The Cass County Sun (Linden, Tex.), Vol. 49, No. 36, Ed. 1 Tuesday, September 2, 1924 Page: 4 of 8
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J. K. A BANGRU W. I<. ERWIN
EJLET0JER & EBWIK
TUK0AB8 COUNTY SUN published every
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To the People
of Cass County:
A<;t«in I com« to you to express
fo eueti one of you my heartfelt
thanks fort lie loyal support and
«plendi(i vote given me in the
wcond primary August 23rd.
By nominating me to the of-
-lice oi sheriff of the county you
•have made my election sure and
placed me under lasting obliga-
tions to you, and yet I realize
that you have placed me iu a
very responsible position, and
also a position of great honor
1 know of no way to express
my appreciation than to assure
each and every one of you tl>at
when I shall become yonr sheriff
on January first, 1925, 1 shall
endeavor with your help-to make
the best sheriff Cass county has
ever had, profiting by the expe-
rience in the past, and the expe-
rience of those with whow I have
bewti associated with iu this-work
1 shall enter upon the duties of
the office with a determination
To those friends who so earn-
estly and loyally supported me,
thereby making success possible,
I say from the riwpths of my
heart,—THANK YOU; and to
those who so earnestly and loy-
ally supported my opponent, i
hold tio thought of bitterness or
censure, hut assure you that I
dosire and expect your full co-
operation and help.
Aceeptiug the great trust im-
posed on me by you in a spirit
of humbleness and gratitude,
looking forward to the future
with desire and determination
to repay you in faithful service,
1 am sincerely,
L. E. STONE.
Licensed to Wed.
II (J Stanley und Miss Audra
A L Wulket and Miss Beatrice
Milton Tayior and Zepber
Reuben Wicks and May Aus-
To the Voters of Cass County
I wish to express to you my
heartfelt thanks for the loyal
Nupport given hie iu the run off
for Tax Assessor of ('ass county.
I.would be glad to tell personally
bow 1 appreciate the vote aud
•support triven me in the election.
I fully recognize the importance
of the office to which you have
elected me, and shall strive to
merit the coulideuce aud trust
placed iu me.
Ollin W. Lemmon.
Hot Cream Bread.
Buy Cream Bread baked by
Atlanta Baking Co-. Received
hot every jia^at 11 o'clock.
Ladies wanting any kind of cake
• can get same by notifying ate
■ * fJuc day before.
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Cass County Run-Off Primary Returns, August 23,
For Justice of the'Pence, Precinct 4—
J. E. KLUNGRON 17«
J. MIKE CRIFFIN 222
For Cotton Weigher, Precinct No. 2—
P. H. BEAUCIIAMP 275
D. K. HALL 29H
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Railroad,Commissioner, 6 year term—
Railroad Commissioner, 4-year term—
Chief Justice Supreme Court—
For County Representative—
GEO. W. COODY
HOMER A. CALLAWAY.
L. n. STONE
J. F. MITCHELL
Fur Tax Assessor—
OLLIN W. LEMMON
V. H. WARREN
For Commissioner Precincts 1 and 8—
J. C. ERWIN
65 84 87
49 06 34
1111 18 57
■15 69 22
348I12H 55 29
i For Sta
. For Co
15 48 24
23 44 20
38 62 37
2217 15 22
3d,20 28 169
GUN CLUB SCORE
Thursday. Aug, 28.
A. M. Allday 18
A. .J. Nelson 17
Will Kanting 13
C. Williams 17
O. W. Morse 18
Ab Barron... 12
.lohn Honeycutt 12
It. M. Stone 13
W c Blalock 21
('otter Eller ,...1(
The Club shoots every Thurs-
day. You are cordially iuvited
Our Next Governor
The September tprm of Dis-
trict Court convened here yester-
day with Judge Hugh Carney on
the bench, and with District At-
torney Wright Patman, District
Clerk O. G. Hinea and Sheriff V.
A. Wallace in attendance.
The grand jury as organized
was composed of the following:
W. C. Blalock, Foreman; J. J.
Early, .Jack Brock, W. E. Bo-
hanuon, J. C. Traylor, Tom
Cates, Sanders Baker, W. H.
