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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 1 June 1903

" ' ¡ . T**'" TT7 WW;® ir?:f$ I' ,r ••• :• $* 4 ■*. " N #* a Uttle gfrl pUHHid Iom of appetite distressed. 11 de tan't eat I" tha child «nldt icrHn. Jtm flxtd a dlah ot "Parca" with cream i •ka Uatad I , then, Jey fot him I ba^ad(| he «ara traa 11 tasar k<l, Thsnssdr-kMtarveOwssl • iood fkiry to all youngittrs. Parteo* VWd far ChlMteA. " Whealla perfect summer owmI.and R That Old Story Again of Buried Spanish Gold Special Correspondence of the Hons- ton Poet. San Antonio. Ta us, May S8.-~Colo- nal J. C. "Locomotive" Carr of-the Al- amo City, wboae "first courtship in Arkansas" facilitated his coming to Tasas la tha earty 40s, and vhoaa ve- racity for moral character and strict Integrity date* anywhere from 80 to 100 rears past, was. a few days ago, foaad seated la front of tha Southern hotel In conference with some old The colonel was reading la a toa* of voice (as best overhear! by your reporter) what appeared to be él# sba« hrnd of data, letters or aacleat manuscript, pertainin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 1 June 1903

®f miS " vmfí mmWwmm inn ii • iniwiMpi *5 fí : . 'i "ÉÚHlM .iVWwS5.''' .. 't s- "•. W.H. w. w. nem A &sta&flsf|e<l 188£. íFirrt 3l«ticnat ifeanft of <&rai\9«, 5Texati YOUR BUSINESS IS SOLICITED. W« Stritt I* b« CMrtCMi, Pr«Mt Car*M Md m Uber«l •• Caputl^at with Abutale Safety. 41F. J. EASTIN. p L//VK BUILDING No. 3. CHAS. HELMBERG, Manager and Cutter. •f a áí ■ Ilff ,M i j®£fp 11®' Yesterday afternoon at the Chr ib a mam meeting or ell held. There were abbut 260 present and the following w tion was adopted unanimously: "Be It resolved, by this mass m 4ng of oltlzeus oi the city of Oi " asombled, that the sheriff, city ahal and their subordinates In o are hereby requested and urged faithfully enforce the law, and ei_ daily the Sunday and gambling stat- utes and the local option law, when it becomes effective - "Be it further resolved, That we. here assembled, pledge the office our collective and individual support both moral and physical In the per formance of this ...

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

Hiff! ■ 1, mmmm mr M Tho Daily Tribuíto w111 be\ llvered to your Horn* ór pi of bualneaa six days in week for 30 centa a month. • " ijfel MEMBER OP THE ASSOCIATED PRESS TEXAS, TUESfÉV AFTÉRNO0H. JUNE 1903 m ■ m ■m m NUMBER 58 m PROM THE MOST HUMBLE OP PÓBlTldHB in life, men have mounted up- ward to success and affluence, through the habit of spend- ing leas than they earned. If you have the ambition to be- come wealthy, this bank offers you a way. Its financial standing is unquestioned, and it officers are always happy to welcome new depositors. The Orange National Bank. m •ass Orange Gun Club Shoot At Beaumont Tomorrow The members of the Orente Oun club held a meeting last night at the city balk The report of the treasurer showed the liabilities of the club to be somewhat In excess of the asset*, and It was deckled to assess each member 92 to get satfléient funda to defray ths Indebtedness of the club. the resignation of Mr. Roy O. Hob- «rtaon was handed In by the secre- tary a mot...

