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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 4 June 1907

I tm 9 m i ■ ', '£3~l'A ■?*>?" J FARMERS' EDUCATIONAL AND CO-OPERATIVE UNION OF AMERICA I The manufacturers of farming tools and vehicles had a meeting recently, and the whole trend of the talk wa8 that prices must be advanced. Now, it is the easiest thing in the world to meet this advance, if the farmers would only do it. The way to do it is to put every farming tool, every ve- hicle and every Implement on the place under shelter every night when at all practicable, and never leave anything out in the weather for a sin- gle moment when It can be put into a plase of safety and protection. If the farmers would do this, it would cut the demands for such things fully half in two. Would half of the demand bring the price down? You bet it would. The factories are now running over time, and the dealers are hardly able to get stocked up at all. Cut the demand in two, and the factories would immediately seek a market, and the "overproduction " of cotton would have a parallel. At any rate...

Publication Title: Cass County Sun, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 4 June 1907

•■a'1 SK;'r W.r" 1 ' -'"v JSP' jJpl ■;•••••••- liW j .aMWMMSBHmEWMMWwBB *>** II ij**m 1 ;i Ir* ' ■ ' > . i ■ ■ ,• ~"s: '• ■ ■■ p I CA.SS COOTTY SUN .Joha B&agoj, Kditor <& Proprietor THKC\SS COUNTY STTN publUhcd cvi>ry 'lire.<lav, is Ht tbi; Iiludcu # Scwm! () a:ib matter. kath . ot subscription: • Gingle copy per yi.ar- ' ' $100 six months 1 50 cent No-ywpcrs uc tit out without I lit- cash in advantk; paper stopped when time is i >tri, or wu t< >se i I. Obitunry jiotk1'• and cards of thanks wilt be inv i ted at two and-a half cents per line. tiSi Statements. Si# The monument of Sov. J. '1. Hull'will Ins unveiled at the Linden Cemetery Sunday altor i ioii Juno Otli nt 1.5 p. tn. All sovereigns of Linden Camp and visiting sovereigns are requested to meet at the W. 0. W. Hall, prompfly*ut 2 p. m., to form ii it <1 march to the cemetery. All members of adjacent cumps are invited to attend. L C. Weaver, C. C. I N. Marett, Pec. The t'olknvifijfc- office...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 4 June 1907

M fV V A,-"'"''% wm* .**!!> m *'W ' LL':f*W I.OCAI, tNTRlT.wmca Owl Shirt# HO. H. Nd«on. Valiey ii. I>. Sheffield's. Milk Coolers at 01 ties Front. ' ted * yW, jv , s v f r^e« WH1 Kiramonaof Groans mill community wan in Linden yes- terday. hi food Miss iS.Utt J?iti'03 v A'-hint a last week. Fresh supply of stock t t Cabin Drag Store. Mr. S' l Taylor was in the city last Friday. • Mis. Kb Frnsiio'r was reported ijjiiite sick yesterday. Cradle lingers ut IT. Sheffield's C.^MclWd of r.iVin was in the Hub yesterday. Mr. Aithur Bryant was Here Saturday. ^ Full line dress shirts at C. II Kelson. : -* It. P. Fant arid family spent Sunday with relatives at Lanier. Sec that new line oF toilet tides at the Cabin tJrtlg Store. judge V. D. Glass is on the Blck list. Mr. Reuben tiffin ford was in town Saturday. Prof- R. F. Greer was a visit- or ill Linden Saturday. Dollar watchcs at E. ft. Sheffield's. Arthur Wells was in I linden Saturday. ,v ; v. Fancy Neckwear at C. H. Nel- son's. G. W....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 4 June 1907

