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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 8 October 1907

v-I ?•:v 1 ..V,' -« ' ■ ' ' * ' ' • • r ITY BUN ««• r Positions for all ange:, ' and all Qualified HJditor & Proprietor | To Fill Them. TUB CASS COTT'XTY PuK published every TuoiKUy, ifi en11 rtd at the Linden jioetofllco an bscoud tlas* matUr. RATES or SUBSCRIPTION: Single copy pet year ' ' $1.00 " siimcnths ' 50 cents No pip?i j sent out without the casl In ADVANCE; paper stopped when time i;;- cut, or we lose it. WA'H mm l ,m M :f / M 1 , 1 ifll^ [ y It i Obituary noticcs and cards of thanks will be inserted at two-and-a-half cents per line. • Hold Your Cotton. Now is the lime for Union men to prove their faithfulness to their principles. Their great aim is to control the market price of their own produce, which is logical and just. In order to do this the minimum price of cotton is fixed at 15c per pound. He is a truitor to his principles, and a moral cow- ard who will sell one bale for less than 15c. Store it and hold it. The hanks will advance cash en bonded warehouse rece...

Publication Title: Cass County Sun, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 7 January 1908

A. B I^GIvR, l «i .A. I-'aper Devoted to tlie best Interest! ol the 1 eople. miiibMripfiou, fIJO Frr Ait 1 N, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JANUARY 7, 1908 O K \ VOL 36. WANTED 1,00 Organisers, to organize the cc ored people of the United States into The Negro Farmer and La- j borers' Educational, Co-Operak, tive Union of America. Charter! ed by the State of Toxics, and Copy-Righted by the United States, and Indorsed by the Exe- cutive Committee of the Whit* Farmer* Union of Texas; for further particulars address, J. E,^ A. Banueii, Linden Texas. R. 33. LIGOIST, M. 3D. Offers his services .to the peojtte tla.v> Jol)m S. Morris, Superintendent. of> Linden and surrounding country. Prompt atten- tion given to all calls day or night, your M practice solicited. Office with Dr. Davis. Call at J. 0. Goodman's Bar- ber Shop for first class work Everything clean and nice, up- to-date hair cut, sharp razors and clean shaves, all in apple pie ordfer. O. 51 DAVIS, M. D„ physician and obstktbicIak i/ind...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 7 January 1908

i 1 '' Y B'l^llilWFil''iiiriii 'I'l "'•V,'': - TEXAS AFTER TWENTY YEARS OF SERV- ICE. WANTS REST. IP: ®Y New Orleans, for the first time in its history, passed a "dry" Sunday od December 29. rat passenger agents pro- i. the $$|>oent railroad fare, claiming that the rate 1b a money-los- 1n£ iTTopoSilion. test The Hopkins County fruit growers •and farmers will plant 2000 acres in fruiF tres this winter, mostly peaches. A large percentage of Elberta peaches are being set out. Miss May Ferguson, while cleaning some garments with gasoline In a Dal- las tlat, Saturday evening, wa§ Jatally burned Ijy an explosion of the fluid, dying during the flight. . Rev. W. E. Mason, who was struck in the head by two pistol bullets somo four weeks ago, was out and preached his first sermon since that Sunday in his home town, Cleburne. About 150 bales of cotton stored in thhe Farmers ' Union warehouse at Grandview to be held for 15 cents, were turned loose last week at prices ranging from 10 cents to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 7 January 1908

