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

Wm Psatj ■ ■aaramdoatek CASS OO.UNTY 8TJN i John Banger, Editor Proprietor TIIKCAS* COUNtV BUN puVHnhwl evpry 1'aoidav, 1b extptiid *t the Linden foitoffi,-u as Second,Cls« rnnttrr. RATES CM' SUBSCRIPTION: Singi* copy per year ' $1.C<> " six months ' 60 cents No papers sent out without the cash 'n advancK; ps^Jf f stopped when time is out, or we lose j*. Obituary notices and cSKls of thanks will be inserted at tWcjrSdM a-lialf cents per line. "V I r *11 4 ■ fit •e; Mr. Gompers, the President of the American Federation of I.a- ber, is urging his people to sup- port Mr. Bryan aud to contrib- the £ryaiLUUupij$u fund. Many of the Unions are doing so after passing a resolution that it shall not be considered as committing their Unions to de- mocracy or t<x partisan politics. The Bote Weavil is playing ■' havoc with some of the cotton fields. We were out.on the County Farm the Other day and found that they had utterly de- stroyed every thing but the bolls( and they aro now pierci...

Publication Title: Cass County Sun, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 1 September 1908

™ wli • JElHriOl3HCBlWBTlTS. ,; ,! • Terms- *Crfn«il<latts far District Officcs . . $10.00 . ■ ." County " i . fi.GO " " Btat " . . 2.GC Always Cash.in Advance. Subject to the £1C tion of the l">eir.ocrntic party on Nov. 8. A * indicates that the candi- date is subject to re-election. for district judge— P. A Turner.* '' FOR CONGRESS 1st DISTRICT— mop.rjs s|0eppard.* .: , FOR REERESEKTATIVE— '■ •' g. w' Fant, • FOR 'COUNTY."- SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION— M. G. Bates. - FOR COUNTY JUDGE— V. D. Glass. * FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY— E. E- Brougher. • FOR TAX ASSESSOR— K. (Doode) Wynn. ' FOR TAX COLLECTOR— L. C. Weavbk. * FOR COUNTY CLERK— 1. E. Lanier. * FOR DISTRICT CLERK— Ei.m«r -Brown. * ipor treasurer— G. W. Florence. * FOR SHERIFF— W.C. Blauock. * FOR JUSTICE of the PEACE, Per. 1— Eb Frazior. FOR CONSTABLE, PRECINCT 1- Frank Mitchell.* . FOR COMMISSIONER BEATS 1 and 6- john P. Fant.* local intelligence feoys Caps at E. H. Sheffield's Red River Honey at the.Giass Front. Mrs....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 1 September 1908

n p «, i ' CAS* COUNTY SUN S1®' JOHN BANGER, Publisher. - TEXAS By his persistence In standing pat • President Cttstro makes Casablanca look like a scared rabbit. "Ice prices stationary," says a news Item in a contemporary. But the trouble is that the ice isn't—It meltB. H. C. Hansbrough, United States senator from North Dakota, was beat- en in his flght for renomination at the primaries. Some Inventive genius ought to put a rubber powder mill on the market. The walls could then blow out in- stead of blowing up. An English explorer is starting for the south pole while Peary sails north. Polar exploration has a fine Anglo- Saxon hue this season. An improved apparatus has been made by Dr. Fritz Lang of Munich by which the inside of the stomach can be clearly photographed. According to the correspondent of the London Times both the rival sul- tanB of Morocco depended for troops upon each other's deserters. LIGHTFOOT GETS BUSY TEXAS ASSISTANT ATTORNEY GENERAL IS IN NEW YORK THIS WEEK. S...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 1 September 1908

/ tW ■ ■ ■ I . ■ 11 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. - * County Auditor J. Harvey Anderson died at his home in Greenville at 10:55 o'clock Friday night, after a lingering illness with fright's disease. L. D. Smarc of Weatherford has sold 500 bitfiieis of pears from his orchard to Port Worth peoplo at 60c per bushel. The pears are of the La- Come and Kelfer varieties and are be- ing shipped to Port Worth. A flash of lightning at Oakdale, La. Wednesday killed Thurston Rasberry, *a butcher, and seriously injured his mother, Clarence, who lfves in Crow- ley and had just arrived in Oakdale to visit. .Cold craze is at its height at Ma- berry, Ark., and, if the indications of gold prove to be true, Sol A. Maberry, owner of the land upon which the sup- posed mine is located, will soon be a ricih man. Monday Uncle Sam became the pos- sessor of ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 1 September 1908

