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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 26 August 1913

[GER & ERWIN, EDITORS AM PROPRIETORS. TflSCASB COUNTY SUN published ewTy- Tuubilay, 1a entered at tlio Linden poatoQkV! j>i Soeonil.Clnea matter. RATES 01' SUBSCRIPTION: (single copy per year 1 $1 .(X) " six mouths v* 50 cents ■ No papers scut out without the cash In ADVANCii; paper stopped when tint£.ij nut, or we lose it!" Obituary notices and cards of thanks t«it) be inserted at two-and-a-half cents " P") line Tendered Appointment of Spe- cial District Judge. Thursday morning Hon. W.T. \rmi«tead received a. message I rain (jovernor Col«|u it t teuder- uy liirn the appointment of spe- cial jiidfi'e of the'Fifth .Judicial District, After ' consideration Armistend wired Uov. Col- on it t that, he would accept the position when tlie appointment vuh made. This special judge uan made necessary by the iu- '.•ivased business in the district omposed of the counties of Bo.wie, Cass, Marion, Morris, htusand Franklin.— Jimplecute. ^011 SALE. Ifll3 Model, Motor Cycles and! Motor Boats ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 26 August 1913

I'i, >i 'ni dpjpi Mr. Neal Curt-right, of C was a Linden visitor Sunday. fPtlbe paints, nil colors at the Cabin Drug Store t)r. O. L. Smith, of KHdare, was a Linden visitor ^ridoy Keg Pickles at Saw* Fant's.' Sallo#rcomplcxion comes from biljous impurities in the blood am) the fault lieti" with the liver and bowels:—they are torpid. The medicins th.it gives results in such cases is HKRtflNli- It is a fine liver stimulant and bowel regulator. Price 60c.' Sold by Cabin Drug Store. C. M: Nelson awl family, of Kildare, visited relatives here Tuesday of last wock. Cook,ing oil at Sam Fant's. For Buggy Hartleys see 1. N Martlt. Mrs. VV. A. Powell, of Atlanta, visited Chas. Powell's fa mily here | J Sunday. If you want feed stuff see the j Tri^itder people. Mrs. G, V. Dell is on a visit to her son Oscar Dell at Vivian, La. Breeders of fine horses prefer BAL- LAUD'S SNOW LINIMBNT for all cuts' wounds or sores on their stock, because it acts both mildly and quickly and heals an ordinary w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 26 August 1913

V 60. : Ninety head of mulee were market- ed In San Angelo last week and. brought $115 per head. The hard tails will be shipped to South and Central .America. The five appropriation bills passed , Banpr ft Erwln, Editors ami Prop®. TEXAS B ■Bppit* yt of Re- DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN HAPPEN- ING® 8ER "UJ UP IN AT TBACTIW*TYL Ww sS $£E5Ssra#® LINDEN. .... TEXAS THAWIS CAPTURED~ IN CANADIAN TOWN CLEVER WORK BY COUNTY DEPU- TY 8HERIFF SOON LANDS . HIM IN JAIL. ANOTHER RACE IN AN AUTO Fugitive Pursued After Leaving Rail- road and When Caught First Denies Is Man Wanted. Sherbrooke, Quebec.—Harry K. .Thaw, cut short in his flight from 'the state hospital for the criminal in- sane at Matteawan, N. Y., by arrest Tuesday at the village of St. Hermen- engllde De Garford, just over the In- ternational line from New Hampshire, 'prepared in his cell in the county jail here to fight against being sent back to the United States. ^ Thaw • faces deportation on the charground that he is an undesirable alie...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 26 August 1913