i^Wvf f;"' . U \ ,; ■■:. v. • ;•':, #>f*v v - 1 ===— —- WWiW", X TO HANG ON. MR. Bf GET OUT OF NEBRASKAN NOT STRANGER Says He Needs a Rest and Came for That, and Wants Nothing Else. Galveston, Tex., Dec, 20. — Colonel Moody's fine yacht Nancy Ann took but a distinguished party about noon yesterday, and the ducks and other game at Lake Surprise will be given a noisy greeting. Those in the party were William Jennings Bryan and hf& son, William Jr.; Governor Campbell and son, Mitchell, and Hon. George A.j Carden of Dallas, guests of Col. Moody. W. M. Thornton, representing the Dal- las News, is also with the hunters. Mr. Bryan and son arrived In the city about 6:30 o'clock, having been delayed several hours because of, a late train. The guests were driven Im- mediately to Colonel Moody's res- idence and later was taken out for a spin o\of the city and down the sea way boulevard. Later in the morning a belated train from Austin brought Governor Campbell, with his son, who came do...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 7 January 1908

I ; ".Jsaiv. wpi :',:v 'vt- ' ' . '• BUN Cv r- x Banger, EJditor & P'roprietor TIIJBCASS COUNTY SUN publiehod every Tnmdfty, 1 enteral t ihe IJndeu pobtoittoe ah Second CIuhb matter. kates ok nu inscription: Single copy )x.<r year ' ' $1 00 " .six months ' 50 cefits No papers sent out without the eatfh In advanck; paper stopped when time is out, or we lose it. Ubktw-ry notices and cards of thanks will be inserted at two-and-a-half cents per line. If you owe us, fjend us potatoes corn, cottonseed "losses," and a little cash when you get it; for it might help keep the wolf off. Don't Don't. - . . 1't give amor tgageB Don't sign awrfy yourliberties. Why boat of your freedom and independence and then mortgage yourself into slavery.—Don't do it. They have gotten up a new form of mortgages, which, if yoff sign, you waver all your rights, even your rights to manhood, Jiot only for the present, but for the future. Don't sign them. Why sign yoursell, your wife and your children into s...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 7 January 1908

.. > A :. : m . vmtiwxia I i • .—.. .... mr —- terms for Announcement. Candidates for District Offices " County " mm $10.00 5.00 " " Se*tH f;W 3 00 Always Cash in Advance. ANNOUNCIVIEftTS. Subject to the action of the Dem oc rat ic Tri t n a ry. For County Attoraoy E. E. Buouoheh. LOVAL INTELLIGENCE Mrs. Bates and children visit- iiarftt- od Atlanta Sunday. The Cabin Drug Store is headquarters for all kinds of stationary. Victor and Willie Florence spent the holidays tit the paren- tal liotne. Over shoes and under wear at Marett k Sheffields; Major Pate, of O'Farrall, was in the city Thursday. Plows Candies at the Cabin Drug Store. D. H. Nelson, Staward of the Huntsville Penitentiary, is visit- ing relativSs and friends here this week. * New line of Post Cards at the Cabin Drug Store. Messrs SaraT Whitworth and Garfibld Williams have opened up a blacksmith shop north qf the bank building, and are pre- pared fo do all kind of black- smithing. ' Ladies call at our store and gee our...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 7 January 1908

I County itute hi |i Atlantf 1 lie 2(Xrhe salary of the Mayor of Paris II (jol.0e raised frmu ?90f) to $2000. exorcises v\reo Bkators were drowned near md, Vt., by the breaking of l.liln Institute. ulay- |fcv. \\ ill. Ilicktjuarters for the Democratic Na- Instltute. ommlttee at Denver will be n Palace Hotel. 'i sfx criminal courts are In n New York, they can not with the wave of crime wept over the city during ossibility that Now York time experience a '••ike among car- • $4.50, but MO WONDER HE WAS SCARED. Costumo Suggested Would Have Made Youth Look Like Circus Freak. Not long ago a large clothing house In New York received a letter from tho remote southwest to this effect: "What is the proper dregs for a groo.ii In the afternoon?" The clerk who opened the mall re- ferred the Inquiry to the livery depart- ment, and the head of that department dictated a brief reply: "Hottle green coat, fawn-Colored trousers, with top boots, silk hat and cockade. We can make you prices." In about a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 7 January 1908

