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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 6 July 1909

, ■ M> l.,i.i- • IjKWjft■ «' .1,. ' urfAwWl 13 I U E C T O It V A BOOSTER'S PLEDGE. t'liitrchc* Ef| ' ■jftsif ;i:.: BAPTIST o k. w{loiams, pastor. Sunday School at 10 o'clock a. m. each f-tjiiflay, L. G. Weaver, Superintendent. Prertniitlg every 2nd and 4th Sunday y the Pastor at 11 a. m. and at night Prayer meeting every other Wednesday (light. i. a dies Aid Society meets every Satur- day evening M. K. CHURCH SOUTH C. J. Atkinson, Pastor Sunday School at 10 a. m. each Sun- day, John S. Morris, Superintendent. Preaching every First and Third Sun- day by the Pastor, at 11 a. m. and at flight. Methodist Home Mission Society liiesfs First and Third .Saturday at 2 p. m. Prayer Meeting every other Wednes- day night. Junior Epworth League meets every Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Senior Epwortli League meets every Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock. 4^.;- liOriKTN k, f. & /t M. Linden Lodge No. 192 meets every 1st Saturday night in each month. I.E. Lanier, W. M. L. C. Weaver, Secretary...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 13 July 1909

- /-.I v' •; •' J), JE. A. I#4I\«KR, Publisher. IPapier DeVoiod to the best interests of £He £*eople. St«6 crSj Mbi , 11.00 Per An inn a* VOL. 84. LiUDfiN* TEXAS, TUESDAY* JULY 13, i909. GOOD RDADS QUESTION. I «•. |>. If it \ s a it m ■■k j f i N! il- i' w ... & h , J'- t • f- ,if results could be attained llbroiigh newspapers agitation, good roads sjliould cover thte Btatf) The newspapers Have been fcLnd fofe giving much thought and f?pace to the building und mtiin^ tainlng of good roads. They have spent eriougll tfmo aiid space to have built many gbbd roads, but alas and alack few fdads hate been built so far. It is true initfcli good has been accomplished by the campaign for good roads, and no doubt gootl will continue to come of it. The split-log drag ha8 b<?en giv- rtl prdhitnence and many roads improved because of the publicity fciven by tlie newspapers. It lakes a great deal of work takes iuany months and many articles lb get the people interested m movements which ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 13 July 1909

r ^ L** ' /" iraffiiHBW' Iff EVENTS BOILED COUNTY Editor and Proprutor BANGER, J. B. A rl I I (LINDEN, TEXAS BANK OFFICERS KEPT ALERT Crooks Have Many Cunning and Dan ing Ways of Gaining Entrance to Strong Rooms. What banks fear is not so much a burglar's gaining access to their prem- ises by forcing doors, but by tunneling and other equally cunuing and daring methods, the Strand says. A few years ago a cashier in one of the na- tional banks of the United States, in New Mexico, was busy at work one evening in the office when his quick ear detected some curious sounds. They seemed to proceed from n sub- terranean region; and he was not long in concluding that robbers must be tunneling from an adjoining building to the vault in the bank. Guards were immediately posted in and around the building. Soon they observed the masonry of the bank giving away. Meantime the robbers appeared to be hard at work and quite unaware that they were being watched. At one o'clock in the morn- ing a Mexic...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 13 July 1909

O o o :v>x-v. "There Is Some One in Here, I Know It." rcr fllDDIXrOW TYBOUT corvmcrtr /tor or ta upwricorr co n&USTnATED BY RAY WALTERS JSU i i ■ J 1* I 8YNOPSIS. Three girls — Elizabeth, Gabrlelle and Elise—started for Canada to spend tho •summer there. On board steamer they were frightened by an apparently dement- Qd stranger, who, finding a bag belonging to one of them, took enjoyment In scru- tinizing a photo of the trio. The young women met a Mrs. Graham, anxiously awaiting her husband, who had a mania for sailing. They were Introduced to Lord Wilfrid and Lady Edith. A cottage by the ocean was rented. Two men called. They proved to be John C. Blake and Gordon Bennett, one a friend of Elizabeth's father. A wisp of yellow hair from Mr. Graham's pocket fell Into the hand/) of Ellse. Mrs. Graham's lialr was black. Fearing for the safety of ome gems. Lady Edith left them in a aafe at the cottago. Mr. Gordon Bennett was properly Introduced, explained his actions on board ship....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 13 July 1909

