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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 10 February 1905

m IH:, r y V ' ' AT'HOME Are 'you a «ífferer? ..Has- your doctor been uluuc* cesjful? Wouldn't you prefer to treat yourxlf—AT HOME?' Nearly ! ,600,000 women jiavé bought Wine o£—Cardul from their druggist arid have cured themselws at home, of such troubles as periodical, oei^lng dovm and orarían pains, leucor- . rnoea, barrenness, nervousness, dizziness, nausea and-despond- éncv, caused by female weakness. These are not easy cases. Wine of Cfcrdui cures when the doctor can't. Wine of Cardul does not irri- tate the organs. There la no' pain in the treatment. It is.a soothing , tonic of healing herbs, free from strong and drastic drugs. It is successful because it cures la a natural way. - Wine of Cardui can be bought , from your dr ggist at tl .OO a | bottle and you qan begin this treatment today. Will you try it? 1 1 1 11 LB cmos requiring *p«!lal direction , iMmi, sWng «y mgtomB.Tbe Ladle ' ¿'«asscK'ii K-: Calwell-Ramaey. GFrover Calwell and Misa Zula Ram sey, were united in the ho...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 10 February 1905

ie time is approaching wfjeu you will beyrin to think about the Garden SeedsSto be plant- ed froto which to get,the best results; and in this connection we want to recommend the iamous Rush-Park Seeds. This is one ot the very few tiráis who furrnish absolutely fresh seeds an«i refuse to put them out on aommissioné. Tr^ these seeds, and be made happy over results. ,\.\.* ,« • We^wantto sell you your grocery suppíies*this year We keep your account so that you know every day just what you oye as well as we do. We lTf w °r yOUr waBtS; and if we haven't got what you want, we will Set it. . • . • . • I IN. Burton, 8r.,2s£sssJ^ rj . Is mm Ison/ Fort Worth, Te u m8 COLLEGE all conimrrr1a|V iSS-Hfü" í? stenographers at the end of "three months. We teach Shorthand, touchy '* *• .Mathematics. English, etc. Portions ™ írL DHAUGHON. President NeUon-Drau*hon Bull- .oiiege, come .Sixth and Main 8tt*ebU, Fort Worth, Texas, for catalogue. ' mw. ¡té -■ ||i|w When you need any pipe flitting, closet ap...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 10 February 1905

IMi: _ . r • •• fegmai8K^iM|#8ijj pi ' ■■ ■ ' ; i V ' ■ a •■■M A DEM, FEBRUARY 10,1905. ¡HMPI m Pl; ....... ¡Ü i\s$ A' •' I • / ,V' s 1, 'i , ? V'A p$É? I? PAP ; RT 3T" —-———- ...... e •Xjí lap Ipil" ■ ;'i flrtfH fef- •' I fj"" m:: :•■•'•.'■■ BUSTER BROWN HOSE Buster Brown Stockings lor boys and girls fit well, wear wfell-—dout crack or tade< Valuable coupon with, every pair; price '......,^Jpc rtjitE IS LoLtn' ONE PRICE - CASH ONLY EVERYTHING HBADY-TO-WEAH GUYOT SUSPENDERS The year round, you can •¿cure here choice ce> terns in the genuine Giiyot suspenders, at our lower price a pair 89c 'V. CLEAN UP OF MUSLIN UNDERWEAR 1. — ' 1 - ■' ■ 1 t .. Further Reductions on Remaining Garments. ' v '■ V* ' , • mm- • We have concluded a most sucéessful mid-winter sale of muslin underwear.The severe weather did not subdue the intense enthusiasm aroused. In mo^t instances, complete lots ace sold but in entirety ; every member has some missing sizes; some garments áre bereft of their origin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 24 February 1905

