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

Wm$m ' '■1 ' ,* f -,w m;~y- y.1 C . v^- r. ' I >ED NICHOLAS IED ALONG RIVER GNILA LIPA. — - NEW CABINET FOR RUSSIANS General Pollvanoff la Mlniater of War and People Seem Greatly Pleated With Hla Selection. 1 London.- -Berlln reports taw fall of the Gallciaa t^wn of Hallcs, and nay a that the Austro-Germans have crossed the Dniester river, which means that the five daya' desperate rear guard aetion by the Russians has ended in their retirement. However, the stub- born resistance of this flank of the forces of Grand Duke Nicholas, com- mander in chief of the Russian army, has undoubtedly enabled him to re- form his lines along the river Bug, virtually without interference. The river Son now takes the place of the Dniester as the scene of a sanguinary battle in the Russian ef- fort to prevent the Investment of War* saw. Petrograd Admits Retreat. - Petrograd admits the retirement of the Russians to the river Gnlla Llpa, 80 miles from the frontier, which ijolns the Dniester at Halicz...

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

• . . < :r. . CASS COUNTY SUN ^$S^2S ID MCOMTHl Aul \ior of The Garpe t IromBa&lac Th<? Place °f Honeymoons, eve. 'RIGHT 0Y Tttf DOB&j~tfERRILL CQT7PAJ1Y Continued. CHAPTER XVIII —15— He saw her walk bravely the length «>f the dining-room, out Into the office. What a misfortune! Argument was out of the question. Elsa was not a child, to be reasoned with. She was a woman, and she had come to a wom- an's understanding of her heart. To place before her the true angles of the case, the heartless banishment from the world she knew, the regret which would be hers later, no matter how much she loved the man. . . . He pushed back bis chair, leaving hie coffeo untasted. He possessed the deep understand- ing of the kindly heart, and his one thought was Elsa's future happiness. Could he save her from the day when she would learn Romance had come from within? No. All he could do was to help find the man. He sent five cablegrams to Saigon, to the consulate, to the principal ho- ...

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

K7; ■« " ' " ~f; A'.:$ • '• v\"i^,kM2'- ■mzBSyfesL't' w en. \ wnPMi • ■ i •!* • " > ' I Resolution 34 the Election cw On July 24 the voters of Texae are to pass upon six constitutional amend- ments submitted by the Thirty-fourth luUoni Shrf" have al- ways been no. The technicality un- der which the college 1b considered at a part of the University is little more than a legal fiction. It has led to uncertainty and friction and has stood in the way of the full develop- ment of the Agricultural and Mechan- ical College. The Ideal for the col- lege is a school of technology of the first rank. It can never become such while it remains a "branch" of another legislature. Among tnem is House 'nstitution, with vexatious Questions Joint Resolution No. 34, better ^nown us the Sackett resolution. It concerns the State institutions for higher edu- cation. It deserves the support of all who stand lor the advancement of the continually arising which affect its very existence. The proposed amend...

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

f X'/Vvv^ r Hff.: f|§ i ■ I RIIVCIRR ft ERWIN, Publiihcn. ^ -A. Paper Devoted to the best Interests of tlie IPeople. {Subscription, 91.00 Per VOL. 40. Men and Animals. The United States Bureau of Education has recently issued a bulletin on the subject to Rein- deer in Alaska, «. The facts Riven are interesting, and if the Bulletin were not nu- thoritive you mjghtaupposethat someone of romantic tempera- ment indulging in "nature-fak- ing." In the year 1891, sixteen do- mesticated reindeer were intro- duced into Alaska by Doctor Sheldon Jackson, Dr. Jackson was an Indian agent who saw that his charges were in sore dan- ger of starvation a good deal of the time. These Indians had on- ly one domesticated animal, and that was the dog, and the dog is a wolf with a college education. The Indians depended upon hunting ana fishing for food. Doctor Jackson had lived among the Laplanders, saw their use of reindeer, and had also Been vast hordes of reindeer in Sibe- ria^. He knew how these anim...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 13 July 1915

