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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 14 January 1919

WES 'ii&t i; ' .>!• • MhhHW^' o Vt^w,, iyHiiiii •JOT? ,;. • /J. BP*?: k^; LEAGUE OF NATIONS PLANS DEVELOPING tWO TENTATIVE BRITISH PLANS AND ONE FRENCH PLAN AL- READY SUBMITTED. PRESIDENT IS NOW IN PARIS Suggestions So Far Are in General Terms, With Details Yet to Bo Worked Out. Paris.—President" Wilson has com- pleted his swing through England and Italy and has returned to Paris. He was accompanied by Mrs. Wil- bon and Miss Margaret Wilson. The president is ready for the first gathering of the premiers and statesmen of the entente powers. The first conferences will be in the nature of informal exchanges of views by the various groups having common interests. Two British plans of this tenta- tive nature have been presented— one by Lord Robert Cecil, the other by Lieutenant General J. C. Smuts of the war cabinet. The French plan as formulated by M. Bourgeois has also been Bet forth, and these aro being compared by the American specialists, who are preparing the ground work for...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 14 January 1919

THE CASS COUNTY SUN A TEe Light in the Clearing A Talc of the North Country in the Time Silas Wright IRVING By BACHELLER Author of "Eb«n Holden." "D'rl end I," Darrel of the Bleaaed Inlet" Keeping Up With LUtle," Etc., Etc. (Copyright, by Irving Bocheller) CHAPTER I—Continued. —2— I could only fail into his nrms nnd express myself lu the grief of child- hood. He hugged me close nnd begged me to tell him what was the mut- ter. "That Wills boy stole my melon." I Bald, and the words came slow with sobs. "Oh, no, he didn't," Bald Uncle Pea- body. "Yes he did. I saw a piece o' the rlnV "Well by—" said Uncle Peabody, stopping, as usual, at the edge of the precipice. "He's a snnke," I added. "And^ you fit and he scratched you up that way?" "I scratched him, too." "Don't you say a word about It to Aunt Deel. Don't ever speak o' thnt miserable melon ag'In to anybody. You scoot around to the barn, an' I'll be there In a minute and tlx ye up." - He went by the road with the tea and I ran aroun...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 14 January 1919

WJllibil'jiiJ'1 , —n i • ?" •3tw- r.;:( L* ' , >' *Vp * V. - ,«Xr~ . ' J' •■ ♦.vwjmusitvj r "*/. ,. Wi.'.V ... . w*V3r*< />>,v \o.> - • t *3& fir iMpWf I Qa ,W ■$&*?'£? .'. ■■••.>■••" +./';vk p miv J'~~Y y~~"\ M-'i • '"i llSfek }!v^h^<hJSSB>S& -VV :&.' • , . 1 - K. i,. . '-'it , Sunday School at IOo'cU t iunday, T. L. Hamilton) Supt. Preaching every Sunday by the Pastoi at 11 a. m. and at night Prayer mectinp ^very Thursday night Ladies Aid So .ety meets every Wed ncsday evening ,;u ||. 1'. Martin MTLNEft MAE TIN „ :"t. old ( itv f? a rupee statm. g .'(.:i!c in r., tor your Auto !!•*!- :iriiifj;. ;t •■" pJenao you, tell | Others; if not, t !i us. Wit guarantee our 1 S . Ford ports, etc. nlwa\s in stock. I'rices reasonable. '• '°r your patronage mid will appreciate it. Give u- n tiinl. : CASH, OR THIRTY DAYS. «r- 'L-~ mm V ,Ky.; ■ Outlook Of The Southern Farmer Charles a. whittle, ill Soil Improvement Comfhittee, Atlanta; 6a. Prosperity glows! ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 21 January 1919

