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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 11 May 1909

•fee*** te > CASS COUNTY OTN John Banger f Editor •& Proprietor >. ... . - THECA8-S COUNTY SUN irabfolittt every Tuesday, Is entered Bt tlie Llmicu j-cmtoHlAo uu SbcouO^CIobb matter. KATES OF SUBSCHIPTIOfj: Single copy per year ' $1.00 " six months ' SO cents So papers sent out without the cash in AUVANCii; paper stopped when time is out, or we lose it. Obituary notices and cards of thanks will be inserted at t wo-and-a-half cents per line 'U . - City Lit-t: Not Good Fok_ Young Me.v. ' A few of those who leave farm life for the city succeed, but ma- il}7 more fail, 01* worse. This has boon the worlds experience for a- ges. As a rule, men with families should Hve rural lives and raise their children as far from the filth aud the crime of city alleys, and dives as possible. They owethis I to their children, even if they have a flourishing-business in the city. This becomes the more,ev- ident when we remember that all past experience proves that few families survive the conta...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 11 May 1909

'IT MiTriii'T'i'i ■ i' ' ¥ m I %y..... j $ i/1 Iso 9 ±OC~<\L INl'ELLI PENCE Wife Cots at, E. H. Sheffield's. An up to dulo line of clolhltig bf nil kinds at C. H. Nelson's. A. R. Kirkland W£l3 a pleanatit visitor to the Sun nfiiee Friday.. -"VP*"**- A full line of high grade In-*- bacco at ti e Cabin Drug 8tore. Overalls and Work Shirts at Harris, Duncan & Fact's. Kindly show your paper to your neighbor and ask hifft to subscribe. Fish Poles and Hooks at E; H. Shellielda. Buy your Shoes from Harris, Duncan & Faut. Mrs. J. C. Fant and Mra. Hobby were in town ond day last week — —r Diverse Cultivators at E. H Sheffield's. Mr. George GrOgttn, ot Gro- gan's Mill, attended to business lie re Tuesday of last week. Harris, Duncan & Fant have just received a nice line of Gents Hats. s* ■ "I 'u j* " • M19868 Era and Vera Weath- erall spent Saturday and Sunday With friends in town. Tiwrir nflnitmraii m—n -Georgia Cane Syrup at E. II Sheffield's.. Attorney Hill Stewart and wife,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 11 May 1909

... '■£ "S~ ■ - \ THESTATE LEGISLATURE SOME HOPE TO START FOR THEIR HOMES ON EIGHTH OF MAY. APPROPRIATION BILL PASSED Without a Dissenting Voice the Senate Passes Guaranty Bill. Auatiu: Considerable speculation Is lii'tng indulged In as to what the Sen- ate will do with the Hill-Gaines amend- ment to the general appropriation bill, appropriating $1,068,900 to discharge part of the public debt which matures on July 1. Several of the senators seen have Indicated that they will vote for the proposition, believing that the Waters-J'ierce fine could not be put to better use than in wiping out a big slice of the State's indebtedness. It is understood the governor is uot in thor- ough accord with this appropriation, that in itself might be sufficient grounds for the senate to adopt it. Then again, it is said the attorney gen- eral believes that it would be the prop- er thing to do with this money, and that may cause some of the senators to again inject politics into legislative matters. Ou...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 11 May 1909

, i I r :.A mmi LATE STORM REPORTS 224 LIVES ARE L0S1 1 I ESTIMATED 400 ARE INJURED BY TORNADOES IN SOUTH, MID- DLE, WEST AND EAST. DAMAGE IN CHCRGO HEAVY It ■ 1 Missouri, Arkansas, Mississippi, Ala- bama and Illinois Are Hardest Hit. St. Louis, Mo., May 3.—Later reports from the storm-swept area places the dead at 224 and estimate 400 persona ■were injured. Gradually the property loss grows larger, Chicago authorities estimating that city alone suffered $2, 000,000 damage. Missouri, Arkansas, Mississippi, Ala- bama, Tennessee and Illinois are the States which suffered the most severe ly. Scores of dwellings In Chicago's suburbs were demolished or unroofed and their occupants injured. Towns were uooded and cut off from all com- munication,, with the world. Trains were damaged and their progress halted by the falling of telegraph poles across the tracks. One report is from St. Francis Coun- ty, Arkansas,, where ne^ir Wheatley, one person was killed and three fatal- ly injured. Wheatl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 11 May 1909

