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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 23 December 1903

mMM i i I MEMBER TMK ASSOCIATED PRESS- AfAflJÉÉÉ^aM^ /lUvlllWU TRIBUNE teaches the Spenders TEXAS. WEDNESDAY Al mi nn b a f mi n mrn inn n n bobbji opera house for oranoe. p « W. . ItTTIS. Vkwfr* . it, I0ACI. CtiMtr verything of a Banking Nature En- trusted to Us Receives Our Beit Atten- tion.;! Iff be Glad to Have a re of Your Ift A Theatrical Syndicate Interested Locating One Hara. It has developed that one of the big- gest theatrical syndicates )n til* country has for some tine had an eré on Orange «a a very desirable place for an opera house. They propose that If the local arta I00N, DECEMBER 23, 1903 'Tbs NUMBER 230 ■ Fireworks istness. swifi; NATIONAL BANK ORANGE* TEXAS iijuuuu iihii * ■« ujmuu.m.>ijn.i. «*< SCHOOLS CLOSE. led this holidays At the Henderson llnph Christmas an<l the rooms wers Chriat- of -' jUpSÉ Bettts, Mr both loar ha is a the trees 'a pupils made Mat a at l very pretty gold stick ptn. Mrs. tatoiw's grade, aha very attractive Christmas exer but their...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 23 December 1903

If I >'■ p'5>- ssssís; m iüc roHtofflcc at Orange, Tex* w aecond-Olwi Hall Mailer Subscription Rat . Year ft OU tbh 8 00 Three Month* Out? Month « W to Advertíalos Kate on Application Every Afternoon Huudarti Fxoepteu: K U €1* ] ORANGE, TEXAS, DEC. 23, 1803. BOQUETS FOR OUR SCHOOLS. While the public school Bystem of this country Is not yet all It should be, the whole country haB reason to be proud of the impression made on- the member* of the Mosely commission which recently visited us and made a thorough investigation ot our educa- tional institutions. We have already referred incidentally to the evidences that the Englishmen were pleased with what they saw, but la a recent letter written by one of them to the London Times we find such satisfac- tory confirmation of their attitude that we feel Justified in quoting freely from the communication. In the course ot it the writer says: "What struck us most at Tirst sight in American séhools was the thorough- ness of their organiza...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 23 December 1903

Xm am 3& . IRO S GAME RKtD HOUSTON ATTORNEYS OUT OF THttH COIN. HAD R. R. DAMAGE SUIT wfeoipenta few months ta the West last summer that the lawyer* In the towns of Tusoon and Blsbee, Alrls., and HI Paste, Texas, were worked by a negro suiting the description of the negro who succeeded In fleecing the Houston legal lights, and that a similar scheme was worked. He did all three places In one week, and In El Paso alone succeeded In picking up |16U by his pretended suits against the rail- roads* mm Which Was a "Stir* winner"—Secured Money With Which to Defray Burial Expenses. A number of Houston legal lights who a day or two ago were sure that they bad the beet cause Cor damages against, railroad that ever happend. Wr sow keeping a sharp lanfeout for a coal Mack negro of the backwood/ pHanUUon stripe, says the Houston Port.-' tM'JffR - The negro buncoed the lawyers out of several dollars in cold «ash. He. begpm working Ma scheme last week. He failed on a certain Arm of lawyers, and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 23 December 1903

ffil ÍRITY OF FUNPe OF TREATMENT CONSERVATISM OF MANAC ■ •• •; : ■ y,\' •I yen cantal Thay kna haaa cloaaljr followed fcy the HEW' First National Bank and ta than cam be sttribatad lla YOUK BUSINESS IS SOLICim ■o matter haw laige or hew .'¡'v '• ¿-v '.y- V.';.;;; : D. Mossiker SPECIAL for this week 20 PER CENT OFF on our entire stock of \ Boys' Clothing m' m I LOCAL AND PERSONAL. •£• 4* 4* ■l"ltl"M 1 1 I -I I 'I-l- Your Name In Gold. <m leather card case, purse or book, for 26 cents. Have your ChrlBtmas presents of this kind marked. REIN lilTHO. CO. ^District#Attorney E. A. Cheatham returned last night from Woodville. Judge J. J. Windham has returned from a two days' visit to Dallas. Everett Howell haB accepted a posi- tion as salesman in R. Sokolskl's store. Miss May McCreary leaves on an In for her home at Calven to spend ^Bhe holidays. Mrs. J. Woward Lablt, of Welsh, La. Is spend in* the holidays with her parents, M^^ood Mrs. A. C. Stewirt. Dr. F. W."**wson left last night to ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 24 December 1903