G IXAI. |l calls ide of ley d cf Bldg. h 64miER & ItlliVtft, Publishers. } I A iPaper Devoted to tlio best Interests of the I'eople. {Subacripfion, $!.; <> Per Annum VOL. 44. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JANUARY 21, 1919. NO, 3. "ar «- * WSamsnHZm7T>-3ZrBTR8T Letter From France. Dear Viola, Katie and all: Your most welcome letter of Oct. 28th came safe to hand a few days ago. I was glad to hear from you ngaiu, and to know you were all well. This leaves me as well as usual, and I hope it may find you all in the best of health. It has been raining here for several days and dont seem like it will quit soon. I jusb come back from the French city of Verdun a few days ago. 'It has at one time been a very beauti- ful place, but 1 dont think there is a house in the place but what has been hit by a shell. Some of them are completely ruined. There is not a place 1 have been yet but what was shot up, that is anywhere near the front. It's a had night to see the civil- ians going back to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 21 January 1919

n' « AM B''. • V',.v / %Mrt- % 11 IR1 / v .1 ':%5 mmm &*~e- m m Tvm CASS COUNTY SUN '.Net Contents 15 Fluid Draoti ii JS«f ALCOHOL-3 PER CP NT. AVe^elable Preparation for As similatin$thcF< d by BejJul tin6thc Stomachs and Bewc^ K,5S gftgiq it ££.'' vi mm tm pants. ch1ldr Thereby Promoting DiS<- '11 Cheerfulness andRestfo <l J neither Opium,Morphl ■«<** Mineral. Not Nahc *| X^^auilrSAiMLfi -;® ! Smf V JbtAtlk Anist Sftf/ jpk&xnw ffhrm S*d Oarifi*-' *y?af M fla VUt a hclpfulRcmedyfof ' Gonstipation and Diarrlux • T and Fcverlshness ami ■ LO&1 OF SLEEP rcs\ullin« thv rcfrora^ni,llanr W-SImilc Signature?* \a^0es IeSe crrrAtm c ow"^' MEW ypR^i itx*a Copy of iv rapper. Tor Infanta and CL ldran. * others Know That Genuine Cas ;qria Always Bears the Signature of ■ the IKITCMCN! cabinet! V I in Use For Over Thirty Years THK OCNTAilfl COMMNV, NEW YORK CITY. ' /: ^ I' W*& pplied. tadfe hair Is a Not Caretulljr "The nwv (rteUopYl decKId blonde, isn'U'p "yt ; though ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 21 January 1919

' I t it"" • - ■' i Phf tCj u X'.* >. -«r •' T- —'.ywnNfe-' f-jf" -■ j II p I i mza m THE CASS COUNTY SUN >', -'■ ',• 7 > '.V. : v^*<i-v Caiomel Today! Sick Tomorrow! I Guarantee Dodson's Liver Tone Don't take nasty, dangerous calomel when bilious, constipated, headachy. Listen to me! Calomel makes you sick; you lose a duy's work. Calomel Is quicksilver aud It salivates; calomel Injures your liver. If you are bilious, feel lazy, slug- Klsli and all knocked out, If your bow- els are constipated and your head aches or stomach Is sour, just take a spoonful of harmless Dodson|s Liver Tone Instead of using sickening, sali- vating calomel. Dodson's Liver Tone Is real liver medicine. You'll know it next morning because you will wake up feeling line, your liver will be work- ing, your headache and dizziness gone, your stomach will be sweet and bow- els regular. You will feel like work- ing. You'll be cheerful; full of vigor and ambition. Your druggist or dealer sells you a bottl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 21 January 1919

