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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 17 March 1908

There's There's Way" Single cwpy per year ' $1.00 " - ?ix tHutuhs ' 50 cents No Sctil out without the cash in advanvR; paper stopped when time is <n t, or t¥c lose it. Obituary tiot ices atul cards of thanks will be inserted at two-and-a-half cents line. • Kansas Cit.v, Kansas, with a population of lieafly seventy thousand, is said to l>e the lar- ge^. city in the world without a saloou or a gambling-house. This is the result of the enforce- ment. of the la.w against such establishments. A s[>ecial attor- ney was appointed about two years ago to prosecute violators of tlieJaw. He had all the unde- sirabfc places closed withiu a month, and within a year had the thanks of the business men, wlio'at first told bun that it would ruin the city to close the saloons. The money which had been spent for drink is now spent lor food and clothing or ptit in the banks, and the city is more prosperous than it baa ever been before; fully their policy and issue There is a widespread demand ...

Publication Title: Cass County Sun, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 17 March 1908

'.Ji i :.'rv i\ . , ^ iHL. —ii— —s r -o - - J0fe?I":'?'. ANPtouNcewsNTS. Terms- fcan<11ilift?s for District (Jfflces . . " " County '' . . 6.0(1 " Beat " • . 2.50 Always Caah in Advance. Subject to the action of t-lle beniocrdtic Primary. A * indicates that the candi- date is SilbJ&frto re-electibii. l?or DISTRICT JUDGE— S P. POUNDERS. p. a Turner.* FOR CONGRltsS ist DISTRICT— Morris Shkitard.* i?OR REPRESENTATIVE— Henry D. Nelson. FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY— E. Newt Spivkv. * E. E. Urouoiier. FUr tax collector— Geo. W. Coody. T. J. Wilson. l. c. Weaver. "* FOR TAX ASSESSOR— J. L. Thaggard. w. c. witiiiam^, K. (Dooms) Wynjj- for county clerks I. E. Lanier. * FOR COUNTY JUDGE— V. D. Glass. * for district clerk— Elmer Brown. * 1'OR TREASURER— G. W. Elorence. * i-OR SHERIFF— \v. c. Blalock.* FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION— m. G. Bates. FOR CONSTABLE, PRECINCT 1- J. m. Nelson. Frank witcrinu.. for commissioner beats 1 and 8- Joiin P. Fant.* ■■ ' LOCAL INTELLIGENCE Tierc...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 17 March 1908

feiiiitt:' ;;a0 i— Ml K !« J& / THE WEEK'S EPITOME A RESUME OF THE MOST IMPOR- TANT NEWS AT HOME AND A9R0AD. NEWS FROM EVERYWHERE A Carefully Digested and Condensed Compilation of Current News Domestic and Foreign. The Kuty shops at Denison reopened Monday after being shut down for ouo week. Until further orders, theli time will be eight hours a day, six days a week. Work started in the mines of the Amalgamated North Butte and Coali- tion companies at Butte, Mont., Mon- day. These mines give employment to 5500 men. Senator W. O. Bradley of Kentucky la a statement declares himself to be unqualifiedly for Vice-President Fair- banks as the Republican nominee for President. A Chilean naval officer has invent- ed a torpedo tube which, after official trials wtih excellent results, the ad- miralty has ordered adopted aboard all torpedo boats. Some fool, freak or fanatic has been sending letters to anti-saloon leaguers at San Antonio threatening all sorts of evil things if they do not d...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 17 March 1908

OLD GENTLEMAN NOT PLEASED. A WELL MAN, AT 81. NEWS FROM OVER TEXAS The Interesting Experience of an Old Letter'® Inscription Certainly the Re- Settler of Virginia. \ ; FY>rt Worth's new Methodist church which cost $125,000, was opened for use Sunday. Mrs. C. B. Kennedy of Laredo, Tex., landed the first tarpon of the season at Aransas Pass. It measured D feet 10% inches. The planting of onions in Collin County for this season is aoout over, and the acreage exceeds that of any previous year. Mrs. Florence E. Russell, aged fifty years, a resident of Dallas, was found dead Friday morning, sitting in the bathroom of her home. The Home National Bank of Stan- ton has .been authorized to begin busi- ness with $25,000 capital. Charles Bb- bersol is President, J. E. Gawett, cash- ier. A party of six persons from Tem- ple who had been bitten by a mad dog arrived in Austin one day last for treatment at the State Pasteur Insti- tute. Ffty laborers left Fort Worth for Dallas Tuesday, where the...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 17 March 1908

