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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 7 December 1909

•J; ' ■ v: ' ■ •• , '. •■ , WWrfPL r.,. ,.,. ., ... . B. . • i _ ■ frifw .«* JfejC. TOa 4] HI | OB • •..• ~rMt ■■•**• ® A* B4l\ttI5It, I'liblisftcr; ^ A. Paper DdVdtdd to the be&t Interests of the People. aMibscripMon, ll CO iPcr Air it if in — :js VOL, 34. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 7. 1009. NO 48. Is the ll. S; GoVerntaent a Triist In Restraint of Trade Between the States and with Foreign Nations? The Supreme Coul't tif the tjjiit- bd States, in its decisioh against the Standard Oil Trust says: '•If its necessary effect is to oti- lle or directly and substantially to restrict free cdiripetition in ti mimerce among tilts States or with foi:eigit nations, ir is illcgtl). ivitllinche ml'nning of the Hta- tute. '•The power to restrict coinpe tition in cduimerco among the feereral Stated or with foreign na- Uons tested in it person or an m&iOciution of persons hy a com- bination is indicative ofthechar- acter of thccombinatlonjbecause it is to the enterest of theparties 1...

Publication Title: Cass County Sun, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 7 December 1909

(jjj, ^ , t.' .-v. mm*■ ;v; ■ •..« •>■. ■.?■. ,-fe- '.-V ■ v'!,. ".■■, ,.C ^U. U? . I VHE CASS COUNTY SUN 4. I. A. BANGER, UlUr «n4 ProprUtoi iLINDEN, TBXA8 Football should be fitted out wltli tenders. Pugilists first agree to fight sad get Into a quarrel afterward. Polluting justice Is Just a little bit more objectionable than anything else. Did you ever see six women so dis- pose themselves as to fill entirely one side of a street car? This country is prosperous again, but there are widows and orphans who have not noticed it. An Ohio man who had his pockets full of dynamite was run over by a hearse, but nothing happened. A University of Chicago professor holds a grievance against the poets. Perhaps he was formerly an editor. Half of the Turkish navy has been sold as junk. Presumably the other half is not marketable as anything. Statistics show that Americans are the best-l'ed people in the world. Still, sad to say, some of them go hungry. A Los Angeles scboolmarm has quit teach...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 7 December 1909

1 • lliMpHpl \ ' ' •" .'. • ^ «>■' '• •' '' • r, . .W; © Escapad A POST MARIlilL ROMANCE BY CKflUS ,/lluot/?at/oms by pay walter6 {copyright; /9oe ar w o chap/1ah.) SYNOPSIS. The Escapade opens, not In the ro- '{nance preceding: the marrlnge of Ellen Bloeum, a Puritan miss, and Lord Oar- rlnifton of Rngland, but in their life after fettling in England. The scene is placed, lust following the revolution, in Carring- hion castle in England. The Carrlngtons, titer a house party, ongaged in a family lilt, caused by Jealousy. The attentions yf Lord Carrington to Lady Cecily and ^iord Strathgate to Lady Carrington com- pelled the latter to vow that she would teavo the castle. Preparing to flee, Lady ^arrington and her chum Deborah, an American girl, met Lord Strathgate at «xwo a. m.. Tie agreeing to see them safely away. H* attempted to take her to his castle, but she left him stunned in the '■road when the carriage met with an ac- cident. She and Debbie then struck out tor Portsmouth,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 7 December 1909

4.' ;.r • ■:';';.V"v''' - ' ■■ 1 ' '■ ' ' . *,\ < m Mi W ■ . '" • 3® John Bangw, Editor J^froptfietor- -it r rrutiwmmmm Mrs. L. M. Ledford D«ad. TUB CASS COti&TY SUM iftbUlfefcd bvtrj TimcUt, U entered at tltc Linden i><tttofltaa M SccouU.Clans mailer. katbs op ^tuljscrimon) Single copy i^cr year ' $1.00 " six months ' 60 cents No papers seiit «Jlft without tUc cash 3n advance; paper stopped wheh tHrte is out, or wc lose it. Obituary jnoHf-ei ariil cards of thanks ♦ill be insetted at two-and-a-half cefiti -J*r line •___ _ _ __ * ; Mr. Welhnan declares that Dr. Took diil dot reach the North i'ole. Of course Mr. Wellmrfn known, niiice he this foal enough to think of trying it id it balloon. , -.if Medical science tells ns that all diseases are can ((Pel by germs of >Aom& kind: We wondet- what kind of a germ produces the col- L' when the boy eats a big bait of green applfs or rrtft potatoes? The House of Commo'rta and the House of Lorrla failed to agree on the finan...

