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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 14 January 1913

' ■' ■ •' ' • f 3$ T-"v et;w %mw .. p~. . ii^K JBIM '2 ,: • 3 T O R V •tfY^vV • • I r.r&'W § ' I'lmrrltcN $ ~ *. KAPTIST Ci. K. Williams, Pastor. Sunday £>chool at 10 o'clock a.m. each Sunday, S. H. Vance, SiHX-rintcndent. Preaching every 2nd and 4th Sunday i'fcy the Pastor at 11*a. m. aud at night Prayer meeting every Wednesday Bight. Ladies Aid Society meets every Satur- day evening M. E. CHURCH SOfTH J. T. HOOKS, Pastor Sunday School at 10 a. m. each Sun- day, Elmer Brown, Superintendent. Preaching every First and Third Sun- day by the Pastor, at 11 a. m. and at Wight. Prayer meeting every Friday night. Methodist Home Mission Society meets f f it and Third Saturday at 2 p. tu. fjOri&T* A, F. & A. M. I.inden Lodge No. 102 meets evety 1st Saturday night in each month. I.. C. Weaver, \V. M. I. E. Lanier, Secretary. K. of P. Elbertn T.odge No. o"4 meets evory ?'idb'turday night in each monthi Elnnr Brown, Chancellor Commander. E. 15. BrLttgher, K. of R. & S. W. 0. ...

Publication Title: Cass County Sun, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 21 January 1913

1 k I. kl DINGER & EIVWIiY Publishers, > A. Paper Devoted to the best Interests of the People. {Saib cri| tion, t'J ©O i er Ansnatf LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JANUARY 81,1913. Wichita Falls, Texas., Jan. 1& Patrick Henry, Jr., who will rep- resent this district in the Lower House of the Texas Legislature introduced a bill to be known as the Juvenile Court Law modeled along the line of the statute now in effect in Colorado. The bill will provide; first, for a more liberal definition of a delinquent and dependent child and second, will assign an adequate remun- eration of the services of proba- tion officers, providing for one officer in counties of y0,0&0 pop- ulation or more,two such officers in counties of To,000 population or more; two to four such offi- cers in counties of 100,000 pop- ulation or more, making such officer optional in, counties of less than 80.000 population; third, will assign the poweca of Sheriff or Deputy Sheriff to pro- bation officers; fourth, th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 21 January 1913

/'• 19 / X S®pt JsMMi ■ ■' r A,'F• -1' • •' ; v . ■•H M ><^P:'- M simis fSR« MKSliP Constipation Vanishes Forever Prompt Relief—Permanent CurC CARTER'S LITTLE ~ UVER PILLS never (ail Purely vegeta- ble — act surely j Carters ITTLC but gently the fiver. Stop after dinner dis- tress-cure •ndigestion, - mprove the complexion, brighten the eyes. IMALL PILL, SMALL DOSE, SHALL PRICE. Genuine must bear Signature Cough,Cold SoreThroatl Sloan's liniment gives quick relief for cough, cold, coarseness, sore throat, croup, astnnia, hay fever and bronchitis. HERE'S PROOF. Mil Aldkht W. r«ics.«f Fredonta, Eku., writ«i: '• We us* Blosa's Uni- xneiit in the family and fln4 it an ei- oellent relief for ooldf and kay feve* attack*. It stops coughing and sno«a- ing almost instantly. « SLOAN'S LINIMENT RELIEVED SORE THROAT. Mrs. Ij. Brewer, of Modello, Fl*., writes: " I boucht one bottle of your Unlinent and It did me all the good in th. world. My throat was Terr sort, and It cured ma of uxj trou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 21 January 1913

