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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 9 December 1904

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 9 December 1904

anuHwv'-TOAK' HwidSSwRSRw ..'■¿i 0 rfc S .- BaPEKp fí%® Jjf| -; 'l^^J|||Pp '. • 'X¿"íy.:. 4% *'■V - ^r}yyfir■'•'i)^l ' -yh■ ■ ' i " 'V> ', • «. v • ■ ■ ..'■ • - . . . .. .:?:<: ' ' ' * m<rvn #\rk ^ fl>v *i * TI ^ r\ 'W TI T\t /I Tí I#1 11 TI n /I •« /\/^ / * TTÍR rtRjí VBE T.EjIDER.DECEMBER O. 1001 I 1 Originally Selected y Wide World 27 EXPERT - oí Wftm •* v i f <rti wmMm From All GOODS Rouss Racket Store Tetas M. J. WEST, Proprietor jEaSsS®! 5B-QSWS1S HE Has had iiis ^headquarters" at about every other place in town, but has found that this store has the. largest anc best assortment of HOLIDAY GOODS and TOYS, so he has come here, hung out his flags, and taken up his abode with us IIe says he has traveled nineteen hundred years and never before has he seen so complete a line of Christmas goods in a town of this size. A City of 50,000 might well be proud of a house carrying such a large and complete assortment of presents. We can, beyond the shadow of a doubt, sell fo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 9 December 1904

m mm tm AV: m — TBEORAm. T~ ■•!■ >í M ¡V :?m t 1kP®W'^';'Í ".1 i1 1' i. i III .11 ^wnmnmi. «I,- IIIIT ,"I,-,mn. Hi-':, jjp Appoint {Constable «nd Settle the Old County Surveyor. .1 meeting tff the issi oners court was on last Thursday, the first imberf with the' fol on last u >f Decern ig officers present: 1, J. Wipgáte* counfy judce Ing officers TMHh WWI J. Windham, commissioner Slnct 1. pHH M. Lewis, commissioner met 2. G. Gravett,. commissioner :inct 8. ■ _ 4 D. Harris, commissioner jrécinct 4. B. M. Johnson, sheriff. C. L. Goodman, county $. W. Shoiars, Jr., county at- iey. was? orderedjthat the tax jsor's official bond be fixed four thousand dollars. )rdered that the official bond each constable in the coünty iked at five hundred dollars. )rdered that1 the official bond f, |& H. Russell,'county treasur- í JFpr the school fund in the sum ri«tt thousand dollars, with M. 7 Anderson, Cha9. L. Block tod J. 8. Anderson as sureties, >é approved. v Ordered that the officia...

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

. . ■ : . ' . „„„W T. r X . :mk[yaám SIBBSSHNw-' "■ "" " ■ ■v 1 ■•Wm Mmwf\ ■ ■"<'■v; ¡.;v .v'4 , • -iy ■ : ' V ■ mmm LEADER DECEMBER 9, ÍM¿ life' || ¡ Jfü>^ ÜÍ ivy W •' wI 11 ÉfSI -mmi I f ^siiSil We wish to extend to our friends and the public generally a very cordial invitation to make our storé their headquarters while in town next week attending the Carnival. We will be glad to haVe you stop in and rest at any time. Our stock of Merchandise is Full and Complete, and we are always alive to the interests of ourselves and our patrons by showing the Newest Productions, and meet- ing all competition on prices. ; g *£ & :.M & & ... £ & & & £ Ipil FOR YOUR CONSIDERATION W y ■ i jDress Singhams- Mi 15 pieces Dress G-inghams all new Pattern, worth 10c. Our low price was 7|c,' Special for next week per"yd.......... 6*c 10 pieces Amoskeag Apron Check Ginghams, worth fyc. Special tor next week per yd 6£c JCadies3 fascinators. 8 doz. Ladies' Fascinators very goo...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 9 December 1904

mv. m** mmmmá PPjT^i 51> $3* Kg THE ORANGE LEADER, DECEMBER 9,1904- Wn OR; n has the sajne effect. ■HHHHi IN MEMORY OF THEIR DEAD. 8. E.i Hold Anntpl Memorial Services. Orange Lodge No. 286, B. P. ma will curb the'young, and act as a sure Specific for the old It is purely vegetable—contains no mineral poisons. >> NONE QCNUINKWITHOUT GRANDMA MHR'S PICTURE l-ABORATORY OO.t NEW York PARK ■i ■ A SUCCESSFUL ENTERTAINMENT. Concert Given Last Friday Night One of the Best Ever Seen In Orange, But Poorly ' Patronized. Those -who atended the school li- brary. benefit, concert at the opera house last Friday night enjoyed one of the best local entertainménts that Ihas. been given In Orange for a long time. The entertainment was given by the faculty and pupils of thfc. An- derson school, assisted by the.ladles of the Woman's Home Mission society, the proceeds being divided equally be- tween the library fund of the Ander- son school and the parsonage repair fund of the Mission society. T...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 9 December 1904

