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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 8 April 1903

wis fy^v.v.XS Km PI 1% .'■' .v'.it li.-r fit •>. i pí': 1 II «jtf ,.P> fcífó jB/H Km,.' ffffifl ñ* it- • JL wmM ü if J?' w# Isftl ¿4 I " - sTi Jjjf rÉm I M II r%] rí-«rol i ,• p &;... "72 ['i i i* mm? >•>« ■ ■ ■ laEvi^ws H ■¡r;} • , -S{ -^9 Ri-: :^| ,v n Wi.'(S Kg ' 3 Js M K="; -\¿m llr'i Bv -y ■ WV' ¡3'^ ^, ..., H gr*e=>pl EMI Hr. «a „ i bbltó ítíisty and b lmprom PeW Rider ; W ♦i'MJ which Yd, m sound not les insp Cem aWttKeoeq ,JW' *"e Ue^gtiW;^ thewove, | win Win, to «^,lnralii5v**rJbPíiPffl roads, sometimes t^y.owssed fle Jlfcft wovu^£^| «dESM WMüébb wi'*l oí cattle, letlc of or tUe a 5 S «ccount. But the every s;fe,t ' e i i i ni ii ils'lM:,1 ' ©glass :* fruit tWfgor ■■ ¡t-afrsr* ou, onltffl —— /„ / \ nEsssracana Bland & Co's. ".We 5 ,i $$'[*. $j( * /' Li£ <W. INQ8. o i. PÜHHBI |B# Lightning tt&OO Erara "and I was so surprised and hundred apple and pear trees and plums, cherries. mmm a man's bo|T BB meat tl Alt through corn, tréWüfoi l t fcya They ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 8 April 1903

tilmm m kW^m^SSwasBwS^Wm ■' :<'. '- ■ '"•,' ' - ' - * ew&wvit ' • ', ■■ffiggL^w< " * «MHI "• — * "' -V ' -${9K' '• '¿-'■■- ■'•• • BP® all mü v iil \>vt- *1-''* lili ( '¡\ i i si p j t 1 i' u „ / BfíE^mfátWtíoiSáM ,"-j—1—••• .' "f**: . fit w. n. STARK, PnsMft fc : L. MILLER. Vlce-Prtt. w. w. Re . the s® &sta&fi«f\e<l 1889 3"fW 3^rst 5lat '« •■ ; ' Vwj.ii w,l of Grange, íTexas ¿íiv«3w«' KOW BUSINESS IS SOUCITtD. We Striie to be CourUoiu. Pr«*^ C«*l l SS« US ffl « * " "~ e backw — MM EES iminir tmnm hum|| nHnfuftpUii the taM a. , 'American- Central PMU, Ol St JfHMU-.MW ? vBL, Cravens. Southwestern manager of the same company, with headq Ji at Houston, mint the day In yeeterdsy inspecting some p* j their risks.- ■ y, ' Fred McLeod vent over to West lake, La., this morning en a business .visit .-■ ijl' i jk |i II the / the day on ■ has returned borne after spending the past at Kirhyville, visiting the family oI her node, E. 0. Simmons. '• *h& >. &£rc ¡*...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 2 May 1903

m Ti fcf -JÍS m BHH wa Wi , of financial success In volves tbe formátion of I, those habits of saving which In later years matare and Mpe** Into riches. With the agrteulturiqt a certain amount of risk 4ÉUíst be In- j curred, but he who deposits in this baiik does so with a feeling of security that can ^ ¡i' not be- tóiakenMBjl^, >— ational Ü' '.mymwg.g W mm mi t tfct boiBft hmittfi ' •• jl ;' ,v I feoac IU*lf, ctt b« • and Prtstrved wsmii [nights of Pythias Of ft M e «anual memorial Lodge No. «8, Kni will be bold at the church tomorrow afternoon at o'clock and a general in extended by the !od«e to tin public to attend these aeryloes. The Knight* of Pythias is a very popular order, and, doubtless. there will be -a large' attendance of friends of the order. The member of the lodge and vis- iting knights will meet at the Cástlé Hall at 3 o'clock sharp ted rr.&rrú from there to the Methodist ehurcH the following program will be .■ - Opening ode, by ihe Prayer, Rev. % W. J, Anthem...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 2 May 1903

