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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 11 September 1903

mm ¡ p m ' I W mm' . **■ ma 11. $?1 >¡>í í¥Í;HR{: Wv'fc' -ift ':. ":í ;• 1 ^|i|#PPv *w *$' ¡ÜlíiVY. r TI#W>i _ ' .y^AMp.lJV'liSpPP IfciillEwP™ I i -,. " ' .'■• ^a- i ■ llrftiui -n'.i. ■#,y ORANGE, TÉX., fRIDAlf, SEPTEMBER 11,1903. -,Kí« "'¿/"'Vg>r , —1 'i- "■,ir,-?7 •*« ' ■■ ... -■>. ■ .■ . • ■■•■■■ ■ ; : rfr- 'v.-'ti'.v, Jv\- 111 * i r* DIRECT WATCHf COMMUNICATION WITH SABINE PA8S, THE GREAT SOUTHEAST TEXAS DEEP WATER PO > wYnlV li'.'ni " BE' • ¥•**W ;W%*S Ví It* J. LUTCHER, • President. >,r ,, wtóítsVl v,!í' .' .. . . •; . i ■. E. W. BROWN, Vice President. w. H; STARK, J Secy.-Treab. MANUFACTURERS OF THE FAMOUS Calcasieu Long Lea! Yellow Pine |p:W "1> , ' ' ¥" J' . .' ' b - ' . We Make Everything an up-to-date Sawmill Can Manufacture Star and Crescent Saw and Planing Mills r Wa MANUFACTURE Ü Efi 'h Ü if you want anything in our line write u«, wire ut, or v phone ua ORANGE, TEXAS wSm Our Logs are cut at we order, Trammed to Tidewater and Always Fresh "Not al...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 11 September 1903

f^VS^yM. prey upon the mind, mm awtic lesscus ambition; beauty, vigor and cheerful- neas toon disappear when the kidney are out of order or dis- eaaed. Kidney trouble has become ao prevalent that it ia not unconi- 1 uion for a child to be born afflicted with weak kidneys. If the atea toooften, if the urine scalds , „ i, or if, when the child reaches an when it should be able to control the s, it is yet afflicted with bed-wet- •, v cpend upon it, the cause of thediffi- ty ia kidney trouble, and the first , should be towards the treatment of s important organ ,' Thi unpleasant .able is due to a diseased condition of s kidneys and bladder and ttot to a uabit as moat people suppose. * ,f "Women as well a men are made miser- .. able with kidney and bladder trouble, and both need the same great remedy. Pil® mild and the immediate effect of ; Swamp-Root is soou realized. It is stíld •by druggists, in fifty- j cent and one-dollar sise bottles. You may luive a sample bottle by mail free, als...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 11 September 1903

wmm conraleBclng OiisAsiei m M Imam so- iufthfab, Iiwivm VmlUOU liwm m iffPf tit to poluta went. Dr. F. W. Lawson visited Beaumont on Sfl ■fti ««I ■ Bob Catron, Earl Bona and Jo* Hora spent Labor Dar In Beaumont. Baa H. Kimbrougb labored with his the Omgi trocara, on L|bor L. Ford, of tha Leader, trip to Beeumoot Bd Hlckey, of Beaumont spent Sun- visiting Orange ;.W Messrs. Pan! aad Aaron Miller (Ut- ile Aaroa) ware visitors to IS down from his tt Bancroft, La., for a Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Smith aad little Saturday aad Sunday in Miss Daisy McKerrel Is ««It* 111, mack to the regret of her DeWitt Is the Name. * When yon go to boy Witch Haiel Salva look for the name Be WITT on every box. -The pura, unadulterated Witch Masai is used In making De- Witt's Wlteh Ratal Salve, which is the Xianie Stephens, of Lakfl beat aalra in the world for cuta, burns, spent Sunday with her friend^ inSilse , bótls", eczema and piles. The Friu^/Hatoa ■ to Cali left Monday after- i^HMdiaa la Baylor Stephen*, of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 11 September 1903

