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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 26 March 1907

¥ •>;? m ^Xi9Sa OOQ00009000000000a LUMBAGO AND SCIATICA TRA01 tVJUk ST. JACOBS OIL Penetrates to the Spot I #ji Right on the dot. Price 25c and 30c SICK HEADACHE Positively cured by these liittle Pills. Tlier also relleyo Dis- tress from Dyspepsia, In- digestion and Too Hearty Eating. A perfect rem- edy tor Dlw.lnes3, Nausea. Prowslness, Bad Taste la the Mouth, Coated Tongue, Pain In the Side, torpid liver. They regulate the Bowels. purely Vegetable. SMALL PILL. SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE. Genuine Must Bear Fac-Simila Signature REFUSE SUBSTITUTE!. CLEARED HIMSELF OF BLAME. 'Explanation of Politician That Sur«-3 ly Was Convincing. A recent incident in Australia Is re- lated as showing how watchful a poli- tician must be in this censorious age. Among other accounts of a deadhead nature on the books of the WefetrallA railway was one setting fortlji thai Miss Peacock had been frankefl over the lines to the value of $.15, anjS inj stantiy there was wide demands ^bout it. People wanted to...

Publication Title: Cass County Sun, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 26 March 1907

HI wf'v ir'rs.,' 19 * ' ^ a* ■'■TO.; W h v erration by i\ 3t* i( i i 1 some State ni County <>tu e.Nuf J : (lie enough to make "wl uneasv about doctor dbt^'W mk.ro bes tiufras tea? ( Whiit .If-'-onuj doesn't (iboat iijs;.*nity ban" worth knovvi^g. TIIPSO IlA^rininn are scauqrtlov Jay Gould'a-g. bis roputatloi Mrs. Kddy \ that she has i t' case that can't absent treatlr " The moon o imputation fori it has been d 1st arna canal otticij Kenneth am names fancied I and yet the cr Toms doesn't st An Enid, Ok sheriff or 111 tjclS-! ony eoiislablo ofCusn Co., greeting,—- j You are hereby commanded that you j summons .Starling Warren, bymakii know1 publication of lliis citation ouue i at'li week for fiur sucuesslvo weeks y seems : provitJUH toJbo return day hereof, In sowe mfffspaper published In your j county, tf appear before meat a rffjf«j- revelations I ]ar term If the Justice Court, for pre- cinct nVT 1, in said County of Cas.*, to lie hoi# at my office In the town ofLin- pfobnbly...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 2 April 1907

, „. „ • | if. E A. B4K«ER< Publisher. )■ A. Paper Devoted to the best Interests of the 3?eoplel Nutocrifilioai, «I.M Pw Aimtiw VOL 82 LINDEN. TEXAS, TUESDAY, APRIL 2. 190?. NO. 14. WANTED--, Organizer*^ to organize the col- ored people of the United States Into The Negro Funner and La- borers' Educational, Co-Opera tive Union of America. Charter- fed by the State of Texas, and Copy-Righted by the United States, and Indorsed by the Exe- cutive Committee of the White Farmer J Union of Texas; for further particulars address, J. E. A. Banger, Linden Texas. , , j - ri i 11 ■! ii — 'HI i i ~nim w T. STOVAfiiliPlf. II., PHYSICIAN ami OBSTETRICIAN that is, why they have nothing. When a crowd of young people get to popping corn together how hard it is to keep from pop- ping the question, Never promise what you can't perform, and when a promise is o^ce.made keep it at. all hazards. Promnt attention given to nil. calls j H wiH be a most valuable asset. Vlny or night; priaes to «Uit the tun...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 2 April 1907

n / N "V I I '■V / I f I The Cass bounty Sun. JOHN BANGER, Publisher. --- - TEXAS UNPEN, EVENTS OF EVERYWHERE Friday night a large millinery store In the business section of San Anto- nio was burglarized and about $2500 worth of goods were removed. A violent hurricane which caused serious damage has swept over Italy. Several vessels are reported to havo been wrecked. The contract for waterworks, elec- tric lights and sewerage for Snyder, Oklahoma, has been awarded to W. W. Cook of Junction City, Kansas, for (28,599. The Chinese boycott against Amer- icans has been effectively suppressed, according to mail advices received re- cently from the American Consul Gen- eral at Canton, China. The Chicago Limited, from New York to Chicago, on the Pennsylvania Railroad, while going about thirty- Ave miles an hour, was wrecked early Friday morning at Stewart, Pa. On account of recent adverse leg- islation by the Tennessee lawmakers, the great Memphis spring races have been declared off, and al...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 2 April 1907

