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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 12 May 1911

n7 L." ( ' ; I ;! I: ( ttl A tx i 11 I; WW 1' v ESTABLISHED 1866 CAPITAL SURPLUS $100,000.00 25,000.00 Oldest Bank in Southeast Missouri having large capital, except ional strength and established facilities, solicits your pat ronage with confidence jn its ability to ex tent every accommodation for business consistent with sound hanking methods. livery Stable urn Tom Millicr, early Tuesday morning, discovered the livery barn of his brother Jim Miller in flames. He ha.stencnd to a nearby fire box anc turned in an alarm. The fire wagon ar rived in a few minutes and turned two hoses upon the burn inn wiii haye en opportunity to see one of the biggest, if not the biggest aggregation of its kind in the world. 'Patterson's is be yond any doubt whatever, the the largest carnival company that ever struck Missouri. How do we know? We have the word E OFFICERS .). ALPKKT. President H. OLIVKIi, Vice-Pres. II. L. MACHKN, Cashier .1. r . LILLY, Asst.Ciisliler of our mayor, who has seen it. jtriif...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 12 May 1911

of count ISAIAH'S CALL i J - -i i Ml t) - Tf crnr " ';'-- n SunJty Sctoel I.M! (or fc'iy 14, 1911 $ Specially ArrniJ for Tlilt F'pr M i n i t f . r o n ; STKUCTUKE SCO; TO BE TCK DOVIi I f. ;.c .l f f C '. ( lii a Tl-at Ceil i"ms Hid an Excrilir.t I ',c i. At a t : t f 1 1 1 ru y t T-f-W York ),,.! r;;; .'!i't",r int far fii.m lu iirn--.lt ;-I!y l-"-) havo tli'-'i" ui'M j ''.'. .!i of d-:-.ftii!i.-l)!R o: another (.'i o.r:i.'.:inn, rim! p.ii" l ,,,io. If the r.H,',,l fact.' !;;ivi .-r.:m known to 1 aiiiborlf'.oa, On - njf-riior twlni 1 'vij been li r, rtvr ii to rover t'.ie trami Jrii'.t'n r M'l thrt :! a'I!y of B wink, ilct j -i'iii.iitis on tha nul'jra of (he ftctlvl t'.:'!i. X-it fall oiso cf tii' mc boys , l.o arrived did tmt mfiku Muibi;!. ex tremely jiopulnr, but fo ho s more f ) r':,h tSi. in rr aic-mIvu !.. caret r !M Nw.t fof in to eail for any f octal r!i 'ir.l'-y uttontl.sTia from his fC'mo! iistitf. Ito passed hla first tow months hi tho school In comparative peace. . On...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 12 May 1911

CLOCK FACE ON THE CEILING y Pressing Button et Night Ownor of Recently Invented Devlc , May Tell Time. "Vf,r;lie, !:,SiMi,ijty i,ag Dren ilpfied ,y (i10 Knpiiahtr.an ho In rented Die celling clock. Awaking In the middle of the night, tho owner of one or these devices can have the tloik dial reflected on the celling above his bod by the mere pressing of a button. Tho clock Is mounted on a stand which contains an electric battery. It la swlveled on a pair of uprights and during the day Assumes the position of any ordinary time piece. At clRhflt Is turned bo thnt Its dial fares the celling. A flexible cord with a puuh button at the free end extends to the bed. The own er need not get up to loam the time, but ran simply press the button. In stnntiy the clock face la Untiled up and a magnified reflection of It ap pears on the celling. Hcmoval of the A Clock Face on Celling. prelum on the button extinguishes the liht and the owner knows wheth er it la lime to get up or whether he can take...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 12 May 1911

