THE FARMER: JULY 7, 1913
Side splitting humor and tear
compelling pathos straggle for
supremacy in this delightful ro
mance of Cape Cod, written by
a son of Cape Cod's own sandy
moil. Read of the old sea cap
tain who has returned to spend
the remainder of his days among
ftis boyhood friends ; read of
the quaint little waif who came
to him unbidden and of the place
she won in his heart read of the
pretty schoolteacher, the sancti
monious congressman, the grown
up boys Asaph Tidditt and JBai-
' ley Bangs ; read of Keturah and
Cap'n Josiah Dimick andf Lem
Sfyrick and all the other quaint
f!k of Bayport and you will
find entertainment a-plenty. talk when she's around. Angle Phin
There was only one Charles1 ne?1 Why. when that poll parrot of
Dickens, bat in character de- l ber fled Alph'us Smalley declared; up
. . , ... and down that what killed it was leal-
lineatton Joseph C Lincoln ; ousy an(J pp-inted ambition; he
a touch worthy of the master. j said it broke its heart tryin to keep
CHAPTER L 1
T is queer, but Captain Cy him
self doesn't remember whether
the day was ' Tuesday . or
Wednesday. Asaph Tldditfs
records ought to settle It. for there was
meeting of the board of selectmen
that day. and Asaph has been" town
clerk In Bayport since the summer be
fore the Baptist meeting bouse burned.
But on the record the date, in Asaph's
handwriting, stands "Tuesday, May
30, 180 and. as it happens. May 10
9t that year fell on Wednesday, not
Tuesday at all.
Kerurab Bangs, who keeps "the per
fect boarding bouse," says it was
Tuesday, because she remembers they
had fried cod cheeks and cabbage that
flay, as they have every Tuesday, and
Bother Mr. Tidditt nor Bailey Bangs,
KeCnrah's husband, was on hand when
the dinner bell ran. Keturah says
he in certain It was Tuesday, because
he remembers smelling the boiled
cabbage as she stood at the side door,
locking op the vroad to see if either
Asaph or Bailey was coming. As for
Bailey, - he says he remembers being
hta to dinner and his wife's "star tin'
to heave a broadsides into him" be
cause of it, but be doesn't remember
what day It was.
At any rate, whether Tuesday or
Wednesday, It is certain- that It was
quarter past 12,- according to the clock
presented to the Methodist society by
the Hon. Heman Atkins, when Asaph
Tidditt came down the steps of the
town hall after the selectmen's meet
ing and saw Bailey Bangs waiting for
hiru on the opposite side of the road.
"Hello. Asel" hallod Mr. v Bangs.
"You'll be late to dinner If you don't
brry. I was beadin for home, all
MO sot, when I see you. What kept
yovLf "- ,
Town business, of course," replied
Mr. TMdltt. with the Importance per
taining to his official position. "What
sent yu. for the land sakes? Won't
IJetnry be in your woo!?
Bailey hasn't any "wool" worth
mentioning now. and he bad very little
"TOUTS HAD A I.ETTEB rBOM fTEMAIT AT
KINS S-KOM WASHIN'TON? '
more then, but he mopped his fore-
bead, or the extension above it, tak
ing off his cap to do so.
"1 eallate she -will.' he said uneasily.
"Tell you the truth, Ase, I was up to
the store, and Cap'n Josiah Dimick
and some more of 'em drifted in, and
V got talkln' about the chances of
Ibe harbor appropriation and one
thing or nother, and 'twas , later'n I
thought twas 'fore I knew it"
The appropriation from the govern
Boent which was to- deepen- and widen
.or harbor here at Bayport was a
very vital topic among us just then.
Heman Atkins, the congressman from
our district, bad promised to do his
beat for tbe appropriation and bad for
time been very sanguine of securing
it Recently, however, he bad not
' been Quits as hopeful.
"What's Cap'n Josiah think about
the chances T" asked Asaph eagerly.
