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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 20 October 1914

$.'4?■ vJv1 ' r"V '• o Davis & Herndon PHYSICIANS AND SUKUEOHS I.INDEN, :-i TEXAS. Prompt attention given to all calls day 6r night. Office on south side of Court House square J. O. GOODMAN BARBER SHOP. I O.N WEST SIDE OF SQUARE. OOOD WORKMEN—QUICK SERVICE EVERYTHING UP TO DATE HOT AND COLD BATHS THEY WILL APPRECIATE YOUR TRADE. Dr. A. Crossle}' DENTIST Prepared to do all kind of dental work. Office in George-Bartlett Bids. * jwws il^ DIRECTOR-^ dnrcbti EUGENE THOPMSON L WYV lilt Linden, - - Texas Will practice in State and Federal Courts. G. T. BARTLKTI E. L, LINCOLN SARTLETT & LINCOLN Attornoya-it-Lr.w Linden, Tkxa Office in .EOUGE 3 v i • 'iTT Bld^. F>. fc. liOWl-iUN, JVI. D. PHYSICIAN AND Sl'KGEON. rIIONE NO. 37. B !•: ELUXCTON JEWELKU Engraving and R* pairing ' M 'i-in'ii r n| i..i • FRE FREE Memoirs of Napoleon In Three Volumes This man caused the last general European war. His personal memoirs, written by his secretary, Baron De Meneval, are full of the most absorb...

Publication Title: Cass County Sun, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 27 October 1914

m S ' ■ ; .!•; -p/v l1* - * "yVjf'j,d I'A i f || | II $ 1 ''^hBLtitvi - itv rru"nr-r-m.n~t-rc:nf r hi iiiw T"in—tt nm .'• • 'T-IvJiWB- ' 9* ' • •' , ;:■•■','• %;x,c, at<i&BK 1 ' - ' ' ' * <f I • - k ■* > / V Btm.KR & unwi.v Pnbiiahcn. > A. Paper Devoted to the best Interests of the People. <*ub«rripllo , •!.«« Per tnaa VOL. 39. W. 0. W. To Help Farmers. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 27J 1914. NO. 43. Ureter Announces It Will Lontl 80 a Bale to Members, Special to The News. Omabri; Neb., Oct. 15.—The Wobdmten t>f the World to-day decided to come to the assistance of members of tnat order in the cotton States. The grand coun- cil ordered that any Woodman who had cotton to sell will be loaned $30 on each bale, the rate of interest to be 6 per cent. The Woodiuen organization is very strong in the South, haviugmore t han a hundred thousaud mem- bers in Texas alone. King STRUCH BY TRAIN AND KILLED. Waco, Texas, Oct. 19.—Ben Cox, aged 53 years, was struck by a K...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 27 October 1914

: ■ V" " Try" this easy way to, clear your .sKin with. Resinol Soap 6 : Bathe your face for several mln- • J* utea with Resinol Soap and hot J • water,.working the creamy lather « I Into the skin gently with the fin- J • ger-tipa. Wash off with Resinol • J Soap and more-hot water. Finish J • with a dash of cold water to close • J the pores. « • Do this once or twice a day, and J • you will be astonished to find how • • quickly the healing, antiseptic • • Resinol medication soothes and * • cleanses the pores, removes pim- J • plea andtlackheads, and leaves the * • complexionclearfreBhandvelvety. • • Sold by nil drorclsts. Cor sample free, • • writs to Dept. W, Resinol. Baltimore, Md. * Seeking information. Bob Burman, record-holder in motor car racing,-tells the following story: Recently I was talking with a wom- an whose hus'band has acquired con- siderable wealth suddenly, and who was quite new to the social world and Its customs. She was particularly anxious to appear as If accust...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 27 October 1914

<1 IOOD CROP Saves Lives of Many Farm Ani- mals in Spring Time. If Not Pastured Too Cloie It Come* Out Wonderfully Past—Seed la Better for 8wlne Than for Other Stock—Plant In Fall. P. Byrnes, an enthusiastic and suc- cessful dry farmer as well as news- paper man at Pueblo, Colo., has come to the front In the defense of rye. For Dry Farming an4 Rural Homes Mr. Byrnes has written the following ar- ticle: "There is no more profitable crop to raise on the farm than rye. "Rye pasture In the spring Is the first green stuff that horses and cat- tle get and is a relish for tliein after feeding for several winter montha on dry grass and fodders. It loosens their hides, cleans out their stomachs nd tones them up for a season of Improve- ment. Rye pasture has saved the lives of many animals in the spring time. "Then along comes baying time. Rye hay is the dry farmer's alfalfa. If not pastured too close it comes out won- derfully fast and in this altitude it Is ready to cut along about the m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 27 October 1914

