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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 31 May 1912

GflQOXB Errrrr rrr tVtyl : p 71 f)0lff . 1 V v.; ! . . . ' IMNATIONAL iSKSfllflOL Lesson (By R. O. PKrXKBS. Director of JTvon In Department. The Mumly lilble In stitute of Chicago.) lessofofTjune HYPOCRISY AND SINCERITY. GOLDEN TEXT "Takn hwl that you da not your rlKhtemiMneas before men, to bfl seen of thcrn; elHO ye have no reward with your I athcr which Is In Heave-.!." Matt. 6:1. A n IBOTHMIWIWIIIMIIIIMHWI I ) Ml" I if"" Get This FREE Hook n - Bcforfc You Decorate Si AID IS SOUGHT FOR INDIANS It iltowt 20 pretty room in modern linrr.ri and how to pet the very latrat drnipns or four home. We will send you FKKK Color plant ms.de bj expert eloigners (or any room you want to decorate. "A voire wu henrtl In Itamnh. la mentation, and bitter weepirK: liaclud weeplnn for her children ami refusing- to bo comforted fur her children, beciiiBe they were not." lsaiuh xxxl, 16. We hear your Hob In the nlsht Anil we hear your Bob In the flay, tVe jro your fares tear-stair.ed and while Ah you w...

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. — 31 May 1912

? 1 f v - ---. ;. 7 IS' -3 r.rv: r ! "1 - I'. A. ;'-f ! Fr.. V.ty lr til ;:IM3 CT..!J"M3T. t- .... . JF;o :-( 1 - -c--J c'': matter t , The IW-iV1 ut .ri-.J t- ita.unoe th .:.- jr.-,; f,Vf.ii.it-i county Vt :....;'! !! the a :te : tbe r.'f-.M-'sn j-r-iry .Ai-t C: I'cr Si er:.?: F'CNH.U;!.' ' f 'KF.L Sr. HF.MlVi. f.KJNKnpF I'or A-- v-s- r: wm. a. U :. : : r, ioii.N A. S Libber Utterance. In its statement Monday that it is the "only new-spacer jn Cap Girardeau," the Republic-ja mt. when he came home jan badly disarranged its props j drur'' sn& proceeded to adminis and Ftoiled an otherwise nice '. ter tl-i customary beating. This little editorial very nice, in deed, considering. That edito- j rial contained some very proper sentiments, and some statements! that the public would have swal- i lowed without any dnuculty at j on .a. mi it nut j.a.c "'o- ' that siliy little announcement ; that the Republican "is the only j newspaper in Cape Girardeau." : The question that immediately j ...

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. — 31 May 1912

QT ITS EK?."1TY ?:3Ti:;:;a uxe rATic;::s f.' .a - ! .- i . : .:" . ' . . ,'' : '"'1.' I ; ' ' " ) At Rangoon, one of the chief ports of India, It wm found tomi time ago that the deep water channel. wa ahlftlng towarda the ether aide of the Hlalng river, which, of course, would In time render the preaent port useless. It waa decided to keep the main channel In lt old place by meant of a great dyke more than two milea long. The treacherous character of the river bed making ordinary methods for the erection of masonry walls Impossible, an In genious scheme was devised. Great mattresses, each 125 feet long, some 75 or BO feet wide, and 3 feet thick, were made of woven brushwood. These were unk Into position by the weight of hundreds of tons of rock, the Idea being that the fabrication, sinking to the bottom and being spread upon the soft oil, would only sink Into the ooe to a certain oepMi and thus form a solid foundation upon which to deposit rubbU vvi. Colt's Pepuonanoe to Calf Grew U...

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. — 31 May 1912

il C:p Cc-sty. Herald HerVi Publishing Co. CAFE tilt". AH EC A U V.": " If there M a bnsrbnU trust It U cr- tfv'o that It iun'i in the umpti. I A man rarely known wlisn to cts erd an old suit of clothes. Coot t riTfru bepln to be ft Httl I ronlnent in f.ho utandlt.g of the tmsse ta.'l clubs. No lit tie oi story Is cow dlrte1 at t?i umpire. The bandwagon ba lost It monopoly. A Rhode Inland lej'slstor dvocate ft law to Btop elopements, but lo laughs at lawsmlths. "Eotlng," ys a scientist, "1 ft dy ttur art." It behooves mine kind friend to blow bim to meal. Freakish styles of the present rea son ceed not be expected to reduce the cumber of misogynists. Th "Jelly wobble" U the latost dance fad In Washington. And In pol itic "everybody' doln' It" Story teller In Japan get 20 cent ftn ho-jr, bat fishermen In tills country tell stories by the hour, gratis. The Inventor of its wireless tele graph has taken bis place among the treatest of the world's benefactors. In these nightmarish time o...