feV '>■ . - • Pjpp' ijMá fíí#!, ' %■% WW4¡$m ipfev '—i'*. IBr.- I ffiSJS wM WwZÉtk IP ■ I mas.; áSfili ;• ■-.v'f' ~$■ 'Wtfcy^,';'. ■1 %/i ,,; IWIÜil'l 1 lii'illhlii IiMhIi ih i / yj ■ " ;, ) • ..w Hecotb solíbateb. FRIDAY, FÉBRUARY24. W>5. TEXAS. H. J. LUTCHER, President. E. W. BROWN, W. H. STARK, Vice President. Secretary-Treasurei. m ' ,fV í&Xu mm W'j mm SB ORANGE, - TEXAS. ============== mm m MANUFACTURERS OF ® iSRP$ 1 HtJ , Star ai of Mis & Kiln Dried Lath. Birkit Patent Sheath ing Lath. We Manufacture Any Product Obtainable From a Pine Log. G. BEDEL MOORE, President and Treasurer, J. E. CRADDOCK, Manager. ' 19 ■ :fep ■ 2ai,v-Mr5 MANUFACTURERS OF Long Leaf Yellow Pine Lumber, LAURELIA, (Polk County) TEXAS, Illf ■MsRSfl 111 Ü is tv. The equipment is. a first slass logging railroad, a modern saw mill, planing ¿ill. ancTsuperior diy kilns. The ftwilities for supplying rough and dressed ng ^he best, tiesYnd timber are wv-h'SiA WITHTHE LUMBERMEN . . j, 1 If the weather ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 24 February 1905

«fifi I 8 W?. IKE mAffOBLXADBR^ FEBRUARY tA . ■$?, ::é . '• ■ • V- -.V E$:á MA ■l EVIDENCE IN KlftBY CASE. Reichardt Summoned to Produce Cer- tain Money Reoorda. p. A. Reichardt, receiver Jot the Houston Oil company, has been sub- poenaed to appear In* behalf of the State in the case wherein John H. Klrby statads charged with bribery. The subpoena further commands.that Mr. Reichardt produce hi court the records of the Houston Oil company, showing the entry of $6^225 for ex- roses of trip to Austin by John H. " |j" jRBiiat, for y, and another entry "one-half amount paid out at Austin." Mr. Reichardt is further commanded Éproduce the diuft for $312,500 dated rch 13, 1&02, drawn by' A S. V&n- •voort, cashier, on John H, Klrby and forwarded by letter dated March ?i from the First National bank at m¡n to the Plfuiters; & Mechahlcii hank of Houston. v Cecil Lyon and J. S. Rice, receivers for the Klrby Lumber company, are likewise ubpoenaed to appear as wit- nesses for the Stat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 24 February 1905

N.rlb Wa " |IT Uw C«nrl|ht. t-r-1 m Si :CHAPT«k |BE next morning at breakfast while Hillyer Mt ..pipping bis coffee hi* wife stood near bts cbalr. t'B time I played my last card," abe aaylng. "I tell yon tbair'a some nu-fesatowtas Í an* suffer without one word from at sech a time—a time wben tbe bole town an' county is a-talkin' about his manliness an' bravery an' the wrong done his daddy. That hain't like a woman one bit Not one woman in ten thousand wbuld stay quiet at aucb a timé without some strong rea- son." "WMl. what aró you -goln' to do about it?" the merchant asked. "Do? .Why, I've got my case all In blind, as Mr. Trabue would 'a' said. Tbe evidence is all In, an' it will have weight when i ftom it up. I'm simply a-goln' to tbeih weevil eaten aristo- crats an' have it out with 'em, one way or t'other." "You say you are?" "Tes, I am. I know human natur'. an' I'm not afeaba to risk my judg- ment "I'm a-gojn' to take that letter writ to you the night be was oh, yes, I am; you ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 24 February 1905

