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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 25 November 1904

íp. mm TfrJS ORANGE LEADER, NOVEMBER 25.1901 HKf! ■ h ■ ■ hñ ORDER APPROVING COUNTY TRKASÜRIR'S QÜAR- . TEBLT RSPOBT. , ;v' 4 In the Commissioners Oourtof Orange County, Texas, in the matter of the Quarterly Report ot H. H. Russell, Treasurer, Orange County, November Term, 1004,-10 day df Nov. 1004.: V On this 16, day of November 1004, came on td be beard the Quarterly Report of H. H. Russell Treasurer, of Orange pounty, Pexas, for the quarter beginning on the 1st, day of August 1004, ■" ¡ühí■ jü it- • * ^ and ending on the 81st, day of (October 10M, filedherein on the " - r. 1004, ánd the same having been" compared and the Co 16, day of Nov QHHMI examined by the (jourt and found to be correct, it is therefore Ordered by the Court that the same be and is hereby approved; - and it further appearing to the Court, that during said time the County Treasurer has received and paid out of the Several Funds amounts ás below set qpt, showing balances to th.e, credit .Of each Fund as follows:...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 25 November 1904

¿'"""■: .■"■"■ '■ '':r>*;"'v.1 i ;1•*;■ " - ;.1 ■$$$?!*'r< * JfSrolPy ®fl ■ . - ::;~ v •■ ■ . - - ■ THE ORANGE LEADER NO VEMBER 25,190Í- -■ " r '$ «■ j P: t' i BpjpKfflB .fe. •■ v y i« ■ ■ , , ' ' 'V .-.' ■ _ , --. . ■ ,- f««** 1 . ii'i'ii'irt iiiiww—«pfr ; if 1 i +••,' ^ ■■ I-Z 4$ táki «átilit í'lffl rateii I' ^ Imám Jh^uM W>mmt hi In I * 0 •& |$f$] f""' y s ^ ■ ú wm PrU N M w u U.M tó.ü A Multitude of Opportunities to .all who want to do their trading before the Holiday rush is on. Kew goods and plenty of them are Now Beapy for your inspection. Our Buyer has "just returned from a second trip to market this season, and we are now showing some very choice values, and are con- fident we can satisfy every person. * . •* <fc * * ♦ iill Ékl ■ ' • ! I.i? w i'. tfew gays and Purses . We want to shpw you the pretty and up-to-date styles which wé offer at 25c, 50c, 75c, |1 00, And up to... M.MMt $3 50 Pillow Cord to match most any color you may Want at per yard —..— ..l¿_ 15...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 25 November 1904

m mV THE ORANGE lw S|81 P^lgPfflSr •EB KQYÉMBÉRtó, 1904- tí the citizens of the town and it is ^ generally believed that,the pro- position can and will be gladly accepted and complied with on the part of the citizens of tbe town. rl'be mast*,meeting elected ji committee pf twenty-six citi- zens and delegated to this com- mittee authority to confer with and act for, the citizens of the town 111 a meeting with the «offi- cials of the rpad* After the mass meeting1 ad- journed the committee met and organized by electing J.:R. West chairman and Judge.C. A. Woods' secretary. A subcofnuiittee, was1 elected and instructed to conier with the officials Of thlTrOad during today and report back to the executive committee to- night at seven o'clock. This committee will confer with the officials during the day and it is generally believed that the meeting will result in a thorough understanding be- tweén the officials 'of tbe road ábfl tbf citisféné of I3ie town and mBI f x %. Norths Cotton Belt ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 25 November 1904

i ml ■ ' V 1__ ' ■ Mi, iü^.:'V'V; ^ , _- ■ J^ ¿\^T¿ O ;"f< . e know what ill tóod doe- rs think of Ayers Cherry sctoral. Ask yourown doc- tor and find out. He will tell Cherry you how it quiets the tickling heals the inftamecr throat, lungs, and hardest of the controls coughs. the l% for C*l. oo. Hard Coughs ra. — One of Ayor'o Pills «tTSdSme friaaten ¿recovery.* Cently . laxai Wll| iW I ' . • V' y I r i i t*. g/v-k . .V : ; . f L f 111 Where a stimulant is indicat- ed, the doctor prescribes good, pure jfrbiskey—I. W. Harper is the-{deal liquor—none better. Sold by McKay & Griffith. . We carry a large line and many different styles ot heaters. Sabine Supply Co. A Creditable Production. A comparatively small audi- ence witnessed the production ot The Fatal Wedding at the new theater Wednesday night, but those who were there en joy- ed one of the best attractions that has been seen here since t£e new theater opened. The Fatal Wedding is as claimed tor it, a story of heart Inter...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 25 November 1904

