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

- Tpe Meaning op This Would War. n«*Y SUN published overy , is anterad at the Linden uontoIM'-.n' nd.Glass matter. t: ' Obituary notices and cards of thanks wiP (>e inserted at two-and-a-half cents pei line V v . I ratSs or> subscription: Single copy per year ' $1.00 " six months ' 50 cents No papers sent out without the cash In advance; paper stopped when time is out, or we lose it. Send News Items to The Sun. This paper belongs to you, Mr, and Mrs. Subscriber, just as well as to the publisher. You want it to be a newsy one, of course. You can help make it so Evxn'v reader should be a re- porter, tft;d^sfc to the extent of reporting the nays he knows con- cerning hfs owri . family and friends. You perhaps have won- dered how we gather so much newe for every issue. If every reader would give us the items he knows, we would make it twice as newsy as it now is. Merely paying for the paper and taking what we give you is not enough, Other readers would be interested in learning th...

Publication Title: Cass County Sun, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 9 March 1915

*w ■ .i*■'V|mit*?: ■. t, V 'H'To- ' VImem&M I 'S& "Mi B S: '■7m, ii3£-V $s3Sj rat ' ' COUNTY 11BBER COUNTRY the NOT FOR HIMSELF By FRANK LAWRENCE. (Copyright.) . All through the trial the prisoner had sat with his body tynt forward and bis head resting between hla gnarled fists—a picture of sullen de- jection. It was only at the close of his law- yer's brilliant Bummlng-up that be leaned back and gazed about the crowded court room. Then the district attorney faced the Jury. "The evidence against Jud Golden, gentlemen," he said in quiet tones that carried to the farthest corner, "proves conclusively that he Is a desperado unfit to be at large. "The street gang has made him what he Is, and when we send him back to prison we are striking at the organ- ized crime of New York city. "That means that when we strike at Jud Oolden we are not merely Inflict- ing Just punishment upon a ruffian who prowls about with brass knuckles, knife and revolver, engaging In all forms of crime—now ...

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

,Jfp mm® IffiMi**■-8§® <7fcswmit*;-""V fetsfw* fis*S „1 -• • — m THE C Ss ^^K? SSWW^P Wi«5s $t '• i FREDERICK PALMER jw%TOw% (Copyright, 18U, bj Cbarlea Horlbnur's Bona) U CHAPTER XX—Continued. In the inner room, whose opening door gave glimpses of Lanstron and the division chiefs, a magic of secret council which the Juniors could not quite understand had wrought the won- der. Lanstron had not forgotten the dead. He could see them; he could eee everything that happened. Had not Partow Bald to him: "Don't just read reports. Visualize men and events. Be the artillery, be the In fantry, be the wounded—live and think in their places. In this way only can you really know your work!" His elation when he saw his plans going right was that of the instrument of Partow'e training and Marta's serv- ice. He pressed the hands of the men around him; his vcvice caught in his gratitude and his breaths were very short at time, like those of a spent, happy runner at the goal. Feeding on victory an...

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

> LOCAL Cotton sepil the Liudon Transfer Co. mtm m m .hi s at Prunes and Puffed wheat at Sam Fant's. r March Oth w* will only ir grU mill every other hTturdny, Linden Gin Co. J. H. Powell is now hand- FROM HUGO, COLORADO. March 4^ 1915. Find enclosed $1 00 M 0 for Cass Co. Sun.- Don't fail to send it, I'm real at.xious for the M D. Givens and little daugh ter Mary are visiting in Dallas. Ay I The Invigorating Wdlff of the Pine Forest! How it clears the throat and head of Its mucous ailments. It is this spirit of Newness and Vigor from the health-giv- ing Piney Forests brought back by Dr. Bell's Pint-Tar-Honey. Antiseptic and healing. Buy a bottle to-day. All Druggists, 25c Miss Halcyone Mines is visit- ing her father C. (J. Ilines it JeHerson. Apples und Oranges ut Sain F aut's. YOUNG MULES. We h ave 3 pair young mules for sale for cash or good note. Lemmon & Buusiey. Clifton Grubbs will deliver Chili and crackers for 35o per qt. Make this your standby fur rush meals. ling al...

