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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 26 May 1903

mm WM ■■mi Til w;f if. m . 1 m — — 'A;'*,. Those Taxes. Many of our citizens are receiving •Otlces that Certain real estate *hlch appears from the deed record* to bo- long to tlieu appear on the delinquent rolls, having been assessed to the un- known owner, and that suit will be filed to collect said takes unless paid within 30 days from the date of no- tice. Col. Rucker. who Is sending those notices, requests us to explain that most of these delinquencies are for {ears before the present owner bought and, If the present owner will call on his grantor he will probably pay said taxes; but the collector can only de- JUknd the taxes from the present own- er; and the county attorney can only sue the present owner. In some cases the taxes have been paid but the collector failed to enter the payment on the tax roll and in such cases the owner should show his receipt to the present tax collector, who will oorreet the roll to correspond with the receipt. In some oases the owner, or the as- ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 26 May 1903

mm ' H¡ wmm Wm\Ww$ÍÚ f w. h. stark, L. MILLER. W. W. ft cm, Cmnklmr J. Q. SIMS, A—U CeUlur m fei. r i 1869 £J"^c {Jirst ^)\atJonaí of ©range. íFexas. YOUR BUSINESS IS SOLICITED. „ We Strive to fee Courleom, Prompt Careful aml-'as Ufeeril *i Consistent with Absolute Safety. ALF. J. EASTM, TAILOR LINK BUILDING No. 3. CHAS. HELMBERC, Manager and Cutter. $jjj «V ¡ i 'tMw l)f É J • i. ■ SiSI S I mm IMA Miss Bell, Principal ORANGE SCHOOL OF STENOGRAPHY. NICHT. DAY. Ttaorougli Instruction tn Short Hand.Typewriting, Englltib Grammar. Spelling Punctuation. POSITIONS GUARANTEED. For full particulars, call Room JO and 32. Rein Block. School opens 9 a. m. to8 p. m.. and 7.&I p. m. to o 30 p. m. THE FIRST WARNING you receive that your eyes arc not right, come to ut. and we guaran- tee to remedy the defect with a pair of Perfect Fitting Glasses. . ^ p ~ I The Palace Jewelry Store. ! J Link Bldg. JSE LUCAS. « • Local and Personal. g Isidor Adler of New Orleans is in town. B. A. McNeeley. of Ho...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 27 May 1903

T Mm . ■ IIP ¡mtf Wk . flu ' m tun anything treat i fM j#*r r* a l$0§'pa§9 I Vm*. I«M h y**r arrf*r 1 Ma " p| iwtomt MEMBER OP THE A8SOCIATKD PRE88. =3= VOLUME 2 ORANGE, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, MAY 27, 1903. The Dally Tribuna will ha 11varad to your ham* or plat of hualneaa alx day la th« week far 30 canta a manth. NUMBER 53^ PVftldNT * PROM THE M08T HUMBLE OP POSITIONS ^vS\ in life' m<m have mounted up- ward to success and affluence, through the habit of spend- ing less than they earned. If you have tbé ambition to be- come Wealthy, this bank óffers (/ you a way. Its financial y standing is unquestioned, and its officers are always happy to welcome new depositors. The Orange National Bank. Murdered Mao Was Identified 8p*otal to Th* Tribute. Beaumont, Tents, May 17.—The deed body of the mea who wu found In the Neehee river with hie haada tied with a pocket handkerchief, a re* part of which appeared in th*** col- tunne yeaterday afternoon, haa been On being conveyed to the Bro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 27 May 1903

f- 7;■ ':'í'¡ftj$ mm $> pfflKsKISI Jailg Ititomc «MlIN LITMOGRAPHtNGOO., l UBUSH*lie. a. %.. roiw ,a*cBcr*nf . M. NKIN, MlliMllT f. i j - uercd at the Post office. Ontnge. Tessa, ss second class mall matter t «Months SUBSCRIPTION RATE*i 6 01) Three Months • li ........... a oo Oae Month a•«•••• •• •1 Mi . «0 ADVSBTISWG RA TBS OS AFPUGATIOB aarao Eraar aptshkoom at Foob:Thibtt ooloox, Subdats Szoarras. r=r- ORANGE, TEXAS, MAY 27, 1903. A FAMOUS CHAMBERMAID. Who is Louise Spence Hadlcy, suddenly sprung into prominence ? She is not a great actress nor the author of the latest popular book. She may credit her rise to fame upon the simple circumstance o'f refusing to make up a bed in which Booker T. Washington had ¡ money. Postmaster Hedges, of Kossuth, Iowa, blew slept. Louise Spence Hadley is a white chambermaid,! himself, his postoffice and store building to atoms a remain in such a barbarous country ? The land < free and the home of tibe brave is open to receivc ■ ,'f * ■"" We ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 27 May 1903