•JÉ ví?v:l üp^í'í' ''™ I ..91 SO tm advance) lths On advance),. •n AnnHoatton. t tb* Poauimc* at Orus* M 8«oond ARE THEY WAITING? Enterprise has been asked a or two why the various inter- parties are waiting for the convening of Congress before begin work on the appropria- that is, so badly needed for the iths of the Ñeches and Sabine rs and for which comparative is so small when the end at- ts so large. Beaumont today furnishing more than half export products passing #L Port Arthur and Sabine This, of course, includes the going from Spindle Top, which " find a natural outlet from the river should that stream be ced in position to receive sea- g vessels. Then comes the going out. This is furnish- principally from Beaumont and mge and there would be no need any rail haul at all with the add- water depth. But while We in Beaumont and Orange know all .jj^towe things it seems that they do not know them in Washington, and when the effort is really made to in- form them someone bobs up an...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 11 September 1903

pmm, mmmm, of m store for luformatlon regarding Thla Mttmi Kvsiyltdy. we lmT« a bif «took of BASKETS, BOOlE BOXEP, BOOK- k mi everything l* TUB BEST FOR '*,< vfpjic v*¿7v V"; ;fj ,t'^' '■ GGS' SO 3 v' \ 6 , PHMMMW ■ *9fc )■" r Oeetroyed ty W . I (Ml eompaar'a whfde- tenmeht , City of ailved here ywieMiy, taking on * cargo of «re ahovt'~ll:|0 hurt night pracUoally ft tote] wreck. iyt g at the *u |n«t >Ü %l . The fire t,.. - -■* — jlA M A ti. expiowoi or cm in on# of to# whHA *u caaaed by touching deck with • poorly Inaulatedpor- of electric wire te the hand* of i second offlcer, who wmi holding the in the hatch tor the perpoee of the of the Ineuntly. the Mg ship enveloped in tenes, ftnd the ea- i crew barely made their eeoepe hy ovcrtx>*rd Into the wnter, " i of their of 1,100, www 0^ gaUone of oil, about MO,000, nnd on the oil whftrt nhont 116,000, n total of approximately tlW.000. The on the whnrf hi, of coarse, maefe great- er than the latrtnnlo mine of the atrnc- tnre, u...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 11 September 1903

JM ■H m, ü mlS;' . H&. ■pg^i BBíilM i life i'" ife wKrl *FI; P: ;í |;v Wfc. ■•"*' III. !■: ,; ft* Ü1 OF COURSE OF At considerable expense and trouble, the Afternon PRIMARY SCHOOL. .¿$1iSp®! GRADE. Finir. believing it will prove TERM. 1st READING. Ward's Primer, SO weeks. Charts, cards, leaflets, slips, black- board work, prepared by teacher. Wad's Méthod as basis. '•'■''VV.I ,lv>, .1 ,'.l ,'..W >7 SPELLING. Selected words. Oral and written. Ward's ...JPrimer as basis. LANGUAGE. ARITHMETIC. . GEOGRAPHY. WRITING and DRAWING. M^sic In the Pour Grades and directed by Tpacher. U. 8. HISTORY. See first term. Seek Let every lesson eon- to develop the powers le , of expression. Composl- stltute a son. Require answers In . complete sentences. Careful attention to cor- rect forms and to dis- tinct articulation. Mem ory gems., Count and write num bers to 100. Combina- tions of numbers 1 to 8. Fractions 1-2 and 1-3. Pupil should have Idea of numbers before he is taught figures. Figure...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 11 September 1903