•T"M' nwiN I I lSb''"- ■ BANG-ER & ERWIN, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. TIIKOAS8 COUNTY SUN published every Tn«w'' y, 1> tillered t the Mo'lon uo^tomco; as Second CI Ant matter. kaib9 or subscription: Single copy pef-yerir 'd ' $1.00 " 4lx nidnths ' 50 cents papers sent out without the cash In advance; paper stopped when time is ^ut, or we lose it. Cruel sicken i propo brutalm on us ess a into dlwi|>poin In world wide method most fou8,fallin<rup- mble sudden- lady prolonged is r ion and the of hopes deferr- ed, 3t$ll rafcew hi Ebro^fe' with as little promise of peace as when it Obituary notices and cards of thanks wil1 be inserted at two-and-a-half cents pci line NIGHT RIDERS BUSY. Night riders posted a notice on the gin irt Atlanta Sunduy Might telling them to stop giu- nlng or they would be burned out. We understand notices were also posted on the business bouses in Duingerfield telling them if they bought any more cotton lor less than 10 per ponud they would be burned nut...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 27 October 1914

J I I { lA DEMOCRATIC For Governor: JAMES E. FERGUSON, Bell Co, • For Lieutenant Governor: W. P. HOBBY, Jefferson County. For Attorney General: B. P. L00NE7, Hunt County. For State Treasurer: J.M.EDWARDS, Runnels County, For Court of Criminal Appeals: W. L. DAVIDSON, Travis County. For Associate Justice Supreme Court: WM, E. HAWKINS, Travis County. For Com miHaioner of Agriculture: FRED W. DAVIS, Cooke County. For Railroad Commissioner: Earl b. mayfield, b^ii Co. Superintendent of Public Instruction: W. F. DOUGHTY, Falls County. mm ..!• Jslji ' . '' ' "i It Always Does the Work- "I like Chamberlain's Cough Remedy better t.lnn any other," writes R. E. Roberts, Homer City, I'a. "I have tak- en it off and 011 for years and it has nev- For General Land Commissioner:ler failed t0 K've 'he desired results." JAMES T. ROBISON, Morris Co. For Comptroller of Public Accounts: Mr. Bob Key, of Jefferson, waa a Linden visitor yosterday. Buy your coffins, caskets and buriul suits from John 8. Mor-...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 27 October 1914

PMiliPHi ITCWTICI 48 INEVITABLE that soon , there MUST BE deci81ve RESULT ON COAST. BELGIANS REPULSE GERMANS With Aid of British Fleet King Al. bert's Army Takes Days Honors In Corner of Little Kingdom. i London.—The correspondent of the morning Post In the north of France BayB he learns on excellent authorlt; that the allies have recaptured tend. >rlty Os^ . J r. London.—The third act of the war In the western theater has reached a critical point. The first act was the German attack to sweep through Bel- glum and Northern France upon Paris, •with the capture of the French capital as the climax of an irresistible ad- vance. The second act was the offensive assumed by the allies after General Von Kluck had stretched his army on the German west wing over a long line of communications that he could not hold. The allied army pressed German forces back toward the jlr an border, compelling the en*!"'" -~-OTr «.hp eastern pivot f4 Verdun u> rec .e lu ojuer ^ maintain an un- broken fr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 27 October 1914

1 PX •Jt 'Mk — fhe Land of fjBroken romises A Stirring Story of the Mexican Revolution By DANE COOLIDGE Mm if"Tin Flihdai Knot" "HWUcm Wim" "Tb« Toloi" He. (Copyright, 19X4. by Frank A. Muneey.) CHAPTER XXVII—Continued. By the eigne the land ahead was full of bandits and ladrones, men to whom human life was nothing and a woman no more sacred than a brute. At the pass all trails converged, from the north and from the south. Not-by any chance could a man pass over it In the daytime without meeting some one on the way, and If the base revoltosos once set eyes on Gracia it would take more than a nod to restrain them. J So, in a sheltered ravine they sought cover until it was dark, and while Gracia slept, the heavy-headed Hud jwatched the plain from the heights above. ) As he watched ho dreamed of a home in which this woman now sleep- ing beside him was the queen. He •dreamed of years to come with un- bounded happiness throughout all of them. Thoughts of Phil and duty to his pardner were...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 27 October 1914

