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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 26 January 1909

• . v ' - i' - Aa?'" —'' ' mm-i ; pp John Baages, ; Proprietor Editor i • «• TUB0A.S8 COUNTY SUN pnhliobi'd every Tuesday, In entered at IjS-ludeu postoflloe as Second*Claafi mutter. kates ok subscription: Single copy per year $1.00 " six months ' 60 cents No papers.sent out without, the cash in advance; paper stopped when tinte is out, or we lose it. We learn that there is a bill be- fore the legislature, which is be- Such sudde iug pressed by the publfc weigh* ere, the object'of which is to force the fanners to have their cotton Shiloh Dots. 'U changes in the W&lltl ter ns wo ure having 13 en hav ough ( o can se sickness, but we e not hcari any 11|v ins Iv. Hatchers Obituary not ices and cards of thanks will be inserted at twa-and-a-half cents per line To Our Subscribers. An X placed after your name on your Paper denotes that your time is out, and that you must renew at once if you want the paper continued. '^M^quodsT Who,wills to do finds the way. No one is a slave whose will...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 26 January 1909

^ ' X C-; HsK® ! Rem Agatha pictures m wmi, , f *rfdlw5' waiters #^1©^ 6 **£*" , „ VfiP tampmxi 7® azssmtm COPYR/CrtT, /S>Or BY C. MtCLOfiO &< CO. wis,son SYNOPSIS. I/ord Wilfred Vincent and Archibald Terhune are' Introduced at the opening of the story, In England, the latter relating the tale. The pair on an outing miss their train and seeking recreation meet "the Honorable Agatha Wyckhoff," whose hand Is much sought after, be- cause of her wealth. Five other Agatha Wyckhoffs are Introduced. The deceased stepfather, In an eecontric moment, made his will so that the real Agatha, heiress to his fortune and the castle at Wye, England, might wed her affinity. Thus Mrs. Armlstcail, chaperon, was In duty bound to keep the real Agatha's Identity unknown. An attempt by Terhune to gather a clow from the chaperon fails. Terhune finds old books containing pic- ture of a former Baroness Wyckhoff, which Is exactly like Agatha Sixth, whom ho is courting. Agatha Fifth confesses her love...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 26 January 1909

—li- '!WHS .vm.UGEMCB T3o to C. H. Nelson for shoes. J. It. Andurson was a business Visitor iu town yesterday. 0nt's atE. iirphiffield's. Brinsou Harroll of Douglass- Ville was here Saturday. iiest and niosi serviceable shoos at John 8. Morris. La grippe is prevailing in and aVbiind Lindeu this week. Cases too numerous to iftentlou. Gents' and boys' shoes at C. H. Nelson's. We were glad to see our friend <Gr. W. Goody able te be up and in town Saturday. Kelley Plows ond Points at k H. Sheffield's. J. R. Jolly of Lodi was in the city Thursday and paid liis res I jiects to the Sun office. Buy your Overalls "The Carhartt" at John S. Morris. J. A. Surratt of Siirt-att'^ Mill was a business visitor it town Onion Bets and Garden Seed at Harris, Duncan & Fnnt. Mrs. Frankio Wood hns been down with a!) at tact of la grippe but we are glut! to say bhe is oiiio better. J. T. Sheffield & Co. have opened up lots of new shoes of all styles. Go and inspect them. When you come to court g...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 26 January 1909

".-V * J ■«;<« SPEEDY ONE, $$£' <n A 1 NEWS FROM OYEE TEXAS Fire In the commission house of D, M. Payne & Co. at 131 Paso dam- aged the brick building and stock to the amount of $15,000 on Tuesday. The engineers of the various rail- roads that are interested in the Dallas Union Depot proposition are now working on the plans for terminals. Thieves entered the high school building and other buildings in Okla-. homa' City Tuesday night and sole fif- teen typewriters, valued at $1,600, Mid eacaoed. v The organization of another bank for Dallas with a contemplated capital of $500,000 is announced with a pur- pose to be ready for business on Feb- ruary 1. About 8 o'clock Tuesday morning Calton Falker one of the most prom- inent orchardists and horticulturists In Texas was found dead in his bed at his home in Waco. The furniture for the new court house at Big Springs has arrived and is now being installed. The contrac- tors will turn the building over to the county in a few days....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 26 January 1909

