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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 25 March 1913

' §;0:m ■'<! <>; {p$w&. J V ~ * mtmm v , . , '0b. w. m HARRIS, DUNCAN £ FANT cTMini.il 11 ,111 ii _ ^^=agg^saggp-"'fi—-ruTMni ■■'•■ i ARE BETTER PREPARED THAN EVER TO TAKE CARE OF THE WANTS OF THEIR CUSTOMERS. A full and complete line of GROCERIES, DRY GOODS and STAPLE ARTICLES. CLOTHING FOR MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN. ~ mmmsmrnam Loan Fund. All kind of Farm Implements, including Middle Busters, Culti- vators, Two-Horse Turning Plows, Plow Stocks and Plow Shapes; in fact, most anything to be used on the farm. A splended line of Wagons and Buggies carried in stock Let vis save you some money this year by trading with us. : : : : ; HARRIS, ODBC AM £ FAST Students' "Effort has b?en jmade in the past to create the prejudice a gainst the University and the Agriculturaland MefchanlcalCol- lege. Much that these institu- tions have needed baa been with- held partly in satisfaction of this prejudice. Happily, this kind of demagogy is passing a- way. Need for higher education is rec...

Publication Title: Cass County Sun, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 1 April 1913

wmm ri.yceh * fr«i\ Pubiuiiert. > A. Paper Devoted to the beat Interests of tho People. VOL. 88. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, APRIL 1, 1913. 1 w 1 j I ■ v • i. {SnbcKriplion, II OO Per itiiuoci NO. 13. ( I | b fl1': j. IL. £««J V ' v . ij CABIN DRUG STORE GEORGE & BARTLETT, Proprietors Everything in the Drug Line. Toilet Articles, Stationery, . Tobacco and Cigars. In fact, most everything usually kept in a first-class drug store. We are Here to Please Pruitt Dots Bad weather is to common to intuition. We have hud lots of mill, which retarded I lib farmers wit Ii their work. We were visited by quite a Center Hill Locals. Ail unprecedented rain fell here Thursday evening, accompanied by high wind and nn electrical display, which caused the time rous ones to shrink iu terror. *" storm on last Thursde.v ni<rht! Several houses were damaged by wind at Baucker. Mrs. J. (!. Monday wns instantly killed by lightning north of Hivitis, and her husband severely shocked. Her deat h was a los...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 1 April 1913

"A: a\viua sM-> : ■ ' v" Bps* w-W ,*i ... .1* \ v f. friSi r " ?•- g!L.—- = Loss of Power iis® ; *h;' !«&> —- *11 ■nd vital fore* follow lou of flerti <W emaciation. TheM oome from lmpov* ertahed blood. Dr. Pieroe'a Golden Medical Discovery enlivens a torpid Uxftr—enriches the blood-stops the waste of strength and tissue and builds up healthy flesh—to the proper body weight. As an appe- tising. restorative tonic. It sets to work all the processes of digestion and nutrition, rouses every organ into natural action, and brings back healtn and strength. ONE-SIDED. In Private. Ab he started out with a bushel of ashes he walked into a clothesline that he didn't see. When he had picked himself out of the ash pile and recovered Ills hat he stood in the back yard and relieved ■bin feelings. "Henry," called his wife. "Well?" he snapped. "Don't stand out there and do it. iCome straight into the house and toll that it's all my fault.'" r A Jolly Good Day F ollows A Good Breakfast T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 1 April 1913

my T: K 'vi ■ > / - , ^■ SnMK^iyi X".•• . TO TAKE OUT STAINS \V I SHi I ) 4 v SIMPLE AGENTS THAT MAY BB EMPLOYED BY HOUSEWIFE. Good Idea It to Have a Set of Rulw That May Be Potted In a Con- •plcuoua Position About the House. various \l5fnu'r* Jl erage maid or laundress Is still more limited, hence a device which serves In one house as a constant jog to the memory. It Is a set of rules printed upon a yard of the blackboard cloth used on schoolroom walls. Instead of writing with chalk, print the rules neatly in the form of a table In white oil paint, thinned wltb turpentine. •This medium. If properly dried, is permanent; it cannot bo din- turbed either by steam or by rub- bing. After allowing it to dry foi four or live days it may be tackeo on tha kitchen wall. Inclosed In a frame of plain pine picture molding. Here is a copy of the table for anj one who may care to make one: Ink Stains—Soak in sour milk. II a dark stain remains, rinse in a weal solution of chloride of lime. Blood...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 1 April 1913

