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

I ♦ |H FOR ANTIC SAIjE m JIM w - 7 • / ff Opens at John S. Morris' Saturday Morning, March 6th at 9 o'clock A. M. IjOoU For the Hig Circulars and Signs His Entire Stock Will Be Sold In 10 Days All goods damaged by the cyclone will be offered at prices that will dazzle the eye of every man, woman and child in Cass county. Stock being handled by QUICK ACTION SALVAGE CO., KANSAS CITY, mm .... m m CASS COUNTY SUN Joha Banger, Editor & Proprietor T1IE CASS COUNTY SUN piVMislind every Tuesday, is entered at the Linden poBtoltt*,e an Second Class matter. m rates ok subscription: (Single copy ]>er year 'J; ' ^ #1.00 " - .•npnthsu J. .. < *«* IJ6 papers seat out without the casb jVi advance; paper stepped when time is ont, or we lose it'. • Forty five thousand bushels of Irish potatoes, grown in Ireland, was landed in Baltimore recent- ly and many of them shipped west. Scarcity of the domestic article and high prices brought them to this country. Then you know the products of the f...

Publication Title: Cass County Sun, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 2 March 1909

WfrllM1 (I |i' I WfSt t biAhWnAMi' *-MW9 E Goobers a4 E H. SlietlieKl'a. P. B. Latham Was a business Visitor in town Saturday. — |-~ Farming utensils, plows, hoes, rakes etc., at G. H. Nelson's. Leather goods Ijuucati & Want's. at Harris, >*■' Pw I tl Dr. Lumpkin attended to bus- iness in the city yesterday. Save your dollars by trading with C. H. Nelson's, Garden Seed at the Cabin Drug Store. A. L. Kelly, df Warren Spr'gs tommunity, attended to business bore Saturday. Carharrt'a Overall ahd Work gloves at C. II. Nelson's. Seed Iribh Potatoes at Harris; Duncan & Faht's.' S. E. George,- of Kildare; was transacting business in the city Saturday. . ■ Se our line of Curlee Pants before you buy elsewhere. Don't forget Befnifce's corner for candy at John S. Morris. A. D. Martin, of Friendship cortfftrunity, attended to business here Saturday. C. H. on is opening up a hardware house. Gloves at Harris/ Duncan & Fant's. ' v ! nnfeoJ young oountry. lievTw. A Creek, was ens' hut...

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

- > * NEW STRENGTH FOR WOMEN'S BACKS. How to Mmke a Bad Back better. ; Brtt / WHERE HE STOOD. Percy—Do you think Would object to my mar Pearl—I couldn't say. thing like me he would. II THE STATE LEGISLATURE Women who Buffer with backache, boariug down pain, dizzy spells, « d that constant fueling of dullness and tired- ness, will find hope in the advice of Mrs. Mary Hinson of 21 Strother St., Mt. Sterling, Ky. "Had I not used Doan's Kidney Pills I be- lieve I would not be living to-day," Bays Mrs. Hinson. "My eyesight was poor, I suffered with nervous, splitting headaches,_spots would dance before my eyes, and at times 1 would be so dizzy 1 would liavo to grasp some- thing for support. My back was so weak and painful 1 could hardly bend over to button my shoes and could not get around without suffering severely. Doan's Kidney Pills helped me from the first, and I continued until practi- cally well again." Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box. Foster-Mi I burn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. r...

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

«? mf 'Uri'C' ■ -,- w - f «" '(■Pfff? -1 'J u*r I NEWS EROM OYER TEXAS There are eight applications for Con- federate pensions pending before the county court of Qrayson. There are three bank guaranty bills pending In the lower house of the Mis- souri Legislature. All have secured their second reading A. B. Patterson & Co., of Greenville, the largest shippers of poultry and eggs in the South, shipped six car- loads of eggs to New York las' week, comprising 2,595 cases. Five persons were killed Wednesday and seventy-eight Injured, twenty- eight seriously, by the collapse of a floor in a hall where lots were being drawn for conscription, at Valencia, Spain. The Southern squad of trap-shooters who gave an exhibition In Dallas Wed- nesday are to make a tour of the West- ern States. Prom Dallas they went to Sulphur, Okla., where they will be engaged for a week. Over $1,750,000 is to be expended in the erection of eight building in Dal- las. This represents structures rang- ing up to ...

