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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 13 December 1912

Obook WIL1WR D.NCSDIT . . The PreBldent proclaimed It, that we ought to all jrlve thanke But I'm an unknown person on tlia ros ters of the bonks, And I've been sli'k, and worried, and a lot of things went wronir, And so I (jot to tlilnkln that my thanks could not bo strong. But then, who knows? It nilscht be that the bank that held my dough "Would have been one that buHtod so, you see, i nurniy Know. I look the wluilr your over, and I haven't Kalned In health. Nor shot to farm? and Klry, nor been cluttered up with wealth, But still I Ret to thlnkinx of the thin that miKht have been. And of the folks In trouble that so far I've not been In, And then, HllhoUKh 1'ia poorer tlnn a starving alley rat. I think that I am thankful. In a measure, Jimt for that. Why, I mlKht have a title fcc a count, perhaps, or earl And then bo rinlely parted from a million and tho ptrl; Or I mlKht tie a magnate, with uneounted money's mlRht And a thouAut usy Juries planning dally to Indict; Or I could be ou...

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. — 13 December 1912

Loon Vandivort was a Jackson visitor the first of this week. IUniel F. Ilarteis. water, ha;l l;u?inp5-j of White in Jackson w. c. I'Ui-irUr-S.-) TJ.1:iV. LaPierre in Capo transacted Girardeau ; Fred Kirs, Sr., celebrated his CniiXtdile J. It. Howard made j 75th birthday Sunday, by giving a business trip to Allcnville j a dinner to hh family and sevor Tuosd.iy. ja relatives and friends. Mr. Kics has twelve children, and Mrs. Gale Williamson, who i eleven were present to enjoy the las been very pick is much im- ' glad occasion, proved now. Schmuke left Tuesday for a few days hunting trip rear New Madrid, Mo. ' Mrs. Fletcher Whittakcr of Chaflee visited home folks in this city this week. Sam Wallace returned Saturday . from Illmo, and spent Sunday j with his family in this city. i N. F. Boyesen a salesman out of St. Louis, visited some of our j local business men Wednesday, j William F. Wallace and wife of Pocahontas spent Saturday and Sunday with friends in this city. The Ladies' Aid ...

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. — 20 December 1912

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Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 20 December 1912

Sam Lail is in week. St. Louis this C. A. Varidivort day in the Cape. spent T tes- Mr. Edwards, of in Jackson Tuesday. Oriole was Martin Ritter went to Thebes, 111., Sunday to v-isit friends. - James Carrier of Neelys Land ing was in the city last Satur day. "' The W. C. T. U. met with Mrs. John Eaton Thursday after noon. Col. W. L. very unwell, trouble. Mabrey is feeling lagrippe being the Mrs, Roy Stevenson of Nesv Wells, was in Jackson shopping Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Wallace of Fruitland were in town shop ping Tuesday. J. M. Thompson a prominent farmer of Pocahontas was in the city Wednesday. Attorney Marvin Walnut Ridge, r Ark., this city last week. Doyle visited of in Messrs. J. C. Davis and Guy Hansel of, Fruitland were Jack son visitors Wednesday. Al McGuire who has been in Iowa for several months is in Jackson to spend the winter. County Treasurer, Amon Drury, of Benton, transacted business in this city Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Haupt arrived in this citv Friday, fr...

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. — 20 December 1912

Cspc County Herald (Forir.ei'y the Jackunn Herald) Published every Friday by the HERALD I I III-iSMIM! COIUMXT. It. ('. Motion, Editor. Entered tis second clasH matter nt the post ofllre nt Cape Girardeau, Mo under the net of March 3. 1879. LOCAL AMD GHiERAL Tomorrow is Tag dav. J. A. Hickman, of Puxico, was in the city Wednesday on busi ness. John Dever, of Charleston was in the city last Thursday on business. A. S. Handmacher, the tailor, will (lye for you. Give him a trial. No. 30 Main street. Phone 875. Adv. 39-4t. Mrs. Floy Davis of this city, formerly of Fruitland, is in very bad health. She Is under the care of Dr. Effie Close, osteopath. Dr. Hunter of Sikeston and Dr. It. E. Cunningham of Cape Gir ardeau have been called on (he case. J. H. Miller of Millervillc. paid the Herald office a visit Tuesday. Mrs. IVrnhard Gockel. Sr., of this city was a Jackson visitor this week. The Steamer Cape Girardeau has gone to winter quarters at Paducoh, Ky. John II. Turner a prominent farm...