P'r Y . 'rnmrnm 4. K. A. BANOER : ;a y" Wim OASS COUNTY SUN Citation By Publication L. BRWIN THE STATE OF .TEXAS, to the i ShesifT or any Constable of Cass Connty BANGER & ERWIN, I —Greeting: EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. [ TIUCGAS8 COUNTY SUN published ovfy Tucmday, 1b entered at tliu Lludcu (MiBtolUoa as Sccond.Cln.is matter. KATltS op subscription: Single copy per year ' $1.00 " six months ' 60 cents No papers sent out without the cash In advance; paper stopped when time is out, or we lose it. Obituary notices and cards of thanks will be inserted at two-and-a-half cents poi line JURY LIST. Following is the list of Grand and Petit Jurors for the Feb- uary term of the District Court of Cuss County, Texas. GRAND jtfRY. \V C D la lock, S I< Johnson, J W Cranberry, Jessie Bently, J R McCain, S T Wood, Ii C Wall, Clyde Evans, A M Wommack, John Herring, S J Rubanks, J A Haynes, P W Goodson, A S Lemmon, petit jurors first week. 0 A Bryan, Martin Cameror, J M McDowell, Abe Heath, A M Rl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 21 January 1913

• ! LI SERVE FOR BREAKFAST «OME RECIPES THAT ARE WELL WORTH CONSIDERATION. /Egg Cutlets Will Be Found a Worthy Change From the Old Styles— French Cook* Send Hlnta Con- I cernlng ' (her Dishes. Egg Cutlets.—Chop up three hard- [bolled eggs very fine and mix with Ithis two tablespoons bread crumbs, lone tablespoon grated cheese, a halt igill curry sauce, one tablespoon cream i&nd the yolk of one egg. Shape Into ismall cutlets or balk, flour, egg and Ibread crumbs them, then fry; then idraln well and serve, garnished with Ifried parsley. Coquilles of Eggs.—Moisten some ■anchovy butter with sufficient good white sauce to bring it to the proper consistency; then stir Into this some ifiliced hard boiled eggs; place this mixture in well buttered Bhellsi sprinkle the top of each shell with brrad crumbs and, if liked, a little grated cheese; dot tiny pieces of but- ter over the surface and heat in the oven. For the anchovy butter, wash, bone and pound four anchovies; rub this up smoothly...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 21 January 1913

\ * I mmm vm; Ml *>-~i HI tmi|vai«M| ■ j irt ijiwgfe'. -■••■■ --■ i, —'■ • •/- Mr A. D. Morriss, a ptomin erit business mint of Dongla Vtllo, wits u hu?!iiiffl*) visitor In Linden 3'e8tf?r«iny. If you want medicine of all kinds mid any kind go lo J «J Story. Our Motto: "Buy Cheap, Sell Cheap, Get a Bargain, Give a Bargain." Calico, per yard, Ge, e- I ^ riiambray " Gin hams, " 9c, 8e, 7c Ma 11 ress Tiokiupf, yd j Outings, per yard Cut ton Checks, per yard 0^ Toweling, per vard, 14c, rr _ 12c, 7c .. OC Sheeting, Oc, Sc, and Ludies and.. Underskirts, 98c, 50c Ladies' Xight Gowns, 98c, iQ* 75c, and....; Hub Childrens Dresses, each 47c Childrens Underwear, per |/[p garment IHU Combs, i}5c, 20c, 10c, and Hair to.. Brushes, 50c down Tooth Brushes, 23c, 10c, and Collates Tooth Paste,22c and 5c 7c 5c i2c Judgtr 15. AMIIday, of Athuiln, attending to legal mutters here yesterday. ,0. C. Barns, u highly respect- led citizen of the New Colony | community, was a visitor t > Lin den one day ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 21 January 1913

