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

S& ■ J SlMs C1N6 METHODS MODERN IDEA8 IN PREPARATION OF FI8H FOR TABLE. Perch Piccadilly, With Appropriate Relishes, Will Be Pronounced De- llcloue—Trout Accolade—How to Tell Freahneaa. Perch Piccadilly—Clean and seals the flah, leaving the roe and liver in- aide. Pour a email quantity of water Into a flah kettle with a bunch of para- ley, a little aalt and pepper, and boll till the paraley la soft Then put in the flah with a lump of butter and boll alowly for ten or twelve minutes. When cooked remove carefully, lay on a hot dish, strain the cooking liquor over it and serve with a sauce composed as follows: Cut into small dice an ounce of cooked bam and two truffles. Place these in a saucepan over a brisk Are with one-half wine- glassful of white wine and let the liquor boil for three or four minutes. Add a gill of good tomato sauce, boll for one minute with one tablespoonful of meat, glaze and add half a pint of Allemande sauce. Let the whole come nearly to a boll and have It v...

Publication Title: Cass County Sun, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 11 March 1913

l-K* •- tlMm i —^"" "*"V Lemons at Siira Fnnta. I J. R KirSanJ, «> Altnira, was cfa our nrroets one flay laatweek. Texn7~Red Rust Proof seed onta at, the Linden Transfer Co. Buy your coffins, caskets and burial s^lts from John 8. Mor. ri8. Joe Cole is in Texarkana this fceek. . . For your nice Spring Hat call at Marett & Fant's. Check a bilious half-sick feeling before it get9 serious. A dose of HERBINE is the remedy. It restores eneVgv, appetite and cheerful spirits. Pnce 50c. Sold by the Cabin Drug Store. Mifin Nettie Frazier has closed her school at O'Farrell and is now at home. American Beauty flour at E. ii. Sheffield's. Cabbage and onion* at Sain Fant's. \Ir7 and Mrs. Poster, of Shiloh community, was in the city last Wednesday. Go to Sam Funt for all kind of staple and fancy Groceries. A complete line of Satin ilihons just in (it l'owell Bros. .1 Shaddix and Z. H. Wilson, of near Marietta, transacted business here last \Veduesdny. Uriah Jones, iiszekiith Bl'OWtl and Joh...

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

kit •' f .:? ■ I ''Wr.A'i-r Hi — ^— = AMERICANS BAH WITH MEXICANS AGAIN IN ANSWER TO HURRY CALL TROOP8 RUSH TO AID OF NINTH CAVALRYMEN. NO LOSSES ARE SOSTAINED After Hot Fire from American Guift, Federals Retreat Behind Trenches Abandoning Skirmisn. Douglas, Ariz.—A second skirmish occurred Tuesday between the NlntU • cavalry troops and Mexican federals from Agua Prleta, across the Interna- tional line, one and onehalf miles southeast of Douglas. Mexicans to the number of fifty fired on the bor- der patrol at a distance of 250 yards. In answer to a hurry call Troops K and F and a machine gun platoons of the Ninth cavalry were rushed to the place where the Mexicans had fired on the patrol squad. A rapid-flrer was put in immediate operation, in addi- tion to a hot rifle fire. The Mexican returned the fire with oplrit, but soon retreated to a line of trench dug during the Madero rev- olution. When they reached the trenches the firing ceased. Whether any Mexicans were killed or wounded ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 11 March 1913

y? •wViJfc?! / m ■ ■■ kpJIH , 3 :"■' 1 0 I \ RUPERT HUOHES WVHIZED FROM W. COMEDY OF TflE SAME flAME. T T T ILLUSTRATED FROM. PHOTOORAPH S OF THE PLAY AS PRODUCED enry w. savage-., I OOPYATOMT (pll Jfi, A. K.rLY CO SYNOP8I8. „ Lieut. Harry Mallory Is ordered to the Phltpplnes. He nnd Marjorle New- Ion decide to elope, but wreck of taxi- cab prevents their seeing minister on the way to the train. Transcontinental train Is taking on passengors. Porter has a lively time with an Englishman and Ira Lathrop, a Yankee business •nan. The elopers have an exciting time getting to the train. "Little Jlm- mle" Wellington, bound for Reno to get a divorce, boards train In tnaudlln con- dition. I.ator Mrs, Jlmmle appears. She Is also bound for Reno with 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 c...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 11 March 1913

