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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 22 June 1915

m i- r*. Sip __ • I >■* %> v-? 1 gjl.-Mt,1.': •i;-,-Sr, You NmI a General 1Mb Take Grove's The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless chill Tonio is equally valuable as a General Tonic because it contains the well known tonic properties of QUININE and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and Guilds np the Whole System. SO centa | If some people would take the trou- ble to conceal what they think they ;would be wore popular. UADIES! —Take CAPUDINE- Por Aches, Pains and Nervousness. IT IS NOT A NAUCOTIC OR DOPHr— Gives quick relief—Try It.—Adv. Homely. "Can you give nie any ideas about making my yard more beautiful?" "Yes. Remain in the house." ECZEMAS AND RASHES Itching and Burning Soothed by Cutl- cura. Trial Free. The Soap to cleanse and purify, tho Ointment to soothe and heal. Relief, rest and sleep follow the use of these aupercreamy emollients and indicate apeedy and complete healment in moat cases of young and old, even when the usual remedies have u...

Publication Title: Cass County Sun, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 22 June 1915

^ ': ;; ?$$*«* llSi ii'^4yff'Vi).'i "i 11 it ■ n " "¥fpr . ^ :. W ' ^ ™ THE CARS COUNTY SUN ''fill II FOR THE WARM DAYS PREPARATIONS OF FISH THAT ARE IN ORDER. Dl«h That Has tha Name of Venetian la Palatable and Nourishing—Di- rection* for 8calloplng—Baked Ba*a or Pickerel. Venetian Flah—Chop enough car- rot to measure a quarter of a cupful and add tho same amount of chopped celery, -with two tablespooufuls each of green pepper and parsley, minced. Put with a quarter of a cupful of ollva oil In a small saucepan and simmer for ten minutes, then spread over a flah that has been split and laid In a shallow, greased baking pan. Sprin- kle over It a little lemon juice, salt «!!d pepper, cover, and bake for about half an hour—until the fish Is done. Slices of cod or halibut can be UBed instead of a split flsh. Scalloped Fish.—Steam two pounds of flsh until tender and mince. Scald a pint of cream and add two well-beat- en eggs and a little flour—about a teaspoonful—made smooth In cold milk...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 22 June 1915

SlfSfa c: . ■; ' ' " ■■■ , , ■■• ■ ■ • v> ■ v E Mr:' '■ -Stench■ !■> ■ - •'•■-. ■ . ■ P ?31f ; CASS OOUNTY SUN -I ■., . 3. K. A. BANGER W. L. krwin BANGER & BRWIN, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. H ■n I & I I TUB CASS COUNTY SUN publiebed every Tuesday, U entered at tbe Linden DoatoOlce; as Seooud.Class matter. Obituary notices and cards of thanks trill be inserted at two-and-a-half cents pei fine ' hat ics op subscription: Single copy per year 1 $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. Good Advice is Bequeathed. When every farmer in the South eats bread from his own field, meat from his own pasture, veg- etables from his own "garden, fruit fronrhis own orchard, and butter and milk from his own dairy; caring for his crops iu- his own wisdom and growing them in independence; making cotton a surplus crop and selling it in his chosen market in his own time, for cash and not for a re ceipted mortg...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 22 June 1915

I- . ' r' LOCAL. IJTTE LLl t^KMVE Lemons at S un Eant'i, 1- M>, Heluer is ou tt visit to Telatlves ia Hughes Springs, Mrs. Wiilinghom, of Ma ratal I, is here on a visit to her sister, Mr< T. L Stanley. f coit Jara, Caps and Rubbers Rt tho Lindeu Mercantile Co's. Mrs. R. P, Pant and the two smaller children spont Sunday with relatives at Lanier. Cotton seed meal and hulls at the Linden Transfer Co. Go to I. N. Marett foi Firo and Tornado Insurance. Mr. Henry Bruce, of O'Far- "■'11) was on our streets yester- day. Buy your cofiius, caskets and burial suits from John S. Mor- | Pf & June corn seed Sara Fant's. lor salj at Mrs. Ho/iry Qvognn and Mrs. John Cochran, of (Jladstell, are visiting reUtltei In and around Linden. FOR SALE-^One good .*yrup mill and evaporatef. Apply to Mrs. 8ol Taylor, Linden route 3. Remember the old reliable clothes cleaner and presses, C. R. Clindining, wants and will appreciate your work. Money Saved is Money Made. You can save more money on yoitr f...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 22 June 1915

