The Daily Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 144, Ed. 1 Saturday, September 19, 1908 Page: 4 of 8
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Go to Joe’s restaurant, 507 Front
street, for fine Berwick Bay Oysters.
P. H. Bishop, section foreman for
the Orange and Northwestern railroad,
with Newton headquarters, was in the
Ladies, see the new styles in silks
dress goods at Hodges. 16-4t
Arthur McDonald, head salesman
for the Crager Special Store, re-
turned last night from a three weeks'
vacation spent at Placios, Bay
and other points in Texas.
Wait for the fall millinery opening
at Miss Bessie Moss’ store on Fifth
Jno. Tracy ( who was formerly book-
keeper for the Sabine Supply com-
pany, accompanied by his wife, will
again make Orange his home, be hav-
ing come over this week to accept
a lucrative position with a local busi-
If you came in contact with the hose
at the Are last night, better send those
clothes to Prejean Brother and have
them cleaned and pressed. Ring up
and the boy will call for them Mon-
day morning. libit
The round trip rate of $9.25 to New
Orleans authorized by the Sunset
Route, account of Home Manufactur-
ers Exhibition, is very reasonable and
affords excellent opportunity to visit
the Crescent City.
Dennis Kitchens left this morning
for Lafayette, where he goes in re-
sponse to a message from the Texas
and New Orleans railroad to shop up
in the capacity of locomotive fireman.
Last nlght’a Are, which destroyed
a brick bnilding in a rain storm, proves
conclusively, that the “Are danger”
Is ever present with us and ia no re-
spector of kind or conditions, hence
the only safe way is to keep all your
* property fully covered by good insur
ance. We have that kind and at the
right rates. Call on us before the
lire engine has to call on you.
MALONE A LOVE.
Everything new in pretty allk and
crepe klmfonaa, long and short, at
Upbuilding the Unit of Society.
Trade, law, learning, science and
religion are only the scaffolding
wherewith to vdld a man —Wendell
September 9th, 15th and 21st,
the Snnset Route will have on sale
round trip tickets to New Orleans;
rate 99.25; limit for return flve days
ftr m date of sale.
Women Poor Law Guarl^r*.
In England and Wales near!:' a the-:
wand women are serving on i.he boa.'.U
of poor law gna •*ian*-i-o!g*"l<at^'>e
similar to the o/e.soeis of the piwi
of this country.
See Hodges’ window display of wet
weather boots and shoes. A new
pair or your money back for every
one that rtpa. 19-21
Deaths Among New York Fireman
There are more firemen killed ami
Injured la the performance of their
duties in New York city than in any
other city In the world.
Don’t let the glrle get wet when
rubber hoots only cost $1.75 at the
Guarantee Shoe Store. 19-2t
Herrings Have Leng Life,
ft has been ascertained that while
some of the herrlags caught In Oer-
waters are only three yean eld.
are up to 14 years old.
the time when the hoy* peopI* Rul«r
to have neat shoes
We heap all shoes
until they wear
CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE DEMO-
CRATIC CAMPAIGN FUND ARE
NOW IN ORDER.
“Aren’t yon going to Include Hr.
Peddent In your traveling party r
“No," answered the indolent person.
“He la one of those people whose Idea
of a good time is to try to lsam the
guide book by heart.* ___
WHERE’S THE DOLLAR
That You Are Going to Contribute to
the National Democratic Campaign
Fund—Send ft in to The Leader and
Receive Proper Acknowledgement.
To the Editor:
There are no secrets in this cam-
paign. Strictly practicing what he
preaches, Mr. Bryan would not win
victory with tainted money paying the
Not a dollar la to be accepted which
requires any promise, either express
or implied, other than for HONEST,
Mr. Bryan will enter the White
House absolutely free from entang-
ling alliances, free to serve all classes
of honest citizens alike, or he will not
enter at all.
Hence the course is plain. The
campaign of Bryan and Kern must
be conducted by the people.
The people must pay the necessary
campaign expenses if they want pub-
lic servants who will serve their in-
Special interests and favored
classes, having secured "SWOLLEN
FORTUNES” by purchasing favors in
the past with MILLIONS CONTRIB-
UTED TO CONTROL ELECTIONS,
stand ready to give MILLIONS FOR
CONTINUED FAVORS. But that
class never gives a dollar unless it
buys a pledge.
Mr. Bryan says, from March 4,
1909, "LET THE PEOPLE RULE.”
This can come only if the people
pay their own bills, and control their
"BEWARE OF THE TRUSTS
That policy of the favored few buy-
ing a mortgage on the government
meant that the candidate for Presi-
dent khdhr a few people only In an
Bryan says, “We will take the cause
of PEOPLE S RULE home to the peo-
ple dnd will know people in every
Ton can serve the grand cause of
Tour paper reaches the A reside of
the patriot who loves his country for
his country’s GOOD; as distinguished
from the greedy possessor of swollen
fortunes who loves his country only
for his country’s GOODS.
Please carry this letter ia BOLD
TYPE at the mast head of your paper.
Asking every one who favors gov-
ernment by the people to pay you,
at once, as many dollars as be can
spare to aid the campaign for BRYAN,
KERN AND PEOPLE’S RULE. You
forward these gifts of honest hearta
and home every two weeka to the
treasurer of the Democratic National
Committee, with the name of each
contributor and amounts given. The
treasurer will forward you a certlfl-
cate like the copy enclosed for each
one, asking you to deliver these cer-
Once more, you should be a part of
the Great Organization bearing the
Lamp of Light to every nook and cor-
ner of Free America.
Our country is for the people; Ita
government must be by the people.
NORMAN E. MACK,
Chairman Democratic National Com-
If. C. WETMORE.
