The Cass County Sun (Linden, Tex.), Vol. 38, No. 1, Ed. 1 Tuesday, January 7, 1913 Page: 4 of 9
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W. |„ KB WIN
fQER & ERWIN,
EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS.
IIIKCA88 COUNTY 8PN paMUhm) every
I'noetlay, Is entered at the Limtuu i>o«tulU"e
a Sooonrt.ClaBB matter.
KATES Of SU BSCUlfTION!
'Jingle cupy per year ' SI .00
" six months ' •' 50 cents
No patters sent out without the cash
it advance; paper stopped when time is
•ut, or we lose it.
Obituary notices and cards of thanks
*il I be inserted nt two-and-a-half cents
The nnnunl meeting of tho
^tuok lToldeis of the Cass Com.-
tv ptiUe Bank, of Linden, Texas,
>* called to me*i at 2 P M "i>
ilie 6econ«J Tuesday in Jan- 10-
I o me being the 14th day of
uu. Jl$, for the purpose of
-'ectlng directors to Serve for
.iHe year 1013 nft'd for such other
" ■ irTihs-83 as maty come before
Miein.. \ <t,
I. N..«M rrett, Cashis'r.
f desire to express my thanks
hiid appreciation to my many
II lends ami patrons tor the
kind support they have given
ne during the year just ended.
I hope to be able to merit, your
continued good will and pat-
: >t)age, and wish yon all a
h ippy and prosperous New Year
J. 0. Goodman.
The brain controls the human
V.fly, it guides thoughts, works
nd actions of every kind, i x-
rcpt one. The Cass County
I'.uud Abstract Company are
lie only ones who c.iri furnish
"he brainfood that guides you
•Mieiy in p'.ticl'.u:sing Ir.nd.
A new ye
u-s. The old year "with its suc-
cesses und reverses has passed
to the shades of human history.
Many, of my business observa-
tions and experience*ar)B worthy
of emulation, while others
v ' ,
should be forgotten. My busi-
ness has been in the.main good
and pleasant. Borne who gain
ed my confidence have failed to
make good. Such is the result
of a husinesa career.
*1 am reaching an age that re-
quires a gentler business life.
Therefore, I will launch my
business this year more on the
cash basis. Take 't as a whole
1 had a pleasant aud remunera-
tive business during 1612, for
which I am profoundly grateful
to the trade. To those who sup-
ported me in my business suc-
cess 1 extend to them my deep,
est gratitude. 1 h«pe to merit
a continuation of your good
offices. May the New Year—
1913—give to yon all an abund-
ant and satisfactory harvest.
May health, peace, happiness
and prosperity mark your path-
ways with a spirit of satisfac-
tion, is the prayer of your
John S. Mokuis.
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To the citizens of Linden
and surrounding country, we
are opening a general store in
Linden under the uame of
W. C. Blulock vfc Co , we expect
to do a general cash and UU day
business, and thereby taking
no serious risks, which will en-
able us to give our tiude the
benefit of the very lowest cash
price on ail goods sold our pur-
poes will be to give the best
goods for the lecst money.
We earnestly solicit a portion
of your patronage.
Yours to serve.
W. C. Blalock & S H. Vance.
Coder the name of
W. C. Blalock & Co
Marriage of Popular Couple.
from The Campbell Review.
The First Methodist Church
iviis theeceno o-f the most beaut i-
rul weddings erf tlie venr, Satur-
day evening-, December, 28, at
o'clock when Mr. A. Wood-
hji Dinsmoro and .Miss Ferris
I'.owles wore united in the holy
Squids of wedlork.
The church was very beauti-
fully decorated and rendered a
Promptly at 8:HO Dr. Love
-:iniv a very beautiful solo, with
Mrs. X. Carson at the piano. At
i V conclusion of this soio> Mrs.
• irsoti played the wedding: march
in-the wedtlinjf party who pre-
'eded the bridal couple. The
! wide entered on tlw) orn> of her
- ster, Mrs. J. T. Wcid maid of
minor, while down the opposite
v I" came the groom with Mr.
.!. T. Ueid as best man.
i'lte ceremony was performed
l v Kuv. C. Ik (lolsou in a very
I upressive ummwr.
Mr, an 1 Mrs. Dins-more left on
; ho morning; train Sunday for
Linden where they kwill reside.
At the train they were extended
\ ivl wishes by t heir many friends
i.nd left amid showers of rice.
Both the bride aud groom
* re reared at this place aud
"•mo front the bent of families
'"held in high esteem by all
< ho know them. Their many
t i 'lids presented them witn
• my useftii presents n* evidence
i lie hijfli tvgnrd in which they
Card of Thanks.