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

►V" •Si ' m :W<.\ B ? a W ^EPEAtPif Smokeless p vfi v rith Black P *vr0vVdo *• i/scdbythe * ■ t successful sl & SVCHXW^ T'ltrfn nrifi Ranch; I have wi'iiii .tiUin^rofariicToa —Frotn FAuM and Ranch. .■— ah ' ■ —UM—i—MM-h■■ '■ ^ . GOOD' y r *■ O S I T I O N s m if fic ■ , JT'A " gw^V- ■aft# INSs \ ft*".' ■llfel "I suffered so with Nervous Prostration that I thought there was no ust?%yiiig to get- well. A friend recom in ended Dr. Miles' Nervine, and although skeptical 'ar-first". J soo;n found myself re- anril am to-day well." MRS. D. I. JONES, 5800 Broadfvay, Cleveland, (V Much sickiiess is of nervous origin. It's/ the nerves that itiake the hclart force the blood through the/ veins, the lungs take in oxygen, the stomach di- gest food, tjhe liver secrete bile sLnd the kidneys filter the blood. If any of these organs are weak, it is the fault of the nerves through which they get their Strength. Dr. Miles' Nervine ts- a specific .for the nerves. It soothes the^ irritation and as...

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

t mm** ^ , ' ; ■ . '. J J. E. A. B4I\«ER, Publisher. }■ A. Paper Devoted to the best Interests of the People; Subscription, I'er Aifimm VOL. 34. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, MARCH 9, NO. 10. _ V i" V :>•>« [5fe£fi5; Brief and Breezy; . -W&: •' ■ mm Why, if they compel the Kaiser to pay taxes he will only have to have his salary raised, a process which addd to the bookkeeping without increasing tlie pile in the treasury. \ The poor, dear little children certainly have a friend in Ropse- velt. V.v • _ l,..' • Congress is reconstructing the navy according to its own no- tion. Talking* our iniquitous tariff system to death is not the way. It takes too long. And President-elect Taft con- tinues to t*dt publicly and fear- lessly. Has he a physician who is also a friend? * The only objection to it is that the other members of theCabinet con reproach Knox with being a cheap skate. While Castro is doing nothing, the Sultan of Turkey might call him in to give advice on how to run a reall...

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

mum ■ J ■ - ;■ * • * • fr Hp&* u. 1 Stei i ' K Hi''' Bl§ mim?. if'"!? THE CASS COUNTY SUN J. E. A. BANGER. Editor and Proprietor LINDEN, - - - - TEXAS Dr. Wiley also will become an editor. All our statesmen are mov* lag up. Having passed ins semi-centenniai, Germany's kaiser should now temper His energy with greater wisdom. The town of Amherst, Nova Scotia, is supplied with light and power from the waste products of a near-by coal mine. A Tennessee man wants tobacco smoking prohibited. Tfoe fiend evi- dently wants to drive us all to cig- arettes. The fur seal has been officially classified by the government as a flsh. Well, what did the government previ- ously 'suppose it was? capital is congested HUNDRED THOUSAND VISITORS SUPPOSED TO BE IN WASH- INGTON TUESDAY. REIGN OF PERFECT ORDER This country spent $1<,000,000 for peanuts last year—which may ac- count for a lot of the politics from which we have been suffering. ' ••• •• . - Oregon legislature is attempting to regulate th...

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

m ?' V ' His Sister Was All That Could Be Desired copyright /tor or j o.uPHNcarr co / n&usrnAmD BY MAT WALTERS SYNOPSIS. Three girls — Elizabeth, Gte,brlello and J21Ibc—started for Canada to spend tho summer there. On board steamer they were frightened .by an apparently rtement- mm ■ ' ft ■ III «d stranger, who finding a bag belonging to one of them, took enjoyjnerit In scru- tinizing a photo of the trio.f Elise shared her stateroom with a Mrs. Graham, also bound for Canada. The young women on a sightseeing tour met Mrs. Graham, anxiously awaiting her husband, who had s mania for sailing. CHAPTER II.—Continued. "He was to have been home by lioon," she said, "and I have been standing here two hours. Sailboats «re treacherous, and Harry is s<j reck- less. Ah!" The ejaculation was one of relief, as a white sail appeared and headed for the slip. "I'm coming to see you," I called, as we walked on, but the conclusion was forced upon mo that she had forgotten my existence. "Why do y...

