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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 22 June 1909

h ',' * v'v' - ' Vv.,' ' •> ■ ■ Viv-.. ®>s : . &: W#i A/ HRI-. ' /*4 m W-: *' .•:." , - mm** «A3o COUNTY SUN J&&'& B&agei* Editoi' t& Proprietor TIIKCAsS COUNTY SUN published every Tuesday, is entered (it ttiu Lluden jioskolll'iu i>* HcootidiClaBs matter. rates of subscription: Single copy jier year ' $1.00 3ix months ' 50 cents No papers sent, oiit Without the cash In advance; paper stopped when time h But, or we lose it. V ■ ownwrwmai COMMISSIONERS' COI RT PROCEEDING Obituary notices and cards of thanks *vil) be inserted at two-and-a-half centk f>er line Don't forget the election to he held next Saturday to determine whether tho Board of Trustees of the Linden Independent liis- triet shall ba$e power to levy and collect a tax for the sup'port and maintenance of public free Schools in said District. Every 0n0' entitled to it vtfte sRotild be silr6 to 6 St ft. _ I ■ ' ■ V1 w': V J It; * 5 3 ; m fl£&* vMM EFiife ft . - jj Hon. Morris Sheppard w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 22 June 1909

—** IfflHJI ?«^BSE •;: , ,^r:T.Z.r,rr : '>'•-' i" f^ma- ■ t;. ;,:, ~i t ., , . , :■•'. • ./ : : \ 'V.. . • r Tj ■■'•■■■* ' - : "" . •' «; m '11 ua Local intelmgewck Call oti b. Ij. Nelson if you I IM « • .\L jl II.! want to buy a good home. C. M. Nelson visited in Atlan- ta last week. at Overalls and Work Shii'ts Ilarris, I3tlncan & Faril's. y j',■"■* p——prp—• ^ k ji f A good farm for salb bv C. H. kelson. .. L. C. Weaver was a business * \ «• visitor to Atlanta last week. Harris, Wagou Sheets Duncan & Fanfa. at under- • «9M 1 m Good stock summer % i" ' " 1 ' ^ wear at C. H. Nelson's. Miss Blanche Jones; of near Douglassvil!ei was tried and ad- judged insane iiere last Friday. Yoti will fiud a nice lot ot tost Curds at J. J. Stor^a^ - One,cow With yoifn^ Calf for sal^io, "s-.; OhttHes Tli rasher duller,1 of near Perser's among the Lindeu ■*feday' Fult-lfne 6f,0ferflSns a lid.. Cask- ets at O^ il:- Nolso^j^ kvi^MW *■ V't %V w ! -fUncte Chas. Davis and wife ire on a visit t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 22 June 1909

V.Ifc . *'■ £. * .. ffi i ft ? ; j rt.vfc $£+&*$:.: -V': s&twb v^v v,k\^.-'w .:.. r ' '■■ "'* '• •• ' " " ■•■■■ >-r-. £ ,'•• : '' ' - '; $ Sr tpigz*"' • •.. <••'■ •■' ,i- > ' V",^V-\ "J&., 58: FISHERMEN FIGHT T DEVIL FISH HARPOON MONSTER IN MEXICAN WATERS AND THEN HAVE EXPERIENCE OF LIVES. SEA DEVIL TOWS FIVE BOATS Small Craft and Launch Are Whirled Through Water at High Speed Until Game Finally Escapes. If i ft- HI ' ii } Tamplco, Mexico.—A party of Eng- lish fishermen had an unusual and most exciting experience In the Panu- •co river with a large sting ray or devil fish. It is very rarely that these dish are seen in the river, for they are supposed to confine themselves to the sea, although they are often en- countered near the coast along tlie south Atlantic and in the Gulf of Mexico. Occasionally a small one is taken by fishermen near the -coast of Florida, but their appearance in the Panuco river is something unheard of V-fore. • SsHssSi?'' •' The party of ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 22 June 1909

