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THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AM) CAPE COI NTY HERAU)
INTERESTING THE CHILDREN IN THE FARM. A Scotch dinner in Western Minne sota has solved the rollem of how to keep hia hoys ami girls on the farm. lie organized a corporation to take over the farm and its equip ment, giving to each of the children shares of stork representing part ownership in the farm, lor himself he reserved a considerahle part of the capital stock, giving to his chil dren the privilege of appling their, the sows, earnings on the shares of stock held j One of in his own name, so that eventually j ipiirements they will liecome the owners of his 1 is kept in portion of the property. The plan j cannot keep worked so well that all of his chil-: muscles will THE CARE OF THE BROOD SOW County Farm Adviser. On practically every farm in the county brood sows are to lie found. The great majority of these sows will farrow during this month or next and a considerable portion of the farm income depend upon these litters; whether they succeed or fail is largely a matter of management, lief ore the pigs are horn is the time ooooo oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo FILL OUT THIS BLANK Mail or bring it to the Tribune office atonre I nominate Addr. H. I). to begin taking care of them ami the way to do it is to properly care for the most essential re- is cxercic. A sow that cramped, lilt hy quarters I 111 gIMill COIIlllt ion . I ii r , become flabby alid she j j is likely tobeeoinetoofat, Higlit now.' j while the fields are soft, a woods' 'lot is an ideal place for hog :md tiny which j will take siillicieiit oxerci-e. j r him FEEDING. ; ably would not have n I lie farm anyway. dren except one remained on the farm. The one who went away doing so because his natural bent was in a dilTct'ciit direction, was probably a wi-e thing f to do, as hi' prol made a success as a candidal fl in the Tribune's (ireat live lann and I'iano Contest. My Name is . Address The name and I cssarily be divulged, ccptcd. cldress of people making noiiiinatiotis in On! a limited number of nomina' imi- iw n t hat t lie majori I best in the calhlm have an inherent Kxperieliee has si, ty of boys .-iicect for which tlnv liking. The farm consisted of 1 Silt) acres, and the stockholder divided tin labor among themselve. They i.lect ed one of the boys mat-aaer and another secret arv-t p a-unr. The girls were not left out of the plan by their father. Tle-ir work in the home is recognized as the equivalent of the outside work done by tiie boys. I'tnh r the rub of goMinment tic stockholders call sign checks against the corporal ion's I'uiels. the amount being clialged back t'l I heir ohm indi i -1 ii : I account. The plan is workim. si well that a number of neighboring farmers arc said to be colli einplal ing in corporating their farms and equip ments along similar lines, in order to increase the interest of their children in farm work. Hrooil sns shoti! past llt'age whenever alfalfa, and rye are tin- I've or whe.lt, however. pa-lure for hog- ;ni, :,:-e factory. lAic--ie faliie desirable and h.i- often In- of both sow a'ld litter iug time. A sow need- mils be liaVe sui'i'iileut po ible; clover, , ies of thes,-. f hi ni-li i ;n ly . e Vi r sal is- , It under-tood thai f en i :i m 1 1-1 nation coupon!' which entitles the candidal) will b-- accepti')! by tin- Contest Manager. nominal ed nominated i'il not nee will In- :u'. oil)' iioimi- i.lllll) Votes cail-i int. bran, feeds or in The,- with a foru.iu'.; l',-)))s s iw ed with f; t ti ni:,g t iieif l' 1 1 1 1 i li IIMlit s ; ix i 1 1 1 mill;. 'Inn''-, and tankage .-iiv a s is not ail-d tin-! at farrow - '. bone and Inmld not hogs ,e- , :le dllVcr-! oil meal. . II protein lie I al'e Sllit.ible ciiinbinal ion vi feed.- are ln.-t 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' I anmuiii in i is no hard given, for fee j of judgment. much larger forming food i In ti led a ii mi ll each other, supplemented if corn. There I fast nil)- that may be ing is lalMely a mat ti r The brood sow 11 s proportion of muscle i It 1 1 less coin than ihii's )0000000(XXX)OOOOOOOCXOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCKXXOCXXX00; ooocHroooooooooooooooooooooocK 10 VOTE COUPON NOT COOl) AFTER MARCH IS Ac?oi.:l.!..'P,YpM!.ini;T.s 5.:aii:.".;;!:,il:cr.wtl.int!Rrt;i:ia l.