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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 19 May 1905

W|¡P ifliv ; ti h Wíi " IHÜl ¿i- '■ *r C, ":' ■ ] fkS\ Él^' #etteHHR South America Buenos Ayres,' Argentine Republic,. S. A., March 27th, 1905. Orange Hardware & imp. Co., Orange, Texas, u. j8. A. Señores Meo:— Knowing that you will be in- terested in hearing something from a sister republic far to the soutli of ours, X enclose some in- formation which I have gathered since our arrival some ytw.O mónths agó. Our voyage of twenty-seven days, across six thousand miles of the deep blue sea, fromUew York here was not nearly so monotonous as we had anticipated, considering that we only had one stop of a ley hours at Montevideo. We had however some fairly con- genial fellow passengers who assisted much iq passing the time. . The morning after our arrival it Buenos Ay res we wereawak ened by the loud and continuous cries of the news boys about the hotfel and were later informed that a revolution had broken out during the night. To us this was rather exci ting, considering that during t...

Publication Title: Orange Leader, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 19 May 1905

J K 19, 1906 ¿ A.,;v:VXA■;%'•;}, Short Morns, Polled Dunhams. Red Polls. Three Hundred head in Herd. located below fever line. . hardy stock of Best Scotch strains. Reason- >le Prices and Easy Terms to responsible buyers. 11 take some gotjid land at market price in part pay for round lots. ' ' Address, LANDA CATTLE COMPANY, of Registered CattU Only. , NBW BRAUNFBLS. TBXA5. TABLE %-r •* .If*#} S } 1 In the* truénense are such merchants as make a study of what is bestfor man to eat—what is most palatable, healthful, and sustaining, and keep their store we" stocked with such goods.—*"W®, are Thorn." The grocery merchant who will séll impure goods to his customer is not fair; but the one who investigates to find out which is the pure article, and makes an earnest effort tc protect his trade by purchasing only such goods as will stand the closest scrutiny is to be trusted "That's Us." Maybe not always cheapest* ikut positively always tbe best ; Yours for business, 'V •'s '¡¡mm Swindle...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 19 May 1905

and the housekeeper must look carefully ta their food. As good cake can be made only with good eggs, so also a cake that is health- ful as well as dainty must be raised with a pure and perfect baking powder. Royal Baking Powder is indispensable in the preparation of the highest quality of food. It imparts that peculiar light- ness, sweetness and flavor noticed in the finest cake, biscuit, doughnuts, crusts, etc., and what is more important, renders the food wholesome ánd agreeable to young and old. ;<r- W ROYAL BAKING POWDE* CO., NEW YORK. = immm Orange Rifles Life and Dropping out the Drones. With the number of baseball 'enthusiasts, tl^at weliávem and about the city, there is tío rea- son why Orange should not have some good games during the sea- son., She has a first class ama- teur team and if a properly equipped park could be secured the games could be made both profitable and interesting. wWm IMh - While the farmers of Orange county have titeen sadly hamper- ed by the conti...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 19 May 1905

«. ' 1 * J/ ¡Bili: « oí ffaftt eueiuy can discover to be seen In the kelp of Bantu Catalina clever way of making It- Tbe body In slender. with ad acid uaiulnent %«i the back lB,a -íontinuou8 frill, is the dorsal fin, while, opposite, al fin is equally ornamented. The fish vary in color." Sope are amber, oth- ers orange or vivid green,' while some have two hues combined, darte and light' green or olive and yellow. These pecu- liarities of form and color render the fish marvelously like*the" kelp leaves among which it seeks protection. A number of these fish were placed In the tanks of the zoological gardens, where they might be obsérved. They showed great uneasiness, some of them t'Vin leaping from the tank. Another tank was prepared, where the natural surroundings of the fish were imitated as nearly as possible. A branch or ma- crocystls, with leaves hanging in the water, was suspended over the tank. The most uneasy of the fish were placed in the new homer'an^ their change of feelin...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 19 May 1905

