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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 26 April 1912

the fIM wmm m MEW APPARATUS FOR OCULIST Swlaa BclenUet Perfect Electromag net for Extracting Metal Par ticle From Eye. Kleotromngneta of upcclal conetruo tlon liav been made u&e of for mm tlmo by oculists In extracting metal particles which accidentally penetrate tho eye, but thla apparatus designed Electromagnets for Oculists. ty a Swiss oculist, 1b of a new and advanced type, says the Popular Me chi'iilcs. An Important feature Is the form given tho active pole, for the Iorb the pole projects out of Its windings the stronger la Its power of attraction. The field of operation, however, must not be obstructed, so the new elect ro in.ignet Is made bell-shaped. The windings near the pole nro of the same general nliaiR' so as to leave tho field of vision equally free on all tmrround ing uides of tho operating point. USE FOR ELECTRIC TRUCKS Boston Terminal Railroad Company Employ Electricity for Handling Baggage and Freight. Small electric trucks are used for tho South station, Bosto...

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 April 1912

(ronon'j tl)0 JbcIM0 Hf.'Sld) rubl'thcd every Friday by t.b l:::!au rntusnrca cosrixT. Katered w second diss nialtrr at 0! post office tit. Capo Girardeau, Bio. umScr tli net of March 3. IS"?. A IN !NT O U N C 1 1 5 3 D N TS v We are authorized to announce Vt'in. A.-Howiti'.H ft candirt..t tor t lie fn!oe of Assessor, Mibjict to action of ii. K -publican party. Roosevelt continues to gain ground. Handicapped by a par tisan press and flanked on every sMz by unscrupulous politicians w ho have more interest in a crust cf Taft pie than good govern ment, Mr. Roosevelt has hewn fois way into the hearts of the voters, and notwithstanding the prevailing sentiment among some that the voters rights be long to the past, the politicians who are casting their nets in the Taft pool are finding the catches infinitely small, and their pros pects for heing perpetuated in office are very dull. Many of Mr. Taft's staunchest supporters in the outset are now clamoring for a seat in the Roosevelt chariot...

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 April 1912

PLUCKYJMTCHINQ. Vsddsr 8itton's Fsst Yhst Landed Championship Pennant. In the Kivntext n n Ixf r that erer marked a minor lengue race Now Or leans and Nashville. Southern loagr contender?, had come to the wire neck and neck. On Kept. 19. 10O& they met In the final nnd decisive tamo of tho year upon exactly oven terms. The ontiro f!j;ljttn of the pout lire months hud centred In Hint lone contest, five months pnf ked Into two burs of play, with, ths result to tell the story of the year' success or failure. Manager Frank of New Orleans, unwilling to rtui any needless rink, selected the veteran Theodore Xlrrltenstelu of St. Louis and Cincinnati fame to Imttie for hla people In the bos. Manager riernhard of Nashville, pacing by his veterans, selected youm; Vedder sit ion. an ei-colleglan. to fn'. the Sio,hk wonder of n onther day. Por six Innings so perfect was thu defensive pluy of both nines Hint neither team was able to score. In the seventh Inning Nashville scored one run. and In...

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 April 1912

if v ,0 r. 1 'Of n a M ROMANCE I (uiuiitt luio, by Louis Joseuu V uwt) 11 SYNOPSIS. 3ftri-ftt Const, A yotma: mnn of New fork City, meets ItotiKlitrt HlaeMtoek, u-lto Invites Mm to a rani I'nt'ly. lie accent, ulthounh he dlallkea StlneKntnrk, the rea son beinir ttmt both rt In live with Krttn rine Tliuxter. Const f.iil to rnnvlnce her that FlnrkRtork In unworthy of her ffrlepnltlp. At tha party Count rneeta two liiamed ltundns nnii Vn Tuyl. Titers I a. quarrel, ami Ularkslock shoots Vnn Tiiyl le1. Count strtiMile to wrest the wveepon from htm. thus the police d! rovr them. Cout Is arrested for murder. He to convicted, but h he begins hie urn tflnre, Dnndtn ttttmeii Ritieksloek fta tha murderer and Kills lituiRelf. Const be mmn free, but Wucksloek linn mnrrtrd SKetherine Thiixter and tied. Const fttir-s-h3ft n yacht and white stilling sees a aiian thrown from a dlHtnnt boat, lie res-cn-s the fellow who is nnmort Ap!eyard. 'They arrl e at a lonely lland, known a :No Mnn's Ijind. Coast...

