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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 8 January 1909

FOUR MONSTER STURGEON a IANA LEGISLATURE MBRTS TODAY IN VERY IMPORT ANT 8ESSION MM John Worth Kern, Democratic Candi- * date for Vice-President, Will In All Probability be Elected Senator From Hoosler State. J§ m gg • it* #&■ I BP Indianapolis, Ind., Jan. 7.—Indiana's legislature convened today for what probability be the most im- portant 60BBion in years. The demo- crats have a majority and will elect a United States Senator to succeed Senator Hemenway, whose term ex- res March 4th. Present appearances, indicate the selection Of John Worth Kérn, who was the democratic can- didate for vice-president in the last national campaign. Among other candidates who * en tered the race when if became evident that the democrats would control tfie next legislature were L. Ert Slack, of Franklin; John E. Lamb, of Terre Haufe, and former congressman B. F. Shlvely of South Bend. Thomas Tag- gart, former / chairman of the demo- cratic national committee, was alBO talked of for the place, tout v...

Publication Title: Orange Leader, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 8 January 1909

-;\C;. w, í,->iJLXJi<J * • *>•'*■ ■' ¿* •■••'■■""ii *BMMH ririBraii^r&5iwiMMmd«Sn¿*a raT i': ■ü J^3 f<Hí: .V?4WÍ! [ . •^',^;'.y;,''-w 'fpwfíijp- r'4£i#j 11 WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. •ancy ury Goods>Potionst .Cío1 Shoes and Furnishings. Strictly Dependable Lerchandise at the Right Price •W-W 4: lHai lil®^ All Orders Whether by Phone or Mall Receive _ . . __ - Prompt and Particular Attenti I' ;i ■■ M±Á:- fay t,: tijfjft '■ * )', in Kft'ii'l :?:I . S. HARRIS, Mgr. • ■ Wtiil'fSi mm yWs mvm «1 • •'• : *•:• r.'r'f • re absolutely guarantee that our Hne of "Golden Gate Coffee" is the finest on earth, also our line of Golden Gate Tea, Spices and; ¡Extracts; Your money back if they are not bette* than any you have used a H ;íiíí |¡¡¡ *•* i S llilÉsfijl ^*^■1 Grocery Co. IB >— ur Friends and Customers I SMI sperous and Happy New Year • e Orange Natío M | "-Í , " *t_ lit rí PÍ 1 :f* l hup^ ,p"f' WMMi / :i V. •; v>>. 'id ' -m i to ' WmmmMi PPJRHIH 1 '|PP Season's Greetin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 8 January 1909

m ORANGE LEADER Deader printing company Proprietors / i Ford. Manager and Editor The News does not like to break into arri ents which. appear to be progressing so satis- 'actorily to. Beaumont and Orange, but this pa^ jr must again call to the attention of the two. I county seats the fact that Port Arthur will ab- solutely refuse to bear any part of tile expensé attached to the proposed bond isstíé for deepen- ing the lake or canal, or to be included in the proposed bond district. This is not inten as a-knock—it is 'Simply a plain síatehie fact, made at a time that will enable Beaumont and Orange to save themselves much trouble by leaving Port Arthur out of their calculations the first.—Port Arthur News. £i ,: This is discouraging^- indeed. Just to thmk,^we had everything moving so smoothly when Stump has to pop up and de- clare he won't play. Too bad, too bad. The Brenham Banner has just roünded forty-third year of continuous and useful pub- lication and inters upon its forty-fourt...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 8 January 1909

