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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 10 May 1912

...1 -i 1 ' fl BREAKER FOR ROAD SURFACE 8orlflor, Designed for Attachment to Staam Roller, Breaks Up Hard Crust of Streets. A ncnriner or Hiirfaoe-brcsker, d Hgnd for ftttaohment to a utonin rol ler usod lu road work, In biiown lu th aocomponylnir lllusi retlon, Bays tho fopulir Mechanics. Tlie purpose of be soarlGor is to break up tho hard brunt or surface of .streets or roads IMFROVED ROADS IN THE U. I -4- 1! !ii! h-r y i i i I 1 F I if- 1 1 , r.J Surface Breaker. Bnd put them In shape for resurfacing and grading with the material so broksu up. The scarifier conaists of nine spikes paced on a bar which Is attached to the rear end of the steam roller. As the roller travels forward the spikes are forced Into tho surface, tearing, ami breaking It up to a sufiloiont depth to leave the whole mass Iooho and In a condition to be easily Kha;ed up by is grader. The spikes are raised and flowered by steam, and Ft-am pres tsure !s exerted to hold ' them in tho ground, giving a cushioned comp...

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. — 10 May 1912

i Jachncn Ncvs. Mrs. Mary Schwab returned to Chalice Monday. Postmaster Henry Tula succumbed to motophoV ia. haa Dr. Vinyard attend the medi cal meeting: in Farmington. Superintendent McDonald is HI' nding a few days in Jefferson City. Tiie young son of Mr. Edward Dedwell of died Sunday. and Mrs. Appleton miss riisie muei3 vl has been visiting her aunt. Martin Wagner. Oran Mrs. Mrs. Ben Gockel and Garnelt Morton returned nesday from Dexter. Mrs. Wed- Mrs. Andy Stickler haa returned from a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Scott Burford, at Lutesville. I ti nrtnn PnwfAnf anil Cl t"l l I Dickey of Lutesville visited in Jackson Sunday, coming over by automobile. Mrs. George Williams went to Illmo Monday to visit her sister, Mrs. Minnie Meadows, who was reported very ill. ; The proceeds of the Missionary : Mite social at the home of Mrs. Gerry Sibley Saturday afternoon were about ten dollars. Rev. G. G. Riggan dislocated his collar bone in a fall on the sidewalk last week and has been ...

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. — 17 May 1912

IT- " f ear"! II I t ! ! I 1 J ""'W" 'XP "... 7T 1" 1 i)i A. li '3' 1 I i J 1 I si QS3 - o THE PEOPLE'S PAPER "ALL TBt MEWS THAT'S TIT TO PRIWT" JUSSCS'.PTinM PRICE, 51.C3 A YEAR. CI A3VAX:S Vol. XIV Cape Girardeau, Missouri, Friday, May 17, 1912 No. 20 I Of General Interest. Father Henry Pigge, for 3G years in charge of the Catholic Church at Zell. Ste. Genevieve county, died on the 21st ult., aged 68 years. The body of Mrs. Fannie Sayers was found in a cistern at Thayer a few days ago. It was first thought to be a case of suicide, but later evidence of foul play was discovered. Rev. J. F. McDonald preach in Rurfordville next will Sat- urday night and Sunday, and Fairview at 3 p.m. Sunday, will also assist in a meeting Iona next week. at He! at Citizens of Chillicothe, Mo., hurriedly raised $2,000 this week for the purpose of contesting the late local option election. The town went dry by a bare ma jority, and that $2,000 says that I it was done by fraud. William T. Stead, the famo...

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. — 17 May 1912

Ccnc c;::iy Herein Hrrm'.df Pv ! tiding Ca. , CAPE GIRARDEAU MISSOURI U la ltnoi time for tbe ah Jrt waist. luntnu Tt annual slaughter ot tbe arl&tort appears to fcvs bjfua. The fwitoblnn off of billiards may tet become a pleca of blgh art In tt wild west. The sociologist who estimates that the value I a baby is li.eOO clearly vtever hcj m btby. The detraction of the peach crop tU take placa next July and many via have a band In It. China's republic Is going throngs tnany of the troubles that coma to verr new born babe. About rnri a .r th. rM Hf proceeds to show that It could Coat the cavles of the world. When one prices handbags he be- Sins to think a Florida alligator farm would be a good Investment. A Washington woman ay ber clothes cost her $49,930 a year. Evi dently marked down from SSO.QVO. Someoody has written a poem about "The Little Sod Shanty." The Uttle od ahacty la very poetic in a poem. An tatronomer tells us that a year en Mara baa 730 days, but possibly Wars la ma...

