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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 30 October 1903

| apon tli* optic nervdand you will relieve that HEADACHE the Strain? piü I We will be glad to tell yoa If we may examine your eye*, and the examining will be free. If eyegtaaeea or apecta- clee yoa need, we will tell yoa CO; if not, we will ed* viae yoa your needs. But the finding of your trouble willooet you nothing with a* AAA JOE LUCAS. Tie Palace Jewelry Store 1Mb .lull nil III lt.lt I III t I ttl t M. 1 Local and Personal, j ■II lilt I 1 I « i I ill I I W. C. Sboop spent Sunday at Vinton Mnong friend*. ; Horace Sweat, of Beaumont, spent Sunday bere visiting friends. A. Van Dykenboven apent Sunday from Bebo visiting Ms family. to look after «orne ricé land*, he !• interested. Tom. K. Giles. of Jennings, La. «pent ~a*day and today here vialtlng hla •later, who return home to Waco this evening. Miaa Pauline Rand, a popular younf society lady, of Alexandria, arrived Sunday to spend the week visiting the Misses Ball, Their numerous friends will regret to héar of the departure of Mi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 30 October 1903

******** MR &MX Fit ...By... . GEORGE BARR McCUTCHEON OopwrtQht, -mí, by Herifert S. SUm« Before leavtut; their room thoy heard evidencea of commotion In tlie hotel and were apprehensive lest the 111 • mates had learned of the duel and ¡ware making ready to follow the light- era to the appointed spot; There was a confusion of volees, the sound -"-VMy friend." said Dangloss Blowly, dreadtui atfairr v uy are we rumien off heré like criminals?" asked Lorry, a feeling of cruel" gladness «rowing out of the knowledge that Lorenz was dead nnd that the princess was freed from her compact. la# feet, the hanging of doors, the noise Increiujlng us the two men stepped Into the open hall. They were amazed to see half dressed. men and women standing pr running about the halls, Intense excitement In their faces and In their notions. White uiy£ormed policemen were tilling' Iñío'Tlre corri- dors. RoIdlers, coatíes and Itatless, fresh from their beds, came dashing upon the scene. There ^cre excit...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 30 October 1903

,<'1 ^ JftJL.HR aStNwJbdi '?•■!•>■ • THK ORANGE L ■XkDER, mm * . i 11 848, 881, 888, 888, Braeéway. It6* lit, It*, IÍ6, Mercer St. MAIL ORDERS GIVEN PROMPT ATTENTION RACKET, STORE AUCTION MERCHAIN DISE. YOU A SLAVE OF THE ' -Stfv* "W'l SYSTEM ? Better quit at once. There is Money for*you in doing so. Mató it your business to investigate our business. Shop arouricl, gó to the biggest, the best ánd the cheapest, then come here and see how easily we beat them all. We don't sell anything unless we can áell it lower than all others ask. SOME OF THIS WEEK'S . p- Butter Molds . — <• . ...... 14c Rolling Pins .., •.. 9c Sifters from 14c down to 9c One and one half Gallon Buckets, covered.. 20c Óne Gallon Buckets, covered 12c Half Gallon Buckets, covered üc One PlnteBnckels, covered 5c One Gallon Coffee Pots.. — — 18c Three quarter Gallon Coffee Pot— 14c Ha If Gallon Coffee Pots........ 12c One Pint Coffee Pots 9c Pie Plates, two for * 5c Large sixe Stew Pans 18c Smaller site 12Cdow...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 30 October 1903

r m t'' & , .. With the Lumbermen. (Continuad from Pane Ona.) jmpt deliveries. Practically^all the correspondence received harps on this one subject, and wholesaler -say. that they are having more trouble with thla Single proposition than with all of the other trade features combined. It has reached the point where many of the retailers are placing Identically the «ame orders with two or more mills, under the belief that thoy can use all of the stock and that they will secure part of^lt early If the order Is divided. St. Louis wholesalers regard it as an Indication of light ret 11 stocks when so many orders are conditioned upon quick dellverles-.^Practlcally all of the mills are In the same fix. howeyeY. and while they are doing their utmost to take care of the demand the delays are beyond their control. Mills located at Junction points ar^e fairly weir supplied with cars, but all others are In serious trouble. Lumber shipments are subjected to serious delays after the cars begi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 6 November 1903

