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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 31 March 1908

% / J\ Holding Cotton. Marry letters come to head- quarters Ji.skiup; for information as to holding cotton for fifteen Cents minimun. Some even ask us if it would not be advisable to sell colt em at present price#: The President, Executive Com- mittee and other officers of the Union would not be justified in advising a member of the Union to sell under the fifteen cents mimimum, for the reason that both the National and State Un- ions adopted fifteen cents as the fuimimum price. Hence it is the duty of every member who can possibly do so to stand loyally by that action. This is not said because we deen'i the outlook for fifteen cents at all discouraging. We feel certain that evnry man who holds will get that price—or more. We think, too, it ought to be a "fight to the finish." It is evident that the buyers are try- ing to "freeze us out." We ought to convence them that there is-oufficient lire in our sys- tem to keep tiw "hold-out" tem- perature much above fr§9Sing point. The recent...

Publication Title: Cass County Sun, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 7 April 1908

. ..■PPPWP-^ WSmsMSBMSmm r "• ' ■ J. E- A.BiNCil'Rt Publisher. ^ _A_ IPaper Devoted to tlie best Interests of tb.©-People. sSub«crii <i«n,( iM « 4 Per A itn VOL 33. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, APRIL 7, 1908. ... i.. \ 11. i— i 14, 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 Parmerj Union of Texas; for further particulars address, J. E. A. Bang eh, Linden Texas. R. E. LIGON, M. 33. 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. D I R E O T O R Y Ciini'iiics BAPTIST G. K. Williams, Pastor.' Sunday School at 10 o'clock a. m. each Sunday, L. C. Weaver, Superintendent. Preaching every 2nd and 4th Sunday by the Pastor at 11 a. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 7 April 1908

- Hi IDE CAS* {.y^ '.I JOHN BANGER, P' cii her. 25,000 MEN ARE OUT *K, FIS sm WAS KILLED IN HIS CAR LINDEN. TEXAS FACTIONS ARE NOT HOPELESSLY FAR APART. It Is said that King Edward neve* wears a nightcap. For that matter, neither do we. WANT TO INJECT POLITICS A man in Kansas City, who defend- ed his own case, wa3 fined *350. An>: yet he may have saved money. The Detroit man wfcjp •. ied suicide with a safety pin migh! have had bet- ter success with a safety razor. Over 7,000 people committed sui- cide in Prussia last ypar. Evidently the gospel of hope Is rauch needed in that count rv. The news of the progress being made In digging the \Panama canal must be read with ngany a wistful sigh in Paris. A St. Louis woman has been given a verdict of 9rni. '*"<4ause she was c^ilfi 'an "tjia'nen.v nSs awfully hard to prove this on a woman. An expert geologist says that Niag ara Falls may disappear if the power companies are not checked. Then where will the bridal couples go to? I •* a ...

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

,. > m ] r i «•'■if". i £11; { I THE WEEK'S EPITOME A RESUME OF THE MOST IMPOR- TANT NEWS AT HOME AND ABROAD, NEWS FROM EVERYWHERE A Carefully Digested and Condensed Compilation of Current News Domestic and Foreign. The Toyah country had a one and one-half inch rain Monday. The Santa Fe is building a new de- pot at Wynnwood, Ok. Contract has been let for an ice plant at Snyder, Okla. ^Dallas is undergoing the paroxisms of a campaign by female candidates for places on the school board. The rumor that the Dallas-Paris branch of the Santa, Fe had been bought by the Frisco is emphatically denied by prominent Santa Fe offi- cials.— '• ™ Mr. -Gooper has Introduced a bill authorizing the secretary of war to contstruct a canal connecting Sabine lake canal with the deep water of Sa- bine lake at a cost of $70,000. John Ocklngton, of the South Deer- fleld, Mass., Gas Company, and two others, were killed by the explosion of the company's gas tank. The ex- plosion severely injured three othe...