J-. -•* —,—_ 'mr ' *' ■ ' 'v ' '■ 1 ' ' THE ORANGE LEADER, NOVEMBER US, 1904- > "!•? V' ''>' '>>".'j..'- 1 ■ 1 *'l'" ''i:1'"" ¡«4 s¡M¿ií3Sm mm ~L «*1 *. 1' ... ,fci„ ; d Sale Opens. Saturday, Nov. 26 Closes Saturday, Dec. 3rd —— Sale Opens Nov. 26 es Saturday, Dec. 3rd will take place at ■Which Every; : mmflm rinA w H?\V te Men's: Youths'; i Which Means s&; Í A $20.00 Suit for..... A f 18.00 Suit for. .. A $15.00 Suit for...,! >12.00 Suit for $18.00 $16.20 $13.50 $1125 Which Means ■,;JU i £ A $10.00 Suit for..., $9.00 A $7.50 Suit for...... $6 75 A $5.00 Suit for.... $450 A $4.00 Suit for $3.60 T— And so on Down the Line it'* Hp. ¿■, ¡i-ka Is marked in plain figures so that every one can see our regular prices. Hence you see the advantage yoü gain. * * * * * * * * * * '% * * * * * * You get Clothing at a Lower Price than you can buy for elsewhere, and an extra discount oí 10 per cent. off. * £ i i This Sale will be in effect for One week only, so take advantage of...

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

. Ú jfcjg íí?,|>vlis- ",'• ' • . - ' - • ': .•■'■' r'i ; f$¡ V; ' - ■ ■ 7. «3®? •. ' - wmMmm ■H . HHHBI msiM ij^wllrni ™m <Iítí3cn-'Rccorb "Consolíbateb- / ■ —r ' VOLUME 16., -! í ORANGE, TEXAS. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2,1904. NUMBER 28 ¿km' B. J. 'LDTCHER, President. . E. W. BROWN, Vice President. W. H. STABK, Secretary-Treasurei. ■M . ' WITH THE LUMBERMEN The Lumber ver IV..;...- .,..;... Repo tHj r's Peregrinations wdust Roads. ARTHUR L, FORD. 1® fc m '■>'J MANUFACTURERS OF THE ■■ / . Héí ñ'ÁW ■ * 1 i l" \ ' Jv.'- Star and Crescent Saw and Planing Mills. ■ ■ ■MM ;::, fe'1'"'■•■p T"■•""■* ~ . MMll'IfttllUt llltlM al of Mills and 'fra 500,000 FEET DAILY. A 1 J .1, i U i ^ X it|j. 1 . t||H 11 itt (t! H t'| 11111 IMt I" HM -r V Dried pfM . I Lath m: We Manufacture jany product obtainable from a Yellow Pine Log. :Our Specialty: i ' i n ■., m&->> ■- . s- '• ' • ) ~T— When You Wiant Our Mills ■ '•• ;V5i;'•'«' V . gSH^w' v ' '6 \ are at SHINGLES FROM A ■MM mi x ■ uuuuu U ' I ...

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

P ¡fif ^ X' ' ®F"- , , ' \ ■ '-„ • \ •" ' '.' "'' '!'' y.' '' ' ' - ■ • "' ' ^.vV:; V ' •■-...' -:-. ■ v'.":.'*:": ".- ". ""' . ; ■, . '■ " . ' . '■ - .'• :•; ■ - ■'• ... ■ • .'■■ " j :. -'■ THE ORANGE LEADER, DECEMBER 2, 7f)0A m ' .. /:■"' i- ":,. ■■■■*■ '';i^"" ■■ \ -is THE WEEK AT THEATER. •it. Orange People Have Enjoyed Two First Class Attractions Week, With ait Attractive Bill to Come. A Visitors * v Impression of Our New Theater. Patrons of the new theater at Orauge have had no cause to complain at the attractions that have Jield the boards this .week. Only' two performances were giveri, but both of. these * were tar above the average and would indjcate,,that the-manage- : ; ment are striving- to give, the . patrons'of the theater as high cíass attractions as in any city IP in thecóuntry.* Monday night "The Jewel of Asia," with 'its wealth ot beautiful scenery, magnificent' costumes and a large cast, delighted One of the largest¡houses of the season. William-Blaisdell, the com...

