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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 12 May 1908

:' Wi " T. ""~ '-V K® Oamacratie Conve tion. The Democratic priinnry con- vention met at, Linden at 1 o'clock P. M. May 5th 1908, eulle-l to order by chairman C. C. Hines W. F. Cameron was elected permanentchairmau and E. W. King secretary of the convention. The chair appointed the fol- lowing as a committee on cre- dentials and basis of represen- tation: Beat 1 1 II Lanier, beat 2 W A Cailaway, beat 3 W L Swint, beat 4 J C Hutchison, heat 5 T S McDniiie, beat 6 W A Car- low, boat 7 8 L Lovelace, beat 8 A M Rhine, by motion of J C FantCCIlineg was added to said committee. The committee on credentials and basis of representation make the following report. They tind the following dele- gates entitled to set iu the con- vention. ' Lindeu. E II Siu llirKi W II Harris I 11 Lanier I N Marett C E Davis W C Taylor J S Mortis C C Hints Kildare. M G James. Lanier J. ,M Leinmotis J C Fant J.inie-i £ - Harris. Rear Creek— T C Glover Calloway— D W Spikes Anti— W E Hardin Douglassvillc: Jfc I>...

Publication Title: Cass County Sun, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 12 May 1908

3'V;. - - -V' ■ I-# 1 fi&g&ii - . ' ■ *■ . < vr. -ruST ' ' •' ;■ . VOL, 33, LINDEN, TEX.. May 19t.li, 1908 No. 20. To The People: On account of the cyclone which struck our little city on Wednesday, May 13, 1908, leaving death and destruction in its wake, we are unable to get out a paper this week. It is impossible to give a full description of the storm—indeed the scenes to be witnessed beggars description. Below we give the deaths, the injured and heaviest property loosers. ■Bil m Deaths: Mr. Sam Whitworth, Andrew J. Nelson and Mrs.'Tremper. Injured: Mr. Jim Tremper, son of the lady that was killed, not expected to Jive; Mrs. Kate Grubbs, considerably bruised but not seriously; I. H. Lanier, painfully injured but it is not thought to be serious; J. O. Goodman, struck in the side by a flower pot and hurt right badly. Several others received painful bruises and scratches. Damage to Property: C. H. Ne'son, three business houses and stock of general merchandise, loss $12,00...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 12 May 1908

. — We failed to get a full estimate of the damage to property on 1st page. Below we give some losses that were overlooked: B. F. Duncan's home damaged $500.00. E. E. Brougher's home dam- aged $300 00. C. E. Davis damaged $250. V. D. Glass damaged $300. Marett and Sheffield, $250. New Colony church was des- troyed and several homes in that country were destroyed or wrecked. Quite a number weie damaged to some extent but not enough to give special mention. it is thought the loss will go somewhere between $50,000.00 and $75,000.00. Remember. It'g not how you live, but how's your liver. If not in perfect order, make jt so by using Simmon's Liver Purifier, —tin boxes only. Its the surest, safest and most agreeable aid to that organ ever put up. J. O. Traylor and wire, of HughesSprings, are visiting rel- atives here this week. It Reached I lie Spot. Mr. E. Humphrey, who owns a large general store at Omega, O., and is pres- ident of the Adams County Telephone Co., as well as of the Home T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 26 May 1908

lift 3?' I * ■Nwf \ *1- E- A. ||%W ER, Publiabei'. ^ .A. T^aper X)ovoted to the best Interests of the Peopl< iliibvcriplioii, fi'ft AiHitimai VOL LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, MAY ,26 1908. NO awniii nailiiiiiii.I'unmwiJ'wowagaHmaw Wanted 1,000 yrganizers, to organize the col- ored people of the United States into The Negfo Fanner and La* borers' Educational, Co-Opera1- tive Union of America, Charter, ed by the State of Texas, and Copy-High ted by the United States, and Indorsed by the Exe-, cutive Committee of the White Farmerj Union of Texas; for further particulars address, J. 10. A. Bang 10ii, Linden Texas. B. 12. LIGON, M„ D. Offers his .services to the people of Linden and surrounding , country. Prompt atten- tion given to nil calls day or night, your practice solieitedi Office with Dr. Davis. I) I H RC T O R ^ Miinelics BAPTIST g. k. Williams, Pastor. Sunday Scltof)l at 10 o'clock a. m. each Sunday, L. C. Weaver, Sliperintendeht. Preaching every 2nd and 4tli Sunday by the Pastor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 26 May 1908