;« to|' f®K .y?'. ation ago. 60NG8 OF A In the Majority of Them the Horo- tries Always Passed Away. It may not be generally knowu that Funny Crosby, now spoken of only aw a hymn writer, used to drop Into week- day verse, supplying words for songs more popular In tlieir day than are uny of the new things heard by music lovers of these later times, says the New York Post. The matron who Is now being "courted again in her girls" will, If she lias a good memory, recall a doleful song that her Charlie and his rivals used to ask for when ^he wore ring- lots and broad-brimmed gypsy hats: "In the Hazel Dell My Nellie's Sleep- ing," the words of which were written by Fannie Crosby, under a pen name. 'This same matron had not been mar- ried long enough to give up her music when "Rosalie, the Prairie Flower" (words by the same author) had al' sentimental young people weeping be- cause "she" was "gone." It was the fashion in those days for song heroines to die young, and Miss Crosby wasn't any ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 7 January 1908

m, -- iss ' Or JEFFfclisUN, itX f,—~ •ichsors to J. T. Rogers # IAL BUSINESS ESTABLISHED 1808, BANKING 1896. its jPatrons Prompt -Attention. oeommodations Consistent with iking 1 'rinciples- SANS MFG. GO., •3 F PERSON, TEXAS. ,a and Retail Hardware and Mill Supplies, WING IMPLEMENTS rter Oak, Bridge and Beach ifacturing Co., Cooking Stoves, abaker Wagons, Wire, Nails- Bookkeeping iu THREE months than others can in .It to ■oi- fd. et •aEE B°ok1lotj jce you that Draughon's Collc^L". a,u' that DrgBghon a ^ , by their SUPMlIOll and COPY- Colleges tcacfi ooif^rrA - -. HTED methods, teach you more' BEST system® of SHORTHAND. PRACTICAL BUSINESS ' $300,000.00 capital; 2S Colleges in 16 States; 17 years' strcccsa. pnCITtnjJQ secured or money refund- ruJlHJlio f(i Written contract giv- I ea, 3 only Jerent or in ouhl be are olwaj? Hliing in something ry nature a,t the ein- ings. !8S i lU)t in yout consist in . •. It is a I CARyl Law, Bookkeeping, Shorthand, Luwl.1 penmanship,Drawing,QV M All A...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 14 January 1908

1 , • v. . 'm I I E A. B^NCIKR, Publisher. .A. IPaper Devoted to the best Interests of the I^eople. * tuimcripfion, yroo lin a . «c VOL 33. LINDfeN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JANUARY 14. 1908 NOi 2. mii, s ■ WANTED 1,000 directory brganizors, to organize the col- bred people 6f the United States into The Negro Farmer and La- borers' Educational, Co-Opera- tive Union of America. Charter- ed by the State of Texas, and Copy-Righted by tile United States, and Indorsed by the Exe- cutive Committee of the White Farmer i Union of Texas; for further particular address, J. E. A. Banger, Linden TexaB. j k. E. LIGON, M. r>. '(Jim relief* !>— m BAPTIST G. K. iwilltams, Pastor. Sunday School at 10 o'clock a. m. each Sunday, L. C. '.Weaver, Superintehdent. Preaching ever^r 2nd and 4th Sunday by the Pastor :at 11 a. m. and at night. Prayer mee ing every other Friday night. Ladies Aid Society meets eVery Satur- day evening M. E. |C. M Sunday Schoi :purchsouth Cagur, Pastor 10 a. m. each Sun- lGAGL 1 at...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 14 January 1908

