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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 30 December 1913

4\i4u1: - *, ■ : V irdware & Furniture Co. FUNERAL DIRECTORS -COMPLETE AND VARIED STOCK CASKETS, COFFINS,BURIAL SUITS AND ROBES.' Very beat attention given callsj day^ or night PRICES TO SUIT ALL. TOZIBR S O0OLING BOARD ? AND jjWALNUT STOOLS FURNISHED FREE. Day Phone 66 Night Phone 17 LINDEN, TEXAS. DIRECTORY CIllll'Clli'K LINDEN TRANSFER CO. ItlVERV AND FEED STABLE. WE HANDLE BRICK, LIME AND SHINGLES. Allen Urquhart, DRUGGIST. __ THE BEST OF EVERYTHING IN THE DRUG LINE. Mail Orders Filled Promptly. Moseley Bldg. Jefferson,'Texas. L. C. WEAVER, president C. E. DAVIS, 1st v-prks. S. E. GEORGE, treasurer WESLEY MORSE, 2nd v-pr^s The Caddo Co-Operative Oil & Gas Co. Incorporated Under the Laws of the State of Texas. LINDEN, TEXAS • Invite you to eo-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. WRITE FOR INFORMATION• In this day of pr...

Publication Title: Cass County Sun, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 27 January 1914

f.i J • 'f" : £ Mt \ BI WHK Sl ERWin, Publisher*. i- A Paper Devoted to the best Interests of the People. t«nl rripl> ii, *■ 0 Ver Anm. VOL. 39. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JANUARY 37, 1914. NO. 4*: AMERICANS INDEPENDENCE ENJOY the feeling of Indoppndonce that comes tot ho fellow that has a Bank Account with a strong; Bank like ours. THE PENALTY OF STRIFE. 11,ormerl^ principal of Normal j ; Training Hcbool at Piatteburg The sdari of ptriff.that deface tlifli N. V. is 'principal. The other Visage of intWry in Tc*m should members of the Training School ^rve as a warning to platform ipnk- facuity are: Miss Willio Floyd | era against drawing the sword in the j of AbU ^ Lolo I5rook8 of present campaign. There is scarely an important line of industry in Texas that has not been a battle nxiihuchie We As Americans Are Entitled To make and accumulate wealth. The best way to begin is by opening an account with us. CASS COUNTY STATE BANK LINDEN, TEXAS NEW OIL COM- PANY ORGANIZED jud -e L. M. Pu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 27 January 1914

^twTfcMBHIirjTBBfcTT^ f ■ ■' , ■■ 1 f r^c : -'->*v*f$(IJwSI ?" ~W: i ' ■ hM mi :m to commend OUTLINED BE- <GRE38. ISAPPOINTED fry Cabot Lodge Bwclare# Suggee- j>n Good, but Fears Work of Radical Lawmaker*. TEXAS BREVITIES Washington.—In a message which pWon from all factions of both houses of congress sincere applause, Presi- 'dent Wilson Friday laid down the oundwork for "the additional artl- es of our constitution of peace." Un- bis message on the tariff and r currency, in his message on tru3t leg- islation the president presented to ^congress a detailed outline of the trend gf the proposed legislation on this sub- ct and the approval with which the neral program wrjI received by con- fess is taken as an indication that ►proposed trust legislation will find tber sailing than was accorded pr the tariff or currency bills. In act that the first applause, which Lipted tbe reading of the mes- sage, was started by Minority Leader Mann and hia Republican colleagues, the Democrat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 27 January 1914

