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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 27 August 1907

]wm. . „ ■ j EVENTS OF EVERYWHERE Dan Welch, a negro, a member of W, C. Maxwell's Kills County convict gsJig, died In the camp near Sterrett last week of congestion. Thomas W, Lawson, as was to be expected, was pleased with the figures at which Judge Landls appraised the Standard Oil Company's violations of law; -iudeed, he is not surprised. A lot of frolicsome boys changed the toys and a number of babies in a nursery at Waco a few nights since, and for several hours there was "some- thing doing in the town." Gamblers of all types ar^ getting out of Indian Territory, owing to the re- cent action of officials. Arizona and Navada are almost alone in allowing these men to ply their trade. A vicious horse tied in a back yard at San Antonio bit and tore loose t%3 biceps of Claude Schwab's left arm, and the limb may have to be am^.1- * tated. Two men were killed and a number injured in a labor riot which occurred among the dock men at Buenos Ayres recently. The police made numerous arrest...

Publication Title: Cass County Sun, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 27 August 1907

!:1SI :: v,v , --kIESi ■'■' ,w m OF JURORS, owing je the Hat of Jurors tV « August term of lht triot Court. KV;-; • UROftS. My?;-' GRAND E. Ellington J H. Snipes j. W. Allday Geo. W. Coody C. J. Jcrtrnsotr ■ T. B. Keaster T. M. McDowell1 B. A. C-lasE Prrpfp Jum . r h hughes, \tm. Black, 7 L Williams', A' M Morgan V H Waif's I If Al'lday J S Carter 6 Q Clements- D A I.eRo? ] R Andfi&fW \V A Fruit t J B Finley P Pieids T T McDuff H P Rossir C A 5Si-v?nc J B Cokct W. S. Lumpkin li W. Ping J. M. Clement 2 W. H. Harris P. R. Coirltcr J. L. Thagge rd S. L. Rankin _T. W. Walton J'. L. Brooks. 1'ST. Wekk. A I Bakei, J F Ave.ny,. f W Penny C J Thrasftcr 1 R Dobson J W Mott' fl B PraPor n C Abernatfty P Haiti nd I W Stone C W BMker \V F J R Shell on T VV Allsup D B Tol leison P B Toller3on W P Stewart A- A And'crsoa I'Vjpit Junoits 2nd Weuk. Ben Biock I) II Humphrey I. I. Rhync .1' tf Spm )'] Hall M Anthony R J Dudley W- J Collins f W Allbrij ht ) W Whipple I T Barfield Ji V 'l'lKmrpsoii ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 27 August 1907

•nT Vi •1 H ■ I ASS COUNTY SUN John Editor «& lJroprit3t,oi' 1'l!ECA8 't!0lfNTV SUX ptsbliehud eVpfy I'uemlay, la entered lit Iho Linden postofllce uaSrcoutt Clahii inaXtct. , ' y* - k at us Otf SUBSCHjlMtpN: Single copy per year '' ' $1 .W " mx months ' fifl ccnts No papers sent owl without, the cash hi advancK; pape* stopped when time is iHtt, or we lose it. Obituary notices :ifid CaVtls of thank's Will be inserted at ttto-and-a-hal{ cent's per Hue. V' iter 1 It is said the Red River Valley will not make more than 30 per llip&twf a normal crop. The Statistics ot tho National Interstate commission show that j 1 there were 10.(518 persons killed «nd 97.50G injtt«3d by the rail- roads for the year ending Juno . "|f U0(li.;iy07. This strikes us as a considerable slaughter pen. ■ ■ . ■ * m ■■ ■ ■■ A theif tnade three trips to a , poor widow's chicken coop steal- ring two chickens the first '.rip, > three the next and four" the third) which were ull the chick- ens the poor wi...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 27 August 1907

. IAIL PE-RU-NA. A Case of STOMACH CATARRH. Mary ODriek yilsc Miss Mary O'Brien, 806 Myrtle Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y., writes: "Peruna cured me in five weeks of catarrh of the stomach, after suffering for four years and doctor- ing' without effect. In common with other grateful ones who have been benefited by your discovery, I say. All ball to'Peruna." Mr. H. J. Henneman, Oakland, Neb., writes: "I waited before writing to yon ubout my sickness, catarrh of the stom- ach,.which I had over a year ago. "There were people who told me it would not stay cured, but I am sure that I am cured, for I do not feel any more ill «• ffects, have a good appetite and m getting fat. So I am, and Will say to all, I am cured for good. *4I thank you for your kindness. "Peruna will be our house medicine hereafter." Catarrh of the stomach is also known in common parlance as dyspepsia, gas- tritis and indigestion. No medicine will be of any permanent benefit except it removes the catarrhal condition. Gained Str...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 3 September 1907

