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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 6 May 1903

:;:'H Plf* w& , ^-1 iSf ,1,: '■/! .c IP % # <! IIP, W ' ' and dry lots around tu® (New ■ * -jte are sure to go 4p. Dicí that part Of town during the W| I and notice that there wai no water vpcu ana noiiic mac mere wai np wgipr sianu- ing around t)}§| icction. That's what makes It valuable, and will soon make it the finest ■ ám El. A. íTWVtli*T á>4 * a <a h a ¡dá ; Á - U 1 vm® II írable lots within from one to of the new school location that I am va#-;1 liMi ,'|fv riña j at LOW PRICES and on EASY ERMS. Don't put off buying until after all the good ones are sold. Buy at once. ÍVL REIN by a row quite understood Out Tor kef disgrace, and be understood It élf and <>xpraw*d his contrition, tor look you up ag*ln, genu,", **#£7.VS banished hia Interest to tala tea. An organ just beyond W wall# waa playing "Annie' . Got Her" New Cock Feathers," and Turkey. Í a metier of cop rae, added tala voice to the whispered cborua from the ranks. But It waa not the sentiment Of a'favo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 6 May 1903

K & ta&(Uf|«d 168£. {Jirst 3\at °^a^ ftf ©range, 3"e*ae. ^ YOUR BUSINESS IS SOLICITED. WsStrHf to bt CwrtMM, Prwurt CirtM «M u Ltkcral at C«aiittt«]Uwitti AkMtatt Ssftty. m at. Gu MIbh Amanda White, the guest of Mr. and Held, has returned to Boeebud. . # i Local and Personal. g us *®*® ®® ® Charles Daboval returned to his rlee farm this morning. „ ' W. A. Hasaell 1b In the dlty In the interest of the A. O. U. W. The base ball this afternoon. team will practice B. W. Smith of Jackson ville la -in the'city and will remain several .days. The Oast- bound Texaa and New Or- leans passenger was three hours-late this morning. John' Warren was in the city today from the country. • The tog George Sealy towed a barga of machinery and feedstuffs to the Cow Bayou Canal company today/ A party of fishermen left this after- noon for a fishing Jaunt on Cow bayou. -r— C. M. Loomer of Beaumont made a trip to this city Tuesday ai ST " t«g Viva haa been hauled out ,*t the Weaver shipyards tor re...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 7 May 1903

•WSfW MB i ri a « I I if AFT! 3 tti. s of their ywt'U with how money j to our plan semi* W< a( per annually compounded. If you understand about it, aak or writtf ua. SSfi VICTORIOUS. a' fur- between ttectric earn on It nouihbound at «3d ln«. on* worn ho is bo- tany S kind* In Ui I am " ' ' i ñmM tedi Mar « • is Of Dr. /. the klilic post le district ft corpus hi rla, charged ,w stable Reddle! Judge Pope of Saturday 'inorhihg at 9 q catte up thla afternoon a: In this order. The court also allow Harrts to go to the hospital and main there until . Saturday under a guard. It having been ^shown to the court: that hl physical condition dq- -doctor's certificate a& tA Serious Cell laten In Chicago.. By Associated PreM. ■ Chicago, May 7.—Twenty persona _ J a etw seriously. In a foned and one Wing determining as mcculloch, t F* Found at Last! BARBER inMr tNK STUTSKE. the ana fastidious. CleanU- u> eld and yownp. Our bath room , as a eali-wc do tbe rwt. Mmk- Manager. mm mm *s Shirt W...

