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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 18 December 1908

m ORANGE LEADER LEADER PRINTING COMPANY Proprietors ÜUJVjrd: Manager and Edito •sz the greatest on earth. fW: vantages, reso1 bined with the schools and oh MUST THE CHRISTMAS TREE GOT ¿II ¡in the IJi 'otir ft :céé; mutiful clir íes. the most influential water, In commenting on Dr. McArthur's protest d discourse against and upon the Christmas tree, tHe Atlanta Georgian says; "Dr. McArthtir, the distinguished Baptist di yine of New York, has entered a protest against the use of Christmas trees in celebrating the Christmas festivities. II "He bases his crusade upon two arguments: In the first place, he says the custom itself is of pagan origin and is wholly out of place, Hot only in Christian churches, but also in tiam homes. second reason is that the demand for tmas trees lays too heavy a tribute upon forest lands which are already rapidly ap* aching exhaustion. "With respect to the first argument, it may said that we have inherited many excellent from the pagans, who were not wholly ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 18 December 1908

: m v h pipí quite afanoy to;— oined the Quv'nor. as he had WIT*** . '^p, *7* ■ playing and i J O v"1 " t aha had a bo nice to Mr. Sch your father if • 3 i ' r '" 'W v « •'(■■ •«' AUTHOR OF 4TBH WINGS OF THBN< ITHE PILLAR OF LI w¡ ■■■■■ ^^«appointment nearly drove the man off his balance. He waa so d that he shook her violently. fou must give It op," he said hoarsely. "I am determined to |jj|| nox^hia instant^K^n|^^P. K ie remained quite passive. my father be will horsewhip you," she said coolly. It© toe that ju-ju," he almost whimpered, such waa his fury, have satisfied yourself that t have not got it," she answered, your hands off me or it will be bad for you, If you ever dare me again, you will never see it. If you try to behaVe as de- as you know how, I may perhaps discuas terms." Watch his change of attitude, from a bold ie became a cringing jackal. Bis almost wept > in during ¿able hos- «Síí ase forgive me, mother, ^nd you might tell Dad that I have Reared away all misun...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 18 December 1908

é objection, then, to k full and fj me?" no I Why do you put such a question !" down, then. The ladies can spare us from the drawing le longer. Dorothy is singing, and Millicent is or on- ith her new pet, while Mrs. Groevenor will not object, I am we smoke another cigar. Now, to come to the point I have t thinking matters over during the day, and I have a proposition se which may commend itself to you. It is no secret to you that your elder daughter very much. Wert I your prospective i-law, (Jroavenor, I would be prepared to take your liabilities on rmy own shoulders. And let me say at ohce that I am not bargain •with you for Dorothy's hand. You know that I was anxious to pay her my addresses in Ostond, and this ¿Kwantu business was not in existence at that time. You gave .a conditional assent to my suit then. SNow I am only asking you to exer- cise a little judicious parental prea- re on a charming girl who hard- knows . her own mind. I am you will not think the less of because I e...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 18 December 1908

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 18 December 1908

AT THE tre? In Street, there. • cloudy Where tl the Colder Friday; fair Satu and colder Friday and gat East Texas—Partly «1 % M': sj iTIUfJf i'V'i, 'v rajé ruiT !wf For New Style Suits Fancy Vests Neckwear Mufflers go to ■ : '4Lh ,|U 'fljiUlll'tlwkll W® maae from nviBu and leave lié the food c V&M pmm order,by the BtrucUd. Char gov low. 1 I pimwo*'bj tetter.^Oaflerwr HMttÉÉKBMHI ¡BjftfMl CONVENES AT COV'Rf MOUSE, JUDGE «HOLARS ■** '* f*RfeSlD¡NO >,;i m , ■ -M y Every School $epreeented— #ral Interesting Papera Read lay, With glscuaaion of Subjeots Following. i ■%' 1 1,1 !" , < ,, ;|||||j¡9 Plltillf* í County Tedchers' la* ^ • *^j| the CouftHÓJj|| 'clock this morning, .with nearly county school represented.' Judge O R. Shoiara is preald- over the meeting, and the sessions continue until next Wednesday teachers came in last night, ^others arrived this morn- Thére tare nO preliminaries, bnt 9 got down to work imme- institute m—Br V/. ||f I « M - , ,J !„uH*Vu dlately it was ch...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 18 December 1908

