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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 23 December 1904

The Orange Leader* Christmas 1904 '-tr - x ■ , /. F pi . SAM C. TKIMBI,E, I'RKS'T & CiKN'I, Miilt \\\ II. STARK, VÍCK I'll EST. J. W, LINK, HKU'Y ANU THKA8. i ; 0RANG E ICE, LIGHT AND W AT Ell W ORKS CO., WISHES EMERY ON É V ; A MERRY CHRISTMAS AN,1> A HAPPY NEW YEAR. . , Ti FOR THE COMFORT AND CONVENIENCE Of THE HOMES IN ORANGE WE HAVfc Ico, Electric Lights, Water. TAKE THE THREE AND BE HAPPY. 'nFnrtHT. - THERE IS NO 8UB<TTTPTE THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE FOR THE~ELECTRIC LIGHT ^%-M 9RÉHM mmmmm r:\ * ¿<][<R '>*[►•'' -i. <H~r ' ^ W. H. STARK, President. L. MILLER, Vice-President W. W, REID, Cashier. J O. SIMS, Jr.\ Assistant Cashier. J Capital - $100,000 25.000 ESTABLISHED 1889, ORANGE, TEXAS. WE EARNESTLY WISH That the year 1905 will bring to our friends and ci gijeat happiness and continued prosperity your business is solicited mmm ..¿it ■am and Cattle Dealer, Z I Choice Steaks, Juicy Koasts . Veal Chops, I>ork Chops, Pork. Sa usage,• Head Cheese, Mutton Chops,...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 23 December 1904

swp? '</^ÍST Í .'Is ' ♦ Christmas 1904 • The Orange Leader rY guide's name was Moham- med, an* lie was a renegade. He wore the funniest of'bag- gy breeches, which were al-. ways wabliling from side to side, a bob- tailed Turkish Jacket, slippers with their heels chopped off and a red fez perched upon the top of his head, which was a#'bald as the end of an egg. He had a Wicked smirk on bis face and p. malicious twinkle in his eyes, but for all that he served me faithfully apd cheated me only to the exteirt of 20 per . cent. .That 'was his limit, self sit, on all the purchases he made for me and the bills of whatever sort be contracted*. If be didn't get It out of me he took lt out Of the Jewish merchants, who added it to the next purchase, so I made nothing by trying to buy at cut rates when Mohammed was not around. . 'v . I picked him up at the Bab el Sok, the great , market place of Tangier, while haggling .for a matchlock with a barrel eight feet long and a snick- ersnee, or ha...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 23 December 1904

m- ■■ mm . ■ (i- . mMr The Orange Leader Christmas 1904 mm- ' Will be a nice Koda k or a Bottle of Choice Perfumery. We have in Stock several styles of the" Celebrated The best made. Also a, full line of Kodak Supplies. . Jhe finest perfumery on the market is PALMER'S GARLAND OF VIOLETS. PALMER'S GARLAND OF ROSES. These are the nicest perfumes that are made and would make au el%ant Christmas remembrance., Special iine of fine.Cigars for the holidays. Toilet Articles of all kinds. WE SOLICIT YQÜR PATRONAGE, B. F. HEWSOIM, . . FIRST AND THIRD STREETS. LIVERY AND TRANSFER STABLES * Carriages meet all trains. Baggage transferred promptly. Good last driving horses and nice rigs for rent at all times Carriage calls by tele- phone promptly answered at any time, day or night. PHONE No 173. is CENT «mm ü WE WISH ALL OUR FRIENDS IXNST A Merry Christmas m -AND A- ZslA and invite the people of Orange generally to make their purchasing headquarters during the holidays and the coming year at Tsfm...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 23 December 1904

tí ■if If üt i "' i 'm* < —8^ , • ' ' i . 118 f >A " -;M ;¿t V HR /ML "V:" The Orange Leadér. flff1 II -Y®^ %« - TANSEY ht. 1904, l.y mwnwmw>irommninranik^ott< await the coming up of tal* re* - forcements, muttering to himself "Anil th(e. beaut)' shall be one of the party." Ann und her fnther followed Wiljiams ami the prisoner Into the house, and tbe dragoons surrounded It J. T«n ey CHAPTER L IHRIBTMAS üiornlng of 1779 beaming bright and frosty on sparkling snow and glistening Icicles all .over thte northern American colonies, might seem to mock with (ta splendor the patriota' trust in God's approval of their cause, for never did'glorious winter day so strik- ingly suggest a smiling heaven, and never looked heaven on a patriot cause In such sore ueeAusthat .championed by General WasmEj^ton and bis men. The principa I theater of the war bad Shifted to the bank? of the'Delaware. On Dec 8 Washington, hotly pursued by Cornwallis and Knyphaúsen, bad crossed that river in boat...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 23 December 1904

