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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 12 June 1903

í ■HHIHi'fwltfw*' pP ■ > MK $/ , ' 1 ip™ '^SSi "'V/' ■? II tt il iiXii Pr !«■: io England pv Sí' Ííffi 1,214,168 pockets. Market steady, im- proved Inquiry. Talmage, Charleston, telegraphs Carolina orop movement to date: Re- ceipts, 61,670 barrels; sales, 61;320 barrels. Market firm; offerings readi- ly taken. - ■ Avoided Specification. A well known Presbyterian minister of Camden Is never happier than when relating his pet anecdotes concerning courtship and marriage. One of bta favorites, which he usually reserves for wedding breakfasts. Is of a young couple of his acquaintance who had been married by a Quaker. Immedi- ately after the ceremony, the Quaker said to the bridegroom: "Friend, thou art at the end of thy troubles." , A few weeks later the man came to his mlnlstei, boiling over with rage, having found his wife a regular vixen, and said: "I thought you said I was at the end of my troubles?" "8o I did, friend, but I did not *ay which end."—New York Times. London.—Seldom h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 12 June 1903

ÍB'wiíwí¡W«C> - '•■'®r §®M(pli'H: j© Síf" ■■*■' ""'V1': '';<yf| ' '"pplPlSif'^í'fPf '■ ,v v \f. * •' ' i ||p, ':, Vv</ '#v: ft '^$Vi0'3, ■ifc:'. -ÍTp^í ''•■ai ""' "'. '■■■•• • i . ?v,: W. H. STARK. PrvMiémmt L. MILLER. Vlf-Prv*. W. W. REID, Cnktmr J. O. SIMS, Au't Cmaklmr 6sta&íis¥(«4 1889. {Jírst 3\,ationaí of Grange, 3*exas. YOUR BUSINESS IS SOLICITED. We Strive la fee Courteouj, Prompt Careful and u Liberal ai Csstiitestyivlth Absolute Safely. 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 W.P. McFARLAND • ijjl g Local and Personal, g •••«• «««*«•«««« C. B. Spooner, of bockport, was home in Orange on a visit. The Orange Rifles were out In their khaki uniforms for target practice yesterday. Miss Georgia Ochiltree, after a visit to friends in Houston, has re- tu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 13 June 1903

MEMBER OP THC ASSOCIATED PRESS TtfámHy (lye red to your torn* of bulkiest Mix days week foe M cents é ü : ■. mfcj) mm ORANGE, TEXAS. SATURDAY AFTERNOON. JUNE 13. 1903. I ill II Ii • In II I I I NUMBER 68 The Sabine Supply Company ,'HT PírHí The Orange IT;- 'V 'A' ;" •rV'-V LOADED He LEAQt l? loaded With pent metallic Gumapoesi ■to *iA«, riMei, • < woe?* mm Prophetic Words are those thkt say "to him who has shall he trae)?. " etc., Sfchich is certaittly true w^he mas who has s bank account, for whatever misfortune comes from 'lire, flpod, sick- ness or adversity he has his hank account to fall Jhack on, and which «hall be 'given to him with added interest any time he may need it. National Bank. Jett-WMte Trial in Kentucky Jackson, Ky„ June 13.—The trial of Jett and White, charged with tbe mur- der of Lawyer Marcum, was resumed this morning. The commonwealth at' ^orney, Byrd, stated that the detail aent out last nigh ( to compel the at- tendance of Freeman, a much wanted All Quiet ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 13 June 1903

fW-SM LITHOCWAWINC CO., — | g A. L. FORD, «KOIirrAIM ter thafi any than any of it crop, ana His. W.C. -rkrat M*. OranRc. Texu, nssecond class mall matter '■'ta • e s S e •!•«<« i' • • aw « Month* •UMORIPTION MTIti ■rime ueaths 4i as One to ■ATM on irruciTioa. ■'«SB hdid itut ArruuiooN at Foen :T*x*tt O'OLOOK, SOMDAYS IXOWTIBi ip , , I,'".'.'....i '• ■ ORANGE, TEXAS, JUNE 13, 1903- ' <FOR A CLEANER CITY. During the next week the Civic club of Orange will; be the busiest organisation of patriotic women in '.lie South. The city' has been divided into districts with regular working organizations, and á general cleaning day has been set. The city, council will cheerfullv as* sist the energetic, ^earnest women in this crusade í r the good of Orange, and, with united effort, and with all the forces at work, we shall have not only, a beauti- ful, but an orderly and healthful city. You will enjoy reading the following from the Rec- ord-Herald, which tells of a ward cleaning crusade in ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 13 June 1903