isy^ 1 COMING SC - tUWDXMCOWuail' ¿i ' = .Sl'H i." '' |'|—'' w " ii'i "ft WE BUY jrour aeeónd-hand bous hold goods; pay Zd reCah- goods, shi ie 515. BOARD OF OIR GROCERY CO A THREE C08TLY •'-S.1-'--:.'Í1 V' ;■' ?S r4ft 'W wW',% * Weather Forecast , Washington, J|n. 8.—For east Threatening Friday and probably rain In east south portions. Texas—Partly cloudy and Saturday; warmer Friday. ¥m SiíiM' mm M sws _ f Clothes and at FOR BALE—One trio of White Wyan- dotte chickens; one barred Rock Cockerel. C^ll up Sabine Farm. Phone 400 2 rings. 6-8t iteiii . '..r = ANTED—To buy your old f at prices satisfactory to yott LYONS BROS., new and second-hand furniture atore. 8-tf 3R~ RENT—Two furnished or tinfur nlshed rooms for light housekeep- ing. New phone 169. 806 Front .atreét. , Mt FOR SALE—At a bargain^' one good horse, surry and harnea*. Apply to Ed Cox, 217 Border street. 2-5t FOR RENT—Nice room In the Orange theater for Ught housekeeping's®? H. B. Jackson. 5-tf. FOR RENT—Upatalrs of the K...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 8 January 1909

There SíMfí H0USAND8 OF NEW YORKER8 SUBSCRIBE TO JIULIUB CAE8- ; AR'S MARKING OF DAYS m í ■ Celebrants Include Goodly Proportion of the Population of the Metrópoli , People of all Nationalities Partid- . pating. York, Jan.. 7.—Thousands of c cltlzens who subscribe to Julius"method of marking the days; took part Id the celebration of the Christmas of the Julián calen- dar. For days the preparations for the festival have been going forward, and all day yesterday and today groups of merry-makers and worship- ers have thronged- the foreign quar- ters of the Bast Side. The celebrants , include a goodly proportion of the population of^the city—Russians, Greek?, Armenians, Poles, Syrians, Servians, Bulgarians, Montenegrins, Vlachs, and numerous sects enrolled in the Eastern Catholic church, which involves religious com- munities many and divers. .In numerous parts of the East Side and ip West Side districts, made up of small stores, where curious goods •re sold, tawdry saloons, squaiid lit...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 8 January 1909

mm H*1" ; \ : BMC-S W.S ,000 I ave Seen The Glansman 2,000,000 loroed Away 8EVE The Largest Scenic Productl a The Electrical Equipment that In Unsurpassed The Result 1 6,OOOvQOO People who loue to see Dramatic Sequel The Bo&Us «ed Robed Kli KLUX K L A N on White Norses mm 'III 'w Í .yV ¿BBSS! FOR PART WEEK MARKET HAS BEEN MAINLY UNDER HOLI- ÍÉM .•Sfl-V:'-:' INFLUENCE i NOTES FROM LONDON eff< now in the Receipts Are Fairly Liberal, Covering all Styles of Honduras and Japan, Values on Whloh are Well Sustain, ed—Mills 8hut Down. í Fro w. POLLOCK AND THOMAS DIXON, Jr. . DIXON'S POWERFUL STORY OF THE HU KLUX KLAN ' H. BRENNAN A Love f!wr ü«¡ MP* p<$sW'v'% Dramatic Climaxes That Will Thrill Both Old and Young Convulse the South . ■■■ " ' The market for the week has been mainly under holiday influence, still considerable business has been ..done, hoth for prompt delivery and for de- ferred shipment. Receipts are fairly liberal, covering all styles of Hondu- ras and Japat^ values ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 8 January 1909

get first . ■ ■ fW'Jf? t"-aq WILBUR WHIQHt, COMMITTEE ON SECRET SERVICE MESSAGE 8AY8 PRESIDENT THE HOUSE ft ;iv t.t AMERICAN AVIATOR, NAMED A8 CO-RES- PONDENT IN DIVORCE RSi nitor Culberson's Resolution, Direct- ing the Judiciary Committee to Re- port Whether President Had Right to Authorise Absorption Adapted. ¡ Hearst News Service. Washington, Jan. the^*5i9fi^ti5mmittee to which was referred the secret service message of the freaident, reported' to- day, the result of its deliberations. The report and the accompanying V resolutions declared the President's message unresponsive to the inquiry of the House and that it Invaded the privileges of the House by questioning ' the niotlves and intelligence of its members in the exercise ot their con- stitutional rights and functions, and recommends that the objectionable portion of the message be laid' upon the table. ^ Washington, Jan. 8.—The resolution of Senator Culberson, directing the judiciary committee to report whether the Presiden...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 15 January 1909

