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

."ir-vUtíVVntTF-ÍWI'^MtMKl "KMUIWimi Rr ;' ''• *; 1-• ■ -' * ■* - / ' ; • ■ ' ■ - :> ' ' • " ' ' ", •/ % A vV?*« * ' •W kW*M xtann-H m iQfíx. \ ihe orange B Fanned by fe '' • m B p:l; M;. I - ^MlK; II. Admits that Kuropatkin's Chances for Sue cess are Growing Less. .. ' _ , ALL THE RUSSIAN RESERVES IN ACTION pCuropatkin Has Hurled all the Forceé at His Command Against the Japs, but all to No Avail. The ftusslaii Army Is Doomed. | Bt. Petersburg, March 7.*—Bulletin- Rumors are current here t/hatthe day luus gone against General. Kuropatkin. / Mukden, 4:20 a. m., March 7.—The | attle around Mukden was renewed at Baybreak, the artillery fire becomtn rery heavy. Í Hennenkampf's' Headquarters, Ou- |>enepuza, Monday, March 6.—Mid- night—Events took an unfavorable Kurn for the ^ Russians this evening, lifter a day marked by a succession of determined attacks the Japanése pusted the Russians from an import- ant position on the left center of the frastera army. The Japanese are' also p...

Publication Title: Orange Leader, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 10 March 1905

"r ^1fL I} ¿A ^ BfiSraSSSfli —Hi ' mm sfffiiM $¡f> ■■ •■ ' ' . -- mm. Bi M If ,,1 ■'■ A>v": XE ORANGE LEADER MA RCfrlO, 1905 , fe •'íl(pii¿^ mi; . í&á#,; •"iMP •':' IS M and Harbors Bill Containing This has Passed FRUIT . ANO TRUCK ASSOCIATION. '\i. ¿Si . $536,500 FOR DEEP WATER TO ORANGE V'- Beaumont and Otense Will Join In Presenting a Testimonial to Congressman Cooper for His Valiant Services. I« 1 mSm m 11 3 rWkSM MSM From Monday's Daily. Not at any time ainee It first came Into existence three year* ago haa the Tribune given publicity to an Item of newt with eueh pleasure aa It ex- perlences in telling ita reader* of the Inat passage of the rivera and har- bors bill on last Saturday, containing en appropriation of *411,500 for dig- ging a canal from deep water'in Taylor bayou to the mouths of the Sa- bine and Noches rivers. The passage of thl* bill wae in doubt up to the very last moment, owing to the stubborn fight made In conference over some of the Itema on which t...

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

"teií^p ■ y.-'-mt! mm ■ ■ have II 8L Sr9t£ k' fe. WÜ; m. m-k "These mddern legislators learned a good many new tricks that we in the old days knew nothing of," remarked an old veteran the other day who had '"served time" In the Texas Legislature in day* gone by when rugged honesty and a sincere desire to serve ttíelr constituency faithfully and well was the rule amóng the legisla- tors, instead of the exception, as It seems to be today. "We worked away and endeavored to, dispatch business and stuck to it until we got through, regardless g.f the fact'that we were getting only two. dollars a day much of the time. Now, the legislature frit- ters away its time and adjourns ill -order to force the governor'tt> . call an extra session, at which th'éy get their full pay of five dollars per day. We old fellows were not on to thosp tricks, and it looks mighty bad to-see them practiced now." And' the' newspaper man.fully agreed with hlm, too. There are at least two organizations -of ladies...

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

■UHMMMMHHHMMM HHMM0IMIHMÍMQMHMHHMW "'■ " ; "' ; ■'> . ' ■/, I > ■ «fflj !" SePm mm %■ :;«■*■■■■ 'r^J •. • huml.* ivv ■-w «MaM^MMaíaU you need In Notions and Ready-to-wear ■ Line, and all sorts " * • , •■'■.. , *'• of useful things Jf a. —4, Lowest prices save our cus- tomers many,many dollars M MM M H « wJtñ ~t i ■ v ■ m (% # We have often been asked: How is it that you can a$ord to sell' such good, tasty and useful articles at so low a price. We know the remarkable difference be* twéen our priced and those of other merchants are bound to excite Remark; and the above inquiry is but a very natural, one, for ye do sell many articles at a less .price than our competitors have to pay for them in wholesale centers. Now, how do we do it? The few following facts will give you some idea about the immensity of the great enterprise of which the Orange house is a factor; J About 40 years ago-Charles Broadway Rouss formulated a plan, and for carry- ing it into execution established a hous...

