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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 6 June 1903

Mr Dr. Day Bee- lIMud Muter At iit ajjjg to the Ifflftlft this ww mtf of .Wwp. Nil yarojj ^Pyy liiiill ggflfcg M« Mr •' ':i,;v^: .'/Í • . ,;n ¿«uk'I$& #•« Kf 1i¡S • to o. Hur B A MII f ttlUMit was fit to • •o. N ■!■ ? trf •Id It to Me- at tii« wtttlif of the Hill afternoon tint "fftiw- arlth tM Mr*, S. W. SkOlATN WM KMMlm r.f M~ ^ "IMMMM ta the ■liver wedding mlw- sory of Mr. and Hn. Marte Cioter. of Qreeawlch Avenue, Mew Tor* City, «IM to to be celebrated Sun- 14. to the eMeet toother of ■HmiS lP.elty. to o leader to eeverel oriutu- are irruflni this tavttatkwa ton i « « * Book Mi*m« ft >)■•> >*C§ 01*1*3 Stone.. Oelveeton—' Oelreeton—Mm. Galveston—Mrs. «::dsxiBrb'0lb' Oiddlngs—Shakespeare Club .. w Goliad—Four O'otoek Club.... 10.00 QonM-Vfomt^ Literary Club, jw.oo Club.... W.00 Umafflsf Club . HHIboro Seesaw Club........ 10.80 Hlllsboro—Rertew Club « 00 mmlAcib. ii.oo dob.. 10.00 Houatoo—Wooun's Club ...... «S.00 houston—Current Ut. Club... *00 .. f jl.oo Oreen _ „ "S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 6 June 1903

YOUR BtISI W« UAn w WC—1111. Prwwt Mi* ALF. J. TA! LINK ROBERTSON A BRUCE ATTORNEYS mm. as. BANcnorr .. . '."Z . OHMIM, Classified Advertise! Advertisements under una Dead. 5c ] 1XDST—A 4-month s-old fox puppy. Tan head and tan spot* body. Answers to name 1 lender please notify Sabine 1 neis. ■' - y. MiS DAWSON & BORNE, Clothes : Consultation hours, any old phone 271. 'i. ROOMS POR RENT—Apply Bouchez, 1019 Green avenue. FOR SALE—My property on ner of Front and Fourth sale cheap; also my property 1 street west of First National' 0, Baker, Orange, Texas. , . 1 LOST—On/} hound pup, female, months old", black and tan. Liberal ward for return. Henry Reed, at Jer'a store. - -.'w&MV , TW""" I I i i| I ipy l| I II ! I mm I I I! II FOR new. Courts* | . >t¡M "I'M WWII iwS A GOOD MILK COWlST Mr . Orange. c DW houses on Kim ert Morgan, Sr. FOR SALE)-—Old derlaylng and spring' Twenty cents —• mmrnmmmmmm P.B.CLRRY & Fir , IHmrlmm, Lttm AccUomt latmrmmcm ■ Slrni ■sJm — == •sa I I '¿...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 8 June 1903

Sni '■ m>íV ■•'Vi- mí ¡ippffp' ' ■ u— naym■« • Iff* tm « (MfHI* m ywr onter IN/l Lithographing Ce t- !< MEMBKR OP THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. VOLUME 2 OIUWCE. TEXAS. MONDAY AFTEWtOOW. JUNE 8, 1903. Bm 4 * phetic Words him it say "to be given,''etc., are those that who has shall be given, which is certainly true ol the man who has a bank account, for whatever misfortune «ornes from Are, flood, sick* ness or adversity he has his bank account to fall back on, and which shall be given to him With added interest time be may need it. any sic The Orange National Bank, *mr? The Father of Waters Deals Death and Desolation =3BE * Horrible Conditions at Clifton Charlotte, North Carolina, June #.— thousand Idle men, women and Iran. who have been employed in Clifton cotton mill* and several other* who are also out of «employment, gathered around the wreck of the three Clifton eotton today. Many of them are with* iit'TOe neeesaltlea of life.- Several have been recovered this morn- Mrs. Hassle Rab...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 8 June 1903

