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

WmM M D. 0IVEN8 W.-C. 15 LA LOCK 8. n. VANCE | ; i I " 1 1 >jm t 0A8S COUNTY SUN 3. E. A. BANClKR W. L. KRWIN BANGER & ERWIN, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. tJmj. i -rr, -.c TlIUCASS COUNTY SES published every Tuesday, It entered at ttiu Lludbu postoflicu « Socoi>d;t'lBBs matter. DISTRICT CODRT. Cipt-Geo1Todd Dcad- "to Fubrourv o'tto 1M*. «,"i0"0" trieb Court uf Cimw County con. *• " " Oaaiity, M vened ho re yesterday, with Judge '"'3 home in ./i-ii'-i so.i last FI. F. O'Neal presiding, DistTict j Tuesday,after a lung aud honor- Clerk T. M. Powell, and Sheriff i **bl© iil> spe.yt in the legal frater- J. F. Mitchell in attendance. nity. Capt. Todd was well RATES ok subscription: Single copy per year ' $1.00 " six months ' 50 cents No-papers sent out without the cash | j \y Grsinberry, In advance; paper stopped when time is Jessie Bently, out, or we lose it. The Grand Jury was organiz- known throughout this seccion ed as follows, the-first name on of country and was held in hig...

Publication Title: Cass County Sun, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 4 February 1913

mmmmm MBBM . f"#g..' .'-.i Laces and Embroideries We have just received the largest as^ sorttnent ever in Linden. Oome and see for yourself. J R Buskin, of- Bryant) Mill FOR KALE OH RENT-—Three was here yesterday and gave us miles west of Linden, a good his renewal to the Sun. farm, 80 acres in cultivation, mSMaxXZm. oSrre"iu A"p,yM tbls The injurious effect and unplecsant- - -■--v-— j ness of takingcalomtl it done away wrth Buck Fiiylor, editor of the 1 by Simthons'Liver Purifier, the mildest Jefferson ./jmpleeute, was u known liver medicine, yet the most thor-; ca,,pr ftt the Hlm office ve8(er. ough inaction. Put up 111 yellow tin , boxes only, Pricc L'5c. Try once, used ' ' n,wa?!i^~v- I The fimfof Marett, Harris An X after your name oil A; Fant has di-<^<>1 v< «J, and til your paper indicates that your; those owing this tirm are re- subscription haa expired, and spectfnlly requested to coiue ; that you uiust renew at once if i forward and pay off their uc- mm 'i'/jr-...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 4 February 1913

v ..--j ■■ « : .jo*."- ; .• *r >■ ■ i W:-W®SJ7 - • 4-1 .. I ■ i km/ H < it iff J I I &> \ 11 I i \ U HE CASS COUNTY SUN Banger & Erwln, Editors and Propi. TEXAS SHEPPARD ELECTED FOR BOTH TERMS received majority in each HOUSE TO FILL VACANCY. §-m MANY SPEECHES WERE MADE Vote In House Is 87 to 54; In Senatt 17 to 12; No Contest for Reg- ular Term. Austin, Texas.—Hon. Morris She^ pard was Tuesday twice elected to be a United States senator from Texas. By a vote of 87 to 54 in the house and 17 to 12 iu the senate he was cuo eu to fill the vacancy caused by the res' ignatlon of Hon. J. W. Bailey, to fill ■which, temporarily and until the leg- islature should meet, Col. it. M. John- ston of Houston was appointed by Gov. Colquitt about three weeu .. By a unanimous vote Mr. Sheppard was elected to thy regular term as United State senator, beginning March 4, in accordance with instructions giv- '«n in the Democratic primary election in last July. Tho tw o houses met in joint...

