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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 27 January 1905

rtTTW im(P(3ag 3g>n n!í;tjU«i ■WBk W Whoever waiits H And cannot come to the, Optical Parlors, ring up Phóne No, 147, JOE LUCAS, . jt. J, ,u■■ '.I,1 .11 ■ 1 . PA IAOK JBWÉLER. Mh Taylor, Graduate Opti- cian, will come to your home a$uiexathine your éyés free, ] and fit proper glasses. Each and every pair sold is guar-: áút'eed to give satistaction, ' or lenses éxcháugéd anv time. :: :: :: :: :: Tin Palace Jewelry Buuaing Joe Lacas, Proprietor 00090900000000Ó000000090* ANOTHER BIG ENTERPRISE. M j *' >t i"-jm ■ 'W 'I Rienda, has been a member of jtl iwig«r-Hardware.^®#! pany sinpe It began business 14 Or iiige, .ut has severed his connr.t.jn t at firm In t ; Jer toengagjiu ñew business. J. H. Bland been engaged in t'ae Hveiy business here for some time past, tyut d.'sppred of his busies to hlf cr, W.W.Bland. Wift the opening «.r ttitB niw business, the Orange Hard- ware and Implement company will dis- continue carylng buggies, implem<>nte, saddlery, etc.; Ineonneetion with...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 27 January 1905

MMMHMnHMHHMMMMHMHMMftWNMHÉNMHHHMMMtMMMIWIIMMnMHMMHK ———MM Mil II I limWIIIIIHHMIMWIIII- Tirin—Wl JÜ. ——r— H mJBiififfiHjl We doñ't decry the methods of other merohan I li 1 til 1 ,i" 3ÍA M what we do know tí at your service * '. • • ,*!<'• ■■]>-'. " • '■■ jEGINTÍING- Saturday morning, January 28, 1905, R. Sokolski will inaugurate a Great Twentieth Century Up-to- WowSalé, which for genuine bargains has never before been equalled in Órange or in Southeast Texas. This salé will continue for only 12 days and every man, woman and child in Orange county should take advantage of the wonderful bar- gains that are offered. In a small advertisement we can only give a hint of what we have in store for bargain hunters, but a few items that we mention below will give you an idea of the great money saving opportunity we are offering you in this Twentieth Century Sale. ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ : ^ ^ it ^ ^ fllll HOUSE FURNISHINGS We- have about' thirty white bed spreads, which we will close-out as foll...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 27 January 1905

tm ü m} B¡gM& •It lili! 7'f \IW'-^MlBT<y 3'y#> ^v^amw«6^' i:''! : J «¿V WtfsWitti •&:■:. , ,V'ÍÍ% 1.:. V,-áv^ V.'« JÍSÍ; ^ :'¿íyv:!,í^sftí. v- «Hucnur , SE FAMILY • ürt UiLihHM í ÜR HAN m m Wall Known East Texas Pioneer En- joya Reunioi H, ®V; W!1 wty, <8 Wi Orange, engag* made üi ■ÍKIMENT KIL <!LL5 &ÉRM5 GENUINE WITHOUT DR SLOAN NI) blCNATIJHE Dt, EVEI1Y ROTUF j'S ALL p| m H* ■$: Begin Dril lina This Week. The derrick Is completed and the Machinery in place for the new test „ well to' be sunk on the Sam Wilson farm, nine miles northwest of Orange, •ud the drilling will 'begin thlB week. ¡This new well /.:• to" be sunk about 100 íect awsy from the well that was . drilled last year by J. A. Paulh&mus, hut which wasr abandoned, after a ■very encouraging show of' oil was found. Citarles D. Dickensheets, Sam ¡Wilson .and others are interested in this new wel{, the progress of which will be watched' with conslderbje inter- est by those who still have an abidin...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 27 January 1905