I . i« V ■ ft Sfeí Jk m Mr. R. L. MoCormick, president of Mississippi Valley Lumbermen'* elation, and secretary of the Woy- *u*er Timber company, in a recent ervlew defined clearly and forcibly Intimate relations between forest* and lumbering. Mr. MoCormlck's lews are especially Interesting as ex- pressing the very cordial attitude to- ward forestry so generally felt by lumbermen. "Every man In the lumber business today whose dealings are of sufficient extent to be subject to Influences, be- yond those of purely local demand and aupply," says Mr. McOormick, "realiz- es that the lumber Industry In many rations Is confronted by the growing •earcity of available timber. Esti- mates of timber resources still remain- ing point to It also. But the strongest proof lies in the conditions which al- ready affect our Industry. "It Is Just cause for congratulation so far a# the actual harvesting of tim- ber and its manufacture Into lumber is concerned. American lumbermen are far ahead of those ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 27 May 1903

i.Mfue*. w.w.aeio. " r^^PrPrliPf-', ■ vWwH J.0.8M8, Aaa't CiflMif Ijirst 5latioi\o of Grange 3"«xa . PV'I fOI7lf BUSINESS IS SOLICITED. We StrlT* to k Ceertceei, Freest CtrilM ««I at UNrel u Caauitoat with AkMtito Utty. ALF. J. EASTIN, TAILOR LINK BUILDING No. 3. i áMfH CHAS. HELMBERG, Manager and Cutter. Miss Bell, Principal ORANGE SCHOOL OF STENOGRAPHY. Thorou NICHT. DAY. ough instruction In Short Band,Typewriting, .English Grammar. Spelling Punctuation. POSITIONS QUARA NTKBD. For full partícula , call _ _ , Rooms lOand 32. Rain Block. School opens9 a. m. to3 p. m.. and7.*i p. m. to 6 80 p. m. v; 8-1 w nw: m mt m •¥¥ VV •¥¥W LLocal and Personal, g J. B. Crawford, ol Sllboe, spent last night tn the city. 8. A. Mcneeiy. contractor for the Orange and Northwestern railroad, is in the city. Large Arm Oak Rocker, $1.75; Scroll Arm Rodded Rocker, $2.00, at Ortmey- er's Furniture Store. J. S. Carton, of Galveston, Is in the olty. D. C. Andrews, of New Orleans, is among tha guests at the H...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 28 May 1903

r #>-wAi-'' The Daily Tribune will he live red to your horn's or place of business six days in the wook for 50 cento n month. MBMaiR OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ORANGE, TEXAS. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. MAY 28. 1903 NUMBER 54 hundreds of Articles the People of the Press tOOthplCKB About the home, besides the home itself, can be Beautified and Preserved rf*Q CóSt °f sutfh a Pleasing transformation is simply ' ^ the-expense of a few cans of Knamels. or For outside work, a few gallons of our Head y Mixed i'alnt at il.90 per gallon prom the most humfele op POSITIONS in life, men have uiounted up- ward to success and affluence, through the habit of Spend- ing less than they earned. If you have the ambition to be- come Whitby, this bank offers you a way. Its financial standing is unquestioned, and its officers are always happy to welcome new depositors. The Orange National Bank. Orange Wins First Shoot For the Peters Loving Cup The tint shoot ot the Orange-Beau- moot serles, which cama oE yesterd...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 28 May 1903

•>ite Year .••••• « * Month err m v - ■ REIN LlTMOOWAPHINC CO., PUWJ«Mti«. M. RUN, PRKSIMNT A. L. PORP, at tbc PoatoDce. Orange, Texas, aa second class mall matter •UMOItimON RATIli e 00 Three Month* •• J® ,;...'l<o one Month.... 80 ADTBRTiaXXG RATSS OW AFKOOATJOS. came to tell, and the shown. [' it us such 1 MOBS ETCRT Arrwwoo* AT FolmiTHIBTT OCW>OU, SDMOATB ÍKMW . ORANGE, TEXAS, MAY 28, I9Q3- PERSECUTING THE_JEIVS. The description of the Kischenef horrors may be ex- aggerated. No one knows; but. from all the evidence at hand, not even the half of the atrocities which have been and continue to be perpetrated in that portion of Russia can be printed. The Jews are vet. and shall al- wavs be, God's chosen people, and He leaves not His children friendless. From his brother Benjamin now comes the help, divinely provided for Judah. From Israel there cometh the tramp of marching millions to the rescue of the perishing. The cry of the. oppressed shall be beard. From the United Sta...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 28 May 1903