/ $1 ■ . ■ mm IBBPHiM 9MHLH pJ" k >rn IPWSM *•' ^jPWHkP 338 'jgjf ... ■ - 6rW¥s M Si-F;, _ AROMANCE EX SDWESTED BY THE VLAYlff >I*UL ARMSTRONG * copyricht loio Jrr H/iPCTyBBorHEPS 8YNOP8IS. Cowboys of the Flying Heart run eh are heartbroken over the Urns of their uiuch- ptlr.ed phonograph by tne rtefeut of their champion In a foot-rac6 with the cook of the Centipede ranch. A house party Ih on nt the Flying Heart. .T. WalllnKford Speed, cheer leader nt Yale, and Culver Oovlnglon, loter-eollcclate champion run- ner, ure expected. Helen Blake, Kpoed'tt sweetheart, becomes Interested In the loss of the phonograph. She sugnests to ,t«an Chapln, sinter of the owner of the ranch that she Induce Covlnitton. her lover, to •win hack the phonograph. Helen declares lha,t If Covington won't run. Speed will. The cowboys are hilarious over the pros- pect CHAPTER III.—Continued. It was growing dark when the rat- tle of wheels outside the ranch-house brought the occupants to the porch tn time ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 26 August 1913

I II I ^ I.''''' it I i% L ■ ■■.« Linden Hardware & Furniture Co. FUNERAL DIRECTORS COMPLETE AND VARIED STOCK CASKETS, COFFINS, BURIAL SUITS AND ROBES. . Very best attention given calls day or night, PRICES TO SUIT ALL TOZIERS COOLING BOARD AND WALNUT STOOLS FURNISHED FREE. Day Phone 60 Night Phone 17 LINDEN, TEXAS. CABIN DRUG STORE GEORGE & BARTLETT, Proprietors Everything in the Drag Line. f i 1 i m- K 'ft 1 1 I wr Toilet Articles, Stationery, Tobacco and Cigars. In fact, most everything usually kopt in a lirat-cl&ss drug store, We are Here to Please f£T ' fl- r - 7) f TTT:y ~Lj~ W/ ■ 'r ^ I •£ *5 "i. LINDEN TRANSFER CO. LilVERY AND FEED STAJ3UE. WE HANDLE BRICK, LIME AND SHINGLES. ' ij IMiiii-cIMM Mmmmmnmamtamr: &amcmmmgmmM&*amMmaammuaamBammna* DRUGGIST. THE BEST OF EVERYTHING IN THE DRUG LINE. ' Mail Orders Filled Promptly. Moseley Bldg. Jefferson, Texas. jjp—i——kcb8wbwaab3gsbsikm8mpaapmbgpbgabhapbahbhbambm0bmb*mf i.. c. weaver, prbsident, c. e. lav is, 1st v...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 2 September 1913

Is ■ v ■« ' -''3? / .n i > K VI\«KR A, ERWIN, Publishers. } _A_3?aper X)ovotocl to th.6 best Interests Of the People. {Subscription, fl.OO Per Annan* VOL. 38. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1913. Are the key-notes of SUCCESS. Very few fortunes are made b,y chance, some are inherited, but most of tbem are won through persistant effort. KEEP EVERLASTINGLY A.T IT "Success is not reached by a single bouud; We mount the ladder by which we rise From the lowly earth to the vaulted skies, And we mount*that ladder round by round." LET US HELP YOU CLIMB CASS COUNTY STATE BANK LINDEN, TEXAS IJIH WIJU IJBWi IWM er Fant took a position on one side or the other and gave his convictions unco m proinising support. He was tenacious, un- wavering, inflexible in purpose, and though all the world was against him if he believed he was right he could not be moved. Ilis friendship was generous, confiding and lasting, and may his memory be cherished by the brothers and sisters of the church he lov...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 2 September 1913

