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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 23 June 1908

\\j 5 * BE? tfiSSSJ- «•« ftM^W'SV" 'i''V ■• jy ■ ■■ : p : - ' - ,:' ; ' '•:'" " •■■' SB-' • V: <*; j : ? ,d& • ;■; •. ■■.< vs; • ffevfe,.; ■ 'Wfe? ■MM U- THE WEEK'S EPITOME 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. The death rate for Dallas is 9 per 1000, said to be the lowest rate of any city in this country, except one. The Greenville Military Company has received new United States mag- azine rifles of the 1903 model and bayonets of the 1905 model. Texas opticians met in annual ses- sion in Dallas last week; the next an- nual meeting will take place at Dal- las. The State Dental Association held Its annual session in Dallas last week. The 1909 (meeting will be held in Waco, V#,i Benny Issinger, a Polish Jew from Philadelphia, slipped and fell under a .'••flight car in Dallas last Friday night and was so badly hurt that one foot was amputated by the do...

Publication Title: Cass County Sun, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 23 June 1908

' la ■■ ' ffljaWi': . ' ONE WOMAN'S ENDURANCE. Southern Woman Suffers Torturo Without Complaint. Racked and torn with terrific pains, nightly annoy«d by kidney irregula,.*- ttles, Mrs. A. i . Payne, of 801 Third ave, So., Columbus, MIbs., suffered for years. She says: "The pains In my back, sides and loins were so terrible that I often Bmothered a scream. Every move meant agony. My rest was broken by a troublesome weakness and the se- cretions seemed to burn like acid. I was in an awful condition and doctors did not seem to help me. Doan's Kid- ney Pills benefitted me from the first and soon made me a strong and healthy woman." For sale by all dealers. 50 cents a box. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. FAMILIAR PHRASE. &;! 4 I % yoox Cr "He paused for a moment's reflec- tion." 8tands Head; There is something about Hunt's Lightning Oil that no other liniment possesses. Others may be good, but It is surely the best. It does all you recommend It for, and more. For sprains, cuts, br...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 23 June 1908

■ V* Banker ing Movement. before t hf* Texai V' * • ecv" M+awxxwir** lau'ttaw' u«. - e~ •••anization their playhouse | This caused a rush to the cities ".iild stand, but if they did not from the country, whir':of course The {allowing paper \v.is prepared by J. Yeary, president of the National I'.intier'iville, Tex is, U> be r -<1 kotts Association at Ft. Worth, tjut Mr. bly absent when hi on the pro.;r Jine: built up the cities. Those wages will support the retail business of the cities and make business while working' at it would be torn down. All this time, tht farmer could see the crop getting shorter and shor- ter. He" knew the American de-1 prosperous, mand would be cut, but lie reali-1 less than paying wages is reduc- i.< oi-nn wn,£ correspondingly j ing the size of tils' small towns would be and ruining the business. 'this at!condition naturally lessens the the ero short and needed. H >e cut as corn the crop ■ ulso realized OF JEFFERSON, TEXAS,- (SfceifssoKs TO J....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 30 June 1908

H - ' , h<- iMs ••• £ j ■ m HiKlrS; ■£$ ' fe'fc; 3 13 Mi p mpiRi 4. , . >m> ' . fflg y la< ■• , ,. .., !><•..• — *• ■•' . .VS ,.■•■„ ► ■ ■•■.'••■ ■■■■'••• ■■.. .'■ - . $*•*-•• *•• •-• •••■> J- E. A. H-i!\<*l'iK, Publisher. > A. iPaper Devoted to tlie best Interests of the !People. lubncripH«B, '9l4UV VOL 33. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JUNE 30, 1908. wanted 1,000 dii Organizers, to organize the col- ored people of 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-Itighted 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. Baku pit, Linden Texas. E C T O R Y CiunTiu's REPLY TO JUDGE TURNER tamMJsmmmammmmmmm Judge Turner, in his reply to my circular letter issued some time ago, says I do not state all his record and that I misrepresent what I do state. I did not give his recor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 30 June 1908

