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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 13 January 1905

«OTHER ENTERPRISE POR ORANOB. fiVl'** \ ' ' \ t,' _ í ;• Wooa Distilling and Fiber Com- pany Will Erect and Operate - a Plant at ThU Place. BBWeM... IB ,y * t, '• ¡Hi r- ■ "'-S' fciaffB JANUARY IS, 190B- \ " ftc Pit ri ip . Hp] IMr% Él® p| iiwi' ^#5.' |m- 'i J . iii' George li.' Wright, president of the Wood Distilling and Fiber company, of Chicago, who spent several days in Orange' last summer making a quiet investigation, was here again this week and clóaed up a contract with.the Yellow Pirie Paper com- pany, whereby a big plant will be erected here for the purpose ^oQjnfanufaoturing wood alcohol, turpentipe and Other by- products and furnishing wood fibre to the paper mill. The plant to be erected and instalad by the Wood Distilling company will cost about forty thousand dollars and the contract binds that company to begin work immediately. The plant is to be lo- cated near the paper mill, which mill has contracted to purchase the output of the wood distilling company in pulp and...

Publication Title: Orange Leader, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 13 January 1905

' -V fk fe I I g|p \. * 41 í mm tm$M íkI ' «íífi-t mi? ¡jO . ■'. :a.< / fí3Mi.r\'di.:í¡.,.:;; ■'.!'■ $ P^lSI Mgmts ~S •—r. --:- ; 0<yinriryy4Ty'<rf^yB'B"o*oxo*<rryyTr'B caga y tf^inrmrgn ^RtsI Will have in stock complete as- sortments of entirely New Dry | Goods, Notions,. Clothing, and' Furnishings of the strictly re- liable kind. Selling prices will be maintained on the lowest basis consistent with correct methods, J* M MM M M We solicit and will appreciate the patronage of the people of Orange and Orange County, M : .. if® W. H. STARK ! MERCANTILE £- 8. HAKRIS, MANAGER. oUUJUUJUUUUÜUUULlUUU&^ •: •. í fSL_ I %ÍMI| I. 13 This signature, i a cilw, or lees than a oeat an acre." If these astounding results shall be Justified, after the cordial cooperation of American farmers, the Agricultural Department will have proved Itself far and away the most valuably branch of the government Aladdin's lamp is out of d*te. ■' r IORANQE CULTURE IN ORANGE COUNTY, TEXAS. ■ m SHg Mi ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 13 January 1905

musí >- **>« ■ y líWl ■V. ■ ó'^r;¿l ~r—■ i'TOfc -i— <V* ? i |f Hh' flí. As theae lines grow fainter and fainter oqd then disappear . so do Coughs and Colds grow fainter and fainter . ■ after using' GRANDMA'S V. vi: if'-': ■Mv> 11 11 mm iim Cough Güre . to finally disappear It Cures ; 25c—At Druggists—60c Pork Laboratory Co. ■ ilew York ' WASHINQTON NEWS LETTER New Year's Reception at the White House a Grand Affair. Dazzling Uniforms of Diplomats. concerned for his personal safe,- ty for he does not know meaning of apprehensive- iear, Btít he necessarily regards the dayone filled with bard, superfluous and unsatista work: The reception this Year was not different from those that have preceded it except for the increased number of visitors, and the greater vigilance of the officers who kept watch of-the cro'wctTf ( jk At tén tflirty thev President and Mrs. Roosevelt with the receiving party took their places in thfe East Room and welcomed the Members; of the Cabinet. The D...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 13 January 1905

