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

g^PjfMr - 8j| Mm *«*•.•••' MM Hi ■ :.l .:... .^f-v •v:r~ ' rg PR? ^ LiiL-yj-i^-'i: 'ft' V- -) j llll Ill— \""V - X3B ■ .. .1 ■*■ ■• C Si 0 M twn v,,'; r'MiYr* Class Fertilizers 'OR SALE In Lots from One Sack to a Car Load OUR BRANDS ARE "Jefferson Cotton Fertilizer1 "Marion and Cass Special1' Jefferson Corn Booster" Jefferson Truck Booster" Aci<|l Phosphate, German Kanit, Nitrate of Soda, Cotton Seed Meat of highest quality with analysis approved by State Chemist. Prices and T^rtns Right. VV^ *>.'. !'■* b°nrf.te prime meal and hulls. Linden Tra -i DIRE C 'I' O K Y ClitircluN All , ^o.,Linden,Tex as JLG. aT FOR JEFFERSON G3TT0N OIL & FERTILIZER GO, JEFFERSON, TEXAS. v ..ran-Mittta* mm LINDEN TRANSFER CO. LilVERV n^D FEED STABLE. WE HANDLE BRICK, LIMB AND SHINGLES. BAPTIST W. W. MORRIS, Pastor Sunday School at 10 o'clock a.m. cacb Sunday, S. H. Vance, Superintendent. Preaching every Sunday by the Pastor at 11 a. M. and at night Prayer meeting every Friday flight. Ladies Aid ...

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

MiJ I , u wi:v , #>' -v , i V "fe ■< fctt-v,- f* 1BI?: ii f i B %.!%<; ER & EffWliJIL Publisher*. )■ I?aper Devoted to the best Interests of the l^ople, {suitm'rijmiiBj Fff <*i* mmwm* VOL. 30. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, MARCH 17, 1914. NO 11. KJJM;. 'toLig i ■pwwuliww jK ^jj Store! New Goods! §j j: On tho plan of high quality, couteous treat- . ] menfc, and fair dealing, vva hops to merit your; • t vt drug business. : : : : : : : \ From tho soda fountain to the prescription' fj I t room our stock is complete, and we a^e in a <;g '/j:'Position to give the best of service in every J' ^thing pertaining to the drug business.^. <jf |We Specialize on Physician's Pre- ;i scriptions and Family Reoipts. v|' Prompt Attention Given to Phone and Mail Orcters. I t; ;!• tmmmmt -imsmmmBMVT •o-manrnoTiiaw* west side square. .0 V ■P&TZ*- | The Most Saiisfaciory Method / m - Ol paying: out inonev is l v check. Vou can /il- ways make tho correct olinnge wilhrut any trou- ble, tt...

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

1131 ; •'Mfcv CLUBS SUGGESTIONS FOR •:^V Hog Raised by a Pig Club Boy In Alabama. T ® QiieS^'j o sol^™ for all by Calumet. JFor daily use In millions of kitchens has proved that Calumet is highest not only in vitality but in leaumingpoivtraa well—un- failing In r< suits—pure to the extreme—and wonderfully economical in use. Ask youi (rocer. And try Calumet next bake day, ' Received Highest Awards w *w. r~itu_ Cynm.HL hriTtwMi. , _ fet~* faSLrr UU /# J *j4D?c (I'reparcd by the United States Depart- ment of Agriculture.) Farmers' bulletin of the depart- ment of agriculture has the following suggestion to members of the boys' pig clubs, and others interested in hog production: The feeding and care are as import- ant as the breeding in producing a good hog. Plenty of feed and good care may make a good hog out of a runt, but lack of it will always make a runt out of a good pig. To make pork cheaply a permanent j pasture and forage crops must be used. Young pigs must have a dry bed and...

