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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 18 August 1914

mm mm m 1 y mm court. kmbered that a Regular Ses- I Commissioners' Court of Casr. Was held on tliis 10th da^ [d. 1914 at the Court House in Linden, Cass County Texas; Co. Judge, present and pre- [C. Glover, H. PrTraylor, S.M. J. H. McWilliams County ers; L. L. Harper, Co. Clerk, bell, Sheriff. us duly opened by a proclama- |d Sheriff at the courthouse door by the court that the of S. P. Mt Cann, et al, >r a public highway on Stween Mrs.Dora McCann, lemmon and .1. M. Lem- be and the same is l-ejected by this court. >n of W. A. Pruitt, et al. for a public road running ,H. Lernuion's residenco |h church was rejected, ed by the court that E E N J Barron, John ?ton, Robert Surrattand hratt are hereby appoint- I.Jury of View to locate |e and assess the damages fd class road from War- igs church to Bethlehem t>y way of Center Grove ktition of more than 20 (era of Bear Creek voting ; No. 1. an election was or- be held on Saturday, |!(>, 1914, to determine or not hogs, sheep and ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 18 August 1914

' , ' :Stfc Wmm$' •;'"..^v, 2 of. * •■ I i I ;f ■mi win '' W < \ DEMOCRATIC TICKET: For Governor: t JAMBS E. FERGUSON, Bell Co. v--. For Lieutenant ttovornor: H. P. HOBBV, Jefferson County. For Attorney General: B. F. LOONEY, Hunt County; For State Treasurer: j.M.EDWARDS, Rlinnels County. For Court of Criminal Appeals: W. L. DAVIDSON, Travis County." For Associate Justice Supreme Court: WM. E. HAWKINS, Travis Countjr. For Commissioner of Agriculture: FRED W. DAVIS, Cooke County. For Railroad Commissioner: EARI< B. MAYFIELD, Bell Co. Superintendent of Public Instruction: W. F. DOUGHTY, Falls County. For General Land Commissioner: JAMES T. ROBISON, Morris Co. For Comptroller of Public Accounts: II. B. TERRELL. McLennan Co. For Congressman-at-Large? JEFF McLEMORE, Harris County. J. II. (Cyclone) DAVIS, Hopkins Co. For Chief Justice Court of Civil Appeals: SAM P. WILLSON. For Congress, First District: EUGENE BLACK For State Senator, 1st District: jT M. HENDERSON For District Attor...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 18 August 1914

' •V ■Vjf * IS [PECTED SOON >ATCH FROM BRUSSELS IN- DICATES IMPORTANT ENGAGEMENT. ING TO CRUSH FRANCE L ■tv. Austria and Germany Will Against hrench Before* Rwaaii*Ca (nlf Can Mobilize. [Brussels, via London.—The lull In fighting around Liege appears to the lull before the storm. There J little doubt that an engagement on ■scale not yet witnessed in this war " Imminent. London.—No great battle yet has Bn fought on land or sea in the r of seven nations, unless the Ger- man assaults on the fortress at Liege Jentually assume the proportions of '^le In history. Uoth combatant# lm victory there, 'with the Belgians |£till holding the forts and the Ger- us occupying the city. ^Tho situation is unique. There Is ^confirmation of the report that the ich have engaged the Germans Tittt ofT their retreat. Inflicting a of 8.000 me?.. The Belgians claim they have taken 8,0<kL Vrt'"iiers Belgian soil, but militar> then r . Jrd all the estimate" of t'ie beTlig- ents as grt-,\t g-^railons. ^...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 18 August 1914

s •-.< r, m- Zam THE CASS COUNTY SUN GETTING THE MATTER RIGHT DIDN'T KNOW THE COLONEL I 1 ■"■-I i MRS.W00DH0W ■ CLAIMED BY DEATH Wife of the president pass. es away after long ILLNESS. WHITE HOUSE CAST IH GLOOM Funeral Services Held In White House East Room Monday After- noon—Burial Tuesday. Washington, Aug. 7.—Mrs. Wood- row Wilson, wife of the president of the United States, died at the White House at 5 o'clock Thursday after- noon. Death came aftei a brave struggle of months against Brlght's disease with complications. The president was completely un- nerved by the shock and his grief was heartrending. He bore up well Under the strain, however, and de- Voted himself to his daughters. The end came while Mrs. Wilson Mrs. Woodrow Wilson. tvns unconscious. Her Illness took a turn for the worse shortly before 1 o^clock in the afternoon and from then on she gradually grew weaker. Family at Her Bedside. Kneeling at the bedside at the end were the president and their three daughters. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 18 August 1914