Chairman Finance Committee,
C. N. HASKELL,
Chicago, August 16, 1909.
In compliance with the shove, The
Leader today opens Ita columns for
contributions to the National Demo-
cratic Campaign Fund. Phone the edi-
tor, give him yonr contribution on
the street or mall it In. We will ac-
knowledge It through The Leader
every day and later you win be band-
ed a beautifully lithographed cortlfi-
cite showing that you have aided In
the cause having for Its slogan, “Shall
A Word from Josh Wise.
"It’s ’cause he doesn’t talk Dack that
th’ oyster’s given so much sauce."
Vlald of Jamaica Ginger.
An average yield of ginger In Ja-
maica is about 2,000 pounds an aero.
What It Was.
“It Is possible,” said the speaker,
“that some of you have heard the
story 1 am about to tell you, bu*~
“PosalbleT" Interrupted a litue man
away down at one of tbe tables lu the
farthest corner; “It’s a cinch.”
The ideal is nothing more nor less
than the culminating point of logic,
even as the beautiful la nothing more
nor less than the summit of the true.
The artist people Is thus the consist-
ent people. To love beauty la to see
light This la why the torch of Eu-
rope, that ia to say, civilization, was
first borne by Greece, who pasted It to
Italy,; who passed It to France. Divine
pioneer peoples!—Victor Hugo.
Her Troubles with French.
Marlon Is-six years old, and her
parents are so anxious she should
speak French correctly and fluently
that they employ a governeaj of that
race to be with their daughter all the
time. Marlon ia a little pitcher with
big ears, and she picks up slang and
worse forms of her native tongue
with more readiness than she does the
polite language of France. 8he does
not get on very well with her in-
structors, and a change of tutor* la a
frequent occurrence In the household.
Not long ago a new governess was In-
stalled and a visitor asked the child
how she liked her new Instructor.
“I don’t like her at all," replied
Marlon. "She’s altogether too partio-
ular about that damned-subjunctive.*
We start the list today with tbe fol-
lowing contributions: '
The Daily Leader ........... 91.00
v. H. Mark....... ...... LOO
C. A. Unseen 1.00
Max H. Miller .......... LOO
A J. PMtMmore ............... LOO
SpH. Shingle ............. LOO
W. B. Simmons, Jr............ L00
J. E. Smith. ................... LOO
W.H. STARK MERCANTILE CO.
No. 1 arrives at Orange.... 10:00 a. m.
No. 9 leaves Orange at....12:49 p. m.
Train No. 2 connects at Maurice
with Frisco trains for all point* east
Texas A New Groans Hallread.
No. I....................a a.
No. 10................... 9:41 a m.
No. 9...... 10:46 p.
No. 7....................0:*9 »-
For infortnatian re-
garding rates, tailings
and reservations, call
on ticket agent or
J. fi. DENISON, General Agent,
2322 Strand, Galveston.
Ask for 48 page Mallory Line Folder
in America are the Globe peo-
ple in Cincinnati, whose lead-
ership b acknowledged every-
where. The clothes they make
fit to perfection and hold their
superb ahapoiincao to the last.
Tbe Qlohe Tailoring Co*
make yoor Fall suit to order. Gama
ia and aes the hundreds of band*
some new fabrics we an showing,
sad get posted on oer
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, Notions, Clothing,
Shoes and Furnishings. Strictly Dependable
Merchandise at the Right Price
If not already a customer, come in and let us prove to your satisfaction the
excellence of our stock, and our liberal fair methods of
doing business.at all times.
E. S. HARRIS, Mgr.
We are Going Out of Business and
Will Sell Our Entire Stock
Now is the Time to Buy Lumber Cheap
HOO-HOO LUMBER CO
Guaranteed the Best
We absolutely guarantee that our line of “Golden Gate
Coffee” is the finest on earth, alto our line of Golden
Gate Tea, Spices and Extracts. Your money back if
they are not better than any you have used
P. B. Curry Grocery Co.
How comforting, when you
h«ar th* dread alarm, to
know that your property it
amply covered by
We repmeot the beat comp-
aniea on the glob* and make
a (penalty of Fire Insurance.
II you are not carrying a
policy, or want to increase
yoor uMurance, call on or
MALONE & LOVE
JOHN E. HOGG
Contractor and Builder
(Jttim Karaia Shoe
”i can no Too* io« our-
datractir ir4 MMer
NEK PHONE 449
ESTIMATES flIRNISMEO fKE
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and get all the news all the
Shop 606 From St. New Phene 178
TkOrufe Plumbing C*.
Appreciates Yoif RmImss
No Jo* Tm Urge *r Trr
SmpH to Receive Oar
Rock-bottom price* on Material.
Moderate charge* lor all work
H. G. FRENCH, la. - - Manager
C. A. Russell
Heavy Floats and Good'Tc
IK S«P YAM Of
M. J. CAPRAL
Is now in operation. Vessels
can be hauled out and repaired
at reasonable prices. Modern
boats and speed launches a
specialty. Ship yards below Or-
ange Lumber Company Mill.
P. B. Curry & Son
The Oldest Insurance Agency in Orange
None hat the Meet Reliable Companies
WE CAN DO
AU your linen BETTER and
CAEAPER than you can do it at
home, for we have the machinery
that is made to do the work.
BOTH PHONES 123
6E0. CALL, Broker
I bars this Say decided to do a
Brokerage baainaas at Urn old staad.
Ud Fourth street, City.
MONEY, STOCKS AND BONOS will
bn bought and sold oa oomalsadoa.
Call and aea am. writ# or Nov
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Ford, A. L. The Daily Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 144, Ed. 1 Saturday, September 19, 1908, newspaper, September 19, 1908; Orange, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth642323/m1/4/: accessed April 25, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lamar State College – Orange.