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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 2 April 1909

Ml ¥Íff WS Í&V ACCEPT PR TION City Accept* Proposition of Railroad Co. for Landing Pilling. TORPID LIVER, strengthen the digestive-organs, regulate the bowel , and «re un- u m ANTI-BILIOUS MEDICINE, la malarial «astricta tMf IMf Take No Substitute. ELECTED OFFICERS. Of Orange Physical Develdpment Club, With R. S. Carne at Head ' From Monday-' Daily. 1 The Orange Physical Development Club members-held a' meeting this morning and elected Officers and a board of directors for the ensuing -year, also transacting such other bus- iness as was 6f interest to the club. The officers elected for the ensuing year were R. S. Carnes, president; R. W. Smith, vice-president; R. L. Ma- nor, secretary and. treasurer. The board of directors elected were R. S. Carnes, R. W. Smith, R. L. Manor, H. A. Burr, W. R. Adams, P. B. Curry, Jr., and W. A. Steidley, Jr. ' Following the above- action, the Board of Directors selected W. R. Adams as manager. " : . The Orange Physical Development Club, is a new ...

Publication Title: Orange Leader, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 2 April 1909

-f-rr- ":M:$h P®Í « TEL^' <, RICHMOND &th ANO H. 8T6. WASHINGTON, D. C. rooms, 50 Private Baths, America* $3.00 per day, (towards with bath additional. European Plan, $1.50 .per day, upwards; with additional "•""II ¡H BY of Texas, to the Shi Constable oí Orange County i hlch'CliM hotel, tM, tehirni, Unlba Two Mocks Budaingi de Ian ana mlnutei OUFFORD 5 •«'£•« «IwépM THE QRUNBW LARQBST, NEWEST, IN THE SOUTH Saalfsifflw-r ■ mm aiatM|i,Dp«*r«f NlthBatlM 4S.SO upward* a. i®i ' fkiw.<*y k!J >i v • IwiiWmil MM smm 1.1 " * f, ■■■• MMééé TnjjSfflCriftE Marks nnm Ac Kr.J ■i ..J<v Sift W-ki mm a HinailiBiii 401 oromwrny, 1 An < Profitably Crotm flRr JjOMwf M£S «m g..v cm* r arc leading Crowe and Diitribuwrt ol , Nut and Fhiii«««, Rote • and Orname )til tree* and Shrub*. ÍBR5 CO., tfiiNi,' ' few Oath hating been made as required by law, you are hereby commanded to summon Thos. O. Carruth, by mak- ing publication ,of this-Citation once in each week for eight successive s prev...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 2 April 1909

■ s¡ i f, RANGE LEADER )EB PBDmNO, COMPANY Proprietors L. Ford Manager and Editor Published Every Friday ANOTHER RECORD BREAKER. . A. L. Ford is the publisher 4p<l editor of tlie Orange Leader. The Leader is a reform news- paper, "a holier than thou" newspaper, an "al- . ways for the right''.newspaper. The following editorial is reproduced from its columns: "Senator Thomas.has stirred tip the animals in Southeast Texas now by stating in a public address that four thousand dollars were raised in Beaumont alone as a corruption fund to: be used in Austin during the session of the Thirty- first legislature. He's getting down into Kel- lie's district now and treading on pretty slip- pery ground." « Tlje Times-Herald gives space to, the above merely to show how unfair a "holier than thou" publisher and editor can be without an effort. It is evident that the Leader has a grudge against Hon. E. I. Kellie, the gallant old Con- federate soldier who represents the Beaumont district. In orde...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 2 April 1909

ü >*. -V ' íyíí'H .'.t&t&fcw<¿. í-.'k' r -bJkk'j MíJÍBrmNÉSX IIBiliüll ídwtóSiw ¿iW'líraiu ' •' •••■ ;•: gÉÉ m k m Wm i K '• *' w i ■ " & tM<, SÉw' Leai mtest is Not k. ; . MB ■in i '■ t* ii sSStiwi;"... '(Jik'Sferaal li ' '.fe ■o'Mx < •:■. wSjj^Y^16 Less than a yeiar RIZE.S: utomobile - aluable Piano d Watches—3 Dinner Sets—3 any .Other Prizes to be Announced Later a si snc all we Our year j ill out en masse would cost would spend for Ml ii what is known in the newspaper business as j- several trips and other things. We were so another contest this year and give hgsf and included a much larger territory, thus chance of success. We are going to give away $lit of May the 22nd. re can do it, is that the people turn Subscriptions are collected that money to get in the regular course. The money we with some added, is put in these prizes, fo* the^work that r spreads- and yfw i:' c smaller* and sbme 'are disappointed. ' awsísftt'*. MKhsI >•: fn i#: L. msm • ' • ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 2 April 1909