^ ' - .0 iw O'K-.'.Ife: • m. p r tCII, Publisher. )EN, TEXAS Detroit makes 6,000,000,000 pills & year, all guaranteed to cure. Wby die? The world Is not near so old as some of the people who go growling and grumbling over It. A New Jersey man, aged 81, had his wife, aged 65, arreBted for spank- ing him. Another mollycoddle! A California man fasted for 43 days and then ate clam broth. One might naturally think that he would have taken food. A Btraw hat was seen on the streets of Philadelphia the other day. Is it possible that they think there that it is still last summer? Two cats have been declared legal- ly dead in Philadelphia. And yet the supply of gossip in that city is proba- bly not appreciably diminished. Though you may be surprised to hear it, nowhere has it been decreed by city, state or nation that our wom- enfolk must wear those big, impossi- ble hats. The latest definition of love la "pro- toplasmic hunger." After marriage it is supplanted by a craving for a more sub...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 26 May 1908

If II FARMERS' EDUCATIONAL Ml CO-OPERATIVE UNION ^ OF AMERICA —J Oct busy and prove that. "In union there la strength." Put ourselven In shape where we can demand minimum Indeed and in truth. It is not too late yet to plant some of the - late growing flowers around your home. It is ever onward and upward, and anyone who gets in the way must be sent to the rear. Never vote against any sort of a school tax, but be sure that you get the money's worth when it is spedt. In these days of cheap reading mat- ter the farmer who is shy on reading is standing mightily in his own light. And up to now the day of cheap al- cohol fuel is not here, but it Is com- ing no less surely than It Is coming slowly. If no man could be a director until he put up a bond which is satisfactory to the depositors who are not stock- holders? About once a week on an average each state of the Union furnishes a victim to the coal oil can. Kindle your Eft fire with something else. Make It a rule to know who are your c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 26 May 1908

Editor npfP r. . J.'II'IJ. '.. ! >■#' ■ OASS COUNTY SUN John Baft $$2* [Proprietor 1HIKCA39 COUNTY Sl'N imJiUkJwU every Tuwwlavf oiiteretl at the Llmlon jiostulHce US SpCOll't Cll! 8 lUllttct. rates ok SUBSCRIPTION: Single copy per yeaf ' $1.00 - " six months ' 50 cents No papers sent out without the cash in advance; paper stopped when tinte is out, or we lose it. *ms Wi •; ' : "v V.S,'i; •4>W Obituary notices and cards of thanks tt-il) be inserted at two-and-a-half cents per line. LINDEN WILL BE BUILT AdAlN. - Although the business section of our little town was almost en- tirely swept away together with quite a number of residences and homes destroyed and the surrounding country is being flooded with heavy rains that seem to have no end, we feel confident, from the bang of the hammer, the whir of the saw, the liberal contributions that are coming in, the courageous steps that are being taken by our people and the faithfulness of the workers, that Linden will bo built up agai...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 26 May 1908

I ) Hill ■II 11 m - A N NOD Nc E jviE HTS. Terras. Candidates for District Ofliecs . . $10.0(1 " Comity " . . fl.00 " lie at " . . 2.60 Always Cash in Advance. Subject td tlie action of the Democratic Prhfuiry. A * indicates that the candi- date i,s subject td re-election. j?OR DISTRICT JUDGE— s p. poIjnders. P. A Turnkk.* i'OR CONGRESS isT DISTRICT— mokkis subprarn.* if or r r pr liSKNT ati v'c- G. W. I'1 A NT, J. K. Ml^JNGTOfJ, Hrnry D. Nelson. for county attorney— E. Nbwt Spivuy. * E. E. Brouohrr. l?or tax collector— Gbo. W. Coody. T. J. Wilson. L. C. Weaver. * - i?OR tax Assessor— W. W. McClung, j. l. Thagcard. ' W. C. Williams; K. (Doouii) Wynn; i?OR COUNTY CLERK— I. E. Lanier. * IfOR COUNTY JUDGE— V. D. Glass. * FOR DISTRICT CLERK— Elmer Brown. * l?OR TREASURER— G. W. Florence. * £OR SHERIFF— W. C. Blalock. * i'OR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION— M. G; H at res. |<OR CONSTABLE, PRECINCT 1— ! J. M. Nel-son. FkanK Mifcri^ll.* por JUSTICE o/itiii PEACE, Pct. 1— T. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 26 May 1908