imm w&t. ■'«©flWSi ■ • ■.rnhfrkinm—i-* SBe u# n X. L l| „il J II |:% K- CASSCOUNTY STATE BAtfK CAPITAL STOCK $15,000.0 Te solicit the patronage of ttie people of this Section and promise Fair Dealings. We <3.speel;tNy deatre the business of the Farmers, knowing that- it it* to THEIR INTEREST to borrow money rather than to go to the merchant and pay CREDIT prices. When you come to Linden call on us. Respectfully, O II NELSON, I 1ST MAllETT, President Oashior- *1. S. Lea,Jeweler, WATCHES, CT.OOICS and JEWELRY EEFAXR WORK A SPECIALTY- AIbo a Nice Line of Fancy Groceries, Fruios, Tobacco and Cigars. X WINCHESTER. Guns, Cartridges and Shotgun Shells arc easily distinguished from other makes, which equal them neither in quality nor reputation,by the big TRADE BEO. IN U. 0. PAT. OFF. which appears on every package of Winchester goods. The big red W is to guns and ammunition what the word "Sterling" is to silverware the world over. Therefore, for your own protection always "Look for-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 8 September 1908

1 A f" ' ?V> S —• —— — - J 13. A. BIN VOL WANTi Organizers, to orj 1 he y. . . .. ■•: ■ oted to fie be^it; Xnte rests of the Tropic. C« Q IS.. TT EJESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8 D I, •anize : United preu people o int o The Negro Farmer and borers' Educational, Co-Op . . T " £ A ft /~'t live Union ot America, iiiui Ftd by-the State of Texas, Uri ;.he K: > ' e.ritive ComtriHitee of the White I Farmers Union of Texas; for f Tthcr particular!-; address, J. L. i A. Kam•)•;]•. Liuden Texas. j CopySSfihM#!. S States, a,ml uulrtrsra •d e Ilim-Su* jerintendent. nd 4ll ecu me e\ J || K ' '.* a.*: ■, " . ■ '' ' 1808, m. i'O. % (iswiis to Americans in Pa Grace Margaret Gould, the Fashion Editor of tiio Woirians Home Companion tells in the September number some of the the Parisian dressmaking] establishment sell their gocd to American woman. Here is ouc ru3e lhat she saw worked in one i J^.LIOON, t;N ;i'ii rt; hi.* service.-} to the people of ! linden and surrounding cn urit r v. V rornlit at,ten- i*...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 8 September 1908

Wfv Hf ■ ■! J r 070.41,'. ™o SuSi^Uar^ji r?-;.m-Ji rci\. ' .. .. . . THE CASS COUNTY SUN JOHN BANGER, Publisher. LINDEN, - - - - - TEXAS The giant Laos of India build combs 18 feet high. z. ansj. The case of Castro proves that sometimes paj s to be little. If speculation were to be entirely abolished the buying of cantaloupes would cease. m Mr. Ecllson has $25,000,000, but what good does it do him while he works 16 hours a day? Lv4 The king of Serbia wants his sons married to Ar«2rican heiresses before he is deposed. ; How can the Sick Man of Europe ^how anything but the feeblest kind ®f a constitution? , Speed maniacs occasionally kill themselves, but otherwise tb«y gener- ally go unpunished. m1 The apple orchards look as if cider vinegar might live up to its name for awhile, after next fall. Twenty-flve women lay delegates at- tended the general Methodist Epis- copal conference In Baltimore. One University of Chicago profes- sor does not believe in the miracles. But there are stil...

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

I r-'-V. — What is Pc-ru-na. Are wo claiming too much for Peruua when wo claim it to be an effective remedy for chronio catarrh? Have w Abundant proof that Poruna is in roal- Ity such a catarrh remedy? Let us Bee whit the United States Dispensatory •ays of the principal Ingredients of Peruua. Take, for instance, the ingredient hydrastls canadensis, or golden seal. The United States Disponsatory says of this herbal remedy, that it is largely employed in the treatment of depraved mucous membranes lining various organs of the human bady. Another Ingredient c.f Pertma, cory- dalls formosa, is classed in the United States Dispensatory as a tonic. Oedron seeds is another ingredient of Peruna-. The United States Dispensa- tory says of the action 6f cedron that It is used as a bitter tonio and in the tre<«.^,ont dyBentery, and in inter- mlttent M a -abstitnte tor quinine. Send to us for a free ^ testi- monials of what the people think ot rnna as a catarrh remedy. The best evidence is the...

