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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 14 April 1905

'fiimWw If® btrXnce advi pf J. s. DAUGWERTY ADDRESSES i, • LAND 0WNER8. • Urges Upon Them Importance of En* couraglng immigration to Texaa. , ,To the Land Owners of Texas: Your meeting called to consider the subject of foreign Immigration at the Houston Business League, on the 4th Instant, Judging by your ab- sence, failed to impress you with its Importance. If not, then you left it to some one else tQ serve your inter- est "without the power to adequately do it. This meeting has beén" ad- journed until the 18th initant, at 10 o'clock in the morning, when it Is hopéd there 'may be a .meeting com;-, xrfensurate with Its. Importance* to your interest." The movement was not Inaugurated in the Interest of "any particular Individual or locality, and it can not become such except through your failure to serve your own interests. The promoters thought they saw In foreign Immi- gration thfe most available factor for the prompt development of the indus- trial interests of the State, and es- ...

Publication Title: Orange Leader, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 14 April 1905

hhuml— . • • 'If : HS > •: y-- W'Mmm 1$■ '?$m' Am b& W^Éfmm^S^Pwm0 ipM||B S 1905 ■ s: ••• ;-.V;k,v.,V "i «■ >/ '. ' A ■1 «—- 11 i,.ii Jury Find* Bill. V Daily. The grand jury began lnveatlgat- the case of John Elmore, Tom Bill Delano' yesterday morning, large number oí witnesses were lined yesterday! and today till o'olock, when a bill of indictment- returned charging John Elmore, and Bill Delano with the mur- Br of" Bud Watson on Sunday night, April 2. Honace Delano, a brother tf Tom and Bill Delano, who was trrested on Tuesday on account of the- murder, was released from cus- tody this morning after the bill o* indictment as above specified .was «•turned. An effort will be made to try the cases during this session of court. Cheated Death. Kidney trouble often ends fatally, but by choosing the right medicine B. H. Wolfe, of Bear Grove, Iowa, -JSPiJ. . H V-W\" cheated death.' He says: "Two years ago i had^ kidney - trouble, which caused me great pain, «utter- ing' and anxi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 14 April 1905

■ Sf ÍÉSWTR® • MHP8fe iP ■' '" • • '" '"$T' ''* ' 'r\]' '-■■ ■"■w : ' "4 - THE ORANGE LEADS ■my' ' '- :*" Vi ■ -• :í :v.- W>.:*■$ i."• ■■■•' [PRIL it, 1905. ■ ■•; ■ mí Jfe ■ '■ m ¡® WHERE TO GET THEM OUI TIIIIII JII] The John B. Stetson Kind ID jlJJ if DM Puts Argument Down and Out. nnnmum in _williams ktsteeland &-,co. rUU l Vl DAll Faultless Favorites for Men ITTinir TUTJ l.n ' UNDERWEAR Wilson Brothers .UlbllWMn ■■ SUSPENDERS Indespensible IBB IT? MALONilY BROTHERS—Extra Fine WDL1 u™" aid Tery Stylish Shoes fur Children, Misses and Boys OUT DlfT 0 COLLARS AND CUFFS Ü 111II 1 U ■" —United Brand C nnno __ The Did Malle-AU Kinds and for Ivery Pnrjese--lamil- uflUDiJ ton firovn Shoe Co. Sales Last Tear One Million /II 0 \V\ Summer Suits, Trou&ers atífl Specialties Vn&wr The admitted Standard of Beadj-nade • Ilin Carry these Goods in Stock, and sell them in close 11/ H M>nipetition with any American Dealer. The Páb- II II mGenerally and MISSOUKIANS IN PARTIGU- " u LA...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 14 April 1905