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

■hW * m- ' %, ir . RUPERT HUGHES MMLIZEDHXM TO COMEDY OF TflE SAME MME. T T T 1 IUUSTRATED FROM. PHOTOGRAPHS OF THE PLAY A5 RCODUC0) W. S^SVAOB-. « ■ oocrffioMT VII (i, H.K.n.'V co 8YN0P3I9. ' Lieut. Harry Mallory Is ordered to the Philippines. He and Marjorle Newton Beclde to elope, but wreck of taxlcab pre- sents their seelnK minister on the way to |ho train. Transcontinental train Is tak- ing on passengers. Porter has a lively klme with an Englishman and Ira Lath- Irop, a Yankee business man. Tlio elopers have an exciting time getting to the kraln. "Little Jlmmle" Wellington, bound lor Reno to get a divorce, boards train In maudlin condition. Latftr Mrs. Jlmmle Mppeurs. Ehe Is also bound for Reno with ■ante object, i/lkewlse Mrs. Sammy Whit- jcomb. Latter blames Mrs. Jlmmle for jher marital troubles. Classmates of Mal- Jory decorate bridal berth. Rev. and Mrs, Temple start on a vacation. They decide Ito cut loose and Temple removes evidence jof his calling. Marjorle decides to le...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 4 February 1913

!! ■ *Twl ■ I t ! 'HE * '\ / ' ' . . UA.'TIST O. K. Williams, Pastor. iunday School at 10 o'clock a. m. cacb unday, S. H. Vance, Superintendent. Preaching every 2nd and 4th Sunday «>v the Pastor at 11 a. m. and at night Prayer mseting every Wednesday night. Ladies Aid Society meets every Satur- day evening M. E. CHURCH SOUTH J. T. HOOKS, Pastor Sunday School at 10 a. m. each Sun- liy, Elmer Brown, Superintendent. Preaching every First and Third Sun- Jay by the Pastor, at 11 a. m. and at night. I . iver meeting every Friday night. Houston, Texas.—The right to re- issue maturing securities in excess to the Railroad Commission valuation i3 one that is denied railroads by the State of Texas, although such securi- ties were legally issued prior to the passage of the Stock and Bond law. The opinion of men engaged in fi- nancing railroads was sought by the Texas Welfare Commission, recently adjourned. Mr. R. S. Lovett, execu- tive head of the Harriman lines, gave his views in part, as f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 11 February 1913

<2* ,"r C:?'; > ' iMil % IB •% i II IftCiER jk lltWIV Publishers. > A.Paper Devoted to th^ lUQst Tr . ■ , .. . , " , J(a _ _ _ x " uost JLni-eiestft ox the JPeople. 4 Subscription, 9I.OO l*er Aimmw VOL. 38. UNDsJN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1913. rr. r;r —- - r-na 111 wnniiiii—hih HENRY SETS PLAGE IN WILSON CABINET Selection of Congressman From Texas is Said to Have Been Alter Bryan Objected to A. Mitchell Paliiier. Now York, Feb. 3. —While Pres- ident-elect Wilsbn rofuWs to ac- knowledge lie had decided upon uny appointments outside of Joseph IJ. Tumulty to be his pri- vate secertar.y, it is known from sources close to the governor that he has reached a definite decision on four of his cabinet members. Among them is Rob- ert L. Henry of Texas, to be at- torney general, The selection of Mr. Henry it is fcaid, was made after communi- cation between Governor Wilson nnd his four closest advisers, William J. I'ryad and Senators Hoke .Smith, Gorman and Gore. The name of A.Mit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 11 February 1913

Sfftv ■' I-1 ■ $■ N < I | T jfi F'l CUT THIS OUT Recipe that Breaks 3 Cold In a Day and Cure* Any Curable Cough. "From your .druggist get half ounce IM-eV^ta,JPlne) Compound (Concentrated Take these two IHBffL.J?' Eut them Into & half pint of g<ftiUe ?."a cy: shake well and use In doses of one to two teaspoonfuls after aj ch meal and at bedtime." Smaller doses to chil- dren according to age. But be sure to *et only the genuine Globe Pine Com- pound (Concentrated Pine). Each half ounce bottle comes In a sealed tin screw- top case. If your druggist does not have It he will qulokly get It. Many mix- tures are of large quantity and cheaper, but It Is risky to experiment. This formula comes from a reliable doctor and Is certain. This was first pub- lished here six years ago and local druggists say It has been In constant demand ever slace. Published by the Olobe Pharmaceutical laboratories of Chicago. Following Order*. Doctor (to Mrs. J., whose husband Is very 111)—Has he had a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 11 February 1913

