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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 21 May 1909

PM)'PK ,. ^ ilc? Ño! Does ft make the blood pure? strengthen the nerves? No! Is Ayefs a tonic? Yes! Does it make the blood pure? __ it strengthen the nervtó? Yes! Is it the only Ha entirely free from alcohol? Yes! Ask your about this non-alcoholic medicine. If he approves, )ur confidence will be ¿omplete. /. C. AyerCo., Lowell, Jflasá, _ i II boysl Dull «iris! ÍXulI men! TMnJomenT"Hm •ery often due to constipation! Yet th¿ cur* is so easy—Ayer's Pills. Ask your doctor. * " ■ •• ■ ■ ■ • I PERSONAL MENTION. From Monday's Daily. •—Mrs. R. Spkolsk'i' returned .day from a visit -to Beaumont.- ■—Í5d, McGinnis was a business vis- itor to Lake Charles today. —B.J. Hebert spent Sunday after- noori at Vinton, LaV, wjfrh friends. —Mr. and Mrs. Will Cooper and Miss Dora Cooger On Sunday visited Lake Charles" relatives. ' '* < \ —Mrs; G; V. Townsend returned today from Lake Charles, where, she visited her sister Sunday. —Messrs. Joe and Ernest Berwick left Saturday night for a pleasure trip t...

Publication Title: Orange Leader, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 21 May 1909

will onco RH :ly removes itsfei It If recalled that Apto- «art Disease, Cancer—ftpd Jonaurnption—are due to digestión and poisons thus "tted to the blood, and at the system—the impor- dlges- easy on will fcertalnly be surprised at- results. It 1b perfectly harm. , , ;• ? ' 1 H j can be no hár In 1 ng that may do you a _ JM of good—when it cOata yon very fe not in so if It doesn't áUií^lirU' 1« to Iba drncirUl Ac l as onr guirutw la ¡ IMP toriesof DeWm^MÍri: By ti Cltjr for Paving Oreen:'Avenue. $ '|¡1| Süi ne came in last big barge loaded Us for the city, to bfe used g Green Avenue, work of on for which has been going r several days. ' is one of the t*o barges of Is (700 yards) which will be used Green Avenue. * < CROWLEY BUDGET. , •'■«■i . ■ ■ ■ v* to m ^ Por Pastora May 17 to 21. itenced Second Time. May 18.—The Louisi- ce of the Southern Meth- . is holding its joint instl- •— pastors and Christian work- i this dty, having begun yester- , and will last until Friday night 21. AH...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 21 May 1909

The finest, most tasteful and •wholesome biscuit, cake and^pas- try are made with Royal Bak- ing Powder, and not otherwise. Royal is the only Baking Powder from Royal Grape of Tarter ¡ MBi ' PPHML 4jj$. Milch/-representing H. For exporter « New Orleans, -was m shipment^ of export material goi Robert Morgan, Jr.,.manager . CURE YOUR KIDNEYS \ • •. - uñ- Do -Not Endanger Your Life When an Orange Citizen Shows ■ ' ■ i You the Cure. Why will people continue to suffer the agonies of kidney complaint, back- ache, urinary disorders, lameness, headaches, languor, why allow them- * selves to become . chfonic invalids, when a certain cure is offered them? Doan's Kidney Pills is the remedy to use, because it gives to the kid- neys the help they need to perform thcif work. If you have any, even one, of the symptoms of kidney disuses, yourself now, before diabetes, dróp- sy or Bright's disease sets in. Read this Orange testimony: Mrs. W. R. Ferguson, 709 .Elin Ave., Orange, Texas, says: "For som...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 28 May 1909

