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

j¡&!? ¡r mt & te SÍ ' ■Si * •¿í'\ W) EKÍ it i, CT.' , ;' M mm B^IWWi 9L. IBM |iM^r ' ' '• -^-v" w« ■ .(, wmmi if Vi, %®5 m THE ORANGE LEADER. PUBLI8HED EVERY FRIDAY BY LEADER PRINTING COMPANY. j. L. HARRIS. i *BI!í.ü£í;-FoRD* HARRIS Sc FORD, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. Enured at the poutofflco, Orange, Texan, m seconú claa# mail mattre. i'BKMH: |1.50 per year In aarán#e, AilvertUlttB R t® « > application. The ."one crop" idea must be driven out of the heads of the rice farmers, just as Tt has.been out of the cotton farmers. When rice' farmers generally recognize the fact that they can raise other small crops in addition to their ricé and thus save big feed bills then will they begin to majke more money out of the business. Orange has led a strenuous life during the past week, with its Carnival attractions, parades, theaters, balls, and other amuseihents. Well, if a person can't be happy and good natured iff Orange there is no place on earth where he can. /.*• .; • . a • Sant...

Publication Title: Orange Leader, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 23 December 1904

■; .vW « m re succeedsd In making aucb Arrangements with iat we can offer,FREE, as Premiums, some of the 3St popular books recently published. •BOOKS EVERY OflE SHOÜÜD HAVE I To those who subscribe or send in a new cash siubscription before January 15, 1905, we make the following unprecedented offer: ^ \ ; 'Pv'M LEADER, one year, - . , . $1.50 Any i?pe of the following books, regular price, 1.50 Regular price ot both, $ J ¿I' )ÍíLY TO YOU BEFOR JANUARY 15, 1905, FOJfc Books delivered at the office of the LEADER, ot any one of the following books: Your choice ft David Harum. EJw. W. Wescott. Grauatark. Geo. B/MeCutcheon. When Knighthood was in Flower. Chas. Major Alice of Old Vincennee. M. Thompson Virginian. Owen Witter. Master Christians Marie (Jorelli. The Crisis. W. Churchill. Choir Invisible. J.L.Allen.', Right of Way.' Gilbert Parker: •Janice Meredith. Paul Leicester Ford. CastléCraneycrow. Geo.B. McCutcheon Mississippi Bubble. Emerson Hough. Quibc/ Adams Sawyer. Chas. Felton P...

Publication Title: Orange Leader, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 23 December 1904

P -:y ' ■V r, , • '" .:'■ ' Ji") ■ , i> MM ■■■■■ " -.V' !';' - V '■ '' ' ,• "'■h ^ WBHBHMBHHBBHB ««&■ i You Heed Not Until Too Late ^'«O, fu BC WELL IN A PEW. DAYS', JU T COHTRAOTfO A SLIQHT COLD. V i'll leave 't aloné i 'twill wkar it «Lr out". here again l« ex- Amplified the frailty or the human being, in having over-con- > fidence in thuir "constitutions. . the moment-you contract that COUOH IS ¡THE TIME TO ACT-WHY DELAY* V.£j I (Jrandma's Cough Cure By Its action on tjbe mucous membranes of the tbrotat and bronchial tube«r ®j reduces inflammation, soothes and heals the affected parts, .thereby ward- $ ing off complications which might result in chronic throat and lung trouble J| f«l„ none genuine without grandma park's picture Af«o"d®°° I Park Laboratory Company, New Yorli Actual Results in Orange County What One • Enterprising Grower has to Say qf Experience in Raising • Produce in This County. Truck His The wrijter has beén requested by .the editor of the Orange Lede...

