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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 21 August 1903

>?>■■■> IHe'' JKtfe$9^ V'$ 9 II has gone on Itfct ■ it mm. ? Ig$M a1 to the i provided the Texas del- i to sgree on him, and he In every way to the Dentocratle Door lender,'John Sharp -Williams, of Mississippi, who will prob- . ably succeed Mr. Richardson, of Ten- Manee, in that capacity, and who la known to be favorably dltpoaed toward and Texans and there ia little or no doubt that his approval of the i Will be promptly forthcoming, pparsatly, then, the thing tó do ta > nee that the Tama representatives surriva at an undnrstandlng in the pre- While n good nntured nnd iendljr* contest tor the place is not altogethr beyond the rsng&of possi- bilities, it la hardly likely that it will «asume undue proportions or. that tt -Wtn he allowed to atnnd in the wny of ■ome man from thlrBtate. The Post has in mind two or three of the Texana who have •done aplaudid aervioe In the past and Wéfcld be depended on to look nut for the flute's Internets on tin committee, atatlve Burle...

Publication Title: Orange Leader, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 21 August 1903

é mi COLLEG! -,vV' 1 ílf^% í A Boarding School tof-Young Men and Boys kCollege is beautifully situated on the heights three miles soutta'ofAustln, In «.healthy '-Mirwwjue locality. Natatorlum pool, tsxím ; 1-4 mile track: up-to-date gymnasium, iclllty Is offered for a thorough Classical, English- Scientific Commercial and Preparatory e. with modern languages, music, shorthand, telegraphy, drawing and painting as op• studies, under special resident teacherx. "T department tor boys under thirteen. Private rooms for advanced students at : rates. The V3d year of this well-known institution opens Tuesday, September Ith. e and further particulars. address ~ — . . TIE REV. JOIN T. ROLAND. C. S. C.. PrtttfeSt. ARR-BURDETTE COLLEGE iMiHTij ARB CONSEKVáTOIT OF MUSK. AIT AN* ELOCUTION Is the peer of any girls' college. Ho need Of sending your daughters North. No college In the North surpasses Carr-Hurdette in lis appointment* Parents are assured that talr dauibtm will he nronerlV cared for Ele...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 21 August 1903

^ipwiprfywpw fw Ml A na U*l++l*+U*U*l**U 11 111 I' • barr Escutcheon mi. vh HU man nevpr need* imt no much doe* at thé eud pf his vacation, other? Weil. work will bo reat- aba II go to the office thl* mora log, and do tbree day ' work before nlgbt That will prove to you that I Hwr wi," *#"% >**•* ■ to bla Intention, bijwftt to >early, virtuously luclliM to wi Uncle greeted him warmly dud a conference over business nffulrs To lorry's annoyance and discomfiture Be found himself frequent- ly Inattentive. Several Important caw* were pending, and in a day or two they WW' to go Into court with a damage •alt ;of more than ordinary couae quence. Lorry senior could not .re , bla gratification over tbe return of bla élever. active nephew at such ait. opportune tinte. Tie bad felt hiuisert unable to handle the case alone. The en- durance of n young and'vigorous mind wat ««quired for tbe coming battle in *ry. >y lunched together, tbe elder ea «tr nnd confidential, the other resptct- fu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 21 August 1903

mvm wis lili-H With the LumWmcn. (Continued from Page Four.) shippers this week, looking after the routing of some import- ant lumber shipments into "his territory. The barge Carl, owned by the Bancroft Lumber company, wa6 .lied out this week having a felse keelson put in and other repairs made tparftory to entering the service between Orange and Corpus Christi delivering ties for the Brownsville railroad. IPS The Turner &,Nabers Lumber company Of Beaumont has amended er so as to do business in a larger territory than heretofore. This of the rapidly growing institutions in the lumber business in theast Texas, and is fast taking its place among the leaders. The Ed. H. Harrell Lumber company of Houston, has disposed of retail yards in that citv to Jesse H. Jones, president of the M. I. tes Luiriber company and the Orange Lumber company. 1 be ÜKr company retains its factory, but disposes of its lumber yard. M. G. Dávies, yard foreman and shipper for the Kirbv Lumber npany at Orange...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 28 August 1903

