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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 20 March 1910

•V T¡ #• \ $ ■V ■y : , •. "i -. \ ■ \ >/<v ' .a 4*. • ■ -X:\\ \ ^ <'V A ■Xa-'" • t. 'v -r •.' \jf .V, J> c J i fL jQ p/' i - • • ^y^5tvw«3K- VV. ' . ' t ■ MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS V./V H^ve The Leader mailed to the folks back at home. It will save you tyme In writing letters. .•f, , A ' • ;'i AND TRIÉUNE The Classified Ads in The 'Leader made one man $75 in one month. Try i it yourself^ > Ú m VOLUMETHREE ORANGE, TEXAS, SUNDAY MARCH 20, 1910. NUMBER 18 7* 8 x m LOUISE COOPER U vA s lOben little Hnna went to sleep Opon the eve.of Basttr day 6he dreamed of candied eggs a heap J^nd frtshy, brlshy lambs at play. plump Rumptv Dumpty, with a bow, Stood stnlllng on the -counterpane, Hnd Duchy Daddies, wondering bow, . mas at the footJiist io efplatn. Chree baby duchs In noisy play, • «Ihó never thought to pardon beg, Cried "Quach, quach. quath, for 6aster day I" Hnd then tobogganed down an egg. H rooster and a hen on nest 6iclalmed, "please put us In the rhymi, for .we are doi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 20 March 1910

X, W: .<*• V/ v; ; • **v „ I'- • ' v V' \' f jT; •I v . V"" .' / r- THE DAILY LEADER. S\>NPAY, MARCH*20,,. WO V'..J- 1 ' .V-O- ^ ^ o i .fy ' A • OF UNUSUAL INTEREST M ISSUED taio. HARQACflNE-MCXITTMCK D. O. ST. LOUIS Begins Monday, March 21st '17 .., AND'CONTINIII S UNTIL EASTER On this occasion everything, new and desirable in White Goods as well as all other lines will be included in our display. We have spared no efforts in getting together a representative line of white lawns, Batiste,, i. Nainsooks, French, and English Lawns, Madras and Piques in plain, stripe, checks, and* B fancy woven design^; also a comprehensive assortment of. Ladies' Underwear, Embroid- eries and Laces. /. : ' ./ • While in the market recently we were particularly rórtünate in seturing from the bankrupt stock of Swafford Bros., of Kansas City, Missouri, a large assortment of daintily trimmed muslin Underwear. These goods áre worth 50 per cent more than our marked prices. 'We can surprise you on the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 20 March 1910

V • . -V" wém ■ A\. \ ■ r ..-v \ \-4 • • •.. . - : ■ - ' • •. v ; • ' ' ; ' ■■..,• N • • • r" • ! i. " Gases of L SOCKS- AN'l) .MAPLE SYRUP. Boastful and fanciful, nut falsevand niislc,'ulii%,.'is tlu- trade-name announ- ciiiK' • that tlu- impossible lias occurr- ed, and sucks have become "Hrile- jirortf." At least that .is. tlnr holding e\{ the' Unittf<l". States Circuit Court-of. Appeals in I l(iiup,róof- Hoisery Co.. v. V\ allach llWiC 172 Federal Report-, er, '-'Surely,'' says tile court, "No 1 oue^otlld be misled into the belief tilín holes will not appear in plain- jiff's sucks if they are "worn long enough, and it is difficult' io ctnt-'eive that anyone could be fatuous enough .to suppose that by tile use"' o.f the .word "Hole-Proof," he could deceive people, by inducing a belief that the goods would never wear out. I I if i i-:' U ■ < -j X '-"'■A*- VN .v-<v ' ¿i " V V/' RRRPI Mm/0 „■* - - • :Y' V •• M > • A :.v ■ • . 'i THE DA11.Y l.KADF.K. SUNDAY, MARCH 20, 1910...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 20 March 1910

