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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 25 September 1903

i ■' Junior Moo-Hoo Tslls of U* lis iminil *4 BHIIBIA ^^WeslaWI ^WasiWIwi 'M' Chronicle. John fl. Bonner, Supreme Junior fltanaawMaMtA AM>IM4 w.jpt wv ®««w nine, afiivvu lsst night from the Annual Coto- of the Hoo-Hoo of the at Buffalo, which eon- Eite- / In MUh three +9 '•*• dawtad to open- ing the eye* of * mom of Internation- al kittens; another was devoted to Batten, and the third to hospitality at the heads of ft wh on thM latter that Junior Hoo-Hoo Bonner preferred «« dwell, It wm «Imply great," said |fr. Bon- war. "These Buffalo people know how to entertain and they put the know- lodge lato effeot. We had one of the ■wet delightful times that the order has oversown. "On the return trip the kittens scat- tered aad are now engaged In scamper- lag about orer the Utolted States. The halanoe of the Houston delegation will be home In a few days. The last I beard of the Hoo-Hoo hand of Luf- Wa, It was traveling: west toward St Loals. I understand they Intend to etay th«rs tor the...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 25 September 1903

about The First Eighth, Ninth Tenth Grade Books «re airead? in stook. Books for the other :hool books* the old booka will be taken in Call at «tore for information regarding i payment of new ones exchanging of old booka AH School Books Strictly CASH. This Means, Everybody. Don't forget we hare a'big Btook of TABLETS. LUNOH BASKETS, BOOK SAC5HELS, PENCIL BOXES1, BOOK- STRAPS, and everything in SCHOOL SUPPLIES, THE BEST FOR YOUR MONEY. at GRIGGS' rive *m4<—Good Work, Good Go vbknmskt, üoot> , ■ • Ukax.tr anu Good Taulc Fa tin. HALF YEAS S93.0O —— Asbury Place, SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS. ASBURY ACADEMY FOR BOYS & Vff'SSt'i£.°iSjt College begin* September 8. Academy .September 15. For Information write J. E. HARRISON, President. Refer to Mm. M. F. Crime, Meaumont. and A. B. Pipkin. Beaumont. 1783=THE BINGHAM SC H 00 L=1903-04 ImUk) «B the Aabe llli> Plateen alnoa 1MI. Military. U. SArTOY_om<*r detallKl. MiW Ul tlrtei^H MM. AS only MU, h of thi. Nrliool. dttrini Utth jraar. •Mt....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 25 September 1903

q!V tytif? 1 >4 iMH> ixi'!'": '.v''\.' ''mm iipS ■ • ■ iyi • > i GEORGE BARK McCtlTCItEON M a«t a « a* ► ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦ ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦ ñgurt> ira toot la tba r and * faint «low of light j from the canopied ted la the cor* Tbe cbloroformcr holding ti cnr- turned hi* aereen laatern to- tlM pillow tb order to apply the 1 ctotfc. Mow vy ÜM time to «to prlncoaa behind the enr- i and la tito ahelter of the doorpost, leaped toward tbe center of the a piatol la «teb band. Before the iitflnlahmt'dunfm "If roa more, yoa are dead mon~ ■Ad he la alow, decided tones. "Here, innrr be «heated. "Scoundrels, you «a «tapped! Throw «p your bandar Suddenly the room waa a blase of tight; dashing candles, lampa, «prang tata life from the walla, while a gnat aihaadetlar abort his head iliiiffrit IMmit Orfth Its anexsarted clare. "Thaaderr be shoated, half throw- bis banda ta his «rea apon him from be- a aeioam aad then a He aw* strttw trto^'ocreae the •adt, Á be sank helplessly, angrily, do Mi knee...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 25 September 1903

IHfiSÉi $ig i le Lun (Continued from Page On*.) About 600 yards and it was more than thirty minutes before any water > procured by Chief Gaatham of the fire department. 5:20 thin morning the fire was still burning but Bald to be under control. '' ? saw dust extends for some distance and the fire wilt do no other age than the destroying of the cars, which will entail a loss of about fx IP •How Pine Charlie's" Peach P,#nt * v The Peach River Lumber company, Of Galveston, of which "Yellow Pine „ rile" Moore is the president, has recently opened its neWv Baw milling plant ; Timber, Texas, and a circular has been sent out to the trade-containing the DWIng information about the new plant: "We take pleasure in announc- X that our new plant, located at Timber, Texas, on the G. C. ft 8. F. and P. R'jfs, In Montgomery county, Texas, Is now fully completed and In active ration. "The equipment of thin plant Is up-to-date in every particular and has the most Improved modern facilities for tur...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 2 October 1903

