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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 9 April 1907

■ i ■ *. t> ^ 1 jl ih a bird that looks lik'.' a gas pipe stuck iu a pillow (t i stepludder without any 'Put ostrich u tho only hit* I ili.it rioen •' ■ " Uri'LK 11 liNuv ON THIC OsTHrcii. flT17"T7'T\T AW A V 'i' « ostrich i« a Hi ret tluu looks UA V A W A * ABSOLUEtY— OF ANY OTTARGK FREE A FINE GOLD KING, To Every Dab) Under Oil Old, White, BJnolc, J< -d Or Yellow. J not King or fly or X • I*) ri*iHt in ii tree. 'A* lion it i* PUiMtied it sticks its head in th«. . S",-aU8® U ha*H ")' and ; \ye have on sale at "Rock Bot- ' ravv- ' Wiie.i it is caught jtour' prices an elegant line of i kick* like ani'ile, only hard er,! high quality, gold filled, rolled o'td readily eaeupes. Uncle Bill gold, gold shell and solid gold knows it man who was kicked by «'• "itrioh once after he had run jewelry in latest styles and pat- terns. Call and see our jewelry The Priic ol Health- 'The price of health in malarinns <k'<trii:t i« just 25 cents; th"? oops of a tvn > of Ur. King's New Li...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 9 April 1907

«>%' 'H-•!'' • V''' ' "• Ki . V*' \ try:\ M * >• r ► l V: ■I;:1 1 • 1 ■ Ht- '- v ! • Rn \ i H ifv'Wu s 1 I L&tft :1 I ' m£S$S ,1 - .. . ,r..^ . ar,„v,, , -f!-1- tP I' ' ,1 ' ' ' * v: \ ESi&C Ran for ( oo<l Health! 1'uke liarfield Tea now; it regulateR the liver unci kui- overcome* eonatipation, purifie* the blood and eradicates disease. It ib made wholly of Herb*. Best Violin String*. The best strings for violins are of Italian make and are from the intes- tines of spring lambs, killed In Sep- tember. The process of drying and bleaching of the woods and strings by the hot Italian sun, rather than by the artificial method used in other countries, accounts in a great meas- ure for the superior quality of both materials. This intense heat was also jf the reason for the slow distillation Don't Delay. of the oils used by the Italian mak- Save a possible serious spell of ers, which always remained at a high Fever later on by cleansing your sys- temperature, and the varnis...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 16 April 1907

I . II ni w m 1 I \ r ' ■■ 1 • " : rrr- '■* -« .* ~. f- i. .5 E- A. RinfdER, p«feii VOL 32. '■# . .A. I laper Dov6ted to the best Interests of the People. *itbwip«ion, «l.# Per Aani.^ I—I * ' '■ — ■ 1 ' ^ ij i in ■ , le. . TEXAS, TUESDAY, APRIL 16. 1907. •SHSSW" . .■■■ MMMHi Some OBSEKVA^Ne. By J W. E. Onk IIundkkd Acres Sank. 'I Wit h a roar that could be heard EST - THE YOUNG. i nter of your neighbor, keep silent. .miles lrom the mouth oi nw^irls ure held in check, dwarfing 8) and If you a-re unable to do great Grande RondeRiver Idaho,,ank Uieir^udgment and making United things then do small things. ; 150 feet bdow its former leve fche; helpless in matters about ie Exe- A,.nnmn<r fe,m,vl iWth9t.™n. Ia?. ttime.ag°' ? "ae," "I' wllictl they slu.uld huve the WANTED 1,000 2pwptoll iSw sttttt wythins be well begun; for mlb. 100 acK i« pasture Do not te.r to RiV. ll. ycKijf into The Netrro Farmer and la then keep rn eye on the ending., land on the ranches of Richard people some respo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 16 April 1907

wbk* The Cass County Sun. JOHN BANGER, Publish#* LINDEN, TEXAS ' 1 ■ ALL OVER TEXAS mix I 11.:- m. M£W< i Samuel Young, aged 22 years, died from injuries received by a sawlog falling across his legs at Nacog- doches. As a result of a stroke of paralysis, Philip Freltag, aged 84, died at the home of his son-in-law, William Buck, in Taylor. Deceased moved to Taylor about five years ago. The people at Bardwell, on the Ttli- as and Brazos Valey Railroad, seven miles west of Enuis, have made up ,\ fund of $2,700 to be expended in bor- ing an artesian well. The work of boring has already begun. The Senate has accepted an 'invita- tion to attend in a body the Battle of Flowers and other celebrations at San Antonio on April 20. The invitation was presented by the people of San Antoino. Pat Barry, a retired capitalist and contractor, and former alderman of Galveston, is dead there, aged fifty- seven. He went to Galveston many years ago and was identified with the city almost a quarter of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 16 April 1907

