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

I and fior son, F1 ed to ft few In it m 0mm day's" Daily. | Xnnie Lesley Laslej.whoaiTlved ago from Stanford, Kjr.. wil their futHí¡& home in the city are now makink preparation* to take up their abode on Greenavenue Each one of the parties mentioned will hold aposltion in the post office under | the management of James B. Seargent, Mr. Lasley held a similar position In •the post office at Stanford, Ky., ahd comes well recommended by the post master there. Miss SUftie Webb, of, Beaumq^, ar- rived on No. 10 train this morning end' will spénd .a few days in the city the guest of Miss Kittle Petty, Deputy United States Marshal Pat Herring, of Louisiana, is in the city M a few days. ' A report from the Adams Bayo Canal Company saya that the work on the canal is progressing rather slowly at present on account of the ground beifig so wet. The gasoline tug Kathlene, went to Johnson'* Bayou today with passen gérs, among whom was Rev. Dennis Griffith, of Waco. Street Commissioner .Willis...

Publication Title: Orange Leader, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 24 March 1905

—«——Y"" ""*—"i- -1- '* ■•i- "iv'fiWMiflMtwniiwflTinmiii m an—ten mu I'gmnifti iJWWifclUMOlWiptIliMipyiWailf'l'.'* u IMu ' .' .^,:rt V'a • 1 nvaagQ, P I. GURI | P.B. fps$ tfs*www. ítiwill begiiÉf Garden Seeds to be plant- to get, the best, results; and in I this connection we want to recommend the famous Rush-Park Seeds. This is one ot the very few firms who "furnish absolutely fresh seeds and refuse to put them but on oommissions. Try these seeds, and be ma<jle happy over results. .* . • .♦ .' ■ • • • . * . • ,« . • . We want to sell you your grocery supplies this year also ■ .♦ .«'.*■ .• .-* •' J* .* .* • • We keep your account so that yoii 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 will3et it. N. Burton, 6r„Th<Cr'c*r iyo«? dHalf MnBon T TT '•££*3 {'■' 6 Fort W#rth9 Texas. better facilities for the oomfoi Hj| jollege. A thorough course aid a good r for tuition, payable after course u fim d Bookkeepin...

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

m Mí ÍMMH " SI "Witn tli© Lumbermen, CONTINUED FROM PAQE ONE unreasonable and unjust, and in violation of the pro- visions of the act to regulate commerce; and tbat rates and charges resulting from the said advance • * «are also ^xceeslve and unreasonable ■ (naming the several made) "and thait the defendants be, and each of thet 1| hereby notified and required to cease and desist on J| before April 1, 1905, from further maintaining" or enfprcdng the ♦ said unlawful advance of 2 cent per 100 pounds, etc." Similar cases' wont from Alabama and Georgia, but the CommJeslon decided both cases as above. While the general advance in the prioe of lutober In *1903 favored the iiimbor shipper and saved him a pant oí the loss he wounld have sustained the decline in values In 1904 caused the'lumber manufacturers throughout ithat portion of the South to feel (the weight of the onerous. railroad ex- action keenly. For lumbermen who visit the Lewis and Clark Expo- sition rt/t Portland, after June 1...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 31 March 1905

Presid W. BROWN, Vice President W. H. STARK, Secretary-Treasurei. Wtjíiwx Bk ;f" Sillsil ORANGE, jjCHtMH! :tv." '-j-i, ANUFACTURERS OF ' *'.r :••• 'M I of BQt & aning s mpi PMil n Dried Lath. Patent Sheath ing Lath. We Manufacture Any Product Obtainable From a Pine Log. •«Mlmf SB©KI§5 — '''i> Lumber maniiita<*urers have ait last reached a túrn In their tide of afta!* that promises to open up a very busy season. Two and a half mcn/ths were consumed in trying to determine what 1905 promised them; they met wltt so many dra< Uacks at first that'-It began to look like deaJUng In fiutti,ys. Many predicted a heavy demand while others, lea braful,' feared that another season of low prices with conservative buying was ahead of them. A. careful study «If saw mill stocks developed the fact that holdings at ntfcrty aM manufacturing centers wore far below those of the opening of 1904, and It was well known that wti except ions, had of last season; to accu roads had held linea but An...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 31 March 1905

