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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 1 June 1915

• ^ or t'Xim THE CASS COUNTY J| Bil ^ ; V£«E * :j X'Wr* • • • rr:' .*. ; ITALIAN COAST TOWNS ATTACKED BY AUSTRIA GREAT ENTHUSIASM 18 REPORT- ED IN ROME, LONDON, PARI8 AND PETROGRAD. ITALY DECLARES WAR ON AUSTRIA WILDEST JOY IS SHOWN BY ITAk* IANS AS PREPARATIONS ARE MADE FOR CONFLICT. RUSSIANS TAKE OFFENSIVE ELEVENTH TO TAKE IIP ARMS Vienna for First Time in Weeks Fails to Make Claims of Successes In Galicia. Mo Separate Peace for Italy. London.—Italy has given her adhe- sion to the agreement already signed by the allied powers not to conclude a separate peace. The signature of a formal document to this effect Is im- minent. Summary of Event.?. The war declared by Italy on Aus- tria is not yet in full swing, but small battles are under way along the fron- tier and the Austrians already have undertaken action against the Italian towns on the east coast with -warships and aeroplanes. The towns shelled and bombarded included Venice, An- cona, Porto Corsini, Barletta, Gesl and iPotenza ...

Publication Title: Cass County Sun, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 1 June 1915

o#-<: HABOLD MCGBATfl Aufhor^ The Garpe t IromBa^da The Place °f Honeymoons, el c. COPYRIGHT 3Y T/fl DQB&J-/1EJWLL COn/WlY « SYNOPSIS. —10— Warrington; an American adventurer, and Janit-H, his servant, with a cosed par- rot, the trio known up and down the Ir- rawaddy as Parrot & Co., aro bound for Rangoon. Elsa Chetwood, rich American Klrl tourist, sees Warrington and asks the purser to Introduce her. Ho tells her that WarrlnRtoo has beaten a syndicate and «old his oil claims for £20,000. Warrington puts Hajah, the parrot, through his tricks lor Klsn and they pass two golden days together on the river. In Rangoon, War- rington Interferes In a row over cards (caused by an enemy, Newell Craig. Klsa Is annoyed by Craig and stabs him with a hatpin. Warrington discovers Elsa on the Singapore steamer. He avoids her. Craig Is aboard nflil Is warned by Warrington who ceases to avoid Elsa. Craig stirs up «vll gossip. Elsa tells Warrington of the hatpin Incident and ho hunts up Cra...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 1 June 1915

vvf yi-:';i:• - j;': ■ W&wwWM '■■: ■ '.•;/ ■-■■-^* 'B ' - ' m : *•• TOHEffiSHHg vfr"*: ^PSB ~ ■ < wr ' A'<1 f'il'i"",nli-M -jiBUk'M ,.n^i_ p£^f""v '""' " ^vf '• ''. { ' ■ ' > 1 •■ I > / i :i ■ - ■\-.l'.v ' . J~,j - K i) J VISITORS ON THE AE.RO3C0PE. 2foS rEE.T ABOVE THE EARTH mmm HPI mmwm g^llll&ggg § - • . V .' •; *\Zk®r$ K ^ THE WONDERFUL AEROSCOPE, HIGHER THAN THE FERRIS WHEEL, GIVES | PROFESSIONAL CARDS. VISITORS MAftVALGUS VIEW OF THE WORLD'S GREATEST EXPOSITION W. B Figures Hill Stewart . riGUEBB ft 8TBWABT Attorn#y«-at-L w 1 General Practice is all Stele and Fed- eral Courts. Office ofer Motris Drug Store. Atlanta, Texa9 Davis & Herndon physicians an1) surgeons linden, :•: texas. Prompt attention given to all calls day or night. Office on south side of Court House square J. O. GOODMAN BARBER SHOP. Q.N WEST SIDE OF SQUARE. good workmen—quick service everything up to date hot and cold baths THEY Will APPRECIATE YOUR TRADE. r. A Oosslej DENTIST I Prepared...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 8 June 1915

