The Daily Leader. (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 80, Ed. 1 Wednesday, June 12, 1912 Page: 4 of 4
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besides the lionorees:
the Ladies' Aid and ■ Missionary So- Mary Johnson and AVinnie Bland-,
?>'■' ciety will be held jw th* Fin& Bap- Mtssrs.- Carl Bancroft, J. E. Harri-*
tist chiurch tomorrow^ ¿(Tlfürsday)
afternoon at 3;30 o'clock.. . Every-
SwilSaw Sí&' ¿¡¿tikksUfií&J$ '
body is invited *o -attend |
Following is the program:
í > I! Song—"How Beautiful to Walk in
the Steps of the Savior," .
1PÍP Invocation- ior God's presence.and
: Bible reading—Psalm 95, in con-
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| Prayer sentence for Dr.
superintendent of mountain schools,
the teacher and pupils.
Answers to questions on "Mountain
. Reading—"More Lands to Pos-
sess," Mrs. Childress.
The Mountain Problem: (1)-The
Field; (2) The Folk, Mrs. Cóx.
Our Mission School: (Í) The Force>
Mrs. Gunstream; (2) The Fruits,
Report of annual meeting of W.
M. U. at Oklahoma City, Mrs. Rob-
erts. • "
Prayer of praise and thanksgiving
for the success of last year's work,
petition for God's ' guidance and
blensing throughout the year upon
which we are entering.
Dismission. . J1' v ^ T*'..
A dance was given in the Orange
. ' room Of the Holland Hotel Monday
evening by Messrs. Edgir and
Lutcher Browil, complimentary t0
the visiting girls in the city. Music
was furnished by Cohn's orchestra,
and the dancing was very much en«
joyed until the early hours of the visiting in the'city, the guest of her
morning. cousin, Mrs. L. E. Gowan. •
Those present included the hon-j ,' • l* *
orees, Misses. Calhoun and Keith o W. H. Stark and family, who ha\e
Beaumont, Imola and Dora Link oil been attending the commencement
son, Hickman, Bob Brent, ÍI ®- ^c"
Corquodale, y. S- Netterville, Chas:
Cottle, A. E. McClendon, P. R B«'-
ler, Frank Hatton, Hampton Tuc1
and Robert Rckert, Mr- and Mrs. £
car -Bowen and Mr. and Mrs. Fra
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'. The members of the Five Hundred
club <met yesterday afternoon with,
Mrs. Cyrus McFarlane, ^hose guests
for the aftfernopn included, besides
the cl«b members, Mrs. Forest T,
Byrnes and Miss Imo'a Link
Houston, «Mrs.! E. W, Brown, Mrs.
Geórge D. Jones -and, Miss, Olive
Turpin. , ,
Following the games, fruit salad
with mayonnaise, olives and wafers
Mrs. Rucie Moore will entertain
the club next week.
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Mrs. R. M. Johnson left on the
noon train today for Galveston.
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Dr. A, G. Pearce Is in Galveston
C. C. Coleman of Newton was in
the city yesterday afternoon.
Mrs. Frank Patín will leave to-
morrow for a two weeks' visit with
her mother in New Iberia, La. ■
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Capt. Colgrove of the Merchants
ball team, was a visitor to Beaumont
yesterday, returning last night
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Miss Mabel Fisher of Cooper is
Grain: Com pan y
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tkn^c^^i^cityT"but now of, \
, lisville, was seen on the streets to-
day circulating among his old friends.
Mr. Knight is here on a combination*
business and pleasure trip.
J. E. Love of Vidor, this county,
visited the city yesterday and was
last night initiated into the Benevo-
lent and Protective Order of Elkis.
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M B Aronson returned this aft'
ernoon from a business trip to Hous-
ton : ■ Í ■ s; ¿';í i^S?r|í
ttoxí;often, Mr. Firmer, have you lo t a cow or a
horse Or other valuable animal because the veter-
inary could not get there in time?
A telephone connection with a Southwestern
exchange would pay many times over in one single |
case pi this kind.
Think it over and inquire from the nearest manager j
MB? ¡ •;;-v Oscar..
Houston, and Addip McNeill, Fla-
. via Wignall, Lucile Slade, Elizabeth
Bancroft, Josie Harris, Irene Hust-
myre, Florence Finch, Louise Reid,
Lucile Pearce and Gladys Slade;
Messrs. Malcolm Pearce, I. Werner,
Oscar $mitb, Chas. McFarlane,
Lutcher and Edgar Brown, Wynne
Pearc^e, Frank Henderson, J. E. Har-
rison, Cárí Bancroft, Bryan and Rob-
S -.b ■ >
Dr. and -Mrs. E. W.
Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Mcpar-
fr. and Mrs. Rucie Moore.