« "J'- '; "* WWtL W '' tl'J? ' ' :,%jr • Wffi -,SS ?E3 ■ r P} . j#pi I > i ^?y-tty0y. ' Stf' . vitrUMi . '' * • / / •u I IN -. II 31 i ~Charl<3$ Edmondti I—JLM Author of "77ie Sifter BfodeR "The Paternoder Jtubjd* Etc. (Sapyjs/Gwr asva X.C.7$cCZU&G'Qc\CO 8YNOPSI8. Rudolph Van Vechten, a young m|in of leisure, la astonished to sea a man enter No. 1313, a house across the street Irom the Powhatan club, long unoccupied and •poken of as the House of Mystery. Sev- eral persons at regular Intervals enter Ho. 1313. Van Vochten expresses concern to his friend, Tom Phlnney, regarding the ■whereabouts of his cousin and fiancee. Paige Carew. A fashionably attlr.-rt wo- man Is seen to enter the Ilousu of Mys- tery. BOOK I. CHAPTER III—Continued. The door had been cloned behind the girl a minute or such a matter, when Van Vechten and Phlnney «aw It jerked partially open and at onco banged violently shut, again. In truth, they both plainly heard the concus- sion. Van Vechten roso and pr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 27 January 1914

i'-y c? mm W. L. EKWIN & BRWIN, PfiOPWITOBS, rY SUN i>ukill Ucd every at the Linden pontoUice hulter. i' ■ i §■ r jkiugie «VM| umscriptxon: r ' $1.00 ths 'Vr 8C<*/its papets seut|Sut without ttie cash jCR; j*ip«r^topped when time is of we lose it. >t cor "'! 1 ■ « IJ1 . ■ ■ ■ ■ - "J- co r "dent irouD' hies " To A was ^iU "pight, Jan. the purpose I'fvt*© TO„VV: 1 ■' .. < If ■ ■ a** > .,T , f- - ■ . < r# - • >■ it"-- :* .-r' <': ' \5 - M :Ll — '■'< ■ .... r.. . "--i. > . * - 1 ^ __ unty. itg of Gilizens lust. Saturday in Atlanta, for t ioidresliDg the ■people of-Atlanta arid" oT the "country gouerinjly jju the pro- posed Dalla«-t< i Ttexarkuna High- Way.' lnvitatilona were extend- ed and a numtyer of citizeus at- tended as replressntatiye from Linden and Qoeoti <p)'ty. A committee consisting of- throe from ench of the*' pluees named was chosen, of wpieh committee H. A. O'Nenl, ofl Atlanta, Was made chairman, IBTmer L. Liu- ju.-u.• —- - 7-:-;J co...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 27 January 1914

■ r v.vf -; !.-'M '■ :'l IMP iff' f jfWmVNCEMMj RATES: district Office#, County Office^,- • - 10.00 .5.00 Precinct Offices, , - • - ] 2.60 CASH IN ADVANCE. ! We arc authorized to aajwnmce the following candidates, subject |ft thft .ac- tion of thi Democratic primary. *«£ Wr County Judge— ' • • X. T. BAKER J. P. PANT 8. M. GRIFFIN %* w '" ♦ , . For Sheriff— J. F. MIT. HEM. For County Clerk— EMMETfFLORENCE BOB MOORK tor County Treasurer— t. l. n1ppf.r For County Attorney— eugene thompson ■? elmer u. lincoln oI Linden. martin ALlday • t ■ •; •i'V ' For Tax Collector—' R. H. GRIFFIN For Tax Assessor— W. C. WILLIAMS For District Clerk— C. H. HEFNER For County Supcrint ndent— DREW PORTED For Commissioner, Precincts 1 and 8- J AS. E. HARRIS T. C. GLOVER For Justicc of the Peace, Prccinct W. W. MARTIN For Cotton \Veigher «t Linden— B. F. STRICKLAND LOCAL I NT ELL/ G ENCti Oai>)' St'ls at Sams Font's. PltMityol achoo! books for all 1,1 hj liouMtry suli iols at J. J, Story'*. Mrs. Carrie B...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 27 January 1914

