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-ni,;, "1 -- r--- ( 7 If -1 1 i i ' .n o . .it 2Z$r 'vss;, t-J v. THE rtCPLE'3 PAPER "SICCEM COMES TO TBOSC S0 CO OUT AMD CET IT" Sl'SSCSlPTlCM PRiCE, $1.03 A YEAS. 11 tZ'iVZZ Vol. XIII Cape Girardeau, Missouri, Friday, November 17, 1911. No. 54 0 A WJ An Annual Corn Sl.ow For All Southeast Missouri. An annual Corn Show for all Southeast Missouri, why not? And why not a Southeast Mis souri Corn Growers' association? The section called Southeast Mis souri comprises twenty-seven counties. They are quite dis tinct !n soil and crops from the remainder of the state; but the spirit of the people is the same. The enterprise of the people in holding county and township corn and stock shows has de veloped many good corn growers who have commanded attention from the state. Many men have been growing high producing types of corn yet unnamed that need only a wider advertisement j Chester, 111. to become established and rccog- Discussion Dr. M. E. Shelton, nized breeds. I Cape Girardeau, and Dr. L. M. The time has come when the i Reaves, Desloge. best interests of this section de-j Clinics: mand some central corn conven-j Chair clinic "Some uses of tion and exposition to unify j Sulphuric Acid in Putrescent ideas and ideals in corn growing, i Root Canals and Immediate Root When this is done Southeast Mis-1 Canal Filling." Dr. C. F. Wood, souri will win wide recognition Caruthersville. as a corn growing region. Breed-j Table Clinic "Modern Cavity ers of pure seed will gain wider J Preparation according to Black's and larger orders for their seed Method; also Anatomical Artie- Dental Association Meeting. The Southeast Missouri Dental Association was here this week and drew many prbrninent dent ists from all over the etate. The program, in part as follows: PROGRAMME. Address of welcome Hon. W. II. Miller. Response Dr. W. E. Urban, Perryville. President's address Dr. J. S. Dalton, New Madrid. Discussion Dr. C. W. Reid, Charleston, and W. A. Reynolds, Marble Hill. Reading of minutes of pre vious meeting. Paper "A Message from Il linois," Dr. L. B. Torrence. A lady who ua3? about to start on a trip to the southern part of the world was advised to be sure to look for the equator. Onboard the vessel she approached the captain and told him she would be greatly obliged if he would point out the equator to her. After awhile he tcld her they were drawing near, and gave her the use of his telescope, Pulling a hair eut. he held it in front of the telescope and said to the lady, "there is the equa tor, can you see it?" "Oh yes. yes." said she. excitedly, "and there's a camel on it!" Some Advice on Eo to Escape Pneumonia. Eon't expose yourself to cold. Don't refuse yourself plenty of fresh air. Keep yourself dry. If you get wet change garments at once. Too much heat predisposes you for an attack of the disease. Don't drink alcoholic bever ages or smoke to excess. Both lower the resistance power. Sleep in a room that has plenty of fresh air and not too much heat. If you work in a hoc cilice. Premiums Awarded at Jackson Cora Show, Nov. 15-1G. BEST CORN. ("lass A. Men's Class; Boone county white, ten ears First, Hy. J. Brinkopf , $5; second. E. C. TuscholT. $2.50; third. Clar ence Tuschoff. $1.25. Class B. Men's Class: Reed's Yellow Dent, ten ears First, H. C. Hensley. $: second. S. D. Hensley. ?2.50; third. W. C. Hope, $1.25. Young Men's Class. C-1G to 2U; best ten ears -First.Glenn Iltns- and the business of corn grow ing will assume larger propor tions. More people, stimulated by wider competition will find it to their advantage to take their winning corn on to the State Corn Show and with a surer hope of success. Mindful of these advantages and recognizing its position as a school of the people, though pri marily a school for the training Huber. Ste. Cast-Fred- ulation," Dr. L. J Genevieve. Table Clinic "Some ings," Dr. R. E. Wal?h ericktown. Wednesday: Address Dr. J. II. Kennerly, Dean dental department. Wash ington University, St. Louis. "The Selection of Filling Ma terials," Dr. J. F. Wallace, Canton. Discussion Dr, Betrayed at the last minute by the machine he had trusted so long, Galbraith Rodgers, trans continental