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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 16 April 1909

'S:$X' m ORANGE ¿IAr Ingradlcnts of Ay«*« Hair Vigor Glycerin. Soothing, healing, Food to the luUHbuOw. QuMn. A *troni took, wittecptic, .tlmuUnt He««n rW«rlil .Xtauitlng. quiet* Irritation of «cal Capfkum. Increate* activity of gUniU. . " Sate. Stimulant, tonic. Domestic remedy of high merit. Alcohol. Stimulant. antUeptk. Water. Perfume. I Show this formula to your"dottor. Ask him Ifthere is a single injurious Ingredient. I Arte Mm if he thinks Ayer's Hair Vigor, as made from this formula, is the best prepay I ration you could use for falling hair, or for dandruff. Let him decide. He knows. m PERSONAL MENTIOS. . From' Friday's Daily. —County Attorney E.'L. "Bruce was a Beaumont visitor yesterday; —Contractor Jesse Depwe reached home yesterday evening from New- ton, where he has been doing con- tract work. —Rev. A. G. Scruggs, pastor of the Woodville Methodist church, left this morning for his home, after speeding a day in Orange, a guest of the family of his daughter, Mrs. J, J. Lo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 16 April 1909

mm Novelized #8i iMk ml fr'y'ñv'tl I v'i '".j K 1'. 5- I®! A N Uw ■ ' .-j '■ ■ Sh T.'-r A. 1 CHAPTER XXIV. «pStB -,p •* 1 1 the African Uttle HM ¡§¡1 be carpenter l&ilfiil am ÜÜ liwHPHHH blossoms of the The bird la «cause It * DOSitS Of tee* the ;|ir like this m away: When Lán* til tn his committee rooffi uerore to the senate send him a tele- gram signed by B«fcme of . his frien's* name that one of his daughters Is '■i collision a That ud"- few miles out a-town. depos- dyln' from Injuries In a automobile the buds . and ileal forest. , ed the "honeyblrd" ire guide to the de- acy. the bird ..dis- ta task of pecking Its R. Tí ffié sa-nw -m *fflr trnm^tmar, where she would go to hear her fa- ther' speech. ii This speech had to be revised In some particulars by Bud, and the work he knew would take up much of hts The senator's speech was way through the hark to reach the honey, and so, wise In the ways of men, It procures help. It locates a nest of honey, then flies al^out untjl it áe...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 16 April 1909

< ^'Vi; tSPKw Thé-mdst highly refined and healthful of baking powders. Its instant use in almost every American household, its sales all over the world, attest its wonderful popularity and usefulness. B8w Remarks Which Were Hade on tal Prize. Listen! Our They Were Marvelous! Yes, that's* it. No oth- er words could define; the interest already manifested in our second capi- tal prize, the Christman Piano, wliich is valued at half a thousand dollars. Mr. W. L/ Pace of Beaumont, '¡Texas, who is one of the largest piano deal- ers in the state, stated that this, piano is one of the most up-to-date on the market today, and is a bargain at a half-thousand dollars. A remark of this kirid made by a man of the pianó knowledge that Mr. W L. Pace possesses is proof enough that the piano alone is worth the Very best efforts of the contestants. ,'Several of the contestants upon lewing this 'instrument exclaimed, 'My! it is by far better thin we Ex- pected." One contestant stated, "I am in a bi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 23 April 1909

' —=t= ■ Z-T i'1 . - . Í.-Í ■' $ ,C —. ; ; r- ■—~ ■ ■ • ''V*' JP ' - ' = IY, APRIL aa i 09 V>' - ■■,■>■■ 4 fiiViíaSüaS'íl#.;&M-; *3) ii® iWÜil 1 ... _ Jllll - ■ ■-.?--'i %S1 ®1PP! ■" wr>.' ¿¿v*? ®w s i"'"-' > • fv.'.v:'- isr Ifl9 KiP * ■' Í &i fir !i •; 1 - ;,-r l>\ 4,'j«|W ; ' ''PMI i-, V'- fACTURERS w£'V OF ; \T\- r*.3? SHIPMENTS GOOD GRADES BEST FACILITIES CUT FROM THE FAMOUS CALCASIEU FORESTS • . ■ . # :. I H&r Orange, Texas m - mm r ■ ~7 ry,",-t- v." • 1 1 '' "'-■ '•'; - ¿ " > m. '«¿'i ?i- BjBMBBSiiiBIIBfll S1!®.;ÍÁÍtS.i i#'i&Í5ÍM MagM! 'i '■ ' ' ' - i V IF YOU NEED ■ :v 1 ' ■ Hf' v •' " SSSEE mfm 11 '<®3 Vt'< }$■■ ■ ■ lífeáS Dimension, Boards of^Fencing, Send Yóur MS tM%w> .,vT ufi„ i.u ■' ===== M J? • •;'• v.'.' • v-; Inquiries and Orders to * J.i fsw-i; ' ■ v?i:, ■ ' :; N «¿íSíwBfe '•> .7 É | Nearly two years ago Senator Kittijedge, of Ncbrs. house of the National Legislature, .introduced a resolution c vestigotioh to be made by ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 23 April 1909

