The Daily Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 149, Ed. 1 Saturday, September 26, 1908 Page: 5 of 8
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FRUIT AND CEREALS
Will keep your body cool and heathful
in. this good old summer time. We
always keep a nice supply of Oranges,
Bananas, Apples, Plums, Grapes and
Lemons as well as all kinds of Cereal
Foods, such as Grapcnuts, Shredded
Wheat Biscuits, Corn and Wheat
Flakes, Cream of wheat and Oat Meal
We also carry a full line of Fancy and
Staple Groceries and are in position to
fill any order big or small. Give us a
Jackson Grocery Co.
N. W. PRUTER, MANAGER
OLD PHONE No. 8
NEW PHONES SO AND 47
A fEW OF THE NICE THING* TO BE FOUND AT
G. W. Ball’s Grocery Store
Heinz Apple Butter
Heinz Peach Butter
Heinz Baked Beans with To-
Heinz Pure Vinegar in Bottles
Heinz India Relish
Heinz Kidney Beans in Tina
Heinz Cranberry Sauce
Also Juat received a new stock
of Evaporated Figs, Apricots,
Peaches and Seeded Raisins.
G. W. BALL, Fifth Street
PHONES 120 PROMPT DELIVERY
■arms if all Wad*. teller*. Bridie*,
tap lab**, bars* Cavan aatf tba
HARM ON SADDLE!
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W. E. YOWNSEND, P»oe.
For Local and Long
Service the Best
Rates the Cheapest
ORANGE TELEPHONE CO
0. M. SNMblt. Naaager
TIE NfW YORK PAUTIAl
WRI HAM MR H4MMN
Galveston to New York
WEINFSRAY, OCT. 14,1908
4. R. DENISON, Denars! Agent,
S322 Strand, Oaiveeton.
A»k for 48 page MsUnry Lint F.older
Rallabl* Firs aid Tamda
Make Your Purchases
At stores where you have every con-
fidence in everything being just as
represented is the advice which ex-
perienced shoppers give to those
lest experienced. It is not the cost
which makes a genuine bargain so
much as what you receive for that
cost. Reliability and guaranteed
satisfaction is what we promise you
in return for your patronage.
RcgalrlH Mlmrs s Socially
IS AT YOI2B SERVICE
Commedioui, new launch U
ready for Excutsios*, Fish
mo Taira, Etc. Far rata*
nag New Pboae 391, ar
IN THE SOCIAL REAL
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ask that all of the members will be
present at this meeting and visitors
are especially invited to attend.
"Pride is the devil’s strategem, who,
like an expert wrestler, usually gives
a man a lift before he gives him a
This week the readers of the poclal
column will have tjie pleasure of read-
ing the prevailing styles in ladies’
ready-to-wear garments, new neck-
wear, belts, and fall styles in silks.
For this courtesy we wish to thank
the Hodges Dry Goods company.
In this department—the indicator of
fashion tendencies—-we have embodied
every new creation offered by the
Inladies’ suits we are showing the
new two-tone effects. The coats, which
are made in semi-fitting style, average
about thirty-six inches In length. These
suits are beautifully trimmed and cer-
tainly do justice to the famous de-
signer who originated them.
Long semi-fitting cloaks will prevail
this year, the lengths averaging fifty
to fifty-two Inches. Beautiful satin
strived silk embroidered and button
trimmed effects are shown, the button
trimmed effects being the most popu-
lar. Every shade is Included in our
assortment and we know we can please
the most discriminating.
The side plaited, button trimmed
skirt will no doubt be the favorite this
season. In addition, we have anumber
of novelty effects, which our buyer was
fortunate to secure. Our garments
bear well-known labels and fit and
style and quality are assured.
lifted »fti» assures tftat it 1* not a
vogue of the immediate moment but
that it Is well established and perma-
nent. The widespread use to which
satins will be put mark the most radi-
cal change in fashions seen in a
number of years, according to the
judgment of the best informed men of
the trade. We are also showing some
exclusive designs in fancy plaids for
waists, such as the two-tone effect
In blues, such as Peacock, Navy, Royal
and Copenhagen. Also in greens such
as stone green, olives and myrtle. We
are also showing for evening waists
some very striking effects in high
colors, soft finish, with invisible
stripes, which promises to be one of
the leading materials for evening
waists. We will endeavor to keep and
suppy the Orange ladies with the
most p-to-date styles that can be se-
cured from the eastern markets as
we are now In better touch with them
than ever before.
“Sofne love letters are too soft to
I -- /g-
The following is the seating ca-
pacity of the eight largest churches
In the world: 8t. Peter’s, Rome, 64,-
000; Milan cathedral, 37,000; SL Paul,
London, 25,000; St. Sophia, Constan-.
tinople, 23,000; Notre Dame, Paris, 21,-
000; Florence cathedral, 20,000; Pisa
cathedral, 13.000; St. Mark’s, Venice,
7.000; St. Patrick’s cathedral, New
York, 2,500, with standing room for
“At last I have written something
that will be accepted.”
