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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 6 May 1913

■HEl >■ , * ■ '''1 v..-\ •■ ■. • * ■jr.- ' .vy-u:: ,>•'' v;>&j ' J&L *•• • ,W' '* mm -'*•■ !i * u-- ■ ' v« ■ "!": 4 I H ■ ^rvjK*« 1 CASS COUNTY SUN J. E. A. BANGEE W. L. EBWIN BANGER & ERWIN, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. THE CASS COUNTY 8UH published eYory Tuesday, Is entered nt thu Linden jiostoflluu hu Second;Class matter. katus ok subs«ription: Kinglc copy per year ' $1.00 " six months ' 50 cents No papers sent out without the cash In advance; paper stopped when time is out, or we lose it. Obituary notices and cards of thanks will be inserted at two-and-a-half cents I>ei line Linden to be Incorporated. At the election held Saturday determine whether or not Linden should be incorporated, those fa- voring the measure won by a large uiujoritp, the vote being 54 for corporation and 13 for no corporation. The next move will be to call an election to elect officers, a mayor, a city marsh all and five aldermen. These officers should be progressive, wide-awake and ene...

Publication Title: Cass County Sun, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 6 May 1913

. ' 'V VSEKSKmrnw" P * j"?\ T.^ - r • :• - . • <S'• • M|jS|P§||s^ SfPS I I XdO//-l IWTMzzigjbmmh Coffins at Linden Mercantile Co. Lemons at Sam FniH*. D. n. Humphrey, of Callaway, was in Linden last Thursday. If you delight in good coffee try that handled by K. Wfiin. J. M. Daniel, of Mill Creek, was in town last Wednesday. If you belch up a bitter tasting liquid, it is a sign of bad digestion. A dose or two of HERBINE will correct the dis- order. r It stimulates digestion aud puri ties the bowels. Trice 50c. Sold by the Cabin Drug Store. Miss Oneida Sheffield is visit- ing friends in .Jefferson. Chops, Oats, Bran and Shorts at Marett & Pant's. Sain Font ami family visited T. E. Washington's family Sun- day. Fancy lull head rice at K. Wy tin's. Oct your FISH Saturday at A. M. Alhluy'a. H. B. Dear, of Caves Springs community, wao in town yester- day. Ice Croam fresh from the Shrteveport factory evory Satur- day at A. M. Alldays. Prof. W. F. Stanford, of Bear Creek community, w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 6 May 1913

f o mr •w* if;■ THE CASS COUNTY SUN 1 Banger A Erwln, Editor* and Prop*. INDBN. TEXJlS WOULD INCREASE TAX ON BEER AND LIQUOR VAUGHAN SEEKS TO PUT IT ON LEVEL WITH PROTECTION j GIVEN BY TARIFF. I DUTY IS $2.60 PER GALLON Estimated That to Add $1.50 to Reve- nue Tax Would Bring $180,000,- 000 More Revenue. t , "Washington—Representative Vaugh- an of Texas has made good on one of his campaign promises to the extent of introducing a bill looking to the separation of the liquor Interests from a part of their profits. Mr. Vaughan Bays $180,000,000 a year is a conser- vative estimate of the amount that the distilleries and breweries would have to give up if his bill were en- acted into law. The plan proposed in the bill is to * 'ace the internal revenue tax on malt and spirituous liquors at exactly the same figure as the tariff duties on those articles. That would produce a condition whereby foreign liquors could come into competition with Am- erican distilleries and breweries on in equal,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 6 May 1913

1 ) ©SWf ' aeaas: mm W!Si% &$S5 if?'•" & - V • V V. ^W&JH d S.TANT9N y iWINS ' )ELEANOR Mj: j INGRAfJ c/fuuiorof TJh3 Gamcana iJi V"3 Mercury ctc. 'ilk // FPEraC THORNBURGH «Vfl SYNOPSIS. At the hejrlnnlnK of great automobile race the mechanician or the Mercury, Stanton's machine, drops dead, fltrunice youth. Jesse Floyd, volunteers, and l ac- cepted. In tho rost during tho twenty- four hour race Htanton meets a stranger, Miss Cnrllele, who Introduces herself. The Mercury wins race. Btanton receives flowers from Miss Carlisle, which he Ig- nores. Stanton meets Miss Carlisle on a train They alight to take walk, and ■train leaves. Stanton and Miss Carlisle follow in auto. CHAPTER IV.—(Continued.) Stanton, unruffled as In tho New York depot, exccpt for his wind-tossed hair, whose blackness was flecked with yellow road dust, leaned back to reclaim his hat and Inquire their destination. When he returned to the usual method of driving with both hands and facing forward, Miss C...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 6 May 1913

