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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 13 August 1907

": y. * ' t Wl \ 4 FINE STANDARD !9,240,000 Neighbor's Comm Seem* a i i Chicago, Hi., Aug. 6.—Judge Kenesaw M. Landis Saturday in the United States District Court fined the Standard Oil Company of Indiana $29,§40,000 for violations of the law againit accepting rebates from railroads. The fine Is the largest ever assessed against any individual or any corporation in the history of American criminal jurisprudence, and is slightly more than 131 times as ^great as the amount received by the company through ita rebating operations. The case will be carried to the higher courts by the defendant company. The penalty Imposed upon the company is the maxi- mum permitted under the law, and it was announced at the end of a long opinion In which the methods and practices of the Standard Oil Company were mercilessly scored. Judge Landis commenced reading his decision at 10 o'clock and occupied about one hour in its delivery. He reviewed the facts in the case, took up the arguments of the attorney...

Publication Title: Cass County Sun, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 13 August 1907

"*l,w mA, JSX,t ' J*3At J. jJCKitlt > 1 u; «iZiL J." ^aBWWBUVII6i£*^«*i - JiW* UcWMi u- , ' •'' ■ I • P: W GASS COUNTY SUN Joha Ba&gex* Kditor "Propiaolor ¥ 1116CASH COITNT"Y N j \thUt£>*'d rvt **y Tapodjvv, iu * d rl^t-bc Linden p „ an ttecoticl OiauH mr.tttT. RATtSS OF SUliSCRimoN: Tiingle copy per yeat ' Sl.tl'l " six months ' fifpcents No papers s tit out without tli. cb li in advance, paper stopped wh n thno is mrt , •ov we lose iJ yntLuit Do Tue wt, illrt,r is j' lor ut!vtliinc, but d The Byrne tjSMjgUEElj 1 lit! <.i > sJ ness Colleges. |'E 'MJc . Fnu;!f Dear S PBb^I^'V' :■' .ilucnucniM. . I uit>I! t i A' I he tanner* ! keep Im.-y ut something all th«- tunned from 1 lit' .Famous p. it nut have connhum^d J1,vn if K\,stc«tiis, which they -tench] ^ ami 'control . IliPonglMftii this Texas. 'I l is section. Then® fnmo'.ix *\ Vilifies use of each ■nt; i ul of i'ollo eg? Obituary notices and cards of thanks wit'he inserted at two and a half cents per line. The Lind...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 13 August 1907

iifiSifMm & <*¥>• n &OCAL INVELTJOl'jrCE : \Vire. Cote at E. II. Sheffield's. XJoraniissionera Court, is in "Session (His week. California Syrup (">F at. flic V'abin ftrug; Store. Mrs. Eva Log'wViod was in \owri this morning. Mr. John Booti was on oui | 'Btects yesterday. Pure Apple yji^egar lit, the] yi'lass Front. Prof. Dntoa f.nd tvi*,jof!.'bin' •• ' were visiting iti Liaden Oay. Hawks Eye glasses, fli to l o i'Hiud', at the Cal>it> Drui Store. >011(1 I). 0. "Price, &f Lanier, wa town Vesfei'dAv. M.n-ett'a fumil\ •judge CarttiwAv, of the New Era is in towii t'0-day. A. J. BryaAt', of Bryan's Mill. \vas a Linden visitor yesterday.. I Horace NeToon spent Friday and SatrtVdsy \vith relatives in t o \V n. T. S. Me Duffle, ot' Biviiih, was shaking hands with friends on ; on* streets last Wednesday. Mrs. S. •& Erwiri is visitingi _ ( . , — Mrs. P. M. Story to-day. I R II tayl'rtr \Vas Vi pleasant —77~7*~f "T~7T~ i. i! visitor at th'o Ffrtn office last ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 13 August 1907