«• v:i; ; noai '"a« >■ tfc« party faithfully s," began the of- jfcan say with truth I ask.txi for any of- IB record!" put in the wouldn't think of It. Keen it up." FROM ALL OVER TEXAS f III I Ate With Me. m 'A* V mm 1 MRS. LENORA BOD.ENHAMER. Mrs. Lenora Boclenhnmer, R F. D. 1. Box 1)9, Kerncrsville, N. C-> writes: " I suffered with stomach trouble and indigestion for some time, and nothing that I ate agreed with me. I was very nervous and experienced a continual feeling- of uneasiness and fear. I took medicine from the doctor, but it did me no pood. " t found in one of your Peruna books _R description of my symptoms. I then wrote to Dr. Hartman'for advice. He said I had ca'arrli of the stomach. I took Peruna and Manalin and followed liis directions and can now say that I feel as well as I ever did. " I hope that all who are afflicted with the same symptoms will take Peruna, as it has certainly cured me." The above is only one of hundreds who havQ written similar letters to Dr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 4 June 1907

STOMACH TROUBLES. Relieved by a Simple Mixture That You Can Get at Any Drug Store for Little Money. ' ' "I!'' , ' f . ■ mm ■A'r Here 1 a prescription that any drug- gist will put up for you at little cost; or you ciin buy the ingredients sepa- rately and mix them at home; this simple prescription is highly recom- mended for all cases of stomach trou- bles; the digestive ferments and veg- etable tonics tone up the stomach and Increase the secretions of the gastric Juices, making the stomach perform its work. Here is the prescription; If you suf- fer from stomach troubles have it filled and give it a trial: Compound Tincture of Cinchona, one ounce; Prosene Compound, one ounce, and Sherry Wine, half a pint. Mix and take one teaspoonful in a wine glass full of water beforo meals and at bed time. His Favorite Descent. "But why don't you care to take children?" aBked the lady who was hunting for a flat. "Because they take up too much room in the elevator," grumbled the despotical janitor....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 4 June 1907

iMmm if being not eeere- day that goes lit He good—not in dream- injr W groat things to do by and V by. 3* or whatever men say in bli.nt% news, And spite of the fancies of Y< uHir, rhen^s tmthitig so kingly an kindness And nothing ho voval as truth* ^e pyi buck our UR'UMIl'e, Mecjumotdo wrong and fed right. Nor can we give pain and gain plt'ilSIU'P For just ire avenges each slightil The nir for the wing of the spai'-j row, The bush for the robinand] wren, |s | But always 1 lie path that is nar-| row and straight, "or the children of men. —Alice Cory. War (lie RIii^s. If yi-u aie blue, dejected and feel like ihr world has it "in, for you," the thancts are yrtir liver is taking a few days t ff. 1 in it to work'by using Sim- mon'* Liver I'tuifier (tin) boxes); its the best regulator of them all. Press Notes For .Inly New bier, j I'RRK TO M|; B8CI5I0ERS SENT FREE Booklot entitled , . ' ' '"•*• on'sliya Opener." What fl few prominent phi- lanthropists and some pn 1 >1'c in- M atitu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 11 June 1907

' ■ w * IP i>ut;th*hcr. } A I 'aper Devoted tc tlio best I nterc its of' tl'lfi OIG. MubMcriptfoa., P«r Aminnl VOL 32. LINDEN. TEXAS, TUESDAY, JUNE 11. 1907. NO. 24. n I KM itr ft | r ' WANTED 1,000 Organizers, to organize Phe col- ored people of I lie United Stat en into The Negro Partner and La* Corel's' Educational Co-Opera- I'ive Union oV America, Charter vd by t he State of Texas, and i 'opy-Right <>d by the United States, and 'indorsed by the lCxe- futive Committee of the White S^armeTi Union of Texas; for further particulars address, J. 13. A. Banc; i:h, Linden Texas. U. K> LIGONi 13. Offers his serv"feti to the freople ol Linden and surrounding country. Prompt atten- tion given to all calls day or Bight, yottr practice solicited. Office with Dr. Davis. "Cflll at J. O. Ootid in mi's Bar— Vret Shop (or fir&t class work tevervthiniK clean and nice, up-' io—dato hair cut, sharp raisors and clean shaves, all in upple pie order. a. E DAVIS, M. D., mi vale i an and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 11 June 1907