-'Vi',',, BS InNHMHMHni ¡WnwSBI '"U WMifJ Bn o wmrm m «yrfinrrm & a o irnrmmi . •■ i ■ •' 4 *ii 1 '• . _ i, H ■IltULUULfiAB 1MH -liiii.'i i ¡lililí Iiir'^i:;- F 5t 'f " "■'i¡' • m a a o a« rara iiimuut nrmrrm muTirnniA •: ? \ , • ■ ' ' ' ■ ' Mi. & ■Wr ' • -- ■ A look at out repair rack will convince you that we have laid the foundation for a good business. We pay the j *{A« ía «11 ««.1. J _ - ^ . , . aiií minute attention M * - -r-ir work left with us and our Positive Guarantee is behind every •%0> ■ . m* ~ __ . ^ _ ' * •* • •*" I i MP ■win. i-1. .'"i'i|i,!u . !1111 !. .y * ;■ - ■;!- v r ?t'? mvi ■ ^ I.-. '[¿¡á\ , ; «Pí'í.-i • V A i y «tow* ■ < 1 iíj'ví 89 mwwm ' n &ÍÉ®M$Á¥. "TU • • ' :• "i I ■1.1^11(11111)1 I'I y ti'Á'.' MMSiAk xwiikw ¡ü : r—-— pao i —— . ,<0-. ' Ufe — . * ' ' y '■' ' i' J ''«■Wfc ■= ' ÉM ItÜ Southern Pacific : mm ) AND Orange & No: western Watches Are Kept in Repair by Us. / MW We will Tf wnrlr is Al W V* A ID I—~—r—: aws on rings, —r-f : ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 27 January 1905

*Wmm THE ORANGE 5 a JL:'. Fi • r ¡IS1I ÍMaÍiiÍM lI fl&fl SI filK i: ';: A $re©'$ üv.'vi :i w^-<> ',' 1$ ';¡ Kili In "biplomeey."' •' at Ihe bert attractions yet book- the local theater 1s to appear February 6, this beipp Roee In Sardou's masterpiece, "Dl " Of the recent appearance 1 I of the popular actress la tfiís • , a press dispatch says: Marshall, Texas, Jan. 23.—A portion of tonight's audience in the Marshall opera-house in this city witnessed the first performance of liose Coghian's . revival of "Diplomacy" from the wings, of the stage of the play house. Sv,:This was the first 'appearance of Miss Coghlan In Sardou's noted play in this city and-as a consequence an immense crowd gathered in the local theater.. So large was the throng that at 8 o'clock the fire officials stopped the sale of tickets and ordered/the per- sons standing in the áteles to leave the- theater; This request threatened to create a disturbance. In the emergency Miss Coghlan-stepped be fore the cu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 3 February 1905

mm • ' • • r :v'\.v: v' # v ; 'X" • • ' ■% ■ V 1,550,826 (3,086,522 • mm {/$:; '<wwM Uhateb. • ., y. '-■''Y' J.. JB FEBRUARY 3,1905. <¿* ■ ■ PH :4". s ft W: «KM:-fcW^v cretary-Treasurei. esldent.. WITH THE LUMBERMEN The Lumber Reporter's Peregrinations ver the Sawdus t í c« c!s. |T. - ARTHUR L, FORP. TEXAS LUMBER SHIPMENTS FOB JANUARY Two of the lumber companies hav for the mouth of January, as follows: Lutcber & Moore Lumber Co. Rail shipments, rough-.— 1,257,158 KU y MANUFACT |. Willi Rail shipments, dressed Water shipments 2,918,707 858,771 4,529,090 Orange Lumber Co Rail shipments, rough —-.'4........ 224,004 Rail shipments, dressed ....1,082,742 Water shipments 2.rt9,020 ■ SSSfl Total vn r wwrrrr Tr'^wrjf ,< || I0H-H 4'W| A.1J * U > ^in ¿ n ■ '-«MAi) 1998 1899 18*55 January Fabruaiy March April May June July Auguatber Septem October November December Planers: in Saw and Planing Mills. ^nPrm i m i" 1! HlfH-HHIIlM HtHl'illU _ £*A mrf obtainable Byrkit Patent a Yel...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 3 February 1905

t >'i<V . liellVSíá ' Public School Report Qv> the Honorable Board of Education. Public Schools of Orange, Texts: ' Gentlemen: tour attention Is di- rected to tho following report of the schools for the fifth scholastic month, fceghinl&g January 2 and ending Jan- 87, IMS: _r, & ^ v5 tO CO CO O ot O* (K O & % t was necessary to let the grades ually adjust themselires to the altua- tlotf. So that, after two and ome-half years of waking, the recent half-year promotions are the first that have been made with any degree of regular- ity and uniformity. In a later report a suggestion may be made for the benefit of parents whose children hare recently been promoted to the low sev- enth gnade. Pupils of the ninth grade and their parents should note well the following regulation, the first part of which refers to pupils of the first eight .¿rades, but the last Une of which is of special Importance to pupils of the ninth trade: "Pupils of the first eight gradea fall- ing n...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 3 February 1905