I HE;'-1 Sr 4 m I Til IE CASS COUNTY StN JOHN BANGER, Publisher. LINDEN, - TEXAS The Afghan's idea cf the simple life la taking to the hills and potting sol- diers In khaki. The number of families In France Is estimated at 11,315,000, of which 1,804,- 720 have no children. The skin of muskrats Is largely made use of in the manufacture of the cheaper grades of fur coats. German children convicted of seri- ous offenses numbered In 1905, 48,003, In 1906, 51,232, and in 1907, 55,216. MOB HANGS NEGROES HEMPHILL. IS THE SCENE OF THE TRAGEDIES. PRISONERS TAKEN FROM JAIL Manchuria already receives 1,000 ca- ble messages a day from Japan. The doubling of the cables Is probable. Ink for rubber stamps is made of aniline dye mixed with glycerin. The dyes can be obtained at druggists' shops. And now somebody declares that Mr. John D. Rockefeller Is a socialist He isn't thinking, however, of divid- ing up. A man in Indiana led a double life on a salary of $16 a week, and yet some people tell U3 t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 30 June 1908

f i epBi Wp? THE WEEK'S EPITOME 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. H. Clay Pierce has filed a motion for a rehearing In the U. S. Supreme Court In his habeas corpus case. They are urging David B. Francis for vice president on the Democratic ticket. According to advices from Red River Parish, La., flood conditions In that section are critical. A terrific storm struck Chicago Sat- urday, and great damage was done to small sailing vessels on the lake. Friday waa the hottest day of the season for Chicago. Seven persons prostrated and two deaths is the record. Mrs. Bessie E. Meyer and her 6-year- old boy, Julius, were drowned near Sharp, while Mrs. Meyer was washing in a branch. Two movef have been made by New York race track people to test the legality of arrests for making verbal wagers on horse races. i The big rail mills of the United States Steel Corporatio...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 30 June 1908

mM'jUwi&i, HJNTY Jobja Banger, Krlitor <& Propriotor TIIKC \SS COUNTY SUN iniblihhltj pvt-ry •i m s l y, i . iitcmJ t Ihc Linden iuwtoffl'sa niA soc<>M(l < lflwft matter. RATES Or SUBSCRU'TIC SI.00 50 cent Sin Jo copy per year " six months ' papers sent put without, the cush tu vtjvancu; paper stopped when time is (mt, or we lose it. Obituary notices and curds of thanks wiU he inserted at two-and-a-half cents tx.'r line. BEEF TRUST SWINDLE. The tost c f living is constantly increasing and is felt nowhere in the I'nited States more than in I he South. That the trusts ha vr lnueh to do with making the cost I of living greater can not be de- nied, and one of the most oppres- sive trusts is the beef trust.] which makes us all pay dearly for what we eat. In the eastern cities the price I of sirloin steak has been ad vanced by the packers to H6 cents a pount and as a result we are TOLLOWED BY HIS FRIENDS. Mill Creek Dots. Cabt. Jose,.I, Wiggins, Who.. It tho fcmtlwr n....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 30 June 1908

'W Ww I i I ■ I I i iu^r ryrvir fllMNOUHCE|VIEHTS. | Mnrelt & Slreffleld have n lot Terms- i °f Fruit Jura. All sizes. Candidates for District Offices . . $10.00 ,v " County " . . 5.00] " W Brat . . 2.50 ** ><ima*+. AIwu'vh ('ash in Advance. Subject to the action of the )>etrt Oc rat Ic P ri m a ry. A* indicates that the candi- date is subject to re-elect iori. FOR DISTRICT JliDOR — S P. POUNDERS. P. A Turner.* FOR CONGRESS 1st DISTRICT— MoRflis SrtftppAttD.* 1*6r RfiPliltSK^fATiVE-^ G. W. Pant, J. E. Ei.UNr.TOM, Hbnry D. Nblson: for COUNTY ATTORNEY— E. NRWT Spivby. * E. E. Brouoher. FOR TAX COUJB€*ft>R— Geo. \V. 6oody. if. j. wii-son. t. C. Weaver. * i?OR TAX ASSESSOR— • \v. \v. MoCwHd; J. i„ Tbaooard. feS w. C. Williams, k. (doodb) wffn. FOR covnty clerk— ;, I. E. Lanier: * i?OR county judge— L. Nipper. V. D. Glass. * For district clerk— Elmer Buown. * FOR TREASURER— G. W. FlorI&cb. * i?OR SHERIFF— W. C. Bualock. * {tor county superintendent t)F public instruct...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 30 June 1908

