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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 26 February 1909

PERSONAL fe: turday's Daily. _ . I. Barrios of New Orleans was esterday business arrival in the city. —Jno. W. CJrttaiUf of Houston is nsacting business today in Orange. —John P. Slattery of Lake Charles among the day> business visitors Orange. —V ' H. Mullery of" New Orleans was jimong the 'yesterday bustles ' arrivals in Orange. Jm • —G..M Adcock. a prominent citi- zen of Terry,, was among fit business^ visitors today in Oran^ —Mrs. A. McKay ahd Mrs. Cowan have returned from/Béatimont^ where they have been, enjoying a short visit. S. ZackeyjjjjPbf Kirbyville, was" among the yesterday visitors' in Or- ange. —Mes^ifs. E. S. Morgan and W. C. Gansojp of. Dallas, were last night arrivals in Orange. H. McKenzie of Waco is tran- g business in Orange, arriving city this morning. Mrs. W. C. Woods left yester- for Humble, where she will spend some time visiting friends, —Messrs. Hamilton of Houston and C. F. Pannewitz left today on the Oriole for pqints west. —Mesdames Roos and Deutsér o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 26 February 1909

By THOI Novelized Prom the-Play by M É [SB Ick R; Toombs copyright: itoa . by thomas a. wise CHAPTER V. BOSS or THE flXNATC SUPEOTI A < mrw MEUBEB. N actor playing therole of a high type of southern planter would •core a decided success by pic-, taring:.the character exactly the fashion of Senator William Langdon as he strode to the desk of International hotel. , A wlde brim- black hat thrust back on his head, long black perfecto in his month, uttalls spreading out behind as he Hked, and the "Big BUI" Langdon i on his face that carried sunshine good will wherever he went, be good to look on, an Inspiration. Icularly In Washington. Following the senator were Miss ion and Hope Georgia, leading a of hotel attendants staggering a large assortment of luggage, beautiful girls, they caused a itlofi all of their own. CardUna, different type from the younger, had an anstere loveliness denoting pride and birth, a brunette of the quality that has contributed so much to the fame of southern ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 26 February 1909

-?V IP rj, -U^-. GLENN COINING In Interest of Home Minion. Will be Here April 22nd. fSOj The only baking powder made from Royal Grap>p Cream of Tartar. > J ^1* Si I 3... PRESIDENT MILIEU OFFICIAL OF ORANGE AND NORTHWESTERN INTERVIEWED ' " ' ./ "ll* 'Discusses Visit of Mr. Nixon, Vi¿¿: President and General Manager ;0|f KiH ■ the Frisco System—Improvements In Orange are Under Consideration. i:r • ' 'vv.'' ' - m- ■ , .HI ' Vice-president and general maw- age r W. C. Nixon of the Friáco sys¿ tem, with St. Louis headquarters, and party returned last night from a trip of úispectioñ over the lines of the Orange and Northwestern railroad, 'S Frisco holding. c" Those accompanying Mr. Nixon-Óri the above trip were J. W. McCtil- lough, auditor; Herman Hall, superb intendent; C. H. Fiske, engineer, mairi- tcnance of way, all of Beaumont, arid Sam Parle, of the Industrial Lumbtf company of Beaumont, and Mesará; L. Miller, president; W. H. Stark, vice-president of the O. & N. W. Ry„ an...

