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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 9 September 1913

' -1 „• . ■ yainHfiB|a|MBg| are & Furrtiture Co. FUNERAL DIRECTORS COMPLETE AND VARIED STOCK CASKETS, COFFINS, BURIAL SUITS AN0 ROBES. Very b$3tj attention given call3 day or. night PRICES TO SUIT ALL. TOZIERS COOLING BOARD *AND WALNUT STOOLS FURNISHED FREE. Bay Phone 68 Night Phone 17 LINDEN, TEXAS. .D I R Olmrchcg CABIN DRUG STORE GEORGE & BARTLETT, Proprietors Everything in the Drug Line. Toilet Articles, Stationery, Tobacco and Cigars. In fact, most everything usually kept in a first-class drug store. We are Here to Please - -^vr <r, 3^' 7 f. •-'*/•? LINDEN TRANSFER CO. LilVEHV AND FEED STABLiE. v WE HANDLE BRICK, LIME AND SHINGLES* jga3BaMlMgBWBiaBaaBW8BMMgBCTBnBWBBaaBWP CgBHBCaBMBBBMHBBBPa A lien Urquhart 3 DRUGGIST. THE BEST OF EVERYTHING IN THE DRUG LINE. Mail Orders Filled Promptly. Moseley Bldg. Jefferson, Texas. I.. C. WEAVER, president S. E. GEORGE, treasurer, C. E. DAVIS, 1st v-i'res. WESLEY MORSE, U.n'd v-raiis " . m .ivyS.'rtCQ |r - N The Caddo Co-Operative...

Publication Title: Cass County Sun, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 16 September 1913

• • I ■ - m> * , ,. ,- ... ,„ ■ % . .;#-c • MM i0wW i«il _/ ~ ^ „ i P , ' . ■ -} k % 1 ' « • A : .,^-vv....' . <•'- 2f.'.KU/*J.'i itVM.I.IC .V IJIWIV Publisher*. > !A. Paper Devoted to the best Interests of the People. {liftrrrirl'irn. ft "* Prr iiwMwr VOL. 38. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1913. NO. 37. 77ie Besf Beverage under the San— "vjWSR V . «s DririR A welcome addition to any party— any time—any place. Sparkling with life and wholesomeness. Delicious Refreshing Thirst-Quenching ?pW, Demand the Genuine— Refuse Substitutes At Soda Fountains /* or Carbonated in Bottles. THE COCA-COLA COMPANY, ATLANTA, GA. Whenever you iee an Arrow think of Coca*CoU. The Only Way. It is as important to keep up the roads after they are built as to build them. We have seen beautiful stoanroads go.topieces in three or four years because t he ditches at the side were allowed to fill up and the clay to spread over them. It cost ten dollars to repair them for every dollar it would hav...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 16 September 1913

> ■ ■, i *• :■ 1 V- ' \ iVi aJBilif y i tfto jML City Fathers of Memphis Solve a Hard Problem MEMPHIS. TENN—Memphis be- lieves It has solved the problem of the bachelor and the baby. It's the simplest thing in the world. Mem- phis just makes the .bachelors support the bablea. The bachelors are taxed and the money is turned over to a bachelor's baby club to maintain a summer hos- pital for sick babies and their moth- 'ers and to provide milk and other- wise assist the babies during the hot summer months. The amount of the tax is determined by the "Income, eligibility and general attractiveness of said bachelor, due deductions being made for oveVwelght, baldness, loss of one eye and general disposition." The usual tax assessed, however, Is $5. And here's the way it's collected: The law provides that "no unmar- ried male arriving, at the age of 21 years shall be allowed on the street* of Memphis after ulne o'clock p. Di- or to court, visit or accompany an unmarried woman to any plac...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 16 September 1913

