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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 28 October 1904

mm TBEIORAWGE LEADER, OCTOBER 28, M iANGE LEADER. Published every fridaV by '■*' iER PRINTING COMPANY. ..Harris. , Art^ubU. Ford. HARRIS & SORD, editors and proprietors. BiUered At the pontoffloe, rango, Tesan, as ueoond clamt mallmattre. I'BKttS:. #1 -60 par year In adv^nbe Advertising Hptes on application. : The,cup of Congressman Cooper's happiness should now be full and • running over—be has been called a good fellow by President Roose- velt, and has the document to prove it. Col. fc'Salinpbell, of Pales'thfe", 'and Hon. George C. O'Brien, Of Beaumont, will be the speakers at the big democratic rally in Orange tomorrow night. Everybody, should come out au£ hear some gobd old democratic doctrine that will do you good. ; i' it's an ill wind that blows nobody good. The saltwater that lias proven so troublesome and expensive to the saw mills at Orange the past two weeks, has caused the water hyacinths to • shrivel and die, thus getting rid, in a great measure, of a great pest., ...

Publication Title: Orange Leader, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 28 October 1904

:ll§ - ' * — 1 - i"-m* r,: fx WER28.1904. .-f íí! «.■ 'i' 'v^n>; wfáí * AtoMr '" . ¡W Km t w&'i •r4> « ;;f!' ' '■$ ?''$■■■ Ladies' Vests 20 doz. ladies unbleached Vests, long sleeves medium tae^vy weight for winter, cheap at l&C, For next eek only ;.. — 8c 2*for,................,..........15c 25 dos. ladies' bleached ribbed Vests, pearl buttons, fleéce lined, splendid garment, 85c value—Óur price only ,$5c Outings, Cotton Flannel 25 piecfes dark, colored Outing, very good weight, .nice new pattern, (tyc value, but we marked them to sell at 5c, For nefct week onlv.. ,'.'1.. f.........4r|c per yd 10 pieces unbleached cotton Flannel, our 5c number, actual value 6c. For next week only...... :4¿c'per yd Ladies' Cloaks =and Jackets. We have one ot the most complete stocks of Ladies' Oloaks and Jackets in your city, nice, stylish garments., in 27 inches, three quarter and long Tourist lengths, in tans,, black and tancy mixtures from 53.SO to $18 One lot, ladies' Jackets, alxm...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 28 October 1904

■ m '■J . > Z?. REPUBLICANS BLOW AND BLOSm They dee the Handwriting: on the Wall and Whlstfe to Keep up , Their Courage. Parker and Davis. Assured of Victory. Special Correspondence. ,r. New York, Oct. .§5,. 1904. V Senator Sco,tt, ot West Virgi- nia, a-member of the Republican National Committee, bas given out a statement claiming prac- tlcally^evervthing-for Roosevelt except the "solid South." Mary- land he classes as doubtful and little Neváda, with its .three • electoral votes, is evidently beneath his notice, >for it is. not intended to deceive and put out by Senator Scott with that end in view. The Wall Street betting odds in Roosevelt's favor pi ridiculous, and are basecl ion ust such misleading ••clárate" as I cott and Cortelyou have been giving out for publication right along. Next tWy will be claim- ing Sissoüri, ánd then it will be easy to see a Republican raiA- bow over Kentucky, or maybe, Texas. NEW YORK STATE A1ÍD CITY. - William' McíCinley got' inore thdn 150,00...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 28 October 1904

■H ¡■■a .'.'■■■■ t'/v ; J 's;'v'; v^Míí ■"■ ¿V"' c^1;¡ " ' * • ' «1® m «sMr; íW i®. 'ífe; . * ,y?V' ., 5$; n 3?= V'v^-L ' '■ 1 i'-" . ; . ' ' ' •-/ ■ '"'.v:. :■ /.w-v • . \-jp..: ■ ' v^^hí.' 1HE ORANGE LEADER frCTOBER 28, *1904. Sfeüil«iP f" HB# - v jthi W . t r V-V ■#i OTKííí# Hfe ¡si ' Bottled Health ABITA SPRING WATER (Carbonated) A table water Superior to Imported Walters,, acts direct- ly oil the digestive organs. A pure, delicious Spring Water, containing marvélous health-giving properties. Act To-day. Enjoy Hralth. ; Order a Case <*f Abi-ta. ORAGE BOTTLING WORKS, Agents0 Fort Worth, Texas. COLLEGE Offers better facilities for the comfort and rapid advancement of its pupils than any «tber college, a thorough course and a good position is what we prive. We áoeept notes for tuition, payable after course is finished and position is secured. Bv pur method Bookkeeping and Banking cm be learned in eight weeks. Many of. pur students occupv positions as stenographers at the end of ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 28 October 1904