Wi. w ■■■ ' . K" '4: 1 ■' ■ ' ; •* ' ■ " {' /?j.|r.* y ' CAM COUNTY MJN JOHN BANGER, Publisher. - - - - TEXAS LINDEN, THEF.E.C. U. MEETING SOME 300 DELEGATES ARE AT THE OPENING. \ O. H. Mattlson was killed In the gin machinery at Thalia a few days since. He was comparatively a stran- ger there. A locomotive for moving material for construction was put on the Dal- las-Sherman Interurban line at Mc- Kinney last week. The big five-acre warehouse and a number of cars belonging to the Lemp cBrewery in St. Louis, were burned Sunday night, Involving a loss of some $100,000. Aaron Kelley, charged with bribery, broke jail and escaped at Brady a few nlght3 ago. He cut a bar from one of the windows, through which he was able to make his exit. The year 1907 witnessed the great- est building activity in the history of Mount Pleasant. Nearly $400,000 worth of improvements were made dur- ' ing the last year. San Antonio ticket brokers have agreed to go out of business if the railroads will drop th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 14 January 1908

k DRY STATE. ' - ■ BANK INSURANCE IDEA ■ 1 •' ; W> SMSf !J : A WIDESPREAD SENTIMENT IS 8H0WN IN THE MATTER. DEPARTMENT IS CAUTIOUS Rldgely Stands Ready to Act upon the Advice of the Attorney General. Washington, Jan. 3.—The sentiment In favor of providing some form of In- surance for National bank depositors seems to be spreading with such rap- idity as to Indicate that before long National banks in all parts of the coun- try will be clamoring for the privilege of instituting it. The predicament of National bankers in Oklahoma, as well as the sharp shrinkage of deposits, seems to have served as a warning to the National bankers in a number of other States; that is, they fear the example of Oklahoma in requiring State banks to institute a system of Insurance will be followed by a num- ber of other Southern and Western States. The plan also seems tq have advocates among bankers, who have less reason to fear such competition in the near future. In anticipation of this situation, but...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 14 January 1908

mh ronn Basger, Editor & Proprietor 1 f ■■■ '. TIIKCASS COUNTY SUN \«Wl lied every Tuesday, is 6illt*rnd &t tho Linden lJ0Htuffl(,w fc« Soooiid Clans matter. ' K * mm* ' ■ ' H RATES OP subscription: 'Single copy per year ' ' SI.00 " six months ' SO cents No papers sent out villiotit the cash jn advance; palmer stopped when time is out, or we lose it. Obituary notices and cards of thanks toil) be inserted at two-and-a-half cents per line. If you owe us, send us potatoes corn, cottonseed "lasses," and a little cash when you get it; lor i't might help keep the wolf off. List of Jurors The following is a list of the grand and petit jurors, for the .February term of the District Court. GRAND JURY. I. H. Lanier Hiram Hood H. D. Whitaker H. P. Mason W. L. Swtnt Jack Jackson j. L. Wood Jno. E. Spiva V,. C. Walls C. G. McDonald ft B. McWBorter A. T: Baker I. M. Simmons T. S. Brown O. G. Glass J. A. Hooton. PETIT JURY 1st. WEtfK. w. l.Lennnons S. S, Mayfield W J. Jones W. J. Stanley A...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 21 January 1908

J E A. Publisher. <► -A. I^aper Devoted to tlie best Interests of the lJeopl< >1 IVf if-It • I-4R J [ VOL 33. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JANUARY 21. If 13 I m WANTED 1,000 Orgnnizors, to organize the col- ored people of the United Stntefl into The Nfegro Farmer and La- borers' Educational, Co-Opera- tive Dnion of America. Charter- ed by the State of Texas, and Copy-Righted by the United States, and Indorsed by the Exe- j Prayer cutive Committee of the White ; night, farmer j Union of Texas; for further particulars address; J. E A. Banger, Linden Texas. : ft. E. LIGON, M. 3D. Offers his services to the people of Linden and surrounding country. Prompt atten- tion given to all calls day or night, your practice solicited. Office with I)r. Davis, C TOR BAPTIST OJfc. Williams, Pastor. Sunday'.School at 10 o'clock a. m. eacii Sunday, I . C; Weaver, Superintendent. Prcachiiig every 2nd and 4th Sunday by the Pud'orat 11 a. m. and at night. neeting every other Fridajr Ladies Aid Society...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 21 January 1908