fifi T< f '.ll fm W w mKBBB & ^rajra I Notlc.ofSal on tiio 27th. day * pm*m*6 Circuit Court for the Ot Texa*. at Houb- cause at Maryland Trust Complainant, vs. íaJ.;Defend- Bquíty ón^jllie oí *id Court, end on Inter- m of Margaret P •aid cause, adjudging the P. Thompson to be the and holder of a valid and sub- « Judgment rendered by the Die- Court of the 60th Judicial. Dis- of the State of Tyxas, in. and for rson County, Texas, on October 1904, in a certain cause styled P. Thompson vb. Beaumont ber Company et al., being No. 4598 on the docket of said oouit. in of said Margaret P.. Thompson the sum of Seven Thousand Five foe'. dollars 00), with Intereet tíiereoii at rate of six (6^ per cent, per an- from said 17th day of October, until paid, and "for costs of court, and ■ foreclosing a; vendor's lien upon certain real estate and other properties located in the County of ¡Orange, State of Texas, being the same described in that certain deed of con- veyance made by Joseph Bunn, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 14 April 1905

AC ■: • ' ||¿í§ pllflf lfe$ ■•'■;"■&'■' >:}M Hm mmW |Em9 ■ ■ •$& Í$v'"\ké9 ,*íVÍ :'i . ÍW ' •' ¡$Á>H '" ■•.'■•■ ' • • ■'• • >' '" f ; , ' •. V : .,f ,.;• ,...-. THE ORANGE LEADER APRIL U, 1905. '?v- '"•• ■ r ~ -• * r Ooiag lor Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. . Poa't fat yourself in tbla man'* pltoá í0* ke®P •bottl# oí thi remedy ita rom JÉ *.' -Jn,,er* to nothing so good fot Oolio, Cholera Morbos, Dysentery ud ®larrhoea. It la equally valuable fot Summer Complaint and Cholera Infin- itum and has eared the lives of more children than any othei medicine in use. I When reduced with water and sweet- ened it tl jpleasant to take. I You,, or some one of your family, are ■or# to need this remedy .sooner or later •na when that time oomes you will need FOR SALE BY B. p. HEWSON. Sis From Saturday's Bally. .fudge W. P. Nicks of the district, court left this ahernoon for his home •t'.Woodville to1 spend Sunday with Jb|s family. * Dennis Kitchens óf the delive...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 14 April 1905

4* wife ■arden Seeds The time js^approachlng when you will begin to tfiink about the Garden Seeas to be plant- ed from which to get the best results; and in this 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 tp put them out on oómmissioné, Try these seeds, and be maae happy over results. ,• .* .' .' • ' •' We w^nt to sell you your grocery supplies this year —a l so .f . ■ . * ." . • ,• ,* . • . • . • . ■ .1 .' . * . * . * • * . We keep your account so that you know every day just what- you owe as well as we do. We look out for yóur wants; and if we haven't gbt What you want, we will Set it, •• .• .' N.Burton.Sr.,££££££ ; V/-5■• ti;,- ••. ■:. •••' tóf Miiii r ki < U w.ww A. M. H. STARK, — gt: ffiaow Fort Worthy Texas. GOLLEGE Offers better facilities for the comfort and rapid advancement, of its pupils than any •other college; A thorough course and a good position is what we give. We ac...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 14 April 1905

uá: Twenty-Eight Army «fiwwjf Send Letters'-of Bndowement To Dr. Hartniftn, the InTMitbr ' of Pe-ru-nt. No other catarrh remedy In th* world has received such , unstinted eulogy from ho mftny renowned Ute mea and military moil as "FerHun*. Oen. O'Belrne of Washington, D. C„ , Write s "Aa many oí my irlanda «na •oquaiatanoeB hare sucocaafully need yoqir Parana, as a catirrli curé, I feel that it is ah effective remedy, and I ree* omjnend it as such to thuaa suffering from that disease as a ro®at hopeful sou roe of relief."—James B. O'Balrna, WO Broadway, Washington, I). C. Central I. S.Y ltr of Obi , . Writes: "I halve found Poruña -to be 1 wonderful remedy. I only uaed it for - - short time sad am thoroughly eatufled !! as to its merlte."—S. 8. Yoder, Wash- ington,©. C. j Brigadier-General Klrky Writes: "loan recommend Perunato all those who are afflicted with eatarrh." —D. T. Kirby, Washington, D. C. Brigadier-General King of Confederate Army, Writes: 4<I unhesitatingly state th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 21 April 1905