mm: THE ORANGE LÉ4BER OCTOBER 28>1904- ''try-V ■ ',*."' ■ ■ '."==« ■ ' ■ ME I i;: I# J, S. BONNER, President; E . J. MANTOOTH, V. President. R. W. WIER, Treasurer. B.H.BRQWÑ, Secretary. HIGH GRADE jMM* GREASES, COMPOUNDS, ETC PRONPT SERVICE GUARANTEED YOUR ORDERS SOLICITED - - texas°avenue Houston, Texas. Mi - m Table Oilcloth, . This is the gen- u i n e standard tajale oilcloth, ab- solutely the test; 5-4 wide, 8 differ- ent' fancy effects, per yd...;,;.lie THE NEW FIFTH STREET STORE PKllL UlUWtA >V ONE PRICE -CASH ONLY EV'ERYTHING READY-TO-WEAR. Knee Pants. 1 0 dozen Boys' wool knee pants in iwettt dark mixtures sizes 4 to 15. worth 38c to 48c, our lower pricé only........10c . BUY YOUR GOODS AT A LOWER PRICE • ' IN OTHER WORDS TRADE AT CRAGER'S, "r^ No store ia Orange can profitably meet the lower prices created by the new Fifth street store. This is a broad statement, but an investigation will prove it> : : :■ : : : : f : The list below is comprised ot items throughout ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 4 November 1904

V ' - . . ■ ív, .■ ' ■ >■ ■iíil'VlÉSHIiil ■ ■■ •• ■■ Iflííi ■jJWte -:1,\ - i: • . ' ■.'T - ' ■ ■ V ■ ' ■Pl^ i "vV ' ' -:.;V..^ívp;y-^ -7^ ¿V " \ í'j L <Eítí3en Hecor& Jmm .'.kí: ■>• HS9I ■ V" ■ 1 ■;: üü ■ ' 1;" ' ,!«; j¡5 isoltóatcbí y " •• • !',V. • I VOLUME 16; ORANGE, TEXAS. FRII mém )VEMBER 4. mi B* H. J, LUTCHER, President. E. W. BROWN, Vice President. W. H. STA1 1p . •~k -■ NUMBER 24 ítary-Treasurei. «RANGE, TEXAi ipl . . .-'V . ■' * • v "! MANUFACTURERS OF ;w. *x v'^ lr. . ■ r i t ■. . *#íMj V • > - ' • • i) ♦ * f H111 ♦ I p m I t ♦ • M M i t • •' M •' • V-'WV ¿JU«i llAitiU- UU U éÍ.1.JU+,il #,U.LL* ■; . ... . . Star and Crescent Saw and Planihj Milk. Uti.. 1 1 j .i. ' ■ . ' ' ^ K' W1. I--' ■t¡. m\ r. jfiv. •• $;f ^JjT|T^yy^2yyy .v'.' Km Or 1 ' • ' "i 'J of Milk and laners: ■ v) FEET DAILY. r 'V .^O'V • •; ■ .* .. :;',:"íír~;. .1 , ; >5 í-M-i ' fp'". u. "i1 1 —r—::—■ ! 1 1 " ; ■■■ , ■ •■..;■ ■ t, a , . ; . f • ^ , ■ s; < J ■ I ■tM mmmfmmmmmmámmámi V~ i. ...

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

•*w THE ORANGE LEADER NOVEMBER 4,1904 flV'i THE PAPER MILL .WILL OPERATE. New Machinery Has Been Pur- chased and the Mill Will be Completely Equipped and' Placed on Permanent Basis, r Several weeks ago .the Leader mveyed to 111 e people ot Orange the exclusive and pleas- ing- intorraation.that the Orange paper mill "would be equipped with new machinery and placed on a permanent basis by the new owners., the Yelldw Pine Paper Mill company, that information being given by Mr. W H. Stark, one of the leading stockholders, and this week we can go still further ,and stsitfe that the new ^machinery has been pur- chased aud withiu a short time '¡mem me Under all curable conditions Dr. Mehdenhau's CHILL and FEVBR CURE (This Plcttfre od Every Bottle) Coras Chilla, Pevera, Malaria. d«m. Take it as a Genet*! Tonlo and at «1 limen in plooe of Quinina. CpMsandLatarippe. NO J. O. KEN Breaks np Oonghi, JTO PAY HALL. Owrnr ¿Ti $*an«vi£Le. Indian* the big plant will be in.activé operation again. . Ho...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 4 November 1904

