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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 16 June 1905

■ • V -I-;, y:";"';""''? OR. i mm ■ sii; w i BEAUTIFUL I SPRING CATARRH BY TAKING PE-RU-NA. Spring Fever is Spring Catarrh- of Strength Like ■Nothing Catarrh. Pe^rtwia is the Finest Tonic '** a Weary Woman. Mla¿ B. lZzSllvera^ 189 W.' 'lMth str^t^N^ York Olty, Grand Keoorder Daughters of American Independence,Writes: ' "Nine year oí work, without a vacation, wore out my-nervous syatem. I lost my appetite and #el t weak and exhausted nearly all the time. J&niFS&Si VJ0, ?*# Wtó ,a weeks. It 1$ the finest tonic tor a weary woman sSteL % l«e* Peruna Is the most prompt and. permaUent sure for all cases of nervous prostration caused by eystemio catarrh known to the medical profession. ' i 'W'VWP ' MISS ESTELLE CAMPBELL "Peruna helped me when almost everything else failed* I was rundown from overwork, ju I had not been able to take a vacation for three years. * and naturally my nerves werp all unstrung and I was greatly In need of rest and a tonic. "1 went away for two months, but ...

Publication Title: Orange Leader, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 23 June 1905

- vi i c \ MMim v >' ' !* r: ; "' '' ' :> ¿,''r , f<':■ ■ ■ " te -ti" u¡ W> ■ 1" 1 solfbateb. i" '■ ''. í ' ORANGE. TEXAS. FRIDAY, JUNE 23. 1905. ; A steady demand for railroad lumber !«> President. E. W. BROWN, Vice President. W; H. STARK, Seeretary:Treasurei< R|f?íáá[ ffl wrnmm =r= ORANGE, - TEXAS. ■ ■ ' ''' ===== MANUFACTURERS OF ™ .. . • . ■ - ■ , Wjfi pWHK«! K- of & ¡m Kiln Dried Lath. Birkit Patent Sheath sms jfwSI \w\ rXlMx S&la M We Manufacture Any Product Obtainable EM From a Pine Log. BEDEL MOORE, President and Treasurer, J. E. CRADDOOE, Manager. MANUFACTURERS OF mmgik Lumber, LAURELIA, (Polk County) TEXAS, H THE LUMBERMEN " Saw mills at Grange have been handicapped by rked shortage of labor for nearly a mnoth, and is to hecome of it can only be conjectured. Men- tion was made in the Leader last week regarding the effect of hot weather upon men working on the yard, but that does not fully, explain the situation, for one firm has been working short...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 23 June 1905

m ^ /\\v . A\W.< rocks si Bf fM SH & «2 :;*v; •■ u. ofthMtpiib. If JSIfc^íltaSí'** ORINKING TOO MUCH, they wlfl promptly wltoyo tfc« ■mil, SICK HEADACHE-— and nervwianeu which follows, rn the appetite and remora rioooiy i lags. Elcrantly sugar coatipd. Take No Substitute. Í ' t&i' ••A Live Thing In a Dead Room." Sidney Smith once, in boast- ing of his'Are and fireplace, said: "Never neglect your fire- •place. Much ot the cheerful- ness of life depends on it. What makes .a fire so pleasant is, I think, that it is a live .thing in á dead room." Fires and fireplaces are not just the topic for consideration toy the* farmers, in midsummer, and those are not our subjects; what we want to talk about is "live men on a dead farm," as contrasted with "dead men on a live farm." Any farm is dead or alive ac- cording to the way it is treated. There it lies, an inert lot Qf ground beat upon by the rains, flowed by the frost, warmed by the sun, through the whole yeir^ , Those are the ma...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 23 June 1905

