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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 28 April 1905

— m it t' ¡wif# •%" Ooinf lor Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. Don't pat yourself in thii du'i dIaco. tat keep a bottle of this remedy in your JtkOTe U nothing ao good fot 'Complaint and Cholera Infan- te wd kM raved the lire* of mon children than any other medicine In twe- mcdjtto1^0 wlth watw udiwut I Tetoji or some one of yonr S5T ^44! T*mtay sooner or — wid when that time comes yon will need tt badiy; yon will need it qnickly. Why ■ot bny it now and be prepared for sum •■emergencyt Price, 880.; large sise, 00* FOR SALE BY B. large site. 50a P. HBWSON. W"''.' §;. I vj'v Ks8$$f m m Ffom Saturday's Daily. J. C. McCullough, an Orange civil engineer; stationed at Jebnlng* La. came home last night to visit his fam ily and to spend the day hunting with his friend, T. O. B. Cot and his son Hlllis McCullough. A. B. Smith and his son, J. E Smith, returned to Beaumont this morning to resume their work of put ting in- cypress timber for their shin gle mill here; ...... - ,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 28 April 1905

¿:ihí M i 'mm, 5$p ; : ' .. - ■ BU ,, .1 ■ Émimmm " i" :v -í®S '- %mmAÁC mi1. : : '. '"■ .'•' mm TEE ORANGE LEADER APRIL 28,1905. fü P «%" _ PLUMBING lili mm. mmm- When you need any pipe flitting, closet ap- purtenances, Bath Tubs, or plumbing acces ^ surtes call on or telephone $ § § § § WRIGHT & SON. '* Tasteless Chin Tome Average Annual Sales over One <md a Half MmSon nerit appeal to you? No Cure, No Pay 50c. > b a T«kcSwt* package of Qrove* Black ICooc. Uv«rPflte. --UfUMil O, TIDE OF Y EAR 8. w.h.stark, l. miller, w. w. reid, j. o. sim , jr. Preeldent. Vlce.Pre«. Ceehler. Am'* C til«r ESTABLISHED IN 1889 . ■ ■■ ;• ■ . \ " ' , '• _■ " I, " / ' „ THE tST National Dank OF 0HAÍÍGE, TEXAS. . Capital Paid in, - SlOfyOOO.OO Surplus, - - - 40,000.00 n Your Business Solicited livery, feed and Sale Stables Une, H. Starrs, - - Proprietor. [ Stable on Fifth Street, opposite Holland Hotel. Í Nicc Driving Horse and first class Rigs for hire. [Carriages meet all Traius, B.iKgage Tran...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 28 April 1905

■Tf: : W; 'íi'.-i- ..fjpKK'- VV/B V1- 5-'M .'ji'/.n ,, jd¿;i jf ' ' ' tWk> ■ / • • .. ' 'V ' ■ ♦ . mBX ORANGE LEADER. APRIL its 1905 1' '' ' I i I ' ' . . THE MEDICAL SENSATION OF THE AGE-THE DISCOVERY OF Life: iU-K. M 'r t" Wti! lilUJtolEJCt NbL mm 'is. mm_ i •WCHflilJElNECKE. nton,WU 'S**— OtherRemedles Failed—Pe-ru-na Cured. Mrs. Chas. Bteinecke, S tough ton, Wis., yrites.: "My experience with Poruña has been most pleasing.. By carelessly leav- ing a heated ballroom I got thoroughly chilled and cayghtaheayycold which settled on my lungs. I wore a protector, .took many remedies"for cold without snccése. With my other troubles I had catarrh of the head. , "Peruna &as recommended to me and / bought a bottle and soon began to improve. / kept on taking It and it cured me from ail my trouble*. I am pleased to testify to Its merits." H ;;s R ü® The World's Greatest Medicine Factory. „ The rapid growth of the Perdna Medi- cine Company is as phenomenal in the business world as the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 5 May 1905

