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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 21 December 1909

• ' ' ' ■ • '''' ' •' . ^ '•{"A. ,^i Pteir.V&ESA* ..-I . .1, v •ifyw' -fHAiii'iiliiii'1 ANNOUNCEMENTS Subject to the action of the Democratic Primary next July; ^ATES: District "Ofticei $ 10.00 County Offices 6-00 Precinct Offices 2.50 tor District derk— j. e. ERWIN. toVAL INTELLIGENCE Eupiou Oil at C. H. Nelson's. Q. W. Allday was a business Visitor in Vown last Wednesday. Nice lino of Christinas goods lat E. H. Sheffield's. N. E. Daniola was a visitor to Linden last Thursday. b or G doses "606" will cure uny case of Chills and Fever. Price 25c. L r '3 ' i I ■ ;« . Silk Brwsol lings at C. H. Nelstin's. Miss Lessie Lanier returned hol'ne Saturday from D-eRnlb, where she has been teaching ratisfCi NOTICE! Y ,, The Cass County State Bank Will hereafter open for business ft 0 a. m ,and will close prompt- ly at 4 p. m. I. N. Makktt, Cashier. The city of Texarkana h«8 voted two-hundred thousand- dollor bonds to build an inde- pendeht water wo'.-ks system. When you go to make your Chr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 21 December 1909

* ghafi# ' s Vr ■: *•■{ *• ii BSBWil t- . \ • ' ■<& . ■ ' lifiEflMBl Pronator == r i " TEXAS why they missed the bear Officer's Story of a Volley Fire That Went Wide of the Mark— "Bear Ague." This being the middle of the open Reason for deer, the subject of big game la frequently discussed just now at the various gatherings of men in this city. Naturally the aliment known aB "buck fever" la often referred to by atory tellers. "That reminds me of something worse," said a hunter the other day. "It reminds me of 'bear ague.' Never heard of It, eh? Well I first encoun- tered It in Wrangell narrows, Alaska, a number of years ago. We were on the old surveying steamer Patterson. "Just as we rounded a point of land not more than 200 yardB distant a big black bear was seen on the beach looking at us. Eight men took up rifles at once and were about to shoot when I told them to wait and fire all at once in a volley when I gavo the order. They all took careful beads on the beast. 'Heady,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 21 December 1909

WP&tM ■ H J&BS I _____ JS&PWSl • «®K Bf S tr ■ ' •.'■ " , -v ' . ■•• '';. .?:■■ I p:>; W' ' Wf^PrfS i 1 A POST NAHim ROMANCE BY CYRUS T< 7z. z l/d 77?A TJOM5 6Y PAY WALTERS ^COPYRIGHT, KOQ AY IV. O CHAP/VAA/) 8ynopsis. The Ewapndn opens, not In tha ro- fnance preceding the marriage of Ellen ftSlocuin, a Puritan miss, ana Lord Car- vln*rton of England, but In their life after nettling In England. The Hcene Is placed, lust following the revolution, In Ourring- tori castle In England. The CarrlnKtonn, •after a house party, engaged In a family tilt, caused by Jealousy. The attentions "Jf I.oi'd Carrington to Ijidy Cecily and Lord Sirathgate to Lady Carrington com- pelled the latter to vow that she would r1eave the castle. Preparing to flee, !" ady Carrington and her chum Deborah, an American girl, met Lord Strathgate at "wo a. in., he agreeing to see them safely away. He attempted to take her to his 'castlc, but she left him stunned In the Toad when the carriage met wi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 21 December 1909