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

piiMiMwiri •>%* - a,. Milflill riT.aifKuri1 ■■ ;i. ■ mrMni" ,r" V , '. ■' the Poaiofflce. Oruga. Vasas, ■ ■'■ . '* Tear • W TbreeMo Oae ilea *...* — ADVaETISWC *AT«a OW AWJJOATIOa. " tinues yon side the wont spread to this sida. fi '!':.■)§!, .,>",|.ii !"r ■" il Sweet Halfie Ermine stage, for which we may Oraafe most afiüS . 1 ■■'. a*# ¿$£vd Douse. apsx Mj'i'.i. jur.1 i , =s Taurai) Evaur a i-tbhhoon a* íow :Thi tt O'clock, Sundays! ~ ami y.) iM'' ■ ORANGE, TEXAS, MAY 7,1908. If, OLtO. The fight of the oleo men forexitence* is admir- ably as well as somewhat amusing. To begin Witn the public has always been in sympathy with the manufacturers. The poor people espec- ially thought they had discovered a substitute for butter of which they could "eat just as much as they wanted to. " spread it on thick, as it .were, and even people in comfortable circumstances f were unable to understand why they should not eat oleo if they wanted it, It was just as good and in many instances bett...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 7 May 1903

1 K 22H ^"SifósÉ te i'/ úá gfiSpt-'-:; ... " :¿, Í «waí; ■ fedS®S i 'ixWMUW 'SmVmA-A-'^ v.1-, vi* sHPSBfc!: ;«Br $43® * .íf- &■$ ÉMi •. :4Bf ? ; *m' w ■ -t li ' . Büf those high and drylot around the New School Home site are stir*" to go up. Did ¡1 w mkm muuiiu iiihi ovviiula• i u«i o w valuable, and Will soon make n • i *4* . < \ i k Residence District in the city. I have a few very desirable lots within from one to three blocks of the new school location that I am :* offering at LOW PRICES and on EASY \ TERMS. Don't put off Buying until after all the good ones are sold. Buy at once. A . í'l'-'t; mm SIS I P.B.CURRY á¡ SON, ..... : ...■ irimo, LHW mmé t (llllMfl 4g0SfS, • OJMftCC, TEXAS. pi,';#.'? > — ,DE • '#• xt Estimates given. Job work to. work S. H. BATCHELOR. ORANGE, TEXAS utge Roofing Metal Works. m ®? MB** ell ¿ Hale, lurnmu a ttovtuo and. Hangers MMMMM | Met Dm of wall papers ifLjkiMi ud are pre parid n4 at tat as i rare ato Leseases * CHAS. JVI. REIN . .-,...1li ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 7 May 1903

pa *y , .« wvmwfmm &sta&físf\eá (663 YOUR BUSINESS IS SOLICITED. W« S* w to be CmbImb, PrMmil. C<reM «MI as Liberal si Hi Hi i ill II Abntatc Safety. nirr- Ideal and Personal, fa ®#®® ®®® Arch Campbell of Beaumont is In the city. A. L. Block of Philadelphia, is in the city. -• •' Jack Sokolski has returned from Timber, where he has. been installing a dry kiln furnace. j J O. C. Winn of Port Arthur arrived in the city today and is the -guest of Lannie Wilson., St that hla J. A. Maples, a noted lecturer from Greenville. the city this morning. will give a lecture at the nue Baptist church, to people of the elty are Invited. For good food" at starvation _ remember the Rouss Racket Store. I taursnt.4 The Orange «team laundry changed hands, Mr. Se*ton selling out to Mr. Morris Woodruff of the j r wj Eureka laundry of Beaumont. ■" ' new management will continue plant here. _ . , ■The health ot Orange extends ««a tothe chickens. Not a dead one ing an artist in her line of unusua ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 8 May 1903

■R . 'f V ' .y/, • i v.\ v ' ■ a 1 • . , "m wm. . .. .M.WSKÍ1. ..Wf , '. , * ..•• V 1 WT « ^ jSJ' ■ ... • , ■' ;' :" "i? '* • tm * lUOO'ti*ye 'topmphlnq Co 'i'**-''i *■>, ¡i 111 j (>.'• ' ¡- (..-•• ■M" The Dally Tribune will llvered to your homn dr ] of business six day in week for 30 cents 0 mo\ íifefe Íiiiíft gaftwn" 2 I. .JIIM.I IW. II'.I member of the associated press. orange, texas, friday-afternoon may 8, 1903. y ——7-v- NUMBER 37 EX SW isr' THE CHIEF ' v' I end and aim of most men's lives is to have...homesof their own. Not so hard if you'll lay by your spare dollars with un. Wonderful how money grotvs according to our plan iit' \ per cent¿interest, semi- annually compounded. [f you dotft únderstaiid about it, ask or wxiteus. An Orange Boy in the • Navy of HiS Country ¿Li.' N s V — ' • • . ■■ •. ; Mar© Island1; "Caí.,. April' 30.—The - py tiding* a- while then , we ■i'ian.l1 «I :• ' l&«'.t tetter I wroto wi}.s. from Santa r' í«ms out to tli*? old Sum i.tw-i (•i wrl|¿...

