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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 14 October 1904

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Publication Title: Orange Leader, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 14 October 1904

1904 the Lot ■Pi ,*;rai> i- 1 $wm- ' l ..Si':':" ' "Esther" As rendered "by the «lass under Mr. Van Aradel's competent i K W' wi MSIIRiMHM 11 ■ ■ i. . \, ■ \ M'k ' r I m % § m in that shit turned as from •■■■ *?- I'm -1 WSj&l Í4 iih.fi,.-,- ..M: cake, die raised m 11 fell or grocer# does m ■PI THC SA( ■jmÉ 'V-: r • v V* w <■ :D CONCERT. U ?MéM' Sfi W^'!¡BemK" TI: ■-■•-""V B ¡WWW . i- iX'MP'fflmqm * That a false note daring the half bóur consumed by these ,, s ti^ns chosen thefbook. ' "r. Van Aradel's Cornets solo wfs a pleasing variation in the program. "The Penitent'! su Malone so ¿learly articula music in sweetness, and power of rendition befittedjhe mpcfo The "Saint audTtiie Sinner' in Mrs. D. A. Ford's sweet, well- modulated voice ^s gfeefc v ■T wvom-nl Uefflnfhed ■■J■■ sung in her rich tones a fitting close to a thoroughly first class musiéal evenioi The Metttotfiiit ic! ■ri-X ;¿' iwmBhíHI ■Ktifa -A-j The only All Malic al iron and steel range ■ the 'market; Takes ' t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 14 October 1904

ÜMI i*" i v.. ' ' \:/X^ ;W' i * * '• •■ IfflÉ ü _. .raaaBi ':• - ' I k- -. s; ' .'> ./•'' ? " , r.* 'íxr":"-"-'' - • :' . ' '* f *' '•' ■■'■ ••V''í5 V>; '"' '- ' ' " t" ' '■ X * t ' i ' ,'/'" . *", s ' "' ' * J **.' ■' • -.;a.' -■*. >.• •;. •« *■ . —y. ríilwmiíT' nfWllMl f>i' '• 4:' --• £• ' " ' i Í'V,'!'' A ni í ■ si11, BM-; ■■ ■fe" ' 1 " '. CT^ip^K V ' '¡ÉL.- '';.,:l ' 'ÍL.' ''' : ■ m ': ■ ' ' ... .. :: V • ■ " . , .■ ; " ° • \í^mi &ÍMmí§' T •'-K: • • : ■' ■" • ..' . f: ;■ 'y-* . v.- ' V," .• \;r fMS ••. • 1 'MMik '■■J.h ■' -4i ' I ;". /? ¡ ' / ■ ; '■■}'.. !;¿¡í ' '%5víS ¿■^ tfálÉí*v'*Ífe&>3-' ¿35 las Íí.-. ^ • - 1. •' ' /. -•• ; 7",' • •"%--•< DAllV méñtwht*. DOORSOKN atland 7 • '*•* •. : & -^*5toornm Cfti? /•'. ✓ íS3t- LF INSTITUTION INTHI t¡ r, vv t lío h t' Villi tin • I -S((nw>. . , . . ' • I |<.I l ' >11 .1 I .1 M ' II,-ii. > i| K p.n Hi C .lit ml.ir oí! ■ you wi ORE OF ORIGINAL i TED FOR THE FIRST ¡ME j fill X PAI.Mí:!! nalTroupeo!J...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 14 October 1904

