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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 2 February 1915

■MW ASK RELIEF FOR W. L. ERWIN & ERWIN, AND PROPRIETORS. THK CASK COuaTY SUN JTOOUilied every Tannday, la oBtmd at the tinflon soitofilctt! *#tcvU'L£l0.w mutter I i Obituary notices and cards of thanks Ite fil l l* inserted at two-and-a-half cents Int. ■bei line •our, —t- '— Mr«. I rat us op subscription: dap«Bipgie copy per year ' $1.00 six mouths ' 50 ccnts No papers rent out without the cash « irU jn advance; paper stopped when time is kadi vll| hut •trf *<* •wt nut, or we lose it. rl >- ri i cul CO sf V c' 1 |\ \\ fat. $55- mer liea stit It mo? •wh TOO of riv liv OCX ore \v!k Community Betterment, Sometimes the progress of a commnuityis hindered because everybody wants to lead things. Somebody must stay behind and push if things are to move off right. Are you.a pusher? Just as often, though, progress in community betterment is hin- dered because.no one is willing to assume the responsibility and labor involved in leading. Then is the time to take the reins with- out he...

Publication Title: Cass County Sun, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 2 February 1915

n Ifc' « :W< J=, M.t IfifMM \r.£ &.. * f •"i* f> M ok*rel at^tmJ«iVa. Cotto'n seed meal and hulls at the Linden Transfer Co. R A- Daniel was ou our etreets last Thursday. Raisens, Coooanuts and Eng- lish Walnuts at 8am Pant's. Prunes and Puffed wheat at Sam Pant's. piobate court was in wo3siou yeaterday! Second hand buggy harness at J. G. Dell's. Apples and Oranges at Sain Faut's. Too many people in town this week attending court to make personal mention. " The Best Laxative I Know Of "I have sold Chamberlain's Tablets {or several ycus. People who h-.ve us ed them will take nothing else, recommend tbeoa to my customers as the best laxative and cure for constipa-j lion that I ktv.w of," writes Frank Strour.e| Fruitlund, Iowa. For sale by all dealers. Go to Sain Pant for your Onion Sots. C. 0. Stone, of near Roach, was a pleasant visitor at the Sun office yesterday. Best Harness oil at J. Dell's. Brick and Lime. The Linden Transfer Co. a lot of pressed brick and on hand. iie...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 2 February 1915

i Hi IMIiBSi - - i .- vji wLm: ■ .. ras Troubled with a Chronic Disease. Peruna Cured me Sound and Well. Mrs. Maggie Durbln, 209 Victory 'St., Little Rock, Ark., writes: "I was troubled for five years with a ohronlo disease. I tried everything I heard of, but nothing did me any good. Some doctors said my trouble was catarrh of the bowels, and some said consumption of the bowels. One doctor said he could cure me: I took his medicine two months, but It did me no good. A friend of mine ad- vised me to try Peruna and I did so. After 1 had taken two bottles I found it was helping me, so 1 continued its use. and it has cured me sound and welL 1 can recommend Peruna to any one, and if any one wants to know what Peruna did for me if they will write to me 1 will answer promptly." Never In Doubt What to Do Next. Mary Jane, a child of five, "Just loved" to attend the meetings of a West side church society with her mother, particularly so because It meant luncheon away from home. One afternoon ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 2 February 1915

Wm iW a v '••M, — A proposed flour mill at Sulphur Springs la now practically ussured. • • I The city council of Pecos has let the contract to a Dallas party for the laying of 1,500 feet of eight-Inch -water main In the business section. • * • I ' '*■ • ' A portion of Dickens county, near Spur, has voted $12,000 road bonds, to be used on the Fort Worth-Hos- well highway in that section of the county. • • • It is reported New York financiers will soon erect a $100,000 varnlsb factory in San Antonio. • • • The Texas & Pacific Coal company struck oil at a depth of 830 feet tbree miles west of Strawn. The well is producing 100 barrels a day. • • • An election hag been ordered in the Reeser school district, Grayson coun- ty, for Saturday, Feb. 13, to ralHe th special school tax from 10c on the $100 to 20c for school purposes. • • • The plant of the Piano Milling com- pany, together with aDout 12,000 bushels of wheat and u large quan- tity of flour, was destroyed by fire, entailing al...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 2 February 1915

