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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 29 November 1912

r; 4 11 lu)IjQ GRESS of the WHAT "DOWNS" MAW Flcfusal to Get Acquainted With the Inevitable Temptations of Life. EXCUSES ALL TOO SHALLOW tm!l or Great, It It One's Vices That Have the Determining Ef. feet on the Life and Ca reer of the Individ ual. The man who refutes to got ac quainted with his temptations refuses to consider them, is like cue who re fuses to get acquainted with the con ditions of his business. If he thus refuses and lets everything go on In hit or ruins way, we know what hap pens. Ills experience has given hint just as definite records of the results of certain behavior as though they bad been put down in black and white on a ledger, yet he lefuses to look at these records. He likes his follies too much. lie gives excuses that show he Is very much like the small girl whose mother had told her to say, 'Get thee behind me, Satan!" When ehe was In trouble later her mother reminded her of this Injunction, and eho replied, "I did te)l hinl to, but he got behind mo and ...

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. — 29 November 1912

JIT. t t- "VO (t C r-t. cf V. -:t -.; ii 3. Y a t ? ri-xl C r . r-J A-.rmlly of :v.;ri wid te cor.r:ed of so y IX ",-KT,i..3 ar.d few Re- s it v.-::! io iop-sjd?i I' - a E ,t T-.r. can : of una re :.i at ths r.c-a t . :.i sr. Lcrd." i J- t An extra $ esc Ion cf congress to t:ntr v u.i u.e ti 13 3 certain 85 the coming cf the birth- in the Spring and President-elect Wilson Tvill have to cs'l it. . Everytime the niiscTable Turk get3 in a tight place' and can't face a conquering gran he squeals. When he can flourish his bloody knife over the corpse cf a Chris tian man, wen-.an cr child he ie leata. The fanatical -Lutcher should he entirely abol ished. After March 4. 1913 the Senate and House cf the National Con gress will be dominated by Dem 5C?ats. The President will be a Democrat. Everything not per manently nailed down will be Democratic. Ard all because a former Republican president set cut to destroy the party that twice elected him. The CLtistrous Goose And Other Dishes. During c...

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. — 29 November 1912

EEAUTY CCvIFLEXION Has Crca'cJ A Furore Am.i Oit CHICAGO FAill SEX' Deputy Set-Ken FiEunaisdl vvi'H "Princes Zsrbe ibc Mrwest rce Powder. Everywhere you look, walk or turn, you hear women talking: 'Trinces.s Zarine." The Chica go fair sex have certainly rushed fcluut &nd &trufc';!c-i to rccurc the latest complexion called "Princess Zarine" face powder. Judprinjr from their desperate euoits in the big department fctorea and drug Btores, that "Princess Zarine" is quickly gobbled up by the mad rush of women, and impossible to supply the enormous demand. The new est, irresistible, brilliant com plexion' face powder, haa eud denly made a tremendous Etir among the women. A large shipment of "Princess Zarine" reached Lhicajro. nd it waa quickly gobbled up again in a few hours. Many disappointed women failing to- fet, left their names with cash for the next shipment of ' 'Princess , Zarine" expected in a few days,' "Every thing gone" "Princess Zarine" i3 all sold out; "Will have mor...

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. — 29 November 1912

BACKACHE AUD ACIIIUG JOIIITS Together Tell of BnH KMneyi QllQDM W t ! T3 n F I. NH SWT (I ' ; M i" v ! i V A-"""' ' ?(uch pain that Tuaslib a rlien mat Ism in tlti-s to weak kidneys to their failure to drive off urlo ac'.d thoroughly. When you suf fer achy, bad Joints, back sr.ho, too; with a o in o kidney disorders, got Jioan'n Kidney Pills, which h a v cured thousands. 7f rt .Stiri-f" i i ff m wU. i- T, ';''' A ' -V'1'") Kly VVUOMATf Kester. I l.'t 5 IIFIKO Wk M ft rr4 ' ''v. lH.''::.4 ir kTJC'3 SYNOPSIS. The scene p.t the ot-enloir of the story In Inl.l In (lie. llhnirv of on old worn-out southern plantation, Unwn as tle liar onv. 1 he pines Is to be sold, and It" Mioory and that of the owners, the Villi. laid. I tie subject of discussion by Cr-nhaw, a business man. a 'rnncer known on Bladen, and I'-ob Vnn. v. i finar. when lbinulh-Al Wayne Hinrun!. a invslerloux child of tne old m.thern f-touly, j.ikI-"h Mm ar-P'.'-trati'-a Vnnry (ells hr,w bn adopted tho boy. Na thaniel herns h...