% . p« 'Wlm Wf' é i ¥ ■ lIBRíSftS ^ - ' ; ■ Li1* m VOLUME 16, 1 ' ' - ';M$ 111 m Gítí3en 1Recort> Gonsolibatefc. ' - ji ORANGE. TEXAS. FRIDAY. MAYS. 1005. Ipijiall 'f 'j;?¡ ' ' ' HmMm ■ ■ J. LÜTCHER, President. "7" ■;:^r fíífíí E.W. Vice President. iXm -Treasure*. i !*. m k " h| ■A . ll JÉ Pff&sll mm ORANGE, - TEXAS. P MANUFACTURERS OF * M m mm mmm C: Saw ail Plaiins Kiln Dried Lath. Birlcit Patent Shéáth ing We Manufacture Any Product Obtainable From a Pine Log. and Yard cialty. mmrn M£r I MSB ® J. E. ORADDOCK, Manager. G. BEDEL MOORE, President and treasurer, MANUFACTURERS OF L AURELIA, (Polk County) TEXAS es north of Houston, Texas, on the Houston, leaf yellow pine forests of Polkcoun modem saw mill, planin lying rough and located 90 Railway, t is a first r dry kilns, ties and timber Of rail shipments the Southern Padfio hauled 344 cars end the Orange and Northwestern pulled 130 cara, total 475 cars loajled out from the mills at this place In April, against (¡90 sent from....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 5 May 1905

■ MMP! *fSSS If % THE* VIVA IN PORT. Will -Take Out a Big Tow of Timbar For Export. • From Tuesday's Dally., The tug Viva of Beaumont arrived here yesteitfay afternoon from Porjt Arthur after a 250,000-foot tow of square timber for Howard Newcomb. a. Lake Charles timber exporter." The. tow will be taken on a. Bhlp at Port Arthur and-iarrled to foreign portas After dropping' the tpw -of timber the Viva will pick úp tuco , barges and a' steamboat and tow them to Morgan City, La. The readers of this pa- per will no doubt retoiembeir the. story of this tug of a few weeks ago In re- gard to a wreck oh the gulf from a storm and its being repaired In an Orange ship yard. This time they have- hád no, mishaps of their own- but from what the captain, J. K. Gonzalas, says, there was trouble en- countered by the tugs Charles Clarke and Seminole of Galveston. The cap- Inih reported that these two tugs had three lftrge barges, a dredge boat and a gasoline launch In tow and that he cajne with them...

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

mm 1JBTS ORANGE LEADER MA Y 5,1905 dred bead la Herd. Ltocated below lever line. tock of Best Scotch strai ■■'-v.- .1 Polled DurHams. Red Polls. veri! HTrns:; able JPriqes and Easy Terrafe to responsible buy Will take some good land at market price in part pay for round lots. Address, ' • LANDA CATTLE COMPANY, Braader. af RcCl.t.red Cttl. Only. NEW BR AUN PELS, tEXAS. J WÉ WAKE A SPECIALTY OF W>:\ PORTRAITS also prepared to do View Work. Call, examine it work and give ús a trial. Our prices are reason- able and We guarantee to plfease. : DENNY'S STUDIO '■y.y NEAR HOLLAND HOTEL í ooooooaooaeeoaoooaeeeeeeaoooooo—OCOOOOOOeOOGOOei m * ¡0' Ply Malthoid Roofing Complete, $2*00 per square Piy Malthoid Roofing Complete, 2.50 per square 2 Ply Malthoid Roofing Complete, 3.25 per square I 3 Ply Malthoid Roofing Complete, 4.00 per Square "}■'■' . . ' ' . , ' , ' J •'i ' f • ■ . J-/, frr •'? ' 2 Ply guaranteed for Five Years 3 Ply guaranteed for Ten Years on condition that roof is painted eve...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 5 May 1905