; , '-'•;'• • -. ■ ■ ' .>«••'; >vp«wr. i- . .•;.>> • .,*,•• • .r ■•■ . .•",' « ' '^ • ~ W •r pg; -V:,..'-'' ' • 1 ''' V ' •'. ' '• ' ; ' - i \\v\V\N\\\S\\\\\\\SVVVN\ .' $«k, ■smyéCñ : ra) ." 'W: . Km • . -V-J v,f I • .. ; • - ^ . • wmm -" * ....1.1.1. i ) ■'. ' '. 7 ' " ft" ' '• , • • ■■; - . ■ £•: • • ¡ •> • •k'-tí*:,: " 1111 i i 'i i ii i i 11 i i i |E desire to c.\ press to on i- friends. "and cus1 ''T:' tonicrs our appreciation' oftIkmiv }>*itroiui^e nr. and if wish tlmm joy and-prosperity Lor years to coiiic. ^ ^ ^ .*#*2 IfMi gjf $ g|$ ■■■■■is: r' 11 %;%$¡ ||f| ®|, 1'"^ >Áys \v< are showing || sonic and wet selected line-of Sta; (ioocLs, Clothing. $hoes. and (hints' luiriiiHluníis as can l>e seen. in $outi héast T^xas at remar] low J>i'i<*<is. V,' . ■Pi''';:. Vy contemplate adding largely to our stock iii all'lines. and we want to j)l;u <^ <uir i^ooits in ever\ home in Orange oiinty. II' vou are not now a customer,resolve. with'Hiv .Yew...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 30 December 1904

KMBB $ m . hi-.. iS£L:- • ■ ' life n 'V . ' ' / */■ '.W $S&Sm y . & •>« R 30,1904. ¡11111 ¡¡fell! == -Treasurei. W; H. STARK President. 9 President. á ORANGE, TEXAS fi' '■' MANUFACTURERS OF THE §®p[ | 1 . ... y , " •ur {••-.r'r ¡IÉMM lisSis, "" IraPfl mm 'i> ■i IMML ■ywm WITH THE LUMBERMEN The Lumber Reporter's Peregrinations ver the Sawd ust Roads, BV.. . ..... ARTHUR L, FORD, I i* ..■■■".i.n,,...!. imuuum^ 11 M (I' " 111) I M 11 H ■ 'I ' \ Star and Cr< Hf ill 11 Saw and rim$ . . átjl §, :í ■•": ■■ J Capacity of Mills and Planers! ' ír é>'' m mm M FEET DAILY. MM.'Mftf '¿WiWWF'V « •; v ÜS TO 4"; S ,4^ J k'W4?^ —- Tfñ — MUM* > ffiv'' « Jv- >•'- ' V. JW; y Byrkit Patent t'• ^ • , ■< ■ ^ ' . " T®,«? má0étíim- m^fmM SM Manufacture any product obtainable from a Yellow "Hi1 ii,'! iVi ' ni i ''*' 1 m ,ii. linn in i Our Specialty ís-= ■MB Ou^Mills When You Want SHINGLBS FROM ufáMna. ■; . > * , ■ ■■ - • «■E . u ■ mmppi «1 óúston,.- - Texas 'F !f.-r, t xim&...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 30 December 1904

