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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 30 September 1913

I li itSF/ '1* \ - . .. - • . /IN ERWIN, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. TUTS CASS COUNTY SUN published every Tuesday, is entered et the Uwten postollloe as Second,Clans matter. rates of subscription: Single copy per year ' $1 -00 " six months ' 50 cents No papeits scut out without the cash In advance; paper stopped when time is out, or we lose it. - Obituary notices and cards of thanks wil' be inserted at two-and-a-half cents pc> line NOTICE. Public notice is hereby given that we have sold the Cabin Drug Store stock of Drugs to Mr. Davit! H. Morris. Mr. Mor- ris will continue tlie business at the the same stand and in the same house, until the brick building is completed, which will be by the 1st of December, after which time ho will occupy the brick building on the same ground. The accounts and books of George & Bartlett are left in the bauds of Mr. Morris, at the Cabin Drug Store, where ,you can call and stttle same. We wish to thank our many friends for their pationage dur- ing ...

Publication Title: Cass County Sun, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 30 September 1913

mm Vial" *v' " ' ' ■ , <■•■<.. ■• <-a ■- m p 5fc a«K LOCAL INtELLIGJSJYCH! Lemons at Sato Ftfnts. Keg Pickles at Sam Fant's. Mrs Lula McCall, of Douglass- vill, is here visiting her mother Mrs. F. E. Rogers. Cooking oil at flam Fant's. For Buggy Harness see I. N. Marett. If you want I'eed stuff see the Transfer people. Mrs. Drew Porter and sister-in- law Miss Laura Porter v.eut over to Atlanta yesterday. IIEKBINE i9 the medicine that cures biliousness, malaria arid constipation. The first dose make you feel better, a few additional doses cures completely. Price 50c. Sold by Cubin Drug Store. Cuttolene at lv. Wynn's. / ■ 1 Go to Sam Font for. all kind of staple and fancy Groceries. Mr. G. 0. Simmons and daugh- ter, of Center Grove community, were shopping in town yesterday. Dots of bart)wire, staples and nails at 1. N. Marretts. Buy you a good Saddle from Harris, Duncan <fc Fant. Call on lv. Wynn and look at his Linden heavy $3.00 Shoes. Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Latham, of (,'a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 30 September 1913

. .' PI■■ •■•'•' "^' ■K£M5£^ HIPP •' 'r^MBWBPr^' J/'s !SmRSRS9S9@$te •••?? ■ •■•■' w I = ■Klpl iPSSSO'®? iillH ; J I j' Hi, 18 I^ji lit Uli I ' I i SEED SELECTED EARLY Farmer May Be Reasonably Sure of Corn Stand Next Year. Consideration of Strength and Char- acter of Corn 8talk, Height of Ear From Ground and 8lze of Shank 8hould Be Noted. (By C. P. BULL.) One of the main reasons why seed corn should be selected early is to be reasonably sure It will grow the fol- lowing year when planted. Early se- lected seed corn Is the corn that usu- ally gives the best stand. Without a good stand it is impossible to get a maximum yield, and it costs no more to raise a field of corn with a perfect stand than it does to raise a field with a 60 to 70 per cent, stand. Every good kernel of seed corn Jpfi.s in it a live, though very small, corn plant This plant is tender and easily injured, unless kept under favorable the ground, and the alia of the shank, should be noted. A stalk does not necessarily...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 30 September 1913

Hf&fCTlJft .j. , iira ' f ' I Vi {giPHESMHHI . ? wsiPifew • ^iCrTWhmii. 1/ / ' I ' I' . -■v "life7' " 'Hv** P|;- xvt^'v ,,;v ;. WHEN CLEANING HOUSE •IMPLE8T AND QUICKEST METH- ODS OF DOING THE WORK. HouMwIfa of Experience, of Court*, Ha* Her Own Manner of Doing Things, but Theaa Hlnta May Bo of Valuo. For those who have put off their houaecleanlng from the spring to the autumn the time of reckoning haa finally arrived. Porhapa a few worda as to the simplest and quickest way to get through this period of trial may be welcome to many housewives. If you own a house start at the top and work downward. If you are a flat dweller, begin In the room far- thest away from the hall door, always leaving the kitchen until the last. One direction applies to every room In the house. First take down all hangings and draperies. The carpets, too, must come up. If any of these are to be replaced by new, the old coverings should be immediately sent to the laundry or cleaners. If not, they should be...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 30 September 1913

