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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 18 May 1915

ffifi AMERICA MUST BE EXAMPLE OF PEACE ... r tUMULTOUS APPLAUSE GREET8 PRESIDENT WILSON IN PHILADELPHIA. TALKS TO NEW CITIZENS Pleads With Hearer* for a "Single Allegiance" After Coming Under Stars and Stripes. Philadelphia, Pa.—President Wilson gave to a gathering of 4,000 naturalized Americans Monday night the first in- timation of what course the United States government will pursue in the situation resulting from the loss of more than a hundred American lives on the British liner Lusltania. He spoke by Implication, but hie hearers interpreted his remarks as meaning that while the United States would remain at peace it would seek to convince Germany of the injustice to mankind of the tragedy of last Fri- day. "America," Bald the president "must have the consciousness that on all sides it touches elbows and touches hearts with all nations of mankind. The example of America must be a special example, and must be an ex- ample, not merely of peace, because It will not fight, but beca...

Publication Title: Cass County Sun, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 18 May 1915

I' ■ r, , THE CASS COUNTY SUN _ - HAPOLD mrGMTH CCPY/VG/tr0Y TM DQB&J-rtSmilL GOSIMflY & 8YNOP8I8. Warrington, an American adventurer, nntl James, hla servant, with a caged par- rut. the trio known up and down the Ir- rawaddy as Parrot & Co., are bound for Rangoon to cash a draft for 800,000 rupeea. Elsa Chetwood, rich American K* l tour- ist, sees Warrington and askH the purser to Introduce her. He tells her that War- rington has beaten u syndicate and sold lila oil claims for £20,000. Warrington puts rta.1uh, the parrot, through his tricks for Elsa and they pass two golden days together on the river. Martha, Elsa's companion, warns her that there Is gos- ■ 'n Rangoon Warrington banks his •Iraft, pays old debts, and overhears and Interferes In a row over cards, finds that the row Is caused by an enemy, Newell Craig, and threatens to shoot him unless lie leaves 'own. Elsa Is annoyed by Craig nnd stabs ulm with a hatpin. Warrington bids Elsa good-by. Warrington discovers ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 18 May 1915

WI ' ——■ « W; ■'l £ iwi , r CASS OOUNTY SUN • m,. I i J. K A. W. L. EIIWIN BANGER & ERWIN, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. THKOASS COUNTY SUN publtjlu-il every Toiwdny, Is entered at the Llmlon uoatoffi'w; bb Second.China matter. Obituary notices and cards of thanks will be inserted at two-aud-a-balf cents pei Una rate's 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. A Remarkable Club Offer. We-have secured arrangements from the publishers of Ilollan'd Magazine and F&rm and Ranch which allow us to offer these two excellent papers with The Sun at 75c for all three papers for six months. Think of it — $1.50 worth of papers^at the remarka- ble low'price of 75c. This offer will only last a short while n*"'1 only'applies to six mouth sub- scriptions. Hand in yours to- day. Noted Flyer Will Appear at the State Fair. Dallas, Texas, May 15—Art Smith, the famous aviator whos...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 18 May 1915

\ • X \ ( ■0 a k ■ J-'-?:'I 'r': ,.|f ,, > # UJCAL INTELLIGENCE t). II. Morri* is transacting business in Marshall. Extra fine Cocking Oil at K. Wy nil's. Choice Fancy Apples, Oranges, Lemmons and Bananas Linden Drug Co. 1 Mr Kemp u.|d Itns Goodman, of Kildiire, weto business visit- ors in Linden one day last week Se« d Teas at the Liuden Mer- cantile Co'b. Apples and Oranges at Sam Fant's. Mr. and M'-t. Powell and Dr. A Crossley visited in Atlanta Sunday. San Silk Crochet Thread at T M. Cochran & Sons. llaisens, Coiroanuts arid Eng- lish Walnuts at Sam Fant's. Guy Hughes and Boh Porter were over from Atlanta yester- day. Cotton seed meal and hulls at the Linden Transfer Co. Seed Peas at the Linden Mer- cantile Co's. Mrs. R. E. Florence and chil- dren are visiting her parental home in Atlanta. Dead Shot Tree Killer at Sam Fant's. Ail kinds of feed stuff, also tirick and lime at Linden Trans- fer ('o. I*i of. W. T Stanford, of Bear Creek, was a visitor in Linden one day last w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 18 May 1915