What a put yoc if makes y Nnd yet, you ostppnc ■ t ' £ ' ur gray Half, all the deep, dirk, rich color of oarlv life. Th Hair ffift&Mli lu fur I la^dTñúíSI stin, where he e ' a^prdval.ot era'i to a néw nge - & N boncj.É? and nave by the comp- 9 M§ti MO. . i.i- '•' * . WVEMBER 4, im- ===== Where a stimulant is indicat- ■iPi the ibflicKiyi. tate of Old Age. I É¿: ■' | It's sháínefnl «fen youth fails tó «how whiskev--1 proper respect for otó age. but just tbe [ and irreopective of ttl ndice. Fever, Coi Ilewson Drug store. ; ^ Nov! ^VHEREAR letters . Jtt istration of the estate of Robert ¥y .Court of Oran ge County < this the 18th da v.* Of Octob 1904. All persons interested and holding claims against said cut or . .. 3#&£ sb vl&oiljíe f# deep Mwtsflf pMi* Hke latnfeiUack ¿a'd' ptfins tu thé cheat. ÍHve this 'liniment a trial and you will never wish to bé without it. Sold bv B. F.:<Hew« son. Nov. appeal to; C«lt |M =~ '.i zx^tfsz \ I estate, are required .to present...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 4 November 1904

|-v-7*r mm Ewfl' ri m ■sP^v m \Í®?£ '■ 1? ll''f ¥§ -- wmMM& f - . |v.. ri ■ '■' - u i-E i «. •VK^.i w ■ ¡'y'/' '. '"■■ A' «Í;.®.' ':! V^'.w: :'Vu- ;'v.:v^¡''f¿-í'-?'í.?i'V:'-! ..-;' '-frnM ? I®i H['} f V/rf . y^;v THE OJfjiNQJS LEADER, NOVEMBER4,190¿ OTB ===== '■,•( • . ¡- hKtaUlaau. ..'<•' •. ■ && % * * 1 4 + * ♦ * 4" ♦ # ♦ * ♦ ♦ ♦ 4 That GlNSBUKG'S Clothing stock is now hi and ready for you to look at, and if yoü can't find any thing to suit yau yQú jnust be a Dandy, for we have every thing that is new, up to date and stylish at. such prices as GpTSBÜBO is getting noted for. No shoddy goods are allowed in ^hia establishment; and overy thing that does not comfe iip as represented just bring it back and get your money, and we will pay tne fare. You certainly can't expect any more! J " J l Á A A A .A A A A A A A . A ' J _ A i WE HAVE CLOTHING TO FIT ANY THING THAT WEARS PANTS. FROM AN , , . ... . i . : '.-A / ; yVM': ' •. ■ ■ > ~ TO THE LARGEST MAN, We Can Sell You ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 4 November 1904

V, :V.k-! S3Í,S¡ ' >8xg „, „ '« ty. $$ ' fflíWmm Sill 1HE ORANGE LEADER NOVEMBER 4, 1904 n.. tm #1 • ; mi m . f —. ETHEI, JOHNSON and HUOH^FLAHEBTY\ in the "Forbidden Iiánd<( with! which the New Theater. -will open; next Tuesday, •night,'November 8th. ings, and in the training of hi array of little children in insti- tutions and bornes, be reveals nearly every,form of bad train- ing resulting from ignorance, selfishness, indifference, unvrise many phases ot wrong training, unjust treatment, and ill usage of ¿hildhood. He demandeda free, real, . ioyOus , Childhood, rich in all a child's best exper-. iences and interests so .that "childhood may ripen in child- hood." Dr. W. T. Harris, / United State's commissioner of Educa- tion, in his preface to the Jbook, says among other things, '^Above all, Dickens has intro- duced a reform.as to the habit of terrorising children. Corporal pumsbménthas diminished to one fourth of its former amount, and Charles Dickens is the prop- het to wh...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 4 November 1904

