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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 18 February 1913

mz 4 3Wl$!$S V". ^ %^:r,,T t ■ ■ «fcyr:ffl K ■ ®fJwlp mmmm ■■■!* "'<';• .. ??* ■ ■ .. '":. i? ,',r.',-J:''^-#r ■•''■. - i. :: . - • •■ ■"'• !vWte" wftkC* | H v ' ;a? ■ Kir ■ it/- .1 | if.,* 1 s \ I *1 \ ITHE CASS COUNTY SUN Bangw A Erwin, Editors and Prop*. LINDEN,, - TEXAS PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY BILL FINALLY PASSES f OPTIONAL WITH PARTIES WHICH CA8T LESS THAN 50,000 VOTES, ANOTHER STATE NORMAL Brelsford Bill Appropriating $100,- 000 for Twenty-Eighth District la Passed by Senate. Austin, Texas.—Mr. Townsend ne- gotiated the final passage of the bill providing for the holding of presi- dential primaries In this state. It was amended, but not materially. The bill provides that the presidential pri- mary be held on the fourth Tuesday of May, when the people shall register their first and second choice for pres- ident; also to select delegates to the national convention and presidential electors. The reutrns of such elec- tion would be made to and canvassed by the state executive comm...

Publication Title: Cass County Sun, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 25 February 1913

' c ' • V" ' K ' •• v . •' . .'V . ' • ■v • >'•' :: . . / / . i ■ % Wffi.P- BliWWWwVaWil $$8 35 v- s jf 0w mZhto'wHB ii . j . •; ■ i •-.' f' . *.# «•'• i iwSj.ifS? • -, - ' ML , ) ?n ^ \ ,v '' v' • 8tll*lBBtt A i:itUI,\ Publishers. ^ A. Papei- Cevoted to the bost Interests of the People. 1 Subscription, Sl.oo Per Aiistusr VOL; 38. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 2b, 1913. NO. 8. BQMMISSIONERS' COURT. (Crowded out last week.) Ordered by the court that the following named persons be and are hereby appointed presiding judges and judges of elections for the various election precincts of Cans Co. Texas, namely: Linden—Jus E Harris, A L Kelley, O N Hint's, Joe Camb- bell. Kildnre—Thomas Walker, 01- lin Lemmoti, Fd Shelton. Lanier—Tt L Knight, G B bums, .1 W Stone, \V I) Greene. Hear Creek—W T Stanfotd, W E Hill. Galloway—I) II Humphrey, J t) Boon. Avingrr—S A Orr, Will GrifFis, \V B Duncan, Hand Sturdivant. Hughes Springs—A M Shelton, C .M Hull, C H Hefner, George Williams. Hermitage—...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 25 February 1913

* m EpSfe; MnHRL-w. „ !Ri OTB 3TO ' - vTlWP'X', ":; \ W? £ t-fe ; IffiifSPK TninSimrPr^^'-'^K* ©7 pj® nT I .„*'' * n.' la •*1 Y ITHB CASS COUNTY SUN t Erwjn, Editor* and Prop*. fcjNDEN. .... TEXAS MADERO IS PRISONER OF HIS OWN TROOPS OUSTED FROM MEXICAN PRES) DENCY—HUERTA PROVI8- r IONAL RULER. FIGHTING CEASES; 2000 DEAD Federal General Blanquet at Head ot Plot to Overthrow the Gov- ernment—8,000 Wounded. City of Mexico.—Francisco I. Ma- ttero has been forced out of the pres- idency. He was arrested at the Na- tional Palace shortly after 3 o'clock Tuesday afternoon by Gen. Banquet. Gen. Victoriano Huerta, commander of the Federal troops, was proclaimed provisional president. About the time Madero was seized by Blanquet, his brother, Gustavo Madero, the former minister of finance, was arrested by Gen. Huerta, who was dining with him in a restaurant. All members of lue cabinet were promptly placed under arrest, with the exception of Ernesto Madero, the uncle of the president, who held...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 25 February 1913

