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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 18 June 1907

ii-w? JtfiiL :Ps. , ..., ■ ..,; ..-v.- m Kii! ftJi ' Hi aSK 1 mffifg K8®3 EVENTSOF EVERYWHERE TO CURE STOMACH TROUBLES. It la how planned for the Frisco to build Into San Antonio from Brady at the earliest possible date. The ppstofflce at Fort Worth Is sending large numbers of unmallable postal cards to the dead letter ofllce. According to a recent order of the Kailroad Commission, Carrollton is to have a union depot. Some of the material is already on the ground. Tom Brown, who resides three miles east of Palmer, had a team killed by lightning Wednesday. The team was worth about $200. A destructive cyclone swept over Burrachi, British India, and many eteamers were driven ashore and hardly a building was left standing. The French cruiser Chanzy, which went ashore on one of the Saddle Is- lands, May 20, may prove a total losa and has been abandoned. The last half of 1907 and the first half of the year 1908 will witness the largest producing capacity in steel in the history oI the Uni...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 18 June 1907

mm AND WAYS !?|dt/,inqj lliHt the aim to secure happiness for' ""o's salf, |t. must be ptit pur— to finil that which will yiejd La I'gtft and ijuickeet re- ttt-fnea. TM- is true of any sort °f investment, isn't it? That p' v^on who siiives to win hap- pincjjrf fui himself regardless ol the rights and pleasures of oth- ,5> ? i:; following a mistaken way —a way.that is sure to lead him i'i a direction contrary to that !l which lies heart's desirs, and hring him to unhappioess. The desire for happiness is good—al- ways good; it is God given. The mistakes we make in our seeking '/otrKV/' and rightly be- Oitdse the literal fUeaning of the word sin, in the original Greek, i* "i-o miss the mirk." No one will continue to make such mis- takes when he becomes wise enough to know that he is "on the wrong trac k;" this is self ev- ident, is it. not? Just as soon as r-(- Wrn-—.perhaps in the dear . . imol of (xp&rionoe—that no good can possibly come, to us t hrough harm dealt out to anoth...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 25 June 1907

- 2R*S Iv A. PtibliNlMi*. )■ .A T*aper IDovotod to tlio best Interests ol the I*' . :j) ' * " . ' -■ ' * . '■ LINDEN. TEXAS! TUESDAY, JUNE 2 iMm mmm KfiMfm . E> I H. WANTED 1,000 "Organists, to organize the col- ored people oi' file United State* into ThevN&gr<$ Farmer mid La- borers' Educational, Co-Opera1- live l.'uion of Arnei^ca. Chartef oc] by tlio State of Texas, and fopy-lliohtcd by the Tnited fttatew, and Indorsed by the Exe- cutive Co in mi t tee of the White Farmer > 1'irion of 'lVx-ns; !<«• ftirtlier particulars address, J. E-. A. Bang tin, Linden Texas. - , 11 K.MGOTsT, M. T>. Offers his services to the people of Linden oud Surrounding «eoti n t ry. I'ro in pfatten- tion given to nil calls <Jay ou. night, yb.ttr practice solicited. Office with Dr. Davis. Oall at J. 0. .(ioorlwnu'e Bur- "r- her Shop for first class work jEvervthin« efcfn mid niec, up- , * - . r ABOUT THE g RURAL MAIL SERVICE. RURAL MAIL SEK\ 1C1S.||;' Since penciling the article in t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 25 June 1907

WONT HANG BIG NEGRO GOV. CAMPBELL COMMUTES VAUGHN'S SENTENCE. ss County Sun. JOHN SANGER, Publish** LINDEN, - TEXAS sate t: tlf&ffiyfc ■ iji _Skp 1 I m Is*. Congressman Sheppard says work on Ked River will begin within a tew weeks. Officer Harry Hayden, of Amarillo, who killed R, w. Scott, was recently fined $100 for negligent homicide. The steamsh'p Humboldt recently eam-e from Alaska with $525,000. This is the first shipment ol! gold of the season. Thomas A. Edison is quoted in an terview as predicting that before long science will enable the farmer to en- rich his lands by means of nitrogen from the air. Nineteen cars of pipe nave b'een re- ceived at Piano from Pittsburg, Pa., for the Texas Company, which will be- gin laying pipe through there in a few $£ days. Steve Batla, a Bohemian laborer, on a farm several miles west of San Angelo, used a pistol to end his life Tuesday. He was 61 years of age, and the father of six children. The seventh annual session of the Retail Groce...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 25 June 1907

