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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 13 April 1915

• fa*.* -ft ' ira; i(iiJ pF4$ -' A > " " :'f sj'-r ■ ■■•■ feP® PW';' H aral® kVi! x T,;/ - IUR COAST DEFENSE , i' y In these modern days of heavy arma- ment and acieiitilic war equipment, much thought has been given to our coast de- fense. The question of preparedness is one that concerns all patriotic Americana for it la alwaya the unexpected attack that causes consternation. Thia is also true in matters pertaining to health. Tliat great enemy of health— Btomach trouble—may spring an unexpect- ed attack at any time and it is well to be prepared by always keeping a bottle of Hostetter's Stomach Bitters in the house. It is your bulwark in time of distress. Be on guard at all times, and as soon as you notice the appetite failing, digestion becoming impaired, the liver inactive and the bowels refuse to perform their daily functions, commence taking the Bitten. Prompt action, together with the aid of this medicine, has been the means of pre- venting much suffering from Sick Head- ach...

Publication Title: Cass County Sun, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 13 April 1915

X -i-rtTO-'i fifm raw4'? b^sB #s? . V?#wV :" } '■**£ €unm3k ' ."1 !"[■' SotSJP?' THE CASS COUNTY K * *i$ "y '■; % ''? " iC INFLUENCED BY MUSIC EFFECT OF 8WEET 8TRAIN8 ON OOME8TIC ANIMALS. Lecturer Urges Farmer* to Plect Phonographs Near Their Bee Hives and 8tablee—Tells of Her Own Experiences. farmers who want better honey, richer milk, and more of both, should I • ut phonographs near the hives and In the pasture or stable. Dr. Alma \v'( bster Powell, LL. B., M. B., A. M, Ph. D., of New York and Columbia university is authority for the asser- tion. She declared to an audience at the University of Washington recent- ly, while lecturing on "Music is a llmnan Need," that she herself had tried the experiment on her farm, and tbat It had proved absolutely success- ful. Nor are bees and cows the only /reatures Influenced by music. Doo (or Powell and her daughter keep four or five crickets in their hearth, and evenings they attract them forth to a dance in the middle of the living room in ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 13 April 1915

fc'" ' iai •!" \ p«"-s A I j2fe* V,; fc '■te ■ jSUN J. K. A. HANG El'. W. I,. KIVWIN BANGER & ERWIN, ediiors:and proprietors. THE CASS COUNTY SUN pnbliibed crety Tuesday, I* enturcd at the Linden-oottot&oe? m Htcomt.Class matter. Obituary notices and cards of thanks wtlI be inserted at two-and-a-half cents pei line ratssof subscription: Single copy per year ' $1.00 " six months ' 50 cents No papers sent out without the cash In advance; paper stopped when time is out, or we lose it. The farmer who expected con- gress to help him out financially never got half as much assist- ance as the farmer who read the agricultural bulletins and papers and did some wiuter plowing. The government helps those who help themselves.—Sabine Banner. "The man who can help the people build five miles of road is a GREATER STATESMAN than he who can talk for three hours on the initiative, referendum and recall." — James E. Ferguson, Governor of Texas. Attorney General Looney has ruled that ice is a f...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 13 April 1915

SV" mm J' 8orry to report Mrd. F. Bradley on the siik Hat this week, ICE CREAM SATURDAY AT Linden Drug Co. MM I ■ Cotton seed me«l and hulls at the Linden Transfer Co. E. Flor- tter, af ter a severe attact of catarrhal fever. Retnembor the old reliable clothes cleaner and presses, C. R. Clindining, wants and will appreciate your work. . - J J'.JlfUl.'l .1 '■ll.'l'J..' 'J l'MlLiT. lj: Mr. Clarence Ortner and Miss Pearl Jackson were married at the home of the groom's uncle in Kildare, Sunday, Rev. I. O. Dent officiating. The Sun ex- tends congratulations. 9 Mrs. J. T. Huff and son, Clevie went out last week lo spend a few days with her daughter, Mrs. J C. Erwin. 8 L. Harper of Marietta, was on our streets yesterday. Praties and Puffed wheat at Sam Fant's. A R RO W COLLARS 2 FOR 25 CENTS T.M. COCHRAN & SONS T. M. Cochran came in laet week and has moved his family into the E. E Bpugher place.. Fishing poles1 it Sam Fant's. If you have any cow hides to sell bring them to Clifton Grub...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 13 April 1915