PK4«Hlfti ff, ^ ■- • J P."' J. j m I a fc® zl I / ♦,. t*M- ■?, A* fiX. ,>ty v.". r, .\yf-_ ■ ■ .a "' .. " ' fiyy:3 _M L- -L--L .... •AVV, Linden Hardware &'"Furniture Co. FUNERAL DIRECTORS COMPLETE AND VARIED STOCK CASKETS, COFFINS, BURIAL SUITS AND ROBES. Very best attention given calls day orji^pt PRICES TO SUIT ALL. ' TOZIERS COOLING BOARD ''AND WALNUT "STOOLS FURNISHED FREE. Day Phone 00 Night Phone 17 LINDEN, TEXAS. CABIN DRUG STORE GEORGE & BARTLETT, Proprietors 1 Everything in the Drug Line. Toilet Articles, Stationery, Tobacco and Cigars. t In fact, most everything usually kept in a first-class drug store. are Here to Please LINDEN TRANSFER CO. LilVEi^Y fiNt> FEED STABLE. WE HANDLE BRICK, LIME AND SHINGLES. 1LU.JII' -J- D1KKCJTO H Y ;M Little Talk on Food Values. t'lMi relies BAPTIST E. R. Davis, Pastor. Sunday School at 10 o'clock a. m. each Sunday, S. H. Vance, Superintendent. Preaching every Fourth Sunday by the Pastor'af 11 a. m. and at night Prayer meeting...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 7 October 1913

"**'« ,.A„ ;• _ IHX.IK & Publishers. )■ A. Paper Demoted to the best Interests of the People. {Subscription, «1 <M> Per vol. 38. Linden, texas, Tuesday, october 7, 1013. no. 40. |he World-Wide Scarcity of-Meat. Monday, September 22, the American Meat Packers Associa- tion met in Chicago. " Tlie ^im- mediate purpose of the meeting was to stimulate cattle raising in the United States. The meat house situation and that of con- sumers of meet food products in this country are both in a condi- tion more precarious than at any other time in our history," the report sta ted. ^ "We are facing conditions in the production of meat food pro- duets v • . u-it.r, which would have -been shortage of the world long ago ., ... . .. . ', ., .. .. . * thought nnpossiable. ten years attracted the attention of the , - ... . . . , | ago. J he shortage of livestock, packers. It is now being'brought . . , . , , f . <i„ .. .a ♦ winch has been impressed upon home to the consumer and to I , . , 1...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 7 October 1913

mmrnm You never tasted daintier, lighter, fluffier Macnlta than those, baked with Calumet, They're always /? p good — delicious. For Calumet in-. ■area perfect baking. RECEIVED HIGHEST AWARDS I W«rikr« Pur. Food FunoeitUin Chicaxo ^ lL PwW Exj ss* Man*. i ^/NQ, Tm Jou't ure money when yon boy cheap or blf-cao I baking powder. Don't bo misled. Bay Calumet. It's I aaore economical—more wboletome—gives best res nits, f Calnmet is far superior to sour milk and soda. ■ i Sorry for the Chickens. Dorothy was visiting her grand par- rots in the country for the first time. Seeing a quantity of feathers scatter- d about the barnyard, she shook her liead in disapproval. "Grandpa," she told him gravely, "you really ought to do something to keep your chickens from wearing out o."—Everybody's Magazine. RINGWORM SPREAD ON HAND R. F. D. No. 2, Dox 67, Ellijay, Ga — "My son's ringworm began on the back of his hand. A fiery red spot came about as large as a dime and it would itch so badly ho would sc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 7 October 1913