tM' f ' ./• '• '* + " • • . ■ J 111 . . : . OASS COUNTY SUN • 3. E. A. BANGER #W. L. KRWIN BANGER & ERWIN, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. t TilKCASS COUNTY SUN publllbed uver.y Tuubduy, U ontiTod ut lint Llndeu pofttolti'se uh SvcoudXlasB matter. b ft Y v\ l\ [ .1 . I | M B ' - RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION: Single copy per year ' $1.00 " six months ' 60 cents Nopapers seat out without the cash In advance; papet stopped when time is out, or we lose it, Obituary notices and cards of thanks will be inserted at two-and-9-half cenls pei fine. To Begin Drilling. The Caddo Co-Operative Oil and Gas Co., hay let the contract for the wood work of their der- ricks to Nelson & Sheffield of Linden. They are now trying to secure the services of ('hall Dan- iels, un experienced Cass County driller, to take charge of the putting down of the wells. The work on the wells has been delayed on account of high wat er. The nianagnient informed The News that they are now ready to begin operations and as soon as...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 1 April 1913

' '■ . f/ ' r' .'i V , •;/' :/ •' • > '"•«" ':>v '■& «v,«r# ;.' v - ~rv, . 'M •' • - • ' r: ,/-' "v v>*./ •,;■ '■ 'V * <: , . ill Wi . V ... . ' ' ■ -'t « ' I ■ ' 'Jr« * ••■"irtrr-T-r •" V.V'/. r—- . •; <■• y.- -<~«v 1||M"*' :0C.4£. INTELLIGENCE Uotfins at Linden Mercantile Co. Lemons at Sam PAats. Born to Mr. und Mrs. Ed Hol- land, a bity on the 28 ult. Buy your coffins, caskets and buriul suits from John S. Mor- ris. krs. O. R. Taylor is visiting Mrs. S. N. Spearman in Atlanta. For your nice Spring Hat call at Marett & Fant's. Tierce Lard 10c per lb,, at W. C. Blulock & Co. W. L. Lucas is visiting relati- ves at Tex ark an a. Cabbage and onions at 8am Fa tit's. J. L. Allgood, of near Lanier, was on our streets yesterday. Keep tlie bowels regular by using HERBINE. It is a fine cleansing and invigorating medicine. Pricc 50c. Sold by Cabin Drug Store. Go to Sum Fant for all kind of staple and fancy Groceries. Horn to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rankin, of Grogans...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 1 April 1913

—SklFn* ■;r; .v-vrf :vv </>' Mr1 ..«.«>1 +■.•>*■■■ ®/i,-.;?., v1 ■ * ■ > • ■ 5 • ■K ",v"' • •' ' ' 3SS9& '' '•" "v •:'"' ^v:'''V £*>-'.V: KvnsiJMHi •Mi' fjj. "" COUNTY SUN i i ... I Banger ft Erwln, Editors and Props. - ' - TEXAS. LINDEN. - 8,000 DROWDED IN OHIO AND I GREATEST FLOODS IN "Rll OF STATES SWEEP MANY 8ECTI0N8. 5,000 DEAD AT DAYTON Water In Bualnes* Part of City Was Thirty Feet Deep and Property Loss is Enormous. Cleveland, Ohio, Jiarch 26.—Fully 8,000 people were reported drowned in the death-dealing floodB which swept through Ohio Monday, bursting reser- voirs and swelling rivers into rush- ing lakes. According to tlje latest reports from 2,600 to 5,000 are drowned in Duyton, 1,000 in Hamilton, 540 in Piqua, 100 In Delaware and hundreds in othei cities throughout the state. The Hour days of steady rain filled every reser- voir in the state to overflowing. A big power plant reservoir just north of Dayton broke Monday morning and poured its thousands...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 1 April 1913

„ ■ W. -£#ft : """"" " I'm1* ijiiBiKJii m* - i 7WREFy --€ ■*.< IP^ fe --isSS^St^ faBfe.; 5P ' d MMM ■ ; • "£ AW (ELEANOR ING1 cffluHoi- ofThe GameanJ fie Candle ~JIiq Mercury etc. 9*?Eime TTTOTOGH CHAPTER I. The Man Who Dared. The official starter let his raised arm fall and leaned forward, peering •.cross the blended glare and darkness. "What?" he shouted, above the pul- sating roar of the eleven racing ma- chines lined up before the Judges' stand. "What?" There was a flurry around the cen- tral car, whose driver leaned from hU •oat to slare down at the man who bad slipped from beside him to the (round. The great crowd congesting the grand-stand pressed closer to the barrier, strring also, commenting and conjecturing. "The mechanician of the Mercury is of! his car!" ' "Fainted—" "Fell—" "The automobiles hadn't started; he must be sick." The referee was already pushing his •way back, bringing the report from the hastily summoned surgeon. "Heart disease," he announced right and le...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 1 April 1913

