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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 23 March 1915

& y ■<J'h I U|I "Pape's Diapepsin" settles sour gassy stomachs in Five minutes—Time It! Ton don't want a slow remedy when your stomach la bad—or an uncertain one—or a harmful one—your stomach Is too valuable; you mustn't Injure It Pape's Diapepsin is noted tor Its speed In giving relief; Us harmless- ness; Its certain unfailing action in regulating sick, sour, gassy stomachs. Its millions of cures in indigestion, dyspepsia, gastritis and other stomach troubles has made it famous the world over. Keep this perfect stomach doctor in your home—keep It handy—get a large fifty-cent case from any dealer and then if anyone should eat something which doesn't agree with them; it what they eat lays like lead, ferments and'sours and forms gas; causes head- ache, dizziness and nausea; eructa- tions of acid and undigested food— remember as soon as Pape's Diapepsin comes In contact with the stomach all such distress vanishes. Its prompt- ness, certainty and ease In overcoming the worst stom...

Publication Title: Cass County Sun, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 23 March 1915

■ ■ PALMER FREDERICK =~ Vlwp Vyv/un _ (Copyright. 18X4. by Charica Scribnai*a Sona) CHAPTER XXII—Continued. "I think we have practically agreed that the two Individuals who war* in- valuable to our causa wereJfrrtow and Mlaa Galiand," Lsnatron ajpnarked ten- tative!/. He waited fop k r«ply. It was apparent that be was laying a foundation before he went any fur- ther. "Certainly!" said the vice-chief. "And you!" put in another officer, ■which brought a chorue of assent. "No, not I—only these two!" Lan- stron replied. "Or, I, too, if you pre- fer. It little matters. The thing la that I am under a promise to both, •which I Bhall respect. He organized and labored for the same purpose that she played the spy. When we sent the tr<iopn forward in a counter-attack and pursuit to clear our soil of the Grays; when I stopped them at the frontier—both were according to Par- tow's plan. He had a plan and a dream, this wonderful old man who made us all seem primary pupils In the art of waf." C...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 23 March 1915

wmm ' I S.' .) : mm ■ - I A. Miller OF JEFFERSON Specialist on Diseases of the^ Bye, Ear, Nose and Throat jmd Glass Fitting. Will be in Linden April 1st and £n<L BUY A PET ALUM A BUY A PET ALUM A CHICKENS THE PETALUMA WAY Are Raised Profitably SEND FOR OATALOQ3 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 CALL N. Delaware St., Indianapolis CliftoBi Orubbs Restaurant—Meat Market OPEN 16 HOURS A DAY. Can fix you something to eat a.ny time at lowest possible price. You can find a nice line of beef and pork at all times. We handle first class meat only. Inspection always welcome. See us for fresh oysters, bread, crackers, cabbage, potatoes, etc. Ladies invited to inspect our market at£any ti...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 30 March 1915

I • $$PSPl 1 •• SL 'kj. J j- ■ f" ■' V' • HH ■ '^^ppf'!'- ;;>r':^v' 7"' ' - '' ' '" v ■' — 4, - r T' ' r/^v. • /. *;, •■ '• a;#? 1 *>v& r • ' r ' :'$$L f '• ' ^ass;,r<i; R ERVVIN, Publiiheri, ^ -A. Paper Devoted to the best Interests of the People. •{iubM,rIpi*on, §100 Pel* 4i imih* VOL. 40. Snake Cave on Hlfe Farm. Owuer Summons Help and 125 Blue Kacers are Slain. FiwJlay, O., March 20.—James Bookwulter while ploughing on bis farm in Amanda Township saw a snake crawl into a small opening in the ground. He investigated, picked up a shovel, and with a little digging discovered a small cave occupied by scores i>kv*uakes. Mr. Liook- walter culled for help and when the small army of men were through with the slaughter 12.r> had been killed. All were of the blue racer vari- ety. Several of the larger ones showed fight, but they were kill- ed without much trouble.—New York World. Boost Your Neighbors. Here's! a little rule which will help you and help your neigh- bor*: ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 30 March 1915