KÉf JíPsfsi * 3 ally. .Y CELEBRATION Jive the Peo- , a Good Tim® on That Bay. JI i : y: -■ Orange Rifles have ar- with the management of ! Orange & Northwestern company to have a icnic at Bunker Hillon July 4th/ " grounds are well known St of the people ot Orange Lnu the railroad will at once put a force of men to work pre- paring them especially for tbfc occasion. There will be many interest- features On the program* II among which is a 2QQ yard foot race between two of the fattest men in Jasper County;, the ft Catching of .the Greased Pig the sparring contest between two old maids; the climbing of the greased pole; the young ladies 100 yard ,foot race; fo; this race the qualifications will that no young lady shall be der 18 years of age or Over All who desire to enter it send their names and ages Cápt. A.- E. Sbolars n< * traban 12 m. July 3rd. le captain of the JRifles rotiating withSignor Jumpet- to make a balloon ascension parachute leap. the net proceeds of the r are to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 23 June 1905

sJpL fitfA-WSSBWrn, ¡qmmr M; wm mí 4|m m:r ; m. Igj^ygraH ;M: THE ORANGE 23, 190S. H Sil r- >-w?' ''Jfes ÜSflRI | W _jpáS ■A ■ ;J - If YOU are goingto take a trip it would be II A GOOD IDEA for you to see a repre- sentative of the, H. & T. C. B. B. ■ • > • before you decide on the route. ' Summer Excursion Tickets on sale , daily at low rates. Quick Time between South and North Texas S—Throufth Trains— • PULLMAN SLEEPERS betweeh II HOUSTON and AU8TUJ WACO FT. WOKTH . ■ _ . M DENVER via H. & Í. C. to Ft. Worth, F. W. & 1). C. [The Denver Road] and Colorado.& Southern to Denver. ( .DALLAS and DENISON GALVESTON and ) ST. LOUIS via O. H.& N. to Houston, H. & T. ( C. to Demaon and M. K. & T. to St. Loui«. For farther information see ticket agent Or address M. L. ROBBINS, G. P. A. « ■ G. P. A. HOUSTON, TEXAS m i LIFE INSURANCE. The agitation and shaking up that has been going on among the ruling powers of the Equit- able Life Assurance society tor some ti...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 23 June 1905

pi m mk i§p iMm . ,■ ■ ■ Publication. mm fe - IraÉ'i m o* Texas. To the Sheriff or any QonatoMe of Or- greeting: ; ou are hereby commanded to summon •Mason E. Sidney and the onknown hein óf Mason B Sidney by makinst publication of this Citation once in each week for ei«ht successive weeks, (fonr weeks as to Mason R. Sidney and eight weeks as to the unknown heir of Mason R. Sidney) pre- vious to tfae . Mtani day hereof, in tomé newspaper published in youf County, if there be 4 newspaper published therein, bat if not, then in any newspaper publish' «d in the First Judicial District;, but if there W no newspaper published in said Judicial District, then in * newspaper published in the nearest District to said first Judicial District, to appear at the nexjt regular term of the District Coort of Grange County, to be holden at the Court Houee thereof, in Orange, on the 9th Mon- day after the First Monday in September, . A. D, 1905, the samé being the 6th day of November, A. D. 1905. then ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 23 June 1905

' iWi ■''liiy ' inn*' ;T,-*wv?e s 'mm Ww^w VW® ó- '• .8 £*& if'ií;: y !i •-■ v i WVt* W' 5 V-v' The Secret of 1 ■ i¡ ¡ tyjfMg m Eren the best houaekeepera «who* make a good cop of eoffee without good material Dirt/# adulterated aadqueerly blended coffee auchaa unacrupulouu dealers shore! oVer their counters won't da But take the pure, dean, natural flavored LION COFFÉE, líe leaíer 1 «U ***** cftyeefr- the coffee that forover a quarter of a century haa been daily welcomed in mifliona of homea—and you wfll makfc a drink fit for a king in this way?* . ' .■ "■ HOW TO MAKE GOOD COFFEE. Dm LXOM COFFKB, keawee to get beet reeolU yon mart tu the best t coldwatcr, te of an egg (if egg la to be aaed m e settler). the tor ten TWO WAYS TO SETTLE COFFEE. Vm part of the wklte ot sa egg, mixing It with the ground HON instead ef eggs., After belling add a daah of oeldVater, and eet theneerrethroughaettalBer; ■ ■■ ''"-■■■> ■' ■- '■ Inelat on getttna ■ package of genuine LION COFFEE. ■^ftsawss...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 23 June 1905