í ' ÉíJÉ. &' í ífí ■;i:-'-xí ;'S 1 ¿31 ?M;<¿ ■''•."'¿•¡Vi,. * ■raSS BBS ¡¡¡nu í-:* !v. Mr ilH 5$IN ■ Me-: mm . ■ Am vi • v* -"-wat-1 • - -M itm¡3tr[r.,. |L *' 'i■'$ ®>í I >sii v ** I MANUFACTURERS £}| £J|§j[ T■ < ''.-1 Y f I .|¡>IXV. w -y 0*£tl*/8| l HR&RSwtt ■ MH1 1 i### c BBr SfefeftR ,$íMv «aiiüiMJL j _ QUICK SHIPMENTS ' i 1 I*"" ■*' 5-.GOOD/GRADEs;:/.w |~;Pl • BEST FACILITIES > Ml Bill MSffll i fflj ra V mmm iiBíi.iiili<i,tS iii>i| . •.■■J"..,. "i I !' ■■■ " tifi ' " ''' :i..,j:V''"r 1 8 ."■ -r :—— —T-— íSliíifíiliwlS Try some of our " Faultless" brand of Flooring, Ceiling, Siding jjtd Finish, ^very piece is exactly what its name implies—WlTH$i¡Jt A;EÁ%djr Service and every other detail regulated to the same high stan( Our dimension and boards fully sustain the splendid reputation th^y have created. Quotations Made on ReGuest, . ™ ■ K sr wm : - ■ ■ '•; •a ■ $■■■■'■■ ■> MILLER-LINK LUMBER COMPAQ fflSBff# v LSf 6 jjf: ■BHI ,«?<¥*: V ra jnpto#5...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 28 May 1909

■ 1! ; Em fa vwTrSS® ■■ iiil«rJ4Ew'i::. m-mM M:teÉÜ to a at HoHand Hotel mi WM 4 - . ,. - "f* 4* *fr 4* *1* *!• 4* ■ ■ v 4* THE PRIZE WINNERS ■„ 4. HE m First capital prize, Maxwell Runabout Automobile, Miss Vera ,ffr. Starks, with 287,705 votes.' , " |K 4* Second capital prize, a Christman Piano, Miss Maggie Mid- ' dleton, with 262,630 votes. . Di ... . ... ■■■■■■■■I watch, 'Mrs. Geo. W. Winter, with 2¿5,690 184,- m m m m m ml m US m R + 4 ■ + m * ■■■MHRRIRIRIH * • —1-.w-- -f -T- —1- aL ^Sg| ftXa *9^ oXa aS* ! *1* f "J* *j7 f "p "J* T> Tr V V V é "A" ~é~ "é" ~k~ Tr Ti T T T District No. 1. . First prize, gold watch/ Mr ,, votes. " Second prize, 31 pieée dinner set, Miss Zoliie Bland, 400 votes. . District No. 2. . ^ , First prize, gold watch, Chas. E. Keppler, with 191,225 votes. Second pjtfce, 31 piece' dinner set, Miss Lola Ellis, with'119,-. 825 vptes. . ,r District No. 3. First pfize, gold,watch, Miss Mada Dyer, Qpfphur, La., with 136,- 430 yotes. Second prize, 31 piece dinn...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 28 May 1909

kísWKÜmi ■ í-fiEa -'J " ■■.■■: ■■■ E&MIm í^-k M'í = D M. LEWI#! PÍiopbietoh , • ''' i if Y til 'iV 'ííiji - Bl «tetany D fSwKiMfl iiMB EvergreeaTd '" •*! •''' '• '! ' ' . V '*'¡j en Decora- ¡ttful memorial at Evergreen emetery by Fhoenix Camp, No. 32, aided by both Orange and Gate City Groves. , ■ ■ -U, fe ||Jj The Camp and both Girls'met at ill and headed by the. Citizens' e procession was formed "and the tone of appropriate music marched to the cemetery, marshalled by Mr. McCrory. .= Arriving at the last renting =£ THE QRUNEWALD l\ NEWEST, BEST, SOUTH mAi mm «a,ooo,ooo oo- Ratu I^UpMrdt •a.ao and Upward a*: f the departed brothers and sisters ^here Probably tW success to the in y/oodcraft, :;|¿^gajM|j||||MjÉj¡MMjM|MÉÍ|jM the impressive memorial service of the- order performed, consul com- mander Max Miller presiding. A committee was then .viehtout through the cemetery to lay beautiful floral tributes at the grave of each .departed member. r ■ $||K , Then the ladies of the two ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 28 May 1909