5 . ■ '■W- :JI'í i.w ■ k ■ "Íííiw " jmfim Hi , i Ib''' ü 1 Efe |f ;' . ¡ « \ i Mi Kfiy?,; Editorial Dots Farmers of North Texas are glory- ing over the big anows that they have - had, as these will put the ground In the best condition In which It has been lor many years, , and they expect to garner Immense crops this year. Orange is preparing to take on a •new lease of; life and begin to move forward at lively rat^ if the weathet- Clerk will ji|St be good. It has been Impossible to put forward-any new en- terprises during the'very. Inclement weather of the past month. King Winter has held undisputed sway for some timé now,, but soon he will have.to give way to the approach of gentle spring and within a few weeks Orange will show-to her visitors some of the prettiest flower gardens to be found In the South. ' — Indications all point to an early boom in real estate in Orange. This la girfe of-the surest signs of prosperity and Advancement that <;an be noted, and when real estote be...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 24 February 1905

®pSS BHFIWBB Pt sick Hat t >t I «lest night to points Wait. '" W : W X- t West O; IK grippe today. | ■ 'Ú \%fA B. Seargent returned last ',r0(n, important business trip *: M8H il T. C. Stewart left tlile morning on 10,for Crowley to spend a few on business. ' _ Manager C. W.'Hole, pf'tfie Orange ¡ft Northwestern, returned this morn- / lng from a several days' business trip eut of town. -J*' " —— f®- W. Lyons, manager of the Orange County Irrigation Compaqy, went to Crowley today to look after his hold- tgjgi there. Mrs. G. W. Ball has been confined to her room for several days with la grippe, but is reported as convelesclnr today. * m 4 — m WM The bargpes Leola and Trilby were unloaded of their burden of staves which were loaded on cars and shipped to New Orleans. Constable C. L. Wynn tells a pa- thetic story of his troubles last night while waiting for No. 5 passenger train rblch was delayed until 2 o'clock tils morning. He was waiting for It at Diana. * ¡V w ms | l$f¡£ a' Tug K...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 24 February 1905

THE ORANGE B ' ■ i ;.,M" iMS«S 816 Wells 8 was all run down from nervous- ness and overwork and had to resign W Bo*iÜon and 'take a rest. I Ü™"« £&fid±&332!£! good medicina for tha ills of our , I bought a bottle and bi it. 1 was satisfied with MQ ulftlftflfiyiWlrtfAÉtlfl tnfyn and strength and able to take up my work with renewed vigor. I for wora-out nervous oondi and am pleased to endorss it a •mT, Vortli Wlsouatfa BoUimd SooUty. Secure a 1.00 bottle of Wine of iH 'a Black-Draught a 26c. package of ~ tfoday. $;p? m.: Suffering With Pneumonia. Mrs. Win, Wlgnall and her brother, A. O. Ochiltree/ are both reported as being seriously ^11 with pneumonia and trained nurses have been sent tor to take cafe of them. La grippe to very prevalent in Orange just now, as a result of the recent severe, weather, and, a number of cases have developed into pneumonia. ' • ml (This Picture on Every Bottle) Cores OhJUs, Fevers. Malaria. Btlions am. Take it aa a General Toole and at al tfaftes...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 24 February 1905

- ;■'<>§ IHInRC tmmm hwm 'W ."■ Ü í -*i . • tspT-i^ The time is approachin* to think-about the Garde W- made ed from which to get the best results; this coapectiop we want Jo recO t '"#10||0 refuse to ] y these see results, .v.- .• .< • .• .• .. . We keep yooraccountso that you know every day just what you owe as well as we" do. We look out for your wants; and if we haven't got what you want,- we will Set it. «I lOrapg* and Northwestern Surveying l- ■ CorP« Proarmlnfl. f The Grocer (The Advent of Railroad. Is Beginning to A*iHe Thing* Lively in That Little Burg. Newton, Texas, Feb. 18.—Theengl nee of the Orange * Northwestern railroad have about completed locat- ing the line of that road into the town of Newton. The line, as run, passes within an half a block of the public *colle6e; square, .and the chief engineer Bays that the Une run is as gpod as he can - * «¡f -3 «mTIStss isoq^i >rt Worth, Texas. allelng, harmful and destructive of the best interests the Trav of Am W...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 24 February 1905

