Letters, Oct. 9, 1933

Bunch of Cats

Sirs:

In your issue of Aug. 7 you had a story about some difficulty that William Amos Smith, whom you said had three boys and seven cats, was having with his neighbors. You stated that William Amos Smith was a justice of the supreme court and a former attorney-general. This identified the writer of this letter pretty well as the person who was having trouble with the neighbors over a bunch of cats. Now the fact is that it was William Redwood Smith who was having trouble with his neighbors over...

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