The Daily Leader. (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 97, Ed. 1 Tuesday, July 2, 1912 Page: 1 of 4
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AnytHIn* in Electrical Good..
in Plumbing Good*.
Anything in 8heet Metal Goodi.
Anything in Hesting Goods.
Anything In Boat Supplied
Anything th Roofing Good*.
ORANGE, TEXAS, TUESDAY-,. JUNE % 1912.
& m m
day for Colorado, Making Trip
in Touring Car. .
Mrs. H. J.
tiJIpp.'T* 1 i
Ltttcher, Rev. E. T.
and wife and Mrs. Ida Achen
Jeáve today for Colorado
■tags, Colo., making the trip in
large touring car pf Mrs.
The car bears, a pennant with the
scrfiption, fiFrom Orange i Texas,
to New Ybrk, via Colorado Springs."
It is expected that the trip will
consume at least ten days and later
oh Mrs. W. H. Stárk, Miss
ala Qrtmcver—and Miss Myrtle.
¿Hays will leave via rail to join, the
. party after they reach their destinar
tion. Mr. Stark will-join them a-bouti
fhe first of August: -
Herbert Fiedler, one of the best
expert auto drivers in the country,
will pilot them through.
Of Present Road Trip, Sommerville
Winning Prom Them Yesterday
by Score of 4 to 2.
The minutes of the Commissioners'
Court sjtows that $5000 has been ap-
propriated to the use of Mayor
HewSon for the purpose of grading
and shelling Ninth street to the cor->
poration line. >
It is commendable in the mem-
bers of this court in making this
provision fSr a'good road to be
traveled by people coming from tljr
country' to Orange; the same Jiimi
should be done for every one of the
streets in the town forming a *it
of, or ah immediate' connection with
the roads traversing the rural dis-
tricts. It would be a shame for a
team to travel over good roads fro-n
this country to the corporation and
then fee compelled to eohtinue their
journey over bad roads, after ar-
riving yvithifi the botands of the cor-
. It i£ evidenced from this act that
the commissioners are doing 'heir
very best to give the; citzens of
Orange County the most t'/sy can
for the money they have.
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Eight Thousand Feet *of Lumber Is
Being Hauled to Hart ft Sholars'
Pump House tot Building Flume.
A. Moore from
Cotgrove bears '^the intelli-
gence that the Merchants .Ball Club ¿upfcá Turner informed The Leád-
suffered defeat yesterday at the ef reporter this mprning that some
hands of the strong Sommervdle roo<, ^ ¡s gó1ng on ¡n tfce vj.
team by the score of 4 to 2.^ _ dnlty of Hart *nd Sholarl' 'pu"hp
'This'-« the first game the Mer- hou,e an(J caná, He sa¡d that h
chants have lost since starting on|had the contract to haul about&XKÍ
their tour, 'but it was not expected j feet of ,umber to the pump house
* them to keep their record as high fof thfi purp0Sft of feuildihg a flume
1000 per cent. I across t^e canal. /
hat the game played yesterday Mr_ Turner ¡g a hustler and h- has
a good one, is evidenced by the j aevera, wagons continually busy
e score. Manager Colgrove says bctween the Lutcher & Moore Lum-
t' he attributes the loss of .the j,er company, sD as to-complete this,
ame to .errors, and he also assures job and get the contract for others
he anxious fans in Orange that
error business, will soon stop or
that new men who will not pull off
Baltimore, Md„ July 2.—The con-
vention was called to order at 12:07.
Ón the forty-third ballot Illinois
broke, giving Wilson 58 votes. Five
Connecticut votes, also went to Wil-
son. -Michigan gave Clark 2, Wilson
28, making a gain of 8 for Wils.in.
There Was no choice on this ballot
Y r«'n>a broke, casting their solid
vote of 24 foi- Wilson.- West Vir-
ginia followed, v giving Wilson 16
votes. The Virginia break stunned
the Clark forces. It is admitted that
there is little chance of preventing
Wilson's nomination if another big
state went over. A number of states"
were then conferring.