as . .... I,.1!-—iJLLJi..' B BP r&w-mib 'is & BbkwSBI la PHYSICIANS AND 9UROE0MS UND3N, TEXAS. Prompt attention given to *11 calls day or night. Office on south side of ; Court House square B;-.'.■" Ill J, O- GOODMAN BARBER SHOP. I ON WEST SIDE OF SQUARE. GOOD workmen—QUICK service EVERYTHING up TO date HOT AHD cold BATHS THEY WILL APPRECIATE YOl'R TRADE. Dr. A. Crossley DENTIST Prepared to do all kind of . _ dental work. hS liniT?n ^ce George-Bartlett Bldg. to rec >rV~ hrokeu uUGE[4E THOPMSOfl ~tr6' LAWYER *- Linden, - - Texas. •Will practice in State and sx;deral Courts. do G. T. BARTLKTT E. L. LINCOLN BARTLETT & LINCOLN Attoraoys-at-Law lilnden, Texas Office in GEORGE-BARTLETT Bldg. in TO G T O K Y Clmrrlm BAPTIST W. W. MORRIS, Pastor Sunday School at-10 o'clock a, m. each ittnday, 9. H. Vaace, Superintendent. Preaching every Sunday by the Pastor at 11 a. u. and at iwght Prayer meeting every Friday night. Ladies Aid Society meets every Satur- day evening M. E. CHUR...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 3 November 1914

" | ' V ' imi r1 ■a mum l%". ••. ■■ * ■ , 17. — ■ ;' '. % .. A 0E3 ) I \ f BtHCi.B & a:u\VI\, Publifihera. > .A. Paper Devoted to the best Interests of the People. ' Nufo*rrip1 inn. SI.0© Per Annum LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1914. NO 44. VOL. 39. Whfti I and John Wliohoodlo when us farmers could pay up j map and Hud it and you would Thought. | what we owed with G and 7ct Well Mr, Editor as neighbor icotton ^,en ^ese banks John was good to come up to wou^ 'et the little banks have promis I guess it fuuls on me to raore money to let us farmers do likeways. lie did come over 'lilve ufc Per anu|uas therate and we diseased thu cotton buis- °* 'ntereHt had "ot beon fixted nes, Well as he com9 in we how- ^ut waH ^ UP to banks to ed as usual and the first thing l!^x ^at themselves and I jest said was if thar was anything BP08e<^ that they had not yet new. : agreed what money was worth Well he talked like ho was sor- hard times and of course ter mad and snid 1 had promist,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 3 November 1914

■HHpf&IllM MP ^wmm^ . ■p> ; "■ ■Wfe SIXTY-ONE ARE DEAD IN ILLINOIS MINE OF 900 BURIED, ALL BUT 8IXT* | ONE E3CAPE, BUT OTHERS ARE K CONCEDED LOST. 24 BODIES WERE RECOVERED Fire Follow* Gas Explosion That Comes Few Minutflb Before Men Are to Go to Work. ' Roys* ton, 111.—A total or 61 dead la Bhown ob the casualty list Issued by officials of tho Franklin Coal & Coke company, at whose mine near here 300 men were entombed Tuesray morning. The heavy decrease In the numbei of dead estimated earlier In the day was accounted for by the registra- tion of scorces oof miners who had escaped during the day, but who were too busy assisting In the rescue work to answer to the roll call ol rescue*. Late Tuesday night 24 bodies had been recovered and 37 were missing. It was conceded by officials of teb tnlne that 37 are still entombed and would never be brought out alive. Tile fire followed a gas explosion that occurred five minutes before the miners were to begin work. About 60 men had...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 3 November 1914

- $ -■ fiU* y JN ' :-v" cac4/?jj-j jc/e/m&fls joxj EDERICK PALMER In this story Mr, Palmer, tho noted war correspondent, has paint- ed war as he has seen It on many battlefields, and between many na- tions. His Intimate knowledge of armies and armaments has enabled him to produce a graphic picture of the greatest of all wars, and his knowledge of conditions has led him to prophesy an end of armed conflicts. No man Is better quali- fied to write the story of the final world war than Mr. Palmer, and he has handled his subject with a master hand. CHAPTER I. A 8peck in the Sky. It was Marta who first suw the speck In the sky. Her outcry and her bound from her seat at the teatable brought her mother und Colonel Westerling after her onto thu lawn, where they became motionless figures, screening their eyes with their hands. The new- est and most wonderful thing in the world at the time was this speck uj>- pearlng above the irregular horizon of the Brown range. In view of a land- sca...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 3 November 1914

