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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 9 November 1909

4 I I I I I •V . nMME LOCAL tMTtilltGfiJrCS *V '.\'\ %* , v, \ . The Republican Executive Committee met hero Saturday. Go^uT/Tt. Sheffield & Co. and savo money on Shoes. A. M. Peoples, of Atlanta, was here on business Saturday. fl,orO doses "000" will cure any care of Chills and Fever. Price 25c. Commissioners' session this week. court is in Fancy line of Hughes can- dies at tho Cabin Drug Store. It is the best. D. II. Nelson, of Iluotsviilc, is hero visiting home folks and Did Irleuai), J, T. Sheffield & Co. have just opened up a hice t'HS W Ginghams. W. I). Waters, of Atlanta, was among the many visitors to our little city Saturday. 'lVxus ked ltust Proof Oats for seed, for everybody. tY.nl & Givens. J. II. Skelton and son, Frank, fit Mil! Creek community, were Linden visitors Saturday. J. T. Sheffield & Co. have opened itp lots Of new shoes of all styles. Go and inspect them. A. T. Washington, of near iMhlehem, was on our streets Saturday. Wash Pot;-;, Stove I'ots...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 9 November 1909

.V, / sborta are long m proving that Its civ centuries behind the times Mars at least looks close enough to communicate with the man In the moon. Airship mishaps are becoming quite common news notes as automobile mishaps. Wall strset is no longer the only place In New York In which one can take a flyer. A man 23 years old has married a woman fi4 years old. But then she had $1,000,000. Halley's comet has reachedL a ripe old age, but never before this yeai1 had ft sat for its photograph. Pip£> football Is terrible enough, so the public must be thankful that there Is no revlvai of the ancient "football hair." • A New York man Is getting along nicely without a stomach. Dyspeptics envy bim, of course, but he Is still an Rimate consumer. 5jad enough to be cast away on long, cold night, but fe one's shirt e.s a sig simply Jerrlble. i Jte already way ahead of 1908 TIllume or business, and prom "Ore Its end to make a record 0< rarely fceen surpassed. ^>ot quitfe tair to judge of the...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 9 November 1909

■ y, JSk&jf wmm -?M -« !fPk®£ ■ *¥ £^ iSwMi 4 V i as* ?* * A POST MAKTtiL ROMANCE 'BY CYRUS ,jll vd Tf?at/om sy }AY WALTERS J*' 4CO COPYRIGHT, /90Q AY W O CHAPMAN) BRAD1 SYNOPSIS. The EBrapnde opens, not In the ro- miiucB preceding the mart-inge of Ellen Oiocum, a Puritan miss, ami I-orrt Car- rington of England, but In their life after Bettllnt; In hnvland. The sceno la placed, Just following tho revolution. In Ciirrlng- ton castle In England. The Carringtons, after a houso party, engaged In a family tilt, caused by jealousy. l^ady Carrlng- ton agreed to cut cards v. th i.ord Strath- gate, whoso attentions t(. Ellen had be- come a sore point with C\ vrlngton. The •loss of J 11)0,000 failed to perturb her, and her husband then cut for his wife's I. O. "U. and his honor, Carrington winning. Additional attentions of Ix>rd Carrington to Lady Ceofly and Lord Strathgate to Lady Carrington compelled the latter to vow that she would leavo the castle. Preparing to (lee, Lady Carringt...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 9 November 1909

TO? w hi *% &> V>■ •'■TnWf -' OF MR. J. B. MCCLUNG tffti' I at: tor. t a. m. each pMk .ver, Superintendent: every 2nd and 4th Sunday itor at 11 a. m. and at niglit meeting every other Wednesday t8 the Cass County Industrial League, Atlanta, Texas. iii-Hjjji: 2® J. E. A. BANGER, m .UCKErj Ladies Aid Society meets every Satur- day evemfig Senior B. Y. P. U. nieetscvery Sunday afternoon at 8 o'clock. Junior P. V. P. U. meets every Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock. M. E. CHURCH SOUTH C. J. Atkinson, Pastor Sunday School at 10 a. m. each Sun- day, John S. Morris, Sopefintendent. Preaching every First and Third Sun- day by the Pastor, at 11 a. m. and at Methodist Mcriie Mission Society mcsts First and Third Saturday at 2 jv m. . > Prftycr Meeting evefv other AVcdnes day night. Junior Kpwortli Leagtle Meets fc^cry Sunday aTlerimrm at 2 o'clock. Senior KpwOrth League meets every Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock. tigritlemen: We beg to submit the follwing report of the Cass County exh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 23 November 1909

