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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 29 December 1903

tmm ti «ne ÍERER ELECTROCUT- ER DIFFICULTIES. DO* 1 ruRf Avenue a n Uk. ág 1 aad US or ad WÉM& ——— ONE •I* LO*T- «ii R«;tu — „ fresh in Hall. lS4f ' scarf pin. Pre A% barber shop. *nd receive re db-tf white, with .« ~Jwer* to UM of "Jack." Finder will leave at thin office and receive reward. Six LO#T—from Doc aad Poor show, Finder will return to tWa office aad receive reward. 29 *tp ROBIRTJ^J^gUCE W. B. SIMMONS ..DENTIST.. U1T ALVAT& IR AltüMIICB. clan S-H TO KILL 71 ™ „&iwL mm . sWS >■>!/>« ! of the Electric Current Bsssary Before Life fat Extinct. Press. If., Dec.29 —Prank White ( put to death In the elec- ; the slate prison here to- [murder of George Clare, criba, Oswego county, by each of 1740 volts, ilf atnpeers, were applied was pronounced dead. Mirth oontaot a strange throat made the physl- and horrified the spfec- — second contact the head mH brilliantly and there " f burning hair. ? nuffalo, who was seat- t row, suddeuly pitched (••II to the floor while...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 29 December 1903

P-'V! bísm fe.' JH I I ■ •mr SECURITY OF FUNDS j& g|r LIBERALITY OF TREATMENT JE CONSERVATISM OF MANAGEMENT Are Worthy of your caralal comideration. They km km ctosely followed by the First Na tional Bank ■v."; \rr, j v.;• f . . ' day books cash ui to thea cuk atlributed iu TOUt BUS1RCS8 IS SOLICITES na matter how Itrge ar haw «Hill L \ J .. - l to 800 pages, «ii rulings aod full] w* ' ' . m 1 « *, i, = ijliilii¡i*itii|n|i I 1 I I ill IHM'l O. E. M-ilee, of Crowley, «pent «ev 4 eral days in Orange and returned LOCAL AND PERSONAL. HShPI II 1 II 111 1 I II nil III Mrs. J. Fred Holland, of New Or- leans. is In the city visiting relatives. '* ' ■ t . i J. W. Weaver, timber sum for the Lutcher tc Moore Lumber company, Is in the cit# on business. J. Lee Herford. postmaster at Green- burg, La., is in Orange on a business Tieit and attending the Carnival. , home Harurday. I W. F. Van Arsdel has recovered from a severe illness and is able to be about his duties again. ]R. C. Conn, a well...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 30 December 1903

.S, V. . KTTW. SMU Hi. V 0; . ;; ;t ■ ,• . _|S M of t Bankini trusted to Ui Rcceivc tion. We Shall be G| Share of Your. Buiineti. mm®*- * •".íi - NOE N JJUIM IIIU.II. U.1H ÜH ;ot OF •-Jtiwb proves the ooodn.es s KN no as well a all and they coat H. f .MY... HOLIDAY STOCK fm ¡¡.fc. «ten Í AÍ! W. P. McFarlai • ^ rtpai• pivviii vwm*• • i A.J Dm. IP—The foreign received {r«Mir «T *- today t* nor* pe**im!*tic edi- o'clock { H« rett of Wa which o** IIUi or of The Thla old te ttti j Dr. P. *r will liter to so hy hla j WmC] B. Mm. John At:. Tel M whJcfc ¡PSH ' — I m ■ vita ta attention to the fact that the iTtft, 11111 wam u unknown man whom b« •aa hMw>< of the ~ ■ s I ■ n UV>..II^.L ||^ totfwtf >M''É m lember iSPStlll.,. We have ~ ,b<P '<7# ':r. Una. to0Ll R. B.1 tea °* ralfm viait trtto. 7' ear fifi Jote rived I •nd ln«nt] Kfl tine tie I pal IfiwM. i ■§¡11 RIBÜNE. the ;lil MEMBER Or THB ASSOCIATED PRESS. apenaer ORANGE, TEXAS. WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON* DECEMBER 30. 1*03 NUMBE...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 30 December 1903

