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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 9 July 1907

''Jy itt/y> - j ■ I I I ■ I I 'AS CATTLE MEN HAVE CAT- TLE AND MONEY. PACKERS COME DOWN QUICK Continuation of Post-Mortem Examin- ation Order Will Force Retail- tory Action. Mo., July 1.—If the ckers continue to enforce the order Durphaso • -— ouuject examination, the Cat- ociatlon of Texas may e independent packing in Fort Worth, Texas, says I. T. Pryor, of San Antonio, Texas, presi- dent of the Cattle Raisers' Associa- tion of Texas. He is here to confer with the packers about the new post- mortem order. Mr. Pryor said the Texas cattlemen are in earnest and plans have already been launched to procure ? 1,000,000 to build the pack- ing plant at Fort Worth. J. C. Swift, president of the Kansas City Live Stock Exchange, says the differences between the packers and commission men over the new order Is in a fair way of settlement to the satisfaction of all concerned. "The packers have already proposed to withdraw the order on all except two grades of cattle, which takes away practic...

Publication Title: Cass County Sun, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 9 July 1907

mm Hr O A.SS COUNTY BUN J r> Vv -n ^ •— « v. ——j« y^up*1*- ;#£ cfTtor ~ & Proprie tor THJCtJArfS C„ e«t MJH ^pconu |*Y SI1 N puMbJit'U ♦-vri'y uUcu puatoffl'io nn^i ib r. ^ rats oif subscription: Per yrv ' " si.oo ' " '•'■■'■; six months ' fip. cents Nfy jrafpcis sent out .without (lie cash in advance; paper stopped when time is out, or we lose it. ,■■. ■—- Obituary Fs«tvces anil cards of thanks will be iuafftcfl 0 two anil a halt cents per frjjr. Prui. M. V. Loonov hasaccept- «ni the Linden High School. With such a teacher as Prof, Looney at its head we should have one among the best/schools in (Jmwp. Mr, Looney liHstauhgt a number of yearn in Cass Co., ami hia ability an a teacher is well known. live weeks of drouth has left the earth very tlwraty, and much of 4: he corn and some other crops iy soue beyond redemtiou. But yesterday eve the clouds gather- ed in the South West and slowly moved toward the zenith where they arrived about sundown and 'begun a slow drizzle which c...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 9 July 1907

* V ipln iti)i«wi fnirtl ■■■ pi \£ i'i J i — ■ ■ ' LOCAL INTELLIGENCE Tierce Lard at'I. N. Marett's. Messrs. /fll*TZn <fe Kennedy oX-N^m, ivero here looking afror the contract for building „ BY THEIR WORK YE 8HAU-. KNOW THEM J?.r. Story visited Mr. Cu pep. ^rick for the Gftw County Bank. report. Fhom Pjshsers Store. 1 "i Health in this community is I , , ood at present; no sickness to! Dr. Reese, The Peoples 'Jewolrt', has opened a lepnh ^h/tp " ■pet's jr the country 8uti**fly. Fishermen'* supplies ol nil kind*? at the Cahtn Drug Store. JLi. A. McGehee llub Saturday. Canned Sweet Glass Front. was iti the Potatoes at f. II. Westbroo'ka vva9 on our streots Saturday. Base Balls and Bats at the Cabin Drwg Store. Mrs. Cornett was n visitor in t"he Hub Saturday. Miss Beulah Culpepper fell and burnt her arm Friday. G pounds of Sochi for 25 cent3 at E. H. Sheffield9. Mason Fruit Jars, Rubbers and Tops at Glafcs Front. Miss Mattio Martin of Munz, is theguost of Rev. J. i),String- er and w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 9 July 1907

> * 1 w '■■'l. : [>■'' . : ' ' - PHS * I' God Feeds Israel in the Wilderness Sunday School Lesson ior July 7,1907 Sp«cl«lly Prepared (or This Paper iPill LESSON TEXT.—Exodus 16:1-15. Mem- ory verse, 4. GOLDEN TEXT.—"X am tha living bread which camo down from heaven."—* I John 6:51. Time.—According to tha common chro- nology the crossing of the Red Sea was about the first of April, B. C. 1491. Pro- fowHor Beecher regards this early date as probably the correct one. "near the be- | grinning of tho fifteenth century, B. C." Many scholar* regard the date as about 1300 B. C., and some as late as 1200 B. C. There la great uncertainty as to tho ex- act time. This lesson belongs about a month after the last regular lesson. PLACE.—The northern part of the Wil- derness of Sin. a long plain bordering thf Gulf of Suez on the east. Comment and Suggestive Thought. Six hundred thousand men, besides children and a mixed multitude, had escaped from Egypt and Its slavery, crossed the Red sea, a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 9 July 1907

