The Daily Leader. (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 76, Ed. 1 Friday, June 7, 1912 Page: 2 of 4
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)FFICERS—W. H. St*rfc, Preiident L. Miller, Vlce-Preíldent E. W. Btown, Vice-ft&ideot
J. O. J1 ni.'C uVier ií. tí. A .-Pjriand. Au't Ciíhiar A. E. Biaa. 2ad. Aii't. Ciihier
DIRECTORS—W. H. Stark L. Miller E. W. Brown F. H.Farwell J. O. Sim
E. E. McFarlsnd H J. L. 8t«rk
; I PUBLIC CONFIDENCE
ONE OF THE BEST ASSETS
One oi the best assets of ¿-Bank is the confidence of the people,. The First National Bank has
the confidence of the people x>f Orange arid. vicinity and its strength and caréful management make
it a safe' depositary for funds, your account, subject to check is cordially invited; no matter whether
it large'or small," you will always recieve the' most courteous treatment and prompt attention, v,
Capital $100,000.00 Surplus and Profits $127, *
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THE FIRST NATIONAL
THE .ORANGE DAILY LEADER
W. H: STARK
S. H. WALTHALL
L. C. PARKER ......w- City Editor
Per year —— ...... . $6.00
Per month —i .......... .50
Per week ...——- .IS
These suggestions couple with -the
further fact that goats of the class
supplying the skins in question
"*"* could be grown uppif the seiiii-arid
and semi-moutntai'nous lands- in- the
United States now practiadUy Unci '
ilized, have added to the interest in-
dicated by the inquiries now being
Contributions will be gladly re-
ceived. and- given space when avail-
able but we must ask that all contrib-
uted articles be typewritten before
they are sent in, ^
,f This will Save us much time, and
time is money.
Subscribers are requested to notify
the circulation manager of,any delay
or error in delivery Of papers. If
your copy fails to reach yon, please
call us up, either phone, and the
necessary steps will toe taken to in-
sure prompt distribution. Your co-
operation to this extent will be ap-
POSSIBILITIES OF THE GÓAT
What if the Chicago convention
isn't over before election day?
Hundreds of inquiries regarding
the possibilities in the United States
of a great goat industry are now
reaching the Department of Com-
merce and Labor. These inquiries
are the result of a recent statement
toy the Bureau of Statistics of that
Department, that .250.-million dollars
had been sent out of the country in
e last decade . to purchase goat
is for use in this country, and
that the commercial value of the
500 million gots which these skins
represented would, had they been
¿rown in the United States, have
approximated a billion dollars.
A neatly mown lawn looks good,
but the hammock looks better.
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.' The politicians complain of the
lack of "harmony" tout they can al-
ways find harmony in the cemetery
if they want it real toad.
Hem rending tales o1 suffering
come from New York.with the lob-
ster palaces tied up by the waiters'
In view of the unwillingness to
move always shown toy the tenants
of the'White .House, it would seeni
as if Uncle Sam ought to be able to
charge a higher rent.
As Emperor -William - chooses his
wife's hats, it is probable that she
takes every possible chance to go
large owing 'to the rains,. which as-
sures the public of a "liberal supply
of the popular breakfast foods.
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If this delicatessen trust attempts
to monkey.''with the price of pie, it
will be about time to put our grand-
father's .flint loqk on our shojildcr,
and take to the tall timber.
Account Summer . Normal at
Georgetown, rate $10.85, daté of sale
June 5. 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10th, return
limit, August 27th.
Rate" $13.85 to Denton, account
State Epworth League Convention
(colored) date of sale June 4-lth, r<
turn limit June 17th.
Rate of $11.35 to San' Antonio,
sale June 9-10; limit to June 18th,
account State Christian Endeavor.
Rate of $11.35 to San Antonio,
sale June 9-10.th; limit to June 18th;
account Grand Lodge Colored K.
oí P. •
Rate $8.80 to Calvert, Texas, June
26th, limit to June 26th; account re-
union Hood's Brigade.
Cultivated brook troi^t sell in the
city markets for about 75 cents a
• pound, which is just a®' cheap as
paying railroad faite, and then buy-
ing them of the natives.
There is a* good deal of complaint
because eoál costs more, but if the
Consumer had the extra money, he
would probably spend it on luxuries
Things are getting so at the New
York hotels that you pay the waiter
and tip the proprietor.
