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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 28 April 1914

ViSisP DIRE O T O Ti ISOLATI THE A Fertilisers Churches - In Lots from On? Sack to a Car Load our Brands are "Jefferson Cotton Fertilizer" "Marion and Cass Special" Jefferson Corn Booster" Jefferson Truck ooster" rr itif 4 ■ Phosphate, Can it, itrate of Soda, Cotton Seed Meal. ility with analysis approved is Right. prime meal and hulls. fer Co., Linden, Texas 5NT FOR ON OIL & FERTILIZER CO. RSON, TEXAS. BAPTIST W. W. MORRIS, Pastor Sunday School at JO o'clock a. m. each Sunday, S. H.Vance, Superintendent. Preaching every Sunday by the Pastor at ll a. m. and at night pTayer meeting every Friday night. Ladies Aid Society meets every Satur- day evening M. E. CHURCH SOUTH J. T. HOOICS, Pastof Sunday School at 10 a. m. each Sun- day, F. L. Frost, Superintendent. Preaching every First and Third Sun- day by the Pastor, at 11 a. m. and at titght. PrAyei- meeting eVery Wednesday night. Methodist Home Mission Society meets Monday evening. TRANSFER CO. LilVHHV AND FEED STAfcliB. I -we hand...

Publication Title: Cass County Sun, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 5 May 1914

■mmi Wo W. y I mm „ ..-~ ,, ,." # • | Pfl & -•"' ■' ■ ■ "■ W: \ * • ' ;■'" ' -j|£ ' * '*0$ t ;,: ' ' ' " ■ '■ - ' x •V? ^ V? ^ ,'jL- ?■ >t? .' . V CItftGKR A KHWIN, Pt*t>h*h«rn. > A. l^aper Oo voted to tile best Interests of the People. {Sub«cripi*on, fl.OO Per &■> '70l. 39. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, 1914. H5 To the People of Cass County. | I f ft & The burden of proof rest upon j;JS toy sholders, to unravel the mys- J ^ levies and treacheries of polities /J 'vhieh are bo conftpieiously dis- playing themselves at this mo-!' went. Some time ago t he good people of PruittTexas, presented |(u my name to the people of the j i third Flotorial District as a pro- bable candidate for the exalted positeon of Flotorial Representl- tive for which I shall always be very greatful. But the lurking demon of deciet such as the devil would have manufactured by his driftt'ahily schemers are setting up by night and day tellingwhat n, grout wrong 1 have committed ogaiust, my neigh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 5 May 1914

If ■ >- . ; :' . • ■-..1 ■ ■«'•;■ /•>*< - '-■■ '. "v : . " v v' THE CASS COUNTY SUN mm?- iSWv ' #1;#^ escription of Battle That Resulted in Capture ot First Mexican Port. , i'"> ■ <" 7 Tf ./ i J - T Vera Cru«, April 25.—American aall- ra aad marines have again proved their valor In the face of a foreign foe, and have, at the aame time, given the natives of this town a new Idea of the courtesy of American troops. While the Jjattle that resulted In the taking of Vera Cruz was not a severe one as battles of the past have been counted It was of a character to test the courage of men who were called upon to face the steel-jacketed bullets of foemen hidden behind walls and on housetops, and before it was over IK American sailors had paid for the vic- tory with tbeir lives and another 30 were seriously wounded. While tha Mexicans suffered more •everely, the number of their casual- ties has not been ascertained, but the best estimates obtained by Capt. Wil- liam R. RuBh of th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 5 May 1914