H GARRISON OF 50,000 OFFICERS T AND MEN ARE MADE PRISONERS. CONDEN! mmm SIEGE LASTED SIX MONTHS Victory Gives Russia Control of Nean Iy All Eaat Gallcla and Releases Big Army. Petrograd, via London.—The Prze mysl garrison, which capitulated tc the Russian army Monday, surrendered •without a fight. The hoisting of the rwhite flag over this fortreBS, which 'was said to be on the point of sur- render on a number of occasions, caused little surprise as it was gener- ally known that It waB in a terribly weakened condition, without food 01 ammunition and Its endurance was only a question of days. War office advices report that nine Austrian generals were taken, more than 300 officers and 50,000 men. The Russian general commanding the Investing army has been decorated With St. George's cross. A heavy snowstorm failed to check the enthusiastic demonstrations In which the civil and military poj^uia- lions united when the fall of Prze- mysl was announced. The crowds floundering In deep drifts...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 30 March 1915

m ■ *fm3 ■ . • " v> ! CASS m- IJv* * ">1Ui Ms&e*. wwar vmiiP'mav&M&m.m. trmM PARROT & CO. "W BY HAROLD MACGRATH AUTHOR OF "THE CARPET FROM BAGDAD," "THE PLACE OF HONEYMOONS," ETC. CHAPTER I. East It Eaat. It began somewhere In the middle of the world, at a forlorn lauding on the west bank of the muddy, turbu- lent Irrawaddy, remembered by man only so often as It was necessary for the flotilla boat to call for paddy, a visiting commissioner anxious to get away, or a family homeward bound. On the east side of the river, over tUsri, was a semblance of civilization That Is to say, men wore white linen, avoided murder, and frequently paid their gambling debts. But on this west side stood wilderness, not the kind one reads about as being eventu- ally conquered by white men; no. the real, grim desolation, where the ax cuts but leaves no blaze, where the pioneer disappears and few or none follow. It was not the wilderness of the desert, of the Jungle; rather the tr«gtc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 30 March 1915

iw v;.: ' I 4 m-m WftlfML. ,Tl I'.V (W ,;■ C; • . ■ r '■ -'' ■****>'*$\ ? . i . m((' Ki- safe? BAN'OBR W. L. KRWIN IGER & EE WIN, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. THKOASS COUNTY SUN published every 'Suou'lay, 1* entered at the Linden oottofflo«t as Second.Claw matter. Obituary notices and cards of thanks wil'be inserted at two-and-a-half cents pei line rattts of subscription: Single copy per year ' $1.00 " six months ' 60 cents No papers sent out without the cash In advance; paper stopped when time is out, or we lose it. COURT Only one case was disposed of in the district coart bore last week, that of Churles Warren, charged with killing his mother- in-law,account of which uppeared in the Sun last week. Defendant plead guilty and was sentenced to the penitentiary for life. an appealTo^farmers. L. H. S. L. 8. The Linden High School Lit- erary Society met in regular session Friday afternoon, March 26th. After the house was call- ed to order and minutes read the following program was ni...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 30 March 1915

mmmwrnrn ' 1 liver KNMM mm. frH '■ « L.APIES IHILLIIVER¥ See our Jew Hats CO. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE ICE CREAM SATURDAY AT Linden Drug Co. Mrs. T. I. Stanley is visiting relatives in Bloomburg. Cotton seed meal and bulls at the Linden Transfer (Jo. Prunes find Puffed wheal at Ram Faht's. Miss Mary O'Neal, of Atlanta, fpetit last week With relatives here. Ay! The Invigorating Wdiff of the Pine Forest! How it clears !be throat and head of its mUcous ailments. It is this spirit of Newness and Vi„'or from the health giv- ing Piney Forests .brought back by Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar Honey. Antiseptic and h-aling. Buy a bottle to-day. All Druggists, 25c ARROW COLLARS 2 FOR 25 CENTS T.M. COCHRAN & SONS J. J. Skinner and family, of Atlanta visited W. C. Blalock and family Sunday. A few more onion sets at the Liuden Mercantile Co. Apples and Uranges at Sam •Faut's. Brick and Lime. The Linden Transfer Co. has a lot of pressed brick and lime on hand. A. B. Bennett visited in Aviti- ger from last Frid...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 30 March 1915