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

MXk \ m V V I'fliL,.,.. .J| ! * ( <•■ - A '•'M'frjNs#"!*' local intelligence fcaplon Oil i\ C. H. Nelson's. T. U. Lowell made a business Iripto Atlimtft Saturday. t^Qriltr "606" will *ure any case tomkttti&betit. Price 25c. Miss Ahnie bwen?, > if Lanier, Vras in town last week. Enterprise Saliaftge ^lills at fe. H. Sheffield'!. [>. W. Good son, of Sar&sj Was |j*re yesterday. OoldS pec tides at I:. IL Nel- hon'H, Fxtra Une. R. L. Buniel itiifl Vk-ife were in Linden one day last week. Ten gallon laid jars iU t). tl Ne'.oon'i. Mrs. ft. F. Hal 1 ivas tiUdiiig in town one day last week. Ladles' and Oentlelfien's Suit tenses at C. IL NelKon'd. T. 8. Cromer ttiiH wiie; of \Varren Springs, were shopping here one day last tteeK. Faiu-y line of Hughes bin- dies at the Cabin Drtig btore. tl is the besl. Miss Nettlb Frazior silent Sat- it Hay and Sunday !tt t!!b .paren- tal hoinw here. Best Sausrtgc Mills at C. 11. Kelson's. Mr. and Mi l. T. G. William's | 1 i I tie naby Is rep...

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

g P '••£ S!Nwv£., «•* SPBtSlll^SS^BsSBS W ■ gSgJU,- ... * DEVICE TO DISINFECT HOGS Cleverly Arranged Automatic Tank Whereby 8wlne Can Turn On and Off Disinfectant. That It In the most natural thing In the world for a hog to rub Its sides against a post is the fact that caused this clever if somewhat laughable •'daily hog disinfector" to be devel- aped, says Popular Mechanics. It is n absolutely automatic device which enables every hog to disinfect himself, and the results, although he is only thinking of rubbing, are so pleasing Disinfecting Device. .hat he becomes a willing auxiliary to the operation. All that is necessary in the opera- tion is to keep the tank filled with the disinfectant and to place it where the hogs have access to it. The lever is covered with burlap, and when the hog rubs against it the action opens a valve, releasing the contents of the pipe leading from the disinfectant tank nr..) spraying it over his back. This also closes a valve at the base of the tanks s...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 7 December 1909

Bffl •Jf"* IS w I "U i/'/1 ■ , •*•• ;■•!,,• v.' „ '.• > ' *rtf'-'' W ' "' ■' -' •■ ,v« ?&? '.'1" ■ '•■ — P$ r^jjr«. BPP^- •■«■••. ..;•>•■•• -•? V'1 1 x%:< /ft- BALLINGER TELLS OF YEAR'S WORK Report of the Secretary of the ln« terior Received. PROBLEM OF PUBLIC LANDS Development Through Private Entei* prlee Under National Supervision and Control Desired—Reclama- tion Service Discussed. Washington, Nov. 2.' -The annual re- port to the president of Richard A. Balllngcr, secretary of the interior, was made public to-day, and makes Interesting reading. The report cov- •rs a portion of the time under the ad- ministration of James R., Garfield, and Mr. Ballinger gives him credit for his earnest and efficient services. Secretary Ballinger comments on the old public land statutes, und con- tinues: "The liberal and rapid disposition of the public lands under these statutes and the lax methods of administration which for a long time prevailed nat- urally provoked the feeling that ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 7 December 1909

T- ■K Churches BAPTIST O. K. Williams, Pastor. Sunday School at 10 o'clock A.m. cucb Sunday, L. C. Weaver, Superintendent. Preaching every 2nd and 4th Sunday by the Pastor at 11 a. m. And at night Prayer irret'Hng every Wednesday night. Ladies Aid S(fciety meets e,very Satur- day evfintng m. k. church sotrrii C. J. Atkinson, Pastor Sunday School tif 10 a. m. each Sun- day, John S. Morris, Superintendent. Preaching every First and Third Sun- day hy the Pastof; at 11 a. m. ahd at niglit. Methodist Home Mission Society litests First and Third Saturday at 2 p. In. NOTICE - |jO<lg<!4 ' a; F. & A: M. linden Lodge No. lt)2 meets cVery lsi Saturday nigbt in each montB. I./. C. Weaver, W. M. E. Laniei1, Secretary. K of P.'! Klbcrtii Lodge No. 374 nitvts evory 3rd Saturday nigfft in eucii month: L. C. Wearer, C. C. 1. K. Lanier, K. R. & f>: W. (J. W. Beechwood Camp No. -tU7 meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday nignt in each month C. T. Bart let (; C. C. W. L. Brwin, Clef ft. W. 0...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 14 December 1909

