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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 22 January 1909

\sX> Is one . thing that will It—Ayer's Hair Vigor, a regular scalp-medicine, quickly destroys the germs [which cause this disease. I The unhealthy scalp becomes [ healthy. The dandruff disa^ pears, had to disappear. A | healthy scalp means a great deal I to you—healthy hair, no dan- [ druff.noplmples, no eruptions. ®Be best kind of a. testimonial - t "Sold tot oyw iiity Also manpfboturfra of _ SARSAPAWLLA. pre PILLS, vio CHEKRY PECTORAL. TO H*6t^TAVE8. I Í tn Thousand Will be Brought to Orange by Barges. —rr?ts- . *V'*' Questions and Answers • Q—How often is the census tajtep and to what-■ department does It be- long? A—Ev$ry ten years. The first cen*- bus taken in 1790 was under the sup- ervision of the president. In 1840 under the secretary of state. In 1849 it was transferred to the department of the interior^ In 1903 it was placed in charge of the department of com- merce and labor. ; Q—What is the meaning of a yellow flag on a ship? A—A yellow flag is a" sanitary sig- nal. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 22 January 1909

■' I «7vT¡ sfc¡= *1 Should be the real absolute parity. flavor witü article, combin natural whiske ?ed in^the |ood o\d Government "Green Stamp" which ^seal's every bottle. ! richness oí flavor and soft mellowness oí Sunny Brook tey especially recommends it for home use as a health* ful stimulant DELIVERED •Tf Mti Of LOK A. tonic. YOU EXPRESS PlIiMli) FOLLOWING DISTRIBUTERS: LIQUOR AND CIGÁ& l'ám CO., BEAUMONT, TEXAS. 4 Bottles9 1-StbOallon Rye or BmwMi Bottles , FuU Quarta i in tie $ ■ luí** n I to plain boxes. _ rsrdar. Jm : im i tt rs bbbmbmíwbíbbbbbhbbmmmb ORMGI C NORTHWESTERN WO and Shmb*. theatre * eatri- mwuJHRHIR' that every Southerner will want to see. I train will leave Newton at p. m. Returning, will leave icdiately after the per- -Arrangements will be eti excursion tickets at every the road, and ticket! will be " sold at every station. WINTER, G. P. A. -•••y ^.n\j r wi Af~ t-N <3 Amusements D ,ISH! mm mi Mr. WITHIN REACH OF ALL. 0«r Jackson Reduces Admission Prlce'...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 22 January 1909

Baking* Powder jfllbsolutety Ture The Only Baking Powder made from Cream, of Tartar le from Crapes—' A Guarantee of Putei Healthful, Delicious Food 3PEASE'S AMERICy Í.ENDAB, ldOñS' ■rLat¿- Byron^orRT 178S. re's money of the king's comln#.fiown the Mil; 'tie going to the kins'* ex- chequer. • • • You lie, ye rogue; 'tía ■olns to the tavern. There'* enough to make ua all. On, Bacon, on! —"I Henry IV." U. 1 home, Btron; adieu. Vo, nor good lord, I have «worn to atay with you, JUtd, though I have for barbarían apoke P: more Than for that ángel knowledge you can say, m keep what I have swore and bide the penance. —"Love'a Labour'a Loat" i, L John Winthrop, governor of Massa- chusetts, born, 1587. I have done the atate aome servlcs, and they know It. -"Othello" v, t Queen Victoria died, 1901. So good a lady that no tongue could Never pronounce dlahonor of her; ahe never know harm-doing. íHenry VIIL" U. *. RICHMOND PEARSON HOBSON 8AY8 JAPS WANT TO CON- TROL THE PACIFIC ■ K BIG MINE HOLOCAU...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 29 January 1909