•vSÍ:':-V' ' • i"'V V- 1 • ' '' NTING )prietors Manager and Editor Published. FIRST IMPRESSIONS. m Ifi luso we: lefit thereby. First impressions are potent influences in de- termining This applies with equal force to men and to things. When we meet a stranger our first impres- sions of him are', as a rule, the lasting ones. This does not apply in every case, to be sure, But it does in a majority • of instances. When we visit a strange'town our first im- pressions are very1 apt to guide us in our future view of that town. " , 'IMF ' A stranger faring forth to seek a new loca- tion, watches with - eager eyes for the first glimpse of the place he has in view for liis new home. If he arrives at the railroad station and his eyes fall upon an unkempt, disreputable look- ing view, he is more than apt to experience a pang of deep disappointment, form an unfav- orable impression and, more than likely, will tain that impression throughout all his' in- stigations of the resources and advantage...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 28 May 1909

K,;' ''.í-1,> ripM «LínT' mmmm care P*v Hand build«ng, ;j;. to secure the build- h to the educational and its prestige, ftr approaching when to a city must have - The eclat is . worth to say nothing of he young and old hbOka ol a first-class * Sv" ''' ' ■ l'" ' 'Á of 12,000 population in d a Carnegie library ' Leader is being the First National • with its 8000 or 10,000 *- can and will put her i;" il upon application lution pledging the maintenance and | secure tl e $15,000 or $20,000 :ing/'^|;,Y;::^ WOMEN,. ÍMIMÍmipÍ' ' ( y$, ''' in Texas and Good ' iHH Idn't any woman be happy, r years of backache suffering, ! irs of misery, nights of unrest, ess of urinary troubles, is relief and- cure? • •• ^ i why any Texas reader i suffer in the face of evi- !ike this: ■ r . I i. Beck, of Austin, Texas, 1 at the Asylum for the living at 1605 Sabine street, It April, 1502, when living •it! : Avenue, I gave a testimonial ncerning, Doan's Kidney Pills,, J^ter had procured a supply. The cure he...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 28 May 1909

Gh je dose at Good for an) cases, lard cases; good for acute Ask your doctor to tell you, hot what he thinks of this old standard iol in this cough medicine. /.c.AyerCo., makes a lazy boy. An active brain demands an active boy& and girls than Ayer' Pill*. Ask your doctor about them. He know*. PERSONAL MENTION. •From Saturday's Daily. . , , t -Jas Ingalls, a prominent. citizen and large land owftcr of Newton county, is in the city today on büs- iness. ■ ' ;! ■ 4' —Miss Tou Gentry closed her school at Diana, out near Beaumont, today, and came in to get three of her latest warrants cashed by Treas- ured Russell,, —Ed. and Frank Smith left this morning for Alexandria, La., where they go on a several days' business trip. • -Mrs. Dr. J. C. Phillips of Fields, La., came down today by boat to visit her parents, Dr. and Mrs. W. B. Sim- mons . ' Í3& • ■' í' jpff I i'Al —Deputy Sheriff Davis fakes vantage of the lull in cgurt business this afternoon to go out and enjoy the ball game be...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 28 May 1909

wit . ■ McKeig, of Har « • • :2sasss celebrate- nJUBar ■- rated by PhoH W. O. W., is gathering day. fhe Woodmen tee to interview the their co-operatio^ ats have given assur- tratioh and aid to make a big ; |v|; k 'Ije third, how-- 1 And that full and fret t was, however, dec Addié Jenkins, permitted to and al- Delbert s^ys of 1t¡ •Ping cough wi He had it bottle^flffiB Remedy, which pfoved ; ***' i ." ii not 'recommend it too safe by B. F. Hewson. THBR LOSES OUT Again Delivered to and Custody of Father {r From Tuesday's Daily. * ' '1 v. • -fa .4Alexandria, La., In the circuit the third day of this month, Tuit ns will observe ,Sat- h coming on Sun- y of them could and no iome to Orange on the program is being a*- . < ' ' , . ..... ither conceiv- a grand masked ball : Holland hotel. ,0 1 be offered ¿tid' horses Port Arthur, Be^p- Bsibly Lake Charles. " imittee of arrangements was ■■Kiii Addie Jenkins vs. C. enkins, a divorce was granted to said C. W. Jenkins on his cross ac tion, an...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 28 May 1909

