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

. 'fM m i TIIC CASS COUNTY SUN JOHN BANGER, Publisher. LINDEN, - - TEXAS A rich inau Is one that dresses m well as his wife does. The 11 London gas companies sup- ply among them 46,403,852,000 cublo feet of gas to 1.101,896 consumers. King Edward is not as deeply Inter- ested in advancing the cause of democ- racy as some of his radical friends. If the Florida had any personal feel- ings, she couldn't help wondering now what the navy department has against her. Taking charge of him so fate In life. It is hard for the American woman to train the continental husband to her liking. World-circling aiitomoblllsts are making the discovery that repair shops do not line the way through the wilds of Siberia. Still, some persons might think that after a man had been fed on sour milk for a month he would be mad enough to fight anybody. It will only cost two cents to send a letter to Great Britain In the fall. People about to collect English ances- tral estates will save money by wait- ing. It I...

Publication Title: Cass County Sun, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 14 July 1908

■ ■ ' M4'. CONVENTION I PENED Proceedings of the First Day in the Great National Gathering of the Democrats at Denver---City Elaborately Decorated in Their Honor . r'- ♦ ■ ■ i I i A WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN Denver, July 7.—The Democratic national convention was formally ealled te order art noon by Thomas Taggart, chairman of the national com- mittee, in the spacious auditorium erected by the citizens of Denver for .the use of the convention. Rt. Rev. James J. Keane, arch- bishop of Wyoming, one of the moBt eloquent and able prelates in Amer- ica, made the opening prayer. Call for Convention Read. After the delegates and visitors had settled in their seats, Urey Wood- son of Kentucky, secretary of the na- tional committee, read the call for the convention, and a brief period of de- lay followed. The committee on rules then made its report, and the officers of the convention were announced. They are as follows: Temporary Chairman—Theodore A. Bell, California. General Secretary—Urey Wood...

Publication Title: Cass County Sun, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 14 July 1908

. ... ■im W'-- Editor -*& Proprietor IM ; ir' ' Snlll 11 te ;'Sli tltEOASS COl'STY SUN pBblUhed every "Wior'Irt, lb enured ni the I.ludcu poitofflo^ 11a Sccaiid.Cluss matter. ratSs or subscription: Singic copy per year ' $1.00 Six months ' 80 cents No papers Vent out without the cash fn ADVANCE', paper stopped when time But. or we lose it. Obituary notices and cards of thanks "(frill be inserted at two-and-a-half cents $er line. It is claimed that, the fibre of Cotton stalks will make a better print paper than that in com- mon Use. The process of reduc- ing it to pu'p is rather expen- sive so far, but it is thought that n much cheaper system will soon be found. If so, the cotton fields tyill have another source of in- come. - Why not turn on that auto- mata tax-fixer before the elec- tion? Why tfns Its satety lock 6'et so (hat it would not reveal its inwardness (intil after the polls closed?—Dallas News. There is food iVr thought in that furrow.—PloVfmah. . Vlfr AS OTHERS SEE TH...

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

wbssssssiisssmsmb flNNOUfiCElVIB^TS. Terms- Candidates for District Offices . . $10.00 " County " . . 6.00 ■' , Beat " . . 2.50 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 tuftnbr.* FOR CONGRESS 1st DISTRICT— Morris Shbppard * . iFOR REPRESENTATIVE— G. W. Pant, j. e. ellington, Hbnry D. fllBLsotf. FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY— E. Newt Spivby. * E. E. Brougher. f FOR TAX COLLECTOR— Geo. W. Coody. T. J. \VII,SON. L. C. Weaver. * FOR TAX ASSESSOR— W. W. MCClung, j, l.. Thaooajud. _ w! C. Williams, K. (Doodb)WVnn. EOR COUNTY CLERK— I. E. Lanier. * FOR COUNTY JUDGE— T. L. ifipper- V. tt Glass. * FOR DISTRICT CLERK- Elmer Brown. * FOR TREASURER— G. W. Florence. * FOR SHERIFF— * W. C. Blalock. * FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT 0F PUBLIC INSTRUCTION— J. B. Henderson Jr, M. G. Bates. FOR CONSTABLE, PRECINCT 1- J. M. Nelson. Frank Mitchell * FOR JUSTICE p? the PEACE, Pct....