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. — 17 May 1912

mm- COOKINQ CHILDREN'S 000DIE3. By Martha McCulloch Wllllama. Lives there a child with appetite so dead that his mouth never waters when the word "Goody" Is mentioned? Ooodies of all sortB are the especial gantronomlc delight of all children, and let mo add that goodies of all sorts can be made more digestible and more delicious by being cooked In paper bans. It was an acuta social observer who wrote: "Housekeepers Instinctively add grease an(j gwoetenlng when: cook ing for company." The sam rule ought to prevail In cooking for chil dren. Food cannot be too rich for young. thriving creatures, provided It Is properly proportioned. Perfect pound cake Is a moal In ltsolf, ginger bread as perfect, but little less satis fying, while as for tea cakes of the rfght sort, crisp, sugary, molting, an active healthy child may eat all it chooses of them, and be better for the eating. Make all theBe not merely good, but attractive to the eye. Make also sponge cake, raisin cake and many manners of...

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. — 17 May 1912

r?rrr.tr'j te Jacfi Tts13) r;t:ich- every Tri-ity .y Use tb -ot t fr-r-e t Cr Gimr-Jonu. Mo. turner tbe net of Mure?) 3. 1S79. AKKOUNCEMCNTS. The HersJ.l i autl.oiljul 1 -iiouwt tl foV.owins; cnhltes ,fT nmty o.T.oo. Mh,H--t to I he ct icn cf the !.'ut:;ita5 j-nm.try August f.: For Sheriff: 1.EKNI1 AM f.lH. K:L. Sr. HFNUY .1. r.!:iSK(HT l or Awwi: VM. A. ALsut "Cutting Out the Re- The daily papers, particularly j Wednesday. ' those of the beery Eabylon to 0 the north of us, seern to be ac-; , tually itching to see the general j A brother Editor s View. conference of the Northern Meth- As usual when a certain class odist Church, in session at Min-J0f editors do essay to something neapolis. abolish the tan on such j original, the Caruthersville Dem- "innocent" amusements as danc-jocrat gives himself away in the ir.g, card-playing, theatre-going,) f0uowing statement: and a number of other joys that; 'Three-Fingered Pete, the even they-the city papers j Reformed Gambler Evangelist. have...

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. — 17 May 1912

s Holders' Day tt First Baptist Church. Last Sunday ; night Mother' Day was fittingly observed at ih6' First Baptist Church. A large congregation ;wa:3 present to hear Pastor Campbell's . sermon on "Mother," a large number wear ing the carnation. After the sermon an interesting after meeting was held, the larger portion of the people remaining for it." In this service a number made talk, among them Mr. G. W. Summers, Mrs. Allen and her daughter, Miss Alma Hines, and Mrs. F. Y. Campbell. Mr. Campbell took for a text John 19:27, "Behold thy moth er." He said, in part: "Out of the deep anguish of Christ, He thought of His moth er. The day. although a day of unutterable sorrow to Him. was mother's day. And how fitting! She had given Him birth; had nursed Him to childhood and young manhood, and had been an essential factor in His after and splendid life. "Some of us forget mother. We allow the cares of home and of business life, and the pleas ures of society, to crowd her out of our mind...

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. — 17 May 1912

i c s t c s ii II tc 4 oi th hi cb at n a pn wr po; wa wo mi; Lot to ( Lu Caj It (i hav owi that whc tie i si iswai very the I recoi dent' intra ' in. im wism ' v a rr r i a f t GTOilV J T, 1 1 P j A ROMANCE I Dt Louis Joseph Vance nitration It Key Walt-f kusnKiiMjuafviiBQMMMivMHnnfflMRn IwoiWrtaal, tMk by JuMpa Yuc. SYNOPSIS. ?arrett Coast, a youne man of New Twk City, meets IouKlas Blackstook, who iirrttes him lo a card party. Ha accepts. Nhiuli he dislikes Ulne.kstock, the rea awm ttrinx that both are In love with Kath--ev-tne Thaxter. Coast fails to convince her fbmt Blackstock Is unworthy of her Trte-ndsh'p At the party Coast mMi two Mwel Wornls ami Van Tuyl. There Is a snarr-H. and Blackstock shoots Van Ttiyl dead. Coast atruKKlea to wrest the (xn from him. ihua the police rtls--ovTcr them. Coast Is arrested for murder. 1 la convicted, but os he boidns his sen--. tundns names Itlackaiock oa the murderer and kills himself. Const be no free, but Blackstock has married Kaiherine ...

