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THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD
THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE
AM) THi: CAPK COUNTY HKRAI.l).
Every Friday by
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J i hrury,
May July utiJ Novell. ltr.
full swing, scoreboards
will lt fretting home
cry "play liall" has a
do not allow their cn-
Ilard headed, money
Tin- liaseliall season of HU 1 is now in
rue in action and fans in a dozen cities
late for the evening meal. The umpire's
thrill in it for millions of Americans who
ilnwi.wrii tn overllow at anv Other time.
making gentlemen who can sit through a Hall street deal involv
ing the gain or loss of a fortune without so much as hatting an
eye leave their dignity and self-suppression beneath the lids of
their mahogany rolltops when they slip away to the league
grounds. Men' who frown at the very mention of emotion (ling
their hats into the air and yell themselves hoarse when the home
team slugget puts one over centerfield fence and staid order
loving persons who shudder at the mere thought of mob violence
ri.. mi ..ml Iwir fur .-in onnortunitv to "kill the umpire." After
the game thev Income normal symptons of the
lure of the hall park gets into their blood again
lie ashamed of this. It is a good sign. .Me
at .")() are m no danger ol being shelved
again at .u are m no nun
lating vcars. A race of
at (id as thev did at 10
men that can
is strong with
kind until the
i who become noys
because of aecumu-
play as enthusiastically
the virility of youth.
THERE YOU ARE.
Difficult, yes, very difficult, it in to please many people,
while it is simply impossible to please all of them, no mutter, how
very hard enc may try.
Several citizens wire gathered at a public place and dis
cussing some of the town's topics. Said one of them and he ap
pcarcd much agitated: "Now I really do wish our new council
would enact an ordinance against the aggravating blowing of
factory whistles at an early hour in. the morning. Time and
again has my sleep been disturbed by that noise and I am get
ting real tired of such disturbances. While I do not exactly
object to the blowing of the whistles I think it might be done
with less nmse and annoyance. I am toing to speak to one
of the counciluii n al out it and sic what he says. Of course
we .should not place :,ny obastdes in the way of our industries,
but neither should these industries cause anything like a dis
satisfaction among our citizens."
A few days latir another small gioiip of leading men gath
ered at the very same place, also dwelt on g; hcral topics. "I
till you," said one of the, "1 am seriously thinking of making
the 'engineer and II n man of one of our larfc factories a nice
present. On many a morning of the past winter, I have had an
occasion to be very grateful to these men. I am getting well
along in years and' at times find it difficult to sleep during the
long and dreary winter nights. It surely is not pleasant to re
main awake for hours and hours. Therefore it happened many
a time during the winter that I was pleased, highly pleased, when
I heard the early whistle -of one of the factories and thereby
knew that daylight was not so far off. I dreaded to look at the
watch or clock for fear that it might not show many hours be
fore daybreak and then was the more pleased, when that whistle
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announced an hour decidedly more to my iiKing. i.( t ner go
from the bid.
It so happened that there was in that small party one
citizens who on the previous occasion has listened to the com
plaint of the. disgruntled men, who hail spoken of that early whist
ling as a nuisance, qnd thus it came that a broud smile spread
all over the face of that leading citizen.
"No sir," he murmured to himself, "you cannot please all of
them, no matter how very hard you may try."
price of lots all are based on the success of your businti
If the town has a lot of vacant stores, idle factor!
running on half time, there can be no substantial value
pcrty. Therefore, to. keep the stores rented, the dwellinncru-
pied and a general good tone to property values it is nsary
that you GIVE TO YOUR HOME PEOPLE YOU 11 I. IRE
Patronizing mail order houses is not altogether liml to
poor people or to farmers or to people who do not kit the
hurt they are doint the home town, but is a common ictiee
among certain well known, well to do men. I believers is
more the result of thoughtlessness and of being misled1 en
bellislud ai 1 highly exaggerated descriptions than thrh a
pint of antagonism to the home merchant. Moreover, Imrlv
icve that whey you
fully, analyzing it in.
