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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 17 July 1903

L #■-• U' ^\í¿ í'iíSltf'' : a-'^Kr[ &% ■"v/,' '■ ' '*• ■ , ,,g : 'Jfpif '• * Í^vjj|{J '' ' ( '"*1« ' ' 3i>k' ■ Sv|4á;.3'^'-"JSHÍÍ? temffl ■Ml tall Moo- a visit to the tmañypf har r. ft. C. MeClaaahaa. at ~ " _ r fair maid moves caa only Mir ';iilir'|M|||jl Jiftii will lack oao ol its while Psarl to absent Mw. W. B. Simmons ton m M ntndid social and vftft to Call aad Klrbjr- DrX D. _ i/IHl: Port Arthur, ha] " the ■ lAl tar a law ■•Baaae- ¡P Baltl- rtpmntaUf* of Oraags " 1. p, p. «k«. | r. .tío# president of Co., the «all known druggists, *«ut m os dar fa fluwHnt«nii*iit of ths Orange paper mills oar a i tract for ckasletli to to asad ta ■ TP^^fPfTrí^ :.í.;s Mrs. a. 1L Aadras, who has teen .—.; ■, 1 i ^ iPRú fj,HvH®^PP^Pl ,-iefc Tussdey moraine for sd lakt *limrttf. La, to V«lt har stoter and othsr relativas for a law day* bstee^ratarnlag to hsr esumont bona. Mrs. PraukHagendora sad childma weat to Port Arthur Tuesday on the Uwreaee. They will spend iNm time thsrs with Mrs.Grae...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 17 July 1903

w 'ñ She *ln reor. of , Of the*ock-Is- 1/1 provide tor three will be aperat- o, pvt ta entire bar- Memphis is 4>f>lnt for one or two bonis will have *11 ty one or two, and ¡•fjrleans one each, the major part of id and the Prlseo intact* while be made up of and of new Unes [ s, It is said, will be ■' Island, the Prisco Jlemphls and New Ww|rtSI coHsist of the í'itern Illinois linea, t and Southeast- and Gulf, existing " > Choctaw, Okla- Rock Island, and ma will be «^barbecue on the lift, The oltiaení «TK^wíiwillor an- 4se soon and begin preparation* tor which win bring more peo- Bum ton ever been here be- toife. The camp. whUe only, a year old, is quite a large one, and all seem to take a great deal "of Interest in the or. gahitatiok 1*h% Sons'and Daughter! of «he Confederacy will likely organ- ize at the titulé of the reunion. '< pi !! Wm -noon, the traotetí to the which aré going up in iüt th* warn to he tbe olty It la a ed cottage of will fee fitted with known to Hollan...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 17 July 1903

m If W «MM ' y- mm rT'Etl I |.i-'-. ■■'V.V/.; f«E — City* Financial Condition. have nothing at of th. wül be M lata .th* yet ready to re- mum a* this mwlttM reporta will be pabllahed lor in tntoreet- Her T rror\ •mar ai * Mock PHIHHMMI ¿i "'lihiiia i HiiA. 'i'-lBOW, Frlcmy liter- a rala of twanty Wrfli. i to ba handi ft. t. i lisa tor each for high niwn the 27th Hit . m an and not era# not to many In- oút to tha Bita. Atm public «ai «nt many hOepltaHty of and tb« other offl- fltB teat, between the ' watcbea, for a prise of 41 liberty. A fifteen mln- aa jwt pleaae nee, em ■pooo race, potato moa, sack raoe, «Me mmtlñM coñtmt. tbré* boxta* oooiMti of three rounda each, wrestling and raoe fireéaded the in- Than came the luncheon, to all the ore* aa it would be at the beat hotel. In the afternoon the fishing of fi out of a tub, a high Jump, hurdle raoe, broad lump, tun pointer*, gun load' tag oontaat, cutter raoe, aniline mm, obfttfcei* vtci. brotd «word oo&tnt. WHOHMMV iwv) wauwu n*...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 17 July 1903

