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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 14 September 1909

4 • ■ nsstS*' mvw'ys, _ . at? ^Jr '//■} I ;iT!V' -C W/// . •£ >V® •":; '.. ,; ' .. v 'I ' / • ri I* t f ■ \ " ', . -, irt,' 1 ,f , TT'JSRW •itS -T^WV- siSfili RBi II'' WMfi r y r Try This This Summer There will come many times this summer when the heat will be almost unbearable. And your thirst will refuse absolutely to be quenched by plain water, or the average sweet soda fountain Imdriiik5 or bottled beverages. DRINK wc WM hWtkvJ&A You will be surprised and delighted at its cooling cffect and at how completely it will quench youi" thirst. You will find it as refreshing and delicious W a summer drink as coffee is a winter drink. And it's as-pure and whole- sditfe—as harmless as the tea, or coffee, or milk, or cocoa you drink at the table every day of your life. ' But do not be deceived into accepting a substitute—refuse any other drink that claims to be as good or better. Insist on and GET THE GENUINE At Soda Foimtaks er Carbonated in Bottles 5c Everywhere Chicago, April 15,...

Publication Title: Cass County Sun, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 21 September 1909

i:W Ww • i'i' ,' ■ Ml nuMl n ass vf > err,. I e J E. A. B41\'ftER, Publisher. > A JPaper Devoted to the best Interests of the IPeople. SnbtcripMon, VOL. 34. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1909. J. E. A. BANGER, One of the People J. L. Griffin, To say nothing of J. L. (Jrif: fins style, one roustf be impressed with two things. • /First:—He is thoroughly insin- cere in what he says. Second:—That he writes with- out dueinforrhatlon,wliicIi6tigtit to.b'e inexcusable. In writing for the public col- umns of a newspaper the object should be to give the news, or to convey information. Ftr. Griffin doe! neither, but his effort shows an utter lack of correct informa- tion; besides, he uses animmence amount of sophistry. I will not believe that he is so dense as not to know that my wage figured of $1.00 for American labor and 7c ft-r the,.Tap. was simply to il- lustrate that it made no differ- once what *he wages of different countries are, if it procures a living for each and no ...

Publication Title: Cass County Sun, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 21 September 1909

. ii 1 $$ K0 I I mjmi0 wmnt-i Singular ant) Plural. "Whenever she gets to thinking how mucfc they're in debt it affects her nerorea." "Huh! the way it affects her husband is singular.' "How sin- gular T" "Just singular, It affects his 'uwve.' He tried to borrow a hundred from me to-day."—Catholic Standard «nd Times. Women In Postal Service. The distinction of first appointing a woman postmaster doeB nut belong to America, nor is the employment of women In the postftl service a new Idea. As early as 1548 a woman post- master was appointed to look after the malls of Braine le Comte, an im- portant town of France. In the try- ing times of the Thirty Years' war, the principal ofllce in the postal serv- ice of Europe was held by a woman, Alexandrine de Rue. From 1628 to 1646 she was In charge of the malls of tiie German empire, the Nether- lands, Burgundy and Lorraine. She was known as a master general of the malls. In America, Elizabeth Harvey was the first to hold a place In the postal...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 21 September 1909

pr> > r; W £ Baptist Tex.. says: "Four yearB ago I Buffered misery with 1 u m b a, g o. Every movement was one of pain. Doan's Kid- ney Pills removed the whole difficulty after only a short time. Although I do not like to have my name used publicly, I make an exception -in this case, so that other sufferers troin kidney troublg may profit by my •xperience." Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box, Voster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. THE TROUBLE. Don't take it so hard," said tha ■sympathetic friend; "remember that though your daughter is married you •have not lost her." '1 know it," Bobbed the bride's moth- er. "That's the trouble. Julia and her husband have already picked out the best room in the house for theirs." Mottoes of a Queen. Her majesty, the queen of Portugal, pins her faith, it is said, to the follow- ing mottoes: Keep out of doors all you can. Breathe outdoor air, live in it, revel In it. Don't Bhut yourself up. Build your houses so that the air supply 1s good. Throw aw...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 21 September 1909