mm p 'Wvi . , • 1? Herndon IYSICIAN8 AND SUEGKOMB "11 Vr <>«Sl W " vSPL jj& ' •'? r < . , • • & ...v- J uiiiiuL-ji-i >: ■'ftp. '.f/r ' -$|WP O R Y >KN, TESAS. jpt attention given to all call* jight. Office on south side of square &S GOODMAN JBER SHOP, >N WEfcT SIDE OF SQUARE. JOOD workmen—quick service everything up-to-DATE hot and cold BATHS WILL APPRECIATE YOUR TRADE. e Sell' the Earth LIST TOUR LAND WITH & WILLOUGHBY LAND HEN |indgcr. *i ore. Crossley DENTIST Prcparcdto do all kind of Office in dental work. George-Bartlett Dldi EUGENE THOPJVISON LAWYER Linden, - - Texas. Will practice in State and Federal Courts. . t. BAHTLETT E. L. LINCOLN BARTLETT & LINCOLN Attornoys-at-Law en, Texas kin OfiORGIv-IVARTLETT Did;; i'liaa-clies BAPTIST W. 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 Socie...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 25 August 1914

' / B4JVGER Sc ERW1M, PublJ*her«. > ^ Paper "Devoted to the best Interests of the People. < n| VOL. 39: m LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, AUGUST 25, 1914 ***** Germany and the United States New York Times: In time of war passions are aroused, the emotions are deeply stirred. 01<i hates are rekindled and new ones engendered, fervent patri- otism warms the heart—and sometimes the head1 In condi- tions so unfavorable to calmness and right reasoning there must be much forbearance, a great tmmy thlugs taust be pardoned and some excesses ov«rU>."ked. With the Nations now at war in Europe we of the United States are at peace. They are our friends, all of them are our friends, and we deeply and sin- cerely deplore the qurrrels that make them enemies to each oth- er. Our Government lias pro- claimed its neutrality, but our people also are neutrals. It would be unbecoming in us to exult over the disasters that may befall any of the embattled Na- tions. Whatever may be our views, upon ques...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 25 August 1914

SB ; IV = - ■'.1 '*, '**M 5?'■ "'" • at the earn* time sharply ' i phases of the French kl system which, he said, tend- [ard confusion and lack of decl- tlon on the Held of battle. |OutfUnklng Paramount. single thought embodied In tha tactics 1b the outflanking of |my. It Is more than a thought; rule. The German-company, or corps commander, never consider what h« will do. It 11 thout saying that he will at- o outflank his adversary. :>nly question he Laa to decide tie will do It. [ml, energetic offense la his lie. Once he has laid hl9 plans* attucl., and made his dlaposl- 1 troops, he gives the final or- the advance. The thing Is set- 'he various units of his com- 0 forward, either to victory or b repulse. There Is no with- or rearrangement of troops (the progress of the tight, no in plans. Everything Is sup- p have been provided for be- engagement. The units of Imand are to receive no fur- iers which would cause the hesitation In their method- 1 complete carrying out of the ijed...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 25 August 1914

" * HiiS COOKED CHEESE BE$t fDAINTY TITBITS THAT ARE N01 INDIGESTIBLE. I fTo««ted and 8erved on Saltlne Crack era With a Dash of Worcester- shire la an Engllah Favorite— Variations of the Rabbit. Cheese 1b credited with contalnlnt much nutriment la oue pound aa li contained In two pounds of beef. II bothers the digestion of some, but tbt melting or cooking of It does away with this trouble, and there are man; ■who believe that the merits of cheea« are all on the side of ease of digestion and that Is one reason why It has al- ways remained the last dish of tb« dinner. In the old days when heavy feedlni and many bottles of port were dlunei fashions, the dish of cheese was of Im- mense Importance. It was not a mor ael then as It la now to give zest to the meal. Huge cheeses were brought whole to the banquet board and wer< carved and served with a gTeat flour- ish. Dig Stilton cheeses were scooped out and filled with champagne for spe- cial occasions, and many mixturei were made of t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 25 August 1914