é 7 / in i'orl WM in the■ ■ ■ _ jgMKt will Wthe < long to connect with Still ad. now under constructic being turned toward Mexicotau and lit is .quite like §0Wm mm iber of the recently /organized Enter- 7, has gone to Alexandria, Lai., where a or the mill to be erected by this company, Beuhler'r visit being to lay out the site for the the work Of construction. Contracts for the íery were placed some time ago and by the time .he 'machinery will begin to arrive. Mr. Beuhler L^upervise the construction df the mill, which is to "Me circular mill with a daily capacity of 128,000 ^ He says that it is bis intention to have the mill n within ninety days, unless something unfore- Jrent, and if any one can do this, Mr.'JBeuhler is • expefience in this line especially fitting him is/the intention of the ^company to build two w a capacity of 125,000 feet daily, both of which rom the Mg tract of timber land recently pur- Js, impany; ' —!—p " . ' 6r t^n, of the Petty & Brown Lumber company...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 24 July 1903

wmmmm ' "mí - - '• ■ • íayP^Wím-' JSP, ,. ; .'r: ;;.vi :■' \v^,f''::í ■Kk^^S X $¡fi S 15 £: X ¿piw I -I. ■I I- ORANGE, TEX., FRIDAY, JÜLY 24,1903. ■fnii^Vili M -i- DIRECT WATER 00MMUNI0ATI0N WITH SABINE PA88, THE GREAT SOUTHEAST TEXAS DEEP WATER PORT PSfflpfc' ■ J. LUTCHER, Prkbiobmt. W. a STARK, SKCY.Treas. WN, President. i 4 IBSÍ5ST- *?■ • MANUFACTURERS OF THE FAMOUS Saw and Planing Mills ORANGE, TEXAS IIS We "Make Everything an up-to-date / Sawmill Can Manufacture at /,f\ If you want anything' in our line* write ui, wire yi, or phone ui ' Our Logs are cut as we order,; Trammed - to Tidewater and Always* Fresh + ** ** . \ "Not always the cheapest . v* £ut you get value received" ' ■:1 " TIMBERS DRES&D FOUR SIDES TO 14X32 ■ . -hS RAILROAD MATERIAL A SPECIALTY •V... .... s: •r .. "1 Si "1 pui^ riiLLS ARE AT ORANGE 1 . Y Toí ®rt!« Cypress *;• > > Shlnglegfrom . '..J ' ' V •• • ■. ■■ • . . Louisiana.. M. T. Jones Lumber Co. m HO U ST ON, TÍE XA S. ' 'V ' -• a: vt ■"> d■ \...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 24 July 1903

i*wy who rigar a moke with- hue of good litera- 1 h \ i '■ ' I quito follow froo.i' £ald the man wbo np with {You've had no oe- \ the market valúe erel. Y<?« nev- Se Whether you will ling with the prob- Tve written a lit- s, yon know." ill are when their them to you— |fghty-alx stanzas to read this ,to i a mere trMe .i the author, [problem?" bat. Ton see, 1 Slice to have it in a little higher into the" maga least, it's snp- jfhere are -people sought it wouid standing in the It printed in touch it?" (I waa f They don't pay man has % reputa- pay high for ' of |5 for it from the poet. "It good in the liter- ft forget that mon at a problem if that 4ine regu- aey is money. , I 15 and work into food manufac- live me |25 for it. > or two and work- food," persisted «hall I do? i ftry and let it go kgerel and Bell H I ^jpe relative value Jone. The prob ; r his companion in the State will * of Chamberlain's , Tpablets after once {gJways produce a Qt the binéis, and. eferengthc* ¡e by B'...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 24 July 1903