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

■í;v- ■ 1 ' .' , vf TB find a home oyer's Cherry nts know what children: breaks eetorál tip a eold in a single night, wards off bronchitis, prevents pneumonia. Physicians ad- vise parents to keep it on hand. It cough DiMUeJa 'money inn bur " l« cough* of Ind. 0. AVER CO., Throat, Lungs btybc Ayer's Pills Is greatly aid the Cherry In breaking up a cold. storal - : 1— .1. - -J-L-L-iLiU., '. , ' sum Mrs. and Mrs. Will Bland went to Houston last Monday tor a short visit with friends.* t Hon. James B. Sargent, dep- uty collector of customs at Port Arthur, spent last Sunday in Orange with his family. The Methodist parsonag* Orange was the scene last I d*y. night of'a happy gathering of people, the occasiou being a reception by the members and friends of the Methodiqt church to the new pastor, JRev. H. T. Cunninghan, who, with his fain ily, had arri/ed in the city that afternoon. Nearly one hundred gnests called during the eyed- ing and paid their respects, and the "pounds" left served as ...

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

isa TEE 01 m ¡gps. — mm SvV >M;. r- •'. «: Ei v't.: :,• w: wüi* í . 'V gEV? míi mmmmm WB¡ WISH YOU K: - V. ft • t' —— r¿(£ IS LOWih* iíecasuSNLY"1 Koliday 1?lr a©--A:ll tlx© Ti m.© A { CRAGBR'S FZ RIGE IS XjO-V VER 1HIÍW1MHTÍ illiTiffillfÉMMfílHilU i ir (U*< H PlP%W'' Captain R. L. Martiu, who has been engaged in the work of sinking the well for the John- son'* Bayou Oil and Mineral company, has found ;time hang a little heavily on bis hands since work was stopped on the well. Being troubled consider- ably with animals of some kind stealing his chickens, he secured a number of steel traps and set them in his ben house last week and as a result be now has more than a hundred coon and mink hides, which are valuafc and ijrlng a good price in t market. Captain Martin thinks right now there is more money in trapping "varmints" than there is in drilling oil wells. ——. ■ pi''A Vs V PMVHs&vfl Pe-ru-na, Used ¡ is A Great The Palace Market Corner Seventh Stféet and Green Avenue, A •...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 23 December 1904

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 23 December 1904

I.VÍ;' * 0ié# christmas The Orange Leader mmá i IwIanager. MANUFACTURERS OF , Sized and Dressed Daily capacity 100,000 ft. Large Stock of Dry Lumber on Hand. bers, Sidin , Etc. bpecial attention pa to export bills, and to special grades and sizes of Timbers. Our ,facilities for prompt n l'! 4_ . .. _ i . ■ 1 r^ll • " 1 1 * ' • 1 1 k jl k jt ^ jft , -jm « jm ^ ^ ^ shipment are unsurpi d. Shipments máde by rail or water. M. T. JONES LUMBER COMPANY. iw Address all InquL to Main Office Care I If made at our store afeNSiire to!ease in every respect. No more useful and attractive holiday giftd ay'béiound than in an up-to-date FÜRNITUm f . v": ' I J I An appropriate gift for Christr are agents for the celebrated ...... GLOBBWBRNICKB Á ■ . ■ • • • 1 f !¡; . 1 , r. ■. , and have them in oak Or matioga: % Also have an attractive line í)f Ladies' Dressing Tables, Chiff< iers, Couches, Rocking Chairs, ^ a a m ^ ^ i t . *11 v . . % # • t « a v ^ 1 1 v 1 Center Tables, Sideboards, Music room s...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 23 December 1904

i 1 frK. 1 * i m H v§ Nineteen CHRISTMAS N U MBER dred and Four mm THE LEADER PRINTING CO. ORANGE, TEXAS. HARRIS & FORD, Pkoihihokh. íf & & & & 3* ";1 . SOME OF THE RESOURCES OF ORÁNGE COUNTY Opportunities Offered Here For the Small Farmer, Truck Grower, and for Those Looking for ' Good Investments. Orange, the Gate City of Texas, si ands at the Eastern gateway of the great Lone Star State, and, with beckoning hand, calls to the home*, seeker from Jthe bleak north and northwest to come and make his home here, within the bor- ders of a county rich in possibilities and fertile in resources of every kind; with thousands of acres of land that needs onVy to be tickled with the plow and hóeto makeitlaugh in plenty and yield rich stores from Nature's bosom. Nowhere in the world, perhaps,, does the soil respond more readily or more plentifully to the efforts of thengrcutturaiist who, in the proper manner, seeks to win from it a livelihood. Orange as an agricultural count...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 23 December 1904

