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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 27 July 1915

mm m im^TB mtsuwi* THE CASS COUNTY SDN W: WMTJZ* LOME B1 MR. BOWKER GAVE UP \v3 aivd SKmbl 1 Thfiirtare ai\dCultivatiorv. iSkt'l t . ■ ■;. > KM 18 , • . fe * '• Wglrt'T. '< ra 1 V •■; -X -Jhp. :«;•' • wmtii ■ Qf l&vyzK \ > V •# s £ '- k ■ Francis Scott Key Rose, Named After the Author of "The Star Spangled Banner"—The Flowers Are Usually Large and Double. IN THE HOME GROUNDS By EBEN E. REXFORD. This month will be a busy one for the gardener. There will be plants to put out, weeds to pull, insects to kill —quite enough to keep one at work most of the time. I do my transplanting on cloudy days, if possibly, but if the weather persists in being sunshiny, I do the work after sundown. Before lifting a seedling, I apply enough water to thoroughly saturate the soil in which lit is growing. If this is done, tho young plant can be moved without ex- posure to the roots, and It will receive no ch%ck whatever, but will keep on growing as" if nothing had happened to it. But allow it...

Publication Title: Cass County Sun, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 27 July 1915

I J V. V Jflp.1' mmi •' 1 y " ' ''■-< ■ $#<> :jt — —= .-r TRF CARS rOTTNTY RTTN GREAT EMPIRE'S FLAG COMBINATION REPRESENTED IN THE GERMAN BANNER. Council Appointed to Select Suitable Emblem Had ■ Hard Taek—Prua- elan Delegate* Finally Set- tled the Queetlon. When the present German empire wan established by uniting the sev- eral German states Into one realm, the question arose as to what flag the new empire should fly. As it happened, each state wanted Its own special standard adopted, and no two of them were alike, though as a gen- eral thing each was composed of two colors; thus Prussia had black and white, Bavaria blue and white. Sax- ony green and white, and every other state, no matter how small, possessed a flag. When the great German emplr* be- came an established fact, naturally It was necessary to adopt a banner that would be distinctive, and Include all tho states, aB every government Insisted on being represented, A council was appointed to take charge of the who...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 27 July 1915

t I ;i. is. v. n.vNOfta w. ti. Jtjttw'tN BANGER & ERWIN, EDITORS AW PRWTEFOAS. t "I - . --m—-.-z^-.--- fJM'.CASa COt"STY SUN published every l'0o Uy, ii entered st the Lloiloa uoutofflcu' ub Second.Class matter. - Obituary notices and cards of thanks will foe inserted at two-and-a-half cents pci line mattts op 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. One of the singular things in connection with the one million dollar rural school fund is the fact that practically no criticism is heard in the towns and cities of this movement. The towns and cities can get no benefits, ho far as their schools are concern- ed', from this fund, and yet the towns and cities must pay their part of the fund through taxes. The towns and cities have out- stripped the rural communities as far as schools are concerned and this has been done largely through special taxation, but evident...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 27 July 1915

BV ,:v V w BOCJM nUraoMntSu ■■ Clay Stewart, of Almira, was on our Btreets laRt Thursday. Dr.-C.U. Davia is on a busi- ness trip to Dallas. Bulk Toa at tha Linden Mer- cantile Co.'s M P. Duncau, -of Lake Side Farm, was irt the city Friday. Dr. A. Crossley visited iu At- lanta Sunday. Hay your coffins* caskets nud burial auits from John S. Mor- ris & Son. Estel Vance is reported right sick this week. W. Q. Henderson, of Trial Farm, was a business visitor in town yesterday. IfeadacM and Nervousness Cured. "Chamberlain's Tablets are entitled to all the praise I can give them," says Mrs. Uieharil Olp. Spencerport, N. Y. "They have cured me of headache and nervousness and restored me to my nor- mal health. For sale by all dealers. Mr. Dick Finley, of Marietta, was a Linden visitor last Wed- nesday. Our Irieud J. R. Skelton has our thanks for some lino musk melons. Brick and Lime. The Linden Transfer Co. has a lot of pressed brick and lime on hand. A R Kirkland and wife, of Sheffield ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 27 July 1915