¿w$ yM¡ \ Wm Mü w ixi- ¿a _ —A. « if: / - •/ < •x /Ve mu A Pull Line of theseCel ebrated Shoes Arriving and'for sale exclusively bythé : : : : : I h\ v¡ K¡ i • -• ■ W. HI Stark 4. The amount of' ital which HI ttdtf stock M aaid partner** 5. Said parttíerthlp aháM commence on the BTthday of October, 1*04, atfd shall termtna/te on the 17th day of 0 i tobbr,**#. W. H. MoORBGOR. | GEO. V ANDBRBO* ALBHRT ANDERSON. FROM SOUTH AFRICA New Way of Using'Chamberlain's Cough Refnddy. Africa, toe-cure suitable for old A neighbor a child juBt i , over vvuviu that if U** wttu and pat ' Gonffti relief and dtaitod'the baby." k for aale by B. P. Hewsbn. Do you want come and i,"'" "i ''f' '¡i ir ir, I, 8H ÉRlFFS SJtLf. Í (Mrs. Bland m x D. M. Robb ef al vs. Olt4ttx| eft al, No. 628,) and to whifth The State of Texas, reference Is here made for a better de- x County of Orange. 1 scriptlon of this land, and from which By virtue of an brder of sale issued' corner of said division No! 1 a hack* out of ...

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

iW/: '/i . ; ■■ - ' ' ; ■' '•.1 " ■ ■ f : ¡ ■■ ' '■ .." ■ . THE ORANGE LEADER, JÍOVEMB&É 4,1904- ■'mtl $fe mm :: t:<A * ÉR [ ~ W§ «W-M K: >| ■i > fi§|||j I||¡ ——- ft Wm_ ■•'■ ;li";lls! mwM '■'■/ k mBt Sk .. ' ' V •• ■ •: ' ..;'■ . fix ' Él', mm ikk ' .->1 . ♦ *• Ladies' 5kiris. Ill;;; ■ ■■ :. • ; ■ • 3 Lote Lanies' Skirts, plain and fancy mixtures, beautifully made, our $5. numbers special for Saturday and Monday ■••••■•.•«•.•<•,••••••■• - «f * • X Lot Ladies' Skirts, 'manioh cloth, a , splendid garment, our $5.50 num- ber Special for Saturday and Mon- .. I • day...... f|4«8tí J Lot Ladies' black 'Cheviot Skirts, a* very paular garment at$6-50, spec ialfor Saturday and Monday.... .. $5.63 - I ^!n V,': :;M .i >•&£#}*. Our Mai's Thorough Hats At $3.00 are the very best quality. Spec- ial for Saturday and Monday..'y... $2.69 and Express brings us something new. Our house, with its two floors, is bulging with an immense stock of fall and winter merchan- dise Ou...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 4 November 1904

Ir gm ■ ^ < ' .• ' ' ■ —, : ' ' NOVEMBER 4,1904- H ■■" ; r-'V'vV*;/. J'V ■ . ■' .. •'í - í - K'y'M : E&i , i> ®;1 sbmsb-M ,,. \ ■ ! ÍÉfeiÍM : IliHi ü m: - w)Wp^W^,:.' ?.'.?.' •VV-W' ! .• "TC?'5* are fiülv prepared to s comi heeds of the people iilllHtt e and surrroundirig tow ¡afija CLOTHING FALL AND • ■ I 'I I- I I ■ li I '" i • 1 ," ' , FLANNELS GOATS AND JACKETS Fanned by Service First Class Mg£t$l 1 T xcellent tlmmmmlmmm . „ m y; ^ éííiém SU Th llov 111 EVJl-OI 1 m\J lid 1 Rates $2,30 i fld Ip. Elk j I I Orange, Tex. JaS íes mima, TO ■ I :■ |.',y..'- - v.. — FOOTWEAR FOR MEN AHD WOMEN . Fine Piece Goods of All Kinds. Ladies' Gloves ||= and Hosiery, Men's Working Gloves and !■" Gauntlets, Mackintoshes for Menand Women Slickers, Rubber Boots, wool Shirts, Sweaters —■ ■■■■■- ^"7"T—.: r~: : 7~ iffy if E In fact, everytliiug for fall and winter wear * Í1 .. - - ■ ■ Z ■ T Í * I''1 men, women and cuildjíen. **■ f ««■ * ^fejrisw tram Wo . Ij.n. '•*■ " M fesag '(A( «35 agjg jaS...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 4 November 1904

