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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 15 December 1908

fflsmw mm: •%h X* v \ mtmo GABS COUNTY SUN Joha Baagei, Editor Proprietor .. -^,-_.i. .1 _ iu.1 ■"——— - ~ TUECASS OttGNTY SUti ptiHtohotl ovpry low lay, In unit r#A at Ibu'LluJcu-pOBtolfi'ju «a SccoDfl.Cl B3 matter. R\TE3 OF !iV'BSCIUlTION Single copy per yeai ' $1-00 " six months ' 50 cents No papers W'ut out without the cash 'iii advance; paper stopped when time is out, or tve lose it. THE BOY ON THE FARM. Lands, For Sale. The boy ou t be farm w ho is big j ,285 .acres of hvnd, 5 head of • a tic! old enough t obtain thinking f horses,1 3 houses, 11 heud of eat- Obituary nOlifces and cards of thanks will be inserted at two-fttid a-lialf cents per line GOING TO THE MAD-HOUSL Is President Roosevelt eraiy? Is ho making for thetnad-liousoV There was ono paragraph in his •annual measage that bore the "mark of luuacy, but his special message of last week, on the . Panama Canal question savors of stark madness. One can hardly realize that one occupying the high position of Chief Magistrat...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 15 December 1908

mmnn n ■ 1 % toCAL INTELLIGENCE A merry Christmas and a projpei'ouH New Year to you all. Eupion Oil at C. H. Nelson's. Master /eter Morris is visit- ing bis brother Ed at Caithage tins week 'MP. mm "• V*";'Jv iff T f 2£& islS I , I Leo Williams spent Sunday vand yesterday at. the parental bo 1110 near Mt. ZioD. Tisde at C. H. Finn's on save money. Miss Gussie Blankensbip and brother, of, Almira, were in 'town Saturday. Buy you a good saddle from Harris Duncan & Fant. Mrs* B. F. Ball, of Warren Springs was in town on© day last Week. The nicest line of perfumery of all kinds ever brought to Linden at the Cabin Drug Store. X3oto/T. Shefheld & Co. for nice dress, goods of all kinds. Mr. Mohse ol Hooper Morse Mfg. Co. Was a business visitor in Linden last friday. Diamond (15) coffee at Harris Duncan & Faut. 8 lbs. of tip top Roasted coffee for $1.00 nt C. H. Nelson's. Bud Lee Was attending to bus- iness in Linden last Thursday. '] he ladies that wear the small sir.e shoe ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 15 December 1908

. WGb$ Christmas Dinner by Toboggan Express Br ALVAH MILTON KERR IMBMIW li MM iii (Copyright, 1 JOd, by W. G. Chapman.) Donald Saunders had his first great adventure up In the Long's Peak country, a region famous throughout Colorado for heavy snows and ava- lanches. Donald came over from Den- ver, after graduating from high Bchool, to spend the summer with Sumpter Saunders, his father's youngest broth- er. Sumpter wa3 a very young uncle, Indeed, being but 27 and not very ■ong out of college, while Donald was 19. "Uncle Sump" was a big-boned, strapping fellow who had played cen- ter In his college football team, a man with laughing blue eyes and "teas- ing" ways but entertaining seriouB dreams of owning a great mine, if strength and pluck and persistence would bring one to light. He was run- ning a tunnel on what he believed to be an excellent gold-bearing prospect, up in the Long's Peak country. Don- ald went out to help him. The tall boy had notions of becoming a min- ing engineer,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 15 December 1908

RRRRLip> t'"P S ■ « I «V ■HB5n ^HKnffi®fls5^5 i. aSR \ Ml / flgg Li tm bJKi.^ "•' ' • . 111,80 Inset ce l« t«; ■•I , " NEWS FROM OVER TEXAS Tom Still, of Conroe, while out hunting Wednesday was accidentally shot and fatally Injured. Early Friday morning Tire deatioy- ed the saw mill belonging to S. G. Childs located about six miles south of Timpson. The committee on work of the Ma- sonic grand lodge is conducting its an- nual school, with 200 delegates pres- ent, in Waco. Dallas' bid for the maneuvers of the Army of the Gulf will be presented to Luke E. Wright, secretary of war, by United States District Attorney Wil- liam H. Atwell. _ Postal receipts at the Denlson post- office for November were $2,159.30, an increase of $61.99 over the same month last year and $623.40 over No- vember, 1903. A campaign looking to the enact- ment of the Legislature making race track betting In Texas an offense, was inaugurated by the Dallas Pastors' Association Monday. The Katy's new passenger st...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 15 December 1908