'' : iwn v kWi'i the G*eat Q^ostion that Will Not Dovr. ' IBM ■ y/:.'* > V$&■':■ ' ' '''' ■■ ' ; *': . ')'■' • ^■y'V1 •; ;•/ y ' v: . Ji I I ?, l f rarapftfrMfere im ifiSilE ;iiT4^W v"'■■-■ , ; tl&Si: ' :;'^v -•. |t?i; ;;5 IraHaiiH ■ -Vi'pc-- '«! Wp clip tl o foUovyjng article from ttw Advorntc .Jackson, Mist. wliL'h is full of sound serine, and ue hope that other pa pew in the South that are advocating the principles of the farmers Un- ion will follow suit. The Negro Farmers Union is a business proposition the same as the whites. Predjirdioe has ruined xther organizations of this kind. Toil and your family work side l y side with the negro in the ilt'lds. The prcpisition is, shall t<hi ignore their produce; while vour cotton is in the warehouse the non union white man and negroes cotton is floating for the speculator, and has to be consumed before you can get the price set by the union. Now lay aside predjudice and encourage the negro in joining the Negro F. & L. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 24 March 1908

% WfSy. ; i " 7 ' v I* '7'; ■ • _ ' • ,'iy* " ' < I: «{'+] * ■ ' . 3 fafc crij>j5«iij '$!-80 frr 'j VOL 33. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, MARGE 24, jaMBpg«Ka Ba>iie33B grMawB«aww^ w ^ MNM MM lipfe" WANTED 1,000 , _ •« iwffi'o Tia j . Organizers, to organize tho col- Churches f bred pecfple of the United States MMR^J1 FARMERS' HE ADCIUARTEIS, ^ nr/'- H^wbwpQw! BAPTIST :1": W\ w. .1 -r t ■ * i S-CT into The Negro Farmer and La- „ borers' Educational, Co-Opera- G- K Wimiams,I>AST0R- «v. «■*> ?' America Chart*. ed b,y the State, of Texas,.and Prcachingevery 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 Friday night, cutive Committee of the White Ladies Aid Society meets every Satur- Fannori Union of Texas; for flaycvcnin* further particulars address) J. E.! m. e. cpurch south A. Banger, Linden Texas. | c. M. Caouj, Pastor Sunday School at 10 a. m. each Sun- day, John S. Mori is, Superi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 24 March 1908

. '• ' . ' VV ' •' I) ' SUN JOHN BANGER, Publisher. THE CATTLEMEN MEET NEGRO KILLS TWO AND HIMSELF. UNPEN, SAN ANTONIO'S HOSPITALITY IS - TEXAS : TAXED TO THE UTMOST. I The navy is always over the fire At home It is roasted and abroad it U toasted. Toe have probably noticed that an heiress never finds it necessary to take advantage of the leap year priv- A rich man can no doubt get to heaven, but will it bo heaven when he gets there and realizes that he is flat broke? But nofcody can make those foreign automobilists believe that the Panama . i t._i v - — —- uiUlattiy SftflSWgn roads. London and New York are planning rush-hour street cars solely for work- in gwomen—and the girls will not mess them all up with tobacco, either. = ===== Ten thousand dollars for the exter- mination of mosquitoes seems a lot of money, but If the little pests are really exterminated It will be worth it If people were as ready to overlook a minister's shortcomings as they are to overlook the plate as it goe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 24 March 1908

s I FARMERS' EDUCATIONAL AND CO OPERATIVE UNION OF AMERICA —= A HEART TALK. President Barrett Appeal# to the Hearts of Men. Friends and Brethren: We have Just closed at Memphis the greatest meeting the farmers of this country have ever held. In numbers, in enthusiasm and In co-operative fellowship It surpassed all the meetings that have gone before and furnishes the most gratifying and conclusive evidence that the Farmers' Union Is neither at a standstill nor a eluggard In the progressive march of the times. From first to last the same harmo- ny prevailed that has always charac- terized the organization, and the plans for the ensuing year were agreed upon without dissent or division. When we look backward and con- template the steady and stately achievements of the past three years- all that our great organization has done and all that Its splendid powers make possible for the future—we may well rejoice, and the spirit of amaze- ment at the work may give place to thankfulness for th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 24 March 1908