' tfct - & il,- V ft. 'J*M I ' •*1r v IMBHF1 smmMmmmmmmmmmumi bub ^ _«. _ ' 1 CAPtisft O. K. Wii.uams.Tasto*. Sunday School fitiO o'clock a. m. each "Sunday, L. C. Weaver, Superintendent. Preaching every 2nd aflid 4tl Sunday by ihe Pastor at 11 a. m. and it nigfct Prayer meeting ever£ Wedrteiday night. . ■' i Ladies Aid Society fficcts every Satur- day evening "" ■ * -i, m. e. cirtjReH solfrk • • C. J. Airsus'soj*, fAS$okn Sunday School at ftH M. each Sun- day, John S. Morrb, Superintendent. Preachitog every l-'irst and Third Sun- day by the Pastor, at 11 a. m. and at night. Methodist Home Mission Society mesta t'irst and Third Saturday at 2 p. Hi: iitrtlfjM A, F. & A. \f". Linden Lodge No. JD2 meets every 1st fiUturday night in eacS L..C. Weaver, W. M. I. li. Lanier, Secretary. K. of P.* Kltx-rta Lodge Ni>. :>7l meets cvory lid SiiiurdRy night in c.ioli month. L. C. Weaver, C. C. 1. K. Lanier, K. 14. it S. w.'o. \\ . ltcechwood Camp N'<>. IflV meets every- 2nd a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 7 January 1913

/ •' ' y? ... •. ■ ■ *IPL i « w - • • wr-^'m BANGER A ERW1N, Pnbliehcrs. } A. Paper Devoted to the best Interests of the feople. {Subfripl'oii, ®|.«0 Per Auhhik VOL. 38. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JANUARY 7, 1913. NO. 1. it Do you Know you. can buy Better Than! ASteeLRaisge Lower Price ? The greatest advantage a steel range ever had over other stoves, was its quick baking. But the enemy to the life of a steel range was rust. The Smooth "Darling" has all die facili- ties of a steel range, without having any of its drawbacks. It has a body made of cast iron, and an oven made of ingot iron. 1 Our three guarantees 1. Wc guarantee the Smooth "Dating" to be as good as the best steel range made, although it sells at a very much lower price. 2. We guarantee the Smooth "Darling" to cook and bake as quickly as a steel range. 3. We guarantee the Smooth "Dar'ing" to have an oven made of 16 gauge Ingot Iron. How they are made "Darling" stoves are simple in construc- tion. The design is carried out ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 7 January 1913

■ ■4BEEMKSHX1 ||BiH ■ r-irft WmwWm Much of that which la called "van cuaaedness" la nothing but humaa nature. BOYS' HANDICRAFT By A. NEELY HALL Author of "Handicraft for Handy Boy*" and "Thm Boy Craftman i / \/ Drives Machine Down Steps; Lands in Hospital NSW YORK.—Peter Kelly, atten- dant in St. Luke's hospital, In a cot In the J. Hood Wright hospital the other day, was bragging through the mass of bandages that swathed his features that he is a better man than General Israel Putnam ever was. Karly the day before Kelly, in the eutoxnohlle of the superintendent of fit Luke's, drove the machine down several flights of stone steps in Cen- tral Park. Kelly will not speak of the Incident that led to his ride. Dr. Clover, the auperintendent, will not say whether the attendant had his permission to use the machine, but a shadow crosses his face when he thinks of the occur- rence. Kelly first was noticed as he drove the car rapidly around the Circle, a circular road, about 200 feet in diam...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 7 January 1913

i ■ J1 ' WWi i, ^SiKSHwnaLr wH* ,. -kjw. •--«■ r-r-Mi «•*«/• . : . • V/" > V ' #^.?r . M> *" '"-.i ■'"•?" ■■■■■'■ y ~ •■• «.;■;{ f| .. ,... '...,' ''^ - ",: ,--^'V DISHES OF THE SOUTH P088IBLY aOMETHINQ NEW THAT WILL BE WORTH TRYING. Tamalea, Properly Prepared, Makl an Appetizing Luncheon Delicacy —Ravioli, One of Moat Pop- r ular Italian Compounda. Tamalea.—Boil two chickens until done. While chicken la cooking boll two dozen chill peppers until done, then grind fine. Thea take one onion, three eyes of garlic ground fine and Ore tablespoons of lard, ene can of tomatoes, salt and sugar to taste; ithen take half of the chicken broth and put all together In a very large pan and let all come to a boll; then thicken with flour, stirring all the time. Tho flour may lump, but It will gradually work out while beating. Cornmeal Part.—Four cups of meal (white or yellow), half a cup of flour, one level teaspoon of black pepperi three tablespoons of lard, half a tea- apoon of soda dissol...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 7 January 1913

