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

W li' ;.-i- ■ ' ' 1 ■ , !•- K ■ ft 11 g&4als J, ... ■ J .. ... JMfadsdeink- £QhmansDruit~ ^vert/body's Veinl '■ <■ * ... 'J.;* 1& •■' t - - - m:,, ^/igorcusly good — and keenly delicious. Thirst-quenching i and refreshing. . The national beverage —and yours. Demand the genuine by full nttne— Nickn/unss encourage substitution. THE COCA-COLA COMPANY Atlanta, Ga. <mmm K ?•; DIB.EO.TORT •;frT^: -".'Jjv f • ' ;T tylinrehen Whenever you see an Arrow think of Coca-Celt. Allen WJrquhart9 DRUGGIST. THE BEST OF EVERYTHING IN THE DRUG.LINE. Mail Orders Filled Promptly. Moseley Bldg. Jefferson, Texa3. BUY A PETALUMA H J' i j •—i tjp'O1- r • *" CHICKENS THE PETALUMA WAY BUY A PETAUJMA Ar« Raised Profitably SEND FOR OATALOQS NOW G«t An Early Hatching Start Poultry Is P!on«y. 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 / J limited number. Eggs $2.50, $3 ...

Publication Title: Cass County Sun, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 14 July 1914

■AKfct-.B Ac EKWI.V. P'ubiisher#. > A. Paper Devoted to the best Interests of the People. i Sufc cri|>«ion, •■ • Per VOL. 39. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JULY 14, 1914. NO. 528. Present Generation Shirks Hard Educate Yourself By Reading. Work. | — i "Fi^toon Minutes a Pay Spent in the Right Sort of Heading Will Give Anybody a Liberal Edu- cation." Do you long for an education? Are you lamenting the fact that One does not havg to frequent the highway* of trade to hear echoes of the tramp of the army of the Unemployed. Five men at the door this all but one of thmn young and appar-iyou had to stop school at an eritly vigorous, and yet but one early age on account of poor of them engaged In a really ser- viceable mission. The hitter was a youth with a small kit of tools looking" for leaky roofs to mend or any odd job of repairs. One fine up standing fellow was sell- ing 5c packages of a well-known washing powder to finance his way through college, so he said. Another was "introducing"...

Publication Title: Cass County Sun, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 14 July 1914

Wf' -^2 hep: ■ " ^nai . , . w- S SLANG Tlw New Fable of the Galloping Pil- grim Who Tried to Sit Down by the Wayelde. A certain affluent Bachelor hap- pened to be the only Grandson of a rugged Early Settler who wore a Coon- Skin Cap and drank Corn Juice out of a Jug. Away back In the Days when «*ery Poor Man had Bacon in the fcSmoke House, this Pioneer had been soaked In a Trade and found himself loaded up with a Swamp Subdivision In the Edge of Town. Fifty years later the City had spread two miles beyond the Swamp and Orandson was submerged beneath •o much Unearned Increment that be began to speak with what sounded to him like an English Accent and his Shirts were ordered from Paris, On the 1st of every Month the Agents would crawl into the Presence of the Grandson of the mighty Musk- rat Hunter and dump before him a Wagonload of Paper Money which had been snatched away from the strug- gling Shop-Keepers, who in turn, had wheedled it from the People who paid m Nickel apiece for Sun...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 14 July 1914