I YE YOUR HOME
READ THE DAILY TRIBUNE FOR GOOD RVS
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her go: l lrcuuentiv yelled in my joy ami jumpeu
'Yes, let her go, you cannot make too much noise
(liii'i' upon a
face and, for spite,
women today who
jealous of a finality
nose seven r.
good on form?
was a fellow who got sore at his
cut off his nose. There are many men and
do worse things, more absurd things. lieing
or a human is within hailing distance of the
Jealously is in two forms, of and for. If you re
figure it out. .lealousy was invented by the devil
w .ands home at night. It s a queer mixture, this
1 1 is composed of one-half selfishness, one-third foolish-
J he remaining portion is
from the weeds of envy and
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Hess and I lil e-sixieeni us cusmui:c.
m scent cm, edition that is distilhd
inaliee, v. h'nh air liaUe to grow in every yeart. .lealousy is ;i
produHii. plant. It grows discontent and discord, sorrow ami
suffering, murder end war. It lu Ips lavyirs ami undertakers and
is said to l-ave put the he in hell, it's a great deal like a faith
ful dog. It follows its owner everywhere. No one ever nut
lealousy withoMt getting the Worst of the meeting. It has
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n. cverv hinudoin ami nun ki ii emperors iiini siuei-
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-y and characters
' twi-led its tail.
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sweepers. Wollds nave laiien mrougii jeaiou:
were iui"eni'iuied since Eden's serpent first
Jealousy has une child bv its fust marriage- Scandal. And it's
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very oi'iiliinl ciuiit. I he laicr eiimiren are wciik aim pun,
of reformation, but Jealousy
hand on her offspring. Ex.
(ARE OF THE BROOD SOW.
di-tiirb the sow or try to make her come out of the
.,fter she lias f.nrowi'd, but leave her alone until she
the bed and wants feed and water. First give her
water or water that has neen warmeo jusi
the chill. At the next teed give a thin siop
and lukewarm water, bet the next lew.lee.is, con-
Crm ini v .-h i a i e corn. laiiKage, mrai
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bed and eat
M ili ink of lukewarm
iiiniiL'h to take off
made of bran
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sisi i:.igci ........ . , . , , ,
I11(.al or skininiilk and shorts ami decrease ue ,.,.. .., y ......
until at the end of four weeks no bran is being cd. Allow In; sow
" haVc all the bright green alfalfa hay she will eat at all times,
ami uive her the run of a good pasture if it is available, says
r w.;,.i,i in tin. Missouri Ruralist.
ti i ..( f. ... ..in, the exact proportions ol tin
r i. ... UI .1,-i.i-nil imon the condition of the sow
I..,.' ..I' liiirs ill the litter and the amount
n..!'..... tl.. tir-t few davs tin
sow so that she will give just tin
li vi rv nften happens that it
two she gives more
dition of the udder is pro.
THE DAY'S DEVELOPMENTS.
Relief in the futility of war has been gaining ground, despite
the almost benumbing care with which the United States is
slipping into a war with Mexico, with almost nobody's consent,
and without anybody's applause. Indeed, the very manner in
which the nation faces this new cross it is being called upon to
bear proves, as nothing else could have done, that all our pleas
for universal peace were founded upon right feeling and deep
conviction, and that they cmanagted trom the biggest munis,
and not from weak sentimentalists.
The correspondents inform us that Washington is strangely
ilent in the face of the vast, sinister pageant of warring forces
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now closing in upon .Mexico oy ianu aim sea. ineieas, m iono
the people of the capital city were noisily and childishly demon
strative, there is today a complete absence of display of what we
have come to regard as patriotic emblems
Nothing is so emphatically evident as that every right-think-
imr iiiim find woman in the land is saddened by the ask that
lies ahead, and is mindful of the grievous wrong that will be dom
tn Hi., innocent before we can rebuke those who have offended.