1 i • • r- : Fishing tackle at Glass Front. Farmers busy -planting eorn. 'Full line of new spring goods sat 0. H. Nelsons. Miss Saddle Myexs visited re- latives in our town Saturday. Thanks to Prof. Staudford of Bear Creek for favors showu ua. Fresh lemmona and oranges at E. H Sheffield. Jess Howard, of Shiloh was a '.Linden visitor Friday. Go to If. J. Story's for your •seed Irish Potatoes. Mr. Bough.-nan, of near Atlan- ta, was in the city Friday. .Ribbon cane molasseaat O. JI. jNelsone. Dr. Ellington, of Almira, was •in our city lust Wednesday. Bora—to Arthur Kelly and vwife a girl last week. C. H. Nelson has just received a car of flour and meal. - iMilt iufgot io call on 1. N. when you need anything in 4ho Lioo-of ,general merchan- dise. L V 13 Carter and wife of Al- mira fias in the city Saturday tradii^. ~ — Wanted—Log teams and lum- ber trains at our mill 2£ miles south of Linden. Good haul; good pay. If -you want a job oouie at once. Iiespt. Fant Lumber Co. Mm. James ;E. Ki...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 2 April 1907

m m WmJm I . ■ y*p "' w: ■*: P' ' f ;*•.,. '■ " ■ ' - / ( ■ I Hi!?5 1 / I | SrajZra J I .,-<V K' "■ I N ; r The Cass County Sun. JOHN BADGER. Publisher. LINDEN". TEXAS EVENTS 01 VEHYWHERE A bill to api" riate $10,000 for .work against the ■, >n bug was intro- duced in the Lo\ House Monday, signed by seventy * members. Owing to an cpidctnlc of smallpox in a portion of Kautoian county, tha Health Officer of the county has issued a notice urging everV citizen to bo vaccinated. ^ells Oondass. aged' 30 years, was rujh over by a fretgtit'traln near Trent Mpnday, and was catried to Abilene for treatment, but diet a few hours af- yer he arrived. J Warren Bros.' livfery stable at Blooming Grove was istroyed by fire Tuesday evening, lost $3,000, insur- ance $1,500. The origp of the fire is unknown. }' The green bugs tliit did so much damage to grain in T*xas are ravag- ing the wheat and oa|8 around Ard more, I. T. Oat land 1? being planted in corn. The new electric si First Methodist Ch...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 2 April 1907

s«i jol- )i- Jn;l (he its ife, of Mo- May. Id her ry Da- lty, vis- [cduca- l turned It. and [visited loll, in [Sutur- roppoct [h her |er. family i Whit- tuunitv • All Tho..,sNcm_ From Doiiglasmllc.^ Farmers are bussy planting corn and fertilizing cotton land, to push their cotton in ordor to g-et ahead of the weevil. There is a "deal" of sickness here; pneumonia and grippe gen- Ener SvvintlWBx^as been quite sick with pneumonia, is able to up again. Mrs Lula McCall entertained a few friends with a turkey dinner Sunday. Miss Iney Webster opened a private school with eighteen pu- pils at this place Monday. Miss Iney is a most estimable young- lady, and we wish her success Mrs. T. J.- Wilson, who lias charge Of the music class, has a large and interesting class. Mr. Sexton and family, of Ga., have come here and will make this place their home in future. Air. Sexton is a good farmer and a line citizen and we wel- come him in our midst. Mr. E. O. Bryan and wife clos- ed their school here ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 2 April 1907

m Dunham, Texan, \V«rd Mediftina Co. Big ' T Pear ferer with tilled to my vere ihat I abundance; physicians, incurable, ney Pills, and and feel a great es I wo j earn agt kidnej tvoublc; bed, tUe trouble Passet! blood ir was l.r> i all of IIPPL I bej.nu takiuT' in i short tin oven- You eriti do vonr hour with PUTKAM Ask your drujigist. ycing in FADELESS half an DYES. urine stopped, nn- kidnej > without pain. After takii boxes I was able o be up; and continued takng them feel no symptoms \f my tro1 I can do hard wsvurI labor, ly answer any imjiii , fof I pathize with any .n(L -ill. -W ing with this terrible disease 1 wgc i tuf- bccariiel con- Seuaiu<\ so i>e- my u i ine in by f-ur pruininent e me up as XVard'si Kid- t I e<nfld see I.; t.hi bloody acte«i freely { th" two ■ * MO) •• until ' could uble. To-day I VH glad- gre; i- iym- 10 aiasulTer- and le ■ to n I per- tnem feetly tafe in recommending Ward's Wonderful Kidnej- Till W. M. Mavis. S.—Rend ns your druggie's n &...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 2 April 1907

