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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 19 August 1904

"i. --..y. .Vi - * " «r ':i ••'.iter. - £,* ■ .1' • ,.r*:; Cr^KOí*. iv «MSM Bü • :, r; ' í-f * 5 S • ,. \ ¿ ' ' . < •'< v"' i w" 9 q m . ' ': •"' ,:.v '■•■■'■' SH' #k '.' ' . ^ ' 'P. • ■"■: • ■ "• ' wmm , IHmhSG I —— " muém ■ • I ' ¡ KM y . - 1 JlillUlI fc fr V'&í'íT- -í/í* ■ ■ ii seem _j/mi is So sell cmt the s|ock, po|ket an imp ■' • & ,*« .,V) ■ fsaflbaf , ; " : M&Mm íStf/.'■■«?;>• i V.'fVJ-ji ,;n • fek;llk : ¿ÉÍMÍ£^ÉSíS^^$B I V, Wn. v. f-VKf&Sc&iS. w 'i1■■■■,'■ ■■>' ■ •.™ H T ''¿k.'J 'i, ;ltl <'',.;M;;'':'-.. ■I ■■■■> . I !'k M life i:; tM ^!kFll ;> áíg y mrmWw: •>; . -;• ■ . • . . . ' ■ :■ -í . V ■ . • ppUt ■ " Í ." ' ''vi ^ WSS&aBM... . Él wmá u i% : ; msm mm ("V, • ■'* '■■■ '•• ávP'Sf-4 lM ■I . . ..■il' m 11 •.'. i' 1 $m y: Wt vfe'v Éw® mmmmmmmmmmmmm ' m . ; - - ,■ ' ■.. ':' . , ' - ,. '•' '.■. ■ "* ■'i w1-.. ' ■ y. íj-'.v '•',y'r"'«"í?; •' • ' vi- ', É n "Jvt® ~M in.,..,r|J rnrrrJM,Trm We are certainly going to sell Grager Bros...

Publication Title: Orange Leader, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 26 August 1904

' t- • y*. ■ . ','• ' ■ " , • •■ a « tu 4. ¿.S ■' i ;...,,, • .. . 1 . ', .. , , . 1 ! I . Iwily'S f V I;':::- HI nsoUbat^j. ORANGE, TEXAS. FRIDAY, ÁUGÍIST 26, 1904. í.fti ,„ . ggjTgjg I. J. LUTCHER, President. Wr retary-Treasurei, GE, TEXAS ANUFACTURERS OF THE I $ f/fj ■kPI s ya^WK f'/Í® . 1* ¿i : & i-..' m . ■ • E^BgPI üresceni vvi? í?'}SV ¥ ífii Saw and Planing Mills. <KRP$Í I ¿¿i SI A-í# -- ->v* of Mills and Planers: M- 5í,:?if ■ ^ v,.., ^>^7- FEET DAILY. •fpf m- Hi •S:í^ ■< ■■''i ■ sWwatwa • -u^V* v':'7 — — r{<r,i'dKV agMI obtainable 4,|5¡l| «iSI product 0W ':-M • • ■ . j «iB The Lumber Reporter's Peregrinations Over the Sawdust Roads. • 'Mti '• * • «H Í, • ARTHUR L, FORD, BY... = ■ ivEii ■ Sw _ At all of tbe mill offices visited this week, the lumber re- porter has received practically tbe same reply to bis query as | to tbe state of tbe lumber trade: "We are snipping more than we are cutting, there is a big demand for yard stock, ai advanc- ed prices, but s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 26 August 1904

fcp im BP m . HttBimiifittlia ÁORICULT^ftAL '■ RE- SOURCES OF ORANGE —— COUNTY, Mm fefpij M Eli ImÍI res! M ■ &:!¿ The following series of arti- ' des is written for the sole pur pose of showing in a plain, truthful ami unvarnished wan- ner justi what can ^be accom- plished in our home county by the systematic application of thought and" lafcor to thé groij ing of agricultural products On a larger and more general, peale than we have dóue heretofore. In th#> land that still lies idle and in that which is producing but a fraction of what it could, there lies latent a power for the permanent upouilding and pro. gress of our county that is the equal of any and all business enterprises That have ever beep suggested as a means toward obtaining this much talked of, but slow to arrive, condition of natural, permaneut and healthy prosperity. The writer lays no claim to being a prophet, but is willing to go on record, as spy- ing that . the agricultural re- sources of Orange Co. will ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 26 August 1904

