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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 31 March 1914

fyHi ##! ? S _j PI 1 I fr' ' * ■' ' / S ' ' &sml V'i- f ■ . :■ -■ f Jv / •.. n«:/j«u'j gj: I 1 OASS COUNTY STJN J. It. A. BANGER W. L, EEWXN BANGER & ER\.^ EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. THECASS COUNTY RUM pnWi*h«||fevpTy Tuomlsy, lb eutorod ut the Uucl*n po«oltl<ie Ku Secotni;ClunH mnttur. KATBS OF SUBSCRIPT!' Single *opy per year " six months No papers sent out with tfn advancb; paper stopped "">ut, or we lose it. $1.00 i0 cents je cash time is Obituary notices and cardS df* thanks will be inserted at two-and cents pet line NOTICE DEMOCRATS. To all the Democratic voters of Cass county who oppose the ■candidacy of Tom Ball far Gov- ernor. yV||r You are requested to Kneet in mass meeting at the various vot- ing precincts of the county Sat- urday April 4th and etect dele- gates to the county contention which meets at Linden •|j|prMou- day 6th. This convention is called for the purpose of ascertaining the choice of the democrats naming a candidate t o oppose? the Candi- dacy o...

Publication Title: Cass County Sun, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 31 March 1914

s. 3 fi- lm. |uu- py f I) in- riok- Cn, 11001, pas. |Shop |nd a class hteed rop. ears* inge lARX" 3Na |lTS &.C. Ml m |h v iiQ** r.< M. Ifti'pf.flt r\f n. 1 \!j: ■ff. m ' v ? •', cs l, ''V-t- * • W Mif?'A. '&« 4 JYA O UN CEMENTS RATES: Dittriet Offices, - - - $10.00 County Offices, - - - 6.00 Precinct Offices, - - - 2.50 CASH IN ADVANCE. We are authorized to announce (he following candidates, subject'to the ac- I ion of the Democratic primary. For Congress— EUGENE BLACK HORACE W. VAUGHAN For Senator, 1st District— R. P. DOROUGH For District Attorney— HUGH CARNEY. For County Judge— A. T. BAKER J. P. FANT S. M. GRIFFIN J. D. CARWILB HENRY U. NELSON For Sheriff— J. F. MITCHELL For Couniy Clerk— EMMETT FLORENCE BOB MOORE J. D. BOONE For Couniy Treasurer— T. L. NIPPER For Couniy Attorney— ELMER' L. LINCOLN of Linden. MARTIN ALLDAY For Tax Collector— R. H. GRIFFIN T. J HOPKINS, of Bloombuig E. L. WILLIAMS For Tax Assessor— W. C. WILLIAMS For District Clerk— C. H. HEFNER For Coun...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 31 March 1914

r—— REPORTS FAVOR VILLA AT TORREON fOO HUERTA MEN DECLARED TO k HAVE BEEN KILLED IN ONE OF SUBURBS OF CITY. FEDERALS SAID TO GIVE DP Brief Advices Indicate That Insur. gent* Continue to Advance, but Meet With Much Remittance. Chihuahua.—An official dispatch re- ceived Tuesday says fighting con- tlnues fiercely at Gomez Palaclo. The Insurgents are said to have captured the stone railroad roundhouse and to fee fighting from it. The Carranclstaa claim that the federal dead number 700. No report as to their own losses has been made public. It is learned that they have at least 80 wounded. Juarez, Mex.—Reseat rumore and "official" reports of the onward sweep of Gen. Francisco Villa and his vie. torious army kept this city in a state ©f great excitement Tuesday, but the opttmism was dashed somewhat by the receipt of an Associated Press dispatch from Chihuahua quoting an official dispatch saying that fighting continues at Gomez Palacio. It was announced officially In the course of the morn...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 31 March 1914