CONDUCT av Mili , C. KAITIKLIKO. All CoflMMnlcMimt InwuJti tor this < - tliWwci ,ko*M b« tUitttti i* Mm. w. C. MterllDt, ctr* T%« Tilbant. n4 la lawrt (••f'-.io.T. 'W «mwm IH . «■¡••M j.h Ha1 VIvv WwP • tn rcderate. . friends. as be proceeded to the first Tbe Civic cTUb held á very nnthus- P1*®® ot attack an the North Side. Inntlc meeting last Saturday afternoo* The subject of federation was thor- oughly dlaciiaaed and while the major- ity of the ladlea were very much In fa- vor of federation, -81111 there were •OBM excellent reaaona why they ahonld not do to and the club decided to dron the subject, tt Is the general opinion of the club that they can do as good work out of the federation as they could In It. Mr*. B. 0. Latchem, chairman of the Tidy committee, reported that she had divided the city Into wards or dis- tricts and appointed a lady chairman tor each district. U will be the duty of each of these ladles to see that all the street*, alleys and vacant lots •re kept dean ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 13 June 1903

SB W. H. eapects to sil af &ra* a, 5"«xas. ITO :|K? ">' • SÍ; '.. ?y; víi-i'• roiyj? business is solicite#. We Drill* to bt Cmtum, fieewt CjrtM eeS u Liberal u CeeMtteet wl AknMc =— No. 6060. P$$P REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE ORANGE NATIONAL BANK, AT ORANGE. In the State of Texas, at the close of business June 0, 1903. RESOURCES, l.oans and Discounts... ..W7,8 K.73 FOR JUNE WEDDINGS cut-glass makes the most charm- ing presents. Our stock is very complete in new f>t} les and ar- tistic designer No other articles combine the beautiful and the useful as the .many elegant pieces exhibited by -us. Many new pieces just received W.P. McFARLAND JEWELER, Engraver and Diamond-Setter Overdrafts, secured and unsecured D. S. Bonds to secure circulation,., Premium* on U. t>. Bonds Stocks, securities, etc..- Banking house turu'.t're. lixfH 'me from National Hankh (not reservo agentsT.' Due from Htate iiankH ami Bankers... Due from approved reserv.- «went ... Check* aud other cash It...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 15 June 1903

W' :' kJ) 8 Kg# 4 I ■Éíé" íi i t^í' #¡S|¡ 4 '•■ «4*-vi-i « . THE PATHEI jOF AMERICAN FINAI and the first Secretary of the treasury, organized the finan- cial system of the U. 8. What he did for the country you can do for yourself, and the Orange National Bank will help you by offering every inducement possible for the care and safe* keeping of your savings and surplus at liberal interest. té Orange National Bank. mmm Tin Dally Tribute will *0 tfe five red to your horn* or place Of hualneaa atx day m the week tor SO centa a month. THB ASSOCIATED PRESS *= ORANGE TEXAS* MONDAY AFTERNOON, JUNE H\ 1903. NUMBER 69 You • will never be bothered with germs if you drink our Soda Water. It comes from a strictly sanitary fountain. Stop a- minute and think and then be in a hurry to call at the Gate City Drug Store arid call for what you want. A AAA A : |, MEMBER OF *n i ' ' « i'i . ' i' —• r ¡O J '"SKtPBf1' te Sabine Supply Company m. . jk mm, & J® LOADED SHOTGUN J " ■jv LBAOUB. kwMwIU See u...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 15 June 1903

... p I !/'- I ■It" Bife1 SÜ días Btll matter ======= —= =* = ,ue Year • •••••ai I* ••*•«*•«••••• 6 90 fk'i'9-40 Three Mont tan..*. *Oaa MOBth.« « .. juna on inuunoa n M « =5* HOOK AT POW SOXDATB KUVm ¿WW* , ORANGE, TEXAS, JUNE 15, 1903. THE OIL INDUSTRY PERMANENT. With the increased supply, of course, the demand for oil increases, every industry in which it is possible to utilize the cheaper and more conveni<int fuel adding the necessary equipment for that purpose. Comparatively speaking, the foreign press has done moré to advertise the Texas bil fields than the press of this country, and the papers of other states than of Texas. "0 ; The Southern Industrial Review, in a very opti- property scholastic present equipment and in the personnel of ange city schools will compare favorably the stat"- > • " It has been decided Kiat a notary public can not hold office as a member of the legislature. Article 3, sec- tion 15, of the «taw constitution reads: "No member of either house sh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 15 June 1903