: .. 4. ■■ . mm COUNTY SUN Joha Baager, tfiditor «fe Proprietor •U. n m •niRCASa COUNTY SUN pnblilAieJ pVi'Vy I'uoeday, Is entiTod st th« Lhidi-u iK>alolli''o R 8eooni]*CiAss (flutter. kates of subscription: feingle copy per year ' $1.00 " six months ' <">0 cents No papers sent out without ttie 'cash 1n advance; paper stopped tffieii HWe fs out, or we lose it. The Milner Picnic, The W. 0. W. Picu.ic under the Auspices of Daniel Boon t'ortjp of Milner last Saturday Was pro no COMMISSIONERS' COURT PROCEEDINGS be it remernberKl that a Special Ses- sion of the Commissioners' Court of Cass County Texas, was held on this 5th da^ uneed a Most brilliant!*f ^ A->"Court House * the town of Linden. Cass County Texas, success by (ill those who WC10 SO y p Qiass Co. Jndge, present and pre- foi tunate as (o attend. The function was pulled offin Siding: ji P. Fatit, H. C. Abernathy, H; O. Greene and J. II. McWilliatns Co\uity , ... , . . . e . e Commissioners; I. E. Lahier, Co. Clerk* ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 13 July 1909

> <1 I I toVAL ikt%%fc$GtijYGE FrVrit jar >rubVeVfl «.id lopa (ft ilaWs, fetta'clsm k Fact'*. w — -v ■*-1' — --"■■* — ——— Mr and Mrs. tiafbto were in Community "our city Saturday. •>-■ "■/ v'v'^. V Mr. Mclnwe and family of •faest Tp*hh ere on a visit to W. (N. Doss' family hhd other rela- tives in ttve Wnrreu Springs Buy your shoos and hats Rev. \V ,W \Vatpou {ind, Wife froVh Harris, Duncan Kant W ,W 3jVtat?°u and Wire | f Visited L M Ledford and wife ii\ J n Linden Saturday. to Sheriff Blalock attenjded business in D:\ingerfipldf- list frridtty. Harris, bunchn -A FaVlt are Opening up & tte\v stock (Yf Vhoea. T. G. Williams and wife spent with Oharloi Powell and wife. ! abd save money. KlV'i Clark Owens, of Slliioh comVrtlibity, had a little daugh- ter to h'dVt her arm right, badly and he brought her to Linden and had the doctor to set it. Sunday I). P. Echols and fartUly viSit- bd W. F;. Hill's ftifaUy at Bear Creek Saturday aiul Sunday. J. ?TfCS3rT^ lnive opened ti...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 13 July 1909

•mjvL rm • . • fl I ' m I ; :rf; I MTICULTURE BIG LAMBERT SWEET CHERRY Large Size and Fine Color of This Fruit Grown in Oregon Attracts Attention of Growers. The large sizo and fine color of the weet cherries grown in the William- ette and Columbia rivor valleys In (Oregon have for many years attracted Hie attention of cherry growers and users' to those sections, whit h seem jiecullarly adapted to the production of tills fruit. Fortunately for the reputa- tion of the Willamette valley, the earli- est Introduction of cherries there (in 1848 by Henderson Lewelling, at Milwaukee, Ore.) appears to have in- cluded some of the choicest varieties, bo that the planters of that district were not compelled to go through the long and trying experience with seed- lings of Indifferent quality that is com- mon In newly settled regions. At the «ame time some very promising seed- lings from these older sorts have in recent years come to light, some of which, such as Republloan, Blng, and Hoskins, h...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 13 July 1909

-r.b • v.\- -4^ " •• 'i.- ' ■ '. ^'• i ' v* 'J' Mi *--■ / I ——— SOLDIER BOYS IN CAMP /TEXAS NATIONAL GUARD AND FEDERALTROOPS BEGIN WORK AT CAMP MABRY. ALL IS WELL; NO ACCIDENTS fianltary Regulations Are Stftct and Every Kind of Precaution Is Taken. Camp Mabry, Austin, Tex., July 7.— .With the first Bound of reveille this years encampment of United States Regular soldiers and troops of the Texas National Guard formally com tnenced. All during last nlglit special trains from San Antonio, Dallas, Houston and such other points of concentration as had been rendezvous of various com- mands, arrived at the encampment (grounds, These trains brought, in ar- jtillery, infantry, calvary, signal corps iaud other organizations, which were fepeedlly detrained and moved in ex- cellent order to their respective camp- sites, whither they took tentage, drew jsuch supplies and equipment as had not been brought with them, and lost no time in getting their camps into proper shape. Sanitary regulations o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 13 July 1909

