The Daily Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 200, Ed. 1 Monday, October 18, 1909 Page: 3 of 4
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Stark Mercantile Co.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Wc Carry, in Abundance, a First-Class Stock of Staple Merchandise
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS
AND GENERAL FURNISHINGS
Are uniformly fair and you may be sure of our ability to supply
promptly, any article for personal wear, or the material goods
to make it with.
E. S. HARRIS Mgr.
TRY SOME OF MY
$t Hams, Swift's Hams, Swift's Breakfast Bacon and
Ratstsa’s Breakfast fssds. IscMis* Grits and Pascakes
j. G. JOHNSON <ewrta,M
iew mm ah southem
I Or via abort mulct to New York!
j reluming via alt railroad routes at
tire ttrti, it an ideal lummrr trip
|(iotn| of return tug til water route
tot information about Summer Tour-
bt R am to variout point*
Little Things for
aticti as Taboreta, Ottomans, Medi
cine Cloacti, etc., arc indiapensibte to
comfort, and do not coat much if
THEY FURNISH THE HOME
wonderfully, because they fill into
bare spaces, giving an air of comfort
Onr stock la replete with these in-
Repairing Mimart a Specialty
STf AMSIHP CO.
Gatvestss to Mew York
mi Key West
A delightful £ea Trip
Six days to New York
Three diyi to Key West
Sailing* every Wednesday
and Sarurdw. Wednesday
Steamer* call at Key Wat,
making connect iom for point*
in Florida and Cuba.
For full particular*, oak
your ticket agent, or urrite
}. S. DENISON.
Tickets to aid frta fars#e.
DR. f. B SHANNON
I Office and Hospital, West Orange
Old Phone No. 74.
New Phone, No. 518
Service the Beat
Rates the Cheapest
otANfie mcraoNi co
IS. M. DEPOTS SON
tepreseatef ky IS KPWE
in the city mad Li you
built or one moved
© THOME IN
FISH! FISH! FISH!
I keep on hand Fresh Water Fish
alt sizes; alio fiah bait for everybody.
Houseboat near O. ft N. W, genet al
office, Give me your orders for fish
A. J. RENTER.
The IlKiidcnt Grocer
Seth Everything in the Grocery
Line lor lew than the
THE NEW STORE
NEW PHONE MS.
Elm and Eleventh Street
Urban You Moot Rood Work and
■•at Results in tbo
TUNING ANO PLUMBING LINE
CsU at by Rap ar Call Me Over
•M Fbsoe 110
FOR FRONT STREET
I gaarsutoa by Wart Will Flame Van
GEORGE MOftl IB
The A. W. Hyde
0. & N. W. R. R.
Ticket* on sale every Saturday
from all point* on O. & N. VV.
to Orange at rate of
ONE ANO ONE-THIRO FARE
FOR ROUND TRIP
Good to return following
E. H. (iOLDEN,
G. P A.
JNO. J. BALL
The RegiUr Town Netary
Wc,». or Everybody
Other at Leader Print-
I Ml SHIP YARD Of
M. J. CAPRAL
It now in operation. Vestel*
can be htuled out and repaired
at reasonable price*. Modern
boat* and speed launches a
specialty. Ship yards below Or-
ange Lumber Company Mill.
OUR FALL LIME
of samples is complete
COME IN WOW
and make your selec-
tion lor a (all suit
TIir Bon Ton
We make a Specialty ol Cleaning
and Praming. y«er rttnaage SatkHr*
At our fountain you will be able to
select the cooleat, most refreshing
of drinks—from a list that comprises
every known flavor.
Nothing so gratefully refreshing
and satisfying at our cold soda on a
^TElflTl Call and see tne. Write, or
6C0. CALL, Broker
1 have this day derided Co do a
Brokerage bosineaa at the old stand.
110 Fourth stieet. City.
MONEY. STOCKS AND BONDS
will be bought and sold on commit
New Phone 25U.
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NODE MAN INKS
HE'S WHOLE “ZOO"
KXCITES RESIDENTS WHILE PO-
LICEMEN CHASE HIM AS A BIRD,
BUTTERFLY AND SQUIRREL.
IN SHOES AND SOX
Dlvssts Himself of Outer Apparel and
Calling on Blrda to Play with
Him Chaeee Around Pub-
‘ Philadelphia.—Clad only la a pair of
light tan shoes and green aocks, a
man who gavs the name of "John
Smith" did a Marathon In Rltten-
houae square. In the heart of the most
exclusive residence section.
It was about eight o'clock In the
morning when he strolled In the hal-
lowed precincts, divested himself of
his garments and tied them carefully
around • tree. Then, singing mer-
rily and calling to the birds to come
and play with him, he skipped about
the square. He had settled down to
a steady run and was encircling the
square at a gait that would have left
Johnny Hayes miles to the rear when
an excited voice called up the Fif-
teenth and Locust streets police sta-
tion. It was a woman's voice.