/ ' m ...JKj ... i i3.J J ■ 11 t|| I 7(^0 Ife: ■•:.; ^ '*• *• ^ ,■"•■■■ '.. ,;%: ■■ :H'| I I ' 5*H'. wv6ffl$w5^S? THE CASS COUNTY SUN Banger * Erwln, Editors and Props. SLINDEN. - •s TEXAS Report* from the mlllenlum Indicate But It hu been delayed again. Hydrocyanic acid la sure death tp lata, mloe, Insects—and children. The English language la employed by 150,000,000 people. A. few do mot ■anrder It rflar breaka Into a house and a only a cornet. He deaerrea • < legle medal. Now the question Is, what will a feurteen-lnch gun do If it doean't ex- ►lode before it doea ltt A Pennsylvania Judge fined his wife |eo and costs because she sold In- ferior catsup. Probably he had to eat It himself. TEXAS LEGISLATURE OPENS 33RD SESSION RESOLUTION PROVIDING A ROLl CXLL VOTE TABLED. TERRELL ELECTED SPEAKER Vote 87 to 51 for McKamy—Right tfl Seat of A. M. Kennedy Challenged but no Action Taken. Dr. Sun Yat Sen Is coming over to this oountry to ask a loan of $200,- •00,000. Have you that much t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 21 January 1913

*fl '• 'W I 1 m* ill, ' — dv - •BCTSEnfc! RUPERT RUdflES NOVELIZED FROM THE GOrtEDY OF TflE SAME flAME. T T T IVWStRATCD FROM, PHOTOG/ZAPHS OF THE PLAY" AS PRODUCED W. SAVAOE". I I COPY0IOHT yll M.K.FIY CO r c 8YN0P8I8. I Ueut. Harry Mai lory Is ordered to the Philippines He and Marjorie Newton *lde to elope, but wreck of taxleab pro- mts their HeelnK minister on the way to Ec train. Transcontinental train Is taK- K on passengers. Porter has a l'v®'y t>e with an Englishman and Ira La.n- Sop. a Yankee business man. The elopers Slave an exciting time getting to the Lin. "Little Jlmmle" Wellington, bound Heel Kren W, « mnKCt! UUBWICOS ■- ave an exciting time getting to the a*ln. "Little Jlmmle" Wellington, bound tor Reno to get a divorce, boards train maudlin condition. Later Mrs. Jlmmle •pears. She Is also bound for Reno with m object. Likewise Mrs. Sammy whlt- jmb. Latter blames Mrs. Jlmmle for >er marital troubles. Classmates of Mal- ory decorate bridal berth. Rev. and Mrs. Te...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 21 January 1913

m a IpSBf? It |K® : I I ■-.Tfe, I ■ — v, 09 C T O R "Y i-hiiiTheii BAPTIST 0. K. Wimjams, Pastor. Sunday School at 10 o'clock a.m. each Sunday, S. H. Vance, Superintendent. Preaching every 2nd and 4th Sunday by the Pastor at 11a.m. and at night Prayer meeting every Wednesday night. Ladies Aid Society meets every Satur- day evening . M. E. CHURCH SOUTH J. T. HOOKS, Pastok Sunday School at 10 a. m. each Sun- day, Elmer Brown, Superintendent. Preaching every First and Third Sun- day by the Pastor, at 11 a. m. and at night. Prayer meeting every Friday night. Methodist Home Mission Society meets f" fit and Third Saturday at 2 p. in. Lodge* A, F. & A. M. Linden Lodge No. 192 meets every 1st Saturday night in each month. L. C. Weaver, W. M. I. E. Lanier, Secretary. K. of P. Elbertn Lodge No. 374 meets evary ldb'turday night in each month. Elmer Brown, Chancellor Commander. E. E. Brougher, K. of R. & S. W, O. W. Beechwood Camp No. 497 meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday night in each m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 28 January 1913

J." * 1 • -v. BSHA': ■•• ■ .' ''V «#> "jafWWfv p:v. / : ■ ! - if ft V\nl;R ic fHira Hiblishcri. !• A I*aper Devoted to the best Interests of the People. \ Subscription, $1« Per Amwauf VOL. 38. LINDEN, ^EXAS, TUESDAY, JANUARY X8, 1913. NO. 4. Water most valuable agricultural asset. Enough Wasted Annually td Supply 6,000,000 Acres. Conservation Urged. The cry of water arising from the arid regions of Texas lias caused the Texas Welfare Commission to in- vestigate the subject of irrigation. The report of tlio commission shows ih&t we now have 425,000 acres of land under irrigation in Texas today, «ud of this rea 275,- 0<i0 acres arc in rice and 1.50,000 in general crops and the land is the most valuable in the state. The report further states that water is our most valuable agricul- tural asset. According to the re- port of the division of irrigation in- vestigations of the United States De- partmeitt of Agriculture, there is wasted into the Gulf of Mexico through the ordinar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 28 January 1913

