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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 16 March 1909

>' fr (3? MOON KiGNS. id 'ljitm mm lEsSS 5S2S8S •v . , d*ith Black P0 H ^ Used by tl^ t ef sUCCCSSful gjj ... jot" £VERVWH^ lK'r^v HIMtill iiv of the Little Tablets and the Pain is HEADACHE BACKACHE "Before I began to use Dr. Miles' Anti- Pain Pills I sail«red for days And week* wiib neuralgia. Now I rarely ever have the headache. I will never be without them." Miss Elcenor Wade 825 N. tfth Street, St. Joseph, Missouri AND THE PAINS 0( RHEUMATISM and SCIATICA 25 Doses 25 Cents Your Druggist sells Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain. Pills and he Is authorized to return the price of the first package (only) if it falls to benefit you. Cf T. T HAGGARD. Funeral Director and Embalrner. Complete stock of Coffin?, Worn], en and Metallic Caskets, burial suits, dresses, robes, etc. Prompt Attention Given Calls Day or Night. Phones—Store 07, Residence oS. JKKKK RTON, TKX A ■*. Tin1 Western Fa nner. A Southern correspondent tells j days* um l hat in his uci^liboi'hood t h v had a dry season, short past ;...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 23 March 1909

( . f' V j •••...;• 'k r v * , J ' Mi Ataf ■nrf - v'I 1 / Z :: ' \ H t vt> vw „ • - -r. ;•■ v .. S'. *.:la ■ " A ' ■ •-- '" v., " r; ' ■ • , ■ ' ■" ' :, , Si '« " Vo " J& lv -m J. E A. B4NCJER, Publisher. }• A. Paper Devoted to the best Interests of the People. Subscription, fl.ctO Pt-r Aiiiim VOL. 34. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, MARCH 23, 1909. NO. 12. COMMUNICATED. Congress assembled March 15, in responce to a special call of President Taft in conformity with the promise that he made to the people of this country last fall. President Taft promised that if elected, he would immediately call Congress together to revise the tariff and that the revision should be honestly and fearlessly made. Every one knows but for his promise, backed by his well known sincerity, Bryan and the Democratic party would have been swept into power on a tidal wave. The excessively protected industries are now hard at work trying to convince Congress that thfiq promise of Mr Taft was only a bluff. These ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 23 March 1909

COUNTY J. E. A. BANGER. Editor and Proprietor TEXAS LINDEN S ' .. ' '• v""./ i ,< ' . •' Vaudeville In airships Is talked What won't the astronomers see? It Is suggested that one of the new states of the southwest shall be called Lincoln. Good. It seems a good deal harder to get a jury these days than to acquit a mur derer. ' : ■ Maxim's noiseless gun may be an In- genious contrivance, but It will not be pretty when carried by an assassin. EVENTS BOILED DOWN DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN HAP. PENINGS SERVED UP IN ATTRACTIVE STYLE. NOTHING GOOD GOT AWAY Everything Important That Could Confined to a Small Space Is Here Found. The great constitutional lawyers ol the senute may proceed to brush up a bit on the text of the constitution. Castro says he still wants to have a hand in Venezuelan affairs, that is, presumably Venezuelan pockets. ; "No great statesman can be born in New York," says Woodrow Wilson Why, no. No baby is a great statesman Utah has pegged along for 60 years ■without a capi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 23 March 1909

* "* -® I m$y.: / f * i > k-i' f fef V f , • is V ^ 0\ ' NICARAGUA'S APPEAL MINISTER DECLARES MILITARY ACTIVITY 18 FOR DEFENSE OF LITTLE COUNTRY, MORE WARSHIPS DISPATCHED The Administration Has Decided to Augment Force to Six Vessels. Washington, March 16.—Nicaragua, through Its Minister, Senor Bcplnoza, protested to Secretary Knox today that the military and naval activity, now In progress in that country, is destined entirely for defensive pur- poses; that Bhe does not contemplate making any attacks on her sister Re- publics. Notwithstanding the Minister's as- sertion of Nicaragua's peaceful inten- tions toward her neighbors, the admin- istration has decided to augment the naval force In Central American waters to a total of six vessels. In addition to the Yorktown, now en route for Amapala, Honduras, the ar- mored cruisers Maryland and Wash- ington are to remain on the west coast, the former going to Acajutla, Salvador, and the latter to Corinto. Thirty Thousand Acres Sold. Sa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 23 March 1909