'}®j ■ ' $wfj ■ ■ ■ t .-- - • • • ■ ■ ""-r*rw * «**: 0>"v;.j •• :• AM-fJ&*** * < O T O R V >. > < R JC The roung Man Who Fans. sttccese tor tlife AS YCU FIB YOUR BI6 TOE WIGGLES. rsrisa I'ltDK'Ullt You and Youf amily Cannot drink a more delicious or a more wholesome, pure and beneficial beverage than its IS&VR- M Let us repeat these vvotds—delicious, whole- some, pure and beneficial. Do you like a nice &£L cup of coffee foi* breakfast? It helps the day out, doesn't it? Coca-Cola between rheals is just as delicious and beneficial and not a particle more harmful than the coffee, tea, milk or cocoa jrou drink every day of your life. GET THE GENUINE At Sods Fountains or Carbonated in Bottles % 5c Everywhere COCA-COLA COMPANY, Dtllnt, Tex. Gentlemen: Beplylnc to you« Inquiry r*ffnrdinf the effcct of e«ff*iu«) aa contained hi Coca-Coin, com- Kred with tbot cl (ha action of rnlfrino ftt contained coffee, will «ny that the physiological ellrct of the caffeine it t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 20 July 1909

mmi - 'pjj y ^ ( ■: . •. i. - ***■• , ■> ' ' "^ V f i i?. I' A. BiNfilER, Publisher. >■ .A. .Paper X>evoted toth'o bofct interests of the People. SiibscripMon, $l.€0 Per Aim •"i % S* mmM ■ VOL. 84. BRIEF AND BREEZY The fact tlratf the corporation tux eon be passed on to the con- temner is t he best evidence in the W'drlU that if we are to have&uch n tax, that will be the kind. Good times coming for the ac- torines—three 'million lobsters hove Just been hutched This long silence must cover up a dark secret. Can it be that the tWbllel lias shot a missionary. Dr. Eliot, late president of Harvart University, soys: "Men are not born equal." It is of relatively stnall importance,any- way. If they are, they soon get oveyit. ^ Riches used to take wings, but an automobile isfust enough these days;" &iys the Dallas News. I)o not be too sure of it; we are 011 the threshold of an aeroplane era, apparently.^ "Mr. Roosevelt rests" pro- claims a headline. Here we have the first pi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 20 July 1909

i 1 \ > A ■ ry sun CSS VNOER, Editor and Proprietor [/) iLINDEN, - - •' TEXAS England has aerophobia. Pessimista are scarce articles these days. Seashore or mountains? That's the Question. Ratna vex the city man and make the country man glad. The ambition of the aeronaut is to hitch his dirigible to a star. Cuba must behave or Uncle Sam ■will have to spank it again. Pretty near time tor Venezuelan a*d Central American war scares to break out again. "Cuba should be grateful," declares the Philadelphia Press. But is Cuba not a republic? A southern paper suggests "Why not have a 'Father's day?'" We have —it comes once a week. Would there be the possibility of so diluting that sleeping sickness as to make it a cure for insomnia? A Brooklyn clergyman declares that the rum power is to be banished from New York. "Good-by, gay old Broad- way!" A scientist tells us that Niagara will run dry in 3,000 years. Possibly. The tendency is certainly making great headway. r A town in New Jersey ha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 20 July 1909

mm m ■ Iw ,W^M% Wtim. f/jA MiDDixroN TYBOUT cotrfuuHr itot sr Jt utHMorr ro ,K-& IIAUSTRATED BY HAT WALTERS •,v> WIS® , 4* ,fev i 8 i I ■,J>£. ■' I m : g;;..r SYNOPSIS. Three girls — Elizabeth, Gabrielle nnd Elide—started for Canada to spend the summer there. On board steamer they were frightened by an apparently dement- ed stranger, who, finding a bag belonging to one of tnem, took enjoyment In scru- ■lilHri " e trio young xlo tlnlzlng a photo of the trio. Tha women met a Mrs, Graham, anxiously awaiting her husband, who had a mania for sailing. They were Introduced to Lord Wilfrid and Lady Edith. A cottage by tho ocean was rented. Two men called. They proved to be John C. Blake and Gordon Bennett, one a friend of Elizabeth's father. A wisp of yellow lialr from Mr. Graham's pocket fell Into the hands of Ellse. Mrs. Graham's hair was black. Fearing for the safety of some gems, I,ady Edith left them In p. safe at tho cottage. Mr. Gordon Bennett was properly Introduced, expla...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 20 July 1909