> , The Orange Leader lo • 1 ;; .. 1 . V. .4 ■■ ■ fS T1IIS is the last week before the II olid ays, we iflp. take this occasion to wish our friends, one and all, a Merry Christmas and a Happy and Prosperous New Yea w. We wisir also to thank'you for wl i ate ver of suc- cess we have had this past year, for without your aid and patronage this success would not have been possible. f E WISH to state.here that we have already begun our pre pa - j w rations ''for the coming season, and we promise you -now that ® v * no house in your city-shall be better prepared to take care of your; wants than we. Our purchases have already' ru'u up into the thous- ands, and our new goods will.begin to arrive soon alter 1st of the year. UR goods have all been bough.t fvotn the mills and their agents, and represent absolutely. First Choice of the new things for Spring. Our ^ aim is tó keep our store service-right up, and to render prompt and courteous treatment to all; and, last but not least, that eve...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 23 December 1904

■Vyf ,^TJ• / : . .. ■„i... *■■•-■■. ■ jp X -4 ,i: '■■ fp ■ ^ >-v '■ . ¿" t;:'.. ?.. •'j % i * li ii ■ . >• ;■■■<*■■. •: :":''.f' •I u Christmas 1904 mmmm The Orange Leader SOME THINGS THE PROSPECTIVE HOMESEEKEB WOULD LIKE TO KNOW. There are some particulars about which a prospective hoiheséeker or investor always wants to know when considering the possibility of moving to ¿¡new home, and a few' pointers alóng that line. about Orange would not be amiss. ~^ HOTEL ' In the line of hotelaccommoda- • FACILITIES, tions Orange yields the palm to no cijty in the south, large or small. The magnificen t Holland hotel , a three •story;- brick structure, has the reputation of being the most comfortable and best conducted hotel in the State, It lias one hundred and eight rooms, each one supplied with hot a ad cold water, while seventy Of these/rooms have private baths in connection. The comfort and convenience of every guest is carefully looked after, the-cuisine is excellent, and the m...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 23 December 1904

v~rí> -1 Vr——;• The Orange Leader Christmas 1904 i ' • f LUMBER OF ORANGE Has Made This City One of the Most Substan, tial and Prosperous in the Lone Star State. Cash Pay Rolls Make Qood Business. [ Ik Any write«up ori special men- tion oí Orange without a review oF the lumber manufacturing business would be like the pláy . of Macbeth with R|acbeth omit- ted. The manufacture of.lumber has beenv the principal industry and the mainstay of Orange for many years and this it is that h^s jnacje Orange the substan- linessflcity that it en. Unlike cities dent upon farm- s for their sup- business is good and winter after ested, Orange, port from the , has always steady busi- d, the labor: ot being de- weather or ps, but Und- ent on an average of over three hundred days in the year at good wages. Many of these labof-ers liave saved enough from their wages to. build good homes and . lay by money in the bank, others have accumulate<jk§noug]i to. go into business for thems-elves, and all a...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 23 December 1904

'íjíffijp m ■ i It)-.. Christmas 1904 The Orange Leader 1ST M AS BY I.I.MMN IT was the dawn of Christmas day, 1812, and over the blue Atlantic, under tbe warjn skies of tlie Tropic of Cancer, was slipping lazily along, with scarce steerage way, the privateer Schooner Governor Tompkins, four- teen guns, of New York. Officers, and crew were happy. Fortune had been favoring them. Since leaving port early in July, some three weeks after tbe declaration of war against England, they bad taken a nümber of British vessels and hod suffered but slight injury. , The crew, «ave those on watch, were asleep, dreaming of sweethearts ashore aud plum duff at sea, when from the lookout at the masthead the cry of "Sail, ho!" roused man and vessel to action. Up from the cabin'bolted the officers, up from the forecastle tum- bled the sailor*, and at the same moment up from the horizon popped thfe sun (which is tbe Way he has .of rising. In tbe tropics), disclosing pltAn ahead three ships. This might hav...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 23 December 1904