g' € SHIP WITHSTANDS SUBMARINE ATTACK CAPTAIN IS SHOT DOWN A8 HS DIRECTS HIS VESSEL FROM THE BRIDGE. SON TAKES PLACE AT WHEEL Skillful Maneuvering for Four Hourt Saves Anglo-Californian While Shelled by Germans. i Queenstown.—With nine dead sail- ors stretched on her deck, eight men lylnj? wounded b«low and her sides riddled with shot and shell, the Brit- ish steamship Anglo-Callfornlan steam- ed into Queenstown harbor after hav- Stn&* withstood the attack of a German submarine for four hours. The ship's escape from destruction was accom- plished with no other means of defense than the Indomitable spirit of her cap- tain and crew combined with masterly seamanship which enabled her to -frustrate the efforts of her assailant to torpedo her. The story of how Captain Parslow stood on the bridge of the Anglo-Call- fornian amid a rain of shot and calm- ly directed the movements of his ship until he was killed by a shell, and of how his place was taken by his son until British destroye...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 13 July 1915

V"3)H ■ - N ■ WBufm Kr If THE CASS COUNTY SUN '■ € • • " MODMACCMffl Aufhor of The Carpc tIromBa< The Place °f Honeymoons, ere. COPYRIGHT BV T/1£ DO£&J-/1EmiLL CQTI/WlY CHAPTER XX. —16— He That Was Dead. "Yob, It Is i, the unlucky penny; Old Galahad, in flesh and blood and bone. I nhouldn't get white over It, Arthur. It l«n't worth while. I can see that you haven't changed much, unless It Is that your hair Is a little paler at the temples. Gray? I'll wager I've a few myself." There was a flippancy In his tone that astonished Warrington's own cars, for certainly this light mockery did not come from within. At heart he was sober enough. To Bteady the thundering beat of his pulse he crossed the room, righted the chair, stacked the books and laid them on the desk. Arthur did not move save to turn bis head and to fol- low with fascinated gaze hla brother's movements. "Now, Arthur, I've only a little while. 1 can see by your eyes that you are conjuring up all sorts of ter- rible th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 13 July 1915

' . '■ ■ ' "• • RSlMfc Tip;. \i. wtisiTi'' .? . ■mmW «?;■ Vwl; ",;'v'..,ir; ,,|; ilP$ v" r'W 'f>; '5&lw3 UNTY 8UN * ■"' j 1 lw'|i>. ■. ' .*"<■■■ «i', j.%.imrf *, ?: * 1 •* , K. A. IJANGKU VV. L. KRWIN BANGER & ERWIN, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. THKOASS COUNTY SUN publUhed ©very ■Tuesday, U entered at the Linden oontofflio! u Second,Class matter. * Obituary notices and cards of thanks "Will be inserted at t'wo-and-a-half cents pei liae . • patbs of subscription: Single copy per year ' $1.00 " six months * 60 cents No papers sent out without the cash •fn advance; paper stopped when time is iut, or we lose it. Road Building News. Buffington & Brickey, who have the coutrwct for buildiug the public road from Linden to Johns Creek, began work yester- day. The contract calls for the job to be completed within 90 days. They expect to give most of the work to farmers with teams of their own. Contractors Gregory & Wilson, who will build the Linden and Hughes Springs road...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 13 July 1915

WC4L 1JYTE1 Lemons at Sim Fant'a. \ " • 1 ;V*? *.;' V>.;' -y^ |^|MPPBPIIPM m ■•'?'■.■<■ fii'mmi:. ■;"' asaac« Licensed to Wed. s. E, MO JOHN 8. MORRIS R B. MORRIS JOHN S. MORRIS & SON GENERAL STORE 3® RH rawpp % - i r< S. II. Vance's baby is r>oorted on the sick list this week. • Arbilckle Cotlee at Sam Fant's Ilerschel Sheffield Was a visi- tor at Kildare this past week Rov. Press Hamilton Was a Linden visitor yesterday. Bulk Tea at the Linden Mer- cantile Co.'a Mrs. R. H. Griffin is visiting lier home folks near Cusseta. R. L. Dunielj of Cusseta, was here yesterday to meet his son- in-law Silas Mayfield. Buy your coffins, caskets and burial suits from John S. Mor- ris & Son. W. C. Gross and Wife, of New Colony, spent Sunday here with his sister Mrs. E L. McDuIIie. Mr. Willis Barker, of Careza Springs is here visiting his brothers .J. VV. and W. J. Barker. Remember the old reliable clothes cleaner and presses, C. R. Clindining, wants und will appreciate your wor...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 13 July 1915