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. — 31 May 1912

itiCRGES TWO IN ONE. Her Little Ring. Mary had a little ring; 'tws given by her beau; and ever' her that Wary went that ring wa sure to go. Khe took the ring with her one day, when she went out to tea, where the might display It to the glrla, who num bered twenty-thtve. And when the girl all saw that ring, they made a great ado, exclaiming, with one voice: "Ha it at last got round to youT" EQUAL TO EMERGENCY. World5 iers REVIEW jf PROGRESS THAT 13 BEING MADE ALONG ALL LINES f ENDEAVOR (W jfk. With the wsmaKmamnBaamm imsmamammmxe. ALWAYS A Too Frequently Efforts to "Keep Up Appearances" Result in Dire Calamity. BE HONEST WITH YOURSELF Respect of Those Worth Considering I Never Lost by Frank Avowal That There Are Thlngt One Must at Present Do Without. How many tlmos have you hoard 11 said thai this inau or that woman Is "keeping up uppearancos?" It Is one of the moist common expression or the day, and conveys to us the Idea that the person to whom It Is applied. 1j making extra effort...

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. — 31 May 1912

j 1 IT" r i r l i A ii! ' this ; v,V.: 'r.. fit! t:. j r.-. Dure? Jon s and daughter, Hart. rvVxrr.fA from St. iii'sThursdav. n. of I o'iiy j with j f .. wves a fid fcier;s h-V' and A very p!c-aiant time was r3it J .m Monday at the city .ark, the ':StKn of the Lutheran school i .; a piroic -..it s. jor.n iMvm vifcited in John Jaci-son the f,r.t of thi." week, retuminsr to her home at (.m mer -e on Tuesday. J'-i,e John A. Snider i,arf h!i his df c'aration for nornsna f ion for jude of the Cape Girar (':. :. Court of Common Pleax. ha ('a me Atki-., i a .-'iC'-e.-sfj! t.f.-r, v. i.o ha.--of j-'f.oo! i p;or j i ' .:f. returned to her i city last .Saturday. in th ;ep)! Eest-erson w.-: a-jjdg-i d i.'iKanc by the Cour.iy Ourt : . - ... 'A If ' . I I V A .a I I .. . I I ior r t . 1 r . tor. of Kinder town l ip, will be f ;indidate for the nomination : Oi the Mc-publican ticket for fill ! Tiif. , ,, . .,, nn and Moffet Wallace spent i, , ,-.u;.-day with home folks, return- - , t i x .r , tK ...

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. — 7 June 1912

XT I M Nil " j j f j H H ' 12 1 1 : h I I 1 VV "-A I X t 1 -.' ft. ft..- ..3IISCU ... I6...JI .-.. ,?w:...i ft... .' .-. . .'.ST. .4 . IKE PECf LE S P'PER "AU. THE MtWS THAT'S FIT TO fRim" su2SC?,i?TO rr,;:c, siC3 a yeah, ikasya::; Vol. XIV Cape Girardeau, Missouri, Friday, June 7, 1912 No. 23 t,i -5 r. r i Had a Good Time, Lying at the bottom of the dump south of the Houck cross ing of the Cape-Jackson gravel road, with the two left wheels crushed and ringing the broken axles, and with other features likewise shattered, an automobile last Monday morning gave mute evidence that during the night somebody must have had a good time. It later developed that the windup of the pleasantry occur red in the very small hours of the morning. What must have been rather a doleful march began back over the three miles of dusty pike that had so recently been covered on the ving3 of the wind. The occupants of the car, as reported, were Walter Kieningcr, the owner, Putz, Aber- hardt and Rudolph Rueh...