, i • /• TEXAS BREVITIES WOMEN u& Ploydada voted- $20,000 in bonds last week for vqateworks Improver meats. • ' • • • The Collin county bank was recently organized at Anna with a capital of $36,000. ♦ • The First Christian congregation at Ennls haye decided to erect a $20,000 church building. • • Work has started on a $40,000 church building at Tyler for the First Presbyterian congregation. * * . A AVaxahachin cotton buyer last week bought 168 bales of cotton for which he pal5 14 cents on an average. * * * A $50,00 grape company was or- ganized recently at Texarkana in the interests of the grape growers of that vicinity. • • • The city of Sherman ha« let con- tracts to the amount of ® '.000 for the improving of 12 miles of roads within the city limits. I * The city of Haskell has just com- pleted the lay'ng of about 5,500 feet of 4-inch water mains, being an ex- tension of the present system. • • The tax rolls just completed In Bex- ar oounty show a valuation of $105.- 898,862, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 7 October 1913

m WW TEXAS MIN - , ■ -- llVlMB I ■! I r tv: V I! v.. ImB mJ J. K. A". BANUBK W. h. KRWIN BANGER & ERWIN, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. TflKCASS COUNTY SUN published #Ve"y Tuesday, Is entered at the Linden postollloe as BecjQti d,ei as«* r fctter, KATES op subscription: Single copy per year ' $1.00 " six months ' fiO cents No pa pets sent out without the cash lit AdvanqS; paper stopped when tyne is out, or we lose it. Obituary notices and cards of thanks will be inserted at two-and-a-half cents pei line III this duy of progress the mail who would succeed must be informed about the worlds do- ings. The local paper gives him local information which is need- ful, but it cannotcover the'whole field. Hence the man who would keep step with the marchj of the times will take a general news- paper. The Fort Worth Semi-Weekly Record lias taken front, rank among the great publications of t he South and Wtest. It is speci- ally prepared for the reader who has not the time or the oppor- tunity to ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 7 October 1913

Skbj!$SH| lul ■ V I pwmm Ml rap . ■ , yW£'k /-Jim local itimmtm Lemons at Sara Fants. Keg Pickles at Sara Foot's. Cooking oil-ftt Satti Fant's. For Buggy ftiirness aee I. N. Mn'rutt. It' you Want feed stuff see the Transfer people. W. (J. Henderson, of Trial Farm) was in the city yesterday. Coftoleho ot ¥TWynb^. Go to Sam Pant frtr rifl kind t)f 9tnj)lo and faucy Groceries. Lola rtf bnrbwire, striples and nails at 1. N. Marretts. Buy you a good Saddle from Harris, Duncan & Fant. C. M. McFnrland hns moved Into the old Baptist parsonage. Men's atid Boy's llats and (Japs in all the late styles Jil«t roceiAed at I N. Marett's. Five pounds roasted cotl'ee for $ I 00 at Sam Fant's. Pork and Deans at K. Wynn'a. If yon want a <jnod Ham try Swifts Premium at Marett & • Fant's. 1. E. Lnnlei', ot Jefferson, visit- ed relatives and friends here Sat- urday fttnd Sunday. BuJ your coffins* caskets and burial suits from John S. Mor- ris. ,/uFt fceueivtd'at A. M.AIlduys n fre-di line of t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 7 October 1913

