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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 17 February 1914

,.,;w . r .. > , n ,« K. K. BANGH EDITORS AIM . i, m twin, TORS* THE CASH COUStt'Y STJS Tnoiday, It onti>* ^ «.t t oa SocuBd;uia Bnrat,ter. bbhed eV*Vy | jHWtofcct) ratks of SVBbCKII'TlAN: Single copy per year 1 >00 '' six months ' ®0 cents No papers sent out' without the cash \n advance; paper stopped when time js out, or we lose it. -e v; . . . -'J-'J- .. Cibitnary notices and cards of thanks Vill be inserted at fwo-and-a-half cents fjei Hue "CiVifc Docket. m . jt J. I). BOONE. £u the last issue of t ho Sun ap pwed the announcement of J. DJBoone, as a candidate for the -office of County Clerk. We> the time did not have the spa%> te* more than mention the fact, and promised a more extensive write up.heilce this further notice. Rh\ Boone, was reared in Cass county, aud is well and favorab- ly known to a large number of lier citizens. In his early man- hood he taught school, but tite most of his life has been .spent a* a' successful farmer, in the Mil net S Jessie tiol...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 17 February 1914

ii l(i. ln' hi. iety lluur I wiih 111. lam •p t irf light. wefe flgurer good. Ironing )ll un- fussi'd |r>n set II flu LUG taken ir each ],iy eggs fund; jvemng lirn out 111 OtlPS so dark Ing that [out fin- attend jporter. ,'s stomat h engine and your boikr tier or' is it a full loud [cdetl engine Trouble with (Tablets will Ion and invi- Jble it to do lery remark- le have been 1 v all deal - MM mum •«. ... - * V w,7: ~ 71TyTTifi7r,"'i| ■/r.rrr 'c'-r.c.-!'": nwx'T'.zrr. [OUNCEMENTS RATES: .* - $10-00 es, 5.00 ces, - - • 2.50 IN ADVANCE. Viilfit authorized to announce the following candidates, subject to the ac- tion of th: Democratic primary. For District Attorney— - ^Med6 CARNBY. For County Judge— A. T. BAKER J. P. FANT S. M. GRIFFIN J. D. CARWILfc ' For Sheriff— }. F. MlT-llLvlX For County Clerk-*- EMIIBTT FLORENCE BOB MOORF. J. D. BOONE For County Treasurer— T. L. HIPPER N Vor County Attorney— EUGENE THOMPSON ELMER L, LINCOLN of Linden. MARTIN ALLDAY 1'or Tax Collector--- K. IL O...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 17 February 1914

% MOTHER! LOOK AT CHILI'S TONGUE If cross, feverish, constipated, give "California Syrup of Figs" A. laxative -today sa*«a a sick child tomorrow. Child r««- dimply wttl not •take the time frotu play to empty their bowels, which become clogged up with' waste, liver gets sU'SSish; stomach sour. l-ook at the. tongue, mother! If coat- ed, or your child is itftloss, cross, lev- erlsh, breath bad. restless, doesn't eat heartily, full of cold c>r has sore throat or any other children's ailment, give a teaspoonful of "California Syrup of Figs," then don't worry, because It Is perfectly harmless, aid In a fe*" hours all this constipation poison, sour bilo and fermenting wt*ste will gently move out of the bowels, and you have a well, playful child again. A thor- ough "Inside cleansing" is oftlmes all that Is necessary. It should be the first treatment given In any sickness. Beware of counterfeit fig syrups. Ask at the store for a &0-cent bottle of "California Syrup of Figs," which has ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 17 February 1914

M % mmmi m%'i mk W * iffi ■m fa« TEXAS BREVITIES LOcal partien at Austin are negotiat- ing -with an eastern party relative to establishing a half million dollar ho- tel in that city. • * * PleaMnlon has secured an up-tq-data bakery and the shop promises to fill a long felt want in the city. The bakery has begun operation. • * • Ip competition with ninety other towns. Bonham was declared the cleanest city in this state recently. A $1,000 prlie accompanies the honor awarded Bonham. A northern glass manufacturing con- cern has mado a proposition to estab- lish a glass factory In Henrietta. The project has been practically closed and work on the enterprise will begin shortly. It will employ more than 100 if '•« annual pay roll will total about $100,000. Fire at Clinton, eifiht miles -elow Houston on Buffalo bayou, destroyed property valued at $1,200,000 early Tuesday morning. The losses are 16,500 bales of- cotton, two long cotton sheds, a tugboat, two barges and 16 frieght cars. The or...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 17 February 1914