li':-.:- ' ■■ / J ; ■ ■ i II r'V n KW* RUN ACROSS ODD NAMES. Qunsr Cognomens That Come Across Ken of Insurance Officials. An Insurance company, with head- quarters in St. Louis and member- ship all over the south and west, has some queer experiences with the Dames of Its policy holders and bene- ficiaries, says the Globe-Democrat of that city. "I never knew what a lot of ex- traordinary names there were in the world until I got Into this business," one of the officials said, as he finished reading a somewhat brusque letter. An agent had sent In an application for insurance from one "Edna Hop- per, who named as her beneficiary his wife, Willie Hopper." "I wrote to these people," the offi- cial said, "and told them that they had confused their signatures, and that the policy could not be put on record until the error had been cor- rected. Now, the man writes me that I am not half so smart as I think I am; that his name is Edna, and his wife was christened Willie." Another beneficiary ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 9 July 1907

C*rts 'Th •&V r hitched I o ■!. k r<;:; - ' . t'Uup:*, was sleeping amiuy nighL l>eft>r« t hp door of a low reatuu- Tatjf .!i which women and young follows wore hinghiug. And the poor, scraggy plug, with his dejected head, his weak Jegs, a sorry sight, ,'iwaited the •pleasure of of these night-birds to get hack to Irs miserable ata- •ble. Half asleep, the horse heard I he course jests of t hese tn^n and women. lie had been for a 'long time accustomed to them. Even bis weak brain taught him that, there is no difference between the squeaking cry of a whee'mnd the cry of u degraded woman. And this night he dreamed vaguely that he was again a lit- tle colt on a lawn whore he used to gambol in the green grass •wit h his mother who fed him. All at once lie fell stiff, dead on I lie stinky pavement. IV came to the door of Para- dise. A learned.man who was waiting for St. Peter to open the ■door said to the horse: "Y\ hat are you doing here? \ou have no right to enter Par- adis...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 16 July 1907

A B4WI R, r VOL 32. ~ ANTED 1,000 <>> R Koj anizers, to organise the col )le of the United State to The Negro Farmer and ua rers' Educational 0o Opera 'e Union of America. Charter by the State of Texas, and '-Righted by the Unitei atcs, and "ndorsed by the'Kxo- itive Committee of the White armor j Union of Tcifti{ tor rther particulars address .J. E. A. Haxukh, Linden Texas I of Lindvo and surrounding country. Prompt at ten1 t ion given to ;dl en lis tiny or night, your pract ice solicited. «Hfiee wit li J)r. I)avis> Call nt .1 .•0.¥C«oi dii|un,8 Ru'r- her Shop fur lirsi class Work livery thing clean aud nice, up- to-date hair clU sharp I'm born ond t-leaii hlin-ve8> all M appl© pie order. if 1 . xm Si WiWXB* 1 O 11 N Look A OK W A II \). ~,)ulv the I'.lr, 10 >t - «5 Mr. Jefferson or t | ... .. ie whole oqU> .T- n. 1 gfeatest day that lias ever been | ers of the I )r*da ration of ludepen- in the h'^torv of onr oovem- dencc:.for trnl we i;.on- iu- o-da.v we are t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 16 July 1907

The Cass County Sun., CONDITION OF COTTON JOHN BANGER, Publisher. UNDEN TEXAS EVENTS OF EVERYWHERE INCREASE IN ACREAGE SHOWN OVER LAST YEAR. I If! ' i ms ■ UlflV- r 1 ■ \ MM# 11 ■Hp Judge Charles Swain, of the United j States Court of the Northern District of Florida, died at tho University of Pennsylvania Hospital Friday. Jack Horton, a civil engineer on the Missouri, Kansas and Texas Rail- way, had his leg cut cff Wednesday evening while attempting to board a train at Caddo, l. T. Almost the entire village of North Lawrence, N. Y., was destroyed by fire Friday. Two hotels, ten stores and several factories and private dwellings were burned. A recent telegram says that James R. Garfield, Secretary of the Interior, will visit Carlsbad, N. M. August 20. Mr. Garfield will inspect the govern- ment irrigation project. James B. Duke, the wealthy head of the American Tobacco Company, is to -be married to Mrs. William Inman, a well known society woman of Atlanta. J Ga., the last week in Jul...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 16 July 1907