ü t i* mm cante about with some at the shoemaker's trip lUJltHl! where Dcce and hU , Caliste Sabottrln, were !PPH^ W' ■ • I can give you nothing if you marry girl," «old the elder*one, glowering er his spectacles:' "Hud you put less luto the maw.of the wolf and ore luto your father's coffers, you light ha vp bad enough by now to n wife. There la Uttle in tito trad for you a* It 1#." /' v \ , "Faith, then. I'll quit it," said Den , driving home a peg with a viclotfc^Hp. "I'll go to the woods, the river, any- —here!" "And leave yofflvwife at boine to her spindle," said the father, looking out with a little amlrk/througb the window of squared panes and blinking bis last for (he nonce to dip * pinch of snjflff. "Why do you want to' nmrry«s«©wa! You are too young. Can't yon wait a while? Walt even un- til the spring, when the shanty men come down from the wild lands and there's lots to do. There Is not more silver by now thau will tide us over winter. Tut! Shaveling! A marriage, -forsoot...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 2 May 1903

thi, áÉII mMm ¡LJM •v '''ámf'&i'-•j'*'1'' V mm m ■■■'■. ■1IJ'«S,¡ti? * 1 ;■ w « ,4iA r. W. «• .4: . r . 8. W. «botan. Mm. J. E. Hockey. r. Mr. J. & Hwk- Mr*. Shoiars. bee: fully proven in Orange that there are «orne women ..... ... ir who can keep a secret, t week Mrs. J. C. Seastrunk decid- ed to ask some of tne members of Pelham Chapter, u. D. c„ to assist her in giving Mir*. 8. W. Bbolars, the beloved president of the chapter, a wl ireryone wl hem in ttils Married W The. home Camplln on ly decorated Neron thanks Usted Mr.. ,and front ednesday «WWWto §P iOCIITV^, ira. J. Á. Holland. Mr*. Warren Windham. Miss Dora Ounstream. S Thursday afterabon at th« different DINQ CLU - 8. , Mi*. W. Anderson. Mm O " v ' ' fe-": :? at StM p. m. ... i IMff ...... fMur. Cbib of SnptMsbSf closes %o¡ I BS^ggdBinittwsw J ■■i1 Si .* vv .• . tai «vary of lira. 8- W. lira. C. B. it, Mh* Anrle , Iba K. 0. Lnt Id. Weaver. i i— Vbi^i N fat Che Metb Prtday night and Sun* I o'clock at j, ••ion •ocirrv...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 2 May 1903

H mm sr¿ % E, TE , , Á v * ..... ... ; mm WJ-': ; •■ :,:- . 1 ■ !.,;¿& :.; ftf£A#í LEGISLATURE. What the legislature has failed to do is dis- ing,—what it has done is excrutiating. It tsdissagTeeable to call' public attention to some Jps legislature's shortcomings and .overdoingsy because we have any sympathy for it as a iy but because quite a. number of the members upright, honest, earnest, able gentlemen and the foolish and hjrffnl proceedings of the ity more than we possibly can, not having ||fcbe responsibility upon our shoulders. I Not content with declining to pass"' an appro- P priation for a World's Pair exhibit and refusing, J further, to lend any of the state's ^property for the purposes of such exhibit, Certain blatant idiots felt called upon to" go out of their way to de- nounce such propositions as "infamous schemes," pad to attack the press and its tñotives, not re- alising or not casing that" It was the people whose motives they impugned and upon whose eads they p...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 2 May 1903