m o' __ v;í1 p:SlSBiiniPIM ■RHMRHBSPP..... . „IBwgpMijH.FHjlMpiBIWWWBiiB mkind as well as lower animals. We do not < sical giants from stock from common sires, and midgets, nor well-developed, robust 1 ancestors and sickly parents. It is contrary to the : nature and heredity, which are inviolable, uncHange- íd fixed. 'irp f! f Iren not only, inherit the features, form and dispo- their — * ' ' 1 1 from landed down from one generation to another, can not tied, for ye see evidences of it every where and every day. a disease-almost as fatal as Consumption,lis a \ is bred in the bone and will out in me flesh Jn swellings, deep abscesses and sores, boils It affects the eyes and ears, weakens the digestion the" red corpuscles amd solids at the blood, resulting in ion, gtunted growth and poorly nourished bodies. * RHEUMATISM is handed down from gouty -ancestors and its. The acid poisons in the blood that cause the pain# in muscles and joints have been there may be -v exposure to bad weat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 26 August 1904

'■ ' ... ' • 'i •' ; ■* wvvvpa ■'sí-', «tík >í #J ?®PPw*í2'*' vi WrJa'se-SiS :;y ■ lf " m 'lm}¿ •' ; • ' W;-*n-:*Kr ;, ■-- -r'-: : . p::r - ¡ pí;^. '■■■•" ': pay vJSaB H ORANGE LEADER. PUBLI8HED EVERY FRIDAY BY PRINTING COMPANY, . mi m ;.7 nh SBMmfii . ARTHUR L. FORD. R.R.IS A> FORD, ÉDÍTQRIB AND PROPRIETORS.. - ' • KM Kntert l at the poetoffloe, Oranifo, Tela*, na ww.md ü)ag m«ll,matter, zeale partisans promise, h< things interesting for the «Judg campaign, as witness the fol from the Interstate News Boy: I Judge Watkins, the noininee for cot honors, says he will give navigable rivers his personal attention. The ■> ■ iouaf ina is "the H ¡'BHM8; «1.W peryear In advance. AdvertlniDg Rate i n application. «Í-Síl&ftf * St. Joseph, Michigan,' is a veritable Gretna <jreen for Chicago couples, one hundred and fourteen couples from the Windy City having been married in St. Joseph during last week. *#V' lie Orange may be dull and appear dead to some people, but it looks m...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 26 August 1904

Wmw vv:-t4 • >■:&' interésting" Tsrsrras a a mitnMis. the following. [1 \ . m ' ' ' ,0 V f «fti'-'v;.'- l.ívJá' • ' ' 'A Í Í! v.' § jw; i SCHOOL BOARD MEETING. ONS* ¡Mm i —tei I G fo b( m> '■■■: ^ JÍWÍ ' £fct dokwts. MHn1 '' '¿i4uíWSEP^lÉw^e Statistical ¿Reports Jfrom iAo Various SaóóatA ¡Schools V . . . of Qrany by Vhoir Shspoatiuo UoaeAsrs . . . nm® § '•'^v The exceedingly warm wea- ther has had a tendency -to-low- i _ . «fr the average attendance at the various Sunday Schools and P the attendance will not reach the maximum again, probably, until cooler weather sets in. However, considering the state of the temprature, the atten- dance for last Sunday,was very creditable. The statistical report tor last Sunday is as follows: METHODIST. * „ . . y . ' • ' Officers present, 4. - Teachers present, 0. Pupils present, 97. Visitors present, 7. Total attendance, 114. Collection, $3.53. HI P V I Ife ■I ■;F: 3 1 : i: ^ W'i-S • ;«"■ GREEN AVEiyiE BAPTIST. Officers and teachers pres...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 26 August 1904

jparent reasoq, tor roaaoeus mue>«> ilQ w WTTTP run, whether a república or a democrat II R. W WIER, ■rnmrnm •r^vr ~• Mm ' lf« «'./A V : ■ ' • 1 > ^ . , • ' * i • ' «í.*' 'V'vi;'1 ■ '.-v-■. ■ ■ ■-►.•-U ..-' Sn :Ü tM 1 / ' -> f| ? "■•■' \ ■ ;¿spái;íá' -■up •#;: : V'. ; ..■' "-i : ' ; •: 1 «■ ■ ■-■ '. '■ ■ if ^ .' ; ,:.; $V>:;;VCn •' - *-v \ ■ • X ' - ' , . ■ Wv.-v - H * ■ - . .; \ . >X :x: 'vfü'.'.'iéí M'-íí1'-. , ."i.■ Mi ; :\V ,. '• ■■ . - ■;■".■=-í..-:. ; . ,. ' ...., :'^ v: ><M' . ■ • " ■■' • ' ' ' ; , • ■ ■■ , ■■ , , ■.. 9 'lelilí'- . mM mm¡ ■ s> •; v . , ■ : . . ' , *. r .■ ■ : . ■ ■ . «■■ k'P'i&'íi- -"!■ , ■<>';/-1 < 5St# WÍ->€* ■■ WSMMá, m 'Mk mwfwmi J'/c'-í'/ i$r$ m M 5 swi Vi'v '' ;,/ ..v' ; . ■ • ■ " . ■■ •' . . I . ■ ; ■ : '■"■ ■* ' '• ,'v ■ r Éii lil :.r* > '-M • ' JMMIMW* ' i 11: í i mi i '•; ; •, .•; -- . ■' ; • • :■ ¿ &?% vftL'i ji^f^ ■ • • • . í " ■■ ni- • " fi ■ ■ „ Hill ¡W««; Í. ■ 51 ... íyi v.-1 lü -' :;Ui''i'' ' w...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 26 August 1904