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

!HT: Wl- «dm ""«IIP From Thursday' Dally. Miss Nona .Williamson, of Beaumont, is visiting in ©rango, the guest oí Miss Annie Welckersbelmmer. Mrs. Bennett Wilson was one among the number who spent a pleasant at ternoon at Echo today. 1 Job Home, collector for tie First National bank, took advantage of the holiday and joined the picnic party at Eoho from Orange this afternoon. R. H. Bruce, of the Oranfee ft North western Railroad company; returned on the Oriole today from an Importan* business trip to Austin. * Mrs. R. Sokolskl is making her store more attractive -this week by having her show windows remodeled and re- painted. From Saturday's Dally. ' Burnie Gallier, engineer of the tug Captain Sam, of Port Arthur, came in today to vlsll his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gallier, and to look after bus! nesB matters also. Dr. Mendenhall's CHILL and FEVER CURE (Thia Pietura oa Evary Bottle) OturM Ohfflft. 7mn, Malaria.' BDlou tasas. Take it as a O em aval Tonta aad at ak timaa In plaoa of Quin...

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

mm . Mt I\ p" f'llf * dl fflk lÉlíl — illffi -— AR&H 10, _— T - .mm til is conn«ction we want to recommend tbe famous Rush-Park. Seeds. This is one ot the very few firms who furnish absolutely fresh seeds and refuse to put them out on Commissions. Try these seeds, and be made happy over results. . • .« .* ,• .• .• . We want to sell you your grocery supplies this year also •• .• .• .•.• v-'.- ;• .• .- .• . We keep your account so that you know every what you owe as well as we do. We Tooltoiit for your wants; and if we haven't got what you want, we Will Set it. .* .• Th© Grocer ORANGE liS -V-: S'j 1 I If I Nclson/Draughon, Port Worth Texas. COLLEGE Offers better facilities for the comfort and rapid advancement of its pupils than any other college. A thorough coarse and a good position is what we.give. We accept ""if? Í°d t"\Hon- payable after course is finished and position is secured. Bv our inethod Bookkeeping and Banking c-in be learned in eight weeks. Many of our students occu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 10 March 1905

-Vi■ ííJ'í- m «a MARCH 10 MEMORY OF JUDGB REAGAN CAUGHT BY Sujrvejying. Corp - Steady «t Work arid Dirt Will Soon Begin to Fly. LaGrippe Is Epidemic C Magnificent Future Mapped Out for O IREAT SURE TO BEC< ..." • . . CITY," With Deep Water Assured, En terprises Coming, and a Hustling Citizenship Orange Is Sure i to Win. From Wednesday's Dally. . Á gentleman who has been through many booms and has seen many ef- forts to build up towns, was In Orange yesterday on business and took occa- sion to say to a Tribune man that he bad never been In a place where there were so many reasons why á big city should be developed. "You have all the resources needed to make a big city,",said he, "and it seems to me that all that is needed now is an intelligent, energetic and aggressive movement to . utilize your resources and the result can only be Success. I do not mean that your people may expect to see big returns in a few months, but I am con- fident that a year will convince the most skeptica...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 17 March 1905

W«3 %v' V. 'j.i'í r'fV '■ > ' .,r;l Cítí3en-1R Consolíbatet . m s ill •í *•••$■ ■'I.® ■'• 'vi# . H. J. LUTCHER, President. E. W. BROWN. President i niii *r . i: Wt ¡rap^ ORANGE, - fjWR'iaElililllv *^aa¡8gs> ,i ■ , ' ■ -.. MANUFACTURERS OF iufi*¿ ' y'f. ¡"; ' ';i iitfi y <0*'r ffirrram — OI s Kiln Dried Lath. Birkit Patent ins We Manufacture Any Product Obtainable From a Pine Log. G. BEDEL MOORE, President and Treasurer J. E. CRADDOCK, Manager. MANUFACTURERS OF TEXAS, Y, MARCH 17. 1905. WITHTHE LUMBERMEN SÜ 3? NUi — mm W. H. STARK, - Secretary-Treasure!. ft' r another week of favorable weather manufacturera rt very satisfactory Increase in shipments along all Uotli railroads' have pulled fully one-third more cara mills in this vicinity since March lat than they have . f'.'.'i.t, 1 í '' '' • ■ from the same loading grounds up to the same in* February, and quite aa many as they handled dur- He firjat third of January. Some roads were shy of for certain kinds of tonnage for a d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 17 March 1905

