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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 30 April 1907

■ ■>} ms * 1 ■ ■- '* ^v;: L, m i -SK Farm ers' Co-Operative Union =—: Of America ============= Tho outlook for those who have planted a good crop of poultry this year is fine. We have had frequent occasion to 'PTeac.h against the destructive forces. This is the doctrine of common senso. Don't waste uny time tearing down 'things. Build up, and those things that will not stand the test of time "will naturally decay and fall to the hand of destructive natural forces. There are now three organizations 'in the field whose business It is to look after the farmer's interests In the cotton crop, and they all promise to do the job "up to tho handle." It is to be hoped that they may all find something worth doing without belit- tling the other efforts that are being made to maintain a reasonable price not only for cotton but for all the farm •crops. You want to be sure that the fellow ■who advances you the money on the •cotton in the warehouse does not get you Into a shape that he can comp...

Publication Title: Cass County Sun, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 30 April 1907

•• OAB8 .COUNTY SUN Joha Baager, XlM-ifcor <fe Proprietor wVi mWkl. iajBESfc ffl® mmm JepB Pfefcr", dHp< . , - •? i&i';'' V r •: OA 99 COUNTY SUN pilbllhll«'l i'\*try rvvmjuy. In cnttK"* at ill* I.nitieu l1®"' <j uV-K> a -4'C<iik<t clBMM lOBlfcr. BATES OP SUBSCRIPTION: Sn;l Copy, oae year, cash iaadvance $1. sis months, ' ' 6C'c. If -«t is z*7zt99 1 Octs per month. Obituary notluemtnd carils of thnnUtt will he innerted at two-auU-a-lmlfceutij jvi- licto. Wii.vt Rooskvici.t is Doing. They tell us Teddy 'h trying To bring Wall Street to taw, i*.nt gives the shipping subsidy To till his hungry maw. !o tells them they are subject \> the count ry's rules and laws, But say h that they can get itback By the Tariff's sharpened claws. Oh, Teddy, lie's a wonder; He [tats Wall Street on its knee, And tells it he is u working For that asset currency-?^. He tells the railroad nabobs, They must give a "Fairdeah" But allows thern watered "cattle And net per centuge steal. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 30 April 1907

' tit A big slock of 25ct 0. II. NelsOll's. Uncle Dan Bartlelt, of near Kildare, was in town liist week. Apple vinegar at I. N. Marett'a. Mr. Crawford, of O'Kurrell, wus on our streets yesterday. Soda "> cents pftf pound at E. Jt. Sheffield* Mis I! NV'.vi Sjii ,v i'ir< lati\nid lYi-' irii ; • ''' in the rilv The weather i ; sifll farmeiH are gottinjj; "blue" oyer their crops. Some have phuiten R. K. Swiuford and.S. L. Ful- ler were in town one day last week. Justice Nipprr's Court was iu session yesterday, several coses being disposed of. IIay!—Miciter-v-that's all. Just received a car of the finest alfalfa hay that ever went down i the pike. Prices as low as the XM. H tit"' I i Look at our line of in ens pants, j ll,o pest in town. C. II Nelson, j C. C. Ilines and Wife went, to j Atlanta last Friday. W. IT. Crow and wife went to JHBfefson Oft® day iaet week. | ,6n(j|; ^ly^ " llay, Corn, Bran and Chops Cyclones sweept through dif— for sal® lit the Glass Fiont. j ferent section...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 30 April 1907

■' is# i MS W IERSTONE PYT > HOLD EPOCHAL CERE- AT WEATHERFORD. 1 B8" 1 £ :mt WIDOWS AND ORPHANS HOME Great Crowd of Members Are Present From Every Part of the State and From Other States. Weatherford, Tex., April 23.—The ceremonies of laying the cornerstone of the Widows and Orphans' Home of the grand lodge of the Knights of Pythias yesterday were witnessed by about 4,000 people. The weather was cold and fair—having cleared after a rain in the morning. The special train from Dallas brought about 800 Pythlans from Dallas, Fort Worth and other stations along the route. The postoflice and all four of the banks were closed all day and the business house3 were closed from 11 a m. until 4 p. m. |S , The special train carrying the Pythl- ans arrLved at noon. Eleven beeves were slaughtered and barbecued for the occasion Sunday evening, and the crowd partook of an old-fashioned bar- becue dinner before the ceremonies were entered upon. There waa plenty for all and to spare. At 1:30 p. m....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 30 April 1907