GEORGE McCUTCHEON MM, by flM«« & fcklhg man/ chano during bU travels. aoine- rtata ■oid liberties that Bt M sat- IffSr *** •* _• float been repulsed. ftrange to any. and •a toa want to bit section dlaxlly ba of tba good fortune that bad In other attempts and asked ' why K bad not occurred to blin i tba «line advances In*the prra- Somehow aba waa dtf* it Tbara «aa tbat atranca dlgul- tb t pura baautjr, tbat Imperial all combining to forbid tba ftdntaat ai familiarity. lie took out tba coin and leaned back la hla chair, wondering wbara It came tram. In an* caae." be thought. "It *11 maka a good pocketpleoa. and aome day I'll Ind aome Idiot who knows more about geography than I do." Mr. Lorry's own Ideaa of geography were Jumbled and vague, aa If ba bad got Ittwm by atudylng tba labels on bla batboz. He knew the placea be bad baas to. and be raoogniaad a new conn- try by the annoyances of the custom* but beyond tbia bla Ignorance Waa complete. The coin, to far aa lie might bare com...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 24 July 1903

imtot&á mtmtit ^^.1,1.1.1. I vanee) ... ...$1 50 advance) ... 1 0Q - itss on Application. fSX., JULY 24. 1903 ■"' i'V't — t !*oad The Leaderncíte With pleasure tbs the matter to «tatempnt oí the comity ta* assessor that the taxable values Of Orange county will run close to five million dollars this year. This not only shown faithful and efficient workom the*ait|oi ,df the assessor's office, but it indicates tt halthy growth of the county ofcteh, If It continues, will soon place Orange in balance of the opening Fifth reJ&ffe s<nn be d bless the* ladles, ^•imriwii Mini . base ball team.. 1b to travel, from ind it would require Indeed, to keep nhaMM that are ' - ■ ■■ ■ ¡ g; j Iti the team, .a hug the bottom of ilumn of the league. blnths continue'to ac- , ver and bayous and interfere very" mate. „ ' int business interets I lmgineers^ stated sev- Lj'.hat a steamer would Upon the first ap- yacl«tliB and clear sin, but-the steamer ppearance. ^ of the' big pipe line Port Arthur ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 24 July 1903

' ''''V; ' ' ' ■ ,,j- \ . ■■ " " ■%' '• ; ' -m.',.:.. .". .V.■'.-■■ I r • ...lli;.,i|ll.M.;; Br MO tmm i i I r&X;-' i «] fl H ■ill fe%5ia;i — - : tB ■'li-'Á?'' .' - fofc. ■ — ■ " ■ lé&Má 1 j'• ■>- •' r,-' r^tr ..■'-ifTtimrf es* vi .'"' " '■ ■"■'''" ■ .' . 11 i)■ ■".i "i"1' 1 .j&j-i.i <* STARTS MONDAY, AUGUST - y:: m: ■ ni iiiiiiiiíiVi 'iWiii'i ir' lii'a&ayaaftHÉii • i i. i.'' vV •W. • • The time has come to unload. The Autumn is fast appro? ing, aftd with it will come CARS LOADED with the THINGS FOR THE FALL AND WINTER TRADE MUST HAVE ROOM. . Every price on Summer Goods been cut to move the ¿tock, and move it quickly. There is argument half so convincing- as the evidence of your ei CALL AND SEE FOR YOURSELF • • • ¿Sf- * #' fri —- 1 I .wsst t LOCAL BREVITIES. Angus McKinnon «pent Sunday af- ternoon ud evening in Beesmoat. Dr. A. a. Pearee made n flylng trlp to the Greasy City on the Nechea Sun «• - Miss Gusste SmHh spent Sunday in Lake Charlee the guest of Mrs. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 24 July 1903

/• ' WOOD BARK that other Chill íIÉl ■Am mm mm WITH MORSE. Manager i for Thla Propheelee |ve of tbe Leader, Sunday spent a with Col. 8. F. B. head of the passen- it of the Southern ned at the thought e*tor whloh lie haa Bid not .keep down hia «pirita at the [ all hla cherished pf tfiia great State i PientltSde of rich ieellng of sadness L- nor can I help ¿many nice thing*, deed á brilliant one. Thla bundle of leave I bold in my band I personally plucked from -V stock in one of. the fields at Nacogdoches and any tobac- co expert in the world will tell you they are equal to the very highest priced Sumatra or Vuelta Abajo tobac- co grown. The ' tobacco from which the Osar of Russia and the other crowned heads of Europe have their Cigars manufactured is no better in quality, nór does it possess a finer aroma than the leaves which I hold in my hand and they have never b«en through any curing process whatever. Í wrapped thlsjaommon olle,d paper around them and they have lain on my desk fc...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 24 July 1903

