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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 23 July 1907

"" ;rv; r w' * § I . y $ri ' I --——~ «*■■■,•f" "... ™'< ., ; . . v.;.::r:.:,,.rv 1 '".^rV/" PaSEM PPtPI v, |IM||W; 1 .«i!f '' * '• ;■ • '.v":-'v''v' ■ |.tj^i£jiS|||j i > & S ' === EVENTS OF EVERYWHERE The Pennsylvania Kullroad is light- ing the 2-cent fare law passed by the recent State Legislature, Last Thursday night liro destroyed a restaurant and a bakery at Bartlott. Total loss, about $2000. Frank Hofrman, a plasterer, aged 46 years, dropped dead at his breakfast table in Dallas Friday morning. The Texas and Pacific Railway has purchased additional land at Marshall and will greatly enlargo the car shops at that place. The Woodrord, I. T., Asphalt Com- pany will spend considerable money In Installing new machinery and de- veloping the plant and mines. Dcnlson has voted on a proposition to issue $125,000 in bonds for the pur- pose of acquiring, by purchase or oth- erwise, a municipal waterworks plant. Fifty-four ticket brokers were tem- porarily enjoined from traffic in...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 23 July 1907

j . «■ -.v TjjMF*. -III**. -. ; JTO SEv bbatk musings tful Thoughts For Rest l)a A sunny smilt; some h if to ih or <\ pleasant word tint's fitly said, A frietvdly^luncc, a breath of song,- And so.fijotpc hcaii i', cbjnfortcdl No life is n failure which II. uie that 8 ill Jill '■o has not. ll\ i ll K" j ' . i * ■ 1 amicM>W relation «lh to. Bdfiilv revoalejjl as a whose presence tu lins raevs to «ubsckukiekk fc'Yamrd B'icliire ivmg aw ty re,' si/r 5 1 UUl'H IS oiettt cri initial* Hved.lor God, and all lives art' j has been a constant num.. failure# which are lived for any all about him. ami w ",Sl other efttl. F. \\\ Fadkr. j iuoluJo tragedies which had lo « How in tiny of us live in dark.! been wretched, poverty-stricen (Iruui- ble lane, when we might live oi) broad Huntdiiny Thanksgiving' street, with plenty ©f God,s sky a.novo us. I'nt your foot down where you Miean to-stand, and let no man move you from the right. Learn to say, "No," and it will be of more use to you than th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 30 July 1907

I 1r/^ ->■ |||;h jb J. E A, BIKGEB, rjablisheiv. } A LIND ■s WANTED 1,000 () I R. E C T O R Chiiicbt If i ■ V J J Organizei'3, to organize the col- ored people of the United States into The Negro Farmer and La- borers' Educational) Co-Opera- tive Union of America. Chatter led by the State of Texas, and Copy-Righted by the United | by t^e Pastor at n A M anci ut ni&lit. States, and 'ndoPaed by the Exo- BAPTIST T. G, Watson, Pastor Sunday School at 10 o'clock a. M.'cnch I Sunday, I,. C Weaver, Superintendent. Preaching every 2nd and 4l1i Sunday A Tfix.vs Oiur/H IvxiMCwkvoK. 8pdkane, Wash,, July—, l&OT. '—After having tramped more tiiau loo rniTea, attired in man's garments, arrested at Walla Walla, south of here, and de- tained in jail two Weeks on a A B i: a it Story. Gorman planted a hog eropi and Kennedy raised potatoes. Gorman's hogs calculated fWitn 1 Kti\ the start that thtjy would lard lip on Kennedy's inters, and no- thin# Kennedy could do would Ihtjuteft. ^jjVorry ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 30 July 1907