■mm mm . t,.? v WiM0&:^>4>~i :' -.; ■' ... , . \ ' ' .V"'' r/*lTl 11 "il'in itin 'iVii rT'"' vp ■ ' - t;; _ - v •«£.£, jpii f' TIRED BACKS. NEW IDEA IN SALAD. M'KINLEY MONUMENT B >s*A?' W> I I ■'.Ml I 1 kidneys have a great work to i keeping the blood pure. Wheu they get out of order it causeB backache, headaches, dizziness languor and distress- ing urinary troubles, Keep the kidney*' well and all these suffer- ings will be saved you. Mrs. S.A. Moore, proprietor of a res- taurant at W'ater- ville, Mo., says: "Ba- tfore using Doan's Kidney Pills I suf- fered everything from kidney troubles for a year and a half. I had pain in the back and head, and almost contin- uous in the loins and felt weary all Ahe time. A few doses of Doan's Kid- ney Pills brought great relief, and I kept on taking them until in a short time I was cured. I think Doan's Kid- ney Pills are wonderful." For sale by all dealers. 50 cents a box. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. The Tell Tale Voice. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 13 August 1907

UPi U t: t . f* > • * '.V« Wednesday afternoon Ella, the little 10-year-old child of R. W. Matthowa of Grange, fell into a pot of boiling water nnd was fatally scalded. George O. Robinson, former director of the mint, assumed his new position as President of the Commercial Na- tional Bank on his arrival in Chicago from Washington Friday. Mexico in the past fiscal year, end- ing June 30, 19f)7, imported from the United States to the amount of JOG. 248,098, as against $58,182,278 during the previous year. With Mayor Simmons driving the golden spike, the building of the street railway line at Denton was lnaugiinit- e! Wednesday in the presence of sev- eral hundred people. The breech lock of a 100-millimeter gun was blown off Friday on board the gunnery schoolshlp Couronne dur- ing target practice in Sallna Road- stead, France, and three persons wera killed and Ave wounded. At the home of her father, Nofrio Filpello, six miles north of Bryan, Thursday evening, a seven year-old Italia...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 13 August 1907

On 1 l\lgr t roamed, lilllU'l' working urs in facto- N < w Yoli;. || GUV Oft'l'MOOtst ,'es of tilt? sessur.-i. valuable -fet IHKMj ' ember nuni Woman's >i)1 n ins several art will be tj# groat- practice those who ha^e to pro' oaiv l'i> t ■w - dtvn. < Uii- ixe^I is devoted to U 1 U('.'( s.si.t-ijp« whirl; tvgirl Roins nwH college should c< "Colloji'e Girl's Loo! vd uv! :-Wv't '.or: of t'.■• Kur wor/lro'het ... "7 great stein! • Pp a i;:h;cl by ia m. t&iom end it at prvS.Tit, S:-nci flut fit " before? your time marked '«** ""fe of these be: w,. vshkl PARtiK & OSEt 3 I which djsliugiiishe^ ■ inline m vomi-imember oi'vour. 1 ou o.nily away" (or qyear's a bsenee.! ««* I'killH' c. *! &i«s will,-j i O.iuiv away «oru.\ea.i Miiwm', . . , , .v on this subject by K'izabot 11 W. Morris:>n. ^The(§iildfon's Siu- tly Room tit Home" contains di- ,,, reel ions to provide a suit; li ;lit Titov I convin ■ other Child f. tibor this WMintiy is 'he uttnt -(-haI these i i.^ht...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 20 August 1907