'our Children's Health IS OP VITAL IMPORTANCE, jjf A large part of their tima Is spent jn tlw Schoolroom and It booomoe the duty of every parent and good eltuea to see to It that the schoolroom* are free from diseñé breeding germs. Decorate the walla with gr ii©-« Cleanly, sanitary, dn tlstlc, and safe MM health. Rock Cement dellcíSe*tinS? Does not rub or scsls.. Destroys . germs and vermin. Mo washing of walla •fter once applied. Any one can brash Ik on—mix with oold water. The delicate tints are non-poisonous and are made with special reference to the protection of po- plls' eyes. Beware of paper and germ-ab- sorbing and disease-breeding kaTsomlnos bearing fanciful names and mixed with hot water.. Bay Alabastlne- only la live | | f ■ " labeled. ' services in making color plans, tree. ALABASTINE CO, fetcrSCI Qrtnd Rapids, Mick., or to Water St, N. K For safé by ÉL&. <3ered> - TRAIN SCHEDULE, f ' . V* ft" v_i__ Southern Pacific.' Bast Bound— . Arrive. No. 6, "Badger" ...6:...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 19 May 1905

j WlT? ■ ftj Eak -r i'' v ■; . ■ v. w~-. '. ■. ,T«mbbbbftbbbwmbméíéééíbyjléiébémé%.«.^i, ¿;í£¿;;:ííí .... • 'Vi, •■. ,'.1.,;; ,>*¿**01 r. ,V v. i'....,* V >i r,-J . 4-- ¿'ti/. ■.Bb <■ 'l I ÍM—MH lit <^<g¡WWg ''■" -V ..I . . ; < r" "'"ifmHWrWMWBWBlliiIJKiTi>Ti'iiimiii|im>miFíHi rrrT-f—T ' **■<■ KtoMMIMW >.iv. • *•<•"■' mmmmmmmmmmmmmumummimummmmmmmmmmmmmmmm «I ,„í ' wm sm Si® When you need any pipe flitting, cioset ap.- purtenacces, Bath Tubs, pr plumbing acces sones call on or telephone WRIGHT & SON. W.M.STARK, f>r«eld«nt. I MILLER, IV. W. REÍD, • VltfPrat. Tfl íj 1 >ii 1 i . i C« hl«r. ESTABLISHED IN 1889 'Mm THE Ü ■mWm T i IB J. o. •IMA, JR. J ÜH't«« kUr v Your Business «ST NATIONAL "m OF ORANGE, TEXAS IM§> i ;:V:" hftt stood PTW|r« ■HI No Cure, Mo #is; Capital Paid In, -f$'i00,000.00 Surplus, - - - - * 40.000.00 BOTH Phones ¿73. V Solicited And Transfer. Line, H. STAKKS, - - proprietor.. BfabW cjj fifth Siifci. oppó«Ste Holland Motel, ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 19 May 1905

p ' V,\ WW Ltti tlx© Xj-ara"to©rixi©ri, CONTINUED FROM PAOE ONE. sales left little or nothing for first cost, after (de- duction of freight charges and interest. It would seem that the anticipated boom led to more speculation in the wood trade than in any other branch of business in South Africa, and the lesson learat by many cjf the - firms, who embarked fór the first time in wood im- porting to Durban and other ports, will not be forgot- . ten by them for. many years to come. The old-fash- " ioned South African buyer of deals is, as á rule, hot; -.in anv way dependent on the- wood trade for the mafor part of liis profits, timber importing forming simply a branch of his business." Reports froni I>oganéport and intermediate points, tell of heavy, rains that fell between Dewey and that .city on April 14; further advices mention "high water all the way from Longvíew-tó-the héád of the Nar- - rows. As very few floating logs remain to come out, a rise in the Sabine is a matter of sma...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 26 May 1905

'f Cítí3en FRIDAY, . J. LUTCHER, K W. BROWN* Vice President. W, H. STARK, Secretary-Treasurei. Nil pp 1 iltlls «881 I ANGE, - TEXAS fflWWP WME MANUFACTURERS OF Sil nfrTlWa MM TB r n W&& e V.SS m & - We manufacture Any Product Obtainable From a Pine Log-. Birkit Patent S Hi ni Av.? G. BEDEL MOORE, President and Treasurer, J. E. CRADDOCK, Manageh MANUFACTURERS OF u nsoUbateb- i) ■\' MAY 26, 1905. iw t -?r tr-— i ;> There has been a momentary lull }o demand that portion of the Southwest that is now Acted with top much water, due as much to the wretched condition of public róáds and to coun- try bridges, carried away by freshets, as to ap- prehension of injury done to crops. A tornado ran zymuck through a wide strip of the small grain belt last Saturday, that tangled oats and wheat badly. Corn that was tasseling was blowp down, but it is hoped much ot it will straighten up and make a good yield. Every mishap of this kiud'has a visible effect upon demand from af- fected di...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 26 May 1905

