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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 22 December 1914

. jffi *4■ 1% ,« — ■ . f.i. 7; **« OASS COUNTY SUN j. K. a. BANGJER W. L. KIOVIN BANGER & BRWIN, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. T1IBCA88 COUNTY 8UN published every Tuesday, is entered at thul/ndcn Doatottloe' as Secoud.Class matter. raths Of subscription: Single copy per year ' $1.00 " six months 1 60 cents No papers sent oat without the cash In- advance; paper stopped when time is out, or we lose it. Obituary notices and cards of thanks will be inserted at two-and-a-half cents pei line DISTRICT COURT The following proceedings were had in tne special district court here last week: State ol Texas vs Manie La- tham, seduction uol pros. Charley Humphrey, fence cutting, uol pros. Howard Davis, carrying pis- tol plea guilty, liued $100. T. G. Wood, murder, verdict not guilty. Rutland Baker, injure person- al property, nol pros. The following cases were trans- fered to the regular term of Dis- trict Court: Johu Peevey cutting and de- stroying timber. Reuben Moore cutting and di- stroying ti...

Publication Title: Cass County Sun, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 22 December 1914

... . . j ( > rngsm mrmJ;.' ' ' - > . v ' ' ■ ' v> W W -• v :"" PftiVifr? ' • • mh* SB f:/m' *-.. -Iff. - li'tPHPi.^ ' 1 '■ i Hi* J. ijimgmgtmtitmmrmm I. JLiUJUM APii FEUIT, Oranges, Lemons, Apples, Grapes, Bananas, bandy and Nuts at | Store LOCAL INTELLIGENCE fMuckerel at Sum Fant's. Mr9. G. V. Dell is reported ri^ht sick this week. Texas and Michigan Salt at - Wm Fant's. Second hand buggy harness at J. Ci. Dell's. Born to Mr. and Mrs. H. A, >'Keily a hoy on the 19tli. Your Cold is Dangerous Break it Up, Now. A Cold is readily catching. A run- Jown system is susceptible to Germs. ' ,u owe it toyoutsclf and to others of your house hold to fight the Germs at jnce. T)r. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey is fine or Colds and Coughs. It loosens the .tucous, stops the Cough and soothes the mugs. It's guaranteed. Only 2")C. at ,'our Druggist. White Crest Flour at T. M. HCfochran & Sens. Prunes and Pulled wheat at Sam Fant's. J. (J. Ei '-vui an i wil'o were in inden last Saturday. Cabb...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 22 December 1914

iSBmB* COUNTY SUN AUSTRIANS NOW ADMIT TEXAS VICTORY SERVIANS OF mm 1 -•V' l 1 vV > & X \ SXTENDED RETREAT AND HEAVY L.OSSE8 ARE PLAINLY ANNOUNCED. BELGRADE IS REOCCUPIED Poland Is Fast Becoming Another Bel- gium In Point of Suffering From War. / London.—The Servians, after n fiercu battle, have occupied Belgrade, according to a Nlsh dispatch to Reut- er's Telegram company. The most striking feature of Mon- day's official newe is the candid ad- mission by the Austrian government of the defeat of the Austrian army In Servia and apparently of the aban- donment of its third attempt to invade the territory of its small Slav neigh- bor. While attributing the failure to the enemy's superior force, as all govern- ment bulletins explain failures, the (Austrian war office announces plainly an extended retirement, and heavy losses. "New decisions and measures con- sequently -will be taken to repel the enemy, " says the statement. Appar- ently that "means that the Austrian army directed ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 22 December 1914

... .' •., ::V '•.. V'.; •■ 'Vrifci ;mc^?il.*KwT aOTCrefflaBflBmiraBlBy ?. mfyfr-' CASS COUNTY V Jt ■ V&T. I * it Shot BT FREDERICK PALMER i..V lisr mother, ling of the < (Copyright. 1914. by Charles Scribner'a Sou) 8YNOP8I8. It their homo p'n the frontier between Brown* and Grays Marta (lalland and tertalnlnif Colonel Wecter- ig of the'Grays, eee Captain Lanstron. •""Iffaff Intelligence officer of the Browne, Injured by a fall In his aeroplane. Ten years later. Westerllng, nominal vice but real chief of staff, reinforce* South La Tlr, meditates on war. and speculates on the comparative ages of himself and Mar- ta, who Is visiting- In the Gray capital. Westcrllng calls on Marta. She tells him ci hor teaching children the follies of war onil martial patriotism, begs him to pre- vent war while he Is chief of stafr, and predicts that If he makes war against the Browns ho will not win. On the march with (he 63d of the Browns Private Stran- sky, anarchist, decries war and played- ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 22 December 1914