Wsm$Jl o7L\->- 1 -. r- .. 51*•*-?, iJl E*&2* ^jii L$S [ - ■ « ', -■• r-*.«w* THE CASS COUNTY SUN ' & •- I I -RS I Banger A Erwin, Editors and ProM. UNPEN. .... TEXJl* HOUSE PASSES TARIFF BY URGE MAJORITY SMITH-LEVER COTTON PROVISION WINS BY SLENDER MARGIN OF TEN VOTE8. TEXUS MEMBERS DIVIDED Seven Support Substitute While Eight Cast Their Lot with Clarke Amendment. -== mmm ■ ' *$&?<&?'■ Jreaa I^SI _kj"8 umjf. ini J --jJR * A, • "-V -■' Washington.—The report of the con ferenee committee' on the Democratic tarfff bill passed in the house of rep- resentatives Tuesday by a vote of 264 to 103, a majority of 151 votes. Oil May 8 the house pase«d the Under- wood bill by a vote of 281 to 139, a majority of 142. This shows that the conference report was adopted by nine more majority than was the bill Itself last May. This was due mainly to unpaired absentees. Four Progressives and three Republicans voted for the con- ference report. On the other hand, four Democrats vot...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 7 October 1913

Nil KM mm mi, A'? v- I ■ V- . : 'WM-ww. , .-' •> rb'4 '; f I"* •' ■ V *-•> ' m #$g ■, APOMANCE OF Section SWWE3TED BY THE PLAY 0T BMJL ARMSTRONG Smith \ — X COPYRI(jHT 3910 -frr HARPEP PRQTBr.RS '••• v ii-iv r •r .'"at ffi&tSp f|$ ■ * 8YNOP8I8. ' Cow bo of the Klylng Heart ranch ars lieartforoken Ver the low of their much- girlzert phonograph by the defeat of their champldh In a foot-race with the cook of the Centipede ranch. A house party Is on at the F ylng Heart. J. Walllngford Speed, cheer leader at Yale, and Culver Covington, IHter-colleelate champion run- tier, ure expected. Helen Blake. Speed's ■weetheart, Vicornes Interested In the loss of the phonograph. She sutcKests to Jean Chapln, slsttr of the owner of the ranch, that she Induce Covington, her lover, to win back the phonograph. Helen declares that If CoTlngton won't run. Speed will. The Cowboys are hilarious over the pros- pect. Spetd and his valet, Ijirry Glass, trainer at Yale, arrive. Helen Blake asks Speed...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 7 October 1913

I irn< W:*9h. W: * ■■ f pm "4 _!? fW rv ' iff , " [M I Linden Hardware & Furniture FUNERAL DIRECTORS COMPLETE AND VARIED STOCK CASKETS, COFFINS, BURIAL SUITS AND ROBES. Very beat attention given calls day or, night PRICES TO SUIT ALL. T TOZIERS COOLING BOARD 'AND WALNUT STOOLS FURNISHED FREE. Day Phone 00 Night Phone 17 LINDEN, TEXAS. Reunlou, Tyler DIKEO. til it relies W$W! LINDEN TRANSFER •CO. LilVEf^Y AND FEED STMBLiB. WE HANDLE BRICK, LIME AND SHINGLES. Allen Urquhart, DRUGGIST. THE BEST OF EVERYTHING IN THE DRUG LINE. Mail Orders Filled Promptly. Moseley Bldg. Jefferson, Texas. —w——— 1 a L. C. WEAVER, PRBsisn.vr, C. Ii. DAVIS, 1st v-prbs. S. E. GEORGE, treasurer WESLEY MORSE, 2\d v-rris The Caddo Co-Operative Oil & Gas Co. Incorporate J Under the Laws of the State of Texas. LINDEN, TEXAS Invite von to co-operate with them in the development of Cass and Marion County oil fields. Invest in a Home Development proposition. ^ A Lot and Co-Operative Contract shares in all ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 14 October 1913

