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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 11 August 1908

w&'xm ^iWxurd >.■■■■" >> ' '•■ JlilU, ■■!,, 1,11 CASS COUNTY STATE BANK CATTTAL STOGK $15,000.00 We solicit the patronage of the people of this Section and promise Fair Dealings. We especially desire the business of the Farmers, knowing that it is to THEIR INTEREST to borrow money rather than to go to the merchant and pay CREDIT prices. When you come to. Linden call on us. Respectfully, C II- ISTELSOISr, I 1ST- MARETT, President' Cashier- J. S. Lea, Jeweler, WATCHES, CLOCKS and JEWELEY REPAIR WORK A SPECIALTY Also a Nice Line of Fancy Groceries, Fruios, Tobacco and Cigars. x «x WINCHESTER Guns, Cartridges and Shotgun Shells are easily distinguished from other makes, which equal them neither in quality nor reputation, by the big W trade mark req. in u. a. pat.*o f. 18W-8 which appears on every package of Winchester goods. \The big red W is to guns and ammunition _ what the word "Sterling" is to silverware the world I over. Therefore, for your own protection always I -Loo...

Publication Title: Cass County Sun, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 18 August 1908

I 'px, y ijiiu. % - 1 U 'H 1^7 jf. E. A. B4N«ER, Publisher. } .A. Paper Devoted to the best Interests of the l?eople. Subscript Jon, $1.00 P«r VOL 33. linden, texas, tuesday, august 18, 1908. Wanted 1,000 Organizers, to organize the col- ored people of the United States into The Negro Farmer and La- borers' Educational* Cb-Opeia- tive Union of America. Charter ed b,y the State of Texas, and Copy-Righted by the United St ates, and '.ndorsed by the Exe- cutive Committee of the White Farmers Union of Texas; for farther particulars address, J. E. A. Banger, Linden Texas. RE- D. 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 Dr. Davis. Call at J. 0. Goodman's Car- ■t ber Shop for firsi class work "Everything clean and nice, up- to-date hair cut, sharp razors and clean shaves, all in apple pie ordief. O. E DAVIS, M. D„ ifclttSiCIAIt and OBSTETRICIAN MNbEN, TEXAS. Prompt attenti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 18 August 1908

rw THE CASS COUNTY SIN JOHN BANGER, Publisher. ill LINDEN, - - TEXAS Second thoughts are often beat, even in a case of love at first sight. How can you expect everything In a Bummer resort circular to be on the square? As a high flyer Count Zeppelin shows remarkable ability to keep a cool head. To he wholly up to date, New York's new 609-foot office building ought to have an airship platform on the cupola. ■#T life I 1 I I £> r/t l" The Mexican revolutionists have at least demonstrated their ability to make as much noise as their neighbors to the south. Commander Peary has begun his dash for the north pole, but interest In several dashes for the pennant pole will not diminish. One would think at flrst blush that 5,000 policemen could whip all the women in the British empire, bu* suf- fragettes are different. EIGHT PERSONS KILLED EXPL08I0N AT YORK, PA. CAUSES INJURY TO SCORE OF WORKMEN. PROPERTY LOSS VERY HEAVY Seven of the sons and daughters ol the Merstham (England) centenarian,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 18 August 1908

I I THE WEEK'S EPITOML 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. United States Senator Allison died Tuesday at his home in Dubuque, la., of kidney disease. The increase In freight -rates to points In Texas and Oklahoma will not be enjoined by the Interstate Com- merce Commission. Evidence in the recent disturbance along the Texas border will be gather- ed within a few tays by Secret Serv- ice agents who are now In San An- tonio. Plans are now on foot for the en- largement of the Southwestern insane asylum at San Antonio, in fact, the idea is to double the capacity of that institution. Monday was the anniversary of the battle of Wilson's Creek, or Oak Hill, as It was called by the Missourians. and the Federals, respectively, which took place on Aug. 10, 1861. Private Lusha of Batery C, First Field Artillery, U. 8. A., Fort S1U, Okla., was accidentally shot and kil...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 18 August 1908

