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THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD
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THE WEEKLY GLOBE-DEMOCRAT issi ed Twin: every week treat Semi-Weekly newspaper and journal for everv mem 'b,r ,.f the family, with a wiekly Farm and Home Magazine Section in Colors. Regular yriw $l.tm per year. peal rate. Two Years or Two Yearly Subscriptions for One Dol.ar. lust the thine and n Big Bargain for those readers who do not care for a largo dailv paper or who desire to supplement their home dailies by taking a metropolitan paper for the news of r ; ORDKR the edition vou prefer TO-DA1. SAMPLE tOIMhS FREE. The Globe Printing Company, Publishers ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI smEMFMFFACTS REGARDING CONTEST Continued from Pane 1. o o ooooooooooooo o o O ATTENTION. O !o o o o !o o o o o o o o o Jesse H. Welters Henry lllcrs Edwin S. Rcitacl Willie Scivcrs Tony Frcdricks Monroe Hretincckc Vntil further notice no con testant will ho allowed to poll inure than a sufficient llUtllhir of Votes to plaee their score live t lumsatnl Votes ot ing ah. a pri ec II A 1 in. I tin the h i ---(. 0.11011 lech t ill'. 1J ( 00 nt. A.. I to east I !.e the se Ilevt list. ulit ill the Per instat'i votes today of the lit A will h l-.oilgh Voto- 17.000 1 in 111 O O o o o , o o , oi o o o o o o , o ' ! 01 Oi Miss Oma Schade Miis Myrtle Aneell Mr. Teie 1 rvin Jarksnn. It. I. No. 1. i let t a l!upiel Peed Mis I. man Hell .-halief . . lli'h 11 Saw yer laa-le Mitchell J.H hsil.t, .'ehli DaUllic.. 5 ,00(1 5 ,000 5 ,000 5 ,000 .1 .000 5 ,000 ,o:.o 5 .000 ,000 ."1 .000 "1 .0(10 ,"l ,(.00 (i .0(111 ."1 .000 It. I). No. r 0000000000OOOOO CONTEST NOMINATIONS Allcnxillo. .1. A. Wither- Allenville. It. I. No. I. Adam Cox, Hon 2.", Win. Pass tioo ,0."iO .000 KtI.ES AND REGULATIONS GOVERNING THE TKIIIUNE FREE FARM AND PIANO lo.Mi.si. Any i-erson residing in Capo C.irardcuu city or county and surrounding territory, (excepting employes f The Tribune) may enter the contest. They do not have to he sul.scril.ers of the paper in order to enter; all that is necessary is to semi .1. their name and address, The awards will he made by a hoard of three judges, who will have charge on the last day of the eontest. They will make the awards and their dociiioti shall he final. The Farm will he awarded to the contestant securing the most votes in the entire eontest. The Piano will he awarded to the contestant standing next highest in number of votes in the contest. Votes may he flipped from the paper or secured on subscrip tion. The nomination counts for 5,000 votes for contestant nomi nated. No person will be permitted to buy papers in bulk for the purpose of clipping coupons, but there are no restrictions as to the sources from which you may gather the votes. Interest all of your friends, relatives, neighbors, etc., in saving the coupon ballots for you or sending them to the Contest Department. Votes will also he given for subscriptions, arid this will be the main issue of this great race for the big prizes. Subscription books mnv be had upon application to the Contest Manager by the parents, relatives, friends or any one else interested in a