b®W-i' TEE OÉANGE LEADER DECEMBER 9,1904 us ibroochitis, and coughs of all >u cannot take any- ►etter than Aycr's v Cherry Pectoral. Ask youi own doctor If this is not so. "* uses it. He understands ft soothes and heal . 4 ■ terrible conch (or week*. Then I WrtleCteTc«X0.' M'd OD,T °n' B. DAKFOBTH, St. Joieph. Midi. J. O. AVBR CO.. '"lor Roughs,Colds The Teachers' Institute. The second city Teacher*' Institute of the present session of the city schools wll be held this aftfernoon at 3:30 o'clock at .the Anderson school building. The Institute meetings are generally held at the High school building, but upon the special invita- tion of the faculty of the Anderson school today's meeting will be held there.. , Death of a Chit J. The friends of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Sartorl were,shocked end grieved to learn last Monday momintj of the death of their little nlno-moathaold child, which occurred Sunday night. The remains of the Uttla oui were laid to rest In Evergreen cemetery on Monday af...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 9 December 1904

í í#'' ■: ..■■■■ , . . ' ■0®si m ■'11 TÉÉ ORANGE LEADER With the Lumbermen, CONTINUED FROM PAOE ONE here, in'prder to prevent the possibility oi such criticism ia fut- ure. . •'..*■ • -jr. L. Boyd, traveling' freigfht agent of -the Mexican-Ameri- can Steamship company, with headquarters in Galveston, was ^ . . ^.v , n.. Vliii — Mr. Rl; §iM ! <'■ IP ¿¡ • MP' i- in Orange, yesterday ínterviewine: the lumber shippers, y Boyd stated to the lumber reporter that his company has ar- ranged to put two new1. passenger steamers in;td the- trade next March, tin- Malm {ind the Dagfin, these, vessels replacing- the Iris and Fár'mand now engaged in the trade. The two new ves- sels, which wUl.make regular sailings out of Port. Arthur . and Gal yes ton.for Mexican ports,' will have accommodations for twerrty->fivé cabin passengers, and th«¡ company Vnll make a ■specialty of looking, alter passenger traffic betwe'erf the ports át which their vessels touch. The company is arranging also to ' ad...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 16 December 1904

PS &',v 1i l 'v-Vy • ;." y VI '' i' .A' - ' ®l®!$ "f / mmmM MA'?, .'-. • &■■ -M I !r .•*" : .' • ' S¿ ' •: ' rr - ,:; V ••• '? , - .'■•> fw\ } ■ I íi • ' ■ Utatéo BER 16,1904. ORANGE TEXAS, ry-Treasurei. J. LUTCHER, President. E. W. BROWN, Vice President. W. H. S ORANGE. TEXAS • ¡ mil MANUFACTURERS OF THE ira ¡mm wlwm Wmm Star and Crescent ' ' 1 • ' - >1 • Saw and Planing Mills. Capacity of Mills and 500,000 FEEI DAILY. aíütt¿sLii íÉv i?y?:'ky£% \f¿ Lath Byrkit Patent LiatH We Manufacture obtainable Pine product •T. 'f- ¿k: > • Specialty- - m ppiM¡FF' ¿WPpIM 1 HgHflMflMf * ili *• V J r ■,! number 30 ;W BY... WITH THE LUMBERMEN The Lumber Reporter's Peregrinations ^ ver ihe 5ivc'vst Ríoeds. ..ARTHUR L, FORD. • ?.4 : &uKSmriI Our Mills are at ■ ORANGE - " V ' • ' " • _ When You Want Cypress Quick: Service shingles from Send, us Your Orders Louisiana. ■ It T. JiKS-Lukr Ci. #i: Houston, - - Texas. . - , ...... ¡HaiVí.* Éfelll -*■ we ARC IN the market for your order ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 16 December 1904