mi ^®li Rm ##q nM ORANGE LEADER wwmmm ■'-WMm H® W¡ &J PLANS OF TI raen ROAD Will Compjftely Belt the Great ORANGE AN IMPORTANT FACTOR The Orange A Northwestern rexae' Rlcheit Recent developments in the railroad world1 hav« indicated almost beyond a doubt that the Frisco (of which the ■Brownsville road 1b a part) and the Rock Island have secured a divorce, a d each Is now living alone. Here- tofore,. bias- unusually considered the two lines as belonging to the some -family and that tho entronco of One to this port was the entrance of the other. It has also bee regarded, tihat the Frisco to this port from Fort Worth or Dal- las over the same road that the Rock iBlapd utilized, namely, the Houston &, Texas Central, or a new line, par- allel thereto yet to be built But re- cent events have exploded such a con- tingency. The Rock Island; will in all probability enter Galveston over such a route, but It can be definite- ly stated that the present plans for the Frisco ooming here a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 31 March 1905

IJH :;ÍP 'i'fii s iiS^B mm : ''V,- ¿tóií im— «i1 PP^Ip? u' V. J^Pp'- jP >#« Va? rmrnirn arn Müm \ , ■ 1 ' ■ I'tvis? WW :4fe S&BU ; J'" ;V ':?í J j ' ' s i:.¿ fe;*. ;■■ EK¿Í¡t'-, >*. .*ÍV" !!^$¡!?^ . :#íl That's otir motto and we solicit the patron age of the ot Orange and Southeast Texas. iC™8' '■'■••■ ' .■•■'' ■;". ■ ' , .< ,* • • i • ' '',' . ■ ' ■ , : ' r "n ' '\ i ii i / f ' • ' "' j i' 'Iflj^aViiL f ,,'n •'-- * '*- , .Jl. „.,Ji jSftfó ... .TMtVi •i J W* ' ilAi f'fcri invite .. I.i.I ■ '.* •-. >; ii- '.•-'' > -jet* ' ; '*'■. • • • >r our spring stock we ional bargains, wt H. 1 MERC E- 8. HARRIS, «#. %iH, *te fe' Í j •■ I á M) • í.¡.í; - ,.'41 USD fctff • r.®;. AJIA.WJIAfc -** ....... ¿*gV |£; * 4i ••«• -.*• « «• «- ■■ .,— ' '' #' ' W ? iW '"■.;' -.r.v,';A • • .;■• ■■■ A^m;i vriti- mm *■ rfit «rfi BS¡ BEy KfiH AftT not ntendant r Presents Report th Scholastic Month. for iool pupils deficient ♦ t < of Parent Directed to the of Application to Their Studies ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 31 March 1905

«life . THK Wi\TBII HYACINTH# "The government engineers at Gal- veston, through the daily pape request laíormatían aa to fte pí eoce In «ay stream in Texaa except the Sabine at the water hyacinth and express a desire to begin the work - of exterminating ithe pest it anj such should exist. They state that the Sabine river Is the only strewn in Tasas they know of that is afflict- ed with the hyacinth, peat and that this river is not within their Jurisdic- tion, but under'that pi "the engineers at New Orleans. This is a great pity, ' for the engineers at New Orleans, insofar as any effort thfcy have ever made to eradicate the ¡hyactetíh evil, seem to be totally unaware of the existence. of ithe Sabipe river. Once, Indeed, an. engine** was sent here from New Qrleela to inveetiga/tie con ditions. He tound an abundance of hyacinths and promised that a steam- er would soon he sent to Orange and kept in the Sabdrte until the hyacinths were destroyed, This statement filled th ehearts of all ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 31 March 1905

