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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 14 May 1907

mmmm TEN YEARS OF PAIN. I '' ' ''iV' " ' '*i ■ m M FROM AU OVER TEXAS Arrangements are about completed for tho erection of new Federal build- ings at Greenville and Corslcana. Blum Independent school district school bonds, to the amount of $9,000, have been approved. District Judge Hawkins and County Judge Spencer have named C. T. Spalding auditor for Ellis County. There were ten applicants for this position. Tho Business Men's ClubQjtd the V. M. C. A. of Waco will hold a sum iner Chautauqua, beginning June 22. The assembly s to be opened by Hon. William Jennings Bryan. During a light thunderstorm Tues day afterrfoon, Jack Robinson, a ne gro driver for the Brown Building Sup ply Company, of Houston, was struck by lightning and instantly killed. While making a coupling at Bonham a few days since, Simpson Renus, Bwltchman jn the Texas and Pacific yards, lost his foot by having it crushed. The management of the Rock Island PrlBco System has decided to expend 11,000,000 in procuring ade...

Publication Title: Cass County Sun, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 14 May 1907

■ SB^ . p y&: i%8Sw< mk\: ' jh~? rH py-of the Diamond. • of baseball is a sport t be simply grand, ^ufc for it wealth of foolish •; iBo ft>W can understand. J f lit tie pitchers have long earf a sages old have said, V/iiy do they cu s the umpire) tjea. It would wi.en they ought to bray in-1 stead? And, skill at his catching flie the lizard on the wall— " hy does he never get a job t do it playing ball? a Wholesome Philosophy. Absolute honesty, aod a deii- natc will, Will often produco hot- ter results without unusual iu- FBRK *iO MflBSCIllBrRA ItemiMiiii IVainiMl ricliire 'Hie TWICK-A-WRRK REPUBLIC of ot. Louis, Mo., ia giving uwi y a beau ( i • teligeht gifts or opportunity,! Jul lYutn-d picture, size 5 1 2 x 714 inches, lot: wry otis sendijig $1.00 'for u y^y.! o subscription to the ii4 gre&t semi- weekly papfir and Farm Procre,->s SFNT FRFF entitled '"Drangli- I QUI! rnCE il wUt that the keenest intellect ean at- tain without these moral quali-j hjoioouh, ioaoa y...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 21 May 1907

1 i iper Devoted VOL 32. >EN. TEXAS, ; 1,000 f)rgnni/fvs, to organize the col- ored peopleof tlie b'nited States into The Negro Farmer and J. SowV. OliHEllVA/rjON W. R. "per ai-uh.^ - 11\ i*1 ■ Every noblo, tinsel fish Act daos its own advertising. borers' Educational, Co-Opera-1 What we reap to-morrow will tTve Unioirof America. Charter- depend very much upon what we ed by the State of Texas, and j sow to-day. Copy-Righted by the United! "When in Rome do as Rotn6 States, and "ndorsed by the Exe-1 does." But what if one hasn't (/stive Committee Of the White Farmerj Union of Texas; for further particulars address, J. E. A. Baku br, Linden Texas. R. HL LIGOiST, M. I>. Offers his services to the people of Linden and surrounding 'country. Prompt atten- tion given to all calls day or night, your r ' practice solicited. cilice with Dr. Davis. Cull at J.O. Goodman's Bar- ber Shop for first class work Everything clean utrd nice, up- to-date hair cut, sharp raisers and clean shaves, al...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 21 May 1907

O. D. WHISKEY LAW. * JOHN BANGER, Publisher. tmnm. - - *.•••-j tP # BLtf' W-i A.: ■'<■ • -mm I M. - - TEXAS y THE BULLS HAVE IT ALL THEIR OWN WAV. BUYING WIDELY DISTRIBUTED Owing to a quarrel between stone- masons and brick-layers in Little Rock, building operations are at a standstill. The Democrats swept the city in the recent municipal election in Bal- timore. The plurality of J. Barry Mahool (Democrat) for mayor over Limauous (Republican) was 4140, Walter Charley Davis a carpen- ter, in a fit of insanity, shot and killed six persons with whom he re- sided at 414 Pierre Street, San Fran- cisco, Tuesday. At Antofagasta, Chile, where the bu- bonic plague is raging, there were 124 deaths from the dreaded disease dur- ing the first three months of this year. John Boykln, a negro Deputy Sher- iff of Orange County, was shot and killed at a negro saloon by some un- known party outside, who shot hin four times. An extra freight train on the Sea board Air Line collided with an en- pine...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 21 May 1907