— = Wifisar ;v vmKmtW^ ■'M' mm ; - -■ — A RESUME OF THE MOST IMPOR- TANT NEW8 AT HOME AND ABROAD. ■M'i i m NEWS FROM EVERYWHERE A Carefully Digested and Condensed Compilation of Current News Domestic and Foreign. The Texas Company has made a cut of three cents per barrel In the prlco -of crude oil. The State Medical Association is in session at Corpus Christi this week with a large attendance. News conies from Mexico that the rebellious Yaqui Indians of the State of Sonora have sued for peace. An order passed by the Commis- sioners' Court oil Thursday prohibits the painting or tacking of signs on the bridges of Tom Green County. For the first time in its history the Chicago police department has recent- ly engaged Chinese detectives to aid In preserving poace in Chinatown. Nineteen mills making duckintr, in- cluding four in Texas, have closed down for the summer. More than 25,- 000 operatives will be out for several months. Work of tearing down the old court house preparatory to bui...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 26 May 1908

m . The General Demand «HOCS AT «r.L PRICEC, TOR EVERY MEMBER OF THC FAMILY, MCN, BOYS, WOMEN, MISSES AND CHILDREN. Fatt Color EytltU L.i fd JSxcluuvely, If an Advertisement Convinces You, Stay Convinced When you read in this newspaper the advertisement of a manufacturer who hao paid for the space used to convince you that It is to your Interest to buy his goods, and you go to a dealer where Buch articles are usually handled for sale, do net let the dealer or any one of his clerks sell you some- thing else which he claims is "Just as good." If mi advertisement convinced you, it was because of the element of truth which Maintained. INSIST ON GETTING WHAT YOU ASK FOR. Forgiveness. 'The state!" sneered the convict- ed anarchist. "What do I care for the state?" "The state," replied the court, "is not inclined to repay your harshness in kind. It will care for you for a year."—Philadelphia Ledger. We Reiterate. That for more than fifteen years Hunt's Cure has been working on the afflicted...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 26 May 1908

fSSH gpf^ ; *} m p -.s'sM y:-S>' > ' ' fw $5W| ifc J H-1 *' ':, ."• - ?•■' >. ' ' £^.V' r ij'StyB'J yW" '''" : S:5f B^;3. %'f lEi* •"V; • '• 'M PplPgMiMEi^w^R ffiriwMr^mWs} V: sSfaiSI 7;i ,ta«w .ktti :us miom The Stfgitf Kiiniu'i' uml LrtborM'H K<'iipjitioD.'il, (* >• ()p<frntivo I'nion of Ainericti. Indoiwd by the Vfhite union of Texas. Tins (sqluinn is for the tine of melt Local I nion. Ail should be ndd rested to .1. K. A. Bainjjor, SiH'.-Treasul'cr, Linden, fIVxn,*i. Following are the officers of the Cass Co. Union of the N 1\ & I.. li. C. VT. of America. C. IT. Peters, Pie*., Linden,1 Tex., R,2. M. \V. R ieltardson, Vice I'res., 1'on^lassville, Tex. B. J. Oaifiner, Sec. Tresis.. IXaiglassville, Tex., R. 1. T. Sl ei>p:ii(t, Chaplain, T.indeh, Tt x. Charley Allen; Door Keeper, Linden, Tex M. J. Jolmson, Conductor, Donglassville TeS, C. P, Rowe, Lecturer, Donglassville Tex. Executive Conimiltee. t. W.Warren, Linden, Tex. A. O. Oliver, Atlanta Tex, ..n. Pic...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 2 June 1908

' . ' ' ■ - T ' , ■ ' ■ ' w&M - * i: * j ■ 1 ? \ Iv iSH I I ' M r- ■ '-W'k frJ J. E. A. BiftCiER, Publisher. > A. Paper Devoted to the best Interests of the 2?eople. Subscription, fl.ov Pfer Abbbib VOL 33. RNDEST, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JUNE 2, 1908. NO. 22. WANTED 1,000 directory Organizers, to organize the fcot- bhnl people of the United States into The Negro Farmer and La- borep' Educttt'iBttiil, Co-Opera- tive Union of America.. ChattBf- ed by the State of Texas, and bopy-Itighted by the United States, attd Indorsed by the Exe- cutive Committee of the White Farpierj Union of TeMs; for further part'ciilars addreBsj.J. E. A. UASdEit, Linden Texaa: , it. e. ligon, m. if. bffers his services tb the people . bf Linden and surrounding i bountry. Prompt atten- tion given to all califj day or night; practice solicited. bfflfc'e with I)r. Davis: — T M ^ Call at J. 0. Goodman's Bar- ii'fcf Shop for first class wprk Everything cleftfi iind h'ibb; up- * • \ p to^date hair cut, sharp razors ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 2 June 1908

