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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 2 June 1905

Spiral Superintendent's Report for the Ninth Scholastic Month. IV WÉ y-f-i'.. TATIS TIC A E WW Colored School will Inaugurate an Industrial Department Next Session. Orange, Tex./-May 28, 1906, To The Honorable Board of Education, Public Schools of Orange, Texas, ; ' Gentlejnen Your attention is directed to the report, for the ninth scholastic month begin- ning April 24, and ending May 19,1905:'a)so, to the yearly i e- port containing some ot the statistics reported to vthe state superintendent of public instruc- tion and to the United States Commissioner of Education: ¡Ik m ■■ § 5 l^f s o 0 s fc « 00 r, 90 *+ . a' «- 9 s s. (0 . 9 8 8 lO ' 3 5 « ^ ' 5? 8 •• . Vi S S n 9 s *4 8 S ' S - 2 S n 2 Á 8 8 « 5 9 (5 9t S s 9 s s 5 í urabir^f sinirle desks, Anderson 'School - - - - - 248 Number of single desks; High School - - - - - 417 Number of doable' desks, colored School - - - - 105 Namlterof volume* in libraries -¡$884 Amount received from state and county funds - - 14228.9? Amount of c...

Publication Title: Orange Leader, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 2 June 1905

free or and in liver and .TAGS iwSStoS^* I becune very «ore on my ¿stí°w bottle oxlon m:+ ■ ilch perforóte auéh w mm'* uniformly suceéMlu forty years to Its cr<tdit. It'a an Uwnlt your Intelligence for a dealer to try over-portuaalon to palm off upon you its stead «Orne" Inferior article with 1 record to back It up. You kno* whi__ i want; it is hi* business to meet that Hi - I AWAVt to copfaa of «*• m «barato US I «o, send only 31 tituátM to cover coat bur only for book to Constipation althom ta bit ones If negW ille> cure* constipation. n although a little ill. be- lf neglected,,' Dr. Pierce's constipation. From Monday's Dally. Information lor Portland Visitors. The Imposition Information Bureau, under the auspices of the Lewis and Clark Exposition, has been opened, at 126 Third street, Portland, Oregon, near the Union Depot, for the con- venience of visitors to the Fair. .The persons in charge are tbor- 1 oughly familiar with Portland, and will be pleased at ány time "/e inf...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 2 June 1905

«WfTVw i tóife-' W '"V,r .! • .. fe . ?!frV;K:' Si , S i, ■';>■' ;■■■•>:V.-:■■"-■ ■'*>■■ ■'=■:;-■'>'-V: mmtmm E mmmi , fe''' ... . a A yL .7-J| ■&v ■' i Details of the Qreatest of Modern Sea Fights Coming In. í 'w5S|«í ' ' Wiss. Mildreds KELLER. RESTORED TO HEALTH. THANKS TO PE RU NA. •—■— . ■ ^ Friends Were Alarmed- Advised Change of Climate. Mtac Mildred Keller, TU 38th Btyeet, W. WV Washington, D. 0., write*: "I can wifely recommend Per una for catarrh. I had it for years and It-would '' respond to no kind of treatment, or if it did it was only temporary, and on the •lig htest prov opa ti on the trouble would come back. ' •'I wtta In such a stmte that my friends were alarmed about me, and I warn advised to leave this climate. Then 1 tried Peruna, and to my great joy found It helped me from the flrrt dosel took, and a tew bottles cured me. "It built np my constitution, I re- gained my appetite, and 1 feel that I am perfectly well and strong."-Mildred Keller. We har...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 9 June 1905