* the Hbus- •JÉ t iWM< ¡Mi K Mi ffilp -;.rSftk: ^ -Hl&liP* 01 Maryland Trust © «1., Defend- utty on the «d on Inter nairnim rr 1 ^ Kn|irit':,j^ TOompaon In «aid cause, adjudging the ■aW Margaret P. Thompson to be the owner and holder oUwJMwtd suh- •totlhf Judgment rendered by the Die- 'trict Court of the 60th Judicial DIb. alct of the State of Texas, in and tor C°Unt3r' Texaa' 00 °ctober a? if * oe<rt*ln «•V8* "Wed ****** P. Thompson vs. Beaumont Umbér Comply <* a,., ^Ing No. 4698 on the dosket of said court. In wror of said Margaret,,?. Thompson tor th^aum of Seven Thousand F}ve *®d 8®ye«ty-nlae dollars (W579.00), with interest thereon ait rate of six (6) per cent per an- num from said 17*1^ day of Qctobef, }®04, until paid, and for costs of court, and foreclosing a vendor's Hen upon certain real estate and other, properties located in'the County of •Omng*, State of Texas, being the •described: in that certain deed of con- veyance made by Joseph Bunn, p,. h. Bunn, J. A...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 31 March 1905

ffiW- I®' Hí: Ooini for Chamkorlaia'a Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Kenedy. Don't patyonrMlfin this man's place, but keep a bottle of this remedy in your home/ Th?re is nothing bo good fox Colic, Cholera Morbos, Dysentery and Diarrhoea. It is equally valuable (or Summer Complaint and Cholera Infan- tum and has saved the livM of more children than any other medicine in use. . When reduced with water and sweet- . coed it is pleasant to bike. You, or some one of your family, jure rare to need this remedy sooner or later and when that time comes you will need Mi" f, PI m I Is l Prom Monday's Daily. Bd Ragland, a former Orange hoy who is now manager of the South, western Telegraph and Telephone Company at Batacn, spent Sunday in the city, the guest of floods, and re- turned to hie poat tibia morning. 'A. L. Mitchell, the popular machín tetfor the Orange Lumber Company, is confined to Ms home on Fourth street with an attack of typhoid fever, The Tribune is pleased to announce an improvemen...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 31 March 1905

' yl'\ '■■/'! 1 ■> ICB 31,190B- Piw v The time49 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 Rush-Park Seeds. This is one oí the very few firms who furnish absolutely .fresh seeds and refuse to put them out on oom missions. • Try these seeds, and be made happy over results. .• . • .* .« p ... .• . We want ;to sell you your grocery supplies this year also .• .• .• .• .• .• .• ..... .« v.. .. .. .. . We keep your account so that you know every day just what you owe as well as we do.. We look out fór your wants; and if we haven't got what you want, we will Set it. :• .• .• Th® Grocer NelsoiMfraughon, Port Warth, Texas. Offen better facilities for the comfort and ra other college. A thorough coarse aad a ■Kindi COLLEGE id advancement of it pupils thai any jj^Tiww am S?rf^ ^? >epln^?Md Ban^«can le*rne<? eiRlit weeks. Many of our 2? ^ P08lfc">l,B " ste...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 31 March 1905

mm ra mí IH1Í • u-- 1 TBIf ORANGE StSj'uw. e. t. u. an interesting mother's meet- beld at the Methodipt parson- Age Saturday, March 26, with Mi . H. ■tut, it.iti itiitiiTittnIi ■ « « « demand for its repetition, on the part IB* : J. of the managare at whose tteater AMU8EMENT8. \y. T. Cunningham in charge of the pro- 'I**!**!**!**!' the subject for.discussion was "Are Our Children taught the Evil* Effects at Alcohol in the Public Schools?" Mrs. Bj 0. Latchem read a fine paper ott "Status of J^nohibitlon in • the United States/' and I am sure that all who had the pleasure of hearing her enjoyed it very much. After the program'delightful refresh, ments were served, i «««i A Christian is one in whom Christ Is.farmed by the miracle or regener- ation, and through whom Christ is manifested before the eyes of the world, and with whom Christ co-oper : ates in the work of saving men, and to whom Christ grants a fellowship In his suffering.—G. Campbell Morgan. ' The Sewing Circle of the Home M...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 7 April 1905