•' i . f m:' mNWIm K <1 i tor & Propri o tor TUKC.VftS C01TS.tv SUN published every l la Uu' Linden pofttottl tin >v. on J Clan* mutter. AT U 3 OP SUBSCRIPTION. copy per yc;:r $1.00 ax nionih3 ' 60 cents No papers sent out without the rash iu AowweE} pApfrito'pp'd when time is out. or wc lost it Notice ""I"' r« • SV, "Obituary notices and cards of thank; wil' be* inserted at two-and-a-half cents line. Subscribers. According to rulings of the P*3t OUico De]>arttnent, after April ths first, news papers can't bo sent out promiscuously to delinquent subscribers Of course w« have no delinquent subscribers,' as we adopted the cash basis more than a year ago tind drop oil names as soon as tho time for which they paid expires. Naturally wo don't wish to lose a singlo subscriber —no paper docs—and we hope that our subscribers will rarnem- H her that n cross mark at the end of their names indicates that their time is out, and will promptly send in their subscrip- tions. This i9 g...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 24 March 1908

V, ,>1 injDy wjjm . .* " i j$wl |S *'i$f "• it* m i i •tea HNNOUNCBMENTS. Term6- f"f District Office " " County " " IV-at " Always Cash in Advance. Subject to the action of the Democratic Primary. A * indicates that the candi- date is subject to re-election. FOR DISTRICT JUDGE— S P. POUNDERS. p. a turnbr.* for congress 1st district— Morris Sheppard.* for representative— j. e. Eu.inc-.ton, Henry D. Nelson. FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY— E. Nrwt Srrvfcv. * E. E. Brouoiier. FOR TAX COLLECTOR— Geo. W. Coody. T. J. Wilson. L. C. Weaver. * FOR TAX ASSESSOR— J. L. Thaogard. W. C. WIU.IAM8, ' K. (Doode)Wynn. FOR COUNTY CLERK— L.E. Lanier. * FOR COUNTY JUDGE— V. D. Glass. * FOR DISTRICT CLERK— Elmer Brown. * FOR TREASURER— G. W. Florence- * FOR SHERIFF— W. c: blaloc*'. * ^ v FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION— M. O. Bates. EOR CONSTABLE, PRECINCT 1- J. M. Nelson. Frank Mitchell.*, FOR COMMISSIONER BEATS 1 and 8- johh P. Fant.* LOCAL INTELLIGENCE Onion Sets at the Glass Front. Fred Holt...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 24 March 1908

:- ' TO #£*« PAINT. TH[ WEEK'S EPIJOME ! * ■,r;; ® '1 HH W-2 I A Way In Which It May Bo Identified Before Using. sr a building has been painted long enough for a weather test, it is •easy tu tell if the paint used was made of pure White Lead or not. But such delated knowledge comes like locking the barn after the colt is stolen. What one wants is a test that will tell the quality of the paint before it end the labor of putting it on are |)al<5 for. Nature has provided a way In which genuine White Lead may toe positive- ly distinguished from adulterated or fake White Lead before you spend a cent on your painting. Pure White Lead is made from me- tallic load, and, under intense) heat, such as is produced by a blow-pipe, pure White Lead vlllresolveiitself back iaist metallic lead. If, however, it is not genuine White Lead, or if It con- tains the slightest trace of adultera- tion, the change will not take place. Therefore the "blow-pipe" test is an absolute and final one. The Nation...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 24 March 1908