/HDWS HIM ■ sflSs® hp CASS COUNTY SUN J. K. A. BANOStt W. L. ICR W IN BANGER & BR WIN, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. TilKCASS POUNTY 8CS pnblUhed «T Ty Tuo*J y, l ontorod It tho Linden oo toffle«; M Seoond:Cl s m*tter. rates op subscription: Single copy per y*At 1 • $1.00 " six months ' 60 cents No papers sent out withput the cosh In advancb; paper stopped when time is out, or we lose it. Obituary notices and cards of thanks will be inserted at two-and-a-half cents pies line _____ Everybody vote to-day. HOO RAISING AND THE SAN BENITO IDEA Secretary Geo A Toolan of the San Benito Commercial Club has advised tho Texas Industrial Congress that a new approach to the prodosition of growing hogs on the farm as a "casd crop" has been made under the lead- ership of Mr R 0 Barron, u pro- gressive farmer of San Benito. Without waiting for the banks tc furnish the credit, Mr Barron purchased a car load of thor- oughbred Duroc Jersey sows Irom the Stockyards at Fort Worth and had them shipped to...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 3 November 1914

> DEMOCRATIC TICKET: For Governor: JAMES B. FERGUSON, Dell Co. For Lieutenant Governor: W. P. HOBBY, Jefferson County. For Attorney General: 8. LOONEY, Hunt County. For State Treasurer: J.M.EDWARDS, Runnels County. For Court of Criminal Appeuls: W. L. DAVIDSON, Travis County. For Associate Justice Supreme Court: WM. E. HAWKINS, Travis County. fror Commissioner of Agriculture: FRED W. DAVIS, Cooke County. For Railroad Commissioner: EARL B. MAYFIELD, Bell Co. Superintendent of Public Instruction: W. F. DOUGHTV, Falls County. For General Lund Commissioner: JAMES T. ROBISON, Morris Co. For Comptroller of Public Accounts: H. B. TERRELL, McLennan Co. For Congressman-at- Large: JEFF McLEMORE, Harris County. J. H. (Cyclone) DAVIS, Hopkins Co. For Chief Justice Court of Civil Appeals: SAM P. WILLSON. For Congress, First District: EUGENE BLACK For State Senator, 1st District: J. M. HENDERSON For District Attorney, 5th Judicial Dist: HUGH CARNEY. For Flotorial Representative,3rd Dist.— T. D...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 3 November 1914

RK M# • i m/t .tuSBSftv \ &JU& ITCHING, r'"' k#i GOOD Cwntiri GUARANTEED. * « pi the beauty powder compressed with hoallnj ■gents, you will aev«r be annoyed by pinv I pies, blackheads or facial blemishes. If not satisfied after thirty days' trial your dealer will exchange for 50c mother goods. Zona has satisfied for twenty years—try it at our risk. At dealers or mailed, goc. ZONA COMPAHY, WICHITA, KANSAS • Mexican Embargo Lifted. There 1b now 110 embargo on the exportation of arms aud ammunition to Mexico. % c J For Nail In the Foot. Horses and cattle are liable to blood poisoning from stepping on msty nails. For such an Injury apply Hanford's Balsam of Myrrh and get it Into the bottom of the wound. It should kill the poison germs. Always have a bot> tie In your stable, because you will And different uses for It. Adv. He Agreed Unanimously. Senator Simmons, of North Caro- lina, tells this story of a lynching: "The festivities were at their height, and the object of the mo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 3 November 1914

i *' s BBSs5' .4 •?..1|gWL....—... THE CASS CQUNTY SUN Make use of grapes MOU8EWIVE8 8HOULD RECOGk NUB VALUE OF THI8 FRUIT. ttreat Point In Their Favor I* the High Amount of 8ugar They Contain- Some Moat Valuable Reclpea for tho Household. With the coming of fail, the house- wife la offered another most Important tfood-lruit for her table in grapes, blue, jpuiple, red and white, each kind giv- ling a high amount of food value, re- freshment and flavor. The chief qualities of grapes are the 'high amount of sugar, an will be seen from the following table; also there iare present In all grapes varying amounts of potash, lime, magnesia and iron. It is from the grape that we get "cream of tartar" and tartaric acid, which Is the base of all good baking powders. Protein .9 Fats t.l Carbohydrates 13.0 Anil 3 Refuse 25.0 water 68.0 Fuel value, pfcr pound (calories) 295 Nutritive value, per pound 17.2 In Europe there are many "grapq icurea" where the diet consists almost solely of grapes, the...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 3 November 1914