r mlMSMW . . wwMMP EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS, - Til BO ASS COUNTY SUN publluhcd every Tuesday, is entered kt tile Linden |io tolB';u an Second,Class mutter. katlts ov subscription: Single copy per year ' $1.00 " six months ' 60 cents" Nopapcrs sent out without, the caBh hi 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 pet lino School Opening. Tlio 1013-1914 torin of school opened here yesterday, with Prof Chus. H. Fiuley, Superintendent; Miss Ray .Cameron, of Atlanta, High School; Miss AliceOrmand, of Douglassyille, Intermediate; Miss Maud Hall, of Daingerfield, Primary, all present ready to begin their work. Miss Ada Sumrall, of Blue Mountian, Miss., was also present to take charge of the Music Department. Quite a number of visitors and pupils were present and the pupils all seemed eager to begin their studies. Prof Fin ley made a most in- couraging talk to the pupils, which showed his heart is iu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 16 September 1913

I mmmm -Jr- s <*■ lPs l w i ■ ■■'Car "'■.''ww' IMG — "' I " i 1 r Mi ' N g>. ;|b- \ •wmp ! yf, TIME TO GIVE THOUGHT TO CUR- TAINS 18 NOW. Material Desired May BougM Cheaper at Thla Season Than Later—Suggestions aa to the Bast Color Schsmes. Now that autumn is approaching It la time to think of new curtains- They may be purchased now ai small coat. For a living or dining room nothing could be prettier than the green ana yellow scheme. If the walls are green, brown or gray, have soft yel- low next the window and green to cover the woodwork. Soft yellow silk muslin hemstitched Is beautiful, but the same delicate shade of cheesecloth will Rive exactly the name effect. Cheesecloth may sound rather poor, but when banging at a window with the light back of it nothing could be prettier, and certain ly nothing Icbs expensive. Make the curtains perfectly straight with a ■wide hem. Put them on a brass rod and they will bang softly, giving a peculiar light, that is unusually sug- gestive ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 16 September 1913

ts& mtm .* ' ■-r . . 'Vj ■ i 3k Tube paints; nil colors at the Cabin Drug Store. Keg Pickle9 at 8am Fant'a. Cooking oH at Sartl Pant's. Fo.r BOggy Harness see I. N. Marett. A few irtttling buckets at tho Linden Mercautile Co. If you want feed stuff See the Transfer people. Born to Mr. and Mrs. L. Li Harper, n t irl on the 15tli. IIERBINFi is the medicine that cures biliousnrss, malaria, and constipation. The first dost make you fe'el better, a few additional doses cures completely; Price 60c. Sold by Cubin Drug Store. Cottolene nt K. Wynu's. Go to Sum Pant, for all kind of staple atid fancy Groceries. One-half car of salt just receiv- ed at the Linden Transfer Co. A Bale of Cotton TO BE GIVEN AWAY FREE Buy yon a good Saddle from Harris, Duncan Sl Fant. Call on K. Wymi and look at *is Linden heavy $3.00 Shoes. Onions -at (he Linden Mercan- > 'e Co. dr. Will Cobb, of Okla. Jsrisit- iB i his brother .1.4. Cobb. \fry the White Flyer Latinday Smtp, for sale at A. M. Allday. 0 burs...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 16 September 1913

.v., agffi.'-y^p ','lv:5® , v: p ■ & CASS COUNTY SUN ' * Krwin, Editors and Prop*. Linden. ... 1 texis DEMOCRAT TARIFF [ BILL PASSES SENATE La follette and poindexter vote with majority and applause follows. VICTORY FOR THE PRESIDENT With Straight Party Majority of On* Record $h«*t Forty-Four Ajrti to Thirty-Seven No««. Waaiiingcoa--The two months' struggle over th tariff *u the senate ended r*tjl«r quietly shortly before « o'clock Tuesday evening. when the UrsC big legislative measure of th« Wilson administration was passed by a vote of 44 ayes to 37 noes. Sena- tors Thornton and Ransdell of Louis- iana Democrats, deserting their party and voting with hte Republicans, while Senators La Follett and Poin- dexter. Progressive Republicans, cast their lot with the Democrats and voteo for the bill, after having done all in their power to amend it so as to inake it more nearly conform to the Progressive Republican scheme of tar- Jff revision. When Vice President Marshall an- nounced t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 16 September 1913

