The Daily Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 149, Ed. 1 Saturday, September 26, 1908 Page: 4 of 8

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LEADER PRINTING CO.
Proprietors
Ford ____Manager and Editor
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Published every day except Friday
and Sunday
Entered *as second class matter Feb
ruary 24, 1908, at the postofflce at
Orange, Texas, under the Act of
Congress of March 3, 1870.
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SUBSCRIPTION PRICE
Per month .................50 cents
Per Year ...........-.........S6-00
ROOSEVELT IN THE CAMPAIGN.
Casting to the winds the dignity of
the high office he holds. President
Roosevelt has broken into the cam-
paign in true frontier style—a style
that suggests the man who Is supplied
with a large pair of spurs and a bottle
of bad whiskey. He has done this
because he realizes that the Republi-
can campaign has for weeks been in
a demoralized condition, that the party
leaders have been stunned by the For-
aker revelations, and above all else
that Taft has proved his inability to
fight his own battle', and must have
help or be overwhelmed In the elec-
tion.
It is now known that it was Presi-
dent Roosevelt who insisted upon Taft
taking the stump and there “pitch
Into Bryan,” a task which he is un-
able to undertake successfully. The
Republican leaders knew that Taft
would not be able to cope with. Bryan
in a debate before the people and they
advised against his making a tour of
the country and thus afford the pub-
lic an opportunity to compare his in-
tellectual qualities with those of his
Democratic opponent.. The Republi-
can managers also know that Taft’s
greatest weakness in the West and
the whole country for that matter, lies
in the fact that thousands of Repub
Ucan voter* regard him as the crea
ture of Roosevelt, a “proxy” candidate
who seems unable to take care of
himself and must be continually
vouched for by the man who forced
him on the Republican parly and is
now trying to compel the American
people to accept him as their Presi-
dent.
The president’s recent manifes-
toes from Oster Bay and the
White House have left no
doubt in the minds of the pub-
lic that he has assumed active man-
agement of the Republican campaign,
and will hold the front of the stage
until the contest ends. The party
leaders in the West, however, are
dreading the effect of the plan of bat-
tle he has directed Taft to follow.
They are advising that no attacks be
made on Bryan, and are saying that
If Taft undertakes to convince the
Western people that Bryan is a dan-
the tariff discussed; they want to
know about campaign contributions;
they are greatly Interested in the bank
deposit guaranty issue, and want to
hear Mr. Taft on these subjects. They
want especially some assurance that
the trusts are not' backing the Re-
publican campaign. It would be fool-
ish to deceive ourselves into believing
that Mr. Bryan’s speeches have not
made a deep Impression. Mr. Taft
must answer them, not content him-
self by declaring that Bryan is a me-
nace to prosperity—that will not do
at all. Bryan has revealed the ker-
nel of that'sort of campaign by saying:
“You cannot scare a man who is sleep-
ing on the floor by telling him he is
about to lose his bed."
President Roosevelt, however, at-
taches no value to the advice of the
Western leaders of his party, and has
instructed his candidate to raise ca-
lamity howls, wherever he goes and
to picture the “disaster and ruin” that
will come upon the country if Bryan
is elected.—New Orleans States.
Teddy hasn’t waited for Taft to ask
if he had a minute to spare, but has
Jumped into the campaign and taken
hold of the reins of the Republican
party with hopes of saving the G. O.
P. from defeat in the November elec-
tion.
CLASSIFIED COLUMN
Lost, Found, For Sale, For Rent, Help
Wanted, Positions Wanted and Sim
liar Notices will be run in this col-
umn at the rate of one cent per
word for first Insertion, one-^jalf
cent per word for each subsequenl
Insertion. No ad. accepted for less
than 25 cents.
WE BUY your second-hand house-
hold goods; pay good prices. Packing
goods, shipping and repairing furni-
ture. THE CURIOSITY STORE, 408
Front st New phone 515. 18-lm
W A N T E D—To buy your old Fur-
niture at prices satisfactory to you.
