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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 1 March 1912

c r:; Si The Flower of Youth I plucked a jonf from am row. I broke a thorn from pain. Anil wt,? I pul,.,l the 1,-nf thorn They stmlglilway kuw esahi. Put whrro I iru, , ,WMm fit youth, tho hum, h Rhnwa bar. Nor run I fl ml u aicond f!iwer, ?'hou(iU 1 urmi.li everywhere. I AT rn IE i 1 i w By Murlho McXtilloih-WISIUiris ICtvljyn'tt. Vjtl. by A.s'.ciit'. ii Ltltilaiy Plus-.,) Cloud mountains in (ho wcr.t, nuir Klneil v.'th Lor.- pohl. liunr. Ion aer ial shadows athwart the sky. There was tlx; smell of new rain, though the turf under foot was dust-dry. A td.owor had come within sU;ht across the meadow ( then veered iiwty Fouth- rly. An na glad to had veered. Her white frock, crisp and sheer, would have, willed in the damp of it. The rain had been too sllfcht to do mora than freshen the air--It mill camo warm to the cheek, but without tho fctinK that had marked midday breezes. At ti o'clock of a midsummer after rjnon, ror-ea droop on the staik. but rose-cheeks are at their fairest. Amy ...

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. — 1 March 1912

If T 5 I.. v - - .... V, ItvU .. AUout f5tty citixt'.na of Jack son and vicinity, including t!ie mcrnl . n of the German land, ucnt out to f-ofl their friend Hcry R. Meier, who lives about four v.vt:H out. on t he gravel road brt Friday evening. Mr. Meier took a i !e;):.;are trip to Oklahoma hist December and while away from home wa married to Miss Atuwo Wt-tteng 1, and it was a Song time after their return that tho friends of the couple were aware of th-' marriage. The crowd that went from Jackson did not go to charivari, but to hhssw their friendship and good will to the family. They report a good time with plenty of music and good eatables. The Herald joins in wishing the newlyweds a long, prosperous and happy journey throujjn life. At a meeting of citizens of Cair.e Girardeau county held at Jackson on Sit'irday February 7Ai), to organize a protective association, the main object of vyhL-h seems to be to protect licdestrians and drivers of ve hicles from the reckless motor car dr...

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. — 8 March 1912

1 Sonntl School Jul W 1- -" IT-if ! ? 1 J 1 4 ' ,1 M 1 I jl n ii . & A n ?; 1HE PEOPLE'S PAPEi? Vol. XIV ROOSEVELT DELEGATES And Alternates EIcc at the Recent Pre cinct Meetings SCIIULTZ PRECINCT. Delegates Albert Fassold.Ed. Klages, John Fisher, Louis Kel ler, Valentine Fisher, Arthur Faseold, Aug. Hener, Sr., Fred Kasscll, Aug. Erunkhorst, H. W. Bridges, F. W. Kurre, Tony Strack, Fred Bertling, Jr., Aug. Kurre, Sr., R. T. Rabich. R. Walther, A. S. Duckworth, A. C. Masters. Alternates II. Brisscnden, Wm. Vedder, Ed. Ruehman, Wm. Cravens, Wm. Meyer, Louis Brinkoff, Henry Huhn. Ed. Pite, Louis Bertling, Leo. Bruening Fred Steck, Abo Abernathy, Tony Fisher, Adolph Bock, Val entine Fisher, Jr., Aug. Kurre, Jr., Ed Hunze. COURT HOUSE PRECINCT. Delegates Emil Sebastian, H. II. Haas, Chas. Stone, Fd. John son, Sid Verble, Jacob Cravens, J. H. Whiltock, Geo. Buell, Ar thur Vasterling, Emil Abernathy, Sam Mcintosh, BarneyS Kraft, Ben Davis, Win. Bock. John Klosterman, Lawrence Morrison,...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 8 March 1912

V w ... .it I iivnv, tuS Hr:d PubHthinj Co. C A R 'J Mtssi;?u Tbcs fivr It l teu a hard year tshy rrtiprrois. At lsst account tbe wan who wrote "The l.vit!ful Snow" still la tiding. Getting r!(l f-e nay be s'srg. tot there in more truth than fic'Joa In it these clava. Our Idea of a naste of time 1 to f'1 If. bv nlih beio of A mov ing picture Ci-.n, The rr.aa who kicked on the 100 fa i the hr weather now ee where til . time tray come when a man caa a Rood and great actor without te having mora than one wife. Generally, mnn proposes ar.J Provl Cenee disposes, but this year woman j J?ropc,f; Had inu habn't tbe heart to refuse. w ... . jsp-cech In Parliament denouncing the Eastern society woman tells cs that i attitude of England lo toe Trent ef tbe grir.xly bear Is cot as naughty I fair, and Earl Rtiese!I MplaSaed the Its rpputatloti. Istj t she tfca I case of Mr. Shaver, a British subject Iteocker! In r!soa at Fcrt V.'arrer., iustalting the actios cf the American govern- Kansas ba a c...