>i 'l V; \ ' -V •>*. J r. U ■ n- W * '■f '■•• • . ,n ' ::> r ■ - <t 1 7 * •<#. ■ TOE DA'll.Y I.KADKR. SUNDAY, MARCH 20, 1910 \ x ifi ifi * t I ¿fi ifi ifi s tfi ifi in ifi X ifi ffi • if? ifi ifi ifi ifi ifi ifi. ifi ifi ifi ifi ifi bR ifi ifi ifi ifi ifi ifi Ifi Üfi ifi 1 ifi .' V r: The Most Completé, •C ' Read the Following List of the Best Lines Manufactured and Call and See for Yourselves - ,. v r-- s 50 - v. „. .-•*>■. ' r mi- ■ ' ■ «. , " From a No. 00 at $7.50 up to-their Handsome Porcélain Sanitary Refrigerator, No. 5.42 at $52.00. We can .please-you, no matter how much or how little you want to spe: 4 • K ' * ' Nelv 'Process Gasoline Stobes The Original Evaporating Stobe The Simplest, Safest and Best. Many New Features for 1910. We have . Six Styles of the Range Pattern We have the Buckeye Junior, 2 burner, Gasoline Stave at . ... $3:50 \\'.e have,the Bqckeye Junior, 3 burner, Gasoline Stove at . ... ... 5.25; New Process Wick Blue Flame Oil Cook Stove, 2...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 20 March 1910

1. Y v • * i ' K'*ví'.>v • \ iv : ' b ' U ■ . ' • IX ■' ' : ' THE DAI^Y LEADER, §UNDfAY, MARCH 20, 1910 f v. * ' 1 " ' ■ • "i ' Tur Society Editor Ring New Phone $39 or Old Phone 4 Edited by MISS STELLA CAMPBELL . 'J' ij*. ij* ij* *1* 'I' 'J® ij# p|< + : ¡3H mm + +1 + H* + H? + * + .«T •K 4* 4 4* M 4* ' 4* 4- ' * * + + 4* "4- + 4* : 4- + 4* 4* 4* ' 4* 4,4* + 4;4,4*4, + 4*444,4'4* 4* 4* + 4*- 4*-4* 4*4*4,.4*4*4*4,4« Social Notes. EASTER. t Christ the Lord is risen today, Sons of men and angels say; •Rate your joys and triumphs high. Sing, ye heavens', and earth reply. ... ,llaii the Lord of Earth and Heaven"! Praise to Thee by both be given! Thee we greet triumphant now! .Hail, the Resurrection Thoíí! King of glory, Soul of bliss! Everlasting life is this, Thee to know, Thy power to.prove, "• Thus to sing, and.thus to love! ".v" . —Charles Wesley. Williams, Annie feelle Boswell, Lillian^ Kellogg. Stella Terry, E^nnie Boswell," I Georgia. Stakes and Vera Kellogg, \Slsesrs. Clare...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 20 March 1910

-J-S-, f- Bwmmmm i mmmmiiBwWsm >*• .v. í V .y J :%■ \/ X . Th^E* DAILY LEADER. .SUNDAY, MAftCH 20; 1910 iSfüfilfiSifíSifi The Most Complete, Call and See for Yourselves / w rA.- V tfi s £ ffi K W S S iff tfi ifi !fi S bR tfi tfi S bfi 1 W bfi tfi !fi Jj W W B ;i r r~ f. ■ Frónr a No. 00 at $7.50 up to their Hahdsome Porcelain Sanitary Refrigerator, No. 542 at' ' , $52.00. We can please you, no matter how much or how little you want to spend •• / Nelv Process Gasoline Stores The Original E.baporating'Stobe^ The Simplest, Safest and Best. Many New Features for 1910. We have Six Styles of the Range Pattern ' ' ' .• \\V h.fvé-the^iiivkeye Júnior, z burner. Gas'oline'Stove at . , • •■■■• $3.50 ;v "We Have tfie'Buckeye Junior; 3 burner. Gasoline Stove at . . h . . 5.25 New Process Wick Blue Flame Oil Cook Stove, 2 burner at .. . .. 7.50' , New Process Wick Blue Flame Oil Cook Stove, 3 burner at . . . • 10.00 Standard Wickless Blue'Flame'Oil Stove. No. 52R, 2 burner at ■ . . 1.00 Standa...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 20 March 1910