w&m\ mm ry Sun. VETERANS LAST SWAT AT LOTTERIES. JOHN BANGER, Publish.* LINDEN. - T . - TEXAS SCENES OF WILD ENTHtb.ASM AT THE OPENING. WELCOME WAS A WARM ONI Preparations are being made fr?r, tbe Mexia Chautauqua Assembly, which will last from June C to 12, in- clusive. The first car of cabbage from Mine- ola was shipped Friday and sold to the Woldart Grocery Company, Tyler, Texas, for 2 cents a pound. John Bigger staff's little girl, who ■was injured by lightning on Friday near Grapevine, died Saturday night. The uncls injured by the same stroke Is reported better. Charles McMillan, a prominent farmer, living on the San Saba side of the Colorado River, was foudn dead in his bed Saturday evening. He had Buffered et times from heart failure. The contract for a waterworks system for Childress has Just been let and work on the zbig reservoir in the south end of town will be be- gun within the next few days. Alto Is to' have a local Farmers' Union warehouse 75 x 150 feet, with abou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 11 June 1907

'•"•T '' :4V " THE STATE OF TEXAS WINS THE SUIT Wuters-Pierce Company !s Guilty of Viotaiiug tlic Texas Autl- Trust Laws. WEA REVOCATION OF THE PERMIT IS RECOMMENDED Jury Finds Waters-Pierce Company (iullty on All Charges .. Penalties Aggregate $t,623,900- Case Will flo to the United States Supreme Court Austin, June 3.—Saturday morning the Jury In the Waters-Pierce Oil Com- pany case for the second time Issued •a decree of banishment against that company. The Jury returned a verdict finding for the State on every Issue Bubniltted for Its consideration and as- sessing penalties aggregating J1.G23,- -yOO. ' T-. , ^ ^ ; The following is a copy of the ver- dict of the Jury: "We, the Jury, find for the plaintiff against the defendant on each of the issues submitted to us for each or the days between May 31, 1900 and March 31 1903, being 1,033 days, and for penalties at $1,549,600. "And we And for the plaintiff against the defendant on each of the Issues submitted for each of the days be...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 11 June 1907

^ <4 .51 K4itoi KfiS r IP "V. khEU—^-JirVrj: r*?? ? c^o Proprietor 'I'llKCASS COUNTY SUN pablUhud every Vuuadny, l cnt.< rcj M 44tc Lltidcu fioBtortl'o a:< Sccond < .lnwti iimttcr. K VfJlS OIJ SU BSCRWtTOR.' jlllg copy jK-i y. ;l.r "* ' $1.00 "* si\ mouitis ' 50 cents No papers scut out without the cash in advance; pa"p<.'r stopped wlicti thne vs out, or we lose il Obituary noticrs and cards of thanks will Ik' inserted at two-and-A-lialf cents per line. " The ('ommissioners' Court was in session vent en lay and appoint- ed ljrof. M. (!. Dates of Atlanta, County Superintendent of Public Schools. Prof T 15 Price of Hughes Springs withdrew front the race, and stated tli.it he had accepted the Hughes Springs High School some timeairo. ( ass County Fahmisrs Unigtn Will meet nt O'Fart^l) July the Hth, in regular session at 10 o'clock, and will be in session 2 days. The first day will be jst rirklv a business meeting. The election of officers and delegates to State Union, an...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 11 June 1907