"Well, sometimes be thinks TTes' and
3aen. again be thinks 'No,' " replied
Bailey. "He says, of course. If Heman
Is able to get It he will, but If he ain't
able to he he"
"He won't, I s'pose. Well, I can
Chink tla&t myself, and I don't set up
to be no inspired know-it-all, like Joe
Dimick. He ain't heard from Heman
l&txly, has be?" t
"No, he ain't Neither's anybody
- else, so fur as I can find out"
"Oh, yes, they have. I have, lor
By JOSEPH C. LINCOLN
Copyright. 1908. by D. Appleton & Co.
Mr. Bangs stopped short to his "dou
ble quick march for borne and din
ner and looked bis companion In the
face. . - .
Ase Tidditt." he cried, "do yon
mean to tell me you've had a letter
from Heman AtUrtos from Washin'
Asaph nodded portentously.'
"Yes, sir," he declared. "A letter
from the Hon. Heman G. Atkins of
Washin'ton, D. C., come to me last
night. I read it afore I turned in."
"You did! And never said nothin
"Why should I say anything about
!t? 'Twas addressed to me as town
clerk and was. concernin' a matter to
be took up with the board of s'lect
xnen. I ain't In the habit of hollerin'
town affairs through a speakin' trum
pet Folks that vote for me town
meeHn' day know that I guess. Angle
Phinney says to me only yesterday,
'Mr. Tidditt,' ' says she, 'there's one'
thing I'll say for you you don't talk.' "
"Humph!" Bailey snorted indignant
ly. "She thought 'twas a -good thing
not to talk, hey? She did?. Well, by
m?jhty! You never get no chance to
! up with Angle.
Her ma was the same
; bred of cats. What did .Heman say
'. abot the 'appropriation? : Is he goin'
to get It?"
Mr. Tidditt paused before replying,
i Then, bending over, he whispered in
his chum's ear:
"He never said, .one word about the
appropriation. Bailey, not one wordl
He wanted to know if we'd got this
year's taxes on the Whittaker place
and If we hadn't what was we goin
to da about it Bailey, between you
and me and the Tnlzzenmast, Heman
Atkins wants to get a-hold , of that
place the worst way." . .
"He does! He does! For. the land
sakes, ain't he got property enough al
ready? Ain't a a -palace like that
enough for one man, without wantin'
to buy a rattletrap like that?"
The first "that" was emphasized by
a brandished but reverent left hand,
the second by a derisively pointing
right The two. friends bad reached
the crest of the long tlope leading Up
from the town hall. On one side of
the road stretched the imposing front
age, of the "Atkins estate,"- with its
Iron fence and stone posts; on the .oth
er slouched the weed grown, tumble
down desolation of the "Cy Whittaker
place." The contrast was that of opu
lent prosperity and poverty stricken
M Heman was our leading citizen, our
representative In Washington and the
town's philanthropist - He gave the.'.
Atkins memorial window- and the .At
kins tower clock to the Methodist
church. The Atkins town pump, also
his gift, stood before the town hall.
The Atkins portrait In . the Bayport
Ladies library was much admired, and
the size of the Atkins fortune was the
principal subject 'of.- conversation at
sewing circle, at the table of "the per
fect boarding house," around the stove
In Simmons' store or wherever Bay
porters were' used to gather. .
The "Cy Whittaker place" faced the
Atkins estate . from the opposite side
of the main road, but it was the gen
eral opinion that It ought to be asham
ed to face It Originally It had enjoyed
the dignified seclusion afforded by a
white picket fence "with square gate
posts, and the path to Its seldom used
front door had been guarded by rigid
lines of box hedge. This, however,
was years ago, before the second Cap
tain Cy Whittaker died and before the
Howes family turned it into the Sea
Sight House, a hotel for summer
The Howeses ."improved" the house
and grounds.-." They tore down the
picket fence, uprooted the box hedges,
hung a sign over the sacred front door
and built a wide veranda under the
parlor windows. They took boarders
for five consecutive summers. v Then
they gave up the unprofitable under-'
taking, returned to Concord, N. H.,
their native city, and left the Cy Whit
taker place to bear' the ravages ,-of
Bayport winters and' Bayport small
boys as best it might
For years it stood empty. The se
lectmen would have "liked to tear it
down, but they cpuld not because it
was private property, having been pur
chased from the Howes heirs by the
third Cy Whittaker, Captain Cy's only
son, who ran away to sea when he was
sixteen years old and was disinherited
and cast off by tbe proud old skipper
in consequence. Bach March . Asaph
Tidditt In his official capacity as town
clerk had been accustomed to receive
an envelope with a South American
postmark, and in that envelope was a
draft on a Boston banking .house for
the sum due . as taxes on the "Cy
Whittaker place." The drafts were
signed "Cyrus M. Whittaker."
