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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 21 April 1902

líraPL t-.-PP a ^•Swskpsp 4^ — .. . . •¡Um.t: ü anything from ,a . .._ 'M :í# § t9W-P*at Send us your order. Rein Lithographing Co. m / • Í ■ .'> v - 'P' f:-T MEMBER AJJOCIATED PREJÍ Hi* VOLUME 1 '1 •■•'■ - 1 ■ ■ ' ■ v.. ^Z.:JT If'': ' — ! Í ORANGE, TEXAS, MONDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL ,21, 1902. 3áE 4 =7^ |Mé§| J§e Dally Tribune wl.. . Iliered to your home o of business six days week for SO cento a „A PREVALENT EVIL. Now is the time lots of people start account at the- store, ~ Next fall ill bring the day of recKonihg. The ade will be against the farmer, ause he will bnj^ more than he ex- to bay. will buy things he jd not bpy when paying cash, will |uy things he "conld do without and (re the money, because it is easy to "and a long time tilTpay day. But pay day will surely come and it II take hard money to pay for gpods bought. Stick to the cash gentlemen, and no power on can keep you down. Your suc- ia asssured, your prosperity will surpassed; your supremacy will come —Leonard Graphi...

Publication Title: Orange Daily Tribune
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 21 April 1902

./•v. >■ • : ;> ftein lithocbaphinc co., publibhcrs. Catered at the Postofflce, Orange, Texas, as second class ma|l matter RKIN Ok Year Sli Months & W ' ; wmm - ' ' • •; * V.- ' v f M V"f áv'i^i', .r' Ml. I'ilii "i ■mm our; or the ginger jar. With Our Friends, THE In which the People of CtiiJCa .....Managing Editob .NBWS and tmjcohaph kditob .OtTT EDITO rVwKBIQillPPIP IP. ,..........,. . cmonr.A-vio«i MAJUOBB SUBSCRIPTION RATH: m fifí TÍÜree Months seo ^One Month. ADVKOTUUMU «até pw; apfucatiom. . mhHS^hhihks ■'** ! • IaatniD Every Ajptbbnoon at PoubijThihtJ' O'clock, Sundays Exuicptkd, . ' ORANGE, TEXAS, APRIL 12, 1902.; •I 50 . 60 sfe J|§|| jM AMERICAN CRUELTY. v'M.' v jr ; : • ■' ;•« it!s what we used ten write about,—"Cruelty ;'' wé applied it with opprobious epithets to the Spanish. We thought it never could be writ- ten of us. - In fact that the above head can stand is sufficient testimony to,the otherwise established •circumstance that cruelty does maintain in our t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 21 April 1902

raw u 1 1 ■ • '^!'!! "OME POSTAL N feasors , of coarse you will say you always do this, but there fifty thousand, patrons of the last year who did not. don't fail write the name and address hf the rÉph lor whom your letter or package intended plainiyon the envelope or of the package; Yod may find _ J in this knowledge, that'tnore i one hundred .thoosiod pieces .of I matter without a line of super- ionwere received last year at i dead letter office in Washington. your own, mail, «ven ' a million people annually write ; address upon the piece they . in the boxes; don't think that be- your letter is unsealed that a int stamp is sufficient ¡for if l.matter sealed or unhealed it is \.c\aea and a two cent stamp is re- don't send loose coin in en- if it is not - sealed it often out of the corners. Don' t send either, if'-the postal thief who i yooir money is caught he will go iaon and you will be the cause of. use the money order or registry when you wish to transmit or valuable articles t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 21 April 1902