I*; THE CASS COUNTY SUN H i LOCK -ffl/lfefefe Tho Paternoster Ruby" £tc. • - (SOpyje/owT rs>rz XCJicfZUBCTtk CQ SVCr— OharleS -Edmondh • Walk, SYNOPSIS. Ttudolph Van Vechten, a youncr m«n of JeiMur<', iw aHtoniahod to u^e a inan enter No. 1313. a house across the street from thn Powhatan club, long* unoccupied ami •pokcn of aa the House of Mystery. Sev- eral persons at P'Kular Intervals enter No. 1313. Van Vechten expresses conocrn to his friend. Tom Phlnney, regardlnK the whereabouts of his cousin and fiancee. Paige Oorevv. A man Is forcibly ejected from tho house. Van Vechten and Tom follow tlie man and find him dead in the •truet. Van V chten 1h attracted by the face of a >?irl In the crowd of onlookers (•urroundin* the bod v. I^ater he discov- er* the #irl gassing ut him with a look of ■corn from the windows of the mysteri- ous house. Detective Flint calls on Van Vechten to K 't his version of the traK- *dy. Tom Phlnney ^oes alone on a yacht- ing trip. He recognizes amo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 31 March 1914

mzmamWmm, I ;=i si ■ * m !\ w : RH '"vf/! '§ ' ■>* o- HseBeH-aa-B- D1REOTOR' V'-l'i I V; , f; mmm r —I " «'** 1 I I " ' ! • '«•♦ 1 'r,i.y Lot , s V'• ifffifrr Fertilisers j 1 i •^1 tt ft ft « In Lots from One Sack to a Car Load OUR BRANDS ARE "Jefferson Cotton Fertilizer" "Marlon and Cass Special Jefferson Corn Booster Jefferson Truck Booster Acid Pliosphiite, German Kauifc, Nitrate of Soda, ) Cotton Seed Meal. A . ' All of highest quality with analysis aj^roved by State Chemist. Prices and Terms Right. We also handle prime meal and hulls. > Linden Transfer Co., Linden, Texas ACVF.NT FOR JEFFERSON COTTON OIL & FERTILIZER GO. JEFFERSON, TEXAS. Churches BAPTIST W. W. MORRIS, Pastor ' Sunday School at 10 o'clock a. m. each Suuday, S. H. Vance, Superintendent. Preaching every Sunday by the Pastor at 11 a. m. and at night Prayer meeting every Friday night. Ladies Aid Society meets every Satur- day evening M. E. CHURCH SOUTH J. T. HOOKS, Pastor Sunday School at 10 a. m. each Sun...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 7 April 1914

% ' m ■■miH mm H ; " I'x'T! 'W ffl SHB IHXJ1R a. RSRWIIV, Publishers. } A 3?aper Oevorod to ttife be3u Interests of the People. {SubscrliiHon, fl OO Per A* VOL. 39. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, APRIL 7, 1914. NO. 14. ifzzifesti HON. B.R0LST0N ANNOUNCES Bines Pru^ Co. | The home YOURDOCTOR.B PRESCRIPTION Everything[ i j of pure is a written order for medicine,with sold in a drugs. instructions to the druggist as to drug store. Vi'7 it's preparation, etc. : : : SjThis prescription is your property, you pay for? jj | the medicine it calls for, and can do as youff please veith it. If you bring it to us, you may , i j' rest assured that it will be filled exactly asp ■ ordered, by an experienced pharmacist, with|| jjpure drugs, and, WE SELL IT FOR LESS TELL VOU11 DOCTOR TO HAVE A trial is^ ^Phone or Ml write us. IT PREPARED HERE. all we ask. lHines Ilreig* Co. WEST SIDE SQUARE. The Most Satisfactory Method Xi OF paying out money ie by check. You can al ways make the correct change withrut any ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 7 April 1914

irv ■ • , v!>: ■f'v. ■■ ■■. ; ""5:,'t n *A'- l.h ___ :d C0NTE8T NOW GOES TO 8ENAtb WHERE SITUATION 18 CON- 8IDERED MORE SlIMPUS. CLARK IS GIVEN AN . Speaker Shown That in Voting Him Down There Was No Animoaity Pelt by Colleague*. Washington. — Disregarding the leadership of Speaker Champ Clark, Floor Leader Underwood,/Republican Leadei Mann and Prbgreefcive Lead- er Murdock, the house oi represen- tatives Tuesday afternoon ijppheld the hands of President Wilson in the Panama canal toll controversy by adopting the Sims bill to repeal the exemption on coastwise shipping by a vote of 247 to 161, a majority ol 86. iSy In this filial struggle '221 out of 289 Democrats, 22 out of 1^2 Republicans and four out of 21 Progressives and independents voted for the repeal notwithstanding that Speaker Clark made a long and fiery appeal in clos- ing the debate for those opposed to the Sims bill. Speaker Ctajfik declared that he harbored no 111 : feeling to- ward Presddent Wilson and then at- tac...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 7 April 1914

