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

wm ■, ' 'y- ■ 7 W?§ ?■" .-• ■ - '• •: .-,: ' . U. 4 ■ .•' i -w • /.j t ''j* TWMTir^r"'r,r>v, • r-^rrr~'r~"T -' - :;; , . ' •' • rZ 77T7i 1 j i « A WORE TIP THE WISE IS SUfTICIEBT. We have jUst pUt in the Nobiest Line of bry Gbods aiid Notions fetrer showh in linden* We can fUrttish and fit you from the ground up. :-: :■•: r- :-: Can Satisfy the Outer Mah as Weil as the Totw ^ * *«, i i, come look at our t"ihe line of Shirts &c for men. : We db not expect tb get all jtoitV business, but ask that you look through our line before you bu^. VVe Ptty Market Price for fcotion* BMng the ftimily along; Make our store headquarters. Yours for business; HARRIS, DUNCAN & FA XT. ££ O S O n-i.Qg- - <r-<. '>«i - <tr- '-J- «r- '^r~> -■=—% ?■=—> rr^rrr -ir-£ tr-a* jr jI f'OCAL INTELLIGENCE^ 0 heese and Mackerel, | Don't let The St'W stop shin- dlso fcahbagt1; Onions itud Pota- iug around your lioiiie. Send 5 or (( doses "liCO' of Chills and Fever. Go to J. T. Sheillfeld f...

Publication Title: Cass County Sun, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 5 October 1909

K?J ill f I ■ fm. &> % M fRASaCB- i i i M m m x An totariuda, S FOU MILES and miles, as far as the eye can see, stretches the cornland; heavy golden wheat breaking upon a shim- mer of oats, and oats fading to the v'biteness of barley, with never a hedge or a fence between to limit the sense of distance Here and there a clump of willows bends to the breeze; and here am there a mass of rock, scattered and seamed In all directions, rises above the crop for the rest, all Is a glorious blending of gold and silver burnished by radi- unt sunshine—a plain of plenty reach- ing to the southern horizon. On the north a line of dark forest sweeps in 4 semicircle, with a little gray vil iage sheltering within one end of Its deep curve; and a mile away an ave- nue of plane trees, seen across the waving corn and bleaching stubble, shows where runs the straight high- road—the road that takes one to Paris. • The corn grows up to the walls of the village, only a sandy track divld lng them. Here...

Publication Title: Cass County Sun, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 5 October 1909

1: T* -**■.; y 'l £':■ :>h-*rfi * f ...j ' i'V '•« - *...•&>-# " ' ' * I .* t m • * ww ?*;• •• ■j- '; ,-• Vi '£>.* '•* ■.' - 31P jS>4*i * TWO HUNDRED DEATHS HAVOC OF GULFSTORM MANY BODIES, IT IS BELIEVED, NOW LYING IN MARSH LAND OF LOUISIANA. 29 DEATHS AT TERRE BONNE New Orleans Sadly Crippled In Way of Railway Facilities—Hundreds Are Homeless. New Orleans, Sept. 27.—One week ago Saturday night the white-winged gullB Hying Inland from the Gulf gave warning, with their screams, of the ap- proach of a West Indian hurricane to closely follow. Along the entire coast were countless happy flsherfolk and Bailormen, the thousands of trim craft and comfortable homes bearing token of the advent of a prosperous season. Today vast llocks of vultures hovered over the devastated lowlands of Southern Louisiana, titrewn with In- numerable carcasses of animals and dead people. The scene was one of terror, desolation and death. Number Killed Is 200. • New Orleans, Sept. 27.—Section ha...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 5 October 1909