' I. «>. is. A.D1I\C!ER, Publisher. } .A. Paper Devoted to tlie best Interests of tlie 3?eople. Subscription, $1.00 iPer Anniife A v FlH 1 I w< I VOL. 34. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 88, 1909, NO. 47. I , If ■ To The Farmers, Merchants and Bankers of the South. .Stop, thing and listen* Do yoti kfcow what you are doing? You are Hooding the world with cot- ton. You ate rushing cotton in- to the 'market and selling it ten minutes after it is ginned. The cotton states have already sold seven million bales of a lees than ten million bale crop, in a period of two months? when you should havp sold that, much in seven months. How do you ex- pect banks to pay for it especial- ly at $75 per bale? Did you know the spinners of the world were fighting you and that ybu are furnishing them umtiuition to fight yon with? Did you know there were only three million more brtJes to come on the market"? Do you know that for these three million bales you can gft 20 cents just as easily as 10 ce...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 23 November 1909

'M '-Si: MM if- 3 are J I 55B5 •s*5 r ' IANKSGIVING JVN Th# ChrUIUn&ci.M* SmHimI lERNAL God of lifearuTIrulliandLovc^ JhankTliee wlio liasl to ray sou! convened A consciousness of spiritual lirlfi. "To seeTfy (ace, mine eye is turned alove ThaH may calcli a clear,divmer sense To use in aid of mortals ontLe earlli. ) Btrf Pod/p.-o "Prodigal's XOife SLIGHT rap at the outer a door drew the attention of the gray-haired woman. "Come in," she called. The door suddenly opened. A trim young wo- man stood at the thresh- old. She looked around and smiled and nodded. "Good morning," she said, and her voice was clear and pleasant "May t come in?" The elderly woman stepped for- ward. "Why, yes," she answered. Take this chair. Have you walked far?" "Only from the village. The hill (a a little steep. I am not used to hills lately." Sho smiled and nodded again. "You are very good," said the stran- ger. "I am not really so tired, it was the dear old house that drew mo In. I thought I would like ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 23 November 1909

V> C <P b it r ]• DISCOVERIES MADE AT STATE PRISONS TERRIBLE CONDITIONS EXIST IN TEXAS PRI80N8 AND ON THE PRISON FARMS. COMMITTEE STILL AT WORK Member of Committee Exhibit* 8om of the Whips the Guards Use. Houston, Tex., Nov. 15.—The state penitentiary Investigating committee completed Its work at the Clemona farm camp In Brazoria county Satur- day and Monday will visit one of the construction camps on the Trinity and Brazos Valley railroad. No startling developments resulted from the visit to the demons camp, but conditions were reported similar to those reveal- ed at other convict camps, A number of convicts are engaged on the Trin- ity and Brazos Valley construction un- der the lease system. One Representative says: "It would bo highly Improper to dis- cuss with anyone but members of the committee what the final report of the penitentiary investigation board will make to the Governor until after the Governor has received it. Then I pro- pose to give out a statement to the p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 23 November 1909

itor <fc ^Proprietor Ttit CASS COCTWY StJK imblirnbed ttfty Ttwaday, to antmO *t (ha Umdco pottoa* m SmwwCCImm tofttter. Rates or subscription: Bingle copy per yea* • $-1:00 " ix months ' 60 cents . No paper* sent - out without the cash in advance; paper stopped when time is out, or we lose it. 1 I' ■* "1 !*■ 7- 7 I ysFi.il * . . T I SB |W''JWW mONUSOFtHE TARIFF. 0 ING Obituary notices and cards of thanks *rill be inserted at two-and-a-half cents per line \ . Total Eclipse of the Moon. • Ob next Friday night, the 26th if the people living along thema- t-idiun of East ^Texas will arise ftom thefr beds "a little before 1. % 30, A. M., sun time, they will see the moon entering the shaddow of the earth. In one hour it will be totally eclipsed, remaining so about one and .one half hours. The eclipse, total and partial, will last three and one half hours and will be visable, either as a total or partial eclipse, in all of Western Europe, North-west Af- rica, in the North Sea, across th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 23 November 1909

