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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 16 October 1903

■ ■ kfMwWn'tiW'' ir, i 5— iift*l^i' ibw'•'$<'>''j^0fpW}i " '[M" "'"" ""i ORANGE, TEX., FRIDAY. OCTpBER 16.1903. NUMBER 21 DIRECT WATER COMMUNICATION WITH 8ABINE PA8S, the GREAT SOUTHEAST TEXAS DEEP WATER PORT =*: H. J. LÜTCHER, vV , \ PRESIDENT. E. W. BROWN, Vic® President. .hi- & W. H. STARK, Secy.-Treas, MANUFACTURiERS OF THE FAMOUS RSI i Calcasieu Long Leaf Pine \ We Make Everything tn up-to-date Sawmill Can Manufacture WB MANUFACTURE ft ' ... I . 1 If you want anything in our line write ui, wire ui, or phone ui ™ Star and Crescent Saw and Planing Mills ORANGE, TEXAS Our Log are cut as we order, Trammed ' to Tidewater and Always Fresh <( Not always the cheapest hut you get value _ receiycd" v... timbers dressed four sides to 14x32 i RAILROAD MATERIAL A SPECIALTY sg~~ H' arts Mmm OUR HILLS ARE AT ORANGE ■ / ■MIIÉMM** Sewte To™.5 ®rt« ♦ M. T. Jones Lumber Co. HOUSTON, TEXAS. \ Cypress Shingles from Louisiana mm #S85599SHH9S?!!B -rr .''feV iIhÉiiÉiA «i «i ll T^TTtttTTTT...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 16 October 1903

as Weill IfamMa ku tfUnñH ■«! ' liBtJfaUlC Djf AIulHJJf aBU Bladder Trouble. VIVUUvl 11VUWIVI -g ^ 'Kidney trouble prey* upon.the mind, ..iditcouragesandlessunsambition; beauty, vigor and cheerful- ness soon disappear when the kidneys are out of order or dis- eased. Kidney trouble has become so prevalent that it is not uncom- mon for a child to be born afflicted with weak kidneys. If the Child urinates toooften, if the urine scalds the flesh, or if, when the child reaches an age when it should be able to control the passage, it is yet afflicted, with feed-wet- ting, depend upon it, the cause of the diffi- culty is kidney trouble, and the first itep should be towards the treatment of these important organs. This unpleasant trouble is due to a diseased condition of the kidneys and bladder and not 40 a habit as most people suppose. Women as well as men are made miser- able with kidnev and bladder trouble, and both need the same great remedy. The mild and the immediate effect of Swamp-R...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 16 October 1903

.efficient manager of J rice farm near Or- spent Sunday In Rayne (La.) Trib- C, M. Simmons and the cbtld her non, E. C. Slpmons, are Call, visiting the family x>í t. B. Stmmons.: :-!tf ra. W. P. Sagcr. hvr won Will and Jesse McLaln are here in the r from Lake Charlea to spend aev • days among friends. 8am and Louts Sbolars returned night from a combined bust and pleasure visit to Lake H|brl««. 7 ' . Mr. and Mrs. George Delano «pent - enbday In Lake Charlea attending the ¿oh* and Joe Orejean were among the Orangeltes who took to the races at Lake Charlea yesterday. R. M. Williamson, manager of the Lemon Lamber company's mill at Lemoovflle, spent Sunday here with his family. iw ilfilHH ÉülMit SOI Dyson And Thomas, of police force, weve here ▼letting the Carntly off James Dyson. J. P. Tatusa returned Sunday from Liberty, Tuxaa, where he has been apead tag the last three months visit- ing Mi daughter. Mr. Tutu states v, that Land's Lak«, near Liberty, is the & fisherman's paradis...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 16 October 1903

ft "7i iJInV ^£l;: CPrangc Icaber rssa A. L. FORD, Editor. Every Friday Morning In Rein Building, Oorur of Main and Fifth Streets. year (tn advance) fl 50 months (In advanoe) 1 00 Advertising Ratee en Application. I st tks Poatofflo* st Ofsscs ss •; The Orahge county rice crop this year la a hummer. We would gently remind the weather clerk that It's getting mighty dusty. . Later—It has rained. While the money and Industrial cen- ters of the Blast are iiflhe throes of a financial stringency and labor troubles, the South and West go marching proudly on, with Industries flourishing and cribs and granaries overflowing. Tea, verily, U Is good to live in God's chosen country. The water hyacinths have again be- come a menace to navigation in the . Sabine river, and the money already appropriated for the purpose of rid- ding Southern streams of this pest lies Idle in the treasury at Washington. Wonder what became of that Govern- ment steamer thai was going to play havoc with the lilies this...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 16 October 1903

