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STUDY OF AGRICULTURE.
Missouri C rop I'eport. j
Thi weather crop bulletin issued bv j
EKpec-iai Attention will be .ivcn the Missouri Weather Service for the j
This liranch at the state I'ul- week ending August 31. says: J
erlt). Xht; past week was warmer than j
Columbia. -Mo., Sept., :!. At ;the U!jU:ti jn ai wWtions of the State, the j
Mi ouri State University social at- mean temperature .-anjrin;,' from 2 to 4
tention will lie given during the rum- ; derives above the normal in the een-!
in- tc-nn, be-innin September lo, to : tr:1l ani western sections, and from 3 i
the department of agriculture, which to ,i..grees alwve in the eastern sec- j
has heretofore, b.f.?n somewhat deti- tii.ns Th.. i.i.imMt; - l.-. !n i
ci-'nt nhea compared with the other
departments. IVof. .1. . Waters,
the newly appointed dean, will arrive
in a few days, and v.ili immediately
assume entire control of this depart
ment, and under his management a
great improvement is expected. An
important measure of the coming- term
will lt a special eur-e agriculture
f'r the benefit of all farmers who v.:h
to attend. This coarse will liegin
.January '2. lv', and will continue
tiaiiy. except Sun-lay. until March 12.
1 '.;. Students entering this course
in a1 ' at least ve;u of aire, and
had a coram" m s'"hool cducatiim.
A Tve of " will cover all
k-nses. a:i;I ni exafiina
reuulred for aimision.
tion will lie given by
practical illnstratons: t
iwmiitted except for
ect U'es will ! e'lVi Il I
J'. r-'j!.airiin-r time i-;n
:e precipitation was :
the excess of the seasonal axerage j
over the greater portions of the State,
and the drouth conditions reported at :
the close of the preceding week have i
liecn relieved, except in a few of the j
eastern and southern counties. The j
average precipitation for each section ;
was as follows: Xorthwest. ."..." !
inches: northeast. !.."' inch 's: central.
! inches: southeast 1.24 inches and
southwest. I.'.' inches.
in a number of the northv.xterii. '
southwestern and south centra! imog- :
ties the rainfall for the week e::ceeded
4 inche-. and: in ;. f. -x localities
inches. in Davie.- and Crawford
.ation will iie
o h day. and
Used bv the
counties some cainaL'e was
floods on bottom land-, and
of tic northern counties mi
damage: to m;i e;..-.-nt. ;i
countv a large amount of small
l!ax and hay has tni-n lo-T. '.he
-o!it:n.iei tains uiaki'ig it imi.o
the crops out of th" i!e!ds.
i-tudi-uts in work i;i t:e mk;- labor
atories, museums and library. The
CO.iiVe will co'.er those lli'ancaiO of
th- -cieiice j;nd art of a-riculture that
have a direct busine-- value to farm
er. Th" fundamental principles of
Scier.ee will 'lie -O pree"te;i as til iv-
ve;;! th'; law- up i which certain op
erations of agric ill. ire re-i. Tin- best
methods of agriculture will !. thor
oughly discu-si-d and cxcmpliticd. and
the e-'iuipment of the itollcge. and its
farm, wiil afford valuable aid. iji
t tilts will be delivered by the teachers
of agriculture, by successful farmers
and by professors, of horticulture,
veterinary s ie;iee. entomology, chem
istry, botany, and by others.
The Wheal t ri.
The otlicial estimates of the world's
wheat crop, which have Iieen isued :
regularly for some time by the Hun
garian government, are not the most
authoritative aiul trustworthy, but they
have acquired a reputation tliat entitle-
them to so:::" attention. Tho-e
now furnished for the current year
point to a total yield of :MirJ.t;7ti.i'Ki
bushels, again-t 2.474iio.oiiu last year.