.,'V, v*. mw ' ■ I . . v - v I sSwSI^SSHPPS® ■ )) • wi -■' 1 0ISTRIC1 CO 10 Angtist term ol*t he District convoncd bote yosterday, Judge H. F. o'Ntal pw*d- |and District Attorney, L. E, jey and District Clerk T. M. tell, in attendance. lie Graud Jury was organized Igiven a brief charge, and en- 11 into their work. |e petit jury for the we?k was Lnized, and the civil jury and [jury dockets were called for frs. M. Story was appointed Bailiff. [e following Riding Bailiffs appointed: J. E. Finley, |>rs Long, Morgan McCall, Waters, Walter Shelton, Vaters aud J. E. Sullivan. following are the Grand Irs: BeU Singleterrv, Met sr. A. D. Morris. J. E. Spiva, [. Copeland, • W, E. Marett, Long, R M Stone, Jack Pat- R, S. Wilboru, J. T. Bar- ud J. D. Bryan. Jry Thomas, son of Jake fas, living near Atlanta, was led at TexarkanaSaturday laud was buried at the Y [lay. This was the Cass boy who won the debat- Intest at Marshall in the |t Declamation League, -at It meet. Thus another lyoung life h...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 25 August 1914

■t **}■■■,.:■. v1',.." 7 : •;' '.'" 'Vafc •' /'' • ■ '';/,■ ', &i I I I '"'V:;v,. ■ i'' [ ~*f~ . ■> I <.'; •••> !&&rj!2|! yf ■ njppi DEMOCRATIC TWK&T: For Governor: iAMRS fi. FBRGttlOW; Belt Co; For filRUtenant Governor: W. P. HOBUY, Jefferson Cotinty. For Attorney 0eu6ral: B. F. LOOMEV, Hnnt County. ' * • For 8tate Treasurer: J.M.EDWARDS, RUnnelis Couhty; % For Court Of Crinlinal Appeals: w. l. Davidson, travis Cotimy. V % For Associate Justice Supreme Court: VVM. E. HAWKINS, Travis CoUnty, For Commissioner of Agriculture! FRED W. DAVl3, (5ooke County. For Railroad Commissioner: EARL B. MAYF1EI.D, Bell Co. Superintendent of Public Instruction: W. F. DOUGHTY, Falls County. For General Land Commissioner: JAMES T. ROBISON, Morris Ctf: For Comptroller of Piiblic Accounts: ft. B. TERRELL, McLennan Co. For Congressmati-at-Large: JEFF McLEMORE, Harris Cotfntjr. J. H. (Cyclone) DAVIS, Hopkins Co. For Chief Justice Cdtirt of Civil Appeals: SAM P: WILLSON. For Congre...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 25 August 1914

\ THE CASS COUNTY SUN rMlt ilti- :rmanh |ANDS EVACUATTON- OF KIAU WJ AND WITHDRAWAL pF 1 WARSHIPS. BY AUGUST 23 TEH IDENSEO Action Will B Taken at That Tim? Unless Kai6>r Complies With Ul. tlmatum— May Mean War. Tokio,—Japan sent an ultimatum to Germany Saturday night at 8 o'clock demanding the withdrawal oi German warships from the Orient and the evacuation of Klau Chau and giv- ing Germany until Sunday, Aug. 23, to comply with the demand. Other, wise, the ultimatum stateu, Japan will take action. Kiau-Chau Is a German protectorate In China with a territory of 200 Bquare miles, and 200 additional In the bay. Tsing Tau, the seat of gov- ernment of the territory, Is the port where the German warships mobil- ized at the outbreak of hostilities general extr"tation here is followed foreign the dis- TStuih, conferred fiuthrle, American IKiade to him a broad Calculated to assure the IJnited States that American interests pn the Far East would be safeguarded and the Integrity of China u...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 25 August 1914

'*KJgu ~1 ■ I cot The Land of Broken Promises A Stirring Story of the Mexican Revolution By DANE COOLIDGE jiuihtr "Ybe Flifbtin* Pool," "Hidden YVtiert," "The Texlcau." Etc. gased at them the worn piece seemed strangely familiar. Aragon bad been comparing them—but where had he got the worn pleoeT Once more Dud looked It over, and cad, Manuel del Hey, who has been acting like a Jealous ass all along, swooped down on us with a detach- ment of his ruralee and took us all to Jail. He let the musicians out the (Copyright, 1914, by Frank A. Muuuey.) SYNOPSIS. Hud Hooker and Phil De Lancey nra forced, owing to a revolution In Mexico, to give tip their mining claim and return to th« United States. In the bonier town of Oadsden Bud meets Henry Kruger, a wealthy minor, who makes him a propo- sition to return to Mexico to aequiro title to a very rich mine which Kruger had blown up when Jio found ho had been cheated out of trie title by one Aragon. The Mexican subsequently spent a large etim In...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 25 August 1914