Myers, G. C. Bard well, Henry
McDuffie, R. A. Porter and J. M.
J. J. Jtory was appointed door
bailiff, and Dred Blalock and Nat
Curtright, Jr., riding bailiffs.
Jury civil cases are being tried
The following attorneys were
iu attendance yesterday:
Texarkana—J. Q. Mahaffie, E.
L. Lincoln, E. Newt Spivey.
Jefferson—L. S. Scbluter, Mar-
viu Singleton, E. B. Lewis, J. H.
Daingerfleld—J, 11. French.
Liuden—G. T. Bartlett, Wright
Patman, C. R. Newland, Henry
D. Nelson, C. C. and O. N. Bines.
Atlanta—U. A. O'Neal, Hill
Pressing Shop Changes Hands
Having bought the pressing I
parlor formerly owned by Don
Barker, I invite the public to
I call on me when wanting any
cleaning, pressing or mending,
assuring you it will receive my
very best attention. It is my
purpose to keep the shop open
at all times and give the very
best service possible.
OIL NEWS—The^Queen City
Oil «fc Gas Co., are making good
!progress on their Howe No. 1
well. They are uow about 1400
fietdeep and expect to set their
8 inch casing Monduy at a depth
of 1743 feet—Citizens Journal
Let every one make a special
effort to meet Thursday after
noon, as this will be last meet-
ing before the County Fair, and
we want a part in in, and want
to discus some plans that, we
can help beautify our Fair Park
and tnuke it. a great success this
year; so r,ry to come with some
good suggestions on your mind.
Will mt'et at Jachson Hotel as
court is in session, and be there
by 3:30 o'clock is possible.
" 1 ——
Sheriff Wallace carried his
rnotlier, Mrs. 8 E. Heard lo Mt
Peasant Saturday, night to see
her mother Mrs Harrison who
was stricken with paralysis, and
reported in a critical condition.
Mrs. Harrison is 02 years old
aod up to the time of being
stricken was hale and hearty.
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Pullman Cafe Now Open.
We are now open and ready
to cater to the wants of the in-
ner man. Service, quality and
cleanliness ia our motto. When
hungry call on us and have the
satisfaction of being well pleased.
Corner building east side square.
Geo. Cochran, Prop.
STOP THAT ITICHING.
If you suffer from Itch, Eczema, Tetter
Ring Worm, Poison Oak, Old Sores or
Eczema of the Feet, we will sell you a
jar of Blue Star Remedy on a Guarantee.
LINDEN DRUG CO.
WANTED:—Men or women to take
orders for genuine guaranteed hosiery
for men and women, and childrcs. Eli-
minate darning. Salary $76 a week full
time, $1.60 an hour spare time. Beau-
tiful Spring line.
INTERNATIONAL STOCKING MILLS
NorriatoM n. P; .
Catarrh In a lineal dlwaue prcaUy In-
fluenced by Conatltutlonal conditions.
HALJVS CATARRH MEDICINE con-
sists of an Ointment which Rives Quick
Relief by local application, and th«
Internal Medicine, a Tonic, which acta
through the Blood cm the Mucous Sur-*
faces and asslsta In ridding your 8ystem
Sold by drogftfsta for over 40 Years.
F. J. Cheney St Co., Toledo, O.
. must be avoided, or torpid
liver, MUonsness, indigestion
and saesy pains result.
Eaty to lake, thoroughly demising
Never disappoint trt nauMate—25c
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The a*me W—In one-third doees,
randy-coated. Pof rtilldren end edulta.
mm oid Oy Your Druggie! MM
LINDEN DRUG CO.
is a prescription for Malaria,
Chills and1 KWer, Dengue or Bil*
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Banger, J. E. A. & Erwin, W. L. The Cass County Sun (Linden, Tex.), Vol. 49, No. 36, Ed. 1 Tuesday, September 2, 1924, newspaper, September 2, 1924; Linden, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth341150/m1/4/: accessed November 13, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Atlanta Public Library.