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

cut From the famous" calcasieu FORESTS <-i •P. ' -i1 ' ® > w ■ mmw ■ QUICK SHIPMENTS GOOD GRADES BEST FACILITIES .. r . •. ; > tt • ' '"V'S Orange, Texas ■ ■. Vr¿ ' . V" V 11" — == P>;,M '■ ¿ • ■-?"v if — ' : :■ 1 •.1 1 ' = ' ■■■■■ ' ■ 1 • >■'. ===== — * « • "7?.% . 1 ■ 'tr - -4 rf: +■ t m m IF YOU NEED Dimension, Boards or Fencing, Send Your & '«•- Inquiries and Orders* to MILLEÁ-LINK LUMBER CO. ORANGE, TEXAS «# AMhiu 11. : I - HE =mm** Site*® rers of Band Sawn Long Leaf Yellow Pine and Export Timber Gotten Out Promptly carry a >rtment of and Solicit Inquiries and Orders When you want it Quick Send Us the Order — ss! SS= R LUMBER COMPANY ' • s=s "Hü MLIG T E XAS .. ■ 1' 3 LEAF YELLOW PINE, LUMBER R G " i . ' ' '■ ■ ■ ■■- C. . VIDÓR, S«c.-T[>u. C. L HAWMB, Osaaral RANGE MANUFACTURERS OP Yellow Tine Lumber rough, sized And dressed if Our facilities for prompt shipment arc batter than «ver before - We aolieit your inquiriea and orders Galveston, Texas .Orange-...

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

1 i# M. Adams,' s awful plight five yeats, de- d baffled the best the poisoned blood lungs and nothing im. ""But," writes his ven bottles of Electric Bit- , lctely cured him." For erup- eczema, salt rheupi, sores and dood disorders and .rhfeymatis.m, ctric Bitters is supreme.., Only Guaranteed by' R; F. tlewson,, CHANGES IN O. & .N. W. E. H. Golden AppointcdA.F.& P. A, . Of Q. & N. W. Rattway,' lpful, dhtertBUi- :ly by the moit ex VTION i famon i who write for ¡U page* can start you planning ttcpme acquainted with the I all iu helpfulneu. J riARCH nuflber at any íealer-s. if he cannot y. you, send us 25 cents p we will send you A qdpy return mail, d, if at the same time, you will mentipn the hum d addict* of the dealer who cannot supply you with the magazine, we will send you the beautiful RECREATION Calendar fré*. Remember RECREATION the only magaiine that will start you right and kelp you to make the most of the outdoor season. Address RECREATION. 24 We* 39* St. New Yo...

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

— I;' Mil f,;'V/;; > xv* 4 ■\'tilO'i m,rM .^U"" '"'Vl.. — i$:i* >> „ ilCHMÓND 5TH ANO H. 8TS. WA8HINQT0N, D. C. room , 50 Private Baths, Aawlcaa $3.00 per day, upwards *ltft bath additional. Juropean fia , $1.50 varO; with batks$l.50 □ additloaal 8 L hiek-cltif hotel, conducted for yo«r contort. R< ", rtfurnUhH throughout. Directly on car Ion Station 20 miniiiH. Gipltol 2 mlnu- ' block! to "Wklt« Ho.ie and IxccuiItc tlMlaci. Oppoiite Metropolitan Club. Mr a*«Mi July to October ! Inn and Coitaiaa. Lake Lurerca*, N. Y- dirondacka—SwitacrUad !ot Ancrica. 30 aainutea from Saratofa. Scad tor booklet. .IFFORO M. LEWI*. PnOMiRTOR «11* NEW ORLEANS THE ORUNBWALD ■ PROBST, NEWEST, BEST, IN THE SOUTH -=-* m ■ r mif v ,000,000 ••• 1 #1, Upward* >.* Ih Bath • •ad II «araa mmmm — YIAR8* . RIENCE •0 1 EXPE TENTS Tradc Marks _ DtOIONB COFVIUOHTe AC Wm¿- uaifTlnlba *üsíí «can. [A* |^L n #fj|L|Ltn i ■ ircpiwiv vrw* ¡miúél&m.. r Oremm trrd Diitributori ol té Nut tnd fmti trees, Rose...

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

m beautiful city litor importance rOranfce county the completion of the Sabine- tty-fivfe feet, and 5ves the people to get bond issue to create a ! ided. giving counties permission bion districts has:been passed ¡fislature. The Leader has been a copy of this bill, but it is so )ur space so .limited we cannot pub- Hpwever, the bill will be read foroughly explained at the mass meeting Uzens to be held next Friday night. I Wii W ?he law provides that upon petition of twen- 0ve tax payers the county commissioners shall order a public hearing for the purpose of whether or not a navigation dis- shall be created and. bonds issued for the lurpbse of making the desired 'improvement. upon this hearing the court decides that the roposition is a feasible one then it is the duty of the'court tó order an election for the purpose, of voting on the bond question. In this election property tax payers only %re allowed to vote and it requires a two-thirds ma- jority to decide. If two-thirds óf the vot...