-iiiii:; jrc.::...:isai:ilijiiwisi4' Maui.) Thev bill out as ilireclcd and send to the ('mitest ( 'ape ( iirardeail, Mo. Votes cannot be bought. from the Tribune or secured on subscriptions. This Coupon Will Count for TEN VOTES l'or r, The Ti must be i hppe. .'.... ; ..':;:; Overfill .-" - ihsnriiiur '.:- C:t MliVTsil :t cone. ," v .'i'.'iii'l'! J Ap . . i... i i ' .ill-".,'-lion... . ..V.i.Vi ll.lli.iul'.'U.i Won -. ' i.uii it wrisll '.- Si',.,l,:tl,l," f '.- - rrr Tin. (in t m " Cumcant, Ni;V YORK. For Infanta and Children. The Kind Ycu Have Always Bought Bears the Signature i LU hjr Use j hr Over Thirty Yo .'j Krassssa an a pits v i r f- Lmi.s. ii HEN FEEDINC HINTS. A splendid mixture for laying hens is equal parts of cracked corn, wheat and oats, which should be Mattered in the litter. Uran or middlings :t n I beef scraps should be kept ill receptacles to which the fowls have access at all t lines. I'leiitv of exercise increases the egg yield. Provide four or live clean litter in which gram. Cabbages, mangels ed oats, etc., mak f I. When wet Inashe Ihcv an- crumbly For I hi be fed a hard-boiled eggs and stale bread, or stale bread soaki d in milk, W hen bread and milk are Used, care should be excrci.-ed to squeeze all milk out of the bread. 1 nun the third or fourth day until the chicks can cat wheat and cracked coin, commercial chick Iced is a good ration. Plenty of pure, fresh water, grit, .shell ami green feed .should be avail able from the first day. There is very little danger of over feeding young chicks. I eci I the chickens about five times daily and only what they will cat up clean ill a few minutes, except at night, when they should receive all they want. Harry M. I. anion. DEATH CLAIMS YOl NG I. ADV. inches of good, to scatter the potatoes, sproiit- excellent green are fed, be sure and not sticky. first three days chicks may mixture of equal parts of the fattening hog. Sows will eat I cither alfalfa or clover hay and if pasture is not available these feeds make a valuable addition to the! ration. Charcoal, wood ashes, and -alt make a satisfactory vermifuge j and supply mineral matter in aj ration: it is a c.ood idea to keep this! mixture or a similar available one j for hogs at all times. At Farrowing Time, shortly before farrowing time sows are likely to become constipated, a! gooil bran mash or a medium sized j tablespoonful of cpsom .stills given ' in slop will usually correct this con dition. A few days before farrow iug the sow should be given quarters to Exact Copy of Wrapper, TMI CINTAIIN CnMMnT. HI W VIHK . Postofhec U. I). No. -tali ger will (iood for Ten Votes when lille. V mail or otherwise on or hi for. he altered in any way or out and sent to I he ' I he expirat loll of date, transferred after litest MlllM No Coupon rci-eiveii hv t ne otitcst Mamiger. Pill coupons together and mark number of votes in en h Package on the top coupon. If coupons arc pinned securely together it is only tu ssary to write the name of the candidate on the top coupon. 5oooooooooooooooocxoooooooooooooooooooo 'd ,llh a ami i.iovi of bedding. that are gentle and to handling are more than wild ones that an smal SICCUS- satis- j easily I herself, amount Sow s lollied factory excited. At farrowing, if the weather is at all mild, no attention is needed ami unless absolutely necessary, the sow will do better if she is left entirely alone. Feeding. For the first l' hours ing a sow needs no feed. however, be given water she wants t It 1' LICS AND It EOl'LATIONS COYEKMNO THE FREE FARM AND PIANO CONTEST. mi . r.i-: ifter farrow - j 1. She should, j t he lukewarm drink. Water! la lock lua salur.laN all - r. n at occurred the death oi 1 ; mil from piieiiiiiouia. hid lived iii Aivu-ii.i only li,, ml hs. having i nine here ( In ardeau, Mo., for her On 1:1.1 oi Miss i: Miss Kuch about four from Capi health. Ill I- sister, Fdilh accompan ied her and the t s occupied a hltle cottage on Wet 1 il'-t