lifrriii ■ I ífy, i | ^ipiY'Y i®Si *¿1 W0ÍÍ M i H ' ■ «<*■„ $,- ••• ••*•• i i i . f !s;K .5> :■ ;>« |.-4- ♦• ■ ■ 'ii*í¿ÍjmS¡ j J,'* - !- Bp - •.'■ 1 •• * mm ,',•1 .■■''.% ,i^' * ", •P£'7iix*r'',my, AY, JANUARY 1#, 190 To the Cumber wMm mm ffi ?í%J|tói#íY -lis BnaMHiiMi ' Mt ,' '■ '■ :''t ' Vtt'Y ■ • íM . ' ' • " ■■ -ffir-'-Wg .• . V - ; ' ; , o ^ jWC :".' m Wm$.m BBS ' m We wish you the compliments of the season, and earnestly trust that the New Year will bring prosperity, happiness and success to ev- ' • _ v % • ' . * |>¿ ■ - •• y eryone engaged in the lumber trad$. May it be the best year you A * *'la. '> ■ - ' §"" f'.v ' have ever enjoyed is the sincere wish of /i-t- '' * m i ' 1'X. t■../ 1 wf , • .« • ' . . '" • '*/ tJB® < f t:$r' ■ •. V.C. . • 5, It " * • , THE LUTCHER &MOORE LUMBER CO. ORANGE, TEXAS j '■' vr? = / ■ 1 i - ■■ I ■ n' =SB=SSKSS=3==I P *-. no-.„ 1 I MILL! T ._. TTTi Prosperity, Peace and , niwton *« orange, texa ll/ll „ i t~" ' . . , - camcttt...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 15 January 1909

KüwH „ ' ' WM& Shades ■ |P'ij ¿i-, &¡É ■ ..'¿■■J';'! Heaps and piles of new goods are pouring in- to our store daily. Won't you investigate our offerings HODGES Pi LMOST every freight train to Orange brings to Hodges Store a shipment of newspring goods for 1909. We received this week $1,500 worth of Men's Negligee, Pongee and Dress Shirts to retail at 50c to $1.00; $1,900 worth of Embroidery to retail at solid Case of Dress Linen; $1,600 worth of Valencienne and a yard; two solid Cases of Dress Ginghams, Three cases of Dome aa c to $5.uu per n Lace to retail at' sheeting, of Ladies' and Men's spring Oxfords—ail the 1909 styles and sha Pique Suiting, India Linons, AUover Net, Persian Net, Band sets, Rouian Ribbons and Waisting. Our store contains very little winter goods, but what will be offered at a sweeping reduction. Our store is crowded and incom bear with us we will show you the largest and best assorted stock of £ vou have ever seen displayed over an Orange counter at ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 15 January 1909

. tk*w |U1|H ■1 ' Bray;)! II m i, p^. lain- rd Reconsidered. ^ Rear ^dmirul Philip C. Coo; !hlef of the Asíale Station, complal ed in a recent letter of the extortions 'of Inn-keepers In out-of-the-way parti | of the globe. "In Montenegro once," l)e wrote, "I asked for my bill, after having slept over night at a certain inn, and, as noon aa the document was handed to me, pI took out my purse to fettle it, I did not bother to verify the various ítems. What what Would have been i the u#e? "But my readiness to pay amazed the landlord. He thought a moment, and then he said, uneasily: " 'W l you let me have'another look ■ at' that bill sir? I think I have otoltfed something.' "—Los Angeles. Times. A tickling or dry cough can he quickly loosened with Dr. Shoop's Cough Remedy. No opium, no chloro- rheumatism form, nothing unsafe or harsh. Sold To relieve the worst forms of rheu matlsm, take a teaspoonful of the fol- lowing. mixture after each meal and at bedtime: *;■ Fluid extract dandelio...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 15 January 1909