> ; ;t V-.-IV* — MWBctWSIm 1M mm ItU lllllllWW'llMWIflWTi'iftTI r- i $ i ! I I !! I ft 9 ■J' H ■1 i s CASS COUNTY SUN Joixa Btmgot, 'Editor «& Proprietor TIIKCA.SS COUNTY SUN iml>lW«v«l every Tuesduy, Is iMiU'ttil t thr.Miul''ii puM« li"o mi Second < J RB nmUw. C^iUMiSSlONERS' COtRT PROCEEDINGS J R Allien, w«rk A L Hicks, bldg I. ; TO! Pe it irnuwiihicred that l-'egtt n <Vf i he C iftty Texas omnnssioni is' C<jU rt of Cass 10th day .1 \Y J W jearu plow jenm.. IS.00 .00 BOW'!". MAHIOH AKD Msi, Ti'i'Couflty tostilute WH fee field at oili^il (I VV'ilh I'MM") ] I:) r <1 , V- W UN VMJ T il We M ert Si nun oris >f ■ n V.\TSS OH SUBSCRIPTION Single copy V,e1' y,:ar " six months ' No p,a.p£rs sent out without $1.00 60 certs the cash to fcpiVANCKi-paper stopped when time is nut, or we lose it. 11' > :'< Aug., a. n. 1008 at th- Court Hon the town of Linden. Cass County lexas, V. D. Glass, Co. Judge, present and pre- siding; J. P. Fant, H. C. Abernathy, H. O. Gre...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 18 August 1908

w. ANNOUNCEMENTS * Cardic'atci 5 ermw- .•I IWvtTK't '«jfiHcets . ' C utility *ci <'. *" * U---i MMJi J Wanted—At oncp, 75 dozen i Will pfiy spot cash. I'oool Mri. L. B. Cole. - JH+MSHUvUM.- ' . . 6.00 I " . . 2.Q() ) i hanks io our Always Cash in Advance. ' 5^ '«'y Lmkle foi T1\i 1 ijeot to tlie action of thojf)ast vvee"k. Democratic party on Nov. 3. A tt indicates that the candi- date is subject to Ve-oiPctioV). i<OR DISTRICT j'UDGiv^- P. A Turner.* frOR CONGRESS 1st DISTRICT— MORRIS RHBPPARD.* iTOR REPRESENTATIVE*- G. W, Fa xx, ro?v COUN'TV StlPERJNTExXUfeiilr 'OF Pi)&I.IC itfSTpJ&CTlOK-^ M. (V. i^ATES. frOR COD NT Y JUDGE— " V.D.Gi.ass.* JfOR COlrNTV ATTORN it Y E. E. BROUOIIRR. • young friend favors shown Rev. W. H, Almond will start a series of meetingB at the Chris tiun church in the Cloniugcr c<lctnutiity, on P'riday t)ight! before the,fifth Sunday in this 1g „ i 1 m rjji.rvii n i \j i j st This school \Xr$ii baffin its fall te^ra —- I'f /;: M TAX' ASSESSOR--...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 18 August 1908

v ■ ■ , V : mm A FORMALLY NOTIFIED Democratic Lead- er Accepts Nom= ination. PLEASED WITH PLATFORM PROMISES IN THE FUTURE TO DEAL WITH ThE PLANKS IN DETAIL. Policies of the Republicans Come In for Bitter Criticism in the Speech of Acceptance—Declares Country Needs Change In Ruling Party- Publicity for Campaign Contribu- tions, He Says, Is Democratic Idea —Not a Foe to Wealth Honestly Acquired — If Elected, Promises Justice to All. Lincoln, Neb.—William Jennings Bryan was formally notified of his nomination by the Democratic party for the presidency of the United States. Henry D. Clayton of Alabama was the spokesman of the notification committee. Mr. Bryan's Bpeech of ac- ceptance follows: Mr. Clayton and Gentlemen of the No- tification Committee: I can not accept the nomination which you officially ten- der, without first acknowledging my deep Indebtedness to the Democratic party for the extraordinary honor which It has conferred upon me. Having twice before been a candidate for the...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 18 August 1908

II w ■ >&*| m ■H . 1 ' r®#'" >B. ' ' < ■ , l,V. NEWS FROM OYER TEXAS Reports say that In the primary PleC' tionn held over Kansas Tuesday, a re- markably light vote was ea3t. S. J. Foster, one of the county's pioneer citizens, died at Groesbeck Saturday In the 87th year of his age. Extensive preparations are now be- ing made for the ex-Confederate re- union at Goldthwaite August 10,11 and 12. The church and aenool house at Oakland, eight miles north of Bon- ham, was destroyed by fire Thursday night. - S. T. Epp, a haekman of Fort Worth, was held up and robbed by two un- known men on the rOad between that city and North Fort Worth at an early hour Friday morning. First Lieutenant Charles M. Gordan Sixth infantry, Is detailed as profes- sor of military science and tactics at the Carlisle Military Academy, Arllng- totn, Texas, September 1. The annual mayor's convention of State of Texas was called to order at Mineral Wells Tuesday with a large list of mayors and aldermen f...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 18 August 1908

