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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 28 April 1908

MS To All i.. i Agricul- t)- F- C. IT. of A., or if you have Interested CASS COUNTY SUN To Election Managers. John Banger, Editor & Proprietor the Voter mk F - m.' jKK, TIIK0A98 COUNTY SUN jmblUluul overy Tuesday, In entered at the I.ludeu jiostofll'.'a as Sccond Cluaa matter. rates 01' subscription: Single copy per year ' $1.00 " six months ' ftOccnts No papers sent out without the cash m advance; paper stopped when time is eut, or we lose it. (lliil nary not iocs ami c.nd&of thanks will be inserted at two-and-a-lialf cents line. Cass Coffnty Democrats. there held a primary electron in the te for the purpose of electing legates to the Democratic Nat- ional Convention at Denver. 'All who participate in that primary pledge themselves^ to vote the democratic, ticket in Nov. It maker no difference who the democratic nominee may be you are pledged to support him. It makes \\o difference what the* democratic platform stands /♦>r, you. are ^led^e# to1 support If they nominate a...

Publication Title: Cass County Sun, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 28 April 1908

V> ^ i v* . \ "j ;,,,',v,; $?•''. J i f\*r •:••<'• ^\ii 1 r'" If K ; :i a- flNNOONCEJWErlTS. Terms- • Candidates (or District OfFiccs . . $10.()Ct " " County " . . 5.00 " " Beat " . . 2.50 Always Cash in Advance. Subject to the action of the Democratic Primary. A * indicates that the candi- date is subject to re-election. FOR DISTRICT JUDGE— S P. POUNDERS- P. A Turner.* FOR CONGRESS 1st DISTRICT— Morris SiIBPPard.* FOR RE PRESENT ATIVE"- G. \v. Pant, j. E. Ellington, Henky D. NrusoM. FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY— E. Nkwt Si'ivSV. * ft. E- Broughrr.- FOR TAX COLLECTOR— Gko. \V. Coody. K J. Wilson. L. C. Wbavkr. 4 FOR TAX ASSESSOR— W. W- McClung, J. L. Thagoard. W. C.'- Williams, K. (Doode) Wynn, 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. B'laLock. * FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION— M. G. Bates. FOR CONSTABLE, PRECINCT 1— J. M. Nelson. Frank MtTcriELL.* FOR JUS...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 28 April 1908

FOR A DAINTY SANDWICH. iff! ■" ':f; f|ff j BUM lf$ lecmses the Sy stem _ _.. ually-, Dispels Colas andHeaA acnes due to Constipation; acn T a Ij mail ts naturally, acts Irulv Lily, acis truly as jaxative. Best PotMenV^men and CruM-* ren-young and rmi-young and Uld. K) ^et its Beneficial Ejects Alwavs buy tKe Genuine which has Tne jull name of tne Com- pany CALIFORNIA Fro Strup Co. ty whom it is manufactured .printed on the front of every package. SOLD BY ALL LEADING DRUGGISTS. one size only, regular price 50+ p«>- bottle. SICK HEADACHE I , < 7"| Positively cured by rARTFRX these Little Pills. ' They also relieve Dis- tress from Dyspepsia, Id- digestion and Too Hearty Bating. A perfect rem- edy for Dlnlnes*, Nau- sea, Drowsiness, Bad Taste In the Mouth, Coat- ed Tongue, Pain in thfl Side, TOBPID LIVER, They regulate the Bowels. Purely Vegetable SMALL PILL. SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE. GARTERS PILLS. Genuine Must Bear Fac-Simile Signature REFUSE SUBSTITUTES. TOILET ANTISEPTIC Keeps ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 28 April 1908

ft Youngster "Made Good" Before Temp- The Twice-Told Experience of tation Was Put In His Way. Bernardino, Calif., Man. San A train from the north pulled Into the station at Charlottesville, Va. An elderly man thrust IiIb head out of a window of a day coach and summoned a little colored boy. The following col- loquy ensued: "Little boy, have you a mother?" "YasBuh." "Are you faithful to your studies?" "Yassuh." "Do you go to Sunday school?" "Yassuh." "Do you say your prayers every night?" "Yassuh." "Can I trust you to do an errand for me?" "Yassuh." "Well, here's five cents to get me a couple of applea."—Success Maga- «lne. ANNUAL SALES OVER NINE MILLION. Good, reliable quality Is appreciated by the smoker. Over Nine Million (9,- 000,000) Lewis' Single Binder cigars sold annually. The kind of cigar smok- ers have been looking for, made of very rich, mellow tasting tobacco. It'a the judgment of many smokers that Lewis' Single Binder straight 5c cigar equals in quality the best 10c cig...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 28 April 1908