sü t'ií ÜÜ H cars were — . BROWN, asurei 'mmá upan muj i^^pS csrv ■;,:v J .. ■• * asa ACTURERS OF ■ mMtMi T"P$ ■ ■ - il: hi Mili I of ills t Planers <M V- Kiln Dried Lath. Birklt Patent Sheath Manufacture Any Product Obtainable From a Pine Lost. m bersOur S . B. CRADDOCK, Ma ispra I FACTURE .. riliu URELIA,(Polk County) TEXAS wmx-i muí 'A dealers, but no me: iliii1 !.J ' ' "i i .i ^ i. ... 1 . ,,, SHIPMENTS FOR MAY, 1905; ' h .. v-i, . > *HE> ORANGE LUMJiKH 'COMPANY. dressed _1,057,670 ' > •ter- -—— ...... 148,075 1,200,545 i íirS'hv íi ■nr crease was made, although several lumbermen informed a Picayune reponer i the. price wotild be raised considerably to figures mentioned above." That statement was misleading; the j were easily obtainable. • On May 16 there was held at St. Louisa ; of the committee on values, of the Sou inmber Manufacturers Association, at which the, g advances Were recommended j ). Jni except No 1 commop ¿J.J -$ .? ih °a and alUldillK-" - & MOORE ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 9 June 1905

■MPM "0W^¿sM — M: JH Epworth to Denver; ial announcement is made 71. State Chairman of Trans- art ion that for the 7th Inter- Upwortjb League Con- :e to be held at Denver J«ir r 6th to 9th, the Fort Worth Jenver City Railway ("The iver Road") has been select- ed as the official route from Texas and that in connection with that line arrangements 1, havebeen perfected for Special i| Service leaving Fprt Worth at 9:55 A. M. July 8rd, tbeSchedule being1 sach as to put delegates I and friends in Denver early the following afternoon. In addition to the always up- to-date regular service available via that route, which includes Palace Sleepers and Cafe cars, > the special arrangements also provide for the operation of first class Pullman Tourist Sleepers, through, in which eñtirelysatis- factory sleeping accomodations will he available at but one-half the usual expense. In other words, upon a basis of two per- sons to a double berth, individ- ual expenses for through Sleep- ing Car Acco...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 9 June 1905

^ • r r- r 9,1905 ' fMm . ■Il|l ináa< •■'Vi' i Vi'": . V w 1imwB; ■$ m y-f • a big fc ne'shops Wm lile Mrs. M. G. Da vies and daughter, Gladys, were drlv- dowri Front street in a .bug- Saturday afternoon at about o'clock, their horse became ~ i tened on account of some Of the harness breaking, allowed the breeching to touch his legs. The , animal ran at full speed and Mrs] Davies could make no check on " him and saw that he was going to run into the river, meant sure death to all if she did not succeed in turning the animal. As she attempted to turn him, the vehicle was cap- sized, throwing both occupants out against Mrs. Thompson's fence and thehorse ran atlight- níng speed dotra Division street. .Mrs. Davies and the little girl were immediately picked up and carried to their home oh the cor- nér oí Polk and Boiler streets and physicians Were summoned. A close examination showed that there were no broken bones with either one but that Mrs. Davies had her arm sprained, a deep gas...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 9 June 1905

m ■]¡uu ■ 'II', over here some time last week, and in the meantime every has been arranged and the work wiU idity as possible. Tbey expe While the rumor ot the assas- sination o&the czar today may not be confirmed, it is only a question of time until such a tragedy wilLJbe enacted, if the Bureaucrats of Russia continue their policy of oppression and absolute disregard of the rights . of the people. * ■ ■ 9 Russia .has advised the Ger- mans. whom she had recruited for the Fourth Pacific squadron that their services will not be needed and they may return home. Pbor Russia, what a bit- ter blow to her arrogance and pride has been the crushing de- feat administered by Admiral Togo. Why should there be any ex- cuse for the cry of "hard times" in Orange? The mills are run- ning on full time, there are no id^e men, laborers are being paid olí promptly, in cash, there is as much money being made and paid out here as ever before —then why should we cry -'hard times?" Beau mot is reaching...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 9 June 1905