'' ■: W ' ' H > . ... ■*} -•fflC = 1 FARMERS' EDUCATIONAL AND CO-OPERATIVE UNION OF AMERICA ■ eep your eye on the hosr and the hen along these hot days. They will both do good business all through the summer, If they have a decent chance. Keep, the saddle and harness off the horse all the time possible during this hot wei'ther. The good man fre- quently washes* his horse during the summer. The wa y that the Union is growing in Arkansas is one of the wonders of the order. Arkansas farmers are "coming into their owu" in a way that is most gratifying. If the cows do not have plenty of water and shade these hot dry days they will fail in the pail and will also fall off in flesh, not to mention the tearful suffering from thirst It is often the case that the man ^ho works most gets the least. It is > remedy this that we want EDUCA- J.ON and CO-OPERATION. The re- wards should go to the workers. ™ I You are not built right if you havi failed to prepare for the cattle to ge Into the sh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 16 July 1907

r>- ftpsi_ Isi Ms*! vv, I'UKtJASM COUNTY HUN |>ill>Tii>toM>d 111 nti'ii'd i t the IA 'Kmi poi I Clan* lumtrr. riotor jt.m'us i wf su scki1wk>n: Sirtgte copy per year 4 ' $1.00 " six months ' 50 cents No papers sent otit without tlie cash in aovancK; paper stopjjccl when time out, f,r we lose it. mr- I ifcl" ■Obituary not iccs and cards of t hunks \*ill be inserted at tvro-and-a half ecnt.s per line. Free passes, whiskey and the devil have left Texas, and still you hear some peoples. J'oarinfj; even the poor newspaper man who wttrka for his milage will hare to count ties or stay tit home; this is free America. What is the matter with our ('ommissioners Court, that, they Won't force all county officers to live at the comity seat? The people etet?ted them, and J hey should live tit the comity seat) 'ibere all business of the county should be attended to. eus Where did they all They are every w the woods and liehtei and tm> ho thick iu pastures that the feat tic an'...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 16 July 1907

«'V L f A'TELLTO W':- # Build your town by patronise wall iu% home iustitullou. Fishermen's supplier "1 All kinds «t the Cabin Drugstore. J.T. Latham was circulating in our town last week. 0 pounds of Soda for 25.cents at E. II'. Sheffi.elda,' K of the (lonfedoi - t sit- Jeflersou Wfitt .. t. A. ('ulbeiSrto delivered an impropriate nd- di'esH. Mr*. (lertrudo t/'wrtrigiit delivered the delation address, which brought.tears to everyone present. Tttfc entire program was well executed and will long be remembered bv those present. I)jui>—Five year old son of Ben Latham urd wife, Friday of con-1 Straw hat.s and low <piai* |Ration. grieve not parents, lues at reduced prices at for he |,„H gone to the better Hh Marett's. rub- Fruit jars, jar tops, jar hers and jelly glasses at E. H. Hhtdlield. The best Pocket Cutlery in town at E. II. Sheffield.-*. ] -world. in fi? r; Mr. und Mrs. A. S. Cates were the guests of his mother und sis- ters at this place during thepast u rnki Complete lino...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 16 July 1907

- , ii Iiiw ■i' w Wmgmm raKsl&f' nr.*« . ■ - MESK K •■>: ,;."■ .. •;: J? ;■-> AGAINST SALOONS TEXAS LOCAL OPTION ASSOCIA- TION PLANS FIGHT. FOR STATEWIDE PROHIBITION Resolution Declares Time Is Oppor- tune for Canvass to Discontinue Licensed Saloon. Dallas, Texas, July 5. — The field workers ol! the Texas Local Option Association met yesterday in annual conference with the executive com- mittee of the organization. The gath- ering was in the Council Chamber at the City Hall and lasted throughout the day. President H. H. Halsell of Decatur was in the chair. Secretary H. A. Ivy of Sherman was record keeper and reported the correspond- ence from the field. There were twelve of the out-of-town members of the or- ganization present and from time to time a number of the local sympathi- zers attended the discussions. The annual election of officers re- sulted in the returning of the old iboard. There was a full canvasB of ithe wqrk in the field and resolutions iwere passed expres...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 16 July 1907

