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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 20 May 1913

. ^ K. A, BANGEH v I 11 t •Vl- ' "J . • 'A, w. l. ebwin BANGER & ERTO, EDITORS&HH PROPRIETORS, a KCA8S COUNTY SUN published every "fftoaitay, is entered At the Linden poetofllue is Seooud^CUss matter. ratss of subscription: (Single copy per year * $1.00 " six months ' 50 cents No papers sent out without the casfc ih-advance;, paper- stopped when time is out, or we lose fh. Obituary n«*k«9=-and'cards of thartks >rill be inserteiflbli. tWo-andrftrhalf' cents pei line. Licensed'to Wed. Loyd' Epperson to Miss Gladys Sanders. W. K. Boland to Miss Lena Frator. W. C. Hall to Miss Minnie Alii* son. Reese Rutledge to Miss Miri© Nixon. Silos Lenard to Ellen Black. Bailey Davis to Martha Fed- rick. Governor White to Jocie Jack- son. Bring your chickens to Sam Fant. I will pay 30 cents for •large hens,. 25 lor small hens; large fryers 25 cents, small fry- ers 15 and 20 cents. Eggs 11 and 12 cents. I will be governed by the market. Prices up, up; down, down. C. R. Clindining, is alway...

Publication Title: Cass County Sun, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 10 June 1913

1 B«N«KN 4 ERWIiY Mtt*en. > A. Paper Devoted to tho best 1 nterosts of the People. {HulncriplUn, $1 OO Per Jliiuan' VOL. 38. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JUNE 10, 1913. NO. 23. the penal and civil, Id I of Ordinances OF 'ill 10 CITY OF LINDEN, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS. CHAPTER IV. I (Offenses Against the Public Peace.) Ail. 30. If any two or more persons shall fight together in any public place in the corporate limits of this city, they shall be punished by fine not exceeding one hundred dollars. Art. 37, If any person shall go into or near any public place or into or near any private house in this city and use loud and vociferous, or obscene, or vulgar or indecent language,or swear, or curse, or yell, or shriek, or expose his person, or rudely display any pistol or other deadly weapon in a manner calculated to dis- turb the inhabitants of such public place or private house, he shall be lined in any sum not exceeding one hundred dollars. Art. 38. A public place within the meaning of the two...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 10 June 1913

SSK3& m — _ „ * S'V^ ,'r . . v . .-' ■ CASS COUNTY SUN Banger & Erwln, Editors and Prop*. SIENBEN. .... TEXAS • • . MEXICAN REBELS ATTACK MATAMOROS ADVANCE FAR INTO CITY, BUT FEDERAL8 NOT YET DRIVEN OUT OF STRONGHOLD. DEAD IS ESTIMATED AT 200 fThreo Hundred to Five Hundred Re- ported Wounded as Result of Hand-to-Hand Fighting. t Brownsville, Texas.—Mexican rebels iTuesday attacked Matamoras and a battle raged all day and until late at tight, but the garrison, comprising About 250 regulars and 200 volunteers, was left in possession of the town de- spite the advance of Gen. Blanco wiiu about 1,000 men. • A report from Consul Johnson was that the federals in the trenches im- mediately in front of the United States consul office had left those trenches, It was reported by federals coming over to the American side that Mayor B&rragan was shot and killed. | There were many rumors as to tha number of killed and wounded. The estimate on dead is 200 to 300, and the wounded 800 to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 10 June 1913

1 aSfi " Pas tv. 1 V/' ( ]' i Bfi-I vm I ■I k mm • ■ ml VI f i' I .,. Jl I #Ww .'/<•, >'■ ; . * .••...! • i • 'V-V-i^ v' ,*,-.''. ' M- " raiZa'KaET "• ™r? r ■V", j . f'V-v- r 'V' pwapwiJw hf-i ■ r#??5 '" ii# ! \'f;" - ^ ;:'i • • ^, is '" ■ 13 IF Wi W -iv? ___ ~d u 8YNOP8IS , ^ , At the beginning of great automobile race the mechanician or the Mercury. .Stanton's machine, drops dead. Htranxo youth, Jesse Floyd, volunteer*, and In ac- cepted. In the rest during the twenty- lour hour race Btunton meets a nt ranger. Miss Carllslo. who Introduce! herself. The Mercury wins race. Stanton receive* nowera from Miss Carlisle, which he Ig- nores. Stanton meets Miss Carlisle on a train. They alight to take walk, and train leaves. Stanton and Miss Carlisle follow In auto. Accident by which Stan- ton Is hurt Is mysterious. Floyd. at lunch with Stanton, tells of his boyhood. Stan- ton again meets Miss Carlisle and they dine together. Stanton comes to track ■Ick, but makes race. They have acc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 10 June 1913