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. — 17 May 1912

Anticipation Hiving (he Bees By Clara Inn Deacon upyrmnt, jwe, by AMoi-lnlca Library I'rcNs.) When tbo widow Skinner Hold tier farm on the HUh Hill road and bought another In the Ked Hrldsa neighborhood she became the nearest neighbor of farmer Roberts, widower. Why thoy took nn aversion to each other at first Bight neither of tbem could explain, but an aversion there wan where there should have beenN - netKhborly frlondlluesH. Farmer Roberts mado up his mind Jn a day, almost, that he should neith er borrow nor lend any tools or Im plements of any sort The widow nado up her mind JiiHt aa quickly that she wouldn't bo friends with a man who threw stones at her geese the very first day she moved lu. There was the widower who needed n, wife, and there was the widow who would have been much better off with a husband to manage things, and In stead of taking the sensible way they avoided It. "What I want her to understand," said the farmer to a friend, "is that If any of her hogs git Into ...

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. — 17 May 1912

WJ ... Ww kit ItUlltil I.inusSanforJ. Sr., is qi at Ins home in thi3 city. ite ill Will Devore of Whitewater vn ; in Jackson Monday. Harry Fulenwider of St. Louis is attending court this week. Mrs. George Woods of Leemon wa shopping in town Tuesday. Attorney James Finch of Illmo at; ended circuit court this week. Harry Wagner is at the Cape this week overhauling the Ilouck m tor car. Mrs. Clippard of Marble Hill is visiting her son, Fred Clippard 01 this place. Misses Mary Smith and Jessie White, of Sikeston, are visiting Emanuel Ilartle. Mrs. Albert Bshrens has been visiting Miss Pearl Williams in the Cape this week. Mrs. Alvin Milde crippled her self temporarily Monday by run ning a nail into her foot. A thief is reported to have stolen $80 from the home of Gus I'enzel last Friday night. Judge W. J. Meisenheimer and J. N. Pudley, of Allenville, attended to business in Jackson lets week. Wilson Morton and Miss Gusta Snider, bo! h of 1' ruitlancl, were j married at the. home oi the ...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 24 May 1912

.ir ' ii "I' '! HV I - 'i J 'MO . v i I ; f h I.J f. . ' V ! - j I s - fin l ! ', - ; ; ' ' A i Mi ' ! THE PECPLE'S PAPER "AU TBC HEWS TKAt'I HT 10 fKINT" S'j::cn:pT;n?i ?izt $i.c3 a yeas, n A3vr::t Vol. XIV Cape Girardeau, Missouri, Friday, May 24, 1912 No. 21 r Of General Interest. Walking on the railroad track and keeping a careful lookout may not seem a very dangerous practice, yet during last year in the United States 5.284 persons lost their lives while doing that very same thing. The Herald has received this week bulletins from the Agri cultural Experiment Station at Columbia as follows: Bulletin No. 100, " Influence of Fatness of Cow at Parturition on Ter Cent of Fat in Milk"; No. 101. Report of the Director; No. 102, "Combatting Orchard and Gar den Enemies;" and Circular No. 55, "Forage Crops for Swine." Farmers should send to the Sta tion for such bulletins as interest them; that's what they are print ed for. We are told that a new law is as follows: Depots in Missouri, ev...