I Bi *• ( ■" 1 - x Sin '• :' « S \W': > ' ■* ■■ IgPSiFfS l r Wimmn . =5 BO I • • ■HAUGHES /KML1ZED FROM IRE COMEDY OF THE SAME NAME. T T T IUVSTRATED FROM. PHOTOORAPH8 OK THE PI^AV AS PJeODUCCD ■^HBNFCY W. SWWA.O&s, i stcpywiomt A.K.n,Y «k from bis grasp, confronted ht-a with bewildered anger. Mallory caat to- ward Marjorle a look of surrender and despair. Marjorle tald iter band on ber tbroat and In pantomime sug- gested that Mallory should throttle Kathleen, as he bad promlaed. But Mallory waa Incapable of fur- ther violence; and when Kathleen, with all ber coquetry, bent down and murmured: "You are a very naughty boy, but come to breakfast and we'll talk It over," be waa ao addled that he answered: "Thanks, but 1 never eat breakfaat." 8YNOP8I8. tleut. Harry Mallorv la ordered to the Phllpplnea. He and Marjorle New- ton decide to elope, but wreck of taxi- cab prevents their aeeInK minister on the way to the train. Transcontinental n passengers. Porter with an Englishman tra...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 25 February 1913

mk. iuT r\ iK*>1* • W i 'y* 1 v 2 r," v &J m> w B « ] 9 2 W MM: EKWIN Bf f WW .. !t i.. V. ' T- / r/ /vv «r TUK0A8B COlfNTV SUN pnlilUb«d every Tueoilay, 1 eutorud &t the Liu Jen pottofflca (is SeovudlClMS matter. rates op subscription: Single copy per year ' $1.00 " six months 1 50 cents No papers sent out without, the cash fn advance; paper stopped when time is out, or we lose it. Obituary notices and cards of thanks will be insetted at two-and-a-half ccnts pci -Ikie Green Horseley> rape, ve not Guilty , T. B. Butler, murder, jury failed tcf agree, 7 for acquita), 6 for conviction. Old Maids Convention a Grand Success. The Gld Maids Convention presented here last Friduy night by the Methodist Ladies Aid Society, was a success in every res poet. The ladies are to be congratulated oil the splendid manner in which the play was carried out. They are making a noble effort to raise funds to pay on a $37.").00 note against the parsonage, and should be in- couraged and as...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 25 February 1913

* ' - • ' VmUm % MStyto. r.ie 1 Id |r T F° Jli" IS. liil it Come and see what we have. Ev- erything in the way of dress goods, the latest and newest. ■#* We have also just opened up a com- plete line of Ladies' Ready Made Waists, Skirts and Dresses, j- Our Embroideries and Laces are to be a specialty for this Season. LADIES AND MISSES RAIN COATS. Wc desire to invite the gentlemen lo dome and inspect our New Line of CROSSETT SHOES, They have the Style, they have the Quality, and the Prices are right. ~au— LINDEN MERCANTILE CO. ■ ( -V ^ --i;* ■ LOCAL INTEL LTG EJVCE <>it Hi ts and Garden Seed 'at E !! -fljcftield'?. Collins ut Linden Mercantile (jo. Lemons at 8am Funis. ... . . ..... f„v4 ^ w Texas Itwd Lin-il Proof seen1 J. () imrbam has moved from oats ul the Linden Transfer Co.jtlteXew (joitm.v community, lo lit p ii A t lan t a to u to 'I. Seed In-ill potatoes at l. n.| _ J _____ , Sheffield's. Onion! Sets and seed Irish , . Tc ^nritx^1 potatoes at Harris Duncan & ,). I....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 25 February 1913

fffl «• V - ■> CONSTIPATION Manyon1* Paw-Paw Pills sure unlike all oth- er laxatives or cathar- tic*. They coax the liver into activity by gentle methods, they do not icour; they do not gripe: they do not weaken; but they do start all the secretion* of the liver and stom- ach in a way that aooa pats these orgar* 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 cent*. All Druggists. UP TO HINI. kW" ' w v >. vv \ "Do you think your sister favors my suit ?" "Well, It's all right If you come through, but If you don't she favors • ult for breach of promise." Unpicked Grapes Go to the Poor. A curious old law, which dates from 1779, has been used to sentence the owner of a vineyard at Capestang, near Bezlers, France, to a fine and costs for...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 25 February 1913

i II SH n .sip mm % v.. u --A '"• v,."' •> >S N! GATHERED fcVERl W. T. McGuIr# of Italy claim* thV the distinction of owning the oldest horse In the state. The animal Is past thirty-nine years old and said to be hale and hearty. • • • Lon. C. Mill of Harllngen, Cameron county Is said to be the richest In- dian In the world. He owns eleven automobiles and his wealth Is esti- mated at $16,000,000. He is a full blood Choctaw. • * • More than |2,D00 worth of skunk faldes were recently shipped from Kden, Concho county. There were 30v i express packages in all. The hides brought as high as $10. * * * A wildcat, seven feet long, was kill- ed near Orange last week. It was of the tiger variety and was the larpest one ever seen in that section of the Btate. • « * The voters of Cleburne are discuss- ing the advisability of holding pri- mary election to select the city ofll- cials. The Socialists state that will run a ticket of their own. * * * . The dates for the next annual Fat. j V Sto...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 25 February 1913