aper Devoted to the best Interests of the People. J. E. A. BIGGER, Publisher. > —— VOL 32. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3. 1907 WANTED 1,000 d i re c t o it y Organizers, to organize the col- dinrctics ored people of the United Statefc into The Negro Farmer and La- borers' Educational, Co-Opera* tire Union of America. Charter- ed b.v the State of Texas, ahr] Copy-Righted b.y BAPTIST T. G, Watson, Pastor Sunday School sjt 10 o'clock a. Mv-caclj Sunday, L. C Weaver, Superintendent. Preaching every 2nd and 4th Sunday the United by the Past6tat 11 a. m. and at night. States, and '.ndoraed by the Exe-j Prayer meet ing every other Thursday cutive Committee of the White night. Farmer* Union of Texas: for ' , Ladles Aid Society meets every Satur* WMm OP THE AGE! & of Texas; for , " further particulars address, J. £2. - ^ A. Banger, Linden Texas. m; e. cpurch south Ira M. Brvce, Pastor High-Grade $25.00 Talking and Singing Madura FREE With each $50.00 Cash Purchase JR. E. LXGION,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 3 September 1907

bJRI rait• ml:' •V: <? . tM-.: Hie ■ -" ■h : r II1C CASS COUNTY SIN 1 -" JOHN BANGER, Publisher. COAL iS HIGHER LINDEN - TEXAS The prohibition election takes place In Milam County Saturday, August 81, and all the weelt things 'have been at a fever heat. A meteor of unusual brilliance -was reported to have been visible at Beau- mont •eaily Friday night, falling into the river inear that place. Claud iLewls has made arrangements, to erect an Ice plant at Decatur. Work will begin at once, and the plant will be. put in running shape immediately. Thursday night about 7 o'clock Sam Weaver, a prosperous farmer who re- sided with his daughter about twelve miles north of Emory, was found dead in his barn. Hundreds of boy slaves are held under the padrone system in Chicago, and the Immigration authorities have ordered a crusade against the ,pad- rones. Lawrence Amsteatt, aged sixty-four years, a Confederate veteran at .the Confederate Home, Austin, was found Saturday morning just outside t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 3 September 1907

—— — ' —"I— I r I (FARMERS' EDUCATIONAL AND CO-OPERATIVE UNION ^ i OF AMERICA EVERYBODY DRAG. When the smiles of spring uppear, Drag the roads; When the summer time is here. Drag the roads; When the corn is in the ear, In the winter cold and drear. Every season in the year,* Drag the roadBj ' When you've nothing else to do, Drag the roads; If but for an hour or two, Drag the roads. It will keep them good as new, With a purpose firm and true. Fall In line! It's up to you; Drag the roads! •. Would you do the proper thing? Drag the roads. Set the system on tire wing: Drag the roads. „ Give the drag a lively swing; Toss the laurel-wreath to King! Hats off! Everybody sing: Drag the roads! —M. Albertus Coverdell. Diversification is always a live topic and is always a live issue. The time to talk to your backward neighbor about the Union is today. There is no better way to meet the oppression of the implement combine than to take care of the tools you have. Every time you put away your too...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 3 September 1907

f: • •i': ' I - - CA88 OOUMTT SUN John Ba&gei, Editor &> Proprietor "§AVLS ITitlPffSINQS. The people <i Snuls have noth- ing to complain of at present, with the exception of the little poll weevil which is fast des- Tue&d**, IB entered fct the Ljaden poetof&'.> m Swfaad Cliss taCtrt. KATES OP 10BSCR1PTION: out, or we lose it. ■®njuyed by nil. Theie was aluo sorao very fine grnphophoue music i1i the dining room. Gus McDonald ulVnost has bis new bnildiug compVefod, which will aild to our community. PMrs. ruaggie Leonard, from thecals couvty sun pnmuhed every I troying the cotton. The other I crops are exceedingly fine. We —11 has-® had several good rains hte-1Texarkatia, visiter] her aunt, . , ti m 1 'y tliut tvifi rn*ovi! very heneti- j MVs. Mary ^Lewis this week. Sinclc copy per year ®i.uu | * J ^ A , " six months ' 60 cents | o ial to the potato crop; and the) As there isn t much news, on- Nopaperssent out without the ca&i {arfner$ are now preparing the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 3 September 1907