VOLUME 1 ORANGE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 29, 1909 ' 111 With The Lumberme mm smm mm BY ARTHUR L. FORD MANUFACTURERS OF CUT FROM THE FAMOUS CALCASIEU FORESTS ■ QUICK SHIPMENTS GOOD GRADES BEST FACILITIES Orange, Texas ... ===== :—■. • — mami 1— m SERVICE I • With a complete and adequate stock of well manufactured Yellow Pine Lum- ber. We are enabled to give to your orders exceptionally quick shipment. Our grades are standard and our prices in line with market conditions. May We Hate the Pleasure of Serving You? "■ [é ':k ■ 'lllif miller-link lumber co. -¿J ss=s r = w¡M¿ m " ; M ;U<*' / ' /"> fo '""s * ií i' / i ■ / f ■ Wi ■ Jy í;wv . v v. Sawn Long Leaf Yellow Pine Timber Gotten Out Promptly . —- it of YARD ITEMS 'and Solicit] • Your Inquiries and Orders kN*>: When you want it QoieA Send Us the Order «S *36 MR' as E RL UM B E R COM PA NY Li-., .i" r ' " ■ ■■ ■ ■ '''■ 1 ■ WmMM wm WMwmw-7' E R EMLIG TEXAS long leaf yellow pine lumber R ■ I "Tí A. W. 1 PttiMmt C.I. VIDOR. . (cc....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 29 January 1909

-Vi/1;"?';': «MB wPPMp wí«IS¡SS NEW LEAGUE FORMED t boon to weak, nervoua, known' aa Dr. Plerce'i tionJH Pyfe one of th® Editorial Staff Lake Charlea, Lafayette, CroWley and Orange are Interested; 0 Medical Kevikw says corn root (Heloniaa Dioica ) which Of the chief ingredients of the «Fir Prescription ot° tho'entire reproductive sgMgni" Continuos "in Hclonlas we haveatnedie*- t which more fully wswcre the above loses than n ny other drug urith which I am .ainUd. In tfio treatment of diseases pe- ar to women it is seldom that a case 1a ' ■MBÉHHH e Indication en which dons not present somi r ttys remedial asrent " Dr. Fyte furtner i: "The foliowlnc are amoog the u cations for Uulóuias (Unicorn root).. or acbln* in^the^barlc, wlth leucorrhceai atonic (weak) organs of riu^M lability, the rep 1 ■ensai neys; me ened (ihln of the reproductive Krs'ris .due to a weak- the reproductive system* ressed or absent monthly rom or kccompanylnc an of the digestive ortrans —! ic— blood ) habit; dras...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 29 January 1909

_ mm. pí¡ w THE ORAWQl J.KAlfaR :íwí m i« t'jy Rl tZssttts.'iZ.'z y—. $1.75 LÁNTA CONSTITUTION -AND- tt The Leader together with the superb FREE OFFERS of PARIS MODES, a woman's t-iinagazinfligor^ v.- . ■ paper; or TALKS of farm wisdom, The Tri-Weekly Constitution Mm*. . w*.k. Th* nvwaUat, One Dollar a Year- or The Weekly Constitution —once a week, with each of the above (except that The Weekly "Constitution is substituted for the TrKWeekly)—all for one year for only $1.40 # The Tri-Weekly Constitution presents at "one sweeping view the whole área of events. The ' news of the country, state, nation, and the world is given in each complete issue. Each week I the departments of Farm and Farmers, WomaVs Kingdom; Great Agricultural South, Faorn- ' Union, Rural Free Delivery, Poultry and others of wide interest, edited *>y experts, ¡al directly to those addressed. —e Weekly Constitution contains ail these special features and the difference between it and The Tri-Weekly is that the on...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 29 January 1909