B3sl ■yi : 1 - l ' i (£yai 'J W'm% ':■■■' ;;#s¿.4? í.\. v7,'" 1,1 — I ' ■. l..,a; V .«•' . In I J *v -is K <■_ r I i "V, jfWMSPss - „ear. At this sale you can save that amount in less than 30 minutes. Note the difference it makes in the price of an article. :: :: :: :: :: I ; :'v- . . mm ¥llRr m i Wmñ 1\i 0f l . ' 5, E2S1& 8W§S *i 1 * * mm *«3 Eli 1 S'¡tv< - v/ írynüa ® tmm iwSS©' W. mm = Sále of TEN PER CENT, Ten per cent, is í^4f:í> I " f# ' ■ r, $1 * ' S ' * I' J r , - 5 ~v s .v jfiL I At 5c. SáMiíÉi mote XUbeee Ladies' $15.00 Tóurístcoats will cost £ou $13.50. Men's or Ladies' J.E. Tilts or Drew Sel by $3.50 Shoes ; will cost you $3.15. < ,j A man's $10.00 Suit will cost you $9,00. did cloth, worth 10c, Mill Remnant price, per yd. ... '5c At 3ic. 2000 vards 86 inch Oánvass worth 4c, Mill Remnant price, per yard 3¿c , At 7c. '* \ ' ' ■ 2500 yds. Lonsdale arid Forgi Not Domestic worth,8¿c, Mill * -Remnant price— .... 7c TJnderskirts made of fine black mercerized cl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 14 October 1904

$#■. 'MÍ3Í ' Ewiíj DYSPEPJIACURE mm f, :i¡Mu, > /, ,1, i THE ORANGE LEADER OCTOBER U. gsffS NÍr. D. Kauble of • Mrs. W. W, Lay- Nevada, 0., was ler of HlUlard, cured by Kod81 A Pa., waa cured of atomaoh JBk of Chronlo trouble which MH Dyspepsia by had effected the uae of his heart ;.., ■NAM ■jHKéli VIRGIL SAUNDERS KILLED. Shot by Another Negro, Clem ,■ JVIorlen, Who is Captured White Trying to flake His Escape, Last Saturday .night about nine o'clock, Virgil Saunders, a •well known Orange negrt), was shot and fatally .wounded of Clem Morlen, another, who came here recently i rom grfók's Switch, on the Sabine & East Texas railroad. It seems thjM: Morlen had started to a |eátival, which the 9< CHILL and FEVER CURE MR pi® ... (This Picture on Bvsry Bottle) Ootm OhUla. Fevera, Malaria, cmm. Take It aa a O on eral Tóala and at aL times in plooo of Qnlnlns. break up Cough , Colds au<l LaGripjK). WO CURB. NO PAY JT. C. BTRNDBMHALL. Sola Owner CT*nnrvilla.I diana BRÉ I negroes'...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 14 October 1904

' '' '' raw ;r mmmm . ■ — «55-7* ,?Tt OCTOBER U, 1004'. . ■ Perils of Laid "*fr Rice Mill Again Busy. I A complete and nob TbeOrange rice mill resumed belts, ladies gW operations Monday morning, [etc., now on displ; after a shut down of a week 0. A. McLeod awaiting the arrival of rough I able milliners, and most progressive University in Southwest. Enroll tlast yeah953.SituatedinTexas' mostbeautiful and healthful Splendidly equipped with seven modern buildings. I J J Captain Wlllnef's Remarkable I Escape show* what to do Tljne.of Trouble. trice. The big rough rice ware-1 Orange are cordia For many years, Captain Will- bouse is npw comfortably filled call and inspecrthl net, says the Times of Glouces- and long wa£on trains - are un-1" $ o ter.Mass., was one of -the best fading there every day, so It is Professor Willi.* WignaUl^^ ■ rnWmm One Of Many. H. A. Tisdale, of Summerton, suffered for twenty years with the Specialists were employed and many odien used but relief and [ permanen...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 14 October 1904

