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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 23 June 1914

■ ■ \ ■ • - OASS COUNTY SUN ! ~ m •i 1 I . ' I I I I I — \ i W. I.. ERWIN at. E. A. BANOElt BANGER & ERWIN, EDITORS AMO -PROPRIETORS. 4J ■ ii)'n ■ rr1 '■ —i ■' arggaqg— I IIKCA88 COUNTY SUN published every luotday, Is entered at the IJnden poslofflce us 8econd.Cl* s matter. fctfmklor subscription: Staglc copy p«r year 11 ll.OO " "six-months ' SOccnts No papers sent out without the cash in advance; paper stopped when time is ->ut, or we lose it. Obituary notices and carils of thanks d il1 be insetted at two-and/a-half cents p*i -line ' ' Report of Ladies AW Society. The Ladies Aid met at regular hour atohurch Thursday even- ing. Opened by President. Song—Make Me a Channel oj Blessing. Scripture reading—1st chapter of John. Repeated the Lord's prayer. Song—Somebody Loves i'ou, "Tis Jesus. Reading and approval of min- utes. Bible Lesson—1st half of 1st Book of Samuel. Program for Missionary Meet- ing was read as follows: 1. Hymn. 2. Prayer—By President. 3. Bible Study and Paragr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 23 June 1914

h"'X, W BKr'l ['' ?| ';• • 'ffi x -.-• ■-. mgm ' -if" ' wflRft r' «v/J-r ■ ■'. TV.-.' •JS ■:,':XfP': ... >"Ms f — /A^VO UK CEMENTS r.Arus: •District Offices, ...... . $10.00 County Offices, , M.t 5.00 '.Prcciuet Offices, - . . 2.60 CASH IN ADVANCE. ISB We £re uuthori/.<:<> to announce the following C3imiutites, subject to tUe ac- tion of the Dei&ocratic primary. Oongless—• Eugene iu.ack horace w. vaughan For Senator, 1st District— r. p. dorouoh john m. henderson For District Attorney— HUGH CARNEY. «. ROLSTON For Flotorial Representative.Srd Dist.— T. D. ROWELL, of Jefferson t*or County Judge— A. T. UAtCER J. P. FANT S. M. GRIFFIN T. D. CAR\VILE HENRY D.NELSON For Sheriff— J. F. MITvHET.Iy V. A. WALLACE For County Clerk— KMMIvTT FLORENCE BOB MOORE J. D. UOONB For County Treasurer— t. i.. nipper For County Attorney— ELMER L. LINCOLN of Linden. MARTIN ALLDAY Foi Tax Collector— r. ii. Griffin T. I. HOPKINS, nf liloombur^ I! I,. WILLIAMS I'm f ix Assessor — \Y. C. WILLIAM...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 23 June 1914

■Hi ■ fc mM mi \ - y sl: OF CARRANZA'S HAS SEIZED PRACTICALLY ALL NORTHERN MEXICO FROM FORMER CHIEF. ARREST TREASURY EMPLOYES Customs House at Juarez Taken a Censorship Placed on All Messages. IS BREVITIES nd El Paso, Texas.—Gen. Villa tender* >d nis resignation to Gen. Carranza wit h in the last week, it became kntmn Tuesday niglit. j To Villa's message the constitution- alist commander-in-chief replied, asK- Ing who would succeed him. Follow- ing this, Villa's military chiefs held t a conference and sent a "round robli! to Carranza, declaring they would ac- cept none other than Villa as leade r. Gen. Villa ordered all commanders of garrisons throughout the territoi y he controls to report at. once at To:-, reon. This order was accepted omin- ously by observers here. History cty the Pascual Orozco rebellion against President Madero was revived. Orozco, like Villa, was a leader of volunteer troops of Chihuahua stale, and as a popular favorite led a revo- lution against the former...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 23 June 1914