Has Them B. A. Stephens this Vised the Leader repre- at the tags for dogs had d he advised the dog own- ;he city, who cared for their to purchase one and pay the n the dog. arshal Stephens states that he is g after all, the worthless dogs 2q the city,.and those desiring-safety " r their canines should pay the dol- lar tax on it, and properly tag thfcm. Mr. L. H. Farnham, a prominent druggist of Spirit Lake, Iowa, says: "Chamberjain's Stomach and Liver Tablets are certainly the best thing on the market for. constipation." Give these tablets a trial. You are Certain to find them agreeable and pleasant in effect. Price 25 cents. Samples free. For sate by B. F. Hewsón. ARRESTED AT VIDOR mmm OPEN FOR BUSINESS Steam Bakery &t Hamlin ft Holland Opened Mondky The Hamlin & Holland, or the Or- ange Steam Bakery, opened its doors for business this morning, having dur- ing the night turned out one of the finest batches of several hundred IoaVes of bread that was ever made in Orange... ;...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 23 April 1909

«OH.STS. IINQTON, D. C. i 5 Mv«te Bath,. America* Ifcaths $1.50 . V A- v':! 9RHH MMM™ HitiiiHlMr ' ^ pjp ÉSlP I CU4 for • ! eomfort. I ■Hg del«4, refuroUh«4 throaf houi. Directly on c r U«l« «11100 20 minute . C.pUol 2 mino- i lo While Honte and Executire O^poalte Metropolitan Club. tamaurtoaMi July to Octobar I flr*tofa.; Sent lor booklet. OUFPORO M. LEWIS, PftOFSISVOR mm mm NEWOrttEANS THE ORUNEWALD LARdEST, NEWEST. BEST, TFCm i¥PIMIPMB ■ " .# it Rate* +1, Upward* WltH latlM •■.SO mm* V^wartli 18iap|ím' — , •.'aiM p'" KM J Sfhrl . ■ al Wff. ^ 1 ai mm lr" mm iñc -'ifearicM. |HÉ|j 'V . m'Í mr I'M * *1 irat,vi i hereby commanded to bos. G. Carruth, by mak- ing publication- of this Citation once in 'each week for eight successive weeks previous to the return day here- of, in some newspaper published in your county, if there be a newspaper published therein, but if. not, then in any'newspaper published in the First Judicial District; but if there be no newspaper, published in said Judi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 23 April 1909

ry Friday OW TO Printing Company, 'V.V.' y " 4 • • ' .""Í " Proprietors Manager and Editot Hi W^4±Í~!Ü ■ t!vM Can you expect any business Unless it is advertised ri WATERS PIERCE FINE MONEY. So much as may be needed of the p Woney cotfdcted from the Pierce Oil company aside at once for the accommodation of the insane who are now cáfcped in county jails. This, The' News be- lieves1, ■ is the-- best disposition t]hat could be nVa^e of it. By throwing it into the general' revenue fund it would be possible to reduce the tax rate this year, but that course tfould, with some justice, subject us to. the taunt of having taken "blood motley^' It would put us in the altitude of one who sdlves his honor with cash. The , people of Texas do not want to pros- titute their laws or the state's dignity. Notwithstanding accommodations for the insane were enlarged a few years ago, it seems, conditions are quite as bad mow as they Were then, if not worse. Perhaps half the county jails of this state hou...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 23 April 1909

mm nía prize the paa't. then be known who will be lie proud possessor J| the handsome " axwell automobile, the Christmap i, the three gold patches, and three 31-piece cliwber sets. K'r'V< ¿ft'$ ? J 1' 5# the I MiSS Mary Gates polled a large number of yOtes yesterday, and moved up nearer the top in District 1>o. Miss Zollie Bland is leading in Dis- trict One today by 225 votes. i Our Prises. very Short time, to be sure, bi ♦ headway can óe made and many der ' overcome by that time by wh9 set out with a determina- do succeed. list of con tAtan ts in the L?ad- test tomorrow will be decidedly íve, ais many thousands of are being polled today, which that many interesting changes lee place in the relative startd- the many popular people en- in the greatest campaign of the ev?r held in Southeast Texas. of People View Oar Auto, esterday was San Jacinto Day celebrated by one of the larg- LuluStephens' a PortwOod 15105 ..........14880 ..........1399Q ......'....13670 ri 4 ^rrjwMiP" . -1...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 23 April 1909