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

-X 'Jim 'y 1>{ i s*; ¿tm === ¡£ - ^ fflWS RUN LITHOGRAPHING CO., PMUwm. . M. RUN, PRCSIOCNT A. t. FORO, UfORCTARf S&tered at the Poatofflce. Oranse, Texu, m second claw mall matter ■UBIORIPTION RATESl jut Tear ••••«••■•a*•••••«•••• 4 00 Three Month*....• •. .11 M HtlCoBtbi ........ 8 40 Oae Month. W ADVERTISING nkVBS OjhATMUUMTIOK. lUCID EVSBT AVTBBKOÓM AT FOOTlTaiKTY O'CLOCK, Sonoath EzoarraD. L. ORANGE, TEXAS, MAY 8, 1908. THE KHAKI UNIFORMS, ation for president to cause standard as will swamp another flopping as there will be! As an inde pendent onlooker The Tribune can afford to pre- dict without prejudice the sure result, and to watch the fun. An Orange county taxpayer, who happens also to be secretary of agriculture of the United States, is expected in the city daily. One prob- lem Mr. Shaw intends investigating is why his "oil lands" have depreciated in value while the value of his rice lands continues bounding up- ward. We expect to secure Mr. Shaw for a per- manent c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 8 May 1903

ii i#1! Jw V; 'fiVr-i,':"v' ;' * ®'F /i ■. ::¡'& -■gr*. I ■• I p| — ! Has Gonp Down '.iv .'.••■■' ' / But thoie high and dry lots aftíurid the New,J f School Irlouie site arc sure to go,~up„, Did '■M- you go out to that part of town during the wet spell and notice tnat there was no water stand- ing around that section. That's what lirtakes ?!: / REIN it valuable, and will soon make it the finest- Residence District in the citv. I have a few very desirable lots within-from one-to three blocks of the new school location that I am i offering at LOW PRICES ~aftd on EASÍY TERMS. Don't put off buying until after all the good ones are sold. Buy at one P.B.CURRY & SON, * Mrs, Mmrkn, Uto amé AccMoot Imoormoco Agoott, f .. , ORANCC, TEXAS. HIGH GRADE 1UMBING ^ Steam and Hot Water Heating Estimates given. Job work promptly attended to. AH work guaranteed. S H. BATCHELOR, ORANGE, TEXAS Orange Roofing Metal Works. Graduation Day jtJM Far Away. '* ■- ..Í ^¡SSk 'erlng aa exquisite Une of W...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 8 May 1903

mSmm'Mi ^aBmsSm ''«imíhí *r É V¿¡J l <a J^StíE „ ,. . . -—-■«• '' ■"■' - mXmmmmmw - * | /•***- I /■* • f / Rv i /•" r.tf.i.-.'C,-í.t-\t [i®'4#? "* m© ¡s< ,«f' 1„ & s =x cit cl? c^i* <•*. ? r""-"i* !Fv r*"' < (**"„• r7 r..? <T"i i' a % . J* 'Mr ^ i* ^ t-* ^ ••'■ ^ i' ^ t^ v WTiV. '•■ iC iV 4Wt 4^« 4C.I AV..-i aL, 1 AO jA .'1 i ,.' T '.-, , "/.>* ■'> 5.-. * > JH fc'V J| fV J r •*> 4V/r é* = ...,-.. . ti ¡, jÉÉhft^r' ' w,.H) i# •"T ■ Here is an opportunity) for men who appreciate a saving on goods that are needed every day. We take several lines from our regular stock and make prices that are interesting fbr one day's selling. Read on and come'Saturday. sí sí sí & sí . sí si <& sí si Men's Shirts, 44c. , <Jur regular ")0c. Shirt, knowh as Golf. It's cut full andJantf: the material is df (food Tftíality-: 111 e patterns arc neat and attractive stripes; one;pair detached cuffs; for Satifhlay, select as you will, at. - .. 44c. ■ JPrW- ■ • • •-■...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 9 May 1903