;m(fW wr JUr w. fci j IM rnvm THE CASS COUNTY S rm Time. J? w Charles ■m Edmondd i1u , lock walk, Author of "The Sitter BJacfe:'. "The JbtemoglerRuby" Etc. GOpy&fGXT j<?/2 3L.c7.?!tcCZURG'ac Co SYNOPSIS. Rudolph van Vechten, a yoims man of leisure, is astonished to seo a man filter No. 13I3, a Iioumo across the street from the Powhatan club, long unoccupied and apoken of as the House of Mystery. Sev- eral persons at regular intervals enter No. 1313. Van Vechten expresses concern to his friend, Tom Phinney. regarding the whereabouts of his cousin and fiancee, 3'aifre Carew. A man is forcibly ejected from the house. Van Vechten and Tom follow the man and And him dead in the etreet. Van Vechten is attracted by the Jaee of a girl in the crowd of onlookers surrounding the body. Later he discov- ers the girl gazing at him with a look of ecorn from the windows of the mysteri- ous house. Detective Flint calls on Van Vechten to g^t his version of the trag- edy. Tom Phinney goes alone ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 7 April 1914

W;S ■ PIP v m'{ m' w Hi i m wM ifeii Vliv 'I I if f , / r J. K. A. BANOER W. L. BANGER & EBWIN; EDITORS ANO PROPRIETORS. 1UBCA88 COUNTY SUN publtthed ttrtrj Tuesday, is entered at the Linden postofflee u 8econd;Clw matter. ' ratks of subscription: Single copy,per year / ' $1.00 " six months ' 50 cents Nopaperssent out without the cash lir advancB; paper stopped when time is out, or we lose it. Obituary notices and cards of thanks vwill be inserted at two-and-a-half cents line gj__ , . - I- pcr FOR REPRESENTATIVE. In the proper column will be found the announcement of Mr. J. M. Rickeraon for re-election to the office of Representative of Cass County, subject to the July primary. Mr. Rickerson is now serving his first term and has no oppon- ent. He will appreciate your vote. • The Value of Temptation. No man knows how good or how bad he is un^ii he is sorely tried. It is the fire that develops the beauty. The gun,the bridge, the ship—these are all put to the test. Not otherwise is...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 7 April 1914

w *> HP I r rfir ''•7? ■■■' F f ^ !#1$® IP" mini I TN'CEMENTS RATES: ■MMMtfiMMiteiii|girifi:ii[rtf \mtMmmiiMm-r\i nr • ; mm. ■! ■1 r'-■ Coraly IB, Offices, CASH IN ADVANCE. $10.00 6.00 2.60 fe are authoriied to announce (he ving candidates, subject to the ac- of the Democratic primary. Tor Congress— EUGENE BLACK HORACE W. VAUGHAN ' tor Senator, 1st District— R. P. DOROjUGli For District Attorney— HUGH CARNIvY. B. ROLSTON For County Judge— A. T. BAKER J. P. FANT S. M. GRIFFIN J. D. CARWILE HENRY D. NELSON For Sheriff— J. F. MITCHELL For County Clerk— EMMETT FLORENCE BOB MOORE J. D. BOONE For County Treasurer— T. L. NIPPER For County Attorney— ELMER L. LINCOLN of Linden. MARTIN AI.LDAY For Tax. Collector— R. H. GRIFFIN T. ]. HOPKINS, of Blooml)ui j R. L. WILLIAMS For Tax Assessor— VV. C. WILLIAMS For District Clerk— C. H. HEFNE'i For County Superintendent— DREW PORTER For County Representative— J. M. RICKERSON For Commissioner, Precincts 1 and — JAS. E. HARRIS T. C. GLOVER J. T. LA...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 7 April 1914