^ H| :L"' \ m ' ' ; ■■'-rjWk,, * ''"" ■Rfm ; vVi-Vv «J I ■ Mil ' r,'_, 1 "' -"r-r -tr;T;-y -a. §*11 -'f'j m~- = THE CASS COUNTY SUN GOOD SUMMER SAUCES EXCELLENT TO 8KRVB WITH COLD DI8WES. Recipes of Franoh Chef That Should B« Useful — Tartar 8auc« for Broiled 8ardlnea la Some- thing of a Novelty. % A good sauce adds zeat to what oth- erwise might be Insipid and unattrac- tive in the way of food. The season Is it hand when cold disheB are often the moat appetizing and the most conven- ient to serve. Very often a cunningly prepared sauce will lift such a dish from the uninteresting monotony of a "leftover" to a tempting morsel with the stamp of a French chef, in the large hotels where the aecreta of sauce- concocting are known, large profits ac- crue from the serving of dinner left- overs In a new Incarnation of luncheon entrees. These reclpeB for appetizing sauces, from the notebook of a French chef, may prove helpful to the summer y housewife: Verve Sauce for Cold Fish.—Mix by beati...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 14 July 1914

I 4 X' & JOUNT? J. E. A. BANOHlt w. t. BANGER & ER"< EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. TIIEGASB COUNTY SUN published ev«rj Tunwlay, Is eutrrod Hi tho IJuHe i«jstoffi'!a -, na ?«coad.Closa matter. raicsop Subscription: ;ie copy per year ' $1.00. " • six irtoMths 4 50 cents No !>ap?rs sent out without the cash ■i \dv\ncB; paper stopped when time is • it, or we lose it. ,Ii * r — MM "r," Svtfst 1 ffjs jfiffei ► • \ Obituary notices and cards of thanks y'rl' be inserted at two-and-a-half cents wi line y RUNNING AGAIN. Iu the primary four years ago Judge P. A. Turner, while dis- trict judge of tho district com- posed of Bowie, Ca9S, Franklin, Marion, Morris and Titus coun- ties, was a candidate for judge of the court of criminal appeals, anti was defeated by Judge Har- per. In the primary two years ago Judge Turner was a candi- date for reflection as district judge and was defeated by Judge Howard O'Neal. In that race Judge O'Neal not only bent Judge Turner is Cass County, where he ...

Publication Title: Cass County Sun, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 14 July 1914

SB PW|® mm , ■ < *■>&: fv m :*h . ; . ■HS •fTiT"'' ■■—r--' 'UXCEMEjYTS RATES: frict Officfg, - • - 110.00 County Offices, - - - 5:00 Precinct Offices, *- - - 2.80 CASH IN ADVANCE. ■ |B| ' -■ - - -1 We are authorized to announce the following candidates, subject to the ac- tion of the Democratic primary. For Congress— f EUGENE BLACK HORACE W. VAUfcHAN £or Senator, 1st District— R. P. DOROtJGH , JOHN M. HENDERSpN For District Attorney— HUGH CARNEY. B. ROI.STON IIFor Flotorial Representative,3rd Dist.— T. D. RO\^ELI,, of Jefferson 5 For County Judge— A. T. BAKER J. P. FANT S. M. GRIFFIN J. D. CARWILE HENRY D. NELSQfl For Sheriff— j. f, mit:hei.l V. A. WALLACE For County Clerk— . EMMETTFLORENCE BOB MOORE J. D. BOONE For County Treasurer— T. L. NIPPER For County Attorney— ELMER L. LIMwOLN of Linden. MARTIN AI.LDAY tor Tax Collector—1 R. II. GRIFFIN T. J. HOPKINS, of tiloombttr^ E. L. WILLIAMS For Tax Assessor— W. C. WILLIAMS For District Clerk— C. H. HEFNER For County Superinte...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 14 July 1914

W *• ... mf. THE CASS COUNTY SUN OiuMf £.' v -A. -.. • Vt£': •■<■. ■ -r .tt'=wy -•■:•■ 1 - .., , v -J TORREON CONFERENCE REPORTS CONFLICTING ONE STORY INDICATES EARL> SETTLEMENT; ANOTHER OF DEADLOCK. HI/ERTA'S MONEY FALLS Federal Bills Worth Five Cents Leaf Since Sunday's Election in South Mexico. Terreon, Coahulla.—At the con- clusion of Monday's session of tlie Carranza- Villa conference it was an- nounced that all matters taken up iad been arranged satisfactorily. It was made known that but a few- points remained to be settled and that none of these would influence the result of the conference. Deadlock Is Reported. El Paso, Texas.—The Villa-Car- ranza conference at Terreon is in a hopeless deadlock, according to re. ports here. It was said that both the Carranza and Villa delegates have demanded the eliimimation of certain advisers, to which neither of Carranza's cabinet and most ot Villa's advisers have been requested to resign, it was said. It was reported that General C...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 14 July 1914