■HH^iillHtt !■ R awr ORANGE LEADER =w==f LEADEHt PRINTING COMPANY Proprietors IÉ. L. Ford • • • • Manager and Editor , J. k.. ?.. 1 . ,, .. „ IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT. ■-** Beginning with, the first issue in February, ^ the next issue of the Weekly Leader, the Daily and the Weekly Leader will be segregated and • "published as separate and distinbt papers. ' j / The Daily Leader will be published six days per week, instead of five, as at present, and the Weekly Leader will also be published every Fri- day. Weekly Leader wil contain á resume of nings for the entire week, gleaned ily Leader each day, and in acjkli- a special feature, of the Lumber artment, as it has done for many years. Subscribers to the Daily Leader will receive paper six days in the week but will not be supplied with the Weekly Leader unless they ? subscribe for it also. The subscription price of the Daily Leader will continue to be fifty cents per month, as heretofore, but will «not include the Weekly Leader, the sub...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 29 January 1909

fjf v 1' ': m! !®v u. / fN^PP'* ' m —k -!W y || • J™lláHi HwsjRpifl ¡K®§?; |y$&■ ml ■ •'•' ' NO, N0, 6ENTLC ANNIE! / ■ . V, ' ' t ;,: ? . I have found a better place io buy Cook Stoves, Heaters, etc. That Hardware Store on Fifth Street, where they handle the OAKLAND CÓOK STOVES and RANGES, Leader Cook Stoves, Heaters and I Ranges and Quick-mealKjasoline Stoves and Bangel They certainly have the completes! line of stoves in • town and their prices are right; What? YES. THAT'S THE PLACE idecson Hardware Company ORANGE, TEXAS inge Theatre MOM*. February I The Via 'EVENT . . The Gingerbread Man Company present the great musical fan*-— and comic opera and A. Baldwin By ■Frederic G. Rankin Fresh from the Mas! Direct from its enormous Phila- delphia engagement at fhe Gar- rick Theatre, where it broke all record previously held by Rich- ard Mansfield. AüyCcmpisy ad rift!Pon The Most Delightful Music Tper Listened To. | and embl K¡ t 1' • CLASSIFIED COM In the Great Sotro Tunnel Have Bee...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 29 January 1909

sise gaffe ■■ ■ •: . . sgp3 Free to You'and Every 81 erlng from Woman's Ailments. I am m wonuulii " * w •Mtwlth wonmn's ' «afferln^f. ♦tti want tot mjsx&g _ r yourself, your r mother, or your suiter. Iwantto f to «uro youruelvea at home with- out the help of adoctor. Men «aaast understand i women' suffering . What we women know fita «ure-t^my^'ader, kTow'tfmrmy'homo better reatment In safe and mire cure for ■Mima*,. . •nut wealUr to.our «ex. I want to lend you « «■ . I Httratr fro to prove to you that you «an oura rulwOIin&hh£ I*?*.. Hwa*i . >«<«y wB!h your work or oocupatlon. JuitsMd m|wmm irfaMrts*, *«U me howyou o&zss&isvtta"' ; young Ladlee, Plumpneua and health always resulta from four own locality who know and will gladly 1 woman's diseases, and makes women weH, "I the free ten day's treatment is yours, also r Illustrations « —' woman I'M. 4 i my 1 Ma SUMMER , Box H - - rod the free ten day' ( offer again. Address Notre Dame ame, Ind. U.8.A. !T1C MEET LEA...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 29 January 1909

Wm / : ■■ ' i - mmmm t' £ i! * * * *V >"* ■M ■«! iÜ i* \ The Toñic Properties of Old WhisKey are recognized by all physicians of standing—whiskey to be medicinally pare mast be the real article—such awhtskey U way and its rare IC is distilled in flavor comes only {rom years of ernraent Every -bottle is sealed ch is clearly printed the exact Age, key within eisth bottle TO YOU EXPRESS PREPAID FOLLOWING DISTRIBUTERS: „ ,v; LON A. BERNARD LIQUOR AND OIOAR , TEXAS. Bottlc?$* ! l-5th Gallon i ííjr® OÍ1 jftourbo® Shipped in plain box Bottles $ | Full Quarts With your —— - ■■ '■ IRON WORKS Machine, Shops, ' «.• ;;^nd , >'■■■ W' • • Any kind of machine «hop work neatly and quickly done All kinds of mill and locomotive repair work receive prompt attention New machinery just added make* our plant the best in Southeast Texas We make a specialty of the manufacture of logging cars Iron and brass catinsgsall kinds. Your patronage solicited DISTANCE PHONE NO. 24 ORANGE IR ■" .• <V¡4VT yjf...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 29 January 1909