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 18 May 1909

'■ # ■' "fM- nSISraffifiMi i iiai Iv ' > J Mr. "#w . ,;'f ■ .V' • « Afy It, 11*1 r i /.•- *• .f. E. A. il4.N'€«ISR, Publisher. } .A. ]?aper Dovoted to the best Interefc VOL. 34. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, The Stranger in the Shadow* The following story, written by williarn H. Haraby, in Kind Words, is so full of philosophical truth that we want td give it to our readers: We had been discussing ho wall of us stumble in the way of life,and had mentioned some things that hurt and some that help. • ' Do you know," said the Stran- ger, who sat a little apart, <'wha$ is the worst adulterated, the fiibst pbisoued thing fed to man- kind?" We turned toward him. He had not spoken before, but for a long time had sat there on the porch of the country hotel, in the shadow of the summer even- ing, listening to our talk. "What is it?" one asked. "Once there wasayouugman," he began slowly, in a still gray tone, a little tired, "who loved his wofk and his neighbors. He was interested in everythin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 18 May 1909

r - i ifSPRS# M vl? ' £H; ■&' 1 - / ' Zi: , mm& IHhP v.": ^W\i news from over texas The forty-first annual meeting of the (State Medical Association of Texas [Will meet In Galveston Tuesday. Wichita Falls and Immediate vicin- ity were visited by a hard wind and rainstorm Saturday night, which did considerable damage. Bids were opened Tuesday at noon upon the construction of the eight- tory Sanger Bros, building in Dallas, le structure to cost $200,000. The Texas Cotton Seed Crushers' ssociation offers $225 in prizes to the chool children and schools of Texas >r essays on the merits of cotton e<;l products. hundreds of men in Alpine have ien lighting fires in the cedar brakes he Pecos draws for several days, fire swept thousands of acres of ges bare. oward, the 4-year-old son of E. L. e of Caddo Mills, was burned to h In a fire which destroyed a barn nging to G. L. Cancleave at 3 k Sunday afternoon. ijn, the 4 ^-year-old daughter of d Mrs. Robert E. Field of Fort IthJ d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 18 May 1909

mmw "i w-v11 X Ik 7 U My Ring! It Is Gone—My Ruby Ring." ZUA MWDIXTON copy4 w if0? or se uPPwcorT ca IUJJSTlLiTED BY RAY WALTERS « PUD COBVm SYNOPSIS. Three girls — Elizabeth, Gabrielle and XDlise—started for Canada to spend the •ummer 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. Graham, also bound for Canada. The young women on a sightseeing tour met Mrs. Graham, anxiously awaiting her husband, who had « 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," ut discovered by the cards left that one of the men was Elizabeth's father's friend. The men proved to bo J...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 18 May 1909

pp y fclSBBfflfflSBEBffll ■: "Vf ■ " ©•< '■ ,A**- '• J '■■ ■ Wf^4 iii.Vi ii • .iliiifn iiaiiiiiiiV'-'ii'i n'-ririMnaria KWW. i have ob- mer- jid re- Isceed- | Wieus '["uni- jung btfsi- I to Ik. II Mi Shiloh Dots. , t\Ve are needing rain some, trtit Ot suffering yet; hope ttflll come in time. Brother Eiscite entertained liin "audience last Sunday at Shiloh ejhtireh frith a most excellent Sermon. Some of our young people at- tended children's day at Moore's Chapel last Sunday night, and report an interesting program well carried out. Mrs T S Preston and family, and Gi C Locket, of Comet, were the guests of their mother, Mrs. R Lockett, last Saturday night and Sunday. MiviS Rubie Kindred and Mr. Cliff Foster of Trinity visited rel- atives and friends in this section Sunday last,and attended church Mr and Mrs Allen Belote, from the Bend country, visited their daughter Mrs. J. H. Burns Sun- day last. Misses Fannie and Bertha Frost, Miss Bessie Duncan and Mr Ilomer Grubbs, of Linden, p...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 18 May 1909

X r^ aB8aiwam<aBgy; MflB r.««^> u. v- • <>'" Jk: -, ^ I;,;,,vfel,;i. ■■■' m&, i ■■ . . -y. l ' ,(«)l tf>,'W,l.1lti .,•,.■*!|i:,' rv«f p*- , ■> -4 •>* >■'# SK~ M "• I V II LOCAL INTELtfG itNGit Wire Cots ht E. it. Shi'liield'sr. An up to ditto line of clothing bf all kinds at C. H. Nelsoo'a. W. C. Taylor attended Id bus- iness in Atlanta lasl Tuesday. Go to J. J. Story lor the best cdill till. A full lino of high grade to- bacco at tie Cabin Drug Store. Hoy I'ricfc is visiting his sis- ter Mrs. V. D. Class this week. Overalls and Work Shirts at Harris, Duncan.& Fant'-i. Fish Poles and Hooks at E. II. ShefHelds. tiorn to ftir. and Mrs. J. C Envin a girl Sunday mwijing. Go to J. J. StoiyWor notions a lid grUCefies. Buy your Shoes frotn Harris, Duncan & Faut. Uucle Dock Mvers and daugh- ter, Miss Sadie, spent Sunday in town. Wagon Sheets at Harris, Duncan & Fa ill's. i)ivefrse Cultivators at E. II. Shellield's. W T. Hatcher, of Caves Springs, was ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 18 May 1909

