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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 23 June 1903

ül í$ Mr SKi , „ „ ,a.' 1, ¿ 8 ÍS ^7*wSÍII aftsr- „ bssn tickets told to luired by the 4 |fP|Sͧ?; Th# Tributos special history m a glittering Tribune's guarantaa w befara 3 o'clock yaata neon, there having at that ti mora than ano fain up tha man llroati company. Tha Tribunal napraoantatlVaa la- borad aarnaatly to mak« thla apeclai • financial success, and wa can say without oflotlam that tha faat waa sc- eompllshed without oxpanaa to any eurtélvel, and th« paopia of On- handled out of Mrs to imont and from Beaumont back home In a mannar perfectly Mtiafac •try to all concerned. Í Tha Tribuno haa accomplished what II eat out to do—moke a auocaaa of What other* eaM would be a Hat fall ■rot and w aro content with Able. Incidentally, tha largeot crbwd of igekjfor the of hairlnf out of hero for that t. and If *e have tha joint concert a financial aa well aa a aoclal aucceea, wo are glad of It fOwge muat load In all thlnga, and the Tribuno haa dono by judlcloua ad- vortlelng and backing ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 23 June 1903

J^'1 fy-1' P. IW&* Mlwmtik ' \V"' • 'v'- ■ , . ■ • ' •' * ' ' *«BW ;¡1 V*| IN THE REIN B MSSOmV amM* ' Broadway N.Y. ^PPP |K .'. :• '9 SRs , ~* *< ■ « r A .:':"J..I ■■' ' |5pf $ $ ft w.a .i■•■ ■<■/ W* i mmmm ■ ■] .pjwpv #*w v4' S ;^:;;3 ;' " ■ ■ >m'3|)í ;:":tifv :v'>' if ''" fí->' V1"^', .:r''. 'WiSpfe-: 'Í;" 'íiv;j'r 'í.ív : ^^UsíSl^T, lO YOU KNOW WHY some men prosper whilst die others are driven backward; that some men obtain unprecedented prosperity and others sink into obscurity ? It all hinges upon the pernicious, fatal and infernal credit system. The remedy is as plain as the light of day—boil down into bullion, which gathers these immense accumulations, «# '«# «# «# «# ===== WHICH MEANS LIVE AND LET LIVE * pa ■-( Í|íí -n1 ' „ i% 1 sas ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ Completes! Stock and Swellest Designs in Town. l._ ■ $10.00, ,$9.50, $8.85, $7.90, $7.65, $7¿00, $6.98, $6.65, $6.45, $6.00, $5.85, $5.00, $4.90, $4.85, $2;50, $1.95, $1.75, and down to Ji Big Stock In 40 yarda and ove...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 24 June 1903

lit I MuanaMu rfl .it?., la IE 2 Mm\.www\ ■ MP; P®S Tike Daily Tribuna will llvorad to your Horn* or ¡ of bualneaa tlx days m wook for 59 canta a MEMBER Of THE A880CIATED PRESS. ORANGE. TEXAS. WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, JUNE 24, 1903. NUMBER 77 rigwfl . THE rATHEft OF AMERICAN FINANCE. and the first Secretary of the treasury, organised the finan- cial system of theU. 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. ar* Iomt and assortments are better on all nmmer goods, such m let Crssa Frsecers. Isfrigsrslsrs, let Picks, Ies Tsofs, Water Coolers, Oil Cook Stoves, Scrssa Wire Goods. Hose Keels, Osrdsn Hsso, Etc. foa «in find in any other piece. > «rill eat no figure on certain of summer goods, they nraet A Most Complete Line of BUILDERS' HARDWARE Estimstss Furnished M ell Special BUI« frwptljr. SEE tb« kute...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 24 June 1903