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. — 24 May 1912

KOYISG PICTURES IM LOT ciA'.rs Tiino:;E is r:oT so shaky no;? H.- p. ::u C re-- f i r V 1 t ' ' i uvj l:L Li ft I'm . J H i',ua Sc'i t H Lf ;'' Sir- Ca""c-i C't Hic ty te An'ria E.Tjxror. TT 'r'rs v of tr-re rjsty kit l' f- d rd.y to o5 'ieH la iU.; 't.jir i V,-k r3'.:7v '' tt f.ff r-f tJ;r t;'ry t d-n up '!- A -J tr-;r. n'srcd a f .-1 cf o'.4:rr lu'Jo r." rsrz.i,'.'i-T."'f-, r.e of tt fit I.-.V::;'-'.-? cf. y . ds't witi t- i r :'v!oa to I!.aw&'! of th Ir fculAt Aier'rlAU tastery with wli'b. the c!d sl-".!s r on r.nstect. it ap Pts that whu King Kslakaua was v.zi.r.z rojr.1 tour cf Earc:?. be ing tr.vraisf.i ly ktr.jrs and t!r.p-r-r.rs, te war i - d to the capital cf lb Austrian ir-'itii-ch. Empror Tram Jo t;.h. I way of iny reni;r..g upon t'.a f:i-'i-i'i: i'.md rr-yal covs'n to s;r a' if Am: r'.a-Hangary, the ;-rr lock Kaltkar.a to a gra.r.4 f j i r-vii-, wLere Audi 'ai gjiiUer :t in large. to df-tnor.strate. t Au.-.-iaa C31 tkra tad bo peer ei.r.t'.r.jr, ef-c'.aliy vt--n Auat...

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. — 24 May 1912

MlEDMnONAL' W Tiiii (flwp infl (Tiiff ffin II 7 20 Pi.x .Iy Rc 01213 in ihh FREE BOOK i mi t tr,. , . Draving Water In Egypt v. I - lr) I ' i - - v.- - -i nP.' ,' . J': -x J ? . I ; J " . -' -. ' ' . V-' . K Av it - V- -. "V ? Among the Interesting tights enjoyed by tourists In Egypt are the primi tive well sweeps by which the natives raise water for the Irrigation of the cotton fields along the Nile. They have not changed In form in many cen turies, and some of the sweeps themselvs look as if they were hundreds of years old. REVOLT OF THE SPINSTERS (rlv As the result of a letter written by .11bs Bridget Drannagan" to the dis trict council of Dunshaughlln, County (death, Ireland, complaining that there were too many unmarried men In that district, 69 bachelors received an ul timatum from the council that they uitist marry within three months or leave their cottages. The men were not much dismayed, for tha- are plen ty of pretty glrla In the district, one of whom Is shown In our illu...

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. — 24 May 1912

JlM'liKWl bed jv'ji '-i-M ,' VA. t-" .jK)rt. V ' i AM. r r.ntorcU eeoond cIbks matter at tt jwfit omen at Cape Girardeau, Ha, vtvJer the net of March 3. 1879. The lli-raUl Is iiuthorl.ed to an nounce tlic following cniHlklnU's for county offices, subject to the act Ion of the publican primary August 6: Tor Sheriff: UKKNlUni) GOCKEL, Sr. HENKY J. WUNKOI'F For Assessor: 1VM. A. r.OWEMS. The Cash-Eock, The Colonel, and Others. The Cash-Eook, at Jackson, treats with much contempt the Kansas City Star's "Record of Events," reprinted in the Herald recently, and plucks away at its familiar one-string tune, the burden of which i3 Roosevelt's "boundless egotism". The Cash Book ought to play another chord --no doubt the Teddyan antics would respond equally well on a different string, and it would dispell the monotony. Don't get the idea that we are flying to the defense of T. R. he doesn't need our help particu larly we are fearful that maybe he hasn't even heard of the editor of The Herald. ...

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. — 24 May 1912

Clif Ceuscil Frccecdl-s. Regular Session, Monday, May 20th, 1912. The Council convened in reg ular session, Mayor F. A. Kage in the chair and all members present. Record of the proceedings of the last regular meeting, May Oth, was read and, on motion of Mr. Flentge, approved. Petition of Charles Buelte mann, Louis Pott and B. . C. Ilardetity, praying the Council to take the necessary steps to ward preventing further dam ages to the street and private property, caused by heavy rains, at the northeast corner oT Belle vuc and Ellis streets, was read and, on the motion of Mr. Witt- mor, amended by Mr. Coerver to that affect, referred to the Street and Warf Committee, with in structions to ameliorate the con ditions at the point named, either bv permanent gutter crossings or in such way a3 the committee shall deem best Petitions of Mrs. Bertha Lind, Johanna Mevstedt, John Wehrle and other property owners on Frederick street, between Wil liam and Good Hope streets, for extension of the wa...