i ll VstJsMk' •'•■'' ':</''' "A- •StiSmtMtik,'aS^}4*i ■ • . :• •, ' « ■ ' . ■ T - :• ... ' . ' 'Wti •■■,•' .:•■>'. <« $®. ; '" #V ■•■ '■'' ••' '' • 1 *'• >J& '-^Stp' r--.. V"V" " ' '''•" •"O"'' "-V ST"" '•••' . • ' ' , • " '.'«•■■ • ■*'" "■•■■. v. .;-r "'"'v ;4 ' vfev ■ • '^3>/ ■' ''•£* . /* • ''..V MiiHili "v.-i,.' ■" Kvl%$&:'!• ' "■ .'ism THE CASS COUNTY SUN • ■ / BP9PE BEiSvii BOTH NUTRITIOUS A WD TASTY [Try Rica Porridgs n a Change Prom Oatmeal—Good Alto With Map)* 8lrup or Fruit*. Wash a cupful of rice through many Waters until all cloudlneas Is removed, liraln It thoroughly. Put three brim- ming cupfula of water on the stove In a saucepan. Add to It a rounded tea- spoonful of salt and a saltspoonful of pure lard. When the water bolls furi- ously, drop In the washed and drained rice, a few grains at a time, bo as not to stop the boiling. Do not stir; the rapidly boiling water will keep the grains moving. Cover the saucepan, having Its lid slightly pushed ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 5 May 1914

1 SjV- • 23 fSS' !'& mBsffl . m iSf ■% ' I • •• • / ' '''"i" '"-'i • ~"^ION MET f CASS COUNTY SUN - -■ '■ -— k (i * --s-E ' - T~ A ^ | ■ - I -^r §-^ ;'ta Jhone iii. iii Hi a- !"S*SS . y - , •'< ■ ■/>•'"" ;V -•■•" "-• *3 •1 ~ ■ 'J.....'j_'; il'. '£y#.:,' 1 % X x p. j.*K. a. ban'ueh w. L. Kit win 1 BANGER & ERWIN, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. TMK '.\S8 .COUNTY ST'N published every Taoadny. Is eiiturod at tliu J.iuden {lUstolUcb a* Booond.OlasB matter. KATES OI' sliBSCRirTJON: Single copy per ytar ' $1.00 " six months ' 50 cents No papers sent out without, the cash hi advance; paper.stopped when time is nit, or we lose it. Obituary notices kiid cards of thanks will be inserted.it two-and-a-half ccnts pet line SPFCIAL DISTRICT COURT. .The special session of (lie district court convened here yesterday with Judge W. T. Arinistead presiding. The grand jury was organised as , follows; K. A. Powell, Foreman, L. F\ Alldav, Andrew Smith, Iiobt. McCain, Carey Fant, Kut'us Clark, llube...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 5 May 1914

■ MBHi We are authorized to announce (lie lo)lowing candidates, subject to ttic ac- tion of the Democratic primary1. For Congress — EUGENE BLACK HORACE W. VAUOHAN tor Senator, 1st District-- R. P. DOROUGH For District Attorney— HUGH CARNEY. H. ROLSTON For .Flototlal Representative,ilrd Dist. T. D. ROW HLI,, i>l Jefferson fror County Jud;;e A. T. HAKBR J. P. I'ANT K. M. OR IF I'IN J. 1>. CARWILE HENRY D. NEI,SON For Sheriff— J. V. MUVIIl'l.l For County Clerk— EMMETTFLORENCE BOB MOOHK J. D. BOONE Fot Cotinly Treasurer T. I.. NIPPI'.R For County Attorney- Ef.MEK !.. MNCOf.N of Linden. MARTIN AI.I.DAV For Tax Collector— R. H. GRIFFIN T. T. HOPKINS, <.i Bloombufi.' • E. I.. WI U.I AXIS For Tax Ass.-smu \V. C. WILLIAMS l-'or District Clerk*— C. H. HEF.N'ER ivir County Superintend- nl - DRF.W rORTlU i'or County Rfcpreseutat ive— J. M. RICKF.RSON '!•. r Coitiniissio'i r, Precincts 1 .ir.ii S — I A*. !•:. IT ,\RU IS T: C. GI/)VKR I T. LATHAM M iK RIS J A YMF* Fi.'f ]tiv.tice r.f t!k...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 5 May 1914

