Orange Daily Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 137, Ed. 1 Friday, July 26, 1918 Page: 2 of 8
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1 .Welters t« too
h* welcomed Ht. Watap
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DO ITO* URBH TO A
' la answer to an
*M«w »tten up by
reference to * card Whteh
circulation in the interoat of
paign, ! say
that tie facts stated in
MbfcMMy pate aad tin-
turn done all he possibly gi
“it mum die-
at this hoar whea abev# all
usd loyalty aad the wtdivided
of every citiien were needed.
A» during lt» W**Wa addmea he
rat heckled by ft group aI rb«gna**
His eaaah it ia believed will da
'«> result osb mined
mm. I wae raised
for you his poll tax receipt, end
find that It came from Precinct
tlalvaston county, which is Tea*
and Wae issued on the 27th day
ueftber, 1917. Ton will noties
nothing about any lunacy eases, er
! either juvenile eases, and as to the
cases he has manteinsd in hie article a
number of them are absolutely incor-
rect, and wae gotten up for no oilier
o»Jy *toto*4 He toeplej »»d
to ebow yaw that it wan s* halite bn-
Ceale ever got up any such list for Mr.
McCarver, but if he did, Mr. Coale ie
mistaken aad ie uatrtte t* his people
who nominated him to the office of
c^nty clerk. I ^ 4]
With refereace to the justice court
caeca and ah the othor qnnes, this b$ag
now aay is a political slacker for the
untrue dope that ho'lries to circulate
in toe midst of my pAfile on the last!
term of office.’ * '
Thera -was a moating o| the t^affie j
the last day I am unable to get a dock-
et other than what 1 te»» in. the oard
bow, which hi abeelutaiy correct, Jad
present to you people, and after the
election I will present, them again, agd
anyone who does not Relieve my state-
ment as gotten from Court Dockets,
come to the Court House and I will
take the dockets myself and show you
thft they are true.
$fith reference to the Justice Court
doakete ask Judge Turpin if my card is
net truci and Henry Harvey, the two
men whe ie most familiar besides my-
self, to thede court docket*.
My oppenent is an able bodied man,
committee in the Chamber of 'Cora-'
rnarce rooms th»a nftetnpoa for tit pnr-;
pose of discussing -the rate situatlonL :
Shorthand In ChineaaL
The inventor of the system of short-
hand established .In 9hlna, mflft bg
nothing less than a genius. Tie lan-
guage has no written vowele and con-
sonants, and one syllable, spoken to
as many as nine different tones, has
as many meanings. Tn spite of these (
difficulties, the new system penults n
speed of 140 words n minute. School*
for teaching shorthand are'beltig es-
tablished in various parts of the coun-
Saturday and Monday
TWO I AST HAYS
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thn; circulation of a petition for
dtident to the position of chief
>f« Onngo Y' haw at no time
tiat J. T. Carter had resigned* |
IVO t taken advantage of kip «b-
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ir. carter is an estimable wan end
fe the fjr*t to know that I, would
itoithis place. The legal require-
*" that the chief, of police
property tax ppyOy
coort that this |
tvorth of new _
&t arrived bfetp
a* Kir Hi.
There is nothing
.per in my ap-
aa4 I would be
the jeast, unfair-
A. tt UNBOOMH
Mrs. ji X. Cut
i the guest of her
of Psaoaeols, Fla.,
sisters, Mr* A. H.
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Need to Wear and All
Prices Stashed On All Men's Goods-Buy Now and Save Money
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For jwers Crager’s Store has endeavored to carry
acme but the best brands of men’s and boys’ hosiery.
Poor quality in this line is exasperating to the buyer
and unprofitable to the merchant.
75c Men’s Half Hose, black ami colors
25c Half Hose for Men in Blank, Tan and Qolors. .19c
50e Men’s lisle half hose, black, white aad colors.35c
Values, Crager’s Union Special, Leather Palm,
le, Men’s Work Glove; Clearance at.45c
Men’s Nainsook, closed crotch Union Suits.98e
Separate Shirts and Drawers....... .......4 ‘e
Ho yo-i know that ti ese go ids are withdrawn from
J§ market. Wholesale merchants are rebuying this
merchandise at retail prices. We have already bought
18 underwear at prices higher than our retail in
reductions In the best grades
We «pe offering great a HRH
of Men’s .Shoes, raid the very best known makes, such
as Standard brands, Eaton; MeElwain and Shurwear.
IthesHe all s'"'
all solid leather, fully guaranteed,
to $9.00 Mad’s Shoes
SKIRT SPECIALS, $2.95 . ‘ '
Wool Velour, Poplins aad Serges in Plaids. check,
and stripes............. . ........ ......V
$6.50 to $10.00 Skirts for $2.95
MEN’S SUMMER CLOTHING
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$3.50 Men’s Seersucker Trousers $2.95
$3.50 Men’s Panama Trousers, price $2.95
$4.50 Men’s Panama Trousers, price $3.35
910.00 Men’s Seersucker, Palm Beach, Palmetto .. .\
—and Panama Cloth Suite _ $6,95
912.5Q Men’s Summer Suite of all Kinds, price $9.95
$15.00 Men’s Summer Suite of all Kinds, price $11.95
We are offering reductions in this remarkable Clear- §
ance sale on standard shirts of the best known makes
in the United States.