\) j L ■ML -f i ■ ' . 3? • ■ •.;" •■ ; ; jR. " r~fS.. '' ■' ■ ' ' r ■' "/" .yf" K\ THESTATE LEGISLATURE CUARANTEE OF BANK DEPOSITS, GENERAL APPROPRIATION AND GUN TAX MEASURES. MAY BE ANOTHER SESSION •When Conferences Stopped Work on Measure Saturday Night, Indica- tions, Pointed to Adjournment. Austin: At 11 o'clock Saturday ttight the guaranty of deposits free conference committee knocked off work until Monday with no conclusion reached as to the main points of dif- ference, but with everything pointing to agreement upon a bill. At midnight the free conference com- mittee which has the general approp- riation bill In charge quit work with- out havli); finished with the depart- ments, State Treasurer Sam Sparks having been the last to be called before the committee. It Is understood that the force in tlV Treasurer's Depart- mettt will be reduced, because of the passage of the bill providing for a new system of accounting as to school lands and school notes. The university appropriat...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 18 May 1909

'• . ' " 1 ' % m u 1„ Jtk kf . K. V - j. «+,W ' HOI 6910 MAROONED ON ROOF OF GOTHAM BUILDING, CHILD SUFFERS FRIGHTFUL AGONY. HIS OUTCRIES ARE UNHEEDED Janitor Sees His Peril, But Fails to Go to Rescue—Hands Torn and Bleeding from Efforts to Attract Notice. New York.—When the body of little- Jacob G hen, the three-and-a-half-year- old boy who died of hunger and ex- posure on the roof of 165 Suffolk street, after being imprisoned there for more than 46 hours, was taken to the morgue the other day, it was found that the knuckles of the boy'# chubby fista had been cut almost to the bone from rapping at the heavy, metal-cov- ered door; bis fingers were torn and bleeding from frantically striving to force the knob, and there were finger- marks on his chest where he had clutched himself. During the entire time the child had been exposed to the merciless pelting o? the rain which fell all Tuesday, Tuesday night and Wednesday. It was some time after one o'clock Tuesday afternoon when Jacob l...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 18 May 1909

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 25 May 1909

$.. v ■ E. A. U i^liK, PiibliMlier. > — VOL. 34. i mmWm *«ubM'ri| li«ii, f* r« r Aftmnilr ■■ ■■■.'■ LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, MAY 35, 1909.|. NQ.sm BRANCH HOUSE NOW AT WACO Sett / fi''; -k-; ;:.r 1^;^' ; &£'■ '/• JUST BY OURSELVES. will see the sunshine. I'll be glad BY lou D. STEAKNB. jU8t f°r that!" fefPP V Leyhe Piano Co. Establishes New House at Waco—Larg- est Dealers in State: 1 ■" Attracted by the railroad facil- ities and the rich country sur- rounding, together with the ad- vantages offered in the city, one of the largest piano concerns in the state has located a branch in this city, the VV. A. Leyhe Piano company, whose permanent home will be number 703 Austin street. The Ideating bf tllO Levhe Pi- ano company in Waco was not bn the spur of the moment, but after deliberation and the inves- tigation of the merits of other cities. After a careful survey of the field, this city was selected in Which to establish one of the fast growing firms in Texas. With houses in Dalla...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 25 May 1909

\~ \ V y\ .. Hi&rS* ■ *$ v; KKjfn^* '■ ' y."W 5= =r CASS COUNTY SUN J. B. A. BANGER. Editor and Proprietor NORTH AND CENTRAL TEXAS GETS RAIN "" ■ iLINDEtf, TEXAS ■ SWBaa ? . §£3® ', TUBERCULOSIS CRUSADE. Much has been done In recent weeks to perfect the organization ot those who are associated in an effort to check and reduce the ravages of tuberculosis. The work in behalf of the victims of the disease and for the promotion of preventative measures has been rendered more systematic and practical and productive of re- sults, says the Detroit Free Press. Al- most 700 patients have been the bene- ficiaries of specific ameliorative effort, 150 of these patients being in strait- ened circumstances. The work is no longer on an experimental basis and It is planned to devote in June a day to concerted action looking to the rais. ing of further funds on a plan similar to that employed with a great deal of -success In the June of last year. A good account of their stewardship can ibe give...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 25 May 1909

k < I Hi I I [ I. nmm t1 - is ■ ■, 1 m tlL i THDDLETON TYBOin copy RICHr no 7 Or j a UPPiflCQfT CO n^vsrnAiXD BY MAT WALTERS SYNOPSIS. Three girls — Elizabeth, Gabrlelle and Bible—started for Canada to Hpend the summer there. On board steamer they ■wore frightened by an apparently dement- ed stranger, who, finding a bag belonging to ono of them, took enjoyment In scru- tinizing a photo of the trio. 10U.se shared her Btatpi'oom 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 tho 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 The girls were "not at home," ered by the cards left that one of the mun was Elizabeth's father's friend. The men proved 'to be John C. Blake and Gordon Bennet...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 25 May 1909

