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

mm :-v —L-a-x- vSi'y , i*e Co. PLEm AND ^PHED StOQK CASKETS, COFFINS, BURIAL SUITS AND ROBES, best attention given calls (Jay or] night i TO TOZIERS COOLING BOARD ' AND Wx LNUT STOOLS FURNISHED FREE. Day Phone 06 Night Phd le 17 LINDEN, TEXAS. LINDEN TRANSFER LilVERY RfiD FEED STABLiE. WE HANDLE BRICK, LIME AND SHINGLES, D W.J Sunday j 'unday, ! Preach sit 1.1 a( Praycil Indies . day evening M. R. Cll J. T. Ill Sunday Schooll day, F. L. Frost Preaching everjl day by the Pastoj night. Prayer meetinj night. Methodist- Horned Monday evening. l. each (lent. ?*stor ktur- Alien, Urqmhart, DRUGGIST. THE BEST OF EVERYTHING IN THE DRUG LINK. \ Mail Orders Filled Promptly. jn- Its liodgr* AcF. & A. M. Linden Lodge No. 192 meets every 1st Saturday night in'each month. L C. Weaver, W. M. I. E. Lanier, Secretary. : rk tar} of"\ Moseley Bldg narnrawmw. uwvjiuiwj L. C. WEAVER, prcsidbnt C. E. DAVIS, 1st v-i kes. Jefferson, Texas. S. Ii. GEORGE, treasurer WESLEY MORSE, 2nd v-pruVs The Caddo Co-...

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

■ >-■ ft ' ' '...* " , ;: ■ ■ . ■• ■ ....,.. .'. .'■■ ■: *. • y • ' ■ ?'• ' • '■ '&M '•>vm 1 .''V. wm^tBSSS yW.\wimw •'" ' / / ■", . ■ i I .v.'-f'• "' • .* ' B4n«,i;r & i;it\viv Publisher*.}> A. !Paper Devoted to the best Interests of the People. ^ub«eripHoii, Sl.OO Per Annuo*) VOL. 38. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1013. NO. 47. HANDLING MONEY OUR BUSINESS f THUS is our business just the same as our Merchants, pach have their special lines. Not unlike the Merchant, we are constantly looking for new Customers. KEEP YOUR MONEY IN THE CASS COUNTY STATE BANK Buy your goods at homo. Lot's cultivate the habit of do- ing nil the business) wc can right here in Linden and keep our money in Cans County. CASS COUNTY STATE BANK LINDEN, TEXAS HOUSE SHOW PAGEANT. Oriental Splendor Will Meet Oc- cidental Fashion at Fort Worth Show. State Board of Examiners Passes on Applications of 1725. Austin, Texas, Nov. !>.—The state board of examiners has hilnploted its work of exa...

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

" > I . .. -71 ■ffi ■mzB< imB Wt !S31 ■HHUlffH n i if I ===—==== THE PESSIMIST. ' ' . ■ treat For Your Liver and Bowels Young and Old, Male *nd Female, all Slog tht Praises ol Hoi Sprlnfs Lifer Buttons— Make You Peel Fine la |_Day. Don't fool with Calomel or Salts ov ha tub purgative* that act yiolently, many time* injuring the lining of the boweU, and causing serious illness. HOT SPRINGS LIVEH BUTTONS are mild, gentle, yet absolutely certain. They always act blissfully on the bowels and never fitil to unclog the Btubborn liver, and compel it to do its work properly. Physicians in Hot Springs, Arkansas, prescribe them because they know that there is nothing better they can prescribe. Take HOT SPRINGS LIVER BUTTONS as directed and get rid of constipation, dizziness, biliousness, sick headache, sal- low, pimply skin. They are a fine tonic, for they drive impure matter from the blood, make the bowels and stomach anti- septic, and give one a hearty appetite. All druggists 25 cents...