USTEE'S tod Oo- which Higglns Just received FIFTV Ladies' entiqmah's Parasols Umbrellas which distinctively represent all of the ne ideas and designs in Umbrellas. All are of 18k Gold Filled and the handle ire guaranteed for 20 years while the Covers are W the finest silk. Wcbuy th* finest silk that the factories have and this is the most important part of a Parasol; and that largely, adjusts the price as well well as the value and design of the handle. Yóu can büy Parasols cheaper than from us but you do not get as good covers and seldom, if ever, Merchants other than Jewelers buy better than 10 year handles. The appearance may not look the difference in the two prices but the wear and satisfac- tion of having the best is easily worth the difference that you pay. The 18k goods are the finest mide and like all other goods, the finest goods are of the best designs. We agrave any monogram on our Parasols free pí e have a representative assortment of Christ- presents too numerous to me...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 18 December 1908

■ - - Sí 1 £ 5^ lÉ 1 (¡Ti v$f W É1S Si ® a .; 7 At' wffiW- ■ •\ l, i."i, ; -a ■am :Mi ' ■ Gift Neckwerar for Women ":. " ... : • .■•> . ' , ^ J)M\p\y Neckwear is always welcomed by the feminine folks, and the trend of fashion this season calls for neckwear a plen- ty. There is a wide scope of choice .In the special holiday se- lection here. ^ J Narrow and wide silk and chif- fon Ruching by the yard or- neck- length; In white, pink and blue, a yard 15c to ... mm Fancy Collars with .Ruching on one or both sides; dainty col- ors and effects; put up one In attractive holiday box; ~ price 25c to ..... SI. 50 25 dozen new Four-ln-Hands; all silk, and the popular shapes; light, medium and dark col- ors; reversible or French style; put up one In a box if you say so; choice at . 504 Silk Bathings to tie as bows; or long narrow Four-ln-hands • for boys or grown folks; pret- ' ty assortment of patterns; price 254 ■BwK UST ■'l wBm. / «/ m m ■ ti m w ,, IV i 1 ■mm ■ • .m i ••J MORE SHOPPING D...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 18 December 1908

Mb." MUÍ w : J¿ Carharrt Overalls or Jum_ Sale Price Mtó 6r "Ul Sale rnce...^.. s™ y $4.00 Walk Overs, patent, Drawers to Match above pnly- iiiii ' .in", ),;"|ur;|i'i|: | ^rmmi mwiWñ ' gM Hífevlír . '' v — Bl'Mi^áííiSsJ: ■; i ' «w 1 HKÍSKÍ I i % wnvemmmmnmm ■K '■ • • y y •"Si -A íl'-tMb.''} ■ ^'vxKWM^ ■^^7WVV|H gp mmMi-ii \ f ■ ' " t • . •> , jjtoj...V .1 25 ladies /'V •$& H ^ÉfiÉá ce ...«« 14^ I; I^kíJ : i.......... 18^ ^S§-í,;íií I 50c Tape or Batiste Girdles, sale price .354 75c Corsets, all styles, with or without supporters, sale price •> • • h • •••••*•• •§•!•• •• •«85^. $1.50 American Beauty, extended hip girdle, or the extra long corset, sale price 70# ceived; no two alike; all colors; new and nobby styles, at special reduced prices T ■ * ilifiSfsa mmmm | ""■Ml KfaE W": '■ '• ' in all >85# .85# ion soles, a guar- SUMP ...SI .45 $1*70 at $2.20 -J*-— lilor Suits, in all colors, $9.95 Wi rrrT. wM i; in voile, Panama or le. v, ; : >n't overlook our great Comfort ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 18 December 1908

