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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 16 May 1903

—- - - 1 - - MMHB </"■■■ >;J, 'i; . |í¡;4 W ■Etf i. w;. i&Hm %f£ 'í Ka®? ' ■! SmamtrMr ■■ rfifi- wmm wmMW- • .t";-1- i m w—11 i "rnmm—ninn i =2= ±3= mrr Mm|é Jilt i Hp ÉP '•■ sagresas f> BLAND pl&ÍS&S o* m WlnfrjKtH Great Stock Reducing Sale. -The backward season finds our stock toó heavy for this season of the year. In order to speedily reduce the stock, we will have a STOCK REDUCING SALE Saturday, Monday, Tuesday, May 16, 18. and 19. ligger and better bargains in strictly first-class goods have never been offered in this city. Avail yourself of thVopportunity to make your dollars do double duty. Here are-the prices. Note the reductions. <A & Á A A A A A See What 25c. Will Buy. , 10 Yards Good Lawn, I Paper Needles, I Spool Thread, I Paper Pins. All the above goods in one pack- age, only one package to a customer. r 25 Cents. ! Dress Goods. Great assortment of Voile Dress Goods, worth 50¿, sale '•friee ..••• 1.. 3 in all the leading colors, 50c quality, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 16 May 1903

SHwwiws v>.: MEIN UTHOQRAPHINC O0.,j*MUM«li«. . M. RUIN. PRESIDENT A/L. FOftD, SCORCTAft 1 nú at the Fouofflce. Oí aune, Texu. m second dan mall matter , m " j. . , . ; = jae Tear .. Six Monti . SUBSCRIPTION RATESi 6 oo Three Month .... « 00 One Month ADTBWnaWG RATSH ON AVPUOATIOM. ..ft 60 .. Ml moid Etbbt ArrmwooM at Fotrs:Thibtt O'clock, Sundays Exosptsu. . ssr- ORAMGE, TEXAS, MAY 16, 1908. KISSES. At Middletown, New York, a jury has fixed $200 as the price a middle-aged man must pay for kissing a middle-aged -woman against her will and the society man of the Minneapolis Journa contends that this is too little and too much Then he goes on to explain that a kiss obtained from a middle-aged woman against her will is not worth a- ceni,_A kiss obtained from any woman, against her will, whatever her age or previous condition of servitude, is not worth cent. A kiss obtained from any woman who is personality attractive, With her full consent and hearty participation, is worth more tha...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 16 May 1903

IJH W$ H CluU&om ; iv \.vtk; aw swisiilfe wm&m W m * WifmBfflfm Graduating Exercises. prettier graduating excreta® were evér held anywhere than thoae of Orange high achool la«t night at the auditorium of the school build- The member* of the class, assist- ltd by some of the teacherat had made a fairy grotto of the stage by tbo aklUfúl uae of Spanish moaa, ever i, rosea, lilies and choice paima and ferns. A curtain effect was produced bj the unique anrang«BWsr of wreaths t o' the moaa and vines, and mellower 1 part of the stage was completely bid- «en by the mos draperies. Nestling ^ op imoDg the mots wrtithi tw the class shield of blue and sliver, bear- ing the letters "8. a, W The claae have pina of like design, Which they are very prirad to wear. A row of fine feathery ferns was placed aeróse the front of the atage and at each corner a stand of beau- tiful lilies and roses, while near the oenter front was a table bearing the wonderful paper —the - diplomas. As the class ma...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 16 May 1903

,W; m ■■. ■■ The man who insists that the world htm a living is usually a very poor collector! As time goes on apace he is apt to be found in the<front par- lor of a livery stable playing check%s with others oí th* world's creditor, while his faithful wife is busily en- gaged in collecting his just dues by chasing miscellaneous under breeches vp and down the family washboard! The man who has a living coming to him from this" world is frequently out of chewing tobacco and fish hooks. He !• apt to be one of those town prune- grabbers who never pass a ' grocer's display without taking an apple or a handful of raisins* who 1b always on band at a church sociable and was never known to miss a free sugaring- olT or—a--political; .roast-ox function, since the day the world first became Indebted to him. If illness keeps him at home from an invitation to dine out, he recovers slowly and considers the feed a dead loss, and a mean dlsposT-" tlon of Providence to bar him from claiming his rig...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 16 May 1903

