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

IP m- W;t$i . \m mj*mz , ' L. •"> «gw ■■.¥i':n"i" JMSL agi-iii -';V' , PROFESSIONAL CARDS.! X> I R E C T O K Y Davis & Kerndon PHYSICIANS AND SCRGBONS ! TEXAS. LINDEN, J, Prompt attention give# to nil calls day r night. Office on <outh side of Court House square J. O. GOOPMAN BARBER SHOP. 1 b\ WEST SIDE OF SQUARE, OOOD WORKMEN—QUi'K SEKVICE EVERYTHING UP-flO DATE HOT AND COLD BATHS THEY WILL APPRECIATE ^OUR TRADE. We Sell the Earth LIST YOUR LAffD WITH WESTBROOK & WIILOUGHBY THE LAND ME1T G. W. SMITH, Manager. Office over K. Winn's store. Dr. A. Crossley DENTIST Prepared to do all kind of dental work. Office in George-Bartlett Bldg. EUGENE THOPJVISON LAWYER Linden, • - Texas. Will practice in State and Federal Courts. (i t. warti.kti' e. l. lincoln BARTLETT & LINCOLN Attornoys-at-Law Linden, Texas Office in GEORGE-BARTLETT Bldg. Of*. T. B. HA ILiIi PRACTICING physician All Calls Promptly pilled Officc in Hi ties Co's. Drug Store Office Phone J03 Residence Pbone ...

Publication Title: Cass County Sun, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 22 September 1914

I $■' . mWrnM' -£?m • V . -v • < ,i .' • " - -'■j * . I •• V . '• ■ .-• - Yi n\\<.IR a- ERH im. Fiiblixhrrn: > A Paper Devoted to the best interests of the People. ■!SubacrlptlitH, l.«® Per Annan* VOL. 39. LINDEN, TEXAS. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1914. NO. 38. REV. R A. MORRIS. {Advertisement.) Almlreing friends have written the following verso complimenta- ry to the life and clvanjcler of Rev. n. A: Morris, a- ectiouately culled "Bro. I ,on " l am f hihklngjiiat rtdW of the triumphs of right, Of the glorious success and blessings so bright, That comes to a man that has never gone wrong. Whose lie is a charm nnd a glad swift song. God's blessings attend him wherever he goes, And ricaest successes crown nil that he does; For God is his partner in the business of life, And k?eps him securely, whatever the strife. In nil of his ways his standard of right Is thilJible divine, the soarre of all light; And away from all sins he faithfully turns, An', the semblance of evil he steadil...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 22 September 1914

1 ^ < 3% ■m ;■! ROUT - Y**V.|K3W j.f -: iff: III Germans Hotreat Rapidly, Losing Heavily; Nearly 100 MILas From Paris—Belgians Successfully Attack Teutons and Plan to lletake Brus- sels and Louvian From Enemy. AUSTRIANS LOSING j Slavs andServianslnvade Their Territory North and South and Push Onward. SOUNDS WILHELM ON PEACE Following Diplomatic Conferences, President Wilson Asks Kal8er\His Terms—Allies Willing to'. Consider Them. ( Summary of Events.) \ The French-British allied arm; continues to assault the retreat ing German army of French in-\ vasion, inflicting appalling dam- age. The kaiser's force number- ing a million and a half men has been reduced by 200,000, and driven northward and eastward nearly a hundred miles from (jParis. The Belgians have advanced out of Antwerp, cut the line of communication between Brussels and Louvain, both cities occupied by the Germans, and have attack- ed the enemy successfully. It is reported that such a large pro- portion of the German ar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 22 September 1914