m -i r ' fere is ón¿'thing.'that will- ure it—Ayer's. Hair Vigor, t is a regular scalp-medicine, t quickly destroys the germ* which cause this disease. The unhealthy scalp becomes healthy. The dandruff disap- pears, had to disappear. A healthy scalp means a great deal to you—healthy hair, no dan- druff,no pimples,no eruptions. The beat kind ot a testimonial — > "Sold tor over alxty year*." SARSAPABILU. PILLS. CHEBHV PECTORAL. DO m; Grain Growers' Estimate. # St. Pául, Dec. 17.—The Northwest- ern Grain Growers' Association's, es- ' tímate of the crop foj Manitoba, Sas- katchewan and Alberta places the to- tal of wheat at 99,311,840 bushels, oats 90,202,200 bushels, and barley 20,- 877,000 bushels. The balance held by faritaers for export Is about 38,000,000 ■ bushels. The cleverest'Imitation of real cof- ree ever 70t made Is Div Shoop's Health Coffee. It is fine in flavor— and Js made to Just orie minute. No 1 ... m — > ¿^inuiw boilinf.'Made mi: Bp tedious 20 or from pure parch...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 18 December 1908

7T^—ffi '¡ijfrí ... IÉ#Ü ¡$ frt'S XPffPt# LESALE AND RETAIL ,J¿íi m Staple and Fancy Dry and furnishings. Strictly De Merchandise at the Right M All Orders Whether by Phone or Will Receive PfvfflBR Prompt and Particular Attention m Bg '■'•'■V ''I'"- i m m ■ ' •' '•: "Three jri K| tag my lu failed to whan my Discovery." of mania. F. Hewson'a drug Trial bottle free. % _ on untlSl In weight sifd fully restored." This the world's healing and colds and lung It prevents pneu- guarantee at B. •e. 60o and $1.00. Uplift Cemirilsalon. Ithaca, N. Y., Dec. President Roosevelt's national commission on country Ufe Will hold a at the agricultural college, the loeal educators will participate. Mrs. MoRane/s Expórtense. Mrs. M. MoRaney, Prentiss, MU , writes: "I was confined to my bed for three months with kidney and bladder trouble, and was treated by two physicians, but failed to get relief No human tongue can tell how I suf- fered, and 1 had given up hope of ever well until 1 began taking Fo- ley...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 18 December 1908

MI ^-awc f ¿« m¡ .-, • V.'fT OTtti . ,-. ' *' "J'.'"I Fear mot, for behold, we bring you HL-—./v^ ^,. 'MMv'; J)VW',Í !< -$&•> - .• ^TT'A, .i'..'.,-,. m i*jtfkU .¡V-^.,., ■ ■' i'V '■Mi ? 1 *• ■ '®ts • "' . yy;-' .'! If - idingt of V ■ great joy. ■ Merry Christmas is ■ ..w: *. ■ ■ \¿- j and the o}d and the young are in „ ■,' . 4; pectancy of being remembered by their friends HHShH! and their loved ones. ' ... . 'jWii;. ' ■■- MMH ■■■ .jfNji !*™>.. , •■'. ' ■ ¡MS ¡ the Factories and i-./i4'. If! f raw*! .. ;•* ■ ; .- .1' «!>.*> Í'*',?•>> • • ;•' 'frqaipaagy, .■ ' .. «F. : «Pii?te' •'• ^Í;€I í - We can lighten yuur burden and make Christ- mas shopping easy if you will only give us the ■ ■ . . opportunity of doing sot We rhave^ the goods . * ■ and are going, to seU^ttKin if low prices will ¡3 f$&' *'m"" It will be a Merry Christmas to you if you buy from us, from the f receive the very «best values for their money. 'Make -your selections no ¡Mm " ' '.rwfm, :;'...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 1 January 1909