V' 'w vipti fir Plr . «& **? " i* Eii""1' * " ^ W-v.... yr -•*.■ .,- y •. ..,>■■'■;••. ,.-, •- . \-.*3 . ..;. >■.■■■ -; ., * ' f l<t>;••-'•'■■■-■•"frfv ■.•;%'■■■' '' . i-. ' THE CASS COUNTY SUN ' GOOD SPRAYER NEEDED Suitable Machinery Is Essential to Proper Work. Owing to Llmltad Time to Make Ap- plication, It Is Necessary to Take Advantage of Every Convenience at Hand. (By P. W. FAUROT.) As timeliness Is the first essential of successful spraying so Is suitable machinery the first essential of good work. In the selection of a spraying outfit there are several points that should be considered. The type suit- able to the requirements of the or- chard in which it is to be used; wheth- er a hand pump is sufficient or wheth- er a power outfit is required; the ac- cessories, tanks, etc., are all impor- tant details In the makeup of a com- plete outfit. There are some dozen or fifteen re- liable concerns which manufacture spray machines. Each year nearly every one of these...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 30 March 1915

*1 ; *,«?%• 1 * \ r^mr w^nH :^T^1 4^!§fiwRl THE CASS coir* USE FOR "LEFT-OVERS" HOW THE SECONDARY PARTS MAY BE UTILIZED. / Excellent for Hash, or Other Llk« Dlahea, If Properly Prepared and Highly 8ea«oned—Saving the « Sour Milk or Cream. The following advice about "left- overs" will contain nothing new to the good cook or the experienced house- keeper, but It Is just what the aver- age American home cook needs, for she rarely knows how to make good use of left-over meats, vegetables au.1 other foods, which too often And their way Into the. garbage pail. This ad- vice is tnkon from a pamphlet irsued by Mayor Mltchel's food supply com- mittee. The pamphlet, which is full of good recipes, will be sent free to anyono who cares to write for it to the committee at the city ball. New York: Left-Over Meat.—Do not reheat left- over conked meat for a long time at a great heat, as this will make the meat tough. Left-ovei oooked meat will be much more palatable If highly seasoned. Left-over be...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 30 March 1915

* 1 ^ Saml A. Miller OF JEFFERSON Specialist on Diseaaea of the 'Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat^and Glaas Fitting. < m W rill be in Linden April 1st and 2m! Are Rai&ed Profitably BUY A PET ALU MA BUY A PETALUMA CHICKENS THE PETALUMA WAY 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, $3.00 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 CALL N. Delaware St., Indianapolis / Frost Proof Cabbage Flants. 30c per 100 delivered by par- cel post.- Also a general variety of gar- den plants and Nancy Hall pota- to slips. Industrial School, Avinger, Texas. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Davis & H rnrion lo (11 • llovr dear to viv S >rt« in tie ateaiy subscriber Who paysin a I v.t >ceat the birth of each year, Who lays down the money, and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 6 April 1915

4 I m>>- ? / n '" "• •«,ft£i-'WiW® •'5'• wil * ' lv 'i fjpflf W"'. CM V.fiR a l.KHIiV, I"u( li«iisTi. } .A. Faper Devoted to the best Interests of the People. {Nub«Ttiil'*n *i '"<■< * VOL. 40. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, APRIL 0. 1915 ,fThe War is Over." Not in Europe. But, in so fur as it affects Southern farming, the war is over. Let the fanners recognize that fact*. The worst effect of the war was felt last fall when, with the larg- est cotton crop in history on hand, the price was cut half in two. In the New York market for the week ending March 27, spot cotton from 0.15 middling up- land to 9.50 May option, closed at 0%; August, September and later months passed 10 cents, Junuury options reaching 10.50. Now May cotton is selling for 9 cents and spot cotton between H and 9 cents. Let not these prices induce you t<> put more cotton in theground. Put less. Curtail radically your cotton crop and extend the acre- nge devoted to wheat and corn and oats, and to all other...