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. — 8 March 1912

A RETAIN IN These Short Sentences That Hold Within Themselvci a Sermon. TOIL COMES BEFORE SUCCESS Goal to Which Each Worker Aspires I Reached Only Through Moat Arduous Effort Flrt Da Good Work Olowly, Then Increaae Speed. That t-very Job Is a torture (o the nuneler mid a traluliiK to tho capable do'-r. Thnt there Is not a Job in the world that has no roiiKh angles In It. That men out of a Job envy tollers mom than tbe latter envy tbe million aires, and with far more reason. That the most hum.blo position Is a rout of Lienor when It la honorably flllpti. Thai every man has his limitations, and that overstrain on tbe body or brain always injures both tha body and the brain. That while we may thoroughly be lieve In an eight-hour day (or even In a six hour day), we notice that under present conditions few men have ris en very high without often workine twelve hours a day, with occasional work at piRht That the way to do fast work Is first, to do good work slowly and gradually Increase t...

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. — 8 March 1912

9 L ! V' - 0,4 Ja. k-"U Ir:i' i) ft;'. ' : .' .) rvrry lr! nr.r..s. it:i.i "!. fiy y tl-,o ; COXfVNT. 5T! t ( !".rf il. ? l:rnrAi .ill. Mo tV t of Mar-U 3. 1SV9. ,T iii F, unfo:!;mtc!y allies h;rr.rff with. The Taft jrar.s in Ope county s re fen d admirers of Otto Suiftl, thy slighi-of-h.ir.d political rongician whorve fjf.'rr.e n.! Ire j St. Louis. In i, C liv. U I K!OU',-lit. Some of the Republican jx-H-tieians are frightened sr.d show the irritation of a rr.;in couched in f.rory furnace. Since Mr. Uooseveit has announced that he w ill accept the Republican nom ination if tendered him at the national convention, a great stir indeed has been created in the 'camps of the Taft forces. In fact, those who bo urgently de mand another term of the Taft aJutiiilc tvatiui) dvoire to be re tained in power without their seats in the judiciary being dis turbed, so to speak. The Taft men are very indignant regard ing the "recall of judges." In other words, they desire the peo ple to be merely s...

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. — 8 March 1912

B! & $ W ff I ft ft a $ ! js$ CITY COUNCIL. Continued. In the probate court thi3 wk, Judge Ranney presiding, two civil cases were taken up and disposed of. The first case called was that of the Wabash Tie and Timber Co., vs. the C. P. & St. G. railroad, being a auit to cause the railroad com pany to pay for ties purchased of the Walsh Company. A judg ment was rendered in favor of the defendants. The case of MrB. Nannie McNeil vs. the city of Cape Girardeau, asking dam ages for personal injuries sus tained by a fall on a sidewalk, was decided in favor of the city. In the first suit in the common pleas court Mrs. McNeil was given damages, but the city ap pealed the case to the court of appeals in St. Louis, that body ordering a new trial in the com mon pleas court. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Kruegcr returned from Perry county Monday after a pleasant visit with relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Phillips of Jackson spent several days pleasantly in the city and return ed home M...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 8 March 1912