;<■> « latf tzm «vluircl|os 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 11a. m. and at night Prayer meeting every Wednesday night. Ladies Aid Society-meets every Satur- day evening M. IS. CHURCH SOUTH J. T. HOOKS, Pastor Sunday School at 10 a. m. each .Sun- day, Elmer Brown, Superintendent. Preaching every First and Third Sun- day by tlu^astor, at 11 a. m. and at night. Prayer meeting every Friday night. Methodist Home Mission Society meets f' t';t and Third Saturday at 2 p. m. Lodge* A, F. & A. M. Linden Lodge No. 102 meets cveiy 1st Saturday night, in each month. L. C. Weaver. \V. M. I.E. Lanier, Secretary. K. of P. filbertn Lodge No. 374 meets evory id.vturday night in each month. Elmer Brown, Chancellor Commander. U. E. Brcugher, K. of R. & S. \V. O. W. Bcechwood Camp No. 40" meets every ' 2nd and 4th Salurday night in each month* 0. T. Bartlett, C...

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

' S^-'l :•:?/ v'■-1' '';'|v' 1 ^ . t jjfe':;■y- T '0i •: *■ '"WN? iiftr* • "■ v."", "" v<&n ,, : -> . ' > tm V -Y- ' v* ■ ■''■ ':■;>'<*■" « -J p' W< • **& a , < - ■■ ' ■ v-. . w t 1' ^w> I ■■ Wr~ ! ' p. Pi 4 5,;.; I) /•rff i gfotmtg B4IV<;EB & F.RWIN, Publishers. > A. Paper Devoted to the best Interests of the People, { Subscription, S100 Per Auatufl VOL. 38. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, MARCH 4, 1913. NO. 9. LEGISLATION ENCOURAGES WAREHOUSES. E. A. Calvin Austin, Texas, Feb.—Hon. E. A. Calvin, representative from Harris County and one of the leaders in progressive legisla- tion, in the Lowef House, piloted the resolution through the Leg- islature calling for a constitu- tional amendment permitting counties to issu# bonrls for build- ing ware houses for storing and marketing cotton according to plans of I lie l'\irmcrs' I'uion. >'r. Cidria was ahjy instrumental in defeating the full crew bill thereby saving tho shippers of Texas u million doll...

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

m \ ijy • • • I , •f . !f> #• FOLETS "* HONEYS l> COMPOUND STOPS COUGHS -CURES COLDS CuitolM Ho OpU — Is S«f« For Children It Pays to Clip UOMIfl, Mil LIB I«4 cons. Thenar* healthier end rentlerbottereervlo*. When the huevreoet that holds the wet tweet *na dtrt la reinoved.ther ar« more euntly kept clean, look better—uret more good from their feed and are better In ever/ way. Inelst on linvlng The Stewart Ball Bearing Clipping Machine It turns easier, clips faster and closor and stays sharp longer than any other. Gears are allllle bard and out from solid friCB ete«l bar. They are en- q. —m «/> cloned, protected J*nd ® M u . and run In oil: little frlo- tlon.llttle wear. Has si* feet of new style easy running flexible shaft and the celebrated Htewert single tension clipping head, highest grade. u t on* from our drilrriefeTJ machine guaranteed to pleane. CHICAGO FLEXIBLE SHAFT CO# Wells and Ohio 8ts. CHICAGO, ILL. Write for complete new catalogue showing world's largest and m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 4 March 1913

fl JH «? . 1 i TAKE PUCE MUSHROOMS When 8uc«ul«nt Rallah l Unobtain- able, Fried Radl he«, Properly Pr . pared, Are a Qood Substitute. Mushrooms are fast becoming a /necessity In the household of epicures, 'but there always cornea a time when Ifreah one? are not obtainable and when a spice of a little extra elegance Is needed for the larder, or to add a [flavor to a grilled steak or a succu- lent chop, a good aubatltute for the champignon la found In fried r dlah- •s. peeled, and browned In plenty of ■butter. When brown and tender, ar- tange around the meat and aeod Into the table, and wait for the exclama- tlona of aurprlae aa she similarity of flavor is noted. Oftentimes If the *uaata are not apprlaed, the substitu- tion will pass unnoticed. Compotes of w inter fruits properly prepared help over that Interval after the departure of the grape and other iresh fruits, when the palate craves the pleasant tart of nature's tonic to the system. The French housewife inakeB an Intricate st...

