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

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

Mt—iiy / SKraraNe* gfl jSM SK5HKS5?5SS5B!5!!^- ' .. - v.v,.:, • **. . • . . ■ ...... ' \ ;V ■ '• ' .'' '* .;>!' - ' \ ... 'M■■*-■ ^ T/vWM%^ fM # $31 rn mV'- SIWmm iacii t*T*LUQjejrcfi V * ,T" J*lef ty of school books for ail the country schools at J. J. Story's. Cottolene at K. Wynu's. Go to E. II. Sheffield for your Christinas goods. Everybody got your meals nt Bennett's Resturnnt. I Miss May Bently, who is here clerking iu I. N. Mdrett's store, 'mmiimtmmhmmmtmimtm Lits of bnrbwire, staples and visited her parental home at nails at I. N. Marretts. Bloomburg Sunday. Buy your coins, caskets and | XovitthLny Good for Headache burial suits from John S. Mor- knew liaw quickly the pain is eased rja> with Hunt's Lightning Oil, you would ' :i |way* have it on hand, it is alsosplen- Get your chums and jars at. aid for Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Cuts, the Linden Mercantile Co. Hums, Sprains. Ask Your Druggists. C. L. Farmer,~of Atlanta R 1. Ilaiscus at Sam Funt's. ^ paid us a pleasant visi...

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

''"'V ' y.' ' 5-V , \f:' '?■*.*. • wjf ; jSK ' ■Si."/.' #iWrm *W? '.; J ■CT'—I I ' ' ' .c y "-'sa. r,f> • ■■'^>><' * ' 3 CASS COUNTY SUN Banger t Erwin, Editors and Prop*. ■UNDEN. - - TEXAS FLOODS CAIiSINS DEATH AND DAMAGE VERY HEAVY RAINS FALL OVER LARGE SECTIONS OF TWO STATES. FIVE KNOWN DEAD AT BELTON Service on Railroads Bady Interrupted and Various Other Properties Damaged. Waco, Texas, Dec. 3.—A concrete waterworks) wall on the levee, which protected the east side, was under- mined by the swollen Brazos river Tuesday night and the water was rushing through the opening, the the homes of many people being floodod. Dallas, Texas.—The heaviest rain that has fallen in five years, it Is said, covered practically the entire eastern half of Texas and a large part of Southern Oklahoma Tuesday, caus- ing the deaths of at least five per- sons, large property damage and the serious cripping of transportation lines. People are known to have been • Bell county when a cloud- a 30...

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

nP&s 1 - mM ti&l ' • ".-r ' • *9WS • iilPMMlS 'wSSR ^i^SSfsgl IK W- "fM", ' '* a *' w^i r* ' P?!' M'i ' li ' 'Ifc ir.irtf fftMBjE ' 'f <&■.>'■'< A ROMANCE wmisrm by the play Br m ARMSTRONG JQIO -BY HARPER "BROTHERS SYNOPSIS. Cowboys of the Flying Heart ranch are heartbroken over the lcxg of their much prized phonoxmph by the defeat of thulr • liamplon In a foot-race with the cook of the Centipede ranch. A house party la on nt the Flying Heart. J. Wafllngford Hpeed, cheer leader at Yale, and Culler '-ovlngton, Intflf-colleglito champion run- ner, are expected. Helen Blake, Speed's Kweetheart, suggests to Jean Chapln, sis Jer 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 prospect. Speed and his valet, Larry Glass, trainer at Yale, arrlvo. Helen Blake asks Speed, who has posed to her as an athlete, to race against the Centipede ...

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

MM wl' 1 Kii 1 I ,/ MX 11 '\S )t\ Hardware FUNERAL DIRECTORS - COMPLETE AND VARIED STOCK. GASKETS* COFFINS, BURIAL SUITS AND ROBES. Very loeat attention given calls day, or, night PRICES TO SUIT ALL. TOZIERS COOLING BOARD 'AND WALNUT STOOLS FURNISHED FREE. Day Phone 66 Night Phone 17 LINDEN, .TEXAS. i t; ■w ol ci ca of eh wt CD] ret dai the i A Thhi made it ot ct * was 1 ,fle % |V 'worth' \ f?anl-'. tt woik. % 'i.ice tbo ss-etteiA \ ' do iinf a no V est ■mM 1 <n£WH LINDEN TRANSFER CO. • LilVE^Y flN£> FEED STflBLiE. WE HANDLE BRICK, LIME AND SHINGLES, Allen Urquhart3 v druggist. the best of everything in the;drugjjne. Mail Orders Filled Promptly. Moseley Bldg. Jefferson, Texas. L. C. WEAVER, prbSIDbn'j' C. E. DAVIS, 1st v-i'RKS. S. E. GEORGE, treasurer WESLEY MORSE, 2nd v-pkus 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 oilfields. Invest ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 16 December 1913