THB rASS rOUNTT SDN - . Wzmm ' Vr& ===== — IN Shaw Lady Looks Younger Instead of Older with Lapse of Time. Shaw. Miss—Mrs. V. N. SVnith, of this city, makes an Interesting state- •went of U©r experiences, aa follows: "Twenty-nine years ago, I contracted a Berlous form of womanly J trouble. We called In our family ppysiclan, and he treated me for it, but It aeemed to do no good. It ^ent on Into other bad troubles, and 11 com- menced faking all kinds of modiclnes to Bee If I could get relief, bi^t to no avail. I suffered with that trouble lip until eleven years ago, whon I read about Cardut, the woman's tonic, and bought a full treatment. It relieved; me at once, and after taking the full treat- ment, I am how well and Btoui- I sent my brother, whom I bad not seen In twenty years, one of Biy pho- tographs, and he wrote me that I looked younger than when fee last eaw me." For moro than 50 years, Cardul has been relieving women's sufferings, and building weak women up to health tiud...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 27 January 1914

| jH i THE CAflg COUNTY 6UN I ') I GOOD ITALIAN 'WORTH COPYING BY HOU8EKEK* ERS OF AMERICA. At Least One Di«h May Wall B« Sarvad at Dinner—Many Method* v of Cooking Macaroni—Tomato [ Sauce With Spaghetti. American housekeeper! anxious to keep down tbe market bills have learned the advantages of cervine at «ach dinner one dlBh containing aome of the Italian pastes, which are low In price, nutritious and appetising. The American way of cooking spa- ghetti is to combine It with American cheese chopped, butter and a little milk bfeaten with eggs. The spaghetti 1b first cooked until It Is soft; then drained of the water, and the cheese, butter and eggs already mixed are beaten lightly into the hot paste The mixture is then baked to a golden brown In the oven. A porcclaln lined baking dish la best, though some pre- fer the old-fashioned yellow stone ware. Macaroni cooked and then simmered In a good meat broth until tender also mixes well with grated Gruyere cheese mixed In the baking dlnh...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 27 January 1914

,'r ' ■' p ,v"> tluirrlKN TRANS V HriO FEfiD STflBliE. WE HANDLE L*1VK rkHb ■■ ' 1 Y, LIST OF JURORS. PROFESiil. WAt , C AKu6. J BRICK* LIME AND SHINGLES. BAPTIST W. W. MORRIS, Pastor Sunday School atVIO o'clock a. m. cnch 'unday, S. H. Vaftce, Superintendent. Pr<rafhtng every Sunday by the Pastor &t 11 a. m, and at night Prayer meeting every toiday nijght. Ladies Aid Society meets every Satur- day evening AHen Urquhart, PRUdGIST. THE BEST OF EVERYTHING IN THE DRUG LINE. Mail Orders Filled Promptly. Moseley Bldg.' ' Jefferson, Texas. taawaa —— S. E. GEORGE, treasurer WESLEY MORSE, 2mi> v-ruis ; I I,. C. WEAVER, PRESIDENT, C. E. DAVIS, 1st v-f'REs The Caddo Go-Operative Oil & Gas Co. ) Incorporated Ulider the Laws of the State of lexas. LlINDEN, TEXAS' \ Invite you to co-operate with them in t he development of Cass anil Marion County oilfields. Invest $22.ot) in a Home Development proposition A Lot M. E. CHURCH SOUTH J. T. HOOKS, Pastor Sunday School at 10 a. m. eac...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 10 February 1914

i W15ry ' V'' .jUth* ...) ;: - -i. - "v')-; . '•■. "" " ?f|* . v '■ -Y-V V;i$ :v& . ;. ■■ ; - 'f'*.- «"V - ' • ••••>;.• .., . '•■- i£i-;iW.v.-.wf''; ' Jjfcl •£ •* Vf' •• ♦•' wMW ■ \% \ < «Wiki ' ."?■ i '"'V'" f ' v>. tc. |mav • an louul [I K, Cl • iln ork clr- Us. ale cd. D old Dr. vices aino so as meet' i i II A Paper Dovotod to the best Interests of the People. "' ■■ ' {«ub*cripi **,#*©0 Per Anaw LINDEN, TEX AS, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY &U&14 .i in I in ' f NO 6. INDEPENDENCE FARMERS HGLU MEETIMG T ;>> I5X.IOY >h llldpjHfljdHllOM I llJII < in til" Wl.rsr r-hV.-HH.* •! Ifanlc V'-cmm* "*v4« < ;i Strong Ban! IH'< lav-.. Itftotatien RhM by f el*r d te b«tn« t*f* Iseue. Natland Aid in MarMinf ate wit iwaity. tf Ca-egsisSy wittt Itopmatad. Hat* =fs* •*j2hr&Q Ij^* We As Americans Are Entitled To omke/av^ accumulate wealth. The beet vay to Wit is by opfjnir)? an accouot with us. CASS COUNTY STATE DANK LINDEN, Y""AS I** Special Low Rate on Iron Ore bie t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 10 February 1914