Ay is- LINDEN TRANSFRE CO. UlVa^Y flflO pHEO STflSLE. WE HANDLE -—- RICK, LIME AND SHINGLES. Alien Urquhart) DRUGGIST. THE BEST OF EVERYTHING IN THE DRUG LINE. Mail Orcbrs Filled Promptly. M -)3eley Bldg. Jefferson, Texas. i DIH E O T O K "V if hi.. C. WEAVER, PRESIDENT, B' C. E. DAVIS, 1ST V-PRES. S. E. GEORGE, treasurer VVESI.EV MORSE, S2ND V-PR:S Thz Caddo Co-Operative Oil & Gas Co. Incorporated Under the Laws of the State of Texas. I LINDEN, TEXAS I If f ivitef you to co-operate with thein in the development of I\is8 rind Marion County oilfields. Invest $22.50 in a Homo Development proposition. ' A Lot and Co-Operative Contract shares in all of their developments. FO 11 J ^FORMATION. ur v hot. JIESJttiHWW <''i' UaCSXPR bout o i a.v; 1 ' toll t tt do gtALUMA u cW/nj' '> i'. ami taking on mniing the gray ■•otJtfjr ap- iies BAPTIST w. MORRIS, Pastor Sunday School at 10 o'clock a. m. each unday, S. H. Vance, Superintendent. Preaching every Sunday by the Pastor at 11 a. m. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 24 February 1914

Vii? S„ . '4$f- . ,* >1 .1 • . r • ;*.• i a™ \ HH I I 1 9/1 , i / H ( ' I. I. J {■ V < P mg ■ IB~\ -v . Ji :v , -w<3 vtmFmw *1 • al'i'-;1 1 *•' ' 1 ' %v\v I 'S5;v"v *fl ■ ■ , M - .-IT, • Sl/'V* • *' " • /'v ■•■' V ' ■ 'V & K8 Wli\, PubliMtai'i'M. }■ j\. [Paper Devoted to tlie best Interests of the People. {MulwcripHon, fl.fl® Per Aomnt VOL. 39. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 24. 1914. NO. 8. The Most Satisfactory Method *•- >a?;IY(L ft it®*5* OF paying out, money is by check. You can nl- wavs make the correct change wit'hrut any trou- ble, and your return check is a receipt for the money paid. Were You Ever Asked to pay a bill twice? This happens often in business. Von tnav know that you have |>nid it, but did not ask for a re- ceipt. An indorsed check would settle tin; controversy. Write a check next time. CASS COUNTY STATE BANK LINDEN, !EXAS WOULD GO TO CONGRESS AS REPRESENTATIVE. OF 1ST DISTRICT. Ifc€> . vI " v*.\t _ _ papers of the district arc: (iovernme...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 24 February 1914

*<• ENS m M I* 1 BY AMERICJ 'W. 'BANDIT CHARGED WITH CUMBRg TUNNEL DISASTER CROSSES INTO NEW MEXICO. (BRINGS UP A NEW PROBLEM Whether Prisoner Shall Be Surren. dered to Carriscistaa Is to Be Determined. r El Paso, Texas.—Maximo Cast.il- lo, the Mexican bandit charged with responsibility for the Cumbre tun- nuel disaster, in which 10 Ameri- cans and 41 others lost their live®, ■was captured 38 miles south of Hach- lta, N. M., Tuesday by American troops. The information was con. veyed to Gen. Hugh L. Scott, com- jinandant' at Fort Bliss, in an offi- cial telegram from Capt. White, iNinth United states cavalry. j With the bandit was six of his followers, who, according to Capt. 'White's report, surrendered without <u fight They will be brought here. Castillo, to avoid a range of moun- tains cm the Mexican side, made a |tour which brought him into Amei. iican territory. Capt. White was or ihe watch, having received informa- tion from Walter McCormick, Am- erican manager of Las Pal...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 24 February 1914