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

,v r .i ■ •'' '' IS ■ is 1"' Jih* —-— ™ ™F u>' . . (&sfi ,,'.* .. ;'■ /. , JimM I :(■ V ■ '. ; •*• v .<?%■■ 0fSM , ,.:' :$%?*£& vkt. '-'k-■•;'#!^.i'";t!' fl? TEXAS BREVITIES PY SUN • •; 5f / The building permita for February In Waco amounted to fl&4,0Q0 and numbered 46. • * * The West Texa Telephone com- pany is rebuilding; Its system at' Bal. linger at a cost of 120,000. • • • The election at Elgin for the Tot- ing of road bonds In the sum of $30,000 carried by a good majority. * * Snyder will vote April 11 on a proposition to issue $50,000 In bonds lor iroad and bridge purposes. • •" • Slueveport, La., Issued 107 build, lng permits In February represent- ing buildings valued at $115,000. • • • A contract has been signed for the construction of a waterworks system for Canadian to cost $31,. 000. * • Ualllnger plans to install a new fiump for the city waterworks plant. The capacity will be 1,000 gallons per minuto. « • A Cleburne cattleman sold 1,200 head of fine m...

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

. \ '? wK • 1 house wf 'r I lamat : WEfm mmm ■# m '}' $1.00 50 cents m <Ai jis uv suB«c*ti«r e cdpy i*r year six months . ■'■ rs'sent out without the cash j; paper stopped when time is lose tj.'.' Obituary Wotices und cards of thanks ■pf i>' be inserted at iwo-aud a-half cents p'.'i line 'l'he Consolidated OilCo. is uow going ahead with its work on dims Bayou and the drillers in forms us they soon expect to Imve in a well. We are informed that in lOli'l oufc of the 40 wells drilled in the Monterey District, on the Bayou that there was only one dry hole, the remaining ces great gathering will bo long remembered as being one of the greatest days for Linden,und the educational progress in Cuss Count j. The following events were tested out with untiring in- terest and tenacious fidelity: The champion in each of the following events were awarded the stated prizes: Standing high jump, Maurice Powell, Queen City, 75c b.v I. N. Marett. Standing high jump, Wiley' Daniel, «Queen City, $...

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

- J«fea WBm • pi?*- ^.00 >.00 1.60 inounce fie }ect to the uc • primary. EUGENE BLACK HORACE W. VAUGHAN for District Attorney— IIUGHCARMEY. For County j'.i'lac— A. T. BAKH1* J. p. PANT S. M. ORIFIUM 'J. D. CARWILG MEN'RY T). NET/SON l'or Sheriff— J. V. MIT HEM, For County Clerk— KMMETT FI,ORENCE 1K)B MOORE 1.1). UOO.M'' For County Treasurer T. L. NIPPER For County Attorney- El.MER I.. I.INCQI.f of Linden. v MARTIN Al.UMY For 'Pas Collector— R. 11. GRIEF IN T J. HOPKINS, of Hloombtirg : / For Tax Assessor— ■\V. C. \V 11,1.1 AMii For District Clerk — C. H. HEFNER i'or County SUperint ndcnl- PiREW PORTE < F.ii Comuiissioner, Precincts 1 unci >S • 1 AS. E. HARRIS T. C. GLOVER J. T. LATHAM .MORRIS J AYNES For lost ice of the Peace, PrCcinct 1 — W. V. MARTIN - C. S.. M VRES I N. SIMMONS For Cotton Weigher at Linden- n'. F. STKIGKL AN t > Everybody get. yMi'r meals at Be'troett'a RcsluranU Mr. Will Proctor and Miss L. Wood, of Jefferson, caine to Lin- den and were married Sunda...

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

WMf dunce to cur* Y0U1 m k a WHAT ■TftUUUVITAB HAS DONB (or on* woman la wall told by Mr. S. J. iandrix, of Pom j,Ttui, who mlihllr WfiteeSW "lor Uatr-m (hn X M ftw mm to Utm tmtlii >r wll urtmuH Imtlw, aad trM titIbv paMst ntl- dw aa4 tkt aalr rtcilrrt Uopwwy nlUf. Wl UM imu-ntAi u< u _ ranrtw It noton* M" „ hOttOuittmrM. Ml work la h«r MM." BTELLA-VITAK acta directly upon the female orgarMLand functions. It tones and strenghtene the muscles and tissues, bcilds up and restores the whole system when run down and wasted by disease, soothes and adjusts the delicate nervous organ- ization to that harmonious balancs so necessary to perfect womanly health. 8TELL A-VIT AE regulates the func- tions peculiar to women, atops wast- ing and relievea dangerous suppres- sion, banishes the terrors of those periods so dreaded by weak, nerv- ous, run-down women. STELLA-VJTAE doel not forct nature, and la of remarkable benefit at all timaa and under all condition* Ita uaa during pregnancy bene...

