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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 21 May 1903

«tó-ií ÍÍAÍÍÍp. A ',f — m y< ==: . RK See our line of OIL COOK STOVES ¡ustrecelved. See out line of REFRIGERATORS AND WATER COOLERS. We Sell Them at Lowest Prices. A full Une of Yale & Towne Locks and Builders' Hardware, Sasb, Doors fi\a C*H/IL and Blinds, Heath & Mlllican Paints, Lead and Oil; Mill Supplies, Pipe "" "*•'* and Iron, Felt and Iron Roofing, Graphite, Elastic Smoke Stack Paint, Roofing Paints; Jno.Deere Farming Implements; McCormick Binder Twine. We are exclusive Agents lor "STAR WIND HILLS," ADVANCE THRESHING MACHINERY, McCORMICK HARVESTING MACHINERY. AS LONG AS IT LASTS Wc will sell this lot of SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT OF CITY SCHOI Orange, "£exas, Ma^ 21, 190*3! To the Honorable 'Board of Education Public(Schools of Orange, Texas: GentlemettL_lttour attention is di- rected, to the following report of the schools for the ninth scholastic month ending May 16, 1903; also to a few statistics from the annual report to the state superintendents of public in- str...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 21 May 1903

.STARK. fammlémrní rrwstewwas* l. MILLCK. Hn^m. rteio, Caskler J. O. SIMS, Ata'l CuaMmr 1689 £Jf\e {5*irst 31ationat f)c)ai\^ pf Grange, £T«xas. VOÍ7A? BUSINESS IS SOLICITED. Wc Strive to be Courteous, Prompt Careful a«d at Liberal as Constituí with Absolute Safety. ALF. J. EASTIN, r TAILOR LINK BUILDING Ao. 3. CHAS. HELM BERG, Manager and Cutter. II The PMlanthro&ist Believes Orange Is Destined to Be a Large and Important City-Is Much Pleased With Success ot Local Option. : g Local and Personal, g J. B. Seargent, collector of the porf, has gone to his home In Orange to recover from an attack of the grippe. L. W. Field of the customs office at Galveston will fill Mr. Seargent's po- sition during his absence.—Port Ar- thur News. J. D. Jourdan and wife left the city for their future home at El Campo. Mr. Jordan goes to El Campo to be- come miller for th'e El Üampo rice miW. —Their -many fr ien<i9 w ish t hem much prosperity in their new- home. s N. Eckhart received a wire from ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 22 May 1903

Bpni Wm • • 1 1' - !* '.*J * V'4< - w '! V' ■gfia ipP'^IHPSw *" v i'• ' "' r'" w it Wm print anything from a 18th ih0 t dodger to 0. 1000-page 'took. Sand ua your order' Kola Lithographing Co úm&¿T 'y-JiSr ''láiMi mm MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. The Dally Tribuno wlfl be de- livered to your bom* or place of business six days m the week tor 50 cents a month. mm$$,íí VOLUME 2 ORANGE, TEXAS. FRIDAY AFTERNOON, MAY 22, 1903. NUMBER 49 THE CHIEF nd and aim oí most., men's es is to have homes of their k own, Not so hard if you'll lay by your spare dollars with us. Wonderful how money arrows according to our plan of i per cent interest, semi- annually compounded. JÍ you dont understand about it, ask; or write us. / Orange National Bank. Orange Will Elect a Mayor Wednesday, June 3rd City Council in Special Meeting Today Fix Jefferson Davis' Birthday for Choosing a New Executive. Yesterday's Proceedings. Visit May Affect the ">t Railroad Map of Texas 0«lveston, Texan, May 21.—Pre...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 22 May 1903

m t §ailjt Itibunc BE IN LITHOGRAPHING CO., POMMMC**. IS. M. RUN. PRESIDENT A. L. FORD, SECRETAR 1 CL.crra at ttie Panto mee, t j anee. Texa . aa second clti* mall matte* jne Year BlX Months........ SUBSCRIPTION RATES I 6 do Three Month* ... ........... It 00 One Month....... • • ADVERTISING RATBS OS AWUCiTlO . NHUBD EVUHT ATTiKNOOK AT FOt7«i:THIRTY O OXiOOK, SDNDATS E*0*PTED. ORANGE, TEXAS, MAY 22, 1903. state, and it seems that the federal authorities have now determined to take a hand in the enforcement of the laws. Recently in charging the grand jury at Ty- ler, Federal Judge Bryant laid special stress on viola- tions of tTie internal revenue laws, and told the jurors that they should look out for such cases. In future violators of the whisky laws will have Uncle Sam to deal with as well as the state. DISCUSSING A A7AVAL MILITIA. . The Tribune has on several occasions referred to plans suggested for a naval reserve and has contended that on the accomplishment of deep, water Oran...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 22 May 1903

