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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 21 July 1911

RE IF I s LZJi IZZZ COW STALL IS COMFORTABLE Distinguishing Feature of Bldwell Typ It Movable Manger and Rack Chain Acroia Rear. (Hy GEOHrsr: P. nRO!T, V.lnneaota Unl- , vrnliv I'urm ) The 'PUw.-U" Hiylu uf Btnll afford the grcuteRt dearie of comfort to the cow. The distinguishing featurea of this stall are the movablo mangur find rack, whereby the length of the stnnd Ingroom fore and aft may be varied to suit the Individual cow, and the fautenlrig for the row, which conRlnts of a rope or chain across the rear end of tho stall, to keep Sl.i cow from ba kliiR out. The stall should be three feet wide on centers. The entire stall, from A to It (soo cut), is seven feet In length. The Rates (which should all swIiiK ono way), are about four feet long. The rear jw.kIb, If iiHed, should slant aa shown In the cut, to allow thrf milker a 111 tie more room. lu some stables these rear post a have been done awiiy with entirely, the gatea slmrly being chained or roped to gether. As usually built,...

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. — 21 July 1911

0 H to 1. J! 5 3. i 'j, !i V 5. i: i SjLJLJt fltaa A it B fi 1 V V fc-v i Y,e Pay 4 Per Cent on Time i i cr Cent on llodctA Come snd see us Be convinced We will then have your paJron,?is jULaJLOj JL8.fiJl.ajl JUtajJJL.fi iJUUUUt a Hifv ilcmld 1 U Formerly the Jark.on Herald) M' j , , ,to rub'.snhed every Friday by the s?i:rald iTRUfiim COMPANY. Subscription til advance. price: $1.00 per year t , . , , .j Entered s second c!hs matter at the pot office at Cape Girardeau, Mo ; un the act of March 3. 1879. -1 Moses, but I would walk twenty If Judge Graves will do it ' miles and pay twenty dollars to some more, a great deal in past! hear Moses on the mistakes of politics may be forgotten. jlngersoll. The people o Mis- o I souri have learned that the Re It is a strange coincidence j public's opinions concerning al that a drough and a Democratic ; leged mistakes of Hadley are Congress struck the country the! not worth while but that Had same' summer. j ley's opinions concerning the o j mis...

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. — 21 July 1911

"oil ... ....... i... .-. Y) o n Y o A; i 1 5 V aII ! ( ! 111 MI) P.-J if y v,, S .. ... ..Jl -v.,,.- L....JL.J V.,' t.J L,J LJ Lj kz,J O V... ..... Wo t-3 5 "'''? M C " r" tM r.,. ym. f 3 wt H i it i I ........ . f ' . . v ! .ayyyyyoyiiyuj yyuv u&rcliu tliim n n n nr; .. if 1 H I I V ...... M k, j ".J LB rf We will have our Semi-Annual Clearing Sale. Everything in our stock will be reduced in price, so you have no trouble in seeing the difference in prices. Without a doubt it will be to your interest to attend this sale and buy such goods as you need. Read the live prices below, they certainly will appeal to you. HOSIERY Wo have the best line in this country. All 111." new game Hosiery, silk lisle, mercerized, in black, white and colors. 25 doz. Men's Half Hose, worth 15 for 7c 30 do,. Children's Hose, worth 15 for 7c 25 do. Ladies' Hose, worth 35c, for 7c 100 doz. Mrn's, Misses', Children's-.and Ladies' Hose, ,od value at 20c, go at , . . . 10c GO doz. M-n's Half Hose, all the...

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. — 21 July 1911

vu a, V , fu- i. . y li v .IU Hf-ralii Publishing Co. CArr. g i r a n o c a u - Missouri TP.Ai;:!NQ THE CHILD MIND Importa-.U Thing It Quietly to Point Out to Linie One Their Imperfections. 7.'f younpcpt child is a very S'msl live tittle fellow, throwing himself ffltb complete abandon into every thing be Jpf. and rcv mi;er to make Hi Impression wh?n he sponks that Jie Phouls everything lie' fay. AftT touch consideration thfru crime to me ha Idea of e way to correct this, so, s a reply to a remark tie rondo, 1 asked, pitching my voice on the name key that he had used, and raising it to the same degree of loudness: "What makes you scream so when fo-.i talk?" Quick an a flash, ho annwerrd: "iVhy, I don't scream, do I, mother?'' And tt m true for tltnt time, for be had brought his voice down. In replying, to a well-modulated tone. This question and answer were many times repented between us tn the same way, with the result of a marked Improvement on his part, I have thought since that ....