' g,9CHkIMr, I TEN Bright Idea He Thought Meant £$«<■■£ .'<*a I of Twenty-Five Dollars. ■ I 1 # I-svlnsky, despairing of Ills life, made an appointment with a famous specialist. He was surprised to find 15 or 20 people In the waiting-room. After a few minutes he leaned over to a gentleman near him and whis- i/^ieu, say, mine frlent, this must be a pretty good doctor, ain't he?" "One of the best," the gentleman told him. Levlnsky seemed to be worrying over something. "Veil, say," he whispered again, "he must bo pretty exbensive, then, ain't he? Vat does he charge?" The stranger was annoyed by Le- vlnsky's questions and answered rather shortly: "Fifty dollars for the first consultation and $25 for each visit thereafter." "Mine Gott!" gasped Levlnsky, "$50 tollars the first time and $25 tol- lars each time afterwards!" For several minutes he seemed un- decided whether to go or to wait. "Und $25 each time afterwards," he kept muttering. Finally, just as he was called into the offi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 24 March 1908

ti winter has been no KotlOn Islatiil. Thoi-v are more ntands 'lost, in planting cotton by using too much than too little seed. \V1jcii a bushel of seed is used it itthere hua been lessthan is yorv a detriment, be- opport unity to prepare 1 ho , muse\br, niv ao closo t bat latnl lor this • year's crop, i he . ^ rains have continued so late that fields are still very wet . Those RO mor be w ell i ien they germinate they lift ■*oil in the whole top of the row, If dry or a little cool weath- iliov. i the soil inutieiliatul.y nd the young plant dries or i.s chilled by the cot 1 nights, and the. plants vdie. If thus docs not occur tho furnior is oblsred to thin the cotton when conditions make it a necessary that the prepares? before plant impatience to counno ing, the temptation to fore the land iy dry t very groat. Against issue a word of warning. There are fe win ore i njurious farm prac- tices, Land plowed wet at this time is injured for the whole sea- son. Such land is more than like...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 31 March 1908

m: J. JE- A. B4N€iER* Publisher.^ .A. T3aper Devoted to the best Interests of the IPeoplel. Subscrilrtion, Fer A « kms I VOL 33. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, MARCH 31. 1908. NO 13. WANTED 1,000 DIRECTORY m If 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 Farmer* Union of Texas; for further particulars address, J. E. A. Banger, Linden Texas. Cliurelu'g Weekly News together, you get both papers one year for .$1.80 no subscription can be accepted for less than one year at thjs special rate and the amount is payable cash in advance. Order noW. Do not delay. 1908 Will be Presidential Year. Your orcfef will receive prompt attention. Cass County Sun. Help Wanted WE PAY CASH WEEKLY and want more Salesmen; we offer con- stant. profitable employment With the LARGEST nu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 31 March 1908

IMC CAM COUNTY SUN JOHN BANGER, Publisher. LINDEN, - TEXAS Knowledge Is success. It is better to help than to hinder. A good cobber is better than a bad shoemaker. The lofty man and oak are ever ex- posed to the worst storms A western man has invented a hal loon that will go 60 miles an hour If nothing happens The simplified spelling board has found an absolute cure for phthisic. They spell it "tisic." Chicago youths do not need coming out parties. They just come out. A few going-in parties might help. A New York wrongdoer was convict- ed after Identification by his voice alone. A^j^uld have eaten a clove The German lottery agent who has Just been sentenced to 1,461 years lm prison has obviously drawn an un- lucky number. M ' A New York society woman ap- peared at a charity entertainment as Salome with a huge snake rolled around her neck. At least, reporters thought they saw it. Twelve New York jurors who were fined $50 each because they tossed a penny for the purpose of arriving at...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 31 March 1908

THE WEEK'S EPITOME A RESUME OF THE MOST IMPOR- TANT NEWS AT HOME AND ABROAD. NEWS FROM EVERYWHERE ;• i I I | I ■v /I I m t \it M A Carefully Digested and Condensed Compilation of Current News Domestic and Foreign. If Mayor Strevly, of London, Ont., had a vote he would cast it for Presi- dent Roosevelt, he said recently, re- gardless of his party. The house has passed the concur- rent resolution giving Dallas Elks the use of 250 tent3 for the national meeting of Elks in July. Due ot hard work, according to his physician, Senator Tillman is serious- ly ill at his home at Trenton, S. C., suffering from nervous attack. Governor Johnson of Minnesota is to be the chief speaker at the Jeffer- son dinner of the Democratic club, to be held in New York City April 13. « ■ The Waco Times . Herald is occupy- ing its new five-story and basement building. The three upper floors are used1 for oflices, while the machinery is in the basement. Tom Slayton, a negro twenty-oirt) years ol£, was drowned i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 31 March 1908