\V V < ! € '«<■ S5iS ;.i hat*? or sTiBscfcki^rJoN: ■ -fciafie copy per year ' $1 00 * " si* months ' cents Vo papers sent out ' without Hhe cash la advance; paper stopped When time is out, or we loae it. Obituary notices and cards of thanks *wiU be inserted at two-and-a-half cents per line A NEW ALINEMENt. Now that a strong minority of ■"the democrats in the United States Senate have joined hands With the republicans in foisting Mjpon the people the Most dras- Hic tariff law ever enacted, and in "doing which, they repudiated Hhe platform demands 6( 'Ihe party, it is about time to read- just party lines and drop these lemmi republicans out. It will be remembered thAtO'tfr "own Mr. JoeBtiiley was the'tead- • er in this fight against his!|pdrty H'nH flpenly proclaimed thatMtfe Was ii6t bound by platfoun prita ciples adcJptfcti by those who di'd ■not know what they wftFe talking about! — No; it isn't1 funiiy! Mr. Bailey kfeows that the -convention which kflOtVted the platform Was ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 20 July 1909

tat'iini iitiAif u- tiiteiiw i ■ V* « XOC^X INTELLIGENCE 0> ( ' 'iMHfl ( Fruit jar ruM^ep and tops V.i zlarris, Duncan 8 FantV Miss Birdie Leonard is, on a visit to relatives near Law's ( r • | _ Chapel. Bailqv Xlfc«gW:rtyt of Hughes .NSpriqg*ls on a visrt to-Judge Vr. 1 D. Glass. oea from Harris, Fant and save ~^r? Buy your ^Duncan & i. iaooey. J. T. Dodd of Lanier Wan ' our streets last Tuesday line of 3 also on i eentlemens' h underwear A nice shirts and ties, at J, T-. Sheffield & Co. Mr. Tom Glover's residence in the Bear Creek neighborhood turned last Wednesday. Buy your shoes and hats vjfr^m Harris, Hfr'ttncan & Fant and'sare money. The Sun office recciv^ t " pleasant visit from ^fr. Mrs. J. W. Barfc^ast Thursday. J.^rTsheffield & Co. have opened up lots of new shoes of all styles. Go and inspect them. Don't let The Sun ftop shin- ing aronnd your home. Send ;n your renewals. J. B. Price of Queen City is Visiting his daughter, Mrs. V:D. Glass. '■Wi; ~h.i "*"...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 20 July 1909

- u ■ ■ i IMMI)' " 'r •'"$* * ' 5$ - ftv ' • ' rut \ :■ * ' •■ ', ' ■ El bees are most interesting. Their Product and Assistance They Render to Apple Tree, Clover and Other Plants. The most Important product ob- tained from bees 1h the honey. This Is scarcely different from the nectar a secreted by flowers, the honey from different plants being so little changed by the process of storage and curing in the hive that the honey from each hind of plant retains Its particular color and flavor. In collecting and Htorlng It the bees simply pump It Into the honey sack and froiu this It Is forced back through the probosls and deposited in the cells of comb In the hive Wax Is a product of the bees, and Is produced from glands and Is used In the formation of comb. The archi- tecture of the bee Is therefore depend- ent. upon a particular kind -of material *wlucc;d by the bee itself, and la dis- ' feeding box for chicks. A Box-Like Arrangement That Will Prove of Much Value In Caring for Little O...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 20 July 1909

n t Jf a mmj. MM t it i < ■' ■ m FIRST BLOW FOR FREEDOM. Part Played by Town of Alamance, N, C., In the Struggle f°r American Independence. Baltimore, Md.—School children generally are taught that the first clash of anus In the American revolu- tion was at Lexington In 1775. As a matter of fact, the first meeting of British and American forces was at Alamance, N. C., May 16, 1771. There an organization of colonists, known as the Regulators and pledged to resist excessive taxation, came to blows with a force of British troops under the command of Gov. Tryon. In the engagement the British numbered 1,100, their killed and wounded 81; Monument Commemorating First Bat- tie of Revolution. Regulators, 2,000, their total loss about 200. The Regulators were short of arms and ammunition, and after two hours of lighting were compelled to disperse to escape capture and execu- tion. Several were arrested and exe- cuted later, among them James Pugh, who just before his death declared: "Our blo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 20 July 1909