' ■ -•?: : IS Sprir WW" ; ft «% 111 Hb WBkmt^m \ : ; ! / / '<* ij- .> ;v:; *¥' *• ^mBI wW^r- w * * * ;■■ fabt S3SESS ark better Prepared ithan ever to take care of the wants oi- their customers. A full and complete line STAPLE ARTICLES. j of GROCERIES, DRY GOODS and CLOTHING FOR MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN. All kind of Farm Implements, including Middle Busters, Culti- vators, Two-Horse Turning Plows, Plow Stocks and Plow Shapes; in fact, most anything to be used on the farm. A splended lino of Wagons and Buggies carried in stock Let us save you some money this year by trading with us. : [: : : : £ h i fmt m •■>-2 WALTER CONNALLY & CO Tyler, Texas Largest and Oldest Machinery Deal- ers in East Texas. Bet ter equipped than ever to take care of our cus- tomers aud furnish them with RELIABLE MA- CHINERY at reasonable prices. Our line embraces the Old Reliable Mun#er, Pratt, Wiuship and Smith Gin Machinery—oue or two story. . Also the Celebrated Murray one-story all-steel outfit...

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

...Ifftt ) ,ef_. , mmfc-ww f*Em ag 'i.gnnK. ■ '?M w-tt'r-Z r ■ ; :.vh ■,'. a 4 lit-' 4s$( Pf' : WAFW^SW W$m A. JPappr Devoted to the best Interests of the People. -J Subscription, fl «« IVr Aimtrrw Bun F.R& ERWm, Ptibl"' Of DEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, MARCH 18, 1913. VOL. 38. AN EXPLANATION. 1 If I I BRYAN WOMMACK ills HoW He Won Thirty<Seoond Prize in Texas Cotton Club. The plot of land on which my cotton was raised is a deep sandy ;?ani vviU a dark subsoil fttid has bceli in cultivation for about :"tevn years and was planted to "Vn and peas last year. It wan < y prize acre of corn and I wot first prize in the Hughea Spring Corn (Hub. My land was brokei he last of March with a one- horse turning: plow about six aches deep. On April 2-1 I put ait my fertilizer and beded on it uid planted my cotton next day; oil iu good condition. Next PROGRAM. i Sunday meeting of Kaon itiOn to Convene with Hill Baptist Churfih on 'v 10 a. m., 29th day of . 1913. a. m. —Song and Praise Serv {/•<...

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

" wwpfl M y i ■- 4*~: — I Wm SJ ^ 2v W 1/ i stlloth- I or cathar- They coax (ha 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 soon puts these organs in a healthy condition and Corrects constipation. Munyon's Paw-Paw Ptlla are a tonic to the stomach, liver and hi mi They invigorate instead of weaken; (bay enrich the blood instead of im^>over* lahiag it; they enable the stomach to get all Um nourishment from food that is put into it Price aj cents. All Druggists. BOYS' HANDICRAFT By A. NEELY HALL Author of'"Handicraft for Handy Boy" and" Th* Boy Crafttman" SHE CALLED HIM. a 7 Tom—I don't know a thing I wouldn't do for you. Grace—Then you will have mother and father come and live with us. Tom—Good you reminded me; tut I don't know of anything else I woulau t for you. Municipal Golf Courses In England. The parks committee of the Bir- mingham city council is...

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

'jut* ■ N3 ^ff'V Mi |HR fiSSiw'fe' ■ ;>,■ ...J,,.,.- fi ' l> TWINKS * ALU OVER * TEXAS A brick plant with a daily capacity of 30,000 brick is to soon be erected at Ada, Okla. • • The two banks at Falrfielrt have consolidated and that city now hu« only one bank. • * • A 320-acre farm a few miles south of Cooper, Delta county, recently sold for $30,000. • • • A grist mill has been established at Pflugerville by F. \V. Neuensch- wauderfellder. • • • The new First Baptist churi building at Tyler has just been com pleted at a cost of $60,000. • • • The contract was let last week foi a new ward school building in Slier- man to cost about $15,000. • • • ?t is stated that at least 5,000 acres of new land will be put in cultivation in Hardeman county this year. • • • It developed during a trial in a Faris court that one of the witnesses, John Durham, was one hundred and eleven years old. He said his mother was an Indian and his lather a Ger- man. • • • The Christian congregation at Wic...

