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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 6 October 1908

\ ^ 'I OA8S COUNTY SUN Jokn Banger, Editor Proprietor THKCAS8 COUNTY SUN pnlilUIled I'V^^y Tuooilay, Is enteietl fct tlio I.iiuloii poBtoltlos nn Second Clttw matte*. R.VFltSOl' subscription: Single copy per year ' $1.00 " six months ' 50 cents No papers sent out without, the eash in adv.yncK; paper stopped when time L out, or we lose it. Obituary notices and cards of thanks will he inserted at two-and-a-half cents per line. narv, lie must first build tip and protect himself and his home. "Lord help us to become more I intelligent," and get out of that I old way of trying to farm and I can't because of ignorance. With an • inspiring will, I am yours for success, Wier E. Morgan. Would Mortgage lite Farm A farmer on Rural Route 2, Empire, Ga., \V. A. Floyd by name, says: "Buck- k-n's Arnica Salve cured the two worst sores I ever saw: one on my hand and one on my leg. It is worth more than its weight in gold. I would not be with- out it if I had to mortgage the farm to get it." Only Uo...

Publication Title: Cass County Sun, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 6 October 1908

u ir- *©- 'y My Hi- de iir A N N 0 U He Efvl Ei f*TS. Terms- Candidates for District Ofticcs . . $10.00 " County •• . . 5.00 " Seat " . . 2.00 Always Cash in Advance. Subject to the action of ,tho Democratic party on Nov. 3. A * indicates that the candi- date is subject to re-election* FOR DISTRICT JUDGE— P. A Turner.* FOR CONGRESS 1st DISTRICT— Morris Siirppard.* FOR REPRESENTATIVE— G. W. pant, FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION— M. G. Batks. FOR COUNTY JUDGE— V. D. Glass. * POR COUNTY ATTORNEY - E. E. Droughkr. POR TAX ASSESSOR— K. (Doodb) WYnn. FOR TAX COLLECTOR— L. C. Wbaver. * POR COUNTY CLERK-*- i. e- lanibr. * POR DISTRICT CLERK—i Elmer Brown. * POR TREASURER— G. W. Florencb. * FOR SHERIFF— W. C. BlAlocK. * FOR JUSTICE ov the PEACE, Per. 1— Eb Frazior. for constable, precinct 1- Fkank Mitchell.* POR COMMISSIONER BEATS 1 and 3- john p. fant.* The following candicates ai'e subject) to the action of the Re- publican paTty: Por RepresenUHfc— . G. T. BARTLIvTT. LOCAL ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 6 October 1908

■ 4' ■tT&v • m'' ^ 'f-u p i I 'i . l. - M-V"! a] Q/ i If i r i-Tr IN A YOKOHAMA THEATER. REASON FOR EXERCISING. The Play# Last All Day, and Some- times Two. He fore leaving Yokohama, I wont to the theater, which certainly was unlike anything T had ever Been be- fore, writes Lady Randolph Churchill, in the Century. We sat on the floor of our so-called box, and had tea like the crowd. And such a crowd! It was and endless source of interest and | amusement to watch them, whole fam- : illea—mother iu-law and daughters-in-! law. children of all ages, and parents of different •generations, fathers, sons and grandsons. Alt had their dinners with them. Little trays were pro- duced—tiny boxes full of rice, bowls containing weird foodstuffs, pink, white and green; seaweed on rice cakes; raw fish and nameless yellow condiments; tea in miscroscopic cups, of course, with no milk or sugar. The Japanese cannot understand Euro- peans putting milk in their tea, as, ac- cording to them, it has a ...

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

. • .a; / • -k /■; 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. Leslie Carter, ut one time capitalist and president of the South 81de No- vated Railroad Company of Chicago, died in that City Friday. President Roosevelt'H final vacation during hW term of office, came to a close Tuesday when he, with his fam- ily, left Oyster Bay for Washington. P. D. Robinson of Cleveland, own- er of the St. Louis National baseball team, street car promoter and capi- talist, died suddenly at his home Fri- day. Fire early Monday morning destroy- ed tho American Rice Milling Com- panys' plant at Crowley, La., one of (he largest mills in the city, entailing a loss of 580,000. The cholera statistics made public Thursday show an encouraging de- crease in new case in St. Petersburg The deaths, however, were more nu- merous than Wednesday. John Murray Dowie, father of Joh...