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

j i - ■ ■ ■■ CASS COUNTY SUN J. It. A. BANCI ICR W. L. EKWIN BANGER & ERWIN, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. T1IKCA8B COUNTY SUN published every Tuosilsy, Is euti<red at tliu Mud en postoffice as SocondlCltiBs matter. rat us 01' subscription: Single copy per yenr ' $1.00 " six months * 50 cents No papers sent out without the cash t it advance; pajfet stopped when time is out, or we lose it. ObiUiiWy notices and cards ol thanks will be inserted at two-and-a-half cents pel line Judge .1. I'. Fant is Retting to bo right popular with those wanting to depart from single blessedness, lie has united four couples during the past week. He seems to like the job, and is as much at home while perform- ing a ceremony as a preacher of many years standing. WANTED—by the commis sioners court of Cass county, four smooth mules between (lie uge of i ami 8 years old, weigh ing 000 to 1000 lbs., parties having such mules for sale will lmve them al Linden on Mon- day the J 7th day of March 1913. S, M. GR...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 4 March 1913

/I il I ■ ■ I I If Vf I •t I ; I 11 ; 11 ( s I I 5 Z0C^£ J^Vl- - Coffins at Linden MerCaPtflo Co. Lemons at Sam Fants. W. F. Simmons,of Bivins, was in Linden last Friday. Texda Red Rust Proof seed onts ftt the Linden Transfer^ Co. Mrs. Knthlone Latham is here on iv visit to Mrs. Jas. L. Hariis. 0 t " Buy your colli ns, caskets and burial suits from John S. Mor- ris. ' _ White Peas for table use at John S. Morris Check a bi 1 ious liaH-sick feeling bof ore il gets serious. A dose c'f IlhRBINL the remedy. It restores energy, appetite and cheerful spirits. IMce 50c. Sold by the Cabin Drug Store. Mr ffnd Mrs. .1. S. Baker went to Atlanta yesterday. • Cabbage and onions' at Sum Flint's. Go to Sam Fant for nil kind of staple und fancy Groceries. Miss Ouida (lamoron was a Linden visitor Saturday. A complete li'ie of Satin ^ : 1 ^ . ' li ;■ ,fm if For a Limited Time we will give the following cash bargains in Gro- ceries: ?} 15c cans corn for ^">c 3 15c cans hominy for.... . ... 25c 3 15...

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

M wmmm iiifli ■' " V- m m\ \ rf ® M j k"' " . v.- ; : :w*i W n p9 •■"V Kup'i" > ■ SLATI POSTMASTER GENERAL DIRECT REPORT FROM TRENTON GIVE8 TEXAN P08ITI0N IN WILSON'S CABINET. SOME OTHER SELECTIONS Bryan, McAdoo, Daniels and Brandies Declared Selected for High Places. Washington.—It was ascertained unofficially but dfeflnitely Tuesday that Texas will be represented in President Wilson's cabinet by Repre- sentatives A. S. Burleson of Austin, ■who will be postmaster general of the new administration. Representative Burleson declined to discuss the cabinet topic, but the aews came to Washington, no less positive, direct from Trenton. Mr. Burleson issued a formal statement announcing his retirement as chair- man of the Democratic caucus of the house. In this statement Mr. Burle- son says: "When I call the Democrat- ic caucus to order on the 5th of March I shall ask it to select my successor. I will not be a candidate to succeed myself. I have nothing to add to this statement." The is...

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

::? ' ■ >' ■' tZ Jty 11 I \ ■ • • wrft, en: V 8YN0PSI8. ft Lieut. Harry Mallory In or<Wrert to the Phllpplnes. He anA Marjorle New ton deride to elope, but wreck or t**i- :ab prevents their aeetng minuter on the way to the train. Transcontinental train la taking on pasHengera. Fortnr ha* a lively time with an TCnotllahinan and Ira Lathrop, a Yankee b,,*l",e8" pian. The elopers havo an exciting time getting to the train. "Little Jlm- mle" Wellington, bound for Reno to get ft divorce, boards train In maudlin con lltlon. Later Mra. Jlmmle appears. She a also bound for Reno wltn same ob- ject.. Likewise Mrs. Sammy Whltcomb. Latter blames Mrs. Jlmmle for her mar- ital troubles. Classmates of Mallory decorate bridal berth. Rev. and Mrs. Temple start on a vacation. They de- cide to cut loose and Temple removes evidence of his calling. Marjorle de- cides to let Mallory proceed alone, but train starts while they are lost In fare- well. Pasaengers join Malory's class- Bates In giving co...