—*-r iS <w •[ - ( sfS- . - Aft - ""■£ ' / ; ■ ' i Ar;' - •;.. ffd? ■ il E* '^'rSraV®? l:."\ SfSBE TAB CASS COUNTY SUN IKI t- MW K*Jm ■"-"■"■JJ- fife > : ' ft Ch&rleS Edmonds Author of WaIL> lThe Sifter Blade!] "The Paternoster Xz/fyyJ' Etc. (Sopy&iG/fr jz.&3fcczu&(7& Co SYNOPSIS. Ralph Van Vechten, a younff man of Mrt U I'llc ftHtoni«hed to boo a man enter 0 j1'113' ,l liouHe across tho street from «. i owhatan club, long unoccupied and spoken of as the House of Mystery. Rev- N W*nrl tlt re ular intervals enter fy. ,,JI:5 Van Vechten expresses concern to hi« friend, Tom Phinney, regarding the S'" reabouts of his cousin and fiancee, iJl,K0 J'^rew. A man Is forcibly ejected trnin the house. Vivn Vechten and Tom follow th" man and And him dead in the Stic. t Van Vechten Is attracted by Wie to m of ;i girl in the crowd of onlookers tmrroundins; the body. Detective Flint calls on Van Vechten to get his version of the traw'dy. Tom Phinney goes alone on a yacht...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 23 June 1914

■ a wswrn^mk ' w. ■*(*- " 1 .''A' rv. m <i i IS l W- y&r mm iff." Here! Sip by sip here's pure enjoyment—cool com- fort—a satisfied thirst —a contented palate. Whenever you see an Arrow think t r.0c.?-C?\! Demand the genuine by full name— Nicknames encourage substitution, THE COCA-COLA COMPANY ATLANTA, GA. zv Allen Urquharl, DRUGGIST. THE BEST OF EVERYTHING IN THE DRUGiLINE. Mail Orders Filled Promptly. Moseley Bldg. Jefferson, Texas. BUY A PET ALUM A BUY A PET ALUM A CHICKENS 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 $2.30, $3 50 and $5.00 per setting. SEND IN YOUR ORDER AT ONCE PETALUMA INCUBATOR CO. PETALUMA CALI. N. Delaware St., Indianapolis VV. C. BLALOCK m. i). cflvens Q '^3 3 GENERAL STORE I'/hepe y©u will find a full and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 30 June 1914

I IP HP? rJTr, . v ' " •*■' ■ •*•. Uir-vr'Wf ratf -V ' ■"'^■ " ': -• ' ^ : • ' A • " " *A„i' . • JULJ ,! • <4s8HBu*>'• V ii* -.-'^ '" vV . -" ' ' ■m ''■V * ,\iii'is ,v nty.'i.'* r^iiiii«li«N, ^ A. Paper DevotfiJi to the l>6st Tnfcer&d !,'.■.; of th.3 ."'ooplo. i £uiili> i;ir8ipfl*«i>!ia) tM-Ofl* Ptr Annwffc' Vol. se LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JUNE 30, 1914. NO. %6. egrst Successful Farmiug. Card of Thanks. We all think in tho days of J-i.■uxv.mm.t' :ui.l pllick nearly prOM*)J(,,.it.y ttlld hoalth that we always turn ^om into joy and fui|v understand the nieatllng of kllPf^iJfiil I I in tiin ii ulut on n tnliaa . . „ the word friend but never before success. Tho man who snatches victory from defeat, when trials havo we beeH able to comprehend are exasperating when too many KO cleaHy tUe f|J„ 8igniflcance of things are ruin- t,hat word. None only those who have suffered similar afflictions said " ed." give up, Too much rain earlv in the kpibig, no doubt, has put a ^a.u...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 30 June 1914