i niip;,^ „ at mam IPT^yMBB ;4'"'' S " mmmmmmmmmmmmmrmmm K| I BLICAN NATIONAL TICKET For President. For Vice-President. r, JAKEJ qX SfiZftsiAN W/JLLIAM rt. TAF-J wm&z i 1 ja TAFT AS PRESIDENT; SHERMAN FOR MATE, IS REPUBLICAN SLATE IfSSv I as Convention at Chicago Selects Na= tional Ticket and Adjourns«==Wild Enthusiasm on Nomination of Ohioan==Demonstration for Theodore Roosevelt K: Chicago. — Taft and Sherman. This is the ticket of the Repub- lican party flung to the breeze Fri- day as the Republican national con- vention concluded with the nomination of James S. Sherman of New York for vice-president amid a final roar of tumultuous demonstration. Scene of Wild Enthusiasm. The picture within the walls of the vast amphitheater as the presidential candidate was named Thursday was one truly gradiose in its magnitude. In front, to the right and left, below and above, the billowing sea of hu- manity, restless after hours of wait- ing and stirred from one emotion to another, was in a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 30 June 1908

1 * I' $ ■ ■ * il#Wi ■ I^Hh H WmSBMi ■ f I' FRUIT SALADS NOW DAY OF DELICIOUS COMBINATION IS HERE. Strawberry Makes Excellent Combina- tion with Nearly Every Other Fruit on the List—Apple with Celery and Mayonnaise. The strawberry brings to the mind of dainty cooks the delicious fruit salads that they have loved long since and lost awhile in favor of vegetable and meat concoctions. The English da^« not combine the fruit and vegetable salads as the French chefs do, and the best Ameri- can cooks are tending to keep the fruit salad as dainty dish by itself, which can almost take the place of ices or sweets on the spring and sum- mer lunch table. Strawberries are delicious in fruit salad, and strange as it seems to meet this familiar fruit on the table with- out the usual accompaniment of cream and sugar, it is very popular in the new form and is combined with nearly every other fruit In the list. A grapefruit Is especially good with" strawberries. The core and fiber of the grapefruit I...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 30 June 1908

'' ' wzm m f, ; •A 2 2%' &£9 mbk iM ONE TO THE NEW STORE! THE lOST-Oi STORE At the Kaplan Brothers old Stand will be the home of Bargains—will give its first Fifteen Days SALE Commencing SATURDAY, JUNEj 27TH This will be a Sale where your Dimes will do the work of Dollars This LUill be a Chance that no Economical Purchaser can pass up ' We have just received a new and Up-to-Date line of Merchandise, consisting of Dry Goods in the latest styles and patterns; all the latist and up-to-date Fancy Goods and Notions, also a high grade line of ladies' gent's and children's Foot Wear, and the finest of ladies' and gent's Furnishings, at prices never so Low. Come and be convinced. Will now mention a few of the many RECORD BREAKING PRICES ON THE HIGHEST GRADE OF MERCHANDISE. w DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT , A lot of fine Calicoes, Lawns and Dimities, regular 10 and 12 l-2c values, for this sale - - - - 4 l-2c A lot of fine Linen Suiting, percales, white duck and white and fanc^r lawns, regular 12...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 7 July 1908

■til Iwl-: v fe'" I J , ;. r 'V MMSff'T ' $HB OV" • ■ V • 7 '• ' ■ '• ■ Ik'• A- 3?apor Devoted to tlie bost Interests of the l3eople. J K. A. B iMCiFJt, B'liMishcr. )■ VOL 33. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JULY 7, 1908. ENTCtf.'^'i wumn WANTED 1,000 Oi-^ani/(ts, to organize the col- ored people of 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 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. B a no rcii, Linden Texas. Ii. E.LIGOISr, M. Di Offers his services to the people of Linden and surrounding country. Prompt atten- tion given to all calls day or night, your practice solicited. Oflice with I)r. 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 m apple pie order. G. E DAVIS, M. D., fliYRie...