J " : :.. ,:':V:,. ■ ' : . ■&- '■ ' ' ■ M "HE CASS COUNTY SUN Banger A Erwln, Editors and Propi. iLINDEN. - TEXAS The weather nuui may well be proud pC himself. The German emperor has composed tie muslo tor a ballet He ought to ■tags It Violet Is the mourning color of Tur- key. Probably their hymn of death te "Sweet Violet*." If this country Is too noisy how did the lady ever manage to live through all these years in ltf Consider the ways of the eggs, we are driven to the conclusion that this Is a hen-pecked country. ▲ Dulutli man held off a pack of wolveB with foux cigars. Qlft cigars sometimes come In handy. A ParlB banker who "lifted" $30,- 000,000 again showed financial dexter- ity by jumping a |40,000 bail bond. Can you brace yourself for a ter- rible shock? Pharaoh, says an Eng- lish professor, was only a fat, old man after all. Mr. Wlson plans moving pictures that will talk, somebody having told him that we do not have talk enough already. A New York artist has discovered...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 28 January 1913

'S'-S.k;.<* t'.'vvS ssESEsffireJI*! fHlK*: f" r 111 ) 1,7 \ •' . ' v- ' *-.-• iMy7rffijtff1"'!rh •"'-'- *. ' ■ -. . ' J n' . * - '•>..■.• ' *& Y- WMMi ! RUPERT HUGHES NOVELIZED FROM IftE COMEDY OF TflE SAME, i MME. T T" T ; I II I— !■ ■■■! I———r~ ■ T 1UVS1KATED ERQH PHOTOGRAPHS OF THE PLAY AS R«OI>UC1EI > /lENRY W. S^AOpij, 1 • i * 1 I COPrjglOMT U>11 |Jb AaK.fI.Yi CO SYNOPSIS. TJeut. Harry Mallory !« ordered to the Philippines. He and Murjorle Newton decide to elope, but wreck of taxlcab pre- vents their ueelnR minister on the way to the train. Transcontinental train Is tak- ing on passengers. Porter has a lively time with an Kngllshrnan and Ira Latn- rop, a Yankee business man. The elopers have an exciting time Retting to the train. "Little Jlmmle" Wellington, bound for Reno to get a divorce, boards trnln In maudlin condition. Later Mrs. Jlmmle appear*. She Is also bound for Reno with same object. Likewise Mrs. Sammy Whit- comb. Latter blames Mrs. Jlmmle for her...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 28 January 1913

/ • ; ■*v-?V ,V-V ■ ' ' ■'■• - ; ' / !•; M * >|| IS J .. r. OASS COUNTY SUN J. K. A. RANGE It W. I.. KltWIN BANGER & ERWIN, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. TIIKCASS COUNTY SUN publlebed eVery Tnosday, is entered at tboLiudpu poatolllce as Secoml;Cl Bb mattor. kates of subscription: 6ingle Copy per year ' $1.00 six months ' 50 cents fjo papers sent out without the cash tn advancU; paper stopped when time is <>ut( or we lose it. Obituary notices and cards of thnnks wil 1 be inserted at two-and-a-half cents pei line Who Is To Blame? The daily papers of last Friday published to a horror shocked World the awful crash that fell up- on the city of McKenny, Texas, when a large three story build- ing came crushing down upon the heads of people that were within, either as sellers or as buyers, killing eight and crip- pling many more. As we understand it, the build- ing was a large double, three story house, the first and second stories beiug occupied as one or perhaps two large mercanti...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 28 January 1913