■v :' .« • 'S' v h IS: (attempt is made to blow up building with dynamite, but pr0ve8 futile. MOVER MAKES HIS ESCAPE Trouble Results From Attempt e 1 Western Federation Officials to Hold "Peace" Meeting. Butte, Mont.—Violence broke out fcnew Tuesday night in the struggle between factions of the Butte miners' union and three men were shot, one being killed by a fusillade fired by deputy sheriffs in clearing uniou hall. An attempt was made to dynamite the miners' hall, but the charge failed to do any great amount of damage. The explosion could be heard for blocks. Armed men proceeded to the Stew- art mine and boldly carried down boxes of dynamite In the attempt to blow up the hall, but the guns of deputies pre- vented effective placing of the charge Charles H. Moyer, president of the Western Federation of Miners, and Other officers of the union who were to address a peace meeting in the hall, «*fled through the rear door of the au- ditorium when the shooting began. They are said to ha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 30 June 1914

*533 • I~$m'' ' 't "• i v- ■ - ■ *-;,V■■: . .. ' j MM 'V' * • ' ■4*1 r tef .■■■ ■ • r ■■: , b I' i W&W*$ iiCTniiTj THE CASS COUNTY SUN mtim The Land of Broken Promises A Stirring Story of the Mexican Revolution By DANE COOLIDGE jiiukwtf"The Fit bring K<xL" "Hidden Wmterfc" "The Texicmu." Etc* (Copyright. 1914, by Frank A. Mumcy.) % A story of border Mexico, vivid, Intense, such as has never before been written, Is this one of Ameri- can adventurers Into the land of manana. Texan, mining engineer, Spanish seyior and senorita, peon, Indian, crowd Its chapters with clear-cut word pictures of busi- ness, adventure and love, against a somber background of wretched armies marching and counter- marching across a land racked by revolution and without a savior. CHAPTER I. The slow-rolling winter's sun rose coldly, far to the couth, riding up from behind the saw-toothed Sierras of Mexico to throw a silvery halo on Gadsden, the border city. A hundred miles of desert lay in its path—a wa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 30 June 1914

' wmm I mm* COUNTY *4 E. A. BANQKK W. L. BRWIN BARGEE & ERWIN, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. t« TEXAS FACTS INTERl'RBANS. There are 550 miles of internr« bau lines in Texas. v ■ I p I m I as. tiibcass county PlIN iiphllfched evefy Tuesday, 1« i-iiteroJ et the I.lnrtrn jioBtofllye *i4 SooouU.Clana mettei. rates op subscription: single copy per year ' $1.00 " six months ' 50 cents pj^jes of Texas No papers sent out without the cash connections. In advancB; paper stopped when time is out, or we lose it. During 1913, 215 miles of -now interurban lines were built in Tex- All. except two of the principal have intorurban Obituary notices and cards of thanks will be inserted at two-and a-half cciits >■31 line VitaS Statistics For May. Austin, Texas., June 27.—Three .oik of triplets and thirty-six nets :>f twins were horn iu Texas dur- ii May, accordingfcotbemonth- ly report issued today by R. P. Babcoek, State Kegistrae of Vi- tal statistics. The total number of births was J>,6r96. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 30 June 1914

77^r ■ VJ I I JJBCjw— ""CT" Count., i'recinct Offices, CASH IN ADVANCE We are authorized to juinounce tjlt following candidate!, Subject to the ac- M6n of tha Democratic primary. For Congress— EUGENE BLACK HORACE W. VAUGHAN For Senator, 1st District— R. P. DOROUGII JOHN M. IIENbERSON For District Attorney— HUGH CARNEY, n. ROLSTdN . For Flotorial Representative,3rd Dist.— T. D. ROW ELL, of Jefferson fcor County Judge— A. T. BAKER T. P. FANT S. M. GRIFFIN J. !>. C VUWILR HENRY I). NELSON For Sheriff— J. F. MIT.HELL V. A. WALLACE For County Clerk — EMM KIT FLORENCE BOB MOORE J. I). BOONE 4 For County Tieasiirer— T. L. NIPPER For County Attorney— ELMER L. LINCOLN of Linden. MARTIN ALLDAY For Tax Collector—• R. H. GRIFFIN T. J. HOrKINS, -if Bloomburg E. L. WILLIAMS For Tax As* - W. C. WILLIAMS For District Clerk — #• k. II. II({FNER For County .Superintendent- • DREW PORTE For County Repifsent.il ivc- J. M. RICKERSON W. 1). LANIER ft>! C"''i:ui'-si"iiei, I'n'i'inots I and 8— I A v ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 30 June 1914