!§;ü Ki '% Ki • m I MB wiWiH ; |g *V" —*.■ WW W ■ • i ■ i -1 i' ii Wiii' SA1 MAY (3. 1' ■MM '$$? ''laSSi' M v,M ' NUÍ mmimm mm M own, 8 to have homes of their Not SO bgrd. If yon*11 I lay by your spare dollars with us. Wonderful how money i grows according to our cent interest, inally compounded. dont understand about it, ink 6nr write ieasury, in TOM TONIGHT—• VAT C NAT UK S- TINOING SAW MONT ANO OOftt TO NOW ON 8U3INE88 OF || OF THS ENTHUSIASM At uoínts. trip wist. SHING Governor Leslie M. Shaw, the treasury, is spending the city. Governor Shew is one of tb« plaf people. He has a quite un- assuming way about him that nat ly invites one to be at ease. or Shaw I* a taxpayer in this The rate for tMI, tth a of ex hot oee. m. - WUI Tanner M,00e,«W fast c0 &• i nroen in of a* down* here 0 some this trip," sal.l "and expect to for Beaumont, v to Washtugton on tonight. king of President Roosevelt the goveraorsaid he was with hint on " WW. m to nahms in HiariAfl Hf farr bss taSletáf of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 9 May 1903

ra own, "the 1 otter cai^ temptation throws He foet out over h><« route of tetter# and le sorting astil he can give a pretty >t the contents of each one is, however, but one course for pursue. He must make up hi* to be strictly honest. If tie can- not withstand temptation ho Ik drmui He may escupe detection for n fen 'weeks or éveff months, but there Is,: nothing surer than that he will l>¡> caught In the end. And one of the" most powerful weapons oí the post of ■ Í flee Inspector Is the decoy letter. It trips up ipore rascals In the service than all other schemes combined. ♦'Before the day pf postal notes, mon- ey orders and the reghjtiy system peo- ' pie used to Inclose bills iu their léttem. > There has heeU-no falling uft' in the rwe, -Wet" >ry" Counties BHil . ; i crease in Conse- quence. 4H.i custom. It Is calculated that one out of •very ten letters mailed has at least a dollar bill In it. The sum total for the year. Ans up lute the millions, The percenta...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 9 May 1903

Mi mm ■'■■' "Wmu***: !l Jlll'iPWiiy;t^<wW! • lUíi' ■'.• ...n/v ,.4.. l'lh ■ ls í? m SS&l'; ' y-.<■■/■! ' ... * w; ".y- | and dry loti around the New •ufe to go up. Did rt oí town during the wet ett was no Water stáftd- ng around that lection. That's what makes it valuable, and will sdon make it the finest m HI W # ■í'Mé. m H and will sdon make nee District in the city, desirable lots within fr< I have a few rom one to three ■HRpiS .f i . Residen , ■■■j very desirable lots withti . _ ■ L blocks of the new school location that I am offering at LOW . PRICES and on EASY TERMS. Don't put off buying until after all the gobd ones are sold. Buy at once. m p; ■ft: SStilgXl- ÍÜ.V1 ■'JJ.Jll'JJIJi. —Sg X-i-JJ-J-iJ—Ulij. 1 I ' RYáSON, Ufceetf «MMCf. rrxAS. An Job «Alt attended to. All work &H. BATCHELOR, ORANGE. TEXAS H. W. Bland Butcher 6L Cattle Dealer Choice Kansas City Beef. MwU delivered promptly to any pert of thejrity Jlerfcet Uek Nlf. Re. J. 9aH uu Works. onery w. J.W1NG...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 9 May 1903