' * / IMmy ■■ _ an cy i THE CASS COUNTY SUN i J :M& Time. ■ lock CSharleS -Edmpnd& Walk; "Ihe'MyerB/aJe:: *Wig Fafernojle.r KubyC Etc. Gopy* Xcjt _ _ 'MIGHT JP/a rJXc(7Zl4e<s'tir CO «£ SYNOPSIS. Rudolph Van Vechten, a young man of falmjro, Is astonished to see a man enter No. 1313, a house across the strfot from Che 1'owhatan ulufo, larig unoccupied ami spoken of a.s ttie House of Mystery. Sev- eral persons at regular Intervals enter No. 131.1. Van Vechten expresses concern to his friend, Tom Phlnney, regarding the Whereabouts of his crfVlsln and llanceti. Paige Carew. A fashionably attired wo- man Is seen to enter the House of Mys- tery. A man Is forcibly ejected from the house. Van Vechten and Tom follow the man and find him dead In the street. Van Vechten Is attracted by the face of * girl In tne crowd of onlookers sur- rounding tho body, l^ater he discovers the girl gazing at hlrn wltli a look of ■corn from the windows of the mysteri- ous house. Detective Flint calls ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 24 February 1914

' To i of ■■■■■ ■ .')' EDITORS V*ll . r, b'rwin tWIN, £T0RS. 3tl in Particular. : Misoellaj(tkou8 Allowances 1 lie Olnvk A. Loine-Lbr.; Co.^ i8 j.j j( Heath et al, holding election $10.00 pHyi Linden "A Good Bank In a Good Town," making an effort to establish the E H Sheffield, Mdse fruit and truck industry along Prank Hughe., patching bridga .. ... , ,,. Ludie Roberts, hauling rock and tho lino ol the Jeflerson & North- 'I'llBCASS COUftetiiW pnhllshwl ovety Tu^flday, l entered -' thtj iJOalulli'T. UH SoconrtlClnsh nil-.; U*r KATISS Ol' SUliscilfTtWt 'Single copy per year SU'W " six months ' fAic<sjits> No papers sent out withou' the cash in advan'CK; paper stopped when time is «iut, or we lose it. ! n-, - «k Obituary pot ices and card: of thanks will be inserted at two-and-a.-hull cults pet line _____ lecture work dofic in ywur county. ' •*vish lo Say thai March 2.3 rd is | ;;s soun as we can reach you, but if you will make appointments in your county, beginning on thai d...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 24 February 1914

. % vRi ■' I"' -r' " ••':■ --.J . ■ • . *' i.J L^dii. J'lM II r # "fl !' ' " ' I ' ' ' "f ■ ■ANNO UNCEMENTS RATHS: District Offiocfl, - - $10.00 County Offices, "*• -' 5.00 Precinct Offices, - - * 2.50 CASH IN ADVANCE. We are authorized to announce the following candidates, subject to the ac- tion df thi Democratic primary. Pot Congress— I5UGIINK BT.ACK - ' l?or District Attorney— HUGH CARNKY. 1'or Coiinty Judge— A. T. BAKKU J. P. PA Ml S. M. GtttPFlN J. D. CAPW 11.15 HfiNRY D. NKLSON' l!or She riff— J. K. MIT. HRl.U I?ar County Clerk— . M EMMRTT PffORENCK IiOB MOORK J. D. BOOSE For County Treasurer— V.5; ^ T. L. NIPPER « I'or County Attorney— F.UGENR THOMPSON KI.MER I.. I.INCOr.N of Linden. MARTIN AI.LDAV i'or Tax Collector— \ R. H. OR1PFIN For Tax Assessor \Y. C. WILLIAMS For District Clerk— C. H. HEFNER v For County Superintendent - ^ DREW PORTED \ For Commissioner, Precincts 1 and 8 — | AS. li. HARRIS T. C. GLOVER J. T. LATHAM i'or Justice of t! -• Peace, Precinct 1 — W. W. MART...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 24 February 1914