5PMv^il'5 •••• S3 ;«i>f W * ^ 1 % - '• - t ' will |W|I lllHIIW sm. l*|l£ PIM FROM The Srgro -J&mter find Laborers iomil, 0o-( )pemtive Union of America. ffft I mpm O mm m wmM' a Indorsed by the white union of Texas, Thi* colli inn is for the use of each Local -Union. All should be addressed to J. Iv A. Banger, See.-Treasurer, Linden, Texas. Following arc the officers of the Cass Co. Union of the N. 1'. it 1.. K. C. U. of America. C. H. Peters, Pres., Liuden, Tex., R.2. M. W. Richardson, Vice Pres., i\)uglassville, Tex. 13. J. Gardner, Sec. Treas., Dwiglassville, Tex., R. 1. T. Shcppard, Chaplain, Linden, Tex. Charley Allen, Door Keeper, I.inden, Tex M. j. Johnson, Conductor, Douglaasville Tex. C. P. Rowe, Lecturer, Douglassville Tex. Executive Committee. £. W.Warren, Linden, Tex. A. O. Oliver, Atlanta Tex. T. D. Dickerson, Douglassville, Tex. Raise Your Living At Home. Volga, Texas, April 21.—New dear brothers of the union, as this is near cotton planting time I thought I wou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 5 May 1908

'*■ •f . \ 'mmm Sbbl. ' c' • "-'U mSrmmI WWKK I $58 I op w' i' 11 ' • 1 •: H ill .. Pt$& :'••'•* - SV V • "i " k- /•' - ■ / . ■■■ - v 'Y.v; ''V, • ■ ■v.,V . H lr A- E. A. tt41\( KR< Publisher. ^ , .A. [Paper Devoted to the best Interests of the jPeople. Hubwjrlirttotij $1.80 Prr Aii««tri VOL Q3. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, MAY 5, 1908. NO. IS. WANTED 1,000 ±> i KECTO R Y Organizers, to organize the col- tliiii'tlic!) oreci people of the llnited States intd The Negro Farmer and La- borers' i'Mucationnl, Co-Opera- tive Union of America. Charter- ed by the State of Texas, and Copy-Righted by the United , States, and Indorsed by the Exe- CtltlVa Ctiiiirriitt&e of the White Farmeri Union of Texas; for fUrthet4 particulars address) J. E. A.'Banger, Linden Texas. R. E. LIOOIST, M. T>. Offers his services to the people of Linden and surrounding country. Prompt ut.tr - .tion given to all eallrf day or night, your practice solicited. Office with Dr. Davis. Call at J. 0. Goodman's...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 5 May 1908

p ■>->. —U .#! Wi m,' mm iff PPP ls§ I m Hh m ' i rttt ca C0IJNTY siJN JOHN BANGER, Publisher. CULBERSON IS HEARD' I*0_8ATtuSHIPS- THE WEEK'S EPITOME LINDEN, TEXAS Pie and Diamonds Forever. Tne charge that the present ncute degression In the dluraond industry, both In its mining and retail phases, is due to the sudden cessation of the American demaud is too well founded, it may be feared, to be disputed. America is the great market for South African diamonds. Our national appe- tite for diamonds has hitherto been something like an anaconda's taste lor rabbits. Whether this is an indication of a high degree of national culture, associated with great wealth, remarks the Springfield Republican, it remains for our European critics to say. It Is certainly true that the panic in Ameri- ca caused the bottom to fall directly out of the diamond market and to bring about that acute crisis which is now agitating the diamond trade In London directors' meetings, Amster- dam cutters' shops ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 5 May 1908

S- FARMERS' EDUCATIONAL I AND CO OPERATIVE UNION ' Ei OF AMERICA I GETTING 80lt. FOOD. How Marylanders Keep Out of The Trust's Clutch&s. Wheat growers In Maryland have for twenty or more years abandoned the purchase of ammonia in their fer- tilizers, and in the meantime seen their crops nearly trebled In amount and their soil richer in nitrogen through the accumulation of humus from the decay of legume crops. Is it not time for the cotton farmers of the South to begin to realize the vast waste of money and loss of crops they are making by depending year after year on a low-grade complete ferti- lizer, when they could get almost dou- ble the amount of the plant food needed by the legume crop for the same money? Letter after letter comes to me ask- ing for a formula for this, that and the other, the general Impression be- ing that for every crop planted or sown we must provide a special fer- tilizer, and falling to realize that In a good short rotation with legumes there would onl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 5 May 1908