Hil S P: '• ■■-} ^cit' '4t' ' KSL' ill tMW. m COMMl FRII CABINET BINi APPROVAL Demand la Reiterated for the Loaa of Lives In the Sinking of the Lusitanla. Washington.—The United States Wednesday sent to Germany a note reiterating its demand for reparation for the loss of American lives in the sinking of the LuBitanla and setting forth clearly the earnest desire of the American government that Germany signify her early adherence to the principles of international law—that neutrals be permitted to travel on un- armed ships without being Bubject to the dangers of submarine warfare. Couched in much more friendly terms than it was believed would be used when the unsatisfactory answer to the American note of May 13 ar- rived from Germany, the communica- tion was cabled to Ambassador Ger- ard ^or presentation to the German foreign office. Cabinet Support Unanimous. As the all-important document on which President Wilson and his advls* ers have worked for ten days went forth it had behind i...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 22 June 1915

Y\' wmm ! Pf:' / I ■ . ' ■■■-■>. .7,.'^ ''A'§11 . '' ' • ■ ssssk HP^P ' wV'MawwPfs 1?,.. •< ■-'"V * Wt. Y • ' ": J BKm COUNTY SUN to 3 ^ I MOD MiCQWffl Aufhor of Hie (krpe t IromBa&k The Place of Honeymoons, eic. COPYRIGHT 0Y T71£ DOB&J-ffEff/lfLL CO/7/9WY CHAPTER XVI—Continued. —13— He eyed Indecisively the stairs and then glanced toward the brilliant night outside. It would not be possible to ■leep In that room again. So he tip- toed out to the cafe veranda and dropped Into a comfortable chair. He would hunt them up some time during the day. He would ask Mallow for fifty pounds, and he sincerely hoped that Mallow would refuse him. For he was grimly resolved that Mallow should pay for those half-truths, more damning than bald lies. It was due to Mallow that he was never more to see or speak to Elsa. He emptied the ash from his cutty which he stowed away. The great heartache and the great- er disillusion would not have fallen to his lot had Elsa been frank in Ran- goon...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 22 June 1915

If fpjf - i In ' 'J 1 it. -—■ ■ " . ' v • >1 □ i f [ n L. n i y & □ □ House in the Southwest L - -• Bj Is ^ftr^r-vyj imp U*£ - j i *v*k ■ '• • - -- None Equipped Bettei' Anywhere Open 24 hours Every Day ■K J. SELL- The Ford "n*e lirrU Cjr that tike* wi jjai Jr-iia? win La^k wtea utUeri fail, AA Mr ursiriiun The Chandler The li^ht six that Mok. "!br JB«r in-l u stii ur ih-vui « irai:rr The Steariis-Kiiiffht Ffce FsmsK Vbrat Car a Velie Truck T!ie Most Dep r istie i raat O tUr naatki'L Figure wack a* Waverly Electrics d It makes no difference what priced car you may desire, we are in position to furnish the best for the money. The Automobile Makers did not select us — we selected the Car; we got what we wanted. We know automobiles, and have too much at stake to be satisfied with anything less than the best. Wc are in to stay. 7*3 D Carry in stock parts for your oar 9 11 We sell the well known Good- year, Firestone and Diamond Tires and Tubes—the best made We are Official Servic...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 29 June 1915

A V> : •' ■' ;V:W '■"■'-'Mffi V? 1'<r^' ,;.y^ "••;": ■',?" ' " #■•■ "" - 1 jiiliiuliuii w 11 him ii in i] -r-ir nc~ ■ ~ ■ ■ ' ' * '* $$m ■ - -i: ,. . -■ ' ' m. te mM. ■ m "'j 'M% 5 :• :. . • " ': V • -J" - H B4NG£R 4c ERVIN, Pakllahcri, } A Papei1 Devoted to the best Interests of the People. {Sutncrlpll*!], 91.00 Per AbmM VOL. 40. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JUNE 39. 1915. NO. 20. FEDERAL RESERVE RANKS Plan to Assist in Handling the Cotton Crop. We print the following letter that the farmers may be encour- aged to have their cotton, or that part of it which they do not well as it is gathered this fall, properly stored and insured, so that they may get the highest passible price: / First National Bank, Linden, Texas. It is only a few weeks until that leader of ail commodities, cotton, will began to come to market and the annual question of how the crop is to be financed will be before us. Last year we had the Aldrich-Vreeland Cur- rency Act and the Ooe Hundred Million Dollar Uold P...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 29 June 1915