m REIN LITHOGRAPH INC CO., PusuSMtna. M. «Mitt, rncaiocirr a. L. poro, skcrctar r kL.ered atthe PoatoSlce. Or ansie, Texas, as second class mall matter I M une Year *•« HouUm..~ subscription rates i # 80 Three Month* ,A VI HO ♦¥**• I <10 Oso Hostil* teeee . t . . «•••e*e«s< ftQ ▲DTBRTZSIMO RATM OU ▲miOATIOM. tarn Í ■!& KSp m 5' "c:> '3*F tsJBBS mow *▼ *▼ ArrnaitooM at Foo :Thibtt 0'oix>oa, 80Mi>4|a IlOIWD. ORANGfc, TEXAS, JUNE 8, fm * -/ ■** _ • . . CLEAN UP. - While Orange is naturally the cleanest and healthiest c% in the state, physicians say that a certain amount of sickness is inevitable unless a vigorous campaign of cleaning shall be inaugurated, and the Civic club pur- poses seeing to it that this is done. At the meeting of the club on Saturday afternoon civic cleanliness was discussed to some purpose; the ci'v ^was divided into "tidy wards," with regular commit- tees for each, and the chairmen of these committees will set the work' oh foot immediately. A p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 8 June 1903

• ' , ?! tWWfy 1 1 ^ '"J!P ' '.:' : Wi " ' ' k ' ,V"! :-:' '■••'^Kv a ■ • - i, fctiMs: "■ • >. ' .-: .• ¡ - 1 mm |p ' '. i¡5Tv, •;'■ ■■"■it -.i' •'.'■• • .; v..>.'•"•*?; ■HMP" ¿fe "■■ Jim Dnmpa' yoang wifa fthUi y«t • krid* 8mm M«culta nuda with ptttNt prMi In looked with Ahmt «pea the food, a brida asa cut ha rada, aat * Forth •trat, daar, 'tit my whim," tt eared tke life of " Sana? Jla.M llltS if#1 lié ■K# «ht MH *m And wktn In doubt, AM "Cmnr !■ ow honwhold «forea* ia ta fe- ■tillar aad ««Iodm tt 'Sunny Jim,' and dtai, Cor «a art aU ^W N VrlLLWm MM ...THE SABINE SUPPLY CO... f Bridge & Beach Stoves 66 years of continuous success manufacturing1 Stoves and Ranges Is conclusive evidence that their goods, their prices and their methods have the approval of the trade. A full line on oúr flobr. " Prices lower than others. Quality better than others. 1 r • Prompt iiid Courteous Treatment to our Customers ion* OÍ 4:- With C! Higgtn* or ■ Sabine Shipping Notes. Sabine Newt. The ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 8 June 1903

The contract for the grant new road works at Echo has been let t Con Murphy, of Like Charlea, work will be started at once. T will be three -hundred men at wo* there within a week. Sound hou- and machine shop are to -be erect the Southern Pacific comp ilBron iffi mm i complete faith In the town. 3*> Grange, S"«xa . YOUR BUSINESS tS SOLICITED. Wtftrtra to to Cmmmu. *rmH CmlW ato •• UNnl u with Atufarte Saftty. TAILOR LINK BUILDINC Ne. 3 ■a, aa, Bancroft •uilmnw ORANOK, TEXAS Classified Advertisements HI 1 IkA* " M W1 dm ■ k"pssB w . |>HV > > M| te chas. helmberg, Manager and Cutter. f Local and Personal, g Dan Morrison returned from a busi- ness trip to Jasper Saturday night. Advertisements under ctiu nead. 5c per line HOST—Between Coree'a drugstore and rice mill, small Bilver watch (la- dles'). Finder will be rewarded by re- turning me- to Borne, the clothes doctor. LOST—A 4-months-old fox terrier puppy. Tan head and tan apots on body- Answers to name of Junior. Finder-p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 9 June 1903

