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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lumberjack. — 23 April 1913

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Publication Title: Lumberjack, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lumberjack. — 23 April 1913

Frank F. Vann OPTICIAN AND JEWELER Red Cros Drug Store Alexandria, La. -unr~* c~~ I~L· C alll ; It t.hn iin. In thisdiamond flwwe do ,tul nplqlrr aqlaly Ii...'k in all thl, (lifryflt 6116ldinlU, it Indliaetpw a dnfurrt of Mivht lIsigi hat uN. 164 V666614 1,6! il' 616 n anI lIJIouJ 60 crruitniLi'tt oatwi. I6ye tAutlo(R free. ELIZABETH TAMPERS U. S MAIL? Sworn Statement of D. N. Gorman. \- . IIts iii' 4is 0 I eIIIItu >5'.'. 1661 I g16'611 66 I',ºr~s1 401 i:1111 1. \I1'. I a lt :1 t i '.a '.6 6' , 6111. : i 111:1 a \1 II:1Il ' Iti I I .It 6'i 6 ' 1 I I Ii 4 66 II :11 a Iii lI ' 16. 11 till'. 1'tIL', 16 6611, \ 1 '1(:11 itea· I6:1111 '.'.'lll (S II'64 '.'ls '4 ( 1. I ;1161 :1 t l'II/1160 "1 ai111t i '111 '111 4. .' Iii ,l 111'tl 1 ,4111 1166 1'.:11\1:1II iit 6 II I . Ir ' )I'r ' 1912 IIrs '1 6I . Iit kI '.' 'I 11 4"11 II61 1' .' 1 117 I't' S'ii 'iI I, 66i'l it1411 111a1'6tt \1 ' 1116 hol l t Assist"Iit 140 1':i/ii. eii iI6.: li . 1.\1 1 I 116' 56'6t'616h 1 ' II 11I'" :1lto' III ,v . ...

Publication Title: Lumberjack, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lumberjack. — 1 May 1913

THE LUMER JACK "AN INJURY TO ONE I AN INJURY TO ALL" VOLUME I "MIGHT IS IGHT" NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, MAY 1 191. "T_ VOLUME I " MIGHT IS fIGHT " NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, MAY 1, 1913. "Taurm CoNQuu " Nuumr 17. ____________-~=-.-~-~ -~---~~--- - --~-.--- -t-e --- ---- ;_ GOD JOINS 1W.W. Sabotages Merryvile Worse Than He Did Phroaeh SHOOTS AMERICAN LBR. CO. oI POCKETBOOK TO TUNE OF $35,000. Deluge Wrecks Sauta Fe's Neto rious Peoeily. BUSTED COCKROACHES SICK OF THEIR DRUNKEN CUNMEN AND SCAB AWIES. Lifer Seeds Wiless to The La I rjack That the Paeeilieus Delidder ad Leesºie Are Net i Lie It Tate fie Wrah d1 Gd. - "A4M Islloa. irs -Isr l i-e ms Iuar, ad Get Ii. the One Big Uie dire k ST Lae," Wires the Reeld Crpeahr d Naare. REBELS, INTO ACTION. Often and often the priests and preachers have told you .it "God helps those who help themselves." If this be true, then God must have joined the I. W. W., for He or Mother Nature one has surely handed it to the peonity of Mer...

Publication Title: Lumberjack, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lumberjack. — 1 May 1913

THE LUMBERJACK Education * * Freedom in Organization RS4 Industrial Emancipation Democracy * I'ubhlishd WV'" kly by National Industrial Irnion of Forest and Lumber \Vorkers, Southern IDistrict. Ilox 510. ALhXANI)!tIA, .OISlHIANA COVINGTON HALL, Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Yearlyv. Ini teil Stat'a .. .................... .. .......... ........$1.00 Six Months, I nited States .................. ...................... .50 Foreign, Yearly .................................................. 1.50 Hundle Orders, i'er ('oply (in ('anadas ............................... .02% Bundle Orders. 'Per ('opy (in I'tlied States) ........................ .02 Ilundl's, Orders of 5.s or more (Hpot ('ash) Per ('opy................ .01 % Single ('opit' ....................................................... 05 ('ash milstt iclllompanlly ill orders. NATIONAL, iNII'STI.rIA, I'NIO(N OF I' tir''ST AND LITMIII'7It WOItKRS THEoI" rlIN I ISTRI(I"]. Ilitrict Ilheadquarlters ...... ....11t 4 (Golid Aven'IIIe, Alexa...