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. — 21 July 1911

t AHIV " T EIMONil NAME TAG FOR ATd UMBRELLA Now York Man Endeavors to Help Es tablish Ownership of This Elusive Piece of. Property. Nobody lias satisfactorily explained Why en umbrella should bo generally regarded iH "findings keepings," as (be children say. A Now York mnn tins endeavored to help establish the An Umbrella Name Tag. jwnershlp of this elusive piece of property by designing a name tag which can he adjusted Just bolow the handle and which can bear, In addi tion to the owner's name, his address or anything else he cares to Inscribe. A small cylinder that fits around the rod holds the name slip, which has a iprtng attachment so that after It is pulled out It rolls up Quickly when re '.eased, like a tape measure. As the rylinder Is Just at the point where the catch that opens the umbrella Is lo rated, It is bound to be seen and there ts no excuse for any other person tak ing the rain protector under the Im pression that It Is his own. SMALL VACUUM ICE MACHINE Water Can Be...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 21 July 1911

I w . J S3 "' Of t ivLiotrcl IjOO vc do fo V 1 r" J r 7 1 .fcfc.Aji. Vi.M. Liiiji OF JACKSON WlT.T.TAM PAKP. Leon Glitpaki.) Note ;on R. 15. Oliver, of the Cape was in the city Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Haas, of St. Louis, is the guest of rela tives here this week. Revs. Suppe and Hermann went to St. Louis Tuesday to attend h Sunday School convention. Mesdanies Ben Goekel and Garnet Morton visited in the Cape Wednesday. Mrs. Henry Caldwell of the Caoe, was in the city Tuesday visiting friends. ' A. 11. Mitzer and R. C. Land graf of Pocahontas, were in the city Wednesday. Mrs. Bertha Herman of St. T nn is. is here visiting her mother. Mr. Chas. Williams entertain ed the Tuesday club this week. Miss Sarah Baldwin left Wed nesday for St. Louis, to visit a few days. Misses Clara and Henrietta Mueller. Edna and Laura Gun ther visited Mrs. Hugo Mueller in the Cape Wednesday. Miss Mary Stabler of Oak Ridge, is the guest of Misses Medley this week. Mrs. Joseph Howard of Oak Ridge was i...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 28 July 1911

TiZril'i FAPln 68 itV To f'tm ill lb ptnptj pJ'l (he It t. 3'i-ie I' t pcy t!l tl 6tj,H rt N r !' limj s:::::,:;?Ti:j rr.::( ct.ca a yeas. 3:1 Vol. XIII Capo Girardeau, Missouri, Friday, July 28. 1911. No. 38 h i i 1 t.l l...,.:-.U...J l Jill..! Loans mcde on farm land.' Long lime and lov rate of interest: For further particulars see Br-"ww mm (P'-K MPMH lift H n--V i 1 7ll 1 o or iiru pi J 4 f i Vote Yes, Scralch No. We hope the readers of this paper will not be deceived into voting against the constitutional amendment authorizing the building of a new State capitol by the outrageous misrepresen tation of a few selfish men, ,and a few sore-headed newspapers in this section of the state. The Constitution of our. State provides that the seat of the State government shall be at Jefferson City. Last winter while our Legislature was in session, the State capitol was burned and with it many valu a b 1 e documents. Fortunately for the State, however, all of the land records and documents ...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 28 July 1911

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 28 July 1911

HATU RALLY. CAT.! for TimsEncuLcsrs ltd Thirty-Nine State and 114 Local Sana toria Provided, but Theae Are Only a Beginning. In spite of tho fact (hat state sana I "' , v f Here ' "Vl He and His Habits A bey necda quite a number of hab its, and be must bave them, If he ever rirppcts to be much of a boy, or to bnnoma a man. IDs body needs the b?.bit of turning food Into blood and thon blood Into boy. His mind needs the habit of turning sight and Hound into truth and character. Ilia memory la to be merely the good hab it of holding on to what he has learned. His morula, at any time, are very largely the aurn of bis hab its In learning and practising truth and right. When nature equipped him with the power of forming hab its. 6ho did him a great kindness, for, without the reinforcement they bring, be would be no fnrther along the day ho dip than he was the day he wsrn born. It la that power which makes It easier to do a tblng the eecond than the first time, still easier each ubsoquent ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 28 July 1911