£ y ¿I . . ,.¿ üí * •> J ¡RkS fiitf A '.. ' «v ■—■ ■ ■ •• „vair ii -ii ili—miiifiii ilwnwnn ÉBE '•* V 'S&íWÍÁWWfc rt M0f to MrWt «. 1 ' i MeCUTCHEON 1 AWDV£ZZ 12*55 t. •rternooit JPR* -£ft.. palace grounds and In- ' lÉatdfc ' ftkik' AUIaÍ ' aiAM«y| , fur IW; cnwi •wwtrou « tow momenta the/ to bis office tu a «malí lua| IwAIJA ÍUÁ -^--- *■ —— juii urna* im. pium wti * red faced little j pleasant and accommodating. II fact, be was i tbey had no ,111 - pYvWuIlliy ' IM§* W^WWM Jacob Freascb—was at but ttolr frank, eager i fluwin mIao^ fW Hmhi kit rn« Miit I VUVR gF5KH^$SP; W* IMwUI HW \"V1l rm that part of tbe great park to tto public. Beyond certatu ttoy were not to treapaaa. An asked tow they could to expect i distinguish tbeaa linea, being tíñ- ate want grimly a i Ato m A, tkto 'O wykAliáakfejajSM ■ iiUl', iMm tut int ninnn or ' rami twit would establish tto t'alalnl* tbat It would to ouite W.' KPfilWPto^^' .«rePS*** •*;." WPf*tf.WW wrote tor ttoraa pea* to tto tto royal palac...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 11 September 1903

\.'T • m e Export Record, published at Mobile, Ala., is a fair and exponent of the lumber trade in its particular territory ly its reports are to be depended upon, but a statement yin its issue of the 5th hist., regarding the shipments of the Lumber company, -would tend to create, a wrong impres- to the magnitude and importance of that company's bush In its review of the Texas Coast situation the Record "the rail shipments of the Kirby Lumber company for istamotinted to 1,812,000 feet." Ais no explanations are 4nade in connection with this statement one would suppose that this was meant to cover the entire shipments of that company for the month of August. The fact is that 1,812,000 was the amount shipped from the Kirby mill at Orange during the month of August and does not include any part of the shipments of the sixteen other big mills operated by tbis company in Southeast 'Texas. As none of these mills shipped less than this amount and some of them pei*h?.ps shipped two or three ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 18 September 1903

nw wSm tf ' áepsiM Í#É _ _ I | ■■■■■■■■■ ■( ■■ teÓT WATER COMMUNICATION WITH SABINE PA83, the GREAT 30UTMEA8T TEXAS DEEP WATER PORT U'. ;¿* «- 1-3^ ^.fl} f/'ftfl -f y/1 %{, , ••"> 'jPMft •'"■r .X . ■',' . ORANGE, TEX., FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 18. t003. number 17 = ate r „ " " '' H. J. LÜTCHER, ♦- PRMiMHt. - .. ^ '• ' %' «: ' ' IX—r Viob President. iijf- W. H. STARK, Secy.-Treas. 3%". &ih\ ■ Q WITH THE LUMBERMEN The Lumber Reporter's Peregrinations Over The SawdustRoads MANUFACTURERS OF THÉ FAMOUS Calcasieu Lpng Leaf Yellow fW m,HWi igfcv ÍW Wc Make Everything an up-to-date Sawmill Can Manufacture * WB MANUFACTUM ■o; Sy Rfíjííj j «p IpM WM i Jllts'í ®É¡ mm If you want anything in our line rrite us, wire ut, or phone u« Star and Crescent Saw and Planing Mills ORjVQB, TEXAS Our Logs are cut°as we orde^, Trammed "" to Tidewater and •*r - ..f';" Always Fresh m>- "Not always the .cheapest ¿ut you get value received" timbers pressed four sides to 14132 lAMOA MATERIAL A SPECIALTY H# OUR...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 18 September 1903

BU —= Biw Kldntj ni Rnn Suspect IL «ToftnAOttl. , bottle «r common glass with youT and let it stand twenty-four boors; a sediment or set- tling iudica tesan unhealthy 1 con- ditionof t bet kid- neys; if itftoins your linen it is evidence of kid- ney trouble; too frequent desire to pass it or pain in the back is also convincing proof that the kidneys . and bladder are out of order. Vkat To Do. There is comfort in the knowledge so Often expressed, that DrS'Kilmer's — - • kidney remedy, ing rheumatism, nainln the back, kidney*, liver, bladder and every part of the urinary passage. It corrects inability to hold water and scalding pain in passing it, or bad ¡effects following use of liquor, wine or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant ne- cessity of being compelled to go often during the day, and to get VLP many * " the night. The night. ae mild and time j during —„ the extraordinary effect of Swamp Root is soon realized.. It stands the highest for its wonderful cures of the moat dis- tre...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 18 September 1903