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

• • •. • ■'. * S's-l:'1' Pf« << $fP " "i\ ' ! ■till w: |. . ' V " * SKEw? 1 :#i® WMwk /> >w • ■ v*v n r' fl J I fi ■ > s KHm;-'•*:!> :,,K & '|L 9 SURROUNDING COUNTRY / We have designated Thursday, March IS, as our special ■" _,V-. ;4>* ;.^v . ..-.v .v ^ : 1 \" • ' " •' • ■ r• Ladies Day. Don't miss this feature at this Great Sale, ' * ' I ' J'' •' ! ' ' "S, as all of this stock will be on'sale—nothing reserved; all of this stock must be sold in TEN DAYS. : QUICK V ■- . 7 " : ... Slot h Handled By ACTION SALVAGE CO. CASS COUNTY SUN Joha Banger, Editor <fc Proprietor TUB CASS COUNTY SUN published overy' 'TttewJuy, is at thetituden i>o toffl<je s Second Class matter. i£: •' ' • .. - ^ RATfc* -6^iwjB«CRn Th)Mr ite,:d 81.00 m . m ' v Single copy per year sjx ntflwjtei No papers sent out • without the cash* rti advance; paper stopped when tfme is jt, or we lose it." ^^jBHBasKK'^issSi Obituary notices and cards of.thanks •jvilJ be inserted at two-and-a-hal...

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

— WCJ&\ A nice . m TtfiSfHs Goobers a*- E. II, Shield's. 8. H. Hood, of neat Almira, tvas in the city last week. Fanning utensils, plows, hoes, rakes etc., at C. H. Nelson's. Leather goods at Harris, Duucan & Fant's. •# S. N. Echols and N. J. Barron of Warren Springs were at the Speaking befe last Friday. Sa ■ ur dollars by trading with C. H. Nelson's. Garden Seed at the ;JDabin t)rug Store. 11& .Jt- ' 'Ms ■ A large crowd were in town last Saturday taking in the big sale at John S. Morris' store. Carharrt'n Overall and work gloves at C. H. Nelson's. ^ Seed Iribh Potatoes at Harris, Duncan & Fant's. Dr. C. E. Davis and C. C. Hines were business visitors in Atlanta from here Wednesday. i Se our line of Curlee Pants before you buy elsewhere. — # Don't forget Berniee's corner for candy at John S. Morris. J. H. Crowson was in the city -Friday. B. P. Maulden, of near Mari- etta. is suffering with a carbun- cle. C. H. Nelson is,opening up a liardware house. Gloves at Harris...

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

isV.1'' - A — S'~ l i I mpr < § m I i X-' 5 [1 I :Q IE MARRYING SQJJtRE." iu#tlco George E. Law Has Broken All Records. Oeorge E. Law, Justice of the Peace, l3Vi Frankllu St., Brazil, Ind., la known far and wide aa the "Marrying Squire," from the fact that he has mar- ried more couples than any othor offi- cial in Indiana. Judge Law wrote a letter in 1906, recommend- ing Doan's Kidney Pills, which he said had made a bad back well, enabled him to sleep bet- ter nights and feel more fit for work. The treatment also cleared up the urine. On January 5, 1909, Judge Law confirmed Jiis previous testimony. "I have recommended this remedy to many people since I first used It," said he. Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box, Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y, Teacher of Physiology. "Now we will dissect this odd little animal. But first, Jimmy Phallg, will you tell me what we have here?" Jimmy—"Faith, and it's called a bat, sir." Teacher—"Very well. Now, how many kinds of bats are there?" Jim...