"Is •grows § SB? I f , _ 1 ■■ £ J ■ ri FROM ALL OVER TEXAS At tho city election of Grab-am the people voted /or bpnds for waterworks by «i majority of 15 to 1. Material la being unloaded for the now brick school building at llelden- •balmer, recently voted by the tax-pay- ' "era. Saturday's election at Roscoe to de i '•termine if the town should incorporate | resulted In a victory for the proposi- tion, the vote standing G5 to 18. Plans are being batured by a San Angelo company for the erection of a $65,000 opera house during the pres- ! ent year. A Fanners' Union Warehouse is go- ing to be built at Heldenhelmer. in Bell County, with a storage capacity of 1,500 bales. The Atlanta canning factory is now l eing operated in full blast. Quite a lot of peaches are being put up in the tannery at present. Among the improvements now go- jng on in Hubbard City is the erection ot' a twenty-one-room hotel, which is located on lots adjacent to the hot well *nd natatorium. It is stated that the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 25 June 1907

WWfflR , VV,. |';4& ft (| , * l- m9 Editor <& I Proprietor •■'"." — —.. 'i'llKOASH OOCNTY sun publUlted every Tuwiluv, it* (Hitoed ttie I !utlau.;'ostofl\,',« art Second CI&bb mutter RATUS t J' St.1 B9CRIPT10N: ^Single copy'fit*! year ' $1.00 " =.i:< ruont'hs ' 80 cents No papers ;.eut wttl without I he da sill in abvancU; paper stopped when time is •outj oi We ..lose it. * ,\ U THI Ufid* 'Obituary notices and en rets of thanks "Will be inserted at two and a kalf cents Ver line-. t ndieut ions "pointed to u lot'oT j-aii in Jturp., and it has- fallen, but it Tius. missed tUis secti-ou of the country. Kverv week there has been ihi abundance ofrain in sojfle parts. Last Friday the water fell in vloud bursts in i|Uite a number of places, at)me of which was not Very far off, but We are in the dry streak, and tire t;1 unices -ure wo will stay pretty dry. Henietnber,—Every man, eve- fry woman has a ro.w to hoe. Be diligent in I lie work. Don't let the poisonous weeds of e...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 25 June 1907

visiting J^artjn ts )row, tl Mr Flo 11 ingaworth was in thte M vrers the city ono day last week OaTfftt thG Cabin Drug Store for your cold drinks. J. C. Fant was in town the past week Hub one day liiSMveok" flit 1 '(j Fresh Ghreded Cocoanut and Chocolate at the Glass Front. Mr. Howard Myers was in the "Hub Friday. Fresh meal at C. H. Nelson's. J. T. Dodd was in town yes- 'terday. See that new line of St&tio'ti- ory at the Cabin Drug Store. :F. 'A. Crawford, <>!' near O'Far- Veil, is in town today. Cox & TSoi'den Hams, best tnade at C. H. Nelson's. W. YV. Martin was in town one day last week. Fishermen's supplies ot all E. W. Fant has been suffering sometime with a combination of cold, catarrh and neVirulgia o'f the head, which has given him much trouble will soon recover. Milk.Coolers at Glass Frifrit. Mi'B. C. M. Neison fot*'iirned Fri- ?sister few days. Ho will return to Queen City, today, where lie has a position in a drug store. Masons Fiuit Jars, Fruit liar Tops a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 25 June 1907

mw'i' ■AM DID i; FAILED IN 8MALL THINQ8. M«l )ut the Treat and She Cuts Congressman Evidently Was No Hero Out in Return. to Hi* Wife. 8& " r-4 •w "Com© early tomorrow evening ftu<l wo will sit. In the park," she had coyly salt! a« Walter bade her a lov ,riR KOod-night and went down the steps. had replied with a miille and a Urtd. H© .was a young and guileless man, and this was hia first love, ex- t>iaiua the New Orleauu Picayune. He had never been buncoed. The next day seemed never ondlng <0 him, but dually the sun went to bed and Walter found a girl hanging on bis arm and headed for a park. Un- der the budding trees they sat down to hear the last songs of the robins be- fore ruoeiing high. He sat with her hand in his, and for ten minutes "either spoke. Then Helen softly breathed into his ear: " l'hat must be an ice cream parlor across the street." "I thiuk It's a beer saloon." he re plied, as a chill went up his back. "Hut ladies are going in there." "Yes, but it is fa...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 25 June 1907

