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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 24 November 1914

■ v tffwk . Mm • nt and the banker exercise the fight ®f eminent domain over the product! of Km aoil? SAND CREDIT 1 i I I Acreage a World Problem. The question of eotton acre- age is not a local or state prob- lent, if. indeed it can be solved nationally. It is a world prob- lem, for in what way would k profit the south to reduce the cot- ton acreage, say 10 per cent, if the foreign countries took up the •lack? No Texas farmer snould be asked to pledge a reduction of acreage unless satisfactory as- surance is given that the propa- ganda wii be successfully car- ried on m other cotton states and countries. The Farmer#' Union The marketing problem o! th^ has been dealing witft this probt southern farmer is attracting unii lem for the past ten years and versal attention and the exigen-i t has placed its influenc# behind cies of the situation fully demont1 almost every suggestion that strate the wisdom of the coursd promised solution and out of our pursued by the Farmers' Unior| experie...

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

m fW&WW^^r, WyFm mmy $ • I ; • M -,■ '-;VJ, "*• '. ' «3b •r' '. ■ •■'j's'..< f*. ? - S "T'; (k, i AL J ''■'M£'i+ >4 ' _ ■ <1M - !M| . « tll!V6EE A ERWIN, Publishers. } A Paper Devoted to the best Interests of the Poople. {Subscription, $1-00 Per A.naart VOL. 39. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1914. NO. 48. Wnr tit is SouTlt shoui> Lead in Livbstock. A new demand is now being made on the South. An increas- ing population, rapidly rising laud values and a decreasing natural supply of animal food products have turned the eyes of the Nation toward the South as the only possible source of a fu- ture and adequate animal food supply. What are tho special advan- tages possessed by tho South, which have given rise to the al- most universal opinion that she can and must furnish tho future meat supply for our inoreasing millions? To appeal so strong- ly to the judgment of those who have given the subject careful consideration our facilities lor livestock production must ha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 1 December 1914

MB ' JEfltW;1 • |>,< . v •A 1! \ \\ 11 SWljji ••""i . 1-. -- -I_ - ^ WHY OATOH COLD One-half of the Death* and Two* third* of the 8lokne la the Dt« rect iteautt of Catohina Cold. Nothlnr could bo of greater vital Interest to the family than to know how to avoid catching cold COLDS THAT KILL If It be true, aa ono famous doctor ■ays, that catching cold can be avoided, think what It means. Two- thirds of the sickness that now op- presses the people would bo avoided. Serious Interference with business. The anguish of anxious parents. The blasting of many brilliant dreams. All these things would be largely done away with If people knew how to -avoid oatchlng cold. Catching cold Is a very common experience In numerous households. People have come to believe that there is no way ito avoid it. CAN BE AVOIDED. People are taught in the "Ills of 'Life" how to avoid the ceaseless drain that catching cold makes upon the vital organs. Get It and read It and Judge for yourselves of Its value...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 1 December 1914

I ■ ■ ... mm' USING BREAD CRUMBS THE CASS COUNTY SUN mmmmmmmmmmrnmmdmmmmmmmm COOKING ECONOMY WELL WORTH HEEDING. HAVE YOU I A cum? Odd Plecui Should Alwaya Be Saved and Made Um of In One Way or Another—8ome Waya of Em- ploying Them. Waste In the kitchen amount* al- most to a eln In these days when the price of food la high Bnd money ts ecarce In moat households. Yet waste goea on every day In the avorage kitchen—waste that could very eauily be curtailed If the housewife used economical methods. A good many home cooks honestly believe that they are practicing the most rigid economy In their homes, when all the timo odd pieces of bread, left-overs of meat, vegetables and sweets are thrown away, regardless of the fact that they could be used again. Perhaps more waste takes place With bread than with any other one staple in the kitchen. Every bit of bread should be saved and made use of in one way or another. This rule need not conjure up a dreary vlwta of stale crust munching, however....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 1 December 1914