«■rjSfc-r • mmimmyssaiiíww^ "\\r;-'< -i #ftÍ3íS[ - ;■ * ' - '<vw '* •'! ,ltí'' V -í—V "íS A BEAUTIFUL UNE HANDSOME AND CHEAP ....AT.... y Book and i Stationery Store 111 ' = T C. FOREMAN BUTCHER AND CATTLE DEALER o Sfdfcr jMft of CHOICE 8TKAK8 cot to and delivered to «ay city (tee. is s! BOTH PHONK8 44 STORE. Polk Street below the Presbyterian Church. : s :: ALL KINDS OF FRESH MEATS constantly on hand. u ORDER YOUR MEAT Mid let at keep It In oar refrigere tor. ajfi tj iH> -<-HL>-iMU—iH_i- -t>1^ m BALL At the Driving Pnrk Grounds. BEAUMONT SUNDAY, MAY 17, 1903. * * GAME CALLEO AT 4 O'CLOCK A A ORANGE vs. Speedy's Colts." PROF, BALDWIN The Famous Aeronaut, will make another perilous trip the Clones, bold his batile in mid air, release bis pets and make the most wonderful PARACHUTE DROP EVER SEEN BY MAN. s ♦ < •' ' On to Besamsnl Sunday and "Boot" lor Orange. ftAtf flAe sAv flAe nJ^s ^^^n a^i vWTWTT tttttttttttttttji rey > i éWm i; £2 <& *«ÍIW- TIME The v...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 16 May 1903

ini&OTHf VíSOTÍP Jffij s« mm #t $$§JÍ $# * ' ®í I J We underbuy and undersell. Our New York store has a iftilllon d< ufacturer fdr cash. You get the bargains at less than any other nu |p| Bmm^ I ih it can IMi mém SI the '■•k-i .' I — * mm aWii =s factories. Hei That's why our ■Ml —I I ' ¡¡Kg ■ IIPI f liosqaitolpari • • ' ' . , .\Vt : ■ • • . v/;;'. 5ox72-Our Special Low Price, V . . . . . 38c The above are good arid nothing cheap about them but the price. Fancy Oil Cloth: ~~ Big lot FANCY TABLE OIL CLOTH, per yd, 14c Ax Handles. Best Hickory IOC One gallon, Water Sprinklers. . . 34c Six gallon, 48c Boys' Waists, Snuff, . • 39c to 32c 5c box for 4c . 12c ímmmí mm". 11$J m - 20c bottle Snuff, 6 dunces, for TOBAGCO—Big Job* Some of these goods the fac- tory got 44c. Our special price, ¿ job, . . 29c r= *1 . '• V-j'if' vJ 1 '■> > iSt fm ,Y *■, - . . A Big Job—78c, 49c, 48c, 47c, 42c, 38c, 25c and Pay your money and take your choice. Men's Negligee Shirts. Bought at Manufact...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 18 May 1903

• Itth tnftr wphtng Co e (¡Grange The Dally Tribune will he de- livered te your hem« er place of buntiwni Mix day le the week tor 30 tente e mouth. ÜÉ MEMBER OF THK ASSOCIATED PRESS. ORANGE. TEXAS, MONDAY AFTERNOON. MAY 18, 1903. NUMBER 4S 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 tíow money grows according to* our plan of 4 per cent inteftrstr semi- annually compounded. If you dont understand about it, ask or write us. Orange National Bank. hy the Law Was Not ■■ -.1: ÉJ Enforced in Orange Beaumont Money, Beaumont Men, Beaumont Papers Why have certain Beaumont mil- Donaire been bo industriously at work in Orange attempting to help prohibition tor the past few days? Why don't they first get prohibition in Beaumont? «The answer ls„ Their money is Invested there and they know it will ruin Beaumont, as it has ruined every Texas city in which it has been tried. Are the people of Or- ange com...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 18 May 1903

