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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 11 May 1903

ÜB u ■ m ign water . .luíif „. , it, , ij> i Has Gone Down \-ifn -1 ■ ; But those high and dry lots around the New School House site are sure to go up. Did you go out to that part of town during the wet spell and notice that there was no water stand- ing around that, section. That's what makes it valuable, and will soon make it the finest Residjéncí yDfttrict in the City. 1 have a few very desirafele slots withinj from one to three , blocks-Jk)fv¿he new schói^ location that"! am offering at LOW TRÍCkS-and'¿n EASY- -^TERMS. "í^an't off buyinj*—tmfil after- all the good ones are Sold. Buy at ohee. ■ i I " j Í f Hfky CHAS. M. REIN Tr«e "Well. sir. Ilghtnln' not hi*-, hot)*-1 •Are, a alrthqnake swallowed liálf hi? •n." then the fiver- tic an' over- Bowed the whole buslna ar :, ' • , "Well, what' hea-doln'Jof nowtv "Tbankln' the Lord that Atlanta Constitution. ■v.'" Perpetual motion Ull machiné wear* Water tank haa top opeq. End- less flexile line (hoae shaped) move* out over top, tn ...

Publication Title: Orange Daily Tribune
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 11 May 1903

$.\yWfn fiÉ®? ^PPPIIm 'Mí sí w jKlíMíkí J Eli HHIH •• ■•• . w. w, *em. t. «itera. &itaUUM 1689* {^írst ^\at¡oaa{ ¡ ®f ©rang* íT«xas. YOUR BUSINESS IS SOLICITED. Wt Strive is he Covrteom, Prompt CirehK ui u Literal at Contiltwt wild AbuiMe Safety. J. «.art* 4m'| fully i •. Local and Personal. | Robert Jordan and wife have moved to Beaumont. Missed <rif?TB PoremStr 98® Mauffe Bland have gone to Lake Charles on r, visit. MIbb Ella McFarland, one ot, Beau- mont's most popular young ladles. Is visiting Kiss LIU to Bland. On yesterday the Lawrence, Cap- tain Wilson, took quite a large excur- sion party to Port Neches. Every- body returned pleased at the delight ful day's outing. One young man^ will remember the excursion yesterday for a long while. Ring phone clothes- doctor. ¿71 for Borne. the tf Ernest Liatic and family spent yes- terday picnicking on the river. Mrs. Captain George Smith and lit- tle son went to Beaumont on a visit. - ,i For good goods at starvation prices rememb...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 12 May 1903

í w tr ífT; fpv W ' mMp The Dally Tribune wUI llvered to your hom* or p. of buatneaa six days m week ¡for 50 cent a moa IT* print anything from a loth foot dodger to a Sitok. Send ua your ordor Co MEMBER OP THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ORANGE, TEXAS, TUESDAY AFTERNOON, MAY 12, 1901 NUMBER 40 VOLUME 2 THE CHIEF • € • ■ ■ Í $ 1 '; 1 . —^r-¡ end and aitri 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 to our plan of 4 per cent interest, semi- annually compounded. If you dont understand about it, ask or write us. Orange National Bahk. Evidences of County Judges That Prohibition Prohibits THAT DRUNKENNESS DECREASES, THAT PROPERV VALUES AP- PRECIATE, THAT THE MORAL STANDARD IS ELEVATED, ANO THAT MANY BLESSINGS FOLLOW. I • A *?••• m Orange, Texas, May 12, 190*. ; To the Voters of Orange County: Gentlemen:. We offer below letters. from eome of the county Judges which 40 to show that prohibition DOES pr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 12 May 1903