' ' 1/ ; .. \s over the i Is on« day whi*n'<« fondly lo i The Ivy rlad abbeys a '1 i\aatle* /in tombs Are aeen through a tear,111 M • eyti When the calendar paint* to tta it glorious date. , The Fourth of July. We know from the pine* on M e Kenne- bec's bunks <T To the. live oaks. In mantles of gray, On the Indian river, Oie lund o t the free Is everywhere keeping: the <1* Y. Prom the walls of the mansion and cot- tage alike In the breezes of summertime fly The star studded folds of the rpd, white and blue. On Fourth of July. So let cannons and cracks am 1 pistols and drums And plnwheels and rockets that With booming and bursting anl and bang And sputter and whls and uprrtar. Proclaim we are glad we were biyrn in a land The best that is under the aky And are proud of that truly Aqnerlcan day, Tho Fourth of July SH —Minna Irving In Leslie's W|eekly. WOMEN WHO HELPED TO FREE COUNTRY THE CASS COUNTY SUN «—- v Numerous Instances Where the Wives and Daughters of Patriots Showed ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 30 June 1914

■... * . I I I I I \ mmm -s-; \ , / " \ 'f® I.- VS.', , _ 8UN J i S"' ': JJ&. I V - ' , J /■ cr- P7 jy *w-. MAKE THESE AT HOME better flavorings than can BE PURCHASED. Ro«# Leave* Cooked With 8ugar Un- til It Jellies la One of the Beat— Ginger Extract Little Trouble to Prepare—Vanilla. When roses are In bloom those who have gardens can make a deli- cious Jelly from the petals for flavor- ing cakes, puddings or sauce. The rose loaves must be laid on trays to dry, otherwise they will mildew before a sufficient quantity are ready. Put the petals Into a pre- serving kettle with Just enough water to cover and cook until they are every one tender. Thon measure and cook with sugar, pint for pint, until It changes to a thick Jelly. A teaspoon- ful Is enough to flavor any dish. Rose Flavoring.—Fill a bottle with roso leaves, crowding In as many as possible. Pour In pure grain alcohol, so the petals are covered, and cork tightly. Set away in a cool place for several weeks. Then strain and...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 30 June 1914

iluirchr* !, baptist r w. w, Morris, pastor Sunday Schttol at lOd'clock a. m. each luriday, S. it. Vance, Superintendent. Preaching every Sunday by the Tastor at II a. m. and at night Prayer meeting every Friday night Ladies Aid Society meets every Satur day evening w •■'■tWS Tnti ■ mm SWT""" '" m inks & Bps —it answers every beverage re- quirement—vim, virjor, refreshment, wholesomeness. It will satisfy you Demand the genuine by full name- Nicknames encourage substitution. the coca-cola company ATLANTA, GA Whenever you sec an Arrow think cf Coca-Cola, PI PkftoctJti&iur us « no iWa UKUKN, tkxas Prompt attenlibh giVtn tb ul 1 calls day or night. Office on south stde of Court House sqttare \y if Allem WJwquhart9 DRUGGIST. THE BEST OF EVERYTHING IN THE DRUG,LINE. Mail Orders Filled Promptly. Moseley Bldg. Jefferson, Texas. BUY A PETALUMA CHICKENS BUY A PETALUMA Are Raise'! Profitably THE PETALUMA WAY SEND FOR CATALOGS NOW Get An Early Hatching Start——Poultry Is Money. SPECIAL O...