sil wr — ¡«ipí! ü :■■■ allémebíencies THE FAMILY DN THE FARM FOR MAN LINIMENT klM KILLS 5ERM5 Sloan's Liniment í ¡¡ultíonly by druggists ,ind dealer;,, never Dy pedlers or street fakirs NONE GENUINE WITHOUT OR SLOANS PQHTHAIT AND SIGNATURE ON EVERY BOTTLE OR.EARL 5.SL0AN 615 ALBANY Sí. BD5TÜN.MA55 ml A FEAST OF GOOD Initiation Follow* ta tor 8#k\'ihones knept speed and cl« Ü S§Jp the ad* a -amphlt ch^uhftét df horse chariot. The wheels revolve the chariots lurch and swa jTTSr at f Last Prtday hl|ht w¿H an eveM In Eastern Star ¿írcles in Orange, the occasion bejng a special méeting held ' «ainíñit íor the purpose of initiating imo the j g¡V(jr8 mi behJnd order a class of twelve candidates , . .. , who had teen elected: lo^menibershlp The U11^-;l8 ^ ^ at a. ^bvlojis mwUng, The Masonic ,¿-tél1¿r waIT¿tW •'Vi- in. which the i^eeMags ol..the f(,r movns alotie- and thi>- Eastern Star art held. l>a<l been dec- , ■;h*4l . liter for t e • occaflon with $r$ fioweqt, showing the eiabl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 16 December 1904

JHHBh 'iiH Íi'íáili ,'#i:,':> ÍUtivV'^ólnC>! ' ,! ■■■''"• .;.i;'.'i,i . '-t ! kr i. —ornlBg. iliortly .after thl Jim ftémuu- 'Pffilf Etlllyer inet On tbo taaltt street o ; the vil- MHttl tin* on yore casfe,'' she told him. [be only troúbfe/ia t&at you are too. ckwurd to help. I serve you up with rerént gr *y . at,every pap#!- ak § $11 on tUé «Méfioairtl ta ■I if daU^ wouWu't up Jra business? The w'ust big Jh Ptb is the rfott tbitt youbg " tblul> they c«n ftfe# ralBlH' aJ'aniJJy. Bob couldn't prosperity, I reókpri. Mrs, Pugn Mrs. Styles has disibisSed sob the rost o' tbó wéelc *a n' is w about the campus, on her bands tóyr feet, ip tbe air; It seems tb it i««i J&a.Hurt mm-rii'- ro"1i8r"n,1tTi" thüDlrt IndjP' ainfitfifliwri Kenner's boniest face reddem ifeard I'm gtttin' too Old, Mrs. Hlll- 'erir' he J.u.Jiigh; pleasure. "I ;ive<you &11 the time "Worry W^^pfed. "What doe* *®Pm n ith e [y rd s msfe gal is anyway. Mrs. styles is a re rd It will bust up the Instit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 16 December 1904

WM ■ iiíil i'-;" iK' | ¡fe 'ffifflfc:1 y 1 •</ B& THE 0JU JVG1 1,.:, .-lyfrv, With Royal Baking Powder there is no mixing with the hands, no sweat of the brow, Perfect cleanliness, greatest facility, sweet, clean, "healthful food. ■&r" Full instructions in'the "Royal Baker and Pastry Cook" book for making all kinds of bread, biscuit and cake with Royal Baking Powder. Gratis to any address. ROVAt M""''' r-n , —in (l«M «T.. NEW. VOftlt. erlcan LETTER FROM An Interesting ¡Letter From This For-A way Land Wrlttén by a Former Orange Teacher. - Superintendent S. B. Foster of tha city public schools 1b in receipt of a . most interesting letter from Prof. B. X!. Solomon, whp was principal of the Orange High school last year and who resigned his position in order to ac- cept an apointment under the United States government as a teacher in the Philippines. He sailed for. the Philip- pines early In September to take up his work in that far away country of Uncle Sam's and is having an...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 16 December 1904

BBS'' i ,i«n ■ ... • üü Bh JE?4Í. M'-: ff ,■ ii m ■•;>:•• ■; MWfi: ■ • MMM '• ...4 • ' . fc íl ■vi; rv.- :-v-'v , . ' 1 ' . ■ IJ', Inllfá ¿fl § ■ .-i. i ¡É ! WlBÉ mm 4;-. ■ II I ♦ m , <„&■, ■; ' . . _ ■ 01 • ■ K; * ■V* 1 sipl1 '■•• • I "u .-'I ... sg- v~tr-l >'*« ';'P I '■ :-;v: I I i ' 71 H> i' ]'0'S^yi'S: i: "■ ' v ' j ' ' ' ' I • -Ví'ífví:>v'A:'-s::Ví^ , Above is an illustration of the i*. ... Ai ft ;mh ■ mmbm ffiiS *! it?? Which has been sold extensively in onr city and is the most successful recent pattern In sterling: silver, .v .v .% '' (' ' ■1 '' : '.'v- m P. Hfttfarlanb, <smalit^ jeweler. ■ i ¿ .i j if k.