KfUmmi 1 *' : '• ,U.i • '"••;'' •: "■•'■■'■ ,.vK i&V-"! ■ • >&? ' " . ' #j PI !& 4*/; 'v'. ' - ill I.- ' .i - ' Ww^iS ■;f .. ' BitNGEIt & ERWl^l, PnbliilieH. i A. Paper II)ovoted to the bdet Interests of the People. {SubecripMon, fl OO Per Annwa VOL. 38. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1013. NO. 41. IS IT FLYING YOUR WAY? BE prepared to catch and bold a portion of all that flies your way. We have th9 cage. Yon will be curprised how fast the cage will fill after you make the start. OPPORTUNITY PASSES THE MAN WITHOUT MONEY. How many times could you have made a good invest- mentis or bought a home if you hnd saved for the first pay- nirnt? Don't delay; Start toddy. CASS COUNTY- STATE BANK LINDEN, TRXAS COTTON MILLS USE LESS THAN ONE PER CENT OF PRODUCTION PROGRAM Of 10-00. .in-no, 11:30. 12:00 i:30 2:00 9:30. 3:15. 4,00. 7:00. 7:30. tf-ijO. 10:00. 11.00. 12:00. 1:30. 9:00. 2:15. 2:45. 3:45. 7:00. 7:30. 0:30. 11:00. 12:00. • ^ ^ 1:30. Fifteen Hundred More Cotton M...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 14 October 1913

•'••'•: ■". .' 'lV1 " ' •,V|J*F '-■ ■ ' V' > ••• ■?•'''. ®{..";.' < I CASS COUNTY SUN | Banger & Erwln, Editors and Prop*. JlNDEN. - - - Tf-Yia PRESIDENT CONSULTS LEADERS IN SENATE END OF CURRENCY HEARINGS BY OCT. 18 OR OCT. 25 WILL B£ SATISFACTORY. -t—— PRESSURE MAY BE DEFERRED Unless Measure Is Unnecessarily De> layed, No Interference with Com- mittee Is Expected. Washington.—After President Wil- son had consulted with five of the administration supporters in the sen- ate Tuesday morning 1 t became known .that Monday's decision of the committee on banking and currency to end hearings on the Owen-Glass bill by Oct. 18 or Oct. 25 would be constructed by the president as an almost satisfactory response to his demand for quick action. That de- mand has never been made directly to the committee responsible for the delay and it Is now believed that un- less the committee's study af the bill Is unduly prolonged after the hear- ings are closed, no personal pressure •will be p...

Publication Title: Cass County Sun, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 14 October 1913

w* tC I to I> mm , jR<iiwR • { Mwrm My, > jaj-j! ' -> , j MMC I «S IJJf!Mr..liL i#!M rnasimtm LOCAL iNTtiLLIGEMCE Plenty of sfchori! books for all the country athools at J. . J. Story's. "" M """ ■*" r ■ ■ ■ * "■■ Lerapne at 8am Fanta. Keg Pickles at Sam Fant'g. . Cooking oil at Sam Fant's. C. C. Viaid paid us a pleasant Visit while in town yesterday.* If you want feed stuff see the Transfer peoplie. . Cottolene at K. Wynn's. Win&otiie Mail Enamel nt Cabin Drug Store. Go to Sam Fant for all kind cf staple and fariey Groceries. Lots of bnrbwire, staples and iiaiis at I. N. Marretts. Buy you a good Saddle from Harris, Duncan & Fant. Men's and Boy's Hats and (Japs in-all the late styles just recei.\ed at I. N. Marelt's. Five pounds roasted coffee for $1.00 at Sam Fant's. Pork and Beans at K. Wynn's. . If you want a wood Ham try Swifts Premium at Marett & F ant'3. Miss Mat tie Grog-an, ofBioom- burg, is here visiting her sister Mrs. T. I.. Stanley. Winsome Nail B...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 14 October 1913