(A. E. Nash, In The Bookkeeper^ m 111 I co lato a bunk I get rittied clerk* rattle me; the sight of the ey rattles me; everything rattles The moment t crone the thrash of a bank I km a hesitating Jar. I attempt to transact business then become an Irresponsible idiot. knew this beforehand, but my sal ary had been raited to $60 a month, and I felt that the bank was the only place for it. Bo I shambled la and looked timidly round at the elerks. I had an Idea that a person about to open a bank account must needs consult the man agec. 1 went up to a window marked "Ac- countant." The accountant was a tall, cool devil. The very'aighi of htm rat- tied me. My voice Was sepulchral. "Can I see the manager?" I said, aad added, solemnly, "alone." I don't léow why I said "alone." "Certainly," said the accountant, aad fetched him. The manager was a grave, calm man. I held my fto clutched In a crumpled ball in my pocket. "An you the managerf" I said. God kaows I didn't doubt It. "Tea; he said. "Can...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 28 May 1903

t. miit*. w. NT. HtID, J. O. SIMS, Ass't CaaMtr ftatatfieM 1669. £jt\* ^3*ir t 3\atic">af of Grange, ¿Texai. YOUR BUSINESS IS SOLICITED. Wc Strive to k< Courteous. Prwnpt Careful ssd l> Ubtrtl i Cssuifsst with AkieM* Sifsly. ALF. J. EASTIN, ' - TAILOR LINK BUILDING No. 3. CHAS. HELMBERG, Manager and Cutter. UmSHm^maSm WaSHmaWBirara Miss Bell Principal ORANGE SCHOOL OF STENOGRAPHY. NIGHT. DAY. Thorough instructions in Short Hand, Typewriting. English Qratmnar. Spelling Punctuation. POSITIONS GUARANTEED. For lull particular , call Room* SO and 32. Rain Block. School opens 9 a. m. to3 p. m.. and 7.SU p. m. to #.ao p. m. Local and Personal, f Large Arm Oak Rocker, $1.75; Scroll Arm Rodded Rocker, $2.00, at Ortmey- er'B .furniture Stace. Sidney Wellington of New Orleans was in the city yesterday. H. W. Lyle of Waco was in the city last night. - —-~ L. F. Chester of Beaumont was in town this morning. Mrs. J. H. Payne of Houston is at the Holland. John Griffith went to Beaumont ye...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 29 May 1903

Tíre Dmtfy Tribune will te é llvered to your homi or placo of business tlx days in the week for 30 cents a month. frém a I* "Jtf « ■a year order (Mi Lithographing Co MEMBER OP THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NUMBER 55 ORANGE, TEXAS* FRIDAY AFTERNOON. MAY 29, 1903 VOLUME 2 m PROM THE MOST HUMBLE OP POSITIONS in life, men have mounted up- ward to success and affluence, through the habit of spend- ing less than 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. National Bank. What One Man is Doing For a Better Orange """ ThU'afternoon and tonight there win be the usual «enrices at the Christian church In «ble city, and ev- erjr day next week similar services will be held. Tomorrow, Saturday, night, the services to young men, pre- vtoualy announced, will be held. A number .the young ladles of the city have been asked to write a defini- tion of their Ideal young m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 29 May 1903

IK í'M. ■ mmm W&t E rajt Sails Siilnw iV uk in lit hook aphinq CO., rwaushkna. m. rein, nmiimT a. l. pond, ••crct*b# Leered at the Postofflce. Otante, Texas, u second class mall natter i/ae Tear H* Months........ SUBSCRIPTION RATESi ••••••ees* «00 Three Months.... 8 00 Oae Mohth........ ▲DTSKTISING «ATM OH AWUOATJOK. .•1 M) . M wtrai> Emr ArrsiuiooN at Fodk:Thirty O'CLOCK, SOMOATB IXOIR1D. ORANGE, TEXAS, MAY 29, 1903; 'WE NEED MONEY. Mississippi does some things which it Would profit us to make note and imitate. A convention has just been held in Meridian of |heHeading commercial men of Mississippi, and a State organization on the order of a business men's federation has been effected. It is announced that the general purpose in view is the industrial development of the State. Now; Texas needs a similar organization. We all need .money and Texas is in a position jto offer better returns for money invested than anv other part of the earth. Such an organization might be a centr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 29 May 1903