I I Ém0r , P 'u:m Pooiofflce. Orange. T«*M.* second wrong *1 ....... If a man has all the busin advertiste It is onlv the man. hdwevetj, who is any their advertigtnc you may •UMORIPTION «AT«81 « ou Thrpe Month* 3 00 Ose^MonUi ADV*K'r lNG RAT* ON APPMOA JO« u«mm Í( l!«¡S Imcid Evubt ArriuMoúM at Fon ¡Thirty O'ouwk, SUNDAYS EXOSPXSD. . ► ORANGE, TEXAS, MAY 9, 1903. A BRITISH MONROE DOCTRINE. British diplomacy is far reaching. No doubt of How can it be, possible that it i could have so far ahead as to have foreseen' the intimate nperial supremacy of the United States, and .have so j taken time by the forelock as to givethe Monroe doc- rine its quasi support with a view to similar designs in the far east? Few can doubt that an Anglo-Saxon alliance would ■rule the world,-and that England has been long eager to form such an alliance has been too evident^to admit of question, In discussing the significance of Great Britain's latest move, and its probable influence upon r the wQild'a politi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 9 May 1903

BP™ m. Í^ÉaSSÍñ • ww0'*"i'iii i'i||jwii • •- .• ■ :^^A^S!EE'.r;.:v«¡£¿ '¿> * E0$t II m ===== pií, 8BMáwí,0 *he Combined purchases of our six houses, coupled with the SPOT CAáH, gives us a leverage in the Clothing Market such as few merchants can enjoy. Buying as we do, in such immense quantities, we dre enabled to get right down to the place where the goods are made. %* The middle man is entirelv 28 Combination go into the market.. Hard cash/ and plenty of it, is a mighty power with the manu- Hodgefc Dry Goods Co. Our buyers are constantly ofr the alert for good things, and now we are our friends the money saved by "the powerful fortes that enabled us to own the goods cheap. - Read carefully the price? here quoted. EACH AND EVERY ITEM VlLL BE SOLD JUST AS ADVERTISED. = Wc are agent9 for the well known Sterling braod Clothing; r Stylish, well made, perfect fitting suits, de- ^signed especially to meet the demands of the best retail ,,, r .J , ./*, ■ trade. We guarantee every garme...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 9 May 1903

mm WWV: . .i,. \ • >-v ' mm;® Yj## *.; Wpj V '■ " > ' 111 SfflwkfHJ ! >;*<: i# «I & ■ I ■ A JT A grand assortment of all kinds of Corsets, comprising straight fronts in Jean, Coutil and light weight Lace Mesh. Every Corset well stayed. Regular values 50c. Monday and Tuesday/price 42c The light weight Tape Girdle Cor- set, boned just enough to support the figure perfectly] Colors, pinJk, blue and white. -~j. Régular value 75c. Monday and Tuesday, price m.\ '■ #'3fB fa Corsets in all ftyles and colors. Everybody knows the value of these Corsets. In the lot are some worth $2.50. Take your choice, Monday and Tuesday, '■r'.U Dr. fWarners Rust Proof Corsets, all styles^and sizes; formerly selling at 75cJVlond^y and Tuesday, price Size 40x72 inches; real 50c values, Monday and Tuesday, price in the season's newest and best col- orings; 50c values. Monday and Tuesday, R. 4 G. andW. B. famous makes of Corset^ in various styles and colors. Corsets worth to $1.50. Monday and Tu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 9 May 1903

■MM "W'' <iW" W®tós« LJ SK. f&o an adjoining cba a light was turned tow and In «venlng drota advancing In * twinkling there or ihftdaPty on the He waa about to o group the man by when he discovered that be í at b|s own linage lb a mlr- off his clothe* >an<l bed, b t not to deep bis *rl*e, whom all the men tbua> diabonor him! toot, grew and 1 the prlo* • i|9** htm. one go to the '( > excused r on the ground pleca "¡■'"'Mttn as Mm ffrf Into . ■ TM F a subtsrtse*. g«wmr, ha «aw atg cafe, to wnt.hoB , let turn- key. and urn* up atalra when to Mtjr a "* Malta. He had when ftathbonc en «IW1! 1 and afenln Chopin's fttl man 1 kjwtr tffnt hla thoughts were far awiy from me and hla surroundings. More than that, I knew that he waa compoalng. Presently be roae from hla aeat witb- 4 Word, walked over to the skele- *and removed the cloth. He theu Cartledf lt^tn the piano and, aeating himself, took the hideous Object upon his knees—a strange picture of life and death. «§§$&•...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 9 May 1903