'f ' t . ,.,.. w L - .J . : n'--w .yil. !.!!. ar.-:l 'tie r.--. Jrf-re to Cetrct Side", j City Clerk. i 3 f- - -'X cn:M)-:tMvUe.:t.,.TlvV- V.VJ ;'r2' . , , V- -r t "'-e Shave 10c Broaaway v ....... ... ..... v.,. . - - , ,; , c . . n 1 a ,c . . - 1. : - a-. ; ' , ? ., .-..1 .-a r.--i. . I ' a ? ?. jr 1 4 1 , .. . j . . ,t r . ' t T. t V - , - j .. i , ! :. . i - .'A, - 1 .... . 1 t. -4 Shop Proprietor V.'c Tzy 4 Per Ceri ca Hr: '-.., ... ... - - , '' T T"" '.a V ..'i ..y . i.'ii.. .t. , i . M. , r .' . i.r tj.f t.!,..ei'..t'L.f .i lie- " "-;r t . t-v !.-......!. rx Cv .-.r.- VirMr.z labor CT.;hjT:.v.r.t : I2 ., a f finf;,i ..v lt? v,:Uo srrs i.r.r f-r; : --.t jr. 3 : tr? t :e I ' cv.y irx. a, , t -.K :.-.:r-h::fret!c:;,Ii,:;ci.:$ r ri A -j t i r. vr ' ' 't- ' r-? i-.?-:.r;.j.-. f rce in FINAL sf.TTLF.m KNT NoTUK " t. : " i.-.n it h?0"tr Col T. ! Yiris.i rr ?.:&. i-. T-er-i ' .. .. - -a-4 t nnt ttrm i-f the T i I:.: 1 .: i :::::::::: r :::::::::::! i t t !i :i: i t 1 1 1 1 ' t - ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 28 July 1911

That is llus llrst tiling to nti consideivd when you un about to deposit money in n bank This bank with its ample resource jn id capital, its history ami uwumuemen! , offers the best inducements Cor com mercial and savings accounts CAPITAL, $100,000.00 SURPLUS, $25,000.00 Directors L. J. Albert, Chas. Dlattner, Will Ilirsch. J. II. Ilirnmclberger, W. II. Miller, - II I?. Oliver. R. L. Taylor. Ccpe Locals A mule belonging to Fred Kain, the transfer man, was killed by a morning passenger train last Friday. The mule was valued at two hundred dollars. Mesdames Sam Peterman and Emanuel Milda of Jackson were the guests of friends in this city last Saturday. Miss Myrtle Wilson, who tuts J been the guest of Miss Mabel j Flint, left .Monday for her In-i diana home. i Guy Miitenberger and wife, ! Charles Mack e and wife and Mra John Iloff meister of Jackson t visited friends here last Sunday. ' Dr. Schoen and family of Gordon vitle were in the city last; Monday. They came here in their big to...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 28 July 1911

i jn Q Cape 'County Herald H-r.iM Publishing Co. a,-, urn Hi J "7" 4-T- r cf Ihe Livr I Saaly S.kool Ltim (or Jaty 30, 13tl frrm-liy fua too often end la a fv- r--t'.l Propel iy tnursled fins are Mtlng very few p'Ton this wnson. Ia the eaae of a hot wavo It is pleas ant rir-o) the jnrtlru; g'.iont Vo biv certain of flailing burled troas nr CUi in your vegetable gardon. Ttie plntoi la the house generally rSa timebody into trouble sooner or later. Father. tcsch your boy bow to rwlm If you beve to lwarn first your elvea. Person who don't like to have their picture taken usually show It la the photitgrayn. ' A largw per cent, of the marriage tarn out happier tban the gossip Im agine tbey via There' mother advantage tbat ac crue to a blgbbrow Lis straw bat fclnya on In gale. The pitch for tuning piano baa been Increased from 435 to 438 vibra tions. More misery. Porch Klecplng la regaining popu larity. It la all right until the earl mP.k man begins to arrive. One ind dog can caune more ex...

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. — 28 July 1911

Hi BAD nOADS BURDEI1 ONWARD MARCH OF PROGRESJ 13 RETARDED BY MISERABLE HIGHWAYS. J3!G HANDICAP TO PEOPLE Corfs Much More to Haul Product Over Bad Roada Than It Doss Over Good Roada Effect of Good Roada on Social Life. BY HOWARD H. GROSS. Vvhn oi;e make a study of this treat subject and sees In how many way the march of progress la re tarded by miserable highways the country over, and realises what a burden this handicap places upon the peoples, It Is surprlidiig that the whole populaflon tnea not rise as one man and dnmnnd that the highway condi tions bo Improved to the standard Trq,)rt4 for the twentieth century. l.'-nul advocates have shown for yci.rs nrtd years how much more It costs to haul produce over bad roads up on education undr town conditions thty are geltlr.g the town microbe along with the education. They form friendships and become part of the so cial life of the school; they are Dot willing to go back upon the farm with Its dreariness and Isolation. No or.e ought to b...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 28 July 1911