, I m ■ ■' -JSBSSB ii t HI •! - •I I i A DISASTER ! tv«._ — ' ♦**'' ""xBy Pattr Radford Lreturcr National Farmers' Union. J W C B la lock The farmer gets more out of ch.is i.emmon? the fair than anyone else. The Marvjn o'Kear fair to a city man is an entertain- j A n00tcn ment; to a farmer it is education. ( F Peti, Let us take a stroll through the R p ounklin -fair grounds and linge* a mo- A L G)(JS9 LIST OFjUl Following is the lUt of Grand and I..MM fnrfhe February t«f ol k ifJt E OP TFXAS, >M2tfXST] THE STATE OF TEXAS, TO the Fort Worth, Texas—Peter Rad- ford, National Lecturer of the Farmers' Union, when asked by a representative of the press ii the farmers of the South would , ----- . , n apply for loans under th« terms !ment at a few of the t h Herring of the $135,000,000 cotton pool, interest. We will first pott- „ [visit the mechanical department Bin McMiljiun iand hold communion with the _ world's greatest thinkers, ■ said: i "I do not know of a banker in Texas or elsewh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 9 February 1915

:°m if 1 .W; SFRI ' .Vflr ■ B4N6EK&F.RW1N, PubiHhm, ^ A. Paper Devoted to the bost Interests of the Feople. {fubirriiil'on, 8100 Ppr Snnii'i VOL. 40. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1915. NO. 0. Locating Water With The "Witch." "Kellogg's Springs." the place isnowcalled. Water has brought life where before there seoined on- ly the suggestion of death. Pil- grims are forever climbing tho hills to view the wonder. The price of hill land has advanced about three hundred per cent. "What I did was entirely sim- ple," Kellogg insists. "Anyone might have done ir. Since my boyhood I have been usiug the so-called 'witch' to locate hidden treasuries of water. I have loca- ted many wells. If the work is carefully done there need never be mistake. Of course where no water is, no water will be found; but water is nearly every- where. Sometidies the 'water witch' fairly twists out of uhe hands so strong is the attrac- tion. The explanation of its principle is simple. The water in the grou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 9 February 1915

So Intense, Wm Unable Her Bodj. N. C.—'"About 12 years Mrs. S. W. McClure, of began to fall'ln health, get- I worse all tlio time. I wasn't able my work, Buffering awfully at with vatus In sides, especially side, and none of the time JI well. fmetimea I could not straighten ay body for the Intense suffering, ffcred more or less all the time, ad' was irregular. I As Cardul had helped others, I trying It. I bought six bot- b, and after using two or three bot> |l, I commenced Improving, getting all the time, until I was entirely ^became strong and healthy, gained weighing 120, being just a low when I commenced taking f-dnl. My work is a pleasure, and I like doing my work since, for the was permanent, and 1 have been ^1 and strong ever since. irdul is a fine medicine for suffer- women, and I recommend It to all friends who have womanly tiible." Thousands of women have written ftell "cf the help Cardul has been to Km. Gardul in a mild female tonic, ling especially on the womanly or- i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 9 February 1915

: r j&SVtSHRp H 1 ■ =5= THE CASS COUNTY SUN " 'W$P; !;v Mta Mj I I ie Last Shot FREDERICK PALMER (Copyright, 1914, by Charles Scribner'a Sons) 16 SYNOPSIS. At their home on the frontier between the Browns and Grays Marta Galland and her mother, entertaining CoIoiiqI WeHter- llnK of the Grays, soo Captain Lanstron of the Browns Injured by a fall in his aeroplane. Ten years later. Westerllng, nominal vice but real chief of staff, re-en- forces South La Tlr and meditates on war. Marta tells him of her teaching children the follies of war and martial patriotism, and beffs him to prevent war while ho is chief of statf. Lanstron calls on Marta at her home. She tells Lanstron that she l>elleves Feller, the gardener, to be a spy. Lanstron confesses It is true and shows her a telephone which Feller has con- cealed In a secret passage under the tower for use to benefit the Browns In war emergencies, l^anstron declares his love for Marta. Westerllng and the Gray pro- mler plan to use a ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 9 February 1915