y. £ \9-. ?V«'- L ■, i a ■ ■ ' I & ELEVEN DEAD, TOTAL CLAIMED BY STORMS SIX DEAD NEAR HASKELL, TEXAS, SEVENTH DEATH THERE CAUSED BY FRIGHT. in central western texas Haskell, Jones and Knox Counties Visited by Cyclone, Terrific Hall and Severe Rainstorms. 8ummary of Storms Work. The dead! near Haskell, Texas: Mrs. R. 8. Middleton and Infant three days old, Tom Middleton, 8 years old, Joe Middleton, 4, Willie Middleton, 12, Miss Maggie Bishop, 16, cousin of the Middletons, died Friday of Inju- ries. In Haskell Mr«. Brooks, an aged woman, died of fright. Near Lueders, Jones County, Tex* W. L. Robertson's store destroyed. In the wreck of the K. C., M. & O. Railroad train, caused by wind blowing It from the Brazos River bridge, J. E. Stamford of Crowell, Foard County, Tex., was killed and eleven persons more or less badly hurt. Haskell, June 14.—Haskell was visl ted Thursday night by a wlndstorn which caused seven deaths, blew down several houses and damaged several others. About...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 22 June 1909

mam •Sgir d c n e CT o HY WOULD SIDETRACK | POLITIGS FOR BUSINESS." BAPTIST ^Jl " ",,AU' C. fv. Williams, Pastor. Sunday School al 10 o'clock a. m. each puoM THE DAIXAH NEH'H. Sunday, I,. C. Weaver, Superintendent, j Fort Worth, Texas, Juno 2.— Preaching every 2nd and 4th Sunday qub Slmw ()f Rvd Rivor (^Unty candidate for-tiovcrtioi") banded mp "lis HUH ■ ■' EM® W:'" mMm by tin; Pasttir at 11 a. m. and at night Prayer meeting every other Wednesday night. l.adies Aid Society rrteels every Satur- day evening M. E. CHURCH SOUTH C. J. Atkinson, Pastor Sunday School at 10 a. m. each Sun- day, John S. Morris, Superintendent. Preaching every First ahd Third Sun- day by the Pastor, at 11 a. m. and at night. Methodist Home Mission Society mests First and Third Saturday at 2 p. Prayer Meeting every other \Vednes day night. Junior Epworth League meets every Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Senior Epworth League meets every Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock. Lodges • A, V. & A. M. I,inden Lodge N...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 29 June 1909

ra • ' '. \ijLLs't <K 'i' mmm ■ acu j. E. A. l*t«ltU«f>cr. } .A. 3?aper Devoted to tiie best Interests of tiie People. SsiSmcripfSoii, $100 Per Annum VOL. 34. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JUNE 80, 1909. NO. 26. Pi ! ' v> H 11 ■ 1 , - - < ' \ «3Bh—IHl I Ml 1 I In Regard To Cotton Bagging* i •. . ...••.■/* ■ 11' ■ ' . ' '' . Cotton bagging is 42 inches wide, weighs 11 to 12 ounces per yard and is put up in rolls of TQ yards; 7 yards qoyersone bate of cotton, .life following mills agreed last year to allow 9 pounds additional weight on ev- ery bale of cotton covered with {his bagging: • Mississippi Mills,^BSSpU,Miss., MpCoinb City .Oottpn Mills, Mc- bornb City. Mist?.; AfcGimus. Cot- ton Mill% New Orleans, jLa.; The Lane Mills, ,New .Orleans, La.; Kohlman Oottpn ftfjlhjj New Or- leans, La.; Alcfen Mills, New Or- leans, Lq. } The price is 12 cents per yard to be shipped from Wesson,Miss. All orders ^eompanied, yith a deposit of #3.00 fpr eactt roll of 70 yards, the balance pay- a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 29 June 1909