t .f "3 ou Need a Sa lace for Your Funds away r:oN;;Y r.unicn or stovui cIm'I.i J)!;. stoves id not safe: bodices, it trttton to thieves, an incentive to crime 'pitted xn t;i iu in trunko. mattresse s i3 idle a temp- Of JACXCCN U r.k hti'iti, contributin;? tuuntry. Our am vie capital. NATIONAL DAt:iI the o p !(?, js r-u! fficii Deposit your money in hilly safe, ami is placed in circum to tlio jrreriter prosperity of the financial standing of our nt truaranteo of our safety. r I! r '! si I T 4 X T! CLP 10 TT, . T! H T- if" 'iiMW .a. bt. JfcA. l OF JACKSON Willtvm Pai;k Lkon. CLTri'AKD Asst Cashier Cashier II 5, frrnn Notes! Lieut. Col. Mabrey left last Monday night for Texas. He is the only officer of the Sixth Regiment that has been called. 11-3 is ordered to report to Gen. Carter to take part in the bord er maneuvers, J. G. Saup Dr. S. W. Morgan of Shawneetown had business in town Tuesday. Charley McNeely of the Cape was in the city last Friday. Charles Stehr of the Cape wa3 in the...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 19 May 1911

r:z::T,nm n::i, 51.03 a xm, tn xzxtr.zt Vol.Xlll Cape Girardeau, Missouri, Friday, May 19. 19!!. NO. H3 DOINGS OF THE CITY COUNCIL The city council met n regu lar Bession last Monday night, with all members present, with the exception of Mr. Haas, of the third ward. Ordinance No. 917. providing for the purchase of eleven acre3 of land adjoining; the city ceme tery, to be added to that body, was passed by aunanimou3 vote. This step wa3 an absolute neces sity, owing to the fact that all in the cemetery were taken. The land was purchased from Mrs. Ilittand Martin Krueger, at a cost of $3,500.00. A communication from L. J. Albert, asking that the city council remit the taxes on the Normal dormitory buildings, and giving as their reason for re- questing this favor, that the taxes had been allowed to go de linquent while waiting for the state to appropriate money to buy the buildings, was read and file. . .j A resolution was passed auth orizing the property owners of the north end to buil...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 19 May 1911

ARE YOU FRE 17 1.7 f.r.-rr';c: cf c-iavond intend t3 70 TRY T f. f i ! P E n OF or PC NT. NTS. ccoj.ts DULL WITH TIKKER For Oi-.e Cub F. hot-tutors l Rendered CpeeoMs Delehanty's Remark ExNblt!on of Nerve How G;nan Lout J Cims for Pittsburg. Ey HUGH 3. FULLERTON. TJ". f'jpsirtes cf tho baseball fa! 4 I f'tst and .-iitling ant es one young col !' nan remarked after bis flrct tnrte c.f the ci.-'Gng lacisire repartee of the risjr.r leac'js, "This ain't no r'ar f,.r a f.'?Bf liinjan." It Is as Dodo OIs rt'inarkpd after a short fight in an aercr-lapo: "It's En and esUIi.inkt lt!r. but I don't rcommeni It to a xitvoub person set a sure cure." The object of n;ost of the repartee cf Ihif d'fimcr.d Is to tc3t tho nerve end l?itiwr of tn npjv""5,,, lind the I layer who permits the rovgh rail lery to shake either h!s confidence or l is temper in going back Jnnt as s'ire:y as when be commences to foul balls crato his feet which !b baseball la eal:J to ts the autfst alga of retrogres sion. Or.a ...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 19 May 1911

K'' Vhc4 Shell It- Be,? V iHyf WW LUMBERMAN? Tho popular Idea of thla occu pation I far from the facta. It Is a calling which Includes every form of Industry connected with lumber from the felling of the tree in the woodt to the sale of the finished product In the yard. Whichever branch of It your boy may choose, there la plonty of room at the top. By C. W. JENNINQ3. 1 1 15 word "lumberman, " as It if is used ncro, oops not apply 1 exclusively to the rough and It often dlttrrputnblo longing crews of our great forests. ... That Is but ono phase of a comprehensive and varied Industry, and least attractive of all to one who Is ambitious to make for himself a nitlnfiirtory plnco amonx tho success ful bread ivlnncra villi whom be comes In contact. Tho lumbering business takes In everything from cutting down trees In 'the woods to Felling tho finished prod uct to tho man who has ft lumber yard In your home town, and there Is such & frrent variety of occupations con nected with it that...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 19 May 1911