i n F'w ■ >* " f "j3Sj^T r \.v^*3CT$ .v ,pr.c- «.rc-y-. : v•: Fv?vi' 'W ,.. ,• >v- , ^,, ,-^w CABS 0Q1 f. K. A. BANOKH w ij M (\'i 1-10 19. J' I:.- banger & erwin, 'Mr. G. W. Coody, (T. S. S. iwet'OUii'ul. EDiTORS AND PROPRIETORS. -r 11 B CASH uounxx jau w. s«nj "Wdsjr, >8 ontwd tihe MmJ w i$g$ii*d Clam inMtuV ibed tivor- I WfcuHJfli.Cf ,3L.. i L (^bitinry notice* and card* of tbS ik9 *-ill Ik inserted at two-and-ahalt c its Jxn line KATliS OF SUBSCRIPTION Single copy per yfch'r * $ ftO " Six months 1 V cents Nopapers? sent out witltoiit t' c;>sti In advancb. Police to Automobile Ov ners. The 4th called feosaiou of the "35th Legwlature bhdetod l tavr ^faicihg if licoii all aii . 'A> t)ili&9t owned and ,mt<d L. hi itate known as i pubit<' tva,y ':■>*- rbiS't-^*. tnUtu be i of* i>«- bfeJ'oh? tVb.. ist, 191 hot paid, it will be the dut y , i the tax collector *;o make o it a list of all delinquent*, fiuush feauu.' to county attorney. The law ift manda...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 21 January 1919

-.-•-Tgr- r.xiryrTy*" LOCAL INTELLIGENCE >'500 cures Mularial Fever. See the Linden Transfer Co. for high grade brick. Mrs. .1. 0. Fant left Sunday for & >uth Carolina to visit relatives. WW.HU _ m i -fcH • Xm JC.A." w& ~~ Get your Seed Outs from L. C. vVeaver. Pay your account tit Owen & Son. FfetV barrels lloilr '.u wood at f Sum Pant'8. Miss Ruby Almond atHved home last Thursday frotn a visit to Mrs, G. C. Riddle at Laurence. Get your Seed Oat& from h. C. WeaVer. C$6 ciires removing the cause. The doctors report9 the influ- ehz,i raging in this Wells Chapel community. For your roiigh lhthber see R. M. Surratt. CoffiuB and Caskets at Fant Bros Hdw Co. Mrs. MorrUi Nelson, of Kildare is visiting relatives and friends here this week. Shoes, Shoes, at Sam frant'S. 0C0 contains no alcohol, arsen- ic, nor other poisonous drtigs. The Lyceum Number ''The II n waiians announced for Sat- urday night will be here Tues- day Jan. '21st. instead. Quick Care for Croup- Watc...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 21 January 1919

V J ■it .. -y ■ ,• " = THE CASS COUNTY SUN HOW THIS NERVOUS WOMAN GOTWELL Told by Herself. Her Sin- cerity Should. Con- vine ice Others. Chris •offered « ^ 1 i- ' Vi '■ ■; ;l wmm er, 111.—"For four years I irregularities, weakness, nervousness, ana was in a run down condition. Two of our best doctors failed to do me any good^'I heard so much about what Lydia E.Pinkham's V egetable Com- pound had done for others, I tried it and was cured. I am no longer ner- vous, am regular, and in excellent tiealth. I believe the Compound will cure any female trouble. "—Mrs. Alice Heller, Christopher, 111. Nervousness is often a symptom of weakness or Bome functional derange- ment, which may be overcome by th nd ~ npoi thousands of woiuerj have found experience, if complications exist, write Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass., for suggestions in regard to your ailment. The result of its long experience is at your service. If Vou Gun Sell PLOWING ATTACHMENT for Ford, write ub, matin* experle...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 21 January 1919

THE CASS COUNTY SUN I 1 m LIEflT IN THE CLEARING" A TALE OF THE NORTH COUNTRY IN THE TIME OF SILAS WIGHT By IRVING DACliELLERw Author op IBEN HOLDEN, D'RI AND I. BARREL OF THE BLESSED ISLES. KEEPINO UP WITH LIZZIE, ETC. ETC corruom NIMtmM-/lVtN7UM, IHV1NO UCHMM BARTON RUNS AWAY AND MAKES THE ACQUAINTANCE OF SILAS WRIGHT, JR. Synopsis.—Rarton Bnynes, nn orphan, goes to live with Ills uncle, Pfcabody Bnynes. and his Aunt Deel on a farm on Rnttlerond, In a neighborhood called Llckltyspllt, about the year 1820. lie meets Sally Dunkelberg, about bis own age, but socially of a class above the Bayneses, and Is fascinated by her pretty face and fine clothes. Barton also meets Hoving Kate, known In the neighborhood as the "Silent Woman." Amos Grlmshnw, a young son of the richest man In the town- ship. Is a visitor at llie Baynes home and Roving Kate tells the boys' fortunes, predicting a bright future for Bartou and death on the gallows for Amos. CHAPTER II—Continued. "We\ i draw hnn up on I...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 21 January 1919