WSSW- ' " ■"■ 'VV,'.- :rfin lIMfetf MM'a Mm y c-a "eras COUNTY STATE BANK APITAL STOCK $15,000.00 We solicit the patrone^e of the people of this Section and promise Fair Dealings. We especially desire t he business of ttie Farmers, knowing that it is to THE IK INTEREST to borrow money rather than to go to the merchant and pay CREDIT prices* When 3-011 come to Lindert call on ns> Respectfully, C II NISLSOjST, I N MARETT, IPresiclen t> Cas h i er- •I. N. l^ea, Jeweler, WATC2 n-:S, CT.OOKS and J KW Iij] ,llY REPAIR WQEK A SPECIALTY. Also a Nice Line of Fancy Groceries, Fruits, Tobacco and Cigars. iff Guns, Cartridges and Shotgun Shells arc easily distinguished frorti other makes, which equal them neitherin qualitynor reputation, by the big > TRADE MARK I1EG. IN U. . PAT. OFF. . which appears on every package of Winchester goods. The big red W is to guns and ammunition what the word "Sterling" is to silverware the world over. Therefore, for your own protection always '•Look for...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 25 August 1908

.# >'> HH J K A. l*ubli*Jier. J> MlSfS A. "Pap* i' Devoted to the best Interests of the People. .VabwTi|rti<m, $« ! • IVr AftiNnia VOL 33. i i i. i Ji.ii J J LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, AUGUST 25. 1808. NO m. WANTED 1,000 i Organizers, tp,organize 1 lie col- ored people,of-the United States into ,Ti e Negro Farmer and I>a- borers' Edueational, Co-Opo ra- ti ve Union of America. Charter, ed by the State of Texas, and i Copy-Righted by the United Ht.ai.es, and 'adorned by the Exe-1 eutive Committee of the White I Farmeri Union of Texas; for further particulars address, J. E. A. Bangf:it, Linden Tejta^. R. TC. UGON, M. r>. Offers his services to the people of Eiwk'Ii and surrounding country. .Prompt atten- t ion given to all calls , day.pr .night, your practice solutfted. • Office with Dr. Davis. urn. i ! ■■ i. n D I II K G T O II V ClimcluM BAPTIST G. K. Williams, Pastor. Sunday School at 10 o'cloc.k a.m. each Sunday, I,. C. Weaver, Superintendent. | Preaching every 2nd ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 25 August 1908

~ "t J \ r«v if ; | L . THE CASS COUNTY SDN JOHN BANGER, Publisher. LINDEN, - - - - TEXAS Does the shah take his country fet a Persian carpet to be dyed blood redl There Is a streak of yellow In the crooked butter dealer as well as in his product. Over 23,000 tons of rabbit meat were received In London from Australia last year. A butter churn holding only one quart of cream is now made for do- mestic use. The newest forge does away with the usual bellows, being fitted with a compressed air tank. Without underrating the prowess of daring and athletic women, their sex will always break more heartB than records. COTTON CROP SPOTTED COMPARED WITH LAST YEAR, SAME TIME, TEXAS CONDI- TION IS 119.5; Oklahoma 98.3. IMPROVEMENT IN NEW STATE Over in New York they are talking about having a hotel for chorus girls exclusively. How would yott like to be the clerk? There Is no more pathetic sight than the arms of the well-meaning girl who was trying to get tanned and succeeded only in getting sunb...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 25 August 1908

THE WEEK'S EPITOME A RESUME OF THE MOST IMPOR- TANT NEWS AT HOME AND ABROAD. NEWS FROM EVERYWHERE fife . j , I ft A Carefully Digested and Condensed Compilation of Current News Domestic and Foreign. W. H. WalBh, formerly of Dallas, was drowned Sunday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock in Palo Duro Park at Canyon City. * # William Bruger, aged 30 years, a tinner, who lived at Dallas, was drown- ed in a creek near Terrell Friday af- ternoon while in bathing. It is announced by railroad officials at Fort Worth that a new line will be 1n operation from Kansas City to that place by September 15. There has been considerable excite- ment created In Temple lately by the circulation <of the rumor that a ghost has appeared in the northern part of that city. W. T. Cassldy of Chicago early Mon- day morning shot and probably fatally wounded his wife, Mary Cassldy, at their home, then committed suicide with the same weapon. The Farmers' Union of Howard County is going to build a warehouse at Big Spring...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 25 August 1908

