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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 28 September 1909

reRgs. 'might fr. BroW tell tat th«r\ was bxcept a few fcuaea 1' I think he called it that ia, bnt it Ise papa saldfv I mamma wore ftgain, and a 11V ^hy eyes, an<| ;ten she spoke! nice and cleanj id they're al- l^body." [•," said Mrs. img look at |xed. Sure- tsome little poor house gting place care for , "1 could of hya- L of plum "I Knew God Would ' 8end / You, I Prayed 8o Long." plates, and she conducted thJm to a flight of stairs and along a dorrldor. Curious faces looked at them from the little rooms on each side, f Egbert and Fannie stopped at each tr> distrib- ute flowers an^ Easter eggs. In the hall iMiJjr the consumptives' room they passed a group ojl sallow, wretched looking women, one of them holding lu her arms a curly-haired child. "She's nigh about gone," said one; "she don't know the chifd." "Doctor says she can't last long," .said another. "Hear how she keeps Vailing'Jennie." ! A feeble voice was Indeed repeating that name over and over—the voice or^a wasted wom...

Publication Title: Cass County Sun, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 28 September 1909

Terms for Announcement. Candidate? for District Offio s . $10.00 " Cpunty " . . 5.00 " Beat " . . 3.00 Always Ciieh in Advance. flNHOUNCWENTS. Subject to the action of the Democratic Primary.' A * indicates that the candi- date is subject to re-election. FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY— E. E- BttOUGHKR. - E. Nbwt Spivby. * FOR TAX COLLECTOR— L. C. Weaver. * FOR COUNTY CLERK— I. E. Lanier. * FOR COUNTY JUDGE— * V. D. Glass. * ' FOR DISTRICT CLERK— Eumhr Brown. * FOR TREASURER— G. W. Florence. * FOR SHERIFF— \V. C. Blalock. * FCR TAX ASSESSOR— K. Wynn. FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT t)F PUBLIC INSTRUCTION— I M. G. Bates. LOCAL INTEL LI G ENCE Oall at Glass Front for cooking | Oil Rev. J. ILSilman, was in] town last Friday. Over shoes and under wear atI Murett & Sheffields. S. H. Hood, wa* a pleasant visitor at the Sun office last Fri- day. C. J. Thrasher paid us a pleas- ant visit last Friday. Buy your shoes at tho Glass Front every pair guaranteed. bmer Henderson, of HujjIi^kJ Dr. II. D OLEMEJJST...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 28 September 1909

g $$| wpp^v-9 f* * • W^'V ,'(•'' ■ ? /' ■; ' -w'.v ■. MISSION LLE |id; "who elBe'd be brivit- the pore house?" f" repeated Fannlo, "why 3, and his sister, Mian \ey are." ^r bi'st bow. "I can't ^"but I'm obliged to jing," said Mar- itlful." f," returned gratiflca- they ill the go oat In the yard and teach Cherry an Easter hymn." The children obeyed and she en- tored the sick-room aloue. Never had she so longed to comfort a fellow creature, so felt herself so powerless, It wrung her heart to hear that plead- ing, oft-repeated cry for "Jennie." Moved by a sudden Impulse, she kneeled by the bed, took the thin hand In hers, and ■whispered: "Ye y yes. what Is It? What can I do?" The soft touch more than the whis- per seemed to soothe the sufferer. "Oh, Jennie," she said, "have you come at last? I knew God would send you, I prayed so long." Martha only replied by a gentle pressure of the hand, and after a lit- tle rest the. woman went on: "It was the water, dear; the cruel flood that took ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 28 September 1909

■ . il Sl?p{ ' JwpB, \ •I I I * Local intelligence Wire Cot's at E. H. Sheffield's. An up to dale lin® of clothing "bf nil kinds at C.Jtl. Nelson's. A. R. Kirkl/nd wiis a ploanant Visitor to th/Suii office Friday. A full li'oe of high grade to- bacco at ti e Cttb'n Drug Store. Overalls and Work Shirts at Harris, Dunctiu 4 Faftt'd. Kindly show your paper to your neighbor and ask hiih to subscribe. ... - ..... —- ♦ Fish Poles and Hooks at E. H.-Sheffield*. Buy your Shoes from Harris, Dliucan & Fant. Mrs. J. C. Fant and Mrs. Hobby were in towu one day last week Diverse Cultivators at E. H Sheffield's. Mr: George Urog&n; of Gro- j^an's Mill, attended to business here Tuesday of last week. Harris, Duncan & Fant have just received a nice lino of Gents Hats. ♦ Misses Era alnd Vera Weath- fcrall spent Saturday and Sunday With friends in town. Georgia Cane Syrup at E. H. Sheffield's. Attorney Hill Stewart and wife, of Atlanta, visited friends in our city last Tuesday. For a neat ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 28 September 1909