1 “Officer, officer," called the voice,
"tend some men up here quick.”
“Up where?” asked the desk ser-
“Rlttenhouae square,” replied the
voice. "There's a man running around
here without any clothes on.”
A policeman sent to the scene found
the bluecoat on the beat leaning up
against a tree, panting and mopping
. “What's the matter?” asked the
reinforcements, and then he saw.
Smith, carolling lustily, flying by.
, “Come and catch me, come and
catch me," sang Smith. “I'm a little
"You try It," replied the cop on the
beat. ‘Tve been chasing him for the
last five minutes and he winded me.”
“All right,” agreed the reinforce-
ments grimly; "I’ll butterfly him.”
But he reckoned without the fleet
yellow shoes and twinkling socks.
Lassoed with Clothesline.
Smith had just about limbered up and
was ready to run all day. Small
crowds of men and boys had as-
sembled and spectators openly bet on
Smith and cheered him loudly.
Then some foe to clean eport
brought a clothes line, and the cop
on the beat made It Into a lasso.
On his next lap Smith changed hla
"I'm a aqulrrel now,” he gang and
clambered up a tree.
“You’re nuta. all right,” growled
the cop, “and we're got you now.”
After several IneCectual throws the
noose was Anally drawn over one of
Smith's lega and he was dragged
down, was wrapped In a blanket from
a patrol wagon and sent to Ulockley
SNAKE SWALLOWS NEST EGG
Huge Blacfcsnake Steals Big China
“Hsn Fruit” and Diet Soon Aftsr
Brtdgevllle, Del —Indigestion caused
the death of a huge biacksnake. which
waa found the other day, by Samuel
Owens and which, when cut open, was
discovered to contain a china egg.
FOr tome time Owens has been
aliasing egg* from the chicken-house,
hut waa not able to And the thief.
While walking down a path In a mead-
ow lot near home, he noticed a large
biacksnake stretched out In front of
him. Examination showed it had re-
cently died. Owens noticed a lump In
the middle of the snake and being
curious aa to what It contained,
whipped out his knife and cut the
make open, when a white glass egg,
similar to those used to fool a hen In-
to laying in n certain nest, rolled out.
Owen* has no doubt but that the
stake was the thief that has been rob-
bing hie neats.
NERVY CAPTURE OF RATTLER
Marylander Caught Reptile Back of
Mead and Plaead It Safely
In a Bex.
Hagerstown, Md—Albert Reynolds,
living In the mountains near Poods
vllle. made a daring capture of a rat
tleanake five feet long.
Mr. Reynolds detected the reptile
crawllh* after a guinea fowl, which
waa cackling In fright. Approaching
noiselessly from behind, be caught the
reptile back of its head with hts
hands, no it could not blto him, and
carried It to a box. wbero the snake
Is kept a prisoner. It Is It years oM,
having 11 rattles and three' buttons.
Boom time ago Mr. Reynolds captured
lie brought It to
a large biacksnake H
Hagerstown, nag waa
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The Orange Leader, Orange, Texas
— «0 4 art/
mm* nnnner of showing It to peoj
on the street that he was arrested
disorderly conduct and fined $6 fey
Harry Brenner of Smltbsburg cap-
tured a biacksnake six and a half feat
long In a decayed limb of a tree. He
and his father saw the reptile etlck
out Its head, and young Brenner went
after It. Later he killed It and pre-
served the skin.
”1 wonder why the clock always
keeps Its hands bsfore its face.”
"Maybe It’s ashamed to see the way
tome people kill time."
A. L. MITCHELL. Master.
Best boat on the river lor salt water
fishing. Terms reasonable
AT THE OLD SHAMROCK.
105 FOURTH STREET
Fish, Schrimp. Crabs, Poultry
and Game in Season
NEW PHONE 57.
Carr © Collins
IF YOU ARE FIGURINO ON
HAVING THE BEST WORK
DONE IN THE CARPENTER
LINE. BETTER SEE
W. F. Depwe
• AT ONCE
Estimates cheerfully furnished on
NEW PHONE 114. itt
Malone 6 Love WatchJewelry fthd Cut
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on Friday the 13th of the
C.Let a black cat cross your
C..Break a mirror.
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(And bad luck won’t touch
tout business if you advertise
in this paper.
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C.H you have goods to sell,
let the ad. do it.
FIRE, LIFE AND LIVE
Real Estate end Rental
Repair Anything In Welch
or Jewelry Lino
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Ford, Arthur L. The Daily Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 200, Ed. 1 Monday, October 18, 1909, newspaper, October 18, 1909; Orange, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth658036/m1/3/: accessed May 23, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lamar State College – Orange.