1 ■? ' H 9 •'■V gj Jmxtj: I I ' P I Wk ' ■ . v, COUNT V BUM John. Bangor, Eklitor 1 Proprietor TUKCA3S COUNTY sUK pwl>IM)-l rrery TungMnv, is entered ftt the 1-imten liostuftfc'W aa Second C'labb matter. RATES OF subscription? Single copy per year ' $1.00 " ix montl^ ' 50 cents No oapers sent out without the cash fri advancK; pa per stopped when time is out, or we lose it. Obituary notices and cards of thanks will be inserted at two-anrf-a-half ccnts per line Presidents Taft's first message to Congress is a ffeoord breaker as a first message at the opening of Congress. It contains but lit- tle more than twohundred words. Why not stop lhis expensive farming and try tho intensive plan. Ten acres of rich land will make more than thirty or forty acres of onr old fields and with half the labor in cultivating. Study to make t reasonable portion of your land rich and keep it so. Pasture the remain- der, or sow it. down in peas. •iV-V.ft* . t /<. • >•- ■?>/• .'r'SirtWstfa.® \ . ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 23 March 1909

... M? LOCAL IWTKLlsKl l$N'C.k- • !<i . r.txior closed lior llaiail in Brown J j j school Friday and is now at Gentlemen's litis shoe Farming utensils, plows, lions, > home. ! better at (\ II Nclson' "" X / *>w €*i takes etc., nt G. II. Nelson s. q^j. |jn< of Ctirloo County Attorney, 10. E; ' before you buy elsewhere Pants il. iirougher, is in Atlanta today. Leather goods at Harri Duucun & Flint's. •1. T. Latham, of ft mid Miss Murphy ( 0 II. Nelson. is touching school tit that nine were in town Saturday afte m sa 45? & are Arrived A nice line of trentlemens' lifts and ties, also Underwear I Save your dollars by trading j at J. T. Sheffield & Co. Mr. Emraett A lid ay, son of; J udt %ith G. H. Nelson's. Mrs. Kilgore, of Kildare, is re- ported in a Very low condition; Garden Seed at the Cabin l)rug Store. — —. —. . ■ ■ Carharrt's Overall and work gloves at C. H. Nelson's. J. S. Coffman, of Center Hill, Vas on Oup streets Friday. Seed Iriah Potatoes at Harris j ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 23 March 1909

' " : V m -a • ' ' <E* ' > ':.VV.' v l""k 9K fou Have Not Learned All This Since You Have Been Here?" / BY^ZILA nwrnxroN copyrtcnr !9or er jo uppwcott ca STRATED BY WAITERS SYNOPSIS. Three frirls — Elizabeth. Gabrielle and t5Hse—started for Canada to spend the summer there. On board steamer they vers frightened by an apparently dement- ed stranger, who Uridine a bag belonging to one ot then'!, took enjoyment in scru- tinizing a photo of the trio. Eltse shared ber 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 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 them being the queer-acting stranger on the steamer. The girls were "not at home," but discovered by the cards left that one of the men was Elizabeth's f...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 23 March 1909

iMH I r T } f If l\ \ SENATE AND HOUSE TAKE DRASTIC ACTION Senator From Hopkins Los- es His Seat by Vote of 21 to 8. SPEAKER KENNEDY RESIGNS Galnes-HIII Resolution Against the Speaker Is Adopted After Nineteen Hours Debate. Austin, Tex., March 15.—The fric- tion which has existed In the Texas State Senate because of the charges made by Senator H. Bascom Thomas of Hopkins County, sometimes upon the floor of the Senate, but more es- pecially through the public prints, cul- minated in the expulsion of Senator Thomas from that body by a Vote of 21 to. 8. The immediate cause of this dras- tic action was a statement which .861* ator Thomas gave to the press this week criticising the Senate for its ac- tion in respect to the report of the committee which investigated his charges that there had been wholesale violations of the anti-lobby law. Prior to this the Senate had been dealing with alternate charges and retractions from Senator Thomas, but his use In the statement of the words "graft...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 23 March 1909