Em m m I SUN "v,u ; J BANG EH W. I,. ERWIN [OBR & ERWIN, E1ITMS AND ntOPBIETOBS. TUB CASS COUNTY SOJN jraWlnhed every Tueiiday, is ehtoftx] at the Hoitcu {lostolllco as SeooudlClasg mutter. kat8s of subscription: v Single copy pcf year ' $1.00 six months ' 50 cents No papers sent out without the cash jfl advance ; paper stopped when time is out, or lire lose ft. Obituary notices and cards of thanks will be inserted at two-and-a-half cents pti line For State Senator. We are authoriaed-to announ- ce Hon. T. D. Rowell, of Jeffer- son, Marion County, Texas, as a candidate for State Senator of the First Senatorial District to succeed Hon. Horace W. Vaughatt, who is now n member of Congress. • Mr. Ilowcll's ability and faith- fulness is well kuown. Ho has served his people very creditably in the Legislature and is capa- ble of making a splendid Sena- tor from this District. Ho will appreciate your support and in- fluence. The Election will be held on July' 19ih, 19KJ. Hon. C. A. NVhec...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 10 June 1913

/ mmm .ii. iAitL ,.*j _ .'■-ik-.t, ) I y-v...;... . : ■{"■;*%«} Y !/v.;'\.;': JJVJVO UWCEMENTS We an authorized to announce the following candidates for State Senator to succeed Horate W. Vaughan, resigned. Spcci a Selection July M, 1913. For State Senator, 1st Senatorial Dist.— T. D. ROW ELI, Jefferson, Marion County, Texas. A. C. OLIVER, SR. Douglassvilie, Cass Co., Texas. C. A. WHEELER, Texarkana, Bowie Co., Texas. >W M' ■' $$4 LOCAL INTELLIGENCE Cheeeo at Sam Pint's. Mi'S9 Alice O'Nea', of Atlanta, ia hero on n visit to Miss Mollie Nelson. Lemons at Sam Fanta. Tube paints, nil colors at the Cabin Drug Store. J. L Allgood, W. O..Lenamon, C. B. Funt and Jim Key, of Lanier, wero in town Sunday. Swift Premium Hams at Marett & Flint's. Solo Rice in packages, free from dust at K. Wynn's. Drrs? Ginghams 71c per yard at W. 0. Blulopk A Oi.. ■ t iilisters on ibe hands, burns, scalds, old sores, lame back and rheumatism arc till subject to the fjreat healing and pen- etrating power...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 10 June 1913

- *#*• ? \ t::§l^ iiiSSglSBHi mm — SWEET SAUCES —1— -— — |>MI ANIMENT8 TO 8UIT ACL * K.IND8 OF PUDDINQA "jH lJpy i daily Delicious I* One for ThOM 'Who Prefer a Mixture Like th* Caramel—Sauce Containing Madeira W'r>«. Caramel Sauce—Put eight table- f tepoonfuls of white sugar Into a sauce- : |pan upon the fire with two tableapoon- ' fula of water. Stir It constantly wit* a wooden spoon for three or four mini jutes until all the water evaporates an* ,watch It carefully till it turns a dell« «ate brown color. In the meantime put Into another saucepan twelve ounces of sugar, half the yellow rind ■of a lemon sliced thin, two Inches ■of Etlck cinnamon, and a quart of ■cold water. Bring these gradually to * boll and let them sinjmer for ten 'minutes, then add a wine glassful of /wine or half as much brandy. Strain (the whole Into the caramel quickly, 'ml* them together well, and serve the aauce with any pudding desired. English Sweet Sauce—Put Into a saucepan the yolks of four eggs ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 10 June 1913

& v- i J Jv '2/ Hr8ll$5 iff prf- i#' ,-1' Vr . Li. i-: I ■'<11 *:J;:> gWsijS -' J 1 M>i 4sr'Wi ®M- I /■ V «= = IPASTE FILLING MOST HANDt When Many Sandwiches Are to B Made Thla la Practically the Only Way. When refreshments for an evenlni (party are under consideration, th« cood old-fashioned way of making sandwiches—by flrst cutting the bread, then spreading It with butter, and then laying in a filling of sliced or chopped Slant—la out of the question. Before the last sandwich has be«n added to the Vila the flrst ones will have become h^elessly dried out and probably the paity will be well under way. A paste filling is the quickest u4 beat concomitant when a number (4 sandwiches are to be turned out In I short time, and given two bowls d paste filling with different Ingredients, several loaves of sandwich bread—pur. chased the previous day to Insure Just the right degree of dryness withoul stateness—and a good sharp knife, one can pilo up sandwiches by the score 1p alm...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 10 June 1913