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

Calendar. i receipt of an unusually ctive calendar for 1909 from the shers of Recreation, 24 West 39th. jtet, New York. The calendar is posed of two heavy moqnts of t paper, on the smaller of which ?p«d an attractive picture printed i double tone., sepia,"stl9Wilig^*o hildren Jbpading a younger one into lie octfan;' the youngsters are oc- impanied by a dog who seems ¿is iterested'as the boys. The piel is entitled "His First Ocean Dij ^jigiilk' colrd is used by which to h m the calendar oh the wall. ;pi || This dainty calendar is off* sred as! a gift to any one who sends twenty- Jive cents for the March number of Recreation. * i/wiimi '' 'V: £¡$ U FIGHT Fat mackerel and other goods it\ that line for the Lenten season, at Johnson & Levingston's. 2-3t SAMSON, the best ever: Go now —F. B. Market, representing the Simmons Hardware company of St. Louis, was a morning business visitor in Orange, , a guest of his nephew, F. G. McDonald, fnanager of the - Anderson Hardware (company. SAMS...

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

nHHIL ' ,$W jMSMtif i oí eau- yesterday for a daj or two relatives. fy •«* i! ■íf wtom- she srill ith relatives. írincipal of the alio a prospec- range, was an the city .today. JTaycox arrived in Or-- from Beaumont, to ew'days, visiting her mother, "S/at «the-Riverside. Peveto returned this Waco, Chapel Hill li,. where she has been vis- ires som« time. es Beaulah Beaver and kyda on are attending the South Pescas Teachers Convention in son|. iunty Judge O'. R. Sholars haá (■to Beaumont to attend the con ion of the Southeast Texas Teach Association. í-rProf. S, Foster, superintendent the city schools, has gonci to Beau >nt to attend the Southeast. Texas Pexas Teachers. Association meeting -J. T. Stark, roadmaster of the If, Sabine and Red River railway 'ith Fields, L,a., headquarters, is jng the day's arrivals, coming in 0 jfpend Sunday with his family. ; —S. D. ^Burt, local superintendent jr the Brown-Burt Logging com jy, has returned from a few days . visit to New Orleans. " -O. ...

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

PM mmm , writes: "For several WÍlh kidney tf suddenly st SHsnnffiH, Hü¡ I was and last en'With a and tuiabl My ur sediment ly day an ing Foley's •] pain «radnaflily in my •kid tó*4 as sista By THOMAS A. Novelized Prom the Play by Frederick It Toombi « nice one. •Norton, the group. obi treat e, too," he earn at two t COPYRIGHT. 100 . BY THOMAS AS WIM to din- «■over CHAPTER lanodon learns ok tujxgs • ■ • 'fffllfll f AINES quickly walked over touched the southerner ou the arm. . ' "Well, my hoy, what eaa i do for you?" allied the new senator, turning, with a pleasant amlle. "My uame Is Haines, Senador vena was to apeak; to you uhout I'm thy first oí the newspaper corrd- •pondents come to" ltififcvtew you." Langdou'a familiar amlle broadened. "Well, you don't look as though you'd bite. Hgckoct 1 can stand for It. Is It very pdSful?" "1 hope it Won't be. senator," Haines said, feeling Instinctively that? be was going to like this big, hearty citizen. "All right, Mr. Haines, JU t as soon ...