■ ■■ . y r ■: "áv ... • • - y. S|M ESpM Wihiíí y MMK&lfit&i /HER, President. onsolíbateb MM j 0 APRIL 7. NUMBER 45 .'/ vj''^:;' #'j': ■ ' ■ , .-v ;■<■■.,;•■ resident. Jr. \"35|Btó HM ' '' ■ •' "" * ' '■ ■ • ■-. . ifófc '■ *ri'■■ i. •.. ! ...■. v ... , •■'t; .... ^ , W. H. STARK, Secretary-Treasurei : : y ■ ' 'MA~: A::V, .S .' IR"'* r^-ivíV''- ■ Mp ; > S v.. ... i mmmmmmmmm mSmSmm' Éí> W! : ; y." ■ - ' '•P? 1 mM m $$$ i ■¡Ra^HS .íívíSS® SHIPMENTS FOR MARCH, 1«06. The Lutcher A Moore Lumber Company. By rail, rough 645,263 Bjr rail, dressed By water .... .......... Orange Lumber ~ S,788,147 1,667,184 6,090,694 By By ,, rough .... ¡J, l> dressed By water 111 *V!*U-V ¡§52,661 • * • I. • 1 ,965,204 •«• • • ( eoovio^ ORANGE, - .KSrf? . :c;v^ ffiV ""1 ,Vt 5f!¡ig Á'v?*'98? u 9BB K MANUFACTURERS OF 1 raSSra 'T'{\ jteti' - V'.\ : Jfi 41 .... ",'V."r. MSU'O* • MhHT' ^T-; wñ — '«.-''iS' ' ■ ''¿.''far. "•.•'-''. ''¿w ■■•>■. ■: • •' >" ■• . ki'I ■'lúif'-'i 3. 3,023,972 9,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 7 April 1905

$&<<'. yfcM m .' W'ffiy '-, r/.í ' ^fl; • ' f '- ,.v'/ J':.; ^ ' ••>«".: j •'•'■« •'*• • •.-. f. Mpv í*''r:V.A- '• ^ T Ti ORASGE |(,;:vh; 8K |í|; í ■.*% >i- WORK UNDER NEW ÓRGANI- \ ZATION. Details of Work Accomplished In Overtiavlina and Instslllnfl M«iy turner— Large Consignment o# OH to b* Here 60011. A reorganization of the Yellow Pine Pápér Mil] company has been perfected In a syndicate of local cap- ital to fully eqolp and oomplete the old. plant, formerly known as the Or- ange Paper Mill, and start same In operation upon- the most modern plans. The work of erecting the buildings and installing the machin- ery was somewhat, retarded on ac- count of the fact that the machinery the orders for which were placed the •llrst of October last, wtas all speci- ally designed and; the shipments somewhat delayed, work did not be- gin till about five weeks ago. The . work is now being earnestly pushed by a large crew, composed of the very best talent of the country, sent he...