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

mmi «a i fWwfc. «, *• v . • • ' *>,.. / / ' "4-' ' * 'H W IK Ml S P ■■* iiii ^: TfSfl *%fe: a £ 'V-. " ' '2>>, .1 | !Ji^.'r 'V '•">.- <!* /.' otmta 111 ,N®ER tc ERW1W, fnkliak«n. ^ A. Faper Devoted to the best Interests of tlie Feople. (SubscripOon, fl OOffr ftam VOL. 39. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JULY 7, 19i4 A Feat In Taxation and not in Economy. Mr. Underwood rfssures the country that the Government's irevenues for the current fiscal ^edr win he ample to defray all of its expenses, and that the de- ficit so confidently predicted by the opponents of the party In power will not occur. Going fur- ther, Mr. Underwood predicts that next years surplus will be even greater than this years, as- suming, of course, that there will be no extraordinary expendi- tures next year. It hardly be comes a laytnali to give unre- served acceptance to any proph- ecies as to what will be the state of the nation's finances at a fu- ture date. Experts themselves, or those who profess to be, ...

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

*$?! . 'ijini \ <' ~7 .'•v \y •ui.iovl DESSERT® FOR U88 DURING "GREEN* MA SON. Rhubarb Compote Alw«y ■ Favorite With Our Mother* and Grandmoth- er*—Engliah Rhubarb Pudding —Appla and Pla Plant PI*. {By LIDA AMES WILLIS.) In response to leveral recent In- quiries for recipes (or rhubarb and gooseberry dishes, such as mother or grandmother "used to make," the fol- lowing list has been compiled: Rhubarb Compote.—This Is Aunt Betty Martin's recipe: Make a rich etrup by adding sugar to the water In which long strips of orange peel hare been boiling until tender, allowing two oranges to five pounds of rhu- barb. Drop into the hot sirup a single layer of tender rhubarb cut in three-inch lengthi, and cook gently until clear. Remove with skimmer and add another layer. Use tender red stalks that C > not require peeling. If you grow your own plants. Baked Rhubarb. — Aunt Betty's grandnlece sends this old-time recipe: Wash and peel the stalks and cut In Inch pieces, place In a covered plt...

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

- t ,, I KMBaifa f'iKl / " %"'• '■ • ■.'■ Ik ; , ■ W t, , .. THE CASS COUNTY SUN Sg VARIOUS USES FOR GELATIN •' *■ ■ i, m ' (Properly Playg an Important Part Is tha Preparation of All Kinds of Deeterta. 8 a lo i Gelatin plays an Important part in linany a recipe. A tasty dessert la 'made thus: Dissolve the contents of ne envelope of granulated gelatin In Jone pint of boiling water; stir It to melt the powder and then pour It Into bowl, and as soon as It starts to "Jel" beat with a rotary egg-beater until It Is light. Then pour In half a pint of rich, sweet milk, a pinch of aalt, two ounces of crushed stale al- mond macaroons; If this Is soft, put It on the Ice until It stiffens again, then jedd a few drops of sweet almond fla- vorlng and one gill of granulated sugar. Wet a mold, pour the water out of It and refill with the mixture; put It In the refrigerator to ripen. Serve with plain or whipped croam and lady Angers. With Fruit.—Fill Individual glasses a little more than half with ...

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

w mmm , 8. A. BANGER W . L. EKWXN BANGER & ERWIN, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS, TjIE CA5« CO UK TV SGH published overy Tuesday, U enterod at the Llntlao post office oa SocodU.CUbs matter. ratbs or subscription: Single copy per year ' $1.00 " six mouths 60 cents No papers sent out without the cash In advance; paper stopped when time is out, or we lose it. Obituary notices and cards of thanks jrill be inserted at two-and-a-half cents ' pei line Good Roads. A boost for gcodiroads is bread cast upon the waters. An optimist was never known to oppose road or st reet improve- ment. Economy in all of its angles is embodied in the question of good rsiads. The best way to get road im- provement started is to begin with the split log drag. This habit then becomes contagious. Candidates who are afraid to advocate improved roads, had best be kept at home. This means that they are untrue to their expressed desire to save the country. Ministers of (he gospel need have uo misgivings about preach- in...