contestant's campaign. If not convenient to fall, drop a postal card or 'phone the Contest Department and the manager or some one of his assistants will call upon you. Cut coupons out neatly. Do not tear out. Pin or tie them together securely. When so arranged it is necessary to write the contestant's name on the first coupon only, thus saving much useless labor. Postage must be fully prepaid. The Contest Manager reserves the right to make any and all rulings which may he necessary for the best interests of the con test. Mis decision will be final and conclusive. The Contest Manager shall decide all questions which may arise in the course of the contest, and contestants in entering this contest agree to abide by any and all rulings which he may make. We reserve the right to reject any undesirable or objection, able name. Votes are absolutely not transferable. If you drop out of the race vou 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 The Tribune by the contestants or their friends, as votes can only he issued at The Tribune ofhee. Any person wishing to withdraw ' from the contest must 'write us personally as no telephone message will be considered. Each contestant will be given a eommisainn of 10 per cent, of the amount turned into the ofiir in cash by making a report i each week. ! All questions will be cheerfully answered. ! Address all communications to Contest Manager, Cape C.irar- ! dean Tribune, Cape Girardeau, Mo. ! VOTES. Arbor. W. 1'. Cook '.Oil hula Penny Is , OHO Wm. Slinknrd 5,000 Walter llitt ' ."Oil Snvanah Regan .1,000 Jioiey Jones .1 ,000 Geo. Adkinson 5 ,000 Jacob Kinion ." ,000 John Smith 5 .000 Appleton. Hugo W ueher 5 ,000 Wm. .1. Hohnert .r,000 E. C. TusehhofT 5,0011 I',. R. Bowmnnn 5,000 P.. II. F.ggers 5.000 Jos. F. Sehnurbiisch 5 .000 I'.. I-:. Wilson 5.000 Elmer Sachsc 15, OK' Iliehle. Hugo I,. Sehiiurhusch 5.010 Bloda. Miss Ruth Hughes 5,000 liurfordville. Walter Piirford 5,000 I.. H. Allen 5,000 Chaffee. Cecil Koch 5 ,000 Daisy. Miss Millie Crites 6,000 P. F. Seahaugh 5,000 Elmer Kinder 5.000 F.ldon Roberts 5 000 Cape Girardeau. Edgar Savipe ( '. Hudei t . M.y r. -1 ':..!. '.' M..MI'. Amanda Mi x or Jackson. R. I). No. t. Sievers kie Vatl'I'soll. I xlah Wallace Jackson. R. D. No. 5 John A. Ilol.lis. Cora Erv in I'oiii llitt Katie Koch Gladys W oilers, .losie Nitch. . Pert ha Kelhy llert ha I'roemsday Eon glow n. Springer Miller ille. . 1 nil. null Wilferth I lull' Millerville, R. D. No. I Slelhl Miller Anna Pieman I. utile Miller Hoy Wclkcr Gleen C. Smith A. C. Welker ( 'barley Rie man James Canvey New Wells. -in y I. Poren Neelys handing. .1 1 I. i 1; V, -- ci .- I I . .. Mi - Mi - Mis- Miss ( ha- G. C .1. r. Stella ,(i(.. ( '1 1 .1 1 .1 1. 1'l . , 1. 1(1 , .01.0 1 ,000 1 .in 11 1 I .000 (!. 1 mdel is moving Monday in the house lie lately purchased from Fred Clippard. Miss Myrtle I.aClair returned to the Cape Sunday, and has been the gue-t of Mr.-. Agm s MeW illiains. It is 111 ik red th;.t t' e Cj.pe County Milling Co., will open up a bakery 111 the Joe Si hltiuke bullion: In At door to the po-tolliee. II. y 'I.i vior I. ft Tuesday lor St. I "ii!" w hen 1 .- w ill mid. 1 f. an oper.-t- !i- '.. II" : :.e.-,.mpt.l i d b I. Is I :' . r. W 1. It. : . !i . 