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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 2 June 1914

SB MM : VVS8 ISttSS BANC® i'UKCASa c Tuesday, 1* Obituary vill be ins per line 4t Ieo lo ?,c refreshed. 10 W11) mm Sip by sip ^here s pure en joymcrlt—cool com- fort—a sa tisfied thirst —a contested palate. \e* genuine by full name— Dema Nickt e3 encourage substitution. THE COGA-COLA COMPANY ATLANTA, GA. ■ 4*- .v .• ^W. ■ J--X— 1L.LUU m DIKECTORY |W Olmrchci I - / ' it \ Lv Si , V m M: BAPTIST W. W. MORRIS, Pastor Sunday Schftolat 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. and at night. Prayer meeting every Wednesday night. Methodist Home Mission Society meets Monday evening. Men Urquhart? r DRUGGIST. THE BEST OF EVERYTHING IN THE DRUG LINE. Mail Or...

Publication Title: Cass County Sun, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 9 June 1914

K'y •" . iff £j w . ~ • ■ 4 wtWSi. ,. *' '*■ . ■• . \ 'f ■ "'• ■ ' ■ "• vfr,';; • If-rJ *!V ■ v * ' ' • u . ■ ■■■Mlulv: - • * V gsj ^ /« k'; SftftgFjB • * ; , • ■•••> «*iVWBR t isBWIIV. Publlnhein. > A Paper Devoted to the best Interests of the People. i Sob crlp«i«m, *1.00 Per * VOL. 3a LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JUNE 9, 1914. NO. 23. tfga .y~> IRON ORES OF TEXAS WILL BE DEVELOPED. to the Dallas News: From your editorial comments of May 2:1 there seems to be gen- uine disappointment growing out of (ho forfeiture of its con- tract by the Texas Iron Associa- tion with the State for the oper- ation of the Rusk plant as re- ported in your issue of May 15. 1 believe justice to the prospec- tive iron and steel development in Texas demands the presenta- tion of a broader view of the whole situation. Thegood faith of the reasons given for the with- drawal are not to be questioned. The Texas Iron Association en- countered adverse conditions, for that particular enterprise that in no w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 9 June 1914

Ih4"«;1 I \\ I JMfc }fj ;• b 4 8 \ IERTA WILLING TO RESIGNNESIDENCY —, CONDITION THAT MEXICO BE PACIFIED AND SUCCESSOR SATISFACTORY. ■ IV.'T I—_ PROVISIONAL GOVERNMENT Two Men to be Chosen by Carranxa and Two by Huerta, With a Neu- trual President Is Considered. TEXAS BREVITIES Niagara Falls, Ont. —Gen. Huerta is preparing to resign. Monday he au. thorlzed bis representatives at the mediation conference to announce to the world that "neither mistaken pride nor personal interest" would prevent his withdrawal when once Mexico is "politically pacified" and the govern- ment succeeding him is so constituted that it can count on the support of public opinion in Mexico. The Mexican delegates in their for- mal statement revealed that they had been Instructed from the first to in- form the mediators that Gen. Huerta's personality would not be an obstacle toward reaching a peaceful settlement. They also stated that the internal sit- uation in Mexico was ''necessarily bound up with the interna...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 9 June 1914

KlMif'WWi'*, ■■ .« Wsu UN I RCr' w. nt; WL *■' s THE CASS COUNTY SUN Time- lock "The Sitter BJadeZ The J&ternotfle.rRuLyy'' Etc. GharleS Edmonds Walk> <SGpy&ZG7or yj%2 3L.c?.7xeczi7&G'ac Co wi SYNOPSIS. Ralph Van Vechten, a younff rn'xn of J<?lsur ?, Is astonished to see a man ent«r No. 3313. a house across the street from th<* Powhatan club, long unoccupied and rpokcn of as the Houso of Mystery. Sev- eral persons at regular Intervals enter ■No. 1313. Van Vechten expresses concern to his friend, Tom Phinney, regarding the jjhereah*uts of his cousin find fiancee. Paige Carew. A man is forcibly ejected from the house. Van Vechten and Tom follow the man and find him dead In the •treet. Van Vechten Is attracted by the (face of a girl In the crowd of onlookers ■urroundlng tho body. Detective Flint calls on Van Vechten to get his version Of the tragedy. Tom Phinney goes alone OTI a yachting trip. He recognizes among Home persons In a passing motor boat two amen who...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 9 June 1914