w m f ■' jjjV;tv.■■i'lt':// v4''$• «^> •,"•> í^ME .♦&*«;I '■■;• • ■ - ■' - THE ORANGE LEADER. * Ml ■ ajMfaBR wmmBm ,M. «ftp Gray returned Saturday from to Chicago aad other Bombera Hon. Geo. B. Holland left Sunday * Del Rio and other western point i a business trip. Dr. B. W. Brown left Monday ' Donner, La., to look after ldl lum- i at that place. Frank a. Peoples, of the meokanl- I force of the Rein Lltho. Co., apent ay with relatives In Beaumont. B-fp p. Macadoo, of the Orange Carri- age and Implement Co., returned Bun' day afternoon Aro a three week visit to Jennings and Louis! points. Illas Ethel BetUs, who has been 111 for several weeks with typhoid fever, Is now suffering from a relapse and Is very seriously m. ' Mrs FVed B. MacLeod left Tuésday morning for her home in Weatlake, La., after a two weeks' visit to rela- Uve In Orange. vV 1.' 'attawmss ' ' Dr. T. P. Ooyle. who has'been tuse- Uag with aa attack of fever for the past tea daya, la again on the atreets, to t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 18 September 1903

v ■Hill, • ■■ ■ -•' ;.'"ofc .. 'j .v\ Xeat>er PORD, Editor. Every Friday Morning la Rain Building, Contar of Main Fifth Streets. year (tn. advanee) .|1 60 months (in advanee) 1 00 . - AOvortlslwa Batee en Application, ' ftntsr*' at th« Po tofflc« «t Oráus* «i fleooui gphass Wetter. ■? í; The latest outrage of thft Turks was to destroy Kastorla and murder 10,000 more people. Fortunately, this was the town of Kastorla and not the great American remedy that children cry v tor. - . '" * ik .■ —— 'The blizzards that have been raging in the mountains of "Kool Kolorado" during the past week will probably canse the summer resorts to be abandoned In a hurry and their visitors Will begin to seek a warmer clime. At last the drills are going down Into the earth In search of the oil that is supposed 'to underlie the sur- lace of Orange county. Three miles north or Orange and three miles south test, wolls aré going down and as ex- perienced drillers are In charge at both places oil will be loc...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 18 September 1903

^T>'WWt 'v m i. .., ..i. i n.iiiaiiiti .■ i. «é! . J postea ■'."1.^ mmm Á ORANGE LEADER. Twm.—NoUééí «re hereby * «• Immediate- Committee. The Justice of the pe^ce, Ju owce summoned his deputl ¡S&; Mi swore In seventy «it deputies. At nine o'clock tonight there is no todleatlon of mob outbreak, and it Is generally considered that the whole thing Is a fake. The negroes have everywhere beéta badly frightened and many went out vt town tor, the night. . The law abiding citizens are In ear- ned in the matter and an attempt at mob violence would he put down in a irtgorotm mannwr O. Roberts, sheriff of Hardin ity, who w s at Kountxe, received of the condition at Soar Lake rode the distance by night in hours. The deputy United marshal at Beaumont came «ver no a hand ear with ten men. • The men are stationed in squads; «orne at the depot and some in other parts of town devoted to negro dlvea. Tfcey have a countersign and every man found in these localities is com- jjelled to give an a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 18 September 1903