m ■ When you.need any pipe flitting, closet ap- purtenances, Bath Tubs, or plumbing acces sones call on or telephone 8 § 8 & 8 ^-—-WRIGHT & SON. - W.H.STARK, V- MULED, W.W.MBID, J. •. SIM*, JR. Prttldaat. VltoPiHM. Oatkltr. AutCatkhr 4^— ESTABLISHED IN 1880 [f®. Y\%[, ifttfSill! ••••• I the I0NAL OF ORANGE, TEXAS. m 'MJf hm Capital Paid in, - $100,000.00 Surplus, - - - - - 40.000.00 Your 'iiv|"v1''-''1 Business Solicited "ffr! M ■** nd Transfer Une, H. St arks, - - Proprietor. Stables on Fifth Street, opposite Holland Hotel. " first class Rin for hire, all Trains. Baggage Transferred. Nicc Driving Horses and Carriages meet all Trains Horses and Buggies for sale at a bargain. Board- ing accommodations for horses. Rates Beasona- . ble. Carriage' Calls by Telephone answered any . hour of day or night. ~ Both Phones 178. }-1 Gentle Driving Horses for Ladies W * : ■ PÍHHMBBik warn yon? i of Grove's Hack RooCJ mam ttatwIB Alfred «I i «tur moím 50c. Fort Worth, Texas- offers better...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 23 June 1905

, ; ' '' f ®w \ MANY PEOPLE HAVE Backache, the First Symptom of Kidney Trouh}©* Pe-ro-na Is Invaluable Such Cases. ER I£1 — I mm Prominent Persons Who Been Cured. Have Daniel D. Bidwell, Supervisor, Notary Public and a member oí I. O. Q. V.,lflO Pearl street, Buffalo, , N. Y., writes: • "Having1 used Parana for * ehor: time, I desire to irrite you as to my present condition. "WhenrobtainedPeruna I wasMattering from chronic indigestion and kidney trouble. It teemed toheip the circulation at once. > My digestion is how perfect and my kidneys and bladder do not trouble me In any way. In tact, I give Peruna the entire credit ^ "Hoping that yonr remedy will reach all sufferers\ in a similar case, and thanking you, I remain,"— 1 Daniel D. Bidwell, N. P; m •• í I lM South American Cured by Pe-ru-na. m ^ - "T mm ^¿pNSO-D'AL3°^5 ii' • Dangerous Kidney Diseases Cured. At the appealance of the flrst symp- tom oí kidney trouble, Peruna should betaken. / This remedy strikes at once the very r...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 30 June 1905

ÍÍSÍSí;#Sf:¿ ,i 0 MPS W. H. STARK, oi Secretary-Tre k == T'X <r "M* Z'áÁ'? 't3wP "'4 President, ijHraP MPSh . ?:•«■ "":in'is -. , ■II, "i tnniT-irtiij TEXAS. , MANUFACTURERS OF H WM ■hB9| $>É / iff — M r y ■¡■nil mmmt§ of &§ Kiln Dried Lath irkit Patent WMiml We Manufacture Any Product Obtainable From a Pine Log mmm -a-—- ima fgl||8H WSmm |K1& ir—TÍ *. JUNE 30, SiM on over and winter. ,'?// BMPBBP has shown r ow, life hat* vt—1 mills. Exporters stand ready to boy any grade of I ber that their correspondents on the other- aide of assure them ajrring profit on. While none has i oessive engagement* this summer, a number of secured room, and sellers are at G. BEDEL MOORE, President and Treasurer, J. E..ORADDOOK, Manager. MANUFAC lURELIA, (Polk County) T 90 miles noKth of Houston,' v , I Writing about the weather taw come to be decidedly mo- . and would now be inexouseable but for the important it has hud throughout the current season upon the out- t of milla in tU> Sout...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 30 June 1905