• ymr- *'-•r ■ % 7f> TV pr 77 - * pgSjL |g.•• *w 0:: i ";' . " ' .; ' ' '.-.- - THE CASS COUNTY SUN The Land of Broken Promises A Stirring Story of the Mexican Revolution By DANE COOLIDGE jtusktr if "The Ficlirim Fool/' "Hidden Water*." "The Texkaa." Etc. (Copyright, 1914, by Frank. A. MunaeyJ 8YNOP8IS. Bud Hooker and Phil De I>aneey are Iforced, owing to a revolution In Mexico, to give up their mining claim and return to the United States. In the border town of Gadsden Bud meets Henry Kruger, a ■wealthy miner, who makes him a propor- tion to return to Mexico to acquire title |to a very rich mine which Kruger had llalown up when he found he had been cheated out of the title by one Aragon. Tha Mexican had Bpent a large sum In art unsuccessful attempt to relocate the Vein and then had allowed the land to tevert for taxes. Hooker a,n>l De Lancey ■tart for the mine. CHAPTER V. The Journey to Fortuna 1b a scant •fifty tniles by measure, but within •these eight kilometers there i...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 14 July 1914

i I® 1 m / , )>< ■ iiMi fl|p|v?lfi0 lll#§ -:-v ' '<•• ■': . —— e I® PCTMIHWI w$&£' ^ws«l2 /,"> A * «,, • * V ,1 n •I" f W.'-f Here! L/S IKMW8 j.- Drink this and be refreshed! w, Sip by sip,here's pure enjoyment —cool com- fort—a sa/isfied thirst —a contented palate* Demand th«- genuine by full name— Kickuaraes encourage substitution. Whenever you see an Arrow think of Coca-Cola. THE COCA-COLA COMPANY ATLANTA, OA. 2'F Allen Urquharl * DRUGGIST. THE BEST OF EVERYTHING IN THE DRUG LINE. Mail Orders Filled Promptly. Moseley Bldg. Jefferson, Texas. BUY A PET ALU MA BUY A PETALUMA CHICKENS Profitably THE PETALUMA WAY SEND FOR CATALOGS NOW Get An Early Hatching Start Poultry Is Money. SPECIAL OFFER Genuine White Indian Runner Ducks Tho 20th Century Egg Machines—Over 250 Pure White Eggs a Year ' —Dry Land Ducks. Breeding Birds, $5.00 each, $15.00 per trio on y a limited number. Eggs $2.50, $3 50 and $5.00 per setting. srND IN YOUR ORDER AT ONCE PETALUMA INCUBATOR CO. PETALUM...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 11 August 1914

i mm wm ■ Myi"1 Sj) T*«iEK & ERWIIV Publisher*. ^ A X-'apor IDevofcod to tlio best Intorosts of tlio People. •{ *ub«cripl*<ni9 $1.0© Per Anminri VOL. 39. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, AUGUST 11, 1914. NO. 32. Plan to Help Tenant Farmers Secnre Home Offered Far- mers' Union. LIST OF JURORS. W H Harris J Cook II I) Long Geo. W Green Huff Stone Jack Put man K S Wilborn Petit Juror IstWcgk". J w Graves S Daniels Dan Linebarker M Phil pott J B McCain J F Biddy II D I'ruett Met Smith "A sywtotn of associations aid- edby the United States, govern- Geo. Prink WUson merit, wheroby nil industrious Mett stcag<;r and economical tenants may be- ^ ® Morris colne homo owners, not only ■. i . . , Charley King without loss to the members of ,w H Copeland such associations or the govern- ' W E Marett ment, but with profit to both." Was the subject of tho most im- portant addreps made before the executive session of tho Far- mers' Educational and Co-Oper- alive Union Tuesday afternoon at the Clumb...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 11 August 1914