Tile importing countries, according to
these figures, will produce -.siii;.ooo
bushels less than hi l-Ui and the ex
porting countries Pl.i'dc.ono bushels
'onsidering last ycar'scrop a normal
one as. taking; the world as a whole,
it was we thus liud a shortage of only
72. P.iU.ihui liusiiels. As other estimates
have pointed to a shortage of sonic
2io.oiM.inio bushels, th.-re is evident iy
a good deal of guess work and uncer
tainty involved. If course, we must
allow for tin
by reason of a shortage of I -"!!.! M if (. M h
bushels in the Kuropeun rye crop. !Sut
not even that siv-uis to afford any
strong hop-- for high prices in the
i'nited States market. The quotations
hover very jier-isteitly round sixty
in a few localities in the sou'
-tior:s corn is stiil suffering for
lit. :;s a rule, there i- now si;:!:
d-t'.:re in -,e ground to marui-.j
it ire crop, and thei-e is little i.
bi'itv of its b-in
slliile if the north.
rijh'iiing very slow!;,
genera! over the sta
otton is doing w-
coming; on nicly.
cotiimenci;:!. an i
'. counties C
owing' to t
Shenfi's Sale of Keal Estate.
By virtve and authority of a special
execution issued by the "clerk of the
Cape liirardeau Court of Common
Picas of Cape Cirardeau connty, Mis
souri, in favor of the State of Mis
souri, at the relation and to the use of
Peter Lt-hner. collector of the revenue
of Cape Girardeau county, Missouri,
and against Robert B. Harris and the
unknown heirs of Robert B. Harris.
bearing date the thirteenth (13) day
Caps GiraraeanConrtof Common Pleas
Which meets on the fourth Monday in Septem
ber, at the court house in the Citv or
Cape Girardeau. Missouri. By the rules of
said Court, Monday, the tirst day of the term
is Bet anart to hear and pag on Probate matters
at which time and place executors, adminis
trators and curators named herein are required
to present all settlements and other matter re
quired by law to be passed on by the court.
All.-n Charles Sr
Bowie Thomas J
Kurjrufcn Mary U
Feunimore Mary A
Hunze Charles L
Hitt A J .V- SJ
I Kratiji heirs
: Kininvl iiisletn II
j .Marprai U -I A W
I M.-yer lfrrd
McLean .loiin A sr
! Mcl.ainee Sarah A
i Itamlol heirs
i Heily tlizabeth
I Itanisey heirs
j stotVrecen Fred
, Swan M.i!iala
1 Welxr Kate
AD7HR, A tlDXS.
sarah L Brooks
Linus San ford
Henry J Brinopf
lohn M McClean
W B Wilson
d T Giboney
.1 M Holcomb
W J Hitt
F II Weltecke
yi o Kimmel
J F J D McLean
GK F" McLaiu
W V 1-ech
:vii nay i
sU" second crop
ghuni making iias
I'll '11 ilties.
Potato digging ::.
he crop is ivporti
H ing secured a
clover cut. alld si
commenced in -oi
One of those teat big
of June. and returnable to the
September term. 1 '.!.". of the Cape
Girardeau Court of Common Pleas of
Ca;e Girardeau county. whiA said
siK-cia! execution issued to enfoive a
i ir.dgment declaivd bv said court to be
a special lien on the real estate hew
inafter desx-riled. I have levied upon
and seized the following- described
real estate, lying' and being" in the
cimnty of Ca Girardeau. State of
Missouri as the propertv of Koliert B.
j Karris and the unknown heirs of
jiloliert B. Harris, to-wit:
! The north part of lot one ( 1 ) of the
! northwest quarter (i ; section seven (7 )
; township thirty-two (.'!. range four
i teen j 14,i. containing' thirty (eO) acivs.
situated in Caiie Girardeau cottntv.
; Missouri, and I will, on
. Wkdxesuay. the J.'iTH Day f
SKPTKMBKit. A. I).
, A ti'.e court house door in the citv of
: lX Administrator's Sale of Unavaila-
th.- i;,,-.:rs ,f nine o'clock in the foiv-! ble Isotes and Allowances.
