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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 18 February 1919

,iv> THE CASS COUNTY SUN if; -*S- I -—r ■ A CHILD GETS SICK CROSS, FEVERISH IF CONSTIPATED LOOK AT TONGUE! THEN GIVE FRUIT LAXATIVE FOR STOM- ACH, LIVER, BOWELS. "CALIFORNIA SYRUP OF FIGS"! CAN'T HARM CHILDREN AND THEY LOVE IT. V If SMS,1 Moth)1'!'! Your child Isn't naturally cross flind peevish. See if tongue Is coated! t,lls 18 a sure sign the little etomacM. liver and bowels need a cleansl(ng at once. Whet* listless, pale, feverish, full of cold, b/reath bad, throat sore, doesn't eat, slftp or act naturally, has stocn- ach-act'e, diarrhoea, remember, a gen- tle 11 vt r and bowel cleansing should always; be the first treatment given. ** - juals "California Syrup of illdren's ills; give a tea- 1 la a few hours all the sour bile and fermenting Is clogged in the bowels of the system, and you and playful child again, love this harmless, deli- laxatlve," and It never ;t a good "inside" cleans- tons for babies, children nd grown-ups are plainly .e. it handy In your home. A little oda...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 18 February 1919

I ll II ' ' "■ - y«"-rr~ THE CASS COUNTY SUN !| v! f The Light in the Clearing A TALE of the NORTH COUNTRY in the TIME of SILAS WRIGHT TT> "\rrXTf' D A PTTT?T T T7T> Author of Eben Holden, D'rl and I. Parrel of the JLiV V IrN VJ" DilLiniLL/LEylV Blessed Isles, Keeping Up With Lizzie, Etc., Etc. * i Copyright by Irring Bacheller ♦ v V BARTON PASSES THROUGH PERILS WHICH RECALL THE PROPHECY OF "ROVIN' KATE." Synopals.—Barton Baynea, nn orphan, goes to live with hla uncle, Penboily Bu.vnca, nn<l hl8 Aunt Deel on a farm on Rattlerond, In a neighborhood called Llckltyspllt, about the year 1820, ll meets Sally Dunkelberg, about his own age, but socially of a class above the Bayneses, an<l Is fnsclnated by her pretty face and fine clothes. Barton also meets Roving Kate, known In the neighborhood as the "Silent Woman." Amos Grlmshaw, a young son of the richest man In the town- ship, Is a visitor at the Baynes home and Roving Kate tells the boys' fortunes, predicting a bright futu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 18 February 1919

M 1 I < * V mw Mi'i'iriwiriit'Tirrgr-itiri t i i •i 'V*' D I R ID C T O R Y Chnrrlioi! BAl'TIST S. R. SMITH, pas'Vt, Sunday School at 10 o'clock A. M. each Sunday, T. I, Hamilton, Supt. Preaching every Sunday l>y the Pastor nt 11 a. m. and at night Prayer meeting ^very Thursday night Ladies Aid Soi.ety meets every Wed- nesday evening ■ y r«*r <■ 'Chain' Tread £S f I I f The Economy of Buying Good Tires It's mighty poor economy to put cheap tires on your car. 8 If you can't depend on your tires, you ^ - * depend on your car, and you can't get the high grade of ice it ought to give you, pays to buy good tires-^-United States s. ley represent the highest value it is ;ible to build into tires. iere are five different passenger car is—the only complete line built by tire manufacturer. ich hasthe built-in strength that means r money back in extra miles. nong them are exactly the tires you t for your car, and youf driving con- >ns. ir nearest Sales and Service Depot er will gla...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 25 February 1919