■ w pSjjj? v. p$l§ ■■ 'P--' "•:•• '■■... '■"* Yr-f-i THE CASS COUNTY SUN - - . — Olffl, HEADACHY, sit^cpes" Gently cleansie your liver and sluggish bowels while yotji sleep. ! Get a 10-oent; bo*. Slok headache, biliousness, dtziV- eaa, coated tongue, foul taste and foul breath—always trace them to torpid liver; delayed, fermenting food In the bowels or eour, gassy stomach. Poisonous matter clogged In the In- testines, Instead of being cast out of the system is re-absorbed Into the blood. When this poison reaches the delicate brain tissue it causes con- gestion and that dull, throbbing, sick- ling headache. Cascarets immediately cleanse the stomach, remove the sour, undigested food and foul gases, take the excess bile from the liver and carry out all the constipated waste matter and poisons In the bowels. A Cascaret to-night will surely straighten you out by morning. They •work while you sleep—a 10-cent box from your druggist means your head clear*stomach sweet and your liver and bow...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 24 February 1914

,v " ■. m •, v •' "'•" V? ,i'''' 7 f.•'.«" ' ''rrHrtflow; ' S « : ;%£ff i 1# ~1TT#. r^f #,v45 ■ ' " iPyV ".,' jftBL',.," „ . * '\A— ■ ■— • | ®1S ■ \ * THE CASS COUNTY SUN - '^:'" ■ I 1' I" AT SUNDAY BREAKFAST FAD THAT HAS BEEN LARGELY TAKEN UP IN THE CITIE8. !T Can Be Made Really Enjoyable Re> paat If the Company la Congenial and Not Too Hard to 8atlafy. Four thousand follower* or the fads Und foibles of the fabled Four Hun- dred find frugal if fuliginous fun In following fashion's fancy for Sunday breakfasts for friends fond of food, furnished formally, with father figuring frantically at the frying pan. Get It? In other words It Is the proper thing among the younger dwellers In the cavernous buildings which consist mainly of entrance halls and two and three room apartments with kitchen- ette to entertain their friends at break- fast at noon on Sundaye. To have the affair done properly the host does the cooking and the hostess entertains ai many of their friends as can comforta ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 24 February 1914

mmm <a®*> lm >*.t .," y ".: •■-■' "' 'f.>. '■ rvV. ' ■■ • •><? '- "■ •« •«'* ' /y - • .■ i ' *■. t JaBBW 5 LL;. ..-.j.1-... 1 . —i ■: —'J a-ta-a- - 9 %5E|9*|i I JyajM W I B.-L ?!«%■ fifs#. _ 1 It- ' ■■ 'V'l ■ a Ji J V W ; II I # . :i. s I r i tt j* DIRECTORY High Class Fertilizers FOR SALE Car Lots Ton Lots OUR BRANDS ARE "Jefferson Cotton Fertilize!'" "Marion and Cass Special' Jefferson Corn Booster' Jefferson Truck Booster* Acid Phosphate, Herman Ivouit, Nitrate of Soda, Cotton Seed Meal. . All or highest quality with analysis approved by State Chemist. Prices and Terms Night. Agencies at all principal business points. .1. C. Steger will represent. us at his place of business near Almira. (live him your orders. JEFFERSON COTTON OIL & FERTILIZER CO, JEFFERSON, TEXAS. t'lllll'I'll CM BAPTIST „ W. W. MORRIS, Pastor Sunday School at 10 o'clock a. m. each Sunday, S. H. Vance, Superintendent. Preaching every Sunday by the Pastor at 11 a. m. and at night Prayer meet...