' ""fr- *2 ffpt* afl£ g y, -. fc; 22SB Stv I t Lincoln on the Rights of Labor \ I AM glad a system of labor prevails under which labor- errs can strike when they want to —where they are not obliged to work under all circum- stances ; and are not tied down and obliged to labor whether you pay them for it or not. I like the system which lets a man "quit" when he wants to, and I wish it might prevail everywhere. I do not believe in a law to pre- rent a man getting rich; that would do more harm than good. So, while we do not propose any war upon Capital, we do wish to allow the humblest an equal chance to get rich with every- body else. I want every man to have a chance to better his condition; that is the true system. I am not ashamed to confess that twenty-five years ago 1 was « hired laborer. JtMM s tfmth mi Mrto Bmvtn Cmn , Marth 6. tttoO These are some of the things whlct we havft accomplished, and it Is fitting that we should set aside a day to cele- brate victories, rejoice over ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 2 September 1913

mR : '1 A ■ , ■ ) i : ; PS? rl-^SC.^3 T=9 LABOR SAVERS IN KITCHEN Innumerable Useful Contrivance* of Which the Housewife of the Past Knew Nothing' Preparation of food la the part of the home labor that seems to call out the moat Ingenuity. If Jelly making It tn order the fruit la put In a combina- tion colander and press that yields the Juice at once. Prom this it is poured •Into a strainer that la supported by lta own Iron standard. In preparing the fruit there are many little conveniences, such as strawberry hullers, cherry pltters, or- ange peelers, pineapple eyers, apple parera aud corers, and nut crackers that take out the meats as well. Then how our grandmothers, who used to beat eggs with a fork, or. In- deed, our mothers, who made their mayonnaise by laboriously dropping the oil with one hand while they beat with the other, must envy the young housekeeper her wonderful combina- tion of eggbeater and mayounalse mixer which in its close covered glass dish makes eggs or cream s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 2 September 1913

V. mM rj, •; IW'Ki W\ i" I M f. 11 r.l 1 i I* ?i 1 , 1 | v I "Tift ' mSBh' _8___-_I!, . - . L. erwIN fER & BEWIN, EBITSBS AND PRBF^TOnS. rtll«JA88 COUNTY SUN published ev.-r* i'GBBday, Is entered at the Uuilcn yostotitw an Secuml.OltiBB mutter. k.vnts op subscription: Single copy per year ' $1.00 " six months ' "50 cents No papers sent-out without the ensh In advanch; paper stopped when time is nut, or we lose it. * Obituary notices and curds of thanks> wit' be inserted at two-and-a-half cents p?i line An Ordinanoo Regulating tlxo Spaed Limit of ^utomohiles. or Motor Yehiclos Within tJio Corporate Limits of «h.« Ci<y cf Linden- Tosas- Be it ordained by the city ro.uucil of lliw city of Linden, Texas, in regular session con- vened, lhat, the following rules and regulations tiro hereby es- tablished for the regulation of automobiles, or other motor veliieles within (lie corporate limtis of the city of Linden, Texas, governing' the owner, op- Cjuminal Docket. C H Lofton, pett...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 2 September 1913

W.B 11 IK gnp^MHM •- '> t- .. .. .. - J LOCAL INTELLIGENCE ■m _ 1" 1 r Lemons at Sam Fants. • Tube pain!*, all colors at the! (Til)in Pi ug> &toro. ' Born to YViii Surra tt and wife, a girl oil tftie 29 ult. Keg Picrkies at Sam Kant's. booking oil at Sum tfant's. F. L. Frost puid a visit to his brother J. H. Frost at Bryan's Mill last week. For Buggy Iliruo^s st;e 1. N. Marett. It" yon want feed stall'see the Transfer people. v J HERBINE la the medicine that cures biliousness, malaria and constipation.; The first dose make you feel better, a. few additional doses cures completely. Price 5l)c. Sold by Cubin Dru^ Store, j VV. B. Harris and wife visited I in llugbe* Spring'; Sunday. i Cotlolene ut K. VVynn.'s. Go to Sum Fant fCr ')'l kiud] of Staple tibd iuiicy ,:"r""Vs' "FOE A WORK SHOE THAT Johu Good sou and wife, of near COPYHIGHT BV THE snow* snoe co J. Q. Dell has in a new supply of leather material, and will be glad to supply your wants in both material or leather work....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 2 September 1913