Wfifh*' ■ RMHMRI •;vs1 w -•• cV ' -<_•« .- r., -..■ ••< ■ Cp" •■' ' '■• *<■''" • '- ■ >'■- • "v ik^sr:-.—~—— W?.'. v" V'./,,v- tWIN, IPRIETORS. JN published every fit (tie IJudeO'iMMtofllre* jituary notices and cards of thanks be inserted at two-and-a-half cents line katus op subscription: gle copy per year , ' $1.00 " six months ' 50 cents No papers sent out without the cash advance; paper stopped when time is ,t, or we lose it. Brush, the Magician, was here rriday night with his thrilling nd astounding feats o! magic, (any wonderful things, border- ig on the impossible, were done •y him with perfect ease, and he graceful manner in which hey were performed was a de- .ight to all those present. He is indeed a wonder. If you missed seeing him you certainly missed a treat. This completed the Lyceum Course here this season, and Mr. Moore to be congratulated on furnishing the public with such high-class attractions. We are in hopes he can be induced to peenre another course ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 9 February 1915

Jj — . jb(V- i - e 11 f H 4 <:*^SM ^ ' ■.™' ' T Local mfkltwi-w. r m i Mackerel at Sam Fnnt's. Cotton seed meal Htid bulls at the Linden Transfer Co. Biting potatoei and onions at the Linden Mercantile Co- • - • iimiii >i t '-J* ■ ■• .r •— r>«i*er* * •>* Mr John B&K'ftt, or IT'*"-hft Spr >.i^, xp< (if u few days last week liere with hia cousin Q. T. Bartlett. Triumph Seed lrisli Potatoes at the Linden Mercantile Co. Go to I. N. Marett's for your Dr. Russell, of Aviuger, was a ?,,,e8 oranges, cocoanilts, rai- Linden visitor Sunday, liaisons, Cooounutd and Eng- lish Walnuts at Sam Paul's. sins, candies and 6weet choco- lates. Miss Mattie Warren, of Doug- lassville, is visiting her sister Prunes and Puffed wheat at Mr9. s> E Morrig> Sam Fant's. Mrs. Walter Gibson, of Jeffer- son, spent last week here with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. K. Wvnn. Tli« Livt'i* Regulates (he bodi A $lliig;ri<tli Liver Needs Cai'c Someone has said that people with Apples and Orange...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 9 February 1915

■-iff? E Sc. < - * , ,;A , Vou never tasted daintier, lighter, fluffier biscuits than those baked with Calumet. They're always pood — delicious. For Calumrt in- sures perfect baking. RECEIVED HIGHEST AWARDS I World'. Pur. Food Exposition, Chicago furii Exposition* Franco. March, 1*12. "Vs ."or **4DEBYI ^ jmingpowd#*' <*'CAOO Tm ioa't t*n mover nhev too k«T cIm, r blf-cma I I baking pawAn. Don't b« muled. Bar C lw >. It's I I am acoaoaaieal—nora vbalaaaaa—firaa bait raanlto. f | CaJunat b lar superior to aanr milk and wJa. It Isn't Being Done Now. "Janais bo very romantic. She says She's going right down on her knees to beg her father to let her marry Bobby." I "What's she waiting for?" "For the styles to change.' E E, Rub pain away with a small trial bottle of old % "St. Jacobs Oil" When your back is sore and lame *>r lumbago, sciatica or rheumatism lhas you stiffened up, don't suffer! Get a small trial bottle of old, honest "St. Jacobs 011" at any store, pour a little !...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 9 February 1915

•OMEWHAT LENGTHY PR0CE88, BUT WORTH WHILE. fcxpart Gives Explicit Direction* for preparation of Dainty—May Be 8oaked !n Claret or Cider, as Is Preferred. 0 An old ham 1b best, but any thor- oughly smoked, sound ham will do, writes Martha McCullocli Williams. Scrape It all over with a blunt-mlRed knifo, then sprinkle well with a good washing powder and scrub In tepid wa- ter with a coarse cloth. Wring tho cloth dry and wipe the ham, then rinse It In clear cold water and put It to soak over night. The next morn- ing scrape It afresh If any superfluous matter has been loosened, rinse, und put it, skin side down, to cook in cold water, having a rack or plute 11, tho bottom of the boiler to prevent scorch- ing. Bring the ham to a brisk boll, then throw In a pint of cold water and let It. stand two or three minutes; skim off the scum, then throw Into the pot a dozen whole cloves, as many allspice and black peppercorns, a small pod of red pepper, Kilt length- wise, and a blade of mace. Wat...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 9 February 1915