LEA! EUROPEAN CRIS% IS HARD TP FIND Diplomats and Observers Unable to Understand th« Attitude of Austria. RECENTLY STRONG FOR PEACE Count Berchtold, Only a Few Weeks " Ago, Bitterly Criticized the War Party, and His Change of Front Has Not as Yet Been Explained. "Confusion worse confounded" Is the Ins phrase that aptly characterizes the «r*r situation in Europe. The leading lewspapers and the moBt experienced >b ervers are unable to agree on any •xplanatloa of the crisis. And the rea- kmi la not fa; to seek. Only a few weeks ago the foreign Blnister of Austria, Count Berchtold, ■ran earnestly defending the pacific ind moderate policy he had been pur- lulng toward the Balkans and Russia. Berchtold for Peace. In a speech to the delegates at Buda- pest ho vigorously answered criticisms if spokesmen of the war party, parti- cularly of a delegate who was sup- posed to be expressing the sentiments f the then heir presumptive, the late Archduke Franz Ferdinand. Count Berchtold spoke of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 11 August 1914

I \ V. 7mW HS;.:. • ■] i ' ^ PUT EASE BEFORE DRUDGERY 'Every' Device for Improving Method* of Housekeeping 6hould Be Employed. There are thousands of housekeep «rs who cannot take a summer trip but they can greatly Improve theli methods of housekeeping. First, fre« the house of unnecessary articles tc sweep, wash, dust, iron or move. Onlj the useful and the beautiful should re iinaln. A porch may be made th< greatest of blessings to the summei housekeeper if sheltered by vines. Th< Dutchman's pipe is a fast-growing Tine, and the moonvlne and mornlni glory make rapid growth. Do all th« work you can out here, or under a big tree in the yard, such as shelling peas stringing beans, paring apples and divers other tasks, which will suggest themselves to the thinking house keeper. When work is finished, sit out on the porch or under a tree, anywhere but indoors, and don't forget the pic- nics. Don't tire yourself out by baking a lot of fancy dishes. Make good, plain things which will...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 11 August 1914

SJS® 'f wm 'IP ogi-jLXiiL^j Y> / rrxg ■ B K Vi. /- v BANGER & ERWIN, EDITORS THECASS COUNTY SUN publlsiieil evoi-y Tuasdny, In entered at the iiluileu j>o totUw at> 38cond;Cliu> matter. ~.WfL 5H- ratijs op subscription: Single copy per year ' $1.00 " six months 1 V 80 cents No papers sent out without (he cash In advance; paper stopped when time is nut, or we lose it. - There are 4,408 ^persons engngecl in the printing arid publishing in- dustry of Texas. Obituary notices and cards of thanks will be inserted"5t two-and-a-half cents pel 1 inc "««= «s ■ Jp For the last honored years the poor people of Europe have subsisted on and potatoes. For lh« next hundred probably they \yill l>o glad enough to get bread. m Twenty wars have broken out on tlie banks of the Danube in the last two thousand yeai's. And yet some tourists have pre- tended to admiro that river more than the Trinity. Would'ut it be dreadful if by smue chance Senor Huertas should uot bo permited to land o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 11 August 1914