w'fSfi L í d'ty .HBHI wm« ^'VrTT?1 liijglUU*;--.'] ■ V vjt I Ü 1HE ORANGE LEADER MARCH 47,1905. ^¡¡¡¡¡¡Hli^ LINER8' FF kWhlc /ater. ell II or [ten to a | two kith fig ml Miscellaneous Cá Across A' dispatch from freight manifest oj as the Kaiser Wl Deutachland', covers fro] en sheets, each 'more square, and each filled and notes. This (froi must tell every; parcel, bale carried as freight of lading these heads m in the manifest.: Marl number of packages, coni pet,consignee, consisnee'i destination, weight, cub! sions of package, freight rati amount,' charges. The manifest has to be presl to the deputy collector of customs when the $hip arrives, and it must be sworn to by the captaln." If it is wrong Uncle Sam levies a fins, and collects it, too. A few months ago a ceptain. of one of the big liners took aboard a lion tamer at the last moment. He was speeding desperately to fulfill an en- gagement, and there was oo time to put his twenty tamed lions through as freight, 80 he arranged h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 17 March 1905

l'iwWfeww \f?t ''V1 .'•V:i v i. i <- vrj'■ t #®tó«^pístte : THE ORANGE LEADER MATtCH 17,1905 ■mm .i. |s. ~ ; i \< ' > EÍghty*wo Dollars. FIRED THE BUILDING TO HIDE THE. CRIME. Potted Whlteoap Notice qi\ Front Door In Attempt to Shift Sua- pielon to Competitive Markets. WM mi ■ j x v Mi É-M From Monday's Dally. Thieves again' made their appear' «ace in Orange last night, perpetrat- ing a bold robbery. By some means „ they gained admittance into the P*l ace market, on the corner .of 8eventh and Oreen aVenue, owned , by G. F. Faubion, and relieved the owner of 18?, which was found in the refrigera- tot,' besides a goodly supply of meat .and lard. jMr. Faubion and his family live in the rear part of the market and this morning at about 2 o'clock he was awakened by the nblse of someone closing the front door of the market • and when he got up to Investigate the noise he found that the building was on fire. Immediately the alarm was turned In, whioh; was at once respond- ed to by...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 17 March 1905

i && Ml TEE ORANGE LEADER, MARCH 17,1005. •. ¿ mm 9m Local Notes. From Wednesday's Dally. A. Hankamer, a locomotive engineer of El Paeo, la Visiting his brother, Fred Hankamer and family of this city. ■' Robt. porgan, Jr., the energetic lumber exporter jof Orange, is in the city today attending ; to business.— Port Arthur News. % Col. Jim.. Furlong, boss-of |he Hol- land hotel at Orange, and caterer ex- traordinary to southeast Texas^ai|| In this motning to get a mouthful ^of ocean breeze.—Port Arthur News, A. Mrs. W. W. Phillips, of West Or- ange, returned last night fro ma visit to her daughter, Mrs. A,. P. Hawkins, at West Lake. J. A. Arnold, of the office force of Robert Morgan, Jr., was one of the number from Orange who witnessed the opera at Beaumont last night. j W. W. Phillips left this morning on the Orange & Northwestern train for points up the Sabine river on busi- ness. . H. M. Gilbert, a well known hotel man at KirbyvIHe, has been visiting his sister, 'Mrs; ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 17 March 1905

THE ORANGE LEADER: MARCH 17,1905. ■■ — 1 ' •' > " ' • •' . r-\: OF THE ORANGE, TEXAS , March 18th, and will Close Monday, March 28th. H Paffil ; •V . dm, I fljjj r- ■' É | ■ 1 fmm W ¡m v ira . This great sale will mark an epoch in the history of Merchandising in Orange and the SLASHING OF PRICES WILL ASTONISH THE NATIVES We have had our store closed for two days to the public getting ready for the Big Ten Days Reductions; and, while we have prided ourselves on the close figures at which we have always sold, we have put the knife deep down in the here- tofore close margins, for we mean to move the goods. WE MUST HAVE THE MONEY and we must have the store room to place our big stock coming. Such an opportunity will not be again presented possibly for a lifetime to get such goods at such a low figura V . We know we will lose money on this sale at the below prices, brft we have started in to clear our store and we arefgoing to do it, Don't ever expect to have these offerings duplicate...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 17 March 1905