. iffl- " -r- . k m -■ ■ 'i" •v# ;! ; :ouni JOHN BANGER, Pub,Usher. ES •■ . P| ■ |f pifflW * im LINDEN, - - - TEXAS Andrew Green, from New York, pitf a bullet through the center of hia I ore bead in Miller's saloon In Houston aJ 1:35 Friday afternoon. FATAL AUTO TEST JOHN TRENTHAM MEETS DEATH AT POST OF DUTY. f '5 ' OESPERA WOULD MAKE BAGGING Beater HUNDREDS DIE IN FLAMES. Burglars broke into three business houses In Gainesville Friday night on Commerce street and secured a nice Bum of money at each place. Tom Howeth, a barber of Wetumka Ok., was fatally hurt by being struck with a poker. His skull was fractured with the blunt end of the implement. The newspapers of all political shades are enthusiastic over the re port that King Alfonso next year may make a trip to Mexico and other Lat in-American countries. An Incipient fire damaged twenty bales of cotton on the Peoples Com- press at Brownwood Saturday. The whole institution, owing to the high winds, narrowly escaped. NECK IS BROK...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 21 January 1908

:: % V m * *■'-< 'I ■■''>• ■ f/tw.M ' • .V •'« 1 :. E. C. U. MEETING 80ME 300 DELEGATES ARE AT THE OPENING. {♦lj SOME OBJECTS OF MEETING Questions of Cotton Acreage and Hold- ing Cotton Are to the Fore. Memphis, Tenn., Jan. 8.—The annual convention of the Farmers Educational and Co-Operative Union met here yes- terday for a sesion of three days. About 300 delegates representing ■every Southern State and those of Mis- souri, Kansas and Washington, are In attendance. The rapid growth of the union since Its organization five years ago has attracted much attention in all parts of the country, and the con- vention now in sesion will discuss mat- ters of vital Interest to the farmers of all sections. The meeting Is being held behind closed doors. C. S. Barrett of Union City, Ga, president of the Union, arrived early today and called the convention to or- der. One of the most Important sub- jects to be discussed is the advisability at an organized effort to reduco the acreage of cott...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 21 January 1908

V K Ml foha Bta&eir" Ttklitor & Proprietor THECA.S3 CO UN TV SUN ptiblinhea every Tuoaday, ia «nt> fud t tbo LiuUou postytii'Mi ea 3oc.au(1 ciujs matter. IRT PR( rates of subscription: , Giggle copy per year ' ' $1.00 " six months ' 50 cents; No paper* sent out without the cash in advance; pap\-r stopped when time is | yut , or we lose it. Obituary notices and cards of thanks will be insetted at two-and-a-half cents per line. If you owe us, send us potatoes corn, cottonseed "lassos," and a little cash when you pet it; for it might help keep the wolf off. List of jurors H The following is a list of the grand and petit jurors, for the February term of the District Court, f ' 6RAND JURY. J H- Lanier Hiram Hood H. D. Whitakcr H. P. Mason W. L. Ewtnt Jack Jackson J. L. Wood Jno. E. Spiva K. C. Walls C. G. McDonald KB. McWborttf A. T: Baker ' M. Simmon's -T. S. Bro\^n 0. G. Glass J. A. Hooton. PETIT JURY 1st. "WEEK. W. h. LemtAons S. S, Mayfteld A. R. Harty W. N. Dees V/. R. Bo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 21 January 1908