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

1/ & ERWIN, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS, -« m fifth Sunday Meeting; and Mid w. t,. erwin nj0imry rally, to be Held nt New TUB CASS COUNTY SCH publisher! every Tnrs4 y. U entered ct ttio I.iuden poxtoUloo on S#oond,Clsm matter. bates op subscription; Single copy per year ' SI .00 " six months ' 50 cents No papers sent out without the cash in advance; paper stopped when time is out, or we lose it. Hope (Alamance) Church March 28 30, 1913. Friday Evening March 28,1913 7:80—Sfermoh, "Missions und Methodism" D. A. Williams. Sat. Morning, March 29, 1913. 9:00—Devotional, O. T. Hotch- kiss. 9:20—"Christian Stewardship" J. C. Hutchison. 9:40—"The Country Church" J. T. Iiooks. 10:00—"The Ideal Church ;se DA1NGERFIEL0 NEGRO WILL HANG ON MAY 6. Obituary notices and cards of thanks will be inserted at two-and-a-half cents Steward" I). A. Williams. i* line 10:80—"Church Literature" M. 15. Wilkinson. 10:3." —"Social Responsibility of the Church" Mrs. D. H. Morns, I 11:00—Sermon, "Personal Daingor...

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

-■ m LOCAL iJInTE. Coffins at Linden Mercantile Co. - Lemons at Sam Font9, TeXds Red Rust Proof sefd o&ts al the Linden Transfer Q^ Mr. Author Bryan, of Bryan's Mill, wnrt in town yesterday. ( Buy your cofQus, caskets ajid btlriul suits from John S. Mqr- ri9. Fur your nice Spring Hut cull at Ma4^y& Fant's, Born td Ilollaud, (Mi tr. and Mrs. Leonard oy on tiie 14th. V Cbccka bilious lialf-*ick feeling before it gets serious. A dose of HERDTNK is the remedy. It restores energy, appetite a«d cfieerful spirits. Price 00c S-'VI b* lh'-' Cabin Drug Store. oil at Sam Fant's. Sheriff J. F. Mitchell returned Saturday from Beeville, where tie has hewn attending court. chamberlain's Tablets For Constipation. I'or constipation, Chamberlain's Tab- leu are excellent. Easy to take, mild and gentle in effect. Give them a trial. Kor sale by the Cabin Drug Store. ' Mackerel at Shui Fants. 10c each 3 for '2.5c. Mrs. J. B. Flayhes,of Cleburne, is here visiting relatives this week. ./ust think o...

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

A i> : /v: : WffJWPSE I Editors and Props. -r? TEXAS I 'J 1/ FIGHTING REPORTEDAT PARRAL '1,(00 MEN ON EACH SIDE BATTLE FIFTY HOUR8, WITH LARGE L08S OF LIFE. TOWNSPEOPLE WERE IN R0I1 Huerta Forces Finally Force Consti- tutionalists to Withdraw to Hilla at Nightfall. I El Paso, Texas.—Desperate fighting la an attack on Parral, Chihuahua, entailing a large loss of life in a fifty- hours' battle, was reported in belated advices here. Some 1,500 constitutionalists, rebell- ing against Huerta's government in Chihuahua, were driven back by al- most an equal number of federal reg- ulars, and the city, center of Ameri- can mining and industrial interests, greatly damaged by bombardment and street fighting, in which townspeo- ple also engaged. Insurrecto troops, who rebelled against the Huerta government and left Parral last week after mobilizing and recruiting at Santa Barbara, near by, returned on March 5 to retake the city. One thousand federals from Chi- huahua City had reinforced the ...

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

/ mm & .....IS*',?:,.- 4;-7yr,,'3. ,1* moved off. wttb Bill In tbe lead, fol- lowed by Dr. Temple, looking like a whole field battery, followed by Jake, followed by Mallory, followed by tbe porter and as many of the other pas- sengers as could crowd Into tbe smok lng room Tbe rest went after those opulent feed-bags. RUPERT HUGHES amiized room m comedy or the SAME mme. t t t IUUSTKATE^> FROM, PHOT OG/LAJPH S OF THE PLAY" AS R«OI>UCEI ^iiBNRY W. l coprmanr u>u jy, n. K.ruf c SYNOPSIS. Ideut, Harry Mallory Is ordewd to pie Phllpplnes. He and Marjorle New- ion decide to elope, but wreck of taxi i mo\ taut tub prevents their seeing mlnlnter on the way to the train. Transcontljental train Is taklne on passengers. Porter baa a lively time with an Englishman *nd Ira Lathrop, a Yankee business man. The elopers have an excitlne time wetting: to the train. "Little Jim- Wle WelllnKton. bound for Reno to get J divorce, boards train In maudlin con- dition. Later Mrs. Jlmmle appears. ...