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. — 7 June 1912

! 'I V O V 1 uu 1 '5 I j .: A " - (f i 7 '-'SSRW-i 1 i .A ROMANCE i : I SYNC PS i. J!... t t'! r.t.itt"' : V ! I i 1 if 5.- r- , ? I-. V r -i- r- r i'-' '-."-1. i '' ' . t"-r 'cmr 'l. K -. -r-: ; --s'r. J -, i ; it f hX-Y XT. ' ; ' f F.j.;k. k.t 1 w S.'- I W. -..Ht -f'? , trfT f kt kr t .:t.S r irV-i V T.yl C"...t r.R Tmt - z V..rs t t r " '-'i iy r:. .uts c- .--. i: i '.;. t-.j r- CHAPTER XL (C-c-t rvici.l "To: eta Ut I c; s.i xllriS ff tier la Vi ic i-3 wd 'tt 13 li t.. Tt? rift Trc". cf 5 jouC-fi t to Hit ej ti f ir."..s.:-i i---' rest tick 4 ex:em.;rii r-e. So 1 tt U 2' 3i-iJ jun:.?. Ti fjJTS-i-i-jf. t is et jt. Ti.i a o.--i t.f :ki cx.t :ixzu I -c-'-.e4 to ti frost !:'.! : t it.:it5 to ti sfs..; t.t I rte: j- : cijrj rc;;f. vij ovfriear-l to c;- clt fjtj is -.ie c.r:ir ? f -: . ft J-j i' I v-' ty ti. &r ia. s-j U:i fcr yt-i cs tie j;v to tit lici- Ti-n :iit finntr . ' t.? isi I t:.iii. .ta ti r-a'fc- ty ti tii-e !'d re-f...-.i :t tzi irtJti - J "fay tii t to ;1 fira c-jj. j...

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. — 7 June 1912

, iui-xsikv!! .. .. It-,- -f , , PRACTICAL FENCE FOR STOCK BarleP Constructed of Wire Prove Entirely Satisfactory With All Kind of Anlmalo. A good stork fence la one thnt will turn nil kinds of stock without Injury to the Jinlmalt). The clienpept and bent fence to build Is a wire fenco. At the ton of the picture In shown a fence which I hnvi on my farm thnt tnH proven eiitti-.fiictory In every, par tlculitr, writes It. O. Clngett of Carroll county, Maryland, In the Farm and - ft J-j q: tsp DUAf.D CHEESES BY PARAFFIN Protecting Coat Prevent Considerable . Uoa cf Weljht by Evaporation Method la New. Nearly nil cheese of the Cheddar tyre made In t lie Unltid St?.tes Is paraffin l.tfore It reaches the public. Vet It In not more than bIx years since It became a general practice, and less than ten that paratllnlng to protect from Ions of weight was llrst brought to the attention of rliecae handlers. At firtit the process ws In order to Improve the appearance, but when It was found that th...

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. — 7 June 1912

IT A. !:r- Frs-Jr ? ?-. A Carthage Hr-J has to (1 .e I! Pawg "Tl at b c:-r.-J c-.r.triD V;-r.cr.(Jix' l.r. a for C!r'.ri. The mure cf Jsmes II. Larg- i s ton appears m cur announce- U $--t '"- it O;? CTrdnvi, KB.-Jr-r tie rt f Vnr" J. J rra-ry c rr s. tad bar kirk t Tea I! jVa I.IyJrc;!io!:,l3.' W. Horace Hawkins, a Phila dclrhia veterinary cf lor? ex perier.ee in treating dogs afT.ict ed with rabies, recently contrib- Children Cry for pry at the ! Largstcn is a prosperous arj roun' i hustling farnrrr living in Kinder uieJ the fo"Owirg observations i )Jh l.r.c?Uowr.5.hip, a $tamh RcpuUican, i to tr.e Public Ledger of that city, j r.as never neu or asticea lor a I hey arc cz intercut in tr.e J:?r,t! s c-iwn it Q'g a n: o r:. ci: : i:nts. ' , 3tv,y. v. n o i ;;t we fiT. rr.i nitar.ffin: UVct w-.lifv.n r.tit M rvm. ! Considerable WOfk way engineer at road ! public ofT.ce, has been roi 1 over- -of the cen&tarJy recurrir.g disi for the hi?h-i Alrrsost daily the coJurarss of; - ' ; v ...