£*$1ÉÉÉ i LEADER OCTOBER 14,190Á- J. S. BONNER, ^ President. E. jJ-MANTOOTH, V. President. R, W.WIER, ' treasurer. B. H. BROWN, Secretary. MWBMB Or Catarrh of Bladder and D. HIGH GRADE ¡¡ffiSSX GREASES, COMPOUNDS, ETC PRONPT SERVICE GUARANTEED YOUR ORDERS SOLICITED, - - 910 1-8 TEXAS AVENUe Houston, Texas. K life THE NEW FIFTH STREET STORE 5p pairs <jood cotton BIíiü- ,kets, 10-4 size i a white, tin- or grey, our lower price .only 59c. ONE PRICE CASH ONLY KV'JÍRYTÍIINO READY-TO-NVEAR. BUCKLE SHOES . ■ oklv o o 36 pairs of m e n's calf Bückle shoes Creedmores sizes (i to 11; 2 tows ot pegs in double solé ' a pair OKAGKR'H faORT Qg RJSAld | ^ARGAINS^ This is the store that is creating lower prices ia Orange. ÍB very body pays cash here.— everybody pays the same lower.price—everybody is guaranteed' satisfaction* Not á si ogle statement Of ours wiir misrepresent of exaggerate—every statément must be true. , The stock ,is brand new, hence no goods are shop worn ,or moth-eaten. "CRAGER...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 21 October 1904

" r ffipli K mmMw 'k'¡ i i iMKymi ÍMI-í "4- üCv '■>?•, MI a©* Bf i: 5Ih ' ' 16. f;í' (tití3en "Recorb l '•'■■■. -Si:- 1-1 líbatcí . iüK'. ;!'í'ti «sitó; -í TEXAS. FRII 21. 1904. -■ ■M, SE ""7"* — — 7 ' HtÉMÉM NUMBER 22 -*■ l LUTCHER, President. E. W. BROWN, Vice President. W. H. STi -Treasurer I m i ''"pá ' ORANGE, TEU ""i1"* NmI '■ V v; ■■ l • /, -i ii i -— £3? WITH THE LUMBERMEN The Lumber Reporter's Peregrinations • Over the Sawdust Roads. BV............ .....I.,.ARTHUR L, FORD, MANUFACTURERS OF THE )i —■ -xa— ;i ir-fwF I J ?, ¡M ,;V: )!• 1 Star and Crescent ;aw and Planing Mills. mwm % m mmn: jSf of Mills and anersi vti&! 500,000 FEET DAILY. ■ r diSssSm . •. ¿y^ ■ é<?i mmtsr. Vtrftfi ■ ■— |v t ■ I 'If iv''-; Kip « / IflHHwiw j-ít '¿i'- Lf -J >nt mm&mm sEBkwf-#® We ManUfa obtainable K::7 iy product Pine Log. Railroad Timbers, Heavy Joi^s and Our Specialty: ...v..,;'; : Our Mills , \ are at Wh en Yo uWárit SHINGLBS FROM 7 ■ ■ ' Louisiana. Send us Y our Orders é HH...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 21 October 1904

Hi ni V rptr ItL IIU.I I HW.I.I ■ . ) I i|«l)ii lllllÉllllll.VMiilll'Wjl New Photo aallery. Mr. Ward Jaycox has opened a photo gallery on Fifth street next to the Seargent residence. Jaycox is a splendid photogra- phejv and t he Leader gladly wel- comes him to Orange. Brolce Into a House. 8. Le Quinn of Cavendish Vt., was rob- bed of his customary health bv invasion if Chronic Constipation. When Dr. King's New Life Pills broke into his house, bis trouble was arrested and now he's entirely cared. They're guaranteed to cure, 25c at B. F. Hbwson Drug Store. Oct. Testimony ola Minister. , " Bév ínO. 8. Cox. of Wake, A*k., writes. "For 12 years T suffered from Yellow ^ Jaundice. I consulted a number of physi- cians and tried all sorts of medicines, but • got no relief. Then h began the we of Electric Bitters and feel that I am now cured of a disease that had me in it* grasp •: for twelve years." if you want a reliable medicine for Liver and Kidney trouble, stomach .disorder or general de...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 21 October 1904