4 • The Orange Leader Christmas 1904 I, ' . • : orange, - - texas. james furlong, MANAGER. fanned by gulf breezes and is a delight- ful * I II n a cozy. comfortable home for winter tourists. ss K ' T : : — ' ' ... * ;■/ . _ .• The Finest and Best Furnished Hotel in East Texas .' r Hot and Gold Water in Every Room. Seventy Rooms with Baths. Service and Cuisine the Best. Rates: - - $2.50 per Day and Up. For Special Rates to Tourists and Families Address, James Furlong. ' .■ ■ " ■ ' *.■ * 7!333H0F1 how Then Come Inside and See the Display of.. . useful and beautiful toys In onr Racket 'Department J and you will be convinced that Santa Glaus has really made our store his • Orange Headquarters. AUTOMOBILES, DOLLS, GO-CARTS, TOYS AND GAMES, self-propelling steel toys. Our Toys were bought as-much for tlieir du- rability aiul practical usefulness as for their beauty and low cost. You must see tliem to appreciate the wonderful values we are offer- in s fh jg £. & CHRISTMAS GOODS I MILLI...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 23 December 1904

>. y m 'A í r. & & % * & j •*: & Christmas 1904 The Orange Leader cbe cry of the Ring A Christmas Story By Everett Holbrook a«- "a" diamond!" [Copyright, 1904, by American Pre« * soctatlon.] SANTA. CLAUS hasn't .aged aday. It la fifteen years since I saw him last, end ten more at least since he first dawned, upon my view In the old church and swept away from my childish -niind every possible doubt as to the reality of the cheeriest saint in the calendar. Yét here he is tonight, the same old Charley Clarke, in a buffalo overcoat and a white wig and" beard. Many of his Jests are the the tame, and none the worse for , that. The congregation would protest if he oibitted any of his familiar tqulps. The church has changed somewhat, and' . for the better, but the backs of the peWs are still topped by cylindrical foldings which torment t.h e shoulder blades of adult wor- shiper^. You may know a member of the orthodox éon- gregation in South field by the way be sits down, ...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 23 December 1904

The Orange Leader Christmas 19q4 & * H.J. L UTC HER, President, E. W. BROWN, vie : r~\ E wish all of our friends and customers a Merry Christmas, and* trust the New Year will be a happy and prosperous one. Tiie Lutciier & Moore Lbr. Go. Shipments to all sParts of the World by Rail or Water. Ki ln Dried Dressed Lumber of every description assorted especially for the Western C'ar Trade "We make a specialty of Car SillH, Ciros** Ties and Hall road Timbers. i? if ift ir X 'U-'ü JOHN DIBERT, £ & & 9 £ A « M Manufacturers-of Write for Wholesale Price List Before Placing P fa : • f

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 23 December 1904

The Orange Leader Christmas 1904 é President, SilS W. H. STARK, Secretary-Treasurer, F. H. FARWELL. lit ESOLVED: To make Large Improvements, and buy the lum- ber for same from the Lutcher & Moore Lumber Company / of Orange, Texas. SAW MILL h' ^ hp. <*$• l¿. \ PLANING MILL Special Bills for Any Kindpf Con struction Work Filled Promptly ii£ Your Orders. No Trouble to Answer Inquirie in the Southwest, and O ilr Facilities for Prom] Shipment arc Unsurpassed, t t 4? <4 if ,« " ■ is wwm wl,

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 23 December 1904

•r The Orange Leader Christmas 1904 i-oí* Yoim Gall on or Telephone Insurance Th e On 11 xj;o BBA.UCHAMP & P/lV Bii, - anb investments and all kinds of. Pastries for "Christmas. Everything baked iu oqr establishment is * guaranteed absolutely pure aud clean. . * . a Fruits of (llVltincis Nuts of all Kinds Cb.iidies of all Ivin.ds Í .■ m • g new and fresh for the holidays. , pply your needs. . . ' J ■ • AQ8 BBAÜ0NAMF & 7 V 3X. It •eworks its ■ Fruits' \s ****** IT havp .1 complete, fresh stock, boughtiespeclally for^ Th g Ch fis tin a s , : " ' ■■■ I I ;— Everything needed for the fruit cake, and for the Christmas dinner may be found here. My stock of Staple and JP.ancy -Groceries, Crockery and Peed is always complete. Goods delivered free to any part of the city. Botbjphoues 120. (>. W, 11 A. 1 sis Link Brn.niNG l . ¡Fifth Street "XT W*| i, : >/ánj m •V- Fire, Marine,' Tornado, Accident,' Life, Burglary and Plate Glass Insurance . Ojily FIrst-Class Companies Represente...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 23 December 1904

