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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 19 May 1914

' Yes, we have it Day Phone 40 ALL COMPETITION MET Night Phone 35 M ■ GASS COUNTY SUN 3. K. A. BANOMH W. I,. KHW1N BANGER & ERWIN, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. 11LKCA88 COUNTY 8UN published every Tucwlny, Is cnteroii at tte« UmU'ii poetoflloo an Secoiid;Ot B8 matte!. 1o the Voters of Cass County, Greeting: Yielding to the solicitation of many friends from every part of the county to make the race for /County Representative, I make my announcement in this issue. I propose to make this rare on tlh> platform which was built for the lion. Tom Ball by the Convention of Progressive Pro- hibition Democrats in the Fort Worth Convention. This plat- form, as all well informed voters know, does not contain a single plank but what is free from knots, windshakes and pecker-wood holes, and the planks 1 may see fit to build to it, will l>e selected with like care and precaution. It was upon this platform that the convention sang, Texas Go- ing Dry. In conclusion if you want to prove your fai...

Publication Title: Cass County Sun, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 19 May 1914

1%; - *v..r.«- w- >5® ■ a.;':, * ^. ■ •1B&J? EHfj fip.oo | .00 2.&0 A XX 0 ( 'JYCEMEJVTS RATES: 1 J District Oftori,, . 'County Offfft, . . frcciArt Mites, . CASH ]N ADVANCE. ^-:rjHP5*ss^6srsrssrs^^.r:r^r. — -- ■ Wc ate authorized to announce the following candidates, snbjcct to the ac- tion of the Democratic. primary. V(,t Congress— EUGENE BUCK HORACE W. VAUC.HAN Fbr Senator, 1st District— R. P. DOROUGH For District Attorney— HUGH CARNEY. D. ROI.STON For Flotorial Representative,3rd Dist.— T. t>. ROW El.L, of Jel'ferdnn l or County Judge— A. T. BAKER J. P. FANT S. M. C.RIEFIN J. D. CARWII.E HENRY D. NELSON For Sheriff— J. F. MIT. HEM, V. A. WALLACE For County Clerk— . EMMRTT FLORENCE' BOB MOORE J. D. BOONE For County Treasure! T. L. NIPPER For County Attorney— ELMER L. LINCOLN of Linden. MARTIN A U.DAY For Ta* Collector— R. H. GRIFFIN T. J. HOPKINS, of Bloointiurg E- L. WILLIAMS For Tax Assessor— W. C. WILLIAMS For Distr|ct Clt-rl: — C. H. HEFNER For County Superinten...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 19 May 1914

r "*& I ;.&vr i k K of Sick Woi i Life would be full of hope, and ambition would lighten your labor if you possessed that strength which you have a right to claim from nature. The glow of youth was yours before health departed, but the vigor of your mind and will force has been sapped by that} most treacherous of ills, female diBordeiM. It ■teals its way, draining the nerve $ sues of their strength, taking away the rlchnesi from the blood, clogging the mind apd re- ducing mental and bodily activity—it is a serpent in a Garden of Eden. 8TELLA-VITAE has put new hofe into the hearts of thousands of despairing women every year for the past thirty years. It Hms reneweii their strength, co rected their irregular periods, put (fte rcses o( health into their cheeks and given them back the joy of living. Mrs. TWmm Watton, of Swain, Ark., sayw "After taking only one bottle of STELLA- VITAE 1 (eel better than I have felt for sis years. It does away with that dragging, •ui-gone feeling,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 19 May 1914