«.iS mm* w IMf CA S COUNTY MJN JOHN BANGER, Publisher. vM&iK' v.fo' W.:; AN UNPARALLELED ELOO ___ ■ : • f.\. , .,.<y •;! LINDEN-, TEXAS II ■ I ' s •Th> Philippines have about miles of railroads. 200 Millions iu water power is not the name thing as millions in water in Wall street. Some of these beauty doctors should try to get a reputation by removing those spots from the sun. Europe is all furbished up for the American tourist, and the pockets of the hotelkeepers have been reinforced. Louisiana has a steel sawmill with a capacity of 600,000 feet a day, which is said to be the largest In this country. While the flounder is a salt-water fish specimens have been found In the Rhine as far up as Mayence, and even in the Necker. For many months an eastern girl kept her marriage to a nobleman secret. It's curious, though, how things will get out on one. A firm Is now losing money on a patent medicine that once made mil- lions. They should re-label It and sell it as -furniture po...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 2 June 1908

THE WEEK'S EPtuMt A RE3UME OF THE MOST IMPOR- ' TANT NEWS AT HOME AND ABROAD. i y t V . .. ■ ' ji', f ^'WliMI,'< l'' >;i' ;'-vi: _ NEWS FROM OYER TEXAS NEWS FROM EVERYWHERE A Carefully Digested and Condensed Compilation of Current News Domestic and Foreign. ' Cleburne has arranged to have a iFourth of July celebration on an enor- mous scale. i A car was dynamited, by Cleveland lanarchlsts Thursday night, and several 'people hurt, some probably fatally. 1 Henry Baer, a traveling man, was killed and several others Injured in 'a trolley car collision in San Francis- co Sunday. ; For striking his mother in anger, Leon Perez, a drug clerk in New Or- leans, shot and fatally wounded his father, William Perez. J. R. Gauldin, who lived on his farm just outside of the city limits of Honey Grove, was found dead of heart dis- ease in his field one day last week. Twenty peasants who recently took part in the Agrarian disorders in the Yeakaterinoslav district were hanged In Kherson, Russia ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 2 June 1908

S COUNT"? SUN John Banger, Editor <!fc Proprietor TUB CASH COUNTY SUN pnbliuheU entry Tui'Biiny, U fntfrtwl it t the Linden iiontoifteu uh Soooini tt'iinb matter. kati5s oh subscription: Single copy per yeiir ' $1.00 " six mantle * 60 cents No papers sent out without the cash mi advance; paper stopped wheu time is eut, or we lose it. Obituary notices anil cards of thanks will be inserted at two-and-a-half cents per line. The workmen are placing the foundation for C. H. Nelson's new store, at the corner on the North side of- the square. He aitnp to make it as substancial as possible. If it stands as long as the house stood that it replac- es but few of the adult genera- tion present will live to see rts end. This year is election year, so don't let your subscription run eut without renewing. An. X after your name on your paper will notify you when your time 53 out. | m Pi: f8$t ■ THANKS. T desiro to thauk my neigh- bars and friends for their kind- ness to wards me and niy fan&...

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

' '""" W>m ■ "f; '.;v ! 9 ANNOUNCEMENT^ o. i ermw- Candidates for District (TiTices " County " . . 6.00 " Beit " . . 2.60 Always Cusli in Advance. Subject to tile action of the Democratic Primary. 4 * indicates that the candi- date is subject to re-election. wftmr*r«i;,nr*r>ww•,..v , Mi'. Garfield Williams, has his Blacksmith shop rebuilt, that $10.00! which was destroyed by the cyclone. Neal Curtright, of (Jtlsseta, at- tended to business here yester- day. For district judge— s p. poundkrs. P. A Tujwjbr.* for congrlvss 1st district- Morris slirppard.* for representative— 0. W. Eant, J. E. Eixinoton, ^ IIbnry d. Nblson. FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY— * E. Newt Spivby. * I • 'i E. E. DftoutuiKit. POft TAX COEI.ECTOR— Gko. W. Coody. T. J. Wilson. l. C. WBaver. * for tax assessor— w. vv. Mccujno, J. I.. THAOGARD. W. C. WtLI.IAMS, K. ( DoodB) WynJi. For county clErk— 1. E. Lanier. * FOR COUNTY JUDGE— V. D. Glass. * FOR DISTRICT CLERIt— ' . -* Eumer BroWn. * FOR TREASURER— G.W. Florence. * f...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 2 June 1908

