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

/ .{tajJiBI wmt 1 O B Linden Hardware & Furniture FUNERAL, DIRECTORS COMPLETE AND VARIED STOCK CASKETS, COFFINS, BURIAL SUITS AND ROBES. Very beat attention given calls day or, night PRICES TO SUIT ALL. TOZIERS COOLING BOARD PAND WALNUT STOOLS FURNISHED FREE. Day Phone 00 Night Phone 17 LINDEN, TEXAS. LINDEN TRANSFER CO. LIVELY FEED STABLE. WE HANDLE BRICK, LIME AND SHINGLES. 9 AUen Urquharl DRUGGIST. THE BEST OF EVERYTHING IN THE DRUG LINE. Mail Orders Filled Promptly. Mo3eley Bldg. Jefferson, Texas. I,. C. WEAVER, PRESIDENT C. E. DAVIS, 1st v-PREs. S. E. GEORGE, TREASURER WESLEY MORSE, 2ND V-PR-SS The Caddo Co-Operative Oil & Gas Co, Incorporated Under the Laws of the State of Texas. LINDEN, TEXAS Invite you to co-operate with them in the development of Cass and Marion County oilfields. Invest $22.50 in a Home Development proposition. ...... A Lot iinJ Co-Operative Contract shares in all oC their developments. WRITE FOR INFORMATION• In this dav of progress the man who woul...

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

4 \s'M ■ I • . i . . ■ f ' U • v,' ,&>< >:V C :.:' , f. \ i •$"%. ■■ ' wpraS , v.? * .. :®2F! fc!s t\GEK A, EHWiN, Publishers. } A Paper Devoted bo the best Interests of the IPeople. {Subucriplion, $I OO Per Aumun VOL. 38. LINDEN, TEXAS, ITTESDAY OCTOBER 21, 1913~ NoT4^7 IS IT FLYING YOUR WAY? Sfei*-. BIO prepared to catch and hold a portion of all t h at flies your way. We have tin? cage* Von wii be curpriserl how fast the cage will fill after you make the start. OPPORTUNITY PASSES THE MAN WITHOUT MONEY. How many times could you have ma do a good invest- ments or bought a home if you had saved for the lirst pay meat? Don't delay; Start today. CASS COUNTY STATE BANK LINDEN, TEXAS K—■■ r '""i'T'F"*'" w< UMW.^UWU. MBgaCBaaBBWBBHBMBmtMB SBHUMOn Shall Cass County B3 The Ban- ner county in the Inter-scholas- tic League'of Texas. in ordfcL' to make Cass county 1!h> banner country in the Iuter- si'holastio Debating and Decla- mation League of Texas. We, lite undersigned,...

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

t ■ THE CASS COUNTY SUN ■" ■ . Banger * Erwln, Editors and Prop*. ijNDBN. - - - - t: FOUR KILLED IN WRECK ON WACO INTERURBAN UNMANNED FLAT CAR, LOADED WITH TIE3, 8MA8HES INTO CROWDED COACH. COLLISION ONJGH TRESTLE Vlotlms Buried Beneath 'Cargo of Runaway—Three Persons Se- riously Injured. Dallas, Texas.—The motorman and three passengers were instantly killed and 23 out of a total of 27 passenger? ■were injured—three seriously—when an unmanned flat car loaded with ties, running wild down a two-mile grade, crashed head-on into a southbound Dallas-Waco interurban car Tuesday night, on a 20-foot trestle about two and and a half miles south of the city, where the .Southern Traction Company's interurban tracks cross the Ganta Fe overhead. Passenger ser- vice on this line was inaugurated Sunday. The dead: Walter O. Seay of Dal- las, motorman; Walter R. Hulbert, Lancaster, Texas; James Shippey, city marshall of Waxahachle; J. Car- penter, Waxahachie. The Seriously Injured: R. E. Bal- lew, O...