Ia' h '*9^?", '| *jj[¡!" ' ' ' ^''^f ^ jTi0" f ^ ,i fe v^nylM,;, 'n.ilMI'i'i'. i ,■ "...i. . ; > ......, Wmyím" mm WWrnrnwiKftmn' 4 , ¡fe* 1 W-. V$ '''is A > '1 .•; - .... f,.>■■'■■■ == ÉÍ ■w ' ■, . - lUIJKSl* V.'i l/ ■ ■■ ■ ■ WiiV- J . ,: Si;«S- ...i'ii.r.Mi.i.". ORANGE, TEX., FRIDAY, AUGUST 28,1903. mmi) IMS DIRECT WATER COMMUNICATION WITH 8ABINE PASS, the GREAT SOUTHEAST TEXAS DEEP WATER PORT ITT" f H. J. LÜTOHÍGR, ■. ■• ■ pillCSIDBNT. E. W. BftOWN, Vic® President. W. H. STARK, ^Secy.Treas. MANUFACTURERS OF THE FAMOUS Star and Crescent Saw and Planing Mills Q WITH THE LUMBERMEN THe Lumber Reporter's Peregrinations '0 Over the Sawdust Roads We Make Everything an up-to-date Sawmill Can Manufacture . • 1 M '' - ' ••* frav .V> '-if*. -,.frajs'.q a 1 HÉflt K HII . I HI ' *• ^Hl , iM .y'. .... H' " ■H i: .'iw ;, . v " ■ • " ^';i| t' « i| | B HI 'i !, wraa . ; 1 ■' V 'r \ MBKWH'ioll— • ■ III ■11 .■ . B - |U <$ vflM lS' .III W «M %M *M > - ' r- I f you want-any thing in...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 28 August 1903

r a distase prevailing in this as because so decep- tive. Manysudden I deaths are caused i by it—heart dis- pneumonin, ¡ heart failure or apoplexy are oltea the result of kid ney disease, kidney trouble allowed toadvance the kidney-poison- _ ed blood will st- "ital organs, causing catarrh of er, or the kidneys themselves : down and waste away cell "by cell, dder troubles almost always result t a derangement of the kidneys and í is obtained quickest by a proper at of the kianevs. If you are feel- ¡ badly you can make no mistake by * [Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the kidney, liver and bladder remedy. : corrects inability to hold urine and in passing it, and over- : unpleasant necessity of being 1 to go often through the day, I to get up many times during the ' The mild and the extraordinary rof Swamp-Root is soon realized, t stands the highest for its wonderful lures of the most distressing cases. Swamp-Root is pleasant to take and is by all druggists in fifty-cent and *r size bottles. Yo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 28 August 1903

«I otur worthy city attor- ifc tor a week's visit . J. B. Wheeler bus returned to .Charles after a week' visit to ves in this city. jmmt Frank W-,Dearborn, the veteran live stock and livery man of Lukt; Charles, spent the day in Orange Wednesday. ? T. C. B. Co*, land agent for the Lutcb r & Moore ¿umber company, left this week for a western trip. Dr. Bruce and his mother spent Sun- day afternoon with relatives in Bea.i- moat, Dr. Bruce having been called there professionally., Tom Blmmons, who for the past | week has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Peveto, left Wednesday for his home In Dallas. B. W. Bancroft, the timber contract- or, left Wednesday for his headquar- ters at Bancroft, La., after ■ pending a week here on business. His Honor, Mayor Bancroft, spent the afternoon at Nome Tuesday where he inspected the new well just' brought la at that place, fed mtngstoe, chief of the Orante Lumber company's reclaiming crew, left Wednesday for a trip to Beau- moat, Call and oth...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 28 August 1903

Wing. 'ft BO 1 00 mma ate" Vi {In advance) is (In advance) « ♦ ♦ tino Itntee on Application. ¿^.————j 111"1 I At ttu Po tottc« at onunc* *• Saoona • Hatter. "Watch Orange grow. Jupiter Pluvtos ,neem to have lost the cork. fitr Thomas is game, but American mansbip Is invincible, and the cup >11 remain on this side of the pond. ■ i1 11 '¡i; ■ The Japs have an idea they can win the cup that England, has so long trléd to wrest from America, and it is aaid ! that the next challenge will Come from Japan. . , first balea of cotton and first sack '¡¡.'•kit rice are becoming very numerous Í and eoon the biggest crop movement flor years will be occupying the atten- tion of the railroads, to the exclusion s of lumber and other commodities. í:v * ■ The Beaumont base ball club, un- der the management oí Wyche Greer, la Closing the league season In a blaze of glory Had they done as work all through the season as "'they have done during the, past two weeks, they would have been easy win- ners o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 28 August 1903