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

k fME CASS COUNTY SUN JOHN BANGER, Publisher. LINDEN, TEXAS England consumes 30 ounces of to- bacco per annum a head. The mikado ha8 a corps of 60 doo tors and 80 priests. Where Is the man so wise that he hath solved the mystery of hooks and eyes? If all women were actresses or cloak models the dlrectolre gown would have a chance. Let nobody say the cottonwood Is a useless tree. It has been tapped and found to contain natural gas. Eternal fining furnishes the only •way to live in the same town with a certain class of automobile scorchers. Half an ounce of pure gold was found in the body of a turkey killed on a farm on the Tarwine river, Vic- toria. fcii | Maybe woman is now wearing a common-sense shoe and thu3 has giv en rise to the idea that her feet are larger. FOUR DEAD; MANY LOST INHABITANTS CARRIED AWAY IN HOUSES WHILE ASLEEP. GREAT DAMAGE TO RAILWAYS Straightest of all the rivers in the worTd is the Lena of northern Siberia. It runs for nearly 800 miles with hard- ly a curve. ...

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

tv - \yr : ■ r ;u d W : . V'^ GROVER CLEVELAND IS AT REST EPITOMIZED LIFE OF GROVER CLEVELAND. The following Is a summary of the life of Grover Cleveland: Born in Caldwell, Essex County, N. J., March 18, 1837. Received an acedemlc education at Fayettevllle and Clinton, the latter in Oneida (' Father died In 1853 and he went to New York and was bookkeeper and teacher in Institute for blind. Moved to Buffalo In 1855. Became clerk in a law office and was admitted to the bar in 1859. Assistant District Attorney of Erie County 18G3-18C6. Sheriff Erie county 1870-1874. Elected mayor of Buffalo in 1881. Elected governor of New York the following year. Elected President United States In 1884. Broke all records in vetoing 115 out of 987 bills. Married Frances Folsom in the White House June 2, 1886. During his term Washington, Mon- tana, North Dakota and South Dakota were admitted to statehood. Was nominee for same office in 1888, but was defeated by Benjamin Harrison. Again elected president...

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

'«£4M9 , I I U4 ■ ——— —- r-J ipna| CAS8 COUNTY SUN JoTaix Bastg$K, Editor St Proprietor A... — THVC'AHS CO UN TV HUN publlibed every Tnctitliiy, is filtered #t the I.lDilea postofflco as SeuiiKl.Class mutter. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION: Bingle copy per year ' $1.00 " six months ' 60 cents No pap?rs sent out without the cash In advance; fiapet stopped when time is but, or we lose it. REPUBLICAN CALL M10E INC. TIki members of the Ilcpubli- | <■ can Executive Committee of Cusp j county are hereby called to meet. J tit. Linden Saturday, July J 1th 1908 at 10 o'clock a. m. You will please take due notice and govern y ourself according. Obituary notices and cards of thanks ^rill be inserted at t\Vo-and-a:half cents jser line. Reports of the general im- provement in the corn crops since the heavy rains cCasecl, come from every part of the country. That is good. Don't try to whip a boy big- ger than yourself—use moral suasion. It certuinly would worry a cook to go to heaven and find a place s...

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

mi r ;/■' t vi' 'I ' \ ' 'S' "i' j I !EW " V® ! fpmhi••' n£? ANNOUNCEMENTS. havo u iot| Terms- Candidates for District Oflici County Beat $10.00 6.00 2.50 Always Cash in Advance. Subject to the action of tho Democratic Primary. A * indicates that the candi- date is subject to re-election. FOR DISTRICT JUDGE S P. POUNDERS. Ra P. A Turner.* FOR CONGRESS 1ST DISTRICT— Morris Sheppard.* FOR REPRESENTATIVE— ■ ; G. VV. Fant, J. E. Ellington, Henry D. Nelson. FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY— E. Newt Spivey. * E. E. Brougher. FOR TAX COLLECTOR— Gso. W. Coody. T. J. Wilson. L. C. Wkaver. * FOR TAX ASSESSOR- NY. \V. McClung, J. L. Thaggard. W. C. Williams, K. (DoodE) Wynn. s FOR COUNTY CLERK— 1.1?. Lanier. * FOR COUNTY JUDGE— • T. L. Nipper. V. D. Glass. * FOR DISTRICT CLERK— Elmer Brown. * FOR TREASURER— G. W. Florence. * FOR SHERIFF— W. C. Blalock. * , FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION— J. B. Henderson Jr, M. G. Bates. FOR CONSTABLE, PRECINCT 1- J. M. Nelson. Frank Mitchell.* FOR JUSTICE ...