RMBKHHHB - mmkh | ' * ; 4' t ! W. |„ KB WIN fQER & ERWIN, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. IIIKCA88 COUNTY 8PN paMUhm) every I'noetlay, Is entered at the Limtuu i>o«tulU"e a Sooonrt.ClaBB matter. KATES Of SU BSCUlfTION! 'Jingle cupy per year ' SI .00 " six months ' •' 50 cents No patters sent out without the cash it advance; paper stopped when time is •ut, or we lose it. Obituary notices and cards of thanks *il I be inserted nt two-and-a-half cents j") line Stock-Holders Meeting. The nnnunl meeting of tho ^tuok lToldeis of the Cass Com.- tv ptiUe Bank, of Linden, Texas, >* called to me*i at 2 P M "i> ilie 6econ«J Tuesday in Jan- 10- I o me being the 14th day of uu. Jl$, for the purpose of -'ectlng directors to Serve for .iHe year 1013 nft'd for such other " ■ irTihs-83 as maty come before Miein.. \ <t, KesjJfct fully, I. N..«M rrett, Cashis'r. _Jb . THANKS f desire to express my thanks hiid appreciation to my many II lends ami patrons tor the kind support they have given ne ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 7 January 1913

i/_.„. 4 .f/>v".^vi«ir:;..':'-''', • i ••■ '■ :~~y ' j NO - ,• * ■■V-WNHMMMMNnMHWISHHHMMMMIlin , v*/5.7>' •. • wF^wF7^ OPE vJHMRIPI ■ %>> ' . J v ./' ia ; each jpencils 5c, 4c, 2c,... |q Pens 5o... ip *Tu doz. Ink, per bottle 5c, k* "Fw each Ladies Hose 25c, IIa 13c, l()c Uu pair Mens' half Hose, jjn 22c, 15c, 9c... DC " Mpnn' Tien 4$c,28c, Cn 14c, 10c, 9c... uu encl'i Boys Shirts Qrtp only wUU " Mens work shirts Qflp 45c, 44c and .. JUu " Mcijh dress shirts yinp #1.00, SOc and 4fgU/ l! In placing this, our Opening Announcement, before our prospective custo- mers, we wish to outline our inethdd of doinn business, First; we buy for CASH and sell for CASH. This enables us to sell goods Cheaper than any ceedit liouse can do, as fill' are not paying for what the OTIIEK FEL- LOW bought and DID NOT PAY FOR. Therefore, our terms are FAMI to one and all, rich and poor alike. We have oue price for all, aud that the lowest that can be made con- sistniit with sound business princip...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 7 January 1913

/ m E CASS COUNTY Sanger & Erwtn, Editors and Propt. Gnden. - TEXAS The American people consume 110,- •00 gallons of Ice cream a rear. I It la his own fault If tbe lover at. pumpkin pie la not happy now. It must make a man feel mighty ■mall theae daya to hide behind • woman's aklrta. I A Boaton minister aaya that a conple •an marry on $16 a week. Still we * advlae them not to. — Needleaa to aay that the woman "Who threw her shoes at the Judge's head did not hit him. Chafing dishes have been found In the ruins of Pompeii. Evidently life In Rome wasn't all Joy. A western woman has lost two hus- bands by lightning. Evidently neith- er of them was a conductor. Coach Haughton gets $10,000 a year for teaching Harvard how to play football. He earns the money. MASSACRES CHARGED TO SERVIAN TROOPS THOU8ANDS OF MOSLEMS OB CLARED SLAUGHTERED. MACHINE GUNS ARE USED Hundrede of Prisoners Placed in Two Rows and Mowed Down, Re- ports Declare. Girls are superior to boys as prac- tical farmers, s...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 7 January 1913