m ffftw- ******* SI' 'U • ' •«? v!«-v ■J"*' hIp^k; I ill m . WW '& IS" r; ■ I; i HI I I m owe.j •■ K E? - It \ im • fl&r Ipi; i « ri i i i ! >S 1 i ■ « 4 I 1 \ ?®§s ffd <* Ha : ' .i'V#** ! VHE CASS COUNTY SUN lti=3 B. A. BANGER, Editor and Proprietor [LINDEN, t --—• TEXAS Straw hats will be cheaper by nex •November, In Abyasinla the head of the houst Is the wife, not the cook. A baseball umpire was burned li clflgy. That's one way of becoming * hot sport. Taken as a whole, it is most un lovely fruit that grows on the gam bling tree. Count Zeppelin is unkind to makt junk of a lot of Dreadnoughts before they are built. San Francisco probably would b« /glad to trade its graft scandals for Se attle's exposition. Texas onions are driviug Bermuda 'onions out of the market, it being a case* of strong competition. Kissing through a veil isn't worth while, says a popular lecturer. Why not—If you can kiss clear through it? It may be all right asking the worn, en to remove their ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 29 June 1909

f">|4ISB UBXHnP >nr - Hi "It is Day, and He Is Coming." «Z*4 MWDlXtONJ TYBO COPYRIGHT itQr Of 1Q UPFHHCCT7 I U miaustrated by HAT WALTERS SYNOPSIS. Three girls — Elizabeth, Gabrlelle ana CHlec—started for Canada to spend the summer there. On board steamer they were frightened by an apparently dement- ed stranger, who, finding a bag belonging of them, Ing awaitln TO ono tlntzing a photo of the took enjoyment In acru- _ trio. The yi women met a Mrs. Graham, anxiously oung her husband, who had a mania K- sailing. They were introduced to rd Wilfrid and Lady Edith. A cottage by the ocean was rented. Two men called. They proved to bo John C. Blake and Gordon Bennett, one a friend of Elizabeth's father. A wisp of yellow hair from Mr. Graham's pocket fell Into the hands of Ellse. Mrs. Graham's hair was black. Fearing for the safety of sotne gems, Lady Edith left them In a safe at the cottage. Mr. Gordon Bennett was properly Introduced, explained his actions on board ship. Ellse, alone...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 29 June 1909

& J /1 I IS Rlffa iM i I Vc' MBBBSCT^a.. o ■ - ■ LEAGUE ■KW&& i , ,'!y | § There Will Be a Basket Dinner and Barbecue at Sines Park in Linden on Saturday, July 3rd, 1909. ?"" * V'^& " ' V '' " • '" r / 'V </•! I'll ■ | i I I nil ■ n I——IpiuLnia - r- * The Following Program Will Be tendered: 10:30. Address by Hon. H. A. O'Neal, of Atlanta, on the aims and object of the Industrial League.' 12: Dinner; 1: Organization of Local League. 2: Pigeon Shooting; 4: Base Ball Game—Atlanta va. Gusset a, This is an ideal place for such a gathering, and con- tains all conveniences and forms of amusement. '9 Everybody invited, and all who attend are assured a royal time. Those living in Linden will register tlieir names at the Sun office Off Hines House and tlieir baskets will be delivered to and from £he picnic ground free* CASS COUNTY SUN John Baager, •Editor & Proprietor II Locals. Health'ia good at present They started! a protracted meeting at the mill Saturday night and ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 29 June 1909

