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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 10 November 1908

0f { R | W ■■■ i II ft i.v • f. .../Mi - . !> ■ \ a 2y 11 -'!■. IHli ■ Hi Mjj | v*)' \y'! -y ■ if/' —i ■.in. ' T>"i il tn ' 'Tiil ~'i ASS COUNTY SUN John Banger, Editor & Proprietor THBCASS COUHTY StJN imbligtort every 'lMoedny, i« outtrml nt llie l.ltuieii {lostolUoe Socorul;Clana mutter. Rates ok subscription: Single copy per year ' $1.(10 " six months ' 60 cents No papers sect out without the cash in auvancH; paper stopped when time is out, or we lose it. ■ ■■■-■- ■ ■ ■■ Obituary notices and cards of thanks will be inserted at two-and-a-half cents per line. *• The shaft to the Confederate monument which was displaced hy the cyclone, May loth last, was leplaced last Friday hy Nelson & Sheffield. Some thought the people of Linden did not rightly appreciate the placing of the monument here, for allowing it to remain so- long in its storm wrecked condition. Such people can fully appreciate Linden's condition after (hey ftave heen visited hy such a ter- rific cyclone. We...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 10 November 1908

Hni ■ . I * !•? Uw*iP .• ■ '•- 3B ^ : wttiM* 1 . « ► • • LOCAL INTELZTGENCE Buy your fhoen from ,/bhn -S. Morris and gdt the best. Mr. Ben Collier of Gornett was in the luib yesterday. Go to /. T. Sheffield' & Co. for nieo dfbss goods of all kinds. Commissioners court is in session this Week. Mrs. /ennifl Logwood was visiting in town last Friday. Lather goods cheap at E. H. Shtdlield's. SBHnS G. W. Flint of .L-anier, was on bur streets yesterday. Mr. Wflie Simmons, of'O'Far rell was on our streets yesteivlay. Lamps and Clocks at E. II. Bheflield's. I : .' * ■ * ' II. fe. Lanier and ft ited rfelati-veB at Douglassville Call Saturday and Sunday. 5 or 6 dosbs of "660" will F01* cure any curie of Chills and Fever Price 25 cents. Miss Delia Skelton and brotli- er Frank were trading in towii last Saturday. „ V- ' Ill H fUiisA^Ti:i;D CHILL TONIC C. C. Hihes attended the Fair ixt Shrevcport the past week. ^ Enterprise Sausage Milb at k. H. Sheffield's. J. I. Cobb paid his rejects to the...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 10 November 1908

1$ i ^ mw H* — t te". — t+ * ' ;\\ ; *" THE CA S COUNTY SUN JOHN BANGER, Publisher. LINDEN", - TEXAS Funny, Isn't It, that what turns tbi leaves red leaves us blue? He Is a wise letter knows what not to say. writer who Something ouglii to be done to en- courage the languishing umbrella In- dustry, too. — —■ "It- -JLL-J- If Alfred Austin possessed a sense of humor he might have a great deal of fun reading his own works. The Vienna Academy of Sciences has spent nearly $9,000 In working ten tons of uranium ore for radium. Now It Is announced that locomotor ataxia is curable. The science of the twentieth century is evidently going to be epoch-making. Some correspondence school could make a hit by instituting a course in what letters to burn and what not to write. Count Zeppelin now has half a mil- lion dollars at his disposal for airship experiments. The recent destruction of his apparatus proved a good adver- tisement after all. By performing a few more deeds of heroism during the nex£...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 10 November 1908

: ■ ' ? • . 1 If3 / m r M "''" ■■•" ; i JAFT ELECTED PRESIDENT Bfji Probably Surpasses Roosevelt's Vote Four Years Ago.—Elec- toral Vote of 298. wmml, *■--'rWi,:^_ r- fe/wjWIS SCHOOL AMENDMENT PROBABLY WINS :'S~; Other Two Have Been Rejected, That to Increase Pay Being Snowed Under-Cam pbell and Bryan Run Close In Texas. General Summary. General election returns throughout the United States, received up to an ■early hour this morning, show the fol- lowing results: William H. Taft of Ohio has been elected President, with 298 electorlal votes secure and thirteen doubtful. Practically no change is indicated in the complexion of the National House of Representatives. Indiana has gone for Taft by about 15,000 to 18,000 plurality. Bryan apparently has carried Ne- braska, although the Republicans claim the State. Ohio returns have been seriously de- layed, owing to the Immense size of the ballot, but Taft has carried the State by a majority ranging from 50,000 to 75,000. Taft carried New Y...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 10 November 1908