ÍWWBWTS ^iw? :"fr i_ pfs® '■M'£>''<', '. r"v -t- : i ®w8 the Sabine lake Channel i S • • S • ;: í -v Mr. Copper Vigorously Workfnc to Secare the Expendí' ture of the Appropriation—Correspondence Openei Anew With the Port Arthur Canil Company. Special to Oalvestsn Newt. Washington, Juna 14.—Representa- Caspar, who has baan heresev- •ml dsys in ths Inlaraat ef the Sabina Laic* Improvement, haa strong hopaa tMrt tha ebataelaa in tha way of tha expenditure of tha $118,000 to eon- •tract a canal along thé west ahora of tha tali* will a«an ba obviated. M «III be remembered that the laat Congress appropriated 9125,000 to con- struct a canal from the mouth* of the Sabine and Neches rivera to-a-eonr ac- tion with the Port Arthur Canal, on condition that the canal company would agree to levy no tolla on the commerce pasting through the lake. The Port Arthur Canal company de- clined to enter auch an agreement, and Mr. Cooper Introduced a bill at the butt session authorizing the expendi- ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 15 June 1903

BlP II tu, I 'in i ttiimHii II I- "I IIMI'I i L.MIUtK. 'WW 1111 lllllliplll ITU 11 n W. W. «•. * 4 9. 0. '• O SIMS, ass'icm 1889. '^c ^jFirst ^)\.atic>nai of Grange, ÍT«xas. V0Í//Í BUSINESS IS SOLICITED. We Strive la be CmtnmK toomM CarsUI tad at Llkml at CMiMtaat with Abadale Safety. liar m m U '> FOR JUNE WEDDINGS cut frlass makes the most charm- ig presents. Our stork- is very jmplete in new styles and ar- tistic design*. No other articles jmbine the beautiful and the useful as the many elegtint pieces exhibited by us. I Many new pieces just received W.P. McFARLAND JEWELEB, Engraver and Diamond-Setter LLocal and Personal. e MB® ®®®® *®®®® Ben Kimbrough 'ta paying his re- spects to bis Orange customers today. Incidentally, hla name is still "Hot Air Ben." H. L. Montamlan and J. E. Milliken, of the engineering department of the Orange & Northwestern, spent Sun- day in Houston. W_ J. Kelter, a former Orangeite. now In business at Beaumont, was shaking hands with his numero...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 16 June 1903

t M í ! I IÍW|a; W': ■HB MM ' ; ■' fpk 'tí:'■ ':|?f ^ ■■ --i I i ■, ■' "■ # <r-^.Vf>; ;,W'f'; 'f- • '•, ''/;?•' • ■ 4tffl p*' ■' m * , Mr^raíS®. W pB •:,,- k^appaji v-'mKIS from e f** üéééé mi $r¡bimf i The Dally Tribune will be dp live red to your bom* or piece of business six days in the week for 30 cents a month. =s membkr of tm( associatcd press 2 ■MMMM *rszz ORANGE, TEXAS. TUESDAY AFTERNOON JUNE 16, 1903. NUMBER 70 ImM® Í mmmm mttrn m mmmm 1íe fathu or ankiicar 'X w ■ and the first; Secretary of the treasury, orgfanUed the finan- cial system of the U. S. What he did for the country you cad ottttiif, and the Oratifto il Bank will help you by offering every inducement possible for the care and safe keept^ig of yqur savings and V surplus at liberal interest. , [e National Bank. Í H 0 • " ü |íí Él Sabine Supply Company See ni lor Anything in Sportsman's Supplies. L. 0, Smith shot guns, Lefev re shot guns, Remington shot guns, Winchester shot guns, Winchester rifles, Ste- vens...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 16 June 1903

«TEIN LITHOGRAPHING CO., PUBLISHER* M. RBIN. PRESIDENT . A. L. POUD.SCCMTMf Burred st the Postofflce, Or aune. Texas, ss second cIsm ball matter SUBSCRIPTION It ATM t yst Tear t 00 Three Month ••«.............11 60 ftp Months..8 00 Ohc Mouth..60 advertising rat1s ok application. H . i. • •«us Evsbt ArsssiiooK at Fodr:Trirty o'clock. Bdmdatb BxosnsD. ORANGE, TEXAS, JUNE 16, 1903. ENCOURAGING THE SOLDIER BOYS. The state military encampment will be held in Aus- tin some time in August, the date not yet definitely fixed. The Federal governmeafe^has appropriated $32,000 and the state $10,000, and it is promised that this will be the largest and most successful encamp- ment ever held in Texas. There is more money, for one thing, and for another there has been an unusual amount of interest worked up by the* recent inspec- tions and the militia is in better shape than ever be- fore in its history. The state now furnishes every- thing, arms, uniforms and all equipments, but, this burden will...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 16 June 1903