■V — I'liririMirnmw-' ri-T"i (irr-"r,-( '"'" ■ ■<■—Mil nmi tn «■ «iriiri itii > fi w*si*-«/ wwt :t-v a i g^V;- If' H I sir; •;r. I 1 m I F I 1 I > j* ■ v '1 t..T4l ail icii % y VitVilftnl i<> n THE STATK OF TEXAS—To tin- ^Sheriff or tuy Constable M Cass ciJUOt'y greeting' You arc "hereby'Cdmiiiandccl to summon Tttbitha Bryant, D A Kelley mil the unknown heirs of Tabitoa Bry- uit and U A Kelley, by nmlfing ptibli- ■ it ion of this Citation once fn each week ' >r four succm-rive weeks previous to the j uturu d.iy hereof, in The Cass Co., Sun i newspaper published in the 5th Judi- cial District; to appear at the next regu- lar lerni of the District Court of Cass Co. t:> be holden at the Court House thereof in Linden, on the 3rd, Monday in March A D 1910 the santc being (lie 17th day fif March, A D. lillf , then and tftere to answer a petition filed in said Court on the 4th diVy dt Jan-. A 19ln. *n a suit numbered on the docket of said Court No. 7088, wherein J T Co...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 28 January 1919

I ft 1 Vji'jk TO I 1 1 1 Ml I mkmL i.-T W i M'y V,J || / IB4I%4nI?R <Jk F.K WIN, Publishers. J> A. Paper Devoted to tlie best Interests Of the ^People. •( Sub«erlpf*Qi , $ 1.40 Per Anati& VOL. 44. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JANUARY 28, 1919. Strange Figures to G&nsider. Springfield, III.—Eleven has supplanted thirteen as a Jonah day for Germany. Here is the proof: The armistice took effect on the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month, mak- ihg&n eleventh-hour surrender by the Germans. And the elev- enth verse in the eleventh chap- ter of the eleventh book in the Bible contributes further, to-wit: "Wherefore the Lord said unto Solomon, forasmuch as this is done of thee, aud thou hast nob kept my covenant and my stat- utes, which I have commanded thee, I will surely rend thy king- dom from thee, and will give it to thy servant." Bilt that is not all! You lovers of mystery, please explain the coin- cidence that figurt$ showing the bivth, takifi<+ of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 28 January 1919

m ■ v*> p.' y] THB CA88 COUNTY SUN m : "> - A small bottle of "Danderine" makes hair thick, glossy and wavy. Removes all dandruff, stops itch- ing scalp and falling hair. TEXAS IRE mm * ■ I To be possessed of n head of heavy, beautiful heir; soft, lustrous, fluffy, wavy and five from dandruff is merely a matter of using a little Danderine. It is easy and inexpensive to have nice, soft hair and lots of it. Just get a small bottte of Knoxvlton's Danderine now—it costs but a few cents—all drug stores recommend it—apply a little as directed and within ten minutes there will be an Jippearance of abundance, freshness, flufflness and an Incompara- ble glpss end lustre, and try as you wiU^u cannot find a trace of dandruff ^falling hair; but your real surprise will be after about two weeks' use, when you will see new hair—fine and downy at first—yes—but really new hair—sprouting out all over your scalp —Danderine Is, we believe, the only sure hair grower, destroyer of dan* drufT and cu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 28 January 1919