■ ii^i ,ii a y •' v~f n LOCAL XWTRILTGEXGQ For Go rem or: Wp'w BpS w& . tvM *+-r jr-H r ^ f l \ T 11. \ MM JAMfes G FRRCy-ON, ft-H tty For Lieutenant? f),'ve? rbr W. P. HOBBY, ?n '. y.w?. For AttorQ-'J ijieiieral: &. F. IOOWBY, tfrnt Coftaty." For StatV* Treasurer: J M.EDWAR OS, Runneb County. For Court of Criminal Appeals: W. L. DAVIDSON, Travis County. For Associate Justice Supreme Court: WM. E. tlAWKlNS, Travis County For Commissioner t>f Agriculture: iiUEti W. DAVIS, Cooke County. For Railroad Commissioner: EARL B. MAYFIELD, Ball Co. Superintendent of PVibljc Instruction: W. F. DOUOHTV, Falls County. i'or General Land Commissioner: JAMES T. ROBISON, Morris Co'. For Comptroller of Public Recounts: H. li. TERRELL, McLennati Co. For Congresstnan-at- Large: JEFF McLEMORE, Harris County. J. II. (Cyclone) DAVIS, Hopkins Co. For Chief Justice Court of Civil Appeals: SAM P. WILLSdft. For Congress. First District: EUGENE BLACK For State Senator, 1st District: J. M. HENDERSON t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 22 September 1914

£ :. / ! . f}i v'l-i' wfafc. iSBF . ■ ■j w* jfjdfe Mr- WILSON ORDERS VERA CRUZ EVACUATED (AMERICAN SOLDIER^ AND MA. RINES WILL BE WITHDRAWN AT ONCE. ■ _ , " m b ■ f'V•«& L JILL MEXICO IS GRATEFUL .Constitutionalist Agent at Washing, ton Says Action Will be Strong- est Bond of Friendship. t Washington.—Evacuation of vera "Cruz has been ordered by President Wilson. American soldiers and marines un- der General Funston, who have held Mexico's principal seaport since it Was seized by the fleet April 21 last ill embark for hjme as soon as the [transports can go after them, and phortly afterward all the war fleet «xcept a few light draft vessels will (be withdrawn. The evacuation order was announc- ed at the white house Tuesday, after la long cabinet meeting. It is the con- cluding chapter of the second armed conflict between the United States and Mexico, in which a score of Am- ericans ilost their lives, nearly a hun- dred were wounded and upwards of 1800 Mexicans were killed or woun...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 22 September 1914

MAKE LARD AT ■ 1 .a' i* v v "*e . ' «•"«,Sf (ALWAYS SUPERIOR It* QUALITY TO BOUGHT^ ARTICLE. ork Weakens the Kidneys UtLor oecnpntlon* weaken th« kldueys, OftUHlug MklnK back*, lirlnar# disorder* •ml * dull, druway, dlaeuuritifed feellutf. Work exposing one to ckllln, tempnru or anddea cbnngci; work la crumped position* | work amid tlie fuuiea of turpentine; coimlnnt rlillng otp Jolting vehicles, U eepecltkll; kai-d ou the kidneys. Taken la time, kidney trouble len't bard to slop; neglected It U dangerous. A* a kidney tonic, there I* do other medicine ■0 W*ll recommended, so widely used aud mo universally successful as Doan's Kid- ney ruie. A Texas Case. "Htvry Pictvr* TtlUatS A. P. Bins, KIT Maple St., Texar- kana, Texas, aaya: "My kidney trouble came on with pains In the small of my back, which became chronic. The kid ney aecretlona were unnatural and I had awful headaches and tftzsy spells. After doctoring had failed a few boxts of Doan's Kidney Pills fixed me up all right I stil...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 22 September 1914