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

IBSp Iff® . - % . M. MOW. PntaiDCWT IJ A. L. !;§ =b *F ¿■V s Postofflce. Orange, Tessa, m second class mall matter •UBSORIPTION RATSSl ^neYear e*eee • • • • •:♦* ,see « 00 Three Month* ti W ♦ '« MonUta ........ 8 UO OaeMentli.. *0 aimnvnaixe um on AmnuTioii. UDID *▼ * ArTMMOOM AT FOOH THIHTT O'CLOCK, Somoats Exoarcao. ORANGE, TEXAS, JUNE 2, 1903. Ill ¡¿M ft: STRANGE, PERHAPSyJBUT TRUE. Yesterday afternoon W. G. Faldry brought the Chief a freak of nature in the shape of a chicken with seven legs, one of which hung from its nose, while two others wobbled from the extremities of its ears.. The remain- ing limbs were arranged cow fashion, and the chick cóuld use them to great advantage, swinging dumb- bells and throwing handsprings with remarkable facil- ity, while it sartg "Papa," "Mamma" and "Same Thing fof Me" in a deep baritone. Nobody is expected to be- lieve this, but the Times came 'at us three weeks ago -with a three-legged chicken and raised its own ante to four in its issue of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 2 June 1903

ti m BBm"> wmm ot a dlico^ry : Hefty, an expert df the of forestry, the importance of loh may be realized by the febor (ralttin profits It assures for the' lne operator. By a new method topping trees, called the cup and system, Dr. Herty has secured an Increase of 23 per cent of turpentine, besides uniformly high grades or ma- il. The demonstration of thl« inórense Is based on cartful and elaborate ex- ó.W,'Í —-aaoond, a third and a fourth year crop was managed by the box system, the 'jv*otMr half by the new cup and gutter >. system. Kre^r effort was made to Ions 1 the two dlvls- same, and to make the die. the Ihcreaa per cent secured by system durldg the guaranteed by Dr. t«t|r reliable for the at Oéllia, tía., and thfra Is no reason It Ée representative it {may be secured T^"™1 *** ot im .Sowed (h. the tup and gutter box system on a basis of one * •• ......Mus. * • *Ava,4*,t, S41.54 pm >3> ' 'I* [ jnaar.>««*•«.,«■• ••••,• M S.SS *h year # . •• .. iitf>49 striking...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 2 June 1903

£ m H&J& r .'"* **", 1 &staf>Íu?|eá 1889. 5Jie íjlrat 5ia«ona( fj&anfc of ©range, 3"«xas. YOUR BUSINESS IS SOLICITED. Wc Strive It ke CwrtMM, Frwwt Cirttal aad as UÍmtiI ai CmimNM with AbMtate Safaty. TAILOR LINK BUILDING No. 3. CHAS. HELMBERG, Manager and Cutter. KEEP ON TIME by procuring a first-class Watch at McFarland'a. I have a most extensive assortment from the most elaborate to the plainest case. I particularly rec- ommend the 12 sise Waltham Watch for $25 for gentlemen, and the 19-Jewel Kaymond in swinging rivet filled caBe for 940, for railroad and lumber men, as being accurate time keepers, and their price on apjjlicátion. W. P.McFARUND. WATCHMAKER, JEWELER ENGRAVER. AND Oringe Rlflss, Attention! Tonight Is the regular drllf night for the Orange Rifles. Every (member Is hereby notified to be present promptly at 8 o'clock, as there will be some'very important business to be transacted. The time for the annual encamp- ment is drawing near, and to keep up ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 3 June 1903

mt smR wm ' *' ?'^y ■'-} JWj *:! Pi: l*e Dally Tribune will be dé llvered to your Horn* or place of business six days in the week for 50 cents a month. «Í !/*« rWmr wrorr f iftjklMM MEMBER OF THE ASSOOIATID PRESS ORANGE, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON. .JUNE 3, 1903. LURE~2 NUMBER 59 Horrible hundreds of Articles About the home, besides v;. PROM THE MOST HUMBLE OF POSITIONS in life, men have mounted up- ward to success and affluence, through the habit of spend- ing leas than they earned, If you have the ambition to be- come wealthy, this bank offers you a way. Its financial standing is unquestioned, and Itn officers are always happy to welcome new depositors.,- - National Bank. of Orange county Commissioners The following arc the minutes of the special mooting of the commission* en' court of Orange county, hold Jnna 1, 1M3: *W. J. Win** , Coonty Judge. J. J. Windham? Com. Precinct Na I. Robt. Ganar H " " *• R. C Oravett, - " " • B. D. HarrU. " M ** *■ G. L. Goodman. County-Clerk. R. M J...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 3 June 1903