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

íiflf .. ;l : ■ ' ' ; ; ' '.V v' ?V' " ' ' ' • ' 7," % * • IB ¡ Iffll Ife, v.v-liVi -yirm ■■■■.; --.vv '• 81 o 4 el mm WILL 7 'P+Ws:é, ' , «¡Si Copyright. k£N« Author el "ílbnw ' Dm- -th« Lwd of (1m Cbini i ng Sun,"* "The North Walk My«Ury," Etc. Pim life pi CHAPTER XVIII. v - ugi HEY say the old"Junk shop waa turned ihto a reblar fort last night," Kenner jedted as be alou^bed into the ojjlce the next morning aftexTffeakfaet, a bhndle of letters in his bands. George and Hlllyer exchanged gfancea and smiled. ' "Ygo'd - have though^ «oroethlng was wrong if you'd b§en here," George an- •wered lightly,. Hanks was at his desk munching a 'p^ece of cracker and now and then - taking a sip, of water from a thick, uncleai) tumbler. He had no comments to make. If. thé building had been half demolished during the night be would have Inspected the ruin with supreme ^difference, for it was not his per- sonal property. Half an hour later a man and a woman came down the street and entered" the ware...

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

íS'íjre ' • . -/.'o II ■P K jpjlf, m ife\4 r BHyfevA.v/ $m¿t%. BBÍSSrcW^ SÉ sfc ' ' ,í v" . ¡s ÍJÍJE ORANGE LEADER . ÍS the Most ni j The manufacturers of Royal Baking Powder have had. 40 years of scientific experience. ■ Every method or bread-ancl- cake ,raising has been exhaus- tively studied in this country and; abroad. • The rqsult is a perfect prod- uct in .Royal Baking Powder. There is no substitute for it.; The purity and efficiency of Royal Baking Powder have, been commended by the highest authorities of the World. These facts mean two impor- tant things to nil housekeepers: First: that Royal Baking: Powder is hcaltbftil and make? whqjesome food. Second: that Royal Bak- ing Powder makes food good to taste. ROYAL POWÜER ABSOLUTELY PURE THE ORANGE LEADER, PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY BY LEADER PRINTING COMPANY* J.L. HARRIS. #A«THUR L. FORD. HARRIS <Sc FOETID, EDITORS ANDPROPRIETORS. " Bnterbd at the poNtofllce, Orange, Toirh, a i&cónd cIbkh mall matire. i'GKMS: «1.50 poryu'ar...

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

1¡"1' ; ( . ■m£m fMm VSMBZR2.1004 rrrTí peso ■■■i. th i?" s .' r--i ' Johnson's ARemark- >< i , « nil viUDC me duel vu*u uiau%; w] ^KWui augur. Mr. Davidson says ínera* company, is at ñus 1wwtjie most remarkable ►range again, seige with ■ solitude at nsoh's Bayou, where be has i engaged tor several months ' u.gMy$i5 man Mr. Durldson stated that owing to the"lack of fresh wa ; ter he had found it impossible. s e extraordinary display, thé men fled from the well aim cottld hardly be induced to return. Striking a match, Mr. Davidson Orange, Texas, Nov. 29, o th uca Pabli tree th . it was found "by examination scholastic month, ne that the force of the gas had October fist, and ending crumbled and shifted the rocks *er 25tb, ! *>*■ crumbled and shifted the. rocks iv* IV. „s,i to such an extent as to ent . M. David- doge the aperture* made b« display be has ever seen anc has been engaged in the oil bus- iness for many years - As to What thé outcome of rations at Johnson's Bayou ...