* ;v'v '7 ' v i1.m*1111 COSTLY FIRE TYLER— CAAE OF THE SICK Above All Things the Walls Should Be Kept Dry. , When the bedroom become J a sick room there la an added reason] fhy ex- treme precautions Bhould be | ised to \ioep the room in a thoroughly a auitary condition. Haj^oove all things, the bedrooaj should never be damp. It should bo I ce and dry. always warm and comfolj ible in winter, cool and airy in sum® sr, and bright and sunny some parts of the If there is any susplcionlo# damp- ness in a bedroom it Is proSaij y due, if there is wallpaper on thaHvall, to the absorption of water by md) paper which frequently acts as a blott; ng pa- per and holds quantities of wi$ r in it. The use of wallpaper on w|l a is to toe deplored; it means dlm.se, ill health and unhapplness. I® is fre- quently the cause of lung tro#|>le, not only because of its dampnessjHut also because of its power to retfijEi infec- tion of many kinds. The desired method of t®ating a bedroom wall is to tint it f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 16 April 1907

OASS (BOUNTY SUN Ifi • *■ J& i r«K p • .ft i"i - A wl mil John Banger, Editor «fe Proprietor TUKC.VSSCOUSTVSUN pnbllthc* e ^ry fuestlwy,-!* entered r.i th* I.lndvu post ©fflce < lus uiti'tter. BATES OF SUBSCRIPTION: Singla Cffpy. one year, cash in advance $1. " " six months, ' ' 60c. If not paid in advance lQcts per month. Obituary Botitoes and cards of thanks will lie inserted at two-and-a-halfcents pur line. In Special Session, t Upon the adjournment of thte regular term of the Legislature last Friday the GoveYnor sent In ji special message convening the body into an extra session, -thus continuing the legislative grind> The Solons will now have to confine their work to the subjects indicated by the Governor. The Legislature has imposed a tax of |1000,00 on all persons soliciting orders for intoxicants in local option districts. Camp County has been trans- fored from the Fifth Judicial Dis- trict to the Gilmer District, com- posed of Upshur, Smith, Wood und ^Vaftzsnt cou...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 16 April 1907

k&tML 'ZXTKh iAGENCU I .reeu <i'odfs atSR.H "Id. ^Best'Salmons at 0. *fl. N el sou VJhiUJfetis Buster Crotvu hoae <itM3. II. \NeWchv*8. •IJndeiR. M. TUdR'act was in ■town fvat. Milk ^«ol<#:« at $10 ^Cilass Vr-uiU. nil |' . V,|ft "'^J^l'l'' 111 " *"• \V.*E. Mac#lt Was h LrndtJii Visitor lant Frffftfy. Mole traps at 12. II.-Sheffield's. Mr. Lovelady tm<l Miss Eula,yet* in Linden JSkt. J.obnie l^atha-m'Was in torn Saturday. 11 ustless tinware atO. ft. Nel- Bon'ff; the tyest'on wrtli. ■ '■■■'. - —— . , , li. T. Martiu was, ii IdtidCu VisiUwi Saturday- #-w^# — AfVjdes, Thratiges and Lem- ons at I. N. MorcCl'fl. (iMite and Sde xni r Tim broidery. Vf. II. Nelson. J. 1*. Harris has ft good mill: Vow for sal*'. b Try a pH'r Vsf Uifte Shoes a't <he 01a«s Front for eonifort and vUirability. Mis>3 fctmtia OudfrV V.TS in town yesterday. 4 A big stoeh of 2oet hat's at V li. Nelso'n'.*/ J. V. Fant \Vas in the city last Thursday. Soda 5 cents i**r pound n't I£. II. Sheflh'hl'....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 16 April 1907

EVERYWHERE k' ' ' '' ■> - .i'.v aJ:."' bjf. 5 to «, recent <Hsi>atch, tho Chinese Government has ordered, through a German firm at Tien Tain, two million rifles, for the uniform equipment, of the CMilneso array. Unless fra'icnlse taxes for tho en- suing year are received by the sec- retary of state on or* before May 1 aeitt, a penalty of 25 per cent of the amount due will accrue against each delinquent. Captain Harry Reade, U. S. A. re- tired, is dead at Lowell, Mass. He was for eighteen years an officer In the Twenty.-Fifth United States Infant- ry and was stationed at points in Tex- as and South Dakota. Farmers report that recent ball- utorms did much damafeo to the straw- berry crop, and knocked off thousand! uf peaches. In sonvt places young corn was literally beaten out of the ground. ij.l\. Elgin Hardcastle, aged 15 years, was seriously wounded in the left leg from the accidental <|ischarge of a target rifle ;ur his home 'near Ken- tucky town a few days since. Frid...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 16 April 1907

