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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 21 January 1908

THE STATE OF TEX A To ilit Kherilf or itii) i'<>« • *t utile oi Cass County— j Vou Ark IlrtHKBY COMM.w'imid to sum vntOn Ed M. Funis by making publica- tion of this Citation once in each week or four successive weeks previous to tla- tum day hereof, in some newspaper blished in your.County, if tlu re be a , : pai>er published (herein, but if lift • fn any newspaper published in the udit ial District; but if there be no ■i;>';er published in said Judicial ^then in a newspaper published v-.rest District to said 5th Judi- "~t, to appear at the next regu- tlie District Court of Cass jc holden at the Court House inden, on the 1st Monday ., d., 1908, the same being February a. r>., 1908 then isWer a petition filed in Mli day of August a. on the dock- •ein Cieor- "*afris that lown fled has oil tl- THE ROGERS NATIONAL BANK OF JEFFERSON, TEXAS, (Si'CC'MSSOKS TO J. T. lloGKKS & SOff) COMMERCIAL BUSINESS EST A BLlSlTfcD 1868, BANKING J 800. Oilers to its Patrons Prompt Atten...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 28 January 1908

•'< • m I ■ ■> * ; :« a j e a. ft%n4iil<r, publisher. > a. paper devoted to the best interests of tho people. viri> « ripiion, li oorei at VOL 33. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JANUARY 528. 1908 ! WANTED I,000DIRECTORY v . 1 NO. •I ■gl ■ . *-.^r • *,. ... ,„VVi. .._f XfflflBlpft i Organizers, to organize the col- ored people of the United States into The Negro Farmer and La- borers' Educational, Co-Opera tive Union of America Charter Cimi'ciu'8 iv'/" }WM 1 I pf: v' BAPTIST G. K. Williams, Pastor. Sunday School at 10 o'clock a. m. each ^, . .. si x en j Sunday, L. C. Weaver, Superintendent, edby the State of Texas, and Prcachingevery2nd and 4th Sunday Copy-Righted by the United by the Pastor at 11 a. m. and at night. State8, and Indorsed by the Exe- Prayer meeting every other Friday trutive Committee of the White night. Farmer „ Union of Texas; for d Ladies Aid Society meets every Satur- further particulars address, J. E. ay even ng A. Ba.nger, Linden Texas. m. e. cpurch sou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 28 January 1908

... . { ;■ V,.7v If I lie CASS COUNTY JOHN BANGER, Publisher. I 1 ■ f 3S p?5il 'Sli LINDEN", TEXAS Tulsa, Ok., will after May 1 be a free mall delivery city. Sir John Lawson Walton, a mem- ber of Parliament, and Attorney Gen- eral, died In London last Saturday. Waco Is holding "Good Cheer" meetings to propagate the good feel- ing upon the passing of the threat- ened panic. Col . John O. Handley, Supreme Vice-President of the Fraternal Union of America, died of appendicitis Fri- day at his home in Denver. • ; ' A year ago, when cars were scarce, the high price of coal was attrib- uted to its scarcity; now that care are standing In all the railway yards idle, coal ia still higher. M"' Ha Mary, the little five-yea-old adopted daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Ad ams, living near Duncan, after trying to swallow a capsule which lodged in her throat, choken to death. 1Wvm:*1*. Ki Between the Baptist and Metho- dist congregations at Blxby, Ok., a controversy is on over the possession of a chu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 28 January 1908

■ . ■ 9 • 'K- .'ft ' .■> ■ (SEE El fer I I |.' ,'V • r<- •'8? "< H SILIY ROBBERY PLAN NEGROES ATTEMPT TO HOLD UP LONGVIEW BANK. PRINCIPAL FATALLY WOUNDED C I Posse Trailing the Lookout, Who Took to His Heels for the Wooda. Longview, Tex., Jan. 17. — Alex Walker, a negro, yesterday afternoon at 2:10 o'clock, walked Into the Citi- zens National Bank, ordered the bank- ers to leave the place, and began shooting with a revolver, and as a result (if wounds during a fusillade of shots Is probably In a dying condi- tion at the Jail. Another negro, whose name Walk- er gave the officers, disappeared when the shooting began, and is being pur- sued by a posse. Two negro women, with whom Walker and the other ne- gro had associated, are being held by the officers. Sheriff Little was near the bank when the shooting began and ran in the place and onto Walker, who at that time was shooting from the rear end of the counter. L. J. Everett, President of the bank, at an opportune time sprang o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 28 January 1908