BtSSSSBBBSpS I r" I i •. nyw gy . RNS FROM ALFALFA 1 - ■. ■ *? *£■'' \ :£ •' k i . *■ • ■• :-"v UKWiir „ ,™Js| t 8< Ti •« '-■* ' •• ®J A Nice Bunch of Alfalfa. (Prepared by the United States Depart- ment of Agriculture.) The method of handling the alfalfa field to get the largest returns la one ■which Interests a large number of farmers both growers of alfalfa and prospective growers. Experiments re- corded In the United States depart- ment bulletin No. 228, "Effect of Fre- quent Cutting on the Water Require- ments of Alfalfa and Its Dearlng on Pasturage," Indicate that the to'nl con- sumption of water by alfalfa era be controlled to a considerable extent by pasturage or frequent clipping, with- out serious Injury to the plants. Thus by pasturing or clipping the crop its growth can be regulated to accord with the amount of available moisture in the soil. With a limited amount of stored moisture it is evident the greatest pro- duction can be obtained by allowing the crop to grow w...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 13 July 1915

■4'w wmtfm = THE CASS L'OUNTY SUN •v- :: • -*r 1 ay 'C2y ESMMSfl -f *"• • jk-« '- — QUICK, DAI! ^mpisi •UPPLIE8 NEEDED FOR 8ERVIN UNEXPECTED GUESTS. Sy Seslng That a Few Requisites Are Always In the Larder, Housewife Need Never Be at a Loss- Eggs Always Mainstay. Often time is more valuable than money, In the home as well as In busi- ness. For Instance, If unexpected guests arrive five minutes before, lunch hour on the day you had told the cook you would like nothing but a biscuit and a glass of milk you would probably count the expenditure of a little money no extravagance If by spending It you could spread forth an attractive luncheon for your guests. Where there are good delicatessen shops and caterers In the neighbor- hood they reap the reward of your de- sire to save time at the expense of money. But where these popular aids to quick housekeeping do not exist, It Is necessary to make up [err their lacl* by having a larder furnished with sup- plies that can be quickly converted ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 13 July 1915

1 resPSIE-A. WUMni >. ' vvW)'® mm SiS ■ : ' '■ H i. tot crystal- ling in favor of the adoption ef Resolution 34, which propoeee tho complete separation of the A. ft M. College anil the State Univeraity.' The country press is aknoat a unit in favor of the resolution anil a num- ber of the leading dailies have cham- pioned its passage. The Houston Post has taken the field favoring ti e adoption of the resolution and states its position in the following forceful ar.d cloar cut editorial: "There are people who believe that one bcjftrd for the management and • control of the University and the Agricultural and Mechanical College would remove such friction as has fxistod for years between the two inptitutions. There are others who believe that the college should be thoroughly co-ordinated with the university and hccomo an integral part of it in every respect. Both of these elements have made strong ar- guments to fortify their opinions. But the friends of the college— those who are mor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 20 July 1915

I Jr. I B Ell it ERWIN, Publishers.} A Paper Devoted to the best Interests of the T'eople. {SulweHpl'on, #100 Per Annual VOL. 40. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JULY 80, 1015. NO. 29. MBJUM' esmrasaa i Mf>y.are8t4^ii! Krt*r4IC5p ^tf8raPB Will KM 2S®®s!li wmmwm iwili Fi®gni IPSiW^^ BffiES&fr ". .'../'.J : :v; if^:r . r :.: ' •;-.'j'A- m VffS^TWi, ■ ':■ <•-* Factionalism Injures Towns The best men of every town have made it their business to make their town the best town they could, relying upon the town to make them. This means that every good town has taken the best constructive thought in ii|to make it what it is. No town ever become the bright and shining mark in its territo- ry by itself, or in a haphazard way. Back of its progress there always have been some man or group of men of strong individu- ality, high ideals and unselfish enthusiasm who have fought down public apathy and private greed and made the town strong and big in spite of all obstacles. Generally, these men hav...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 20 July 1915