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

' / • • - [i V,! ■mb y"A w p« ffikamiSHK JRp£j.< ', :M® i .«M* JLett,Jc5%%-eter, Ar^VTCHKBv CLOCKS rrrrd ~.J vV 1-JjJVCT EErjLin wore ii srsc':AL.n. Also a Nice L.toe of Fancy Groceries, Fruits, Tobacco and Cigars. — *NCHEsrm Cartridges and Shotgun Shells are easily distinguished from other makes, which equal them neither in quality nor reputation, by the big TRADE MARK REO. IN U. 8. PAT. OFF. I I • ./• which appears on every package of Winchester floods. The big red W is to guns and ammunition what the word "Sterling*' is to silverware the world over. Therefore, for your own protection alv/ays "Look for the Big Red W*' CASS COUNTY STATE BANK CAPITAL STOCK $15,000.00 + * • • • Wo solicit f he patron ago of the people of this Section find promise Fair Dealings. We especially desire the business of the Farmers, knowing that it is to THEIR INTEREST to borrow money rather than to go to the merchant and pay CREDIT prices. When you come to- Linden call on ns. RespeotftVriy,' , ; ' c. I...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 13 October 1908

MM (HPffllMH - c cr ;g '• $ *■?<&? . n4< ■ ■>■ V'-: m ,. !•:. A. f vvfi. Publisher. ,p<v Devoted to tlie beet Interests of the .People. VOL KMW OTMMli>XK Q Q o.o, LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 13. 1908. WANTED 11)00 Orgnnizeys, to organize otvd people of tin;.' into The Negro Farmer i borers' Educational, Oc tive-Uniotv of America < ed by the State *of To.n Oopy-Righted by the States, and Indorsed by cutive Committee of I''aruier> Union of 14- j-Upern- Charter :as, and United the Exe- the Whfte exas;' for tWCfV.fWPfJWi <B1W vTWIfv•Btggywwswa Somq Hog Kotcs, ■The hpg is the product of na- ture's most economical thought; there is no part of him that can , • J-"*{.' I -TV x ■ J • r-VKi >.• • •• LABOR'S UIIB AND FLOW. (iivm put'pos round not be and fee edly pa. ter, suit of our utilized. The breeding ing of swine most assur s the general fanner feet r and lomestu Rank-en figures for th <y comparison, I j|j<; .'54:0,000 people wjei]t back to! Europe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 13 October 1908

If CASft C#I)NIY SUN JOHN BANGER, Publisher. LINDEN, - TEXAS The Betterment of Farm Life. President Roosevelt has appointed i commission of Ave men to report on methods of improving uhe social con- ditions of farm life. Next to the con- servation of national resources, he re- gards the well-being of the farmer as the chief problem before the iation. On the man who gives us the materi- als for clothes and food the entire na- tion depends. Through him society is riotfcd in the land. Many of the great economic improvements in late years have been directed to the betterment of farming. The department of agri- culture has been working to Increase the productivity of the land, to in- struct farmers In the best methods of cultivation. All the development or irrigation, the establishment of rural postal delivery, the Improvement ot waterways and railroads over which the product of the land is sent to the cifles, the good roads movement, the* creation of state agricultural colleges, the rege...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 13 October 1908

./,■ ;■' I t'$,"<l -''MI xK WtmBm-:'! '■>■'■ ■:■ >>>-"• a,*'. :«■;'. " " "' M' . .;"". '}■'' *% .*v i 01 11 CHotto, dipping hit pencil in rod pulnt and using his elbow as a pi rot, had Just drawn a perfect circle. "See his fine Italian hand!" ex- claimed the enthusiastic bystanders. Thereafter, as we learn from the cyclopedias, Giotto moved in the inoat exclusive art circles. A Great Educational Work Is now being done by tho manufactur- ers of K. C. Baking Powder. They are giving away a beautiful cook book to •■very one of our lady readers. Write for it to-day. It is worth 95 to any housekeeper. See ad. in another part of this paper. Perils. "Isn't there danger," said the timid man, "of dropping things from an air- ship on the people below?" "That Isn't the worst," answered the candid Inventor. "You're lucky if the whole airship doesn't fall on you." Happy. Mrs, Newly wed—My husband ad- mires everything about me; my voice, my eyes, my form, my hands! Friend—And what d...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 13 October 1908