i m l i i GTOttY n T ? ,rv 1 ana i g,l ROMANCE I I"r Lcu'i Joipi Vases SYNOPSIS. i arrtt Coant. ft yeunir man of Torn t'liy, ni'I I oiilB Hlni-katock, , who Invito him to a oartl parly. Ha n:rpt. Mhoinfh rm llRllkrn HiHckstock. the r--on twin that boih nr t rt love with Katli- Jrmo TMnxter. Conat full to ronvtnre hr hat HlK."ktnrk Is unworthy of )mr rtnlHhln. At the party Count ni''a two nimnl lujmlun and Van Tuyl. Thern In 4t qv.rrl, a.nr) I.la-ktnrk ahoota Van T.ivl dead. Cowt BtriiKnlo to wrest the fBpnu from him, thua the volli'e 1Ib vovnr them. Coaat la arrested lor murder. CHAPTER III. (Continued.) "Well, so much for Blackstock ontil the pollco get wind of him, at all vents. They're trying to locate him jy cable now; haven't heard of apy success that way. however. Natural . . . But a few days ago Dun a Hm to the surface." Coaat started violently. "Dundas ! "Uramm; full confession, exculpat-' trig you. Incriminating Blackstock. Corroborative details: letters from Blackstock all...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 8 March 1912

( Sill TWO DINNER MENUS. By Martha McCulloch Williams. Hero Is a dinner menu, easy but liourlnliliiK, not. ho 'OHt!y, and capable of be ins? prepared, conk. . nml Korwd Inside two hours: KoBRt Heef, Stuffed Jtnlte.l Round Silted Potatoes l!ake( Applet Cold Slaw Hanana Tuffs Ulat'k Coffee Suited I'eainits Have the round cut ratlier lonn and ax thick as need bp. muter It on both 1len, Hillt liml popper lightly, cover the upper side with bread crumb ntuf-tlr-K seasoned with onion, roll up, tie and peal in wdl urcased ba;; w ith a lump of butter or clarified drippinK and a spoonful of water. Put In a hot oven, for three minute?, blink j beat, and cook until done, allowing! fifteen to twenty minutes to tiie I pound. If tomatoes are at hand, put one or two, peeled and flleed, In with the meat. The gravy will In; better j and the meat itself more piquant. Slice peeled potatoes thin, drop in ; cold water, drain out. put in a pleased , b.iK after sprinkling very lightly vv'n ; unit, add a li...

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. — 8 March 1912

(: t ' County court has been in ses- .iior. thin week. i Dr. G. V. Vineyard went to St. Louis Tuesday on business. V. W, Taylor was in vn basilica thia week. Chaffee W. A. Booho went to Portage viilo Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Petcrman returned from St Louis Sunday. Mrs. Jessie Hale of Chaffee lias been a guest of relatives here several days. Martin Ritter left for points in Illinois JJunday, where he will visit extensively among relatives and look after business matters. Miss Norma Beatte went to ft. Louis Monday where she has a position as telegraph operator in the Western Union service. Miss Loretta Fox, a graduate from the millinery establishment of Marshal Fields, Chicago, and whose home is Ottumwa, Iowa, arrived Monday to assume charge of the millinery department of Priest & Behren3' store. Several noted lecturers on ag riculture were in Jackson Mon day and Tuesday but the meet ings were not largely attended owing to the bad weather, the farmers not being able to get to tow...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 15 March 1912

itM formal Scliool Jul i 1'. a A h t I till W I i tiki i j j i A J . i ft A j 5 I .1 1 5 f'T f ' N i. ! ! ! it Mil VV 1 I 1 a( IK! FECPLE'S PAPER "ALL THE HESS TIATa TIT TO MINT" susscsiPTicy ps:ce, $i,C3 a w.a. n asyt::i Vol. XIV Capo Girardeau, Missouri, Friday, March 15, 1912. No. 1! ( ) Proceedings cf Jackson Republican Convention At the county rebublican convention held in Jackson Saturday March 9th. a tem porary organization was re commended by the central com mitteeChairman Fred E. Kies, Secretary John G. Futz and Assistant-Secretary G. O. Kinder. The convention was called to or der by the chairman at 2:25 p.m. John A. Snider offered a reso lution to take place of the com mittee on credentials, as fol lows: Whereas, all good republicans are for harmony and party suc cess; whereas, there are con testing delegations from four precincts in the City of Cape Girardeau for scats in this con vention, and whereas, both sets of delegates are here present demanding to be seated: and wh...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 15 March 1912

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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. — 15 March 1912

TO PHODUCE CERTIFIED Mil." BETTER THAN MANY FROWNS I STItL OUT. Right Kind of Smile Stand Always - j v r -r f vr i or B01TLE IS NON-REFILLABLE Invention It Designed to Prevent Re filling of Vessel After It Ha Once Been Tilled. In describing a non-refillable bottle designed by V. W. Clark of Panama, the Scientific American says: In this Invention t ho design is to prevent the rcfillliifr of Iho vessel aft fr t ho orlKlmil contents havo been de canU'd. The purpose of the Improve- Non-Refill3ble Bottle. rocnt is to provide novel features ct coi::-lru Hon for a device which will positively r.eal tho bottle against ap plied -pressure In cane un attempt is nindo to relill tho wmie by use of a forcepump. The battle is designed to receive and hold liquids of any density. Tho illustration herewilh represents a longitudinal sectional view showing the bottle emptied and parts adjusted to seal the inlet to the bottle against the introduction of liquid. HOLSTEIN CCW GIVES MOST For Cheap Milk Pro...

