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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 25 February 1908

"SU ip: m-' I® WMm I •** V > *?'... Mm v m WRi r I ■ ■ -wf'' . ' • T -m if,' He ' IP ;: ' *■' ■■■ MB S§1S A UV SERMON. By Hamilton Hamilton, in JPalestine Mental: Even the buzzard has some j fletther peak nor wing, fstmdesir- ' able company even among the most select company of Hell. I am persuaded that more virtue. It is universally couced- people slide iuto kingdom come over a slippery tongue than through all other agencies. Aud I am further persuaded that if the scandal mongers ed that the vulture is a nasty bird—an unclean bird—but, be- loved, I can show you a bird, with neither beak nor wing, that has the vulture skinned a city j Anally go to hell that hell will be Mock at applying his own trade. Besides this featherlees bird I hold up to you, the vulture is a queen among; the feathered tribe. Ah the blue ribbon, or I might say scarlet, wearing prize-winner at the poultry show, I offer you the scandal monger as the win- ner of all the prizes against the whole tribe of vultur...

Publication Title: Cass County Sun, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 3 March 1908

W" PPPlflB;''"?' gn ; • •:: ■;■ t0 J ( ,/ * ' ••'* •"'r iiifii " - <f'.' .'Li 'yM mmm ■ •l|j ' I "-1' . 1 ffiBlJ: ''^«i \ 1 Kg / |« ■ 1 «I J. 13 A. Publisher. J- .A^IPaper Devoted to the best Interests of the [People. VOL 33. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, MARCH 3. 1908. Si!b«crip|i«ti, $i.(!#Per NO. 9. a* WANTED 1,000 d i RJ I Organizers, to organize the col- ored pedpie of the United States into The Negro Farmer niid La- borers' Educational, Co-Optira- tive Uilion of America. Charter- ed by the State bf Texas, and Copy-Righted by the United States, and Indorsed by the fcxe- ctitive Committee of the White Farnitirj Union of Texas; for :further particulars address, if.E. A. Bano«sr, Linden Texas. OTOR :—- Churches "DEPOSITS GUARANTEES BAPTIST 6. K. Williamii, Pastor. Sunday School at 10 o'clock a. m. eacli Sunday, L. C. Weaver, Superintendent. Preaching every 2nd and 4th Sunday by the Pastor at 11a. m. and at night. Prayer meeting every Friday night; Ladies Aid Sotiety meets every Satur...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 3 March 1908

lilf? ■'£%*<' '"-'W'v'S":|.{:': ;'"Sc". '■ v,.- -' :;:' '!'■* .. / ■ ■ ' 1 "*, Q A ■ ■'•?. V: * B5? JR.. ^t£5*S. i fllC CA85 COUNTY MJN JOHN BANGER, Publisher. LINDEN, ■ - - TEXAS Ambition in tho rooted nettle of the aellUh soul. A good man and causo Is never fi- nally defeated. Dullards are born so and not ruado by the schools. Japan, having looked about the world a bit, knows that cabinet crises are harmless. Morocco, having had a taste of gen eral disorder, will not be satisfied un- til It gets tho whole jug. Franco is buying so many airships that it looks as if the French govern- ment. desired to start a museum of In- conclusive inventions. PRESIDENT ENDORSED Cuba may as well begin planning to celebrate its newest Fourth of July, for Uncle Sam is going to give It an- other chance to be good. Chinese claim to have discovered "graft" prior to any other nation. Their political system might well serve as a horrible example. No, inquiring reador, the language talked by grip victim...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 3 March 1908

SENTENCED TO DEATH ,HERO OF PORT ARTHUR TECHNI- CALLY A GUILTY MAN. COMMUTATION SUGGESTED The General Asked That the Opinion of the Court, Right or Wrong, Be Carried Out. St. Petersburg, Feb. 21.—Lieutenant General Stoessel was condemned to death yesterday evening by a military (court for the surrender of Port Arthur to the Japanese. General Fock, who commanded the Fourth East Siberian Division of Port jArthur, was ordered reprimanded for W disciplinary offense, which was not connected with the surrender, and General Smirnoff, acting commander of the fortress, and Major General iRelss, chief of staff to General Stoes- sel, were acquitted of the charges against them tor lack of proof. The Court recommended that the death sen- tence upon Lieutenant General Stoes- sel be commuted to ten years' impris- onment in a fortress, and that he be excluded from the service. General Vodar, President of the court, read the sentences amid a tense silence. By a great effort of self-control Gen- eral...