■ mi1' •, . ®®5$4' Ifi mmM ' •••••. >"' - i Reaches pi Spenders ñmwlm Hpflghtóáí É| ORANGE. TEXAS. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. DECEMBER 24. 1903 NUMBER 231 im j t'm nm BBBB rorrroT a a but * i. VtefrPm. 4AMU r. men. Cathbr ?>/.?< miM: liijUllW" of a Banking Nature En- Receives Our Best Atten- .* *«> spw I be Glad to Have * Share of Your ion. ■ V ¡V/V •. aj unen. ... IIIWI . NATIONAL BANK ORANGE. TEXAS IMtMf I WMlnmutUJU ILD RESIDENT mmmrnrn lllli TO ORANOS AFTER AN AMCNCK or TWENTY YEARS. BE IS C01PL8TELY LOST AMI la AmiMd M Mm Comslita Trans- From a Urarfew Vlltaf^ m WinWBWflJr ¿-1 City. ,Á ■ -jv'lta of Hemphill, «3T. a (vwr resident of eftjr, who hu been away «lace 1ISS. arrived oyer ta* Orange ft and «pout yea- He stated to ft Trt- I II tnm the train tfco only Uüng that Im tkftt had ndC vtalbly changed, • eamal chutee, is the . with the exception that the tto «and la mot* neatly batter taken care at. , He. by aaaenma tnqutries found hie to front street, stopptn •et mom and th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 24 December 1903

, :;,r- . «I. MM. NlMW. i at ioc ruHiomce at Orange. Texa* as Second-Claa* Mail Matter m Subscription Ratea. ear 16 ou Three Mu#th* $1 so .th* S 00 One Month «0 Advertíalos Kates on Application Issued livery Afternoon. Sunday* Excepted. = ORANGE, TEXAS, DEC. 24, 1803. NO PAPER TOMORROW. es There will be bo issue of the After I norm Tribune tomorrow, Christmas, 'the employes of the Rein Lllho. Co., being granted a holiday. The question of the hour: "How will you spend Christmas?" A merry Christmas and may the fullest, truest meaning of the day rest and abide with you. J/, #.W ¿¡zFTr '•í&m i •• «w SBíiras*: A íVfe; "rttv ■v",.v-í'iA'• '"if' WiW'ífi WmmX mia'i W'ív, :• MISTAKE saras P«Li ■:k- tor the Tribune.) Just listen. If you please, And a story I'll relate. Of a very baaty girt. Who made a slight mistake. This maiden, was not handsome. On account of her great wise, And unlihe all other maidens. She was fond of having beaut. If you are looking around for some- one to make happy...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 24 December 1903

4-'O. train wrecked CONNlEtUVIULC. SIXTY-THREE WERE KILLED Timben^ fr*m Fright Car Derailed Engine and Overthrew the Coeehee. ^incn^viUe, iV Dec. 23.—MM- t—With « terrible cnuih J mi t—Wkh ft terrible crash end ft grinding noise the Duquesne limited, Ut* fMteet through passenger train from Pittsburg to New York on the Bftitlmore ftnd Ohio, plowed Into ft pile *>f timber M Laurel Run, twenty v1 mite weet of Dawson, at 7:45 o'clock tonight, «ad it la expected thftt fully sixty three Uvea were lost and thirty persona injured The train lelt Pitta- hnrfe this evening, running a few minutes 1st , in charge of Bnglneer William Tboralay of Ooonellsvtlle. When approaching Laurel Run, which I a particularly fino píleo of road' IxmT, the train was running at a high rat* of speed. Suddenly the paasen- . gem ware thrown from their anata by litnlng^Ihe appliance of the air and a moment later came the he train, made up of two bag- day coaches, one sleeper inlng car, was carrying at the the lowe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 24 December 1903

