The Daily Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 230, Ed. 1 Monday, November 22, 1909 Page: 3 of 4
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Place of Burin
for Entire Day.
One of the principal event* to be
enjoyed here on Thanksgiving Day.
will be the foot ball game of the Port
Arthur Regulars v*. the Orange Reg-
The game will be called promptly
at 3:15 o’clock at the West End park.
The visitors already have an idea of
what they will have to do to cope with
the local team and a report from the
Port of Entry city says that they will
endeavor to carry away the victory
on Thanksgiving Day at all hazards.
The. Pe rt Arthur boys have once or
twice Vomped on the Orange boys, and
by the management of the ctnfwcn.
vice versa. This being the case, there
will undoubtedly be a lot of ginget
in Thursday’s game. There is a pret-
ty lively interest in foot ball being de-
veloped here and the attendance in-
creases at nearly every game.
One Qf the first things undertaken
by the management of the team was
to get the local merchants to close up
on Thanksgiving Day.
The following have agreed to close
on Thanksgiving Day:
H. J. Ortmeyer, Miller Furniture
Co, Lyons Bros., Curiosity Shop, Sa-
bine Supply Co., Anderson Hdw. Co.,
Jackson Grocery Co., Arohson Bros.,
Johnson & Levingston, Seastmnk
Bros., G. W. Ball, Crager’s Big Store.
Hodges’ Dry Goods Co., W. H. Stark
Mercantile Co., Crown Mercantile Co.,
Joe Crager, M. Bluestcin, Rouss Rack-
et Store, A. J. Prater, F. Weil, D.
Mossiker, W. P. McFarland, Joe Lu-
cas, M. V. Anderson & Co., Wonder
Store, Bland’s Meat Market, E. Eck-
ert, Ellis Tailoring Co., Bon Ton Tail-
oring Co., Twentieth Century Tailor-
ing Co., Griggs & Wall. Miss Bessie
The meetings held by Mr. and Mrs.
William Nehimiah Wiggins, who are
touring under the auspices of the Tex-
as Sunday School Association, at the
First Baptist church Friday night,
were a grand success,
'‘Don't* for the Sunday School
ALE AND RETAIL
Lion is JUT we
Teachers," was discussed by Mr. Wig-
gins at the morning session. He
dwelt on the necessity of the teachers
being punctual and showing that their
hearts are in the work.
service, Mr. Wig-
We Carry, in Abundance, a Fir»t*Cla« Stock of Staple Merchandise
Including ^ -
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES, HA1
AND GENERAL FURNISHINGS
At the | o’clock
gins discussed “Sunday School Prob-
lems.” He exphfcfd. the absolute^ne-
cessity of teachers' meetings'dfid gave
some valuable instructions in regard
to the Sunday School institute worki
During this meeting, there was a gen-
eral discussion of Sunday school work
in which quite a number of the local
At the evening service. Mrs. Wig-
gins gave an interesting talk on Sun-
day school work for the children,
showing what could be accomplished
by applying some of the best efforts
She discussed the
toneless toms, Swift’s tom
712 Orr.esAre. J, Q, ^
E. S. HARRIS Mgr
*1 keep on hand
an sizes; also fish
Houseboat near C
office. Give me y
Watches, Jewelry and Cut
on the little ones,
cradle roll and the Home Department
work. The Home Department work
embraces the visiting of those unable
or unwilling tp attend Sunday school
for the purpose of distributing Sun-
day school literature, etc., and invit-
ing those unaccustomed to attending
WE HAVE EVERYTHING YOU WANT
:■ n, - a;-
Repair Anything to Watch
or Jewelry Ltoe
Next Saar la Aadertaa hardwire Ca.
Galveston to New York
and Key West
A delightful Sea Trip
Six days to New York
Three days to Key West
Sunday school to attend.
The lccrtre delivered by Mr. Wig-
gins who was clad in the costume of
an Oriental shepherd, was enjoyed by
all, although it was cut short on ac-
count of the lengthy business session
preceding it. He showed many inter-
esting souvenirs gathered from three
continents during his tour around the
The principal feature of the three
meetings held here by Mr. and Mrs.
Wiggins, was the permanent organi-
zation of the Orange County Sunday
school institute and the election of
officers as follows.
President, James B. Seargent; Vice
, Cranberries, 10e a quart.
Celery, lettuce and Cauliflower,
OKves, plain and stuffed, 10e-50e a bottle,
tail tod Cherries, Pineapple and Assorted Fruits
' at 50e a pound.
Figs, Dates, and Nuts of all kinds.
“Blue Label” Pumpkin, Com and Peas.
Empson’s Pumpkin and Peas,
lub House Peeled Apricots and Peaches in Cordial.
Peeled Asparagus and Asparagus Tips.
ACT EVERmiiS TO MAKE WM MEM SUCCESS
Jackson Grocery Co.
