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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 7 August 1903

iM ras éHB ' ■J : ),/•V, } * '■ '' íwP®MitÍPií m8m$ \■ ■ • . • ■, ( . - • -v1 ; ■■•■' ■ ■ •■ *>••'/.■• *íík v, . t '•■ " •'r 1 ' <f;' -• -:•• • «* •' -■. v|M*.v.?rM ' -..v -, ^-: . .. . : : &' f ' - -9 S .! tvuJMB 11 • 'W SM" r-n ' MES %: ORANGE, TEX., FRIDAY, AUGUST 7,1903. — DIRECT WATER COMMUNICATION WITH SABJNE PASS, the GREAT SOUTHEAST TEXAS DEEP WATER PORT H. J. LUTCHER, fx PllKSIBENT. [1' 'V Wé ? • .. • v Make Everything an up-to-date SawmilK Can Manufacture * # * If you want ■anything in our line ^ ' ■ -j¡*.... _ «/-*•. write us, wire us,.or pjione us-. • TIMBERS DRESSED RAltROAD MATERIAL A SPECIALTY OUR HILLS ■ RE AT g ANGE SEND US ..YOUR.. VI ■K Louisiana :fmmñ M. T. Jones Lumber Co. HOUSTON, TEXAS. V;^ mm r;; <; " ', :' j ■ " ; ... =5^ 4 y ÍG ¡W" 'V~S ai.r.líl, m mmm mii 11IS® «a p^i Lsb.wfetj2r ■ Sill- '■ rt ■Kril C. BKDCU. MOORE, PRCaiQCNT AND TREASURER. J. E.CRADDOCK, MANAOCR. The plant is Íbcat«d 90 «H-* East 4 Houston, R.%, W. B5 STARK, I Secy.-Treas E. ...

Publication Title: Orange Leader, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 7 August 1903

MM tJSWI Bill 111 Absolutely Pure THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE. of the e rod of m if--" ¡fiara W¿ MEDICAL ASSOCIATION MEETS. Interesting Paper Read by Promlnenjt Beaumont Physician. L. The Orange County - Medical Asso- ciation held Its regulpr session Tuesday and reorganized in conformity to the State and National Medical Associa- tions. , The association was organized and adopted the same code of ethics which were held by the State Medi- cal Association. The National Asbo- _ „ elation some time since adopted a new code of ethics and the State As-l* soclatlpn also áüopted the same code. The meeting. Tuesday w pose of reorganizing the County As- sociation so as to (jonfonn to the new code of the State ipnd National As- sociations. Dr. B. F. Calhoun, of Beaumont, councillor for the State Association, met with the Orange County Associa- tion and read the following Interest- ing paper, which 1b published by re- quest of the local association: > Object of OrganlMtion. i Scientific and Educa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 7 August 1903

lis Bp iph frSbP.i ■ íSaü IlflÉI ga'.T óS S cement of ogpal to Loulbiana and In the matter of Immigration, ac- cording to authbritattre Information Jn railroad circles. Plan - are now be- JtW; I effected whereby any agent -if t?«e ««nit hern Pacific rat'raai" will la- Wjl > :: jCgjj m pe 1 . m Bp • e ifcchang* orders on European^ Asl-Uic, Afri-vn and other iteaimiilp Afrente' all ov«.* the globe, whereby f'in ltifrnera w ho li|v<> i-oiue to tltli country mav rend money and ticket? '.« relatives a'ld friends In other runin- tr(«j to enab>3 them to como to Amer- ica , J ' This propositan has Ju>?t been put UMder.'wa? au.. Mr. Ah«ic -iV*: -ft pre- parlnt, t'o sen I the a nn, 'hip traveling agent; (labe FU- leul. o 'er a wi 1o territory, ariucd with ratea and Information concerning this project, it will be his buslneaa to la •truct agents In this matter, • so, that \hey may quote ralea from any point in the wofld to reach any point In the United Mates on. the line of the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 7 August 1903