1 ' ' By and wmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm the auspices Mi * ' ' ;r' ' - '• '< 1 Mr- -v ^ MM The best free attractions that money can procure during the jwJd T1 Prera HI Entire Week, Dec. 28 to Jan. 2, inclusive mm With the attractions that have been secured it can be positively stated that there are enough free entertainments to well repay a trip to come and see. This statement is made upon the positive assurance of a committee of Red Men. Come and spend a few days in pleasure and recreation, meet your old friends, have a good time and make it a week long to be remembered Talbott-Whitney Carnival Company 1 1 1 .i = furnish all attractions, 15 in number, and of the very highest order. Nothing said, done or presented that could offend the sen- sibilities or hurt the feelings of the most aesthetic lady or gentleman .% .\ .V REMEMBER THE DATÉ 1 Points t&" SECURITY OF FUNDS r,m &r LIBERALITY OF TREATMENT "8W CONSERVATISM OF MANAGEMENT „m Are Worthy of your unhd consideration. They hav...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 26 December 1903

• V ■■ > MlMBCR OF TH1 ASSOCIATED PRESS. mm. r.','V'-V Afternoon TRIBUNE Reaches the Spenders AAMykkiS W MnvlVrT, nil« áM ' 'ií wmmn tmtmnmr imm i b * rwg V. . MttTII. fk+Ti*. JANES P. fSACB, Cohkr Everything of a Banking Nature En- trusted to U Receive Our Beit Atten- tion. We Shall be Glad to Have a Share of Your Buiineii. *'V" v ■ sf V,. ¿«ft o « m m 9 E NATIONAL BANK IOR.ANGE. TEXAS ORANGE, TEXAS. SATURDAY AFTERNOON, DECEMBER 26. 1903 NUMBER 232 SALYATION ARMY CHRISTMAS TREE SOLDrtRS OP BLOOD AND FIRE REMEMBER THE POOR. • TWENTY-FOUR FAIILMFED ■as mm Ah I PROSPERITY r t JOHN H. KIRBV SAYS THIS SEC- TION SAVED COUNTRY. AT A CRITICAL an4 Wwt Had Follow** Uad of Now York the United Would Hsve TUB id^fci Doe. SS. H. Klrby, prsstdoi | who boa HMUk4ÉÍC-'':' m WW lilt Wl TOOT tn tbe city to of the Kir- ÍS tic ot cotton Itofos thot bod ft not boo tor tbo ood Woot tbe coon try woo Id oaportoocod tbo worst dnanctal to tu history. South and W«ot saved tbe ■ mm... ^ * - * •ato «r. lviroy...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 26 December 1903

CO Ml* JP tilt rostofflce at Orange, Texas as Second-Cla*M Mall Hatter _ Subscription Ratos. If ear attw *. OU ou Three Months One Month *1 so (0 AüvertlNliu Kate on Application. I Every Atteruoon. Hundavs KicepteU. —■ 1 . ■ ■'. ri—Mr If ORANGE, TEXA8, DEC. 26, 1903. t'-i LEE BLANCHETTE'8 CANDIDACY. Both Comptroller Stephens and on. Lea Blanchette announce for comptroller. Mr. Blanchette declines to become a candidate for the office last July because Comptroller Love requested that Stephens succeed him. This was an act of courtesy unusual In politics, and will no doubt meet with the approval of the people of the State. At any rate, East Texas will show a solid front for the Beaumonter.— Texas News. Among hlB home people where Lee 1b known best he Is loved by most, and as be is pretty well known among the representative people of Texas, It is not Improbable that he Will be nominated and elected. Home pride iwould actuate East Texas to support Mr. Blanchette, even were he not so lovab...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 26 December 1903