fill mm n iiB «fa ilailn Iribune *RIN UTHOCR APHINC CO., f(NH.WHMM. «MM. M. MIN, PRCStDIMT A. L. PORO, SKCRCTARf fci..ered m tke Poaiofflcc. Orange, Texu, as second claaa mall matter r—* wit Year •* MODCtW SUBSCRIPTION RATESt 8 00 Three Month*...... too Oae Month......i ISC' * lügl fffm wmfr* ni ■■*>* "«I i wmmM ■' — H :l'i ..«1 M Ml ADTHTlalKG UTU OW APflfiqATIQU. «was itut aitbhmooii at Fodw:Tiiibtt O'clock, SONDAYS EXOBPTBD. ORANGE, TEXAS, JUNE 3. 1903. . THE NEW MAYOR. In advance of the returns we know that Mr. George W. Bancroft is the newly elected mayor of Orange. He has agreed to accept the office, something against his will, at the insistence of men who have the best inter- ests of the city at heart and who believe that the sacred trust will be m safe keeping. > Mayor Link made us a progressive, energetic anil loyal executive officer, and in many respects his place will be difficult to fill. That Mayor Bancroft will do this in the completest manner none who know him w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 3 June 1903

fMJ f ' -rr~ Í'pí, ■Mi: THE MOST REMARKABLE CLOTHING SALE Ék; / fs%r¿<.. ;s Hp 1M M ■ 1 ORANGE COUNTY HAS EVER KNOWN! THIS CLOTHING SALE is of the utmost Importance to every man, youth and boy In the county. Owing to extremely novel arrangements to handle special brands of Clothing In the future, we see fit to offer $ $ $ $ £> Mslf % ' ■Kli' jM: € Ifv',:- IP? |R1 g • mm m ft OUR ENTIRE STOCK ON HAND AT BIG REDUCTIONS This Sale Is absolutely profitless, calculated from the cost paid manufacturers. Never before have We been able to offer Clothing values that are positively sensational! Under any other circumstances this would be Impossible. A sí sí sí sí sí sí sí sí sí sí Here's We Are Doing AT SALE PUCES. Men* SuKs, marked Men's Suits, marked Men's Suits, marked Men's 8ults, marked Men's Suits, nutrked Men's 8u ts, marked Men's Suits, marked Men'* Su ts, marked Men's Su ts, marked 4.50^ sale price ....: — 6.00, sale price .. 6.50yand 7.00, saie price. 7.50 to 8.60, sale price. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 3 June 1903

pi® ■ ■mMp§"-'"aWS ufuasP^'8'' ' i ■ When men shall name the land they love, The land eaoh holds all lands The mother land that birth— m * The greatest, fairest and the heat CM all the countries of the earth- Tfaen let them slmplyt say "The Westf" (««« IV. H. STARK, J. O. SIMS Am't Cultor É¡$ ^pWpfi¿ '>.v^vv '^V.V wW .: V'' ;■ t. mue*. w. w, *CID iirnww -■ & ta&fiafte& t669.f ^Jirst ^Vationaf ... AUCTION YOUR BUSINESS IS SOLICITED. We S«rWe t* be CmtImu, PtmhI Carthl ud «i Liberal at CaatntMt with Absolute Safety ALF.J. EASTIN, TAILOR LINK BUILDING No. 3. CHAS. HELMBERG, Manager and Cutter. 9 ® g Local and Personal. § w t «y-i; oarriutN* KEEP ON TIME by procuring a first-class Watch at McFarland'a. I have a most extensive assortment from the most elaborate to the plainest case. 1 particularly rec- ommend the 12 size Waltham Watch ; for $25 for*feentIemen. and the 19-jewel Kaymond In swinging rivet filled case for |40, for railroad and lumber men, as being accurate tim...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 4 June 1903