ippPflPHi i'Í wWI$< ■ ■ SíraHWR ti; i ■ orange leader ohol to Children your doctor how often he prescribes an alcoholic ulant for children. He win probably say, "Very, very rely. Children do not need stimulating." Ask him Ihow often he prescribes a tonic for them. He will prob- ably answer, "Very] very* frequently." Then ásk .fcir about Ayer's non-alcoholic Sarsapúrílla as_a tonic for \ young. Follow his advice*, He-khQws. jfTC. A yer Üo.,Lonie>¡, '• {& *The first great rule of health—" Daily movement of the bowels."- Ask your doctor ii thi« is not so. Then ask him about Ayer's Pills. Sold for nearly sixty years. 7TT r; *4 *M- 1 < / PERSONAL MENTION is From Saturday's Daily. A. Mitchell of New Orleans transacting business jn Orange. —W. Finley of New Orleans is transacting business in Orange. —Geo. White reached home this afternoon from a brief business trip to Beaumont. / —Mrs. Searcy Baker and daughter, Miss Mattie, and son, Master Claude, are Beaumont visitors today....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 2 April 1909

3QHI í ■' . . ' - Wm ' BU N< 'ms 'í-.■■< Standard Steel. "Whát* Tans Ja a swindle like this! 4ra yon ■bRB ítft; ■■■•'■"V' ' SIÉI^Rí& - ■■ 'clock Htrmmm (Jp<{ Áa R. Toombs m- ' síi > wero'redi «r tefe, dotlcrf. T*S 'frrobablffca £4 aot know that what ha bod really had cantad ■ ttchrfVi *«tarsld< senstor «1 that'i wouldn't leave my to accept the I couldn't > wanted to. «&S&Í — — *■■■■ ^ ^ Teabody Mini HBHll B GHK ' '-W three, action < wilt want to eee baa been «orne PJ<:, ' ^ # : "than baa 1. and I moat ra- the word that came to ¿tor laudos." draw bene If up in ... „BtopfflpS^g Mr. Balnea, but you it" bhe said. aaconded Norton.; "Sen- entirely declines to re- ■ t.. ■ -1 non i traat anything yon say. Congressman Norton, and I may say also than recognise no right of yours to Interfere In any affair between me fa m 2 sjgraUg I mm .explain my right, orton said coolly, step- tollna. "I lure Just sure of announcing to Georgia Langdon' my en- Carollna Lang...

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

v-Y$ ■ • ra fmiw: • f':, *<'• ;•: i1' Hv.ini'v * 5t; y,S\'*j}?.': '•■ '-' .'J.' - \V-, Makes delicious hot biscuit, The, only Baking Powder Made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar 3 WITH THE, LUM {Continued from page 1.) ' mm 8 p. m.—Theater party." 9 p. mj—Hoo Hoo parade. Concatenation and Smoker/ u V THURSDAY, APRIL I5tbj_ Oyster roast—spetíal train will leave uiyim station .at 1 p. m. shjirp,' returning at 4:30 p. m. , ,i ,i . i"' ' i i . i .. r . i i i, * i ,> i. . i NOTICE OF SALE. Notice is hereby given that the undersigned Receiver, appointed, in thc<¿ below mentioned cause," will,'until 10 o^loCk" a. m., of ¡Saturday, May 1st, 1909, at his office in Room No. 711 of {he First National Bank Building, in the city of Houston, Stat? of Texas, receive sdalecj bids for the purchase , of all the properties of the J. I. Campbell Co., the Tylér County Land and Lumber Cojnpany, and the . Warren ' and Corsicana Pacific Railway Co., the- sale of said properties to be made 1909, by...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 9 April 1909

WWWMÍÉÉP-,,. S ^&ai2SSI®SiPl^P9QS4U&^ kms* :. :;.,-^^v^f¡a«aiií8s^a^ ■am ^mtm^mmm' l&< : ;v . <:■.., ■:>' mmk : S,s¿y¡ ' • - ■:^sr- CUT FROM THE FAMOU CALCASIEU FORESTS # 'V. .W! - ,vr«Yi EN" GRADES EST FACILITIES ' s ■■ t§ , iá Orange, Texas Ww feíSf IF YOU NEED %• (;« i imension, Boards or Fencing, Send Your luiries and Orders to LINK LUMBER ORANGE, TEXAS ■M ''#5 Reports from various áalea managers-indicate that there is a'l movement of lumber now than there has. been for some time, .or no improvement has been noted in price conditions, Sales managers are receiving many inquiries and a larger no orders ai'e coming to hand than has been the case.. As noted else* this column in a report from Remlig, there seems to. be a desire ttj part-of th<f buyer now to get quick action in having his orders filled. concern in Orange received.an oYder one day this week and-on the si .^[ay after the order was,booked receive da telegram from the buyer al why shipment had been...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 9 April 1909