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

-''ivy'' : ■ < -:vi i<¡. .>. JWfeVy; :■■■■ ;'vv fBHBB ■ ■ ^.1 i ■ '. . ■•! .... .1 : . - ..■' 4 I . í'-íl ■ > • 'fe • ' - ü' ■- ■■ ■■■■• < •■ ——. sew tit tit t|t tt t|t tt tit tit tit al# •AA * ni !> TfT t|t 'TfT t|T t|t kIA tit tit tf *jt tit T|t T|T *|T TIT TIT *Jr *It ■ ti? *ir TÍT TJT 4*. rir * sir * aBÁ' gig gla tit tit tt tft tit tt tit it- tit tit T(? *ir *1* •■ >V:Vjy!' • ¡-t •'?;•• cií'/v;''.' .' _Jg5K>: „ • m, ••• ill JL gJL §flL #4U #ft* *$* <4U if# %/jy 4? «é? ^ |mfira*py.v *"•...• i ♦ ♦ ♦ * * TREMENDOUS REDUCTION on Seasonable Merchandise right at the time when your Wants are heavier than at any other season of the year. December , is always a month of Big Business. This year we are determined to spare no efforts to make this store the Busiest Store in Orange. 'We have the Goods, and we start the Holiday trading with some very interesting offerings. It is our policy not to wait until the buying season is over, and; then offer our patrons what ...

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

' ' - J? WF THE Ifll§|$j>..'P ' '■' W 'b:'.|ifijPP'Mái h i j ' , ,J ^11 J41 f' i' 4 ■' ?'v;1 is 11R ORANGE LEADER DECEMBERS, 1904- '■ sS ft JffW? ■' • V^ ®PÍ! y ■". "'■.y. :;y ■ ' ■ . 1 !^'. k^: Pf* Imm llOc 59c i 10c 10c •. 'A- *¿' ' 111 10c they the i sale, mi' 851 85 ' M ~ 851 * 85 "Sr^1 Hi li Wm 'i tH \,:, in Hi From this date until after Christmas we will make Sweeping Reduc- tions in Prices on Every Thing iri our Store. This will enable Holiday secure the best Bargains they have ever been offered in lying our goods for cash and owning our own building en- ,bles us to do business at a less expense than our competitors, and makes it possible for us to offer these Startling Bargains; and every person in Orange County should make an especial point to visit our store during M Dress Goods. Double width worsted, any color, sells elsewhere at J7|c. Sokolski's Holiday Sale Price >.— Single width worsted, sglls elsewhere at 15c. Sokolski's Holiday Sale Price ....... Double width C...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 2 December 1904

" S;vÍ' -'M. ill villi fe' ¿:íI'" : ; THE ORANGE LEADER, ISB piw :'4mi Sn ■■-. <. Dil Barie Adrift at Sea. One of the Big Barges- Built at Orange Meets with a Misfort- une at Sea and Becomes a Derelict. E%v'' fe' fci' m Bp:- m g ^ [ -1 —■ ■/ • i #• Readers of the . Leader who have 11,0ted iu the daily papéis an iletfi Regarding the loss- at sea of the lligtrins Oil and Fuel pompan v'sj big, barge ' Gusher, will be interested, perhaps, in getting a true story of the. mis- fortune to.the big barge, which was built a-t Orange at the Wea-- ver ship yard. Captain Joe - Weaver is in receipt of a., letter from Manager Wa.llis, of the Higgins company, giving the following information regard- ing the accident to the, barge: "Oür barge Gusher . wa£ aban- doned about one hundred miles' northwest of Tortugas pn Sun- day, November.'.18th.. She had weathered the storm during Fri day and Saturday and earl Sunday morniog it grew müc worse and tb^ tow Hbe to the iug boat parted, the life, boat, w...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 2 December 1904

