Rudy Henry 23 July 1905
B Y HIMSELF, A US TIN EXILE (A DOG) BACK FROM TOUR "No Place Like Home" Says Terrier Bob, and He Returns From New South Haven Domicile to Greet, Old Friends Again. , Love for hi old home and hla little play-ma tee prompted a dog, a little fox terrier, to want all the way from South Haven, Mich., to Austin, "Bob," for that la the dog's name. Is owned by Rudy Henry, until recently a baker in Auatin. All hla short life "Bob" had lived In Austin,' where he waa the especial pet of tbe children, with whom he waa wont to frolic on the sward In frcnt of the suburban polio atatlon. When no children were around the fox terrier waa desolate. Recently the Henry family moved to South Haven and, of course, took "Bob" along. Busy In arranging their effecta and getting things straightened put. the family paid little attention to tho dog. "Boh" stood it for one day; then be ran away. Yesterday, foot sore and weary, he arpeared at the door of the bakeshop. The place waa occupied by strangers, who did not know "Bob" and had never even heard of him. In vain tbey attempted to drive him away. "Bob" stood directly before the door and howled. Then some of his former playmates, aroueed by his well known canine wail, ran down the street, took the dog In, and fed him. "Bob" was happy then anj manifested hU affection in many ways. Laat night Mr. Henry. "Bob'a" owner, arrived in Austin. His children, made unhappy by the dog's absence, had Importuned him to aearch for "Bob," and Mr. Henry took the first train for Austin. "Bob" waa taken back to Michigan and will nevermore be neglected.