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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 16 September 1904

m tó!:\¡rv.V, hB® Iv '' /. ■p Í®E®: YVrit/7 til e Ivu m bermen. CONTINUED FROM PAOE ONE H A. Stone of Beaumont, general agent for the Bónner Oil company, vm in Orange this1 week, spending the day here yesterday Interviewing the luro T, ?y*r manufacturers in behalf of his company. Wtessrs. W. H. Ogden and M. Q. Davies, foreman and shipper for the Kirhy Lumber company's plant at Orange were Beaumont visitors yesterday, after- noon, going over on the Oriole. IHr'v imaman/m , The Lemon Lum¿er company Is making some extensive shipments of fac- tory stock to points in Indiana, the material manufactured by them being par- Hcularly adapted'to this class of work. • The Liltcher & Moore Lumber company, have chartered the bark Baker I Pnlmer to I ke out a cargo of 1.850,000 feet of yellow piné lumber from Port] Arthur to Philadelphia, the vessel being chartered for October loading. The Orange Lumber company sent down another tow of timber"to Port | Arthur this week to the steamship Meridia...

Publication Title: Orange Leader, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 23 September 1904

í"1 "'í;1 V S1" . ÍSraW; S«':íí: *■' Ilf® mm Wtr r?§r vfw ' .•• ■**, -.■ ■■■ vi-;.. ■ .'kí.'.j .. >'.m / •■>.. «'•«$?■ v.'Y" -Í • ■' •• v ) > ■.?.? --i ' Ha ¡m 'i mmm, L * CttíSén. MP* s SUpWpl W ? ;;■ I 4^' ; InB' •' ;• ^ VOLUME 14. as ;V una m ,ÜB mMmm ■ •■■■■>:■ ' •' w iM M:y 4V JiJI '."I n ¿t' r-~r ■ ■ ■ '•'• ' •'í ' I' ORANGE, TEXAS. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 23, 1904. mnmmmmmmm m 1, ■ J. LUTCHER, President. E. Vice President. W. H. STARK, Secretary-Treasurei. . — ORANGE, TEXA8===f ¡8® mi ■ MANUFACTURERS OF THE ¡mm WtfMWM '■4mm . . . -v'1 * " . WMMi&i •flli'i; ■ ■ I ■ ! j ' " Í11 li 11' M 11' H I j ,7,7"lTl,! i 11 H ' -r- ity of Mills and Planers: ' kv ." | i. ■ - . í Wi-M. ryfcfe 3.¿!Í4S i ; , / '■> •S'"M Star and Crescent "#\u Bitv • > .. • 500.000 FEET DAILY. Saw and Planing Mills. * t*" ' • > .g¡jgligg IBfflninF'rTTriTT H8KP«I I'- ■■"■ • ims ; . v ííC®*' i'-;- >■' r$ " / >-:' •í • ' v •• • ' • Dried Lath any product a Yellow ine Log. SMÉta. m m Mfét: ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 23 September 1904

«rou ■Hi THE ORAM e Culture. MINE district court iSrsessioN mil -of Justice if Grinding Slowly, with Plenty ol Ma- terial to Keep It Busy. . m wm The fall terra qi district co&rt convened at* the court house in Orange last Monday morning, Judge W- P- Nicks presiding. Tfie first business oif tbesésslan,. after swearing in the court, offi- cers, was the empanneling of the grand jury! which' was rapidly aCcoraplfshed, that body being composed of the follow- ing well known citizens of the county: > W. H. Stark,foreman. O. W. Holden.J. A. "Snoddy, Reuben Minor, W. M. Seay, John Í). Peveto, C. A. Russell, John Kellogg, Dan McKinley, H. 0. Anderson, Jasper Williamson and H. S. Filson. Judge Nicks delivered bis us- ual thorough and exhaustive charge to the graud jury and set them to work without deiay. The balance of the day veas consumed in sounding the "dock- ets, the "criminal docket being first taken up. On the second day the work of soundihg the docket wafe completed and one cas...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 23 September 1904