Vrratyfr ^ • ML«/*§ •' r ''t. .•• ■ • f. i ■;' ^ ■/. . • JKivSt*"w ife •: f ÍSS^'Swf™S f#'. rám"-. f'A t' ■■''! >'-v:fv'* ^'■i:';:'i'. ?/ v™j\^ '•■ M: T-'-K' ; MÍ Ml.i' ¡ *W'Íp'\ i'* '• • . '. M BRUARYU, 1906 1905' ' . • ■' • • • '•■*■ ^'v ^>.:;;Wftíw ÜM ,■'.; ■# ■ ; ,. ?j 18 ■' -99 - mm.~ ■ ' " '•'" 'tíiüwi' l í®V" WW!* 4#) , •*« BSit É ÓtJE GOODS ABE MARKED IX PLAIN FIGURES. OI R PRICE 18 ONE PRICE TO Á have cut the price ou an article, you know it 18 cut, for our original price is before you ;njii' ' ' ' "'l' I mil .J' '[ I! U When w© advertise we We can not deceive yoi* Prioes QixotecL Selcrw are for SafuLrciay- Only Random Specials 1 lot Ladies' medium weight winter Vests; regula* Sat ' 15c kind, our Saturday price...... .. .Sc Men's Pants MEN'S-HALF HOSE in black, tan, blue and red; our regular 10c kind; Saturday they are yours at; a pair.............. - 5c Men's Medium Weight Undershir^j our regular 25 and 35c sellers; our Satyrdáy pricé, 2 tor. .25c • " • ' ' We will s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 3 March 1905

4&s\yrs ' :r'í-WWlM,:W ■' . ;'V'":v;.. v; v ' : ■ •• "'.v' ' ' ' - '/■ .; ■. •'; > 'j ■ '«■ : ' 1 'f '> ' * ' ÉtÉIslí MM i - J -.;T ' „Í'.,W i# ... ■ 7 ¿WWf "V/.-. ' ■ S|fel V ' ' ' «í| irisolí&ateb- ORANOE, TEXAS. FRIOA 1 H THE LUMBER MEN VIaa Tmirilff tint Y100 ITWHUH. SHIPMENT ron FEBRUARY, 1*05. The Orange Lumber Company—■ l í ................ 1,530,858 tei ............................ 326.400 Lut¿her & Moore Lumber Company— By rait—Rough .............. .*...... 372,661 - Mfe-Dressed ... :'¡......... f.... . .2,888,787 w*ter : . -.............. ,. 612,477 1,863,258 3,97:!,935 F?b pulled of this j*n§¡ this were 6, tJ RCH 3.1905. NUMBER 40 .5,837,188 RS OF A volved, 4 aim Totál The Southern Pacific system hauled from mills here in"' 274 cars of lumber, the Orange ft Northwestern cars, total 402 cars, against 480 cars in January ar. In February, 1804, only 351 cars left here, shipments from above mills, for January of were 6,086,. 552 feet. February deliveries, 19...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 3 March 1905

i ■' f * WASHINGTON ■fear*4 $£-< • affifi nam-. An Interesting Budget From the Cap- -."" . • (tal City. . SENATE WILL Q)et IN A HURRY. important Bill* to Be Rushed Through at the Last Moment—The Prepl- dent's 8a la'ry. Washington, D. C., Feb. 25. •• As is usually the case toward the «end of the short session of Congress the Senate is confronted fclth an -«mount of work apparently beyond its capacity. It will doubtless get through with it in some -form or other if it has to hurry through,—-a thing whfch Cheetarfied says a gentleman ought .never do. The Senate, however, does not claim to be a gentleiran. And since it has not been doing one thing after another the only legitimate' way to dispatch" work it will rush, push and hiirry it throügh during the com- ing'days and nights until the 4th of March.. Four or five large appropria- tion billa' that should be carefully scrutinized and sifted aré awaiting consideration. It is most Unfortunate that such, an expensive, cumbersome and de...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 3 March 1905