-u-x^Lii. Lil_ -i-^- ■ LL.IU-U^ niHRR % <; ,yz . •,. -■,., > - . i'lS' * ^Mll'llli—W—— .. * • " — — ' V?"™ } IPANII KIND8 _C. WEAVER,'prbsidbnt C. fi. DAVIS, 1st v-prbs. mE ™$4 S. E. GEORGE, trbasurbr C- *'• £1 m. Who P Car&mf topoonfutf }pan upor tfuls of i m woodf fiitoB ur (vr atch WESLEY MORSE, 2nd V-pr-s * The Caddo Co-Operative Oil & Gas Co. Incorporated Under the Laws of the State of Texas. LINDEN, TEXAS Invite you to co-operate with them in the development of |5 Cass and Marion County oilfields. Invest $22.50 in a Home Development proposition. A Lot and Co-Operative Contract shares in all of their developments. WHITE FOR INFORMATION. LINDEN TRANSFER CO. LIVELY ANt> FEED STABLE. ——WE HANDLE BRICK, LIME AND SHINGLES. C " -g" - r-w- y -v -- - -n - n ,• n , - - ±\L # l ill 1 P $ i CABIN DRUG STORE GEORGE & BARTLETT, Proprietors 0 I w Everything in the Drug Lin. Toilet Articles, Stationery, Tobacco and Cigars. In fact, most everything usually kept in a first-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 17 June 1913

^ wlm fi ** i%."\. etfe" $m m « > ES '"•/,£.*'V iv^ ' A «• * ••" t; BING ER & KRWW, FubliMhem. }• A. Paper Devoted to the best Interests of the People. < Subscription, II OOPer As vol. 3ag|m|i^ LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JUNE 17, 1913. NO. 24. THE s PENAL AND CIVIL CODE OF ORDINANCES of the CITY OF LINDEN, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS. CHAPTER VIII (Offenses Against tho IJorson.) Ai t. 78. The use of any unlawful violence upon the person of another, with intent, to injure him, whatever be Iho means or de- gree of violence used, is an assault and battery. Any attempt to commit a battery or any threatening gesture showing within itself or by words accompanying it an immediate intention coupled with the ability to commit a battery is an assault. Art. 79. When an injury is caused by violence to the person, the intent to injure is presumed and it rests with the person inflict- ing the injury to show the accident or innocent intention. The in- jury intended may be either bodily pain, constra...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 17 June 1913

Editor* and Prop*. tar* 200 RECRUITS REVOLT IN MEXICAN CAPITAL 'only prompt action prevents their starting 8treet con- test with federals. CHEERED FOR CA8RANZA Mutiny Follows News That They Are to be Sent Into Field Against Revolutionists. City of Mexico.—Two hundred Irreg- ulars, who were recently recruited, mutinied in the Peravillo barracks, when they learned that they werejto be sent into the field. They cheered for Carranza, the rebel leader, and were preparing to take chances of gaining a following in the streets against the government when they found themselves looking into the guns of the men of the Twenty- ninth, the same regiment which occu- pied the palace when Francisco Ma- dero was captured. This regiment had been rushed across the town to quell the mutiny and the irregulars surrendered without a light. Although there is apparently no rea- son for alarm, the people of the cap- ital aro manifesting keen anxiety. Stories of a most alarming character were prevalent. The mu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 17 June 1913

, *6' 1 PPPPll */W;r -•inclen'fltec, Co > , I SBaPP! =3"*jl m**mk com ■ Xa&XfF. ■ v JT^lV '•••-■• A" ; V, fip : '*!. . "* v *« .' 7^'. ' <i 1 ,• , "it- V&r ! f ; -■• 'f • "t, £"•*■£?$ pf./'r ' ■ f . -V-#* 4-T'W#^ fei 10 ' <"•tfylvzir'- TfiORNBUGGH SYNOPSIS. At the beginning of great automobile rtou the mechanician or the Mercury, Btanton's machine, (trope dead, atrunxe youth. Jetse Floyil, volunteers, and la ao- cepted. In the rest during the twenty- four hour race Htanton meets a stranger. Miss Carlisle, who Introduces herself Thr Mercury wins race. Stanton receives flowers from Miss Carlisle, which he Ig- nores. HI anion meets Miss Carlisle on a train. They alight to take walk, and train leaves. Stanton and Mlsa Carlisle follow In auto. Accident by which Stan- ton Is hurt Is mysterious. Floyd, at lunch with Stanton. tells of his boyhood. Stan- ton again meets Miss Carlisle and they dine together. Stanton comes to track elek, but makM race. They have acci- dent. Fl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 17 June 1913

