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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 4 February 1919

A CROSS; FEVERISH CHILD IS BILIOUS OR CONSTIPATED LOOK, MOTHERI SEE IF TONGUE IS COATED, BREATH HOT OR STOMACH SOUR. —" THE CASS COUNTY SUN "CALIFORNIA SYRUP OF FIGS" CAN'T HARM TENDER STOM- ACH, LIVER, BOWELS. THIRTY-SIXTH SESSION TEXAS LEGISLATURE SENATE AND HOUSE WORKING HARD TO CLEAR THEIR CAL- ENDARS EARLY. I Every mother realizes, after giving per children "California Syrup of ifrigs," that tills is their ideal laxative, /because they love its pleasant taste ^and it thoroughly cleanses the tender /little stomach, liver and bowels with, 'out griping. j When cross, irritable, feverish, or breath is bad, stomach sour, look at the tongue, Mother! If coated, give a teaspoonful of this harmless "fruit laxative," and in a few hours all the foul, constipated waste, sour bile and undigested food passes out of the bow- els, and you have a well, playful child again. When the little system is full of cold, throat sore, has stomach-ache, di- arrhoea, indigestion, colic—remember, a good "In...

Publication Title: Cass County Sun, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 4 February 1919

THE CASS COUNTY SUN The Light in the Clearing A TALE of the NORTH COUNTRY in the TIME of SILAS WRIGHT By IRVING BACHELLER Author of EBEN HOLDEN, D'R! AND I. DAR.RBL OP THE BLESSED ISLES. KEEPING UP WJTH LIZZIE. Etc., Etc. i Copyright by Irving Bacheller E) 7 -m ><■ rl ON LEARNS OF THE EXISTENCE OF A WONDER- s JJBp FUL POWER KNOWN AS "MONEY." COG cui[e« M , . t iiopsis—Burton Buynes, nn orphan, goes to live with his uncle, O60 th*! ""y Baynes, nnd his Aunt Deel on n fnrm on Bnttieroad, In a for liigh grade Wiood called Llckityspllt, about the year 1326. He meets Sally —-v«rg, about his own age. but socially of a class above the Mr.-'. D.'.H. Mr1- "'id Is fascinated by her pretty face and) flue clothes. Barton . IMtfla^3 ltovlns K,l,e> known in the neighborhood as the "Silent her sister iMlss Amos Qrimshaw, a young son of the richest man In the town- at Houstim. } visitor at the Baynes home und Roving Kate tells the boys' predicting a bright future for Barton and death on the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 4 February 1919

I:-!"- Lftiil fi t* ■bom CASS COUNTY SUN >. V.! A. HAiNOteK w. L. KIlWIN BANGER & ERWIN, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. I'UKOA.SM COUNTY 3UN published every 'JUtjaUay, is entered at tl!S LtVttan Tnwtpmoa *4 Secuuii CI us ihattb*. -^J'< ■*"" = Gbittlafy notices and cards of thanks <mM be inserted at two-and-a-half cents pet line rates of subscription: J*i tle copy per year ' $1.60 \ six mOntfes ' 75 cents pjo papers sent otit without the cash 'b advance. - ". -v v - .— . - - - B. Y* P> U. Social. The doors o! the spaceous home of Mr. and Mrs.T. L.Stan- ley were thrown open to a host t>f young people Friday evening Jan. 31,1919. The members of the B. Y. P. U. and a number of their friends were t.old by the social commit- tees at an early date that they would be expected there. "The house was beautifully and arjtistically decorated with ever- greens aud flowers. After the jruests had arrived a Very entertaining program was yepdered. jThose who participated in the program w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 4 February 1919