, HI : , &■■ r-. - . • -C " vv,*, mm L> 1. H E O Trick of a Smooth Grafter iliorciiri Let It Slip and Was Ruined For Life. What's the matter? Why are you letting this opportunity slip through your fingers? Don't you know that out there in the hustling business world opportu- nity is calling for trained men and women? How much longer will you stand aside and make wxcuses? Aren't you afriad that if you "put it off" to another time that something will arise between now and then to prevent you from getting this training? Stop making excuses and de- laying! Invest your hours—in- vest your powers while you have a chance. Tick-toek! tick-tock! Your chance is slipping by. Use your gifts—develop your latent talents —gain the ambition-arousing, skill-creating confidence—up- building training we stand ready to give; you while you have the chance. You can succeed. Other people —those who are succeeuing—na- ture didn't give them a single ex- tra bone or one more nerve or muscle than you p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 5 January 1915

. 1' f llfSI-IK A i;l"VIV Pubh.hcr..} A. Paper Dovoted to thobsst Interests oC the People. VOL. 40. — 7 — * JL • LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JANUARY 6, 19l4f ^ubvcripMoii, 81.00 Per innnK NO 1. Tried as By Fire. The whole Southwest has had a year in school. As in a great laboratory we have spent 12 months analyzing the customa- ry order of things—our one-crop- credit system, our methods, or lack of them, of marketing and tinancing crops, our extrava- gant spending of natural re- sources. As a people we have tested the social-economic fabric of our own making, as individu. ills we have tried our own part in it, and we have found it want- ing when it should have shown its greatest strength. We have been worng in our farming. Year after year we have grown the same two crops of corn and cotton, denuding the earth and robbing the soil. Year after year we have bared our lands to the ravages of winter rains that bore the precious wealth of fertility away to tie river valleys or on to the ocean...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 5 January 1915

■r^ w :*$■ > "53%^ 5 ^Bflflggl .' 'JMi.^0 WJ *•?; r-i* t ■--v-r; iriP,1'1 nsMK . ' / THE CAS4* ( Or SUN *.; r \ [/ FALLING HAIR MEANS DANDRUFF IS ACTIVE Save Your Halrl Get a 25 Cent Bottle of Danderlne Rlflht Now—Aleo Stop* Itching Scalp. Thin, brittle, colorless and scraggy hair la mute evidence.of a neglected scalp; of dandruff--that awful scurf. There is nothing so destructive to the hair as dandruff. It robs the hair of its luster, its strength and its very life; eventually producing a feverish, ness and itching of the scalp, wMch If not remedied causes the hair roots , to shrink, loosen and dlj—then the hafr falls out fast. A fittle Danderlne tonight—now—pay time—will surely ■ave your hair. Get a 25 cent bottle of Knowlton's Danderlne from any store, and after the first application your hair will take on that life, luster and luxuriance which is so beautiful. It will become wavy and fluffy and have the appear- ance of abundance; an Incomparable gloss and softness, but what ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 5 January 1915

T-l . t ■,,. . . *■ .;««,.■ o''"> ' Wk v_ V* v". • *■ ■' . f'* ••'>• •'_ " ' ... " • T'-« '■• • b;> :. -v.;; V.-; L licAsJrorvnr SITN- ) 1 I ■ R, i I jj j '.H fr FOH I MUbt i-Unu or UAmU! Excellent Homemade Confection* at Good as Any That Can Be Purchaaed. The following uncooked candles are excellent and not difficult to make: To make the fondant, or foundation of the candles, do not beat but drip the whites of two eggs Into a email gran- ite pan. Stir Into this gradually, until thick enough to work like any cream fondant, confectionery sugar. Use a wooden spoon when stirring. Ml* In well a few drops of flavoring. Lay the ball of cream on a granite slab, or a smooth board, over which you have sprinkled some of the sugar. Worl: It for a few minutes. Divide the cream luto three or four rolls. If It Is too thick to work easily, a few ilrops of milk or water will make It soft enough to mold. With this cream as a founda- tion many fancy candles can be made. Fruit coloring In ora...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 5 January 1915

