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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 12 February 1909

JIÉHH 'i á ñfíuM .>':"■ ..í">'sHi ■■1 uve week der's bité cover the pletet Hammer blows, steadily ap- plied, break the hardest rock. Coughing, day after " and tears the throat ant until the healthy tissues give tfny. Ayer's Che,rry Pectoral stops the coughing, and heals the torn membranes. <?,! * testimonial ~ sixty year -"' Washington Once Gave Up to three defers; was kept In bed for Blood poison from a spi- used large, deep sores to leg. The doctors failed, 's Arnica Salve coiq- cuni-mc," write John Wash- j of Bosqueville, Texas. For eccema, boils, burns and piles, it is supreme. ¿!5c at B. F. Hewson's. DRILL PIPE TWISTED. Serious Accident Occurred in the Artesian Well at Hatton'i. A FAVORABLE CO! I SUPERII IDENT'S REPORT Prohibition Has Brought Aofcut Big Report of Mr. Poster to the School «Decrease in Crime in Lake Chafes. Special to the Leader. Board for Month of January. From Monday's Daily. jPgp PILLS. beBt 8ARSAPARILLA. PILLS. HAIR VIOOR. •: no aaoreta ! We publUh u...

Publication Title: Orange Leader, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 12 February 1909

:$¡p CHMOND BTH AND H. 8T8. ÍHINGTON, D. C. 50 Private Baths, America i per day, upwards with lath «Mlttaaal. European Plan, $1.50 day, upwards; with hatha $L50 addltlaaal . £8 I'dast hotel, contacted for rout comfort. R. td, refurnished ihroufhout. DlrcctM on cat nion Station 20 inltiutct. G.pitol 2 mlnu- blocks to White Houm and Executive dlni«.0 Oppoilte Metropolitan Clnk. i mar a*«Mi July to Ostobtr : Ino anjj Cottatei, Lake Lutercne, N. Y- Mlrondacka-- -Switzerland ¡of America. 30 unte* itom S r tof . Send (or booklet. .IFFORD M/ LEWIS. PnopmcTpn i " • n; " ' ■■ • INDIGESTION * ENDS Misery From Your Disorded Stom- ach Goes in Five Minutes. You can eat anything your stomach crayee without fear of a case of indi- gestion or. dyspepsia, or that your food will ferment or sour jon yoyr stomach if you" will occasionally take a little Diapepsin after eating. Yotir meals will taste good, and anything you ¿'at will "be digested; nothing can ferment or turn into acid or poison ór stomach...

Publication Title: Orange Leader, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 12 February 1909

WWrt E ORANGE LEADj LEADER PRINTING COMPANY Proprietors __—— ~~r— 1 ; ■■■. -=s ÍÁ. L. Ford Manager and Editor 'i l ' V' ' ' 1111 1 l" 1 l|J *! v..' CITRUS FRUIT INDUSTRY. a " - , « , ■? The growing of citrus fruit is one of the most ' important propositions in the'line of new en- deavor now before the people of Southeast Tex- as and the orgánteífion of an associatioh the purpose of whicjb is the development of this in- dustry shoulc^fbe followed by splendid results. iWhile Orange had no representative in personal attendant at the meeting held last week in her importance as a citrus fruit grow- On was recognized and Mr. F. H. Far this city, was made vice president of ciation for Orange county. While en- a the lumber manufacturing/ business, _ Farwell'is also very much interested in fruit laid truck growing and his J&bító'ÍFarm'is one of the model truck farms of Southeast Texas. In addition to scientific truck farming'being carried on there, much attentiónis being paid ; also to O...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 12 February 1909