- £21 YZ $/ '* V1. jj ,/l • ,(''S <i i A« WJl'NtV SIJN SUPPLEMENT, LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY JANUARY f, 1013. •V.'V.' •!'■' ■ I;' SSBfsf 'r"' v/X} HBH A Glorious Chitterlir^ Supper. On Nettr Year's day I received a message over tho phone invit- ing me to take supper with ir.y friend Ben Barbee, and that chitterlings would bo plentiful at tlmt feast. Of course 1 was more than glad to respond when I reached this. hospitable liojs get a fright at the Devil, Put City Dots. (Wrl; In Hh It ivill inspire you to 'obrUlttja8 hM ,n(1 goo« moral which is the essence1 , . . . I e , i i.i! joyed by muuv, making many , oi m-blo mammon arid make vou , hearts glut!. Our tree was a perfect success of mble manhood and make you the jwssssor of much gold. Lon was the Collin* Ham of the fam l,\ perhaps 1 will pen some- thing more of the booyhood sur- roundings of thin good matt. 1 liouift I'mM 'nM lunased T s""'v ' ™" '"l"''10 «t the crowd of people and still others coming, f thought there may be a wedd...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 7 January 1913

IIhh! n r • •: ^RUPERT HUGHES /fOVILIZED FROM THE GOMEDY OF THE SAME < MME. T T T 1 1 " -■ -'-'il?. .-!'■! ■ —.i. i - i — IHUSTJ2ATED ERQM, PHOTOGRAPHS OF THE PLAY AS PJeODUCED W. WAGE-., • COPY^IOW toll Jk, M.K.H.Y ca 8YNOPSI8. i IJeut. Harry Mallory l ordered to the jrhlllpplnrH. 1I« and Marjorlo Newton Kleclde to elope, but wrerk of taxlcab pre- IventH their seeing minister cn the way to (the train TranHconllnental train 1 tak- ing on passenKers Porter has a lively time with an ICnKilshman and Ira l.nlh- Kop, a Yankee business man. The elopers ave an exciting time KettlnK to the train. "Little Jlinmle" Wellington, bound ifor Reno to get a divorce, hoards train In maudlin condition. Later Mrs. Jlmmle appears She Is also bound for Reno with •ame object. Likewise Mrs. Sammy Whit- comb. Latter blames Mrs. Jlmmle for her marital troubles. Classmates of Mal- lory decorate bridal berth. Rev. and Mrs. Temple start on a vacation. They decide to cut loose and Temple removes evidence of ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 7 January 1913

- V ' - S' W- *;:■' ■■", ; waRmtm ' «':«&&■ ■ ' II a J i_u BJTTttfcirw'." ■ iwJlflntraiiMmM: - mmmivmtmm ?:>>r ■ "i : ■' ■', 1 - - ■■ ' ,:, '<*? ' '' . .J'-r ' •■ ' -v.v '■ '■ i ' ...: L-.J!.. .V'- '."', " -fi • •"■ ;- : ' ... t VJt' ; <-kt ifpll ' % :;' • v';.5" $y/' f I' .'•/ }.'*■.■ , ■iJ;$ .. , mPmL^ •> Initial Enrollment Offer, Limited Complete courses in either Bookkeeping, Shorthand, Telegraphy or the Spanish Language, $30.00, or 40 per cent less than our regular* published rates. This rate is ABSOLUTELY LIMITED TO FIFTY SCHOLATSHIPS-after that number has been sold, our regular rates will apply on all future enrollments. As this announcement appears this week in 8 different Newspapers, and will be read by thousands of readers, you cannot act too quickly if you desire to secure an education in any commercial branch, WHICH WILL REPAY ITS TO'iAL COST TWICE OVER THE FIRST MONTH YOU ARE EMPLOYED. Special Correspondence Class Rate, Shorthand or (Spanish, $15....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 14 January 1913

