he had associated with other women. Trial of the claim against the Board of Education by the Vogelsang Bros. Construction Co., was. started ycrterdav afternoon. No testimony STODDARD COUNTY POLITICIAN MARRIED Representative Norman of Dex ter Wed Mrs. Ward in Jefferson City. F. 51. Norman, of Dexter, member of the Missouri Legislature from Stoddard County, was married in Jeff- RELATIVES INHERIT ESTATE OF FREESE RESOLUTION. Saloonkeeper, Who Died Last Week, Leaves Estate of Nearly $7,000,' Will Shows. was heard in the case, which will be j "son City Tuesday to Mrs. Margaret concluded today. The construction company asks judgment for paymtntt L. Ward, of that city. The bride has been employed in tb.2 State Dc- of a boiler and reconstruction of the j partaicnt for several years. , , , , j During1 the last s...

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. — 8 March 1918

1 THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD, FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH i: 5 - City Council "ji (130) feet cf parcels 1S4, 1S3, 153a one hundred twenty eight and two. aMll6; and ail of parcels No. 1ST,, tenths (128.2) feet long off th3 north IUl! i ljU&jii 1 Lil MLL5 dElLjL iXjiill I-IVO, 10-), ICS, 100, 200, 201' 203, 201 side of Lot. No. 12, and a strip ofj .7 - ' BEFORE THE HONORABLE JOHN 207' 2M 210, 217, 213, 219, 223, 224ground seven (7) feet wide and one fU II VkTfl KlM A KV HIHiK & I'llK HlV 22. 223. 2.10. 221. 9.CA-22Z. S-fi:t7.241 A. SNIDER JUDGE OF THE CAPE ! ' ' . ' .7 ' V L.Z lees it GIRARDEAU CqURT OF COM-Ir 7 26 254 n0?tl side o lot No- hoUx lots I !JO' PLEAS. CAPE GIRARDEAU ' 2.I.V. 2r.fi' "fir' sor jur 7a7 sv ais 111 Block No- 2 Hainan's addition to COUNTY AND STATE OF MISS. j '!- 315. H16, iU7, CIS, 313, 151, 320 the City of Cape Girardeau, Missouri, , i TTDT In Vacation, 1918. City of Cape Girardeau, Plaintiff, vs. August II. Haman, Emma Haman, his wife, Benjam...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune And The Cape County Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly tribune and the Cape County herald. — 8 March 1918

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD, FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 8, 1 018. REAL FIGHTING WHEN U.S. STARTS Canadian Officer Praises Officers and Men of American Army in France. Chicago. "The Germans must strike now or never," wrote Maj. George "W. MacLeod, second iu comma ml of the Forty-ninth Canadian battalion, and one of the veterans of the hardest; fighting the Canadians have seen in France, In a letter to Capt. A. Wal lace Owen of the British-Canadian re cruiting mission in this city. Captain Owen is attached to the Forty-ninth battalion. A11 we can do is to say, 'Let the bat tle commence,'" the letter continues, "livery, one is anticipating a big Cer i::m offensive either against ourselves or the French. There never has been Mich close co-operation as exists at the I'lv.-cnt time between ourselves and the French, and if the. Boche starts any thing he may gt the surprise of his lite. Pleased With Americans. "Every one is very much pleased wi lt the Americans over here. They ii.v...

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. — 22 March 1918

Normal School, f WEEKLY t-li if 1 TUB - fli 1JU- 11EW3WHILE ITIS NEWS & 51 -IC . - VOL: XVII THE CAPE COUNTY HERALD, CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, MARCH 21, 1918 NUMBER 13 C. G J. TO RESUME OPERATION WITH U. S. ASSISTANCE DUTCH PORTS TO BE BLOCKADED FOR SHIP SEIZURE Jr h COMMISSIONER HEARS WHY CAPE WANTS STATION Business Men Tell of Unsan itary Conditions at Pres ent Depot. GERMS m OFFENSIVE 111 FIERCEDRIVE Pierce British Lines at Sev eral Points in West Changed Hands O:r.im!ssioner Will ww. id Appropria- Kce m tor Railroad OAKRIDGS AND DAISY WANT TRAIN OPERATED Tell State Officer of Damage Suffered by Discontinuance of C. (. N. Service An appropriation will be asked of the United States Government for the Cape Girardeau Northern Railroad for the restoration of service on that road liotwoen Jackson and Periyville and the request will he submitted with the recommendation of the Public Service Commission. This was the result of the public hearing held yesterday by Commissioner E. J. B...