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 April 1912

WHY PEOPLE GO TO CANADA ThoRe vrlio (tro w orHlrrtnrj why the inunilHT of Arnerion:; koInk (o Cmimla y-ftr by year incrnsrs in (hp rul-8 that it Coc, would not bo so Fiirpri-vd woro ihey to accompany one of t ho luunorouc rxcumlnim thnt hto being run unuVr tho nupplcos of tlio Govern. m?nt from. several o( tl;o Rtato, and remain with the settler until ho gets onto the froo honx nli nda, which, ns stated ty Speaker Champ Clark, in the TJ. 3. eennto the otlior day, cn:nprl:e J00 acres of the most fertile soil nnrl With remarkably -nny fMtliru?nt con lltlon. Then wnUh the remiltg, whether It be on this free honu stead cf ICO acroa or on land which he may purchase at from $15. to $20. per acre, fully as Kood as the $100. and $150. p-cr acre land of h! r.a'lvo stale, and vhlch bis means will not permit hla purrhnnlmr. On the part of (tie b( is or the XT. S. Senate and CongrrFg tl; re la nothing but. praise for Canada. Canadian laws nnd Canadian lands al- j tlH'iic.li ther(asonable uVnlro...

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 April 1912

T1 V IP d - Mis. J. II. r.yrd of St. Louis visiting in Jackson this week. C A. Vandivort went to Cape Monday on business. the Will A. Critos of Doalstadt is visitiri'r friends in Jackson. rtsrririe License. Amon Green, Patton, Mo., LHIie Ftilton.Sedgewickyille, Mo. VVm. F. Bcngonhcimer. Jackson, Augusta Siovers, Oak Rldgc. Alvi'i II. Dencko, Ilouck. Lena I. Sperling, Cape Girardeau. A. I). Hubbard went to Benton uosdav to attend court. Collector J. F. Caldwell is building an addition to his barn, after bavin?: removed it to the corner of his lot, giving his place a neat appearance. Fred Sohradcr, deputy County Clerk, has resumed his duties at Alvin and Emanuel Milde hadjthe ofTkc again after beinff con. business at the C?pe Wednesday Mrs. Fred Keis is Jur.osboro, 111. visiting at fined home. for several days at his : Everet House is trading the court house yard, at the place Deputy Sheriff Albert Shop-. whcre th0 Wigrginton store build pard went to the Cape Wednesday in stood.' it h...

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. — 3 May 1912

a for .- ii id ""SIS?' ! h i i , h.. j 6..a .war... 4 5 JRSST. I :1 A I: l 1 l A. ! 1 ..J fa..... vJ-, ...... Jr ...STC". THE PCOPU'S PAPER "all the kews that sm to print" SUSSCSIPTlCn PRICE, J1.C3 A U&X Vi kZHiV.Zl VoiTxTv "" clTrTiTGirardGauissouri, Friday, May 37i9l2 No7lO Rural School Meet Saturday. For the Rural School Meet in Jackson on Saturday, the 4th, the following program has been announced: (In Gem Theatre Building.) 10 a. m. Declamation contest. (Music.) 1. Silas Stearns. 2. Edwin Nothdurft. 3. Henry Wiseman. 4. Clarence Brown. 5. Fred Stearns. 6. Benjamin Ulrich. 11:30 Big basket dinner. All country and city folk invited to participate. If possible, "fun" events will be arranged for the children at this period. 1:30 p. m. Recitation contest. (Music.) 1. 2. 3. 4. Marie Miller. Ruth Holmes. Grace Daugherty. Errna Anderson. 5. Irene Miller. Graduating address and present ation of diplomas. Ciphering contest, Class A; 20 contestants, 2 from each town ship. Spelling con...

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. — 3 May 1912

V O i r "T" DIo Mail g 1 A i OiffA NCE H s I LocU Josf?h Vance MVMHIIHHHII9 ithtz 4 at. tko, by Lcau ivrpb V aac 13 SYNOPSIS. i O-afrwt 0.t. ft ymtrtr mn nf New "Ton; i y, rr-fcrs T'o-.;c;'a ia'lttxk, who JmvIIsns l,;;n le a card t.nrtv. He R.--'r.La, e!tj;fM-.rli f'piki liiackstocK. t9 rea n tht beiliare In lor with Km- rln 1 haxter. Coat fatia to convince her V!,t I-mckstocic Is unwortfijr of i-er trlen.-Jei.'p. At the psrty Ci1 mere two T"i-() I-ufi'ias and Van Tuyl. There is et. ohkwI, and H''"torf-k enoma Van Tuvl tiad. Coast atrjesies to wrot tf. p-3pon frcm him, thws the police d!s-tl-m. Coast Is arresttxl frr murder. .He. t ccnvU''i but aa he tirln h!a s-n-lem-e. Jiurvlns mmn R;--ks'.ok aa the snurtfejvr ami ki!is fchnse'.f. Coaat te-r-i'rr,r- free, but Black stock lias married t ail. trine ThaxtT and fled. Coast pur tt a yacht ar.4 while aaJtlng nes a aimit thrown from a distant boat. He ra ui the fellnw who la named Applevard. T liey srrl at a lonely tsisri.l, known aa J- ...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 3 May 1912