W<m£ rH'.v tí mm I - ipet give the chief ingredient the active principle, t end healthfulness, to [ POWDER \y . ' _ <JÍb*oluúty Ture wholesome and deli- cious food for every day in every home I ^@W No Pho.pk.tM N Ahw wesm Who Were Killed in Messina Earthquake, Arrive in New York on Italian Liner. OBSERVE RETICENCE members of senate judiciary - committee talking little about merger case OPEN VIRGINIA CAMPAIGN Chairman of Legislative Committee of Anti-8aloon League Will Open Head- quarters In Richmond, Preparatory to the Coming Local Option Cam- paign There. New York, Jan, 29.—The bodies of I United States Consul ''Arthur Cheney t)d his wife, who were killed in the earthquake at Messina, were landed from the Italian steamer Venetla this morning. There wás no representa* ti ve of the government or personal friend present and longshoremen acted as pall bearers. A battalion of marines were expected "at the pier, but they didn't arrive. The Italian consul, Count D1 Marsigla was also...

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

, february 5, 1909 volume ISfs b'W K.>r ■Mb. ,v; manufacturers of .. -I :'rri * |#1 V- ' 1 «¿_—- & k 'M ' j^i "mIiIiiii' in 11 In íi I m ♦I" V?>. ' ■ ' ' quick shipments f good grades best facilities , cut from the famous calcasieu forests ; a 1 i í Orange, Texas \ =*= IF YOU NEED Dimension, Boards or Fencing; Send Your 1 ..... --..i. .. .. . ^ „ ti Inquiries and Orders to" miLZn-LINK LimVER CO. m. orange, texas ssss z: zi ata Sawn Long Leaf Yellow Pine Timber Gotten Out Promptly our [S and Solicit : ities and Orders When you want it Quick Send Us the Order LUMBER COMPANY vv:1' ■, ■ REM LIG . " SI TEXAS ;V': L0N3 LEAF YELLOW PINE LUMBER ¿i ■ ■ ' " ■' :üé R E M L I G pü .H ¡tí'kn.'fl A. W. MILLIE. ffew 'tj'.'' C. I. TIBOR, •cc.-TrtM. C. U HANNAH. General Mantear ' \ v v" . " Vfi Orange Saw manufacturers of Rmp mm Tine Lumber rough, sized and dressed _ for prompt shipment an better than Wé.solicit your inquiries sod orden ^ Texas V. v- I Orange, Texas ■if II ■■ jhhrpi^ R. W....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 5 February 1909

par- 11/ Refer Doctors ¿cause we make' medicines or them. We ¿ell them- all about Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, and they prescribe it for poughs,- colds, bronchitis, con- sumption. They trust it. Then you can afford to trust it. Ask your own doctor. Tha beat kind of a testimonial r- " Sold tor over alxty year ." - ^ SÁBSAPAWLU. yers W« lurtBOMonlil We publish th forro a !*■ of all our madlola**. Is greatly aid the Ma breaking uo .°5az CLOSED BIG DEAL m- mm,.( . p j -,., il.'M. West Consummate* Purchase of Smith Lumber Company. ffieair. , Beaumont, Texas, Feb. 31.—J.- M. West, president of the. West Lumber Company of Houston, and also presi- dent of the Orange Lumber Company, v^as in Beaumont Sunday, being en from Merry-ville, La., to Hous- U ton.\ « st sayd "that the deal where- the stobUiolderB of the West Lum- r companyHook over the properties the C. if. Srikth Lumber Company Merryvllle, La^Sprevlous notice of th has appeared hv these columns, ' only finally closeosup Saturday len the t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 5 February 1909