Pill IM ORANG OCTOBER 21.1904- By WILL N. HARBEN, Author ef let" "Tli • M á «f Um C h*n i ing S«n,- MTh« North Walk Mystery." Ele. Copyright an IMJ, ly 1AUII • BI01IMS Üto big CHAPTER XII. > ■ jENNER ira at tb cotton comí |, presa tbe next morning watch- ing the gang of negro banda compress and load setreral cara K0HHI m Naw ftagland. place of machinery and the ex- lire aheda and platform eurroundlng (longed to HlUyer and atood direct- across the xallroad tracks behind the irehonse. When a bale of eottao waa compressed there was a loud escape- " nt of steam snd,'#' )!^^^8-' ImWm ^J^and buckle the Iron tía and track "Look out thar, yea trldln' acampF' 13F#IUxI | ü|fo wbo itood too :: mXy. damagaa oa tkat hale j. ef *wd arma kndaadfand^wlt* per- oration. wa* bossing tha others. "Ef ! Sit amaahed ter a Jelly I reckon ball mor eareful.next tima." Jast then aid-Hanks came not at the rear door af the warehouse and lastly picked his way acroaa the cinder strewn tracks. He did not go roo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 21 October 1904

;'v; ■ ■ m< Mm 'Mi § vv'iij jML., T1 THE ORANGE LEADER. PUBLI8ME0 EVERY FRIDAY BY LEADER PRINTING COMPANY. j. l. Harris. Arthur l. Ford. HARRIS & FORB, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. Entered at tho postofflce, Orange, Texas, airsocond class mall mattre 1*6BUB: «1 .CO per year In-advance. Advertising Rates ouapplloatlon. it"" ' f SAND-LIME BRICKS. The time is approaching when the sand-lime bricks will take the place of the inore expensi ve clay bricks now in common use in this , country. • .These bricks, however, are no experiment, since they have been made in Germany for quite a number of years and the out put of the German factories has already reached more than the 400,000,000 mark; While in this country there arfe some thirty or more factories, and more than twelve millions of the sand-lime bricks sold áu- nually. It is said thpse bricks have, in some re- spects, superior qualities to those known as clay bricks. Their appearance is much more at tractive, and the cost ot producti...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 21 October 1904

I.v* |M*- «'IW* ....'■i T .™ p: - The report of the Sunday Schools for last Sunday that have been handed to the* Leader show a creditable «rain, both In point of attendance and in the amonnt of contributions, in dicating that more interest is being taken in the work of the Sabbath Schools. The statis- tical reports for last Sunday are as follows: . . VV'' r ■ Pr&byterian Officers and teachers pres..... 11 Scholars. ... «.«.68 Visitors •• Total attendance...... 78 Collection .^8.tó Methodist Officers«•••• .....•. Teachers. Pupils............ .......181 Visitors ................... ..18 Total attendance... .....156 Collection. ............... .64.56 y*Y«T «n Jmímuj A/in/úi/ trrofri /iv /wo uwptw! Officers and teachers present, 10. Visitors present,.:... ...... .4 Pupils presentr,..............6íi .Total attendance, «82 Oollection,.. ••••••••< ■fggi k a • .62.28 All watch and jewelry repair work done at Joe Lucas'Palace Jewelry store is jruaranteed and -¿fs finished just the sam...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 21 October 1904

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 21 October 1904

V • • inn n* - ~.Á é- w HHBIHHl Wkmmmmm ÉMÉÉÉÉÉÉÉMÉÉÉÉÉriBaÉMaÉi^l ■EEHZaFa S ; $ á ^ " 'Hi !'^vf)/Krv,«iw^ ' / ':, ' -f;. ■■•■' - >■ ■; ' . ■ ■ A; • • ¿M / • % . _ — — . -. .' ———< +-* rTmvi tr 'r'f 1 ..,..,IJL • ynk ■ ri ' ■ - I I jr . m v, ,(. ««,5. -r \«.h Cpf ■ :**. \ yM ■ "I 1TÍ! LJ /X hTG* i I i"T\yi tmVT 'l ■ J ■ —v:--v ■: "' All the new styles and materials in a wide range of prices, from , . ¡U IP; I '- - . * ' ' ' ' • • This department is brim full and running over with more than two hun- dred pieces of staple and fancy Dress , Sterling Brand of Clothing are right in every particular. They fit and tHey look elegant. We have made a ' . 'f. 1 . • • * . ''' ■Mt They are stylish and they are priced Very reasonable. Some Special Bargains ii i' 1111111 i ^ ' riiW' *• K9i But we have them from, $3.50 to $18 ■ ••• - ■ l . ,tf / ' . . ■•.-.■• '• You will make a mistake If yoii don't look through I ,e$I<>«y it," IMSS • j ... . 1 1 ■ ■ 1 " - I ' " : • %-• • , . t ■ '1 ' ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 21 October 1904