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. — 29 November 1912

CIVIL WAR FIFTY YEARS AGO THIS WEEK November 11, 1802. A body of Confederate irregulars that bad attacked a cou pnny of tho li-.ir.tsvi'.le Homo Guards, near Hunts tllln, Tenn., the day before, without ! success, crossed the Cumberland mountains and made their way to j Jackaboro, Tenn. s A report that the Confederate were i j In Mercorsburg and moving toward ! Chambersburg created intense excite- i mont In the place dur'ng tba day. ; General Morgan's Confederate force met one ot its infrequent reverses ; i near Lebanon. Tenn., when It fell In t j with a party of National cavalry. The I tiortbenv papers reported seven of ' Morgan's men killed and 125 captured. ; The Union lino at Nowbern, N. C, wa heavily indented by a Confederate attack which opened with shell and J ' canister. There was a great buBtle I of preparation In the town to repel f -, further attaek, but the Confederates wero not In sufllcient force to attempt It or retain tho advantage alreudy i gained. ; The Btipretno co...

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. — 29 November 1912

, . H(lt( : 11. ?. V.: ilv, t 1 ) tiu .ity. ill at n .1 o f . 'an, nl.'i v. n v Coinbk-uo.-day. Jan s II. Howard r-a in Allenville Jack ilol few d.Y! i'man left Tuesday for vbit with rdaljves Rev. Chark'S Randolph preach ed at the Baptist churc h Wednes day evening. County Treasurer Putz visited in Parma, New Madrid County, the first of this week. The County Republican Central committee held a meeting Satur day in the court house. Mrs. . M. M. Sibley Monday from a weeks St. Louis and Bismark. returned visit in Miss Emma Hall the trimmer for Mrs. Woods' milliner store left Tuesday for her home. Mrs. Glenn Vandivort and little daughter, Margart.Vare visiting relatives in this city. Mrs. John Davfeherty enter tained her nieces. Misses Bertie andlte'tta Rupple , Thanksgiving. Andrew Caldwell returned Monday from a few days visit with friends in Fredericktown. Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Behren's, Mr. and Mrs. S. M. McAtee and Miss Fox motored to Benton Sun day. Mrs. W. A. Huckstep of St. Louis, ...

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. — 6 December 1912

J ) rn t - jr-l 'i I i i I it v..vn'i!;.-,.-,i ,nl 2?, )i 1 f ) r n -- -- it n;! I! ! i i ! ,"'4 5 f HE PEOPLE'S PAPER "ALL THE HCtti THAT'S TIT TO PRINT" Vol. XIV Capo Girardeau, Missouri, Friday, Doc. 6, 1912 No. 48 Contractor Loffe! has a new steam rollor. Herman Cock had business in Chaffee Monday. Joe Wolters of Jackson was in the city last Sunday. Judge W. B. Schaefer of Jack son was in the city Sunday, Judge John A. Snider of this city was a Jackson visitor Sat urday, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Eekhardt returned to their home in Chicago last Saturday. Miss Eva Tender of Fruitland visited with relatives in this city this week. ' D. A. Glenn, the Main street merchant, had business in St. Loui3 this week. L. J. Pott returned to Tascola Monday. He spent Sunday here with his family. Mrs. Frank Kuntz and son departed for St Louis Monday fcr a visit of a few days. All work called for and de livered at Handmacher's tailor shop. Phone 875. Adv. 39-4t. Mrs. Sam Wallace and children of Jackson...