mm ■ piil Efts' life. Ml'-fe.' w ;• m ü' é Riv,: JP Ik wt- ^V" Wx .• ill® B& •. te-' «*• > « . ft V-' " • A Fitting Close to a Year's Work. The members of the Reading Club enjoyed a veritable liter- ary - feast .yesterday afternoon when they were the guests of Mrs. George Walter Bancroft at the home of her mother, Mrs. M. J. Ochiltree. For the past' year the club has been studing the history of French Literature and the tri- colors of-France were' carried out in the decorations. Mrs. JSholars, club j?residet>t called the meeting to order and Mrs. W. £. Anderson, who was sec- retary of the club during the past year, read the minutes of the last meeting. Mrs Mort L. , Bixler then gave a very clear concise report of the recent meeting of the Federation which ' was thoroughly enjoyed by the ladies and which reflected much cnedit on Mrs. Bixler." At the close of the business session Mrs. Sholars turned the club over to the tender mercies of, Mrs. Bancroft who introduced them to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 26 May 1905

house with *he children i«to has refused them. Fata is of toil in this case only another word for Ignorance. Many a Klud mother dates herTiappinem from the day she first began the use of Doctor Pierce's Favorite-Prescription. It often happens that with the cure of female setabllshlna of the deli- organs In souna health, the soon have reared this old p'le oi . ere many months have passed and gone hundreds of men will be busily employed there turuiog out thousands of feet ot first class yellow pine lumber daily. i and the establishing of tl amanly organs' -Is opened for the •ito Prescrl Pi bmmmmmm chronic, ailments P , cures them perfectly nd permanently. No other medicine can do for women so much as "Favorite Prescription." XX>* M Do not therefore let a] other medicine be pal off on you as "Ju* good." " Favorita Prosfcrlptton " contains no alcohol, opi- um,(cocaine or other nar- cotic. It i* strl ■ í temperance medici " I can truly sty your mod! of mine." write Mr*. Arthu hewtbuiK...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 26 May 1905

íMm >■ ■ ', ■ 3, iff 1 • Une Pl lew of the fact "that the Orange & North western-Frisco engineering corps has recently been sent to DeQuincy, La., with • instructions to run a line east- ward from that.place, the follow- ing special from Baton Rouge, La., will be of interest: Batou Rouge, La., May 21— , L. S. Berg, president of the New Orleans " Terminal Company, «slipped into Baton Rouge and out again Saturday morning at 2 o'clock. The loCal railroad officialsdenied ha ving any know- ledge of his visit, but it is posi tively learned-tonigh t, after dil igent investigation, that he came here on a special train, ar riving at 2 o'clock, in company with several men, supposed to be contractors, and he left at that hour for across the riyer, presumably to go over the route of the Colorado Southern, New. Orleans, and Pacific railroad from Baton Rouge to DeQuincy The spectálfrain immediately returned to New Orleans with- out Mr. Berg and his party. Nothing of bis movements after arr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 26 May 1905

- - " —- - ■■ ' —- summer time , The <rWn hirrf that summer time > i negreen otra that 8] ir 9t spends her his present felt,, but afternoons in a cage on a fire warm weather things escape at Eighth avenue and ing ward to the way Fifty-eighth street must be the ess about Orange, the J first automobile parrot on rj. ding of the big Orange - cord. Her vocabulary for the iber company I mill, the most part was;" Polly wants a truction of the Orange'& cracker." Saturday afternoon rtbwestern railroad and the she realized that was trite and s other enterprises set to work tó. devise something _t are employing, labor, ¡newer. ing promise of busy times in 1 While she was-plunged in pro- tor the balance of the. toimd - contemplation an auto- mobile whizzed by with a start- s' '* —z—• " ling "Honk!hohk!„ Polly for an "he rapid advances that are instant was irritated and dis- cing madé in the price of rice turbed, apd screamed back an jrObably'encourage the far- answering "Honk! honk!"...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 26 May 1905