•• . : / v! ' - . CASS COU SUNT Free J oIml j3d itor opr-iet;or THE 0\99 COUNTY *UN puW.^iP-1 ,1'uosOi/, is oiiliTCd vp&toi&ce tig Seiscm'cfJCiosA mutter. Scholarship The School Of Your Choice lege < v.,. Single K ATO8 0 -.i.'Py per bobbckution: SI .00 " six mouths ' 60 cents No papers sent out without, the casb in advance; paper stopped when time is out, or we lose-it Obituary notices and cards of thanks will be inserted at two-and-a-ball cents per line. The Tyler Commercial Co of Tyler, Texas, is positively only business college in the state which teaches a thorough course of practical bookkeeping and business training1 Other schools teach theoretical bookkeeping1; some of them call it actual busi- ness, but it is not. The commer- cial room of the Tyler Commer- I cial College is a community' of Hens T\ mm MSM (Mm S§§ 010 SAtAN FIMQS MtSGHIEF STILL, i Tho Devil was idle. He sat on the hillside meditatively chewing the end qi hi^wl^The Angel ivas reading to him from Recor...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 13 October 1908

,rVi r- i) ee E8 |0 r in I <o iiI'- ll i) |>iv to lor.; r pa- End •fnl Kiry Iron fo.f>s to Hon rted |t, in iu | |caco lime duct our liavo our and - if- and I for t £ t ^Cotrns- ■ i ^arjclu-lfetet (m District, OflUcv.. $10.0!) ] " " Coufity " . . 6.001 Beat ' . . 2.60 Alwayw Cash in Advance." Subject to .thV'aetion of the Domocratlc'pfti'ty on Nov. 8. A ' indicates thai the candi- date in subject to re-election. FOR DISTRICT JUDGE: P. A Turner.* TOR CONGRESS 1ST DISTRICT— Morris Shbpvard.* FOR REPRESENTATIVE— G. W. Fant, FOR COUNTV SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION— M. G. Batus. FOR COUNTY JUDGE- - V.'D. Glass. * FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY - - E. E. Brougher. FOR TAX ASSESSOR— K. (Doodi:) WYNMB FOR TAX'COLLECTOR L.'C- i^KAVKR. * FOR COUNTY CLERK- I. E. Lanier. * FOR DISTRICT CI,ERK- Elmer Brown, * :*-: FOR TREASURER - (j. Florence/* FOR SHERIFF - .■ .■ V/, C. Blalock.* FOR JUSTICE of the peace, pct. 1—1 Eb Frazior- FOR CONSTABLE, precinct 1— Frank Mitchrll.* bor commissioner be ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 13 October 1908

•I ■>' 1 S$fc m n PREPARED IN GERMANY. HE REMEMBERED. mmi . i; tf;-. v. / 'I ' Dumplings Declared to Be Per. f«ction of Cookery. To one pound sifted flour add th slightly beaten yolks of two eggs, a half level teaspoonful salt, and enough water to mix into a batter. Take cave not (o use more water than is neces- sary. as the dough must be Arm enough Jo hold its form when dropped into cold water. Stir the batter well, until smooth, then adu tour small ap- ples out into small cubes and mix thoroughly. Have ready a pot of rap- idly boiiing salted water.* Drop the batter in by the spoonful and boil without stopping, from 20 to 30 min- utes, according to size. Stir around once or twice so that none will adhere to the bottom of the pot. Then cover ui) again. Take ofit one by one, and cut in even slices. Have ready a pan of hot butter, drop in each slice and brown slightly on both sides. Serve immediately with butter and cinnamon or frnit sauce. This rcclpe from an old German cvook book...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 13 October 1908

*i- ' 1 ! « . HIS BRILUANT IDEA 6CHEMIE THAT BROUGHT NEG- LECTFUL GIRL TO TIME. By Working on Her Curiosity Swain Fanned the Cooling Embers of a Love That Was Never to Fade Away. They had made their vows of a su- perlatively transcendental affection and love which they were cocksure had existed from the beginning of things, and which, according to their charts, would endure long after moun- tains had been crumbled by the ruth- less hand of time. Then, when her visit In his town was over, she returned to her distant home. Ah, yes, she had a home to Teturn to. He slaved away at the office for her Bake. The months went by, aa months will. Then her letters stopped. In fact, they didn't start. For she had ceased to write any more. Or if-she had, she sent them somewhere else. He did not get them. For three weeks he yearned for the daily billy duxes which came not. He felt that if he could get Just one more word from her he would have the courage to Journey to her and win back the eternal ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 13 October 1908