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

ii ! THREE DELICIOUS PIES INTENDED FOR THE PRINCIPAL COURSE AT DINNER. Steak and Oyster Combination la a Famous English Dish—Voal and Ham Also Form Qood Ingredients. Rump Steak and Oyater Pie—One pound of rump steak, 25 oysters, half blade of mace, one tablespoonful wal- nut catsup, a piece of yellow peel of lemon, salt and pepped to taste, a cup of gravy and half-pound of paste. Cut the pound of steak In small collops, flour them. Put putt paste, or a good light paste around the edge of a bak- ing dish, or deep pie dish. Then put In alternate layers of the rump steak and oysters, tilling the dish. Season each layer with salt and pepper. Pour In a large spoonful of the gravy; cover the top, glaze, make the opening In the center and bake. Put the strained liquor of the oysters in saucepan; add the beards or gills, which should be clipped from the oysters, the bit of lemon peel, blade of mace, the catsup and remainder of the gravy. The orig- inal recipe calls for a glass of port wine,...

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

f f< ■■■I y'\ / fX ■if iNGER & BfcWIN* EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. f « IB YlfECASS COUNTY SUN published every Ittwday, U entered lit the Lludeu iioatollioo mb socomt,Class mutter. , RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION! Single copy per year ' $1.00 '' six months ' 50 cents No papers-Sent out Without. the cash advancK; paper stopped when time is "lit, or we losc.it. Obituary notice# and curtls of thanks wil'be inserted at tWo;and-a-half cents l>ei li«K COTTON RfiPORt. The tabulation of the separate returns from the gins of Cat s county shows the amount of cotton ginned pryor to Nov. 14, 1918, to be 19*806. Same date mst year 22,879. The amount ginned in Texas Htid the United States up to Nov. V, 1913, was: Texas - - 2,950,4391 Receives Tho ladies entertained WWT"B "SfiWer in honor of sister J. T. Hooks, in the home of Mrs. D. H. Morris, Wednesday from 2 until 4 p. tn. The hostess was assisted in re- ceiving by Mrs. Pearl F. Davis. The reception hall was gaily bedecked with growing fern4 and ...

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

H? ! IV ( f ' . y TiiiiifrJ^r'^r';^ • : • aa&aayg J*WI .^ggraawr BEGINS FRID4Y NOVEMBER 14th BIG DOUBLE PAGE CIRCULAR for Special Prices on the bluest line of DRY GOODS ever offered at, Special Rates this season of the .year. Y ard wide L L 6 cent A I OP Domestic only *... *t l"fcv Bleafthibga at yard V • • • 43~4c 5 cent Cotton Chucks HI Op the yard u I "fcv ladies'$3 50 and .fd-OO dM CO tine Shoes.... yJliUw Boys 5U cent Shirts on lv 25c Lad ion' extra jjoo.l ->> |Qp cent Vests luw Meal's Good Suits 1 i. ' * $4.95, $5.95 and $7.50 MflBBEOJ OF ITEMS IH THE B!G W* 1.98 READ the Prices, See llie Hoods and tako ad- vantage of thi.s GREAT OPPORTUNITY. •fust at the season von need the goods. Ladies' $-'! 50 Hots - Hundreds of yds of Out- 'A 1.2r ings 7 1.-2 cents arid - ' ! Small Cotton Blankets, 38c i • . PERKINS BROS. Company Men's Overcoats at Sale begins Friday Nov. l4iaiMrei,ul)rM9M . $4.9b si "Santo Clans ANNOUNCEMENT Holiday Goods is not a "side line" with us. Our Mr. M...