■■S ' wi V- 'k ' '*' ¡ • 1 \ ¿¿*N5s if- «life 4a" ,v * • ''<•v-v'- " -WifIf! '''fMw'v,' W-TO^Ví-I/'H'' • 41 <■ v ' >'-".:• ? .'•?« ..; ¡s áls?!'..,■ l'"1'' TV K 0R.1.VGE LEADER, MA Y 5, 1905- J . Trrr '""ií i1 REE 1 . ,,,• . !,.■>/.'■«f *r¿'.. ' I.'KIV, . MUNIFICENT NEW HOME LIBRARY WILL CHARTS will be mailed absolutely FREE to every person Who sends One Dollar (regular clubbing price) to I . pay for a full year's subscription to Ba THE TWICE-A-WEEK REPUBLICJ±SE=FARM PROGRESS. Tile Oldest and Best Semi-Weekly Newspaper in the West* and the Biggest, Brightest and Foremost Farm and Home Monthly Published Two Great Journals *n Entire Year and a BEAUTIFUL SET OF CHARTS all for One Dollar! Extraordinary opportunity offered to readers of this papw.^ Nine Complete Maps, including one of YOUR OWN STATE, and a health of Indispensable Information to every Man, Woman and cniia * ' pftgre. In ordering, designate which State'Mnp la de«lred>t portion who send* one dollar to pay for...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 5 May 1905

ÍH wlw • «•- .. "II ■ "^:ív v;;- 8BM " WW- n m HRKRH HpIH ' í!#f ¡Bí ".• CE MÍ ífi -■ "J i* • • if ' TE ts ORANGE LEADER, VA Y 5,1905. ijiWi «' n. Tüffrn "fi **i The Brlto . «nú W«aklaf. Pe have come to look upon water as it primarily to wash In, as an aid ' ubhi'lon rather than u thin of bean- A ¿tory of a Somersetshire pea*- at will Illustrate what we mean. The ' Individual In question had never Been sea until he was taken to Weston- . guper-Mare on a "choir treat" excur ilon, Naturally the vicar, the curate ■and the rest of the tenors, trebles and asses as soon as the esplanade was peached gathered aronnd to see how the first sight of the ocean-would strike the natural man.- Will it be believed that; the. words struck from htm by the view of "thc uufarrowed deep" lying " in vpst expanse before his eyes were these: "If I'd known what her were like, I'd have brought down a bit of Soap and had a good wash." The iron or, - ratlfer, the soap, had entered só deeply Into his soul that h...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 5 May 1905

■ íiWpi IK IfX?$ ¡, | § m f::; ■ mim !V¿>il . r--«' * - ,;i w TEE ORANGE LEADER MA Y 5, 1005. Ill wk' 0. p" — mmm Do .You Know Vluit death may lurk in your walla? In the rotting paste under wall paper; In the decaying glue or other animal matter in hot water kalsomlnen (bearing fanciful name )f Use nothing but Destroys dlseaae germs and vermin. *Bm|> AamamI White and nlVGK umnenv delicate tints.. Does not rubor scale. You can brush It on—mix with oold water. Exquisitely beautiful effects produced. Other finishes, mixed with either hot or cold water, do not have the cementing property of Alabaatlne. They are Btuck on with glue, or other auiipal matter which Vote, «fteeding disease germa, rub- bing, scaling, and spoiling walls, clothing etc. Buy Alabaatlne only In five pound packages, properly la- beled. Tint card, pretty wall and celling design; "Hints on Decorating" and 6ur. art- late' services in making oolor plans, ftree. ALABASTINE CO~ < Crsad Rapids, Mich,, or 105 Water...

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

m mm WW* •\WfrM When you need any pipe flitting, closet ap- purtenancest Batü Tubs, or plumbing acces sories call ooho* telephone g § §, § § - WRIGHT ScSOH. mj® ■ :.OTWStc- IHi &fe, ■■ ■ -i1. • ."!t 'ii/ ••' • WMiL A ?.-ftf? • V MAY* 5, 190$. : IHIH ríí s vmmt mi racww P. B. CURRY 8 SON. Geaeral Isssraace A tests. ORANflE) m m m 0 mu TEXAS /*U21V TamSM Chill Tome No Care, Ho ray A.M.H. STAK, W. M. STARK, Pr* ld«nt L.MILLER, W« W. REID, VlccPrtt. Oathltr. ESTABLISHED IN 1889 1 ■ THE fe National B OF ORANGE, TEXAS. v#V,' <m :! *• *W®b Capital Paid in, - $100,000.00 Surplus, - 40.000.00 A* •• sms, «iR« AM't Oathlar ffii s= PHI Your Business Solicited Sg&&Si mm ■ 3 & P And Transfer Line, H. Starks, - - Proprietor. fctabWon Fifth Street. opposite Holland Hotel. I i Nicc JbrivinK Howes and first class Riga for hire. ! Carriages meet all Traius. Baggage Transferred. I Hows and Buggies for Bale at a bararain. .Board- ing accommodations for horses. Rates Reasona- ble: Carr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 5 May 1905