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. — 20 December 1912

my r '. 1 1 f .v. X X . - J) 1 fx. i X '(, 1 . MM if ' XII , iii I 1 " 'I l ..14 . L1' Jackson?, ilisseyEi sOHcr a Lane Array of SEE OUR FURNITURE DEPARTMENT. WE SAVE YOU MONEY. MEN'S SUITS The Best Suits you can buy for the CLOAKS--See oui Bargains in Cloaks for Ladies money. Quality first. Try us and you will save money, and Children. :-: :-: " :-: Bargains offered in every Department. You will always be satisfied with what you buy from SHOES If you have not been yetting shoes that lis, we are hero to see that you get satisfaction out of pleased you, try us. Our Gaining Shoe Business is a goods you buy from us. sure sign that our shoes give satisfaction. SMJEHIIiG a KERSTNER DJ1Y GOODS COMPANY. Last Minute S ingestion s FOR XHAS. GIF I S With only a few day left t , l i ui' 'I , n-l n i .i - I ii i i i u . r ul.mil as sii'Mi'ins a IV of tin many ;iii-!t ! (T.-ft i.-.il . ! : ' - ' ! I'm mil ;it Mir --! mv: STATIONERY A niiv lt.. !al i..n.-i v i- a . - -i p -;: .: to mother r M.-lc...

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 January 1913

IKE PEOPLE'S PAPER "ALt TUt RtWS fIT TO f HINT" n:zt, tics a ms, n tz Vol, XV Cape Girardeau, Missouri, Friday, January 3. 1913 no. i LOCAL MID GEKEBflL Principal K. 0. Wiley, of the! Charleston High school, veiled, in the Cape last week. j. Mi.ss Carrie Triekoy of near Fruit'and, died from typhoid fever last Saturday week. Attorney B. C. Hardesty and T. M. Williams transacted husi ness in Jackson Tuesday. Prin. C. A. Norvell is spend ing this week with his family at Cape Girardeau. Kenton lie cord. A. S. Handmacher, the tailor, will dye for you. Give him a trial. No. 30 Main street. Phone 875. Adv. 39-4t. Miss Ruth Rowe who is at tending the Normal spent the Holidays with her parents at Charleston. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Hough and their little son came over from the Cape to spend Christ mas with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Hough. Jackson Cash-Book. On account of our large run of job work, we are forced to limit our paper to four pages this week. For first-class work at reasonable...

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 January 1913

I.! - C AT X ti;IAROfi.AU tJ I & '. 0 'J J V::. CLDT-PAYiNC CAt .Annual roi!?r.h of Tribes, Custom oi Yert In British Columbia, la Hrlri. n event of trrnifoial ntrre.t to wt'jno MC adult Itifllans wps broiiKhl 1-1 a 5.n--i f,vi Us- r'B-.rrat!n lirra T t;fli r'nt;'r,? of h point hnnd.vils ol years old, followed hy a fall dresi i"..rrr fi wht.-h f.n,bt husky lafls piny , d the prominent part j For K"r,; three weeks past tho ti Uvt havo born gatijciing hero. In ,?Uns from Capo Mudg, Comoa, V!o tor! a, Cowlchnn, Kok-sl iah, Qnam ban, Clam-clem e-lato, Musquim, K 7er D'lanfl end Pun:nn, with tlve N jx.-iimos have had the privilege ol .n'ra'ghtcnlng up matters and paying dMs of twenty years' ptandlng Al wetl s those of more recent dato. i A the old people can neither read nor write tbty ir.urt rrforc bv witnesses to their business tnuieao tions. While the Chinook word for "pot. .latching" means Riving, It also car ries the moaning of taking. While In come few cases "cultua potlatehes,...