§iil{ etibmit IVEIN LITHOGRAPHING GO., PUOUOHMta.. J JHA9. M. REIN, PRESIDENT A. I,. FORD, «ECBETAR1 fcL.rred at the Postofflce, Orange, Texas, as second claw maUonatter SUBSCRIPTION'KATES: .h ... 6 uo, Three Month*.... .11 to jne Year r BlX'MonifcH* 8 Ü0 One Month SO „ ~VDV«rtibiíic ratbs OK APPLI0AT10S. ' ORA N G E f TEX AS, MAY 12, 1903. OX Ji:f¿J;l¿KSO.\ mi I '¡S'-jiiRTHDA Y. Li June 3 will be the anniversafT oí the birth of Jef- ferson Davis, and the t «range. l\ 11. C. purpokt'^wcv- ing the claw "hv "Mississippi the (day will havc.addi- tn the South, init it has not raised by onerhalf th« amount considered necessary for the entertainment of the Confederate Veterans and,their friends next week. Just think, it IS next week. Of course, every one who goes to the reunion will have a grand time, but the Crescent City will not deserve the credit for it. One of the largest hotels in the city gave $loo to the fund, which shows the scale of giving the interests most to be benefited went...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 12 May 1903

J '■■■■■ su'* - Has Gone Down But those high and dry lots around the New School House site are sure to go up. Did you go out to that part rjf'tow.n during the wet spell- and notice that there was no water stand- ing around-that section, That's what makes it valuable, and will soon make it the' finest Residence District in the city. 1 have a few very desirable lots within from one to three blocks of t|ie hew school location that I am offering at LOW PRICES and qn EASY TERMS. Don't put off buying until after good ones are Sold. Buy at once. Messrs.' Robertson Texas: iitlJB IM# i. Efficient Officers Enforce K the Law at Waxahachii The General Effect of Local Option Salutary. Drunkenness ; and Crime Decreases. The City Court Prac- tically Goes out of Business. Waxahachie, Texas, May 4, 19Ó3. erty. In our town there were a large Orango. number of b«er Joints occupying Htoro - houses off the square. The rental valffe of this property tyas been de- creased. On the square where the . busine...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 12 May 1903

' . '■ ... ,\ ? tu- •;.r W. H. StTAKK, W. W. Ht-lé, J. O. SIMS. 4aa1 CmaMar l. MILLCR. &itaMis(|«4 1669. irst 5\ationaí ^anft 3Í of ©range, V «xas. YOUR BUSINESS IS SOLICITED. Wc Strive to be Caurttasi. Prompt Careful aa4 at Literal Conmtent with Abaatate Safety. Local and Personal. ® Mrs. W. É. Moújnt of Gibson, La., is visiting- her sister,, Mrs. Bettis. i,, • ...... w. p The' Commissioners uCaurt, ■which has been in session the past few days, "will probably a&;. journ th is afternoon. Á ful I ac- •count of the proceedingsjgiill ap-, pear in Wednesday's Tribune. TO Hánford and wife of New York_aie registered at the Hol- land. ' S-iA Diamond of Denver stopping at the Holland. is Among the arrivals at the Holland today is J. C. Buck of Chicago. J. H. Lloyd of Louisville, Ky., is registered at the Holland. . ,Mr. anijl Mr6. McDuff, who ar rived' on Sunday, left the, city for Beaumont, their future home, this morning. Mrs. George Smith returned from Beaumont this morning. Alf....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 13 May 1903

r. . • , mm. • - si -1 " 1 "w ' *'■' 1 p. ■ ■ ft ORANGE, TEXAZ WEDHESÜAV AftElÉÓM, MACIÍ.>Í9ÓÍ mi i' hm jh'btt tfft 9' ti f w THÉ ClífEF „ ' r • end and aim of most men's Uve? is to have homes of t^eir own. Not so hard if yoú'íi lay by your spare dollars with us. Wonderful hQ-w money ((rows according to our plan of 4 per cent interest, semi- annually compounded. If you dont understand about it, ask or write us. • ; The Orange National Bank. Result of Prohibition if at Tyler TSiler, Texas, May 4, '03. Mr. fames P. Roach, Cashier, Or- ange, 77,r<u;: ■ Dear Sir: Yours of the 29th ulti- mo to hand and ttyuJd have receiv- 0/my attention sooner had not ill* mess prevented. in a ■letter to your mayor, Hon. X IVf Link, written just 4 day or fo before the receipt of your letter, fully ansrverej all the questioia you propound. f As to the results óf prohibition 'n ft county, permit me to sdy that h as good or better than its tnost sanguine friends could wish for.. Business has increased...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 13 May 1903

