The Daily Leader. (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 116, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 25, 1912 Page: 1 of 4

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EBEHTLÍ IMPROVED
Of POLITICS
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IS GROWING FAST
htate Senator Collins, Candidate for
Congress Speaks to Work-
Mi'
State Senator V. A. Collins spoke
last night on the corner of F.ront
and Fifth streets to a large crowd,
the lumber men and working men
being in the majority. Senator Col-
Jins is the opponent of Hon. Martin
There has been a great deal ot
speculation as to whether or not thtf
much talked of wrestling match be-,
tween "Speedy" Fountain of Hous-
ton and G. R. Williams of Port Ar-
thur would be staged jn this city,
Arrangements have been completed
for the contest and it will be staged
in the old Woodman Hall Saturday
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night.
. Both Williams and Fountain are
confident of victory but seem to
,í r ?C\u°l- ^P"gresstnanjthinic"it"*wiíi be 'necessary for gery
from the fourteenth district. , | partic|c of strength and every
n0, knowledge of wrestling ^ience to
toe brought into play to decide the
Although he declared he was
:Socialist, Senator Collins', speech
iled greatly to that, class of
jen and it was plain that he had
interests of these men at heart,
his speech, which lasted about
•u hour and a half, he touched • on
many reforms which would benefit
working class and at the same
time made it known 4hat these were
the ends he was working for.
Senator Collins
contest. Both 4re hard propositions
Tickets for the exhibition are on
sale at Góree's drug store and it is
expected that the advance sales will
be good. The selection of a referee
has been set aside until Saturday
night at which time some one from
the audience will be chosen. .. ri.'
All ladies wfll be admitted free.
favors the deep _
water channel and when , seen by a Flavor your ice-cream and pud-
Leader reporter had this to say: dings with Burnett's Sauer's Extracts
Every worthy project that will and you will be delighted. Jackson
Grocery Co.
24-3t.
tend tó facilitate commercial trans-
portation should be taken advantage
of, especially where government
help is available." .
After his speech,'Senator Collins
held a reception, shaking hands with
those who gathered about him. He
left for Port Arthur this morning WE BUY EMPTlt SACKS. OR-
where he will address an au<jgnce ANGE GRAIN COMPANY. 20-tf
in .«hat city
I MEETING UST NIGHT Of THE M MERCHANTS LOOKING TO THE
TOME 11 BRINGING TO ORANGE BUSINESS RIGttíLÍ BELONGING HERE
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Through the efforts of Secretary plan, seeing its far reaching effect draw to Orange and to his individ-,
Anderson of the Commercial Club >n increasing trade activites, bring- ual store money whjch is being' di-
of our local merchants to Orange men, women and
money now going to other places,
and which could and would come
Word was received hiere today by
friend's that the condition of Dr. J.
L. - Massey, a former Methodist
minister in Orange, was much bet-
ter. Dr. Massey left his church here
la-t November for a church in Cen-
ter, Texas, but his health has been Sab'ne River Lodge No, 633,
such that he has been unable* to' Royal °rder Mt,os,e. me* n their
keep up his work, it was feared at ¡ lodge rooms ,Mt ni*ht « which
one timi that he would not survive,! twenty-five new applications
The, letter received by a frieftd says {or m
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Lodge Was Begun With' Thirty-
Two Members in February.
Now Has Total of 211
for membership were filed.
a number
met in the dob rodms lastt night for
the purpose of discussing ways and
to Orange if the conditions are ever
ten-
ÍN-
means foi< reaching out, bringing put in proper shape and their attert
to Qrange, and increasing in every
way possible local trade conditions.
A Retail Merchants Bureau was
formed with Mr. Ande:
¿Secretary. There
■cussion as to the best methods to
pursue and the plan adopted was
the same 3s is in vogtie in many of
the smaller towns and all of the
larger towns of the United States.
Each-of the merchantsp resent "was
to OUfc
tion is ever directed
VITATION
Such movements are the. making
acting- of any city if theright.an'd concert-
much dis- ed efforts of all local dealers arc
combined in the laudable undertak-
ing. It not only means that Or-
ange win be giveó a standing- among
the commercial centers of this-sec-
tion of Texas and Louisiana but the
good effects are far more exten
Remember, Carnes' Confectionery
is tbrrooleBt place in town. Always
a breeze. Cold, refreshing drinks
Courteous treatment.
very enthusiastic in his praise of the sive. in that every local dealer will
verted to the traders of other near-
by ^cities.
Merchants and. business men who
havc riot so far become affiliated
with the movement are cordially in-
vited to join in, lend their efforts,
brains and suggestions towards in-
creasing their 'individual incomes,
participating in a very Worthy pub-
lic cause, advertising Orange, as
secondary matter and advertising
their respective businesses first.
The great good to be derived can-
not at first be appreciated by the
participants.
There will positively be ño credit
department to the organization.
His condition is greatly improved,' ^',is organization has proven to
and the doctors and nurses are en-1 bc P°Pular with a" "joiners" here,
tertaining hope* for his recovery, tFrom an insignificant membership
which wilt be a little sho'H of al of thirty two, the lodge has grojvn
miracle" I to a membership of two hundred
undoubtedly he ',and eleven since February. The ap-
plications received last night, should
Thi* news will I . . I,, B
well received by bis. friends her,c, as
Dr. Massey was one of the most
popular gentlemen iq- this city.
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'Orange, Texas,
Walthall, Esq.,
July 24, 1912
Editor Leader,
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Dear Sir:
Am proud to tell you that the
advertising in your paper- has
-brought pronounced results for.us,
and we wish to extend our apprecia-
tion. Might add, that.we have sent
out three bills, via FARM WAGON
lOUTE some distance in the country,
the purchasers stating1that they
had HEARD about us, also stating -
that they lived on R. PI D. Route,
number so and so., heifce we are led
to believe that they had been read
injtthe LEADER, as we had not had
; the opportunity, personally, to
place any of our printed matter in
their hands.
Wishing you^much successr we
Very truly,. ^
GULP PÜRNITURE CO.
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DH ITS UST LEGS
Jackson, Miss., July 23.—From the
present outlook the Cotton States
League seems to have hit the bot-
tom. A .three-game series schedul-
ed here with Columbtts has been
transferred tó Greenville. In the
last series with the Yazoo City
team, the gate. receipts amounted
to $150 and the directors were'com-
pelled to make up the difference to
pay the salaries óf the players.
And what is hard, Jackson has
done perhaps more than any other
tcwn in the circuit, and now that
Jackson has been compelled to
transfer its games, it looks as if the
bottom had fallen out.
WEATHER.
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Washington, July 25. — Tonight
and Friday, generally fair; light,
southerly winds. '.