Ti'"- JTny W I ' % Si " • l-M ; w* 1 [m i ••:-•' V vmS*A- ' - v" y ' -V " ; " ' ' . L 0 CA L INTEL LIGENCE ball kft C. If: Poison if "you \vnnl t'u biiy a | ood homo. Fruit jar rubbers and tops at Harris, jtljuncah « Want's. Mrfc W. H. AIiUoikI whs visit- lLig in town dub day last week. Jelly glaasfea at Harris, Dun- can & Faut'a. A. good farm for seil© by C. H. rlelaon. Mrs}. A. C. Glio'liiori, of Gro- gan'a Mill, was shopping in the bity oue day last week. Good stoqk summer under- wear at C. H. kelson's. Diamond (1$) colfeo lor sale by Harris, Duncan & Faht. Miss Haitie Harris spent last Week out in tfie country, the guest of Miss Sadie Myers. Full Hue of Cottiua tind Gask- ets #«.' H. Nolson's. liiirris, Duncaa & Fiiiut are bpouing up a new stock of shoes. ^ 3. T. Sheffield & Co. have opened up lots of new shoes ot all Styles. Go uhd inspect them. C. O. Liles and S. £. Robison, of Grogan's Mill, were Linden Visitors Saturday. Funeral Robes for Ladies and fcieutlef...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 29 June 1909

I min fy i\ ' m I i i til i ' I HORTICULTURE only br the expenditure ot mucft timo and labor do birds procure their daily food. With birds the struggle for existence Is peculiarly a struggle for subsistence; shelter 1s obtained with comparative ease, and if climatic conditions are not to their liking they migrate to other regions. When by reason of favorable condi- tions Insects havo multiplied and be- 00 BIRDS HELP THE FARMER? When Permitted to Labor Undis- j tuTbed They Thoroughly Police Both Earth and Air. Aa objects of human care and inter- est birds occupy a place filled by no other living thing, and the various movements to protect and foster them would be fully justified were there no returns other than esthetic. Only the thoughtless and the ignorant still hold that the graceful forms and beautiful plumage of these master- pieces of nature serve their highest purpose when worn on a hat for a brief Beason, to be then cast aside and forgotten, the plumage dimmed and faded, the ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 29 June 1909

v #: ■'■' 1.■'"••; £*"■• -W ■■ 5* • ••••: . . V >«V" • '■ if - 'V*y- ' I • v srs ■ > GROWLS LIKE A DOS; EATS GRASS IN PARK NEW YORK POLICE DISCOVER If* DIVIDUAL CRAWLING AROUND ON HANDS AND FEET. New York.—On his hunds and knees and occasionally growling as II trying to Imitate « dog, a man was found in Central park by Policeman Arthur Hunt, eating grass. The grass eater is now in Bellevuo hospital with the doctors In attendance mystified. They are unable to diagnose his case at present. He exhibits symptoms of hydrophobia, or delirium and tem- porary loss of mind. Policeman Hunt had his attention attracted to the man by a gathering JuBt outside of the park wall. It was evident to the policeman that the >;rowd was greatly enjoying a show of y the Unfortunate Would Leap in I Bullfrog Fashion. come description, for everybody had a smile. When Hunt Joined the rapidly swell- ing ranks to investigate he saw a man on his hands and knees eating grass with seeming relish. The unfor...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 29 June 1909

tii ■ ii -:\v 21 • 11 fpS' .>■■} "t, '« * 1 It -?z-. V i ■• . i :■ _ ^gUg ■ k 9 i rt R C TOI? Y Vlmrolit'# BAPTIST G. K. Wii.uams, Pastor. Sunday School at 10 o'clock a. m. each 3tiri'ita£, t. C. YVetiver, Superintendent. Preaching every 2nd and 4th Sunday by the Pastor at 11 a. m. arid at night Prayer meeting every other Wednesday ftigbt. Ladles Aid Society ifieets everjr SUttff- day evening M. E. CHURCH SOUTH t;. j. Atkinson, Pastor Sunday School ttt 10 a. m. each Sun- day, Joliri S. Morris, Superintendent. Preaching every First and Third Sun- day by the Pastor, at 11 a. m. and at night. Methodist Hptne Mission Society niests First and Thifd SatifrQay at 12 fr; in. Prayer Meeting every otfier Wednes- day night. Junior Epworth League t'lieeis every Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Senior Epworth League meets every Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock. SOUTHERN INVENTORS. The following patents we>.v enei,! last week to Southern ventors; reported I). S.wift Co., Washington, D. (.'. THE ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 6 July 1909

