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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 4 November 1913

. pi ' I ' %*&■.. ''M : 10H& ■, rs M wSS&\Mmte • ' 8! "T^i •" •• >-v - - TO \ ^wmUrti ■ :i "■ Li — Sfiu^ ■>-t%-.|w.^ '• , • V-t> 1 ;-• .TV-' r ■ ■ irc%!v' * POLITENESS OF VALUE IM CONSTANT HELP AND BENEFIT * TO OTHERS. •U Greater Good in This World Than Love, Klndneaa and the Consider* tlon of Other* In the Home. Politeness that Is bred In the bone land U in constant use creates in the character a resemblance to s flower and Is a constant hefp'ancf iJJSTiJiN'tt tothers. . , I suppose there is no greater good lin this world than lore, kindness, •nd the consideration of others in the home. Boys in a family where there are mo girls, owe it to their mother to help her with the heavy housework. There is nothing degrading in pushing * washing machine or turning a •wringer, but on the contrary it Is hon- orable service. Auy boy who will let itais mother do any heavy work that ican be don« by him is making a "wrong start in life and is laying up trouble for somebody's d...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 4 November 1913

« j*-rV <• % .. pKS|||| V't Md !r* , , • . i ■ 3H l # i •*v. c*yr LOCAL Plenty of school booka foT all the country r«hnols at J. J. Story'?. Outtojene at K. Wynu's. Lots of burbwire, staples and nail* it I. N. Marretta, Pork and Beaua at K. Wynu's. D. H. ilaapli?v, uI .GnUaway tv'fte in the city yesterdaj'. Plenty of Compositions and Rhetoric ut J. J. Story's. Buy your coffins, caskets and burial suits from John S. Mor- ris. p 1 W ^ *-< ||! mm ilNrV''1 Saifl -s * * '" l:\ wi Hi Ifcgsy -. . urns .t** 1M&1 YOUR DOCTOR KNOWS. * Sec. Harris,. Duncan A Fant when you want a good set of Ilurnfss. J. S. Baker visited hia pat'eutul home near O'Fairell Sunday. Grapenuts'Postum and Honey o d. Dried Apples at Sam Fants. Fresh bread all the time at C. A. Bennetts Restaurant. Just received another enr of Peace Maker Floor ut I. N Mat elt's. so do we-and you should- that we put up prescriptions right. No one is better able than we are, because of our training and equipment. No better dru...

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

IPwSsi ;'V. t!W! n< >*.--.' iv I* T rT-y ■-,> ■",5>,i?f' •••*:' .,. « r--,v I'Jfnffil' ':vf/,"> • 'v. " :':"?;l' £#£v^-> ...!■■■ — ' "... I ..l-M .. - ;:■ :';v ' .. i' ' • ' * ' v *tHU • V{ :- i- ••• "K '. ' • ' W ■ wvJjbHK -■ ■ '"'■ "iI ' .'ii THE CASS COUNTY SUN Banger 4 Eiwln, Editor! and Props. Linden. ■ ■ ■ ." TE55 FELIX DIAZ ON BOARD AMERICAN WARSHIP E8CAPE8 FROM HOTEL VIA ROOF TO CONSULATE EARLY TUES- DAY MORNING. uno had instructions Was Ordered by Washington to Care for Presidential Candidate in Emergency. Vera Cruz.—Gen. Fellz Diaz applied to the American con .tlate during Tuesday night for pro'.i.-ctlon and was taken on board the United States gun- boat Wheeling. Jose Sandoval and Cecilio Ocon, two Mexicans and Alexander Williams, an American newspaper correspondent, who had made similar application on the consulate, were also taken on board the gunboat with Gen. Diaz. Gen. Diaz was later transferred to the battleship; Louisiana, Hear Adj miral Fletcher'...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 4 November 1913