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 16 December 1904

:or *n ufe- ail I Attorncv-at-Law. rrtJbuiins. " t **' !1 OSt SHI. sen ree ud- an- e's ory IWB Of ^ho rep to th« m« no . aJL mui : ■/. ' r ■ : I •i-. J , . ^ 1 I t\ 2 ..i ¿ ,-w -jj; fi * ■ \ ►r Li . JL.. 5U «1<3 'n#1trion irAll linnróvpr tn rail parlw JI wr>

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 16 December 1904

mm P ID®**® 5 fí—rm PR ímmrn^ t K RHi L ■ I i#i m •'"V. , ¿ 1 . • • ta _- jhe last week before the Holidays we put the KNlFE DEEP! into the price of hundreds of items a„ hrough our Immense Stock. This is unusual at a time when tradidg is always so heavy and it WILL you NOT TO WAIT until the last day as lots of items will be rapidly closed out. ^ ^ ^ 7* WflBK 50 pieces Dress Prints all full stand- ardí thost.ly r^ds and grays In this sale only s... 20 piéces 31 in. figured Percales 10c, quality, moétlv blues and reds,. in this sale per yd. only 4c He 'Dress Soods. \y x 10 pieces All Wool Plaid Dress Goods 42 in. wide, assorted colors and splendid quality 50c, values in this sale only 25c per yd. You ought to see this. A Big Reduction all through our,Dress Goods department; but it requires toó much space to describe as no two pieces are exactly alike. If you are interested in Dress Goods it will certainly pay you uqt to overlook ours. Tfyen's Clothing- As this is the time when you are...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 16 December 1904

.'if'..' Y i'iv' , ' ' ! 1\ 'I • .> '•• - ' {*• \'' / ' vvp ' ' 1'' ú1 I . r ] • ■> THE ORANGE LI ' lADER n E*Sp#:; if W tmm* WM for any emergency. Your ayatem may be in «tteh a condition that sitting1 in a draft or cool, nijght air may inflame tnucoua ¿iembranes of thethi so that a siege of coughing is brought on. any complicate of this kijid by having conveniently handy in your home o¡r medicine chest, a bottle of ipj:,';! ||p: §1 The formula of this remedy is prepared from an old and tried family recipe of Dr. Park of Baltimore, and used successfully in his as well as the practice jol other celebrated physicians xox years. ¿ IT CURES COUGHS & COLDS Consumption inlts Incipience It relieves, and often cures. Asthma and Bronchitis. Whooping Cough and Croup, mIaSedV CHILDREN'S DISUSES are instantancoft&ly-checked and cured by its use. • V At ml Drug Stores, 25c and 50c Once seen in print, Grandma Park's face will never be forgot- ten; so look for the picture. None genui...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 16 December 1904

• í í. MeMi* «W¡ m our hair, It. If Is your vc it. - Ml r.. J1.iw.lll* «II. í'd"i¿B8¡¡fií M>: Wff short line that has* a. .'news- fix auth: im InformaUon wholly reliable that the Orange Jway, running has teen sold consum- the latter l)ction com- the road .The. same news that ghing off istruct- haW¡ tb take up his coming conference year,. Visiting in Beaumont sin< the guest of his brother, J. ningham, cáahlWof Hio BekuraOnt Wa tional bank. Mr. Cunningham wUl ;t%m-wpmp " >/am¿m ^ cv'W ■ arrei CHMW ' > .'J ; ' part of. last v pány-' from Buna to information cont thé Frisoo contémp from a point; neáf ! tug a ll«e to New Mill' M po i 1 itsin Louisianr rates .to and Texas. Conventiou excursion i;at£s on "-1 -'" M^Itb, . 2(5 ,20th, Jack Higa terior of bid in some 'very laying tiling ' hustler out of: 'WfflM1# M % V;$i¡ /entente. 4: itlfylng the in- by putting and Jack * W8 ,8"' wni , gujd Jan. exas S\vin'e Breed- Waxaftachie, ■p ipprap i veution excursion rates* «rogation will ...