<25 1 LOCAL INTELLIGENCE Screen doors at E II Sheffield Best. Salmons at t). FI Nelson 0. H. Nelson and wife are Visiting at Glenn. Mole traps at E. H. Sheffield's. If you want a good pair of shoes go to the Glass Front. ~0 J. J. Kirkland and wife were iliopping i)i town Saturday. . A big stock of 25ct hats at 0. H. Nelson's. k , Uncle Dick Meyers was in town yesterday. .K'~ : ♦ Several communication #as * crowded out this week. Nnvy beans, butter beans and potatoes at G. H. Nelson's. Monthly School Report. The hi&b at grade for the .j*onth just closed is 99.9 per ct, nlftde by Myra Sheffield. The paeond highest is 99.3 made by Kuby Maretfc. both these little iris are exceptionally bright ight children, and we regret at they have had to stop their rk. The grades for, the month as follow*] ■ Roll of Honor, a Morris, Ruby Lanier, Itul yi a Enola Leonard, Jeter Morris, Distinguished List, ra Sheffield uliy Marett COUNTY FIIsrAJSrCIA.L STATKMIHISf Annual report of Receipts and ex...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 2 April 1907

I EYENTS OF EVERYWHERE'} A tire at Newberry, S. C., destroyed property valued at $500,000. Mr. Bryan has accepted an invita- tion to be Senator Culberson's guest some time during .June. The Chinese authorities have au- thorized an automobile run, organized by Le Matin, from Pekln to Paris. Th« run will begin June 10. Within the next sixty days parties from the North will install a handle factory at Arthur City, In conection v ith the sawmill. The general rains Thursday covered all Texas and extended into the Ter- ritories, putting a splendid season Into Ihe ground. Hillsboro has let the contract for an $18,000 school house tp be used for high School purposes. The work is to commence about May|l. 1 A cow belonging to Ed l?hilllps of Roseland, Collin County, lias given birth to three calves and aljl of them are living. The Baltimore and Ohio| Railroad has been a heavy loser in thle vicinity of Cincinnati.. Q.., 1m>m c'av suiting from the recent flood ins, re- ol build- Tlie Gatesvi...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 2 April 1907

T •mM Mif0ts4V 4 ' JkMUXJ finvS OA.SS COUNTY SUN Jolia Danger, Kditor tVi Proprietor w ViMMasmMamxr* M m^uMtnturf .awr TELEGRAPHY thk Ga® a test School of telegraphy in the World—anj) Win*. , ,; !\ CH!SrvsCN1„,b..H.i.rt«ve„ The only ono enjoying thdpriv- riim tar.In -taVroil at tti<; I.lntlen poiill ®Cg0 of il Ul.'lill lint1 traill wil'0 Ol «:[.•« ns clitsn oialter. , , , one of our best railway sye.tems; jS w~ ?S$n I UTES8r 2JS CatPTlON: Singh 0jp7. o*9 year, SfcSh inadvance ft. " " Bis ftioftlls, • ' 60c. If aat jpxid ia aitsttoo lOcts per month- OiiitirHfy and eards of thanka will lie hiHcrtfcd'jit l wu-und-a-halfcents P"r ItUr, Both houses of I be Texas Leg- ulature passed a j'ofnt resolution i o' adjourn withofit ft day on Saturday^ April the 12th. It will lie a loiijcc-—session if it iibld* until "SaUir, Aprilthel!2." Perhaps, however, they will quit ott the 12th. whether it is Saturday or nor. A special ses- sion iSfimeeted. —— ^ - A Sacuilkoioi s Prayer. * fe ty ~ ' " '• ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 2 April 1907

w. w &YM mm Far triers' Co-Operalive Union — Of A merica ============== Let us make beautiful the homes by making just conditions. Let us make permanent the tem- porary success we have won. Let us build warehouses. Don't forget that the hen is busy every day in the week, and she ought to have something handy to eat and plenty of fresh, clean water to drink. Look out for the cheap whisky drum- mer and shun him as you would a viper, He is not a viper; a viper at- tends to his own business, and lets you alone so long as yoy let him alone; not so the whisky drummer and the rum seller. Cut 'em out; they are not your friends. —•• All this hue and cry about reducing passenger fares on the railways is oi- ly so much buncombe. The men who pay the freight are the ones who keep up the railroads, and they are the con- sumers. Politicians are at the back of the agitation. If they want to do something, let them propose an honest freight reduction, and then they will be close to the public int...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 2 April 1907