TT -.—■ ■ wy,, ■■ ■ ' ' ''y--'' I '' :T: ' V ^ '*< i - * •• ■*, I. +■ \ v-.'-.,-, r ■ it y " 'Ft 7 i ii H4!\'< ER & I3RWIN, Publishers. ^ Paper TDevotod to tli© best Interests of the People. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JUNE 8, 1916. VOL. 40. The Last Call for Mexico: President Wilson has been at great pains toprovethe disinter- ented friendship and sympathy of the United States for the peo- ple of Mexico. It is through no fault of his that his policy of watchful waiting has failed and that the factions in Mexico have refused to bring peace and order out of the chaos into which Mex- ico was plunged two years ago. He now serves notice on the load- ers of the warring factions in that unhappy country that the time is approaching when patience will cease to be a virtue 'and un- less they compose their differ- ences unci restore order the Unit- ed Staten will be compelled to uct. Conditions in Mexico have grown from bad to worse. From a'country in which revolution prevailed it has b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 8 June 1915

mm* ^ * loM .V., 550WP WE^mmmSm^ ttii ; * ' V; 3 aivd Shrub TKcirrare ai\dCuMvatiorv. *m if I '• •••; •• 7:: ■ THE CASS COX t V'c" OP "N-. • ' ■ - 't; - = Ir Baby Wreath and Pinks. PLANTS FOR SHADY WINDOWS By EBEN REXFORD. It often happens that the woman Hvho loves plants has no sunny win- dows In which to grow them, and, un- der the Impression that they cannot be successfully grown without sunshine, she does not attempt their cultivation, thus depriving herself of a great deal of pleasure, especially in the winter. There Is no good reason why the lover of plants should be without their company in the winter, provided, of course, that the temperature of the rooms can be regulated to keep out the frost, and some of the plants that can be grown in the windows that are without sunshine are among our most desirable ones for house culture. First on the list I would place the Boston fern. Nearly everyone is fa- miliar with this plant. It requires only the ordinary attention. Give It a soi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 8 June 1915

'• T it « — ' ■ W t:; THE CASS COUNTY STTN i« AS NAMED IN HAWAII NOMENCLATURE OF THE NATIVES 3INUULARUY PICTURESQUE. Mra. Oyster, Atlantic Ocean and Stonrw aoh Are Examples—Male Infant Christened "Mr*. Tompkins," Girl Named "8amson." The natives of Hawaii are singular- ly picturesque in their choice of names. Mrs. Scissors, The Thief, The Ohost, The Fool, The Man Who Washes His Dimples, Kre. Oyster, The Weary Lizard, The Husband of Kanela (a male dog), The Great.Ket- tle, The Nose, The Atlantic Ocean, The Stomach, Poor Pussy, Mrs. Turkey, The Tenth Heaven, are all names that have appeared In the city directory. They are often careless of the gen- der or appropriateness of the names they take. A householder on Bere- tanla streetj Honolulu is called The Pretty Woman (Wahfne Malka'i); a male Infant was lately christened Mrs. Tompkins; one little girl Is named Samson; another, The Man; Susan (Kukena) is a boy; bo are Polly Sarah, Jane Peter and Henry Ann. A pretty little maid has been n...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 8 June 1915

SKKB t ■ m i m ■ J. f ,|®r^ r i s §4j& mm - COUNTY BUN S. A. B.V>UJUR W. L. ERWtV lN0BR & BRWIN, EDITORS AW PROPRIETORS. lii; THI CASS COUNTY SUN pnblUhsd every 'Tuesday, U entered at tbe tlndeu oontOffloe; m Second.CImi matter. Obituary notices and cards A thanks Hie inserted at two-and-a-half cents pei line kxrgsor subscription: Single copy per yetrr ' $1.00 " six months ' 80 cents No papers sent out without, the cash In advancb; paper stopped when time is «nt, or we lose it. IF YOU PLEASE. Other peoples faults are no credit to you. Your merits will be seen wtaeu you conceal your own faults. Malice in the heart of any man only makew him contemptabfe in the sight of others. I know some people who de- spise others because they cannot hurt them with their lies. If you want to find out some- thing bad on the ot her fallow you always have to go to some un- worthy person for your informa- tion. About the poorest way iu the world for any one to reveal their own merits, is to f...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 8 June 1915

sbm ' MM K Cft W ■■-■ -«>' - '. v '■■.■ T" '11 > - > ' > ?^ PrlS -r-rnrrr- '"Trr— J-v 1,/* I ii, LAJUjj&JVUfi xtra fine Cocking Oil at R. nn's. iHifl Gri(fii , of Cmpeta, was in fcha city one day last week. Itortiey 0. C. Hiuea, of Jet- was in Linden yesterday. Fire an." I Jo to I. N. Marett foi Tornado Insurance. v?a fliss Mollie Nelson is iu Tex- nna attending tho Normal. f J. Kirklund,of near Alinira, i in (he city yesterday. Pishing poles at Sain Fant'a. rs Charlie Lotntnon, of neJir Lodi, was visiting in Lin- db\\ one day lust week. Ira. J. C. Fant spent a few 9 last week with Mrs. Roy me in Shiloli community. Jotton seed itleal and bulla est Linden Transfer Co. klr. Will A. Allen, of Spring- wus on our streets yeater da St< ( tin (in da; lei on Sirs. Ethel Sch.uter, of Jef- on. is here visiting her par- i Mr. and Mrs. K. VVynn. ui other plan for paying bills is s o convenient, so business 11k,e us paying bv cheek. , Cuss County State Bank. IMr. Fi«k U>ber...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 8 June 1915