.C?' ' s~\ JB 1* / ''iSSSy^ ,/^r \W y TJ® * , .. .• "- * ■ * fV Ea 1 rMMSi J. E. A* R&NCtEIK; l*iit lifther. } .A. Paper I3evoted to tlie best Interests ol tlie People. InfcicripUti^ $100 Per Aumiiu rm& i 1 VOL. 34. THE BURNING QUESTION. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JULY 6, 1909. NO. 30. CAN I GET A POSITION WHEN MY COURSE IS FINISHED? ) ' Fifty two of oar graduates V?ent into good positions from ^lay 18th to June 15th, just 28 flays. Yoii should hesitate no longer. Just so sure as you com- plete a combined course of book- keeping and Shorthand tit tel'ig- rqpliy in tffc, Tyler Commercial ■ College of Tyler, Texas, just so sure will your be placed in a good ' position promptly. We have the most complete & id modern employment bureau to be found anywhere* through <vliLh we are &jf/!e' lis place our graduates, of Bookkeeping and Shorthand or Telegraphy promptly, and with the best firms at good salaried. We main- tain our-emplo^ment burean a6 oif expense of several thousa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 6 July 1909

9mm «, ■„■ VXi I# \ ' *. . ■mM V ' ' - . . . .. ... .. ...,v^ , I' " , . ■*;■ fr IIEUR'S a look of Joy on 1 the fuot' of the boy Wlio is counting Ills nick- els ami dimes. For the l>ay elruwH near— —'tis nearly here- Tlie happiest of happy . times. "hen bombs jnr tilings, LmHS«f _«ws Bw!'m"oonH tllko wing# And tlreworks light'tlic sky, *'lie boy Is there with his annual seare— lie's in eliartfti of the Fourth of July. ®ince Liberty's bell first pealed the Unell Of the chains that monarchy oust, The boy has raised Cain, has caught the refrain fC;--' /• : ' J, " l-'lunsr on from tiie mirrored past. The day has been Ills, without query or quiz, Tt has echoed his loudest licks. STouag South, young North whooped up" the Fourth itn Ukj spirit of Seventy-six. We've all been boys, and we love the tioise Of the nation's natal day; Our hearts go out to the riotous rout And the smoko of the mimic fray. So we yield the stage to the younger age On this day of no restraint; *Tls the boy's own ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 6 July 1909

' -• M"' • . r*fc • • -< • • --V m. : '■ ' ' ■ B ■ . $ f< ' f, Vf¥> is • How Mrs. E. C. Dodd of Laredo, Tex., is Growing Rich. Gross Average Return Was $625 an Acre on 135 Acres Cultivated— Modern Methods That Bring Astonishing Results. • EfoateS. ■!BK- ■} .r \ i; -A 'M-: -nfw. te Laredo, Tex.—What do you think of a net profit of $400 an acre from Bermuda onions? This Is the record of Mrs. Ed warts C. Dodd of Laredo, whom the people of tills section call the Onion Queen." She grows moro Bermuda onions than any woman In the world—135 acres—and Is getting rich at It. Mrs. Dodd's crop this year was not extraordinary. Most of the other onion growers In the Laredo section did as well, but none of thein had in its much acreage as she had. Thl,.' fact brought her profits up to a fig- ure that is astonishing to the ordinary farmer who is content with a profi.' of $15 to $20 an acre upon his land The average net yield which Mrs. Dood obtained upon her 135 acrea was about $400 an acr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 6 July 1909

VATE& Otf fUBSGRIPTlON: Single copy per year ' $1.06 " six ni'ontTis ' oO cents No papers sent out fait^icmt' (Tie casTi In advancR; paper stopped when time is "Gift, or we lose it. Obituary notices and cards of thanks Vil) be inserted at two-and-a-half cents y>er mtc Phone us the news. Borrow money and paint your home at 5 per cent and 9 yeara to pay it in. Everybody hustle for your town and we will make a city out 01 her. Fvery dollar brought i'lere, enriches us that much. We^Niicg in a ruling of the Attorney that ex-Cou- ¥ed orate soldiers Slid wld'Ows, will have to make claims before they "can draw pensions after Sept ltt 1909; that is all that is now drawing will have to reapply. So you will have t6 get a move oil you or loose out for a quarter. Judge Glass is not satisfied with this ruling and has written te the department for full par- ticular in regard to such applica- tions md the reply will be pub- lished when recieved. n :• r/: Are yoct a r'enteV, if 6o, ytYu are S...