■ 1 «kU '!" J-'Hi 38 COUNTY SUN "ohSL Ba&gftt, ; for Proprietor ■ \«S COTHTT 80S ytlMUMd etcty • , is ontcr'.'d t Uic Llmlcu jiuBtofll'Jo I'i'oaU CIisb mattW. katbs ok subscription: Kypy per year ' 1 SI.00 " six montfis ' 50 cents per? sent out without the cash vsciS; paper stopped when time is !■ we lose it. ruary notices tuid cards of thanks inserted at two-and-a-half cents 1 on owe us, send us potatoes cottonseed "lasses," and i ■ cash when you get it; for 1 , : v ■ jpv' ij. •r* ,ight help keep the wolf off. List of Jurors ">. following is a list of the : :i and petit jurors, for the •nary term of the District OrAnD jury. ' :itsict Hirant Hood f2§P^ WiW M ■■■: Wliitaker H. P. Mason Jack Jackson Jno. E. Spiva C. G. McDonald McWhorter A. T: B iker r immons T. S. Brown •-TJlass J. A. Hootcn. i'liTIT JURY 1st. WEEK. . '.cmmons S. S. Mayfield A. R. Harty W. N. Dees W. R. iobo H. H. McWhorter S. W. Bsaty T. D. Johnson C,. P. Catcs - Frank Br.sl.art T. J. Hosey \V. J. Barnwell E....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 28 January 1908

f< "• v \ ■ 'f V ■ , 1 ,| I Terms for nnouncernerit. ■, c.ttu , tiv G Candidates lor District Offices . . $10.00; your Onion Seta.. " " County " t , 6.00 " Beat " ; . 2.50 Always Cash in Advance. FWfiouNCMBrrrs. Subject to tho action of the Democratic Primnry. A * indicates that the candi- date is subject to re-election. rTOiiC tor for REPRESENTATIVE Hknry D. Nelson. for county ATTORNEY— e. Newt Spiv by. * e. e. broughgr. for tax collector— Geo. \v. Coody. T. J. Wilson. L. C. Weaver. * For tax assessor—* W: c. Williams, k. (Doode) WyMn; For county clerk— i. e. LAnER. * for county judge— v. D. Glass. * FOR DISTRICT CLERK— Elmer Brown. * FOR TREASURER— g. W. Florence. 4 FOR SHERIFF— W. C. Blalock. * vOR COUNTJ^SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC jScTRUCTION— M. g. Bates. EOR CONSTABLE, PRECINCT 1- Frank Mitchell. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE Keg Pickels at Glass Front. Over shoes and under wear at Mnrett & Shefliclds. Judge V. D. Glass attended to business at Marietta Friday. (3 lbs Soda tor 2oo li...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 28 January 1908

. .. .. -.. .i«mber of . this year ougtht to be "Progress." This means progress in Union, in Education, progress In ac- tion. Are you in on the campaign? All good Union men are fixing up their yards, so that the passer-by will think that some white man lives at that place. Are you willing to live at a place that will "look like a 'widow woman's' place?" This is the year that you ought to take up the matter of consolidating your schools and securing bigger and better school houses and larger courses of study and better teachers. What are you going to do about it? "Plant peanuts" is the slogan in Texas. This is good so far as it goes, but it ought to be built up till It reals. "Plant peanuits, pigs, polltry, peas, po- tatoes and prosperity all over, the farm," and this need not be taken se- riously by Texans only. They need It all over this ccumtry. This is the year you have promised to make your best year. Begin it Tight by becoming so good a Union Tnan that your neighbor, who has be...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 28 January 1908

I .. %' n HER BREAD UPON THE WATERS. WORK WEAKEN8 KIDNEY8 Little Edna Did as Sunday School Teacher Directed. It was Humraertlme, and Mr. and Mrs. Girvan had established them- selves as summer boarders on a large farm, bo t' at their only child, Edna, might have a long-cherished wish re- alized. Little six-year-old Edna had heard people talk of farms and farm life, and she had teased her parents to take her to the "real country," where they have cows, horses, chickens, and where the men dig potatoes. They arrived there Saturday, and the following day Edna was placed in the village Sunday school. She said nothing about It on her return home, and her parents had no reason for thinking that their little girl had learned a practical lesson; but on the following day when she was given some bread crumbs to feed the chickens her face simply beamed with delight, and a few moments later her mother, glancing out of the window, saw her throw the bread crumbs Into a little pool of water, and the...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 28 January 1908