• 'mmm wfmw . Ü tr(v ' war . BE .. m m i ThedfordY Black-Draught the entire system ■and keeping the tody in health then any Other medicine made. It is> in any emergency to OTO frMuent in t h- .oolds, 4 — -üraugkt is the er-failing remedy for bowel, liter and kidney It i a cure far the domes- tic ill which ao frequently summon the doctor. It is as good foar childnm as it is for grown persons. A dose of this, medicine erery day will soon cure the most obstinate case of dys- pepsia or constipation, and when taken as directed brings qnick relief . DAwnxs, ux.. Dm. is, itfla. Thedford's Blaek-Dransht baa beenowr ssumEs^wass m MM and are all rlfbi la twelve b' We kaTSspant tots ot money for doctor Mils, bat sat along ]aat as wall with lUafb*Draught, n a h. ntnira Ask your «salar for a package sf Thedford's BUok-Drsught and If toe dose noi keen M asad «fie. to The ChatU- MadlctaaCo to you. W. E. Rettig, are presentative of theC. R Cumraings & Oo., Houston, is in the city at present ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 26 May 1905

m at. i ■'JM ' ■ o. « When you need any pipe flitting, closet ap- purtenances, Bath Tubs, or plumbing acces jries call oh or telephone § § § § § ■MKrigI&S(Í ■Bk|ÍÍBÍ& . H. STARK, É Pr* ld«at. L. MILLER, N.W. REID, 1- Vlc«-Pr«s. C« hl«r- ESTABLISHED IN 1889 mm ■ d &T I ^ST National Dank OF ORANGE, TEXAS; THE iuUrr-' Capital Paid in, - $100,000.00 Surplus, > - - - - 40.000.00 J. o. •IMS, JR. Aut Cathikr Business Solicited ; i average htJI Sales over One to you? H r %m wvrl S niflCl. j pi i' v . taHUfMinoa the water some time tonight or ' r in the morning. The watch extend from the wharf near ge Rice mill to the cut,- butcher & Moore Lum company's lower mill ; ; A.M. n. STARK, AW A Kansas City Company] Will Build the Orange & North- western. PSIm . r THIBTYOHE MILES LET- Contractors Will riake Their Headquarters in Orange and Begin Work at Once. ' H ' -i 'i%" Clv|l Engineer, Real Estate and • Rental Agent. Offlce up stalre Mercantile Building. . N.eW phone 445. K...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 26 May 1905

iÜMS t i i'-r:.y& CATARRH. Pe-ru-na Invigorates Mind and Body. Takes Pe-ru-na Every Misa Till* AUrx, 421 14th St., Milwaukee, W writes: t • ■. í'I 'Wn cleaned to endorse Fehui, u I found It "The greatest family jnedioine ever discovered, in my opinion, which comes from experience íi, well M,obs#rration, Is Per una. • * . ^ "The most common affliction to humankind is a bad cold. Peruna djfiyea It out of doors, wards off catarrh, invigorated and gives fresh strength to mind and body. I^lve Feruna my unqualified en- dorsement."—Wm. G. Hunter. y system of a severe colfl r I bad tried many other very enioient in ridding m and catarrhal trouble, after 1 when I was much was entirely rid of all take It eve the coid and catarrh. I «hall take U every spring as a tonic, as I found that it mad* Ae muck batter la * V " v * • ■ . * WJ. every way."—Tilly Marx. C i W§Mt MISS LVDIA HE«Z ICIER mm® I V " ■■■i ~ ( * '' MlssCiydia Herziger, Grand Recorder of Ameri- ehoe, can Daughters of Independe K...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 2 June 1905

. Üí^ISÍ'' '' ^íiÉSl r.¡FM sú nm m s^mm. s i¡«'fc': Itplíf ■ r ?■ fii#% v BPP*1--^^ -'S11SI V "l v'r ,' ¿V- '•'■ f;Í:./■;■'•; ;^'í< ^:-r, I ' ' ■ ■ ■ " '4- -i iSf&í ORANGE, TXAS. H. J. LÜTCHBB," President. K'í'«'v.'<. ^rvAv'i¿i'> fe ft* ¡r- "«a f-'• • w n ' CTAPir V XI OIAll|V) Vice President, -fj Secretary-Treasure* ¡Mplfl ews with sales ma singular uniform Bil offices ot th ■■ka^p at hand they hasten to b requisitions for. ed earlier than has often develo, ' " ' me," Ju rti g confirmed it w mill yard every d iterview with P. er and Moore Lumber gentleman had m * mPÉM: a&mb fásila ¿■■•A 4í if-rr:"; m frMá ers had not started in to tables-.with a view to such a$ many as this commutilt lost wagon loads of them, i enough hogs to consume dm nice vi I Í& y\ Hots <:= •RANGE, - TEXAS. ; ■ ■■■' v.'-« ■ MANUFACTURERS ipiSilw | Imwm fere this in. conditions at ity. All report at presentare tor nearly every uthwest and if in such aajefy 0 car shortage tember, though Au...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 2 June 1905