s.* r "iljHlBw. • m c F':'© I P / ffi! P -.v'- ■ .'V v;; ipM J. K. A. BAKOSH W. I>. EKWt BANGER & ERWXN, EDITORS AMD PROPRIETORS, — H: I I •A TIIECA3S COUNTY SUN publUlwd cV**y Tuosilay, In entered at tho Linden Doitotttas' ua Secoatl.Claaa matter. - . ■ -1 aes: ~U-i, RATES OP subscription: Single copy per year | ' $1.00 " six months ' 50 cents No papers sent out without the cash Iti advance; paper stopped when time is f ut, or we lose it. Obituary notices and cards of thanks will be inserted at two-and-a-half cents pe line Answer to "W. B. C. M." Ignorance ie defined by the best writers as being the "Daughter of Darkuess." Webster says ig- norance is the want of knowledge. We all know that ignorance brewed tha hemlock for Socratese and wove the crown of thorns that was placed on our Savior's brow. Malice, hate, secretive cunning, are larvae that thrives well in the slimy ooze of ignor- ance; yet there are other things that come in for their share of condemnation. Cowardice i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 1 December 1914

'r*% LOOAL INTELLIGENCE Mackerel at Bam Pant's. Bom to Mr. r.nd Mrs. J. H. kray, a girl, one day last week. Buy your coffins, caskets aud burial suits from John 8. Mor- ris & Son. Mr. John Hefner is here vis- iting his son, C. H. Hefuel1 and lauiily. New Ribbon cane Syrup at Sain Fauts. Second hand buggy harness at J. G. Dell's. fcorn to Mr. and Mrs, John Rhyne, a boy on Nov. 24th. The Magic Washing Stick "The Magic Washing Stick is just fine. It did just what it said it would do and the clothes were so nice and white with all that hard rubbing left off." writes Mn. Sirah G >odab, Preston, Texas.. The Magic Stick is not a sonpnora Wash ing powder. Sbld by druggists, three 10c sticks for 25c, or by mail from A. B. Richards Medicine Co., Sherman, Te)f. Mrs. W. J. Barker and chil- dren are visiling her people at Carezo Spring?. Rai9ens, Couoanuts and Eng- lish Walnuts at Sara Fant's. Cotton seed meal and hulls at the Linden Transfer Co. We are glad to learn that the little babe ...

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

IN POLAND ITH RUSSIANS msm >RT8 INDICATE NO DECISIVE RE8ULT8 FROM MIGHTY BATTLE THERE. snow now covers flanders Allies and German* Re t With Only Intermittent Cannonading and Infantry Attacks. y / London.—Decisive news from the Polish battlefield Is expected hourly. A thorough victory by either Russia or Germany would vitally affect the course of the -winter campaign, both in the east and In the west, but jthere Is no assurance that there has been any definite result, although iPetrograd messages declare that the issians have inflicted at least a morary reverse upon the Germans a angle between the Vistula and rivers. combatants have achieved trokes before without settling j,nes of war permanently. The 'dents of the Paris Matin CUi (.he Germans as fleeing, WPJ latest Petr.ogrnd official O^ays the Germans are re- ^uannounces officially that tho Cts not yet been decided. e Flanders is Quiet, the snow-covered fields of Bel- . and France quiet continues, Ilia y unusual incident being ...

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

THE CASS COUNTY SI N FREDERICK PALMER (Copyright, 1914. by Charlec Scriboer't Sons) 6YNOP8I8. II V. At their hotnn on the frontier between the Browns and Grays Marta Galland and tier mother, entertaining Colonel Wester- llng of the Grays, see Captain I ja natron, ■tart Intelligence officer of the Browns, Injured by a fall in his aeroplane. Ten years later. Westerllng, nominal vice but real chief of stJiff. reinforces South I.a Tlr, meditates oli war, and speculates on the comparative ages of himself and Mar- ta, who Is visiting In the Gray capital, w esterllng calls_pn Marta. Rhe tells him of her teaching children the follies of war and martial patriotism, begs him to pre- vent war while ho Is chief of staff, and predicts that If he makes war against tho Browns he will not win. On the march Wltb the 63d of the Browns Private Btran- •ky, anarchist, decries war and played- out patriotism and Is placed under arrest. Colonel I.matron everbearing, begs him on. I-anstron calls on Marta at...