vi mi M íi'OV; : fc) 'mam :.i lap New goods are still arriving for ti sacrifice). With these immense accumulations we 'a In cleaning up of a Fac- tory In Men's At 2.90, 2.05, 1.96, 1.45, 1.20, 96c., 95c., 72 and dufrrn to •••• •#■•••• •• •• t • •'••• tit * • ri «• «« V * f • •'••• •• •« 48c , ♦ v t ' ■ ' • 'v, ' I •' Our Tinware and Graniteware Is one of the largest in town, the selection the most complete. Below we quote prices on our Tin and Gran- ite Saucepans. -(See cut.) At 50fc, 46c, 89c, 88c, 82c, 16c, 14c, 12c, and'down to 10c / .V""'' 1 mi Ladlesf *" j Oxfords, Colonials and Sandals. Tbe most com- plete selection ever at- tempted act unparalleled prices and ianq? dream of beauty. At 2.19, 1.99, 1.96, 1.87,1.95, 1.90, 1.48, 1.45,1.84,1.18, 1.10, 90c., and'down to, per pair¿ ... J. r:8$c. 1 i í_ Water Backets sad Well Backets. Zinc Water Buckets. ... ..............19c Zinc Well Buckets .,.22c Good, durable material. Cartridges, -22 calibre rim Are, 18c box, or two boxes for ....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 11 May 1903

mm® HBwpaifeg The Dmtiy Tribute wMt I hete*te your hem* of kutteeu the 40ft .* week fer 59 cent* MEMBER Of THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. VOLUME 2 ORANGE, TEXAS, MONDAY AFTERNOON, MAY lj, 1903. NUMBER 39 Bl'MM— >g llMRWWHW<i|iSiWM! WIWWU> 1IIIIISI WiHBWIIWJilJIHi J WOT Xocal ©ption TRcws THE CHIEF end and aim of most men's lives is to have homes of their own. Not so hard if you'll lay.by your spare dollars with us. Wonderful how money grows according tó our plan Of 4 per cent interest, semi- annually compounded. If you dont understand about-it, ask or write us. The Orange National Bank. dr of Orange Odd Fellows fm 111 jptM* I - The Independent Order of Odd Fel- The m held their annual memorial, se* to* am jWlW da/. At > o'etoefc the bera assembled at their hall and a short mwIijii they-Itonaei on aire* aad. led by tfceOdiST proceeded to the Presbyterian the ««mortal services were held. One of the pr tttaat teat at the aerrieea «rere «orne fbrty girts who carried, hwee branches wh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 11 May 1903

mmm tine §ailg Itimrnr IN LITHOGRAPHING CO., PUBUSHKM . NBIN. PIKSIMNT A. k. FOND. «RCMCTAR f l at the Postofflce. orange. Texas, as second cjess mall matter jne Year .. Six Months. SUBSCRIPTION RATES) a oo Three Months..'. 3 00 One Month....... ADVERTISING HiTH OS APPMOATJOH. . .SI tit .. Ml IB8UKH EVBBT ATTSBNOON AT FÜW.THIKTT O'OUJCX, 90NDAT8 EXOSPl'SD. =^r OKANtiK, TEXAS, MA <-—> — ■*—r 19.03. " ' '■ — ; ' mi i wicked, sinful custom. We never realized it «out as we do this morning. We fished all day yesterday in the blistering- sun, with a couple of million mos- quitoes stabbing us with hat pins in the small of the back, the nape of the neck and wherever else our coat of mail wasn't on straight; arid just caught one.old and mildewed goggle-eyed perch, and we verily believe the cíeaiüre was trying, to commit suicide because he thcfught himself the last of his race. At any rate, when we restored him to his native element just as tHte sun went down he regarded* us with teárfu...

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