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. — 3 January 1913

At. tzrl t it r i-- J ha LaaauaJ ECONOMICAL TO RAISE COWS Found Mora Profitable and Preferable Than Buying Give Milk Testing High In Butterfat. (liy U JlOItSlC.) I bare four.d It More profitable n:il preforntilo to ralno my conn rathnr ttinn buy thorn. A years aso while living In I'pnnBylvanIa, I had some e perk-rue along both lines. In two lrmtuncfs, circumstances necessitated my buying cows to replenish 'a dulry herd. Iu all I bought nine cowa, and nt the tlino thought I was buying very carefully. Out of tho nlnn, only two proved to be In any wlno uVnlrablo, tho remain der being from ordinary to poor, and not profitable enough to keep In the herd, the ruoct of them being disposed ,TT Handy Cow Stanchion. ' cf at a discount from the purchase price. In the meantime I had grow ing up six heifers from tho best cowa la a large dairy herd of grade Jerseys, and out of a thoroughbred Jersey bull. These were bred to another registered Jersey bull of good Individual merit and approved pedig...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 3 January 1913

I'l.V.'Iit .1 cvrrjr Ft Hoy by the r ::r.itt i i sr;jrjtxr. J.', 0. ilevi, r J! :r r. ?"rfroJ hu B"f(a cl'it tflfiUr- at t r'-Ht c.Tico fit Cj C!rar4ai, Mo. V ' th ut of IT-irt:h S. m. (. I.!r. and Mrs. Sherman Haupt returned to their home in this city, Monday. Kiss Louise Helmkampf who is teaching music at Oran, spent Chri::lnL3 at hone. Miss Bessie Limbauh of Cape Girardeau is visiting with home folks in thi3 city, this week. Attorney Marvin Doyle of Walnut Ilidge. Ark., spent the holidays with friends in and near Jackson. Miss Mary Howard who ia at tending Randolph Macom Col lege in Virginia, sDent the holi days at home. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Scheer of Fredericktown visited his moth er, Mrs. Scheer, in this city, during the holidays. Mr. and Mr3. Roscoe Welteeke returned to their home in Sikes ton Sunday, after visiting in this city several days. Miss Mary LaPierre left Sun day for PortagevjISe, where she is teaching school. She spent the holidays in this city. Mrs. Reneau and daugh...

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. — 10 January 1913

n .rwil School it- i i ; " 1 I i ... lU.,- - - - $ ' J, Q f HE PECPU'S MX TV. Nf.VS TV AT'!) M i I ."?'!.'' i s;: :;.:;:??! 3 paice, si.ca a yeas, n cva?jci No72" Vol. XV Capo Girardoau, Missouri, Friday, Jntvi'-jy in, LfiPfll rpfirnni j 'Miss Tillie Campbell gave- a j Circuit Cc-jrrt lYoar-f'iq;:;. ! ? rl,nt. ?o: r' -; 0 j.;.,..,,, r ltal Ui,U.thk jhca.t party Saturday afternoon I t,1(;,v r,,s. ,i,:!1.nrv i- ' liJf.ilvcrry An J $:,-,, js,.,jr I comolimentarv to tin? Mirror: . , i.-ue Leon Vandivort went out to Cheatham anJ Wnltlicr. vho V,.,., IV7 ,. ,,... , v-. r,,lt j jy,., ... AX- . Jackson Thursday. (have just returned from CapjW:i, ' t T.f t.i, -o.ek by ! i r,r,: V;.,n, A..,: uiiuvu, '. iv iiorr.i .umr' !':.!': nnn r.;5 .cu--tiei-nrier i tending the Normal to spend the : The ferry boat Gladys has prone into winter quarters. F. F. Braun went to. Jackson Tuesday on business. holidays. Jefferson County publican. T , Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Cleve Champion, Tuesday, January 7, 1913, ...

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 January 1913

1 r Whenever You Y s '(. ' t I t 8YN0."!S. f tha la Mti .i, known hs t!' i.r t lo t' ao'l'l. e'fl !' Ulorv find that of the ownrra. the V u;r.(aJ-,i, Jn ti.a alibi1.'! of ci.-ueUm by 'itniiiMn C c h a a holnewa mn, a grlrtrrier limnvtl 6 lii'i'U-l, and tlob 4 ni. ft fwrtniT, when Hannibal Wayi I i .-., tnyateripua rhlio) of the old -Muhern family, makea hl appearan-B. r bow lm tii,,,i Ly. N- V'1 J-crrla bir' tim Unrony. but t'ia Cuint.Hrn Jcnv fliuy dm)M'lf(1e ff tlia V iy. Yaiity to Ueev I(nnr:iii'il. Cnptnln 31 unr)!, k frlnd of the uilntarla, P ix"ar ami R'ti queatlons almut tha 1'ar iny, Tru :A4t at Si-f tti-h Hill, when Hftn-Cii-iiJ Im kllniip( hy L'hv It'.ouiit, C'ai ffiln MiirioH'a nRent. Vnniy tivprtakra J'lount, Klvs litm thrnnliliiR and Bociiira 4y. Yuncy pjuwrj-m before 8'tli'ra lI(tnrt. an t t 'I1"' I'Hti'-d with rrtwlH fnr fhe jf.USit.lt. Kfttr Malroy, a friemt of tha 'riih''H, hn an ertctir.tpr will. Cap tain. Wtirrrll. who forcea hta allonll'tRB on i ar, and t refcvid...