mbhiJB Ipl jmgmm I THE O Él ''!";>,>! y;.«.w The Bif Plant at Orange, Costing One Hnndred Thousand. Dollars, Now in Full Operation, Makinf Eight Tons of Wrapping Paper Ewy Twenty-Four Hourly thing has I •¡ffcfljf futureenlai and ■■rapacity , ayfUdoubled al« The .boiler house is1 S§l*o-*59& a new boiíer hasJ>een Inst — 4-V n. 4- i.itll I-, ^ ««fi tl - - - — < - ucrf tflorX Will DC UScu CXC11 ly for furwí&tífjg ,'W¿áütf ttír , seeking pporationo Fuel' I1^ I ;;:jr if bvirun fxl id Jiinh* Wfortí vvwd luí..rtpüifwiou | After Miay Montis ofToSftdtrfc'La^cir^H^BijrMdht j {&tfr^ü^ii3ffl<gfaa!—, .,,tü. ijlii'wIJA ñ>4J lo 'hi- í^riíü i' (l ') >*•> iffirf WJOd ttlitJW .ho Iftci'l wiilvtl u «wilt mutHH / F<* WanyirtoatlMi'the1' : é WrÚtSC whole. oiSauth east <T«bü%) have 9PffiPl«tiqft^víhe, ,ibig i«y#llow pfeepkp&tfatfVki ttók . iB^laim. this iJbeiiwjai,]),I big tarite4«Kwe4(P*<Ai#towl¡i*w- eryifuiwislring an< lannpiei water iThitotomqj larape...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 30 June 1905

gnu**- - ' . « . « . ... I :, "r.;, n . _——^ _: ; ,and -if j'nhitiow ,wtjn , jf'WÍflw ,'tilW; | W (till H IfeÉAg' tol ■ I Te«vr Wd 1 í«lü li^AU BO i i.'B-l ko) fit íero it ih •IA yd notyriiiliuiW Jc ilwvj tfwgl fsppE it® ■mffi4ü Ü If* flit. #'*f -« T« ^ jR wTijívJEÍH"y, filb ¿¡¿aHai ■Jákp^tariái^i /«It ill¡7/ ici EVERYWHERE) " !#{ BQpIclj 00i, 'VdMUvOMtt J rrn7 ! i ,i i *7 "Wj7iU'i 1 iT I iiMifnuf y rin,',! • i í iS Hill i i Wn^y«'frilly. )r.i'>'f;n'in; ;■ r: ■-' " 11 1 " 111 ■ R«clbdU Tihdr Action. '* 1 w^mÍmPÉ??^L ■■■, ears ago the Or- em ¿County! coramissiohérs fcratitedf W. JíL. íletchef, áttd! Wl J. mWérá ht tb ptit! gáteá; áWtísfá' thé FWésÍBlü# Tfti&W ¿ú iáóa traí sed by tli{S"íoaa! WtiW].. ft'ém, óti ácctfhnt ¿itbeÉimkH (aJtóóútifl oftrtLveHta¿a3héi¿!«btft pawofihe c5útít^í°it' b$ng>i¿ tfcfé! ^tt&wk^tb'éas^éorher. éW'tflfé imfttótiWNHt ¿átttttrc ¿áL'WeMítíM wtxiñrmm tbfy lénixa'Wp lobsandss oí aerea - of land! for ttte rpufpose of hoMiqg!their;liAe l tíreedaofc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 30 June 1905

r . .'íSWj.wj.^..u«t. v,.£ pK m WMPtK W AMiMMUKHlMrfHKflNBMB vi **.:«''. .í/CNH- .. KSÉWüaMMWP^'lWíWlUi;' JHft. sentative of the mm fe m ¡P * ■Kb i fes V ;• JL • .,,. ,. V- .'.V ' ' before yoii decide on the route. « Summer Excursion Tickets on sale daily at low rates. ¿ Quick Time between South and ; a—Trirou&h Trela -r« PULLMAN SLEEPERS between ÉsH i;,:,-'"^¿2¿r;í¿w LmmÉk ■3f wS 8¡HkíWHlSHwffifff. i I B s ü iK5 ®« ■; |pf J5!® )k'$ mwm&to : mmtmmmummmrnM Wl i<V ■K f AUSTIN WACO HOUSTON and : -M . ■• ■ ■ >v v GALVESTON and ' - i 4$'$$ FT. WORTH DENVER viaH. & T.C. to Ft. Wort & P. C. [The Denver Road) and Colorado Southern to Denver. " ( DALLAS and DÉNISOm' ) ST. LOUIS via G. H. & N. to Houston, H. BT — — - — w. &• HHMHRHRHiRRHl E. & T. to St. Louis. Denison and M. For further information see ticket agent or address M. L. ROBBINS, G. P. A. HOUSTON, TEXAS A DAY OF RECREATION As the years go swiftly, by and thebitter memories e.ogend- WK m. ered by th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 30 June 1905