! !?yX IB •f ! 1 tMtfX IjrtJSLLlO* 'Coat Shirts at 0. H. Nelson • Mr I 'f T 1 to liloy ha - r e t u ri, - •ed to lieT hfimt* al B'.ooinburg. Valley'tin ftt% 11. Shoillold's. those who have home ennn«> Xvill find cans at Giant? F roivt 1,ell on v. as 111 tOtfft OU0 _ fnifl - ,4t week. : i. 557*^? '■ l'")'1 at Cabin Drug Store. W. B. Barker attended to bu- siness hero Monthly. * Dradle fingers at ft. M- Sheffield's -. ■■ "* John S. Morris visited at l odi tlve past week-, Prof. lv. P. Ore r was in the Jlnh a few days ago. full line dress shirts at C, H-j Nelson. Sol Taylor W's.i in town y ester- day. See that. new line of tttilfct ar- ticles at the Cabin Drug SloVo. ftev. W J. Silmau was on oiir streets Saturday. Dollar watches nt E. B. Sheffield's. „ I ' *' I 7 "' J. S MeClotid-, of Bivinsk 'was in town the other day. Fancy Neckwear atO. H. Nel- son's. Profs. M. O. &ates ttnd Ban trice were in town yesterday. i • Complete line of Jewehy at the Cabin Drug Store. ' * . Mrs. Wils...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 11 June 1907

Hi w}:/' STOMACH. TRY THIS FOR YOUH I • m I.v ■A t rH ■ Pi m • IS; Mixture That Any Druggist Can Put Up for You. The following prescription Is very highly recommended in all cases of wtomach troubles: Compound Tluoture of Cinchona, one ounce; Prosene Compound, one ounce, and Sherry Wine, half a pint. Mix and take a teaspoonfui before meals and at bod time in a wine glass full of water. This simple mixture supplies the stomach with gastric juices and digests the food. Stomach specialists claim that it is the very best prescription that can be put up for any form of stomach trouble. If you suffer from stomach troubles we advise you to get this simple pre- scription iilled at your drug store and Klve it a trial. A Sad Mistake. In my father's native village lives Mr. S., a very deaf old man. During the summer months he lets his spare rooms to some of the many pleasure- seekers who frequent the place, says -Boston Herald writer, and one day last summer, while Mr. S. was in his garden, a ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 11 June 1907

A" f ;4&r> \ EVENTS OF EVERYWHERE On Thursday and Friday ten orders ware received at Farmers Union headquarters for warehouses. George Stephenson, aged 21 years, was drowned Friday afternoon at Voth while bathing In the overflow water from Pine Island Bayou. Three persons were killed by as- phyxiation and another was over- come in a Law ton avenue rooming house in St. Louis Friday, New York saw its first annual work borse parage Thursday and liked it. The affair was a pronounced success. There were 1900 horses in line, dis- tributed in forty-seven classes. Again the Gould family is to be air- ed through the courts on account oi the divorce suit against George Gould by his wife, formerly Miss Katberine Clemmons. Salary advances averaging ten per cent all around have been granted by the Burlington Railway system to em- ployes over the entire system. The increase became effective May 1. m The Nelson Morris Packing Com- pany will purchase the Oklahoma City packing plant and will ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 11 June 1907

■■■' I 'Di _ M< TH'tCR8. \,1 'r, •* exchange 01 voy the lolluw fcdvic® to iuotin;iH. th> 1st. the fo&by learn to amuse I itself. 1)6|etit get acquainted^ with those mysterious fingers • md Vejes, J)q it lie jq theciib uistKid of your arms. Do lot it 1 #Q to sJoep quietly without rock-1 South. the In I'flgM or 11) /'I *11' ' -""ft5 fPRsrraio 'HM5 «©j ist!8 ifln3ffiK^ Heanijjgimi lYumrd I'icliii'c in "Finns s ftttierrt can in erenu vv ith but N .. , _ ! *nc TWICE A-WEEK REPUBLIC cf I tin® Ann i u an > • J m l.cniis, Mo., is giving away. ft benuti- IT goe:- . fi}l framed picture, size'61-2 x 714 inehc SE8T FBH; f'loUi-Tvr.tit'ed |-Booteliooi btjc 1 — Iz „ on's loyo Opener.'" It will i months than o 7inne you tlr:t Uraufliou's (Vilk^'dK I : aX. and Utal Dianglwn a by their 8UPEBIOK and C(MM I Ou I legos toac'i only. tho :s=s= II1KD methods, toac'b you tnoiv 1 systems of SliOl'^llTAh ii PRACTICAL zine, Kny otannani m on with his ilium matin of racial antagonism in dories , i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 18 June 1907