. >",v r mm wm ■ H ■ i 1 if ' [ 1'Y V A _jsC W^1' If-'"' ■ —- ■ -i' i-i. 1 1 jd),_'jj 1' ■ COUNTY CAPITAL STATE BANK 115,000.00 We solicit t l\e patronage c it* Section and promise Fair Dealings, We especially desire the business o! the Farmers, knowing that it is to TI1E1R INTEREST to borrow money rather than to go to the merchant and pay CREDIT prices. •-jWhen you come to Linden call on us. Respectfully, C EL ISTELSOlSr, I 3ST- MARETT, ."President Cashier- 3BMEE32S35S OR. BROILES the old reliable doctors. oldest in abe and lonqest located. refiular graduates iii medicike. WE OFFER YOU THE LARSE AND VALUABLE EXPERIENCE OF THE LONGEST ESTABLISHED AND MOST RELIABLE SPECIALISTS IN THE SOUTHWEST Authorized by the state to treat CKitOHIC, NERVOUS AND SPECIAL[ DISEASES. W guarantee to refund money If not cured. All modi-1 cines furnlghed ready for use—no mercury or Injurious meulciurn I used. Mo detention from business. Patients at a distance I treated by mail and express. Medicines s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 17 November 1908

'* '.' '.jt \ S I | i , V . • ' • ! 5* Si mh' ri. sv^jyjpjij * '* tii^wKwrf S- E. A. B4NGER, Publisher. } A. Paper Devoted to the best Interests of the T'eople. '> Subscription, #100 Per Amiiint m VOL 33. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1908. NO 46. 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 Farmers Union of Texas; for further particulars address, J. E. A. Banger, Linden Texas. R. K LIGON, M D. Offers his services to the people of Linden and surrounding country. Prompt atten- r tion given to all calls day or night, your practice solicited. Office with Dt\ Davis. Call at J. 0. Goodman's Bar- 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 DAV...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 17 November 1908

. tffilS r i WM l'i a W •&< I flic CA S COUNTY SUN JOHN BANGER, Publisher. LINDEN, - - TKXAS Pennsylvania boy 19 years old haa never heard of heaven. That's a devil of a note! It Is now reported that the lama of Tibet is an idiot. Bats in the belfry of the roof of the world! A scientist tells us that "metals get tired." Now you know why the gold gave out before it got to you. Women are taking aeroplane trips in Prance. But women have for some time been driving cabs in Paris, which is much more dangerous. If Bibles were actually made a part of the furnishing of hotel rooms a good many individuals would be sur- prised to find what interesting reading the book really is. Prom the year 1880 to the close of 1906 22,840 men met death in the coal mines of the United States. Not since 1897 has the annual list numbered less than 1,000, and each year the number has grown larger. That Evanston man who haB found a way to neutralize the force of grav- ity does not seem to have arrived at ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 17 November 1908

>•*? — ——— —- ^Iight^ Freights By W. W. JACOBS RESURRECTION OF WIGGETT MB (Copyright, Dotfd, Mead Company.) Mr. Sol Ketchmald, landlord of the Ship, sat In his snug bar, rising oc- casionally from his seat by the taps to minister to the wants of the cus- tomers who shared this pleasant re- treat with him. Forty years at sea before the mast had made Mr. Ketchmald an authority on affairs maritime; five years in command of the Ship inn, with the nearest other licensed house five miles off, had made him an autocrat. Twice recently -had he found oc- casion to warn Mr. Ned Clark, the vil- lage shoemaker, the strength of whose head had been a boast in the village for many years. On the third occasion the Indignant shoemaker was inter- rupted in the middle of an impas- sioned harangue on free speech and bundled into the road by the ostler. After this nobody was safe. To-night Mr. Ketchmald, meeting bis eye as he entered the bar, nodded curtly. The shoemaker had stayed away three days as ...