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

*13 j I WL I f 1/ EKaSFWHiE Ki*' £ <4l :.\ :;.a;' ssswm ill ■3" ;■ si'Syi ■' Mb.' 4- JICTIIOJjmLllx'JL .(-iMVumu. Si4*A_' IftteteSM ifci'irwwiltti liMMfti' "il ] lit i HARRIS 9 ft FART ARE BETTER PREPARED THAN EVER TO TAKE CARE OF THE WANTS - OF THEIR CUSTOMERS A full and complete line of GROCERIES, DRY GOODS and STAPLE ARTICLES. CLOTHING FOR MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN. All kind of Farm Implements, including Middle Busters, Culti- vators, Two-Horse Turning Plows], Plow Stocks and Plow Shapes; in fact, most anything to be used oh the farm, A splcnded line of Wagons and Buggies carried in stock For Larger Public School Students. Money paid for education is the best investment, time thus spent is wisely used. Time is money and opportunity as well if it is used aright. Business | men work during the summer; ! farmers do t he same. Then j what's the use of big boys and girls spending their vacation iu idleness. Most ambitious boyfi and girls would rather spend their vacation in learning ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 25 March 1913

ac FRYi IV PnbUshera, }• -A. Paper Devoted to the best Interests of the 3?eople. {SubacripMoa, *IO© & «;*• Anuufttt [I v i I! VOL.38. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY. MARCH 85. 1913. NO. 12. Notice of First Meeting of Stock Holders. CABIN DRU& STORE GEORGE & BARTLETT, Proprietors Everything in the Drug Line. Toilet Articles, Stationery, Tobacco and Oigars. In fact, most everything usually kept in a first-class drug store. We are Here to Please WATSON GIVEN SEVEN MORE DAYS OF LIFE. iiat,on Uou<j;e,Ln, March 17.— Because March 21 in (JObd Fri- day, Governor Moll tonight •fronted u rospito to A. L. Wat- floo, of Shrevuport, sentenced to Iimijjc for the killing of C. 0. Bail- i.'v, The dote on rt-fiieh Watson is to tic executed in set fur March 2M. The ori^in.'d dote fiot for the Watson execution wqh .January 17, but a respite was given until March 21. in ordt-r thattheState fnight UPe*\Vatson if Decennary, in the case against Mrs. Eva Wall Bailey, hi* accomplice in crime. Mr*. Ba...

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

■ > v , . '■ '* ' wnlLsivmra, w _.■ ,M.. aUlJE*F' ^ ■ \f!' ■'• • • r '>■■ Mp if -;; v: /-V- ., y t,- ■ •'. ,v . ..■; ./•■'•' *- ''5>y' • *>' I. •; ?;•■ , „ ' ~'T •' ' r ' ' ©fe • **. 'W, FJ ?j , "1 Y ,THE CASS COUNTY SUN mil1 Bangor & Erwln, Editors and Props. LINDEN. TEXAS KING GEORGE OF GREECE ASSASSINATED RULER 8H0T THROUGH HEAR1 ON THE 8TREET8 OF SALONIKI. <1 AGAINST GOVERNMENTS' FOR THE PEOPLE Upsetting of Western Classifica- tion 51 Means Muoh. RAILROADS LOSE BIQ CASE Head of Greeks Had Been in. Turkish City Several Weeks in Com- mand of His Troops. Saloniki, Turkey.—King George of Greece was aasasinated while v-"lk lng in the streets o£ Saloniki Inns day afternoon. The assassin was a Greek of low mental type, who gave his name as Aleko Schinas. He shot the king through the heart. The king was accompanied only by an aide-de-camp, Lieut. Francoudls. The assassin came suddenly at ths king and tired one shot from a seven- chamber revolver. The tragedy caus- ed ...

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

GOOD ITEMS OF NEWS ') «NTIRE WEEK'S HAPPENINGS THAT ARE WORTH PASSING NOTICE. / WHOLE WORLD THE FIELD Current Domestic and Foreign News Belled Down to Readable and 8mall Space. The Donnel! Creamery Company has established a model dairy farm at Mid- way two miles west of Belton. They have 200 acres and are building sev- eral silos. • • * A woman doctor in San Antonio was punished by a tine of $50 and confine- ment in the county jail for alleged practicing of medicine without a li- cense. I * * * A new hotel to cost $50,000 is being planned for Denison. It is to be five stories high and built of reinforced concrete faced with brick. A detachment of 22 followers of the rebel Zapata were captured by federal troops near Puebla, Mexico, last week, taken to a farm near by, lined up and shot without trial. • « « Miss Bessie Yoakum, the younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B, P. Yoak- um of New York and San Antonio, Texas, is engaged to Francis R, l^ar- kin of New York, according to an announcem...