A" A X- V J v \ :LAÍ 9F. the Wily leader, sunday, march, 20, 1910- rfc * M ■ L // \ .. A... - In the Social Realm Tur Society Editor Ring New Phone 539 or Old Phone 4 Lditedby MISS STELLA CAMPBELL *|* «|« «i*.*!* «j + + i + + + + + + 4* + ' + + + ++++++++++++++ + i Williams, Annie Belle Bos well, Lillian I Kellogg. Stella Terry, Fannie Boswell, Georgia Stakes and Vera Kellogg, Msesrs. Clarence Cochran. Pitt ,Wat- SOil, A Hie Barron, Desra Kellogg, Bruce Oiffin, Douglas Stakes, Charlie Sowyer. Arthur , Cochran, Andrew House, Clay Arnold. 'Edgar Stakes, N'eil Kellogg. James and Frank Stakes. /► • Christ' the Lord is risen today," - Sons of men and angels siy: Raise your joys and triumphs high, . Sing, ye heavens, and earth, reply. V . Hail the Lord of Earth and Heaven! Praise to Thee by both be given! Thee we greet triumphant now! " • Hail, the Resurrection Thofi! . King of glory, Soul of t Ii —' ' Everlasting- life is this. Thee to know. Thy power to prove. Thus to sing, and thus to ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 20 March 1910

Y V. ' \ -i: *.> t y. r .v T1IK DAILY l.K'ADI'.R. SUNDAY; M^RCH^O, 1910 m ORANGE, TEXAS To please our patrons, and will put forth every effort to gain your confidence. Our and 'Best Assorted in the City « V ■ . '• * • : c If not already a customer, give us a trial order. • Houston Prices Duplicated Weights, Measures and „ . Qualit y Guaran teed Old Thone 2 Nelv Phones 16 and 47 H. W. PRUTER Manager Invites your attention to their lines of In china are the AND We are dii HAVJLAND, BASS AMERICAN In White China, specially selected for decorating. This is carried jjtopen stock, and sold in any quan- tity desired.^ There are three of the very XatMt patterns in Decorated China in open stock. you can at any time, ^replace any broken pieces. There are no\y in stock, four patterns bf Crockery for you to make selections from. The Glassware is complete in all lines. An elegant Assort- mt of Cut Glass, and no fancy prices. We particularlyHqyUe^four attention to our assortment of Lamps, Vases...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 20 March 1910

V THE DAILY LEADER^StJNDÁY, MARCH 20, 1910 i .-•■'v ... ; *'■■■%' i. ,■ , . ' . '• ,j'. ; j \,.% ¡ JACK'S EASTER. WAY tack In the time when knee mrIKE the dames nnd l>liin-'-'es of I a city celestial glittered , ae Icy B A range of .the- Sangre de Cristo | The valley was sprinkled with Iris nnd columbine. <u i The. breath of spring softly stirred the pines in tile' uunyon. Bi'lmstune Gulch" awoke to Easter uabrulug- I awoke with bloodshot eyes and shaky liamls. Creeches and-bag wigs, goint- j Thwi. ha(f be¿* a hot;tluu, thl, ed waists and petticoats of quilted satin were in fashion Here lived a crusty old king who had ! I i "t... Dot a chick nor a child in the world except one sweet llttje princess grand- daughter, whom, he was determined to marry to the toothless old king of the aext . kingdom upoq her sixteenth birthday. 'Now, the little princess and the king's handsome young surgeon were in love with each other. The sur- geon was often tempted to put a few dark drops Into t...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 20 March 1910

1 < r • / / Wffj m / *' Till'. O All. Y LEADER. SUNDAY. MARCH 20. 1910 \ It— And for the daily Meals, you can secure the Freshest and Best GROCERIES from me. ■ 1 '. '. •* . '' ' • ' . • * w Fancy Canned Goods Vegetables and Fruits Fine Cakes and Candies The Best Coffee and Tea Full Line of Feed Stuffs • „ • j ... i " ■ • V ' • \ ■ , Your .orders will receive prompt and careiul attention. J x Front Street, Orange, Texas Telephone 79 THE STAFF OF LIFE Is said to be bread, but a nice, tender, juicy beefafceak Kelps it'along anc| your Easter Dinner will not be complete ^ - —* j - ' ~ " ~ 1 ~ | • *■: , r~ . without a" to'othsóme roast.* We handle only the best • meats and will be glad to serve you. Beefj Mutton, Pork, Veal, Sausage, Barbecured Meats, Hani, Chicken, Etc. -• PHONE No. 66 t lie-kind that counts, in times of misfortune. We sell r- !, Life Marine, Accident - Live Stock, Plate Glass Tornado and Automobile Insurance and represent only the. best companies: Let us write your n...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 5 May 1910