#. ■ mm ';"£t "WU' mgr §ailg, iritomf W. (EIN LITHOGRAPHING CO., PuaueM«Ha. REIN. PncaiOKNT A. k. FORB.SECReTAH# should be the output of the very best institutions. The * point i* well taken. ■ 1 . " ^ .|i ed at the Poatofflce. OranRe, Texas, aa second claaa mall matter SUBSCRIPTION RATESi : Year a 00 Three Month* 1 60 nth*.........,.......... 8 00 One Month..w.. W ADVHKTJfUNG BATIS OK APPUOATIOd. r ~r RriUBb T5Y1BT (MTKUNOON at F0D«:thiktt O'CLOCK, hundars exobpyid. They are going after the Sunday law violators in Beaumont with a sharp stick, but how about the other law violators ? However, Beaumont' promises moral reform and we hope-yet to chronicle tlw fact wht>n evetv murderers will 'be apprehended and punished the're as they are in the United States. The city of Richmond might give New Orleans some pointers on how to do things. The people of Richmond quickly raised $20,1 monument to Jefferson Davis, tion: The Richmond counci xxd with a bazaar for the and this insures its ere...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 13 May 1903

Has Gone Down But those high and dry lots around the New School House site are sure to go up. Did you go out to that part of town during the wet spell ánd notice that there was no water stand- X t§ J . m •sr:-!1 r ing around that section. That's whát makes it valuable, and will soon make it the finest Residence District in the city. 1 have a,few from one to three mitteé and the Chamber of Com- merce for the patient manner in which they.had listened to the arguments of the committee and said that tie knew' they, were I business men and 'Would!treat i the matter in a business-like ! way. 1 ' Major Hodges said that while i they woufd not decline the tliaAks, tbey would say that they had only done their, duty and expressed the'thanks of the.; members of the for the courteous treatment they "had HURRIED THE WOR Peculiar Experience of a Literary Maa. Once upon a time a certain literary man living in Constantti arranged to translate for a daily paper a novel, then popular in land. Each day...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 13 May 1903

MM v . IK. IK sl. =s •fjie 3ia^ol^a^ of ©range, 3"«xa . YOUR BUSINESS IS SOLICITED. We Strive to be Courteout, Prompt Careful and >i Llberol «> Consistent with AbsoKrte Safety. I Local and Personal, f V, Hainar, from 1904. is - at Holland. thi ffi It. Pitnnan of Beamnont is here onj-bitsiness today. y Miss Evg. Simmons of Houston is he,re 011 a visit. C. E. Keppler and Albert Stokes are spending th'fcrday fishing.. Wjll Campbell, who -has been befe on business,, went to Beaumont this morning. ■ % - té .1 ,E Hevjfsoii. who has been in Beaumont >*1 business, teturned to the city last night. Captáis Robert Morgan, Jr., has returned from Port Arthur and Sa- bine Pass, where he had gofie on business. " -¿f M. E. Lang of Beaumont is here, t0dav,0n business.; - £, ..vJacobs, a well known resident of Lake Charles, is -in the city., * —— C. L. Rickel of New Orleans is transacting business in Orange to- day. ' - t S. H. Lyons, a well known Mgar salesman representing Fritz Bros., Cinc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 14 May 1903