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. — 24 May 1912

3 EER I A L. ,f GTCFiY CY 1 si 4 -Mb M ROMANCE I t, j i i 1 r " 5 i y Loult Jotfph Vance 1 Eotti.tiona hf Ray Waller 'JMWIIJH'.iillMrfcJ (wrutit, i9io.br Loan JompIi Vano. 1 SYNOPSIS. OnrrMt 'nt. yonne mnn rf Npw Tork fit y. meets DihirIus lilack tok, who lirvttfi him to A card nrty. 1 it arceptH, aitlmiisli lie dislikes lilaikKiork. the rea son tlmt both are In love with Kath-rr-lne Thaxter. Cuawt fall to convince her lit IlUi kmix k Is unworthy of her frionilnhlp. At the party I'oast nieetn two nomnl lind,is ami Van Tuyl. There Is n iiuurrel, und BlarkHtoi-k Bhoots Van Twvl dead CoriHt tniKKlc to wreat tho weapon from htm, thus the pollco dia-v-r tliem. Ota-at In arretted for murder. IPe in ennvh'ted, but as hn heRlns his ann-n-f. rundas names Blrtekslork as t he tiiunlerer and kills himself. Const be o.imefl frpe, but Itlnrkstock ban married Katherlne Thaxter and tied. Const pur-rltniu-fl a yncht and while pulling Fees a man thrown from m distant boat He res mih the fellow who Is...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 24 May 1912

InnQjognnnlg n d .. r i LJ n rxixixixrmn l u DEAL WITH CUT-WORM PEST ;Tet Courts Is to Plow In Tall and Renew War In Spring Poisoned Bran May Bo Used. Tlio test course In vie -worms Is to plow ?nrly allns with put In tho fall and continue cultivation w toothed harrow until 1th a Hpring- freezliig time renewing the early spring prevents It mid thon ar on thorn by extra r-ulUvatlon. 'There Is no easy me! with these pcnta, but hod of dealing they may be tilled IF one la wlllln g to go after Two Species of Cut-Worms, Also Moth That Lays the Eggs. them with determination. An effec tive method of combating them Is to use sweet and poisoned bran, says the Prairie Farmer. The method Is to add one part of Paris green, by weight, to thirty or forty parts of bran, Btir this together, while yet dry, nnd then mixing It with water that has been sweetened by the addition of Btrong or coarse molasses. The old er and strrnger the molasses, to give It color, the better It will be. Tho bran should be ...

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. — 24 May 1912

4 r ! Dr. Vinvanl went to Sedab'a Monday. Miss M3itincLaPierre is home from Foinfclt. Mrs. D'jReo Jones and little Oauehter vent to St. Mon- The non-resident teachers left for their homea immediately on the close of school. Hlr3. J. II. Good in s and chil dren left Saturday for an extend ed visit in Denton. Mr. and Mrs. Wiiliam Paar celebrated their 25th wedding j anniversary Wednesday. J Mrs. Albert Pchrens is visit-j irpr her sister, Mrs. Kinpsbury, j Pt Ponton for a few days. Mrs. A. L. Hope of Leora and' Mrs.- D. B. Siebert of St. Louis ; are visiting Mrs.' Eli Abernathy. ' Mis3 Louise Kies came down, from St. Louis Sunday to attend the wedding of her sister. Miss Dora. The colored public school had ! a very interesting entertainment Tuesday evening for tne closing day of school. rr i-- i u u T. Dickey has her two . Jc.. . at the St. Francis Mrs. W. children Hospital, at Cape Girardeau for treatment. Louis Hoffmann, came home Monday from Chester, 111., where he has been operatin...

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. — 31 May 1912

"AM THE NEHfS THAT'S fit TO PRINT" siincniPTiC'i nzu six 3 a ma. m izwzt Vol. XIV Capo Girardeau, Missouri, Friday, May 31. 1912 No.22. IKE PLCPLE'S PAPER fiHE THE TEMPLES Big Cr owd, Handsome Knights, Perfect Weather, Brilliant Scenes Next Meeting at SprinEielJ. The arrival of the bitf steam boats loaded with Knights Tem plar early Tuesday morning was celebrated by "such another" downiKHir of rain. The Quincy landed about .r o'clock with about 2'A) passengers, including a hun dred women. The Dubuque ar rived at 0:30 with 150 Knights and ladies from North Missouri towns. All previous program arrange ments were broken up by the rain, so nothing was held except business sessions by the officers of the grand commandery at the Riverview Hotel and the grand chapter at the Masonic hall. The parade was postponed till the afternoon of Wednesday. The Mountain Grove com mandery had come in Monday night, and numbered about thir ty, including ladies. By Tuesday afternoon the rain was all over a...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 31 May 1912

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