'. -WW' • * ' 1 ' ■ I i V . JMpF* / "BK t ggaWW& THE CASS COUNTY SUN tfvmJ ■ iS85W®retel NOW FOR SHORTCAKES WELCOME 8EA80N OF 8TRAW< BERRIE8 18 HERE. May Be Made In Many Way«, Each One of Them Tempting—Standard Recipe for tha Bit- cult Dough. la there anyone who does not like strawberry shortcake—not the sweet, cako and utraw berry mixture often •old under that name In restaurants, but the homo-made variety of rich, short, biscuit batter, rich berries and plenty of whipped cream! Anyone who can mako good baking ^powder biscuits can achieve a delec- table shortcake that can be served In jmany wayB. It may be a foamy Wash- ington pie affair, composed of two layers of bread, each layer having ^golden brown, crispy crusts; or It may 'look equally tempting, but be made from a single, thicker bread loaf, which has been split In the middle aft- er being baked, so there Is much less ■crust. A shortcake may bo made for 'individual serving, the batter being cut with a biscuit cutter an...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 19 May 1914

1 « v. TOa • iS"' I 35^! :-■'■■'■■'• ^':i' !3mWm-.:i£S u 1 H h \ %'J) R SE>j. • mhimijm Pifea MajKW Drink this and be refreshed! NMMfBBF W. Sip by sip here s pure enjoyment—cool com- fort—a satisfied thirst a contented palate. Demand the genuine hy lull name- is ickimmes encourage substitution. THE COCA-COLA COMPANY ATLANTA, GA. 2-F . ' V * ■' rif I •$ •<'■■■■< . " ■ ' , • • \ r V ■ " ' i • . PROFESSIONAL • • <J T O R Churches ► - B APTIST w. W. MORRIS, Pastor Sunday School at 10^'clock A.M. each ninday, 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, Pastof Sunday School at 10 a. m. each Sun- day, P. L. Frost, Superintendent. Preaching every First and Third Sun- day by the Pastor, at 11 a. m. and at night. Prayer meeting every Wednesday night. Methodist Home Mission Society meets Monday evening. fjodgt's Whenever...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 26 May 1914

la**™** " '*£$^$'•1 , ' .x . ,i$r ■ rf ' ■ '/$: '/■ *' ™ ■ •' . , , ■.. ' ' . , ft 'M. J&J" %* ^€111 i ■wi •' /Mf« DANGER & EStWBNI, PaMSehcra. ^ A. ]Paper Devoted to t"h.o be3t Interests of tlie People. {SoftscripHon, $1.00 Per VOL.39. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, MAY 86, 1914. NO 81, TnniffWfpyyy,^"'.t WW /r*cmigJ.g.ar7TT;M * ' - Zj. - COMMISSIONERS' COURT. He it remembered that a Regular Ses- sion of the Commissioners' Court of Cass County Texas, was held on this 11th day of May,a. d. 1014 at the Court House in ! $ the town of Linden, Cass County Texas; i /] J. P. Fant, Co. Judge, present and pre- j vV siding; T. C. Glover, H. P. Traylor, S.M. , f Griffin and J. H. McWilliams County ( Commissioners; L. L. Harper, Co. Clerk, J. F. Mitchell, Sheriff, Court was duly opened by a proclama- tion of said Sheriff at the court house door Ordered by the Court that the annual statement of S. I!. Vance, tax collector of Casu county, Texas, is hereby approved, and the county clerjt is h re...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 26 May 1914

, ■ •<" - M .1 1 ' '' FROM SOUTH AMERICA HE DISPLAYS HIS FORMER VIGOR AND EAGERNE88 FOR FRAY WITH HIS CRITICS. II / IS SILENT ABOUT POLITICS Says He Has Nothing to 8ay About His Intentions in Regard to Presidential Race. New York.—Scent for the fray shone In the eyes of Col. Theodore Roose- velt Tuesday as he talked of his Bra- zilian explorations and defended his title as explorer against Henry Sav- age Landor and all comers. He re- turned Tuesday from his visit to South America. He 'will lecture on his travels, and especially on "The River of Doubt," 'before the National geographic society in Washington, of which he is a member, and there he will take up the gage of battle with explorers here and across the seas. Dudley Field Malone, collector of the port, on greeting the returning explorer, asked him if he had brought the river with him, saying that he thought he might be able to appraise it for him. "It is really an extraordinary thing," Mr. Roosevelt said, "to have put on th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 26 May 1914