'"Mm fin iWu'i fe, ■ Ü 18 Élw il' R-' PHil pi ■i;; 111 M ■■$<"■ ..'V' i !■■;■■''■ i t THE m Public School Orange, Texas, Dec. 27-, 1904. To the Honorable Board of Ed- ucation, Public Scboolsof Orange, Texas. Gentlemen:— Your attention is directed; to, the following r'epOr£ Of the schools for the* fourth scholas- tic month, beginning November 28, and ending December -23, 1904. * . ' f- I ■■'.8; 1 I I i? S o s ; I. ? a n a i'i s § ? ! I t t r tr* .5 • :•• 5 • ; - • | £ I 8" S 5 S 0 K> S •B -J Hr4 > V, 8 ó 8 V 0 & 2 a s. S 0 8 <? ¡fe $ CO 1 1 so 0 8- :k +•> > § *■ 8 0 8S 0 £S £ ■ t r to 5r «" g'-o -s 8s a o- 8 oa S S 8 to ¿2 H- fe -ft . e *< en Í8 a ͧ _ fr-rf t-4 . ' Nrf ►— to 88 c fo to 83 CO to o .fc. to fc- ■oo a s o 5'.a s • ©• ■ fc*- .N- o oo.ro x s O ta O a co • |C to CO Or a .00 <o c* Cn 8. 5 ander, NeIHe Bowler, Willard Goodman, Troup Webb, Sher- man Petty, Pearl Rees, Myrtle Williams, Clippie King, Posic Hunt, Julia Ogdep, Vida Black, Louise Russel...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 30 December 1904

• Aft ; Í ; ÜÜPPI ■M SitíM if ilMMSp i , i vi, "i > , 'sYs l ni|R i; h¡>!Ü\'Va • '" 'I I 11 I I — Ill i! , ■ . ." :: '..r'A'feJ' • > .— P¡¡Mjw Hpp ^ Jk —— m * iiiijñy ii.^ii.ñjjMj c.pirigh.. | «3. k| iamíi • CHAPTER XXI- Continued ' ' ' ''s * ' •' mm *t ' ' V'.;* .. Tolfare smothered an oath and stood up, bis abort figure appearing dwarfed beside the athletic young giant. "tpu say this to ui«??" he gasped. "Tó met" "Ob, no; I didn't intend It for you," said George. "HoW could t say such a thing to his excellency the governor of Georgia?" . In the deep silence that followed could distinctly hear Telfare's lent panting. I've got a proposition to make to the governor gasped In a final >rt at calmness, aa hfr sank to his "I'm in the position to do. you a favor—to grant something that any situated as you aré, wont* he to accept. But we have begun iK. Perhaps I ought not to have so outspoken, but seeing you here ly provoked me. Sit dowa a and let's plainly understand each othe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 30 December 1904

■p •' ■ ■ ' ■Pi ilii IJS III It?' >; foW . :* M THE ORANGE LEADER. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY BY LEADER PRINTING COMPANY. J.L. HARK! . __ ABTW) !. FO D. HA.RRIS <8c FORD, ' EPITOft8 AfifD PROPRIETORS. / Bntéred at the poítofflce, Orange! Tmm, m aeoond claim mail mattre. - i , a .—h, .... i ; ,i, . l'BRMR: 41.00 par y ear in-advance. Advertising Rate* on application. ? The bill collector will soon be abroad in the land again, with his persuasive argument tha^ "we want to get our books straightened tip for? the new yeaV and poor papa will have to dig for the coin to meet the obligations left by Santa Glaus. :*W\ mm t According to an authority on the subject, the Sabine river was badly swollen one day this week, following a heavy rain, but the efforts of Doctor North Wind succeeded in reducing the swelling considerably and the old Sabine is herself again. ~-r— ens i.. i •xikuui. & i t< HI ■ fe":: 'f Talking about your "hot atir," but the Grange theater has .the real thing now,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 30 December 1904