¿safe# í: .i .5 Hft WMHKM *aí«¡? JLi T—-* B -,#™Q PI' ^ J W ■ iv ' ' an. - * . To the Lumber Trade: 8, frida The Lumber BY ARTHUR L. FORD éC_¿. Tlf., ■ 7-. • ■' We wish you the compliments of the season, and earnestly trust that the New Year will brings prosperity, happiness and success to ev- eryone éngiaged in the lumber trade. May it be the Best year you have ever enjoyed is the sincere wish of IM ■ : ' ' ' # 6; ... r M M 7?\ ■ .1' ' \ H ssi *,\V II |.tJ§ v. C . , 888 j «fe :-' «3 N Is Lumbermen's Ye Put Ü on Your Lit for Future r '¡m , : : ? ^ '. r"1- í t nc"bmH&p ;.s THE LUTCHER & MOORE LUMBER CO. ORANGE, TEXAS ?V*: ' " '• 'V ¿ ' ■ • ■ ÍSlífvf1 ■ vi'.v-v . ? . " : ft ' —y MILLS AT NEWTON AND ORANGE, TEXAS CAPACITY 200,000 .FÍÍT DAILY ' — m Prosperity, Peace and Plenty is promised to the faithful. Start the new year right by ordering some Dimension and Boards from us. Good Grades, Quick Shipment, Right Prices. With* best wishes. MILLER-LINK LUMBER CO. GENERAL AND SALES O...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 1 January 1909

«I mtf '.* «mor n m msmw Record in Orange County for the Last I Six Months of 190B Addition. Consideration, $60. tha Park et al jj$ Qt V. Berry.: fifteenth .interest in 960 acres of William Clark leágue to-Grange Other considerjdtloptf and $1. kMiiiqr tp JVlisa Esther Ann Qable. tlot 3 Oakland Addition. * Consid- ,tion, $5.00. enry Jaeoby et al to Waiter Free- man 4 7-K/O acres oí Section No. 32. f., & N. O, It. R. Surrey. Gousldera; ;y:. ). .ft iijH ;07i>v v, -v. , v:>2fH Adelia McLean et al to Her- (WfWrt C.' Collins. Lot 3, Chenault-éb Lablt Additiop. Consideration, $175'. 1 Will!amv'Schopke to Mrs. W.C.'Mc- Lots 7-8-9-10, ©lock 87, Amend- '^^Süí-rey.11'- J. M. Crabtree to W. 0. Ramsey. Lot's 4-5 in Block1 T; Brunner Addition. Consideration, $120. .'' ''j^ f •Considertiflító, «11# ' i. 'oho a no! W. Morris and wife to in. Lots 8-9. 15, Gil- en 8 'ferst Cove Addition. Other ' ■ j naiiT iiiuiii v v4#vi < (¡a fjfltmmo*) ill.. , firat ons an _ J. A. HoUahd t9 I?fi A^tevW...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 1 January 1909

Wp- r? * • ■: * The Q ish H i sismiq i..T« ear « 9.|| .< rtlfcq . Z>. JOINER AM't CaihUr Surplus iii..oni r vmHiimiM' i pMÍÍ' H a^mmaum m,iy ,m iA 11 II * T MH« tl • .fefesr .<33H5 jaAT^3 ?o' ho¡fos>#óid . ITW^ m"{>' ' ¿fe, •••• : . 9?£íoI ad .yam el^n-jra ti art! ic mMmg 3HT -30 ¡(tO'TKliiCO jAtOVI^K duTy,i!,lr>o MHKj r msm mm ;..V- «¡ v- 5" 1<#>' ;!, >!i*- -. í aut: ..{lea 'ifiaioij. i || |i«jp fcSTWaííi! V? ft • Prosperity and Happinesll ^¿J. " ' • J&W" V^L.¿ 0HiÍiüíi'".?;'*' •'•*$>', <0 • VWO Í •-*«< P'f rr cri>i mmé>^ a (CTS2l8|Mg BQHX ?,'> «■'■ -JWH a vio j am « jjgi B 0 *05 Cr^ÓA^jp-e 3f!A'§ SABINE 'in lí iw'iíSofewtóvJlilái :íií anlrf *> HAcaoaqa mnú 2 $¡ .i.; i twr JK i KNKi, rCiTím WIW«H-M f i f t M « > I mmw: w, wj$Wͧ «?$ I nn (¡aúinn-t Dunnattq K&-V'- -. •-• *■.. ¿¡ ' ¿ AND PROFIT* #®0,0< BÉ'I'1 m I p-V.- . j Mdn^ #b; •... — i " ^ ■ ! "' i ■—^ — VVC'íffiv ir™ g^fji ■vM «MftMg- " X°u > HB||toli|4iot ifpttií...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 1 January 1909