r> ■! mf EsjDI llPiii I'®?' '•*?: r f FROM ALL OVER TEXAS At the iiiHtance of a number of ladies of the several Protestant church'es of Taylor, no Ice will be de- livered at 'be residences- of Taylor on Sundays. The receipts or the Dallas poBtofflce for the month of June, l'JOG, were fHV 791.87, while the receipts for the same month of this year were $40,311.99, showing a gain of |5,520.12. A Farmers' Union picnic will be given at Peoria Thursday, July 18, at which addresses will be delivered State President E. A. Calvin and State Lecturer D. J. Neill. More than 5,000 people heard the Joint debate Thursday in Bosticlt Grove between Governor J. K. Varda- man and Congressman John Sharp Williams, candidates for the United States Senate. As the result of a quarrel, Choato Ainsworth, who lived near Mllford, was shot Thursday morning and died In the afternoon. Lem I.eary, with • whom Ainsworth had been living for ■ a long time was arrested. i%yj3£ Congressman Morris Sheppard has named ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 16 July 1907

|HKwd5M /' ' f. y-'-Sid, ■ .i WATER. "wrts begen nenf Peek?- rui « 20th, on one of ;he *t« t ©u&toeerinjj entarpr nes <•>' ttl I time, Ground wns tJu'j. hro!u4i fur the lit* t. seeti 6a of jiu #qu«duct which k; to he f>-irt ot <i Uat&kili Mi >lintuill HVateWl of water.supply f,, - the city of New Y oik. A yearly increase of more •hnii n linn fifed thousand in the Spulation of the city mid ti c Necessity of pto-vidinj? for ho annual increase of fifteen mil- lion gallons in the daily con- sumption ol water Kjd the res- ponsible officers of ttit) city to secure the appointment of aj honrd# of water-supply, with power to choose lire best sources from which to procure more water and to build themeeessiuy works for its delivery to the consumers. The aqiiedo' tKoii \tliich work was begun last, month, will l>e one of the world'* wonders when completed, It will start from the A.-l okan reservoir, to he built in the Eshpus vulley, o > the west hank of the Hudson R...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 23 July 1907

... J c A J 15 BINiGKR, B'uhlitnlicr. j. VOL 32. JV I 'apt-r Devoted to the I >e«t Interests ol' the I JoopleJ TEXAS, TUESDAY, JULY aa. 1907. StUO Per Awnnxti | ' ■ • -• , ,* V--'* - / ■ k r ;v, Vj Ii.i| r I j1, '^1 i(, \I , , NO 30. WANTED 1,000 Organizers, to organize the col- f . i)icd people Of the United States J to The Negro Fanner and Lu- borers' Educutipual, Co-Opera- tive Union of America. Charter, ed by the State of Texas, and Copy-Righted by the United IStnteH, and "ndorned by the lCxe- < utive Committee of the White • Farmer j Union of Texas; for further particulars address, .J. 10. A. Uangeh, Linden Texas. K. tlGOX, M. 1). Offers his Her vices to the people of Linden and surrounding country. Prompt atien- tion given to all calls day or night, vour practice solicited. <Miice \\itli I>r. I'avis. T> I R K C T O R Y flimciics Much Cuv, Little Wool Jn his address to the Michigan WINNING BY JUSTICE. The prescient has authorized baptist T, G, Watson, Pastor Sund...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 23 July 1907

- THEY MAY SELL LIQUOR TERRIBLE TURRET EXPLOSION. Dozen More biiaher. TEX A JUROR ORDERS DISCHARGE OF RELATOR IN "HIATUS" CASE FROM ALL OVER TEXAS Sisters of the Good Shepherd will open a home in Dallas this fall, either building a house or purchasing one al- ready built. About twenty-five of the largest and | strongest life Insurance companies have left Texas on account of the Rob- inson insurance law. Private information Is received that; Governor Campbell will decline the re- I appointment of five cotton weighers in j Houston who have held office for sev- i eral years. The fourteenth annual session of the Old Landmark Negro Baptist Associ- ation was called to order last week at Waco by Rev. A. Barbour, the Mod- erator. Altogether there had been 404 peti- tions for permits to secure liquor li- censes under the provisions of the new liquor law, left with the County Clerk of Harris County up to Friday night. The contract for a new public school building to cost $35,000 has been awar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 23 July 1907