Publication Title: Lumberjack, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lumberjack. — 1 May 1913

GENERAL STRIKE PROPOGANDA Wage Scale for Loggers and Saw Mill Workers. JOIN THE ONE BIG UNION. Initiation Fee $1.00; Dues 50c Per Month. National Industrial Lnion of Forest and I.umber Workers. Southern District. Le't (iinioin (I nil opi-uniiiinI wvork(''rs J't tir'tlhe'r it o,,ir' viii formulaitr plans h!l w'hich thi'/ ian make' it un hla'wftul in the. S",oith'rr, StrIt. 's o i;.s rhIarri ' o emlplo!i e f.)' r !h'lngfliniii to I Uiion ,," t., hlrkllist himi. No .1trike sihall be crailed until ma jiority of .uril,ber \VWrkers, Union and linon-unionlilr n'l, htve voted by secret ballot. I)'in dipv of Slo ivl Mll WIorkr,'.. We demand an eight-hour day. We demarnd that eight hours be the working day from calling out in the morning until return at night. We demand abolition of percentage 'yst em. We demand that all men ..hall be hired from Union Hall. We dlemand that $2.50 per day, or $50.00 per month and board, shall be the minimum wage for all employes in the logging or railroad ca...

Publication Title: Lumberjack, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lumberjack. — 1 May 1913

Frank F. Vann Optician 1 Jeweler Red Cross Drug Store Alexandria, La. Watch Inspector For St. L. & G. M. Ry. Eye ilasses quickly fixed and repaired. First-class workmanship in all lines guaranteed. EYES TESTED FREE If you can't see right see me and I'll see that you see. THE WORLD IUILDERS. (Dedicated to Fellow-workers Fre donia Stevenson and Ruby Idom and all the warrior women of the WORKING SOUTH.) Gaze backward thru earth's veil of night, Who broke our chains? Who gave us light ? Who raised us up? Who brought the day? Was it imperial Caesar, say! 0 ye who bend the knee to kings, Who worship forms and gilded things, Lift up your eyes awhile and see The mighty ones who made us free! Whate'er their creed, whate'er their clime, Their souls were strong, their faith sublime; They wore no crown, they knelt to none, They with the soul-truth were as one. They dreamed the dream, they wrought the deed, They plowed the field, they sowed the seed; They sent hope's searchlight thru the glo...

Publication Title: Lumberjack, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lumberjack. — 8 May 1913

Help God Make Them Take the Iron Heel Off Dixie. SOrganization Is Power THE LUMBERJACK "AN INJURY TO ONE IS AN INJURY TO ALL" Vi v ii " Mia is R:iii " NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, MAY 8, 1913. "TRUTH CONQUERS" NUMBER 18. LIES ARE LIES, SAYS OLD REB. lnted I. W. W. "Fanatic" Cites the Facts And Cootrasts Them With the Fairy Tales of "Arthur Jensen, A. F. oif I.. Orf~aniier." 41't1x`1 .t\14 11,'1~1::I\ ;4 .t "'1t'11 ,41 V I. . Ill t 1114. .4' 4'x1 "11:1x Ill' it-, a ti\ I y. II t11' 111n iiii Ii, 411)1t ,\('t' ha5 fiit I'4 ri"44' \\' }11: 4144 114' 4. 1. 1, 4'I'4':4'.41 11 1 14' st 011f ' 141 114 (11" Il414j4ru '1'44 ,4 I 4,,4)1(fil4g ('I414l11 14)I4S 44.14 Ii \hit :I14,'. I\'x.' That i'- a" I iI' 4411 4t 4 11 4 tho' 4 4,14 ' ('1441 I). :114 1 A it I4' :Intl1 1114' N4'4, 1':r:I 1 41 I I If j')4 4' it. It \,\l- t114hl I 1\1. \4'~. t I I '4i. ' .'11 \\ ag .. It11 .1 1*' 1 44411441 it 1.1I4; :41141 .14 Ii't 4'114'41 41411 r. 111 th4' M141, 4 414 :m11 IntlI It .\;1- I 114 '\. V. 441'...