■# m- m mm Tí ÍW ii THE ORANGE LEADER. MAY 5 s-4:y PROGRESSIVE LEAGUE MEET * ' .. •o '* f Standing Committees Appointed and a Plan o lor kOu^lined¿ /' y" ■ ■ ■ * , • •• Ohangk:*, Mav 4TH, 1905. / Pursuant to call a meeting of the Progressive League was' held in the parlors, of the HoK J and Hotel there beióg present some twenty tive or thirty of the representative citizens ol Orange. Meeting was called to upon inotiou of Mr. J. L. Harris the action of the mass meet- ing of citizens on April 25th: in electing a president, vice pres- ident and treasurer, was rati' tied. The following gentlemen were unanmously elected to' fill these offices: P. H. Farwell, President, J. W; Link, Vice Prfcsident, Geo. W, Bancroft, Treasurer. Then followed a dis- cussion-as to whether the Sec- retary of the League should be elected by the League as a whole or should b.e appointed i by the ( Executive Committee. After quite a lengthy discus- &k>nr-.upon motion made by C Dr. S. W. Sholars made a sti...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 12 May 1905

B if Ifell |PhFl®®CTW/I,)j \:m '*.%;«) MPM¿?i*í "íjL,. . : - %'& Ta ^'v< W % ..•■•• V ■ mmm \¥p: 'iJsíSíí ,A',i , ''■■ ■■■: ORANGE, TEXAS. MAY 12, ".:' m* ■■pppH^ap -X-.Í.. .!. vw^W- S' r v. ' 'M rawai skí ■BMP'apf'i'rtF IMMViM President, Secretary-Treasurei. Vice Pres m i\'} i ■■> ■*■ ;{J 'n< •; 7' vOvff 3 'li, ¿i#; J'$*^'s j ■mm nmat li%\ ORANGE, - TEXAS = s±= MWPf'ri&*A$3! IP r4.; & Kiln Dried Lath. Birkit Patent Sheath ■ i e Manufacture Any Product Obtainable From a Pine "Log. ists and Yard MMM ■ -:.^ G. BEDEL MOORE, I'residéDt and Treasurer, • • •;■' ■ J. E. CRADÍÍOCK, Manager. ,M'., , MANUFACTURERS OF Lumber, ! ÍÍI LAÜRELIA, (Polk County) TEXAS, wmp, ton, Texas, on the Houston, pine forests of Polkcoun- modem saw mill, WITH THE LUMBERMEN % Mills ht .this vicinity have have had one Whole week Without rain; it is altogether a new experdnce, .for «6 long a dry spell has not been experienced by them for fully three months. Warm, dry wind have absorbed much of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 12 May 1905

mm ül B9 ORANGE LEADER MAY 12, li liHHHHiHiiiia •f'&3 SIMS Wfk 3SE1M jJ^KVÁA i -•' I® SP^S . . >! \ mi' Wood Distillates Plant WHI Soon Be Ready to Operate. FIRST TWENTY-SIX PLANTS Orange Plant Will Be the Parent of a Number of Others to Follow. V A Tribune man called on Mr. ■A. W. Hanford, chief engineer of the Wood Distillates and Fiber Company at bis office this morning for the purpose of as- certaining more information in regard to the plant being con- structed by him here. Mr. Han- ford was kind enough to show the machinery and to explain every detail. The plant as a whole is. one of the moat com- pact and well constructed in the south. All the heavier work is now complete^ the en- gine beds and tank foundations have been finished and had it not been for the misfortune of getting their Corliss, engine broken in a wreck, the plant would have begun operations by June the first, d ' In a short time a spur track will be built from theOráuge «fe Northwestern railroad to the p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 12 May 1905