1 ' i i 5! ( 5 -;-;- v ' ".5. C 1 1 " . t MVr f t! r.;y i- i ; ."iv-r c of : .- - .5 x 5 f . -, Jicr J'-.U13 c . . fr-.ur '. i:. :'' ';-, i ;.' -."s. Mr !"! : '. : n r . -v p im in- c It a '1. A r"" r'" 0 .r, .- r- r C' 1 A ' fcU 1 r-e F..irre tir:i. bo the $ ir :;..T'S trr,r,lr-r v itb. S'.'i:' t t b-s ;c''..T prod-jets has Ccnlrcb ilisRer.! Estate BcrJ.i!n3 in Ccpc GircrJcnii Good Rental Property, C!:c:cc Build in Lets and Cape Girardeau Farm Lands for zzh or trade. Here arc a lew bargains: -3 ' ?-a that i. ' .f j - i : 'T 1 few pfC.: S ' -1,,-v - r w .? on r :'.!i:r.? I'1 iaw i 1.! o td 'l o ;:;v.r T.Vy i are f.-r 'r-';c: i "i: : j'ry.fc- : ex; srd tec1 e . rr.ilii c f Z j.yrr las. r,::r? ar -viii..oj it r iw er ly-t wo rii;ii'":c 3'rr ;1 :i-: : j ear? Is v;1:.:-;! it :;.' .;-:. T f Or.s rk r-r :- rs i i v . 7' 21 i rn-r' ':'.r; 1 part i "CP. ; I i.'W "! 1 s r.u i . i . j..r.?.. ftl.it he -vi;j i'-rc-iw iu jty A f'-'IC'il in Y f (.:'".;:- to I'i n rr vr :s t ! i r . . ; s : ccilh...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 19 May 1911

r j h A r ESTABLISHED 1866 CAPITAL SURPLUS $100,000.00 25,000.00 . John Mann, editor of the Oak ItidjkVe Indicator, wc3 in' the city last Saturday. George S. Summers transacted business in Rock Island, 111., the first of the week. . Claude Kerstner of Gordon ville, was in the city lat Mon day greeting friends. J. H. Sohonhoff and family of Advance, were in the city last Oldest Bank in Southeast Mi ssotiri having large 'jiital, exceptional strength and established facilities, solicits your pat ronage with confidence in its ability to ex tend every accommodation for business consistent with sound banking methods. f ) Messrs. Hargrove, MitchacI ! r .1 ur..i.. 1 : juI a it u jriey, i.:i.iit. J a in mc Bloomficld high school, were in the oily last Saturday. Mesdames N. A. Moz'ley and II. E. Miller of Bloomfield were the guests of relatives here last Friday. OFFICERS J, ALltKKT. I'rtMrtent It, K. OLIVER, Vioe-PreH. H 1 4 H. L. MACHEN.Cnshier J. F. LILLY, Asst. Cashier i Sunday visiting fr...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 19 May 1911

c'. i .. ( I II AMEAU - N'ls i; 0 L r. I Ai.,1 l r mium U fr-uruM krt. , Th (v.rrf-r k!.-t t. tho only HVt I'fpiV. pT'lu. protection. i ' rr'co of kl'Mrn-g bus pnna up. ..!s U do excuse for being ono. It vwjMu't epem fu'.r to tax b.-irh-rlors hi A lot t!e young widowers en wave. T?.e "bunnnlow" list Is tho Intrst for fwc-mn. Can. It bo bo'jff.it cn tb la tn'al'iuent plan? I It was Queen ILlIzubcth Tho H.Ut ft !S'o Is n Intellectual method of meet- i.-.g a i::n'..-:u:t.- ! The population of Ir.dla Is 315.000, SO0, an increase of 20,r00,000 r.tiee 3'J01. No race suicide there. . AbF.o'ut Independence cons'sta, ;nys one writer. In catliisr onions and jnc-t Hiring a-darn wbo knows It "Convicts are not the worst men," cays a Chlcauro preacher. Still, there r a lot of good men out of prison. Eandow, the strong man, Is trying -to build King George up to his own tudard as against coronation week. A Chicago minister says that some tnarrlaces are ptanued by Satan, and ve thought they were all...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 19 May 1911