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. — 6 December 1912

i 4 H-.r,-.' ' Co. cv"fc t,T.Af,:.;.Au . ,-.iiaOv- !:or:a crixtss with uc::3' (viory of intf-epli Hurter Who Fifd fer Mir. Contempt of the 8eat With Hi LKe. Wfcsia the author of "Th JonrnM of JR Sport! nip N'.mts-.I" wa la Africa lis Mi;fn;!!-d the rur-gwe river to Helra ttni (priKHSKj a profi agonal hunter Tmmiul Kcrring to t(k h'.rn out on. Slivrt trip S'l tia immediate vh-lrilty, 'for at that time biiffn.Io. hartereest, i'iOSO. !',!. ?ri and bnshbuck, CU'jld fc isb'a'ncd by going out from the htwl .od returning tha tame evening, XJona, ecpecliuly. were plpntlful. roar i"K continually all around tha camp: ""Thct Bight the lions reared inoes bf.ant'y quite close to camp; one cf them must have been, within fifty praxdi of . I took the precaution to Bead my .6 77. v.Moh seemed to Rrr.use TTot'.p'r.n. 'ttta told rr.o he nerT ldM ttle old Martini. At night, ha said, if lion came for us It would be tol late to shoot 1 differed from htm. for I did not see the use of ' groping round In th...

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. — 6 December 1912

Lr;GE eucsklsg n !,.U I 1 O 13 Import and Export of 'Unei'poiii" and Complctrd Films Interna tional Exhibition Planm-d. rr ""S n 'i AND t rr? i Jo VirtiTcl -ti. Jul V-7 Novel Ceiling Decoration 'A V ;L '.IT: V'i- I Persons who have been privileged to enter Gordon castle, the Scottish eat of tha duke of Richmond and Gordon at Lochabers, Banffshire, are always enthusiastic over the remarkable ceiling here illustrated. It Is In the ao called "bachelor quarter," and la rather barbarlcally decorated with numer ous stag heads, the trophlea of innumerable hunts, artistically arranged. HANDCUFFED DEER ESCAPES A big buck. deer startled 5.000 per Bona homeward bound from church In Vancouver, upset a man and horse and escaped after being handcuffed. The deer was first seen standing In a vacant lot. Hoyd Lauder, a sixteen-year-old boy, went to look at It and was thrown to the ground. The buck then attacked and overthrew a horse tied In tho lot and returned to tram ple the Lauder boy, when Polic...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 6 December 1912

u ' 11 :ut in n ::P u r.wr, r;. c. nr i:jrr r. Ktiten-.d hs ecrmd !fh nHr t t,f( ji.ft oi'.lc rt "a; t Girardeau, Mo under tUo ct of 't (rt h .1, !$?' Th:rc'R a rnpiflsiy tint shapes our em: if ve monkey with the I -I -7" ,c v,. Mimiri will sro hack to I'our-U-.r.iorii January 1. liK5. An unlucky d;.ty and it may bo an unlucky j car. A propped constitutional arr.er.di.itut may over so mfTiii.'vicu.s ut if it gets cn a I allot with one or more Va.l pro Kitions it euiTtrs like a do t'UU I'uInlKUi.V. fanners io r.ot enthuse over any plan to decrease the cost of living that may lower the price of meat, grains, ej:j.'s, butter and poultry. And lucre's a rea son. . o Already tliere is talk of a Democratic Senate rejecting the recess appointments of President Taft. Just give the Democrats rope enough. They'll find a gal lows. In the legislature this winter one lone Roosevelt Progressive will represent the alleged strength of the new political party. He will be mighty lone some. President T...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 6 December 1912