Mm pa (Continued fror rMBi page L)¿ [EN e haven't got rich—largely because we háVe observed the speed limit. iVe have weathered «orne storms, tasted some of the bitter with the sweet; sd always to look pleasant; we are still at the pump handle; the old ship afloat; good, we shall hope, for, many mora years. ~ , Some of our neighbors have passed us—both ways-—to those "who have gOne ahead we def&'pur hat in admiration—may they never stop Short of- their goal. ' ¿ Say, this.is, getting clean off thif track. You "long leaf" "stick peddlers" and "short leaf mill men/' I am a candidate in the Houston Chronicle con- test. I want your coupon —'your votes—your kindly interests in Winning one of those automobile offered to the candidate, sending in the most vqtes 'ortur that did not pass us. . I want a machine,, do hot feel like I can afford to (coupons), so ^hat I can go.back and pi«k up some.of those less fortunate buy jorte, sqmeone has to win those offered. I have some friends among ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 12 February 1909

A r 2" , ' rY W\ riW'V: % he ob lead: [' 'fi >f ■ -Miss'lily I.angfufdy&acl r of th'c ¡ public school at Terref span; Sunday "in Orange, visfthig/Hends. „ jal mention. |g|píg;; ■ 'Friday's Daily. .1 BEL'!' t r kt —Mrs. Goldie Fletcher lei Satur- Nwlose Levi of New Orleans is ¿ ni , , , ¡11 iff the days business arrivals in day noon for Tyler, wher.e ,be wIH enter the Tyler Commercial College. JMrs. E. N. Sims of Port -N eches . —Mr. arid Mrs. Hugh Fon,. Uin and pending some time in Orange, a .bajjy have returned from a sP >rt visit ¿ft at the home of J. N. Sims. ta-western joints in the st;- e. "'■—Urn: .A: Dciticelt of Ik-aumont was. a morning arrival in )range, cóming over to visit friends —Mr. and Mrs. A. H. . Allen of Houston were Saturday visitors in Orange. . • r~ . —Howard Cohenaur of tl.e Palace Jewelry* Store, spent yester. ' ly with friends in "Beaumont. .. -rrE. H. Pope was a visit in the city Saturday, coming in fro - Hous- ton. ; —M. V: Anderson of the firm of...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 12 February 1909

.. 'r&fit-!';.,. " ¿fit V J. rJIPS íMbí^SHÍ 'tei, i do, ippil'l ftwbat tba RRH altes have t aajr." wha1 't heard very much who advocate other So until I've beard HinHilR this game, •' ' >M i ¿ri1. By Novelized From the Play by ilk 4^- .: - ■ m. . ' I copyright. 1900. by th g, ,1 Mil _ S ' V' ' • rf ■'.'■■'J' WISE rick R. Toombs Saw Here is a story of an epoch senior senator from the átate, Jumes making, battle of right against «tevcna, who had aot hesitated to flat- SÜ wrong, of honesty against cor ruption, of simplicity and sin- cerity against deceit, bribery and intriga*. * It is the stóry of today in this country. It vitálly con- eems every man, woman and child in the United States, so far' reaching is its influence. The warfare is now going on— the warfare ofhonestmen against corrupt political machines. The story jells the "inside" of the political maneuvers in Wash- ington and of the workingii of bosses there and elsewhere — how they shape men and women ta,iheir ends, hd...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 12 February 1909

«cfffp .#$ ppp * _l •-■" •'•• H12 P\V 'Já The most hi^ of baking powders. Its constant use in aljaíost every American household, itM&s alT over the world, attest its popularity and usefulness. 8BÜ BHI' mi ■)U i>| , .1 M Cold Wave b jiiiVUf • ... I> > • ' . "M J -I (jit i .¿ifjr'"' CRUISERS NORTH CAROLINA AND MONTANA SAILED TO JOIN THE BIO FLEET MAINE Left Guántanamo Today to Join the Fleet, While the Big Scout Cruisers Will Also Join the Fléet and Asr sist in diving Them Welcome. NEW ORLEANS AGOG CRUISER BIRMINGHAM CROSS- ED BAR AT PORT EADS H|| EARLY THIS MORNING PROUDEST EFFORT ||ln Epicureanism is to be the Big Ban- quet Tendered President-Elect Taft in New Orleans. The Georgia 'Pos- sum Dinner Will be Made to Look Hearst News Service. , ' Washington, Feb. 11.—The govern- ment, weather bureau this morning is- sued a forecast predicting a wide- ad cold wave, following heavy ipitation next -Monday and Tues- day. South's Proudest Effort New Orleans, Feb. 11.—The scout c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 19 February 1909