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

. v."1. J Ul SB''Si nil's ttm enix«ri*gtng, but rd, we are able to house less than one-third of the crop_ and warehouses without a Credit system lose 90 per cent of their usefulness. The problem is ww,,. - ■ vaamp, V ■ If. • - ~l-' il...1 jilx i-j-. pply tw*. ' on yovh Own Farm and Organize to a gigantic one—too great for the.'., . farmer to solvp iinaw1#*/1 T-fi mn&t Supply Other Maskkts. The host plan of all, howevwr, is tor farmers to organize ,niar- . farmer to solve united. He must Kel,nK "Mocktions, or use their t?t ifffrv ctiwt V MTKT PAY haveLthe assistance of the bank-' Hoc tl and county Unions as mar- RANSOM INTO THE COF- ^ent ™erchant and the gOVern* ketin« associations, and fell in FERS OF WAR. | i„ production we have reached Kroul)a rather than a8 KT ,. r . „ _« the high water mark of perfection 1« . A large city merchant may 3 1011 «;tr!rkrn Tnrfustrv i 'n world's history, but our not concern himself about one Stncken Industry. ! marketing nr* mn,t ! - . . . . ., r...

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

gm> 5. -U ) \ I > i f"5«l ; ■ [t l\«.llt A erwin, Publialiera. )■ A Paper Devoted to the best Interests of the People. < tuhfirriplion. Sl.oo Per Annan VOL. 39. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 8. 1914. NO 49. ONE THOUSAND BELGIANS TO COME TO TEXAS. WILL LOCATE IN PANHANDLE. Clarendon, Texas, Dec. 5.— Texas hua been supplying the Waring nations willi necessities of life ever since the ineipiency of the European conflict, and it is now uhout to furnish homes for a thousand or more unfortu- nate people from Belgium. Ar- mngeinents have aheady been made hy Mrs. Adair, owner of the "J. A." ranch, situated in this county, to bring 1,000 Bel- gian women and children to the Panhandle and establish them on farms. Mrs. Adair spends part of her time in Europe each year, and while there some few months ago arranged through agents to bring the Belgians to Texas. A ship to transport the people to Galveston has been chartered, accowliijg to a report. glVeu out here and it is thought it w...

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

SHED THE SSIA ws i Germans Assert They Control the Baltic, and Turks Hold Black Sea. V , ■ i Calls on All Faithful the World Over to Slaughter British, French and Russians—Victory In Poland. 1 \ , M \ i (Summary of Events.) The Russian navy is useless for the present. This is the gist of an official declaration made by the German war office. The Turkish navy dominates the Black gea and the Sea of Azov, accord- ing to the declaration. A bom- bardment of Odessa is feared and Russian shipping companies have removed their ships from these bodies of water. A blockade of the harbor of Libau places the control of the Black sea in the hands of the Germans, while the freezing of the harbor of Arch- angel, in the White sea, severs Russian communication with the outside world. German Defeat in Poland. Russia and Germany each claim a groat victory in Poland. The Russian claim is supported, however, by re- ports from neutral countries and from neutral correspondents. It is said that the Slavs ha...

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

■- •' r ■■' ,*?•'■■ -a 'V>.' ' . MMSihkhk'U iihh ;.• /sFiy 31K; w j ; y 1 ASS COUNTY BIP> i NOVEL SALAD WRINKLE TOMATOE8 AND CUCUMBER8 ABB POACHED WHOLE. Mskes the Latter Easier of Digestion, and Doe. Away With the Fear of Germs— Proper Method I of Serving. I Poaching whole tomatoes and cu* cuniberH before serving them as a IT™.'• on® of the latest culinary wrinkles. The Idea appeals especially to persons suffering from an Inborn lear of germs as well as those who cannot easily digest raw vegetables. The poaching process effectually set- tles the germ question and It Is claimed Tenders these two favorite salad vege- tables more digestible than In their raw state. If the water Is boll lag ■when the vegetables are put In they may be removed at the end of seven minutes. They are then ready to be drained and chilled, the skin of the tomato being at once pulled off. Tomatoes are Immersed In the boil- ing water without being cut, but cu- cumbers should be thinly pared. A bay leaf, a...