H¡ [ I i 1 m I ' ' I- Hi V ílt r iii ■ — r - l. §¡g life / KM aíA^it-ira 'i vio Three Hundred h althy, hard e Prices' an íTí'if^üBpií- ■• BRAUNPEL3, TBX/ 5WSHSS í ' sx x ¿JÉ WE MAKE A*SPECIALTY OF PLATINUM PORTRAITS And also prepared to do View Work. Call, examine our W9rk and give us a trial. Our prices are reason- able and we guarantee to please. : : : DENNY'! NEAR HOLLAND HOTEL 2qs39000009900í \ Ply Malthoid Roofing Complete, $2,00 per square 1 Piy Malthoid Roofing Complete, 2.50 per square 2 Ply Malthoid Roofing Complete, 3.25 per square 3 Ply Malthoid Roofing Complete, 4.00 per square 2 Ply ^guaranteed for FiveYears - 3 Ply guaranteed for Ten Years I on condition that roof is painted every two years; It'will last longer than shell or Won I roof and is cheaper. A PARTY OF PROSPECTORS i ' vi Spend Some timé Here Looking Over the Rice Canals. — jlf ti, 1906. - ' * > " | Sabine Supply Co. j i aa o'afl'ii'iracaiiflaflTBam ayrrro'aTr aTrvmTre Tm'yrr>r i THE FARMING SEASON £ trr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 12 May 1905

í|iiBl'ltiiiáiiiiit)''l* iBSp ■ t-í.: Commissioners & í' ;¿-y- > j: I fef i P;' «fe; J' •W. I I ®V; W fe.; ir? n fleet In Regular . Session Transact Routine Business CLAIMS ALLOWED Telephone Companies Are Granted Right of Way Over County Roads. A regular session of the Com- missioner's Court of Oran ere County was begun on the 8th day of May,-1905. and continued for two days. Present W. J. Wingate, County Judge and Commissioners Wind- ham, Gravett and Harris, 0. L, Goodman; Clerk, R. M. Johnson Sheriff, when the following business was transacted and the following orders were made. Ordered that the following be allowed as pauper claims against the county and the Clerk is authorized to draw warrants in favor of said parties for the same for three months ft om date to wit; Mrs. Lferoy Ratcliff $5.00 per month for three months, Mrs. Ellis $5.00 per month for three months. Mrs. Chas. Floyd $5.00 per .month for three months. Mrs. Joe Berwick $5.00 per month for three months. Mrs. H...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 12 May 1905

S^vv; . 000 oí tlití best I youDt men of the cit jwriC veton where V« post d l^i I :'|t ■, v. Wm. Bilbro, paster of Green AVenue Bistist church j New City Off icen t yesterday afternoon for >unt Mena, Arkansas, for a days recuperation. On ac- nt of his absence there will ces at the church "next Sunday. ' $Í1 and They wwe :-%V .. 1" mini . ip'-H I. i H. M. Watson, boarding pris-j cftallo* BY publication. habtoemi ^ wd ^ ^ir, np preaching servi een Avenue Bapt EXTENDED oners, $Q. 71; H. M. Watson, special police, 116.00. G. S. Claybar, hauling, |2.00. B. M. Davis, boarding prison- ers, 18.75. Theaccount of the Orange lee | Light & Waterworks company •was turned over to the finance ¡committee for adjustment. No further business appear ling, the council^adjourned. 'Josephine Da broca msrried Fwuik Allen, srsar-, PiffiSafes use Count*, Greeting: laid heirs died intestate and leafing the You are hereby commanded to aummon •J5 ® #B?u4i? U*lr ¡F*# idney and the unknown heirs Bi¿53l. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 12 May 1905

; ' - ' fel SSPBtfitóBí' - I Must Have It Ton Win know theta, doq>lte their ft - «dial name*—thcjr we cumuli/ mixed wltb hot witw and uo not havo the o*. menUng property of Mix iritbooldwfttér.ftnroneo braah |ton; A Rock Ceminl and tinta? Kills Térmift and dtoewe genjMj doe not rub "or «cale. No WMhln# of Well after once applied. Othfcf wall flnlabét most be wasbéd off erery year—expenslTe, filthy work. They rub and scale, and the Clue or other animal matter in them rot* and feed* llaeaae germs. Bay Alabastine only in five pound packages, properly labeled. Tin* card, prttty wall and ceiling design, ♦'HinU on Decorating" and oar artmr •^rricea.in making color plana, Dree. ALABASTINE CO- Oraad Rapids, Mkk, or IN Water St, It* sale by R, B. Goree. J. M. Hendry of South Orange, left this morning on a visit to relative* in Houston. We are informed that It is qfiite likely that the management of the Orange and Northwestern Railway will run another excursion to their elegant picnic grou...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 12 May 1905

