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

He Reduce Number of lis Dally Cfgar . Tuesday's Daily. Mtdon, March 16.-Tbe kings v«Jth is one of the chief topics at be clubs. His physicians Have recorn- ended him to « reduce the number of bis daily cigars. ' One ídifficultj' is Jiat he does not sleep well..-If half bis Majesty's subjects were as poorly •s he is,* what a face they would ygjaltc. The reason ^y* after, all, he is going to Biarritz and not to Bright on is that the former, being further away, gives him a greater means of «scape frbm business. Although nó official intimation been made, it is understood that,the king and queen will visit Malt^dur ing April. It is expected ttyft their majesties will first visit MftfWna and Reggio, and afterwards godon to Mai ta" for four days' stay. risk taking remedy- when Tar costs. them safe remedy, con- drugs, and cures the coughs and colds'. ient with your Health? "having the genuine Pol- and Tar. For sale by Gate ig Store. How can any ome unknown Foley's Honey no more? It fáins no...

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

-rr-iw SHALL EAST TEXAS R. R. STOCKHOLDERS TO MEET FIFTEENTH OF MAY Road as C« BUILDING own of ?rom Wednesday's | The 4lir. íast Texas railway . meeting of the stockholders for 5 at Marshall to consider the advisa- ofi doubling? ' 6ft which has already been stárt rr m Pf,Jt -mile has al- Aftppt V f! future of this 'ii iterest to tiie peopl^ óf of the' plans of lent to extend it to 1 Jrith ¿he Orange MÍ lewton. Work on ail jy Ktensiot#ii6ut)póf' fe ext sixty days. At a meeting of oard o'f directora last week it I pl|^:cto| MM, w,.. 1 ) provide for this extension but this ■¡nffi ÉHon wíH; stockholders before it becomes legal. The extension will bring the -road ¡trough Harrison, Panola, Shelby, Sa- jine and Newton counties and wi ssibly result in Hemphill, coun long railwa; iMKpMPfiil and is many miles away from The citizens have been making jktic efforts to havoe i fh there and it the extension of the Marshall ft Texas will be built through that en route to Newton. connecting with the...

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

:D'S HEALTH He Reduce Number of is Daily Cigars. Ü Tuesday's Daily. jndon, March 16.—The king's 'Is one of the chief topics at it clubs. His physicians hare récom- snded liim to reduce the number of ' fcia daily cigars. One difficulty is that he does not sleep well. If,half bis Majesty's subjects were as poorly •s he is, what a face they would tnake. -«The reason vftiy.after all, he ¡a going to,Biarritz and nbt to Bright- on is thlat the former, being further awáy, gives him a greater means of «scape from business. . ^ Although ño official intimation Been made,'it is understood that, the king and queen will' visit Maltqf* dur- ing April. It is expected th¿í th< majesties will first visit M Reggio, and afterwards gQdbn ta for Hour days' stay. A Million Feet Bought Fro Bel Company Is BOND ISSUE From Monday's Daily. H. M. Nidiolls, for the ¿Long-Be with' headquarters came in last teau, La., whe for 1,000,000, gest contr, ing th^t TJ used d-i Fire Hundred Signatures Has Been Turned i...

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

PR ■¡M} ICHMOND ■pmfU AN o njpppa washington, d. c. rs^t, 50 Private Baths, American $3.00 per day, upwards with bath $1.00 additional. Ewapeaa Plan, day, upwards; with baths $ < ■ addltlnnal P%íí::-V:Í: WmsM GffiKS! " or fcny Constable of Orange County ¿1® A Ilfh-CIM. Ial.1, I e«. Two block! to Wh¡ 1 Balldingi. OppotUc Suamr'StMoa Wiy lde Inn tad Cottle -ní.WjSSVÍÉ., fcndl« OLIPFOHÚ M( LEWIS. Pno "I1!1! . " ""!)' 1 fj'" " i,-.'' f NEW O RLRANS ' THI? ORUNEWALD LAROEST, NEW IN THE wn Oath having been made as required by law, you are hereby commanded to suniirfon Thoa. O. CárrutW by mak- ing publication of this Citation Once eck for eight successive to the return day bere- ¡wspaper published in f tiijere b«-fe-newspaper ein. but "if not, then in Ushed in the Jir t ; but if there be no published in said- judicial in a,newspaper pnblish- éat District to said First Judicial District, to appear at the next regular. tArm of the District Court of Grange county, to be holden at the ourt ...