wpP«W?Nf! ■>y*:u fwjJí, RICE MILL *** Liberal Advances made on Fall Rice. ,1r. > . itr. i*. .t, it. EDUCAT IONAL. AUSTIN, TEX4£. PROOFCOLLECE IN THE SOUTH. E NEW STEDWARDS. A Boarding School 1or Young Men and Boys This College 1b beautifully situated pn the heights three miles south of Austin, In a healthy and picturesque locality. Natatorlum pool, 78x84; 1-4 mile track; up-io- date gymnanlum. Kverv facility Is oflcreu for a thorough aujfH-twplf) San Antonio Female College cry facility Is offered for a thorough Classical, English-Scientific. Commercial and Preparatory arse. WtJitnodrrn laBtruageH. niuslc, shorthand.- telegraphy, drawlpg and pointing as op- .lonal studWs. under special resident teachers, _. A minim department lor boys under thirteen. Private rooms for advanced students at moderate rates. The tad year of this well-known Institution opens Tuesday, September 8th, For catalogue and further particulars, address THE REV. JOHN T. BOLAND. C. S. C.; President. rivt 0m4i...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 18 September 1903

Warn rnmmm IlifW LEADER. llPfc m:- m L CEORGE BARK McCUTCHEON Copyright, mi. * Thrbtrt g. skm* ": «* CHAPTER IX. OXPlpIT or LORRY AflD AlfOOTML ' kURING the half boor spent la tb« grassy ditch or gutter tbey •poke not nor* than half • doson time* and In the faintest They could . bear the guard pacing the driveway Incido the ponderous rate, but aside from his footsteps no sound was distinguishable. A sanos of oppression came over tbe two watchers as tbe minutes grew longer and mors deathlike In their still- . Tbey knew nothing of the surround- ings. If they failed, there was tbe dan- ger of being shot by tbe guards before on explanation could be made. If they •oceeeded, It oft be through sheet good fortune antf*DOt through prowess of mind or muscle. Both knew the •easible. Judicious act would be to alarm the guards and thus arold all possible chanoe at a fiasco. With mis girings and doubts In their hearts the two self appointed guardians of the princess lay there upon the grass, afra...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 18 September 1903

m die Lumbermen. (Cintlnuiihf rom Page On*.) . They see Jiretty usferly nothing «toe in dé- > enough tot all purposes i of |B or htfher.—-American Lumberman. f: ' Í '-4 Í h: c foiv Sf'. .- •Mpments from Beaumont Mills. Mills May Move. «eaumont, Texas, September 16.—Manager Pipkin of the Nona Mills Lum- ber Company, is complaining of the scarcity of cars on the Kansas City South- ern. The company's mills are located at Leesvllle, l*„ and Mr. Pipkineays <tn#t the shipments for last month exceeded 5,000,000 feet and would have been mnflh greater but for the said scarcity of available cars. The railroad com- pany has promised to relieve this situation by the flrst of next month, whioh announcement will be received with great satisfaction by the lumbermen. Mr. Pipkin says that there is Just now an unprecedented demand for south Texas lamber in the Panhandle and Indian Territory and that the railroads are also waing large supplies for' construction work, while the local demand- cont...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 25 September 1903

1 ■ H^iPiPPS íf^lfíSS W ''' ' '"V" ^WMsp' :" 'i- i, , ^ (-' ,' v i' 1 ;>■• V'-''' '■• ' /> W&BB& :? *• Sift"4 : ",, : i,-'.': r' , ÍF *%$%£•'''','; y'ií - ORANGE, TEX., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 88,1903. f * ' 1 ■ NUMBER 18 IOATION WITH SABINE PA88, THE GREAT 80UTHEAST TEXAS DEEP WATER PORT m J. LUTCHER, President. f., /' V . -V v^^A-V-iC <*' B. W. BROWN, Vice President. W. H. STARK, Secy.-Treas. manufacturers of the famous Long Leaf Yellow Star and Crescent . ^ , a 1 ■ • r ' -j ! • • ■ • • • Saw and Planing Mills : . ■ . ÉmmM m m., ligJJJU!4BllJ!K¿]i! L; vm-fnmm. "V«« J w • Ml/ jM si 'flB H W S J - ;.X-M ■. ■■—I LL- '4' '1' it' 'I* '1' 'A* '¡I' '1' '!• *i' '1' '1' í jr.nuu. I are unsurpassed of m rito handling of lly solicit Q. BKDBLL MOORS, n(«NNT and treasure*. 4. k. oraddook, manaqer. « Hiloard Lumber Co. MANUFAOTUHKII OP *>•.■■ < • ■ ' Long Leaf Yellow Pine Lumber LAURELIA (Poucoust ) TEXAS. ¥m fijR —~ T-l- le plant is located 90 mites North of Houston,, cas, on ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 25 September 1903