m 1 mZ k 1L I it^ VOLUME 15 ORANGE, TEX., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6,1903. NUMBER 24- DIRECT WATER COMMUNICATION WITH SABINE PASS, THE GREAT "SOUTHEAST TEXAS DEEP WATER PORT H. J. LUTCHER, President. E. W. BROWN, VipE President. W. H. STARK, Secy.-The as. fes?-1 a WITH THE LUMBERMEN .¿a* The Lumber Reporter's Peregrinations °v.®f the Sawdust Roads MANUFACTURERS OF THE FAMOUS ,. . • /■ yu'• ■ ^ ■ . Calcasieu Long Leaf Yellow Pine Wc Make Everything an up-to-date Sawmill Can Manufacture WC MANUPAOTURK If you want anything tn our line write u«, wire us, or . phone ui Star and Crescent Saw and Planing Mills ORANGE, TEXAS SHIPMENTS FOR OCTOBER. Lutcher & Moore Lumber Co. Rail shipments, rought. ;v. 766,110 Rail shipments, rough— ." 766,110 Water shipment .... 208,638 KIrby Lumber Co., Bancroft mill. Rail shipments, rough and dressed 2,540,844 Water shipments......... ...... 662,064 Orange Lumber Co. Rail shipments, rough Rail shipments, dressed.. 472,550 2,242,314 4,833.681 3,202,908 2,714,8...

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

w PAPER MAKING INDUSTRY. .G. Goodell, of Orange Tex* , Talk* About It. sea-Democrat. G. Goódell, president of the Or: je Paper company, Orange, Texas, >11] be one of the delegates to the ■ ftour States' Immigration League con- tention, which will meet here TJovem- ber 9 and 10. The delegates who will gather In this city on that occasion will consider ( many and various makers pertaining to the Industrial development of the . States 4n the League, which are Louis- iana. Texas, Mississlppl 'and Alabama. Every phase of industrial life In these four great States will receive its share of consideration. The meeting at Orange Saturday night when the Progressive League of that thriving little city discussed In- dustrial matters, was significant In that it Illustrated the alertness and ac- tivity of the business men of Orange. The Progressive league ts working along lines that will add to. its strength and usefulness and bring forth results "that will Inure, to the credit of the organiza...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 6 November 1903

•' -4 in 'tí,;.''idé,¡¿kíi:«iMmt'• ¿j¡m¿ NQE LEADER. Two Dayt. on . ■ AN EXCHANGE OF IDEA8 As to How to Run the City Govern- ment Without Funds^«r The Daily Tribune of last Satur- day contained the following interest- ing account of a meeting at the leading citizenB with the city council: and when hte time came to pay for j0,1 possibilities in Orange county a: it they were 148,000 to the bad. They <he Southwest were, however, not rié| gave^the city's notes for-.the amount, i lected. and, to the best of his knowledge and In succession then, came spe< belief, the notes are still In the pos- of the Stt™e tenor by B. W. Poole, session of the unfortunates wh,o ac- or George W. Bancroft, Judge J cepted them, as it was beyond the! Holland, J. W. Link, W. H. Stark, city's power lawfully to give notes. i W- D. Bettis, Hon. R. L. Robertson, At this stage "Gene" Bancroft arose Hon (leo: E. Holland and E. O. Good- and intimated thát IT this was offered e" Business Before Baseball. An old ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 6 November 1903

©range Xeat>er A. L. FORD, Editor. led Every Friday Morning In Rein Building, Corner of Main and Fifth Streets. year (In advance).. fl 50 months (Jn advance) 1 00 Advertising Rates en Application. Cater Ad st the Poatoffloe at Orases as Baoesd CIsm Matter. RESOURCES OF TE*A£. Wonderful Development of Guadalupe County. Written by Louis J. Worthani for the Soflthern Pacific for distribution throughout the world. Guadalupe county was organized July 13, 1846, with 651,426 acres of fertile territory embraced within its boundaries. In 1849, Solms. a German prince, located a colony of his coun- trymen in Comal county, adjoining Guadalupe count;'. The descendant* of these pioneers, who came to Texas not alone to better their fortunes, but to satisfy their inherent passion for liberty, were the first settlers in Guadalupe county to lay the founda- tions oí that feltiisenfihlp, IndUBtri.and development which have made It ond of the thriftiest and most productive counties In the State. The ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 6 November 1903

the Unes of the "New and "New Woman." bring* us something <julte new ols.sconlinuclly fall; tome once loved have grown eed- antlque to-day are not followed at all. ot all innovations that ever were known ? the dawn Of creation bogan, woman," so we must earnest- ly by far most Important to man. baa taken up politics, science and art < The New Baby. There la nothing she cannot explain: wbleh aba used to bestow thougbt en her heart *b*brmJrr *Mmc*''rrth devoto - to bar lonekeepinc, with all of It* duties and •ares, •be has wholly discarded, and so, Ite beyon<l all d now quite beyond uc iirti m. The oid-taahioned baby must go: •a. new there's a real "Vsrytat" need (gat th« pun ") Of a *elf>ral*iag baby, a child Sfeat <• « fix it* own bottle and bake tta own bun. ■ >, A kind that will *.-.rt of grow wild: ML real self-made baby wno never need kftOW , •uch a thing- a* a mother about, A tf-ugh little brick who can hoe his tr*ogh 1 iSI i rosa^tbe^da^r the sun hatches * out...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 6 November 1903