" 'i'zlm ■ W V. ar.ic 0A8S COUNTY SUN •• J. E. A. BANGER W. L. EJfWJN BANG-BPv Si ERWIN, EDITORS AND PR0PBISTMS. .^u-—j*— Wt-«VrH -■g—f •'-tt.tt- XHKCA88 county sun pnmutori ***ry Tacaday, A« *nt*re<l ut the Lfuden as Seeonit.Tlf"* matter. ■ District Cpurt Proceedings.;:'-J!f.emh«rt« puit tor <tt<?orc*, missed at cost of plaintiff. ratbsof subscription: r« :x $1.00 60 cents Single copy per year "* six months ffo papers sent out without the cash in advaSck; paper stopped when time is out, or we lose it. rw ObittAry notices and cards of thanfcft wil' 1>e. inserted at twp-and-a-half cents pei line . Cass County Cotton Meeting The comity cotton convention met here Saturday when the fol- lowing proceedings were had: Meeting was called to order by Chairman Altday. List of those signing the agreement to out the cotton acreage in half was count* ed. There were about 2000 sig- natures to the lists turned in, there being several lists not turned in. A motion was carried that a lis...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 22 September 1914

Wl WmIf .fEja* ■ dhflmfctu vr . , • - 'Wxi ■ ^ - m °§*,\ THE CASS COUNTY SUN The Land of Broken Promises A Stirring Story of the Mexican Revolution By DANE COOLIDGE jtmk* ✓ "The Flfbhnr Pool" "HuUirn Wurn" "Tim Tex lean." Etc. (CopMight. 19 U. by Frank A. Muomv.) SYNOPSIS. Bud Hooker and Phil D« Lancoy are tor'fid. owing to a revolution In Mexico, to glvo uj> their mining claim and return to the Unite I Btalei). In the border town Of Oadaden pud meets Henry KriiRer. a Wealthy miner, who tnakea him a propo- . altlon to return to Mexico to acquire 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 aubeequently had npent a large sum of money In an unsuccessful attempt to relocate the vein and then al- lowed the land to revert for taxes. Hook- er and Do h/ nrey arrive at Fortuna. near whefe the Eagle Tall mine Is located. They rngago <"rui Mende to ncqulre the title for them and begin preliminary the * ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 22 September 1914

mm W':U « ni , O R Y ;'vIf *v« P%^KE3 IONAL CARDS. D I R E€ Davii & Herndon s . , I r«Y«lCtAN9 A51> SURGEONS LIKOKN TEXA.P, Prompt. attention given to ill mils day or night. Office on south side of Court-House- square J. O. GOODMAN 3ARBER SHOP. O.N WEST SIDE OF SQUARE. "good worrmkn—quick service everything up to date hot and cold baths THEY WILL APPRECIATE YOUR TRADE. Dr. A. Crossley DENTIST Prepared to do all kind of dental work. Office in George-Bartlett Bldg. EOCENE THOPWSON LAWYER Linden, - ■ Texas. Will practice in State and Federal Courts. G. 1. BAUTLKTI tTuir: BAPTIST TEXAS FACTS LIVESTOCK. W. w. MORRIS, Pastor Sundav School at 10 o'clock a. m. each Tft# Annual per capita production Junday, S. H.Vance, Superintendent. .0 f livestock aud products in Texa# Preaching every Sunday by the Pastor '3 $84.51, at 11 a. M. and nt night Prkyer meeting every Friday night. Ladies Aid Society meets tVety Satur- day evening t Texas is the leading livestock state and has 8.2 head per...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 29 September 1914

Sab r - * ;f r *■'' s ' ) m:. ~ &<2p+ 3c>,\^i4- & EltW lill. I ^ Paper DeVoted to the best Interests of th.e !!Pec VOL. 39. mm LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBI t l * To Log Texas Louisiana Road. Longview, Texas, Sept. I.".— The Texas, Arkansas and.Louis- iana Highway Association start- ed a logging car from here today to Dallas, where they will start the log of the road with Paul fruttkay, Southern agent of the American Automobile Associa- tion, as logger and eng'.^er, President J. II. Mcllaney. and {Secretary F. B. Brown of the highway w ill be piloted by W, E. McHaney. The party expects to reach Dallas tonight and start' work from Dallas early to-mor- row. The route will run through Forney. Terrell, Wills Point, tJrand Saline, Canton, Ben Wheel- er, Tyler, Glad water. Long view, Marshall and Shreveport. Tbel route sill alHa run from Marshall to Jefferson, Linden, Atlanta and Texarkana. Bond issues have been voted nil along the proposed route and several hundred men a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 29 September 1914