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

. Jli: Bis i VJ Nothing In Vatn. The poet died without knowing what he had been created for. "To itarve!" waa the one best guess. Of course he was in error. Could he have looked forward only a hun- dred years or so, and beheld the cheap ■kates who would then be making a fat living writing about him, he must have understood better. Almost noth- ing is created in vain. m FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN -jisppfip^ HH J | I Ifciiw l: | t LYDIA E. PINKHAM No other medicine has been so successful in relieving the suffering of women or received so many gen- uine testimonials as has Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. In every community you will find women who have been restored to health by Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg- etable Compound. Almost every one you meet has either been bene- fited by it, or has friends who have. In the Pinkham Laboratory at Lynn,Mass., any womananydaymay see the flies containing over one mil- lion one hundred thousand letters from women seeking health, and here are the letters ...

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

* > • ■■ Vy • v news from OYER TEXAS Charlton Peck, a young man of Den- Json went sudden'y insane and killed a 11. gro wotnan Tuesday. A considerable amount of oil and gas have been encountered at the well which is being drilled at Rising Star. Work is progressing rapidly on the Agricultural building and on the steel grand stand at the Dallas fair ground. It is understood that the Katy shops over the entire system will be opened Monday. The Denison shops have been closed since May 16. The cases of Jim Jones and Burrell Oates from Dallas have been trans- ferred by the court of c^minal appeals to Tyler for the next term. Alvin W. Owsley, oldest son of Hon. Alvin C. Owsley, Denton, Thursday received the highest honors of his class at the Virginia Military Institute. It has been discovered that C. B. Meadows, who is charged with the murder of his wife at Houston, a few days ago, holds an insurance policy on her life, payable to himself. There is a movement on foat to re- name Sag Har...

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

mtate T-OO-CUMl'LICATKft, Moiurn lioiirfdioM improve- ment.s ore appreciated b(y tin- fil! HIS REASONS. i don't cart'what you're 1 binl;- .Mac. They're lovt 1 y, refmrd Hiiiia'.eil, but to Hie iJuenli^hten 1 |nopl ed thev HorrjOtmies prove diwour- a^eiujy. Mrs. (Jordan was show- ing li Mgree a wve in, the new maid, who had il to work fur lour dollars ?t, i he conveniences of her K'oj)ie. •Who said L was lliinki again hi tig?" The voices hud coin If up-to-date kitchen. "It's a very easy pln-cp," ex- p'ained the lady, "beeiurselhave s. inany ooatvivanceff for mak- ing the work light-. Now here's a new patent bread-mixer; when you're rend'y to use it I'll show you how to put. it togctner. And this is a splendid meat- grinder—it saves hours of labor with the chopping-knife. Here is HOLD ON 10 VOUii LOTI ON. The time is not far oil when the world will need all thecotton and cotton goods that the world has produced. According to the j In-st; aut hority the supply will be to the hall fur t...

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

!' ' a J IB. A. B4N€iEtt, Publisher.}' .A. IPaper Devoted to tlie best Interests ot* the 3r*eople. KubMcripfi«n, $1.0© rer A««B*Hrtl VOL 33. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JULY 14, 1908. NO. 28. WANTED 1,000 Organizers, to organize the col- ored people of the United States into The Negro Farmer and La- borers' Educational, Co-Opera- tive Union of America. Charter- ed by the State of Texas, atid Copy-Righted by the United States, and Indorsed by the Exe- cutive Committee of the White Farmerj Union of Texas; for further particulars address, J. E. A. Banger, Linden Texas. H.E.LtGCXNYM. D. Offers his. services to tike people of Linden and surrounding country. Prompt atten- tion given to all calls day or night, your practice solicited. Office with Dr. Davis. DIRECTORY (hu rclic* BAPTIST G. K. Williams, Pasto*; " Sunday School at 10 o'clock a. M. each Sunday, I,, d. Weaver, Superintendent. Preaching every 2nd and 4th Sunday by the Pastor at 11 a. m. and at night. Prayer meeting eve-y Wednesday n...

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