But this particular year, the year in
which this chronicle, begins, no draft
bad been received. Asaph waited' a
few weeks and then wrote to the ad
dress indicated by the postmark. His
letter was unanswered- Next to the
harbor appropriation .the question of
what should be dqne about the "Cy
Whittaker place" . filled Bayport's
'thoughts that spring. ':
"T-sS in the world," repeated Bai
ley, "does Heman. want of a shebang
like that? "Ain't he got enough al
ready?" His friend shook his bead.
" 'Pears hot," he said. "I judge it's
this way, Bailey Heman, he's a proud
"Well, ain't he got a right to be
proud? Cal'late you and mo d be proud
if we was ablexto carry as much sail
as he does, wouldn't wet ; " ,
' "Yes, I guess like we would. But
you needn't get red In the face and
J -inqur.biler Just because,. I said
that. I" ain't flndln' fault "with "He
man. I'm only tellin' you. He's
proud, as I said, and his wife"
"She's dead this" four year: Wha
are you resurrecting her for?"
"Land! You're peppery as a West
Injy omelet this mo rain'. Let me
alone till I've finished. His wife when
she was alive, she was proud too. And
his daughter Alicia, she's eight year
old now, and by and by she'll be
grown up Into a high toned young wo
man. Well, Heman Is fursigbted, and
I s'pose likely he's thlnkin' of the days
when there'll be young rich fellers
senators and and well, counts and
lords, maybe crulsin down here
courtln' her. I presume he don't want
those swells to sit on bis front piazza
and see the crows buildln nests In tbe
ruins acrost the road. If there's a sale
for taxes he wants to be fust bidder.
Then when the place Is vhia he- can
tear down or rebuild, just as be sees
"Yes, I see. Well, I feel about that
the way Joe Dimick felt when he
heard the doctor? had told Elviry Pep
per she must stop singln' In the choir
or lose her voice altogether, "Which
ever happens H be an Improvement
says Cap'n Joe, and whatever Heman
does 1) help the Whittaker place. '
What did you decide at the meetin' ?",
"Nothin.' We can't decide yet . We
ain't sure about the law, and we want
to wait a spell, anyhow. But I know
how 'twill end. Atkins I1 get the place.
He always gets what be wants. He
man does." ."- . v :
"Well," sighed Mr. Bangs, "so that'll
be the end of the old Whittaker place,
bey? Sho, things change In a feller's
lifetime, don't they? Yon and me can
remember, Ase, when Cap'n Cy, Whit
taker was one of the biggest men we
had In this town. So was his dad
afore him, the Cap'n Cy that built tbe
house. I wonder .the looks of things
here now don't bring them two up
out of their graves. Do you remem
ber young Cy-!-Whit we used to call
him, or Heddy Whit 'count of his
red hair?" , - " A '
"Remember Whit? Well. I should
aay I did. He was a holy terror
yes, . sir! Wan't no ' monkey shines
or didos cut up In this town that
young Cy wan't into. Fur's that goes,
you and me was in 'em, too. Bailey.
We was all holy terrors then. -. Young
ones nowadays ain't got the spunk we
used to have." ,
His friend chuckled.