nm .j J F/. A. 41\C*ER, PwtolliSflilii'Ci". }■ ft® no as . LINDEN. TEXAS, TUESDAY, JUNE L8. 1907. ill I 1 \ !■ Hi . .1 I ^*1 linn Br I • -Ml I -I WANTED1,000 | Say Skidoo and Cut It Out, Organizers, to organize the col- ^ IFtive you bad a hard day,a ored people of the United States' work? into The Negro Farmer and La- i)o ^ou ^ (1own in 111,1 dumps? borers' Educational, Co-Opera-^o you wish that you could live Union of America. Charter-! shirk ad by the State of Texas,-and Life with its hard knocks and •Righted by the United bumps? . States, and Indorsed by the Exe- Iw there no bright ends iti view? entire Committee of the White; 3r°u lee* 1'u,t ^ou u,u:it Farmeri Union of Texas; for' doubt further particulars address, J. E. Mau's ability to do A. Banoeii, Linden Texas. | Any good/ YY ell, cut'it out 1 T3 TP T TrriM A/T T> ; Al'e y°u growing a pessimist| it. 1 i. ijlu uim i xvl. xj i tiittf l,r>pjnt«p most fcliintrso THfi TOtfCH OF A GENTLE HAND. T. S. Arthur tells us somc- TJ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 18 June 1907

— — — ^ V e Cass County Sun. vAit §§ i MJ y SENATOR MORGAN DEAD JOHN BANGER, Publisher. LINDEN. - , . - TEXAS FROM ALL OVER TEXAS MOST CONSPICUOUS POLITICIAN IN THE SOUTH. CHOSEN SENATOR SIX TIMES At Washington, Texas, Mrs. Fritz Grabber was killed by a bolt of light- ning while working In her garden. Work has been commenced on a 20x 80 toot, one-story and basement addi- tion to the Dallas postofflce. The salary of the postmaster of Dal- las has been increased to $4,000 per annum, and that of fort Worth to 13600. Three small houses were blown to pieces and thirteen blown from their foundations In a severe wind storm which visited Justin Monday night. While standing in his front yard at Cooper's Chapel, nine miles north of Mount Pleasant, Wednesday, John Holcomb was struck by lightning and Instantly killed. At a .recent meeting of the Marshall City Council, plans to build about fif- teen miles of sidewalks were dis- cussed. The city has voted a bond Issue of ?90,000 for that purpose....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 18 June 1907

Pl £J vi.d . CRI [1 SELF-CONFESSED MURDERER OF STE iUENBERG TESTIFIES. HARRY ORCHARD'S NERVE Plainly Nervous at First, but Soon Re- gains Control of Himself—Tense- Nerved Spectators. if I I ■■ ■ 1 1 IS i Boise, Idaho, June G.—Alfred Hors- 4ey, alias Harry Orchard, the actual assassin of Frank Satunenberg, went on the stand yesterday, a witness against William D. Haywood, and made public confession of a long chain of brutal, revolting crimes done, he *;iid, at the inspiration and for the pay of the leaders of the Western Fedenv*jon of Miners. The promise by the special prose- cutors for the State that they would later by proof and connection legiti- matize his testimony opened the way i ke a floodgate to the whole diaboli- cal story, and throughout the entire ljy Orchard went on from crime re cital to crime recital, each succeed- ing one seemingly more revolting than thosc^ that come before. Tells of Dark and Brutal Deeds. Orchard confessed that, as a mem- ber of the mob that wrecked...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 18 June 1907