*T\ ' V, A- ; Ka f j j ^ ■ & ' _ «9i m I Five Years of Heart Trouble Cured by Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy "Before I began taking Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy I had been suffering from heart trouble for over five years. I had pains in my left side, and under my shoulder blade, could not sleep on the left side, and was so short of breath the least exertion ivould bring on the ipjost distress- ing palpitation. I had scarcely taken a half bottle of the Heart Remedy before I could see a marked change in my condition. :When I had taken six bottles I •was cured." MRS. C. C. GORKEY, Northfield, Va. If there is fluttering or palpi- tation it is an indication of a weakness of tile nerves and mus- cles of the heart. It is not neces- sarily diseased—just weak from over-work. The heart may be weak just the same as the eyes, stomach or other organs. You can make a weak heart strong by taking Dr. Miles' Heart Rem- edy. Get a bottle from your druggist, take it according to di- rections, and if it does n...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 30 March 1909

• ^ ' : •5 r r . .. ■?■ ■ w3K''\* I PWK iuillou < Brow** Ladies^ J. E. A. H %!\<> us, PiibliMliei*. }- A. Paper Devoted to the beat Interests' of the People. *Hbi crlpftfl«, $1 <10 r<i jliittRvn VOL. 34. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, MARCH 30. 1909 , L ■ NO 13. LEGISLATIVE HEWS LETTER. An ** Driv«' s,or"- Austin, Texas.—Tho regular Eg a;R-4 '«r Notice of Sheriff's Sale. ? I •„ f Yes, indeed, we have some THE STATE OF TEXAS, l quiw little incidents happen to ,. CodMJ o( a . t By .,.« ol DIRECTORY ClnirelK'M an Order of Sale, issued out of the Hon soHbion of tbe ill st Legislature WANTED 1,000 r"' Organizers, to t>Tganiie 1 he col- ored people ofthe-TJniteii StcrtM Into Tbe Negro Tarmertfnd Lm- borers' Ed irrational, Co-Opera- tive Union of America -Charter ! § «£$$■ ■a- happlied to me about a year _ . . _ 4 „ . . ... . ' fh:„ir minnt* fX n S8™. a«d to "ic, as Sheriff, directed and by the Pastor at 11 a. m. and at night % ' , delivered, I Will proceed to sell for cash, Pra...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 30 March 1909

M I " >- ' .'i 1 '•' * ■'<■+ .tNTS BOHij DOWN ■? $ i'' ,;>V. ■ L ditor and lrkojyrlator iLI JN DEN, TEX ka This world could profitably try a lit- tle cement In its peace treaties. Italy will soon get accustomed to its shakes, like an Arkansas "bottom- land" dweller. The Insular government of the Phil- ippines has cabled to Washington for 18 irrigation engineers. Wouldn't it bo queer to be an inhab- itant of Jupiter and go home late some night and see 16 moons! The battleships come home fit to fight and with no reason to do it, which is all right. It remains to be seen whether the race horse is really a noble animal or merely a gambling tool. Skeptical persons are wondering what unsung press agent wrote Wash- ington's cherry tree story. Wireless telegraph is again prov- ing that it is one of the greatest In- ventions of the age. The cinematograph can be used for recording every step in surgical oper- ations, and for showing the whole process to a large class of students. Wil...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 30 March 1909

/' ro .-iwm '■) • w-" . f 1" "j ■ ■ 7l- / BY^tiiA mnmxioiy TYHOUT COfrKitnr /tor sr*o UfPincorr CO jQ> ILLUSTRATED BY /ur ffMrw •— • '• • f 09 — I V;- I r m-lf'i! SYNOPSIS. Thrpe girls — Elizabeth, Oabrlelle and Ellse- started for Canada to Hp>-n'l the summer there. On board steamer they were 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. Ellse shared her stateroom with a Mrs. Oraham, also bound- for Canada. The young women on a sightseeing tour met Mrs. Graham, anxiously 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 them being the (juoer-actlng stranger on the SjWiK steamer. The girls were "not at home," but discovered by the cards left that one of the men was Elizabeth's fat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 30 March 1909