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

mgm m MW «! PPfP L ' ■"Hi?. 1 ■ • : ' ' wWM \ CAS8 COUNTY SUN John Banger, Editor «fe Proprietor TIKK0A8S COUNTY SUN fuiblWOied every Ta«s«lfty, entwfed ftt thtj Llmiou iKrttOllO# m Second ClusB matter. KATES OK SUBSCRIPTION! Single copy per year ' ' $1-00 " six months ' 50 cents No papers sent out without the cash in advancB; paper stop|>ecl when time is out, or we lose it. Obituary notices and cards of thanks will be inserted at two-and-a-half cents jx?r line. Spring seems to be upon us, wheather it means to stay or not. Tho thermometer is high I in the eighties and faraand flora is reveling. It may he th«t February has borrowed all the bad weather that, March had— We Shall See—Yes WeShall See. Don't hurt yourselves planting jtton. Diversify—Diversify; ;dant peas, both for market and ir feed, "Goobers" for hogs and faiso pleuty of corn and meat. Jutch the garden and orchard "ake care of duiry and poultry 'yard and live at home, and be happy. Full Value Rendition. The tax assess...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 3 March 1908

•«u • , ■, . fif ■r: •' ANNOUNCEMENTS. Terms- Citniid.ilfs for District Offices . . $ 10.00 •" M County '' . . 6.00 " " B?at " . t 2.60 Always Cash in Advance. Subject to the action of tho Democratic Primary. A * indicates -that the candi- date is subject to re-election. FOR "DISTRICT JUDOK S P. POUNDERS. P. A Turner.* tfOR CONGRESS 1ST DISTRICT— morftis sliittpard.* FOR REPRESENTATIVE— j Hrnry D. Nbuson. rFOR COUNTY ATTORNEY— E. Nbwt Spivbv. * E. E. Broughf.r. FOR TAX COLLECTOR— ® Gbo. W. Coodv. T. J. WlMOM. • L. 0.- Weaver. * FOR TAX ASSESSOR— W. C. Williams, k. (Doodb) Wvnn. FOR COUNTY CLERK— I. E. Lanier. * FOR COUNTY JUDGE— V. D. Glass. * FOR DISTRICT CLERK— * Elmer Brown. * FOR TREASURER— g. w. Florence. * FOR SHERIFF— < -1 . • W. C. Blalock. * FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION— . M. G. Bates. EOR CONSTABLE, PRECINCT 1- Frank Mitchell. FOR COMMISSIONER BEATS 1 and 8- john P. fant.* LOCAL INTELLIGENCE Keg Pickela at Glass Front. Mrs. W 6. Grffin was the pdest o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 3 March 1908

.v.. ■ mt \ • 1 ■Mm •sSk m fSM: H | • jMa aUR ■ -K ~ , of clyoerlDfi will pint of good whiskey and one fcftlf ounce of Concentrated Oil of Pitte. This latter is a product of the Globo Pharmaceutical Co. of Dayton, Ohio, and comes In one half Ounce vials and packed In tin screw top cases. Any druggist should have it. This simple mixture Is to bo used lu doses of a teaspoonful to a tablespoontul four times a day. "The bottle should be well shaken each time. Getting His. "Of course, you don't want anything you are not entitled to," said the con- scientious man. "Of course not," answered Senator ■Sorghum, "but I will incidentally re- otnark that 1 always have the best legal talent available to ascertain what I um entitled to."—Washington Star. Don't It Jar You? To have a cough that you can't leave off—oven when you go to bed? Put it away for good by using Simmons' dough Syrup. It heals inflammation of the throat and lungs—gives you rest, ami .peaceful sleep. Doesn't Work Both Ways. Liqu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 3 March 1908

its fciV.wfi 4m ... IN THE REPAIR DEPARTMENT. Be*t Ways of Performing the Irnpor tant Work of Mending. Rents will look much better when mended If they are al tended to at once, because the longer tliey are left the mora ragged the edge be- comes. Lay the garment right side down and put the edges of the rent as clofio together as possible. Cut a piece of mending tissue rather larger than the space that Is torn and lay on top. Take a piece of thin woolen mate- rial the same size as the tissue and aB near the color of the cloth as pos- sible, lay this on top of the tissue and when placed In exactly the right posi- tion Iron with a hot iron until the patch adheres to the garment. The heat will cause the tissue to dis- solve, forming a sort of glue. If the material is of light-weight goods It will be best to use a patch of exactly the Bame goods, but If the ma- terial Is heavy, such as Is used In men's suits or coats, a lighter patch will be very much better. A clean cut in heavy materia...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 3 March 1908