WORK FOR TRADE EXPANSION mim rs and Shrub Their rare aivd Oultivatiorv. S ' ' 5 w;x;:'->>r^vsSd| V y^;\, ,v PC>V -< mmm \ Sj * f > 1 * New Ophelia Rose. GROWING PERENNIALS By BESSIE L. PUTNAM. For those who have not much time to devote to the garden, there ia no class of flowering plants more desira- ble than the hardy perennials and herbaceous plants like the peony. Ti eso plants require but little atten- tion. One does not have to acquire a 11b- «ral horticultural education in order to know how to take care of them. Most of us will do well to consider ithe merits of this class of plants, leav- ing the annuals to those who are here ithis season and somewhere else next [year. Not that we would advise neg- lecting annuals wholly, however, I do Inot want to be understood as meaning that, but simply that a collection of hardy plants will be found so much more satisfactory, all things consid- ered, under the conditions of which I have spoken, that their cultivation is to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 29 June 1915

ONCE A RIVER VALLEY PROCE88 OF FORMATION OF BAY OF 8AN FJTANCI8CO. Not Always tha Magnificent Land. locked Harbor That It la Today— Report Made by the Geo* logical 8urvey. Few people 1n viewing tbe Day of Ban Francisco think of It as other than a magnificent land-locked harbor about which has grown the commercial me- tropolis of the Pacific coast of the United States. Yet this harbor did not always exist, according to a report on the geology of the region recently pub- lished by tho United States geological survey, for at one time through the depression now occupied by the bay ran a great river that drained the Sao- ramento and San Joaquin valleys. This river probably flowed between tho Tlburon peninsula and Angel Island, and then through tbe gorge of the Golden Gate, where at present the greatest depth of water Is 400 feet. After the river valley was formed the coast slowly sank and tho ocean en- tered through the Golden Gate, flooded the valley, and formed the present boy. ■ Thus ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 29 June 1915

IN IMPORTANT / W. L, BRWIN '■ .. / J f m'm* EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. THKCA.88 COUNTY SUN pn'ollstaed tntrj Tuuday, it entered it tbe linden nostoffloa; M Seoond: Class matter. Obituary notices and cards of thanks wilt be inserted at two-and-a-half cents pe line tatbs op subscription: Single copy per year ' $1.00 " six months ' 60 cent* No papers sent out without the cash fh advance; paper stopped when time is out, or we lose it. BIG FEED .CROP ASSURED FOR CASS COUNTY. General rains have been falling throughout Cass county and all East Texas the past few days, which virtually assures one of the biggest feed crops this sec- tion has had in several years. More corn, peas, peanuts, sor- ghum and other feed stuff has been planted this year than usu- al, and it is all looking fine. Some farmers; are still planting peas and June corn, God's Country. When all our roads are good roads; when country schools are good schools; when farms pro- duce larger yields at greater pro- fits; when farmer...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 29 June 1915

I n I ifl 'v. W3S Lwiv ins a L INTEL LI G ENCF 19 at^ im Pint's. u •Cotton seed meal and bulta at the Li a Jen Transfer Co. (). J. Thrush**, of Center Hill, W4i in the eitj? yesterday. Plenty of Fruit Jars, Robbers and Tops at W. C. Blalock A Oo. J. R. Anderson, of Center Grove, was in town yesterday. Buy your coffins, caskets and burial suits from John 3. Mor- ris & Bon. Chas. Powell and family visit- ed relatives in Atlanta last week. Mrs. Mag Nelson has been right sick the past few days. Indigestion and Constipation. "About five years ago I began taking Chamberlain's Tablets after suffering from indigestion and constipation for years without finding anytning to relieve me. Chamberlain's Tablets helped me at once and by using them for several weeks I was cured of the complaint/' writes Mrs. Mary E. McMullen, Phelps, N, Y. For sale by all dealers. Sorry to report W. L. Daven- port on the sick list, but glad to note that he is improving. John Bennett and wife spent Saturday nigh...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 29 June 1915