■ ' . ' '/ :■ ■ -v . , ' ' •' - ; ;• • • , . •-, , ,.., ... • .. ~ ' - v "f'~r v/?*w r, ^ • • ir' • I 'r'f > v ■■ :K4MRmm *; i i shh a. jj.jl~.iu ■ 1 Ideal Trading Co •> < %\' $pt 1 I Our Motto: "Buy Cheap, Sell Cheap, Get a Bargain, Give a Bargain." P. H Stove and wife and little son of Shilow, visited his sister Mrs. T. L Nipper last week. Onion Sets! On ton Sets!! at the Linden Mercantile Go's. J. F. Kay, a prosperous suw mill man, of Hughes Springs I l'0Pru^ bIj'm °r men*s «iad feoys Route 2, was transacting busij'^^ S Calico, per yard, Oe,.. 'Chain bray " Ginghams, " 9c, 8e, • p ••• 7c Mattress Ticking, yd JQC Outings, per yard Cotton Checks, per yard..... 0^ Toweling, per yard. 14c, k 12c, 7c «->C Sheeting, 9c, 8c, and 7c Ladies' Underskirts, 98c, 50c Lndies' Night Gowns, 98c, ^Qp 75c, and Hww Childrens Dresses, each. 47c Childrens Underwear, per I A- garment.-.. IHu Combs, 35c, 20c, 10c, and Qq Hair Brushes; 60c down to. 7c Tooth Brushes, 25c, 10c, Cp and uu Coign...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 28 January 1913

ngS: N1 §•.,*£ •.1 afiSS Sitt' ' A- Sfiai* #*r. WSSSm&M&tiwsSfc^! Ur JfM 1 I FARMER'S WIFE AIMOSHWBECK Restored to Health by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound—Her Own Story. Westwood, Md.—"I am a farmer** wife and do most of my own work when I am able. I bad nervous spells, fe- irtile weakness and terrible bearing down pains every month. I also suf- fered much with my right side. The pain started In my back and extended around my right side, and the doctor told me it was organic inflam- mation. I was sick every three weeks and had to stay in bed from two to four days. "It is with great pleasure I tell you what Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has done for me. I have fol- lowed your directions as near as possi- ble, and feel much better than I have felt for years. When I wrote you be- fore I was almost a wreck. You can publish this letter ir you like. It may help to strengthen the faith of soma poor suffering woman."—Mrs. John F. Richards, Westwood, Maryland. Women w...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 28 January 1913

B*.'«SbSS •i: * ====== " • COLQUITT AND MAYES TAKE OFFICIAL OAT! MEMORABLE INVOCATION BY RT REV. BI8HOP KIN80LVING. GOLDEN RULE IS PLATFORK Governor Declare* It la 8tlll Beat Eve Devised to Govern Legia- latlon. Austin, TexaB.—With the custo toary impressive ceremonies and witl pervading atmosphere of pleasantnes and cordiality, the oaths of office wen taken by Gov. O. B. Colquitt and Lieu Gov. Will H. Mayes, with formalitie commencing at high noon in the hous house of representatives Tuesday. Ai aociate Justice Nelson Phillips of th« supreme court administered the oatl to each official, the venerable Chiei Justice Drown, although sitting upoi the speaker's platform at the left o the chair, not officiating because o. physical indisposition. A memorable Invocation was offered by Right Itev Bishop Kinsolving. As he stood upoi tho speaker's platform trembling witl emotion of his words, he prayed thai the legislators assembled might recog nlze their offices and services for th< Btate...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 28 January 1913

. . , <? if 5*a- SVA- ;.N ! 1 - :,V;'4 IDIIiJSCTOftlT Citation By Publication thiirclu'i BAPTIST G. K. Williams, Pastor. Sunday School at 10 o'clock a.m. each Sunday, S. H. Vance, Superintendent. Preaching every 2nd and 4th Sunday by the Pastor at 11 a. M. and at night Prayer meeting every Wednesday night. Ladies Aid Society meets every .Satur- day evening M. E. CHURCH SOUTH J. T. HOOKS, Pastok Sunday School at 10 a. m. each Sun- day, Elmer Brown, Superintendent. Preaching every First and Third Sun- day by the Pastor, at 11 a. m. and at night. Prayer meeting every Friday night. Methodist Home Mission Society meets * f;t and Third Saturday at p. in. Lodges A, F. & A. M. Linden I.odge No. 19S2 meets every 1st Saturday night in each month. L. C. Weaver, W. M. I. E. I.anier, Secretary. K. of P. Elberta I<odge No. 371 meets cvory fdb'turday night in each month. Elmer Brown, Chancellor Commander. E. E. Brcugher, K. of R. & S. w. o. w. Beecliwood Camp No. 497 meets every 2nd ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 4 February 1913