:<U „< * . cough medl- the best, Ayer's >ral. What a sixty years of Kerr#.. Ask your doctor, If ¡n't use it for coughs, bronchitis, and ail id lung troubles. Mil for;'w¿SE£ •nchitis 25* Judge John S. Jasper, was an ' th>s week; being tfye t of tbe'family of on Elm street. *ny,t5¡H5Scy^^?o^ I With small doses of Ayer's Pills. General Manager C. W. Hole ind Chief Engineer H. L. Mon- idon, of the Orangé & North- western railroad, spent the day in Lake Charles, La., last Tues- day on business for that road. o has father,, ■|{ several Mrs. P. J. Do; beeu the guest Min¿ Host Ja the Holland h weeks, left last Tuesday night for her home in Chicago, much to the regret of her many friends, who are always pleased to have her with them and sorry to see hér leave. Mr. and Mrs. Alex. Woldert, of Tyler, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Call i.n Orange last Tuesday and were enter- tained by them at dinner at'tbe Holland hotel. Mr. Woldert is a prominent wholesale merchant of T...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 13 January 1905

"111 W .Í Mi, fev'l llif m LEADER, JANUARY 18,1905. •7, 1. r.vf-! ;V _4_ With the CONTINUED FROM PAOE ONE. will probably make his ueadquarters- in Otange again until the completion of this mill. ' ^ . Arthur Munro* of the lumber and timber importing firth of 'Munro, Brice & Go., of Liverpool, England, is in America, visit-\ iiog'the American correspondents othiá firm, and was the guest in Orange this week bf Robert Morgan, Jr., their correspondent jit this place. j •W. H. Starlc, secretary-treasurer and general manager ot the Lfitcher .& Moore Lumber company, after attending the annual meeting of that compauy Wed uesday, left next day. for New Or- leans, where he goes oh impqrtant business. ' - > . ' Thós. G. Betird, génerál freight ngen.t of the Texas & New Orleans railroad, with headquarter at Houston, and MaW.T, C. Mow, commercial agent of the "Kan- sas City Southern, with headquarters at Beaumont, wereOrange^visitor thin week, .upending a day here amonur the shipp...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 20 January 1905

i M v'« i m0mx>: ; ■ ' '** P&mSSm • FRIDAY, .1905. ft 1 * W MMaaHHRRIHP9aVI«' ( i-m m «'** « ■*«■ «üw «uas ■ « -Treasurer. WN. Vice P . s'Mvi ORANGE MSB RS OF T í-wüí WÍ it?? ótíl^MÍ ' • a^íP'S ■ f>. WmBm Saw and Planing Mills. i, •¿fat *p v:.r yhf' WíÚ.0 W&k+A mj.'.'ii m any product i' ■:£• '• a Yellow Í , Byrkit Patent ,3'^_T . • AO eathmsr "*^TWmhíéíSIÍ Í&¿OT :•. "• ■■* . ü 25. tsa • 1 . BUM Our Mills When Want are at mum SmmÚMMWPP te i" ■ l' " Vr ' & TÜ&fW * MiO'-.v V i'- #•.'•• •'"•* v: - Houston,/? - HB|H HMSSK i, • S'"' ( \ y ?''Si,. '• ^|J'(^' ".- i,M' ' . ,'•■ ' • . . A h • '■'• ui: . i'«■ if::'íí#! ■ - ' . fíf V?aíJtí^sé;^ t¡. • <*M$Í . K ■ . r'W? m, r iji iji 141 i|< iji ij,i i|.i i|i 1 ji ijLiwifi iff JL' 'l1 "jp.1 '*• 'I' 'I1 'I' : WE ARE IN THE MARKET FOR YOUR ORDERS IN PINE AND CYPRESS. ;: ;!• -m WHOLESALERS OF shingles. id 4, Southwest lone 191. Avenue, máyM; &¿fa iwiü O. BEDELL MOORE, HR tPf*?rt LOARD 4. E. O RAD DOCK, ,,P hmiur. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 20 January 1905