Bip^ llj¡| I f SlJ iJMPÍ Stevi; i mm « i * ( m. má-x. ífe,! • iiÜf 1 '•'•■• ' ■.. -■■' '■• ■. <* Éil )Mmi '•* ■. PpPl I BÉnl LíW,: •w- ^jr; ■ s:.'jp r ' li'1 if ■ SjSii' '• ',v '-| I rMií <rít(3cn-1?cco«& ConsoUbatet)- * • • «PI'Ü ■ *V- :r;iM '*" i I6. Sm —___—|—■ • - -J-. 1 «4 ORANGE. TEXAS. FRIDAY, APRIL 21.1905. mm ÍÜiMm ■f ' NUMBER 47 HÍW1 H. J. LUTCHER, President. E. W, BROWN, Vice President. W. H. STARK, Seeretary-Treasurei. r: (\" nm Bp Ü' .' M ¿ .. §811 Hfe¥ «b&S JP$- ■ESSi Hf, ORANGE, - TEXAS. === — m " MANUFACTURERS, OF Kiln Dried Lath. Birkit Patent Sheath ing Lath. We Manufacture Any Product Obtainable From a Pin© Log. O. BEDEL MOORE, President and Treasurer, J. E- CRADDOCK, Manager. pií/jik < MANUFACTURERS OF °* * *«• '• ||| ¡ *" ' ,M> HHmi mm Long Leaf Yellow Pine Lumber, LAURELIA, (Polk County) TEXAS, ¿é The plant is located 90 miles north of Houston, Texas, on the Houston, East and West Teyaa Hallway, in the long leaf yellow pine forests of Polkco...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 21 April 1905

m r; • %. I BR v y- fe-' 5RATION Dupont I Getting Ready Some Experience of the Sexton. From Monday'e Dally. The Bvergreen Cemetery Is being pfepared specially this week tor the annual decoration day next Saturday by the Cemetery Association, the ■work being done by Sexton A. L. Dupont, who has served In this ca- pacity long enough to be well skilled in the work performed. He has been a" sexton perhaps for thirty years. He has be^n connected with the cemetery atOjange for a num- ber of years, and can tell who is the occupant of; almost every grave in the enolosnre of the grave yard. He says that &e cemetery has now close onto 2700 lnyates. During hla many years of work of this kind he has had many thrilling experiences —that Is they would have been thrilling to any-one not accustomed to the work. He hai exhumed bod- ies, from six days to thirty years af- ter interment. Óncé rihee he has •been connected with this' cemetery he exhumed a corpse that he Was sure was petrified. It req...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 21 April 1905

Msl t . K$||Í1 ■■ 1 a ■ «Si I I V "wasPl * ... i ilfe ,,«0W|Bpab^r $|,t' . "••'! i,' j : ; vv £ . 1stJ I ' /i'SÁ- i'Vi i" ■•" i T• ao jfe)€ ■■■. ■ ftn Vi ' . ■. , i iiUmii i r i ii "i ^ '' ' '' V:'HA>Vi '> 1 JETE ORANGELEADER APRIL Ú,1906. fipSf$ m. pp WIT ti £%%£$ iíBk'i IPfeí'' Short Horns Polled Duchatns. Red Polls. Three Hundred head in Herd. Located below fever line. Healthy, Hardy stock of Beat Scotch strains. Reason- able Prices and Easy Terms to responsible buyers. Will lake some good land at market price in part pay lor round lots. address, LANDA CATTLE COMPANY, Brss4sr* *f RegisteredCsttls Only. NEW BRAUNPBLS, TBXAA -?4t'?4íí ?kr ■ mm;/''' N Hoooopoóoooeeocaoae.o—opeeecóéoééoooo ooooooj ■ " ft Wl vi- n «¿JM ' ■ 7 WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF PLATINUM PORTRAITS And also prepared to do View Work. Gall, examine i our work and give us a trial. Our prices are reason- able %nd"we guarantee to please. : : : a- W" STU;PK>! ooa9ooaoMaincaaBtiB8iiBata>Qooc8XQ<eo8ao8coeoi 18...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 21 April 1905