DEB PRINTING CO. Proprietor ..Manager and Editor ABOUT I83UINQ BONDS r •. 'J'- • The Loader yesterday afternoon'sug- gested that 'Beaumont and Orange should get busy at once oh the ques- 4¡on of issuing bon^g for the" comple- tion of the Sabitve-Neches canal, and It was with a great deal of pleasure that we noted this morning ah urgent appeal from the Beaumont Enterprise for the'inauguration of a movement looking to the issuing of bonds to the amount of $350/000 for the purpose of completing this canal to a depth of twenty-five feet and thus^_gt- " Beaumont and Orange ^•'advantage ' deep wat^r"ports indeed and ieing In This Sv;,- ¥ if Jai; I® fllf® iM B m one .of the most important questions that has ever confronted the o'ple of Orange and Jefferson coun- vand is. worthy the serlouB thought and consideration of every citizen who is at all interested in the'welfare of his home county. — There seems to be a settled opinion among congressmen " that no. rivers and liarbors bill will toe...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 1 January 1909

: :M íjf&iíasB* ■■HK &■ sOg®3«í5!«í T? Ff- . 1 l '-1 í'twSÍ'lilÍ.Ví.í¿ «• 1 •<*;{ - I 1/ i 1 'tfas 4T-4 *' ' r Á -i- •- ÉfflBn |b ■..*■> ■ esl -' ' '- > >ur business for this month and year was larger than ever, and wé take this opportunity to thank our ierous friends and acquaintances for their patronage and ask for the continuation of same, and to you who an not yet our customers, we extend a kind invitation. aawra A , it? ' ' -1 :é Ü 1 WÜHr teEmWBm ■ "¡Ai ■ Jjl f * SiÉtli ,« wisit|x ott ^Ilbflappy INew lTear ■K' ' '-f^i : l * XT~— to the point: To reduce our immense stock ánd turn it into cash, we have placed our Suits, Overcoats, >ts, Dres; and Flannel Shirts, UnderwearrTrunks, Suit Cases, Rubber Coats, Etc., Etc., at B*$5 1 ■■ - i!. ' worth $1 now others as low as $4 its worth $15 to 8, now-- And some as low as $6. Lace Boots, value $4.50 and $5, now--- for $ ■ffla &t«58s Hats worth $3, Flannel Shirts worth $1.75, now: I $1.25 Dress Shirts, now 75c an...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 1 January 1909

— . -£ w«it« ron ange.,, liege of other S limen of book kee shorthand.—t courses trnlrffng Higgine fresh north East and West Thursday and AGENTS FAMOUS BALL telegraphy, u as o and This sch Friday* *10h| ty Regular Town Texas finest One mounted 40 horse Mart writer NEW PHONE rmture \htasz lo. norte* jLU...... I ■ ■ . TO YOIHAY SISTER '^.«^wSmííTiuiSSr^ I am a woman. I know woman's «offering*. : • I have found the oore. . I will mall, fre¿of any ebsrgt, BrlnitaJ ■Ml with full Instruct! otm to any aaffei a&S te.Iw on how to cure yourselves at home with- of a doc my'homtf treatment Is safe know t cure for Lt«corriio*a or WMttsk tfitcharftt, UtemtiM. Mt> wmm '■vip DliCMMDi or ft ■igJml« UlAflftÉ l*y, back sod s&tts&r Faillac of tha Mpk. N at Onriaa d ko««l . kai Ñ?£uUMMwl paculiar to our mi. tawüTSm8 1 I want to aend yon a coaplth ha . aatiratr lr* to pro re to you that yon coat you only our work or Tonfnaafeath . women auffer. and how and learn to Mak tar far y o mall ost...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 1 January 1909