' /.VvT ■ SitlSlíWaigíiijyf MMBii i'.&ataiiMBas;.- :a$ ¿Aip* -p • 4 W 0,1305 Mi ® " jyí; S"'"'j,^'4,(Y SI ¡a¡« V**h*w «."'ib '■'''' r itlJ ^w$m n «no K w I .S2 ■ . ,..v-■->>,. i- . .' .£2 oinfs f the Wood Distillate* and «ompany I* Now ón the Way. ENQINOCR IN ORANGE NEXT ¡|«Mr'; ■ ? t Ths Company Expects to Rush the Building of the Plant Through to an Early Completion. WEEK.' , Mr. J. W. Link, president of the Yellow Pine Paper Mill syndicate, who ly contracted with the Wood Hlstee and Fiber company to w e pulp from a plant to be erected f>y company in Orange, is today in of the following letter that is explanatory and which conveys . news for the people of Oranges "Chicago, Feb. , 25, 1905. last evening and replied with night and things will be pretty lively in the message: 'Plant shipped today, six neighborhood of the paper mill for some time to come. The machinery cars. Hanford in Orange next week.' We confidently éxpected to be on the ground *£Tore now but some part...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 3 March 1905

Vfí ' . ' • i! Bjaj,4:- m s¿>: m. ■yu^ SI If you happen to ru la Orange today who la croak about bard times and a future, you may put it down that his liver 4s out of order-for nothing else coaid Induce a loyal cltlsen of Orange to look on the future with anything but rose • colored glassed. The Stuyyecant docks, at New Or- leans, one of the greatest systems of' railroad terminals in the country, irere entirely destroyed by fire yester Bay, causing a loes .to the Illinois Cen- tral railroad oí more than five dill lion dollars. This is one of the most disastrous fires that has occurred, In the South in several years. The Ootton Belt and the Orange & Northwestern engineers have reach- ed Newton, and nobody seem to know Just where either of these roads will go from that place. The Cotton Belt Engineers will stop there for the, pres- ent, and go back over their llne/whfle the O. A N. W. corps are goings on up into the pine woods. •' -*• ' o ' A bill has been Introduced in the Sta...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 3 March 1905

ripir m a, 1905- wm m MBBi Hie tug will* Belle went to John- son' Bayou today after a barge load of cattle. Robert Catron returned fren Beau- mont tlili morning, where he went yesterday on business. V The steamer Albania, of Port Ar- thur, returned today with a large tow of - export timber. SSÍfis teif Í!Í Minnie Johnson, formerly of Orange, now of take Charles, came over yesterday with her Bister, Mrs. J. Thorn, and returned to her home this morning. gflfp, I W. O. Brice, a prominent business man óf De Rldder, was among those who attended the funeral of W. 0. Addison here today. ; * • •• • 'r -: •? / . . > C. W. Hole, general manager of the Orange ft Northwestern railroad went to Newton today tó look after matters connected with the extension of the O. ftN. W. , Judge H. E. Hall was one of the members of the I. O. O. P. lodge at De Bidder who officiated In the burial Icios held over the body of W. d. Addison. _ C. A. Teagle, a prominent lawyer of Beaumont, was In the city today ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 3 March 1905

MISIS ■MB ÜHb i wm pill frvV.: ; : . ,'V BMiT- ■ I® '■# V Ify * §p Tff B 0&AY6:E LEADER MARC# 3, 1906. :Vp ■ Vv^.vVlV¡ ' 5 •' , ^ 'jfl'v Y>v\ti;th J, * , Mill ¡Will '■'V'. iMp áfil ,'■ ' From Saturdsy'sDally, ' Miss Frances Kay, the teacher of the Cove school, went to Beaumont today. ; " ' -— > Mrs.-J. D. Phillips went tó Bess May today to visit her daughter, Mrs. Me Ottinger, The tug Katherine returned from Port Arthur yesterday, evening 'with tour barges. .Vb. A. Mott, the magazine story ■writer at the Holland, went to Hous- ton today on business W. O. Huggins, a prominent member .of the legal fraternity, returned this morning from points west from a busi- ness trip. Mrs. E. R. Ford and Mrs. J. W. Par- ker went' to Hquston on the Oriole yesterday to attend the Melba con cert Dr. Mendenhau's CHILL and FEVER CURE (This Picture on Every Bottle) Pttraa Chilla, Torera, Malaria. Billons bass. Take it a* a General Tonle and a* aL limes la plaoa of Qniotu. Break* up Coogbs Colds...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 3 March 1905