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

II ^"aI S'<>. ..MS- Ssgfe-l- jpijl -tei ' i Wi mi 'Mfm ' 4 mmm. ®f| '■' IK© '?v ■ ~ r **•«-• \ V J 1 OA88 COUNTY SUN Jo&a Banger, Editor <fc Proprietor TUB CASH COUNTY HUN published ovc-vy Tuoaitay, Is entered at tlu: Limluu jioBtoflloo as Second.(.'Ims matter. ratrs ok subscription: Single copy jwr year ' $1.00 " six months ' 50 cents No papers sent put without the cash in advance; paper stopped when time is out, or we lose ii ■ Obituary notices and cards of thanks wi'l lie inserted at two-and-a-half cents per line Solution to Servant Question S. A. Fishburn Suggests That Every Household Do Its Own Work. fttOM THE DALLAS NEWS. S. A. Fishburn of Grand Prai- rie said yesterday: "Seeing from your editorials and from the press generally that the servant question is becoming a burning one, I want to suggest a partial solution at once, the simplest, cheapest and most effective of all, viz.; Let every family, so far as possible, be its own servant. The raising of children eit...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 17 November 1908

P5fe I) [)0 )f po lie ll ll- IrwV |«o 1.00 .(H) 1.00 [I. me ' est* Ion.- lis- is> sdy kins' h).- 'w:'m B9 ■ 1 ,. £0M%JJftELLlGEJi'CE (lo to'J. T. Sheffield & Co. for nice dross goods of all kinds. Ilirum Goodman was in town Thursday. Leather goods cheap tit T). II. Sheffield's. Jessie Dood of Lanier wdft Jh town one day last week. 1 John Partain of Lanier was n pleasant caller ut the slid office last Thursday. Diamond (15) coffee ut Harris Duncan & Faut. A number of locals tknd jom- munications crowded out. W. 6. Blalock attended to business in Atlanta one day last Week. See Harris Daucan & Fant before you buy vourgroeeries. , _ i. C. Erwin, Supt. of the county farm and wife Were visting in town Saturday. Mr. aud Mrs. Funis Crow, of Ki.ib'.re, are visltidg W, H. Crow and tamily this tfc'eek. 8 lbs parched cffiVe for $1.00 at F II. Sheffield. Prof- W. S. Stanford of Bear • Creek, attended to business in the city Saturday. Enterprise Sausage Mills at F. II. Sheffield's....

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

A t V L--vV ■ lei w-w- )£*rte Zf?*}'* '-•' , 'V Don't Be Irritable. "An Irritated skin makes an lrrl- Ubte P«rson, and an irritable* person gathers much trouble unto himself or herself, as the case may be. Moral: Use Hunt's Cure, one box of which Is absolutely and unqualifiedly guaran- teed to cure any form of akin trouble Any kind of Itching known is relieved at once, and one box cures." Couldn't Disprove It by Her. "They say there's nothing new un- Her the sun," mused the poet, sadly. "Well," replied his wife in a tone equally as melancholy, "you can't dis- prove the adage by my wardrobe." Hicks' Capudlns Cures Women. Periodic pains, backache, nervousness and headache relieved immediately and asalsU nature. Prescribed by physicians with best results. Trial bottle 10c. Regular •lse 26c and Me at all druggrists. A farmer naturally wants the earth fn bis business, for without it he couldn't do a thing. THE WEEK'S EPITOME A RESUME OF THE MOST IMPOR TANT NEWS AT HOME AND ABROAD. NEWS F...

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

, ^BINET THE WEDDING CAKE. ,HB guests are Kono— tho church Ih like Some banquet hall de- serted; The rice Is thrown, the bridesmaids with The ushers duly flirted. "What did she wear? How did she look? And oh, for pity's sake, Do tell ua how her mother made That • lovely wedding cake." One cup of butter, one of flour, Cream them both to- gether. Then beat the whites of twelve fresh eggs As light as any feather. Three spoons of baking powder, With a cup of cornstarch stirred, To three cups more of flour, and Lastly, so I've heard. While with the oven moderate She slipped the bride's cake In, The bride herself was humming low The strains of Lohengrin. The Child and the Candy. Let her make her own! Place with- in her reach one-half cup each of sugar (brown or white), milk and ground chocolate or cocoa. Light the gas for her—keeping watch, of course —but letting her superintend the boil- ing and stirring. Let her, too, butter the pan and pour the mixture in. She will have a happy hour wa...