. / '> . . i , OI.OCKB bml >T pAWffi 1ST0&JC & srSOIAW: ft-iNiee jup'0 of Fancy Groceri arid QiMars. x •-'• I MWMWi Matter With the! As a Jmnsr Horn, Public Schools? A farmer •! Hi, Charles e<a.Ui~ What is tin? matter with the) t-y;''Virginia |wns u mule which public |1,0 ' -;t,s ! I'1"0'5 ' Dorr, jh the October Delineattmj horn and firo b-li n dinner '1 l>o mule llt'CHC' BAPTIST r, 1. WajwgMfes, Pastor. S'uidav at 10 o'clock a. m. each FiPUi'VB, The h ad of the preparatory ] hit's been on t lie phi •«: Ft" "< tt j ^ ,n<l.i.y, i c. wC\|-r, Superintendent. i . , r i 1. 1. i . . . . .i.l pi 11 r111 (r iI i;i i i > 1.. i i . , . 1',.r 1 i • 111 .1 > \i *■'.,r-11■ J M •Guns, Cartridges and Shotgun ^.ueus JM >ther make -, cquii" - i.* fjre cattily distinguished from laj tlic n neither in quality nor reputation,by the tag (lepartune^t of uvMKOf I he largest j t.\Vl-.nt,y year-. and during thi ^ I .secondary school's in l he count ry tjin0 has become thor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 20 October 1908

,Wt ■rSp'-': ' •wises i'fr? ' v : s,,3 ■ •• • 'v , ft'" , m ! F7; *:i,- :v;"; ' jyrr+fr ,' ' < I J. li. A. B4NCiKR, B'libBiiKhcr. > A. Paper "Devoted to the best Interests of he People. Subscription, f 11 OO 1'er A« «m VOL 33. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1908. NO. 42. iwwwj-r^'-wniawfgH.'W.tB s WANTED 1,000 • I Organizers, to organize the col- ored people of the United States iVito the NegTb Farmer and La-. borers' Educational, Co-Opera- tive Union of America. Charter- ed by the State of Texas, and Copy-High ted by the Uni ted j States, ilild Indorsed by the Exe- cutive Committee of tlie White EarmefJ tlnioft of Texas; for further particulars address, J. E. A. Banger, Linden Texas. 7E XjiGoisr, M. U. 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. Call at J. 0. Goodman's Bar- ber Shop for first class work Everything clean and nice, up- to-date hair c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 20 October 1908

mm jhshM I • IpllS pT^SSS —■■■ • . fltt&M wW? • 7" <5,,; -Sj',' • 11 " * Sft r-{ .'■ "..'> P I . r m PETER CAUTIOUS JOHN BANGER, Publisher. LINDEN", ..... TEXAS Chicago Record-Herald: Ambassa- dor liill will continue to ambass. The crar iu said to have a dozen crowns. His head lies uneasy enough with one. "AJi In favor of apple dumplings please rise," says the Baltimore Sun. Tho ajes have it. Men will have to buy the dominion of the air with blood. That was how the land was won and the sea.H And now conies the pigskin further to dlveit attention from the game ol saving the country.—Boston Herald. No one objects to the directoire towa provided it does not look as if the lower part of it had caught on a nail. "No woman who wears a 'rat' shall become my wife." says an Ohio col- late professor. Rough on rats, for •jure.. Esperanto, of course, is not a dead or even ft dying language. Its "rat- iling iu the throat" is au auricular il- lusion. A CJiicaRO princess who is stranded ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 20 October 1908

!i ■ ) it. i ll- is ul Ult ill 111- aa ,n- <>11. inci .u • toll Us curs busiest nil MULTIFARIOUS ACTIVITIES OF CAPITOL SUPERINTENDENT. At Least Fifteen Places of Responsi- bility Filled by Elliott Woods—Mu- sis His Chief Recreation—How He Spends His Days. Washington.—"I do not know how Jdlllott Woodii could be overworked unless he was hitched double with a innle," "Undo .Toe" Cannon recently remarked to the superintendent of th® capitol, recognized as the busiest man in Washington. Woods is heels over head in work every winter, but it is in the hottest part of the summer that his energy has the most strenu- ous calls mado upon it, so that every- thing may he In shape for the recon- vening of congress and that all the plans made by the national legislators may be faithfully carried out. Woods has four separate offices and lills at least 15 places, all of which have responsibilities and require his odlcial nt.tent.lou. His engagement book is more voluminous and comprehen- sive t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 20 October 1908