LOCOMOTIVE WITHOUT WHEELS ss it X '. 1 ' i ' j I i 1 I. ; I. Tills curious piiRlno, It will he noticed, lias no wheels at all. This In be muse It la on a railroad that has so many utecp grades and sharp curves that largo wheels would prevent It from moving. So a curious com bination of link wheels and cylinders aro tmed by which the locomotive Is forced along where it would easily tire a man to walk, because of the steep Incline. liy looking at the front of the locomotive, and comparing it with the car In the rear, un Idea of the KteepneRs of the grade can be gained. KEEP DOWN ACCIDENTS RAILROAD EMPLOYES IN COOP ERATION TOR SAFETY. Excellent Results Have Followed Or ganized Attempt to Improve Con ditions on Largo Eastern Line Monthly Bulletin Issued. A prominent eastern railroad Htart ed, In November of last year, among Its employes a campaign for the prevention of ac cidents and in juries. A general committee was formed for each dlvlulou and each of the great shops. Suggestions are...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 3 May 1912

Us) i!!ay '1MJ by ( 0 the '.l-rr.d ect-uj cJhm r.jniirr at f.st otticc r,t Cape Gltanltrtu, ?.Io. rr th Bft of Mm'b 3. JST9. net1 tin? h! :ii!hori.'il to an ug canli.!:ttcs for ijivt to tin- ;i'' ion of An exchange fays thr.t all I.I:s.urians arc rcjoicir over Cbp.mp CInrk's lead in the race. He docs not say where he pot his information. bp. K'M!ti!ir:ii pr'ni-jry: -Vor ShciilT: J.KltMIAIM' (.H KKL, Sr. "For A '-os'- 'f: WM. A. i'.OWKKS. It is wonderful how much big ger the Taft crowds are than the crowds that turn out to hear "Roosevelt according to the Taft -newspapers. Senator Dcpew, who celebrat ed his 78th birthday last week, rays the secret of long life is to work hard and have a good time. Host of us can manage the work -jvrt all right. The blooming weather which was upon U3 with the dawning of Wednesday was a most satis factory change from the "bloom in' " spell of cold northeasters we endured t!io first three days of the week. " o - As the country loams more and more of the...

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. — 3 May 1912

1 Summit Edward Whymp.r.'th. first man to accomplish the ..cent of th. Matter-i horn, died not very long ago. Since his famou. feat many mountaineer, have climbed to the aummlt of tha maanlflcent peak. ! EAGLE BEHEADS RARE BIRD e An American niK'e, confined In the aviary at Columbian Park. Lafayette, !nd., deliberately killed a Mexican blue quail, one of a pRlr which had Just been brought to the park, tiotu New Mexico. Tbe Mexican blue tuall Is a rare fowl and this pair had been cap tured after a rix months' scutch. There wan no suitable place Tor tliem at the park aviary ami they were alaoed Inan empty eoiiiiuirt'.netit of the alg isi which the eagles and own, are y.i. mere is a xmu wire netting between the two cmipi.rtm.-nta , and wooden atrip are nailed around the bottom, due of Ihe big eaHee I hopped close to the wire netting and j found a bole through the vwmi-en Mr, p. i ne re.icnen luroi:::. si. u ui;e w wie , rjtisllH Httd pulled Us hea.l from Its TRAVELING ON THE CAMEL For ...

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. — 3 May 1912

i County IlcraU Herald Publishing Co. . k CAPE GIUAROEAU MISSOURI i Tu pnrty Wrd doesn't fid tho worm tacitly by being er.rly. Kvcry little presidential candidate a keynote of hl own. tn case, or a coal strike n ill the coal I'ln Rive ppfioe for a mushroom botlT The cellar cf a Pennsylvania former lias drained Into a coal mine. I.ucky aian. Our own weather in i-jad enough. out in China they are having a relgo of terror. Being shot nt occasionally it not lie of the legitimate, annoyances of king's job. A California woman with a "model ikusband" baa been granted ft divorce. Ehe deserves it. , Another blow to woman suffrage. 'An Illinois genius has invented aa Hjnbreakable window. Cutter can be made directly from jgrass, says a scientist Possibly (misprint, for "grease." The Countess of Warwick says that woman is at ber best at fifty. Guess fcow old the countess is. A Missouri girl wants 2,000 for pseven kisses. One would almost im (Sine from that that kisses are scarce. . The New Jers...