' - : a : : ! > ' : *■ ■'• ■? ; : i'.si'i,, - w .' íí ; .. ■*'( '■, . ' ■ ' "" 1 ' . ■ ' " ■ .' • ' ' ' ' • ' . ' THE ORANGE LEADER DECEMBER 2,1904. ■ ■ ■■ Si " . * . í'w One dose Pectoral at ycr 8 time prevents night coughs of children. No croup. No bronchitis, A Chéríy Pectoral •doctor's medicine for all affections of the throat, bron- chial tubes, and lungs. Sold for over 60 years. § " I have u«*d Ayer' 0 i«rryPectortil In ray famiwtur ei«lit years. There is not luim ni<i l to It for cousin mid cnlils. cspeclKlly tor olill- drfeu." —Mitk. W.vjI. üttTVíV., Shelby. Alu. ..PI 00. W&bm 2Sc..Wc.. All dm for jr. o.*T*n co„ Night Coughs Keep the bowels open with one of Ayer's Pills at bedtime, just one. Everything in the musical line cao be hg,d at the Palace Jewel- ry Store. Remember that! Where a stimulant is indicat- ed, the doctor prescribes good, pure whiskey—I. W. Harper is the ideal liquor—none- better. Sold by McKay & Griffith. Mrs. F^. H. Catron and chit- r dren r...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 2 December 1904

'.S¡v ''''.. ':'',J^''.:':'t'':"^i'ii' '/r[}r:: V t mmmm iiis fH il ,.m. Pl'SPi, w ni )w' ÍSISIp 1 '• ; * THE'ORANGE LEADER -W ■ '? ... ' ~ ,v; With the Lumbermen. CONTINUED ÍPROM PAQB ONE The new dry kilns of the Lutcli.er A Moore Lumber com pany at their lower mill will be completed this week and will be put into cottfmission within the pext few days. These new kilns will largely increase the elliciency of their planing mill at the lower plant which heretofore h^ . had to work air dried . stock exclusively. W |tf|¡ÍÍ|fi i? fe-'' mh sf> • ► f''," . ■ Hfií piL {¡vito. • Bill • W, ' fe' . The Orange Ltimber compatiy has had its pile driver put in W)bd shape and the big boat is now busily engaged in pulling out . the snags and old piling Out of t|ie Wingate mill booms and re- pairing the booms preparatorv 1o .taking care of the immense qnautities of timber that will come out of the lipper river on the first rise. The Booms in Phoenix lake will be put in good condi- tion also to rec...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 9 December 1904

HK7' BUPPp1':"' ■ 'wM ■ , f> ■, ■ m - .■ ■ • m • m : ■ Wmmmv sÉIÉS!ír> III «X- ' SBi 4= . j ,^.r y.,.— VOLUME 16. . -V MptfP Citaen hM: w. toateb. ra Twmmrm. ORANGE, ' v . • ■íSpí. Mm % . NUMBER 29 S;¡^- H. .1. LUTCHER. President. E. W. BROWN. Vice President. W. H. STARK, Secretary-Treasurei j " ' ■" ' ■ wi ANGE, J lh 1 '"■! "J '-J Jjj "J. 1 - ".'i', ' , • ' "T- CTURERS OF TH€ Hi . ) LiwiiLJiiniii ■iViiáiiUkliill unii. inilUilit Capacity of Milk and Star and Crescent ^ Saw and Planing Mills. * « .¿jS- •Sv"* ';r mm • ■■RBI -3>K) •. • -JJ& ~ raw *' •*iV' .'► '• • ' & ■ _i. • m *"4i ? We Manufacture any product obtainable fro Byrkit Sheathin ***- Specialty 1 iilTii tpi ■ ■ (■ ■f«rar\a t by WITH THE LUMBERMEN The Lumber Reporter's Peregrinations * ve r the Sawdust Roads. : Arthur l, ford. . ""'tí I sM RUMBEE SiíIPAtENTS FOR NOVEMBER. ' . Two of-the big lumber manufacturing concerns at Orange re- port their shipments for-the month of November as follows; ; Lutcher & ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 9 December 1904