mwm A.: ii ' tfh:"? imp?!? LOCK ©Sir Charles orof Walk, te Srber Blade!) w J<3ternojle.r £ub£ Etc.. copy* XcSt rJ3/GJTT jsvn 7JXC£ZUG<7Gc CQ 8YNOP8I3. . Ralph Van Vechten, a young: rnan of lleisure, la astonished to «eo a man enter f£v fr • a h°U8e across the street from [the Powhatan club. Ion# unoccupied and Ippoken of as the House of Mystery. Sev- eral persons at regular Intervals enter No. 1313. Van Vechten exprosnes concern Jto his friend, Tom Phlnney, regarding the ■whereabouts of his couHln and fiancee, Paige Carew A man 1s forcibly ejected from the house. Van Vechten and Tom follow the man and And him dead In the street. Van Vechten Is attracted by the jface of a girl In the crowd of onlookers jiurroundlng the body. Detective Flint frails on Van Vechten to get his version T>f the tragedy. Tom Phlnney goes alone an a yachting trip. He recognizes among {some persons In a passing motor boat two knen whom he had seen enter the House fof Mystery. He sees one of them, a M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 26 May 1914

mmeWfo m xyts lift 8 ''imi n,<V; lH ;; tm i Manufacturers of SODA WATE1 I If © gec our prjcgg before buying els .... < , X'M* '' . OASS COUNTY SUN . jj. K, A.UANUKtt W. I,i KltWIN BANGER & ERWIN, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. TlIEOASS COUNTY SUN pobllBhwl every Tni' J y, is e«t«red at tUe Lluduu postotllco 119 8ocoii(l.l-l«bS nurtter. Obituary notices and calds of thanks iIt be inserted at two-and-a-half cents line p«i RATKS OF SUBSCRIPTION: Single copy per year ' $1.00 " six months ' 50 cents Nopaperssent out without the cash In advance; paper stopped when time is out, or we lose it. GINNERS MEETING The o'inneiv of this county and those adjacent is calling a meet- ing to be held at Marshall,Texas, in the afternoon of the 9th of June, at the courthouse and every honest u.id independent ji'inuer is requested to at tend this meeting. Plans are being per- fected whereby each giuuer may be abln to buy bugging and ties direct from tin' factory at a much lower price than usual. Other...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 26 May 1914

dMwovwcEJKti]rrs RATES: District Offices^. . - $10.00 Vounty Offices, ... 5.00 Precinct Offices, - - - 2.60 CASH IN-ADVANCE. We arc authorized to announce I tie following candidates, subjcci to the ac- tion of the Democratic primary. I'or Congress— EUGENli BLACK HORACE W. VAUGHAN For Senator, 1st District— R. P. DOR OUGlI Vor District Attorney— HUGH CARNEY. H. ROLSTON 1'or Motorial Representative,3rd Dist. T. D, ROW ELL, of Jefferson Lot County Judge— A. T. BAKER .1 P. PANT f\ M. GRIFKIN J. D. CAR WILE HENRY 1). NELSON For Sheriff— J. MIT HELL V A. WALLACE For County Clerk— KMMUTT FLORENCE lion MOORE J. 1). BOONE For County Treasurer— T. I,. NIPPER For County Attorney— ELMER I, LINCOLN of Linden. MARTIN AI.LDAY For Tax Collector— R. H. ORIFFINI T. J HOPKINS, of Bloonibtirj* E. L. U 1U.IAMS For lax V n- W. C. WILLIAMS For District v"t« iV— C. 11. HEFNER For Count y Sufu-rint *iideii' DREW I'ORTE* For Count • Hi ;•,;>••• ntat ivc J M. RICICERSON M. L. UAUC.H For Comiui-sio:t"i, l'r...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 26 May 1914