pi anv One. of the following books: ' -WWMi I %bu "m.- m*-: > *•■■■■ Sg Í^íív.jíí1.^ ■ '■ i® ¡Biil¡ll «■ ■• ■■ •■■■^ '•vi-,i :i!¡ .v^íV. .1 . - • . . . . / ' ' •• • : .V &'. '.(uv T t ,''' .'■ ' ' Í*~r * rV-/' '••- • ' ' '• ' 1 " .•■••'■ ■■■: :£: Í¡:;:.;ív V ' W\ ' * ■ ¡M ' - v. ■ ■ K' 8S8:' W& ■: V '■ \ I % ; :- p>\ ■ :¡,Mv# •; ; *•; /•.&* , V> ■ : •• v. ..... . " i I ^|PlP31&ÍBi iéKÜ >'£ÍÍv£J' S^mF■• ' -'V: nt,f J t' if , Sii i s fi'' • ; J-'*•' * • ' ' ' .Afcw?! ! t. • ■... ■.'•,■• ■ ■ ■■ Mte . 'hh- 'm • • , ' ,•;■ ....- . ' " *1 • '. ■1 '.y 'm mm H • ?:®£'* f: J'' mam •' .Vv':,' '■V.V*'1 J1 ■ ;a' ' ■ v">' ■~r. •• ■'' - í ': ?•< f. ISf ^WÍ'ÍÍ^S -..y- ■■ p¡> wlifMÍ 1 ' • r ".'-'Ci! <ut¡\ !;'í■' ■ ,■ ■' ' " : ki jJ>$$ I ^l'ft f ; S .'.■•rííí', v'vM' ,". ■■pl/ r ■ Bill IPIm «ÍÉ3 mm&M- ... '•'.. • ' m' •■" •■' 1 My iini , _ _.... .......... ^ ... I " ■ ' ■'> ■, ■ ' .t-v ¿díl;;:: ' ÍÜSif! /•í-í'fv. *• '-iht'i'Wu Vmm íffiWrf ihi Mká \t*...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 30 December 1904

fu thanks and ap- ^■11; i „■ . • ■" ■ ■, ■. . I- . y$ ■ f' : m ; ,.■ . ^ -■ '■: . ' ... . ' g n m "e ? ■P/í* I m§m THE ORANGE LEADER DECEMBER SO; 1904- SssisiSfciii I K |& Bruc " V at Lj Keln bdlli Main «tret . ra t-La\ OHANQK ■■¿'I) Holiday Visitors Those Who Have Come and Gone During thé Holiday Season at Orange. Miss Ethel Malone, who is a student in the Sam Houston Normal Institute at Huntsville, is spending , the holidays at home with her parents, Mr. arid Mrs. W. H. Malone. t Miss Marguerite Bitting, a 1904 graduate of the City Public Schools of Orange, who is at- tending the Sam Houston Nor- mal Institute, came home to spend Christmas with her moth- er and her grand parents, Hon. and Mrt . Jerome Swinford. Mrs. Fannie Michael, musical „■ directress at the. Anderson school, is spending the holidays with relátives at Stowell,. in Chambers county. Mrs. W. O. Brice and little son, Orville, are visiting in Or- ange fot- the holidays, guests of ber parentis, Mr. and Mrs. P. B. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 30 December 1904

Í MSS Sim V iü ül Curm ¡ .Yítf iaking such arrangements with the G, as Premiums, some" of the sntly published. iid have! subscribe or send in a new cash subscription s January 15,1905, we make the following; unprecedented Any one of the following books, regular, price, £60 Be^ular price ot both, - . . . $8.00 4,404.8 3.939,6 3,474,0 2.716,4 SHI :*■ 'A'.- JU1 fin BOTCH ViiiUV/ JAJNU. TO YOU BBPOR JANUARY 15,1905, FOR NC.Y Books delivered at the office of the L&jVDER. Your choice ot any one of the following books: David Hiu-am. Edw. W. Wescott. GraustarJt. Geo. D. McCutcheon. ^ When Knighthood was in Flower. Chas. Major ■ . . Alioe of Old Vincennea. M. Thompson: Virginian. Owen Wieter. - Master ChriatUn. Marie Corelli. The Crisis. W. Churchill. . Choir Invisible. J. L. Allen. ' Right of yfojf'i Gilbert Parker. Janice Meredith. Paul Leicester Ford, CastleCraneycrow. Geo.B. McCqtoheon Mississippi Bubble. J2mersonHoiigh. Quine/ Adams Sawyer. Cbaa: FeltOn Pidafin. In the Palace of the...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 30 December 1904