mmm llSaMiaiiiitep^ lv,u;! ,,, ^^y:.r.,. ^-T^^ar Mawufaaui'srs of ' SODA * WATER OF _ ALL KINDS See our prices before buying elsewhere. it I L OASS OOXJNTY SUN J. B. A. BANOElt w. L. KRWIN BANGER & ERWIN, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. •fHKCASS COUNTY SUN published every Tuesday, in entered at the Linden i.ostoffloe as Seconded ass matter. RATES Qtf eggsJSJ8MWH Single copy per year ' $100 si4 months ' 6® cents papers sent out without the cash in advance; paper stopped when time is nut, or wc lose it. Obituary notices and cards of thanks x i)l be inserted at two-and-a-half cents pe> line —-——— For Representative. In the proper column will be found the name of Mr. W. D. La nier, of Atlanta, as a candidate for Representative of Caps Coun- ty. subject to the democratic pri- mary July 25th. Mr. Lanie.i is an old citizen of i.be county aud is known to most of its people, lie is thoroughly competent to till the office to which he aspires, aud will appre- ciate your support, Call of Execut...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 9 June 1914

ISpfP* ' <"1 ■' i '^ ^'^rrr'TZ'' ITT""'/: ANNO UN CEMENTS RAtivS: Dhtiict Offices, County ©Jibes, Preciact $10.00 6.00 2.50 IN ADVANCE. We are authorized to announce the following candidate!, subject to' the ac- tion of the Democratic ^primary. For Congress— EUGENE BLACK HORACE W. VAUGHAN For Senator, 1st District— R. P. DOROUGH For District Attorney— HUGH CARNEY. B. ROLSTON For Flotorial Representative,3rd Dist.— T. D. ROWELL, of Jefferson For County Judge— A. T. BAKER J. P. FANT S. M. GRIFFIN J. D. CARWILE HENRY 1). NELSON For Sheriff— j. f. Mixamrx * V. A. WALLACE For County Clerk— EMMETTFLORENCE BOB MOORE J. D. BOONE For County Treasurer T. L. NIPPER For Couuly Attorney— ' ELMER L. LINCOLN of Linden. MARTIN AI.LDAY For Tax Collector—' R. H. GRIFFIN T. J. HOPKINS, of nioomburg K#L. \VILI.I\M3 For Tax Assessor— W. C. WILLIAMS For District Clerk — C. H. HEFNER For County Superintendent— DREW PORTED For County Representative— J. M. RICKERSON M. L. B AUG 11 \V. D. LANIER i'ot Comm...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 9 June 1914

I \h \ \ H 1 l LYON'S I ACHES AND PAINS Have All Gone Since Taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg- etable Compound. Terre Hill, Pa.—"Kindly permit m* to give you nay testimonial in favor of Lydia E. PinkhamU Vegetable Com- pound. When I first began taking it I was suffering from female troubles for some time and had almost all kinds of aches—pains in low- er part of back and in sides, and press- ing down pains. I could not sleep and had no appetite. Since I have taken Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- pound the aches and pains are all gone and I feel like a new woman. I cannot praise your medicine too highly."—Mrs. Augustus Lyon, Terre Hill, Pa. It is true that nature and a woman's work uas produced the grandest remedy for wotnan's ills that tho world kas ever known. From the roots and herbs of the field, Lydia E. Pinkham, forty years ago, gave to womankind a remedy for their peculiar ills wliicb has proved more efficacious than any other combination of drugs ever com- pounded, and today Ly...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 9 June 1914