: for the Funeral ts Likely i floor of G. M. Sells, cashier of National bank; F. W( fl manager of the Orange pany, and 8. M. White, manager o£. the S. M. White 8¿ Co/ store, made X fv. Arthur .í*í&H.yÍ!8fÍ' : the First -BAPtis* s city, took his-own life ing1 himself through the head' 45-caIibre pistol. room with theT. rntnistej;,,. at eof the tragedy wfe his close associate, John Reading, 'of the Gift^-City Drugstore, j asieep and had no inkling lijn of Mr. McFaul ife, and who was Usure iyhcn awaí- ;; shot tliak ended KÉ^'-ÍjÉ| "disco I pE; 1: j*?- Party Are En' Püaise of R. W. Wier pany for Improvements They Are Making tó" Road Between viífé and Texla. ocery com- That men oí ent ¿from an tempted by them, an ojie tff theí obj. mm "iri&rrii|%>n l^adéj; "|¡§¡8 mmM m tlifft it v. ater- and t: a" fleet of ten pleasu I reselling, a value oí 3! W f y«mraiB«'. but more time wasf spent at. Texla, where the R. W, Wier Lumber cojti- pany operate thefp -saw and planirig mill. - ' Th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 5 May 1910

e President , Cashier Pari and, Assistant Cashier Assistant Cashier ■ ; .'t-- sn^n] LIVE, WE GROW , ,, sv_ ., ][./ 1 ,. - , * This explains our steady and substantial growth. But it is out desire to continue to grow; an#d your account* whether large or small, will be a step in that direction. Come in ^nd.we wiH tell you just what we can do for you. ' a ' - N., _ .'i, • v|, ■ Sjyjjjuj&m' The First National Bank ORANGE, TEXAS MÍ5 DAILY LEADER _ AMD TR BUNE | I.EAl>i;K PRINTING CQMRUVY IVoprlctors ^1 3RD-.., .Manager and Editor hed Every Day Except Sunday id as second cluss matter at tfie nostoffice at ica¿, under the act of Congress of March 3, 1879. svascription Price 50 ....$6:00 A TRAGIC AFFAIR. A resident of the new town of Oralis was In Orange yesterday and said the town was grow- ing, one baby, seven bull pups and a tattle "colt having been JSorn there. - ':i The cnlfilainitient ton nrrntv night at the Tace -piano store is for 'Jl^bcWfit of the La- dies' Cemetery Assoeiyf...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 5 May 1910

■ npnMM •"V SUAC I.VC« .'■wand in fjg 3 D. PHi.l. Tex, - "'i'he d ;VO(I tóñ «'.''í"!. jjfenili will J. HfüNDÁYjfSUI / you all "ie 7 ■ Vou «ü.'.ier^l m #;■ V." ' /ice llpl NDBNTS WRITE US: Tex.—"We are shoift ' ra 1'' R., M «Ms í-SW'T'WÍ ■ y¿L.'B'.'-ftMEXV'R,R.,' i pperators is perpetual. Should ~_t time, whom you can recom- ■ Tex.—"I will lend undertaking. Will be Klad if competent young men wish- R. & G. R. R., Ft. Worth, Tex.—"I general, and will lend encourage- conditions make it possible."# 'exarkan, Tex.—"There is al- lí telegraph operators." . • GEN. MGR. M. K. & T. R. R„ Dallas. WBmmm f r W. ROijJNS,- lieartiiy eu<WhMI{ ■. any of yonr .gr, H. B. Áv.r-íS, SU1'' way^ : | e ma nil A. D. BKTHÁRD, ASS1... „ Tex.-"For the past several years the demand for operators has exci • <.d the supply." . - ■•. ■ E M. ALVORD, GEN, SUPT. M. S. & T. R. R, St. Louis, Mo.-' "Th- present demand for operators is greater than the supply. (V:h1 operatorsjca.n always command a positi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 5 May 1910

of WHEAT, OATS, RICE and BARLEY, constitute, and most concentrated diet to be found in nature. A food Í value for growing children. Excellent substitute for meat at a SWfra-Uoa cf cost; also very healthful. Its building-up properties itive value is. higher than any single cereaL Its a food that a place in die diet of all persons. Ask yoo* Grocer. JOMAS MURDÉK CASE M*y 9 th—Special case of Chis. Thpmas, colored, with the murder of f Lewis ence, also colored, ovef a yeáf , was set yesterday for trial on íonday. May 9th. A special venire í sixty m=n was summoned to try and the officers , are busily ' summoning jurors in the ■id Thomas murder cases, '.te's case was continued one • nn account of an- error in the Tent, and was continued again ? Tm .by consent by both the I^RSONAL MENTION. Mrs. J. W. Park, Beaumont, the guest AL PICNIC Sunday . Scbool Next al picnic of Sunday school W^est Orange park Saturday. R'ei.cshmenm rf- s wjll be served aild th^'general angements indicate Sí Vil' th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 28 June 1911