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

m ( mmm rmjsp if*"' H$r?. h ww$ 'Ww ■., ■: 'Wi-■ft!«(rfe3R ' V*f I'.■ '•■•■'/';;• ■ • • ' ' • Rfgpv | ?| f n v,' Warn' m Mi MP mmmmmm rjww'^^m Ri THE CASS •-v. ■ I LOCK Bx=— Charles Edmonds 1 Wte/yt or of -_==—-a-tr _ Jer Ehde>l*f - T/fernoSler eevm&cw .ww -t ,M C.Jic(XUM<ytk CQ 8YN0PSIS. Rudolph Vnn Vechten, n younij man of leisure, Is uatonlshed to soe a man enter No. 1313. a house across the street from trie Powhatan elub, long unoccupied and •poken of as the House of Mystery. Sev- eral Demons at regular Intervals enter No. 1313. Van Vechten expresses concern to his friend, Totn Phlnney, regarding the whereabouts of his cousin and llancee, Paige Cnrow. A man Is forcibly ejected from the house. Van Vechten and Tom follow the man and tind him deail In the •treet. Van Vechten Is attractod by the fa en of n girl In the crowd of onlookers surrounding the body. Toiler he discov- ers the girl gazing at him with a look of ••corn from the windows of the mysteri- ous house. Detec...

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

SJfflK u .1 A.. jjuiiMi' J . P'" f'.'Pi: if.:'' . / 7 rT\' /> gSa \ ■ i l'% ®]SJ , ®ps? ''Pp1-" £j& f m i 1 iss fertilizers FOR SALE In Lots from One Sack to a Car Load OOR BRANDS ARE " Jefferson Cotton Fertilizer'' "Marion and Cass Special" Jefferson Corn Booster" T cc m .1 n I if ;eaerson i ruc£ oooster Acid Phosphate, German Kan it. Nitrate of Soda, Cotton Seed Meal. All of highest quality with analysis approved by State Chemist. Prices and Terms Right. We also handle prime meal and hulls. Linden Transfer Co.,Linden, Texas AGENT FOR JEFFERSON COTTON OIL & FERTILIZER CO, JEFFERSON, TEXAS. DIRECTORY ■r_ >1 I'-':-.:--"'; '% If ■' '^1 -ffir r Clmrc «• THE RURALTEAI Bears Heavy Burden of Civili- zation. i By Peter Radford. • *• ,' . With the now development Of BAPTIST W. VV. MORRIS, Pastor • Sunday School at 10 o'clock a.m. ench juuday, S. H. Vance, Superintendent. Preaching every Sunday by the Pastor I j liraj jjfg) there, coin oh the demand for increased educational fa...

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

Jff5 :7ifP / / 1 v ' 5i fo JSpS ■ .VfW ' BtWiX A F.RWIV Publisher*.} A Paper Devoted to the best Interests of the People. {s<ib crl |i VOL. 39. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, MARCH 24. 1914. NO. 12. P u p 1J ■&S4 Report th0 Condition of the In Memory of Roy A. Lockett. !„. _ ^ FIRST NATIONAL BANK Royal Augustus Lockett, son ^ HlllPtt ■■*'•110* fl Men. in the State of Tews, at the of William and Mary Lockett,was MlWM i$) close of business, March 4,1914. born Jan 23rrJ 1879, and depart- vjj'J i/ Sf | rhroitrc.rs- ied this life March 1st 1914. He — PfeOI 5SIONAL CARDS, DAVIS & HMfflJL ig A if Is I ".r. 1 nr JM U, leu- IM. fcoiv<- . tJ Briar*. 8* I Co Fued The home YOUR DOCTOR,S PRESCRIPTION Every i hing jof pure is a written order for medicine,with sold i ■drugs. instructions to the druggist a-f to drug store, it's preparation, etc. : : : \ ^This prescription is your property, you pay for'$ J 5the medicine it calls for, and can do as you; 'please tfith it. If you bring it to us,...