v?m t"$ '!<K? •if it PIERCE UNDER ARREST BOND 18 MADE IN THE SUM OF $10,000. HIS ATTORNEYS ONLY SMILE CULBERSON BOOM SQUELCHED Th« The Wily Oil Manipulator Wants to Clean the Matter Up Right Away. St. Louis, Mo., May 9. — H. Clay Pierce, the multl-mllltonalre chairman of tke executive board of the Waters- Pierce Oil Company, who Burrendered yesterday at noon to Chief of Police Crecey, Is under $10,000 bond to ap- pear before Judge Elmer B. Adams in the United States Circuit Court Satur- day at 10 a. m. to show cause why he should not be turned over to the State of Texas as a fugitive from prosecu- tion on the charge ui perjury. Pierce, through hits personal coun- sel, John D. Johnson, who is aiso gen- eral counsel for the Waters-Pierce Oil Company, charges that the indictment against him is a part of a campaign against the Waters-Pierce Oil Com- pany at the instance of Pierce's bo- called Nemesis, J. P. Gruet, former secretary of the company, and will make a stubborn fight to esc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 21 May 1907

3k the train j. for Mineral s, where they will sojourd for ipipl TUK C/.^' '.C'TJJTY SUN published evtry '• M'sdtf. : tutored at the Linden roatoW",r i 1 Ciiwrnl Class mutter ■ sysastai.; . r.— - • . ■ T -«Jrg f : " OF SOBS'- RIPTlON Single Copy (,..r yr;ir ' ' " hi' months ' 60 cents- No pap! ' . nt oUt without the cash in advance; paper stoppwt when time is ottt, or wi lost it. ('3KMICS ION czzvixts. ri.tie .Commissi r ers Court, of Cass County, uiet uv regular ]term May 13th, 190V. County ami Com- missioners J. P. Fant, 11. C. Ah-1 tail unci XV ehoi." . be ooiK'tn' in a eourse of Bookkeeping d Buteines« Training. There < ducat iou ia not complete without it. If you some time for Mrs. Hdrkeysjr , v , r«, i ii n, I ) UwUC) V 1/ v iUv' health. \\ e hope that she may j , , soon come m in possession of i ,s ■ . ! are poor, yon need this practical that deem eddpoon. ' jornathy and II. (). < ireeno being j ktlowlo^e that you amy earn a Will Bunting had the misfor- present, when (h...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 21 May 1907

mf CarktMjJp j: ■ Nelaou'f. None betf-' Cane seed and G soadat the Gluss Front. Got your Sugar, CoftVo and Flour at JO. IT. Sheffield's See that line of Hawk's glasses at the Cabin Drug Store. A full line <>f Fur and jona bettur. HittS at I. N. Marett's. Fishing Sheffield'?. Poles at Hrmv II. son. Births wife a lino a 101b joy E> J. C. Faut waa on esterdav. our streets A full supply of toilet articles at the Cabin Dryg Store. Seed F ront. Goobers ut the Glass (j tad lo see Bud Lt'e. able to be up and about again. Call on I. N. Marett for pants and overalls. " " '^1' ,r-''' MivT.C. Conner of Dainger- fleld, ma-do us a pleasant call yesterday. .. _ -r. • ^ • Try one of those "General Arthur" 10. cont eigarn at . the Cabin Drug-Store. The Peters Shoes sold by I. N. Mareit are tlvi'be^t ever sold in Linden. Tell your neighbor about 1 he big Clubbing offer in the Sun 17 papers fof $1.80 per year. Catsup 10 and loots at E. II. Sheffield's. V. D. Glass and wife visited in Hughes S...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 21 May 1907

' IPP"'**" ■'■■■■ - . / ■-,■'■ ''Wi ii YTROUBLE Ytars— Relieved In Thru Months ~lh ■ mmmm ... . • I- !>.■■. —— MB I I m f Ma. c. B. FIZER, Mt Sterling, Ky. writes: 4) "t have suffered with kidney a no bladder trouble tor ten years past. "Last March I commenced using Per una, and continued for three months. I have not used it since, nor have I felt a pain. " I believe that I am well and I there- fore give my highest commendation to the curative qualities of Peruna." Pe-ru-na For Kidney Trouble. Mrs. Geo. H. Simaer, Grant, Ontario, Can., writes: "J had not been well for about four years. / had kidney trouhie, and, in fact, felt badly nearly kit the time. "This summer I got so very bad I thought I would try Peruna, so I wrote to you and began at once to take Peruna and Manaliu. "I took only two bottles of Peruna and one of Manalin, and now I feel better than I have for some time. "I feel thatPerunaandManalincured me and made a different woman of me altogether. I bless the day I pick...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 21 May 1907