1 BES1 o distinction claimed for a PARAGU8 by it8 admirer®. Hint® Concerning It* Best Preparation •nd 8ervlco—When Baked It la Considered Delicacy of the First Order. The season tor fresh asparagus at reasonable prices is not very long and most people want to enjoy to the ut most this delicious vegetable. It Is easy to prepare and ms'res aa attractive dish on the table If prop •rly prepared. Some people prefer the thick, whlt« stalks and others the thin, very green stalks. The latter are thought to b« sweeter, but the former look better, It leally makes little difference which Is chosen, provided that it Is fresh and young and hurried to the ice bo* as soon as It reaches the house, If II Is a hot day. The only difficulty about cooking asparagus Is to cook It well enough to soften the stalks without cooking away the heads, and to pre- vent • fils many cooks stand the bun- dle .eads up In the water, with th« bolnng water reaching up to, but not over, the heads. Others again ub« the wl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 9 June 1914

7 ■■ r' ' 1 . 4 '! >«\ . M • '■•ir. 3is i Li1"- . .* ■'-. ..1 'V.- ■. IBECTO "V. 1:.,$ K. v•! VtYtila Na&IP^W ; \ wroVJsJ1'.. • ^ x A ^rinks u —it answers every beverage re- quirement—vim, vigor, refreshment, wholesomeness It will satisfy you Demand the genuine by full name Nicknames encourage substitution. j. HE COCA-COLA COMPANY ATLANTA, GA mm whenever you 6ee an Arrow think of Coca-Cola. BUY A PETALUMA i Alien Urquhart DRUGGIST. THE BEST OF EVERYTHING IN THE DRUG„LINE. Mail Orders Filled Promptly. Moseley Bldg. Jefferson, Texa3. _ BUY A PETALUMA fPTrkTMG Are Raised VOl\sfVlZ<lNi3 Profitably THE PETALUMA WAY SEND FOR CATALOGS NOW Get An Early Hatching Start Poultry Is Money. SPECIAL OFFER Genuine White Indian Runner Ducks The 20th Century Egg Machines—Over 250 Pure White Eggs a Year —Dry Land Ducks. Breeding Birds, $5.00 each, $15.00 per trio on a limited number. Eggs $2.50, $3 50 and $5.00 per setting. SEND IN YOUR ORDER AT ONCE PETALUMA INCUBATOR CO. PETALUMA CALL N. D...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 16 June 1914

1 B&NCER & KltWIX, Publishers. S A. Paper Devoted to the best Interests of the { subscription, ft-OO Per Annum LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JUNE 16, 1914. EJEurrm VOL. 39. NO. 34. : rz 1 , I Thank ¥011 /A' .ftFor the patronage given us since we opened. |f our drug business. We realize that any bus- '* iiness owes it's success to it's friends. YOU ARE WELCOME \here at all times. We want you to make ^ our store headquarters at any and all times, jjb ;i> We are in a position to save you money On your drug store-f^ .4purchases. We are building our business for the future and fe/ ^are always ready to extend every accommodation possible. '•I and Mail Orders Special Attention Given to fhoiie r i_uwm.Tr -iircuwwtnirwn^rwinf.* w r T « • THE REXALL STORE _ "> O.r.., >vKL^ l-'W- :V w i 1 1 nM There's No Time Like Tha Presam Don't wait until you have a large deposit. We want your business whether large or small. We are here to receive deposits and loan money. TIME TO Emm-nmii Small ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 16 June 1914