HHHI 1. - " i® ■ m I i FROM ALL OVER TEXAS A negro woman was arrested in Dal- las Wednesday night, who was want ed for Btabblng another negress to death In Corslcana a few days since. Two brothers named Butler, while blasting a well at Eddy were over- come by the fumes from the explosion, but will recover. Dr. A. W. Acheson, candidate for Governor on the Reorganized Repub- lican ticket in the last campaign, was elected Mayor of Denison Saturday over three other candidates. Michael Reilly of Dallas, 07 years of age, was found dead in his room at the Club Hotel in North Fort Worth Monday morning and the Justice who investigated decided that death wa3 due to heart failure. Isham Wilder died recently at Naples. He was about 70 years old. He had lived In Texas since boyhood. He served in several expeditions against the Indians in the early '50's and was in several engagements. While in a friendly scuffle over some trivial possession with a friend, Peter ConsLatfio, of Rosebud, was shot a...

Publication Title: Cass County Sun, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 30 April 1907

r • ■ ♦ /s* &tnt i (u-al Ueport, of Atoerrleon Colored pu . School No. 4 i 90G t iine ■KTf.V V.V' S? >'•■ I 1«1 i I District No. 12. ' > viool opened 0:t, 20, Wm I closed March 8, 191.)?; months. -1U- pupils under schol'tc ago 4 of " " 45 "" over " " (5 T'>!■; * enrollment 55 i'o. grades taught jn gram me r dept. 8 -• >■ grades taught in academic dept. 1 1 lMvorkdona in each grade i i commendable. Money Raised. ?! 'cd. for sale of wood $7.75 " " saw-stock . 2.75 by open Colletiou 3.75 from pupila above and under -lioolastic age tuition fees 12.75 Tot al amount collected $27.00 Expenditures. r.iid for I school map #1.00 "1 tablecloth 1.25 "2 boxes crayons .20 lumber for making desks 1.00 black board polish .50 3 dozen pencils . ,10 i\v, twice i .50 ove joints .25 x)il for oiling saw .10 5>iils . 1.45 msi-itant 3.25 \ i u')3r for fencing in school , building and yard. 17.40 T._>tal expenditures $27.0 > Improvements. Value of improvemett as esti- mated by Trust...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 7 May 1907

'■m rfyf rs I :? 1 J. E A. Publisher. ;> A. Paper Devoted to the best Interests of the People. *tib#cripMou, fl -4WFit *m«h VOL 32. LINDEN. TEXAS, TUESDAY, MAY 7. 1907. NO. 19. WANTED 1,000 Organizers, to organize the col- ored people of the United States Into The Negro Farmer and La- borers' Educational, Co-Opero- tive Union of America, Charter, ed by the State of Texas, and Copy-Iiighted by the United States, and Indorsed by the Exe1 c«tive Committee of the White Farmer* Union of Texas; for further particulars address, J. E. A. Bang Kit, Linden Texas. - W. V. STOVAlXM. PHYSICIAN and OBSTETRICIAN Protnnt attention given to all calls $ny or night; price* to nait the times. Your patronage solicited. ..INDtiN, TEXAS. SoMic Observations, fi' one's motives are pure/and conduct right one need not fear calumuv. When you pray don't ask for what you want, but for what you really need, '>. Don't stifle or drug your con- science and then claim moral ig- norance as an excuse for wrong. n...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 7 May 1907

ife If The Cass County Sun. JOHN SANGER, Publisher* LINDEN, ■ . - - - TEXAS VILLAGE IS WIPED OUT STORM IN COOKE COUNTY DE- STROYS HEMMING. THE DAMAGE IS WIDESPREAD Dennis Kearney, who, in the late seventies headed the "Sand lot" agi- tation against the Chinese in Califor- nia, died Thursday night at his home at Alameda. The twelfth annual convention of the National Association of Manufac- turers of the United States will be held at the Waldorf Astoria on May 20, 21 and 22. In an explosion In the Morgan Slope mine, at Black Diamond, Wash., four men were killed and five fatally hurt. Fourteen others were severely Injured. A check for $1,000 was received In Richmond, Va., a few days since from Andrew Carnegie for the Home ol Needy Confederate Women. No con dltlons are attached to the gift. The Grayson County farmers are very busy at the present time in plant lng their cotton crop. A conservative estimate places the acreage at least 20 per ccnt greater than last season. A laTge crew in ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 7 May 1907