. -jXf: ■ V-fMttfMfeifl mm UM. 2i m ;,r " ft tOCAl T.KTKLITG KYrp Lemons at the Glass Front Eubion Oi at C. H. Nelson's. re. Cliarlio Towel) nnH cli 1!— drcn "returned yeskrcltiy from « weeks visit to Relatives in the Pinoy Grove community. Tom Fovvell come in last week VV. A. Callaway of the Hughes 'to spend ti few days in oar town. Complete lino A Jewelry at the Cabin Drug Ptore. Bacon, awpw—nim Intl. i ;u«wi*u..... m C0URTTR00EE0WF3 Slate vs Henry Sanders: Rape. set for Friday, second week. George Austin, rape. Set for Friday, September 0th. B ^ Fate Harrison, murder, special Springs New Fra is attending j venire ordeped for f)th court this week. w R amJ chag jj proctoHHB ..'si1..if'*1.. ■ .'.we1" rrr rsmmct asm4 - OF ns>toa Atlanta National B? nk OF ATLANTA, TFXAK AS MADE TO GOVERNMENT AT TE0B iZJJ&Z OF BUSINESS AUGUST ^2 J DOT. Miss Hiidie Leonard returned Inst week uftor a two Weeks' visit to relatives at Law's Chaple. —1 - Cox & Gordon Hams at C. II. Nelson's. Mrs....

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

tV : !V.-' ' 'v,: |Pa] r:fSr1 ''! " i - itmonopoly v V- \ . rmaSfc INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER COMPANY IS SUED. I I Iww . PENALTIES $1,100,150 NAMED Ask for Cancellation cf Permit and to Hold AH Property Now in the State. Austin, Tex.. Aug. 22.—The State of Texas vs. the International Harvester [Company la the title on an anti-trust |*uit in the Travis County District iCourt yesterday placed on file for ?1,- ilU0,ll)O penalties, cancellation of per- imlt to do business In Texas, injunc- tion restraining said company from Idcdng any business In Texas except interstate, and for foreclosouro and lein upon the property of the denefd- &nt ill this State. * A' separate proceeding asks for an injunction restraining said corpora- tion from removing any of its proper- ty. cash or other evidences of value, and for the appointment of a receiver. Hoth suits are In the Fifty-Third District Court, presided over by Judge Goorgov Calhoun, The prayer for in- junction to restrain the company from rem...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 3 September 1907

I I M | 1 .? EVENTS OF EVERYWHERE Germany and Russia have declared Norway netural ground au to each of them. The Orayson County Old Settlers' Convention was lu every way a grand Buccess, Glnners are very slow about render- ing reports according to the new law. It is currently stated that Russia will rebuild her navy through Great Britain. The new State Bank of Seminole, with a capital stock of |2B,000, has opened for business, with Ed Ram- sey as President and M. S.,Do3s Cash- ier. A boiler on the coal barge Patter- eon exploded at Lang's dock in Ho- _ boken, N. J., killing M. Hopkins of Boston, the engineer, and six other men. la </„ *,V: John A. Goldie, a famous steeple- Jack, met death Tuesday by falling from the Towend chimney, at London, said to be the highest in the world. The chimney is 448 fet high. John Davis died at the Cook County Hospital in Chicago Wednesday night of what is- diagnozed by physicfans as a broken neck, caused by a den- tist's efforts to pull his teeth....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 3 September 1907

_ 1 "yJ''y-.y'H .' ''•' '■',: '>A\'\l?f'. V. tt5 <V \\ . Mb is® KMmbsm ,' Taben'.n. h ' , al'OUtiiim ^ u .«; .• "America lias boon a great ■porld power fov years. How did «he become isucli? By her ani\v? No. By her navy? No. By dabbling in diplomacy? No. By colonies and dependencies? No. By the cultivation of the arts of peace, By attend- / ng' to her own business ■ By building colleges and schools and, churches. By developing fmc institu- tion^ ^'e started poor nnd w ithout a friend. \Y« are to-day rvnt' <>f the richest < V all nations. We have not. tooled away our tunc ia drilling and marching. We ha ve worked. H e have not squandered our money on arm- ies and. navies. We have built it into schools. And to-day we are a power in the world. It is ab- surd to think that a nation can- not be a great world power , without an immence army. 'A great naval power' in many a circle is a phrase to conjure with. *A great christian power" to my ear sounds much better. "A battles...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 10 September 1907