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

rN ■KIM Bd /x, «fe J;*i?«5rrietor- k. fcV >; sai "rp s / a lis ■ u TUK0AS8 COUNTY 81 Tiuwlay, U entemt at Die a* Hocoiui CI Ms matter ^ibUshud every RAl'BS Of SUnsi.'Hll'TlON: Single copy per year / ' $1.(K) " six moti'ths ' 50 cents No papers sent ojiit without the cash ih advancu; |>aper stopped when time is "lit, or we lose it, Obituary notices i and cards of thanks n ill he insertedai two-aud-a-haU cents per line. at#* Will you try Course of the "Shorthand and keeping at our EXPENSE. a Home Study >vrne Simplified Practical Book- x pease? We compiled \thenl; we know just what they aire and the re- sults we can produce with thein. To i r vrv'b that we have ■ ■ouftdence in our products, we >•.«!< you to see them at our ex- it Mi.se. N'earefarmiliarwitheverv other «3Tstem of bookkeeping and shorthand that is being taught by correspondence; * we know where our advantages are over >ther systems; we know why we v e enjoying such a tremendous irollmentin these courses,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 7 April 1908

jP«at 110.00 5.00 2.60 trie, 1 Alway« Cash in Advance, object to the action of the Democratic Primary. X* indicates that the candi- date in subject to re-election. roirmsTiuc i JUDC.K- - 1 i-. POUNDKRS. \\ A TI'KNBK * for congress 1st district- Morris Shbppard* for representative— J. E. Ellington, Henry D. Nelson. FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY— E. Nuwt Spivpy. * E. E- DROUGHER. FOR TAX COLLECTOR— Geo. W. Coody. T. J. Wilson. I,. C. Wkaver. * for tax assessor— W, W. McClung, " J. L. Thaooakd. \V. C. Williams, K. (Doodb) Wynn. f FOR COUNTY CLERK— I. E. Lanier. * FOR COUNTY JUDGE- V. D. Glass. * FOR DISTRICT clerk- Elmer Brown. * I FOR TREASURER— m g. W. Florence. * FOR SHERIFF— W. C. Blalock. * FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION— M. G. Bates. FOR CONSTABLE, PRECINCT 1— j. M. Nelson. Frank Mitchell.* FOR JUSTICE OF the PEACE, PCT. 1— T. L. Nipper.* FOR COMMISSIONER BEATS 1 AND 8- John P. FANT.* LOciri^TWLLlGEMCE John S. Morris has the best values in clothing in the county. J. S. Lea...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 7 April 1908

1 meaning of the word Neu- nerve pain, and any one who red with the malady will not bo anxious to know of ita nature to hear of its antidote. Though scarcely recognized by the profession and people half a century ago, it is now one of tho most common and pain- ful ailniETts which afflict humanity. Aa now generally understood the word signifies an affection of the nervous system, with pain In the course- of the principal nerves. The two great causes of Neuralgia are, Impoverishment of the Blood and Deficiency of Nerve Force; and the treatment of it is not so obscure as many would be led to suppose. The first thing is io relieve the pain, which is done more quickly and satis- factorily by ST. JACOB3 OIL than by any other remedy known; the second objwt is to remove the cause, which is accomplished by the abundant use of nourishing food, of a nature to strengthen and give tone to both tho muscular and nervous systems. CLASSIFIED 1 ii-.. H&i, ii'irtfi J3 m 1 i m 1 ii 1 Printer—Where ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 7 April 1908

. : 4 k " & The Evolution of Household Remedies, The modern patent medicine biui- nesa is the natural outgrowth of the old-time household remedies. In the early history of this country, EVERY FAMILY HAD ITS HOME- MADE MEDICINES. Herb teas, bitters, laxatives and tonics, were to be found in almost every house, compound- ed by the housewife, sometimes assisted by the apothecary or the family doctor. Such remedies aB picra, which was loes ana quassia, dissolved ipi apple brandy. Sometimes a hop tonio, made of whiskey, hops and bitter barks. A icore or more of popular, home-made remedies were thus compounded, the formulae for which were passed along from house to house, sometimes written, sometimes verbally communicat 4. „ The patent medicine busmen is a natural outgrowth from this whole- some, old-time custom. In the begin- ning, some enterprising doctor, im- pressed by the usefulness of one of thfft* home-made remedies, would take it up, improve it in many ways, manu- facture it o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 7 April 1908