uh - >' -v '■ r,i ■ I.-:- v.",:' ■ •■-Í.V -.Í-'Í t' v,- ; ;=AV -ííA v¿ t ^ v,UHtt^HM6MCMI|l gg ', ;■•••; > w, v m wmmmm -...■ ■." ■ ui ■ .• . u wseKm&mmmimimm m Bh J, \t f: M ■KflNMMN .''-.i1®! BhdRb°ic 6, there is no apparent reason, trains must run, whether a i the White House. The Emporia! ;ting out a bfor schedule at one of the local • visit to Orange was in connection with tt r' Beatty*s recent elevation totbesearetarysl . i Lumber company, the Southern Industrial and Lumber ew, in its last issue, says: "Mf. Beatty is a gentleman well win the lumber trade as one of the best posted menas as efficient sales agents in the business. His experience has a long. Series t>t years," in fact he has been with yellow incelitsfirst efforts to become a factor in the marketaot the Id. In every department of the business he is versed. In arly days,lie W*e with Lock, Moore & Co,, at Westlake, or re properly speaking*at Lockport/. With «this great qoncern irned all about manufac...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 26 August 1904

mi i;?'. - m: ;#' V ' I® I HhSBKBHWU ^EISmíIIÍPIH ■ #?••;,• -• '<> tyí .... ,■ Tí 'ff- ;<■-■ ■■•v. VP — Munsey'5 New Serial. ,-$• ' . 1 . Recol lections o f a Mosby Guerrilla, we understand, is the title of a new serial which is to begib in the September number ot Munsey's Magazine, and promised to be the most inter- esting and stirring contribution to the history of the Civil War that has yet been handed down to us from that eventful period. The author, John W. Munson, . ,f was a member of Mosby's .famous Partisan Hangers. Mr. Muuson takes up bis story from the day he begaji his tramp from Richmond one hundred and „ ( 1 twenty_mile£ to the Blue Ridge Mountains, where he joined the Mosb.y Band at the residence of Mr. Blackwell, near Markbaih Station, in 1863, and carries it to the close of the war, describing - I. WW« ——-— A non-commissioned held VS'$~"Zi Jm ¡H: c Ill' ■:v This famous remedy doe for the stom- ach'that which U U unable to do for 1 itself, evfcn If-but slight...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 26 August 1904

■pi you «o tqi'iiv Witch Haxel Salvo look for the mime DnWlTT on every bo*, pure, unadulterated Witch Hazel in mhking i)uWiluH| Salve, which is the beet salve in the World hurt made it a' favorite "wherever for cuts, burn?, bruise , boilB, ecxemaan.l pile*. The popularity of BeWitt's Witch lluzel s.dve, doe <•> it* many cure*/ (mm Caused mum roils worthless counterfeits to placed on th^ market. The genuiné ■ the name B. C. DeWitt & Co.. Chicago. Sold bv K. B.Uore,, ág ■iilRlM welcom For half bv Engines and Threshe Three big threshing machines d two traction engines have rived Üere this week and have n taken out to rice farms ad- iQt to Orange. Tfce farmers I'are preparing for the harvest ánd in some of the fields the binders are now irosily at work. Herbine. i the bile more fluid and thus helps I the blood to flow; it affords prompt relief from bilousness, indigestion, sick and her- I vops headaches, and the ^over indulgence in food ape drink. Herbine acts quickly, adose a...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 26 August 1904