Malone 6 Love
FIRE, LIFE AND LIVE
Real Eatate sod Rental
phone tot r.« nn* "
Sailings every Wednesday
and Saturday. Wednesday
Steamers call at Key West,
making connections for points
in Florida and Cuba.
Moss, Miller Grain Co.; R. S. Carnes
will close during the football game;
the banks and barber shops will close
all day. .
For full particulars, ask
your ticket agent, or write
J. B. DENISON,
Tickets to and from Earofe.
C. A. Russell
Prtyar "MeaMl nel*M
Heavy Floats and Good Team
mm ms masrt Nwin
. « SsecWty
Presidents, W. H. Malone, E. L. Reid,
and N. Prejean; Secretary and Treas-
urer, Frank Hatton; Department
Superintendents: Elementary, Miss
Annie Sells; intenr*jHate, E. E. Mc-
Farland; Adult, Mis* Stark;
Teacher Training, Prof. Metcalfe;
Sunday School Music, Frank T. Out-
law; Sunday School Records, J. A.
Oliver; I. B. R. A., Miss Annie Sells;
Home, Mrs. J. B. Houchins; Messen-
ger, B. H. McMinn; Missionary, Mrs.
C. E. Slade; Temperance, Rev. M.
Stephenson; House Visitation, Rey.
.A. McFaul; Work for Negroes, Rev.
Mr. and Mrs. Wiggins left Satur-
day morning for Galveston where
they held three meetings.
IF YOU ARE
HAVING THE BEST WOJgjr'
DONE IN THE CARPENTER
LINE, BETTER 8SE
W. F. Depwe
Estimates cheerfully furnished on
NEW PHONE 114.
is Time You Give Us Your
Order for Your
it is necessary that the quality
be good to start with. We justly
ourselves on the excellent grad
coffee which we sell. It is
“EEWDELL COT f El
not equalled for its strength
aroma, and yet our prices an
higher than you have probably
paying for the other kind.
as Fruit Cake
We Bake Them in Any Size and
of the Highest Quality
For HEADACHE—Hick*’ CAPU-
Whether from colds, heat, stonAch
or nervous troubles, Capudine will
relieve you. It’s liquid—pleasant to
take—acts immediately. Try it. 10c,
25c and 50c at drug store*.
P. B. Curry & Son
The oldest insurance agency in Or-
ange. None but the most reliable
Phone Us Your Orders Today
to 1. D. Polk, dated September 10th,
1908, in Book 3, Page 325, of the
Deed Record* of Orange County,
Texas; and Thomas Bowlea survey of
1280 acr*#. Certificate No. H4$» and
the W. A. Atkins survey of 1280 acres
of land. Certificate No. 1312; levied
on as the property of I. D. Polk to
satisfy a judgment amounting to H*
623.55 in favor of South Texas Nation-
al Bank, with 10 per cent interest, less
credits of $1,004.45, and costs of suit.
Passed Down River En Route to John-
son’s Bayou From Vinton.
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES
The third barge load of cattle from
the Fred Locke ranch, reached here
yesterday afternoon shortly after 5
/clock in low of the tug Lone Star,
of Johnson's bayou. The cattle were
en route to Johnson’s bayou, where a
bunch of about ItiOO purchased by Mr.
Lock shortly before the quarantine
was declared, will be transferred. Mr.
Lock will realize a considerable loss
at a result of the breaking out of the
disease of charbon, because at that
time he had arranged to ship the cat-
tle to Texas markets. The cattle were
fat and -were put in a small pasture
insufficient in size to keep them up;
consequently they became very thin.
You couldn’t look for better quality
—you couldn't get itl
We make our Soda so well and in
V ■ ’’ *» v * iJj' li V-T .4^
such an up-to-date way from the
choicest of ingredients that w* know
we can please the most particular and
Get busy—try the up-to-date foun-
tain the next ime.
This is thr rather to try our Hot
Given under my hand, this 15th day
of November, A. D. 1909.
R M. JOHNSON,
Sheriff Orange County, Texas.
Hicks’ Cupudine Cures Sick Headache
Also nervous headache, travelers’
headaches and aches from grip, stom-
ach troubles or female troubles. Try
Capudine—it’s liquid—effects imme-
diately. Sold by druggists.
Some three or four hundred head at
these cattle are too poor to stand the
trip from Vinton back to the bayou
country, overland and they are being
REDUCED RATES FOR
sand head of cattle will now in a few
« be started on the long journey
mgh the marshes, these cattle all
ig strong but not fat.
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If there is anybody if
ty of hunting without
felt scared on yesterda
Carrothers, game ward
aieu parish, visited the ei
pose of making an
’rite gjime warden see
that there were some
For the nnxt Twenty-five days only
we will make big reductions on all
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Ford, Arthur L. The Daily Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 230, Ed. 1 Monday, November 22, 1909, newspaper, November 22, 1909; Orange, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth660150/m1/3/: accessed June 24, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lamar State College – Orange.