The responsibility for the perfect wife and mother of TOMORROW rests with the mother of TODAY. How are YOU rearing your daughter? Are you fitting her for the responaibilitlea that are sure to come to her? Are you endowing her with a sound body, robust health and a clear, forceful mind? Or, are you, by ncglect, condemning her to a life of suffering invalidism? Argue as you wilt, plead as you will, YOU CANNOT DODGE THE RESPONSI- BILITY—your daughter will be just what you make her. STELLA-VITAE Is the happy combina- tion of harmless but wonderfully effective natural remedies that give to the budding girl that assistance so necescary to pass her successfully from girlhood to womanhood. Are you availing yourself of i'.s remarkeble virtues to give your daughter the assist- ance she needs so much? Or are you allowing prejudice or reluctance to try a remedy you have never tried be- fore, rob your daughter of her right to re- ceive every help you can give her? If It is prejudice, dismiss it ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 16 June 1914

I,'.'# 1 1 1 I I / ,, THE CASS COUNTY SUN USES FOR PRESERVE JUICE May Be Mad* the Batla for Many Dainty Deaaarta and Cooling Bevaragea. Many housekeepers find at this tlma the y*+~ that they have a certain moun' of r mned fruit and fruit juicea left from the winter'* aupply. Theaa make the basia for many dainty de ■erts and cooling beverages for the Warmer weather. There are many ways In which fruit JuIcm can be UBed. A delicious blano mange can be made with the fruit Juica lined aa flavoring. The Juicea can be boiled and uaed aa pudding aauca. They can also be used In ic« cream. One very delicious pudding sauce ia made by boiling any kind of fruit Juice, and when thick, adding a few chopped nuta and small blta of candied orange peel. To make a cooling and delightful spring dessert take a pint of fruit Juice or the blended Juices of varloua fruits. When heated to boiling thicken with cornstarch wet in a little cold water. Mold the fruit pudding and nerve with a little whipped cream....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 16 June 1914

/ • t wj-USLM OF ALL KINDS See our prices before buying elsewhere. OASS OOUNTY SUN .'•j -VV. MwBBKfrSrjE COMMISSIONERS' COURT, <T B \ it \>!(;EU W. L. EHWIN . Be it remembered th tt a Regular Se_s- : sion of the Commissioners' Court of Cass 3ANGEB & ERWIN, * Eu!T8?.S AHD PROPRIETORS. 1'tIK 0A.S8 COlTHTV STIH pabllblied eye*y vnVui;', In •Ml' r-iotl at the-Union postofllue na Sbco:iu.Oi&Vi matter. kaTks op subscription: ittSle copy per year ' $1.00 •' six months ' 50 cents No papers sent out without, the cash lu advance; paper stopped wheu time is fiirt, or we lose it. Obituary notices and cards of thanks iP be inserted at two-and-a-half cents oei line To The Voters of Cass County. I will be a candidate in the Jt ly primary tar the nomina- tion by the Democratic Party for a second term <13 Chief Jus- tine of the Court ofCivil Appeals for this district. If in your opinion (ho services rendered by me in that position havo been reasonably satisfactory, I will be glad to...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 16 June 1914

■<kJ '. - ■ I ^ > V/V, 'W. * ' UJ.JJ-i'. . JIlElllMj. J' J'J'lli - — J®® m , . . <;-r> ■ ®S$r *•• JiS.fi?. ' aawo uncements Distr Oouni/ - . . - 5.00 Precinct Offices, - - - 2.50 ' - CASH IN ADVANCE. MM IVirn to Mr «nd Mrs Arthur | Mrs. Clara lleudor^ua rotor nod Vi pp'uxid Sunday from a visit to Mrs. A, Buchmaior at Lanier. rrrr5c-<i ^/fwcw*',wjw! in t'Jttto ' * * J — * We arc authorized to announce the following candidates, subject to the ac- tion of the Democratic primary. Fit Congress— EUGENE BLACK HORACE W. VAUGHAN Ffcr Sea?.'.';.', 1st "District— r. t>. ' onouoH JOHN M. HENDERSON For District Attorney— HUGH CARNEY. B. ROLSTON .For Flotorial Rciiresentutive.ftrd Dist.— T. D. ROW ELL, of Jefferson For County Judge— A T. B AKER J. "-VT * 'IN J -"R ' NE'.SON For Sh i iff— J. F. MIT HELL V. A. WALLACE For County Clerk— EMMETf FLORENCE BOB MOORE J. D. BOONE 'Tor Coutity Treasurer— T. L. NIPPER For County Attorney— ELMER L. LINCOLN of Linden. MARTIN ALI.DAY For Tax ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 16 June 1914