1 . : 1 1 1 : 1 1 1 nil 1 foil. l a I. '.1 . ; I.i la ' ' . 1. 1 i.i- with a .ri I . ; I , i, . .-,;nda :.!! 1 1,. on 1 v 1 .. !!. tiii" w a- 1 !.: . .1 I--. ..11 I la ii I I Wi le. Mi -am I'. im in.. 1 . .1. 1 1. I I'll Ha ( - I ,'. ( ', ; .;l. ',1.1; I .)! II S- '. I" '. i:.i.:. w - a- 1 c , HOW TO GROW CORN Corn-tirowinrf Interest Karmers of Southeast Missouri. Many response and itupiit ie are eoniing into Sith Habeoik. seeretaly of the Niiiihca-t Mi--niri Normal School Aer. Yield Conte-t from all parts of the Third Venial School . li-t'iiet p.-u ! to ihii e Ion.::-: 1st. that the inn n -t in c n i.'.w ing is i en-all r than 1 i ; Im for. ; Jiul. that bl:-e i- oi;: .. t.. : 1 1AI1 :,-ivel 11 .ed this e. 1 01 !.,- -. i '.an any j M e'. 1. 11: r 1 " . .'il. 1 i ., ' (i.i. is a w 1 ; , 01 , . ; ' . i . i 1 i I I Ilia ( loll j (....!. I I". 1 ' . ! ' I II" ul'il'lll- no,.! ! p.. .1 t i . 'he Not ma! .-. ! . I ,! t al ( i I . ' " oi ' More .'.. -i in Soal In , ! M 1 1 ' l I I. I . ,.,. -.. e ol I 'ii' II ili sts . 11,1. ( . send - I ...' i : i ..'.'lei 111 ." i:: ll ,tlso 11 .74(1 1 1 S. Ellis St Penj Sclirader 540 S. Sprigg street Miss Aline Smith Hanover iv. Ploomlicld rd. Win. Pfistercr 1005 Good Hope St Herbert Niemeier 11 S. Penton St Miss Hello Cochran Paul Thilenius 'j:i(l N. Pacific street Raymond Strom ;j S. Pacific Street Mrs. Alice Kluge Cor. Frederick v Hellevui John F. Reynolds 'JKi Williams street Dr. Rosenthal Mrs. 1-'.. Spangenberg I'.MA Hroadway Holla T. Hraham 17 S. Ellis street Miss Theresa Zinimer 5 Hi Good Hope street Cape Girardeau, R. I). No. 1. Miss Krna lleise 5, j Cape Girardeau. It. D. No 1 Wilson Masters I Cape Girardeau, It. D. j Wilson lleise I Henry Hrinkopf, Jr., i m:. i ,,i..i 1 ,070 M0 .'.id ,000 'ti ,:i to 5 .000 Jl ,100 5 ,050 5 ,0MI 2 .1 mi Mi.-s Dora Kistner Neelys Landing It. 1). No. .' ,0'JO ,"i ,000 ,' ,1100 5 ,000 ,'l ,( II II I Hi ,0'JO 5 ,00' 5, ooo .1 .000 7 ooo ,"i ,ooo 5 .000 i I I 5 ,000 .", .ooo ,o:io "i ,000 5 ,000 5 ,000 5 ,000 5 ,000 .'. ,000 5 ,000 1. M . I ';, : I a !, ' - 1 1 . i a - eelel .1 at ed at I he li.-n,. oi Mi- ,i 1 1 Sil I, It w a- in t he eat ia .' a a -m pi a -e to her Ii ion I- in ha h alter all w in sent the ho-t V"i e ' a. h one a package w 0 h a liainn.i k . n it and oil opening the pai'ka-e loillnl 0 contained ipnlt -piece- l the elo-e of t he e elillig t h"' had eotnplel i d three .(lulls Mrs. Sibley prepared a most delightliil lunch for Iht gue-ts. a.lie- enjoving I he aln t noon Wile Me-daloe- l.ollie Wallet-. Mag gie Morion. Koia Wilson. Eugene MeNeelv, I red (Invert. I .I. Jenkins. Lilly WiUoti. Dan Mem. Charles llelldel-oll. John Slildel. Hell llaVcs. Dr. Atkin-. Ilex. Exilian lio-s. Alxni Hos. Annie laiiibaiigh. Hes-ie Talh-x, A. M l;.ibin-on. A mm- Hani-. I. Armstrong, .'sani Williams, I annie Hope, Sam I'eterinaii, Lulu llelm kalup and Maggie lal'iit'io III MissMattie Simmons 16,0'J0 The Cape Daily Tribune. Price Votes 3 mo S 1.00 1,000 Cmo 2.00 3,000 1 yot,r 4.00 10,000 2 years 8.00 30,000 3 yPars 12.00 60,000 4 years 10.00 00,000 5 vears 20.00 izu,uuu The Cape Weekly Tribune. Price Votes 1 year $ 1.00 1,000 years 2.00 3,000 3 years 3.00 8,000 4 years 4.00 10,000 5 years 5.00 20,000 5 ,rs0 S .Olid o::o 2. ti ,000 No. 3. g .. 