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

i I T] I IPS'. ML • cookty auNigon1 tMakcuMistake. John Baages, ' Si mmmmrnm . . ■ * ■' ' *lf r v 3Editor & Proprietor TUKC.VSS COUNTY Si'N imblifchml every Tuesday, j. fivU-ri- i fct tb ; Liiuluu postotli'o rut, Class mutter. I If you are eoutempliT-Uj#' mak- I itig; a stenographer of vi "H^ell tfpr f ix months 50 cents| without the cash j ►pctl when time is i do notmake a miratake and at | tend a school teach ing one of t he | old systems, such as Pitman, I G rahan;,rt,nd (hvu;g—they are too i rci'i it, lYimOSfrt, 111) ' u'cnrately and j incomplete. The Byrne Sim- j kught at | ollefire of Byrne. -This proves its wonder- 01 STRICT COO fill peed possibilities. For in-. dof.semcutH from those who have j mastered the other system*,' The First National Bauk of Civil Cases. possible to r< r\ 1' it. Obituar; fill be ias cr line. md ci iiid- . nf thank: -half cent! The State Republican platform of Kansas favors a guarantee hank deposit law. The National bhltform is silent on it and...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 8 September 1908

msh ■ <. Ex pi. ShefHeh >ig $1 00 worth of coffee at v rs rv ^vA ' cat fib lu Advance, ubjeet to the action of the democratic party on Nov. 3. A * indicates that the candi- date is subject to re-election. rOR DISTRICT JUDGE"— P. A Turnkr.* FOR CONGRESS 1st DISTRICT— Morrm Siifppard.* ^- • FOR REPRESENT^, rtfE— 0. T','. f'AMT, JpK COUNTY OF mmi'ic LI Nip]eo 0. pants go M. & SU PER IN TEN DENT (RUCTION— T>i for county judge— V. D. Glass. * FOR COUNTI^TTORNEY- E. E. l>RW*iiii:!-. FOR TAX V. .^poop^WYNM. AX COLLECTOR— I,. C. Weaver. -a FOR COUNTY CLERK - i. E. Lanier. " | FOR DISTRICT CLERK— Et-MHR bao.wn. * ■< FOR f REASURER— G. \V. Florence * t; FOR SHERIFF— ! v}' .. 1 \V. C. Ulalock. * for justice Of thr peace, Pet. 1— En FOR CONSTABLE, PRECINCT 1~, Frank Mitchelu* '| FOR COMMISSIONER BEATS 1 andS- Joiin P. Fant.* | ■itssNiiBHHi Mfss Annie Cates is on a visit to4l& family of her uncle, D. B, 6a'tf. For mens' and bo to C. H. Nels^r. ' want rt drink that i.s fold...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 8 September 1908

™-,iw ■ HI ,i'\ ■ ■ !• s'^4)*r mm MSSewIW sKmHR wm® ib P&%': , ' '" > SI msem* umMM r ! La;;-,; j : •i-,. '•;:> M ; P2f1 • 1 • t vfeltf <• ■ Jm 'W. • ' . ' ffiBKM" ! ' '■>' ' >* t * >'' ™ MIL MEN THINKING MANY OF THEM ARE CONSIDER- ING PRESENT DAY CONDI- TION8. Some Interesting Figures Given by B. F. Yoakum In an Interview with a New York Times Reporter. "Railroad employes, according to B. fr\ Yoakum, chairman of the Execu- tive Committee of the Rock lsland- S^isco lines, are losing every day through the present depression* in trade ft.000,000, or $25,000,000 a month," says the New York Times. "One-quarter of them, or about 400,000 men, are out of employment and are living on their, rapidly diminishing .savings. "Construction of new lines has al- most entirely ceased, and for every 1,900 miles of new track that are not built 6,000 men lose permanent em- ployment and 24,000 people a good liv- ing. The railroads are purchasing supplies at the rate of $500,000,000...

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

/ o ■ :LED BY SAND GERMAN ENGINEERS HAVE HARD PROBLEM. fminenso Drifts Seemingly Beyond Control Overwhelm Railroad in Africa-j ay Force Conntruc- tion oi Huge Steel Tunntl. Tbe Germans are In a dilemma over Ihe railroad they are buildlpg in their colony of Southwest Africa to connect Luderltz bay on the Atlantic with Beth- anien, more than 100 miles inland. They have not yet discovered how to circumvent the moving sand dunes that have covered the track many feet deep only about 15 miles from the coast. Moving dunes are a common desert phenomenon. They are found in the Colorado desert, In the Sahara and in the Gobi wastes of Asia. Their action Is like the waves of the sea. The sand piles up into long high ridges, grad- ually topples over on the leeward side and thus the whole sand wave slowly moves along and is soon replaced by those that are following behind it. The moving sand hills near Luderitz bay extend over an area only about five miles wide. The problem before the Germans Is ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 8 September 1908