■'■■•"v.. ■«— ■ m .... 1 1 1 * l ' -te!< Allen (Trquliairf '-9 DRUQQISTAND PHARMACIST. COM^LETJE] STOCK Stationery, Combs, Brushes Pocket Knives, Perfumes, Rubber Goods, Paints, Oils, > Varnishes and Window Glass. j Agency for Hawkes Glasses. Phone 32 New Mosely Building Lafayette St? Jefferson, - Texas. Fant & Qivens —■ ■ Livery Stab1e Carries a Full Line cf Feed Stuff. Will meet all trains at Kildare day and night. ftttck arrive at Linden daily. 1 7 VI nek .leave Linden daily. ..11:30 a. m. ....3:30 p. m. sj)' f— / CASS COUNTY STATE BANK CAPITAL STOCK $15,000.00 We solicit the patronage of the jyeoplo ol this Section and promise Fair Dealings. ; VVe especially desire the business of the Farmers, knowing that it is to THEIR INTEREST to borrow money rather than to go to the merchant arid, pay CREDIT prices. When you come to Linden call on us.- Respectfully, C H NELSON I 1ST- MAEETt, l-'resicfent Cashier- B® \f THE 6U| RELIABLE DOCTORS. OLDEST IN AGE ARB LCKBEST LOCATED. RE...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 22 December 1908

;||pf -VV 'Vn? / $i£mt • * V".' " 33 J E. A. B4I\CER, Publisher. } Jv Paper Devoted to tlie best Interests of the People. tfufoseripOmt, *i-.eO I'er Annum — ""i — : -3^—- - VOL 33. linden, texas, tuesday, decembee 22, 1908. NO. 51. 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, and . witeout going past the camels, Yi • Li.. ti i.1. - TT..i i, VJ f li a miilna +U a r\r\r 4-lt a rttta i FROM A CHRISTMAS SERMON OF SAMPLES CHANGED HANDS REV. DR. TALMAGE. It was in a country tavern "Behold in the first place, that where a newly arived commer- on the first/ night of Christ's life ciat traveler was holding forth. God honored the creation. You "I'll bet ray case of samples," he cannot get inat Bethlehem bafn ! said, "that I've got tlie hardest Copy-Ilighted by the United States, and Indorsed by the Exe- cutive Committee of the White 1 Farmer*...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 22 December 1908

, ' " . ■ 5S5C 7 COUNTY SUN >HN BANQEf^ubllaher. LINDEN, TEXAS l«IC <Vlth apologies to the hen, why Is I green hat? Mrs. Langtry Is 50 years old- shown only by the records. -a fact With a three-year-old emperor China should have no fear of the sovereign talking too much. Roekville, Conn., has the distinction of being the first town to arrest an air- ship for disorderly conduct. Some one has reported seeing a sea serpent off Newport, but maybe, after all, It was Just the back bone of winter wiggling into place. In prehistoric times, says a Chicago lady lecturer, woman was mentally the superior of man. Is she arguing that something has happened since? The simplified spelling board wants us to spell it "det." Cf course that makes it easier to spell, but not any easier to get out of a spell of It A man In Chicago has been ordered by the court not to speak to his wife for two weeks or allow her to speak ♦o him. Which one was the plaintiff? The daughter of Lombroso is com- ing to th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 22 December 1908

aBBBgPBBWMWMBiwi *'•- P; |H iiill 1 1 MESSAGE ■ OF OOCL f,iENT FROM CHIEF EXECU- TIVE READ IN CONGRESS. URGEiS CHANGES IN LAWS Present Currency 8ystem Declared Imperfect—Control of Corporation! the Province of the National Gov- ernment—Conduct of Labor Lead- ers Criticised—For Postal Savings Banks. Washington.—In his message to eongreus, read In both houses Tues- day, President Roosevelt makes 1m- *'ingestions as to what he 'jcessury legislation. ■(lent congratulates the na- present excellent financial calls attention to the .medylng defects In the cur- tem. He says: portant consld. The ■r:; tlon or standlr/ need f M rencjs .. Thoi llnanclal standing of the nation at tlhffl present ttnio Is er°elletrt, and the financial management of the na- tion's Interests by the government dur- ing the last seven years has shown the most sftlisfactory results. But our cur- rency system Is Imperfect, and It Is ear- nestly to be hoped that the currency commission will be able to propose a thorou&am...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 22 December 1908