*£«■ *■ X *Mrr^n' —as )> A ROMANCE Of !EX _J3B*WESTED BY THE PLAY BY "^^BEAGfU®) ^ Smith V,/" S Ts COPYRIGHT 391Q -BY HARPER fT BROTHERS 14 SYNOPS18, Cowboya of the Flying Heart ranch are heartbroken over tho loss of their inurh- pris-.etl phonograph by ths defeat of their champion In a foot-race with the cook of the Centipede ranch. A •n at the Hying Heart. Bpeed. cheer leader at Vale, house party Is J. Wafllngford and Culver Covington, Inter-colleglate champion run- ner, are expected. Helen Blake, Speed's ■weetheart, becomes Interested In the loss ®f the phonograph. She suggests to Jean Chapln, sister of the owner of the ranch, that slio 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 pros- pect. Speed and his valet, I-arrv Glass, trainer at Yale, arrive. Helen Blake asks Speed. who has posed to her a an ath- lete, to race against the Centipede man. The cowboys Join In the appeal...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 4 November 1913

. " ■ •„<-* /. fP '0 I M §■: ilB > v K • r i * *>h >,> <"%' r: ^ I 14' ?;;, ■■■<■■). SK*' mi ■. m ■'' ftjj$ ^*ir.-«'• WmMm Jsf'MB SWV " ' IkSB5rP$i i -.* • w Linden Hat pdware & Furniture Co. * FUNE&AL DIRECTORS * COMPLETE AND' VARIED STOCK CASK&TSi - COFFINS, BURIAL SUITS AND ROBES. Very best attention-given calls day or night PRICES TO SUIT ALL. I'OSIER S COOLING BOARD 'AND WALNUT STOOLS FURNISHED tffttff. Day Phone 03 Night Phone 17 LINDEN, TEXAS. D I It & V T 6 B CliivVcht'o "s. I LINDEN TRANSFER CO. I I UIVE^V flflD FEED STABLtE. WE HANDLE BRICK, LIME AND SHINGLES. BAPTJST ' fe. r, D.tvis, Pastor. Siindny School at 10 o'clock a, m cnch Sunday, S. H. Vaiitfe, Superintendent. Preaching every Fourth Sunday by the Pastor at U a. m. and at night Prayer meeting every Friday night. Ladies Aid Society meets every Satur u.iy evening -*« ■>. ** M, J?t CHURCH SOUTH J. T. HOOKS, Pastor Sunday School at 10 a. m. each Sun Ofton Lost Sifitit ,0f We call...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 11 November 1913

'I'jSSPw • HMMilmi P# - n*, i v':.« B4rvc>ER St LRU IN, l'ut>li liers. ^ -A. ^/l}© Voted to the best Interests of the People. {Subscription, $1.00 Per Annun " ' LINDENs W*AS, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1913. NO. 46. IS IT FLYING YOUR WAY? n IJPJ prepared to catch and hold a portion of al 1 that ilies your way. We have th-j cage. You will bo cur prised how fast the cage will (ill after you make the start. OPPORTUNITY PASSES THE MAN WITHOUT MONEY. - How mariy times could you ha\'e mnde a good iuvesfi merits or bought a home if you had saved lor the first pay- ment? Don't delay; Start today. CASS COUNTY STATE BANK LINDEN, TEXAS CROWNING A KINS The Leaders of All Riding Fam- ilies in the Animal Kingdom Will Witness the Coronation at Ft. Worth, Nov. 22-28. The lovers "of ricJiievciDcnt will find the conquests ileiuomtrated by thd livestock on exhibition at the Ft. Wort It Stock Show, November 22- ".S t'ic liioit thrilling event on the. year's calendar. The contests will i i of the highe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 11 November 1913

Iri I I K I I JC THE CASS COUNTY SUN Banger & Erwln, Editors and Prop*. UNDEN. .... TEXAS TAMMANY CROWD io DEFEATED IN NEW YORK MITCHELL ELECTED MAYOR B> 100,000 MARGIN BY FUSION TICKET. SULZER WINS IN ASSEMBLE Run* of Progressive Platform and Do feats Democrats and Republicans by Big Vote. New York.—Fusion carried New 'York City Tuesday, electing John Purroy Mitchel mayor by approximate- ly 100.000 plurality and retaining con- ttrol of the important board of esti- mate by a safe margin. Tammany hall saw its nominee foi the mayoralty, Edward 10. McCall, gc dowu to defeat by one of the biggest pluralities ever given against a candi date of the -organization, and it look- ed as if Tammany, might not even save the New York county offices oul of the wreckage. The big vote foi 'Mitchel pulled through the fusion can- didates for president of the board of aldermen and controller, George Mc- Aneny and William A. Prendergast. against whom indepedence league as well as Democratic organ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 11 November 1913