MmnNH Bjr «8'ssassm 'AVf.^V* — to dodge, but tbe Silllf Ü uw Cl'ti IE iPBRj I>aad •IV fkSu. Chan |i ji | ■ SttC "The North Walk —■■!■ i, - —• y, i, (TJIICfji ■ KANm ; kis'pml oliot struck I reeled, ■■■■■■■H fell. The others rushed have fired again at the prostrate form, but tbelr leader stopped tbem wltb a ffi1 ■ 'A, Copyright. IMJ. hf lAiril « IKOTRftl m . CHAPTER XXIX. HE next morning, when George was alone In the office a mid- dle. aged, bard faced country- man slouched in. this Hillyer's warehouse?" he George. "Anything I cao a.;yfe¿vfe;ll: ■:'& exactly fer me," said the . -our old Squire Deck—I reckon him. over in GilmerV "•"I know of him," George responded. "Well, he sent me to áx ef you una would let *im put bi« will in your safe —that IS. hi you got one; the squire didn't know whether you had or not" The man was looking about the room. ,"I don't see none, I'm shore." v "It's tbere in tbe vault," George ei- plntned, pointing to the big steel door. "Oh. it's in thar? We...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 3 February 1905

JbW] WM v. i.. '' iV''■— 'i :ñ ■ believes that It's time and everybody jlse ! talking about b|Td time* and on the sunny side of life, don't do business la Or- this year, It certainly will not be the opportunities art lacking. —jiTrííMiiiiminin ~nin Tarfrrti hi ímum*\ stiPW-ttmsvApm¿ntw<?im ■ >, towoMMiv. ESSfak. Approximately fifty acres have been m to the cultivation of cucum- In Orange county this yeat.' This, , „„ jthor with other truck farm prod- Wets, will give quite a little business *© the rallroads in the fall In moving truck ánd vegetables to market Orange is once more on the high toad to prosperity, with a clear track her, alid unless some 'unfore- calamity occurs she will make strides this year than she bas ÉBrwiür ttuiuw WIJ Wer done before. Mm ■ :; The completion of a ten-foot channel to the Sabine and Noches rivers will Immediately be followed by an actlv- ity In shipping hitherto unknown Ih tills section. Especially will It . give, an impetus to lumber shipments...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 3 February 1905

oí r-mp ■ ¡ Lv,'7 - • * " m ¿ & m « ' JSm t . ..¿ú, s¿ IM Wfflm ®üi iW' «tManclK — í ■ *i'< j - ai. '. ■' '■. ■im ¡WW 'fe k ni ?!,^Pf||f'|,..V j'VriÚ .... .'.. !SS 1 E3f' ü'•;. '¡m&Kñ v s¡ Mi'tvlVwSiS ®rapm©4 /vTlH HíoSff^jÉurí'is n/ti^xín ATT fri vr* • :-' ■ _ •——': ■1 ■ ■ :—i C—>-''.■■%'■ «Tt "|TT |H,:'.M\« Pverc^a , nderwear, Wool Dress Goods, Shawls, Fascinators, Ladies' Jackets and A A J, -É- Am Am Am Am Am Am Am Am A- ^|7 *3F ~ *^7 *3|7 *3p " ys? " I lace on .■ ■ You will save from 20 to 25% on all Advertised Goods during this sale. SíSlíl® wmm - & 1 i 1 . i en's 25c Undershirts ! '■ «•"'.."'v.*" ►«(a.- ,-'-H'''v' ^IrW? 1mm " 111 ¡IP 19c Men's 50c Undershirts and Drawers 34c s $100 Wool Undershirts and Drawers 79c .Men's $5.00 Overcoats $3.68 Men's $7.50 Overcoats $5.98 Ladies' 25c Union Suits or Vest 19c Ladies' 50c Union Suits or V i m ' 1 ; k' ', ' 1 •' ' Ladies' 75c Union Suits • '"v Ladies'$100 Vest and Pants, Wool 78c .. / ■■■ •"■•¿■s"'., . :. .¿A ~'J";...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 3 February 1905