,i Many a nuui in run clown at the heel on account of what he poured into hk* mouth. tforuo supremo egCftists fancy thfy couldn't hide oven in the 1H! i tt'Plljut', "V 'When an orator make* ft de- claration H.s to what he has done with an air of triumph the air is always hot. JBFFMSON, TEXAS, Wholesale and Retail Hardware and Mill Supplies, FARMING IMPLEMENTS Charter Oak, Bridge and Beach Manufacturing Co., Cooking Stoves, Studebaker Wagons, Wire, "Nails. Etc. THE ROGERS NATIONAL BANK OF JEFFERSON, TEXAS,- B *YT> A iju,tflro laker is a fair crea tttru who wreK*s a rabbit fur X>ot\ tvith aa wririn® air. When a married woman de- **ido8 [hat economy is necessary «he begitW advising hr*r husband to take more exercise and avoid the Btnst't oars. There are going to be some ftTerlt doings going on in Texas this year. "*>u not fail to return the com- plement, or you will not get any more. The rolling stone burrows a quarter to buy dinfttff with, atfd boasts that it is no mossback. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 10 March 1908

' C^r ■ ■ •, v . / r m . "> & •< ■ ' n % J. K. A. B^1N«ER, I'ubliNlirr. ^ A. J?aper Devoted to the best Interests of the IPeople. Subscript*on, $l.<toa'cr Aii «« VOL 33. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, MARCH 10. 1908. NO. ID. WANTED 1,000 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, ed by the State of. Texas, and .Copy-Righted by the United States, and Indorsed by the Exe- cutive Committee of the White , Farmers Union of Texas; for further particulars address, J. E. A. Banc, ek, Linden Texas. R. E. LIGCXNY M. D. Offers his services to the people of Linden and surrounding country.* Prompt atten- tion given to all calls day or night, your practice solicited. Office with Dr. Davis. DIRECTORY Cluil'clics •" . - ' . ■ ; t BAPTIST G. K. Whuams, Pastor. Sunday School at 10 o'clock A. M. each Sunday, L. C. Weaver, Superintendent. Preaching every 2nd and 4th Sunday by the Pa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 10 March 1908

/ • .. « seBK *\ W ■ u <SSB*S H ■e ' . > - *V v . ' • ;$sO; t«B§ •' - H K-.far ? m 3$?P1I W":'' ■ 1HE C^ C0>JNTY gS WAS A GREAT PAGEANT JOHN BANGER, Publisher. LINDEN", - TEXAS THREE LINKERS SHOW PANTHER CITY SOMETHING. Copyright. During tho last two sessions of con- gress the question of copyright has come up in all its old complexities and with some new difficulties. The at- tempt to secure longer copyright for the authors of books has been practical- ly confused with the question of mu- sical copyright in relation to phono- graph records and the rolls used in mechanical piano-players. Under both these practical questions, which must be decided separately, lies the funda- mental theory of copyright. Copy- right, like trade-mark or patent right, is an artificial monopoly, determined not by "natural" justice, but by arbi- trary statute. The man who makes a machine or an attractive name for soap or a novel asks the public to give him exclusive use of his idea, in order that ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 10 March 1908

y II fc-s V' It EXTENSION PROPOSED MINERAL WELLS LINE WILL GO TO TRINIDAD. WANTS COLORADO TRAFFIC Plana Now Practically Completed to Extend Mineral Wells Line at Once. Chicago, 111., Feb. 28.—Authoritative announcement has been made that while the financial depression has caused delay in the carrying out of the Gould plans for building an exten- sion of the Weatherford, Mineral Wells and Northwestern division of the sys- tem from Mineral Wells, Texas, north- west to a connection with the Denver and Rio Grande at Trinidad, Colo., the project by no means has been aban- doned. Preliminary work in connec- tion with the survey is in progress. More than 406 miles of the route has been decided on. The extension is to be almost an air line, of lower grade than the Fort Worth and Denver or the Colorado find Southern, both of which it will parallel for a consider- able portion of the distance. The distance from Mineral Wells to Trinidad iB about 700 miles. This at present is the largest railr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 10 March 1908