vMEmm IP? fTím 1SBMSS8K ifM: • II |AA H y*r ertor C# '< We Dally Tribune will be dé' 11 ve red to your bom* or place of business six days in the week for 80 cents a month. MEMBER OP THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. HUME 2 ORANGE, TEXAS. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. JUNE 4, 1903. NUMBER 60 (K'l w«1 PROM THE MdST HUMBLE OP POfctTlOfte in life, men have mounted up- ward to success and affluence, through the habit of spend' inR less than they earhed. If JroU have the ambition to be- come wealthy, this bank offers you a way. Its financial standing is unquestioneárand its officers are always happy to welcome new depositors. The Orange National Bank. Tonight! Sermon on Christian Baptism, By Rev. B. «I. Waugh, at the Christian Church. EVERYBODY INVITED. UNANIMOUSLY ELECTED. It $$8 Is Mayer Bancroft for Beautiful Orange, and Everybody Pleased. ""Than was practically no interest shown la the election for mayor of 'Orange yesterday. Everybody was pleased with the only candidate, and perhaps he took less Intere...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 4 June 1903

' ' — — lira MB #CIN UTHMMAPHINQQQ. iWfcw, M. Win, president A. t. POND, secretary 4M «! *u.er«<i at the Po«tofflce. Oramte, Texaa. aa second claaa mall matter v<M Year ••«•••a* '* Month........ •UMORIRTION IIATM 1 ............00 Three Month* v I 00 Oae Month .11 to ,. 80 ADTSSTISIKG RA TVS OK APPUOATIOS. unit Evsrv ArraitMooM at rot :1 Sdmdatb ExoarraD. O'CLOCK, ORANGE, TEXAS, JUNE 4, 1903. THIRD TERMS DISCÓSSED. The talk of a third term of the presidency for Grover Cleveland reminds the New Orleans Picayune of the Saturday's Tribune will be a hümmer. Send in your advertising if you want to tell the people what you are doing." Do it now. attempt to secure a third term for General Grant. He served two successive terms, and then went abroad, traveling extensively in Europe and Asia. In the meantime the Hayes administration intervened. General Grant returned to this country from Asia by way of San Francisco in September, 1879. He was greeted everywhere with unbounded applause. I...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 4 June 1903

W-ti- ;C:'Í I ;;^.ií'< yi -, i«SSS lit; Blr*? !#§f! •■>■*:mm ",,'• ,. ' ", 'il!—r-*"TT Wm m rter. Wm fe % $w¡£>; rap |p*\vV > -$W if * c if Tens Oil Fields In National Oil .Re- offering to contract our output, any v part or all of It agree that as soon ai readers of ttala paper l fey <* l** HP® Hnea and build oil are there who bate not at'on time' tr*n"jj*)rU' _ _ . . .. or another wondered at the marvelous I J- We will buy the gusher, drill the manner in whlih great corporations. we" *nd sign the contract In the In- are conducted add been puzzled at Surest of our treasury stockholders famillarjty displayed by the manage ourselves. \ meat with conditions in any and áll . f°llow,n*- p *B parts of the globe so far as the Inter who bought the tracit ttf\ Snd on the esta of the corporation were con- toP of Splndletop Hill cut.lt up into eem*r? In éver/sectlon of the globe one*lx y-fourths o an acre, and sold a representative of one of the largest « any «Id iota purchasers...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 4 June 1903