vt • (' CEYLON: THE DOOR- SILL OF INDIA The Funny Things One Sees Smiling Round the World More proof that Lydia E. Pfnk- Iiani's VefjetabloCoiHpound saves woman l'rom surgical operations. Mrs. S. A. Williams, of Gardiner, Maine, writes: " I was a great sufferer from femalo troubles, and Lvdia E. Pinkham's Vege- table Compound restored me to health, in three mouths, after my physician declared that an operation waa abso- lutely necessary." Mrs. Alvina Sperling of 154 Gey- bourne Ave., Chicago, III., writes: "I suffered from female troubles, a tumor and much inflammation. Two of the best doctors ia Chicago decided that an operation was necessary to save my life. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound entirely cured me without an operation." TACTS FOR SICK WOMEN. For thirty years Lydia E. Pink- ham's Vegetable Compound, made from roots and herbs, has been the standard remedy for female ills, and has positively cured thousands of •women who have been troubled with displacements, inflamma...

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

& i ' r ■ .WlJ. '■■ ■ * - M r'".i ■■■". • " i--i ■ ■.- ■.?:.■ ■ Sv " FIERCE DUELS ON AN ISLAND. ■ ( ' j Thirty Thousand Sheep and Goats Fight Dally on San Clemente. Mile aftor mile of sheep ready for shearing, not to mention uille after mile of goats for buitlng, was the ,Bight that greeted Superintendent Zlm- rner of the Bociety for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, when he visit- ed San Clemente, from which Island he returned recently, says the Los An- geles Times. Next month the sheep and the goats will be separated; not in the old Biblical way, but in mod- ern style and after an exciting round-up. San Clemente island Is 28 miles long, and to Mr. Zimmer it seemed as if he saw 28 miles of sheep. He was not there on business, but as the gueat of the owners of the island, Robert and Charles Howland and Mrs. Howland. ;Where he couldn't see sheep he spied goats. There are nearly 25,000 of the former and 4,000 of the latter. The goats are an unmitigated nui- sance, because they...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 2 June 1908

' IM' ■ > mSm. I > J - Rq. • iR ' §• §1 J*: 1- ■'.■■} iw |U ' ■ H' W*W fm mm JPjHB V',.v* ; ' ip? 1 c ill A Ml 11 n ■"Y*, ■** * V mHHI won- 1 UttVd ttiitfht my soul the d ruua m \v«*r Ot Jiksncfe Wheti life's fofvea itstge their wat'faro all around{ 'Mid the ttffutdil, the depression and the anguish Of tta#irtfu$gie, I have gttined j a peace profound. I have learned tU grope my way With trust unerring Whene'er the lights tttifead Of u « afe dim; And to look wit® lifted eyes to the horizon To discern the gldvy bej-brtd its darkehd rim. Selected; FEACHiMi CHILDREN TO BE TRUTHFUL A child is old eftttrtigh to be taught the meaning 6f the term, JIONOli, as soon as he is old enotigh to' tell a falsehood, Ahd unless he has been hiidly trained it will he easy to impress upon his mind the truth and honor. Set him see that his honor is in {lis own keepiifg rts much as his own personality. Mother Cannot give him honor nor can father take it away. Let him tfetf-frhat be tflcrfte fs refrpo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 9 June 1908

/ m ...< if : •«*1 >' ffim M J. H A.^iKCiKK, Publisher. )■ VOL 33. _A_ Paper iDevotecl to the best Interests of the JPeople. | *u Script ion, $1 « I'm A w im F NO. 23. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JUNE 9, 1908.; . ' 9 o fefr IV V' I WANTED 1,000 Orgaftizgrgj to organize the col- ored people of the. United Stated into The Negro Fanner and La-1 borers' Educational, ('o-Op^l'tl5 ( Hve Union of Ailieriea. Charter, t'd by the State of Texas, and Copy-Righted by the United States, and indorsed by the Exe- tiutive Committee pt the White Farmerj UniQli of Texas; foi,| further particulars address, J. E. A. Bang eh, Linden Texas. HJE. LIQOlSr, M. D. Offers his services to the people of Linden and surrounding country. Prompt atten- tion given to all calls day or night* yattf practice solicited; Office with I)f. Davis. Call at J. O. Goodman's Bar- " ' , i: _ • tier Shop for firsc class work -Everything clean and nice, up- jto-dale hair eut, sharp razors and clean shaves, all in apple pie order...

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