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

■v 'mtímm vvmrrsrmrrvmvrmvvm i «í' ',;."'V ;'*i '■ ÍÉ3T&ÍF\, lf«i XwRMl RB APHÍL 7,1906 wWMíiHU v sil .*■ ■pi ...■ H o ,?ftfl.v ¡a^MHíy 1A'; s « SwláíE í:- W;.,V. . Av. MSfóS That's our motto and we solicit tí>e patron- ' ... • ■• '' ■" f ■■ ' '• . ■■■ « .- *v, ■-. ■,. V * >,.i . • ■ . ••.] ' '..■•■ ■ &W age of the people ot Orange * ' .. ' ' -" aud Southeast Texas.. «, «Wji « n mil*, r ¡¿imí# ► ": «$pfl ¡ ~ ífri:',. which we To make room for our spring stock we are of- fering some* exceptional bargains invite you to investigate Mmm^I i '.'A' ■ v..' f ffi I W. H. STARK MERCANTILE CO. E- 8. HAKRIS, MANAGER 1 o jU^JtiUUUIAA^^ ftSS D * ■Ü1 mm )• í- ■ ■' £ ' V 1É KjÉÉgiP Kit; ... ,1L.'.....J mm* juuujj>j>.g.g «jlijul .o.o o mu>.o.to.t a «■a r ; Ü Wé'Mi ■ V Ply Malthoid Hoofing Complete, $2,00 per 1 Piy Malthoid Roofing Complete, 2.50 per ^ 2 Ply Malthoid .Roofing Complete, 3.25 per square 3 Ply Malthoid Roofing Complete, 4.00 per squatfe iuare uare 2 Ply guarantee...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 7 April 1905

Bfep ■ i^y SsíSm' \ -> S illSBIBI krlS m #5= ®fe JP'WSÉÍ J ■ íí'í; wffi iMf:. '■ ■ Kk&& Rift &3S&-, i; :'!1 - MSB. -,_ .. . i C «3 4 gp iaPws^ ".'.•V -s,,v iT«* 0 ■■.. JMKIWsj® WHSM8WaKB!MBMfiBiwB^_ — ■ .* '■'*] ' '" ;'/*' jf^C^V^Í L„ ¿p ' ; wHPi AM: :á: W w>l w > J:/v' ..{!> >Vv'!: '-¿r? &<$'•■ ■ Ufé' ¡Í® " iW ' VM<g|% llsSfe^I'i (sfe-.íw'w ^ IS The best prepared sale from every standpoint that has ever occurred in Orange No such grand collection of Womans Superior Made Under- wear has ever been placed on the retail counters of an," rr~"~~ T™ mpnse Quantities, varieties and assortments—the same made our UNDERWE AR SALES famous,different than all WeslwHtellyou in the quality of the goods, their cleanliness, purity, their speaking prices, which must pieforce he omitted here ?93£ lii ■Sí other store Si Lot No. 1 25 & 50c Wm ■ 0 Cents and ■ CBRSHrasSl W '' v.. 15 Cents the loc lot. Can you aflofd to waste time making these garments offered a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 7 April 1905

vi, *1., Defend- 64 In Equity on the Court, and on. Inter - 198 of Margaret P In said cause, adjudging the t P. Thompson to be the 'and holder of a valid sub- judgment rendered bj the PWh oí -the 60th Judicial Dls- the State of Texas, to and for County, Texas, on October )4, In a certain cause styled P. Thompson vs.* Beaumont Company et being No. the docket of said eoutt, In said Margaret P. Thompson sum of Seven Thousand Five and Seventy-nine dollars 9.00), with interest thereon at of six (6) per cent, per an- froxn said 17th day of October, until paid,, and Cor costa of aqd foreclosing a vendor's upon certain real «state and other lee located in the County of State of Texas, being the same in that certain deed of con grade by Joeeph Bunn, 3unn, J, A. Bunn, V. A. Loving, and husband W. O. loving to the ont Lumber Company, dated l?th, 1900, and recorded in Deed Reqords of Orange County, to Book S, page 230, to which and Deed Records reference lit by unlade for greater certainty, bei...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 7 April 1905