Jiswiv3? ! - '-:i" " Ufa* ,"' '■*■;. VJ' ' ' [<■/ -r ' ... l. . V ' I • 7* «. r<-r- --V; v . . < MIES v< *•■•■ m I THE CASS COUNTY SUN k Erwin, Editor* and Prop*. TEXAS REQUEST FROM MEXICO DELAYS MESSAGE WASHINGTON OFFICIALS HOPE- FUL HUERTA ADMINISTRATION WILL MAKE CONCESSIONS. LINO AND GANIOOA CONFER It Is Officially State the United States Will Not Withdraw Its Position. Washington.—Eleventh-hour devel- opments In the Mexican situation Tuesday postponed delivery of Pres- ident Wilson's special message to con- gress until Wednesday and Midicated that the Huerta government after all might withdraw or modify its rejec- tion of the proposals of the United 6tates. At the request of Senor Gamboa, Mexican minister of foreign affairs, which was based upon supplementary suggestions by >ohn Lind, adviser to 'the American embassy in the City of Mexico, President Wilson consented to postpone his address to congress until 1 o'clock Wednesday afternoon. It was officially Heated ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 2 September 1913

mmm Iw ' i*w5F- rauSKwg A ROMANCE EX BEACH SUGGESTED BY THE PLAY 0T BWL ARMSTRONG COPYRIGHT J910 jyr HARPER BTBROTHERS B HR?m m ! I ■* n N 1 4J1 ■n [ft : a 1 I ■ If f afc ' .i'- "x, "yp**-'' • w ■ = fMUMXIl .UMBWl .. 4lr cte« Ifllt)#. MTo« tear ilk* Jacvrabhlt ahead pt a hot wind." Carara tossed his cigarette aside, an«J the sound of hie spurs waa loat around the corngr*bf the house. "This makea a boy of me," the last Bpeaker continued. "1 can hear the plaintiff notes of Madam-o-aella Melby 01.00 again." 8YN0PSI8. Cowboys of h* Klylng Heart ranch are heartbroken over the loss of their much- prlied phonograph by the defeat of their >lon In a foot-race with the cook of >ede ran Speed, cheer leader at Yale, and Culver champion tn a foot-race with the cook or the Centipede ranch. A house party la on at the Flying Heart. J. Walllnnford Covington, Inter-colledate champion run- ner, are expected. Helen Blake, Speed'* sweetheart, become* Interested lit the loss of the phonograph. She ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 2 September 1913

^i^:^KPfirawT^wyi8 ftSfl W A-, y.vf2R'; i: 1 IIS* ><:'' 'i '■ m£g& W"' id I BB11P* — sift! RlliKPSifejfc - IffPKSrSSBI . "** . v , v * n I \ I • I 1< , M >, ^ f HI ■ -> * 4 v * •J Linden Hardware & Furniture Co. FUNERAL DIREOTOBS COMPLETE AND VARIED STOCK CASKETS, COFFINS, BURIAL SUITS AND ROBES. Very beat attention given calls day or night PRICES TO SUIT ALL. TOZIER S COOLING BOARD AND WALNUT STOOLS FURNISHED FREE. Day Phone 00 Night Phone 17 4 LINDEN, TEXAS. CABIN DRUG STORE GEORGE & BARTLETT, Proprietors \* Everything in the Drug Line. f Toilet Articles, Stationery, Tobacco and Cigars. \ * In fact, most everything usually kept in a first-class drug store. We are Here to Please LINDEN TRANSFER] CO.' uiverv and feed stable. WE HANDLE BRICK, LIME AND SHINGLES, Alien Urquhart9 DRUGGIST. THE BEST OF EVERYTHING IN THE DRUG LINE. Mail Orders Filled Promptly. Moseley Bldg. Jefferson, Texas. s. e. george, treasurer l. c. weaver, president, c. e. davis, 1st v-prk...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 9 September 1913