A * HUH jhssSBM " ... '■ ■" ii#w % , * ' '".' . %' * " te n-' a r 9 i ; V(sJ; m [}'k- g (a-"Little Grandmother" "In the spring of 1806 I trav- eled deep into the interior of one of the most central provinces in Russia," writes Kellogg Dunland in the April Woman's Horoe Companion, "lu a. remote vil- lage many lea&uea from the near- est railroad 1 learaod of a woman who in many respects is one the most remarkable personali- ties in Russia in a generation. Her name is the key to thous- ands of hearts. 11 or life has been the inspiration to millions. No person—man or woman—has been more constantly sought for than she. For years a price of many thousand rubles was on her head. Yet she is one of the sweetest, the pnrest, the most loving and most lovable souls it has ever been my privilege to meet. "For thirty years this woman has bean a leader of the move- ment for ljberty in Russia. Back in the year 1878 she was arrest- ed and exiled to the mines of Ka- ra hi central Siberia, and the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 14 April 1908

' Mfi wm HHPIjSp. — N 'Kl ^<s 0 fflR3"Kf K A. ll'iNtiKKt* Publisher. )■ .A. [Paper Devoted to ttie best Interests of the I^eople. KiibNcriplion, $l.CO Prr j| i«ruf v "jj&'iA ' ^ o'- ■ •♦ ••" •• -* -M ....... ■ I <|HI ' III, ipi^l. VOL 33. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, APRIL 14, 1908. WANTED 1,000 directory ' ii i I 1 H ' . f - Organizers, to organize the col* Ol'ed people of the United States into The Negro Farmer and La- borers' Educational, Co-Opera^ tive Union of *Amorica. Charter v~ f? Cliiu-clics BAPTIST G. k. Williams, Pastor. Sunday School at 10 o'clock a, m. each , . , Sunday, L. C. Weaver, Superintehdeht. ed by the state of lexas, anu Preaching every 2nd and 4th Sunday United by the Pastor at 11 a. m. and at night. .Copy-High ted by the States, and Indorsed by the Exe- j cutivo Committee of the White Farmer j Union of Texas; for further particulars address* J. E. A. Banueii, Linden Texas. if®*:• Prayer meeting every Friday night. Ladies Aid Society meets every Satur- da...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 14 April 1908

RAILWAYS HAVE COAL. The Oneida, N. Y., woman who con- cealed $2,500 In a mattress could at times be said to be fairly rolling in money. Kitchener is keeping ills pitching arm in training among the Afrldis H^'ll have them called the Afraidls shortly. A Pennsylvania man who looked into a mirror was scared to death. He evidently hadn't had the lifelong prac- tice of most men. A copper half-cent minted In 1825, and very rare, has Just been sold for $51, the record price for a coin of that denomination and date. THE CASS COUNTY SDN JOHN BANGER, Publisher rEXAS LINDEN, Sir Oliver Lodge says he has reary talked with spirits. Spirits make lots of men talk. Pres Castro defying the United States looks a good deal like a jackass defying the lightning. Older people must learn to speak the baseball language if they wish to associate with their sons. Naturally no Spanish experts have ventured to contribute anything to the criticism of the American navy. I I IE C'. ' 'i'a./.i'v .* ■ ■ ,'f .M M' Th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 14 April 1908

•" - - ''i j . ■ ■ .... J,,.-. ^ - •- -i"' :-■ — llgl "■ iV- THE WEEK'S EPITOME A RESUME OF THE MOST IMPOR- TANT NEWS AT HOME AND ABROAD. NEWS FROM EVERYWHERE f grafe mr Wssp'j~ m • l jo' ' \ r j my- 4; III §#®3 s 8 !•: A Carefully Digested and Condensed Compilation of Current News Domestic and Foreign. The British army Is shy on officers !K on account of the method of promo- tion. Herman Schroeder, aged 87 years, the first sugar refiner In thea country, 1b dead at his home in New York. Work on the Shawnee, Ok., 35-ton 8r: ice and cold storage plant is being rushed in order to have It ready to begin operation by May 1. The old Fifth Avenue Hotel of New York, one of the most famous In ex- istence, has closed, and will be razed to make space for a sky-scraper. A charter has been granted the Oklahoma Clty-Shawnee Interurban v . Railway Company, with 13,000,000 cap- ital stock to build between the two cities named. Ex-Governor William L. Douglas, who has been mentioned for second place ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 14 April 1908