BSKrafiHffilraTCMim *®í$1IÍM«V 'Mi: f /- >'*. ■Ü TAKES PLACE SATURDAY, MONDAY; TUESDAY-MAY 23, 25,26 &P: BLAND & CO r M MANUFACTURERS' SHORT LENGTHS AT LESS "THAN COST TO MAKE From the mills direct we have bought thousands of yards of short lengths in all classes of goods, and they go on sale at very small prices. In the lots are Table Linens, Napkins, Crash, Wash Goods, Dress Goods, Ribbons, etc. If you want Bargains, here is an exceptional opportunity to save money. <£ & <£ mwd-■ M I Table Linens. Sh^rt lengths from the mills, in lengths of 2$ and 8 yards to each-piece. These are extra special bargain , and everyone has use for such goods, C'óme in and see how low we sell them. — Napkins. V. ,j.' i A great assortment of good patterns in silver bleached Napkins in the sale. These are in half dozen packages, and at the prices offered will be great values. Come early before they are sold. Short Lengths of Crash Here is something useful every day in the year. The ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 22 May 1903

Wm$ K$v. fiSÜ rn •mmmm I'll II "' . N. STARK, L. MILL CU. W. W. 1íf . j. o. aims, Assf CSsA/sr &staf>fi f\e& 1889. f5"$\e ^Jírst ^^otioi^ of ©range 5"exas. YOUR BUSINESS IS SOLICITED. We Strive to be Caurteoat, Prompt Careful and at Liberal at Continent with Absolute Safety. ALF. J. EASTIN, TAILOR ,UNK BUILDING No. 3. CHAS. HELMBERG, Manager and Cutter. mm**, Beaumont Saloon Men Will Special to The Tribune. i Beaumont, Texas, May 22.—The sa- j loon men have organized In thlc olty,' employed counsel and will makean of. fort here 8unday to have the law en- forced to the letter.. The Law and Order League has so been notified this afternoon.. The Intention Is announced to close every place of lHisln«ss, stop the street oars, and prohibit any oharacter of Sunday amusement In retaliation for cloalns the saloons on Sunday. If the movement Is persisted In there will be a prohibition election held as soon as possible In Jefferson county. . ...-: One Great Beauty - about-trading he...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 23 May 1903

HKHlinw v* P^i¿$r:•*"•■•: :■'& <M\W I'-ippI ' •• ifeCfl R¡*, -" jBRPpp I ' ™ ' if f* w ? ? jRa*? jt í;':,'ylv,>• ^ . .-'.•Y.-.. ■'•.. • • ¿, ' '* ■ - n HI II . —* f from a 10th a l$0+pa§e SedM# M your order *otn LNhogrtfthltig Co The Dally Tribune will be de- livered to your hom* er place of bualneaa six day a In the week for 50 centa a> month. Ill- MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. VOLUME 2 ORANGE. TEXAS. SATURDAY AFTERNOON, MAY 23, Í903. NUMBER 50 ■¿m* .. i I THE CHIEF end and aim of mpst men's lives is to have homes of their own. Not so hard if you!ll iay by your spare dollars with us. Wonderful how money grows according to our plan of 4 percent interest, semi- annually compounded. If you dont understand about it, ask or write us. The Orange National Bank. * PS*® Executive Committee Discussed Matters of Importance to Orange Tie Entertainment ot the Texas Press Association—The Rest and Reading Room Propositions, the Road to Echo and Other Subjects. The executive committ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 23 May 1903

<z -mm Social and Per- sonal Notes and Timely Topics CONDUCTED by , mm. W. C. BASTERLINC. Phone 4Ji. A'.1 . ,' >.*• The Ladle*' Reading Club. During the social season of 1902 and 1908 there have beon many enjoy- able events, but none can quite equal the one given by the Ladios' Reading club Friday afternoon, May 15. Miss Gertrude Chapman vas the hostess who welcomed the members at the home of Mr. Frank Hewson. At the beginning of the year it. was decided that whenever a fifth Friday occurred in any month we would arrange an extra programme and dispense with our regular lesBon from Qulzot's French History. The fifth Friday in January was de- voted to the study of Paris. By a unanimous vote the fifth Friday in May was to be a social afternoon. Our disappointment was great when we found that Mrs. Sholars anil Mrs. Hugh Curry could' not üc with us. In compliment to these two well-be- loved members tiíe dalo was changed to May 15th. " Only two members were abspnt, Mrs. George Bancr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 23 May 1903