nildlng, > Streets. * «í ——T-. •(In advance)../. Bthr (in advance).. mm ....flUO 1 00 srtising Ratee on Application. *t the Postomoe st orange u Hsooni Mstwr. :: TEXA8, AUOU8T 7, 1903. tie ubiquitous pistol toter Is still In the laud. . f . prospects now are Very* fs*or fof a bumper rice crop In Orange unty this year, and the rice, farmers '111 have "money In the vault" after ie harvest season begins. The merchants of Orange could well afford to build that road to Echo, as the trade they would receive from thqt fjurlshJjjg suburb as a consequence . would In a abort time, repay the out- lay. U.-. ■With four- drilling rigs puncturing the earth at different pdlnta In Orange county aimuUaneously. It Bhould not em 3M if jno puu om nitm Suoj eq going to have gushers, pumpers or dus- ters. tus X.. the new Pope, Is said to no Interest In politics and has no to restore temporal power to the ohurch. , This being true, he is destined to do an even greater work for humanity than did his pred...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 7 August 1903

wfiP'i pí 'f11 . - - . " 11 mam.tí; leKdcr. Sii 5r iMntm finé* each succeeding week former Activity Ab might at this period, the market of speculative features, buy- con fining operations to ascertained yet providing confidently t probable requirements of the current and 'coming month. Com- paratively the movement Is large, far «nd awá# ahftad^ttt last year.Tijid Un- der promise-of deferred supply, no recession of prices seems possibly un- . til late The ' SouKi'vpRtera season (1902-3) closed July .list, and. the predictions of the earl" year regarding a shrunken crop fi-r fu ly confirmed. total out- come" It Texas'and Loyifflana being- but 2,800,000 sacks, as against 3,5ri0,- 000 Backs the previous year. Another Ü Halloa at Washington, contains a number of but Important relics of the Con federacy. In a, fire proof vault opening from a «mill room on the third floftr of the Treasury department are the manuscript archives which set forth the diplomatUnefflbrts of the Con- federate. St...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 7 August 1903

A ■neagjpipB ernment' of the spent the day l^lllle Gordon bts returned a pleasant visit' to friends In .«nit. Look out for malaria. It Is season- able now. A fe„w doses of Prickly Ash Bitters IS a sure preventive. B. JF\ ; Hewson, Bpeolal agent.. Captains Murray and Smith, ¿he gov- Inspectors of boilers and i .hulls, • came ovor and Inspected the ; "tugs, Charlotte "M. Allen and George i Sealey and pronouuced both vessels In iflrst class condition. Hot weather sap the vital energy, ¡¿¡j and makes, the hard^Bt jworkers feel lazy To maintain strength, and energy . use Prickly Ash Bittern. ■ It is the friend of Industry. B. F. Hewson, spe- cial-agent. Mr. and Mrs; E. Hf Everett,; formerly of Orange, arrived Tuesday from . att. 'Mrs. Everett will.remaln tfc visit sr mother, Mrs. Edwards, while Mr. stt takes a4wo weeks' trip North, ling Michigan .points. The a Reamer Lawronce left Wednes- day on ner regular weekly ^trip to ^ Beaumont. he carried a good passen- ■;;f ger -list, a greikt ma...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 7 August 1903

l'TTtf íí^S^I ^wfe' K ,; .'{' i*. " w .';f: fe r¡ipí«!:í I^PWHOM, IBM, by Hetbert 8. Stmt ' * • • • By • • • . \ GEORGE BARR McCUTCHEON ,!w: ; , HT H R,Pf [ '< "Should It not lio ve stitches, 17uc1e Caspar?" «skcd the sweet, eager vdlce. "I tliinW not. The flow Is stanched. If the gent Ionian wl)l allow Hedrick to trim the hair away for a plaster and then btuldoge It I think the wouud will give bitti uo trouble." The did man •poke «lowly antf In very ¿ood English, ''tteall#, uncle. Is It not serious?" t'No, no," Interposed Urenfull Ldrry. new It wasji trille. You cannot k an American's licuad. Let ine go my own section. aty) I'll be ready to nt myself as good us new In ten nutes." "You must let HMrick bandage your luted,", she . insisted. "Go with him, HedrtckA'. - Qrenfail aroae and started toward Ikt 'section, followed* by Hedrick. -I trust you were; not hurt during that reckless ride," be said, more us a Saestlon, stopping.In the aisle to look- ck at her. "I should bare been a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 7 August 1903