a y,{'' J dSaffii ■ ■ > iajif " "" $ $* If ni nrop orange, tex., friday, october 2,1903. '- '- '"■ '•• -V" ' ^ | ~ ^ V- ' ^ ^ j ■ ■ / t . ^ ■■ ^ ,___^._ "*'•. ;•■ ": ■'■'■/' > . NUM1 INICATION WITH SABINE PASS, the GREAT SOUTHEAST TEXAS DEEP WATER PORT 1 ■■■;"" ■ 1'■' ■■■,*•■ i ■ ' ■■' " 1 .... MM E. W. BROWN, y Vice President. W. H. STARK, Secy.-Treab. ft í P!« «®ÍÍ Ew® _ ¡tí' T'VV ' ' l.'" II Manufacturers of the famous Long Leaf Yellow Pine ctóís® We Make Everything an up-to-date Sawmill Can Manufacture wt «mnIíáotum í¡s% wSJll m-'yr Saw and Planing Mills ORANGE; TEXAS w Our Logs are cut at we order, Trammed to Tidewater and Always Fresh m « á ■ If you want anything in our line write us, wire us, or T1MBEBS " Not always the "cheapest but you get value received" "mk FOUR SIDES TO 14X32 ' ' ■ Y . . " : •' ■ • " ' RAILROAD MATERIAL A SPECIALTY ?!'< tov¿ \y ;■ M < ;;; "'i'' yv •-; ' ' ' ; >''*■ ' , - •• '' .y.*' : '' ' 1<T . •- • — - - .. '■■■ OUR niLLS ARE AT $«!(&...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 2 October 1903

Sudden Deaths, is disease prevailing in this moet dangerous because ao decep- | tive. Many sudden deaths aré caused by it—heart dis- ease, pneumonia, heart failure or apoplexy are often the result of kid- ney disease. I< kidney trouble is allowed toadvance the kidney-poison- ed blood will at- catarrh of [ organs, can: rK: 6 bladder, or the kidheys themselves "; down and waste away cell by cell, ddér troubles almost "always result i a derangement of the kidneys and i cure is obtained quickest by a proper atment of the kidneys. If you are feel- \ badly you can make no mistake by 'Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, tlife ■ great kidney, liver and bladder remedy-" It corrects inability to hold urine and palding'pain in passing it, and over- comes that unpleasant necessity of being elled to go often through the day, I "to get up many times during the lit. The mild and, the esctraordinary of Swamp-Root is soon Realized. ¡Stands the highest,"for its wonderfq] i of the most distressing cases. amp-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 2 October 1903

wM8tJe$B "Un" Hill f. John D. Walton, one of Beau- it' capitalists, spent Sunday to ttfjr. ' «PL.. . WW ,,, and Mr«. Etneat Cooper attend- e theatre to Beaumont Monday Itneaaing 'IThe Man Prom Mis- Rogers, managing owner of W. H. Rogers pipe line, returned afternoon from a trip to W. C. Whitney and wife, of Beeu-i it, came over Monday moraine. Mr. mtáey la In attendance on the Die- trict Court and lift. Whitney nccom- paatea htm for the pleasure of the trip. Rev. T. H. Feegan and Mr . N. 8. KelUs returned Monday morning from Deweyvllle, where they had been for the past four day* In attendanoe upon the Southeast Texas Baptist Aeeocla- Miaa Fannie Bettia went over to Beaumont Monday afternoon and •pent the night a* the guest of her «later. Mrs. P. J, Bettts, returning to Orange next morning. Mrs. 8. B. Ro^er wlfe of the well known marine engineer, hail left her farmer home la Tlmpaon and moved to Orange, where the family will mahe their future home. Mr. Roper ts at praseat engineer on...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 2 October 1903

Xetócti. hméaáa^m Iili)i«lin'iwt M A. L. FORD, Editor. Every Friday Moraine In i Building, Corner of Main Fifth Streets.. (In advance).........fl W months (in advanoe)....... 1 00 m 1 i * Advertlalng Ratos an Apalioat ion. I at th« Pottofflo* at oran u Baooad Ow Matter. ■ fe,:.'' Kf I?';.' THE OIL SITUATION. The oil situation at Orange just now ¡Jffts particularly encouraging. , On last Monday at a depth of 358 feet the Fort Vernon well two m'les south of town showing Huch^, *hvorable Indi Ions of oil that It waB decided to «ease drilling and ball the well to dis- cover what the find amounted to. '¿Drilling was suspended' until yester- day afternoon when the well was hall* , <éd and continued to show most flatter- Jag Indications of oil, but'after consul- tation. It was decided by the drillers ■md Mr. Hanford, the superintendent, to continue drilling to a greater depth, as they are confident that thl showing at this depth proves the existence of ■oil In larger quantities deeper d...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 2 October 1903