mm — 1. I > HAPPENING! AND INSURGEN IUAL CHANCE8 kSHlNQTON. ■ \|ll HUl sr Villa Elated at the Act and Pr4se« President Wilson—Many Amer- icana^Laave City of Mexioe. i Washington.—President Wilson, by ku executive order dated Feb. 't. re- moved all restrictions against the ex- portation of munitions of war into Mexico from the United States, plac- ing the contending Mexican elements on i. basis of equality with respect to the purchase of arms and supplies In this country. The executive order emphasised that it was the desire of the United States to be in the same position of neutrality toward the contending fac- tions In Mexico as were the other powers. The text o£ the proclamation follows: "Wherehs, by a proclamation of the president issued on March 14, 1912, wilder a joint resolution of congress, approved by the president on the tamu day. it was declared that there existed in Mexico conditions of domes- tic "violence which were promoted by the use arms or munitions of war procur...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 10 February 1914

W. 9y ■Vil Dr. ices no Us' r THE CASS COUNTY SUN jj < Time, lock r- = Jlte, w Pdternotf&r Kuby£ Etc, GOpywGHr jsva ;i CJ*cpzu8(?ac CQ 8st Ghana Edmondd Walk; 8YNOPSIS. Rudolph Van Vechten, n younR mnn of leisure, la aHtonlHh<->l to see ft man enter No. 1313, a house acronH tho HtretH from Ithe Powhatan club, lon« unoccupied and spoken of rh tha Hottga of Mystery. Bt v- jral persona at regular Intervals enter No. 1313. Van Vechten expresses concern *o his friend, Tom Plilnn'-y, rcRHrtllnK the svheroahouts of his cousin and fiancee, I'aJge Cnrew. A fashionably attired wo- man la seen to filter the House of Mys- tery A man Is forcibly ejected from tho house. Van Vechten and Tom follow the mm and And him dead In the street. Van Vechten Is attracted by the face of a girl In the crowd of onlookers mir- roundlnt; the body, f.iitor ho discovers the girl gazlns at him with a look of •corn from the windows of the mysteri- ous house. Detective Flint calls on Villi [Vechten to get ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 10 February 1914

IMS i: « & wSflSf |fe-' TIIKCASS OQtJS*\- 8UH p| ^U'u«adc$', IS entptoii «t tU« I.l'ti as Sacoiut.Clnn* mutter. >' RATTIS OF SUfiSICBtlHMCW Single copy-pel-yertr .'J;w i " six inod,tba ' &0 c^ut# No papers sent out v$thoBt, the oftife Ln a,dv>ncK; paper tItae & E out, or we lose it. -*4 gjgP^^rtM- I if f <« i e I. a fr re fit* ' •was a te' and go h Obituary aati^t?s aij(J cafdfc of, Will U? iii$ette4 at two-ahd-a-batf vopts fry liw .-' a ii l _r' Lj-jjaaj*— Cass CQiinty School &ay at lii^den, IKJapch 14,lw< V take pleasure in calling tlje ^Mention of the people in Cass County that March the 14th, is. the (lay set apart far our County jjontest. t rejoice of the fact {.hat Cass cou,nty jg the Banner county in this g^t State of ours for 1914,. l^r coritpstanlslgst yea? made Aa r^pirci of any coun- ty in, li^e State. VVhv not ma ice ? luster record for 1,9.14? We the material to Ho the wftrk, if our te$ci>?us will «n>ly lake hold of it and, d,o. same pe...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 10 February 1914