- r S... -r; - ' . „ ill - ' •' ' ' „ . : • SESiSH •- llti ZT—^7 C , 222 222 telephone number work of all kinds. We'll & COTTLE Fourth and Main Streets ——fejff tMSÍ. Í,,' ■' ■■"«PVrl r and Tin ■/: * i• . r* 1' ■ i &i&é v,„ M «^'vortepSaa TV i , Iglgfc-.'1 " . = ¡* OF COUNTY liAÉdl H 1.1 ...• WILL BE BOÁT 5.ROES Y $$• BROUGHT IN ON MJRS/ JANE BLAND'S FARM WEST ÉÉi&hB SABINE RIVER A* 6:30 CHILDREN ED HBfm Wx.] • vbl u " 4 $ Jmfo -0H$ 'V ■ • ... nty IntoLóuisiana, On tof Charbon Prevailing Here Prevails in Louisiana But :le are Isolated. ^IPli WMM Juilty, a Lake Charles Bent yesterday frrftiifrníínr ¿ Louis- as weri a prevailing as w«.H as elséVhere, a < Would be put ^jn against ^cattle bi removed .from"vliere;*nto Louisiana. Dr. ljuilty state* that there was quite a good deal of chafrbon in Louisiana and that it has been nec- . essary to isolate the Sick animals and to discontinue transferring of cattle from one, vicinity to another. Dr. Quilty believes that if the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 28 June 1911

/ \ 7 ♦ -■ )■ % i ■i ■:« V mm MB® *sb mm .,' Mr ~T 0 CAPITAL SIOD.OOO.OO .' . 't f ¿ ' '-.y;' SURPLUS ANO PROFITS OVER S123.000.0t) OFFICERS W. H. Stark, President "L. Miller, Vice-President ,E. W. Brown, V-Pré ident i. Oí Simi, Cashier E./E. McFarlaad Assistant Cashier 4rl A. Bunn, Assistant Cashiei -,;j| — —; • ■ Mi . The Largé and Successful Experien / * V: . s.' p. % of our officers well qualifies them to ad- , minister the affairs of the First NationJ ¿ al -Bank oí Orange in the best and most approved .manner, and to protect the in- terests of all its depositors and clients. - /Accounts subject to check are cordially invited. 6 0 j . - t ,r:;. The First National . / Established MM. Fust in Orange, 7lst jn Ten , I08)rd in United State THE ROLL ÓF HONÓk BANK ORANGE, TEXAS AND TRIBUNE LEADER PRINTING COMPANY. Proprietor* A. L. FORD .. Minuter and Editor Published Every Day Exeeot Sunday *e Entered as second class matter at the oostoffice at Orange, Texas? under the act of Congress...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 28 June 1911

?• V^ ' v-;. • ■ ?4"'t F'/^^C I J i ■ ■ Vi! t"T~~ T"7 : fe;: v : ÍP rich, cool, refreshing. Yóú Wi «.(.uum> r?fresibment ' Without' IS COFFEES „ 4V>-W e Coffee is ground through still cutters. Now for a,pound CONSUMERS COFFE.IJ, vvill " to 20 cups more ¿i Cof- .,% than tfhe ordinary Coffee. Coirée ufce is the result of .the grind - fcg-you can see it in the cup. flavor woody. TRIAL CAN IyREE. * «n't take our word for it. Try it yourself. v%v ->. > lligN ■ WkwíSIBÍIBK1H| ^-s- M t'-v-ij1 ' XT r\ i '• •' ' °r. PreacMnge and 7:30 p'. m. a. m.- -Epwor. T and 4 p. tn. Prayer Wednesday night £: Missionary society "'""d Thursdays, at . ... .. Golden, president. We, eign Missionary society Ond and fourth Thursda- Mr . C. C. Sladc, Pre J. L. Má'sséy. Pastor. llf "First Baptist Church. Cor. Green Ave. and Fifth St. Preaching «very Sunday at 11 ' - • and 7:30 I p. tn. Sunday sch a-, m. B. V. P. U.'s at 3 and meeting every Ladies' Aid and second Thui sday Moslem;- Miss Dora. Presiden...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 28 June 1911