' ■ ■ < ■ . — TEXAS BREVITIES PLAN TO PERMIT NAMING OF 8UC- CESSOR BY HUERTA 0PP08ED BY AMERICANS. ir msm ■ WW. op 1 'A* ~.r, S ' THE CASS COUNTY SUN pras! sab RECOGNITION IS INVOLVED 'One Mexican Delegate Regards Point a* Technicality Which Can Be Waived. Niagara Falls, Ont.—The United States Is unwilling to extend recogni- tion to a new provisional president if named according to the method pre- scribed by the Mexican delegates, which is that Gen. Huerta would ap- point as minister of foreign affairs the man who is agreed on here to head the new government. The Washing- ton administration contends that if Gen. Huerta is permitted to name the foreign minister, who by constitution- al concession would be elevated ^to the presidency even though the selection be made here, such an act would be construed as recognition of the Huerta government. On this issue the mediating plenipo- tentiaries came to a flat disagreement late Tuesday. For more than two hours the medi- ators and Americ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 16 June 1914

- - ■ ...>?::, :■■■ >; ■ -p r . . ■ ■■- P^; ■ Mreis sek< OWENS' ... - •• ■,, ■,.;•.■> J vlr ,w*$ •>*: ctrr-: M$: tWl S fl R ' 11;"$ * ?\ ,,■# " ..■■i!«PPP .. Mil ^s?* WW •'," if*;- THE CASS COUNTY SUN '¥ '•W^s'^aa" >•' •'&•-• ./flPV ftf-P ">.• 1 M ' .. I i 1 Charles w /x/Hv Edmonds Aii_ , LOCK . Heafc Author or "The Sitter Blade?. "The Tdternotfler Kub£' Etc. (SOpyjSfGTfT JSU2. 3L. C.74cCZU&G'Qc CO synopsis. Ralph Van Vechten, a young man of leisure, la astonished to see a man enter No. 1313, a house across the street from the Powhatan club, long unoccupied and spoken of as the House of Mystery. Sev- eral persons at regular Intervals enter No. 1313. Vnn Vechten expresses concern to his friend, Tom Phlnney, regarding the whereabouts of his cousin and fiancee, Paige Carew. A mnn la forcibly ejected from the house. Van Vechten and T°m 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 ■ur...

Publication Title: Cass County Sun, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 16 June 1914

Ef 1; ? '"'V fife* •\ JPfif : V . < • . a ! ssh n Jl(j)omons Drink- Everybodysj)mk mp W/ A m W ^figorously* good — and keenly delicious. Thirst-quenching and refreshing. The national beverage —and yours. Demand tho genuine bj* full name— Nicicnamfti encourage substitution. THE COCA-COLA COMPANY Atlanta. Ga. wlinimf you tee an Arrow think of Coca-Cola. Kii ■ . v$ ■' ^ DIRECTORY * •' -• 4 / Dlmrchcs Allen Urqulmrlt DRTJGGlST. THE BEST OF EVERYTHING IN THE DRUGjLINE. Mail Orders Filled Promptly. Moseley Bldg. Jefferson, Texas. BUY A PET ALU MA BUY A PETALUMA rmri/PWC Are Raised vfl ItlVLn O Profitably THE PETALUMA WAY SEND FOR CATALOGS NOW Get An Early Hatching Start Poultry Is Money. SPECIAL OFFER Genuine White Indian Runner Ducks The 20th Century Egg Machines—Over 250 Pure White Eggs a Year ' —Dry Land Ducks. Breeding Birds, $5.00 each, $15.00 per trio on ; a limited number. Eggs $2.50, $3 50 and $5.00 per setting. SEND IN YOUR ORDER AT ONCE PETALUMA INCUBATOR CO. PETALUMA CALI. N...