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. — 7 June 1912

Bringing. tfi3"Bcrj'to L!fo , iA-r -f B7 II.VS t? TESIETAT When Lincoln and Greeley Vcn Members of Congress. The live of many asphyxiated persona have been eer4 In Chtoegs elsewhere by the uis of device known the pulmotae Thli phetogrseh hows the pulmotor restoring to life a man who hat apparently ceased t breathe, having been overcome by poleonoua gaseo. The noxious gaeea art drawn out through one tube of the apparatus and oxygen Is forced Into tht lungs through the other. MARRIED IN THE SADDLE Married on the mHln street of Port Klamath, Or., while astride or their addle horses waa the unique way In which Joseph Hesslg and Mr. Fan nie V. MHreh, a pretty widow, begun life toaether the other day. The bride (room came from his hom In Siski you to Fort Klamath, where he for merly lived, and purchased a large number of bef rattle. He wni mt there by his bride-to-be, and together they went out Bnd rounded up the stock. Mr. Hesslg had secured a mar riage license and he and Mrs. Marsh drov...

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. — 7 June 1912

Cnpc County Herald Hrr;M Publ'.hlng Co. G I R f r D Z A U MISSOURI OT SO EASILY C0P.KEHE3 'Lirnid Author-" In SomKhlnp tit TI3V. Place, but Equnl to the Emergenc y. Keen whf.-n the son "Inherits" M fa ther's It, nB we tay( hla fnthcr may t.;ll keep Ms own, and en occasion ovc-n be able (o cope sucr-egr-fiil'ly with Its pfTsprtiiij. Ir. Jnmoa n. AhkU til, In his 'Tt'TulnlsoencoB," tha fol Jrrwlng enjoyable fitory of I Jfl college lays nt Urown university, ander the Presidency of IT. Wayland: 1b doctor's son. Ileman Lincoln "Wayland, one of mj classmates, In herited from his father a very keen wit. The passages btt n father and eon were oftn entertaining to the fflas. One day. when we were con sidering a ehnpter In the father's text look on moral philosophy, Uncoln rose with an expression of treat solem nity and respect, and said: "Sir, I would like to propound a quef"t.ion." "Wei!, sir, what Is It?" was the re- fcty. "Well, sir," said the son, "In the learned author's work which we a...

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. — 7 June 1912

far Of 1m Qmml China's Letter of Thanks -' w STRENGTH OF THE INSECTS When one Is aked to name ttl strongest animal he generally beglni with elcphnntB as tb urgent, and con tlnue with oxen, horires, and on dowr through creature of lonser size. Bu1 for real strength proportionate to aire, one must to to the lntect world. A man's strength Is absurdly small com pared with that, of an Insect. The be tie will carry COO times lt own weight cn Ha back. To be proportionate!) strong a man would have to lift 75,00( or 100,000 pounds, a weight which only the biggeBt atcel freight carf carry. If a man were placed under i box containing five times his weight he would be held there Indefinitely But to hold a beetle down the boi would have to be 1,S00 times as beav as the beetle. f v f ! Flover l X IrSaidcns t -- t Iy ri!!MP KEAN J I (Copyright, 1012. hy Annotated Literary I' rent.) "V.vvybvdy laughs at us," said Vio let. ' From China came recently to the American Red Cross an official letter of th...

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. — 7 June 1912

i s t 4 . a . V. Ct-MV.-T v.vvx to St. Louh Tuesday, Mr. an 3 Mrs. Alvin Bo:3 went to .St. Louis Tuesday. Leo Kilter has been visiting at home for some tirrif!. Mr. and Mrs. J, II. Friederiek rpent Sunday with friends in the Capo. !.I;sg Clarice Burton is homo fn m her Alabama school for the Sinn nor vacation. ( mfiin AH , and Attorney 1 T Ilanlcsty of the Cape transacted Girardeau have been visit burdncss here Monday. I in relatives here this week. Miss Lydia Hays of Cape I Dr. Atkins returned Saturday Gii fu-deau was the guest of Miss j from Greenville. Mo., where he Gifu-e Cracraft last Sunday. had spent a few days visiting. Misses Marline and Mary La-; Misses Mary Howard and Ruth Pil l re entered the Cape Normal Burton are visiting Mrs. Kate Tuesday for the .summer term. : Dennis in the Cape this week. Mrs. Will jam Kiehne and Miss j ;,jss Mame Atkins has return lb i mine returned last week 'ed from a visit of several months fro ii their long visit in St. Louis, j w jtn ner sist...