iman of the íond & Quigley my returned Jouston and m morning over the | Northwestern rail- Buna to look after of the Orange & North - srn extension. Mr. Quigley «uu other parties interested in the work also went on the trip to Buna. Lumber for Mexico. The steam tugKatherine went to Port Arthur with the barges Sabine, Link, Mexico,. Nicara- gua, «Carl and Edward Perry, loaded with ties and bill lumber from the Lutcher & Moore Lum- oer| Company for shipment to Mexico from Port Arthur. "" ' ' ' YJW- T |S Jewelry store in Orange for this purpose and Mr.v Lucas hasdis. played thtem in his window for the benefit of the people who aré interestedin seeing some ot "«f Countv, i>;yVnu s am k« the trophies won by these can ue representatives of the Gate City. Among the trophies Mr. Lucas has on display are the following: " f I A sterling silver loving presented by the" Buffalo nel Club, called the • cup, and won by Sabine Refusal* A cup presented by the Buffa- lo Kennel Club, wo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 9 June 1905

Kits mñ imm # I fAwpwl D§w í'ife'-® fiQ 8#;t, gj«¡; B ,'■ H|fe m- HSM® ■ '' ~ ' " l./' ! 88L, m- m mtmimm la the spring or early summer} the human system under- goes a change. Tis then when that tired feeling persistently haunts one, and pimples and irritation of the skin indicate impurities iq the biood. . Yóur desire is to avoid medicine, if possible;; and strong medicine in particular. Your thoughts revert tp a remedy such as nature would supply: root? and herbs—with no mineral poisons to irritate the stomach. In all such cases, let us recommend GRANDMA'S A combination of herbs and roots, gathered from the each performing its proper function in the cure of consti- pation; purifying the blood and stimulating the liver and kidneys. _ AT All Druggists, 25c a Package None genuine without the picture of Grandma Park PARK LABORATORY CO, New York, •',v i From Frldty' Pally. - (letting Ready to Begin Work on the Orange & Northwestern Extension. C08PLETED IN FIÍE MONTHS Contractor Qui...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 9 June 1905

Wm IP í ■ ■: ,;v:: W, Úr, \!>-V ■ 4 1 J í ===== mm ral® m Wheh you need any pipe fitting, closet ap- pur ten anees, Bath Tubs, or plumbing acces sories call on or telephone § § § § ■ • WRIGHT & SON. No CuretNc> Pay Hack Root. Uvar Nb. • -iiiv . . í" '-i-ifiO fm W.H.STARK, L. MILLER, W. W. REID, PM Id*at. VlccPr**. ■■ oatkkr. ESTABLISHED IN 1889 WW THE . J National Bank '.:V- ffi.'u « * ' / ' '' ■ OF ORANGE, TEXAS. Capital Paid in, - *100,000.00 Surplus, - . - - • 40.000.00 J. O. «IMS, JR. AM'tOttkM IS Business Solicited From' Friday' Dally. RICE SITUATION Planting Delayed, Crop, will toe Short and Prices Hfii *®uS Mi' ■■ ,, ivery. Feed and Sale Stables And Transfer Line, H. $tarks, - - Proprietor. ■ Stable* on Fifth Street, opposite Holland Hotel. Nicc Driving goteen and first class Rím for hire. Carriages meet all Trains. Baggage Transferred. Horses and Buirgies for sale at a bargain. Board* ing accommodations for horses. Bates Reasona- ble. Carriage CallB by Telephone an...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 9 June 1905