r«J ir"rV* • k ■ ,; •;.. v ■(* - - "' ^:;r' I ^j>Vj I DINGER At FISVVIX, Publishers. J- A Paper Devoted to the best Interests of the People. {SnbMripfion, $! «« Per Annnm VOL. 38. IN THE LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 16. 1913. NO. 50. RACE OF LIFE WE are Jockey a of our Fata. If we lose, it is be- cause we are not follow- ing the pace of THRIFT; we are companions of SPENDTHRIFT. l^SB WHICH WILL YOU BE? THE vounp: man who works and saves until lie has no- quired indepent'ance or the idler who spends all in youth and is an object of charity in old age. Take a tip from us. Start a Hank Account today. CASS COUNTY STATE BANK PROCEEDINGS OF FIFTH SUNDAY MEETING. W, (!. Ill,A LOCK m. 1 . (UN ion's LINDEN, .TEXAS II.'-Il;.-1 iiJ1 !B I by the Which Convened with Zion Hill Baptist Church Nov 2^-<'i0. Friday. 10 00 a m—Called to order und Devotioiral Service conduct- erl by Associatioual Missionary M L Blankinship. 11,00 a ra—Introductory Ser- mon by Rev L Mcllan, Subject, ! Salvation...

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

• ? H *■" ' ' - ' ' . Y SUN as P MEXICAN ELECTIONS NEW PRESIDENTIAL VOTE MU8T BE SUBMITTED TO PEOPLE NEXT JULY. talERTA HOLDS CONTROL Action Means That Provisional Head of Government Remain* in Power Until Possibly September. i Mexico City.—The Mexican congress Tuesday nullified the recent presiden- tial elections. New elections are called |or next July. L Congress, according to this action, xpects Gen. Huerta to remain in the presidency for at least seven months jnore and if the time necessary for the selection and installation of his successor is taken into consideration It will be well toward the end of Sep- tember next year before he yields his power to another. In voting that, the recent presiden- tial election was null the deputies de- cided to fix the date for the new election. They also confirmed the position of Gen. Huerta as provision- al president until then. j The action of the deputies was ac- companied by no debate. The com- mittee's report was approved without a disse...

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

M-wraroa* ? "mm:. ISPWMli uJm !V ' -t ■ ftiVK' ""' ,:i c ••.A ■• '.■ ?i-.'i!:' • "«>■'■ -" i—:* ? ■..' * , < «•>?"'•« • , : „ „, f ,/ WW** ,;V,- ;),,,M 1 &*• :"4 k«V V COUNTY SUN ^9 AROMANCE *!* 'EX BISSCH SUGGESTED BY THE PLAY BT IBWJL ARMSTRONG Bei 30 _COPYRXgHT 391Q 3Y HARPTR yBROTHERS SYNOPSIS. Cowboys of the FlylnfT Heart ranch are heartbroken over jhe loss of their much- Pi'lzed phonograph by the defeat of their ehamplon In a foot-race with the cook of the Centipede ranch. A house party 1h or> at the Flying Heart. J. WallliiKford Hpeed, cheer leader at Tale, and Culver ' 'ovlnifton, Inter-collegiato champion run- ner, are expected. Helen Blake, Speed's sweetheart, suggests to Jean Chapln, sis- ter 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 prospect, kipeed and hli valet. Larry Glass, trainer at Yale, arrive. Helen Blake aa...