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

.1 I % / k EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. TltKCASS COUNTY SUN published every Tiiosilft.v, In entered t the Uuduu tioilofflou; n« Second Class matter. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION! Single copy |>tr year " $1.00 six months ' 60 cents No papers scut out without the cash In advance; paper stopped when time is out, or we lose it Obituary notices and cards of thanks wll'be inserted at two-and-a-half cents line Resolution of Respect. Whereas it has pleased the all wise God in his wisdom to send the Death An^el into the home of our beloved .Sovereign Euln Fant, to claim for his own the jewel of that home. On Oct. 11. 1914, little Grady Fant departed this life after a lingering illness of several .days, during which tinio all was done for him that loving hands and medical skill could do, but to no avail. It was on Sunday eve, surrounded by friends and loved ones, that, little Grady breathed his last ami went on his..way to glory. No more enn a fond mother kiss her darling's cheek, Nor ran a brother's...

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

. ®9N """ ~ Orongei Lemons, Apples, Grapes, Bananas, Candy and Nuts at the Store W iii 111 i mmi 0CA L INTE L LlGENCE Mackerel at 8am Punt's. Mr. ati<1 Mrs. Clus. Moon have ii little daughter at their home, horn on the Oth. •iny your coffins, caskets nud burial suitfl from John S. Mor- ris & 8 ui. New Ribbon fane Syrup at Sam Kan's'j. 0. C Stone, from near New Oniony, was tt pleasmt cu'ler nt the Sun office yesterday. Second hand buggy haruiyjsat .J «. Dell's. j The A/agic Washing Slick ' The Magic Washing Stick is ju|t fine. It did just what ii snid it would >{<> am*" the cK.tlies w ;rc so nice and •.vhiti with all tli it hud rubbing left off." writes .Mrs. -Sirili >>>lil\ Piston, Texas. Tlu Magic Stick is hot a RiSap nor a wash it)}; powder. Sold by druggists, three 10c Sti; ks for 2'V*, or 14' mail from A. I). Richards Midicine Co., Sli rtnan, Tex. W. L. Lemm< n and J. 13. Sul 1 i\ hi were up from near Lodi S t turd iy. 5 Si'ttles of Garrett Snuff for ...

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

mmm V.. ;'v 7J- ■ ' . v n xroKV *ifffie' *J. '■ c'' v «.* Sis? ,•;■ *i ■ 0. .* a . ' I HANGS IN BALANCE (AUSTRO.QERMAN AND RU38IAN ARMIES BATTLE DESPERATE. LY BEFORE WARSAW. I . J' s* rs i 1 i i, ' I THE LOSSES ARE ENORMOUS Comparative Qfulet Prevails Along Battle Line In France and Bel- glum, Say Reports. TEXAS NEWS CONDENSED I London.—The battle In Northern. 'Poland, concerning the progress of •which there has been so much nays, tery, Is now being fought out under the eyes of the German emperor on the one side and the Russian emperor on the other. Now virtually all the heads of the nations at war are with their troops. The king of England is in France; the king of Belgium, as usual, Is spending all his time with his sol- diers, while President Polncare of France has started for another viait •to the northern battlefield. Official news from Poland continues to be scanty, and with both head- quarters claiming successes, it is Impossible to say how the battle la «oing. Of Its intensi...

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

: - • •*" •w / -Mi, "Jf** r" I I *V £■«&>-« O i .y&w, * - -4* ' <-/ 'M * ¥ .'. • The Last Shot (Copyright, 1914, by Charles Scribaer's Sou) 8YN0P81®. """" ' At thetr home on the frontier between ;be 41 t *6 the Browns and Grays Marta Galland ami tier mother, entertaining Colonel Wester- linn ot the Grays, nee Captain Lanstron, staff Intelligence officer of the Browns, Injured by a fall In his aeroplane. Ten years later. Westerllng, nominal vice but real chief of staff, reinforces South La Tlr, meditates on war, and speculates on the comparative ages of himself and Mar- "ta. who Is visiting In the Gray capital. /Westerllng cajls on Marta. She tells him ®f her teaching children the follies of war ^nd martial pa'rlotlsm, begs him to pre- vent war while ho lit chief of staff, and (iredlcts that If he makes war against the Browns he will not win. On the march with the B3d of the Browns Private Stran- •«y, anarchist, decries war and played- out patriotism and Is placed under...