■ mm -m "JN ... aa JKditor & 1^'opK _ .■jrfftd <>] la h, .J&ot patriotism. t-houchi of trviW lo raise their etov m m ■ TUKCA^S QOtTSTY SUN publiahMl every Taemiay, tgcrrtcrwl at. tlm I.imU'ii (Vh Secoot^Cljis matter. iHir ■- r^v.r^rr- - I vjf:1 ratjjs of subscription: Single copy per year ' $1.00 " six months ' 50 cents No papers sent out without the cash in advance; paper stopped when time is out, or we lost' it. Obii wiry notices and cards of thanks •will tx1 inserted at two-and-a-half cents per "line ■ , . 1 \j uitlwmN. salaried Fant In the Chair. WW' lip w* t , ^ ■~t i1 v - : < f . ■ ' • ' ' ' ■mehboi SiP": I I I V > "If men had to pay taxes on their intellects some1 of them would admit that they were idi- ots." —Dallas News' Snap Shots Perhaps—bat ifc would be a fine revenue getter, nevertheless, pro- vided eaeh man was allowed to price his own intellect and the price was made, public. There are more egotists than fools in the world. Our governments, nationa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 30 March 1909

y$ ( / ' ' j • pH ■ *.■;■■■ ■ K LOCAL TNTELLTG-EWK] Mr. Chaw. Jones, of Bryant ir- , i mmm 0 Uoii Brown Ladies i WFBmmEXW 1 | Farming utensils, plow?, hoes, rukes etc., lit C. II. Nelson's. T. N. McDuffie, of New Colony, was in the hub yesterday. Hoes, rakes and plow shapes at E. H. Sheffield's. C. II. Nelson cun save you money on shoes. Justice Fraxiora count con- vened yesterday. Leather goods at Harris, Duncan <fe Fant's. Mill, is reported in « verycritical [Gentlemen's fine shoes, nono conditiob We have the most stylish and nobby line of childrens clothing in the country. C. II. Nelson" .J.udge E. A. Allday, of Atlanta transacted business here yester- (lay. ^ Our line of ladies'triiLed hats are up-to date. C. II. Nelson. * I A VI J ■ V Picture Framee at E. H.Shef- field's. Henry O. Nelson made a busi- ness trip to Jefferson last week. Savp your dollars by trading with C. H. Nelson's. Garden Seed at the Cabin - "• m* ... •i:ii. vg"-'. 'Vi ^ } v Drug Store; Go to E. H. Sheffiel...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 30 March 1909

- - 4 . -m ■ <s CAMPBELL SUBMITS DOZEN SUB- JECTS TO LEGISLATURE FOR THEIR CONSIDERATION. MR. BRYAN TO ADDRESS BODY Regular Session Enacts 246 Measures Out of 1,000 Introduced, Against 1,069 Last Legislature. Austin, Texas: With the approach i)f the equinox, the weather is threat- ening in a legislative sense, as well as physically. Notwithstanding Gov. Campbell has let it be known that he was displeased because no more prog- ress had been made in the special ses- ulon, both houses adjourned over from Friday until Monday. There is a two- fold explanation to be made of this fact. In the first place, the legislators have had time to find that they over- worked themselves during the regu- lar session, particularly so during the past two weeks, and with the advent of spring, they have "that tired feel- ing." Austin: Accepting the invitation ex- tended to him in January to address the Texas Legislature, Hon. William J Bryan Monday advised the Legislature that he would be pleased to ma...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 30 March 1909

.1 NEWS FROM OVEll TEXAS ( i Dave Filtschick of Halletsvllle, Tex., aged 73, fell between some carB at Loeb, Wednesday morning, and was instantly killed. It Is the intention of the Pennayl vania Road, its officials say, to make the system a six track one all the ■way from Pittsburg to New York. Sergeant Cortes, the leader of the Insurrectionists In Cuba, and his whole band, surrendered Thursday to the civil authorities of Remedios, In Santa Clara Province. The City Council of Dublin met in regular session Wednesday night and appropriated the sum of $600 from the general fund for the purchase of a new chemical wagon. The City Commissioner, of Denison has ordered 100 thirty-two-candle-pow- er electric lights placed on the streets at once in addition to the arc lights already in service. Fire at 2 o'clock Thursday morning in Texarkana partially destroyed the Beech Street Baptist Church with practically all its furnishings, causing a loss of-about $25,000. The indications are that the G...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 30 March 1909