wt CHRISTMAS 1904 Orange Leader A Quaint Tale of Life In the Nurs- ery , When Little Boys and / Girls Are All Sound > Asleep ' i ■" ......Éíy LíÁWTON JOHNSON ' '• £-•' v vs.- . i Copyright, 1964,*by C, N. Lurte k.N¿ Christmas eve a wax doll.sat' I * on a chair in a pretty room In which a number of ciilldren were in. bed. A . Are'was burn- ing oil the' hearth. ^Stockings were hanging to the mantel to be filled with toys for the children who were sleep- ing soundly, doubtless dreaming of what they were to receive lu the morn- ing. The face rotf one of them, a deli- neate, fair haired boy, was turned to- ward the doll, and she did not tire look- ing at it, for the face, though pale and thin, was very delicately molded. • Oh Hhe mantel were two figures In porcelain. One was á boy in au old fashioned coat and knee breeches, with a sash around his waist and a cocked hat and feather/ His right hand was thrust into his coat in front, and be looked like a figuro ofNupoleon, The other was ...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 23 December 1904

* . '"'-•V. t*¡- .'-t ' - ,t' . mm rrr \ ÍIL ' The Orange Leader Christmas 1904 ; y „ ■ EVERYTHING 3¡or ¡Papa Cigar Case, Gold Watch, Simmons Chain, Krementz Collar Button, ''' Link Cuff Buttons 10k. and 14k,. . Sterling Cork Screw, Military Set, Cloth Brush, « Key Ring and Chain, : 'Parker Fountain Pen, Gold Scarf Pin 10k. and 14k, Gold Tie Clasp 10k. and 14k, •„ Sterling Whisk Broom, " >rella 14k, & 18k. Gold Filled, kJ 4,"«aud 1,8k. Gold tilled, ig. fn Holder, ibert Gold Pen, |ter, Jet, ie, Suspenders, , ife. Id Stud,v btte Razor; iving Mug. Jor 7/fi f ama 14k. Gold Brooch, 14k. Gold Scarf JPin, .Gold Dress Pins, 'Golü Lorgnette, ' \ Gold Hat Pins, Clqck, Cut Glass Bowl, • • Cut Glass Nappv, Cut Glass Sets, . Cut Glass Every.thi ug, Puff Box.* Toilet Set, Card Receiver, Everything in Silverplated, "Lily" Pattern Knives & Forks, Lily Pattern Tea & Table Spoons,'' Everything in Sterling Plate Ware, Fish Set, Game Set, Carving Set, 90 piece chest ot LHy Silver Ware, T...

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

•V'-T y. ■..•y £ \:-h: f '**• # * \ < . ■ sa 4''- #< X m ■'■* ' ■' ,v 1 líB ¿V V" «•> /V. J i • Í/ ■ft1'' y\ Christmas 1904 Hice Growing Profitable CONTINUED FROM PAGE 6 ing more valuable than that farther away- ShouLcl aman de- sire,to engage in rice culture who is not able, or does not Want to purcháse his laud out- right, the irrigating companies "Will Itease laud to him for that purpose. A great many farmers pursue this method, leasing their laud and water from,the irrigat- ing .companies, and many of them have made a success and saved comfortable sums of mo- ney therefrom. There are now in operation in Orange county six rice canals, with, two more building that will be ready for business next season. The two -largest and most important are the Orange Cotintv {Irrigation company and the Cow Bayou Canal company, each of which supplied water ;tjis year {to thirty live hundred acres ofrece. W. Ay Ward is manager of the former canal and W. B. Chambers is~maua'ger of thelatt...

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