CASS COUNTY SUN John Ba&ger, Kditor os Proprietor TIIKC.Y8N COUNTY SI'S imbllahod I'Vorj TacsJay, i enttTwl fit thffLlmten jiuetoffl'ie i Sfooiul Clftss matter. RATES Of SUBSCRIPTION- Single copy per year ' $1.00 "" W ' "-• At* . • " *■ -■ ffii. f L ; f six months ' 50 seats \To papers sent out without the cash n advavcB; paper Stopped when time is * >ut, or we lose it Obituary notices and cards of thanks will be inserted at two-and-a-half cents per line. We had been having some very warm weather wpto Sunday night'when there was a change mid it has been right cold since. ^Whnt is the matter with: Lin- den having a good ball team this season? ? Every business man in tg)vn could afford to con- tribute liberaliy to its maintain- ... ence for a good ball game will bring more people to town than most anything vise. AH farmers, both white and colored, should join the Farmers' Union and help to secure a better price for your produce. Farmers plant more corn and less cotton this year...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 10 March 1908

1 I I _ hjin r« r-.riinniiwit ■y'l'i"""*' ANNOUfiCHMEflTS. TermH. Caudhi'-itetJ for District Offices . . $10.00 " W " County "B9 . fi.oo " " Beat " . . 2.50 Always Cash,in Advance. Subject to the action of the Democratic Primary. A 4 indicates that the candi- date is subject to re-election. tfOR DISTRICT JUDGE— S P. PQtJNDERS. P. A Turnbr.* POR CONGRESS 1st DISTRICT— Morris Shbpi'ard.*,, FOR REPRESENTATIVE— IIbnry D. nblison. POR COUNTY ATTORNEY— E. Nbwt Spivby. * E. K. Brouoher. FOR TAX COLLECTOR— Geo. W. Coody. T. J. WlhsfM. l. c. wbaver. * FOR TAX ASSESSOR— j. l. thaggard. w. c. jyitMAita, K. (Doodk) \Wnn. ■ For county clerk— I. E. Lanier. * For county judge— V. D. Glass.-* FOR DISTRICT CLERK— Elmer Brown. * FOR TREASURER— G. W. Florence; * FOR SHERIFF— \V. C. Blalock. * FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION— M. G. Batbs. for constable, precinct 1— Frank NIiYchell. for commissioner beats 1 and 8" John p. Fant.* LOCAL INTELLIGENCE Tierce Lard at E. H. Sheffield. Keg Pick...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 10 March 1908

mm t ■ l ; Y >MJm£ kII-'I km L*V s&- i 3£ • ■ ys J*t-ru'na is a Valuable Ntrxt* and Blood A'tmeify. ' ?' f $ !■" ( -s■>'2 >*' !rjtg 5V * ■■' s 1'ji $*M &* mm . >\S TO S Sv£ ; MISS BESSIE FARRELL. MISS BESSIE FARRELL 1011 Third Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y., is Presi- dent of the Younp People's Christiun Temperance Association. She writes: "Peruna is certainly a valuable nerve' and blood remedy, calculated to build up the broken-down health of worn-out women. I have found by personal ex- perience that it acts as a wonderful re- storer of lost strength, assisting tlie stomach to assimPate and digest tlio food, and building up worn-out tissues. In my work I have had occasion to recommend it freely, especially to women. "I know of nothing which is better to build up the strength of a youngmotlier. in fact, all the ailments peculiar to women, so I am pleased to give it my hearty endorsement." Dr. Hartman has prescribed Peruna for jnany thousand women, and he never fails to re...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 10 March 1908

v 2. r-:'. '■<'. tr'l ,-lv ■'■ •'•■ > -if':'/"* HIS LECTURE ON JOB. NEWS FROM OYER TEXAS Clarendon is to election March 21. hold a town cow Thursday night robbers dynamited the Wells Fargo safe at Lavernia and secured some J300. Charles Lassel, a Confederate vet- eran, aged seventy-seven years, died in Dallas last week. Dallas policemen have been instruct- ed to clear all minors out of all bil- liard and pool halls. Prospectors are sinking a test well at Rising Star in Eastland County, in a promising oil field. Fifty thousand dollars street im- provement bonds were voted In Paris Tuesday, the vote being 419 to 32. Work of bonding the Dallas-Sherman Interurban rails has commenced on the Sherman end of the road. The base ball magnates are dicker- ing with the railways for sfTwo-<?ent fare rate over the Texas railways. Fearing a strike of the coal miners, it is reported that the Rock Island is storing 100,000 tons of coal at El Reno. The County Judge of Brown County has called...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 10 March 1908