- THE BEST PHYSIC I I II II I if ■ I 1 1 I a (SLEEP IS INDEED A SWEET RE- STORER. This Is All That Most Victims of Nervous Breakdown Need to Recover Lost Health and Vigor. One of the features of modern times Is the prevalence of what wo term neurasthenia, or nervous break- down, says the London Kxpress. These names apply to a condition of physical and mental Ill-health which is tshe direct result of the age in which we live and the pace at which we are living. Massage and electricity and novel "treatments" and "cures" are called upon to repair what we have brought upon ourselves by our up- to-date ways of life, by worry and excitement. There are hundreds of women of the upper and middle classes just now bewailing their "nerves" and cry- ing out that headaches and insomnia and depression are spoiling their lives, 'i his is a neurotic age, and half the world of men and women not noly burn the candle at both ends, but in the middle as well. The strenuous life is almost a necessity to t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 25 June 1907

HM HM9| " I M0WL ■: 'v1 i"; - K&nfef v>; $kmt ..4 : .. , .Hmnsr^ w rn.IMMW.Mi irKKii TO Kt/B«ttECIIM:RS OtliPi Eves. sua rp In hor WidlW'M^p QUI* - I Poor l ut Honest. | rhr Th4;-othiT n«on a i;> "n town i "Are you doiu;r your by street \vh> re :t cro d of met to helj) solve the ehiid gather along t h? sunny walk a1- problttntf"' ter their (rips t>- near by "yuieh Child Lahtii I junches," there >.vr a little eceue j department «>fti'"i''y pwblis>lu?d ' '• • • 1 " • enacted which illustrates vividly I in the July Woman s lloint the attitude of "live and let live" 1 ('omiuuiioiK^Jf ^'ou roold look k^m:: i ■ sttrm llt'aufitH3 E'Yatti d Pictiu'c KKREPT Rl.lC i f itii ftv iv u be;ui{ i Committee in .. . ,, Th -TWICE-A National I St_ Louis, M< , i its ful fraimd i i-M is gy M Ufe. one : ion t< and :-ndi 5 J 2 x ; $1.00 1 which i.i the mark current ot the ordinary New Yorker. A yonng, smooth faced, sharp eyed chap climed upon an emp- j C o m p a n l o for a m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 2 July 1907

•' A. ISlIViiER, Publiflncr. VOL 82. WANTED 1,000 'Organizers,'tt) otgnttize the col- Y>r«l people of die United Stales, into The Negro Farmer and La- borers' Educational tJoiOpora- live Union of America. Charter- ed by the State of Texas, and Copy-Righted by the United States, and 'ndom>d by the Exe- CUtltft Committee of the White Farmerj Union of Texas; for further particulars address, J. E. A. Banger, Linden Texas. R.E/L&GONVM. IX Offers his services to the people of Linden and SHnoutidlng country. Prompt atten- tion given to all calls day or night, your practice solicited. Office with Dr. Davis. Call at J. 0. Goodman's Bar- ber Shop for first class work Evervtljing clean and nice, up- to-dnte hair cnt, sharp raisors and clean shaves, all in apple pie order. ,0. E DAVIS, M. D., mysiC'lAN an•) onsriciiiiclAN KINItKN, TRXA8. ' froaijrt nAtenliov gi*-tn to all calls >j;iy or night; prices to suit ill-1 hard times. Oilic; on w.st side of Court Hcftise square TuG roi.UOWl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 2 July 1907

%$Sm Wm f ■ iff ■ v •'■ '' ft ' i -•'■W' #2r , ••• ; / t The Cass County Sun.! RUSHING PIPE LINES IMS?* HP JOHN BANGER, Publish#*. LINDEN. - - TEXAS FULLY 1000 MEN ARE ENGAGED IN THE WORK. BUILD MANY GREAT TANKS Eastland is moving 10 build a cot- ton warehouse. Joe W. Dudley, a workman at the Atlas Brick Works, Ferris, was recent- ly caught in the machinery and seri- ously hurt Commerce has decided by a vote of 157 to 22 to issue bonds to the amount of $1G,000 for waterworks construc- tion. The State Board of Education has purchased an issue of $23,000 city of Brownwood five per cent waterworks bonds. Work has been commenced on the oil mill at Mineral Wells, and it is expected to have it completed by ear- "jr fall, to time for fall cotton. The City Council granted to E. F. Elkin and associates a franchise to erect a sewerage system in Bonham. The Commissioners' Court also grant- ed certain concessions for the county. About 1000 has been raised by the citizens of Wortham, to be expen...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 2 July 1907