;>•*;• 104. >:k aw on i#áM ''.¡'J Ü ¡ran / ® |lfc. ly, and pRQDUC should ka** Wffifil uld men who «ra never It Won't torsi Route ■■KkíííIbb •#&> pfl ftir kí i I wmt "OT service I when ' *<#. be .Cell's Syrup Pepsin. If there la anything1 about your ailment that you don't understand, or If you want any medical advice, write to the doctor, and he will answer you fully. The la no pharge for this service. I The address Is Dr. W- B. 500 Caldwell bid*., iMontloello. 111. CAPT.BEN STEPHENS, CITY MARSHAL, SUMMONING LOYAL CITIZENS ■ |Jm, ¿iMMá ib t at City Hall on June 16 to 19, or Spide or Shovel te te In Movement to Further the Streets of the CHy. s Daily. .. ' sl feeii | between 2: I The -usual •Prairie View church Good sfzecl audiences both morning and-even The work on the shell ros^jP View is progressing nicelj tractor McGuire states that he will have it completed byv the tentji of June. While taking the shells out of the banks some interesting relics of Indians have bee...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 23 December 1910
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 23 December 1910

m : V • • 'xv I,oo.k for our window; dispiufs cltian^^the/Holidays. Come in our store and ex- amine our complete line. Ynu'w ill find only articles of substantial value,- : • . that-wrll bc.ir the closesrTnspeotion. ( I ; /■■ V' ■ \\ tri r-7C5tr^ SILVERWARE ROCHESTER WARE SCISSORS and RAZOR SETS CARVING SETS TOOL KITS ts^gs. SHAVING SETS BOY'S EXPRESS WAGONS PERCOLATORS AIR GUNS, RIFLES SHOT GUNS ROYAL ROASTERS Call and See Us, We Will Take Pleasure in Showing You Our Line 11 m m The Feed Store U i When vou want dry goods o;f the best quality, you tío to a DRY''GOODS/STORK When you want drugs of the purest and best make, you go to a, DRUG STORE, When vou think of buying a vvaieh or piece of Jewelry, you go. tó a JEWELRY STORE When you want Feed for your Horse, Cow, Hogs or Chickens, you should go to a We handle all kinds of FEED and it's always' fresh and good. See us for Feed. -We will sell you one sack as cheerfully as one hundred and deliver it to your house. We also handle. COAL...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 23 December 1910

V •' ' ' í/ 1 {• yw i '•'; •:• •;'"\" r '" " ' Ax' ' ^ ; ' H ■' i ^ •y ,. \. " i v. . > ••'• y . ■' - • ■ :" v ' > ■' I \ V- , "• H % 'ú •; /|f ¿I "l. k 1 DI © Published Every Friday Volume 20 THE LEADER PRINTING CO., Publishers ORANGE, TEXÁS, DECEMBER 23, 1910 A. L. FORD, Manager Numbgr 39 r ORANGE The City Beautiful—Industrial anil Agri- \^ cultural Center o( Southeast Texas ..U -f I S (f|{ a liiiiiiI>cr ni' years, past It lias been customary at tlii- season .'to issue- an Annual Holiday Edition of the.<¡range Lender. Eaeli year we have tried"!o improve ' upon (lie previous one, ami in practicalh reached the aenie ol' perfection in n puliation i l'«ll'|is Ííirkl: TIie It'll!' I liiliday K/ililioii ol' the ('range I ,eadcr was heralded far 'and Wide as the handsonii'st edit i 011"'ó I' a newspaper ever printed in Texas, and through tliiit .medium Orange and fhe header I'riniing mmpiiny re. eeiveil I Ije host advert ¡sing they have ever had. • In 'presenting' tlie. 1 i •...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 23 December 1910