5 I 1 ■ I ' I I* .H " < ' 3v '■'• 'r 1 " !| if'H;; '• $ I - ' K w ?P; ;^":5 WwKW ■ «?• 3 ■' •*•" Eupioa Oil at'tlft. Nelson's. Mrs. Chai. PoWl visited friendB in town yesterday. . Go to J. T. Sheffield & Co. and save taoney on Shoes. JLari Jars aad Lard Cans at 0. H. Nelson's. Mrs. C. W. Baker spent Satur- day in town, the guest of Mrs. M. D. Oivena. tOCAt ntntLUMHCt ^■ilpn lar. tor lard -A C. H. Nelson's. toiss Jessi* Hobby, who is here 'attending school, spent l&idurday and Sunday with her parents at the Fant-Hobby mill. Picks, Mattocks and Shovels wwm 6 dr 8 doses "666' of Chilli and Fever. will riire any ca e Price 25c. Messrs. L. E. Stone and A. M. Alldfcy were attending to business here Saturday. Enterprise Sausage Wills at E. H. Sheffield's. iVfr. and Mrs. A. W. Holland of Mill Creek community were shopping in town Saturday. Carhartt Overalls at C. H. Nelson's. Mr. S. JC. Ro bison, of Gro- gnn's mill, was among the Lin- den yfsitors Saturday. Sheet Iron Heaters ot ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 23 November 1909

WW- Y IIINmi J RATI. that It will most peopl* to the chicken statistics In not absolutely ■BBIMHwwWP jhas been made that the enumeration of 1890 showed the exlstenoo of a greater number of chickens In this country than In 1900. This is conclu- sive evidence of jroan errors In fig- ures somewhere, says the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle. Chicken fanciers lay the fault to the careless- ness of census officials, while the ex- perts In Washington say that poultry owners are prone to exaggeration when the census man calls on them, 4nd that the man who owns 50 chick- ens will almost Invariably claim that he has 100. This, however, does not explain the discrepancy between the totals for the two dates mentioned—If the poultry men are consistent In their prevarications from one decade to an- other. It will hardly do at this late ate for anybody connected with the tensus bureau to organize an Ana- olas club and populate it with the men engaged in the gentle art of raising poultry. i The efT...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 23 November 1909

tern r«:i rli / I ! A POST MAMXiL ROMANCE BY CYRUS TOfWj i JLL U6 TP A T/OMS BY PAY WALTER6 (COPYRIGHT, /90Q Of W O CHAPMAN) SYNOPSIS. Th« Esoapmls opens, not In the ro- tmnce preceding the marrlaBe of Kllcn tlocum, u Puritan ml s, ami Lord Car- rlngton of England, but In tliolr life after letlllns In England. The seeno 1b placed, u«t following the revolution, in Carilng- :on caBtle In England. The Currlngtons, *fter a Iiouho party, engaged In a family lilt, caused by Jealousy. The attentions if Lord Carrlngton to I>ady Cecily and Lord Btrathgate to Lady Carrlngton com- pelled the latter to vow that she would eave the castle. Preparing to flee, Lady Carrlngton and her chum Deborah, an American girl, met Lord Btrathgate at two a. m., he agreeing to see them safely iwny. Ho attempted to take her to his :astle, but she left him stunned In the Toad when the carriage met with an ae- Jldent. She and Debbie then struck out Tor Portsmouth, whore Blie Intended to fall for America. Hearing...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 23 November 1909

fttfi I Pastor. ''clock a. m. each Superintendent. ( every 2nd and 4th Sunday Pastor at 11 a. m. and at night Prayer meeting every Wednesday night. L,aaies Aid Society meets every Satur- day evening ,'Sair' \- US *• k. it. ChWrch soXjth C. J. Atkinson, Pastor Sunday School at 10 a. m. each Sun- day, John S. Morris, Superintendent. Preaching every First and Third Sun- day by the Pastor, at 11 A. M. and at night. Methodist Home Mission Society mests First and Third Saturday at 2 p. ni. Lodges a, F. & A. M. Linden Lodge No. 192 meets every 1st Saturday night in each month. L. C. Weaver, W. M. I. fi. Lanier, £ccrctSry. K. of p.~ Elberta Lodge No. 374 meets evary Srd Saturday night iu each month. L; C. Weaver, C. C. 1-6, Lanier, K. R. & S. J.E ban6ki •Help -A.:. \ la W. O. W. fteechwood Camp No. 407 meets every find and 4th Saturday night in each tnonth 6. T. Bart let t, C. C. W. L. Erwin, Clerk. \V. O. W. CIRCLE Beechwood Grove No'; 632 nftfefs every 2nd and 4th Saturday evening...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 30 November 1909