i JÉUii lv Hi \1 m ■■■ ■ DR. FRANK FANNING. Come and be Healed of all the Afflictions that Man Is Heir to, all Without Medicine. f, iff m Wi . ' ,1^ .. 'v. . ' '. '' ' ,>o'i * ■■HMI dolían on youri cents to help pay postage. We make no Montgomery Ward Sr MichiganWM 18 YEAKS UNPARALLELED SUCCESS, Will be in Orange on * • ^-r—— —— : : r—: j ,^;r' Wednesday, Sept. 23rd, With Apartments at the HOLLAND HOTEL, , ■> . i ' ' • . ''■ Where He Will Bemain for TWO WEEKS. ÜR Wonderful Healing. Park Avenue School Opon. The Park Avenue school was form- ally opened Monday morning and the teachers and pupils who have been hi attendance ft the Hehderaon street school pending the completion of the new building moved over Into the new quarters and have settled down to a season of hard work In their handsome new home. Mrs. S. E. Murrelle, the principal, states that there Is already a material Increase In the enrollment, owing to the change and predict* an even great- er one. Following are the nam...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 25 September 1903

BK E. and «MI his arm has Daily Tribune, spent Bun- a combined bust- it. <*«*•< T fava a SMáXiaáia **. . ^nepmsru, ivm iwyi iivíuwi of the New Orleans Furniture to Haanmont ganda ^ 'i \ ■ F*fV YíB|PÍPppfk!' 'pP^OT^sBmmfis Messrs. Waller Alexander and Barí two Of the BMMtl employes of * " w "* gf a jpi ■ "f 'w ^ inner atoras, spent Sunday night ílRHHR ., one of the Mexican employes of P, * N. O., died at Echo Sunday and was buried at tint place MeClanahan returned from a several days* at Hoastoa. U: 8. Marshal H. & Wilson from Beanmont Sunday the day here conferring i United States prisoners he lodged la the Orante county Jail, i visit was In the nature of a chart* ha hating come over to ef- roloaas on a head of a young who U stiffering with rheum- so that he any *0 to his home for the attention bis . J. K. Megtan left Sun- alght foe their home la Mexico of ■■w% With his family aad to Jota a party of will con- a toar of the rtoa, ott asi «M aad Donald. L. S. ADAMS. IMHS ñ^É...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 25 September 1903

RRHjiwln WW® 1111 un 11 Mi liini II ii iM Mm, tmr.? • ' *■ 'I iiiliii jf| ' ""n ':."■!' "i11 ^ "■;'% 1 ' "'■"!||;,ilj pll® ll:$ í I 'If m H 7 ., ■ >;' ■■ _ ■ .... ; 4., , ■ .„ . . y^^-i „ \ SEVERAL REASONS:—We plank down the eloquent coin, and everybody knows that this will always bring a ^bar- gain at a lower figure than a credit competitor pays. Then, again, we have always advocated and followed the "nigh | cut," believing that a close, quick margin of profit will drive a man to the top in half the time. Underbuy, undersell, cash down, is our motto. Scan our prices, then you'll see where to get the best goods for the least money, a a a a m: ft.- l| mm i ; • * R 1 mwBpr-.J # Best suit of Men's Clothes in4he | A A A house, only * A cheaper grade $4.90, down to .. •— Best Youths' Suits $5.95, and down to — .. — 2.50 ,2.40 Men's Pants, a big job; regular $5, % QA for only and down to $1.45. And think of it—ra $15.00 Silk Skirt 8.40 and down to $5.90. ■ r-> ' Velocipedes, 2.98 Gi...

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