lAPHINt. CO I*. INM. H . i-'ivH ■'«.W, '«aW—iBP l *i m« j-oMtomce at orange, «a Hef.oiui-OlaH Mall MWUÍ I® m on Application Advertí* Issued Every Afternoon. 8undav« Excepted. rz ORANGE, TEXAS, PEC. 30, 1908. ROOM POR ANOTHER RICE MILL. The cultivation oí rice In Orange county Iibh reached thst stage when it is reasonable to believe that another rice mill In this city wouia prove a paying Investment. It is conservative- ly estimated that there is an average production in this coijthty of one hun- dred and fifty thousand bags of rloe annually, to-say-nethiug-of the prtv duction of the adjoining territory out- side of Orange county In Texas and li the parishes of Loui$l#na. all of which territory Is tributary to Orange. Then too. the rice acreage 1b being increased every year, and It is understood that there will be In cultivation during 1904 fifty per cent more land la grow- ing rice than was in ubc during the present year. The Orange rice mill, one of the best in the entire rice belt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 30 December 1903

ONE LIN lii Hit Trite- tt wltt .com your wants Orange liisr up 448 or ad Oreen DIOtf fresh la . A. Watson, City Hall. U-tf •liver make searf pin. Pre in ¿aiton1* barbar shop, office and receive re dh-tt dot; mhlf, with answers to tba Finder will leave at this OHM and recolta reward. LO0T.—From Do« and Pony show, fnonkey. Finder will return to Ule office and receive reward. 29 ftp CUT. Iflatlon is to B< the Matter. >n Poet Special.) Tex., Dec. 30—Unhnowft red to have been inaplr- the big oil companies ncrnt and Northwestern jpany'H wires from Bat- iga and again between Kountze on December which the big Paraflne ■in. with the result that that place was prne- |ff from communication side world. The J. M. Bum company has a pri- wire into the new oil waH of course reserved own use. me people and others in- Ife field regard the fact as rant that the wires were he place and lime men- e company announces Its have the matter thor- I and inveetlgatéd, with gftetectlngjthq persons re- thi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 30 December 1903

h m-mw ¿ f ^y. __, ;.:. _ _^ _ ■¿- 'i .? y'íj1*' ^.' ,'i ■ ■'■ •'*'■ . HE..' iSl Kffc liyii fi*/ ¿V* «'ÍÍ SíisK ■" :•,.•;• ' i: A:'¡-:: .. ■ , " : ,/• . ...•;,. ,:-s" V >■'■ -".Vi • * '• ' ' • •' ','i Fli, 4VL"l) - 's lüSiBSKÍIsítií ;v-r ;:p:glyí;;as •; ;iv |ppsj| PI sasB ■i.. ¡V' '' «mm, ñ 88! w p§hiíhh| HÜ1 V&Mmmmam m,; MlK® I M-\ ^•;;;. ¥| * feft ggJRySr '< "'' KB ' '..'. ? • feji ;■:.' . PA «JH9 $,* - I 1 $ UT there are very few people who can buy them became it requi or the government keeps the bonds. Orange City Lots are Better bccause 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 sale a* government bond* and better, because ■■■■■■ll i alucs.' Government bonds have oiily doubled in «Sf r-y.:m j in the past two years, and with present prospects will double again in the next two year . Is there any reason why you can't participate in the inc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 31 December 1903

¡pfffl RSSSSt •fer/ííJ# - V' E^émÉkzIfc B MIMHR OP THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. Retches the spenders ''■Mi." ii '■ Ak ■ ■" ': ' V «if™ e &wkáisís . „ . —.■ AFTERNOON, DECEMBER 31. 1903 -¿-.fc-J—; _ 0 DEATH e Second Greatest In Thai City's His- Catastrophe of the Occurred Within a Space of Ten Minutes Time- Were Burned, More Were Suffocated By Gas, But the er Part Were Trampled or Crushed Under Foot. t«u IM Ite what fit I "I"!1"I"!1 only * legacy of yesterday's moo- + that the list of fatalities of the + six fcusdrsd when the information «f> + various morgues Is 564 dead, 4> the word that of the 167 In- 4. + at Tie, but It Is estimated that maay 4* I> a largo majority of them. 4. say that the elty Is stunned by + enacted when the threatre became a Cham 4. la hundred* of liome* today. •{• and pity boyond the potency of *|* + without a dissenting voice decided to <|* days In order to asalst In every way in caring 4, wds came sad went around the morgues where the 4 mt of the di...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 31 December 1903