39fl rnrnm UOffiiTY BUN Joha Banger, Edit. 'roprietor I h 1 i $m TllKOASS COUNTY SUN puWlttbod cvevy lui'nJny, ii etit re<i at the LiTidOu ]>ostollV'e as Socotul On A matti'T, raVks oi> shuscrii'Tion: Notice Sheriff's Saie thiv statu; optkxas, County of Cass lly virtue of an Older of Sale, issued out of the Honorable District Court of Morris County, on 81st, day of March A. 13. 1908 by the Clerk thereof, in the case of A. D. Galloway, versus C. P. Brown, and Pat. perry. No. 1028, and to me, as ■Sheriff, directed and delivered, I will proceed to sell for cash, within the hours Single copy per year $1.00 I prescribed by law for Sheriff's Sales, on six mouths ' SOccnts Hie 1st Tuesday in May, A. D. 1908, it No (MiptTS sent out without the cash ' being the 6th, day'of ..said month, before in auvanck; paper stopped when time is j the Court House door of .said Cass County. out, or we lose i' Obituary notices and cards of thanks Will be inserted at two-and-a-half cents ■feer line....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 14 April 1908

< • "'r- - All#.1 ..;, a nno u n c i:m l N I •:>. J Terms Cltiildates far District Offices . . $10.00 " " County *' . , 5.00 " " Beat " . 2.50 Always Caah in Advance, Subject to tho action of the Democratic Primary. A * indicate# thiil tit< date is subject to re-election. —ymmmm .. „J 1 ..LiJ.!? for district judge— s P. POUNDERS. P. A TURWBR .* FOR CONGRESS 1st DISTRICT— Morris Shbppard.* r representative- J. E. Ellington, Henry D. Nblson. ; ; • ' FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY— E. Nkwt_Spivby.'* i;• - t e. e. Brougkkr. FOR TAX COM. ECTOR— Geo. W. Coobv. T. J. Wilson. L. C. Weaver. * FOR TAX ASSESSOR— w. W. McClung, J. L. Tiiac.oard. W. C. williams, K. (Doods) Wynn. FOR COUNTY CLERK— * i. E. Lanier. * FOR COUNTY JUDGE— V. D. Glass. * FOR DISTRICT CLERK— Elmer Brown. * , ' FOR TREASURER— G. W. Florence. * FOR SHERIFF— W. C. Blalock. * FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION— M. G. Bates. FOR CONSTABLE, f>RECINCT 1- J. M. Nelson. t Frank Mitchell.* FOR JUSTICE of the PEACE, P...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 14 April 1908

mw Iff Kc- 1 t I 1 I I II m Tf there is any one thing that a woman dreads more than another it is a surgical operation. We can state without fear of a contradiction that there are hun- dreds, yes, thousands, of operations performed upon women in our hos- pitals which are entirely unneces- sary and many have been avoided by LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S VEGETABLE COMPOUND For proof of this statement read the following letters. Mrs. Barbara Base, of Kingman, Kansas, writes to Mrs. Pinkham: " For eight years I suffered from the most set ere form of female troubles and was told that an operation was my only hope of recovery. I wrote Mrs. Pinkham for advice, and took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, and it has saved my life and made me a well woman." Mrs. Arthur R. House, of Church Road, Moorestown. N. J., writes: "I feel it is my duty to let people know what Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege- table Compound has done for me. I suffered from female troubles, and last March my physician decided that an o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 14 April 1908