wmm 39SSI • r-4'i mm.v* WHXIfflftm'' 1$'f- ,'^'i-' J , ■. ..:;.i:.v ■ .• ■• TVa1 -•**# •• -j&l THE CASS COUNTY SUN -V" EVACUATING WARSAW BUDAPEST CLAIMS TROOPS ARE ORDERED BY CZAR WITH- DRAWN GRADUALLY. WlicfliliEDl EVENTS BOILED DOWN TEUTONS ARE STILL GAINING Petrograd Admits Lo« of Takum and Doblen and Says Austro-Ger. mans Moved Southward. London.—The Morning Post's Buda- pest correspondent reports that the gradual evacuation of Warsaw has been ordered by the Ruslans. Petrograd.—German columns have occupied Takum, 38 miles west of Kiga, and Doblen, 18 miles west of Mitau, according to an official state- ment isued at the headquarters of the Russian general staff. After cap- turing these points they advanced southward against llofzumberge and Bensen. London.—Can Warsaw be held by the Russians? With the German Field Marshals von Hindenburg on the north and Von Mackensen on the south, whipping forward the two ends of a great arc around the city, it is realized in England that Gr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 27 July 1915

r kS* The Mystery of a Silent Love By Chevalier WILLIAM LE QUEUX Author of "The Closed Book," etc. Copyright by the Smart Bet Publishing Co. 8YN0PSI3. —2— Tie yacht Lolu narrowly escapes wreck m Leghorn harbor, Gordon Gregg, locum tenens for the Brltt«i> consul, Is culled lipon by Hornby, the Loin's owner, and Ulneg aboard with him and Ills friend, Hylton Chuter. Abonrd tho yacht he ac- cldi ntally nees a room full of arms and ammunition air<I r. twrn photograph of a young girl. That night (he consul's safe Is robbed and the Lola puts suddenly to Va. The police tlnd that Hornby Is a aud and tho Lola's name a falso one. CHAPTER 1—Continued. "Unfortunately the telegraphic re- plies from England are only to hand this morning," he went on, "because Just before two o'clock this morning the harbor police, whom I specially ordered to watch the vessel, saw a boat come to the wharf containing a man and woman. The pair were put ashore, and walked away into the town, the woman seeming to...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 27 July 1915

mam m&ki Im . , . |H| I . . ''mir i' 'r - fwSWi? PPH I" j I even, w A fat woman will go hungry in order to lose some of her fat. But when & fat man barns that he haw to go without beer if he wants to lone finish, he remains to. The easiest way to get a man mad is to tell him that ho hasn't any right- to get mad. The reason why mother knows that daughter does not flirt is because mother always flirted when she was daughter's ag . An hour is a whole lot longer to loaf than it is to work. Every now and then you meet a man who has a bad habit of bragging that he hasn't any bad habits. What litis become of the old- fashioned carpe* tack that the old-fashioned man who used to walk the old-fashioned baby -at night used I t* step- on. One good thing about pence is , that it gives us time to prepare for war. Any old kind of a man will do for a husband. But a woman is hard to please when she is select- ing the wail paper for the house after she is married. The old-fashioned man who sp...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 7 January 1919

>mJ R-W'UIMt & KRWIN, Publisher*. }■ A, JPaper Devoted to the best Interests of tlio Jr'eople. if.'. {*i l *cri| <ion, $1.50 Per Annum VOL. 44. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JANUARY 7. 1019: NO, 1. Dear Reader, You 're Wanted on the Phone ^ IS ,:Vrr i'sSWWSK; MM It'll! H K^B m iauiii wfl-4 Aw Mi li r Pm rJLXtf< yMWmshx* ,. I ftp wmwm I9sg&s$ o37VWtiAfo£ covUTC*Y *><* rsc MWtHHsJO'.*waL JH ss V \ ■ i e i j* 1 w at Baptist Notes. As t ho year 101A pusses into history, we nre wondering if there shall ever be another like it. It lias been a y«ar fraught with tremendous world wide activities. Beginning as it did with Iil>ert_y b .mg in the balance, anxiety ii. every heart, uncertainty in line of i ov^evy eti- being bent upon winning the and centering upon the launching of the greatest cam- paign in the world's history an the American soldiers refuse:! to retreat at Chateau Thierry, hurl ing defiance in the face of the foe. and stemming the tide of advan- cing buns who...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 7 January 1919