WWII ;,. wit? Hwfra i I Klin 1 1^1$ 5#' i.; V",' •' " ■ V. V « HKwDHHFSSffsMI V.'K1": J:, ..HV'"'- — THE CASS COUNTY SUN Spa?1''- •I \ \ ( A \ V < - I J / DRINK LOTS OF WATER TO FLUSH THE KIDNEYS Cat Less Meat and Take Salta for Backache or Bladder Trouble— Neutralize Aclda. TJrlc acid in meat excites the kid- neys, they became overworked; get sluggish, ache, and feel like lumps oi lead. The urine becomes cloudy; the bladder Is Irritated, and you may bo obliged to seek relief two or three times during the night. When the kid> neys clog you must help them flush off the body's urinous waBte or you'll be a real sick person shortly. At Urst you feel a dull misery In the kidney region, you suffer from backache, sick headache, dizziness, stomach gets sour, tongue coated and you feel rheumatic twinges when the weather Is bad. Eat less meat, drink lots of water; also get from any pharmacist four ounces of Jad Salts; take a table- spoonful in a glass of water before breakfast for a few...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 7 April 1914

9Wm?. Pi 'Mr ■M jtapfil THE CASS COUNTY SUN PLAIN PLUM PUDDING f*awite Dessert That la Not Too Rich for the Stomaeha of Young Children. Have eoine water In a kettle or dUh already boiling and make a stiff paste •with the following Ingredients: One- quarter pound each of flno chopped auet, dried currants and raisins, one pint wheat flour, one-half teacup bread crumbs, one well-beaten egg, one-half teaspoon cinnamon, one-quarter tear spoon table salt and a little cold water. It Is well to mix suet, salt and flour together before adding other Ingredi- ents. Spread a piece of clean, white cotton cloth about 12 Inches square on a bread or kneading board and flour It and dredg® cloth quite plentifully with flour and tie with a strong, white cot- ton string. This prepared, lower It carefully Into the boiling water and keep it boiling steadily for fully 2% hours. Serve with hard or liquid sauce whichever is liked best. There should be a rest of some sort at bottom of kettle or dish bo that ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 7 April 1914

■MR |P0 HI pj'-jj.-"-- }xmi¥a* wmmmw. www- R9r ' IBWR-iBn \ msm : ',1M 4'. — |^«r -a- LL^jJJiraii I m ■pw ' s ft: 1\ ■:*■ I r i '"%s • L * ; r''' A BK?s ? igh Class Fertilizers FOR SALE I • In Lots from One Sack to a Car Load OUR BRANDS ARE " Jefferson Cotton Fertilizer" "Marion and Cass Sptcial" Jefferson Com Booster" Jefferson Truck Booster" Acid Phosphate, iiurtuan Kanifc, Nitrate of Soda, Cotton Scod Meal. All of highest quality with analysis approved by State Chemist. Prices aud Terms Right. We also handle prime meal aud hulls. Linden Transfer Co., Linden, Texas AGENT FOR JEFFERSON COTTON OIL & FERTILIZER GO. JEFFERSON, TEXAS. 11 LINDEN TRANSFER CO. IilVE^Y HJ4D FEED STfiBliE. WE HANDLE BRICK, LIME AND SHINGLES. ■B8BBMB—'IIHIIIIHHWggMBBHM—— Allen Urquhart, DRUGGIST. THE BEST OF EVERYTHING IN THE DRUG LINE. Mail Orders Filled Promptly. Moseley Bldg. Jefferson, Texas. PETALUMA BUY BUY A PETALUMA CHICKENS THE PETALUMA WAY Are Raised Profitably SEND FOR CATALOGS NOW Get An Earl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 28 April 1914