from a I8tb • IM0-0 ge r LkbotrmpMng Co rue Dally Tribuna will ba llvorod to your hom* or of business tlx days in week far 50 canta a m MEMBER OP THE ASSOCIATED PRESS «Ni"1- ORANGE, TEXAS. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. MAY 14, 1903. VOLUME 2 NUMBER 42 THE CHIEF M Bfc j , * ' .< f « * C Nr 1'^*/ end and áim of most men'Sj lives is to háivé boméiB;o{|their: own. Not so hand if you'11' lay by. your spare dollars with us. Wonderful how mdhey K grows according to our plan of 4 per cent interest, semi- annually compounded. If you,, dont understand about it, ask or write us. The Orange National Bank. An Open Reply to an Open Letter from J. T. Stark, Secty. Orange, Texas, May 14, To J. T. Stark, Chairman: .'You make-a* ver feeble effort to jus- tify the attempt, to force a local option 81nce reading your open, létter I elect.fcm "tftiin'eajawly-^ftpr. the new suppose you. are looking for" an open polftpx amendment, and in an off year reply. when a large number of men had in- In'the-beginning I mus...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 14 May 1903

Mi range (VEIN LITHOCRAPHINC CO., PuouSMERt. AS. M. RUN, PRESIDENT A. L. FORD, SCCRCTAN 1 <•;< r«(i ill tht F'imloíttre. Oi aiixr. Texas, ax second ciam. ma4l matter >u Year l* Mourn*-. SUBSCRIPTION RATE.6: fl ifti Three Moulin 8 <H) One Mouth tDVUKTIHINi; HATM ON APPUOATIOri. . . .«I fx .... M. MM : ' . jfrau ",f ■ -rr ment of the department the entreaties of the mis&ona ríes, who contributed no part of the $66,000 ransom, were permitted to prevail. The question which nat- urally occurs to the thoughtful citizen is why this in- formation is so belated. Eight years is a long time for an advertisement to live and bear fruit without replanting and cultivation, but the Toledo Blade has an instance of just such re- markable fecundity. Newspaper advertisers, especial- ly those who expend hundreds of' dollars and even thousands of dollars every year to attract the attention of the buying public to their wares, arc often confront- ed wifh the question- '"How long is an adve...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 14 May 1903

■ ft •y . - 'Y . m/S* * «¿'if•■-«W-tfy ^ I / j W<[:' "■. Jhn Damp* had tried tome tima la vaia Ta «aae aa After-dinner pain Which gnawed at him hia halt below, And filled hie world with IndigO. Dyepepeia now can't bother him, For "Farce" haa madafcijs, ■" Sunny Jleo." orce L The Uwdr-to4lerre Canal A Toa to Indignation. ' "Every trammer I hare had to take tónica, hut now I use 1 Force.' ¿ ■m enjoying Mtcul- , lent health ; It ho hullt me up. I eat ' Foree' at night and It givea me a n«*tful alrwp, It build* up, «atl«d«K and U pleaa- ant to eat. and a toe to Indi- gestion. "Mr*. *Um W. Dow I gives work to wnk - digestions and supplies the energy. . W—9 Orange County Commissioners Court in Session This Week wat sanee pf deep water has preven recognition of this section as regular export market of perr han a The county commissioners, while In A. M. H. Stark .... session the last few days, transacted B r). Harner some business pertaining to roads, au- w. J, Wlngate . ... thorixed hil...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 14 May 1903

iM mm -I? ^ffe: v ■■e PH1 W$í- ir''lp ttvi sm*\m >f|p Vv; t/ ¡W; Issüra L. MIUCK. W.W.MID. J. o. sits, Wce-Prvs. Cutter Au'tCaaUmr fittaMiilieá 1669 ^irst 3\.atioi\af of Grange, ¿Texas. ^ 1 ""' 1 1 , ■■",■• YOUR BUS HESS IS SOLICITED. We Strive to he Conrteou, Prompt Cafetal and u Liben I ai CsauttMt with Aktststc Safety. (Continued from Pago One.) A« to crime we have had eight owes •JjnftSe' the first of the year, seven mls- dqgpeanor and one for drunkenness, so our city attorney informed today. We Ivave. a very rigid enactment of the la^~-in fact, we have prohibition. Even the drug stores refrain from -«roar on prescription on account of the strong sentiment against It. We find that prohibition does every thing that is good for a town or com* munity. It makes men out of topers, young mfin grow up manly', keeps our boys home at night, does away with Souses of ill fame, buys homes for íe " once homeless, makes happy Local and PersoriaL f , H. C. Burton of Beaumont Is in the ¡city...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 15 May 1903

