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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 4 December 1903

1 MR petition In In- bankruptcy was filed against Penman Steel and Iron work* by Orleans and Beaumont concern alleging Indebted* aggregat- three thousand dollar* add that company had committed the act of cy by mlllng Its property to Ryeraon ft Son, Chicago. The concern moved here during oil boom and tu capitalised at a sdred thousand dolían and has •many oil tanks throughput the The StateHQood Roads convention here tomorrow. smmmw. herein Troops Returo*d_ to Lexington. Lexington, Ky.. Dec. Í—Troops ar- rived here today from Jaokaon, Ky.,1 under orders of withdrawal by Oov. I Beokham after being on duty since laat may. Many sensational charges were made as to the situation in Breathitt county, the most serious be- in that letter purporting to be from Judge Redwtne to Oov. Beckham, ask- ing for th« withdrawal of the soldier* was a forgery *>r the purpose of get ting the troops away in order to start the fend again. Another 1* that an attempt was made on Judge Hargts' life. The sold...

Publication Title: Orange Leader, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 4 December 1903

•AMI« KMiejs In WmM by Oter-Work. Kidneys Make impure Blood, to be considered that only ' and bladder troubles were to be traced to the kidneys, but . now modem I science proves that nearly all diseases, have their beginnin, in the disorder . these most important organs. The kidneys filtef and purify the blood- that is their work, fore, when your kidneys are weak rout of order, y«u can understand how Bkly yohr entire body is affected anil irevery organ seems to fail to do iti 3 ' feel badly," begin reme<ly, Dr. you are sick or jg the great kidney ler's Swamp-Root, because as soon your kidneys are well they will help " the other organs' to health. A trial jf convince anyone. If you are sick you cati make no mis- m teke' by first doctoring your kidneys, mild and the extraordinary eff^t of Br. Kilmer s Swamp-Root, the great Icidney remedy is soon realized. It the highest for its wonderful cures Of the most distressing cases, and is sold on its merits, by all' druggists in fifty-cent...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 4 December 1903

•í,'' * ~ r . t i , ' 1 s"i::;v:.r--.--rr-~^'.- ■ , ■■= THE ORANOS LEADER. NEW YORK HEADQUARTERS: «O, iM#, AM, Ift, Bread way. lié, 122, 124, 121, Mercar St. ROÜSS RACKET STORE AUCTION MERCHANDISE. MAILORDERS GIVEN PROMPT ATTENTIO N King Credit was a famous man, Who ruled this town for years; His motto was get all you can From whoever you can, Whenever a sucker appetirs. King Cash stepped In And spoiled*his game " . x_ By cutting the price Irrtwo, — And he's always going to do the same, And now It's up to you. We continue to send out bun die after bundlef all On ac count of fine values and low prices we continue to give Ladies' Flannel and _ Flannelette Waists A Excellent quality imported flan- nel, front trimmed with metal button , something very swell, jroing at $1.85 down to....$1.10 Heat-y daisy cloth, front trimmed with 12 row* of white « sou tar he braid and gilded but tons, tuli ídtreve , from Mix down to ... 65c . Ladies' Shoes in kid, patent leather tip, flexible soles, Fre...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 4 December 1903

ée'.-HáSSSi wr, -i ■SSB5BSBBS8 xth the Lumbermen. (Continued from P B Ona.) "This Rale is among the three or four largest strlctly land Mies ever made i Southwest Louisiana, the price per acre being twenty-one (121) dollars. , I..H ii '"i ♦*. Messr. A. O. Hermanson and E. F. Thomasea, from Tampico. MexIco, were Jstered at the Holland hotel in Orange .this weeirafod spent a couple of laura here on business with some of the lumber manufacturers. These gentie- nen are engaged In the ship building Industry at Tamplco, their ship yard Jhere being very extensive and the Industry one of the most important in tnat thriving Mexican city. They formerly resided in New Orleans, at which point Ihey learned their trade, and since locating In Mexico halve built up ^business of- large magnitude, Tamplco, with Its present facilities and with the new railroads that are now building being one of the most important seaports on thfi Mexican coast. Messrs. Hemanson and thomasea are pleasant gentlemen, _Ü...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 11 December 1903