. „ ,.. * bv, v ; «r *>-■ ,>. ' —* COUNTY SUN wlflH — in i ;eo p miles nce)IN 48 HOURS' , cs^OOD POINT, ' .MY. |t in ; eve lie ty ■— boiled down DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN HAPPEN. INQt 8ERuSO UP IN AT- TRACTIVE STYLE. NOTHING GOOD GOT AWAY AKE GAME ialn« Indefinite of Ruaslana itrlana. t, via Paris.— 10 German line as been thrust lea during"*48 mtlnuous fight- almost super- che utmost de- eld an inch of •rlble struggle, at the disposal lors have grad- uis to recede. dally to their vements. Lata ly bayonet en- rough the Ger- ing more than •ecaptured and Held guns the d the previous to disdain the achine gun fire using to listen d to keep them id again plays 0 battle of the ing along the Woevre. The t about the en- troops scarcely they come hand uffered most In or the French (1 the British in- :ih the bayonet, 0 trenches until so close that a n together. fiercest battles as been raging ice for over a a slight advant. 1 en on the other, . pror.inent fea. iming from the t of the French ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 29 September 1914

fi ®!S 'fJtviTl VPi^RSSi bp IB >:,; < I : 1 I \ I / I , I I I ft I1 i 1 ' 1 # , I | l/ 1 \ ®fflg I I I) \ The Land of Broken Promises A Stirring Story of the Mexican Revolution By DANE COOLIDGE AAm tf "Th* Mfhllnf Fool." "Hidden Wucifc" "Tbo TmIcm." Kit. « (Copyright. 1914, by Frank A. Munsey.) CHAPTER XXII—Continued. •" ... THE CASS COI I "Let the Mexicans fight It out," he Baid. "They might resent It if you took sides, and that would make It bad for us. Just wait a while—you never can tell what will happen. Perhaps the rurales and federals will stand them off." "What, that little bunch?" demanded Bud, pointing scornfully at the hand- ful of defenders who wore cowering behind their rock piles. "Why half of them pelones don't know what a gun was made for, and the rurnlea—" "Well, the rebels are the same," sug- gested the superintendent pacifically. "'Let them fight it out—we noed every American we can get, so Juat forget about being a Mexican." "All right," agreed Bud, aH he y...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 29 September 1914

OF «' w m. i 3 n I2XP&ND1* .MPAIGN JNDED. Agriculture id Govcrn- Men ana crating. We want to .lis State for ti our discus- icw months he power of o briefly re- ch have ac- s of Texas extended the .he press. •a the history lied ana Ue- the part of perate with resent; there hen the city rendering as us a service resent; there en organized rc thorough- snorc friend- between the idustry than never was a : on the part promote the people was •Fcnt. This of publicity, ot made for ividual and e everything ivay we want sm, courage i good citi- virtues may obscttred by e of a cam- bur,dantly in Economic and o Unt the problems of agriculture were supposed to lie -in production alone, but the public now realizes that the fanner is a capable workman and that thfc 'real prob- lem is on the. business side of agriculture. The city business rrtslrt) by co-operating in market- ing. has become a powerful ally to the farmer, and farmers, busi- ness men and bankers are co- operating ii\ building war...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 29 September 1914