. V'. i,r "V ."-.Y ífei ¡ 'i . ' .v. MWHMéíéééÉWBMBBMBÍBBMbibmbwbbiééíbbíibmbBÉBÍ * 'J i -Hlíll'i Í Mir liirj >' ■ ' 1,1 Tn3:ii red n* a i The. of lb* C h * n J i It « Sun." "The North Walk >wm Cepyriaht, IMJ, 'k CHAPTER. V«I. NB morning, a few daye later, Bascom Trnltt cam* down the main street of Da.rley wearing idti tod ora army bugle, Under his arm waa a tottered Confederate Ken the office e stove. a ineetio* o* the ve p—the Joseph E. John- ni goln' up now to stick he gate ¿t the courthouse. iong in«i|i blowing a roll call on an "What'aup aff he came towering over Nothing b of our atdli, slf on \ We intend to see about who's gold' to the reunion in Atlanta next spring; thar'a a sight_o' the boys that want to go. but cayn't raise the scads. We'll Chip In an' send the most deservln', ef our women folks go hungry this win- ter. Thar was a lie afloat in the newspapers awhile back that ea«£ nig- ger went off after the war an' got rich an' come back home jest in tima to buy his ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 23 September 1904

fflwWI- ; :i « ORANGE LEADER. PUBLISHED EVERY FRipAY BY LEADER PRINTING; COMPANY. • V L. HARRia, ISIS §1 _ ARTHMRL.FORD. 1& 3c FORD, . EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. >■'- .'. ==-; •• § The.great need of deep water at Orange ; Beaumont is being- more clearly demonstrated every day and it behooves every man interested in the welfare of SoutheastTexa* to do all. In bis power to help the movement along. Aboye all, don't be a knocker. Kutermi nt tlie pf.i-iomcé, Uriwge. 'I'MM. foodnij el* mall matter l'EHMS: $i.50pery aclntt(Jvaaoe: - Advertijlng Kateicn applloatfon. ^ ■■* . ' ' ..'""v. . — The Progressive League. There his developed in Orange . recently, it W seems, a.class.^.¿mockers, woo are disposed td ^ _ , decry the effofts ót the Progressive League tff rank with those Of auy county in Texas, or any Jefferson coutfty is now. coming to the front with the organization of a truck grower's Assoc- iation. Stoch organizations are an absolute es- sential to tiie successful condúct "ot th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 23 September 1904

_—.—_ ' ' ■■iiiiÉÉÉ tmíMíl • , Si' J- . . ' •■:'■ '■ . : • : • . IV V- 4 ■ Ml tl i • ■ Jf -v ; ■ ■' *■''<T'- — ¡ i '¿f* wtmM 1 i i' , L ' -• J '--: J >'• «•'.$0Fr$-i -t v ^ . ___i - JL 111 pi pieces Bleach Domestic, full yard soft finish, 6ic value, Special per " I , . ........... ... . ... . . . "'8C. each Co^ttOn Flannel, actual Special £ervd.. ....... - 4Jc burg Embroidery, 8 in to 5 in 1 wicI^Httb 74c, to 10c, Special per yd. . 5c I ' ' • '■ 20 pes hvel I worth up tc ges, 2in to 1 in wide,' ial per yd'.., 5c lies j ■ .{■■■ii. i i *y.; .;■'&> t,> | About 3 doz Ladii! mostly small sizés 47c 2 for 35c. Only ..... •' •.. L ' U'n So wn a si in- Gowns, 3, Special .. ,18c B®iu tomer. «ImmM ... I Just received part shipment of our Ladies7 Cloaks and Jackets and we invite you to look them over while down town, Hr * Hr*"* ***** * Ladies' full length tourist cloaks, loose back with straps," our special price. $1-5.00 ' Ladies' % length clqaks. loose back with straps, worth ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 23 September 1904

jib ü MEN Ove Themselves. actions speak lou oes the testimony lmn words,* inony of many tholl. s of women during a third of a century speak Wilder than mere claims not backed by a guarantee of some kind. That is the reason why the pro- prietors of Dr. Pjetee' Favorite Prescrip. turn are willing to offer $500 reward for women ¡who can- not b¿ cured. Such á remarkable offer is founded on the long: record of cúres of the diseases and weaknesses pecu- liar to wqmen. ,11 there is an invalid woman, suffering from, female weakness, prolapsus, or falling of womb, or from leu- co rrhea who has used Dr. Picrce's Favorite Prescription witho proprietors of that bear from rfr.ch pi K ''-rt Prescription without templete success,, the ■gH"1 Hk r " t medicine would like to ■ ppraon—and it will be, to hjsr advantage to write them as they offer in perfect" good faith, a reward of $500 for any qasé nf the above maladies which ' they cannot cure. No ótfcéf niNjcine for woman's ills is possessed of the ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 23 September 1904