lü :-:W Sil M . "d m . THE ORANGE LEAÍfERM ARCH 17,190S. From Monday' Dally. _ J. C." McCulJough. an Orange civil engineer stationed at present at Jen .. nings* was in the city yesterday to visit his family* and returned to Jen nings today.. Archie Looney, of De Ridder, La., was in the city yesterday to visit yela- Dave Griffith, of Johnson's Bayou, was in the city yeBterdaj shaking hands with old friends. Mrs. G. W. Borhe and daughter, Miss Mabel Borne. returtíed Saturday .night from a very pie&ant trip to New Orleans where they visited rela lives and attended Mardi Gras. Judge and Mrs. J. A. Holland left Saturday night for New prj^ans on a pleasure trip. George E. Holland. Esq^ went to San Antonio Saturday on business and returned today. M. J. Lee. of Kirbyville, visited friends in the city last night and re- turned to his home this morning. ' John T. Stark, superintendent of the Sandérs-Trotti tram extension at Fields, La., spent Sunday in the city with his family and returne...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 17 March 1905

i II ■■ "í' -v ' v ' -jfc1 _ ■■ I!/ THE Ci fí Jl.W ír /? í '.!• *' It MARCH 17,1906■ ■■•■■ '¿.Iff':"; ips^j - ■ íS^ui I i p.actwr. Jt ^SBaü nci«a. P. B. CUBBY a Geteral llMfiicc Afeita. ORAHae, m m ,m >«r. « TBIAS Chin Tome wOmoDd No Cure, No Ü3 JUDGE BALL'8 BUSY DAY. IV- tbis connection we want to recommend the famous Rush-Park Seeds. This is one ot the very few firms who furnish absolutely fresh seeds' and refuse to put them out on aommissions. Try these seeds, and be made .happyover results. .• ;« .• .• .• .• .• . We want to sell you your grocery supplies this year also .* .• .« v? ;• ,• .■ • ,« .• • ■'V-We keep your account so that you know every day just what you owe as well así we do. "We look out for your wants; and if we haven't got what you want, we will JSét it. •• .• N. Burton, Sr., msm¿ Ison^i Fort Worth Texas. Business COLLEGE far better facilities for the comfort and rapid advancement of its papila than any ber college. _ A thorough course and a good position is wha...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 17 March 1905

mm • '■' íiií í'MkM A Notice to Land Owners. To the' Land Owners of Orange Coun- ty; Texas. ,0¡ . Jer.' 3t; 1S05, a meeting of. land owa^rá of'Texan was held In Houston to consider the dlversloi} of a deslr- ' able class of foreign Immigration now • coming to" the United States for the benefit of Texas in promoting agrl- cultural production and,developing the natural . resources of this Stat?, A number of land owners from different sections of the State were in attend- anee in- answer to (he ffjrntkl call signed jointly by C. R. KItchell, secre- tary, GalV-psfon Chamber of Commerce and J. S. Oaugherty, Chairman Imini ^ration Committee Houston Business League, as published ifi the Houston £ost and Galveston News of January 22 and 23, Much.interest was taken in the subject under discussion! Among other things a resolution was endorsed authorizing the chairman to appoint a committee of five whose duty should be:' First—To confer with transporta- tion lines and obtain moat favorable pas...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 24 March 1905

n ■V- '. .• í ' : ' ..'l é i.. t - ... v v,w •: -K ••.¿wLEüiZaffifc M2£¡ " a. ' ¿ •KL • * f| . • Hp *■ |'pl| short of 'last week. Mili have or of loading. And so long as weather to Handling" of heavy pieces, they can put I, ties and railroad caps. (Planing mills |way and stacked down for & day such dry material as wouldeufferevenin ippear*nce, from being loaded wot. There was a calm throughout the State while clouds I were emptying their contents upon the term lands every- I where,,but ainoe they passed away order , have been com- I ing * (little faster than the^ came before. Grass is assured for the stock raiser, and there is safe ground for the hope [that the thorough aoaktn* the country ha* had will Insure I plenty of fat beeves and heavy crops. Middle Texas la not I stand In need of. The rloe far I lew thi« ^§Mr than théy en' ^ ] much less Is burning question, and It cannot be set- 1 ft«or ^'°'lmar«esion" Her than the middle of next-mooth. If so early. I íl: iH NUMBER 43 ■W*...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 24 March 1905