^sd^.^rr" "ijMfr m m I) i r e c T o r Y FINANCIAL PLAN FOR LOCALS, each :3 Clmrtiic* BAPTIST G. K. Wili-iams, Pastor. Sunday School at 10' o'clock A. M Sunday, L. C. Weaver, Su|K>rintcndent. Preaching every 2nd and 4th Sunday by the Pastor at 11 A. M. and at night. ^ Prayer meeting every Friday night. Ladies Aid Society meets eVer^ Satur- day evening M. E. CHURCH SOUTH C. J. Atkinson, Pastor Sunday School at 10 a. m. each Sun- day, John S. Morris, Superintendent. Preaching every First and Third Sun- day by the Pastor, at 11 A. M. ahd at /light. Methodist Home Mission Society mests First and Third Saturday at 2 p. m. Prayer Meeting each Friday, 7 p. m. Lodge* A, V. & A. M. Linden Lodge Nq. 192 meets every 1st Saturday night in each month. I. E. Lanier, \V. M. L. C. Weaver, Secretary. _ J Elberta Lodge No. 374 meets cv.>ry 2nd and 4th Tuesday night Aionth. G. W. Florence, C. C. I. B. Lahier, K. R. & S. rmm: mmmaam w. o. w. Becehwood Canip No. .407 meets every 2nd and 1th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 2 February 1909

CripHon., $1.00 Per Jliuiutii Irite J. E. A. fllNGERi Publisher. } SDAY, FEBRUARY 2, VOL 34. ■hshhhhh? \2 zji r:,r:Kssa 'rc 1 I I f 4 i HIh g^aB? i;..J $S$l* 4 i;;M *\ '• mntn • • wm UlifeSs ■■!■ umiirt^rrry; PAPER FOR NEWSPAPER. A correspondent of the New York Tribune propounds the fol- • lowing inquiry. "Why is it that, among: the ex- pedience for substituting other products than wood for making paper, the present age ignores pa- pyrus? Probably the earliest pa- per, as well as the cheapest and most'durable, was made" from pa- pyrus. Paper made from wood fiber is wasteful and perishable. Herculaneum furnishes speci- mens of writing of papyrus in perfect preservation, while it is difficult to keep a file Of modern newspapers for a deeade. But pa- per was by no means the only pro- duct of papyrus. Mats, sails, bas- kets and boats, as well afi course food were made from the Egypt- ian rushes. Considering the mat- ter of baskets alone, think of the almost incredible amount of wood con...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 2 February 1909

£fl& K ZrUMK ."•:•■ . ' ••: ■ . ■ V ' • I Mess 4 ' y>,^ -j >', „-; J. pscTums BY WEIL wAirm ©n COPYft/CHT, /SC7 BY a. c hcll/hg &< co GVNOPSIS. FM£Y CAMPBZIZ MMSmm WILSON I.ortl Wilfred Vincent anil Archibald Terhune arc Introduced at tho opening of the story, in England, tho latter relatlnR the tale. The pair on an outing miss ttiolr train and seeking rocroatlon meet "the Honorable Agatha Wyckhoff," whose hand is much sought aftSr, be- causo of her wealth. Five other Agatha Wyckhoffs are Introduced. The deceased stepfather, In an eccentric moment, made his will so that tho real Agatha, heiress to his fortune and tho castle at Wye, Kngland, might wed her affinity. Thus Mrs. Armlstead. chaperon, was In duty bound to koep the real Agatha's identity unknown. An attempt by Terhune to gather a clew from the chaperon falls. Torhune finds old books containing pic- ture of a former Baroness Wyckhoff, which 1% exactly like Agatha Sixth, whom he is courting. Agatha Fifth conf...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 2 February 1909

n HIS FATE. I want cloves, but I open the mustard, (For the right jar Is al- ways behind). If the recipe calls for the allspice, The cinnamon first I will find. "Tls so In the world—J have noticed That the things I look for pass me by, While my blessings are all unexpected; I get them—nobody knows why. "Unto him who will wait, the good cometh," And I'm willing to wait, you can bet, But I wonder why Fortune is lavish With blessings I've not tried to get? Then, since she's a queer, fickle lady Her contrariness let us respect: If we ask for the things unexpected,- P'raps she'll give us the things wo expect. ' Cooking Fish. The western housewife is proverbi- ally Ignorant about the purchase and preparation of fish. This is doubtless because flsh is cheaper and more easi- ly obtained in the eastern markets, but it is a pleasing change from meat, and more care and thought should be giv- en it. In the first place, all fish should be trimmed and dressed at bome, that the trimmings may be us...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 2 February 1909