CABS COUNTY SUN ■' .% k > :- .. to . • John Banger, Editor «fc Proprietor THE CASH COUNTY 811N fitiliUshott every Tuesday, la entiT'cil at tile Lliuluu pMtoffiltt qh SeooiuUCln B mutter. RATES OK SUBSCRIPTION; Single copy per year ' $1.00 " six months ' 50 cents No papers sent otit without the cash 3n advam&E; paper stopped when time is <ilit, or wc lose it. Obituary notices and cards of thanks wiM be inserted at two-and-a-half cents per line Cass County is dry no more. Heavy rains have fallen every- where and crops afe booming. 1*— 1 i-. J r v? r* m Parties desiring to ship pota- toes with The Atlanta Truck Growers Association had better aend iu their names at ouce. See clipping from the Citizens Jour- nal headed "A Glorious Rain." The Sun calls attenteon to an article taken faotn the Citizens Journal, of Atlanta, under the head of "Industrial League Meet- ing." Why not organize a club in Linden and co-operate with At- lanta in trying to advertise the resources and advant...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 25 May 1909

mm' j *>'■ ;n .■f^iW .' iMS.-'sJW ': |ggjg •' ^*Sr, frrw; INTELLIGENCE An up to date line of clothing bf all kinds at C. II. Nelson's. Overalls and Work Shirts at Harris, Duncan it Fant's. Miss Foster) ol AVinger, is on a visit to Mi9a Mary Williams Mole traps and plovV sliapcS at E. it. Sheffield's. tiny your Shoes from Harris, Duncan <!k Flint. Mr. Ilichard Hudson and wife, of Kiidare, were here last Thursday* Wagntl Sheets itt Harris, Duhiiau & Fant's. Diverse Cultivators at E. H. Sheffield's. R. P. Fant and wife and fttrs. Lena Whitworth went t<J Atlau- ta yesterday. A car load of tliift season's al- falfa at Fant & Givens. m -->*m Mrs. L. C. Weaver and chil- dren are visiting relatives at liryan's Mill. Iron bedsteads at C. H. Nel- Son's. . Fred Loyd and Miss Birdie Leonard visited relatives at feear Cret'k Sunday. SeS about C. P. Cloninger's fruit cans. It will pay you to write before the car arrives. E. A. Alldttv, of Atlanta, was transacting business here...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 25 May 1909

.««■ • ** t *. *4:"; . • ; />. ■ — ■ ; .7 £/m Pi berkshires a good breed. For Improving the Condition of the Common Swine They Are Excellent. The Berkshire Uin has been bred for a longer time, with a view to im- provement, than any other known breed o£ swine. The breed " to-day ipknowledged to b.e (,!).«. best general HEfliosc hog. m 1 1 urpoi 'l-hey are well adapted to the needs of the eastern farmer who makes pork- crowing a valuable appeudage to his dairy; they are adapted to the corn belt, where an easy maturing animal is desfred; they are adapted to the southern farmer who makes forage play an important part in his rations of food, v There is no brand that will breed so true to the marking characteristic of th<^ breed as the Berkshire, and they are rightly named the aristocrats of the show ring. - . The improved Berksbires of the present day are a well-established breed, possessing many definite and valuable qualities, among which are the following: Body black, with smoot...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 25 May 1909

^<3 ■*;. ITI! ' hue eo ii mo Of DYING Ml MAROONED ON ROOF OF GOTHAM BUILDING, CHILD SUFFERS FRIGHTFUL AGONY. HI3 OUTCRIES ARE UNHEEDED NEW LIFE AND STRENGTH BRIGHT IDEA. The TV ! Janitor Sees His Peril, But Falls to Go to Rescue—Hands Torn and Bleeding from Efforts to Attract Notice. New York.—When the body of little Jacob Cohen, tk.e three-and-a-half-year- old boy who died of hunger and ux- ppsuro on the roof of 1G5 Suffolk street, after being imprisoned there lor more than 46 hours, was taken to the morgue the other day, It was found that the knucklea of the boy> chubby fists had been cut almost to the bone from rapping at the heavy, metal-cov- ered door; his fingers were torn and bleeding from frantically striving to force the knob, and there were finger- marks on his chest where he had clutched himself. During the entire time the child had been exposed to the merciless pelting of the rain which fell all Tuesday, Tuesday night and Wednesday. It was some time after one o'clo...

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