site!"! KÍ.V:Í . w 1 . I ' l#^ • 5' ■M ■ TUE OH. ÚyOB LEADER, DECEMBER 9,1904- . ^ ^ ■ H • : Vi," i. | '> ' ' ^ , , I •. *mam «V". A. w-,.s ' '''' ' " '' m. mm, ?rr w i j.'J Ü& B /4v PÜ8P1 ss , . . r\v- •• ••;•: "nV" * * CO tt - /' a "'•'ft! \ 1 I :V: • <¿; ;M •'til -•s'4 L- ? .Mil ■ WITH TMf CHARACTER WOMAN : W. H. Stark ®T- Louio.U*' MAKERS. A Pull Line of these Cel-' ebrated Shoes Arriving and for sale exclusively il pM Fanned by Gulf Bréezes. Service First Class imiBHfiBSBHBnH Excellent i «í Rates $2,50 and Up. MkS é, Tex. JAMES FIIRLONC, Manager. m, "#^s . .. V w Where it will give you the best results, this yoacan do by buying your gro- ceries from us. We keep the Best and guarantee every article that is sent out to be júst as represented or your money cheerfullv refunded. Up weights and not down weights is what we give and sixteen ounces to the pound. We.guarantee the weights. WHen WE say we guarantee an article WE mean ft. 6 Try us an^ you will be convinced that we...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 9 December 1904

3f; ' PlllfftS ■ : HB SfjiSiM ?lilslf ; ,.^"f • a#!® ®! 111 '■")■■': '/■'<■'■■ ^ d • ' THE ORANGE LEADER.D&CEMBE vil, 1904 -— 1 By WILL N. HARBEN. I & %k A«lh f of "Abawr Dftn- W.- "The UmA «I m Chin^Ui S««.- "The North Walk * Mystery." Etc. Copyright. 1903, hy HARPER • ■B.fcOTBWM :-M' CI? A.PTJER XIX. |N their arrival at home that morn- ing the two girls separated la the hall Lydia going up to her _ room with a grave look on' her face, and Miss Cosby turning Into the parlor to take off her wraps. Mrs. Cranston Joined her Immediately. "I .IBM In the supmer house and law yon coming," she sáld eagerly. "I thought I'd give Lydla a chance to go upstairs, for I am crazy to hear what you have to say. 'Well, did you meet the paragon?" Miss Cosby rubbed her kid glove 'down from her wrist toward the tips •f hef slender fingers. "Meet him?— by a-large majority, I assure you. We walked right into his den. Your scheme worked, Mrs. Cranston. As soon as we missed the major uptown I tol...

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

P'J i! ¿v -ü T— A 7- X. w, .■Bra^wirp.'w 1 1 Make Our Store K ; , S:.',...1J1.1,/?V'' >■ ■'■■ .!• :'v^. MropH I v, '• "WiMfefe *• I JEE ORANGE LEADER DECEMBER 9, 1901 MMhi s*' ■ >-'i '' •• 1 "iS'S —4. During Carnival Week we It/ill jfcave Capeciallv jCotv ¡¡Prices in i2Íli 'Departments• |fr Vítil ft*1!. '''¡l-iffMiS Ladies' Ready-made Wear; Ladies' Misses' and Children's Cloaks, andjg Jfi j* i? Dress Goods and Trimmings Will be Marked in Plain Figures and Low Figures at GINSBURG'S j No trouble to show you the goods, and any purchase not satisfac- tory your money will be ¿aid back. Crager, Bros* .Old Stand. DEVELOPING JOHNSONS BA YOU. Elsewhere in this issue of the Leader will be iound an article from the Beaumont Journal re- garding a meeting held in Beaumont one day this w?ek wherein.a deal was closed lOr^the development of a pew townsite > hear ;Johnson's Bayou, La., to be calléd Mentz. This is a matter of more than ordinary interest to the people of Orange, inasmuch as t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 9 December 1904

fm «Mí ■fft :> i'' THE ORANGE LEADER DECEMBER 9,1S&4- of wars have given place in the moral vineyard to "railroads rf railroads," and It is in the early part of the seed some developments r that will mean ranch for the general coming vear- in |[ the . osperity of Southeast Texas in general of Orange in particular. nog yes railroad^hOusands of dollars annually and'the r welfare W Orange will hardly sit idly by and ilMp ose Russian ships at Port Arthur must have wonderfully constructed vessels to with- all that they have been subjected to. Blown Japanese mines-, shot to pieces by Togo's, ps, sunk in tlie harbor, dismantled, they still are targets for the JapaneSeígunners on the hills surrounding Port Arthur and every day or two they are shot lull of holes and burned to the water's edge. Wonderfuls ships, dr wonderful liars editing the war reports of that city ¿o raise a fund with which tray the wbatfage that is charged all to de- vessels unloading at the-pier in Port Arthur. Th...

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