7 f #§ r T ■ H&jBiJt 6TTjrvwvttMiyrjac-Mrf.-%;<rrx',tr■ .tip -JT- . -j* « iiw5i>t a liliii II i 1 1 IIIIH—M—Ml—mmmmm*M* npi iniliw ■ , v-~v" .. J,„■ 'j; juj-MS fhUU^BkiJUl ■*•"1 1 '♦ 31 red—Car Load of Wire Faiit ^ r, ' . lEanSwaiT t o. "S ? 9- lied less of |>re- o? )id-- |uc- n.«f It be' |ra- | u' < ' my >r.y^ Itbe' lecfe ill* >ty line' I 19. /■; '"V? ^tLTG'&CE * ,**. i ' ;'.T | *-1 ' 1 , ,'■$• COO cnwes Malarial Fever. Seo thii Linden Transfer Co. for high $rade brick. Mrs. lXlH. Morris is visiting her sister jMiss Rebecca Kapp at Houstii V Onion EfbW and fcArden seed at Sara Fact's. X Get your| Seed Oats from L. C. Weaver: ;. , i« ♦ For Sale—Ono, practically new Ford car at a bargain. Mrs N G Jones, At County Farm ^ Pay your| account at Owen & Son. > •- " * _ , _ Hon. Hill Stewart, of Atlanta, transacted business in the city yesterday. ^ A Few barrels Hour iu wood at Sam F«nt's.\ xGet your 9bfid Oats from L. C. WbttVeh (>8g cures (by reinciving...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 4 February 1919

]/ -vm-. • v -1 ' V ' A/ '' I \ w. w ^ % THE CASS COUNTY SUN WOMEN OF MIDDLE AGE Need Help to Pass the Crisis Safe* ly—Proof that Lydia E, Pink- ^ ham's Vegetable Compound Can be Relied Upon. . Urbana.Ill.—"During Change of Life, Id addition to its annoying symptoms, I had an attack of grippe which lasted all winter and left ' me in a weakened condition. I felt at times that I would never be well again. I read of Lydia E. Pinkham'o V e ge- table Compound * and what it did for women passing through the Change of Life, so I told my doctor I would try it. I soon began to gain in strength and the annoying " symptoms dis- appeared and your Vegetable Compound has made me a well, strong woman so I do all my own housework. I cannot recommend Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege- table Compound too highly to women passing through the Change of Life." —Mrs.Frank Henson, 1316 S. Orchada St, Urbana, III, Women who suffer from nervousness, "heat flashes," backache, headaches and "the blues" should try this f...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 4 February 1919

■ '•IBP * '; 1 r «L m ■ . A V -1 v, • ifi *-v * Weekly Health Talks A Word About the Kidneys BY DOCTOR WATSON. People arc easily frightened when they Chink something is the matter with their lungs or heart, and well they may be; but few people understand the dangers of dis- eased kidneys. These organs have a duty of vital importance to perform, and if they are diseased, there is no telling how or where the symptoms may appear. The Sidneys are filters, and when they are healthy they remove the poisons from the Mood and purify it. When the kidneys ■ire diseased, the poisons are spread every- where, and one of these poisons is uric acid. The uric acid is carried all through i he system and deposited in various places, in the form cf urate salts—in the feet, ankles, wrists and back—often forming bags under the eyes. Sometimes the result- ing trouble is called rheumatism, lumbago, sciatica and backache. Finally, come stone in the bladder, diabetes and Bright's dis- ease. Dr. Pierce, of B...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 4 February 1919

0B m. %(■ M mm ■HBP m 'J'WJZ y-jyr" - Wfe; flP^rOSP?* 1". a ';... ■ ^ • ■ ,,; ■ ' ''-'«•r«t>' * 'v ... v,. .... . % Good Tires Speed Deliveries '«• No €Kf is better than its tires. And time lost through tire troubles cannot be replaced. Good tifes are the best practical guarantee of your car's continuous and economical service. United States Tifes are good tires—the best tires our 76 years of experience in the rubber business have taught us to make. You have your choice of five different types for passenger car or light delivery use—" 4 Nobby % 4 Chain % *Usco\ 'Plain', and the famxyus 'Royal Cord'. There is also the 'Nobby Cord' for heavy- duty vehicles, as well as the Solid Truck Tire. Among these good tires you will find exactly the treads best suited to your Car and your djginj^oo^ Depot dealer will to Urwcd States Tires "7 v are Good Tires D I RECTO R "Y t'lllHCllM BAPTIST S. R. SMITH, Pastor, ^ln'2ay School at 10 o'cl'ock a. m. eei^h itinday, T. L. Httlrtiltortj Supt. Pleac...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 11 February 1919