CASS COUNTY SUN v.; 1 •' ,'_ . ■■ .'.'■: &H! £./ Hi ■ < B mi John Bangor, JEditQr «fc Proprietor XU.KCA.rVi COUNTY SUN tmbllftbed e*>Ty Taendof, ia f>ntn*eti at the I.UkU'U [hjhUiiB'-b rnt Second.CLa n>u*t«r. rates of subscription: Single copy pet -year. ' $ 1 00 " six mont hs ' 50 cents IHp papers sent out without the cash in advance; paper stopped when time is out, or we lose it. j -j.au yy Qbituary notkrs and of thanks nil) | e inserted at t wo-awl-a-balf cents get Jtifce. We have "had several good rains sinco our last issue, which will be very beneficial to June corn, peas and sweet potatoes. .j-l-l—- -.u- .jgl.. The New York cotton ex- change proposes- to re-organize its sy\ste.m of robbing. Their wolf fangs have been too luaui- iest, and now tbey propose to put on the aheepsiin. jj —* When people really rant, a thing they gQ to work and get it—there ia a gieat. deal of truth in the old1 saying, "Where there h a will there a way." When men and woyaen really hare...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 25 August 1908

M *, •' asp«v rjr f • I 4 I l' ANNOUNCEMENTS. I Termi* Candidates for District OfftSefe ,.. (10.00 " *' County " , , fi.OO ." " fleat " 2.60 Always Cash iti AdvnliCfe. Subject to the action of the Democratic pal'ty ob Nov.' 3. A * indicates that the candi- date is subject to re-fclectiun. t'OR DtSTRICT JUDGE— l1. A TliftNtiR.* ■fPi' f OR COtfGRtSSS 1st DISfRlCT— MoKKtS rfttni'PARt).* l'OR RUPRESIvSTATIVIJ"- <J. w.i^Nt, • l'OR COUNTY superintendent 01- PUBLIC .INSTRUCTION^ M. O. jAtBs. l'OR COUNTY JUDGE-^ V. Di Glass. * ' l'OR COUNTY ATTORNEY— E. ti. SsiouGriER. tfOR TAX AsSBfWOR— K. (DOOdtf) \VYnn. l'OR TAX COLLECTOR— L. C. WBAVBR. * j l'OR COUNTY ClERk-^ i I. ft. LAtfliitt* * i l'OR DISTRICT CLERK-^ " EliMliR Brown. * l'OR TREASURER-— Oi W. Fmjrbncb. * •l'Ott ^HERlPl'-r W. C. Bualock. * l'OR JUSTICE df THB PEACE. Pet. 1— HB'I'jtAZIOR- l'OR Constable, precinct i- ;Fkank Mitcheu..* •l'OR Commissioner beats i and 8- jdilrt P.- Eant.* L 0 CiAjTlNTEL L Tgejvce Boys Caps at 13. H. She...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 25 August 1908

& "t* ? m u, i wy • * ■ . ■Wu ®£ji i r i IL IG ICE CREAM )CE88 NOT DIFFICULT PROPER CARE. WITH Having Correct Proportions of Ice and Salt la a Necessity—Freezing Pot and Dasher Must Be Kept Clean. The Housekeeper repeats good ad- vice In regard to making ice cream. It Is not at all difficult to make good ice cream if one Is just a little careful to have the Ice and salt in correct pro- portions and properly pounded. Time Is not saved by using the ice in too large pieces, as when it is coarsely crushed it takes the cream much longer to freeze. Uoth the ice and salt should be finely crushed and each layer packed down very firmly. One part of ice to three of salt is the usual allowance, and it is better to measure both to insure proper proportions. Hock salt is the best, although or- dinary barrel salt does very well and is more easily obtained in small places. The freezing pot and dasher should ,be thoroughly cleansed and sterilized 'each time aftea- it has been used, and again st...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 25 August 1908

CONTRARY, INDEED. m I 1 1 Iff NEWS FROM OYERTEXAS It is estimated thai about C000 peo- ple attended the old settlers' picnic and reunion at McKinney Thursday, the second day of the occasion. Mayor E. N. Klrby drove the nrst spike In the Abilene street railway Friday morning. Tracklaying has com- menced and will be pushed until th* line is completed. At a meeting oir the city council of Drownwood held Thursday night a franchise was granted the Ingram com- pany to furnish the city with natural or manufactured gas. A 50,000 barrel oil tank belonging to the Guffey company was struck by lightning about 8:30 Monday night. The tank was about half full of crude oil, some of which was saved. Two hundred yards east of White Rock Creek on the edge of the right of way of the TexaB and Pacific rail- way near Dallas a wLlte man was found dead Thursday about noon. About eight thousand acres of the Collyns ranch, near San Angelo, have been sold by the Concho-Land Com- pany to parties who will estab...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 25 August 1908