if'-f wt\< w fsp ; I I • r i % t- .i ( TO HELP LOCAL OPTION LEGISLATION PROPOSED THAT MAKES VIOLATION A FELONY. TEXT BOOK BILL IS PASSED The Governor Gottln* Action on Text Book Bill, Ft*C -ike a Chris- tian Man. Austin, Tex., May J.—The Senate paused the text book bill yesterday evening, after having spent two days 4n the labor of fitting It to the Gov- ernor's views, as expressed In his memorandum vetoing the bill passed in the regular session. According to its provisions, he may seek whither his fancy leads him for men to com- pose the text book board. The new bill provides several orig- inal features which were not in the one that the Governor vetoed. Per- haps the most important of these was that put in at the instance of Senator Center authorizing the State Board to permit the retention of any books now used in a city operating under a spe- cial charter when it is shown that a change would, considering the general result, save expenses to the schools ■of said city. The Gove...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 7 May 1907

*&£ •CASS CGtJNTY SUN lTTii "ii'ii'mii l iWrtlliiis*Ht" i «iiic i**-**-. Jphjl wauuwt Biditor <fc ^Proprietor '1 HKCA'SS COUNTY HUN published evo^y Tiii'tUnv is entered flt'tttoTJrtfloU'pOBtOffloo hb Sk'couil Clans matter. RATBS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Single copy per year ' ' $1.00 H. six-months ' SO cents No papers sent out without the cash "in advance; paper stopped when time is vi'.it, orV"c lose it. Obituary notices anil cards of (hanks Vill be inserted at two-and-a-half cents per Itfie. mm hsrs im ssl |®y: Bp ft II m ( (H'NTY SUPEHINTEN-DENT. Tho contest for County Super- lintciident of Schools is on. The candidates are Prof. M. *G. Bates of Atlanta, and Prof. T. 15. Price •of Hughes' Springs. Both well icnowri in Cass County. While we favor the one we have no words tjf criticism for the other. Prof. Bates is a graduate of * lie University of Georgia, a man of more than 25 years experience nix years superintendent of Fort Worth City schools, and for 11 (years superintendent of...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 7 May 1907

ZOO J.I L\n,J:LLW. German Millet seed a* th.c Glass Front. Mra. Charlie Powell went to At-1 lauta Shopping last Saturday. 0. W Baker and family visited J Fletch Albright'p family Sunday.; r "^\ "" Ty Curlr.es $2.50 pants at 0. li . | NBliOn'14. None better. • —•—•*- — ■ ' "— J <4«t yo'ir Sugar, UoffeG and j !Flour at E. H. Sheffield's Tax Assessor, Cicero Harper Was in the city yesterday. Li-d: tin ware at the Glass Front. Hill SteWart, of Atlanta, wab in town yesterday. Fibbing. Poles at E.--H. Sheffield's*. —r—7. ,• ,/ust received a niee line 01 China ware at the jGHisj Front. • 'OyVvv- ' Prof. It. F. Greer was in town yesterday. M, : Gat?up 10 and tScts at F<. H. feheffisld's. GoToTTj. Story's for your Medicines. He fceeps every- thing that a family ydos. T. B. Price, of Hughes Springe, was on oi\r streets yes- terday. $lba of good green coffee for f L.UO, and 71bs of g* od roasted coffee for $1.00, cash prices. >• C. II. Nelson. ' Mrs. N. S. Spearman returned lid me Sat...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 7 May 1907

a ™ VP*1" 6 i£/'W tlf I"-.-- f iiafessl i# ■w-H'' - 80M1 GOOD HOME REMEDIES. Hfl iWllffiOSSa Hot Water Cloths at a Poultice— Proper Treatment of Burns. Cloths dipped In hot water reafllly act an a poultice aud have few equals in reducing pain. Cloths which have been dipped in hot water and then are wrapped around a hot water bottle will have all the efficacy of those freshly dipped and rung out, and will retain their heat and moisture for hours. This is a good thing to bear In mind ■when it ia difficult to change cloths every few minutes, as when one Is taken suddenly 111 In a boarding house or wherever attendants are hard to And. One of the most healing of applica- tions In the case of bad burns is made from raw potato without adding any- thlny to it. Orate it freshly every time the poultice Is to be changed, and, after putting it thickly on a cloth, lay over the bums. The heat of the burn will yield like magic to its dripping coolness, which, however, dries rapid- ly. It should be...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 7 May 1907