w rr/ I 1,"' ■ N D S CRUEL Juliet Bisho which IB •poke at the ditrer wan beating an overload- ed horse, and be deserved all the re- marks that the lady made to hint, Baying a good deal, for the length and with spirit. The beating stopped, for she had mention- ed the S. P. C. A., and that meant a line, which makes horse-beating a costly pleasure*, but as she walked aWay, with her heed in the air, the driver growled In wrath: "Well, 1 like that! Her to talk about cruelty! At any rate I don't -"dead things on mr hat." The dead thing she wore ota her hat had once been a bird. It had once béen a swallow-tailed fly catcher. Now it had yellow beads for eyes, and its wings were wide spread, with a sad travesty on being just ready to fly. It sat at the front of the hat, its parted beak Just above the eyes that had flashed so angrily at the brute who waii beating his home. Her eyes were not done flashing yet, but there was In them .a self-satlsfled gleam, too. She had spoken her mind to Me of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 29 May 1903

Mtú, ¡ft BR'. Eg: TAILOR LINK BUILDING No. u?. CHAS. HELMBERC, Manager and Cutter. Miss Bell, Principal ORANGE SCHOOL OF STENOGRAPHY. NIQHT. DAY. Thorough Instruction * In Sbort Band,Typewriting, Engllhh Grammar. Spelling Punctuation. POSITIONS GUARANTEED. For full particulars, call Room* 30 and 32, Rein Block. School openM 9 a. m. to 3 p. m.. and 7.S i p. m; to 80 p. m. MP 1 ¡®í mm HcWa ■ • -■ ji ,■ Ufe y al ion Woj Supprwd. CitmMieifiMr qf a Vñique Character. ... AUCTION MER t Wbon Judge Roy Bean of Lanprtry, Tex., tiled the other duy the most noted exponent of the majesty of the low lu the HoutluvoHt passc^l to his reward. Like other pioneer statesmen and "first citizens," he run u saloon. It win called the Jersey Lily and was n popu- lar histltutfnn 1n taingtrv. it cue street frontier town nestling In n deep can- yon of the Ulo Grande where the rail- road crosses the big river. A favorite method of punishing of- fenders in ordinary eases was retjnlr- | Ing them to pay their fine...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 30 May 1903

• rr Jrn . ty . $ ■if ■ Wmr mmm Ü^SÍ:'V,F®™ •:' m — aaythlmg tram a toth ■ r f • fMl HI d as yatir order Ito* LHha§rmphln§ Co ¡fe The Daily Tribune will ka de- livered to, your home or placa of buslneaa six days w tha waak tar 80 canta a month. MEMBKK OF THK ASSOCIATED PRESS. HUME 2 ORANGE, TEXAS. SATURDAY AFTERNOON. MAY 30. 1903. NUMBER 56 mm PROM THE MOST HUMELE OP POllTlONS in life, men have mounted up- ward to success and affluence, through the habit of spend- ing less than they earned. If 1 you have the ambition to be- Ji come wealthy, this bank offers you a way. Its financial standing is unquestioned, and Hs officers are always happy to welcome newdepositors. National Bank. ^IN O R A N G E BEAUMONT AT BEAUMONT Sunday, May 11 SAME CALLED AT 4:3 O'CLOCK. ROUND TRIP $1.10 Quick Work of Texas Justite In An Atrocious Case *4 Local and Personal. Uwrt Catroa ««at to Houataa yea- rn tha aacarsfoa. been let bo Contractor J. A. Fink, who will begin the work as soon as possl Me. William ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 30 May 1903

ü Si-tered at tbe PoctoOce. Granjee. Texaa, as second class mall matter Sis = ngt gailg irihitw UK IN LITHOGRAPH INC CO., PIMN.ISMMS. M. NIIH. PRCSIUKNT A. I rONDt«KenrrARf mi ,i i wi¿ W:'; Ü SUBSCRIPTION RATES i une Year eeeoe ««**eeeeeee*s* 6 00 Three Month* U W I'i Monti ....••■.,•■•■.« ,... 8 00 Oae Month...... «..•• ,•• • W AoravTOOic hatm on apfucatio*. Emr ARmooi at FomcTaxwrr o olook, Sunoats Kxobptid. ORANGE, TEXAS, MAY 30, 1903. THE WAR IS ON. ^ With the advent of the Johnson Bayou mosquito hu- manity in this portion of the moral vineyard is duly arming for the mortal fray which will be forced upon us. Self-preservation being the first law of nature, we naturally seize the first weapon at hand to hurl at the grim and bloody enemy, while thought is swift to furnish means of future protection. Surgeon General Wyman has taken occasion to pub- licly point to the success of-the use of oil in destroying mosquitoes, and the New Orleans Picayune publishes Interesting results: "Exp...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 30 May 1903