•tOMNM «o4 . ' 1 "to ^ FERTILIZING THE CROP , Th<« primary object In using' fertiliser la to produce a larger yield of the crop that Is to bo Immediately grown, or la Already growing, on the land to whloh the fertilizer la to be applied. As a rule, It contains from ton to sixteen per cent, of more or less promptly available plant food. In other words, a commercial fer- tilizer contains In every hundred pound* weight from W to 16 pounds of available fhosphorlo arid, either alone, or that amount of phosphoric acid and potash combined, or of these two and nitrogen combined, making In the latter case, wnat Is called a "complete" fertllljser. Now, this 10 to 16 pounds in each 100 pounds of the fertilizer Is supposed to be, and should be, practically aoluble and avail- able at once, or within a week or two, for the use of the crop, says Virginia- Carolina Fertilizer Almanac. The remaining portion of the fertilizer, or the 84 to 90 pounds In each 100 pounds. Is a mixture of Insoluble ph...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 16 April 1907

N A'L AP P K A Li A N 0 K «* bE. : ■ T Wt p ]>>• t'l | •wmv —~- " V KttKK**1. Tr -.lt ^ ^ > •'V 'm GIVEN AWAY ■XC7WKtt"<sr.' uWrAt Art? ; Wife? re noart of > \ ry hnmu:: l«*ing is the longing j?j,>[ be I wet] Wo like to be liked, | w< ihink Wo wiiuM do ft great ■•''Hi lo -win iht1 en voted praise ■ l i'ur cMnjueti-ion-vor the ap- pro vimji; notice of our associates. ■ t*t uoVv rrj.niy t hero -arc, who t*"e the most hungry for love, Ur A FINE C To Every Bab,\ Old, Whit* Or \ )LUELx ANY CHARGE GOLD KING, Under .One Year Black,Red 1 I We have pn sale at "Rock Rot- tom" prices an elegant line of who fail to find it, and they ■ qnalitx, g< M till*d, lolled , , i | , , , . gold, gold shell and solid . ' " , , U in latest styles and . . •■."mo i,u, l.e ntlrfjtuled, lh.y tmls; Co„ 8tld8K, oul. jewelry "gut >. ^voixier at times, why department and get our prices Miiv h t h< case; why tUey are so before buying elsewhere. We will give a TEN CENT cou- goia oati tha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 23 April 1907

■ ! J- E BttXiiKR, PubiiHher. } A. Paper Devoted to the best Interests of* the lJeople. ttubscri| fion, $1.00 l*rr A'unrta VOL 32. LINDEN. TEXAS, TUESDAY, APRIL S3, 1907. NO. 17, "W ANTED 1,000j SoM 1; 1,1 ,c,ervat,on8- Organizers, to organize the col-1 ^ ^ ' „ . ored people of the United States1 As y°u cannot reca11 wbat you hi to The Negro Farmer and La- said ye*terday, be careful what borers' Educational, Co-Opera- ^ou Ba^ ^°-day. tive Union of America. Charter.! Every one is accountable for ed by the State of Texas, and the things left undone, as well as Copy-High ted by the United for the things done. States, and Indorsed by the Exe-j If men tried as hard to begood cutivft Committee of the White as they do to be rich, thoMil- Fnrmera Union of Texan; for lenium would be here. Who said: "Success comes to him that waits?" Change that i word "waits" to the word works- further particulars address, J. E. A. Bancs Lit, Linden Texas. w T. STOVAMJI !>., , .. . , . . . . PHYSICIAN ami...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 23 April 1907