ws B'* k: si ÍM! k: II IpP ■IfS '■'' £Vw*l' ffiXWAil Í -iWf-; iii SiPffii ^ mf THE ORANGE LEADER OCTOBER 21,190%• ,-i'« >".. W-'yi •. •¡•'Vi ... . , Th« Democrats Have Organized Parker and T>avis Democratic Club Formed with a. Lari{e and Enthusiastic Membership. 'Orange Texas,: Oct. 151904. Pursuant to call of Hon 0 R. Sholars, Chairman of the ' • Democratic Executive Commit- tre ot Oransre county, á meeting . was held at the court house in the city ot Orange at 7:80 p. mi. Oct. 15th 1904. Hoo. 0. R. 8ho- lars called-tfce meeting to order and after briefly explaining its objects to be, tor,the' organiza- tion of a democratic club, de- clared the first thing In order to be the election of , a tempor- ary chairman and secretary. On motion 0. R. Sholars was Fourth: Press Committee. The President appointed a committee consisting of O. ÍJ. §holars, John Griffith and Geo A. Foreman, Jr. to select and report a list ot names to make up the membership committee. The committee reported ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 21 October 1904

S'f® OCTOBER SI, 1904• U# r.\-J'} Bi Bottled ABITA SPRING WA TER (Carbonated) A table water Superior to Imported Waters, acta direct- ly on thé digestive organs. Apure, delicious ^Spring 'iter, containing marvelous' health-giving properties. - Act To-day. Enjoy Hbalth. ; Order a Case of Ab i ta. ?AGÉBOTTLING WORKS, Judge J. J. Windham offto 5t. -r*; :: : Louis, i ; On Wednesday afternoon of this week the Oriole carried away for a couple weeks trip to tbe sightB at St. Louis our dis- tinguished Mayor, the Hon? J. J. Nvindham. Judge Windham went from here to Beaumont rom which city he, took the Kansas City Southern for* the great city by Jthe Father of Waters. The Leader wishes the Judge splendid time Ih St. Louis,' but is somewbpt surprised that he did not guarantee an enhance- ment of the pleasures of the trip by taking along "some one else." ktnauyiiuii, HH IfM-t Worth, Texas. COLLEGE Offers better facilities for the comfort and rapid advancement of its pupils than, any "her colleg...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 21 October 1904

">-:V ' • ív! J. S. BONNER, President. E. J. MANTOOTtí, Y. President. R, W. WÍER, Treasurer. B. j«. BROWN, Secretary. IS GREASES, COMPOUNDS, ETC ••. V . -¿ f ...' • v7"* ■' HIGH GRADE PRONPT SERVICE GUARANTEED YOUR ORDERS SOLICITED - - ' 910 TEXAS AVENUE .X- Table Oilclotli. This ifl the gen- ii i n e standard table oildoth, ab- solutely the best ; -4 wide, 8 differ' ent fancy effpcte, per-yd,.x.... ftc THE NEW FIfTH STREET STORE ONE PRICE-CASH ONLY EVERYTHING READY-TO-WEAR. Pants. 10 dozen Boys' wool knee pants in heat dark mixtures sizes 4 to 15. worth 88c to 48c, oar lower price only........ 19c BUY YOUR GOÓDS AT A LOWER PRICE IN OTHER WORDS TRADE AT CRAGER'S. No store in Orange can profitably meet the lower prices created by the new Fifth street store. This isa broad statement, but an investigation will prove it- : : : : : : : : : The list below is comprised of items throughout the stock kt their marked prices. None of these are "specials"—the-same prices prevail all the time...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 28 October 1904