Regular $1.25 Men’s Shirts ..... 98c
Regular $1.50 Men’s Shirts .... $1.23
Regular $2.00 Men’s Shirts.................$1.69
Regular $2.50 Men’s Shirts ... ,,. ...... ...... $1,98
Regular $3.00 Men’s Shirts ...... ... .......$2.45
Regular $3.50 Men’s Shirts ..... ..... $2.80
EMERY SPORT SHIRTS FOR MEN
Regular $1.50 to $3.00- Values, 141*2 to
isi-2 ..:............... .A ..
Men’s Sioes ..
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“DEPENDON” LIGHT BLUE WORK SHIRTS
'm** Sloes........i .... ..... $4.55
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«n Tennis Oxfords) .....» ....
Tennis Oxfords *i.., ... .. ...
or Oxford ... ........ $4.15
w» have siQiplied you with
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.'ft ... ...'
MEN’S UNION MADE OVERALLS
. .We cajrjr only Union-made overalls, fuH cut and
iwU. mmrn mmmtmi m *iw «** ...
. ■ .Wail
work pants, light and
site, fully guaranteed.
SHOES AND OXFORDS FOR MISSES;
$3-00 Shoes or Oxfords for Misses......... .V $2.65
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$4.50 Shoes or Oxfords for Women ...........$4r95.
. .6.00 Shoes or Oxfords for Women ...... ..
ODD LOT BARGAINS FOR THE BABIES
AGES 1 TO 5
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..$1.00 to $1.25 Values in Baby Shoes and
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mad below procinct
to call the
Dcuiuctata in precinct conventions at
your reqwctlve polling place* on 8h<-
ardny, Jnly 2f, Wto* at t P. M., ahd
elect to-the county! conVdittion, which
will b«: held SatuAlay, August 3, at
10 A. M. at the Qpange County Court
House. Delegate?* from your reepeetive
precinct| ea fellows: One delegate to
each twwtty-livc votes of major frac-
tion thereof polled at the last general
election for governor, of this party.
depth* * 8j?rhhg, Pwcinct go. 1,
Court Bouse. t.
H. A. Burr, Freeinet No. 2, CXty Hall.
W. T. Dunn, Freeinet K* 3, Lemon-
«ua. :f ' '*:■
Asa Nogtwsi,, Brpeinet No, 4, MeLew
is School House. ' * ■' ‘ '
Clay Myers, Precinct No. 5, West Or-
ang School House.
T. B. granger, Freeinet No: 6, Prai
ri* View. - }.« •■* ■ ■ ■
Dan Patillo, Precinct No. 7, Dancam-
Wooda - ; i • ’ ct.?
Sidney Singleton, Precinct No. 8,
Doty. ,-•] v i *: I
Edgar Poet. Precinct No. :i, Tc\»l*.
L. D. Bollard, Precinet NteS 10, Vidor,
j. A. fhitch, Precinct No. It, ’'Xtotes
O. T. Adams, Precinct No. 12, Coop-
ers' Store. - , ' t ,
The delegatee from Precinet conven-
tion will aeeemble in county convention
on Saturday, August 3rd at JOTOO AJH. .
and elect delegate, to'tfie slate Demo- j o __
esatic invention which will'’be h’eldi ®
New aHd Stylish Straw fiats
Very Modish Summer Suits
Wonderful Silk Shirts
‘ fancy Bathing Suits
4: l Army Shoes, Very Fine
NOTHING UNFASHIONABLE AT
Rifth and MalnStree
One 5-Passenget Font
R. E. Lee, Phone 229
HOGG & BOWLES
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August 13, 1918.
County chairman Democmtie Execu-
tive Committee. S2-54 88-80
o Plant and EttimaUt on o
O AU Kindt of Buildingt jj
V--* $toA- i Hit
When a Kooddookln* girl smites at
A man he ahr«y» ffergeta tbnt he *•
carrying his wifeln picture In Id*
Try a Laadef Want Ad.
I o P. O. Box 908.
Orange, Texas, g
Bav* you bought your fad for nest
! NOTICE i
Beginning Auguet 1, in thf ,
interest of good service we
shall have to make minimum
limit of SSc on packagea
which wa tail for and deliver.
Our patrons will ess the »*-
eeseity for and juetica ef
FBi WORK ta K
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■>/;] with V Jt-'..
‘Fhe Little Runaway]
Episode No. 10, Eagle'e Eye.
The Invasion of Otngdt. Vltngraph.
THE LESTER AUTO CO.
On the Upper Beaumont Road
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r.f> , —in— '
BIO V COMEDY
Now to the Time To
, / Take Out,
ALL WOBff guaranteed:
AGENTS FOR THE SALE OF THE §
5 o » la tt# auttket for a qew car call on ng. |e# lira right hare
We.gjway* |»*e on hand few *eeo®d hand ears whi^t we taka
1? ttsdea, thoroughly overhauled in our shop and put in the l»e»t con-
4Iwd- Yon can rely on our work and our statement# concerning the
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Orange Daily Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 137, Ed. 1 Friday, July 26, 1918, newspaper, July 26, 1918; Orange, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth563698/m1/2/: accessed April 24, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lamar State College – Orange.