17,010 a -, i ii ii 1 1 s .' .000 ' S Elmer Mel. am Oak Ridge. L. W. Smith J. W. Kinder J. P. Malone. Mrs. Addie Crites H. F. Allen Garfield Harks Mrs. J. A. Powers Miss Lou Shell Miss Nora l'lissell Miss Kird Hoffman l-.'ugene Reed Hroxxn Snider Miss Rubye l'utrell. Miss Mollie Williams Miss Ethel Probst Lloyd Taeke Geo. Ford Miss Ellen Harks Aria Nelson Oak Ridge It. I). No. 1. Miss Earl Miller Oak Ridge, It. I). No. 2. Robert. F. Riehn Pocahontas, hula Kietiinger Hern I.itzelfclner Ed. Itiiehling Tims. English l'orahonlas. It. D. No. 1. Delhi Petiroad 5 ,000 Hessie Thompson 5 000 Ethel Roimey 10 ,000 Randies. Jones 5.000 I'ni.inlow a. Hugo W. Fonder 5,000 Whitewater. W. 11. Allmon 5,000 Fred Eggimatin 5,000 Sedgwickville. It. D. No. 2. Theo. J. Hahs 1 ,010 Mi.-s Miss Miss E. M. .000 5 ,000 5 ,000 5 ,000 5 ,000 5 ,000 5 ,000 5 ,000 5 ,000 5 ,000 5 ,000 27 ,000 5 ,000 :t!i ,ojo 5 ,000 17 ,0'J0 5 ,000 5 ,000 5 ,000 5 ,000 Hi .oto 5 ,000 5 .000 5 ,000 15 ,020 5 ,000 I ...SOCIETY... I'.bert of Slkestoll citx Tuesdav for a II. . ! lee j I .!.. in t..!v . '..pl:1i I"', ' . (ill III. I...W to !:: eolh ' I I ll'tl-t. j l'...'1'.le. "Pi. i . ' ml oa 1 klet." j W . I i... i . i . i thing of i'i -t t , t r. n. . I 1 1 I iiithth. ! Chn ic. "', a-. ' i: lnioUit j oil how to I II . IO I I, In 1 of I'OIII I p. r .o i'.- " E ' 1. . 1 1. 1 i ( ..ilia x .--iipi i- I lilt i ndent . 1 l eih l a 1-I o l. " I 'I. .. -e send i me 2 .'ill elilollllielil can1- . I he corn j c.mti -t " W E. II a ki r, Ki nneti. I " W ant t o i liter x mil n i, . con 1 te-t " W a!ti lit hal i X . W al lells- blltg. "I'lea e -end III.' ditalU ol Xlltll corn rioMing eontest." ( '. 1 Evert. (JlUtleX. HI . "Please .-end me your plan to glow 1.M1 Ini-I'i!- ol ..nil to the acre." County Supt. E D Mc Anallx, Ueiimtt, "Pha-e -end enroll ment blank- (or Si u t In a-t Mi ouri 'urn Show twiiai: ri:sons win n SHOl I D SOW PEAS AND then more it: vs. Mr. and Mn came up to til few days shopping The faith :ooi human most our The Euchre club will meet I'hiirs dav afternoon at the home of Mrs. E. Fisher. Mr. and Mrs. Huckner tiagsdale of Charleston returned to their home Tuesday afternoon after spending several davs with Mr. and Mrs. R. L. I.amkiii of Merriwether street. o - Miss I.ennie Clifton left for Hlo gett Tuesday to attend the funeral of Halas Hiichanan, who died in Los Angeles, March '.Mb, and whose body was brought back to Ids lornn r home for burial. o The local Chapter of the R. A. M. nut at the Masonic Hall 'lues. lax evening. Txvo new men. hi is xxere initiated imt" the chapter, they being Gustavo Pollock and J. Kelly. worth xx oil h - from The Cemetery Improvement As sociation will inc. t Thursday att. r liooii at the residence of Mis. I nn! 1'i.tt s:t:t Merriwether street All members and solicitors are .anie-tly requested be present. 1 1 The Knights ami Ladies of Security met at their club rooms on lioiad xx ay Tuesday evening. Nine new members wire initialed and eight applications were brniighl in. The next inciting will be Tuesday March 21th at which lone tin gentlemen have promised a deheiou- luncheon to all the ladies of the -oelelx , they claim it will far -ilipa any they have ever served beloie. 