VOL 3£ WANTED 1,000 I B fe-o T o n y •Organijpers, to organize the col- C'liiiiclui ored people of the United States, ■■ into The Negro Farmer and La- borers' Educational, Co-Opera- tive Union of America. Charter, ed by the State of Tcx-fts. and Copy-flighted by the United Steatea, and "udovsed by the ICxe- cwtive Committee of the White farmer i Unio: further paVticul A. Basuek, Linden Texaf*. Snnday, L. C. Weaver, Treadling every X'ihI by th.' Pas Prayer night. '< I.adic TJST Of JURORS. Following 'j fh© list of Torori the Aup'u^t te/tii oi' the 1IW apt;v i)eyotc?d to the best Interests of the . TEXAS, TUESDAY, AUGUST 20. 1907. i...f lintyou can TEXAS. mi ever stop (o think BAPTIST T, O, W at son , Pastor Sunday School at 10 o'clock a. m. cs'cli J e^flfe h j from ro«a flow. I 1 exan molasses and tipcrintcndcii'i. lid 4th Sunday at night. Thursday s every Satur- onffe for lid 11 time.*, tfrayv\ yon r oread cover it with iuli it in Texas ■akfast, Texas fruits and vegetables on your...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 20 August 1907

■ • ' • ' " :; }M$$M fBw:^ ' v-i ■ • "V i w' v'.' ,: , ,.*' '•■ ' " ■ ■ i .. .; '. '•., '.(t'l -'W ,j ■?|t: ; , ; - I J. W:n t 1%: v? lii RS I I) I r IS 91 Wti jH&mg " J®.- I I I = ! , lift CAS5 COUNIV UN JOHN BANGER, Publisher. TWO BILLIONS DOLLARS LINDEN, TEXAS ; TEXAS 18 MAKING RAPID PROG RESS THAT WAY. W. J. Scott, who was postmaster In j Denison under President Harrison, has i been appointed to succeed W. M. i Nagle. Leon Raphael, a traveling salesman j whose home was in Texarkana, tell j from a street car in Little Hock, one day last week and sustained fatal in- juries. The maximum penalty for automo- bllists exceeding the speed limit in New York City's streets has been made $10. PARTLY BETTER ASSESSMENT AUGUST 13, 1907. John W. Gates, it is learned, has gone to England to settle down to like Richard Croker and live the life of a country squire and keep up a big racing establishment Brady has a new compress and about ten rock business houses Hear- ing completion. Assurance...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 20 August 1907

•> JSC" 1 tf'S' %€m-- = i k A Ik TERRIBLE EXPERIENCE. Was Saved th« Ampu- Bg tatlon of a Limb. B, Frank Doremus, veteran, of RooBereK Ave., Indianapolis, Tnd., eays. "I had been showing symptoms of kidney trouble from the time I was mus- tered out of the army, but in all my life 1 never suffered as In 1897. Headaches, diz- ziness and sleepless- ness, first, and then dropsy. I was weak and helpless, having run down from 180 to 125 pounds. I was having terrible pain in the kid- neys, and the secretions passed almost Involuntarily. My left leg swelled un- til it was 34 inches around, and the doctor tapped it night and morning until I could no longer stand it, and then he advised amputation. I refused, i and began using Doan's Kidney Pills. The swelling subsided gradually, the urine became natural and all my pains and aches disappeared. I have been well now for nine years Blnce using Doan's Kidney Pills." For sale by all dealers. 50 cents a box, Foster-MIlburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. HIS...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 20 August 1907

,.. | Jolxa Bst&gsi, Editor «fc Proprietor r i ' TUKC^ ^ COUNTY xfM vnWibhcd cvrry ■J'ABBiki'-, is cnti-rifl I t tl)f Uodcn poatnlll"o .<# Second Cluss matti r. <3V ... .... .. BATU3 01' : UB!4CKIl-TIoN: Single ropy tv i }VU ' ' ' " nix mouths ' DO cents No p.ipni • s.4t "Wt w ii'-hotlt the curh iti advance; jkipet* stopped VuCH t inic ii> vul, 01 we lost? it. I E Lanier, • E xijfeWMjff ov.t i CaMa Drug Si ore, inOui- cinii lor (o. Tli • following adendutn from tl 9.25 4.00 t'J.OO 0.10 r i. 5 0 5 ->0 : Cou ii TION ABSOLU SETTLE 4 , IfflCATt CREEK DOTH 1 ft\\y well informed man will admit the demand for honest, I 1 energetic young men and women, ' i well trained with a thorough,) We are having hot weather now. Fodder pulling is these days, since I he meetings are ever had u good meelin^ one enjoyed that attc some very All the go !j;rot meted He;;!' Creeki dly bad time to light 't How bnck. Messrs T 'C. Xyvrp, t>te*v (-lever nod Will \V;,*on made u ' trip In A ringe...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 20 August 1907