<• *«• ^ '/'■ ^ ■ \ „ '# * V P'~." thest' ■ THE GALVESTON PLAN. 40H£$T£ V« W6^k6 f SHOTGUN sHEl 1 FADER=REPEATF P^^ithSmokdessp C|\ 0# I j,o ' "e^i.h Black JW ^ Used by the e* A sUccessful gu +?J 6V"YWH - 'ii Address By State Officials p? - Headache For Years - "I keep Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain 1 Pills on hand all the time, and would not think of taking a ' journey without them, no mat- ter how short a distance I am X going. I have a sister that has had terrible headaches for years, and I coaxed her to try them and they helped her so much, she now keeps them by her all v • < the time. 'From my own exper- ience I cannot praise them enough." MRS. LOU M. CHURCHILL, 63 High st., Penacook, N. II. Many persons have headache after any little excitement or ex- —; • crtion. Tbey cannot attend church, lectures, entertainments, or ride1 on trains without gtiffer- fgjjjfr Those who suffer in this way should try Dr. Miles' Anti- 'Paln PHIS'. They give almost instant relief without leaving any d...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 6 April 1909

■I I :/€ 4 i ; / ' • i ® L:'M? t.>* wlp, , . E A. l nbliKht r. > Ka II P ; 'J A JPapesi* Devoted t© the best Interests of the l^oople. fm VOL. 34; LINDEN, TEXAS, T 'mm «l« rcr s - APRIL 6, 1809. NO. 14. "" ■ ' fg|P "SHALL THE SALOONS REMAIN IN TEXAS?' Notice of Sheriffs Sale. i , * | ••*■ thin pdirition. The democracy o! ■< Texas will lmve to make the choice, and as the Democratic THE STATE OF TEXAS, I notice the representatives of we have no fear as to the results, the liquor intercuts are issuing Very Respectfully, ferietiiy communications STERLING 1>. STRONG, party i the party of the people ^ Co"n,y °r Coss' ' ■ Bachelor Buttons. A woman has as much fun get- m ■km MEi through the press which contain many harflh things about minis- ters of the Gospel and the Anti- Salon League. I do not deem it. m State Sut t. GREAT MUSIC OFFER, n a re i j I teng her fortune told as a man Order of Sale, issued out of the Hon- t t orable District Court of CassCounty, on 24th day of Marc...

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

'rifiMiA—■ iiir"i"" ' THE CASS COUNTY SUN A. BANGER, Editor and Proprietor IMPROVE COUNTRY LIFE (LINDEN, TEXAS How can a spineless winter have Its backbone broken? Castro says he's going back to Vene- zuela. We sympathize with the coun- try. "Street car straps are loaded with microbes," says a college professor. Mean thing to call us. Athlete, crazed by drins, puts . 20 men out of business. This suggests a new style of training. About 4,000,000 sugar maple trees in the western reserve promise to do their full duty this spring. The world is getting better all the time. The tobacco trust Is going to raise the price of cigarettes. The price of 'possum is going up presumably on the theory that any- thing that 1s fashionable must not be EPRJ Tennessee has passed a law t® 11- sense boxing. Fine! Now It's up to Nevada to offer a premium on the The price of cigarettes is going up, but this won't bother the man who gets his cigarettes out of the other man's box. Burglars in Youngstown stole ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 6 April 1909

\i \ it R ,'i CREEK INDIANS ARE ON WAR PATH CRAZY SNAKE LEADER OF INDIANS AND NEGROE3 CAUSE REIGN OF TERROR. TROOPS HORRIED TO SCENE pwfcfjfci j I I ! .. S? ' V m 57 .,*■ \ •' ®-« y V ■ s I II 7 , 'I, -m -fe Ife rjf! Desultory Fights Since Thursday Cul- minate In Soldiers Taking The Field. Oklahoma City, Ok., March 29.— Five companies of Oklahoma State troops started yesterday in pursuit of Crazy Snake's band of Creek Indians, half-breeds and negroes, intrenched In the Hickory Hills, seven miles from Henryetta. A bloody battle was re- garded as Inevitable, as the heavily armed troops set out either to capture or exterminate the murderous band, which since Thursday has caused the death of six men, the wounding of many others, and brought about a con- dition of terror in Henryetta, Pierce and all the surrounding country. Crazy Snake's men number about 200, all armed with rifles and plentifully supplied with ammunition. They de- fiantly sent out word today that they would light to the ...

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