- \ . ■. - . w * IMP WͧS §K§fe f ■J • a v, f<>% :''V '-'-' y ■sac sat. fa^jSSt A, i ' Jelly Roll Recipe ' , Only Two E¿¿ Required By Mrs. Jurist Mckenzie Hill. Editor of the Boston Cooking School Magazine '.„ fliis Jelly Roll Is fast becoming very 'popular oil account of the way it keeps fresh.. With proper handling it should keep fresh a whole week, providing it isn't eaten up in the meantime, for it is every hit a3 good as it looks. eg •'. KC Jelly Boll One cup sifted four; scant half tea- spoonful salt; 2 Itvel teaspoonfuls K C Bating Powder; grated rind of 1 lemon ;S eggs beaten ligH; 1 cup sugar. % cup tot m/ilt; glass of jelly; pow- dered sugar] . Beat the sugar into the .egg8; add the lemon rind, then the flour, sifted three times with the salt and baking powder; and, lastly, the milk. Bake in a'but- tered dripping pan; turn outona Jainp cloth, trim off the crisp édges; spread ■with jelly and turn over and over into a roll while sttll warm. Dredge the topr* with powder...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 28 June 1911

fii'% • •£,? be ■V ' ¥ ' ■'/ rDEALBB m- \ oods; 'X ' — '• • «¿«fi «A ülii ii .i ni <u. furni Shoes, Tin, Crockery, an Wagon Material of all Descriptions Always on Hand m -■:/ "f ■ v, ' • ■ • . • • "• .v * ' , - • #j> . I AIXO HKAUQVAKTHKN I'OH TUB- CilLÉBBÍATED AVER1L ItllEV PAliT, LlMi i i;* /-tit'- -: ■■ ■mMB : I ' i \ - —.—¿L a ¡V. : . ' * 4 THE BEST IN THE MARKET. PAINI^TIS^WATIÍTIIAL of all kjnds, and*other Gpocte-toj numerumt to mention. If you want to t nVw' ' mponh UHEA P-FOTt Street, above I y}()On§gITEA P'FOR OASHChW nná aeo Mm on . . . A. ^ Ó • fije ' ¿PtoMm ■" - T WNHmKtM DEALER IN Blank Books Stationery, JÉlHdlitia Notions, ite. P. .LAlUSEiJST 1 School Books and Supplies, Sheet Hnsic, Cigars, To- bacco, Gandf, Etc, Ey* j ¿\ \i. * ft '\A i .V- Flr«l-Ctu* Ac i—>iiltoiM. mpal* fit all Hoara -j—■ Also D«*lerln foreign aa& DomastU Oigan, Tobaecc. OoafaotloierlM. Etc. IOl FOll SALE OB LEASE—12} of land, with eight tenement Suitablefor Garden and Canning' tory. On...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 28 June 1911

r ' NEWS AT l!OME AND ÁBS. Gleaning from CrimVs*Ca!wrJ,v SsrvcdV • Í ? . jiuit the. General Rush. "f * Mir ?£FI0US"XnD SENSATiCWA^ SOiiTINGS corticu r'!a ^?á adráis tho Üíáv* oC N -fiO ' a: afro: '|?!líór\l '.íud*.' D^MEfe'nC, ¿ÜI. Neb., wants n'stiu$b s JSaiiie l\ph> of Aljisloli, ía!lo)ÍIuft to jíl.OOQ.OQJ. A woiiliiii's r.elief cojáis has Katij./.i I at UóuntVille,*1; . ■ I'.. Ir) Allii i' uiity. hnva. will mi' Itiátkct 60,000 tons of hay. ■ i« nt Acltaii-'ajl (S ai:i.-noQ,i, Ark., to # slid iKoaiT ^■pllti.' I opeus up a Hell mtr.r Thij-TSpVI^" : IT * clon- en or «j i Ü ~ ■ ver bt'irtt uft ven til lude-, ■t ~i , l«i ill'iro wd ruti fiúl mi i.utih ¡ip.v ami cultural n"M tinnier cultiV -tuck J-L,t OOP Kvefyi-vjk.iiuxv hlilh alW feu r ir >'t-i i"'Kinfiiia .;uovn♦ i, i>i¡íé p.' <ftld vu iii'T iii ti .-. Ato ;mrt tlui": it. ii btuttuln lió latest news frmi i aiu'ího' liertot rats ^111 I nú' v1,1 " l io'n jt 'il'o i(oni<i t' Iri¿fif is iíi;|l«S to. The Seiibjiard itltofi...

Publication Title: Daily Leader, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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