" vfi BH .'IJfWi ->'o s i-'wdtm 74 ;b ;■ v vm:'i lis" THE CASS COUNTY SUN — TEXAS FARMERS MEET JOHN BANGER, PUBLISHER UN.DKX, TEXAS I TENTH ANNUAL SESSION OF TEX- AS FARMERS' CONGRESS. PASSES CUT GREAT FIGURE WOMAN'S SENSATIONAL ARREST. A large number of farmers in Kauf- man county are spraying their cotton crop with oil. The experiment lias | been proven to be a success. The contract has been awarded for the foundation and basement story of the new Y. M. C. A. Hall at Sherman. When completed It Is to cost J50.000. It is announced by the Rlngllngs that they will establish their winter quarters at CollinsviUe, I .T., when the present season is ended. Tho Joseph Llnz deep well In Dallas has come In at 1535 feet with a flow of about 250,000 gallons per day. It la situated In the heart of the city. Austin city council has passed an or j dlnance placing the lowest price for any public labor at $1.75 per day. This Is to Include labor on rebuilding the dam. Secretary Taft has finally ar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 30 July 1907

i [ ' CUNVlHTIB.I EMPEROR OF KOREA WILL RE- LINQUISH REINS. YIELDS TO THE JAPANESE tumulto eheerln 1 §1 " I Abdication Ceremony Took' Place To- day at Ten O'clock—Mobs are Threatening the Peace. Tokio, July 19.—A dispatch from j Seoul says that the Emperor conven-! ed the elder statesmen at 1 o'clock I thin morning. The Cabinet Ministers : waited in an adjoining room while the \ Emperor conferred with the elder: htatesmen. After two hours' conference His! Majesty finally yielded and made up his mind to abdicate. It was decided to hold the abdica- tion'ceremony at 10 o'clock this morn- j H ing. 'I Much unrest prevails about the j palace, and at another place a crowd of 2,000 is assembled. A portion of this crowd assaulted the office of the ip Daily Kokumln, but the mob was dis- persed before heavy damage waB in- flicted. - . i i BStiSfai*' |H ■ OIL MILLS AND GINS. A Six Hundred Thousand Dollar Deal Is Closed. Port Worth, Tex., July 19.—Win- field Scott announced last night the closin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 30 July 1907

/ •> A SPlendid Chance For Young Men And Women. )od sal- WA NTI-II ) at a. ni'v, thousands of operatives. On the 12th of June, the R-1ioui law for railroad operators went into effect in the stattB^ffoxas, which created an additional de- mand for hundreds of operators. Next March, the ninehour F*>d-1 •e^al la w goes into effect , which ' 111 11 •' wHl make an additional require- , , I , aot humbug ibe-people tljen he i-nent of thousands ot opera torn, j. , J. . tini , . i ; is no good. The American peo- Manv roads 1:: Texas have H ,1 now been eompellci night offices. Western Un- u^riuir iiir- mn i Tliey went from thence to Mansfield, l)e Sojta Parish, where they had a grand Union rally. H rot her Faut again pulled off Fnion speech, which made the farmers and union men think i Iwy had never before heard a un- ion speech. 'Tis said they gather- ed hitn up and marched around ■i:; parade with him. 'Tis said, a prophet-is not. with- . : honor save in hit own coun- try. Whatever we h...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 30 July 1907

! M' ? >n- '.. ' <>r . w- - ,? . -■. ■'-■ J ' 4-r " :,'"'-",'C. ?;:j$? QBff Kfotm Ta vlo r ami wif town Saturday, looking happy ,\\ at AHdu.y attended to busi- o'ciot y\ i it( lh<.! Cave tOCAL iti'WLLTGENCE Wire Cut a at E. II Sheffield's* Mrs. Ingram is visiting her j he¥S in frur burg htat Satu 'daughter, Mrs, )'j. C. WohV*i\ Walter Lilc.s wascirculu 'this weak. • • 1 Undeu tbo other day. W ~-V , Ii. II. Early was circulating j 1 f you wunt t6 look neat aftd among tbe Lin'fttfn -people yes- nice buy yoiir Shoes and I its ■%s ■mnxif.J c#, me * tttir •. .'t «.e^fk vetuis£it\xfi &■ was in] r|'|)0 monument of lines will he un\ next Sunday a Springs c( Pov James was a met the Jefferson Cumi) dock inns: in I i I .L I I i;, ffi i: If , I i-H terday. Complete lino :>f Jewelry at the Cabin Drug Ftoro. Mr. Hufe Pate, of O'Fat're'll, attended to business in die city ycrterday. 'Charlie Powel and family vis- ited relatives at Piney Grove a few days last week. J. J, Story is...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 30 July 1907