'MHÍPPlii #• ■MMHHMHMai #f iinM- iíi¡ré<ii «r. w.t MCM • te PERSONAL NOTÉB J TIMELY TOPICS . ' ~ I for thin department «hould be sddreaset __ the Tribune, and to imare lnMrtlan In the i thin de.lt u t later than Friday uooa ' ' If! •T CLUB—Mrs have K. K. CLUB. orí Mee ta three timan per moath. The .second and fourth Wednesdays at . homee of varloua members la alpha- cor' be tic order are devoted to piar Ivery third Wednesday business mMUni with Miss Chapman. 1 afternoon al Holland build street mti.: Fí&W'VÍ CHAM**, U. O. C. the first Wednesday of erery at the home of the Mm. I. W. thotara, corner of Ninth aai Dlvleon streets HARMONIA CU Ms^lrectress CLUB—Miaa Emma Cur- ifBC , ._>■■■*■ Meeta iwrr Thursday evening with the different members of the olub IB W. C. T. U.—Mrs. C. U. Blade, Presl- Meeta regularly every Tw «day af- ternoon at the different < ih arches. Business meeting list Tuesday of ths month. ; ) LADIKS' RCJUIINO CLUS— Miss Get- vrUQO VBipiBU, U1I1CUUBI, Meet...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 26 December 1903

Coat. la ibis modal, which ped In cadet deoorated with scarlet bullet buttons and a braid. Tbe back la tight a pointed bolt «fleet In The front are loose, which Just meets the has smart epaulettes of gold braid decorated with A flaring gauntlet cuff com- e sleeve and Is Quite In keep- the military Ideas of the de- ■H11 lililí ll THE NEW BOOKS. 1 1 11 11 II 1'1'M On the We-a Trail. Levi Wallace writes as follows private letter: Caroline Brown aght another honor to our ná- rBtnte, "On the We-a Trail," a of India when it was the great Her Indians are true to genuine savages, not princes of i woods. The book keeps cloee to and moves with a dash and beyond the reach of our old ad Cooper. Her "cider making" "pancake turning" are correct afe phs, and a new country at- iere surrounds the whole work, ture has whispered deep secrets to author. She knows the ways of and feathered things, and iter si of their wild life Is stirring whistle of tbe quail or the ilng of the yellow-hammer, le readin...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 26 December 1903

111111 m brawniest at thel 'WO V — 4-. « -« - — MttvUCmf all the Joi was never celebrat- great eitent to the k In the good old "befob de wah." New its place among the the prolongwl. rollicking the slaves of especially wlfh they desired. It was all institution peculiar to the south. pecOl lar not In being confined to those sk- tloni*. but peraltar In the ni *utter Irt which It waa conducted, for buskin* bees have bwn known In New England oince the mind of man remember* aim Indian corn has bean gathered. When a Vn ahuckln'" Waa decid ed upon notices were aent out to the Harm of all adjoining plantation* atat ing that on a certain night Judge 8 or H.|tiirv it would gire a corn «buck- ing of an many thousand bushels and that all eotonMI j«sople, male and fe- male, were Invited to attend. Orant preparation* «.-re mad« by "ole man- ia" and "ole missus" for this event for. white they expected a good night's work In the simpe of wagon loada of yellow corn, treasure waa to be the main part o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 26 December 1903

Mm ■W] hSIMÍ Ipf® *. g MKi ® kalfj ■f $ '¡:*v;' : •/ WHMW3M-1 I sfeliUji y «*• a. * MU p:. AÍh<KMi<'Á:Jr- di : Iñlíft M¿«3f-a mm S\úí SK:¿KÉiéjtíSaf H Kíi l'wr ■■ r. m ü $ & J SiPa® "' '"V ¡■HP ifwLr'""! "«F^f« « i t, C. B. ROUSS, NEW YORK CITY m * #f¡P; —•7* Mm 11 jiáibs" W í -w- ''<jf%1 v<W r.f-.:í"; Í. MM ¡ESbjBw i < rtjjwn These ¿i«r Points 1ST SECURITY OF FUNDS .JEl HT LIBERALITY OF TREATMENT JH W CONSERVATISM OF MANAGEMENT ,JK Are Worthy •I roar cantal consideration. They knt beea clossly followed by the First National Bank aa4 to tham cm he attrUratcd its you* Business is aouciras >w Í! i(\a. tt*.. -WHEN m _ Come in and look over our stock. You will find a large assortment of DOLLS, DRUMS, TOOL CHESTS, PIANOS and TOY& oí all kinds, and just as cheap as you can buy in large cities. Our line of * CHILDREN'S BOOKS , fi nd! folks. is larger than ever this year. You can a suitable presents and novelties tor the >lc presents JES, GIFT BOOKS and *U NOVEL...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 28 December 1903