3, : <$:#?■ ! s HS •SlsSfc. &'■' 1 ill _.,ij>ont W' rk. Tim future belongs to the American farmer. He lias done iivthis year work that has 8;tve<f-the whole country from •serious disaster, but uft less it has saved the individual farmer from disaster ho will take little comfort in it. When we say thsitthe future belongs to the American farmer we do not mean that it belong* to the indolent farmer ::or fco the negligent far- mer nor to tho farmer who does not care what happens so it does not. happen to him. It belongs • to tho industrious farmer, the intelligent farmer, the man who learns l y his own mistakes and he mistakes of his neighbors.— I ■* Mome and Farm. Safe and Sonud. A loqunci&us guide was exhibi- ting to u tourist the tomb of Xapoleon, with ttU the customa- ry flopUhes of language ill IV. "Thii immense weighs 40 ton#; inside of that, hi v. is tt Iftoel receptacle weighing 1 -J tnils, and within that in a leaden casket, hermetically seal- ed. and weighing ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 4 February 1908

A. B WiCK. Publisher. > A. Paper Devoted to the best Intex-ests of the People. VOL 33 LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1908. I t WANTED 1,000 P i " n c t o n Y )rganizers, to organise the col- Clittrt'lics ored people of the United States into The Negro Farmer and La- borers' Educational, Co-Opera- af tive Union of America Charter ■ ed by the State of Texas, and Copy-Righted by the BAPTIST 0. K. Williams, Pastor. Sunday School at 10 o'clock a. m. each Sunday, L. C. Weaver, Superintendent.. Preaching every 2nd and 4th Sunday United by the Pastor at 11 a; m. and at night. rV ■ . <-."111 ....... Si'-11 ::JKl-'f '■ 1 IPf p¥ \ States, and Indorsed by the Exe- Prayer meeting every other Friday cutive Committee of .the White n5|htj. ' . c. - tt • c rr Ladies Aid Society meets every Satuf- Farmer j Union of Texas; for dayev€ning 7 ; further particulars address, J. E. A. Bancjeu, Linden Texas. . m. e. cpurcii south ■■ ■ ■■ 1 1 •"c. m. Caolb, pastor R. IS. LIGOTST, M. T>. Sunday S...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 4 February 1908

M THE CAS5 COUNTY SIN JOHN BANGER, Publisher. LINDEN", - TEXAS Col. M. W. Mann, an old-time resi- dent of Dallas and prominent Grand Army veteran, died In that city last Sunday. SB til m Col. Luke W. Flnley, a well known lawyer and Confederate soldier, died In Memphis, Tenn., Sunday night, aged 75 years. Two suicides, an accidental asphyx- iation and an unsuccessful attempt at self-destruction occurred in Washing- ton Friday. Bob Smith, charged with the mur mer of Alex Brown, both negroes, was found guilty in the Dallas court, and sentenced to hang. W& As a result of a runaway Dr. J. H. Curby, one of the leading physicians of Maypearl is confined to his room. He will probably recover. Andrew Carnegie has, announced that he would give $200,000 to Berea College, at Berea, Ky., subject to the condition that the college raise a like amount The gunboat Paducah, ordered to Haiti on account of the revolutionary conditions on that island, sailed from New Orleans Saturday. The Paducah wi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 4 February 1908

T ' ' W. : •' .Yfpfp^ ■ - i;m ; . ..y . :y Sift! Safe BO The Cause of Many Sudden Deaths There is a disease prevailing in this country most dangerous because so decep- "" "" tive. Many sudden deaths are caused by it—heart dis- ,, ,, ,vmm \J/ As" ea8e- pneumonia, ]|ra TjT heart failure or J rrl -A r- apoplexy are often the result of kid- ney disease. If kidney trouble is ^ allowed toadvance tliekidney-poison- I ed blood will at- tack the vital organs, causiug catarrh of the bladder, or the kidneys themselves break down and waste away cell by cell. Bladder troubles almost always result from a derangement of the kidneys and a cure is obtained quickest by a proper treatment of the kidneys. If you are feel- badly you can make no mistake bj ingDr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the great kidney, liver and bladder remedy. It corrects inability to hold urine and scalding pain in passing it, and over- comes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often through the day, and to get up many ti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 4 February 1908