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. — 14 June 1912

1 t9 ' ":' ; 3 'Ml I ( V. iiji i i-r.i AiAU ! I. i 1 J I f i ,1 f J o . ft..., !MKl4 THE PESFLE'S PAPER "ALL TrtE WEWJ THAT'S TIT TO PRINT" suncsiPTisra mzt, si.ca a tun, in Asvr;:s Vol. XIV Capo Girardeau, Missouri, Friday, June I4, 1912 No. 24 I" OCAL MID GEKERAL Miss Eleanor Stewart wont to St. Louis last week on a visit. J. VV. Kelso is here from Springfield visiting his son, J. R. Kelso. C. S. Goodwin is' moving hi3 pressing and cleaning shop to Chaffee. Mrs. Charles Ilawn returned Monday from a long visit in Milwaukee. Miss Bertha Varley of St. Louis has been visiting relatives here this week. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mc Henry's baby died Wednesday night of last week. Mrs. Leroy Moore and Miss Clara went to Matthews, their old home, Monday for a visit. Clarence Perkins came home last week from the school for the deaf at Fulton to spend the vacation. W. II. Bohnsack returned early in the week from buying goods in St. Louis. Dr. W. E.Yount has been in Atlantic City, N. J. , for a we...

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. — 14 June 1912

-f " ft; c WW tk i I "T r-j -ar i. J !W i i i ) r, T T 111! iliA ROMANCE ; iwiphii wwim iiiw in $ Er Ler.'s Jif?h Vance S ralx-tai I j Ear WJlm wV7TNJU. ft i-0 VucJ SYNOFSSS. r-a ri"T roi(rt. ft ynjnsr mfln f Xw ,Tot i;,r p. m-: lviri tar: .t.x -. ho tn-r-t.- .,m t a r-ur-J prT. tia b- f nat b- h In ar ! th K a h- rif 1 ".u!. .'9.t fa.ia lo coovlnc h-r kH V nrHtfwlc ta U!',nhf of hT i-'. At h jr-any (''w.'. ni"' 1 ouml, ani t;arfct.-v-)c ihvl Van 'Tvyl (I-! Cjmm trv!?i to r-srt tna fro f rrww Mm, lh th lii" d' 'ftvr Cfmat la 8fT:M for riiur-W. i I mi"ti but h trin ' -trw-. :in-la nrna Hi ark to- ft t wrnrr ftl1 fci' hlnif. CvaJt t-- wrw fre, but M.rkncm fca mrri-t Wfrn Tht-r ani fVd. :oM pyr .ciin ft ji. l t arwl whli waiting; wiftji thrown frwm ft distant Ho t'-- rttn ttw f(l'w who m ramot Apiil-yftr'l. "Tw:y m at a lkmy roian'l. known r N'i Mm's Ijind. l"rt utarla nut t -Tjli-vrw lh yft)f- ajKi corn upn- Homo flwrte-l butiinrft. 1? niJ'TTeril ft mfin ViujL l;pon r4nc Tvtnhtr anil ...

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. — 14 June 1912

mm m INI TASTEFUL CAKES FOR PAPER EAQ COOKING. By Martha McCulloch W. Miami. Paper bag cooking seems to wa Ideal for plum cake, which needs to be made weir done throughout with out hardening the outer part to a lava trust. Wherefore, the place of honor for While House plum cake, the ver '.tahlo article provided for the Inst three Incumbents of the White House, t am sure the Inventor and compound er of it. the excellent Mrs. W. H. Wil son of Nashville, Tenn., will not mere ly forgive but applaud this Infringe ment upon her copyright, since she Is '.he soul of generoHity, no Icfs than the queen of cooks, nu:l high prleut hb in the fine art of cak, making. Hero is, verbatim, her receipt for: Presidents Fruit Cake. One pound butter, one pound sugar, twelve krs, be.'iten separately, one pound Hour, browned and sifted, four and a half pounds seeded rniblns, one and a half pounds homemade citron, one glass grape Jelly, two teaspoonfula melted chocolate, one pound crystallized cherries, one...