TOM OROMER % W. O. SMITH 8 COUNTY SUN Joh.a Ba&ff&Cf lOditor As Propriotoi I UKUAS3 COUNTV SUN puhllblil'd I'Vprj Ttn'silav,' Is auWtjil st the I.liidenm>8t0111't: h Second CUibs matter. Single, copy per.year " six months m fW rat i! 3 OP subscku'tion: SI. 00 50 cents No papers setlt owt without t lie cash in advancK; paper Stopped when time is nut, or \vc lose m -,.i ■ i Obituary notices and cards of tliatiks Will he inserted at two-and-a-half ceftts per line. ■ -2i llf ■ i W\ m IB Election Order. Be it ordered by the Board of Trustees of Linden Independant District^ til a t an election be held 1'I, theCourt House in the town' of Linden, in said Linden Inde- pendant Distf-ict, on the Gth day of .1 une, 3908 to determine if the f-'oard of Trustees of said I)is- l rlct shall have power to annual- ly levy and collect a tax upon all taxable property in said District for tho supportand maintenance of public free schools in said Lin- th'n Independant School District, of and at...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 5 May 1908

— AHfJOUNCEM^flTS. Diamond (15) C< ffee at, the Term* jOirfp-H tront, v tiandidatft^ for District Officii . . $10 .001 , It u H " County " t'MJ " ll Beat " 2.00 A lwti.Vs CiMih in Advaoqp. Subject to tltf; .tctioni of tlie DernocMtLe Prunaiv. A " indicatesvthat tl>y candi- date is subject to re-election. i^OR DISTRICT JUDGE—" S P. POUNDERS. P. A Turner.* FOR CONORESS 1st DISTXTrcT— Morris SiIeppard.'* FOR REPRESENTATIVE— .• G. w.'FaWT, ]. E. ELUNOtON, Henry D. NelsSon. FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY— E. Newt Spivey. * E. E. Broughbr. FOR TAX COLLECTOR— tifio. W. COODY. T. J. Wilson. L. C. Weaver. * FOR TAX ASSESSOR— W. W) Mc'Cluno, J. L. Thaooard. W. C. Williams, K. (Doode) Wynn. FOR. COUNTY CLERK— I. E. I.ANiC.K. * FOR COUNTY JUDGE— V. D. Glass. * i?OR DISTRICT CLERK— Elmer Brown. * FOR TREASURER— G. W. Florence. * FOR SHERIFF— \V. C. Blalock. * " FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION— M. G. Bates. FOR CONSTABLE, PRECINCT 1- J. M. Nelson. Frank Mitchell.* EOR JUSTICE op the PE...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 5 May 1908

:• .'*> !4m Vi'' '' OMEN'S KIDNEYS ON THE GLAD HIGHWAY. W. O. SMITH 8ource of Most of Women's Sickness Prlnc .1 "Say, boas, you hasn't er dime in yer clothes, has yer?" "No, my man, I have not. But how did you guess it?" How I Cured Sweeny and Fistula. "I want to tell you how I saved one of our horses that had a fistula. We had the horse doctor out and he said it was so bad that he did not think he could cure It. and did not come again. Then we tried Sloan's Liniment and It cured it up nicely. "One day last spring I was plowing lor a neighbor who had a horse wWh sweeny, and I told him about Sloan's Liniment and he had me get a bottle for him, and It cured his horse all right, and he goes off now like a colt. "We had a horse that had sweeny awfully bad and we thought It was never going to be any good, but we used Sloan's Liniment and it cured it up nicely. I told another neighbor about it and he said it was the best Liniment he ever used. 1 "Wo are using Sloan's Sure Colic Cure an...

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

I APPLE 8LUMP AN OLD RECIPE. Dish That Figured Often on Table? of Our Ancestor*. the Apple slump la an old-fashioned dish, but none the less acceptable on account of Its antiquity. Pare, core and quarter a dozen tart, juicy apples, turn over them a cupful of .boiling water and set where th6y will begin to cook. Five minutes later add to the apples two cups of molasseH and cook five or more minutes, while you prepare a very soft biscuit dough, using for a pint of flour a teaspoonful of Bugar, two teaspoonfuls of baking powder, a half tablespoonful ot short- ening and milk to stir to a dough that is too soft to roll. Put this over the apples, which Bhould be tender, but not broken, «cover the kettle closely and cook 25 minutes without lifting the cover. Serve with a hot sauce, made by heating to a cream a half cupful of butter and one cupful of sugar, stirring In just before using a scant cupful of boiling milk or water and seasoning to taste. BANANA PUDDING WITH 8AUCE. Dessert Delica...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 5 May 1908