V ' ■ ' 1 if K> — m ^'C Wé _ MM, but «Mi kan et ua< removed to the hospital. te asy anything about his K tfcs solicitor asked. "Yes, be Mid he was afraid he wttM die before hit wife could rsack Im* 'p Asked if QobmIm made aajr stats- to him, Hocrt told all about the Dsfsns* objected to the .of any „ v,._ tat the ahootlnt, and this res a) ted In « toftf argument between counsel. Janea H. Tllman Is on trial for the murder of N. 0. Oossalss, editor Of the «tote, the chief newspaper of Middle «od Upper Nort h Carolina. The trial tad been set (tor Monday, April 13. At the tifas the editor wm slatn Tillman was liev^nant governor of the state, having been, elected for two years in t(W0. His term of offtce expired fiv* days after the tmgedf, when TllUnan wna in Jail, On the dar of the shooting, January 16th, Mr. (tosíales left hla offlce about 1 o'clock and was walking bom* to luaoh. it waa cold. He bad an oyer- «oat on and carried his banda in hla with the thuntbs on the out- n hablt...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 2 October 1903

■r'-v.'.yn '■ni , wfi 4«WS«®#PPÍ3RV< ACHINO KIDNEY8 Urinary troubles, Palpitation of the h«*rt, Constipation and «ton - ach disorders, yield at once to Mm It la a narveloua kidney tonic and system cleeasar, strengthens the tired kidney , helps digestion, res«- lata* the bowels. PRICE, «1.00. - SOLO BV AU. DHUOOIST . THE CAUSE OF SICKNESS. No Longer Looked Upon as "Dispensation of Providence." Uta ofae of the most hopeful signs the present ami the future of alty that the moré enlightened intelligent no longer regard pre- able sickness as a necessary evil, dispensation at Providence," or *Hhe will of God." We have grown and less superstitious than were our ancestors, though ignorance and criminal carelessness are still en- tering disease and transmitting it posterity. Parents ignorant of, Indifferent to,, the laws of health only doom themselves to intense but, worse still, also con- their children perhaps to life invalidism, or hamper them men* or physically, or in both re- for lif...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 2 October 1903

, ■ ' •' . :k m m * * Mí :-i-H V'E McCtTCHEON «♦mmiiiim M >111IM<<IM<MII I tMMMIMHH Mire come to Grsustork known I was its prince *T" * came became you were Guggvuslocker "% fff PHlp ff «11 |$| f A :¿(!, !-^,i 1'V' . • ■■ :«pih>rd would yon think of a half W*jr serosa the j for the take of a mere woman r *1 should «ay he had a great deal of abe responded coolly. "And net much sense. There la bat pi** ' woman aman would do ao much Aw, and abe cooM not bo a mere worn ta Ma «yea." Lorry' tocé wan white nod his eyea gleamed a* be mried tbla bold conclusion at ber. "Bspecially when be kvirnn (bat (be M a princees!" aaid abe. bet voice ao ! ; «oM and repellent tbat his eyea «tosed Involuntarily. aa If an unexpected bor •or bod oom« before them "You mint Mt toll mo tbat yon corno to see me "Bat t did fom* to aee yon. and «ml ' royal highness tbe Prince** ietlve Graustark How was 1 to knowf: Mp v * M^O IiUpUlnlVil|r. ííitat 'if' **« i yon err no laager ignorant.'1 «be aald. l...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 2 October 1903

from Pij# One.) Aim _, -. '" M . . . ■■ ■"■•. ..y'f^H^í^í put until the middle of next week. Olaude L. Nabera, of the Turner & >}aberB Lumber company, < * ~ sxas, was In Chicago on «a business trip this week. His ooncern makes a alty of railroad ties, bridge' timbers, piling, etc, and has an annual capad d output of over 50,000,000 feet. The company has recently purchased a m: Vim, Texas, located Ave miles south oí Nacogdoches, that State, on the Dal extension of the Texas ft New Orleans railroad. The plant has bean re- modeled and rebuilt and will now cut 50,000 feet of lumber dally. The planing ¡11 of the Turner & Nabers Lumber company has recently been moved from imont to Vim, Texas. ' j^re Comino to >nmg$ By Rail. . Thé Orange ft Northwestern railroad began Wednesday to deliver logs at Orange for the Kirby Lumber company, the first two log trains bringing down 64 cars. The-roU'way has not yet been constructed at the head of the mill booms; where the logs are dum...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 9 October 1903