mm iH J§ L i M . m IfifB E iLlf ' iT ' ' i — — msMf m y& mm M1MU* or THI ASSOCIATED PRESS. tto ™ v mümm Aftei TRIBUNE Ketches the ^penoera ' -' *"'$! ORANGE, TEXAS. MONDAY AFTERNOON. DECEMBER 28. 1903 NUMBER 233 1& h i vi i lyiiirnyrtji 1 JANES r. ROACH, Cuhtor . 'I 1 ;:.7 'i- , Everything of a Banking Nature En- trusted to eivei Our Best Atten- tion. We Shall be Glad to Have a Share of Your Butineti. ORANGE NATIONAL BANK f ORANGE. TEXAS as It la time for evening quarters. Re- member me to all the Orange "peaches." LOUIS R. rORD. r'fi 1 j " i' . ngm fOMt LITTtRfi FKOM CAMAMA. mTmT7T of An Orange Bay an U. a. a. Wyoming. Republic of Panama, Dee. II.—TWo ta Friday afternoon and aa I mm going hunting tomorrow to be gone tato gaya 111 write a letter hatera 1 go ao U cea.go by the nest ateamer. Bwythlng ta going along ta the aame oM way «mi hern and If It wasol tor the papera wa get froa the «atea we wouldn't know there wan any troaMa at att la Faaaoa. «vary «ra get. mall I sprea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 28 December 1903

■¡'mu at iuc roNtottlce at Orange, «S Second-GUm Mail Matter Three Mouths Out Mo Wi 00 AdveniNlnc Kate* un Application. Every Afternoon. Sunuavs Kxcepteti ' DEC. 28, 1B03. ORANGE, TEXAS PAY YOUR POLL TAX. There 1b certainly not a citizen in county who does not under that unless his poll tax is paid February first, he will be de- ™ from voting at any .election held in 1904, and yet there ls' ln la- difference being manifested in this respect that Is going to result in the «ÜHfranchlsement oí hundreds of vot- ers unless they take the proper step at once to provide themselves with the necessary poll tax receipt Under law the poll tax receipt be- being issued by the tax collector mast be filled out in the presence off the person paying his tax and must be signed by tbe tax payer. AH this is -work that takes time and it can- not be done beforehand, as Is the case with the property tax receipts. Ont of the large number of poll tax payers 4 Orange county, only one hundred and thirty had pa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 28 December 1903

■If elf;'# ■ liV' It# •too ■„'■■■■■•■ ■■■■■ !.# ■ ■ ■:■'■ . fe.>sv' '' 'i'c ' ■ - ■V',K "W'wííi Do It Now ^illiilHi^ii P MImR '•'!' ■' ■ 9<V>'i ' ' :•' . ■ ' '. T"" Jo * ■'. i: >; .--r1 . . •!:•: ■■"■ ■<■'<''••„■ •'■"■ I'# i ■ Km ,, „ ^JSgsiffiaa i m I sfiiiw'' V m$:4 : ; • ] .'-"v' * w iliffil *rS Ji! f«-is * : ■ • ■., :■■■* . ;í#w tHKi '■ - r -7 *' — ■KÍ¿. -ft ivLV &'''• Éfc> &v;.; > . Government ■ m. W> S£*Jfc •re f Good Investment UT there are very few people who can buy them because it requires cash down * or the government keeps the bonds. Orange City Lot are Better because 1 will sell you choice residence lots with a small payment down, the balance on easy monthly payments. This makes it possible for you to invest your money in something just as safe as government bonds and better, because you will get the benefit of increase in values. Government bonds have only varied a tew cents on the dollar in ten years. City lots have doubled in value ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 28 December 1903