Wmm" wm THE ORANGE LEAVER, APRIL 21, 1905- ; «JEW KHQK SHOULD BE ADVIK- TI8ED. In this day of progress, jmsh and energy, the firm or the Individual that fails to advertise its business, *®°° l*«a behind the procession and the suae is trae ot every town and etty. The cities of the United States that are today making great- er advancement than any others are those that are doto# effective adver- tising, through direction of. an or- ganised bodies, each as commercial clilks, boards of trade, etc. In this connection, a visitor to * Orange a short time ago who had Jut coma from an extensive tour of the Pa- cific coast, remarked: "I certainly do not understand why Orange is not more widely advertised than it H-_ It certainly has beauties and advantages equal to any ánd supe- rior to many of the town a1 and cities visited by me on . the Pacific coast, but at every place visited on that coast I found booklets, folders, sou- venir postal cards, and all kinds of attractive advertising matter"...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 21 April 1905

raíl ffJIli ■'■? V;.;'"'" ■'■"*'■■ ■:"'í'j®''11' :^ljP^fSfPKP!iP9^'r ,* Iff® O&AWU LEAVE*, APRIL 21,1905. W . ,' ral m •*i ■ Of Ssfe on the 27t^ dsy if tebrn- * Recree tu entered by üm B^les Circuit Coart for ttw District oí Texas, at How- to «h.i csuse of Maryland Tmt r¿ Trustee, Complain**, va. Lumber Company at al.. Defend- being No. &4 In Equity on the 91 «aid Court, juA on Inter- on No; I9g of Margaret, p In said cause, adjudging the Maigaret P. Thompaon to be the and bolder of a valid and sub- Judgment rendered by the Dte- Oonrt of the 60th Judicial Di . Of the State of Texas, in and for ,^?i50Unt3r' Tex"' 0,1 October l 04, in a certain cause styled P. Thompson vs. Beaumont Company et aL. h«><nr v0 on the doaket of said court. in ^of said Margaret P. Thompson the sum of Seven Thousand Jive ®¿v \Serenty-n4ae dollars •00), with Interest thereon at «w ¡rato of six (8) per oent. per an- num from said 17Ü, day of October, |1 04, until paid, \ and for cost# of ■Court, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 21 April 1905

■ : '' . 'A "■ •WM'W ' i!8 ' 1 !?VA ^ pllpip liMl ■ . > Mag lor Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhtea Remedy. ' , . Dm't put yourself in this man1 ~keep a bottle, of ' IflBhere JjrV' IBB OBMTGJI LEADIIR APWL «. 1905. and hM nvedi , ran than uf, . _ I ' When rednced with waterand sweet - It is pleasant to take. Y<MM¿Jtonéti Of yowfamily, are • to need thia remedy sooner or later i when that timeeomes yon will need I badly; yOú will need it qni ~ ■ofe buy It now and beprepareq for an FOR «Alte BY " • >" ?t > I -5 t. MEW80N. Fr^m 9atürday' ®iny- €. R. Perry, a well known boat ■tan of'Orange, made a business trip to ■ Beaumont today. '■{" r ■ i C. H. Everett returned this morn- ing from an extended business trip «0 North Texas. Mm. W, T. Miller of Beaumont, JO vlaltlng her daughter, Mrs. Frank Pond. Rev. T. T. Adams, pastor of the Baptist church at Port Arthur,. left •or his home yesterday afternoon, af- ter spending a few dsys In the city •t the Baptist protracted meet...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 21 April 1905

m >pi ink about tbe Garden Seeds to be plant- MMS tetó famous Rush-Pork Seeds. This is one ot the very few. firms who furnish absolutely fresh seeds and refuse to put them out on oomníisáions. Try these seeds, and be made happy over results. .• .; .• .« .• .• .• .• . ?« want to sell you your grocery supplies this year aiSO ." .' / . • .• ,* .• .• ,• 1 < We beep youi-account so that you kilow every day just what you owe ás well as we do. We look out for your wants; and if we havent got what you want, we. will JSetit. v .• .• MM* at STORE DEBTRO\ YED. N.Barton, Sr., The© 11 - H Nelson^Draughon, Fort Worth, Texas. m&M ■ Business COLLE6E than Wé vour of oar Offers better fftcilitieg for the comfort and'¡ other college. A thorough course and a good position ia what we notes for tuition, payable after course is finished and position is method Bookkeeping and Banking. c<wfbe learned in eischt weeks students occupy positions as stenographers at the end .of three mo all commerci...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 21 April 1905