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

SARD'S HEALTH LARGE L He Reduce Number of Daily Cigars. Tuesday's Daily. ndon, March 16.—The kings tji is one .of the chief topics at ie clubs. 'His physicians have recom- ended him tp reduce the number of v djs daily, cigars. '■One •difficulty is that he does not sleep well. If half bis Majesty's subjects were as poorly he is, what a face; they ' would «nake. The reason vfliy, after all, he is going to Biarritz and not to Bright- on is that the former, being further •way, gives him a Sweater means of escape from business. Although no official intimation been made, it is understood that,<the king and, queen will visit Malta*" dur-, ing April. It-is expected th|t th< majesties will first visit Messina, Reggio, and afterwards gg£>n tr ta for^four days' stay A Million Feet Bought Froi Bel Company ism From Monday's Daily. H. M. Nichólls, sQuth for the I Long-Belt ¡L with' headquartprs^r came in la«t eytmnp- teau, La., whear b' *r for 1,000,00Q gest contrM iuy-y ■ ing matjiri/ -...

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

• i -.."A ickw ■L fVutomobilesl fe \ Aai the Bol CMlHt and Implement Houm lo S E. Tex. What We Have Biifffftes, • ; iffff,|f l^l> Studebaker Wagons, Gang Plows, ■ Surries, Saddlery, Binders Maxwell Automobiles to tlx Ladies' Civic be planted in letter acknoi ceived by-, 1MB OTr .r.iwi chairman of the park committee of the Club, aa follows: Orange. Tex, Mar. 15/ 1S09C r. P. B. Carry, Sr., . Orange, Texas. the name of the Orange Civic Club, I wish to thank you for the •feed of _ the <. Evergreen Cyp(uirud Saba I Palmetto Palm, which you,w> seni ,ns. We will give thefn ISiisSI mm* t§ • • Y il ii.Hily !i'rtinii'i,i|,i .mi i i i brought a good price, as butcher are acarce Lemáire departed Tuesday for sburg arid Johnson's Báyou, ta., re he will spend a week looking Ma, catite interests at those is he*. Past taught the fanners experiences na season. M and land, ail] in earnest/Tip ipthis n. Live S MM ^ É'é^É ■ ■ if me crees im rd "dt-'ÍPf Process d and tested b nderwriteri, labor-...

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

P't .4- ,At Vday's Daily. E. Guthrie of Houston is tran- business in' Orange. ícssrs. Geo. B- and A. W. Stead, •.Waterlqo, Iowa, are visitors in Or- ¿e on a prospecting trip. * —.John M. Doescher of Lake Charles, Lp, wa's a last night business arrival krOrangp. - • • ' % < >s •■■'•mm ' , —Peter Nelson-pf Houston is look- . ing after business mattors today in H Orange. ' <JK;; >. -f —S. King, of "Beaumont, is among " the afternoon business Visitors in Or- / .. ange. . ... ;>> '■"> ' ■ —Mrs. Victoria Embree of Atlanta, Texás," is a visitor in .Orange, a guest Master Kenneth, lejSf Saturday \m\ Jr., and son, for Remligi where the/ go to spend sev- eral weeks with Mrs. Foreman's sis- ter,-Mrs, W." A. Campbell. —E. G. Goodellv general manager of - - the Yellow Pine Paper MjU company, of her daughter, Mrsr A- L. Oder, on has returne dfrom a business trip tjo Main stret- . New Orleans, Little Rock and Pine —Mrs. C. Conroy Miller of B,eau- Bluff,' mohtj it'a recent arri...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 19 March 1909