Wlvn prcronting Ibis advertise ment in statins: thr IA Co), of the tod primarily in the interest f; V V k J (So i? every o'her well-managed bank) Hut we .fully realize that our -my is founded or. the prosperity of Mrs. K?ste Sthmufcc enter tained the Flinch club last Tuesday. Mrs. Ben Schwab and daugh ter, Gertrude ppent the day with friend? in the Cape last Sunday. and so work with that end in view, caring for their varied in tereyta promptly and efficiently. vo tio any worn or 1 OlS 1 w i -s T " 71 I '! (T ?i Ts tv-- rr i J I -J "' ! li ii t ' ; I) iirf' H JL si WA. Tl 1 t OF JACKSON U Wttj.iam Park Lix Clu pakd i - Cashier Asst.-Cashier .1, f t c ft n s Via Notes! Mrs. Leo Sachse is reported to he convalescing. J. T. McNeely of Leemon was in the city last Friday. Miss Elsie Heyde entertained the Bachelor girls Tuesday. Dr. J. A. Horn a foimer resi dence of Jackson, but now of St. Louis, is here this week. The Stock Breeders Association will meet at Jackson next Saturday. Mrs. R. ...

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. — 4 August 1911

1 - . in. i ! t : U. J 1 4 THE PEOPLE'S PAPER OCR I V, t fm III Oil pwpll pif ll IN tl'iw, wm 9l th pop! III ftt 8m, tut m ill tin pipit it! IN 8imJ Vol. XIII Capo Girardeau, Missouri, Friday, August 4:1911. No. 39 Adjourned Regular Session. Friday, July 21, 1911. The council met pursuant to adjournment. Hon. F. A. Kane, Mayor, presiding, with Council men Coerver, Flentge, Morris on, Moedor, and Wilson present. Absent: Medley and Haas. A resolution, signed by Mr. Medley, was introduced and read, directing the clerk t) pub lish notices requiring Guy Flinn, Maggie Davis, John S. Cobb Administrator and the heirs of Mary Carter estate: Win. II. Bohnsaek, Jr., St. Vincents Col lege and Anna N. Biggs to con struct sidewalks on Lorimier street, between Good Hope and Independence streets, according to the provisions of Ordinance 957, which resolution was adopt ed, op motion of Mr. Coerver. A communication from the District Engineer, addressed to the Mayor notifying him that X 1 1 V L 1 I Li...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 4 August 1911

! 'if I H ;( i : ,11 . ;'i ij : ! u , ( l Believed Howard ! i 11 ll, t i h M C ' ft ( y w AMD L vArmiUR IIORNBLOT SYNOPSIS. . Howard JerTrlfts, banker's in. undT "41-ni evil Influence of Korrt Vn'lerwood. tellaw-ctiident t Tale, Wwuls Me of dt- ivatlon, rrirrle the daughter of a Ram fiitr who died In prison, and 1 disowned if his father. Ha la out of work and In I.twperata atralta. Uii'lerwood, who had bm en to HowarS'a atfp- ?(iothr. . llria. la apparently In prop!r .ia clrcunsslancx.- Taking advan;e of Intimacy with Alula, ho bcotnt-! a sort of aorial hlKhwyman. ricovertni5 tiia trua rharaotor, Alicia Jpnla him the inus. Ha aenl hpr a not3 threatetxlni? mllie. Art dfaltra for whom ho a.-tod j commliijjyntjr, demand an Accounting. i cannat make koocL Howard call at I m apartinon'a In en IntoTii Htf-.l con.1l-!-n to retiueat a loan of $2..H) to enable r'to to tone tip r busin-fta proposition, linwnrd tlrlnki Mmnclf Into a maudlin o'.lit! n, and roa to ale:p on a oivan. f caller la 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. — 4 August 1911