. \ fyV'# . :§ -'■ft; *■ ■>■■:■■ :!:'v | i . V -™- MONEY LOANED BRYAN'S MILL LETTER. mil ft M ! 'V JKUSmSi K^'(V-v';v/v . ■-. 'J u . „ IJilil! e^SHa -JSEMT1?1 S ; V * aMae^SaaBMa iSifce-Wn w 1$1 •.' Msml .. : ." I isvSI '* iir ■ ' I ON REAL ESTATE LONGTIME, EASY PAYMENTS, RE LIABLE R E P1! E 8 E N T A t IVES WANTED. The Jackson Loan &C Trust Co* TORT WORTH, Texas, JACKSON, Miss. I) 1 U K C/'T or R Y t'lini'chcK !\\id fought iri earnest, Solan slapping liis bauds and exclaim- ing the while, "Bear it, father^ beat'it! ftwillbethV makifag ofj the p\Jp." J. H. Ko SPOONY BUSINESS., Chills. Malaria and Biliousness Cass County Sun: Crop condition*! are critical. Excessive rains during last ■ month caused t lie crops, especial- I lycprn, to grow rapidly, become J F< ! supv, wild for thvlast three weeks Chatham's Laxative tablets arecertain- ji .) i i i . ' bv very line. No bad efl'ccts as with the weather has b^c" very liot|-y. C1> ' . , i . . l'cuinine. i hen they are so conve...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 27 July 1909

m ^aSkW&-M^Sl m i-- PI / s-X$^>y y j& J. R. A.B4NOER, Publisher. } A. Paper Devoted to the best Interests of tlife IPeople. ■"• , Subscription, $1.0© Per Anmik) VOL. 34. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JULY 27, 1909. NO. 33. I I ■"<. Levee, and Drainage for Red, Sulphur and CyjTre&t Rivers to be Considered. The following letter has been fid dressed to the State Levee nnd Urainage Commission, Austin, Texas, tjy Con&reesrrtan Morris Shtippardi '■ y Gentlemen:— ^ , . In connection wltli the 1^-- ; tbpbgraptifc moping which is dbonto be begun in Texas for Sv levee and drainage purposes un- de^ tfiesupervision of your Hon- arable lioard, I teg respectfully f to request that the Red, the Sul- phur and the Cypress Rivers, witji their more important tributaries be assigned a reasonable and fair sh^re of the work. The Geological Survey has al- ready btfnip'leted atripbgraphieal map of a large section of Bowie and Cass Counties, embracing a large portion of Sulphur River. Furthe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 27 July 1909

1- I I ' mz ' ■ j . • - ssis * ' sip ■ i THE CASS COUNTY SUN <1. K. A. BANGER, Editor and Proprietor [LINDEN, rr TEXAS The Wrights are all right. Some of the ex-consuls are looking tor consolation. In Africa are fired the shot# heard around the world. The umbrella man is always pre- pared for a rainy day. Cuba and Porto Rico must get out of Uncle Sam's bad boy class. Dr. Wiley sayB that 90 per cent, of the liquor sold as whisky Is a fraud But the jags It produces aren't. OFFICIALS INSPECT HUNTSVILLE PRISON NEWS FROM OVER TEXAS LEGISLATIVE COMMITTEE VIEWS PENITENTIARY AND ITS INDUSTRIES. NO TESTIMONY ON TUESDAY The arrival of twins caused a Penn- sylvania farmer to commit suicide. It was altogether "two" much of a good thlnS- Nothing hinders the march of pros- perity like arbitrary and unreasonable '% action on the part of either capital or labor. The race horse takes no pride In a race. He would much prefer to re- main at home discussing the merits of his oats. No one need be sur...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 27 July 1909

I TT3 m i i « • 1 I !>;■ i J & I 11 \f' "'v • IISs I ■ f W. .. 1 K rnitm " ^V«'.v' ^-1 m&it «1®1S iigHH Sr I 1 ,-'-r $ } *-+r v.-." ' ,'j if#.i PCV. •</, ■H& I I Si Wfi , I il ■' '■ - . M w, wmm mmm "How Can I Tell?" I Began, Petulantly. L. OTi-rrnwfSrSttffi MWDlXtON COPrMMT I9C7 Or +Q UP&HCQT7 CO OAUSmATED BY RAT WALTERS SYNOPSIS. Three glrto — Elisabeth, Gabrlelle and ISltse—started (or Canada to spend the -summer there. On board uteamen they •were frightened by an apparently dement- ' o, finding a bag belonging ... . ^ f „ yi women met a Mrs. Graham, anxiously «d stranger, who, to one f them, took enjoym Onlzlng a photo of the trio. The to one took en ient In scru- oung g hei lor salntig. . r_ - ' r Edith. A cottage •cean was rented. Two men They proved to be John C. They were Introduced to Lord Wilfrid and Lady Edith. by the called. Blake and Gordon Bennett, one a friend of Elisabeth's father. A wisp of yellow liatr from Mr. Graham'B pocket fell Into the ha...

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