Lyons Bros., new and secend-hand
furniture store. O^tf
LOST—Between Elm street and the
High school building, a gold ring, set
with an opal surrounded by .eight dia-
monds. Finder please i%turn to
Leader office. 11-tf
LOST—-A letter addressed to H. C.
Webster, Indianapolis, Indiana. Finder
will pleaase return to B. Zimmerman
and receive reward. 24-3t
LOST—A gold stick pin; two wish
bones set with small diamond; on
Fourth street, between Geo. Call's res-
idence and old telephone office. Finder
please return to leader office. 25-3t
In New York, a play entitled the
Devil’’ is being played nightly to
crowded houses. The President seems
to be trying to get in line.
FOR SALE—Three 8 foot show
cases, one square case, 5x8 feet, oak
tables. Can be delivered about Nov.
5th. Call in and see me about it.—
JOE LUCAS, Palace Jeweler. 25-3t
Have you given the brick plant a
few minutes thought?
Thirty-nine days and then the tale
will be "tolled” to Taft.
Subscribe for the Daily Leader, the
best advertising medium in Southeast
Texas.
From all present indications a
‘short ugly word" will be well worked
during the next thirty-eight days.
Sidewalk Hogs.—Tramp Dogs
City Marshall B. A. Stephens has
had no little trouble the past week
in answering complaints about hogs
destroying side walks for residents
In the southern part of town and
numerous visits by the officer have
failed to discover a single member
of the swine family atwork.
Besides the hog and stock trouble.
“Uncle Ben” has been worried more
than usual on account of tramp dogs
and a few have been slain as a re-
sult the past week.
RAILROAD SCHEDULE.
No. 1 arrives at Orange... .10:00 a. m.
No. 2 leaves Orange at.... 12:48 p. m.
Train No. 2 connects at Maurice
with Frisco trains for ail points east
and west
Texas A New Groans Railroad.
East Bound.
6 .....................6:15 a. m.
10 ...................9:42 a. m.
8...... 10:45 p. m.
West Bound.
7 ....................6:38 a. m.
g................. .5:28 p. m.
No.
No.
No.
SASH AND DOOR CONTRACT
Pond Manufacturing Company Turns
Out Order for Newton Parties.
The Pond carpenter shop has been
busy for the past few days with ex-
tra help manufacturing the door and
window frames for the new school
building being erected at Newton. The
work was completed today and Is be-
ing shipped to Newton.
A local colored church will perhaps
georous man and his election will pro- j Plac« » >»<•*« contract w!th thl" fln”
long the panic, such a plan of cam-1 for manufacturing a large number of
paign will be resented and thousands
of votes will be made for the Demo-
cratic ticket.
“It will simply be folly," the Indian-
apolis News quotes a Western Repub-
lican leader as saying, “for Taft to
fine oak pews.
Dorean Hotel
Brick Fir* proof
Ocean Front at Vermont Ave.
Atlantic City, N. J.
OPEN ALL YEAR
The following telegram is self-ex-
planatory: “Buna, Texas, 9-25-09,
Millor-Townsend Grain Co.: Don’t let
Nutyiline get In south wind, as horses,
go through the West trying to create j cows and mules are leaving for Or-
a scare. The people want to hear j ange.--Citiem" 25-2t.
The Kansas
Southern Railway Co.
Q*Mkol Room, M**l*. Of.4«m from*
RtllstU *urro»*«lli»8»
AccomotUtioni tar MO |«W. tl*g..tl, IsrnirkrS.
room* a»4 kith »li>*l» or «» write
Dining room* «n4 win *»rtort owlooking «n>
EXCELI.CNT COIS1NI
NEW CRII.U A I.A AMERICA
Si HirSl. SkiiCr Sn.rS, Etc.. Mu»ic,
W»4t* for (itetatwrr
E. E. MORALL, - Proprietor
A. O. McLEAN
Real Estate and
Investments.....