Ulllillll1! f'l'l"! IJililiiilil MP Hi! hat the highi iy maintain* rers of "GOOfc iwder is appr r, the retailer * "enced by the train* mm from Ric *e«e large°ar Y%s$g? The above carload id received by The "ftlrho are ja' * ' ' lent judgm le. In ever (tings are caret ir; The selling p Bul I '" .)!■ mmrnmmm sis: article will ri. They ace that to meet emand* made era. • atisfaction lor at she is using ever made ~ ~ She jltnd she SIC' fills its uniform empting Ught- inds of bread jr its absolute ely guaranteed íiiüiiHmmiüiüi'i !-V'.r -Á I' xs lysiologlsts have :■is-','.' TBpfe''' dorsed it. It is packed only in'the moisture-proof Tinfoil News Board Can, which keeps the powder as it is made—fresh, strong and dry. The Orange Grocery company finds that it takes but a little time to sei load of "GOOD LUCK. The Orange Grocery company of- fers the best the markets afford; and in their long and successful career its efficient officers have followed the policy of furnishing high-grade goods at ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 19 March 1909

. commissioners' court to tr1 quarterly report of County lMiiances « the Hands of H. H. Russell, Treasurer • County, Texas. Commissioners' Court Oránge County, Regular Quarterly Session, February Term, 1909. °THÉ UNPERS1GNED, as County Commissioners within and Orange Coqnty. and the Hon. O. R. Sholars, County Judge of said E County, Constituting the entire Commissioners Court oí said runty, and each one of us, do hereby certify that on this, the l2th day of ■Pehruirv A D. 1909, á * a regular quarterly term , of our said Cou«, we ¡be W«r,«rly «port of H. H. Rus.ell, W urer of Orange County,ytexas, for the quarter beginning on the Hi a, A D, I9Q—, arid ending on the-^ day of 590—., and finding tlie s^mP correct have caused an-order to be ..f iL „ P..., pAiirt nf Hrn tiorn PrtHfltVi ered- the minutes of the Commissioners' Court of Orange Count^ptating the approval of said Treasurer's Report by our said Court, whicl^td order >r and d\irifig í 1 recites separately the amount received ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 19 March 1909

if | ^ S i *^S| 3 ÓMA5 Novelized ^ Toomb. Ml or M ■toil be ex plat ■¡Haloes) of tbe doul Mia hubdred flushed ■Hrbl hair. :** tugged ajt his white ■fla h||r™* y* latchkey, thing aome . , . Inpr, role tliat wotrtd crush J?líí? . Ü?™.3?,* of this j üng optlmtHt aa firmer ■Rm 4ltacopla I guess Al ' went on the s what a big fool young fel- _ "W ii tell yon, Mr. leads all get wwe to band wngon that ha might bo able Information out of mbcimí s® Id, cnarges you're tell you confidentially, or me. that It Is to do something for suppose s own cnoice and the a naval base." unfortunately nothing' to say about "thcwf nrt making, owing to yet tool •poke be ahu&h ^The colonel held out his hand, smü- the secretary, "who was fit only to be Aged and *Say, they ain't a can apeak th that at lastk* over; that the tain that It Aren't be too lata to gat to beads Is al- Senator Langdon?* u-hum mm mmM); don' getB cheap skataa If you'll get th' Gulf City an «?•• m LITHE or A WOMAW*S &OV ABOUNA had com...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 19 March 1909