f> «8 SxwWKRB* • ■ 1 'jas& , v fj ,."• v. •, ■ a í\k\ jjjy* RANGE LEADER LEADER PBINTINQ, COMPANY Proprietors ; •' • ;v • ' ', u ' \ L. Ford .. Manager and Editor WATERWAY IMPROVEMENTS JHS . Two items are contained in the Washington dispatches this morning that are of particular Interest to Orange anti to the whole of. South- east Texas and Sotitiyest Louisiana, as well. One of these <is tjiat the chances are very bright now for a rivers and harbors bill at this session of congress, Representative Tawney, chairman of 'the appropriations committee, hav- ing been won over in favor of the bill, and oth- ers haying lined up for it. iL_* 3Jhe. second is that the Board of Engineers of e Wa?*üej)g^ment have approved fhat part thé.intercoastal canal project from the Mer- ,u to the Sabine and recommended an ap- Spriation of $300,000 for completing that sec- tion of the canal. Of course, we would like to have seen the en- tire project approved, especially 'that portion from Sabine P...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 15 January 1909

W orccast o (Washington, Partly cloudy Friday Friday and FAVOR Of THE ACQUITTAL OF Dt^OF WM. C ANWIS ON **, m ON eH '* lVK OCEAN STEAMERS AND EIGHT SAILING VESSELS Ake scene of activity jRtK. At the Fort Arthur Dock —Five Mora Steamara Due—British Flag Predom- inate —With Total Tonnage of 88r é3«, Port Arthur H*s Fourteen Par Cent ,;;f Port Arthur, Texas, Jan. 15.—^ith A Libertan Cuatoms Gunboat te Re- ^p|e steamers and eight sailing vés- flve steamers dne to "ur's harbor tila morn- ing presented as busy aaceneaa could be tennd in any Southern portf-bua- o. f jl ? Ml S * ' ' '• •<# * + + + + + + «* 4- * + + MERMENTAU^ABINE to Have Fired on a Gorman "SÍJS5* Liner Off ^the Coast of Liberia, But . ' * of the Encounter are Laek- ) m iM >bercoats s 8ervlce. Flushing, N. Y, Jan. IB.—The Jury in the Hains cafre came Into cqmrt this morning and asked that the. testi- mony of Terny and other witnesses be read to them. It Is reported thgt the jury stands ten to two in favor of acquittal...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 15 January 1909

M Hérric s ■TÍA'-J ted tfed tber r Sc Herrlck, general press rep- for . Thomas Dixon, Jr.'8 .. 'The Traitor," was a yester- vlsitor in Ojrange, in the interest attraction. Mr.-'ilerrick's lasf, It South was with "The Clansman" years agio.. Since then" be lias 'nearly every state in the Un- ln advance of'Mr. Dixon's much ed of play. Last season be did the publicity work for Vlrginla Harned, •The Witching, Hbur,™ ."".The Top 0* Th' World,"¿4jund\ several other Shu- bert attractions. .. "The rema$able success of Mr. Dix- on's new play, 'The Traitor,' brings, to minó the first triumphal tour of 'The Clansman,""' said Mi*. Herrlck yesterday to a Leader representative. "It was particularly pleasing" to eee the enthusiastic welcome to Atlanta for 'The Clansman' has never, been al- lowed to play there since the first although It is now expected play will again be pre trice 'Thé Traitor' has received with welcoming arms, l New Orleans, Norfolk, Richmond, even in the smaller cities the new pl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 15 January 1909