v hi—-. " : John Banges, Editor & Proprietor TilKOASS COUNTY BUN published W>> ■ Tuesday, is euterotl *t the Mnd'Cu'pOrtWtMO as ScoouiI.CIbbh mutter. RATIiS 01' subscription: opy per year ' $1.00 " six months ' 50 cents Nopaperssent out without the cash in advancB; paper stopped when time is out, or we lose it. m -ffw® mm, ' c J ■ft ' iW&f wm mm ■ mmi M m; '■V.1 '0f- fS#:* I "A i, < wk M$k Obituary notices and cards of thanks *vill be inserted at two-and-a-half cents per line — The light between W. J. Bryan and J. YV. Bailey is likely to prove that the whole system of the Tariff is a fraud and robery, as we have always contended, Whether it be ''Tariff for protec- tion," or "Tariff for revenue, on- ly." Indeed we have always said there is not the worth of a 5c counterfeit nickel between them, any way. The last Con- gress hrts proved it true, and now Bailey and Bryan are going to prove the whole scheme a sys- tem of gross deception; OFFICIAL STATEMENT OP THE FINANCIA...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 21 September 1909

"" -jSU t ■ ■ ft 'jp?* \s' ■ 1 a^m 8L •:_. mmm \ ?'ffl X.. ' IS ia«: We have just put in the Nobiest Line of Dry Goods and Notions ever Linden, / We can furnish and fit you from the ground up. Can Satisfy the Outer Man as Well as the Tnnftr Ladies, come look at our line of DRESS GOODS and NOVELTIES. Fine line of Shirts &c for men. : We do not expect to get all your business, but ask that you look through our line before you buy. We Pay WKartiet Price for Cotton* , > Bring th£ family along; Make otir store Headquarters. Yours for business, & FANT. i mm' m. I to mm mi LOCAL INTELLIGENCE Watch jfohn S. Morris' rem- .«• t iiant county for Bargains. , 5 or 6 doses **606*' will cure any case — - df Chills and fi ver. Price 25c. | Mr. John Fuuilan and Miss Breeden's ~ Rheumatic Cure Clara Hailstori. were married at fojit fails. Cabin Drug Store. .Hughes flyings Sunday. Born to Me. aiid Mis. Wilbur Our line of Curlee's boys' and Latham, on the 12th, a tine ^©ns' pants are complet...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 21 September 1909

41# • vv ' ¥X: ! ■* oass oounjty sun Joha Bangui, Editor OFFICIAL Hfl r \Q'' ■ " IK i""~ ^ P\j{ ■ i H|'-: vj/'.J ?... • imam NMM '" \nt of the n of the Bank distric: } THBOASB COt'UTV SU^ydgK- TucBilay, Is euti'rwt at fj>«, ■ asSc'T WALL STREET \S PASSED AWAY. ProprietorioN to sell waters-pierce _ oil company reset for SEPTEMBER 24. WAS WORTH $500,000,000 The Exact Time of Hi# Death Known Only In a Limited Circle. Is Arden, N. Y., Sept. 14.—Through the flulet Isles of the Ramapo woods the body of ISdward Henry Ilarrlman was carried yesterday from the great house he never lived to see finished, and laid tu its last resting place on the Arden hillside. The rulers of Wall street came from New York to pay their last tribute, but the most prominet part in tu the funeral ceremonies was taken by the men who knew him best as a master of acres or the hill and valley in this most rugged part of rugged Orange County. The funeral was private and only those who had received invitations from M...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 21 September 1909

mm mm ■sf Rw^KHRPHHRi, ~~{m = HffVfll DEN. - - 1—111 - in ■■— rani NEWS FROM OVER TEXAS I I i I l I ; The river at Brownsville continues to fall slowly. A 3-year-old negro girl was burned to death on the O. W. Stewart farm near Poetry Thursday. No one was present when the accident occurred. Walter, son of J. M. Jones, a farm- er living a few miles south of Forney, died Monday as the result of being kicked by a mule. The Quanah and Gull' Railway, or ganieed in Quanah. to build to the Gulf at or near Galveston, will apply for a charter this week. It is said to be an independent road. An election will be held in Waxa- hachJe Oct. 12 to determine whether or not bonds in the'sum of $20,000 shall be floated for the extension oi tbe water system and improvement oi the public school system. An election to determine whether bonds to the amount of $15,000 shall be floated for the purpose of erecting a combination flre station and City Hall at San Angelo has been ordered fofr Tuesday, Oct. 12....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 21 September 1909