'v' f ' •.« . «n p 1fe>' bR® t. mm a,,as 133 / HHR lis fin' J r ii 3 r v E*®. •nur in 10 THE Ml UMN7 Farmers want to know. 8fflPa Producers Tired of "Watchful Waiting." By Patar Radford Lecturer National Fanuor*' Uulon The government officially es- timates the 1914 cotton crop at 15,969,000 bales. This is the larg- est production in the history of Ithe cotton industry. The 1911 jcrop held the record to tha |present year with a production fof 15,690,701 bales. I estimate we hav« at least two million jbalnfs in the field, much of it (deserted by the discouraged fanner and will probably never ibe gathered. The 3914 crop Eilso ranks among the largest n production per acre, aver- aging 20S pounds per acre and reaches the low water mark in price. The price officially estinn lated for the 1914 crop is 6 cents jper pound against an average [price of 12 cents per pound in 1913 and a production of 182 pounds per acre. Greatest Crop—Lowest Value. The value of the 1914 crop is six cents less...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 16 February 1915

f . f . ■ ., ■' ' ■ Mil • ..-, • -'•!- . * I \< l<. 2t A: ERWIMi Publishers. ^ A. Paper Devoted to th.e best Interests of ttie People. ^«it *ei*ipf*on, #1-00 Per iwnntr VOL. 40. MM'MJh'.UkaguK jkVMi "LEND $50,000,000 IN TEXAS IN FIVE YEARS." LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 10 1915. NO 7. V'Ak wixtsMmtmmama&aMmuesMui&r%l tmmmmmam « «. Governor Ferguson Tolls Insur- ance Companies How to Get Back in State. Austin, Feb. 9.—Gov. James E. Ferguson's penchant for "get ting right down to brass tacks" on any given proposition, that description being the one used by the Governor himself as ex- pressing the characteristic he most desired to find in others, was excellently illustrated today when he was asked by represen- tatives of "exiled" insurance companies who nre urging his partiality to the Gibson bill just what he would regard as a tan- gible proposition from them. The Governor suggested in res- ponse that if the foreign compa- nies who want the Robertson law amended will...

Publication Title: Cass County Sun, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 16 February 1915

- «■>*! • fV$ No sick headache, sour stomach, biliousness or oonstipation by morning. Get a 10-cent box mow. Turn the rascals out—the headache, (tlllouBnesB, Indigestion, the sfck, sour stomach and foul gases—turn them out to-night and keep them out with Cascarets. Millions of men and women take a Cascaret now and then and never know the misery caused by a lazy ^er, clogged bowels or an upset stom- Don't put in another day of distress. Let Cascarets cleanse your stomach; remove the sour, fermenting food; take the excess bile from your liver and carry out all the constipated waste matter and poison in the bowels. Then you will feel great A Cascaret to-night straightens you out by morning. They work while you Bleep. A 10-cent box from any drug store means a clear head, aweet stomach and clean, healthy liver and bowel action for months. Chil- dren love Cascarets because they •ever gripe or sicken. Adv. "SIZED UP" THE STATESMAN Senator Took It as Compliment That He Was "Touched" for ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 16 February 1915

/' ■ Sa _ ■WW ■I i. > jPr m*V. >>m*mr. ■*&!&%. i.$ ' - \--b\. ?? ffl* ?Sff$ ■' SSPj '• i •• ,!* '• '« •,.' . ' ■'■• •< ■• The Last Shot FREDERICK FALMER .J* 16 (Copyright. 1914. by Charles Scribner** Sou) 3YN0P8I8. At their home on the frontlor between tthe Browns and Grays Marta Gallnml and her mother, entertaining Colonel Wester- llng of thu Cruys, see Captain I^anstron of the Brbwns injured by a fall hi his ]aeroplane. Ten years later. Westerllng, nominal vice but real chief of tAff, re-en- forces South La Tlr and meditates on war. Marta tells him of her teaching children the follies or war and martial patriotism, and begs him to prevent war while he Is 'chief of staff. Lanstron calls on Marts ;at her home. She tells I^nstron that she believes Feller, the gardener, to be a spy. Lanstron confesses it Is true and shows her a telephone which Feller has con- cealed In a secret passage under the tower 'for use to benefit the Browns In war emergencies. lanstron decl...