U A safe dh. THE CASS COUNTY SUN UJI \ DANIELS IMS THE LARGEST NAVY AFLOAT UNITED STATES MUST BUILD, HE SAYS, UNLESS ARMAMENTS ARE LIMITED IS NOW IN SECOND PLACE Big Reduction in Estimates Since Ar- mistice Was Sigrid, and Total of $995,903,000 is A ' ked. Washington.—rules* a league or nations or other tribunal that will make certain thi limit ttlon of inter- national armament is established, tha United States < ust build the great- est navy in ttae world, Secretary Daniels has ttJe Che bouse naval committee. "It is my flrm conviction," de- claerd the secretary, "that if the con- ference at Versailles does not result in a general agreement to put aa end to navv' building on the part of all the nations, then the Unitel States must bend her will and bend her energies, must give her men and give her money to the task of the ^reation of Incomparably the great- i ttie world." I completion of the pro- three-year buildins pro- ling ten dreadnoughts, six ten scout cruisers taller craft ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 7 January 1919

I I r • \ : % " "ter 1 f?' HKtf^SS - J I \ hbbi ■ — THE CASS COUNTY SUN II _ PIjT#vi I I I I I ■tB' ■ §;$ m i m W.' .f V * v V >;« 1 $ s 1 w tt #~ ight in the Clearing wmm «, -' ;#1 e ►!< 1 7VlLfl o/ r/ie NORTH COUNTRY in the TIME of SILAS WRIGHT TSxr TT> I> A PUFT T 1?T> Author of Ebcn Holden, D'rl and I. Darrel of the JL*y llx V IIN VJ DAUIllLLLl]vi\ Blessed Isles, Keeping Up With Lizzie, Etc., Etc. Copyright by firing Bacbeller PREFACE The Light In the Clearing shone upon many things and mostly upon those which, above all others, have Impassioned and perpetuated the Spirit of America and which, Just now, seem to me to be worthy of attention. I l>ellev« that spirit to be the very candle of the Lord which, In this dark and windy night of time, has flickered so that the souls of the faithful have been afraid. But let us be of good cheer. It Is shining brighter as I write and, under God, 1 believe It shall, by and by, be si-en and loved of all men. One self-containe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 7 January 1919

AN r T.gNfi. ■ ■ «i ■f.rr-rj. Uim£Z -i A ^ % | BES^ lee to (mendStfonjs -for w f>i- . / On tJife threshold, of another New Year we want to pause to thank oiti* friends and patrons for the very liberal business accorded us during the past year. As you have just turned the corner into the New Year, look back a minute ovot* the road Jrou have been traveling the past year, Have you saved anything for the day" that never fails to come? Have you been true to yourself and ^diir family? If not, once more before you step out into the pure New Year c. 11 at ojf bank and make a deposit, if only for one dollar, and in twelve more fchort laonths take another retrospective glance and see how much pleased you will i'Je with yourself and with the way your dollars have multiplied from the one lit- tle seed you planted in our bank in January, 1919. : : : wTn ™ We wish every young man in the coininutihy would start a bank account with the New Year. It would * '-re: a' not mean much to us but it wou...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 7 January 1919

aw l"i t > 0 •' , -' '•'- ■' ?. " ' ■ • r .... . «' /•.: -i 1 l|f V'1 •' mt* Vtf'v,.' ' W - ■' |§gfi . iU — r. 1 '• rv,>W i. .iMKSSiJBifefr. '• r J .Tr.-IMrMMfill > fli i- -J. feWKftrf' •..'•.rsfv-vr _ ftfflK/BTt'.®'/';-. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE t Weah Mackerel at Sam FuaL's. %co cures Malarial FeVeK _ , ^e© the Lihden TransFe!1 Co. for high grdd'e brick. Born to Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Hatcher, a bo^ on bee. 28. i, —r.———<—r Oetyour Se'ed Oats from L. t!. Weaver. Pay your accolint at Owen & feon. Reuben Moore\ of Carthage, h khaki clad lad^ visitted friends iiere last week. Get your Seed Oats from L. C. Weaver. See thai nice line of Ladies inlllinery at J. 1\ Sheffield's. Born to Mr. and Mrs. joiin Burleson, a girl One day liist Week. G(5G cures by removing the cause. For your rough lumber see it. M. Surratt. Mr. and Mrs. J. 8. 1 ngrahuili, bf Marietta; visited their daugh- ter Mrs. L. C. Weaver last fteek. GOO cures Chills and je^er. Collins and Caskets at Punt feros II dw C...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 7 January 1919