... í..> •• ■ LEADfR. kmm é ; <• • -"' mm ES'I v¡ i mi' W''< '? '' +> g}| '^H|||' iiV;4^; ' *■ m 'ff;' ;'i$5 f§P X*j~: Do It Now fit!| • ra$4K ®' gɧ >IÉfc$": JP ^ ■: aí%. .W*i'«^;í A ■•'ía^ÍMÜte: Ef? ü fell ' '">• ,. ,' M ra "V , 3> ■• 'fv , • .'•*. r '• l^jSíf '^^Kli'íV!: «Mi and Sure as Money in the Bank ; * ■. * S AN INVESTMENT IN ORANGE CITY PROPERTY. Over two hundred people have f taken advantage of my monthly payment plan to purchase lots; One hundred and fifty •>'" havepaidup. One hundred have not alone paid up, but have built homes} the other fifty airé paying right along and will soon be in the paid-up class. All these people have something to show for the past few years' work. How about you who didn't buy ? Did you save the money? Have you got it In the bank, or hid away in a stocking ? Take an inventory and you will find that you did not save a cent, and are no better off than you were several years ago. After doing this, come and see me and I wil...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 16 October 1903

•VS\ i¡g i ■ wi1 3 Hi Kíl mm CURES . THE KIDNEYS Kidney dltease U tUe-anemr we b**e molt to fear m a result of the feroiisti baste o( modern civilization. It is a treacherous enemy worklntr on*. Its deadly effect under cover of sucb trifling symptom* as headacIt*, sljjrht but persistent backache, dlssluesa, beart-tbrohblne, wnak dlirestton, constipation, frequent or dlmlulabsA passage of urine, scalding urine, sediment in urine. PRICKLY ASH BITTERS Is a kidney medlaiue of 'he greatest merit., Its action is'heallng and atrengtbeniug, quickly relieves aching or soreness fa,.|hf ^ ~Yback,-checks wasting or decay of the kldney¿}^orrecta tiiet¿. Sow of urine aud through its excellent cleauslng {tud* regulating effect in the stomach, liver aud bowels It speedily restores the strength aud ruddy rtlow oí _r "Vigorous health. SOLD BY DRUGGISTS, PRICE, S 1.00. HOW'S THI8. The Modem Fable .of the Youth Who Dldnt Say Much But There once existed a holder of the Long Oreen, who had received It fr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 16 October 1903

iré BflHR ORANOS LEADER, BS «pp tó* '",- ¿V-ftdf WiflNr, *'4<?4 y M I ?/. ~;,;-u;.: ;, ...i ... CEORGE BARR McCUTCüEON tm mmtm «. M ■ . ' . ■■ * ;J: / ■; ■ .■ A _ ... pirtylhg with tfttV oc mtírtnureu, turn .Ingrate.thl* fool! Hlié allowed ber hand to Hp limply ta CHAPTER XIV. ! wmw or THE TBltOltgXOOtf, |(II8 la the tbroneroom. AHode!** The Princes* Yetiv* pauMd before two massive door* II was' the next afternoon, and already abowti Mm the palace sea, the hovel of a pauper! the afternoon not one word o those which might have between food friends eacaped Up* of «!th*r. If* ww «II .Inter- •be all graciousness. Allode. the guard, twang open the door*, the curtain and atood aalde for to pass. loto tbe quiet ball «he him, a princess in a gown of gray, ««rtter in tweeds, Inside the doors "And I thought you wet* Miss Our ft." be aald. She laughed with glee of a child who baa charmed «ad delighted through surprise. V "Am 1 not a feeble mite to alt on that throne and rule «II that comes ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 16 October 1903

SfKfcii TW, (Continuad from Page On*.) vj the cypress lumber business flourishing and Bays they are sold right up to the saw and purohasers are now taking grew stock which, ordinarily, would be expected to lay In the yards at least six months before being shipped. He also reports a good demand for the better grades of shingles and stocks low at the mills. Mr. Talbot visited Beaumont and Houston from Orange, before returntnj; to his boadquarters at Gibson. D. Q. Petty, of the Petty-Brown Lumber company, of Boleyn, La., was In Orange yesterday, visiting his family and looking after some Important busi- ness matters. P. W. Underwood, traveling auditor for the Klrby Lumber company, was In Orange yesterday for the purpose of checking in Vertís Looney in the local office as auditor's clerk. " " - . Hamp Stone, the bustling Beaumont representative of the Bhnner Oil com- pany, of Houston, spent the day among ¿the Orange mills Tuesday, making con- tracts for the greasy flwid. . . - The Klrby...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 23 October 1903