>,6 mm? *Kp Wlh REPLIES MAN NOTE "I w <lbut t had tc a k n iff take o Just inquiri bat ar Witho, tim dived .*nd-dieapp a DECLARES LUSITANIA WAS AN ARMED CRUI8ER AND SUNK IN 8ELF DEFEN8E. WASHINGTON DISAPPOINTED President Wilson li Expected to Ar* twer at Once With a Firm and Determined Reply. Berlin, via London.—Germany with- holds its final decision on the demands advanced by the United States gov- ernment In connection with the sink- ing of the Lusltania until the receipt of an answer from the United States to the note which Herr von Jagow, the foreign minister, has delivered to Am- bassador Qerard, In reply to the Amer- ican note reoeived by the German gov- ernment May 15. In its reply the German government declares that it is not Is intention to submit neutral ships in the war zone, which are guilty of no hostile acts, to attacks by submarines or aero- planes ; that It is investigating the cir- cumstances in connection with the at- tacks on the Gushing and Gulfllght, and t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 8 June 1915

i THE CASS COUNTY SUN PELLAGRA CURE SAVES HER LIFE HAROLD HCCiMm |Com-. GDPYftJGfiT BY Tf!£ BQBBJ-ffEffRfLL CQfJflUlY 8YN0PSIS. —11— Win rlnpton, nn Amerlcnn adventurer, pa tor,*'"! hum Ills servant, with a cased pur- had ,rl° known up and down the Ir- rawaddy as I'urrot & Co., are bound for OH! Hhiikoom. EIhu Chetwood, rich American . JW-, ^ ' tourist, gees Warrington und askg the «_ j | l'Vr^r to Introduce her. He tells her that , u WurrlnRtoti has beaten a syndicate and press- ^"'l| I'In < ll claims for £20,000. Warrington • I puts li ij ih, Hip parrot, through his tricks * J°r usil aruj they pass two golden days > andi. ''1 f 'mi the river. In Rangoon, War- rington Interferes In a row over cards I state * rhave. iLydm lund; 1 them |ver !i right ILES PPLIES CO.. '. WORTH j , TEX. i I'rmldtii icoor HnlNora! i' I'■ l In] prlco* ; aleir Th rpli D to 91 I) to )to r JU> 4.1 11*- <AO 126. ror- j on the river. In Rangoon, War- ftken" ""l,ru " Interfere* In a row over car...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 8 June 1915

displays in the Palaces cA the Panama- Pacific International Exposition. Today the great Panama-Puolfic International Exposition at San Fran- pe -r: BSi hii out 1 . I crt be ow 8 oo tb< I spi hut II tliii alw woi tioi a XV ox owt poii Otll! K you oth< will cult af nilic pie i the New TI has xnilli Ju with is wl your If. will i you echo a r folio all ri ly to your don' wivei enter who Tb oper. earri bet w centl1 tione fuHys net^t 4'Wei alont bis fe tor fc me a) agair Tht bis le! "Aud right' "I v "but . had to^J a knife take oi JUBt inquire bat ar. Witboi tim dived •aod-disappea. §i la being widely exploited throughout the world by the millions of sight- seers who huvo visited the oxposltkm since its opening on February 2t)th last as the most beautiful, comprehensive and interesting universal exposition that the world has ever known. The wonderful exhibit palaces house the treasures ot the earth, while the grounds, planted to millions of rare bt}lba, are a gorgeous mass of iolor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 15 June 1915

I III) I s.l I I I Ider. n eve I l> cal llomlfl luy IJ a )■ lr In l'l Icr, }, H.J H- pidcnf Jive I), he lira] Af I L'Ol/f/l I of Dr needed l lds an(' jind Lun [lake th peap ant Jew Dis r Drug King' ►irient a the rc Semi- $1.59. ibacrib Sl eRWIM, Publisher*. )• Paper Devoted to the best Interests of the People. i Subscription, $1.00 Per Aiiiiui VOL. 40. LINDEN, TEXAS, TXJESDAY, JUNE IB, 1916. NO. 24. I Jes' Wants to Sleep With That Money One Night, j We must Lave a better rural credit system and we must have cooperative marketing, but even these will not make the South j prowperouB. As Prof. E. C. Branson has so frequently said, the South's wealth-producing power is tre- mendous; its wealth-retaining power is absurdly small. Our Southern farmers make millions and millions of dollars worth of cot toil and tobacco, but pay it, right out again for Western corn ' and hay and meat, phis the mid- dlemen's charges and the freight' bills. As Commissioner E. J. Watson says: "We have been d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 15 June 1915