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. — 14 June 1912

r- fv . "-:' !' AnA-tnc-ilr-::;-:. ' Vill Hi-ise tie Hccf, Sure. ! RrrsVScaa Tkfcei. ' I Frr Slit ) ? o;:.cc; ;rz tne j a re 3 :n il? Fro? thou ::b Prv Taft is lb Court em i the G.-;rtcf V-.. . j...'. , qfl .... r - i i.-r iir . r ; - -. : If u. p-" ft tvith ; "f "d cv---;c -tf r---'--r n."r -bUcrsn ' A "f '-i--1"3 h3V C. C-.l! rnD ri frjn.;v? r2, 1J Ve r-ctivr.sl I: bVJo-mil Convention. G i. y.their dexdoo.mior.s a? candidates: rj;r., i ,rr. that r-hen ve free Amer-.d.re Kx.-v r.I r t tr 1 fcr mmstmn am! t:.e;r rames ; I . J I , iJ SI I I . H . f 1 i t S - I V, t 1 i V- dear? (syry ! - .1.- t - . -n a ..ir.g. st!) Pre"'ft H I c---; aPr -!n ii- i.i a-. ire -r- rr-rixr r-V.Vr-an r ;n ' A':'-i--- f r:try e'er ion a? M-. get cur ;a- s ro ::::: .... s r1"-' ' i . jUn. WinA Vr?i ;:.p v- e ta: .e-ws.? u-l thrown sr. to tr.et - Always Bong". : i ..IV. i I ( 7 i i .1 1 i 1 ' i "i 'f ; i -X t M.7-JT S ?&:! ever :h fxr -r;tV.eTa5l 2:ri uer.t "Kir.ley. Us.Ie, J rr.-.r' i?;:.r.3r.t-sr?vcrTc...

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. — 14 June 1912

HAHD C:i HER lit Kbe (fishing for a rornnllment) Thli U the third dunce you've bad with me. Why don't you auk norne f tb other fcirls? He To tell the truth, I'm mich a bum dancer that I'm ashamed to auk thera. SOME BASK FOR IT CooU I suppose a pawn ticket would Dot admit a follow to na one of thesw pames on the Ice? Hook CVrtululy not. Wliv should It? Cook Well, hasn't It something to do wlili hock, eii? WOULD NEED A CART The Professor In the vtry ancient days they used to write letters on bricks. Tho letter Ctrrlor Gee! I'm glad I wasn't a letter carrier In those days. HIS GOOD REASON 'IS ' llro'.i:o:i - Old De Swell seems more proud of his horse than of his family. WooJson No wonder. Ti e horse has a pedigree. MEAN OF HER i v mmm i . iff IAV " I 7P pZ3T7n Jp ISC Wswf Ktd n --My suitor !b one t.l those llterory chaps. You should see the beau tiful letters be wrltea In which be Ulia bow much be lovea we. Natlca Ah I I aee; ! la a Joke wr(tr. FIRST HIGHSILK HAT It wan In January, 179...

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. — 14 June 1912

Ccp: County Ilerdc! Mrrs:d Publishing Co. CAKE GIRAf.D'iAU M'S50UR There lo no rrri-hrr or better tcpU 'tl.'flll '.IRSctlftll. The Knocker is slrr.ply reactionary in the field ef port. Thank pnndnpn, tho circus never threatened ut with a farewell (cur. TIi virekss Is fast being consid ered the greatest Invention of the Fortified by ainUc'Ics. swnt the first fly, and kill 9.327.6JS,r5,6U other files. One person who need not be told that tho baseball team Is In town la tha of-fi-.'o buy. The bleachers ro never 'willing to admit that a hostile, umpire was born free and equal. If any person thinks that free speech la restricted In UHa country let tiro go to a baseball fame. Also, It Is well not to forget that there la a certain amount of healthy exercise In swatting the Cy. The best barefoot dance of them all Is the one the youngster does on tha brink of the swlmmln' holo. A London court Is trying to decide what Is a "sardine." Even the small Csn get the'.r day In court. It appears to b...

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