b«; iwmmm • S^HUp , ' v // ''M; - Iff ' i I'' I''''.; lili *ém* ► print anything Awb • 19th 141 A ■ WwWJ/Ww WW • j Vee*. Sané n yaw INI LHhagrapMnf Co Ü$3i . v ; ■', ■ $L ¿sEImP* MEMBER OE THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. VOLUME 2 ORANGE, TEXAS, TUESDAY AFTERNOON. JUNE 9, 1903. Prophetic Words are those that say "to him who has shall be given," etc., which is certainly true of the man who has a bank account, for whatever misfortune comes from fire, flood, sick- ness or adversity he has his bank account to fall back on, and which shall be given to him with added interest any time he may need it. The Orange National Bank. Continue Very at St. Louis fir* Alarm far Oil Fleid. Beaumont Texas, June S.—Receiver Ma y Kawham. of Spindle Top, lias arranged with Fire Chief Kaatham to bare the whittle known aa the "•ereech owl," formerly in use by the •re department, to be blown three timet tn the event of a fire at the oU fl«ld«. Arrangement* have alee been made with the telephone companies to notify the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 9 June 1903

HK HE IN LITHOQRAPHING CO., PuaitaMKfis. WIN, President A. L. PONO, •ecretar í =ab tti^ared at the Poatofflce. Orange, Texaa, uacconú claa* mall matter m •UMORIPTION ft ATM I we Y ear • •••ee« **•••••««•... 0 00 Three Month* ■■<••«••*• *«(•<11 I" Mentha «go ose Month.. to ADVHRT1SIWO HATVS OM APPLICATION. Mcn> Btibt Amiwoo at Fotrnffunr o-obook, StmoATB Exoamt . ORANGE, TEXAS, JUNE 9, 1903. MORE ABOUT BEAUTIFUL ORANGE. Many of the truth? we have uttered and the good deeds we have done in other days may be repeated to larger clientele today, and again and again, with profit. There is an item in a pretty little booklet descriptive of thi6 city and county and issued by the Orange Board' of Trade less than three years ago, which will bear re- peating: "There is more health, wealth and all-round con- tentment in Southeastern Texas than can be found in any other section. Especially is this true of Orange city and county. Here is a circumscribed section of 'Southeast Texas, consis...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 9 June 1903

* It's R f Consolidated report of General erlck D. Grant, commander of the rtment of Texas,'transmitting the • Inspection reporta of the mill- organ Itatlon* of Texas, Is aow In the Tens Militia: 1 pair khaki trousers, 1 campaign hat, 1 pair khaki leggtags. " 'In view of the fact that the Texas Volunteer Guard Is wholly dependent upon the allotment under section 1601, revised statutes (already exhausted), hands of the War Department. In f>r all armament and supplies this State report General Grant- has gone fully lato every detail of organ!- of the Texas Guard and the re- al a whole will be of Incalculable t to the State and ought' to <u<- the fullest recognition in the mat- of pew equipments and money *1-. Sft will be remembered that the hr- apeetlon by army officers under the iww law began on April 23 last and «rere completed on or before May 20 of the tour army inspecting of- submitted duplicate report's of Inspection, which reports, before forwarding to the War Departme...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 9 June 1903

Gun Clubs w. w. neio. J. O. SIMS, An't Cmshhr &at aMuM 1689. irst "Vtatíonaf ffeaní* of Grange, 3"«xa . YOUR BUSINESS IS SOLICITED. Wt Strht to k* CwrtMw, toast Cirtftf sad II Literal «s Cmímimi with AbMtatc Uftly TAILOR 1//VIÍ BUILDING No.3. II ib "T"".'.1"-". * _ ■, CHAS. HELM BERG, Manager and Cutter. ROBERTSON & BRUCE ATTORNEYS aa, 23, Bancroft buildinoi ORANGE. TEXAS Classified Advertisements Advertisement* uuderims neaü. sc per Une LOST—Between Goree'B drugstore and rice millr-small silver watch (la- dles'). Finder will be rewarded by re- Yes, until Saturday night. Graves, Bland & Co •; Miss Annie Haynes of Lake Charles is in the cttv this, week, the guest, of Miss Maria Russ. UÜL..-L..! i.i - n iU i Mr. and Mrs. Will Campbell left last doe Ir ' h6 Cl0theS nlsht for Crowley «o visit Mr. Camp- • bell's relatives in that city. LOST—A 4-montha-old fox terrier puppy, Tan head and tan spots on body. Answers to name. of Junior. Finder please notify Sabine Ken- nels. tf I...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 10 June 1903