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

m*:-. ■ wj|r: m ■' - 'f-t MffiKro f' Allen (Trquliart, DRUGGIST AND PHARMACIST. complete: stock Stationery, Combs., Brushes Pocket Knives, Perfumes, Rubber Goods, Paints, Oils, Varnishes and Window Glass. Agency for Hawkes Glasses. Phone 32 New Mosely Building Lafayette St* Jefferson, - Texas* Fant & Givens Livery Stable V.x. '•* $ Carries a Full Line cf Feed Stuff. Will meet all trains at Kildare da.y and night. Hack arrive at Linden daily..,.......;...,. 11:30 a. m. Hack leave Linden daily 3:30 p. in. ildRs: CASS COUNTY STATE BANK CAPITAL STOCK $15,000.00 • • • • M|. I,.-'" • ' We solicit the patronage of the people of this Section and promise Fair Dealings. We especially desire the business of the'Farrners, knowing that it is to THEIR INTEREST to borrow money rather than to go to tbe merchant and pay CREDIT prices. When you come to Linden call on us. ; , Respectfully, c h nsrielsotsr, i isr- maeett, ^President Cashier- •a- DR. BROil.ES I THE MJ KUMLE MOTORS. 0L1EST III AGE AH...

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

iwri?' f?w*£%$ ,:■"ssaaaiffi&&«& ■*-*■■■«*>«***'<' ''P^'W'V^ K' 'v«ffiS •■••••i" ' •';& ik:. i;- .,V J. E.jAi BUNKER, Publisher. }• APaper Devoted td til© best Interests of tlie [People. Subscription, $i:«© Per Ain u«t VOL 33. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 24. i908. NO. 47. Mari Uncle? a Spyglass A man's life is full of crosses WANTED 1,000 Organizers, to organize the col- ored people of the United States j and temptations. into The Negro Farmer and La-: Ho comes into this world with borers'I Educational, Co-Opera- j out his consent., and goes out tive Union of America. Charter. J against his will, and the trip he- ed by tljie State of Texh§, and ^ t$een the ti^o is exceedingly ('opv-H ighted by the United i rocjj^^ says the Chicago Trade Journal - The rule of pontraries ■■-.mm, y h TJ Ik i t\ -.7 > HtiKtcH, fond Indorsed by the Exe- cutive Committee ot tHo White Farmers Union of Texas; for particulars address, J. E. jbr, Linden Texas. further A. Ban R. E...

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

CASS COUNTY JOHN BANGER. Publisher. i / LINDEN, - - - - - TEXAS "Women should wear what they like," says a famous sociologist. They usually do, my dear, they usually do. Germany has not said much about it, but last year she paid $30,000,000 to Invalid workmen In the way of old-age pensions. A New York athlete wants $20,000 damages from the girl who jilted him. This shows that no matter how strong a man may be, a girl can<usually throw him. A RESUME OF THE MOST IMPOR TANT NEWS AT HOME AND ABROAD. Women in New York have formed an aero club. It is useless for the men to think that the women will be satis- fled even when the men get off the surface of the earth. Mr. Edison thinks the present type of aeroplane will not bo the flying machine of the future. At the proper time Mr. Edison will drop a few guard- ed hints as to the future airship. A judge in Indiana has decided that the letters "O. K." mean "All right." But think of the darkness which must becloud the Indiana mind when such...

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

K aft", '^1® ■ i 1 JOHN ffCNDY ON THE DRUMMER BOYS BY GEO. V. HOBART, ("HUGH M'HUGH.") Dear Bun(ph: In that crowd of swift lirummer bcfys going New Yorkward In the Mr. Pullman's sleep-wagon yester- day, one of the speediest was Buck Jones. Buck's wife and a three-year-old were traveling with him, but he wasn't giving it out through a megaphone. Buck Is one of those goose-headed guys who begin to scratch gravel and start in to make a killing every time they see a pretty girl. Across the aisle seat sat two pet canaries from Plalnfleld, N. J. They were members of the Sou- brette Stinging society, and they were en route to the west to join the "Bunch of Birds Burlesque Company." Their names were Millie and Tlllie, and they wore Merry Widow hats, and did a sister act that contained more bad grammai than an East Side pin- ochle game. Millie was fully aware that she could back Duse off the map, and Tll- lie was ready to bet a week's salary that she could make Bernhardt feel like she was ou...