: . i w E t i Si pi i 'V ! 1 , %&$* tyfc' Molly's Declaration of Independence BY F. H. LANCASTER Rsii?' ■ Kffi'r ! \4"'\s' .';,■ ...' ■ m *• feJPlt? : itr' IpSJ WMi Ml '. ■■ JV«1 & (Copyright, by Daily Story Pub. Co.) "I had sense eabugh to take care of mynelf before 1 was married," Molly aaid, hotly, to the wall opposite. "It is high time I made my declaration of independence." And then she paustftl. Like many yomif? people of the pres- ent generation, Molly Madison had never though much about the Declar- ation of Independence. She had read it perfunctorily at. school and her teacher had perfunctorily pointed out its noble sentiments—especially the "all men are created free and equal." This last had been impressed upon Molly's mind because one of the boys had seined the first opportunity to assure her that that might be noblo but it .wasn't true, and Molly had cleverly caught him up with "nothing can be noble that isn't true." The boy had appeared posed, and Molly had, in c...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 30 July 1907

)\ - , Vi,.. • ,*•* ■«# ■' X! '.'vt.V '■' 1 f|i!i vy " 'v • mm- Y'^ -Y:, 6#'^ ,. MM,* in iiiii. ii FROM ALL OVER TEXAS It,Is now estimated that the Ala> Imma cotton crop will make an 8U ycr cent yield. W. H. GUI, Chief Justice of the Court of Civil Appeals, First Judicial District, at Galveston, is to resign that position to enter the law firm oT Hogg, Watkliu & Jones of Houston. Charles Clement, an engineer, was killed at Minden, La., Tuesday morn- ing, being crushed to death. He leaves a widow and three children tt Bonham, Texas. Clarence Quick, aged 12 years, son of P. A. Quick, of Austin, is dead from lockjaw, as a result of a wound and powder burn received July 4 from a toy pistol explosion. Texas railroads must employ 300 additional accountant clerks and ex- pend at least $300,000 the first year in complying with recent orders of the Texas railroad commission. The Willis gin, six miles south of Nocona, burned at 1 o'closk Tuesday morning. Origin of the Are is un- known....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 30 July 1907

• Gun ?ro: Will von pi in - riT tfuabis? tt r?v- word* in be ! ie A; gro F. i-. L. L. Co-1 America.- In the lit at vant to say that 1 am a r of the P. E. <fe Co-O. U. ica, aqd am one of the targiirjtsers in North Miss gi*f>ypMho-" "if thf'l Br' :ii:if Brt) N'■ *1 • >11 ii i v i1 plied with t bt? law; and tlif iiiliSlk'd their contract vv ih irifi to the letter. The trior* that la oppo^d 'tt> ^ the colored iuaa joining tho In - ■■M^Hosedto the poor ren- ion iy oppt tor and 8hrtf* woi joining the Union good organization i! will tak$ hold and hcb a success. Now there i n&' white mt Yrtu have cm only make it about | ► P„; "m. **, ~ m&J? a^m*' worked worked under, Bru>. J. p. Montgomery before j M I v f pad any State union.' It was ' -13 middle men between us and while I was working in that ca-1 the factory, to the factory and p4-tv that mv attention wiuJBack. We white union people iallVd to the Union mom to ask someof thessoft fore ably by u good old darkey ol oli...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 6 August 1907