ymm r? i' i?v\ f^Rial ESft;^ * , CLEANING WITH KEROSENE BOY OBEYED ORDERS GIVE*! It l« 8ometlme« Indispensable, but Should Be Used With tha Great- est Caution. The soot that coata a frying P*® «an be easlHr taken off by sopping It with kerosene and scraping It off shortly afterwards with a pot chain. Kerosene never should be handled ear a Are. To cut the grease on the kitchen irange, kerosene Is Indispensable, but the stove should be perfectly cold be fore applying. First dampen a rag with the oil and rub over the stove, and follow this with a thorough rubbing with old newspapera, after which go over It with a rag dampened with a little ben* sine, to evaporate the oil. Do not build a Are In the stove un- til this Is evaporated, which generally will be In a few hours. Then wipe off nice and clean, after which give a coat of varnish. You will be surprised how little It will need blacking after the stove has been var nlshed. The top Is about the only part thai becomes soiled and which ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 11 February 1913

I [dA I ■ . .« r I 1 \ . M M!,\ I ; - 1'f <3ASS OOUNTY SUN 'SfH'fe,.1' ■"is?, J. K. A. BANGEK W. L. EKW1N BANGER & BRWIN, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. TIIBOASS COUMK swi>trtt:esica ^-'y TueaiUy, Is outi'ic'l lit tliuLiudei! p08tVUl5o an Si'uouU.Claes matter. ratus 01' subscripi'xon: 'Single copy per year ' $1.00 " six months 1 BOccnts 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 ccnts pci line DISTRICT COURT. Civil Docket. Another Glorious Chitterling Supper. t ... „ „ tl My venetable friend, J. R.Skel- Mrs Hairt Wolto v. Bro her., M||| CrMk co,n,nullity,|„ hood of Atuencun Yemen, <1um. M me tQ )n|(e 8 with aK«, judgment o„ per ufireo- Wm ^ Thll„(| ft, 8nkl ment filed. A J1 .Morgan vs E T Hnyo, to I dWlM Mrvfd ^.vcloac vendors lem, dismissed , (vas mQre tbnn delighted to ac such an invitation. Hence I chitlerlings would be one of the Of course 1 Should C...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 11 February 1913

" • : '■ —- --- .r. 11,. ■ I 4. <i i ■ i I f | 1 > RUPERT flUOHES 7KMLIZEDFRQM THE GOMEDY OF THE SANE MME. T T T IUVSXRATED FROM. PHOTOGRAPHS OF THE PLAY AS RftODUCEDl W. SAVAOE-. I COPY^IOMT tpll g*, M.K.FLY- C«k SYNOPSIS. ' Lieut. Harry Mallory Is ordered to the Philippines. He and Marjorle Newton Mecldu to elope, but wreck of taxlcab pre- Banta their aeelng minister on the way to lie train. Transcontinental train la tak- ing on passengers. Porter has a lively Hmi with an Kngll'hman and Ira I-nth- * p, a Yankoe business man. The elopers have an exciting time getting to the •rain. "Little Jlmmle" Wellington, bound tor Reno to get a divorce, boards train fn maudlin condition, l ater Mrs. Jtmmle Appears. She Is also bound for Reno with (ame object. Likewise Mrs. Sammy Whit- comb, l.atter blames Mrs. Jlmmlo for her marital troubles Classmates of Mal- lory decorate bridal berth. Rev. and Mrs •Temple start on a vacation. They decide Ho cut loose and Temple removes evidence «f his ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 11 February 1913