©tange §ailg Irihne REIN tITNOCRAPMINC CO., l uw.iaHKRS. AS. M. RSIN. PMWIMNT A. V. FORD, SScnXTAU t SBuered at the PostoOce, orange, Texas, as second class mall matter rnh SUfSCRIPTION RAT**l f Year .■<■« «* ■ 6 00 Tbree Mouths•••■•......*>•>.91 W Unntba.,^................. « 00 Ose Month 10 --- anmTiuw eatss o* Arpuaarioa. sitdsd Evsbt Artuuioox at Fotrn Trniarr O olook, Sundays ExoarrsD. ORANGE, TEXAS, MAY 18, 1908. TO REDUCE COST OF MILLING RICE. In common with other members of the Asso- ciated Press, The Tribune published a story sub- sequent to the closing ot tbe Manufacturers' Convention at New Orleans to the effect that a number of the delegates to the convention who were making a trip through the rice belt had be- come so impressed with the truly wonderful possibilities of the nee industry that they had organized a $10,000,000 company with a purpose to build rice elevators at important points on the line of the Southern Pacific Railroad; namely, at New Orleans^. .C...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 18 May 1903

h-m ■w —I iff ~— 1 «I si INE SUPPLY See our line ot OIL COOK STOVES Just received. See our line ot REFRIGERATORS AND WATER COOLERS. ft. We Sell Them at Lowest Prices. A full line of Yale A Towne Locks and Builders'Hardware, Sash, Doors Tfjs Kam/U* and Blinds, Heath & Millican Paints, Lead and Oil; Mill Supplies, Pipe and Iron, Felt and Iron Roofing, Graphite, Elastic Smoke Stack Paint, Roofing Paints; J no. Deere Farming Implements; McCorinick Binder Twine. We «ra exclusive Agenta lor "STAR WIND MILLS." ADVANCE THRESHING MACHINERY. NcCORMICK HARVESTING MACHINERY. . AS LONG AS IT LASTS Wc will sell this lot of . Ralston's Pancake Flour AT ioc PER PACKAGE. IT MAKES THE MOST DELICIOUS PANCAKES. JYIqLEAN & CURRY t FANCY GROCERS." I 3 Great Crowds Are Pouring ! Into tbe Crescent City m By iModtttd - Jtar Orleans, May It—From •at ladicatiooa this cKy will ooutain within tbe next twenty-tour bom tbe lMfeet number of visitors In tta his- tory, all oomlag to attend tbe great rmmkm ot...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 18 May 1903

The rest room tablished by the V" J. 9. SIMS. 'Í W.W. t. MILLER. 18W £jf\e ^irst ^)\atioi\a{ of Grange 9"«xas. yoi/i? BUSINESS IS SOLICITED. W« Strive to bt Court , From ! Cartful *U as UMral ai Caaitetast with Abutatt Safaty. of a table and «orne chairs kindly dslposed person will < great benefit to the club by a donation of the same. .J.EASTÍN, LINK BUILDING No. 3. CHAS. HELMBERG, Manager and Cutter. J. P. Roach, who attended the Ban era' oonventlon at Sherman, returned to this city this morning, accompa- nied by TMrsT Roach, who baa been away visiting |nr the past three weeks ; J, W. Pavell of T. Pavell ft Son of Shellbank. I*., went to New Orleans recently with 900 alligator hldea and 4362 pounds of Cow blues. This la a large, shipment and no doubt wll) brlngpfiod prices. Mr. J. G. Warfleld has bought the circulation of the Tribune and all payments will be made to him. Par- ties in arrears will also-pay all ac- counts to Mr. Warfleld. Out of town subscribers will pleaae make ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 19 May 1903