1 1 ij'ijrA ■: .."■ "a ' p^t'' | :4^ WA; ( -I. $■:• . fi ■v >Skv\:- ■ •' ' ■ t$f JSJ&. * J. IC. A. BANUKR W. t. KRWIN BANGER & ERWIN, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. col THECALS COUNTY SUN published every TuobcIbv, Is cutere<l at tlie fclutleu jjostotlico an SecondJClasti matter. Kates of subscription: ©ingle copy per year ' $1.00 " six months ' 60 cents No papers sent out without, the cash in advance; paper stopped when time is j out, or we lose it. Obituary notices and cards of thanks will^e inserted at two-and-a-half cents pe line Champion Onion, An ouion weighing 2% pounds and measuring 10 inches in cir- cumference is on exhibit at the Gass County State Bauk. It was raised by Mr. F. L. Frost, of our town,who says he has more near- ly as large. Synopsis of the District Confer- ence, Linden, Texas,June 10. Conference met with Presiding Elder in the chair. Nearly all the preachers and quite a num- ber of local preachers and dele- gates wore in attendence. Rev. J. W. Thread w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 17 June 1913

I y | IB - K IteE are autttMHPI to announce ttK _ ling 10 ' • ' eed Homo* W. Vtrofttfti*. resijgfitdr •inl election July }Sf, 1913. Pot fitite Senator, list Senatorial Dtstft- V. f* KOWl-U, 'W fdJcifctSti, Mai kin County , Texas. A. C. dtlVBR, SR. Douglassvilte, Cass Co., Texas. C. A. WHKELER, Texarkana, Bowie Co., Texas. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE Cheese at Sam Fant's. Miss Grace Curtrigbt, of Doug- lassville, was the guest of Miss Clifford Robertson last week. LertlOhs at Sam Fauls. Tube paints, all colors at the jCabiu Drug Store. Mrs. M. A. Stone, of Shiloh, is bore this week visiting bur daugh- ter Mrs. T. L. Nipper.' Solo Rice in packages, free from dust„ut K. Wyun'a. Blisters on the hands, burns, scalds, old sores, lame back and rheumatism are all subject to the great healing and pen- ctiating power of BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT. It is a marvelous pain re- lief. Price 155c, 00c and $1.00per bottle. Sold by the Cabin Drug .Store. B. B. Hatcher arid wife have a right sick child at their h...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 17 June 1913

TESTING CORN IN INCUBATOR 6E THE BOYS DIPPING VAT TO ERADICATE PARASITES icting Link Formed Between Parent and Teacher. jL nong Other Things Corn Club Hat for It* Aim Education of Head, Heart and Hande and Im- provement of Health. Borne of the objects of boys' corn «lubB are as foliowb: (1) To encouraga more Intensive farming by using the best known methods of soli building, selection of seed, seed testing, cultivation of corn, etc. (2) To ofTer a medium through ■which vocational guidance, Inspira- tion, Information, and careful direc- tion can be given to the average boy now in rural life. (3) To adapt the boy to his agri- cultural environments and make him capable of self-expression within these environments. (4) To teach the value of Intellect- ual guidance, careful observation, cul- tural comparison and investigation, and the need of a broader education for the farming population. (5) To teach the boy the proper adaptation of plant life to local cli- matic and soil conditions. (...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 17 June 1913

I I MAKE OLD LIKE NEW — /1 SOME SUGGESTIONS ABOUT RE. FINISHING OF OLD FURNITURE. Much to Be Don* Before the Actual Work of Putting on the Enamel la Begun—Cleanllneaa Moat Important. When old furniture la to be enam- eled to give It a new leaae of life there la a good deal to be done be- fore the actual putting on of the enamel, and upon this preliminary preparation depends the success. Be- gin by giving each piece a thorough good scrubbing with hot water, Boap^ and a strong bristle brush. This scrubbing brings awny any dirt and chips of paint, leaving a surface clean, but chipped where the bits of paint have come oil. T' en take a olece of fine sandpaper ai (1 ~ub the furniture all over with It, and It must bt a really fine sandpaper, as a coarse piece would scratch and spoil the sur- face. Then If your furniture is to be enameled white the next step is a coat of white paint, not enamel but Just flat white paint. Put this on first with a small brush, filling In all the chipped plac...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 17 June 1913