- • v.* - LONE ROBBER'S DARING ACT. THE EARTH TREMBLED The Cass County Sun. m; • LINDEN JOHN BANGER, Publish#* TEXAS j FROM ALL OVER TEXAS Bighty-seven negroes were baptlaed into the African Baptist Churoh at Wuxahachie Sunday. Sam Grace was shot and instantly killed at Lane City by Will Clemons, an automatic revolver being used. Clemons pleads Justification in an al- leged affront to his wife by deceased. M. P. Dennis, about fifty-nine years old, was found dead in his store on Commerce street near the bridge in Dallas Friday. It was presumed that death was due to heart trouble. The framers in the Rose Hill com- •munity has planted 500 acres of pea- nuts this season. A thrashing wa- chine will be used to 'handle the crop when matured. In a quarrel between a tenant and a landlord, W Loe, the tenant, shot Tony Looney's lower jaw to pieces and blew one ear off. Looney, the landlord, may recover. William Ford of six miles north- west of Denton, was thrown from a wagon In a runaway and h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 23 April 1907

v"r Sn ,p ' * "i "*\ i fit ■ '■-** A SOCIAL LEADER OF KANSAS CITt Attributes Her Excellent Health to Pe-ru-na. MRS. W. H. SIMMONS. MRS. W. H. SIMMONS, 1119 E. 8th St., Kansas City, Mo., member of the National Annuity Association, writes: " My health was excellent until about a, year ago, when I had a complete col- lapse from overdoing socially, not get- ting the proper rest, and too many late suppers. My stomach was in a dread- ful condition, and my nerves all un< strung. " I was advised by a friend to try Pe< runa, and eventually I bought a bottle. I took it and then another, and kept using it for three months. "At the end of that time my health was restored, my nerves no longer troubled me, and I felt myself once more and able to assume 'my social Siosition. I certainly feel that Peruna s deserving of praise." There are many reasons why society women break down, why their nervous systems fail, why they have systemic or pelvic catarrh. Indeed, they are espe^ cially liable to ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 23 April 1907

-S'' ... *> " 4L \ SUN blllloh Pots. We had a good rain Tuesday, John Banger, Hlditor & Proprietor T tB CilSS OOUSTY SUN pul)H«h«a «>v ry eute-cd at i!t« Linden po 2 U(U<;« h ol*9< matter BATES 07 SUBSCRIPTION: Single C:p7. one year, cash lnadvanea $1. sis montis, 1 ' COc. If cot paid ia advance lOcta per month. Obituury nolk'CBuud cartia of tbanU will lie Inserted at t\vo-aud-a-bolfcenta pur line. The offer of 17 papers, includ- ing the St'n, at $1,80 for a whole year is open to our present sub- scribers. We only require that t'pch one pays up a year in ad- vance from date. Read over the list in our advertisement. PI Hr i' :■ ■ 'ft h. Notice to Fishermen. The new game and fish law for- bids fish being killed or taken in any way except with hook and line. Mr. O'Neal introduced a new road law for Cass County, hav- ing the former law repealed, and we think it passed, but we have mt seen the text of the bill and are not acquainted with its pro- visions. We suppose the r...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 23 April 1907

ft . J V*1'',\t \k<.iggxfr.. ■ • . KhIPK fflHHR! ■a®wm U /^^^|||^||||j||| }##• ;.c .. ■'. A big stock of 25ct hats at C. II. Nelson's. I 'V- J. c. Flint, of lanior, was in tli© Hub yesterday. Look at out- line of mens pants, tho pest in town. C. tt Noh on. Jack Kirkland and wife were trading in town Saturday. Soda 5 cents por pound at E. H. Sheffield's. Miss Em me Loyd was in town last Thursday, |f|||pg 'Childrens Buster Brown hose at C. H. NoUon'B. W. L. Davenport was on oiir Btees one day last week. HMSfTlATsrHaU! At the Glass Front. - Mrs. Howard Meyers was in " town one day last week. Nnvy beans, butter beans and potatoes at C. H. Nelson's. When you want groceries call at the Glass Front. Mr. John Miller was on our Streets Cox & Gordan hams ut 0. H. Nelson's - , P. M Sloty Wis in the Hub Saturday. Hay, Corn, Bran and Chops For sale nt the Glass Front. Colon Coody was iu the city Saturday. Come and see our Embroidery. C. H- Nelson. _ Mrs. Byrura and Miss Nannie McMichacl w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 23 April 1907

S\vk v'M. If i 1 ■■r-WPUm^ m 'fmm ?. ":"i : EVERYWHERE E. S. Know I (a was shot and killed two miles from Caney. A man named Vlalr went to Bay City and surren- dered to tho Sheriff. Strict quarantine has fceen declared at Kingston, Jamaica, against vessels trow. Cuba and Trinidad, where yellow fever haa appeared. Two firemen engaged In cleaning away the debris of the Galveston lire were so badly injured by falling bricks that both died. The Kaiser, the speed of whose auto has been the terror of his neigh- bors, has ordered a more moderate pace, and all Germany breathed easier. Ten thousand tons of steel rails, or 20,000,000 have been ordered by the Chicago City Railway Company for use in constructing its lines. An unknown negro employed ffs a laborer on the Munger addition, Dali las, dropped dead Friday morning while at work. He is supposed to be about thirty-five years of age. William J. Bryan spoke to an open air meeting in Chattanooga, Tenn., ■upon invitation of the Chattanooga B...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 23 April 1907