MEMBER OF THE A8SOCIATED PRE88 • 16th $ 1000-page •Mr order Ce ümmM wm&mmmi are those ORANGE. TEXAS. WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, JUNE 10. Prophetic Words that say who has shall be given," etc., which is certainly true ot the man who has a bank account, for whatever misfortune comes from fire, flood, sick- ness or adversity he has bis bank account to fall back on, and which shall be given to him with added interest any time he may need it. National Bank. The Excursion Yesterday Down the Beautiful Sabine (By * Fair Excursionist.) Those who were so fortunate, and there were nearly two hundred of i, aa to take In the excursion yea- lay, given by Mr. Waugh, with one voted it a perfect success In particular. Not one thing hap- durln* the entire day to mar <*• pteaaure of any one. Many face* —- in evidence who had never set npon the beautiful steamer Law- re before, and who were, upon leav- ing. enthusiastic in their praises of Captain Wilson and Mate Landy for the manner in which they wer...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 10 June 1903

— afcws as tlL m 5=*= -- v m WEIN LITHOGRAPHING CO., PUM.I«HKHS. A; k, CORD, •■CRETAN1 Ik i* the -husband o: Wife draws the Birred*t the Poet office. Orange. Teiu, assecond ctua mall matter me Yew ...... ** Mentha..... •uésoniption hatui « «0 Three Months.... • DO Oae Month........ *t>raim«iHG iiATm o* áWuóMioi. «••••* >••• " •••••••«••«91 60 ««•iikiiix >j|t> -Down came the sweet summer rain and the corn, green but thirsty, looked gladly up and drank and lfufched and lived. That's a "pastel in prose,' 1 friMit". ' , * ' r>;1 , tenmr Anwamoow at Poosr.Tunrrr O'ouxm, SUMDATB BZCOTTVB. ORANGE, TEXAS; JUNE 10, 1903. '| ' ■ n ,ai >===g 11 M|| le line at having people know it. Lin Projected 1 Again we repeat that important question which here- tofore only the echoes have answered: "What has be- come of that Retail Grocers'association ?" i unswjpa ble. The city cotjn^il will no d¡qubt of its own motion take such , steps as are! necessary to Írtsiíre civic cleanliness. The...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 10 June 1903

• v ■ ■ <1 V «Si umm 2£ ■i • i 'in i i 11.' ' -r-w? ' •. nr.- 'M-m (HP S IS WORSTED H* Tries to MfcJce HI/■ Wife Think Maple Sugar Is Mfe.de In June mm:- tCopyrlfht, IMS. by C. B. Lewis.) E Bowsers hid spent a pleas- ant heur after dinner, he with his newspaper, she1 <Hth her book, and the eat muring on héarth, when a sudd¿> gnst of rattled the windows, and be look- ad Op and Mttd . '* "Spring is at hand, and I'm begin' Hint to think of the sugar bush. W# * ed to make about BOO pounds of ina- p fkB*ar «very year when I was a boj>." • ■ "B*t yon dldnt begin tto make It the lti 6t May, did your asked. Mrs. Bow- "AWrays, unless that day fell on Bun- day. . Toa, father began tapping the trees on the 1st, and for the next six weeks we almost lived In the sugar bush." "Bnt I think you are wrong about the seSsoSr We also used to make *1 MAT* THERM TM.D BT MT OWN Wirs that t am a jackaml" maple sugar, and |"te known father to tap the trees In February, while there was yet plenty...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 10 June 1903