mm jfcjll :,y.V -'? 4:li.;,'«f| l>} frfi'ii BB-Si -■■ , V '■ i ■ • *"'1>' ♦•"' • TO-'i'TPBMBi 4&i ■ i > • * • ■*••*■,.".; -A a . O R V .- u ■ "K | f ■ i I 1 I r [L i) wf. — ' Ctttirclicg c aii Ml BAPTIST G. K. Wii.uams, Pastor. Sunday School at 10 o'clock a. m. each iunJay, S. II. Vance, Superintendent. Preaching every 2nrl and 4th Sunday by the Pastor ut 11 a. m. and at night ANCIENT STATUTE UNCGV ERED BY COMMISSION'S INVESTIGATION. A^ks Repeal of Law Eaacted ir 1871—Act Hinders Organi- zation of Private Corporations. , Dallas, Texas.—The Texa? Wel- fare Commission in its Investigation Prayer meeting every Wednesday of legislation in relation to tlie- or night. Ladies Aid Society meets every Satur- day evening M. R. CHURCH SOUTH J. T. HOOKS, Pastok Sunday School at 10 a. m. each Sun- day, Elmer Brown, Superintendent. Preaching every First and Third Sun- lay by the Pastor, at 11 a. m. and at niglit. Prayer meeting every Friday night. Methodist Home Mission Society meets...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 18 February 1913

'•*<* kit f: [ J i Sk L [ '•>!' l) tnf>LR Ac GRWIAIi Pabliahfrs. )* A Paper Devoted to the bout Interests} of the People. ^sub#cripsi n, fts ff® 3"i 3' abdim VOL. 38. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1913. NO. 8. district court, terrell pleads forharmony •hie following cases wdre dis- posed of last week: CRIMINAL DOCKET. State of Texan vs Grover Pow- ell, liguor dealer in local optiou territory,judgment nisi on bond. John Pevy, violating local op- tion law, nol proa. Hub Ilogers, violating local option law, jury waived, defend- ant guilty, fined $25.00 anil 80 days in jail. Lucius .Jones, murder, pica of guilty, sentenced 5 years in the penitentiary. Andrew Wilson, fogory, plea guilty, sentenced two years in the penitentiary. Jim Bewley, assault} verdict guilty, fined $10.00. Jim Bewley, aggravated as- sault, nol pros. Wilburn Wilson, assault, lined $5.00. E A Sturgis, selling patent medicines without license, pica guilty, fined $150.00. It M Browning, violating fish lr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 18 February 1913

WVi'-i- |V IF jV/ I' >f lrvv Sg VV 81'N * 1,1M SEVEN-HOUR BATHE m CITY OF MEXICO V« KAMt AN AK tl . U k j AHVIU*> KX CWvvSkk HAN«t USSR ES1MATE0 AT 1000 M«4aro . vi t,v*i ar« PfHrmirtW *#4 Vv«w4,V C0a«<0* H«*ulWa in * CV ^w. Wmn SUCCESS No i« -.; D*s Pbrat > G*U«o Medical Discoraj iatta*erat« X3U' A*k Yimm BM WAS NO PLACE FOR WCiM l*an>.\\> Not AH w Palter W t*> V*(vara CooK.n* M •* Hvmm AgaaftlK jspf; 15 IT«M« OP IMPORTANT* O0HO** MO rOK QUICK fttAMN* KHN ttoaa, *c «fcWi wW*A woet atrfc adoption ot tW stato six y to p*u*iias | fcoforo ttw tvJvnut coort «■« a Hot-j FOURTEEN YEARS suit UIWUL tOKIB >R>N ANaa Ktr* I* T«w w tvarfa"* tm OHy —4 Cvmmtry. po*ar> in Jaactk*. 4 to Regtond to Hfwjrfl bJ Lj&+ m*4 ok tfc* *«?aat* floor. (,'m o> Momoo, >V1k 12, ifco Vvd aa4 voboia fOij^M a ao\ *X* &0«* WW iit Uv«j Wtu <H <-a.y Whv.i *ju«i k.ieaa *ut *.u o ui pot* V,li)4]>,* aaa v 1H1V.JH t«oi«40> T*« lauor UtVtsl % toiflaa pot o* <>V w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 18 February 1913