•/ } ( , / ^ v.. '■■■■■■ i'(<•'i KSKb fflHHM - m ''i' ■ t '-'Vv < J ' is THESTATE LEGISLATURE SOME HOPE TO START FOR THEiR HOMES ON EIGHTH OF MAY. APPROPRIATION BILL PASSED mass Without a Dissenting Voice the Senate Passes Guaranty Bill. Austin: Considerable speculation is being indulged in as to what, the Sen ate will do with the Hill-Gaines amend mcut 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-Pierce 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 not 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 thin money, and that may cause some of the s...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 28 September 1909

uld y'lnowl, Lickleu's i my old sores, world. |my vet- Cabin Iruen 111 riod bis lorning I trouble Iw York f waiting liown to peroacly .shroud- hvith her. list wept lb,000 in Ird1 fear you to Id her as Jr bank is lyment, it Ito get in I'll get up fning and iank which for you. Go live a check he morning, jump in a lank at once, your mat' [lock when he Ik up at 7, and lnished break- fa one, trying |y bank offi- ce and cash ho 8Receded* jtened 'female ("Get a cab," id go to the Unco. They'll r've arranged go torfoy,1' • 1 have aft my dress- llce Shpi'ilT « Nsile at8 ov Tuxas, County of Cass, of an execution, issued out of horable District Court of Cass , on 18th, day of March, A. D. 18 by the Clerk thereof, in the case of J. McWilliams & Co, versus O. F. owler No. <S696, and to me, as Sheriff, UlrCcted ahd delivered, I Will proceed to sell for cash, within the hours prescribed by law for Sheriff's Sales, on the first Tuesday in May, A. D. 1908, it being the 5th day of said month,...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 28 September 1909

-J NEWS FROM OVER TEXAS The Texas and Pacific is building a depot and station at Fruitvale, a new station GO miles east of Dallas. Terrell opens a 10-days" trade dis- play on April 16. All the larger houses in the city will participate. The cornerstone of St. JohnEon'3 Episcopal Church, Corslcana, was placed Saturday with appropriate cere- monies, Rev. J. C. Black, tha rector, officiating. There was a heavy frost at Marshall Friday night and the weather was very cold, but so far as could be as- certained fruit and vegetables were not injured. The chances are very bright for the establishment of a canning factory at Denton. A proposition was rceivod and a committee appointed to arrange for stock subscriptions. The union painters of E. E. Thomp- son and James Spear, leading shops of Wa«o, are out. The painters de- mand that the shops sign an agree- ment to work none but union men. Up to late Saturday night ninety- two fire and twenty life insurance companies had been licensed by the B...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 28 September 1909

ANNOUNCEMENTS. rjrWm«- tandidates for District Offices . . $10.00 " County " . . 6-00 11 " Beat " . • 2.50 Always Cash in Advance. Subject to the action of the jmocratic Primary. A ii. indicates that the candi- date is subject to re-electioih [F(JR DISTRICT JUDGK-— v -3 t'. POVNDERS. P. A Turnbr.*B|m| |FOR CONGRESS 1ST DISTRICT Morris siiepparb.* | FOR REPRESENTATIVE— J. E. Eixikoton, Henry D. Nelson; FOR COUHTV ATTORNEY— E. Nbwt SpivbyI^f •>- E; E. brougher. .j?0r tax collector— Geo. W. Coody. Ti J. WtfcsoNi L. C. wjtavsr. * tfor tax assessor— W. \Vi McClI'NO, j. L. Thagoard. W. C. WHJL.iams, k. (doode) wvnmi For county clerk— I. E. Lanier. * For County jiJdge— v. d. pla8s. * for district clkrk— Elmer Brown. * for treasurer— Gi W. Fuorence. * Fok SHERIFF— w. c; blalock; * • for county superintendent of public instruction— m. g. batbs. ' for constable, precinct 1- j. m. Nelson. Frank Mitchbu.,* FOR JUSTICE op the PEACE, Pct. 1— l T. L. Nipper.* i for commissioner beats 1 and 8- I...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 28 September 1909