.WVV.-J ' r. " .Just received q targe shipment of Ladiés' WASH SKIRtS in Ducks, Crash, Unen, Homespun, Shrunk Linens, Designs, ma« terials, workmanship and fit just as they should be, and our prices are right.; OUR SKIRTS deserve your attention. Rf; ' V New Line of Shirtwaists land Petticoats Received This Morning. 1 . r V- 'v F orsvlh • ^ c* — j : wm NOTICE. Any subscriber to the Daily Tribune who fails to receive the paper should report same promptly to the office, by tele- phone or in person, and the circulator will investigate the complaint without delay. PERSONAL. Howard, Labit arrived from Welsh átofiíáajrvtlifcht and spejit yesterday in thevcity. :"N' ■/-, ' Henry Robertson, brother to S. A. Robertson, was over from Lake Charles yesterday. J, Fitzwilliams, of Beaumont, was an Orange visitor yesterday. Mr. Fitswilliams left this morning. L. T. Grnbbe returned yesterday morning from a business trip to San it&io. P. Priddie, of Montgomery, Is a business visitor'here, having ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 22 April 1902

,: • .y-./ i ' v v ,/ ó e¿M'• '' w\.tóSífc. liiPB ate '."^T Í to a 1000-page ub your order. Rein Lithographing Co. !'.f ,! ■ " . • . " 1 == ill MEMBER AWOCIATED PRCW . ■ 1 ' 'I '■ A. A «StíiftWlf: ifV-lB :'M| 1D| The Dally Tribune will bo llyered to your home or pi of business s/V days In week tor 50 cents a mt mmmm >LUME X ORANGE, TEXAS, TÜÉSDAY AFTERNOON, MADE A MANDARIN. elated Press. 7 Yor^, • Apriiiig.—Accord - to private advices received íewark, N. J.. Frank W. mg, of that tiity has been a mandarin by the sultan idano. Redding- formerly member of the Astor bat- ' vMi Us no smokers'* dream that the City Drag Store handles all pS, fine cigars. d2fl-tf you will call at Goree & Higman's ¡ will receive the best attention, tf A NEW DYNAMO. ; The new three thousand light "dynamo which was ordered some weeks ago • by the Orange . Ice; Light and water works .Company, arrived yester- day and is now being pat in place by Electrician Thomas R. Baregh. When this ponderous piece of m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 22 April 1902

& Jfes >■: :: v í1 Í. ORANGE DAILY TRIBUNE ItEIN UITHOCRAPHINCCO., PukiÍMCm, Catered at the Postofflce, Orange, Texas, as second class mall matter >. , p CHAS. M. REIN..,.. W. C. EASTpRLING .... . . K. HOCKEY a K. DEMPSKY Managing Editor .V.-NawiajflD-TBMWfAfh EDITOR .........*<sttt EOITOB ..CJWOOI.ATXOM MANAOBfe m. T <*e Year .... Six Months... SUBSCRIPTION RATE?- .",...16 po Three-Months ...............Hi 80 One 'r « ■ • 8® ADVBRTiatNC: KATB8 ON APPLICATION. •if ' Issued .JSVsrt Aítiírnoón a*T,obk:Thirtt O'clock. Sundays, Excepted. ORANGE, TEXAS, APRIL 22, m • JL ókslike J. Pierre little slice of the earth, anyhow. ' jiÉK" m might leave us a Orange is it: the town is the best of its size on the Southern Pacific. J>on,'t you think so/ • - A vote for the bond issue means a vote for pro- jjress and prosperity. Are you in line? —JU.. ..., i'M.'I■■■I.'. What do You^hink of hs today ? We are tell- ing' you all the news' of the day, fourteen hours ahead of that ift the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 22 April 1902

m ra™ ,P^i|M 'M -W • ,'J, ,-1 I- •:.r.-- if/ ' •••' OF «EXISTENCE HS; *- —t ty . ' í [Original.] Ellflf lam supposed to be dead. I have «o I? Intention to'publlsh ¿y existence to<tbe world, for if ! should do so I would ; soon be dead to mmi Nevertheless I am going to take the risk oí telling f tba story under an assumed nariie. «i®. when not far out of my •••ns, I was sent abroad to travel. Foil of a desire to explore mysterious paths, I was foolish enough to spy up- on a tend of what fur*^ now called an- * arehleta. paring been {old by *r young German that he suspected them of In a deserted barn near big I went there one night, peeped Kb a crack and was discovered, ran so fast that I congratulated elf my Identify bad not become awn. '-1§ "• v * A few weeks later I was "doing*' ! cathedral In one ofthe principal cltlea the continent. I do not care to , ,,v - , .—— the' place. I was lrre verentlf4J?y?e,f Al body of the. great cátbe-í poking my nose Into all the 'corners and crann...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 22 April 1902