Ep? '■". V • '' y,\ ■■■'• ' >v"" Sri, - 'Mrf• wiMHWHI JH . \ OR# ' ■ rV ^ V.t' v" . >, JPlrfe' - -a .•;. - f' '1' 1 - '-'5.;'. pp^ p $g$jp "VfiER Sc. ERWIN, Publishers. } A. ^aper Devoted to the best Interests of the People. {rij>l«on, SI 00 Per Anmtwi VOL. 38. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JANUARY 14, 1913. NO. a. PLANS TO RE-FOREST EAST TEXAS. Timber Supply Decreasing. Houston, Texas: Mr. .Tno. TT. Kirby in hid repdrt to the Texas Welfare Commission estimate.? that the forests of Texas will be ex- hausted in a period of fifteen years and recommends that plans be con- sidered for re-foresting East Texas. The report if quoted below in part: "There were 31,934 mills in oper- ation in the TTnited States in 1910 producing 40,018,202,000 feet of lumber and of this quantity 14,143,- 471,000 feet was yellow pine. "There are 4G(J mills in Texas, 20 mills oj>erate exclusively upon hard- wood timber and 70 mills operate on both pine and hardwood, while the remaining 376 operate exclusi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 14 January 1913

v' v - 'Ai/"' SiB# $m -y^-''; mmmmmm he cass county sun A WEEK'S WOR Banger ft Erwln, Editor* and P wl What ia ao uBeleaa aa a pair of tight kid gloves In aero weather! ITCMft OF IMPORTANCE •EO FOR QUICK RRADINflk A Minnesota man fasted for 101 days, this being just 104% daya too long for ua. A Chicago Jurist says that a motor- cycle la a dangerous weapon. Ho must ride one. The apring fashions will be devoid of curves. Again, the thin woman comes Into her own. A new Japanese battleship Is called Helyel. Sounds more like a battle cry than a battleship. STATE, NATIONAL, FOREIGN Affairs Qivon Hore In Tabloid Form for Busy Readers In City and Country. The women of France are not good cooks, according to expert evidence. But, ah, the styles they wear! A Paris doctor has discovered a means of fattening one'by electricity. It muBt be a shocking operation. A Chicago woman says she can't live on $10,000 a year. She might try starving to death on that allowance. A New York woman, under a vow ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 14 January 1913

KPM ¥%>>>$ ijgm w .#■ - , • :*1 tr#' mf'Ji W* W&z['. I. I IS'«3 - r RUPERT HUGHES imLWDMM THE GOMEDY OF THE SAME MrtE. T T T IU,VSTi!iATJ£D EfiQM. PHOTOGRAPHS OF THE PLAY AS PRODUCED qpc/mNRY W. SAM\<30-., I I COPYjglOMT tftl gfc, M.K.PLY COt 10 8YNOP3IS. Ueut. Harry Mallory la ordered to the (Philippines. He anil Marjorle Newton Wecldu to elope, but wreck of taxlcab pre- 'vents their Beelnn minister on the way to !tho train. Transcontinental train Is tak- #n r on passengers. Porter has a lively Itlme with an Englishman and Ira Lath- p, a Yankee business man. The elopers ave an exciting tltno KeltlnK to the rain. "Little Jlmmle" Wellington, bound 'or Reno to get a divorce, hoards train n maudlin condition. Later Mrs. Jlmmle ppours. She Is also bound (or Kenn with ■amu object. Likewise Mrs. Sammy Whlt- teomb. Latter blames Mrs. Jlmmle for [her marital troubles. Classmates of Mal- llory decorate bridal berth, ltev. and Mrs. rrcinple start on n vacation. They decide to ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 14 January 1913

rap - ■' ifm . t «:".rYs W. L- ERWIN & ERWIN, EDITORS AMD PROPRIETORS. TIIKLM95 COCXTY 81!S pnMtehed ev*r> Totkltr, 1* *nt< J*d fct liie UnJen Jiotlofl<w m 5M- OJ.C1B*« m H<r hon, assoeiaii wi or imiiviiiaa! backer of pass C>uti<y T-xt*. , - Tiif Goroml**imii'i''< flnn'rt of this Couiilv is aathori/xd and require'I lo receive pr«posals from any bnnk m ibi- County tJint in ay Retire to Vte selected as : , ^ ^ the dt-pitisi'ory of ihf- funds of i GO cents «aid C -nnly Texn-. KATQS or St;BSCRIPT]ON": Biftjjle copy per year ' . f c ,ji " ^n^ibs * GOcents said Cass C"flnty r«a*. Saldj No papers sent on! without the cash depository will be- selected on j In advance; paper slopped when time is (jit. y ,,f t||t- term ot '■tit, or wi- low it ;Coramb-Oners' C. urt, which Obituary notices and cards of thanks j be 'l)e P'lh da\ <>i I t h lJlo wil'l e inserted at two-and-a-half cents ] Ail bids mn-t be itt not later r* >'«e than 10 oVIock 4. tn. of tlie atiove M...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 14 January 1913