. . ": i." 3P1 ||l|Sfiii 1 #• •■ Ppíuífw tw.-j-. ORANGE tEX., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 111, 1903. MMH— *~—■ NUMBER W COMMUNICATION WltH SABINE PASS, THE GREAT 80UTHEA3T TEXAS DEEP WATER PORT E. W. BROWN, • r.'itjMMMftgi ••: "OHi :«■« «««im •: ..-i- ■,. -.pi" T> * . «.r- V Vice President, '2 mk ;*• mm i £• asaaife $¿ m, „ :;:íSÁ feiÉKiií W. H. STARK, Skct.-Treas. uh— _ . 44s / iiK e Mike Everything an up-to-date „ _ Jid'Manufacture í (6W£#Í,T*HÍK\ W ' •■.'.'íáíiiiv <t; 1 ;•> ''k'frv ■..w?"'> ^*-jaaHüaa¡ L. MANUFACTURERS OF THE FAMOUS ;ieu Long Leaf Yellow Pine ill 1 If you want anything in our line write us, wire us, or :;:Jphone ut Saw and Planhig Mills I«i $f§i Our Logs are cut as we order, ...Trammed to Tidewater and j Always Fresh •3 \ VK>(: ."• 'l'. "1 'Not always the cheapest but you get value received" ORANGE, TEXAS --N — DRESSED FOUR SIDES TO 14X32 ":, "it •• ■ vr ' ¿y "■7. ;■ . • ^pp$l" 'v ~^^— OAD MATERIAL A SPECIALTY ill * .'.V : -1 •]':•■■■ <,••v,r ; A -;!.,. OU...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 11 December 1903

GEORGE McCUTCtlEOM Cotnrrtaht, 1*01. by Herbert 8. Stone ..■ < • OIAllEIt *jcn. rt. THE VISITOR AT M1DN1QOT. EliOW the cunt It* and its dls tressed occupants. in a dark. d«u>p little room. Urenfatl I-or- ry lived a. year In « day. On e nlg'Iit of the 18th, or. rather. near break of dawn on the IDtli. Captain lnnox guided blui from the dunger- out Streets of Edelweiss to the secret passage,, and be wan safe for the, time being. The entrance to the passage was through a skillfully hiddeu open In the wait that Inclosed the-park. A j$t0Ué"dOorwuy so cleverly construct §:* In the broad hull, boldly striding to ward the distant stairway; Lorry hail been Instructed to próispéd without <t he least sign of timidity. They passed; several attendants in the hall and'- beard Count Halfont's voice in conver- sation with some one In an sntl As "they neared the broad steps who should come tripping down but Harry Anguish. He saluted Qulnnox and walked rapidly down the corridor, evi dentiy t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 11 December 1903

imwliPff,, K^í'Sk^ií: Wh. HI 8 B M ■m ni ItRfflPfl J WM- 1 "V •« <* W** ■ ■ M ... „ ■ 1 I IP tk i e more you want, inore peoole eat them more people want them. moreipeople want thárti the more we want to make them better andHbetter. ü J3fl? Ém Wffo-- ? ■ • • v- fcf íiéíb '■ ín. It's just a case of more and more^ JJB r?V. . O': .j- Or- k'?® L . Yon Hear Él National biscuit com RANT «~i¡¡ A A .. ymi. Mr. Lenria.haa written i ii vm always re- fa U burn i| a tt Dlatlngulahod Teaan Wll! There Tfito WMk. Remain ^ÉÉ&jJÍ iíjéI ■MM .. fl® PPI THROWS LIGHT ON SABINE LAKE CHANNEL PROJECT. Board of Engineer Mm Mad a Fav oradla Report Reoemmendma a Nino Foot Channel. Beaumont Journal. Hon. B. B. Cooper, represontaUve la from the second Texas día trlct arrived ia Baenmont laat night from Whehlngton oa a *lal^ to hi family and to attend to urgent- tonal Hp waa exported to arrive morning but fallad U> make at New Orleans aad waa delayed. He «pacta to rotéala during this woek aad leave Bat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 11 December 1903