/ I L— it rV;- V:"- J rr*i 'j>. , n0t':: ;-K.. ] m- "<•4 s . r * I IBffffiP'i1 * jm^U lACK FISHT IN HAVANA WHITE HOPE MAKES GOOD. KNOCKS NEGRO OUT IN THE TWENTY-SIXTH ROUND. BUCK GETS $30,000 PURSE Will Return to France and Lead the Life of a Farmer—la Through With the Ring, Havana.—Jack Johnson, exile from his own country. Monday lost his claim to fistic supremacy as the heavy- weight champion of the world, the title Ibeing wrested from him by Jess Wil- lard, the Kansas cowboy, the biggest man who ever entered the prize ring iand a "white hope" who at last has made good. On Wednesday, Johnson, his wifo and a little group of friends sailed for Martinique, there to await patwage back to France, where Johnson pro- poses to settle down and lead the lifa of a farmer, raising pige and chickens. There is no doubt that he is through with the ring. Willard, who is being acclaimed as the new champion, is going back to the United States <to win the fortune denied him when Johnson got...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 13 April 1915

Sr i HABOLD MCGPATft The Placc «f Honeymoons, eic. QOPYRJG/iT 0Y TH£ BQB&J-ff£IWlLL CO/7PAJ1Y S 8YNOPSI8. Warrington, an American adventurer, and Jnmcii, hla servant, with a caged par- rot, the trio known up and down the Ir- rawaddjr n Parrot & Co., travel along the road to the landing, bound for Rangoon to cash n draft for SOO.OOO rupees. Elsa Chetwood, rich American girl tourist, set's "'arrlngton come aboard the boat at 'lie landing, and, amazi'd at his likeness to her fiance, Arthur Ellison, asks the purs- er to Introduce her. He tells her that Warrington lias beaten a syndicate and •old his oil claims for £20.000. CHAPTER III—Continued. "Well, he wasn't above having his fevenge. He made the syndicate come up there. They wired asking why he couldn't come on to Rangoon. And very frankly he gave his reasons. They came up on one boat and left on another. They weren't very pleasant, but they bought his oil lands He came aboard last night with a check for twenty thousand poun...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 13 April 1915

r. . , MHH / I g;' j| W ; P siifl H ■i 1 £ Ml' . . : % Wm"ji'"' 'V J W&W- !$ n / w«.<y ■ " . " • ■ m "3 I v; JULJBL ."I!! uirj |||i i Wjimi.,* *111,1 ■ *-■"■ 1Y nr DURING A LULL IN THE OPENING DAY CEREMONIES AT THE PANAMA-PACIFIC INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION .:' '.i -yffi Pfl w±jmmi nnnrcccmMAT TARDS I He told hist wenty-year-old scm PROFESSIONAL CAKLfc., ^ ^ ^^ M tfce hor^ r* • Sir HofnfJrm ^-P tW-Vte*. hunt -p the egg*, Davis ot nernoon fpM, fhp ;Hive* catch tbecoitaud PHYSICIANS AND 8UR0E0NS UN DEN, TEXAS. prompt attention given to all calls day or nigbt. Office on south side of Court House square J. o. GOODMAN BARBER shop. ON WEST SIDE OF SQUARE. GOOD WORKMEN—QUICK SERVICE EVEKYTIIINO UP TO DATE IIOT AND COLD BATHS THEY WILL APPRECIATE YOUK TRADE. Dr. A. Crosslej- dentist Prepared to do all kind of dental worlu Office in George-Iiartlutt Blflfj. EUGENE THOPJVISON L uvyf.Ii Linden, - - Texas. Will practice in Slate and Federal Courts. DI'.J/ iMW j-p, F . ** ' feed the ialve*; ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 20 April 1915

fy ,v'?...V:- .. ' 0 it; i'- . . 1 -I,, ffBl l^gggps f4T!PSW@fS8Si^- | ,, , ^ . i '.K'm'' ' „r \ HEfSp .• A ™!W.' ryu.**"*"* ,r , f 5<y^Tr' ■ ■ T X '•■--4 ■ - B^fefeBicEBWW, PublUlieri. > ^ Paper Devoted to the best Interests of the People. < *ubwripl«on, SI OO Per tnuuv VOL. 40. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, APRIL 20. 1915. NO 16. Plant Lagume Crops on Every Possible Acre. Tliis in a .year when every acre pohHible should l>« planted to a HoiUbtiildiuff crop of some kind. Fted* are hifrh priced and so are fertilizers, and the man who prows thewe instead of buying them will he lavinif ths firmest kind of foundation for a future prosperity! One of the marks of thesuccess- ftil farmer in the ability to pro- duce to the maximum possible estent the crops that feed the land; the mark of the mortgage- covered form is generally a ruin- ous adherence to a one-crop sys- tem that forgetn that fat soils, fat stock and an ample living for the family should be the primary considerations. Le...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 20 April 1915