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

A SOUTHERN FARMS 'I* Should with a hearty And your condition able you to enjoy your food A "don't care" or a "no thank you" disposition Indicates— A lazy liver, clogged bowels or impaired digestion. ' ' HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS Will tone and sweeten stomach and bowels WW. Regulate the appetite, assist the digestion— Help Nature in every way to- wards Improving your general health. Try a bottle today, but be sure you get Hostetter's. Helping Reform. He—Miss Prettyface, I have been converted, and I want to make resti- tution of any wrong I have done. I stole some kisses from you, and I ■would like to give them back. She—Well, Mr. Smith, of course I don't want to put any obstacle in the way of your doing what you think Is right. BROUGHT NATURAL BACK HEALTH The Facts About an Interesting Case Of Serious Female Trouble Bene- fited By The Use of Cardui. Walnut Cove, N. C.—Mrs. E. A. Rothrock, of this town, says: "About two years ago I was In very bad health for three or four months. At...

Publication Title: Cass County Sun, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 9 March 1915

p ?> If ft' ■."■>' """ ' •■- "■■r< <- ■ pi W THE CASS COUNTY SUN PREPARING FOR FALL GRA f — Getting Moisture Into 8oil and SaMy Stored la Something Often Neg- lected on Dry Farms. The most important part In aoll 'ttolature conservation, the most Im- portant factor In dry farming, and the one which has been moot greatly neglected by our western farmers, la getting the rainwater Into the ground and safely stored or conserved In the subsoil, where it may be drawn upon by the growing crop, writes A. M. Ten E«-ak in Denver Field and Farm. The Arming and pulverizing of the aoll to restore capillarity and the cul- tivation to maintain the soil mulch aro each without avail unless there has been stored In the deepi soil a sufficient amount of moisture to sup- port the growing crop in time of drought. The plan of producing a mulch to conserve the molsturo In the soil has been more or less suc- cessfully practiced for many yeura; but In a very dry year this method failed because th...

Publication Title: Cass County Sun, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 9 March 1915

fed 4bM-— I BfV-.'^:1 ;■?; " . f®> ■ ■■' OF JEFFERSON Specialist on Diseases of the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat and Glass Fitting. Will be in Linden Ww2; March 15th-16th. BUY A PETALUMA CHICKENS THE PETALUMA WAY BUY A PETALUMA Are Raised Profitably 3|| Wt PAY. | I %!• FREIGHT • J i; t , i pualuma ca! i SEND FOR OATALOQS NOW Get An Early Hatching Start-—Poultry Is Money. 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 a limited number. Eggs $2.50, $3 50 and $5.00 per setting. SEND IN YOUR ORDER AT ONCE PETALUMA INCUBATOR CO. PETALUMA CALI. N. Delaware St., Indianapolis ..11,.. J.1! iim*1 AFTER A WHILE. j Clifton Grubbs Restaurant—Meat Market Can fix you something to eat e.ny time. First class meat a specialty. I handle Bread for the public. A nice line of tobacco and fruit. Day Phone 40 Night Phone 35 The Best is None to Good. The Thrice-a-Week Edition of The...

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

r Y ■ • • .ipj- 1 i I I*®? ' <*. -nt,1 **>-( ? &s" *f ',> /"\.; ,. ' r. ^ ; ' :' J - : v A W. 'fgfHRi ■ • !>P „• . F '"' HKap-'t I B)Kr>ER dt ERWIN, PuWixiim. ^ A Paper Devoted to the beat Interests of tliO People. <[*ub.rrf| l'oii, $100 Per Anunnr VOL. 40. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, MARCH 10, 1916. jE\j, 11. That Summer Vacation. Young women and men desir- Thc Different Kinds of Gossip There are several different kinds the District Court of Cass County, Texas: GRAND JURORS LIST OF JURORS ing to achieve a success should ! of gossip, and each one may be Following is the list [of Grand and not wastetheirBurumervacation.1 typified by some member of the Petit Jurors for the March term of One vacation properly spent will animal creation. protect them against poverty j First take the goose. The and enable them to earn a re*1 goose gabbles and hisses, not be- spectable living. TJhere is no use cause she is malicious, but be- J Anhc^Bryan in idling away the summer cause s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 16 March 1915