«i 1 " IS IR "> Otoitras leper SEpTEW¡Sm3, <im- "Mm;- z=z . ; . , „ 1— ' ' _ — C W-M ¿vi-^r £Í!' m aDd mo^ progressive JJniyersity in Southwest. last yearj95a.Sjtuatedtó^xás' most beautiful and healthful Splendidly equipped with seven modern bui' ' ' " * instruction offered -* " all regular. College >i of Fine Arts, School of Mediciné andPha: Theology and excellent preparatory school lu¡ senses very' moderate.: Ttíttfya Ésty >ntlÍ8. Hpuaes for I month. í, t i J t t • • ■ ' ■ 'v -WRITE TO- IWww'' ¿PwíícCcnt ó. &*. Hfyuyvk*,, — ; '' "4 ¡'or information.concerning Medical Goilege write !> .DEÁN E. H OARY, Dallas, Texas. 1 " — ;i"" i" . ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ 9 y It V. Fort Worth, Texas. COLLEGE ferg better facilities for the comfort and rapid advancement of its papila than any ♦her college. • A thorough course and a good positi^j^wjwrt \* \ for tuition, payable after course is finished and position is ieciTr^""Bv our ethod Bookkeeping and Banking can bq learned in eight) w$eks. a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 23 September 1904

• ¡BEjBg m W - ■ > • if ■' ¿I E LEADEHSEBTEMB - THE OR j. ¿y i/ . ^iW^Í'1 rr—_ -.' fl? V: ■':' XVf .. ft Km m ... ■ 0;:":v | §|| . ■.' ' • ; • .: '" *■ -Vl. . ' "$! ■M* : ' -fe: PSMB wk %: Jm ^ w4:4 Ht7 Kf" ró- §*$& msí m, •JSTéw goods have be$n coming in every day for the past two weeks, and now we are equipped with a first class stock of, dependable merchandise which we take pleasure in displ^yijig for your inspection None but good reliable merchandise wiU be shown. All g^ods must have the stamp of perfection in every detail; and will be sold strictly on the iperit of the article; * Prices will be as low as clean, new and reliable goods c^n be .sold at. We claim to have an advantage in our faciíi ties fOr buying goods; also, as we ha [ve a chain of six stores, can buy in' round lots, thus saving at least 10 per dent on purchases.; ■ '.Jgt Si ^ Jffel¿ P 3£ Ú X%" ¡But aside from this we Want your trade ón strictly businessprinciplea> 'e do not expect you to cause you like ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 7 October 1904

m ■ ■ mmm : w- n ■.. ' ■ :?WW ■ yv;: ! ; «•• ••'• ■ :r'- ■ ■' > > /Mtiiirc v „ ORANGE, '• ■ • ■' • - < * Cítí3cn«Hccov6 Conson&ate . '■i.':' ' ' 7. "04. 4 President- lllillllllíl'lMÍjMMIl Mili Secretary-Tr easur ei.. i? NUMBER 20 If. ■JL ¿= ORANGE, TEXAS: i\í¡> *, . _—_—. MANUFACTURERS OF THE 1*:> '"l11.. ;' Hftr. «i ? \i / i ..: ,í — P2 ".IV? f'* '' II Star and Crescent Saw and Planing Mills; M ■ 491 ó M sr Hf ItVrHff'fMtipl 1)1(1 MH* icity of Milk and Planers: ; i , " ' FEET DAILY. I Dried Lath y ;.p. - «..«it**. , Lath I «' O ,wV' , v' -..,-:v Ú •'■".■ — . ———' - •) v ¡p'VVSís jgi . . . .... We Manufacture ány product ■•i:. .. Pine Log. •>V Our Specialty: WITH THE LUMBERMEN V ^ • ' ...... : o-"' The Lumber Reporter's Peregrinations Oyer the Sawdust Roads. BY. ... .ARTHUR L. PORO. SHH*MEÑTS POR SEPTEMBER. Two óf the big lumber manufacturing concernsatOrangere port their shipments for the mcfath of September as follows: Lutcher A Moore Lumber Co. v Rail shipme...