' rf-'ilil'H I, iii'ifi *ii U*uim CASS COUNTY SUN K ■ I I 1 1HI John Baagei, Editor «fe Proprietor T MiCASS COUNTY 80N pnblibUed every I uo d v, is euterwl at tho Liuden yontoflico as 8eoon<CCl ss matter. ratks OP subscription: Single copy pei year ' $1.00 " six months ' 50 cents No papers sent out without, the cash 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-half cents per line To Our Subscribers. An X placed after your name on your Paper denotes that your time is out, and that you must renew at once if you want the paper continued. The Sun is under obligations to Hon. Morris Sheppard for the Congressional Record, with Which he never fails to favor us. His speech on the Republican tariff shows up its rottenness from start to finish. The legislature at Austin seems to be against the two cent rate. The United States has insti- tuted suit to recover Origan la feds valued at $15,000,000. It seems perfe...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 2 February 1909

a 'ti ",u> k % I 1 it 1 f 7jO(JAL intelligence (Writs at E. II. Shiffield's. II. I\ Trey lor df Marietta was ou our streets yesterday. best and ujobI serviceable shoes at John S. Morris. R. H. Early attended to busi- ness iu town last week. -• Ji Seed Irish Potatoes at E. H. Sheffield's. J. R. Skeltou paid lis a pleos- Aut visit yesterday. Picture frames at E. H. Shef- field's. Elby McMichael of New Colo- ny was iu the burg oue day last iveek. • -■ LS&tW goods at Harris, Duucan A Fant'a. J. C. Cromer of Mill Creek Attended to business here last week. . y Buy your Overalls "The darhartt" at John S. Morrid. L. E. Cromer, of Bryan's Mill attended to buSinfesfc here last Week. Kelley tflotVs. ond Poiuts at E. H. Sheffield's. Mrs. N. J. Barron of Warren Springs visited in town one day last fteek. ...> ■ GUovea at Harris, Duncan & Faut's. C. C Barnes of New Colony fteigh-borhood was on our streets hue day lait week. Plow points at Harris, Dun- 6a 11 A Fant's. J. E. Kirkland ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 2 February 1909

- ni^;, ;-;■* r^-y'-K. m. i-;"'. ':,v:',. ^ ■ :.- *'>, ; • • L as old as civilization that the la the tyrant of the household, linn must be up against it hard. "Where J our country going to?" Ihouts the Texas Star. A conspicuous part of it counts on going to Africa. Still, the scientist who discovered the new kind of flea can hardly hopa to be rewarded with the Nobel peace prize. IIP S F j A - Natives of German Southwest Africa are on the warpath again, but not be- cause of anything Emperor William has said. The founder of the first English penny newspaper is dead; but he lived to see the development of the American comic supplement. It takes the French royalists a good many years to learn that by even the most fluent conversation they cannot turn back the wheels of time. Now they want to put Castro into prison. A wave of reform is well enough, but to flood the world with it may work indiscriminate havoc. The treasury department contem- plates new designs for nickels and cents. L...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 2 February 1909

sps i r i ill iiPl naffiv ,.. , I -■' | 'f '#Ss • Vi'\ ^H9 ■t'f: P ***'tBH[ ;>■■ " r~ , 1 ■v'41? ' — THE STATE LEGISLATURE REPRE^ENIUTIVE FIT2MUH, ANTI 8UBIMISSI^PN 1ST, WILL MOVE Fq)R VOTE ON MATTER. ARGUMENTAMADE IN SENATE A Messagje fr<?m Governor Campbell W^s Rea.J Before the i Senate. \ 1 In the House. '• Austin: legislative work Monday was principally in the committee rooms, the 4°ssionfa of the two houses being largely perfunctory. Most of the Senate session; was devoted to de- bate on the submission question. That matter was; also heard from In the house, through notice given by Mr. Fitzhugh, one |of the antl-submia- slorflst leaders, tfc he would move to made by Mr. Mobi| consider the vote mission resolution means that the t upon tomorrow ike up the motion last week to re- ly which the sub- as postponed. This mti-submlssionists are trying to crowd\ the measure to a vote, and if they can do nothing more they will be able Wf a vote on Mr. Fitzhugh's motion, to show up t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 2 February 1909

