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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 9 January 1904

wyw i#?* PWli M.m%w *'M Iks mgmm nmi wiNaf'^-' 'i Mi é The I If aipbá- I to play. BJrery tineas meeting libera with of the club la Director,—IIIm ? Btliel Treasurer—Mine fjM£ Musical IMtta. "/ S - if ana W. C. T. U.—Mr*. C. *. Slade. Preal- ' " y-'r V' ¿«I* if- Meets regularly «very Tuesday af- ternoon at the different churchea. Buotneas meeting Brat Tuesday of the month. Sf! . >«*•' READING CLUS—MUs Gar* t ruda Chapman, '■ ' ' " ' * > afternoon! at avenías of IS OP THE M. I. &■ jDWMBtl Wdi 3:30 with Mita v-fr iw,}\ TMS EA8TI1 ih! month at II at Urn eetlngB every Bun o'aktMiliBMtHhe Kp- worth League rooms. Aleo meets every Thurmday evening. Duelneee meeting first Thursday in arery im^au ■ f v' ' ' UlOBV.1^ . ^ . 1 ¡V. 'l ' '' Mlseion Study and Bra Agent, Miss Annie Sells. Tí-''® # ."'tí 'r W. H. M. a. Woman* Home Mission Society holds weekly meetings each Thurs- day at I o'clock at Bpworth League rooms. Business meeting first Thurs- day la each month. ■$ wr.: LADIES' AID S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 9 January 1904

Hp! i on U. 8. ■ and Fixtures .... ion Fund with U. . Treasurer ... ..... in Vault and with mSM H 1H| Capital Paid in Surplus Fond wmi Other Bank $. Undivided Profit 8,800.00 Dividend No. 7, payable : January 7th. 1904 1,880.00 Circulation : ¡ Deposito,... J Total . . . . IM Total íAv es=s= g a g y<TB vm^rryg y a 'Brtnnnm as® m • * • *v . 1W. 129.07 .<«07,844.07 1 o • 2 5 2 o o o o o p • ' • We give you MORE QUALITY for LESS PRICE thin any other store :::::::: DON'T TAKE OUR WORD FOR IT—JUST TRY: : : : : : : : °L i ¿BRs¡¡ o ' o o >; o Sf§ O o fewí'j. -M o i D. Mossiker Everything HEN AND BOYS WEA8 ^OOOPQOOOOPOOQOBgagflflgCgg? Hamilton-Brown Shoes. We are sole agents for Orange for the Ola Reliable Hamilton-Brown Shoe Co's. Shoes. A complete assort- ment always in stock. / Crager Bros. ■Col. W. D. Betti leaves In the morn- ing for Dallas, where he will remain probably a week. _______ County Judge W. J. Wingate has re- turned from a several day ' visit to Houston. ■« Miss Lil...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 11 January 1904

1111? Mtt , «><. t V .'.r: jf-Mi ¡íifeM1 ■': :'(^;í;v'ffe'®S¡í 1 i. ;¡.v . '. : ■'iii? iwmwss,*1:. '{•■.«•iimmaa f(i Jiff- v'V^'i **. '•■,■'" ■■' !.'X< ¡*'""\)'i *• * •"'• A 5$ 3HB1 KliiHíiilHHi Hü HAIttlS ttfiüiSII ÍHBWíWSfi i . W fttl ASSOCIATED PRESS. y.^'i V1,' ■■■ ,};fMi- ■ké wp raJL. WWmm mm+m> ....I ^ijj..'j^j«^ jjjtj ••¡"l"" 'i . I. JANUARY 11,1904 ,r v ,TC. v , , 7'),. , ,■ ,|> J. J . ,%S ■^i --fe ';iiv##ííi p| ; . •••/VV-rjÉ? ylr&gSE? ^ ' ]1|mÍ rasix 'vis' ^■■Mp^pppppp^p ■Mém Lri:i u^j fe¡ V,. , % u <F-t - , ./.)! ■ V HP '•I • '• i\,.Y'; ' . '^,-m ta, •íW' vi'.- |S I Mil N ü í. 'i±A i: jW í$¡B&J $:t iw fe . ; ■ ■' ■ ■■■■■. ***** • Sp-.tí - NUMBER _. . : ; ( .Ji'.V ■ 11!' (•:,.. ■ - <& 22 YEARS IN ORANGE ¡«I rSJ 1 (88 > I lái >W M ■btawrin OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS, who have le it possible for üs to conduct a first class DRY CLOTHING and SHOE BUSINESS in old We promised the people we would keep up wants of this and surrounding counties...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 11 January 1904