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

m' \ • ^ %% &;f ' hk: ■ ■ ' *AMW-W:'i H .. . . T.-Z V'v" ?-■< , ■, . ., -T: /■ ; ■ . ••"•' • ' •" ,: • ' W,4ti '$.?* • "* .SI, .. sraraiasBH I®- i,%Vv:: • THE CASS COUNTY SUN 1 & Erwln, Editors and Prey*. "TEXAS VICTORIA, MEXICO FALLS TO REBELS CAPITAL OF TAMAULIPAS 18 TAKEN AFTER A BLOODY BATTLE. FEDERAL GARRISON ROUTED Huerta'a 3,000 Men Almost Annlhll- ated by an Army of 5,000 in 49 Hour Fiaht. Brownsville, Texas.—With the cap ture Tuesday of Victoria after 49 hours of continuous and hard fighting, the constitutionalists are in control of the seat of government of the state of Tamaulipas. The federal forces defending the city are reported to have been an nihilated and hundreds of dead bodies littered the streets of Victoria. Nu- merous corpses were still in the gov- ernment palace Wednesday, where the federal forces Bought refuge when they were driven from a Catholic sanctuary In which they held forth all of Monday. Destruction of proper- ty by fire and Bhell was great...

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

■ Wmm, v. r 1 "Oj t. >k 1 ( A ROMANCE OF SUGGESTED BY THE PLAY BT m ARMSTRONG copyrkjht iPio .gr HfflFgg y brothers 8YNOP8I8. Cowboys of the Flyln* Heart ranch ar® heartbroken over the loss of their much- prlxed phonograph by the defeat of their champion In a foot-race with the cook of the Centipede rancjv A houae party Is on at the Flying Heart. J. Walllngfora Speed, cheer leader at Yale, and Culver Covington, Inter-colleglate champion run- ner. are expected. Helen Blake. Speed s aweetheart, suggests to Jean Chapln, sis- ter of the owner of the ranch, that she Induce Covington, her lover, to win back the phonograph. Helen declares that If Covington won't run, Speed will. The cowboys are hilarious over the prospect. Speed and his valet„ 1-arry Olass. trainer at Yale, arrive. Helen Blake asks speed, who has posed to her as an athlete, to rare against the Centipede man. The cowboya loin in the appeal to Wally, and fearing that Helen will And him out. ho consents. He Insist., howeve...

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

■ aStMNMHNt i -SRI f ' & m■&&.^ ^ ^SM ii4 mmm mtsam eass sate Linden Hardware & Furniture Co. FUNERAL DIRECTORS COMPLETE AND VARIED STOCK CASKETS) COFFINS, BURIAL SUITS AND ROBES. Very best attention given calls day or, night PRICES TO SUIT ALL. TOZIER S COOLING BOARD *AND WALNUT STOOLS FURNISHED FREE. Day Phone 00 Night Phone 17 LINDEN, TEXAS. LINDEN TRANSFER CO. LilVE^V fljMD FEED STABLE. WE HANDLE BRICK, LIME AND SHINGLES* D I EECTORY Churches GREATEST HORSE SHOW. . I lien Urquhart, DRUGGIST. THE BEST OF EVERYTHING IN THE;DRUG LINE. Mail Orders Filled Promptly. Moaeley Bldg. Jefferson, Texas. i,. c. weaver, prbsident, c. k. davis, 1st v-pres. s. e. george, treasurer wesley morse, 2\d vprus The Caddo Co-Operative Oil & Gas Co. Incorporated Under the Laws of t he State of Texas. LINDEN, TEXAS Invite yon to co-operate with them in the development of Cass and Marion County oilfields. Invest $ 22.50 in a Home Development proposition. - A Lot and Co-Operative Contra...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 2 December 1913

; '' 33MP P" •,t dk *■**.:.- ■ MGfi>ffl \ * A :' ' * - - - * •< w • _ w* - •• > ■■■. * - v t , . ' • L J 't '• I :.s "Y* T": ! "' * M|f f * '4-% ' , :\rr 'I > . 1 .■ ••■ i ■ r wA ;f 'Jit ■,,,j s. ; *1 r }[ f fc j, BANGER & I KW IV Publishers. )■ A. IPapor Devoted to tho best Interests of the People. VOL.38. ~~ {Subscription, fl oorer Amunm LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1913. NO. 43. MONEY OUR BUSINESSj t Ofe THIS is our business just the same us our Merchants, each h p. v e their special lines. Not unlike the Merchant, we are constantly looking for new Customers, OT1I KEEP YOUR MONEY IN THE CASS COUNTY STATE BANK Buy your goods at home. Let's cultivate the habit uf do- ing all the business we can right here in Linden and keep o ur money in Cass County. CASS COUNTY STATE BANK LINDEN, TEXAS Every Man to His Trade. George Schroeder, a convict, whose baritone voice got hiin out of Walla Walla penitentiary after gottiug a 20 year sentence, for lorgery, will go on th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 2 December 1913