■Pi •>V " ' ' ' " .'*• ~*'Jj <- ' ■:■. •)' .*■ a. .: U5f y, Tv^y ■ V '«#iwrs B4NCIBE <fc FKU1X, Pubtfehcrs. }- A. Paper Devoted to the best Interests of the People. \ Subscripfioii, $1.3© **er Acthmi^ VOL. 44. To the worshipful master, Wardens and brethren of Linden Lodge No. 192 A; F. & A. M. Whereas, it has pleased the Al- mighty Ruler of the Universe to remove frdtti our midts. by death,, oiir esteemeJ friend and co-latr orer, Brother N. G. Jones, wh has for many years maintained under all circumstances aoharac- ter untarnished and a reputation above reproach; Therefore be it Resolved, that in death of Brother N. G. Jones, Linden Lodge, No. l!)2, A. F.,& A. M. has lost a Brother wliuse fellowship it was an honor ~ and pleasure to ei'joy; that we bear willing testimony to his many tirtues, to his unquestioned pro- bity and stainless life; that we offer to his bereaved family and mourning'frieudri Over wlldtri rtdrro'vV lias hung h a' sable m i l- tie, our heart fe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 11 February 1919

liLD DOESN'T LAUGH AMD PLAY IF CONSTIPATED LOOK, MOTHER1 13 TONGUE COATED, BREATH FEVERISH AND STOMACH SOUR7 -CALIFORNIA SYRUP OF FIQ8" CAN'T HARM TENDER STOM- ACH, LIVER. BOWELS. A laxative today saves a sick child tomorrow. Children simply will not take the time from play to empty their bowels, which become clogged up with waste, liver gets sluggish, stomach sour. Look at the tongue, mother! If coated, or your child Is II-; less, cross, feverish, breath bud, restless, doesn't eat heartily, full of cold or has sore throat or any other chl'tlren's all- meit, give a tenspoonfiil of "Cali- fornia Syrup of Figs," then don't worry, because It Is perfectly harm- less, and in a few hours all this con- stipation poison, sour bile and fer- menting waste will gently move out of the bowels, and you have a well, play- ful child again. A thorough "inside cleansing" is oftlmes all that Is neces- sary. It should be the first treatment given* In any sickness. Beware of counterfeit fig syrups. Ask ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 11 February 1919

I _ '■ fif | jBKTrw I' ■ ■ i ! ■ ■ ) 1 W mv$M *v ®yfT3 '• 9K*1' UNff f*T ^SS? v ■ ■. & t ;■* ■ *■ - * ■ i—- THE CARS COUNTY SUN IN TNE CLEARING- A TALE OF THE NORTH COUNTRY IN THE TIME OF SILAS WIGHT ffy IRVING BACilCLLER- AUTHC* Of CBfN HOLMN, D'RI AND I, DARREL OF THE BLESSED ISLE^ KCINNO UP WITH LIZZIE, ETC. ETC CCVTUOm NINtl ■H-ytVHMTItH, IIVINO HCHUJt BARTON GETS NEW INSPIRATION FROM THE THE WORDS OF THE GREAT SILAS WRIGHT. Synopa's.—Barton Ba y ties. an orphan, goes l« live with tils uncle, I Vit Imy Baynes. a in T tils AiiiiI J>eel mi n fiirm on Biittleioad. In a neighborhood calhtl l.lckitysplit. about the yenr IS'JO. He meets Sully IMuikflliocK. iiliciil hi* irtvn age. but Kiii'iiilly of a clans ubove the Baynese*. iinil Ik fitm-lualt'ri by Iter pretty face and fine clothes. Bartou hImi meets Moving Kale. Known in ilic neighborhood ax the "Silent Woman." Anion Grlmshuu', n young son of the richest mail In the town- ship. Is n visitor at the P.iiyni'w home mill Moving...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 11 February 1919