'.■it* • m ■ JSCS! . *. ■ r ■iPm- *— tolHEJOTO R ^ * CIllll'I'hCR .MM* "V faulty Baptist Association. ^ E At ■tj'u Item, *rt«n r lififlhfn if,' "ill"" T'i" rnl v: iiiv >r*: ■: ■ ■ .' , J.W. BARKER, mm •. ;.r *. *F..I.t.I.<JCKSSl/ Kl IWii I <1 "iSpt. 9 to 12, 19u9. tfAPTfSf . $ I* fiJe\yej heiorti'ill Ihre histiir^ o! ' ■ . I'' ^uW?MvSS'.V Tl " • 1 u *Jt i1.vV Association' has 'the* •. Sundhy SchonTat l</o cIock a. sr. eacfi . .. r v_ Sunday, L. C. Weaker, Superintendent. (been SU*ch a large nttenauncg a'S Preaching evfcfy'2nd' a'rid 4th Sunday ' ther<y \v'us Friday anil' 'Saturday by the Pastor at 11a. m. and at night Prayer meeting every otA'er Wednesday night. Ladies Aid Society meets every Satur- day evening Senior B. Y. P. ff. meets every Sunday afternoon at 8 o'clock. Junior P. V. I'. U. meets every SAnday ; aftcrnoori at 1 o'clock. m. u. ciwjrch sotirnY , ? C. J. Atkinson,- PasVor ^ Sunday School at 10 a. m. each' Sun- day, John S. Morris, Superintendent. ( Prea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 12 October 1909

,v I '"V **"* ' " '"fcr '' ■._._. ,_„„ ® $SVW?:!; •■ % J- E. A.B4K€!ER, Publisher. } A. Paper Devotdd to the best Interests of the People. Subscription, $1«© P«r An aiuir VOL. 34. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1909 NO. 44. YOil ARE COR- DIALLY INVITED We cordially invite all of our former etudents and all of those contemplating entering our school, or that art in any way interested in it, to visit our booth and nee our splendid ex- hibit at the State Fair of Texas at Dallas. Our exhibit will be located in the Exposition Build- ing, near the aisle leading into the auditorium. We won first honors at the Dallas Fair last year and expect to do so again, for our exhibit will be even bet- ter this year than it was last. We will also have an exhibit at the State Fair of Arkansas at Hot Sprincs where we have car- ried off first honors two consecu- tive years. Wejvill be glad to meet our former students as well us prospective students at Hot Springs. A visit to our booth will show you ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 12 October 1909

r <Mn Is mmnr. l— tasrasam UN DEM, TJCXA8 Now the suoth pole might as well oome In and surrender. Mexico has been giving a lifelike Imitation of Noah's flood. LEADS Aeroplanes need something com- parable to nonsklddlng tirea. Lament of the north pole discov- erer: "Nowhere to go but south!" Why curl up in despair at the sight of a yellow leaf when the swimming Is still good? ' Paris plans to introduce a flying omnibus. It will make the under- ground transportation popular. Why go to the north pole? Medi- cine Hat is getting ready to turn out a superior line of goods from its weather factory. The king of Greece wants to give up his Job. And there do not ap- pear to be many applicants on the waiting list for succession. Now that the duke of the Abruzzl Is planning to use (he aeroplane in mountain climbing perhaps Weston will use it to make his feet happy. Neither explorer seems to have thought of the simple expedient ol substatlating his claims of discovery by cutting initials and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 12 October 1909

<,-w- ■i ■ . =! BRADY A POST MAHim ROMANCE BY CYRUS Ti /L L 1/cS r/?A T/OW BY PAY WALTEQ6 i (copyright, woe ar W O. C/iAPMAM) SYNOPSIS. The Escapade opens, not In the ro- mance preceding the marriage of KHen Hlocum, h Puritan miss, and Lord Car- • ington of England, but In tlielr life aficr settling In England. The scene Is planed, just following the revolution, In Carring- (on cast In In England. The Carrlngtons, after a house party, engaged In a family tilt, caused by Jealousy. 1 .ady Carring- ton agreed to out cards with 1 -ord Strath- go te, whose attentions to Ellen had be- come a sore point with Carrington. The Joss of J100.IKW failed to perturb her, and her husband then cut for his wife's I. O. ti. and Ids honor, Carrington winning. Additional attentions of Lord Carrington to Lady Cecily and Xjord Struthgatc to Lady Carrington compelled the latter to vow that she would leave the castle. Preparing to flee. Lady Carrington and her chum Deborah, an American girl, met Ixjrd St...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 12 October 1909