SH3 ir- . 'ri||HH , , —_ ; $ I1'•' pira FROM CABINET CONSIDERED REPLY TO GERMANY TOO STRONG, GIVEN A8 & HIS REA80N. CONTRARY TO PEACE POLICY Robert Laming, Counsellor of th« 8tate Department, Become* Sec- retary ad Interim. Washington—William Jennings Bry- Wn, three times Democratic candidate <t>r the presidency of the United States and author of nearly 30 peace treaties •with the principal nations of the world resigned Tuesday as secretary of fctate as a dramatic sequel to his dis- agreement with President Wilson over *he government's policy toward Ger- many. I The resignation was accepted by the president:. ^The cabinet then ap- proved the response which had been prepared to the German reply to the (Lusltania note. Acting Secretary Lan- ding signed the document, wtiich was cabled to Berlin Wednesday. Secretary Bryan will return to pri- vate life. It was learned that he in- tends to continue his political support •of the president. Rather than sign the document, which he ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 15 June 1915

ffi '£*■ t&'''" *H' •'"/" 1 1 , J^! MM E CASS COUNTY SUN ■ ' ...' ; ■ •...7V >■' •■ ■'■ i' ''%,":^-.v ■ -v .v.'jfv,.- PADDOT6' c^=r m HAROLD MACGMfl Auflior 5^ The Carpe t IromDa^dacb The Place °f Honeymoons, eve. i11 & 1*7*551 w, COPY/VG/tr SY T/1£ DO&aJ-rtEJWLL CO/lfAtiY 8YNOP8I8. —12— Warrington, an American adventurer, •ind James, hla servant, Willi a cagoil par- lot, the trio known up and down tlie Ir- rawaddy as Parrot & Co., are bound for IiuiiKoon. Elsa Chetwood, rich American Rlrl tourist, sees Warrington and asks the purser to Introduce hei. He tells her that "urrlngton has beaten a syndicate and sold his oil claims for £30,000. WarrlnKton puts ltajah, the parrot, through his tricks for Elsa and they pass two golden days together on the river. In Rangoon, War- rington Interferes In a row over cards caused by an enemy, Newell Craig. Kl a In annoyed by Craig and stabs him with a hatpin. Warrington discovers Elaa on the Singapore steamer. Ho avoids her. Cra...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 15 June 1915

HB> ; * :; 3S*5f; - : ■ ■ ' $' Pi ' ■IL^ mw Wf'' | WM ?• - >• OASS COUNTY SON B. A, BAKUHB, W. L. ERWIN "BANGER irfiswrn, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. * THE CASS COUNTY SUN pn'ulUhed every Tuesday, In entered at the Linden uoatolUee; as Sooou'.l.ClauR matter. Obituary notices and cards of thanks wil'be inserted at two-and-a-half cents pei line ratss op subscription: Single copy per year ' $1.00 " six months ' 60 cents No papers sent out without the cash In advancB; paper stopped when time is "ut, or we lose it. Be and Do S. S. Class. Mr. Elmer Brown entertained his Sunday Sshool ClasB with an f outing on Hughes Lake, June 10-11. We had plenty fi'sh to eat, which almost every one had the pleasuae of.lielping catch. Some of our girls even grew bold enough to row the boat by them- selves. Another interesting feature was Homer Lemmon making a 40 ft dive from a tree top into the lake. We regretted very much that our affable Supt. could be with us only one day Also a number of the membe...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 15 June 1915

; i I ' f >0*1 It! PH I Is In It it in ° It is it 4 i) Lemons at S ten Faot'r ■ — • -Extra fine Cooking Oil at K. Wynu's, Louie Miles of Atlanta spent Sunday night in Linden. Mexican June corn tor sale at the Linden Mercantile Go's. Go to I. N. Marett foi Fire and Tornado Insurance. Fishing poles at Sam Kant's. 11. E. Florence's Tittle boy was quite sick Sunday. Cotton seed meal and hulls at the Linden Transfer Co. J. C. Kant and family visitGd Hardy Simmons' famity in Sloomburg Saturday. June corn seed lor aab at Sara Pant's. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Lanier visited W. H. Hatcher and wife at SLiloh Saturday and Sunday. Buy your coffins, caskets aud burial suits from John S. Mor- ris & Son. Homer Stanley visited home folks in Queen City Saturday night and Sunday. Fruit Jars, Caps and Rubbers at the Linden Mercantile Co's. John S. Morris aud wifu spent Sunday nut at Mr. J. R. Hedges, near Cuves Springs. Uncle Zuck Carwile and L. N. Melton, of New Colony, were in the city yesterday. N...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 15 June 1915