m Km 4* JXOMOBILES r irs Have Been Ordered Local People inday's Daily. pepple of Orange are becom- >re and more interested in auto- les, and each day almost one hear some prominent citizen dis- ¡ing the proposition of purchasing * new machine, ahd there have been « number of machines ordered within the past week or ten days., ¿ J. W. Link, generál manager of the Miller-Link Lumber company, has or- dered a fine Pjerce-Arrów Touring Car. The particulars regarding this car are not obtainable, beyond> the fact that it is one of the besTTcars .that •re iwwjnanufacturéd. *"•' W. H. Stark, general manager of the Lutche.r & Moore Lumber com- pany, ha¿ purchased another car, the order having recently gone off. Mr. " Stark's new car will be much lighter than the present magnifjcent Pope ToTedo that he has.. H. B. Jackson, one of the city's prominent real estate men, has-pur- chased" a fine Maxwell runabout car, one of the best of the lighter cars that are manufactured, and he ex- pe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 9 April 1909

mmmmmmmmmmmmm & -W be Issued to Dealers i I mzM w,i MOND ; 6TH ANO H. 9T8. ' WASHINGTON, O. Ó. mm , 50 Private Baths, Americas $3.00 per fty, upwards nltk fta 11.00 additional. European Plan, |l.! I Per lay. upward; with latin |L$0 ilyil :Nlli hlfh-CtlM modeled, lis*. Union •*. Two b ■ÜI oSKft-ai ' •!de Inn nd Cotugc. Like lothc Adirond.ck.--SwU« * " mlnutet from Suttogt. ■ CLIFFORD M, LEWIS, PRO ittM, N. Y f-i ■ NEW ORLEANS nf THB LARQBflT ALD WEST. BEST, «♦THE SOUTH ■ Hi •• _ (MSb %* ..¿in o.i Patent? fincan. i SfltBrasdmv. U *WI WVW" *J| WWlfff . b$ W Bfc* WMblncton, tmiOtHOmm. r Growen nd Diitributon olf Nut nd Phii! tim, Rote I ncal Bee and Shrub*. | Catalog frcr, • || BROTHBRS CO.. O. Carruth, by-mak- ing publication of this Citation once in "eactj week for eight successive weeks previous to the return day here- of, in some newspaper published in your county, if there be a newspaper d therein, but if not, then in any newspaper published in the First Judicial District; .but...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 9 April 1909

ANGE LE IDEE PRINTING 001 Proprietor Ford ... • . Manager an* Published Every Friday THE NEWTON MAIL. It seems that the people of Newto: ing considerable disturbance oyer tíxé Change in Schedule on the Orange $ Ñoirt western railroad, and are now threatening boycott of tailroad and postoffice in an to have the old schedule restored. They are peitioning the government ^ a "the mail route over the Orange & Northwi railroad and send the mail for Newto: Santa Fe railroad to Bogan and star ro there to Newton—a ridiculous p: it caliÜ- the way, if they would stop to ly and dispassionately. Failing in this, then they announce their in- tention of establishing a'private mail route of their own and sending all their mail to Bogan anyway, and mailing it there to go over, tíwt, ta F"e railroad. The fact is, with the exception of putting Houston and Galveston papers into Newton^ope, late, the mad for that point reaches there iveral hours earlier than it did under the Old ule. The bulk of the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 9 April 1909

tt on the cutters ng out granite for the Presbyterian ci out* as is the cutte church building. granite cutte . .KSS' Fortunately, the cutters has not i rk on the ntractOrs Ha hand and tl 1 for another en shipped, car, work week, and after t -1*e has not been church bttildi ■ to 9« " strike is ende erday Wg ci cd on NiMH not handle the ton stones with safe wind was so strong that a Id not have handled th/s bad an attempt been the large blocks of D proper positions, it is the wind would have kinst the wal lof the 1 „ ild have done great damageT A Nortre Dam* Lady's To all knowing suKerers oí : whether muscular or sciatica, lumbyos, i In the kidneys or i tó Üi repeatedl; tortures. She'! od it to ■ yourself tito HP*™! pKMlBI í. B". Ander > among.the in ..Orange. MM IS P. Read of St. Louis, is business arrivals one ropes. PUriftea the «yes, giv- to the wfedlo i blood , and elasticity and It the «boyé interests you, proof, address Mrs. M. R. Not™ o™. Ind. ' M ; . |'^ k TARIFF ON STEEL ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 9 April 1909