r -x r ; r i 1 (I 1 n fc-j l. 4 ,-,..,.. .i .J I! Afilicted With Piles, Fistula or any Disease of the Rec tum, Can You AJEord to go on Suffering. Sacrificing health and comfort, business and your every -day dut ies when I offer such substantial evidence that I can 'cure you as I do in 1 his mid the many adver tisements I publish from time to time? Every one of the hundreds and hundreds I have cured during my twenty-four years' experience in the treatment of rectal diseases in St. Lojis have been afflicted all the way from one to nearly forty years. Those who had suf fered many years expressed sor row that they did not know of my treatment years before. Many who come to me before they suffeer long come through the influence of former patients, who had laarned by years of ex perience that there is no use trying to be cured of Piles, Fis tula, Eissure or any rectal trou bles by so-called "Pile Cures." or by physicians who have not had the experience that a spec ialist, has in treating ...

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. — 6 December 1912

f " V" """J ; 1 .-Mil Y i f i f , i t ? s- vr QlMiCfirnnT jUliktf .JiliUuL jLjLv-'vj, i (Py K. O. SKM.FHH, Director of Kre-i nloir 1 upartioe.-.t Tho M"ody HI bin In-j Htltuie of thlofttto.) LESSON FOR DECEMBER 0 THE CHILD IN THE ivtiDST. 7,Jr. ,Vi -vV s j - V' a v'Jl , irmmti TT1T TTTf i v fir .1 II t, ill Ir 1 -iV -. :, ' V t t .: : .' i i, - - n -y -!. y V ,. .4.' ( M ' j ! i : i j H SYNOPSIS. The -n o th (fenli'K of h atory Is EhM Jii the i!trrrv of an ohl woco-out d' iiih-M plinlMlIim, known, ri, th- B.T fcnr. '1 ho rlM.-e In tit i ohl,. and It t !wtrv xtir) t!-nt ot' th o ntTH, tho .M':itfr.N, I- the pih.-,e;:t. of (!.'- usMlon l)V J )i'.-uhfi:i ('Ti'i;l:aw, a hn'nen: riidrt, h r,r:t:rr ;vn Ml ti.i'1-n. Olid poh ----v- e fwvrTMT. vheu rinnnlnoi Wayne Jinrird, a m 'er1ou chili! ot to oU Hiihi rn ffi!!iii v. make tils appearance. V uni'V '!! how tip adopted the boy: N-Ih-ii !cl Ki-rH to:vs no H.ironv. lull the 4 int;ir-iN o-nv Hiiy knowledge of tho t iv. Yuncy to keep Xanrillini...

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. — 6 December 1912

VIBRATION FOR SAVING BUDS Trembling Motion la Imparted to All Limbs of Tree, Starting Sap and Affording Protection. A recent Invention relates to a new eyBtem. of motor operated tree libra Hon for Having buds and blossoms from front. Tha now system alms to create la fruit trees a rr.oveniSEt cf the Bap to tho buds and blossoms that tends to vitalize them enough to re sist tho attacking blight of front. This movement of tha gap might be called a capillary action, and can be lik ened to the gentle exercising action of an electric vlbrntor Instrument on the human system, which stimulates the flowing action of blood through the veins, especially at the point where the vibrator Is applied. The system for Imparting this Vi bratory action to buds and blossoms has been worked out and patented by 1 - 0 1 S v . -I LFJ.F f.'GLD OP M'JC.I VALUE Nothing Bettor Suited for Improving Flower Beds or Adding to All Kinds of Soils. (By W. K. OTT.PKRT.) This term In applied tcs leaves when they are so t...

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. — 6 December 1912

. I k ..." t y; ait v. ui II, )!). 1 1 To ok was a Jack visitor fat'.irday. La in ti- -r of ,-f c Louis was city 1: urday. I'antx Fyrd of St. visit- T.Iosa Wallace returned Sum evening from Poplar P.luiT. ay Attorney II. E. Alexander had I in ess in Jacksor Tin lay. Robert Reid left Monday for a -business trip in the lower coun ties. A. Jaeger moved into the Snider property on High street last week. Judge 0. S. Reid of Oak Ridge had business in the city Monday i of thi3 week. A. R. Eyrd, Sr., visited in this city last vveek, leaving for St. Louis Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hartle of rear Millersville visited in Jack son the last ot the week. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Fetcrman returned Tuesday from a visit with friends in St. Louis. rr , , , Mrs. Glenn andivort who had been visiting here for several days, returned to her home in Caruthersville. E. W. Flentge, George II. j Meyer and quite a number of others from the Cape were m Jackson Saturday. , i Prof. Clark Reid of Sikeston j spent the we...