Ww$l&" -iml; pshi & *& ! Hi j ' ^ ■ I u 1 igitf.; $ •$vis#1 *ip SH 'f* *1 '. i'''"'"''''"' : ■..■ - v- "-w" .".'•■!' < ■■ • ' 1 ' '■ ■ i£Sgj| «lp vrfi' I Editor <fc Proprietor NOTICE df SAlt. Notice is hereby Riven that one i locomotive, (evidently for log- ging purposes.) shipped from St • lSi^'3 -** Groga-'s Mill Locals. Louis, Mo., on or about July • V- hero ure a good many of our yming people sick at pre9- FARMERS' UNION COLUMN. tbla space lii^-rri"4 *hVm tter« of interest to tho Firmer* Union. '• hat it n «y X/e useful, r . . and helpful we desire to have an iotlvo corret- Pllt. Miss Ll I lie LiilOS, who lMlS 1 deut 111 every Local umioii who wifl fflva an re- been sick I'uf dome'time with 1 P°rt °.fttoirrffeetio* n then*. Western Farm Lands Jc a day TIlttCASS COUNTt SUN paMttbod otffy Tuesday, ia entered at the Lindau pMtoOloA M Second,Clans maftpf. Ship|M?rs Order Notify Twelve. Pines Lumber Company /Kiidare; katus of «;b9ckiptiok': ! Tex.,having remained Un...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 12 October 1909

<fiV Mi-v ■mwm w- 5® 'Sal«« '4 230ffl -tr V ♦ « vr •• • • .*# \ _____ ever shown in Lihdeni Wfe can furnish and fit ycu ft cm the grcund up. :-! /*- . Can Satisfy the Outer Man as Well as the Inner. LadieS, come look at birr line of DRESS GOODS and NOVELTIES. Fine line of Shirts &c for men. : We do not expect to get all your business, but > T „ ' . ■ &sk th&t you look through bur line before you buy. tVe Pay HIarhefl Price Jor Cotton, * Biihg the family along; Make our store headquarters. Yours for business; HARRIS, DUNCAN & FANT. •Mr I I k iu i Jut it} ?r "j .— •. - o ■- 'To **. 'C < *"> J iSLi. '.SLm-: I i 78 LOCAL INTELLIGENCE Go to J. T. Sheffield & Co. <nul Sive money on Shoes. 0 or 0 doses "666" will cure any ease of Chills and Fever. I'rice 2">c. Mr. Monroe Usst'fy, of Blos- som, Texas, is here on a visit. Get your school crayons from John' D. Morris. \V. T. lLtlcher and wife were! Mr Fresh Cheese and Mackerel, Don't let The Sun stop stun...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 12 October 1909

— ' ':y ;*£•$? J I i <■ my.If llegretto and the Pie Wis Parker Builer Author oPPigs is Pi<Js Eio* SDLLU5TRA.TED By PETER NEWELL One of the kindest hearted ladles in Betzville is Miss Allegretto O. Bpads, who is naturally kind to man and beast; but there are times when kindness ceases to be a virtue, and becomes a nuisance, and Miss Alle- gretto reached the conclusion week before last that one of those times Lad come. For over three y«ars a tramp, Se- att?e James by name, has made Miss Allegretto's back porch a place of rendezvous whereat to meet a straw- berry pie, and although Miss Allegret- to has a heart second to none in size, she grew tired of Seattle James a week ago last Tuesday. For the first year Seattle James met one of Miss Allegretto's strawberry pies every year, and for the second year he met one of her strawberry pies once a month, but this year he started in to meet a strawberry pie once a week, and it vexed Miss Allegretto. Miss Allegretto is properly proud of ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 12 October 1909