S-„v:/ 'Vr a % & i ■ii) j® & "Faultless" Flooring aullltss" Ceiling K wish each reader : this Christmas Edition of The ,raaer a \er\ in< : \ Christmas and a happy and prosperous.'.N&'nv Year st you forget"—"Faultless!..brand's T)f Flooring, Ceilinir, Sal:::.- i n d Finish ma\ contribute some- w «rood times < y on give us the opporturi|t\ < r serv ing YOU. r-Link Lumber Co. Jran^e, I exas Faultless Faultless Finish KOR A IrL O . cS: N . W WR A I L R O A L) PraversYqg the Greatest Orange and Rice Country in thsJiQuth i ! WITH MIILRAI I URN LIMIT Pu chase your. ticket and obtain any information^ -tr schedules and routes frtjfi our airent'or a letter to ..fsr E. II. GOLDEN, Agent Orange, Texas W. C. CONNBa, Jr., Traffic.Mgr. Beaumont, Texas A/"*'''"'-. & T- w %:mm. n ..

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 23 December 1910

\": i ■- .the ufcv*t prominent of t5?«-.£ivaf IuifihwCíi ai ifucturi ng concerns of Southeast IVxa-'is the Millor l^ink Lav Wr (\nnpany. of < ranjrP-.-At_jjie head óf this company is Mi*. I.'.- f->r .. ar- hasidentified. with eofiTnjwaua). 'financial ánd manufacturing intervs,ts of Kaist 'ÍVs:... Siiiw;the hist annual edition of tlif* Leader ~\v>s-pj¿nl('tl. >Pn>e inipviiant rhikii^- 'havt- -^ade in tin Ali!,ler-I jnlc.hum her Company, M<r. ,T. .\V. jilBlr— retir in.tr from the -n-f >-ntE> n ¿i'íjt.-- ,,.n hV interest* having been purchased hy Mr. Miller earjy In the present >ear. Tto. MilU.1 .iafc- Liiiu! er ("«juipauy Owjis twoJiig nninufaetúring plants,' OitóJ^ít^ at OranaV. tht-'*>tSj*"r at Xewtoii.' • With a magnificent timber "supply •*Irat will kwp f<>r many jw? t«« ,e'ome. the JfijlM^ljjjijk Lumber Com- pany niay; l>é i'/.n.t.Ier.tl 'íW «-i si?.- rviálM-nt 1 .m«.Uéi;'enterprises of Tc\a- and the pcrnian e'nt.oiie>iro'b^vmKí a a* llic...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 23 December 1910

A ,■ ^—1 I -' A ice-President C. E. SEADE, Sec.-1 reus. SAM J. SMITH. Pivsivlcnt k. fr , vi i n. OCK S^5T()0() (VP FT A I : . RERS OF n ran rppn rp i n=n fpn r^r. rpl r= ■ ...; J t_ • U l~J —• w> — U ;—,.. —' i—U —. . U .— -. j•- 3njan)affl^u3Tisres^. ~n.~¡z- ■; •. -; >KANGK, TEXAS Roth Phbrit W-' ■ vi'' ' > I ">K Exporters of Crate Material in the South Plant Situated on T.J^N. O ".STABI.ISHEI) 1907 IX(:(>RPqRATEI) ÍW . i I AI;V. Hi,¡ T reinsurer .ii>.. WÍ.iíst!■:!;. rc.-i'1' i V11<11V1<1< IIMill GRADK IIJAJMBÍATING A .NI) LUBRICATING OILS, wm&M! . <p.v.v. 'tátorM : ;