fW m ! , P ',r mmm :>!\")>'ty. . , rl f -1 yy'Á l|n. '¿¿ B|. «if" i Removed, Mí no address. v'vfSl 5#® " m orange, twii friday, october 9.1903. á? <to^' ' ■" ■' ■' " \V^ NUMBER 20 ||fe«V ;,. i;: /r WITH SABINE , the OREAT 80UTHEAST TEXA8 DEEP WATER PORT '* W- L'lill I jti. J. LtJT Sk; «:MÉ I to e. w. bbówn, W. H. STARK, Secy.-Treas. vice president ...... y *+■ ^ ■ & «*. : - ¿¿mm MANUFACTURERS OF THE FAMOUS Long Leaf Yellow Pine .| W Star and Crescent Saw and Planing Mills We Make Everything an up-to-date Sawmill C*n Manufacture, i ■•;■,■.■ yy.:i\ W8 MANUFACTUM If you want anything ') in our tine wrtie ua, wire ui, or phone ui ORANGE, TEXAS Our Logs are cut as we order, Trammed to Tidewater and Always Fresh "Not always the cheapest ijfe **■" ' . but you get value received" dressed four sides to 14x32 • j RAILROAD MATERIAL A SPECIALTY mwm 01®!'!- —n WMMm *'j * - "f ' I /' *' " *1'^/ -"". " " .. - - r\ ¡mm -sVi >UVMi • *1' / • Ls • t . i',. ..'/it ft. BBDBLL MOOR*, PNtS...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 9 October 1903

If i, GET UP WITH A I, AME BACK? Trouble Makes Toa Miserable. Almost everybody who rewls the newa- in sure to know of the wonderful cures made by Dr. Kilmer's Swamp- Btoot, the great' kid- ney, liver and blad- der remedy. It is the grebt med- ical triumph of the nineteenth century; d iscovered after years of scientific research by Dr, Kilmer, the eminent kidney and bladder specialist, and is wonderfully successful iu promptly curing lame back, acid, catarrh of the bladder and ight's Disease, which is the worst _rm of kidney trouble. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root is not rec- "[' ommended for ^ery thin^butif you have kidney, liver orbladder trouble it will be .found just the remedy you need. It has been tested in so many ways, in hospital work and in private practice, and has proved so successful in every case that a Special arrangement has been made by which all readers of this paper, who have not'already tried -it, may have a sample bottle sent freé by mail, also a book tell- ing more abo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 9 October 1903

v.-r-v . O.:V': ■}>: ■ ~ m ——r .« H. Bruce, a prominent physl- of «o«r Lake, la here spending a " y« with his brother, City Attor- L. Bruce. 'í : Attorney R. K. Smith, of Beaumont, Sunday here, the guest of Hon. L. Robertson. 1 1" érlMti hM returned from week*' vfnit to Ma «on, Will in Calhoun county. He reporta tice crt>p ia that district. mm John C. Robertson arrived Sunday from Kosse to accept a position with g the Orange Rice Mills Co. Richard Bert, of Kosse, la spending • few days la Orange with friends. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Robertson pe- tamed Sunday evening from a several «aya' visit to Meads la Beaamoat. Note m No. «, 7 o'clock a. of aehednle on South- It affects hat one train, saches Oraage at instead of T;SS a. m. as J. Lee Herford was la the city this week from Woodburg, up the Sab- ine, ta LMHtfaaa. Mr. Hertord la an old Baylor University hoy, hat la now postmaster, merchant, real estate maa, ItlAalnil * * KaI.Iaw ti r, afl a—' t# wwt — - UIMIOQ IHWQ DOIuci, ftCrWrl,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 9 October 1903

mm A. L. FORD, Editor. -lied «very Friday -Moraine In Rein Building, Corner of Mulp , Fifth .Streets. year (in advance).. $1 80 months (in advance) 100 vertlelng Re*is en Anpilnatlon I at th« Pottofflo* «J, Ortnee m Becoad i Matter .The Rice Market. -Dan TalmageB' Sons' Co., New York, rts: . A good demand prevails for this cer and recoiptr ave ta lairger demand wider assortment. TJfié ¿enera!- ilr weather during the liarvesfc tinio ,'i far has resulted in exceptionally quality in grades offering—the market being .relieved from the pres- tare which the presence of "oft styles" „ always enttillB^ AtTiyala_ have been mostly placed In advance, or sold from dock, very little being put In store, vfjjjMknw spot stock for immediate deliv- ery or shipment Is far below normal. Advices from the South note enlarg- ing receipts on the Atlantic coast and corresponding activity In distributing circles. At New Orleans demand is active, fully up to the maximum for the Reason and widespread as to loc...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 9 October 1903