■' 1 & d, mesas ■; ^ ■ y NEWS FROM OVER TEXAS The moat dlHimtrouH fire that hat occurred in TJvaldo in many years oc- curred Sunday morning;, doing damage amounting to $10,000. Two men were killed and eight, oth- er paBsengera weriouHly injured, threo of them probably fatally. Sunday night la a street car accident, in Pittsburg, Pa. With the date for the opening of the San Angelo fair a few days off, the city is rapidly filling with visitors. Texas shippers contemplate estab- lishing >n independent steamship line from Atluntic seaboard points to Tex- as City and Galveston. A number of Marshall men have or- ganised a company ami will bore for oil along the banks of the Cypress Hayou, in Marlon and Harrison Coun- ties. The Brownsville sewerage company will apply for a charter with a capital of $30,000, which has already been sifbscribod and 50 per cent of which will be paid in at once. Work is now completed on buildings af the Quanah Creamery and Butter Company, and as soon as ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 12 October 1909

' - i Iiinmimiiiw I H v f - J- BAPTIST G. K. Williams, Pastor. Sunday School at 10o'clock a. m. each Sunday, L. C. Weaver, Superintendent. Preaching every 2nd and 4 h Sunday by the Pastor at It a. m. and at night Prayer meeting every other Wednesday night. Ladies Ard Society meets every Satur- day evening Senior B. Y. P. U. meets every Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Junior P. Y. P. U. meets every Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock. M. E. CHURCH SOUTH C. J. Atkinson, Pastor Sunday School at 10 a. m. each Sun- day, John S. Morris, Superintendent. Preaching every First and Third Sun- day by the Pastor, at 1) a. m. aad at night. Methodist Home Mission Society mests First and Third Saturday at 2 p. m. Prayer Meeting every other Wednes- day night. Junior Epworth League meets every Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Senior Kpworth League meet® every Snnday afternoon at 4 o'clock. fiOtlgCK A, F. Si A.M. Linden Lodge No. 102 meets every 1st {Saturday night in each month. L. C. Weaver, W. M. I. E. Lan...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 19 October 1909

-'.' ■/ 'ti '■ '.*¥' >' ■ . " '"';N 1 * • v ' gjffiS ■■' v ' ' «■*'•■ ' . ?S ' ' '*" ' ,f' "'' HJ> - .,';*$ • • , ■«'w : yw '■•■■ • ■ ■ '■■ ■;>v ' rir^i^'rsssQBapiBaffi \ •: ,4 ;*i -'. ■ ."■fvA . ■ ■ . v. ■ "? m ■ ■ ■ "X;r- ■;■. ^ <■; >;' ,' i • • - #4% i ' - / *.v *. *> — i . V ,' ' ♦ \ ! ' * ' j E- A. H4Nfalift, Publisher. ^ j^L IPaper iDevoted to the best Interests of tlie l^eople. SubacripHon, $100 VOL. 34. tifcbfeN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 'cr An it ii m in NO. 45. $180 GIVEN AWAY! By America's Largest.School of Bookkeeping, Shorthand, and Telegraphy, Tyler Commercial College, Tyler, Texan. (Jive below the names and cor- rect addresses of any young peo- ple who you believe would at- tend a commercial college, and we will send you a nice souvenir of our school, and credit your account with 100 votes for ev- ery vdollar's wortn of tuition paid us by anyone enroling be- fore Feb. 4,1910, from the list of names you give below. The one receiving, the highest nu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 19 October 1909