what a'Clean sweep i V Ife.' ■■ or Wet Feet Of tent Result in Coughs and Colds' Sometimes the thoughtless child, again the adult, unavoidably being caught in a rain storm, mud and slush, in reaching home. , * The winter aeason is always beset with dsnger, on account of the sudden changes in the atmosphere. Coming from heated build- ings or hot rooms into the open «ir often brings on coughs and colds. We are all more or less susceptible. A cold once con- tracted dsn be quickly arrested by á few doses of With this remedy la the horn# for children, you hive robbed croup mm vhooplof couth at all in terrors. To k* itaaiat, «lié yaokag* mmst haw* ttw plot tur* of OMXDKA PARK. Horn. juÍM good. TAKE lfO 0UBITIIÜTI. j AT ALL DRUGfilSTSi 25o and BOo SIZES i If your druggist does n't keep it, write direct to us enclosing 25c or 50c, L. and we will see that you are supplied. I PARK LABORATORY CO^JNewTork; made ol everything he co not possibly doubt it, so turned to Mr. West and ask him to what ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 30 December 1904

was de- at an earjy Iyer's Hi and I U6 fc . ' I In astngle III litis, . Physi stol rem« , ' UP •••• m ü Miss Mary Hewsoo, wbo is teaching in the Claric conserva- tory at San Antonio, came home to spend the holidays with her grandmother, Mrs. D. 0. Hew '«on, and ¿'thep relatives. had Bys Pi Cum dm recout¡ no ooe in tbe house at tbe I ^"¡S¿ÍÍ1SÍ ilv but Mr-. McClellan and he Have doqfcomd wi$ local narrowly escaped being burned Chicago, aud even we¿t to N< todeath in the ñames-. The house and-mil of its contents §§$ haa d5ne.me *ood. ttnd I . . „nfir„i,r HM(rn„., M recommend it Emy person suffering were entirely destroyed, Mr. With Indigestion or Dyspepsia «hould use McClellan saving nothing ; but 1^*" Sold by R, B. Goree. Dec. one suit of clothes and his cor- I* net. The house was valued at] Bought a Saddle Horse. 1600 and was insured tor $300, Dr. E. W. Brown has purcbas- In the Phoenix, of Hartford, ed a handsome saddle horse out The furniture, valued at $?50, ot a drove of hors...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 30 December 1904

M M --.'i "'' ;;f -Í :.vV;V>7;5f * , ' ■ . . ■ ■ -■ • ' .'-t \¡ '•* • v'¿; • Vi' . . ' ¡ra .'r rJ: ■ '■ Vi iV «.•.•; .••« -'LÜ /•■ ., !■. :■ ¡ m ' tm. ■■■■■■■■■ Result in Coughs and Colds1 ; . V ' '/ ..,t ,'J "' it "% v „ • ■ ' ' *■ . .•.■ Sometimes the thoughtless child, again die adult, unavoidably being caught in a rain storm, mud and slush, in reaching home. The winter season it always beset with dangér, on account of the •udden changes in the'atmosphere. Coming from heated build* ings or hot rooms into the open air. often brings on coughs and colds. We are all more or less susceptible. A cold once con- tracted can be quickly arrested by s few doses of /I BAND lar~MA>s Wi& w With this remedr In >op «na «1 whooping i . you tuvo of all it* terrors. to I* i«i«ia«( thsyseksg* aastliaTi tit* pictnro of rAKX. ImjiitMnM. 1AIE HO SUB ST QRAXBIU XITUTE. AT ALL . , isn'r and we will see that 28« and 60o SIZES If your druggist doesn't keep it, write direct to us enclosing 25c ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 30 December 1904

•\ÍQ i ÑSmit • $ Sñ ím j 0 va m i'f'h W. f'fj JK& , yer s ■ rents kno^s children: e'$ 5a, - &apfl 14 lo « «ipil 5 parents to keep it on £bux.J8mmÓ««. ma. in - «r | ■■ m '■. 1 ! ■ '■ . Miss Mary Hewson, who is teaching in the ClarK conserva tory at San Antonio, came home to spend the holidays with her prandmother, Mrs. Í). C. Hew- "«on, and .other relatives. loddjfl that has recora with ti .physipifl went to ] . ■AH^SuuKS reupi should Dec. at th< h; and g burn to death in the flames- The house and H.11 of its contents entirely, destroyed, Mr. saving nothing bat t Of clothes aud his cor- TÍí®ouSe was valued at |600 and was insured for $300,1 Dr. E. W. Brown has purchas-1 in the Pboemx, of Hartford, ed a handsome saddle horse out they The furniture, valued at $750, ot a drove of horses and mules are was insured- for f""~ " Orient, oí Hartford. a Saddle Horse of merit ■r *i®* to you? No Cure, No Ffcy. 30c. I adune of Grove's Black Root Liver Pills. J . , '-7V-, At . =s= I to ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 30 December 1904