: 'J = mgM A. L. Fowl, Secretary. at the Postoffice at Orange, Texas, m Second- '■■f¡ Class Malt Matter. —S=: -.Vi Subscription Rate : #6 00 Three Months $1 50 8 00 One Month B0 Advertising Rate* oh Application. • Afternoon at 4:30 O'clock, Sundays Excepted. ORANGE, TEXAS, JUNE 24. 1903. BILL ARP'S OLD AGE. jtóvThe papers lately have contained a deal about the decline of "Bill Arp," the famous Georgian. . Smith has passed his three score and ten years I is rapidly nearing his fourth score year, and it P'l be unnatural for him 10 retain all his mental physical virility longer, but he still writes good «sttcrs and the writer is one of thousands of busy peo- Ie who are still glad to read them, and who always viH take a keenñnterest in whatever the dear old man loes and says. The South loves Bill Arp. He has done as much or than any one man to preserve its sacred tradi- tions, and to hand them dpwn to us unsullied, and he turned many a poisoned shaft aside which was iously aimed at the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 24 June 1903

director ot the I the following let- Joseph Wheeler, vlg- denying the story that vu >re at d the outrageous llM telegraphed out of Atlante his reception and treat- tha reunion: land, Oblo, June 13, 1003. latees Dinkins: "My Daar Friend—I have been Jour- and your favor addressed to Ala., haa been very slow in ig me. You say: 'It is claim <d you (1) loft Now Orleans on the the 22nd because my feel- hurt.' I aaaure you, my dear id, that there ta no ground what- for thkl statement. During the .. _„ ■ Jfe> M I (Wheeler) was treated with discour- tesy and waa rebuked by a Confeder- ate general who aaked him (Wheeler) 'What do you think Generals Lee and Jackson would say to you appearing in that uniform at a Confederate reun- ion?' that therefore, he wore the unl form to show the veterana that sec- tionalism was Indeed over.' "Bach one of these statements is absolutely false. I did not have a ves tige of any kind of uniform at New Orleans. Like nearly all army officers I have neve...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 24 June 1903

"nrrnmiiiTr"iiinninf""i"r¡t^tiniiTirnrnifnilr rw i mwrfrr rn WlllillUliHlllii iB ■ -nsmtut WMmtem 11'" " .fvH.V. ,;■■ ¡ «5 •VéÉkm* - " ' " ' -''•- ' - '■ la. "'• ét\ A Broadway N.Y. MM D° YOU KNOW WHY some men prosper whilst the others are driven backward; that some men obtain unprecedented prosperity and others sink into obscurity ? It all hinges upon the pernicious, fatal and infernal credit System. The remedy is as plain as the light of day—boil down into bullion, which gathers these immense accumulations, ** •*<*<*«* - WHICH MEANS LIVE AND LET LIVE ============ Wen's .. Clothing.. Completes! Stock and Sweliest Designs in Town. $10.00, $9.50, $8.35, $7.90, $7.85, $7.00, $6.98, $«.65, $6.45, $6.00, $5.85, $5.00, $4.90, $4.85, $2.50, $1.95, $1.75, and down to $1.25 Watting Jt Big Stock In 40 yards and over 22c and 12c tw ysrd A Pad Locks, 24c .. 12c I Butcher Saws .. . .9Sc Food Choppers.. .02c Saw. Sets 64c Stretching Seam Drawers. The lowest price now ' ' : i i' . ' r-r- n ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 25 June 1903

; ' ' # ' IP^'.''.jK'V'- •' ' 'At-'.',:-'. ■ ■ ..-1: T :;>. ' ■<■'...■ '.; " ■■. i.'WS 1 |.,W ' """" " SBB;; 5 &: ;.,•■/ '"-J; IllBÉi &ÍÍ.WS ' I "i BPTOS™p.wC<TO^' -^awse _____ liKi Í! Ü ^ ^ ¿i? *_ ■ • ' ' • ■ M > fi hñt^JM± 'M? ':"':j mm mwm n The ly Tribu*te llvered to yotir horn* er of butkieaa altt dmys m the week ter SO cento a MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. ORANGE, TEXAS. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. JUNE 25. 1903. NUMBER 78 rt:'%'i'-.'' 3ÍPV5" PBSSi-i;'. at:?, ■• bKW M" THE rATHEK OF AMERICAN FINANCE. 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. Street Car Operated Under Military Escort at Richmond are lower ^nd assortments are better on all «taúnar good*, neb aa lee Crssm Freezers, Ksiriftrsisrs, l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 25 June 1903