TEXAS VS. UNCLE SAM WATERS-Pl ERCE OIL COMPANY HAS NEW RECEIVER. DORCHESTER PLUCKS PLUM Reason* Are That the Company Wants to 8e!| Out the Business. Sherman, Tex., June 20.—A. bill of complaint against the WaterB-Plerce OH Company was filed In the United States District Court yesterday by 8. fl. Cantey, an attorney of Fort Worth, representing Bradley W. Palmer ot Massachusetts, who prays for the ap- pointment of a receiver for the com- pany. It is claimed by the applicant that the Judgment rendered by the District Court of Travis County has been su- perseded by a sufficient appeal bond, which was signed as security by the American Security Company and John M. Kirby, and that in addition as fur ther evidence of their solvency the Waters-Pierce Oil Company had de- posited 12,000,000, with the security ■company for Its protection. That the company had also filed a supersedeas appeal bond supersed- ing the order appointing a receiver and that Judge Brooks of Travis Coun- ty had suspende...

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

a FAY 'I O.e 1 Vinericana Iho Mont Lawless Ptorle Among Civilized Nations. Orleans t-i lstii ill |oDii ^Wars ti ive I ll£l liatrdui, .>om Editor Hui: i LabdWa'S ' inerat i Ve v. a i .\r large illusfertted cat it is just off the pro-i the most substantial <maTan J DlOtj posaiui une pi 'J tor & "Proprietoi i ion in mre union 'of i« fnr t1n> union. All isert to -' 1 . A1. M-.' . 0 JST\ SUN'-pvjWiBll-a erprj- I II i-'iay, 'i® ent-I (1 Ube Liuiku l>oat olli • ond ClaRH mutter. I ever prune. positively hsh n I set that evei sfn torn I .union-, KIFTK PATES OF SUi: ill! UllS ' copy jki* y.va kix. months fjapefS sent om w iihoul ovancs; paper stopped wh?n trKi ii we lose it. ill,i call !i >11 on nan ituary notices and cards of th V. il) be inscited at two-and-a-ha-lf lint on 11 a i: <1 mco nin< ill. wnieu ■ acre u;e enuri I i OttO' .t< annually. lilt this in id the Picuyniu Patronize your home Tor "when your town gets into J1 trouble it is tlie oive you can re- ly...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 2 July 1907

V y IEJR WORK Y'K nt rf n tftnth. "Saturday ami fj good atfendancJ Bob Sal in oil fr, luu <)} t , .Allan1 a, Peoples ■, m s RGOTS toy Ivaalipg, I with C. II. Ne 11« 11iifpiif ivn 'T.ry/.i (rami w Vimim? his • VU* . •John Leonj Jfee Bewlev, ol 8fi 11 tt ii <riiT0r ggmgljijjmttmj Miu 1, rom fi ONE l nei'c was an ice cream supper jjgfVen at tire home of K.-W. Whip- w I I I I I \ I I I I f toc.ii Tlwce I.aTd at. J. N. MahittV Mr. Price of Lanier Was in the JI ah yeste'fdhy, Ortli at the Cabin Drug Store : !„!,(«, spent for your cobl drifiks. jciitiil home. J. It. ( loninger was in tow'.!, '< Had to see tS tun J ay. (5 oonnds of Soda for 25 cents at E. II. Sheffields. Mrs, N J. Barron visited in 'oar'city the 'past week. Complete line of «/e'wclry {ho Cabin Drug Store. J. .J. Story is enlarging- kJrug bus'inesH. The best fishing lines in town 'fit the Glass Front. n... W i Pocket Cutlery int^- W- F1,,re"« "'! H. WVfc j H !""1 iloi","v' nS^TSwSS Of KUdnro, P«ker WhiifuM „„,1 wife...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 2 July 1907

v ■■ ■ 'mm m RH "I EDUCATIONAL AND (•OPERATIVE UNION OF AMERICA =—= The Secretary of Agriculture gives Assurance of better prices for all Aorta of meat products. That farmer who neglects liia poul- try crop is one of those who is losing at the bung while watchiug the splg- «ot. Poultry money is a clean pick-up. The Arkansas Union is going to make the month of July a record t reaker in an effort to "cover the State" as it has never been done with ■education along the line of the Union proposition. Get a wet. elm club and run the grumbler off of the farm; let him go to work on a railway as a canary. He is not adapted to a place where everything is growing out in the open daylight and sunshine. Cotton is the one product on which the maker, and not the consumer, pays 'the freight.. Whose fault is it? The raisers, of course, for he it is who ^crowds the market begging somebody "to buy his cotton at whatever price rt.be buyer may name. When you can not say a good thing about an institutio...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 2 July 1907