Pain In Back and Rheumatism ere the daily torment of thousand* To ef- fectually cure these troubles you must re- move the cause. Foley Kidney Pills begin to work for you from the first dose, and ex- ert so direct and beneficial an action in the Icidneys and bladder that the pain and tor- ment of kidney trouble soon disappear* MANY A NAN is blamed for a bad disposi- tion when it is really the fault of his liver. will expel all HUMORS BILIOUS Get them today. $35to*75 Weekly in a BUSINESS OF YOUR OWN FREE We need a man—Farmer'® son preferred—to handle household necessities always in use, terri- tory in free—work profitable, stcudy and healthfuL No Experience Necessary WE TEACHYOU If you nrc ambitious for u buxinea* all your own, writ® for our plan—we v.ill explain everything in detail, many arc making big money every week under out direction and plans of Modern Mercbfcndlsing. You can do the name*—this to your opp >• ..unity—take ad- vantage of it—write today. Afft ^KOCHV.T.CO "WAGO...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 2 December 1913

■.* /«£•- ' '.' • •**,. '" i ". .!' w . '••* A; —= TEXAS BREVITIES The excavation and foundation for the new federul poutofflce building •at Hillsboro is complete and work on the walls has commenced. The struc- ture will cost $60,000. • • • The Frisco railroad will commence the erection of a new depot at Gran- bury immediately to not exceed a cost of $7,500. « . The attorney general has approved a $1,200,000 bond issue for Houston $800,000 of which will be used for street paving purposes and the re- maining $'100,000 for bridges. • • Plans are being formulated at Urownwood for tho erection of a, largo .electric plant to cost several thousand dollars. The company will install a number of large street lights. * * William P. McC'ombs, chairman of the Democratic! national committee, after a conference with President "Wilson, announced that he believed the Republican party would be the chief contender with tho Democratic party for the presidency in 191ti. • • • On Dec. 6 the Houston-Harr...

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

" . nr. * £ HW JPP _ V: -^Ifiayg/x-X . . ■ VW " .••'■. wmm *•>": v JTO" -- ass HMRMMBRaiwal ;j& ,y i'■''■■ W^:- ' ' J-: 1 A" ' - >-• i 4 19 p & tl A SURPRISE FOB T % Beginning Saturday, December the 6th and running till Christmas we are going to offer you some Attractive Bargains. These prices should appeal to you, because it maans money made. Why money made? Because it will be money saved. : : : : : "... •' . " ■*'. . . • JUST LISTEN! m Mens' Clothing Mens' $15.00 Suits at $13.00 Mens' $12.50 Suits at $ 9.50 Mens' $10.00 Suits at $ 8.00 Mens' Pants Mens' $5.00 Pants at $4.00 Mens' $3 50 Pants at $3.00 Meus' $2.50 Pants at $2.00 Boys Clothing Boys' $5 00 Suits at $3 90 Boys' $3 50 Suits at $2 90 Boys' $3.00 Suits at $2.50 Boys' $2 50 Suits at $2 00 Mens' Hats Mens' $3.00 Hats at $2.35 Mens' $2.50 Hats at $2.00 Mens' $2.00 Hats at $1.50 Mens' Shoes Mens' $5.00 Crossett Shoes ut. . . .$4.35 Mens' $4 50 Crossett Shoes at . . . .$3.75 Mens' $4 00 Crossett Sho3s at. . . .$3...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 2 December 1913