r ■ iPT: ^ :<*y jfrjJ «r' cash in Advance. — sL—&±£' r*u._ ..ftar^Laei. --: > e nnr^is, i/iim-pu ot .(.mil ei y; t w*iVt a.' good', set of rne|8. ' . > . • - V ■ • ; \Ve are authorized to announce the j[o!l'>mn{j candidates, subject to the kc- ion of the Democratic tMitjary. ror Dlstrjgt Attorney— " ^ItjGH CARNEY: |>or Count j? jildge— A.T. ?AKE . J. P. If ANT s. M' Griffin for She riff J.F. Mii.HKLL' if'li ' ' ' for County Clerk— EMMETT FLORENCE * BOB MOORE J. D. BOONE *Fov QoUtay Treasurer - T. L. NIPPER " Vor Cottnty Attorney - : EUOKNB TliOMl'SC)M IJLMEFt. L. LINCOLN 'of Linden. MARTIN AI.LDAV For Tflx Collector— II. 11. GRl t'I IM For '(ax Assessor— \y. C, WILLIAMS For District Clerk— C. H. HEFNER For County Superintendent DREW PON IT X t^or Commissioner, Precincts I and >— m J AS E, HARRIS f. G. GLOVER For Justice of tfcfe £eaee, precinct 1— \V. W. MART if; ,. For Cotton Weigher at Linden— B. F. STRICKLAND LOCAL INTELLTGENCE ■ * •;' 1 ' ■ fjf.iion fyets i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 10 February 1914

mm RWPP PPii. VW- m0m "i VV &'r 1 LIU"UII Look, Mather! If tongue is coated,.give "California Syryp ofFigs" Children luve this "fruit laxative," and nothing else cleanses, the tender stomach, liver and bowels so nlcelyF" A child simply will not stop playing to empty the bowels, and the result is they become tightly clogged with waste, liver geta sluggish, stomach ■ours, thon your little one becomes cross, bulf-eick, feverish, don't eat, sleep or act naturally, breath is bad, system full or cold, has sore throat, stomach-ache or diarrhoea. Listen, Mother! See It tongue is coated, then glye a terspoonful of "California Syrup of I^gs," tind in a few hours all the constipated waste, sour bile and undigested food passeq out of the sys- tem, and you have a well child again. Millions of mothers give "California Syrug of Figs" because it Is perfectly harmless; children love It, and it nev- er fails to act cm the stomach, liver and bowels. Ask at the store tor a 50-cent bottle of "Califo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 10 February 1914

h ■ & I • R 11 .S BREVITIES F«l). 21 the citizens of Cameron will determine the Issuance of good roads bonds to the amount of $100,- ooo. ; • * * The glov^ factory at Wichita Falls has Installed all of Its machinery, and has begun operation on a large scale. It employs about 60 persons. • * A number of Oregg county hog rais- ers met at Longview recently and organized n hog and shippers asso- ciation, with a substantial member- ship. • * * * A stock company has been organ- ised at Jourdonton to be known as the Jourdanton Brick &. Tile Com- pany, and has for its purpose the making of pressed brick, roofing, floor and drain tile and hollow blocks. | • * * I At a recent' meeting of the Waco young men's business league, a pub- licity campaign was outlined. It was planned to locate billboards adver- tising Waco in the principal cities of Texas. In all, 20 boards will be distributed among the larger Texas cities. . j * * * From present indications, the Texas cotton crop of 1913 is ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 10 February 1914

f 7 ■n iWl \ • •• jvii - ■ « v i . i ism GO. ■■ Itivanv AflO pRfiD STA&LiB. i. • WE HANDLE— r'v ' w«. i *' * t ' * ' i * • ' . brick, lime and shingles. I U,LJJl-BWgj!.- _-L-' I. . 1 1,11., H . ' I.PP' Alien {Jrqifkdpt9 DRUGGIST. THE BEST OF EVERYTHING IN THE DRUG LINE.: Mail O 'der? Pilled Promptly. Moseley Bldqf. Jefferson, Texas. IV.*« * If i L. C. WEAVER, PBMIDBNT, C. E. DAVIS. 1 TV-I*K8 . a E. GEORGE, TKSMunSR WESLEY MORSE. 2sd v-phss* The Caddo Co-OpcraUve Oil & Gas Co. Incorporated Under the Laws of the State of Texas. LINDEN, TEXAS ^ ■ • t , 1 j Invite yAu 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 an j Co-Operative Contract shares in all of their developments. WHITE FOR INFORMATION ■ "*!*ewn perALU MA CUV CHICKENS .11 a c .ubw ay ing whp i way BUY A PETALUMA Are Raised Profitably *E PETALUMA way SEND FOR CATALOGS NOW itching Start Poultry Is Money. SPECIAL OFFER White Indian...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 17 February 1914