mm IV NuMlíLK 53 With The Lumbermen BY ARTHUR L. fORD : HllMHIi ' ' ' I IF YOU NEED Dimension, Boards or Fencing, Send Your Inquiries and Orders to MILLER-LINK LUTtVVR CO. ■rpWll ÍR-:~ t:"'- * r1-"" •: < y'■> .• j*tf y • - - v 1 ■: ■ .. ,fe;' •i Wmm 'r:-1 • w*' ■-V'A I % . -¡¡Mm 'i ■ '.CV 'LmL I.I. . ■OPBB^SSS "i"tMi n T .'i ! • SM.V i' t - ' : :K\ •,:■ ■¡■ft Yellow Pi Ml f « Timber Gottea Out ■■ * When you want it Quick 1 |j|j| * ||"" RBI 1 ; ;■•" V. v ¿>V VV> ■ Send Us the Order V IUU( r ■a;- •. •■' ■•#sR8 vaamm.k' t'l.l I' COMPANY ■ , §p^ ft I ' m0 mki$ mmm " • nm- ; WÍS = LO N 3 LEAFY EL LOW PIN E LUMBER —,i.i i- I I I. V. BONMBR, Yl« huitín T. P. WIIR. SMMur i•.'M vwk a. w. wis*, PmUnt C. L. HANNAH Gantral Hmmim C. S. VIDO*, hc.Tiiu. A.W. MILLS*. ►RANGE MANUFACTURERS OF TeUow Tint Lumber ROUGH, SIZED AND DRESSED Our facilities for prompt shipment are bitter th.n «¿r before We solicit your inquiries and order WESTON, TEXA8 Orange, Texas ■ •¿ ¿ ¿ ¿my*-. ft. WVWier Lum...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 19 February 1909

It Your 'wn bo you pin your h«t to your own half? Can't do it? Haven't enough hair? It must bfc you do not know Ayer' Hair VJgor ! Here's an Intro- duction ! May the acqtiaint- •ance result jn a heavy growth of rich, thick, glossy hair ! Use this splendid hair-food) stop your faUtog hair, and gef rid of your dandruff. *tnd of a testimonial— r ovar Sixty year ." Ther "Sú O- Jlyer Co., LowJlT TuT ' .ubaturera of ¿19 SARSAPARILLA. PILLS. CHEBBV PECTORAL. OPEN NBWjaKi BANK i Jft'í ' 1 1 • í ¿ví■ ■ ..i'-' . Myrick Bros. , Cow Bay ig Canal From Through Marsh From Satupflay's Daily. Myrick Brothers, sand and shell contractors, now have, a dredge at work cutting a canal from Cow Bayou ibróugh the marsh to their new .shell bank«some distance back of the Bayou. This canal, when completed,-, will afford the Myrick people an oppor- tunity ®f getting shells from an en- tirely, new" territory and means that their shell dredge will again bé at worlcMn Sabine waters. ... Washington Once Gave Up to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 19 February 1909

% :> i,;, i N ENDS CTH ANO H. 8T8. WASHINGTON, D. C. rooms, 50 PrivttéBaths, Anerlctt $3.00 per day, upwards with bath $1.00 «dtfltlvnal. Curaban Plan, $1.50 I per day upward ; with baths $1.50 ^ I additional A blfh-cUit hotel, contacted (at )re r comtofi. R- Modeled, rcfutnlihe< throughout. Dlrccily on c«r Hue. Union 9i«tjon 20 mlnilM. Gupliol 2 minu- —wo block co White Hokm d Exccathrc Oi pi IV I ^si#pl9i5E PH • .... ppotite Metropoliuo Clah Sammvr Jul; to October 11 Ib cod Cotugta, Like Luzercae, N. Y- M Adirondack!-- -Switzerland ¡of America. 30 WW minute Iron Saratoga. Sand CLIFFORD M. LEWIO, PftOPRIfTOR From Tuesday's Daily. The principal of the Orange High :hool, Prof. M- P. Rogers, resigned several •weeks ago, but the board of education declined to accent his resig- nation. During the present week, Mt Rogers was offered superintend?ncy of schools in a prosperous and gr< "ing. town in another section of státe at a better salary than the prin- cipalship of the Orange ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 19 February 1909