vftf ' ■ ■& J. E. A. BAWlBR, Publisher. > A. Paper Devoted to the best Interests of "the feople. MulMcriplio , II.OOTer AiMaNoi VOL. 34. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 30.1SO0. NO. 48. A Great Character. A great character, founded on "the living rock of principle, is, in fact, not a solitary phenomenon, to boot once perceived, limited nnd described. It i« a dinjH n8n- t ion of Providence, designed to .have not.merely an immediate, but a continuous, progressive, never-ending agency. It sur- vives the.man who.possessed it: • Hiirvivse his age—and perhap* his country, ihis 'language.—Ed- ward Everett. Kill* Hrr Voc l"90 Years. "The most merciless enemy I had for 20 years," declares Mrs. James Duncan, of Hayncsville, Me., 'twas Dyspe|*ia. I suffered intencely after eat ing or drink- ing and could scarcely sleep. After many remedies had failed and several ■doctors gave me up, I tried Electric Bitters, which rurcd me completely, "Now I can eat anything. I am TO years old and am o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 30 November 1909

i? and Proprietor —— 2S fttoworaiflHMil TEXAS Dynamite is a bad joke for baggage I j?l •W" ' The frost 1b on the pumpkin and tile rock is In the rye. Still, the czar and King Victor Em- manuel are not too old for those kiss- ing games. The last rose of Bummer Is begin- ning to think It Is not worth while to bloom alone. If Christopher Columbus could dls- fcover America again now, he would be almost as much astonished as he was before. Mars is about 35,000,000 miles dis- tant from the earth just now, says a contemporary. Not close enough to fan us. Over 150 persons have been killed while climbing the Alps this year, but Just wait until the list of football fa- talities is handed in. The latest in millinery is the toque. And we suppose they'll soque the toque, and poque it and Joque it, and the old man will go broque paying for it. A school for turning out model housewives has been started in Chi- cago. Already we can hear the biff which such an institution will deliver to the divorce...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 30 November 1909

If®®® HRPI A POST MARim ROMANCE BY CYB US ,/LLi/tS TfiAT/OMS ST PAY WALTEQ6 (COPYRIGHT, /908 & s W O OrtAP/fAM) SEND B1 SYNOPSIS. The Escapade opens, not In the ro- imance preceding the marriage ot Ellen ISlocum, u 1'urllnn miss, anil I.nrd Car- rlngton of England, but In their life after ■ettling in England. The scene Is placed, Just following the revolution, In Carrlng- ton caslle In England. The Carrlngtons, ■after a house party, engaged In a family tilt, caused by jealousy. Tho attentions •of Lord Harrington to I.atly Cecily and ■Lord Stratligate to t.ady Carrlngton com- J>elled the latter to vow that she would eave the caslle. Preparing to tleo, I^ady Carrlngton and her chum Deborah, an American girl, mot Lord Strathgate at two a. m„ lie agreeing to see them Bafely away. He attempted to take her to his castle, but she left him stunned In the *oad when the carriage met with an ae- •cldent. She and Debbie then struck out <or Portsmouth, where she Intended to nail for Am...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 30 November 1909

■ * •■ ' .'*> 'yK ' v ■ . * i if* : fei >< ■ n; j- jk ■ ■ ■ - 8 ■■ V.: • ') • IPs ■$ mmm COUNTY SDN .Editor «& J^robrietpr ■" ' ~-u-i-. - MJ . • Tit ICC ASS COUKT* e-W*f fucwliv, u entrred-ftHfe fiixttupwrto#™ • U Srcou.t;ci#o nidtfcf. kATBs-oi^ avUittcmitm: Angle copy per yedr" * $f .•flD " Six months ' Sffectif ' No papcfssent out without the casl* fci advance; paper stopped when time is #ut., or we lose it. Obit wiry not ices and cards, .of thanks Will l>e inserted at two-and-a-half cents jfcrr line T THE PARTISAN SPffcT. The money power in not com- | k Glorious Thanksgiving Service posed entirely of villians, neither are the polttMans. As a rule we soy they dtv men with Wow. foterrtfow ,'btft t'hier education, In obedienire to> the wish of the chief Executive of our nation and aitatttf 1 withdrew from busi- tlretr tratftfirg inf life and their irn: neHH relations oh last Thursday, tironment has led them to boo- j jn order to gife thanks to the etetiy believe t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 30 November 1909