::oon and live o'clock in the afternoon j Notice is hereby given that by virtue .f an
'of lhat dav. anil durin' The s.sion : ArdtTct ml? of the Cai Girardeau Conrt of
of tin- ( 'ii.'. tiir-ini.-m toi'-r oi" O'n- i Coaimo!. I'leas. in and for the county orcape
or 7i .t ajK. t.ii.iiu.1 . V o.l.t i.i on i (jirar.lea BTi state of Missouri, made at the
uoii Pi.-as of t ajie (-irartleau county, j jjJlV term. Isir., therelore, I. the uiidersisned
' -'-1,1 1't lHlblic auction, to the highest ! adaiinistrutor of the estate of Isaac C. Hitt,
: bi,;.:er. .,r . ash in hand, ail the right, j '"-ceased. v.ill on
title, claim and interest oi I loih.-rt i!. , Monday, the Tv.enty-Tbird Day of
.Harris, au.l the unkuov.n heirs .:' ; Stitember, A. D. 151.7.
l!b.-rt B. Harris ;n and to tile above , i ,-.n the honrs or ten o'clock in the lorecwn
i.l scribetl hllid to s;iiifv s.iiii e- ; nutl live o'clock in the afternoon of that day at
: cos's " i Tile court bouse door in the rity of Cape Uirnr-
. " '" ... ., . i dean. Missouri, and tinrinir the sessiiin of said
.1 1 lis x .v!. :,AIKii.. tape Girardeau Court of Coniiaon Fleas, sell at
aug-or.! Si:e!it:. ulilic auciion to the highest bidder lor cash in
j Imiiil. the following notes and allowances, to-
' ' wit :
I71SAL SKTTI.KMKNT Notice is hereby one i.roinis.oir note on H. r.irkm.i;i and
iie:i to all creditors ai:d others interested ! Wiiliani H Collins ror alnmt sai.M.
; :n the cstat- Jlar- 1:. Fir-'iison. deceased, that j one promissory note on . M. McAnallv for
he midt-rsiirneil executtir tf said estate intends aSiut s!gi.m
to make final settlement tneretii at the next one promissory note on F. 1". Trantwine for
Tinii of the Cape Giranlean Court of Com- aliout ti.
' aieii Fli as, of t ape Girardeau county. .Mis- one allowance airainst Thomas Ilean estate
souri. to le held at the court house in the for about S'--. on.
K. II. ENGELMANN, Clerk
city or Cap
and some of
cut in Marie?
; generally doing well,
xceilen: ij'uiity iias iKn
i'ali piov.ing'has progres-eii rapidly,
xeept in a number of the central and
and is abi'tidar:'.
'oi unbia. Mo.
counties, wlp-re The recent
'.'i' made ti e ground too wet.
:ng' has commenced m a lew
: J7ISAI. SE I TLEMENT Notice is hereby
' iriven to all creditors and others interested
'. in the estate ol l.ydia Ann Benfroe, deceaseti,
h:it the nndersiirui-d Intepniilic administrator
aim as sucn navinir cnarjreoi sam estate mteiius
- ti mke linal settlement thereof at the next
tcrjiiufthe Cape Girardeau Court of Common
. Fleas, id t ape Girardeau county, Missouri, to
i held at tiie court house in tfie city of Cape
Girardeau, -Me., on 5!ondav, September
: Is'.'.".. FKEOEillCK II. WELTECKE.
Von i a le:.ter written by !;',
uderinan. of Dimondale. Mich.
lH-riuittcil to make tne extract:
nave no hesitation in recomiiientun
Dr. King's ew Discovery, as the re-!
suits r.i-i-e almost marvelous in the j
case of my wife. While 1 was pastor!
of the lhiptist hurchat Kives June- j
tion sin- i.vas brought down with
demand put upon wheat l'm-uiuon'ia succeeding- .a Gnpiic.
Terrible paroxysms of coughing would
last hours with little interruption and
it seemed as if she could not survive
th'-n:. A friend recommended Dr.
King':- Xew Discovery: it was ijuick in
its v.ork and highly satisfactory in
results." Trial butties free at Blomey '
er ,v Hainan's drug store. Kegtilar
si.;e .Ii ie ami sl.iKI.
Vits!lnt.u; in Limestone.
Kuv.ard Iiaig. ihe well-known op
tician of Danville, who is also an ar
dent angle:-, discover, d a singular
freak of nature while camping- on
Dick's i liver i-ecentiy. High up on
the side ni linie-toiie cliff, nearly
loo feel from the level of the river, he
found carved in the stone a well de
lined likeness of George Washington.
Til-1 features stand out in bold relief.
Is now complete and all are cordially invited to call and seethe new
styles and low prices at which we are offerin g them.