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. — 13 December 1912

Unt N'in:ti ri-!",! Jul li r- - r- r'i t "1 -'I 1 u (I V; u i Y'V t 1 4 i 1 c 1HE rC?lET PAPER "ALL THE HEWS THAT'S FIT TO fK!NT" S'JUSSRIPTICJI PRICE, S1.G3 A YEAS, M ACVAtiCS . . "49 Vol. XIV Cape Girardeau, Missouri. Friday, Dec. 13. 1912 LOCAL ACID GEHERM. Tony Frederick weeks end with his Jackson. ppent the parents in Mr. and Mrs. C. A. .Vandivort of Jackson were Cape Girardeau visitors Tuesday. The offices of sheriff and prose cuting attorney will be contested in Pemiscot county. M. W. Bowman left Tuesday morning for St. Louis accom panied by his son, Arthur. Robert Lamprich who has been j in St. Louis at the Frisco hos pital returned home Wednesday. The directors of the fair asso ciation held a meeting Tuesday to close up the business of this year. Mrs. Maude Wheeler, of North Lorimier, left Tuesday for Den ver, Col., where she will visit relatives. A. S. Handmacher, the tailor, will dye for you. Give him a trial. No. 30 Main street. Phone 875. Adv. 3D-4t. Harry Wagner, night...

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. — 13 December 1912

Hti,-i Pubi'-nMns Co. CAPE tiiRAKOE.AU - MfJiSOUfcl U n it i: l-r ni-i In t -t l New r t i .1 ni I'.'-1, i hi. i. ft r. i-'inT r. i'vit f'i ox victory, v ' v i ('. irr., sir !ut dftniss iid. 't bat i (.-; t-(I Venus of Milo proves to () a :i!thpiiw with geod curve. 7hry ay t,o row ten dollar bill U a otli of r!, but It con't be at that prlre , A baby was burn In New York on the elevated. Starting life pretty Nth. A London swindler Bold diid yn-is for liver pillo. Probably Just as !fective. "Womrn's drevseg are to become tlsfctex." Roller akatea next and ft bo7 behind to push. London Is shocked over the way the PrlUeb. nation is taking to gum chew ing. Hut they stick to It MedlcAl science Is constantly discov ering hundreds of now reasons why people should call la the doctor. Before ordering your split pea soup yon should patriotically Inquire If the p ai split In Germany or America. A London specialist says that mcd ra dress la killing women. Yet most "women desire their gowns to be...

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. — 13 December 1912

ImWIONAL r;0T afraid of Tin;; HOUSE iffWfSOIOOL Li REVIEW f PROCREC3 THAT 13 HEINO MADE ALONG ALL LINES tf ENDEAVOR (By B. O. KKM.ER. tt rector of BV nlnif Ijipurltnpiit Z'-Z Sioody IMtilo In stitute of Chicago.) NO' WITH TACT WORKIr.G BOTH WAYS LESSON FOR DECEMBER 15 I mm. Worker's Thoughtlessness That Lost Good Money for Man Who Employed Him. ALSO MEANT LOSS OF JOS Just Little Careful Consideration Would Have Saved the Situation, and Satisfied Both the Res taurant Proprietor and the Customer. "Jerry," said tho restaurant keeper to his counter man, "coins over to the cigar counter a moment, t want to give you a little talking to." Tho counter man obeyed hla em ployer's command and went to where that Individual stood, toy-Ins; with a cigar slot machine, the i)uriK8e of which was to give a cigar with every play and sometimes more. . "What Is It?" tho counter man ask ed. Tho restaurant keeper bUII held his hand on the slot machine. "See this?" the employer asked. "Did you realize last...