fV'vA .v.. •„ - V ttMhrw '• ?■'•• ■'! — WEEK'S r CABB J3DUNTY SUN J©i«H Editor & Proprietor THE0.VS3 COUNTY SUN imtiUHlrt-it vvcry Tiipiti'.ay, 1« entered at the l.iudou poututll'io mt SfocQtid.Climn matter. b.vncs oi' subscription: Single copy per year ' $1.00 " six months ' 50 cents No papers sent out without the cash In advanciJ; paper stopped when time is 'out, or yit lose it. Obituary notices and cards of thanks Will be inserted.at two-and-a-half cents ■per line Morafciarroundiiigs. mam •— t •x.tr.r ■ 1 ' „v'\ ; -A, wtimme*. i % ir REPORT OF COMMITTEE OH ARRANGE- MENTS FOR CHRISTMAS TREE Wo your coramitee beg to re- port ns follows; Commitee on getting trees; J. 0. Goodman, Wlutfield Ilendrson, Elmer Brown, Boice Lanier and Clifton Grubbs. Commitee on erecting trees; Reuben Lanier, W. 0.. Biitlock and G.W.Sheffield. Commitee ou decorating tree; Mesdames Zilpslh Lanier, Myrtle Goorlmau, Rosa Lee Glass, Visa Ligon, Co'mora Brown, Clara Henderson, Misses Mary Williams, Beruice...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 22 December 1908

. /•' •' V'- " 1 :'*■■■ ■ — «=— 1J ia fiftl tOCJlL INTELLIGENCE K a pi on Gil at C H. Nelson's. Bornice Morris is visiting bis brother 3. S. at Queen City. Trade at 0. II. kelson's and save tnonoy. R. E. L. Fant and V. L. Mines visted at Lanier Sunday five. ftice line of dvercoats from $3.50 to $15.00 at C. H. Nelson's Mrs. John Dodd and Misses Sailio Dodd and lloxie Mays -were in town yesterday. Go to J. T. Sheffield & Co. fur nico dress poods of all kinds. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Knight; | of Lanier, were shopping in town Saturday. Diamond (15) coffefe attlarris Duncan «fc Fant. Mr. ,/essie Goodman and Dr. Smith, of Kildare, were here attending to business yesterday. 8 lbs. of tip top Roasted coffee for $1 00 nt C II. Nelson's. Mr. J no. Wells of Caves Spgs. community was on our streets] yesterday. Currents, Seeded Raisins and Mibbe Meat, at fc.'H. Sheffield's. Bull's Excelent Flour, the best in town ot C. H. Nelsou's. Mrs. J. S. Morris Jr. of Queen City spent a few days last week ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 22 December 1908

'BEALAGATM 1 pictures W£IL COPYfi/CHT. J007 BY A. C rttci U1G U CO. rss£Y ia.A CAMPBElsK' y*® AlMSMIBE WILSON SYNOPSIS. Ix)rd Wilfred Terhuno are In the story, in E the tale. The their train an "the Honorabli Vincent and Archibald roduced at the opening: of rig'.and, the latter relating <alr on an outing miss seeking recreation meet Agatha Wyckhoff." chapter— —Continued. This proveiji case. As I addressed myBeif to her the girl rose with dignity md replied: "I am the Honorable A(ratha Wyckhoff and I own these groln(js g0> you se6i you are trespassing." But her toi0 was lauphing and her expression n<,t at alL severe, so I promptly told her who we were, and we shook han^S( the Honorable Agatha :it somewhat the way she Vincent, though perhaps appreciatively. mean to," said Vincent, yoti don't mind. You'll )n't you?" ghed, and It was a laugh i hear, not the silly, re- } of a London debutante, nearly do," I thought, an't more than 20." hu?" she repeated. "Of I think it's great f...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 22 December 1908

} . . i rr. ' '' Pig® yqir. a high wind. Imn s • i J ajSI h l-Mrf m Giles—They have very high winds In Ameriky. Brown—Yes, they do. Giles—There's a bit in the papers I read this morning about a safe being blown open there.—London Mail. INVALID'S 8AD PLIGHT. After Inflammatory Rheumatism, Hair Came Out, Skin Peeled, and Bed Sore* Developed—Only Cutl- . cura Proved 8ucce«sful. '"About four years ago I had a very severe attack of Inflammatory rheuma- tism. My skin peeled, and the high fever played havoc with my hair, which came out in bunches. I also had three large bed sores on my back. I did not gain very rapidly, and my appetite waB very poor. I tried many 'sure cures' but they were of little help, and until I tried Cutlcura Re- solvent I had had no real relief. Then my complexion cleared and soon I felt better. The bed sores went very soon after a few applications of Cuticura Ointment, and when I used Cuti- cura Soap and Ointment for my hair It began to regain Its former glossy ap-...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 22 December 1908