,.#r Mat'' mam VV' *-f K SSHiS&'t: VlflES KMI ki Vila DU8T EXPLOSION AT ECCLE8, W VA. HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR LOSS OP LIPE. 11 BODIES 0UU9 RESCUED Government, State and Volunteei Rescuers working- Desperately to Subdue Flames. Bccles, W. Va.—General Manage! H. C. Bayles of the New River Coll lerles Company announced that thi 190 miners entombed In mine No. ( wrecked Tuesday by an explosion are dead. Mr. Bayles said the dis- aster was due to a dust explosion. Eleven bodies have been recovered from mine No. 6, a connecting op- eration. and six men are missing Fifty-nine men, all seriously burned was rescued from this operation. Rescue work late that night wai> at a standstill because of the fh\«, and gases. • The dead taken from mine No. :< Include T. G. Llgeman, mine foreman: A. W. Brougham, chief electriciat and Carl V. Warden, electrician. Four miners are known to be deaid fifty-nine were rescued, many of therr severely burned, and 203 others a«;< entombed in two burning ...

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

aps WF', ■v~ v Si ■M& f #1 Charles Edmonds K7he Sitter Blad&r'Tfie Jbtemorfer JZub£' Etc. ^ \ (SGpy&fGHT yj%2 JL.a74cCZU&(7ac CO COULD NOT SIT I 0Kii§r SYNOPSIS. /•«£?lLph ,Vlln Vechten, a young man of RSI? iSt'o astonished to see a man enter !# .!' i ' a l,ou«® across the street from .I~2i PowlJal*" club, long unoccupied and upoken of as the House of Mystery. 8ev- hin ut n>K,,lttr Intervals enter wo. 1413. van Vechten expresses concern to me friend, Tom Phlnney, regarding the whereabouts of his cousin and fiancee, traige Larew A man Is forcibly ejected rrom the house. Van Vechten and Tom rollovv the man and find him dead In the ,®treet. van Vechten Is attracted by the face of a girl In the crowd of onlookers >*UrrotindlriK the body. Detective Flint calls on Van Vechten to K *t his version of thf tragedy. Tom Phlnney goes alone on a yachting trip. Ife recognizes among ■aome persons In a passim? motor boat two men whom lu* had seen enter the House MyHtcry He so&...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 5 May 1914

sill Ip"' K I 'v\:'r" $ if - v J 2 .v/ —it answers every beverage re- quirement—vim, vigor, refreshment, wholesomeness, It will satisfy you Demand the gejnuine by full name- Nicknames encimrage substitution. LA COMPANY GA. THE COCA-C ATLA you see nn Art rrow think of Coca-Cola, 1EOTORY -— Allen ITrqulmrt, DRUGGIST. THE BEST oi? EVERYTHING IN THE DRUG LINE. Mail Orders Moseley Bldg. Filled Promptly. Jefferson, Texas. BUY A PET ALUM A BUY A PET ALUM A CHICKENS THE PETALUMA WAY Ar« Raised Profitably ,fc,vo FOR OATALOQS NOW Get An Early Hatchii SPEC Genuine White The 20th Century Egg Machii —Dry Land Ducks. Breedi! a limited number. Eggs $2.1 3£NO (N YOi PETALUMA PETALUMA CALL Start Poultry Is Money. AL OFFER Indian Runner Ducks es—Over 250 Pure White Eggs a Year ng Birds, $5.00 each, $15.00 per trio on 0, $350 and $5.00 per setting. UR ORDER AT ONCE INCUBATOR CO. N. Delaware St., Indianapolis tl|itlvchr«i SBw BAPTIST W. W. MORRIS, Pastor : Sunday School tit 10 o'clock a. m. eath Sunday...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 12 May 1914