iStóiSi Calendar or Photograph that yon think framed In any size or style of moulding If you haven't the plctnies we can furnish those too. iSII LCOME TO THt QRANNQK RIFLES The Orange Rifle*, Company K., I Regiment Texas National Guard, : stMng, arrived on the delayed at 1:45 yesterday. from the field of mlmie war, r, travel stained and hungry, the boya filed off the trait in perfect step aad lined up tor the march to town. They needed no oommittee-te wel- them or tell them where to go. Aa If by instinct, they marched straight to the armory. Aa the head of the company appeared at the top of the stairway leading up to the ar- mory fair lipa spoke the «mmfcad, "column left!" and Instead of making a right turn to ester the armory th«y made a left and were ushered Into the city council room where a long table was literally groaning under ita weight of ipffl to eat. After filing into the hall the com- pany waa brought to "attention" and put through the manual of arma for the benefit of t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 28 August 1903

Hi r^Wywííí A Boarding School for Younr Mcn an* Boys IfgffUsCoUeRe In beautifully situated on thetoeightaapatbofsAnatia. In a healthy and picturesque localiy^Nawwtamp^ -M mile track; up-to- date gymnasium. Classical, EnglisH Sckntitic. Commercial and Preparatory . with modern languages, music, shorthand, telegraphy, drawing and painting UVf- «¡tudlee, under special resident teachers, . . — , department tor boys trader thirteen. Private room* for adranced MuflenU at rate*. The S8d year of this well-known institution opens Tuesday, September Kth. gue and further particular , address pi5 - T«E REV. JOHN T. BOLAHD. C. S. C, ¡fe i úishi ■mti BtS comea dark color it used to have. M.ÍI ft AN BURDETTE ry w " """""'AT" , tuom.. Parents are assured that in the: Kndt^n,^S?T^^ --d for and thoroughly twi t «flff'f«¿«¡J roOoed surroundUifis. Our brick all under one roof. and i B r« sMHS'saiisKtC"" sw""r«iiw .r l literary< iDBTTB COLLEGE) —perienred —MR best-colleges and universities, studied a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 28 August 1903

Ví'É ■EM ■ ICON > «,,,♦« « * - ' 4K^f 4a an nta ww jwt^ ^ Ritiiie at first. "Tomorrow you walk a little ways up de rtldc of de mountain an' you'll see bow much of de city dore Is on level grO"nd down here. Dem build- In's up dere ain't more'n oné-fi/tletli part of do town. Doy're mostly Hum- mer homos, ft gets hot an blazes down here In do. valley In do ©iridié of do sutnmer, an' de rich oues move up de mountain." "How in thunder do people get up to those houses?" demanded Anguish. "Mules," answered Sitzky specifies!- 'V "S'jv! See dat little old f«ller could lesrn no moro it to Bsedecker-s of- found a greaUnap, and. t and almost microscopic In discovering the of Ora listarle Then «bey i other In dlttnayr ' a distance to that lit the map," mufed Lorry. I nose reflectively. "What an i place for a girl like her to i continued. "And that sweet old tody and noble Uncle CaJr- to gods, one would think bsr i existed there and not Mich peo Quggenslockef*, refined, cul- smart, rlcb! I'm m...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 28 August 1903

■ i í I :"H', _ __ and wmm fc^ "iUi" 1 downand out oft Klrby Lumber company, _ ity sales «want here, Is «a ft. plowed to be >*t the servtoe" <tf both of bis superiors in this case were and are ,, I by the Beaumont man who has done so much to preserve the kin he public hertrtowards the Kirby Lumber company. H is perbap* Chapin more than anyone else that the Klrby Lumber basreceive ! ay^uhdue opposition on account Of the fact that it ia a big r. Chapín is affable in the extreme and this is probably the reason why r. Swinford and Nr. Longaker are each his good friends. Va Report of the -,"V: utlook. t. Newsum, the popular dean of the salesmen in the. lumber world, has to Beaumont after a swing around the circle embracing the whole :£ 1,, -' vv--: " > £ §®$W": ■' - ' He is in excellent spirits. "You .can say," said he, "that the lumber busl- 18 of Texas was never in better condition than now. The mljls ought to have Í the orders they can handle—1 know the Keith Lumber company h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 4 September 1903