i ti v it4J Hi' TO 1 r 9 ' '1-7 S. A - h V i ' ' ti. u i i i i i ii i i r i i, i, ii .i i i i S . ..mi 3 k.: ; . 1 What Wat the Good !!r-fTTTrvrv T JCIIAMXS KLEIN AMD. ARTHUR I10RNBLOW ILLUSTRATIONS BY HAYVAUITR$ ComsioHT, i09( r,6.vv. puxincmah comwNr, SYNOPSIS. llownrJ JpffrlM. banker' son. tinder the evil Influence of Hubert Underwood. feliow-student at Yale, leads a life of illBBli'tttlon. mnrrle the daughter of a ambler who died In prison, and Is dis owned by Ida father. He tries to grot work and falls. A former college chum makes a business proposition to Howard wMcn requires MS) cash, and Howard Is broke. KoWit Underwood, who had been re alised by Howard s wife. Annie. In in collt-KO days, and bad once been engaged to Alicia. Howard's stepmother, has apartments at the Astrurla, and Is ap parently In prosperous c lrmtani t-s. Howard reralls a 1A loan to Underwood that remains unpaid, and decides to ask Mm for the 2.J0 be ds. L mlcrwd taklnK advantage of bis Intimacy with Mrs. ...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 19 May 1911

You Hood a Safe Place for Your Funds MONEY DURIED or Ptowv.1 away in trunks, mattresses rbcks f.n.l stoves is not safe; besides, it is idle a tcmp tdiort to thifvoi, an incentive to crime. Money V?o?ned in the PEOPLES NATIONAL DAKS Cr JACwON is aKsolutly safe, and is placed in circum htion, contrihutinsr to the greater prosperity of the coufitry. Our amjilo capital, the financial rtamlin of our Uoanl of Direct is sufficient pcr,r.rantee of our safety. Deposit your money in p f 1 u 1 1 M H H rii r 1 r -v- r j , or JACKSON William Pah it Leon Clii-pahd - - Cashier Asst-Cashier J aclison Ja R. M. McCombs had business in St. Louis the first of the week I.TcLain, Frank ' l.wA, Fl-.tf'-ie Kurre; Albott Polio, V,rs. L. Pan ford, Pan ford IYtcrman, II. WoUers and wife and Mrs. Fred Kurre. The Sunshine 'Sunday school class of the Presbyterian church are collecting' up literature to take to the inmates of the coun ty farm. They have succeeded in raising enough money from selling pica to purch...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 26 May 1911

1 V d I , j r::,m tat: A Vol. XHi Capo Girardeau, 'Missouri. Friday,-May 20. 1911. adcut tkh no::n ' '' CC:!EIt5' AC30CIATI0II ViLUT ATJLll'lllZ . ;XT TUESDAY RU.'AUAY car' V 1 A, t -v 1 X j ; I . XT CECORATIGH DAY I C :::.:ah or u:; wallet Jack- son, August a lo iz was will bo, in tact, wnat tna name smlion, a putherinsf of former citizens of this county, who xp now dwelling in fill the states of the union, Here they meet oth ers who live in distant parts of the country, yea, and other countries, moot those that are "-still staying here, visit scenes of their childhood the and their youth, visit the quaint city Jackson, now nearly hundred years old, and, last oil one but not least, visit some old ccme- terv and stand with bare heada before a sunken, vinecovcrcd mound, underneath w hich repose the ashe3 of some loved one long since gone beyond. Unhappy, indeed, is he or she, that has not enough, sentimentality left to enable them to appreciate such occasions. They have lost ail tast...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 26 May 1911