UTENSILS FOR THE KITCHEN. BUY ONLY BEST CHICORY. N«w Contrivances That Simplify Work Cook Has to Do. .. a t," . & Among the new contrivances for the kitchen la u knife for paring potatoes nnil cutting them into iiuted strlpB.. Compared with the complicated uten- sil that has been constructed for this purpose the knife seems wonderfully simple. It slices and flutes with, one stroke, the action being the same as v?hen using an ordinary Btralght- bladed knife. The grooves In the blade of this fluter make the ornamental lines In the slices, giving a dainty appearance to the potato. Grape fruit has become popular since doctors began to recommend it as one of the articles of diet conducive to longevity. It is a difficult task to remove the seeds from a grape fruit without spoiling the appearance of the fruit. A new knife especially designed for this purpose is being shown. It has a long, curved, thin blade. This blade is Inserted into the heart of the grape fruit, and with a skillful"...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 14 April 1908

is® of tte rresident's Views. I We Waste Euough to Support | Nofiee Shei'ilf"* H|ie tkiii<i"of llioso newspapers mid pplliieitiM.-t who have been ho IruNV in -at tn .-thisy tt e bend of the present nihninitft ration, the Pm Mont Hii i'.l: "We attack only the corrupt riven of weahh who find in the purchased politician tlie nioat efficient instrument of corrwp- A 1'Vouch fa could live on American ont Us. nily, it is fin id, he waste of an Our extrava- gance and carelessness in econo- i rny is indeed inexcusable. Bread forms a large element of J waste in countless families, and i !>18 IS 11 inexcusable as it is lion, and ia tin- purchased news- extravagant, for every crum of paper the most efficient defender' ffoon bread should be used, and of corruption. I do not for a ; ] Hi i! ■ moment believe that the actions of this 'administration have brought on business distress. It is due to the speculative folly and Ihigrant dishonesty of a few men ol great wealth, who seek to shield th...

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

I ' mm. *•''* jfl M a r lili iWHteE " i1' . i ; - vQgjgggP' NW sy c c V ^ J. E. A. Bll\XiCR, Publisher. }■ A. I^aper Devoted to the best Interests of the I?eople. VOL 33. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, APRIL 28, 1908. WANTED 1,000 Organizers, to organize the col- ored people of tlie 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 tlie White Farmers Union of Texas; for further particulars address, J. E A, Bang nit, Linden Texas. r e. ucaoisr, m. d. Offers his services to the people of Linden aud surrounding country. Prompt atten- tion given to all calls day or night, your practice solicited. Office with Dr. Davis. V" —•— Cull at J. 0. Goodman'sBar- ber Shop for first class work Everything clean and nice> up- to-date hair cut, sharp razors and clean shaves, all in apple pie order. C. E DAVIS, M. D., PHYSICIAN and OBSTETRI...

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

OUNTY SUN SKV?*r -#m ■ W' JOHN BANGER, Publisher. LINDEN, TEXAS France has an organizations of one- legged men. la the threatened diamond war dia- mond will cut diamond. Just to show that she is still equal to her old role, Venezuela is defiant again. j Even the kaiser has gone the fate- ful way of ordinary men and has been writing letters. THE ANTI-SALOON FIGHT HBNr'10 ™DtlKm AND THE FLOODS CAME i'i Too many men, remarks the Charleston News and Courier, take the "rest cure" for poverty. "Ohio Scientist Dies While Study- ing Flora," is the headline in an ex- change. Flora must be perfectly killing. "Never spank the children before your wife," advises a contemporary. Yet if you spank your wife you are liable to divorce proceedings. The growing disinclination of sep- tuagenarians, octogenarians and nona- genarians to celebrate their birth- days is getting noticeable. The old codgers are too busy. Still, It is a fairly reliable test of the real freshness of eggs that Is af- forded by t...

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

... sc. J (.f _ FARMERS' EDUCATIONAL AND CO-OPERATIVE UNION OF AMERICA I PRACTICAL ROAD THOUGHTS. Why ■■ W'v :C K p Pi1 • } ipfe's BwUs I f &r> it- ■ I i Not Put the State Convicts to Building Public Roads? The American farmer 1b today con fronted with no more serious econom- ic question than that of good roads. Everything he touches is affected by the roads, and all the additional cost involved in the poorer transportation facilities must ultimately come out of the farmers' pockets. We regret that the following clipping has come te us without credit, for it is a very valua- ble contribution to the good roads lit- erature of *this p-rtod and should fur- nish some rich food for thought to the members of the Farmers' Union: J The farmers of Illinois have asso- ciations looking to the betterment of highways, but up to date they seem jto have missed the most vital point !in an Intelligent agitation. Convict labor will reduce the initial cost of good roads to a point where the tax...

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