;■ " i Hi T flfll w ¡ÉÉI mi,< ■ ii ■ S ft ?fc From Wednesday'^ Dally. Rev. M. Stevenson ot West Orange will preach at the First Baptist church tonight. All are Invited to .attend. Captain C. L. Davis of the tug Neii|e, went to Beaumont today o* i_", portant, business and will return , to the city tonight. ,, ■ Judge 'W. P. Nicks of the district court returned from hla , home at ' Woodville this morning, where he has «pent the time from Sunday till, last night with his family. Captain C. " L. Davis, of the tug Nellie, informed a Tribune reporter " this morning that his bid for moving the 10,000 barrel oil tank from the Port Vernon Oil company refinery to •the Refinery at Port Arthur had been accepted, the tank having been pur chased recently by the oil company a| Port Arthur from the Port Vernon Oil company. Mrs. E. G. Latchem, a teacher in |he Orange public school, left this «nornfiag-ior- San Antonio on a visit to relatives and will return to the city at the expiration ot one &l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 28 April 1905

ÉXmm m ;í$fS «I h M a >w II Ú 3 ■ > ■ « J-'V,/;'.; I ■Bat' ft H ■ < ■ $fi. - 1 1 Br : i ¡ :4É| ■ U, 'í: 1 it's ,8f Bp: sp- il i 1 1 [ ^ ' of* ;| M 'Í 1 •¿i J ■i'/r-.i- ..Tn ' ■ &*« > ;.?■* H. J. LUTCHER, President. & W. BROWN, Vice President. W. H. STARiv, Secretary-Treasurei. ORANGE, - TEXAS. MANUFACTURERS OF v'' Of & Saw ana Planing s Kiln Dried Birkit Patent Sheath ing Lath. W© Mann Product tur© Any tainable From a Pin© Log. J. B. ORADDOCK, Manager G. BÉDEL MOORE. President and Treasurei : m Wá ®sa SiigaBM H| a"-'- Gítí3en-lÍecor& Consolibateb. ORANGE, TEXAS. FRIDAY, APRIL 28, 1905. 'fiul\ mm • * * I MANUFACTURERS OF - 3® ¡i Long Leaf Yellow Pine Lumber, • • LAURELIA, (Polk County) TEXAS, The plant to 'looted 90 miles north of Ho^toa. TeM^on the_Hou,Mn, P w mill, and superior dry kilns. The faoilittes lor sup, lumber, railroad ties and: timber are among the best, .■iij 1 WITH THE LUMBERMEN ■> "J1 ■ 86 fir this month has béeivan unusually strong one ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 28 April 1905

■m Wm p© , K isp üw ill t Mali ; 1st "' ';* ■! fcM íiríoj MDER'APRIL 28, Í905- - — 1 4, -stfe V ■ - 1S§K '►?■"■ " "Bll Hill1 isr pp Ü#fSí :$jii fill HM ( The Government and the People. I If Mr. Lincoln was right in the ax- * lom that this is a government of the ¡people, ,by the-people arid for the peo-, pie, the. day cannot be distant when . *£ shall see- the nation co-operating With the stated in the ' systematic ¡construction of wagon roads in every ¡direction, and by such generous' pol- icy > aildlng the establishment of conditions that will redound to the enduring glory of American, Qitizen- inip. If this 1b a government 'of the people, by the people and for the peO' pie, it must be that we soon shall wit- Best^the inauguration of that- liberal t national policy with respect to road building which will make one section of our country the abiding place of a ¡happy, prosperous population. This is surely what we are-coming to if the possibilities'of ouf.great country aré lo-be s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 28 April 1905