Hp I u •> 1 • 1 I 1 f f I I v I 11 ■1 (1 . J r^w- ' '< ; m mm ■ .•, V'.-y - -J.11 mmm THOUOHT HE WAS WANTED. Swede Returned According to Inatruo- tlons on Envelope. Christ Nelson, having been !n this country only a few week , was Blow In learning American customs, and espe- cially the Inscriptions on envelopes. One of his first acts after landing In Oregon was to take out naturalization papers. On the corner of the envelope, in which were contained the docu- ments that made him an American citizen, wore the words: "Return In five days." "Wal, I be har," he said yesterday, M be shuffled up to the counter In the county clerk's office and spoke to Dep- uty Prasp. ' "What do you want?" asked that of- ficial, carefully noting the embarrassed flush on the Swede's face. "Wal, It say on this har envelope •return in five days,' and time be up lo-day, so I ban come round." When assured that nobody wanted him, he turned with surprise and walked sadly away, not certain whether he was natu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 21 May 1907

mM®. new indued. Will) 1 a _ mi " i u ' -$ \ rill l •a.'- M '< . V i x'.r.p IA f§ PAPER <J0 SUSPEND i LACK OF HELP 1 l-ie C'4utnbus Penitentiary "Sews, f:>'c many years a famous unci Hon i i^liing daily paper, pub- ■ished by convicts, lias suspent- tMi publu-jitinn for the very good ^fttMon that there is not left in tliut big penal institution a pin- man who can handle type. Rankers .<re there in plenty. M'<re than twenty, and more on the way. Several convict banks 'might be operafen, vpith men to fptire. Enough lawyers are mere lo take care of an enor- «' Ud amount, of legal bu^iuess. Doctor^ and brokers, and other ''eminently respected" citiirens *re not lacking. Business tann.'-Miv, mechanics and repre- sentative.; uf almost every other dcjiai tintiit of industrial activity •■iK' common there. But there i;.no pi inter. The fact throws it, on a character that reon commonly mis- The printer does not spiritual and normal The printer of today is a owner. He is of lixed...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 28 May 1907

r© I r- i H I - !: $3 3pS&''; 1 #•' 1 - IF' -V - " ^ i^r . ^ . :?•;# ■ > ■;,". j K. i. Ki,\(a:R, Publisher. y .A- !Pa.per Devoted to tl lg best 1 ri to row is ol" tlio X^ooplo. Sukscriflnm, ii-®® s^cx .1; ■*'- •*—* VOL 32. LINDEN. TEXAS, TUESDAY, MAY 28. 1907. NO. *j - WANTED 1,000 Speech Delivered by E. Ilrougher, at Norfolk Vu., May 15 th Organisers, to organize the col- ored people of the United Status into The Negro Farmer and La- borers' Educational, Co-Opera- tive Union of America. Charter- ed by the State of Texas, and Copy-High ted by the United States, and Indorsed by theExe- Inviting the Sovereign Cainp to Hold its Next Bi-ennial Session at Linden. Sovereign Commander, and Sovereigns of Woodcraft:—In eutive Committee of the White rising to present to this body Farmery Union of Texas; for! the name of a place for its next further particulars address, J. B.j bi ennial session, I do so with A. Banger, Linden Texas. | perfect confidence that its supe- — ' ~ iior advanta...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 28 May 1907

' • ' t-T.'-.rfS * m The Cass County Sun. JOHN BANGER, Publish** f l nil iifi LINDEN. - TEXAS ""■ 11 — EVENTS OF EVERYWHERE W. J. Watson, aa old citizen of Tul- ea, I. T., dropped dead on the streets of that city a few days since. The McGregor and Crawford dis- tricts of McLennan County will hold a. local option election on the 25th instant. At a late hour Saturday night, about thirty bales of cotton on the Missouri, Kansas and Texas wharf, near the oil mill, San Marcos, were badly damaged by lire. T. C. Webster, of Horshshoe Bend, Idaho, was taken from a train in Kan- sas City in an unconscious condition April 2, and has remained in that state ever since. The county commissioners of Na- varro County have ordered a prohibi- tion election to be held in that coun- ty June 15. Having partaken of a meal in a restaurant, E. T. Curtis of Wilming- ton, Ohio, started foj" his residence in Oklahoma and fell dead on the street. Heavy rains have fallen in Havana Province, breaking a drouth of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 28 May 1907