[mmr, * 1! I I ■'.v THE LIBMT IN TilE CLEARING A TALE OF THE NORTH COUNTR? IN THE TIME OF SILAS WRIGHT By IRVING BACHELLERw ALTTHO* OF EBEN HOLDEN, D'RI AND I, BARREL OP THE BLESSED ISLES, KEEPINO UP WITH LIZZIE. ETC. ETC COPYUOHT HIHtttlW ytVlNTUH ItVIMO |ACH«UJ BARTON AGAIN SEES SALLY DUNKELBERG, BUT THE MEETING IS NOT AN AUSPICIOUS ONE. Synopsis.—Barton Bnynes, an orphan. goes to live with his uncle. Peabody Bnynes. and Ills Aunt Owl oft n furin on Itattieroiiil. In a neighborhood called l.iekitysplit, about the year 1820. He meets Sully Piuikeiberg. iihnul Ills own age. hut socially of u class uhove the Bayne«es. Mini Is fascinated hy her pretty face anil tine clothes. Barton also meets ""Roving Kate, known In the neighborhood as the "Silent Woman." Amos (Srliiislmw. a young son of the richest man in the town- ship. is a visitor at (lie Haynes home anil Roving Kate tells the boys' fortunes, predicting a bright future for Jlurtoii ami ileuth on the gallows for Amos. Reproved for ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 28 January 1919

•V.'. No papers In ADVANCE. SSCRIPTVON: <r ' $1.50 • .Uis 1 73 cents . without the cash I I % ' m 8a1, a*; Marietta. I. N. went dp to Mari- etta last ^WjNIay and organ- ized a Waul with 4 capital Btock bf $20,00d-p0. FiVe^dt-ceut of t ho capital stock is paid in. The loll< will}? board of direc- tora wore elected: J. .LShaddix, L. B. Porter, 11. D. Finley, A. G. Ilarrell, S. 11. Vance, I. N. Ma- vett, F. I. [lark of f/allas. L. B. Potter was made Presi- fleut, J. B. Shaddix 1st Vice {'resident And H D. Flflley 2nd Vice Presidentj Tbe bulidioj? comfiiittde will Secure a lot and begin the con struction Ibf a nice bdnk building ouw. I H i faptist Notes. i very much pleased u t tend ance S u nd ay ud night. and e.speciul- e iutorest muuifested ta the song service. < 'artivw piano will be here this rt'eek, an|J also we will havesorne new^%ong books, and we are an x- -«rn UH *or y°u to ut,tend fivery fier- - vice and help lis enjoy it. The religious census we have .Just completed...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 28 January 1919

t f^*f,'7\rrrr^v ?• cyrrrri m ■ m ■— v t^^rr •y"*'u'", +f+*0r*i*>*rr c-"rT'"^r!W' -" iif,:-.,; -' ;V'\" J Our Oli rer Plow floods Have Arrived t O I m? IVatt tiros. Hardware €)© LOCAL intelligence C66 cures Malarial Fever. v A. G. Harrell, of near Mariet- ta. was in the city yesterday. mil lho Linden Transfer Co. for high grade btfck. Get your Seed Oats from L. C. Weaver. Fayyotir account Owen & Son. W Miss Myrtis Baker, of Atlanta, ia here visiting relatives. Few barrels lloiir in Wood at Surb Want's. Get your Seed datTfroih L. C. eaver. Mrs. V. A. Wallace is visiting relatives near Marietta. cures by removing tlie cause. ;r For your rough lumber see R. M. Surratt. W. K. Mrirett, of Lunier, vvas a business visitor in the city yes- terday. Collins and Caskets at Fant Bros Hdw Cjj. Shoes, Shoe^, at Sinn Fant's. GOG contains no alcohol, arsen- ic, nor other poisono'us drugs. J. E. Ilixson, of Marintta Route 1, was a pleasant visitor at the Sun otfice last Friday. Quick'i Cure, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 28 January 1919