' •I J ' I „• .. 4 '• •' • , "■ . :? -..v- /^rv'-v-v ' ■ *<■:, ' '•'• .',A' • ®^p 1 ; :u /r. • <r- LXj—| 1 1 : | > ' j| I p-'ifffV. ■WW'1 ''/V 1 ^ - "... . '*>■".'■/> • o p4N(*E2R & ERWH, I'tiblittlici'M. ^ A. I*aper Devoted to the best Interests of the IPeoplo. { SufjwnfilMni. $f.(to Fer fLmno VOL. 38. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1913. NO. 36. trmwsufirjvjM Honest Toil and Properly Directed Energy "T~ A re tlio key-notos of SUCCESS. Very few fortunes are made by chance, some are inherited, but most of them arc won through persistant effort. K7^.KP.E\,.ERLAaTIXGLY ATIT "Success is not reached by a single hound; We mount the •ladder by which we rise From the lowly earth to the vaulted skies, And we mount that ladder round by round." I.i rr US HELP YOU CLIMB CASS COUNTY STATE BANK LINDEN, TEXAS ■raCTgg7a«a,m' iro^aumiBi i IMUUIM u Live aVHome ^ v The maritime columns of the press announce that a large ves- sel loaded with canned go^ds at Baltimore has saile...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 9 September 1913

M* w fgpll'- 7m*' ■ . ''. I m m m a ? ■ K *\ I I 1 I , 1 i * f COUNTY SUN1 ft Erwla, Editor* and Prop*. - ... TIYAM 21 KILLED, 50 HURT IN RAILROAD WRECK REAR-END COLLISION OCCURE ON NEW YORK, NEW HAVEN AND HARTFORD LINE. WOODEN CARS SPLINTERED Interstate Commerce. Commission Or. ders Inquiry—Partly Caused by the "Banjo" Block System. New Haven, Conn.—Twenty-one peo- ple were killed and nearly 50 Injured, some of whom may die, In a rear-end collision Tuesday morning on the New York, New Haven and Hartford railroad six miles north of here. The first section of the White .Moun- tain express, bound for New York, speeding along at probably 40 miles an hour In a thick fog. rushed by a danger signal, It Is said, and crashed Into the real of the second section of the Bar Harbor express, standing 100 feet be- yond the block signal. The White Mountain engine cleaved through the two rear Pullman cars, both of wood, splitting them in two and tossing their wreckage and three score of mangled hum...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 9 September 1913

T If® r|R3Hp1 I&kmmmmmmmmmmmmmmrn ■ i. iSatf^ — mmmmmmmmmm ; ' | " | f ' m 1 li i r L A ROMANCE 'ex SESCH JWMESTED BY THE PLAY BIT i ML ARMSTRONG ?&fe< Smith. V jCTYRlgHT J91Q Jnr HARfTByBBOTHEPS SYNOPSIS. Cowboys of the Klylnif Heart ranch are Heartbroken over the loss i>r their rnuch- prlreil phonograph by the defeat of their champion In a foot-race with the conk of th« Centipede ranch. A house party' ib on at the Klylngr Heart. J. Walllnnford Speed, cheer leader at Vale, and Culver CovlngrtOTi, Inter-colleglnto champion run- ner. are expected. Helen Blake, Speed's • wectheart. becomes Interested In the loss «f the phonograph. She suggests to Jean Cnapin, sister of the owner of the ranch, that she Induce Covington, her lover, to win back the phonograph. Helen declares that If Covington won't run. Speed will. The cowboys aro hilarious over the pros- p«ot. Speed and his valet, I.arry Class, trainer at Vale, arrive. Helen Blalte asks Speed, who has posed to her (is an a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 9 September 1913