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

p&fnflHHii ■ -'X. ' a : Sfc THE P®S^®jrarapS PY SUN ~| , .. Ytt > Lameness Sloan's Liniment U a ipsedy, reliable remedy for lameness'/. In horses ana farm stock. Here'i proof. LameaeeaGoa* "I had a bone sprain hi« •honlder 1 polling, ana be win to lame be coil , not carry foot at all. I got • bottle ol I your Liniment and put it on four timet, and in three days he showed no lame- ness at ail, and mnde a thirty mile trip hpAidea."—Walter B. Alarijtrd, la f " For Splint and Thrash "I have used Sloan's Liniment en • fine mare for splint and cured her. This makes the third horse I've cured. Have Judges' Alt-NlflW! fittings. English judges In former times not ily sat after dinner, but continued itlng until very nearly breakfast Me. For it was long held that crlral- ttl cases must be tried in one day. .0 matter how long the day might irove. Thus Lord Mansfield, in try- ing Lord George Gordon for the Gor- don riotB, sat from eight one morning until five the next, and it was until it...

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

Mffii :.;nsM "C* < THE CASS ( SUN 1 RELISHES MOST LIKED APPETIZING GARNISHES TO SERVE WITH CREAM CHEE8E. k *• Accompaniment for Cold Meat It l« Excellent Mixed With 8weet Green Pepper—Iced Cheeee Cream* Also Pleating. Hern are a few interesting and ap- petizing garnishes to make with creaui cheese: i Choose and Pepper Salad.—Remove the top from a sweet green pepper and wash out the Inside. taking out all seeds and drying \yith a clean cloth. Cream a cake of cream cheese with a little fresh cream and mix with , It some chopped walnut meats and a very little finely minced red pepper. Season with salt and pepper. Stuff the pepper with this and put on the Jce until it becomes firm and cold I Then slice In thin slices with a very | eharp steel knife and serve as a gar- J nish for cold meat or clue i n lettuce leaves for a salad. Cheese Halls.—Cheese balls are an appetizing accompaniment to any green salad. They can be put on the «er"fate portions c.' salad or else [passed in a little ...

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

gpfc . m wp m 11$ RRh* ■ w 9H 9 I i ■m I /- yfefMa 111 |UI jT VP'.'/,^V'-. .>t, :<'£P L 4 PH ■ ^.;d no 'JJ!S OASS OOUNTY S J. K, A. BANG Kit W. L. BANGER & BR EDITORS AND PROPRIETi TH15CAS8 COUNTYSl'N puWL Tuesday, is nntereit ft - the Liudtm ab Si«cou(l.ClH 3 matter. MATUS 01' SUBSCRIPT* Kindle copy per year " six months ' i No papeisu-nt out without In advance; paper stopped whe#Ttinie is out, or we lose it. Obituary notices and cards of will be inserted at rwo-and-a-hi jhji line cents TO THE CITIZENS OF PRUITT, TEXAS. In the issue of The Cuss Cbunty Sua of the 10th inst, I notice an article prepared by the citizens of Pruitt, suggesting to tbe vo- ters of this Flotorial District,my name ae a probable candidate for'the-position of Flotorial, Bep- resenative, and further giving an outline of my principles, that f would advocate should I become a candidate. Now dear people at Pruitt 1 am very grate- ful to you for showing me this courtesy, and 1 solemnly assure you that yo...

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

i. iCS-" |xpeit suit peat iany. liac of \vc mm any- I. We abso- e him tl that quality :xas. ass t • :V «;Wfs#K'wi Bkjpv ,j IB - . 'ml:*** ■ .1 .■■ ■. ANWO VWCEMENTS tvri;,s- District Ojiioi li, . . $10.00 C iunty Offici i, - « - 6.00 Precinct Ofikxs, - - - 2.60 CASH IN ADVANCE. We are authorized to announce the following candidates, subject to the ac- tion of the Democratic primary, For Congress— EUGENE BLACK HORACE W. VAUCHAN For Senator, 1st Districti— R. P. DOROUOH For District Attorney— HUGH CARNEY. For County Judge— A T. BAKER J. P. FANT S. M. GRIFFIN J. D. CAR WILE HENRY D. NELSON For Sheriff— J. V. MITCHELL For County Clerk— EMMKIT FLORENCE BOB MOORE J. D. BOONE For County Treasurer— T. L. NIPPER For County Attorney— ELMER L. LINCOLN of Linden. MARTIN ALLDAY For Tax Collector— R. H. GRIFFIN T. 1. HOPKINS, of Bloouiburg E. t. WILLIAMS For Tax Assessor— W. C. WILLIAMS For District Clerk— C. H. HEFNER For County Superintendent— DREW PORTE< For Commissioner, Precincts 1 and h ...