Av •j.V.i íifcl'iifl- -L-tf'íl fWm * I 11 ,fi- 11 , ' " ' ! i. PWf i&d ^5f^ÍAÍÍ: i fovl M • IVS your O^def Lvmuf i wpniny ti !"fígH| -7-<l tí r*« Dotty Tribune wM he live red to your hom* or piuco of toifaeii */* duya M ffce | week tor 80 cent o mouth. MEMBER Of THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. VOLUME 2 ORANGE, TEXAS, TUESDAY AFTERNOON MAY 19, 1903. NUMBER 46 —— 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 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. m Evidence that tbe Saloon is the Taxpayers' Enemy Sf 1 i4# f i*ti fy IIW «OT The Cost tor MitaUiiinf Law and Order Increases Out of AD Proportion to the Revenues Derived from Liquor. Oraage. Texas, May K, ! 0S. To th* Voter of Orange Countyand u> Tho*e at the CKy Especially: 1 give beJovr the letter* of oar city tax collect...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 19 May 1903

$m¡$ I (vein lithographing co., ^umiwim. M. M. RBIN, PRCSIMNT A. L. PORO, •kclw'Ti ■Liered at the Posiofflce, Orange, Texas, u second class mail matter SUBSCRIPTION HÁT1#i , jam Year « 00 "'.'jfeftfcfe Mpuibs ..Wiwtt'."..... .H i# ...1to Months -...«rafw Oú'e Month tú j advskti8ihg ratsb' ok AtThfOATtOH. . - , ,. . m — - ssusd Evsbt AirsasooM at t^jwrTmwrr O'clock, / ■ Sümdatb «rosnan./ ..Jm- p * ■<, . =?= ORANGE, TEXAS, MAY 19, 1903. CHEAP LEGISLATION. Under this caption the Houston Po.<t directs atten- tion t^ the recent action of the legislature of Illinois in passing a bill to increase the pay of its members from „$iooo to $2000 a session. The bill was vetoed by -Gov- ernor Yates and a storm of popular approval has fol- lowed his action. But some of the leading papers and thinkers, among which, one of the ablest is the Chicago News, believes that |he governor has merely postponed a reform which is bdund to come, arguing that the de- mand for abler men and painstaking rtien...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 19 May 1903

m t ¡0: lllfflMP " < W?M ■■ mm m ; m «ESS . •■'•A. '• ' "''í$ &1/' . . _ ' — BINE SUPPLY COMPANY See our line of OIL COOK STOVES Just received. See our line of REFRIGERATORS AND WATER COOLERS. We dandle We Sell Them at Lowest Prices. ' A full line of Yale & Towne Locks and Builders' Hardware, Bash, Doors and Blinda, Heath & Millican Paints, Lead and Oil: Mill Supplies, Pipe and Iron, Felt and Iron Roofing, Graphite, Elastic Smoke Stack Paint, Roofing'Paints; Jno. Deere Farming Implements jMcCorinick Binder Twine. ~~ We ar«~exclusive Agents lor "STAR WIND MILLS," ADVANCE THRESHING MACHINERY, . McCOIMlCK HARVESTING MACHINERY. Important Meeting Tonight of the Orange Rifles IP&:; £¡.- AS LONG AS IT LASTS We will sell this lot of . Ralston's Pancake Flour -a AT IOC PER PACKAGE. IT MAKES THE MOST DELICIOUS PANCAKES. "THE FANCV GROCERS." ill Rouss Racket Store m TMC MtN BUII.OINC Sellers of Good Merchandise at Popular Prices The reason why this store enjoys such a large ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 19 May 1903