' ■ iff iMkri . te th woaki ÍH .... ® I$p|* ¡najpf*] 1 dyspeptic, curing all te mtsh rburd n< Hi the natural ofdlgsstton and 1 fe work W tha ' " i, relaxing the I tendon, while ] , lifted muaoÍM aad mombreneeof l^at1 •n allowed to an* kaal. It ci of I lie h aN. ftfAuhktB Ik# ■•aFiMPnwm M Wol Dyspepsia i UmUmhJm. "is k M«aii&Bivm«cik. WUI OrHf tor CM . Fred C. Haa ford, superintendent of the Oraos Oil Itotnlng company, came over from hi* headquarter at Bakamont and «pent a couple of «aya to Oram* thla week perfecting ar- rangement! lo bacín «inking a taat ■wall naar wbm the refinery la aow bain* bnllt. Order hare been placad •or tba lumber tor the derrick, which win ba put. up at once, and aa soon as the drilling rig oaa bo ahlppad here the work will commonca. The prog- rese of thle wail will ba watobad with eoMiderable Interact, for it la general, ljr believed that there la a batter proe- pact tor oil la that neighborhood than anywhere alaa la tha county ' Mr. Hanford visita ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 24 July 1903

i vus lilarito t at ¿rill, iber company lor eight 58 it recently made the record breakii i of which i^aa made in a former issue < . WXU y has recently purchased five m the Orange- Prospecting com- tending the water system at the well has been recently sunk at rater being struck at 114 feet, the. eleVated tanks, the earthen furnishes water for the stocx in there is only eighty-five feet deep e mill. This water .is of the very of the people at Lémon vi lie Lemon Lumber [feet of six-inch pipe íich is being used in all. Another art Bt. a splendid flow ill supplies' water I tram engines, and The first well d jpplies the Witter for nd and is used by a ting and cooking pn r, representative óf Thos. fi. Neale & Co., lumber rtews of Liverpool, England, who has made his Port Arthur for several months', was here for a looking after some shipments. Mr. Walker is ?k forward with pleasure to his early return to He cáme to Texas ior bis company for a stay fat has been here six months Instea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 31 July 1903

Mff m ' ~v r ^ r 1 J$ •?• ; '%; * 1 Ife .4^ , £3 i* K'In I :i-<4 «.' . ■■jflnÜ I tart-1J %$Mfr-X I j !■ I li I > 11111 i i i II Ml .inn, I! Tli .•ll'fl-pl. ■ ' Wfl —dl HHHMHS i . : -7.., ORANGE, TEX., FRIDAY, JULY 81,1903. 3^=Ü: ' i ° i . '.M. " WITH SABINE PASS,' the GREAT SOUTHEAST TEXAS DEEP WATER PORT ssr hjld^er. President. f E. W. BROWN, - Vice Puesj pent. S n! . ' ■■•• r*rT*r^ . W. H. STARK, Sbcy.-Treas. W.' * J,vw m' Pvi MANUFACTURERS OF THE FAMOUS gMRHjlijp$ Star and Crescent Saw and Plantaf Mills 'r^J . r. We H< Mike Everything in up-to-date Sawmill Can Manufacture mi i OI «M %M If you want anything in our line V* . " ' write us, wire us, or phone ut m t r$<. ' ORANGE, TEXAS Our Log* are cut as we order, Trammed to Tidewater and . Always Fresh «* us «« "Not always the cheapest .jL. ' ■' . .but you get value received" • . 1 \ "• ■ ' *i • ■ . / ■ '* ¿ TIMBERS DRESSED FOUR SIDES TO 14X32 — p . , r—— RAI KOAD MATERIA A SPECJATY m k-s ' u WITH THE LUMBERMEN The Lumb...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 31 July 1903