B^i WMmmm fflH $f!ii i'' 'f -}* twfiiv^ M '' , '• i ¡' .V ' -' \ ■'} i'f . AI 1 MT/ ■ ' !\1', y ' ., ',, •' ■ .,'. -/-lU:'' ' Sj;';.:. y - >; ,s :; ; f. > ; «ffi •' (; '• 1U1 fc ■-'' rltt Appeals to leSim !W* !?? - 1 «fcftlfe ; 'Jltttttf1]}. a ¡s$® II' taiive mi Jffvw Al. laM their case before President velt and Secretary Hay. By ntment the executive council lied at tira etate "department In ington yesterday. They were M. Levi, president, of New ; Jaéob Furth, vice president treaautor, of devalan** Solomon lsberger, hon*fl*ry aeoretary, New Wolf, Washington. Secretary Hay received the councM spent three-quarters of an hour to their representations and meriting upon them. Then the escorted his callers to the House. Where they were, re- by President Roosevelt and in set forth their views and Us- ed to what he had to say in reply. Mtefvtews with both the presi- t and secretary were extremely lafactory, although It soon became it . that positive action could be had on the betterme...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 16 June 1903

jp&jfc W.M. 9T* K atloi\a I réim>mjsifi/Ess SOLICITED Local and Personal. Ml*, L. Miller Is confined bed with *n- tt*cir6f 'fever. A/1 , ' ■ kó* !'ikj *■ "■/Ai'fc, > ■ clflc, finds It Imperative that he i devote bo mueh time to traffic out of Orange. Miss Bessie Gillespie of BU Paso Is •pending some time in guest of ber slater, Mrs. jf. 8. ■on Miss Bessie has a boat of warm friends In Orange,, who will be de- lighted to welcome ber to our midst «ad make ber all too brief atay a pleasant one. ¡te iv#4 wm 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 W.P. McFARLAND JEWELER, Engraver and Diamond-Setter ROBERTSON & BRUCE ATTORNEYS S2, S3, Bancroft Builoinqi ORANGE, TEXAS Classified Advertisements Advertisement* uuder tnisnead.fi: per line WANTED—Two girls wcfrk. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 17 June 1903

<11 |IIW1ÍI¡IUHM from • IM fe • f M MI pp.,WfFW~ Wlir mtuWaw^^^Jw^B^aWWawwfJ %/9 9®,ÍTM" MR ¿ttMí! •■ LUKE 2 The Orange MBMBER OF THE ASSOClATEO PRE88. •ORANGE, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON JUNE 17, 1903. > THE FATHEBOF AMERICAN riNAÑtE. and the first Secretary of the treasury, organized the finan- cial system of the U. 8. What he did for the country you can do for yourself, and the Orange National Bank will help you by offering every inducement possible for the care and safe keeping of your savings and surplus at liberal interest. National Bank. !&!©'■ W' ■- The Sabine Supply Company V. *gw LOADED See ns tor Anything in Sportgman'a Supplies. L. 0. Smith shot guns, L e f e v r e shot guns, Remington shot guns, Winchester shot guns, Winchester rifles, Ste- vens target rifles, Colt revolvers, Iver John- son revolvers, Ideal smokeless shells, New Victor smokeless shells, League shells. Cartridge belts, Game carriers, Hunting coats, Pishing Tackle, Gun Cases. VfffMS METALLIC CAR...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 17 June 1903

=r ItUmiw pM.. ; M. Rain, President. R. t. Ford, Sscretsry. i ^,.1— at the Postoffice at Orange, Tex* , as Second- ClMs Mail Matter. Subscription Ratea: Year $6 00 Three Month $1 50 Months 3 00 One Month 'BO Advertising Rates "On Application. Every Afternoon at 4:30 O'clock, Sundays Excepted. ORANGE, TEXAS, JUNE 17, 1903. WHAT DQES IT MEAN? And still the harvest of death continues. A common r question in the minds of the people, if unuttered, is "What, when and where will the next great disaster be?" The epidemic of railroad wrecks, ocean col- lisions, great, holocausts, floods, murder, war, pesti- lence and famine which has afflicted the world during the past six months has never been equalled in the his- tory of the human race. The year of our Lord nine- teen hundred and three is only half gone and already is a record-breaker in the world's diary. What does it mean ? For so tremendous effects inquiring humanity is im- pelled to curiously seek a cause, and á purely material reason ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 17 June 1903