V ■s • • Ui &!'' 4. *$- x ; •«'• 1 - ' : ■:."' mM Il! vi fx W:\: 5$ #®2§8wP5pw ■ * #•' P-:' ' i M- 4* -WTT • 77ie JBesf Beverage under the Scin— | | i L "-A3 h Mi f \ j l ■ • l i \ • fi ■' 1 I \ ' '4s ;a. «$*>. J, ' >TH* , ;■■, ,. •„ H ■V i c e <1 *) t !>t i e In % |;7" P . .«W|«r Drink A wclcome addition to any party—• any time—any place. Sparkling with life and wholcsomcncts Delicious Refreshing Thirst-Quenching Demand the Genuine— Refuse Substitutes l-a At Soda Fountains or Carbonated in Bottles. THE COCA-COLA COMPANY, ATLANTA, CA. WtxnTVer yo\l «ee an Arrow (hinlc of Coca-Cola. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. C. E. DAVIS, M. D. physician and surgeon linden, texas. \ Prompt attention given to all calls day or night. Officc on south side of Court House square. dikeCT O H^ Cliurcheu }. O, GOODMAN BARBER SHOP. ON WEST SIDE OF SQUARE. good workmen—quick service everything up-to-date hot and cold i5aths THEY WILL APPRECIATE YOUR TRADE. S DR. W. J. GIVENS DENTIST—: Linden, Texas H....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 13 May 1913

I m 1 f {Mnbsci'ipHon, $100 Per flAaar NO. 19. 4k i:itu i\ |*ul>li hcm. } A. 3Paper Devoted to the best Interests of the People. VOL. 38. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, MAY 13, 1913. in (.EE SIMMONS MAKING GOOD. Sherman Daily Democrat: I Capt. ilill McDonald's proplic jcy that "Loo Simmons ought to have to detain you at Mr. Dick- ' niako a cracker-jack good sheriff, °.V'8 hoarding house through the for hanged if 1 can tell whether night on the charge of engaging ' he is laughing or crying,- joking in the retail liquor business in in fact, we must not part-just; Injustice to The Producer. yet! Unfortunately for you, my ; „ . , , , , * J ..... , . ,. j . • | J lu a recent address on fcduca poetic friend, 1 am the high slier- , ... , .. ., ,, . , ... tional Aids for Farmers, \'rmd iff of Grayson county and will .. . ' ent Mezes said m part: While some progress has been I CJ 1-1 -- --U n i j — 1-5 1 or in earnest," sObms to be com- county where the the people have ing true. j said by their ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 13 May 1913

fflT THE CASS COUNTY SUN Banger * Erwita, Editors and Prep*. UKDEN. - TEXAS BREVITIES - TEXAS ENTIRE THAT Art FOUR MORE NEW YORK POLICEMEN CONVICTED (charge against demoted in- spectors was conspiracy to obstruct justice. I > AN ATTACK ON "SYSTEM" > 1 District Attorney Regards Verdict Most Important Yet Won in | His Campaign. " —___________ I New York.—James F. Thompson, -James El. Hussey, John J. Murtha and Dennis Sweeney, the four demoted police inspectors charged with a con- spiracy to obstruct justice, wt.re con- victed by a jury in the supreme court Tuesday. 1 Only 38 minutes were taken by the Jurors to reach their verdict that the -defendants were guilty of a misde- meanor in plotting to keep a prospec- tive witness against the "system" from making graft disclosures before the grand jury. The accused officials stood outward- ly unmoved as they heard the verdict. The crowd in the court room, how ♦ver, caused a disturbance sufflinf chairs and feet until attendants check- «...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 13 May 1913

' v ' 4 3 jm irMUXX,' < nr>< . ' nai 0AS6-COUNTY SUN J. K. A. BANCIEU W. b. KRWIN BANGER & ERWIN, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. TITKCA88 COUNTV SUN published every 'l'tteeday, lit entered at the Linden postoftlro UB 8ceondiCl«B9 matter. KATlis UP subscription: tingle copy per year ' $1.00 " six months ' 50 cents No papers sent out without the cash In ADVANCit; paper stopped when time is «tt , or we lose it. . Obituary notices and cards of thanks will be inserted at two-and-a-half cents pei line LIVE AT HOME. Cass County Farmers Buy $13,- 750 of Pork Annually. The Fanners' Union is inaugti- nting a "Live at Homo" cam* pai<>n anion"1 the fanners of Texas. Mr. Peter Radford, pres- ident of the Union, in discussing the subject said: "There is no reason why a farmer should buy a dollar's worth of meat during the year, but from such informa- tion as I am able to obtain, the fanners of Texas buy f 2b,000,- 000 of pork and its products per annum, to say nothing of other kinds ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 13 May 1913

