The Cass County Sun (Linden, Tex.), Vol. 59, No. 42, Ed. 1 Tuesday, October 16, 1934 Page: 1 of 8
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BANKER & ERW1N, Publi«her8. }
Devoted to the best Interests of the People.
\ MubNcripHon. 01.00 Per Annum
LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 16 1934.
Enon Association To .
Meet With Bloomburg
The sixty second annual bob
sion of Enon Missionary Bap
tist Association will convent*
with the church at Bloomburg
Thursday and Friday, October
13th and 10th
The churches co operating with
this Association are urged to
elect their messengers and pre-
pare their annual reports.
Many Thousands Are
Attending State Fair
Dallas, Texas, Oct. 11.—The
first week of the State Fair of
Texas has demonstrated to the
people of the State that the forty
eighth annual exposition is one
of the greatest in the history of
the Fair. The numerous free at
tractions, the varied athletic
events, the enlarged livestock,
poultry, automobile, and agri
cultural shows have been at
trading record breaking crowds
daily.;. The fall race meeting is
packing the grand staud every
day dud the second week of the
State Fair finds the big show in
its regularly successful stride
Opening day prove.1 the most
successful first day in a decade,
The grounds swarmed with 8'5,
150 people. They came from
every part of Texas. Sunday al
so brought many visitor-* from
out of town to the Fair over the
week end. More than a tlions
and Texas editors held their day
at the.Fair on the initial date.
Almost all of them attended The
Show of a Century at the Audi
torium and were lavish in their
compliments in regard to the
Dallas Day, also designated
Centennial Appreciation Day,
was featured by teeming throngs.
Child rens' Day packed the
grounds with 200,000 happy
youngsters, every one of them a
guest of State Fair management,
Texas Farm Girls started com
ing to the Fair by the hundreds
on Dallas day. This was the
first dav of the annual encamp
meut of the 4 H girls clubs
STOP WORRYING! Let us
shoulder the burden of that busi
ness you waut to own and man
age We need a route manager
right there in Cass county—will
back you with resources and ex
perience of America's best known
GG year old selling organization
If you own a car—are between 21
and 50 years of age, write TO
DAY A. T. Lewis, care of the .1 U
Watkins Company, Memphis,
Feels a Lot Better
From many states come reports
like the following from Mr. W. M.
Henderson, of Jasper, Fla: "I have
been talcing Thedford's Blaclt-
Draught twenty years. I take it
for constipation that gives me a
dull, tired, aching feeling, and 1
have headache, too. Black-Draught
relieves me of this trouble, After
. a few doses, I feel as good as new.
1 keep It In my home. I have a
big family. When one of us Is ail-
ing (from constipation), we take
Black-Draught and almost always
feel a lot better. It has been
worth Its weight in gold to my
family." ... Sold In 25tf packages.
"Children like the Syrup."
Texas Schools Receive
$8,496,212 in Gas Tax
Austin, Texas, Oct., 13—The
state common school fund receiv
ed the record total of $8,496.212
as the one fourth "cut" of Texas'
gasoline tax income for the fiscal
year which ended August 31, or
nearly $1,000,000 more than in
every previous year. Comptrol
ler George H. Sheppard annonuc
ei today. Schools receive one
cent of the four cent gas tax.
Proportionate boosts went to
the Board of County and District
Road Bond Indebtedness, which
also receives one cent of the tax,
and the highway fund, which gets
the remaining two cents.
Working his first full flscalyear
with an adequate field force un
der the state's strong new "tinfi
b >otleg" law, the comptroller
boosted gas tax income $4,036.
845 above last year to an all
time high total of $33,984,848.
his annual report showed.
He attributed almost theentire
gain to record enforcement acti-
vity arid the educational cam
paign of the Texas Good lloads
Association. In his state wide
drive against the tax stealing
"racket", his 50 field men tiled 99
felouy and 71 misdemeanor
charges during the year; are re
The $33,984,848 income is
broken up into three parts. In
addition to the $8,496,212 for
schools, another $8,496,212 goes
to county tax relief in the refund
ing of county road bonds.
Whereas the fund last year was
able to pay all interest ou such
bonds but only 3 ) per cent of the
principal, the increase will permit
[laying this year of all interest
and at least half the principal
maturities, if not more, Mr. Shep
The remainder of the gas tax,
or $16,992,424, is still devoted
to the original purpose for which
the tax was invented—construe
tion and maintenance of state
From Old Alliance
(Erwin & Banger Editors )
,/uue 25, 1895—Miss Ida Earp
left Sunday tor Queeu City so as
to be in attendance upon the
opening of the Summer Normal
Chas Pruitt and Rob Moore,
nf Atlana, spent a few days in
the city visiting Mr V. S Pruitt
Born—To Mr. and Mrs. John
Giibert, a 12 pound hoy.
Mr T. J Wilson, of Douglass-
ville, was in the city Saturday
attending the protracted meeting
ut the Methodist church
Messrs Andrew Nelson and
Lon Albright did quite a i.ice
job last week leveling the court
i house yard.