.v.?,-:.'* !S*£5S6=H- 11 m.i ii „ eeaaa <r- ■ ;11 I xym few- V| P v $ "II 1 n tIvW .LINDEN, -.nWrr m M.UI"1.1 ' ■■ '.'i TEXAS Last call for picnics! «0B r mm ..:}. 1 Ji'l li III M\ f '•i- g> •f }< ft & ii • t Li « There seems to be no substitute for * good cow. PresideA l>laz is 79 years, old, des- pite the Mexican climate and poli- tics. It is thinking of something to say, rather than saying things thought, that is difficult. The drought has shortened all crops except frogs' legs. This crop holds up excellently well. It seems that the aeroplane not only imitates the birds in flying but that it is oviparous, laying golden eggs. Oh, yes, cranberries are small and discouraging. No matter, they'll be making the usual good "sass" by Thanksgiving. It is a grand thing If alcohol can be obtained cheaply from lumber waste as long as the trusts allow any lum- ber to go to waste. The authorities at Washington are trying to muzzle the matutinal rooster, but thus far their effor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 19 October 1909

HRSSb z, mfm* I ■ $c' . Sif iJPwilr SPwa ■ f'Vl^f,]';: «**t; .■(■;.•>. J■ ;'■ ; V, „ ,.• <• ; ; jE \'"ftftfflt"M*MS ■:Tfir '-'"ff ~r fltti^aSSiliHiifil ^-ssg m ?«& ■ ■ ' ._. —g w fill# — — © Escapad A POST NARIXH ROMANCE BY CYRUS ,/LLUd TBAT/OM BY my WALTERS t\QOPYfflGHT, /906 AY \W O CHAPMAA/) 8YN0PSI8. The Kwopaile opens, not In the ro- liiancfi preceding the marrlaRo of Hllen Blocum, a Puritan miss, an<l I^oril Car- 'jinpton of England, but In their life aftor tattling In England. The scene Is placed, lust following the revolution, In Carring- ton castle In England. The Carrlngtons, lifter a house party, engaged In a family tilt, caused by Jealousy, I.ady Carrlng- Ton agreed to cut cards with Lord Htrath- frate, whose attentions to Ellen had be- come a sore point with Carrlngton. The loaa of $100,000 failed to perturb her, and fier husband then cut for hla wife's I. O. J. and his honor, Carrlngton winning. Additional attentions of Lord Carrlngton lo I -ad y Cecily an...

Publication Title: Cass County Sun, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 19 October 1909

>V.V" Mm fit' §'! \\ ! ! W I Iwz £$ '".--J!#' . '■ • . ■' • • ' '• ••.!'•• '.' .v' '' ' . .'-•-'j. • -* " j^r>- w£t&fittSaBa mww "BANCKER DAY AT LANIER rOBER 16, 1909." That was what was printed on — j U! tllldliu VI UUVCj 111 t 1IIUU pv/iliu VI , #"U llt'H'l lit n Editor &i Proprietor the worn by the many , " f Lj , . . j ^uli cv,ry t : _ f-mn.la \Ii- C. R Rwnnkwr. at •' .,.. ' ' J ports of tlurt* . - ,r,, to the noble train crew and ex- curted back to the main scene. The festivities closed with a 'h'&w FARMERS' UNION COLUMN. r i: T1IKOAS9 COUNTY SUN pnWUhod ovtrf Tucmtay, Is entered at the Mutlou j'ostoflv.'u ii Sei'.onU.ClasB maitei. RATES OF SUBSCRIfTJONI . Single copy ))er yc r ' $1.00 " six months 4 50 cents No papers sent out without the cash in advance; paper stopped wlien time is ait, or we lose it. Obituary notices and cards of thanks 'vit) be inserted at two-and-a-half cents oer line Manama libel suit. It will lie remembered that Roosevelt charged severa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 19 October 1909