i , ' . VOL 34. '• —F] : • i FT:4. ' ' T' . | • , V •' 1 0; ,;,c ; > Jy _ I f :? H I 1 I £ ' A Paper JDevdted to the beet interests of thb JPeoplc. iukcrtirt'oii, l'cr Hirtmnt* tlNDENi TEXAS, TtJESDAtT, DECEMBER 14, 100®. NtJ. fc©. . As a Man Thinketh; IIY J AM IX AI/l.KN. flood thoughts and notions bnn never produse bad results; tlad thoughts nrld notions ran herer prodtibi" eHod results. Th'fi is but BftJ'lhfj that nothing cun tofllh frdtri fcrifri litit cotn, notli- ihg fMth iitHtlt'fl bHt nettles. Men 'iindPMttthll this law in the nat- dtrni trtffld, rttid work wfth it; Unit few understartd it in the ineiltal and moral world (though ,hs oporatlflh tis jttst as himple and uiidetlatlng,) and hiev, theh;ftire; do hbt co-opcr- !tte with it. flt'FKEtfflW Suffering Is nlwayfl the effect, of Wrong thought in some direc- iion. It in an indication that; tiio individual is out of harmony with himself, with the Law of his being. The sold 'find supreme list* of suffering is to) purify, t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 14 December 1909

£%?jf J' s Mrs 91 > (m ® !&■ -v. Mjm ':• '.J?; ^4I'4^tT 'ii VHE CASS COUNTY SUN 4. I. A. BANGKR, Miter .LINDEN, TEXAS PREVENTING FOREST FIRES. Forest fires spring up from innumer- able causes, but they are usually the result of carelessness. Sometimes a camping party neglects to put out Its camp-fire before leaving. Sometimes a match or a cigarette or cigar starts the blaze. Disastrous fires have been caused by gun-wadding which fell among dry leaves. No one in the woodB can exercise too great care In the matter of preventing fires. The chief damage done by them is not so much to the matured timber as to the young trees, to which we look for our lumber supply In years to come. We insist, and in this we are supported by ail who have made a study of forestry, that only through the exercise of wis- dom in the use and care of our forests will it be possible to make our natural- ly matchless timberland permanently productive. There Is nothing about the practice of forestry that is...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 14 December 1909

■ \V. ".V ^Sb A POST NAfiim ROMANCE BY CYRUS ,/LLl/cSTfiAT/ONd sy PAY WALTER6 tLCOPYRlGHT, /908 AY \W O CHAPMAN) BBAUY 8YNOP3I8. The EBCftpnde opens, not In the ro- mance proiedinK the marriage of Ell«n Blocum, a Puritan miss, and Lord Car- rlngton of England, but In their life after •settling In England. The scene Is placed, Just following the revolution, In Carrlng- ton easlle In England. The Carrlngtnnn, offer a house party, engaged In a family tilt, caused by Jealousy. The attentions of Irfird Carrlnglon to Lady Cecily and Lord Strathgato to Lady Carrlngton com- pelled the latter to vow that she would leave the castle. Preparing to flee, Lady •Carrlngton and her chum Deborah, an American girl, met Lord Strathgate at two a. m., he agreeing to see them safely away. He attempted to take her to his castle, but she left hlin stunned In the road when the carriage met with an ac- cident. She and Debbie then struck out tor Portsmouth, where she Intended to sail for America. Hearing news...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 14 December 1909

r-rirrTi7_-jl! ^2*?*f{ v^sjSjyj WmlM ma V. ■■ V- ■;.;•■■ : 4' m:'v". Z? ■ ■ :«; l' K^- " .r> 7 >'., : -v^: «"T , COUNTY SUN MM ..ymn-iiAj ■va«; ;jf> :i v ^ u. • ' KSfe'-v Banger, Editor <& Proprietor METHOOIST CONFERENCE APPOINTMENTS. COUNTY INSTITUTE NOTES. w- t HCCAS COUNTY SUN pwbllBhed every TvdtcUy, la entered it tho MihUu pMtofflon an S'eeonCCUnli matter. rates op suSscki#ti(Hi: 6inglc copy per ye^r All teachers who have uot had their certificates recorded on the books of the County Superin- tendent are requested to present | I *. a The Methodist Conference, lftt® in session at Jacksonville, made the following- appointments: Atlanta station, C. F. Smith; Daingerflald station, J. A. Mc Cddyf Pittsburg station', ©. T $1.00 flotchkiss; Texarkana Central, I six mentis .. . 50cants Tunrent'inej Iiardy Memo- tlifey df,e always recorded when No papers sent out without the cash rf , j E Mdrgan; Dalb> Spr'gS 4p advance; pap^r stopped-when time is circuitj j. p. Westm...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 14 December 1909