m! u :&im mmmm c'Ml'j^J.''•■!.)• vi.i( in/.V Ml t1' ntf'1 -r-r-?= :m * **rkv tkflf'iiMWl*. >..' ,^ri fi. ^ v,. .■■ "• '•'• ,$*,• .*■?'.•■ M.l (¥#£' 'Kf'-f jfckj: ff «A f ■ /: ■' ^■1' S ¿ — '•>'# _i _. f í S* r^¿¿; hehstohe ^J££M &¡H ' wífí ■#/'* ' ifS:p',p;' '■ Kzwia mi K .. v;:r IV OF OUR M BELOW: . o'"v. ■; :.y ' I, . ,. 1 ■ 1 f" , ■■*.ir.— £jj&. ..J bW'wm WAMUm*. W Tf-trr ■ ■ ■ mi J I ■ ísil mm •• .. - ? •'•••■• .. ■, Ribbons MU Met . U - TÜ rtfcffifwss B&Í Í£ Ml >! 1 i p§#s Voile, the laten for suits in black, blue . | i. s fe. ■ <■' &1 J •Oc quality, sale price (1,00 quality, sale pries $o 1.10 quality.saie price .. 92c , - «4 OI «¡ ■ I 1,50 quality, «ale price.. ■ Summer weight Albatross in all colors, something c HHjsSHI *( '•'• 'jM ¡Ste&tó!®® | quality, sale price.. if{ftf ■ '¿■•- ■ %-JB . All our Skirtings andSuit- at reduced prices: m -#v *•• ¿ 76c quality, sale price.... 83c .T>.". ...ffilfr.-S ' \.. Silks* 1 qúllity, sale price, $1....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 2 May 1903

' í m, Ew-L in MANTELS, TILING^, GRATES, SUMMER FRONTS, BUILDERS' HARDWARE, Dpors and Blinds. Heath A. Millican Paints, Graphite Stick Paint, Mill Supplies Steel, Bar Iron, Gal**^zed Roofing, Pelt Roofing, Coal Tar ai - We ire Agenta for the Star Windmills inTSteel Towers. .? MM pfe7- THE SABINE SUPPLY COMPANY. ' S mm m Ml ill! ■'¡¡if THE CREAMERY PROJECT. I- HII-: An African Lion.' One day when elephant bunting in An Enooura0ing Letter From nn in -¡ „ "7, "T"~JCZT—"" " ,.2L — nois Authority. | Baseleka territory. «accompanied- by The Gate City Dairy is in receipt 250 mei1' 1 w*s astonished suddenly to of ..a, letter from Mr. D.W. Wilson heboid a majestic lion iflowly and of Elgin. Illinois, from which the steadily advancing toward us with « following are interesting excerpts: dignified step and undaunted bearing. "Tour favor regarding the cream- Lathing bis taty froui side to aide and ery project at hand. You are quite growling haughtily, he fixed his terrfp right in our opinion In...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 2 May 1903

. .-...I ■«.' yoi ••''AiWWiPI •; •- toít Ttipj Mi-tj. - - .. . .re , Ju | i Detwe*t) 0 t art Wfi 1. ,a uwstnjnni toan reat aatlafactorlly, If tbe M nat. tt miixl mnit real : In otter wort*, "think rwt;" "tot mental ud retas Bdaon-Helme la JPtt- i—t— 'ER8 OF DEER. w . SIISÍP t Vmí High clmmmé kr a i C * Mm> Hill. With the'atatker amone top of th* high rtdge the foreat of Oleo f. We were quietly we m« three I the march fence «tow tn. Thejr aa the stalker .H • > V •* i over tbe high third «track the top rn head .over heel* •way few cleared It aaalljr irade*. Japanese deer, or a deer park «•.large wood thorn with a raliM paddock off BaMBUI ja*f W a the gap. and gate Into the deer could eaally more of It. Directly the charged them and lato the feet high and "ip ig ground. They L and It aeemed to that any anl- Mmitcht place, iind there ■ HHP i the top wire where ' r ami the mea taiaMe 4*w% mmm \ ummmm I TOO \ PPV mm • • '• - ;v il'I'.V S1 v' mm f|S|^ mm \ \ mm \ ¥•> itii mm jSM i...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 2 May 1903

_ __ ¡C- 5 i,:-" • . * ••■■■ ' , IRjflH:- .. , *•• ni i i W11 w s $C?i are over 4000 of these great stores underselling. This principle has built this where we intend to stop. Our answer is appreciate Good Goods and Low Pric wheels grinding. A few of our hundr r:::"-::: . • ■ • ■ , • i-':í L —.—i .—— . > • v V' . • . . ••I Jam ,V -X ■■ ■ ;• 1|| I RB111*4>, ' WU ' ■ISfo ,'( \ • '1 T." A " Shoes. Big stock men's satine Bals,; $1.50 Shoe, while they last at.......*.$1.00 Our genuine solid leather Vici Kid "Crown" $2.50 Shoe; our price".. $1.95 Ladies and Children's '-■< ' - " " ' Shoes. Big assortment. Prices too numerous to quote. pwaU|. :'nl Éllh .. waere if I ., A .. , i ' i mxi SL JL_. .S flPiP v/.'.-D-"' S ■'.Fa s feng as the Auction intend i r* Mil . >day., .Ipíe a & ' \ ier continues a$. V kg? r . ' y ' te? W&m^WHRr—- ffiii I¿ís §|}pa¿M " '*r:' •' A full assortment, many styles, *11 si- zes, at 95c, 4&c, 47c, 45c, 24c and... . .28c Ladles' 6ilk Gi idles ,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 4 May 1903