■ . vH /; ■>' r.-t<^.' '"ycX .*i\''V "' ' v'-T?, THE CASS COUNTY SUN *5 aivd Shrub _ 'TKoir fare ai\d Cultivatioiv Th. Caladlum or Elephants' Ear* Are Popular Bedding Plant*. The caladlum esculentum or ele- phants' ears are popular bedding plants. And now a little advice about these. The seedsmen offer them In Sifferent sices, from those the size of a large, unhulled walnut to ^he mon- HELPS IN FLOWER GROWING By L. M. BENNINGTON. Weed seeds have more vitality than flower seeds, for after the flower beds are made and the seeds sown, weeds appear before the flowers. Don't ■waste time weeding by hand, but get a good weeding hook and stir the soil, killing the weeds. Don't spade the soil before the moisture of winter and spring has drained from it, so that it will pul- verize perfectly. If the soil drops from the spade In moist, soggy lumps, be sure it is not ready fo work. It is not a good plan to sow all an- ""Rls at the same time, nor plant ur . ftof blooming bulbs all to- eter...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 15 June 1915

V HEW* fe*: * h ':'K. I^:JU K<Msr '*' \ ' '<, As ■'t-; E CASS roiJNTY SITN FOUR MILES IN AIR WONDERFUL VIEW AFFORDED TO THE AVIATOR. At That Height Two Hundred Miles of the Earth, In Every Direction, May Be 8een—Its Effect on the Netvea. Augustus Post writes of the "Experi- ences of an Airman." He has been up four miles and tells how the earth looks from that altitude. "For every mile's ascent," he writes, ^"96 miles of view open out, so that at the highest point 1 have reached, more than four miles, one could see 200 miles on the earth's surface In every direction, unless low hanging clouds lie between the aeronaut and the rest of humanity. Sometimes llko fields of polar Ice, sometimes opal and rose and gold—It Is a wonderful thing to see the upper side of a sunset— the floor of the clouds, ever shifting, ever taking on more varied shapes, moves beneath you, or you rise through a high-floating one, in a brief -white solitude. "One side of the cloud floor may be red above the ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 15 June 1915

m — ■ — '— TEXAS DOMESTIC SCIENCE LABOfiATORY^ HOUSEWIVES LEARNING FOOD VALUES ■ -difTT-r-'1 ' t IPS" J 1 t w4 Statisticians estimate that $9,000,000,000.00 is spent annually in the United States to satisfy the primary wants of man ; food, shelter, clothing. Women spend three-fourths of this vast sum, Is it not the part of wisdom for. the state to see to it that they are equipped to spend this money judiciously? To teach the future housewives of Texas this important art is being attempted with splendid succcsa by the University of Texas, at Austin, through its department of domestic economy. Girls are here afforded scientific instruction in all that pertains to home-making. The student is taught to judge textiles properly, the elements of drcss-makmg, home decoration, the value of home-furnishings, food values, cooking, and so on. In •short, girls are given a thorough course in the science and art of jl^iome-making. MANUAL TRAINING AT STATE UNIVERSITY University of Texas Students—fu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 22 June 1915

t fig I ■'"I'll ' Wr mmmfM . • r .;' JR? • ■>■ * ' ;'•'<!' T. ?; ■ v 'i' Vr/W" flf)* ..•!•' q_-f -.- -' .' • in NP^irwiw^' M m i Mfr?' " f •■; TfMP" •. ' • f :S, ' ,.■ , : ,.' I- v o®r *5s?'X;: ■' ' Sw^i K VVU R & ERWN, Publisher*. > A. t aper Devoted to the best Interests of the People. 4 Subscription, tl.OO Per Amtnm VOL. 40. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JUNE 22, 1015. NO. 25. RURAL CREDITS. Iu a recent address delivered by The Texas Ginning Law. The bill provides that three NOTICE! Senator Robert L. Owen, he says samples shall be taken from each that "we have practically agreed bale of cotton while in process of upon a bill for rural credits es- ginning, neither of which shall tablishing a central bank, contain exceeding five and one- through which other banks are third ounces (buyerscontend four to work." ; ounce sufficient), but allow the The basis ii appears, is to be a maximum of five and one-third mortgage upon land; but if you ounces, aggregating sixteen want to bor...

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