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

5g5:'l /. !• tw';' ''1 mm ®fW P . ■■ . r- ■■■ :■■''"•• ' \V 1 <!*•'' UMtifV^idp 1 .?FI Y^SkH! '4Effi* « " > .5-,,„- :... ,. r,Zf'lK : - ,: ,;,■•.>■;• 5 ■■:- - ■■ ■- Wi I -• I I i A ROMANCE EX BESCH SUGGESTED Lf THE P1AY BY" BAUL ARMSTRONG mUB^&fe BeM Sxnlt^i roprRIGHT 1910 -BY" HAT?PEE? ^BROTHERS SYNOPSIS. champion in «t foot-race with the cook of the Centipede ranch A house party h on at the Flying Heart. J. Walllnarord Or\An/l nU Ana l*.n >1.. m VT n I ^ fl n |1 /'ill VP r Cowhoyi of the Flying Heart ranch are heartbroken ov r tS« Ion* of their much- prized phonograph t>f the defeuLof their cha ' ' ~ " ' " the on Speed, cheer leader at Yale, and Culver •Covington, Inter-cOlleglatM champion run- ner, are expected. Helen Blalie, Speed ■weethenrt, becomes Interested In the loss of the phonograph. She migg«sts to Jean Chapln, alster of the owner of the ranch, that she Induce Covington, her lover, to •win back the phefnogntph. Helen declares that If Covington won t r...

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

lip II •'< 'tmP f~ .5 PSffl mil in «■_'■. Hi* > m ■* «? ?P«powr ??-■ - s BSffe; ■>•"■■:■ ill " c ' J" '• i ■i. / 4 '" GABS COUNTY SUN J.JB. A. BANGER W. L. ERWXN BANGER & ERWIN, ' EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. THE CASS COUNTY SUN published every Tuesday, in entprcd «t tbe Uudon pogtottloe *0 P«con<UClHB# matter. ratus 01' subscription: Single copy per year ' $1.00 " six months ' 50pents No papers sent out without the cash In advancB; paper stopped when time is •utt, or we lose it. Obituary notices and cards of thanks will be inserted at two-and-a-half cents pet line Street Commissioner W. C. Taylor has been putting in some good work on tbe streets, which has been needed badly for some time. The crew is at work this week filling in the gulliesnear the Baptist church. The Home Mission met at the church the usual time three oclock Monday afternoon open- ing with song and prayer. The president Mrs. Ham ill was not able to attend on account of sickness and was very much missed...

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

Jf M JEa '■' — ■ - ippr IV' . ■ T*?—' \ . -ytmim ■ Pv«,f,r '■' ' ■PPHBfai p*W a piwW>! . j v>; .^ j^jj|. >.• W* ■-• •• I I I AV; #v I .#&'1 I is •(.. < ■ ■ '. j r ■.'■ /C?>7.4/ lYTfflL LTQENCE Plenty of jchoo! books for all iht) eouatry ath >ola at J. J. Story'*, Mr. and Mrs. John Kesseler, of Naples, are visiting friends here. Lemons at Sam Pants. Oottolene at K. Wyhn'a. Cooking oil at Sam Fant's. Mr. and Mrs. IX H. Morris visited in Queen City Sunday. If you want feed stuff see the Transfer people. Keg Pickles at Saui Funt's. Lots of burbwire, staples and tiails at I. N. Marretts. Buy you a good Sad die from Harris, Duncan & Fuot. Born to Mr. and Mrs BdJoues a fine boy a few days ago. Go to Sam Fant for all kind of staple and fancy Groceries. Five p> uudE roasted coffeo for $1 00 nt Sam Paul's. Pork and Beans at K. Wvhn'tJ. For a good Shot Gun Call ut The Sun rflico. Onior.3 at Sain Fants. Miss Vivian Surrafc spent the prist week with relatives and fri...