ÍND* Bth and h. WASHINGTON* 50 Prfvate Ntto, Americas $3.00 p*r lay, «vards wltb bath ) additional. European Plan, $1.50 per day, upwards; with batfc $1.50 addltloaal - , M 1 A hlih-cltu hotel,gcond«cted for your comfort. |L eled, refurniihed throughout. Directly on cm ' i Sutton 20 mlnutei. Gmpitol 2 minu- ppodte Metropolita^ CUk. Union Two black* to White Houu and Executive SulMinca. Oi r ' . . ildo Inn «nd Cottapii, Lake I CLIFFORD M, LEWIS. PROFRIKTOn 11 i, Dally. la here from ^aco. nt la fcan- ulte la among iters In Orange. i« tiran- go, having From Sat —D. Lo •mfm «acting bm —B. W. Tugle ol the days' business —C. P. Brown of aacting business In reached the city laat night. •—-O. M. Brown of the Liberty public schools -Was a morning arrival In Or- ange, coming over to visit friends. —-Jno.L. Kennedy, a well known clt- lien of Lafayette, La., la transacting business In Orange, having* réached the city thfa morning. District Attorney EL A. Cheatham returned laat night from Beaumo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 5 February 1909

ANGE ■T ¡55r LEADER PRINTING COMPANY Proprietors L. Ford ........... .Hanttger and Editor ' i.i. i uui id i. IMPROVING THE ROADS \* !<> i J. '-'.(xy;. i Judge O. R. Sholars stated, to the _3egr editor yesterday that he is now injrosi- tion to act intelligently in the matter of road improvement, one of the most important mat- ters with which the commissioners court has , ' ' , ■* to deal, he and the commissioners having made a personal and careful inspection of the entire <pounty with a view to posting théinselves as to *$s needs in the way of road and bridge im- ement. :■ ■" ^ . .■ VI Sholars, sjpied-^hat they took their dea/Eorotigh investigation going the lake shore on the south to the Jasper inty line on the north and Wet into Jasper to see the condition of the'róadfe in that county connecting with Orange ,county, roads,, and from the Sabine river on the east to the Neches river on the west, and ¿ttróSs the r^ver into Jefferson county to see what Jcind oí roads connected...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 5 February 1909

London, Feb. V—Abodfctwo months some of the ffl^nbora of the •et" Itt New ¡York, jknown as "four hundred," Will feel the lash of U English woman who Intends to them "Just what the thinks about The English wqmap Is Lady ad. Who recently paid a- visit Nbw York, and was most unfavor- ably Itapreaeed both by the society folk and the methods of New York newspapers. Lady Auckland has written ¿ book, entitled "SI* Weeks in New York," which will be published 1 about eight weeks, and she fb about' to vls.lt New York again in the middle /«f February. Meanwhile she has an- nounced through an American new* that she will visit New York another nam* and will pay $500 ny Journalist in that city who finds '1 cannot i cannot give you any clue as tie means by which I shall elude Jew York Journalists," Lady Auck- 1 told me the other, day. "That be a double' risk. It might help and It might also tempt me to r what 1 think of their methods. snr«'I could not say anything enough about them. . "As to my bo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 5 February 1909

' .yO*/ =2S= í—often it means scald. Apply Bal- nimfcnt just as "soon ent happens1 and the pain yed while the wound will :Ty and. nicely.A sure c.ure s, rhéumatism and all, pains. 25c, 50c and $1.00 a bottle. Hd by Gate City ftjufc Store and ?. Hewson. JF - will the BUILD NEÍW ICE Another Industrial Enterprise Talk- pf For Orange. ill ¡S?! • Ji Hp, P'vlS liV ■:mí ' distinguished s of thja world r and the nümber ted before the opened tomor- iat has by JUT"Laymen'? it 1b called, stence without ins arrarigerneW or planning. It out of a commemoration held at Ifth Avenue Presbyterian church, \ York, November 13 and 14, 1906, Ptof .the "Hay Stack" prayer meeting In Williamstown a century ago. ||| The campaign was projected for the ■ evangelization of the world in this ; generation. . ; The reason for the movement can Ü be briefly given as being occasioned by the inadequacy of the present scope and extent of missionary work. Notwithstanding the great triumph of modern missions, it yet rema...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 5 February 1909