'■.r A¿f-;'¡ávú&i - m •^.ífcí SPÍ %&■:•':. ,*■:■•'• - A-,. ;:•■• site: '-«i fc— SE «.•■.., A,, iMv B r.r ,,,■•. ■ ORANGE, TEX., FRIDAY# OCTOBER 28.10Ó3. _ Ü NUMBER 29 áHjji WATER COMMUNICATION WITH SABINE PASS, the GREAT S0ÜTHEA8T TEXAS DEEP WATER PORT •' - 'r 'v,s ' i , 'I'' ' "■ "H. J. LÜTCBEÍI, President. E. W. BROWN, ill Vice President. W.H.STARK, Seov.-TBEAS. I I !&>/< ll)f A manufacturers of the famous tea! Pine Star and Crescent Saw and Planing Mills We Make Everything an up-to-date Sawmill Can Manufacture WE MAHUrAOTVRE If you want anything in our line write us, wire ui, or phone ut Our Logs are cut as we order. Trammed to Tidewater and Always Fresh ¿I $ ORANGE, TEXAS ''Not always the cheapest but you get value received" TIMBERS DRESSED FOUR SIDES TO 14X32 RAILROAD MATERIAL A SPECIALTY V; U, ■ mutes mwnwitiii iji '!' Ai muM in OUR fllLLS é Mfó ORANGE Bf $ iHMiiipHMfiiicI 'mí' ®r«i« . Cypress Shingles from Louisiana .•f-. M. T. Jones Lumber Co. • houston, te...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 23 October 1903

3:i,s?£! tí'í mmSBKB niW ; I fSBg lin KidHejr lie aid lew Suspect it Sow ta Fiad Out. a bottle orcomriionglans with your aud let it stund twenty-four hours; a seil i mentor set- tling indicáteaan . unhealthy con- dition of the kid- neys ; if it ata i ua your linen it is evidence of kid- ney trouble; too frequent deaire to puss it or pain in the back is i convincing proof that the kidneys I bladder are out of order. What To Do. . i ; There is comfort in the knowledge so often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy, fulfills everv wish in curing rheumatism, Kin in the back, kidneys,.-liver, bladder ¿very .pari of the urinary passage. J m correct* inability to hold water and Mcnlding pain in passing it, or batÜ • effects following use of liquor, wine or 1 beer, and overcomes that unpleasant ne- Ceasity of being compelled to go often :■ ¡during the day, and to get up many time during the night. The mild and the extraordinary effect of Swamp-Root is soon realise...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 23 October 1903

|fc Max Wilier, the popular «o «nua, attended the theatre at the Kyle Max • >* Saturday evening. Mia. W. H. Mitchell, of Reagan, who hai been Wetting her daughter, Mrs. A. M. H. Stark, has returned home. Stewart MtfFarland 1# upending sev eral weeks at Dallas recuperating. 1. T. Adams and family left Satur day for Jasper Mr. Adams will attend district court while his family ire visiting relatives. Mr*. Tl. L. Robert* has returned from a short visit to her parents, Mi. "and Mrs. Wm. Parry, in Lake Charles. W. A.. PadgettTof Mobile, Ala., l« here this week visiting the family of Mrs. A. J. Guy. Mr. and Mr*. Lee Tarleton, of Lake Charles, spent Sunday in the city vis- iting Mrs, Tarleton'* paréala. Cliff Tucker, one of the Ktrby Lum- ber company'* most efficient foremen, «pent Sunday In Orange with friends. Prank McPhall was over from Beau* moat Sunday on a visit among hi* numerous friends in thls city. Ool av4 Mrs. P. O. Rncker, who have been spending a week la Beau- mont. returned...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 23 October 1903

resolution*). They ap Tatum, John O. Wbrfield a L. Wynn quarantine officers, to be under the orders of the county health officer. ©range Teafcer A. L. FORD, Editor. JBvery Friday Mo Rein Building. Comer of Fifth Streets. yoar (In advance).. |1 BO months (.In advance) 1 00 Advertising Ratee •« Application. II.I.IM 1 gstersd at ttw Postofltos at O run* mi fl oo«rt CUm Matter. ^s== THE YELLOW SCOURGE. Antonio Is 8hut Off From the World. San Antonio, Texas, Oct. 22.—Aur ipsles were held on three bodies yes- day by State Health Officer Geo. Tabor, Dr. Murry of the United „ States marine hospital service, Coun- ty Physician Bbirty, City Health Of- ficer Burg and other physicians. Two of these died Tuesday and one Thursday afternoon. In the stom- achs of two black vomit waB found biit in the third formaldehyde had been Injected and evidence of black vomit was wanting, but it is conceded that the case was yellow fever. The dead are: Jose Gonzales, Miss Clara RoberBon and "William Smith. The...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 23 October 1903