HP y s' ^ifiv v i,.,"i%: ■ ■' **, "" ■• ■ .'•.'v :^a. ■ ^ ,: . &"!{ • • f s- ■ / ' • ' m. i .1 mm ■■■. . i i i -niij oBS V • ":v ' «.-• m? . r'i> Mi r. J \ I / 'I' A I 1: j ,—— -< .>,s. ' ■. x, . ■ ?-f if " : *%'& ' •*"' >> -ST, IPh prep V;1 rff! T> <■■■>■ i-saa HARRIS 9 LTZiSI ARJR BKTTER PRCPARUD THAN EVER TO TAKE CARE OE THE WA.TO OF THEIR CUSTOMERS- A full and complete line of GROCERIES, DRY GOODS and STAPLE ARTICLES. CLOTHING FOR MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN. All kind of Farm Implements, including Middle Busters, Culti- vators, Two-Horse Turning Plows, Plow Stocks and Plow Shapes; in fact, most anything to be used on the farm* A splended line of Wagons and Buggies carried in stock Let us save you some money this year by trading with us. : : : : : 1 | 'ilJ t U Mt Vernon Language and Commercial Institute I 4; ;t<! V ?ii 1 i L O. WELCOME, Jr. 3Priri. Resident and Correspondence Courses Mt. Vernon, - Texas. ell, i . - t - ^ rl<, ril 'J J.i 1 -j- ,A1...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 22 April 1913

T ; K '"I®* , WScMu PF&r- sSfeet** 7b: ■ ■ \ ^ v.; • ■ V r 4/t':'.vj •■ y- . i'fj I ' Waasgg t^rx ' , } ' :*i LC' -j . i ICRft'IV Publitbrrif.} _A_ r*ajjer Devoted to the best Interests of the People. ^ *iu I mri pt «iu, 810© Per 4imn;^ vol. 38. IlilHi HH ■■■ flfelK LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, APRIL 22, 1913. NO. 16. Farmers' Every Interest Hinges On Good Roads. V. The Nation ami the individual states are inaugurating a cam- paign for better roads that will certainly be piodnctive of good results. Road iinprovementcoin- missions, county and district highway leagues are springing up in every section of Texas and the building of good roads is at last impressing tne farmers aw a profitable business proposition. The inaugurat ion of the parcels post has increased the interest of the ruralist in the condition of his highway and the rural mail delivery has perhaps done more to accelerate the good roads movement than any other one influence. The farmer is beginning to rea- lize that good r...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 22 April 1913

I^lfB ' wm .?■' >3 > SJ0.V |K| •') "• I ,t P NEW TIFF BILL Congressman Underwood Ex- plains What It Means to the Country. REDUCE REVENUE $80,000,000 ,PI«ce Raw Wool on th« Free Llet, and Heavily Redueea the Sugar Duty—Raises Ratea on Sev- eral Itema. • Washington, D. C.—Removal of all tariff from many artlcleB of food and clothing, broad reductions In the rate® of duty on all necessaries of life, an increase of tariff on many luxuries, and a new Income tax that would touch the pocket of every American citizen whose net Income exceeds $4,000 are the striking features of the new Dem- ocratic tariff revision bill. Sugar would be free of duty In 1916, the bill proposing an Immediate-25 per cent, reduction and the removal of the remaining duty In 1916. Raw wool would be made free at once, with a corresponding heavy re- duction In the tariff on all woolen goods. Placed on the Free List. Other articles are put on the free list iui follows: Meats, flour, bread, boots and shoea, lumber...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 22 April 1913

\ 1SE if P., '5|l ''■■■C -. r;'i. ','tf:'. ^ •1 ES [«•. Jen. h P l>- MS at®, . Ott low, \h\f Tex. ad id kR D up. mj>a i iCflS. uth. Y rxia hea two iruf- n*nr <#ulf both. UU« I K, ci , f«r r nn4 rice*, *«T«s IP rful 1 it t ii lute xloi ess :ul. ROLLED STEAK GOOD With browned potatoes it is fit for epicures. V. Dainty Dressing That 8hould Go With the Meat—8plced Beef Relish— Creamed and Baked Hash Both Fins. Rolled Steak, Browned Potatoes.— Have the bone removed from two pounds o? round steak. Make a dress- ing of two cups of bread crumbs—dry quarter of a pound of salt pork, chopped very fine; a dash of pepper, and a little sago, or parsley and onion juice, spread this over the steak, roll tip carefully and tie In at least three places to keep the roll in shape. Put Into the roasting pan with a cup of hot water and a tablespoonful of lard or bacon fat. Hake In moderately hot oven; basting often; and put the po- tatoes Into the pan with the roll to brown, turning them when bro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 22 April 1913