■ •> ' rf\ ym / MPpMpSMfMpi == rasfc Hlditor & Proprietor B / •3# — .jj; _i '— ' - ' THE CA3S COUNTY MJN ftfSIfcfccd m*y Ta:aJl 7, fi tntwrei «t*tbe Llcdeo i-oetoffire Clut natti-r. ,T PROCEEDINGS. Civil Docket. Marv va Charlie Chi Ids; divorce j granted. 1 Mrs. Ida,i vs Walter Rogersjr 1 divorce granted. to T- KTIS1 or IUD-C "Single copy per year ' " ft is month1: ' GO cent r> No paper; cent out. without (he cash i in ADVANCE;-p^per stopped when time is j out, or we lose it. Obituiry notice5 and cards of thanks will be inserted-at two-and-a-half cent? per line. n 7 The National Farmers Uuiou * fixed the minimum price of cot ton at fifteen cents per pound, uaidling cottou as the baseis. ""Cotton seeds were priced at $20 per ton, which is equal to a- bout thirty three and one third cents per bushel. We suppose that includes their delivery on board the cars, if shipped. Cotton is rappidly opening, some of it prematurely, and we learn that many of the bolls are effected by th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 10 September 1907

■ i V ■ I • - 1 fc I «. .■« / u **-"■■■■ '■ ■ -""?■ LOCAL [JSTELLT moo« at the a . Eubkjn Oil tdp.. If■"JfilWR rlown to^ H " re sfo tired of pen tr wftid" fcfrJvj/Ht us n wet' ywfe jwgf . -Jli.r fitK/ jMifr *hb ■.•■ ' rlriTvn to. fhfl Mi30 Opul L i>Og A'ood Mi"16! L?itin Bt 11* Ki lUlff toiled i 09T Huwks Eye-glasse9,' * lie b«H to be found, at tb© Cabin Drug Store. Shcf- Wagon Bows at R. H ti*« !rP«s. Mirs XluUi^ Wurrey, of Doug- lassville, wt9 visiting <n Liudcr during (he past week. Call at the Glass Front and got one of those Ilats—the best in town. wisxmt , M Duck for cotton su<-k.s <U C. H. Nelson's. for eks Cot.toii Due1 (l. H. N elson lied Stiver Honey ut the Glass Frotit. O. A. Bryant and wife, of near Bryan's Mill, visited in the city Saturday and Sunday. CaTToti Marett & Sheffield and see their fall and winter Patent medicines of every •description at the Cabin Drug Store. Miss Annie McCoy, of Cttsseta visited relatives here the past week. Bacon, Hams and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 10 September 1907

ACHE ,1 BACK YOUR DOES AZEN ENT / f -•••I •, ■ r •'< \ -y —< s Profit by the Experience of One Hag Found Relief. Who day School Lesson lor Sept. 8.1907 Specially Prepared for ThI* Paper Mem BP 1. (- tiiSSSON TEXT.—Numbers •jry verso !>. OOLl >VN TKXT.—"Ab MoHes lifted tip (.tie serpent In the wilderness, oven nn mu8i the Son of man be lifted up; tliot wiiowx-.sr bellevetU in him should not perish out Have eternal life."—John TIME More than 38 years after our last lessen. Aaron died on the tlrat day of the fifth month (July-August) of the fortieth /ear ninee leaving Egypt (Num. Tlie fiery serponls attacked the people a few weeks later, in September (B. C. K52, aoording to the common ohrorwtoj y). PXjAC'6"! •—Aaron died at Mount Hor, oil the bird'!'* of the Eden range, along the eaa1<-.n border of the Arabali. The ser- pent* \v r« In the great deep and broad valley tailed ttie Arabah. south of the Dead sea, and extending lo the eastern •iron of fc£ Red sea. Comment and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 10 September 1907

m V^; [NTS OF EVERYWHERE ins have been adopted for a now ^ol building at Bartlett to coat ^,500. rIt Is rumored that Judge John M. Duncan of Tyler, will soon make his fliomo In Dallas. The Smothers Hotel at Austin w burned early Today morning, the loss being about $3000. George F. Parker, treasurer of Erath County, has announced his candidacy for State Controller. About ten bale/? of cotton were de- stroyed at Wainuc by flTe originating from an engine/ [ast' Friday. Put manlin«4r and truth Into the ballot box aijfi in due time It Is your Father's goo<i pleasure to give yoytfrtl kingdom.—Heme Herald. Walter Wellman, head of thejchil cago Record-Herald, has abandoned making the trip this season on account of unfavorable circumstances, The fortieth National conference of I Lutherans assembled in Buffalo, |?, Y., Friday, with delegates present,'from •every part of the United Stateo and Canada. A recent dispatch received from Congressman Longworth, dated at Honolulu states that Mr. Ro...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 10 September 1907