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. — 10 January 1913

IHVTTii ' W W JL t ' '.. .0-. .! HI " v A imm Mi Hi -amrP k. iMVEixrnoi STOPPER FCH WATER DOTTLE fllno Attached to Bottom Prevents It From Being Lost No Obstacle to filling Bag. Water bottle stopper, iiko collar buttons, have a mania for getting lost, iind without a stopper the hot Mo Is about an much use as it would b without water. It took the com blned Intellects of a New York man xnd a New JerBcy nmn to Invent eome hiiiK that would keep the stopper where 4t belonged and the result Is hown ber. Attached to the bottom of the stopper by a chain several Inches long Is a ring that la just too long to pass through the neck of the Water Bottle Stopper. bottle. How the ring got there 1b an ether chapter, unless it may be as sumed that the bottle was built around Jt. The chain is long enough to per mit the stopper being, taken entirely out of the neck of the flask and of course the ring presents no obstacle either to the tilling or emptying of the receptacle. This may be a little thing, ...

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 January 1913

a. n flfiM.!i1) ;?;r?u.r rrmr l:. (.'. iioi.'dfi, r,:!;tor. rsilrc-.l w eoivtut class mutter at poet & ft Ope r,irarJwu, Mo. rr"r (! net ,-f March 3, 1S79. ' a i&fa. rea -sun"' f s is. Gale ViiH.-maon left Thursday for Memphis. Term., n a busi ness trip. Mrs. Henry Taylor is reported belter after a serious illness of sevcra days. Fred Burford of St. Louis ar rived Sunday to spend a few days in this city. Mr. find M?s. J. B. Barks entertained Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wallaee at dinner Sunday. - Gussie Seimers left Sunday to resumo his studies at a school of Pharmacy in St. Louis, Mo. Albert Kerstner left Sunday for Fort Wayne, Ind., where he is attending a Lutheran college. Rev. C. Burton returned home Saturday from Nashville, Tenn., where he had been for several days. Adolph Paarleft Friday for Rolla, Mo., where he is attend ing the school of mines at that place. Moss Wallace who spent the holidays with relatives at ML Vernon. 111., returned home Sunday. J. C. Wallace who 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 January 1913

jtkt UortnlE'jliool Jul th 11 J !U) "n ! t 4 7) 1 3 M L Jr1 li -WV... i see: J 1 O ..,. ... ,.. .J Ik f ki rccnrt pma "Alt T8t Kl'TS irT'4 HT TO PKM T" Vol. XV Capo Girardeau, Missouri. Friday, January 17, 1913 no. a (i Yj VV. II. Stubblrfield of this city transacted business in Jackson Tuosdav. A. S. Handmacher, the tailor, will dye for you. Give him a trial. No. 30 Main street. Phone 875. Adv. S0-4t. Attorneys R. B. Oliver, Jr., Stewart, Ed Drum, Alexander. Caruthers, attended Circuit Court this week. The Circuit Court finished the Criminal docket Tuesday, sever al civil cases are still to be tried. Court will continue the most of this week. Capt. T. T. FrissoM has been in the city the past two or three weeks visiting relatives and friends. He leaves Monday for Ft. Logan, Colorado, to resume his duties. The Bell Telephone managers have been working many extra men since the weather opened up, so they could set poles and straighten wires, having all the local phones 0. K. and some c...