m 1 w TOT w J f 11 X Mf 2 af. fit -i> 1 I ft. / *i f as * *' 1 i / ] ® .: I n "'€1 _ J I v «?* twi: « B W. 1„ KJtWIN AND BOND LAW. M1NAT, DOOKKT. HHpPmI EBITOIiS AKO-mTniuOHS. Trtir'cA5{j oot.fft¥\ PVt'ry 1 euU'irotl nl tin- Uuilvn poetoUiri! as Seeoud.Clans matter, drover Powcl*, carrying a pistol, plea guilty, (ijuid #100. Urover Powell, Hqnor dealer in local optioti territory, nol pros. Walter Davis, pursuing the occupation of selling; intoxicat- ing; liquor, u.ol pros. ,?olm M outs', Arsou, verdict guilty) two yenrsin penitentiary. No papers Sent but without, the cash; j U1.y ^commended suspension of hh advance; paper stopped when time is set,(-wl(w ^mtt, or we lose it. j ,v ■ f■ |;. 10(1 .Jonion, carrying a pistol, ^0hituary notices and cards of thanks judgment . lljsi Ut| defendants Itp- wi|.t be inserted ut two u ml-a-hit If cents' pearailCe band. pc1? line hatg*of subscription: copy per year * $1.<W) six months fit) cents Grand Jury Report. It. M. drowning, violating f...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 9 September 1913

JMli \ v&M SSBSsS :..V i- ;. -dimWt fe *:t % - k *, % %;® ■ ■% &f< rJfy* . v' c . ' - -■WHtii,fln • • r J.I ' IOC At IKTELLTGEtfCE Lemons at Sara Fants. Tube paints, all colors at the Cuhiu Lhug Store. Keg Pickles at Sam Fant's. Ctiokiag Oil at Sam Fant'fl. For lfuggy Harness see I. N.j MurxHt. Little Com Marett is reported blithe indisposed list thin week. A few ironing buckets at the Linden Mereautilfc Co. li" you want food stuff see the 1 Transfer people. 1IERBINH is the medicine ihai curts biliousness, malaria ami constipation.! 'J-'he first dose make you feci better, a J few additional doics cures completely. I'rlce 50c. Sold by Cubin Drug Store. | Cottolene ut K Wynu's. Miss Oneida Sheffield, of Bowie Hill, is visiting relatives here. Go to Sam Fant 1'ur all kind of staple and fancy Groceries. Une-liii.lt' car of salt-just jeceiv- ed at the Linden Transfer Co. Buy you a Saddle Iroin Harris, Duncan it Fant. Call on k. Wynn and look at his Linden heavy $3 00 Shoes. 1 ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 9 September 1913

WM A i me wm QF NEWS RNTIR.I WEEK'S HAPPENINGS THAT ARE WORTH PASSING NOTICE. )LE WORLD IKE FIELD M H Current Domestic and Foreign News Boiled Down to Readable and Sina<: Space. The Grayson county commissioner*' court has let the contract forslx steel euapeusion bridges. The.se bridges will take the place of bridges that >vere washed nwav during last «pring and ■will aggregate in cost $25,000. One o< theui Is to be built over Sister drove creek, one over Bradford's bridge, two over Pilot Grove creelc and ■one over Clear creek. • The Palace of Peace was dedicated *t The Hague last week. The cere- mony of handing the edifice over to the Dutch foreign minister was car- iried out in the great court in the presence of Queen Wilhelmina, Dow- ager Queen Ema and Prince Consort Henry. They were surrounded by a distinguished gathering of diplomatic representatives of pence societies and people prominent in tile arts and •clences. • * At (he city election held Norman- cee was incorpor...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 9 September 1913

CANI •OME SUGGESTIONS PUT FOR. WAtib BY AN EXPERT. Delicacies Properly Put Up Should Command a Ready Sala In Addi- tion to the 8eneflt ~of Their Uae In the Home. Canning la no royal road to fortune nor la It an eaay Job—Its a very hot and tiresome Job—attll. It will save the dollars, and If managed with' care and Intelligence, can be made a mean* of bring some money In. I have had very little experience with patent cannera as I can (or our home consumption only, although 1 ltnd a ready sale for all 1 am not able to uae. 1 use the glaaa Jars, putting up hundreds of quarts, fruits aud vege- tables moat successfully. In the first place everything must be scrupulously clean and hot. Blackberries, dewberries, grapes and swamp huckleberries make delicious pies for winter use and us they grow 1n wild profusion over our sunny hilla, they are little or no expense. They are gathered and brought to our door by the little plckanniuniea mere pittance. < I notice a great many people use -vineg...

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