mm ÜM8 wnft ®Ib!I ■V'. ■iW' mM m I I .'• Black-Draught 001 r regulating the entire syst oeping the body ill health than ; My other 'medicine made. It is any family, «udi as indigestion, Hcolds, any bifio i,v H i ! : • ' (SOTSBi, WSM iBltll ML iousness. colds, diarrhoea, and stomach aches. ■ Thedford'a Black-Draught is the I standard, never-failing remedy for I stomach, bowel, livér and kidney | nuble . It is a cure for the domes- tic ills which ao frequently summon I the doctor. It ia as good for children as it is for grown personB. A dose of this medicine every day will toon [ cure the most obstinate case of dys- pepsia or constipation, and .when taken aa directed brings quick relief, j DAJmLUt, ll.L., Deo. 23,1MB. r 1 tort's Black-Drauf hi bss bean our I doctor íor Ato jreart and we want . tr. When any of us (eel badly we L take a doce end ere all right In twelve ! boar*. WeteTo spoilt lots of money for I doctor bills, bat get «Jone Just as wall With Bleok-Draugbt . |KA g, BADBR. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 3 February 1905

. Pill mmátri Wm w H üll 1 4 m, k¿Ht< i Í90Í. Iw® SI mm m&j — F1 , ear, endidly ■ :tiou i ot Fine ArtSj School rogresaiye University in Southwest. Enroll SHuatedtnTexaa' most beautiful and healthful ogy and excellent preparatory school in connection. 3 _yery moderate. Tuition $&Q to $00 per term jnths. Homes sr month. J. women at from $10 to t t X I WRITE TO '■ \\> '• «2 y . . 4i , , .. . i For information concerning Medical College write * ; DEAN E. H/CAKY, Dallas, Texas. II 111 '' II • .1 mi ' .11 I II ' ' mil .11 '• Ml IIII I M •rt. Fort Worth, Texas. COLLEGE Offers better facilities for thecomfort and rapid advancement of its papila than any other college. A thorough course and a good position is what we give. We accept notes for tuition, payablé after course is finished and position is secured. Bv our method Bookkeeping and Banking cm be learned in eight weeks- Many of our students oocupv positions as stenographers at the end of three months. We teach all commerci...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 3 February 1905

THE ORÁJfGÉ aatwmmt.w.•wmmmms' .w ^;v.;v §p; ¡$«- i. to the Business' Men of Orange. At the request of several cit- izens, and • believing the organ-' izatión of our Léague should be perpetuated, notice is gsiven that there will be a Smoker^ pro- vided at the Holland next-Tues- day ni^ht, February 7, at 8 o'clock, You, as business mea, afé all luvited. Matters of im- portance will be discussed arid officers elected for the year. This organization is in your hands and we shall be glad to ha ve you come out and deal with it. ' '• : ' P; Q, Harwell,; President. To Cure a Cold inOne Day T lake Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund the .money if it fails to cure. E. W. Grove's signature- is on each box. 25c. ' „ t I i1' A ' ' Judge John J. Ball and family have bad as their guest this week J. D. Johnson, a prominent merchant and banker from Atlanta, Texas. Editor J. D. Ford of the Timpson Times, with his ^fe and. two boys, spent a coupe of days in Orange this week, coming d...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 10 February 1905