m w CONDUCTIO BY mm. w. C. EAITKRLIMC. ■M Social and Per- sonal Notes and Timely Topics All CosnsnlcMloni Intended far this de- {•rtiMnl thould be addmted to Mtt W. C. SMcrllnt, e re Tkc Tilbunc. and to intuit InKr'ton In the current iuue thpúld rtacb Ikla dclk mi liter than Friday noon. Visit of the Frees. The m«mben of the Texas Presa association, who were the guests of our city Wednesdty were loud In their praises of us. On arriving it the paper mill they were met by Mrs. C. B. Blade, Mrs. Rom Otiellhe and Mrs. B. R. Ford, Misses Hattie Chenault and Fannie Betiis, from the Civic dub, and a com- mittee from the Business League. Ttiey ware shown the wonderful sight of ¿paper made from yellow pine shav- ings and given «ampies of the paper manufactured at this mill. All left this mill wearing decorations made from the paper trimmings ,1 Arriving at the Holland hotel they were greeted by many of the members of the Civi« club aad ladies of the city and escorted to the paVlors where re-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 30 May 1903

MONDAY June 1st BIG REDUCTION IN WHITE NOTHING WILL BE RESERVED—Our entire stock of fine white Swiss Lawns, white Grenadines, Paris Lawns, India Linons, Silk Tissues, Madras, Piques and Organdies. All must go regardless of profit. The hot summer months are fast approaching. You will doubtless need an- other white dress, probably two or three, to complete your wardrobe for the warm weather. $ to $ to to to to to to to to ===== Now is Your Opportunity to Supply Your Wants at Prices Astonishingly Low: LOT No. I. Finé white sheer Paris Lawn, 68 inches wide; the kind many of you have seen and called cheap at 75c a yard; only / ^ _ a few pieces left; will go next week faja* LOT No. 5. One piece very fine white £ Embroidered Swiss, 75c quality, IJ Sf* Sale price next week, per yard . . Try a PEYSER COLLAR. tSc each, or tl.SO a datan. Colored Lawns. Our stock of Colored Laws, we are glad to ad- mit just now, is very low. All of our 5c, 7 i-2ct 8 i-2c and most all of our 10c colored Lawns ha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 1 June 1903

•a your Lithographing Co VOLUME 2 ®lte The Dally Tribuí will bo to- ll ve red to your home r placé of business six days m the* week for 50 conta a month. MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. ORANGE, TEXAS, MONDAY AFTERNOON, JUNE 1, 1903. NUMBER 57 PROM THE MOST HUMBLE OP POSITIONS in life, men have mounted up- ward to success and affluence, through the habit of Spend- •V . infj less than they earned. If * * ydu have the ambition to be- r f1 come wealthy, this bank offers , >! you a way. Its financial y standing is unquestioned, and > its officers are always happy to welcome new depositors. Orange National Bank. Injunction Granted at Beaumont Restraining Orange Commissioners r if í ' 'V -<** ■ From Cinvassin* Returns and Publishing Result of the Load Option Election—Attorneys Now «Paring an Answer to Secure a Dissotoiorof the Injunction. Y«rt*rday on petition • Robertson * Watson, McKay A Griffith aftd Oeo. Gray, aaloon man of Orange, Judge Papa, of Boaumont, of the Mth district ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 1 June 1903

infame IN LITMOQflAPHINO CO., PUSUSMCRS. M. RUN, PRESIOKNT A. k. PONO. •KONCTARf 'S.L.ereú at tbe PastoBce. Oranre, Texas. M second clin mail matter une Tear .... fx Month ... SUBSCRIPTION RATES i 8 op Three Month*. 8 DO One Month..... .•••••••• .11 Ml . 8U ADTVRTIBIXG «ATM O* AePUOATJOS. muss JfrvssT ArrmuKOO* at Fom:TsiaTT O'oloos, Sowdats bxosptsd. ORANGE, TEXAS, JUNE i, 1903- m i|p;, bSrw? • the ideal young man. . The writer was somewhat amused and much enter- tained and instructed by the reading at the Christian church in this city on Saturday night of a number of vigorous communications from young ladies giving their definition of an ideal young man. At the conclu- sion of the reading there was a very perceptible femi- nine flutter when the minister announced that .the pa- pers woulcTbe turned over to the editor for further dis- position. The Tribune is proud to be the vehicle for preserving so valuable a collection. The papers aré excellent and show the young ladies possessed...

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