\/-'P v , -4 vii - ■ m. fV"*— « ; .., ^ •■' | I I \\ I 1 .ill ir v • ji - ''flf •faKae- ■• SUGGESTED BY'THE PLAY B1 baul Armstrong copy-rksht 191 o jbt- harper a'brothers 8YNOP8I8. Cowbbys of the Flying II«art ranch are heartbroken over (he loss of their much- prized phonograph i,y the defeat of their champion In a foot-race with the cook of the Centipede ranch. A house party Is on at the Flying Heart. J. Walllnifford Speed, cheer leader at Yale. and.Culver Covington, Inter-collegiate champion run- ner, arc expected. Helen Blake. Speed 8 ■ weet heart. 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 pros- pect. Speed and his valet. Larry Glass, trainer at Yale, arrive. Helen Blake asks Kpeed, who has posed to her iia an nth- lete, to race against the Centipede man. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 11 November 1913

IM I Hi *C\ ' ft GAS3 .QOtTNTY SUN 3. a. A. BANQRIt W. L. BRWIM BANGER & ERWIN, EDITORS AND FRSTOIETORS. TIIE CASS COUNTY SUN poblUhtd ct«"7 Tnciday, it entered at the JJuden pottofttuo «s SeoondCClnui mattor. KATES OF SUBSCRIPTION: Single copy per year ' $1.00 " six months ' fi® cents No papers sent out without the cash In advance paper stopped when time is •out, tip we lose it. Obituary notices and cards of thanks > will be inserted at .two-and-a-half cents pei line to Th& Schools of Cass County. I hnvo had several inquiries concerning the athletic contcst, which to be held ut Linden, Texas, February 22, 1014. I have not had any literature from the State,University specifying Iho feats that are to be contest- ed. .However I think those who intend to enter tho contest for athletics, will not waste their time if they begin practicing now and become Skilled and properly trained for the follow- ing fputss 1. Placing the shot; 2. Hundred yards dash. i tnile race. Tyler Couri...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 11 November 1913

I etf i /- he' er ut '5>* *g. ro- otf Bgsagj Pleuty of ucboo! booka for H tbu codatry ulhool* at J. J- Story Coltolene at It. Wynu's. L . Lata of burbwiro, staples nod nails'Al I.N. Marietta. W. A. Bryan, of Bryaii^a | was among tho Linden visllore; 'yo9t rduy. ■ 1 - -J .1 . • " r Pork and Bonus fit K.| \VyunV ?v len now has charge er shop, having rent- ed it from tyr. Goodpan. He respectfully asks for your con- tinued putroiiBgo, which will be appreciated. Shop will close on Saturday night at 11 o'clock A Painless Headache. Red Goose Schdal Shoes for Boys / Red Goose School Shoes for Girls Is there such a thing as Painless Head- ache, Painless Neuralgia, Painless Rheu- matism. Hunt's Lightning Oil will i make the pain go a Way, and the suffering cease. That'e why Hunt's Lightning Oil ! is so popular, and praised so much. Ask j your drtiggikts. _i, —-■ ii —~ _ ■ . ■ i ! Buy u sack of Carnival Flour f / ^ 4 I Wo sell Red G003e School Shoes from the Linden Mercantile Co. lihetoric ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 11 November 1913