mmI Rpl'. ., • v\ $-h *v ■ . ■ h ' ■ ■ i' 4' 1 i ' 61 n " v < . > ft Jfw, fa - ■<■', ■ ■ ;,:^r T . . ;' " • • hss-w S- r. 1 ■■■ 1 m'l-'l *W p#-. rse&l$?fc" Brain Leaks. Solomon was a wise rcan un- til ho got so mwell money it ltiiv<}c him foolish. The world will pi> so longer to laugh with you than it will to sy mpathize with you. Charter Oak, Bridge and Beach Manufacturing Co., Cooking Stoves, Studebaker Wagons, Wire, Nails. Etc. Billlff IIBI®H-it. TORRANS 1MFG. CO., MMMHI ,) E V F E II SON, T E X A S . Wholesale and Retail Hardware and Mill | Supplies, W*- always have our doubtsi . about the va rarity of those who J-" A. R iVl I IN Q 1 iVl P L E iV\ B N T S say they tb> not liko onions. We cheerfully confess to be just, old-fashioned enough' to like to sit in front of a? fireplace, 'Speaking of glad surprises, did you ever find a quarter tn the po. ket of a pair of discarded trousers? Guliimry skill limited to fudge wild chocolate cake is not calcu- lated to ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 17 March 1908

I I I I I I) l ■ If I ■ i i II * r 1 L;N; , >¥§£? .A *, a t t®! S ■ 'M; , -v . ftitf' m I ) ( J. 15 A. B4K<«I'R« Publisher. ^ A. JPaper Devoted to the best Interest** of the People. VOL 33. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, MARCH 17. 1908? Sub*<'ri| 1>on, fl ««Pir At *<«• ' NO 11. MOT WANTED 1,000 D I R E C T O R Y 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- ed by the State of Texas, and Copy-Righted by the United States and Indorsed by the Exe- cutive Committee of the White .Farmers Union of Texas; for further particulars address, J. E. A. Banger, Linden Texas. R. E.LIGON, M. D. Offers his services to the people of Linden and surrounding coUUti'y. Prompt atten- tion given to all calls day or night, your practice solicited. Office with Dr. Davis. Cliiiftlics BAPTIST G. K. Williams, Pastor. Sunday School at 10 o'clock a. m. each Sunday, L. C. Weaver, Superintendent....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 17 March 1908

tamM viv-yi;-- -•'•■. mr; J AN AMATEUR BAD MAN'S BAD BREAK. ;, , ; • S IMC CAS5 COUNTY SUN JOHN BANGER, Publisher. TEXAS LINDEN, BUILDING life' - fcfel I I ST £3; ■ mC:- Every gem known to the lapidary has been found in the United States. Berlin Is to see un American musl- [cal comedy for the first time. Never ^ear but that It will get the habit. It appears that some of the food IreBervatives cease to do much active preserving when they come in contact vith the internal economy of the sou Iff men. In Germany changes costing $125,- 000 have been ordered in a coal mine to make It safe for the miners, an ac« tio^i well calculated to make vested rights throw a fit. A j St. Louis poet committed suicide because he discovered that the world had mlaces only for men of action and not for dreamers. He ought to have glven\action a trial. A m an who is 100 years of age re- cently Jclimbed a 7,000-foot mountain^ Switzerland. It is the men who are nearing the century mark who are do- ing the real...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 17 March 1908

:'v'" * mi f>i _ I ■H NEBRASKA FOR BRYAN PLATFORM ACCORDING TO MR. BRYAN'8 IDEAS. CHEERED AS NEXT PRESIDENT The Bad Corporations Must Be De- stroyed; Good Ones Must Be Controlled. Omaha, Neb., March C.—Instructing their delegates to "vote as a unit" for the Presidential nomination of William J. Bryan at Denver next July, members of the Nebraska Democratic Convention yesterday made clear offi- cially that his home State would sup- port Bryan principles throughout the National Convention of the party. They followed this action by turning out en masse last night to cheer a platform which, admittedly reflects Bryan's views on National affairs, and to greet their leader with an outburst of cheering that bro'ught a flush of pleasure to the countenance of the re- cipient. All the proceedings of tho day were planned with an ascending scale of enthusiasm in view. % How well this worked out was evi- denced by the scenes in the conven- tion hall last night. CloBe on to 1000 delegates, hundr...

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