Publication Title: Cass County Sun, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 16 February 1915

sT; Tel ■' '"■U'. r , ■ •? 1^*-' nw • • <1. 15. A. BANGER W. t. EHWIN BANGER & ERWIN, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. TUB CASS COUNTY 8TJSpnblM d every Tuo d y, U eutered tt the Lluden ooutoflloo; u Second.C1m nutter. «K F9 Obituary notices and cards of thanks will be inserted ut two-and<-half cents pei line ratgs op subscription: Single copy per year ' $1.00 " six months ' 60 cents No papers sent out without the cash la advancb; paper stopped when time is out, or we lose it. New District Created. A new district has been created out of the 5th Judicial District composed of ,Marion, Franklin, Titus and Morris counties leav- ing cass and Bowie in a district to themselves. John A Ward was appointed Judge and Butler Ralston District Attorney of the new district. The present term of the Cass county court will adjourn on Feb. 27, and new court will con- vene March 15th for a 5-weeks term. GRAND JURY REPORT. To the Honorable H. F. O'Neal Judge of the District Court: We the Grand Jury em...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 16 February 1915

L *$ ffl ; ■ fm t ^, ►. \ l n e2 3 WW m v> LOCAL INTELLT Mnokerel at-Hit in Far.iV « . wt iUS-^ Mrs. Millie Howell it visiting Mrs. Sadie Lee at Kildare. Cotton eeed meal und bulla at the Liuden Transfer Co. Mrs. S. E. Ellington visited friends in Big Sandy last Week. Prunet and I'utfed wheat at Sa'n Want's. Mr. M. L. Ray,of Mt. Pleas- Hut, is visiting S. II. Hood near Altnira. Rdisens, Couoaniits and Eng- lish Walnuts at Sam Faut's. R. F. Hamilton, of Center Grove, paid the Sun office a pleasant visit Tuesday. Maccaroni and cheese at the Liudeu Mercantile Co. Mr. Albert George, of Hugo, Co)., h here visiting his brother S. E George. "Tke Best Laxative J Know Of "I have sold Chamberlain's Tablets (or several years. People who have us- ed them will take nothing else. I can recommend them to my customers as the best laxative and cure for constipa- tion that I know of," writes Frank StrouseJ Fruitland, IoWa. For sale by nil dealers. J. T. Carrel, of Lodi, Route 1, attended to busine...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 16 February 1915

lawKWiMP— JHRj Pv-;'> 'r jr- .1; f«* Ij/i * sour, yassy stomachs in minutes. Time It! In flvetalnutes all stomach distress will go. No Indigestion, heart- burn, aonrneas or belching of gas, acid, or eructations of undigested food, no dizziness, bloating, or foul breath. Tape's FMapepsln Is noted for its speed in regulating upset stomachs. It is the surest, quickest and most cer- tain Indigestion remedy in the whole world, and besides it is harmless. Please for your sake, get a large fifty-cent case of Pape's DiapepBln from any store and put your stomach right Don't keep on being miserable— life is too short—you are not here long, so make your stay agreeable. Eat what you like and digest It; en- Joy it without dread of rebellion In the stomach. Pape's Dlapepsin belongs in your home anyway. Should one of the fam- ily eat something which don't agree with them, or in case of an attack of indigestion, dyspepsia, gastritis qj stomach derangement at daytime or during the night, it is ba...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 16 February 1915

t" 1 1 n f THE CASS COUNTY SUN Votara or Corpus ChrUtf tevs aa- IhorlMd Um city to 1mm* flMJM la bondi tor the purpoaa ot inr^nnlitf tb* paving work which haa been going ou during tho last two jaara. • • • The 3*aaaga of the Bailey (of Do. Witt) electrocution bill, abollahlng execution by hanging and substitut- ing electrocution, to occur at Hun ta- ctile in the atate prison, was the sub- ject of a bitter attack by Mr. Wiley, author of a bill to abolish capital liunlshment • • • Cotton exports through the port of Galveston for the exchange week closing Feb. 5 were heavier than nay other week this season. A total of 194,196 baleu were shipped, accord- ing to the official figures. Exports are rapidly cutting into the stocks, for the exports of the last four weeks have daily exceeded the receipts at the port. • • • Working with barely a quorum of members present, the senate passed two general bills finally and one to engrossment. Considerable opposition developed to Dr. Clark's bill ap...

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