■ '#? cl §>• V FROM ALL OVER TEXAS A new building to accommodate 10U more girls Is to be erected at onco at Baylor University und will be lo- cated to the west of and adjoining the present structure. The Texas Oil Company, now lay- ing a pipe line from Tulsa to the Gulf, expects to reach Dallas by July 1. This part of the line will be put into immediate use. Carpenters have commenced work on the Trinity and Brazos Valley's freight depot at Waxahachle. The building will be a frame structure, and will be temporarily used as a ticket office. The Orient Railroad Company la laying Bteel north out of Knox City. Track wllL soon be laid to the Brazos Hover. The work will be pushed on to Benjamin as fast as possible. At Texarkana, Officer Harris killed two negroes In attempting to arrest oae of them named Roberts. The officer shot Roberts and was advanced upon by Ransom Silllman, whom he shot dead. IS. M. Lanier of Texarkana was struck by. a Rose Hill electric car la that city and had his...

Publication Title: Cass County Sun, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 7 May 1907

! OH 11,1)KEN H CRY plaintive cry goes to (Jod, > rea'eue from the clutches nil tho mills :i'* pale, rlvnirfeil children stoop- ing 'noath their load, blood-bound hills:— the death that feeds oa dark- ness and on dust Xueks from our cheeks the birthright of our j*ears, Ihe endless din of wheel aud chain and bar chuts from our ears Life's song and leaves us tears. 1 he Bad, sad tears oi ignorance and toil, • ht\v fall unnoticed from our weary eyes; know not what we raise, we only feel 1i Death means rest, then Death were paradise. We hufcc known nothing in our narrowed lives, But restless nights, and-still more rest'less days; I he ceaseless clanking of the tireless looms The only music that attends our ways." "j Eg-oinetiineB a tired child drops from its place, ."Its pallid hands are still, its task is done; But-ere the whee.1* have paused the empty space Haa claimed another, and tluj mill goes on. 4' Oh ye who fill the halls of\ State, give heed! Give ear unto our cry for Libert...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 14 May 1907

n v -&A . j. k. A. BiNGER, I'ubliKher. >• A. ]Paper 3Devoted to the best Interests of the lJeople. Subscription, #S.OO a ei Ann* VOL 33. LINDEN. TEXAS, TUESDAY, f MAY 14, 1907. NO. 9X 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.. Bangek, Linden Texas. H.E.LIGOlSr, M. t>. Offers his services to the people of Linden and surrounding country. Prompt atten- tion given to all calls day or night, your v practice solicited. . Office with Dr. Davis. Cull at J. 0. Goodman's Bar- ber Shop for first class work Everything clean and nice, up- to-date hair cut, sharp raisors and clean shaves, all in apple pie order. C. E DAVIS, M. D., physician and obstetrician linden, texas. .Pro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 14 May 1907

rtmam v*. |BSSB \,v, Wb: '^wS$| ; ■ feV •' •-"I County Sun. ' m Ifr' l§g EH®: r mm. m EKpfl IP jSfe, (uk*, SSf^>W; ■ A TORNADO'S WRATH ilu<itl>iG CP D01Nts 0F <""lll( C86WD' JOHN BANGER, PubHshsr. UNPEN, - - TEXAS v The Commissioners' Court of Travis County has ordered a prohibition elec- tion to be held June 1. The petition was signed by 1,600 voters. Mr. J. A. Patch, of Fredericksburg, aged 84 years, an old pioneer settler from Germany, killed himself with a ehotgun. Oklahoma Republicans will hold a State Delegate Convention at Tulsa June 6. when Secretary Taft is go!r to be present and make an address. President Roosevelt has been made an honorary member of the Army of the Potomac at the thirty-seventh an- nual convention at the Belasco The ater in Washington. Thirty years after being indicted for the murder of William King in Madison County, Ga., William Graham ■was arrested recently in all County, where he has lived since 1877. W. D. Wilbur, of Paris, Tex., and asso...