'"llfi SBBwí ^M¡* , «ad stated to a business and.:everythtag pointed to-*' Within four montas the company will Wtess thinks the company's output,tor that of the past yea^an^ Will sell for ■ neftó ■ log year will prices. There Is a state pi affairs In existence at Port Arthur and, In a lesser degree, at Sabine Pass, that has long been a mendga and a drawback to the export lum- bar business from thin section and whloh bidfi fair to completely abolish that lia of huuinffsH ir fMtrsisted in. This Is a matter that the shippers df lumber ne of business if persisted in. . we complained of for a long ttine, but, It seems, to no avail, as the con- ditions grow worse. Instead of showing an improvement^ This is the shame- less tfay In which the stevedores Impose upon ship masters'and upon shippers, In the exorbitant charges made for handling ships cargoes at that port. Ship* coming to Port Arthur for cargoes of lumber have to pay more than double lor their stevedoring that they pay in other pb...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 14 August 1903

¿KMT t ^ I ri Iml ^ ^ si i f .'■ ^n.jlp«MaMpM I ■ |, - - ■'. ., y- dfc.¿~yy7 ' ■ :;"; '. Í jSjf||P!frJ ■B4 iwSral ,M-: jmmm • «.•«* ,"í ...i..; , .. . ,', ♦ -jr~* hIÍ ORANGE, TEX., FRIJJDAY¿AUGUST 13,1903. i. LL DIRECT WATER COMMUNICATION WÍTH SABINE PA8S, the GREAT SOUTHEAST TEXAS DEEP WATER PORT . 1 ■ ' 1 1 ' ' . , V* '-= •■ ■ ■ — ■ ■ ^— ' — —— 1 Irrb— H. J. LUTCHER, President. . . , 'A E. W. BROWN, Vice President. W. STARK, Secy.-Treas. liif! j ll j mm T PSI MANUFACTURERS OF THE FAMOUS Calcasieu Long ' Leaf : ■*"■ ■■■'■•-■ ' - - : Star and Crescent Saw and Planing Mills Pine m Hf^.i «[ m ■SiCi v. P* ' \ ■ Bi ■ i We Make Everything anup-to-date Sawmill Can Manufacture OI OI «M If you want anything in our line Write us, wire us, or phone us ORANGE, TEXAS Our Logs are cut a9 we order,* Trammed to Tidewater and Always Fresh • ;u ; „ \H sH +H "Not always the cheapest but .you get value received" £ ills'*. ■ 'V ' timbers dressed four sides to 14x32 wnmsasa^MaamBSMBBaBBBaaBSBBtu i 1 11 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 14 August 1903

m [¿"ísfanlV ''TO HH i mm RPsfl • . ' ' • •! ; m POWDER HwoluMirNii THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE m: life'- 1 THE VITAL STATI8TIC8 LAW. SomePhysiclam Have Failed to Make Necessary Reporta. There is something radically wrong irtth the Depantmeut of Vital Statis- tics in so fat- as Orange county is concerned. From the flrSt day pf May up to the first day of August, but 31 births and 17 deaths .Jiave been report- ed to the county clerk, although the ltw covertfig ^l)la explicitly states that a fatttirp to report births and deaths is punishable' by a fine. An- other peculiar feature is that while Lemónvllle is a village of perhaps 300 souls and Orange is a town of 6000 Inhabitants, -Lenionvllle has reported practically one-fourth of the deaths and births of the entire county since the records , have heen kept. To a man up a tree this shows that •one one in Orange has evidently been failing to comply with the law or elBe that one physician at Lemonville hand- les one-fourth as much business as ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 14 August 1903