The Wilson sentiment seemed to
be sweeping the.hall like'wildftre. The
genera)' feeling among the ultra-
Clark men is that only a most sen-
sational turn can prevent Wilson's
nomination within a few houis.
JThe forty-third ballot: Clark, 329;
Wilson, 602; Under woo<£ 981-2;
Harmon, 28; Kern, 1; Foss, 27.;
Bryan, 1; absent,.
On. the forty-forth iaflo*, Colo-
rado broke, nine votes going to Wil-
son. Indiana went solidly for Wil-
son, with 30 votes.
The Clark leaders were saying that
such stunts^ Will be procured regard-
iess of prices, y- ¿
NOTICE. ; f •'
My ' store will be closed all day
; Thursday/ July 4.
)ACH DOOWIs used by al1
hotel* and restaurant*
it America. Endowed by
,'* Infirmary and John
loipital, Galveston. 50c.
iTwranteed by Jackson
Co. and Aronson ft Bro.,
lewton. Rat Doom lor
Anderson to Monroe. K s
E- W. Anderson, secretary of the
Orange Commercial Club, left
today on, the Oriole for a short
visit to his home in Monroe,^ £?■
A lfé*íxpects to return the latter
part of the week and will be here
for the executive CQmpúttce meeting
Monday night. ! ' . ' I
My store will be closed
July 4. ..
l-3t < S. W. LEVIN'GSTON.
Start to save lor your
and for YOUR 0:
a habit, die be
Have you ever said to y
start to save for
m 4 á
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IT DIE MAJORITY 1RER BNDERWOOO AMD FOSS 1AQ WITHDRAWN,
L LOCKED MOTION TO MftKEWItSON'S NOMINKTIQN ST
MtGUMtTIBH—VOTED Fi CLARK TO TOE LIST
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"while they concede Wilson 640
votes, that will be the limit and he
could not 6e nominated." They
claimed "363 votes for Clark on
which they could absolutely rely to
hold out against Wilson." The Wil-
son men said that "if the governor
got 640 votes, no power could stop
the band wagon rush."
"On the fórty-fourth ballot, Penn-
sylvania voted solidly for Wilson, a
gain of two. Wilson gained 11-2 in
Utah, and also gainerd Wisconsin.
There was no choice on this ballot,
which resulted in the following to-
tals: i '
Clark. 306; Wilsoii 629; Under-
wood, 991-2; Harmon, 27; Foss, 2Z.
. packing only 97 votes on the for-
ty-fourth ballot, the Wilson leaders
worked to round-up the needed tal-
lies. They "seemed confident of suc-
cess within a few ballots. The Clark
leaders were .busy strengthening the
The forty-fifth ballot was:
Clark, 3Q£; Wilson, 633; Under-
wood. 97; Harmon, 25; Foss, 27.
Underwood then ^withdrew.
Foss withdrew in favor of Wilson.
Senator Stone, Clark's manager,
then conceded Wilson's nomination.
All Clark delegates were released
from their instructions^ Stone se-
cured unanimous consent to make
a statement which released them.
Senador Bankhead, with the with-
drawal of Underwood's name, is gen-
ci-allyconsidéred as making Wilso'n'i
nomination certain. - ,
At 2:43 Fitzgerald of New .York
moved to make Wilson's nomination
by acclamation. Senator Reed of
Missouri blocked the motion, sayhig
that Missouri wanted to be regis-
tered as voting for Clark to the last.
Wilson was nominated at 3:15
P. m. • — • • - - • •• • • -
Baltimore, Md., July 2.—Total. of
•the forty-sbfth bal jot, nominating
Wilson: Clark, 84; Wilson, 990;
Harmon, 12; absent, 2.
Senator Stone moved to make
nomination unanimous. Carried.
Baltimore, Md„f July 2.—Conven-
tion adjourned uhtil 8 p. m. to-night.
Postal Bank Bond .