City and County Property. Inquiries
Solicited
ORANGE.
ONE-WAY
COLONIST TICKETS
5/5—Round Trip Rate—5/5
From Beaumont, Texas to Kansas
City, Missouri and Return
October 3 and 4, 1903
Return Limit Oct. 19,1908
ACCOUNT
CALIFORNIA POINTS
AND THE NORTHWEST
At Greatly Reduced Rates
Annual Fall Festivities, Kansas City, Mo.
October 5th-10th. American Royal Lire
Stock Show, Kansas City, Mo., Oct. 12th'T7th
T. & N. 0. Railroad
ON SALE
September I, to October 31,1908
THtOUGH CHAU CAM AHD HUMAN SLEEfEtS
Leave Beaumont 10.10 p. m. October J, Arrire Kenan City,
7 am,, October 5
For Rate*, Schedule* and Other In-
formation, call on Agent* of the
T. Ac N. O. R. R. or write to
JOS. NEILCN
BCIMRAL FaSMNMM AM«T
HOUSTON. TEXAO
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WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DEALERS IN
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.
PHONE 12
E. S. HARRIS, Mgr.
We are Going Out of Business and
Will Sell Our Entire Stock
AT COST
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, also 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.
TEXAS
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Garnett R Haul
m SIM XT
FAfARMER-
SKCTMAS
HE
LL
School
BEAUMONTTIX
JOHN E. HOGG
Contractor and Builder
Osniral Rtr*ia Snor
let wt Bake Vmt Sash, tears mi hlatew
raaes.
BOOKKEEPING. ENGLISH.
SHORTHAND. TYPEWRITING
COURT REPORT** ETC.
*1 CAM frO TOUM JOM HUT'
THE COMING SCHOOL
WOTt m HANDSOME CAWJO*
Robert Tompkins
Cm tractor aid Balltfer
NEW PHONE 443
IKE SHIP YARD 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.
WOOD! WOOD!
a. s. mcneill
For Dry Stove Wood
Promptly Delivered
OLD 80 NEW m
Fire! Fire!
How comforting, when you
hear the dread alarm, to
know that your property »e
amply covered by
FIRE INSURANCE
We repre*ent the beat comp-
ante* on the globe and make
a ipecialty of Fire Imurance.
you are not carrying a
policy, or want to increaae
your insurance, call on or
ring up
HS33ESS35SS
MALONE & LOVE
ESTIMATES FURNISHED FREE
Subscribe for The Leader
and get all the news «Ui the
tune.
P. B. Curry & Soi
Insurance Agents
Shop 606 Front St. New Phone 178
The Orange Pluybing Co.
The Oldest Insurance Agency in Ora
None bnt the Most Reliable Companies'!
represented
Appreciates Yoar Basiaess
WE CAN DO
Jab Too Large or Too
Small to Receive Oir
Attention
Rock-bottom price* on Material.
Moderate charge* for all work
performed
All your linen ETTER at
CAEAPER than you can do it
home, for we have the machine
that it made to do the work.
H, G. FRENCH, St. - - Manager
PARAGON LAUNDR1
BOTH PHONES 123
C. A. Russell
6E0. CALL, Brol
Dray age art General Freight
Hilling
Heavy Floati and Good!'.Team*
Plait art Fnmtare Moving
• SpecWt,
I hava thla day dneldad to
Brokeragn business at tho old
lit Fourth at root, City.
MONKY, STOCK* AND
ho bought aad uaM on
Cull and mw mm, writs or
7
GEORGE CALL.
April 16. IN*.
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Ford, A. L. The Daily Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 149, Ed. 1 Saturday, September 26, 1908, newspaper, September 26, 1908; Orange, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth644857/m1/4/ocr/: accessed May 24, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lamar State College – Orange.

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