mtM fe ES'# 'Ws* ■w" I ' ■ i , 1 -vi; ,-. ' ■-ít--; Absolutely Pure THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE Orange leaser A. L. FORD, Editor. lied Every Friday Morning In Rein Building, Corner of Vain Fifth Streets. i^year (In advance}.... $1 60 months (In advance). Í 00 (Ing Rates on Application. I at the Po«toffloe at Orange u 8eoond i Uattaf : THE GOOD ROADS QUESTION. I Known Truck Farmer Gives Hi# lews in Favor of the Bond Issue. he following communication to Leader Is l>oth timely and inter- ig and should be read by every- who lis Interested In the Bond Ion of next Tuesday: itor Leader:—In view of the ap ihing election for the purpose of lning whether the citizens of je county are willing to há-ve $25,000 bond Issue made an áctive force In the~lftfptovement of county roads, a few remarks upton above subject will be timely, at- good highways class among things that are of the moBt ma 1 benuflt to any community, is a beyond dispute. So well Is thlB ed that in every corner of Unclc domain, whic...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 11 December 1903

im apsf $ : WW, Wl'TO you And a i nat 1 Look it a bushel reward for of the commi «18 the farmer* of their debt net the figuro* Witt It a that much an here you have |t*0,000,000 to the wealth of the ooustry, will all go to the developmeUt that Northers capital has for a feneration. tton coraer of the last sea imonstrsitod the financial _ of the Booth. After Daniel tolly withdrew, believing the He was at a fair price, the New 'Mow i would not lend * dollar to — ,;fir—■ r have matter where yon fo in will find conditions the ¡¡¡■¡ft n **wjnoy *ifir wno* ■WKililH to amct mv rhannsla for of tfce ro- which hayo taha ■ cfOagltt^ U alow to melisa the ,t ra pf iwawubl civil war Ha golOea streams In- . iaaf and West for the .of tboaO it years foe the South to Ma own, hot sow that it h , m% tiit. floadA K®0W that la vain. bjr Orleans of hostile, both hi Britain, show, tha New IBoftaad and Great ■mutton this merely to South s Unsocial independence Perhaps another instance of this in dependence w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 11 December 1903

" of Many Sudden Deaths. is a disease prevailing in this " because sod«**p- . ti ve. Many sudden ' deaths are eauked by it—heart dw- ease, pneumonia, I heart faltare or i- apoplexy are often ca.—Sheriff's Sala. The State of Texas, County of Or- ange, by virtue of an execution, out of the Honorable District Court of Orange County, on the 23d day of No- vember a. D. 1903, by «ha clerk there of, in the case of I. L. Lyons ft Co. vs. Orange Paper company, No. 1805, and to me, as sheriff, directed and deliv- ered, I will proceed to sail for cash, within the hours prescribed by law tftS, result of kid- tor Sheriff Salee, on the first Tueaday npy disease • ™ - kidney trou .. in_J*nuary rvltali fm organs, causing catarrh at ,„_j bladder, or the kidneys themselves ÍJWaak down and waste away call by cell, ^«ladder troubles almost always result EÜ worn a derangement of the kidneys and : is obtained quickest by a proper at of the kidneys. If you are feel- ; badly yon can make no mistake by ¡Dr....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 11 December 1903