*lZ \ J P ,'.:j 1 fc^kj _ >%r- PP] ■ v:^if ■■■ - •;.••■ If w[w '■*^>1* • '■ -:•' . •. '. ■ ■ ■ ■/••J H • SSsw|i.'ii>T. -It ■ sjafCal Strolling Avi Y .. Pro- iyoung men everywhere buy three times as many FATIMAS as any other 15c cigarette. OQJSQ&oqQy, ^ ^ wvww *vi mk AA <20 /or 15* DEFIANCE STARCH is constantly growing in favor because it Does Not Stick to the Iron and it will not injure the finest fabric. For laundry purposes it has no equal. 16 oz. package 10c. 1-3 more starch for same money. DEFIANCE STARCH CO., Omaha. Nebraska Texas Directory Hotel Waldorf III Kates: II, ft.50 and 92. 140 rooms, part of them aro law*) and well ventilated, lirliiff jour family. BARBER SUPPLIES The be«t and moat complete line lu the South. The celebrated Steel Craft Razor, 32.00,- poata(?e prepaid. Grinding and Honing. C. F. HOrFMAN CO„ 1709 Mala Street, Dallas. Texas* Write or call for free catalog. ATTENTION AUTOISTS prepaid una gallon of oar Patents Carbon Remover, tne Carbon rnm...

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

The C. B. Cozart .Grain company ot Panhandle broke ground for a 15,000- busb«l grain elevator to be erected at that place. * • a The Tarrant county commission- ers' court Lib Issued a call for au election April 6 to vote on the Issu- ance of $31)0,000 bonds for a new county Jail and $200,000 for roads. • • • Exports of cotton from Galveston to Europe In February amounted to 635,811 bales, valued at 124,110,683, according to the official custom rec- ord. The cotton exports for the month aro the largest of any Febru- ary In the history of the report There have been 2,755,871 bales. • • Friday's outgoing traffic from Gal- veston was the heaviest of the week, amounting In all to 52,800 square bales of cotton, valued at $2, 337,500. Two other vessels, with cargoes valued aj approximately $1,000,000 cleared. • * • Governor Ferguson's request that the federal government allow $30,000 for the appointment of 30 additional state rangers for the Hio Grande border pro- tection has been referred...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 16 March 1915

IB JfS WiM^' ' "Ml BANGER & EDITORS AND . . - THECASS COUNTY 8 Taesday, Is entered M SucQad.i ;;: 11 I ' , > Ob tu tbauks ilf cent: m Katms op subscription: Sfugle copy .per year ' $1.00 " six months ' 50 cents No papers sent out without the cash ti advance; paper stopped when time is out, or wc lose it. County Attorney, Elmer L. Lin- coln and Deputy Sheriff, E. L. McDufHe have had out their drag-net for several days and last week hauled in forty-two cases of gaming in and around Linden. They state that they had been gathering evidence for sometime and had practically all of the-crap shooters spotted and the yards located before makiug their final raid. They spent all of last Thursday afternoon in the woods a foot, and about four o'clock caused a precipitate re- treat of a bunch of gamesters, but it was too late, names were by this time known. Among; the forty-two cases against which complaints have been filed are both whites and negroes. The County Attorney says that in all ...

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

% . ■ . / I, be!;' fr . Jn I | £91 ■ Hal Mi ARIET1 INTO rOVRlIHEAU . . , • . ■ iti ■ is Your family Physician will tell you that VARIETY in food is necessary to enjoy good health. We have all kinds of toothsome Can good, FRESH STAPLE GROCERIES, appetizing condiments, in fact everything to eat that makes BRAIN and BRAWN. Don't be a slow coach, come here, get groceries, get fat, and dull oare will flee. All groceries guaranteed to be fresh and just as repre- I sented. THIS WILL SURPRISE YOU jri -y The best and most complete line of DRE8S SHIRTS and WORK SHIRTS ever brought to Linden i3 now on our shelves awaiting your inspection. Ties in bewildering profusion to go with the latest style collars. Our neck tie? are nec- essary, if you wish to dress in the approved fashion. Hosiery for men, women and children in all grades and colors. Our hosiery will put the finishing touch on foot toggery, most especially when they are on the inside of a pair of our Low Quarter Shoes that will arrive i...