CLAIM 300 VILLISTAS SLAIN AT MATAM0R0S GARDUI ENOUGH m i THE CASS COUNTY SUN my -as— ■ ■ We - • V Xi, Thi$ Lady Wm Very Nervous, On Account of Serious Womanly Trouble. But Now Sh« Praises Cardui. Murrycross, Aim.—The following Is Itrom Mrs. W. J. Daugherty, this place: "I will write a full statement of my condition before 1 had taken Cardui. il waa very weak. I had not any nerve at all and could not stand any noise, and had female complaints. At last my doctor told me to try Cardui and I did so, and I can say, it sure has cured me sound and well, and am glad to tell anyone what It did for me, and it will help any suffering woman. I can't praise Cardui enough. 1 wish every woman would believe what I say and give Cardui a trial, and they will find my word to be true. Cardui Is all I take in the way of medicine. We always keep it in the house for my benefit When I was told to try Cardui I did not think I would, but my friends kept on at me until I got one bottle, and it did me so much ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 20 April 1915

____ MM'IWli I• ' ^i|:' r-'; ■ .•:.i'v.:: ■; J PADDOT 6* e^=!' habqld mxmm Aufhor of The (krpctIroiTiE)a<da The Placc 5f Honeymoons, eic. COPYRIGHT BY TH£ 3QB&J-fJEJWLL CQ/7fiHNY ■PUS Hwwii w it333 V. •. - ' § •k-«t%3SW wSmwfi TOE CASS COUNTY SUN 8YN0P8I8. Warrington, an American adventurer, Mul James his servant. with a caged par- rot, the trio known up anil down the Ir- rnwaddy as Parrot & Co., travel along the road to the landing, bound for Rangoon to rush a draft for 300,000 rupee*. Elaa C net wood, rich American girl tourist, sees Warrington come aboard the boat at the landing, and, amazed at his likeness to her (lance, Arthur ElllBon, anka the purs- 5J1 '°, Introduce her. He tells her that t,.1?*10" baa beaten a syndicate and "old his oil claims for £20,000. Warring- ton puts Rajah, the parrot, through his tricks for Elsa and warns her against acquaintance with unknown adventurers himself, in fact. They pass two golden days together on the river. CHAPTER IV—Continue...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 20 April 1915

A. HAN OK ll BANGER & JER-WIN, EDITORS "AND PROPRIETORS. I*- TUKCA98 COUNTY SUN published every Tueu'liy, It entered at the Linden ocntoSfle! as Stioond Class matter 1! HKi Kg; I I \ l i Obituary notices and cards of thanks will be inserted at two-and-a-half cents pet line bates or subscription: Single copy per year ' SI .00 " six months * 50 cents No papers sent out without; the cash In advancB; paper stopped when time is nut, or we lose it. "RETURN DAY." People's Review (Henrietta): A lady in a Western county, seeing that the special "day" for this and, that is the order, proposes for her locality a "Return Day," when articles borrowed shall be taken home to the owner. The ladyjs probably from Kansas. But should this "day" be gener- ally observed, it would cause a wonderful stirring up among some people. State Press iu Dallas News: She is a good, honest lady. Many borrow money of their friends and forget all about it—but their friends do not. People with phones or living in a ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 20 April 1915

f.r'W&i I I - .. ..—1-J.JLUll.l! ""1" 'OOAL TJVTftlLTGENCE Dr. A. Crossley visited his daughter* iu Atlanta Saturday anil Sunday. Onions at Sam Kant's. Miss Eugenia Finley is here viaitii.g her brother, Chas. II. Finley. ICE~CREAM SATURDAY AT Linden Drug Co. Cotton seed meal and hulls at the Linden Transfer Co. - mm ? ■ • 3ft l V. • T?:1' IjflM 'V ;\ hKi Miss Luuru Porter visited in NfW Colony community Satur- day and Sunday. Cattail Millet and Cane seed at I. N. Marett's. Mrs. Pearl Davis and Mrs. D. H. M orris visited in Queen City last Fridny. Fishing poles at Sam Fant's. O. R Taylor, wife, and baby spent Sunday in Atlanta with his sister Mrs. N. S Spearman. Ruisens, Cooounuts and Eng- lish Wh!nuts at Sain Pant's. We are sorry to report J. W. Barker's youngest child right sick Sun Silk Crochet Thread at T M. Cochran & Sons. FUR SALE—Good cow with young cull. See or phone Ray- in aid Taylor, Linden Route 3. W. C. Blaloek and family vis- iied liis home folks near Queen City...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 20 April 1915