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

t- Jael 08# mSmtBUmmA t ■■ t. % H f' ■'' :-vPHPvr^ T Bet"-'V.•'?:y.: ■ 'ip' ■'■'•i"'r;"s": | ' " .i■> • S ■■'■■.' ■ -'•" •• i ■ ■■"-' "> i • ■% "• ..•>,•■ , , THE CASS COUNTY SUN y 'ym ■ ® ,.v;;v.;;. ■ r'ALLING HAIR MEANS DANDRUFF IS ACTIVE I %av« Yaur Hilrl G«t « 25 Cent Bottl* •f Danderlne Right Now—Aleo Stop* Itching Scalp. Thin, brittle, colorleaa and acra«T luir la mute evidence of a neglected acalp; of dandruff—that awful acurt Thar* la nothing so destructive to TEXAS BREVITIES Returna show that the $50,000 road bond election held in Post ity rece> - ly carried by a good majority. Bioda will be issued immediately. • • • The recent cold epella did not dam- ape the fruit crop very much around __ __ Mineola, according to reports. Many the hair aa dandruff. It roba the hair farmers used the smudge pot freely in their orchards during the cold eights. of Ita luater, lta strength and lta very life; eventually producing a feverlah- ness and itching of the acalp, which If n...

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

mi?-" , j c? THE CASS COUNTY SUN P^';:'v f' P®.' Ilwwl lock I l;tj "SB. 8SC: Charles Edmondi Walk. :mi'§Zr0shde::, The fbrernotil&r Aubyt Etc.. <8Gpyj2/GJfT 7#ta Z C2XcCZV£<7£k CO SYNOPSIS, Rudolph Van Vfclitcn, a young man of 5, u^5* ,fl astonished to ««'•> a man <*nter wo, 1413, ft house ucroHS the street from tne Powhatan c:lub, long unoccupied and i en UH ^)0 Wouse of Mystery. Sev- ®ral ppnion.s regular Intervals enter L.' ^an Vechten ex;«i sHes concern to his friend, Tom PhJnney, regarding the whereabouts of his cousin and fiancee, 1 aifiro Carew, A man Ih forcibly ejected rom the house. Van Vechten and Tom Jollow the man and find him dead In the street. Van Veehten is attracted by the fae* of a girl In the crowd of onlookers unrounding the body. Toiler he dincov- ■ers the glr' gazing at him with a look of •corn from the windows of the mysteri- ous house. Detective Flint calls on Van V rh!en to get his version of the trag- - cy. Tom Phlnney goes alone on a yacht...

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

v l$S U < la m* it' ilk #?«( ^ ; I V I ■ High :■ *. 4. J) j_ i3<J (j 'j v > ■■ f-j\ ' • ♦•• . ♦, ss Fertilize?: * «* •'' s \m , liliUtt I 'ril< It V In Lots fro* ^acV ♦* * /"'* OUR BRANDS ARE 1A "Jefferson Cotton ^er ilt^V ''Marion and Cass So ch!" Jefferson Corn 3oo:tern Jefferson Tr.tck Booster" Acid Phosphate, German Kanit, Nitrate of Soda, Cotton Seed Meal. All of highest quality with analysis m..( <>v by State Chemist. Prices and Terms Riirht. We also handle prime meal and !> 1 j 11 -= Linden Transfer Co., Lin Jan, Texas AGEX r FOR j:ffers3 G3TroN on & rm\u\ jj Ji^Fnri.S J >1, FdAA j. Mtarc.aAV'.r<aa i.. I'Xi-'. ' L 8 1 DEN TRANSFER CO. lilvery flno feed strblifc. WE HANDLE — £) b pv; tn j > si fl S. - v^l LIME AND SHINGLES. //J w 1 S.\ M ' wmj«rs:.?r^-??.c.r.r?r^^rjrr^77e?-^,'3r3ae*/ 'm Urquhari, D1UG j_ • BEST OF E VZB, 7THING I.of TS i '< U i LINE. ) d ):'• ill ^1 omptly. 31d*. Jefferson, Texas. -1 F..\ A i • |fevv;. iMgsps ifPii .-'v-' -...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 31 March 1914