• .. , .. ' ■ , ' '• : •> ■ Mi W'rf . v-.J >■) . , '• v > • ' V ■ IP' rm Iff rHl t ft OA8S COUNTY SUN Jo&a Banger, Editor cto Proprietor IU8CA.SS COUNTY xt'S pvihHstinl cfoty Tfroaday, 1ft entire*! ui tbclMw jKflrtofli'W &.« Socomt Class niMiof. RATES 01' SUBStmrTION: Single copy per year ' ' $1.00 " six months 1 50 cents No papeW sent out without the cash In ADVA>^Clt; paper stopped when time is out, or we lose it. Obituary noticcs anil cards <rf thanks tvil! be inserted at two-and-a-half ccnts per line. If you owe us, send us potatoes corn, cottonseed "lasses," and a little 0ash when you got, it; for ft might help keep the wolf off.- List of Jurors Following is a correct list of the grand jury impaneled and sworn in yesterday by Judge Turner, With 1. II. Lanier as foreman: GRAND jtJRY. I. M. Simmons J, A. Ilooton. - ft. B. McWhorter A. T: Baker K.C. Walls C. G. McDonald J L. Wood Jno. E. Spiva "W. L. Swint Jack Jackson J. H. Lanier Hiram Hood PETIT JURY 1st....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 4 February 1908

fifes V- f'|fl Ml i |V m ' fl v $SEB® ' •tjfe l{*>} )t£ w*-m t>' . 4*Ti l&fSsW II mm V-isSPelm® •$S8 '• • • I ANNOUNCEMENTS. Terms. Candidates-for District Office* . . $10.00 " " County " . . O.bO •' Deat " . . 2.50 Always Cash in Advance. Sdbjoct to tho action of the -Democratic Primary. A * indicates that the candi dato is subject to re-election. ■ ffall DISTRICT JUDOF.— P. A Turkrr.* .FOR CONGRESS 1st DISTRICT 4 Morris Shuppard.* FOR REPRESENTATIVE- • itmir D. Nulson. FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY— ~ |E. Naw-r Spivey. * E. E. Broucuuir. fcOR TAX COLLECTOR • Geo. Wj Coodyj T. j. Wilson. lj. c, wkavbr. * fOR TAX ASSESSOR— W. C. Williams, K. (Doodjs) Wynn. FOR COUNTY CLERK— i. E. Lanibr. * . FOR COUNTY JUDGE— V. D. Glass. * FOR DISTRICT CLERK— Elmsr Brown. * FOR TREASURER'-- W. Florrncb. * • frOR SHERIFF— • WiHDi-BLALbtK. * FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION— / M. G. Bates. EOR CONSTABLE; PRECINCT 1- Fkank Mitchell. , >■ tOR COMMISSIONER BEAfS 1 and 8- JokTP. Fant. L...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 4 February 1908

w Lav* - vostnction u, conversion ol^i'ood into produce capable of being absorbed by the blood. While reluctant to talk in the - e of the school physiology and even *«tcus8 "inwards" as a topic of Mterature, we must protest 'nssifying vegetables in one "ory of indestlbles. It all vegetable and oh the takes to assimilate utly or otherwise. Boiled may slay its tens of thou- alle others walk the earth to ooore-and-ten, their health unas- J by constant indulgence in boiled >bage. Pried onions killed Napo leoo, where raw ones might have pre- served him to scatter new terror in Europe. In exile on a barrel island one may eat onions as he likes, and some who are too careless and too lacking in self-restraint may deserve such banishment. Stewed peas gave a certain prominent Californian an at- tack of appendicitis every time he at- tempted them, and a young woman is seized with fainting spells whenever she nibbles at almonds. So we see that no general rules for dining ean be established a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 4 February 1908