=¡S L<v , PvV' • 1 *1 VT/] , iaw ^a—ii " i — I '.-.i- -M. ■■>)■ IRi $ IP im - ■ ,|'l ' M MAIL ORDERS GIVEN PROMPT ATTENTW B IRC H AN DISE. " é - .i. * can ■ pt'•; ft Víí a sucker appears _# ^ — ■ . 'X King Cash stepped In And spoiled ¡Us game 7, By cutting the price In two, A nd he's always going to do the same, And now It's up to you. ■in i i:i ■ $$ ¿ÍÉ .«a lity Imported Han ,_,Jk trimmed with metal buttons, something very swell, going at $1.88 down to... .$1.1# ivy d a. if y dotb, front with It row of white atoche twraid and gilded but- from 96céoWft to . .. ftfc 5| ft. solid oak easels, finely polished, fancy carved knobs, only. 64c We continue to send out bun- dle utter bundle, all on ac- count of tine values and low prices we continue to give We have a big job in embroidery- and canging in price from i$c, 4c, 8c per yard down to |c Ladies' Shoes hid, patent leatheiftip, flexible toles, French heels, $8.50, only $2.96, $2J50, $2.85, down to $2.20 Ladies'Dongola shoes only ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 11 December 1903

...JB§í;: I ;%?:&í5$j:KpMM ■' ¿íí^aB®'■'■'■'Iv-1"■ ■•■ ' (Continuad from Pago One.) SÉ lnce. which has boon placed out of commission, Its day* of usefulness hav- ended. With a house-boat comfortably fitted up Tor their iaccommodation id a smart gasoline launch as tender, the river crew will toe In good "have ) wrestle with the millions of feet of timber that will come out on the flrut rise this company. Chas. C. Isby, representing the Arkansas 'Valley Lumber >eompany,of 'ichlta, Kan., was here for a day this week, transacting business with the al mills. His company, in addition to handling large quantities of y« °* e, have an extensive trade In cypress lumber. Mr." Isby Is to be placed in tge of the cypress department of the business after the Hirst of the year, before entering Upon hlr duties Ib making a tour of the cypress mills and oughly posting himself as to conditions In the cypress district. Fr°ni ige he went east to pursue his Investigations among the cypres mills of ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 11 December 1903

ífeily I; p., '1''' ■ W' hwJffiVjjlwtfí: ■ ''V Aiív |K#íj ™«F*¡s Bfl liiii TPfsWW, ijli I ' 1É|JÍ¡8 fefel"- ki'Vgi Wmmseffl ■g • • ■ I i ■-,:y'"l i'fw Am Js¡| jHn. Éli same pricehe poul^paj^e wholesaler, with a clear saving o! the freight from eastern points <3> <J> $ >, BLAND 4 CO., in order to protect * 3 $ * Sreeíff M«§ . - ; ->v-i : *^v,< ■■■; V I^H « ► KfftoflMT irtii m pu CPE ÜW?88fó:lMMB ,J 'hí:I f■-• . ,*?— H i'" ourf ability tof meet aU requirements. of $1.00 or $1000.00 worth is the same: ACTUAL FIKST COST—ALL lEDUCTEDt A A A A A A A A A A A A A A IB 4fk>t T w i ■ • %L ufe MM we are ottering In the way of CJUTTING which holds good RACK * 1 a ft aé- itrst cost ? i fj L%& M4A .a • percent, (eduction VHÉAA writ cow RACK NO. 3 Ladles' Fine Tailored Suits ft a $2.00 reduction (root actual first cost. ¡i «i. i hi RACKNO.S Children* Capes, nknerly sold at from 50c to $1.25, now selling at fron^50c RACK NO* 4 10 Ladies' Skirts, aftual fir s$ cost $8.75,...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 11 December 1903

fe;'ft i ': ^Wí^w^WswwtowSSBSí1-' *. ■■■'> ) w"" ¡■ÍÍIÍHMhIM !wi^l ;.ftt' ü ;,; ■ ' • t¡^'W' • Do It Now ív^:'.í'.:'! V'¿f' -. ?Á§$W MM:'y : -ñ&fc ., ■".- •• my-r-m ■*>'£ •'''*'' ' «Hffl fevv%%¿;: pii' '•'V:®^fe%í$Kv??:•. . ' r v J fl^MKIHi M.;'bM *mg|IIÉ a *? '■ :r '.'i'' ¡ .<• "'"■•*«' ■' •, < W¿ ■. • . u'^.i, ti^ mm W ■' '<?¿L ... ir, mk ' 41 |H9 > •' ss .•jáSíM /• w. PéSS^:'yP0¡^íM,,,., liiiÉ >.* rJWKX$ BBBfe mmmmmrn ■ m&Éí |||H mm w m hmh EMEC' M? ¡MIm I p« «guli I , ' V 235? ¡ • Vv^vV '''■ 'í^scrá® ■Ll, ,. J .v?% ¿. UT there are very few people who can buy them because il require* or the government keeps the bonds. i^tt® OrangejCiqiy.otS! -are because 1 will sell you choice residence lots with a 1 balance on easy monthly payments. This makes it your money.in something just as safe as government you will get the benefit of increase in value- r>— varied a few cents on the dollar in ten years. pm ppp|g|P TrniBraP^ & feí — . nt down, die | for y...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 18 December 1903