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

I h |>« /e n. <r B-V\C.ER & EKlVliV 1'iibiuiii'f*. )■ A. Paptir Devoted to the best Iatorosts of tho JPeople VOL. 39. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, MARCH lr I The Most Satisfactory Meiftod OF |IH.\ irit! our mone\ is ' v i■ h11• K You ran id wavs make the !•(iiti'ci • •hange with nit titiv trou ''I*-, andyi 11 rent urnch^ck 's f| receipt for i hp motjpv |>'-i i«l Were You Ever Asked to pay a bill twice? This happens often in business. You mav know that you haw paid it, l>nt rlid not ask for a re- ceipt. An indorsed cheek would settle t i.e controversy. Write a check next time. CASS COUNTY STATE BANK LINDEN, DISTRICT COURT (Crowded out last week.) Mrs N M Thomas vs W W Thomas, divorce granted. Carrie Johnson vs Will John- son, divorce granted. Ambrose Johnson vs Mary Johnson, divorce granted. Jackson Adams vs Jemima Ado ms,divorce granted. M G Hayes vs Narcissus Hayes divorce granted. A1 ford Sampson ve Mittie Sampson, divorce grouted. Willie Willard vs Mary Wil- liurd, div...

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

c V I 1/ 7: - 7 ,1 IVI . V I ■••jk. \ ..gail lo Be Desired. "How la the star actress today?" "I don't know. The doctor's in hei loom now, taking her temperament." Keep one eye on your enemies and two on your friends. t! FREE ADVICE TO SICK WOMEN Thousands Have Been Helped By Common Sense Suggestions. Women suffering from any form of female ills are invited to communicate promptly with the woman's private correspondence de- 1 partrnent of the Ly- dia E.Pinkham Med- icine Co., Lynn, f-\ ^ /-** Mass. Your letter will be opened, read and answered by a woman and hold in atrict confidence. A woman can freely talk of her private illness to a woman ; thus has been established a confidential correspondence which has extended over many years and which haa never been broken. Never have they published a testimonial or used a letter withbut the written consent of the writer, and never has the Company allowed these confi- dential letters to pet out of their pos- session, as the hundreds of thousa...

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

.W'i1,7-5 -.'Jias ; :" COUNTY Feel / MADE UP OF CODFISH frA8TY DISHES POSSIBLE FROM THIS CHEAP 8TAPLE. 'Variety Should Be Sufficient to Please Anybody— 8erved With 8alt Pork or Bacon, It Will Be Eepe- daily Relished. Codfish Loaf.—Crumbs enough ot 'the Inside ot a loaf of bread to meas- ure a cupful and soak these crumbs In * cup of sweet milk. Shred dried cod- iflah enough to measure a pint, and after it Is shredded soak it in cold wa- iter to freshen it. Add It to the soaked Season with" cayenii&r0?pfl£f .tflP ad- mixture in a buttered mold and set the mold in a pan of water In thu open. Hake until firm and serve with sauce. Esealloped Codfish.—Freshen a pint of finely shredded codfish and add to It a pint of hot mashed potatoes, three cups of milk, half a cup of butter, a quarter of a cupful of cracker crumbs and two well beaten eggs. Heat these ingredients all together and put the mixture in a buttered baking dish. Cover with buttered breadcrumbs and bake for 40 minutes in a...

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

. ' 1 E' 1 v'.^. '■ _ «t" mssamm $pWB^^u f.' .Mu^i WN ...; '?m I xkSiH -0," lNGER & ERWIN, EDITORS AND AlOPBIETORS. m Imi m*: ' ■(■ ■ T '1 ' * i. TI115CAHS COUNTY SUN published overj Tuesday, is entered at tb« Linden postutllou tie SeooBdiCIiws matter. RATBS Ol? SUBSCRIPtlONI Single copy per year 1 $1.Q0 " six months ' 50 cents No papers sent put without the cash •«mm;: aa ivi...latni-d wlipn time,, is out, or we lose it. + i \ ! Vi m As it is authoritivelv stated tl : that the Hon. T. D. Rowell of 0fBtat~e Jefferson, who i8 our presentrep- ihe estab]i8huient of a Icuitfrwf! Htiitions, -better him, despise the man who offers Program for Fift roads, etc., all of which MV, Mir- hiui an office, and spurn the tsor- ^ Meeting mml Cann would offer the people in did wretch who offers him resentative of Marion, Cass aud Bowie counties, would not put his name up before the people asking another term in the Leg- islature, wo, the citizens of Pru- itt, suggest to the voters of this distric...