That our pleas for peace have had their effect upon other?
tli. in i.iiisilvi.s is lit ore or ess evident bv the signs of the tunes in
Northern Mexico. The reported utterances of Gin. Villa are boy
i-hlv optimistic, charged with confidence in the Americau peoph
This erratic leader harks back r.eisistentlv to his ancient enmity
against Huerta. The dictator' is "that drunkard"; and Villa
n-ill m.t tf.Le sides a cm in s t the Americans, now that Huerta must
lie lnviile to feel the force of America's indignation.
TI... rii-event tiiimiiiil offers many grounds lor hope that me
conflict which now seem-; imminent will be conducted so that tin
least and not the most harm possible will le mllicted.
It seems probable that Huerta will have to stand
tl.-it ti... leiiieseiitatiye lieonle of Mexico are not to bv:
into childish support of him.
I'.i.h.r siieh eiremnstanci . the re should be no pr'jlollgei
limited war. It should be held within the bounds originally lau
down; namely, to the checking of Huerta s arrogant otienses
i niw.ni.i ..,,t' l.e.nnii. w.-iv airainst Mexico in any proper sensi
1 !,.. ..f ,.nw undoubtedly are ahead: but the oue intol
. . .i " . p .....r.,l ...it,. ...r.iiiicl in river
em . e evi . i lie warrnm oi a iioywiiui ii.iuvu .....
I,.., d..sii.iit..l .in. I helnless neonle seems far from inevita
Lie St. Louis limes.
in that limited triangle of territory embracing .Mexico
Vera Cruz and Tampico. The war should be a significantly
HOW TO BUILD UP OR TEAR DOWN THIS COMMUNITY
The Strength of the Wheel.
sow will be
nosed of com til) per
per cent ; or corn W per
linv. It skimnulk is ava
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or snorts aim lamyu-ie
of milk the sow gives.
feeder should be careful to teed the
amount of milk the pigs need.
the sow is overfed the first day or
milk than the pigs will take, a teverisii con-
luced, and loss ol pigs lotlows. ;s a
il, f,..., s ,oii i he increased gradually, so uiai me
The wheel, composed of hub, spokes and tire, is one of tl
t useful and one of the strongest of man's mechanical device
..!.. iiinvtr..!.. well the milliner in which various parts an
think over tins matter i
every detail, that here
ifter YOU ILL
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mn-ncrp farm with 5-1 oom house, barn OUXUIU ie
will store 75 ton hay, granary, corn crib, w 11 stall
head of cows, fruits of all kind, 90 acres in cultivathij
neverfailine springs. This farm is the best stock and daiS
farm in the county, on the gravel road. Might consul
some town nronertv in nart exchange. For prices and tern?
apply "Farmer" care of Tribune.
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practically on full feed when the pigs are aooui i
From this' time on a good grain ration would be coin
ed per cent, shorts ;?n per cent ami taiihage o
cent and tankage ID per cent and iaiaua
liable it can be substituted tor the tanu-
Mii.l ted :it the rate of :i pounds ol inilK
. i ,.l ..f i..,rn 11 iiasfmv is not ayallalMi
IU 1 loilli.i v...... , - .
rows, both sow and litter should be turned on
it has made growth enough for use, and the
will be materially cheapened thereby.
when the sow far-
pa-tiire as soon as
cost of production
The Daily Republican, in relation to its debilitated manage
.mile ant.lv be likened unto a torpid liver
ineiu ami iwiii.w., -, - . - . ...
.,.,.1 .1 wnrweil 1 irollg l 1111 excess areiiiiiuiai inn in imiujus.-
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individual as uie gau manner ami
needed to make a perfect whole. A GOOU lim.,A i,p..wr.u
OF TRADE, RESEMBLES A WHEEL. With all of its contri
buting factors closely wedged in like the spokes fit into the hub
of a wheel the prosperous country surrounding it holds it togeth
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er like me tire noius uie w nee.i
So long as all parts are in place the device runs
..id i ii nerfeet mhHiuic. Remove a spoke, and l ill.