81, "irttT-r yOl^T^ggafisrr-q m -r'" OABB OOUNTY SUN :\ ■:i. • ^SmiSs ~ ♦ . k. a. tlvnoktt l. BANGER & ERWIN, EDITORS A 8 PROPRIETORS, ** ■ ■ V : ' THWCA98 COt) NTV SUN pubHvtM fVt'ry $oa*dny, 16 4nti,rod at the Miidcil Vftidtolli'io ub Rfccoml CIhhh matter. Obituary notittb ettid catdS of thanks ♦f ill be inserted at t*b-:ltid-a-half cents fcet line HATBS OF 8UDSCRlt,th5N: h1w|i« e«py per year ' $l.>" " six months ' 75 cent? Nopaperssent out without the cdSb lh ADVANCE. To Serve on U. S. Jury. The following men have been drawn from 0«S3 County to serve as jurors in the Federal Court to con Veil In Jtdlerson Monday, Feb. if. Joe Baker, Linden) S. J. ft rock, Brynns Mill} 0. VV.Coody Linden, F. P Au «>x, Avinger, Horace Morgan, Bryan* Mill, «/im Jvlt, Atlanta, G. W. dreen, Atlauta, W. E. Mare'fcj Ltnier, A, F. llauisey, Kildure, 0. L "3*e«tmun, Marietta. ATI ENTfON! Sweet Potato Growers. The citizens of Linden commu- nity are going to build a sweet potato curing plant at Li...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 11 February 1919

jr . — * •> ) |Y' r U tf d pr ■o V le ut < ft a* u* dy cn* ou ind u nan >cd cd. I at ) V> ■r.'ff:, TW\:r:> ■rj&LViti' LOCAL INTELLIGENCE 006 cures Malurinl Fever. Bee the Linden Trunsfer Co. for high grade brick. Mrs. I*. P. Flint visited relii- tivea at Lanier last week. Ouinn Set ' and garden eed at Sam Pant's. y:Gct your Seed Oats from L. 'C. Weaver. v Pay your account i\ Ow'eti & Son. Mrs. Docia H<>dge, of Avinget ii>ute 1, was a jpleasaut visitor at the Sun oilice yesterday. Get your Seed Otttfi frUM L. C. \Veaver. 000 cures Ity rertldVing 1118 Cause. ^Foryottr rough Hiltibfer sfee li M. Silrratt. Earl Morris is here On a visit to his sister Sits II. Kt. i'ltomp- 8c ii. Coffins and Caskets at Fant Uf-bs Hdw Co. y You can save money by buy— j ing your sheeting, blenched and brown domestic rnd feather tick from Duncan «fc Skelton. <• ' i j 1). H. Morris left yesterday j for Longview to make arrange Licensed to Wed. , Claud Scroggins and Miss Let...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 11 February 1919

Look out for Span- ish Influenza. At the first sign of a cold take CASCARA K? pUININE Standard cold remedy for 20 yeara—in tablat form—aafe, urc, no opiatea—Dreaka up • cold la 34 hours—relieves grip in 3 daya. Money back If It fail*. The genuine box has a Red top with Mr. Hill'a picture. At All Drug Storaa. Why Lose AlldroroiaU: SoapB.OIntmentM&W, Talcum! Sample wx-b W of ■Cat.cnra, D pt B, Baataa The Cause i Dandruff and Itching; YourHair Cuticura HIS CROWD ALL AMERICANS Johnny May Have Got Idea From the French Visitor, but That Seemed About All. ■ > II' 1 ■ wf 1, I The >lsit of the Pre«el HI no Devils left art Indelible Impression on'the minds cif everyone uhoilt Indianapolis. The hoys of the city have been thrilled y Ihellr translated tales of tlHriiiR. The mdri of the city have marveled at tlielr q thick step and military ways. Tlie youlng women of the town have— ah, adotired them, but It tnk^s the children really to appreciate them. "Our side won 1" proudly pro- clai...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 11 February 1919