ip-.J Wím IB HlSIRlflBM I _ W:^ &'■■'■>1 V; '""■ $'I kH^® ■Ate ':■■ ■■:. f? . HHP MiiS S|RM É ntf ■ •' hStjij fSíííS ! ■ML IV* * v . i \ ■. ¿ W'^^ A-\Ú ^'CVrtfy/V- •'/.•.•'••)>•- V ilHto?! 1 MiijifS: SM ¿í z\ ■M. I 1 (libatcb- ?#|i Mfffl I HP "i; "' -r.. mm Tfflm:: W'T'iwPI 3?iS^ffr n ORANGE. TEXAS. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10.1905. UTCHER, President. E. W. BROWN, Vice President. W. H. STARK, Secretáry-Treasurei. ■ . • _7 . - ■ ,' ■ ■ ■____ - ■■ ■ ■■—*— ' ii , • ' ' , ORANGE, TEXAS 'M': *i MANUFACTURERS OF THE vvv4- -m S:'':'■■■ WiM-: h r t \ it r f« H M ♦ ♦} ♦ M M M ♦ ' fcv'.B of Mills and . Star and Crescent Saw and Planing Planers: 500,000 IfWfil 4^}í^,'ím h I m f I m h i ♦ w ^ ♦) I h ♦ j * h I *;) i • I m * M H ♦ rh h AliLliJiiJ i. j r. ' '' uttmilf t^nit'nii miUitnitiunimiii ll? íéhO^ÍM Lath Bvrkit Patent maraNi make lumber by June 1, and the reputation of the firm gives ample ance that evbry detail will have been compiled with beforethe expl of the time limit. „ 8everal of t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 10 February 1905

'%í:£' "P-y' -W&SMSBBSStgm. " ■ * " *'■$$$& ;■ if'• ¿ir •aHwWW .. wá (Mqunt Mena means Mountain ,of Springs} IWI.... iAmWÜ m m wfmmñ The 4fer (ílfflPííí ÉHÉíHnMn i mam ^ mí .ji -w ■K.f) _«fe RH RIK ®P^v' • y i I' Fanned by Gulf Breezes. Service First Cuisine Excellent Rates $2,50 and iJp. Orange, Tex. jamestiiklono, Ma a; wmmwmmmMmmwmm r ■ iul:f> ; i'-." V'. .. ■ ■ *!i >-,. ■ "...■ '■ ■ ¡ \ /"/' : ¿if: ' SITUAUTED on a large plateau, at the top of Rich Mountain in Polk County, Arkansas, this city should appeal very forcibly to every health and resort seek- er in Orange and vicinity as well as„ that class of people who know a good investment when same is presented. It is anrabsokte fact that this place is-going to be .. l-'IVv«! -í V1'""; '' " "' V', 21 ' .. , 1 ' '!% _ , - ., _ ., Saratoga of the South SPEND YOUR MONEY ! ■ . V/- ■;... j ^ i Where it will give you the best results, this youcan do by buying your gro- ceries from us. We keep the Best and guarantee every á...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 10 February 1905

I JÉ ■Wm l w.- -i UmI of Ch*n|ing S««." -Th« North Walk H|il iy,H Etc. C.pjriíhí. É9«S. by lARf « U0T1MS CHAPTER XXX. |HE next morning half the vll* lage dropped in to see.Wbere George Buckley had fallen. No one was able tb say exact: how the thing bad happened. The doc- tor. while reporting that George, waa practically out of danger, had forbid- den any one to question the yob rig man. and all sorts of speculations and rumors were in the air. It was not until late in the afternoon, that even B^llyer bád a ful I explanation, for It 'Vas not till then that he ran across the letter George had wrltteb. Several old men were in the office at the time. Hanks was there, and Bascom Truitt wiping his eyes and vowing revenge on the miscreants who bad so coward- ly attacked a brave man. Major Cranston, well wrapped In rugs and braced by pillows, bad come down In a carriage with his negro man- servant and sat with the rest, pale of face and weak looking, yet relieved to discover that some valua...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 10 February 1905

■B lili - • u ^;^v'r;,.;i! '■'l0X vtíÉrxm 1 THE ÜKJ ¿ i ■■■PRML ML. Lt™. One at the latest inventions of art American genlú^ 1b a machine for fat- tent^ chickens for the market. With the aid of this machine the poultry farmer can take a poor old hen. Btuff her full of food and make *©r as iilump and fat as. a regular frying size pullet, and "no time is lost in the operate®, . : m The Orange County Fruit and Truck Association is demonstrating its use-' fulness Just now by having Its mem- bers pledge a certain acreage for cer- tain kln.ds of truck, sflch, as cucum- bers and potatoes, for shipment. A good beginning will be made this -year and «Bother- year will, without douht, •see Orange, an Important shipping point for fruit and truck of all kinds. In another column will he found an arliclu teJliug about the' letting of a contract (for building the addition to the paper milt- That is the kind of Industrial Items that amounts, to some- thing, aa It means that something 1b doing and th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 10 February 1905