kb! r V" •%5' ■'; g&Ipi ' . %m . • 1 HSpRi tt K O T O 1 • mmm■ Dish * If TiHO OKKJIN OF WOMA: J • . ■H i a *■ Bite ,®e 111 Clmwlu'i' oh BAPTIST G. K, Williams* Pastor. Sunday School at 10 o'clock a. m. ea Sim (lay, L. C. Weaver, Superintendent Preaching e very 2nd and 4lh Sunday by ths Pastor at 11 a. m. and at tiight Prayer nieetingevery I'riday night Ladies Aid Society meets every Satur- day evening M. F,. CHURCH SOUTH C. J. Atkinson, Pastor Sunday School at 10 a. m. each Sun- day, John S. Morris, Superintendent Preaching every First and Third Sun- day by the Pastor, at 11 a. m. and it night. Methodist Home Mission Society hm-' First and Third Saturday>t 2 p. m. Prayer Meeting each Friday, 7 p. ui Lodges imagination isii source an to many moil. 1 n- lik; women, they for "pivtoinlino" ulty nich rivals that of children. Not long ago, in it Chicago restaurant, as t old by The Cleveland Leader, a nave a t lungs, Mi Ac onling to Iliad'i legend, this in the proper origin pf wo- m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 9 February 1909

J. E A. DINGER, Piibli*h«'i*. )• A. ]Paper "Devoted to the best Interests of the People. *ub*crii>iibb, il.OO Per AkmuHS VOL 34. v .v, ■ LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1909. NO. & rd n i- ts 6- er i- jE etw- Tex. ex. ex." A WORb C)F WARNING From The Commoner. Senators, members of con- gress and legislators in the Vari- btis states ought to he on thier guard against an effort that is now being made by electric com- panies to secure perpetual water rights along the mountain fttrenrris of the west and south. Jefferson said that eternal vig- ilance ifa the price of liberty and liberty is not the only thing that depends upon the vigilance of the people and thier represent- atives. There is a constant ef- fort on the part of the ftf'eat cor- porations to over-reach the pub- lic and to so monopolize the natural resources of the country as to make the many the serv- ants of the fow. The improve- ments in the methods of* trans- mitting electric energy open up a Held lor a flew ut...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 9 February 1909

1 •*.. £ THB CASS COUNTY SUN i t\ J, B. A. BANGER, editor and Proprietor LINDKN, TKXA8 NEWS FROM OYER TEXAS EVENTS BOILED DOWN DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN HAP- PENINGS SERVED UP IN ATTRACTIVE STYLE. NOTHING GOOD GOT AWAY Dirt was broken Thursday grading the interurban line between Mt. Pleas- ant and Red Mineral Springs, one mile southeast of town. For the purpose of selecting a suit- able site for a three-story building to be erected by the labor unions of the city a committee was appointed at a meeting of the Trades Assembly Fri- day night, at Fort Worth. There are 14,235,451 Roman Cath- olics in the United States, according :o the advance sheets of the 1909 Wiltzius official Catholic directory, •published in Milwaukee, recently. Definite action will oe taiien during the present week, it is expected, on :wo subjects of importance in the Cali- fornia legislature—race track ganib- 'ing and the restriction of Japanese Cotton conditions in Childress coun- ty have taken a turn for the better i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 9 February 1909

wimtm'ii -m 1 BaPl I 1 j | f|.: * iM m $>itliflff PICTURES BY WEIL WAITERS FMEY UB-ipk tAf/raw AxesmttE copyr/cmt. /dor by a. c mcll/na &< Co. WILSON SYNOPSIS. I^ord Wilfred Vincent and Archibald Torhuno are Introduced at the opening of the story, In England, the latter relating the tale. The pair on an outing miss their train and seeking recreation meet "the Honorable 31 Agatha Wyckhoff," whose hand Is much sought after, be- cause of her wealth. Five other Agatha WyckhofTs are Introduced. The deceasod stepfather, in an eccentric moment, made his will so that the real Agatha, heiress to his forturm,; and the castle at Wye, Kngland, miirht wed her affinity. Thus Mrs. Armlstead, chaperon, was In duty bound to keep the real Agatha's Identity unknown. An attempt by Terhune to gather a clew from the chaperon falls. Terhune finds old books containing pic- ture of a former Baroness Wyckhoff, which Is exactly like Agatha Sixth, whom he Is courting. Agatha Fifth confesses her love ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 9 February 1909