We wish to express our thanks
and appreciation to our friend
and patrons for the libera! pat-
ronage they have given us dur-
ing the year jitnt past. We hope
to be able to serve you better
this year than ever before, as.
suring you Ihat your trade will
be highly appreciated. When
in need of anything in our line
call on us.
Cabin Drug Store.
Tlenrisy pains are tocalcd just below
the tliort ribs. Lumbago affects the
same rrgicn but toward the back. BAL-
LARD'S SNOW LINIMENT iV the
remedy in either case. If tabbed in llior-
oughly it cases pain, relaxes the mus-
cles and the patiens can move about
freely and comfortable. Trices "5c, ot'c
and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by Cabin
1 wish to tliank my friends
and patrous for the liberal
patronage they have given me
since I went, into business in
Linden I hope lo serve you
more and better in the future
thuu in the past, and will ap-
preciate yiur trade.
Mrs. Elizibeth Ann Wheleas,
mother of Dr. W. 1). Wheless, of
Linden, died at her homo in flay-
villo. La., on Dec., 20. Dr. Who
less wa at home at the time of
her death. We extend sincere
sympathy to tlv. b 'reared rein-
• r a- ...arw*
Desire to express their thanks for the splendid
business their customers have given them for the
year 191 J*
TVe hope that we have acted so as to merit ijoiir
confidence, awl that we will this year have a
greater proportion of your hade. Our prices
wilt be right* our treatment the most courteous.
When you need th y Goods■ Grocer/ex- Hardware
und I m piemen Is come anil see us.
Linden Merc• Vo
When you feel "Blue." Itatf Sick, Out of Sorta, and everything seems to to
wrong, you can blame it on tho I^lvcr, as that organ la usually at fault.
For a Torpid Liver You Need
The Remedy That Puts New Life in the Liver
and Regulates the Bowels.
A nv«r that Ifl torpid eTprclsoq a demoralising '.nfluence all throttRh the body
Jpys In thetr work, cioks up the bow«ls, throws hiliouH Impunities Into the bloo<
with digestion. A person in this condition Is pale, sallow and discouraged, feels had. looks had and hii
• 11 *1 * ■* la l.n .1 1.' /\ / I 11 .It M. .... 4 M >. nA 1 mm. 1 mm. .lit.. *
It Jiarai.ers th«
od and Interterus
Willi UIRCBVI""' *«• .- I.wuuitn«ii in p.iK'i r.inuv. nuu —
soncral condition Is bad. Food digest* poorly, bowels moatly constipated, suffers from dizzy spells,
occasional headachcs and prefers to nit around and do nothing- in piace of his usual hustling energy
and cheerfulness. ,
Herblne changes all thiw by rtartinn: the Internal machinery Into activity again. Its reviving
effect i>n the Torpid Liver ih prompt nnd thornush. The Stomach and Kidneys feel Its l|£ta|U1atlnir in-
fluence. The Bowels «r« purged costive conditions and regular d,ully operations re-esr^inlisnea. as
a result of this general scouring of the interior, functional activity is resumed cverywuoro i-nu the
purified blooU coea coursins? through veins, carrying new life and energy to every part
Sold at Drug Stores, Price 50e per Bottle.
JAMES F. nAIJ.Ann
st. i.ot;in, mo.
For Sore Urea. Urannlalrd I.lda, li.-dnrns nt the Kyehall, Weak Slcfcl. Hmartla* Neaaatlooa In the Eyea,
use Stepbrna Kye Salve. It la « remedy of proven merit.
1 'jolo Awd WccommcmpcbBvI
CABIN" DRTJO STOKE
To My PaTrons and Friend
1 dnire to express my thanks
and npprefi«troB for rhe mnnv
kindnesses irnd'hherul patronujjf
given me dnt itiR the ye tr 1012,
and hope by courteous treat
inetif, fair dealing and honest
prices to bo able to merit a /
continounce of your trade, as r|'
soring v01' that it will be most
E. II. Sheffield'.
AU my accounts are now past
due, irnd an enrly settlement
will be ttppreciuled, as I aui in
need of the money.
| c. Vn Ditvi*
MOUNTAIN PEAK FLOUR
$6.00 per barrel.
Sold Under Guarantee.
RED RUST PROOF OATS
55cts per bushel.
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Banger, J. E. A. & Erwin, W. L. The Cass County Sun (Linden, Tex.), Vol. 38, No. 1, Ed. 1 Tuesday, January 7, 1913, newspaper, January 7, 1913; Linden, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth340881/m1/4/: accessed September 20, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Atlanta Public Library.