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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 20 November 1903

yxMsÜAM^íMwMk^,CW:V - > s-W < . «>t ' '• • " //.'^(A, Hpit^ iU ' ^"S y 'ik ; ■" '. "'■Hr'í ; •. I' s ll m _i :. VOLUME IB ORANGE, TEX., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20. 1903. NUMBER H <■ sjft;, DIRECT WATER COMMUNICATION WITH 8ABÍINE PASS/THE GREAT SOUTHEAST TEXAS DEEP WATER PORT H. J. LUTCHER, PREBIDKNT. E. W. BROWN, VlCfi, PRESIDENT. W. H. STARK-, . Secy.-Treas. MWBOgt'C; mSm !?■ S-f •- ■ MANUFACTURERS OF THE FAMOUS . . ',•• * • Calcasieu Long Leaf Yellow Pine es Star and Crescent Saw and Planing Mills \ Wc Make Everything an up-to-date Sawmill Can Manufacture WI MANUFACTURE If you want anything in our line write us, wire us, or phone us Our Logs arc cut as we order, Trammed to Tidewater and Always Fresh ORANGE, TEXAS "Not always the., cheapest v but you get value I ../received".. . timbers dressed four sides to 14x32 RAILROAD MATERIAL A SPECIALTY Q WITH THE LUMBERMEN .& The Lumber Reporter's Peregrinations Over the Sawdust Roads B. T. T. 0. T. G. B. C.-H00-H00. B. P. Williams...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 20 November 1903

♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ++4 t.jh • # • By • GEORGE BAfcR McCUTCHEON Copt/right, 1901, bv Herbert B. Stone . • n . Ff:'. T T party or raving AipmiiMiiins. erdij$0M with anjrér over tin- Blglil of the man whose lift' tlicy had/ thirsted for «o ravenously. Had ho lieeu unprotected' Ar.^ulsh would hit ve fared badly nt OHAPTEU XK . TIIE APPROACHING OHDKAL. lit: American tins escaped'" wn* the cry that spread tbrohtfh ' Bde¿'Wi>ISA tht'. next their hands, for they were outspoken In their assertlonw that he had aided Lorry In the escupe. One llery little fellow east a filoVe In the American's face and. expected a challenge. ¿ Ao- mornln« • " It brought inidlsgulSfHl relief to the fives of thousands There was not one who upbraided Baron Da nylons fin Ins '¿stoundlnp negllncnee Never before toad n crimina) escaped from the tow or The only excuse uttered In woe begone tone, wmk that 11ij■ prison had Vtwtf been constructed or ninhneil f«>> huí li clever scoundrels as VanUees good name for audacity,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 20 November 1903

'A i • Hi PROPHECY BEING FULFILLED j A*' My more having would be a source To make me hunger more. —Shakeapere, Macbeth, /V. 3. MB The more Uneeda Biscuityou eat the more you want. - . V? r" «■ . The more people eat them the more people want them. The more people want them the more we want to make better and better. It's just a case of more and more. The - Crackle You Hear Is the Si&n íhey are fresh National iiscuit company them That prophet in London who, ten years ágo, predicted that in the first decade of the twentieth century the- map of the world would undergo more} political changes than lit the whole of the nineteenth century, can noon come V After est|ng, persons of a bilious i _ will derive mat benefit by taking < out of his obscurity and take his place Wyou have been at the head of the "I told you so" class. Right now we are in a fair way down at the isthmus to finally' hoist the American flag on the neck of land and claim it for our own, and that will mean a graduál...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 20 November 1903

•*lto;*V ^;n.^^mlSi i £ :: i Jack Front has come, the quaran- tine ha been raised anil San Antonio is happy. The people of that city celebrated the raining of "the Quar- antine by the ringing of une wutch divides girlhood from woman- lng of whistles and othor noiay demon- hood. Itrnurnucc and neglect at this crit- st.rations. leal period «re largely responsible tor to « yonnsr flri** Nature lean her uncertain «ten line which divides girlhood froi _ I Uplift Is readied v_Tr_ her uncertain ttem pffosfc the Orange, first, last and all the time, should be the motto of every man who wants to see the city grow and prosp- er. If you feel that you, can't say a good word for the town, say nothing and saw\wood. A Historical Picture. Dallas. Tex.. Nov. 19.—The Texas World's Pair .Ctynmjssion is preparing -all half tone etchings of. Vomer White's ce!ebrated painting of the old Alamo at San Antonio. This painting is con- ceded to be the best of the historic old structure that was ever made. Art ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 20 November 1903