h j \ ft |K -4 ' - ' niKdCtt EKIVI\, riibliftliert*. J- A. .Paper Devoted to the best Interests of the irt>cpl.e. ^ubwripf #m, fi.W) Por imratn VOL. 39. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1914. NO 7. •9*5!!! The Most Satisfactory Method RAILROADS Will HELP THE FARMER 1 rr —■• 1" h w h hi. ir iKii^'v V: ii - f a • f . ,. lHII IS 111- V Cl < ( ill ■ d< (bmmun Curriers Will Co-operate f fc|ark.e!i i{r Farm Products—Middle- tajc.n t'harjye Higher Rates for Handling Farm Than Factory Products. By Peter Radford. i ■<> ;JUi> per cent ■ tbr.r the farmer t'.'ai there, i,f pi on • I >oring the cost of ■ ir'ni. prodv.'v to consumers and at tfie.ffriuf litr-n largely increasing the i.ish income per farm, without in- (tiensj.ng farm production. This con- ordinate /ammtions or Humanity, oi by filling its columns with the. echoes of the struggles of busy streets,; «ni by enchanting stories of city lit* which,lure bur children from the farm./ It/has a higher and nobler tnslc,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 17 February 1914

-ft .'A ' ■■-■« „V, •t r \ : - ■ > '•w.\ v-?- ±a 1 ■ •• ' ah. , • sWSBKW - " ■MMLTTJG R**fl I IHMUKC SHOCKS FELT W NORTHEAST fifl c Eh A Bill . For sick headaohe/bad breath, Sour Stomacti and constipation. Get a 10-cent box bow. No odds how bad your Ui*t, stomach •r bowels; how much jour head aches, how miserable and ncomf®rt- able you are from constifoatior. tndlges- lion, biliousness and slugglst bowels —you always get the desired results with Cascarets. Don't let your stomach, liver and bowels make you miserable. Taka Cascarets to-night; put an end to the headache, biliousness, dizziness, nerr- ousness, sick, sour, gassy ston.ach, backache and all other distress; cleanse your Inside organs of all iha bile, gases and constipated matter which is producing the misery. A 10-cent box means health, happi- ness and a clear head for monthA No more days of gloom and distresa If you will take a ttoscaret now and then. All stores sell Cascarets. Don't forget the children—their little In-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 17 February 1914

V' I L L i I NMnumHI THE CASS COUNTY SUN &4,;. m ME .•:, .& Mf . wmmwm Br: My' v' %m 'ip.«•,€' ,:*m ■Molk ie differ Blade?, w J(3ternotfle.r J?uh Etc., goto XClX' SJl/GJfT J9/3 :?tc(rzcM<F& Co @3£- Charles Edmonds • H&/A, 8YNOPSI8. Rudolph Van Vechten, a young man of leisure. in astonished to nee a man ent«r ^No. 131.1, a house across the street from •the Powhatan club, long unoccupied anu Hpoken of as the House of Mystery. Sev- eral persons at regular Intervals enter INo. 1313. Van Vechten expresses concern to his friend, Tom Phinney, regarding the Whereabouts of his cousin and fiancee, Paige Carew. A fashionably attired wo- (man Is Been to enter the House of Mys- Itery. A man is forcibly ejected from the (house. Van Vechten and Tom follow the tnan and find him dead In the street. Ivan Vechten is attracted by the face of I* girl In the crowd of onlookers sur- rounding the body. T^ater he discovers khe girl gazing at him with a look of •com from the windows of the...

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