5 ,001) ,000 is JX.MIH - n County Notes Prof. P. M. Hrandt of the Dairy Department, University of Missouri will be in the county the second week in April. A meeting of farmers oi me v..iu Roads (Crump) neighborhood, will held at the schoolhouse, inurs cvening, at 7:30 o'clock. This , o mineral "uet-to-gether" win - . . . mid evervonfe M" invited to HI" U..(, - , attend. Organization will be discussed and the advisability of forming a local club decided. be day will Farm Adviser. The Horticultural Department of the State College of Agriculture will give a demonstration in spraying the orchard. The actual work will he done in Dr. G. S. Hendersons' or chard at Jackson. Mr. Talbert will be in charge. The demonstration will be given March 21 at 2:00 o clock in the afternoon. Hveryono interested is urged to attend; it is free, and furthermore, there is no doubt but that successful fruit growing in this section means spraying. It is necessary not only for fruit production but to preserve the I life of the trees. Meyers Deray. M. Galeener Dutrhlown Miss Frieda Prase Miss Laura Hierschxvold 5 ,000 Martin E. Saunders 5 ,000 Martin Wessel 5,000 I.vdia Ivgginam 5,000 Mrs. N. F. Chastnes 5,000 Mrs. Hen liudert IS, 020 Lillie Suedekum 5,000 Lena Schaefer 5 ,000 Charlie Daumc 5,000 Egypt Millc. Win. Hanebrink 5,000 Ellis R. Daugherty 17 ,0s0 Fruitland. Lawrence Snider.. C. L. Davis Eunice Trichey.... Archie Davis Friedlteim, Mo. Ella Vogt 15,020 John Kaiser 5,000 Edgar Klaus 20,030 Littie Oehl 5,000 Gordonville. Paul Fielder 5,000 Jackson. Andrew Caldwell 17,290 Albert Weiss 5,000 Herbert Quade 5,000 Willie Meier, Jr., 5,040 JACKSON NEWS 1 was a Jackson visitor Julian Millci Sat urdav. Philip a guest Robert was here O'Hrien of Whitewater was of Father Collins Sunday. Volkerding on business ,000 John Shields went Saturday on business. Leonard Scheer went Tuesday on business. of Gordonville Sat unlay. to the Cape to I.utesville Mrs. Guy Tuesday to Deck went to St. visit her sister. Lollh Marbl W'rri.n Maberv went to S.OOOijjiu on lsineKs Tuesday. 5 ,000 Mrs. II. Y. Overbeck who has been sick with pneumonia is reported better 0 ,000 Mrs. Oliver Pulz is playing at the Gem Theater at the present time. Frank Caldwell who has been to St. Louis to undergo an operation was brought home Wednesday morning Mr. and Mrs. Weiss from the Brick School house district were in town Saturday. With the arrixal at W a-hingt . n Mrs. William Cioiiiuniig- Sloiy, pn -n ili-lil general of the Daughter- of t he American Revolution, active prepara tions xxere bi gun for the txxeiitv 1 l.ii.l annual continental emigres.- of the society. Mrs. Story planned to make arrangements for the -eeeption, entertainment and care of the dele gates to the congress, the indications pointing to an unusually large attend ance. Interest in the forthcoming congress centers in the election of the vice-presidents generally, although this is an "off election" year, and the proposed amendment of the con st it ut ion. The programme of the Wednesday Club which meets at the Normal, Wednesday afternoon, is one of the most interesting of the meetings, and il large attendance is expected. The members had hoped that the State President of the Federation of Wo