?>'P$ '"v' ;JS < ! - •- , - v - • "A;-'.; .. * i,-' • ' *3 . 1 B4NCER & Ell WIN, Publishers. } A Paper .'Oovotqd to tho best Intere;sl;i 6f the i *eopJo. -! SttbwcripUon, Per AntiHt'j VOL. 44. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 25. 1919. NO. 8. tPBasxatmroszK csan Y ncr rnrw v o*uv Letter From Germany. Montabaur; Germany, To the dubs of Cass County, that have been formed to co-op- erate with the Itod CrosS, and to Salvation Army, (Inclusively.) It is with great pleasure to have the privilege to use mv view s in a frauk way, in view of thej fact that hostilities haVe teased. In giving my thoughts great di- cipline has been rmaintained morally by the work of the Red Cross and Salvation Army, per- feOnaly I know of many incidents that have actualy occured dur- ing the battle of Soissons, here it was a case of extreme bravery with the men and women ofUieHe two Wonderful organisations, that contributed tp'the gfJ^at cause of humanity, by staying, disregarding personal danger, amo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 25 February 1919

1.' •• . .. -*c : V;V-' - J './V • ••• ... m ■ * 'V '■ '" -«'"■■■ ' '■ ' ' ■ -iW :IfH; ■ •. • • THE CASS COUNTY SUN GIRLS! LOTS OF A small bottle of "Danderine" makes hair thick, glossy and wavy. Removes all dandruff, stops itch- ing scalp and falling hair. & SSa&jraSKWs St$ l rv j ; ■J§M" \ HHiSk: Iff c -JV*< %y,i mmm * l Ti« I i\ To be possessed of a head of heavy, beautiful lmir; soft, lustrous, fluffy, wavy and free from dandruff is merely a matter of using a little Danderine. It is easy and Inexpensive to have nice, soft hair and lots of It. Just get a small bottle of Knowlton's Danderine now—it costs but a few cents—all drug stores recommend it—apply a little as directed and within ten minutes there will be an appearance of abundance, freshness, flufllness and an incompara- ■©li giosr snd lustre, and try as you will you canndt .find a trace of dandruff or failing hair; but your real surprise will be after about two weeks' use, when you will see new hair—fine and dow...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 25 February 1919

i u FX 1 L* 'fli If? r i THE CASS COUNTY SUN Every Little Task a Burden? "(wry Plrlim Irllj I have To the w umcn worn-out with weak kidneys, housework is a lieuvy burilen. Itack- Mlie, sick headache*, nervousncHs, d i z /. i- hchs, "blue" spells and a weak, tired condition, make the simplest tasks diffi- cult and the ever- present daily duties give the weakened Kidneys no time to recover. T V* Doom's Kidney Pills. They brought relief and comfort to thousands oi weak, suffering women A Texas Case Mrs. Georgia A. King, 617 Texas St., El Paso, Texas, says: "My back was painful and 1 was so lame 1 had to walk with a cane. My ankles became swollen and my Joints were sore. 1 also had puffy sacs under my eyes. I sometimes became so dizzy and weak I would fall and headaches made me miserable. A friend recommended Puan'a Kidney Pills. After I had used two boxes of Doan's 1 felt like a dif- ferent person. I was well and I have never had any kidney trouble since." Got Doan's at Any Store, 60c ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 25 February 1919

r \ v, : HSBJJP M*1*™**1 T f'l ' " OAS8 COUNTY SUN . ic. a. h.vkUkh w. 1 i r.'v-N BANGER & ERWIN, EBiTORS AND PROPRIETORS. it- . i<a-g:.r—Ti . —- ■— THE CASS COUNTY SUN phbllsheil I'Ury TtteHday, In entail ht th« Linden tiontblilo# as Sccouii Clauu mutter, Obltiidty riotices and cards of ihauks Mr ill be inserted ut two-sthd-a-Hulf cents l>ei line tff i— • u -vinrngtityrvg n rarnrrtfiTii w a \ viiZii KATES OF SU^SbhlMiON: Single copy per J-ear ' $1.50 " six months 1 T5 cents No papers s nt out without the crfjb In ADVANCE. r. ;| > .. . i mmlm w t::: Mf'g: L Pi-fff 11^;$ imw wRrtus •• * • r v r PKIi The 1910 war aa^iugs quota- for Cass County has beeu ceiti- fied at $326,000 00 by the trea- sury department, according to a telegram leceived by I. 13 Lani- er from Frank M. Smith, Feder- al District Director of Dallas. The telegram states that all lb- tal conditions affecting Cass Couuty have been carefully Studied and considered by the treasury department, with the Result ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 25 February 1919

