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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 27 June 1903

frlously tXCUIlION IATKS Oil W *aaw . •■••• . 'SFW*. favfted. # | CWN riMHw m.; na Hill Mee. Bring the Chairen 'Mi® rW 'mm mmmmmssmse UNANgWKRKO. tut muat to It that the weakest baok muat feet that gre sursst ud ttmefl bad* that ta «ralght at and , sirougef^ ffci&r.'W thest path to #0. ^burden to know? si * ' . iWl 'SUÍ'. lift '<tY ¿K; i íí:'f W that the brightest eyes ir the ones soon din with toara? ; «tal the lightest heart muat acta and ache for yearn? eyés that ar* hardest and ooldaat shad nam a bitter tear. heart that la amalleat and meanest haa nevar an Mho to toar? SmB. •' :®", '\.:1 ' M -< • ¡M:\ '"\r'- 1 'i',v .■ thoaa who «ra aaddaat have a) way a the say eat laugh? those who need not. hate always the biggest half? who have nevar a sorrow have seldom a smile to give, who need Just a Hule «nu t atuve and striiggl* to live? that tha nobleet thoughts «ra the onea that are never expraaaad? It that tha grandest deed* are tha ones that ato never contoaaed? oughts, tha...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 27 June 1903

n wmmak ''■■kf' í\f ■ maps, WBi Hlt3i k;.:* •:•'!■ '. V !. 1 tmip# II II > *nH'^ 'J &'• ;í-mftéjMkjtL%'¡ _ $ fflmism ive this month enlisted over Thir ousand different numbers an Is, of which every article is i o, 20 and 50 per cent elsewhere. We continue to send out bundle after bundle and package after ■v..' ■: . ,•' ckage, all on account of the fine value and low prices we continue tp^give. J -im ^ MHH J I SIX FOOT BUGGY WHIP A Ten Cent Whip for 5 Cents. 8 Inch Mill Saw Flies. ood Standard Files, made by the American File Works. Remember the price, 8c. or 2 for tSc. 8 inch Drawing Knives 48c Chisels. Special Job, six Chisels In box, assorted sizes, 1-4 Inch to 1 Inch; per set $1.32 'and Bells, $1.49, 82c, 28c and down to 18c — Furniture Polish and Gleaner. Per Bottle, 24c. A Few of Our 3 Cent Articles. * * « * a « « •«*«• flf • * • • , Best 6-Cord Spool Cotton, per Spool Soap Dishes . .. Best Brass Rlns 2C AitlCleS TMmbfes^"C"S t0r ■0 . h * * * • « • ♦ • ♦ « • • « « # r &l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 29 June 1903

mwmSW k. & ■:n 1 mm Má, I f K;,•' ;V , -1- .■; -j. T; ■'¡" ■ Mklist* ór fMe amociatbd pneae. Tin Dally Trtktmt will I llvfé tm ymmr hmmm mr / of buMliimtB tlx éaym tree* for 80 cmut* • • i iff, , ' i v ■tal TEXAS. S= TM fvwííTsm WWf< THE FATHER br AHEIICAN FINANCE. i first Secretary of the tiWr\ ¡1 Iff ■wsSWV m and the treasury, Organised the finan- cial system of tbe U. S. What he did for the country you can do for yourself, and tbe Orange Natíonal Bank will help yOu by offering every inducement possible for tbe care and safe keeping of your savings and entfrttls at liberal interest. Orange National Bank. aa= Killed at Gordonville man, Texas. June tl.—A trag *dy occurred at Gordonvllle. Grayson county. thl* morning «bout 10 o'clock ta which Dr. Gordon, a ««II known practicing physician, was fatally «hot w l« !a the «treat la coaaaay with > oa the way to church. Hew- cal raí a heavy chars* of «hot la hit right «tde. He ataggerod upon the I of Henry Sanderson. a few yard* h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 29 June 1903