* P W ■ ' • ■" ; : 1 ,." ; w^^wtv ; ii nfif- - 'Biif ' if nrra-'"' • • . ' / -,< - - ■ r>; sp ap®M w IBP w *EO!£M! IRUPERT flUGHES r 7WVEIZEDIRQM IflE COMEDY Of IRE SAME MML T T T IUUStRATED KRQM. PHOTOGRAPHS OF THE PlAY AS RftODUCED ^/UENRY W. S^VAGB-., i COPYJKCW (pn {k M K-tlv ook 8YNOP8I8. I.leut. Harry Mallory Is ordered to the I'hilpplnes. He and Marjorle New- ton deride to elope, but wreck of taxi- cab prevents their seeing minister on the way to the train. Transcontinental train Is taking on passengers. Porter na« a lively time with an Englishman and Ira Lathrop, u Yankee business man. The elopers have an exciting time getting to the train. "Little Jlm- mle" Wellington, bound for Reno to get divorce, boards train In maudlin con- dition. Liter Mrs. Jlmmle appears. Bhe Is also bound for Reno with same ob- ject. Likewise Mrs. Sammy Whlicomb. letter blames Mrs. Jlmmle for her mar- ital troubles. Classmates of Mallory Jtecorate bridal berth. Rev. and Mrs. Temple start on. a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 18 February 1913

v -y > ■v'- t :.- • • • ^'tSm^jiiSfrjtrr ^jo-'iaan B^MSftKBCs (B* w CASS COUNTY SUN Jury Enhd Road ana Bridge Fund General County Improvement Sinking Permanent School Fund, Interest Available Marion County Bouns," Fort Bend "bear Creek School Dist. Bonds, ;t l. 9,807.36 4,409.28 £091.59 90.92 16,871 11 1,421.51 2.088.6B 000.00 1 10,000.00 : fj. H. .VAN'Clu D. OIVKXS ■J. 10, A. BAKOR.B W. J;. lCltVVIN BANGER & .ERWIN, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS, GBNEBAX* STORE irittUASS COUNTY SUN published evt-rj Tuesday, 1h entered at thclJndon jioBtoftl'io as Socoud.eluBa matter. 425.00 katbs'O'f subscription: jingle copy per year ' $1.00 " sis months ' 50 cents No papers sent out without the cash $nl'ti advance; paper stopped when time is >->'ut, op we lose it. M JlPsSf l-C ■ m& I ? rr 4 Hi w ) 4 1 . I I; fflt • I ■ I F| 1 , % Lit?: Obitt!: rV notices and cards of thanks "T i|l tfc inserted at two-and-a-half cents pei line Mr. J. W. Tnyloa, an exper- ienced cot ton oil mill man, and...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 18 February 1913

11 I Jr I ' f fi i J PVIdHHI ;-'v* ri &- NEtf GOODS-NEW GOODS W 1 B i M :---. KV ^4 I 8 : Come arid see what we have. Ev- * ' x 1 eiything in the way of dress goods, the latest and newest. W.1.'-™'- J". ■■ I.' ■;."■■■ •••mmmmtmmtwmwmm We have also just opened up a com- plete line of Ladies' Ready Made Waists, Skirts and Dresses. Our Embroide^es and Laces are to be a specialty for ibis season asai Wc desire to invite the gentlemen to come and inspect our New Line of CROSSETT SHOES. They have the Style, they have the Quality, and the Prices are right. or all kinds Sewing Ma- chine#, Oils and Repairs, at ull kinds of prices see The Leather Man. / — ' ' - There were 8848 poll taxes paid in Cass County for the year 1912. If you want medicine for any kind of disease go to J, J. Storv. John S. Morris', the cash store, is the place to spend your ! money to got happy results. Onion sets at Sam Fauts. Mrs .]. T. Huff and sou C'leave- laud, nre visited her daughter Mrs. It. M. Storio^ of N...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 18 February 1913