r. - f, ... rri c-" t..-.e t a. 2'vr :.; trr t. b'c P.t.i V. HC i. V'u.u fy L'j ... p. J... Iv; (- ci r.i , vsjb. Tie 4. .4 :.. -.'.! tM.' T'JlTfr. .v'-"r.'', -v. ; i'-d a ;a-k of fire ir .j.c i.-ii.-ow c-f an c:tl .ffsiir.:t Si lie Ti i.iros ti Us fin. r:taj'- the - "r ri ri"-ii lu-. t.:: tt.ctr i;w lie spurt rriiriDf t.'S4i.l.;.T tii Ury T5t; t'"v t.r iuurA: ;St ".'.i. tie T"i;;n. Jjar .ir asj itcri? fc.-jst 1tiritr.s ttn teat iHroa , g-fi'trr i't.'.'i- ut.y. unUl Hi S'.iii?-n - erif s:t4ri c.S U t;r:i:''' tral. " lif.'l.'-iS cajiiL.:'j' fce Till e iaitj: St. i "6 .5; if! fcelr-2 .Lat t'ue tu.-ky tf ' 'uul'.-- l'.trr.3 laa; t".l Vx.'kyg Khi- lwi-e irrti! Wii iaaa sisU oar tf. 'I'jJifters Ufi u t(!ec:ir:tc o? .:e Si-avry tu-k4y. Tte It'.afu t;?-t.'-y I;; .!'. fee '..he-is. it: In? 'i,uct ir to tlx: or.kl. o tb ii5s l-.w-iurr i.iiil s a xuificiu.' tj 5uf.a.'ui&cs "Uttr Inline u&m V.i,-iier -rir-r Ui !Sii.l. tio 1 fcurC. -Tie IirtJ XiUi. Pvotnw. rf the Pianets. "Tiif BTiiO-uc...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 26 May 1911

POTATO ITiOFiTS Ul IDAHO The morion potato Is uot mifTtclomly' aKfn into account as a producer of Profit for tho man who tills the soil. We hoar about the romance of Wheat, the kingly rule of Corn, the commercial dlfinity of Oats and Alfal fa, of Barley and Itye, and count thera as source of great wealth for those who make tho earth their u-rv-flnt. Hut, (fT.inllni? to the grains arid for K03 the credit that Is due, there are wide stretches of l;u;d In Idaho pro iliiring caBh yields from potatoes that Ttinke the averago grain production of elates farther eanl appear exceedingly email. And there are bo many more acres, f the aame kind, that hare not yet "been given a chance to show what they en do, that the money-making possibilities of Idaho, bo far aa pota toes alone are concerned, cannot be estimated. Idaho won national publicity In 1910 a tho result of the awarding of prizes f $500 and J200. given by Mr. D. E. Hurley of Salt Lake City, Utah, for the best nnd second beat yields f ...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 26 May 1911

1 . r, ii. . -.v t? 1 ; i tr-rrtr. if r I. C;i.; "i " f w i U 1 i ? CAPITAL of iu.iividii:;).-;, business firms .ir.il corporations t( ,L Interest on Time Deposits and Saving 3 LCt:o'jnlT at rale of 4 p r cent per annum i r.:: "T T cri f ! ,ici; ! a j o r , n of hi a in the case of the the Standard Oil a (Korr.)orl the Jnckson fft t s$ Hrrald) Ti;tMf-hel every .:::mhj rrr.ti: Friday by the Subscription in stlvanop. price: $1.00 per year Entered as seoend class matter at the pmt ofilee at Cap Girardeau, Mo undor the act of March 3, 1RT9. more manufacturing, more min ing, more plowing and planting of unused soil, the development of riyer transportation and bet ter politics-and better state and municipal government. r' 't ly a ju (..:,,;al course :.'lite against Companies, replied in language familiar t petty politicians but n;i supposed to bo employed, under any circumstance, by an incumbent of a dignified office. Every time the Major breaks in to print he justifies Ihe general opinio...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 26 May 1911