fe#--¥ i • -'' ' : ■'' '-■< ^ • 3 ' . ' ': • '$ Claims Many Thousands. ATfigediail's Thanks toPe*u-tia. i ■ ge yesterday thrown. Me H ■ |S¡¡$: W/MM . Í'ÍÍÍM ROBERT DOWNING, TtlC FAMOUS TRAGEDIAN. itS will begin work as-soon as thei outfit can rqach the place, Whic -stated a short t?ipe a¿o>y this paper, it is the desire of the contractor^ that local qien be employed a$ much as possible mM, gjK$l É%;^; UK<: P;/ In speaking of Peruna, Robert Down- ing, the famous tragedian, says: "Ton may notice that persons In poor health always find the heat moat intol- erable; this 1 avoid by nslng Pernna. T know by the thermometer that the weather la hot, yet I have felt the heat leaa this summer than ever. "I find Peruna apreventative against aU Madden summer ills that swoop upon one la changing climates and water. It la the finest traveling companion and safeguard against malarial influences. ; "The cooling action of Pernna on the mucous membrane makes it invaluable to actors and singer...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 16 June 1905

mm " ~v. |||fP® i IE |6.i#PW 35^ SSW: .4- B >:$ r ,í ■ «gKí ps* • mwJ% ' ; ... < I ¡j / r * | íí ' 4 %gg i; '• . .JUNE 16. 1905. NUMBER —- * *? ?■' ■*— . -fÍS.i:' íj'. ORANGE, -—:—" ' '"t .. HJTCHER, E. W.BROWN, W. H. STABK, President. ' Vice President Secretary-Treasurei. - i , • * ? ■ffflr: '■/■ ■■* MW asfc , mjmí mii M/Af .■■F' ■Sí • í í-iSS' ■ ' n Á r— I T 1 ¡ mSmí^WWfi '•••<•:&** ; ' *!'. í W /■. ii' '!■' '■11 ■ ' , ■ • . ;s '%'■ f .,4 - • „• r ■ :■'%•• . y: . . 1 ggfeSMi«P ORANGE) ■ . — " ' '' - 'V A mt -ssL" Víisfial ^ - ' ■ - • _ • • • ' - • ", ■ . ■bit- ' V ' . , " %'?$ :i t -H -y ': ' t : I V' • ;* £ 'í". vv'.y* — '"■ i. MANUF «UBI u !,-, (??■« ' >.• !. ' - ¿ r! •, 1 '';//v lü ■:V - - 1 0 & ai s Orange has launched summer weather and to ;a benefitooe has only to take a noondav stroll ¿cross a long reach of sawdust. If there is a much hotter place on top oí or beneath the surface, the average man would not care to explore it, unless he felt sure of findi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 16 June 1905

THE ORAMOS LEAD A FACT ABOUT IttE "BLUES" What is known u the "Blues' Is seldom occasioned by actusl exist tat external conditions, but io the greet majority of cases by a disorder- ed LIVER —. " THIS IS A PACT ^ which may be demonstré* ted by trying a course of They control and regulate the LIVER. They bring hope and bouyapcy to the Brfod. They bring health and elastic ' Ity to the body . TAKE NO SUBSTITUTO mm If the Beaumont Enterprise never does any more good in the world, the very fact that it was responsible for the agitation that has arisen over the prac- tice of barratry in that city atid the bringing to lieht attorneys whó are engaged in the nefari- ous practice ot soliciting dam age suits against the railroads, should win for it a place in the esteem of right thinking people. -rr- From Monday's Dally. Mangled by a Disc. W. N.^Wilkerson. a rice farmer employed on theBennet farm on the Orange Countv irrigation company's canal, sustained a páintuíinjury this morning that may p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 16 June 1905

' ■ ' ■ . 1 1 'jé.. . i ..58/m • km a, d&rl>.. ' a |P I® ¡i isa — jüít-e í6, 1906 mOv'sfg a m ílMiSI ra ;KP;. mm «J ww*. 'í5 Bis® fw.".' MM i Si mémm ' /■'■ ■í-im raMMip^ uiinn «jfce^W f"; Tom Welch Commits Suicide at 'ü'ií PÉ ■ life an Early Hour this nomine at Sister's Home HIASOH I ... , '.típll . Sitting In a Chair He Sent a Pis- tol Ball Crashing through His Head Back of Ear. From Monday's Dally. . At half past five o'clook this morning Tom Welch, well known to nearly every ope in Orange, sitting in a. chair in his room at the home of his sister. Mrs. Alva Clay Bravo, sent a ^bullet crashing through hisybrain and -expired in about half an hour, without uttering a word. Thomas Welch was {arty-two years of age and is well known here, having for many years pasrt been employed in the mill at Orange. Pora number of years he has been in ill «health, and despondency-over his condi- tion is supposed to have preyed upon his mind until it caused him to commit this rash act and hur...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 16 June 1905