'ift St ■tat®'' V™ &«, 1 ,< ' ' .• -SS-.. , !>*■ *, %, s-'#P5®®i^/af3i." w B1W '■*&, If ■:'' df?l-: Hn flgpn :W W ' | RH vr •:■;• .-: >;■■ ft" •>"'■' ?* ' '* I i \ IllM.llt a. mwm, Publidicn. ^ A. Paper Devoted to the best Interests of the People. {HafewrtpMra, W ®® « «r aukikk VOL. 38. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1913. NO. 5. FARM LIFE COMMISSION ."' «•*"C',••♦' i'.' .'«- * Tr-r■-?-' Secretaries Study Farir L;r; Conditions—Head of Farmers' Union to Manage Bureau. The Texas Farm Life Commis< « si on is going to inaugurate a move- ■-ei v ; "keep the hoys on the farm" h1 I toy propose to do this by mak- ing farm life more attractive ant] the biuin^s of farming more remun- erative. Many 0! the youngsters, at- t; tftcd by the glare of the city, leave ti;e farm before realizing the won- derful possibilities that surround them in their country homes. Then t'pre are problems in production . yd marketing that must be solved through organized effort. The commis...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 4 February 1913

f> ' •' ** - NMt ■■■•. /WflHiW ' .k£5 WWIltS&'MS •;fe ; • ,: jv.y EwBffiaSa • . More Economical Both in Use and Cost CALUMET BAKING POWDER — And it does better work. Simply follow your customary method of preparation — add a little less of Calumet than when using ordi- nary baking powder. Then watch the result. Light, fluffy, and even- ly raised — the baking comes from the oven more tempting, tastier, more wholesome. Calumet insures the baking of an expert. Ask your grocer to-day. RECEIVED HIGHEST AWARDS World's Pure Food Exposition, mu csition 1912. TEA ==— E&g S3 m ™™,!HPS 1 Yoa don 't tape money ichen you bug cheap or big-can baling powder. Don't be misled. Buy Calumet. It'i mora economical — more wholesome — jioet beet results. Calumet Is fat superior to tour milk and soda. A GOOD HABIT Tea when you are tired, particularly if it's lipton's Xt sustains and cheers Office Seekers Blue Book and Manual Written by Washington Newspaper Corrospondenl who ha* enjoyed confidenc...

Publication Title: Cass County Sun, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 4 February 1913

■sffws&SI "V!"y '.\V,' • .-•'••' '" - ;r S m, fe: J«& 8a fc -• % mwsBWWSE ■ JE - «p® .«•..«* •« i«< i •; v?-'. ' v v, *- '-fei. :-:3..-.' = <ww. 9^ |PS ' * > :,.-: • = ■• " - ■ I l i ■ I 11 I k GET SUITABLE WALL PAPER Point of Importance In the Household That I* Too Frequently Set Aside. You paBS most of the days and nights In the house. Always your gaze Is on Its walls. If the walls are right the room Is right, but If they are wrong you can never do a thing with that room until the walls are done over. Make a study of wall pa- per. Go to the paper dealer's sev- eral times and do not be In a hurry about making the selection. Have two rolls of the paper you think will suit sent home. Arrange the widths side by side In the room the paper Is Intended for. Let them remain there for a day or two. and. take every opportunity to study the effect, noting how the color and design agree with the carpet, the furniture, and the gen- eral aspect of the room. Two widths are bette...

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