"What Is it?”
“Check for a year’s subscription.”
DOING THEIR DUTY.
Scares of Orange Readers Are Learn-
ing the Duty of the Kidneys.
New Style Collars at Hodges.—
The high collar which comes well
under the ear and high in the back,
is a favorite at the present time.
Many of these collars are trimmed
to match the body of the waist and
give a very pretty finish to the gar-
ment. The use of a narrow tie, edged
with tassels or ornaments, is becom-
ing more and more noticeable and
seem to meet with favor. Some deep
Elizabethan ruffles made of the ma-
terial or ruchingn are also noticed in
many of the models.
“He that waits to do a great deal
of good at once will never do any.”
Special attention has been given to
this season's belts, and as a result
a number of attractive and new mod-
els have been turned out. Silks and
satins are very much- in evidence In
the lines destined to become popular
during the latter part of the fall and
Wld* Duchess satins with the sash
effects are being shown by some of
the best retailer* and the deparment
heads are of the opinion that this
mode! will be a prominent feature of
the season. However we must not
forget that the plain tailored belts
will be shown, although this will not
predominate; in fact, the fancy idea
is making inroads upon this long es-
tablished model in the form of a com-
bination tailored and fancy creation.
There la no getting away from the
fact that elastic belts have been and
are particularly good selling Items.
The straight cut models, ranging from
one and one-half to two inches In
width, are the most popular at thia
period. Both the plain and fancy elas-
tfes are in demand. The Egyptian
sheath, and Salome girdles are aiao
creating a sensation in tbe belt de-
To filter the blood is the kidneys’
When they fail to do this the kid-
neys are sick.
Backache and many kidney ills fol-
Urinary trouble, diabetes.
Doan’s Kidney Pills cure them all.
E. C. Cherry, Jeweler, 963 Orleans
street, Beaumont, Texas, says: “1
have used Doan’s Kidney Pills off and
on for years, whenever I desired re-
sults In a short time. From my ex-
perience I can recommend them as be-
ing without doubt a splendid kidney
For sale by all dealers. Price, 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
N. Y„ sole agents for the United
Remember the name—Doan’s—and
take no other.
Cut Out This Coupon and Return to
Us. We Will Give Five Per Cent in Cash
on AH Purchases Mad^-SAXJJRDAY and
UST to show you we are here to do the shoe
business of the town we make the above
offer—5 per cent in CASH returned to you.
No shde stock as complete with the new things of
1909. We keep all shoes bought here shined free
Figure how much that saves you.
Headquarters for River Shoes
GUARANTEE SHOE STORE
Front Street—-Orange, Texas
LAUNCH NIOKA HERE
Dave Griffith Say* Cotton and Sweet
Potatoes are Ruined by Rain*
The Philosophy of It.
*1 talked wld a rich man de yuther
day.” tald Brother Dickey, “an’ got
some Information fum him.”
"That wasn't strange, was it?”
"Yea, suh, kaze ex a rule, dey don’t
•top fer talk wld de po' man—dat 1*.
not fer long.”
“Well, what came of it?”
“Well, suh, I tot’ him dat he orter
give ter de po' et he would git treasure
In heaven an’ he say he done dat once
’pon a time; dat he gin mighty nigh
all he had ter de po’ an* de ve’y next
time he meet him in de big road de po’
wus dress In a silk hat an' walkin’
cane, likewise stand in' collar, an' what
you reckon he tell dat rich man?”
“You tell It.”
“ ‘Git outer my way, dar! Gimme de
middle er de road or I'll frail you ter
a frazzle wid dls yer walkin’ stick!”’
Lonnie, the little seven year old son
of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Roger*, in West
Orange has suffered with blood poison
in his foot this week, which resulted
in a severe case of lockjaw. The
child is better and that there is a
ten days ago and but little attention
was paid to It until several day* later.
Reports this morning say that the
cild is better and that there ia a
chance for recovery.
•RIDE BALKED AT THE ALTAR.
Fall Styles in Silks.—
We are showing some exclusive
thing* in this department, such as
satin foulards, messilenes, chiffon fin-
ished taffelas. French duchess and
soft finished peaudesolue. It Is a set-
tled fact that plain soft flashed silk
will be the most popular silk for this
season. For several yearn satins had
been steadily gaining in favor with
the better trade and they are now
without doubt la the position of first
place for dressy wear. It Is abso-
lutely certain, also, that they wiH be
taken up by the popular trade to a
greater extent than ever, as they are
suited not only for linings but for
petticoats, costumes and outergar-
raents. This gradual development of
the demand for satins and satin fin
Massachusetts Girl Refused to Wed
Count and Denounced Him.