AT ONCE RECOMES WEAKER and is no stronger man us
To havp and to maintain a cood solid town every
business must be firmly established, and arounu mese
be united people do the common good.
Destroy the mercantile business or the maiiutacturuig
tiess or Uie nailKing inisincss aim, u&. nmuun(,
the wheel you weaken the interests of the whole.
Send your money to mail order houses or patronize
chants in other cities and you take away that patronage
rightfully belongs to the home merchant and thereby
the business of the town. All classes or kinds of
ness, with the
main bile duct
alistic exert ee to
cited by an
business are so
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it- urn nr ii ii i i.iiis n .u i .inn .... ......
find it wav to the reader in a high state ot
bin for news and too foul for publicity. Ex-
occasional cathartic in the form ot a specially ar-
i . .1 ... 1 toiliivii hi bikini 111 t t lilt 1 1 'J 1 1 1 1 ; 1 1 ill' lildin
ranged election (inn o. .." ; - ------ . - ..
to earrv, the whole gland becomes violently di urbed, the gall
bladder' and bile duct gets busy ami something bad happens as
for instance the report of the school meeting as it appeared on
Saturday, April 2oth, in said paper.
The evident intent of the article was to create an unjustified
t....v. w,o-,., ee.-i..-in new members ol the Hoard and one of
.i ,.ii '.. .' I'ertt.m f.icts were withheld and others elaborated
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on in order that false and misleading impressions might be es
tablishis. ,m(,tlier meeting of the school board on Mon
.1.... ,,,;,; Anril '27th. at which it is though something of real
.'A ...;n i... diviihred. On Thuesdav following
lnieiesi ....- 4 ..( ,i.;., ,ut
will as usual, give a correct stiuemem oi fiojum's i.n..
t.ireil ' and on Wednesday will correct aevery misstatement made
Ly the Republican, in the order that they come, for both meetings.
WILLINGNESS TO OBLIGE
THE public has a right to something more
than perfunctory service from those who
supply its telephone needs.
There is something more to a telephone ser
vice than merely placing at the disposal of the
public adequate telephone equipment.
Courtesy, willingness to oblige and patience,
under trying conditions on the part of telephone
employes, promote friendly feeling and are essen
tial to the best kind of telephone service.
Cape Girardeau Bell Telephone Co.
FARMERS & MERCHANTS BANK
CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO.
closely related and interlocking that when you damage one juu
a I k ti t n irjt nil
Rut we have a beautiful city, prosperous, growing and hapnv,
f tl.r. best merchants, banks, mills, lol)
unit - -. ...v ,:i
hers a nd factories, conducted by as fine a set of men as you wn
r....i i. ...... o.ivi h u. ...i. .meted bv w fine a set of men
niiti inn iiini. ... v. ...... ... . ......... j - Ill l
as you will find anywhere on earth. We have line schoo s, hand
some churches, excellent public utilities and many line ou uniun?.
.l. ,,..,.,,1 ,,f mil. ..lie ..f ll i-i in llin entire country, lllld Al'l'
MADE POSSIRLE RY THE Rl'SINESS MEN lig
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nrnoTCSSlvc and tlirgressive hustlers linn uoosieis.
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banks or jobbers, mills, etc. are not called on to make a suo
scription or donation to some institution or some worthy cause
to do something, if you phase, for greater building or better liv
ing. And that thev generously give and have given is proved
in the many institutions we have for the intellectual moral and
the sniritua'l uplift of our citizens. Therefore, when you solicit
a subscription from these business men of your home city you
should feel in duty bound to give them what assistance you can
and to always patronize them to the exclusion of others and out
The value of your home, the rental of your property
We Solicit Your Account
LARGE OR SMALL
4 per cent Interest paid on
Time and Savings Accounts
H. A. Nussbaum, Pres.
G. Jake Keller, Vice Pres.
Robert Vogelsang, Cashier
Albert Kempe, Ass't Cashier
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