' |Ui Sfi>}s « • (I .. . h , ■■ COUNTY SUN V' 3'v-^^' J >rs aivd Shrub ' TheirCare and CuMveiioiv ** i Go to Your Own Woods and Select Your Trees. SHADE FOR THE FARM HOME An abundance of shade Is one of the luxuries which every farm home can and should have. The city dweller la often a renter and must take things as they are. Or if he owns a home, the lot is restricted in size, and large trees are an impossibility. But on the farm land for a commodious yard should always be reserved. Those having a grand old elm, maple, or oak to begin with, are for- tunate, indeed. But the idea that trees planted now of these species will be a comfort only to succeeding gen- erations is quite a mistake. Most of the maples, and especially the sugar and red maples are of rapid growth, and at a few years at most "will give an abundance of shade. Do not make the mistake of using fruit or nut trees in the yard. Both make a litter at certain seasons, which renders them a sort of nuisance en- tirely...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 20 July 1915

I mmmm THE CARR COUNTY SUN (CAME TO A SUDDEN FINISH ilnterventlon of Cyclone Ended Phy , leal Conty t Between the "Old ^ I tJf ,i" and Sue. "Never, ■< •that ar* cyi Maid the ol ©'clock In !the old yj thar' byf her aboi the heel " 'You ■hall 1 forget bow ! e swooped down on ua," ban. "It was about three afternoon and me an' faan was hoeln' corn down fe river. I waa ahead of .wo hills an' she hit me on •rlth her hoe. did that on purpose to be taean,' sez I as I turns about. " 'Yer dratted heels at' too long by a foot,' sez she, as she bristles up to me. "'Yer another 1' yells I, as I drops my hoe. "'Take it back!' yells she, as she ■pits oft her hamis and squares ofT. '"Never! Sue White, I'm ewine to swipe the meanness out o' yo' or ai a-tryln'l' "'You can't wallop nuthln', ole man.' "With that," he continued, "w® clinched and that thar fout was sun- thin' Jlst awful to see. The corn waa about knee high and I reckon we de- stroyed half an acre of It as we pranced about. Bimeby I gi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 20 July 1915

fer tflai&Mt&l ■j^gwaulw IMB J. 15. A. BAKOEK BANGER & BEWIN, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. SUN i the linden christian BROTHERHOOD, mot at the w. l. krwin Methodist Church on Tuesday night, J illy 13t h. Brq. E. L. Lincoln, read the report of the committee and dis ' •i-„b«as8 county sun pobi.-hcu ^ |.cnaaed each part of the report, Tuesday, Is enterod at tbe Untlcu uobloffice; 1 showing Clf'itl ly t he good that as SocouU.Class matter. [could bo accomplished by the 2—Rosy Fant B. ,Y. P. U, PROGRAMME 8on(f—120. Prayer. Song—02. Subject: Gal. 6th chapter. Leader—Nay Barker. Lesson read by Leader. The duty of Christinas, Gal. 0: OBITUARY. Little D. H., baby boy of Mr ' Cuaseia IteTOs. p Mr*. R. H. Grifflnaad baby are and Mrs. D. H. Nelson, was born spending the week ^ith Mrv and Oct. 28,1013 and died July 7, Mrs Cameron. ' Mrs. Jalma Vaughan and chil- dren who have been vjsitiug Mr. 1915. He was only given to thehome P.i A* I VJ Obituary notices and cards of thanks mon aud bt'VH...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 20 July 1915

'JJCAL INTELLIGENCE Lemons at Bim Fant'a. Arbuckle Cotise at Sam Fant'a Bulk Tea at the Linden Mer- cantile Co.'a Linden is here, are you doing anything to build hpr? Buy your Coffins, caskets and burial suits from John S. Mor- ris & Son. G. \V. Coody was on our jicsteraAy. Fruit Jars at I. N. Marett'a. Born to Mr. and Mr«. Toin Kirby, a girl on the 17th. Remember the old reliable clothes cleaner and presses, G. ft. Clrndining, wants and will appreciate your work. Will Surratt, of neur Center Grove, was in town yesterday. li B. Walker, of Jefferson,was in the city yesterday. Seven pounds ol good coffee for oue dollar at the Linden Mercantile Co.'s WhitCoker and wife, of Cus- seta, were in tlie city Sunday. J. C. Cromer, of Mill Creek, was in town yesterday. ITcadacJii and Nervousness Cured. "Chamberlain's Tablets are entitled to all the praise I can give them," says Mrs. Richard Olp, Spencerport, N. Y. "They have cured me of headache and w rvotisness and restored me to my nor- m...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 20 July 1915