B H 4SM ■ : ■ i w - * > \ TIIE CARS COUNTY SUN HAIR FULL OUT small bottle of "Danderine" keeps hair thick, strong, beautiful. Girls! Try this! Doubles beauty of your hair in a few moments. k WV \ i msmm '.ry'f WltMn ten minutes after nfi appli- cation of ©taoderlne yem -can not find a single trooe of dandruff or falling linir and your gcalp will not itch, but what will please jwm most will be after a few weeks' use, when you we new hair, fine and downy at first—yes—but really new bail'—growing aU over the scalp. A little IDanderine Immediately dou- bles the beauty of your hair. No dif- ference bow dull, faded, brittle and f craggy, just moisten a doth with Dan- <lerine ami carefully draw it through your hair, taking one small strand at a time. The effect is amazing—your hair will be light, fluffy and wavy, and have an appearance of abundance; an in- comparable lustre, softness and luxu- riance. Get n small bottle of Knowlton'# Danderine for a few cents at any drug store or toi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 11 February 1919

M II •ictm > m 1 Hi ^ Do You to Company Book & Company 1918 The truth about the Federal Trade Commission's investigation, . Why the prices of butter and egga arc so high, And many other vita! facts. D I I l__ J S O T O R Y BAPTIST S. P.. SMITH, Pastor, | Sunday School (it 10 o'clock a.m. each | iunday, T. I/. Hamilton, Supt. Preaching every Sunday by the Pastoi it 11 a. m. and at night Prayer inert inj? .'•very Thursday nlpht nmv«P * K at' > tWM !■ > i r< i • •• I I-adi Aid Society tuecis cvci'y Wed' nesdtiy evening M. E. CHURCH SOUTH J M i lkLKR, Pastou Sunday School at 10 a. m. each Sun day, S. I<. Henderson,Superintendent. Preaching every First and Third Sun- day by the Pastor, at 11 a. u. afad at night. Prayer tiicctinjj every Wednesday ni. lit. MethodiStHome Mission Society meets j Monday evening. -m;„ •■■■..!. ■ . ■ - Lodgn TRY apfln's ^Jira^e For Guaranteed Auto Repairs, Ford Parts, Accessories, Etc. If we please you tell others; if not, tell us. PRICES RIG...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 18 February 1919

1 1 m it I M !S4mi:K & EIlWllV Fubli«her . > A. Paper Dovotbd to the best Interests of the People. {Subscription, 9I.30 Per •*. l."v. .. ' M ■ ■' • 1 W' '.i"1'"i'U. ■ ' v l<' \r '• ''' VOL. 44. if- A Revival Meeting At The Methodist Church. bn the first Sunday in April, we will Vicgin n re'rtval meeting at the Methodist church. We wish this to be a revival not on- ly for Methodist, but one for the intire town and community. We appreciate the splendid spirit ot cooperation of the churches and christians of the town. We trust this good spirit shall continue through this com- ing revival and through years that are to come,all us are work- «. ' i invg to and for the ''same great cud. It ft-as a lost world that brought our Lord from Heaven to earth and ho came to seek and save I tint which wa? lost. Our Lord did not wait for the oppor- tunity to come to him, but wont out after the lost and searched utllll he tddnd them Jesus spending a few months in Ibis g'leiit wotk, also trai...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 18 February 1919

•vit • .f/ THE CASS COUNTY SUN R B :ffl fj Weekly Health Talks Where Most Sickness Begins and Ends BY FRANKLIN DUANE, M. D. It can be said broadly that most human ill* b?gin in the stomach and end in the stomach. Good digfaliun means good health, and poor digestion means bad ?& health. The minute your stomach fails to properly dispose of the food you eat, trou- bles begin to crop out in various forms. . Indigestion and dyspepsia are the common- est forms, but thin, impure blood, head- aches, backaches, pimples, blotches, dizri- ness, belching, coated tongue, weakness, poor appetite, sleeplessness, coughs, colds and bronchitis are almost as common. There is but one way to have good health, and that is to put and keep your stomach in good order This is easy to do if you take Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discov- ery. It is a wonderful tonic and blood purifier, and is so safe to take, for it is made of roots and herbs. Dr. Pierce, of Buffalo, N. Y., stands behind this stand- ard medi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 18 February 1919