OUR STOCK OF DRESS GOODS
Surpasses any line we have ever shown. We have the latest novel
ties in Crepes, Plaids, Serges, etc., Trimmings to match all goods.
giOur Flaenels, Yarns, Cotton Flannels, etc., cannot be equaled.
OUR CLOTHING DEPARTMENT
Is full and complete in all lines. We can sell you a strictly all-wool
s uit for men at $5 00 and upwards. Boys and Youths Suits at unheard-of
ur sleek of UNDERWEAR AND SHIRTS
Cannot be equalled in southeast Missouri.
OUR CARPET DEPARTMENT
Contains all the stytes from the cheapest Hemp to the best Bodyij-
tne allowance airainst Thomas J. Kran estate
rr abut 'ti.t.Mi
i m allowance airains-T Thomas J. lioan estate
One allowance aainf 1 Thomas J . Ilean estate
One allowance aaint Thomas J. Ilean estate
ami L W. l!eati estate ami A. .1. Jean for .
about 91 14. in).
One allowance airainst Thomas -I. Hear, eftate
ami A.J. Mean for alxmt $I7.
SAM I" EL HITT.
A'Imin;stratir of theratateot Isaac C Hitt.
IXEt I TOU'S NOTICE. Notice is hereby
J friven that letters or administration non
the estate f Henrv Meyer. ileceael. have been
raiilel to the umleivijriitHl by the Cape liirar
adan Cnrt ot Omunon rieas. of l ape iiirar
ieaii county, Missouri, lwarinjr tlate the S-th
iay of May, K.c.
All persons havinc claims against said estate
are required to exhibit them to him lor allow
ance, within one year from the date of aid let
ters, orthev may'lK' precluded from any i'nelit
f t-ivi estate: and if said claims be not exhib
ited w ithin two years from the date of the pub
lication tff this notice, thev will be firver
barred. WIlJ.lAM MEYER
A iminiti:a t
hrehy ivi-n that letters of administration
umh the estate of. Sarah L. Hobbs. deceased,
have eeii Tanteii to the nndrsiirned y the
CajH iiirardean Conrt if ruimn I'leas. of
CajM iiirar-ieau cuntv. Missouri, bearimr dat
the l!th day of June. l-X,.
All persons haviitj; claims ajiinst sai'l estate
are retiired to exhibit them to him for allow
ance, w ithin one year from the date of said
letters, or they may be precluded trom any
benelit oi" ueh estate": ami if s-aid claims le not
exhibited within two years from the date of the
puhliration thU notice, thf. will befrver
barred. WILLIAM J. ill IT.
llerebv tiven tii
IX NOTICE. Notice is
; ;i saaii f
ii'a:-Iy .-tr:kiu iiki:n'-s of thf father
o: iiis eor.iilry. Xot only are his well
kiio'.vn an-' laniiliar forehail. imt?
aiiil inoiitri well sh:tik-(. lint the oicl
styie "vlioker"" about th- neck anil
t!-:-eoi-!i ':v il hat aiv a'.so easily traeed.
Th- faee oivispies ;i spaee about 4 liy
:'.f ;" -t in (linii-n!oi:s. The. raetl
trait ran eailv !e s--n from tin-
i "C OllileJI its
O't "oini-l! once -lefenii
the nam- of -lohn '01111-
of nuirl-r in Cork, am
witiifs :or the rrown was a iol:eeniar. j
f l.iini the priMiner's hat. wiiii-h j
he 1- fl 'iM-himi him in his, I'.iht from tile I
s.vne of his -niit. Ait-r traveling j The Cape Girardeau Street Kail
l(aekwar.l ami forward, as was hi I way company-receiver
habit in fros-exaniii;at:oii. from the !
all-imiiortant i'.;e'iioiias to tlie hleni
of the hat he thus rontiinini:
BOOTS AND SHOES
We are the acknowledged HEAD-QUARTERS.
VISIT OUR STORE, SEE OUR GOODS AND HEAR OUR PRICES.
iini tlieestatc ir Charles Kla. tli-rasl.
j i::iv- I. i! ratitt! ti titf iiinlT'.irii-i by the
i aiM iiirjsrileau curt el" Ctimnitm 1'1'". ol
f 'aiKi:rar'liau r.nu:tr. Mi oiiri, hrarinjr tlat
j :;lst tiny ol' May. s:o.