lip '■"t'r —..< 'V'íiñv ir.ÜlTlf ■ 'S illlF ut tw i'i.r1 > H. Jones, president of the M. Lumber company, Is In the looking after his extensive here. Mr. Jones was seen t the^Holland and said the only ob- Ion he had to talking about Orange _ that he didn't know where to be* i, and seriously doubted bis ability . top when he onee got started. "It has been about a year since I kft in Orange last," said he, "and tell you the plain unvarnished truth was lost when I started to go from hotel to our mill., By the way, the llahd has been built since I was last and I want tó tell you right you people have a hotel here ilch would be a credit to Houston r any other city In the 8tate. Prom J standpoint of architectural beauty, comfortable rooms or excellence of cuisine the Holland will rank up with the beat of them and you ought to be. and doubtless are. proud of it. "I took a drive with Walter Stew- art and 1 want to tell you I was sim- ply amaxed at the improvement which has taken place ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 17 June 1903

IÜMÜ8 W. M.BTtmK, We we WW# ■Mit* Ipv as R& El $■: i j. o. aft/a, Am't CMttor &sta&ti fte& 1889. £Íf\c {Jirst 9lati°naf ^)an^ of 0rai>ge, 3"««as. roí//? BUSINESS IS SOLICITED. We suite to be Cwrlewt. Pr«wM CarfM and Llktrtl ai CwiittMt win Abtotote Safely. Í«í5í4^íí?5555«5í íí í5 ^ FOR JUNE WEDDINGS cut íílass makes the most charm- ing1 presents. Our stock is very complete i a 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 W.P. McFARLAND JEWELER, Engraver and Diamond-Setter ROBERTSON & BRUCE ATTORNEYS '--an,. 33. Bancroft buildinqi ' ORANGE, TEXSS Classified Advertisements Advertisements, uuitor tnm tirad..Ac per Une Í Local and Personal, g L. Miller has returned from a trip to HouBton. ^— Cates Ford spent the morning on a buslnesB trip to Beaumont. WANTED—1000 old suits to clean, dyé -or press. Dawson & Borne, the clothes doctors. New phon...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 18 June 1903

Sifí v'¡ '-Vi t„: m i i * '•* «# IKL ■ i/Aiia 1 I"" W'W -= THE FATHER or AMERICAN FINANCE. and the first Secretary of the treasury, organised the finan* clal system of the U. 8. What he did for the country you can do for yourself, and the Orange National Bank will help you by offering every inducement possible for the care and safe keeping of your savings and surplus at liberal interest. The Orange National Bank. .. You will never he bothered With germs if you drink our Soda Water. It comes from a strictly sanitary fountain. Stop a minute and think and then be in a hurry to call at the Gate City Drug Store and call for what you want. A A AAA bettor on all nunawr goods, «tich ae loa Crean Friuen, latrlgaratara, lee Picks, lee Teaga. Water Ceelere, (Ml Ceek Steves, Screes Wire Geeda, Heae Reels, Oardea Hese, Etc. than yon will find Id any other placo. Frio# «rill eat no flgore on certain Hum of summer good , u they nut A Most Complete Une of BUILDERS' HARDWARE Estimates Furnished OS a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 18 June 1903

us i /*«. M. RdR, Prasldswt. • A. L. Ford, Secretary w = at the Postoffice at Orange, Texas, as Second- Class Mall Matter. One Tear . Six Months Subscription Ratos ¿ Tbre^Homhs I ....$6 00 .... S 00 One Advertising Rates on A] t si <mT1 .ÍJptLation. .|1 60 50 Issued Every Afternoon at 4:80 O'clock, Sundays Excepted. ORANGE, TEXAS, JUr •' i8, 1903. GOT HIS*JUST DESERTS. Servia is all right. There is not only hope but as- sured safety for a country where the people say to despots thus far and no further shalt thou go on thy peril. An unbearable situation had arisen in Servia. Born of revolution, accouched in blood and none too stable in its foundation, the young kingdom, so lately merged into the light of Christian civilization, has suf- fered under the sway of murderers, madmen and rep- robates until the people were heart and soul sick and as. a dernier resort adopted desgerate measures for the relief of a desperate díseáse. King Alexander long ago threw ordinary decency to the wi...

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