■*q.'!■ '• v?#Jp 4 • " | W #V;.- HBK ■ fIS / [/ : t. * " ;• fc„ 1 . J : COUNTY SUN | yjj gp *. 10. A. HANQEU W. I.. EHWIN BANGER & ERWIN, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. Mg'l-' l'- ,<i.m alr^ri-r- TIIK0A88 COUNTY SUN published cverj- Tuesday, U enteral at the Uutlon lKMtoflina' tw S#oon(l;01n B matter. -rm - iss^sgat^zsss. - -X"~ SSC^zriS0jt0m^XX'W hATBs op subscription: Single copy per year ' <1.00 " six months ' o0 cents No papers sent out without the cash in advance; paper stopped when time is «mt, or we lose it. — jj. , 1 1 >- ..J - Obituary notices and cards of th." jks will be ijHerted at two-and-a-bfU cents pefv line j Following is the Ek Y. P. U, PROGRAMME Bible QnesMonp. Monday—Mr. Vernon Marett. Tuesday—Miss Bessie William* Wednesday—Mr. Homer Grubh Thursday—Mies lone Sheffield. Friday—Miss Mvra Sheffield. Saturday—Mr. K. C. Tannery. Suuday—Miss Ethel Morri^. Song—No. 420, I'rayer. Song—No. 75. Leader—Miss lone Sheffield. Psalm 1— K. 0. Tannery and Miss Ruby Marett. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 5 January 1915

I "f.7 ' " , LOCAL Mackcrel at Sam Farit'a. Cotton seed raenl and hulls at the Linden Transfer On." Mrs. C. H. Nelson is visiting in Atlanta this week. Ruisuns, Coi:oqntits nnd Eng- lish Walnuts at Sam Fant's. Go to I. N. Murett foi Fire ai)d Tornado Insurance. KtS i' Misses Mildred Urogarts Vt*. M. of Propped, (dlle Wynn and Afftno fHrJ '* « a visit to her daughter, visiting Miss Jewell WurtzbHupl] Mrs. J. P. Fnnt This week. it> 7eff«woq, UlC *eek. Misa'Panfine Weaver, nfu-r Messr. John Fnteh; and 'Al- spending the holidays at home, W.G.Stfinford, of near Caves Springs, wus attending to busi- ness in the oily yesterday. Cabbage al Sam Fant's Keg pickles anil potatoes at Clifton Grubbs. E W. Whipple, J. T. Dodd arid A Buchitaier, of Lunier, wus our streets yesterday. Onions at Sam Fanl's. Ketchup and Pepper at Clif- ton Grubbs. Quite a number of our citizens nre suffering from grippe this week. Prunes and Puffed wheat at Sum Fant's. Apples and oranges at Clifton Grubbs. ./. Fort ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 5 January 1915

I I '■ ■ ■ > i;'i| .. if ' MRHRHM9P ?!&£ OASS .... WARNS GREAT BRITIAN ABOUT COMMERCE MERICAN GOVERNMENT SAYS M. K. A. H.^N NOTE THAT MUCH FEEL. BANC ING IS AROUSED HERE. -■Friendly but frank terms Points Out This Country Ha* Suf. fered Because of Annoyances by British Fleet. , I Washington.—The United States government has dispatched a long noto to Great Britain insisting upon an early improvement in the treatment of American commerce by the British fleet. It gave warning that much feel- ing had been aroused in this country, land that public criticism was general over unwarranted interference with the legitimate foreign trade of the tJnlted States. I The document, constituting the Strongest representations upon this Bubject made by the United States to any of the belligerents since the out- break of the war was cabled to Am- bassador Page to be formally present- ed to Sir Edward Grey, the British foreign secretary. Its preparation was begun a month ago by Solicitor Cone John...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 5 January 1915

' v'i'f ' •■ *.VK '■•av7 - v:' : < §£•*&£ $L:$. i.'- THE CASS COUNTY SUN 1 } | ■ The Last Shot BY FREDERICK PALMER (Copyright, 1V14, by Charles Scribuer's Sons) 8YN0P8I3. At their home on the frontier between the Browns and Drays Marta Galland and her mother, entertaining Colonel Wester- llng of the Grays, see Captain Lanatron of the Browns Injured by a fall In his aeroplane. Ten years later. Western ng, nominal vice but real chief of staff, re-en- forces South Iji Tlr and inedltatea on war. Me calls on Marta, who Is vlaltlng In the Gray capital. Bhe tells htm of her teach- ing children the follies of war and mar- tial patriotism, and begs him to prevent war while he Is chief of staff. On the inarch with the 53d of the Browns Pri- vate Stransky, anarchist, Is placed under K'est. Colonel Lanstron begs him on- nstron calls on Marta at her home. He talks with Feller, the gardener. Marta tells Lanstron that she believes Feller to he a spy. Lanstron confesses It Is true. Lanstron ...

