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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 26 October 1909

:£smZ- ?. •'" „ "f i! ■■; n$H ; ••?.;■ ■• ? 5 gnmiRiriMPiV^.Pra - '' "■ 'J^V- • '. ^'v '": /•* ' : "'•. v,'' "1! k I ! I \\ I 1 J- E. A. BANCiEft, Publisher. )■ A. IPaper Devoted to the best Interests of the [People. SabscripUoa, $10© Per Aitu i n< VOL. 34. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1009. NO. 46. evmn A SPLENDID SALARY WORKING FOR UNCLE SAM. The Tyler Commercial of Tyler, Texas, makes a specialty of pre- paring young people to pass the Civil Service Examination as stenographers, typists, and • bookkeepers. These examina- tions are held in the Fall and op'ring and a number of our stu- dents pass them each year. Bo far as we have beeu able to as- certain, every 'one of our gradu- ates who has stood tiieexamiua- tion has passed, and every one who has passed has received an appointment. This class of Civil Service work pays $900 a year and upward; our students sel- dom start at less than $1000 for the tirst year. This line of Civil Service work is about the safest work that...

Publication Title: Cass County Sun, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 26 October 1909

y wiZ i*".: ■■TM Ii:<& , Bdltar «n4 Proprietor fo' 3|^ iLTNDEN, TEXAS .... :■ fio.: ■. ...<{?, - n If m ■ I I J I ■ I nB& IPl iV'T*- Si . . Kksk - JufiV*'. i '. >* E&%ra -v BUILDING UP THE NEW SOUTH Development of Hydro-Electric Pow* er Mean# Creation of Vast In- dustrial Empire. The important role hydro-electric |>ower is destined to play in the up- building of the new south can be only rudely foreshadowed. With more than five millions of horsepower go- lug to waste In the southern Appalach- ians alone, and her enormous deposits of bituminous coal, the south has suf- ficient power, not only profitably to develop her wonderful natural re- sources, but to create an industrial empire second to none in the world, according to the National Magazine. Of all the industries that should benefit greatly by an intelligent de- velopment of the soutli's huge water powers, cotton manufacturing stands easily first, for the prosperity of no other industry is conditioned so ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 26 October 1909

JSBo SIMP) TmcMjiJrL • • • ig®£rs ■ ■* , .i,.-' v.«1 ,^v • • 'w' '■Imm '3gKw%9mm mm pap, 1 ■?" *■<■ Ci-' MBt I wSgRy ■T 14 ^ , * =5 4?lfpP : ■■ &■? ■ T == - ♦• . , >*,'>?. •',■■. ™;■■•■';■ ■& V .Sir - vi,;vv>' & P< <(co A POST MARim ROMANCE BY CYRUS /A L UO T/?A T/ON6 >AY WALTERS COPYRIGHT, !90Q AY WJL OHAPMAM) 8YNOP8IS. The Escapade opens, not In the ro- mance preceding the marriage of Ellen Slocum, a Puritan miss, and Ix>rd Car- rington of England, but In their life after •settling: In England. The scene is placed, )u*t following the revolution, In Carrlng- lon castle ip England. The Carrlngtono, after a house party, engaged In a family lilt, caused by Jealousy J-,ady Carrlng- ton agreed to cut cards with bord Btrath- guto, whose attentions to Ellon had be- come a sore point with Carrlngton. The loss of $100,000 failed to perturb her, and )ter husband then cut for his wife's 1. O. IT. and his honor, Carrlngton winning. Additional attentions of L...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 26 October 1909

WM, i i WfM I I , -v. U''.f I 1 mrnmi . MP ' I l®&fK . I „ . ■—- * H.-. if; /. jpr, /,S i •* • TV, ' rv Is- ^■ ' >■ \ vMSA & Proprietor .-J.-..U-I U" * . . DA.8S C0VMTY8UM published every Tmsdajr, U «utmd at tbe IJnileu postoffloe u Bsooad; Class mutter. Rates op subscription : Single copy per year * $1.00 " six months '* 50 cents No papers Sent ofit without tHe cash in advancb; paper stdpfced when time Is out, or we lose it. Obituary notices and cards of thanks wit) be inserted at two-and-a-half cents per line EDITORIAL PARAGRAPHS. We usually lose confidence in the things that continually dis- appoint us; yet we cling to hope without a murmur, tliotigh there is nothing that disappoints us so often. I have more confidence in a mule that kicks you down and then looks back with sad eyes than 1 have in the man who does an injury to another and simply says, "I'm sorry." Common sense is ono of the most unbtitftmmi thih£8 in life. It is not found in bookB, neither can it be bou...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 26 October 1909