ioi Jft *{&] • - &S£ WW*-* NtKTIGK! AVER, mesiobnt c. K. DAVIS, jrr v-ifcss. ..., $>. R- GEORGE, treasurer WESLEY MORSE, 2<*d v-pr ;s I >? y rthe Caddo Co-Operative Oil & Gas Co, Incorporated Under the Laws of the State of Texas. LINDEN, TEXASJ - -J- 4- * Invite you to co-operate with them in the development of &asd and Marion County oil fields. Invest $22.50 in a Home Development proposition. A Lot and Co-Operative Contract shares iu all of their development, ""White for information. mh ■ i—j 111 mil. Ullllim IMW if U—— LINDEN TRANSFER CO. lilVEf^Y AND FEED STABLE, WE HANDLE BRICK, LIME AND SHINGLES. fjh \p> CABIN DRUG STORE GEORGE & BARTLETT, Proprietors Everything in the Drug Lin. Toilet Articles, Stationery. Tobacco and Cigars. In fact,, most everything usually kept in a first-class drug store. 'SHERIFF'S SALE THE STATE OP TEXAS, 1 ! County of Cass. t By virtue ! of an Order of Sale", issued out of the' Honorable District Court, of Cass County ' o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 24 June 1913

BIN6ER A EHWIN, Publishers. } A. Paper Devoted to the best Interests of the People. •{$ub«cription, $100 Per Anni^ VOL. 38. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JUNE 24, 1913. NO. 25; V n \ i i ) • I I M ' I { 9 m ' If ' Hi (s I MI v PULL TOGETHER. There are cities of 40,000 on the map of the United States where the people pull together for the common good, even fight to gether for it if necessary. But they do not waste their time fighting wind-mills. They do not waste their time knocking their neighbors. They do not waste their time in croaking and cavilling. They do uot. find fault with everything and everybody except themselves. They do not demand that oil tho people shall look through their sinokpy glasses ov else be branded as heretics. (iod Almighty made man to do great things. ile did not make him to crawl on his belly and snarl and whine. Lie made him to be a builder, a creator, a developer, a wealth maker. He created him to move for- ward, not to stand still or re- trograde. The people ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 24 June 1913

EES—. COUNTY SUN =====¥■ Bangsr ft Erwin, Editor* and Prop*. / ./T '.f I Vi \ -1 jSfc V ,iv h SCIENTISTS SAIL FOR THE FAR NORTH DPI. STEFFANS80N AND PARTY TO LOOK FOR UNKNOWN LANDS. TO BE GONE THREE YEARS 'Canadian Government la Financing Ex pedition for Commercial and . Practical Purposes. Victoria, B. C.—The Canadian polar expedition, which will spend three ,years in the arctic under the direo tlon of Vilhjalmar Stefansson, discov- erer ot the blonde Eskimos, set out June 17 when the old whaler Karluk, Captain Robert Bartlett, with ten scientists and a crew of 15 men, steam ed from Victoria for the Far North. The Karluk's first port of call will be Nome, Alaska, where she is ex- pected to arrive about July 7 and await the coming of Dr. Stefansson and Dr. R. M. Anderson, who will travel from Seattle by mall steamer. J>r. Stefansson does not expect to leave Nome until July 20. He called attention to his letter of instructions from the Canadian government which It financing the ex...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 24 June 1913

:L * I MPS w# 4 1 > H'J I In Memory of Little Reeves. ■ * Little Reeves Taylor, son of 0. -. | , I H ■ > ■ . Il ' BRWIN, EDITORS AND PROfRIETORS. 1 Licensed to Wed. William IT. Thomas to Miss . and Hattie Taylor, was born Irbie E. Childs TIIBOAHB COUNTY BUN published every Tnouddy, Ik entered at tb« Lluden pontolHco as Secoud.Claim matter. hates 01' subscription: Single copy p,er year ' $1.00 " • six months ' SOccnts Nopapers sent out without the cash In advance; paper stopped when time i# out, or we lose it. Obituary notices and cards of thanks wilt be inserted at two-and-a-half cents pei line ELECTION RETURNS. Following is the returns of the election held to determine wheth- er or not u special tax of 15cenis shall be-assessed on each $100 valuation of taxable property in Cass county. Those favoring the tax were in the majority by 154. For Against, Linden. .112 .Kildare ....22 1 junior 15 Bear Creek ;.l -1 Uallaway 19 Aviuger 37 Hughes Springs 17 Hermitage 0 Marietta 18 Dal ...

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