■Jim T7W~ it,' ;pi Kan,, Jan. IB —After nine dent who was cqnvicted in 1809 of slaying his father, la "a free man. On Monday he will apply to Governor Hoch for a full ,pardon, and the chief executive, as the last Important offi, dal actor his .administration, will, re- store Collins, to his absolute freed and th«.£ull rights of will end the most Important murder ca o in the l^tortfoi:Kansas. „ The pardoning of Collins has created twhiúf?¿t^5í tinte! Vil"#, 1A IJ I . r v.. and the Jury was out only two hours when 1( brought In a verdict of guilty of niOrder in the first degree. Collins made application for a new trial, but it was overruled. He was brought Into court for sentence and made a speech that drove nearly all the spectators to tears. When asljjed If he had anything to say why sentence should not be pro- nounced upon him he arose, and, trem- bling with emotion, said: -May^tplewelhe^rt * " t nothing I can bay that Interest throughout the state', and the general opinion con- fi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 15 January 1909

r £f|¡ iK A CREDIT BUILDER K A substantial account with a. strong, re- liable bank, such as the* First National Bank is one of the best credit builders of modern times. The security, management and service of this bank give it an import- ant position among strong banking institu* tions of the state. OAPITAL #100,000 «UHPLIW AND PROFIT* SOO.OOO The First National Bank ORANGE., TEXAS K* JOURNEY FROM AUQU8TA ON SPE- CIAL TRAIN WA ONE CON- TIN U AL OVATION CHEERED BY THOUSANDS IPSAXX'S AJfEBIGAK CALENDAR, 1009. m pt-\ W: JANUARY 15. Edward Everett, iMnmwt and ara- «er, died. 180*. # PUyod Uw orator. Inferring arrumen ta of mighty foro*. -•TO Henry VX" I , 1 Fort Fisher attacked, IMS. Let's drink together friendly and' em- brace, that all may bear those tok- en* home of our reato red love and amity. -"II Henry IV." It, t George Gemunder, violin msksr, New York, died, ISMl Broken music. -"Aa YOU IJke If I. 1 Sensational price making at Monsl- ker's daring the ten days' sale begin- ning Tu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 22 January 1909

VOLUME , FRIDAY, JANUARY 2, 190 7&TZ, " 'i ■'' i > i i K'- ■ " >: . . • *iL . ' - iS&M " '¡w To the Lumber Trade: v^'v ■ ,-i ■ *.' .-;>■,- w" X' ■ • WWft;1'- Wfo^.4? •pfi sfia i.fe.'.'' '3:" ¥*m We wish you the compliments of the season, and earnestly trust that the New Year will bring prosperity, happiness'and success to ev- eryone engaged in the Itinmber trade. May it be the best year you. have ever'enjoyed fs the Encere wish otf !®sK itiSffi;'. ■' .'M \ . ■ ■ . • .H'* • THE LUTCHER & MOORE LUMBER CO. ORANGE, TEXAS MM ?95¿'<t33ws Sil M : ' ¡> ' im V^u,W:. 2 W ■ ' ¡PMli j With v.-Vl Lumberme: '3 XT ARTHUR L FORD : If the lumberbMJn who advocate the removal of the duty of |2j thousand on rougb^umber could convince the ways and means coi that *uch actlpn would result in iowering the cost of this lumbér to Am eñe an consumer by that amount the outlook for^ free lumber Imjprove^. Is any jjeader'or tire REVIEW prepared to furnish the p lan's Review, Ne*v" York...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 22 January 1909