I ' " - - % *M ►•wiV .«; ■:'S ;-V':' WXi'v- IP v A *• 7? r i **. • • .■^ysBMF,, MfflWiK™* -n-n." '.'r^ri.v -l^wwiWNMrr^rv.'- . ' > •* . ' to'. " OASS COUNTY SUN J. K. A. BAN'OKH W. L. KRWIN If®' BANGER & ERWIN, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. =4?= THE OASS tJOUNTY SUN pttttiikixl every Tneaiiny, i entcTotl t the biuiteu jioulolUoo * Secomt;cin a matter. tt.vrns 01' subscription: Single copy per year ' $1.00 " six months 1 50 cents No papers sent out without the cash lu advance; paper stopped when time is •nit, or we lose it. ... i. i ,r"'"" ■" —- Ohituary notices and cards of thanks will i)e insetted at two-and-a-half cents 1*> line Incorporation Election Ordered, As per announcement last week, a number of our citizens met at the court house Thursday night to discuss the proposition of incorporating Linden. 3. It. Vance was elected chairman of the meeting and G. T. Bartlett secretary. After some discussion the chairman called on those favoring incorporation to rise to their feet ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 22 April 1913

\ L W: reen n Hurdwuru - ,_: * /' r — - '—- - / ' £££ mWU <Vftt«9 at L f «KtofcfcfrflTM Pomona < t ■ -■- - ♦ • ~s- (let your fiahing tackle at ttje Itleal Tradiug Co. Miu Lizzie Brabham, of Douglfte- Velie, was visiting hero Saturday. Buy your coffins, caskets aud burial suits from John S. Mor- "ris. keep the bowels regular by using *fEKBINE. It is a fine cleansing and invigorating infdiciue. Price 00c. Sold by Cabin D ug Store. Little Cora Marett is reported l ight sick this week. ? Go to Sum Fant for all kiud of staple and fancy Groceries. Born to Mi', and Mrs.' I kittle, of Groguns Mill, a boy on the 19th. Call at K. Wy tin's for lino apples. A complete line of Satin ! Hibons just in wt. Powell Bros. Born to Mr. und Mrs. Chas. Washington a fine 15 pound boy on the 20th. If yon cat something wllich disagrees with you, don't let it work ils own Way through. It's a slow process and makes you feel bad. C.et rid of it quickly by taking a dose of HERBINR. It drives bur impurities...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 22 April 1913

31590^1 Ml UNDE IE CASS COUNTY SUN Banger A Erwln, Editor* and Prop*. it!'- "v'':.W:m 111 " ' —— . ^ ■ . V '■ I .. -r • - [£"$& h m - J ■ m ) SbfeSBH '.>■*.. .*>51 W \ " m \ € / IN. TEXJM / / : J I. r c CANAL TOLL QUESTION END IS THOUGHT NEAR WILSON REPORTED AS FAVOR. ABLE TO GREAT BRITAIN'S < SIDE OF CASE. I IS DELAYED ACCOUNT TARIFF President Urged by Friends to Avoid Formal Expression Until After I Slate Is Cleared. || | London.—The report sent by JameR Bryce, the British Ambassador to the Ignited States, on the results of a re- cent conversation with President "Wilson foreshadows, It Is understood, ia favorable termination of the contro versy between the two countries over the question of the Panama canal tolls. The Manchester guardian under- stands that President Wilson will ehortly make an important statement on the question. Position of Wilson. Washington.—While President Wil- ton has never expressed himself pub- licly on the question of the Paname canal toll, he...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 22 April 1913

- ff I 1 h f d •• A ■ •.•:■ ' SYNOPSIS. At (he beginning of Br race the mechanician of automoblla Mercury, of great — jin ol Stanton's machine, drops deail. Strange youth, Jesse Floyd, volunteers, and Is ac- cepted. In the rest during the twenty-, [our hour race Stanton meets a stranger/ Miss Carlisle, who introduces herself. Thv Mercury wins race. Stanton receives flowers from Mlsa Carlisle, which he Ig- nores. f CHAPTER III. The Finish, and After. ' Morning arched its golden hours Across the still speeding cars, and melted slowly into noon. The weary ■drivers had settled to steady endur- ance gaits, saving their energy and their machines for the more spectac- ular work of afternoon and evening. At rfilne o'clock that night the race woind' end. The Mercury car had registered 1 •ninety miles more than the Duplex, both of them being many tens of miles In advance of the other competitors. At six in the morning Stanton had «one in for a br'ef rest. At eight he was back, and kept the wh...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 22 April 1913