That's so," he, declared, "that's
so. . Whit was a good hearted boy, too,
but full of tbe Old Scratch and 'as sot
In his ways as his dad. and if Cap'n
Cy wan't sot "then there ain't no sot
sess. 'You'll go to college and be a
parson,' says the cap'n. Ill go to sea
and be a sailor, same 'as you done,'
says Whit And he did, too, run away
one night took the packet, to Boston
and shipped aboard an Australian clip
per. Cap'n Cy didn't go after nun to
fetch him home. No . slr-ee not a
fetch. Sent htm a letter plumb to
Melbourne, and, says he: Youve
made your bed; how; lay in it Don't
you never dast to come back to me or
your ma, be says. And Whit-didn't;
he wan't that kind."
"Pretty nigh killed the old lady
Whlfs - ma that did,", mused Asaph.
"She died a little spell afterward. And
the old man pined away, too, but he
never give In or asked the boy to come
back. Stubborn as all get out to the
end be was and willed the place, all
he had left, to them Howes folks.
And a nice mess they made of it
Young Cy be"
"Young Cy!" ",. interrupted Bailey.
"We're always callin'. him "young Cy,
and yet when you come to. think of it
he must be pretty nigh fifty-five now,
most as old as you and I be. Wonder
if he'll ever come back here?" y
"You bet he won't!" was the oracular
reply. - "He's made all kinds of money,
they say; out of hides and such. What
he ever bought his dad's old place for
I can't see. He'll never come back
to these common, one horse latitudes,
now you mark my word on that!"'
Bailey chuckled again.
. "We was a spunky, daredevil lot in
the old days, wan't we, Ass?" he said.
"Spunk was kind of born in us, as you
might say. And even now we're"
- The Atkins tower clock boomed once,
a solemn, dignified stroke. Mr. Tid
ditt and his companion' started and
looked at each other.
' "Godfrey scissors!" gasped Asaph.
"Is that half past 127'
Mr. Bangs pulled a big worn silver
watch from his' pocket and glanced at
the dial. ,
, "It is!" he moaned.. "As sure'a you're
orn it is! WeTe kept Eeturys din
ner waltin' twenty minutes. You and
me are in for It -now, Ase Tidditt!
Twenty minutes late! . She'll skin us
Mr. Tidditt did not pause to answer,
but plunged headlong down the bill at
a race horse gait. Bailey pounding at
his heels. For "born daredevils," self
i confessed, they .were a nervous and
The "perfect boarding house" Is sit
uated ' a . quarter of a mile beyond
Whittaker's hill, nearly opposite the
Baiters homestead. The sign, hung on
the pole by the front gate, reads.
"Bayport Hotel. Bailey Bangs Pro
prietor," but no one 'except the stran
ger in Bayport accepts that sign seri
ously. When, owing to an unexpected
change in the administration at Wash
ington, Mr. "Bangs was obliged to re
linquish his position as our village
postmaster his wife came to tbe res
cue with the proposal that they open
a boarding house. "Whatsoe'er you
find to do,' quoted Keturah at sewing
circle meeting, "do It then, with all
your migbtr If when I'm laid to rest
they can put on to my gravestone 'She
run tbe perfect boarding bouse 111
This remark and subsequent similar
declarations were widely quoted, and.
therefore, though casual visitors may
refer to the "Bayport hotel," to us na
tlves tbe Bangs residence is always
"Keturah's perfect boarding house."
As for the sign's affirmation of Mr.
Bangs "proprietorship, that is consid
ered the cream of the Jolie. The idea
of nfeek, baldheaded little Bailey pos
ing as proprietor of anything while
his wife is on deck, tickles Bayport's
sense of humor.
To be Continued.)