aviator, tumbled ZOO feet out of the cloud3 Sunday afternoon on the last lap of his flight from ocean to ocean. The scene of the last accident to the conqueror of the air was at the little village of Compton, some miles south of Los Angeles. The aviate was badly hnrt. His doctor says he has internal in juries that may end his career as birdsman, and his machine, the famous Vin Fiz, is a total wreck. keep bundled up when on the llev on Bone County White. $5; street. sccond. Albert McBride. on S. Don't let a cold sro too far: it Is- Yellow Scholarship; third. weakens the power of resisting ' Newell McKee. on S. S. Yellow, pneumonia. fourth. Bennie Talley, on P.p rpcriil.-ir in haV.M S. C. Yellow, fourth. Robert Don't be afraid of tht weather. Don't run from a hot room in-nte' to the street. I Coys Class D, ten ears First, Don't take a hot drink and re- 1L A- Brinkopf. on B. B. White, turn immediately to the cold air. scholarship; second. Leon Brink- If you remain indoors most of Pf on C C. White, $5; third, ie limp, don't wnar rm hpaw Kelly Grant, on B. C. White. $4: $1; second, Wm. I. Wills. 20c. Cornfield Beans First, Kelly Grant. 50c. and second, 25c. Pop-corn Silas Campbell. Two K. Bearm First. D. E. Talley. Tobacco, hand first. A. Kien inger: Fruit. Apples First. R. Sha ner, $1.50; second, F. H. Nie meir. 73 cents; third. John Pierce. Pears-First. Mrs. E. Tucker. $1.00; second, same. Women's Department. Butter First. Minnie and Alice Steele. $2.00; second. Mrs. A. Crump. $1.00; third, Mrs. cold (-'oza- on ?- - Vnitp. ?2; sixth, Abe King. 50 cents. ! Walter Brinkopf, on B. C. Flour, bread First Mrs. A. Mrs. G. F. J. L. Lindsay, -Dr, D. of teachers, yet recognizing a responsibility in the spread of i Poplar Bluff. all useful knowledge, the State! "Impressions"- Normal School at Cape Girardeau ! Sloan, Bloomfield. will this year call in the farmers j Discussion Dr. M. A. Gris- who support it for mutual or-1 som. Cape Girardeau. ganization. At the same time! "Guttapercha and Its Uses in the regular Farmers' Week will ; Dentistry." Dr. C. B. Coleman, be held. The program for the ! roplar Bluff. waU is not yet completed, but Discussion Dr.vJ. W. Braham, is to contain lectures and dem-i Farmington. '"Review of what was done and said at the last State and So ciety Meeting," Dr. S. C. A. : Ruby, Clinton. The government steamer Mis-i Chair clinic "A Demonstra sissippi, with members of the ; tion of Somniform in Extracting Mississippi River Commission ! Teeth," Dr. aboard, loft St. Louis at 10:;'.0 a. Bonne Torre. Proposed rocking of Kings highway south of Sikeston. which was voted on, carried four to one. Kingshf"hvay is the oldest road in Missouri, and runs the time, don't woar too heavy undergarments. Depend more on overcoats and mufflers when you go out. If you start wearing heavy overshoes be careful about going out without them. Keep yourself in a normal condition. onstrations on general farming topics which will be of interest to all who attend. E. II. Matkin. in a straight line from New Madrid through Sikeston to Ste. Genevive. The length of the road voted upon is ten and one fourth miles. Scott county is building many rock roads. The next move will be to build rock roads intersecting Kings High way and building of the Sike?-i ton and Charleston road. ' Fleeing to .-it: ..:: f the ; town which u -i-ihn...t .. 1 with ; being wiped out by ar. explosion j of 15.000 i o-.-.h-l tu iiy .amite. ; 400 residents i Odt Mo., re-; turned sew: :d hours Liter to find that twuity mi tiers employed in trw YtMV-.v D.v- mire. ;!: risk : ! of their own lives, had removed ! j explosives from a burning mill.! The mill, valued at $200.! '00. was! ' destroy tcl by tiro. fourth, Roy Matthews, on B. C. : White, $3; fifth. Albert Leimer. on Yellow Corn. Sweepstakes; Best Bingle ear First. W. C. Brinkopf. on D. C. White, $2.50; second, C. P. Mat thews, on B. C. White, $1.25. Boys Corn Judging Contest First, Robert Goza, scholarship; The Banks bankruptcy case I second, Kelly Grant, $5; third, was up before Judge Ross Fri-! Albert McBride, $2.50. day for another hearing. Banks j Farm Products Best bushel was formerly in business at wheat: First, Edwin Reitzel, Oran, but his holdings were (trophy cup ($10); second, Albert recently turned over to the bank-j Biers. $2; third, D. E.Talley. $1. ruptcy court for adjustment, and j Oats First, II. J. Weiss. $1; finally a proposition was sub- j second, J. W. Wilkinson, 50c Imitted to settle on the50c-on-! Clover Seed First. Walter the dollar basis and allow Banks ' Kinder. to resume business, and the lat-! Hay; ten pounds, Timothy. - end, fa); seeo or): II. D. Hensley, 50c. (Alfal first. G. W. Peterman, $1: .d, O. B. Kinder. 