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

«¡§=11, í,J$mv ' fil |||M^w^p^MMMSai |¿gy||g^ j,r "v-xtr''■':'■ •"■■" ■• <-... ; v..f. , 1904. ', ., ' . . . ' . ' '' '. — mmmmm Special Setting- of Men's Fine Worsted Suits New Nobby Clothing—Worth More—At Only $10 To forcibly demonstrate our position as leaders in splendid Clothing values, this sale is launched just at the time you "wantJp, new suit. " • '• ±'*.. ■ l ■'.* ' ship throughout workman These garments are made of fine worsteds; patterns are nfeaj; Pall effects; \ irougbout intimates the made-to-measure man's efforts. .■. corkscrew to the Well the Pick bow-rrright dunbg the holiday rusn—at oniy fiu. mmtmmmmamKmmmmmmmmmmmmimmmmBmmmmmmmmmm modish others are worth $15. bw .Oxford ¿rey corkscrew suit—military Cut-r-for the, dignified gentle- man; worth Fine worsted suit for the youth and ¡man of slender build; overplaid design; dark effect; worSi 12-50 Pin checked fine wor- sted. suit—-a? style that suits any taste-stylish- ly built; slims or regu* lars; worth. • $15 16 o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 23 December 1904

. IÉÉP li m py^ ■ ■ ■•-. . . - nm <™™ - mMHE - . .. ■fe.-. (Mn!® VOLUME 16. —r—. AM'^Í Ui —— —— ' • ' ■ '.'i i :; '?■ # íís'-; ORANGE, TEXAS; F B. J. LUTCHER, PresMí E. W. BROWN, Vice President. H. STAI '*■■■ '•" , "*>* ORANGE, TEXAS MANUFACTURERS OF THE |V|TlíWlTliYl'l ."(,' HMnwiDmiwmmimmininwMmiiHHH'.ii. i m 11 11 f f) H, 111 m fi f i t, t i 1111 j i, i (i, t i m i) 111 ti 11 [Vsysw of Mills and Star and Crescent ^ ■' ' ' :"í' f . Saw and Planing Mills. y 500,000 FEET DAILY. y ' ' i'v . c" : ' • ■ ;"'v^ i f ? ■I n WW w olíbateí). EMBER 23, 1904. NUMBER 3|> >t i^*Treasurei. ■■■■piatil Byrkit Patent **■' Sheathiner Lath mmmim We Manufacture any product obtainable from a Yellow Pine Log. mméAM ■: Mi v Wml Railroad Timbers, Heavy Joists and Yard Trade Timbers =Our Specialty= mmpmmmm . ■> • ' Our Mills are at mm JMR) - 4 ? '■ ■#'. Send, us YourOrders ... 1¡i¿K - " ' '■ wF 5V? ¿r m .. IV. S-L ■ 1' -:'1' ;,''W «E <• ' Houston;- —— SHINGLBS FROM i '<-:S Ml' 'X' 'i' *...

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

few Oí Letter She ' to/1 / SM *r!; £V. « SS tliHi 'illllll'lilllFMl'IIIBBIil lili IIHi il'i'l llil MS® your , name volce'at his elbow. t la," replied the turned and saw a on his breast a* u« silver in his 'CS®, ):y '' '-i ~< L'í Christmas .Sketch By Zoe Anderson Norris ■ ——— '. fCopylght, 1904, by Zoe Anderson Norrls.] i HIS Was tlie .Christmas letter she wrote bino: I think, my friend, thaWt would be best If you remain where you •re. Of course you must know that It. la not because I don't want to see you. I do! i do! But there are many reasons why I should not; why it wbn'd be best it we never met again. In the.nrst place, after a succession of sléépless nights and heartaches. X have learned to do without 'you. t have learned to live quietly, com- posedly: rising, of mornings and going about niy work In a leaden aort of way. It Is true, but calmly: without much hope of happiness—without any, In fact, but. Also without that feverish restlessness which Invariably follows upon .the...

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

1 f* ' WmSSmm&mi i I SMWttMMSNMSM'WfeiP'ft mmmmmmmmrnmmmummmtimmM m&m n—irmwui in in nm wann iimaaiwiii— *« "Tka W* rmpmffmmtmm ■ Copyright. 1903. br I4KPER CHAPTER XX—Continued. 'Moneylí" echoed Kenner and Hlllyer in a breath. ♦That's what I. said," answered Bob calmly. •' % ■; .. "Then you married her fer that," ■aid Kenner «ternly. I . "No, I didn't," replied Bob. "Tbe truth ltír I liked her before I «knew abewt-it, She suit; me tiptop, and I can't help it If abe la well off. She's what would be called big ricb in thia part of the country. Her father left her several blocks of business bousea Kln Louisville. The rent on pne batch alone is something over five thousand a year and will all come to ber when she's of age. Her guardian didn't = 333 = ' Kr'". 'V 4 i I •f.! I . "There aimft a bit of harm in a fellow > marrying money." think it would be best for it to get out down here before «be was done school, an' so he got Mrs. Styles not tegmen- tum it an' made Dora May pr...

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