I, If 0:\83 COUNTY SUN T T. 1= Job,a Baages, Editor & Pr. <" -.1 ^rUKC.VTJ? ;L T~* * This is not one of the largest Banks in.2STorttKEffcat Texas, but one bi the Safest Xtistitrttions We make small loans to farmers who p-ivo good se- curity There is no town that can successfully do business without a bank. We went your account. If you have money deposit with us; if you have none come and borrow from us. I. N. MARETT, Cashier. WINCHESTER MODEL 1906 .28 CALIBER Extra Light Weight Repeating Rifle I i isip> m ipi ■ fe>,V EMI Jplli" Choose Wisely ... when you buy a SEWING MACHINE. You'll find aH sorts and kindi&i correrecnding prices. But if you want a reputable serviceable Machine, then take - WHITE- 27 years experience has enabled us to bring1 out a HANDSOME, SYMMETRICAL and WELL-BUILT PRODUCT, combining in its make-up all the good points found on high grade machines and other* that are exclusive!/ .WHITE—for instance, our TENSION INDI- CATOR, a device that shows the t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 28 September 1909

3 r • -- ■* Mi ! . CT. , ,. s - iW I i i " r imrnm w ▼ I j. E. A. B&NCiER, Publisher. } .A. l?aper Devoted to the best Inter&kts of tlie [People * Subscription, $1.00 Per Ann tut ..i (>;■ VOL. 34. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1909. LETTERS FROM The Negro Farmer «ind Laborers Educational, Co-Operative Union of America. i Indorsed by the white union of Texas, Oklahoma and other states. This column is for the tide of each Lfcfcal Union. v All letters should be addressed to J. E, A. Banger, Sec.-Tfeasurer, Linden, Texas. Henrvetta, Ok.—/E A Ban- ger: As I am greatly interested fn organizing, the negroes in my Slate, I want to enter into the woftf like Bro. T J Grayson. I net you at our State convention, at Shawnee, Ok., on the 17th; but did not know you was the General Secretary of the Negro F L E Co-0 U of America; but Bro. Grayson who is ever alert for such things found you OK and is organizing unions. We fire very anxious to c voperate with the negroes, and as tle...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 28 September 1909

: i. ,rf-i, cd TEXAS '=s Is one big, hard, unchart the crippled aviator. When the army balloon corps Is or Kanlzed high privates will be in de- mand, Don't hesitate to tell the census taker your age. He has sworn to be discreet It is estimated that out of a popu- lation of 40,000,000 in Great Britain, 12,000,000 are either under or ou the poverty line. The world over Americans have- a reputation for doing things. That's why the foreign aviators at Rhcims accord Curtiss so much respect. Society must bo improving since the •various scorching denunciations it has received. The news comes from New port that there is a lobster famine 1 ii-r; II People may not be able to explain rationally the popular sympathy with a jury that declares a man insane who recites poetry, but the sympathy Is there, all the same. Women who have won farms In "the S" government lottery can if unmarried doubtless get all the help they need for harvesting their crops without ap- plying to the employment agencies. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 28 September 1909

wW ;.V"V ,f,K. ;.v y - ■"• 'w$, 'jp-i ■ ■ ■ • = A POST NAfilXii ROMANCE BY CYfi US TO JLLUd77?AT/Om 8Y PAY WALTERS ^COPYRIGHT, /908 £>Y WQ_ CHAPMAN.) ND B SYNOPSIS. The Escapade opens, not tn the ro- tnnnce preceding the marriage of Ellen Sloeum, a Puritan miss, and Lord Car- rlngton of England, but in their life after settling In England. The acene la placed, just following tlu> revolution, in Carrlng- ton castle In England. The Carrlngtons, •after a house party, engaged in a family tilt, caused by Jealousy. Lord Carrlng- ten and his wife euch made charges of faithlessness against the other In con- tinuation of the quarrel. First objecting Lads igainst playing cards with the guests, Lady Carrlngton agreed to cut cards with Lord Strathgate, whose attentions to Ellen had bocome a sore point with Car- •rington. The loss of $100,000 failed to per- turb her, and her husband then cut for is wife's I. O. U. and hie honor, Car- ~ aen I.fiflv Carrl._„ attentions __ . r^-— - -u Ladit &...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 28 September 1909