80 RUDE OF HIM. "Why won't you see Horr Schmidt to-day, Erna?" "O, mamma, I can't endure him any more! Only think, the last time he callod he waved his handkerchief to ine after leaving, and then—" "Well, and then?" "Then he sneezed into it!" WHAT CAUSES HEADACHE. From October to May, Colds are the most fre- quent cause of Headache, LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE removes cauof. e.W.Qroveon box!25c Fancy prices please the seller more than the buyer. Billion Dollar Grass. it remarkable grass of the century. Id for three rousing crops annually. \ Iowa farmer on 100 acres sold $3,- [00 worth of sec .irid had 300 tons of besides, it is immense. Do try it. Fob 10c and this notice d to the John A. Salzer Seed Co., La )sse, Wis., to pay postage, etc.. and !ey will mail you tne only original seed talog published in America with sam- ps of ,Billion Dollar Grass, Macaroni heat, the sly miller mixer, Sainfoin the V soil luxuriator. Victoria Rape, the 20c ton green food producer, Silver King arby yieldi...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 28 September 1909

'\>£i CHARGES' OF IRREGULARITIE8. SEEK TO SET ASIDE HASKI Mutilated, Voters Intimidate i Many Frauds Perpetrated New State City, Election. Ok., Sept, 2i of election irregu mutilation, intimida- voterB and partisan appoint- or county election boards were public yesterday by Charles & lunter, Chairman of the Republican Jtata Central Comiplttee, and upon the party is preparing to basq itest in the race for Governor. tranter insists the returns so far received by him from county elec- lion officials In various precincts, In- dicate that Frantz is ahead of the tick- * t, and t.bal Haskell ran behind the I t a tic ticket in almost every In : ^ last night he had heard from I d ( :>M 700 prA^Bim. the T<? unmlttee was not prepared to j r<wtc | — m-J statement regarding the | lnary'm4ttery alleged Irregularities, but Is gathering j M cetala ^ affidavits to prove its (tee. The! Estimate 19.—From at the __ headquarters, the y Chairman Thompson majority for Haskell Democratic tic...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 28 September 1909

gp?' :' ? f imim mbm Jhh^A& ii wwQi iazf. 11 i j'' „ V - - ■ Wtmfc Joh.a Barn TCditor «& to j i J i ion. <-veil r ?«;, fanners' l'n- Adviees cotne froi , state that orgaif| uiulov soni!1 kiad of authority t the co operation xj|i form some one in Texnft AlV or- ua Si'couil I luus nuil/.cr. 1iatks ok subscription rvcipppr^u! and pntriotk: man, tukcass cotivrv s\)S' imWuin.! «.v.ry woirtaii a\n«1 child in this state lucmlav, III iiil.mKi UlH'Uiiilei. Iiubtort.-o / . . .... reg'.ralQsB'Ol 11)C*«r owupauon oi pruiVssinin. Fur tfidse reasons I v , ;i ofi XI'ct tliif brief eSptariivtiou of Smgle copy per year M • ' 1 six months ' \ 50cents wha, we \\re trying to do, and No papers sent out without mik* <5fcf; in advance; paper stopped when < hue «>iit, orf\ve lose it. Obituary notiecs atid cards of thanksJ will be inserted at' two-and a-half ecntt per 1 i«e, i earnestly ask mat every one '! haying the best interc?st ol the ,i State art heart line up with vU9 .rauiaitig t...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 28 September 1909

otis at 'he Vila.st; j ''not. n.i&m WuWron 'Or V. . If. Nelson's. L, C. Weaver visited ■at Ida, I. IV, th'e ]>nsL weef. Mi'8. Ben Burbee was in town yesterday. Just received a complete Hue tof men's and boy's Hats at Marett & SheffWd 's Bacon, IjL'tmjj and Lard at £. II Nelson's. j.GEJVC£\ M''f. John H. Morris., anu I Afllie, vVfij lut) glad to r<i'p*< frt>jtfi ii bilious Ii y <u iveed anything in t he ,\vav . i Dry $oodfe .'or <Grt>ceriee : , " , . •„ 'iV. i i ; family, spent f u«-e | Sunday wilh II, P. TraylOr and ttnr.It. I family, lit Marietta The day was one of pleasure. We have a 'Ve; V rat Clays MnVeVt & Sheffield. | White seeing Machine we are Of' Co the Glass Front for riffe'ring ut IoW Pri.<'e- Armlur Gold Band Hal*?-. the I 1' tJ. il. Nelson. I, « 'I , . — r- . . best I i> the m'Arkat. Mr. Mary Chaddick, oT Denver *all M Annie Harris, \Viio is tonc ,in^ in Atlanta', visited our lutltUown Saturday and Sunday. Iler many friends here We...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 28 September 1909