' - . .. ■ V - ■ l. ' ; ; " -j " ;■? ;:v . ■ m .„ . . ,* ■ - ... Sá#. P;.f ■!ü '/> Júst received a large Shipment of La<Mes^j WASH SKIRTS in Ducks, Crash, Unen; Homespun, Shrunk Linens. Designs, ma- terials, workmanship and fit just as' they j should be, and our prices are right. OUR SKIRTS deserve your attention. New Line of Shirtwaists and Petticoats Received this > i Graves Í Forsyth Í -.v.. NOTICE. X': Any subscriber to the Daily Tribune who fails to receive the paper should report same promptly to the office, by tele- phone or in person, and the circulator will investigate the complaint without delay. j* ra —ery will £v * ' Misa Josephine Si; The Tribune trusts her one. Maurice Lacas who has been viait^ ing the family of hiB - brother, Joe Lucas, returned this morning to Beau- mont. B. F. Heweon left last night for Dalla and will remain there for several days, r . E. W. Lyons who has^een spending •eveiral. days here looking after his rice interests in fche¡5^ntryJett t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 23 April 1902

. m «sil .. , ■■ ■ • ■ ■ J* E 1 ' - ■ I ' wrmñ ■jjm ÍGE, ORANGE, TEXAS. WEPNESDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 28, 1902. CRUELTY TO ANIMALS, Associated Press. ' / " ' ||| Denver, Colo., April 23.— rank Cbeatley, John H. Gar-;' iro, David M9SC9IÍ and Charles 'aftlin, promoters of the ibbit courting1 meet held at Jnjon Park in this city on March í were found- guilty of cruelty mimáis by a jury in tl^e'crim- * court. Á motion for a new tl was entered and sentence jferred. The complaint on |ich the prosecution was based made by the humane sod- KILLED A MAD DOG. Mr. Reed Kelso informed the News that he killed a mad dog at his home northwest of Bart- let t Tuesday. The dog came to his p-lace and displayed symp- toms of hydrophobia by trying to bite chickens attd turkeys in the yard and ran two negroes into the house,! He seemed to be very sick and his eyes show ed symptoms of a mad dog. The dog was wearing a collar Upon which was engraved the name of W. H. Harrison, Salado Texas. -r-Bartlett News.- D...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 23 April 1902

ORANGE DAILY TWBÜNt REIÑ LITHOGRAPHING CO., Pu«u HtR«. fj ¡Entered at the Postofflce, Oranice. TexáS, a necond claws mall matter osas. m. REIN.,... W. C. EÁSTBRMNG M&M Twmétfm U II; ' '• J-i r . ' '' " 7iT i " - Af • • • m • i m Í...MAKAOING, EDITOR .. .niwh anu tklhgbaph editor ................m.biyr editor ...........CmOPIiATION MAKAGCR Six-Months.... ... ' •UMCRIPTION RATH: M 00 Three MOQtbis One Month... oo ADVERTISING KATES ON APPLICATION. 2 ...... ..,.,,11 so so Issued evkkt ATtbhkoqn at Fou#:t|iirtt O'clock! 1 • SUNDAYS EXOEI*r«D. " ORANGE, TEXAS, APRIL 20, 1902. jM LET US BUILD A CITY. ?hose who have kept track of the successive stages through which the Rivers a'nd Harbors Bill has passed have become Very much interest- •ed in'the fate of the measure. A bill carrying such vast possibilities for good is naturally of vital importance to the sections benefitted. The &ulf coast region will, upon the final safety of the bill, receive a tremendous impetus industri- ally an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 23 April 1902