Daily Tribune i im<oa«Ai HiNa eo..ruausnsws. OMM, Ú. USI*. l*WWWW1r. grr--gffia¿rr v, '■ "' 1 '"'""i1 «BMired 1 luc roittolttue at Orange, u Hccouú-Ola * Mall Mailer Rmn (fife Subscription lUtM. *8 <$ On"Moa"ttlh * M Adveníame Hateo on Application. Every Afternoon. SnndavsKxcepteU. M "/* ¡HJ ORANGE, TEXAS, DEC. 31. 1908. CARNIVAL WEEK. An Influential cltiaen ha* requested that we write an editorial on a ques- tion of absorbing Interest to the pub- lic oí Orange. That we are only too willing to do so goes without saying. That we could do so Is a matter of doubt. That we will do is certain— next week The writer here and now oflerB a re- ward of thirty cents—just what he feels like—for any man, woman or child who can write anything, do any thing or think anything but Carnival. How In the name of all that serious can anyone write about such mun- dane things as public interest when right in front of his window, within twenty feet Of nls desk, Is a den of "fierce and untamable, yet ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 31 December 1903

Wm ¿ mi: T and w, fresh In r Hall. 13Wt Jhr* ■hop. ''it "¿tor ^ ' fcni ala m ana receiiT© rf« f dfc-t# S®P? ®k' .J dog; «hite, with I to the i; et Will leave ud receive reward. im yinu im 11 w Dot and Pony show, Viador win return to aad reos ve reward, n ftp TO RENT.—A culta** close lo. three Of Inquire D-31 3t ■o, a . oramos. mu W. B. SIMMONS M ..DRNTIST.. psaymsftSKJSi"' «•n~« Bait.-,;: Si un IIVIIS m ATTKWáMCt. at this point with in- tor many aa available slstance he plank* to the forms, end Before NM|^S#R| H. Blllott, secretary of the company, wss In the build- from the threatre noticing smoke Its cause, street the to- il. Into the ^ t M rushed effort to save as No ladder was the only method of as- was to lash some and throw them across women on the plat- Instructions to place the on the Iron framework, could h« done a fearful loss of Mate ensued, the women were being pushed every Instant into the alley snd hy the time the bridge was oonnected but few remained to take advantage ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 31 December 1903

ni CM' I'#. d 11I • ■;> ■• v , . , f f & . v'" ■ Í:w-dfaJÍ ?n?tSw! fife# ii*i y HHhHS 3141— m L( >yu.j • '••>'.'• .'JiiwJLsí-.-vA'íiW'vt ■. É^awai^i'v^awew^-- iwi'ww—c n¡i«a§ "■;i"' .■.. iv \ -r '- ípfy ,* LOCAL AND PERSONAL. linn mi ii mi Read the ad of the Sabine Clothing Store. ■=•.,. Was Jante Smith, after spending the holidays at home in Orange, returned to Jasper this morning. Prof. L. H. Shelter, the well known tobacco expert, located Nacogdochea, stopped off bare last night to visit his slater, Mrs. W. E. Culpepper. Be an route to Nacogdoches from Maw Orleans. ■ Miss Margaret Schloaser, who baa | been here two weeks visiting bar sis- ; tar, Mrs. E. Eckart, left this morning tor a week's visit to friends in Lake Charles. The mor.- y ti buy at the Sabine, 1 the more you save. F. F. FINE CLOTHING We arc sole agents for _ for ^" Celebrated FeshfTeimer Fischel Tailored Clothing. A line of tbeifi goods will be on our coun- ters for Spring- CRAGER BROS. Elegant Banquet...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 1 January 1904