Ril jwWL __ i to know of the wonderful cure# made by Dr. Kilmer's Swamp- Root, the great kid- . ney, liver and blad- ; der remedy. j It ia the great med- i ical triumph of the , nineteenth century; : discovered after ye^ra | of scientific research by Dr. Kilmer, the eminent'kidney and _jdi8t, and ia wonderfully i promptly curing lame back, acid, catarrh of the bladder and bt'a Diaeaae, which i theworat j of kidney trouble. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root & not rec- nended fore very thing but if you have ney, liver or bladder trouble it will be id just the remedy you. need. It has i tested in so many ways, in hospital work and in private practice, and has. 1 so successful in every case that a arrangement has befen made by [ readers of this paper, who have fty tried it, may have a sample sent free' by mail, also a book tell- Swamp-Root, and bow to Kit. ¥ /•' ....^utoSwamj fyouhavekidneyorfbladdertrou- When writing mention reading this r in this paper andaend your r.,Kilmer ghamton, The re...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 31 July 1903

the sky com** th« «tar of health \Vi\ to th* weak and weary deepen i HHHHH Tkáafo# WÜ CW I if kft wW a t a m aah **t*H but ram trouble* and ¿¡Hum. wk r .v.rbu, odol til* natural I of digestion and ' the work of (he 1 k, relaxing the I tendon,A while ■ I'M Inflamad muscle "1 aad mehtbranca of tS*t ' ***an are allowed to I land heal. It cena *. flatulence, i el the heart. mm drape peía and 1 «•wnech trouble* by : _ _ +m . W« ■ ~Hr Dyspepsia' rt"Mrhi_ Tried to fteb the Marshal. Monday night the eeeond attempt within the p**t week was mad* to enter piwmlaae ofCtty Marshal Crane. About •:M Mrs. Oraae was sitting on the SlMek porch when a white man entered the rear yard, sad, picking up a lor let of wood, approached the e Jumped "up and shut and Um doors, ran to.the, telephone *M callad op Marshal Crane, who was tip tova sad he jumped on a. hor " and 'Mllopsd ipir stw his strset near r l| II i one. which h on Bor- Jackson as quickly. When he arrived at his tha aian was gone, having evi- d...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 31 July 1903

m^rnM %BPm >*UX >-f--y.:.^ |m.1 PP pjí'l M'f<' - i, '■ - . ^ if *. W .. , i ; ■ ;j i 1 M ' í tím r A' mmm PfSft JSj^feV; ''" ;•- •. Í 'i Pftlfel . H 1 w^l?S^/¡i;w<5'- imwni 1 BECAUSE they join the proven field., BECAUSE they are high, fine property. BECAUSE they are worth tbe money for a home. BECAUSE, they may be worth tOOO per cent more •90 days. ' '■ < BECAUSE tbey are a sure, safe and conservative investment for 'anyone Join yoar friend and take thrtee together, and speak to it friend and find he thinks like you. why they are the profwrty. get a large discount. "BEE T You will be.surprised if ; write'ub and we will give you oar ideas as to location s. Mftl New Crosfcy,' i BEAUMONT. TEXAS. S. M. SCOTT REALTY * • I • '1/ i vKMm8©J ■ ; ..■ ■■ ; 111 ni i ■ 111111 n ■ ^Vith our = : can be found nowhere tTbc ©range Xeat>er m m A. L. FORD, Editor. WITH THE LUMBERMEN. * (Continued from First Pape.) • mand for every foot 61 cypress stuff that we can put on the mar- Prti...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 31 July 1903