ti • It,'. ' ,"?í" UflEPsfcnaáA ■ viu «forvwvj* Postoffice at Orange. Texas, as Second- Class Mall Hatter. =S5 Subscription Rates: Toar 96 00 Three Months ...... 8 00 One Month .... Advertising Rates on Application. .11 50 . 60 Afternoon at 4:30 O'clock, Sundays Excepted. ORANGE, TEXAS, JUNE 25, 1903. lili! WJLDCATTING FOR OIL. •* Wildcatting for oil requires money and courage combined with faith in the future little short of sub- lime. That oil in paying quantities lies undeveloped beneath the surface of Orange county is merely con- jecture. Indications generally are good, but in this "Onetimes all signs fail except the actual gushing of jCL Considerable importance is properly attached to fee circumstance that Orange county lies in the very «nte: of proven territory, oil having been found in laying quantities on both sides of us. There are men Jho are willing to risk their time and money on de- veloping the field if they can deal with land owners upon anything like reasonable terms...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 25 June 1903

'immfi&k able lo piyttemt ef ' alHeSSO* __ ta- and honda, to be very of ft* Intimate friends 9éé lout sao <* et tkfai por by Mm tor lege) iMtteM né*er vnti« nothing men y srtlctee «ftloh ha* INplf pao brought him of at leeat one In- fca received $140 i tor an Inter- ?¡M he under psfjtllm lor hi* tuition and leave falto plenty Mud tea and lecture*. But •tarted on fall conree his position and tried In to acure another. Ha want to Mr. !, among others, tor aid of his r and Influence After bearing etory and Questioning him otoaely, IfffrStff l an you the money to pay yoar expenses uo til you get another Job. but I ssnnot recom- 1 you tor a government position. Tou do W «otoe from toy 3tate, and I bare amy iofluenoa at all, it ought to be exerted for my own oonstltu- Ttoe young man eooepted the offer, and Mr. Road frept b4a Drotnise faith- ~ ■■ *■ * • ■ ■ "• www • ■* i vtt of Ma flret acta when be be- of tba tenia of m>re- eentnttoree wee to oleer the capítol of brto*4 «M dbopa ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 25 June 1903

m$¡m Wbmm fül ®BB mm N. Y. WmrnmriA ÜJás ifSRB «¡P IN THE REIN BUILDING. S;® km¥ ^ H I m wmrr^m f V'$*W* lv¥vfe#1 ,'• Sifc . Y\0 YOU KNOW WHY some men prosper whilst the others are driven backward; that some men obtain unprecedented prosperity and others sink into obscurity ? It all hinges upon the pernicious, fatal and infernal credit system. The remedy is as plain as the light of • *V- '••■ ■ '«■ day—boil down into bullion, which gathers these immense accumulations, -* * <* '«# = wjiich means live and let live — •saw- ♦ ♦ sm Clothing.. Complete ! Stock and Swellest Besitos la Town. $10.00, $9.50, $8.35, $7.90, $7.65, $7.00, $6.98, $6.65, $6.45, $6.00, $5.85, $5.00, $4.90, $4.85, $2.50, $1.95, $1.75, and down to Jl Big Stock In 40 yards and over 22c and 12c >er Pad Locks, 24c . Butcher Saws ... Pood Choppers.. Saw 8ets Stretching Seam Drawers. The lowest price now . 4$€ UNBEIWEAK. About 250 dozen men's Underwear to go while they last at 78c, 48c, 47c, 86c, 25c, and down to He...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 26 June 1903