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

feflBBaas WT m • I ^P§ " " ' I Wf m • I mF ' x ' « y . ■ wHmSm S4Sli%N; ^ ■<*■■'■■.■•'• :••' ■' v ,•••' ,k "X<;n >i'v . v.,v;.:'•'X' .... - i- . • .r w ®SsSkfc* -mS &V. Wft, STOMACH "Pape's Diapepsin" fixes sick, sour, gassy stomaehs in five minutes. Time it! la five minutes all stomach distress will go. No Indigestion, heart- burn, Bourness or belching of gas, acid, or eructations of undigested food, no dizziness, bloating, or foul breath. Pape's Diapepsin 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 Diapepsin from any store and put your stomach right Don't keep on being miserable— life i* 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 Diapepsin belongs in your home anyway. Should on...

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

v. jpl;/; > sS! ' ' sv- ■ *$« ' H Shot By ■ ■ FREDERICK PALMER fa——J ■■ f ■ „ : E CASS COUNTY SUN IVILJHkMH SS^JiP $■*4$ ^aPfpIv' ■ v '•■ vfMk % \\ ^(Copyright, l«U, Dy CbtrlM ttorlbnerU Son.) CHAPTER XXI—Continued. "Wo are golbg on, I and my guns, on to the beat yet —on In the pursuit! Nothing can stdp us! We shall hit the Grays so fast and hard that tlisy can never get their machine in order again. God bless you! Everything that is tine in mo will always think finely of you! You and Lanny—two fixed stars l'or me!" "Truly!" She was radiant. "Truly?" slie asked wistfully. "Yes, yes—a yes ae real as the guns!" "Then It helps! Oh, how It helps!" she murmured almost lnaudibly. "Good-by! God blesB you!" he cried an he started to go, adding over his shoulder merrily: "I'll send you a pic- ture post-card from the Grays' capital of my guns parked In tho palace square." She watched him leap the garden ■wall as lightly as ho had como and gallop away, an impersonation of the gay, adventuro...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 16 March 1915

. wm ., * SSKwwSBPwElwfi' - ■ •! ' ixXMm fi c -t I- •;•; «w_ kvw?i I :■■■ mi I Millet ; 'WipSaffMBON Specialist on Diseases of tlie Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat and Glass Fitting. Will be in Linden March 15th-16tli. BUY A PET ALU MA BUY A PET ALU MA rutrvrwc Are Raised villvImljliD Profitably THE PETALUMA WAY SEND FOR OATALOQS NOW Get An Early Hatching Start—-Poultry Is Noney. 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 a limited number. Eggs $2.50, $3 50 and $5.00 per setting. SEND IN YOUR ORDER AT ONOE PETALUMA INCUBATOR CO. PETALUMA CALI. N. Delaware St., Indianapolis J Potatoes in Place of Bread. Ii wheat remains.nt its'present hi^h figure or continues to rise in price, and ii there is a'.corres- ponding'jncrease in the price of bread, scientists ciu the depart- ment suggest, that the ordinary household will finditjadvanfagi?- ous to eat more potatoes an...

Publication Title: Cass County Sun, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 23 March 1915

. . " ... . ■" V 1 , .■• ;;*'V ^ '■ ?■ ' ' " " f ■ «•> < '• {• + ■ ^wPw' ' 11 mm>W > : & ERW'W, Publishers. } A. Paper Devoted to the best Interests of the People. <*ab.crip «o«i, •' oo Per %.< nu iv VOL. 40. eastern buyers are taking iron 1 111 " / Cood Inquiry For Last Halt New York, March 11—Bikers of pig irjnure beginning to in- quire more freely in thin territo- ry, consieerable tonnage being involved thus far in inquiry for last half delivery. The interna- tional Steam Pump Co. i.s asking quotations on 1,250 tons of feundrv grades for jtH Harrison, N. J., works, and a New Jersey stove maker is in the market and probably will take about 2,000 tons. Both these inquiries are foi* last half delivery. A Hudson river shop is closing on 500 tons or more, part of which is south- ern iron. A Newark, N. J., buy- erhas taken 1,000 tons for an eastern Pennsylvania foundry. Another quiet sale of 1,000 tons for delivery in this territory has been closed. Further small ...