¥ " we* SME 4L STOCK $15,0.00.0 soliotti the .patronage of the people of this Section and online Fair Dealing. We especially desire the business of the Fanners, knowing that it is to THFill INTFHFST to borrow money rather than to go to the merchant and pay QKFD1T prices. When .you come to Linden call on us. Respect fully, C II NELSON, I :N- marett, IVewicion t Cashier- Lea,Je weler, WATCHES, CLOCKS and JEWELRY EEPAIR WO EX A SPECIALTY- Also a Nice bine of Fancy Groceries, Fruits, Tobacco and Cigars. '•< i ■■ -0 - ! ■ ■IIIO#-.-1.!. p. 'i ... mww w«~ "LET .US ALONE." j fflWtlS OF A MLE OF MHO*. The catch phrase "Let us -"Dallas. News alone," is becoming very popu lur with a certain class of people Fort-Wort li, TV*., Aug. 17.— £Tl* farmer produces a bale of in this country. One newspaperLcatton \vhich lie-sells for $o0. curries this j>hrase at the head According to (lovernmenr esti- Guns, Cartridges and Shotgun Shells i| are easily distinguished from other makes, which equal the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 1 September 1908

'' ' A. It PnhHslicr. A. Paper Devoted to the best Xiiterewts of tho IPeople. *ubi cri|>Hoii, fl WWw Ar«* its : ; ___ . <j ' VOL 33. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1. 1908. NO 85. — niii mi r-ii Mi m mm— M H iK-? ?aj4MMK ■ 1 iSi^i I y "h it >y f t'9 on « 00 nd j mSll ho me ■it® ib!t be I Co. nd- tUe A4& WANTED 1,000 Orgntttefifraj to organize the cob ttml people or thf tlnited States inth The Negro Fafmer and La- bdlera' Eihlcdtlotlftl, Co-Opera- tive Union df Am&rfcn. Charter ed by thtt State tJf Texas, and Oopy-tliffhtPil by the United States, and Indorsed by the Exe- cutive Committee of the White Farmerj Union of Texas; for further particulars address, J. E. M Ranger, Linden TeSas. R. E. LIG OiST, M. D. Offers his services to the people of Linden and surrounding country. Prompt at.ten- tion given to all cull.s - day or night, your practice solicited. Office with Dr. Davis* DIRECTORY LEE'S MOTHER BURIED PRE- MATURELY. 'rho one hundred and first an- niversary of...

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

I _ I , I ,v. I For Her Father's Sake te ■a By Aiban E. Ragg ffi (.Copyright, by Shortatory Pub. Co.) Tick! Tick! Tick! Tick! reiterated the clock with monotonous persisten- cy, reminding those present that the time for retiring was long since past, but the old farmer and his daughter •stayed on, regardless of the fleeting liours. Neither had spoken for fully 30 minutes. The man, reclining In a high-backed chair, was comforting him- self with a black clay pipe, and the woman sat gazing listlessly into the Are. an open letter in her hand. I " 'Tis ten years to-night since moth- er died," she remarked, sadly. A sud- den strong gust of wind shook the door of the outhouse, making it creak |mournfully as it swayed to and fro on Its rusty hinges. The old man stirred uneasily in his chair, and glanced ner- vously behind jtalm. . "Yes, it's ten years to-night," he re- plied, with an effort to appear at ease. Both again lapsed into silence. Pres- ently the old man glanced across at his daugh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 1 September 1908

KwSSSi mmmm • t; JWW>. mm ■mm HOW TO REMOVE 8TAIN8. Obstinate Caies Can Be Remedied by Following Instructions. All stains should be removed be- fore the articles are washed, and the sooner the Btaln is treated the more readily It will yield to the treatment. Pour boiling water through fruit Btalns, when obstinate soak with a solution of oxalic aeld. Wash pe- troleum ointment stains In alcohol, paint In turpentine or alcohol, varnish In alcohol, grass and other green Btalfis in alcohol, kerosene or molas- ses. For blood stains use whrte of an egg in cold water or spread on raw flour paste and spread in the sun. In the case of milk, cream sugar or sirup BtainB, soak in cold soft water. For wheel urease or machine oil stains Bhould be rubbed with lard and al- lowed to stand a few moments, then they should be washed with soap and cold water. Tea, coffee or cocoa Btains should be removed with boil- ing water, and if obstinate use the so- lution of oxalic acid. OEUFS A LA NEIGE. I If" ...

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