ilf&re* í; ■ Sailg r*0 /y Tribuno wtn be IIvend to your horn* or flato of toiBlnoMM $lx doy m tho J wee* Air SO com* o moot*. MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED MESS. ~k rr{ 1 * ,&Uh ^ ^ ORANGE. TEXAS, FRIDAY AFTERNOON. JUNE 26. 1903. NUMBER 79 iff. > yffl Arrivals A l! Stiff A ' '• J* Tor tht To be "In Society" you must have "a good front," and you get the necessary materials therefor from GRAVES, BLAND ¿COMPANY For The Ladies The items quoted below are new arri- vals— just iu—and the latest creations; this three days sale they are quoted at Old Stock Prices. — JTT TY-n Sandals In (lie Newest Heels and Tees. 2-strap patent vamp Sandals..... SI 50 2-strap Kid Sandals at 1 50 New cross-strap patent Sandals at 2 00 New 4 strap patent Sandals at... 2 00 New dull'top pat. vamp Sandals . 3 00 New &strap beaded Sandals at... 2 50 New crocs-strap beaded Sandals.. 8 50 New cross strap*beaded Sandals.. 4 00 New silver-beaded Sandals 5 00 Ladies' Vests. ' Sleeveless, cool, comfortable an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 26 June 1903

•«IN LITHOGRAPH INC CO., PuatWNKftS. M. Rein, President. A. L. Ford, Secretary. at the Postoffice at Orange, Texas, as Second- Class Mall Matter. > Subscription Ratea: One Year 96 00 Three Months Six Months 8 00 One Month ... Advertising Rates on Application *1 50 .. 50 Every Afternoon at 4:30 O'clock, Sundays Excepted. ORANGE, TEXAS, JUNE 26, I903. =P ELECTING SENATORS. If |he popular agitation, so long continued, for the election of United States senato-s by direct vote of the -people, is ever to yield any practical results it must be soon. If we understand it correctly, this is supposed to fv a government of, for atid by the people, and the United States senate is notoriously the creature of the Corporations. All legislators can not be purchaséd, kit all legislatures can. This statement sounds very Iroad, but the facts bear us out.v It is not as much as to say that every man has his fice. We do not believe that, but it is simply assert- ing, with deep regret, it is true, that ...

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

fáM&MM iiísBB; Hs mm m HL - fc Wp e Woodmen (o brote the M The Woodmen of Orange, Port Arthur, Beau- mont, Spindle Top end Nedertand V Bat. Knee, and prise*. of NaaMt M«q(jftik||¿~-A BmwiI Jslly M Tl « LAWRENCE wlft "rob .a .special exoar- Arthur and retara. fjeavas Orange at 7:00 a. m ; Arthur at 8 p. ui. Fore. Round Trip. $1.00. Children Hall Price. KXCUISIOK KATES Olí ALL KAILtOADS. Entry My Invited. # • Cam* and Bring The Children IftOoelot laarfa a ■ramw «ion j THE Pi Pi Pi Pi Pi Pi Pi Pi Pi Urn ¡structlve Wind and Rain Storms in North Texas "terrell, Texa*. June IS —The hear lest rain and wind atora that baa been In Oila county for many visitad this sect ton laat night damage baa been done to cropa property of all kind# Many war* blown ott their founda- aod aerara! were demolished, iy a few penosa vara Injured. Tb<- atorm cane from the north and this city at 11:25 p.m. The Í fail la torrent* and the wind blew Shade treea were blown down bund reda Small outbuildings, nce...