MfJHB ' ill 4> mm ¡ser iír¿s* • •(thaw ME iWhMMjn VlrtinU, Kentoekr tad in Whiaher trpreaenw the combined -lonaotfexpert dlatUlera. It keep* i the world tot all purposes. IBS WÜOM AM nu. or TREN ftfflitaii with eaeb order a whiskey f taw*, oork- • two Ham- fo Ram- ■ foMu Rre alao elegant An Calen- „ withart atorwiaakjl. i*s8asjrax^^cr^«s,wi«íí: im HIWM IHTILLEHY C0HP1HY, U D'S FAI Shaw han W as twntf Itítt! ^P DwTOi®mH WJffzS fm^SkSSm ll partimlareof eontert and statistics r cmtMt for tbrpast ' With shipment or on M torear Hhawhao Whisker wilt be the onlr wble- toy «old In the wonderful German Village «i the World'*r ^rnn^«and ha. b£n distilled In the SLOWEST MAN FOUND. 'T Hearse Didn't Run Over Him—It Wat a Street Car. A man Has beén found at last who is too «low to get out of the "way of our pre-Adamlte street railway sys- tem. A young Italian named Charles Zeb- la was riding on the platform with an- other of his nativity and the two young men recklessly proceeded to step off t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 23 October 1903

It required prolonjrod urging on th« * part of Angulwh to persuade Lorry to accompany bin to tlie castle, but. when once determined to go before the prlh- |j; c«i B with their tale, he was eager, Im- patient, to cross, tliu distance that lay between the hotel and the 'forbidden ground . They walked rauiiJly down Castle avenue and were Boon at the gates. The guard knew them, and they were admitted without a word. A they hurried through the park tlu-y saw many strange men In gray, gaudy uniforms, and It occurred to I>orry that their visit, no matter how great Its importance, was ill timed. Prince Lorenz was holding the center of the stage. Anguish, with his iuaiomary impul- siveness, overruled Lorry's objections, and they proceeded towurd the en- trance. The guards of the princess so- Isted profoundly, while the; minions of Lorenz stared with ill bred wonder apon these two tall men from another world. It could be seen that the custle was astir with excitement, subdued and pregnant ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 23 October 1903

jfPIMjflE 120, tMt, 114, US, Mercer STORE MAIL ORDERS GIVEN PROMPT ATTENTION AUCTION MERCHANDISE. ■ ■' , : W&'íi ni HSINR pMS Bfft-i'uj f fi L f l. mm OIL! WHERE? At the Bargain Store. The dividends from your investments^ with us will compare favorably with those of the Standard Oil Company, not only in the pecu- niary advantage, but the style, fit and durability are in advanced all competition. Money back if goods not as represented. 1L,1, ,'j.r I I',I I.."'., i '""i"'; ,, ' , , ' - ■ '' ■ ■. . ■- ' Ladies' Waists. Good qualitv flannellette, trimmed with two row® of braid oil front; bishop sleeve , solid colors, pink light bine, navy, royal and red, a job; I1.J0 65c. down to . J 7C ; v • Ladks' Coats. Kersey cloth box coat, sélí-stitch<ed straps, stitched velvet in pretty design, late style sleeves, double breasted, velvet collar, satin •4.85, $8.90, f8.20, $2.90, down to.. Men's Overcoats. All-wool black kerseSv. cot full satin yoke, Italian lining; a bar- gain at $15.00; o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 23 October 1903

m • """ (Continued from Paga One.) As « result congress has taken one step along the lines so clearly (defined and It Is to be hoped that its efforts will not fee discontinued until °?i- result which Is So much to be desired by a] who are Interested In the wel- of the commerce of our country In general and of that portion of it in particular shall have been accomplished." A. J. MoCraney, of Almadane, La,, familiarly known to his many friends as ; TChacle Jack" was an Orange visitor this week, hftvlng some business to trans- act with the lumber manufacturers. "Uncle Jack" reports that logging is being engaged in on a more extensive scale than ever In his section this sea- son and that the first rise in the river wll bring down an immense amount of logs for the mills at Orange. Tlmbermen on the Louisiana Bide of the river are delighted with the work being done on the Anacoco, that stréam being, cleared of all obstructions by a crew sent up for that purpose by the Orange Lumbep Company...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 30 October 1903