' ' wm 1 IKGfcRil fcRiviK, Pubii«her , ^ -A. I^aper I3evoted to tHe best Interests of the People. {Sub«cripl*on, #!•©© Per A' LEWDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, MAY 12, 1914. 1 4 \- EAST TEXAS IRON ORE AS SEEN BY THE DALLAS NEWS *v * 1 "~ll,r T| The following is an editorial writing concerning the vast re- sources of the iron ore deposits of East Texas, which appeared in the Dallas News—Texas' lead- ing newspaj)er--a lew days ago: , The fact that we have in East Texas one of the moat valuable bodies of iron ore that Iron and ^teel makers know anything a- bout has been stated huudredsof times. Hut despite that itera- tion, it is doubtful if the average Texan is quite sensible of that fact and its meaning. He has probably discounted the state- ment by regarding it as a bit of declamation inspired by State pride. He has probably reason- ed tlmt if these deposits nrfl sd valuable as newspapers and ora- tors have proclaimed them they would not have been suffered to ,1'ie dormant so long. The fact ....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 12 May 1914

J;II , ,v*'* '"-■f'. ■' ~ v'®* «§&*MjSR£ Mki /•••.• ,'. ' • , '• ?// '" /->.*•/ ; a! /• - ' V- <r ' o . • U\ .:' XJE ; - IN EAST TEXAS STORM CYCLONE LITERALLY SWEEP! f|> TWO TOWNS OFF THE MAP IN BOWIE COUNTY. imfiS? - EXCESSIVE RA'NS CONTINUE 11 • i Wind and Rainstorm Can Be Eaally Traced From Cleburne to Texaa 8tate Line. SSII 'vU m kwmwbM THE CJ £ :«*& w.- ; ■ v* « $ ~ i Dallas, Texas.—Two small towns In northeast Texaa—Maud and Red- ■water—In Bowie county, were liter- ally swept out of existence early Monday morning, four persons were killed, many were seriously in- jured and property damage amounting to hundreds of thousands of dollars done by a storm of cyclonic pro- portions that swept across east Tex- as from the vicinity of Cleburne to the Texas-Arkansas state line. The dead, all at Maud, are: Mrs. Pearl White, William Morgan, Ad- am Shelton, an unidentified negro. About 20 persons were seriously In- jured, some thought to be fatally piurt , At Redwater no d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 12 May 1914

tile* Jtt of iHoia ■trial up. lis- luty ^E. Ithia |d il w« Inej |AE I for |*r« 8zc=~ Charles WSs^Edmondg —^ Wislk Author of e oi/y&r B7ad&" o Fdierno^le-r Kuh Etc. GQpyjs/GHT jsva XCMCCZU&7& CO SYNOPSIS. Ralph Van Vechten, a young: man of leisure, la astnniMhed to se« a man enter No. 1313, a house 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 hit friend, Tom Phlnney, regard!n* the Whereabouts of his cousin and fiancee Pr.ift* 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. Detective Flint calls on Van Vechten to get his version of the tragedy. Tom Phlnney goes alone on a yachting trip. He recognizes among some persons In a passing motor boat two men whom he had seen ente...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 12 May 1914

Mggppe HiiM| ' . jrcaB'W r&V' :-' ■' : • I [ V«"M —- ■■>■ * - — . jWBB 4 it •Tpr we have ALL COMPETITION MET Day Phone 40 Night Phone 35 ' . 1 '! !_!!*.■ i.1 .ij-ian-1-1-1" OA8B COUNTY SUN ■gOfl B I ■ I \ /'*' J f m" i , ■ A": wm:;i BgSfSlilfefe j. b, a. ban'ok it w. i,. erwin BANGER & FtKWIN, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. JfHECASB COUNTY sun published crt'ty Tuesday, Ib entered ttt the Linden pofctofli'ie tm Scooiul.C'lrtes mutter, katbs or subscription: Single copy per year ' $1.00 '' six months ' 60 cents Nopapers sunt out without the cash in advancb; paper stopped when time is out, or we lose it. Obituary notices ami cards of thanka will be inserted at two-and-a-half ceilts pet line Sfe I I 1 Protractcd Meeting to Begin Stinday. A protracted meeting will be- gin at the Baptist church here next Sunday, conducted by the pastor. He will be assisted by Pro. -M. T. Andrews, who, it will be remembered, conducted a very successful meeting here last year. rrayer meeting services w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 12 May 1914