Wh': *¡mr . . srknt, " t. miuen. w. Tkéft ftatatflsM 1689. ^Jí\e {Jirst 5\ational of Grange* ¿Texas. YOUR BUSINESS IS SOLICITED. W« Strive t* ke Corlnu, PrMRft Cartful nd u Llkcrai «i Cwnntwrl wttk *> W Sat*t>. quite painfully Injured by «'plank tag upon and severing tbe middle «er or bis right band. He will be capacitated for duty for several aa a reeult of tbe accident. The Leesvllle base ball club fail to arrive a* expected, and tbe club went aa far *a Beaunont to m thdm. Tbe two team* will play In that city this afternoon, and again tomor- row afternoon, and we are looking for our boys to bring us back our usual victory Beth teams art semi-profes- sional. ami the prospects are for good ball. r ALE.«/. EASTIN, TAILOR ir«K am owe w. x chas, HELMBERC, ©■seer f: c oérniotrr They're that i* tk m>bt rfOQrrtnwilwrtiwt <iC same $tx*£k It ta not rafüci«rs foe flOOK fWpi*. 31) W ÍW. The* go deeper, waai good quality aa>i aw. hew far it. Good q-taiiiy i the very «sumo oí day...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 5 June 1903

ái ■ • ■ ¡v,ra-.- ■ v."P ^ '• ■ Ms a • a>>^¿ \ ¡M<¿"•■ < i' ' ,^M^. : The Dally Tribune will bp de five red to your homporplace of business six days la the week for SO centa a month. MEMBER OP THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ORANGE. TEXAS. FRIDAY ERNOON, JUNE 5. 1903. mm NUMBER 61 eeting of the Executive Committee hundreds of Articles About the home, besides the home itself, can be Beautified and Preserved Sunday Prophetic Words aré those that say who has shall be given," etc., which Is certainly true oi the man who has a bank account, for whatever misfortune comes, from fire, flood, sick- ness or adversity he has his bank acroünt to fall back on, and which shall be given to him with added interest any time he may need it. National Bank aVi' -r • • Laws Are 1 fern been requMted by several In- t re*t*d parties to publish the State Suadftjr law. prohibit*, other thing*. the barter or tale by any deal* <er, bit agent or employee, of anything Art 200 la aa follow : "The preced- ías ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 5 June 1903

pí'í •' fe JK W*IN LITHOCR APHINC CO., PununMCns. CHA*. M. REIN. PRCBIOCMT N > -• fcu-ered at the PMU^acerOranRe, A. L. FORD, SK6RKTAR< t«km. u second class mall matter SUBSCRIPTION RATES! «06 Three Months .".....W *fc t x Unntha 8 00 OMkJáoMlt.. 4DVBKTISING rath OK ACPUOATIOH. •«USD Bmr AniMKKM AT FOOBiTBIKTT O'CLOCK, Sctnda rs BXOBVTVD. ORANGE, TEXAS, JUNE 5, 1903. difficult for Senator Bailey, for whom we cerest admiration, and others of Senator Gorman's friends to explain why they fell out with Mr. because of his financial opinions, tho' his views on the tariff are sound from a Democratic standpoint, and endorse Senator Gorman, who is a pronounced heretic upon both subjects, and who, it cannot be denied, is a Democrat in name only. With one-accord and without partisanship we may endorse this plank in the Ohio State Republican plat- form : * . "As America's" part is preserving the peace of the world, we endorse the Republican policy of developing the navy to the highest eff...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 5 June 1903

MHn {Hp% ¡"V '•'i1'.5 •'•' w.-'HjpV^-feA •?: :™v' ifi? ■•■■■> i - :iíSl *i"' I T? ■isn Mfti II JSB/ 1-- HM ■fer I BUI ::1 !®p" „„ '. v' IHi! % I J P¿ - í^il BASC Hipp KMp||& ÜKmm liwl Sí-, Í ■' Commencing Tomorrow, Monday and Tuesday, ■June 6th, 8th and 9th.: This Sale will be one of the Greatest Sales we have ever had, and will last only THREE DAYS. Do not delay coming:. A A AAA A A Ribbons. This i the largest Ribbon Sale we have ever had- 17,500 yards. Worth 2c to 8c, reduced to lc Worth 6c to 7$c, reduced to^. 8c Worth ItfC to 15c, reduced To — 9c Worth 20c to 25c, reduced to .14c Worth 80c to 85c, reduced to 28c Bleached Domestic. This is a bargain and it will pay you to invest: 86-inch soft-finish, worth "fc, reduced to — 5c 86-inch jackonet finish, worth 8c, reduced to. 5c Only 10 yards to a customer. Covert Cloth. We have only two grades left, which we are anxious to close: grade, reduced to. grade, reduced to. .12*c .l8*c Goods. re ha ve a Pice line fa all desirable s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 5 June 1903