* OPEN each Pencils 3c, 4c, 2c,... |q / ' l*elis 5c.,..;. iA 4C (Joz. Ink, per bottle 5c, *tC each Ladies Hose 2.V, Q- iflc, 10c ; OC pair Mens' half I Toko, Cn 22c, 15c, !)c Ob Mens' Ties -48c, 23c, C rt lie, 10c, 0c UU each Bo!8.sl!irt!o;;iy 30c Mens work shirts QOm 450', 44c and.*. JUli " Mens dress shirts 4Qn $1.00, S9c and *KJC « in placing Gas, our Opening Announcement, before our prospective custo- mers, we wish to outline our iiietbod of doftig business First, We buy for CASH and sell for CASH. This enables us to sc-11 goods cheaper than any % credit house can do, as YOU are not paying for what the OT31B:BC 1T0L- LOW bought and DID NOT PAV I'OK. Therefore, our terras are C/tWSI to ono and all, rich and poor alike. \\'& have one price for all, and that the lowest Hint can be made con- sistaut with sound business principles, therefore, Y03'I£ dollar will buy exactly as much -.if? any man'ri dollar. This is in our opinion jjnly a mat- ter of simple justice. Our stock is new...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 14 January 1913

U : -fS, £ '■ . J: ; ;,:, . \t: ■ | '^J>CSPRRM 7'^yM. *•, A, ;«v .*' y ' . • ; - , >., : ;j£. | - ,.i '" *:•-. ;-: ■ ;" ■;■■' ■'''#■■■ ^W^^IfcSBSB vi.„ Many young man la up with the lark because he kept the lark awake all night. Constipation causes many serious diseases. It la thoroughly oured by Doctor Piuroe'i Pleasant Pellets. One a laxative, three lor eathartlo. Adv. Crushing Rejoinder. A workman sat on a curb nursing an injured foot which had been struck by an Iron casting which had fallen Xrom the top of a building. "Did that big thing hit you?" asked a sympathizing bystander. The workman nodded. "And Is It solid Iron?" "No," replied the victim, "half of It la only lead." Roses In Medicine. Roses at one time figured prom- inently in the pharmacopoeia. Pliny gaves 32 remedies compounded of rose leaves and petals. Sufferers from nervous complaints used to seek relief by sleeping on rose pillows and one Is told that Helogabalus used to Imbibe rose wine as a pick-me-up after...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 14 January 1913

hhp gijjpp ' }•*.% ■'■ ;4,^r %-;r;---"^.1 < •■ 7 'T ,!; * .^'iC. < %t:'t ■- , . ■,VV Vj . . , .... * r ■>;'- Vi w.' /,1 PR? $£ >#% M'i,i = TEXAS LEGISLATURE TO MEET JAN. 14 NUMBER OF IMPORTANT MAT- TERS TO BE CONSIDERED. ffdUMU THE SENATORSHIP QUESTION Whether Johnston Will Fill Out expired Term of Bailey la Much Discussed. Un- Austin, Texas.—There are three top- ics now being discussed in connection with the convening of the legislature on Jan. 14. One is the speakership; another tho probable action In regard to filling the vacancy caused by the resignation of Senator J. W. Bailey, and a third is the prospective attitude of the governor toward the five rail- road consolidation bills to be intro- duced. There will be nine more members in this house than in the last assembly. The new total will be 142. The last apportionment did that, it is within eight of the constitutional limit. The constitution limits the membership of the house to 150 members and tho senate to thirty...

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