•• • "' ■ . - * fei^ wm ■ >d-- wffvik m / hi: I K|> I - cohstIpation ■HP ' ' • ■■ • ■ ; ^ V :-3i- : aJI !S35| IBraWI BK«;<.■V ^ < t ■HBL Munyon's Paw-Paw Pills are unlike all oth- er laxatives or cathar- tics. They coax the liver into activity by gentle methods, they do not scour; they do not gripe; they do not weaken; but they do start all the secretions of the liver and stom- ach in a way that sor.l puts these organs in a healthy condition and corrects constipation. Munyon's Paw-Paw Pills are a tonic to the stomach, liver and nerves. They invigorate instead of weaken; they enrich the blood instead of impover- ishing it; they enable the stomach to get all the nourishment from food that is put into it Price 25 cents. All Druggists. EXCELLENTI For Every Bakinc CALUMET BAKING POWDER Best—because it's the purest. Best—because it never fails. Best— because it makes every bakinglight, fluffy and evenly raised. Best —because it is moder- ate in cost—highest in quality. At your...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 18 February 1913

rf I / >(i LIQUOR QUESTION BRINGS HOUSE FIGHT bagby amendment to bill of. fereo is defeated. ALAMO BILL IS ENGROSSED — 9f ;3Lot WBM — ^ ^/; • ■it: ' • ' • Wm**y ;■ w V W1' '' ■?' ,^KB^ v it •« .. -mm ===== Also Cotton Belt Consolidation, to Which No Opposition Was Ex- pressed by Members. Aimi.in, Texas.—The anomaly of tho anti phalanx of the house voting sol- idly for and a large majority of tho prohibitionists voting against a strin- gent proposal of liquor regulation was presented in the house Monday, when by a vote of 47 eyes and 71 noes that body defeated an amend- ment by Mr. Bagby to make it un- lawful for any person to carry upon his person, in his baggage or belong- lngB, or saddlebags, any Intoxicating liquor whatever Into any local op- tion territory, and to give all peace officers search and seizure author- ity for the enforcement of such pro- vision. The Bagby amendment was offered to the Allison bill to prevent the shipment of intoxicating liquors into local option t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 18 February 1913

S#$r S8S8 Rj iff -V&feil J8P '■ r-? liinrchcN ftf>;.. • v Ik. ■ I #'■ jfe?. ✓ J j - | m •, . J£i wn * « ed in ♦•OULT. 1 "Ultry, ! • 'jini * . ■, . BAPTIST G. K. Wiluami) PASTOR. Thing ■m Think. Sotrifc of the characteristics of the savage remain with the civi- lized man. The man who skins bis friends can probably trace Sunday, S. H. Vance, Superintendent Preaching every 2nd and 4th Sunday t>y the Pastor at 11 a. m. and at night Prayer meeting every Wednesday night. Ladies Aid Society meets every Satur- day evening M. R. CHURCH SOUTH J. T. HOOKS, Pastor Sunday School at 10 a. M. each Sun- day, Elmer Drown, 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. m. fiotlgr* A, F. & A. M. Linden Lodge No. 192 meets every 1st Saturday night in each month. L. C. Weaver, W. M. I. Iv. Lanier, Secretary. K. of P. Ulbcrta Lodge No. ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 18 February 1913

I ■ r: - ■ '/> .;■*< Sewing Repairs kinds oJ pricea see The Leather Man. ELGIN WATCHES 17 jewel, gizt) 18 in (if nn 20 year case..,.... v «J ™ 15 jewel, 8i«o 3( in 20 year case.. . R9K3 3* .. v > * - fj* -T*rvr* 3k Brick, Lime jemd Cement For Sale. 7 jewel, size 6 ii 20 year II. T. G. ase W*. " 17.50 12,50 . ... Just received a nice A WATCH is a delicate e.ssortmeht of Solid A^ehC?ri°pfi„Tmh,aSre -gnat and band ruins its adjustment ana Rings. Engraving no accuracy. A watch purchased by extra Charg©. mail is never worth its price when dd'Buy your Watch here A11 kir,ds SPectacle and it will b« in perfect conditio!) when LinC0S dUpliC&tSd. vou get it. 8. E. Ellington JEWELER Linden Merc, Bids;. North Side Sxuare. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE Coffins at Linden Mercantile Co. Lemons ut Sum Brants. Texas Red Rust Proof seed 0ftt9 ut the Linden Transfer Co. II. Seed IrUh potatoes at E SheftieUl's. ut I Plenty of Onion sets and fresh garden see<la at ,/ohn S. morris A complete line of...

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