Scores of Orange Readers Are Learn - - - - Kidr ^WfiwME jj byfl Lili# stat*si# t mept that .vou PH*m„ ¡he best equi m best wh <[ handle the the mar ke CÍO. WfLFFORD,N« Will make regular trips Oratigeto day and Saturday, leaving Orange at 8 a. m. and Port Arthur at/sTX * *• Urinary Doan's |Ora ¡Mr*. jue, sneburn Jute lam ck. &y ill I your h Stoia nefidaj r üsed. Liver r sale ItTjfGiiRioHi orTSoating partieTafany time. For particulars call New Phone No. «43 Of feotlve: "'My brothér also used this, remaflty 4jr afAa curé6.l| 'ft 1 For >ii| by all feale Jkffa NeV York, sole agents for the United Vhiong otbr r amusements 'at some ?yf fh& habe had thb W& i'ífaa Mfi «pi'! itlfrci take no other. rrLioD to d: 1 ÍS of "666!',.srlU cure .00 ryg .. ¿¿¿Mi/uou.. isscüárs! Al H the By th^f^ngUtlnJip f§§ Oriole traína byfl|lj 8unaetMHMflK "people °f OrangMfte affoflHHMent op- portunltyHSji travefflF^Mftsui dally, in flpg ouv <É9VrAn4MBIen rout# with Its-'eight passenger trains ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 1 January 1909

S&N Mí,' • I | IS mm IM1 I /OI THIS SALE IS NOT TO MAKE ROOM FOR SPRING STOCK, a i '. hi < TO BRING IN THE NEEDED CASH Stock Now in the Hands of Saul Fleig & Co., o; — Let Nothing Keep You Away The Hour is Set The Date You Know nishings, Shoes and Hate fv v v Sacrificed. Greatest S; Held inOrange. Entire Stock Turned Over to Fleig & Co., of Chicago, to be Sold in TEN Prices Will Reach the Lot Limit in the Clothing, Fm *¿1. - 'V'/ :■ Known, mark the < anuary ■ s a effect will of bjrilliance and splendor, peop! The greatest revolution in the Clothing business by Saul Fleig and Co., of Chicago. The greatest and most sensational sale that the buj January 5th, this mammoth stock of the widely known firm óf D. Mossiker, located in Orange, Tex., is to be sold at retail. Commencing Tuesday, uing Wednesday, January 6th, Thursday, January 7th, Friday, January 8th, Saturday, January 9th, Monday, January 11th, Tuesday, January: January 14th, ending Friday night, January 15th. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 8 January 1909

,,¡¡¡§¡12 ErBhIkS B* wbm'- mil | , * f , '"i" =¡ ~ niiiwri UnAJnu y 8, IDO m fe® fíU '"'¿i '1 •. >,:' I Tf W fa"V>'<^W i# ' . ?!:i® US = B ||sp§íi , ifc lM*S3 To the ILumber Trade have ever enjoyed if the sincere wish of pasosa Wl'É¿kÍ. íC ¡jf"1' * BK iSsWSI rrnen s = Put Ug on ■ • ft, 1 " ; We wish you the compliments oi the season, and earnestly trust that the New Year will bring prosperity, bs and success to ev- ÍV?|C '■ ' ^V.Jlf? ¿'ti eryone engaged in the lumber trade. _May it be the best year you ÍI1 the lutcher & moore lumber co. ORANGE, TEXAS m m if: K —— i 11, er^vv MILU AT NEWTON Alto ORANGE, TEXAS capacity 300,000 firt daily i.t ..." - i I; I™ Prosperity, Peace and Plenty is prómised to the faith^K^irtÉie new year right by ordering some Dimension and Boards from us. Good Grades, Quick Shipment, Right Prices. With best wishes. Miller-link lu mer co. GENERAL AND SALES OFFICE, ORANGE, TEXAS mmm mmm mm ■■m ttMJt !!■>■ ■- ===== Sawn Long Leal Yellow Pine Timber...

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