im m m ■"-J ■!■■•! ■ ■. ? •. ■jTii. UUK..9 9 I I I 1 J iw«i } ■ s ■Mm -■■ : ■ TlIKCASS OOtlNTV SUN ^Vu'bcti OTHy Tucedajr, Is enteral at the Linden po tolB".o h Seoond;Class matter Rates of subscription: Single copy p'ef year ' $1.00 COUNTY SUN REVIVAL MEETING. —«=r=r Tho protracted meeting,which Started «t the Baptist church Editor <& J^ropri'etor | *>iday is progressing nicely. Several of the business men close their doors and kttfihd 1.0 o'clock service in the morning. Rev. Jdllb Holland, of Ml. Pleasant; 13 doing the " six months ' 60 cents preuehing He is a splendid No papers sent out without the cash preacher, And presents some very forceful and convincing ar- 'gumieiits in portraying the joys ; and benefits to be derived Irom living a Christian life; and he also makes some strong pleas to those w.ha are not Christians to turn over on the Lord's side and seek the sweet joys which only come to the believer. His ser- rnbhS are upiiltii.g and inspir- ing, and we beiio.v...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 28 September 1909

"* 56f.*a s'gra 4«1 V. mA\m I UifcB '£m v • yi\ M ... I 1 ■ ■ 1. ,'" '■ ■■- ——■■ ■ — - — — mi ..fcri..- ■■■•• ,pniiiitf, We haVe jlist put in the Nofciest Line of Dry 'Goodfe alid Notions ever shown in Linden. We can furnish and fit you frcm the ground up; x Can Satisfy the Outer Man as Well as the Timor _— ::wt''J:.: . v* Ladies, come look at our line of DRESS GOODS and NOVELTIES. Fine line Of Shirts &c for men. : We do not expect to get all your business, but ask that ybu lobk through our line before you buy; 117 JPttff Market Price,,foM Bring the family along; Make our store headquarters. Yours 7*r /J r5H'l .. ■' % ' iiH'l . .#*■ business; &FANT. 'LOCAL INTELLIGENCE (Glo to J. T. Sheffield & Co. aiid stive money on Shoes. 6 or 0 doses "666" of Chills and Fever. will cure any case Price 25c. Mr. Chas. Kirkland and wife were trading in town yesterday. Pencils and tablets for all the school children at the Cabin JDrtlg Store. - , ^ifaTcrSirNelson, of K.ljdare, ii! 'Ifieh...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 28 September 1909

T^-^W'Tt v$* • -• ■■« pffl II H i ' I 1«S r-:^i,ffi«icf ;yJW,•>fr9"'*?i« JJSr? ^''"V-*'V •"'/ ' ;"■' ''• > v yi \. ¥ ■ ■ : ""' .-v. : m _j—_. :—~ ' "■' fif * , ITaft Lets Waters Flow Into Un- compahgre Valley. BIG PROJECT IS COMPLETED Mountain Ridge Pierced by the Gov- ernment In Order to Irrigate Beautiful, But Semi-Arid Tract in Colorado. Montrose, Col., Sept. 23.—President Standing at the weBt portal of the great GunC.aon river tunnel a little before five o'clock this afternoon, pulled a lever, and with a mighty rush the waters of the river six miles away poured Into the Uncompahgre valley In a life-giving flood. Thousands of men and women who a moment before had stood In allent awe burst forth In wild cheering, can- Then John C. 13*11 delivered the formal address of. welcome, to which Presi- dent Taft responded briefly and happily., The exercises here con eluded with remarks by Senator Charles J, Hughes and Gov. John Shafroth. At four*o'clock trains start ed for the west p...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 28 September 1909

" •:5- ^v; /-M- $1™®' 1. .; • ■. I NEWS FROM OVER TEXAS Fire, discovered Friday night at Sherman, wa« attended by a loss of approximately ?5,000. Another big gasser haa been struck in the Petrolla oil and gas fields, six- teen miles east of Wichita Falls. The Daughters of the Confederacy netted about 50 for the Hood Hrigado monument fund l>y their tag day, ..■ > Thursday, in Denton. During the stay of President Taft at El Paso, the Adjutant General's De- partment will detail a large part of the ranger force to that city. The peanut factory of Terrell will start for the season's run about Oct. 1. The yield of peanuts in this section of the state will be light, It is re- ported. Smith County's cotton receipts so far are 5,500 bales, much larger than . for many years previous. Tyler has received 2,811 bales, which is a record breaker. The War Department has decided to drill a series of fifteen or twenty ar- tesian wells at Fort Sill, Okla., as a supply source for a water system a...