'.W-. A*i¿ i; Drop of Alcohol fe a "tonic"? A medicine that increases r w«ie of the whole system. What is an "alterative"? "medicine that alters or changes unhealthy action to ««ialthy action. Name the best "tonic and alterative"? Ayer's Sarsaparilla, the only Sarsaparilla entirely free from alcohol. Ask your own doctor all about it. XT ~ medicine doctors cannot endorse. Never take a J.C. AyerCol.LoweljXfaaa. _it daily action of the bowels poisonous products must be absorbed. Then you have fcnpureblood, biliousness, headache. Ask your doctor about Ayer's Pills for constipation. m m m From Saturday's Daily, ^-Misses Vincent and. Cox, accom- panied by Mm. Cox, of Vinton, La., wye among1 the visitors yesterday in Orange —Mrs. DeRoos Bailey of Muskogee, Okla., was a morning arrival in Or- ange aaid is a guest' at the Holland. —N. S. Davis 9Í Fort Worth is among t;he business visitors in Or- ange, being a last night arrival. —Mrs. Cap Futch reached home last night from Beaumont, where sh...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 9 April 1909

BKW®*uW<® ¿W* *S lilUíl'llllffllí " HiliiÉM^ *11 - ;■ ■' , - '«Si 7Ú a nu MS'2K™SÍ®íI)W*' OMASIA^ e Hay by Frederick R. Toombs HT, 19 . BY THOMAS A. WISE m YOU CAN'T ««* ' ENATOR most lugton when lor senator i that no one out of the govi i heaped a mental > head of Stevens for .ón the would bbIMÍ - a heretofore I fttlón as a Judge of at purported to be lit that at; this time, re should be a man on i on naval adlc<l"#iaM í o reveled In the title of " ite" determine that he other chief lieutenant to Ifttt, who had proved so B£*"t As the vote of Langdon could secured by humbug or In ex favors and as It could not (d," Peabody, of course, was pay In actual cash for the voto. it Langdon would not take cash, so abody had to resort to the last of the trained and corrupt ma- nipulator of legislation. He would threaten. Moreover, he knew-that to its effective, If It Is possible to so, they must be led tip to systemat- "y—that Is, they should be made at right time. The scene must be s...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 9 April 1909

properties, give ROYAL As re and principal ingredient use TRoyal Baking Where Powder GIVING UP COTTON RESIDENTS OF JOHNSON'S BAYOU GIVE WAY TO BOLL WEEVIL People of Lower Coast Country Have Petitioned Government fcr Appro- priation to Dredge C^an^el Through Bat. at Edge of tjié' Lake, f MANAGES MOURNED FORMER MANAGER FITZGER- ALD OF B. & O. RAILROAD IS STILL MOURNED Dave'Griffith and soil Ab- ith, / of Johnson's Bayou, Messrs bie Griffit were among the last night arrivals in Orange, making the trip to Orange in the launch Nioka. Mr. Griffith this morning stated that very little cotton would be raised in the bayou country this season, ow- ing to the work of the boll Weevil, which has" for the past few seasons taken moist of the crop. The principal crops that will be grown in the bayou ons and corn, stated Mr. Griffith, and from present indications all of the, above'three will make splendid Crops. The citizens of Johnson's Bayou are still working to have «.^channel dredg- ed throu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 16 April 1909

mwh ■Pfl , APRIL 16, 1009 ' %s¿Í • • • ctütfi , . ;t- ; •'X • - ; sííSi it MANUF rers of shipments good grades ammr facilities wíísí ■ from the FAMOUS * calcasieu forests wmm «ratpg Orange, Texas MM m \ .. lliH ■■ *r . V'.. ■ . ' . ?>;• BY A RTffOR L. FORD This has been AssJciation week ir lupibér circles, the gf the Lumberman's Association of Texas occurring at C meeting hasbeen'a mpst interesting and entertaining one ar attended. During.the meeting the Galveston Kews represe.™ viewed a larg({ number of the retail lumbermen, and a sympojitfi ing their views as reflected in these interviews, we believe will c --- -'1%-- we con of the&v vrvws. mese come nrst nana tram tiie men wno are lumber and. should give an accurate idea of conditions as they and as to what the outlook is for the future. ■ ■ « ... Mr. M. T. Gaffney, Corpus Christfc "EveScjobi gointf nicely with us. The lumber trade is briskJ and the farmers are jubilant.?' L F. Comstock, Dallas ing in business e have' had ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 16 April 1909