r im WR ■ ¥$ ' i jpift4 wmmfi sfyj $ QW — W1 ' )£LEANOR JNG d Zfc Bhstrakcnj &y Jerciuy TTONBURGH r/teiMwi (www 8YN0P8I8. At the beginning of greet automobile race the mechanician or the Mercury. Htanton'g machine, drops dead. Strange youth, Jesse Kloyd. volunteers, and Is ac- nept«d In the reat during the twenty- four hour race Stanton meets a ■ganger. VC4sa Carllslw, who introduces herself. The Mercury wins race. Stanton receives flowers from Miss Carlisle, which he Ig- nores. Stanton meets Mlas Carlisle on a frain. They alight to take walk, and train leaves. Stanton and Miss Carlisle follow In auto. Accident by which San- ton Is hurt Is mysterious. Flovd. at lunch with Stanton, tells of his boyhood. CHAPTER V. (Continued.) Stanton gasped. Where had hU memory been, not to recall the name >f Floyd? A multitude of confused recollections rushed across his mind, of that famous manufacturer and racer for sheer love of the sport, o" the superb cars he had built, and of his death ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 13 May 1913

m ^J| f1 . Aw feil ■: k:v :": m&WSkyi -./W'.. ■ ciTi >£■: - .ir ■■■■ilii.'y.C!! 'jjggQ* 190* £ Wfmj W EJVcic ■'r ■ — \ A Luuionu at Satis >' aut:\ If you delight in good oodee try that bundled by K. Wyuu. f-Tiun Clifford Robmsori is. visit- ing relatives at Bryan* Mill . Tube pfttfitn1, all colors at Abe Cubiti Dtilfc Stoi'w. Mrs. T. M Powell is visiting relatives in Atlanta Ibis week. I1? you belch up a bitte tasting liquid it 1s A sign of bad digestion. A dose or tvo of IIERISINE will correct the dis- oi<lcr. It stimulates digestion aud pari* in s iIn- bowels. Price 80c. Sold by t^e Cabin Drug Stoic. Chops, Oats, lirau Ami Shorts at Marett & Pant's. .1 II. and C. E Kirkland, of near A4nira, were on our streets lrtst Thursday. Fancy full head tico at K. W Villi's. ('.ill and inspcct the "Arrow" ihe poprilar collar, 'j t'or 25c. T. M. Coobran &. Sous. Mr. Ollin Lemtuon, of Mt. Won, was a social visitor to Linden Sunday. Next SUiirJay only wo will •'li 12 boxes o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 13 May 1913

«P. * ':\/,_ ;.v '' -■ > f: -'- • " • . • «*,.;} ¥ COCOA AND CHOCOLATE For Every Baking CALUMET BAKING POWDER Best—because it's the purest. Best—because it never fails. Best— because it makes every bakinglight, fluffy and evenly raised. Best —because it is moder- ate in cost quality. ■n ~ highest ia At your grocers. P RECEIVED HIGHEST AWARDS World'i Pure Food Eip* ■ition, Chicago, 111. Pari* Eapaaition, Franc*. March. 1912. You don'( save money when you buy cheap or big-can baking powder. Don't be misled. Buy Calumet, ll's more economical — more wholesome — gives best results. Calumet Is far superior to sour mill( a"d soda. Young Grammarian. teacher gave an examination on comparison of adjectives and ad a following a series of lessonb that subject. One little boy was '1 upon to compare the word With much shuffling of embar i feet, he replied: "Positive, omparative, farther; superlative, father." FUL ECZEMA ON FACE ;nid, Md.—"Baby's eczema in little spots and would burst i all ave...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 13 May 1913

, -M,: ~~ ■«W ;# xlt M: m 9 ■M & ' • ■ ■ I «F,3$ jUSE FOR STALE BREAD Imay be made over into many NICE DISHES. (oil • \ EB r Grandmothers Knew Particularly Wall How It Might Be Done— Soma Recipe* Presented That Are Worth Tjylng. i The modern houaekeeper la UKely (to I ij a loaf of freah brand every Iday at the baker's, but our grand- imothera made their bread at home land uaed up every scrap of one bak- jlng before baking day came around (•gain. Here are tome of the Ingenious "ways in which one grandmother dls- Igulned stale bread so that the inost Eernlckerty child she bad would not now It from a brand new dish. Cnt squares of very hard bread two Inches thick; steam over boiling water for twenty minutes and iwrve hot. 'With butter and maple syrup. Or cut the br«ad In one-Inch •quares, put In a colander, and dash cold water over them. Then fry the squares In butter until th« y nr«> a deli- cate brown. Break two eugn over them, cook three minutes, and serve Immediately. This I...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 13 May 1913