YAL BAKING POWDER. Hie finest, most tasteful and wholesome oiséuit take and pas- , try are made with Royal Baltf. ing Powder, and not othc Royal is the oér Baking Pi Royal 3m m BIG KN0GÍ AT ORANGE RIVER PILOTS REFUSED THE RIGHT TO BRING VES- SELS TO ORANGE the bar pilot commission to provide lilotage for any vessel destined to ijr accessible port, regardless of the iratier of fhe waterway, to these Wíi t&mtío solve the problem to Bjpr Pilotage Refused to Bring Veséel Chartered to Orange. Through .to •This fjor*. Allfging Pttot. Commia- Vsion Hadn't Jurisdiction. Prom Thursd^VDaiiy. , One of the mijkt important of the many undertakings of the Chamber of . Commerce at present is "the ques- tion of plotage to the ports .of Beau- mont and Orange; and . while it has riot as yet been made public, it is cñrident that there is discrimination i^ evidence against the ports of Beau- mont-and Orange on .the part of the bar pilotage commission, at .jSabine. port and alleging that the bar -pi...

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

-■• ' • . GE, TEXAS, Y, MARCH 26, It ':;4% <. v ^' msm i, . ,1.,,,,,, ^-7 oore lili ■ ip j 1H -w- cut from the famou calcasieu forests VOLUME 19 ¿ éés asieu . • Orange, Texas IF YOU NEED n, Boards or Fencing, Send Your Inquiries and Orders to * ' ■ ■ 1 ■ ; " • ZK-LINK LUJTBTL'R CO orange "v. 'A: ■ • ■ 1 if . ■ _ ■ -*■* :■ t If* / - and rtment of and Solicit cs and Orders • - •• :■ A. W. MILLER rretKint iMia ■SW'fcpBi 1 PM1 , _1_ ■ ■■ ■ ■ ■ . = M&, BY ARTHUR I. fORD liSf® ' ,! i"' . ■ mmmm IvM -mm. of Band Sawn Long Leaf Yellow Pink ''v4HHÉÉÍHlfllMBÍHMltaÉÍHÍlHMtaBMMÍMMMÍÍÍ Timber Gotten Oat Promptly When you want it Qubk " ""T -*• ' Send Us the Order ' Apropos of the new tariff bill now before congress, in„'i men are so de£ply interested, the following special to the Átl . tution from its'Washington correspondent will be of intere Washington, Varch 21.—The democrats who have been ing tlie tariff bill.-.reported to the house this week, are .constant new "jolters" in that measu...

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

mT'- R ODIOUS FRUIT. Ci^op of Lemon# Is Reported From Sic.ily, Néw York, March 22—Private ca- ttle advices from Sicily shipping, points state that o*ing to unusually cold and wet weather the crop of lemons • has been greatly injured. The amount of damage done has. not yet heen de- ' termined accurately, but It-is said to be between 10 and 25 per cent. That there are no, offerings ^for immediate Shipment from Palermo*is held,to confirm the most adverse reports as to crop conditions. There is said to be «' considerable inquiry for' laf«r. March and all of April shipment, with no offerings. Shippers On the other side seem -to be, unwilling to máke quotations in view óf the crop dam- age and the Uncertainty as to re- sults. treasurer of th? new company, has been identified with the store a num- ber of years and it is through his knowledge of the markets* and keen perception of bargains that the com- pany has handled its business in such a splendid manner. , The above establishment, unde...

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

tf/f : a . m MONO BTH AND H. 8T8. WASHINGTON, O. C. ¡I?00 50 friv*te Batfcl'Kmrtcm Plw; 13.00 per lay, upwards wltt batl $1.00 «Mltloaal. Europeas Plan. $1.50 ll*r lay, upwards; wltbbatln $1.50 aMtloaal IlM. Union Station ~ smjstti 9nmmrnr Bmmmom W«?>Ut Inn I tothe AStfom ndnutci OLIFFORD M " mm NEW ORLE «UUBiHiW THE ORUNBW RdfesT, NEWEST, ■•tMjW, Oiwpnu, t Nltk Utkt *B.SO a ad Vkwardt n m&m The State of Texas, to the Sheriff or any Constable of Orange County —Greeting: Oath having been made aa required by law, you are hereby-commanded to summon Thos. O. Carruth, by mak ing publication of this Citation once in each, week for qight #ucces|ive' weeks previous to the return day here- some newspaper published in if there be a newspaper .ft, but if not, then in published W the First no ed in said Judicial " pubiish- to said First to appear .at the next the District Court of ' holden pt' the in Orange, on the A. D. 1909, the of Máy, A. D. to answer a pe- Court on the 6th D. 1909, i...