i •f iVf' «. > • '■ w •>y. J ..A,^ ... ;.i ifm ^ 4J£1 ?W> lg I ' ■ • ■ ■ ■■■"'*■ tan'' ' "Santa Clans" ANNOUNCEMENT Holiday Goods is not a "side line" with us. Our Mr. Morris has the experience of fifteen years buying, and our Gift Goods this season will equal any found in any store in North East Texas. While in Dallas he bought such articles as will be lasting and useful for years id CuiTiC" in your homes. Mrs. E. S. Keeling has been right sick the past few days. Ladies wishing sowing done see Mrs Nelaori and Jones at tho home of Mrs. Nelson. Car Pittsburg Perfect Hold and garden fencing, also nails and barbwire, atE. II. Sheffield. liaisons at Sam Fant's. Wait for our GRAND HOLIDAY OPENING, which will be Dec. 15th. CABIN DRUG STORE THE HOUSE OP QUALITY. A. W. Henderson is reported right sick this week. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE] Cotton batting for quilts at j John S. Morris. Plenty of schoo! books for all | tho country schools at J. J. j Story's. Cottolene at K. Wynn's. A. D. Mo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 2 December 1913

; s life 1 ft ■- *'•:? ; % V jfc ■ 1£ I II. .1 ' im M®.. m t I 4v i 1 J MEXICAN FEDERALS REPULSED AT JUAREZ AFTER TWO DAYS HARD Flam-- ING CONSTITUTIONALISTS ARE VISTORIOUS. 1,500 HUERTA MEN KILLED — Estimate* 500 Revolutionists Were Slain—Troops Cut to Pieces I by Artillery. El Paso, Texas.—After two days ol 'severe fighting, Gen. Villa'B consti- tutionalist troops Tuesday night at 8 o'clock had the federals, commanded |by Gens. Jose Ynez Sulazar, Marcel 'Caraevo, Mancilla and Antonio Rojas, under full retreat and the battle around Juarez is now claimed a com- plete Carrancista victory. It means tthe possession practically of the en- lire state of Chihuahua. Gen. Villa telegraphed his chief aide, Col. Juan N. Medina, in Juarez, that the federals were in "disgrace- ful retreat" and that they had aband- oned their artillery and three of the seven trains which conveyed them from Chihuahua. It is variously re- ported that more than 500 prisoners were also taken by Villa. It is variousl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 2 December 1913

mr-1 A ROMANCE - m ITTH in—u !EX BelScii SCWE3TO) BV PLAY BY" 'BEACH AND "MUL ARMSTRONG ID J^PrHjgHT jlgT^gr HA7?PEP ffBROTHCRg SHU IB SYNOPSIS. Cowboys of tlio I-'lylnK Heart rnnch arc Hieartbroken ovtr tlie loss uf their much- prised phonograph by the defeat of their 'champion In u fool-race with the cook of 'the Centipede ranch, A houne parly la on at the Flying Heart. .1. Walilngford Speed, cheer leader at Yale, and Culver Covington. Inter-colleslate champion run- tier, are expected. Helen Blake, Speed x wweetheurt, suggest* to Jean Cbaplri, bih- ter of the owner of the ranch, that bIic Induce Covington, her lover, to win back the phonograph. Helen declares that If Covington won't run, Speed will. the cowboys are hilarious over the prospect. ■Speed and Ills valet, l,arry Glass, trainer at Yale, arrive. Helen Blake asks Speed, who has posed to her as an athlete, to race against the Centipede man. The ■cowboys loin In the appeal to Wally, and fearing thut Helen will llnd him out, ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 2 December 1913