j;■■ ''i I THE CASS COUNTY SUN ' - ~ . ■ ■ V'-'.' X"' : ft ', $ ■ 8 •' M&yk- TEXAS NEWS CONDENSED Work has begun on th« new ?35,000 •Ollmer high school building. It Is thought that the building will be ready (for the fall term of school. • * • The Texas Telephone company has (taken over all local phones from the Southwestern and hereafter Marli'n will have but one telephone company. • • • , Bonds to th«( amount of 110,000 •■were voted at Cumby for extensions, of the waterworks system. The bond Issue was given a large majority. • • • The Marlin city council has ordered an election on June 15 to determine ■whether or not $75,000 shall be spent on school buildings. * • * It is estimated that the good roads at Cameron and adjoining territory were damaged cbout $2,000 by the recent overflows. Work has been started on the repairs. * • • The contract for the joint city and Jeoun'ty hospital at Wichita Falls has been awarded to a Fort Worth con- tractor, the total cost, with equipment, ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 18 May 1915

THE CASS COUNTY SUN STRUCK BY TWO TORPEDOES OFF THE IRISH COAST FRIDAY . AFTERNOON. i: V 4i POSSIBLY 1,400 LIVES LOST ' t Cunard Liner Carried 2,000 Paweng- ®r«, With About 600 or 700 so Far Accounted for as Saved. London—The Cunard liner Lusitania which sailed oat of New York Satur- day, Mov l, with more than 2,000 souls aboard, lies at the bottom of the ocean off the Irish coast. She was sunk Fri- day afternoon by a German submarine •which sent two torpedoes crasnlng In- to her side, while the passengers seemingly confident that the great swift vessel could elude the German under-water craft were having lunch- eon. How many of the Lusltanla's pas- sengers and crew were rescued can not he told at present, but the official statements from the British admiralty up to midnight Friday accounted for €58. A ship's steward who landed •with othf rs at Queenstown gave it as his opinion that 900 persons were lost. There were dead and wounded among those brought ashore, some since have died. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 18 May 1915

■Rpj i w I 1 «iSw i li a> e« P«. w I . *T$ or corporation'Wiatsoever, or Continued From rroni ration or subdivision of the'State. to If ml its credit or ; of V . .. to become a stockholder in such coipoiatlon.assocn t^on"^coin^"ny"provided, however, that under legislative provision any county, a„y polUlcaTstdidivision of a county, or any d,fined district nowpr I'^ftcr to be described and defined wUbin the State of Tex?., and which may or may not in- clude towns, villages, or municipal corporations, upon a vote of two-third* major- ity of the resident property tax payers voting thereon who are qualified electors of J h district or territory to be affected thereby, in addition to all other debts may iasue bonds or otherwise lend Us credit in uuy «nount not to exceed one-fourth of Hw avrssed valuation of the real property of siuh distr.ct or territory; except that the total bonded indebtedness of any city or town shall n 'vor exceed the limits Wloosed by other provisions of this con...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 25 May 1915

••J,V -v '' ; IHH V w i y Pilll I rfe & mi Mmr ■ ' &&■?'. msfHIsn RU,'RR & ERWIN, Publisher*. )• A. Paper Devoted to the best Interests of the People. ;<«ubscripl«on, ®1 O© Per Annul* VOL. 40. 11 1 ■ I LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, MAY 25. 1915. NO. 81. COMMISSIONERS' COURT. • j .1 E Philips bridge work 7.85 Be it remembered that a Special Ses- sion of the Commissioners' Court of Cass County lexas, was held on this 10th day of May, a. d. 1915 at the Court House in i lie town of Linden, Cass County Texas; J. P. Fant, Co. Judge, present and pre- . siding; T. C. Glover, S. C. Norwood, W. Clerk, J. P. Mitchell, Sheriff, Wy H. I,. McDuffie, Deputy. Court w.is duly opened by a proclania- t i"n of said Sheriff at the courthouse door the General fund, which fund to the Jury district court being held right toget her, same being caused by • ass and Bowie counties being made into one district. Ordered that a bond of Itoad District No. 7, amounting to $875.00 be purchased by the co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 25 May 1915