te of financial success in- volves the formation of those hahits of saving which in later years mature and ripen jnt'o riches. W|th the agriculturist a certain amount of risk must be in- furred,-but he who deposits Id this bank does so with a feeling of security, that can not be shaken. i wh!s Orange National Bank. RE.L. S. cava! e of the notified the Orange he will arrive in this %:vz he inapection. ve btfllt up they are ir to sus bt that success- Juvenil* ¡birthday Party. Master Jay O. Crager, the young and interesting hopeful of Mr. H. Crager, entertained emite a number of bis friends Saturday afternoon, in com- memoration of bis sixth birth day. The little fellow was overwhelmed with a flood of DpcMMBtittf Aod is now of tbt oDin* Ion that birthdays beat Christ- He en nile Hp hi eroinen in .ment series, been postponed Messrs. Call and loot were in y afternoon an extension on the past excess? jstree ther and the jjov- shooting grounds their team orac- Orange boys, like granted the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 4 May 1903

4, ;^K!| ■ wm rM W i* V * 4'« S* IH KATB8 OH i|« ^|rC (í|| Wrot «=-===== f.f V 'í . ff M^SSs:.' Tmdvd imr Arcnuioon at Focm:T*nrrr Oaux , ,;f • '* Sn*DAT« Exoaento. g|W-; | ORANGE, TÉXÁS, MAY 4,1003. ""'''.■,■■■■"■ ' •.■"■■ ■ -'' ■ 1. • . ' , ' OUSLEY'S FAREWELL TO GALVESTON. Mr: Clarence Ousley, managing editor of the Houston Post and president of the Texas Press Association,, has resigned his position as presi- dent of the company which publishes the Galves- ton Evening Tribune, sold bis stock in that insti- tution and written "his valedictory to the people of Galveston. It is, as might have been expect- ed, beautiful, tho' in prose; solemn, thó' hopeful, and pathetic in that it breaks old and sacred ties. The true editor makes ldye |o the better ele- ment of the people, while frith scornful spirit ápd 'M| heavy ijand he pushes down and backward the bad. He grows insensibly but intensely, into the hearts of the people, whom he leaches him- self, in primary pleasant lessons, to loy...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 4 May 1903

mm m I , Hi HbMI wmm m " ¿¿WWi!, Him and dry 1 t tlitre w on. 11 soon make it, iinct in the cfty. I «Die lots within from of the n offering at LOW PRICE -.>■ v"->. to am ASY after at once. and on ERMS. Don't put off buying all tl*c good one* are «pía. ww* HH ' xi I ,'' H /: ' f|| ' W «íV' * fli^ J8I M |f|§ m\; % 1 ¡I w* ima " *v *> v%V**gg4 tyfm :.'iái kwiJhttr uárav/tft '* l At —.< 1 vfrv a1 ; .*< * __ _ ...,, "■'y" ,...- / iptiW'' 'fM ■';' ::í s, ■ vKs; ,. ;. '¡,' -J*. tttl Í •mvwWi M'.:: W W r* jv.>f .«* >.'• ■•'• OnAÑee, TEXAS. m&m o Maxwell * JtevtMcj and. Hang ■MM era mm* UM Of wail paper* MU«1 mmwim wT tfiScAfá. -at-law. OfflMlt °*Wt BURT McbOÑALD AnMIMNi Print and %sp. Ltak • BiUdlat. > ' sw!PB|-< pp8S8|®l^^itiíi Oranga, Taxaa. A 6A L0R'S MASCOTS; üw. ■ —<*1' . .. fe- Coll««tlo* that Ito Ttkn from (k* no . Tar £ JjjtaWdr i prov*frat moat ofvipr **>'al.*fuuien whpo g*t ashore spend their money, be awn or Jew. with a larlab Hatvk feeve ia l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 4 May 1903