- .-r>¡ '1 HE ORANGE Á r? j—............r . ,"*"A í:\.Ví'': BR Al'KIL as, 1905 m Short Horns, Polled Durhams. Red Polls, ree Hundred head in Herd. Located below fever line. Healthy, hardy stock of Besi Scotch strains, Reason- able Prices and Easy Terms to responsible'buyers. Will take some good land at market price m part pay for round lpts. Address, "\ih K£* LANPA CATTLE'COMPANY. ra el Registered Cattl* Only. . . NEW BRAUNFKLS. TBXA5. WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF PLATINUM PORTRAITS lira *j# And also prepared to do View Work. Gall, examine j our work arid give us a trial. Our prices are reason- able arid we guarantee to please. :::::::: I v. Éit 'S STUDIO NEAR HOLLAND HOTEL 900000GGOÓOOOOOOÓOOQ9qOOOOOOOOOa LJJUUtAJULftAAAiLOJLAJUUlJUUUULU p;}-' \ Ply Maithoid Roofing Complete, $2,00 per square 1 Piy Maithoid Roofing Complete, 2.50 per square 2 Ply Maithoid Roofing Complete, 3.25 per square 3 Ply Maithoid Roofing Complete, 4.00 per square 2 Ply guaranteed for Five Years 3 Ply guaranteed...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 28 April 1905

-. vb>$m : « ..i ÍIlffiRM? xMf" : ■• t:$rr '■ ||||||| <;'v'■'■ ■ ;|3|p f' - ' TU E ORAME LEADER, APRI1 • ■ 1"" ■ ■ II I M 11 |.l II I — ■' "" Wf?:,. , Ms&ftó sí¡ *mm ; - %'$ ■i.*V. :«* mm ■L fejfi WM ]PV::. • II' m '•:: Ivíi WHERE The John B Stetson Kind Puts Argument Down and Gut ÜNDERWEAR Wilson Brothers «ISHfflDEES IniespeuBible WILLIAMS KNEEL AND & CO. Faultless Favorites for Men ■fv. $Éb0B&t fill -if •w ' ■ M ALONE Y BROTHERS—Extra Fine - • - y . and Very Stylish Shoes for Children, Hisses O O LLARS AN D CUFFS --'—United' Brand— ■ ( Summer Suits, Trousers aud Specialties MmiM Standard of Ready-made Clothing The Old BeliaWe—All Kinds and for Every f nrpose—Hamil- ton Brown Shoe Ca. Sales Last Year One Hon Carry these Goods in Stock, and sell them in close competition with any American Dealer. The Pub- lic Generally and MIS80URIANS IN PAKTICU- )le ©/«! LAB, will please bear this in mind. m I ; i- 1 E. S. HARRIS Manager FOR SIXTY DAYS MUNIFICENT NEW HOVE LIBRARY ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 28 April 1905

I Hi 111 w-— J, Notice \V*h«ra<u, on the r.ry, 1906,a decree was United States Circuit Southern District of «ra, in the cause of Company, Trustee, O 11 - ■ i,' , ii i^iij P Trust inant, vs. -sa ■ fhi ■ "Mi Pfoi lay'': *i KÍ#¡ |ffl Jk " tmot beta* 3*0 acres out United States Circuit Court tor the EH . W^'M IÉ!;fe mm Kirby Lumber-Company ét al., Defend- ants being No. 54 In Equity on the •docket of aaid Court, and on Inter- vention No. lM^of , Margaret p Thompson in safiTcause, adjudging the •aid Margaret P. Thompson to be the cwner and holder of a valid "and 'sub- sisting Judgment rendered by the Dis- trict Court of the 60th Judicial Dis- trict of the State of Tons, in and Jefferson County, Texas, on. October It, 1904, in a certain cause styjed Margaret P. Thompson vs. Beaumont Lumber Company et a!., being No. 4698 on the dojket of said vouit. In .favor of said Márgajret .P. Thompson br the sum of Séven Thousand Five Hundred and Seventy-nine dollars ($7579.00), with Interest there...

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