t ■ 1 ■ fifel-t' '^1 PUB ■ ■ tfl LOCAL V Lemuns nt the- -)■ m*< Wife C<>ts nt' Robert H-ftmiltoh rf:d wife vis- ile 1 in «{fr city yesterday. Red River Honey at -the Glass Front. Glad to report J. c. Fant 'tin the improve. ;■ ... taction of these statu,tic* is «« fallows: Before engaging in the business of j ubljic gin tiers, each ginner shall obtain from the County Clbrk of the county hich tlio gin irs located a changed hands; belonging wow I certificate (tVee'Jl post) showing tO Bob Lane & Cap HaVris; suc-| t.j,!lt he j,nS hlk(1y, tjj cess to \ on bo vs. ?ouia Timurf ?bocd friend j holding cases) a, which is a neat? ?or, Tho Linden gin and mill lian | in w ie oull) pre- | bribed by thib law. The oath Mrs. (j. \\. Florence returned provides tljiU the ginner shall h'om her visit to Calmer, andjmako correct reports to the ^aitip chimneys at the C'dtnf' j M anil says home isnothingwith-! Commissioner of 'Agriculture. out his better half's 'in it. ' ! The County Clerks ar ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 20 August 1907

A • . v\ 4V. ' v • NG AGO SCENE RECALLED BY PAROKEYAL. nderetandlng, He No Longer (P«lt Aggrieved That He Had Sac- rificed His Evening Smoke —Willing Victim. "One evening at dinner in the lat- ter part of May," said Mr. Parokeya), "the wife asked me if I wouldn't liko to go U> the May services at church that evening—with her, of course. I caught her ex-changing a glance across the table with our eldest boy, a U-ke of ten, when she made the suggestion to mo. Therefore said I to myself right away, it was a put up job. " 'Why, certainly, mother, I'll go— glad to,' said I, as hearty as I could make It, and then again I caught that significant exchange of glances be- tween the boy and his mother, just aa if they'd achieved some kind of a victory or other. "WeV, the boy executed his usual disappearance soon after dinner, and then, allowing me to burn up just one cigar, my wife began to hustle and bustle me around, and presently we were on our way to the May serv- ices. " 'Fine work for...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 20 August 1907

. V A * • *,(> - • * ■■ > r rft -i. ' v, : ■., •> * •*" ' ' 8 If w |f| _ I s ■ SB 't'HI '■••• $>*■■ ■ "'■-<"' . ",4''> ' ■ ■■*'V/$8fsS' -sSwwiP' ••"Hr"it, sfllHHN 5BSH *•' I «I 95 FROM ALL OVER TEXAS W. M. Morgan has recently brought In two good oil wells on the Pat Col- lins place near Corslcuna anil Is now drilling the third. Machinery is being placed to bore the largest artesian well at McGregor ever attempted In this country. It will bo eleven inches in diameter. John Price, charged with assault to murder on Albert Jacks, the Belton flYennm, was given the limit—fifteen years in the penitentiary, Saturday. A white female infant, poorly clad, was found in a basket in a Dallas yard Monday night about 11 o'clock— the second waif for the week for Dal- las. George A. Volck, a dentist of Hous- ton, Texas, was taken from the Mem- phis and Chicago Ble'eper at Fulton, Ark., by two policemen, assisted by five citizens, a raving maniac. Representatives of prominent oil com...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 20 August 1907