Publication Title: Cass County Sun, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 14 July 1908

fv' m EH?. m 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. A well attended meeting of bhe Tex^ as Bar Association Is toeing held in Fort Worth. Miss Theodora Becker, of New York, has opened the first stock brokers office ever run by a woman in America. Mrs. Joseph Munster, aged 24 years, died in a dentist's chair while having a tooth extracted, at Austin, Satur- Stricken with an attack of conges- tion Thursday, Mrs. S. W. T. Lanham wife of former Gov. Lanham of Texas, died at the family home in Weather- ford. Last month broke all records in the municipal marriage license bureau of New York. Four thousand four hun- dred and seventy-six permits were is- sued. M. D. Preston, who is serving a twenty-five year sentence In the Neva- da prison for* murder, is the socialist nominee for President of the United States. Mail advices from Japan state that 1000 ...

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

I 1 I 'SSS Clinton, Minn,, was struck by a tor- nado Saturday and six persons killed. At Cleburne Wednesday, Miss Her- mine Herald, aged about 18 years, died from the effects of eating match heads. Chas. 13. Pearce, an old citizen of Waco, claims to be an heir to the Springer estate, estimated at $90,000,- 000. Dr. E. Champion of Paduah, Ky., has been convicted and sentenced to one year In prison cm a charge of night rid- ing- Zeke Taylor, a farmer, living near jSherman, hanged himself Tuesday In his 'barn, and was found dead by his iwlfe. lE&Svv ! News has been brought by thp. Emp- ress of China that over 600 lives were :lost by the sinking of a boat at Ba- tavla, Friday. ; Assistant Health Officer Winn of St. Louis claims to have discovered a plan by which he proposes to rid the city of rats. The Idaho State board of pardons has commuted the sentence of Harry Orchard, who was sentenced to hang to life In prison. ; At Wakefield, Wednesday, Edna Abbott, a 10-year-old girl, was a...

Publication Title: Cass County Sun, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 14 July 1908

■ is v m H « ?;% i i "N# 6M Mafds hi Turkey." There are no old maids in Tur- key, and no equivalent for the word "npinster" in the Turkish lauputi^ for whatever a girl's Hocinl position or personal at- traction may be, she is consider- ed to have a right to a husband, and he gets one. To be unmarried is a shame in Turkey, and even the slave girls after seven years of service get their freedom and are presented ivith a husband. In Turkey married men are re- garded with special favor, but hb a fact they have very little to with getting married, nor, for that matter, have the girls they marry, for it's the man's mother who does it all. She makes a tour of the harems that seem likely, looking over their eligible girls, and by and by she picks-out one for her son. It is a mother's privilege in Turkey to select her daughter-in-law. The girls who are not voluntari- ly chosen are supplied with hus- bands by t he bribes or diplomacy of their fathers. Sometimes this system, which f wins to ha...

Publication Title: Cass County Sun, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 21 July 1908

.Y : ■„* • -n ' ^< V , • •: • ■ i -' '• «i h Warn 1 'I ■ I | -■ ■ ■m m .1. E. A. K'nhiisiirr. y -A. IPaper DeVoted to tlic best Interests of tlie People. VOL 33. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JULY 21, 1908. ■criiviioii, $f. <M> Frr r'Ar Ktaft ' WANTED 1,000 directory mil Organizers, to organize the col- ored people of the United States into The Negro Farmer and La- borers' Educational, Co-Opera- live 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 Fonfteri Union of Texas; for further particulars address, J. E. A. Banger, Linden Texas. mm liijH &. e. ligon, 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. Cull at J. 0. Goodman's Bar- bet Shop for firsc class work Everything clean and nice, up- to-date hair cut, sharp razors fcnd clean shaves, all ih apple ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 21 July 1908