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CONTRACT HIS NOT
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Congressman
and WÜ1
TONIGHT
Re-Election
Voters at

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J. M.
employ
Lewis who has been in the
of the United States Ex-
press company for the past three
years in the capacity of messenger,
and whose run has: been on the
O. & N. W. between Qi
and Newton" was yesterdafy
checked in as temporary manager
for the company here where he will
remain until J. H. Young returns
from his annual vacation. Mr.
Young has joined his family in Ok-
lahoma. who will return to this city
with him in about thirty days.
E. W. Tate, Route Agent of Alex-
andria, La., checked jn Mr. Lewis
yesterday. O. L. Stone of Eunice.
La., has Mr. Lewis' run as messen-
ger for the time being, j
Jrangc
8 O'Clock This Evening > V
Hon. Martin Dies, candidate for
reelection to his seat in Congress,
will address the. voters pi <his city
and vicinity tonight on the corner
of Front and . Fifth streets.
Mr. EÍies does not need an intro-
duction to the people " of^ Orange.
f^He has been representing* this dis-
trict at the National Capital for
the past four years and has at all
times been wide awake to the jinter-
est and needs of his electors. He
has at the present time a great
of . supreme impor
The contrac; ¡for the dredging óf
the channel , from the mouth of the
Neches river to Orange has not
been awarded by the Government ¿B¿e t0 Orange well under way and
Engineers Investigation develops hag them go ghaped that it appears
the f?ct that Haden the new firm to|. ¡s on, g queiltion oi time beforc
Mr. James Haden of Galveston. His theg<; if|teregU wlu materiaiiZe., Mr.
bid was 6.99 cents per cubic yard th<^ Dieg hag a national reputation and
next lowest bidder bemg the Bow-
ers-Southern Dredging Company,
Taylor

Ráító mli'-~
tor her
the firm having the contract for the
dredging from Port Arthur to Beau-
monf, known as sections "A" and
"C".
The Navigation Board of Orange
County composed of Dr. Brown,
Geo. Bancroft and W. H. Stark has
been ^very active in this matter, look-
ing after the best interests of Or-
ange and working directly with the
government representatives, the
final outcome of the business cannot
at this timé be foretold, but it may
be ¿aid with impunity, that these
men, and Mr. Levingston are on
the job all the, time, that no mis-
takes will get by them and that ev-
erything done will be for the best.
It Is to be hoped that any compli-
cations now in the way may be
it is said that his opinion uj}£>n mat-
ters of national importance if often
solicited on. account of his thorough
knowledge of government affairs
and broad views upon public ques-
tions. -M
The hour for the speaking to be-
gin is set for 8 o'clock and unless
some unforseen thing happens, one
of the largest crowds yet assembled
oh "candidates corner" will be on
hand to hear Mr. Dies explain hi<
views and tell of what he has ac-
complished during his two terms as
representative of this district in t'ft
United States Congress#.