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

'i ^ 48S9MI , ,va4>.. isi if rwWll , • v I -m ■ -..'-l B#Sil I I " •;■ WBM ■ •/■■■/' ' S^sj ■ r • I " ;■: ■ *■ '"T "i~ !''•": ARE 1IETTER PRGPAREI) Til AX EVER TO TAKE < ARE OF THE WANTS OF THEIR CUSTOMERS. A full and complete line of GROCERIES, DRY GOODS and STAPLE ARTICLES. CLOTHING FOR MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN. METHODS i. H la. C -i i.U iv V INCREASED CORN YIELD RESULT8 FROM PRIZE CONTEST OF , TEXAS INDUSTRIAL CONGRESS, (Jlinrche* t) * B Wit J* •v: 1 All kind of Farm Implements, including Middle Busters, Culti- vators, Two-Horse Turning Plow's, Plow Stocks and Plow Shapes; in fact, most anything to be used on the farm. A splended line of Wagons and Buggies ✓ carried in stock BAPTIST 0. K. Wiluams, Pastor. Sunday School at 10 o'clock a. m. each iunday, S. H. Vance, Superintendent. Preaching every 2nd and 4th Sunday* by the Pastor 4t 11 a. m. aud at night Prayer meeting every Wednesday night. Ladies Aid Society meets every Satur- day evening M. E. CHURCH SOUTH J. T. HOOKS, Pas...

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

m £ I I ■m< ■ . ■■ - - ■ :■ . •:■■;■ -v«' ■w---- ' '■'* "'rV( -,v . : ' '' ' . > H I kl4NGER St ERWIN, Publisher*. }> A Paper Devoted to the boat Interests of the IPeopl.e. ^Suhacripfioo, $1.0© Per Amttnm VOL. 38. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, MARCH 11, 1913. WILSON AND MARSHALL ARE NOW PRESIDENT AND VICE PRESIDENT AFTER A REIGN OF SIXTEEN YEARS, REPUBLICAN PARTY STEPS DOWN AND OUT AND DEMOCRACY IS INSTALLED IN POWER. Washington, March 4.—Wood- tow WilsonNew Jersey was inaugurated today as President of the United States; Thomas R. Marshall of Indiana its Vies Pres- ident; Democracy, the vehicle of its destiny. Under the dome of the nation's capitol, in the presence of a countless, cheering concourse of liis fellow citizens, the new Presi- dent raised a hand toward a pro- phetic sun that burst dissolving clouds and pronounced the oc- casion a day of dedication, not of triumph. It was an intensely human, precedent-breaking inaugura tion. With members of his choa- nal cabinet surrou...

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

IjOMI ; # 5G$&: -V 5 MOTHER SAVES Tinely Advice of Mother Relieve! Terrible Suffering of Daughter* and Possibly Prevents an Untimely End. Ready, Ky.—In the following advices from this place, Mrs. Laura Bratcher aaya: "I was not able to do anything for nearly six months, and was down In bed for three months. I cannot tell you how I suffered with my head, and with nervousness and womanly troubles. Our family doctor told my husband he could not do me any good, and he had to give It up. We tried another doctor, but he did not help me. At last/my mother advised me to take Cardul, the woman's tonic. I thought It was no use, for I was nearly dead and nothing seemed to do me any good, but I used eleven bottles, and was then able to do all of my work and my own washing. I think Cardul Is the best medicine In the world. My weight has Increased, and I look the picture of health. I will always praise Cardul for what It has done for me." Remember that Cardul Is a mild, safe remedy, composed ...

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

1 ' Hfrw' ■WW , t 'jr — turn !r m f Pi f* 11 IB' <Mk; OASS COUNTY T I'. ' _««. jt j5. a. banoer BANGER &-ERWIN, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. Center Hill. TUKOAS8 COITJITY iUN published 6Wj Tuesday, Is entered at tlio Linden postoflVce a* Second.ClRfla matter. BATES ot> subscription: Single copy per year ' $1.00 " six months ' 50 cents fto papers sent out without, the casli iVi advanCB; paper stopped when time is «>ut, or we lose it. . - Obituary notices and cards of thanks •will be inserted at two-and-a-half cents pei line dr. l werblun t/ptician of Dallas who makes regular visits to Atlanta will be there, at Dr. Long's office March 14th and loth and in Linden at Dr. Davis' office March 17th and 38ih. Dr. NVerblun is, through close study and years of experi- ence, successful in correcting er- rors of refraction and guaran- tees his glasses to enable one to read or do close work without tiring or straining the eyes, also to relieve headache and all ail- uicnts caused by eyes...

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