¡v., . (<) ' i'f.4 M HILL'* BUSINESS Sc or rhularat ? The Qreat Business University of ths South. _ js an immense difference between a tonic and a ilant. XJp one day, way back the néxt; that's a imulant. Steady progress day by day toward perfect ..¿alth; that's a tonic. Ayer's Sarsaparilla is a tonic, la strong tonic. The only Sarsaparilla entirely free from alcohól. Do not stimulate unless your doctor says so 1 He knows. Ask him. Do as he says. /. c.Afrr Co., UwellM.au, M constipation Is the one great cause of sick-headache, biliousness, Indli breath, debility, nervousness. . Has your doctor ever recommended Ayer' J ion, bad to you? PERSONAL MENTION. From Saturday's Dally. —E. Baren of Beaumont is tran sacting business "today in Orange. —H. L. Wilsey of Dallas is a bus- iness visitor today it) Orange.. . —Miss Vera Stark left this morn- ing for Newton, where* she is spend- ing the day with friends." —W. J. CarmOuche,* a prominent citizen of Crowley, La., was a last Evening busin...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 23 April 1909

■■■.l';''i: HSmIM rifer i «¡y? .i BIT 4 "fltenators Stevens had and Bud weát over the together and concluded Dnents had no means of Ionia program-that, ibody might really ha^ of surrender. •'might try foul play,. Bet- ht here in the capítol the > day." suggested Bud. d at the idea. . away to get a« few lunch to fortify himself on—one that was «o-" busier than he imagined. bell rang at the sena- It waa Mrs. Spangler'a oleé." ; ngdon," she wild, *!p5ar<>- _ Georgia aré here at my luncheon, #nd we all want I .. ; , V:. ' cannot accept," answered pplan. "but'I am to make ch this afternoon"- >w. The girls and I HHNgpl BtK you have time, ahd if you come we over to the^aenate together, huinor urfvá little. Don't girls and hie. We can 1 to the capitolio my car- . JIuM hesitated, then I'll be over, but it ong luncheon." to eat; back by 3 o'clock," Quickly on a pad on the I i desk and departed. Spangler'a lubcbeons W popular in Washington as on's dinners. The Mls- and his daoghtea...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 23 April 1909

mmsmi> ww¡: ¿V • pi-"'' IP lÉí A ivy Kw & . , - J'/.... .' ,. .' A , rl Thousands oí millions of cans of Royal Baking Powder have been used in making bread, biscuit and cake in this country, and every housekeeper using it has rested in perfect confi- dence that her food would be light, sweet, and perfectly wholesome. Royal is a safe- guard against thocheap alum powders which are the greatest menace tó health of the present day. Jlen'i powdeii$o oes. If you have tired, aching feet, in's Foot-Ease. It rests the et and makes new or tight shoes easy.' Cures aching, swollen, hot, sweating feet. Believes corns and bunions of all pain and gives rest and comfort. Try it todtjy. Sold by all druggists and shoe stores, 25c. Don't accept arty substitute. For free trial package, also free sample of the Foot-Ease Sanitary Corn . Pad, a thdr rice straw, and :&h has here- new invention, address Allfen S. Olm- .„r ,i_v new invention, address Allfen S- Olm sted, Le Roy, N. Y. / ROYAL 18 TI...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 30 April 1909

, ^ - ■ ■■ • & .-•* ■ 9m I MANUFACTURERS ■ . . ' OF ííííPS^'í'; .'(i'-'í'íí V. tsvvy 11 í .u# '- IUICK SHIPMENTS GOOD (5RADES M 'j |¿j¡ ♦ Éfc stóf &E2 =35S ■^sPsite^Wi' í-v:;:¿:: Í;í1S Speaking oí the present condition of the luirte J. W. Link, general máníger of the Miller-Link L "it reminded hini of the statement of an-English* number of years ago. He said that at the little town I at the time, the boys had just got into the habit of us I "out of'sight," in connection with nearly everything thi V this being useil't# describe anything superlatively j .'Englishman "direct from the old country came out tin time on a ranch and, of cour.sc, heard this expression "out Of S the time. Coming into town one dagr, the Englishman wjaa of the boys what sort of a horse fe had on the ranch, tc thusiastically replied, "Ah, you cahn't see him, you cahn't sc. .r. is with the lumber business today,-you can't see it. Manufacturers interviewed yesterday by the lumber reporter , conditions in t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 30 April 1909