... flpig I S •.' rv. i something entirely foreign to the person with poor digestion, liver troubles or con. stipated bowels — but, there is no need to remain in such a con* dition, for HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS has been found very beneficial in helping sickly folks back to health and happiness. Get a bottle today. Reconciliation By ALFRED R. CALHOUN ■' ' 1 ~i I. . Consider the Fly. Thrifty housewives are now taking measures to keep the housefly from the domicile, so as to avoid the per plexing problem ot getting rid of them. "Flies," remarked one woman recent- ly, "are a tremendous nuisance. When one gets into a cup of coffee it makes me fairly miserable to see it" "Makes you miserable!" exclaimed l «r listener. "Well, don't you thing It makes the fly more so V RESINOL EASILY STOPS ^ SKIN TORMENTS The soothing, healing, comforting modicatlon in resinol ointment and resinol soap sinks right into every tiny pore ot the skin, clears it of im- purities, and stops itching instantly. R...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 26 May 1914

d vft £. ' ,*■•>. ' ""T v,.' -,f ''\wm * .H '-■••£• i{ BHpSPI oprps e$k: t \ ■- yI ■ • CASS COUNTY SUN Y0'k SiBP^I .. I F{ itmw®. GOOD OLD LEMON PIE OTHER DI8HE8 WITH HEALTH. FUL FRUIT AS INGREDIENT. Make. Best Kind of Sauce for All Manner of Pudding*—8oufHe a Light, Refreshing Deaaert — Lemon to Cure Cold. The old-fashioned lemon pie Is one of the prime favorites. An often proved recipe calls for one-half pound of sugar, a pound of butter, six eggs, the Juice of two lemons with their grated rind, a nutmeg and half a glass of brandy. Cream the butter and sugar, beat In the yolks, the lemon, the spice and brandy, then add the whites. Bake In a light piecrust with open top. Pow- dered sugar and lemon Juice should bo spread on the top of each pie. 1 here are a great many varieties of lemon pie, with cocoanut and mer- ingue mixtures. An English tart calls for a cup of sugar, two lemons (the Juice and some of the peel grated), a teaspoonful of cornstarch smoothly blended in water, a d...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 26 May 1914

w ;.'' 'iff;vi«' .. '. ' . ' .'.' ■as JEEP ■■■ h«>* l Rr !^S i I ■ £' V* ' ■ i. **>:'/• ' o : JfllansDrtnk- jKdomansVrtttk- fyeryledtj's Vcink ■i Wfj; II fa. ' , IMP aJK#! ■wnunVHHI .". « £i ' ■■ .\ijj8wjfe '■■'■WmSf -t t p /. I rt -• MiiiV: •j ,r! irc.^V iiiia .V' Directory CllUI'chl'M - • whenever von ire an Arrow thin!: ti Coca-Cola. \ j igorously good — and keenly delicious. Thirst - quenching and refreshing. The national beverage —and yours. Pemiuid llie gtnuinc by full name-— Nicknames cncourtjc substitution. THE COCA-COLA COMPANY AtknU, Ga. ■. V BAPTIST W. \V. MORRIS, PasIO* Sunday School at 10 o'clock a.m. each ■Sunday, S. H. Vnnce, Superintendent. Preaching every Sunday by the Pastor at 11 a. m. and at night Prayer meeting every Friday night. Ladies Aid Society meets fevery Satur- day evening M. E. CHURCH SOUTH J. T. HOOKS, Pastok Sunday School at 10 a. m. each Sun- day, F. I,. Frost, Superintendent. Preaching every First and Third Sun- day by the Pastor, at 11 a. m. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 2 June 1914