wm-'- m.y}. i" ■;? \ I ft m'm € W^n , |v ■' wt smymm • "J*-"' * ,.-> ■>;-5) j& -■•>;■>• t .-. - Will. .^«Mi,Mm«n' . V<"-<lfti > i n Mill i lMllhl ifiima-TafculiWifn,..1. ... < B&fi < ." at A WOPD TO THE WIS*' IS SUFFICIENT. We have just put in the Notiest Line of Dry Goods and Notions ever shown in Linden. We can furnish and it you frcin the ground up. s-: :-: :-: fc?an Satisfy the Outer Man as Well as the Inner._^x adies, come look at our line of DRESS GOODS and NOVELTIES. u. . V t ' . . . • Fihe 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 Market Price for Cotton. Bring the family along; Make our store headquarters; Yours for business, HARRIS, DUNCAN & FANT. M ;.v LOCAL INTELLIGENCE Go to /. T. Sheffield & Co. and Siive money on Shoe?. S. J. Carlile and wife were in town yesterday. 5 or 6 doses "660" will cure any case of Chills and Fever. Price 2...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 26 October 1909

AHHMWv, ■■■HniilflBH w<$MM' n .-— JUST AS GOOD. BACKACHE IS KIONEYACHK. OUTSPOKEN IN TO COOK'S JOURNEY Naval Officer Inalata That tha Doctor Did Not and Could Not Reach the North Pole, as He Says He Old. 1 II r- £ 1 | i A; J I | I ' { I J IB* S -ite* 1 St ;i Is ■SrolH ; Hu <Krit«red aooorillna to Act of Congress, n the your l>v Urn Peary Arctic club, u I ho ollkv n( the Librarian of Congress, |*t Washington, 1>. C.) I, New York, Oct. 12.—The following statement of Commander Robert E. .Peary, which he submitted to the Peary Arctic club in supiiort of his ■contention that I'Jr. Cook dl<l not reach the north iiole. is now made public for the first time. The state- ment has been copyrighted by the Peary Arctic club. £ INTRODUCTION BY PEARY, Some of my reasons for saying that ' ttr. Cook did not go to the north pole will be uuderatood by those who read J,--tuft following statements of the two Kskimo boys who went with him, and who told me and others of my party where he di...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 26 October 1909

WMl p> l! *&W\ ?>* jvtrv yy,jr &?P? % :%tf- ^ I «#« mm*? ml m ■ ■ H fflK 1 ■ ■ ra n i ■,* I :B >■ i IN SOUTHERN GALE •CORES INJURED AND PROPERTY LOSS HEAVY A8 RESULT OF ELEMENT'S FURY. FIVE STATES ARE HARD HIT , ■■* , . The 8tates of Tenneasee, Georgia Alabama, Arkansas and South Carolina. Memphis, Teun., Oct. 16.—With the known death Hat already showing a total of thirty-seven human lives, and with thirteen others reported dead, and with scores seriously Injured and many others painfully bruised and •carred,' and with Uie property dam- age running to a million or more dol- lars, the havoc and destruction record of the storm which swept Middle and West Tennessee, Alabama, Georgia and portions of Arkansas and South Carolina late yesterday afternoon and last night grows hourly as reports are received from remote districts and as wire communication is gradually re- stored to a normal condition. The storm of last night was probably the worst that has visited this sectio...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 26 October 1909

' ' '' ' . S "TlGHTWAflS.' m fm I: BAPTIST C. K. Williams, Pastor. Sunday School at 10 o'clock a. m. each 'vv" ' t, L. C. Weaver, Superintendent. L" v .. 'preaching every 2nd and 4th Sunday ,' V by the Pastor at 11 x. m. and at night Prayer meeting every other Wednesday night. Ladies Aid Society meets every Satur- day evening Senior B. Y. P. U, meets every Sunday afternoon at 8 o'clock. Junior P. Y. P. U. meets every Sunday cfternootl Sit 4 o'clock. M. E. CHURCH SOUTH C. J. Atkinson, Pastor Sunday School at 10 a. m. each Sun- day, John S. Morris, Superintendent. Preaching every First and Third Sun- day by the Pastor, at 11 a. m. and at night. Methodist Home Mission Society mests First and third Saturday at 2 p. m. Prayei Meeting every other Wednes- day night. junior lipworth League meets every Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Senior ;Epworth League meets every Sunday afternoort at 4 o'clock. « — Ts V From the Olney (Tex.) Oracle. It is said that three of the stin- giest men in the Sta...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 2 November 1909