,i;k Sfe?:', w * : -Vi <■■■ HRfX; '.'J ' .V ■ ■■.'• - - "i . '■*,<,a . ■Wfc T ;' d(ti3cn-1?ccoc& Consolíbateí . ■ ■ i SWPiWSiPt ■ -M.: ■ * -V ¿ ir" A •' í*39IM)mI 8H ■ . •■ ■ VOLUME 16. ORANGE, TEXAS. FRIDAY, OCÍOBER28,1904. NUMBER 23 *—. ■.;. •-■' ,—~t E= H. J, LUTCHER, President. E. W. BROWN, Vice President. W. H. STARK, Secretary-Treasurei. >:M ..A ■' . ' I.' i'■ «Sis ORANGE, TEXAS MANUFACTURERS OF THE Wto. mm**' II f |i{|^ i Crescent Star anc Saw and 1 ■ tnuiinLimtminiiUii vvvivi wittifffvmumni Planing Mills./ 11 sill ]illiAluUilUllliXl TinniiTrinii iiviiniiniif . i sib '' , ——> • 11 (11' H111{j11 í i 'N't >M (Alt MttWifili t it H } H HI' 11) 11H H Capacity of Mills and Planers: 500,000 FEET DAILY. UjwHnH UÍMJU^MaaíumuMmmmuiiiiamannmna^ __ Kiln Dried Lath Byrkit Patent ■■ J MB , W© Manufacture any product — :Qur Specialty: are at When You Want us Houston, - - SHINGUBS FROM " jBq ÉSfellp'^S Mv'; á$*, WE ARE IN THE MARKET FOR TOUR ORDERS IN PINE AND CYPRESS. 'y....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 28 October 1904

BH Grove's Tasteless lias stood the test 2$ years. Average Annual Sales over One bottles. Does thb record of merit appeal to you? No Cure, No Pay Enclosed with every bottle Is a Ten Cent, package of Grove's Black Root* Uvw PHk. E ORANGE LEADER OCTOBER 26,1904- : -W) , WA'Nrf:-- We want a;reliable responsible business man to open, an office ahd represent us in Orange. To the right "party a per rpanén t and-lucrati ve posit io a is open. Address, The Alkano Co., 1311 Main St., Kansas City, Mo. 0. 14-81. Truck Association Meeting. The regular monthly meeting of the Orange County Fruit and Truck associatiou will be* held on the first Saturday in Novem- ber, at the court house, and every' member is urgently re-' quested to be present. It is Im- portant that the organization be kept álive, but this wlil be impossible unless the members attend the regular monthly meetings, v * |||| ■ Removing; the Tanks. The big iron tanks oi the Wa- ters Peice Oil-company, which have stood so long on Diyi...

Publication Title: Orange Leader, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 28 October 1904

By WILL N. HARBEN, A«th«r «I W," "TI. <4 CkM|U| The M«rlli W«|k My.t.ry." Etc. Copyrigb l)U, CHAPTER Xlir. HAT afternoon, the merchant W89 calmer; bis step wag light and bis eye shone with subtle triumph, " "1 reckon you ort to be serter chip- per." Jim Kenner remarked aa be «at looking at Mm in mild wonder. ''You've madeja fortune out o* that deal. Have you figured on it ylt?"' v "Some," Hillyer tmllecL "That means me an* Hanks, ain't ••goln' to be let into the Becrat," Ken- ner laughed. "Lib, ain't me an' you pretty fools to ■ < t around here takln' In-a few nicke.: mi" dimes when them two is'jerkin' . i boodlu from every p'Jnt o* the compass? As fur aa I'm concerned, I'm a salaried man an' got no Wall street alms, but ¡eí I was a hardened speculator like you I'd crawl Id a hole." ¿ Hanks stood up over tbe stove and tbeb moved to George's desk and lean- ed on it. "Listen, evérybody; Lib's goin' to '■peak." said Kenner, with a grin. - Tbe room was quiet. Outside the 'compres ...

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