i I : * -*T 4 ' \* !*f i fc>f- ■•■: . > ir . 11*311 SBn imiiirrr i> OLry't DEMOCRATIC TICKET: Fdr Governor: JAMES E. FERGU9CN, Dell Co. For Lieutenant Governor: W. P. HOBBY, Jefferson County. For Attorney General: B. IT. LOONKY, Hunt County. ForStato Treasurer: J.M.EDWARDS, Runnels County. For Court Of Criminal Appeals: W. L. bAVlDSON, Travis County. For Associate Justice Supreme Cotlrt: WM. E. HAWKINS, Travis County. For Commiss^ouer of Agriculture: FRED W. DAVIS, Cooke County. For Railroad Commissioner: EARL B. MAYFIELD, Bell Co. Superintendent of Public Instruction: W. F. DOU '.HTY, Palls County. For General Land Commissioner: JAMES T. RCXBISOM, Morris.Co. For Comptroller of Public Accounts: IT. B. TERRELL. McLennan Co. For ConoTf'ssman-at Large: JEFF McLEMORE, Harris County. J. H. (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: i i ■ ■!■ i' "j etu r-rwii ;•...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 29 September 1914

. '*#'3 M | tfel' --—i::\ I : 64 nt 7 r la Firsi in [Everything First in Quality Fir it in Rettdta First in Purity Firtt in Economy and for these reasons Calumet Baking Powder is first in the hearts of the millions of housewives who use it and know it. RECEIVED HIGHEST AWARDS World'* Part iw EiseiiilM, fafaEvwUe* Francs, Much* 1*12. W. L. DOUGLAS MEN'S & WOMEN'S SHOES $2.50, $3. $3.50 $3.75, $4, $4.50 and $5.00 BOYS' SHOES $2.25, $2.60 $8.00 A $3.50 vat All Sizei and Bswsri^HH aubatltoUt^ YOU CAN SAVE MONEY BY WEARING W. L. DOUGLAS 8HOES. Wot 31 years W. L. Douglas hns guaranteed ths %alue ,by having his name and the retail price unpea-on the sole before the shoes leave the lac- jr. This protects the wearer against hl^h prices __ir Inferior shoes of other makes. W. L. Douglas shoes sre always worth what vou pay for th«yn. If jroa could gee how carefully w. L. Jtouglaa ittoei are *iade,and fhe high grade leathers ase<l, you would then •mlerttand why they look better, fit bette...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 29 September 1914

' /• ( J KlJI • w The ctty of 8weeiwater has Just un- loaded and tested out an $8,000 Amer- ican La France auto fire truck and pumper. * • • At a ooat of approximately 1125,000, fully equipped, the Denlson high school building has Just been com- pleted and occupied Sept. 21. The building in arranged to acoommodatf from 750 to 800 students. * • • F. M. Bralley of Austin, head of I the extension department of the uni- versity, has accepted tbe president/ I of the college of Industrial Arts at Denton. • • • The city of Jefferson has let con- tract for cutting down WiUon hill eight feet and building a raised clay road from the foot of the hill to the Irvin bridge. This will do away with a quarter of a mile of deep sand. • • • One wheat cargo for every day of Beptembor, a grand total of 4,245,360 bushels, valued at $4,824,136—that is the record of the port of Galveston thus far this month. All the gram is bound for European seaports. • • • ' Arthur Nelson and Neil Ankerstolp ■were killed...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 29 September 1914