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

. mm THE CASS COUNTY SUN AFRICAN UlNER FALABA AND STEAMER AGUILA SENT TO I BOTTOM. t>0ME8T)C AND FOREIGN HAPPtt* INGS SERVED UP IN AT- TRACTIVE 8TYLE. NOTHING GOOD GOT AWAY UPWARD OF 150 LIVES LOST .fforpedo Fired Before People Could Reach Boat* Kills Many—Woman , Struck by Shell. London.—Upward of 150 lives were lost In the sinking by German subma- rines of the African liner Falaba and the British steamer Aguila, bound ,(rom Liverpool for Lisbon. - The Palaba, which was torpedoed In St. George's channel Sunday after- noon, carried a crew of 90 and about 1160 passengers, and of this total only £140 were rescued. The Aguila had a crew of 42 and 3 passengers and of these 23 of the crew and all the passengers were lost. In both cases, on sighting the sub- marine, the captain tried to escape by putting on all speed possible, but the under-water craft overtook the steam- ers, showing that Germany now has eomo of her most modern submarines engaged in the blockade operations ifigainst E...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 6 April 1915

■ -f„r-*s--r:^ ,.; r1 ' !' :"'^r "". ":V"" S^r'" '' "J'j' ■KjgM J ! ■■ ' .fViftfc' ■ ' ' .'>■ - V -.|V- ■■ "r'V.i ;,;. .■ ........... ■ #fRg& -^r'ir 7^~} ^.y Sm. THE CASS COUNTY SUN PA ors' IWOLDMCGmn Aufhorgf The (krpe t fromBa^cla The Place of Honeymoons, etc. CDPYRJCMT 3Y T/1£ BOBBJ-flERRUL COMMA Y « 8YNOP3I8. —2— ■Warrington, an American adventurer, and JameH, Ills servant, with a caged par- rot, the trio known up and down the Ir- rawaddy as Parrot & Co.. travel along the road to the landing, bound for Rangoon to cash a draft for 300,000 rupees. Elsa Chetwood, rich American girl tourist, sees Warrington come aboard the boat at tha landing. CHAPTER II—Continued. He oyed her, mildly surprised. "Oh, he puzzles us all a bit, you know. Well educated; somewhere back a gentle- man; from the States. Of course 1 don't know; something shady, proba- bly. They don't tramp about like this otherwise. For all that, he's rather a decent sort; no bounder like Lhls rol- ter we left at ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 6 April 1915

if1. ■ & OOtJNTY SUN 3. K A. BANOKK W. L. EKWIN BANGER & ERWIN, EDITORS "AND PROPRIETORS. THE CASS COUNTY SUNT bU be<i UTery Toeadsy, Is entered at tUe Linden oostofllco; as Ssooud.Class matter. Obituary notices and cards of thanks wil 1 be inserted at two-and-a-half cents pei line ratbs of subscription: single copy per year ' $1.00 " six months ' 60 cents No papers sent out without the cash In advance; paper stopped when time is out, or we lose it. OLD-TIME FARMING. When 1 was young, Joug, long ago, the fanner's weapon wns the hoe. Where now he rides in princely state, upon a cultivator great, he used to trudge along in woe, and whack the weeds out with a hoe. A husky boy with team of mules, and modern cul- tivating tools, caudo as much in half a day as seveu_men, in the old way, could do in seven days on more, and when he(s done he isn't sore. Men used to thresh their grain with flails, and yon could hear their grunts and wails as they stood up on weary feet, and knocke...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 6 April 1915

:/;-e 1 . -\t :w.-y liAPIES MILLINERY See our New Hats MERCANTILE CO. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE ICE CREAM SATURDAY AT Linden Drug Co. Bom to Mr." t nd Mrs. Bob Johnson, a daughter on the 5th. Cotton sped meal and hulls at the Linden Transfer Co. Prunes and Puffed wheat at Sum Kant's. W E Marett, of Lanier, was in the city last Wednesday: A R RO W COLLARS 2 FOR 25 CENTS T.M. COCHRAN & SONS A few more onion sets at the Linden Mercantile Co. Apples and Oranges at Sam Kant's. K Wynn went down to Jef- ferson yesterday. Crisco at the Linden Mercan- tile Co. Mackerel at Sam Kant's. Mrs. W S Kay and children, of Zion Hi'l, were visiting in Linden Sunday. S3WMR9BKV>j J. R. Hedges, from below Caves Springs, was in the city yesterday. A good Jack for sale cheap. J. F. Ramsay. Kildare Texas. Miss Pauline House, of Abi- lene, is here visiting Miss Hat- tie Belle Cochran. \ Cure lor Sour Sloin.-n'li Mrs. Wm. M. Thompson, of Battle CrJ< •k, Mcch., wfttes; "I have been trou- bled with indigestio...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 6 April 1915