IS STILL IN FULL BLAST—ONL Y A TEW LINES BROKEN 'Hi l t I HE ENORMOUS SALtS OE THE PAST TWO WEEKS Wmmmm have been made In all lines which were not right up to the mark, and nowhere else In Grange can you get "your full money's worth" as at this Big Sate. WE HAVE NO COMPETITION No other house can meet our prices and live. cost the goods. stock must be sold, E. S. HARRIS, Manager. ifg Local and Personal. hevjr. formerly of Orange. p«ai Sudíí*) ton front LaM Ckarle tiattihx relatives De Obornf Dunn, a prominent Ven- tan reaJ« -st*te man cprat Saturday ffl -in Dr W D. Lynd, of Beaumont earn* over Honda? to vMx bit slater, Mlaa Tfeerott I«ynd. ; part into t U«t week. Cnptaln Thorn**. of the Salvation Army, returned Mondar morning from Dallas, *h«*ri> she ha* been airline In the Wrk Of the Red Crusade. Capt. Tb'.inan will resume work here. R. It Smith, who recently accepted a position traveling tor a jewelry firm, «pent gunday here from La.ke Chmrle , viol ting friend*, and returned hu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 20 November 1903

* '. 1 > átíííffiáffiH wwtu Bladder Míe. ey trouble prey# upon the mind, i bit ion; beauty, esandlenseimam! ..-p-. «_ 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 borh afflicted with weak kidney sr. If the lid urinates too often, if he urine scalds 9esh,or if, when the child reaches an vhen it should be able to coutrol the it is yet afflicted with hed-wet- ie cause of the diffi- by trouble, and the first" 'Hep should,* towards .the treatment of these important organs. This unp tidii This unpleasant- . trouble istlue to a diseased condition of ' the kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as most people suppose. Wbmen as well as men are made miser- able with kidney and bladder trouble, and both need. the same great remedy. The mild and the immediate effect of Swamp-Root is soon realized. It is sold by druggists, in fifty- cent and one-dollar H si«> bottl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 20 November 1903

NEW YORK HEADQUARTERS: in. Ml, 653, $58, Bróétlway. IH, 1Í2, 124, 126, Mercer St. ROUSS RACKET STORE MAIL ORDERS GIVEN PROMPT ATTENTION 4 AUCTION MERCHANDISE. mm «- AN ENDLESS CHAIN OF /{GAINS Is What You See Here at All Times 7 1 ; ■nr This Is an Ideal store to trade In. You never get the flotsam and Jetsam of the market as you will elsewhere. Everything fresh, bright and crisp as a new dollar. Come and see tlrls showing of ours Men's Flannel Shirts Single Breasted Genuine California Blue Flannel, extension neck band, double stitched and tilled seams, rcgu- qa lar $2.50, «oiriR at . Media Flannel, all latest improvements, stitched with variegated thread,fancy colors, worth twice the amount we ask, QC-* $1.82, $1.20, down to We have a large collection of samples in collar band, work and flannel shirts, assort- ed style and sixes, the biggest bargain that has ever been put on the market ¿Qf, in Orange. 65c, 50c, down to — IOC Men's Natural Wool Undershirts and Drawers, heavy weight a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 20 November 1903

With the Lumbermen* ¿ (Continued from Pafle Ons.) i.m+ i . ' ' . ■' §k company's plant I running iboth day and night. Theré have bee no arrivalis oí timber from up-river camps, but the' Orithge &• Northwestern railroad has dumped a large number of logs Into the river here, for the Lutcher & Moore Lumber company and the Klrby Lumber company. The,Sabine Tram company has purchase^from Capt. T. J. Davis the steamer Dura and will use her as a tow boat to low Jogs to their mill at Deweyvllle. Capt. Davis took the Dura, up. to Dew.tíyvlJl« the first of this week and will run her for the company for a short time. Advices from New York state that Hon. John H. Klrby, president of the Klrby'Lumber company, has been detained by Importan business in the east, "but that he Will, return home next week. As the executive head of the Immense Interests owned and controlled by the Klrby Lumber company, much of his time Is necessarily spent In the east, his able lieutenant. B. F. IBonner, assist...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 27 November 1903