¡mpf*" "fir ORANGE LEADER^ T.TT.ADF.R PRINTING COMPANY Proprietors .........Manager L. Ford THE OUTLOOK AT m ;VV'' W Col. Frank "Putnam, staff writer on the Houston Chronicle, has been «pending a week at Austin," getting the lay of the land and as a result of this visit has formed twelve conclus- ions as .to what th^piture will dévelop of po- litical interest' to í|ié state at large. These con- clusions are w|^hy of reproduction and are as follows: "Two dáys of visiting, at the Texas state capital jpring the past week revealed to the writei^fche following apparent probabilities: That liobert Vance Davidson, attor eral, will be the choice for next gover- that element of the Texas democracy ch does not want more radical laws but ich does want a just enforcement of laws w on the statute books, and that Mr. David- son will pretty certainly run away with the nomination in the primary of 1910. ; Second. That the prohibition element of the , Uemocratic party will divide its strength, in th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 19 February 1909

Uef Prom ■ ■■ che? be satisfied, with relief— freedom from backache, the rest of the' trouble. • ¡| the cause and backache disap- for good. ; T _ can be done. '' 1 ban's Kidney Pills make lasting s. Experiences of Texas people ve this. • fere's one Texas case of it: John Calvin, retired engineer, living 'at 233 South Bois d'Arc street, Hills- boro, Texas, says:,"About a year ago gentleman called upon me and ask- ed my opinion of "and experience with Doan's Kidney Pills. At that time I told him they did me morefrood than' Other remedy I had ever used for «y complaint. I was a good sub- for them to work on, as I had ffered off and on for ten or twelve s. Frequently I was more than oyed with sharp, shooting pains in le small of my back, the kidney se- ctions w^re too frequent in action, Swere, scanty, highly colored and "con- " ed a sediment I am -a great be- liever in patent medicines, and often think that -half a dollar or a dollar «pent for a remedy and used for dis- eases for'which...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 19 February 1909

tAL MENTION. om Monday's Daily. —Mrs. L. S. Lemalre has returhed from a trip to western points.^ |í|—S. Smith of Morgan City, La.,' is transacting business in XXrahgc VV. H. Brice of'Tallulah, La„ was a Saturday risifor in Orange; W. M. Robinson of Beaumont ■was a morning business arrival in Orange. , —Scarry LTBew.oJ Houston war last night arrival in Orange, coming over on a business mission.. —J. W. Richards and wifeJpf Doit- cette, Texas, were Saturday visitors in Orange. ^—Messrs. Claude . Schmidt and Frank Perkins of Echo, were Satur- day evening visitors in Orange. Gui B / JK Rajwi1'. m Si mf- m' WMG UIVIUII * Marcos to visit relatives. .—A. B, Scale of the Stark Mercan- tile company, was among the last night,Visitor? in Beaumont. —Dr. F, W. Lawson and W. A. were last night visitors in imont. on't forget the organ and choral at Orange theater tomorrow ght, benefit St. Vitalis church. i —L. E. Stafford returned Thursday night from a brief business trip to Beaumont. —Miss Flavia...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 19 February 1909