' ■ „ ' ' dB m§ MARCH J, 190&- ' ^ '""*T v*** * ><$ « -; ■ ■ ''*™-- -'"i it-T^w ■«*■-•■•■ - • i_i_ 1 Hiw ■■■■ le is approaching when vou will begin to think about the Garden Seeds to be plant- ed from which to get the best results; and in this connection we want to recommend the famous Hush-Park Seeds. This is one ot ' the very few firing who furnish absolutely fresh seeds and refuse to put tBem out on sommissions. Try these seeds, and be made happyover results. .■ .• .• ¿* .■ .• .• .- .• ,• . •We want to sell you your grocery supplies this year also •• .* .• .• .• .• .- .• .• ¿v.* .• .• .• . We keep your accountjso that you know every day just what you owe as well as we do. "We look out for your wants; and if we haven't got what you want, we ¿will Jet it. N. Burton, Sr.,i££2sssE if.mmmr-rm wmm, «v mmw Nelson fr.Wv.' \"wduyiiüfl, Fort Worth, Texas. COLLEGE 9ft?.!!#*? íacilifaM for thecomfort and r#pid advancement of it pupils than any ft ®°2Ü? 4,1 a K0®? pwitíon is wbat we...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 3 March 1905

ffii; m E Mi In the Commissioners' Court, O rang County, Texas, February Term, 1905. j. the matter of the quarterly report of H. H. Russell. Count* Treasurer of Orange County, Texas, and the afldavits of the Commissioners of said We, the undersigned Coed missloners of Orange county, Texas, and W, J, Wlngate county judge of said Orange county, constituting the commission- era' court of «aid county, and each of us, do berfeby certify, opon our oaths, that on this, the- 17th day of February, 1905, ad a regular term of our said* court, we have compared and 'examined the quarterly report of H. ¡H. Russell, .treasurer of Orange county, Texaa, .for the quarter beginning on the first day of November, 1904, and ending on the 81st day of January, 1905, and upon finding same correct have caused an order Tto bo entered upon the minutes of the commissioners' court of grange county, stating the approval of said treasurer's .report by said court, which said'order recites separately the apiount rec...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 10 March 1905

m -tí. f'$#S <rítí3cn-Hccotb (Eonsottbatcb. .:;■ ? ■-?, •' hBCN mm m rntSPtr- mi WK 1 TEXAS. f. MARCH 10. 1005. : ■■ ■' ..J, ,; ±A I NUMBEMI T.-".y iffl! éE- I y H ' 'I Ml: H H. J. LUTCHER, President. E. W. BROWN, Vice President. W. H. STARK, Secretary-Treasurei. ; f , m i ■■ m y-4; r ■ • ■ * •' : ;/;v" f V:," ¡til V1' u i'\! t ' •• V. -V : • fóV^fV ' ' ' ■>' /• ORANGE, n I = MANUFACTURERS OF ' ' (W,> 'v.. Í < ... ÜIÜ ffif ■SH EKf iKéi Saw ana Ming s Mrs Feet Eiln Dried Lath. Birkit Patent Sheath ing Lath. % p . m .4 • • •.■•■ .■■'• ... •.. s We Manufacture Any Product Obtainable a Pin© Eogr. WUL &. BEDEL MOORE, President and Treasurer, J. E. CRADDOCK, Manager. fmW ^ pii MANUFACTURERS OF ¡fifi!"?' Long Leaf Yellow Pine LAURELIA, (Polk County) TEXAS larit is located 90 miles m Hü The Sast and West Texas Railway, in The equipment is a first oí uston, Texas, on the Houston, llow pine forests of Polk coun- modern saw mill, plahin SouglAnd ere .barf been a favorable strea...

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