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 23 December 1910

m ü s I Sin -i,! «? ^a«H -*SV,V .' I .a^vpoi- •:.. v. VIKW (IK TB1S-KLAXT OF TIIK ORANGE l'.oX MAXI' K ACXHTI i 1X(¡ co.MPAXY. ^ wiili aXicW to interest mii: 1 hour' in /: ' "V-.-.-JfrVife « . nj X '1'IIK early days of flic Jieg'innini1' of' development of, now industrial enter prises in. the Ignited Stales, when a protective tariff law- w'as I n ■ i 11 u fraihod. much, was said .about "'infant induct ríos." ai.nl "• fin ¡'it necessity for taking care.<rt^iid fostering, thoin by erecting around-1hf'in a tariff wall that; Wonld effectually protect t'liein against tito old established I ml ust i j i 's ni' foreign count r'tes. I-ho tariff "wall' ])i>oVxm,I an < f fi ■< ■ t 'i i a I* protect inn, n.l rigid,. andv many of Hie '.'iiifaiil ■ indu-tees' have' nowJiocoino full ,'grówii •••am'lJiavo spread (int iiilo the realms of monopoly. While--< irirniiv is lint particularly favored by any tariff Mill, she lias Wit hi n In r limits some -"infant 'indiis tries,'"' alright, ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 23 December 1910

1; r t " I. ■■ "■ . V V 'Tt'lt '" • r;:r?; • i-ir.. W 11'. ST AKK. ProsidtMit •' K. \V HKcVy. \ Vice-President ,\ ,F. H. TARWKI.L, Se.c'ty.-Trc'iis. CAPITA! WLSTLD $1,000,000.00 I iisaama V'v ,. ■/ V ' \ Is operating the only Pulp ami r .Mills in the Sout'h, and is the cinly plant in- the world making higlv;-' "«le paperíTtnxrnrt.í)ng- Leaf.Yellow Pine v ■ Manufacturers <>t Nó. Pure Fibre Wrapping Paper 'S Hr . 1 I ight Weight Fibre Wrappings TtTNatural Drab and Col- ors, Dryand \\ ater Finish, Ncrf 1 Butcher CAPAQiT^70,000 POUNDS PER DAY All our papers arc made'U\ the soda process, from Long Leaf Yellow Pine • ' ' - -Vr I Le qualities that have made Calcasieu Long Leaf Yellow Pine famous are characteristic of papersjriadfe from this timber. I'- - 5S-" V PINE PAPER MIL E G. GOOiDELL, Manager, ORANGE, TEXAS J I. WWA.VM, Preside.- lit W 1,1. ST ARK, Vice-President K. I,. RT.I I), Sec .1 v-Treas. \ RICE MILL COMPANY x .Onmye, £cx:is. December/ 25, 1010 , TO, THE- RICK FARM ERS OF...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 23 December 1910

rV \ :n 1 Vfc 1 i" V • ! > r a; •; <■ x u y hi/how i MX k i1 a per i \ Tin: TP PLANT olMhe Yellow I 'ine . I 'ai >er MjtP ('o.nipan\ is tlit' outgrowth ni" ¡i ■nisiIÍ f'N]>«'fimixmi(;iI. |> 1;i;11. s'taflcd lip •n v.oars niS" a- a--mentis "f utilizing ' rasle u|'t he large saw 111 i II . Thelir-t year devot. cd |u ■ 11«• ii 11 ¡ n s I. r;i) i 11 <i tiltil a market prTídiict nVtijd' ) <*- iiiade 1'roiji long' leaf yellow pine sotiiollv.ithat hud' li<>( 'been ac- complished before, ¿xiiti "I wl.lH'll till' I • N | >1 'eiiced paper mu'kers « ♦'•"tin- \orlh were ex t feme] Y i lull I it l'u I. . Tlil.s having' -been proven I" the satisfa'ct ion of those interested. ¡I \v;is fheii necessary I" perfect ou* a broader scale 1111• chcmicaj proees-e.- ai.nl mecha nica I < •! |'u 11 >t 111«11 f in I(m I to nía^r tire project a < •< n 111 ■ u • r< ¡; 11, 11 < • ■ (•ess. In 11H!."> jr I'Oiliplt'tel\ ei|ii,ipped pulp ami pa per iiiill; was instal...

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