f*Ji EVENTS OF EVERYWHERE Weatherford is. arranging for an un- usually bif Fourth of July blowout. A seventy-one-pound catfish was pulled out of the Trinity near Dallas & few days since. Levert Vernor, the 5-year-old son of George D. Vernor of San Antonio, died as a result of a rattlesnake bite. E. S. Swift, of Swift & Co., the packers, has bought 24,000 acres of land in Leon County, paying >140,000 therefor. Recent reports of tho serious Ill- ness of President Cabrera of Gaute- mala are paid have been practical- ly unfounded. The Paris Chautauqua opened Fri- day night with a lecture by William Jennings Bryan, entieltd, "The Old World and Its Ways." Governor Comer has appointed for- mer Congressman Bankhead to the vacancy in the United States -Senate from Alabama, caused by the death William McClelland, a negro, was hanged in the county jail yard at Mo- bile, Ala., Friday morning for the mur- der of Michael McGovern, an aged white man. On the trial runs of the new turbine...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 2 July 1907

/ 1 ■ '• • i Ks r '"'VK House s jj.ust t'our. J a le which 1 think will pleS < ■* nv Home, Sweet Home readei e author's nii.iw* was not «i ♦ n but 1 onpa it alone i-i'is was «*«■* « UMiieuwc r.iii iTu\v even- ! . • '.wuiljittl tV;sm tl ii"irltir« , „ U/ ',, ' ' n. lOg-A-V ."TJBLIC of hart coyly f«iu n Walter -o, r • vt • • • . 11 * H. ?! St Lotus, Mo., is giving away a beautw j badfc her tt loving -good-night fnl framed picture, ci.-e 1 2 \ 7 1 iiiu went down tin- steps. rnehcs, to every one sending $1.0 for a had replied with n smile y™' to hg< gmt ,mi 1 •weekly paper and Farm Pro-rcs.!, a language of a' and a nod. He ana a young monthly agricultural'papf r publh lvd by traveling man, acting na agent. and guileless man, owfylii* was the Republic. ' .* ,. ,, , • i> , i„,.„ . vnlniivq tlin Nf.iv This offer is opch to both new and old for a firm. He was still a yupng his tirst Ime, explains the Ne* subK(.tibj.rs ^ are (akinK IhQ ^ roan and unmarried; he had I Orleans Picayune...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 9 July 1907

I !J " #' -S ■ .J K. A. BlIVGIvR, Publisher. ^ .A. I *aper Devoted to tlie best Interests of the T^eople. "ISbffcr VOL 32. LINDEN. TEXAS, TUESDAY, JULY 9. 1907. WANTED 1,000 Organizers, to organize the col- oured people of the United States info The Negro Farmer and La- borers' Educational, Co-Opera- 1 i ve 11 liioti of America. 'Charter- T'l by the State of Texas, and Oopy-1 lighted by the United States, and '.ndorsed by the Exe- cutive Committee of the White Farmer4 Union of Texas; for farther particulars addfos's/j.E. \. Bancek, Linden Texas. fcl. K, L LGOjST, m. i>. 'Offers liif- 'services to tho "people of L'iiiden and surrounding country. Prompt atten- tion given to all calls day or night, your practice solicited. Office with Dr. Davis. Call Bar- Aic'r Shop for first class work fevefrVllhiftgclean and'nice, up- tu'^date hair cut, sharp raisors find clean shaves, all in tipple 'otder. ; a E DAVIS, M. £>., * l'Hvstci.vN and (>nsrKTi!r<M.\ff r.rxi EN", Tt:X.v*^ Prompt...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 9 July 1907

i'i ui irtift- * v JM Jfep> . ' .. ■ V;''* ;""' ^ '11 " ^ ,• ■, MI'S timm Pi " P$' :.l I The Cass County Sun. | TORNADO GETS BUSY JOHN BANGER, Publisher. LINDEN. - - - - TEXAS FROM ALL OVER TEXAS Waco's Chautauqua proved to be a great success this season. < Texas mayors will meet In annual session of the Mayors' Convention at Amarillo July 5 and 6. Money is being raised for securing proposed railroad from Waco to Browmvood via Hamilton, and its building looks iike a sure thing. The promoters of the Gill Well San- itarium in Dallas have met with such remarkable success that great en- largements are to be made at once. The first load of new wheat sold at McKinney was sold Thursday and graded No. 3, and brought $1 a bush- el. A negro charged with rape of a girl near Ruby, a few miles south of Shreveport, was taken from the offi- cers by a band of determined men Friday and lynched. A stock company has been organ- ized at Lovelace, six miles north of Hillsboro, with probably $10,00...

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