v /mm if t#f UN . 1 , I ■ ■'<! '' riSUM I 1 ^^■enKfS^Biwwn1 Jf/^?t liiy '"^ 4 111 t*. v ' _ Blf^flll M^wKr.: i ksbk EaM' Mf? •? 'J ■ ' HI *& ;... W:W ■ >' •""- ' :i ' : ■' >; - 1 n .<-i( & f h' *#- ^ ^ 5- ,. - ^ ^^'-r ISiMi H?S iWl k :'5' ' i I ,v B\X.I K Sc UIKWIN, Publfolicrtt. > A. IPapor Devoted to the best Interests ot the People. { ^Hbwripfiou, ®l.«>o Per Aanwrn VOL. 39. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, MARCH 31, 1914. ym-nnm+a f*urnn vWj The home ||\ of pure Hfdl'UgH. A YOUKI)0lT0K,S PRESCRIPTION Everything)!^ is a written order for medicine,with sold in mHtructions to the druggist as !«.) drug Btore. ^1' \t; it's preparation, etc. : : : ® f\!This prescription is your property, you pay for > §> the medicine it calls for, and can do as you: ^ please \Arith it. If you bring it to us, you may t rest assured that it will be Med exactly as X 1 1 if ^ordered, by an experienced pharmacist, with J,' '/I'pure drugs, and, WE SELL IT FOR LESS, i) SK R Phone or TEL...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 31 March 1914

mm I 1 n v Ml' • Ml V f r i I 'w 1 ■■ •'71 ff: CASS COUNTY SUN (P PAST GOING FOBTWO YEARS And This Lady Think* She Would Have Become Helpless, but for Cardui, The Woman's Tonic. de Hons the toV ant td om an; ong them, e, hurting Waldroa, Ark.—Miss Qi ton. of thla place, author lowing for publication: tell all ladles who autre: kind of womanly trouble, weakness, headache, bac In sides, pains every mopfh, nervous- ness, etc., to try Cardul, tyie woman'i tonic. Get It at once, as it is whaI you need. After you ua«*ione bottle you will never regret youteiftart. I was just about past goimg for over two years, with the abo$® ailments, and had it not been for' Card a i, I would have been helpless, ,i^o doubt I took one bottle, and aiy health began to Improve, and before the hot- -tie was gone, I was almost Iftrell. Now, my health Is perfectly all tight. So, lady friehds, if you «fant a medi- cine that will do you real good, take Cardui, the woman's tonic." If you are weak and ailing, think...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 31 March 1914

\ f A v> _ 1 ft * I if *•' U iH-'ff*' ■ -~.-T ... ' '4?J\ ' v.,?. fyB'll THE CASS COUNTY SUN ' . — FOR PERFECT OMELET &ISH REQUIRES MUCH CARE IN ITS PREPARATION. "roper Amount of Yolk« and Whites I* Important, and Knife Should Never Be Ueed In Serving— Must Be Eaten at On<;e. The art of making an omelet 1b an aact and delicate one, requiring udgment and regard to several "prln- dplt'8" of egg cooking. The pan should be thin, an quick looking Is of prime Importance. To make a tender omelet, the nun- er of yolks should exceed the num- er of whites. Up to 1840 the number of yolks was twice that of the whites, but more vhitea now enter into French recipes. Bat If there la too much white left, io art can prevent an omelet from leing too hard. The egg omelet must not be liquid it all, but barely set In serving, a spoon or fork must bo Wed. A knife ruins its texture. For a French omelet break the eggs Bto a bowl, add as many teaspoon- Nils of water as there are eggs, count- ug tw...

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