i gem K® I. MILLER, W. W. «10. J. 0, SIMS. Amm'i Cmtklur &ata$tu1|eá 1885. trst 3i.at«onaf fíc)anít sf ©rang*, S*exat. = YOUR BUSINESS IS SOLICITED. Wt Strive t fce CourlMMft, Prampt Careful Mé at Liberal as Cmuistsnt with Absolute Safety. 4£/=. J. EASTIN, bIh HEIÍBKÍV - ' • ' V : TAILOR LINK BiHLDINC No. 3. C7/4S. HELMBERG, Manager and Cutter. POR EST nw Territory Fifteen by Twenty Ml Kutent Covered. Saratoga, X. Y., June 5. -The is still obscured toy the dust smoke from the fires of the Adiron- dack . The fires oover a territory fifteen miles wide and twenty mltqs In length and Is spreading vapidly, despite the most strenuous efforts of the army of fire fighters. A steamer with a gang of fire fighters has bpen missing on Long Lake for four days. ,, , Rivers Falling at Kansas City. Kansas City, June 5.—The river? here are now filling as rapidly as they rose before the flood. The Mis- souri has fallen 1J> feet In the past 24 hours and the Kaw river has fall- en nearly two.fee...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 6 June 1903

wM ka do- •r Hace shr day ta tko 8* «Mí a tHK ASi TED PS M^mS =Ss= PRC #, —- l ' IiWiii'«W.i W* «Sd are those that sav who Has shall be gii ■■•bJk mi Hti • -y.- . - "to him íven,"etc., ue ot the account ortline flood, sick' T_ „ hé has his iltat to fall back on, .. shall be fiven to him With added interest any time he may need it ;e National Bank. mes from PL- v jjy am St. Louis, June «.—The river con- tó rise tad ail alone thel«v«* Is op la tS« itOTM «ad la some of them beiagjLtfbaat foot deep oa the first floors. 80 traJBc la U river ha* not beea hindered, tat upon the «alar the ta«e at M feat the boats probably refuse to receive freight. f The break la Madison lavs* baa wM- " * and 30,000 aerea of fértil* farm la being flooded, ftp* hundred ha*e been driven Iron their Mm t-At Bt Louis a rise of over as* sad there are nearly afl feet of la the gauge this morning. No tba MUaita ikM the IT or feet of water * Tuesday. Th* stag* Is 1U. Th* stag* at Is ov*r ST f*st and the «tag* of is ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 6 June 1903

¡¡«gp ÜLiereú *t rae Year 8ll lignito # 10 «••••• ••• ' tm MUID EVWIT ATT1BKOO* A*J "• stmiMTt r~ HlBIwnl MS est i &n the ORANGE, TEXAS, THE IDEAL YOW Now the young men and have a better idea of how the' They know waht they exp have it in black and white; like the editor, for fifty-two ■< freshing to have a change, are published in the Tribune that the young men have weli fact that they have given does them honor. An interesting circums young men, as a unit, atl to the possession of the po girls, and the general pref Ban graces, while neither | be greatly in demand. while beauty or riches maj er create nor hold regard The Tribune believes tain high -deals in tveryt nestlv to attain them. in the moral upbuilding tendency of such effor race. The question of thj best?" Our colored friendi out on the 19th of Eij What do you thii paper in a city of tw shops and terminals he m the making of a gre m r- to you. is re- will note thought is that the ■importance by the for Chris- seems ...

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