Publication Title: Cass County Sun, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 5 January 1915

> . J" i.i 1,PHRSffi ■ " • 'v ' i A K. A. BA1 EE THE OA' :.i RE) \s Sii . U .... ' id rOTICEl TO T I will meet tbe Tax Payers of Cassl County at the following bet) on the following dates, to-wit: A'un's Mil) : .^.January 1,1915 i ir o „ ' ouglassville " 11* <- iueen City — 12*13, Sloomburi; - - - " Atlanta " 15, 10 * 23 / After this I will be found in the office at Lintion. / it. H. GRIFFIN, Tax Collector, Cass County. LINDEN TRANSFER CO. lilVERV AND FEED STflBUE. WE HANDLE BRICK, LIME AND FEED STUFF. a* K0TICE-T9WEF8 The Best is None to Good. IF YOU WANT A NEWSPAPER THAT CIVES THE NEWS, especially the news from TEXAS and the GREA1 S JUTHWest as well as from all over the WORI.D, one that gives the ;most of it and in the best possible way, you can get it by subscribing for THE SEMI- WEEKLY FARM NEWS aloug with the CASS COUNTY SUN. THIS IS A COMBINATION of general news and local news that can't be equal- ed or surpassed. In addition to its great uews service, THE SEMI-WEIvKLY FA...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 12 January 1915

UPrBHOK^ : ^•©T'W* :v HT s/ a i •-y".'' > INKER & EKWIK, Publishers. >• A. Paper Devoted to the best interest* of the People. \Subscription, •« OO Per Annum VOL. 40. Falmers Need Co-operation— Not Conversation. Fort Worth, Tes. Jan.—The following signed article has been given out from the headquarters of the Fanners' Educational & Co operative Union of Texas, in this city: "Much is being said on the sub- ject of diversification in Texas and the Farmers' Union bus preached it in season and out, and the organization we have the honor to represent, stand ready toj co-operate with every movement looking to the practi- cal solution of the problems of agriculture. Every farmer should live at home and every influence that encourages him to do so, is a blessing. "While diversiflcatian is an im- portant factor it is not the whole thing and it is one the farmer can solve unaided. The princi- pal difficulty lies in the high rate of Interest and a low price for our products, nnd t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 12 January 1915

$ IS Mv «$ w z is RUB UUNE BACK Hub pain away with a small trial bottle of old "St. Jacobs Oil" ' When your back is sore and lame or lumbago, sciatica or rheumatism- has you stiffened up, don't suffer I pet a small trial bottle of old, honest "rit. Jacobs Oil" at any store, pour * HW1 .In your hand and rub It rig) '- on ^ur back, and by the time yo« count rtfty, the soreness is gone. Don't stay cripplpd! This soothing, uenetratlng oH takes the ache and pa\n right out gnd onda the misery. It is magical, yet absolutely harmless and doesn't burn the skin. Nothing else stops lumbago, sciatica end lame back misery so promptly and ■urely. It never disappoints!—Adv. The Reason. Mr. Harold Begbie quotes in "The Happy Irish," an amusing story that he got from the. doctor of a little town that ho visited in the course of his tour of Ireland: I was rung up pretty late one night by a peasant from an outlying village, 16 miles away. It wa1, in the days be- fore I had a . ar. The wind was blow- i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 12 January 1915

f:..%'s-' ■ I B W I i fill - ' :;;S 1,-wyjBGBIftrf: '"^T' * ' ■ -.J* -:•! ,( s THE CASS COl The Last Shot FREDERICK PALMER (Copyright. 191*. by Charles Scribner* Sons) 8YNOP8I8. At their homo on the frontier between the Browns and Grays Marta Galland una her mother, entertaining Colonel Wesier- UnK of the Grays, see Captain Latistron of the Drowns Injured by a fall In Ills noroplane. Ten years later. Westerllng. nominal vice but real chief of staff, re-en- forces South La Tlr and meditates on war. He calls on Marts, who Is vlsltlnK In the Gray capital. Bhe tells him of her teach- ing children the follies of war and mar- tial patriotism, and begs him to prevent war while he Is chief of stnlT. On the march with the 6.1d of the Browns Pri- vate Htransky, anarchist, Is placed under arrest. Colonel Lanstron begs him off. Lanstron calls on Marta at her home. Ho talks with Feller, the gardener. Marta tells Lanstron that she believes Feller to be a spy. Lanstron confesses It Is true. Lanstr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 12 January 1915