nw. v*v-' .•#' •' mK&, , riff, m^wwm mi nnn . I wmraffln wfiW v.vv; v' ;:-• m < ..U/MWttMtaMiU _ -r* Subject '.lfcmoc tl' th action of thtf imlAry next July. RATES: District Ofliccs . 'a . . . . $10.QQ bounty Offices '., . . '. '. . P-00 Precinct Offices ..'.'... 2.60 For District Clerk— J. C. BRWIN. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE •. foujdoti Oil at C. il. Nelson's. - fi/Ft. *M««is\ of Wuskoin, is \)^re^ visiting home folks. Kite line of Christians goods ' U EiH( Sheffield's. ' 1'. IL Laiiiqi* thinsactbd busi- ness in Atlanta last Thursday. • * 6 or 0 UcKes "66*1" will aire any case of Chills aiid Fever. Price 23c. Ten gallon laid jars at C. H. Nelson's. J. C. Erwin attended to busi- ness in Atlanta kst Friday. Call lit the 6itbin Drug Store for your Christmas gcodg. -WV-/ V/ J. A. Surratt, of Surratt's mill TViiB a Linden visitor yerterday. Enterprise SaUshgc Mills at E. k SLi< fiield'a. W. L. Davenport was among the visitors in town yesterday. Go to Harris, Duriran & Faut to gel...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 14 December 1909

K L § \ \ -*.A, J A Double Hold. Miss Moonllte—"Er—let me hold the reins, please." Mr. Basbphul— •"What will I do, then?" "Mlsa Moon- llte—"You might hold the holder of the reins." — Pviicy The Rural Cynic. .. . -Hard work," Bald the ready-made Made Clear tO trie prlloBopher, "brings the greatest hap- piness In life." "Yes," answered Parmer Corntossel, "specially when ]rou kin afford to hire somebody to do It fur you." of the Administration Country. FAVORS SHIP SUBSIDY BILL Missed Her Destiny. Alice in Wonderland said she could easily believe six impossible things be- fore breakfast. "How fitted for a club- man's wife," they exclaimed. Sad to relate, however, she missed her obvl- •us destiny. Chief Executive Gives Reasons for De- siring the Passage of Such a Meas- ure—Postal Savings Banks—Plea for Conservation of National Re- sources. Woman's Latest Conquest. Sea otter has been requisitioned for the adornment of fashionable femi- nine attire. Heretofore it has been Washington.—The p...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 14 December 1909

'% tf . v , . PIP* wr • ^WM Wmm&m '" ■" i . ' : ' •' ' • - . . '"'' •••• ■ . . ' „ if .' [i i i NEWS FROM OVER TEXAS Ground has been broken on the new Federal Building to be erected at a coBt of $71,000 In DenlBon. A campaign la now on In Amarlllo looking to the establishment of a per manant Panhandle building at the Texas State Pair Grounds in Dallas. Literally cooked alive in a Turkish bath Wednesday morning at South Bend, Ind., Leslie Holcomb Is still liv- ing, but is in a precarious condition. The war on homeless dogs in Den- Ison, conducted for the last month, has resulted In the shooting of 400, accord- ing to reports. Work on the new oil mill building is progressing rapidly at Rockdale. The structure is entirely of iron and will cost, when complete, about $40, 000. W. J. Sims, an employe of a com- pany at Thicket, was brought io Deau mont Friday suffering from injuries received at the sawmill, and died at the Sisters' Hospital, A change of the Democratic minor- ity In the...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 14 December 1909

1 kvT \ Y v<$mm $jP5S8 Ww. "■ w& ijCOIMaO.1 (1 V O R V Is Therf « Santa Clause? I'lrttrt-hi* feApfts* G. K. WVMia&i castor. Sunday School at ftj o'clock a. m. iat% £un«l<ty, L. C. Weaver, Superintendent. Preaching every 2nd and 4tft Sunday j 4>y the Hast or at A\ A. and at nlgfci Prayer meeting eVery \VcdKeSday -toigbt. Ladies Aid Society meets every Satur- day evening M. li. CHt)RtH SOUTH fe; J. Atkinson, S'XsTor sunday School at 10 a. m. each Siifl; day, John S. Morris, Superintendent. Preaching every First and Third Sun- day by the Pastot, at 11 a. m. and at night. Methodist Home Missioh Society knests First and Third Saturday at 2 p. in. A, F. & A. M l.ititlcn f.o<ljjc No. Ift2 meets every 1st ■ Saturday night in each mouth. L. C. Weaver, \Y> M- 1. E: Luhkfcf SfcSctaff. K. of 1\* Kll>cita Lrtdge No. iwi iheetK ev^ry 3rd Saturday riigKt in cu^h tuoiitfe; L. C. Weaver, C: C. 1. E. Lanier, K. R.-& S. W. O. W. fiecehwood Camp No. meets every iJnd an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 21 December 1909