mmw kS '"'.I : #■ ".* r^v. • ';- ■;., >.•■■ '. -■■ ■■<•;;*,•:, ; • ■• .-. ■• ■ • - ■" !>::... , ,v ■ V : " -rn 1 y I 1 ! I U 19 i 1 > r mm I I !' ff III A ROMANCE ■MME'1 HEX flUWESMJ) 5Y THE PLAY BY" I BMfL AEMSTBONS !d^r BotI 3mi ''/z COPVRldHT 1WO -BIT HABPgR ffBBOTHEHS SYNOPSIS. Cowboy* of the Flying Heart raneh are ieartbroken over the luaa of their mucli- •rlzed phonograph by the defeat of their lhamplon In a foot-race with the cook of lh« Centipede ranch. A liou e party I* n at the Flying Heart. .1. Wallingford Speed. cheer leader at Vale, and Culver I'ovington. lnter-collegtate champion run- ner. are expected. Helen Blake. Speed's tweetlivart. becomea lntere ted In the loss tr the phonograph. She suggests to Jean rhspln. Bister or the owner of the anch. That she Induce Covington, her lo^/.T, to Win back the phonograph. Helen declare* • hat If Covington won't run, Sp - d will. The cowboys are hilarious over the pro - |>ect. Hpeed and his valet. I.arry Olass, tra...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 16 September 1913

IR-- * ■ ■ ■;/- •J# fm $$$&$ SSSvi ■;V ■■*!•^" 1PV:1 iMF*' lr • ''•■ 1 - ' ?v . cv, v|" ■' I i i — 3 PMi ■ rt'i • "41—L'i ' v- P .<:' v ' - 11 |j lv™ Linden Hardware & Furniture Co. FUNERAL DIRECTORS COMPLETE AND VARIED STOCK CASKETS, COFFINS, BURIAL SUITS AND ROBES. Very beat attention given calls day oi\ night PRICES TO SUIT ALL. TOZIER S COOLING BOARD 'AND WALNUT v STOOLS FURNISHED FREE. Day Phone 00 Night Phone 17 LINDEN, TEXAS. $ SB 9fsi©sg@06?§ig@8@8m 33tw CABHSf DRUG STORE GEORGE & BARTLETT, Proprietors Everything in the Drug Line. I X <A) 1 r iM I I II, '^r-k Toilet Articles, Stationery, Tobacco and Cigars. In fact, most everything usually kept in a first-class drug store. We are Here to Please - v •- '-*9 ZJ ■ v, ■>u - si'- •5^ -y - u r LINDEN TRANSFER CO. lilvet^y and feed stflbue. WE HANDLE BRICK, LIME AND SHINGLES. Alien Urquhart\ DRUGGIST. THE BEST OF EVERYTHING IN THE DRUG LINE. Mail Orders Filled Promptly. Moseley Bldg. Jefferson, Texas. l. c. wea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 23 September 1913

I w*PMLr ...... s IM:*'1'. - ' • " Wfflm ■ HkIL '■w;■ i e ■ '■■■• ' \ '' • _■•. 'Wsm I tsSR.i'.«•■• itrfs.U \ v <♦ ' ;■„ rSJ? L . i V ■ i h • • - ■ , * "IT •« "s-gtrfw. <.'• > ;, %; V-'^'rl4^ A; CRWIIV, PiibliNlicr*. ^ .A. JPu/por Devoted to the best Interests of the People. -{SubwriiptsoHi, #1 O© Per A.nniHBA *■ \y . • v ig%i ^ ,——■ ni '■Ira L I ' I | VOL. 38. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1913. NO. 38. Peacemaker Wlour Put up by the Alliance Milling Company of Denton, ' Texas, and sold by I. N. Marett is pure and white, and the fact that it has been awarded more gold medals at the State and World Fairs is evidence that it has no equal. Call at I. N. Marett's store and get one, sack of Peacemaker Flour and try it and you will become a constant buyer of this flour, and you will avoid the sad experi- ence that "John" had as related in the following lines: John s.'jys to Marainlii, "I'll £<> to Linden to tliiv," M wmii! 1 l says, 'Y.v, an 1 all ilay yo;i will st...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 23 September 1913