.,V . . , V • ; «#*■ i i 'J ft v- • /'.•? TC, ITpquhart, DRUGGIST AND PHARMACIST. COMPLETE STOCK Stationery, Combe, Brushes, Pocket Knives, Perfumes, Rubbef Goods, Paiiits, OiTs, ^Varnishes and Window Glass. Sm y®<t& Agency for Hawkes Glasses. Phone 32 New Mosely Building Lafayette St. Jefferson, Texas. I Fant 6: GivenS . I • $$18 Livery Stable |V. Carries a Full Line cf Feed Stuff. Will meet all trains at Kildare A day and night. tJack arrive at Linden daily..,. .11:80 a. m. Hack l?ave Linden daily....:. .......3:30 p. ro. CASS COUNTY STATE BANK ' CAPITAL STOCK $15,000.00 Wi > solicit the patronage of the people of this Section and pro in i *e Fair Dealings. W | especially desire the business of the Farmers, knowing that it is ttf> THEIR INTEREST to borrow money rather than to go to the merchant and pay CREDIT prices. Wjhen you come to Linden call on us. Respectfully, EE NELSON, I 1ST- MARETT, 3°resiclent Cashier- Tl!E OLD REllABLE MCTOM. OLDEST in ABC ftNB LCH6EST LOC...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 5 January 1909

klppl-. \.Jf :' IBSi Wis i ?. E. a. banger, Publisher. ^ A.-Paper Devoted to the best Interests of the feople. SfufoscrlpMoH, 91-00 f*r Abiiuu; VOL 34. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JANUARY «,1909. WANTED 1,000 ) I | I I Organizers, to organize the col- ored people of the United States into The JJegro Farmer and La- borers' Educational, Co-Opera- tive Union America. Charter- ed by the State Copy-Righted States, and Indorsed by the Ex& cutive Committee of the White Farmers Union of Texas; for further particulars address, J. E. A. Banger, Linden Texas: H. E. L±GON, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office with Dr. Davis. A Friendly Warning. Accent and conventionality in Hi - WOMAN.-MF ' Wn', , M| It takes a hundred i^pp to make an incampment, but one 8Peec^ are Matters of longitude, woman can make a name. I not Our English cousins, who only admire women as the most criticize so frankly our use of beautiful creature, but I rever- mother loDeue> live ih'm- i of Texaa, and | enc6 ller ,, t|l6...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 5 January 1909

m ■Krmll wmtfwuiKii -. THE CASS COUNTY 51N JOHN BANGER, Publisher. LINDEN, - - GOOD ITEMS OF )1 At the present rate of growth Man- hattan Island will have a population of 8,500,000 In 1932. The wages of women In Asiatic Tur- key vary from ten to fifteen cents a day of ten hours. England reports an enormous de- mand for second-hand Bibles. Qot any you've outgrown? In the population of New York city there are 187,000 persons who are stockholders In corporations. Pu Yl, the emperor, has 30 nurses, and Is hollering for his old one. What's the use of being an emperor? The Pittsburg Press says that wealth kills. Well, we'd far rather be hit with It than with a stick of dynamite. English newspaoers say they art sorry for the kaiser. That is an artis tic way of piling on the punishment. Canadian physician says our high school boys are being "effeminized" by women teachers. Noticed it, this fall? ENTIRE WEEK'S HAPPEN- INGS THAT ARE WORTH YOUR NOTICE WHOLE WORLD THE FIELD Current Domestic nti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 5 January 1909

PI ;v: "'I ? f ■>* ;• ".y>it • I v$! ' S.:y: ■111 1«K Farmers Educational -AND— Co-Operative Union Of America im w The Kicker and the Other Fellow. Would you rather be a kicker or a cur, is the way a sensible man puts it. The question is worth thinking about. The kicker is the man who speaks out in meetings, and does not hold his tongue when he sees things going wrong. He calls things by their right name, a spade, he calls a spade, a hoe, a hoe. Sometimes his unpol- ished sentences seem harsh, but they are brought with meaning. The cur is the other fellow, the fellow who keeps quiet because he don't want to make trouble; who stands route when wrong Is done because he doesn't want to hurt the feelings of the wrong- doers. He don't kick even when he la kicked himself. There are no illus- trious personages on the side of the cur; but a long list of famous names lined up with the kicker. The first famous kicker I mention is that of the prophet Jonah. When swallowed by the whale I ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 5 January 1909