u< A. L. Ford, Secretary. ¡yaga,! , ,'i; M'lia1,!, f ''V "i ■■■■' Postofilee at Orange, Texas, as Second- , Class Mail Matter. ... > 1 .¡if.'" 1.1 I 'tfllwil.1.11. Subscription Ratea: |6 00 Three Months |1 60 8 00 One Month W Advertising Rates on Application. raed ®Tery Afternoon at 4:30 O'clock, Sundays Excepted. ORANGE, TEXAS, JUNE 39, 1903. It AMERICAN PUSH. There is probably no stronger illustration of the in- :nce and jxwer of American push and energy than offered bv the marvelous development of Alaska, goes to prove that a business which may be a failure er one management may be a pronounced success ¡qpder anóther. The following bfief outline from the Orleans Picayune of the condition of affairs to- iy in Alaska will not be found dry reading if one s the idea of statistics out of his head : When in 1S67 Secretary of State Seward ratified the treaty with Russia that made Alaska the property of ie United States, the proposition was met with ridi calesín every hand at the i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 29 June 1903

- . the Woodmen to Obrate the -. * cr , "' i1 HRl :':W' p;.a gSSffi-;! !§8W • i áji '' ..■v. A '# Is i In Win in [ ffiflR mh"' i" k The Woodmen of Orange, Port Arthur>, Beau mont, Spindle Top and Nedertand combine in on« Grand Joint Picnic it Port Arthnf. July 4th. There will be a Bum Ball Game, Sack I Men a Race, a Lean Men a Raed, a Ladies' Race, tag Contest, with imitable and valuable prises. tads el Made, Marry.MaklagA Osatral Jelly Ossd Tim THE STEAMER LAWRFÍÍCK will rtin a special exonr- alon to Port < n|wjp^—' O ra ii | n at 7:00 a m.; leave Port.AnHW^V p. m. " TL % THp.Sl.IO. Children Hill Price. EXCURSION RATES OR ALL RAILROADS. rvery My Invited, # # Com• m d art*§ The Children- Washington, D. 0., As^&ciated Press le thar there Is no truth I the.effect that th 29.- to In the r¡e| is friction i am) t 3ss!ir san ambassador. Count Caseini. Jt is stated that the relations of^ 'resident and the state departme Hi (he Count, officially aid pprsc !y, are 'itost oordfal. &...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 29 June 1903

«I §|8||I| Csf9fW llM n U||f|) gf CMMttMIt wjttl ii ,„ wp§m '■wsspaisafcass nervous system la direct, and 'ton. h thin Indirectly upon the entire organiam. Our «pectcMst will be ■ *, yoar eye8 • at any time |he Palace Jewelry Store to •. mm SSSS SÜ Local snd WwWIWwwWir Burl Byfert at the L. Miller atore force spent Sunday in Beaumont, Hon. W. J. Wlngate, county judge of Orange county, spent Sunday Is Beau- mont. Sam Kaiser of New Orleans to 4p the city, the gueat of his aunt, Mp. L. Miller. Walter Alexander, assistant book- keeper at L. Miller's, spent Sunday in Beaumont on—-business (?). Manager E. L. Reld, of the Orange Rice mills, bas returned from a busi- ness visit to New Orleans. Cates Ford Is in town today looking after the Interests of Swift A Co., for whom be is now on the road. city and there is no good an excellent Quartette Society be organised and profltabl: bare, -A m DEATH OF MISS 1TTA JOHI sh Buys in the Lowest Markets of the World—Credit in the Highest, trading with...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 30 June 1903

uWk- foH HiifiHR'iPEll M < J¡&%: WKHKffi&Mi *' r íi'ohmi'i—inarMi i n n "imiuii'iii iihmti á^|,w.wSlfcaiB k and the twaittry, be ató for the country j do foryourself, and the Orange r■ National Bank will by offering every it [ I {possible lor the care keeping qf your «ai v «\ ti rang ft i $IP^wF: mBh M ipillp, i ii . |H Again in ff| B|| i M'' SsBariBí l\'r 1 ll. «J WmkiWm y «row Dm* mil; on NO. 5, thel which leavee No. I, which leaves at night. FMtmiitw of ft jjfommunlca- Clerk Day. of:' the Hating that be 1, maflwtller ron Jpr a «mt eonrenl- of Orante nod ' Ufa. A. ' i'-' at Orare , pitííaií"v'¿ - '««yP1 fWw'SVv 1 Tv %' « * , •;%!'" if 1 - J Special to The Tribuno. Beaumont, Tema, Juno 80.—W. 0. Whitney, o prominent oontractot, orno not arraigned Is polk court thin morn- ing. When he allpped from the «It- police touched ft M* ■■■■■land «Uncovered n big pistol. Lnter tho aame mu was arretted on the «4reef and ha<l anoih- or (puts). Ho ban boon hartas trou- ble with org...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 30 June 1903