r r lie M M i a' Ed" f)W- (ill ' )ltf art',' LOCAL INTELLIGENCE bOG cures Malarial FeVer. Bob M ooiej o f fcildalre', wah ih ihe city yesterday. - Seed Irish potatoes at Ij. C. leavers. _ . «*«• Sbe the Lihdeti Transfer Co. jfor high grkd'e bHclc. J. 1&. Kirkland, of Althira, was in the fcity yesterday. V Uuiop.Sets and 'gitrden seed at &atn Fant'*. * • * >*.*%>•*•" w v-' ^ y^r'v^"""v v* " det your Seed Oats from L. b. Weaver. Iton. H. A O'fTeal, of Atlamtii was a business visitor in the city last Friday. -/• Plehty df high grade Acid Phosjphdtb ilt Allday & Taylor's. -"Onions, potatoes and beans at Owen & Son. Wesley Mdi so bathe in froih Ijerry, La , to ejiend the week end with his family .lipre. XA tull line of wall jiityer at Fant Bros. Hdw Co. >*8ave uiqnfc^ by belying your Groceries from Owen & Son. ' H. C. Kirkland, of Marietta; Route 2, wn<? a pleasant visitor at the Sim office while in town Sittirday. FKHTTIIZEU Will have a car of ftloridim F...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 25 February 1919

im i \ :r$M •f SOUR STOMACH Pills and Strong Medicines Made This Lady's Troubles Worse, But Thedford's Black-Draught Improved Her Appetite and Took Away Her Bile. Nancy, Ky.—-Mrs. Cora Waddle, o resident of this place, gives out this statement: "1 have taken Black- Draught and found It to be the best liver medicine 1 ever used. It has Just been tine for Indigestion, sour stomach and n bitter taste In the mouth. I used to get bilious and constipated and laid to take something. Pills and other strong medicines would only tear my stomach up and leave me In a worse fix than before taking. 1 begun to have sick headache. After learning of Black-Draught I took It and was cured of sick head- aches. One or two doses a week, or a pinch after meals, kept the bowels open and took away (>11 bile. I have a good appetite, due to my use of Black- Draught." If your liver Is not acting properly you may suffer from such symptoms as headnche, biliousness, constipation, Indigestion, etc., a'hd unless...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 25 February 1919

1 I 1 I f raBESml : </ •• VTX ••>•■' • • MgL#/«■;•• * 3! M^k'j PIVIK ■WaWs i ;[Jy~ '■ ■ . ' '■ ■ J ' 4. ^ 'ft =SF THE CASS COUNTT SUN mmrn^: J 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'RI AND I. DAR.REL OP TUB BLESSED ISLE*. KEEPING UP WITH LIZZIE. Etc.. Ete. Copyright by Irrlng B*cheller BARTON MAKES HIS FIRST FORAY INTO THE WORLD AS A STUDENT IN MICHAEL HACKET'S ACADEMY Synopsis.—Burton Bnynep, oil orphan, goes to live with his uncle, Penhotly Bnyju'K, and hts Aunt Deel on u farm on Uattleroud, In a neighborhood culled Llokltyspllt, about tlie your 1826. He meets Sully Dunk el hers, ahout his own uge, but socially of u class above the May noses. un<l I* fascinated by her pretty face and fine clothes. Barton also meets Roving Kate, known In the neighborhood as the "Silent Woman." Amos Ortnisliaw, a young son of the richest mnn In the town- ship, Is a visitor at the Uiiynes home anil Itovl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 25 February 1919