At 8t, StanHaus’ church. Fall River,
Maas.. Angela Pawlow, daughter of a
merchant, absolutely refused to go cn
with the maniage ceremony that waa
to unite her to Basyl Mullnskl, who
■ays he Is a Polish count and the
owner of an estate in Russia.
The marriage had been set for
eight o’clock. The church waa crowded
with friends and relatives. Tbs bride-
groom had answered an exultant
“Yea” to the usual question, and the
bride, in a whits silk wedding dress
with long veil and wedding Uiuquet,
seemed to smile as Father Basin
turned to her and asked: "Will thou
take unto thee thia man to be thy
lawfully wedded husband?"
Tbe bTtds dropped her hand from
the arm of the bridegroom. She
turned and Diced the crowded church
and answered loudly:
"No; ho has been snfalthfnl to me
before marriage. I will not marry
Then the girl ran down the aisle to
her mether. The audience was dum-
(■ended. Before it rssily apgreeteted
ImMI tfe* fburfh
The launch Nioka. Captain Dave
Griffith, arrived here yesterday after-
noon from Johnson’s bayou, having a
few passengers from the boyu coun-
Captain Griffith reports that there
is a very gloomy outlook for the far-
mers of the bayou country as a result
of the recent rain storms which left
the island practically under water.
Their cotton crop which was damaged
the worst since the advent of the
boll weevil pest, has, been almost
ruined by the rain storms. It is said
that the cotton seed which has been
a valuable product for the farmers,
will be worth practically nothing this
The potato crop suffered from the
continued wet weather. The bayou
people have always heretofore done a
good business on potatoes in the Or-
ange market, but with a scarcity of
the product this season, it is ex-
pected that they will be used by resi-
dents of Johnson’s Bayou.
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Modest Precaution. ®
"Why do you Insist on so much red
tape in your department?" ;
"Because,” answered the official,
"we’re only human and liable to make
mistakes, and we want to put ’em
as long as possible.”—Washington Star.
“You say she hates their family phy-
"Yes; she thought she was pining
away from a broken heart, and the
doctor diagnosed her case as indiges-
tion and cured her.”—Houston Poet T
Let Him Try. , ij
“I fear no foe in shining armor,"
sang the man at a concert
"Don’t you, old chap?” grumbled the |
bachelor in tbe front row. "Then yon
try to open a sardine box with a pock-
Presence of Mind.
Wife (dramatically)—Just think! Tbe
Robinsons will be here In twenty min-
utes, and the cook has spoiled the din-
Husband—Don’t worry! We’ll make
’em drink four or five of your ready
mad© cocktail*, and they will never
know the difference.—New York Life.
Mike (looking op from paper)—Olsay,
Pat phwat’s a vampire?
Pat—Faith, an' it’s mesilf thot do be
ashamed av yoor ignorance. A vam-
pire, me boy, ia th’ felly tbot gives th’
bom© team th’ short etid av it, b’gorryl
—St Louis Post-Dispatch.
“He is very clever, but evidently far
from a real genius.” Lw
“What makes you think so?" 4
"Why, he is fairly punctual about
keeping bis appointments.” — Kansai
City Times. *i;
Place your property In his hands for
Sale or Rent. He la agent for one of
the best Insurance Companies ta the .
W. J. BURTON
If you want to buy or sell a home or farm
sec me. Room 5, Link building, Fifth St.
Chance Fer the Motorist*.
Pearl—Belle boasts that sbe has an 1
Roby—Gracious! What kind of a
heart Is an “automobile heart?*’
Pearl-Why, any young man can
have it who owns an automobile.—Chi- j
Artesian and Irrigating
Will be in Orange until October 1.
Patties desiring wells dtilled can aee
me at coutt house. Terms reasonable
remarked the race horse.
\ my achievements have been due sim-
ply to putting my best foot forward.”
“Yes?” replied tbe mule. ’Tfow, 1 find
that I accomplish most by putting my
best foot backward.” — Philadelphia
Asters and Audiences.
Courtney—Just now society has two
Stlckney—What are they?
Courtney—Playing golf and making
fun of people who play golf.—Detroit
Pat—I hear yer woife to sick, Hoiks.
Mike—She Is tbot.
Pat—Is It dangerous she 1st
Mike—Dlvil s ML ,
be dangerous any moral
Net the Seme.
She—Don’t you thhtk golf to
fhher like the skt
Be—I sheold My
_ ia out line of Queen aware.
She’s toe weak to bre*k •ometimee and when
Here’s what’s next.
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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/m1/5/: accessed May 23, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lamar State College – Orange.