BP \ ,4 1 ■ ' llf SV:"-. ml ,t\j sIM# ' JUJVJS1G, = V ;! If anyone doubts that peaches in be (¡fr°wn t0 perfection in Orange county, just let him visit the Balier orchard in West Orange, or the home of Hon. O. R. $holars, or Mrs. H, Thotnp- son-or a half dozen other places or ¿ more, where some as finé ,fruit is growing as can be found anywhere in the world. Those untortúnates of Orange who, retrained from attending the performance of "A Dress Rehearsal" at the opera house last night as presented by Miss Lalla Rookh Lewis and her talented company of amateurs, have only themselves to blame for having" missed one of the best entertainments that has been seen'on the local stage. Burglaries have become so numerous and lawlessness so prevalent in 'Beaumont that the question is being agitated there of establishing a military patrol and have the town guarded every night by a detail from ;tbe local company, thus serv- ing a double purpose of protect- ing the citizens of the town from law br...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 16 June 1905

V* V\ ' .Tí -Ai , í;. .... l ■ ¿i ffM .- .., i' * MM, IH -n county, it^the Balzer ore Tgef:'Qr ib'egp Sbolars, or Mrs. r§ M. Scoft, wbo was formerly largely Interested in rióe cul ¡■ ■■■HI ttik-e ib Orange ccjtíntyi-'lli**^ I son-or a half dozen otHer places ceá'tíy started opt on a tour more, where ¿orne B anywhere in the worl fj^ciieffltórtntíátes 'of Orange newspapj who retrained trom atte thereJ* tbe performance 9^^ Dress ®Jt if ™ Rehearsal" atthe opera house there b last n^ht as prese^d^y, #l?fj ¿|tefatu^yjbpre i Judicial Lalla Rookh % Lewis auábér Sted to do the m< m Mlfei ¡HT . J First J . - -JW*t 1t ■¡¡Orange House I day aft A. D. of No' to ao« the6tl nuuilx 1981, Ú <jreyf ot establishing a military patrol es ti> heori^ ot the most interest W. ( and have the toWb guarded events ever pulled off in V i/K- m and E Gray, O'Br ney Sii all* Rookh %Léw talented company q^jama have only themselves fa ' for having missed one! best entertainments that bein seen on tbe local s...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 16 June 1905

^^:'S;:;'VV>:':;;:^K'^,ii:> . ,' y,« ' ^•■;::->"i fl®# llPfpJ IBp (''.vf? üü «1 :$f? 5ü W-¿ j¡g¡RH¡ mtion. RÜ' 1 Wmih fPfPí? '''' Constable of Or- m 1BE ORANGE LEAVER JV%* 16190B- ; ; -Á i , t! - npw.) that wud !a«t named girl.heir, osephine Dubroca married Frank Allen, and died during marriage without wue, leaving hor «aid huabund a life e t*te ot an undivided intere«t in said land, all of said heirs died intestate andleamg the above named as their sole and only heirs. 6th. A deed executedjby Mrs. Sarah imanded to summon 6th. A deed -exwuwaii ?«tu. nnitnnwn heirs Smtídes, Mwae Cade.JEffie the unknown, heirs ^T^^Vnd'Robert^ ®a& - making publication | j^ge Dubroca, Nettie Dubroca in each week for Amelia ¿broca, |Louise Dubroca, Nettie ^uorowiand Frank Allen to E. P. Gray, deed dated March 1st. 1895¡ reciting a consideration , . .. of «100.00 cash, conveying their undivid- ihtweeks.as to the ^ itjtere8fc to 8ftid tract Hrst above des- m,,,t ®. Sidney) pre- cr}i)Wjt Bftid ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 16 June 1905