iV • ■ ■ B f- U I. I I it if El \ - .1 7' ^ . jv _ I i ' . . !!,>' >J>j I! :;-r vnsli the mcrchljint was bothered by a sii(ji«.ssitm f>? calls from trav- (' 1 ii• A" Niili'siiicM iiitl il hiH pniienco fiiive on I . " Yon uj>- man"' said h ? sternly to tlielutest unliciiw ol orders, "dfe you .sec that clock on t ho wall?" ""'<■11, ii; jusl, fen niiniilcs l>v that clock ] am jgjSirig to shoot ev-j ery'dnimnier I (iiid in this store." ( "In ten ininntes|" questioned' thO drummer. I "That's what I said," replied the merchant. • 4 ' ;'■ * , ''Then I have just time to sell you a bill of floods. Hesold 'em. The Price of Ileal Hi. "The price of health in malarious district* i* just 2a cent*; tin cu*a of a bo:, of I)r. King's New Life Pills," >vritf-B Klhi Hlayton, of Nolaiut, Ark. New LUjc Pills cleanse gently and im- part new life ami vigor, to tho system* 25c. Satisfaction guaranteed at i he Cub bin Drugstare, Hi t he wasn'^ tired. Superintendent John Fliun, of the...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 2 April 1907

II :/ #3hK. ■fmm( ii£ > * ••• •t. . r" .•••• . -• • m n OPEN THE WINDOWS FRESH AIR ESSENTIAL TO PRE- VENT CONSUMPTION. MAN OP DELICATE NERVES. Dangerous to Neglect Even an Ordin- ary Cough or Cold—Simple Rem- edy 18 Effective. "Good food, fresh air and rost; keep your windows open winter and ram- mer." So we are told by the grer t scient- ists who are certainly doing wonlers In reducing the death rate from Tuber- culosis. They also warn us not to neg- lect a cold or cough, and it is most; im- portant that this advice be followed. While the cough or cold may not bring consumption, it is better to be on the safe side and take no chances. Here is a simple remedy that will break up a cold in twenty-four hours, and cure any cough that is curable: Glycerine, two ounces; Virgin Oil of Pine (Pure), one-half ounce; good Whisky, a half pint Shake well and use in teaspoonful doses every four hours. The ingredientB can be secured from any good prescription druggist at email cost, but must be...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 9 April 1907

j. e. A. BINHKB, Publisher. } A. Papc-r Devoted to tlie best Interests of the "People. 'f>> Mub«crip4«< n, #1.00 Per /limn _ ... . —— — :— i ■-— —!u*j . — 9 VOL 32. LINDEN. TEXAS, TUESDAY, APRIL 9. 1907. NO 15. WANTED 1,000 Organizers, to organise the col- ored people of the United States iuto The Negro Former and La: I borers' Educational, Co-Opera- SoME OlSHKliVATlONN By J. VV, E. It is not a disgrace to be poorJ| but it is to worry and grumble over it. Get up and go at it. live Union of America, Charter*1 VVhat a difference it would ed by the Stat*- of Texas, and make, both here and hereafter, if Copy-Righted by the United people wore as anxious to be pure States, and '.ndorsed by-the Exe- ami good as they are to be rich, cutive Committee of the White lie who is always butting into Fannerj'Union of Texas; for other people's business is most further particulars address, J. E. sure to have no business of his A. Banoeu, Linden Texas. worth at tending to. \V. T. STOVAMJM. i&...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 9 April 1907

Wi ; T'.v ' W'b "t; : •■;'■' f . 'f:' "" >,.: ■1^'' ft ffl ^ .. Vf ' .f • •?. 1 •' ■ ... '- *• - Wr • ■ ■ ;■ IS m \ The Cass County Sun. JOHN BANGER, Publisher* LINDEN. .... TEXAS - ALL OVER TEXIS A large number of children In one of Waco's public schools have been attacked with sore eyes, and many have quit school. A number of negroes gathered in the Red Klver bottom north of Denison Thursday night to pray and watch the world come to an end. Governor Campbell has accepted the invitation of the committee of citlzenb of San Antonio, representing the Oar- ■nival Association, to viisit that city on April 20 and deliver an address. T. M. Avery, a switchman in the em- ploy of the Fort Worth and Denver City Railway at Childress, was run over and killed by a switch engine Friday. At Pluto, eight miles north of Mil- ford, the farmers have organized a company and will erect a modern gin- ning plant, to be ready for this year's crop. The gin will uost *0,000. Wortham is to have electric li...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 9 April 1907