= ®w«w ft.t.Uu|i«a.tB8 . tfir&t 5^atioi>aí of Grange, 3"«xas. YOUR BUSINESS IS SOLICITED. Wt Strive to be Caurttaai, froapt Carafal aad t> Ubtral «< Cmuiimi wltti Abtoluie UUiy. I*ÍS I WANTED—Clean rags (or Wiping ma ohlnery. Highest price paid. Beta Lltho. Co. 11 LINK BUILDING No. CHAS. HELMBERG, Manager and Cutter TO MEASURE AND TO FIT That is the way we make clo- thing; Everything is done ac- cording1 *o the most approved method- ivery garment made under a * ¿rfect system. BuJ: measurements, methods and systems, would be useless if the material ffom which we pro- duce our Tailor Mad* Suits was not perfect and if cutters of skill and expert tailors of taste did not fashion our garment?. We can guarantee fit and fa- bric. We know we can please T. J. BLAND. Rein Building, Fifth Street. FOR SALB—Old newspaper* for to* derlaylng matting, shelf coverings and spring housecleanlng generally. Twenty cents per hundred. REIN UTHO. OO. OLD NEWSPAPERS—20 cents per hundred. REIN L...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 20 May 1903

i WvR [if,#' Hi1 N; BImí1í Wtif& á"f O ... ; li.'i.'.iiJi mm so I i I I $ JBBM I 9( «5M8 «!W^^ WW WSW "1* V ' !?{ ;#« • • .'• F end ánd aim of most men's llveá 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 éeflt interest, semi- annually compounded. If you doniunderstand about it, aBk or vmte us. ■■r/P:," ' ■' ••¿ÍÍSÍ ■■■ '" ■ 1 Orange National Bank. Y AFTERNOON. MAY 20, 1903. "I KWri mú 111 THE COTTON MAflKET. YOAKUM IS ALL OF IT. Opening in New York—N«w Will ft* the Executive Hsad of th« En ■ "K", * ! SmII Directing Operations, .. . tlrs Rock Island Saytarn y Associated Press. <«w Vork, May 20.—The cotton opened with a rush of excite- with Hew Orleans bull* direct f operations. The situation has now Itself Into a struggle for su« between New Orleans load- on the une hand and a combina- oí other interests on the other, hy a loader lato of tbe New bull clique. The former for a «t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 20 May 1903

&hBK8I miM, PRKBIOCNT ■ witn a outwit the ar of London." t- kugm MMM *■ W' A. L. PORO, •CCRCTARf rrr-a -mcnr--' : jlj-= t at the PoatoBco, Oranae, Texa*. aa second claw mail natter SUBSCRIPTION RATES i i Year ••••••a•*••• •••••••• 6 00 Three Month* I Mnntbltit 8 00 Ose Montb.« ••«... miRTIUKfi EATB8 01 A.PPUOATIOH. •mübd Evbkt ArrauMooa at PowhThihtt O'clock, Sowoats Exobptbd, No pood man on either side of this problem which today we have -solVed at the polls will allow the issue to *4 influence him to work less hard and heartily for the upbuilding of Orange*. AH join hands again white some one raise? the píe with this refrain: "Onworii and upward in Beautiful Orange." ORANGE, TEXAS, MAY 20, 1908. fit A DREAM OF CONQUEST. Southern people of intelligence who have looked upon Booker Washington and his career, not qnlv with toleration hut with a certain degree of admiration, Will: be "slow to believe him implicated in the wild and v+s-, ionary scheme of the conquest of Hayti. It is...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 20 May 1903

====== w of Oil Cook STOVES Just received, §#M ¡¡Jqq ' O || ff fÉ See our line of REFRIGERATORS AND WATER COOLERS. We Sell Them at Loweai Pricea. .tf" A full line of Yale A Towne Locks and Builders' Hardware, Sasb, Doors 7J)é ¥%AitA1á and Blinds, Heath & Mlllican Paints, Lead and Oil; Mill Supplies, Pipe *%* '/""M1* and Iron, Felt and Iron Roofing, Graphite, Elastic Smoke Stack Paint, Roofing Paints; Jno.Deere Farming Implements; McCorinick Binder Twine. Wr tr« exclusive Agents for "STAR WIND MILLS." ADVANCE THRESHING MACHINERY, McCORMICK HARVESTING MACHINERY. •PIS AS • y' {y JAS IT • '' We will sell this lot of Ralston's Pancake AT IOC PER PACKAGE. IT MAKES THE MOST DELICIOUS PANCAKES. /VicLEAN & CURRY, •THE FANCY GROCERS. SINCERE EBENEZ1 Kind of solemn chap he was, Dignified old. geexer; Wore a Holemn face, becoa HI name waa Bbeneser. j "Ebenerer," he allowed. Sounded kind of itately: Made him haughty-like an' proudi ' For It pleased him greatly. Eben wae a dunderhead, Lac...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 20 May 1903