men's Clubs, Mrs. Willin-u Chivvis, xvould be present and speak to the club, but up to a late hour the secre tary had heard nothing definite from her. The papers to be read are: "The Effect of Child Labor on Home Life." "The Effect of Child Labor on I'.conomic Conditions." Then a three minute discussion xxill take place after which "Power and Glory" a book by McGoxxan Conk, xxill be criticised. The ollicers look for a good attendance, as they are anxious to tart the plans of the programme for the coming year. I f I. I. TheX ale one ot nutritious feed- for stock. It. The peas nloiie are from .'i to S-'O per acre. t Cow pea hay i- easily SI0 ner ton. The vield vain one to three tons per acre. ,V If left mi the land and turned under, the vines are xvortli from S5. to $:h'i per acre as fei t ill.er. ti. The roots and stubble are worth from .2 to 1 per acre as fertilizer. 7. The vines, roots and stubble furnish humus i vegetable matter), something nearly all wih are deli ciciit in. S. This humus help- to make the laud cultivate easily; absorbs and holds moisture that will aid a crop to continue its growth during i 1 1, in t Ii . and furnish the condition necessary for the evisleiiee of bene ficial bacteria that enable plants to get nitrogen from the air. It. The .-hade of peaxine- helps n the formation of valuable nitrates in t he s. il. 10. Pi i ine loots are g I sub- solli is They go to coli-ldeiable depths, opening up the earth so air and water can make a deep soil. 11. Coxx.:,s III III xxell III nearly all svstem- ol rotations of crops. TheV ale XM II adalileil to gloWlllg among corn and nlo r ,-ina!l grain harvested in the spiing 1 2. I' a- g- I some ol t In . i nit ro gell fl'olll the ail. free o C'l-t to the tanner. Nitrog. u in o'Iniih I' ml fer tilizers co-t- about pound Nearlx e . ix' long xx pea.. I - t i t i n 'I he lie: II- e v i i I II moli valuable a- i to. !. :, to X' I t lift t 1 ai larger x'ieh I.'. Ilil.loii. 10 I lit- 1,1 11. I- a ia i dr ml hs .-me. make slightly and Lax. C ol ol .... I.ein.; e. .1 so,!- per about I leans, i little a little laud Usually I grain SWAT THE CINCH RIG NOW. In the past .-ity years ihe chinch bug has probably caused a loss con siderably ill evee-s of So.'iO, 000, Ollll to American farmers. Aeemdiiig to depart mi lit al experts, the pest, is more effectively destroyed during the winter months than later xvhcli it has left its xxinter cpiarters. Tim burning of dry haves and rubbage around the tields is the be.-t met hod of destroying tin- bug in I his season of tin; year. Few insects have caused micIi enor mous losses as has the chinch bug. It is the most fatal pest that attack our corn, wheat, and other staple grains. It it were not for the ex treme susceptibility of the very young bugs to destruction by drenching rains and for the fatal effect of cer tain parasitic fungi on both the adults and the young, the practice of raising grain year after year on the same area would become alto gether unprofitable in the I'liiled States. The department, of agriculture furn ishes, on application, txvo pamphlets regarding this dreaded pest . One is a circular entitled "The Chinch Bug" and the other "Chinch Bug investigations West of the Mississippi River."