ENT3 IN Flour Must Do Sifted Several Timet to the Beat Results—lite of Bread Crumbs—Tin Cake Boxes. Ffaur.—Flour should always be sift- ed several times, as this adds to the lightness of bread or cake. When aour milk f to be employed with the flour, cream of tartar or baking pow- der Is omitted and only soda used. Tea biscuits, made with soda and sour milk, are delicious southern delicacies. A Quarter of a teaspoonful of soda la sufficient for a quart of flour. Bread Crumbs.—Crumbs that are to be kept for any time should be put in glass Jars. Jars with the tight screw tops used for preserves are excellent for the purpose. The crumbs will keep better If the bread is first dried in the stove, then grated and bottled •when entirely cold. All scalloped dishes Include ^crumbs In the mixture and a dry dust of them on top. With the addition of the crumbs, and prop- er seasoning, all fragments of fresh meat, fish and poultry may be used up. Salt and Pepper.—Table salt should be fine—in fact...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 25 May 1915

■ >|^r , ' • ~-*9| /V£$! 8 ■ mm . 'Vr **W* —— IR^HRRiBPJ f f THE CASS COUNTY SUN $K1 W-?f*' '>:'W ECONOMY IN """"" CALOMEL IS KRCIf, SICKENS! mr. gwillkimby finally qet§ down to bedrock. All Luxuries and a Few of tha Neces- saries Being Cut Out, He Now Buy Small Boya' Watchoa by the Qroaa. "It didn't Beein possible that this European war business could ever af- fect our Income In any way." aatd Mr. Gwillkimby. "but it did bit ua Anally In a. way that we had never even dreamed of; and then, like bo many other people, we were forced to econo- mize. "A iiiau never can tell what he can do till he liau to, but then he can do moat anything. In r*u. household ex- penses we found many things that were really only luxuries that we could lop off without Buffering, and then we ^«nt through what in flusher days we should have considered as necessaries and cut down on them, finding among even these things many that we could d® without; and lastly we cut the things had to have right down to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 25 May 1915

J. K. mm m% W. L. KRWIN B . 1 B ■ BANGER & ERWIN, EDITORS AND PROTIftMS. TI1KCA88 COUNTY 8UN iHil)Hahod every Tswlty, li «ntpred t tho-Uuden i>ottoffl<u£ as Secoml.CUsB matte*. Obituary notices and cards of thanks wil'be inserted at two-and-a-half cents pei line rafbs of subscription: Single copy per year ' $1.00 " six months 1 50 cents No papers sent out without the cash In advancB; paper stopped when tiinc is nut, or we lose it. HIGH COST OF MILITARISM Tito current of events is swinging many Americans, 6omewhat against their will, in- to an attitude favoring a more liberal array and navy program, may be adopted as a protective jneasure is strongly indicated. Necessity may compel the United States to expend millions from the common coffer which might otherwise go to promote the industries of peace. But it is to be hoped, before we have fully embarked upon this course that some plan may be perfected which will lead the Nations of the world, if not to disarma- ment, to grea...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 25 May 1915

w ' v: w T mpmR ' ">'W*1 • .iijriji«w>rfjii.:i. . sa#- LOGAL INTELLIGENCE Extra fine Cooking Oil aj K. NVynn's. E. W. Whipple, of Lanier, was in Linden yesterday. Seed Peas at the Linden Mer- cantile Co's. II. D. Dee3, of Hughes Sprgs, was in the city yesterday, Apples and Oranges at 3am Flint's. T. M. Powell, of Tertarkana, was in Linden yesterday. v"*— • - * •' -■ *■•*w • - Seed I'eas at the Linden Mer- cantile Co's. Mrs. Hardy Surrutt visited Mrs. Robert Surratt Saturday. Uny your collins, caskets and burial suits from John S. fylor- ris & Son. L. Y. B. Carter and vvife Visit- ed in Linden Saturday. (Jo to I. N. Marett foj Fire and Tornado Insurance. Mat Smith and vvife were in Linden Saturday, Remember the old reliuble clothes cleaner and presses, C. II. Clindiuing, wants and will appreciate your work. Fletch Allbright was ou our at roots Saturday. WHOOPING COUGH W. L. Cloninger and Mrs. Car- rie Henderson,of Hughes Springs were in Linden yesterday. Money Sav.d is Mone...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 25 May 1915