It is said the hay crop will
Austin, Texas. §
$10.80 roiind trjy, date sale June
Sth and 9th, final limit June 13th,
account pniversity of Texas com-
Again on sale June 14, 15 and 16;
final limit August 3, 1912, account
Cloudcroft, N. M. '
fZÚS round trip; daté of sale
June 15 trains Nos. 7 and 9 only, fi
nal limit July 15, 19Í2.
$11.05 round trip; date of sale
June 9 and 10; final limit August
31, 1912. Account Baylor Summer
•1 ' " 1111 sPRESENTS¿
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By Richard Brinaley Sheridan
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Sheridan's Famous Comedy of Eighteenth Cent
Ottawa, Ont., June 7.-=Air Of the
leading railway systems of Canada,
inculdHig Canadian Pacific Canadian
Northern; Great Northern and/Grand
Trunk have been ordered by the
Dominion "Railway Commission to
furnish information today ¡showing
the number of cars and locomo-
tives in actual service, the " number
oat of commission,^ number of each
ordered and under-construction and
toe h^Id July
Judge Jnov W.'
Judge A E. Davis
jtxdge W. B. Powell,
election.) : ;-
For District At
Judge E. A. Cheatham, of
Thomas H. Sunton, of Orange.
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when to toe deUvered, with a view Oranae
if found necessary, of issuing orders '. _jf* '
compelling the purchase of addition- For County-J g.
al equipment to meet the thousands .
of complaints tjiat have been made * ^ J,ence
to the commission. Judge Mabee, For County Attorney:
chairman- of the board,, recently de-
clared that there is an apparent short
age of equipment all over the coun-
try, the consequent loss to shippers
involving vast sums.
Mrs. Lela Love, wife of Wiley
Love, a farmer living near 'Cpvena,
Ga, says: "I have taken Foley
Kidney Pills and find them to be ail
you claim for them. They gave me
almost instant relief when my kid-
neys were sluggish and inactive. I
can cheerfully recommend them to
all sufferers from kidney troubles."
For sale by all dealers.
New York, June 7.—Six races will
toe decided today at the opening of
the United Hunt Racing Associa-
tion's amateur meet at Belmont Park
terminal^ with the Mounted Setv-
vice that event, for cfficérst of the
United States army, as the feature.
On Saturday the Sportmán's Steeple-
chase D*uner Handicap will be the
main event The struggle is over
three miles of the regulation course.
The owner of the winner is to act
as host to the loser at dinner on the
evening of the race.
WHEN BUYING, BUY ONLY
Costs No More But Gives the Best
H. L. Blomquist, Esdaile, Wis.,
says his wife considers Foley's
Honey and Tar Compound the
best cough cure on the market.
"She has tried . various kinds ¡ but
Foley's gives the 'best result of
all." For sale by all dealer*.
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DO YOU KNOW ALICE ROSE?
YOU SHOULD KNOW ALICE
: ROSE i
NOTHING LIKE ALICE ROSE
DON'T FORGET ALICE ROSE
YOU WILL LIKE ALICE .ROSE
PEOPLE P.RAISE ALICE ROSE
Texas Shoppers Protest
Washington, June 7.—Following
formal protests frpm various, points
in Texas against the going into ef-
fect today of the h«w freight jarirf
filed toy khé joint agent of Texas
carriers, 'the Interstate Commerce
Commission has ordered a suspen-
sion pending'a hearing.. The tariff,
which was to go jnto " effect today,
abolishes about a hundred common
points in Texas. It is alleged that
the restrictive program of the rail-
roads would work a great hardship
on Texas shippers.
■ ' A CARD.
This is to certify that Foley's
Hóney and Tar Compound does not
contain any opiates, any habit form-
ing drugs, or any ingredient that
could possibly harti its users. On
the contrary, its great healing and
soothing qualities make it a real
remedy for coughs, coldi and* irri-
tations of the thioat; ' chest and
lungs. The genuine is in a yellow
package. Ask for Foley's Honey
and Tar. Compound and accept no'
substitute. For sale by all dealers.
JUST RECEIVED, A CAR OF
NEW MEXICO ALFALFA AT
W. H. McCorqaodale. ;
I; For Sheriff «nd Tax Collectc*'"
R. M. Johnson, (re-election).
For County Clerk. , ' .
C. L. Goodman, (re-éleédon).
A. H. Coale.
For County Treasurer
W. L. Downey/ u •
C. A Russell. ■' • ^
C. L. Hannah.
B. A Stephens.
F. A Burton, Jr.
A. C. Stewart '< \
For Tax Assessor
G. A. Foreman, Jr. (re-elation).
M. A. Watson. ' ' ' - ^
Precinct No. 1, Martin Séhnh.( re-
J. P. Eddleman.
Precinct No. 2, John Burtnn.