ranftp IMTAL ).. • t * : the 'pa ■ veaa^: of p Fast- Dealing.?. Wz-'ftsnp^ei<•!! 1 v <lf «r.'f t t.f • t:■>iii $15,000.00 tbi.' . brevities. It ia a mighty long road that has no end. 'Pho o uioker Ih ! flick €'' 11 <(' uiil 0\\ A ill an wlio will seldom pay An ontirni ■I luC'ii in who wv>XM i Uiib< Air. Brown kt.vps a boarding| •;vsse. Arami# hi tab)5* sat Lis | if©, Mrs. Bro*Vfr:; t-Ue'villagemil k: Mr A ad rew M. .ford ; and r i~ to TBI Ui B . hft ir-'-rrna IV f <> «] 9 • I lli Sf #r illci Mr. luttibe ,'n took octet a 'rcnan rpen •, feed Mr. nt of Mrs. th It take ther« he m d- W. g+k %M ■& v X fl f vS and JEW «vu& WOBK A SlffiCJALTY of Fancy Grocerio- H $ i© 9 "p "V" .JL v x Fruios, uns, (Cartridges and Shotgun Shells arc easily distinguished from oth.cr makes, which equal them neither in qtudi fcynor reputation,by the big ■ ifAof! mam m«.,in u. i. rvr. w. 1 which Hppenrs on every package of Winchester ,r ocds. The big red W is to guns and ammunitio...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 15 September 1908

It ","1 ■ . a .., - Z. .. :- K'r .■ ™ ;v fmll ■ ' ■■''t:,"i '" ' V ."* '" 'W'i-y*' mj" ?". '.w*iST., " ^ ■ / P F! ft^slfe l". / ' ra.^%;ras "">■ •■; . . ■. -is Kl ^ ' 'V«SaS ■: 'If-;..!®! |KWH r ■ i. ■ ■<>■#. *'.a ,& j. 13. A. B4N(iKR. Publisher. )> A. 3Paper Devoted to tlie best Interests of the I.Vo-jple. SubKcriplion, $l «OPer An*1 mm , iid rcl it ill ■53 o! ilg llg ")f- ti d .to it nd 6 3 to 1.1 0 ■J * I J VOL 33. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15. 1908. NO. 37. WANTED 1,000 brgauizers, to organize the col- bred 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- fcutive Committee of the White Farmers Union of Texas; for further particulars address, J. E. A. Bang nit, Linden Texas. R. E. LIGOlSr, M. D. Offers hte services to the people of Linden and surrounding country. Prompt atten- tion given to all c^...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 15 September 1908

-♦ THE CASS COUNTY SUN JOHN BANGER, Publisher, LINDEN, TEXAS Indiana has evolved "the sacred kiss." The scared kiss Is more com< mon. News comes from all the summer re- sorts that this Is a very good season for mosquitoes. New Jersey annouuces covery of "flying bedbugs." get there, just the same. the dlB- Vnd they London complains that the hams wt sen<rover are not sufficiently smoked. Well, what can't be cured must be endured. According, to the fashion page, "hats are to be bigger next spring." We're from Missouri—we don't believe such things can be. King Alfonso has had a quarrel with his mother-in-law. But, then, he is backed by the consciousness of his au- thority as boss. • To be sure, the Under of the $50,000 check in Chicago was rewarded with only two dollars, but the two dollars was real money. Herewith the coo of the dove, ac- cording to an eminent scientific au- thority, take3 its place among the use- less and unmeaning noises. -••.M % ||S|I Castro hasn't a crown, bu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 15 September 1908

IRRHH 'Mm I BRH - . . IK iSP I Saved Him, lf didn t kill mo, but I think it would If It had not been for Hunt's Cure. 1 was tired, miserable, and well nigh used up when I commjenoed using it for an old and severe case of Eczema. One application roiieved and one bo* cured me. 1 believe Hunt's Cure will cure any form of itching known tp mankind." CLIFTON LAWRENCE, Helena, O. T, No Social Standing. "What do you think, Maria?" ex- claimed the steel magnate. "Our son Reginald writes that he is on.his wed- ding trip and his wife is a paragon." "A Paragon?" echoed his wife. "Dear me! I can't recall the name of Paragon in fhe social register. You must look her up at once, John, and see if Reginald has disgraced himself by marrying into an inferior family." Chiggers and Mosquitoes Are now in their glory—their busi- ness is good and they are happy. There Is no earthly use' of your let- ting them chew on you, however, if you don't like their ways. A little Hunt's Lightning Oil applied to ex- p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 15 September 1908