- >,s'!" •■•■ ) Tennessee railroads will contest the recent order to reduce fares to 21/£ cents. In a riot at Lorraine, Ohio, Monday night, one man, a Slav, was killed and another mortally wounded. There are three Davidsons running for State offices: W. I*. Davidson, A. B. Davidson and Robers Vance David- son. A war against foreigners who were employed in the Fort Worth packing houses has resulted in many of them leaving there. A Japanese has been discovered sketching the Honolulu Pearl Harbor and the coast line from the heights behind the city of Honolulu. A flro at Kendrlck, Ok., at an early hour Tuesday morning destroyed two drug stores and a moat market. One building and contents was insured. The city of Portland, Maine, was destroyed by fire Friday. The mone- tary loss was about $100,000 .besides many valuable records and documents. Representative Moore has intro- duced a hill asking for $10,000 to equip the weather station at Houston for making forecasts und receiving re- p...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 4 February 1908

i 1Mb companiett ^ but nil tbene in the real for those in the tar distance. They are negative foreign mis- sionaries and will receive their reward in a htfSd where the Chris- tian^ hopeabhorn. True neighborly kinduess as- serts itself in every instance for home, and to the outside world afterluirds It stnnds for every home enterprise and institution. Jealousy and strife tear down, but love builds up neighbors. Trus, strong men are never overpowered by the promptings *>f i>etty jealousies, hatred and tnaHee. It takes men to down pettifoggy, whimsical notions and actionsy btft cowards are overcome, i t takes broitd-guaged men to hold up apd build up a eommimity; mollicoddloH will let if drift. "Birds of a feather will flock together," is applicable in this instance. Tni" men will ■Jp- hold each other in their daih uvocJiiions and muV' 'ocul unh^^ iVP nde* (,;..viLns. A good citizen a* the prosperity of his 9 his Community or his nd citizen frowns sat- nd . cold Jbloodedly, m sup...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 11 February 1908

mm nt "mm -uSmi' tf- S > ' ■ - j -■ w" S2' w •!«> n ' ,* ..' i;, :; <,'' V(,' ; v TM'' A. Paper Devoted to the best Interests of the People. A. B-tlMiUK, Publisher. > VOL 33. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 11,1908. WANTED 1,000 *> i Recto R Y Organizers, to organize the col- Clittl'clira ored people of the United States into The Negro Farmer and La- baptist borers' Educational, Co-Opera- G. K Williams, Pastor. . f . . (-U Sunday School at 10 o'clock a. m. eadb tive Union of America (haiter Sunday> L> e> WeSlvcr Superint£nde„t. ©d by the State of Texas, and Preaching every 2nd and 4th Sunday Copy-Righted by the United by the Pastor at 11 a. m. and at night. States, and Indorsed by the Exe- Prayer meeting every other Friday cutive Committee of the White night- .Farmer. Union of fens; for u-i,.AidSoci«,„.«s fufther particulars address, J. E. a. Banoeu, Linden Texas. ( m. e. CPUrch south i - - C. M. CACLB, Pastor RE.LIGON, M. T>. Sunday School at 10 a. M. ea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 11 February 1908

THE CASS COUNTY SUN JOHN BANGER, Publisher. LINDEN, - TEXAS Resist the grip germ by giving it plenty of fresh air, anil It will flee from you. All the presidential booms are still friendly enough to exchange the com- pliments of the season. It seems that the earl of Yarmouth prefers to bask in the warm rays of the missus' check book. The young man who pretends to bo scared because it is leap year would probably make a poor husband. In Scotland doctors use carrier pi- geons as messengers. The stork, ap- parently, is compelled to stand for competition. King Oscar of Sweden left a fortune of $6,250,000, showing what pikers these kings are compared with our own financial kings. The Boston Herald wonders if we eat too much. This depends, we have observed, entirely upon the amount of food we've put away. The world is growing better, in the opinion of Andrew Carnegie. A man with that much money, however, sim- ply cannot be a pessimist. "China for the Chinese," is the new cry in the Orient....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 11 February 1908

! {. T f. w [IS President Flays Corporations That Defy Laws, DENIES HE CAUSED PANIC Attacks of Great Concern# on His Ad- ministration Are Vigorously Re- pelled—Employers' Liability and Abuses of Injunction Discussed. meHBaaro dealing ol of great Washington.—In a principally with the control corporations, transmitted to congress on Friday, the president flays what he terms the "law defying trusts" In no uncertain terms. In the opening paragraphs of the mes- sage he urges the immediate reenact- inent of the employers' liability law, and for such legislation as will remedy the abuses of the injunction. He then turns his attention to stock jobbing and other forms of high finance, and says: "t do not know whether It la possi- ble, but if possible, it is certainly de- sirable, that in connection with meas- ures to restrain-stock watering and overcapitalization there should be measures taken to prevent at least the grosser forms of gambling In se- curities and commodities, such as making l...

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