" :-:V '' 'WMz - ■'* - '"'P- "■ v C T O R Y Hemdon AND 8urqb0ns :■: tkxas, ipt Attention given to *11 calls night. Offic* on south side of ise square — ©MAN BARBER SHOP. ON WEST SIDE OF SQUARE. GOOD WORKMEN—QUICK SERVICE EVERYTHING UP TO DATE nOT AND COLD BATHS THEY WIU APPRECIATE YOUR TRADE. CiiurcliM LIST OF JURORS. BAPTIST W. W. MORRIS, Pastor Sunday School at 10 o'clock a. m. eacli Ben Slnglcterry Sunday, S. H.*Vance, Superintendent. ! Geo. Frank Wilson 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 The following is a list of .the Grand and Petit Jurors for August term of Dis- trict Court. Grand Jurors. J M Mitchell W ft Harris T J Cook B D Long Geo. W Green RufT Stone Jack Patman R S Wilborn Mett Steager A D Morris J E Splva Charley King W H Cope land W R Marett We SelP the Earth IJST YOTO LANS WITH WESTBROOK & VVILLOUGHBY store. m. E. Church south J. T. HOOKS, Pastor Sunday ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 8 September 1914

•• V*- •• - j&sAE*i ; f. " ■:■>' ., $£ , «. '■ *?"■ v m ' i - Mi ' ' - • ■ •' V • ' :- %mm * ' v ' «ffll ■ ... ■ pf t jijp® ' fHPPlSP f' ■ ■ IMX.UC & i:eiU I\ I'ublighcrs. > A. Paper Devoted to the best Interests of the People. {8ub#crlptioii, #1.00 Per Anuuia county shall be self sustaining. g, Tlmt all food and hay crops, he now harvested find pro- served, and all feed stuff of every kind for both men and hoist be VOL. 39. BI&COUNTY COT- TON CONVENTION Answering the call of Chair- ., . . . . r a T.i 1 „ i.i n , provided and preserved for the man, R. S. Allday, ol the Couniy 1 , '. . , . ... .'. ... ' ' . ,, .. 17 gr.aatemergencies that is now Division of the Southern Cotton B n Al . u jou the Country. Congress, one among the largest , ,, , , h. And generally to do any crowds ever assembled in Linden, . „ .. . .. , , . ... . , , and all things, that the eniergeu- was here last Wednesday to do- ... .. , , . . L . cy of the tunes demand. vine ft plan to perfect the ...

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

CJ sv •€ V II I . i—-The dally Chronicle has a dispatch from one of its correspon- dents In Belgium, dated at Qnent, In ..which he tells of the determined sweep of the Germans through the section oast of Brussels and the occu- pation of Louvaln, which had been un- til then the headquarters of the Bel- gian army. The correspondent says that an enormous German force was flung against Louvaln, which wae the weak point of the Belgian line, and from Dlost to Ifcuvain the Belgian left was lana 120,000 Strong. iking with a French officer near on Tuesday the Chronicle cor- snt says he was Informed that least three German army corps (about 120,000 men) were moving In a line from TaBselt to Tongres and Waremme, with the object of break- ing through the Belgian line at any cost. The force was covered by an Immense cavalry screen, the same force with which the French and the Belgians were so hotly engaged all Tuesday. "The Germans on that particular day," the correspondent continues, "were repe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 8 September 1914

m H \l iff Ip K f| H it JI SI 60 declares 8ecretary mc. ad00 before ho"~E merch- ant marinf committee. F0REI6N POWERS OBJECTING Secretary Refutes to Discuss Dlplo. matic Questions Raised, Leaving These for State Department. "Washington.—The right of tho Unit- ed States to buy merchant ships of any nationality for neutral uses can not bo disputed by any nation, declared Sec- retary McAdoo of the* treasury depart, merit before the house merchant ma- rine committee, su* >rtlng the admin- istration merchant marine bill. Mr. McAdoo refused, however, to discuss the diplomatic phases of the situation •when asked If protests had been re- ceived from Great Britain or Prance against the possible purchase of Gcr. man vessels. Alexander Bill Indorsed. Secretary McAdoo heartily Indorsed the Alexander bill, which provides fot the organization of « 10,000,000 cor. poration with power to buy, build and operate ships in the foreign trade wtta tho government as the majority stock, holder. "Do you ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 8 September 1914