B. of an Early Pioneer Recently Deceased following biographical sketches oville B. Shaw, appearing in aa papers recency, wllí% oí Interest to the many friends oville B. Shaw, deceased, who well known, jn Or. was a brother óf Mm r^e of this city. .. ' M, jj| - , v '■ ' le, La., Jan. 30.—The une* ROUGH PANIC aummated This Week. Th« -WEEKLY AT roRO Demented Paascngcr on Pullman Car Delays Train From Tuesday's Dally. No. 7, w.est' bound on the Southern Pacific rived In grange this inoi five minutes late. Passengers on the train state that death of Hon. Gránvill 6. here yesterday morning waa^a book to this town and oosfk- Mr. Shaw was in his usual health, and attending to his du- as Special Court Deputy leris than t. ago. He contracted pneumo- a was sick only about four .days; was one of the old pioneer of this section of Louisiana, and reared here. He was year old, and saw service akftpas section of Louisiana ' early days of its develop* served as sheriff of Yer- irlsh for fourteen year...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 5 February 1909

' mSrg^mm _ * '■ ' ■ ■ M II Pif '•$ " y®fVW™ THE tpwort Health- ROYAL it ingredient WwMm f&MflPr >, ' to on Royal Baking Powder. best food ia required no other or fawning agent can take tjie the work of Royal Baking Powder. HHHB Turkish Minister of War Has Reserves to Army Corps SYNAGOGUE BURNED - '.bfivr. . tewVI MOST DEMOBILIZE BRYANDAYATTAMPA BY WILL NOT NEGO. TE FURTHER TILL BUL- GARIA DISBANDS ARMY iV V"- ; ILLINOIS CENTRAL WRECK A Northbound Suburban Train Ran Into a Freight, With Fatal Results. Congressman Glaaa Favo ra State Prohibition and May Run for Gov ernor oí Virginia. all (trst News Service, stantinople, February .4-—The ish minister of war has ordered the reserves of the third army; corpa to Hold themselves in readiness to join their colors. Turkey has also) called upon Bulgaria to demobolizo her army before entering into fur* ther negotiations. Illinois Central Wreck. Chicago, 111., Feb. 4.-—A northbound Illinois Central suburban train crash- ed into a freigh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 12 February 1909

W , V | ■ if® RMR1 pp* Wlmi ¿amm *oSi< '■ rfi.1 BRUARY 12, 190 ORANGE, TEXAS, The dumber w- ^-Wm ' vlM'' MW <* ' ^ ' '" ' - • ' ,'+ • r • f ny M| pi '.v manufacturers Lea . quick shipments good grades best Facilities • ;.■ ': ':;V •■.'■• : ..■ Bf ^ ,A cut from the famous calcasieu • ~ forests "• 'V:-'"'' ' '■ *' ' V;-: '"VpS' 1 ' .. . ' ' ' ■ ' . ' # B ■a*, I Á mVÍ ■'• ''íjlfl ' «iflM 1111 v¡W!$ $ §fw$ KlltllP Í BW ML' 1. = l^niW mSt=5 IF YOU NEED or Fencing, Send Your Dimension, Inquiries and Orders to &LINK limVEH CO. Orange, texas mi mWwwm mli •" B |ÉK -4 y% '■■:■ -IIÍibwBK . i ffetiffiL .l$^v-.nfeífe'-; 1sr£*:«hkJ mm ■ éMéÉÉÉkÉ .. ■■ ■' J W'iMW. # - ^•Ti-Vw •h'iV' Yellow Pin srffsit Export Timber Gotten Out Promptly When you want it Quick and Orden Send Ui the Order ;?o; .-v *i", $r. ";„ .1 ■ ■ ■ .-4 When it comes to giving interviews on the lumber situat^ ' year, lumber manufacturers in this particular portioíp o* the aré ú skittish as colts and a reporter who desires...

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