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

'<■' ' ! fflmtim fiAv . "N, c4 Mir* :& p cle« jO. Bi from •botii v*iv - SUN aSS;' ■ ' jt&£ ■ J. Ii. A, BANGKU w. I,. KItWIN BANGER & ERWIN, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. . gxg>.■ rnTT-t.rgTTT - '•" TIIBCA88 COUNTY HUN |>uT>llitliotl every Tuesday, In entered atthoLtoduu iioutollico us 8eix>u<1.01aa matter. ha?es op subsckiition: % tingle copy per year 1 $1.00 six mouths ' 50 cents Nopai>ers sent out without the cash tn advance; paper stopped when time is wit, or we lose it. district court Civil Docket. Will Have Christmas Tree. Both the Sunday Schools here wi Atlanta Nil Bank vs.! (HIugh- will ffo in together ami have a M & Co, suit on note, settled and Christmas troe, to which every- body is invited. Committees Obituary notices and cards of thanks will be inserted at two-aml-a-half cents jtei line '• ' Woodmen Elect Officers. At their meeting Saturday night the members of Beech- Wood Camp No. 497 elected the following officers for the ensuing year: W...

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

lilt sting fitnte I my lo^a Bt a to. Hftce? Jqu" roach- that you very 1 self.*' IM lisnl imps. and i«ects ted in*. 2 25c. m iv f ■'. joc.'U, /,/y rt, lljuujxca | g<> i<> rc. n for your * " "" ; Christmas goods. "Plenty ol achoit! books for all Hifl country sc.h'>< 1 d at J. J. Story'tf. Ci'ttoivue at K. Wynii'a. Everybody get your moals at Bennett's Rosturant. Citron at Sam Fant's. i T. M. Cochran & Sons are bav- I.- >tti of btirbwire, staples and : j()„ nex^ t<§ ^ new | bank building, graded and will l , . *ii* • # '1 1 tmiU at I. N. Marrtitts. J. VV. Forrel7«d Now Colony, i h^«" building in a few days. was fu the city yesterday. i Buy your coffins, caskets and i If knew liow quickly the pain is eased i ^ ? i j*. .... - 1 . 1. . C If wSlti Muni 'c T irrVif «5 n rv Hi 1 waii urnti 1 rl 1 IS. f. , —... ;x bill lul suits from John S. Mor- with Hunt's Lightning Oil, you would always have it on hand. Il is also splcn- j \v|tv ; did for Rheumatism, Neuralgia, ...

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

sUfi® BfPfk -•••;., ap>OP ■•' ■'. ^""Hfii'i1! )>i 11 ;T sag- i'W-'y, . • ■. J _.;.y-; __ THE CASS COUNTY SUN .. ii "y— *?r — * 'L v MOULD LOOK LIKE A MAKCY WTTEH IN A TICCP. MM Hie Was All Spraddled Out, Mad and Fighting WASHINGTON.—'"Sliver" Alec Falconer—that's what they call him out In the state of Washington, though his honest-to-goodness name, as given In the Congressional Directory, is J. A. Falconer—landed Into a debate in the house the other day all spraddled out, mad and fighting, even though this is his first term. Mr. Heflin of Alabama, the wit and story teller of the bouse, had said some unkind things about the suffragist", as is his wont. Ho had suggested that all males who believed in woman suffrage ought to be attired in skirts. Now, Mr. Falconer, Progressive with a large P, is a representative at large from a state which contains many woman voters. "I want to observe," said he, severely, in reply to Mr. Heflin, "that the mental operation of the average woman in...

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

iiii i ill in wr TY SUN IN PLAGE OF THE PIE 60ME RECIPES THAT WILL PROVI 4 Of VALUE. Amber and Chartreua* of Jelly Art * Among tha Beat—How to Prepare Macaroon Roeettee—Cocoanut Cream Alao Good. Amber Jelly—Two tablespoon# gela Une, one-half cup boiling water, one half cup cold water, three cups aweel cider, sugar. Soak gelatine In the cold water for Ave minutes. Dissolve in boiling wa ter, add cider and sugar. Stir until dissolved and pour into mold. Chartreuse of Jelly—Cut out the center of a round sponge cake, leaving the bottom and sides thick enough to liold a quart of Jelly. Prepare a lem- on. strawberry, orange or wine Jelly, and when it is cold and Just ready to form turn into the cake arid Bet aside In a cool place or on Ice. When ready to serve cover the top with the chilled froth froth a cup of double cream and a cup of milk beaten with a whip churn. Flavor the cream with vanilla or wine and add one-fourth cup of couiectloner'a sugar before whipping. Macaroon Rosettes.—On...