:?r* MM&M ffP IE THINGS THEATRICAL. Two Entertaining Attractions are Bgoked for the coming Week. A 5hake peria|i. Success. Fot the coming week two popular priced, but verjT enter- taining attractions, Will com- prise the offering of Manager Bixler to the theater goers of Orange. On the 28rd Harry/3or- Bon Clarke arid his own com- pany will present a side-split- ing comedy entitled "ills Absent Boy." The Leader has no hesit- ancy in recommending this at- , traction to all lovers ol clean, high class comedy. Harry Cor- .son Clárke is a comedian who ■would almost make a wooden man laugh and being supported by a first classcompany, his ap- pearance here should be greeted by one of the biggest houses of the season. Fo llowing him comes Shepard's Moving Pic- tures, an entertainment which is said to surpass anything of the kind before shown on the Amer- ican stage. - ¿r If? M; The appearance of John Griff ith in "Macbeth" at the Orangp theater last Friday iiight was a decided triumph a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 20 January 1905

ÍV' W'fj&aSPWÍ ¡Rá'1' &vS' f Copyright ¡C h a *1 $ i a g *96." -Th« North Walk Üm.I . M ** |*«m rayaiery,*.?,- m 5 BROTHEXtS ®ü 5® ly. APTER XXVI—Continuad, la that?" asked Buckley, bla _ cold, his heart sinking. , the reception, you know: That a little like she's giving in* don't think? But I may be dead wrong, may want to make that friend- of , that Misa Coeby, h*ye a good and the general run of girl consider it sheer madness to a chanco like that. Why, it's, to event of the reunion. Well, e to his glory; It won't _; he will never get In again." ou think not?" said George tenae- - ¡ "No; he'll never be able to pay the expense of apotfaer campaign, fie ruln- what little law practice he bad hen he went into'politics, and now e's a bankrupt." *•, l|i bankrupt?" G rge exclaimed "Why, I thought he had unlimited. *n*." "In a pig's Valise," laughed Stone. "I am Intimate with, the cashier of a certain bank in this town and J had Jt straight that Telfare's got Up the last ilt of co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 20 January 1905

H|''1 Vj*¡ ^ í'í, É/.Vwfr ÉÉ m B m "cr THE ORANGE LEADER. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY BY LEADER PRINTING COMPANY. j. l. Harris. / Jt!2!iu2Jr FoBD- H-AJFtRJS & FORD, editors and proprietors. august body really desires the benefit of the people whom posed to seryV It'is a fact that can be shipped from Orange to many, cheaper than it can be shi Orange to Dallas, Texas." Knured t thé postofflos, Or«fige, second «lúa majl mattr i'BRMS: 91.60 per ?e*r In advance. Advertising Hatea on application. Pay Your Poll Tax. Unless there is a marked change in the way poll taxes are paid into the city tax collector's office within the next few days, the citizens of Orange are going to find a very peculiar and unpleasant condition of affairs existing as re- gards the selection of city officers., There are about six hundred poll tax payers in the city, who have been assessed. Out ot this number one hundred and twenty-two had paid their poll tax. up to last Wednesday, and ót this number fifty'four were ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 20 January 1905

.v,' >; ■■ > ■ '-.v '-V MaassagSs aaaBaa&B r ■h _n ,t■ ■, ....¿.pi ■ !!;■. M. '/ ..;« 1ETHINÚ ABOUT PEACHES IN ORANOfci COUriTY. &.V-C sf ' ft :' ;f."" • I >r'y.: ,;■ ■ . :,j,y I was raised on * firm in Jasper county, about seventy mil©8 north of here, where peaches were plentiful on V SSEH -y. the orange leader January RYUO.mS, A I 1 1 1 V<" 11 fly, b^i whether this is true or hot, "he get# there «II the ^ame." He certainty vgOt over the Beaumont Oil In some way, but I am sure many of peach. The last mentioned aré h«rd est to kill, for it is necessary to get the'poison on him before yoü can ex- pect to kill him, while the other gets the poison when he bltes^ the peach, -Bordeaux mitures is sulphate of cop- per and quick lime. Take four pounds of sulphate of copper, four pounds of quick lime and one-fourth pound of Paris green to forty or fifty gallons of water, and you have a spray solution which will' get both kinds, of bugs. Make f this solution just half this...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 20 January 1905