/ rouse Yourself" Get rid of that feeling of de- pression, commonly known as "the blues." It is only the liver that has become lazy as a result of impaired digestion and clogged bowels. Try HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS today and notice the improve- ment in your general health. It tones and strengthens the entire system. At an elevation of 100 feet at Bea the horizon Is a little more than 13 miles away. HEM'- III with •«M,h of persons wi b, mad* more nearly complete. Mrs-Wlnslow's Soothing: Syrup for Children teething, softens the gums, redueea Inflamma- tion,allays pain,caret* wind colic,25c a bottleJlAr The Sensation. I'pon returning from the city, Far- mer Green said to his friend: "Say, Aaron, I had a ride In my cousin's automobile while I was up to the city." "Wa-al," replied Farmer Green, "it •* emed a good deal like faliin' into a mighty deep well, only ye dropped etralght ahead instead of down'ards." the Not for Public Gaze. "George, there's a burglar in house." "Well, keep st...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 14 October 1913

Wm- ?*M _1 mm ••■V .- SfsSs . / .$jjH Wfc,.3f s*v ' ' IM- ««■ It Id Ih 1(1 P Id lat :i% ft U1 I0* for 11 3l« it, |'.ib ]nf fn'n The |r«<l raf It nr. 89 put* ICE. latok filing nils! kFr A ROMANCE S0WE3Tn) BY THE RAY ST vmmBmLAmmoiK II]ils^r;*te<? C-y dgzvr BePt Smith \ COPYRIGHT 191Q JY HARPER VBROTHERS SYNOPSIS. Cowboys of the Flying Heart ranch are tieartbroken over the loan of their much- prlxed .phonograph by the defeat of their champion In a foot-race with the cook of the Centipede ranch, A hoase party U on at the Flying Heart. J. Walllngford Bpeed. cheer leader at Yale, and Culver Covington, Inter-colleglate champion run- ner, are expected. Helen Blake, Speed's ■weetheart. becomes Intereated In the loss of the phonograph. She auggests to Jean Chapln, slater or the owner of the ranch, that she Induce Covington, her lover, to win back the phonograph. Helen declares that If Covington won't run. Speed will. The Cowboys are hilarious over the pros- pect. Speed and his valet. I...

Publication Title: Cass County Sun, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 14 October 1913

7 iliffc::' ' hHWBORbSSW! MM „ , \ " • '. ■ „ ;■ ,*i COUNTY SUN #. B A. BANGER W. L. ERWIN * BANGER & ERWIN, EDITORS m PROPRIETORS. tfflECASS COUNTY SUN published every Tueflday, is entereiVat the Llutlon i>o tofflce n yocond;ClnH matter. ratbs«f subscription: .., Single copy per year 1 $1.00 " six'inonths ' 50 cents No-papers sent out without t.he cash In advance; paper stopped when time is out, or we lose it. Obituary notices and cards of thanks wit'be inserted nt two-and-a-half cents pei line MASS MEETING CALLED. We, Hits uudersigned citizens and business men of Linden, hereby cull a mass (meeting of all the citizens of Justice Precinct No. 1, Cass County, Texas, to be held at the Court House in Lin- den on Tuesday, the 21st day of October, for the purpose of dis- cussing the plan and devising the best means of working and improving our public highways for good roads day to be ob- served November (he 5 and 6. Every citizen of Precinct num- ber 1 is earnestly requested to b...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 14 October 1913

tj-PfiS* fm !L!L 1 —~ P- iW. wwr ' MK/1 TEXAS BREVITIES Tbe National Nut Growers' asso- elation will hold Its annual session In Houston Nov. 5, 6 and 7. • * * Plans are on foot in Abilene for the erection of a six-story office building to cost |90,000. • * • TRe fourth annual exhibition of the Taylor poultry association will be held Nov. 24 to 29. • • • More than 1,000 entries have been received from the farmers of Hill county in the various departments of the Hill county agricultural fuir. • * The first two silos to be erected In Orange county were recently com- pleted by farmers near Orange. The siloe will be used as an experiment. • • Seventy thousand dollars was paid recently for 681! acres of land located In Tom Green county. This is one ol the largest land deals recorded In that county. « * The president of the Tennessee rtil- road arrived in San Angelo recently, accompanied by a staff of experts who began a survey for a railroad be- tween this point and San Antonio. • . Heavy...

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