All MTMtii' hninrr!aii:i aj;iii:st sai.l .tate
! arc rt.iiiris to i-liilit t!rni t ltr ler allow-
' ar wiiliin out yt-ar I'rrni Tin tlate ot saitl
i letters, or tltev ii1; v lt' i-rt-ehidftt frtm anv
ien-tit or snrh ette: a ii sri'l claims lie not
it! withi'i two rears Innu the -late et tlie
atioji ol' tri i otlee. tltev will 1 ftiTever
'iarr-.. AXNA KLAtiKs.
v To all whom it may rontvn:
i Take notice that i will, on th
! Momiav of SeDtemlwr. 1
.sow. men. vun swear iiiai tne iiai ,
in my hands is the hat you found -in
every particular the !-atne?"
Witness "1 tlo."
'('onneir "And inside the hat was
written the iirion-r's name" (looking
int th- hat and ?jK-llin' the name
v-ry :-lowly j. ".J-o-h-n i-n-n-e-ry"
oieiositi- .-hore. ami the wonder U
it had not liefore lieen notieed.
rlaii'isof tne opinion that it was , ,-, (ln,,,.i (lioldin.r mi th. hat in tri
phie-d there by 1 Yovidenec as an ad- j um!m , j,,,,. ..mi j,lry) "My lord,
monition to aii-'.ers ti lv truthful Ln.i .rn,i,..p f ,h,. ;n,.v. there is no
' ' name in the hat at all."
A Mean ! nstnimlicii.
"My dear nephew." wrote l"mle
Allen I 'arks, who was sriendin:.- hi i
vacation down in the country. "I :
fend yu i to-day ;i peck of line. Iarjre j
juicy peaches, freh from the tree, j
They arc the lx-t I have .-een this j
year, and I hoe you will enjoy them, j
"Your a'Tectionale uncle.
"t. S. The uuantitv f reailv send!
Thi-mailea sensation, and ultimately
th- prixmer was acquitted.
soon tneivaftcr as I can tie hcar.i. uv--eiit
to the 'apt- ;ir:;rdeat: ( oiirtof
Common i'leas my report of the sale
of all its real and n rr-onal jiroH-rty.
together with tiie franchise of theCajie
(iirardeau Street Kailway Coiiipany.
Also durinr said term will jnvent my
tinal s.'ttlenifnt for approval, and ail
those having claims airainst said com
pany must present the same to said
court during the tirst week thereof for
allowance or the same will le forever
barred, as 1 will make tinal distribu
tion, and ask for my tinal discharge
during said term of said court.
V. H. COKKVKi:.
"If jieople would just rememlx-r that,
ilour would extinguish blazing gaso
line the knowledge would le inestima
ble." said a man of the house to-day.
Sunday the tank on our gasoline stove
was blazing. Wet cloths were used
without effect whenJI rcmemliered that I
had read that flour would extinguish
vou -is a bushel, but there won't li-
more than a oeek of then, when ,..,-I 'he blaze. A handful did almost put
reach -you. They go by express.
"Hen." said the old colored deacon
to his son. "you's a-gwine out now
inter de great en wicked worl. "
"En you wants to heed my exwise. "
'Well, dis is erbout all I got ter say
ter you: Don't go in de poultry busi
ness when de moon is shinin." en al
ways lie sho' en keep in de front part
er de mule:" Atlanta Constitution.
it out and another snurTed it complete
ly. It would lie a good idea to paste
this up. so that in an emergency it
might save both life and property.
lteware of swindlers.
We have exposed, during the last
year, many swindlers who advertise,
under the name of medicine, vile com
pounds which only increase human
suffering. To all who need a pure
medicine and blood purifier, we can
honestly recommend Sulphur Bitters.
Notice to Contractors.
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned Iload and Bridge- Commis
sioner of Cape (iirardeau county.
Missouri, will on Monday. September
!ith. I'.'."", at site of bridge on Allen
ville and Bloomheld road let contract
for repair of said bridge. The Com
missioner reserves the right to rejwt
acv and all bids.