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 20 January 1905

: _ l".¡; > WW ; ."1® ■ ■ m Ms ■' v-<mM Ü^H mm Hfi r ('■ / Our 15c kind at.. c Our 25c kind at ... . . ...... . . I9c Our 50c kind at. 43c Our 75c kind at • «-• • • • • i « i i « * • • • « « i • « « ( * • « « « « , 63c «. • % LaiIIm' anri Miciaoe Our 25c kind at . . 19c Our50c kind at. ;. 43c Our 75c kind at—.......... ....... ... 63c Rubens InfantShirts and Vests Infants andcbild- ren's heavy vest "and Ruben waist in wool and cotton Our 25c Kind 21c Our 50c kind 43c (No Buttons NoTroubte Our 75c kind 63c .; ■ .: ;:•■ .. . [[ ^.;• • a . ••" ■ Ladies' Jackets Our $ 2 50 kind at . . $198 Oúr $ 2 05 kind a t> • • •*• .. • • . • * • ♦ • • • • • • 2 Our $ 4 75 kind at.; . • •...... 3 87 I Our $ 7 50 kind at .•••••*•.« • ♦••••*. >••# ••« 6 18 I, Our $ S 00 kind at ••<■*• •. . *... . •.. 6 Our $ 8 50 kind at...... ........ k¿ ...... -7 ÍO oüí|i2 MkiSda^;!:^^'^^r!];!;:^::;: III KBocaoagoooacoeageaacccaaoBeaegesooaaooes In this'Department ouArun- ihg knife has done its roepesj...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 20 January 1905

Wmmm m mm M 4m m rWt i ' '■ ,V S j; V - v""' I .'V ■ >fí ísw Él i" USÉ STENO- GRAPHER. Jrf f , v'. . ' nge Girl.Receives an Im- nt Assignment in the re at Austin. In the list oí appointment of clerks,"stenographers, etc., for . the state legislature, now in session afr^ftastin,*appears t name ot Miss Hattie Chenault, of Orange, as expert stenog- rapher. This is an im^ortai and ltfcrativte position, and the many friends in Orange of Miss Chenault are delighted with her . good fprt\rne in'receiving theap- póintnieñt. An account of ho.w the appointment was .¡Bade is given#by the Beaumont Enter prise is follows: ' 'Speaker Seabury, Speaker ot the House of Representatives at Austin, paid a complfrpent to ' S^:'Aeást Texas**to merit an d ipetency and tó Representa- tive Myrick and Senator Beaty 9 last week when he announced, aqjong his other appointments that of Miss Hattie Chenault, of Orange, as one of the expert stenographers ot the House of Representatives. Miss Chenault was an app...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 20 January 1905

, . f tepl^ ferir ,\ '* ív É'H PISA V ' ■..•■•■■ -•■■" ■ V< . v ,,g;ñ.i¡foy ■ m ral mm mmniauún. It heals, sos. Your doctor will his to you. Heknofs this cough medicine. I Ay«" Oh«W FseHfal to . , j thfnk WmadMn« equal It.' ,-A. foMBBOT. AppHton. Minn. for Throats larger, acreage; than vated last year. I teams, laying in a feed, building: fences, laying out looking after U keep the projfressh iner on the move and fcnUi* jrchasingl foce ;w pyrm •Wi'v,'v.:?$CT a™ ■IJif Epfl It*- ii Í piwi On paper , in "Guide" best known news the South is the unn, N. C. Its pub $&WMÍÍMÍ; ; ÁfoiiM V, ; i{ 1BMMB «Pi ■HP ■■SB Will riove to Orange. Judge John S. Keaghey, one of the oldest and most promin- ent citizens ot Jasper, has sold hi beautiful borne place in that town to a Mrs. Martin, of Beau- mont, and will, in a short time, move, with his family, to Or- ange* Judge Keaghey- had made several visits to Orange Within bé past few months^ prospect- ng, and was so well pleased that be determine...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 20 January 1905