«#J Jm, ¿i., ' ® m^wÉk l ■■^P KÜ : n Í ® & if I I él fe *Í*V ;': k\v « ■•« !•, íli ■ *■ JE HPS NRWM j1'¿i ®F sa PR MEMSKft OF THC ASSOCIATED PRESS. > . . ; ',, ^===ac ORANGE. TEXAS. FRIDAY AFTERNOON. JANUARY 1, 1904 - ' ■'■ ~ ^'~ ' '" y-j^fe-s ¡NUMBER 237 — "i 1 'ni H ni -i i ISHED 1882 ^ 22 YEARS IN ORANGE ******$ -r— Iwwl é-:'ÍsÍ rrn 1 WmSsmrnm ffl" :*4-l YEAR'S GREETING: HIS Announcement will interest every one who wears clothes. The Spring of 1904 will find us in enlarged quarters, where we will be better able to cater to the wants of our customers. Our name has always represented Reliable Goods, and, as in the past, we mean to have it so in the future. After twenty-two in Orange, we can safely say YOU KNOW US! : : : : : : : : : : h mm %ii >11 "V1? H General Manager. I, Asst. Mgr. GER, Special. WALTEft A. GUNNING, DAYTON S. PERRY, ABE L. MILLER. ACHILLE LEHMAN, Dscsrstsr. LEON BERNSTEIN, Asst. Cashier. MRS. M. DEASON, Ladies Ready-to-Wear. MISS LOLA BALL, Gen. Sales La...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 1 January 1904

pp ertintnc Kat M on Application, very Atleruoon. sunCav* ORANGE, TEXA8, JAN. 1, 1904. A CORRECTION. Orange. Tex. Dec. 31. '03. Editor Dally Tribuno: In your editorial, "Room for An- other Rice Mill." In your issue of the 80th, an injustice has been done this company, which, we are inclined to be- lieve, from past friendly and fair treatment at your hands, was unin- tentional, and came froih misinforma- tion, rather than any desire on the part of the Tribune to hurt a growing home Industry. I refer to that sent- ence in your editorial reading, "The Orange rice mill one of the best In the entire rice belt, cannot ait present handle the product of Orange oounty, and by reason cf this fact, some growers are shipping thoir rice to mill at other sections." Tho fact is not one sack of rice has ever left Orange County since tHls mill was erected that could not have been handled by the Orange rice mill; the only rice that has been sent to other mlllB has been shipped by parties who thought ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 1 January 1904

I'lSPSWWiJl !««« '' < wi VfflmZ '.:'<■ Wwi^BrW iSRiiaF, ^PW8 -"V'v- >i I ■■"•'■!' >"M< v r it Ml r Ml. ■ in iiif'n «'Ir' «IHlWuO'"H"'-*1 ■"i,""L'— if£ WHY YOUR COFFEE 18 BAO. I' B "w lor The will ooM mm PUfli > ■; • ■■■■■ wVwS m or ad - fresh III Hill. lS-tf — scarf pin. Pre i* barber «bop. and receive re dh-tf doc; «bite, with l; aniiwere to tl Under will leaf* receive reward. ' Do« «M Pony show, . Finder will retara to receive reward. M Itp TO at Tribune RBNT.—A tbree or eloee In. Inquire ' ' WANTED—Bright boy about sixteen yedra old: mu«i reside with párente, and hgee good public school record, «al tt CRAOBH BR06. ,,0*,*TWftAJWucs SSMMM Ttaae _of* rTWwl NiVHNMiii u" u"na -l r S. QlVi AT ECHO TO PACIFIC rE8. § By Two Orangcites and X F. Ryari, Traveling Freight and Pdsssnger Agent.—Flaahllght Picture* Banquet M all. dome one were of the Ci yesterday an elai dinner iiiri P. B. CLRRY & SON, • h *' urn «M I# tt '■ • t 9MAIWX. TEXAS. S st ** mm 3tcr Stable A. R H...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 1 January 1904

mSM OF %vJsSK3 HI jsaw#'1 f/lfsr NATION/ mi to cukt in lH|IWlt «ll ■l"l,.l"l,l"l .l ■! 111 1 | H M l ^ local and personal. Kfó F. F. FINE CLOTHING Íi local and personal. f : Wc arc «ole agents for '■*i 4- Orange for the Celebrated 1MHH1I111 11 HI 11 FeshheimerFischel Tailored ipatbtc cure are permanent Clothing. A line of their the ad of the Sabine Clothing g°od,8 Wj,U *?c on our coun- .ters for Spring. — * I CRAGERBROS. more you buy at the Sabine, the more you save. Arch Loooey .spent yesterday Orange vtelttag his parents. !n F. H. Farwell returned yesterday from a business trip to New Iberia. Hary O "Nell, manager of the Cree J. P. Clark, master mechanic at Echo tor the T. ft N. O., was In the city last night, taking in the carnival under the* chaperon age of Harry Crager. Ward Jaycox, the photographer, will remain in Orange for a week or ten days longer. All desiring high class cent News hotel at Echo, Is in town on work ,n hl£ |)ne shoul(J h(lve R done at once, this probably bei...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 2 January 1904