lir I I - ' I Hf ' -rzZ I & VRO> mid Laborers nJ, Up-Operative TlJion of Amerien. Indorsed 1 y t be white union cl Texas. This column 1* for the Use of each Local Union, AH should be addressed to .1. E. A. Banker, See.-Treasurer, Linden, Texas. Following are the oflicrfs of the CaSS Co. Union of the N. !•'. & L. V„ C, tl. of Atheriea. CadH. Peters, Pres., Linden, Tex., R. 'h M. W. Richardson, Vice Pres., Ponglassvilie, Tex. B. J. Gardner, Sec. Treas.. Douglassville, Tex., R. 1. T. Sheppard, Chaplain, I.inden, Tex. tharley Allen, Door Keeper, Liticfen, Tex M. J. Johnson, Conductor, Douglassville Tex. C. P. Rowe, Lecturer, Douglassville Tex. Executive Committee. 1. W.Warren, Linden, Tex. A f.-Oliver, Atlanta Tex. .IX Dicfcerson, Dotiglassvflle, Tex. From Ballinger, La# Please allow space in your valuable paper to lot the public know how the Union Hill union is getting along. We met at this point on the 2i th. We had Home good union sermons by Rev's. .Jeff Willis, Isaac Will...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 12 May 1908

m iV-v «■% ; ■" i J • -. . ,ffi' " iKao'fv/.;." i""1" ■ ' ■ - '•' /<! <i ' . Imp 1 ■ ' ' i -.yf'ESri, ,-ry 1®M __ V \4>*M 88 F«:'v • E. A. B LUEK, Publisher. >• A. Paper Devoted to the best Interests of the People. EBk.3 FSfci'" $9 * VOL 33. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, MAY 12. 1908. Kttbtfcripf iom,, $lvOO Per Ah uhI — —— ;• WANTED 1,000 Organizers, to organize the col- dlVd people of the United States into The Negro Farmer and La- borers' Educational, 'Ob-Opera- tive Union of America. Charter- ed by the State of Texas, and Copy.Itighted by the United States, and '.rtrtorsed by the Exe- cutive Committee of the White Fannerj Pnlon of Texas; for further particulars address, J.E. A. Banker, Linden Texas. H.E.LIGON, M. 13. Offers his services to the people of Linden and stfWoundiug crMvutuy, Prompt atten- tion given to nil calls day or night, your practice solicited. Office with Dr. Davis. Cull at J. O. Goodman's Bar- ber Shop tor tir&o class work Everything clean and nice, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 12 May 1908

• / W: M i *■ . r \ I 11 . I ■ m ■V ON THE CENTURY LINE. ltlE CAS COUNTY SUN JOHN BANGER, Publisher. LINDEN, - TEXAS Some of the candidates who do the most promising are not by any means the most promising. Sir Frederick Bridge is going to Quebec, but he will scarcely till the gap left by the bridge that went down. * Mrs. Eveline Wright Allen, a grad- uate of Leland Stanford university, has been appointed dean of women for that institution. However, even $300,000 a year might not be despised by Prince Helie de Sagan, considering that he has not the price of a meal. Minister named Fyshe jumped from an ocean liner and was drowned. And now there are more good fyshe In the sea than ever before. Foreigners can never say we're Im- polite in one respect. When counts come fortune-hunting you never hear of American competition. The Eaton county farmer who blew off his head because he couldn't quit drinking evidently didn't have much faith in the prohibition wave. While no official word has b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 12 May 1908

Iff* .$1 ~ " ' wi'fftii •, av« - ; '<«• :, n-n ■?' S>'; , ' ,n i •- " *M- • I-, " ' ' M\\Z. c ' *' ' ■' 1 • WfBMSsmm& , ' 1 - w ; >./vqr .w W-' '■ W ■. THE WEEK'S EPITOME RkP' w A RESUME OF THE MOST IMPOR- TANT NEWS AT HOME AND ABROAD. NEWS FROM EVERYWHERE A Carefully Digested and Condensed Compilation of Current News Domestic and Foreign. Bishop Potter is confined to his room by a general physical break- down. J. J. Franklin, the leading hog rais- er of Oklahoma, is planting peanuts for fattening hogs. The board of engineers for rivers and harbors will go to Louisiana and Texas early In June. A bill appropriating $250,000 for cyclone sufferers of the South was passed without opposition Saturday, Judge Gray of Delaware has decid- ed that under no circumstance will he be a candidate for Democratic nomi- nation for Presidency. George W. Peck, the funny man, for two times governor of Wisconsin, and a leader among Wisconsoln Democrats arrived in Texas, for a visit, Saturday...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 12 May 1908