Iwímvk ■M 'Mi- , wmwieipwi .auuuum T. U. EPARTMENT rryrmw Í : ■ ll« n«M *♦. 4 . c*n Mir Trftaat. ftjuuuuum.fl ft.fio.ojuuL'' mm' h'i' The W, C. t. U. Benediction. The Lord bles* thee and keep thee. The Lord make His (ace shine upon thee and be gracious unto thee. The Lord lift up HU countenance upon thee, and give thee peace. • • • Ne Place for Boya. What can a boy do and where can a boy atay, If he la always told to get out of the way? He cannot alt here, he must not atand there. The cuahlona that cover that One rock' 1 Ing chalí1 Were put there, of courae, to be aeen and admired: A boy haa no business to ever be tired. The beautiful flowers and^roaea that bloom On the floor of that darkened and dell* onto room Are not made to walk on—at least, not by boya; The house la no place, anyway, for their noise. Tot boya must walk pome where; and what If their feet •ant out of our houses, sent into the street, I Should atop round the corner and pause at the door, Where other hoya' feet hav...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 23 May 1903

m mi §pP iww mMBM ■"""" ■ . "/'V rein lithographing go., Puouafcana. a. m. rftin, president a. l. ford, aicntTAR 1 at the Poatomce. Orange, Texas, aa second claaa mall matter SUBSCRIPTION RATIIi jae Year 0 00 Three Mont bu. Bis Month* 8 00 Oae Month..... .«1 Mi . to 4DTIRT1UIIC RA TVS OS AWJOSTIO*. BHU«I> ETSHT ArTMSOOS AT FotNt¡THIBTT O'CLOCK, SüNDATS EXUBSTBD. ORANGE, TITXAS, MAY 28, 1908. " INTOLERANCE. y_i- all the time, but how efforts to bring the successful conclusion will be redoubled. ♦o a p 1 Intolerance has been the curse of some of the smárt- est men of dll ages. It has caused human'blood and the blood of beasts to flow like water in ages past, and its ripened- harvest, has been sorrow and misery. Intolerance and • ch iritv are antipodal qualities. Not one spark oti%h<>v can exist in the other. How many thousands of the best men have been forever spoiled and their usefulness "destroyed because in their esti- mation the other fellow is always wrong if he disagree...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 23 May 1903

Mil % i: Sli ; m '■ mm* ^ááíÉM A. AND B* Oy Mmd KvlmXV) RflVw.tiii TT OnwrkrM, wo , by ap. 0. iteOur* ■mri'tmpwr t ohd The O. T. A. >ot his bend Into general superintendent's doorway a "iahl: "v". 7"'"T • '1 "Old Tym pan's out there again, .1 •ee. Palmer." - "No iiw," .replied the general super- intendent. "Ill# name came hi two bgurs ago. I told him to report here next time he wot drunk. This finishes him." Five minutes later old Tympan, aft- er forty yenrs of serMce for the A. and* B., went tumbling djown the stnlrs lo- calise he was drunk at the Hancock street «witch the day the director* went up the line. Palmer had given him a pass home, eighty mile up the road, and then fired him with, ten of the word Palmer wasn't accustomed to using on.ordinary Jobs. Train No. S pulled in while Tympan fumbled the pasa on the platform, and be climbed InSnd found a double cent ta tlie smoker, lie knew only that he was out of a Job, with a full pint in his coat and Palmer's trans|Mtrtntion t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 23 May 1903

i? •' : "V,^'' Hpjpr ABINE SUPPLY I —;ui 11 i "— , * 111 —■ " See our line of OIL COOK STOVES Just received. See our line of REFRIGERATORS AND WATER COOLERS. We Sail Them at to wear Price . A full line of Yale & Towne Locks and Builders' Hardware, Sasb, Doors J 77Y« fvaM/?I* and Blinds, Heath & Millican Paints, Lead and Oil; Mill Supplies, Pipe! ^ an(j iron) pe]t and Iron Boofing, Graphite, Elastic Stroke Stack Painty Roofing Paints; J no. Deere Farming Implements; McCorinick Binder Twine. We art exclusive Agents for ( , "STAR WIND MILLS," ADVANCE THRESHING MACHINERY, McCORMICK HARVESTING MACHINERY. fef [V. m1 nil Mfi'. W SUSAN or KEZTAH ? By LAWRENCE PERRY OopVrtfM. I90t, by T. C. Mcdurt MsMMMftMMMIMrtrttisMSMMSlg Judge Tunis Crane pat the last Bhut- to* over the front window of bis «tore, dung tbe bar across and snappi-d tbe BSdlock. Then be turned and gased thoughtfully along tbe turnpike to where a single light gUmmered through a grove of cherry trees. The judge al- ways...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 23 May 1903