éní =========== GRAUSTARK ... By ... GEORGE BARR McCUTCHEON v , Oop*rt(jh(, 1901. by Herbert 8. Stone ■ PS EÜ •'He is , uo'Vowai'd!1' thundered An gulsb,< startling both \vomen with Ills vehemence. "1 say l,ie did not Ulll tin*, prince, but I'll Ktake my life he would hnve done so had they met this morn- lag." Vfje may ho able to clear himself," suggested the countess nervously. "And he "muy not; no there you have - it. What chance hav.e ttifió Americans over here with everybody agattist us'.'" "8to|>! You shall not sav that! He. ■ball have full .justice uwiny^ cost, and there is one here who Is í>ót ágáirisf him!" cried the princess, with Hashing eyes. "I am aware that everybody admires him because he has done OruiistarU a service in ridding' it of something ob- noxious—a prospective husband. Hut that does not get him out of jail." "You are unkind again." said the princess slowly. "1 chose my husband, and you assume touch when you inti- mate .that I am glad because he was ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 6 November 1903

== mm ORANGE LEADER. a+04H*a4O4MM*+a4O4O+04MMO+a+a.MH- 'M>l,+a*e*a*0*HM'a+a*e*e*a*a+e+0+0*«S NEW TOM HEADQUARTERS: 548, 881, 883, 888, Bramlway. • 120, 188, 124, 128, Marctr St. RACKET STORE MAIL ORDERS GIVEN PROMPT ATTENTION AUCTION MERCHANDISE. sa YOU A SLAVE •« CREDIT ma- ™:;r Better quit at once. There is Money for you in doing so. Make it your business to investigate our business. Shop around, go to the biggest, the best and the cheapest,4:hen come here and see how easily we beat them all. We don't sell anything unless we can sell it lower than all others ask. SOME OF THIS WEEK'S SPECIALS: r*— Batter Molds 14c Rolling Pin .. .. . .... 9c Sifter* from 14c down to 9c One and one-half Gallon Backets, covered.. 20c One Gallon Buckets, covered 12c Half Gallon Buckets, covered <.. 9c One Pint Buckets, covered .J. js. — Be One Gallon Coffee Pots 18c Three quarter Gallon Coffee Pot 14c Half Gallon Coffee Pots 12c One Pint Coffee Pots ; 9c Pie Plates, two for 5c Large sise Stew Pa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 6 November 1903

With the Lumbermen. j (Continued from. Page One.) |¡S g *v - # tf ^ ^ Ü !!'' ,lv; •• • : ■ Pi wí m The Orange Lumbar Compuny has cleaned its booms of water hyacinths for four miles, from the tower end of the Wlngate booms to the upper end of the Gilmer booms, and acres upon acres of the pests have been s^ept out of the river into lake Sabine, the current having been sufficiently strong to keep them moving after they were turned out of the booms. H. S. FUson, local manager for Alexr. Oilmer, spent a day up at the lemon Lumber company's plant this week He reports considerable delay in ship- ments because of Inability tp secure cars as needed, Sante Fe cara especially having been in very limited supply for the past two or three weeks. F. J. Bettis, manager pf the Bettls Manufacturing company, of Beaumont, was an Orange visitor thi^ week, spending a day here with his parents, Capt. and Mrs. I. H. Bettis. Mr. Bett.is reports business good with his plant, whiéh is órowded with orders for ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 13 November 1903