should ■ k¿" |^SS«^4 f>'®PI (¡mtwT^IR naval militia, each of the •' ^** ■ • 1 mmm ~ . i-.'T.Mta, 1 not have succeeded, and e the Tribune wants to rfM |P \ 2- - - ¡ K¿?iSí-!fe -;y *• '. 'It Sfc .31 hmWrn of the hour ■ . r -M'J ':<£& 2JTZJ- _ wm Vc-JsL-.. iany ■liflíÉíiBí^í;? ill "P"' III! ai ' fK> njwir tne new ay published the Barnes' pi lines would i.'. '*K SB:^. -mmkmrn tahiwat, A tot ol pi lines wonl^Hantfd. W ífiHStolwS : V:r¿ '«J Thus they con- ? one, of our luxuries. • ■■■ ;■ ... of any important movement i the name of progress, don't satisfied with discussion. If you decide tltat it t to be doae, Do it nowl '/ ; which rulé, iWt i,i '/.'.Ni iii'n S®'«i' "á8K'i :ws81 to that i one man. Which we don't know Women Progressive League: How about the water in the Sabine? The government promised the diffi «i 'wi iwáw-ri^'s wv*¿ 4 --'fe... k'-''"Si-'.í lL RlSiS She Is paid lAT- . Do it now. . • ■ land if yon will give not take him up ? That *hout,«i miM'Wim gap?¿$tr¿í land...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 30 June 1903

lounce ment. Thdy will Itot b9f íim« « I noon. A flit, oaite* ¿fcál ' HWIfW I w¿'' Bngiandí ^ üm rob- (pur «un .to Mi Hflpttp flti iMHMI maJmnC-.Wm lta|, twlturr of the trees, ¡aro us, swinging (o the bre#se, the first |p|W'g| íor the Vriiftf iiaii di only líÜTtTb'um her if ehe M rf o mi 'fc■' •'. ?*A, (O MjOf • flttt % really fa Mr the Brit moo- oilier kinds of bid. Mr. BO - taik." Then all* b! know what he Maybe be (tare roo caen Mr. ft end Mid w were If 1 didnYbeve any glove ahow you iomotbing foftl nice," end she held oat tbe third ft* ger of her left band. Then «he rnn to 41m etage for the Tes-,-we're encased," aald the **!• Ust at the theatre lent evening. "V didn't want yon to know K; thought I'd slip oat quietly. I haven't toM a aoni. Ho* did you 1m6 * oott^ s; "How long.have we been encaged T Well, now. I couldn't any. But R will be two yean, a year, maybe «richtaen month a before we a married. Tee, that'a tbe ring she's wearing tonight. Now, aay. dont call her a Johnny Ctr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 30 June 1903

"•y ■'tiV: . J.'v-.H;. ••• v 'í^r jjfijfl#1 • •/;' ' '' ^ ™ "'«H" • :'M'¡ ..'«tó.t" I j |p f% K Huta, Fruit* ¡Pancy Oandies, pjandie the celebrated und Swlft't ery, Granite and Right weight an teed. Prompt 120-Bath '' Wsi 1 We will ex- _ . Office ovar Gate City Drug ¡12 WWW I * .. ■ Hour*: 9-11 a. m., mm 4^ _ _ 1f M.,_, . — Aapa OOflla^AWO PwwipI WT5P« : ii to ia a. sr; «to s s. ei. PHONE S3 or WOMBN A «MOIALTY 1 KJ niMmbi *K afan— & "j; [i? ■: «Hv noon's Oriole and bound train In /.il of The • a ♦ a • ••«••••••«•«• H*tcbet%|M* , .>>.'*82,4ow W^Jtr y*V> ■« ..." i I 60 , Values . i.«JV f ; . .'..'J r* ♦ > ♦ '• • • • «< .• ™ > *• 1} inch cutter . .... 1 80 Rem Knob Lock* V _ 'T <..■'«>•• 1 8Í5 Mcmlteyirrenche , 12inch Mrs. C. ▼. Drew. ertf of 4 f" ■ I T>nkÜU 6VQ IWDO ■■■ JM In the dtf on today'* If inch PjH 8S ^ivava^Jt ^vtdVa LlUUCIa f Ulwgi « "• • • i . Ml 1| for > . .. IK... . . • . . ... , 1 St: .. fL , . . «.-V,. f'-o * *«*,,, ri,. -a • f • **! ■...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 1 July 1903