■i H®ÜP iiy.f . ti,...., ,,.,,'ii, Mi ■tn* tut* on Application. - ■■■■■i— . r Atternoou. Sundavo Excepted. T—S= tANGE, TEXAS, MN. 11, 1904. - THE TRIUMPHANT SOUTH. Ib no land in all the earth Is the love of country stronger or more dominant than In that portion o* this republic commonly known as the Sooth.: That love was revealed to the world not only by the heroic defense made for four years against what the peo- ple of the South believed to be a tree- pBM upon their rlghta, but haa been If poulble more splendidly exempli- fied by their devotion, fortitude and fidelity during the-tiearly four decades ejpee the close of that"great struggle The fortitude, energy and unfalter- ing* devotion of the people of the South to their sorely stricken land has brought forth resultB so remarkable as to challenge the "admiration of the world. The political, commercial and indus- trial condition of the Bouth at the close of- the war bet ween the states was calculated to create despair in the minds...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 11 January 1904

mm rag —. BíIkeekí tfeM had ntóUm ft bible W^ ^ WW* W " w ■•• he tN SCHOOL, •f Education Ad IB mitt- * circular th* study of I to the curricu- la *rtic]« In on* Dr. Tarraseh that chess Is ase ta torn- in Awtkoning tbougbt* tlMi IiiumrIímiIíoii nuil tu ' the wot ad vo- te Germany, — W,'v\ choly, brooding at chtngw •' ' T''•"!'« ill Alnsls*' . AudMn M. oi. "Wall! Well!" aald Doctor Abas to himself. "thin to a mighty dull (Aba for business. If the good Lord doefhi aend an epidemic of something very aoott 111 have to feed the public a few microbe* myself." Just then th* office door opened and to walked Fred Evan*, the village poatmaater. "Hello. Fred!" said the doctor; "tome in and have a seat." "Thank*," aald the newcomer; "I Just came in to awe if you oould tell where Nurse Aliso to at preeeat- the ■ oae, yoiyknow, that was with my «Is 1 ter durflSt her Illness. 1 am going to I the^lty, so thought to call." "Why, yes: 1 had a note from her the other day; you will find her at think a l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 11 January 1904

iBlaKÍ ■ vm* W^iXm m ut#** ^teiÉi^l $ ímñ -r- YOUR NONE If will then be safe from lire and YOUR BUSINESS IS SOLICIT = TRAIN SCHCDUUE. '¿r' Southern Pacific. Éutound— Arrives. No. 4 The "Oriole 1:18 p m. No. f, The "Badger" 6:56 a. m. No. 8 . 10:60 p. m. No. 10 9:50 a. m. Westbound— Arrive . No. , The "Oriole". ...3:16 p. m. No. 6 .*. ...?:42 p. m. No. 1 .....6:86 a. m. No. 9 ...... .8:45 p. ®. Orange A Northwestern. No. 2, leaves Orange 6:30 a. m..-ar- rives Buna 8:46 a. m. No. 1, leaves Buna 1:30 p. m., ar- rive* Orange 3:46 p. m. Be ■ * i LOCAL AND PER80NAL. Wm * + j, •1-1-1-M'l l '1 M M M I I I 1 I If yon have visitors, of if yon know •j# item which would be of interest to a single reader of The Tribune, the editor would appreciate a note or a telephone message to that effect. Or, if any occurrence of unusual interest transpires, a reporter will be promptly sent to the scene. Do not forget the number Both phoaes 26. fjSMamtmi a Teat Weil Will a* i Hamilton-Brawn . " We arc sole «...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 12 January 1904