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

BE JOLLY and thus prove thit your liver is working properly. It is always the person with a "lazy liver" that is downhearted, blue and despondent. Cheer up— help the liver and bowels in their work by taking HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS and you have the secret to health and happiness. Take a bottle home today. Tokens of Trade. "I went to the Bootmakers' union dinner last night." "What were the 'eats?'" "Sole, tongue, shoestring potatoes and peach cobbler."—Yale Record. FACE COVERED WITH PIMPLES 214 Brevard St., Tampa, Fla.— "Some three years ago 1 commenced to suffer from a rash on my face and back. Before the pimples came on my face there were a lot of blackheads. It looked as if the blackheads turned into pimples because aftsr a little while all of them were gone and my face was covered with pimples. They were small at first but gradually grew and right at the end of each ■pimple it was all white. I carelessly picked them with my finger nails, which made them spread, and I soon disc...

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

sfeTi, JwSi iSt >W-' ■ ■ H'>* flSfTf 1 v*3"'"■ . ' I COOKIES IN DEMAND T wmmmm P083IBLY ON ACCOUNT OF WAY THEY WERE MACE. At Least There May Bo Ideas In Recipe This Young Person Fol- lowed—Cordially Indoraod by Brother Frank. The Young Permon wae about to bake cookies. Brother Frank watched her tip up the molasses Jug. "Let me," he said, "that'a pretty heavy." Then, as he watched the thick brown syrup drip slowly Into the cup—"I like 'lasses." The young person laughed appreci- atively. "I know you do—Sally and Molly and 8u8le and—my cookies—all sorts of 'lasses! There!" her voice rising to a little shriek. "You'll spill It. Thanks!" with relief as Fr*nk got the big Jug safe to the table again, ehe replied, rolling the cold dough "Now, go read Chapter 11. in your book there, and by that time I may have a cooky for you—if you don't read too fast." So Frank left her to her devices, and she went quickly about her task. While the CUP °' molasses was reaching the boiling point Jo. i...

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

' '.S7v?7v.'-': *> I I Ki - I I! | IV * " I , 1 t -« 11 "> e ■ ..; w • "•;■■■ . msEaU .< -rr-^sr ■ *" ■ ii '2" i; ' *.:"• SP* • ipiBSssSfi ■ f., • A, ' .". " % a^ii^'j'jegaagg? Linden Hardware & Furniture Co. FUNERAL DIRECTORS COMPLETE AND VARIED STOCK CASKETS, COFFINS, BURIAL SUITS AND ROBES. Very be3t attention given calls day or, night PRICES TO SUIT ALL. TOZIERS COOLING BOARD FAND WALNUT STOOLS FURNISHED FREE. Day Phone 66 Night Phone 17 LINDEN, TEXAS. LINDEN TRANSFER CO. LtlVEf*Y AND FEED STABLlE. ——WE HANDLE BRICK, LIME AND SHINGLES. r> i B E Q T o R "Y L® ['O®«/ ® M 9MJBWWB W ^ DRUGGIST. THE BEST OF EVERYTHING IN THE DRUG LINE. Mail Orders Filled Promptly. Moseley Bldg. Jefferson, Texas. -^r30r-,-.,-^>i Nrnn-.'i JU.LUU. nim am I,. C. WEAVISU, pRiisiaB.N r, C. E. DAVIS, lsr v-prus. S. It. GEORGE, TREASURER WESLEY MORSE, 2nd v-i-Rts The Caddo Co-Operative Oil & Gas Co. Incorporated Under the Laws of the State of Texas. LINDEN, TEXAS Invite you to co-opera...

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

I ) I I ' J i ' B MKF.R A I'JWIS, V..bli liei . > JV. Papor Devoted to the best Interests of the jPeoph-. i SntMcripti«a •!.«• Per VOL. 38. IS IT FLYI1 LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1913. YOUfc WAY? m BE prepared to catch and hold a portion ftf all that flies your wav. We luivo tlrj cage. Yon wil bo cur prised how fast the cage will till after you make the start. OPPORTUNITY PASSES THE MAN WITHOUT MONEY. How many times could you have made n. good invest tftetfte rtl4 bought a nome ii you had saved for the first puy mnnt? Don't delay; Start today. CASS COUNTY STATE BANK LINDEN, TEXAS FARMERS' DAY; Low Rales and Interesting Pro- gram Have Been Arranged, 1 NO. 43. EnJ Calf Slaughter And Re- ditu The Cost of Living. Washington, Oct. 22.—That tin1 slaughter, of calves, con tri- butes Iftr^lv to the hlgtt cost oi liv'iri"- h the theory of Congress- man Pivd Britten, of Chicago, \\ ho has introduced a bill in the lower house to prohibit the kill- jug interstate shipment of any cal...