5oe. (Cluv tirst, J: W. Wilkinson. "!: ece-n.i. Win. IlLrs. 5W Cow-i.eas -Fir-t. S. D. II en ter proposition will likeiy be I First. J. N. Campbell, -$1: sec-; accepted, although we have no definite information to that ?r.d. Banks' liabilities arc said to aggregate $27,000. His children are parties to the ea-o. claiming several thousand d-'.l:.rs Uc as Va'-te-. Crump, 50c; second, Siemers, 25c. Cornbread First. Mrs. M. W. Gholson, 50c; second, Mrs. A. Crump, 25c Display of canned fruit, jelly and preserves First. Mrs. S. D. Hensley, $3; second. Mrs. L. Miller, $2: third. Mrs. George Grant. $1. Honey John G. Putz. Best plain sewing First, Grace Randol; second, Cecil Ran dol; third, Roena Hensley. Home made soap First. Maude Evans. Maple Syrup J. W. Wilkin son. POULTRY. Best trio pure-bred chickens. R. I. Red-First. O. B. Kinder; second. Abe King. B. L. S. S.- First. Charles Schrack. , S. S. Ilamburgs-First. J. i. I Campbell. P.. L Red -First. Otis : second, Mrs. Dr. Sad- 11 I- irst L. C. J. W. Kinder. x First. Moss W:n. II. Wag- m. Tuesday on its annual "low water trip" down 'the river. The trip makes the 10th semi annual meeting of the commis sion on hoard the boat. The commission expects to complete the trip November 25. at New Orleans, after going as far south as Port Eads, La., where some special levee work will be con sidered. The commission will hold daily hearings, and plans for new revetment and levee work at different stops along the way will be considered. The boat travels only in day time. The first stop out of St. Louis was at Cairo, 111., where citizens presented requests for additional levee work. At New Madrid, Mo. citizens were given a hear ring on levees and at Caruthers ville, Mo., Golden Lake, Ark. and Memphis, Tenn. The aborigines of the west were represented at the Trans Mississippi Commercial Con gress, which convened Tuesday. An Indian band of forty pieces furnished music all week. There are members of twenty tribes in the band. Four Indian pages, a Sioux, a Crow, a Pueblo and a Navajo, were appointed to serve on the lloor of Convention Hall, where the meeting of the Con gress was held. Prominent In dians were on many of the del egations and made addresses. Senator Owen of Oklahoma, who has Cherokee blood in his veins, was one of the principal speakers. Table clinic Dr. II. S. Reborn. Ste. Genevieve. Chair clinic "Amalgam Fill ing, Using Mallet." Dr. R. G. Williams, lllmo. DENTISTS IX ATTENDANCE. St. Louis J. 11. Kennedy. Chester, Ill.-L. B. Torrence. Farmington J. W. Braham, C. A. Tetley. Poplar Bluff - C. B. Coleman, J. S. Lindsay. New Madrid J. S. Dalton. Perryville L. W. Holtman, W. E. Urban, J. C. McBride. Altenburg El. M. Lottes. Charleston J. B. Penny, C. W. Reid. Ste. Genevieve II. S. Rehm, L. J. Huber. Dexter J. W. Smith. Bloomfield D. A. Sloan. Illmo R. G. Williams. Campbell -T. O. Nevil, N. M. Jones. Caruthersville -C. F. Wood. Cape Girardeau C. B. Ruff, J. B. Roberts. L. F. Popp. M. E. Shelton. M. A. Gnssom, B. W. Willis, C. E. Schuchert. J. V. Braham. J. 11. Watkins, u popular real estate agent of Oran. called at the Herald office Tuesday and left an order for some high-grade job work. Mr. Watkins was' enroute to Neeljs Landing to attend a celebration of his mothers S.'5rd birthday, she be ing a member of a family con sisting of five generations. Tile icad-produclhg e V.n'Je of Missouri, accord ing to the tato blue book, are (Vie, Franklin. Green. Jasper (the largest. I Jef ferson. Lawrence, Madisoo, Mon iteau. Newton, St. Francis and Washington. Miss Hattie Harris, seventeen years of age, attempted suicide by taking carbolic acid, Satur day last, at Sikeston. Disap pointment in a love affair is said j to have caused her to seek to end j her life. She recovered after ; the physicians had reported a ' hopeless case and the rally and 1 survival came as a surprise. VEGETABI.S. ; Irish Potatoes--First. J. M. Statler. $2; second, Jno. Pioivo, '$1: third. Wm. H.Wesscll. 