Publication Title: Lumberjack, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lumberjack. — 8 May 1913

THE LUMBERJACK Education * Freedom in Organization "'"VERS Industrial Emancipation * Democracy I'.,l !l: , I \\. I,. L Nl ti.nal In'Iustrial I'nlion of I'Forest and I.unber Workers. Soulthrnl Iistric4t. lt0\ , In. COVINGTON HALL. Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Y ' ,, I' 1n11ed Stales . .. .............. .. ... ......... $1.00 S1\ \ oriths. I n i."l Stales . . ....... .. . ...... ................. .50 IP r ii ln. Ye.arly .. ......... .. ........ . .... . .. .... ... .......... 1.50 IlIli~ll e' 4 )rlar . I'Per 'l, t in (in :aada; ) ...... .... ... .. . .......... .. . 02 li hlunl , ()rdlrll. I'."r ' 'olpy (nll I'nile'd St aIl ' .l ... ... ...... ..... .. .) Iun1111111 .. (Irl, l' of :;,I or o111( ' 1 s I(p t ('anhill IP'?r ('opy .................... 011 Ih 1," ( " ' , s . . . .... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..j. . . . . . . . . . ( 5 (ash imist accompany ll lrder-. N VI I\.i.), 1NI1l'.5''1I 1I. I'NIiN (OF IF ltEST'' AND I.I'MII1it WORIKIIS So l'TIII':IN I4S...

Publication Title: Lumberjack, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lumberjack. — 8 May 1913

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Publication Title: Lumberjack, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lumberjack. — 8 May 1913

Frank F. Vann OPTICIAN AND JEWELER Red Cross Drug Store Alexandria. La. 41 If the linen in this diamond figure do not appear equally black in all the diferent meridians, it indicates a defect of sight that causes nervous head-ache and should be corrected at once. Eyes tested free. GENERALSTRIKE PROPAGANDA Wage Scale for Loggers and Saw Mill Workers. JOIN THE ONE BIG UNION. Initiation Fee $1S.00; Dues 50c Per Month. %ational Industrial Union of Forest and Lumber Workers. Southern District. Let anion anltd 1 on-nion workers ft It r ofther at ,once rand formsulate plans h!! which theft caºn make it ºon lawf:ul in the S'otthcr,i Statc.es to dis crharUp (ni e'mplo fc for In'lonin! to a Union or to ahwrklist him. No strike shall he called until ma jority of Lumber Wcrkers, Union and non-union men, have voted by secret ballot. I)entatd of Naw Mill Workers. We demand an eight-hour day. We ldemand that eight hours be the working day from calling out in the morning until return at night. We...

Publication Title: Lumberjack, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lumberjack. — 15 May 1913

REMEMBER THE CONVENTION CONVENES MAY 19th. Organization Is Powe r THE LUMBERJACK "AN INJURY TO ONE IS AN INJURY TO ALL" VOLUME I " MIGHT IS RIGHT " NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, MAY 15. 1913. "TRUTH CONQUERS" NUMBE 19. To the Work ing Class F'cllo w Workers We, the strikers at Merryville, La. appeal to you to continue sending funds to assist us in our strugglh against the Unio,-hating Americar Lumber Compa .. For six long months we have been in a death strug. gle to maintain our rights which were denied us when the American Lumber Company discharged fifteen (l.') of our fellow-workers for no other rea" son except than that they obeyed an order of court to appeal as witness es and otherwise in the (;rabow trial. For tnis reason thirteen hundred I. W. W. Lumberjacks went on strike at Merryville, La., on November 11, 1912, fighting, not only the American Lumber Company, but the Santa Fe It. R. Co., as well. No worker, union or non-union, who has ever tasted the bitter fruits of thi...

Publication Title: Lumberjack, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lumberjack. — 15 May 1913

THE LUMBERJACK Education * Freedom in Organization n Industrial Emancipation Democracy Publishd WVeekly by National Industrial Union of Forest and Lumber Workers, Southern District. Offices of Publication: 335 Carondelet Street, New Orleans. La.; 1194 Gould Avenue, Alexandria, Louisiana. COVINGTON HALL, Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Yeaily, I'nited States ......................... ................$1.00 Six Months, United States ............................................ 50 f Foreign, Yearly ................................................. 1.50 Bundle Orders, Per ('opy (in Canada) ................................ 02% Bundle Orders, Per ('opy (in United Statesi ......................... 02 Bundles. Orders of 500 or more (Spot ('ash) Per Copy ................ .01% S ingle Copies ............................ ........................ . 05 ('ash must accompany all orders. 'le.as, rtake all checks and money orders payable to THE I'MBEIRJAACK (not to individuals . Alexandria. Ila. NATI"I...