. ■'-■■ ■ ^ I,- ALL SIMPLE First in I Everything Ftrat in Qaattt? Fir it in R*Mtdt* First in Purity Fint in Economy and for these reason# Calumet Baking Powder is first in the hearts of the millions of housewives who use it and know it. RECEIVED HIGHEST AWARDS World's F.r. VoU bpaiUra. Praac*. Wk 1112. }®T MADE BY THE Tfl^i PATENTS lAf fT hove posltlotw open for good salwmen. ,J. •w ■ W. Griltiu Hpeolalty Co., Ttm. WntMon K.Colnniiri.Wa-l) liiKton, !>.('. liookM frw. High OHt rtforutuxx*. tienl renuttA. HANDLE MONEY AND HATE IT Peculiar State of Mind That Comet of Employee of the Most Noted — f Gambling Resort. Probably no one hates tha sight of money as do the croupiers at. Monte Carlo, through whose hands thousands and thousands of pounds pass every year. It Is not everyone who can be a croupier. Fingering and counting money at the casino requires special training, and, accordingly, there la a school of croupiers In Monaco. Here there are tables similar to those used In the gam...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 23 September 1913

'JA fa REBUKE THAT WAS DESERVED TEXAS BREVITIES The Waxahachie Cotton Mill has In •creased their capital stock from $100,■ 000 to $200,000. * The Presbyterian church at Teague has let the contract for a new church Vulldlng to cost $18,000. ■ p. r * ■■;'7 <£;: "I £g 1, 'v.''"'1 1 • ' " •- ' fi ■ ' ?; •' ■ r ■— With a capital of $50,000 the First State hank <?f Decatur was recently granted a chater to do business in that city. The management of the free fall fair to be conducted in Brownwood, Oct. 8 to 10, has closed a contract with a noted aviator for daily flights. Charles Johnson, aged 11 years, son of C. E. Johnson, drowned in a lake near Fort Worth. The boy had evi- dently attempted swimming and cramped. • • • At a meeting of the Baraea-Plilla- thea city union at Waco it was an- nounced that June 6 to 10, 1!>14, is the time for the world-wide gathering there of tire Baraca-Pbilatheas. • m 9 A deal has been closed at San An" gelo for the purchase of a garbage plant to Cop...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 23 September 1913

Mm i'.V'p? V. ; t<mx. s* OOtJNTY SUN ;,'K\ .m:. i .. 5 '' . J. K. A. BANG Bit W. L. BE WIN | BANGER & BRWIN, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. XUECAaa COUNTY SUN publilhea xvtry Tuesday, is entered ut tUe LI odea postofltye «*■ n> Secoud.CliiBo matter. kates oif subscription: Single copy per year ' $1.00 " six months ' 50 cents No papers sent out without the cash in advance; paper stopped when time is ■ "ut, or we lose it. 555 ms Obituary notices and cards of thanks wiP be inserted at two-and-a-half ceiils pei line SELEC1ING SEED FOR NEXT YEAR'S CROP. nn skirts which he will open up soon. He will lie prepared (o order Indies coat suits this seasoin See hi in before you make your purchases and gave money on thefe lines. — *- « ' ■ ' " You can Sf.ve money by buy. ing your Dry goods and grocer- ies from Hari is, Duncan & Faot. Cottolene at Sam Fants. Those who have not yet tried out the selecting; of seed corn or cotton or other seed will find an interesting: study, as well as tim...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 23 September 1913