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

iMP ■— n «i rnmr m mmmmntrrv Makes cMicigfihot biscuit, /.■'"J1- * ft* ana muftíns. Baking. Powder Grape Cream of Tartar) The Made from EFFORT v"v«* Of Port Sabine- m SIGNS HI# POSITION - Hatton¿Resigns Position at China.. p'sDaily. ank Hat ton of Orange stop- er in Beauniont today on His from China, where he has in charge of the public school ing the present term. Mr. Hattoji 'today that he had tendered his ignation to the hoard < and had <ed that it take effect March 5, as his intention to form a' partner- ship with Mr. Frank T. Outlaw, mem- bership secretary of. the local Y. M. C. A., for the purpose of establishing an up-to-date picket Wore at Orange. Superintendent Moody does not know at this time who will succeed Mr. Hftton at China. LEPHONE IMPROVEMENTS be Begun at Once by Southwest- ern Company. rom Thursday's Dally. It has been definitely decided by the officials of the Southwestern Tele phone apd Telegraph Company, to build a new plant and system in Or- ange, work to...

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

I — \ :W «trd Ji fes m 7ME 19 \f¿*\ I tDAY, MARCH 12, 1909 wmS Hmtt te BSBHHEwhsS™, -, fei* - Vt k. "■" ■ 'iii Sfe It , oore U Pl!v #if§$ ?®S casieu ííSV.^y,,'^; sly . ■ ■S^Q SewS ®pf |Ka|j|W JTIES * •• ' ' ' - 1 , « CUT FROM THE FAMO U CALCASIEÜ FORESTS .'/V Hf,< V"¡>, 'V5-5 v:;rV ■'■ '<?£ ' ■ .. ■,!< by ARTHUR L. FOR ■MB, ^ -r ——. •?; >imension, Boards or Fencing, Send dries and Orders to 2 j ' ctm -s !$Éi \ ¿.' ¿rAfr ■ V!i% ■/;, . ii MILLER-LINK LUMBER CO. ORANGE, TEXAS A: Wm i IB r,' I 'fcir fl — niipiimipiiii iftmws ; ; •' • ► ¿ft- • .0 %&;.- ;¿;::«■'■■. \£t I ' mm V imittee Will verify'the correct .those'who have been ^ollc Hp X •, ¿v., ' Th^^Gottepi Ót^'hvaptfy- ' K~ ;. ■* ■ -;l|p-'' ■ ^.Si®i .T.' !<t'H * . , When you want it Quick - ■ : Órdcrs *m ■ *. i? . Send Us the Order UMBER COMPANY K i — pjiS^'v •' ' A. W. MILLER, Í¡V ■ Prtfldinl c; I. VIDOR, Iic.-TMH. 'i •■'■•■' ■ C. L. HANNAH. , Gtncr«l M«n«|cr Orange Saw Mill Co. MANÜFACTURERS OF Yellow fine Lu...

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

itSi •& . MtendMflS The Lurid Glow of Doom. Was seen in the red face, hands body of the little spn óf H. M. the Air no lIKe thieves ^NJ^oay oí iuc muc ay i u« ix. ai. c dropping1 hundreds Henrietta, Pa. His awful ' PLANS TO BE _j high up 10 the sky themselves, circle once then come St the owl i a thunderbolt." i from the unuiual and intere ting twy rmg hawk., which but or* "f the many lly .'illustrated .article which appear • schiuuc of ' ^ ,a RECREATION Thi. number i. die fort of rrttfea of double ,her at the regular price, and ii «be moat su- 0 inue of an outdoor magazine eT* publiibed. ¡"Contains magnificent full-paf plate* worthy ol ¡, ^produced from pISBtogrspbi of drilling _ t* in outdoor recreation. Nowhere el* will you find such helpful, ins article* illustrated exduMrely by the photographer : RECREATION 1 the fact that the men who writ "Been, The " and can «tut r outdoor campaign. i wv ww« i Want you to bee I and a)liU THE ft ARCH jrht from eczema had, for five fied all...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 12 March 1909