■TT'.V" 'ri 1 ' IN ' 11 W ' , GOVERNOR 8LATON 8AVE8 CON. DEMNEO MAN FROM GALLOWS BY OFFICIAL ACT. gecpj:;; fegple aroused At Marietta, Former Home of Mary Phagan, State'* Executive .la Hanged In Effigy. ' Atlanta, Ga.—With several hundred men and boys clamoring for admis- sion through gates which had been barricaded by barbed wire and threat- ening to overpower the 20 county po- licemen armed with riot guns, Gov. eiaton late Monday night called upon the militia to protect his home. Four companies of state guardsmen were rushed to the governor's country home In automobiles and martial law was proclaimed in a district extending half a mile in front of his home, half a mile back and for a distance of about a quarter of a mile on either aide. When the soldiers lined up with IJxed bayonets to disperse the crowd, itones, bricks and bottles were thrown at them. The commanding officer, Major Catron, was struck by & stone, as were several of the men. The governor proclaimed martial law a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 29 June 1915

'ifTjrtofc habold mrorvrn Ida COPYRIGHT &Y TUT DQB&J-f1£lUilLL CQnttUlY CHAPTER XVII—Continued. —14.- For a moment the click of the balls on the other tables was the only sound. <-raig broke the tableau by reaching for his glass of whisky, which he emptied. He tried to assume a non- chalant air, but his hand shook as ho replaced the glass on the tabouret. It rolled off to the floor and tinkled Into pieces. "Nerves a bit rocky, eh?" Warring- ton laughed sardonically. "You're screeching In the wrong 3ungle, Parrot, old top," said Mallow, who, as he did not believe In ghosts, was physically nor morally afraid of •inything. "Though, you have my word for it that I'd like to see you lose every cent of your oil fluke." "D m't doubt it." "Bi-t," Mallow went on, "if you're wanting a little argument that doesn't require pencils or voices, why, you're on. Vou don't object to my friend Craig coming along?" "On the contrary, he'll make a good witness of what happens." "The chit, boy!"...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 29 June 1915

I * \ « 1-1* ■ >'" ] P' p: li ■ ' IfcSI®..,. JR&Si hp* ■ S ■■ / '■C'Si; .v- 1 AT .tmwmWsv '".Mf7;: •$ JULY 24TM. > AH Parti** and Industrial Organi- sation* Favor tha Separation of th* A. * M. Collage and tha Unlv*r*lty, Every political part.y and the Farm- ers' Congress, the Farmers' Union, Farmers' Institute*, and Bankers' Convention have demanded the di- vorcement of the A. ft M. College from the University, On the 24th of July that question for the first tint* will be before the voters of Texas. The resolution Is known as House Joint Reeolutlon No. 34. Below will he seen these Btroug demands, and we ask a careful reading of the same. Platform Demands. El Paso Platform—August 11, 1914. .'.'We demand that the differences be- tween the A. ft M. College and the University of Texas be fairly, equita- bly, carefully and cautiously adjusted, not forgetting that both these great institutions are the property of the State and the source of gratification and pride of all the peo...

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

11,11 - 'ill :/' . • ' . ' ■ • "■■,'x)% t - >.'. , ■ .'•'■•. - • , - ;■,.". . r,:\ ■ ' "■ *. . v ' " . ' '- % ' ') ■ -... , ♦ > fc. j*. .. RiKUIiR St ERWIN, Publishers. ^ _A. Paper Devoted to th.e best Interests of th.e Feople. ■{ Subscription, 9100 Per Annum VOL. 40. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JULY ,6 1915. NO. 27. THE COMING AGE. Nations grow, just asindividu; als grow, by leaps and bounds, by throes and throbs. Wen are born again. You go on a journey, you read a book, you meet a person; or death comes to one near or dear to you, and you hear the clods fall and eclio on the coffin of your dead hopes. You feel the sky shutting down on lees worth hi the world. Perhaps financial (■xplosione occur; riches take wings, You find yourself beg- gared, alone, misunderstood, falsely accused. At such times do you feel like giving tip the fight? Out upon tlwr thought 1—never entertain such an idea, even though the mood sweep over you. This is your opportunity! Your are be- ing born ngain. ....