MA KB SAYK ?rninp Kd'i'W'kable lust'i . , , Sngac ft.s to n raised of the lllos M . against lusUMicesof animal sagae Unit, prenfalctit of the i?ver euuif to lisfrt hi ; oom party tvliiclitamm i« related by engineer. ;i u«>s 1 ar soru World, wit dis i<->tt and conductor 1'rank K ing >y Judge Moitis in The I States Oistrii-t court S&M When tltf aottthbottnd pnssen was near Halisburg a -„jnswerof the World setup : «^,lenly dilsll,H' ul> -th< intention that the United tfM* right towao t ie Ham. les Disjtsict nmK'ircuit courts .winning swilth. t i ukw < t:ve no jurisdiction in sui-h ttttM- 8^e would lun 1 ig i> u to t i. tn 'rs, arid '.o judge accepted this 'gme. ' mid the an >tat s w< t• |quickly applied, slowujjgl!ie t ram in his opinion .ludgc Morris j down to six or seven miles an ated that he was aware.of the hoar. Ka«hiwH a|TO.tt thought wn n«-r)> ■P1 «1 Icaw it n xn ■Bw r<tu!M WWpSBSu'' «it fat nfnporioFTo 'my <>£ U T/mivlure, gel, UpH...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 27 August 1907

£1 ill I I I i bvvt. J E JL D41\'CiER, Publisher. > A. T^aper Devoted to th.0 boai Interests of tho Poople. Mutn#ciri|*8' w, VOL 33. Li -> LINDEN. TEXAS, TUESDAY, AUGUST 27. 1907. HO. 35. SB— ■BP WANTED 1,OOOdireotoby Chnrchii Organizers, to organize the col- ored people of the United States into The Negro Farmer and La- borers' Educational, Co-Opera Si 'wm SUCCESS. Five years ago a business lirm in this city "went to the wall." It whs the old story. Tins senior partner, a man of MOTHER. No sweeter woman ever trod the earth than mother! BAPTIST T. G, Watson, Pastor MtadS."Charter. I i""'1"1" J"1™41"' T''*'"' ed by the State of Texas, and , Preachlng eVery 2nd and 4tl« Sunday ' honorable, a man <d integrity Copy-Righted by the United by the Pastor at U \. m. and at night. I whoso word was, literally, as State8, and Indorsed by the Exe-j Prayer meeting every other Thursday us J js bond. The younger eutivft Committee of the White night Farmerj Union of Texas; for further parti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 27 August 1907

ifsi * ARBITRATION IS SOUGHT IMC CA&& COUNTY SUN JOHN DANGER, Publisher. "W: mm ...a HEp* rf MB iffe' • wssm Baafc'-f. • ■ HEBmwwVv ■BPfe Wpyc- BlSi! ■£ " y&m'W.- r'k^3Ki;' , r I 'USJUHaf i I r. V ' - ' , 1 . I mWI ■ f ■ ■ i i «SEfii I! 9m iSw'r iV & ram LINDEN, TEXAS Milaui County has placed the coun- ty tax rate at 40 cents. BUBONIC PLAQUE SHOWS UP IN THAT CITY. Citizens of Palestine have raised a $20,000 bonus and closed a deal which secures the extension of the State Hallway from Rusk to that place. On aH Sap train which was wrecked near Glddlngs was a car of mules. Four of the killed outright. animals were «F"" Dan Welch, a negro, a member of W. C. Maxwell's Ellis County convict gang, died in the camp near Sterrett last week of congestion. The Board of Health, says a Denl- son dispatch, has just begun to work on a program which will make Denl- son the cleanest city In the State. The new Ice plant at Comanche has Just been completed, and will at onoe ■begin the m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 27 August 1907