wSJl ,2m {&sw> - ■ ■ f ISP • • :?w> • - *•-••:'«.• • «?A^}- • V- v.- >••:.• gSa• - ,• - <«, ————r— mi BEAl <rs aivd <5Krub _ TKcir Care arvd Cultivatioxv "■' } - No Flower Is Better Known or More Generally Admired Than Roses. CARE OF THE FLOWERS By HELEN WATTS M'VEY. Burn all ripened weed seeds. Remove all roses before the petals tall. Keep all seed poda off of plants In- tended for bloom. Tree-peonies are gross feeders and require deep, ilch soil. Encourage sturdy growth and pinch off all straggling branches. Too rich soil encourages growth at the expense of bloom. Rambler roses should be trimmed Imoderately as soon as done flowering. If dry weather sets in, do not neg- lect to stir the soil and mulch. This is important. Half the plants which refuse to grow for amateurs are starved to death, or killed by kindness. Adjust the knives of the lawnmower to cut within two Inches of the roots of the grass. When watering plants, do not force Ithe water against the pla...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 20 April 1915

WxWts BBHrayi'' ■' ■MM • - .*•• ■ RRHBNKI . THE CASS COUNTY SUN •'291 ■ ■'yb'/WWvl TEXAS NEWS CONDENSEU | Two new drills have commenced drilling in new parts of the Htrawt HI Held. • • • An olectlon Is called for April 30 to vote on a $30,000 bond Issue for it public school building at Jefferson. • * • The American Public Service Cor fioration of New York has purchased the Longview ice and Electric light I'lunt and will make some very ex- tensive improvements. * • • The Orient Milling company ol <'hlllicothe, has commenced work ol enlarging the mill's capacity from 2'iO to 400 barrels. A $20,000 elevatoj Is also being built. • • • An oil that yields 60 per cent high Krade distillate, something hitherto unknown in Tex^i has been discov- '•red in the Uabbugton well, threv miles southwest of Coleman. * * • •Iohn L. Vaughan, who was elected 'mayor -of Mart at the recent city election, is a Republican. The town has a population of 4,000 persons, 95 per cent ot whom are Democrats. * • ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 20 April 1915

?i«d jisfc M v^"/; : ..■U.-J-.L. '-■■"iA.JJ'.l "1 ■'"■ . ■ ■ h'X\ i'Lu< u,.uuND Or THE PEOPLE OF THE WORLD AT THE PANAMA-PACIFIC INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION ill! I PROFESSIONAL CARD Davis & Herndon PJIV9ICIAN8 AND 8UROEONH LINDEN, TEXAS Prompt attention given to hll calls day or night. Office on south side of Court House square ]. O. GOODMAN BARBER SHOP. O.N WEST SIDE OF SQf ARE. oood workmen—quick SERVICE everything up to date hot and coi.d baths THEY WILL APPRECIATE YOUR TRADE. Through the center of the Zone, the amusement Bection at the Panama-Pacific International exposition at Sun Francisco,"runs a broad avenue three thousand feet in length. It Is not unusual for this entire avonue to bo Jammed with entertainment seekers who are busy patronising the one hundred concessions on the Zone. An exact repro- duction of the Panama canal is one of the popular and Instructive features, there being a constant Line both day and night of people eager to see the workings of the m'nlature...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 27 April 1915

^ 'MM,* ...tfifflfo , j :, vtK- -V ' > •'*1 ! jjetmla mmatttWIH. rnbllnhen. > A. Paper Devoted to the best Interests of the People. i subnerlption, 1 « Per Annum VOL. 40. ~ * LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, APRIL 27. 1916. PROPOSED AMENDMENTS TO BE VOTED ON SATURDAY JULY 24,1915 House Joint Resolution No. 1. A joint resolution proposing an amendment to Section 2, of Arti- cle o, of the Constitution of the State of Texas, by adding thereto a provision authorizing a qualified voter to vote for State officers, or ou any proposition submitted to the voters of this State in a precinct other than the precinct of his residence under certain conditions, and making an appropriation therefor Be it resolved by the Legislative of the State of Texas. Section 1. That Section 2, of Article 6, of the Constitution of the State of Texas be so amended as to hereafter read as follows: Sec. 2. Every male person subject to none of the foregoing dis- qualifications, who shall haveattained the age of twenty-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 27 April 1915