minimum ly been set, dou't lind a dumper. ave a price- will do nothing for yon ■ id may come the use of It. whatever through UCATIONAL •act"; rehous >ur transactions leave the the Union man ia the rtaom it will do to rely. I " Is the time of the year when hum up a great many houses ig to examine the flues. Cut "defective flue" record this lis is another week in which you k/ s" fight the. implement and vehicle Ht hy taking care of your tools and Fhicles and saving the purchase of Mrs.. Hiickberries and dewberries grow fiiost anywhere, and no other crop II yield larger Income per acre. -«fw you arranged to plant some of * Down in the coast country of Texas It was the years that hogs could not bef success- fully or profitably raised, an'l 1' one did succeed In raising hogs, that the meat could not be cured ther®- That the idea was an absurd one -"as c°n- stantly being demonstrated cver over by hard-headed old felltws who "had to be shown," and who y«ar after year did raise hogs and ...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 28 September 1909

• v0;s Si«P ; :j TTT3I ' -pCK I 4^Jk§, j J3UAL .STOc W5tw, Mill", To A unty Si.-:. issue of last wet* t ^on-the 20thj lied upon to 1 ;lo JaWr <2n-.. i I ,«3 M u.!in.'r. Some of thci-a 1 o land Owners butiimbyof rh belong to the tennnp. S«jh- can you, or will you, daily tliom the right to glean this jfttaiioc that n oro.pt fe^sso much to thciii? 4 God vote ok i {'OJ'hkl that 1, through selfishness etock law fur pmri lct jhonlcl eve.-#dd one (itrav,-tp th 3,Cam Co.. Ttxas, m„l U poor < • Mm*. wing day thev hart; the!"'1. e" . . . fx c- proposition to B,ttlo i i A(p.m-mttoeownt^j, r« ■ ':inct.j4and 6 j "umtare 01 ,md °""or8 Am *1 Mrry to «. this, t«n. e I s""?' f:lr'"""ilh .. . . - . ;vt their wells. Have lltety no ri;|pt8 that the more fortunate should respect? So fie erf them have come here only rfc«erjtly, and are good citizens, striving by industry ant1, economy to support their families and add 1;o their small holdings Would yoti hinder their progress; fore® thorn to turn a ...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 28 September 1909

V. «. S HlUsboro business men organized a commercial club Friday night. Rev. C. W. Tompkles, a prominent cducator, and for the past year Fiuan- j clal Agent of Baylor University, died i at his homo In Dallas Thursday. An order for about 4000 poles for the : Sherman Interurban has been placed. They are to be of Idaho cedar and will be delivered within a few weeks' time. TjjjdS Practically all the capital stoclc for a sanitarium at Denton has been sub- scribed among local physicians and business men, and a charter will be applied for immediately. Isidro Kamon, the man cut at a dance near Normanna the night of the 17th, succumbed to his injuries Friday. Rafael Chavez is held with- out ball on a charge of murder. ~ ^Yv'liism i/ove, a bralteraan on the DeQueen auVEftstern Railway, was killed while as'Stlng ln unloading saw logs from hl^ra'n at a saw mill near DeQueen Wedn^pday night. Lataley Hog®ra, the nine-year-old son otjfc'W. Rogers, Captain of the Ranker force stationed at Austin, w...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 28 September 1909

i AND CO-OPERATIVE ONION OF AMERICA iiXE SUBMERGED TRAP BRIDGE AT QUEBEC FALLS f INTO THE RIVER. mm EIGHTY-FOUR MEN GO •f; '■' ___ o Almost Without Warning A Nearly Completed 8teel Bridge Carries the Workmen. lebec, Ont., Can., Aug. 30.—A eeo- tion of the sew bridge across the St. Sbawrence River, five miles below this •city, collapsed yesterday, carrying | jjj^'r,'V ' $ ■' scores of workers and mechanics into W'\< '■: 1 I I 1 / i*- i. / the water. A careful estimate places the loss of life at 84. The bridge was about a mile and a half In length and half of it, from the south shore to midstream, crumpled up and dropped into the water. Nine- ty men were at work on this section of the structure, and the whistle had just blown at 6:30 for the men to quit work for the day when they heard a grinding sound from the bridge mid- stream. The men turned to see what had happened, and an instant later the cry went up "the bridge is fall- ing." The men made a rush shoreward, but the distance ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 5 October 1909