DIRECT WATER COMMUNICATION WITH SABINE PA8S, the GREAT SOUTHEAST TEXAS DEEP WATER PORT VOLUME 18 ORANGE, TEX., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 80,1903. NUMBER 23 Ü H. J. LUTCHER, President E. W. BROWN, Vice President. W. H. STARK, Secy.-Treas. WITH THE LUMBERMEN ...... f1 The Lumber Repcirter's Peregrinations Over the Sawdust Roads -."rf MANUFACTURERS OF THE FAMOUS Calcasieu Long Leaf Yellow Pine Star and Crescent Wc Make Everything an up-to-date Sawmill Can Manufacture we wanufaoturc If you want anything rJ in our line write ut, wire us, or phone u« timbers pressed four sides to 14x 32 J RAILROAD MATERIAL A SPECIALTY Saw and Planing Mills ORANGE, TEXAS Our Logs are cut as we ordef', Trammed** * to Tidewater and Always Fresh "Not always the cheapest but you get value received" • OUR rtlLLS A RE AT ORANGE SEND ..YOU M. T. Jones Lumber Co. HOUSTON, TEXAS. Cypress Shingles Louisiana . Lumber shipper? have been "up against it" this week in endettvo'fitig to ÁHjííflers promptly because of a lack of cars...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 30 October 1903

— CUBA AT WORLD'S FAIR. and Prospecta of tha Young Republic Will Be Shown. ifs, Oct. 28.-yNew Cuba, the ified Cuba of today, the prqapqct- Cuba of tomorrow, Cuba free and dent, working out her own sal- vation as one of the nations of the this, rather than a hearklng to the old Cubo of: a long-con- ued bondage and bitter travail—will the ruling motif of the Cuban par- on In 'the World's Pair at St Señor Estaban D. Estrada, Cuban Republic's director general, opened offices in the administra- tion building at tfie" Fair grounds and is busily employed In organizing his country's exhibits. • Some nations, being of ancient or!- «in. and possessing. romantic antiq- uities, propose to go back a few hun- dred years for architectural' designs, Ud otherwise will seek to show forth the picturesque phases of the life ot the past.. Not so with Cuba. The little island Republic has her history •a an indeDemlant nation yet to make, her standards to achieve, and sly? In- tends to take advantage of th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 30 October 1903

JÉiH IlfS hronic Chill Cure lütéi Fluid Extract MM| f 1 " vnM PhiM l* a (hh ltn*wts IquM, of a pleasant Mttsr tf**. mdi ot tUVIAN BA&K , fluid Extract POPLAR BARK Finid Extract PRICKLY ASH BARK fluid Extract SARSAPARJLLA LCK ROOT WOOD BARK It Cares the Chills that other Chill Tonics Don't Core. ISfcBttt General Tonic. No Care, Broke the World'* Record. Memphis, Ten n , Oct 24 —Lou Dll- J «J ton, the peerless trotter owned by C. •$" K. O. Billings, of Chicago, and driven '4. by Millard Sanders, this afternoon ¡ 4 A TERRIBLE ACCIDENT. 4. Mrs.-Josephine Klnpfment was 4* proved herself entitled to the proud'-J. fatally"shot Tuesday morning at title of queen of thé turf by trotting 10:30 at her home on Water •{. a mile In the remarkable time of " The daughter of Sidney Dll- km was paced by a runner driven by 8otfti McCoy, and another followed Closely to urge the mare to 9 supreme effort. The track of the Memphis Driving club never showed to better advantage Teams and sprinklers were ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 30 October 1903

fsfWErr/m - " P11p|f' p? k IMlfMSS Do It Now *€ • •' I® \ . -.l, ■ ■ ««Sí 'i, ". ,: ■ '"' ■ I ■' '-;f ' .'• ' ■' 18 I; ffliápiif &9u£l^ mii ®¡$ mm ml 1 av1 ■ ' !i$! • 'V-'v-i'■1 .:;v .V %P«*^^é¡í' '&'J$8&y¡ % f '■ •;. . ■'/■■ I; ■'•V-;k",'';: ."''■ -UN IHP^ ? i r 1 IS • . :Vr^rv Safe a^mSum^^^^MHHBH as Money in the Bank S AN INVESTMENT IN ORANGE OITY PROPERTY. Over two hundred people have f taken advantage of my monthly payment plan to purchase lots. One hundred and fifty h^ve paid up. One hundred have not alone paid up, but have built homes; the other fifty are paying right along and will soon be in the paid-up class. All these people have something to show for the past few years' work. How about you who didn't buy ? Did you save the money ? Have you got it in the bank, or hid away in a stocking? Take an inventory and you will find that you did not save a cent, and are no better off than you were several years ago. After doing this, come and see me and I will explain ho...

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