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

'mi 1 ■ ■ IPR WMKBlL ^0 ■ Mv* ■ -«T r 'i+.lr"*' '*V,:.> ■. .'.*-->t.iJt:i: .#** .*• if*i- '" .*5a C r^Mr.''' -v ,<■ V>*i s= CASS COUNTY SUN & Erwis, Editors and Prop*. - TEXAS V . i Ei ■ -t 7 MINERS RESCUED AFTER SIX DAYS ONB MEXICAN -KNOWN TO BE DEAD IN ROCKDALE MINE, BUT NOT FOU^D. PRAYER SERVICES ARE HELD Men Taken Out Are In Weakened Condition, but Will Soon Be all Right Doctora Declare. I Rockdale, Texas.—Seven of eight Mexican miners who were entombed •in a coal mine here last Thursday as the result of a cave-in were Tuesday night rescued alive after strenuous work. At 8 o'clock the workmen dug trough into the mine tunnel and ,ie hour later the first rescued miner as hoisted to the Burface, 75 feet iove. At 9:45 o'clock the seventh and t man was brought up. he eight man—Georgge Lopez—is wn to have drowned in another of the mine. The body has not recovered, but an effort was to get it out. i* entombed men were in a great- akened condition. Local physi- administe...

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

ACOMANCE % I I i f / JT&EX liEAEH SUGGESTED BY THE PLAY BY" IBMJL ARM3TR0WG SYNOPSIS. Cowbo7 of the Klylug n<-ar' r rich are henrtt'-oki-n over the hiss of tlu i' mtieh- l>rlzed phonograph by tin- rtefeu of their «-hur'u>lon In a foot-race with 0. cook of Centlpeilo ranch. A i.out party Ih on at the Flying Heart, i lllngford Speed, cheer leader at Yule «. d Culver Covington, Inter-colleglate , h i plon run- ner. are expected. Helen Wal \ Speed's sweetheart, becomes Interests 1 n the loss of the phonograph. She UtfX" is to Jean Chapln, sister of the owner nf the ranch, ♦hat she Induce Covington, ln-i lover, to win back the phonograph. Hi 11 declares that If Covington won't run ^peed will. The Cowboys are hilarious < r the pros- pect. Speed and his valet. irry Glass, trainer at Yale, arrive. Heler, Blake asks Speed, who has posed to lie as a« ath- lete, to race against the Centipede man. The cowboys loin In the apt il to Wally, and fearing that Helen wl>. :lnd him o...

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

RATliS of subscription: Bttigfe copy per year ' SI -"00 " six months ' 50 Cents Noiwper«iaent out without the cash In advance; paper stopped when time is •nit, or we lose it. Obituary notices and cards of thanks wit'be inserted at two-and-a-half cents line More About Good Roads. Editor Sun. t Bear sir; llaviug just cotupbt- \otf my trip over the County in ♦ he interest of the old Confeder- ate soldiers and their widows, I will say that I have while ou quid trip-made it a.part of my business to talk to the people flpon the great question of today and this is good roads for ("ass oopnty. 1 tind a majority of the people of this county are very much interested in better roads. They seem to be especially inter- ested m the work to lie done on the r.tb and (5th days of Nov. Most all business houses of t Ijo •ount.v have agreed to close their doors and go to the ruads those davs,. the country people are also U'k«« a great interest in the wofk- I earflestly request that each road overseer i...