! ?**■ "r Pt9flBH8F li'Wi1 Wf AWW^'l' mwF- - ¿ ; . , ,'' ''(Mm m "Mm IE 1ft ORANGE, TEX., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27,1903. NUMBER DIRECT WATER COMMUNICATION WITH SABINE PA83, THE GREAT SOUTHEAST TEXAS DEEP WATER PORT H.,J. LUTCHER,v' President. E. W. BROWN, Vice President. W.H.STARK, Secy.-Treas. MANUFACTURERS OF THE FAMOUS KviiiflHIi Long Leaf Yellow Pine We Make Everything an up-to-date Sawmill Can Manufacture W« MAMUFAOTURC Star and . Saw and Planing Mills Our Logs are cut as we order T rartimed to Tidewater and Always Fresh- II you want anything in our line write us, wire ui, of phone us ORANGE, TEXAS m "Not always the cheapest but you gef value received" ' timbees dressed four sides to 14x32 RAILROAD MATERIAL A SPECIALTY « • . i\.2A OUR HILLS ARE AT ORANGE M. T. Jones Lumber Co.- ' --T , HOUSTON. TEXAS. i Cypress Shingles from Louisiana J. C-MAMS- J, S. BONNER. B.W.WIBt, J. F. HELM*. * ' fKMtiMt. VlM-ffimm. $tfr ui Tr M. Aalltér. ij 0. SBOBLL MOORE, \ PRKSIDtNT AN* TNCMURCfl. i. B. OR...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 27 November 1903

¡I.IIÉÍXÍL^ i^«>"l * MJ ...> a*--r, sxL.it.j ffrihj* Ha.Jjk.Jt- itdW- ■Hfcrfffiif" tftrifflrrtt' IfrriW flTr^fc"' T^f-1 ¿*npr JttPv1 n^pi^ ^T^t1 'nH ^ "«a "* ^ r utfu- JL U¿ÉL •>¿U< *J¡Aa,- ijj]S¿ •■v¿iái N*ÉML JLl 'Jriftrfi' wL )¿w+ ¿-HÍ4 tttMí GRAUSTARK .., ... • % ' GEORGE BARR McCUTCHEON Ootmrtoht, not. by Herbrt S. Stmt CHAPTBR XXI. THOH ¡\ WINOOW ABOVK- [HE longest inoptli In Lorry\ lift' was that which followed hln romantic jitltfht from the tower. To hls.imputieut mind the days were irksome weeks. The cult! monastery was . worse than a prison? He looked, from its windows as n con vict looks til rough his Barí . uUvnys hoping, always disappointed. With each of the Infrequent %lsltw of Cap- Pi taip Quinn prospect of Qulnuox his heart leaped at *the liberty, only to sink deeper In despair upon/the receipt of omphalic though kindly nssiírámi's that -the time had not- yet come for him to leave tlfe" haven of siiíety intowjiicJiJie hail been' thrust by lovinti bands. T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 27 November 1903

iü : , n.n' ¡ || I1..—- ...... ■I' THE ORANGE LEADER. M ■ ftftcferWM orTrade Mark-; THE JOKER'S COLUMN A FEW FLEETING MOMENTS MERRIMENT. OF So Tired f IN Vs 1 A Little-Tommy's Preliminary Football Training—Difference the Mustache Made-i-Newspaper That Was Filling a Long Felt Want. A Freak. "Avaunt and quit me sipht!" Bays our horrtine" "I point the flnjicr of fate at you!" Our Hero,. Patrick O'Tunder—for i.t is Indeed that, worthy man—hitiIIph hlaj beat smile and replies witji much anl-1 matlon: "The finger av fate? __ Shu re. if yuré fate has fingers yo&qtight to draw enough wa-agos in '^dime-muse um to s'pport the unfarch'nit man thot gits ye fér a husband." And..having thus retorted, he Speed- ily '"a vaunts,"—Judge, It may be from overworlc, Nrt the chance* are Its from an la* ■««Ve LIVBR. With a well conducted LIVER one can do mountains of labor without fatigue. It adds a hundred per cent tn ónes earning capacity. It can be kept In healthful i by. and only by . ; V ' ; ' j....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 27 November 1903

Abaol utetylHire Zhe Orange Xeat>er A. L. FORD, Cdltor. Published Every Friday Morning in the Rein Building, Corner of Main and Fifth 8treets. _j_ One ynar (In advance)... fl W "^Slx months (in advjuioe)....... 1 90 Advertising Rates en Application. fjicared at U* PqatoBoe it Orsaa* u B*o*ad Claa* Matter. KING OF^THE CARNIVAL. The mystery Hurroundlng the ident- ity of KingNottoc y, King of the No- Tsu-Oh Carnival at Houston, was un- veiled on Thursday night at the- grand ball, which is said to have been the most splendid pageant ever presented in a Southern city. The King proved to be Mr. B. F. Bonner, one of the beat known and best beloved men, in East Texas, and on whose shoulders the mantle of the reigning King of the Carnival-rested with, moat tffirnm- ing dignity. If the Carnival during the five years of its existence as an organization, has ever had a real King It was this year, for Mr, Bonner, •was not only king of the carnival, but is a king three hundred and sixty-five d...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 27 November 1903