1 YOUR BUSINESS IS SOLICITE0. WeStrtov tike Cwiftww. tmw taNMMilLitoral u Cssiwtttlt wW* AtnWiSafely ALF. J. EASTIN, TAILOR LINK BUILDING No. 3. m CHAS. HELMBERG, Manager and Cutter. " Trexa6 PTiress Association. fljf The Texas Press association meets © I Aral 51 tiff PppCrtfial íft in Waxalmcllle Thursday anil Friday. ^ LUCdl dilU t ersonai, g Saturday the association starts on* a l-tour •0,-he sta,e\ Óiiáiigé wffll be-v.is- "*>♦ ; Ited on Wednesday between the hours Mr. Charles' D. Dickensheets oí: of '11:30 a, ni. and '2:-30 p. ni. The New York City, Southern representa-! Civic (WiniHis arranged to decorate tive of Harper's Weekly, was in the! -the—Holland parlors and take care city yesterday .on business connected of the ladies who accompany .the od- wlth "-the forthcoming' mammoth ¡ itors. ' - Southern industrial edition of the Our business men should begiarfirr^i" p. m.~-What ...Iff the Duty of a W&m Tbe Fifth South east held wMf Lemo®^ Friday night, i of '■'f® oounty, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 21 May 1903

ftvm • l€th te a l009-pa§a m yevr order lithographing Ca VOLUME 2 THE CHIEF end and aim men s V f/?y lives is to have homes of their own. Not so hard if you'll lay by your spare dollars with us. Wonderful . how money Krows according to our plan .of 4 per cent interest, semi- annually compounded. If you I. dojttt understand about it, ask * Or write us. The Orange National Bank. Orange Boy in the Navy; Receiving the President Being a Graphic Account of the Scene at the Golden Gate on Occasion of President Roosevelt's Visit ^ to San Francisco. San Francisco, Cal., May 12, 1903. MEMBER or THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ORANGE, TEXAS. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. MAY 21, 1903. Yoakum and Other Big Giuis Touring Southeastern Texas How I wish you could be her at this moment! The bay out where the aquadron la anchored presenta a tna*- nlfféetft apectacle tonight, for It la one In flamea, the glare from the electric light* painting the sky for miles. The jtrealdent arrived In the city " at 2 O'clock thia after...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 21 May 1903

wWW >^ww.swwwieww i *EIN LITHOGRAPHING CO., fumi.l«MCfis RUN. rwniMNT ft. L. FORD, •CCRCTARr - 8t°íy- lo fifty Af <J at the Postofltce. Orange, Texan, ma second class mall matter SUBSCRIPTION RA TBS i s Tear a oo Three Mont bit ...v. I Months 8 00 Ose Months. ÁDTSKTIB1NG HATSN ON APPLJCATIOS •St 51 to According to the New jjolitician is authority for the Hanna once gave a banquet in The dessert was to be twenty-five luscious termelons. The day before the dinner Mr. Hanna had the mfIons plugged and poured a pint-rrf champagne into each jrielon, then placed them on ice. After the dinner each farmer got half a melon. They began tast- ing them, winked at each other', looked wise and before the affáir was over every farmer was slipping the seeds inte" his vest pocket."- i ssusd Evbht ArraRNooN at FojmiTBiwrr O'clock, Sundays Exosptsd. ORANGE, TEXAS, MAY 21, 1908. WMÍ III i . r -3. A WORD J N PASSING. Ordinarily when a person predicts a particular condi- tion of affairs as a result ...

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