JSW&m ' wrJBm ■•■i .V 1 ■ ■ >;YS I I ,1 Jfog Iiitjytenant Governor: W P HtlMBY} Jefferson County. Tor Attorney General: 'J. P. I.OONB7, Hunt County.' Fat Statu Treasurer: T.W.fe'DWARbS, Runnels County. I or Court of Criminal Appeals: W. L. DAVIDSON, Travis County. For Associate Justice Supreme Court: tVM; E. HAWKINS, Travis County. For Commissioner of Agriculture: FRED W. DAVIS, Cooke County. For Railroad Commissioner: EARL B. MAYFIELD, Dell Co. Superintendent of Public Instruction: W. F. DOUGHTY, Falls County. For General Land Commissioner: JAMES T. ROB I SON, Morris Co. For Comptroller of Plililic Accounts: 11. B. TERRELL, McLennan Co. For Congreasuian-at- Large: JEFF McLEMORE, Harris County. J. H. (Cyclone) DAVIS, Hopkins Co. For Chief Justice Court of Civil Appeals' SAM p; WlLLSON. For Congress, First District: EUGENE BLACK For State Senator, 1st District: J. M. HENDERSON For District Attorney, 5th Judicial Dist: HUGH CARNEY. For Flotorial Representative,3rd Dist.— T. T)....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 11 August 1914

ti v: BHWHEBrawSliBM '•* .*. ■ . "•■■" graft ,.- 1 THE CASS COUNTY ENGLAND DECLAI WAR ON GERMANY REFUSAL OF EMPEROR WILLIAM TO RECOGNIZE NEUTRALITY OF BELGIUM 13 CAUBE. NEWS CONDENSED CASS COUNTY SUN SWEDEN IS MAKING READY Inquiry From Russia and Regarding Her Neutrality' •wered by Preparatfona fc Germany la An. r War. London.—Great Britain ^ declared War on Germany Tuesday rjight. The momentous decision of tjie British government, for which jthe whole world has been waiting, came before the expiration of the tim^ limit set by Great Britain in her ultimatum to Germany demanding a satisfactory re- ply on the subject of Belgfian neutral- ity.' I Germany's reply was tl>e summary rejection of the request that Belgian neutrality should be respected. The British ambassador at Berlin thereupon received his passports, and the British government notified Ger- many that a state of war existed be- tween the two countries. Official Statement. The British foreign office issued the following s...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 11 August 1914

■ • ■*T+l*mr.'■ THE CASS COUNTY SUN I SB v:*< ^ 'V , .. of Broken Promises A Stirring Story of the Mexican Revolution By DANE COOLIDGE he Flibflnf Pool." "IIUMn Wurn," "tIh Tcxkmn." Sac. (Copyright, 1914. by Frank A. MunaeyJ « 8YN0PSIS. ■ Bud Hooker and Phil De Lancey are Itoroed, owing to a revolution In Mexico, TO (nvo up their mining claim and return 1 V® United States. In the border town of Oodnden Bud meets Henry Kruger, a ^wealthy miner, who makes him a propo- sition to return to Mexico to acquire title Ito a very rich mine which Kruger had ItJlown up when he found he had been ^heated out of the title by one Aragon. The Mexican subsequently spent a large «um In an unsuccessful attempt to relo- cate the vein and then allowed the land to revert for taxes. Hooked and Do I,ancey *rrlve at Fortuna D*ar where the mine, •known as the Eagle Tall, Is located. They (•"gage the sorvlcoa of Crux Mendez, who pia« been friendly to Kruger, to acquire the title for them, and get a permit t...

Publication Title: Cass County Sun, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 11 August 1914