' mí mi 4 .'lin.'i'.i ¡ flsL YOUR '"m nmmmd >Hi Local and Personal i. i wM W. E. Lyons of Crowley was in the city Sunday. |f Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Owens, Saturday night, a fine boy. I !■ '■ '' - * Bishop Galagher returned to Galveston Sunday eveniug. Ira scott is back mont. from Beau- Charles Allen returned to No- na Sunday. Arthur Turner spent Sunday in Beaumont—on business. '* e^rnrnm G. Melsky, a well ^Jcno.wn drum met tra veling out of New York, spent Sunday in the city. The vacant room in the Link building, corner Main and Fifth i, is being fitted up pre- tory tooccupancy by a lumont firm. Details later. ffiSk. . ■ K- iler left this morning La., tp confer nbermen. V -*— Tan Willey, a rice* farmer, : into the city this morning. : is elated over the crop pros- Mrs. A. Gilmer has returned to San Antonio after a visit to her daughters in this city. Bishop N. A. Gallagher ad- ministered the Catolic ceremony a cbnfirmatiorrclass of Wen * Sunday morning. In the af- %eraoon, at the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 5 May 1903

I £iiix ■ )'<■ v. If tHÉ *f 6" k''^ mm IA1 ÜMSifl *• •.■•* ;■! I. MAY /• tWm-y mes of their BBSmí aim !• toliavi i;É|f II.;,, Mol * r« dollars with usVrWond%ful how money RFOws according to our plan I of 4 i>er cent interest,, seml- | annually compounded, If you dont understand about it, ask . or write us. , Mm" ■ill gsmfa e National Bank. llME. ■M «MB '"* on the To rub •ÍJW. NM*Mnr.*«a tan all NT MM , In qttite "Jé •A cartons relfcotf bygone time . ably tkt only one lit England, still It, to a and noocn- and the Tbe Italian is lively. Of. His tangaagv and •a. of rof It Is due to tbe one rocog- iTtjrfm potion, of Asps* at dagger* ■MM powsffwi 1 to thta way PR pro- • "great tbe chief- : bin sit bis Bstst Isst oos I tbs chief cam Into bis I bs wai coldly sat soon i' wbei*. s pnsencs sa attend- with s single cop or colfsa Id bis hand, which bs of- fered to the cusst. Tbs iattsr could * w*S U# T.Sh w Q|HVW I- •, m/rjfmW IMW> "***7, not fail to undsratand that bs wss iloafitail ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 5 May 1903

Oranice.Waa,aaeeconA 11 rt mil Castle li , whcdo mm* WMim< i#f§$""" ■ ■■ ■ ,;V.íí: ' ft ATTBKICOOII AT FoJÜIsTmWpS O ouoo*. rai BafM ORANGE, TEXAS, MAY 5,190a. The question of the hour: ce trust?" "What about that This is glorious, jsn't it?. Jest in time agfain, Exactly what we need. Today is what our. friends across the Rio Bravo celebrate in great shape, el cinco de Mayo. There are things doing in Mexico. 'Ái* jc-rr^* t v. < .• • . .■ Governor Lanham's last word to the legisla- ture was a vety warm one, but Ge! it's like a peat coal in Labrador. §§pí ■■ ■ "i" 11' 1 If Orange bad deep water it ^Mald be the ¡greatest cattle shipping port in the world- All these cattle now going via Pent acola to South Africa should be shipped from a Texas port. - * The General Conference committee of the Seutfc Methodist church is meeting today in Nash- to select the place for holding the coiftfer- ¡ in 1906. The conference is held arery four ' ~r--" s grand lodge of Knights of Pythia6 0t Tex...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 5 May 1903