x i ■'! H . £ ■ 153?;, V . ' Ml. -B, flwaSSS I// 3&u3a WmXIS fit I IB j. E. A. B4I\(>Ut^ PuhliNlicr. )> A. Paper Devotdd to the best Interests of the I^eople* Stil>scripl*i , $1 <M VOL. 34. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 2. 1909. The following iA a Vefry li'tith- ful remark: "The iutth whb grows up in hia natiVe town is regarded as ti bov by his elders iintil he is well started down the MOTHER. Time has scattered the sndWy flakfes on her brow, plowed fur- rows in her cheeks—but is she declivity of life that ends in a not fiWeet and beautiful now? hole. The stranger who comes into a place is more often pushed to the front tinin the young man who has grown up with the town. This is the reason why fco many youhg men become dis- satisfied with their home sur- roungings and long to east their lot ih other quarters." DON'T IT JAR YOtj? To have a cough that you can't leave 'off—even when yoii go tb bed* Plit it away for good by Usihg Simmons Cougtl Syrup. It heals itiflan...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 2 November 1909

■ i 1 w • • Ellisl r ofPigs is Pigs" Etc- ILLUSTRATED By PETER NEWELL Among if<> cittaens of Hetzvllle Pil «ath Gubjft stands out pre-eminently <or tljoiiifctlulneas. and it 1b largely because ne once had a grandfather. "That grandfather of his Is why Pil- ■at&is so far-seeing. In every action of Pilg^th's life he remembered his graddfrrther, and many of us would be butter off If we did the same. The reason Pilgath dug his well right .alongside of his barn was be- cause he remembered that once his grandfather had fallen off the barn and had broken his arm, and Pilgath fift'tared that if he should happen to Cafy off his barn he might break his ~ ta, too, but that if he had a good, Jep well alongside his barn and fell 'tin? barn Into the well instead of onto the hard ground, the water would break the fall. It was 30 feet from the tup of the barn to the ground, and the well Pilgath dug was 40 feet deep, and so, one day, when Pilgath did fall off the barn into the well, he ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 2 November 1909

Mm stkMtas^ I ; We 1 Klpll w - -\ <t ■&' NEWS FROM OVER TEXAS Large acreage of both wheat and oats are being put in Bince the fine rain which fell all over Brown coun- ty the first of the week. The Quanah Butter Company an- nounce that work is now complete on their new factory, and the same will be open for business within the next few weekB. Friday was a big day at the Cus- tomshouse at Galveston when six ves- sels cleared for foreign ports with ap- proximately 61,000 bales of cotton, valued at over $4,400,000. Gov. Haskell of Oklahoma Wednes- day approved the Enid Charter giv- ing commission form of government to that city. The Bergman Produce Company of Fort Worth are going to put in a largo produce house in Quanah, also a cold storage plant. One of the hardest rains that sec- tion has had in over a year has been falling around Marshall since between 6 and 6 o'clock Tuesday afternoon. Fifteen newly smuggled Chinamen were caught in a boxcar in the Gal- veston, Harrisburg an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 2 November 1909

subscription: ' jl $1.00 ontHs ' 60 «ients out without the cash r stopped when time is A and Cards of thanks tWd-tind-a-haLf cents PARAGRAPH!. ticks says lookout for leather in November, the clouds and don't be ckujfht too far from houle. Old Mother Earth must be : a brotracted case ofagUe the way she continues to t. A heavy shake-up occur- red h i California last week. No material darcmgn reported. The Attorney General of Lon- isiaua is preparian to enter suit against the five railroads enter- ing Shroveport ft oni Texas, for discriminating against Shreve- port in favor of 1l<>xas cities. As these rallfo1^; cliijrn to be simply obeying t ry «uliijigs of the Texas Railroad ( mission it is ertuivolent to a s f.^jgdmst t,le Commission. once ^ L.LUjij the J — man,^dec,t8l^ jn°v<i other spe- tisla- )uble the purpl Jaws remedying t] eonvict life as re\ tentiary invest igt There is no don tions are crying j form, but it k a wbetsbcr the pr payments. Julius was "The man behind'' S...