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

8l%f¡P ra í' • tUf l swl THE ORANGE tEADER OCTOBER 7, W4- Broke into a Houae. g. Le Quinn of Cavendish Vi., tu rob- bed of his customary health bv invasion of Chronic Constipation When Dr. Kind's New Ufe Pills t/roke into his house, hip trouble arreted and ndw he's entirely cured.They're guaranteed to cure, 25c at B. P. Hewson Drug Store. Oct. li'Tii- Mr. E. from his S. Farweil home state came m ojt ' New t^'\y<^lf"tbis week on a visit to his ' brother Mr. P. H- Farweil. of- fice manager fortbeLutcbfer & Moore Lumber company of this plajee. Mr. Farweil will likely Spend some time here "With his Milwptber, as.be is delighted with v ' the sunny climate of this sec- tion. Should he remain with us long enough we promise him a splendid- time duck shootin even though * we have to laL down everything and take him days 01 I Mm M Cír w® if' out a few days ourself. ; Driving Out the Enemy! These are the days of cclds, sharp and sudden, attacking tbroat and lungs, and leading to consequ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 7 October 1904

■ ; ' " '"-W. < ' " vs%;-'0 r -O,. i '''Mffijjk X : ByrWILL N. HARBEN, ' A«tb«r «I 1 Copyright"; 1999. by «AKNCIt « IMT t, OCTOBICK 7, W." "Tfc Land of* the {¡h*n Jf «* fan." "TM North Walk Mystery." ft*. • OBÁPTKR X. ' f: . ' • |HB aext morologKenoer cam* Into tile office and greeted Hill- jrer add George with a smile. 'TII.be banged e# I dofc-t be- lieve-Bob Hanka baa struck bis proper element," he aald."He's turned that, óld atore upside down already. Seed 'ira burnlñ' a half buabel measure o' Uve cockroaches jeat now. Stores all about bad to ahet the'r doors, tba> waa aeeh a stench. Bob's got his coat off an' up to bia neck In business. A. fel- ler told me Bob was thar at 5 o'clock to open > up an' swept out hlsse'f. sorter call th&Fa good Joke on Lib. He's always keepln' hla eye peeled fer somebody to lend money to án^ over looked his own boy." Half an hour later Hanks slouched In and sat down In. hla accustomed place at the stove, kenner was eying blm curiously, a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 7 October 1904

w: Powder is ness of the . use of essential to the family food. \>v ''c ' • '• • • Yeast ferments the food. •' Alum baking powders are injurioi . Royal Baking Powder saves health. ROVAl B«K|KQ POWDE OO.. NEW TOBK. 3 cabbage culture. (By W. Bretaohnelder.) Continued From Last Issue. Rows" should, be about 3 feet apart for the large varieties, with plants 18 to 20 in. apart in the row. The smaller early varieties can be planted some- what clqsér in the row. Plants are ready for transplanting when, they have formed 4 or 5 good sized leaves. , It is advis- able to . do this work during cloudy or rainy weather, as it will insure a larger proportion ot plants growing right on with- out anv check, which is not the case if transpfantiug is done during a hot, dry spell. If it must be done during such a spell, do it in the evening hours and water the freshly set plants. Keep some plants in reserve to repair damage doné by cut worms, which are^Utten quite troublesome when plants are itst se...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 7 October 1904