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SUNSET SPECIALS.
Cloudcroft, N. M.
$21.15 round 'trip; tickets
On 4ate
speedily cleared and that work willI for traing 7 and No. 9 July 27th.
commence in the shortest time po - Return 1{mjt Aug. 24th, 1912.'
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In picture making when you have an Eastman and Eastman
films you always get (rood result? and your pictures wfll hot
fade if you have print-out papers and chemical put up by the
Eastman factories. We are the factory representative íor Or-
ange and vicinity and we are receiving fret supplies each week,
t experiment with inferior goods but get the Eastman;
e the pioneera and th^ir, goods the best made. v s v, >
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Notice,
I have in the pound pen the fol-
lowing stock: One black mare,
spot in forehead, scar on left' fore-
leg and no brand. Also one sorrell
pony horse, white face and white
.forefeet. One black barrow, about
six months, old, mark crop and
split in left ear.. Also one btkek sow
about same age, no mark. Said
stock will be sold at ten
all be accepted, will swell the num-
ber to two hundred and twenty-six.
The local order has/ leased the en-
tire upper floor of the building be-
ing used and the owner will add
improvements costing $2,000, at
once. ' - " K ill
Mr. Will Price of Jennings, La.,
has taken charge of the Singer Sew-
ing Machine company's business in .
this county. Mr. Price will move
his family within the next "few days.
t', ,i,a'a| He also expects to open up an office
wA • ,.v 1 1. ->o . 1c 00 j i where the public .can purchase, need-
M.m.lay, July 29, if not redeemed |rg> J>ang of| Mf price hai
and ail charges paid.
B. A. STEPHENS,
City Marsha):
WE BUY EMPTY SACKS. OR-
ANGE GRAIN COMPANY. 20-tf.
Notice.
Notice is hereby given that
demoratic convention will, be held at
the Fire Station, at 8 o'clock p. «.
July 27th, in Orange, Texas, in and
for Precinct No. 2 for the purpose
of selecting delegates to the_ county
convention and for such other busi-
ness as may properly come before
said convention. A. R. SHOLARS,
23-.lt. Precinct Chairman.
SubTcribe to the DAILY LEADER—
had twelve'years experience in the
sewing machine business, and is- a
perfect gentleman as welt as a
thorough sewing machine man.
25-11.
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WE BUY EMPTY SACKS. OR-
ANGE GRAIN COMPANY. 20-tf.
All bills or claims against the late
F. Pávell Sheil Bank, or any one jn- '
debttu ^JllvivUle with J. W.
Pavell and C. R. Harmes. • 26-1 mo.
W. M. Chandler a prominent
Beaumontite numbers among the ar-
rivals today. ,
WE BUY EMPTY SACKS. OR-
ANGE GRAIN COMPANY. 20-tf.
Organisation Perfected to Boost
Present Governor's Re-Elec-
tion. Big Membership.
The Colquitt forces of Orange
and Orange County have perfected
an organization with an enrollment
of abbut 330 members, and their
object is to promote the re-nomina-
tion of Governor. O. B. Colquitt.
• At the last meeting officers w?re
elected, ail of whom are ^prominent
men in Orange. They are as fol-
lows: President, W. H, Starjc; Vice
President, C. H. Saxon, Jr.; Seer*,
tary, J. B. Bisland; and Chaftman
of the County Campaign Commit-
tee, S. W. Sholars.
eparations for- an 'elaborate
ly have been compteted, and the
rally will take place this Friday
night, the night before the primar-
ies. Judge John Mathis, prominent
in the public eye will make an ad-
dress which will be followed hy
many other notable speakers. In
all probabilities the Boosters Band,
under the direction of Prof. Cohn
will give a concert before -the for-
malities, thus lending a social air to
the gathering. . ; V
orters of the. chief executive
for re-election will be given a
chance tó show their choice on Fri-
day night, and' undoubtedly it will
prove as great a political gathering
that has ever been in Orange:
ANNOUNCEMENT.
We are authorized to announce
Geo. W. Cuftis of Orange, Texas,
as a candidate for Chairman of the
Republican Executive Committee of
Orange County, Texas. * 20~6t.
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Walthall, S. H. The Daily Leader. (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 116, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 25, 1912, newspaper, July 25, 1912; Orange, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth182847/m1/1/ocr/: accessed November 20, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lamar State College – Orange.