street lltllil death o el took I he sufferer. She hid held a position as steno grapher and bookkeeper at Sikcston, Mil. and was stricken with malaria and had a nervous breakdown. (Jiv ing up her position she came to Arvada where her aunt, Mr-. F. M. I.obcrg, wife of our local dentist, is living, and was later joined by her sister Fdilh, who atlt tided high school and kept house with her. Mrs. Walter Fight, who with her husband came to Arvada with her sister Fdith, was also an aunt. Miss Kuch was gaining in health, apparently, until hist Friday when pneumonia set in and she died within twenty-four hours, from the attack. Her father, A. V. Kuch, was notified and came here Monday to make arrangements to tuke the body home for burial. Hurton V Chinn were given charge of the body and prepared it for hip ment to Cape Girardeau, Mo. The father and sister left Wednesday morn ing with the body und the funeral will take phut- tomorrow from the Cutdiolio church of which the deceased wuit a devoted member in her home town. The young woman wan twenty years old and a beautiful character, who made, friends during, her idiot ptay in Arvada. lbsidcd her bereaved parents she leaves three bibtera and one brother to mourn her early taking away. Arvada Enterprise helps to relieve the feverish condition i jjj that is always present at this time;, jfc anything like a full feed tends lojjr aggravate it and many cases of in-'S flamed and caked udders can be j jfi directly traced to this cause. Sows S with young pigs need to be brought 1 $ on full feed verv gradually. Thev ! S shoul l not be fed heavily before thcljj; ire able l)i take all the mill;., u-ually do this when they are ! S two to three weeks i,,. 1 1 ! t hen to feed t he sow to t he I of her production because pigs ! ft gains on sows milk cheaper 3- more satisfactory than in -iny'S manner. What has been saidS ,' in regard to muscle and hone jjj Any person residing in Cape Girardeau city or county ami surrounding territory, (excepting employes of The Trilmnei may enter the contest. They do not have to be subscribers of the paper in order to enter; all that is necessary is to send in their name ami address. The awards will be made by a board of three judges, who will have charge on the last day of the contest. They w ill make the aw arils ,-,tid their ilccimoii shall be final. The Farm will be awarded to the contestant securing the most votes in the entire contest. tl: ml cotite.-t . t i' ; -i . '..VW$ k'''.v-'-'..---'i? : v ' ' b' "- t-' 1 3. GEORGE THE FUN MAKER I iiie -at iii Violuii-t . assisted b his J little glib, at HARMON HALL ALLENVILLE Coining Saturday Night, MARCH 11 With I Pecks of Fun ADM. 5 & IOC. The Piano will be awarded to highest in number of votes in tin Votes i.iay be clipped from the lion. The nomination counts for ., liatcd. '.-taut -landing next paper or Mill) voles ecurcd i I- collie II Slllisl llp- t.itit iiiiini- pigs They from pays limit make and ot hi r alr-ad forniit I.eP' yield per il I'ecol'i more. No person will be permitted purpose of clipping coupons, but the sources from which you may of your friends, rela.ives, m-ighb ballots for von or sending tlnin g I'oiids is equally applicable good average sow will from .1 to li pounds of milk iv and there are instances on of sows that produced much Sow's milk is high in fat contents, averaging about i percent. More milk is produced in the front teals than m the bail; ones. I hi- big crop is an important one and good care pays to as great an extent as in any other class of livestock. Votes will al.