V ¡¡Pflll i . | . f " .. ,VV : 1.. — *■' !'!' ,11 i,«i '¿wrtS i' u • "Í'- f' -JL— L, ; v ■ — rJ _ i m?3 &tt A.vfe |ia> -. - ■mBH SI mmm V M i* ¡SI . STAPLES! STAPLES! mr' warm w^atjier can't l&st all winter. -L_ * '■ y- ■■■■■■■■■■■■IB to get ready for the cooler wave coming; Our store ifc running over in every department with new, clean Merchandise bought; at the LOWEST possible prices. We are going to make it to your interest A \$y'in your'fall supply now, ' * * * * * * * * ■ *b * > i.'.'., .v t ....... ... . 1 '.1JI , 5= - ' ■ ■■■«■■■mtj Extraordinary Prices for SATURDAY and MONDAY. I TV • igfl rM«l i 'i • I 1 I . ' r I " WíiÍÉ| H *\*!Y r ■" j i1 i ¡i.-i .' mmm 32leached ^Domestic Plantation BFeach Domestic; sott ' finish, 5g value, Our special ife "i- vP ' ■ < 1 S:rni m value. ,r................ 4|c Lonsdale Forget-Me-Not b lea c h' domestic, 8^c value,Our Spe- cial price....—...... 7 c ron ■ Sing ham. itwü ^Al| our regular 5c checked ginghams " ¿four Special pri...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 7 October 1904

•V ■ >• V W&; 0m ■ M . I II I II .l.tff A SAILOR'S FORTUNE, m HM s§ ,'X Locates « Big Oil and Asptutft Field In Mexico and Secured It by Lease. Captain G. P. Da jay, of the schooner Mkrtlia, was an Orange visitor Monday and Vas regis- tered at the Holland hotel, where he was seen, by a Leader m$.n and asked, for some details re- . ifarding/his oil tind in Mexico, mention of which was made in the Leader when it occurred last year, Capt. Dujay repeated the story—as it was given in the Leader, at the time—of how his "vessel ran into ah immense stream of oil off th'fe Coast oí Mexice and how, from the rig- ging ot his schooler, he traced the streapi to its source and after troing into port he employ- ed a Mexican lawyer and began -r.r.' ■ léhn te bro 1 oveí three hundred men, women aud children ot these itrange uced to leave •* to dwell • Altercating, pereon of a bilioue habit will derive mat benefit by taking one of these pilU. If yon have been DRINKING TOO MUCH, they wiU prompt...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 7 October 1904

mm irít:'0S^l i'-, •" ot • ' . -v; ' 1HH| B P! ij® ?íw®i PJ. fr*; - TTl -• I- 1 •' 1 lo-, Sva**,, ■' , most progressive University in Southwest. Unroll it last year,958.SituatedinTexas' most beautiful and healthful Splendidly equipped with seven modern buildings, t t | st instruction offered in ail regiilar College courses, with ipol ot Pine Arts ^.School of7 Medicine and Pharmacy, School Theology and excellent preparatory school in connection, (penses very moderate. «Tuition $50 to $60 per term of 10 ionths. Homes for botlj men and *wo«ñren at fromj|10 to $15 sr month. J . I i J í t J t t I A Belated Excursion. The steamer J. B. Griffith took a small party of excursion- ists down to PoH Arthur las' Sunday and was rather late _ ting back to Orange, on jiccouU of an accident. In coming out fromPott Arthur, the boat was steaming badly and the wind and tide forced her out ot her course. " In attempting to get back intp her' course, the feed jumps for the boiler got out of shape and it ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 7 October 1904

wc:> H8B «Hll i few fiJaflPg HRB Wiít ■ :/■ BLANKET at onlv 5fto< 50 pairs good cotton Blan- * kets, 1Q-4 size • in white, tan or grey, bur lower price only 59c. • ": THE ORANGE LEADER OCTOBER 7,1904- Cures Winter Cough. THE NEW FIFTH STREET STORE CASH ONLY EVERYTHING REApy-TQ-WKAK. BUCKLE SHOES . ONLS WW ' '86 pairs of m e n's calf ^Buckle shoes Creedmores sizes 6 to 11; 2 rows ot pegs in double sole a pair 93c /-iRAOKK'H 1, "•'Vj ' Vr ■ '■ ■ ir'ii?&?;' Tilia is, the store that is creating 1( w it prices in Orange. . Everybody pays cash here everybody pays the sáme lower price—everybody is guaranteed satisfaction. Not a sing statem;ent¿£ ours will misrepresent or exaggerate—every átíitemeut must be true. i The stock is brand new, bence no goods a're shop-worn or moth-eaten. "CRAGER'S PRICE IS LOWER," hence .the stock moves rapidly. Nothing lies dormant on our shelves. Offerings like the following have much*to do with making this Orange's fastest grow- ing store Ladies' fl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 14 October 1904