' \ S leí &it* When -you need any pipe flitting, closet ap- purtenances, Bath Tubs, or plumbiniracces fcorles call on or telepbc ' ■soff ÍrMM HHÜ ■ mÉn Isn't It Time.... Toteplace that old watch of yours with a new one. Our line of watches contains the one you want, at " the price you want to pay. At every price we can offer a, guaranteed time- piece, and can put . money into your pocket. There's beauoy of design in each watch. We carry all the leading makes, such as the Waltbam, Elgin, Hampden, Howard, Hamil- ton, and ftpriogfleld movements, and all the best makes of cases in filled and solid gold. Deposit will hold any of these beautiful watches. Quality Jeweler. Sabine Bldg mi Mm mm -jrrrTi M'ttllKL Ml Tm m\ wm' mwm W. M. STARK, L. MILLER, W. W. Pf««ld«wC VIcfPN*. 6a l ilia IV- ■ " 1 Business Solicited -ANK Capital Paid in, - $100 Surplus, - - - - - 40.000.00 '— k And Transfer Une, H. St arks, - - Proprietor. Stable* on, Fifth Street, opposite Holland Ho Cirti^l* iii'-ci «II'...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 12 May 1905

p ' |§C Rf" ■ % iM ■ Spfe. rat \W^4] *> Ifi ' *| ffl ' FILE & STOVELL SIT If. The New Mil! Will b« « Double Band, ' Arranged for Adding a Circular or dang at a Later Dale- * , \ ■ - m, v'V"'- i J Th^Tribune-is pleased to be in position this afternoon to an- nounce the awarding of the con- tract for tbMPacbinery ior the " new mrM ottlhe Orange Lumber. Company and: thus set at rest tberuqjprs tl|ft were current on the streets j^feterday that the mill would not be built. Last night, in Houston, at the general offices of the company, the contract for. the machinery for the new mill was awarded to the Filer & 8 to well company, of Milwaukee, who will supply all of the machinery. for the big plant, the contract being secur ed by their representative, Mr. John J. Monahan. The new mill will consist of a double band, and will be arrang ed for adding a circular or a gang saw at a later date. The contract for the boilers -was awarded to the Casey & Hedges company , the power-for...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 19 May 1905

km ■ wS pitf m*. * HM M -"i I JLx , ÜflUSB ■,f mwws '■ , ' , . :-r;- WliilllWlBMiPM ' ' ■'■ Ik /\«4 Conaolíbateb- |1, fe Pifft fe ,' iR i ■■.:■■ :-SfeK:i -H* ■119 FRIDAY, MAY 19,- 1905. " 1 1 ■■ •"••*■; ffelUTCHER, President. E. W. vw«i Vice President. w. cu Secretary-Tréasur ei :-V"i ■ |lte w« E'il 1 ■' 'V ORANGE, - TEXAS /it,.;,". r- • V1* ' ■ *'■■ «V. Kiln Dried Lath, tirkit Patent Sheath tag We Manufacture Any Product Obtainable From a Pine I¿ogr. JEDBL MOORE, President and Treasurer, E. CRADDOCK, Manager. Us í; i • ' V, >•■••• MANUFACTURERS I i.i. LAURELIA, ( t is located 90 mil< Rail '£XASd| ' . U,'1 :;i U>i ■ ' > r , jV- ' ' , ' louston, Texas, on the Houston, yellow pine forests of Poikcoun- 1, a modern saw mill, plani sui >iyiug, ■ * V ■sSas i,.%j A widt! range of orders came into mills at this place since last report," and such bills as they could ac- commodate with least delay were confirmed. Unhap- pily, this did not cover every call, nor did it include th...

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