Í1' ' \'-'. .•■• r : • ■ é- rpssp ^ ®i. ,, i.' '¡m í p-v:: •;V'-:' ite ,t ¿KA . .. ,¿ .. : |ÍK fife ■.:'■■ Wfl'lí^^p --~¿.'„l :,. v.± ■lili $$$# f mí 1 .*''• V - MH mmm ^ / í /A PWI i isS^fiíái ^HS 'ír JJSBS!ÍÍÍ' #311ÍIE5$ A I ^T^rw# r^ ■■■■,—>.>pmmr-.,.i "ÉliPli Mr. L. Giusburg, sueeessór to Crager Brothers, is bow íb the eastern market' most select stock of merchandise ever shown in this section * * ** * # * * * * We must have the room for the comii|g stock; and the goods that are being almost away must be moved quickly. So if you wére not among the happy ones who got some good things, don't tarry too long, or it may be a cause of regrét. Such goods at sue) were never heard of before, and certainly cannot last always. * * * * * * * * * pi If you know good values come in and get your share of them. If any thing prove get your money back. ********* * * * * * * * .■/'• '''i^)ÉÉ| -■' '''■'- íí Successor to JerlBrothefs. ATOV- * * * SMBs® m% fc ¡fc ¡MUX ■ prices * . *s * unsatis-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 2 September 1904

ifiim ■ ';;'r'./i r ■■ ?SfS8sÉ| ■•1 V " «•;• J ■¡«l "silsJil w ? ^Víís; ifiii ' i1 ' rtíbateb- • ■ , .-■."■ - •; 1 ■■ ' L ' -'■■■ >■'■■'*' -■ • •■■■' -• Hff.." >¿í! 'a.v , vy..'.;--... < ■ ■ • j. hé. "• —-—rbfrtfa ■■ '.'..y '?r . . NUMBER 15 T* 11«" m frffljlwif' >' I' flW'f ■nmngj UME 16. ■■IsiiilH 5SS SEPTEMBER, 2, '904. ORANGE, TEXAS. 'i - . ......^w,," S-r— ' lili 111,11 — ecretary-Treasurei , l LütCHER, President E. W. BROWN, Vice President. W. H. BwiS ■ANinl wí 1 ■•■, ■ . ■ I., .....M.,, T ePsshS URER ■' . ". - ; llJB Í ,íí|;é wmm m&3í •;? > • Sí, iV iii i' ^ Ví ri <nwwlf miT i'f' r iii'ii i -iüü4i¡ft:'i jte2 kv,iá ;■ ' ■ ■. 'flSf rnvmrtrrnmn i , mt rrrrtrrrrn *•' f t* *• ♦1 • M . I !■ i > •.! HI! -í1. ■f'. , < ■ ' ■ <F : üii fi! e any product -'.te' n;V;i; •: M • «r -■ '.rrviiv t¡ Byrkit Paiten4" - ÍM 1 ob w m mm I*í ' • IBWiHHE ta ■ ■■• <:*.:■ 3- ~T '• vf-'Ti-r.^;' ,v •••*.• : í •; i ■ .: SmS£T * ============= •'. . ¡IKV1,v' • . '. -1 "Ill" ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 2 September 1904

. I V. ' HíÍímmÍ^B^HÍÍMÍh' v^'vAVrTV^TB THÉ OÉÁJVGE LEADER T"~ ,. Fruit and Truck Association. Tiie Orange County Fniit and . • Truck Association will hold its regular monthly meeting at the •court house tomorrow afternoon at 2:80 o'clock. , it -will, be the egular business session and as there are some matters of im- portance to cotne up it is hoped that there will be. a large at- tendance of the members. This Association will prove a great blessing to Orange county it .11: * ^js kept alive and active and , every meri.ber, should make a ^ personal effort to induce others " to come into it and help to make of it a grand "success. Presi dent Saundérs—ánd- Secretary Bretschneider are doing all in their power to make it a sue cess, as are also most of the present members, but the Ássp .elation needs a njore extensive active membership in order to füWlll its real mission. ' ; :■ ,, y' ■ sp MllLIONN KWaNiwS'IIIMIí J ? V- AP ' •=* : 1 Qáe of the rreatMt American millionaires one* i#id to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 2 September 1904