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

Industrial League u„ FOR ONE WEEK % '% Fruit jar rublnus and top* at Harris, Dunca'n & Faut's. 'Born to Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Stone, a fine girl on June 28. Diamond (15) coffee for by Harris, Duncan & Fant. Mr. John Walker, of Atlanta, •is here doing carpenter work. 0. B. Fant, of.near Ffioudship was attending to business in our town yesterday. Go to J. T. Sheffield & Co and save money on Shoes. Mrs. TFoavei, of Ml. Vernon, is on a visit to her son, L. C. Weaver. Levi Hatclie'r and wife, of Caves Springs community, were In town yesterday. Harris, Duncan & Faut are 'opetring up a new stock of <' >■' ■' shoes. Rev. W. VV. Watson and L. M. Ledford were Linden visitors last Thursday. YTT7^heffi eld '& Co? hTaVe 'opened tats of new shoes of 'all styles. Go and inspect ttiem. N. J. Barron and A. L. Kelloy of Warron Springs community iftrere in the city last Thursday. Harry Nelson, of near Sauls, lias been visiting his uncle C H. jtfelson and family the past lew days...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 6 July 1909

. ' . /'...'. ' • •.. .• . ' . ' '• % • , • .. • ' ■ • y 41 ' ' ' ' ' ' '' l ^y 1 }V ^^••: .'f-' . ? •• .'*' \ ,'. :*te, .. r ;.? ' ' to j ■/■ ; ' .; .to' L,—■ —-——V*' k $Wm I I ■J\ J. B. A. BANGER, Editor an* Proprietor J DEN, TEXAS 6E1K HIDDEN TREASURE. A romantic story of supposed hid- den treasure, quite in the style of Edgar Allan Poe, comes from Clioen* berg la Moravia. The tower of the ancient Kathaus, despite the protests of the Vienna Conservatives, was late- ly demolishi:4> as it was declared to be unsafe. As the rubbish was being removed a document was found in a hollow stone stating that during the thirty years' war the town funds were bricked up in a certain part of the Kathaus. The place could he seen when at a certain hour on a certain day the shadow of the Rathaus spire fell upon it.. The town council has resolved to find the shadow by build- ing a scaffold of the same height and form. Much excitement prevails, and many bets are being taken. Some jpeople suppose t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 6 July 1909

L ir«A ■ ■Gil H IPnfc WHEN YOUR BACK ACHES It Is a Warning That the Kidneys Are Sick and Need Holp, In ilia nwnixroN tyboilt ccvrwtr Mr or 4 umnctrr c o HIVSTRAJZD BY MAY WALTERS lh •SYNOPSIS. Three frtrls — Elizabeth, Oabrlelle and tlllse—started for Canada to spend the Bummer there. On board steamer they •were frightened by an apparently dement- ed BtranKer. who, finding a bag belonging to one of them, took enjoyment In scru- tinizing a photo of the trio. The young women met a Mrs. Graham, anxiously awaiting her husband, who had a mania for sailing. They were Introduced to S.ord Wilfrid and Lady Edith. A cottage fry the ocean was rented. Two men galled. They proved to be John C. ffilake and Gordon Bennett, one a friend nt Elizabeth's father. A wisp of yellow Jialr from Mr. Graham's pocket fell Into the hands of Ellso. Mrs. Graham's hair was black. Fearing for the safety of some gemS, I.ady Edith left them In a safe at the cottage. Mr. Oordon Bennett was properly Introduced, explai...

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