Author -f of Cbtn|i|| Sun." "Ths North Walk Etc. Copyright l*fS. m THE OKAJfGE LEADER, NOVEMBER 4.1904- _ Jw V' iii CHAPTER XIV. STRONG man 1 to be fitted who deliberately ahuna being thrown Into contrast with a rival more fortunate in the «•* timation of the world. George was like a sensitive, high spirited dwarf trying m avoid seeing tall men. Tho whole town was gqlhg to hear tho.gov- e^nor's address the next Sunday; the whole town was talking, of his admira- tion for the helle of the place. For tho remainder of the week George .was on- certain what he should do, but when the eventful morning arrived he wen.t to a Uvery atable, engaged a-hOrse and buggy and drove out to his mother's. He might' hare chosen better, for the •ordld surroundings of the farmhouse, which hafl never'seemed like home to him in tbé highest sense, only made him feel mbre depressed. on . her apfon. "Why, all:,the i merit, it%eemftto me,.ha« gone in town • to see the governor, bat somehow I didn't care to go. ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 4 November 1904

1B¡ #4; MfiSffl : S5 V." . " 'yV ^ ^ ^ ^ THEORAHGÉ LEADER NOVEMBER i, 1904 PSlP Jl . '¿m Bp- t —— You Buy It at TheOld Reliable* I usic House> You'll Buy it Right. Conover, Cable, Kingsbury, Ellington, Hamilton, Schubert- Pianos that Please. ??WHY?? Because they are honestly made and honestly'sold.You get more.than^valUe received when vou buy aCONOVEE Piano, CABLE Eiano, KINGSBURY Piano, ELLING- TON Piano, HAMILtON Piano or SCHUBERT Piano. You save trouble and worry for yourself when you select any one of the above high grade Pianos for your home. ^ ^ . & . The (Old Reliable House is hot only Headquar- ters for the very best Pianos and Organs* but is also Headquarters. for everything known in music- The only music house in Texas where you can buy any and everything musical. 4 # & K.B. PIERCE & CO.. (The old Reliable Muslo House.) 573 Pearl Street, Beaumont Texas s CRAGER'S IS ON FIFTH STREET. ONE PRICE- CASH ON LEVEtAND AND (tHITEHil-*- r .„XI i. m 8®1® «ft' • «nit of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 11 November 1904

(■■i :* i m mm WMá ' v'- ":".r ¡>';rv:V HPIMraM E5P9I í«&, -.-rnvr- V villi (íítíscn-IRceotl Consolfóateb- ■ ' ' wk - \ j'-1 1 I VOLUME 16. -k: ORANGE, TEXAS. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER II, 1904. ■a—i NUMBER 25 . . ' H. J. LUTCHER, President. E. W. BROWN, Vlee Préstdent W. H. STARK, Secretary-Treasurei. ORANGE, TEXAS r0^'c: ^MU MANUFACTURERS OF THE MHK II " jfe m*. UN NiwN Star and Crescent Saw and Plaiting Mills. m (j' • t M f f t • 11111 m 1111) H11 H m 11 H' ((t H • t ♦ (411 |p$: w-\ . I ■ ■ ■' v*> It I IH tiEw w Planers: (pLath it Patentig||| Sheathing Lath — . —i of Mills and FEET DAILY. We Manufábturd any product obtainable froin a Yellow ; ,. . , . ~' — and Yard Trade Timbers ; ■ . ■ ) ■ ■•V*'. ^ V--■; Sjpecialty===i|iS|==a: —¡— J M'Áá ' . vf" ' " : ■"■ . ' Our Mills • ■ . .■ -' •; ... .. . ■, ■ are at ORANGB 1 . When You Want Quick: Service " M , Send us YoutOrders ' ' ' . ' • .. ■ Houston; - - Texas. mmmm SHINGLBS PROM Louisiana. T 11? ,1 ■ni i £ ¡"7 R^nBffWwFyffrWW W WJIfl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 11 November 1904