ftUMtUlMJiil SPRAYING THE FRUIT TREES Fifty Years Ago the Operation Ws Unknown and Unnecensary Now It It Nrccatlty. Fifty ycnrg ago the eprUylni? of fruit Ircca was unknown and unnecessary, but now no one who nlrns at success can overlook such work. This I brought to mind by bulletin (No. 230), recently Issued by the New Jersey ex periment 6totlon, which contains valu able Instructions on tbo subject. It has to do nminly with peach scab, and brown rot, and gives full direction for the control of both, with tea or twelve good Illustrations. Thcsa dliitasoB of the p ach are Home Spraying Outfit, fliore prevalent la the southern por tions of the state; Dorth of 41 degree there Is little or nothing to fear from theta. Hut wherever there Is danger this bulletin will be of great use. It can, no doubt, be obtained by address ing the Experiment Station, New Urunewlck, N. J. ' It Is observed that there Is no men tion of leaf cut, which Is often trou blesome to peach trees; no doubt be cause ...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 4 August 1911

rrrce with th revisions court hour, in the city oJ; k V v v f-7 kcti. in wild county, on th-- rt - jsvvc-r or plead to the petition in It? rUural y :--;t.ibvlit-to r .1 .rrrs ar.igrcstlxo Anna P. Pig;:?. t ' .! r.r, J In n-crrdjncw with a rc-odu-, j$ WcoTtr' t;n s ' "e:''l v th-i City Council' ici J jy lit, JMt, and (he pr. of Or Ju said cause, the same vcm he taken as confessed and judg- t'oCcc ta Construct SiJewa'ii. vi?:..-r.3 of On 1 T 4. . 1 C5G0.0G0.00 All Fc!d "e F?,y 4 Per Cert os Tint 4 Te r C;.r. tn GarL-$ . ?T?tl Ir.iere$fos 2. "I Ps?3S;ts I fci ." r to -.li City I ' a r .-.t in approved July It'll, you heresy cr acred sr.J r.- tract a granttoM sidewalk in are led to In accordance with a rc.Ju; -oration will be entered accord tion a I ; fe I tv the ity council mgiy. h3lf of lot No. r,-..r;.Ti Ti-ey hive nia !; city fitr r , re s,:.Tr;.s:-e than i Thr.ir caT-j-.a;, : l?.C'.t-.-.) t.-ri anc v Car-U-l. .T.eir ,7,7.0 A.'fVctir.ir 112 feet cn -'"-ur.,: rote.., j iorintier f tr...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 4 August 1911

i That is thi first thin to ho eons'xlwd when you'art4 about to deposit money in n Imuk This hank with it.-uunplu resources and capital, its history and rnanauenieiit, ofTers tin-lt'st iuduft'nicnts for corn meivial and savings iuvounts Eturdivant CAPITAL, $100,00.00 SURPLUS, $2.0OO,OO Directors L. J. Albert, Chas, Blattner, Will HhfCh, J, II. Himmelberger, W. II. MiHier, Pv, 11. Oliver, R. -I Taylor. Cope Locals Misses Luuie ai3 !?ertha B.v man left To-day tfcT St. Lotis to visit. A. L. Ilirty of EkKimfield, vas in the city last Monday. The Frwaklin Stock. Company will play a return -date 'here in about two weeks. The furwrail f John 'Cireen, colored, vras helld Sunday. Miss Pearl Williams visited friends in OriM the first of the week. Roy Handfwd returned home from Chicago 3ast Priikv after a vacation sf several days' dura tion. Sheriff Sciuade whs in the city seeing; the show TueKUsy. Tom Tool f Kansas City is here visiting friends. Martin Krueger went to St. Louis Sunday to we f...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 4 August 1911

"..'1 f'rr t.'! pnf i,rr t.'n tf-ar.ru tor M?it Vtth EaVet tt rrovltdons to Cet It Awoy rrtii-n Guardian. "How In thin for a bunro pntnT" ffiifj the man who markets. "On my ? liM9 wifh a bk!-t of provisions I" t a lntm wlm buttonholed me !! isn Itiit'i'pitSiig political story. While u talkr-d I t tho basket (a on the d-Hicfiti'p rf a plumber' t.hr.p the:., a tn,i!t lev S tth the Bide valk. In our exclteme'.-it I walked on l.ulf a dozen. U-V". When. I turned Writ A titt? brlnll bnHdnp; tl.pt bnit leen tunning himju-lf on the cellar stops wo standing punrd over ray f f. '.. I tried to plek It up: bo wouldn't lot mo. I eouldn't even pet, rear enough to tho d'-r to ripf? the bell. For about ten minutes the d ti ;1 I sparred for poesec-skm of that bspfcot. Thou the door was opened .it! J mil from within, a red beaded wenian took up my bosket with one hand, patted the do with the other band, said, 'Good old buy, alu't 'liusT' eriJ eb'.:t -the door. "With tho disappearance of the bas ket t...

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