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

pS||ff •■'-•KV .'>7. - • •■ ■• . -# .•■■•: hMHH «>' -•■ '. I' Iilf f nil inM.ii.nli jv^jt $ S.; 'iSi'-iM i K- (■«! Hardware & Furniture Co. funeral directors • , 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 06 Night Phone 17 LINDEN, TEXAS. illli.iu.ll li H.M __.lL.iHfl L-U-Oia" l!. I1- L! L'l ■■ 1 -l- DIRBCTORY LINDEN TRANSFER CO; UlVE^Y Rfit> FEED STflBUE. WE HANDLE brick, lime and shingles. ■SB Allen Urquhari9 DRUGGIST. THE BEST OF EVERYTHING IN THE DRUG LINE. !• Mail Orders Filled Promptly. Moseley Bldg. Jefferson, Texas. L. C. WEAVER, PRGsIDBNT C. E. DAVIS, 1ST V-PKBS. S. E. GEORGE, treasurer WESt.EV MORSE, 2nd v-pres The Caddo Co-Operative Oil & Qas Co. Incorporated Under tho Laws of the State of Texas. , LINDEN, TEXAS i Invite you to co-operate with thorn in the development of Cass and Marion County oilf...

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

••• . - ' 1 • ■i A 6- ■; ;H-'V ,;""'if" •MlfS-'fi • > •' - ' • ' : • ■ -I -• -• ' i • ■ ....' < . •••. v i ''.mi' )r •• .-r ■ .. f •V y ' N ^t*A ■*. it/"" B1WCEK & CRWIN, Publishers. )■ A. .Paper Devoted to the best Interests of t;he People. {Subscript «ott, $1.00 Per Anmms VOL. 38. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1913. NO. 52. Si! li 3r. *■ S"> m mmmm RADFORD'S PLATFORM Ex-President of the Farmer's Union Outlines Legisiativo Needs of Farmers. MARKETING AND HELPING THE i TENANT FARMER THE PARA- MOUNT ISSUES; . . .. i . V . t. ■ The HOUSE o/MYSTERY bore the figures 1313 over its doorway, although it stood down Gramercy Parkway, and that was not its street number at all. The House of Mystery had been uri' occupied for many years. And then, Ohe Sunday morn- ing, two young men in a club window across the way noticed that every time the clock struck, someone en- tered the House of Mystery. They watched, breath- lessly, to see what would happen next; and even while they ...

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

. "v\' '' ' . <.V"> ^ -"J'" r: £" " * - .... , , . . • ,.. — FATHER AND FRIEND New Testament Has Given Us a Revelation of God Which Stands to Reason. IP the ideaa of Ood expressed In the literature, the monument# and temples and Images of modern India or China, or et ancient Egypt. Greece u4 other naUonB seem so abBurd sometimes we cannot help laughing at them, let us remember they are .the ideas of people who never saw the New Testament and they were for .that reason Ignorant of the beautiful revelation it contains of the real churacter and work of Ood, in the per- aou and teaching and the .lervlce to humanity of JesUB Christ. Even some of the Jews who called '(heuiBelves Ood'B people, and de- scribed him as well as they knew how in portions of the Old Testament, have given us some views about our Heav- enly Father which distinctly prove they did not know what they were talking about. Some of their notions uoout were so vague, imperfect, untrue and repugnant they are without ...

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

5*lfiWS '' " ■' ■ '•• '{¥ ' ■' '■ 'v " V1 Tppv ''' .'v'0.>u:: ' ■■ - "C4'-'.' raaBjwmwM^fery, J® > • | f •% / ■ 5 $£;,;: , % W-< . v . .. THE CASS COUNTY SUN OLD FAVORITE IS THIS SOUP Rice and Tomatoes Seem to Be Ex- ceptionally Well Liked aa Founda- tion for the Mixture. Use one can ,or tbo equivalent In fresh tomatoes, one-third of a cupful of rice, a large onion, a large slice of carrot, a quart of water, three table- apoonfuls of butter, two teaspoons of •alt, three dasbes of pepper And two tablespoonfuls of flour. Chop the onion and carrot flne and put them Into a frying pan with tbe butter. Cook slowly for ZO minutes. Put tbe tomato and a quart of water into tbe stewpan and bring to the boll. Skim the vegetables from the butter and add them to the tomato and water. Put the flour with the butter remain- ing In the pan and cook until smooth and frothy, stirring all the while. Then add tbe mixture In the stewpan and set where its contents will simmer for iialf an hour. P...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 30 December 1913