, nmv i wm, mm PmsÉü : - r.... VOLUME IB ORANGE, TEX., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER IS, 1903. DIRECT WATER COMMUNICATION WITH SABINE PASS, THE GREAT S0UTHEA8T TEXA8 DEEP WATER PORT ■WWW. H. J. LUTCHER, President. B. W. BROWN, IRO1 Vfoi W H.-STARK,. VtcE Prrsident. Secy.-Treas. MANUFACTURERS OF THE FAMOUS Calcasieu Long Leaf Yellow We Make Everything an up-to-date Sawmill Can Manufacture WK MANUPAOTUIIK and Crescent Saw and Planing Mills V' J i ESS -MK J, S. SONKKR. S.W.WIEi. J. r. HELMS. VMjfrHMMt. HCriMTriM. Él ^ y^Y1 r^fhg'^" \ i H' .Va ;;;p I I «i ■KIvaHiHHH ti«s are unsurpassed handling of ! solicit Invite deal- irompt 'Mi Q. RRDRIX MOORS, : NIIIMNT ANO TNKASUNSR. j. R. craddock, MAMAttCN. Our Logs are cut at we order, T. ' Trammed to Tidewater and Always Fresh If you want anything in our line write us, wire u«, or phone u« "Not always the cheapest but you get value received" ORANGE, TEXAS RAILROAD MATERIAL A SPECIALTY OUR FULLS ARE AT ORANGE . JL f Srmc £.<MR! sSrm d HE? ... M. T. Jones...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 13 November 1903

XX1XZ.XXXXXZZZ3XS GRAUSTARK GE0RG6 BAM McCUTCHEON B ruin CHAPTER XIX. TaK SOLDIER. FF went the carriage with a dash, the rum Ule of its wheel* Joining In the grewsome roar of the element*. For some the two sat speechless side by Outside the thunder rolled, the i j swirled and hissed, the wind > hanl*rt and all the horrors of nature crowded Into the blackness of thrilling night Lorry wondered vaguely, whither they werT going, why had SMU no flashes oMlghtnlng. If hi should ever see her again. His was busy with a thousand thoughts and qaeries. "Where are we going?" he asked aft- er they had traveled half a mile or so. "To a place of safety." came the re- from the darkness beside him. "Thanks," he said dryly. "By the don't you have any lightning In part or the world? 1 haven't seen • flash tonight" ; "It Is very rare," came the brief re- •ay- "Devilish uncommunicative," thought Starry. After a moment be asked. IHow far do we travel tonight?" "A number of miles." "Then I'm going to.t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 13 November 1903

üffil J •«!. ! mm mMmmmsm I PIP?, ¡ "■ft y— \7Í$?S %.,.••• jr. 'WW . ... Ife;« ■MMMi NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY fcj y,';.1, 4§ra, V; ■#, '"• aa inwN th« Cow Bayou TWjr ami to the To a< « .thai farm: Taw- r. «M aaeka: Wednesday, * ; r. «St. The machine was ninety ualveraally •y (kit baa had tka tbeoa* bhhri a# nay axllrtu la tka lMt lor the cata of ||^ throat without hw**g Hi aU tfcea "yean, light a Wk Day tine*. "I was taken lewreljr sick with kid- ney trouble. I tried a'l aorta of medl- of which relieved He. On® day I aw aa ad. of your Electric Bit- tan aad deteraUaed to try that. Attar takiag a few d have not Neighbor* of Thlaia C druggist. B r Only I fait relieved, aad entirely curad, i a alck day aince. have been cured of Ever aad Wd- debillty." of Premoat, N. WctlB. COTTON STATISTICS. Thla Year's «Inning •haw* a Shortage af hatea. Waahlacton, Nov. 7^-Bultotln.—The mums Bureau today Issued a bulletin i the cotton ginned from the growth af the precast year up to October It. The ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 13 November 1903

ffliiWWIpi; • * % iitimmmÜSÜiS Éffc «;-é ••'f.^';. SEVERAL ORDERS AND MANY BILL.8 PASMO UPON. MEET AGAIN MONDAY To Receive the Petition of Property Owners for Improvement of County Roads. Lutcher ft P. F. Eastln 30.00 The court having finished all of the work before them adjourned until Monday when they will take Into con- sideration tbe petition for a county road ttoild election. Absolutely Pure 7H&E IS NO SUBSTITUTE Cbe ©ranee Xeat>er A, L. FORD, Editor. m. Published Every Friday Morning the Rein Build ins, Corner ef : and Fifth Street . in advance). One year (in Six months (iU advanoe). .*18# . 1 «0 Advertising Rates an Application. ■btared at th« PoatoOm at Oraasa aa Baoaad Cteaa Matter. is It Is a ^conceded fact that good roads are an essential ' necessity to the welfare of every county and do more than any other one thing to bring the towns and rural communi- ties Into closer relationship with each other. The necessity for good roadB has existed in Orange county to a mo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 13 November 1903