'.i ntu; . „• ■ 1B& .''■■■"• mmH \> LiS/ aes.a. i«i w# piip Alamo Heroes Monument As Sociatlpn. One of the features of the Fien- ta San Jacinto, Snn Antonio's annual spring carnivttl, was the 1 hings We Think. The foot that rocks the cradle isn't the one that is kicking for woman* rights. The man who doesn't trust too i'liiirchcw —to insure complete success take along ri case of fi! J? much to Providence is usually unveiling of the replica of the Providence's favorite. prqposed monument. A special The man contemplating suicide invitation had been extended to is usually the first to throw up the School children I oat tend am l^sif The satisfying beverage—in field or forest; at home or in town. As pure and wholesome as it is temptingly good. ellclcus—Refreshing Thirst -QmencMng Dim and i he Genuine— Refuse institutes. Sc.ta lor I'rcc Lcaklel. Z A At Soda Ay-\Y Fountain! or Carbon- ted ;n Bottles. THE COCA-COLA CCMFAMY, ATT ANT C. \V12AVER,'president C. Tv. DAVIS, 1st v-i'RGs. S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 20 May 1913

'/ 'II 1m s .< ."TP - v* ,, F. . ' ;®P rW:**' **! *• •• ••«'•• •£?«* - •'•••#. > " ' ■ ■|||MI«W«^||I ijPH " •■ « :-7 ~~ - .. / r<- *y ($■■■'■* - II 4\(iiKlt & EltlVIN, Publishers. )■ A Paper Devoted to the best Interests of the ^People. {Sufoacriplion, f I OO Per AnnnM VOL. 38. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, MAY 20, 1913. NO. 20. MM MAKE SHABBY SURFACES LIKE NEW Step outside and look at your home from your neighbor's viewpoint. I Tow many articles does your neighbor see that are marred, scratched or shabby? How many floors are rough and porous and hard to keep clean? Which room could be brightened up and make more cozy? All these can be made like new and ot trilling cost by using a few small cans of Lincoln I'aints or Varnishes. Our "Home Paint Jobs" booklet tells you how you can do it yourself. Ask fur it- it's free. We have a Liucoifi lvaint, Varnish, Stain, Enatn-* el or Finish for every surface, new or old, indoors or outdoors. <£_ fir? Cabin Store FARM FACTS. (By i'ete...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 20 May 1913

■ MBMHi qHBHI ;ppm ■ ' THE CASS COUNTY SUN Bangw * Erwk, Editor* and Propt. UNDEN. .... TEXAS REPUBLICANS BEGIN FIGHT ON WILSON / DILATORY TACTICS OF MINORITY ' DEFER CONFIRMATION OF HAR. Rl ' APPOINTMENT. OPPOSITION IS OBDURATE Durand's Friend* Will Strive to Hold Him in Office of Census Di- rector Until July 1. Washington.—Senate Republicans began their first big fight on President Wilson's nomination when tho appoint- ment of W. J. Harris of Georgia as director of the census, succeeding E. Dana Dura ml, van taken up in execu- tive session. For nearly five hours the senate played at cross-purposes on the Harris nomination without ever entering Into a discussion of the mer- its of the case. The Republicans forced roll call af- ter roll call on questions of procedure and lnsupport of tactics which the Democrats termed dilatory. Motion to put the nominations over until Friday and until next week were put and de- feated, and finally when the member- ship of both sides had dwindled awa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 20 May 1913

•- .1 .i-l WM " - " - * •' mmmmmmv*..*,. n' ■ m L PSf '■wm I a * I I & I FOR THE BEST OF COFFEE Three Way* of Preparing Beverage Which le a Favorite In Every / American Houaehold. ' Tor old-fashioned coffee the rule !• tone tablespoon for each person and *>ne for the pot To clear It take one «8K and the ehell and beat It up with (our tableapoona of cold water, using lone-third of thla for six tableapoona of coffee. The remainder of the egg- water will keep until used on the next two mornings. Stir with a apoon eo all the coffee may become coated with the egg mix- ture. Now turn Into the coffee pot as many cups of boiling water as spoons «f coffee used. Set on the Are and allow to boll briskly five minutes. Bel back on the stove to "melt" for ten minutes. Percolated coffee Is the best coffe« made and those who can afford a per* colater will And that it will lessen the hills and that they can always hav« fine coffee. A cheaper grade of cof fee can be used In a percolater than f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 20 May 1913