■> IS A, m lajrHL-iM . ". < A H| _ r*.11 f * i V' / i ■ BUBHdUÉi With the Lumbermen, CONTINUED l ROM PAOE ONE. mm |W« •.* WtJi'V It ¡safM ■p ing extremely low tides. Manager C. P. Pannewitz, oí the Orange Lumber-company, has been in constanjb communication with bis tiihbér scouts stationed at, different points along the ilver, since the first of the week, and all-send encouraging re- ports as to heavy rains, creeks high and river rising. Wednes- day morning a telegram came from. Loganspcfrt stating that there was a twenty-one foQt rise in the river at that place, while from Burr's Perry and Rpsepiue on the Louisiana side and Hemphill, on the Texas sidé of the river, came reports that the creeks weie i all full and'a big rise coming. Unless more rains follow,-this rise will not hold long, but it will enable loggers to get their timber well started'on.the way to the mills at Orange, and perhaps ten or twelve million feet will get through the Narrows and into the big river before...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 13 January 1905

iW| * V\ \ \ l.V E¡2í¿m '«At: ' • 4.¥ • •" W41 / «i*) ¡5 ^ -1*11' JME 16. -h ORANGE, TEXAS. I in w ft'. 13, 1905. . I J. LUTCHER, President. Jp$ E. W. BROWN, Vice President. i ni ' i inn n ' ' ' ■! i mu- W, H. STARK, Seor -Treasure . ■H •/ ;y; mmm 1 , 1 , z—Sp -J— • , ■% • '"J.1 '1 mmmm ORANGE, TEXA8= ££■ i". manufacturers of the ■IS M fwVf M'W ' " "v• . ; ■ !'':9 i m: Ajú hsih^ISB \ WEI I Star and Crescent $&|á¡| K'S $% ® imi Mmm ind Planing Mills. MsSs « >. IW) HI, |l f ftH 111' ftHti'n i pUUUiMJUimiimUiAim ' 'iA.AVAt^v'VA1.1. tW.'A1.1. . ' , y~?,y «p};' — *>'■ Á>>' «w J.ft tiimiwinw ■crwvTwmiHiiii'iiiiinri 1 l|tii(¡ti' (.i MrlfifMH44ti',HíHHt|i |)if,uii '-¡t,i iirtnii ¿A- -11 M WUitilnJ ^1 1 ^ * f f H UUd¿lbU¿4 Capacity of Mills and iBpianers: FEET DAILY. !' ' ' .i ink m A, . v.;; v fS :5'i . mm¡ , ül V— § Étiii • épfg Bíí i ■ Byrkit Patent a-v. We Manufac obtain MpK a Yellow iiraiiÉ^ ' ^ MM. I fflg ü :Our Specialty: a — i 2 i? Our Mills ü—H are biÉ Whe 1 . _ ' Wa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 13 January 1905

ü iployer op labor; One Orange Contractor is Províd inc Employment for Hore Than Two Hundred fien and Many Teams. v V' • ft Jill ? - Seeitig wagon load after wagon load of supplies, day after day, leaving the warerooms of 0. J3, t lade and the Gate City Broker- ge company, the curiosity of the Leader man was around as to the number of men'and teams employed by Mr. 0. E. Slade, the big contractor, and that gentle- man was approached for infor- mation on the subject and the reporter was surprised to learn that more than two hundred men and many teams are being em- ployed by him, with the pros- pect of many more being put to work at an early date. Mr. Síade has the contract for con- structing the Adams Bayou canal and on this work he noiv has employed about seventy-five men.and fifty teams. New men are. being placed on this work from time to time, as the forces become organized and the work more advanced. At his tie camps on the Orange & North- western railroad Mr. Sláde is giving ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 13 January 1905

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