' : ■ ^ r THE ABBOOIATED Mill. ipfl'r N. JANUARY 12, 1904 :=?íkíJ.v-' be GJad fm&tmima Business. s&je IBM , TEXAS. T =2£ ■■■""■ ■■ In ggsgi 'it P.,! r~™. ■; —- ■—- ORANGE. TEXAS ULUJUL1AJUUUUUUUUUUÚÚUUUUUUUUUC GENERAL ORDERS RBCBIVEO FROM ADJUTANT 'GENERAL'S f- ..OFFICE SII w *" m ■ ■ i I ^■ '::Ém¡iL.:Jtaia "'AC*. AdflStSat General's * Austin. Tot-. JU. . MM. of tito ■ ir IIS, ■■■I thereto. Your attention called to gectlotti W, a* to the time of the year claim for araptlon. Very Respectfully, ill :;ji JOHN A.. HUI.RN&; >; Oenersl Ki Third for the Inne- ñD#PÜ HZ #? Mr person irhaie muñen appear on ■■id list •tall not be uwued tor poll turn other than the Bute poll tax of one dollar for tit support of public school* |or the current year. «ec. 56. The commanding officer erf any company of the Texas National Guard may likewise prepare and ftto a similar list, verified by his Mfldsvlt, between the first and twentieth Wys of January of each year, with the clerk of the count...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 12 January 1904

L matter «a , 9H «0 Three Moathw II BO If One Month #0 . Advertintns Rate* oh Application. %lyrr"ii^irr^:-;ii^Tt'J'-"r-gT I Every Afternoon. Sundavs Excepted. "ORANGE, TEXAS, JAN. 12. 1904. | | "~--r Í SMI Xi'.'ifiK THE WORLD ANO THE BAMARA- RIAN JEWS. InView of tbe relations exit- ing between Russia and Japan and tbe possibility of war as a result of tbese relations, it is particularly unfortunate for tbe former country that the plan for another Kishenev massacre should have been discovered. Public sentiment was already opposed to tbe Muscovite, attd the feeling against him will now be all the more bitter. Public sentiment does not win wars, perhaps, but it has been known to bring them about and to ma- terially affect their results. When the last Kisbenev hor~< ror was so prominent in the public eye an attempt was made to impress ¿.be world it * *. mm * • Dan Cupid's ways are ehady, When wonited in the tray; Faint-heart ne'er wins fair .«lady, Nor, sometime , does fair play. SMi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 12 January 1904

•v - *' _ ' lililí' the inte* must be out of I H To help .... rhich ihest or the whole enU rhich the teacher should striv First, the object is studied And discussed untilall the senses Sre brought into play—touch taste, sight, smell, hearing, an the muscular sense. Thus is ob foed the correct product—the fiternal concept. Secondly, use pictures, mod- els, etc., with judicious Intro duction of such words as syrn holize the object as nearly as possible. Alón* with this, oral language, facial expression, ture, with naturalncsa and illcity ol manner. Making is easiest and most ei t, and therefore, most en jrable mode of expression, and if superinduced by wish to make something that will contribute to the pleasure of father or íother or friend, it will have an If&stimulus for the uplifting and upbuilding of the child's moral nature. Painting and , drawing as modes of expression great interest added to study ' of birds, insects, all nature «tody (much of interest on this point). Third...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 12 January 1904

ISsi MM" 0 ^8|P? mm ■gvgl&Hpss |R« !ipi| ":y: v,' . kW ssíMfiíi ESÍ8H£5'Í ' ' ' Bpf® HLV r-vtf WÁ:''\ '< A $&§ RHP® IÉHHH NHHSw&I« Bkv A 4;CS' ' •^SsVS 1 sii&l ' : ¿-, -U $$WM I 'Vf/'K- wüsl w ¿ M f/ Hai- ■ ^í!^r|^p^pr;^^pp UT there are very few people wh* can ' or the government' 1%'. |Éfcf^ ^ ■ - Lots are Bet Hip II Mi X mm mámm ¡ML because 1 will «ell yon choice residence lots with a balance on easy monthly payments. I Thi makes it <, your money in something just as safe as government'bonds and better, because you will get the benefit of incréfcse in values. Government bonds have only varied a few cents on the dollar in ten year . City lots have doubled in value in the past two years, and with present prospects will double again in the next two years. Is there any reason why you can't participate in the increase of values when you can buy property on the terms I offer ? Come and see me and talk the matter oyer. mi %í-iM'í:ÍXr:V> i-3® ?A' „ V v 1 • 8 mg i ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 13 January 1904