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

1 I > vriigainiFBTiriin \mmm L O CAL INTEL LIQBJifCJfi Plenty of school books for ftll th« country Bi.hoola at J. J. Story's. CottOl'eue at K. Wyun's. If you want feed stuff see the Transfer people, t Mrs. (i. W. Cortdyaudchildren, Of Mill Creek community, were trading in town hist Thursday. Lota of bnrbwire, staples aud uttils at 1. N. Marietta. Buy von a good Saddle from Harris, Duncan & Font. Pork and Beans at lv. Wynit't). Born to Mr. find Mivi. .lordon Bdrrtp, t?f he.fr Labler, a ti no irl in the "J I inst. lUiy j'our colli us, caskPts and Initial toils from John S, Mor- .V'S. S3o« 11 ii ni!', 1>uih when y hi want n go'd Harness Mi YOU CAN ALWAYS FIND 1 d* Our line of MefchjsndifcO is complete. No flatter what you nre looking for, you can always finjil it at our store. WVwanti your paihmape,fcnd will try hard to please vou. THERE IS GREAT SATISFACTION in selling; GOOD MERCHANDISE as/well as using it. The cpiality.of our goods is remembered /long after the price is for...

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

—— *4 I f? I !/ wPSi V4g WBmfflmi • V ^-,.," 4 . !%•> It's up - you" ■MB | - a^|/ ■ to | New Ideas for Hapdy Boyg The question of health is largely in your own hands. If you will only guard the Stomach, Liver and Bowels against weakness by the daily use of Hosteller's Stomach Differs You need not fear an attack of Indigestion, Headache, Consti- pation, Heartburn, Biliousness or Malaria. Try a bottle today. You neei |H Indigesti |H pation, I §H or Malar ■■■ WOMEN WILL PURIFY TOWN Residents of Roscommon. Ireland, Take Determined Stand Against Lawbreakers.' Prompted by a spirit of emulation, a number of women In the county of Roscommon have started a crusade against the activities of the liquor traffic In- that territory, says a Dublin latter. They have not yet adopted the ama- zonian methods of the women of Kan- sas, but there is no doubt they have gone a long way toward modeling their campaign on the best American lines. The town of Roscommon has a liquor saloon for every twenty o...

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

J-W,r.r^ , V' ' | ) I. Si TEXAS BREVITIES ^ia Mab.uik voted recently to nnialn Incorporated. * * * The tov/n of Forney haw let a con- tract for a new firo station to cost about $3,000. « • The Wilbarger county poultry hs- eoclatlOn was formed at Vernon last week and it is planned to hold a poul- try show about Dec. 15. • • « An election has been called at Hills- boro for Nov. 15 to decide whether bonds to the amount of 1250,000 for good roads shall be issued * * * The voters of Montgomery are elr- culiatlng a petition asking for another road bond electi^), a $"50,000 issue having been defeated there recently. * * It is understood that a factory is to be built in Bishop at once for thn manufacture of silos and also for making brooms. • • An election has been called at Beau- mont to decide if $140,000 in bonus shall be issued for a county hospital building. • • • The largest number of cattle receiv- ed at the Fort Worth stock market in some time were unloaded Oct 1, when 7,500 steers ...

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

1MSH v|p$3! Warn «**« •% :-.~"<l-:?jiBgIf*.' l- *h'': \$w. Hardware & Furniture Co. H FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND VARIED STOCK CASKETS, , BURIAL SUITS AND ROBES. Very best attention given Galls day or, night PRICES TO SUIT ALL. TOZJJ3R S COOLING BOARD FAND WALNUT STOOLS FURNISHED FREE. Day Phone @0 Night Phone 17 LINDEN, TEXAS. LINDEN TRANSFER CO. LilVERY AND FEED STAfcLlB. WE HANDLE BRICK, LIME AND SHINGLES. Allen Urquhart, DRUGGIST* THE BEST OF EVERYTHING IN THE DRUG LINE. Mail Orders Filled Promptly. Moseley Bldg. Jefferson, Texas. L,. C. WEAVER, prgsijBMT, 1 C. E. DAVIS, 1st v-rREs. *tr S. K. GEORGE, TREASURER WESLEY MORSE, 2nd V-PRSS Tic Caddo Co-Operative Oil & Gas Co. , I r Incorporate Under the Laws of the State of Texas. LINDEN, TEXAS Invite you to co-operate with them in the development of i Cass arid Marion Comity oil fields. Invest #'22.50 in a Home Development proposition. A Lot and Co-Operative Contract shares v iu all of thoirtlevelopuieuts. i >• '>. ' WHIT...