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

■m .CASS OOONTt SUN Hi John Banger, Editor & I3roprietor TUG CASS COUNTY SUN i>nbll«h<>d ev<-rj TitP il*y, i enttreJ t the Linden jfoslolHob as Seeoiid^CUsa mattpf. rates of subscription: Single copy per year ' $1.00 t' six months 1 50 cents No papers sent out without the cash in advance; p'aper stopped when time IS <riit, or we. lose it. Obituary notices and cards of tiianks -iVill be inserted at two-and-a-half cents per line With this issdc of the Sun we give our readers a magazine sec- tion. We are going to glte this soction to ottr subscribers free once a month for a year. We think it will be of interes to all. THANKSGIVING Next Thursday is the National flnd State Thanksgiving day, made so by cUStofri and bv proc- lamation of both the President and Govenor- 1)0. we hear any expression of thankfulness-from the people- Aye from the christian people? Are the churches all dead? Have we nothing for which We ought to be thankful*' If not whose fault is it? This is a...

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

I ;pM >• ->V• • ■ ■ " >• v < - B |MS1 r fu It*' wU. 'tSSSm umXMH Local intelligence Go to j. T. Sheffield tfe Co, jr nice dtfens gdorli of till kinds. Who knocked the iijiddler? '•Bill" Leather gt>Hda Hieap at l3. H. Sheffield's. Mr. Ab Barron Was cfri dur streets yesterday. Diamond (15) cdtiee at Harris thmcan & Fant. Mr. Ben Bftrlltfe and tfife Were fihtitlping ill iWwn last Saturday. See Harris Duncan & Fant before you,buy your groreries. Mrs. Howard MyefS ifrasSlirljj. jjing in town onft clay last week. Fresli SatifidgB packed in oil ut teas ley & Smiths. Mrs. Sarrill Gfailattl is WsUiiig frdati\ves in Atlanta this week. 8 lbs parched coffee for $1.00 fit P H. Sbellield. It. if. jfcarly was attending ttt business in the hub yesterday. Buy you a good saddle from Harris Duncan & Fant. ri\ G. Wll'Iaitis and Vife visi- ted his parental libftie fit Mt. .Zion, SatUWay and Sunday. 5 or 6 doses of "666" will .cure any case of Chills and Fever Price 25 cent...

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

>X 0 A The Vumpkin By John Gaeemlkak Wmittieu H !—on Thanksgiving Day, when from East and from West, From North and from South, come the pilgrim and guest, When the gray-haired New Euglander sec* round his board The old brok-n Units qf affection restored, When the mrc-irrarird man seeks his mother once more. And the worn matron smiles where the girl smiled Ixfore, What moistens the lip and what brightens the eye ? What calls back the past, like the rich Pumpkin pie f NOT EXACTLY. 2P I ' - ' - a [•V life1 | .■1|h| r m, * aBfe t't: Sing unto the Lord with thanksgiving.—Psalm 147:7. 1 n HANKSGIVING is one of our highest and holiest duties. There are in the Scriptures more com- mands and calls to praise than to prayer. Yet few duties are more frequent- ly neglected than this. There are many people who ase always coming * to God-With requests but who do not come to him with thanksgiving after their requests have been granted. Ten lepers once cried to Jesus for cleans- ing, as he was p...

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

A SURGICAL OPERATION The Lament of the Foolish Hen If there is any one thing that a woman dreads more than another it ia a surgical operation. We can state without fear of a contradiction that thero 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 £.PiNKHASVTS VEGETABLE COMPOUND For proof of this statement read the following letters. Mrs. Barbara Base, of Kingman, Kansas, writes to Mrs. Pinkham: " For eight ycarrf I suffered from the most severe 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 lot people know what Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege- table Compound has done for me. I suffered from female troubles, and last March my phys...

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