I•MU'MUIimniHUm Í# K 1 ■""'I'"''"1 'i IE ORIGINAL -allow complexion, dizzine**, _ -Jiousn^iB and a coated tongue I are common indication-! of liver andkidnf>vdiitca*es. Stomach aiid bowel trouble*, evere aa tKey.are, giv* immediate Warning by pain, tNw and kidney trouble , though lew painful at the «tart, are uch harder to cure^Tbedford'g ilack-f>rauffht never fail* to b dliverandt t—*■- — *vh— 'y vw bene- fit diieaeed liver and weakened kid- aeyy. It stirrup the torpid liver to throw off tlie germ* of rever and ague. ofchol ki It is a certain preventive lera and Bright' disease of •With kidney re- — >>y Thedford ■ , Black- jbt thousand* of person* have immune in the midst of yel- jw. Many families live in pern* hralth and have no other doctor than Thedford' Black- Draught. II ii alway* on hand for we in an emergency and «ave many expetuivt call* of a doctor. Mama , S.C, March K>. 1901. 1 Mv aatd Thsdfarft Msck.Drsaght fartlimycar aadlhav aet had togo ¡•afectar ataca ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 14 August 1903

===== A, L. FORD, Kditor. ■ ■■: : id Every Friday sin BuUdtng, Corner ud Fifth Streets. One year (In advance) $1 60 Six months (In advanoe) 1 00 Advertinlng Rates on Application. •acarad at die Postomos at Orsags u Baooad CJsss.ltattsr. ORANGE, TEXAS, AUGUST 14, 1908, mr* m • .Governor Heard ¿wr doubt acta* ac- cording to the dictates of hi8 con- science and his best, judgment in re- fusing to commute the"~sentence of BatBon, the condemned murderer* who ts to hang-at take Charles today, but. there will always be a lingering doubt In the minds of many as to the prisoner's guilt, which has never been proven except on purely circumstan- tial evidence. The crime was a grievous one. and Its perpetrator should receive the utmost sentence of the law, bat it would be an even more grievous Bin to execute an innocent man. Tho County Commissions!*' Court oloaed a vary successful three days' session yesterday evening and a con- alderable volume of business waagotten through -with. Sheriff JqltA...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 14 August 1903

Íll!mZ3i3E LEADER. sfflp® |B1 M ' I I f¡|| Chill Tonic has stood tlíe test* 25 lover OlMflandia Half of merit appeal to you ? No Cure, No Pay. 50c Inflan* with every bottle is • Ten Cent Package of GROVE'S BLACK ROOT. LIVER PELS. U years. Average annuel sales Million bottles. Does this record THE BATI CASE. i ' , ^ "ÍT ■ A "t, .v.'"''''- V < , 1 mim SB Miss Georgia Moss la Sponsor. The excursion given on the Lawffcnee Tuesday night by the Orange Rifles eucceasful of the season. While the amount of money raised by the boys was not princely every cent of It was good,' clean money and thoae who paid got '.'their money's worth," wheth- er It was paid for fare, refreshments or voting for the. favorite to act as eponror of the company. ^ * Promptly at 8 the Odd Fellow's band appeared «on the Holland hotel corner and for twenty-five minutes played ... first one selection and,-then another Just as fast as the music could be «nanged on the racks. The crowd boarded the bofct and LOCAL BREV...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 14 August 1903

in AUSTIN. ' - - «« na.ww ' Rw wOOUg'dBBPv ^ Y Sa^BB SP w aRI^P , y THE ONLY FIRE-PROOF COLLEGE I THE SOUTH. na -'- '••*.. A Boarding School for Young Men and Boys This College is beautifully situated on tbe heights three miles south'of Austin, In abealtfcy and picturesque locality Natatqrlujn pool, 76x84; 1-4 mile track: up-to- date gymnasium. JCvery facility is offered tor a thorough Classical, English-Scientific. Commercial and Preparatory coarse, -with modero language*. music, tfhorthapd, telegraphy,-drawing an tlonal ntudies, under special resident teachers, JL minim department lor boy* under thirteen. Private room* for' advanced students at moderate rate*. The s«d vestr of this well-known Institution ope VS. T„w ... ;n* Tuesday, Septembernth.' catalogue and further particulars, address aug8-taeP15 THE REV. JOHN T. BOLAND. C. S. C., President. CARR-BURDETIE COLLEGE IS n ] AND CONSERVATORY, Or MUSIC. ART AND ELOCUTION I* the peer of any el: sending vour daugh in the North *u for...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 14 August 1903