. * sKrrcricy,| JSfr 8YB0N WBJLWriS ROBERTSON & BRUCjE ATTORNEYS >2, 83. Bancroft Bu i loin oí ORANGE, TEXAS Clisslfisl Advertisements Advertisements under tnis head, Se per Une LOST—Between Goree's drugstore and rice mill, fimall silver watch (la- dles'). Finder will be rewarded by re- turning same to Borne, the clothes doctor. Consul J. I. Brlttaln tells of a move- ment In the vicinity of th.e_CJty of Ketal, Germany, to Insure fresh eggs to buyers. It see ins the Kaiser bens, like their American cousins, are prone to secret their fruit until it occasion- ally hints oí hydrofl lorie acid or the remains of a soap facfory in its sec- ond childhood;' To avoid this, the egg Is stamped as to date of evolution, and the buyer has no fear of the con¿ sequences—provided, of course,>• the farmer has told the truth and the agent don't got his dates mixed. But why not have the hen do her own stamping? Then our German {ends could feel absolutely safe from enlng surprises. It is well k...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 11 June 1903

bmbct' •;.< K\'^WMA^^ÍK: If' '.'''- , ';: ', .; ''y^ ''',''1''^^' ''"lííl'l i'' m*. yt . ' ■ ÁÍ#'.-V-':íÍiW >f* ■'■ ' '■',# '• frow • im tO • /«MW. ua your order Rala Lithographing Co ■ i' 1 '" .UME 2 ÜÉi - . The Dally Tribune will be de llvered to your horn* or place of business six days in the week for SO cents a month. MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ORANGE. TEXAS. THURSDAY AFTERNOON, JUNE 11. 1903. NUMBER 66 Prophetic Words are those that say "to him who bas shall be given,"etc., which is certainly true pi the man who has a bank account, for whatever misfortune comes from fire, flood, sick* ness or adversity he has his — bank account to fall back on, and which shall be given to V him with added interest any . Si time he may need it. The Orange National Bank. / / "*7 Again Skinned by the Orange Gun Club Th* third «hoot of the Orange-Beau- mont series came off yesterday after- noon and w'm very succeaaful Id point of attendance, the occasion be- ing enlivened by the presence ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 11 June 1903

.«red at the PoetotDce. Orange. Texas, at second claw mail matter W. KtlN, PRKaiUtfT ititouw PHING CO., PUBLISHER*. l. roño, bkonctari ....•1 80 >0 •UMOHIPTION RATMi .. S40 Three Months.... ...■.•••a... t op Oae Month.......• ADTBSTialJIG RATM OM AITUXOATJO*. mvu> Cnif Arrnwooii at Fom:Thktt O'onoox, Sumdat xxoararo.' ORANGE, TEXAS, JUNE ii, 1903. CLEARING HOUSE OF INFORMATION. 'tr y f . - People in the North, East and Middle West by thou- sands would like to change their place of residence to better their condition. But they complain that, hereto- fore, they have been unable to obtain specific informa- tion regarding this land of promise. The trouble lies simply in the lack of effective organized work to pro- mote immigration in the sections most to be benefited. And this suggest^ again the clearing house of informa- tion advocated by the Tribune some days ago. A number of the leading papers have copied the editorial referred to, but \ye have seen no comments. The fact that t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 11 June 1903

>• •: "• )' "-V •' 1 W ' ^'v •; Fj > '-/'vfA.';. ■ 1 ■' • 'f-; . •'J/v •;? Sf¡ M Mm ■ ■' wisPI,™ m' tty-m w — ~~— .in ■ -i i-iri ■ '^Jfel —. pp £.'•' ' > .¿V-V ■■ mM' ■ I;1K- hk$ HW ' PM ■ SW : 1 SISÉ? 1ÍÍ V' ' 1 Houston Po t. Sour Lake, Texas, June 10.—-Mr. H. L. Fsgin, who wh one of the moat prominent promoters and operators In the Beaumont field in the early days, and who is probably as well known as My operator In the South, lit here to- day looking over the field. Mr. Fagln ia not Interested In (he sour Lake field, but purchased yesterday at .Sar- atoga ten acres of proven territory which he will develop. He thinks that this .Section of the eountry will be the most extensive oil region In the world aad expressed the opinion that there would be oil deposits discovered all oter the southeastern portion of Tex- ts. Just aa soon as speculation on á large scale ceases In one field, Mr. Fa- Kin says, there Will be a rush to some new one. many of which be thinks will be found...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 11 June 1903