nKSPsa Notan'* Great Invention K/: «1 or> api í\5<*G AfPtí ¿OKS Líre J7T: mut Dr, uftctt fill Auruii r iow«r ioqm <*®y, l picked te flower* in August in ole Br*rtl, k* aMn1 I'm a VtnlrM. ah InnM let k* dir atill. Klf tfc; Oa d« banks ob d hh:. «-«_ Ao' aide' I'M • Yankee, ah longs to b« dar still. {August Flower is the only medicine (free from alcoholic stimulant*) that hat been successful in keeping the entire thirty-two feet of digestive apparatus in a normal condition, and assisting nature's processes of digestion, separation and ab- sorption—for building and re-building— by preventing aia irregular or unnatural causes which interrupt healthy and per- fect natural processes and -result in intes- tinal indigestion, catarrhal affections —4— endicitis—stoppi erméntation oí — i dyspepsia, headache; cc ¡>n and other complaints, such Be, biliousness, jaundice, etc. i August Flower is nature's intended reg- * r. Two sixes, 25c, 75*. All druggists. For Sale by B. F. Hewaon. -...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 24 March 1905

<f W*'% v'í-- 'S. &íi¡ 'Ik'Vi >jv B**r ■m-*- <'iy ■ iijiflf.?" • •;v-**"" I 7 «' I V A . A Mmw Mlr-y^ipW1^' 8 ;m • ncement :C\ " !.'f" )*" ■■ V' •" *P 'jgl 'v!-,' • ■ MMfc' i f j * m#11; Ruaao-Japaneae War Teaching Nations Valuable Lessons. the RICE MP SOLDIERS OUT. PRINCIPAL LACE OH Consumption of the Cereal la Increas- ing In Ameriea—A Northern Writer's Views. P-i MDuting Carnival Week, April 3d to 8thM ii&i Our openings in the past have been ex- ceedingly attractive, and this year's ex- position of style will be far superior to any we have ever made. Jiff JUT Jf, Lavish and mag&ificient displays, mu- sic, souvenirs and other attractions will contribute towards making this affair the feature of Carnival week, 'Jf, Jf* ÍÍM RAILROAD M During Oarnival Week we will refund railroad fare on aH purchases of $10.00 or over. This applies to those living ., within a radius of 40 miles of Beaumont ft, Glenn Andrus. in the Chicago Record-Herald, writes Interestingly of tb...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 24 March 1905

8**?. " Ur : K I wm mm- jKtíi t l'/ívV. Mgg wm m. Mf, ■ fc JKffi VM From Wednesday's OeUir. P, Baber, auditor of the Orange 4 Northwestern rsllroedt took a shoti . «pin over the company's road today, accompanied by Oea. L R. Here. Míyor J. J Windham returned from a business trip to Houston today, where he conferred witty the superin- tendent oí the Southern: Pacific rail- road, lii regard tothe company helping the city to. improve 'the streets. The judge saya*<hat foe received some very good encouragement. H. S. Fllson, a director of the Al- exander .Gilmer Lumber Co., went to Beaumont today on business connect- ed with tMe Gilmer mill . Clarenoe H. Delefy, rice grader for the Orange Rice Mill Company, went Jo Vinton today to finish up the work of grading the rifee recently purchased from the Sabine Caotl Company by the Orange Rice Mill Co. .... —— C. M. Rein,' president of the Rem Lithographing Company, also a well knovgn real «state man of _ Orange, went to Houston today, on bu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 24 March 1905

ton. üi «toe Truat varas, i 1 SÍP Pro MS a Klrby Lumber Company et al., Defend- ants being No. M In EflttJty on the docket of a !d Court, end on later- No. 193 of Margaret P. In Said cause, adjudging the «aid- Margaret Pj Thompson .to be the cwner end holder oí a valid and sUb- judjnment rendered "by theDls- Court of the 60th Judical Dls- qi the State of Tesis , la and iter County, Texas, on October in %vcerl|tfn causé styled P. Thompsoa vs. Beaumont Company et at, being No. on the docket of said OQurt. in iavor of said Margaret P. Thompson tor the sum of Seven Thousand Five Hundred and Seventy-aloe dollar ($7579.00), with Interest thereon ait the rate of six (6) per cent, per an- num from said IKfe day of October, 1904, until paid, and for costs of court, and torecfosiag a vendor's Ilea apon certain real estate aad other properties located la the County of .. Orange, State of Texas; being the same described la that certain deed of ©oa- veyaace made by Joseph Bunn, P. X. Bunn, J. A....

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