Publication Title: Lumberjack, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lumberjack. — 15 May 1913

THEY FOUGHT OUR BATILE NOW WE MUST FIGHT THEIRS T! .Ill Laour lrllall alti. Nrist oalst h'1 al ri , W ls.: 'l I rhi,'I.r' (i lf thl ' O pt'r.sse.d. ('i O\i AIsIA," R I.l'(yI'IIIs am I El'4 l I, LOW WOIKR:I: oih you know that the first Little I'alls striker to Ie t rigid, I.'ilippo Iloe 'lhlni, was rcnI'irlced hl la " i.red" jury! aflt'r h114 innocensel'it... it.s prol'-vi its ('oullrt  Io you know that it was a "franme-lup" to railroad the workers who have, We''n marked by the mill iowner's its victims' to satisfy their \vengeance?l I)o you realize tlhat since Ihey have bieen able' tq ('O)NVI('T O)NE' INNOCEI'NT MAN, Ihiy will d1, tIhe ,t nlt with t ,he next thirtel',l' l ')ral1.i. j 11 /'IIIei l /14 lfl ,i' !/ /Ir s .'lpo k.,'In. .An ilntimidathtrl h. flht sand paid ( " ren'ed Lanl I'l\row eatell by tricks 11111 \.wou l s 1ham e a r.d-li'ht charnr - ler. the jury hls s.-id that the word oIf' hired thugs 4'mpjloyed its special officers witho ut untilformsn and with crimnilll r...

Publication Title: Lumberjack, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lumberjack. — 15 May 1913

Frank F. Vann OPTICIAN AND JEWELER Red Croas Drug Store Alexandria, La. If the lines n this dianomd figure do am appear qually black in alil the diferet nridias, it indiate a defect of sight that causes aervous head-ache and should b concted at moae Ejestted bee would be an aid in the revolution in stead of a hindrance. As this com munity of interests developed the farmers would see the possible struc ture of a new society and his idea of property would disappear. Prop erty, that great bugaboo, that is ever in the minds of the Socialists. For my part I fail to see from personal observation among all classes of workers in 30 different states, that there is a great deal of difference in the working farmer's idea of prop erty as compared with the rest of the workers. The industrial worker has his idea of property rooted in the skill that he possesses, whether he works t)y hand or with a machine. A skill ed operator can turn more and better i'roducts than one who is not skilled, theref...

Publication Title: Lumberjack, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lumberjack. — 22 May 1913

NO RIGHTS WITHOUT DUTIES; NO DUTIES WITHOUT RIGHTS. SOrganization IsPower THE LUMBERJACK "AN INJURY TO ONE IS AN INJURY TO ALL" VOLUME I " MIGHT IS IGHT r" NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, MAY 22, 1913. "TRUTH CONQUERS" NUMBER 20. NOTICE. Election for a General Strike. Three Hundred Thousand Forest and Lumber Workers on the Pacific Coast Will Vote to Go on General Strike for the Eight Hour Day and Other Demands. TO ALL FORESTS AND LUMBER WORKERS OF THE ENTIRE PACIFIC COAST, AND ALSO OF THE SOUTHERN STATES: We are being skinned alive and brutally treated and insulted by bru tal bosses beyond the point of endurance. Don't you think we have en (lured starvation wages, long hours of labor and vile conditions, amidst growing I'rices of necessities, long enough? THE TIME HAS COME FOR ACTION. We will never see a better time to act than now Fellow-Workers: Let's arise and demand and enforce our rights. If you, as an individual wage worker, want shorter hours, higher wages and better condi...

Publication Title: Lumberjack, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lumberjack. — 22 May 1913

THE LUMBERJACK Education * W Freedom in Organization Industrial Emancipation Democracy Published Weeki"' by National Industrial Union of Forest and Lumber Workers, Southern District. Offices of Publication: 335 Carondelet Street, New Orleans, La.; 1194 Gould Avenue, Alexandria, Louisiana. COVINGTON HALL, Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Yearly, United States .............. ................ ........$1.00 Six Months, United States .......................................... 50 For0:gn, Yearly ....... .................................... 1.50 Bundle Orders, Per Copy (in Canada) ............................. 02% Bundle Orders, Per Copy (in United States) ..0......... ......... 0 Bundles. Orders of 500 or more (Spot Cash) Per Copy ............. .01% Single Copies ... .......................................05 Cash must accompany all orders. Please make all checks and money orders payable to THE LUMB1ERJACK (not to individuals), Alexandria, La. NATIONAL INDUSTRIAL UNION OF FOREST AND LUMBER WORK...