4;v >•' Wmm WM'1 f. m J I J I I mm—m TAKES PLACE SATURDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY -MAY 23, 25, 26. Hj&yM ;■ ■ ■' if y i & CO MANUFACTURERS' SHORT LENGTHS AT LESS THAN COS T TO MAKE III From the mills direct we have bought thousands of yards of short lengths in all classes of goods, and they go on sale at very small prices. In the lots are Table Linens, Napkins, Crash, Wash Goods, Dress Goods, Ribbons, etc. If you want Bargains, here is an exceptional opportunity to save money. & & & & •*— iff !fe' $ X m te-; Si® Table Linens, •' Short lengths from the mills, in lengths of 2| and 8 yards to each piece. These are extra special bargains, and everyone has use for such goods. Come in and see howjow we «ell them. Napkins. A gT<*at assortment of good patterns in silver bleached Napkins in the sale. These are in half dozen packages, and at the prices offered will be great values. Come early before they are sold. Short Lengths of Crpsh Here is something useful every da...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 23 May 1903

8 ▼ / IN THE AUCTION MATTING. Ü CHEAP FOR CASH. Our New York Store has bought for spot cash $500,000 worth of merchandise at twenty-five cents on the dollar, We have fust received our share, It's the most stupendous purchase on record. Values you never saw the like before. Regular stores, selling regular goods on a credit, cannot buy as cheap as we sell. Cash, the mighty lever that rules the universe, enables us to give you always the biggest and best Bargains, ot Read the Prices and See How Far a Very Few Cents Will Go. UMBRELLAS, Big assortment 22c to 12-2c a yard TRUNKS. Special job in Trunks. Note our low prices: 6.40, 5.65, 5.20, 4.80, 4.50, 4.35, 2.95, 2.45 and down to • • • / .05 LAWN MOWERS. 3.20 and 3.95 Covered Buckets, •• ••■ --12c, 8c and 5c Half-gallon Tin Cups 5c Eight-inch Mill Saw Files 8c; ... two for 15c Best Chopping Ax with handle; only . .75c Best Hickory Ax Handles • JOc Tin Funnels. • • 8c and 4c Tin Pans 9c, 7c, 5c,4c, 2c - and Jc Cake Pans, fancy, 14c, 10c, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 25 May 1903

"W4i" Pr.'<$* iS;:'' If? $■ JHlP' ?; ÍS>^fjSP iW l&T I fMH anythlag from a !M dodger to a 1000-page S—k. Send M ywr errfer C* ike The Dally Tribuna will be de- livered to your homm or placa of business alx daya m the weak for 80 canta a month. MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. VOLUME 2 ORANGE, TEXAS. MONDAY AFTERNOON. MAY 25, 1903. NUMBER 51 fesy íwÉsfííi HIM;.;; i i 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. The "Black Peril" Creates Terror in Indiana im . 7 • is •■torn mm Uvrnwe. lad., May 24.—This bu been a dar oí Intense agitation In this county oner the murder of Rota Kaiser and the murderous unuK on her jK IkOier last Friday night The farm- er* gathered here, at Gullfok-d, at Manchester and at other towns in thl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 25 May 1903

©tange §ailg Infame MEIN LITHOGRAPHING GO., PUSuaHiaa. oh a*. m, run, president a. l. ford, secretar f <C; Sutered at the Poatofflce. Orange, Texan, a* second cMusHnil matter SUBSCRIPTION RATCIi . ^ . jae Year 6 00 Three Month* Blx Months 8.U0 One Month advertising hater on application .. II «' Ml S8tnu> Evsbt artbunoon at Poo«:Thibtt o'clock, sondatb exoiptbd. ORANGE, TEXAS, MAY 25, 1908. A MISSISSIPPI BULL IN NEW YORK. We have all heard of a,bull in a china shop,.and the majority of us have read of. the capers of a long-horn Texas steer- loose, in Chicago, but their desperate and destructive valor has never equaled the havoc which this spring has been created by a lone Mississippi bull in New York. Brown i£ his name and he hails from Lowndes county, in the Bayou . state, where he was born fifty-four years ago. The Meridian. Press te1' ¡ l$ív his story, which, in connection with the unparalleled juggling of cotton futures in the great markets, all de- pendent largelv upon New...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 25 May 1903