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

m i " I 1 1 if ' M' 1 | t 1 I .Hhmp Go to j. T. Sheffield & (jo. bnd aavo money on £bnes. ft or (J dos*s "COO" will cure any ca'ie of Ch:.lls and ^ever. Price 2&c. Mr. Walter Ives is taking in the fair at Shreveport. The dabin Drug Store haa a nice line of Toilet Soaps. Call 'and see. W. R. (Bob) dieihehts come in from Louisiana last week. J. T. Sheftield A Co. haVe just opened up a nice llhe of tringhanis. Probate cohrt waS ill isb&sion ytatehlay. Trxas Red Rust Prbbf bats for seed, for everybody. Wiit & Givens. This section tt'aS visited by b line raiu Sunday night. Tur- nip patches are looking tint!. J. T. Sheffield & Co. lmvC opened up lots of new shoes of all styles. Go and'inspect tllt?m. Hons. E. A. Allday and Hill Stewart were over l¥om Atlanta yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Fant vis- ited relatives at Lanier Satur- day night atid Sunday. Wash Pots, Stotfc Ptits, 'tea Kettles, Skillets, Frv Pans and Stove Ptfnfl at E. H. Sheffield's. Mr. E. W. McMichatl) o...

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

WLXmm M still has a way of customary seasons- In well nigh every region of the country. The health authorities In New York And It this year rather worse than usual, It appears In the dwellings of the well-to-do as freely as In the shacks of the poor. Sanitation does not prevent It, that Is, not what we generally call sanitation. It Is an in- testinal disease, conveyed by drink or food. The old theories of bad air, sewer gas and damp houses have not now much standing. It is feared that some of the later theories do not explain all the points about autumn typhoid. The housefly does not. The condition of the water supply, as be- ing different in summer and winter, does not. A plausible explanation Is that the profuse perspiration with which in summer the body eliminates a large amount of disease breeding matter, is reduced to a minimum al- most instantly when the cool days begin. The kidneys and bowels, un- accustomed to the task, are burdened with dangerous materials and unable to per...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 2 November 1909

Llllii « c * p«i-' * I Yf. • . • . ■■■■ -■ v m ■ ■ i ,'"5Y- V #1 ■ * I TO ■ I I V ¥ m :w == >3 <co BRADY A P0ST N4RIXH ROMANCE BY CYRUS ILLL'tS TP A T/OM5 BY >AY WALTERS COPYRIGHT, /9oa £>Y W O_CHAP/*TAfiry SYNOPSIS. The Escapade opens, not In the ro- mance preceding the marriage of Ellen -Slocum, a 1'urltan miss, and Ix>rd Car- rlngton of England, but In tholr life after «ettling In England. Tho scene Is placed, Just following the revolution, In Currlng- ton castle In England. The Currlngtons, ■after a house party, engaged In a family tilt, caused by Jealousy. l^ady Carrlng- ton agreed to cut cards with Lord Strath- gate, whose attentions to Ellen had be- come a sore point with Carrlngton. The 'loss of 1100,000 failed to perturb her, and her husband then cut for his wife's I. O. U. and Ills honor, Carrlngton winning. Additional attentions of Eord Carrlngton to Lady Cecily and Lord Strathgate to Eady Carrlngton compelled the latter to vow that she would leave the caat...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 2 November 1909

A : W^mW-^ --ml jr v>. urt«ivt,r, ,fcl..j.uck| Raa I Land and Abstract WSffTf |V i Sunday at 11 A. m. and at nigbt ! every other Wednesday Vid Society meets every Satur- day evening Sehior 8. Y. P. iJ. Wieets every Sunday iiftefn'oori at 3 o'clock. Junior P. Y. P. U. meets eVery Slinday afternoon at 4 o'clock. St. ES. CHURCH SOtft H C. j. Atkinson, PAstofc Sunday School at 10 a. m. cach Sun- day, John S. Morris, Superintendent. Preaching every First aitd Third Sun- day by the Pastor, at 11 A." m. and at night. Methodist Hoinc Mission Society iiiests First and Third Saturday at 2 p. ton Prayer Meeting every otfier Wedhes- day night. Junior Epwortli League meets every Sunday afternoon al 2 o'clock. Sehior Epwortb League meets every Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock. Lodge* A, F. & A. M. Linden Lodge No. 192 meets every 1st Saturday night in each month. L. C. Weaver, W. M. I. li. Lanier, Secretary. K, of P." Elberta Lodge No. 374 fncets evory 3rd Saturday night in each m'ontft. L. C...