pplpll > i ma &. 13 A. Bi.UI'lK, Publisher. } v - ** VOL 32. - *'* " • , * . ' " .. LINDEN. TEXAS, TUESDAY, AUGUST 6. 1907. TWENTY MAXIMS.' The Into Professor Thomas Davidson gave'thesojinAxim# to wanted 1,000 r> i « M c t o r y ■ '\ ■ ■■ —— Organizers, to organize the col-; t'liurclii'i | 0ml people of ^lio United States^ —-— I eu by the Dtau. 0i I<xa , nnd preaAIngevtry 2nd and 4ih Sunday gU 8, and do not wait for, or dc | Copy-Itightod by the United by iiu Pastor at 11 a, m. and at ni.->ht. States, and '.lldorKed by the Kxe- Prajrer meeting every oih'r Thursday cutiVo Committee Ol the White night. Fannet > Union of Texas; for Ladles Aid Society meet* every Satur- further particulars address, J. E. A. Banwkk, Linden Texas. j m. b. crtiR&t sourii > i , . . IK.\ ,Vi. BSYCK, Past cm nmligon, m% i>. Sunday School at 10 a. m. cacti Sun- pend on, Oilier people. 2. Cling with all vortr might 18. (Jive whatever nil te- ll a nee and help you can to every myi ve...

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

i • Bs® w W1 ■ariiiii" oni'ir mm XL Wr* «nc CASS C0UN1Y SUN HAYWOOD IS ACQUITTED WIFE, SISTER IN LAW AND SELF. GREAT COMBINE KILLER JOHN BANGER, Publisher. 1.1 N DKN. i JURY RETURNS THE VERDICT OF VKXA8 "NOT GUILTY." The State Y. M. C. A. summer scho.l ! * JURY (HIT TWENTY-ONE HOURS EXCLUSIVE SALES DON'T GO Citizens of Midland County are a) most up in arms because of increased assessment of property this year. ft At least nine persons were drowned and several it is feared perished in the tire which destroyed the Cayuga Lake steamboat Frotatnac, off Farley's point Saturday A low-lived miscreant threw a stone into a hay-ride party at Sherman and badly hurt Miss Bertie Phillips, one of the party, striking her on the back of the head. The camp of Instruction of the Texas National Guard regulars came to an end Saturday evening, and practically all of the Midlers returned to their homes and headquarters. France Is In grave peril from the spread of the opium habit. It has se- cured such a ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 6 August 1907

■ " "' ' " , * '' ~ ; ■ •v* - Si «" • '■■' mt FARMERS' EDUCATIONAL AKD CO-OPERATIVE UNION | — OF AMERICA ===== J v j These are mighty hot anil dry (lays now, and It cannot be too strongly impressed upon the minds of all who have charge of any living things that shade and water are absolutely essen- tials ot life, and their plentifulness are essential to comfort and well-be- Educate and co-operate are the ba- sic words in the code of the Union man. If yon have a piece of knowl- edge that others should know, go to the Union and tell It; if you are losing out In the race, ask of the successful Union man, and don't be too stiff- neckod to take his advice, and then pass it on to your neighbor. ! 1 If some of our Texas brethren could 'drop In on Eome of the meetings that arc now being held In North Carolina, they would be surprised at the in- terest of the good oi' Tar Heels, who have an idea that Texas is only a bome for the long-horn and the horn- ed toad, and not the place for the birt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 6 August 1907

& tffsT hi -J;'."' Fs':fSS Kditor & Propriotpr Tl'lKC rtM'N'l 1 Sll N |lultlii. I""l "U Tuwv.tl.v, iV llO'li-*! f t U"' l.iltltl'll JMJrttolll lis; (M'Oufi I'hu- "nitti l S5m ,y H lw ol to .-IMirses' F^Hiouti t hrougout he l-Ku Orleans ( -limit if HVaiuinu' School In oWftf tlic most 1 borough ■B.1H • (rliii j n\})ii in \* til . \ lifL'B Ol Wl it 11/J lew 'flays ( xI'C'i lence in 11 ospit \\ hen I to<ik >t boring lino 'ii1! rn'tvden I on iii miMij ftVIK ' Ol SI'OSV RIPTIO oitlgle < opy pci yrui " m* nivitiHi i ' •*> Sr< (• p. v; Vivtit i Kit wtlhuiit tli i a al v ani'K; pa |x i sU v Hit I"1! \VC 1(WC il f.| . Ml i nt > *" I (lie h up to-dnte institutions iu myself in cnre of Mr. Raymond United States, a Iikti numbers i , • , ' ... | L m v lop, a deserving young man. ntn'Vug; its graduate^ ladies ol ' n, , ,v .1 and two joliv follows from No- t lie '"r-.-lifsl cl'iu ju trf- Worthy , , , HW|m'^.iativwoItliftoliloHt.nid!lirrtsk«l- A'Hcr ,hl'eo hottr lu,t U'st r...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 6 August 1907