Pi ifi , , • ■ mm wmml '■ S«T'- P|0i¡i2 . > m ■■', é flrn • ■ tír gfeS ■ '• j V'V .'" . ;v V j . v Citi3en-1Recor6 Confeolibateb. VOLUME 16. Sfri ORANGE. TEXAS. FRIDAY. OCf)BERI4,140.4, U. J. LUTCHER, President. E. "W. BROWN, Vice President. V® H. STARK, Secrétary-Treasurei, ORANGE, TEXAS '• ,<'rt-"-- " ■ 8e®ra*^H®MSBSKilfl ( R9HI „ = . ' I , 1 '• ir ; "• ' "... ■ '. :<1" ■ .' • ■ i ' ' /ir f ' ' • , ">? •• < ''V, -1* ¡y.- * '.... i J A tWf!k P> yjfj t.„t f'i . \ s ;v 't Milu city of Mills an f ' rV ■ Planers: a Í Star and Crcsccnt , •••"• . ,v/ Saw and Planing Mills. ílBÉf 500,000 FEET DAILY. "■ A . ¿V * HlMjMlfMI MMMH gil ■ ' ■ - / NUMBER 21 ARTHUR L, FORD Kiln Dried Lath ■U, ' ' We Manufac • «i Byrkit Patent 'Wvkik- ' -V hjjJjM. Wi&MMfct: ■ - ■ •.¿Wi.'íií ••• sítb,vÍM w ^ ii'r ., ' - %- MFflÉ< -A1' Pine Log. Our Specialty fr Trade in the nee belt can bardly be said to have aroused itseli fully from the long slumber tííat it has enveloped for the past seve...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 14 October 1904

- ; ' x LE4DE mmt WKM W mmsmm Depart ew line an at Rugs shavvn in shoulp stop they are Fanned by Gulf Breezes. .1 x daáI1a«iÍ $ pmmrgjm* d Rates $2,50 and Up. m ' 'i k$t f aV/ ¡Mmí rn ,•. \ v / f /k\\i / Á v * Testimony of a Minister. •Rev. Jno. B. Cox. of Wak<?, Ark„ writes. "For 12 years 1 buffered from Yellow Jaundice. I consulted a number of physi- cians and tried all sorts oí medicines, but got no relief. Then I bearan the use of Electric Bitters and feel that I am now cured of a dÍ8eaeo,thkt had me in its grasp for twelve yeárs." If you want a reliable medicine for Liver and Kidney trouble, stomach disorder or ireneral debility, get - Electrio Bitterc. It's guaranteed by B. F. Hewson. Only 50c. Oct, WANT:— We wai t á reliable responsible bus an office and r Orange. To the permanent and lucr¡ t is opeg. Address, The. Co., 1311 Main St., Mo. • ' nian to open us in t party a sition lkano ity, 0,. 14-at. L. Miller's ment has on of Turkish Ce • the nicest line ! Orange. The in a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 14 October 1904

y y \K ■ ¿ - ' : , ■ ■ ■;/, THE ORANGE LEADER, OCTOBER 14,1904. . "■ -■■ ,„™.™JiWBBPPírk^ 8HK «ftj§ „;;a I, .„ ^ ■M JIM iBBSi! " •' '■•;• f :.f , .: . VV .fyrm- ,", lUMHi • \ . !««•' •* : Sly.-- s ■/">s •V?l MpBj By WUJL N. HARBEN, A albor of W." " T b • , Land of the - Changing Sun," n "Tbo Mortb Walk Mystery." Etc. Copyright. 1909* ' ■■' ' -i ii lAirik CHAPTER XI, . AJOK CRANSTON lived In *n old ftufetonad, roomy bouse at the end of the widest and long- est street Dartey affordedr~Tbe exterior of the bouse was not very, at- tractive, though It stood on a spacious, well kept lawn, but It . w^s equipped throughout with Sue old furniture the Granstons had brought from Virginia. mmTl - There Were rare pieces of solid ma- hogany in the big parlbr, a piano which was a relic of the dtys of Washington, and Bofas and chairs quite as ancient In appearance. On the white plastered walls hung family portraits in massive gilt frames. t, ^ , It Was one Sunday night about the middle of Novembe...

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