Bond ing actively for the deep fir Orange county, iy wfceks have ex- iexpfcctecj that the matter passed the formaility stage, ctiort will have been cailrd, Over with. F. H. Farwell, assistant Jtal manager, of the Lutcher & ire Lumber company, and B. F. own, general manager of the Sa- lté Supply company,' were opt this ffnoon raising the balance of < the ire hundred dollars that has to be [eposited with the county judge to tarantee the expense of "the bond jpction.' |P Over half of that amount had been raised "at the time of the writing of this article and goed progress was being made by the committee. | Just as soon as the funds are se.- ired, which will probably be this tarnoon, Or -Monday, the petition ill be presented to County Judge !). R, Sholars, with the five hundred jjlilar? guarantee, asking for. him to Mil a meeting of the commissioners urj the purpose of having a hearing fn 'the proposed bond election, a for- naility whidi must be gone thrpugh ith before the electi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 30 April 1909

¡«¡¿¡y;1 mt pus1 ing E. C 9 on important V.ISAH iiw H DX ' The State oí Te xa , i stable of Ora IMiWppp : í 5,' M¡í sa ja? m: m . A hichxlui hotel! conducted (or your comfort. R. modeled, rclurniihed throughout. Directly on cur line. Union Station 20 minute . G*Hlol 2 minu- et.' Two block! to Whit* Ho«t« and Executive Building . Op$o«ite Metropolitan Club. Summer ••■•on Julyto Oetot>«r Wlfllde Inn and Cotugei. Like Luzeréñe, N.vYi- to the Adirondack!- - -Switzerland " of America.. 30 minute from Saratoga. Send fot booklet. OLIFFORD M. LEWI8, PHO*l«l«TO* 1 ' m; mm eré be but if ishe<¡ !W9 well known Houston is transacting bii NEW ORLEANS THE ORUNEWALD LARaeST, NEWEST, BEST, IN THE SOUTH Roa m Oett Over $9,000,000 OO* Nat* $t, Upward* With Bath #8.00 a act Upward* la ■Sffi % '"W T f. 5 ■f| I la M 1 1 Hi Hpi. "#r m üü H k OOIOmaJLMM i •viifNmqft i ir Buw.|| MRE? paper published in,th District; but if there be no ewspaper published in said J uncial District, then in a newspaper pu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 30 April 1909

mm m Manager and Editor MORNING AFTER. 'he "morning after" has dawned, day has waned, and ere this edi- an of the Leadv sjiall have reached Its readers, the major portion, of the ^l^sitors to Orange who have for the ffepast two days been attending the J; Eighth Anriual Convention of the fourth District, Texas Federated ; Wómen's Clubs, wijl have bidden- us ! adieu and returned to their various homes. " ' These two days have been pleásáñt I and eventful. ones ih the history of, Orange. I, This was a notable gathering of distinguished and "intelligent women |;bf Texas, and it has given, Orange f'great pleasure, indeed, to have had "nem as her guests. . The convention was an unqualified success in every way, from a bus- f iness and* from a-social standpoint. There was a creditable attendance, ' thirty-one clubs being.repfiesented by . regularly authorized delegates rite that number of visitors attend- ing from the various cities in the fourth District. It was the first experience of Or...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 30 April 1909

need it But the yoil Indigestión If neg- i In wWcí1!—I1 f ££ pBa JUT blood. And im- *SSBF* 'm " • Codol and prevent Nervous apsla. s ' 'Jf$ • ~#1 Will effectually assist Na- to; secure a. complete rostora- of good digestion. It does at once digesting all food Btomach and keeping It dl- untll the stomach la .rested " resume Its own work. Ko- ves the cause—and the ckly removes Itself. it Is recalled that Apo- leart Disease, Cancer-~*nd Jonsumptlon—are due to ' digestion and poisons thus ttted to the blood, and out the system—the impor- jf maintaining good diges- at once realized. " i ^7\ ' 7' ■" ,-^'¡vr-U' V^' We knew what Kodol would do beforelifer the first bottle i wft* sold. If we did not know just what It wlll do, we would not guarantee It tfte way we do. ; s It Ja easy for you to prove Kodol —the next (Or the first) tlmp you have an attack of Indigestion. A fid you will certainly be surprised* at the results. It is perfectly harm- less. There can be no harm in trying something t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 30 April 1909