%. ISHn '■ . •• ■■■ wmmmm K.r '•;■ . ■"■■(" ;•■'"* 6, \2,s . $^ • f «;•. *> .' J i-4 "fw- "■ -#1 PW&V'rW' . , '■ j A m A Biil'OER Jt GRWIIV, Publisher*. > A. Paper Devbted to the best Interests of the People. i Sub«crlii<'<i«, §'l.6<k Per Annum vol. 30. Linden, texab, Tuesday, april 28. 1914. no. 17. 'district court attendants And all others coming to Linden. 1 " ' / -- • s We invite you to make our store your head- [^quarters. We have od hand, not to sett but| j\ ,for pour entertainment, a full line of the lately ^Journals, Magazinds and Perionicals. Theres'l iare plenty of comfortable seats and we wantt BIG FUTURE PRE- OICTED FOR TEX- AS JRE FIELD A. C. Pessano of Detroit Says Quality is of High Order. ?|jyou to use them. A S ■. ■ — 11 ,The best line of Oigare and most) ;up-to-date Soda Fountain in the! city. £ «?, i Drilg Co. WEST SIDE SQUARE. There's No Time Like The Present t Don't wait until you have a large deposit . We want your business whether large or s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 28 April 1914

rT a Weak, fous Woman? m MEltl mmm Does your strength give out quickly when you work I Do you have dark circles undei your eyes ? Do you have dull aches and bear- ing down pains across your back «nd hips? Are you troubled with constipa- tion, indigestion, irregular periods, painful monthly periods ? STELLA-VITAE has benefited thousands of women who were suf- fering as you suiler. 6TELLA-VITAE has brought them back to joyous health and abundant strength. MR& WILLIE MOORK, of Center, Okla, pays: "I Buffered with women's ills for 11 roars. When I decided to try STELLA- VITAE I had littla. faith in it, as 1 had been humbugged for 10 years, but I can truth tally «ay that I have found more relief In STELLA-V IT A E than in all the othei remedies I have ever taken, and can highly ■•commend it." We are ao confident that STELLA-VITAE will do as much for YOU as it did for Mrs. Moore, that we authorize YOUR dealer to sell you under this positive guar- antee—YOUR MONEY BACK for the first bo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 28 April 1914

■■■■_ '• ' *•'''" 4 T1 =r ■' — FOR THE AFTERNOON LUNCH * JL t ■ « I 7 i Iff r 1 fu Co (II oni t }.U ho clot tt- uprt i will 1 L.t n1 M is ^ Cocij r last VV. o ul"j r -y vH,t Cljjhter Refreshments More In Order Than the 8weet« That Have Hitherto Been Popular. A cupful of tea and a dellcloua •andwich or two constitutes quite enough of "a bite" to tide one over until dinner time, when the bridge game UreakB up, and less and less do bridge hostesses feel compelled to offer elaborate lunches In the way of salads. Ices and sweet cakeu so late In the afternoon. Some women are afraid of spoiling the dinner, occur- ring aoon thereafter, and other women are In mortal terror of growing fat, so the elaborate lunch Is little appreciat- ed and though everybody nibbles po- litely, most of the dainties are left on the plates. Tea and buttered muffins, always of- fered by u certain hostess after the bridge meeting at her home, make her afternoons especially popular. Cof- fee and sandwiches are also ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 28 April 1914

•#; h:>; .'v-. ^'^S!fvSkm'■?* "K . SMS MJ | .: V : <WHM'l|i4i'WlS '.. . .. ' ,... ■■ .' ■'■ "■' ' " luMTJ f we have it w- Day Phone 40 # ALL COMPETITION MET Night Phone 35 58 OOUNTY SUN 1 To The Ladies of Cass County. Closing Exercises at Red Hill J. JS. A. BANUEK Wm W. t,. KKWIN BANGER & ERWIN, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. TlfKCASS COUNTY SUN published evt>ry Tuouday, U Mutered ut tbe JUlMeii poBtoffl-jo h'i 8 cond;oitt«e matter." KATES OF SUBSCRIPTION-. Single copy per year ' $1.00 " six months ' 50cents No papers sent out without the cash In advamcu; paper stopped when time is or we jpse it. .jigj , .'ui- 'in. — Obituary notices and curds of thanks j will be Insertedat two-and-a-half cents J net line We will run a 10c counter during tho month of May be- ginning Monday the 4th. You can buy more for 10c than at any store iu the county. A look will convince. Liuden Hardware & Furniture Co. i ■■■ ■ <m,mmu ■ '^"esteemed friend and Lin- da popular hardware and fur- .ere...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 28 April 1914