H $ r-' • ••••V-" ■■ ,:"';:;" r$i>,.;.£/£•<;■■ v- {?•-' <W- '. X ' '■ ' '3—Bgigii ";v3 w C Vir - V -r •• •' •' •v-- spjff v •*•. -V* •.1. • rJt . Jgp- " : ■**|tf^ . - i- MY FRIENDS SAID 1 Could Never Get Well Again Thanks to~Peruna 1 am Well. Miss Clara Lohr, 21 North Gold St, Grand Rapids, Mich.: "Doctors said I had consumption. Weighed only •0 pounds. Commenced taking Peru- na. Now weigh 136 pounds. I am bo thankful for what Peruna has done (or me." Those who object to liquid medi- cines can now procure Peruna Tab- let*. How It Was Done. "Your hardwood floors are always so exquisitely polished," said Mrs. Jones, "How do you manage it?" "Oh, 1 just put chamois rompers on the children and let them play in the house," responded Mrs. Brown.—Lip- pincott's. fflll LAXATIVE "California Syrup of Figs'' can't harm tender stomach, liver and bowels. Every mother realize^, atter giving tier children "California Syrup of Figs" that this is their ideal laxative, because they lovo its p...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 11 November 1913

- 5S§r I f*1* Pilfer ) g££te t- -:■ r*' **- ■ A large mill and elevator with a storage capacity of 20,000 bushels of grain 1b under construction at Bishop. ♦ Plans are on foot In ''an Alstyne for the erection of a new brick hotel to cost {15,000. • • • Tom Birks, an employe of the Grand Prairie Gravel Company, was run over and kiled by a Texas and Pacific switch engine at the gravel pit. The West Texas District fair re- cently conducted at Big Springs was the most successful exhibition ever held in that vicinity, both in attend- ance and exhibits. * * * The taxpayers of Uvalde will vote on ia $35,000 bond issue Nov. 15, which If carried, is to be used for sewer- age purposes and also a $20,000 issue Cor streeit improvements. • * • On account of the recent devastat- ing rains In the Slnton vicinity two new drainage districts have been formed in (he county and plans are on foot for a third district. • • u The Hlllshoro cotton mill is con- templating improvements to Its plant, which wi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 11 November 1913

.-;'V m " h J- |~J—.', —IL" Mil s -"aiw bu hi iiiii ii|ii / fwt;§ rv-r- mWm B 1 ) Linden Hardware <& Furniture Co. L>.. - ' PUNBEAL DIRECTORS COMPLETE AtfD VARIED STOCK CASKETS* COFFINS, BURIAL SUITS AND ROBES. Very beat attention given calls day ot4 night PRICES TO SUIT ALL.. . TOZIERS COOLING BOARD 'AND WALNUT STOOLS FURNISHED FREE. Day Plione 00 Night Phone H LINDEN, TEXAS. LINDEN TRANSFER CO. lilVE^Y flNO FEED STABLE. WE HANDLE ** BRICK, LIME AND SHINGLES ,ES. j rnbm DIREJCTOTtAT mm* —ei ■M! niT Yi Mi. ' " " ■ ; * \ " ' Dhnrrhei BAPTIST \V. W. MORRIS, Pastor Sunday School at 10 o'clock a. m. each Sunday, S. H. Vance, Superintendent. Preaching every Sunday by the Pastor ut 11 a. m. and at night Prayer meeting every Friilay night. Ladles Aid Society meets every Satur- day evening M. E. CHUHCH SOUTH J. T. HOOKS, PAsTtrts Sunday School at 10 a. m, each Sun- day, F. L. Ifr%t, Superintendent. Preaching every First and Third Sun- day by the Pastor, at 11 a. m. and at night. P...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 11 November 1913

L n — ,r 1 - . I rk ■ I ■y, i 1 (&. a m [I (/ ' ill I I >,hn S, V i thin J tjjes •*, «'i^ —wil thin ibtih- its in tli mini bei ■(.'<]. Thr irtnienI o on si tie ra Iji tiers, int roniinent illi the n Through lo this hi , indeed, vestock p exus into or cattle t ora. People v ilo will tin n;r ji 11 of ill*- ,j i" being introj est. '•Silo «•( f the t!iow ftiij 1 >ui> U;oieis «nu Keep warm while mak- ing a sauce of the butter, flour, oyster liquor, and seasou with salt and pep- per. Steamed \tyilton—Small pieces of mutton may be very satisfactorily prepared by covering the surface with powdered or finely chopped season- ings, as suggested In the foregoing recipe, and steaming It, or It may be vteamed without seasonings. Creamed Potatoes. When creaming potatoes, cut them eold boiled, then sprinkle generously with flour and mix all together. Add the amount of cold milk desired and put all on the fire to cook. As It heats, stir gently. It will thicken without lumps and be sm...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 11 November 1913