V m Jf COUNTY SUN Joh.n Bangui, Editor ^ Proprietor TIIUJCASS ©OUNTY SUN published every Tuoticlay, 18 6uti*r®d fit the Lludeu poitofflo® a SocotoitlClMB nitttU r, HATES of suss'CRrrrroN: Single copy per year ' SI.09 " six months ' 60 cents No papers sent out without the cash Jn advance; paper stopped when time is tout, or we lose it. Obituary notices and cards of thanks will be inserted at two-and-a-half ccnts per line Lbe Governor to «h THE GREATEST DISASTER OF HISTORY Certainly everybody with a soul must sympathize with the sufferers of ftily and Sicily in their unparelelled disaster from earth-quake, on last Monday, the 28th of December. There have been many disastrousearth quakes in the past, but we don't think history records any so fearful in effect as that of last week. Official figures place the dead at 130. ,000 and still grow- ing. Quite a number of cities in low- er Itily and on the Sicily Island were demolished and many thou- sands wepj. killed while many more thousands...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 5 January 1909

•' \• • v? §C§S - • f ;f V* T □ r !• J. A. Rirkland and wife Were in town one day FiwFSPivitk J. T. ftlorgau w«3 ,HPF our Btreet.8 one day last "vfeek. D. II. Nelson is at,.home on a visit from Jt|i^tBvilt^$xuj9. Miss Besste Latham ofriughes Springs is ou tPNWsit to oar little daughter Carina. Messrs. Victor and WOlftf Flor- ence of Stamps Ark. spent the holidays with home folks here. Nay barker who ia attending school at Commerse spent the holidays at home. i\ M. Goodknight and family of Kildare spent a few days with relatives here last week. Rev. W. J. Silman is back on a tisit to friends and relatives in the Mill Creek ctfmmudity Mr. Dodson and wife and Miss May Duncan were shopping in town yesterday. i J. M. Orand iff near Hughes Springs was a Linden visitor Saturday. Miss Liuda Thorn friends at Bryan's t!w holidays. T. M. Powell ol Atlanta visted .>' • ' his mother Mrs S. G. Echlos last weefe. * ' . Wanted. All kinds of stock peas at Jno Hughes &Co.. ^tlanta, Tex. 4t Mr....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 5 January 1909

s mspm #gP ' wwr. COPYGICrtT. "/DOT 0r C. If CI l/GC t. CO. PICTURES BY WEIL WAITERS r«£r CAMPBELL MMsmne WILSON SYNOPSIS. Lord Wilfred Vincent and Archibald Terhuno are Introduced at tho opening of the story, In England, the latter relating the tale. Tho pair on an outing miss their train and seeking recreation meet "the Honorable Agatha Wyckhoff." Her hand Is much sougl jj after, because of her wealth. On visiting the Wyckhoff castle they are Introduced to two other girls, both known as Agatha Wyckhoff. At dinner three other Agatha Wyckhoffs are Introduced and the plot revealed. The deceased step-father. In an eccentric moment, made his will so that the real Agatha, heiress to his fortune and the castle at Wye, England, might wed her affinity. Thus Mrs. Armlstead,. chaperon, was in duty bound to keep tho real Agatha'n Identity unknown and suitors were Invited to tryout for the hand of tho heiress. But she gave me neither; she began to say something, but checked herself suddenly an...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 5 January 1909

■ 1 S^^nrmirrYTrrmmg; mms>. m> ' ... : K'3£ DIET AND HEALTH By DR. J. T. ALL EN . Food SpecialUl SHE k i >rv: ' A ulhor of "Ealing _/i>r o Purpose." "The JVaiv Gospel of Health." Etc. ttsBBSQBGBBQOBOOBQECCra?^ ! (Copyright, by Joseph B. Bowles.) MILK FOR BABES-BUT- TERMILK FOR ADULTS All authorities on diet say that milk Is a perfect food. This Is true In a sense; and In another it Is alto- gether untrue and misleading. The natural food of the infant is mother's milk. But the appalling mor- tality of infants 1b due chiefly to the use of cow's milk, carrying the seeds of disease from the cow, the air and water, and planting them in a soil made favorable by improper feeding, lack of fresh air, bathing and ex- ercise. Not even cereal starch kills more infants between the ages of one and six than does milk in the first two years. >, Cow's milk differs materially from the infant's natural food, containing twice as much proteld and only about half as much sugar, but the dan...

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