■" '"v- • ■ „ ■ ..•' * . ' .r'' ; • THE CASS COUNTY SUN ■ s^ifP >• 'w- Give Yourself a fair chance The thrill of health and vigor can only be experienced when the digestion is normal, the liver active and the bowels reg- ular. Any disturbance of these functions should suggest an immediate trial of HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS It is a tonic, appetizer and strength maker of well known ability, and will help Nature restore health and vigor to the entire digestive system. Much Cheaper. "I'm going south for the rheuma- tism." "It's cheaper to get it here."—Bos- ton Evening Transcript. ONLY A FEW PIMPLES But Many More May Come If You Neglect Them. Try Cutlcura Free. Cuticura Soap and Ointment are most effective In clearing the skin of pimples, blackheads, redness, rough- ness, itching and irritation as well as freeing the scalp of dandruff, dryness and Itching, besides satisfying every ■want of the toilet and nursery. Sample each free by mail with Book. Address postcard, Cuticura, Dept....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 6 April 1915

Sf L r.V.'fT v':~ 1 - T«. '**5 r?i THE CASS COUNTY SITN [THBJtWSJOMNiity f Tho first through passenger train from Hot tipriugg to Xexarkaua over the •Memphis, Dalla* A Uulf wu lust week. • • • The First National bank of San An- gela has purchased the |8U,00U high school bonds, paylij; a premium of *160. . * . Tarrant county'B *1,000,000 system of highways radiating out of Kort Worth will be completed within two weeks. The system Includes 100 miles of hard surfaced roadway, run- ning from Fort Wotrh to the county lines. * * • The Contral high school district Hear Ennis, voted un additional spec- ial school tax of 10c on the flOO, to help replace the high school building at Ensign, which burned several weeks ago. It Is thought that a *5,000 building will be erected. • • • An election held In Cumby, on a iiroposltlon to vote a bond issue of *8,000 for the purpose of building ad- ditions to the present school building resulted in favor of the bond Issue by a majority of three to one. • ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 6 April 1915

■ . . . m ; Ira ~*vi, i &*s i wmgm ■-> , • - I) .•■/''■ .' . ■ f " " ' ->*■ •*: -.4 " -f - •• —"SB Mm. "I- - W^'p^'* I 3C:^ BluflH i /" jgWu*.?.' !]' jjJiffJSE 1 ;:/V! *'*<*■$. w ■ «K& hMv> •< ■■..i-'-.—-L.L-. .[_ ii''■« ■■■■■ M, I, :.i i« t.Mi. I •>rin-iiiiiiteia^) INAUGURATION OF WORLD'S GREATEST INTERNATIONAL CELEBRATION ASSURES CONTINUED SUCCESS ITH au attendance for the first week greater than the combined attendance for the same period of the world u expositions at Chfeago and St. LouIb, the Panama-Pacific International expedition at Ban Fran- cisco has started on a career that the most conservative judgments predict will break all records for exposition buccubb. The exposition opened on February 20, 100 per cent complete structurally, and opened to an at- tendance of one quarter of a million people. From every state of the United States and from the nations of the world came critical visitors to pass on the merlt3 of the celebration that had been so ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 13 April 1915

H\\<;l,R & FJtWIV Publishers. > vol. 40. Using 1,200,000 Bales of Cotton 1 hero is one powder man of promineee who declares that at the rate smokeless powder is be- ing manufactured today the.'pow- About The Warehouse Law. WHAT ABOUT Mr. Editor: THAT VACATION? My Dear Sir:—Stiould —>— some theorist succeed in getting "A rose with all its sweetest passed a law requiring you to leaves yet unfolded." print your paper only in red ink, Young friend! With ._ der mills of the world will con- causing heavy extra expense to ture before you what will you sume a minimum of 1,200,000 j you and being of no benefit what- mukeit—successor failure? With bales of cotton. Hesays cotton, because the powder people are in suqh a hurry to get supples on which to work that they cannot wait for iinsters. The European plants are using cotton and the contract for the American plant, whioh will require 100 bales a day, and to which reference has been made, is fur cotton, not lintero. The truth of...

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