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 2 September 1904

gp$$fjpl I PiSI^ r' - * c I v, v.- r"'E:'V:\ :A; ; ■ J _ t- I". • ■■"• • ; - É " , ' fif: ft taw', . Pi mí? w i' -I 1ip§; . al ®£2a 's2tZ* ;, ■ :< : * wmM^^ * **-■: ' ,"K" ^,"«v ■ '•'", -.-..i M* * UjHy r JfW','': mí P ■ y* U id rft O t>. jü ®*c ."tí; ? ■ ■ y * & 43 <« ,S •*£ Otott p o u ni M «2 «J * « B.-0 «J -4r <V -O 4'gi 5?, *-*1 ^ <D . 4a $ ® k üd. a . W *• r> u a a .ti s-sS.a'oJía'fIlí1S|il ís'IsS"!10®* JS,ío s|£IS512A|||-|ÉS¿ tilo h e 11111-2 s MS i « £g '13 — eti -P ° >>2¿ 3S ü- ™ -T L- ni i-ntíii £ fr £ap¿: ISls •- aa a.> .6Jo ! X" ii ? «i ^ ¿""o ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ "" * >f B« & fe-fi^OiS "3 flo-o.|i;^4í CC b ¿.a-O ft rt a rt\ i • *" 1-1 £ §• - O ^ $ J3 X .*- NI H « $M*Hi sV^l' Illf-J sSf ¡U*0 v «-> £ «t rt i'.. ' ' '■" í •."■'"''v I V vi.,- >:,v A.' i jl - iV'iíW; «.. >:■■' \ h B SfSÜ > e t>, 'E o1 W § >,* E fl -*3 Jf lí*:w ? ISlS'áS^. 2 liíisfi bcfg afc^'sSf B B "í 'c H Z * ■Sr^SSlSS.t! a> rt £ óá'o¿A O o£ #5?! á.Sa2?ü o S ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 2 September 1904

jiM'ti!. f •?$), ■ m m t] ' m p¡ •' *•, - '•' ■> ' .1 ;,V lf\ When teething timo begins to dawn. For Nausea, Vomiting and the weak |Irritable Stomach of children; nothing Dr, Moffett's "TEKTH1NA" ] (Teething Powder*). It Aid* Digestion Regulate the Bowel*. S2--2w Cutting the Weeds: Many of. the propertyowners have been cutting the weeds around their property during the past week, iu accordance with the notice from the city council and a cleaner city is the ■% *t.! *•{ ' r.#' > i if^ÉIÉ > . . I ÍHfaal Í i!¡ ,:-j- .'J., :-rp-T?T' — .. • We have just received another car Of Charter Oak Stoyes and Ranges—the best that are made sold under a positive guarantee—and there is no longer any excuse for the cook to Call and see our line, Us send you up a mode! wife will jet our prices and let stove or range. Your be pleased, the meals will be better and there will be no more Hml " i • i i y" ' Willi . i g$§á¡ ' We are now shoeing a most complete and up- to-date line of furniture, and m...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 2 September 1904

■ ===== ■i-i ;. i, "'" IIT."'" THE ORANGE LEADER. : PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY BY LEADER PRINTING COMPANY, j. l. Harris. Arthur L Ford. * HARRIS <fe FORD, ^ EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. Knterikl át'tbe po tofflc6, Orauge, Tea* ; M naeopj el'áwa m tl matter. JTSKMS: tl.BCl erye r1n <ly*U( Advertising Raton CO appllpAtton. '• ' I' I ' — , ,v:. 5 Important late news item: The fall of Port THE SABINE LA HE CHANNEL. It iá a little hard just oow to determine the exact status of the Sabine lake channel. In Arthur isimineut an pected soon. iSHflHi . , ;|IW|W|PW|P||PB>|PPM|PPWSI. ",gi'l;Ai,i. . . . „.„PHi . Editor McGary, of the Beaumo t Journal, is recuperatiug in the mountains of Arkansas, and hals written some characteristic le tters f; , from^that state to his paper. • After Port Arthur builds that immense bridge across Sabine lake to Johnson's Bayou, / it Orange expects to retain the trade of that fer- tile section, she Will have to dig- that east shore ship channel, or else establish ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 2 September 1904

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Publication Title: Orange Leader, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 2 September 1904

i-" M';: ¡fe: Épjá miM tm f fg M mMi m Gw Kl; i it cannot transform the food he into nourishment. Health and strength cannot be restored to any sick man or . weak woman without first restoring health and .strength to the stúmach. A wepk stomach cannot digest enough food to feed the tissues and revive the tired and run down limbs and organs of the body. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat,-cleanies And- strengthens the gland* 'and membranes of the Stotnacb, and cures indigestión, dyspepsia and .all stomach troubles. Sold by R. B. -Goree. S —o——r • AN AtfED LADY DEAD. . J ■ ' 5lster of County Commissioner Harris Gone to Her Reward. • ' Mrs. S- J. Simmons, an old resident ot Orange county, died at Iter home in Pteciuct 4, last Thursday, August 25, at tire ad- vanced age of seventy-six years The funerál .was held last Sat- urday, the remains being laid to rest in the family burying ground. Last June Mrs. Sim- mons was thrown from a buggy in which 'she was riding and her thigh brok...

Publication Title: Orange Leader, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 2 September 1904

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