I U iik (St* I Ea PERUNA SBE Breaks op a Cold. Good for Bronchial Inflammations. Those who objeot to liquid medl cine* can secure Peruna Tablets Mr. Robert McDougall, R. R. No. 6, Liberty, Indiana, writes: "I wish to state that I always keep Peruna tn th<i house. I think It 1b a good medicine to have on hand. If I commence taking: a cold, I tako Peruna and It breaks It up for me. It Is also good for the Bronchial Tubes." Peruna has served the Amer- ican people for more than forty years. Those who know its value always have it at hand. Why not you? CASCARETS" D They Gently Clean the Liver and Bowels, and Stop Head* ache, Colds, Sour Stomach, Bad Breath Enjoy Life! Take Cascarets and Wake Up Feeling Fit and Fine—Best Laxative for Men, Women, Children—Harmless—Never Gripe AND PRICE WORK WHILE YOU SLEER HERE is an offer backed by one of your personal friends —a man whom you h*ve known for a long time, and in whose honesty you have implicit confidence. This man is your local druggist....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 28 January 1919

THE CASS COUNTY SUN LOOK AT CHILD'S I0NG0E IF SICK, CROSS, FEVERISH HURRY, MOTHER! REMOVE POI. SONS FROM LITTLE STOMACH, LIVER, BOWELS. GIVE CALIFORNIA SYRUP OF FIGS AT ONCE IF BILIOUS OR CONSTIPATED. I Look at the tongue, mother! If coated, it is n sure sign that your lit- tle one's stomach, liver and bowels needs a gentle, thorough cleansing at once. When peevish, cross, listless, pale, doesn't sleep, doesn't eat or act natu- rally, or is feverish, stomach sour, breath bad; has stomach-ache, sore throat, diarrhoea, full of cold, give a teaspoonful of "California Syrup of Figs," and in a few hours all the foul, constipated waste, undigested food and sour bile gently moves out of the little bowels without griping, and you have a well, playful child again. You needn't coax sick children to take this harmless "fruit laxative;" they love Its delicious taste, and it always makes them feel splendid. Ask your druggist for a bottle of "California Syrup of Figs," which has directions for ba...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 28 January 1919

l.>Vk -i* -•** ' «-r # v.. t □ ill® £18 %S 5 <? <J ' m wmm If How They Affected You During the twelve months ended Nov. 2, 1918 (its fiscal year), Swift & Company trans- acted'the largest volume of busi- ness On the smallest margin of profit in its history. Profits of the meat business—under regulations of the United States Pood Administration — were limited to a maximum of 9 per cent on capital employed but not to exceed 253 cents per dollar of sales. Swift & Company in the regulated departments earned 7.57 per cent on capital employed and 2*04 cents per dollar of sales, out of which had to be paid interest on borrowed money and taxes. Here is how these earnings affect you. Live-Stock Raiser— Swift & Company killed 14,943,000 head of livestock, which weighed alive, 4,971,500,000 pounds. Swift & Company made a profit of only a fraction of a cent per pound liveweight. The sales of our meat departments were 4,012,579,000 pounds on which our earnings were less ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 4 February 1919

V ' vvv:; lot E& A ERWI.X, hiWwinT .} '. A Paper Devoi&cl tBliio fesi ihterfi^ts of tHe I*^ople. I Siibm-ripl'OH, SIAO IVr Aniiui^ )L. 44. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1919. NO. 5. for 1 J M her •ti at S c. X 84 tr | I I vmerican Negroes Go a? Should Southern Voes Go North? Wv-%' • , i of V. (r. Goree While through North ; ®' East. Tex., Jan. 25,1919. erica n Negroes go to lid southern Ne- l? The first tjues- terous, especially if otake on, in the Isory aspect. Ex uestion is brought a discussing the he riiade bf tbtt frican colonies, it serve the scant it now enjoys, yi conditions it is nent question, ginal home of So is Europe lite people in Asiil i£ the 'v people. If ilsIT*. «j America is „ uome of any pai Jcular peo pie it is certainly t&ut of the red inan. The fact Is however A merica is the home of all people sought chiefly as a aud of oj - portunity and haven of refuge for the oppressed of the earth. Civilization and cut torn have decided that no set or race...

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