GEORGE rvipvrto^ W f. hi/ Herbert 5. 5''MM THK QRANGE LEADER. =r- ¡ **l aid not know your name until mf„ niece told It to me after your arrival (B tbe carriage," said Uncle Caspar. "L don't remember giving It to Mlaa Ougcanalocker at any time," said Lor- iy. • "Too ware oot my informant" aha •sld demurely. "purely you did not gdess It." V 1 «01 , no, indeed. I am no wtpd read- "My own name vwaa tbe last thing fon could have raad In my mind In that «rent, (or 1 have not thought of It In three days." * She waa sitting with ber elbows tin the table, ber chin In her. handa, a ttnatny look in ber blue eyes. "Too aay yon obtained tbnt Vul¿ from tbe porter on the Denver train?" "Within two hours after I got •board.'' "Well, that .coin purchased your name.for me." she aald calmly, candid- ly. tie gasped. "You—you don't mean tbat you"— IM Stammered. "You eee. Mr. Lorry. I wanted to tnew the name of a man who came tteerest^tpy Ideal of whet as American •bould be/ As aooo as 1 saw you 1 knew t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 14 August 1903

- . . ' Lumbermen. from First Page.) ; Si Si á¡Stt$l$á Louisiana. the logs being dumped Into the Sabine at Niblett'p Bluff. Oránge ft Northwestern and Its propose extension *1 peni-trote large i of pine lands owned by other milling interests here also, and tt is only «tío of time until other mlllB will be receiving timber over this road, too. One side oí the lower mill of the Lutcher ft Moore Lumber company has __i In regular operation for some time, owing to a scarcity of logs, but now it the Orange ft Northwestern has. begun making regular deliveries of Timber, the mill will be operated to"Its full capacity. That the Leader was correct in Its BtatemenW Tmade in this department -last Week regarding the .conditions at Por,t Arthur that were working a hardship upon lumber shippers, may be Judged froth the following letter received from * prominent lumber manufacturing concern, who are large shippers through , Texas ports: ;í $ "Oranae Leader. Orange. Texas. : "enOemen:—I have Jpst re...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 21 August 1903

:■ .■íM',if;-RVH,!i:;' ,„., rok k*HI mmmMmmmmmmmm ■■p Q *0$&. ijf.á:$s: MmiféWff' Wmm$ ¡ra p$l|M ¡ i ppilvf,;ií'í:; ;:'i p /'v^ •■'/.:■ ,.,• , "f.-y: •- "■•.>•'■■/ «iíTiWWW??* >J<.*V.v. * n ....,i^ -.,,, «.¿w ORANGE, TI «raí íaffiWK! >>i>í stÉ^iij)i4éiñM^ wW¿¡íSí? * •; 'u ' : Iffiw "■•■■/'■!—frjün* HHmH |^f^9|^||||SI|||P^||j||| i*"ü"; ,."... .. ■ • ;■ ." . ...• i-] „ -•■ ORANGE, TÉX., MÍ0ÁY, AUGUST *1,1003. 11<?-t ¡i-'i, y 1 i* i • i. !■ .J f,.'tin i, i'! • — .. ..¡i ..i. in /1 —. NU1 ¡=SÍ m. jsm ■ II i ■■¿lIMfl H ■'■" WITH SABINE ■ ;|?^'""iif ■«"""■■■■ ■.■■ t THE GREAT #4®: — '"'? T" , TEXAS DEEP WATER PORT — If .':'.■ ■ -í-Í:.'.■"■*« f.t . % H. J. LUTCHER, l ' >V;>.rtfc ■i!,.-v -.>v.,tKi v tti |t*rt fttMI fclfH "'' * ' ' *•* *' W PWWBWT. -*>.« ■ ■ •'', : ■ ■{ B. W. BROWtt, Vice President. W. Bf. STARK, . SECY.-TftEAS. Hp^JH ' r*-d, ,.«¿4*." MANUFACTURERS OF THE FAMOUS" ¿ , , ' •JT'* ' ,'■'■■'■■ • ■•! Jl : Long Leaf Yellow Pine Saw and Planing M...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 21 August 1903