t CARNEGI E'8 RIVAL. EPITOME / u wmsm MM A RESUME OF THE MOST IMPOR- TANT NEWS AT HOME AND ABROAD. NEWS FROM EVERYWHERE "He's a regular philanthro—what do you call It?" "Wot'B he did?" "WJiy, In de last week he's give away two dozen 'Deadwood Dick' ail' a dozen 'Nickel' libraries!" TWO CURES OF ECZEMA Baby Had Severe Attack—Grandfather Suffered Torments with It— Owe Recovery tq Cuticura. "In 1884 my grandson, a babe, had an attack of eczema, and after trying the doctors to the extent of heavy bills and an increase of the disease and suf- fering, I recommended Cuticura and in a few weeks the child was well. He is to-day a strong man and absolutely free from the disease. A few years ago I contracted eczema, and became an intense sufferer. A whole winter passed without once having on shoes, nearly from the knees to the toes be- ing covered with virulent sores. I tried many doctors to no purpose. Then I procured the Cuticura Remedies and found immediate improvement and final cure. M. W....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 21 July 1908

ypn- « % ir- v ;. fc?.-.: I I I *5& TASTY MEAT DISHES VARIOUS WAYS IN WHICH TO' SERVE MUTTON. 8llced and Broiled, with Currant Jelly —To Barbecue a Roast—Mutton Haricot—Utilize the Cold Meat In Paatles. Broiled Sliced Mutton.—Cut from the best part of cold mutton as many thick slices as will be needed. Mix to-, gether two tablespoons of currant Jelly, one tablespoon of vinegar, one tablespoonful of the stock gravy, one tablespoon of finely chopped onion, two cloves, and half a bay leaf. Sim- mer for five minutes. Set aside, and when cool dip each slice in it and lay on a platter, pouring over all any sur- plus liquid. Turn several times Id; the course of the morning. Just be- fore lunch drain the sliced meat, dip ■; in melted butter, and broil slightly. To Barbecue a Roast of Mutton.— Mix a level teaspoonful of dry mus- tard, a dash of cayenne, and a half teaspoonful of salt; work to a smooth paste with one-third of a cupful of vinegar, add to this one tablespoonful of Worcester...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 21 July 1908

..Xi't immmm U rxetoi :"W' . Tuesday, Is e ntir«d at the I.ludon postofflws fts seoojiil cibss matter. rates of subscription $1,00 50 cents Single copy per year " six months ' No papers «ent out without the cash in advance; paper stopped when time is out, or we lose it. m wm i WmSfMm ISSM wm>- *■<> Urnmv • hsbbs?! Obituary notices and cards of thanks will be inserted at trwo-and-a-half cents per line. |jpif' Linden and the surrounding couCntry received a right good rain yesterday which was appre- ciated, as the crops were begin- ning to suffer from ths hot, dry weather. DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. By virtue of authority vested in rne 1 hereby call a meeting of the Democratic Executive Com- mittee of Cass County, Texas, to convene at Linden, Texas, on Saturday, August 1st, A. D. 1908, for the purpose of count- ing and tabulating the votes cast in the Primary Election of Julv 25 th 1908. C. C. IIINES, Chairman Democratic Executive Committee, Cass Co., Texas. County papers...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 21 July 1908

ANNOUNceiHEN o the Front save money f%mwfflt■ • imii * P f&J' Of W; J . Candidates for District Ofliccs . . $10.00 " County " . . 5.00 " " Beat " . , 2.00 Always Cash in Advance. Subject to the action of the Democratic Primary. A * indicates that the candi- date is subject to re-election. Messrs C. B. Fant and George Burns, of Friendship communi- ty, were in the city yesterday. It will pay you to buy your shoes, even if you should D j need them until winter, C. H. Nelson. EOR DISTRICT JUDGE— S P. POUNDERS. P. A Turner.* FOR CONGRESS Ur DISTRICT— Morris Siiepparix* EOR REPRESENTATIVE— C. \V. Fant, J. E. Ellington,-- v Henry D. Nfit.son. FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY-* E. Newt SrivEY. * E. E. Brougher. FOR TAX COLLECTOR— . 0k«: W. Coody. T. J-. Wilson. L. C. Weaver. * FOR TAX ASSESSOR— W. W. McClung, J. L. Thaggard. Wi C. Williams, K. (Doode)Wynn. FOR COUNTY CLERIC— I. E. Lanier. * FOR COUNTY JUDGE— T. L. Nipper. Messrs J. P. and G. W. Fant were circulating among the Linden people yesterday...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 21 July 1908