' • '■■ ' • '' ^TnaifflrmiiPiTr rittiun ■ --n" E-mftrifftr Ml• ■ 'If" --"•> *-, •<fiS^STrfJ Laigit •,Wlf| IMii^mM' l.ir« I 111M I< y. sHjra rr :. 11 r'/ Why Swift & Company Handle Poultry, Eggs, Butler and Cheese Swift & Company went into the pro- duce business because they saw a crying need for the kind of service they were equipped to perforrr. The produce) business was in chaos. Collecting, transportation, preparation and distribution v/as hit or miss, with delay, deterioration and lets on every hand* The farmer was at the mercy of an uncertain, localized market. He had no way of reaching through to the people who needed what he was raising for them. There was no prem- ium upon improving his stocks, for grading was lax or lacking. The consumer had to accept produce that, as a rule, had no known respon- sible name behind hi He had no way of knowing how long the eggs or the butter he was buying had been lying around in miscellaneous lots in the back .room of a coun...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 4 March 1919

> s / HHHuRn*M ' ,V*- • ST; s S'sl B4K«i:R & ERWINI, Publishers. y A Paper Devoted to the best Interests of the People. < *iit *crii>«ioi , P VOL. 44. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, MARCH 4 1919. Through Hell and Good Old U. I Back 1o the Look Forward Not Backward. S. A. Will you sit and worry about J «■ the ravages of the War and the "Flu" while other yoitag people prepare-to meet the demand of Training is the one; "Through hell, and back again Texas, in the good old U. S. A.," says Grant Ilownni Bodwell, re- "Business"? cently granted his discharge at thing that makes a dificrenee be- Camp Bowie, and who has beeu tweeu the executive and the man on a visit to his father, C, P, Bodwell Sr., at Avinger. Ilia troop ship—the illfated Tnecaoia—w'ti's torpedoed and Hunk by a tiertnan [J fioat. Fol- lowing is a p&H of his story: "Whem the shock came, each man seemed to know that the ship was done for, uiid their only hope was in the life boats These Were quickly birt systema- ti...

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

CONDITIONS J- Woman rs of Cartiui, freatly Bone- immends )thers. Ark.—Mrs. Node [near here, stats: [began to have trou- I would ache and let up when down. I lould Just drag around flike doing anything it lervous I felt I cou'd . such a heavy ll not rest nt all. It [was going to get Uov.n Cardul and thought I ltd see what It would do After taking a few bot- stronger . . . The feeling left me. I |s, In fact, felt better twelve bottles anl greatly benefited and Id It to any on< n pr. I often tell otti [and strHiitrtlH'iifi: in- mild vegetable tonl J* |fter-effects. lis in.;ri • helping, building way, ly constitution. [druggist. 1 T knows Some druggists have tears.—Adv. K0USC WACOMMtTTttC REPORTS ftMOING HDOING FICTMY AT •OMC CAMPS. anefta:i Rulings. federu migratory bird | e sale if all migratory proliibind throughout ^tes, except 'or scientific purposes, of wuco:-- I farms or ■••• rv e- un- Lilt from tho secret U Im- itate of Ohio, City ' l^u'.as L-nty- f> . '"renk. J. Cheney ma...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 4 March 1919

■ ■ ■ BmW. ' M \ L- J COUNTY TON ™ LiBm 1NTHE CLEARING- A TALE OF THE NORTH COUNTRY IN THE TIME OF SILAS WIGHT IRVINE BACHELLEFw j AUTHO* or UlN HOlDtH. D-RI AND I, DARREL OP THE BLESSED (SlEi UEPINO UP VITH LIZZIE. ETC, ETC conuotiT MiinMtnm, wvim unua BART HEARS SOME STARTLING NEWS ABOUT THE SON OF THE MONEY LENDER. Synopsis.—Rnrton Bnynos, nn orphan, goes to live with his uncle. Penhody Hitynes, nnd his Aunt Heel on n farm on Itattlerond, In a neighborhood on I led Llckltyspllt, nhout the year 182(1. He meets Sally Dunkell>er ahout his own ape, but socially of a class above the Bnynpses, and Is fasclnnted by Iter pretty face nnd line clothes. Rarton also meets Roving Kate, known In the neighborhood as the "8llent Woman." Amos Orlmshnw. n young son of the richest man In the town- ship. Is a visitor at the Ravnes home nnd Roving Kate lolls the boys' fortunes, predicting a bright future for Rarton and death on the gallowa for Amos. Rarton meets Silas Wright. Jr., a man prominent ...