i —a r* FAMILY SAFEGUARD mmm- MW m Di. Oreen arrange* with the Wiece of Dr. B achce to handle her famvas Carta' Great Throat and X.uag Care. ^Tbe best farailv aafeguard is a reliable " " '*• • that will cuft croup aanMtiom, ninnlnj household medicine that will cáft croup, Coughs, colds, chilly aenaations, running i and nose, tore throat and bronchial >na—that will keep the children against all oontagions distasas. indi a medidas is Baschae's German Syrup, which has a record of JJ years in the euro of consumption, catarrh and all tang and bronohial troubles. - 4The Cune of German Syrup as a eon- •mnpthre cure, since its parchase by Dr. Green from the niece of the famous Df. Boschee, has extended to all parts of the earth. It has big sales eVarywhwa. ta ^Two sizes, 35c and 75c. Jul druggists. j For Sale by B. F. HEWSON. From Saturday's Dally. WANTS LUMBER TON- NAGET. ¡¡ato r- iS'-~ It is Officially given out from ry< being shaped elab- m Ifl wriS"-, • ¿y gi New Orleans1 that tbe...

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

*rMW¡w m«k á 'iwnpi ^ ne*J anV pipe flitting, closet ap- . nances, Bath Tuba, or plumbing acces so^es call on or telephone | § g § § ■■¡■KRIGHT & SON. pp pMwí ' 1 .' •W-<i m mm* I.MMTARK, L. MILLER, W. W. RBID, J.O.«IHt,JR. PrMldaat. VIm-Pcm. 0 hl*r. ESTABLISHED IN 1889 i ;■ ■ v ' '• •MM THE SF flM OF ORANGE, TEXAS. W Capital Paid In, - $100,00000 Surplns,... - - 40,000.00 iüá 0. Business Solicited frmir - irro mm n ■mm Slaw HW |£. M i' SOde M. I I'll,! ' rs. Griffith went to Beau- mont today on a visit to rel- atives. US:' •' ■ni Orover JPoole • bias recently accepted the position as night yard clerk at Echo for the Southern Pacific Railroad Com- pany. , ¡,1. A. M. H. STARK, f$V , ¿ M{i Englkieer, Real Estate and Rental Agent. *4*" Up a tain Mercantile Botfdlng. New phono 443. Healdence, ffia «W panvtwi .MS —2 ' v;- '--v.' ■■ Sli2K* \ - -v.:. . • ' ' wk Livery, feed and Sale Stables -•■—And Transfer Une, .. " '.V v-i,.' • • H. St arks, - - Proprietor. Stable* on Fifth Street...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 2 June 1905

m T1 p - ««Togo always fights and sel dom reports," Is the statement given out by the Japanese navy department, ánd in this the doughty Japanese admiral is set- ting a shining example to the balance ot the yforld. Of course, it is annoying to the newspapers and to the public not to be able to give tro'm day to day the ex- act movements" and plans of a ' fleet, but there is no question that this policy of giving but no news at all has been a potent factor in winning victories for Japan. Yes, in more ways than One Togo has proven himself a master of naval strategy and will take his place as the great- est sea fighter of modern times. The lot for the new city hall and fire station has been pur- chased and the deed passed and contractors are now making es- timates on the building that will occupy it.-Mayor Windham and his councilmen are acting with deliberation in the matter, for they desire to make no mistakes, but it is pretty certain that work will begin on the new building within th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 2 June 1905

iül v 1 .is.--,; vi. •< 'i - i ' ..••••/■¿.•n.. Wn. MM 11M ^ ■ P ü ,f] W$5&éé¡mtl • ■■ n '« .k„ Sheriff or any >of< a age Cnuufcf, Greeting: ífó'lIji ■ ¡ raon •VUfA#"* .1 k«*>! tfí unknown vioua Ü RUSSIAN VESSELS HÁYK REA m Vipfeii m published in your Connty, if there lie a newspaper published Jth«| iin. jut if not, then in any newspaper publish; -d in the First Judicial District; but if there b-> «o newspaper published in said Judicial District, then in a newspaper published in the nearest/District to suid Fiftt Judicial District, to appear at the next regular term of the District Court of to be holden at the Court , in Orange, oá thé the Vint Monday !* Septe ¿ulÜÜl# , the «uno being the Bthi^ay A _ , •« . . J Of November, A. D. 1905. then and there As the details ot the great naval battle slowly lift nj,to answer a petition filed in said Courto¿ ore and more remarkable becomes the achievement of the 6th day of May a d. 1905, in a wit, ral Togo, whose fleet was c...

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