mm ra mSñ B%. Novelized Prom by THOMAS A. R. Toombs mm starting' for Ids when Halase and Cullen turned shsrp- the corner of the hotel desk, and the yonng southerner aeoMantjlly 'Where are you going? Can*t yon look out?" blurted Langdon. Halnee grinned. "Guess ire yonr (ftnit this timo." "Oh, It is, is it?" irritably replied Randolph, who as the "young marse" CHAPTER IH. ■ÓW *0 VUUMM Á SKKATOB. HE International hotel In Wash- ington was all hustle and bustle. Was It not preparing tor Itf flrst senator since 1885? ^No a personage than the Hon, Wll- _ H. Langdon of Mississippi, said be a warm personal friend Of Sen- sevens, one of the leading mem- of his party at the capital; had gefl a'suit óf rooms for himself I two daughters. In't It the limit?" remarked the clerk to Bud Haines, correspond of the New York Star. "The .sen- wrote us that he was coming here juse his old friend, the, late Sen- r Moseietf, said back in '75 that this ...j the best hotel In Washington and rhere all the pro...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 19 February 1909

ni K¡M¡fc |HL,;w. ^cKttll¡°n8' of cans of Royal Baking Ponder have been used in making bread, biscuit and cake in this countiy, and evely housekeeper using it has rested in perfect confi- dence that her food would be ligjit, I and perfectly wholesome. Royal is* safe* against the cheap alum powders which are : greatest menace to health of the^present day. BOYAL IS TUB ONLY BÁÜ6 POWDER MADE FROM ROYAL GRAPECRlSAli OF TARTAR -f~r, 7 í In Cooper-Sharp Trial Today at tllf of Senator «ílf J tor the Morder ICE DID IT COME JER REVOLVER SCABBARD FOUND IN POCBETS. OF SENATOR CARMACK INTERESTING TESTIMONY ers Say Scabbard Was Not Whan Body Was Turnad to Than, But Was Found After Overcoat Had Béen Triad on by On* of Defense Counsel. Hearst News Service. Nashville, Tenn., Feb. 18.—An in- teresting question as to how the rub- ber revolver scabbard happened to get' Into the clothes of Senator. Car mack after his death was sprung this morn- ing in the Cooper-Sharp trial. Undertaker Dorris this morn...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 26 February 1909

ilESI fíjáS w i. Vi* , FKBRUAR? 26, 190 OLÜME 19 ORANGE, & Sí® ■ ■ ■ ===== Sto 7Íí«fc «das IT Y ARTHUR L. FpRD . :í '• -i ■MHÉlAttlirilÉ^M ú' r :Kít.:'V^ T fe l85:;® MANUFACTURERS OF CUT FROM THE FAMOUS CALCASIEU FORESTS :"mM a V j Ü QUICK SHIPMENTS GOOD GRADES BEST FACILITIES range, Texas M . >?■ •"> i .* 'imension, Boards or Fencing, Send" Your Inquiries and Orders to MILLER-LINK LUJiVER CO. ORANGE, TEXAS 'mmmm ■mfm IBBS?™ ' ; f v:T; - TO SíBSJ to.VV'V| íi-¿ « wawwi £ ■ ■ ■ M ^ s - t fig; iiééB SUi ÉmMÍmmT" • ! % ' Band Sawn Long Leáf Yellow Pine Timber Gotten Out- Promptly ■ -. When you want it Quick Send Us the Order arid Orders _ mmm* COMPANY w*. is :M%Wm MLIG ' '• mm a ■& LONG LEAF YELLOW, PINE LUMBER i i. vr. win, Pn«u t C.L.HANNAH, / Goiierol Minster C. a. VIDO*. •.c.Trsss. A.W.MILLIR. RANGE Kr" MANUFACTURE R8 OF ;"Vf ^ • «i, • „ , K, , Yellow Tine Lumber ROUGH, SIZED AND DRESSED Our facilities for prompt ihipmeht an better than ever before i pg We solicit your...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 26 February 1909