Mrs O M. Tucker, who has
bf-en visiting friends and atend-
ing tl p protracted meeting re
turned to her home in Cusseta
Miss Nannie Duncan,of Queen
City, spent several days in Lin-
den and returned home Sunday
New Highway From
Texas Into Mexico
Eagle Pass, Texas, Oct. 12.—A
new highway leading from Texas
direct to Saltillo,Mexico,through
Eagle Pass, is under construction
and is expected to be completed
by 1936 when Texas Centennial
celebrations will be staged by
San Antonio, Houston, Goliad,
Brenham, Nacogdoches, Hunts
ville, Gonzales, Galveston, Dal-
las and other cit ies.
The highway will be surfaced
with asphalt, a recent grant of
1,000,000 pesos by the Coahuila
Government making rapid pro
gress possible. The new road
will be practically an air line in
construction and eliminates the
curves and dips on much of the
co t n
How to Serve
CANNED pears are an appe-
tizing product, and all you
have to dy is to open the can
and cat thorn. But there are lots
of otlier things that you can do
with thain iti a culinary way. You
can nieringtts them, for instance,
• ir serve thuiii in salads, or cock-
mils. or cobblers, You can make
!>ie3 of tlmm. or use tliein in pud-
dings, or make fritiors of them, or
bake them. In fact, there are
dozens of ways of serving this
particularly delicious fruit. Here's
one of them.
Mcrinffucd Pears: Drain six
canned pear halves (about two-
thirds of the contents of a No. 2
can), and lay them in a baking
dish about two inches apart. Fiil
i c.yitiea wit.ii one tablespoon brown
nttgar and one tablespoon butter.
Beat three whites until stiff,
ad<l one-half cup confectioner's
•sugar slowly, and continue beat-
ing. Add one teaspoon almond
extract, and cover pears com-
pletely with this meringue. Bake
in a slow—300 degree—oven for
fifteen minutes, or until a deli-
cate brewn. Serve hot or cold.
This serves six and costs only
about twenty cents.
A Fine Fruit Salad
And here's a way to combirre
pears and apricots in a fine fruit
salad you will find it hard to
Chill eight canned pear halves
and sixteen canned apricot halves,
and drain thoroughly. In the
center a nest of lettuce place a
pear half and flank it with an
apricot on each side. Mash three
packages cream cheese, soften
with a little cream and whip with
a fork until fluffy. Drop a spoon-
ful of this in the center of each
piece of fruit, and top with a bit ,
of stiff currant jelly. Serve with j
cream* mayonnaise or French '
dressing. Serves eight.*
When you change your post
ffice, street or rural route hH
dress please notify The Snn
promptly Under di new postal
itiling the publisher must pay 2
cents for every change made
unless notified by the subscriber.
Do You Know That
A murder is committed in the
Uuited States every 44 minutes
The area of Turkey is 294,492
square miles, reading forward or
The first picture postcard of
which proof exists was made in
Last year the homicide rate in
the U. S. was the highest of any
country in the civilized world.
Urban mortgages in the U S.
are estimated to total $36,000,-
000,000, which is more than the
Adolpb Hitler has bis likeness
on a new issue of postage stamps
just issued by the Nazi govern
Over 15,000 Americans are in
More than 160,000,000,000
cigarettes are smoked each year.
Some $300,000 worth of bug-
gy whips are still produced an-
A bald cypress tree growing at
Santa Maria del Tule, Mexico, is
believed to be the oldest living
tbing in the world.
A high goal polo player rides
between 11 and 12 miles during
Approximately 400,000 Amer
icans are regularly engaged in
Milk has the highest food value
of all foods.
On an average a milk bottle
makes only 20 trips before it is
broken—and the breakage cost
adds $12,000,000 to the annual
milk bill of the American people.
The Commissioner Erred.
From Dallas News:
Commissioner Kenesaw M. Lan-
dis' intervention in the final
game of ihe World Series at De-
triet becomes a conspicuous in-
stance of the misguided use of
authority and sets a precedent
which will have disagreeable re-
percussion in the future of the
national pastime. Even had the
commissioner removed player
Vied wick from the game in the
interests of safety and to prevent
riot, as the Associated Press as-
Hurried that he did, his action
would have beeu in error and
contrary both to law and cus-
tom in Baseball The burden of
supplying police protection is on
the home club. If Detroit was
unable to assure the physical
safety of Med wick in left field af-
ter the collision with Owen at
third base, the game should have
been forfeited to St. Louis.
By ordering Med wick out of
the game the commissioner
weakly bowed to mob rule. . .
He has given the -'wolves" in
Detroit's left field bleachers and
in every other baseball park of
the u a me carte blanche to force
out of the lineup any unfortu-
nate pluyer within reach of their
pop bottles. His action con-
trasts weakly indeed with Ban
.Johnson handling the attack on
Billy Evans in St. Louis and
with Harry Pullian's sending
Hank O'Day back to the Polo
Grounds to umpire in the face of
the threatening mob. . .
We. have a full line of guns und
ammunition. Prices right.
B F Williams Lbr. Co.
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stall one? Get in touch with the business office. Say:
"1 want a telephone."
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Banger, J. E. A. & Erwin, W. L. The Cass County Sun (Linden, Tex.), Vol. 59, No. 42, Ed. 1 Tuesday, October 16, 1934, newspaper, October 16, 1934; Linden, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth340836/m1/1/: accessed April 25, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Atlanta Public Library.