Publication Title: Cass County Sun, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 28 September 1909

saw •■ iift MSjjgpp ■ 5. m. • : \ i —=~— v :- ——** UM> ass County State Bank !# $8^ CapitalJStock, $15,000*Q0* This is not, one of the largest Banks in 1STdrtli-JGast Texas, but o 11 o of tlie Safest Institutions We make small loans to farmers who give good se- curity- There is no town that can successfully do business without a bank. We wtf.nfc your account. If you have money deposit with us; if you have none come and borrow from us. •" * I. N. MARETT,! Cashier. —— Is? •;vasdSIB it m vmmM'O :r % , hw'%[ fki" W\ Wiksay^' \p8ti ; Siff'". A Delicious w*'5- and Wholesome Summer Drink When you are casting about in your mind for "the best beverage'* to quench your thirst, refresh you and cool you off, think of t II iw wk ' fesJ It does all of these things to perfection and has the addi- tional vaKie of being as absolutely wholesome and bene- ficial as the tea, coffee, milk or cocoa you drink every day. tVh1Fi3 it (Toes not taste at all like coffee it has the same refreshing qualities,...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 28 September 1909

- F — THE STATE OF TEXAS mS: kTo the Sheriffor aay (Jon- ible ol €as Comity— tEETIACI pu Are Hereby Comm anped to sum Jd M. Farris by making publica- this Citation once in each week |ucccssive weeks previous to the hereof, in some newspaper iin your County, if there be a ^published therein, but if not ^newspaper published in ^District; but if there be no jlished in said Judicial newspaper published ^rict to said 6th Judi- ■ at the next regu- Court of Cass |he Court House Jst Monday fcainc being then tied in list A. ■''ill THE NATIONAL BANK mmmmmmmm* —of jefferson, texas,—* : «-> (Successors to J. T Rogers ft Sofc) INE8S ESTABLISHED 1808, SjJNG 1896. Ir ' Offers to its Patrons Prompt Attention and any Accommodations Consistent with Sound Banking Principles COMMERCIAL ,.u TORRANS Mf G. CO., .Jefferson, texas. Wholesale and Retail Hardware add Mill ifgffk Supplies,' FARMING IMPLEMENTS Charter Oak, Bridge and Beach Manufacturing Co., Cocking Stoves, tudebaker Wagons, Wire, Nails* Jt0...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 28 September 1909

Stroude Tate came in u few days ago (o visit relatives and friends in dud around Linden. Ladies cull at our .store and 8ee our line of scarfs und facina- tors Murett & Sheffield. D. H. Nelson returned to Huntsville last Wednesday after spending it few days here with tional Dank telatives and friends. m Wanted—Reliable, entertfetic man to Sell lubricating oils, greases and paints in fcassand adjacent counties. Salary or dommission. Cleveland, Ohio. Yours very truly, sflrift Pafnt Co, Don't forget J. S Lea the jeweler, He will give your re- pair work prompt t attention all work guaVantbed. . Miss iXuLtio Cfmif returned yesterday from Marshall where sho has been visiting relatives. NOTICE. All parties owfyg accounts for drugs aro requested to 6all and settle samo at once, as it takes money to keep my line up. You rs. O. R. Tayfor. You will find J. S Lea the* jeweler at the po3t office, When yon havo any k:nd < f repair work to bo done of your watches and clocks. All work guarant...

Publication Title: Cass County Sun, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 28 September 1909

FROM ALL OVER TEXAS Postal receipts of the Dallas post- office for the calendar year 1907 were $516,000. A movement Is on foot in Fort Worth to abolish all billboards abut- ting on streets. The three days' a«nnual Poultry Show of the Comanche Poultry Asso- ciation began Wednesday. The exhib- it was the finest ever made. George L .Rockwell has tendered his resignation as general manager of the Texas Five Million Club. It Is not known who will succeed him, as yet < Work has begun on the foundation of the new Union Depot at Denison. The structure ds to cost $150,000 and will be completed within the coming year. George Carney, a Santa Fe Rail- way brakeman, was killed Thursday at Cameron by falling under a mov- ing train. He had relatives at Tem- ple and Eddy. ' W. Rhodes was shot and killed on December 27 at Colorado. The Grand Jury has indicted Lou Ferguson, who was placed in jail. The case Is set for January 16. A bag of powder sitting on a work bench in a blacksmith shop at Malon...

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