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. — 15 March 1912

ft '"V ' -- y l : " (? rr.M th Jrttin rTers.51) i t ; i.-'ii frrjr Fri.'sy fcjr the cr,",n.T rrr'iiisriej cos r am. Jfetert'd nit rhM nwlUT at th pt o'e at Ore Crtdnu. Mo tsnd.-r the ml of March 3, !?. Tbo t;utvt:on of puMic owner ship of utilities is PRitatin? the recpla in ('ape Girardeau ju.-'t now. The qiie.-tkm is whether the city should operate the water works and ciectrie lighting I, 'ants, or that it should be done by private capital. In present ing the Cape Girardeau ease, the tirong points scrrn to le in fa vor cf public ownership. In mart cities of this size where the waterworks and electric lighting systems are controlled by private individuals, the par ties holding the stock in the en terprises are local citizens, thus the money received for services rendered is a great aid to local prosperity, but here conditions are different; the revenue from the local systems go into the coffers of foreign investors. It seem3 to us that the people of this city should make efforts to...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 15 March 1912

9 i 5 Crpo LocrJb i i Miks Irene Short of Fruitland is a guest at the home of her undo, Manning Short Harry Alexander was in St. Loui3 Monday on business. Mrs. N. II. Carl of Kcnnet has been the guest of relatives in thia city several days this week. Norval Anderson of Commerce was in the city on business Mon day. Car.ey Junes, a farce comedy show, was played at the opera house Saturday night. Bert Cartwright, a Frisco em ploye, was taken to the railroad hospital Sunday afternoon suffer ing from typhoid fever. J. M. Allison returned from St. Louis Monday, where he went to make a big purchase of spring goods. Mr. and Mrs. Blucher Sperling of Jackson were in the city Mon day, returning from St. Louis, where they spent several days pleasantly with friends. - The young gentlemen of the Normal gave a dancing party at the Elk's club Saturday evening which proved to be one of the latest social events. C. M. Crabb, who has been employed in the shoe factory here for some t.ime, has returned ...

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. — 15 March 1912

Caps' 'County Herald Hci!d Pubtihtrtfl Co. CAPE MI3S0UM CAV1S CALLED' OFF THE BET Kditor Hod ths Bust of Author In Ono Way, but Victory W No Altogether Complete. Joha ICendrlolc Dans tedis this slory f an attempt be rt'ade to pet the bet ter of lUchurd Harding Davis, uccord (115 to tli New York Kveulug I'vul: "Pnvis mud I were talking one day of bis Van Eibber stories, and Inci dentally, i ciPked him how long It had taken him to write them. " 'O, about tea days' each he re plied. ' I ventured to express tba opinion that such a story could veil be writ ten In a couple of hours, and the re sult an that vie made a bet of a din ner based on my ability to write a story similar In stylo to the Van Hlb bern, nnd to have It accepted by R Mow York editor. "When I reached ray home In Yonk ers that night I wrote the story, the work occupying the time from eight until ten o'clock; tit ten the next morn ing I reached my office In Franklin square; at 10:30 I submitted my story to myself; by 10:45...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 15 March 1912

THE IflM aim fi L. ' ,.r...3 TELEGRAPH QUICK ATJO CHEAP HER COSTUME A TRIUMPH tv'Ur n r ro ll HER SNOW MAN NEW SWITCH IS AUTOMATIC Device for Controlling Electric Cur rents Made Movable by Hand In One Direction. In d'mritilnK an automat electric switch designed by John L. Polk of Menard, N. Y.. the S-ti-ntlflr Amer ican says: This automatic switch Is for use tn controlling electric rtirreiits, the switch in one of Its movement s being automatic, find also sluggish In lis ac tion. Wore particularly stated a swiwh In provided having a lover mnv ahlo Is hand In one direction and iiiovrMo in tli o oil H 1 1 direction by the articn of a spring and against tin? 0 Johnson-Varle y System of Communi cation Promises to Supersede Slow More Signalling. A revolution Ih promised In the new Johnnon Varlcy syl-in of tuned cablo, wire, and wirolesM telegraphy. At a tirivule press exposition II a principles wcro den-iy elucidated by Mr. Varv ley nnd Mr. Johnnon. The system 1 based upon the, well-know...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 15 March 1912