CASS COUNTY SEW A Ja|e gf p|UC|( Our school opened under very flattering prospects yesterday morning. Let eyeryone inter- ested in the education of our young people put forth their best efforts and make this one of the best schools we ha\9 had in many years. ,4: Jo ha Ba&get, Editor Proprietor TlllCCASS COUNTY SUN pnbllBllca every I'tuwlay, 1 witi'Yod *t the Linden pos tolling an Seo<itnt*dH8 matter. kates or suusckiption: le copy per year 1 $1.00 six months ' 50 cents No papers sent out without, the cash In advance; pa]>cr st idii. or we 1 Obituary notices and carcls«of thanks will be inserted at two-ajid-a-half cents ine. wilS' i .. *^fWr rr ■ • V -r ' < I mmmm and Effort. fd w) \ whl > Thf, ' aget ■ oni 1 betta will ;or h. 'cipai Entertainment By the Ladies of Lindert# Under the auspices of the Ladies' Aid Society the ladies of Linden served ice cream and cake the first day of the District Court also on the second Mon- day, the net proceeds of which were donated t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 15 September 1908

mmsmm ■t - v 3^WBT?Sw worth coflee ' I ;. 2? ■ -"t:' • ••• ; I MrJNOUNCBIVIEHTS. Terms- Candidates Irtr District tttfiees . '. $lt).W) '* " County " " • " ftcaV '' ; I 2.50 Always CtUwl in Advance. Subject to the action of the Democratic party on Nov. 3. A * indicates that the crihdi- ttate is subject ttt re-election; FOR DISTRUST JUDGE— P. A Turner.* ... I < )R CONGRESS 1st DISTRICT - Morr s Shi?ppard.* l?OR REPRESENTATIVE— 0:w. '!ant, s. FOR COUNTY SUPERINTEltDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION— I .Jji M. (>• Hates. i^OR COUNTY JUDGE— j) Glass ^ j OR county Attorney— E. E. Brouoher. i?OR TAX ASSESSOR— K: (Dooi>h)Wynn. FOR TAX COLLECTOR-^- L. C. Weaver. * FOR COUNTY CLERK— I. E. Lanier. FOR DISTRICT CLEfcfc— Eumer Brown. * <• FOR TREASURER— G. \V- #ct&8ncb. * FOR SHERIE^— « W. C. Blauock. * {?OR JUSTICE OF THE Pttrtttf. PCT. 1- Eb FrazioH: - FOR CONSTABLE, PRECINCT 1-* Frank Mitchell.* FOR COMMISSIONER BEATS 1 and 8 John P. Fant.* The following caiillicfttes are Subject to t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 15 September 1908

. . / ON THE MOVE. MAKES CHEAP ICE CHEST Soap Box, Tin Cans, Sawdust and News papers Form Cool Recopt'.cle. s 1 Tlio fnct that hundreds, of babies ®ud children In the tenement districts are made seriously 111 each summer l>y drinking milk which has stood for houra In a warm pi^cc and is iteming with bacteria has caused the milk committee of the Association for Im- proving the Condition of the Poor to introduce a cheap, yet practical, ice- bc/x into the districts where the asso- ciation has established milk depots. The box is a homemade affair, says • lie Now York Times, which can be built for loss than 20 cents and will keep a flve-ceut piece of ice for 24 'lours. Dr. Alfrod P. Hess of the department of health is the inventor of this cheap icebox, which is as practical as it is novel. It is made of an ordinary soap box, two tin pails which fit one inside the other, and a bucket of sawdust or a package of newspapers. The larger pail is put inside the box and the in- tervening spac...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 15 September 1908

BUYING jjp.V'; iVf; A SIMPLE SAFEGUARD IN PAINT. NEWS FROM OYER TEXAS ■ r § EH Bob Harper of San Angelo has sold to a party in Mineral Wells a large black bear for the sum of $150.00. Out of San Antonio sixteen Ijgiub between the time they at.v.ted and their nrrlvci in Dallas two big tour- ing cars arrived there Monlay. Capt. William Lucas, a contractor, who had lived in Galveston over fifty years, was killed Tuesday by falling from the top of a high chimney. Wendell and .Terrell Mahan, aged 10 and 8 years, sons of Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Mahan, were drowned In the Colorado river at Smithvlile while bathing. Mrs. Laura P. Spivey died Thursday night, about 9 o'clock in Dallas. The deceased was a native of Kentucky but lived in Dallas 35 years, prior to her death. A fire which originated in the Oaks Hotel at Mineral Wells last Friday did damage to the extent of $30,000 aud a much heavier loss was threat- * ened for a time. It was decided by the Commercial Club and men identified with the t...

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