/.iiw^Sissr •' ' *>, .r ', ... ■/ ' ■ ■ ■' ' • iPfPSea 'y ii i*W5 >« £ .. ■* ,"■'- ' n ■ "•> | :* If AD SOLD Hi ff W m ■ PINAL DECREE OF FORECLOSURE (6 ISSUED BY JUDGE WALLER | T. BURNS. * TERMS OF SAl^ARE FIXED Property Will Be Transferred In One Block and $500,000 Must Ac- , company Each Bid. Houston, Texas.—Judge Waller T. Burns, of the United States district court lias issued a final decree of fore- cloaure in the case of the International & Great Northern railway. This means the entire property will be sold to the highest bidder. The sale will be con- ducted by a special master yet to be named, and will take place at the pas- senger station in Houston subsequent to Aug. 1 this year. It is set forth in the decree that the railroad company shall forthwith exe- cute and deliver to the Central Trust company of New York, complainants In the receivership, the fire refunding bonds maturing Aug. 1, 1914, and sub- sequent coupons aggregating $67,000, and that the complainan...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 25 May 1915

' *.Y K \ 33 1H THE CASS COUNTY SUN ...... PADDOffr HAROLD MiCGMffl >da QOPYRJQfiT 3Y Tfi£ 00B3J-/1£mtlL CQ/7PAJ1Y £ SYNOPSIS. -— 9— Wnrrlngton, an American adventurer, • nil Jarai'8, his nervunt, with a caged par- rot, the trio known up and down the Ir- riiwaddy an Farrot & Co., are bound for Kangoon. K|sft chetwood, rich American rl lourlHt, s«ca Warrington and u«ltB the ?«■ cf Introduce her. He tcllB her that jT.VfJPSton has beaten a ayndlcate and .!" °" claims for £20,000. Wurrlngton 1 "'aJuh, the parrot, through his trick* • J,™ ;':lsa und they pass two golden days ..?,?> . ,m 'ho river. Martha, Elsa'* uitl on' warns her that there Is gos- ln o Rangoon. Warrington Interferes v ® r"w over cards caused by an enemy, iini , r"'K. and threatens to shoot hlin S"le « "0 leaves town. Elan Is annoyed ?/. '-ralg and stabs him with a hatpin. 21 "rr'ngl°n lilOs Elsa good-by. Warrlng- inn discovers Klsa on the Singapore steamer. i.;iHa tells him of her engage- ment. He avoids Elsa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 25 May 1915

J m KMWM' '"v1-,**,. fSWB3 #is % iJiW- $L' '•,■■ "•'.'-. f : 80, I■■■&:<# '.'"■ < A ;v"; '■gteS'+Sf, ;•'*. I I - ^"r- m -i--1-" i-.'1.".' KNOW THY COUNTRY I—Introductory - "Know America" Is a slogan that should ring out frcm every school room, office, farm and shop In this na- tion. £J-fo man can aspire to a higher honor than to become a capable citi- zen, and no one can merit so dis- tinguished a title until he is well in- formed of the resources, possibilities and achievements of our country. This is a commercial age and civ- ilization Is bearing its most golden fruit In America. We are noted for our Industrial achievements as Egypt v;as noted for her pyramids; Jerusa- lem for her religion; Greece for her art; Phoenicia for her fleets; Chaldea for her astronomy and Rome for her laws. Likewise we have men who will go down in the world's history as pow- erful products of their age. For, stand- lug at the source of every gigantic movement that sways civilization is a great ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 1 June 1915

■ * ■""' , 'v • 1 " ■•' ' '- ; -/*'•'' "'./' f n,V;[i«* ERWIN, Publishers. > A. Paper Devoted to the best Interests of the People. { Subscription, ti eo Per Annual VOL. 40. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JUNE 1, 1915. NO. 22. Mass Meeting of Fruit and Truck Growers and Sales Managers at Mt. Pleasant, June 11-12. SUPREME COURT RULING. To the Fruit and Truck Qnm&ri of Texas: Realizing that there will be a Rood fruit crop in Texas, and es- pecially iu East Texi.iB( if no un- foreseen calamity occurs to des- stoy it, this season(and realizing that the market conditions in the Nortn are not as good us might be desired and that the growers were not sufficiently or- ganized to dispose of their pro- ducts to the best advantage, we huve decided to call a meeting of the fruit and truck growers and sales managers, who market pro- duce for the growers, in order that better system may be adopted for marketing the fruit and truck crops this season. We hereby call thia meeting to be held at Mt. Pl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 1 June 1915