■HBH L. C. WEAVER,"prbsidbnt C. E. DAVIS, Istv-pkbs. S. E. GEORGE, trbasurbk WESLEY MORSE, Snd v-pros The Caddo Co-Operative Oil & Gas Co* Incorporated Under the Laws of the State of Texas. LINDEN, TEXAS] Invite you to co-operate with them in the development of Cass and Marion County oil fields. Invest $22.50 in a Home Development proposition. <• A Lot and Co-Operative Contract shares in all of their developments. WHITE I1OR IN^X>I*M^TI03Nr. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. C. E. DAVIS, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SUKOEON linden, TEXAS. Prompt attention given to all calls day or night. Office on south side <n Court House square. Mt. Vernon Language and Commercial Institute J. O. GOODMAN BARBER SHOP. ON WEST SIDE OF SQUARE. good workmen—quick service everything up to-date hot and cold baths THEY WILL APPRECIATE Y018 TRADE. EUGEflE THOMPSON LAWYER Linden, - - Toxae. Will practice in State and Federal Courts. DR. W. J. GIVElNS DENTIST—: Linden, Texas Tj O WELCOME. Jr Pi'in. Resident and Corres...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 20 May 1913

rVf^'V MMM - >\!t ( *■ >' •■ .,**. , , - Y.-Ak/■ . urf itf ii.ii-Ujg gMP •, ,*■%: ' . - : LOCAIf INTELLIGENCE Lemons at 8am Fnnts. Born to Mr. and Mrs, Wyley, of Center Grove' a girl on the 17; If you deljght in good coffee try that handled by K. Wynn. Tube paints, all colors at, the Cabin Drug Store. Miss Clifford Robinson retura- ed from Marietta last Friday. If you belch up a bitter tasting liqujd it is a sign of bad digestion. A two of HERBINE will correct t*e *dis: order. It stimulates digestion aud puri- fies the bowels. Price 50c. Sold by the Cnbin Drug Store. Chops, Oats, Bran aud Shorts at Marett & Funt's. M r. I^ee Wilson came back from Logansport last Thursday. Fancy lull head rice at K- Wynn'e. Call, and inspect the'"Arrow" l,he popolar collar, 2 for 25c. T. M. Cochran &. Sous. W. C; Blalock & Co stil} sell Standard GranqlatKd Sugar at $5.00 per 1001b. g76. Albright,of Kildftl-e,"tran- sacted business ip Linden. Iflst Tuesday. Home made Ribbon Cape Syru...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 20 May 1913

X KANSAS WOMAN WHO SUFFERED From Headache, Backache, Dizziness and Nervousness, Restored to Health by Lydia E. Pink ham's ' Vegetable Compound. Lawrence, Kans. — " A year ago I was •offering from a number of ailments. I always had pain and was irregular. Dur- ing the delay I suf- fered a great deal with headache, back-> ache, dizziness, fey- erish spells, nervous- ness and bloating. I had been married nearly three years. I took Lydia E. Pink- j ham's Vegetable ' Compound and now I feel better than I have for years. I recommend Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege- table Compound to all who suffer as I did"—Mrs. M. Zeuner, 1045 New Jer- sey Street, Lawrence, Kansas. Montana Woman's Case. Burns, Mont.— " Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound cured me of awful backache which I had suffered with for months. I was so weak I could hardly do my work and my head and eyes ached all the time. Your Compound helped m« in many ways and Is a great strength- ened I always recommend it to my friends and tell...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 20 May 1913

■v: ■> a V^V-i d Illustration v# v '-£$1 SYNOPSIS. At the beginning of Kreat automobile race the mechanician of the Mercury. Htanton'a machine, drops dead. Strang® youth. Jepse Floytl. volunteers, and Is ac- cepted. In the rest during the twenty- four hour race Stanton meets a stranger. Mi«s Carlisle, who Introduces herself. The Mercury wins race, fltanton receives flowers from Miss Carlisle, which he ig- nores. Stanton meets Miss Carlisle on a train. They ullght to take walk, and train leaves. Stanton and Miss Carlisle follow in auto. Accident by which San- ton Is hurt is mysterious. Floyd, at lunch with 8tanton. tells of his boyhood. Stan- ton again meets Miss Carlisle and they dine together. Stanton comes to track ■Ick, but makes race. CHAPTER VI. (Continued.) There was a bad turn. His eyes on the machine In front, Stanton round- ed the banked curve at a pace which sent the shrieking crowd of spectators recoiling from the danger-line and sprayed yellow soil high Into the air. ...

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