«Ham mC'- ' " . ■ * m '•áw* si m p^Pj iBSl :■: -; %; i ' - "•- • ' ^M— (■MMMMWMtMMIIialWIIHMMHIWmMMailMMMIMMOMaMMMHMaMMWMHI MMNMRMM Iff MB® • « • 5 : I. wMtf' ;*i k ■■.isu&ífí.:i «* (í&'i B:í WM 4* f!i i/;i',; i ' m-4 o ° o . o O y i l o o o M o •<;.:! -'"v ,- . ; v! i¿¡' ■ W¡ \ Ply Malthoid Roofing Complete, $2,00 per square 1 Piy Malthoid Roofing Complete, 2.50 per square 2 Ply Malthoid Roofing Complete, 3.25 per square § Ply Malthpid Roofing Complete, 4.00 per Square 2 Ply guaranteed for Fivo -Years 3 Ply guaranteed % Tei i 'Yearn on condition that roof is pointed e\'ery two years. With ' «É l ;; CONTINUED F Crager is an -experienced shoe ealesraa/n, thoroughly/•' under- stands the business, and the Leader predicts tor him abund ant success in his new venture. '""M imtí ilw ■■'i .: m — It will last longer than shell or iron I roof and is cheaper. I - ■ _ . ° ;— u . ;.i . ■ hi 0 1 'Jo w á itm !W Ma Wanted—Good combination horse, at modest price. . Rev. H. T, Cunningham,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 27 January 1905

*m ««Ha lifei Misen ** " , M "* •• '■■" " ' '_ .q.yr ^"'í'gí-i ■'■■■■■ 1 • ' ' :'lj' ' ' ■ ' ' ■ ■ - ■ —'■■ '" ■«■■■<— —n rmf vmm ..._■.. '■ -'y-. ■* ■ í \ '¿Ma r\!^ í'-'V V"Fll®!?' ,v %• *?ygOT •"< 'T; w "i"' S ....JWWW'W Ss: :íÜ® • í «fit ' •' ■ .': |5s| ■ ".'.tf JANUARY 27.1905. - mMHMI ...lia:' ■" ■-..i; y;., llwP'MH ssswl'** f*/.< ■ -ram?! wi ? 'W' Ml Ai ¿ fJvüBLi. A-\ P^:.iiÉ —~ :, I ■ flKiSSHS 11 H. J. LUTCHER, President. E. W. BROWN, Vice President. W. H. STARK, Secretary-Treasurei, jS$jg¿$ Byrkit Patent «• ' We Manufacture any product tainable from a Yellow ' v í Í m- I ilte# and Yard Trade Timbers " • <::w. * mH ffiSÉÉ aggBBPIl ■ .,1 i ¡- i . M'IWmkF' ¡niiiri'ii'TTTii i ' r ' " '' ' i'' ' 'H « : f i Él j> I llj III k í twaww OF THE . • mm • ¡ mm tJHK-v j^praEK. "fijji:" " TT^^MWtn^^^MTTr lumT )>M ftMHM H ♦ • M ♦ M t' • 't'M i ■ • ' ■' I"'*'"' of Mills and «ffiBli ^ Saw and Planing Mills. 500,000 FEET DAILY. Hi IT' " x iflP TTTfTTTTfTTTf 11 MM H I • • M " ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 27 January 1905

IS V ■MM m IBTHINO ABOUT PEACHES IN ORANOB COUNTY. ri; W |||!{■'<. .. 1^1 MWmfci •' rr^- - K|I v. fa ■ í II j was raised on * farm In Jnspar Bounty, about seventy miles urortto of jbere, where peaches were plentiful on ntjnost every farm. True, we,did not " Iiave any of the fino varieties of paacfc- les, but those we had tasted right to the boy who had never seen any •fcetter, and they are. still good eating. Partners in those days were prejudiced Against the "bought" trees, and the result was that If a neighbor had a fine peach he gave -some to others and the seed were planted In the fence cor- j tier, where the tree remained to make Ithe owner oí the farm glad. These aré tibe peaches We talk so much about ''our daddies raised." and from thése' same trees came the sprouts with (which our mothers raised the boya. fWe have outgrown thews old tin peaches and peach sprouts, but wheth- er we or our children are the better from this growth.(<jr not, is a question. But 4o my subject...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 27 January 1905