> oae where health atotmds. With Impure bloodthere cannot he good health. With a disordered LIVER then oinnot be good Mood. revlrlfy the torpid UVER and peatón Ha natural action. A healthy' UVER Pure Mood means health. Health meant happiness. fake no £8?"w ifólil Pi:. "What do you think!" exclaimed the theatrical star proudly. "They are tto name a new cigar after ine." Mned the manager, "here's ping tfWWll draw better than you lo."—Chicago News. . New t'hln model washes in gold and JE gold filled at minimum prices; In all ; grades and sizes, at McFarland's Jew- • elry store. ^ Scotch Auto 8how Edlnburg, Jan. 22.—Although Scot- land did not at first take kindly to the automobile, the "microbe" of $peed machines has at last found 1 many victims, and in consequence much interest is manifested in the first big Scottish motor car show, opened today in Waverly Market. All of the leading manufacturers of Great Britain and the continent are repre- sented. Cured of Severe Attack of Bronch...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 22 January 1909

1 vvv- :■ TH m= ■ ■ vr ^ ■•:■ ■' ? 'j . ii i V*'' ■* •AJÍ«. Pf * ' ■ !''' w. C. JOINER r Sna't CiabUr / - • ■ ' Capital, #50,(MO ' Surplus, 925,000 MM t kxtends 115 be $trengük«nij{ resource. * • There oMtft,, be sound met! herence to the .principies of safe There must be close attention |>aid by the . . , Bank's orfficcrs to the adoiinUtratian «f «he Bank's 0| tlíC Kind descrifeéd, it Thore must fce equipment lot transacting- •, business ipromptly and accurately. There must he intelligence and oouxtesy upon the pait af t<be faaik's employee* ,f|' vip^W- ¿ ' BoSÍK6'' • • • %•>. 4 ' • a Í" lit'ten yeart ago mjr <be* :up' in bis work. b«títh «ni hupptness by what was bslfcwed t be bopelesn Consuwiltlon," writes "W. R. Lipsotsrib. of Washington, S. C. '«He took *11 kinds cf remedies *nd treat- ment Trorn several «Joctora. 'buttiound BO help until lie used Or. Riugto New Discovery and was whdBbr "cured by old-Up. él* bottles. TV Is'a well man today." Slaus?" ,-f didn't exact...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 22 January 1909

■asairtr.y ..v-íy r . RANGE LEADER * ' ' *' ■' ''*-•• LEADER PRINTING COMPANY Proprietors ; 'L. Ford .. . Manage^ and Editoi HANDLING PRODUCE. Referring to the frequent mention made * in the Leader recently- of the great need here of a produce commission Upus.e that;would open up' ■ a market for thé truck farmers of the county, Mr. F. W. Hustmyre, general manager of4 the Orange .Grocery Company, yesterday said to thé editor: • "You can say to the farmers of Orange coun- ty, that if they will organize and go to work systematically in the raising of truck and vege- I will guarah^lojj.54 raise. 'Of course, the ly way 1 fan handle this is in car lots and ie fanners will have to understand that it will necessary for them to so plant aftd Cultivate their crops that they can be in position to bring in enough at a time to make up car shipments. I will handle these for them, guarantee thictmihe market price at all times, and assure them that -they will get profitable returns. Of bourse, it w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 22 January 1909

in —ss mm' = I n MM East Te ISt 21.—Fore- id Saturday: -Partly cloudy iurday; moderate and £a|winl For: WeBt Texas-^Generally fair Friday and Saturday. Nil? jM IF UP A TREE ntally as tq whether to purchase, nother winter suit or not, just drop and inspect theie offerings we are Young Men'i Suits,' the most up-to-date styles both and ct|,t. Business .Suits, : kind that conservative well dress- i men desire: Underwear that is and not binding'tad that it comfortable. The above at 9 The Place for Correct Clothiat J Lost, Found, For Sale. For Rent, kelp .Wanted, Positions Wanted tad Sim- ilar Notices will be run in this col- umn at the rats of oos cent per word Wr first Insertion,m>ne-hair cent per Word for each subsequent. Insertion. No ad, accepted tor less than 25 cents. WE BUY your second-hand hi hold goods; pay good prices, P" goods, shipping and repairing ture. THE' CURIOSITY STOR Front 8t. New Phone 515. „ WANTED—To buy your old furnl- ture at prices satisfactory to yeu. LYONS ...

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