-o be given for si main issue of this gnat race i I ks may be had upon t -1 ii by the parents, relatives, friends or any otic e! contestant's campaign. If not convenient to c; card or 'phone the Contest I ii pat i incut ami some one of his assistants will call upon oii. to buy papers ill bull, Ur lie' t hi re are no re-t rid ion - :. to gather the votes. Int. n -t a I! ..is, etc., in saving the ciipoii to I In- ('oiliest 1 Ii p.,i ; in, nl . ibsci ipt ions, and this will be t he il' the big plie itioll to the C i V M-v-! il. te inti ill, ill ,-i i ipl n I Maliai: :. -t. l in p a po-t latl'll'el' .. , i ;.i w-- Mr iHlli!!'' . t ;, v. ; i U I, l: i A NEW PENSION BILL For Relief of the Widows and Orphans of the Spanish-American War bus I lake l l'l'sl- i I" all qin -t ion , and col!) -talits aii 1 all rulings wl eel any undesirable t ralisfei able. If Vou I , i .ii-: tin d all coll- v. Ill) Il may in i lib ring 'li he mav n ibje to of in- A new pension bill bids fair pass during the present Hcssion Congress. It is devoted to the terests of the widows and orphans of the Spanish-American War Veter ans. It provides u pension of $32 per month for the widows and $ per month for each child under the age of Hi. This is a most commendable move and will serve to relieve want and poverty to many homes where hus bands and fathers died prematurely through liarships and deprivations endured in serving their country. The bill was introduced by Hon. John A. Key, Representative from Ohio. Advertisers who use The Tribune do so with confidence that through its columns they reach the sturdy, reliable element of the community. will call up). II Cut coupons out neatly. 1'" t -t tear mt. Pin "i in' iln in tognther securely. W hen .-'i al'latigi d it i i -aly to wiite the contestant's name on the lli-t coupon onl, useless labor. Postage inn t I e fully pn paid The Contest Manager re-em s the right to rulings which may be necessary for the 1 -t int test. His decision will be linal and ) mil n-i x The Contest. Manager shall de arise in the course of the i te-t this contest agree to abide by any make. We reserve the right t able name. Votes are absolutely not the race you lose all. Subscriptions may be taken to start any time, but are strictly payable in advance, at regular subscription price. Votes allowed as shown below. To secure special vote ballots all money must be sent direct to the contest department of Tim Tribune by the contestants or their friends, as votes can only be issued at Tint Tribune ollicc. Any person' wishing to withdraw from the contest must write us personally us no telephone message will be considered. Each contestant will be given a comminhm of 10 per cent, of the amount turned into the ollico in cash by making a report each week. All questions will be cheerfully answered. Address all communications to Contest Manager, Cape Girar deau Tribune, Cape Girardeau, Mo. VOTES. (hop out of WILLINGNESS TO OBLIGE TpHE puliJir hits a rl.hl lo s-nu(liinj more A limn iv flint (ury se rvice from those who supply ill tch-phonc weds. There is something more to a telephone ser vile 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 arc essen tial to the best kind of telephone service. Cape Girardeau Bell Telephone Co. The Cape Daily Tribune. Price Votes 3 mo $ 1.00 1,000 6 mo 2.00 3,000 1 year 4.00 10,000 2 years 8.00 30,000 3 years 12.00 60,000 4 years 10.00 90,000 5 year 20.00 120,000 The Cape Weekly Tribune. Price Votes 1 year $ 1. 00 1,000 2 years 2.00 3,000 3 years 3.00 8,000 4 years 4.00 10,000 5 years 5.00 20,000 Try to Hfjure Thli. I.lttla lieiiniii "Pupa. Is thero any dlfl'ereiit'H in tho word fool and fool ish?" Pupa "That is. Por instance, peoplo who worry are foolish, whllu peoplo who don't worry aro fools. Now, perhaps, you cun figure It out for yourself. Kt10ldBJ3AO KIACIddOCtCICICICU! lEIDClClflE mcmcicilliciici U JUUIJUULIUIJI JUUI71JU1 I3I3UI Uf I HwCIISfwCimiJO Putting It Up to Him. The guv'nor (threateningly) "Look bere, Parkin, I'vo got tired of seeing these figures dropping month after month, and I Bhall have to seriously consider taking tho only steps left to me to bring about an alteration." Tho Manager "Yes, sir, and from when would your resignation take effect?" Personality. There is no more luipresslvo and re vealing moment with man or woman than when you stand In a room emp ty of their actual presence, but hav ing, in every Inch of It, the pervasive Influences of the absent personality. Gilbert Parker. Definition of "Foreman." One recent Interpretation given fo the term foreman ia a man who lu capable of stepping In at any point and doing this or that man's work beU ter than he can do It himself. Th young man who aspires to do all thH In qualifying for foremansblp has hi work cut out (or him.