*V, l i 1° |o r « t ✓ ■ BpiSSK u i-mJWvS r %> *1 ;f • -m-m -ftl J- ';' .'■; *'<• •'■y.*' .:'. " '.„ J ' • ■■•'' / R-'vii J. E. A. BINGER, Publisher. ^ .A. I?apGr 33evoted to the feelst Interests of the People. *obwrl|rti«ii,*ll ®Offfl VOL. 34: LINDEN; TEXAS, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 81, 1909. TT NO. Senator Hudspesh, on the Penitentiary Outbade. "The history of our penitentia- ry for the last thirty years shows a terible treatment 6f the con- victs during till of tiiat time Twenty-six years ago a legis- lative committee saw forty con- victs housed in one board room on the Wynn farm, some of them nick of pneumonia, and but one Move in the coldest weather ever felt in Texas until then. We saw the farm, and it is still a bad place. At that time in midsum- mer, men were confined in box cars at night and some of them v ert* pulled out dead in the morn- ing from that Calcutta death box. A stntesenator, (Mr. Gil bs of Dallas,) described the method of housing convicts while work- nig on rail...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 21 December 1909

Ipp m'% m--' —— 'HO IS willing to play Santa Glaus t What shall we do with the children?" This being the final question, the chairman of the hoard of managers sat down to wait for an answer. St. Eliza- beth's orphanage was facing a Christ- mas without festivities, owing to the marriage of the matron, and a dis- abled heating plant. An Interval of silence followed Mrs. Blunt's appeal, though every one of the motherly hearts of the women present overflowed with sympathy for the 45 homeless boys and girls with- out prospect of Christmas cheer. They •had come prepared with check books and the usual offerings of cake and confections for the holiday, but the personal entertainment of 45 shiver- ing children was something they had not looked for. Little Mrs. Thompson, confessing a brood of six boys and girls of her own, was the first to speak. "Suppose we Invite the orphans hone with us; I know many towns- folk would be glad to help us out. It wil! be a treat to them. I can take two." Brav...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 21 December 1909

I NEWS FROM OVER TEXAS The first dirt on the Paris and Mount Pleasant Railroad was broken Monday In Paris. Rain fell generally over the state of Texas Thursday and Friday, according to reports. The bond election at Rochelle Friday carried, 75 to nothing. It provides for the issue of 110,000 worth of bonds for erecting a school building. The President Monday nominated Horace H. Lurton, of Tennessee, to be an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States. Robert Weems, 17 years old, of liar- lingen, fell Into a vat of boiling syrup at the syrup mill Friday at Browns- ville, and was probably fataly injured The infant child of T. H. 1.aster, liv- ing near Broadway, Lamar county, was choked to death Friday by swal lowing a pecan kernel, which lodged In its 'windpipe. A disastrous fire occurred Monday '.n the city of Valdlva, Chile. Eighteen blocks of buildings were destroyed ind thousands rendered homeless. The .oss Is estimated at $12,500,000. J. W. Powers, of Gainesville,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 21 December 1909

Wmi mftki i? ■ . m6i ■ "V; ym', v——v. - 111 "-j"! 'i or & Proprietor m THIS CASS COUHTY SON twiWlthed orerj Taesdsy, 1b entetWl aitlie Dln^cii jto'glijfllce a SooondlClM* matter. Kates op subscription: Single copy per year ' $1.00 six months ' 50 cents No papers sent out without the cash in advance; paper stopped when time is out, or we lose it. i'-I-'A X Obituary notices and cards of thanks will be inserted at two-and-a-half cents per line NO PAPER NEXT WEEK. It takes all the week to get out the Sun ffnd keep up with the job work, aud newspaper men like' a little rest arid recreation as well as others, and we are' sure that oar patrons will allow it to us. So the Sun will not shine next week, that is, the. Cass County Sun. But thatiking ii'li for their patronage and for their personal good will, ive ht>pe,"w it h the new- year, to triake the paper more interesting and useful in its field thku'ever before. In the mean- time we'wish you all a pleasant, happy Christmas and grea...

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