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

w a I BP "WWW V ** /-. • ~V* *V*- ppgagm^ - r* — am;*> W&3m «7 uttty Offices. Precinct jBfflcts, : , • 'CASH IN ADVANCE. T. nr. Cochran left yesterday to visit relatives and transact bu- $10# sinese at Abilene. 5.00 2.60 We at. snuttoiirizcd to announce the following candidate^, subject to the ac- tion <Vf the Democratic primary, Fur Congress— EUGENE BLACK HORACE VV. VAUGHAN For Senator, 1st District— R. P. DOROUGH JOHN M. HENDERSON Ftir District Attorney— HUGH CARNEY. B. ROLSTON For Flotorial Representative,8rd Dist'.— T. D. RdWRLL, of Jefferson For County Judge— A. T. BAKER J. P. FANT S. M. GRIFFIN J. D. CAR WILE HENRY D. NELSOtf For Sheriff— J. F. MIT.HELL V. A. WALLACE t^or County Clerk— EM MUTT FLORENCE BOB MOORE J. I). BOONE For County Treasurer-— T. L. NIPPER Fot County Attorney— ELMER L. LINCOLN of LinciSn. MARTIN ALLDAY For Tax Collector—* R. II GRIFFIN T. J. HOPKINS, of Btooraburg E. L. WILLIAMS For Tax Assessor— W. C. WILLIAMS For District Clerk—■ C. H. HEFNER F...

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

II II r'lJR .a ><y\ I TO LEAVE MEXICO CAROEN WARN8 HI3 COUNTRY. MEN OF IMPENDING CEf"" TION OF TRANSPORTAT E89A. HON. EIGHT HONORED ARE THERE JThl« Number Residing In Mexlo<> City, Departure Suggested Fearlngj No Opportunity Later. j Mexico City.—Sir Lionel cjarden, British minister, Monday advised all British subjects temporarily to,: leave Mexico. He said the shortage pf fuel Used in the operation of trains was becoming more acute dally anjd that the trains probably soon wouljd stop running, which would make difficult the departure of persons in the in- terior. Sir Lionel said he believed it to be his duty to urge all British subjects to leave the capital Immediately and children be removed. The minister declared he had no desire to fright- en members of the British colony. He Bald he had not ordered them, to go, Buch a course only being advised. Eight hundred British subjects are reported at the legation as now resid- ing in the City of Mexico. It is the minister's pl...

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

M «K?'Sifl T"' • • f- ■ ;<?£■! ■:! , — THE CASS COUNTY SUN Wt ■ <? Lav d if Broke, Promises .A Stirring Story of the Mexican Revolution By DANE COOLIDGE jtushnrf"The Fighting Fool," "Hidden Watcra." "1 be "i'cilcan." fclu (Copyunlit, 1914, by Frank A. Munscy.) SYNOPSIS. Hu<l Hooker and Phi! DeLance> are forced, owing to the revolution In Mexico, to give up (heir mining claim and return to the United Htates. In the border town of Gadsden Hooker meets Henry Kruger, a wealthy miner, who hints of a big min- ing proposition In Mcxlco that ha wants Hooker to take charge of. CHAPTER II—Continued. "That's the rock," he said. "She runs four hundred dollars to the ton, and the ledge Is eight Inches wide be- tween the walls. Nice ore, eh? And she lays between shale and porphyry." Hfs eyes sparkled aa he carefully replaced the specimen, and then he looked up at Bud. "I'll let you In on that," he said, "half and half—or I'll pay two hundred dollars a month and a bonus. You alone. Now...

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