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

vffi w* s l ■ \ ■ rV , *W ■ i L KllNGElt & EHH IN, Pttblialierti. ^ A iPafbf-r Xv ^tfcl to the best Interests of the People. {Subscription, $1.0® Per AunRut — ' "■"TQJ JnU, *we , 'XVUV'£iMlS£JK.«, 1WJL&. Sw^l(0|iMiiE FLYING YOUR Wax r BE prepared to .catch and hold a portion of all that (Hps jour way. Wo have t ha cage. You will be cur prised how fast the cage will fill after you make the start. OPPORTUNITY PASSES THE MAN WITHOUT MONEY. How tr.any times could .you have made a good invest merits or bought a home if you had saved for the lirst pay- ment? Don't, delay; -Start today. CASS COUNTY STATE BANK LINDEN, - TEXAS THE HOG A REVENUE a • <> / ... •-* -* ■ PRODUCER W. 0. BLALOCK M. V. QJVEN8 Pi a Pork and Its Products Increas- ing in Demand. t m, STORE —- I LIVE STOCK INSTITUTE IGOOD BilEEBiNS IMPORTANT Ft. Worth Fat Stock Show Will De Attended by the headers ti Herds. A f-litio intl.tute for instructing limtu.-k in the art of correct Blmpe, I 'G.J; mat appearance and...

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

* " - • • ; 4| • •;- ■Vk SwP ' • ' * ''C .*L' ■ • ,_, >WJL .£_., J - ILJ^HpHEB m ■ ••• - - • •|*-<i- '.; pg f: ■ IHDIGES1WH, 6KS Time itl Pape's Diapepsin end? all Stomach misery in five minutes. Do Bomo foods you oat hit baok— Into. Mm. Dyspeptic, Jot this down:- Pape's Di^popslu digests everything, leaving nothing to sour and upset you. There never was anything bo safely quick, sc certainly effective. No difference how badly your stomach is disordered you uJl'you'most Is that It strengthens and regulates your stom- ach so you can eat your favorite foods without fear. You feel different as soon as "Pape's Dlapepslu" comes In contact with the ■tomach—distress Just vanishes—your etomach gets sweet, no guses, no belch- lug, no eructations erf undigested food. Go now«nw k© 11m beat investment you ever made, by getting a large fifty- cent case of Pape's Diapepsin from any •tore. You realize In five minutes how ueedlcss it is to suffer from indiges- tion, dyspepsia or bad stomach. ...

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

" nr ^ • S" 5St v ■ !• 'v" ~ " ' A is, df, ■ V flgfTif w f ■•>.•- • •' - .' • : , XL. ' * #;&£: ■■ i*l:. 3! ' t -:T". ■ " •' " ' ' - ':,v A " ■ - ^. -r k.-; wlwJ^^lasSOtf 'U-Tj. ■ J LI _ -. J...,. .. ' J. ' ." •WAm 0A83 COUNTY SUN K J. IS. A. BANGER W. L. EBWIN BANGER & ERWIN, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. THE CASH COUNTY SUN poblliijietl every rutslsy, in entered bl the Llmteii postoffioe an Bet:oii<t.Clus> mutter. RATES OP subscription: tiP0«lc copy per year ' $1.00 " six months " oo cents ;+n papers sent out without the cash In apvancb; paper stopped when time is • "ut, or we lose it. ., « i i nrtix n"T~ ana cards of thanks he inserted at two-and-a-half cents pei line Receipts From Land Sales and Leases in October Amounted to $289,655.07. Austin, Teaxs, Out. 31.—State Treasurer J. M. Edwards today announced that during the month of October the receipts from land Bales and leases amounted to $289,855.07. This was divided into the following funds: Public schools, purcha...

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