J ames F. McLaix.
By L. M. Bean. Dpty.
Road and" Bridge Commissioner.
is hid behind the
veil of obscurity.
C. J. Haman, the
Shoe man, how
ever, is not bother
ed by any political
drapery; and poli
tics may come and
polics may go, he
sells on forever.
I C. J. Haman.
I 115 Main St.
Hstb Adopted tbe
xcelled bj any mUi in tae ooontry.
And if now making Flour that can no: b
of the Roller Process floor will convince aay
Judge of Good Flour that it to auperior to any
GIVE IT A TRIAL;
P. W. POTT, Proprietor.
Cape Gfmrdeao To.
Sherifl's Sale of Heal Estate.
Bv virtue and authoritv of a gen
eral execution issued bv the clerk of
the CajH? (Jirardeau Court of Common
I'leas of Cape Cirardean county. Mis-
i souri, in favor or benj. lucent, au
I ministrator of the estate of Fanny
!Cox, deceased, and against Henry
! Schuetz. liearing date tlie twenty-ninth
day of May, !!.". and returnable to
1 the September term. 1S1I.1, of the Cape
I Cirardeau Court of Common I'leas of
I Cape (Jirardeau county, I have levied
i upon and seized the followingdesoriled
! real estate, lying and being in the city
: and county of Cajie (iirardeau. State
i of Missouri, as the property of Henry
j .Schuetz. to-wit:
j North thirty-two (:t2) feet of lot
I fifty-eight (.s) in range (I in the city
; of Cape (iirardeau. am' I will. on.
: Wednesday, the 2.7th Hay of
j Septembek. A. D. !!'".
J At the court house door in the city of
jCape (iirardeau. county of Cain? (iir-
ardeau. State of Missouri, lietween
I the hours of nine o'clock iu the fore
noon and five o'clock in the afternoon
' 01 xnai uav, anil auring ine scmi
I of the Cape (iirardeau Court of Com?
i mon I'leas of Cape (iirardeau county.
1 sell at public auction, to the highest
j bidder, for cash in hand, all the right.
. title, claim and interest of Henrv
' Schuetz of inand tothe above described
J real estate tosatisiy said execution and
costs. Judsox M. Raxdi.l.
THE MILD POWER CURES.
That tbe disease of dinMrstlc ani
mals Bosses, Cattle, Sheet. Dogs.
Hoou, and I'otltrt, are rami by
Humphreys' Veterinary Speci
fic, Is as true as that people ride on railroads,
send message by tt-lfgniph, or sew with lewlng
machines. It l as Irrational to bottle, ball and
bleed animals la order to cure them, as It Is to
take passage In a sloop from Xew York to Albany.
Used In the best stable and recommended by
the V. S. Army Caralry Officers.
tF500 PAGE BOOK on treatment and cars oi
Domestic Animals, and stable chart
mounted on rollers, sent free.
crass 1 Fevers. Coninllau. Inflammation.
A. A. iaal .Mraiacilia, Milk Fever.
B. B. Strain. Uanm. KkeaaiaiUaa
C IHitrmprr. Null Disckarjes.
D. D-Bolaor irsk. WeraM.
E. aaaks. Hravea. Paeaaiaaia.
V. F.-Talic ar (iripea. Bellyacke.
. . Miararriaer. lleaiarrkasea.
H.IIrriaary aad Kidaer Disease.
I. I.-EraatiTeDiaeaaes, Haao.
J. K. Diseases sfDiceMkia.
hlakle Case, wttk Kp-iOo, aanual.
Yet. Care on aad Medkatar. tt.9
Prir. 8lacle Bottle (over Sdoanx .
Notice to Contractors.
Notice is hereby riven that the un
dersigned iload and Bridge Commis
sioner of Cape Girrardeau county,
Missouri, wiil on Saturday, Septem
ber 7th. at H o'clock a. m. at
site of bridjre at Dutchtown let con
tract for the repair of said bridge.
The Commissioner reserves the right
to reject any and all bids.
By L. M. Bean. Dpty
Road and Bridge Commissioner.
FABH FOB SALE.
I oflVr ror farm enntaininjr iflitT arn fr
fair. The farut is lorated in thr rity limit or
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