• •' ■■:-/" m .wi % mmm mm wwmmh ■ i m sOa LOCAL intelligence Hupiou Oil lit C. It. NeUou's. Mt\ T. 0. Wodd Was in tVltJ ■fclty yesterday. Qo to /. T. Sheftield A tJo. find, save mon«y «n SWa. , A. M. Allday of near New Colony w^.ia.towi) yepterday. Lard (Tars and Lard Uliig at C. H. N«?laoti'g '•• 1 \V.. Q. Henderson, of Trial Farm, was down Saturday. P or 0 dosts "OW" Will etire any ease bf Chills and Fever. Price U&:. Mr. and Mrs. Mose Gamill were iti the burg Saturday. Enterprise Sausage Stills at E. M. Shiffi«U's. ' G. VV. Goody was in Linden last Wednesday. - - , - . fjheet Iron Heatef3 at E. l-l. S lieflieUfs. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Early were trading iu town on® day, last week. "Carhartt Overalls Kt G. II. Nelson's. J. M. Daniels, of Mill Greek community, attended to business here Saturday. Fatify liht) of Hughed can- tlies at the Cabin Drug Store. U is the best. John S. Morris is at Jackson- ville this wet'k attending tilt' Texas Methodist Conference. Wright-Heath wool line...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 30 November 1909

a TEXAS ' ^ST'-Vl ' ; - • TO BE CONTINUED Iflen Lived on Bark of Pine Supports of Mine—It la Thought Others Will Be 8aved. Cherry, 111., Nov. 22.—What had promised to be Cherry's real day of thanksgiving ended in a night of hope deferred or despair. AU through the long day the vigil was kept. At the end of It no living man or boy had been added to the list of twenty rescued Sat- urday. At nightfall the toll istood twenty saved, ninety-two known dead and 189 missing. All day long the toiling of ehurch bolls resounded In Cherry and Spring Valley. Eighteen bodies were Interred yesterday In a field south of town. At the mine coffins of a dozen victims awaited removal, while a score of cas- kets were piled near-by for those whc are to come. Cherry, 111., Nov. - 21.—1The gamut from deepest despair to highest hope was run here Saturday, when twenty miners, entombed in the St. Paul mine seven days, almost to the hour, were brought to the surface alive. The story of their sufferings and the ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 30 November 1909

HSMl IS-.7W m'm I v 'A ... ■f'tf ■ wffifc *W>V ' * "'•' - a— —! STANDARD OIL CO. A GOOD COUGH MIXTURE. _ ■%■#*«*%■ Iir>rk I •lmPl« Home-Made Remedy That la ORDERED DISSOLVED F"* "°m °'M",nd H",m NEW JERSEY CORPORATION DB CLARED TO BE AN ILLEGAL COMBINE. MY ONE MORE CHANCE *«cialon of Court of Appeala, Sitting •a Circuit Court, Involve* Parent Organization of Standard Oil. Bt. Paul, Minn., Nov. 22.—In an tplnlon written by Judge Walter H. Banborn of St. Paul and concurred In y Judges Vandeventer, Hook and ILdams, with a special concurring opinion by Judge Hooks, the United States Circuit Court, Eastern District f Missouri, Saturday handed down in opinion declaring the Standard Oil Company of New Jersey an illegal tomblnatlon, operating in restraint of trade, and ordering its dissolution. The opinion of the court was tiled ilmullaneously in St. Louis and in St Paul. Excerpts from Judges' Opinion. "Corgress has power, under the tommerclal clause of the Constitution, Jo regulate a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 30 November 1909

OT 4f#P'": S9Mb\ytt ■■ m m « <w,, f KN.;' 11 f O. K. Williams, Pasto*. 10 o'clock a. M. c0fb jppMp|w^ife; idling every 2nd and 4th Sunday i Pastor at 11 a. m. and at night Prayer meeting every Wednesday nfcbt. > %7\ Ladies Aid Society raeets:every Satur- day evening M. H. CHURCH SOUTH C. J. Atkinson, PASTOR Sunday School at TO a. m. each Sun- day, JohnS. Morris, Superintendent. Preaching every First and Third Sun- day by the Pastor, at 11 a. m. and at ■iglit. Methodist Home Mission Society mests Birst and Third Saturday at 2 p. m. Loilgl'tt A, F. &A.M. Linden Lodge No.' KW meets every 1st Saturday night in each month. L. C. Weaver, \V. M. S. £. Lanier, Secretary. K. of P.T Elberta Lodge No. S74 niiets evary 3rd Saturday night in each month. L. C. Weaver, C. C. L E. Lanier, K. R. & S. accident grieved the owner as much perhaps ns it pained the tnonkey, but the doctor was re- i u. j mlm A w. o. w. Bfceclmood Camp No. 487 meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday night in each mon...

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