;*fc ). M? ,! ' m $p m p.p I mMai.'L'w . nan?"—- . OASS COUNTY SUN Joha Banger, ."Editor & Proprietor TUKCASS COUNTS SUN published every Turxdfcy, is enteri*! at thepoBtortl'io «s Sucomt Class msttvr. KATES or subscription I Single copy per year ' $1.00 " six months ' SO cents No papers sent out wUliout the cash in advanck; paper stopped when time is out, or we lose it. Obituary notices and cards of thanks wil) be inserted ut two-and-a-half cents yier line. Naples Mffritor Changes Hands C, A. Kesseler and son (J. W. Kesseler haye purchased th« Naples Monitor and are putting out a splendid paper. Mr. Kes- seler is one of the oldest news- paper men in this part of the country, having established the Cass County Sun in 1870, and Iia9 followed tha business, off and on, at different times and places ever since He is a deep thinker, a splendid writer, and a man who stands for the best and nobler things of life. C. W. Kesseler has also had plenty of ^^ei'iencft Anil is a con.l r.CTS- p...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 12 May 1908

$ m * * a 1 11 -i - t.x.ru-x.. AfWOUflC-glflEriTS. Terms- Candidates for District Offices . . $10.00 ■ " " CoUnty •' ; . fl.OO " ' " Beat " . . 2.00 Always Cash in Advance. Subject to tile action o( the democratic Primary. A-* indicates that the candi- date is subject to re-election. FOR DISTRICT JUDGE— S P. POtiNDERS. P. A TuRNBR:* For COrtGRESS 1st district— Morris Shkppard.* FOR REPRESENTATIVE-'- G; w. Pant, J; E. EllIngton, Henrv D. Nelson. For county attorney— E. Newt Spivby. * E. E. Drougher. For tax collector— Geo. W. CoopVt T. J. Wilson. L. C. Weaver. ^ For tax assessor— " * \v. w. mcclumg, J. L. Thaggard. W. C. William's, K. (Doode) Wvnn. FOR COUNTY CLERK— I. E. LaniBR. * Judge— V. D. Glass. * FOR DISTRICT 6LERK— Elmer Brown. * FOR TREASURER— G. W. Florence. * FOR SHERIFF— W. C. Blalock. * FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION— M: G. Bates. For constable, precincT i— J. M. Nelson. Frank Mitchell.* for justice of the peace, pct. 1— T. L. Nipper.* FOR COMMISSIONER b...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 12 May 1908

Bi J^MHiliiiiMHWMP«M i 1 - t-y'■'•"■■■■ ■ : '" ;/hV Bf??l r;V w3|R! 5 fSi; TWO GOOD EXCUSES I & a WHERE MEN HAD RIGHT TO QUIT POKER GAME. Player Now Is Wise to the Fact That Other Causes Beside "Cold Feet" May Make Gamblers Throw Up Their Cards. EXTREE! EXTREE! "Sometimes you're liable to Imagine that the fellow playing opposite you In a poker game has cold feet when he hasn't," said a man from Cheynne. "I sat in a four-handed game In a hotel roona in Denver one night a few years ago. 1 knew two of the players, but the other was a stranger to all three of us. "We'd been Introduced to him by somebody or other in the lobby of the holel, and when we said we were go- ing upstairs to play a little draw he asked to be allowed to sit in. He was a guileless sort of a young fellow and was, we understood, the manager or a big wholesale grocery firm in Denver. "We hadn't started the game till after midnight, and before we knew it the light of dawn began to dribble in at the windows. By tha...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 12 May 1908

I ' ■ ■ ' • «LM08T A MIRACLE. Raised Up When 8cience Said There Was No Hope. G. W, L. Nesbltt, Depot Street, Marlou, Ky., writes: "I whs a chronic invalid with kidnGy troubles, and often wished death might end my awful Buffer- ings. The secretions were thick with sedi- ment, my limbs swollen and my right side so nearly par- alyzed I could not raise my hand above my head. The doctor held out no hope of my re- covery, and I had given up, but at last started using Doan's Kidney Pills and made a rapid gain. After three months' use I was well and at work again." Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. Reflected Sentiment. "Whenever that man speaks, you know exactly what he thinks," re- marked the admiring auditor "I shouldn't say that," answered the cautious person. "But you know ex- actly what he thinks his constituents want him to think." It's Fine. C. M. Johnson, Louisville, Ky., writes: "I have used your Hunt's Cure and It is fine." We have many simila...

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