terms for Annmmcement, CAndWtoM*l<>f t>i Mct Offices . $10.00 " Cottity " 5,00 " Beat " . . 2.50 Always Cash in Advance. ArinOUflC^HNTS. Subject to the action of the Democratic Primaiy. A* indicates. ihat the' candi- date is subject to re-election. m i«r, W I Saturday m iiriftfim mm IKi FOR REPRESENTATIVE- Hbnrv D. Nelson. FOR C6UNTY ATTORNEY E. Nswr Spivky. * E. E. Erouoher- FOR TAX COLLECTOR— Geo. W. Coodv T. J. Wilson. L. C. Wbaver. * FOR COUNTY CLERK— I. E. Lanier. * FOR COUNTY JUDGE— V. D. Glass. * FOR DISTRICT CLERK— Elmer Brown. * FOR TREASURER— G. W. Florence. * FOR SHERIFF— W. C. Blalock.* FCR TAX ASSESSOR— ' : K. (Doode)Wynn. FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION— <gt M. G. Bates. F.OR CONSTABLE, PRECINCT 1- Fkank Mitchell. , BMB LOCAL INTEL LIGEA CE 7; *; Keg Pickels at Glass Front. Road working is the order of the day around here this weekr Over shoes u'id under wear at Marett & Sheffields. Joo Doss was iu the Hub Saturday. C lbs Soda for 25 cen...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 21 January 1908

25 "Guar a* SICK HEADACHE CARTELS Positively cured by these Little Pills. They also relieve Dis- tress from Dyspepsia, In- digestion and Too Hearty Eating. A perfect rem- edy for Dizziness, Nau- sea, Drowsiness, Bad Taste In the Mouth, Coat- ed Tongue, Pain in the Side, TORPID LIVER. They regulate the Bowels. Purely Vegetable. SMALL PILL. SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE. ITTLE IVER IPILLS. |iwf 81 CARTERS ITTLE IVER PILLS. ON FOR WOMEN'8 "NERVES" OF SUCH STUFF ARE DREAM9. -y Many Cases It Is Weakened Genuine Must Bear Fac-Simile Signature REFUSE SUBSTITUTES. ETSSEEDS W Jr For fresh- ne5n,purity ruwl reli- ability ,F*rry* sSeeds are In a class bv them- selves. Farmers have confidence In them because they know they can be relied up- on. Don't experi- ment with cheap seeds—your sure- ty lies in buying seeds sent out by a conscientious and trustworthy r- house. Ferry's Seed Annual for 1V08 ta FRKE. Address 0 M.Ferrt&Cq.,Dc.troit,MICH. hicks' GAPUG1NE IMMEDIATELY CUKES Headaches and Indigest...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 21 January 1908

' '■> i -' " mpm mmmmmm A J E / EVENTS OF EVERYWHERE 0*anl ored peo into The borers' tive Dnio t?d by t.hf Copy-Rig States, a fcutivo C Farmer j further pi A. Range H Ei Offers his of Lint Count tion da] pr otfid Call al , her Shop Everythi'i to-.iuie hi an «1 i * 1 o ft ii I fm> n <-(U' r O. E PlIYSlCIA Prompt •i i / (it ti i. s Off lion; squat Tiit: !?o!.i. THii Gnwrv t'fvjjuL-nt, M i'. .j. Mo.i Vie ■ rr si ! x'ct. Ttv.'.s., K. F. . No] Lecturer and| jeff.rson, R. j Chaplain, J. j Conductor, J.! uour Hoc per (j .i:| J. G. M'iI'Miyi J. S. f ir Isonj A. P Rhea, Q A SAfj HEAD VO No myi prove \ hit- Yon aNo :j u id- p'ticri choose a fd i o t Ik* w than iti" News. I'-.v Tass Count] Wi'ckl'1 N i1M hoi li pnjM'ri >:. su'i i'Ci'ipi ft), l. SN t ha special nitej p i <*nsi now. Do ni 1903 Will t) Your ordfl attrition. I V f-I ioi Whin h k' tin mb." w d withinking ol v.-c do know—a' worth—Hunt's ^infallibly '•ndt h g t :'HI1 ilf ! ht.ni m outiclr Cm. jwiW Sjiitnydiat c M-t v r...

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