The Canadian. Forestry Association
holds a forestry convention in Winnl-
(By the Plaza Press Aarent)
Another Belasco triumph is on the
tapis tor the local stock lovers this
week,' when the Poll Players present
for the first time by any stock com
pany, the international euccess, "The
Concert" as played for two years by
Leo Dletrichsteln and the all-Belasco
company at the Belasco theatre, New
York. . . "
Brim full of comedy situations, with
a wealth of brifiian'ti dialogue and
staged by Director Socola. just as It
was produced by that master of stage
art Belasco, "The Concert" hould
prove a powerful magnet this week, for
if is a typical hot weather play, the
Plaza Is the coolest theatre in' the city
and the company of players which in
terprets ' the plays at the Plaza are
the best that money and years of ex
perience can procure. ,
Paul iw A Ulster will handle the role
of Gabor Arany, the temperaAental
musician who elopes with . one of his
pupils.- ' ,
Brenda Fowler will play tne pan
of Oabor'B wife, who elopes with her
husband's companion's hubby . and
wins her own spouse back.
Ralph J. Herbert will have' the part
of Mr. Dallas whose wife elopes with
Arany and Marlon Hutchlns will play
the part of the sentimental Mrs. Dal
Marguerite Starr, Arthur Bucnanm,
Florence Gerald, Arthur Griffin, Har
rison Thompson, 'Marie RoUland and
the other players will all have excel
lent parts toj portray.
Misses Kieanor verae nana mnisar-
et Bloodgopd, who were with the or
iginal Belasco company for two years.
will play their original parts in tbis
week's productton of "The Concert:
They were secured throush the cour
tesy of . David Belasco himself who
when the ' Woman" was piayea, two
weeks ago, personally .sent seyeral
thousand souvenir photos of himself
for distribution on Monday. The .securing-
of the Belasco plays, "players
and special favors, again demonstrates
Manager. Poll's influence , with j the big
New York producers.
Few , photoplays teach a stronger
moral ' lesson than- "The Snare of
Fate," a. powerful two-part "Vita graph
drama, which is the feature picture
today. The play tells the story of
the ruthless sacrifice of the lives of
their respective children by a wealthy
capitalist and the : wife of a baftK
rupt, the man prompted by social am
bition and the woman by the greed
for" gold.- The woman's daughter is
engaged to be married to the finan
cier's son but the financier, meeting
her, desires to wed her himself be
cause such a beauty would assure him
a high position- in societr, which he
has not been : able . to . hold since the
death of his rst wife. .. The mother
persuades her -daughter to marry ' the
financier. The results of the mar
riage are dire and terrible .and bring
misery to all concerned, demonstrat
ing the fact that money or social po
sition do not suffice for Happiness ana
showing the futility of trying to elim
inate lcve from "the scheme of exis
tence VThe Snare of Fate" is re
markable for. the excellent manner in
which the different characters are por
trayed and cannot f al; to pieaee an
who visit this popular theatre.
By the Poll Press Agent)
The Three Whalens In a.-new act
will be the talk of Bridgeport They
make their appearance at Poll's New
Theater "today Tuesday and Wednes
day. Five othejr acts of prominence
included on this bill are -Gray & Pet
ers in a comedy bicycle act; Goodall
& Irwin in a. comedy singing and talk
ing diversion; Lightning West, a car
toonist; Ida Rose a classy accordeon
ist;. "Help Wanted," .said to .be one
of the funniest playlets ever written.
A two reel special film entitled "The
Penalty of Crime," is a wonderful mo
tion picture. . ; .
HETjP! My, but these 'composing
rooms are fully of skeery things!
POINTS OF INTEREST.
- July Clearance Sale
of summer millinery at E. H. Dillon
& Co., 1105 Main street in untrimmed
hats, trimmed dress 1 hats, trlmings,
' - Special Rug. Sale.
. Nothnagle's great removal sale con
tinues to -be the busy center for those
interested in up-to-date home furnish
ings. This week a lot of Whittall's
beautiful rugs go Into the sale at
tij:eclal reductions, as advertised else
where in this aer. Tou can't go
wrong when you buy a Whlttall rug.
They are, without question, the best
rugs made In America. When lyou
can buy them below the maker's min
imum fixed rices they are certainly
a big bargain. All other rugs will
r-cntinue to go at the special removal
sale reductions advertised during the
past few weeks by the Nothnagle
store. It is a splendid opportunity for
ycung people about to furnish up a
new home to obtain the best furniture,
rugs, carpets. draperies, Glenwood
ranges, refrigerators, pictures, etc., at
astonishingly low' figures. - Remember,
it costs you nothing to look, and it
may do you a heap of good.