'. 1 * 1111 . ''' ' " i. W;WH • > ;.f W:?! ■ ■ j. . , - ''u"%r% • , ■ r- f * • ' 1 - • 'r.: •'• * ■ - ' T / • ' • " ' . w ODD FELLOWS PICNIC. All Arrangements Completed. ' A Moon Ltfeht Excursion on th( Blvor. 5 The Od<| Fellows 88rd anniversary will be celebrated on Saturday next by a grand picnic at* Hart's Oaks. Promptly at ten; o'clock ■ Saturday the proceMlon will leave the vjuu. reiiQws Ball and proceed down ■; Ghwen'Avenne to the picnic grounds, .wheá thé day's festivitieb will com- HELL Mil CONTROVERST, menee with variously interesting •porto: Balloon ascension, tournaments - ■ ridiúg, races, and all kinds of .; aorase- mente will-tie afforded the public on '. . ' TwÚlÁ*!!* Will be afforded for expert riding, the .Qrst pirze, a ladies' gold watch «will ■to the one spearing the greatest number of rings in the circular ride a prescribed speed, the second prize beautiful gold ring. The day's festivities wUTbe appro- iatey brought to a cloSe^by a moon- light excursion down...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 23 April 1902

"Vv/V' V'" KiKfl ■"i'1" w ~ ~ - ' #%' il • 1K i. IReal Estate i Ír~ Just received a large shipment of Ladies' WASH SKIRfS in Ducks, ^ Crash, Uf)en, '• Homespun, Shrunk Linens/ Designs, ma- terials, workmanship and fit just as they shóuld be, and our .prices are right. OUR SKIRTS deserve your attention. Á ¿w:+: New Line of Shirtwaists and Petticoats Received '' ' : *1- ► NOTICE. Any subscriber to the DaiísY Trib^je who fails to receive the J>aper should report same promptly to the office, ][>y tele- phone or in person, and the circulator will investigate the complaint without delay. PERSONAL. 1 . Miller-president of the Orange Northwestern railroad, and Judge LJ?olJand, the roads attorney, are in Atastintoday on railroad business! * Col. W. D. BettiB left last night for , points in the Btate on a business trip. H L. Montandan, road master of the Orange and Northwestern Rail- road, retained last nigíft from visit to the end of the litres. J. Howard Labi t was an arrival from Wel...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 24 April 1902

SPvg(P m'-i u ftyy* i-ir--j ,. ; • -«j, íisf ¿zm .11 .*1 • ■*' i >'M wk " " I ' ' mKBKUSB.^tím Send us your order. Rein Lithographing Co. VOLUME 1 MEMBER AiJOCIATED PRClí I vi,« •••'«•• ■ ' X. : ' *'• , . • ■, '• : i : " ! 'íí X" . ■ , • - ' !■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■ M.' ."■r~ . ' . • . • ••> f. • ? > ' " " ' .-..■V JÜ¿ uj mi i rk- >*1 fe. AilK\. • # fit l#Jfffflr V nDtfllO Iwl or f week for 10, cent si ORANGE, TEXAS, tHURSDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 2 , 1902. STARTLING DEATH RECORD By Associated. Press, . Flor , Ind.. April 34. —A startling - death record is reported in the families Homer Seinn and John McClosk^y, ihg near tfy's city. In the twenty- wo months .twenty-two deaths have surred in these families, an average one a month for nearly two years, Seinns and McOloskeys are closely ftttd the dlBegraer whioh carried off were smallpox, typhoid fever [ heart failure. The last to succumb Homer Seinn, aged 50, who has died of heart failure. lothing mm mwz : ■■ v=sr: bút the best at Oor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 24 April 1902