' ; - M?£v in i —mfe PROFESSIONAL CA*DS. Davis & Hereon . f physicians and surgjons linden, TEXAS. Prompt attention given t> allcnlls day or night. Office on sotfh side of Court House square J. O- GOODMAN BARBER SH|)P. ON WEST SIDE OF SQUARE. GOOD WORKMEN—QUI(K SKllVICK EVERYTHING UP T*-DATE HOT AND COLD BATHS THEY WILL APPRECIATE WUR TRADE j / ' - --a ■&...-atrf We Sell the Earth LIST YOUR LAtfD WITH WESTBROOK & WILLOUGHBY TEE LAND MEN G. W. SMITH, Manager. Office over K. Wynn's store. A Dr. A. Crossley DENTIST Prepared to do all kind of denta! workv Office in George-Bartlett Bldg. EUGENE THOPMSOrl LAWYER Linden, - - Texas. Will practice in State and Federal Courts. G. T. BARTLETT E. L. LINCOLN BARTLETT & LINCOLN Attoineys-at-Law Linden, Texas Ofliee in GEORGE-BARTLETT Bldg. DH. T. B. HAJVUhLi PRACTICING PHYSICIAN All Calls Promptly Filled Office in Hints Go's. Drug Store Office Phone 103/ Residence Phone 31 'V-; ,rvv>. in n ■it i ii i .i i. Teachers' Institut...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 18 August 1914

tf- *• - -at-vV- BiNCER 4c RltWIN. Pobliihera. }■ ^ Paper Devoted to th.e best Interests of th.e People. 41 VOL.39. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, AUGUST 18, 191| Northern Steel Men Seeking Texas Ores. It was learned here yesterday that, through its president, the United, They Stood. At. its annual mooting at Fort Worth last week/ the Farmers' Union of Texas re flected W\ D. Texas Iron and Coal Company j ''Lewis president of that organiza- bas refidived a communication tion by an overwhelming major- from the Bethlehem Steel Works, | ity. asking how soon the former can begin the delivery of East Texas ores and coutinue indefinitely to Supply the Bethlehem company with them. The indications now are that the Northern furnaces are look- ing to Texas for their supply of Iron ore. Heretofore, those fur- naces especially those along the Atlantic, have looked to Europe for their supply. With the sup- ply now shut off, owing to the embargo on transatlantic ship- ping, the northern furnaces are like...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 18 August 1914

Vngelo -will hav* an election to |no whether that city will writ# charter. ners' forum has been organ- Galnesville and will meet ev. ^t Monday. • « * I. Lewis of Coryell county was fed president of the Texas union. • • • | third annual fair will be held Springs September 16, 16, 17 Nearly $4,000 has been of* premiums for the exhibits. • • • Ishing is in progress in the [da country, and wheat Is turn- from IB to 20 bushels to the |a better yield than was at ^pected. _ ~i • • "will receive $2,400,000 of the 1000 erop moving fund to be lin the states from the federal Taylor, of Belton, a 12-year- jr, dreamed he was in swlm- |nd dived from the second fwinow of his home to the while asleep, breaking his bd was otherwise severely 1 farmers of Howard county ',000 acres in cultivation this .the Spanish peanut. The nuts not less than $1 a bushel; brings $16 a ton. Howard has the largest peanut farm in The crop will average fifty to the acre this season jiout the county. ■ • advice regarding ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 18 August 1914

' ' >*v-V;. ; K£*WJJ '.v.'.. ■■••- _ - THE CASS COUNTY SUN The Land of Broken Promises A Stirring Story of the Mex ic an Revolution By DANE COOLIDGE jtulht ✓ "The Flfhtlni Fool." "Hidden Wueri. " "The T«*Jaa." tie. (Copyright. 1914. by Frank A. Muiuey.) SYNOP8IS. Bud Hooker and Phil Do I>ancey are forced, owing to a revolution In Mexico, to give up their raining claim and return to the United States. In the border town of Gadsden Bud meets Henry Kruger, a wealthy minor, who makes him a propo- sition to return to Mexico to acquire title to a very rich mine which Kruger had blown up when ho found he had been cheated out of the title by one Aragon. The Mexican subsequently spent a large ■urn In an unsuccessful attempt to relo- cate the vein and then allowed the land to revert for taxes. Hooker and De Lan- cey arrive at Fortuna near where the mine, known ns the Eagle Tall, Is lo- cated. They engage the services of Crux Mender, who has been friendly to Kruger, to acquire tho title ...

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