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ■""iiiHjA ' ipjs: JANUARY 13, 1904 , TEXAS, WE ¿6 GO DOWN TO &ÍM ,JL ' m g ANO FAMES NUMBER OF ORDERS YE8TÉROAY AFTERNOON. Shall be Glad HI I; |i| .¿i11 p!|g fe ¡¡ four Bustnttt* $&■; ' i W; MM liKV1"! « * BANK: OR.A.NGE. &£-i «lili i iimmumm mm im imijii! = PUBLIC SGB0ÓIS SUPERINTENDENT FOSTER'S RE- . PORT FOR THE FOURTH- SCHOLASTIC MONTH. mu* Kmmr In ■VSWfl • f • «* Uw as Ta*., 11,4104. Honorable of Oraage, |n, fa ttmM to the re- Hü «. IMS os* . IS04. — s */ >v a I s ♦ s jL Ji; s Í 1 ill < f a s * s 2 s t V 4 as r i M í * ?}' <# * i <* I if't , PWUt B. Lutchtr Stark, Joe Alexander Carroll Kellls, tlawenn J' jl^wiiOil Marguerite Lou Howell, Lola Hosier, Effle Will Powell, Harahel Stephenson, Lola Godwin ,*1 i, , , m m, Oeorge cooper, Luella Stark, f Pearl HesWjfcyfe Htm Bii | Virgil Watson, , Maud Beauchamp, Maud Fuller, Hlldry Paehar, a Nettle Lyon., Walter Wlngate. eneren have beep reported for de- ficient work. There I* a entail month...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 13 January 1904

• v■ >\H ; I r*','' ¡RMSMI i i -' ■V.«&fo iMff'i!*i!^,ji'ti''.:' "■■! OiikanalM^lM. 1-*tl, ; .-• J ■l§:«fi t Kate* on Application. wn* 1 Every Afternoon. Sunclav* Kxceptcd,1 ^ 1 ,, / Y'ü..'1:, ■■ , ",;a'— 1 ;,'l -'■!>■■" - IANOE, TEXAS, 4M4. 18, 1904. at: ^4 STv ¡ÜK n fill J ;■ ? B ' *V'* €.. THE NEW SECRETARY. The Tribune is especially, gratified toy the conservativl'srn expressed by "fl|| Dlckensheets In hie Interview as printed In the Tribune yesterday. -I Mr. Dtckensheets' talk Is peculiarly free from any suggestions of bom- bast, '*1 will do thus- and so," which too" often characterises the expres- sions of promoters. He says It will be his aim to follow the wishes of (the best people of Orange, not to dic- tate to them what they shall have to km do. In other words, Mr. Dloken- sbeets will first find out what the peo- ple want and then use bis best efforts to see that they get It. We think Mr. Dicbensheets Is right, Orange is doing very vroll and is work- along the ri...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 13 January 1904

mmiÁmá S*' WU HkmH y í! W¿¡ > and mí Out ah* • "Mo*t r**«y. mnthart" W ? U #< Garolin* ran la. her «ye* sparkling * U rh* thought of «orne anticipated I pleasure, but «he «topped suddenly. Her mother Mt In jk little rocking- chair, pith her knitting la her hand* f "Vo« «a not gotiiK?" *'rtV1': Mother "katt two. «earn two, all th* •croas the needle" before aha her work Tn her tap and answered Una.- thought—" V *3t Um't what you thought, at alt," Caroline hunt out. "Ha father-earful H*'* found out that you weye gnlftg to have a little pleasure, and he «aid you «boeldn't go! H*'a just aa selfish aa NWÑI ami" "Haah," the au>ther «aid. gently. "Toa must not *poak ao of your fath- er, It wouldn't j>e any pleasure fof. bias ki go gallivant! ' through th#- «made after l*a vu*. and he can't rhal- l«e how much I wanted to. I ought to' stay home an*, finish this aoek anyway, aad probMy I'd hatch cold aad have rhadipnttee. $ 1 went, the wind M'go- tag to blow, too. Maybe thorell be ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 13 January 1904