HHRP RHHHL I '.v •$ hi ■• -ffi i ¡M#m: ■' 4'ilfclL liun%M I w®m Pra vflW KP^PIP ■■ i-. •;, ,|i.-.f..i I, FMBJIVARVIO, 19Qg- M'ippi JWffKW • ¿*v. Hr ■Ms Hi lii$ , $? ■f¡ÍÍf| pían ■ H MBS VMk that Mr. Chas. 1^ flraer, of De- troit would donate to the cfty <rf Washington and to the United States his large and vaulable collection of pictures and curios. As an offsetto the acute disappointment of the reel . dents of the. District and perhaps of all .the country caused by the reduced appropriation made by congress the gift Is peculiarly acceptable, and as a further evidence of the steadily . increasing sentiment tjmt the Na- tional Capital is the appropriate cen- ter tor the art, science and literature of the country the donation is agree- ably significant. Waahingto baa al- ready been the recipient of two valu- able gifts that have been a source of pride and usefulness to the United fSateo, the Corcoran art collection and the Smithsonian, institution. The former has furnished to many ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 10 February 1905

fmS. i ;; mam 1 : ;.v''■ \"j'- ttlmhmhmnhmmmmhbmi ,/á ■ ¿T, Bi&fí ■;$J fep- *• KGk'' w mm ü HÁ • : |te t# K^ÍÍSMj- Isiisj «1 W& : S " ■ Skw! pp. ¿i r¡j¡'¡> .l" ¿a^w^MPIE r< ■;,': -. • ■ ■ ■, ■ fe i* ) }#; II B8M lp\|pM ■■ •*% ■ i ill I •! ■.' ■I"1!1.1 1 .. -, m] ■%•>:. i >" **"■ 'HIS BIG STORE has met with, unprecedented success sin|e its establishment in your city, and we flatter ourselves it is on account of our peculiar, departure from old time methods of doing business. Other merchants buy a season's stock in one big purchase, which are soon picked over by first purchasers, leaving nothing but indifferent selections with which pply their customers until the next season's purchases are made. This big store adopts the policy of buying a choice^selec- say to be shipped today; another to follow it within a short time, and so on throughout each season, thus keeping the store full of the newest and best of each season's lines directly from the manufacturers. Follow...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 10 February 1905

R A „• — liiwMliF ' ••' t!.sWS BBPP'S '""■' M ;• ® ®lef, <j W:' '* i ra , JB ,..,■ I , ,• . ■ 1 . ■ BÍDIím SI Mpwmmk 1 ?í; Í^HPrAí]^!Í W0:, .«:..' vV.' «> r-i ft C5M ' ^R . i' - ■■' - ' - * V-.v. y;«t :mwi w$w w SB ™M| ■fat * !' f ':- & OB ■" ' :¿ mm ■ / • © The best that has ever occurred in has ever BPPWWI Immense made our NDERWEAR SALES Famous—different than ail or Any other store. !■%m , tlieir cleanliness, purity, Come and See the IM MENS I SHOWING—COME EARLY AND AVOID THE RUSH ■ !M tS ill - ' ■'/ ^ ■// ' ■* " , m ■ v ' ■■: ■■ ? :. : Smlfe II i'. " , - > ' THE ioc LOT. Can you afford to waste time making these garments offered"at 10c? Don't trust these cuts. Gome and see the goods. i? M;> ~<M i v f'ñi': <\! -V'-;/ : i\W ' ■: ■ >v i í SS ®|tmfflwsMi WcL* 585c LOT. A triumph of modern industry. Take ^ as many garments in this assortment as 1 you wish except the gowns. Only one to a customer. M, ' .# '!; >■ U I 1 ' " , ,:'vv : ' •' :ií' V ' ; . • v'" is...

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