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

to-if . /.\:v District Ofl County 0(] 5^,9, I ■ ff i ©?J®P1 C V ■«? as ■a*- ^•,-.:..;>V- '"'Sri Pi i fcfi UtEXTS $10.00 5.00 2.60> ADVANCE. \Ve re authorise* to announce the lol lowing VawtWttfr*hsubject to the -ac- fioti of the OafifOcta^c primary. For Congress— EUGENE BLACK. HORACE W. VAUGHAN For District Attorney— ' HUGH CARNEY. For County Judge — ArirfjvwejfR • "." J 1\ FAN1' S. M. GRIFFIN J. D. CAR WILE HENRY D. NELSON For Shei iff— J. F. MIT*.HELL For County Clerk— EAtMKTT FLORENCE' BOB moore j. d. boom; For County Treasurer— T. L. NIPPER foi County Attorney — ELMER L. LINCOLN of Linden. MARTIN AI.LDAY For TiiS Collector-— R. H. GRIFFIN T. J. HOPKINS, <>f Btoomburg For Tax Assessor— W. C. WILLIAMS For Diptrict Cleik— C II HEFNER I'cr County Supcrinundcnl— DREW rORTEX For Commissioner, Precincts 1 and 8 — 1 AS. E. HARRIS T. C. GLOVER I T. LATHAM MORRIS JAYN1SS l or Justioe of the Peace, Prci iuctl — \V. W. MARTIN C. S, MY RES J. N. SIMMONS l'or Cotton Weighci nt Lin...

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

CASS COUNTY ?;v I\ Jr "t \l & • i ■ - J*.; ffc m A J * \ I ,'.. HUERTA ASKS RELEASE OF 5,000 REGUGEES | -- REPRkobim I^TjVHS PREPARING I TO INSTITUTE HABEA8 CORPUS PROCEEDINGS AT EL PASO. kOW MELD AT FORT BLISS Oonsul General at 'Large Refer* to "•*«" ■n-u«r -m dltiona Now Exlating. tM«yul «•••• TEXAS BREVITIES El Paso, Texas.—Asserting that there Is no warrant of international Jaw or treaty under which the 5,000 'Mexicans who fled to the United States after the battle of Ojinaga and who are Interned at Port Bliss can ho held, representatives of the Huerta government here are preparing to in- stitute habeas corpus proceedings to obtain their liberation. Harris Wal- thai and 11. R. Gamble are acting for the Huerta government under the immediate direction of Miguel E. Diebold, Mexican cc>nsul general at large. ''I assume the clause on which these Mexicans are hielrw ■leaf ,u- .he one Jn rrua **« •«•- "HfV which-states mat if a group of belligerents from one country warring with...

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

? • %; ■ wmmr i ' J- • • THE CASS COUNTY SON ^C'Wf^ I"hh 1 '"\ ' :'^Vi wm '• ■•> Li SHIfl •;r; ••/. ' ' "'V J*" ' e \ "■A. ,s , LOCK Author of "The SW&r Blade?. "The Taternotfler Ruby" Etc- Cfyarletf Edmondd Wal& <SV~>7 «e*Tz/x_* v.x/.«s jqf. O'.W ~ C X. txrOvj-ca: <- C-c 8YN0P8I8. Kudolph Van Vechten. a young map of I'-iauro, |H astonished to see a man enter Km MfWriatAn club, loner unoccupied and •pokcn of um the Hunan of Mystery. Sev- •ral persons at regular Intervals enter No. 1313. Van Vechten expresses concorn to lus frlond. Tom Fhlnney, regarding the whereabouts of his cousin and fiancee, I alge Carew. A man Is forcibly ejected from the house. Van Vechten and Tom follow the man and find him dead In the street. Van Vechten Is attracted by the face of a girl In the crowd of onlookers surrounding the body. l>atcr ho discov- ers the girl gnalng at him with a look of scorn from the windows of the mysteri- ous house. Iietectlve Flint calls on Van > echten ...

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