J. T. Hóuse. (ré-eféction).
The YOUNG MEN'S C
TEE requests alH ersons living in
Orange to géttrer all trish, cans and
rtdbtoish, save ny ftíttber aCcumula
tions, put it all in a sack and save un-
til the garbage wagon calls. This
will be very little trotible and will
add much to the health and appear-
ance of the City.
Mrs. M. A. M^iaughlin, 512 Jay
St., LaCross, Wis., writes that she
suffered all kihds of pfins in her
baclt and hips on account of kidney
trouble and rheumatism. "I gbt
some of Foley Kidney Fills and af-
ter taking thert for a few days there
was a wonderful change in my case,
for the páin éhtirely" left my back
and hips and l am thankful there
such a medicine as Foley kidney
Pills." For sale by all deaers.
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yr^íKcnito v^inccn^ r-v
: Washington, June f.^-Under
ders of Secretary of the Navy
' er¿ 'jtir rfctiifd ';n*vSr ■ ;^pfl
have been retained on duty Were to-
day retired froln active service;' A?
ter today; according to law, no >e
tired officers of the United Strei
Navy can be assigned to active
duty. ■ ;. jt: -' ||| fj'' 5 ¡ -
When your child has whopping
Cpugh be careful to keep the cougt
loose and expectoration easy by giv-.
ing Chamberlain's Cough Remedy as
may be required. This remedy will
also liquify thés tirngh ttfosdeS
make it easier t6 fc*t ettpráte. It fait:
been used Successfully in many epi
demies and iá skfe and sure. For
salle by all dialers. . fHMj
Suspend Furniture Rates.
Washington, Jane 7.—June brides
and bridegrooms owe a vote
thanks to the Interstate Commerce
Commission lor an order that sus-
pends, at least temporarily, an in-
crease in the cost of furniture for
feathering the-nests of Newlyweds
Proposed material increases in the
transportation rates on furniture, in
car loads, between points ip Central
Freight Association and Western
Traffic Association territory, aver-
aging about 15 «per - cent., which were"
sche4ule°d to toe pW iníó effect to-
day, have been pOstpénéd by the
comnferce commission to Sept ?,
pending investigation in the justice
of the' increases; Several hundred
are affected by the.
Norfolk, Va.) Ju
man battleships were
ard tdday, and the fl
Mrs. J. E. Henry, Akron,
tells how she did. so: "I was
ered with my kidneys and
go nearly double. I tried a
of Foley Kidney Pills and
me so much good that I bough
bottle, and féel that they saved me
a big doctor's bill." For sale by all
IVED, A CAR
I ALFALFA AT OR-
ANGE GRAIN CO.
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You Will Had most any body
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At the Old Richelieu
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a. o. McLean
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H. J. OKTUEYER &
MMiUi ikd EiMtnm
Ambulance atali Hours,f-Both Phones
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g« and House boat in connectiOi
en for excurions or towing trade. Rcl
d«'nt, New Phone 494. Leave word at
lackkbn Grocery Co. Store. . M
C. H CirriN, Master. '
New Pbonc, Coree'(Diu
DRAYAÓE AND GENÍERAL
ING A SPEC!
ANGE GRAIN CO,
A sprained anl^may as a rule be
cured in (ro^hrtt to four "days by
pbserving the directidns with
:h bottle. For sale toy all dealers.
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There is no i«líy líopíirior driák
for Spring-and" Summer than the
. GINGER ' "r.-
Itfs a^shame to watte a food thirst
on anything else, for Ginger is
the one drttt^ for quenching the
thirst and reviving and putting new
vim in you. '
Ask' for Ginger when you want a
Beware of imitations.
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On a guanntee. The
and the price
It Is the
Mitt If J1 1
! Are entitled to their prefer-
[ ence. They prefer the nice, |
new and up-to-date Rigs í
H O ME
Does the name appeal to you?
It doe¿ If there was e«
the. acme, bottling* w
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Just recieved a shipment
óf fine Crown Teas. ^0.
|H Sun Gured iap
FRED COWING, Prop.
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Walthall, S. H. The Daily Leader. (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 76, Ed. 1 Friday, June 7, 1912, newspaper, June 7, 1912; Orange, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth182808/m1/2/: accessed August 24, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lamar State College – Orange.