5 i aw? X;w && W\ & lBKE9rcRii^%9I^HH98HHHrattPjBfiK3F aftf RANGER At ERWIft, Publishers. }■ A. I^ajJer Devoted to the best Interests of the [People. {Subscription, fl.OO Per Anmtt? VOL. 39. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JUNE 2, 1914. A Needless Prophecy. Gov. Colquitt'H statement that tho failure of the effort to operate the Rusk furnace with Cass County ores tokens the abandon- ment of all hope of manufacturing Texas iron ores seem hardly to be justified. In fact , it is one of these needless prophecies which had better been leftunuttered, iu view of the fact that plans are now maturing by an independent cor- poration for the manufacture of of the Cass County ores. The failure at Rusk proves, if it proves anything,only that that is not an advantageous point at which to smelt East Texas ores. The asso- ciation which made and has now forfeited its lease of the pri- son system's furnace at Rusk was induced to make the lease merely by the fact that the fur- nace could be rented ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 2 June 1914

' / 1 %"i ii V ,«• '"-r .. :" "V- THE iPvWf11 Tfc Zwleni W^-W* Zmm i Bfaii According to TEXAS BREVITIES 1 F- .r V i ; ii i M OPTIMISM 18 DOMINANT NOTE Of ADDRESSES OF ALL. SPEAKERS. BURLESON HIGHLY PRAISED Discussions Center About Past Contemplated Improvements the Postal Service. and in Austin, Texas.—Optimism Is th« dominant note of tlie sixteenth annual convention of the Texas Postmasters association and the eleventh annua) association of the postmasters' league of Texas. It was sounded by th< speakers who welcomed the visiting postmasters at the inaugural session of each of tho twin organizations Tuesday. It was echoed in the pre- ared papers dealing ith the postal ser- vice that were read by postmasters and the keynote gave birth to a strain that will go ringing clear and strong through the succeeding sessions. Nearly 200 postmasters, including a dozen women, were in their seate when the association convened. This body was called to order by the presi- dent, W. G. McGlain of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 2 June 1914

Xfi ,«r * .*v, f-v j -'ft. ,0* , ^ COUNTY SUN as* mW, Ism dharleS w wa Edmondg , LOOK W&/A, Avuhor of "J7ie Sr/ifer B7dde!l "17ie Paternoster Ruby? Etc. GGpyje/GXY jsva. n.<Z.?4cCZURG'ac Co 8YN0PSI8. * flalph Van Vechton, a youngr man of IfjiHure, is astonished to tee a man enter No. 1313, a house across the street from tno Powhatan club, lonsr unoccupied and spoken of us 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, Paige Carew. A man is forcibly ejected from the house. Van Vechten and Tom follow the man and And him dead in the street. Van Vechten is attracted by the face of a Klrl in the crowd of onlookers surrounding the body. Detective Flint calls on Van Vechten to get his version of the tragedy. Tom Phinney goes alone on a yachting trip. He recognizes among some persons in a passing motor boat two men whom he had seen enter the Hous...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 2 June 1914

m Manufacturers .of SODA •A.""- See our prices before buying elsewhere. ■■j '' 1 '\.S8 OOUNTY SUN ' ,t. IC. A. BAKCxICH w. t, kiuvin BANflfe & ERWIN, F.ouoas AND PROPRIETORS. I'lIKCASS COUNTY SUN published nv«ry Tucuday, la entered (it the I.lurten pobtoffl'je ub Second.ClBSB matter. Obituary notices and cards of thanks v'iM be inserted at two-and-a-half cents pei line r ■ i fail t I executive Committee. I hereby cV.l a meeting of the X>.mqe ratio Executive Commit- to ; teet at Linden on M n- day Juue 15th 1914. The fol- lowing are the committeemen from each precinct. Herbert Lemmons, Pree't No. 1 D. M. Guest " " 2 W. A. Wommack " " 3 R. A Powell " " 4 Hardy Long " " 5 A. M.Steger " " 0 W.A.Powell " " 7 A. S. Thompson " " 8 Each member of the Commit- tee is? requested to be present. All candidates desiring their names placed on the county ticket must file their application on or before June 13th 1914. County papers please copy. I.N. Marett, County Chairman, of Democratic Comm...