toctor s Iyer's Cherry Pectoral is not hi simple cough syrup. It is ■ strong medicine, a doctors medicine. It cures hard cases, fsevere and desperate cases* chronic cases of asthma, plcu- risy, bronchitis, consumption; Ask your doctor ibout this. i best m d of a testimonial— ovar «ixty yawa.", _ 'Lowell. Km*. atara of SARSAPARfLLA. PILLS. RAIR.VKX*. W# hire I tii« tor i of all .! W publlih oar tnpdlotaM. effective Home-Made K¡dnS Rheumatism Mr lem ral Deeds Filed for Record in County Clerk's Office Here is a sjf ture as given 1 W one/t >f Ayer's Pill* a SlDS FOR FILLING. Filling Bids are Being Re- ceived in Bunches cmade mix- ent authority on Kianey «iseasés, who makes the statement . that it will relieve almost any caáSpoí kidney trouble if taken before me' stage of Bright' disease. He tffctes that such symptoms as lame baofcrpain in the side, frequent de- ^to urinate, especially at night; inful and discolored urination, are readily overcome, Here is.thf recipe. Try it: - $ • Fl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 26 February 1909

m wr l mil OS LBADEk ■itt'i HOTEL RICHMOND 6th and H. 8T8. WASHINGTON, D. C. 1000 rooms, 50 Private Baths, ****** fUa; $3.00 per day, *warit> *,,h tath $1.00 additional, European per day, upwards; with , .«dWItlapal. A high-cUt. howl, condocléííot roar eomton. R- modeled, tefurnUhci thraufhoui. Diiecltr on c r lint. Union Sutton 20 minute . Gipiiol 2 n. two block* to White Hoo.e >nd B*e Building!. Opposite Metropolian CI. aniHm*p Seawn July to Oetbber Wertlde Inn and Couign. Lake (Luzetene. H. Y' «othp Adirondack.-- -Switxetlakd ot America, minute* from Saratofa. Send tot booklet. CLIFFORD M, LEWIS, P«OI m*TOB I 1 -TTT rr Hánor the Nation's Father 22.— Washington usual, Washington, Feb. the birthday of George was observed as a holiday in the capi tal of the nation, and numerous pa- triotic observances marked the. day. The' absence of.the president and many other high governmental, naval and army officials, who are at Hamp- ton Road to peleóme- the fleet, de- tracte^ somewhat -...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 26 February 1909

HSfS' ANGE LEi 0; )ER PRINTING COMPANY Proprietors Ford ...... Meager anc GOVERNMENT COMPETITK Yesterday in the private box. en of Orange at the pos neatly printed circulars seij department calling attention to the \ eminent envelopes and urging the b to place their orders With the postój ment for the env^|és to be used in their bus- iness correspondÉice. Prominentia displayed in the circular this statement: "Everyone who uses govern* int stamped envelopes is aiding the Post ent in improving the service.—ÁÍ Third Assistant Postmaster Gen reason, probably an oversight, one circulars was not placed in the private Ke. Leader Printing company, but one handed to the Leader editor latef by a di who had found it in his mail. Just why the United States , government raid enter into competition with the thoUs- s of printing offices all over the country is re than we cán understand. It is thoroughly ust, to say the, least. The statement above, attributed to the third sistant postmaster general...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 26 February 1909

I II H from page 1) -rr— |W iy, i« taking an active Interest in the development of a possible oil i Orange county and will head a company that will engage in wild' operations, their attention being first directed to cleaning out and slop ipting to devolop a well which was drilled a short distance from Qr- a few years ago and abandoned, but which has been showing constant Ications of oil ever since. There has been a scene of activity noted around the docks,.and loading ves of the butcher & Moore Lumber company this week; The barge has been loaded and dropped Intó the stream ynd the barges Sabine, Mexico and Nicaragua are all being loaded with material for ship- by wate^. The five barges will carry out approximately one million Of lumber. ^ . ' . ' • / '* ' W. Boyd Smith, of the Br company, wholesale lumber )raVige yesterday and spent the day of Omaha, Nebraska, was. in s - wjth the local lumber manufacturers. When asked as to lumber con$t|6ns - ^ in the northwest and the object o...

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