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

II ts I I M HON THE BANKER MISSIONARY WORK NEED- ED AMONG BANKERS AND MERCHANTS. Co-Operr.tion, Not Dictation, Need of Farmers. At"** At a meeting of the represent- atives of the Texas Bankers' As- sociation and the Farmers' Union in Dallas recently, co-operative plans were adopted whereby the men who grow the cotton and the men who finance it will re- new their efforts to hold the pres- ent crop for better prices and to diversify the planting next year. Mr. W. D. Lewis, President of the Farmers' Union, who repre- sented that body at the meeting, gave out the following interview: "The Farmers' Union renews its entreaties to all farmers to hold cotton and recommends that the farmers who must have mon- ey avail themselves of the co- operation of the banker in seem- ing cotton loans. The Union is sending out a large corps of lec- turers to urge holding cotton and diversifying next year's crop. ' Tco Much Free Advice. "The banker in lending money Is giving practical co-operation to the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 22 December 1914

ISp'v % n/im«F.R * ERIVI.V Publiahera. > VOL. 39. 1 w ' L\ I -A. Paper Devoted to tlie best Interests of the I?eopl®. {«*ub«crlpl on. Sl.OO Per Annnnr LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1914. NO 51. now Co-Operation Got Good Road. Let me say iu the first place we live eight miles from town, our market, There has been a maca- dam road five miles of the way. Recently a delegation of us went before our county commissioners asking that they grade and build the remaining three miles. The nnewer of the commissioners was * "We have not the money to go so fur cut and can't build all the roads in the county now. You need the road and we would bo clnd to accommodate you, but nil the macadam roads must be kept up." Of course, they were right, but we wanted to live on a good road and get rid of mud, hills, rocks and stumps and we could riot move our farms out on the uiaC- adarn road. So we asked the commiseioneas what wasthe best proposition they would make us, for we were in earnest. They...

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

r-Wf-ai* ' I T jS W ' ■R BB1 I Jr m "fIPM S2L_ 'S^y0 " ■■■' 5r-"^'«plS "■ lm?i v;" s-: h'^I __ - - •■■:■. -it ^-ra01 •■ '•■*■ *• V i .;•.. ■*/i| -v ' .v^Sf ■-'Y|'v <5 , V... ^r-! „ , , .'■ -I- . . '• iy ■ _ ,■ ■ 4 ■■ - ' ■ * * *"k-V ?«K 5f b k ALLIES ADVANCING IN WESTERN AREA Both the German and French Official Reports Tell of Vigorous Offensive. RUSSIANS STOP THE GERMANS They Finally Block Advance of the Kaiser's Army on Warsaw, and Capture Many Prisoners, Guns and Munitions. ly they are under the hand of * strict censorship. f (Summary of Events.") Both the German and French official reports continue evidence that the Allies' offensive move- ment is beginning to gather im- petus and is meeting with stub- born. resistance from the German troops, who have been left to hold the Western line while their com- rades are battling with the Rus- sians in the East. The French have been particularly active in the Woevre region, where they have been trying to cut off the German force which...

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

if)' ft* ;;. -n ■ i*|J® •■•"' vmfiSk ->\ to( ':fe- .; Y'': - ■ #;*4t*iar? :428 d!f^b * yam THE C COUNTY SUN OF DISCONTENT Bp# p - METHOD OF USING LINENS Houa.iwive# Have Different-Idea*, But Both of These Ari decid- edly pood. 'Vhat 1b yonr plan for using your linens? Thei ore two way*. One la to select a ceituln proportion of the articles and give them constant use, leaving the others untouched Until tho first lot wears out, thus rendering It oure that you will always have some perfect articles on hund. WT.en the first supply begins to shoT sigtis of hard UBa.se new ones can be taken Into service. The other plan is to use your linens evenly, keeping them all In service, and employing them In rotation, in order to do this with the least trouble you may either put the fresh linen which comes from the wash at the bot- tom of the pile or you may each week take the articles you need from the lowermost layer, placing tho clean pieces on Uie top. This insures even wear for tlie whole s...

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