mmmamm \\\\\\\ WjfrlMNMMS Mfia HRBH is; V; íSPá's HfWS® M m MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRE88- — ... , .. . ORANGE, TEXAS. SATURDAY AFtEMtOON. JANUARY 2. 1904 r„i=r~ ■nnmnn Lvjooui Reaches the bpenaers NUMBER 238 ia iiiii(l iiii..iiiiiiiiiii'ili>^riVii«iiiii BROTHERS ESTABLISHED 1882 ^ 22 YEARS IN ORANGE ■' ■■■. ; V, .'V' v * , v; s:' J> • ■ 1 ,i(1 1 ■" , ' " ' ■ ' 111 f . ■ EW YEAR'S GREETING: 00 fe ^ ^ ^ ^ HIS Announcement will interest every one who wears clothes* The Spring of 1904 wiU find us in enlarged quarters, where we will be better able to cater to the wants of our customers. Our name has always represented Reliable Goods, years in'Orange,- we can. safely say YOU KNOW US! 90 25 HAKKY CKAOER. General Nasa] LOUIS WBENSTEIIf, Asst. Mgr. HENRY A.4KAGER, Special. WALTER A. GUNNING, DAYTON S. «PERRY, ABE L. MILLER. ACHULE LEHMAN. Decorator. LEON BERNSTEIN, Asst. Cashier. MRS. M. DEASON, L&dies Ready-to-Wear. MISS LOLA BALL, Gen. Sales Lady. 1 :: OUR BUYER will leave for ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 2 January 1904

ohm. M. (MM. ré*m*uy. ' „« ai «c , oxtomce «prange. H ««sond-OUu Mall Mattar L j , ■ i- rii.M ;y.-?.:T 1 RAMS'. ^ ¡¡ AívénUtDü U ie« on A| . ';£y-' H :Jls>Vi #ffíi y. «.•>> . JiiáfiaSRÁ . |í / ÜJ B: 3 ■■ -jai— -rrnr:-;, ; - «jll fiK tói I as '■■'vi !'(• ií.A. Xíi ripW $f; ■* 8S3SSSSSÍ mmmM mxtn*vm*w •The foliating letter o«rt DAllftH, 1 &X.t IJ6C. «u, oD •|Ír.ÍtOw*e*, I, Chairman ,F¿W Coxwnittr- ■iplBMHp ■ urwlB®' m' I e aw pleased to nwn *^9MUVH| -y| "-Í with favorupon thej^ made by us «orne HWm$M ISJI J do not. ««WW c _á^1S¿¡írí5 i %glRJ • «guin de [ «á¡gá^M4 [r¿>v Ái . ' í'r-'-7¡7, . WKKKfimm , r.l.*. Tí.' H ** . 'r^!í A WP* xiwki owned by cannot;' be conHldoreil : of the equipment of year ¡Ste- : for reaHoiití we have set out §: Of October 20th a^Maed Ortmeyer. and we, therefore, : you kitidly Inform m flWMte- fe'] pw J. ; i ■ To^soar from earth and *- ■ Ú'- ■. ., ... • '■ of your council to Install the orMttlrmal nniilntnorvt |j t ; rati Ith care your favor- non...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 2 January 1904

' '■Ki ■ W-S; Ü ill .:\ ■ m *ww* H2uiJk '•«frBfeíáí'-íW f * ^ • ipv 11 y.-' «y NÜi OETR BROS. —i ,'! ■■•<■'' r-TaSS ~"i M® rOCetfB IWFBÜBir' mi áfli J 2 «* election taw. Z>\ It U bung to aMy> ft Ml many vital 'a. lodge A. 0K& at* toéked •nd senate 111 and Wt It ■ {MMMi «¿tire household /r' tU WW prwlnct MHNPlflftnNl Its provisions. estimated, títere ere precinct* la Testa*, tve a net of offl- r, to conduct the theae electíon la fixed at $2 per da/, delivering the return* II $2. Aside from at liwittf ex* to furntah the supplies, excl ■Ü rails The total r hoIdlag ilSj the law M for ma. It IBftht r tH* H IL A miller «ad hie so* the male between them, Passersby made merry let the male dow the hoy tor rising I | i ted and the filler rode, tor making the little hoy walk; Jeered at them tor their cruelty drote the mulé ahead; but many might fMe.v- r- 'V a - ■0 miller'* son. ' to ysStsrday's M;Í J serai elec- presidential ,.m, Quiti mount and aitéd ■" ex- operatlon j flaring on...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 2 January 1904