■mr*% f" J mmm J. B A. BANt W. L. ERWIN BAN QBE & ERWIN, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. TUECASS COUNTY SUN publl hed every Tuesday, is entered at the Linden poitofflce • se 8eoond;ciM matter. _____ rates OF subscription: Single copy per year ' $1 00 '' tlx months ' 50 cents No papers sent out without, the cash (n 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 pei line * HHI To our friends and customers, As the old year passes out, we' look back upon our business transaction with you as a matter of pleasure. We thank you very cordially for your patronage, and beg to soy thai we are bet- ter prepared than ever before to supply your needs with depen- dable merchandise. We are very truly, W C. Blaloek, & Co Linden Texas. Licensed to Wed. C. S. Watson to Mies Eula Mil- ner. J. P. Mathews to Mrs. Martha J. Petty. J. A. Wilbanks to Miss Odell Mixon. Willie Parker to Miss Birdie Moore. G. W. Strawn to M...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 30 December 1913

V?- vi.r ;;r '.rii ui;" ii~nr r LOCAL INTELLIGENCE Plenty of schoo! books for all tho country schools at J. J. Story's. Chestnuts at Sun Pant's. , jBsy M .1. M. Daniel, of Mill Creek, was in town yesterday. Onions at K. Wyun's. Cotton batting for quilts at John S. Morris. Mrs. Lena Whitworth is visit- ing the family of B. F. Whit- worth near Avinger. Buy your coliins, caskets and burial suits from John 8. Mor- ris. A man in Brittish West Incics writes: Wherettr I am, I find Hunt's Lightning Oil u^Bknsatde. It is truly a wonder- ful rtrawy for pains. In cases of Rheu- matism, Neuralgia, Headaches, Sprains ' lc., you should just try it and be con- vinced. Your druggist sells it. Miss Pauline Weaver has been visiting relatives at Bryan's Mill the past, few days. Harris Durtftin & Flint have just put in ii good line ot Sad- dles. Lemmons, Apples, Bananas, Onions and Oocoanuts at Sum Fanls. Mrs. T. L. Stanley and cliil- iltvn, are spending a few days with relatives* in Blooinburg. I'...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 30 December 1913

J tf / •ilAU . Ml V BILL PASSES HOUSE VOTE STOOD' 298 FOR AND 60 AQAINtT— PROLONGED CHEERS GIVEN. WlES. AND BANKERS HAPPY Becretary McAdoo Receiving Endorse' m nt of New Law From Financier*. Washington.—The house passed the loonference report on the administra- tion currency bill at 10:46 o'clock (Monday night by a rote of 298 to 60, land sent the report to the senate, 'which had waited in session to receive 4t before adjournment for the night. \ Prolonged and uproarious cheers ifrotn Democrats greeted the announce- ment of the rote by Speaker Clark, And many members of the house has- tened over to the senate to see the report received there. On the final vote thirty-seven Re- publicans, twelve Progressives and tone independent—Kent of California —vote with the majority for the re- port, and two Democrats—Calloway of Texas and Witherspoon of Mississippi 1—joined the opposition. President Wilson Is no less pleased *t the shape in which the currency hill has finally emerged out of con...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 30 December 1913

% A ROMANCE STREX BEKcth 5DWE3TED BYTHEHATOT iNDPAULAHHSnOIIG COPYRIGHT 1910 XT HARPER « BROTHERS np™ s •. • • • ' , THE CASS COUNTY SUN %$§xj 8YNOPSI8. ftowbny* of the Flying Heart ranch are Tiiartbroken over the loss of their much- " " t">uiiua(ai;ii uy vtia ueieoi ui men champion In u foot-race with the cook of The Centipede ranch. A house party Is "t the Hying Heart. J. WatllnRford wpir-d, cheer leader at Yale, and Culver ^"vliiRton, Inter-collexlate champion run- ner, are expected. Helen Blake. 8peed'a ""'eelheart, suggests to Jean Chapln, sls- ler nf the owner of the ranch, that she "duce Covington, her lover, to win back Phonograph. Helen declares that If Covington won't run. Speed will. The <Jwhuys are hilarious over the prospect. "P^'antl ,lls valet, I.arry Glass, trainer ? v ,e- arrive. Helen Blake asks Speed, who lias posed to her as an athlete, to race ngalnst the Centipede man. The ■■ owboya Join In the appeal to Wally, and '"■"lug that Helen will find him out, he...

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