The Daily Leader. (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 82, Ed. 1 Friday, June 14, 1912 Page: 4 of 4
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Mfe are delivering in Orange and her tributaries, also in Vinton, Louisiana, Lemónville, Maurice-
ville, Bunker Hill, Call, Jasper and Newton, our Big Two Page Circular. This big circular is a fore-
runner of the BIGGEST DRY GOÓDS, CLOTHING, SHOES, NOTIONS, RIBBONS, LACES, AND
EMBROIDERIES, LADIES-READY-TO-WEAR, MILLINERY AND GENTS FURNISHING GOODS
Sale ever attempted in Orange or South Texas. This 3ig Circular dlvells on facts
figures, it calls your attention specially to regular prices on merchandise and our
ed sale price. We habe been preparing for this mighty sale for "the past sixty days.
ershabe been searching the barious markets in the East- and South West for- real bargans
Our Big June Sale. ,
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Aparty was given at the;home of
Mr. and Mrs. H.. C. Hale in honor
of their little son, WillieVfifth birth
day. Á most pleasant time was had.
Games were pláyéd until a late hour.
Then refreshments -were served. The
priees for pinning the donkey'stail on
were- won by Cecil Baxter and Ray
irks.- Those present were: Cecil,
Madelle, Zada, Floyd and S. C. Bax-
ter, Ruth and Mildred Scales, Pearl
Ijidgerton, Eloise, Monroe and Sid-
ney Adams, Belt ■ Dietiel, Eugene
Nance, Effie and Jarvey Peet, Ray
Sparks, Esther, RUth and Willie
Organist and Director of the
r«*ckt> of Piano. Pipe... 0>!«n. i < Htrmorr and (
M . TAVm, Siren leecher ol Stating ">* Voite
^redaction. Apply - ' ;
404 MAIN STREET
DERBY MIXED FEED
'ME ' '¿ Mm
Ben Talbort of Lake Charles
here on a business trip today.
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Capt. W. P. Allen, one- of the bar
pilots of . Sabine Pass, is in the city
today on business. >•
Mr. Burch, of the firm of Fláxon
& Burch,; tarks, ■ La., merchants -and
lumbermen, is' here on business to-
Geo.' Levingston left for Port
Arthur this mprning, going by bo^t,
for the purpose of making certain
repairs or additions to the govern-
ment pontoons there.
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. Geo. T. Hubbard* of Biloxi, Miss.,
who has been here for several, weeks
in the interest of the American Trad-
ing company of- New York, left for
Louisiana this morning.
H. J. L. Stark returned last night
from a visit to Ausnn, wliere he at-
'tended he commencement exercises
of the -'tafe university. On his re-
turn he acme by way of Bastrop,
whero u,<? remained ovr a day or two
with the O. B. C. ball club, which
1 úist closed a series of games
with "the team of that town. Mr.
Stark reports that the defeat of our
team in- that place was due to the
all-round good playing of the '-as-
trop trine, and that our boys "•< re
out-played, pure and Himple.
A party of government represen-
tatives headed by Major T. H. Jack-
son arrived last night on the gov-
ernment yacht "Neches" from Port
Arthur\for the purpose of inspecting
the w.ork being done on the U. S.
dredgeboat Sabine, at Weaver's ship
The party visited the yard
this morning and made a care-
ful examination of the work already
completed and expressed themselves
as highly pleased with the general
character of the work and with the
progress bgsng made. Those in the
party were: Major T. H. Jackson-
Dallas; E. E. Correy and R. C. Sneed/
Port Arthur. Major Jackson has
charge of the waterways in this dis-
trict atid it .is to him that, all reports
relative to harbor improvements,
needs, etc., are made¿ 1 The- other
gentlemen are connected in a local
way with Port Arthur.
^ WERE DISCUSSED
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lish from day to day the names of
all parties agreeing to this new plan,
so, to save the committee and your-
self from unnecessary work, phone
them of your co-operation. '
A proposed new bond issue for the
city came «in for a share of consid-
eration. Chairman I)ullahan stated
thaf the first work along this line
should be directed towards additional
school facilities. It was decided bo
investigate the bonded-. condition of
the city at present, with the view of
ascertaining just what should be done
along this line. Mr. Frank Hatton
agreed Vto make the proper investiga-
tion and report back to the YOUNG
MEN'S COMMITTEE in due course
of tiiiie. ,
Secretary Andersoin called atten-
tion to the conflicting meetings
held on Thursday night and .suggest-
ed that a committee be appointed
from the YOUNG MEN'S COM-
MITTEE to Confer with a like com-
mittee fróin the parent organization
looking to selecting a more suitable
and opportune time. The commit-
tee appointed for this purpose con-
sists óf J. A. Harrison and J. OIW
No further business the meeting
adjourned in due form. -
This is to certify that Foley's
Honey and Tar Compound does not
contain any opiates, any habit form-
ing drugs, or any ingrediept that
could possibly harm its users. On
the contrary, its great healing and
soothing qualities make it a real
remedy for coughs, colds and irri-
tations of the throat, 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.