Publication Title: Cass County Sun, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 6 July 1915

• "• K mm THE PASS COUNTY SUN ■ R I $W& _ ■ *£« S&. ''jn'f Hgft "3 REAL HISTORY OF AMERICAN FLAG tmblem, It Is Declared by Stu- dents, May Be Traced BacE; as Far as the Twelfth Century. /-"• THE American flag 1* a growth, rather than a creation Its his- tory can be traced back to the 12th century, or nearly 600 years prior to the first "Flag Day," June 14, 1777. During the first crusade In 1196, Pope Urban II assigned to all of the Christian nations a* standards crosses varying In color and design, emblem- atic of the warfare In which they {Were engaged. To the Scotch troops iwas assigned, the white saltlre, known las the white cross of St Andrew, on a blue field. The British used a yellow icross, but a century and a Quarter later they adopted a red cross on a white Held, known as the red cross of jSt ux>rge. When James VI of Scotland ascend- ied the throne of England as James I, be combined the two flags, and Issued a proclamation requiring all ships to (carry the new fl...

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

'v, ,) . > = J• V ►:- fit - '• " ,•' "£*-->< 7 U ® , i-v^- ;.\T r"<-;:-P THE CASS TOUNTY SIJN j ,!>X ^sjSSspi WHEN MOTOR STOPPED OWNER COULD NOT MAKE OUT WHAT CAU8ED TROUBLE. Possibly the Fact That Mia Friend Had Forgotten to Perform a Sim- ple Operation Went Far to Explain Mattere. The enthusiastic flshnrman had bought a little motor boat and had taken his best friend for a tfay'B Ash- ing off Staten Island. Fluke were run- ning and after several hours they had a mess of flsh and were ready for home. "Now we'll crank up and see how long it takes this little motor to kick her way back to the club," said the boat's owner with a good deal of satisfaction in his tone, for he was proud of his little 20-footer. With an air of confidence the own- er primed that motor and threw over the crank a few times. The motor began to hum, and wjth his friend at the wheel they started toward home. The owner sat down close to the en- gine, his head bent over It to enjoy the rhythm of it...

Publication Title: Cass County Sun, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 6 July 1915

pMon r.i.'r, - ^ V • \ • ' ■ ' ,r '>v U £ , 1 ; I -"< 5 ■•• . " ! llillflWl OOTJNTT B|P#I - ! - lll-'j!1 W1: • \ --. v:' ; T;;fvr i £ >* (■ •;..' V*. .. csjki.j«r« v «WIn09WWR ■ '■• J. K. A. BAN (J Bit W. Ii. ERWIN BANGER & ERWIN, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS* \fe; i mm; TIIKCAS8 COUNTY SUN published av#ry Tu<ssd y, la sutoied t thaXtridoo oostofflosj ; as SccomtClaen matter. Obituary notices and cards of thanks 'will be Inserted at two-and-a-half cents pei line ■ ■" i. - - . - Kates op subscription: Mngle copy per year ' $1.00 " six months ' 60 cent® No papers sent out without the Cash In advance; paper stopped when time is out, or we lose it. Out of the territie struggle acroas the sea will come to Amer- ica a goodly gain. We would gladly forego this gain if by so doing we could alleviate the suf- ferings of those caught in the toils of unkind fate, but "the moving tinger writes, and having writ moves on, nor all your tears shall blot a line of it." It will be for us to...

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

' /JVTF L LTOEJTCE Lent >r>81 d- m Fant'i." Cotton seed meal and hulls at the Linden Transfer Co. Mrs. 8. H. Vance visited in Quoen City last week. San Silk Crochet Thread at T M. Cochran & Sons. B. F. Strickland was on the sick list lust week. Buy your coffins, caskets and burial suits from John S. Mor- ris & Son. fiorn to Mf\ Rnd \Hrs. Andy Whitfield a girl on the 3rd. Say—Bring measure back. my half-bushel Sam Fant. Sorry to report D. H. Nelson's baby very sick. Hope it will soon recover. Money Saved is Money Made. Y<>u can wave more money on your feed hi I! by buying at the Linden Transfer Co: w. S. Latham, of near Hughes Springs, spent a few hours in our city yesterday. LADIES IIATS. We have a nice selection of Ladies Trimmed Hats. Priced $1.7") to $3 75. T. M. Cochran & Sons. Talinage Browning, who' has been away fiom home, came in last week to spend a few dayn. Remember the old reliable clothes cleaner and presses, C. R Clindining, wants and will appre...

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