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

/ "3 [/ ) ,1 / 0A8S COUNTY SUN Jf. K. A. BAKU ICR W. L. KRWIN BANGER & ERWIN, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. TI1ECA39 COUNTY SUK published every. Tuesday, la entered at the Linden postollloe 08 S(!Cond.C l Hn matter. RatbsoP subscription: Single copy per year-' ' $1.00 " six months " ' 60 citits No papers sent out without the cash! In advancb;-paper stopped when time is out, or wc lose it. Obituary not'.COs and cards of thanks *«iII be inserted at two-and-a-half cents *,iei line The War in Mexico. • War is still going on in Mex- ico, with little prospects of end- ing soon. The new provisional President Huerta seems unable ' bring about peace in that country. After thousands of lives have been sacrificed the people are still in a state of un- rest and disco.itent. New up- risings and revolutions occur iVequently. Coahuila now seeuis to be the principal state in revolution. When this state is brought into submission, tho Huerta follow- ers seems confident peace will once more be restore...

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

I I > r f I at Satn Fant'd. if": ■ •Tiiir-i' Coffin9 atLlodea MwomuiWOu, Lemons at Sum Fants. 1?. C. Avers, t>! Clark A Boioe Ccicip; *va in town yesterday./ IT'S COMING. Texas Red Rust Proof' seed ontg at the Linden Transfer Co. H-j Pofoman and P. B. La- tffimr, it#C«tvos Springs, transact- ed business here Friday. Uriah Jonei, Hezckiah Brown and John Peter Smith ail say that Hunt's Light- ning Oil stops Neuralgia. Rheumatism and other pains. Just try a 60c or 25c bottle from yoijr dauggist. ^ Sawyers Poniel Slickers $3 00 at W. C. Blalock & Co. Jim Hart and family of Hughes Springs, are visiting It. E. Brown- ing's tatbiiy this week. Uncle Ed Fnnt, of Lanier, woe on our strcct-s Saturday. liuv vour coffins, casket? and burial suits from John ft. M'nr- ITS COMING. • I ris. V. J. Nolen is here on a few days visit. Prof. Robt. Humphrey, of Gal- loway, was reported very low Sunday. IT'S COMING. Mr."and Mrs. Millard Walker, of Walker's school house, were in town last Friday, ...

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

■ mSti MNifitilttiitti M S ■ "1 — ( 1/ i < FREE ADVICE TO SICK WOMEN Thousands Have Been Helped By Common Sense Suggestions. Women suffering from any form of f«mal« ills are invited to communicate promptly with the woman's private correspondence de- partment of the Ly- dia E.Pinkham Med- icine Co., Lynn, Mass. Your letter will be opened, read and answered by a woman and held in strict confidence. A wojnan can freely talk of her private illness to a woman ; thus has been established a confidential correspondence which has extended over many years and which has never been broken. Never have they published a testimonial or used a letter without the written consent of the writer, and never has the Company allowed these confi- dential letters to get out of their pos- session, as the hundreds of thousands of them in their files will attest Out of the vast volume of experience which they have to draw from, it is more than possible that they possess the very knowledge needed in your case...

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

I li i * t I Gilmer is soon to have a $30,000 hotel. • * * A commercial club has been organ- ized at Midlothian. • • • During 1912 more than eleven hun- dred carloads of products were ship- ped from Lometa. • • • Sulphur Springs is to have a gas plant at an early date, provided thu city council grants a franchise. • • • The corner stone for t.ht new < t house at Goldthwaito will be laid on April 3. The work on the building is progressing rapidly. The city council at Greenville lias let the contract for considerable im-) provements in the way of Inn tailing new water and sewerage pip'- and lira hydrants. • • * Carefully wrapped in a newwpapei and placed In a pasteboard box, the body of a tiny baby girls, evidently about one day old, was found by negrc laborers in a box car in the yards at Houston. * * * Total of over 25,000 rabbits have been slaughtered in Taylor county this year, according to the records of the county treasurer, who is authorized to pay a bounty of seven and one-...

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