■y:'%\e WM HI %í'+$Í£¿' ■ ■ ¡§¡¡1 I t;;.' \ - « mmm wmi'S L a« HU M : ..vv ■'• )>,. ;v. .V.TMv.. !¡"i., -i tv tó; 1 8M 1 >* " ' •§ '¥§ > ■ ■ :•, í «K |Í I T®^ I '■ •'■v;-'..& i&ft,muáffi&m■' mmm m&Wñ NEW YEAR m rr ■ ■ ■. . ' ' "ÜE*8 : i AUCTION MERCHANDISE Hf. WEST. E. TEXAS BmuAK :• á$ tó >. :..•: ; These Points Í3T SECURITY OF FUNDS ,,&! W LIBERALITY OF TREATMENT JE CONSERVATISM OF MANAGEMENT JS9 Are Worthy of your cantal consideration. They have bees closely followed ky (he Fibst National Bank ■a ha attributed He great success 5Í«Í SSS5SWS35ÍSWÍ YOUR BUSINESS 1 SOLICITED no matter haw large er haw small ■M-M-M 1 111 ■ ■■!■■! ■!■ * ,♦ 4. local and personal. + + i * ■M-H-M I 1 111 1 1 1 Ml i i Editor MacLeod is In Athena attend- ing the Prese Association. Louis Bravo, now located at Lakfe Charlea, is in Orange visiting relatives. Joe Crawford left for Houston Sat- urday evening after a ehort visit to Mends in Orange. Fred McLeod, having enjoyed a ple...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 29 December 1903

MEMBER Of THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. ERER E R DIFFIi ORANGE, TEXAS. TUESDAY AFTERNOON. DECEMBER 29. 1903 SJ—r.ft, t! i ,l.*J—uj. J?, uffi—r._! ■ ■ ■ • r. «MCI. C«tkl*r GO DOWN TO of th« easary Presa Y.. Dec.2t JVC put to de th<> state murder r1t>a, Oa If am fourth e throa BANK IS *ow -op > aecond Hbed brir yt burnli 9f Ruffal >AAA^JUUm,PJUC i BURNED. ^-.4 r* S.ÍÜ > fit lit row, Entirely D«- andfeii to!'Uit M|#ht 'fwJfthe "iff80 oclock' wh,l« All from ¡ the ü)e fam||y wer(| 1« sick frienda and .ÉMRÍO cu -*11 tt< l**M®Of c. UNDER FUk|n atreet. caught Are m ground with every- War Ship OTer a 11100^11^ Oomlf furniture and $300 in PNÉK Decjfftt flre from an un- log jnd was almost half points* wf dlaoovered, aa Or City had turned out to at- lling. al. Mr. a. H. Pond itlun, Just recovering from Idltlot^ and heard the crack' appeaia. He went outeMe to aid. j turned in the alarm fhlch ato, who was at neigh Hfloe "fate <ie ral blocks away «aw hare an t the aarne time. iter ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 29 December 1903

nAMINO CO.. fu«Ll *« 6mm. m. asm. Psksiskny. i at iuc #q*tofflce at Orange, Texas (Merond Ola** Mat! Matter '*■" 1 '■ i Subscription Ritn. t Year • ou Three Months 91 no i Months 8 00 One Month no Advertlsine Kate* on Application. lSHued Every Atteruoon. Muqdav* Excepted. ■*' 1 : KS i:i'«;:iC at* - i iv it- , -r^maA ORANGE, TEXA8, DEC. 29, 1903. lÉ Sp íífífe ir; m SPA ■ THE BLANCHETTE CATECHISMS. The Tribune Is not by any mesne a political sheet, nor does it, as a rule tafee part In any political fight*, tout the action of this paper in calling the attention or the press and printers of Texas to a predilection of Mr. Lee (Blanchette, of Beaumont, to sending public ■work out of the State in prefer- ence to having it done In Texas, has tyeen severely criticized by some of that gentleman's friends, and a purely mercenary motive attributed as the cause of thlB paper's stand. In view of these tacts, The Tribune will propound a few questions to Mr. Blanchette, bearing on the political fea...

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