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THE CAPE COUNTY HERALD AND CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE
STATE CORN CROP
IS 170,000,000 BU.j
A
Missouri Produced An Aver
age of 23 Bushels to Acre,
Say Officials.
Columbia, Mo., Oct. 1"--In the Oc-
Ma in
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V-k M S III
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m mi
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lober report issued froir 1 no o'.nce ol J j
the fcccrotary of the Missouri S'ate
Board of Agriculture a coin trap of
approximately 170.f)00.0;0 bushels is
forecasted for Missouri. This prelim
inary estimate, basei upon a very
complete report covering each county j j
in the state is for an averasre yi"M 3
of 2:1 bushels. An earn e.4iir.at sub- j
ject to revision upon !
nal figures shows 7,"'-?.v;!
corn.
Iu:-;i: SVpt'-eih: r. '
l!:-- ntire slate :!; re :
raia, the tor.'hti'ei i ''
mi thai it is iiov; d :. . r;
Vi.S on' i!inm!i 'i ',
t'.is rr:i:.-turo brou."."!u v.;;.;
the later plaiitvtl ctrn. i i.
complaint of corn n.uiia; i.
ami hiuch loss v. hi i lb. "
in thi': ii hi.-', ?ii:e v.'ia-i. 1
or to v.. .ik.'piii.r -t
hiti' I: b';,;.,. This may 0.0
itV of the lll'V.' Ci'i l. ,. ;-:i
to j,.) lower. l-'orUoia'. :.
the entire crop (ci;! i .;.!
per onl) i
.1 of the ii- !
I
o :hmvs in ! W
: la!lL
male
frost.
r
u: tnennoro, thrre
;on
siio.s iiiied with, fcoii iLa
in the histon. of th-- .-; 1' . 1 i
condition cf corn, by en : i.
si ciions, :;hov. s: X01 11. v . . ; , m ; ,u:-:h-west,
Centra!, M ; S--;;;hr.e:U, 7-'.; ' C?
y utheat. -17. In a :V we so.r.n- ; y
eastern com. ties the i..e.".i 1 I corn j u
is below 2-"i, and the pivlhiiii.ary is- y
limate indicates a vh U .f in:t l iO gj
bushels per acre, in other coa.-.aes j a
and in .sections v. hero lae m was j
more favorable yh Ms of '-" hii.-hils or j g
belter arc indicated. ! f1
:! ll..- j S?
I5y sections, the
cast as to Yields .-ho
Northwest, 2N.r,: Central. 2::.
west, 2"; .Southea.-t.14. If ;!i
ores are verified by f':i::.' r--"i
Missouri corn crop of It'll v.
pass the l'Jl'i crop by ; H'.'UM
DUO lu.hei.s. Hovcvor.
Ik low the stat ' ;ivera;:
three pei- cert of the
report any n:nH;s ef
iiier.t. The prcsiut avt ra
is 71 cents per tr.ishe.
06 cents in the. North.w, .
the highest 7: in the St '
Wheat The whral . ;
very h te, the latest ::. i
the .stale, so far as is :
ords in the ofTt e of the B'.aivl of Agri
culture. Late st idi!,'.- i ;, 1 r-t. t
the deliberate )lar,t '.0 i ih- woik
on account of Ile-'siar. I 'y; .-. T'!i!. to
an excess of moisture w 'te'. ii...-: ::ate
the fields too v.i". to we.-ic. ii is .vsti
mated that bat ....;-th;i-.I o the Tap
has been se:'!i :. J'.y . e-ta e, tl.o fig ures
shtnv: X't'.a :i l, ;!; Vu:-t':.v:vl,
10; Central,'; S . .n !-.v t .... : .:.'; m.v.M
v.est, r.8. Tie- K-jvar n' -rae for
Octobi r 1 see-iiii' s '.." per c ut. The
latest seeding for tiii ta.l vas in
. ;';!".. i ice j
'"lie h'.vesL j s I ti
. -. t ion a iid I M
;- -'!:.-' in !
hi.-!o.-y of
1007., when but
1
u-lii.'it i-Jr 1J .,14: 1. ?
(. lit.
crop was in by Ccbi',-" 1
!f tie
In i'.Vu the
as i.a. la is .( r a-. : e.
as compared with the !;'-ear avwa.e j jj
ot 14.j bushels, .-it .!.' tiii-trit :1.11c
practically one fi'th of th- rousiti in
tcndetl for wlvoat is o!. to pir..ed.