Jf \ |W|af,iPy *'■■■ ■ _ BUN ''r"1' v..+. 'v «. K. A. HAKOEH ' W. L. EllWXN ' Jy met Th BANGER & BRWIN, regular bus EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS* THE CASS COUNTY SUN published eT«*y Tuesday, Is entered at the linden Dottofilce! bh 8econd.Claa matter. - y .-.* * •V * \£v| $r,£tO !<■ SfSSff . •ijfcbt.i Obituary notices and cards of thaftks will be inserted at two-and-a-half ceriw pei line W. H. M. S. . •; Was called to order Monday afternoon by Mre. D. H. Morris who opened the meeting with Seng No. 190 ".Testis Paid it. All" Scripture lesson Luke 10.25-37 Love is the fulfilling of tho law, For the spirit of love ie tho spir- it of eternal life. "As eyery lovely hue is light So every grace is love." There was a good attendance and most every one took part in the very interesting literary pro- gram. The selections were tj,ken from the Missionary Voice. Miss Mary Baker gave a splen- did talk and suggested that each member bring one soul to Christ this coming year. The Missionary ;Iadie...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 12 January 1915

rOCAL INTELLIGENCE Mackerel at Sam Fant's.^ Cotton seed me l and hulls at the Linden Transfer Oo. 8 H. Vance, it H. Griffin and Chad Nelson went to Atlanta yestetd&y. RaisAnfc, Cocoanuts and Eng- lish Wulttuts at Sum Funt'ti. Go to I. N. Marett foi Fire And TorOiidoJnsurauce. John 8. Morris is off on a bu- siness trip to Lodi, Jefferson and Marshall. Keg pickles and potatoes at Cliftou Grubbs. Notice to Qty Taxpayers, Notice is hereby g'Ven that the time for paying city taxes has arrived again. You can either pay me or ca ll>t Mr. I, N. Marett's store and leave the money with . him, Please be proiiipt. W. Bt fkland", City Marshal au< Tax (Jnlleotor 6 pounds oiT Ea le T iistle So- da, for 25 cents t th Linden Mercantile Ho. Ketchup and Pepper ut Clif- ton Grubbs. J. 0. Steger, of Put City, was transacting business in Linden yeSterday. Prunes and Puffed wheat at SVift Fant's. Call at Clifton Grubbs Friday and get some White Perch. Mrs. M. L., Camp, of the North Texas Mill ha...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 12 January 1915

1 THE CASS COUNTY SUN : W-> ■ ■■■■ .aw .'55: ' ' rl ■' -14 $0 FRUIT LAXATIVE - FOR SICK CHILD "California Syrup of Figs" can't harm tender stomach, liver and bowels. livery moQ/er realizes, after giving her children "California Syrup of Figs" that this is their ideal laxative, because they love its pleasant taste and it thoroughly cleanses the tender little stomach, liver and bowels with- out griping. When croBS, Irritable, feverish, or breath la bad, stomach sour, look at the tongue, mother! If coated, give a teaspoonful of this harmless "fruit laxative," and in a few hours all the foul, constipated waste, sour bile and undigested food passes out of the bow- els, and you have a well, playful child again. When Its little system is full of cold, throat sore, has stomach-ache, diarrhoea, indigestion, colic—remem- ber a good "inside cleaning" should always be the first treatment given. Millions of mothers keep "California Syrup of Figs" handy; they know a teaspoonful today saves a s...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 12 January 1915

CASS COUNTY SUN \ 1 ■ x; ' •••;, TFT ' ' ■■ V' -r ■>■«; J • V < * " ■ . r' ■•* ■ vM ';M ILLINOIS FACTORIES RESUME OPERATIONS AFTER REMAINING IDLE FOR MONTH8 INDUSTRIAL PLANT8 8TART UP AGAIN. 10,000 MEN ARE GIVEN WORK First Week of New Year I* Ushered In With Bright Prospect* for Business In General. Chicago.—The first working day of 1915 brought joy to thousands of -worklngmen throughout the country. In Illinois alone more than 20 fac- tories resumed operations and it is estimated that 10,000 men, many of ■whom had been Idle since the closing of the factories last fall, were re- employed. Activity was reported in several of the larger manufacturing districts in Illinois outside of Chi- cago. In Peoria alone 3,000 men were re-employed and more will be taken on in a few weeks. After being idle for three months the big Avery factory at Peoria, manufacturing thrashing machines and farm linplw iments, opened. The plant employs 1.500 men. There hundred were put to work getting the m...

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