Washington, July 1.—Thousands
of postal •" savings bank depositors
began today to take advantage of the
opportunity, to invest in postal sav-
ings bonds, j according to the plan
recently outlined by Postriaster
General Hitchcock. Depositors may
exchange the whole or a of
their deposits for United "States ro-
istered or coupon bonds in denotnk,
nations of $20, $100 or $500, bearing
interest from July 1, 1912, at the
rite of 21-2* per cent per annum.
The interest is paysible semj-annh-
ally and the bonds are redeemable at.
the pleasure of they United States,
after one year from the date of is-
sue, both principal and interest pay-
able twenty years from that date in
United States gold coin. Postal
savings bonds are exempt from all
|axes or duties of the United States*
as well as from taxation it ..any form
by ot under static municipal or local
authority. In the new scheme the
government is likely to be a "heavy
winner because of the forfeiture of
interest under th¿ ruling, which re-
quires deposits to be. left For a year
before they begin drawing interest.
Notice L. O. O. M.
- Sabine River
Lodge No. 653,
Loyal Order pf
As there is
much business of
£ attend to, there
will not be any initiations Wednes-
day night. July 3.
All members are requested and ex-
pected to be on hand.
- WALTER J. CURRY, Sec.
Wednesday morning we will place
on sale One Hundred Durham Du-
plex Safety Razors at 35 cents cach,
while they last. These razors sell
for $5, but io introduce them to the
people of O/ange Igre are gcing to
sell one- hundred razors at 35 cents
each. Theae are Considered the'best
safety razors oh the market. See
our window display Wednesday.
Joe Lucas, Palace Jeweler. >
flie stockholders-of the Orange
Rice Mill held, their regular annual
meeting' in the offices Of. the- com-
pany yesterday. A statement of the
business was r«d, and the stock-
holders were very much pleased at
the showing that was made, fhe
same being one of the most success-
ful in the history of the company. A
nice dividend was declared and a
vote of thanks was accorded the
management for the way in whicl)
the business was run and for fhe re-
sults that were obtained.
The following officers and direc-
tors were ejected for the ensuing
year: L. Miller, president; E., W.
Brown, first vice president; W. H.
Sta/k, second vice president; R.
Bradbury, manager; W. M. Reid,
secretary and ^assistant manager; J.
O. Sims, treasurer.
L. Miller. E. W, .Brown, W. ft.
Sjnrk, F. H. Far well J. O. Siths,~R.
A. Moore and H. J. L. SÍark, direc-
The Orange mill will have men in
the field just as soon as the new
crop is ready^ and will work the rice
New machinery is b«(ng. installed
• A. Farnheimer of Buffalo Very
Much Pieaaed With Situation
He Found Here.
D. A. Farnheimer of Buffalo,
New York, was in the city Saturday
and just after the hard rain, Satur-
day night, while walking down
Green Avenue with a Leader re-
porter he expressed himself* a« very
much pleased with the paved side- ,
walks along .this beautiful boulevard.
"Every cit\" said Mr. Farnhem-
ier, "is not so progressive as Or-
ange and you have • matty" things
here that equal those of larger cities.
Orange should well be proiid of her ^
nice sidewalks and streets."
"The situation also, "continued
the visitor, "is the best in this part
of the state and I suppose that when
I come around this: way again Or-
ange will be a large deep water,
The people "of Orange do not
seem to appreciate "the fact that we
really are ahead of" other towns our
-size in the line of good sidewalks,
but when a man w^Thas traveled so
extensively as has Mr. Farnheimer
at this plant every day now, and n speaks in such, high terms of what
better grade of rice will be turned has been done the citizens of this
out -next year, as. well as a larger city should ~h^ inspired to. do inore
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This is to advise our patrons that
all of the barber shops in Orange
will be'closed all day Thursday,
of the" good work—KEEP THE
STEAM ROLLER GOING AND
WATCH ORANGE GROW.
