Search America's historic newspaper pages from 1836-1922 or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present. Chronicling America is sponsored jointly by the
National Endowment for the Humanities and the Library of Congress. external link Learn more
Image provided by: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Library, Urbana, IL
Newspaper Page Text
Blanco stepped toward Nero and
cut him savagely across the loins.
The cat leaped from his pedestal and
crouched, snarling, in a corner.
Blanco stepped back toward the half
open door. He took his eyes from
Nero. He knew that he could reach
the door and close it on his wife be
fore Nero could spring.
He leaped for the door, tripped,
and stumbled. He had fallen upon
Minetta's whip, which she had cast
aside. He strove wildly to rise. He
saw a great shape darken the day
light over him.
It was Minetta's scream that called
Giuseppe from the collection box.
When he arrived he saw her beating
with her little fists on Nero's face,
while the lion blinked and snarled
over the body of Blanco.
(Copyright by W. G. Chapman.)
By Caroline Coe.
Slice one-half head of a medium
sized cabbage. Mash and strain. Mix
one tablespoon of flour with one even
teaspoon of salt and one of dry mus
tard. Dredge the cabbage.
This mixture put into buttered cas
sarole; over top put cup of chopped
ham or bacon or any cold cooked
meat at hand, also a few shces of
green pepper. Add one cup of meat
stock or water and cover.
Bake an hour and a quarter,
Cockroaches have a special liking
for dark, dirty, damp corners in clos
ets, pantnes or bathrooms. For this
reason extra care should be taken to
ferret out the dirt or dust in all cor
ners of these three parts of a house.
It is far easier and pleasanter to keep
the roach oui than to drive it out!
In St. Louis is a concrete building
fifty-seven feet high which is entire
ly without windows The lighting is
by means of skylights, in the roof,
ADVENTURES OF MR MOUSE
.- &2S- - ..
jJJVjk.E f?jm-tH.'v&& --Jr