m m "s? '1 t- - fl I ■ ■ FARMERS' EDUCATIONAL AND CO-OPERATIVE ONION OF AMERICA - • Trust in God and kceD a-hustllng, and you will get there. The boys are beginning to organize local debating clubs here and there. These local clubs are the greatest edu- cators on earth, and as they multiply, Knowledge will increase. WORDS OF CHEER. The farmer that is not planting a good crop of hogs and the stuff to fin- ish them with, is not much of a farm- er, and would make a mighty poor ex- ample for the union men to follow. If your union Is getting sorter sleepy, It Is a good time to get a reu hot orator to come along and have a genuine revival service. It takes this sort of thing to do the business some- times. This "off year" will enable the Unions to get busy with all the peo- ple all the time. Let this off year be the all flredest growing year any ■organization ever had. Put In the wet days on the roads, the fences and in taking care of the tools and implements on the farm. A day wasted is ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 28 May 1907

111m SUN V*.'" " ' John. Baages, 111di tor <& Proprieioz*- TUi:c COUNTY SUN pabll«>icd every 'tpc-Bii (ly, is en'i lt 4 At tho LI ucU'i) j.ostofli'so m< 5 'onil Claw matte*. rave.: ok subscription: Single copy per y.:ar ' ' $1.00 " six months 1 50 ccnts No papers sent out without the cash in advance, pap:r stopped when time is fHit, or we lose it. Obituary notir s and cards of thanks will be inserted at two-and-a-half cents per line. Farmkks Union Notice The board of directors of the Farmers Uniou warehouse and Hlock holders are called to meet in Atlanta on Friday, the 7th ♦h y of June,-for the purpose of having w fund settlement with E. P. Laughter for cotton weighed and delivered up to date. Meet promptly at 3 0 o'clock a. m. N. J. Barron, Pres. B. of D. Isffi Meeting of the Board of Medical Examiners of the State of Texas. The lust meeting of the Board r>f Medical Examiners for the {state of Texas (regular) for ex- aminations will be held in Aus- tin, Texas, /une ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 28 May 1907

•" I V: —***> BY THEIR WORK LOC il TNIFCLLTOEJhfCE Try ,>x\f of tW '(i.-ji.-rnl Arthur'' 10 cent cig'ara at the I* Valley tin at E H. Sheffield's. Kirkhxnd anil wife were in tjwn one ua-y last week. Curh ea $$.5Q j/snti at C. II. NebonV. Nono hotter. Mrs. Fleteh Albright is report- ed very sick. t Hue that line of Hawk's ftlaaseo at tho Cabin Drus Store. Cradle lingers at E. II. Sheffield's VV. A. Doss and wife, were in LinOfen one day last week. Cane seed and German iftillet seed at the Glass Front. • ■ JoePgsaand" wife wer'e snap- ping in town Saturday. Seed Goobers at the Glass Front. Mrs. Have Black well was trad- ing in town one day Inst week. — . * "■>—; A full line ol' Fur and Straw Ilats at I. N. Marett's. A full supply of toilet articles, at the Cabin DrUg Store. Cabin J)rug Store. Mr. Bud Wateu)), of A'fTorvoi, in Linden on a <i,ty last was week. Miss Emma Martin was in the city one day last week. / — *-<'•*■ *—y Cox & Gordnn hams at C. H. Nelson's. J. R...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 28 May 1907

' 4 • '• ". !•:' • -V •■.. ' V ■ . ,:;L ■; '/ ,* , 1 ■ • ,• ' i \ \ •' 4 , •,. < £ *] j •-. . v- ,• ^ It haa no others merely pains, stiff Joints, i etc., it is the (julck- remedy ever dovlsad. '8 Lightning Oil. is a woman who tninKs lovely than the one of is jealous. When You Want Pure White Lead, [Get It Probably there is no other article of com- merce subject, ed to so much dui- tera- tion and | mis- repre- sentation as White Lead. Out rtJJj 18 brands of "White Lead" recently analyzed by the Government Agricultural Experiment Station of North Dakota, 5 contained absolutely no White Lead, 5 less than 15% of White Lead, and only 3 over 90% of White Lead. " There is, however, a way to be cer- tain c ? the purity and genuineness of the White Lead you buy, and that is to see that the keg you buy bears the Dutch Buy trade mark. This trade mark is a positive guarantee of abso- lutely Pure White Lead made by the Old Dutch Process. SEND FOR BOOK A Talk on Faint," give* valuable infor- ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 28 May 1907