The launch Irenc will leave O. &
N. W. .wharf at 8 a. m., July 4, for
Port Arthur. Will leave for return
at 4:30 (ij. m. Fare, $1.00.
READ THE LEADER-
Our store will be closed all day on
JACKSON GROCERY CO.
2*2t M ; I
A few choice cockerels for sale;
Barred. Roclrt, White aud Brown
->_2t\ Leghorns;- prices from $1.50 to $3.00;
selected eggs tn season. %
L. M. KEEP, Jennings, La.
AtL STORES WILL
sed all day thursday.
BBJWi—.BIWvi o. &
The launch Irene wiHire^K^ for
N. W. wharf at 8 a. tn., July
Port Arthur. Will leave for return
Fare, $1.00. 2-2t
"'in" if' '•"""fiil'f'*''' ■■■■■■■I
Many Mattera Important to Welfare
of Orange' Were .Discussed at
Meeting Laat Night
1 -r-Á íl
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The regular' monthly meeting, of
tK4 Orange Commercial Club was
held last evening in the club rooms.
O. S. Tarn presided in the absencc of
F. H. FarwelL Secretary Anderson
was at. the desk. ■
The treasurer submitted a reí
showing that the finances of the
ganjzation were in good condition[
None of the standing committees
had any report to submit to the
meeting except the chairman of the
advertising committee. Mr. Tam
made a verbal report.
A committee composed oi^ the
Goods Roads (Committee, the offi-
cers of the Commercial Club, the
executive, committee as a whole and
a special committee from the Young
Men's Committee was appointed to
g0 before the Commissioners' Court
to bi held July 2. to-assist or su<;-
geit as requested by the,. cO'tnty
4 judge and commissiotrers. •
Mrs. j; Gillespie, Miss Eula May Mr. George W; Bancroft made a
very comprehensive and interesting
report' concerning the progress
made, and Hhe further work neces-
sary on the Calcasieu marsh road.
* , NOTICE.
Our store will be elbsed
4y, July tr
Gjlllespie and Master James Gilles-
pie a^ived last night from Houston,
making th* trip in their automobile,
to visit Mrs. J. S. Anderson and
Mrs. S. ft Murrelle. > *
at 4:30 m
Razors at 35 Cents.
cents each,' while they, lasj,
Wednesday morning we will pl^ce on sale Óní Hundred Dur-
ham Duplex Safety Razors at 35
razors sell for $5, but to introduce them to the people of
Orange we are going to sill one hundred razors at 35 cents
each. | These ate considered the best safety razors on the market.
See our window display Wednesday. Joe Lucas, Palace Jeweler.
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SEE 25c WINDOW DISPLAY OF
These line of goods now on 8ale.|See window display.
ENAMELED and TINWARE, all meful house-
hold goods your choice 10c.
IS THE PLACE TO BUY
We Cannot be Undersold
A special committee was appointed
t0 take up the additional work nec-
essary to finish the road. . . < 'v;
The matter of utilizing the t>*-
tve deep water for the .greatest
f y. Orange came up f^r <on-
interest wis manifested
rect solution of this pr
tion ta mark the advent of. deep
water into Orange, received passing
notice, but action along this line
was deferred until a later not-
ing. •' ■>* "■■■":*'-tí;.'' ." I
The secretary was requested to in-
vite the deep water committee to
attend the executive
meeting next Monday t--„
The federal building propositi
was discussed and the' •ecritary
| quested.to ascertain ju t
tions rtitist be complied t «- -
selection of a lot for the erection oP
the building. < ^ .,
Ño further business, the meeting
Wear Ever Aluminum Uteniih are Bright and At-
The R«v. Dr.
m,; i It'is easl
Wear Ever does not chip or scale
■ear Ever does not rual ^
Ever will not burn out
LL AND Stt OS
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Walthall, S. H. The Daily Leader. (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 97, Ed. 1 Tuesday, July 2, 1912, newspaper, July 2, 1912; Orange, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth182828/m1/1/: accessed November 23, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lamar State College – Orange.