-= iííSí.íjaStóKra Tbey prevent ..HEADACHE, cátese the tood to assimilate «¡jd ■ Isb the body, give Iceen appetite. ÍVELOP FLESH and solid muscle. • coated.. Take No Elegantly vugai GLOBE, TROTTER Thomas Greenlee Walked Through Every Country on the Globe. From Mondáy's Daily. .. Thomas Greenlee, aged 23 years, ■who left Australia on June 1, 1905, •with three other- men to *álk through every country on the globe reached Orange Thursday afternoon^ leaving here-for Beaumont, from which place he went .to Galveston. Greenlee says John Rutherford of Young, Australia, a wealthy lumberman# offered $100,000 to the four men to accomplish the task, and if all made it, each was to reocive $25.000, but if any failed," the surviving* ones would receive the oth- er's share. The other three are dead- Two were killed by savages in Africa .and one was killed by mistake in St. i Petersburg. Greenlee sayis his jour- ney will erifl in Galveston, where he expects to meet his .mother and twin sister, who ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 16 April 1909

BHHHwHI pMÉii Asnrtcss lay, aawardi with bat* Ewo*eu Piss, *1.50 «pwartb; wltfc laths $L50 ■I +i'-i fflff'Wi ' i;, Wi pp>* • • . v V. Sp Sk i# ir ¡i a h)(h-dMt SOdeled, tt nc. ne. ttal KImMH Building.. VP f Saaamar ¡|Kt T¿w.18tslMliB _. ,JH. JMRHi OLtFFORD M. LEWIS. PROrall t. k a*$mUL . , HMH im «níllecutlye ctropolittn Club. ■■■■.iVééÁlwr •l.nd of An Send foil St: Wmst BANS \t -. ■■ ' ! sit NEW OWLRANS THE dRUNEWALD LARdEST, NEWBftTr BEST, IN THE SOUTH ■. .• " r, -v-■; • ■ , ®PS a •o- R t«i Hi Upward* With Bath* *9.50 • >«! Upward* "i: 'id'iütl. ry 'f summon Thos. O. Carruth, by mak- ing publication of this Citation once in each week for eight successive weeks previous to the return day here of, in some newspaper published in county, if there be a newspaper rjhed therein, but if not, tljen in newspaper ^published in the First udicial District; but if there be no newspaper published in said Judicial District, then in a newspaper publish- 1 fed in the nearest District to said ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 16 April 1909

HHRnl lIlilifiM u : M ■ ' «ffiP* ■, 8588$ -J':'- tmm , 1— 1 jr v I that vitally affect the interests of all, t«3* j questions that the brightest mipds lied Every Friday ader Printing Company, Proprietors V A. L." Ford, Manager and Editor WÚ | -hats off in church. The Leader believes that everyVman ' who attends a church service in Or- ange would heartily-command a move- ment among the ladies that would re- sult in the fair sex removing their hats Ifirfrig such services. * It is manifestly impossible fcfr a person to see a speaker forty or fifty ffeet away from him—or even ten feet away—if he is penned up behind a row of broad brimmed hats, 'and it is also manifestly impossible to enjoy a. Sermon or a song if you c&nnot see the speaker' or the singer. Ladies attend the theaters and if they wear «their hats; they always re- move them before the curtain ri'fees and every,one in the house thus has an unobstructed view. Can they not be just as considerate in church? Is it not just as...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 16 April 1909

Mi mEMSRm ,?,te #86 Vfp lue-Givers in ices that is only , •• > «j , '-'v. ' mbw ,r ..c : )te prices belów that is We back our every as- Come early to gather KM ', the 17th, at tone week. HARK! LISTEN to these prices; never Pi, mÁÁtám 25c * AHD CHILDREN'S 20o and SB, SATURDAY pr 5c. JV n • 4 A" ' ' ?i >■ > t, •' r* i> ' ' ' VI 200.doz. oh sale. No doubt ypu will think and wonder how this ¿an be done. But listen Wte bought 200 dozen of -samples.' AH sizes, from children's $'/• up to 9Y < and ladies' fáncy hose. Remember you "get 20c arid urday. Are limited 5 Sale price, per pair ' LADIES' 10c B 83 doé, And arms; full size. ' Credit 8 l-3c sale price. All you I morning. ry here Sat- customer. ......5* VESTS.. 6c sts, taped neck make them e Saturday • éé WTO Sale-price . 2Qc and 25c EMBROIDERY ON SALE SATURDAY PER YARD 10c Thousands of yards óf Hamburg Embroidery, Edging and Insertings; 2 Y inches wide up "to 10. inches wide. Bought at half value. All you want Saturday mo...

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