fiHH WWfi; WmmPV ;;; "; '* J * nm 1 h 1 ■ Tube points, all colors at the Cabin Dritg Store. Mrs. Lillis Nelson Is reported right sick this week. White Pearl onion sets at the Cabin Drug Store. Keg PickleS at 8am Font's. Freeh Irish Potatoes and On- ions ht W. C. Blalock & Co. W. K. Simmons made a busi- ness trip to Dallas lust weeki Cooking oil at Satii Fant's. For Buggy Harness see I. N. Murett. A Bale of Cotton TO BE GIVEN AWAY FREE ome at Blo'flittburg yesterday. Mr. Grognn came after her Sun- day. J. G. Dell has in a new supply of leather material, nnd will be glad to supp'y your wants in both material or leather work. DR. L. WERBLUM Optician of Dallas, who mades regular visits here, will be in It'you want, teed slull' see the Transfer people. Beginning Monday, Sept. J5, 1913, we will , , 1 .4 ill 1 Linden, at Dr. Davis' office Oct. give one ticket with every dollar cash pur-* and tin 4 P. m. Oct. s. Ex- chase, which will entitle the holder to a free chance at a bale "of cot...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 23 September 1913

<vW- THE CASS C — Banger & Erwln, Editor* and Prop*. "TEXXS UNDSN. - - HUERTA SENDS CALM MESSAGETOCONGRESS CRITICISM OF UNITED STATES MUCH LESS THAN SOME EXPECTED. IN FAVOR OF FREE BALLOT Triumph to Surrender Office to Sue- cessor if Latter Enters Upon Function With Peace. City of Mexico.—Provisional Pres- ident Victoriano Huerta delivered his semi-annual message Tuesday night at the opening of the second session of 1Kb Twenty-seventh Mexican con- gress! In it he promised to spare no ef- forts to bring about the unrestricted election of a president and vice pres- ident of the Mexican republic next month, declaring that it would con- stitute the greatest triumph of his career to turn over the office to his euccessor with the country at peace, as he hoped to do. Gen. Huerta said the strained diplo- matic relations between Mexico and the United States had caused the Mex- ican nation to suffer unmerited af- fliction and had retarded the pacifica- tion of the country. Nevertheless...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 23 September 1913

L ?•' a " t -M ' ■ ■ fcv*'S ) ^'k . i I® R / mm NICE teTBSSca sacqtam by*wslvuwisc f-HEAOUg) BWL ARMSTRONG [d^2vT? T3«i*iL COPYRldHT I91Q JT HWPr.gyWWTHERS 8YNOPSI9. f ___ Cowboys of the Flylri* Heart rnm-h lire heartbroken over the loss of their inuch- piizcd phonograph by the detest of tlielr champion In a foot-race with the cook of the Centipede ranch. A house party 1h on at the Flying H«art. J. Wslllngforil Speed, (heer leader at Yale, and Culver Covington, Inter-ooUeglate champion run- ner. are expected. H«len Blake, Speed's •writhmrt, becomes Interested In the loss Of the phonograph. She suggf-sts to Jean C'hnpln, sister or the owner of the ranch, that she Induce Covington, her lover, to win hack the phonogrufili. Helen declares that If Covington won't run, Speed will. The cowboys are hilarious over the pros- ?ect (Speed and his valet, Larry Glass, ralner at Yale, arrive. Helen Blake asks Speed who has posed to her as an ath- lete. to race against the Centipede man. The cowboy...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 23 September 1913