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;i(-M «s -WillieTracy entertained Wifh
a «klightful party last ( evening in
honor of her guests, Misses Myrtle
Berry, Haze) Maes, Viola /ones and
r of Houston. Progres-
exercises of' the State university at
Austin, are expected home tonight,
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■ Jot Payment of Beaumont,-an old
resident -df Orange, was. a "visitor
here, yesterday.. He returned* to
Beaumont this morning.
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Judge J- B. Bisland was a visitor
to Beaumont yesterday, returning
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Geo. Call, who has been in Gal-
veston for a day or two, returned
home last night.
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C. E. Bruce returned last- night
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Chester Knight, a former resi-
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J. c. Turner of Prairie View is in
town on business today.
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Tom L. Cruse returned last night
from a business trip to Beaumont.;
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E... W. Anderson, secretary of the
Commercial Club, returned this aft-
ernoon from Austin, where he went
before the railway commission with
the Orange-Port Arthur lumber
rate question yesterday. Mr. Ander-
son reports that the case was prop
erly submitted and that the commis-
sion hawaken the matter under ad-
ACTUAL DRILLING ' I'm
, Each age of our lives has its joys.
Old people should be happy, and
they will be if Chamberlain's Tablets
are taken to strengthen the diges-
tion and keep the bowels regular.
These tablets are mild and gentle in
their action and especially suitable
for people of middle age and older.
For sale by all dealers.
W. M. Gunstream and Robt. Mor-
gan returned yesterday evening from
^Morgan's Bluff, where they went in
company c with Capt. Avery in the
jnterest of the. oil well being drilled
at that place. Mr. Avery remained
behind to look after tbe work being
done. These gentlemen report ev-
erything moving along satisfactory,
and afe very sanguine as to the re-
sults they should receive. . . ;i •
The actual drilling operations be-
gan several days ago and the crew
of workmen are making good head-
way towards the
completion of the
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and with a
H.. Thomas, the enterprising man-
ager of the Airdome, announces 'that-
he will install an Edison Keneti-
scope of the 1913 modél ate soon jui
the invention is put on the market.
This new machine will be ■ a revela-
tion in the moving picture business;
an"d is the restcilt of years of study
and hard work by that world's gen-
ius, Thomas A. Edison. Its many
improvements are marked and as
well as benefitting the picture-go-
ing public it will be a' money and
labor-tsaver for the owner. .
There was a meeting of oñe of the
sections of the Boy, Scouts organi-
zation in the office of Dr. A R< Sho-
larS at 10 o'clock this morning. Fif-
teen of the sixteen members of this
section were present and . the young
soldiers were much enthusd by the
doctor's interesting talk. Carleton
Trimble was appointed temporary '
leader and tmder his command the
detachment enjoyed a tramp out on
the Beaumont road as far as the
brick $¿£d. Héir¿;:j|p^ company
banded and enjoyed á fíftee minute
rest before returning to headquarters
where they were disbandd. •
T^ organization as a whole is
composed of about forty-two bright
youngsters. They are divided into
several sections and each are'under
command of a leader. At their next
meeting which wili be held aSturday
morning at 10 o'clock, the election
and appointment of officers will be
made. „ v
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ed on it
nicely. A repot
of activities this
that the rear wall
completed.* Worlf i
yhich is going to .be bei
namented, is being v"u
pletion and the.sides 1 ,
up «several feet. '
The building will n
seventy-eigh|- feet 1««®- ^
covered with fire
shingles, and the *
When finished, the church will
sent an expenditure of approxim
$13,000, and will be one of
handsomest buildings in the city. T.
A. Howell ia supervising the work
and is giving his undivided attention ^
to the smallest details as well as
the larger and more important things
necessary to the proper construction
of any building:
The members of the Catholic
chuhrch here will'have just cause
be proud of their new ho
«hip. They have lalbpred f
every way to raise the neee
funds to secure this new edifice í
will be rewarded with one of .c r
prettiest and most substantial build
ings in Southeast Texas. It is ex?
t>ected tp have the church r^ady '
occupancy by August 1.
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it was considered, were
the Commei *
. Do not forget the meeting of the
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Besides that you |
fiction that comes
ing that you carry a I
We invite you to take advi
tage of ou/ facilities for
ting watches right and
You'll find ft well
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them a trial. For
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Cuta* House 4th and Front
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OP TEXAS COTTON CROP $220,000,000.
\ profitable crop known In agrleulturó ain|
"'ul and powerful of American industr
as many more weave at its looms t
The plant yields the Texas p '
harvest moves the world's *
when marketed, the bulls aac
or the other falls With I
teard around the world. c
ketinsr cotton. W. T. Loudermilk ofi "hlSln of .
sub-committee having the subject under consideration. . |^p
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Walthall, S. H. The Daily Leader. (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 80, Ed. 1 Wednesday, June 12, 1912, newspaper, June 12, 1912; Orange, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth182812/m1/4/: accessed June 19, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lamar State College – Orange.