s.! Jl B0K4M ir Hi,: t ¥'"? \ il l* 0 'ARTMEN1 OttEE8 TO BECOME HEAD OP ADVISORY BOAPD OF CIVIL- IAN INVENTORY WAS AT DANIEL'S INVITATION Plan of Secretary Contemplate* Using Great Inventive Minda of Nation In Navy's Development. Orange, N. J.—Thomas A. Edison has accepted oil invitation from Sec- retary Daniels to head an advisory board of civilian inventors for a bu- reau of invention and development to be created in the navy department. >Hls acceptance will go forward at once to Washington, where the new plans await word from the man "who «an turn dreams into realities." Mr. Daniels' idea of utilizing the [inventive genius of Americans in and lout of the military and naval service to meet conditions of warfare shown In the conflict on land and on sea In Europe, is in receipt of a letter asking Mr. Edison whether ab a patriotic service to his country he would un- dertake the task of advising the pro- posed bureau. The plan is to have several men prominent in special lines of in...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 20 July 1915

THE CASS COUNTY SUN ■■■MiPHPVHHniP- *58raSSffi *«s built of atesl, iraorad na it* vulnerable parts, sod capable of «■ / 'SB !;V; >C The Mystery of et Silent Love By Chevalier WILLIAM LE QUEUX Author of "The Closed Book," etc. Copyright by the fimiirt Set Publishing Co. ■ CHAPTER I. Hit Britannic Majesty's Service. "There was a mysterious affair last Sight, slgnore." "Oh!" 1 exclaimed. "Anything that Interests us?" "Yes, slgnore," replied the tall, thin Italian consular clerk, speaking with a strong accent. "An English steam yacht ran aground on the Melorla about ten miles out, and was discov- ered by a fishing boat that brought the news to harbor. The admiral sent out two torpedo boats, which managed after a lot of difficulty to bring in the yacht safely, but the captain of the port has a suspicion that the crew were trying to make away with the vessel." "To lose her, you mean?" Francesco nodded. " "Sounds curious," I remarked. 'Since the consul went away on leave things seem to ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 20 July 1915

PwdBsama I p@Si J 1 II if if ? i ; t if is p. J* v'-.t.!, | • < • fep$ ■ 4?. m® J ■• ■ " -,v" . • , ■V-"' ■ r - ' vv' ' -,vS ' ' ■' ' J V ::• • r,..' w. - ■"-it sass $>S ffife to '0« HE™-,,. is the official Tjullot *otea the 24th of July: The one aepaTattng the A. A M. Collage from the University, Is the last one. Thooe who favor Be para ttou will cross oat: "Against Amendment to Article," etc., as indicated at the bottom of the ballot. OFFICIAL BALLOT. FOR AMENDMENT to Section 2, of Article 0, of the Constitution, au- thorizing qualified voters to vote In precincts other than the procinfet of their residence under certain conditions. AGAIN8T AMENDMENT to Section 2, of Article 6, of the Constitution, au- thorizing qualified voters to vote in precincts other than the preclnot of their residence under certain cen ditlone. . FOR THE AMENDMENT of Artlole % Section 2, of the Constitution, pro- viding that the Supreme Court of this State shall consist of a Chief Juctlce, and four As...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 27 July 1915

.1- 1¥IN, Publishers. ^ A. Paper Devoted to the best Interests of the People. -{*uI>*crip<ion, II OO Per Annum '"W, I! V\(.ER & VOL. 40. GET RETURNS ON TAXES. WKSk -I"-- ■ ■'•' " : "Wfi; — M • 1 ' LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JULY 27, 1916. NO. 30. WORTH WHILE READING. Returns on all occupation tax- es imposed by the Federal Gov- ernment last fall will have been made by Aug 1, according to estimates from headquarters of the Internal Revenue Depart-' ment at Austin. There are 35,- 000 persons iu Texas subject to this tax. The tax is paid by nil tobacco dealers whose sales aggregate #200 per year, liquor -dealers, owners of pool and billiard rooms, theaters, moving picture houses, brokers and other occu- pations. $10,000 For Conscience Fund. Washington, July 20. — Ten thousand doilars in currency,the • ' i second largest contribution to the "conscience fund" ever re- ceived by the Government,reach- ed the Treasury Department to- day in a plain envelope mailed yesterday at New Yor...

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