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 January 1913

Loss of Power srlnhni Dlooo. K Da Plereo'a 1 CoHa He-'"! Biscwtrr 1 tsSS3 WILtWR D.NESD1T K a "" morulon &n- '""y ,T," sua strong"!. can M,;'lu,rt.. tcdAttl 1 - i in! t .r ( SYNCP&I3. Trie i"n 4.t th openlne cf tli" strvry Is flfi (. aiOriuy of imi obi ivoro-oot wtMiUirrn iiHfvtauin, known ss tbtf Il'ir mt. Tb ,daoo ta to bo wold, and Ms Mtory nmt Unit of the owner. l' c-dnsrds, la toa subject of discussion by Jonathan Crenshaw, a huNtness man, craKcr known as tlladen, and Hob Micy, ft' farmer, when Hannibal Wayno Jimmril, a mysterious child of the old )utrrn famdy, makes bis a ppcHram-e. Yinii' tebs iiow he adope, the boy. Na tnani'ol" -Ferris buys the Huronv. hut the Womlards deny unv knowledge of die I .v. Ysncy lo keep Hannibal. nptaln JkUirT"H. iV frli-tul of tlie juintni. r pesra nid mhkn iir I icn nt.'out the lir ony. Trouble st Boratch Hill, whi-n Han nibal ti trilnnpt'd by iMve Blount. CP tln ftlurivU'a RRent. innry ovcrtalirs I.l-iun:. lilypn' blm a thrnvlilriK and...

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 January 1913

MAKING FOR HEALTH SYSTEMATIC DAILY EXERCISE A NECESSITY OF LIFE. Fyture Health of Children Depend Largely Upon fie First Year of Their Upbuilding Fresh Air the Vital Point. H 1b rcnlly pathetic to see young girls and women who for the want of ft llttlo systematic dally exercise are thin, pallid and weakly. Many -women are really not. what they ninae them selves believe they am. At the slight est exertion they say they are fatigued all fagged out, unablo to do anything elso for the reft of the day. This feeling la really Juet a habit that they have acquired and should get rid of aa noon aa pormlble. If you want to live long and bo healthy get the no tion out of your head that every llt tlo thing tires you all out, and that It Is Impossible to do more than a few regular, necesuary little duties every da. Unless a woman Is bodily 111 or crip pled there la no reason why she can not send the blood bounding through all her veins In such a manner aa to stamp the glow of health upon her en ...

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 January 1913

..,1,1 A t- , y t. 1 1 v n, i tlf .(:( i urinVr l"c ". l.t t."i Kl t V... (Ti ::. In; A tariff for revenue produce loss revenue liltlo protection. . o Well, the, Democrats have the Sute KK.iiii and for a white may h!o ao thoy p!oa?o with it. May their rult? bo righteous and of brief duration. Party bosses are harmless even helpful party leaders when honest and clean; but a corrupt, selfish party boss is always dan gerous and hurtful. o- It is said that President-elect Wilson has not yet found a piece of Democratic timber in Missouri that can be satisfactorily shaved dawn and fitted into the cabinet he is constructing. Perhaps the Missouri timber is all to hard to lo shaped or too soft to stand a hard, strain. No matter what party puts a man in public office if he renders honest, faithful public service he will be rewarded by the peo ple. That's what the people de mand now, along with honest and clean -party! politics. It is folly for any man to attempt to ignore or evade' this deman...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 17 January 1913

""1 a 1 1 ' r., Afflicted With Piles, Fislu la or any Di.sr:ar,e cS: the Re turn, Can You Alford lo on SuUcrin.'l. Sacrificinff health anil comfort. business find your every-day lut- les wnen i oner t.ucn suosiantiai evidence that I can euro you as I do in this and t ho ;nany 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. Louis have been afflicted all the way from one to nearly forty years. Those who hadsuf- rnw rhnt. ihrv rlirl not lrnnw r,f my treatment years before. Many who come to me before 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, Eissure or any rectal trou bles by so-called "File 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...

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. — 17 January 1913

MrfJ riibllnhln-ii Cti. riillsdelpMa 1 offering a bounty ob PU to get the fin off thsvn. A licit 1't-h p;orxMllon. Klur;tl!y the tiRphrUl fan f.iiS St : restored Venus of Mllo a southpaw viUi good curves. The price of rteel hoops has been wdvanred $2 a ton, tut cot becaum lioopttktrts fir -ntnw in. A Juiunwua health cfficl-il trty th etily place to k'sa a woman I on hei tbotograph. Not oa your tlntypel A msn recently found $,000 la an eld mat trout he urns going to burn up, 'robably some one left It to the hair, r the auto mlik cart. Then we'll jirobtbly find gasoline la the bottJea. A New York suffragette ssys: "I'm thirty-eight, and I don't care a whoon for the men!" Probably lt'a mutual A New York votrn of e'sMy U tartlng to learn a trade, A person Is never too old to learn, even In New fork. "Ib heat a substance?" auks the Lit rary Digest; and any householder can toll the magazine that beat la an z gense. Less than 1.000.000 New York chil dren took advantage of the public baths ...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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