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

BHBwu-1 : ■ W K áSM ^-' • ^v1, RBI.. ní MI.; lii.^iiif-^^BM ■M%: 54 SP? ffi* í$$■H'^' '$$£•'&'• Broadway N. Y. "' "I, ■ ::: 75 IN THE REIN BUILDING. ' ;'!. ! ;'.,'^v- -Y' r^w/t ;'f. mm—mmmmmmmm ran is ■MMfPi rogm 11®' £ 7 —. jW ., .,.' ' 1 - K': .;• ... ', • T^O YOU KNOW WHY some men prosper whilst the others are driven backward; that some men obtain unprecedented prosperity and others sink into obscurity ? It all hinges upon the pernicious, fatal and infernal credit system. The remedy is as plain as the light of i day—boil down into bullion, which gathers these immense accumulations, .#.#«#«# j# ' WHICH MEANS LIVE AND LET LIVE =— ♦ ♦ Wen's Clothing- Completes! Stock and Sweliest Designs in Town. $10.00, $9.50, $8.85, $7.90, S7.65, $7.00, $8.9$, $6.65, $6.45, $6.00, $5.85, $5.00, $4.90, $4.85, $2.50, $1.95, $1 .75, and down to Watting Jl Big S tock In 40 yards and over 22c and 12c Wf ya*d ~ -M*""' Pad Locks, 24c .. 12c Batcher Saws 95c Food Choppers.. 92c Saw Sets €4c Tbe lowest...

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

lili ORANGE. MSÍBI RECKLESS rate selling R M0$UMñT 'íítN^ TUE8PAY we will place on sale an assortment of and fancy Silks that would make a creditable showing in a much rgtr city. We didn't pike light on silk purchases this spring; we had very good reasons for the plunging we indulged in. Firstly, the vast ma- jority of these Silks and Satins were bought just prior to the advance in prices; secondly, a matter of 5 to 15 per cent discount off regular values of desirable i fashionable fancies lured us into buying heavily. Í $ $ $ I Now we offer the entire gathering at 1-4 to 1-3 off regular prices 1 Every yard of these materials is positively guaranteed to be the unquestionable quality we represent it. There are no job lots to lead you astray. $ & # # m Here Are (he Interesting figures: 19-inch white corded Wash ailk; splendid 50c values; for Monday and Tuesday, per 29c China and Jap Silks, varying in widths I of 24 inches tQjKTJnches; colors white, -'nk, light blue, tan, rose, sca...

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

í •• HlwS' " . wm Virginia. I>r. H. L. Seas trunk, of thU l«lty, and Wit EHonore Keenan, oí HobUii* ton, West Virginia, *11 be married in ««• latter olty on the thirtieth oí «Uta month. • . ' ! -|a!ll!| It la to be a very elaborate sweat pea wearing followed by a large re- ception at the home of the bride. There will be several u^era, six bridesmaids, maid of honor, two Ift- tie flov.-'r girls and two pages. Br. D. R. Seastrunk, the groom's brother, will be beet man, and a Uls- ter of the bride will act as. maid of •honor. The bride will be given away by her brother. Mr. Jack Hlgman, of Orange, will be one of Che groomsmen. Dra. H. E. and D. R. Seastrunk and Jack Hlgtnuan left Thursday for Hunt- ington. Dr. and Mrs. H. E. Seas trunk will be at home <in Orange with Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Seaetrunk, corner Oreen avenue and Tenth street after the fifth of JUly.. ' ¡ The bride was for quite awhile sten- ographer for Mt. J. W. Link and term- ed some strong friends while here who Will w...

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

I w fí'■<'(" "' 'Ir éé$ IR W:W¿ i; ft 't? .Vi?V SJítef JpilIP i want but «ff want &M ms The (wbrf *i n«5 town af J?J0 fr <?iom Dry Ooods C«. I ^ a '' V'i ' «t 4,H;s'. M li is thé Lucky One? . At eight o'clock *his morning we «elcctcd at random a cáih sales slip from the week's sales Thta Check la Pasted Face Up In One of Oar Shew Caaes. It bears the salesman1! Number, Number of Check, Date of Check ana* Memorandum erf Goods Sold. 4 A mmm és¡±áá^ J. K. TILT'S S3.50 SHOE If You Hold Duplicate of This Check If a LADY, It a GENTLEMAN, a Fair of Plngree'a 93.50 Shoes a Pair of J. E. Tilt's $3.50 Shoes Bring your check* of all cash purchasers you have made at our store since June 20th, and see if you arc the Lucky Holder of the Right Check. Somebody has this check. Is it you? The only way to find out is to come to Company. NOTE—Every Saturday we will give away one of these presents, and the win- ; ner'i name will bé published the following week. .¡¿fifes.-¿j'. Willi Ü Wé !C Kill...