'iXlLL'JILLJL!.''—J i-g 0ABB COUNTY SUN Distriet Courf ProcecdlW. REPORT OF THE CQNMTlONtlF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, ■i* 'wmm i'9iiwa41 J. IC. A. BADGER W. I. KRWIN BANGEE & ERWIN, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. •rtl*CA8S «S(WrNirV Sl)SpBWUbe<l every Tuesday, 18 entered at the Mndou j>o tofflco as Seoou(l;Cli>R9 'ltBttor. R\Tjs of subscription: iJlngiecopy per year ' $1.00 " six months ' SOcetits No papers sent out •without the cash in AitrANCB; paper stopped when time is out, or we lose it. irTi' toot tees and cards of thanks nedwt (wo-«mi-a-iuiu cents [•;y ... lJ- -JJ. ;."-m Grand Jury Report. tbe Hon. Howard F. O'Neal, ige of the District Court of CttSB County: We, your Grand' Jury, empaneled at the August form of said Court bes leave to pre- sent the following Feport of our proceedings: We have diligently inquired in- to all matters and cases that have been brought to our atten- tion and found 27 true bills of which 13 are felonies and 14 are misdemeanors. We have axainiu...

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

m >mr •■ ■£* m I Jt • w. ti«" Ti'f ■**'• jfX0%W )N, Bell Co. int Governor.?- rson County. For Attorney General: B. F. LOONEY, Hunt County. For State Treasurer* J.M.ltDVVARDS, RuineU County. For Coi)rt of Criminal Appeals: W. L. DAVIDSON, TraVis County. . For Associate Justice Supreme Court: \VM. K. HAWKINS, Travis County. For Commissioner of Agriculture: FRED W. DAVIS, Cooke County. For Railroad Commissioned EARL B. MAYf IECD, liell Co. S'tipetiiitendent of Public Instruction: W. F. DOUGHTV, Fdlls County. For General Land Commissioner: JAMES T. ROBIStj.V, Morris Co. For Comptroller of Public Accounts: H. B. TERRELL, McLennan Co. For Congressman-at- Large JEFF McLEMORE, Harris County. J. H. (Cyclone) DAVIS, Hopkins Co. For Chief Justice Colin of Civil Appeals: SAM P. WILLSON. For Congress, First District: EUGENE BLACK For St^tc Senator, 1st District: J. M. HENDERSON For District Attorney, 5th Judicial Dist: HUGH CARNEY. For Flotorial Rcpresentative,3nt Dist.— T. D ROW ELL. For Cou...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 8 September 1914

V"!'' ' • • to V r..- ,•', &,yW.t J,.;, v. V , -■ . «P®SPP| '•> •*< — Work and worry make women old be- fore their time^— stop both. Use RUB-NO- MORE WASHING POWDER. It loosens dirt instantly—saves you —saves your clothes. Makes them like new again. RUB-NO-MORE WASHING POWDER is a suJIess dirt re- mover for clothes. It cleant your dishes, sinks, toilets ar.d cleans and sweetens your milk crocks. It kills germs. It does not need hot water. RUB-NO-MORE Carb.S Naptba Soap = •V THE CASS COUNTY SUN m RUB-NO-MORE Washing Powder Five Cents—All Grocers The Rub-No-More Co., FtWayne, Ind. A GOOD COMPLEXION! GUARANTEED. USE ZONA POMADE the beauty powder compressed with healing agents, you will never be anjioyed by pim- ples, blackheads or facial blemishes. If not satisfied after thirty days' trial your dealer will exchange for 50c in other goods. Zona has satisfied for twenty years—try it at our risk. 4* dealers or mailed, 50c. ZONA COMPANY. WICHITA, KANSAS WELL ADAPTED TO THE WORK D...

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

■ * mam j" - spspf WllS ' ;■/ ' ■mpmmmm Iff™ aB& £ i few 2S!tP0^1-D?S Wk*$ ifef ® vt-vv ®5.'i «k jt- i P "iy ^S0®l ■ • HHsaKiw- •• m ■ T*Si v*** 1 mRi THE CASS COUNTY SUN \ •J-fiC: r—r aj V I •? Lie ; e Land of Broken Promises A Stirring Story of the Mexican Revolution Sy DANE COOLIDGE if "Tb« Flfhtlnf Fool." -HkUa Whom." "The Tukao." Etc. (Copyright, 1914. by Frank A. MuoscyJ SYNOPSIS. Bud Hooker and Phil De L#aneey are forced, owing to a revolution In Mexico, to Rive up their mining claim and return # Vv® United States. In the border town of Gadsden Bud meets Ilenry Kruger, a wealthy miner, who makes him a propo- •Jtloii to return to Mexico to ucqulre title to a very rich mine which Kruger had blown up when he found he had been cheated out of the title by one Aragon. The Mexican subsequently had spent a larffff sum of money In an unsuccessful attempt to relocate the vein and then al- lowed the land to revert for taxes. Hook- er and De I^inoey arrive at Fortuna, near where the ...

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