John Daagei, Editor <fe Proprietor 'I'iriCCASS COUNT* SlIN r>til>)lsl>utl «'\ery Tnewlav, i piiU-ri'.l at tin- Llnduu ]iu tulli''.e uh SoioikI Llu * mutter. katus or subscription: Single copy j)cr year ' $1.00 " six months ' 50 cents No paptfg Si'nt out without the cash in advancH; pajxr stopped when time is out, or Wc lose it. 8S COUNTY SUN *1 ■ V;:". 'fv?*'" OUituary notices and cards of thank3 wfH be inserted at two-and-a-half cents lipe. To My Friends in Cass County. There is a light now on within the ranks of the democratic par- ty in Texas, such as has never been witnessed before, and it is to be fervently hoped that such will neve * be witnessed again. For the last two years Senator J. YV. Bailey has been under fire, part oft he time from ambush, and tlw> light inspired by the enemiesof democracy and by a special interests crowd that would like to silence the biggest gun of the party ami the -most fearless and gallant defender of the interest of the great commo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 31 March 1908

W . , / ~—y , ... . , "■ -■ • ' ' . "■ r' ' 5 ,v" 1 ; ■ ' .. . V .-/fe announcements. Term*- f k. I { '♦) J $1 n.ort fi.OO 2.50 Candidates (or District Offices " " County " > " " 0cat " Always Cash in Advance. Subject to the action jcif the Democratic Primary. A * indicates that tlie candi- date in subject to re-electioni • FOR DISTRICT JUDGE-* S P. POUNDERS. P. A Turnijr.* for congress 1st district— Morris ShEPPARD.* for representative |, K. Ki.uncton, Henry D. Nelson. For county attorney— e. Newt Spivey. * e. e. brouoher. '.r • ; ' FOR tax collector- C.KO. W. CoODYi T. J. Wilson. L. C. Weaver. * FOR TAX ASSESSOR-- \V. W. MCCluno, j, l. Thagoard. w. c. wilUAms, k. (doode) wvnnt for county clerk— I. E. Lanier. * for County judge— V. d. Glass. * for district clerk— Elmer Brown. * For treasurer— Oi w. Florence. * For sheriff— •Wi c. Blalocij. * . . for county superintendent OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION M. G. Bates. FOR CONSTABLE, PRECINC1 1— j. M. Nelson. PraMk Mitchell.* FOR JUSTICE or t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 31 March 1908

GIVE8 HONOR TO THE SOLDIERS A NfiMARKABLK MAN 80 RUDE OP HIM. Privates ti «> Roal Heroes of Gettys. burg, According to Gen. Pickett. Active and Bright, Though Almoct a Centenarian. % m ma: 1 ■ i I I < \ lyOT; ■ ml 4v How many American women in lonely homes to-day long for this blessing to come into their lives, and to he able to utter these words, but because of some organic derange- ment this happiness is denied them. Every woman interested in this subject should know that prepara- tion for healthy maternity is accomplished by the use of LYDIA ELRKKHAM'S VEGETABLE COMPOUND Mrs. Maggie Gilmer, of West Union, S. C.,writes to Mrs. Pinlcham: "I was greatly run-down in health from a weakness peculiar to my sex, when Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound was recommended to me. It not only restored mo to perfect health, but to my delight I am a mother." Mrs. Josephine Hall,of Bardstown, Ky., writes: " I was a very great sufferer from female troubles, and my physician failed to help ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 31 March 1908

- 4s CHICORY FIRST U8ED BY DUTCH. TO THE LADIES, FROM OVER TEXAS V * I hi P ' : The Texas and Pacific is building a depot and station at Fruitvale, a new station GO miles east of Dallas. Terrell opens a 10-days' trade dis- play on April 16. All the larger houses In the city will participate. The cornerstone of St. Johnson'3 Episcopal Church, Corsicana, was placed Saturday with appropriate cere- monies, Rev. J. C. Black, the rector, officiating. There was a heavy frost at Marshall Friday night and the weather was very cold, but so far as could be as- certained fruit and vegetables were not Injured. The chances are very bright for the establishment of a canning factory at Denton. A proposition was rceived and a committee appointed to arrange for stock subscriptions. The union painters of E. E. Thomp- son and James Spear, leading shops of Waco, are out. The painters de- mand that the shops sign an agree- ment to work none but union men. Up to late Saturday night ninety- two fire and tw...

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