I wmm th -1 ^ - _ £ U' - v: Jl'V -. ■■>• *: «►": a A •■: 41 vNB :¥W«ilS . if you .bout it, ask ' 'At ''$$2.'*' ■wr i1 i'i '"■ ,' ^ifl. ,i "i i" ' ."' "-^ r *■& % 4 * /;,...A,../., I * ■ «ÍkISÍSK!'Srefíwi1 Iwfgjii «Miiiiidii It SATISFACTORY, WITH NO III MAL VALUES. ■m ■¿fig •if' Iks nrdu S i -" ra&g'gra '•- ,>■ ' ••>:•... , ■}■ .A- • will be an advantage, i,' *. Hm «Mr tow tur Increase or . íéwwN In d(U)lniMi i A decrease * of M tat M per «eat 4. What tffcct kit local had opon other liaos of business? A vary MthfclllWT e* ci. ■ 1 Han the rata* of roal «Mato de- creased by nana of local optloa? Not Ü "hi* to a'at *tt. • I i" What effect have rou noticed upon thewon* generally of your : toar aloe the adoption of local op^ aad tknr I thlak that I caa notlco a aa shsrt a Toara trafc ; W. A FUTMAN, Mayor. MMM •«•«H .^IL, Local Option at Piano FROM THAT CITY WRITTEN BY A RANK PRESI- KNOWS-MO OATHS AHI MEARO ON STREETS. tímm ovt of tan ki «.«Mam have to taha «aro aC hta 11,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 15 May 1903

tn* la auuafrian -hritlíTI us s ily a few i As to l ide tend tol f n m ■ i « Ükc : the En- ancc. 'lh<B •< ■ 1 i« e has aoM # -Ikat oar ction are eaH Bnely^Qlicit- d people ofl terway willl mritrn. Tha . «ver, and M erf their rdér; pes the £nfl| prise, is that ted in boikfl and that the of salt waa| KRWMPVORt'*. that the s«A Hps will be m know ml ■ í about will be delil ted to the 1 of the ggfl gwiL ' " T , i Then. aJ >, the cost of In to faandfl pbantter for tesimally U IP that the tjm • ■ uHj 4i t!| . « * ■- a . -- IF imcr- ■ ; e salt wafl| well knoifi iact that as Keches fl wnes salt or arould Ofll .es of wafi &'r~ . r _ -supply, («nam t reached ■ ¡ft the |*rack- „ he say%fl .jljhat terrado' people ofl|[ ISianertt and «■judgn® (|tain.4id;ijbe g their pfl Wmm , docks to H .. j, ,rT; . J horesakfl J^O0O1BC -ft lese two dH ee could ««ill lery^threflj ease, even if r Porí m pur style, if r GPP°sil t to the canal K ownerÉi Égmaperty .at I take aul Isome^f the 1 aeaiwet/JB ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 15 May 1903

m'TJmwXÜ :'"b i ((%%•.: r| m£:m 1 .; ''<J o'ir't:- ■ JflSHhpf ?t|Krep tmhmá v:a;n jryr\<c„'f.>< „• r. ■«/ 4 W* 4 - /* (W'tv . W> rvr.-u p$|R-!i ■- í 'i •;v wvsáiÉÍ" ""■'! ;%'ÍL K,¡ <4& nil; • ■A-'Ofr&M ÉMffifc: ,;|,' ';-; , • $" f,vfi-: fef ,"' -vi ¡& • " - w f,iM '? ' . ' ' 'M * ' -r. " ■MI I ijlM^NpipiÉl ■ mi Pipi him am i that coat.aa got thbee Mar an' ty bar'l of t;¿iVb hotn't got no to pay, an' ho" got boaieS ^.,1 i ww .WWBH1B ™''w«! OUT, Clf* HiPW*i, *¡11 6* fceartol how dpy bounce ■ a fwwe, an' If he atnjre boa will call to ielJ it be owna de alrth. ■.+*■■ WÍ RSflMI HB E '¿pf ' season of ttae y caí. e will have a STOCK REDUCING SALE in we am Jaw HHpÉ^ys Note tfíe reductions «I , May 16, 18 and -• © ' ' * -. —(. ' _,_ . ' 'L J first-class goods have never been of! to make your doHars do double A A A A A 'éd in this VT* kin atmoat taate dat chnui * hoar d« chink oí dat «old f vlni^n <!* o I#] I Ir breaka In to teH oa dat > ootttde «our halt a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 15 May 1903