p\ iiam ffl&i !'.•-,- • , fV, .1 i .-—— V ' Ma>\ N —- FROM ALL OVER TEXAS W. M. Holland wan elected Tuesday as judge of the new Dallas County Court of Law, after eleven ballots. The St. Louis, Brownsville and Mex- ico Railroad has recently Installed threo timber preserving plants In Tex- as at Raymondville, Lyford and Sa- bastln. The San Antonio and Aransas Pass Railway Is reported as about to ex- pend ?20,000 In enlarging the depot and improving the trackage fav^tiea at Beeville. Skate Treasurer Sam Sparks has announced the appointment of Sam H. Carter of Belton to a position as assistant bookkeeper, succeeding Ben Purl, resigned. The encampment for the Texas Na- tional Guard will be held at Camp Mabry near Austin July 19 to 26. This was the decision reached by Adjt. Gen. Newton of the guard. The Waco cotton exchange has been organized with a capital stock of ?10,- 000 and will maintain regular rooms and do business ordinarily transacted by such organizations. Six people wer...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 28 May 1907

' «a <T«. k at fads; lift1 ie too lio&'f not waste time on tilings to be ilorx^, time is to pm iotjs. PP01' ' ^'Ork without ft purpose, ami we that, «the purpose is a Don't work A Few RiMiiiu kftble Bt«teniet ts Occurring m ApplicMttou, Mother diod ih ii>fancy. An uncle died of cancer on his mother's side. Father wont t<> hed fooling ■!' , Bookkeeping in "5* IIK fill I BftoBtiCs thau others cun in SIX, und that Drawirhoii'a fREK TO NI RM tilBF.R^ ' a?, tit nny necessary liowf vt r trifling it may ap- pear rheiv in nothing bo trifling, *llt- which, jf necessary to be 'lone at all, it ought to be done \vt !\ llcnuliliil Iram.ri Pivtui'f The TWICE A-\\ EHK REPL"BLIC of St. Louis, Mo., is giving away a beaut i ful framed picture, si 2® 5 1-2 x " 1-4 inches, to ev.'vy one sending $1.00 for a year's subscription to their great semi well and the next morning' woke j weekly paper and Form Progress, a up dead. ! monthly agricultural paper published by Grandfather died suddenl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 4 June 1907

fc ... SC>. -*■ T - -**■ ir.' «fi ■ ■ ■" J U. A. Publisher. !> A. JPaper Devoted to the best Interests of the l^ootole. JtoilwcripHoii, #1-1X>IVr Aunn«i 1 I i i:- \ 4 | MI VOL 3S. LINDEN. TEXAS, TUESDAY, JUNE 4. 1907. NO. 23. WANTED 1,000 •. Organizers, to organize the col- bred people of the United States ittto 'fhe S'egi't) FaVmt?)'" tlikl La- borers' Educational, Oo-Oper; tive Union of America. Charter ed by the State of Texas, and 'OojYy-lWghted by the United states, and Indorsed by the Exe- cutive Committee of the V\ hlte Farmer* Onion of Texas', b>r ftirther particulars address, J. & a. BaSUer, Linden Text s. .. ., , -——— tt.E. lVlGON, M. D. Offers his services to the people of Linden end surrounding country. Prompt atten- lionto all calls day o\* hiftlit) yO'lt practice ■*«]}<;:ed. OHice with* Dr. Davis. U,aU sit J. 0, lloodmttn's Bar- ber Shop 1'u'r class Work fivolryihiug clean and nice, up- . to-date Jiiiir cut, sharp raisors and clean shaves, all in app...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 4 June 1907

frv■r[s-.b ■ | — wmmi* ' -;. • *•' ^■:y: ; ; :.v'-. ■3KlRSiB8Biiliii ■; ;;/f" ' -" r V" ■- gfcj R' e Cass County Sun, JOHN DANGER, Publish#* MNDEN. JL - . - TEXAS —j =« 5= ,. —i - -JA KILLSHIM! GIRL riM SULLIVAN SHOOTS A GIRL AND HIMSELF, STATEMENT OF ONLY WITNESS The contractors hase arrived and will begin work on the Henrietta and Southwestern Railroad Monday. Ed Taylor of San Angelo, is an ap- plicant for* the position of inspector under the new law regulating the bar- ber's trade In Texas. The 4-year old son of Mr. and Mrs. ! P. 15. Beach died Friday nig^t at | Cameron from Lockjaw, caused by a mesquite thorn being stuck into its loot about a week ago. Citizens of Sanger organized a Com mercial Club Saturday night, with thirty-live or forty members. P. M. Ready is president and Homer Col- lins secretary and treasurer. King Alfonso is negotiating for an Island in Northern Spain where he proposes to build a summer residence and lay out a farm and breed thor- oughbred cattle. Distr...

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