ni.mi.wp m i -r": : - . • •• o' , . * . v • .-Mmv- i -á, ft • Ml • ;; . , -. ' iSS wwiwif ; 1:' Ift % !$il REIN LITHOCRAPHINC CO., PunutHtfts. liiw at the Postofflce, Orange. Texas, a* second ciaBU mall matter 'Carnegie an honorary freedman of th'eir guild. These combinations of capital, it seems, cannot be stopped. # ,lf¡ ñm 8 ! CHAS. M. W.CLKASTKRLING jr. R. HOCKEY S. R. BMDMPSKY ........... MAN ACUMO EOITOK N*W8 AMD nuouPB Borro CtTT EDITOH 1 ClRCUf.ATION, MAN*OSR 'O* Year ..... toWontUsr.'.. SUBSCRIPTION RATK8: ; ..........16 99 ThreeMoftths ............rr..II.m. 3 00 .One Month. !W AOVKBTISINU KAl'MS ON APPLICATION. I8SÜM KVEET ArTKKN.K.N AT PoüHÍTl * Sdndath E*C PTBD m 1,. \V . ORANGE, TEXAS, APRIL 24, O'OUHi -r- rew ml! With Our Friends of.TIJfc PRESS. tive name for political advertisements.« 2 o'clock on A cklebratíón which, the dispatches tell us, amounts almost to an oxgje, is iri progress at Stratford-on-Avon in Scotland 'fó commemoration of the birth oFShakespeare. •• El...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 24 April 1902

' ; V \ ■ i . MW ¿ti ... . ' 7r~~" ' :: •' ' ''' . r • V '• ' ... ■ .> ,"Dixie" In Dallas. i aiuinúed from Páge 1 íe location of his carriage ac- ting to one observer, could «•«•«lost be told by the increase in the volume of cheers pra- greasing like a wave along1 with him. The general started to acknowledge the plaudit by taking off his hat, but soon left it off entirely, bowing infces- satttly to right and left. Next came distinguished guests and then the veterans. t The • latter were arranged according to de- rtments as follows: Virginia, Tennessee, Forest cavalry corps, Dallas artillery, rans-Miasissippi, Missouri, Ar- kansas, Indian Terfltory, Okla- homa .Territory , Pacific division, Northwest division and Texas. Behind the old soldiers came íe members of the sons of Cón- lerate veterans. They were aud to follow their siresfas pas stated by a speaker at their seting yesterday. "We could no better than to do as they rave done—to show courage, >rtitude and devotion to duty...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 24 April 1902

.. lliSl 0W,' s'Hmya ■ '"'v ■•' •' }n' ■ •'• ■• * ■r' ■ ■'' :v:, ". •,. ' í "j •"i'v^^/' *• «' ^ v'.-Si' ^c1-' Khs^^HIIIL I I '"" ' ; ' : ■ • " /Jl' '•" ' . •*• ■: '■<« -■* "'*1'..' '•> •' ■• " ' -...—. . — J„ fislfil ¿¡3& C. E. Goodman Link Building Heal Cítate and Insurance Orange, tetas when your garments need FOR rílNt TAILORING CALL on o\lN h>-/ i¥ <Px- ' JLiwW •"- ' -Just received a large shipment of Ladies' WASH SKIRTS in Ducks, Crash, Linen, Homespun, Shrunk Lrnens. /D&igns, ma- terials, workmanship and fit just as they should be, and oúr prices are right. OUR SKIRTS deserve your attention. H.tM.Vl.l.'.fHvl. New Line ot Shirtwaists andlPetticóats m v ~ff,v; l «>7 ; y ■ ■ r.. . ' tísi Datban €ckert Wtrtbanl tailor P. B, CURRY & SON, iFire, Marine, Lite'and Accident Insurance Agents,; r • 'v * -V> ■ >• *. i ORANGE, TEXAS. Jlronson & Bro. Grocers Ctitpbcn « 31 THE ANTLER, FRANK BROWN. - 4 Proprietor 'choice Wines, Liquors add Cigars. OPEN DA...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 25 April 1902

Wharf this Morjilng at Day- light in New Orlef nf_. Bv Asisiiated Prtnw-^ New Orleans, April The steamer Sunrise oí tile K e d liver Line burned to the waters Ige at the ^rharf here just fore daylight. The Sunrise rived from Alexandria last .11 o'clock and had a of passengers, all Of íem escaped. The cargo was stroyed. |« ÍM • LEGACY TO YALE. Associated Press. . " New York, - April 25. -Yale will receive the residuary estate of Edward Wells Southworth and also the reversionary inter* .. ijfet in a bequest of 1*15,000 made to a relative of the testator for ife according to the terms of ir. Southworth's will which ias be<?n filed for probate. The ¡Í personal property is estimated at $200,000, and the realty at $80,000. Struggle for th« Hail Output. By Associated- Pre *. . Chicago, April 25.—The strug- gle for the control of the egg&of the country has'become the fierc- est in tfié whole range of farm products, says the Record-Her- ald. Every, comer of the West- ern States is bei...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 25 April 1902