li— mm *•*■> * 7." *Sj/A ...•■■ ■/::... ft>. *>■ ;i«n Y0C\/1L TNTF.LLTGEJfCii Mrs. Kvie Miles and.spn, .Jessie, ■: — • flirt* visiting Mrs. <J. tS. Morris Mr Kit fteatb, of KildfUO) Vns in (ho city yester-lav. Frill Me Michael whs circulat- ing around to.ivn yesterday. Winter Ctibbfijie Seed und Tnv- nip Seed at ihffUnss Front . Mr Bun'"Price i visiting his daughter, Mrs, V. 1). 0Has% thi- vvcck. Mi yolin SnellgVnve wa< mi visitor yesterday. this week. \V. 8. Latham pent 'k big water ftv*l0n a ffcw days a"0. Thanks; it ivus tine. If you want a ;;;ood Pie or Cus- | (or&go to the CfWss. Front and J get a can ol Sweet Potatoes. •Rev. J. W. ErwiYi id at Caves spring this Week h'ss'iathig in a | protracted meeting. 1 The Big Fall Opening The Tyler^Vmnnerejfil Cofldr^i of Tyler, Texan, will rench it1< I murk of .1500 new enrollment* , tor this tear, which will place it "BY THEIR in the lead of all othei ftUHUie":?' cfo'iloges from point Of ■n'ft'n'heVH. sometime benn...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 6 August 1907

xm m- .. i . ICw! i Pc-ru-na Useful for Catarrh? Should a list of tlie ingredients of Pe~ rooa bo «ubmittcd to ai*y medical ex- port, of whatever school or nationality, iio would be obliged to admit without; reserve that each one of them was of un- doubted value in chronio catarrhal dis- eases, and had stood the test of many g years' experience in the treatment of ouch diseases. THEE.E CAN BE NO DISPUTE ABOUT THIS WHAT- EVER. Peruna is composed o f the most efficacious and universally used herbal remedies for catarrh. Every ingredient of Peruna has a reputation of its own in the cure of some phase of catarrh. Peruna brings to the home the COM BINED KNOWLEDGE OF SEVEBAL SCHOOLS OF MEDICINE in the treat- ment of catarrhal diseases; brings to the home the sciontific skill and knowl- edgeofthemodcrnpharmaciot; and last but notloast,brings to the home the vast and varied experience of Dr. Hartman, in the use of catarrh remedies, and in the treatment of catarrhal diseases. The fact is, ch...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 6 August 1907

.•m *. .y, * •«'..." ;f1 / * ... "V. sdte I A ! FROM ALL OVER TEXAS 1 a seven-leKKfl calf, about 2 months old, Is a freak uu exhibition at Mine- ola. At the Decatur celeoration la3t Thursday Gen. Cabell and Senator Bailey spoke to 1-0,000 people. Lumber In the Houston market has taken a lumblo of $1 per thousand feet. Citizens of Sherman are complain- ing on an invasion of caterpillars, ■which are greatly - damaging shade trees. Col. E. H. R. Green and others of Dallas are sinking an oil well at Cash, u station on the Texas Midland Railroad in Hunt county. Oscar Johnson, a colored man who resided la the First Ward, Houston, was instantly killed Thursday after- noon by a shock from an electric wire. # Major Wm. J. Carta, a prominent citizen and capitalist of Dallas, died In that city last Thursday. He was an old resident of that city. Dr. Watkins of Kemp has resigned as a member of the North Texas In- sane Asylum board of Terrell. Dr. W.- J. Pollard of Kaufman has been ap- pointed to...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 6 August 1907