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

K. i. H.VNUtU BANGE& & ER„ h ,-v js . . .._-.l;_ * .i>M MQflaiCTMfi "taBCASS COUJH V rtt'N I'uUll .t.oa # fy T«MU y, ehu TifflnViii iVcstt)lE';« . UW.- lualtcr ) Obituary notices ami chrds of thanks ^il' be inserted at tWo and-a-hulf cciiis Tier line RAT lis OP SUBiClth'TiON: Single copy per year ' $1.50 six tiidnfhs ' Scents No[>apeistent out without Che fcaSh bt mjvan'.U Coy3 find Gir's C'lub. The Stile of Tex us lutfl bct.'ti "ryinpe if'!' ten vuai'K, with thO ithl "if tLif• l . K. tioverinllHUti to iis- fiiut t'UL'ii county to put in train- v)il agent a Iq promote Hoys and eirlis (,'luli work, tarn! improving nndjjlioute worl<, by dairying,- Stock raising, fruit growing, etc , ll has been prosed in VYilliaiu- !-|i!l, (f.-aysou, aiid utiny r count its tliat i8 brings jusandd of dollars to thu boys ad gtrlw, fannert?, furinei'H wiwa hat orherivi-«e would not have >een .thert, MM?, • j Mrs. -Iitn .1 efct of Athtntit hits been appointed County Home and Agricultur...

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

> 1 • ft >1 m ■ j .*■ 'vft \ A ■ V7' "1 xii y. MM v.-- PHWSMPBMF •(>• , '• S-'V., tflEi - ' ..A*..."'- LOCAL INTELLIGENCE i?rr.:> iwyiiil IIMIIW IMjj|i Mjii tiOG cures M a I m r i a 1 Fever. - - ——— Born to Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Steed a boy on Feb. 24(h. , Plenty of high gnido Acid Phosphate ftt Allday A Tavlor'a. k3eo the Linden Transfer Co. for high grade brick. Born to Mr. Mrs. Daniel Mel- der a girl on Feb 28. (5uion Sets and garden seed at Sain t^anl'i. , & ■ "~"-V A lull lino of wall paper at .Fant Bros. Lldvv Co. fll. VV. Cam'erbo, of Gusseta, Was a pleastiut ctlllor tit the Sun oftlce yeeterdily. GG6cures Bilious Fever. Seed oat.-, bran and mixed feed at Sum Fan I'd. Mrs. Dr. Smith and children, of Atlanta, were Lindeu visitors Sunday. Michigau Suit! Salt! I tit Bain Fant's. Coffins aud baskets at Fant feros Hdiv Co. mk i'*i'ii ■ .in maw i 'iriwii -m*j* n ■ John Ktnr.v of Ranger, Tmcm, | FORD PARTS, also the ha. notified In.. parents her,, that famous Racloc Cas...

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

sP IP<V-"; IS A-Sr,w','{ f; i-'y. * .-'v. • *\ v>'C 1;; v' v' •'{ • .; . leai ""rv-' ■'Vvc. ■ ■•' ' "• CASCARA M QUININE St—d^d cold iwMdjr for to i _ luf mH, mm*, no oyU«M emlri up > cold i« 14 hour*—rntm grip is I day*, limy bock 1 f It fgh. Th« f uln. bo hi« K d to with Mr. Hill's pictur*. At An Dri* StorM. Southwestern Agent* for C. G, Conn Band Instrument* Everything for the Band nnd Orchestra Butid Instruments Repaired and Plated Hrna for wtalogaa and term a. MARSH-MARLEY MUSIC CO. 1810 Main Street, Dallas, Texas Wo also buy and sell used Instrument*. Cabbage Plants Genuine Frostproof, all varieties, immedi- ate and future shipment By express—500, SI 25; 1000, $2.00; 5000, $8 75, Parcel Post Prepaid—100, 35c; 500, $1.50; 1000, $2.50. Enterprise Co. Inc., Sumter, S. C. superstition HARD TO DOWN Quaint Belief in Reference to Wed- ding Customs That Prevail in This and Other Countries. There are more superstitions In ref- erence to the marriage ceremony than In reference ...