pv. IliP 1 , • HMh —.-■■ " |,,f |'W , 'W&f ■ - i El® i r, v ■\ • \ I « ■'' ■ trait --<K"?i ' S3f^irfM k<Vj DIRECTO RY TOULIji'-J JHEhl" ARK BETTER PREPARED THAW EVER TO TAKE CARE OF THE , WANTS OF THEIR CUSTOMERS. V A full and complete line of GROCERIES* DRY GOODS and STAPLE ARTICLES. CLOTHING FOR MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN. All kind of Farm Implements, including Middle Busters, Culti- vators, Two-Horse Turning Plows, Plow Stocks and Plow Shapes; in fact, most anything to be used on the farm. A splended line of Wagons and Buggies carried in stock .^Utlri'hci Let us save you some money this year by trading with us. : : : : : \vi Yl '9 m j <& Mt. Vernon Language and Commercial Institute L O. WELCOME, Jr L'rin — r . r k ' - U .,-IV 4 1 I Resident and Correspondence Courses Mt. Yemen, - Texas. 4 1 7B "S (iV I I -rr • -V -■ 'TZ -" ■ -w- /T— r y -■j- V \ L. C. WEAVER, president C. E. DAVIS, Istv-l'REs. S. E. GEORGE, treasurer WESI.EY MOUSE, 2nd v-frus The Caddo Co-Operative ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 6 May 1913

'* - " m BtNGER & ERW IV Publishers A. Paper Devoted to the best Interests of the People {Nubxrri|>lion, $1.0O Per Anniu^ LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, MAY 0. 1913 NO. 18. 1 I'' liar J I The Allison Liquor Bill. The Allison act (House bill 163) has been familiarly referred to a law "prohibiting nhiprhent of liquor into local option terri- tory," and making violations punishable by confinement in the penitentiary. That discrip- tion is inaccurate. The act pro- hibits the shipment, transpo. a- tation, carriage or delivery of intoxicating liquors within the state generally, and is applica- ble to both wet and dry territo- ry, with certain exceptions which are as follows: Any person licensed to sell li- quor may ship, carry and deliver it to any point within the coun- ty or subdivision thereof in which he is licensed or authoriz- ed to pursue such business. Any person may personally curry, far the use of himself or the meirtbers of his family resid- ing with him, intoxicating liqu- ors...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 6 May 1913

r Wmm "' '■ *v~ ' ■'* ' ' ' /, • ' . - • /MBS WOMAN SUFFERED TEH TEA8S From Nervousness Caused by Female Ills—Restored to Health by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta- ble Compound. Auburn, N. Y. — "I suffered from nervousness for ten years, and bad such organic pains that sometimes I would lie in bed four days at a time, could not eat or sleep and did not want anyone to talk to me or bother me at all. Some- times I would suffer for seven hours at a time. Different doc- tors' did the best they could for me juntil four months ago I began giving ; Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- pound a trial and now I am In good health." — Mrs. William H. Gill, 15 Pleasant Street, Auburn, New York. •* Doctor's Daughter Took It." St Cloud, Minn.—"I was so run down by overwork and worry that I could not stand it to have my children talk aloud or walk heavy on the floor. One of my friends said, 'Try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, for I know a doc- tor's daughter here in town who takes ft and she would ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 6 May 1913

. \ . ' < • . MADE WITH RHUBARB •UQGE8TI0N THAT WILL IM- PROVE PIE8 AND TART8. I". f •• No Water In the Preparation of the Plant—Cobbler a Special Lunch- eon Dieh That Haa Few 8u perl ore. Rhubarb la one of the spring's bleat- ing!. Its Hat of health-giving possibil- ities la almost endless, and lta advo- cates aa the giver of beauty are num- bered by scores. Plea and tarts of rhubarb are old fa- vorites. There la a good deal of diffi- culty experienced In making them be- cause of the fact that rhubarb 1b gen- erally L-3 Juicy that It soaks the under •crust To lessen the amount of juice do not use any water In the prepara- tion of the rhubarb. Cut the stalks, lafter they are washed, dried and skin- ned, In half-Inch lengths, cover them with sugar and put them In the crust. !There can be two crusts, or the top of the pie can be barred with pastry. When making rhubarb tarts prepare !the rhubarb with the crusts separate- ly. Bake crisp crusts In muffin rings. 'Wash, dry and skin rhu...

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