<o AN EASTER SONG I Poor Paint is Expensive If one Is rich enough to repaint his buildings every year for the pleasure of having a change of color scheme, the quality of the paint used may cut little figure. But if it is desirable to cut the painting billl down to the least amount possible per year, it is of the utmost importance that the paint be made of Pure White Lead and the best of Linseed Oil. There are imita- tions in the form of alleged White Lead, and there are substitutes in the form of ready-prepared paints. We guarantee our White Lead to be absolutely pure, and the Dutch Boy on the side of every keg is your safe- guard. Look for him. SEND FOR BOOK "A Talk on Point,") glvOH vuluublo «- — Hint Ion on thai subject, Sent J upon requoat. | NATIONAL LEAD COMPANY in whichever of the follow* ing cities it nearest you: New York, Boston, Buffalo, Glove/and, Cincinnati, Chicago, Ht. Louis, rhilurial- phia (John T. Lewis A Bros, Co .) Pittsburgh (National Lead A Oil Oo.i New Dang...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 9 April 1907

. •Swi ' #'• ../' W> m C&93 COUNTY SUtf J aha Ba&#©£* f Kditor & lJrbprietor 4'mariTiiir T t 13 0438 COUNTY SUN pubUnbetl every l.tnd'^u ler. I I W JV wv w - - w i n«*)l iy,t «nt ro«l o< llw I.I 0'iBi® ® otinnd clawts iualtcr &Xvk& Happening* Spring is hero again, to stay this time, from all appearance*. B Ml oh Dots. The farthers have had two weeks of fine weather to prepare Flowers are in lull blotfm and the | the ground and plant their HATES OP SUBSCRIPTION: 9l.5|l« Csp7. 010 y#ar, cash inadvanee $5. " " six months, ' ' 60c. If not piid in aitaaca lOits per month. Ohituarv notloe&and cards of ilianUef will t>o inserted at two-and-a-halfoenta p\:r line. If you want the Sun and 16 other papers and magazines for £1.80, for a full year send us in the money; feud the ad in this i -sue. Now is the time if you want reading matter. 1? papers for $1.80 for a whole year; think *f it, and tell your neighbor about it. Cut the Membership. || In speaking of the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 9 April 1907

you need anything )e of general merchun- HShe Nv—■ft-"'*-: . , own is full of tho inensles. V iaS *-"-1 Mole trnps atE. II. Sheffield's. Prof Lincoln went to Textir- tana Saturday. Shoes of all kinds and stylos at the Glass Front. MTTand Mrs. A. H. Wiley weie in town last Tuesday. Mfat Guiun's infant babe died last week. The Sun extends it* syndathy to the sorrowing pa-enla. J>r. Stoval and family visited 8. ■>. Johnson's family, of Bogers Mill, last, week. Mrs. Johnson accompanied them home. Shoes! Shoos! Just arrived at j Notice—-There will be an elco- Ihe Glass trout. ^ tion held at every voting box in W. W. Martin-, of New Colony, Cuss Co. next Saturday to "elect Was in the lllib Saturday.* sphbol trustees for tho ooirting t.- phool yeaf. Ribbon cane syrup at b. 1 . -J Sheffield's. • J°hniiie Duncan, qteon- —.—v.. M t~r -j|!, J sumption, at his home near Mil- Em mett George, of Lour, w asI Thursday last, jmd his re- i>n our streets Thursday. Jffl mains were laid to rest...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 9 April 1907

' " V *' v Jl' m$gv ■ ALL OVER TEXAS t: A man was arrested iu Dallas the other day who was carrying seven pis- tols. In his grip. Progressive citizens of ClarUsvillo have purchased a road grader aud will commence an educational cam- paign along the line of good road im- provement. Sunday night about 9 o'clock Frank Smith was shot and instantly killed at Mart. His slayer made his escape, and has not yet been caugh^. Doth parties were negroes. Dr. R. C. Connor of Madison, a re- cent, medical graduate, has been ap- pointed to serve on the United States Medioel staff in the Panama Canal Zone. K, iFtff HggSflv mM r I \ Jm I I ■ The First National Bank of McGreg- or awarded the contract Monday for a $15,000 addition to its building. It will be of marble and buff brick and will be the finest bank in. Texas for a city of 4,000 inhabitants. Bryan Mnger, the 10-y«ar-old son of Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Kager, Rosen Heights, Fort Worth, was drowned Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock while swimming with se...

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