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

HI ■ 1.^- A M'N 0 XJN CEMENTS RATES: District Officas, - . . $10.00 County Offices, - . . 6.00 Precinct QlTigej, . . . 2.50 gash in advance. We ure authorl'"d to announce the following candidates, subject to the ac- tion ol the Democratic primary. For Congress— EUGENE ALACK HORACE W. VAUGHAN 'For Senator, 1st District— R. P. DOROUGH For District Attorney— HUGH CARN.KY. U. ROLSTON For Flotorial Representative ;8rd Dist.— T. D. ROWELL, of Jefferson For County Judge— A. T. BAKP.R J. I'. FANT S. M. GRIFFIN J. D. CARWII.E HENRY D. NELSON For Sheriff— J. F. MIT.HELL V. A. WALLACE For County Clerk—■ KMMRTT FLORENCE ROB MOORE J. D. BOONE For County Treasurer— T. L. NIPrER For County Attorney— ELMER L. LINCOLN of Linden. MARTIN ALLDAY For Tax Collector— R. H. GRIFFIN T. J. HOPKINS, of Bloombtirg E. L WILLIAMS tor Tax A.;:if s-n)r— W. C. WILLIAMS For District Clerk— C. II HEFNER For County Superinten lent — DREW FORTES. For County Representat ive— J. M. R1CKERSON M. L. BAUG 11 For Comuii^kmer...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 2 June 1914

N OF GRASS AND SMALL 8EED8. BANGEIf F.DITOaS / V ' r '■■■- ■' ' W*M ■ 'I v' , ■ -• -jr.;,.. 7•! MANURE $ VALUABLE Wr Muit Use Judgment In Seleot- ing the Moat Economical Crop fop This Purpoae. Call of i t 1" <V$8 DO*. , _ _ xcellent Results May Be Obtained fcy Use of Plain, Ordinary Jally \i. K. A. KANu • Tumbler—Water la Secured by }' Using Candle Wick. (By H. QAKMAN.) For germinating blue-grass and nu- i ui<'t;\ss COU4ufcroHS ot^(,r small Beeda, excellent aWav,i9«i.u reKulti' nl«y be obtained by an ordl- Utt fiecond.Clai * «7 plain gluss jelly tumbler, on the . top of which Is placed a candle-drip Obituarv not K'mp. This in turn is covered with a trill be inserte uls,>' of b,ue blo"ln8 paper bearing the Reeds, and this again covered with a pl'Uu throe-Inch watch glass. Water In the tumbler Is brought up to the blotting paper, on which the Beeds are place-.d, by a piece of candle wick, the two extremities of which are passed through the round opening in the kottorn of the ...

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

ro ' \ ' WITH PEANUT FLAVOR I / DISHE8 THAT WILL APPEAL TO TH08E WHO LIKE THE TASTE. Excellent at an Addition t* Whole Wheat Bread—For Blaculta and 8andwlchea—Method of Serv- ing with Tomatoes. Whole Wheat Nut Loaf—Two cup- fuls whole wheat flour, one cupful white flour, two heaping teaapoonfula baking powder, one-half teaspoonful aalt, two tablespoonfuls sugar, one- half cupful chopped peanuts, three ta- blespoonfuls melted butter, one and one-half cupfuls sweet milk. Ml* all the dry Ingredients together, Includ- ing the peanuts,.add the milk and niix thoroughly, lastly the melted butter, und boat well, liake In two shallow tins, or In gem pans, for one-half hour In a moderate oven. For an ordinary nut loaf, ml* Into the 6ponge for two loaves of bread one cupful of finely ground peanuts Just before adding the sponge to the Hour, and "-k as other bread. Peanut iV cult—One quart flour, three heapll ■ teaspoonfuls baking powder, oue-fy If teaspoonful salt, one- quarter cupful sugar, o...

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