urn ' L OF OPAL mm One Brought Bad Fortune, and tho Other, an Imitation, Wai Readily Parted With. 7- / n ■ft-■ "• i § i\ A husband Rave his wife an opal ring. Trouble began. Thqlr two chil- dred died. Sickness came to the wife. The husband lost his Job. The wife ,became an invalid. Just before she died she gave the opal ring to her «lsler. The sister, knowing the his- tory of the ring, pawned it for what ilt would bring and burned the ticket. A wife presented her husband with an opal ring. For two years Jones, who owed him money, had walked on the other side of the street. Jones •paid him on the first day he wore the ring. His mining stock went up five points on the second day. The third day his salary was raised. Love nor ;money could not purchase that opal ring. A man dropped Into a Maiden lane Jewelry shop the other day and, tak- ing off an opal ring set with pearls, said: "A pearl has dropped out of my ring. I've worn that opal ten years, und it has brought me nothing but good l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 1 June 1915

THE CASS COUNTY SUN —■ i ■ ' MIXED RACES UNDER KAISER Numerous People* Gathered Beneath the Banner of the War Lord of Germany. Writer® on ethnology during this Ivar havo called wide attention to what they insist on as historical fact that the valley of the Elbe, which Is now Prussian territory, was once a Slavic land peopled by a race of Slav- ic blood called Wends. Remnants of those people are still existent in the German empire, and the Lusatians, or the Sorbs of Lusatia, In Prussia and Saxony, and the Slovlnes or Pomeran- ians and Kasuby of the Baltic region are remainders of the Slavs that once populated Prussia. The name Prussia was once Borussla, which was cor- rupted from Po-Russa, a compound word signifying "near the land of the Ru s," "po" being the Slavic word moaning "near." Other of the place- names In Prussia are said to bo of Slavic origin; as, for example, Pom- eranla, Strelltz and Kolberg. While all nationalities are a blend of various races, it is interesting to not...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 1 June 1915

<■ W. I,. ERWIN A. HA NOB 11 DANGER & BBWIN, mm AND PROPRIETORS. niKOASH OOUNTY SUN published cterj "U';.i«tay, U entered t the Utsdtn MSfcsSloe' aa SeooiitlClMn matter. Obituary notices and cards ff^jwJSg iJt 1* Inicrtcd at two-ayid-i'half cents ylei *$gpgL ft > jeasii: t . f _ '""-'-jr. !.;uvgviy.l.','lffl*ll^-J .-A*-^.J. - jtATBJO* SUBSCRIPTION "Single copy per year ' SI 00 six months *■ 50 cents No papers seat oat without the cash <t A.DV\MC8; paper stopped when time is rtttt, or we lose it. DESTINY OF NATIONS DEPEND8 UPON CONTENTED HOME8. ! W. H. M. S. vkoctram for next monday gong—"God Will Take Car- of You." Bible leaaun—Mark Ix 41 42. Prayer. Social Service Studies. Young people: The working girl—By Mrs. VV.C. Williams Adult. The Adolescent girl in Industry—By Mrs S E Morris. The young wording girl-;—By Mrs. S. E. Ellington, (a ) Mrs. T. L. Nipper, (h ) " D H. Morris, (e ) " Fannie Hurt' (d ) " Bertha1 Lanier (e.] " Birdie Erwin [('.] " \V. C Taylor [tr.] Song—r...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 1 June 1915

P'; jifi Hfas JsfrcMtft'lc Wed. mm . jirifjirfgwriij if - Ruth Jf'fiibilitlQJCJVC£ j l&ra. S. B, Hc«rd and little * v •« ■ 'eon, of Eldorado, OWa^'are^i«-j John Henon and Mis# Extra fine Cooking Oil at K. lithig rolativea h«re and in other ; Law. Wynn's. parts of the country. j /esse L. CrM9 and Miss Bru- Di. Russell, of Avinger, was Albert Buckland and family j,10" a , , , Cheater Girss aud Mies Mary came in Sunday and ppont the I *" -> joen 8. Monttra 8 E. MOB! Bra pmr over Sunday Apples and Granges at Sam Fanl'i. J. M. Daniels, ol Mill Creek, attended services here Saturday. Seed Peas at the Linden Mer- cantile Cn's. v Mrs. VV. A. George and sifter, Miss Jewel Leinmon, are here visiting relatives. Ja8. E. Harris, of Cives Springs, attended ssrvices here several days the past weak. Try some .if the 30 day axle, grease at Sam Pant's. Guaran- teed to out last any nx'.e grease on the market. R. B MORBI8 Mr. and Mrs. Guy Nelson, of K;ldare, were visiting relatives I t-re Saturd...

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