>■'! I - •T r ' r h *Z.?. ' ■ ■ "§P§ ifHEil3 -- _ . j - •••:-. 'W - ' - —' L"V'V - "■■-,"Jr"A'|,. .XJJ ' V tfff s IVIS & )n PHYSICIANS AND S'CROCOK# LINDEN, Texas, Prompt atteiitiou given to all calls A; .lay of ftight. Office on south side of ^cUiri House square Bin, , I o. GOODMAN BARBER SHOP. ON WEST SIDE OF SQUARE. •<500D WORKMEN—QUICK SERVICE EVERYTHING UP TO DATE HOT AND COLD BATHS THEY WILL APPRECIATE YOUR TRADE. Dr. A. Crossley DENTIST Prepared to do all kind of dental work. 'Office in George-Bartlett Hlda*. EUGENE THOPJVISO^ LA\?YElt Linden, - - Texas. Will practice in State and Federal Courts. «. T. BA'tTLr/l l E. L. LINCOLN BARTLETT & LINCOLN Attornoys-at-Lvsr Linden, Texas Office in GEORGE-BARTLETT Bids. f*. D. UUJVIPKIN, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND NUKGEO.V PHONE NO. 37. B ^ELLINGTON jewelkb Engraving and Repairing Linden Mercantile Building. I R jfe C T O B Y X Commercial Hotel J. N. SIMMONS, Prop. Linden, Texas. RATES: $1.00 PER DAY. I'ltiit't'Ucs \ BAPTIST i \...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 6 October 1914

V.; ^SiWj ™ ™ a - './. t . '.'*v ... -.v.:. ' • , £;M: i PIWCEB ic EIIVVI.Y I uMislu>r<g;«j> A. Paper Devoted to the best Interests of thd People. VOL. 39. 4 Subscription, fl-OO Per Anmnn «K! LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1914. NO. 40. National Farmers Ask for Help. Humanity May Shiver For < You are Cordially Invited. In a report issued by the Leg. Lack Of Fuei. To visit our splendid exhibit Ul&tive Committee of the ,Na. A wor](].wi(]Q coa| famine ia at the following fairs. Texas tional I'armera I mon, now us- predicted this winter. The mines State Fair, Dallfts, La. State soni fied ill usbington for the Gf Europe have been closed by {Fair, Shreveport, and Arkansas purpose of securing realtor the t|l(, war w hich is raging over State Fair, Hot Springs, Nation- there while the for'eigri coal mill- al Feeders and Breeders Show, ers huve laid down pick and J Ft. Worth, Texas, East Texas cotton situation, the farmers iniike an appeal for help that is reasonable and ...

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

Jam I 1 MRs Bp-? Rly ■ Ptish Kaiser's Kight Army Farther NorthW Sixteen Days of Fighting Along Aisne lliyer Both Sides Ke-enforced; Struggle Becomes More Violent West of ltheims. SURROUND CRACOW Russian Forces Besiege Im- portant Point and Proceed IntoSilesianandPrus- sian Provinces. AIRSHIPS DROPBOMBS Germans Damage French and Belgian Cities—French and Gritish Raid Teutonic Towns—More Sea Activity. (.Summary oj Events.) The allies claim substantial gains against the army of Gen. Von Kluck in northwestern France, and the Germans admit slight advances by the French- British forces, but assert the movement is not decisive. This is the latest development, accord- ing to the most reliable sources, of the general engagement known as the battle of the Aisne River, proceeding on a line from Rheims westward to Compiegne, on the Oiae river, and northward from that point to the Belgian border. Official reports from Berlin de- cline that the forts and defensive positions in the neighborhood of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 6 October 1914

m hi TARD PICKLES WAS MISERABLE COULDN'T STAND approved recipes that will be satisfactory. Method Most Popular Hat Cucumber* •a the Foundation—Chow-Chow Keeps Beet When It Is Stored in Glaes Jars. Of all subjects capable of tempting the Interest of the housewife at the moment none equals that of pickling, If the number of queries that come Into a newspaper office can be used us a basis for estimation. The most re- quested recipe is for mustard pickles, kuown as the German senfgurkeu. Here Is a good way to make this pickle: Mustard Pickle.—Take large yellow cucumbers, pare them, remove the seeds, cut them into pieces three Inches long, lay the pieces on long dishes, sprinkle them with salt, allowing one t&blespoonful of salt for each iiuart of cucumbers; let them lie 111 hours, then wlpe«them dry with u towel, lay them In alternate layers In gluss Jars, j with the following spices, allowing for each jar two tablespoonfuls of mustard seeds, two bay leaveB, one small led pepper, an...

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