¡tó m íí> PHPW5 fívW irhfWr IP 1 ' or any Constable of 0«- to summon .• 'r^tFtlcVvÍEyjmaBBIr i the unknown heirs making'publication once in each week for Week , (four weeks as to R. Sidney and eight weeks He to the hrfrs of Mason R. Sidney) pee- to the return day hereof, income >ed in your County, if pnblUhed therein, •per publish- •trictj btttif published in sajc^ ben in a newspaper t the nearest District to «aid District, to appear at the • term of the District Court of to be hdden at the Court aereof, in Orange, en the 9th Mon- th* First Monday in September, . D. 19Q&, the. saine being the 6th day November, A, D. 1905. then and there itition filed in said Opurton 16th day of May A D. 1905, in u ^it.l red on the docket of said Court No.. 81, wherein Mrs. A. E. Gray, Dickson ■y, Mrs. Nettle Gosling and husband, \iC- Goslinif, Myrtie Gray, Kart Gray ?JandDoon* Gray and Fiqta Gray and Judith Gray, minors by their mother and next triend Mr . A. E, Gray and Geo. C. are plaint...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 30 June 1905

m HI lap «wi kE-* tDer si# day timo fullness or $ orvousiu and X fol worn out Si csasasswm, Spwvf' M tor tor him It pays better, but ou, if you want the ••¿/•MUM ' Mia SSSASKSV &SS j8i<li>d v ,CÍA r.tviT.-rni íérfri; -'¿tnill- .tluii v.''.-:/!'.'; v; V'J'Y fj-!' ,, ' lWlg STOd^it «ál-y íHr uw> * trip from tonio. The moat direct route is íNWfft^c£eM$taR ,l| M things even in ttaftgiMSltf of a train. * We nave always ' ' 8 e1^ne iAúhMi Bk mm when it co^fÉPt^ we have for a Small horse, QT a which appeared to enjoy its *K RSSfil • i poor aiurtT' rncn? . and an. M will do a fact. Ch optimistic:,J Hi more to make business , good afnd keep it {goodthan' anything :élsál M yoü don't toelieve 1tyijuatlfiv« it a good trial land see, p nm fcnj; ?.'-i in '*r<* "jffi" 'y'rtin.'T.Tt ' Speaking of a "bigamist now i&'thé chrtches /éf &ftÍt$§fr*? ¿It Orange, tbte¡Lake Charles Press' mbfalbws thtislyi ' oa&T eyed, i far- from handioAeamd- jgftieriiottonal as the sphynx, ahd1...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 13 November 1908

l'r " • - ;■'• v. '■ Mí® |i WH^wft - • i'., ''' = B 13, 1908 ,,.. II!. .. ——■ ■ '■" ' mK .y.y i i ' MsU'-V- -J «I#.' W PINE "i.."5' ■ ¿ra , -3 ■" ■ í ,-v Mft Ill I *11111 bbhhhh áMá i i,. 1 1 ^ 'If,"!" ■ wmm i ■BlffiSWíS REUL m mm (Mam fe IMm' *SNH ¥JMiííMbm mmmmmmm m w ¡mw " ' ■ •1 ' HstáSí! # ■ • ?;,íp?f8 «11 P«Pt ur's is the genuine grows. Our prodq You get what you w to grades and . vuu '<■! ■' . W '• .«1i Bufó >'•«■?* '■ 1 whI Hmmm nufacture everything from a lath to ti and market our own product ^exclusive! S-'rjáiÚ GENERAL AND S ^«1 FFICE ORANGE -,gl >,■ «I —— — ■ M 1'' ^ " ■" ' é - II Ml I"! "i" i "i 'l fHfW: 9 WM % s # *•> <>* Á^^maÉBVt.:' >?■« eá W Sfa ■ . " """ J • f\ íjuñíiii Vi nil II* r II. I I II nuil i IPtí: 'X/.Vnj ig,t r1-"" ?! '■ u"" ^tW'í'^Sv •' «¿a* i. •«,. • f-m- ■ ■ i. ^ '''' ::;K;^¡Í Vy' SplP *> ARTií^¿:r"ORD .-a. ' ■ ." -" "■* ber Jü t now, ac preparatory to I mand right now that there will be * reads thlH article going to be filled a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 13 November 1908