Publication Title: Lumberjack, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lumberjack. — 22 May 1913

IN WONDERLAND. From "Thoughts of a Fool." And ruminating thus, I fell asleep, and dreamed a dream of Wonderland. There is no law, as yet, against dreaming. The nihilist may dream in Russia without awakening in Si beria. The most pious Methodist may dream of dancing without be ing in danger of the council, and he may escape brimstohe and other satanic chemicals if his dream shifts from the waxed floor to the poker table. William Morris dreamed a dream of anarchic communism and labeled it, "News from Nowhere." Perhaps he derived more real pleas ure from the dream than he could have realized from a "coming true" of the filmy fabric of his fatigue. Pro fessor Triggs dreamed that he was in na city of comrades. He dreamed a little too loud and woke Charlie Hutchinson, who in turn woke the professor. In my dream of Wonderland, I seemed to be surrounded by the kindliest and most charitable be ings I had ever known. I saw able bodied and alert-witted men and wo men who accepted charity as th...

Publication Title: Lumberjack, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lumberjack. — 22 May 1913

Frank F. Vann OPTICIAN AND JEWELER Red Cross Drug Store Alexandria, La. If the lines in this diamond figure do nots .qr US blck in all the diflleet .ridiamit Indieata a defect of sight that caue nervos head-ache and should be corrected at once. Eesseted fee. MANIFESTO OF THE INDUSTRIAL WORKERS OF THE WORLD. Australian Administration. Fellow-Workers:-In the history of the world, right down the stair way of time, no tyranny has been overthrown, no tyrant vanquished, except in consequence of the action of those who have been tyrannized. Consequently, it is impossible that you, who are victims of tyranny to day, should prove an exception to this historical truth. Your tyranny to-day is Capitalism, your tyrant the Capitalist Class. If you wait for Cap italism to improve your conditions of life, if you leave it to the Capitalist Class to break your bonds of slavery, you will remain enchained during the flight of centuries. The Capitalist Class and their political agents many who are call...

Publication Title: Lumberjack, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lumberjack. — 29 May 1913

NO RIGHTS WITHOUT DUTIES; °NO DUTIES WITHOUT RIGHTS. Or ganizaotin Is Po wer THE LUMBERJACK "AN INJURY TO ONE IS AN INJURY TO ALL" VOLUME I " MIGHT IS RIGHT " NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, MAY 29, 1913. "TRUTH CONQUERS" NUMBER 21. ORGANIZE! Cypress Lumber Workers, Organize!! Ily ARIEL. .Watke ufip, you slaves Iof the cypress lumber companlies? 1o you 5know why it is that you are working such long hours, living on dunfud , n,,i, dandyfl'unk and slumnl illion, drinking stump water, paying dloctor e.es, slehepinug among Ihugs and mosquitoes, being whipped by gunmen, !T,;ying doul(iI' prices at the commissaries, crawling around on your bellies, coaxing ;.4olne hiss for a fiew dollars that youv'e already worked for? Ie auslle yo are a tit lof hoel Il-headed ignoramuses who persist, in competing aga;inst ea:ch other ic the .job. You white men cease running after the ho s. tatlling :alouit .\ery little detail that goes wrong when a negro is do Itg a piece of work; youi miake the jol h...

Publication Title: Lumberjack, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lumberjack. — 29 May 1913

THE LUMBERJACK: t Education . * Freedom in 1 Organization AVCSA Industrial Emancipation Democracy i Plthil th, V W.' kl by Nationtal In nstrial Ini(lon of Forestt and Lumber Workers. .oithern Dis itrict. Offices of Publication: 335 Carondelet Street, New Orleans, La.; 1194 Gould Avenue. Alexandria, Louislana. COVINGTON HALL, Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Y o IU ni ted States . ................. ...$1.00 YSixl ltcicti,.'d11( 5Ihtl, ..................60 H ix M o n th s. nIln ehd Ilutat'N . . . . . .. . . .. . . . . . .. . .. . .. . . .. .. . . . . .. . .. . .5 0 F'oretin. Y early .. .... ............ ......................... ...... 1.60 Itundle )rdeless, 'Per 4'opy f it ('ana a ........................... . . .......... 02 Itundl,, 4lrders,. I'er 'opy (in :ilted Stale s ....... ............... lituinlc e, 4 )rle'rN of ;, oir more (I 4Spot)1 ('a h I'Per ('opy ................ . 01. .-41n0.l, ('~1ºd*' . ....... .. . ............................ ....... .05 .41nirte' I'ceiil'' ('a1+h It...

Publication Title: Lumberjack, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
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