■;: .y:' v^w«v ;■.•■ •■ ™' 1 w&Rjlp pp ™ '" " MI1"" 1 11 ssss* ¡hB|P MfflmmamKm 101 liaobk. " "'■•■'•• ••"■('• ■•'- ■•'•-- /•■•'. ¡. vW-v*> WEEK BARGAINS ■ ' I MONDAY, NOVEMBER 16,-TO SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21 THE BUYING PUBLIC sp*1 m 1 I §;t, •'"I r 1 •i « life - « AVE ALREADY LEARNED that they can find extraordinary yaitíes át our Big Closing Out Sale, and the I I announcement of a week of UNHEARD-OF PRICE-CUTTING following the phenominal selling of the past ten days, will be looked upon as a veritable lucky Strike for the bargain-hunter. In going through the jbig Graves, Bland & Co. Bankrupt Stock we have found many lines broken, and some goods such as Gloves, Shoes, Velvets, Cashmeres, and the like, slightly damaged. The injury to these goods is hardly perceptible to any but an expert, yet we wish to rush them out as rapidly as possible, and will REDUCE THE SELLING PRICE FAR BELOW FIRST COST. a a a a a a a a a a r piif- [ - i \ Pí'1"!5 *•. . ■ MS :■ A Reduction of 25 to 5...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 13 November 1903

-■ i:. if ludia the color of dangMv whether on the semaphore or on the akin. When the fkee ia reddened by eruption*, when hods break out on the body, or the angry red of aorea end ulcers ie displayed .in the flesh, it ia nature's Manger signal. The blood ia obstructed and tainted by impurities, and there can be no safety until the. blood ia made eiy i ... .1.. t ad removes the effete matter which leal Disco ve ! pure. Dr. -Piercer-Golden Med- purifles the blood, t effete matter which clogs-and corrupts it. It cures pim- ples, boils, eczema, scrofula, sores, ulcers and other consequences of impure blood. • "I (m1 neatly thankful for what roar medicine nardaae for me," write* Mrs. Cha*. Hood, of Kalkaska, Mich. «I dif- fered with scrofula of the head for twelve years. Tried every kind of medicine that I heard of but found no cure. a*w anything like it. doctorad with icy neve: t. The last doctor I applying to you.I aot every day. Wo* a* mWablr that I was unable to do any work at all. A...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 13 November 1903

IP* :>¡>f Mi *m ' j *ÍP $, í ftfsW ' ií "1 S' ¥ I tí .i. da. f mt > ?TfTW WTff 1 . Jppl AUCTION MERCHANDISE. ÜM t££li^$£ SSS lor To-day, To-morrow and the Day Alter. A An Unusual Bargain Time. A The Goods leaves no Room for Comment $ Note the Prices H MAIL ORDERS GIVEN PROMPT ATTENTION iff PI KK f 1 ' — wmm LADIES' STYLISH SKIRTS Fiiie all wool Mel- ton cloth, 7 gore , each gore has 5 rows stitching around bottom of hips, trimmed wltb fancy points,colors oxford, blue and brown. They sell the world over for $ 5 .50 , our price ...... ..$8.95 Mel ton cloth, stiched bottom* trimmed frith straps and buttons at top of skirt, go- ingat.. 8.20 Black Cheviot, trimmed with satin in pretty designs, while t liey last at $8.00, $2.75, ft.20, down to .....95c L ad les' Wool Fascinators From 89c, 84c, 28, down to. ....16c Best Table Oil Cloth Gotnfi per yard at ; .• • * * f .m .. .10c- Ladies toats Kersey cloth, castor collar, with velvet collar, satin fined; must be seen to be admired; ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 13 November 1903

— With the Lumbermen. (Continued from P«8* One.) want business very badly to go after It," Mr. Walden said. "The manufact- urer who gets the short rates gets the benefit of It." In response to questions by Commissioner Mayfleld, Mr. Walden said that after the change In rates referred to his company got business In other territory, and hence did not go after the North Texas business. Mr; Colquitt remarked that railroads had been taking caré of Industries on their lines by asking fqr special rates and not taking care of other In dustrles. Mr. Fyfe of the Cotton Belt asked: "Where does that condition exist out' side of the Texas & Néw Orleans? Haa-the Cotton Belt done anything .of the kind? ¡'w Mr. Colquitt—"it exists to the extent that It is getting tiresome to me." This closed the discussion of lumber. The lumbermen in attendance upon the hearing today were: Tom .Foster Üngton-MlUer Lumber Company, C. B. Wfelden of the Sabine Tram ihd Lum- M. Rockwell of the M. T. Jones Lumber Co...

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