lave this beautiful Ion exhibition at All little giriu 'enter this contest ,soon, for to enter your chances. test for the col- mdncted as the Steel [ibone scrv. 7.05 57 print ing, ' (1.00 T, one set harness, o.GO cr cash paid out, .75 McClung, mdse, 1.70 I L L Harper, arts 2468 and 824c, 50.00 L L Harper,approve lax col.report '2.26 [, I, Harper, vital statistics, ' 1.80 Julian Estes, court reporter, 21.87 11' Mitc-hel), board bill, 152.60 y G Dell, leather repairing, 2.^6- Linden Merc. Co., indse, jj(0.8S IJ J Ptory, mdse.. Notice City Tax Payers. The city tax rolls will he clos- ed on Nov. $>; Pay your tax before that date and save penalty. Mr. J. N. Simmons has tho hooks and ho will accept and receipt yon for your taxflt. W.C.Taylor, ;'-'(5ity Tax Collector. Aulhoi Call5TTf^^Tace7making a distance of about 2J miles, was granted, and John Uoodson is appointed overseer. Petition of J. A. Cannon and J. F. hummus et al, asking that they bo cut out ol Bloomburg [Independent distric...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 11 November 1913

■ Wmm 1 J Yard wide L L 0. cent A I ft A DomeHtic otify f \~ub Bleachirigs tit yard .... 43-4c! 5cent Cotton Check a Q I Oft the yH '«l 0 |-fcU Ladies'$3 ."Omid#4.00 line Shoes "Boy* 5Q cent Shifts on- 25c Ladies' extra good 25 IQ - cent, Vents • . luu $1.69 Men's Good Suits • ' * $4.95, $5.95 and $7.50 READ tho Prices, See tlu> Goods find-tuko ad- vantage of this GREAT OPPORTUNITY, Just at the season you need the goods. PERKINS BROS- Company Sale begins Friday Nov. !4 ||children«> Hue $2 ('amen! «1 Afl" iand Cordniov Cunts - - ^ ' 1.98 2c Ladies' tf.'L.'iO Hits - Hundreds of yds of Out* A 10 ings 7 1-2 cuts and - ^ Small Col toy lihiijktfs, qo pttjr * JO TInn's 'ivercoats at '1 i 1 <'hildrou's J)m?isps $4.95 48c H 1 WBB&Xfr ..a n — T*- r\n -">v^ f 1 I >}, •y, i41 1 © C/Iaiis" ANNOUNCEMENT' itt h%) . A * J/ Holiday Goods is not a "side line" with us. Our Mr. Morris has the cjperiencc of fifteen years buying, and our Gift Goods this season \vill equal any found in ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 11 November 1913

■, .■ 'r~- $> *W. ,'Z: -■ > *)£ •' c 1- •• '' ;A> ~'-~•''***/•'' " -'V .•/•<•"■ . >• Erwin, Editors I BN. - BELIEVED 60 KILLED BY NORTHERN STORM RESULTS OF GALE AND SNOW. STORM IN GREAT LAKE COUN- TRY BECOMING KNOWN. CLEVELAND LOSSES HEAVY Much Suffering (n City and Food Problem There Has Been Serious Matter. I Chicago.—The shores of Lakes Su- perior, Huron and Erie were strewn uesday with the wreckage of a three tiay«^«)eand snowstorm, which cost iXAS BREVITIES Ts can not be held, as fne^hodies can not be taken to the cemetTies. Many bafccies are closed because of lack of power and unless coal trains can reach the city soon an alarming bread "stiortage threatens. No improvement, in the milk situa- tion has been effected and thfire is en actual milk famine because the companies are uuable to deliver the milk on hand, or to obtain any more dairies in the surrounding territory. BOO Chinese Troops Killed in Battle. Pekln.—Chinese troops have suffer- ed a severe defeat at...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 18 November 1913