mm « 'A-1 s H H ¡^Éatós id ew o water st 4t'« what it tü e citv. Jfl re wai g around that lection. T mm valuable, and will too irab'lc lots within of the offering at ool loc ones once. /'T 9R JACKIE BURGLAR &wl£0^ y f" --W m iHotWat&Heattnt • - - ™ ' work All work "T'H11 • '• -Vi Hangers w *1 wall papen and are prepared " a« W M figure on dfUnnd DromDtlr part of the^clty BHg. N*.1, 5<fc-9f. ¡ni mmmmrnim Office at Court BURT MCDONALD Architect. \ Bino Prints and Office: Unit Building. Orang*, Texas. ■''v-4'V New 'Phono 4M. Eastin 4 Storks Livery and Transfer Stable. m I Geo. r. poole ras. un mí AcciatNT w, JUs B*tlél*§, - . . rexAS. . BRUCE, FHTMCUI. MANGE. TEXAS. Curable Disease*. ale Diaeaaes a Specialty. ■■■ ■ j||^' CONSULTATION FREE. • p m. OnwrioM, JM*. b ifmumfumcmfi0t) t « TERM of Imprisonment to to a certain degree like the brand of Gain, becatwe it leave up- on tito person a peculiar man- ner or expression which to indelible. Especially to thto true when U con rio...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 5 May 1903

YOUR BUS/ IS SOLICITED. Wc Strive t N CMrtfHM. Promiit. CartfW u* u ' (midlnl mitk AknMi Sifiiy. I Local and Personal, Orange and this vicinity was via ited/ by a fln« rain this morning. R. S. Robertson returned last night from a hurried trip to Beaumoic. Judge Nicks arrived in> the city this morning. He came over to hold a habeas corpus trial of Dug Harrli. A marrikge license- was issued this _ to W. N. Dandridge stod -4fh y- GeOi -Stuff, . Capt. Chas. Davis of the Katharine returned last night from a business trip to Beaumont. Mrsv Will Ford 'and Misses Annie awl Fdna 8a1. ihv" left ibla" mi .T.'ig <V? a ahort visit to friend? and rela- i'vm in Houston. E. L. Reld left this morning for Lake Charles to attend the conven- tion of rice men. TV''."'"— >■ "' the ceremonies of Pkst Communion and Conference 8undkx morning. Father Moran met him at the train and drove him to the handsome . of Mrs. A. B. Munroe on Pine si where an elaborate' dinner served to him in company with 'Fa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 6 May 1903

¡iMí ... . .,B?3wm ^ÍB. ¡ Wmm ma<$r**miww TE) own. af Uta I-ta the city "U purpose of tor Cap. array of ksews how to raí DOin mi and Captain R D. ler with mug HP d aim of moat men's to have homesof their Not no hard iflyou'll I lay by your apare dollars with us. Wonderful how money grows according to our pi an I of i per cent interest, semi- I annually compounded. If you dont understand about*it, ask or write us. '•A'"v • :r' : v "• ■-*. • National Bank. The Knights oí Pythias will moot tonight. . ~*f - Revival service* continue at the ChrUtlaii church. ....-4 The Methodist choir orchestra will oractlce tantaht The Salvation Army will hold street tasvtas and barracks preaching to- sight . Kpworth Lesgus Meeting. Bpworth League net last Mon- f night la their. parlors and held a T ta tersa tin# business meeting. Reports from each ot the depart were rsad and accepted. The League decided to have a ban- ket lunch soeial on the court honi lawn neat Tuesday night, and all the are reques...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 6 May 1903

WmSK •u sao walks of beautiful Orai dónt want the ladies to your sidewalk, do you. Tenuis Khbt ArtMnoos 8um i 1 AT Fonm:TmiCTi O-ahoqa, ffSB ORANGE, TEXAS, MAY 6,1908. . , ... ;j ...... , .. f lg. '■ JfffS. BISHOP'S LAST SORROW; ' ' - , -^c' ' Mrs. Julia Truitt Bishop has a personál friend >ib every old member of the Press of Texas, with which she was forbears so closely identified, and her sweet storiés have endeared her, as well, to " the reading publi<%-of the entire country. „ It is, then, with almost universal sadness and sympa- thy thattije news is received of her latent great sorrow. Alongside of one ol Mrs. Bishop's charm- ing sketches on the editorial page, of the New ins States last Sunday was tips: 'Yesterday afternoon Miss Pearl Truitt, the lovely young daughter of Mrs. Julia Truitt Bish- op, who has for some time been a valued attache of the States, died at the family home near Ham- mond, La. Miss Pearl had just budded into lovdv young womanhood, and all the worm'...

Publication Title: Orange Daily Tribune
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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