Capital* Surplus. YOUR MO NE Y ww. u. It will-lheo be safe from fire and rebbers YOUR BUSINESS IS SOLICITED TRAIN 8CHEDULE. Southern Pacific. -• Eaetound— Arrives. No. 4 The "Oriole 3:15 pm. No. 6. The "Badger" 8:65 a. m. No. 8 10:60 p. m. No. 10 .., 9:50 a. m. Weetboand— Arrive . No. 8, The "Oriole". 8:16 p. m. No. 6.. .r. 6:42 p. m. No. 7 6:36 a. m. No. 9........ 8:46 p. m. Orange A Northwestern. No. 2, leaves Orange 6:30 a. m.. ar- rives Buna 8:45 a. m. No. 1, leaves Buna 1:30 p. m., ar- rives Orange 3:45 p. m. 4* 4 •J. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. 4. HE* 4* UNNEEDEO «TRAIN ON HORSES. If you have visitors, of if you know any item which would be of Interest j to a single reader of The Tribune, the editor would appreciate a note or a telephone message to that effect. Or, If any occurrence of unusual interest transpires, a reporter will be promptly sent to the scene.. Do not forget the number. Both phones 25. Charlie Wlynn wpnt to Vinton today on business. C. H. Glflln' and H ~M. Anderson we...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 14 January 1904

w W? ''íTO «M f *m • ^tawi ,,, m ^ w<aP& .:;" ' • . ;- - ■ ;•• > ' / „ • I J Bl R-> HÉ MEMBER Or THK A8 ^^ÜIí lATkD ¡g ' -« Stfc. iNGE, TEXAS. THURSDAY AFTERNOON, JANUARY U. 1904 NUMBER 2- ,í«fó This ¡athej Era of Ready to-Wear Clotting tor Men and Women: ::: . ., , , , ■■■■■■pRIIipppipipHHppVlllppnppi a man and can afford to pay $50 to $75 r made suit, we congratulate you; this is bet- do. But if you pay $20 to $35 for your made-to-order suits, we can do better for you. Try one *"* EFFTailored Suits,or one of our Kirschbaum Made Suits at $12.50 to $25.00. WE WILL HAVE STOUTS AND SLIMS AND REGULARS IN STOCK FOR SPRING- - , WE CAN FlTfYOU. fm y If you are a woman, and wish to avoid the delay, and worry of having Suits and Skirts made, we can suit you ^nd giVe you entire satisfaction^ with one of our well known "Fabian" Tailored Suits ^ or Skirts, made by men tailors. I fell ••'afea I i;' *. I > -! OU| BUYER WILL IfOR-N^W ~ >RK AT AN EA&LY DATE. A complete new l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 14 January 1904

i nic r«*"tuiiic« at Hum Mail Halter m'tt u r '<§ & t 00 Three Months s oo One Month «loe Maten on Application. «1 AO . ' $0 try Afternoon. Suntlav* Excepted. Ptii'"-; ORANGE, TEXAS, JAN. 14, 1904; "WHAT GOING TO . XTX-' ;• • • •• ' '' ,■ OO r.< pV . lv,< II;í^PÍ fa'. ; , ys M¡™¡ 1 ' I . 4 1 tp" iM ■Jf V';' r"' ¿mi sá® ü ARE YOU ' yí >■? •. ■A'.'.-:-- ABOUT ITr Good -people tit Orange, the year of our Lord, 1904, 1b upon ua with all Its cares and crosses, triumphs arid tribu lations, defeats and vtctorlee. The manure of our success, financially, physically and morally, as a com- munity and as individuals, resta with each of us and, tn certain things, with the whole of us as a concrete body. . Since the dawn of time there have evtfr (been men who take the lead in public affairs and, to their credit be It Bald, there be many such men in our pretty town. It Is not right that these public spirited men should bear ail the burdens, however. There is wortt for each of us in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 14 January 1904

Jüi HhH —Hf—w-~- heM within (w1 MI m KÜ W^mñá-'htÁ date | ü Monday In printer's pi leg- the "Ter- m^ «tono, •prion court after «Mb*i openly Ignored, U Is ■ life to govern the conduct K I* the ?"cl «Wee of 10.000 or more. «** vote on in but ideal or e*' the aád es «tech. it a to, rather' bed It k, ta * theme «em but' tew spread over A records the PWW_ a Atiere« i «.ww ■ ÉrilNii^ to '0 per a poll rote t resl- ot i Of real- re- 1 to state one In Janu- poll taxes end vote, *t general of a general after the first of each even l a, m. to « • |t may no one man Ml m d the clause •Ion primary alphabeMcaJÍy. may pay a poll ta* for another except upon written authorisation. Exemption certlfloatoa ara not required execept m A man may wm If he the county* in aeroaa district district la not The much « it'co-ln* of. I with i'MH > vote to minors, • ;. : ; '■ _ i- r ' ' ' *'; V >.'■ ~v,'- •'J'- fVvÍ?.:' ■ 1 .'"V •• rVW®4HT yM$Wt2$ county Issues •d an hour In he has not moved (What kind of 9BMR...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 14 January 1904