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

.í-'í ■■'.! rag ANGE LEA! )EB PEINTING COM! Proprietors Sf^íVí -litv -jjrtfi Ford . ........ .Manager and The News tenders its cojo^atulptions'to' the rañge-Leaderon the exceptional perspicacity that paper in tliusearly probing through Port rthur's mask of friendship and finding the- diabolical, "the hellishly diabolical and Machia^ vellia'n plot which this city is planning to put ipto execution against the rástic ^content and prosperity of the town on the rivet. Of course, it was a mighty devilish and foxy scheme, willing to admit without knowing a I about it, except what Ford tells us. Port " according to the Leader, is going to emissaries" (ha, did you get-that—emi -7-to "invade Orange county to work a| deep water bond issue." That is to; I Arthur was going to do all this. But the hidjus villyun has been unmas" shaw the Detective, we'll have to saries (you, heard us the first 'time—r"emis- ries") at home and let Orange county attend its own defeating, as it did when an effo 3 mad...

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

?T?'Fi1 IVf flu «a¡& 4 ¿i k- ¡¿v" ■$ *3^ M&S . • Jtt&bááfr MÉ;x¡m^(ú...O - :.*/"■'•■ ■ H " •!•' -t1 Mvyi H Twelfth Sts. )H8. 4 ATTACKED BY A COW Seven Y tit < i Mr W C fore flepp,;** nge county, irmon, a fo, Ummámam roW stcrday the rs. Stark AMey, Ei La tory and |ppr0 esidential lariwij ■ ' nStn i tra Iter Ufa c nec o fast horns With, t believed th been kifle d by the and the frig le.jwa rend< ah^ottr,'* and ht that her life,was r- -t-M "I e was secured as V-yv. ARNOLD .V' •£••• / .Hi President of T< I I taries romu If you will a. ress yre will i . ie o$4j|i>thetf a certain, pleasant h< "en's ills. It is a ref never-failing. If ; the back,; Urinary,#] trouble, use this p! aromatic herbs,* roots and Í Druggists sell it, 50 The Mother Gray BOATM - To Discuss Rules and Canal Uee.v From Wednesday's Plans are now under meeting of the rivermen i of the Sabine river, to Orange the latter part óf probably Friday or Saturday/ for purpose of discussing the ri regula...

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

. jpamoH. Daily. Naylor of Beaumont is g business today in Orange. H. Mitchell of Houston is _ business in Orange today, a last night arrival, Paul J. Barbe, a prominent young man of Lake Charles, I4, was ah overnight business visitor in; Orange., —Louis Rubenstein returned last night" from Beaumont, where he had been on a- ,brief business mission. —J.« L. Allen of Galveston, was among the .business arrivals ih JJk ange yesterday evening. —J. M. Dullahan, auditor qf the Lutcher & Moore Lumber company, left last night for Fields, lia., where he goes on business for the Company. —B. F. Brown, general manager of the Sabine Supply company, returned home last night from a brief business trip, to points, west. —Messrs. M. F. Fitzgerald and W. J. Anderson of New Orleans, La., were among the last night business . arrivals in Orange. • —Prof. D. J. Kaesmann of the Lake Charles, La., city ischoola, was an afternoon arrival in Orange, ¡com- ing oyer to ¡visit friends. —Alderman Julius Mill...