V.. i.Á]ILL''hUí&M'k'rí ,'• 'ví-; rWÍWSiíS*! 'mw; ñs THE ORANGE LEADER. I Big Well at Nome. •xhibit at ' B)P*3 v j '/i si PÍMBK f ~"r '?•—' ■ ff . • Oct 12 Mm ntry Brothers' B&r, m f, ■ • 1 Httft Mwimf ot Huttdredi of Actors and Actresses ! Glittering with the grandeur of baronial and kinyly Splendor ! A WHOLE TRAIN LOAD OF ARMOR ! AoMutrement*. Paraphernalia and Seeneryl Nature's Strangest, Host Wonderful and Most Curious Forms of Animal Life. Arenk Contests of Classic Dignity and Blood Stirring: Nature. . . • ". • ' ' . t _____ See Don Juan Loop the Loop.on His Automobile A PERFECT CARNIVAL of Areal Specialties-Men of Strength, Daring and Agility,—Women of Beauty, Grace and Skill. The Most Sensational Trained Animal Acts ever1 Introduced. THE MOST OVERWHELMINGLY MAGNIFICÉNT PARADE + + 4* The following account from •{• today'* Houston Poet, of the •$. sensational oil finds In the *j* cinitjr of Nome will possess add- •}• ed Interest to the people of this 4* immedíate sectio...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 9 October 1903

pm UDNEYS more deaths than nlletp. Their symptoms not alarming, hence they are neglected and ily become d auger «pa. Prickly Ash Bitters Is a kidney medicine ,oi ' great value; it strengthens the kidneys, allays inflam- mation, eases backache and •nests the progress of the disease. It is an honest ' remedy that can be depend- ed on. AT ALL DRUGGISTS. PRICE, 11.00. ILLNE88 OF A JUROR. a Delay In the Tillman Trial— May Proceed with Elevan Jurara. Lexington, 8. C„ October 6.—The I continued illness of one of the jurors the case of J. H. Tillman neceBsitat- aq adjournment of the trial this ling when court convened. The physician of the juror stated that he could not promise when his patient B will be able to attend court. He is suffering with a bilious fever. Judge Gary adjourned court until to- morrow morning, stating that if the Juror was not well then it will be de- netl what would be done. It Is Baid that the case could con- tinue with eleven Jurora by agreement of both Bides. A PAT...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 9 October 1903

ft.' ü ".-.v. v.. . ORANGE LEADER. 71 : I!: ...I 0 !• Í ■ 0 ' HI MeCUTCNEON nit F CHAPTER Wit mnn uoon u> vorurur. OB two days Lorry lived through intermittent stages of delight and despondency. Hi recovery from the ««retí of tbe blow administered by Dannox was naturally rapid, bit strong yeúng constitution «omine to the rescue bravely. He aaw aracb of the princesa, more of the Countess Dagmar, and made tbe ac- ^naintance of many lords and ladiea for wbem be cared but little except when tbey chose to talk of tbeir girlish mler. Tb* atmosphere of the castle Waa laden with a depression tbat could not be overcome by an assimilated «ayety. Tbe princess coahl not hide the trou- ble tbat bad sprang up lamber eyes. Bet laugh, her gay conversation, her rate composure and gentle hauteur were powerieea to drive" a tray the , haunted, worried gleam in those ex- presftiv* eyes or blue. Lorry bad It on hi* tongue's end a dozen times during tbe next day or so after tbe count's narrative to que...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 9 October 1903

== Ifii; With die Lumbennen. " , *' v 1' '■', • ** • r* " * (Continued from Pas« One.) 'mm that heavy railroad orders for ties have tended, In a way, to restrict i production of yard stock, particularly dimension. At Beaumcmt mill men i figure up orders for over 1,000,000 ties, representing, say some, 40,- ;®00 feet, that have been placed in the last sixty days or thereabouts. Prices i now especially good on square edge ties, and fair on hearts. The following quotations, based on an lM4c rate, are from the price list«of a leading Texaá mill company, and may be regarded as fairly representative of lie market views of manufacturers in that State for certain classes of stock: I common flooring, 17; 2 by 4, 10 to 24 feet, |1SV;2 by 6 and 8, same hs, $15; 1 by 4 and 6, same lengths, |15. , The price situation, though, It is only fair to say,. Is Influenced by the car supply inore largely than by any other factor. If all mills'had excellent rail- road service at this time, prices would pr...

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