tyVmtf, C 1HB ORANGE DEB SU* 161906. ONE tind only YOU NBBD SOMB Du broca Gray, deed mmmi ■ lo heirs dneybymakiu* publication IPH oo« i each toefc for week ! «tmr weeks as to I March lit, 1885 reciting a consideration neir or auot n, Sidney) pre-1^.;iT:.^""****^¿-1.1- <**X * e«ot, in -ome^. ¿^¿6 records of Or- published in your County, if ■ -be * newspaper publiihed therein, 'not, then in aoy newspaper publUh- usive, of deed Burvivi tract of land con ~~—w 1 w . ■■%> Por the Bumpier. Lett Tip.- -gM uncing the result of the 'J3{* hibition election which was I*2®'71 m two boxes in Orange on ne 8th. The injunction was granted by District Judge Powell at Newton yesterday, at which place he is now holding court This injunction is a témpora ry restraining order- atfd Judge ; but «l itt the Fi^t JiidtoW there be no newspaper published in mM I J«did*l District, then in* newspíiperI _ _ in the nearest District to said First Judicial DUtrict, to appear at the x^rig, for ext regular term ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 16 June 1905

.«i a ; V' ' #'4* ' ■' '■ I 'fe# - ■ ' . ~ : s - ■ ■ IW;c '• ' ■ . ■■.:• i? m I® Í: MPBBUl i i «IP'I . .••• ■¡111 ■- * ■ 0 ". . !■.'■« —— k?i¡> •immmmmi Vk>m$í| n,'.1-i'!'¡:.' • RRPIHH i.ifrj.1 i nyfLMi Ijy .1^1 'Wn". , . M.M,.. .nfi^ lap mt KH^ « ?;.: ■fv'-j , Do r * -* Mb* **«£"£¡£5,4 I * through many them not over-clean), you don't know how or „ la fit for your mw 1 'Of eoune you «I iíyít ■, don't. But IiON COFFEE to MljBfetcMl ky keen fudges at Ike plantation, are at nof Ol MB • ! From the time the coffee , the factory no hand touches it ttU it U opened in your kitchen. > tmm nade LION COFFEE Ac UUDOt or All TlGUtt COffEES. ' Wnilrww of American Homes welcome LION OOFFEE daily. There ia no stronger proof of merit than continued and increas- ing popularity. "Quality Burvivee all opposition." (Sold only in 1 lb. package*. lion-head on every package.) (Save your LionAeada for valuable premium .) SOLD BY GROCERS EVERYWHERE WOOLBON SPICE CO., Toledo, Ohio. ft/ "... ' ' ft' ....

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 16 June 1905

¿5ll <¿1 1 ■ n- >u . \ lit • lid lu íi iiid- í! i* ÍDg to |aff the Ills. JE al- ' la ^ted land lu a rhtó >ra ÜRs • When you need any pipe flitting;, closet ap- purtenances, Bath Tubs,. or plumbing acces suHes call on or telephone § § | g § ■|p WRIúHT &SON. is®#,,. ■II I. maimm&i mm J %m MM \Tml ill, i ii eseemgsaame mortar in stores of wins which were known to be over 2,000 years old was as hard, fresh and tenacious as it it bad been made only a year. He secured a piece ^ mortar and has oeen on It ever since until now, wfieu he says he has dis- covered the secret- Tbe com- pound is a yellow liquid which theProfessor has christened zorene. c |r. . ,j\■■ Prof; BrunU asserts that be will be able to rnáke dust germ- less, water-proof, roads, and give a commercial value to hun- dreds of millions of tons ot slag, which is now useless in tbe min- ing and smelting districts. ? It will at the very least double the life of metals exposed to the aip, such as in bridges, railro...

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