• ■ VA", ' o1' A' ► V.M-1 '•'v;f.l;'': Mtffirif-, ... •ax PWSISEWW'™'^ ' '''■''• v- 'W'v* -' ".. ■. '■ •'■í'Vfl'wBfi ■|w. ORANGE. TEX., FRIDAY. DECEMBER 18. 1903. - _ H<mwmw * n-r-^* INK nrt.,..„ SABINE THE GREAT 80UTHEA8T TEXAS DEEf WATER PORT '■ B. W. BROWN, _ VICE President. i W H. STi mmmmm ,>"#í *'<7 ^jjpr&rV^^•-Pí ' Hfc-jlS' *&&%>•'r i■:*/"m ■ > '" T " jv ' " ■■••■■■. ■■■•■■ The Lum Í& fM2#' - ACTURERS OF THE FAMOUS ft':; KÜÜIP ¡WSJM ÍTMJK - ' 'ü '■"■ K" m>wm , '#r ../I fV- "••4 ■ •'•• /,0ft - fe '' "ÜK. Swí ■JK JHL- >«ng| • ''v:T ■' *" Can Manufacture ... , . .... ate M .«.'.■.■■■■. ,ii í ■•■;■;:. v.f " "-r-: TPSi toma JMjfeí ..., „.. If you want anything in.ourTSi v-'t ■ .. ■ ••••* i" ? write u«, wire us, or phone it $MÍMS^^síí ■' ,'v■. -4il * Star and Crescent Saw and Planing Mills ¥k-:ríí> Our Logs are cut as we order, \ Trammed ' ■* to Tidewater and Always Fresh . "Not always the ORANGE, TEXAS cheapest but you get value *'■ received...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 18 December 1903

0 ^ uU «jL* «iy u it - «y® ®1W* ^W* "ífN "W* - fji- -■«•- - i' - - w - ■ /• &•-■'' v..« ... ¿Vtf*..' GEORGEBARR McCUTCHEON m ü i Onpwrtyftt. ItOl, by Htrtmt B. StoiM — ► ♦♦ ♦♦ ♦ > «0* *>♦ +♦♦♦♦♦+♦ ♦+ ♦ ♦♦♦< CHAPTEK XXIV. orr to the dun..1:0*. |HB tableau lasted but a moment Gabriel advaneed u few staph hie eyes gloaming with Jeul ousyand triumph. vflsfore litm the petrified lovers caught refil- led. Through .her dated the conviction that .be 1 «Kape. Through hla ran tb realisation that he had r faawer. Gabriel of all men! V . ,1 arrive inopportunely." be oá'l tbe vaina standing oat on t emplee. "Do I Intrude v aware that you expected two. here?" gasped Ga «¡four highness. ta« US meaning. He viciously souglit tbe impression tbnt'he wnJi by appointment, a clandestine ■ In bar apartments at midnight "What do you mean by coming to luy artmsnt at this hour?" she atom trying to wicue dignity from of emotions. Lorry was slightly to tbe right and sev- il Mat behind her. Ha unde...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 18 December 1903