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

7 \ - .. f . &*h«w ■■'■: r d M '< yM. } Wm W&WvvM^ Cabinet THE READING HAEIT. :i If j: jfl f ■fi =3 HE greatest trial In the world, the one that frets me more Than anything about the place; that hurts my feelings sore, Is when somebody walks upon my brand-clean kitchen floor. I scrub It with a will and lay the papers all about. Then one comes In, and says: "What's here?" In vain my warning shout! The flrst-page head-lines strike him, and ho taHes the first page out. fn toddles Two-year-old and sees the comic cofor sheet; Then Tom comes In—the funny pages straight his blue eyes greet.. By this time naught remains between Biy clean floor and their feot! Now reading is a habit that plain folks should not abuse, * And paper* surely are not made to mere- ly tell the news* Why, keeping clean the kitchen floor Is really their best use. ! I . v X'kt To Wash Lace. Now that lace la so much In vogue, and used on almost every toilet, It be- hooves us to know the best way to keep It I...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 9 March 1909

BUI JR* ■■ ' i . « i < u —— THERE CHRISTIAN LIFE FAILS. 1' ^ arsi WithHeartTrouble "Dr.'Miles' Heart Remedy, has cured rrv* of heart disease of over 20 years' standing. I was so bad that I could not do my work, and could scarcely draw a full breath \Vithout fainting or smothering. Tbe doctor, told me he could do 110 more for me; then I commenced tilling the Heart Remedlr. 1 shall never forget that night. T Mjpt better than I had before in months. I kept right op getting better, un- til I was perfectly well."' MRS. LAURA RUSSELL, Logan, Iowa. When the heart .action is weak, it fails to pump the blood through the lungs with-sufficient rapidity. Then the lungs do not absorb the proper amount of oxygen, although they may be taking in 4 normal amount of air. The result is shortness of Kansas City Times. ('h'vclai/d, O.—"You can't live as .JfHiihi would and beau employe T)jt a large Cleveland business firm. This was the conclusion of a gill employed as a stenographer in a wholesae stor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 16 March 1909

? • v y y ^ J; E. A. B1NU1SK, Publisher, } 'i-'t - . • 8j)g. ' -vyi'w/ ^tajj V, ■' jiV* -' t> ' ' fcff jf; :«v « ••• ** k :n</' , <J, v ; y 1 :- K^itWU #■' ^fr''11, T?1"*•/ .>y*t'';■' A. Faper Devoted to tlxe best Interests of the People. SulwcrltHlon, $1 «© fcr AmM r VOL, 34. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, MARCH 10, 1909. ' NO. 11. Brief and Breezy, m Brain Leaks. Good Intentions. IS. 1 4- The general opinion seems to be that there is so much ability and desirability about (Senator Knox that there is no room for disability. Lincoln said that "no man is good enough to govern another man without the other, rfiaii's fcbtiseilt." We wonder if Father Abraham would have considered the Filipino a man. Governor Hadley of Missouri obtains exercise by retiring to his cellar and sawing wood. That is a good deal better than throwing a 25,000 word-message into his Legislatuee every day. The manufacturers have decid- ed to advance the price of brooms, which are already 15 or HO cents higher...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 16 March 1909

v.m m =3 >n • • IPwIi flE THE CASS COUNTY SUN J. B. A. BANGER, Editor an4 Proprietor LINDEN, TEXAS I. I-P y ; NEWS FROM OYER TEXAS • JWB 1 .1/ I/- I I B? 1--WBmm ■ 9' is -la? IgBfn jWSB • '•• •oPSi.i I®- II1 tPHP' 5 rai f^'' • i m. The total estimated income of Ft. Worth for 1909 is placed at $633,000. An average of about fifty bales of sotton are marketed oil the streets ot Brady dally. The 2-year-old daughter of W. I). Hoover, who resides north of Dublin dii rural route No. 9, was drowned In * well Friday. A regular fifteen-minute street car strvice wa3 put on at Mineral Wells Sunday by the Mineral Wells and Lakewood Park Street railway. After sixty-one years' resiOence in Dallas County, Mrs. Irene Perry died Tuesday at her home in Cedar Hill, twenty-four miles from Dallas. There are being erected in Tyler many substantial homes and on the 3outh Side in particular a half dozen aandsome residences are under con- struction. The receipts at the Sherman post- office for the month o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 16 March 1909