WW1 Wm sJ® wMm vim Ml am Ooin£ Iorv Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and JHarrheea Hemedy. Don't put yourself in this man's place, bnt keep a bottle of this remedy in youi borne. There la. nothing so good for Colic, Cholera MorbnB, Dysentery and Diarrhoea. It la equally valuable for Rammer Complaint and Cholera Infan- * m and has saved the lives of more iildren than any other medicine in use. When reduced with water ana sweet- ened it is plenpant to take. i Yon, or some bne of .yonr family, are rare to need this remedy sooner or later and when that time comes yon will need It badly; von will need it quickly. Why not buy it now and beprepared for snch an emergency? Price, 25c,; large sice, 00 FOR 8ALE BY B. P. HEW80N. m'y gg$. From Saturday's Dally. . C. W. De ttoussy, of Houston, who to a representante there of the Orange Sice Mili, and an old time friend of 1L J. Courbln and E. L. Re Id, also of .the Orange Rico Mill, was in the city ywsterday Shaking hands with Old friends. 'Mrs. E. S...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 7 April 1905

Mi íik! irae ts approaching when you will begin nk 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 Rnsh^Park Seeds. This is one pt the very few firms who. furnish absolutely fresh seeds and refuse to put them out on Dommfssions. Try these seeds, and be made happy over results. .• .• .• .« • .• :> .• .• . We want to sell you your grocery supplies this year, also .• .• .• . • •.• ,« ,• . • ,• , We keep your account so 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 Bet it. .* .* .• ml mm ¿sift MM oteíotw^bh® h \r2.natti V: -t « M v? ip Texas. Railroad Damage Suit*. J Jtour railroad damage Baits were disposed of ct the present term of court. U; twr ucto, the only cases coated), the raiuxjad^iibn before the Vry. The. other two wej-e not tried but compromised. It is begin* nlng to lodk as though the Ol^ Ütne prejudice ag...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 7 April 1905

Sale. *«^1 mi m State of Texa , County of Or- T. " virtue of an order of sale Issued out of the Honorable District Court Orange county, on the 29th day of A. D., 1905, by the Clerk thereof, In the case of Kate Middle- ion and Buna Mlddleton versus W. H. Bddleman, Mary Eddleman, Ollle Stephens, B. A. Stephens, Joe Bddle- man, L. C. Poveto, ^Albert Peveto, Hilen Simmons, Di K. Knight and Vida Knight, No. 182?, and to me, as .Sheriff, directed and delivered, I will proceed to sell fof -cash, within toe hours prescribed J>y law for Sher- iff's Sales, on. the first Tuesday ln„ May. A. D., 1906, it being the second' day of .said mpnth, -before the court hous4 door of said Orange, county, In the town of Orange, the following described property, towlt: Being all that certain lot or -parcel of land lying and situated In the town and oounty of Orange and State of / • Texas, part of lot No. fourteen (14), far block G, of the Sheldon survey of said town of Orange as per the pap thereof of re...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 14 April 1905

ií-ííiiíif'i ■ ■■ WBSft ' ^;i -" . . i ¿fr • 1 V- f íHfe 0:ít(3cn-1lccofb (tonsolíbateb- fMp,';: M 3 * ORANGE, TEXAS. , APRIL 14, 1905. OLUME NUM3ER 46 H. J. LUTCHER, President. W. H« STARR, Secretary-Treasurei. E. W. BROWN, Vice President. «¡m-.tí w&kwfít m ■ : ¡if ORANGE, - TEXAS. i£ ¡pMi MANUFACTURERS OF ■$ WITH THE LUMBERMEN Kiln Dried Lath. Birkit Patent Sheath ing Lath. We Manufacture Any Product Obtainable From a Pine Log. Railroad Timbers, Heavy Joists and Yard H G. BEDEL MOORE, President and Treasurer, J. E. O&ADDOCK, Manager. The Hikard Lumber Co. Information relating to lumber Is not found written put on a slate at the office door of a big manufactur- ing plant. Sometimes it is. easy work to get all that is coming to a live paper by simply listening to sales manager for 4 few minutes; again the gentleman who goes , loaded with just such intelligence as would most Interest readers has a score of waiting visitors in his ante-room, each' anxious to get through with h...

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