ml i ■ ;KKif ■PS8S , I I l( L IS j I FARMERS' EDUCATIONAL I AND I CO-OPERATIVE UNION I L OF AMERICA I This is a good day to determine that you will be cheerful, come what may. It is the cheerful man who lives long and has many friends. Keep it always in mind that the Na- tional and the State Unions are of very small importance compared with the local Union. They are not to be ignored for this reason, but as your interests are centered in the locality in which you live, so your interest stands in your local Union, reach- ing out In lessening waves to the State and National Union. . There Is a lot of senseless fighting of corporations going on all the time, and some of our own men are encour- aging indiscriminate fights against all corporations and aggregations of capi- tal. It is the aggregation of capital that Is able to produce things cheaply and to market things expeditiously. We need large corporations, and we must have them; we will always have wealthy men. and we need them. The...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 27 August 1907

r re • • • rt mm &. he Stateappropriation ol the A ?n liable School fund, fur the \ i nV beginning S<"p'ember 1st, ,,'i 00 per capity, which is the: !;>rt f:-t appropriation ever wad*. Tin' Scolastie popnUti-on:?! -of < 'rtSfj County is 6umethir|| rover *i .iMM'i -'trteicli give to Cuss Do. than $42,000 to he divided hg the pedagogues' \VUERE IT ENDS. \y pen, picture precept and ample it is branded upou the r ifd of our American youth t1- it wealth m#t he/^umttlat- 1 ■! -Iliat, if possible, the station of the millionaire must be reach- < !. And this blind passion, for j >•■!< and Wealth ia undermining t I'ubrie of honesty and integ- 4 by that lituracterized the piu- j '-i's of our national glory. Jn| t: -' true t^iuce of things the man •' untold possessions is not. «t .11 no enviable character, lie is . * :i!y a flaming lamp, where fouls singe their wings. So to .acl .■ It is the finest toiied Talking and Singing Blacking in existence. iil'i, 'i'tx. ,ipj. (lurd...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 27 August 1907

■ orript JVtt rniiiociatioiiB" Consistent with u; J vririrn])[f K city and were on our ■ • y. OOltuU u . j pivey _____ • ■ M 38 W*' "Where There's , Thoronj a Will There's Ling her sister, Mrs this* week. W. S. Lhthui Mr. SimWtt, froth Missouri', is viflithvjg his brother Tilden this week. link- <i ugi.i«r mill Mr, ™°\v u "roK'" ™ ^«coH , bpeciai araenracx A.-ft Wllwy rt mile l« ■Nml .-"ik-p ladieo for entra W,:W 1 Envin visited ye editors ' last Wednesday. _ . rj. t ^ I . . , a Uooklceepiti^ and OS to pay the rest, worked on Sat- urpays and at crftii times to pay hia board-. The day hegraduaf- fcouroeg He paid' this on tuition Go to ;J. J. Si or v for all kinds] aU(i ro#erial Bil California Syrfcp of J^gs'at file1 ef . Store.^ clnsed ivt BryiUi II. P. Trnylor, of Marietta,; Mill Monday •.•'night the lOili, 0d, l%had paid his tuition, ull c vine down yeste:rdoy. hwith 32 nccessicin?, 30 for bapsB liita and 2 by-;letter. They have the church building completed.: | The ( huWh was g...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 27 August 1907

pips • •' 4 >'• .rf/*':," 7^r"k < *v '"" ' H"'* ^' ' '.'' • *' \ j,.,:. ... . INCLINED TO PEACE ENTRAL AMERICAN STATES ARE VERY WILLING. WILL MEET SECRETARY ROOT Visit of Secretary Root Already Begins to Dear Fruit. Gautemala Leads Them All. Washington, August 16. — Reports from Mexico of an Impending conflict between all Central American States except Costa Rica are received here witT. surprise and Incredulity. Ad- vices from that quarter received here up to this moment were to the effect that the asperities which caused the last Nicaraguan attack upon Acajutla, Salvador, have been smoothed down, under the combined influences of Mex- ico and the United States. Indeed, it was the belief of the State Department officials that arrange- ments are about to be perfected for a conference in Washington next faii of delegations of all Central American States. t A day or so ago Minister Lee at Gautemala City cabled that Guillermo Augerre, Minister of Gaut&mala, ac- companied by sev...

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