Motion picture companies are mak
ing films of all of the activities of the
federal 'forest service, including plant
ing, cutting timber, patrol and lookout
work. Already at least two flre-flght-ing
"movies" -are being exhibited,
y- -1- , -ifi i- T-- ' -
are intensified when you
are " properly ; outfitted
to enjoy them.
Why stick to unsea
sonable things when so
many opportunities to
buy cool and comforta
ble summer clothes
All you need do is to
follow the advertising
columns of The Farmer.
If it is something in
coo! and becoming
dresses, waists, hats,,
shoes and dainty under
wear you are sure to
find it in The Farmer.
Jf you are a man and
want "outer and nether
wear that will blow the
,heat off the perspiring
face of July, look into
the - advertising col
umns of The Farmer.'
If you need,. cooler
things for the children
- you'll find them adver
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' If it's something for.
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PIECES lVc PER PIECE
GOOD WORK PROMPT SERVICI
Drop a card or 'phone 1018 and
team will call. ' ,
305 STRATFORD AVE.
t-VSS civ- ' '
drusnrist V Jiuumw"
r ill t?,V M Th. '
ATT SAC TTVE
S U M M E It
AN ATOM-IK SHOES
for pien, -women and ohil
dren who are afflicted with
flat foot, etc..
W. K. MOLLATJ
. 1023 IIAIN C7.
- Sand ana Crave
THE BVRim CO.
1 FAIRFIELD AVNUS
BROKEN STOITC, all clzsi'
Bl . all . - Vetrmm
Hnfflnt Typewrit TBacneiure
Cor. Main and State Htm, Xei. c
au u for sale, rent, o aschwes
ppllea and Repalrta j
' tXACBEMANTS EMMEWAOOaHJ '
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A eplendld remale Regulate la mm
mt suppressed menstruauoa. Iip i
ae to colas. 111 health, or ether hjm
aatural eauaea; tl.7f foe tfee M '
etet&t. Mad only at tbe i
WOMAN'S DKTH3 BTORJI i
Macs tsvtreet, BrtdRepttn. Ooaata i
JLmAw Atteadanta Always Marm j
TAKE A VACATION
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Don't worry orer a hot
. store dnrinfr the inmmer
months -when a perfect
desert Is yonra 1b
'-. "KNOW TO JTl CAR
Anders answers o.i antomobUeo. A j
new book for owners, operators and i
machinists. , Inst crnt. "A Troahta -6a-er'
.On mle at
Post Office ITews Store .
Kelley's Cigar Store
1 141 FAIRFIELD AVE.
The best cigar made In Import ,
end domeatle brands. ompu Luc 1
ef smokers' roppliea.
JAUES II HULL'
Hawley, Wilmot & Reynolds
Undertaker and Etebalmer
No. 168 State 6t, Brtdireport, Ct.
All calls, day or nlfrtit, anwrr.
ed from offtoe. George 1. Haw
ley, 113 Washington Terraeri;
Edward IT. .WlUnot. 8S Clinton
Av - John B. Reynolds, 48 Pad tic
1.1. J. GANNON
AND EMBALM E M
1051 Broad St., near John .
Residence. 1850 Park Ave.
Wm. Lieberum ;' 5 Con H
Embalmers and TJndertekera
Office and Residence j ;
581 M A t N STREET
Telephone Connection s
John F. Gallagher 1 i j
TcrndertalKera . null Embalraera - J
Margareti L. Gallagher
The Only Graduate and Incensed I i
Womnn Ui the City i 1
871 KAIRFTETCD AV. 1v. IS 90 j
ROURKE 5 ROUIIII2J
12U5 MAIN STREET. Tel. 181
Calls Answered Day or 7f fp-ht
AS WELL AND A3 IIUCII!
If he advertised es
a.nri aa MUCH as hs CO
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