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. — 13 December 1912

w rt. . ft.. . 4 0t ' y ti J i km r-jbl nh..:! rvny KrMajr ).r (ho KTiUU ITKMMIIKi': COTi!'!. TI. C. llovon, IV.:iwr. i'rttereii iiR set -on it rhiftg i;it(r m la nM.t cilice nt Cape O'rimWu, Met Ci-.ii. t the t f It art h 3. 1ST!). Won: 'xti f-uItcrajTO will le the r.-nt ti? i.-we in Missouri poli tUca '.vili t!ifi Pcinocratic party sM-.,'y f c;.A!Hf;t it. f ranch b-.'ment will vi the Demo cratic plan for preventing the return of Missouri to Republican rule. O If the Democrats cannot do all they have promised, now that they have the executive arid 1r-ie!".t ivo rtViT-.'trtrr.pntij rf thfl government in their hand3 and control two-thirda of tha States, the people will send them back -to the rear seats and put Repub licans at the front aain. The more one studies election figures the more it becomes ap parent that a lanre majority of the voters refused or failed to support the Democratic party -with their ballots. Had all of the Anti-Democratic voter3 been counted for the nominees of ...

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. — 13 December 1912

t r i 4 i i i i 1 1 t. ...J Ik' ! H H Afflicted With Tiles, Fistuh or any Disease of the Rec turn, Can You Afford to go on buttering. Sacrificing health and comfort, business and your every-day dut- ica i when I otter such substantial eviaence mat l can cure you as I u.A i.ik a a..-: twenty-four years' experience in the treatment of rectal diseases in St. Louis have been afflicted all the way from one to nearly forty years. Those who hadsuf- fered rnanv vears exnressod nor. row that they did not know of mif tr-nntmnnf i.r.nrn .Y-.,-tnn 1. 1 j vitauiiuiit Ji" uexuic. Many wl Vlrt rntvin tn ma Uafnva they suffer long come through the influence of former patients, who had learned by years of ex perience that there is no use trying to be cured of Piles, Fis tula, Fissure or any rectal trou bles by so-called "Pile Cures," or by physicians who have not had the experience that a spec ialist has in treating these dis eases. COMMON SENSE TEACHES That a man can and does become more proficient...

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. — 13 December 1912

r t ! J n ! ' U i: it. ) n 1 ? i 113 mm am sV -:r wt; vw For lufiTit. nrl CfciWrot. ! ! i C 1 ! ' , a p j : Tho Kind Yen lluvo Always Bought "s. ; 1 '.' . n 1 1! ti'T 1 1 i -lCOwei -3 Pr.R CENT AVfclablc Prr p ara;ion for As similMing (to Food wvlReut,v ti"2 Hie Stomaths and Lwels of Bears tho w. ) j i J l ; -Jlj i ... , L:". 1 ff J5 IS 13 vw.OPSI s. Ths 'n at the. eppnlTie of te story la Sid In the library of em old. worn-nut "iUi"rn plantation, known Uiw liar . "J ! fln. p la t'.i bv !(!. and II t-.n'-rv fin.f that of th'- ownor-. tr w tjiilnturdi, 1 thn subject, of. ri'M-nsHlon ty k-'iHihan CitMialiavt-, a. UuflUicyw' mn, a. fnntxMr knr b Hlnifn. anil Floh t six-.v, a f.u.wr, when Hiuinlba Wayie (lav.nid. n rnvHicrlmi rhlM' of; thn. oHi riutf'rrn family, make hi arr"ran. anrjr fV.n luiw h a-lopfo f the boy. N lnnit.el ims buys tnt (.ni-.u-.y. but tl.ri ir.ilntard tVny nrv nnflc'ol of. th y. Yanry to fcerp liu.nnlbl Captain urrll, it friend of thn (.juln tarurf, ap pears nnd a-iks...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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