■ - m mm1 mm- > 4 s- mm Pi HH' ■ ■ 0A83 COUNTY BUN John, Ea&get, Editor «fe "Proprietor T1IKCAHS COUNTY StTN published every Tuesday, Is entered M the Unden i'<iBtottl^e as Second.Clnos matter. A Rapid Rise From The Cotton Patch. The following statement should lie road by every young person who reads this paper. They are inspiring and show what can be done by those who try. Richland Springs, Texas, KATKS Ol' SUBSCRIPTION* ,Single copy per year ' $1.00 six months ' 50 cents 3 4:, 1.90 4. No papers sent ont without the cnsh j Becoming tired of chopping in AnvANctt; paper stopped when time is cott(m at 7~)C per (jay, 1 enrolled but. or we lose it. Ohitu.-'fy notices and cards of thanks wiil be thserted at two-and-a-half cents j>er line. HUNTERS ARE PUT BUSY. Last Wednesday morning a gentleman came in and reported having seen a wild cat about two miles out on the Atlanta and Linden road. Frank Mitchell and P. M. Story took their dogs out to where it crossed the road and sta...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 20 October 1908

tu .■l-MlUi. , M fiju I <• ■ iiiiL 7*2 Jad " y C MWOUflCEJWEflfS. W. S. L uhanj wag on our streets tturd; LaiiQtc ■fcdMnty Beat 5.00 2.50 Our line oi Dross Goods is the most complete ever shown Caii For Always Cash in Advance. in Linden. C. H. Nelson. Subject to the action of the § or 6 doses of"666" will Democratic patty bh Nov. 3. | cure any case of Chills and Fevw A * ifrdica'teS that the candi- date is subject to re-election. FOR DISTRICT JUDGE' - p. A Tuknuk.* l?OR CONGRESS 1ST DISTRICT— MORKIS Sj'Ki'i'AkD.* FOR REPRESENTATIVE— G.W. Fant, i?OR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBI.IC INSTRUCTION— !: M. G. Bates. FOR COUNTY JUUC.E— V. D. Glass. * FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY— E. E. J]rouc,her. FOR TAX ASSESSOR— K. (DoodE) Wynn. FOR TAX COLLECTOR— I,. C. Weaver. * •;*? ifOR COUNTY CLERK— I. E. Lanier. * fcOR DISTRICT CLERK— Ei.mkr Brown. * FOR TREASURER— 6: W: PudHttwcE. * FORSHERI#— \v. c. blalocr.* i?OR JUSTICE oi' the PEACE, Per. 1— Eb Frazioh: FOR CONSTABLE, PRECINCT 1- Frank Mitchell.* i?...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 20 October 1908

i 1 HBK M&t I | B I < i SP^ral :5M ii I I i I S EPITOME ft RESUME OF THE MOST IMPOR- TANT NEWS AT HOME AND I ABROAD. I FROM EVERYWHERE I A Carefully Digested and Condensed Compilation of Current News Domestic and Foreign. In it fire which occurred Monday I in New York noveu persons lost their ) lives. A $.10,000 block of Dcnlsou water ex- tens ion bonds offered on the Boston market for sale-is. meeting with good demand from Investors. Benjamin H. Ridgoley, United Slates Consul General lo the City of Mexico, died suddenly about midnight Saturday night in the City of Mexico. T. J. McElhenny, special detective for the Nashville, Chattanooga and St. ].ouia Railroad, was shot and killed Sunday morning while on duty in tho yards of the company at Cravens, Tenn. At Tanaha, Okla., sou teas t of Tulsa about ten miles, the lleCia Oil Com- pany and others drilled In a great oil well Saturday , which opens up a new field. The strike has created excite- ment in oil circles. Fire caused by...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 20 October 1908

/ / « . fwe* ',,:*W^wf:^'fe:''^^; ' "IS COUNTRY 13 REAL AMERICA. m Great Cities Do Not Worthily Repre- sent the Nation. One of those sent to the couttry this eutainor by u New York fresh-air mis- is I on was a 14-year-old Hungarian boy. Ilia parents, when they canio to America, had remained in the city where they landed. They lived in pqOalld poverty. The father, mothe:' and four children all slept in a small room lighted by a single window open- ing on a foul-smelling alley. The boy played In the streets, and had to dodge the club of tho policeman who strove to keep order in the over- crowded district. In the country he found the open fields to play in, with no policeman to interfere. He saw the people friendly, helpful and sympathetic, living their lives In comfort and independence. "When I get home I'll tell them I've found the real America," he remarked one day. He was not far from the truth. The America which has drawn hundreds of lUowsands from the countries of Eu- rope Is not...

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