MP SjpggffiBj ■ ^ ><• — ^•6C : ^ ftp ^S>W •V ' l**. ■ ■ ' " 0 " ! $K ' •;" ■: I 1 IMC CA COUNTY SUN = ^ ' — >. ■ #11 S :r /■ i \jT.V* J " fAjfljiJ- < wsraDyySx JUIp , .; «££ , | I M I ■ I I •'• l -,m \ I I I i i i i j w?| Wtmm JOHN BANGER, Publisher. LINDEN, TEXAS Some people's idea of bringing up children lis to bring tliem up with a round turn. Pet names are very pretty in private conversation, but they sound decidedly silly in court. Now "poleless wireless" has been announced. After a while perhaps it will be costless as well. Servla and Montenegro are at It again. They are the South American twins of the eastern continent. A Chicago infant has a $1,000 crib. The kidnapers will be tempted to take the frame and leave the picture. ^ In asking for a divorce, a Nashville woman said there was a devil in her husband. Why didn't she starve it out of him? The man who is most concerned about loafing throughout the summei Is generally the person who also loafs the rest of th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 21 July 1908

I t h ☆ ^c/O/f/V IV KEJRM B&YA/V 4 - BR YAN AND KERN IS DEMOCRATIC TICKET Delegates to the Denver Convention Complete Their Task Scenes of Tremendous Enthusiasm When Name of Ne- braskan Is Presented—John Worth Kern of Indiana Choice for Vice-President. Denver, Col.—In the early morning hours of Friday William Jennings Bryan was nominated for the presi- dency by the Democratic national con- vention. Only one ballot was neces- sary, the Nebraskan having an over- whelming majority of the votes. Tired as they were, the delegates and spectators greeted the result of the ballot with roars of applause, and marched about the hall cheering anil singing. The nomination was marto unani- ffius. The vote by states followa: Bryan. Jotiusoa. Gray. Almnnba 22 .. Arkansas ......... 18 .. •• California SO .. • • Colorado 10 •• Connecticut 9 ® •• Delaware .. 0 Florida 10 • • •• Georgia 4 2 zu ' SuOhO ............ 8 •• • • Illlnola 64 •• Indiana ........... SO • •• • • Ion* so .. .. KlTTTttt .........

Publication Title: Cass County Sun, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 21 July 1908

, ... —j mmmm €A ft COUNTY SUN JOHN BANGER, Publisher LINDEN, TEXAS Some people's Idea of bringing up children 1h to bring them up with a round turn. Pet names are very pretty in private conversation, but they sound decidedly silly in court. Now "poleless wireless" has been announced. After a while perhaps it will be costless as well. Servia and Montenegro are at It again. They are the South American twins of the eastern continent. A Chicago infant has a $1,000 crib. The kidnapers will be tempted to take the frame and leave the picture. In asking for a divorce, a Nashville woman said there was a devil in her husband. Why didn't she starve it out of him? The man who' is most concerned about loafing throughout the summei is generally the person who also loafs the rest of the year. That Brooklyn physician who as- serts that people can get crazy drunk on water must have had good oppor- tunities of observing the stock market. A discovery of large deposits of tin ore is reported as having...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 21 July 1908

i " > H ☆ We/. BRYAN o° c/O/Y/V IV KERN BR YAN AND KERN IS DEMOCRATIC TICKET Delegates to the Denver Convention Complete Their Task Scenes of Tremendous Enthusiasm When Name of Ne- hraskan Is Presented—John Worth Kern of Indiana Choice for Vice-President. trs *; ! Denver, Col.—In the early morning hours of Friday William Jennings Bryan was nominated for the presi- dency by the Democratic national con- vention. Only one ballot was neces- sary, the Nebraskan having an over- whelming majority of the votes. Tired as they were, the delegates and spectators greeted the result of the ballot with roars of applause, and marched about the hall cheering anil singing. The nomination was made unani- mous. The vote by Btates follows: Bryan. Johnson. Gray. Alamaba «•••«..... 33 • Arkansas 18 >• California 90 . • Colorado 10 Connecticut 0 B Delaware Florida 10 OforgI# •••*••*• * 4 Idaho Illlaola Indiana Iowa .............. Kansas Kentucky I.oulnliinn • 54 8 20 30 20 18 • • • 23 0 1 Maine *10 ...