* -(■ ■ •' ■ .. vl líilfl?!1' ' <''iv - '^v ffiSlHI i té' ■ • vff '•>"'. +* s : w B¡'- m '■■ ■ mm iBKIWr ii -—'"i A "BTRIVAL T'RIT ~~By Henry Ljrle CnptmahU txn, hy r. O. McClur* HTQorrowtoofiWTi The Kepbl stags carried uo outside pasaengor*. Inside It ncooiutnodatcd Pour comfortably and six uncomforta- bly. Consequently every one Interwited In any particular trip of the Népbl stage hoped that the numl>er of pao- set K< r« would beTTtnlted to four. At MIHstown. the half way station, the grtnnltiK face of the h istler was tlirort thro'iKli. the stage window, and the four paaspngvvs alr«*ndy Inside groaned. They kww the sign. "Two pussengor*. gents, Kindly git t'gether," the lustier announced. The stage door was tlung open. A woman was a rarity along the Nepbl stage line and a bride unheard of, yet the ftrst paa*enj;er to be ceremoniously thrust Into their midst was very stri- dently a bride, Had All other signs failed, which they did not, there were several kermis of rice...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 25 May 1903

V-^'X"4' 4V^' .'A^', V.^' .4'<^ . V -K '. *"U„.4 IN THE REIN BUILDING. H-fli AUCTION MERCHANDISE CHEAP FOR CASH. Our New York Store has bought for spot cash $500,000 worth of merchandise at twenty-five cents on the dollar. We have just received our share. It's the most stupendous purchase on record. Values you never saw the like before. Regular stores, selling regular goods on a credit, cannot buy as cheap as we sell. Cash, the mighty lever that rules the universe, enables us to give you always the biggest and best Bargains. « <* ¿ Read the Rrlcesand See How Fár a Very Few Cents Will Go. EV m. Ü MATTING. Big assortment 22c to 12-2c a yard TRUNKS Special job in Trunks. Note our low prk&s: 6 5.65, 5.20, 4.80, 4.50, 4.35, 2.95, 2.45 and down to • • • ' *05 LAWN MOWERS. 3.20 and 3é95 ' UMBRELLAS. Covered Buckets, 12c, 8c and 5c Half-gallon Tin Cups 5c Eight-inch Mill Saw Files 8c; . . . two for J 5c Best Chopping Ax with handle; only . . 75c Best Hickory Ax Handles • • • I(Jc ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 26 May 1903

m m We priat anything from a 19th to ■ /000-page Seek. Sand us year order Rein Lithographing Co MEMBER OP THE ASSOCIATED PRESS VOLUME 2 '•#i ■- " ■ COí*>ftiíJH7 PROM THE MOST MUMBLE OP POSITIONS in Ufe, men have mounted up- ward to success and affluence, through the habit of spend- ing less tjian they earned. If you have the ambition to be- come wealthy, this bank offers you a way. Its financial standing is unquestioned, and its officers are always happy to welcome new depositors. ORANGE, TEXAS. TUESDAY AFTERNOON. MAY 26, 1903. Roosevelt's Narrow Escape; Would-be Assassin Arjestei The Dally Tribuno will to llvered to your horn* or plac of business six days in week far SO cents a month. NUMBER 52 Walla Walla. May .26.—Joseph Beck-1 j er, a radical socialist, is' in the city! t Jail here on suspicion of having In-1 j tended to kill President Roosevelt yes- terday. The . episode was kept quiet¡ i until after the President's departure. Backer Is accusal, of having re- marked in Pendl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 26 May 1903

V/. ;/• wm9HRR| W wwA ■r - --n ; ngt §ailg Itifanw UK IN LITHOGRAPHING GO., PUM.ISHKR . M. MIN, PRESIDENT A. L. FORD, SEcniTARi entered at tbe Poatofflce. Orange. Texaa. aa second claaa mall matter SUBSCRIPTION RATCSi OM Year ••••••«•••••••••••••• 6 00 Three Month* St* Itoiub .....8 00 One Month ADVSRTIS1NG RATH OH APPLICATION. ...,S1 M .... w mtvtD Evxrt ArraHMooH at PoobcThihtt O'clock, SOWDAT8 ElOBPTBD. ORANGE, TEXAS,.MAY 20, 1908. THE GROANINCS OF PROSPERITY. hk; • '• i The laboring people seem to have much difficulty in adjusting themselves to the extraordinary growth of prosperity. No thinking man, however partisan or prejudiced, will deny that the country is more prospcr- opsithan in any period of its history. Prosperity means high prices for raw materials as well as manufactured products, and consequently higher wages, but the la- boring element does not believe that wages are ad- vancing in proper proportion to the cost of living, and their contention is in the main correct...

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