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. — 3 May 1912

i .n..i. n ii.i i ii. i.ii.. in Hints and Advice on Social Forms By MME. MERRI From "A Mississippi Girl." Please suggest some Interesting Karnes that would be appropriate) for ; gathering of young folka btwn th aRog of eighteen and twenty. Can you tell nis where I can obtain a book of plays for such a gathering? What would be nice to serve? I'lense give me a reelp for making punch? ricase suggest a suitable costume to wear at such a gathering. Missis sippi Girl. All the bent party schemes I find go right Into tho department, and I trust you will find something to suit your needs. If yon will Bend me a Bolf-addreRBed mvelope In care of the paper, I will be glad to furrtlwh you with the names of several books that tell of entertainments of all kinds. To ine no party la complete for young people without Ice cream and cako, and I like a variety of small, fancy cakes Instead of layer ones, that are so hard to eat nicely without soiling the fingers with, the filling. I cannot take apace f...

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. — 3 May 1912

tti Miss Emma Franklin of St. Louis is visiting friends here. Hi i Kecorder Siemors is writing tvito insurance now. W. S. Wolters had business in Ctrdonvil!e Monday. Claud Lambert of Denton visit id friends here this week. Judge W. G. Schneider is dan perously ill again this week. little Mary Iloss has been very ill during the past week. Mrs. Sibley visited Mrs. II. L. Cai dwell at the Cape Tuesday. ( Jock el & Morton and Everett House each lo3t a horse Tuesday morning-. Alpha Eulinberg, colored, aged 2 died Monday night of con sumption. Sloan and Miss Irene Short of Fruitland were Jackson visitors Saturday. Mrs.' Fred Kies returned Mon day from a visit to her mother at Jonesboro, 111. Mrs. Fred Goyert has not been doing so well again this week. Mrs. M. E. Sawyer is spending a few weeks in Morley and Sikeston. Mrs. John Hamilton, of Mani tou, Col., is visiting her motlvr, Mrs. Anna Puis. Miss Bessie Limbaugh of the Cape was a Jackson visitor Sat urday and Sunday. Dr. J. J. May f...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 10 May 1912

gtato Tit ralllS :U,:A Jul V, I I i M I ! J W, II h Ji II , v i C.1 THE PCSPLl'S PAPER "aix tke aews that's iit to triht" SUSSCKIPTICM FR!CE, SI.C3 A YtAS, IM ADVANCE Vol. XIV "Cape Girardeau, Missouri, Friday.HVio.l912 ' No. 19 Of General Interest. The Isla de Luzon i3 proceed ing on its way up the river at the rate of sixty miles a day. At last account it was expected to reach Memphis May tenth or twelfth. The state auditor-elect of Maryland has been arrested on the charge of bribery, it being charged that he offered a mem ber of the house of delegates $2,50$ to vote against the state local option bill. The St. Francis river reached the highest stage of the year last Sunday morning, the gauge showing a rise of about 25 Xeet. Very little damage was done; few if any farmers had planted corn. Greenville Sun. The old court-house structure is now a memory. A force of men have been engaged in the ilpinnHtion of the old buiidinar and the wreckage is being haul ed awav. In a few days the ...

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. — 10 May 1912

Corn r f - v rr ITprl Htra'J P ,c.W,-",' C.J. CAFi Or 3AR.-E.AU - - MISS.VUPl ' " 1 f.O'JLETTE WHEEL 111 A CAN; Cn Mora Added to th Vartaty f Usea Frf crtrre n rV'afce. of This Alicil. The icirentii'y of 'the French -nrttt Jias tot beer, eocfiaet! 10 the making cf rtan'Ci out cf a;, p irer.tly fcarir less fit's. In fact. U;T is autte a a rity cf m.x-s tshioa the can is made to gr-rve Ose cf the canea is 6r.d with colr.V? aad a n.stCubo. th?iw belr;g ujf i.'ti! la the head. U.-a U pro vided with carefully coiucealed U4. The coinbox ! arrar.jcM to trm!t depc sit: eg and asr.y retEOTtiig the coins by a ilgit pressure of th thumb, thus ctviar:-.? the necessity of Cahlr.if for coin lo the pocket Ano-her cd hand; contain a eotcpief- outfit of tb fata known . petits Chevaux. Vhes the Ud is pea tettlr.g caa beslc an?! the horss cross ing tie wire f.rst wins the safces On of the latest Parisian novelties eocFistg in a lady's pwasol tar.die) containing a roulette wheel which can b usd fcr jra...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 10 May 1912