■¿¿sms. MHHSwli'fw - - ■ 1.a: . ' '/rK?'';-v/fí* .!/"',V'.> X''::';*y ' '* */■•' . ' THE ORANGE LEADER. <E& éapéasb Local and Personal. 4:m R. Thomas, oí Lake ClWrte , was here Sunday on1 business. i' •, ^ • H. M. W&tBon left this morning for Austin on a business trip. nn fe; J. A. Paulhamus, of Beaumont, was in Orange Tuesday on business. * B. C. Hall and family are In Houston attending the- No-Tsu-Oh. Carnival. - M- G. Da vies spent Sunday at Welsh, La., on business, returning sama night. Mis« Maud Renfro left for Houston Monday morning for a week's visit -to relatives.' George Woods anil family were among those^who went, to the Carnival Monday. 3. H. Peveto was among those who toolr advantage of the low rate to Houston Monday. R. 8. Plummer is spending the week In Austin on business for the Rqulta- We Assurance Society. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Nemlta and Mrs. J. J. Jordon returned Tuesday from the Carnival a(. Houston. ' 'J Misses Lena Stewart and Theron Lynd left Monday...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 27 November 1903

Hive Kidney lile and Never Sispect it How To Find Out. i bottle or common glass with your • and let it stand twenty-four hours a sedimentorset- tliugiiulicatesan unhealthy con- dition of the kid- neys ; if it stains your linen it is evidence of kid- ney trouble; too frequent desire •to pass it or pain in the back is convincing proof" that the kidneys bladder are out of oriler. What To Do. J®here.iscüiuítir,L.ia..tbii-.ki)U.wkillíí_8U- fftjÉten' expressed,- ttyat Iir. Kilmer's amp-Root, the jfignt kidney remedy, „ills every wish in curing rheumatism, «inin the back,'kidneys, liver, bladder and everv part of the 'urinarv passage, M corrects inability to hókí water and scalding j in it&passing it, or bad "effects following'Mse of liquor, wine or ' ; • beer, and overcomes that unpleasant ne- cessity of being, compelled to go often during the day, itud to get up many • tim<:3 during the night. The mild and í "the eactraordinary effect of Swamp-Root 'V is soon realized. It stands t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 27 November 1903

gi: m «*. .Hrnri mrm, i%> liijiirtiiiiiiiii nbVii .«.> HEADQUARTERS1 84 , 881, 883, 888, Broadway J 120, 122, 124, 128, Mercar St. D AriTl?T CTAD1T KAviiL 1 ul uKL AUCTION MERCHANDISE. T ENDLESS CHAIN OF BARGAINS Is What You See Here at All Times This Is an Jetsam of the mar, # SS ¿ to trade In. You never get the flotsam and as you will elsewhere. Everything fresh, "new dollar. Come and see this showing of ours 95c Men's Flannel Shirts Sinst* Breasted Genuine California Blue Flannel, < xtenfrión neck band, double stitched and tilled seams, r<?f;u-~^| lar $2.50, goinjr at . ■••••; f"'® Media Flautiel. all latest improvements, stitched with variegated thread.fancy colors, worth twice the amount we ¡arsk, $1.82, $1.20, down to., .... We have a large collection of samples in collar band, work and flannel shirts, assort- ed style and sizes, the biggest bargain that has ever been'put on the market In Orange. 65c, 50c, down to.. .. IOC Men's Natural Wool Undershirts and Drawers...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 27 November 1903

Wmm (Continuad from Page Ona.) The big barge Eugenia was partly loaded at the Klrby Lumber com- pany's mill art Orange this week with ties and was sent down to Port Authur to receive. her finishing load before departing for Corpus Chrietl. The Eu- genia was formerly a Unled States revenue cutter and was bought last year by the Higglns Oil company to be used in the oil carrying trade between Bafeine Pass and New Orleans, It was found;-though, that she was entirely unfitted ¿ir that service, so she was dismantled and transformed into a model barge and has been chartered by the Klrby Lumber company to carry ties to Corpus Christ!. An order has been filed Wtlth the local mill of the "Klrby Lumber com- pany for 1,000;000 feet of sawn "timber, 35 and 40 cubic feet average. This company is peculiarly well fitted for supplying timber of this kind now, for their booms at Orange are'fitted with some of the finest long leaf yellow- pine logs ever run through a Suthern saw mill. These logs are ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 4 December 1903