I 1! k ■ fRBRVt' If! hm ■ v^- ■jg$P P2§h m fti'Vi THRU DIRT AND 6RII THAW JURY FIND IT IMPOSSIBLE TO AGREE. SEVEN MEN AGAINST FIVE The Prisoner Is Remanded to the Tombs to Await Trial Probably During the Early Fall. New York, April 13.—Seven for a verdict of guilty of murder in the first degree and Ave for acquittal on the ground of insanity, the jury which, since January 23, has been trying Har- ry K. Thaw reported yesterday tha* after forty-seven hours and eight mln> utes of deliberation, it could not pos- sibly agree. The twelve men were propmtly dis- charged by Justice Fitzgerald, who do clared that he, too, believed their task hopeless. Thaw was remanded to the Tombs without bail to await a second trial on the charge of having murdered Stanford White, the noted architect. When this new trial will take place no one connected with the case could express an opinion. District Attorney Jerome declared that there wer* many other persons accused of hom icide awaiting trial and that...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 23 April 1907

i-:' - .Wi* m 11 wsfi Ki, 3&t; ■ r i i.o,son iv. t: % you are hostess ■>ut t.he|iJover8 together at the lible, and separate those who are married. riuirUi-nt.- you are a very bright man is one thing, but being one is an entirely different proposi- tion. A BQioker never has enough matches to make him sesist an opportunity to steal a few more. Almost any man can talk seri- ously about faith cures until he gets something the matter with him. ^ ou can get a fair amount of Work out of the average boy if you will keep him home from school to do it. You think you know what you Want', but do you? Have you tteen satisfied heretofore when your wishes were granted? The average friendship is wrecked upon the fact that the average person's idea of a friend is someone he can impose upon.- When a boy wants a favor From his parents, he asks his fa- ther's permission, and tells his mother he is going to do it. Another discrimination that we object to is that all the scare- crows pot up in the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 30 April 1907

fcubttcripfioii,, II OO frr ittunitl A. It 4 ft iK lilt, Ptrftliskci* vol 32. .A. Paper Devoted to the best Interests of tlie I >eople. linden. texas, tuesday, april 30. 1907. •tfih m: i Some Ouseuvatioxs. He that really knows his own wanted 1,000 OnrnniS'tS, to orgnMStu tlio col- ,, 1 nml people ol (lie United States mutd ftrnls it too small u thing; MoW w«|W mini I,* to conttBfl to,-. borers' Educational, Coopera- tive ttnion of America; Charter ! No man will be remembered td by the State of .Texas, and for One good deed. Keep U^py-Righted by the United 0,1 doing them. State?!, and Indorsed by the ffijce'- K , . . Coiiiinitteo of the White fe 11 ™" ™n t 8P™k we" oJ one 9 - r .n r,lieioli hot' it ft better to keep silent Farmerj Union ot Texas for " 1 ..... ,, , ,, if silence dot) t conceal mine, further particulars address, J. Iv. \. r>\M;i:u, Linden Texart. ■ ■ —— Le|1ft quit talking about dying W-T-^TOVAIjIiW- l'oi' onr rights and be&in to live PHYSICIAN anjj OBSTKrKlL...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 30 April 1907

fe&j '■ njEfflj . V;.■■.; ■ '■ v jilm iK Sffi ■Fi- m* t.-v>. P; ®'lfv jfe- fe'V.:-'■ . ' aas •V:- , The Cass County Sun. JOHN BANGER, Publlahe* LINDEN X - - - TEXAS '. - A. A. Halo of Cleburne, a shoo clerk, was found dead Thursday morn- ing. He had been hi 111 health for some time. He leaves a widow and one small girl. The Comptroller has announced the appointment of H. L. Collins of John- son County, to a position in the re- demption department of the comptrol- ler's office. Work on the double tracking of the Missouri, Kansas and Texas Railway between Atoka and Denison 1b now being pushed forward with great rap- idity. J. Pierpont Morgan was seventy years old Wednesday. The financier left this country for his annual Euro- pean trip about a month ago and is now in Italy. Mrs. Hannah Armsworthy, aged 100 years, is dead at her homa near Queensport, Guisboro County, N. S. She was the oldest person in Nova Scotia. At the meeting of the medical con- gress in Berlin, Dr. Schlosser...

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