h.a Baagei* cor «& "Proprietor- koass county sun troblubed' ewj ucbU«v, in aWlielJuileo i>ObtojB"e *b SctiOiKi C1*IJ lIltlttPT. sates subscription! ' ' $1 00 six monU-.s ' 50 cents sio paper* v«< otll without the cash advance; paper stopped when tirtie i* low. it. • / unci cards of ti<ah s two-and-a-half ceni^ smvntatBttx?. DUNTY SUN MRS. MHRRAY-STRI A N I I SPL vlonday and Tuesday, Sept. 23rd and 24th. Fall and Winter Millinery of the very latest New York, Ohic igo and St. Louis paterns . The Stock T7Tiw elections held id beat 3 Friday^ ml bents 1 antl G Saturday ^ J-wWft;atp a large majority in all tlirc/^m' ike- beabV-Psp^- j Riding il)f- South Sea Surf. "I shall never forget the first Jbig wave I cought out there in the deep water," says Jack Lon- |don in the October Woman's Home Companion. "I saw it • coming, turned my back on it and paddled for dear life. Fast- er and faster my board went tintil it seemed my arms would drop off. What was happening jbehind me 1 cou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 8 October 1907

,,, V •' ' ■;s t J. E A.BINVKR, Publisher. > -A. I'aper Devoted to tlie best Interests ol' the [People. ■KM ' ' . ' Kub cri| l'o:i, $l.oo Per Aim*won VOL 33. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 8. 1907. NO. 41. WANTED 1,000 Din *; c to it y lIUlIi'lllM BAPTIST T. G, Watson, Pastor Sunday School at 10 o'clock A. M. cach Organizers, to organize the col- ored people of the United States into The Negro Fanner and La- ] borers' Educational, Co-Opera- Vve Union of America^ Charter. L c w superintendent, ed by the state of Texas, and presetting every 2nd and 4tli Sunday Copy-Kigllted by the United by the Pastor at 1U. m. and at night. States, and Indorsed by the Exe- Prayer meeting every other Thursday cutive Committee of the White nisht. Farmer* Union of Texas; for! ***** *t ,- _ _ « ^ <lay CV6Q1I1E farther particulars address, J. L. A. Bangeu, Linden Texas. K. E. Liaoisr, M. D. Offers his services to the people of Linden and surrounding country. Prompt atten- tion given to all calls da...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 8 October 1907

.v° \ ' ' fi ' - }' \ mm 1?fg§ #■ ■ £9^ I tic CASS COUNTY SUN JOHN BANGER, Publisher. LINDEN, - - TEXAS PRESIDENT ON HIS TRIP LEAVES KEOKUK UNDER MOST FAVORABLE AUSPICES. Hardeman County will make coun- ty exhibit at the Texas State Fair. Addle Meek of San Angelo fell from a pecan tree and broke a bone in his foot. The Alabama Legislature will hold an extra session, beginning Novem^ ber 1. Cotton raisers In Tom Green County are holding practically all the crop for fifteen cents. The steamer Minnesota, with Sec- retary Taft on board, arrived at Yoko- hama Friday morning. A movement is on foot to build an interurban road from Greenville to Bonham, via Wolfe City. A deputy sheriff raided three booze joints in Denison Thursday, and made a big haul of various liquors. President Roosevelt returned to Washington from a three-months' sum- mering at Oyster Bay Wednesday. Secretary Root left Washington Wednesday afternoon for a visit to Pi esident Diaz in the City of Mexico. Rotan suffered a ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 8 October 1907

I wi$ I m SURVEYORS SHOT RIVAL RAILWAY BUILDERS COME TO REAL WAR. NO SUSPICION OF DANGER ;:r.- A KM Continue Work and Their Advanco Is Met by a Fusillade of Bullets. Valdez, Alaska, Sept. 27. — The forces at work on the Guggenheim railroad, the Copper River and North* ■western, shot and wounded six survey- ors and workmen employed by the Alaska Noma Railroad in Keystone Canyon, fifteen miles from Valdez. Wednesday. The party were making a preliminary survey for the Noma Railroad, which is planned from Val- dez to Summit. They had advanced about one hundred yards up the can- yon when they were surprised from ambush by the Guggenheim men, headed by Edward Hassey, a secre- tary. Hassey called to the surveyors and commanded them to stop, saying his men would shoot if any further ad- vance was made. The surveyors be- lieved Hassoy was bluffing and con- tinued working. They were met by a tusllade of bullets. It is reported one man was killed and three others may die from wounds. The cable...

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