■M 1 • n n i • i OASB OOUNTY SUN Johja Banger, i±Iditor„ & Proprietor TIIKCA88 COUNTY SUN pnttllghnJ «very TucsOitv, in ciiti-rud at tlie Liuden Ks Hoc,oriii;ClM matter. ratks op subscription: Single copy per year ' $1.00 " six months ' SO cents No papeis sent out without the cash f-n advancb; paper stopped when time is d>ut, or we lose it. Ohm " I; Q- > r Ei ?K v Obituary notices and iards of thanks will be inserted at two-and-a-half cents per line . ^6 Oun Subscribers. An X placed after your name on your Taper denotes that your time is out, and that you must renew at once if you want the paper continued. GINGER SNAPS. Beatfty of stiul is much deeper than paint and powder, and it wears longer. Because, to the miner life is a bore, is no reason why it should be a bore to you. ' * * i pleasant is a vir-j t ut ion into a&ood paying posi- H "HIi m, One may argue with a woman all right, but if you conviuce her she is your enemy forever after. Don't complain at being poor. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 9 February 1909

vv;> fr;M ; ■ ,-V % ' .." V." 'tOCAt tMnLLTGWCB GrlU at ft. H. Shiffield's. -jbS*- <— Town is full of people attend- ing court this week. Leather goods at Harris, ill & Flint's. 3eed Irish Potatoes at E. H. Sheffield's. Regular tonn of the Oorninis- sioners court in session this week Seed Irish Potatoes at Harris, DunCan & Faut's. W. T. Hatcher and wife were trading in town one day last week. Gloves at Harris, E>uncan & Fant's. Garden Seed at the Cabin Drug Store. Mr. and Mrs. Mose Gatnill were in the city trading one day last week. Don't forget Bernice's corner for candy at John S. Morris. Picture frames at E. H. Shef- field's. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Fant, of Friendship, were np on a visit One day last Week. Plow points at Harris, Dun , can & Fant's. JCelley 1W« end Points at E. H. Sheffield's. J. G. King, cashier of the First National Bank of Atlanta, attended to business here yester- day. — ^ , _ Foley's tirivid Laxative is a new reme- dy, an improvement on t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 9 February 1909

>i4, J 1 I JOSEPH HALL OHA8E Peruua Drug1 Co., Columbus, Ohio. Gtontlemen: I have used Peruna and (iud that it caunot bo equaled as a tonic, as well as a cure for coughs, colds and catarrh. You are authorized to use my pfaoto with testimonial iu any pub- lication. Joseph II. Chase, sep 804 Tenth St., VYashington, D. C. Cold and La Grippe Mr. C. Ilappy, llardin, Kay Co., Mo., tvrites: "I can safely recommend Pe- runa as a remedy that will cure all ca- tarrhal troubles. "It was of great benefit to me, as it cured me of catarrh of the throat, and I took a very bad cold and had la Rrippe last February. It settled in my throat and lungs. I took three bottle's of Peruna and it cured mc. "I highly recommend it to all who are sick, and I am glad to add my en- dorsement to that of others." Pe-ru-na for Colds Mr. L. Clifford Figg, Jr., 2929 East Marshall St., Richmond, Va., writes that when he gets a cold ho takes Peru- na, and it soon drives it out of his sys- tem. For several years he wa...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 9 February 1909

mmr arv- ft .« WAR BALLOONS KILLED mm, hX^mjmavSQ m$m m§i i HALF MILLION DOLLARS APPRO PRIATED LAST SATURDAY IS KNOCKED OUT. BY OVERWHELMING VOTE Amendment Admitting War Balloona Without Duty Has Been De- feated. Washington, Feb. X—By the over- whelming vote of 101 to !)0 the house of representatives Tuesday rescinded the action of the house in committee of the whole house and knocked out the appropriation vf $500,000 voted on last Saturday for war ballons. In ad- dition, the house also defeated the Gaines amendment admitting free of duty war balloons and balloon ma- terial, (he vote on this issue being a strictly party vote. The overturning of the will of the committee of the whole house was accomplished with- ;out debate. Brig. Gen. Jame3 Allen, .chief signal officer of the army, ex- plained Tuesday that it would be im- possible to devote more than a small amount of the regular signal corpa appropriation for maintenance to aeronautics. "If Tuesday's action of the house 13 final," ...

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