MUM J AND IE NEW OIL GUN QUITE UNIQUE Disk That Screws Through Center Force Out the Liquid Flow la Easy and Uniform. A now kind of oil gun that la oper ated by a screw Instead of by sqtiees Ing tho reservoir him been designed by a Wisconsin man. Running through tho copter cf the resetvuli, which in In the handle of the gun, 1h a thread on which a screw dink is mounted. A lit tlo wheel at tho back end of tho han dle operates this dink go thnt when the whtl Is turned the dink in forced along tho thread to the front ot tbe Implement, thus forcing out any oil or grease ahead of It through tho no- New Kind of Oil Gun. lie. The advantage claimed for this kind of an oil gun Is that It not only utilizes every drop of oil by getting It all out of the cylinder but tho flow Is so easy and uniform that all tho lu bricant gets In the places where It Is needed. In using the old style oil can there was often a great deal wasted, as It spurted all over when the can was pressed and only part of It r...

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. — 10 May 1912

rubliKbtd every Friday by th :sald ri;in,i suing cotimny. l?nU-recl us BtH-ond clf matter at ifco yctst, ollice et Cupe Girardeau, Mo. jo3fr the a.jt of March 3. 1S!. ANNOUNCEMENTS. The HcraM Is authorial to an nounce tlio following candidates for county ofllej's, Mibj'vt to tlx1 act Ion (if trie republican primary August 6: , For St,TirT: KEUNIIAIvI) (iCK.'KEL, Sr. I1ENKYJ. liHlNKOI'F For Assessor: WM. A. UOWEIJS. "Madero Must Go!" howls the Mexican "press." So must any body else who tries to settle any thing in Mexico. o AJlhouv.U Roosevelt rriay be & umhic feisow, a survey of the line-up' of, his journalistic en emies 13 pretty good incentive to keep on hollcrin' for lam. ' We share the opinion of many other people that whenever, the. St. Louis dailies get to lambasting a person or thins: then is the time for good citizens to vote for him or it. Those whose literary diet consists entirely of such reading can hardly be expected to experience any feeling but jim-jams nt the men...

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. — 10 May 1912

CITY COUriCIl, PROCEEDINGS REGULAR SESSION. Monday Evening, May 6, 1012. Wharf Committee was received and concurred in. '! - -. - .-. , The Building . Committee, to whom instructions were given to make minor repairs to fend paint the statue in the City Park sub mitted a report stating that the repairs had been made, and, as to the painting, recommended that the Women's Relief Corps, who were instrumental in erect ing the statue, be given author ity to contract for and superin tend the painting, the Build ing Committee, however, to ap prove the cost of the work; and also recommending that the May or appoint a committee of three members of said association for the purpose. On motion of Mr. Coerver, said report was received, concur red in, and ordered filed. The Mayor thereupon appoint ed Mesdames Harrison. McCam- i mon and Bader, members of the Women's Relief Corps, as a com- The Council convened in reg ular session. Mayor F. A. Rage presiding and all members pres ent excepting Mr; Fl...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 10 May 1912

V SERIAL j o gtory cv ' tWMLWWIIWIIWWMII ins ' No Man g- 3 Land 1 A ROMANCE By Louis Josrpli Vcnce H'astratfoni tjr Rtf Wa!fen 14 SYNOPSIS. Ocirttt Count, a younc man of Now York City, mcts Ioiu:I;n Jilttikntock, lio tnvlti'K him to a rnrd party, llo nrcepta, Whoueh ho dislikes IMaokntock, th r-'ft-w-n bi litp thut both are in love with Knih erln Thixxt'T. OoBt ffttlfl to ronvirn lir that Ulnrkslook 1b unworthy of hiT frton'h.'p. At the party t 'oit met two tiajwd VHitnt'ifi RTid Van Tuyl. Them Is quarrel, ami Illarkatnck ahoots Vim Tuyl ta. Const strut-. tlfl to r-at ti iraapnn from him, thujt the polire ils rnvpr thfm. CnniU Is arretted for murder. H la cnnirtp(l, hut as tip htjKln his on. tencfi, Pundna names Tilftcknlock n.a the imirnVrpr and kills himself. Coast h" enmes fret tint Ularkstork Iiss nmrrh'd Kathcrme Thiixter and Ami Const pur chases a ynoht ftrel while sailing seea a man Thrown from a distant b-at. He ivk niB thp fellow who Is named Apnleyard They arrlv at a lonel...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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