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. — 22 March 1918

THE GAILY TRIBUNE, GAPE GlllARDEATT, MISSOURI FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 22.1D1S. THE DAILY TRIBUNE Published Every Morning, Except Monday AMES P. WHITESIDE, Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year. $4.00 liz Months.... three Months.. 2.00 1.09 THE WEEKLY TKIBUNE One Year (in Advance) $1.00. Published on Friday. Entered at tbe Pest Office at Cape Girardeau, Mo., tu Second Class Matter. EDITORIAL CHA3IP CLARK AT Go. Champ Clark, a -Missourian everybody knows and no one dislikes has just celebrated his CSth anniversary with a banquet in Washington at which Con gressman Russell was host. Shamp ( lark belongs to almost a vanished type of Americans. He would have matched up well with Clay, Greeley, Webster and other men of that - day. He can cope with the best in debate, whether on the hustings or in the haljs of Congress, and he can go back i: his home in Bowling Green, Mo., ,. and sit on a box in front of the corner grocery and whittle with his neigh "bors and enjoy it. Champ Clark i.s unlike t...

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. — 22 March 1918

THE DAILY TRIBUNE. CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI. FRIDAY MORXIN'G. MARCH 22.1918. OFFICER'S SPIRIT ELATES BRITISH Eagerness of the Americans to Get to the Front Is Always Noted. MAKE THEMSELVES AT HOME Get "on the Job" at Once and Dis play a Desire to Learn and to Be Where the Shells Are Whizzing. London. Many interesting stories come from France about the keenness of mind nnd the eager spirit of the American officers arriving at the front. These officers pet "on th" job" at once and display a desire to learn and to be where the shells are whizzing and the Huns are to be seen. The first tendency of the Britishers Is to be somewhat envious of the elab orate paraphernalia and equipment of the Americans, but the disposition of the latter to share everything he has with his colleagues, be they French or British, at once puts h;in on a most friendly basis. A P.ritish officer, writing In the Daily News, tells of the arrival of two of these American officers at the front. After describing an ol...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune And The Cape County Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly tribune and the Cape County herald. — 22 March 1918

H WEEKLY TRIBtTXE AND CAPE COtiKTY HERALD. FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 22 lDiS. . PROMINENT SOUTHEAST MO. DEMOCRAT AND EDITOR DIES when State Senator James rehard was defeated for re-election. Col. m warm KiraiENFLAMES i Summers moved to Mens- several vears "DON'T ANSWER" Col. A. J. Summers Buried, at Hart villc in Wright County His , Former Home. apo after retiring from active life. YOUNG FARMER SUCCUMBS AFTER 5 DAYS ILLNESS f WIND New Slogan of the People of Great Britain. TROY WHIPPED Col. Andrew Jaekscn Summers once a Democratic leader of Southeast ; Following an illness of only five days Robert Maevers 17 years i!d sin -.iibux. uivu ... ... -.-.. of John Maevcrs who lives on a farm Ark. according to information reach- j nwlh of the d dieJ at h;. father,s ing Democrats of tins county. Thejfcon,e earW vesterdav morning The funeral was he.d last Sunday at HarUj runcTal 'be hel1 tomorrow after v,:ie in Wright County where Col. ; Rean scrvkps at Lhe Lutheran Summers once published the Har...

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 March 1918

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AJffc CAPt COUNTY HERALD, FRIDAY MORNING, MARCn 22.191S. THIRTY SEVEN ON CASUALTY LIST OF 0. S. SOLDIERS Three Are Killed in Action, Twenty-two Are Wounded FRENCH REPULSE FOE IN MANY ATTACKS Rumanian Armistice is Extend edPeace Trealy Still Discussion. WASHINGTON 3Jarch 20. The lat- .4 casualty list published by the War department this afternoon con tained thirty-seven names of men eith er hilled or wounded in action and a'so of men who died of natural causes. The casualty list shows that three men were killed in action two died of wounds two from accident eight from diseases while 2-'J were wounded, of whom five arc in a critical condition. with the a:ter;:an army in FRANCE, Tuesday, March 19 Scc-retai-v Baker was in the front line tic..... uuu.i j 5h0Uid; jai(! SadJe E Hamilton, Port- scanning No Man s iand from a lis- ter.;r.- post ! land, Ate., as she began a remarkable When he was returning from the j story of the relief she has secured trc-::chcs a 20 calibe...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune And The Cape County Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly tribune and the Cape County herald. — 22 March 1918

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE. COUNTY HERALD, IT.IDAY MOP.NIXG, MARCH 22.1018. BROKEN SPINE OF FARMER IS CURED BY PHYSICIANS Suspended From Door For Several Days to Straight en Fractured Back MAY BE ABLE TO WORK WITHIN AHORT TIME to be freel from the cask in about six or seven weeks. The treatment given Byersbach while in the hospital was an unusual one. He was suspended while in the cast as though he was to be hanged and remained in that position long enough to have the fracturel verte bra re-adjust themselves. This is ?aid to be the first case of its kind known to have been treated in this man re r in Southeast Missouri WM. W. COTNER DIES AFTER LONG ILLNESS John Seyersback of Bloomfield Released from St. Francis DAISY BOY DIES AFTER Filhcr of Successful Auto Deal ers of Cape Dead Funeral at Appteton. Funeral of Tom Master?, 8, be Held Friday Af-trnoon. After lingering nearly five months. William D. Cotner, a pioneer resident of Cape Girardeau County, died at his home 23 North Boulev...

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