Mhbocr^lioii $100 1 . J. IS—A. Il \\^i;ic. Publisher. ^ A. Paper IDje'^ctec^to tH£ best interests of the IJeople; VOL, 34; LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 5. 1909 Wif■— FROM J. L, GRIFFIN Mr. Editor: When tlio Sun reached mo I fras a little riled at the uncouth manner of Mr. 0. I'., but after! wiseman, but hot so. money dealers, those with fixed incomes, &c: 0, thou whit- ed sepulcheii It seems Mr. 0. P. thinks if lie can convince your renders thut-J ani uninformed it establishes the fact that lie is a The clo- ' A Bleu (TB*qu!iai*t * due reflection I was fund at rnv- «i4f#or being so. Most writer s, who are void of facts on subjects they try to instruct 1 ho public iiboht, become rat hey when ask- ed questions which they cannot, answer, and either show weak- ness of brain pr corruption of lieaf't, and 1 think this wise, srt Jilted brother lifts shown both. I've ifSked this learned brother some pointed questions, which he wholly ignores. Plain, simple facts are what the people w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 5 October 1909

#r. \ ff's.Tw^';'i'>'''i..i «r. =V; -'*': ■=*■ Mr v>rmSft mif" ■ '• .: $- ' - ■!• r'* '•*.;" * V'-.- ' 'rsCrTftt V?*. ' .*1* *' •*•. - ■■>§■. '•'••> rail '■KW$ b i '•" ■ - . J. P. A. BANOEk TEXAS JilNDKN, - THE RICKEY AN INSPIRATION Popular 8urMter Drink Evolved by Wa«hIngton1r*«lltlcian,^ided by Barkeeper. Ask the average man what earthly «8e there was for the lime prior to the advent of the rlckey and he won't be able to (ell you. It belongs to un- written history. Ask him also who In- vented the rlckey and he will prob- ably say that he has a vague recollec- tion that It is in some way associated with somebody—a man by the name of Rickey, or something of that sort. If only Col. Joe Rickey could hear that! It would make him turn over in his grave, for Ool. .Joe was inordi- nately proud of the fact that he in- vented what he proclaimed to the day of his death the greatest of all drinks —the gin rlckey, out of which came all the liquid relatives of the same family name. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 5 October 1909

> I V..;;: j j, , . . 'V I •.,•£•••-tTvr '/■ " •'•>■ > „ ■" JiL V >t ix j*. Escapad A POST PLiRlTAI, ROMANCE BY CYRUS TO tL L UJ Tf?A T!ON<5 BY PAY WALTEQ6 ^COPYRIGHT, /voa £>Y WO OHA&*AAtJ SYNOPSIS. Ttie Bwapnrte oppns, not In the ro- mance preo'dlnK the marriage of Ellen Blocuin, u Puritan inlsa, and Lord Car- rlngton of Rntrluntl. but In tlielr life after nettllnu in tOnglnnd. The Hcene Is placed, Just following tile revolution. In CnrrlnK- ton castle In Unglnnd. The CurrlnBtons, ,-ifter a house party, engaged In a family lit, caused vby Jealousy. l.ady Carrlng- on agreed to rut cards with Lord Strath- rate, wliosp attentions to Kllen had be- come a sore point with Carrlngton. The loss of $100,000 failed to perturb her, and |her husband then cut for his wife's I. O. ill. and bis honor, Carrlngton winning, (Additional attentions of Lord Carrlngton to Lady Cecily and Lord Btrathgate to .Lady Cnrrinntou compelled the latter (to vow that she would leave the cast...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 5 October 1909

> * *i:'; * ' m" I I I •A.'i }< ■ , JW? : ' m&MtBUM $51 ■, - jflffs ■'.'' .-'I •. ■>" TiAvi '-.r. t'-' . v ? ■ >>> ■- .. ■-. .>$*#■?; " IIKSPPFSSF " "-:."V ;v" fy* • 4 >: " "-v ^1?S I / ' " ' ■ .... • ' ■' - rt . ' m . ' • ■■>2r . •- B m mmmmvm 1.111 • 'TTirTlfl ©ASS COUNTY StfN « LJ-1.1J1J- --L- Uj. ■'.! ■ - . . J ,. — .. -I .. .. ■ ~^rr. Jokn B&fogsi* Editor «& T^roptfietor THE CASS UtrtjAtV SUN ptrVlUbdil every Tuesday, In diitofeil at the Linden iioatofli' o oh Sei<omt;ciARS matter. RAT IS S OF SUBSCRil'TlONI Single copy per year ' $1.00 " six months ' 30 cents No papers sent ofrt without the cash in1 advance; paptr stopped when lime is out, or we lose it. , notice of sale. Notice is hereby given that one locomotive, (evidently for log- ging purposed,) shipped from St. Louis, Mo., on or about July .arflfiwiin Mill Creek Dots. Health seems to be very good nt present. r.TwiT. FARMERS' UNION COLUMN. 17tH, 1908, and consigned to • 8pH„g8 Sat...

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