zzzz - ;sible "to be _ible to be well, simply impossible, if the _ constipated. You. must pay attenttort to the „ natúíe, or suffer the consequences. Undigested _P, waste products, poisonous substances, must be rww-aoved from the body at least once each day, or there will be trouble.' A sluggish liver is responsible for an immense amount of suffering and serious disease. Ask y Our doctor about Ayer's Pills. He knows why they act directly on the liver. Trust him. ' /. c. AyerjC^iL^iLM^tl T T"— PERSONAL MENTION. Í O From Monday's Daily. —A. F. Lyorfs of the firm of Labit & Lyons, vas a morning business ar- rival in Orange. - —Miss*Vera Stark ¡is. spending the ■ afierrioon at Echo. —Harris Zéve, formerly of Orange, now located at Port Arthur, is spend- ing a day in Orange. —W, L. Ca^michael of Groesbeck is transacting business in Orange. —Thos. H. Howell of Central VaU ley, N. Y., is a business visitor'in Orange. . —L. P. Davis of Beaumont is among the business visitors in Or- ange...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 30 April 1909

i#^HRHRR| •"'•A clubs arc organized | intellectual cid* s not all. They are én- laudable undertak- Se uplift an4 education of of their sex who could not without such assistance. For in support of the English ■ ' • 'W s cheer the In future is strict of the heart of many |te wish of the iti «Ighth annual convention, it Or- ange, assembled. Our memory of this splendid . meeting with you will be that ; v; I . \ If- ps, this organization of no- "Every house was an fnp, where all Of the Fourth District _ their quot* of $2,000 to ¡deration fund to loan de- l-ambitious girl* who re- ís Scholarships but are not ¡1 themselves of the bepe- free scholarships. A sum 1 th^m which enables the to .complete the courser, ey have engaged in teach- employment, the loan is repaid to the fund, and is d to others, and so on. sss of the State Fed«ra- famanV. Clubs is worth all f the good women to main- jmote the organization. All greater success to them. i Evening" at Opera House house last night was ar- t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 30 April 1909

.«JÉT"5 wder of Tartar. ■ I*# ívíí; ' New Saltan Makes ATTACHES REMOVED ii 1 - scores of attaches of yil- diz kiosk a:re being removed JtA I IT IS NOW COMPLETE The Destruction of Adán it Now Completo—More Than 30,000 Men, Women and Children Perished. Several American Women Still Be- sieged. THE HAINS TRIAL ON GENERAL HAINS FIRST WIT- f NESS FOR HIS SON, CAP- TAIN HAINS After a Long Time the Written Con- . fcssion of Claudia Hains Was Ad* | mitted, Detailing Her delations 1. With Annis—Captain Hains Col- ; lapsed Completely. m Hearst News Service. Constantinople, April 29.—Tlje fir?£ evidence of reform in Turkey came today in the announcement from the new Sultan that he intends to reor- ganize the Turkish court, wljich will be remodeled on. Western European style and without the extravagant .luxury which has heretofore marked the oriental government. Scores of attaches of. the Yildiz Kiosk have already been removed and it is said , that the dismissals from the various goyernmeijt dep...

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

Wmm 19 IRiSiKSwliil ■ : _ =Sr mmmmm Wffi® JBMfei'- '■ i3# J*:" • r'$J Is BKB •' -* K sfss .Jfflf f:r fr' : «Nsfelaa | ||ggj|^¡y ,. jfefel «fei-'ííS '■!K<® MANUFACTURERS? IÜ ■ • . ; *: . ■ ■ ■ • '-••■: \ ...• ... QUICK SHIPMENTS *• GOOD GRADES? * k^best ma feSwM i ===£= L2i:-« ■ '.' IBl f % ¿,';';Vi,-!*¡fi '.-. ■S^SKÍS^.Í iiwWPPI* BY ARTHUR '¿ffwMfy CUT FROM THE FAMOUS CALCASIEU FORESTS m■• ' *. ' \>-;i ; •'"$£! liáf Orange, Texas .'' x • *■ ■■ i ■ " ■ . ■"•■■' " *V: ■ ■ , ..' ■' ¿í#- §-\ ■ viv , ' #j. . - • fsspwHi í jjj .,:: .,,ri WííMf' *}r'< 1'• Sh t!) Hill • 9|M -m* = II wm IF YOU NEED fill®! ' .... Dimension, Boards or Fencing, Send Your Inquiries and Orders to . KCfTOU- *., >, A ",*, T I y .TMÍ i" MiLLER-lINK LUMBER CO. i'.;: ORANGE, TEXAS w¡ .®giL I" 1 ' . 1 1 1 . ■■- ■v." 11 m • ■ •• ". j •" #$ HI Railroad and Export Timber Gotten Out Promptly - I assortment of rate ID ITEMS and Solicit When you want it Quick Send Us the Order „ For. several weeks past an «git^ti...

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