Soil condition is '.'an -ji . indents
estimate an eilii jw 1 ,; i:,;-r.-a-t: i:i
wncai aereaire, th's nuita.-e, Mi j-ei-,1
... .. . . . 1
tions, beniK as .ol;o:s: N.a '.lii a.-t, 1.2; j n
Central, '); Souihu .-.;, . ; Sinit'.a -ast, j N
21. with a de. ve.-.- of
the Xortiiwe. i tes tier,
veathcr con. ir. i i.in
soitiin the )-ye!!. indi
in acrearre v.i'l r...t be k
o!tl wh.eat remain ; 0:1
especially in the -'o'.uiiv.er-i,
wheat is yet in stach.
Otlier Crops I!a-r.e'
per ceiit in ti
irabi 1 for a
iti I m i ase vj
:i : d. Al .h I
so'.ie j j8
m
ful'y improvel, the cfi.d.i.!. i
11
!H
state bein;; 00 abnost :i r -'ean: fr ! fS
Octot;er. Condition of i -!,a K, is 77;!
rye i:; estitnated a th-- .-a...e as last
year. There i - a isath- d e...re..i..- :n i
alfaifa acreaj?, lur: to a cav:ia!::n tf
exploitation, to the 1. rover, adaptr.bil- j jj
ity of Missouri soil to mnestful al- j g
fa!f:i p-rowini'. ard in ll; nirrrn-liifH
demand for a drouth re.-istn-g crop.
To Gat her Corn I.arly
An xamination of tk" oonditioii of Is
...V '. . .. : . . ill
int.- itiiii siains aim caia ia uaj nettle i!i ;
several sections of Misauri proves the '
need of yatheriiig you1- crop early, j
Bert Hail says -pick" it, but will
forgive him if he v. ill use Missouri's j
word "gather" hereafter. The State !
lioaru 01 Agriculture urw-s putting;
corn in the dry this year as early as M
possible after finishing wheat sowing. M
CmiCK 11 100 sappy 10 snap ior saie ;
cribbing do not delay if you ca 1 get
a wagon through the held with a load.
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FALL AND WINTER
vk t s Pi
TURNi-D OVJ-R TO US BY FIRE INSURANCE COMi'ANiE-S AT 27c ON T! Ill i:OI.J..R. Ti ILS IS TI IE GREATEST CLOTHING SALE EVER ATTENDED
BY MAN. WOMAN OR CHILD iN OYrE GiFARDEAH. ! OR'iA -TI IREL CAS;:S Oi- i iiGH -GRADE, STYLiS! I CLOTHING AT A TERRIFIC MASSACRE.
THE WHOLE STORE WILL HE THROWN OPEN ITH SCCi I A BEWILDERING MA.ZE OF PRICE-CUTTING TI I AT PEOPLE ARE POSITIVELY COMING
FROM A RADIUS OF FIFTY MILES TO ATTEND THIS GREATEST CLOTHING SALE.
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EVERYTHING SACRIFICED
A
L0I
CIOCM
We will threw our doors wide- open v. li ii 'hi - c:otnin.' .--ale, and .uch wild, excifiug selling lliai never w messed In- eyes of mortal man or woman before. The
slock lias been--rone throusrh bv 'he inar.acci ami I he . -rn -;f pront desi ruction ui.-ccd hcrcoij. The count rv has been bliicd for httv miles around. Thousands of people
arc troin to flock to tins nreat s;ti
olTcrcd in Cape Girardeau. i
1 . 1
iveaa ID
L,,
e cutting Salvage pnec-
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1C. ': i-'.t- li
i.:s j.iock mtiyL vc con
1 '"!
i'.n event that x;- hw 1.1 the ra;mo.'v of t:ic ncoo
!e lor
cars. Wnhotit a aoi;bt the most startling, irresistible bargains ever
ice; mto c;
n .
place, Willi only a lew prices, iivjrytnmg marked n plan: ii-ures
ou-inas o. cti.;r h-.infainci tuo numeious to mention ior ?
1
r iji'Ccs wiii c;i ir.e laie.
Values arc no cbject. 1 his is the iir-1 gale ci its hind in this vicinit v, and mav never occur asrain.