m B * ; Svk ■ /■' ' ! . .. / "'^ll L'WvWIRb >-«<• >' * . ■ • turn on U. 8. Bonds ,. and Fixtures .... 8,500. C- Fund with U. ^11 ' " " ' in Vault and with * ' % ; ^68) ISO. 07 !]?o$al -. ¡ 7 fiii I f t t | "®> o o Ü1 ■ o £ We give you MORE QUALITY for LESS I PRICE than any other o store wmrm'B1 i-bsvtrvrtrt a c amnr Price wdl ~ m o o o s 3 DON'T TAKE OUR® WORD POR IT—JUST TRY: : : : : : : o D. Mossiker i Everything I MEN AND BOTS WEAK ; 10 0OOOOOOOOPQPQEQPQg&flPfiv .H.fr -H j I I 'l I 'l -I-l"!-!"!- P LOCAL AND PERSONAL. * f ■i- i 'i 1111111111 H-M-H- Osteopathic cureB are permanent Read the ad of the Sabine Clothing Store. Mr. and Mm. Womack Bpent several days in L*ke Charlen J. P. Marta, of Lake Charlea, 1b In Orange on business today. sasasa MsvfSlú ,,R|pipi.. , IptST INCREASING. Victims of .the .Chicago .Pirn .Now Number MS. Thlrty.Four , School Teacher* Lost. By Associated Press. Chicago, Jan. 2 —The total number of corpses recovered from the Irrl- quols Theatre...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 4 January 1904

Ráí V.ir;; >.V 'fV '; Me- OüTLOOK supply The Rlr : tZ ote Hope* tor INDUSTRY. 'OK SOOTH AFRICA wenty Thousand MHm •f British Railway May Cam* From T*xa*. New Orleans, Jan. 4.—John Henry Kttfcjr, «feo a frequently represented aa Ike lamber king of the South, presi- de* of the Klrby Lamber oompany, "president of the Pfaatera and Me- chanics' bank of Houston and prin- cipal In half acoten other great oor- anjra that there la $40,000,• at Brltlah money in atore for yellow pine opera torn, and it «til all «orne to them in the next three yaw , Mr, Klrby arrived In the city yesterday morning accompanied by Mr. V. A. Longaker, and put ttp for the «ay at the at Charlea hotel. He H Is sure to come other country can In sufficient quan- pany now haa eighteen mills running fin Texas, and turn out 400,0100,000 feet a year. It la likely that this contract will go to Texas. We have never catered to the foreign demand, but have confined our- selves mainly to the demands of this country. If we wer...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 4 January 1904

m 4 line Hale* on Application. i ' - irT^n--" :• orjr AtternooB. Hundttvs Kxcepted . &. ORANGE, TEXA8, JAN, 4, 1908. LESSON OF THE CARNIVAL. The Red Men's Midwinter Carnival has passed Into history. The Carni- val company have folded their tents and gone on to Crowley, from thence Eastward and eviSntually to Ihe'North- ern States and Canada. The good people of Orange are Interested In no small measure In the future travels of Messrs. Talbott and Whitney and their aggregation of amusement fur- niBhers For years Orange has unjustly labored'under the1® disadvantages of behigKnown among the show people as a "tough town." From things which develop during the stay of the Tal- foott-Whltney company here our neigh- bor on the west has been particularly energetic in fostering the belief among show people and others that Orange was a Rood town to stay away from.! m Ik hrdl * B0 trwy R L :( )..!q f lu rln SKMgy , 22ÓL4tv.le. .Kz cogpva.l - Chronicle. Wm ■i ■ * IP® 111; m ft- That life's gr...

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