" SgMf w',r ww HOTEL MOND fjffiiifi BTH ANO H. 8T8. .. WASHINGTON, D. C. 1000 rooms, 50 Private l Pisa; $3.00 per day, $1.00 additional. Cu per day, «¿wards; addltioaal 1 "y, " ^ "~^ZÍ CITATION BY PUBLICATION day of Fe numbered on No. 3014>, whi ruth la pla A klfh-clMt hotel, modeled, refuml l line. Union on Ml LEWIS, Proprietor The State of Texas, to the Sheriff or any Constable of Orange County —Greeting: ] p Óath having been made as required By law/yob are hereby commanded to j summon Thos. O. Carruth, by mak- ing, publication of this Citation once « eelt ior ejghtf successive ous to the return day fcere- r newspaper published in , if there be a newspaper erein. but . if not, thén in r published in the First ¡strict; but if there be no iblished in said Judicial in a newspaper, publish- pistrict to laid First to appear at the next of the District Court of ty, to be holden at the of, in Orange, on the A. D. 1909,' the day of May, A. D. to aijswer a pe- Court on the 6th fWMWT : H...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 12 March 1909

WMñ he orange . * y^nreR PRINTING COMPANY Proprietors * xli B= 'A. L. Ford .Manager i T penitenttfry for the shooting or wounding, in event the accused wiU be sentenced to pay pf $b00 and costs, or, in default of paying s, or attempts to wound another person, i sentence-will be $500 and costs, or, in default paying t>e fine an4 costs, imprisonment in jail for 60 4ays." an Enthusiastic ¿ TJiat deep water n^ass meeting- jftst nigt tüe Holland hotel wal an enthusiastic-outp inir (if the representative business men of Or- ange, each and every one ofwhom was bubbling over with enthusiasm for tlie deep water pro jggjb Every one of, the jpehty-five presetit last t expressed himsdff as being in favor of the I issue: / other meetmfc has been called, to be held one week frony^oday, at the court house and every oitizemof town and county is urged to t in order that the proposition may be sed and explained in all its details e tremendous benefits to be derived ring deep water are compared wit...

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

UPER MEETINC Favor of vCreating Navigation District Saturday's Daily. most enthusiastic meeting of Huft The Daily News observes that .papers are tooV agitating against H* government maintaining it? attitude of competition with the local* printer* Articles are being reproduced in the usinpKR m n i t 7 Articles are being reproduced in the us,nos men and manufacturers varJou8 tfadc pu5Ijcation8__the West- -for that has been held in month was that held at otel Jast night, in an assemblage manufacturing- arid estC Of. the county purpose of discu of voting bonds of a section of th and creating ma1 of Orange county. Of the business "ei thé city, there were five representatives one in.* plan of creating a na' 'ting bonds to the the; deepest twenty-five feet, „V;wáter for Orange. . , , , .. .• ^ ,--r—.- - The meeting ... cSllé4 to order few ha™ >> ***- Dr. S. W. ShoUrs and, upon un,n" ■"««« ■•- vote, Mr. W. H. Stark Was-dect- s© blisher, Inland Printer, Atixil- rican Press and numerous...

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

Kh h,: mm BsfC m if? PERSONAL MENTION. r— Trom Monday's Daily. —Ed.McGinnis was a yesterday vis- itor in Lake Charles. —E S Robinson of Waco was i-"' .transacting business Saturday ««.Or- ange. —Ñ. J. Findley is among the recent business arrivals in Orange, coining in from New Orleans. . —Chas. F. Taylor, representing a well known hide firm of Houston, is a business visitor in Orange —District Attorney E. A. Cheathi , has returned from a business tri^ to Newtori. - —J. P. Slattery of, Lake . Charles, La., waá among the businefi visitors Saturday Jn Orange. —Will McCormick, ■£ well known young man of; Lake/Charles, was a visitor in Orange jtfpturday evening! —Mr. and Mrs/ Frank Eagles have returned from JBéaumont, where they have been eddying a short visit. —.Attorney W. O. Hugginsjkft yes- terday for, N^fton, where he goes to attend thfc'"district court. ; Me^gd) Imes N. Roos and H, beat* uchner of Beaumont were Saturday visitors in Orange, guests of Mrs. Joe Miller. Mrs: Will Fount...