Publication Title: Cass County Sun, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 21 July 1908

HB t " logg arid Bryan Should Thsy Be Called Li- quorites—Thcir Clear Cut Views. 8sP mm SK lr A- ■ § Ml " m BS1' . igfil i ■ • , sHfflfi mm. *l'he people of Texas are con- fronted by a momentous issue and it, iR time for patriots to consider to what goal we are drifting. Few people have time and opportunity to make an ex- haustive study of governmental ■questions. 1 am among that number and assume that all oth- •ers whose lives have been direct- ed in commercial, agricultural, manufacturing, or kindred chan- nels are in a similar condition. My rule has been to place faith in the wisdom of our great lead- ers and to go to them for light on political questions. In the formation of our gov- ernment two schools of thought, one headed by Jefferson and one by Hamilton were developed and the lines between the two great parties of today are drawn with the same distinctions as they were then. The Jeffersonian school has given us a great many illustrations democrats, among them Madison, Andre...

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

J i ! . < j f • . . J. E. A. Publisher. ^ A. !Paper Devoted to the best Interests of the People. Subscription. fl OO IPrrr Ar^Mm VOL 33. M— LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY,! JULY 28, 1908. NO 30. «§; I a. i i « I i ill lifi WANTED 1,000 *>IRECTOR Y Organizers, to organize the col- Clinrchcs ored people o! 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. * '"■fBBUI1. 1 11 1 11 ' UNSPOKEN WORDS. What silence we keep, year after 3'ear, With those most near to us and dear; B.E.XilGOlSr, M. r>. 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. BAPTIST G. K. Williams, Pastor. Sunday School at 10 o'clock a...

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

HI' !H w~ THE CASS COUNTY SUN JOHN BANGER, Publliher. Mm.m,. ■ i r'.'n.. .... mrr —: 11.— LINDEN, TEXAS The shallowest person Is ofteu the deepest in debt. ANOTHER FOUL MURDER The child who is as sharp an a razor usually needs strapping. Canada waters yielded last year ahout 20,000,000 lobsters, half of which were canned. Vienna has 32,000 street beggars, and many of them make a better living than workmen. i There's compensation in the fact that the less you know, the more you think you know. If this pension legislation is car- ried out in England and Australia, old age will have Its compensations. A man Isn't necessarily on the downward path because he can trace his descent for many generations. Some people are born great, some achieve greatness, and some manage ito dodge it by means of an anti-fat ;remedy. What though meats be high? Aren't there 734,000,000 bushels of wheat in sight, not to mention a billion bush- els of oats? ; Woman has two bouIb, according to G. Stanley Hall. P...

Publication Title: Cass County Sun, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 28 July 1908

M. THE WEEK'S EPITOME A RESUME OF THE MOST IMPOR- TANT NEWS AT HOME AND ABROAD. NEWS FROM EVERYWHERE rv.-j*-. , *' pfef <> i'v.: ' i A Carefully Digested and Condensed Compilation of Current News Domestic and Foreign. Commander Robert E. Perry, of New York, with his steamer Roose- velt, hopes, on his trip north in the near future, to place the stars and stripes on the north pole. The new "all big gun" battleship, South Carolina, wa8 launched Satur- day, at Champ's Shipyards, on the Delaware river, and is the latest ad- dition to the American navy. Bob Wright, aged 32 years, killed his wife and himself at their home near McKinney, last Tuesday, a razor being the weapon used. They leave a little girl three years old. Harry Douglas Hammond, the four- teen-months-oid eon of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Hammond swallowed carbolic acid in the home of his parents at Dallas Fri- day and died in a few mlnues there- after. Leslie Goff, a rubber stamp dealer, of Lawton, Okla., Wednesday, re- ceive...

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