$ . T " - ' " \ ; 4 ' " ' ' " ■'"' '' ;'- „m'jiui'^juJux.i-iJumL'aiu.^i-ijyl i'11,i n 1 m '' WrMMA'' $$3 SfSrf Wi • irdware & Furniture Co. 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 ?AND WALNUT STOOLS FURNISHED FREE. Day Phone 00 Night Phone 17 LINDEN, TEXAS. LINDEN TRANSFER CO. ' / LilVEHV FEED STfiBbE. WE HANDLE BRICK, LIME AND SHINGLES. Allen Urquhart9 DRUGGIST. TEE BEST OF EVERYTHING IN THE;DRUG LINE. Mail Orders Filled Promptly. Moseley Bldg. Jefferson, Texas. a I '4 I« C. WEAVER, PRESIDENT C. E. DAVIS, 1ST V-TRES. S. E. GEORGE, TREASURER WESLEV MORSE, 2nd v-prus 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. ------ •m A Lot and Co-Operative Contra...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 9 December 1913

. ■: rn 4' , fh PL JH 0 ;s;f- '• , 't-' ."i' .'■ ';!( ." P^Biyjg4K' j BANGER & IIHIVIX, Publishers. > A. Papei1 Devoted to the best Interests of the People. {Sufcucripfion, $1.00 Per Annmtt VOL. 38. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1913. IN THE RACE OF LIFE WE Are Jockeys of our Fat9. If we lose, it is be- cause we are not follow- ing the pace of THRIFT; we are companions of SPENDTHRIFT. mm IlflflFTM WHICH WILL YOU BE? THE young man who works and saves until he has ac- quired indopeuc'a'ice or the idler who spends all in youth and is an object of charity in old age. Take a tip from us. Start a Bank Account today. CASS COUNTY STATE BANK LINDEN, TEXAS EXTRACTS FROM THE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE W. C. BLALOCK NO. 49* M. I). GIVEN8 „ . ...... .. 4 3 '4J® GBBTgRAX, STORE Whepe you i?ill find a full and complete line of Sta- ple and Baney Gpecepies, 9fv Goods and F^otiens. 6 BRAS' DRESS SHIRKS R SPECIFIC. A F^ice liine of Ladies' and Seats' RoSiopv. A full line of FIJI'S 0YESAU9. They...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 9 December 1913

■ •" EWBIMB ill ELSI^fef mmMW :rKV'; T ■ I I' i t i¥' ' ■MMiUlia1 ■ mI . r — MHffW :& • } Mm !* - ; - . vV-/;'' • ' a... ••"•;'? J . .• * . r -f *" Is _ t .:■ m> I L -,• M to- Moving. "Ware you moved by her music T" "Yes. it amounted to that. I think e should have kept the flat (or an- ether year If It hadn't been for her."— Puck. USB ALLEN'S FOOT EASK, lb* Anttaeptlo powder to be shaken Into theaboea (or Tender, uohtun feet. It takes tbe sting out of •oraa and bunions and makes walking adellgbk Bold •rerfwhere. 26o. Refute tubttltute*. For PRIM trial package, address A. B. Olmsted, LeRoy, N. T. Ad*. No, Alonaso, the extreme cuftragette doesn't want to be fnan's equal. She knows that she Is, and always has i en his superior. Backache Warns You Backache is one of Nature's warnings of kidney weakness. Kidney disease kills thousands every year. Don't neglect a bad back. If your back Is lame—if it hurts to stoop or lift—if there is irregularity of the secretions— suspect your kid...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 9 December 1913

1 i TEXAS BREVITIES Brownwood is to have a new and modern opera housi.. The structure will cost |W00 completed. • * * Dryan Is to have a new city hos- pital. The building will be a two-Btory brick and work has already begun. * * * Paris Elks are making preparations for the opening of thalr new $150,000 home, which is nearing completion. • * * Three new brick structures, one a three-story office building, aggregat- ing a total expenditure of $.'{5,000 are nearing completion in Cooper. • • • Since the opening of the mineral water bath house at Cooper five months ago 1000 patients have taken the mineral baths. • Taylor Is to have a new dally paper. A company capitalized at $10,000 has been chartered and the initial issue will appear in a few days. - i • ♦ Houston entertained the National Nut growers' association recently and delegates representing nearly every etate In the Union were prtaent. • • San Angelo citizens have grown en- thusiastic over the success of their fair and it is pla...

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