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

... ' KIND • E ¡ "hkmSS ■ > n <— i* W fcMt YI Toombs WISE edérick R. Nove WISE The old CHAPTER IX. ' ¿HP POUT1CA1 OR combination of the an ana Haines ranch favor a MMfers that are-at 1 Pea body peremp tnatlon from allowed "his his secretary a reporter ve: put we knew going on, Mir jrshpl the political mill, let him take op can control, fe workings who wOI take _ teaching your fallo too much for oar reply, to effect. íes would com If Judl< by the young refoi he la hi would we took a, hand to him. haya bin him in tome way. can make Langdon b retary is dishonest" Norton waa waa dismayed at the firm Of Langdon Randolph, too, and humilla! suffered at ore bitter aa the bis father moat effective the person he luspect, one #T mired, one wl come to cherish. all her own fa ion had enlisted quite overwhelming (owing fjLmi-inl mnaaliln U__\ fervent worsnip or ner) the secretary. Perhapa the my of which shtf had become a Washington had something to the cfavlng to become a leader ting wo...

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

í}í; . :Mh: M A;-: < y ,t CK-BAKINGPOWD GO.. ©frange H nr g Cfi T is®2 •if.'-' G ROGER I MYo. Co., Richmond, Va. MANAGER ORTMEYER OF THE COMMERCIALS WANTS ST LOUIS BROWNS HERE ^jpbsotiit Rendéis the | food more wholesome perior in Kghtnes?-and «r To Play an Exhibition Game With the Orange* Commercials.at Early Date, and Correspondence. is. Now Under Way—Encouragement From B/owns R?f • '•■¡«milt ad Sales Th$ only bakin made Royal Grape of Tartar, SD TODAY THAT 1 L,D MEET.THE NEGRO ÍHAMPION JOHNSON íodify and VÉR£¿ ' SUBSTANTIAL RESI- DENCES ARE NOW BE- ING ERECTED . | ~ . Five or Si* Years Ago There Was But One Dwelling in Bruner, Now There Ar^ More Than Twenty. Many,Improvements Are Now Un- der Wf y..r<; ' « ^ Í ■ The Decision of Justice 'Gould En-' joining American Fedwtatioh of* La- bor and Others' From PubUsktafr Name of Buck Stove Company on Their Unfair List. > ¡1! „ j.;; •:;>>!< .-r p roía ¿Tuesday's ..¿¡1 m, * Hearst News Service. ... New York, March 11.—Jim...

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

f ^ v.. 10 ■hmmi 2iuhsh■mm MSSÜKt wmmaammumamm „.nM. LY, MARCH 1® 1909 ■m At ... . , ' . .-v ':U '•' ' ): .¡Í' 'ill i $$Í|KI FAMOU __ FQRESTs ' ; .'•< l^v'' ■ !y\r. " ' j1 v!'ííti Í % ■ ., :• c-!'l fef ' ;S1 Í«Í* ES ■a .. • * ':"r:-' %Um! ■ ' ..f>í« '"• ' • 4. • V '.' *' - 4 ; '• • > . . !-> _« ■ ';i: :V;-- 'r' ' ; r * ' ' "■ ■< ■ .i' "■ t Vi'iAVi *j ^ «'•ft. , ■t-v&L MMl. M ;> "tr ! , WMi% ym BtePasai j^ílpt' -íiá'f'í IF YOU NEED ion. Boards or Fencing, Send Your .'jtóS' ftíwwP V 1 !■!!,!, I n ■■ WmW*1 'wraftSflSKZMs. ;wffl%y. ííwSI^Bsw' ' .'it''-" BY ARTHUR I TOID .. • • ;its? ' n ■wp© While Orange is ope ,ol the largest lumber man\jfacturlng poi yellow pine district, Houston, by reason of the large number concerns which bave headquarters there, istthe largest distributing i perhaps, in the entire yellow pine belt, and for this reason, market coming from that point should, supposedly, correctly record the cdW of the lumber trade generally. This bcitlg true, t...

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