r- ■ ,• It was then tlmt Elizabeth lov*t hor ne> ve and gave a stifled scream. This is liable to happen at exciting mo meats—when she encounters a mouse or a spider, for Instance; but thai ulght, when we were talking It over In 1 —flwCBM tiiA mDDixrm t vbout coPYticr I tor or so UMnccrr (0 ^ /V nAUSTRAFED BY HAT wAxxms 8YNOPSIS h ,y • Three girl. — Elizabeth, Gabrielle and filise—stnrtod for Canada to spend the Summer there. On board steamer they wore frightened by an apparently dement- ed stranger, who finding a bag belonging to one of them, took enjoyment In scru- tinizing a photo of the trio. Elise shared tier stateroom with u Mrs. Graham, also bound for Canada. The young women on a. sightseeing tour met Mrs. Graham, inxlousiy awaiting her husband, who had a mania for sailing. They were intro- duced to Lord Wilfrid and Lady Edith. A. cottage by the ocean was rented by the trio for the summer. Elizabeth learned that a friend of her father's was to call. Two men called, one of t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 16 March 1909

, ILIG IHOOL SIT" L'Ol !NTY SUN lintillnl ntw'l at the UuJou poUofflw matter. s of subsckiption: $1.00 50 ccnts No papers sent out \vithout the ca$h copy per year " six months 'in selves in vi. y- Ik impose tlie by dece people in s in most ins *88 aid for educa1 tstment; time thus 8 wisely Used. Time is people money and opportunity as well, tion and if it is used aright, Business men work during the , We have received scores of the summer; farmers do the same, -! Agricultural Year Book and then what'* the sense in big boys ffwrn in advance; paper stopped when time is ages t hat.'are wrong and not the fuun(| them, for practical pur- and girls spending vacations in °r "L a' divorces. poses, not worth the ink it took idleness, in wasting precious BH Sf Obituary notices and cards of thanks will be inserted at two-and-a-half cents per line t * iMs hm PP1 If: Ik ,Jf/ I On last Saturday a resolution passed the House at Austin ask- ing Speaker Kennedy to resign his position as Speaker; and ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 16 March 1909

IT gff$ WW JJVMVA Goobors n* E. H. Sheffield's. G. W. Ooody was in toWn Aridity, Farming Utensils, plows, hoes, i-akea etc., at C. H. Nelson's. Leather goods at Harris; t)uucan & Fant's. W. T. Hatchet- and \Vife Were in town yesterday. Save your dollars by trading with C. H. Nelson's. Garden Seed at the Cabin l)rug Store. Mr. Emmeti George and J. JJ. Nelson attended to business in the county capital yesterday. Natural Herbs at J. J. Story's hnd all other kinds of medicine. Carhafrt'f Overall and work gloves at C. H. Nelson's. Mr. and Mrs. firaraett Kirk- land were in town shopping yds- terday. . Seed Iribh Potatoes at Harris, Duncan & haul's. So our line of Curlee Pants • . before you buy elsewhere. tyr. Leonard Williams visited his jwirents, Rev. and Mrs. G. K. Williams, Saturday. f* O. H, Nelson is ppening up a hardware house. Gloves at Harris, Duncan , Fant's. . :>|| Jns. E. Harris, of ritai* Caves ,ifipring«, attended to business inl town yesterday. GO' to E. fl. Shef...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 16 March 1909

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 16 March 1909

/ ■ , V rlM ARTFUL BEGGAR. | "fl V THIRTY KNOWN DEAD SIXTY PERSONS INJURED AND MILLIONS OF DOLLARS WORTH OF PROPERTY LOST. STORM AT BRINKLEY, ARK. Catholic Church, In Path of Storm, Alone Escapes Damage—Des- truction Complete. Brinkley, Ark., March 10.—Thirty or more lives were snuffed out, sixty ' people were Injured and property es- timated to be worth $1,000,000 wa de- stroyed as a result of the tornado which wrecked this little city Tuesday night. Of the known dead, fourteen are white people. The tornado hov- ered about the cHy a few minutes, but Its work of destruction was complete. The Catholic church, standing directly In the path of the storm, alone es- caped damage or destruction, and stands Tuesday night a grim sentinel In a scene of desolation. Main street and Cypress avenue, the two princi- pal thoroughfares of the town, are now impassable, and piled high with wreck- age from end to end. Oil Co. Motion Overruled. Jefferson City, Mo.: The motions by the Standard Oil compa...

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