S, TEXAS. ■Hi, 3refcg&«s| . Capital, . . Surplus, . V .'.1 r ' t K1 $100. 25,000. Deposit YOUR MONEY liaP&sii ■ It will then be safe Iron* fire and robbers YOUR BUSINESS 48 SOLICITED m i$; TRAIN SCHEDULE. Southern Pacific. Bastound— j Arrives. No. 4 The "Oriole 1:16 p m. No. «, The "Badger" 6:65 a. m. No. 8 10:60 p. m. No. 10 9:50 a. m. Westbound— Arrives. No. 8. The "Oriole" 8:15 p. m. No. 5 - 6:42 p. m. No.'7 .. 6:86 a. m. No. # 6 >45 p. m. Orange & Northwestern. No. 2, leaves Orange 6:30 a. m.. ar- rives Buna 8:46 a. m. No. 1, leaves Buna 1:30 p. m., ar- rives Orange 2:45 p. m. + 4* 4. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. 4. 'I i-l-I.-I-l"!.'!' - Ii you have viBitors, or If you luiow any item which would be of Interest to a Ringle reader of The Tribune, the editor would appreciate a note or a telephone message to that effect. Or, If any occurrence of unusual Interest transpires, a reporter will be promptly sent to the scene. Do not forget tbe number. Both phones 25. Why pay house r...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 15 January 1904

P gosgR $$¿ ' - v , • A IW 118 ■ EW| IH mm MEMBER Of THI Al ' • V I ' reo press- ';,r ■ ■ J i1 ■ I I w I n 1-C I i i Bl v.;.'";,?' * «' bpenaem ü LNQE, TEXAS. FRIDAY AFTERNOON. JANUARY IS. 1*04 1Ü NUMBER 249 "ji .'in A m — i, 1 . y==r ii iiiiiiinMii 1' •®¡™i «■*#** If you are a man and can_ afford to pay $50 to $75 for a tailor made suit, we congratulate you; this is bet- we can do. But if you pay $20 to $35 for your le-to-ordtt^uits, we can do better for you, Try one 1 F-EpFTailoredSuits,or one of our Kirschbaum [ade Suits at $12.50 to $25.00. WILL HAVE STOUTS AND SLIMS AND REGULARS IN STOCK FOR SPRING- WE CAN FIT YOU. III ■ I■!—< This is the Era of Ready- to-Wear Clothing for Men and Women:::: If you are a woman, and wish to avoid the delay and Worry of having Suits and Skirts made, we can suit you and give y¡ou entire satisfaction, with one of our well known "Fabian" Tailored Suits or Skirts, , /s ' \t * made by men tailors. m > S&$ -J3.50 to '25.00 . .. 4 i* ' J ■ OUR ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 15 January 1904

r«W -— V -<WWFÉgHmntt>>- out- Month XdrertlHinc jMau on Application, latmrtl Every Atteruoon. «undav* Excepted. ORANGE, TEXA8rJAN.16, 1904. ■ — a ej&i?. ' E8p GENERAL JOHN B. GORDON. ■Since the death of the Immortal Lee, probably no man haB passed from the Stage of action tn the 'Southland so universally loved and bo generally mourned as General John Brown Gor don. the gallant soldier, renowned statesman and eminent citizen, whose remains were laid to rest yesterday tn Oakland -cemetery ,ln Atlanta, with' ev- ery mark of respect paid to them which his native State and the Federal government could pay. No action could go farther toward proving that sectional hatred Is dying out on both sldeB of the line than does the fact that a United States Artil- lery regiment bore the body of this great Southern leader upon one of its gun carriages and that Federal troopB joined with the troopn of his native state in firing a soldier's salute over his grave. Five thousand men are sai...

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