IffWww^ . .>'■■■ 'i, -ék L 'F# _ j ■ i i ✓ $ ^ ' Vi'tif'K '' s*\ fdáMáé't *«- .,■& / ft« lI *" í V- r¿, -•♦*> ^ VtF? '/ -v"'r':' f n ' ■ \j ' >fv At? % :;■■■ •■ i <1 * '!m ■ , 'i—■ —"" "< DLUME 15 m —— • v *)' 'í'1! >''¿{¿1 •' ORANGE, TEX., FHIDAY, SEPTEMBER 4,1903. NUMBER 1# DIRECT WATI :R GOMMUI sllCATION WITH SABINE PAS8, THE GREAT SOUTHEAST TEX* " 1 ráfc.,. i —*— -r-1 — tS DEEP WATER PORT H. J. LI President. 'i ' I ■'>;!,'■vi-"*.', v'. -/• "'...V E. W. BROWN, Vice Presiden*. W. H. STARK, Secy.Treas. ÜMÍ MANUFACTURERS OF THE FAMOU8 Calcasieu Long Leaf I Wt Make Everything an up-to-date Sawmill Can Manufacture W* MANUFACTURE • • I" •v;CvA-¡'*Í i■ Star and Crescent Saw and Planing Mills If you want anything in our line write ui, wire u , or «.phone ui ORANGE, TIMBERS DRESSED FOUTSIDES TO RAILROAD MATERIAL A SPECIALTY gS§K f 1%' .■I:, OUR niLLS ARE AT ORANGE 33SE trfcri " M. T. Jones Lumber Co. HOUSTON, TEXAS. Cypress * Shingles from Louisiana BB-gl ,'JKllli...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 4 September 1903

m w!im — GET UP u WITH A LAMB BACK? Trouble Hakes You Miserable. t everybody who reads the news- papers is sure to know of the wonderful cures made by Dr. Kilmer's Swamp* Root, the great kid-" ney. liver ond blad- der remedy. It is the great med- Hi you are the result and makes the SouthernRaeitlc tht? ráte-maklng line (or all rates Into Havana. "The Southern Pacific Is the best equipped ot any steamship service ply- ing" In the Atlantic or Gulf coastwise trade as well as Havana. Its ships rre fast, roomy and comfortable and elegantly equipped, the service is un- excelled and the cuisine Is something which can be exceeded by no hotel in the United States. Despite this ex- pensive servloe the Southern Pacific determined to become the arbiter of low rates Into Havana, and there is no question about the result, or that these rates and the service which we offer will foster a tremendous interchange of passenger business between Cuba and-the Unltedi-StSft&j via Havana and New Orleans...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 4 September 1903

wSPi ¥ m i t mm TH E ORANGE LEADER. 'Wi '-t BREVITIES. Mrs J. A. Grimaldl. of Village Mills, Ring Orw i 3. Ortmeyer. asa « visiting Orange, the guest of Mrs iS? Walter T. Swlnford, formerly of Or- ange; wan here shaking bands with his «any friends this week. Mr, Arthur Flolg, manager of the Or- ange Furniture company, was in Beau- wont on business Monday. Contractor H. L. Robinson came In from Echo Saturday night and spent Sunday with his family in Orange. Mr. and Mr . wTf. VanArsrfel left on Saturday for a month's Vikit with their perents at Athena, Tonn. ■ ' Georte K Holland has gone to Ftank'ia and New Orleans, La., on a busincsK vist that will occupy several days. President E. G. OOodell of tV Or- ange Paper company,, ha returned from a short business trip to New Or- leans ; P. A. Peoples, of the mechanical force. Of the Retn IJtho Co., visited relatives and friends in Beaumont Run- day. Andrew Van Dykenhoven,''assistant superintendent of construction at Bcho, spent Sunday with ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 4 September 1903

iJwSwmnl m ©range Xeaí>cr A. L. FORD, Editor. Every Friday Morning In Rein Building, Corner oí Main Fifth Streets. One year (In advance)., $1 60 -Jni months (In advance). ......1 00 Advertising Wetee on Application. . Ítoter*J'« Pst the Poatoffioe at Ormwre m 01mm Ilutar. ______ "WP Our Neglected Opportunities. ! Current Issue. We of Texas have much to answer for In the way of neglected opportun- ities, for many of the sources of wealth and comfort which nature has bestow- ed so abundantly remain undeveloped. Not ignorance, for moat of us know of the opportunities thtut beckon in Texas, but the fact that man is al- 'ways lmttfferent ¿otfcat wtgich is abun- dant, must be our plea In extenua- tion of our fault, It Is at best a poor plea, yet unlese^we loffeijt we shall be at a loss to account for the fact that after .sixty years of Statehood the de- velopment of Texas has seafcely be- gun. - A notable example of our derelic- tion Is afforded by a series of articles which recently a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 4 September 1903