PBINTING company Proprietors Ford • Manager and Editor 'o allow nothing that can be turned iiito llioney to""go to" waste is tfie secret success d it is a seoret iliaVT-exas has not- yet learned toó* to its- best advantage. There ar. • many lQophoi<*s;too much wastage in B9 Bpust of course, by Si ff|$S 'iT*' a view to municipal utility, shou ^ ed by the people. It is the intei Brown to adopt a system whereby f in connection with water rates, wil of every one, thus making it ié the secret Qf the present day co mum .. When P. 1). Arqaour said that he marketed every part of the hog except the squeal he point- ed out the road to wealth. Had the phonograph been invented in. that' day it is possible that Mr. Armour might- have attempted to have canned even the squeal at a profit. There are by products in everything and the hog itself may become one of the most profit- able by products of the farm with proper &{- 1- hu ■ tention. -There are in every crop "nubbins" u .t are wasted th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 13 November 1908

vmmSmía $ ' pwínll %. .' V •'; , ' : <tl RWÜVffil < te- i-fr- íeIíe ■ - ■Mi SSitls?" i í'fip'?1' | ■J1 J aMBiaiiMi ESggSI^H^fiiÉSfagi ••* nam "iMifinrrmn «mn i iiiííijmwii iiíii i'iiiüii rniiniini 1—1 ¡nniii "T'Tií - iw^nr*firr w*m*T ¿MáiK^mM\mÁ .■•.■ ■ --ísaKíVfcvfaliHSiésáiBiie-iw^ai - •JWWMBMMMBBR ;íí Sa®®^:-3SH«iSíaRllilBSWFM«K^!^^ if "Hg mmM I I WE have '^Í"S | A larger supply nition this season t$ I beta*. ■' ■. > C mm ü ■M- r*3ZZZZiI]s™í H-; I ¿Ü ~ ;1 ,^/i s' ibis ■||Hp|||p|§|ND pETAlH ' is, Notions, Clot ? i í a i shings. Strictly Dependable Si mm any one Iftai&aiiQfkeKlfc BPr^^W«B| at fear of a fes y avo statement read ■ÍfiÉÍMv^rttÍMkÉÉHÍfeH % suffered female troubles and was my only sfríi Í . her ior Müffii t X.^ii DO YOU WANT¿tt Preparation Is the key. cess. A preparation that will fit taking hold of opportunities I^WHnf Wttí . at your door. It is *«* Dftt,H straigbtest road that leads P|jj« eeaMe. you ssfully with the busl. rough preparation a paying the ges...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 13 November 1908

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Publication Title: Orange Leader, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 13 November 1908

IUR8E j vel Theatre? evervl HSRS Pflj v/M HT'S l«ROQr- ! Im |and painted.* ITN^ BAKfcB " if tn 7 p. rr. to 11 p. rt . [«mission, 5c and 10c. ' ÍEí: m í .i/: eran churc! [ol Ü Everything Fust-Class ¡ MEALS 5<)G i servleojl at I night atY .... it>t«a®p| out. . : New dress _ abades at The , , Evefy day'a bargain day at send s. ■■; v ||¡yp-6t SMI Shoes, AL Rates by the Week g or Month ^¿YownsEND. I! ü j" "r' i llM#8 k:PiwM0. "■ ' m>I f:'V ° -* LING—Smiling féet in Hodges : 5 13-2t „ .ni. .. • Friday night of this week, there will be a benefit performance for the La- dle*' Cemetery ABspciatioli at the ' "e theater. ■■..¡j " m oiling feet in Hod , ,— t your salt wáter fish and oys- at Zimmerman's Restaurant. qta oyster house. ">tf a .¡at jjHodges. l3-2t Si portraits at 708 Seventh odak work a ár¡% ~ 1Í-Í6 Í i i 1/1 \ the newest ILr N Si \ I * 1 11 p • v.1 m 1 Charge From «hot Right Side of Preparing Water for When Charge of Buck | Fired Into |4!m. if- Victim Evening Shot was m...

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