<i ?i HP 4 / 7;-".MS? w*3B! > 3^"i;r'--V"Vl ?.-;■< v. rnhi v. BM • ' m v ■% '^ii W.i...,.' , v;^ B1NCER Ac ElttVIN, Publisher 'a ■SprT^ T i)evot&^^5 '.tie best Interests of the People. ISiibwTijil'on, fl.00 Per ARBI1*' VOL. 38. , TEXAS, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1913. NO, 46. nils BUSINESS TIWXwTI '■'.' ■ ii iii p*ii s^* IS is our business jiif;t the same as our M rchaUU, each "have th-nr spueial lines. Not unlike thy Merchant, we ar« constantly looking ft)r new Customers. j keep your money in the cass county state bank . Buy your goods at home. Let's --ultivnte the habit of do- ing all the business we can right *u Linden and keep our money in Cass County. CASS COUNTY STATE BANK 9 >' UNDEN, TEXAS l 'MUSMKP BABY BEEF A FEATURE. MANY NEW CLASSES. Boys and Girls Will Show Re- suHs of Fall-Feeding to Calves with Silage. Baby beevfis mid silos nr«r now go- ing hand in hnml, arousing t'lo E'.oe!; producers of Texiis to (!.• plondid possuilties of profit. Avhtn .! • r'-day , «-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 18 November 1913

fP^flsi fc;:., WSsfcl A,'' IstlM ''■ "" Isliflflil mm,. s-.- . '■■' ■ *.r' . • ! * •; ' paKc m ^°t made by Hgp baking CHICAGO Better cookies, cake and biscuits, too. All as light, fluffy, tender and delicious as mother used to bake. And just as whole- For purer Baking Pow- eomo. der th«n Calumet cannot be had fit my price. Ask your grocer. RECEIVED HIGHEST AWARDS tftttlu . Pare Food Exposition, Cliicar*. HL Cub Exposition, Franco, March, 1812 In doa't ot ro money wltcn von lor chop or bif-can frtkiaff now1 tr. Don't bo m'talii. Bar Cainmot. It's oaoro ocooonical—mora vrholeaomo— giro* bfii remits. taWsart ia far anprrior to aoar milk Mori soda Quite the Contrary. "Old the brio's father give away 5 On the contrary, he told the bride Broom she would make liim a splendid wife." New Ideas for 1 ■ By A. NEELY HALL Author of "Handicraft for Handy Bon." "TV tor H' *C c- l! FlC 5 -J —bL-_ —J FIG 3 Fig 2 framewoek op Dooeway Mantel 4 Fibeplacc Visiters Ho . from WerM'a Gr V Health R«iort SV ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 18 November 1913

~>-v . • :.1t- m* &\sSt - - " - ' - SN> •VW.A,1 v7^.- -£>** CM«>vi . Jfl AJJOMANCE i ) v-t '-; ' ■ ■ REX BEXch SWME3TED BY THE PLAY DT BW/IARMBTROHG , igWj Bei«i > BROTHER;. COPYRKJHT I9JO JT SYNOPSIS gambler r ay—It t distance age of the el/ Cowdoy* of the Flying Heart ranch ar« heartbroken over the loss of their much- Iprlzed phonograph by the defeat of their 'champion In a foot-race with the cook of the Centipede ranch. A house piirty Is ;on at (lie Flying Heart. J. Walltasford |Speed, cheer leader at Yale, and Culver Covington. Inter-colleglate champion run- ;*>er, are expected. Helen Blake, Speed's sweetheart, becmneg Interested In the logs ,-of the phonofvaph. She suggests to Jean Chapln, sister or the owner of the ranch, ithat she Induce Cnvlngto.ii. her lover, to win back the phonograph. Helen declarea £h t 1/ Covington won't run, Speed will. 'The Cowboys are hilarious over the pros- Ipect. Speed and his valet. Larry (Jlass. trainer at Yale, arrive. Hel...

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