if ($ ~ "'-v■'? V ■ ww.**-1" mm&ssM i '/ >,0'1 v; f| !¡¿ 'i' ' • i* . ' 1/ ' "' ' v . v k rEDAHYTRlBWIE . ' ' • \ • ■'* ■' • Á ?EIN LITHOGRAPHING CO., Publishes. . 'v, d at the Postofllce, Orange, Texas.is second cla ipall matter ¿HAS. M REIN m. C. RAÜTEHLING ... JLJB. HOOKEY S.JE DKMPSKY ... <.Managing EDITOR .Nkws ani> TblbóUaph Editor M.tMuOlTT EDITOH CiEtdtri.atiok Manag«K SUBSCRIPTION RATES: " ®nefli««r................r...,J8 00 - Three Months .,.. Six Moa&i.i.l 3 oo - one Month........ afivbhtisinfr katbs on appuioation, ... l 60 .... 80 IS80*fl E VERV AlTBHNOON AT FOU«tTHI Ttr O'CLOCK. SUNDAYS EXCBPTBU. ORANGE, TEXAS",, APRIL 25, 1902." jM IT is customary to speak and think of the initia 11 v,e knd ffeféreBdum "asm populist principle Frederick's is nothing^ol±lie_kind. Everybody beíiéVesin the initiative and. referendum. In fact it is. fré queijtly required by staJUite. We shall háve a good illustration of this principle in Orange on May 6th, when we shall vo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 25 April 1902

¿i SSfe i¿ÉÉ. ■ -&Í-V: w .ífe ..í Ir uu,uw iiau ucpan^p *y afternoon. All day the streets were crowded people hurrying to the pots. Freight trains were heldi distant sidings to allow the freest possible movement if the passenger trains. By to- rrow morning, the greatest wd ever entertained i a-the tory of ©«tilas will¡ have windled down toa few thous-. ds. Little complaint was rd. Many hád súfferfedsome nveniences and •discomforts, t it is believed'"to have bee fault of the men in Charge of ie reunion, bul rather of in- ividuals themselves who caiqe scfbn or unprepared. Ac- rding to "Colonel C. C. aughter, president of the Tex- as Reunion Association, the vet- eran at the Fair Groymdfe were amply provided for and'there was a bed for every visitor, ow: Ing to the patriotic response of Citizens to the appeal "tb find spare bed and advertise the act," An accurate estimate of, tli e number of yisitqrs has,/been fbund impossible, but/those in position to form the best judg- ment plac...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 25 April 1902

J'i " '* ' V ■ 'J . • H '* ' ' • ■•- .; -.y^BBPSPy y g^Áy,'^ ■ Wmm' ; • /' ■} .. . _£/" J list received a large shipment of Ladies' , / WASH SKIRTS in Ducks, Crash, Linen, .vA Homespun, Shrunk Linens; designs, ma- terials, workmanship and fit just as they should be, and our prices are rigjit; - OUR SKIRJS deserve'your attention. m • ■ ' New Line of Shirtwaists and Petticoats This Morning. Qi NOTICE. Any subscriber to the Daily Tribune who fails to receive! the paper should report same promptly to the office, by tele- phone or in . person, and the circulator will investigate the complaint without delay. ^ work up meeting City. G. D. Mr# Hi- ll? 1 ' PERSONAL. W. Hi Cundey, traveling passenger agent of the Denver and Rio Grande railroad, with headquarters at Denver, isHn the city today endeavoring to .an interest -in the coming of the Elks at Salt ]«aker ... - Patterson, of Beaúmoht is here today. Mr. Patterson who is contractor fj& the Rein building says that by JíondajT"*:he work...

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