:-\v/'"1 - SB K1J 4 iNta Sad Mexicano, -. end Rafsel Delgoda, . —dean mualclaus, who playing on the streets lor days, undertook to whip the rrw them to the de- tlwrdWr.. It hap *>ned that an Juice of corn wet® *oon on their tt« «« *« "palSC* beautiful" .. «ta^v JíM^AÉi Rafe ■ under- ' Htll their sad tale before the ¡KKW.SMKS OMNHY, WHAT tH« EDITORS WILL 00. Program of Texas press Association' Silver Centennial in 8an Antonio Next May. ""j; 1 ■ ' : Dallas, Tex., Dec. 14.—The special I programme committee which was re- cently appointed by the regular com- Imittee to prepare a special program ,to go with the • regular program at next year's meeting of the Texas Press Association met In Dallas Sat- urday and formulated the following: 'w,;. MuUtBpTn p if litTIL MAt WEST ORANGE SCHOOL. Report of Progreee for Third Month of the Present Term. , The Weat Orange school his for tho preaeiU term an enrollment of 76 pupila, who are classed into eight com- plata gradea. The majority of the stu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 18 December 1903

'L' "'"■""" ¡'v: v ■ viauffliat tbe Grange Xeaber STOREY'S VIEWS. m§ WHAT HE THINKS ©P THE AGE SUIT QUESTION SOLUTION 18 APPRECIATION. . > Believe, with Vlceíwsldsnt Msrkham that a Change for the Better A. L. FORD, Editor. Published Every Friday Morning tan Building, Corner of Main Judge L. J. Storey, chairmaa oí tto Texas State Railroad Commission, la much Interested In the publidty that has been given to tbe damage adit tendency through? the Interviews with Vice-President Maekbam, of the South- ern Pactltó, publlskedX. from time to time during the pit* - fow weeks these columns, says the Houston Judge Storey is Inclined to-to ly commend the efforts made by ] Markham to invite the lime light public Investigation to the end tint there will be less of the wholesale movement to persecute the railroads In this regard. - C a ' Judge Storey was In the city be- tween trains yesterday on hit way to Austla from New Orleans, where he attended the annual convention of the Southern Railroad...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 18 December 1903

I® ■ • '¡.'.'SLvViifiá ft! as-s K' iw«r «m at that I# «(immvm OH , tat tare tac of grain over the present dis- graceful highways entail conilderable In tint ud la tmr and luar oil •ad vehicles. ,,w ■ The road to Beta was then taken « when the Texas aad New Orleans HHrHI «ufi ■« ■APIR MILL. (.; ■ : -■;>; ' !.?í;|¿'i-¿SS >*rl has!- ttare |« mi, ■ H ■ tta About one aad a half yeans ago the "1 tkkiyEi^; hefora^'tta die «rowing f ,<ff J*a*« 00* J to gush tta IM P*Pors tta tabled bat kent *• 'U. tat ao Isaae IKlRRRMI pegglatf away at First tta advaataga harta a refinery toad I aad the low ta aaumber up. area a una- plied this order of things will change. His land trill he worth something, and If he cannot cultivate it himself, there will be a toady market tor It at a good Orsige ProgkaslveLeague, ever ready to exert themselves la ad- vocacy of aaythiag that wUl toad to develop the county's reeoatees aad brlag Oraage to tta front ss sn in- dustrial leader aad oeator of progress aa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 18 December 1903

Vigor and cheerful ness soon disappear when the kidney are out of order or dis- eased. Kidney trouble has Iteróme so prevalent that it is not uncom- mon for a child to he born afflicted with weak kidneys. If the urinates too often, if the urine acalda flesh, or if, when the child reaches an when it should be able to control the , it is yet afflicted with bed-wet- pendupon it, the cause of thediffi- f 4s kidney trouble, and the first should be towards the treatment of important organs. This unpleasant ble due to a diseased condition of kidneys and bladder and not to a It as most ffeftple suppose. omen as well as men are made miser- with.kidne effect It is sold ley the same Mid the im loot is soon realized, ' druggists, in fifty t and one-dollar ¡bottles. You may a sample bottle mall free, also a t telling all about Swamp-Root, X many of thethoussnds of testi- aial letters received from sufferers In writing Dr. Kilmer & Co., iton, N. Y., be sure and mention paper. Don't make any m...

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