,p s HWM« Jtjmw: S ■ s Í)««PPPIP^HM¡¡MU¡ '< k"-.\ w. w. «e/o. • , ationa YOUR BUSINESS SÜ, CiUiib. rr«m t Cantal mt IS SOLICITED. Ufctral «I CMHlMt Win AbtoMt S f«ty í FOR JUNE WEDDINGS cut glass makes the most charm- ing presents. Our stock is very complete in new styles and ar- tistic designs. No other articles combine the beautiful and the useful as the many elegant pieces exhibited by us. ~ Many new pieces just received n W;■ W. P. McFARLAND JEWELER, Engraver and Diamond-Setter ROBERTSON & BRUCE ATTORNEYS 82, 93. Bancroft Buildinqi orange, texas — 0 Local and Personal. Yes, until Saturday night Graves, Blañil ifc Co. Mrs. W. G. Addison arrived this morning and Is registered at the Hol- land. She has been In San Antonio, where Mr. Addison has been very se- riously ill. The patient's health 4s now much improved. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Rutledge have returned from their wedding trip. <7The old Main street bridge between Fourth and Fifth streets is being tak- en up today prepar...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 12 June 1903

MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. ORANGE, TEXAS, FRIDAY AFTERNOON, JUNE 12, 1903. Sand us yaar arder Rein Lithographing (To Prophetic Words are those tbat say who bas shall be given," etc., 'to him PP BH f The Dally tribune will be ta live red to your hom* ar flaca of business she days in the week far SO cenia a month. i'VfTO'- ^vMp-ííi Wí'l NUMBER 67 which is certainly true ol the man who has a bank account, for whatever misfortune comes from fire, flood, sick- ness or adversity he bas his bank account to fall back on, and which shall be given to him with.added interest any time be may need it. ional Bank. Secret Night Burial of King and Queen of Servia Tragedy Excites Much feeling in Russia, Bat Interference By Powers Not Considered AdviiaHe—Aus- trian Monitors at Belgrade. Hoo Hoo Concatenation Tomorrow in Beaumont Kllbnrn Moore, Vtcs«er- •at Saark, lufe seat to ev my loyal Hoo-Hoo la bit Jurisdiction the follo«4ag (sollac tad lapmiln invi- tatloa to attend the coacat- «aattoa to b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 12 June 1903

EIN LITHOGRAPHING CO., Punuextne. «HAS. M. REIN, PREBIOENT A. U. FORD, «tCWtTAIM fc.i-.ered at U>e PoatoUce. Orange. Texas. aa second claau mail matter favor of him please tell him what it is. Hi® personal history has nothing whatever to do with his ability to call someone to the 'phone. Wouldn't give a rap for Krageorgavitch's job unless it had a detpetáble headpiece. • UBSORIRTION RATES! >ue Year •«•••a*** >•••*••••• too TUree Mouth*... f i* Uonttaa 8 do Ose Mouth ADVKWTISIHG HA TICK OK APPUHJATIOK. II M< *•*..' 8(1 BSDBD EV«HT ArTHHNOON AT POtNt iTHJBTT 0'OtOOS Sonda th Exosptso. DRANGli, TEXAS, JUNE 12, 1903. '11IE SÓUTH'S PROBLEM William E. Curtis, writing to the-Chicago Record- Herald, notes that the Southern newspapers generally copied and commented favorably upon Mr. Cleveland's speeches at New York, St. Loiiis and elsewhere upon the negro problem. The negro "problem, says Mr. Cur- tis. is working itself out in a practical way and such expressions as are found in...

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