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

. •• Mm :Sá^>*ÁÍ III .<flf ===== ■:Í, «¡K ••( AH of which The question of the be opened?" Wm mmm tP, !;'I Subscription Rate : «6 00 Three Mouths Months 3 00 One Month ... Advertising Rates on Application. star Issued Every Afternoon at 4:30 O'clock, SundayaJcxcepted. ORANGE, TEXAS, JUNE 27, 1903. jffit <&■ TROUBLES OF THE GREAT. The great ones of earth are having troubles in car lots. Brother, jubomir Schiokovics, editor of the Bel- grade Odjek, tried to tell about some of the difficulties of his new boss and was informed by telephone that if >*e had any special desire to co.ninue wearing his bead s would have to keep his face closed. Now mum's the /ord with Jub. Yes, we are all having ov.r little troubles, and the lake editor of the Nacogdoches Sentinel :s not vet vjcpended. Emperor Will has got into such a habit of dodging imaginary bombs that he is threatened with St Vitus' dance. He is confident ih.lt an Italian anarchist with a knife as long as the road to Echo ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 27 June 1903

■ ■ -s "Hi o mer Slippers KEN LOT AND LAST PAIRS. A ERAL CLEAN-UP OF THE ^«OLE , SHOE DEPARTMENT. DIVIDED VE BIO LOTS! LOT ONE. Infanta* Soft Bolt Shoe In several colors. SlZee 0 to 4. Regular 60 cent Mil- ir . SURPLUS SALE PRICE LOT TWO. Chlldren'a Slipper I aim 1 to . Rao* ular 80o, Tic and 11.00 kind ; MC pah" LOT THREE. 12.00 aorta. Par pair 11 _ __ I1")! * m m 4 • m ,,jk M m t tm.MMMMMMjK.mjll. KMMMMMJ Children's Low She In aláaa 8 /z to 10. Atao f w paira amo altee In Ladiee' Low Shoaa.. The tlAO, $1.50 and 50C LOT POUR Largo variety of etyleo In Chlldren'a and Mlaaea* Slipper ; elsae I «o I Elaoka and Bluee. Alao a few paira Ladle ' Slip- per in amall altea. Regular BUB, SIM and 12.00 callera; prlea par pair . — LOT PIVE. Ladlaa' Low Shoaa In the nice gradea, but email izee—2'/ to 4. Regular S2.00 to S&80 qualities, par pair. $1.45 Men's Linen Collars 9S Dotan Men'a Pure Linen Coliar , in broken aiaaa and meetly old etyles. The regular 2 for 2ft eent quality, Surplua Stoc...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 27 June 1903

and Personal. ®i S. M. Depew to quite ill at his near the western terminas of P*rlc ■avenue. Mrs. Frances Sterling of Lone Pine, 1a., Is lying very 111 at tha home of |l bee friend, Mm. John Robinson, No. Water street. Orange chapter No. 78, Boyal Arab Masons, will bold a meeting tonight at Maaonlc ball, at which time a clans of candidates wiH have conferred upon them the Royal Arab degree. If you are Interested In «he work come out and attend this meeting. Mrs. Walter a. Meellng, wife of the vice president of the J. A. Bel Lum- ber company of Lake Charlee, to In ■ the city visiting her cousin, Mrs. H. J. Ortmeyer. Miss May Belle Hartman of Bryan Is expected in the city tonight on a visit to her cousin, Mrs. H. J. Ort- meyer. Toon Bobm, advertising manager for the White House, a big Beaumont mer- chamtile establishment, spent several * hours in Orange today and paid a plea- sant visit to the office of the Rein Lttho company and tbe sanctum of the Afternoon Tribune. Messrs. W. 8. Gra...

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