ffl Iff M 4 The Flrtt, Elgh'h, Wlnth and Tenth Grade Books are already In «took. Books for the other SDHOOÍ ROOKS wi!1 b<«iB lB DUU1VO "boot the Mb. Only a few of , _ the old book* Will bé taken in part payment of new 6um. Call at atore for Information regarding exchanging of old booka. - All School Books Strictly CASH. Thl Meana Everybody. Don't forget we have a big stopk of TABLETS* LUNCH BASKETS, BpQK SACHEL8, PENCIL BOXB*, BOOK. STRAPS, and everything In SCHOOL SUPPLIES. THE BEST POR YQUR EY. AT GRIGGS' LOUtlANA-TfXAS RESOURCES. f¡rRÍ'' Hp Í&: . Interesting Article from the Pen of a Prominent Railroad Official-. 1%* New Orleans Dally States Sep- tember Trade Edition, 58 pages, la to hand and la one of the beat that pro- «resslve newspaper has ever gotten ««I. Among other excellent articles from the pens of prominent men ta the following from COI. Thba. 3. Anderson, general passenger agent of the South- ern Pacific, Sunset Boat*. It la splen- didly written and la well wort...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 4 September 1903

ü 1 EDUCAT ION AL. STEDWARDS. AUSTIN, v TEXAS. THE ONLY FIRK PROOFCOLLEGE I* THE SOUTH. j, — T *•' I^K;#áy A Boarding School for"Young Men and Boys Wits College is beautifullv'Nltuated on the Heights three mile- soiithof Austin. In a healthy ■ aud picturesque locality Natatorltun ikwl.'-W£w. M tulle track; up-to-date gymnasium. Kvery facility Is offered for a thorough Classical, English- Scientific. Commercial and preparatory,; course, with modern languages, music, shfirthand. telegraphy, draw.tug and painting as op- itioual studies, under special resident teachers, ; A minim department lor tiovs under thirteen -private rooms lor advanced student* at jnoderate rates. The v8d vear of this well-known Institution opens TueMlay. September Kth. Tpr catalogue and further particulars, address aug8-tsepl5 THE REV; JOHN T. BOLAND. C. S. C.. President. CA-RR-BURDETTE COLLEGE AND CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC. ART AND ELOCUTION is the peer of any girls' college. •No need of No college sending your dau...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 4 September 1903

" fl*. T*xa*, Friday, September 4, 1#0S. 1 ■■ •: -~4~. . ■■ * I - ' ■ggsr. -- ■ i f'r """? "■'."■mi - •••ir-II jnrTTD.j- .1 XI.. 1T1^,..UI i#MÍ@SB@®; f®SSw'' v#'. M.M.I THB ORANGE ■ ■ gj LEADER. GEORGE BAR* McCUTCHEON rt>pw<0*r. i i, hv fJtrbari g.,Stim < ' ' ' > — ■ "'■ Tí T CHAPTER tu xadt i tu* calw t*fl«. lITEY *lept rattier late In the morning. Oral because they wore very much/fatigued after their long Jonroey.,-ai«l"i í*<¡.n«l for the rea mod that they had been una- ble to woo «lumber until long pant mid- night. A ajfu In h at retched himself la- stly in bed when fie heard Lorry* voice from the adjoining room. J "I suppoeo We are to consult the po- Ace in order to get a clew to your charmer," he yawned. "'Nice frleuda you pick up on railway Journey ! I'd be ashamed." "Well, Harry, HI confess I'm di«- KUated. Thla has been the most Idiotic thine I've ever done, and if you «ay the word we'll get out of here on the first train-freight or passenger. The Guggenalooke...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 4 September 1903

(Continued from Page One.) - rked increase for the. month of September, as the Bhipment of the svltle railroad order by the Kirby Lumber Company baa com- [ of which Is going out by water. 1 - i lineas la Quiet and w*a Placed. b export lumber business li vgry. quiet in this particular section. Ex- i are placing very Uttle new business, as all of their reports from cor- dents on the other aide indicate a very dull market lust at P^ent, with , nroopect of an immediate improvement. The mills continue to hold primes a good stiff figure, this being Justified by the fact that there are no stocks accumulations are very slow, while shippers who are tde? e are paying tb© price in order to gecure the little stock tbat is maae. me parcel shipments are going forward, but we have learned of no new car- business being placed since last report. There is nothing Wdí íom in way of sawn timber. There are some small lots of timber Btlll in booms awaiting shipment, but no new stock 1b being made, and th...

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