t®mwi WW* $, Ü1^ W 5 R I I ll II l) Hi I 111 i ),l > K CtnrUli. I94S. by IAKt|X • ÉtOTI CHAPTER XXVII, Continued. cried. "Don't don't! «• any more. I-I ato ou.|y a Jeorge. I'm. only a girl who have an idea. I oan't aieep until I have rid their minds of the belief that George BuekMf^iff h|tpr on ' the imltedand tfroarod"bví*l5ífc4 l«*w to coteh sight of you. That's Ibe an0 ®tagg*a Dy otneM' sort of thlug women love to circuit begged me to permit this en nent, to accept Mrs. Donleigh'a Ition. . I refused at flint, George: j my honor Í did. but tether Is in a Itlcal condition. The doctor told me cot to jforry him la the slightest. and h« had" set his heart on this affair to- night The peor man Joves such things with all bis. soul., and he thinks Governor Telfare a great man. He actually'broke down and cried when I'refused; it was pitiful to see bis old gray head shaking with sobs over what lie considered base Ingratitude. Be- sides, Kitty was Included In the In- vitation. She is my ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 27 January 1905

*V« , 1 V 'V «I . ,,,- V. - I • . .ftcT^Vtf ¿^siWíWaappa ,l11 .'"":'"r~ KW*m"'" . Adoock, a county Coghlan and SABINE LAKK CHANNEL. m MR transacted business In the city. pjpmacy" he did not hmve Coghlan in mind, but since production of the piny In Eemmittee ««commands tbs ation of $411,000 to Completo the Channel. A telegram was received last night |>y President F. H. Farwell of the Pro- gressive Leagulffrom Hon. J. W. link (conveying the cheering information Ibjut the riveni and harbors commit- tee had recommended, and the hill as reported to the house will carry, an appropriation of $411,000 for complet- ing the channel from the tmouthe of |he Sabine and Neches rivers to a con- section with dew water at Taylor's Itayou, and. adding that the credit for securing the appropriation is due en- j lirely to the magnificent work óf Con- ^ ¡pressman Cooper. , Hon. J; 'W. Link of Orange haa made a cool start the new year la securing addl! enterprises for the city, and if good work is kep...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 27 January 1905

18 Iflajub '$■ M—W— HMmwi a—ii mm i igigt i imowMiniif irwrff n nun W$*$MP Havs both sales and price «after, losa of the grower and shipper •■MS J# IfEHI I' M Solicited OF ORANGE, TEXAS. Capital Paid in,$100,000.00 Surplus, - - - - - 25,000.00 SUNSET ROUTE SUNSET ROUTE J ini New Orleans—San francisco : No Smoke, No Cinders, No Snow, No lee, No Extremes. The Best KUNÑINU OIL BURNING LOCOMOTIVES A 1,1, THK WAY LEAVJB8 NEW ORLEANS DAILY 11.66 A.M Carries Combination Observation, H Llbrory iind Buffet .Cur, IVJUbl" Drawing Moom Nloeplng Curs, Pull- man Standard HIeoperH.'KXoiirMlou Bleeping Car and Dining i" r. LEAVgS SAN FRANCISCO DAILY 5.15 P M. THE IDE At TRAIN OVER THE PICTURESQUE SOUTHERN ROUTE Through Louíhíbub,Texan, Mew Mexico, Arleona, and California; along tbo Klo Uraude'dlvldlug line of the Uepubllca. T. J, ANDERSON, a, p. a.-MOuston. tcxas-JOS. HELLEN, a. a. p a. f. E. BATTUS, a. P. a. Niw Orleans. la. Ü I the theater filled, the occasion ce of Harry Coreo© "L'~ Absent Boy? ...

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