A if M¡ ÍS9* j ' ~ 'NGE LEAD Eli, 3%: ■S&^ W* mm mm mmiiMmM " 'i -'>:vV, ' .■' . >'■ ■. 'iSsSB ¡í¡ i''"'"í$jt . ' ■ , Are coming and we are fully prepared to supply the needs of the people of Orange and surrounding towns in I*',' • • *'• • íál FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING OUTING AND WOOLEN FLANNELS FASHIONABLE COATS AND JACKETS FOOTWEAR FOR MEN AND WOMEN Fine Piece Goods ofAll Kinds. Ladies' Gloves and Hosiery, Men's Working Gloves and Pfl Gauntlets, Mackintoshes for Men and Women L t , j ,, W'f i, ' •' \ " V ■ w?j¿ 1 t < '' *1 1 * ■' Rfv Jlrh -t ■ V.' • '• * •; ' • ' :■ IpfIf. y.,■ : li&lj' " ' "" ' " • ■ - v- . ; ' , .f r ■ NOVEMBER 11,1904 IUli Fanned by Gulf Breezes. Rates $2,50 and l)p. X mmmt m m WBl ÍL &5&I •JSstít •¥& Í |¡«¡¡¡l Slickers, Rubber Boots, wool Shirts, Sweaters. ■ ' - —•m ■ ■ ■ ' p' 1 " " "' .8, ' ' I In fact, everything for fall and winter wear for men, women and children. It Where it will gi ve you the best results, this you can do by b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 11 November 1904

Vy er^.V- ,' "■'''•. V,Op.> '. ■:V'-iIf ti®##- •■•■. 9 r:-' pi m ■* ' ■ iM,..,y',- hr MEMBER 11, mi ' -rsr 1 "■—m W * ■ dear myself, lived." — By WILL N. HARBEN A Miliar of W." -Ih« Land of Um Chan|in« Sun.- "The Nwr'th Walk Mystery," Etc. Copyright, 1903, by HARPER « BROTIMS ' " 1 " • CHAPTER «V. ■^NB evening after supper In the middle of that week Kenner met George Id the office of the Johnsfon House,, the only hotel In the place. It was, full of traveling «alesmeo and wagoners from the mountains, who bad come in to sell their cotton. "I'vé been honeyfuggllh' some of 'em Up," Kenner smiled, "tell- ing 'em thlB Is the best market, an' so forth, In the south. They'll kit-to ba- llevln* It after awhile. Ef you hain't got nothln' to do let's walk over to Bob Hanks' store." Qeorge. agreed; and they started out together. "That boy's a big puule to me," Kenner continued thoughtfully. ^Sometimes I think Hlllyer did right In backtn' '1m In his business, an' then ag*tn I think maybe his ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 11 November 1904

"*í . «* ! . mi #■- ü .■fe * Í.i . ' m ' ¿ r W. j^S'f Vf i fmMmw NOVEMBER IRE ORANGE r vwm*u SHERIFF'S 8AL.E. The State oí Texas, bounty of Orange. By virtue of an order of sale issued Out of ttve honorable District Court of OraoflQi gou'nty, on the 27th day of Oc- tober, A. D. 1904, by the Clerk thereof, " jn the case of the, Lutoher & Moore Lumber Company vs. Graves, Bland & Co., No. 177ft, and to me, as sheriff, di- rected and delivered, I will proceed.to Bell for cash, ^ylthln the hours pre- scribed by lftw- for sheriffs' sales, on the first Tuesday in December, A. D: 1904, It being the 6th day of" said month, before the -court house door a Bald Orange county, In «the toyij of Orange, the following qescflbéd prop- erty. to-wit: ' Horned cattle estimated at about 8(H) head, marked and branded 75; being an undivided one-half Interest in said cattle, and which said catftle are. running at large on the range in Orange county,; Texa , and which can not be herded and penned wi...

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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 11 November 1904

on I; .V& • ...If ": rT m dH V' ;' )& ¿ ,^Arr-. 4Í4Á M IN ORANGE. Day, an Uneventful 'Bl¿c- n, and « LlghtVote Polled. ^ l'á'f J ¡4 Í. i '■. election of last Tuesday one of the most quiet and ntlul ever held in Orange, such «intense interest had manifested beforehand. e is no question but^ha* of Perrell election law is con* to ■■■■■■■■■■ e to quiet elections, being Bazaar a personal matter, .an improvement Over the - - gV 1 ic lanot p^tngMd hanllDg, • * «I men in fred beforehand, with is surging around the polls, there is no loitering at the the voter gets his ticket reacbtog the voting place takes it out himself or as by one of the election ofli- Leader on. Wednesday noon printed a special elecr bulletin containing the full official returns except one small box, beirig the first official re- turns made public These were read with avidity by people who were particularly interest- ed in the outcome of the lojcal, tign. For the benefit ot ¡adere who have not seen }i returns, w...

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