1 ■ I <;*v ■ i-yEwy&itaK mi : A WORD TO THE HfflSrl We have just put in the Nobiest Line of Dry Goods and Notions ever shown in Linden> We can furnish and fit you from the ground up. P. 1:-: Can Satisfy the Outer Man as Well as the Inner : Ladies, come look at our line of DRESS GOODS and NOVELTIES. Fine line of Shirts &c for men. : We do not expect to get all your business; but ask that you look through our line before you buy. fVe Market 'Price for Coiimt. Bring the family along; Make our store headquarters. Yours for business, HARRIS, DUNCAN & FANT. SWRiWfc? ;vj& 7\ W n rj «■—« ^ ^ <0 ,V>. ' V LOCAL INTELLIGENCE Go to J. T. Sheffield & Co. am) save money on Shoe?. W. M. Smith was transuding business here yesterday. 5 or 0 closes "600" will cure any ease of Chills and Fever. Price 25c. Mr. Hud Mrs. J. S. Coffuian, j I)r. R. D. Lumpkin, of ./ell'er- of DQar Center Xjfill, wore Lin- , son Koufe 2, wan in our city den visitors one day last week. | yeste...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 19 October 1909

|h - _ . — 11 SFSlMk^LL-^j,*.. M Ipte If 1 v iw Mrs. Henpeck—John, what's your honest opinion of my new hat? Mr. Henpock—Don't ask me, Mary. You know you're much bigger and stronger than I am! Starch, like everything else, is be- ing constantly improved, the patent Starches put on the market 25 years ago are very different and inferior to those of the present day. In the lat- fFt discovery—Defiance Starch—all Injurious chemicals are omitted, while (he addition ol' another ingredient, in- vented by us, gives to the Starch a strength aud smoothness never ap- proached by other brands. Reaching Life's Goal. If you want to bo somebody in this world you must assert your individ- uality and assert It in the right direc- tion, so that it may lead to a goal of tionor for yourself and be an example for others. Find out what you ought to do, say to yourself: "I must do it," then begin right away with "I will do U," and keep at it until it is done. How's This? We offer One Hundred Dollars Rewar...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 19 October 1909

I /f , ' '. r. V-i V-'i-..'* ' .aT'' • • ai ■ . n *(. i' ■ J4 & i' i tr arJwx« :',,rV3&: NEW FARMING EMPIRE HE WOULDN'T SMOKE Ski Half Million Fertile Acres In New Re- gion Added to Texas Agriculture. NEWS FROM OVER TEXAS The sawmill of O. C. Hennessey, at Boyd, La., ten miles south of Texar- kana, was destroyed by Are Thursday. The total values for 1900 in Colo- rado City is *1,400,905. This Is $31,148 less than for last year, but the rate is Be higher and gives ff>76.32 more tax than last year. Fourteen persons were Injured, five seriously, when a southbound passen- ger train on the Frisco collided with a freight train near Blythevflle, Ark., Tuesday. Work commenced oh Wheeler Coun- ty jail at Wheeler Friday, and will be completed in ninety days. All prisoners will be brought from the old jail at Mobeetle. Snow fell Friday In the extreme north plains country. Advices from the Denver offices state that six inches of snow fell between Texline and Trinidad, Colo., the wind...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 19 October 1909

-"■irfyvij -;i v- ,fc • —. BAPTIST . G. K. Williams, Pastor PATH THE CALF MABE. One duy, through the primeval tv bod, A calf walked Home, as gciod lay School at 10 o'clock a. m. each calves sdlOttld, Sunday, I,. C. Weaver, Superintendent. But made a trail ail bent askew, Prcaching every 2nd and 4th Sunday A crooked trail, as till calves do. by the Pastor at 11 a. m. and at tnght Prayer meeting every other Wednesday Sijice then two hundred years night. have rfed, Ladies Aid Society rheefs every Salifr- day evening Senior D. Y. P. U. meets every Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Junior P. Y. P. U. rrieefs every Sunday jiflernooti at 4 o'clock. M. E. CHURCH SOtrTII C. J. Atkinson, Pastor Sunday School at 16 a. m. each Sun- lay, John S. Morris, Superintendent. Preaching every First and Third Sun- day by the Pastor, at 11 a. m. a fid at light. Methodist Home Mission Society mests First and Third Saturday at 2 p. m. Prayer Meeting every other Wednes- day night. Junior Epworth League meets et...

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