Ki j • . "V" -V"VT" THE CASS COUNTY SUN Germany and Her Allies Are Crushed and Forced to Accept Such Terms as Winners Dictate—United States Supplies Power That Turns Tide—President Wilson Joins Other Demo- cratic Rulers of World in Great Peace Congress at Versailles—Old Nations Crumble and Mew Ones Are Formed—Russia Torn by Disorders. By DONALD F. BIGGS. More history has been mude In the >«®r i918 than in any year that has passed since time began. This mo- mentous twelve months' period comes to a close with the world at peace af- ter more than four years of the most ■nngtilnary fighting of this or any other age. I>uring the year great nations have crumbled, new nations have sprung Into being, thrones have tottered and fallen, raonarcjis who once rulod hun- dreds of millions of people with an Iron hand have tied for their lives or have fallen victim to the wrath of peo- ples Intoxicated by their new-won freedom. The coming of peace finds America and her allies strong and fully ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 7 January 1919

M. — v* , 1 THE CASS COUNTY SUN We Pay The Most .For (<ive most liberal grading; make qtniKen iviun\& I Not auenifc, who sell on commission, bull DEALERS, who buy outfight aad pay I prices. VVrile for latest list* Make a shipment; I and we'll send chcck by return mail. At your I request wi hold your furs septrste six days tnd I if our prices are not satisfactory we return your I | shipment at our expense Reference: any bank | wi Now f )rleans* i H.WAINEP & Co,ORLEANS j mmm Southwestern Agents for C. G, Conn Band Instruments Everything for the Band and Orchestra Band Instruments Repaired and Plated Send for catalogue and terms. MARSH-MARLEY MUSIC CO. 1810 Main Street, Dallas, Texas We also buy and sell used Instrument*. Cabbage Plants Genuine Frostproof, all varieties, immedi- ate and future shipment. By express—500, $1.25; 1000, $2.00; 5000, $8.75. Parcel Post Prepaid—100, 35c; 500, $1.50; 1000, $2.50. Enterprise Co. Inc.. Sumter, S. C. HoielWaldorl Hates: Urge § 1202 t o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 7 January 1919

& Sir- •gv';' illW:r |S?u$ dmV-VV; fe - -J!! . MIMW " ■•w*Vv'lV^ .-',, *i2V7JjK Wif •> T^* ,:.v . 4;rV,.-- 'V?V ' ' ■:"/ Ambitions \ Had it ever occu1 that you had as well t ry to successful physician without at- tending a medical achoul, or a successful lawyer without attend- ing a law school, or a successful minister without attending a theological school, as to try to be a successful bunker, or mer- chant, or business man of any kind without first being trained for business in the Tyler Com- mercial College. You wouH at- tend a university with a reputa- tion if you wanted to make a first class doctor, lawyer or min- ister. Why not use the same good judgment in selecting a business school in which to se- cure your training? The Tyler Commercial of Tyler, Texas, is the business university of the South; it enrolls more students annually than any other similar school in America. Its students have come from 39 different states and seveu foreign coun tries; its graduates are hol...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 14 January 1919

1 itm jt. r--x VOL, 44, ADVICE TO "FLU" CONVALESCENTS Spain and England report ; increase in tuberculosis after influenza epidemic. U. S. Public Health Service Warns ; Public Against Tuberculosis j One Million Cases Tubercti- ; losis in United States—Each a ' Source of Danger. influenza Convalescents 3!ioutd Hiive Lvngo Examined—Colds Which Hang On Often Beginning of Tuberculosis ; No Cause for Alarm if Tuberculosis la Recognized Early—Potent Medi- cines Not to Bo Trusted. ft •' * * ttewnrte tulibirulosIS after Ift- * * (luctr/ti. No need to worry if * * yon ml;i' precautions lu time. * It Don't ilinshose your own er.n- t * dltion, lluve ynur doctor esani- * * Ine your lungs several Hint's at * , * monthly liitcrvnls. Build ujl your t * strength with right living, tjootl * * food and plen'y of fresSli air. # , * I (ou t uunte money oil patent * > medicines iUivbi'tised to i'lti't' tti- it * boivtiUisls. * * r.ecotno a hesli-iiir frrtinh am! * •& enjoy lift;. w * * ***********...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 14 January 1919