• mm t ■ .■■■■IIIHII . I S .'■jrc7ri" ~ vf "vy? ' \ y;x v • i $ 1/ <7; '■ m.i.' .in ; ■Vmiu.11 1 3p % h *' 1 i r" '' . , ■■S' v rn ■ 8 ®{> "4"1 MONDA Y mmmmmTHE &,AT£¿. !i 1 *;• ' \ t 1 I \ I (,\ /a ' . i.v '/ v r /. I . i\ t■'! 1} • . •>: i.n-v "■>, • • vi.v. > /'/. /' ,v i ■/'). v-/ ly;Ky i iiyr'.i.r .0/1. l„ l, ¡\ I . /\ /a 'iv /, ,1 v r. I. ¿V. I'. .;Av':UiV..« _j&'. —11- ■ .,1 • f . ■: :. s Í • BEGINS PROMPTLY AT _ v _ EIGHT O'CLOCK A MONDAY, AUGUST 3, LASTING FIFTEEN DAYS CUT PRICES ON ALL SUMMER GOODS « EXHIBIT mpp: , w tke Aurdtte Amoun^Recelved and fali Out of Encl Fbdj, tad Balance to Their Credit or Dettt -Also Amoant to DeMt and Credit of Each Officer—Also Asttant of Indebtedness of County, to Whom and for What Doe, With Dates ol Same, for the Year. Becln ■ring Feb. M, 1902, and Endlsc Jan. 31st. 1903. I To amount , By amount paid oat DISTRICT SCHOOL- NO. 2. ft 884. h' 108.7S¡ The following amounts have been received and paid out of each fond, leav...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 31 July 1903

A dish of4 Pobowl of ciwa. la just the food to fitojir. whim, not i blood heater. u 'Force' It an ldaal nmmer food b - A. L. Mltchstt %st'es Ford Captain Sholars «pent practically all day Saturday examining the mem- ben of the Orange Rifles atod swear- ing them in as members of the Nation- al Guard. Thé hoye are getting; ready for a siege of' hanl work preparatory to going to Austin for the annual en- campment on August'20th. They ex- pect to come back victors and they cap do so tf they will work as hard as their commanding officer. Off for Waco. i Col. W. D. Bettis, Grand Foreman of the A. O. U. W. for Texas, and Mr. C. W. Huggine, representative of the local lodge of that order, are In Waco this week attending the meeting of the Grand Lodge. Col, BettlB Is in line of promotion for the office of Grand Mas- ter Workman of the State and his many admirers in Orange trust he will receive the deserved recognition of his services to the order. land* Holli «NRÉ were several sweet then cam...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 31 July 1903

i. ¡Si ' ;: '$h ' EOROE BARK McCUTCHCON B* H*tmt s. m$m -o* oo o oeo MM oe ea o ot* oto ... H:.y will «top. tour unci* will that even If the optrttor falls." uncle will kill Mai If' bt does •r cone back for me." «be mid V- V. w« not wrong." thought Gren "H looka like a duelist. Who ore they, anyhow?- Then : "At this rate we'd be able to fee train to Washington Id • way race. Isn't It a delight- wMlldtr have acquired a great deal Of ta America, bat Ibis 1 the '¡S.145! " momenta there waa alienee' conveyance. Outside, "be of the driver' whip, bla hoar** hty «ton rather than of pence pleasure. , , ■ curious to know where you ob> the coin yon loat In tbe car yea- " abe said at laat •• If relie* of a Qneatlou that had kindly fonnd for ha aaked procraatinatlngly. rea. They nra certainly rara In tbla •aw i coin like It until after yon," ho eonfeaaad. Si felt losa hie a little tighter, and i which told him. dark aa it waa. ■té 'wno trying to sea Ma free and wide with 5 ukt ane nao really...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 31 July 1903

SJUm t of choice yellow pine logs for tbe Kirby t Hughes, one of thedld timers it t i, was in tbe city Saturday from his Mill. Mr. Hughes brought in a nice drive m, Island this week, bringing his family hack hotpe with him. had intended making á lengthy Visit at High Island, buV S. Filson, sales manager for Alex. Gilmer, put in a day at e witt Islatu not like it there and cut their visit short. . t ; I W. W. Pryor, a representative of the wholesale lumber firm Brazelton & Johnson, of Waco, spent a day among the mills at ange this week, making an .investigaron and getting posted the situation at tfciá mil I. Mr- Pryor says that ne\y;r in the tory of the ]umber business has he found stocks so low and he mil! y mills and finds this a large shipment this • an. There seems to \é upper grades of yellow jnne and extensive shipments are going forward from yellow Tbe Lemon Lumber company is maki week of finishing material tc Detroit, Ml be a good demand in that territory for wine and <...

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