.' .t-0.i Mrs. Lula llulmkamp visited i;i Car? Girardeau Sunday. A. I'. i'.ehrens went to St. Louis on business Monday. Win. Warmer wa3 at the Cape Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Macem i.rd wife went to St. Louis Tues day. The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John G. Putz died Sat urday night. Mr. Thog. Congrove and wife spent several days this week in St. Louis. Mrs. Morris Short, who went to Donniphan last week on ac count of the death of her father, returned home Tuesday. The Capo Normal school quar Mtf will sing in concert at the Jack High school building Mon day. March 18. Rev. Linn Ros3 went to Ca luthersville Monday morning to hold a series of protracted meet ings. Clark Reid of Sikeston return ed home Monday after spending several clays in Jackson with friends. Miss Daisy Davis, field secre lary of missions of the Methodist church, with headquarters at At lanta, Ga., lectured in this city Sunday. The W. C. T. U. met Thursday afternoon with Mrs, Oliver Ken dal and quite an intere...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 22 March 1912

July If II 9- ver 2 t ! II MM 1 3 I I ! 4 i -J J -i . . t. .J t,MmcS.i THE PEOPLE'S PAPCJt VoTxTv" "ALL THE NEWS THAT'S flT TO fXINT" SUSSCKSPKCn PRICE, $1X3 A TUB. ntSYr.TI v. Cape Girardeau, Missouri, Friday, March 22, 1912 No. 12 I I 1 It Money in Apples. The Statu Dour J of Ilort lcul ture is now in possession of suf ficient data to warrant the pub lication of a statement regarding the prices received for the past i mi r ' season's apple crop. The figures following are based upon the reports received from several hundred correspondents, who are fruit growers, each of whom reported for his own orchard. In order to maintain uniform con ditions the cost of package when furnished by the grower has been deducted. Av. price per bu. on trees. .42.5c Av. price per bu. delivered 52.2c Av. price perbu. from stor. 98.8c (Cost of storage included). Av. price per bu. by bushel G7c A v. price per bu. by barrel 58.5c Av. price per bu. by cwt. Sprayed, av. price per bu . Unsprayed, av. price bu...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 22 March 1912

o rr ? A 5 ' I n STORY rs ibl ROMANCE I $ - " " '' " -:j I ?7 Least Joseph Vance j Iltnrlratuirt by Fjr Y.Vten tulOuiKtil.. xuiv by Lvuts Jusei-ti Vaou. SYN0PSI3. Cir-rrett Poapt. n voitfe": murt of Nev? Vie O'V, Uieefl I nu;b's ltSrn It utock. ViO 'rivi'oR lilrn to n rHl'1 pnrty. lie Hecrpt.i. w': '.i" he i''.i'ffi l.ii iekftot-k, tin rea 4a ,i-tie- Hint th ar In love ,vHi Knth ri!K ThriKtrr. Cunit fn!ii to convinc, h"r I ! -1 1 1'Uok.slilek in unworthy of IvT friernlsl.lp. At t!v pnny Const rn""li two uro.-.l I"hv!:i M Vnn Tuy). Tlicm ! ?Q,-.arr0, oiu Igii.-Ustoek phoni Van '.iv! il-u.l. Cr..nst atriiK to w rest tti .e:ion lroin lipn. tlim tip pullr 1 ! ti -rover them. Coant In nrr.-Kti-.l fur imir.1' r. t i )s 'otivje:0i.t. bat an U- hei;!nM lii-i sen-t-oi.r. Ouniii nnniri JlliioUsto.oc iih the n.'i! ;.T. r un.l l:il' titins-lf. 'o:it !-"l-ti f rf Ihii rv.iv- to k ha niarrle. k nt m-rliie TlmWi' .ml ll'-it. CHAPTER IV. (Continued.) With a twlpt of his eyebrows spell ing doubt. Co...

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