Publication Title: Cass County Sun, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 23 June 1914

■*: / Hi u- mmrngm U$V ■ ':,%1 SB « u<" i , f: • & liKIVliX, Publishers. } A. Paper [Devoted tc> the best Interests of the People. {Subscription, *1.6© ^er AafiMin * \$m aBig VOL. 39. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JUNE 23, 1914. NO. 525. 30,000,000 Steel Plant js^ Financed flis Will Be Buiit at Texas £ity for Manufacture of Iron and Steel Products. woia! to The Dallas News. Galveston, Tex., J tine 12.— ;ws came to Galveston by ca- •gratn today from G. W. McEl- ^ley in Europe that the Houth- tetern Steel Development Com- ny, a #80,000,000 corpora- ;ni has been successfully finnnc- i by European capital. The jws of the successful financing 1 the company means assurance 'the construction of one of the •pest steel plants in the South, st across the bay from Galves- >n, at Texas City. Retails of the financing of the fjrporation were not given in Uhe brief cablegram. It is understood thatthe great- er part of tlu* capital was secur- J! by Mr. McElhinev, in Belgium, ,nat it will bec...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 23 June 1914

i*/ > '•• ■ '• •* ®ri •-•*••'*.- ■ ••' ■ ■• &i>. w '•''.-' a~ ct, ' 4 --•••T^rr -■ Ji ' • • '■Mi•. ■ :ft ■/' Afr# :' ■ 5>i ■**. ilPi^ flPH ? r%^. 1® ■ I \ FABLES SLANG cafvtwr/rffi ctoocf APe- THE NEW FABLE OF THE DIVINE 8PARK THAT HAD A SHORT CIRCUIT. One Evening at a converted Rink known aa the Grand Opera House, a flock or Intrepid Amateurs put "on a War Drama. Lila, principal Child of the Egg and Poultry King, played a Daughter of the Southland, and her Hair shaken out and Lamp Black on her Eye-Wink- ers, so as to look like Maxlne. All of her Relations and the other Members of the Pocahontas Bridge Whist and Pleasure Club were In Front, and they gave her a Hand every time she stepped out from behind a Tree. At U P. M. she was up oh a lone- some Eminence, right between Sara Bernhardt and .lulia Marlowe, waiting i'or a Telegram from C. F. to come on and tackle the Role that was too Heavy for Maude Adams. The proud Parents awoke next Morning to discover that Lady Mac- ...

Publication Title: Cass County Sun, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 23 June 1914

m'A% m■*& T^Si®mLssr HI : ^<bsSE T'V y,, > •••'' mam,•-: krtxiteimmtf tft, V iBgwftwa ■ -§ $*<8® W . }JW A;- ■ .v S ■■- ''S3 ■!■■■ JEawps .<%• SESe:?' i3 *Sr.' ■ - — • ■ y ■ K«L -= • • «i*v,.. •,. 1";,,- t ' if ■-"■* * I 1' . -; ,.' : ?& * V*" :'.*' :,' •, THE CASS COUNTY SUN DRY-FARM PRINCIPLES benefits resulting soon be- come evident to farmer. Importance of Packer and Other Int plementa Fully Realized by Early Settlers—Summer Raina Sup- ply Needed Molature. There are few districts In the west- ern provinces and very few farmers In Rny district but what would be greatly benefited by a more careful and Intel Ugent application of dry-farming prin- ciples to their operations on the land. These principles embody the essen- tial elements of all good cultural meth- ods, "Thoroughness and System," and are based on an experimental and scientific knowledge of the nature and requirements of the soil and the va- riety and dependability of the climatic conditions peculiar ...

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