■ Y 1H1 $W /'j 7' ••;<, >• - ", j , v •to iu<t«Vt pmcos, - fiiD.po • County Offices, - • ^.Qf) PredtK* Offices, ... '160 CASH IN ADVANCE. We are authorized to aiinounee (He following candidates, subject to the ac- tion of the Democratic primary. For Congress— EUGENE BLACK HORACE W. VAUGHAN l-'or Senator, 1st Di^f :ct— R. P. DOi DUGll For District AttorneV - HUGH CMf'fBY. B. ROU1T0. For Flotorial Representative,8rd Dist.— T. D. ROWEl.L, of JefTerson For County Judjje— A. T. BAKER J. 1'. PANT S. M. GRIPFIN .1 H. CAR VV IMS HENRY D. NELSON For Slit-iifT— J. F. MIT. HEI.L For County Clcik— F.MMKTT FLORENCE BOB MOORE J. 1). BOONE For Count y Treasurer— T. L. NIPPER For County Attorney— ELMER L. LINCOLN of Linden. MARTIN ALLDAY For Tax Collector— R. II. GRIFFIN T. J. HOPKINS, of lllooniburg E. L. WILLIAMS For Tax Assessor W. C. WILLIAMS For District Clerk — C. H. HEFNER For County Superintendent — DREW PORTE* For Countv Reprcr ntative— J. M. RICKERSON i!iil Commissioner, Precinct...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 12 May 1914

__ EllSifeP THE r\ss COUNTY SUN SMP!M§S| - _ H?! - :pm '■ :•'; 1 m: M UKE 1 A NEW WOMAN As Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege- table Compound Dispelled Backache, Headaches and Dizziness. Piqaft, Ohio.—"I would be very un« if I failed to give Lydia E. 1'n.Uham's Vegeta- ' ble Compound the praise it deserves, for ] have taken it at (ifferent times and it always' ie- lievel me when other medicines failed; and when I hear i woman com- plain I always rec- ommtnd it. Lastwin- ter I was attacked with a severe case of orgaiic weakness. I had backache, pains in my hips and over my kidneys, headacie, dizzfness, lassitude, had no energy, limbs ached and I was always tired. I was hardly able to do my housework. I had taken Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- pound on one other occasioi, and it had helped me so I took it agaii and it has built me up, until now I fee) like a new Woman. You have my heirty consent to use my name and testimonial in any way and I hope it will benett suffering women."—Mrs. OrphaTu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 12 May 1914

THE CASS COUNTY SUN I Why Is This ThuaT Every marr^M loan know* how much easier it ta lor his wife to dis- cover a hole It his pocket than that a button is mltslng from his coat. Exchange. FETERITA FOR FORAGE ►ROVES OF IMMENSE VALUE IN 8EMI-ARID COUNTRY. m Approximately 27,000 Packages of Drought-Resistant Seeds Distrib- uted by United States Depart- ment of Agriculture. (Prepared by the United States Depart- ment of Agriculture.) The departmeat of agriculture dur- ing 1913, under an appropriation of congress, distributed approximately 27,000 packages of drought-resistant field seeds. Each of these packages contained a sufficient quantity of seed to plant one acre, and this when suc- cessful supplied the grower with Boed for a much larger area the following year. The crops Included In this dis- tribution were Improved hardy and drought-resistant alfalfas, new varie- ties of fleM peas, Improved strains of millets, Feterita and Sudan grass. Those In charge of this distribution have re...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 12 May 1914