5oc Sweet Potatoes -First. D. E. : Talley. $2; second. Maud Evans. !$1: third. Mrs. M. E. Sawytr. : 'id cents. , Turnips -Fi:t. Ma;:i Evan--, j 5" cents. j Pumpkirs Fir.-t. Wiloer Mitt. J7.V. ; second. J. W. Fasten. 5V. ; I third, Walter Kinder. 25c. S-orgnuin - v irst. u. . mo.cs, R C Willian ler. Bu:: Goods' Ihrr Walia.-, iter. Whir. L. C. Ford. G o 1 d e n cott Reed. V into Leghorns man. W. R. C. Minor. R. T. Hendera'.in. Bar. tains - First. der. W. H. Turkey-First Talley. Geese First, D. E. Talley. Wyandotte - First, Mrs. "odson: second. Cletis Wyandotte First. C. W. Peter- -First. Dr. Walk M'.l- 1). E. Maccabees la State Rally At Jellerson City. A t-tate rally of the Indies of the Maccabees began Nov. 14. A delegation, headed by Mrs. May A. C. Summers, arrived from St. Louis at noon. Mrs. Hadley gave the visitors a re ception at the Mansion: Sedalia, Moberly, Mexico and other towns sent delegations. i Leon Ileatley, a saw mill man i wno conducts a mill on the Hoxie i branch of the Frisco, lost an arm ; by backing unconsciously against j a cut-off saw, cutting his arm between wrist and elbow. The1 accident occurred Saturday. ; thieves entered the station office at Brooks Junction Satur day night and "lifted" $51.02. As there is no night office at the junction the larsons had full . sway. Not a new raaroiJ, but a new route over rojds well known for ch gplendij service they give the Frisco Lines z Santa Fe The establishment of this through service h.H provided a s!wrt rJ i::)t illfi'ct loaie tJ California, Arioroi ani New NL-mco. The route u via the sccmc sections of No Meu: and the Grand Canvn oi An.---n "the grandest iht ::i ill Ame: ,a " Et.ib:shoJ Nov. 12th D..iy lhrea.,h stAndrd id t ju. :. t T.lsoer service : : :.l a.-d A New Dish. Heroic Treatment. There was recently presented j "Why must you invariably to a newly married young woman j take a taxicab when you i.ave in Baltimore such a unique do- j been drinking''" i mestic proposition that si:e felt "The bill always sobers me jcalled upon to seek expert advice j instantly." Ex. from another woman whom she ' knew to possess considerable ex-; i perience in the cooking line. A Scary Horse. mrs. .tones. sain ine iui i r , , , , A man m upper evv ork ! , ibtate. who hs desirous Ot jfreauue nnuw tut- ; chasmg a horse for i mem. vi int- i.'.uer. i in win iu i,;, irouoie you. our. i must nave your (.. Me I ' .. e u: .. Kev. T. F. Lowery has resign ed as pastor of the Sikeston Baptist church after a long pastorate. t...:.. : '.. d.i'. i !t'.--Staiul.iri Mem-!.. there u : !i St. louis. If you are planning a trip Co Cal ifornia, consider the aJvanta;;e of this new direct route. The Frisco Aint will give you full infortnation. Ti.reuh and Fit 's California. .ei.i r t-v.'tv oav rrota t S;nnrie!d connecting l the Lire.: ':; service itom advice." "What is the trouble, niv ULar?" "Why, I've ju.-t liad a phone message from Harry, saying that 'he is going out this afternoon to i shoot clay pigeons. Now, he's I bound to bring a lot home, and jl haven't the remotest idea how to cook them. ; tell me?" Won't you 'lease Creed and Deed. "The woman whose husband was killed in master's factory is belovV with her three children." "Tell her to go away. I am practicing for the charity con cert and can not be disturbed." Spokesman lie iew. pur- the use of recently entered into : negotiations with a veteran horse dealer. "Now, I'm not so particular ; about speed." said the prospec tive purchaser, "but I must i have a gentle horse." i "Here is one that I'll warrant to be perfectly safe," said the j dealer, indicating a sad-looking j steed nearby. I "Are you sure he is not afraid t of anything?" insisted the man. i The dealer assumed an air of deep reflection. "We'd." he said, "there's one thing he has always appeared to be afraid of ever since I got him. It seems as if he's scared todvath for fear some one might say 'Whoa!' and he not hear it. Pittsburg Leader.