S3...COUN'VY SUN J&lan Baagtib * Rlitor & Proprietor- I'm** \\;>S COPtfTYSl-N roblUhed *Wf t i wlay.Jwn>t TeU t the IJndrt postuM"? ... vixcf*1.'Clt*ss matter. kat us of subscription: : '. copy per vtar ' ' $1.00 six morn lw ' 50 cents \ ) papers sent out wobout the cash > i > :>v\nce;-paper stpppsd when time is . . : .,r we lose it. W?% tiftti cards of thataks t wo and-a-half Tents ' v;,|tuary netx: n be 1 r line. i ,i11tlen wiil 'haCe'-a 'ftttiteJfefffck i n(H Mast by the j t.-~Xo^vkWffr. •A\vevy good 'la*v',-yjtiicfiiig dirtftMfcft v i tot to repeM'tK's^heritf Blsftfcdk lyv* rt'ies who uE*e '€ttfr It' "'-.os south-vve^t 'iii 'lJinden, if y know '(iborti. Inhere Were !- verul sfcetos ffred 'last Wednes- in Froths Mke. a id they ) omM be report «a and dealt 1 Ij its the law directs. Nffl % ■■W *),' you hear the roar of the iron V^se'coming up main street in months will you be- $ xc It%ot look; and beliap- X,A ~ • - *- - ■• <£•■'*- **i "■* —- Now is the tim...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 18 June 1907

nta this ?*t". /'■> the ' :.ezhodiPt mmmIt* ra •f i 3reached at cnurcr bund ft' J. J. Barrett find town lust Friday. All kin'Vi of Ti'iJ '(he £5abin Drug Store. Sloan Taylor iva9 one day last Wc«k- v/ero in ru in town Caned Sweet Potatoes Glass Front. fct the 11 ana jrx night to vf ed congregations. i N. Mnrptt,carrier a complete hi. < > ' - i'a* it in(, get his prices before buying eta where. Mesdafhea Dave Lee, Louella Eiiel atid IS. F. Cromer, and daughter, Miss Verlie, passed ifesgjptipry Rail./ We received oxet Jhe phone yerterday from. Bro. £ra I?ryce Faptor of the*Linden charge of t.jtbo Methodist church lowldg aufiouncement: Do^k Myero and wife were in i through town yesterday 011 their 'fie city Friday. 7 lbs good Rdaated uCt>fWo 'for $1.00 at C. II. Nelson's. Messrs Press Hafhilton, It. M- fStevvart and J. S. Gholston were visitors to Linden last week. j See that ne'w line of Station- ary at the Cabin *brug Store. Mr. Charlie Thrasher, of && rOenter Hil...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 18 June 1907

Mi mf PERFECTLY WEtL. Experience of a Ne*w Cas- tl«, Pa., Woman. ' ' I T f I® sfovil I 3 I WY a. JTohw Mansell, <514 So. Jefferson ,No*r Castle, Pa., aya; "For years I wus running down with kidney trou- blo without know- ing what It wa;J, and liually got so bad 1 was given up. Th« urinary i>as- aages were painful, aomotiniea scauty and again very pro- fuse. My limbsi feet and ankles bloat- ed dreadfully, and sometimes my whole body. My heart palpitated and • had smothering spells. A week's treatment with Doan's Kidney Pills helped me and n few boxes eured me At 68 1 am strong and well." Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. His Usual Nightly Stunt. **I must not listen to you, Mr. Pen- uyallno," protested' the blushing girl, wllh eyes downcast. "You are only trifling and—and, besides, It is get- ting late." ""Please hear me out, Miss Helen," (pleaded the infatuated young report- er; "I'll cut it down to 250 words."— Rose leaf. [ ■ 1 v Do Not Su...

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