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

f -*yrti'i"r Jsfeí i..í Í^Í2vJ^'':í~. X' •'■■■• vi' •*^^^'^MH^HÍcÍÍ^hÍ itKjaiflMMi "■•wag&..v.^-...v.>c.-..iÑMnnniiaM^^ ^¿¿aiaml ,-J ■ \¡«¡#1$# yf " '!•- , ' ¿-i--. í- .... ImB mmmm wm ll%Wd PsS? áá/ .s Was Novelized iHH| R. Toombs CHAPTER XIV A DAUOHTKB BET ;f¿ ' . rATHKB. • tJD returned to don and Non room. New buoya courage, thrilled in wouIdih§|thIs ■ of bis life for thla prlie. «i .,« «. , was confident •]#, "I bare an engagement with " Holcomb, Senator Holcomb'a •be said, "so I taust hurry a I expect to be back-to see fai "I think IH just watt," Norton. "I. have to see the senatoj as possible, apd he to ¡«fill exclaimed i!c turn from that ways and means com- mlttee meeting pretty soon.'1 Wh*n pirolln* * feeling of coi two. "The senator'* -pretty l days wltb hly naval base m -Ing up, isn't he?" - *Yéa; keeprhlm pretty Ing delegations from Gulf City and patting the back/ laid Halneá from Gulf City In this morning wltb eome pretty strong argumenta." The secretary watcbed N...

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

83 Ki;* - pAMNO Jiktvliilely Ture The Only Baking Powder made from Cream of Tartar from Grape — , A Guarantee of Pure, Healthful, Delicious Food m I states of Iowa and "South Dakota. Mr. Slagle stated that conditions in Iowa were highly satisfactory and that the lumbef business was reviving rapidly. He anticipates constantly increasing consumption and be-. lieves that Southern lumber manufacturers will find a ready market for their products. £f - The visitors were entertained with a dinner last night at the residence of A. W. Miller. The guests of the evening were Messrs. Berry hill, Slaftle. Henrichs, T. J. Groce, M.' E. Kleberg, Ma<jo Stewart, L. L. Kennedy, A. A. Van Álstyne and Dr. William Gammon.—Ga^eston tfews, / i / Birmingham,'Alá., March 22.—-A special from Hattiesburg says .south Mississippi^timber lands and sawmill property valued at more thiin one million d¿tt#r,s "will change hands within the next week or ten days. The imm«nse holdings of the Camp ,& Hinton compa...

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

, 1 ?mm L •' A*JBMHr f*^liÍÉÉÉ|l.i , 'L. 7W®Í> w. «K VÍ' 'K Vi,, 11.i >,,. : • «t;- ;- ;— VOLUME 19 8, FRIDAY, APRIL 2, 1900 SBSQú úh The - .vMimh.i Bf. O® BY ARTHUR L. J \ NMftU .. | ■ «¡SI • MANUFACTURER • i •• .' OF ' ; f' . ■ '■■y':" '' SHIPMENTS I "G000 GRADES ,M ti CUT f ROM THE FAMQU CALCASIEU FORESTS m If* v.- ; K- w . I BEST FACILITIES v''¿ISll •' ft*í • 1 mam ' Orange, Texas >3 9 •&''.-:\y- 3I: m i AÜt- L'vr-- 1 -J \t11 1 1 fa.. ,4 '1 * ^ y,.' ■' ,'fa1!1 !■ .'1■" - ■ "" ■ ;■ . - "'i" —" — s ■, ■ " , -'i- if you need Dimension, Boards or Fencing, Send Your luiriesandOrders to .lili ORANGE, TEXAS I"1-".1- - >!. ■ ■ > ,■: mm .■ = ' I ■ ' W- ;lw MW0Í3 Tí ters of Band Sawn Long Leaf Yellow Pine and Export Timber Gotten Out Promptly ■ assortment of P7V9I f MS and Solicit güines and Orders When you want it Quick Send Us thé Order ■ i -4' GILMER L L , , , , 1 ' « 1, ■ ■ . ="== IMBERCOMPANY R L w E 1 , , 1 , E |^| TEXAS L :—'— '.j ■■■ .. ..a= R L0N 3 LEAF Yl EL L...

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