' '-ll iis iftv ] ■ fch A mmm ~ Herndoa THYS10IANS AND 8URC B0NsJ Davis LINDEN, TEXAS, Prompt attention glveri to wi! wlii day or night. Office on south side of Court House square J. O- GOODMAN BARBER SHOP. ON WEST SIDE OF SQUARE gooi> workmen—quick servick everything up to date hot and cold baths THEY WILL APPRECIATE YOUR TRADE rmsi w Dr. A. Crosslej* DENTIST Prepared to do all kind of dental work Office in George-Bartlett Bldg EUGENE THOPMSOtf LAWYER Litideu, - - Texas. Will practice in State and Federal Courts. t JG -a- * t'hurcbti " y hatiokal h hold BAPTIST \V. W. MORRIS, Pastor Sunday School at 10 o'clock a. m. each Government Aid Sought in Mar- tufmtiers and in strength. Twenty- seven states in the Union are included in its membership and the total number of members ag- gregate more than eight million It is the boast of the Union that a 'I its members arc men who are ■uuday, S. H.Vance, Superintendent. PfVasbing every Sunday by the Pastor at 11 a. m. and at night Prayer me...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 10 November 1914

J, 1 I s La 0. f r ''■4 & IHHMMlNMwM ' ■ ■ ' . ■'■' ■- /, v ''Pri',;:; ■ '■ ';W, ...■« .... ||f " v v I B1!*CKR & Ell WIN, Publisher*. )■ A. Paper Devoted to the best Interests of the People. •{ Subscription, tl-00 Per Annuo* VOL. 39. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 10. 1914. NO. 45. IMPORTED DRAFT HORSES Everybody Wearing Overalls NO LONGER NECESSARY ; In This Texas Town. Washington, D. C.,—With the ('old Springs, Tex. Nov—Local exception of a very limited nutn- citizens areextreinelysympathec- ber from England, importation ic with the cotton growers of the into the United States of pure j South and are especially interest- bred dralt horses for breeding ed in the "wear cotton goods" REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BAfiK, purposes has b<vn practically stopped by the outbreak of the European war. For several years previous, from 2,500 to'4,000 stallions and mares have been brought annually into this coun- try. In the opinion of experts in the United States ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 10 November 1914

5 B33 mm ^ ' Iv W i i -r1 V\ If Extracting Bullets by Magnet. The system of extracting German ibullets by electro-magnets la being tried with success at Lyons, says the lLoudou Times.— An electro-magnet has been installed i In one of the military hospitals, and has permitted the extraction of a bul- llet Imbedded four and a half Inches In the flesh of a patient This would have proved " difficult operation by lother procdBsos. cnotTwn itch mm oafsd ob* IIOOKWOHJI) CUIMfllJ Also sw>-et sleep nnd quick relief from that Itching, burning sensation by u:iinsr Tetterlur, a wonderful remedy for ecxema, tetter, Rround Itch, erysipe- las. dandruff nnd all other formn of Skin diseases. It keeps the skin healthy. Mrs. Thomns Thompson of Clarks- Ivtlle, da., writes: "I suffered 15 years with tormenting eczema; bHd the best doctors to prescribe; but nothing did any Rood until I Rot Trlterlue. It cured n is. I am so thankful." Thou- sands of others can testify to similar cures. Tetlerlne at dru...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 10 November 1914

' ilk'/«Hf j£ e-- Wfc j I I 1s®fc5P «3P£ ?."• m W£. THE CASS COUNTY SUN NEWS CONDENSED | In a local option election held ii three commissioners' preclnctB of Robertson county, prohibition won by ft majority of 374. • • • A deficiency of $22,500 for the sup. >ort and maintenance of the state blind school for this fiscal year has been approved by the governor. • • • Mr«. Charles Iceland Hamll of Longrvlew was re-elected president of the United Daughters of the Confed- eracy at El Paso over Mrs. W. O Talllafero. • • * The flrat week of current tax colleft tlons for Dallas has netted the city $113,553.39, as against a total of $82,' B03.3B collected during the correspoao Ing six days of 1913. ' • • * At a meeting of the Grayson count) poultry association the dates for the next annual show were set for Dec 9, 10 and 11. The show will be held In Sherman. CALOMEL SICKENS! IT SHIMS! DONT STAY US, CONSTIPATED I Guarantee "Dodson's Liver Tone" Will Give You the Best Liver and Bowel Cleansi...

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