.ice. Sp,acc v. i!! only permit us to announce the sale, the time and
or
::0 ;;:'ir .'f t ! ic I.v.-t Lntdish Siik Corda::-;. i';:ai: -;:-.:
vaU;. s: c nip
SALE PKIel-: $!.X
R00 pni-s of mni's soud Work 1'ant:-, .-lif.htlv iu:;-ed.
s.M.vAt;:: sall ' 4(n
I'KICE 4VW
Men'- ;n'.:ki G inU.ro,' L'auis, 7iN) pairs; liirilv danei , d:
SAIA'ACK ALE (icr
PK1CK VJL
p-irs M.-ii's ail w.x'l earns: l.iiioi :iau!e SALVAGE
!r par w
Me.'s di'Jx-i:;!!;; Mui's i.iip (hx, 12 inches ;er-.:
SM.tct vai u S LVA(iE ft
SALE i'KiCE itfl.Vd
f
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r 1
i
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VACE SALE
l'.vIJr:
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SALVAv.i: SAI E 1'K:lE
" i . ..ri,'i! a!!-',-. o.'-!:.'rJ i:i tik let M. V. SJi.i
s h I S J L ;.!.:'.
. .?;! u i. .:i: all sixes:-- SA!.- f Mvs rev. s
. 1 saivv;;;
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Al.E
pi;. in aa':
at i:eti wer tul pnn'.s: all co!-r-;
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t vlv , u..- :ii:,!.'.-S ' A f ! I
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i siUs; tall wchiht---SAEVAGK
$3.95 i
I'KICE
Mt n'r
fhri:, !
a:u'i :H
evvrv .-
!; S.'.;i"
rum lai'ia
,!- LA'A'ACE
$6.95
lain y v. ave-;;
$1.95
I'wlois: tl'CIV.ell-
S14.95
AL ACE
' 1 i ;, i!
. i I. ' I n .It Al
;.e i e'le...
aits aa-'i iKeivoals: h:L!a!
l!;iys' hijh-gra.'le Kni.;ki--'rHi r.-r Suits; sizes 7 to 17;
sc a "ii" I'vwest tabries: worth. Sa to S!; frr nn
SALVAGE SALE I'lirCE ?Z.VO
.',) Mi's C.iiaranteed Cravcnette Coats; actual
value.-: SAIA'AGE ff- i r'
SALE I'lvICE, choice J)4.V3
S-ti l. a ..iiri D.inle;) -.hi
: SALVAGE
SA!,!. !'::;.:. oc 1
i 3
Overcoats, Hats, Socks, Shirts, Under
wear, Handkerchiefs, Overalls, Suspen-
; iv;;i''ars;:x dors, Tics and Collars, etc., to be closed
out al almost nothing.
SS.95
What means -this mighty moveint.iU of iiierch;indifc in this .ureal sale? It means lliai Thursday's sun will see the inauguration of the greatest sale that ever took
place in the city oi Cape Girardeau. A sale in which your dollar will do the work of Ii -;e. Never, positively never, were uch reliable qualities offered at such low prices.
It is not a sale of Lola ted bargains here and there, but eveiythinu in the house is included. We have put forth every effort - to make this sale the greatest money-saving
and price-paralyzing sale in the history of Cape Girardeau. We put stress upon the fact that Thursday will "mark the beginning of the sale without parallel. It rests with
you to take ad van t cue and save money. V have done our part- it is up to vou.
LOOK FOR RED FIRE SALVAGE SIGNS. REMEMBER, SALE BEGINS SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 17th AT 9:00 O'CLOCK.
At 9 o'clock drop everything and be here prompih. when the saie starts. It L, without any exaggeration, the bargain opportunity of a life time, and you can't afford
to miss it. Kcmemoer trie Location -iei nem ber the aaU
Remember
the location
II Emm ffmt&Q & fiww
72 '"Si
.'Vf
Mi
Corner
Main and
Themis Sts.
Opposite Sturdivant Bank. Store Open Evenings Until 9 O'clock.
STORE CLOSED TO MARK DOWN GOODS AND REARRANGE STOCK AND NO ONE IS ALLuWED IN THE BUILDING UNTIL SATURDAY,
OCTOBER 17th, 1914, AT 9:00 O'CLOCK A. M.
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