§Wirt®K^ / THE CASS COUNTY SUN I m 1 TMC KITC rtEN CABINET Die wit must, but why be dying All our days? Turn away from fulthlees slKhing, Turn In pruiM, Show tho courage of glad living In eartli'a need. And thy wltni'va of thanksgiving Men will heed. I. C. Rankin. A FEW GOOD COOKIE8. Take one cupful of sugar, one-third t a cupful of shortening, two ten- spoonfuls of cream of tnrtar and one of soda, otie-half cupful of tnlllc and ft little flour sifted with the soda nnd cneain of tartar; add the rest of the milk and flour. Roll out and phice the following filling on one nnd cover with another: Filling.—Take one cupful of raisins, half a cupful of sugar, half a cupful of hot water, one tahlespoonful of flour and the Juice of half a lemon. Cook until smooth and thick. Put on the cookies and bake. Ginger Cakes.—Take one and one- half cupful* of shortening, one cupful each of sugar and molasses, two eggs, one tenspoonful of soda, dissolved In a half cupful of boiling water. Gin- ger, cin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 18 February 1919

ifrrNsm. ■* -7 mm- OASS COUNTY SUN I. ]£. A. ilANOEU W. Jj. fcUWIH Sanger & erwin, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. krxt-rzrrs.7--!..■ TllKCASS OOUNTY SUM pwllUshWtJ fetery Teesdsy, is entered at tMf Llhllbn Ooutollice U Second Claai maltef. Obituary Mtftlces sthd cards of thanks -•111 be inserted at two-and-a-half cents }«t line ratbs of subscription: Single copy per year ' $1.50 " SixmtWrths ' 75 cents No p&peft sefft otif wlffcoUt (He «tib 111 ADVA'N£3. To Serve on (I. s. Jufy. The following men have been drawn from Ca9s County to serve as jtirora in the Federal Court to conven in Jeiferaon Monday, Feb. 17. Joe Baker, Linden, 8. J. Brock, Bryans Mill, G- W. Coody Linden, F. P Amox, Avinger, flofaee Mfl gan, Bryans Mill, /ira /ett, Atlanta, G. W. Green, Atluuta, W. E. Mare't, Lftnier, J. F. Ramsey, Kildare, C. L. "Yeatiuan, Marietta. COMING J*'; ' t r-r*v I •I t w \ i .1 AT1ENTI0N! Sweet Potato Growers. The citizens of Linden commu- nity are going to build a sweet; potato curing p...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 18 February 1919

i i ! inmcJ"* 1 ry LOCAL INTELLIGENCE 606 cures Malurial Fever. Soe the Linden Transfer Co. for high grade brick. i'M&iiPi Davis is reported right sick this week. Onion Beta and garden .seed at Sam Fant's. Get your Seed Oats from L. C. Weaver. Dr. d.L Smith, of Atlanta, Was in the bitty yesterHay. 606 cures by removing the cause. For your rough lumber see it M. 8urratt. Cttffina and Caskets at Fant ttlros ttdW Co. Shoes, Shoes, at Sam Fant's. A W. Hentierson hhd wife visited in Marshall Sunday. Weed Potatoes, Onion sets and gardeu seed at Owen «fe Sdn. Swbet mixed feed At L. C. Weaver's. 606 contains uo alcohol, arsen- ic, nor other poisonous drugs. Mrs. W. T. StbVilli is reported right sick this week. Seed oats, brau and mixed feed at Sam Ftkot'j. A lull line of wall paper at Fant Bros. Hdw Co. Save money by buying your Groceries from Owen & Son. Mr. John B. iietidiirson, of Rfd Hill, was iu tbe city yester- day. Imli0$stion Take a few doses of Chamberlain's Tahlcls as dire...

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