fm , 111 •" ■fl.n > tftsti Piss ft it (!■$'(,r H •: 1 '***!■' ' ; !| | •'? &jl • • -11 Kwartjigii,^! i ■( ix". DIRECTOR Y | PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Cli ii relies r>y; tr ■.•.■■ .v^ I L-Ssff if $*«l •SfS BAPTIST 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 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- day, F. L. Frost, Superintendent. Preaching every First and Third Sun- day by the'Pastor, at 11 a. m. ahd Sit night. Prayer meeting every Wednesday night. Methodist Home Mission Society meets Monday evening. Lodges Davis & Herndon physicians AHV surgeons linden, , texas, - and keenly lirst- quenching beverage iurs. [by lull nune- re substitution. COMPANY [Ca. l-F quhart9 GrIST. EVERYTHING [DRUG LINE. [illed Promptly. Jefferson, Texas. "IJUSTICE COURT SEND i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 19 May 1914

LV 1$? ■tm mr V, '' ■ **%& - & w ... ■IP . ''^i1' ";' vy;'" ■ '1 1 ■ . ';"-1V:''; ir.:. |' . •'" ' .. . ' " -'A : ' ■ ■ i\'OK|{ & ERlVlN, I iibliMhoi'M. }• jy_ J>apey Devoted to the best Interests of the l?eople. { Subscription, $1.00 i>er Ann VOL.89. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, MAY 19, 1914. THE PROOF OF THE PUDDING Mr. E. V. White, formerly chief clerk of the State Depart- ment of Education, and now an assistant in the Department of Extension in the University of Texas, in one of his recent trips met some of the principal char- acters in the following story: A certain community had voted the limit of school tax, the opposition, which was bitter and uncompromising, was led by a certain old bachelor, who argued with caustic word-j that it was wrong in principle to tax him to educate other men's children. The school, however, still had insufficient funds, and the next year the ingenious school ma'am, a lady of good looks and keen intelligence, hit upon the plan of givin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 19 May 1914

[NT messs M WAR CAN BE AVOIDED MEMBER8 OF CABINET EXPRESS CONFIDENCE IN OUTCOME OF MEDIATION. NOW EASIER ABOUT SILL1MAN Report* from City of Mexico Are That Huerta Has Ordered Releaae of Vice Consul. Washington.—Expressions of confl- uence that mediation would avert war between the United States and Mexico 'came from several members of the cablnt Tuesday after President Wil- son had discussed the whole situation with his official family. The president is decidedly hopeful. He is anxious that no untoward inci- dents or indiscreet acts on the part of any of the forces in Mexico should de- velop to cloud the horizon when the mediation conference begins at Ni- agara Falls Monday. Secretary Bryan in a conference ex- plined at length to the three South Americn mediators that the lighthouse on Lobos Island had not been seized in any military sense; that the keep- ers were free to come and go, but that the American Navy had undertaken to keep the lights burning as a pro- tection to the worl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 19 May 1914

anil Hi BOUNTY SUN mzmm * tm H '• I i i ■ ime- Ch&rleS Edmondd Walk, a!w lock "The. Sitter Blade!', "The J&ternorferRuby" Etc GOpyjSZGW JSV2. 3L.(7.74cCZU&G,ac CO AFTER SI TWO LONG TEARS Mrs. Aselin Was Restored to Health by JLydia E. Pink- ham's Vegetable Compound. *Sf7 yj SYNOPSIS. Ralph Van Vechten, a young- man of ■elsure, 1h ustonlHhed to see a man enter No. 1313, a house across the street from the Powhatan club. Ion* unoccupied and upoken of as the House of Mystery. Sev- eral persons at regular Intervals enter No. 1313. Van Vechten expresses concern to his friend, Tom Phlnney, regard!ntf the Whereabouts of his cousin and fiancee, Paige Carew A man Is forcibly ejected from the house. Van Vechten and Torn follow the man and find him dead In the street. Van Vechten is attracted by the face of n girl in the crowd of onlookers surrounding the body. Detective Flint calls on Van Vechten to get his version of the tragedy. Tom Phlnney goes alone on a yachting trip. lie reco...

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