■in.: TOW :XH)S (P*1X mm Pff! THE CASS COUNTY StTN FUSES* HW1 FALL II A small bottle of "Danderine" keeps hair thick, strong, beautiful. Girls! Try thisril Doubles beauty of your heir in a few moments. ■ -ft: Within tywv minutes after an appil- \tion~or't)iinderine you can not flud a Cflngle trace of dandruff or falling hair your scalp will not itch, but what *111 please.you most will be after a few Peeks' use, when you see new hair, fine *id downy at first—yes—but really •*w hair—growing all over the scalp. '■■A little Danderine immediately dou- "S the beauty of your hair. No dlf- / fence how dull, faded, brittle and j just moisten a cloth with Dan- | crine and carefully draw it through your hair, taking one small strand at a ti:af The effect is amazing—your hair will be light, fluffy and wavy, and have an appearance of abundance; an in- comparable lustre, softness and luxu- iMap«4 iJet a small bottle of Knowlton's Danderine for a few cents at any drug store or toilet counter, and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 14 January 1919

v- v ' ,v-;: . "■ ' a" '• f, ■ v' : ■ , THE CASS COUNTY SUN 1 II IJ I St; 1.1 ■ A CHILD GETS SICK CROSS, FEVERISH IF CONSTIPATED LOOK AT TONGUE! THEN GIVE FRUIT LAXATIVE FOR STOM- ACH, LIVER, BOWELS. "CALIFORNIA SYRUP OF FIGS" CAN'T HARM CHILDREN AND THEY LOVE IT. 4in*? V T* / Mother! Your child isn't naturally cross and peevish. See If tongue is coated; this is a sure sign the little stomach, liver and bowels need a cleansing at once. When listless, pale, feverish, full of cold, breath bad, throat sore, doesn't eat, sleep or act naturally, has stom- ach-ache, diarrhoea, remember, a gen- tle liver and bowel cleansing should always be the first treatment given. Nothing equals "California Syrup of Figs" for children's Ills; give a tea- spoonful, and in a few hours all the foul waste, sour bile and fermenting food which is clogged in the bowels passes out of the system, and you have a well and playful child again. All children love this harmless, deli- clous "fruit laxative," and it .n...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 14 January 1919

mtmmmpwn - w. ■wiiliHiin.il iiMWiinipiim \ $f£5 miw. "T zM <1. li. A. BA «l It W. "L. K'UWIN BANGBK & ERWIN, EDITORS WO PROfRI€T«RS. IliKCAWS COt'NTS 3UN imbllbhed ewy Tuesday in ohk-TlM m*ne IrfnAeii uontiVfjl'Mi am ttfioond OIhsb matter. Obituary n tices and cards of thanks iP be inserted at two-and a-half cent! t(X"i Hue k.itSS dv subJcription: Single copy per year ' $1.60 " &ix months ' 75 ccri'ts No pa pel; sent out without the cash 0" —■ RESOLUTIONS. Wliert'rt?, our belovt?d Sifter JKtbel Thompson has been greatly boreaVed iu the death of her father; and Whereas, \ve recognize that 5i«ter Thompson has sustained a great loss} there- Tore, tK' it Resolved, that we greatly de- plortJ the loss of this loved one, btn we also believe that onr loss is his eternal gain. Second, tb&t as an Order of lare to th'eul in the coining years Make! Thousands of Dollars, Get Ahead of the Oilier Fel low by PicMtif Scraps of Time from the Waste Basket. Abraham Lincoln would split ra...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 14 January 1919

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE Fresh Mackerel at Sam Fant'u. GOO cures Malarial Fever. are atirry to, report It. B. Morris laid u"p with the flu. , See the Linden Transfer Co. fdr high grade brick. Get yotlr Seed Oats from C. Weaver. L. Mrs. E. VV. Flint, of Lanier, I. i ' visited in Linden yesterday Payyo'iir account at Owen & Son. 7— Get your Seed Oats Ftbib L. C. Weaver. J. W. Penny and sous, of hear Alhifrd, ivere pleasant visitors ut thb Sun office Friday. 666 cures by reiotfvlufc the cause. For your rough liiiHbei* see R. M. Surratt. Guy Womrtiack, of Marietta, spent Friday and Saturday here with friends. 666 cures Chills and fever. Coftns liud Caskets at Fant Bros Hdw Co. We are glad to learn that Tax Collector A. C. Nelson is improv- ing, after having been very low with influenza. Shoes, Shoes, at Sam Fant's. 666 contains titi Sicoiiol, arsen- ic, nor Cther poisonous drugs. A full line of wall paper at Fant Bros. lid* OW. Rev. W. i). Hollingsworth was among our pleasa.it visitors la...

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