Publication Title: Cass County Sun, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 14 May 1907

:h -«? ffi % W ! Look out for the mortgage octopus; that is the one that eats up the bread aud clothes of the poor man. That life is well spent which has blessed other lives and has made men H be better from its contact. If you want the machinery and wagon-maker to keep busy, leave your wagon and other tools and imple- ments out in the weather. I "Life is earnest, life is real, Aud the grave is not the goal," When you hook up with the mortgage, You sell the body and the soul. There is no time nowadays, if there ever was, for the dreamer. This is the day when men do something. You tnust do something, or the somethings will do you. VdSpEffii: ■ ' Now that that cotton is coming on all right, it is a good time to see that the warehouse is growing large -enough to hold all of the crop, if nec- essary. Tennessee started with a State Union about one year ago. At that time there were 150 local Union*; now there are over 500. This is from the habit of doing things. We have no time to discuss...

Publication Title: Cass County Sun, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 14 May 1907

S '}& it- e v- Mi tor •oprietor TUBCAhS COT7NTY8UN published cvt-ry Tuf-*l; y, ir tiitned t the Linden poatoffico uu Second ClMsfl mat/to. r.ue.s op subscription: <"opy per year ' • $1.00 " six months ' 50 cents Np paperr sent out without the cash in AttVANCK; paper stopped when time is rut or we lore it. Obituary rfotiees and cards of thanks wilt-be inserted at two-anda-half ccats The new law fixes a lieavy pen- alty on both the assessor and the commissioners for fixing a less value on intangibleproperty tha.i is fiixed by the State Reve- nue Agent. It was law last year i><it wit hout the penalty, and our commissioners only taxed 20.per cent oflt. •'■'S'- ; • We are glad of the law, penal- ty and all. It is claimed that the intangible values of the State of Texas foots up more than two hundred million; ($200,000,000) which vast sum has hitherto es- caped taxation. adjotbxhd Without a Day. On lust Saturday night at 12- 25 A. M. the special session of the thirtieth Texas...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 14 May 1907

4/ s villo, was a visitor yesterday. Get your Sugar, Ooffoe and Floii'r atE. II. Sheffield's J. JJkrtiett, Hughes Springs' accommodating and genial Postmaster, was Visiting in town yesterday. Curlr.es $2.50 pants at C. II. NelffonV. None better. John L. Lovelace, senior edit- or of the Atlanta News, was a Linden visitor yesterday. Fishing Poles at E. II. Sheffield's. D. H. Humphrey, of Milner was in the Hub yesterday. Cat9iip 10 and.l5cts nt E. H. Sheffisld's. John P. Fant, of Lanier, was on our streets yesterday. Dont overlook t^iat large line of pocket knives at C. II. Nel- son's. Every knife warranted Sho6s of best quality at the Glass Front. Messrs J. M. Daniels and J. C. Cromer were in town last Fri- day. Go to J. J. Story's for your Notions^ Grocories and Medi- cines. A nice line of Pabts at the 'Glass Front. Mr9. G. W. Goody was shop- ing in town Friday. 8lbs of good green cotfee for $1.00, and 71bs of good roasted boffee for $1.00, cash prices. C. H. Nelson. Go to J. J. Stor...

Publication Title: Cass County Sun, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 14 May 1907

TP® li ] "• -ill S&&V J SIMPLE. tied with, Escap* Wan Easy. bafore the dawn of his fame it was the practice of a certain *®tl known author to wander up and down the land seeking what he might devour In the way of suggestion and local oolor. In this way he had drift- ed down Into Arkansas, "roughing It," and not, as he expresses It, presenting an appearance calculated to i.-ispire a hotel proprietor with unlimited confi- dence. The oaly hotel In the town, a frame structure, seemed to have been built upon the theory that there was plenty of room straight up, but that ground had to be bought, and the wanderer was shown to a room on the third floor, reached through many narrow and winding passages. From the one window It was a straight drop to the ground. "Say, how would I get out of this place In case of fire?" he asked the landlord, who had brought up his grip. The other eyed him coldly. "Wall," he drawled, "all yo' would have to do would be to Bhow ther night watchman—the one...

Publication Title: Cass County Sun, The
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