- • ■ ■ ' v® ■ , ' "■ ' ^ v .u ;■<• ■'.. ....>, . ,:y,^r. ■ , ' i'r&ma <■, "'■;■> I IMPROVED FARM IMfLfcLMtNTft. MAN AND HIS WAYS FARMERS' EDUCATIONAL mm i mm 11 I 1 if 0: ll I f J 1 If AND CO-OPERATIVE UNION I OF AMERICA ===== J L J The very best and at the same time the very worst educators are the news- papers. This is a day In which the newspaper is an essential of every well-regulated household. It is up to the householder to select from the vast number of available papers the sort that are for the betterment of his children and for his own help. It ought to be a "strenuous rule to never allow a sour, calamity-howling sheet to come into the house. Every- body who knows anything knows that the time never was in all the history of the world when the blessings of life—its necessities and even Its lux- uries—were so nearly evenly distrib- uted. This Is a day in which the servant enjoys comforts that a king would have paid a ransom for a few hundred or even a few dec...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 23 July 1907

CABS COUNTY BUN eu policies tuo\ Joan Baagei, Hiditor Hroprietoi 4 at CAc9 COUNTl SI1 is puDliaiuM ev Tueadti4 , is entered f t tbc-Liudaa ^oalxiiiv v usSecond Clasp maUir. w iOF SL'a3i: ODV p v ai ,V. rf. ' • • . TO GET STARTED. !ju*i tktftittriui SIX T No papiis Sent out without t ha cash in advance, paper stopped vim time i3 out, orive lose i Obituary notic*c. and card's of thanks will -be instated at two-and-a-half cents per linr. 'mm S m my*' k;: - i; ■■4:v ■ LIFE' INSURANCE. Ihe Dalian News continues to liarp about the law taxing life insurance companies driving cap- ital from the state, but it says nothing about these companies robbing the people by taking one hundred dollars from them m premiums for every frweirty Pji^ii returned iu lossea The average rate on life instrr- is so great that it only requires ; t arerage of twenty per cent of mfrat U paid in by the policy holders "to cover all the losses by deuth. Official statistics show that Texas policy holders pay to the ins...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 23 July 1907

■JSMM "' M i *wm> CrWiu wijiJ W. (I. Griffin flown looking, rvice. t'OGAL INTflLLlG tl ~T1 wo to in town tills morning. Wire Cots r.t T:. H - iV > >■ . I..II1;' I Prof. B. F Gr.'pr w ; on our H|(er tjl0 ^houo streets Ui*t Friday. ~ Prof. McDowoll, of near Bry- H. M. Harkey was among our an>8 j9 teaching a singing callers Saturday. school at Caves Springs this Stock and Poultry Food aD;ue,J'" p the Cabin Drug Store. | ,W. O. Blalock is attending to John Partain Whs a Linden buaincs.s in Atlanta to-day. J. rl. Dorld, of Friendship, was in ibe city yesterday. The Pastor </ the B.iptist church is away for bis health, but there will bo preaching Sunday and at night us usual. Let ©very.body turn out. visitor Saturday. C. S. Myers was in the Hub Saturday. Mason Frufl Jars, Tops and libbers at the Glass Front. Griffin Swinford, of Caves Springs community, was m t'own Saturday- R. F. Martin, of Fiat Creek community, was in town one day last. week. Patent medicine* of every des...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 23 July 1907

Stolt, of , Wisconsin. Austin,, rJ passed at tl , aavmed me to use r eruna n to improve at oticeH| Thirtieth ution o th< ex< the emerK in I whico were MHH. FMMA STOLT. NEW LAWS NOW EFFECTIVE IN TEXAS. Mrs. Emma Stolt, 1069 Oneida St., Ap- pleton, Wis., writes: ''Peruna lias done me a great deal of R-ood since I began talcing it and I am always glad to speak a good word for it. "Three years ago 1 was in a wretched condition with backaches, bearing down ,pains, and at times was so sore and lame t hat i could not move about. I had in- flammation and irritation, and although I used different remedies they did me «io (food. "A neighbor, who had been using Pe- r-unit advised me to try it, and I am glad 'that 1 did. I began u> improve as soon •as L took it and 1 felt much better. "I thartk you for your line remedy. It <is certainly a godsend to sick women. Catarrh of the Internal Organs. Miss Theresa liertles, White Church, IMlo., writes: "I suffered with catarrh of the stom- -...

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