8$! *|| r / f s 4-. I ii 31 II I - I H fe *^!r> f ''wF?', HH r uiMfiixvaL COMPLETE AND VARIED STOCK CASKETS, COFFINS, BURIAL SlTITS AND ROBES. Very bo3t attention igiven calls day night PRICES TO SUIT ALL. TOZIER S COOLING BOARD rAND WALNUT STOOLS FURNISHED-FREE. Day Phone 6f3 Night Phone 17 LINDEN, TEXAS. «r- _ it I f>3k^ CABIN DRUG STORE GEORGE & BARTLETT, Proprietors Everything in the Drug Line. Toilet Articles, Stationery, Tobacco and Cigars. In fact, most everything usually kept in a first-class drug store. m i«r , B^adTfte'yrwi^ ~ i Tliu ioliovviijg tivif a few ex- IXi eta from better prominent m "i ...... r — " ! usiness men who have, had the j y^nu: UNPEN* TEXAS STPMRP' - • • E. r. i>avis, pastor. | proof as to the ability of our Sunday School at 10o'clock a. m. each graduates. Sunday, S. H. Vance, Superintendent Preaching every Fourth Sunday by the Pastor at 11 a. m. and at night Prayer meeting every Friday night; Ladies Aid Society meets every Satur- day eveni...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 30 September 1913

Mi I*® ; &V:. ' g&E/./. HH UK - As 1. -.■■•■ & \. • '■• :., rva - *K • i I W M BANGER & KKWIN, Publishers. > A. Paper I>evoted to the beat Interests of the People. < Subacripfion, $1 00 Per Annual VOL. 38. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1913. NO. 39. ifflr!"' iifW* IVfHTiiKifciT Flour Put up by the Alliance Milling Company of Denton, Texas, and sold by I. N. Marett is pure and white, and the fact that it has been awarded more gold medals at the State and World Fairs is evidence that it has no equal. Governor Issues Road Procla- mation. Austin, Sept. 20.—The govor nor issued the following procla- rnation today. "Whereas, an adequate system of improved public roads is one of the great needs of our state i and good roads lend powerful aid to everything igood in modern life, while bad roads form an obstacle in the path of progress. Ilccognizing this fact, the people of Texas have taken hold of this problem with tremendous inter- est and it is no one of th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 30 September 1913

jji A- «* ft I m H' i, Nitort and Prop*. USab THAW HEARING OPENS BEFORE GOV. FELKER LEGAL BATTLE FOR EXTRADITION COME8 DANGEROUSLY NEAR BEING PERSONAL. DECISION FOR HEXT WEEK Governor Give* Both Counsel Until Next Monday to File Supple- mentary Briefa. Concord, N. H.—The duty of the state Of New Hampshire toward Harry Ken- dall Thaw was the subject of exhaust- ive argument before Gov. Felker Tuesday. The legal battle In which William Travers Jerome, special deputy attor- ney general of New York state, who eeeks to obtain the extradition of Thaw as a fugitive from justice, and Is pit- ted against three of the fugitive's ar- ray of counsel, was dramatic at times and near the close came dangerously near to being personal. To the charge that he had resorted to subterfuge and was moved by ul- terior motives in his determination to return Thaw to the Matteawan asylum for the insane, Jerome retorted with unusual feeling that the state of New York would not permit its justice to be defeated...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 30 September 1913

IS1B "tyir,1' <■&*. •••••• - \ ' . ' "■ • | . ' $*%■tilll ■':VJ< v "■./■' «§SMjK; '*?■'■ •••" ,;- iWlfe • • • SiV >. /'J • .«■■ I ■■'.' . ' : '■■ :,■ ;#; ■:■> ff mm&awrto wJ- > A ROMANCE OF KTBeach SUGGESTED BY THE PLAY BT QJUHU) MJL ARMSTRONG I Ihis%r2vf c?<r5 &sy BeH. Smith COPYRIGHT 3910 JCSTT HAPPER dKBROTHERS SYNOPSIS. Cowboys of the Flying Heart ranch are heartbroken over the loss of their much- prlxed phonograph by the defeat of their champion In a foot-rane with the cook of the Centipede ranch. A house party In on at the Flying Heart. J. Walllngford Speed, cheer leader at Yale, and Culver Covington, Inter-colleglate champion run- ner, are evected. Helen Blake, Speed'* sweetheart, becomes Interested In the loss of the phonograph. She suggests to Jean Chapln, 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 are hilarious over the ...

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