Sidewalksl Lights! Streets?
Mrs. M. A. McLaughlin, 512 Jay
St., LaCross, Wis., writes that she
suffered all kinds of pains in ber
back and hips on account of kidney
trouble and rheumatism. "I got
some of Foley .Kidney Pills and af-
ter taking them for a few days there
was a wonderful change in my case,
for. the pain entirely left my back
and hips and I am thankful there is "
such a* medicine as Foley Kidney-"
Pills." For sale by all deaers.
KAOHC <Cir.N(fS AND HlADOCK
Sidewalks! Lights! Streets!
We BpY your dec&nd-hand house-
hold goods; f*y good price*, pa«k
nf goods, shipping agd repairing fnr-
niture. THE CURIOSITY S||iKE.
#08. Front St.. New Phone 515. tKw
FOR RENT—Several nice cottaj
Apply W. H. MALONE^^f"
return ta^ader Office and receive
WHEN YOU WANT THE BEST OF DRINKS
. VISIT THE
CrR amtte ba r
J. A. FUTCH, Prop.
Only [First-Class Goods are Carried in STOCK
MY NAME IS MY GUARANTEE
509 FRONT STREET *
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No. 284. ,
All members of Orange Lodge No.
284 are requested to be in their lodge
room on Sunday morning at 9 a. m.L
to-attend in a body the funeral s<
ices of Our late brother
Often the hunt: for a rich wife
ends when the man meets a woman
that uses Electric Bitters. Her
strong nerves tell in a bright brain
am! evri temper. Her .peiich-bloom
C'."ii¡>Iex on and ruby Jips result
fronj ber pure blooil; her
eyes from restful sleep; her
ftep' from firm, free muscles,
ing f>f the health and strengt
trie Bitter 'give a woman,
freedom from indigestion;
headache, faintiiig and di
they promote. Evcrywhei
Or ailing (
A representative of this paper in
terviewed Harbor Master S. W. Lev-
ingston this morning .relative
ditions along c®r
formed-^«e,ei¿^5f' and ,n*
th'at all dredging work is
Cgressing nicely and that matters
arc moving along satisfactorily in
Mr. Levingston stated that dredge
No. 7 is doing splendid work on the
twenty-five foot channel just, below
~Vt Arthur coming this way and tli?
the Bowers Southern Dredging com-
pany expects to have their No. 6 at
work by the first of the moqth. The
new dredge Pott Arthur is tip six
miles this side of the port únd is em
gaged in digging a switch 'around
the We for the proposed -locks that
will be built by the.government there.
This switch is necessary in order
that vessels may have a channel in
which to pass while the old channel
will be. used in the construction of
BMiitHi KioNmj' Oaoaw
' Sidewaik 7~fiSS"
if yourjougjafg-pe,, |t not all it should be
call in and try
CONKLIN SELF-FILLING PEN
THL CUSTOMHOUSE AND
Custom House 4th and Front Established 1682
$ , .¿If WL HANDLE THE
BEST STOCK OF jV.
Wines, Liquors and Cigars to be found
in the city.
to give absolute satisfaction
All tfradea of .point8, from Eztrá Fine to Course Stubs
PRICES $2.50 AND UP
Ask For Orange Oil Refining
Our Oil is an Orange.manufactured product. We manufac-
ture the test grade of Lamp Oils, Stove Gasoline, and Engine
Náptha. ¿v'ÍV'- ;
We guarantee our WATER WHITE Lamp Oil not to smoke
the lamp, and to give a clear white light (
Call S. W. Phone 250 and we will ten you from which mer-
chant you can get WATER WHITE Lamp Oil.
ORAHOB^DIL mSPIHINO COMPANY, O **-*
After trying and experimenting wjth many lines of Coffee, we
have selected the following: brands as \he most Suitable and de- •
sirable for our"bSt trade: .
Sunset 1 lb cans, 40c; 3 lb cans': for
Sunbeam 1 lb Cans, 40c; 3 lbcans for. „.
Golden Sun, Vierta- Brand, 3 1J> cans- for
Golden Sun, Navarre Brand, lib can 35c, 3 lb cans, for
Navarre Brand, 1 lb cans 3Sc;3 lb cans for
Try a can of eitIler brand and yoti will be delighted.
NEW PHONE 16
OLD PHONE 2
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Walthall, S. H. The Daily Leader. (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 82, Ed. 1 Friday, June 14, 1912, newspaper, June 14, 1912; Orange, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth182814/m1/4/: accessed November 13, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lamar State College – Orange.