'NORTHERN CHIEFTAIN AND Hl« BATTERED ARMY ARRIVES AT AQUA8 CALIENTE8. !WS PROSPECTS ARE GLOOMY Loyalty of Some of His Garrisons It Questioned and Communication "Line May Be CuL Washington.—Consular dispatches krom Mexico reaching the state de- partment confirm the Carranza claims of a great victory for Gen. Obregon lover Gen. Villa at Celaya and told of the latter's retreat northward, de- stroying the railroad as he went. Villa's losses in the six days' lighting lending Saturday were estimated at <5,000 killed and wounded. Fourteen troop trains carrying the defeated chieftain <and his battered army have arrived at Aguas Calientea, 125 miles north of the battle ground around Celaya and Irapuato. With these reports the department gave out a summary of advices from the west coast transmitted by Rear Admiral Howard saying "the Villa movement on the west coast is appar- ently collapsing and indications point to the control of the entire west coast by Carranza in a few weeks." From ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 27 April 1915

ft: fiwJ ;?& v'- ^ igr' "' '■ ' 1 . •?. :'■ ? i •••^>3 <l8«a^g5Bag'!t #i, THE CASS COUNTY SUN SJ-4V 'J; 2S , — •T; •• HP? a mmmmmmm— - $£&> ■- '-ic^ HABOLD mXMTH Aufhor</ ThcCarpetrromDa^da The Place 5f Honeymoons, etc. COPYRIGHT BY WS OQQA5-/7£/UiliL 0Q/7/XJ1Y 8YN0P8IS. Warrington, an American adventurer, and James, hla servant, with a caged par- rot, the trio known up and down the Ir« rawaddy a* Parrot & Co., are bound for Rangoon to caBh a draft for 800,000 rupees. KIsa Chetwood, rich American girl tour- ist, sees Warrington and asks tne purser to Introduce her. He tells her that War- rington has beaten a syndicate and sold nls oil claims for £20,000. Warrington P"'" RnJah. the parrot, through his tricks for Elsa and they pass two golden days together on the river. Martha, Elsu's companion, warns her that there la gos- 5'P- I" Rangoon Warrington banks his f art, pays old debts, and overliearH and interferes In a row over curds. CHAPTER VI. t* ■ / — In the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 27 April 1915

«' psa ■K JlP Sw ■ i ... iuhk 101: v iftsSSSw t,' >:>!. VP-'- 1 HB )UN1 w^.-i^wiw.CT^iin-J M;;■■„! -I. ■ 3. K. A. BANGER W. I,. ERWIN BANGER & ERWIN, editors;ano proprietors. THE CASS COUNTY SUN published orery Tuesday, l entmnt at tbe Linden citolllc«; as Saoond.Class nutter. Obituary fiotices and cards of thanks wit' be inserted at two-and-a-half cents pet line ratss or subscription: Single copy per year ' $1.00 " six months ' 60 cents No papers sent out without, the cash Its advance; paper stopped when time is out, or we lose it. I consider knowledge to be the soul of a republic, and as the weak and the wicked are generally in alliance, as much care should bo taken to demin- ish the number of the former as of the latter. Education is the way to do this, and nothiug should be If ft undone to afford all ranks of people the means of obtaining a proper degree of it at a cheap and easy rate. DO II NOW. By S. \V. English. The man who leads a fast life is said to "burn the win...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 27 April 1915

asp m mm.1 -Ji£& .. x :• ' ' K III r. ■ :• '■■ ' "" f$ i . , ■ • '• ft -* ^■ff:,0r ■ LOCAL INTELLIGENCE " We are sorry lb report Mrs Drew Porter right sick. ICE CREAM i SATURDAY AT Linden Drug Go. Extra fine Cocking Oil at K. Wy tin's. Onions at 8am Pant's. R. B. Morris visited his broth- er J. S. Morris Jr. in Queen Qity last week. Cotton seed meal and hulls at the Linden Transfer Co. Fishing poles at Sam Kant's. J. C Erwin and wife spent Saturday n'ght with relatives here. San Silk Crochet Thread at T. M. Cochran & Sons. Raisens, Couoanuts and Eng- lish Walnuts at Sam Fant's. Miss Oneida Sheffield, of Tex- arkana; is here on a visit to rel- atives. Go to I. N. Ma re It foi Fire and Tornado Insurance. Prunes and Puffed wheat at Sam Fant's. Wanted—All kinds of peas am paying cash. Yours Truly Juo. Hughes. E. C. Cromer and wife, of Shi- lob, visited at the home of T. L. Nipper and family one day last week. Remember the old reliable clothes cleaner and presses, C. R. Clindiiti...

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