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

\ w-i M AV^- jKM , f •srtfs V,'#' dSfHH THE CASS COUNTY SUN v 22^5^!.,«',2 jet Contents 15 fluid Draoh i OooDhops ALCOHOL-aPER CENT. . A\^elabteIV*p*atk* >rkj j simtfutin^ the Food by jtlndiheStnaadu and Bcweu «j < IMAMS ( HlLUHtj i Thereby Promoting i Cheerfulness and HMtCootaw , netthcr Opium. Morphine n« | Mineral. notnahcotic jt^^ouDcSAiaiafO^ &SU jiMlttSmd CASTOBIA For Infants and Children. Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria Always Bears the Signature of (jw^WJir w<iijiim> . A helpful Remedy for Constipation and Diarrhoea anil Fevcrishness and , Loss OF SLEEP | resntlin j <herefro^.n]mancy Facsimile Si4nrt«^cf (&<f0Ssfa xjie centaub cOKPAWT. NEW YORK: Jx. ' ™ Exact Copy of Wrapper. In Use For Over Thirty Years CASTORIA TMC OKMTAUN COMPANY. HIWTOM OrTV. "CASCARETS" They Gently Clean the Liver and Bowels, and Stop Head- ache, Colds, Sour Stomach, Bad Breath Enjoy Life! Take Cascarets and Wake Up Feeling Fit and Fine—Best Laxative for Men, Women, Children...

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

wm , v" ' Pi.. STftlSSfc',,v "■ .'i""'"v. .■ « 'Y . ' "*• ■ ' , ■ ' >:«■*;'■' . - ' ■ ■ ■.. ! 'V''-' ■ V ' ■ Vi'.tj , ■ n, . V'': • .. ■ , - - ,'K ^ ..V - V ■' M L i 52E3& D I RECTOR Y ill urdiifl I The More You Use Your Car The More You Need Good Tires Your car's usefulness is increasing every day* It is becoming more and more of a real necessity to you—both in your business and home life. For that very reason you need good tires, now* more than ever. The out-and-out dependability that created so tremendous a demand for United States Tires in times of war is just as desirable today. It rcduce3 tire troubles to the vanishing point- multiplying the usefulness of your car and putting the cost of operation on a real thrift basis. United States 'Nobby \ 'Chain', 'Usco%and ^laia' are the mcst popular fabric tires built. They have all the strength and stamina our years of experience have taught us to put into tiros. There is also the United States 'Royal Cord', the finestbuilt for ...

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

V m m i 1 /• V " >$■% : '14 $ %Jr ' / H 4 4 ■ ' / SB" «&A B1I*«ER & EKW1N, Publishers. )► A. Paper Devotee! to t h« * I >c:*t Ltitorfestti of the Pe6pl6. {Subscription, |l^ For VOL. 44. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, MARCH 11. 1919. NO. 1C. ■■■iiiii mi——■win ■■—■!■!■[ ■ maomtmu e *. umKwwwwwMn Facts Abcut School. The administration of thepub- 15c school was accepted last year Wit® Hie understanding that it was the desire of the patrons that the school should he recon- structed so that we would be in line to bo recognised bytheflt&te Department at Austin us a school of the first class. Wo accepted the conditions as we found them and not as we would like to have them. Since the first day it has taxed all of the ingenuity of all of the teachers to meet the grow- ing requirements in order that we might be able to reach the Btaudered set by the State and not do an injustice to the chil dren who were in no way resonsi- ble for the conditions as they existed. We found many of th...

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