1 li V " I 1 l-J li (ESTABLISHED 1666) CAPITAL SURPLUS S100.000.C0 25,000.00 Jimmy V ii Til having largo capital, exceptional strength and established facilities, solicits your pat ronage with confidence in its ability to ex tend every accommodation for business consistent with sound banking methods. ..OFFICERS L. J. ALBERT, President R. D. OLIVER, Vice-rres. II. L. MACIIEN, Cashier J. V. LILLY, Asst. Cashier Miss I.ydia Lorberg, of Gor-( The Elks will give their an donville, came here last Monday .nual boat excursion on Tue.lay o consult an oeculist I evening. May 30th. Large crowds are attending Prof. S. Douglas went to Mal the revival at the Centennaryi den last Saturday night to attend Methodist church. the Maiden high school exer- Miss Stella Dixon, of New :clses Madrid, is the guest of Miss I About three hundred people Helen Williams this week. enjoyed the excursion lastSatur- FOR RENT- One 5-room house !day niht- The boat did not get on North Main Street, near shoeiback until...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 26 May 1911

f 7 J ) .- 7 CVKOPfI'9. nil iTi.'ii:. in f Of l',iir rii lor,i,i., f- W-s:il.l.Tt Bt V'l!'-', Iv.ll R lif" (if ! r iin, tiium-' il ii is, ! i ('T of a f-.- t':-r v. Ho iliii t ft ihI;i..ii. mul n"'e-.-,., r-y hl f.t!-rT. 1?" tries 1' Ret W"rK (miy. A fiirni"r iihf,r' cinirn nmlfe h ...-m-n r rrj mmI! !,.n to llowart nl"h 5 , . . i s S -i t.i-ih, bu.I H'" rJ 13 brohe. 6 ! . - I Vii! Ti-V'it;!. w nf lia.ii tvrn re t . -- i tiv Hiw:iril' wife, Annie, In l.m "il. r !. ii'i.i 1i "1 oi'i-o ticM-n mm!-I l.i Aili-H, 1 l'r fil-it's B'"Iln"l her, l-.K x ; .- tV.o A..!c.ii U. Hv..-.r1 !... to n-k l'nu:.l f ir the I-',""-! he r .- if. l'i. 'i- wo..,), ftKln ft.lvarst.ua of n liitlrtiiwv with Mrs. .! ffr!f, Sr., rn!- .?'. i ii r.f aocd liiKhwaymau. ti rior'K; h! tn:i .v.nr ii tor sit" diMiU-s " 'm 5!i h"wse. AHrW revolve ft tiota from i n.l'iwnnil. thrtmtnlnq: eulclile. Art Vnifin for whom h hus been ar-tlna; nn;ni.lori'.r. 3-tTifin. tin eri-ounllrFr. Utt CHT.ri.-.t mnke Howurd .IilTrlt-s .! In ...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 26 May 1911

v'J. v J , V-J PLYMOUTH ROCKS ARE HARDY Crot Between Black Jv nd Amerr can Dominique With Probably Other Asiatic Blood. Plymouth flock, all things consld rred. are perhaps the most popular vr rlcty bred In this country at the pre 4mt time. The bnrrrd, which Is most rulaod, g commonly glvwn ea a rroe br-twe-rtn the Iilack Java and the Amer Iran tiotiiliiffiuo. H'H!dcs the Jiva other AbIuUc blood hp.a probably boon Barred Plymouth Rock. scd In making the breed. The Ply mouth Rock la more like the Asiatic than the Kuropean chicken. The greatest recommendation for the Plymouth Rock la the excellent growth made by the young chickens. In this quality they have no superior. The Tlymouth Rock pullets are good layers, but as yearling hens are prone to turn the feed into fat rather, than One objection to the barred variety la the difllculty In beeping the breed true to the standard type. The pure breds are required to have even and distinct bars of the same shade In male and female. These are...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 26 May 1911

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Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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