te, -\ YOUR BUSI W« Strive lo k CmtWmu. ALF. J. L « Local and Personál Will Carapfoeft left on the train for the East. L. Miller has gone to Now Or on business. Thomas Giles went east last i ou the late train. W. H. Stark went east on the : train on a business trip. P; H. O'Day paid a flying Beaumont yesterday, returning •late train. Hon. C. A. Teagle, A former j --of Orange, now of Beaumont, Is city today. A blind accordeon player, ac nied by a young girl, are on the i today, playing and singing. 'Commencementexefclses of high school occur tonight in the i torium of the school building. The campaign is growing ha bunches of men are on almost street corner discussing the J. Harmon was in Lake CD terday on business and says pie there are very much in the local* option contest, In county. The funeral of Mr. and Mrs. Bonneau'a little baby girl this morning at .11 o'clock, Johnson officiating. .The int was in Evergreen cemetery. The secretar/ of the Prog League has finished the come the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 16 May 1903

if¡ m MEMBER OF.THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. ORANGE, TEXAS, SATURDAY AFTERNOON, MAY 16, 1903. THE CHIEF - end and aim of most men's : 1 /y lives is to have homes of their own. Not so hard if you'll lay by yóur spare dollars witli us. Wonderful how money grows according >o our plan of 4 per cent interest, semi- annually compounded. If you dont understand about it, ask or write us. The Orange National Bank An Eminent Judge's Opinion Prohibition Diminishes Crime Jit DOE TOM DAVIS OF THE SECOND DISTRICT DECLARES IT A MIS- TAKE TO SUPPOSE THAT "DRUNKENNESS, DEBAUCHERY | | AND LAWLESSNESS IS NECESSARY TO THE HAP. PINESS OF ANY PEOPLE." ■Vs: May is, 1903. Orang , Texas. «XMirtenc«a U that ^ homicides, as- disturbances ot no «locality in my knowledge has ever been injured financially by Ita adop- tion. Some lew person everywhere will think that they ought to be per- mlUed to get drunk When they go to so which the open saloon affords, but my experience is that this class of per- Center, ,m. i* "...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 16 May 1903

sm —— •IV NMNHMMMH fp V t 4.*M , t * <*r ^ Éiíl ■: m "mm v< ■■ . I ?ím6 ' .¡««a K «fe Étf : ■ /V"v. • '"T"v iKP v. Competition, the law of force and the life of trade is necssary to a Nation's commercial independence, so it is with the individual merchant. The store that stands still is practically dead. The good Store of yesterday is common place to-day and out of date to-morrow, eternal effort is the price of progress. The Greatest Offering of the year will be njgxjLwgek, commencing Monday. Nay 18th. ending Saturday, May 2!trd¿.... The Biggest Bargains in Embroideries Ever Of- fered to the People of Orange. Six Thousand Dollars worth of Embroideries imported direct from St. Gaul. Of this purchase we have just received our first allotment, with which we will show you the difference between buyingfrom jobbers and importing direct. We can sell you Hamburg Embroideries, 18-inches wide, worth 40c to 50c per * yard next week, 4 1-3 to 5 yards iu f piece, price per yard 1DO Fine Sw...

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