Publication Title: Cass County Sun, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 9 November 1909

If< \< \ •V f 1 - SPM «.• . E. A. BANCEGR, Publisher. > .A Paper Devoted to the best Interests of tlxo People. Sutoacriplioft, SIOO Per Aim in* VOL. 34. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 9. 1909. NO. 48. A NOTE OF WARNING. The South is Not Taking Ad- vantage of its Wonderful Advantages . • ne following fr.orri flichard II. fcdtfionds, of Baltimore, editor of the Manufacturers' Record, and credited to the Age Herald by the Farmers' Union Guide, is not subject to much adverse criticism. Mr. Edmonds said; "Yes, it is true that the South is doing great things, but it is ilot doing one-half as much as it ought to be doing. As a matter of fiict we have boasted that we liave forgotten that these ad- Vantages are not of our Own cre- ation. They are a gift; d bless- ing from heaven, far Which we ought to be devoutly thankful; but our boasting should be of things accomplished by the South. And we haven't wrought la proportion to our blessings. "We have unsurpassed advan- tages of soil...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 9 November 1909

: •i^.V ' - '"" ■ WM tjnSCr hW < .r # ?!• ••• ('>•;■•' i r >•■•■ TV S :. iH' ; ';. rrti'-'V- S. p&ffip*' ■ Great River Convention Is Held in New Orleans. PRESIDENT FAVORS PROJECT Promises the Present Administration Will Support Issuance of Federal Bonds If Fourteen-Foot Pro- gram Proves Feasible. New Orleans, Nov. 1. — Ringing demands for "14 feet through the val- ley" and elaborate argument in sup- port of the program fo - the creation of a deep waterway from the lakes to the gulf have marked the great con- vention of the Deep Waterway asso- ciation that opened here Saturday. President Taft, Vice-President Sher- man, Speaker Cannon, governors of th Mississippi valley states, Innumer- able senators and representatives and a mighty throng of private citizens who believe in the big river project are here and all urge that It be un- dertaken and carried to a speedy con- clusion. President Taft Promises Support. President Taft, who arrived in New Orleans escorted by a great...

Publication Title: Cass County Sun, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 9 November 1909

KM, - i-'M'*' f':,i■■ r ■ •* "< ■'■: k ';-:WM^^Zr^' <400* .^aji■'■■■■^■^■''.--'r'l-fj. ... --V " f ':?:• ';;"«! :- ', V i, ' -1 • ■ " •%-'' * 'W-*':'' "'" '• ;•' ' ' '""■. ' ' " ' ' ' v ' ' " S r'Jffi-fmiffi'* '":ir ■ ■••"■•■■ '' • -^Vi •''*', ':-• . -A rWf :. .;i *■ ■ ' i«• -V • - > . -t ''J. .,l '' jru . ' '•, 2* . (*/'- •'- ■'." .-• • *i w;' '. / • - .;..! aw / i lr I V l.i ) & f' 1 ■ NEW YORK ELECTS GAYNOR AS MAYOR WITH 80ME DI8TRICT3 MI88ING VOTE IS, GAYNOR 246,716, BAN- NARD 175,206, HEA8T 150,660. SUMMARY OF STATE RESULTS Board of Estimates In New York City Is Won by Fuslonlsts—Democrats Show Gain. New York, Nov. 3.—Tammany elect- ed another Mayor of Greater New York yesterday, but lost Its grip on city finances. New York: William J. Oaynor, who now becomes Mayor of Greater New York, was elected on the strength of his personal record as a jurist and his stand for "personal liberty" and e Control of Board of Estimate. Reform control of the Board of Bsti- niate is ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 9 November 1909

COUNTY SUN NOTICE Joha Banger, Editor &> Proprietor i i£ j< •<. i 4 V V1IK0AS9 COUNTY 8tTtt pftbllblicd every Tui'stlay, it entered it (Tic UoilCu i>t>stoM"u os Sneuiul.CUas mutter. RATKSOP subscription: Single copy per year ' $1.00 " six months ' 50 certts Nopaperssent out without the cash in advance; paper stopped \ylieri thric is out, or we lose it. Obituary notices and cards of thanks wil) be inserted at two-and-a-half cents per jiite A Central National Bank There is likely to be an effort to ^ rnniyl .r> tormn4- uanking system by establishing ugrand central bank when Cong- ress meets in December, and as the plan is favored by Taft,Aldr- ich,Cannon'& Co, it will be apt to go though. Well—it depends upon wheather the government or the capitali- sts owns and controls the central bank. If thecapitaliistowil and controls it then the American SHERIFFS SALE TftR STATE Ol' TEXAS, County of Cass. By virtue t>f aft Alias Order of Sale, issued out of the Honor...

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