VOLUME IB -4- ORANGE, TEX., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4, I9p3. NliMRER 28 DIRECT WATER COMMUNICATION WITH SABINE PA83, THE GREAT SOUTHEAST TEXAS DEEP WATER PORT ■ • - . ■ . . • • • ¡i H H. J. LUTCHER, PRESIDENT. r> E. W. BROWN, VICE PRESIDENT. W. H. STARK, Seoy-Treas. MANUFACTURERS OF THE FAMOUS Calcasieu Long Leaf Yellow Vn, We Make Everything an up-to-date Sawmill Can Manufacture W MANUFACTURE ''"ÍÍ . üki> • Ly If you want anything in our line write us, wire ut, or phone ut Star and Crescent Saw and Planing Mills H "'J.U—i—■ ¡Hi ' , t' "i> ORANGE, Our Logs arc cut as we order, Trammed ■ " . ' ') • V to Tidewater and Always Fresh <U- s 1 { No.t,,always the! ,, cheapest ' but you get value received" timbers dressed four sides to 14x32 RAILROAD MATERIAL A SPECIALTY WITH THE LUMBERMEN B The Lumber Reporter's P«> egrinations Over tHe sawdust Roads SHIPMENTS FOR^NOVEMBEfl. LUTCHER A MOORE"LUMBER CO. Rail shipments, róugh Rail shipments, dressed . «35,496 .3.171,720 I 3,807,216 O R...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 4 December 1903

L-Jggg MMOS+S GEORGE BARR McCUTCHEON OopvrtahU 1901, Í>1/ Herbert 8. Stone «wwfcjc ' vrnwAWi^wv.-iawiw; -«a ' — : — ; w—F; ■:—; k—< < r—— «II Vt'ifou \XU. 4 ^LnrJuiW was tiixed to the point where T OKKNKA.l l l.OHKY b vol IRK Primes Yetlve liad not flinched a liair'x li redil tb froui the resolution formed oil that ajoruiy iilwlit wh¿ti idle sucrl- Heed pride mid duty on titr* ultur of lóvc.uiid juHtirfv 1'rlnoe Boliiroz'K ulti- matum overwhelmed tier, but she arose from the wreckage that was strewn about her conscience and remained loyal, ateadfast and true to the man in the monastery. To save his life was all she could hope to accomplish, and this she was bound to do at any eust. ' felwf .could lie nothing to him, mil even friend. Ru'^ong ax he\|ved lit> would prjiii/ess was taxed to the point the tnnwk of courage was so frail that aho <-<iuld scarce hide her bleeding soul behind It, - „,J* Holaroz. of Avphalu. to- quote from the news dlapatch, was in Edelweiss, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 4 December 1903

, I Jlsííája^ MM——— = The Appetite of Humdoi Nature RED CRUSADE ENDE. /|«*ICe tO ti A Age Mines Infirmities, iwfi aS jtab ^oweli,_wtiü¡:Jddnc,s tend ; ■andTORPID LIVER, 9 v? When Uneeda Biscuit were lint introduced, a conservative, said: 'They are all right as far as they go, but they won't jatisiy the worker. The worker, you see, wants something solid, and substantial, and plain—like potatoes, cabbage, or bee!. These delicate and crisp biscuit packed so daintily, in that In-er-seal Package, will not appeal to liim any more than winter strawberries." That sounded like good reasoning. But fact upsets theory. Workers everywhere have been great consumers oí Uneeda Biscuit The outdoor worker, seated at noon upon the sidewalk, a house wall'for his back vest; mill hands in the mill yard, seated on comfortable bales; teamster and draymen, on their high box seats—all have eaten Uneeda Biscuit, and their Wives have eaten them, and their children have eaten them. Another conserva ti ve took a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 4 December 1903

should be carefully considered by every voter In the county. Everyone should consider the matter from the broad standpoint of mutual benefit, for In Casting 'his vote In favor of the bond Issue, he Is but benefiting him seir Individually and the public gen erally. 7NEKE/SND SUBSTITUTE Cbe ®ranae Xcat>er A. L. FORD, Editor. Published Every Friday Morning to the Rein Building, Corner of Main and Fifth Streets. One yoar (In advance) 111? Six month)} (in advance).. s..... 1 $0 Advertising Rates on Application. Cmered at tbe PoatoMoe at Orange aa Beoond Claaa Matter. vjs." THE PROPOSED BOND ISSUE. There Is to be held In this county on the 1 nth ihHtarit. an election' to decide upon the issue of bonds to the amount of $25,000 for the bet- terment and maintenance of public highways? and bridges. This la a matter •which should appeal strongly to every voter In Orange county, and It is to be hoped that a full poll of the voting classes will be made upon this very important issue. There ca...

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