Publication Title: Cass County Sun, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 23 March 1915

n am I ACH ILLS I S fl s A I if B* If you suffer from Poor Ap- petite, Sick Headache, Bloat- ing, Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Cramps or Constipation you will be greatly benefited by a fair trial of HOSTETTER'S Stomach Bitters The digestive system has be- come weak and Nature needs assistance right away. The Bitters has for over 60 years been recognized as the real "first-aid." Try a bottle. The genuine has our pri- vate stamp over neck. Ever Noticed It? "Eternal vigilance," quoted the mor- allzer, "Is t.ho price of liberty." "Yes," rejoined the demoralizer, "and it Is also the price of retaining a good umbrella." EVENTS BOILED DOWN DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN HAPPEN. INQ8 8ERVED UP IN AT- TRACTIVE 8TYLE. NOTHING GOOD GOT AWAY Everything Important That Could Be Confined to a Small Space I* Here Found. The Real Article. Little Lemuel—Say, paw, what Is an instrument of torture? Paw—The piano in the flat upstairs, eon. It's Foolish to Suffer You may be brave enough to stand backache, or headache? ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 23 March 1915

Hi :« THE CASS COUNTY SUN J Ah, panning few are they who speak, Wild stormy month! In prulne of the#: Yet though thy windi or* loud and bleak Thou urt a welcome montb to me. GOOD THINGS FOR GUE8T9. A delicious little hot dish to pre- pare for a friend la: Tomato Rarebit. —Put a table- spoonful of butter Into a saucepan and when bubbling hot add a table- spoonful of flour; when smooth, add a cupful of tomato puree (strained tomato). Cook for a few minutes until smooth, then add a half cupful of grated cheese, and when melted, a half cupful of milk, mixed with a beaten egg. Season well and serve on salted wafers. Salted Sandwiches.—Blanch two ounces of almonds and cut In shreds lengthwise. Saute in a tablespoonful of butter until brown. Mix two table- spoonfuls of cucumber pickles chopped, one tablespoonful of Worces- tershire sauce and one of chutney, with a few grains of salt. Add to the almonds and cook three minutes, stir- ring constantly. Mash a cream cheese and season with salt ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 23 March 1915

Grand Jury B.VNUEH W. L. KKW1N NGER & BRWIN, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. Tuesday, la entered at th® Linden Dottomw! as Sucoud.Claes matter Obituary notices and cards of tbank9 will be inserted at two-and-a-half cents line 3 Is :Q katk8 op subscription: Single copy per year ' $1.00 " six months 1 60 cents No papers sent out without, the cash In advance; paper stopped when time is out, <v we lose it. W. H. M. S. The Missionary Ladies held their usual fourth Monday social afternoon in the home ol Mrs. I O. Dent, it was well attended and much inteiest was taken in mak- ing and prf paring for the Easter Bazaar which will open Friday before Easter Sunday The hostess, assisted by Mrs Pearl F Davis, served delicious hot chocolate and home made cake. The members departed feeling much encouraged over the in- terest taken in the work lor a good cause. Personality of the hostess made the evening perfect. Publicity Supt. C. W. La genatein vs C. H Nelson, damage, appealed from justice court, ...

Publication Title: Cass County Sun, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 23 March 1915

mzgm (LULL, _.li ■imMII . jlf; 1 iii.hi— I Ijll iip_ n'rt'i >i ''f i' mili'i <ii * I W 4RIKT1 INTO YOUR MENU Your family Physician will tell you that VARIETY in food is necessary to enjoy good health. We have all kinds of toothsome can good, FRESH STAPLE GROCERIES, appetizing condiments, in fact everything to eat that makes BRAIN and BRAWN. Don't be a slow coach, come here, gefc groceries, get fat, and dull care will flee. All groceries guaranteed to be fresh and just as repre- sented. ij R I THIS WILL SURPRISE YOU The best and most complete line of DREfJ3 SHIRTS and WORK SHIRTS ever brought to Linden is now on our shelves awaiting your inspection. Ties in bewildering profusion to go with the latest style collars. Oar nack tiss are nec- essary. if you wish to dress in the approved fashion. Hosiery for men, women and children in all grades and colors. Our hosiery will put the finishing touch on foot toggery, most especially when they are on the inside of a pair of our Low Quart...

Publication Title: Cass County Sun, The
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