' Mfi ' n ij advance. uo iilW lo announce (he i subject to the ac |tk" primary, NK BLACK ACE W. VAUOHAN Por Senator, 1st District- R. P. DOROUGH For District Attorney— MUCH CARNEY. B. ROLSTON For Flotorial Representative ,3rd Dist. - r. D. ROW ELL, of Jefferson FV>r County Judge— A. T. BAKER j. P. fIvnt S. Mi GRIFFIN J. D, CAR WILE HENRY D. NELSON For Slit-riff— J. F. MIT. HEI.L For County Clerk—■ EMMETT FLORENCE BOB MOORE J. D. BOONE For County Treasurer— T. I.. NIPPER For County Attornoy- ELMER L. LINCOLN of Limit 11. MARTIN ALLDAY For Tax Collector— R. H. GRIFFIN T. J. HOPKINS, of Bioomburg ii. L. WILLIAMS Fur Tax Assessor— W. C. WILLIAMS fep Distrjel tlerl:— C. H. HEFNER ft F' r County .Superintendent — DI'. E W PORTED l'WCounty Repp senlative— j. M RICKERSON Fur Cluimissioner, Precinrts 1 and 8— JAS.fi. HARRIS T. C. GLOVER 1 T. LATHAM MORKlS'j AYXiiS Vol Justice of i!i ■ Po.u", Preciuef i — W. W. MARTIN C. S. MYRIiS- J.N. SIMMONS >?tir Cotton Wei?' .«•— 1 * HMflfMm ™.E.L....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 28 April 1914

r a JtefT,: i>; {aSS ■gli " IERICANS TAKE VERA CRUZ BY FORQE FOUR KILLED, 20 WOUNDED *S RESULT OF FIGHTING IN 8TREETS. , MEXICANS RESIST STUBBORN Their Lots-it Not Known, But i« Reported at 200 Killed—Re- treating Westward DANIEL F. MOON Vera Cruz. April 22.—Vera Cruz Is In the hands of forces from the United States warships, but the occii- *> of thr " • waa not acc'oin- ican ma- the fell not oeen cus- iers, ninal rail- oc- the pa- it her Gen. )born ance, iglit- htfall body i re- land- pre- •t by con- ^ rerid- y decli*.<>d to .id and shortly boats were sent of the transport .11 marines. ,.ese b effected a landing in the neigh .rliood of the customs house before noon, aijd a few minutes later Capt. William R. Rush of the batttlesliip Florida, who was in com- mand of the schore opeijatlons, brought his flag in. Forces Engaged. Capt. Rush's men already had tak- en up their positions. They number- ed 150 bluejackets from the IJorida, 390 marines from the Prairie ind 65 marin...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 28 April 1914

•mm '"S iv= .. I PI& lb ~8K; Chsrle$ 53. Edmonds 'WA,n ~y Walk> "Me M%°hhW&r^~ The sbternotfler Rubgl^-^L Ltc. -*-; i ocm/sw /jm <2FJ C.7ic(XUMee CQ~^r\ SYNOPSIS. h Rudolph van Veeliten, a young man of fplBure, 1h HHtoni«he<l to nee a man enter No. 1313, a huuso across t he street from the Powhatun flub, long unoccupied and •poken of as the lious* of Mystery. Si*v- t-ral porsofis at Vegular Intervals enter No. 1313. Van Vechten expresses concern to his friend, Tom Phlnney, reKardln« the ■whereabouts of his cousin ami fiancee, l'altfe Cttrew. A man is forcibly ejected from the house. Van Vechten and Tom follow the man and And him dead In the •treet. Van Vechten la attracted by the face of a girl in the crowd of onlookers aurroundlntt the body. Later he discov- ers the girl ffKXlnjf at him with a look of ecorn frtom the window* of the mysteri- ous house. lJetectlve Flint calls on Van Vechten to Ket his version of the traK- edy. Tom Phlnney goes alone on a yacht- ing t...

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