I bat -.KM near ; have in the that and >v,„. thatls their ■ when your kiflneya are weak iar, you can understand bow r your entire body is afftSbttd aHfl r organ seem t® *«11 to do it* , are sick or " feel badly," be*n great kidney remedy, Dr. 9vamp*Root, because as aoon '« pmBMMI m he other organs to bealtn. A t convince anyone* . i are sick you can make no mi a- tcm first doctoring your kidmyn. [ and-tlip extraordinary effect of Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the great remedy, i soon realized. It nanus -the highest for its wonderful cures Of the most distressing cases, andjssold J «o It merits by. all jgistsin fifty-ccnt . one-dollar size Yon may : a sample bottle B.'also a Bnd oift if yon MS #M WW Boom of Bwamp-kMI. "you kidney or bladder trouble. Mention this paper «Senwritingto Dr. Kilmer & Co.. feing- hamton, N. Y. Don't make any mistake, but remember the name, Swamp-Root, i&r. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and the ad- a, Binghamton, N. Y., on every bottle of a superb social unity, •th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 21 August 1903

if- fffiP .' $ v $, kll M áp ^Ijlffe ^lliÉ'íí'ífeííi i.1 ■'' ;■ "V".. 7 r¿< W\ Ife SR?Wsff| HHiBwiBii é ' STANDS UNEXCELLED, í The only line with through service to JtSffSf a City, St, • • ', ' Louts, Chicago and Denver, and all the principal surm * ¡ mer resorts of the North. The Sáttta Pe dining stations , | are the finest in the world. I: Elegant Furnishings. Best Obtainable Service. JI For further information, call on local agent, or address I! ' J. R. DIEIrON, G. P. A., * «1 Phone, 704. Beaumont, Texas. i 111 Ml 111 1II 1 1 11 It MM 1 Ml 1 III HI 1 111 ÍBstSíR PURVEYORS - PUBLIC PLEASURE PLACES FOR RECREATION: . HEALTH and RESTFVLNE0S Kingsland, Llano, lampasas, Martin and Wootan wells TRY TUtUt—Summer Bates in effect, beginning Juné 1st. Write for Illustrated Booklet. N. L MlBtNS, e. P. ágeat Wfi BORZtTT. Acliag L Ó. P. Agrat HOUSTON, TEXAS. Kansas Qfy Southern Railway KANSAS CITY TO THE QULF PABSDfO THROOOB A OBRATBR DIVBB8ITY OF «¿MATE, SOU. AMO RESOURCE THAN ANT OTHER RA...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 21 August 1903

r*T W«r advance)........H 50 advanoe)....... 1 00 ttfce*o tomoa Itomvi as aeomd TEXAS, AUGUST *1, |,. .. ... An 11 1903. j everybody rilae, when Jupiter ius comes to Southeast Texas, iard for him to break away. He ntes to shed tears daily Over portion of the moral vineyard, The theatrical season opened in Beaumont this week. The theatri cal season will open in Orange— ■« some time-in the far distant future, when we can get that long lookec , for opera house. If "" The first race in the internationa cup contest, between Shamrock III. Reliance was declared no írace iunt of failure to cross the ini&t, but Reliance it yr ' ts leading easilv in the light wind 1'■? '* * increase in taxable values ni county this year indicates a y, permanent growth, and is result of inflated vilues a boom or mushroom destined to fade away at the breath of adversity or misfor- successful bringing Iff of a magnificent artesian well at the wa- ter works plant in Orange at a depth of only 430 feet will, do...

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