.hfNweV" V::. unl.v be soiv"il mate separat ion of ] Tills nuiy l>> true, but 1 space fordouht. Some good thicker ol t South said, "tlf(j Negro is iuw ol naUim j-iU1(| |u, js |,m. u> stay. it shall be our eter- tins is t vj,;* li t ns mty farms of, «ct opr of th s_> iKdirfful ^tttrs with :ig star. A new nation, ! some kind. We may do this by j wit any extra corn V' te Mitdiel,has*ow sprung Lavin£S ., jlttlemonev and by in-! Tr,~ pk'.turcsa"s^in- worts<f art., ggjHJgSy* ■ i ' I (lone in nine colors. 1 wo of th:ni art?. .* i ■ aboi Ameii- tlit' American SENT FREE | couvinco you t ' can. In upon the Stage, l ight million | VPtiting this in landandcultivato :)f tie■ utifui girir.. On? wears ol people lia\ e heeii 11.) listed ill-, jj. carefully and add moi'e Ironi blaclTpicture hit artd lu# two roses piiiri' to the center of our eiviltzationj to time, mid into a progressive ngp. j The Km rope; §$gf& * * ki..- •< . V... • ! ccl to li r pink bodice. It l his one is-'...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 13 August 1907

W . J" gragmggl .Jp* ; • ;a W... - - ' 'V. ' I ,1 * ' i! ;; v: . ' Vj" J fi A. H-tlWiMt, Publisher. }■ .A. J'aper Demoted to tlie bdsfc Xritoi"e yt« oi tlio JAiople.. SMlwn{>i«m«, *#.<> ttrr Aoniurt VOL 32. i I I I r ■ r - N' ■ - i R * LINDEN. TEXAS, TUESDAY, AUGUST 13 1907. i—.^« MM NO. 33. AFTER ALL. Who wants to sit anddmntiond dream Of a. pair of latl eyftt, wont to gleam WANTED 1,000 Organizers, to the <*& CltitrclHft 'VV*'% tired people of the Unit eel State* v e. 1 . • tutp The N*>gw FftffrntH* find La- fiAPTisf . (borons' rdn--i(!'i: unl-. t vu-< >pertV-' r. G, Watson, pafctcte I live I'nio'n of America Charter. . Sunday «oi,ooi at 10o^clock a/m.c?cU tnto lite mvn from shadows di.U, r>d hv till* SI .,1V of -iw-m and bunduy'L' C"XUaVfr' Aligh't with Idve ail-, all for him? tHl Oy.Tlie Mat0 ot ana poaching every 2nd imd *th Sundey .....7. ' , tI> t '< >]>.\-Ixirt-htod by the liujted by tin Pastor at 11 a:'m. and-hi night. 01 the vanwhed ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 13 August 1907

egg K m %■■ w WINS MS - ' V-. JOHN SHARPE ELECTED. VOTE SHOWS NO TINKERING O CONSTITUTION WANTED. CONGRESSMAN WILLIAMS - TEXAS ■■Ml The rulse in price by the faouth- Telephone company of busi phones Waco from $3 to $4 per month is raising a howl. CONFEDERATE WIDOWS WIN The work on the Haskell oil mill i'3 in good progress, and within a shori time this mill will be ready to taku care of this year's sued crop. John Baraon has been awarded ths contract for the extension qf the Fed eral building at Fort Worth. His bid was $141,760 for the job complete. The Governor has appointed Gen- eral W. H. Stacy, of Austin, a mem- ber of the board of managers of the State Insane Asylum, succeeding R. W. Flnley, resigned. / The Governor has appointed J. D. Dupuy, of San Antonio, a member of the board of the Southwest Texas In- sane Asylum, succeeding Dr., T. T. Jackson. Rather than face a called session of the legislature, the railways in Vir- ginia 'have decided to submit to the recent statute fixi...

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