mmj im IPS ■:r*- I '"Zb. ' , The Dally Tribune will to rfe 'llvored to your hom* or place of business six days M the week tor 80 coats a month. i ■ i M • i i i,, - - MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. " - "V'" Mil.*'...' . ! .«.fn. - ■ ■' W — ■ , TEXAS. WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON. JULY 1. 1903. mm If1 ffiralS !j?f and the first . treasury, cial system of he did for the do for yourself, National Bank Will by offering e the ■" „.i''11'1.11 ggg .«V .. ■ >■ mm.-m Wyoming. Jnae J0.-~The la the ta Mia «.''S Ss'3 Wyoming i of m, <oday at It la til* at the Jam ag 14 v ^ «¿-A A *|wi Iwl train tata pm taking doc- tor* mad nurees (ran Bawltas and Lar. to this mine, whtah ta reported to So bonitas MoM at the «tombed minora an to too on Um sixth level. So able lo the fourth level, party of rescuers wno were out of maay wlUdle. ota could SMS «feo ware QPflMP'IVl * a . NUMBER 83 Austin, Texas, June 30,—Ccte¡strol- ler R. M. Love was shot to death In his private office In the capítol bond- ing at 10:20...

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

Three Month K'ine Month Advertising R*ie« on Application. • • • • f-f .. 1 w 50 «si Afternoon at 4:80 O'clock, Sundays Excepted. ■Mai "iwWBV ORANGE, JULY I, 19*03- m ¡atimi Wm :wm¿í WHAT SfiALL WE DOT s ..."i"'■1. (¡CTW¡WWM "The lynchings and burnings go on, and Texas may odd one to the list today. The wife of a wéll known German citizen of New Braunfels was outraged and < § ' ■'J ' ffli >' • WjL l /■ 1 &:'? i ' Mfy ' ■ y murdered by a negro yesterday. The vital, the most intense, problem of this or any Other age confronts the white people of the United States today. Where shall safety be found for our loved ones? Shall each man's house again be made a cwtle with armed guards to keep the worse than wolves' «¡way? Shall God's sweet woods be barred to our Women and children for the future. Must our girls be accompanied by an armed guard when they go for a «troll? Men, these are solemn questions which must have our consideration. Is it better to keep our family in a stockade ...

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

• ■ i- •,■•;•■ vi-,.,.. •.•:,■'.«"•*• •*■•*'•« '"" •' " '.'•■-'■"v.1^ . . ... ■•' ■ 1í ' '' ' • ■■ *, v« "t f V. J '.tSUV 'JV¿i v' i'W i . . ' j'■ >'. # . 'ijlil 1É •— í.-..-, , , . ' e- ■":' • :^, "'' V' ' ■'■' SJ , I ^^%v twii¡éiwfc4NS^. .-'.....uXXl Ja ifiMlt fe &Ü „ . *w« ''¿v,. <• 1 '' 1 , f K, ? «8 , í' ,i! «y* *' ,-, |?|^ai|Wp : .?/* M ■'" OT.-v* ft ®-'-' ' I, vil L„ A„4,4,«S S*ÍM ®«ias , Í7>; ■'$' of the K«n or the of the II ''fejji'i An I) antead Subdivision Civil HÜ An art' to ft*, in tli« "T~rr- '--jr of tilt ' court toOreiU, «Bid to I i conlllottoerewlto. tA «M Braaorta oomUí Tux- ta State ad I of toe oocuj wit ttaa UB" and suburban $*1 cities tad power, «hall light to «41 •íifibt and power to the fttblkJ nnd said uuatcl- V An «At the county elvti ** tOi court tiey for •111 9 ..j y^r-Kf^ ft . upon county « • cItH nod criminal iurladlct Ion tor- marly belonging to the Mid court on the constitution and general Uwi^of "' 00#* law* tlfeMt ' the It* \ «WIW* An a ...

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

- ■ "V,' f! MÍ iií') j ffltijgSBKmX ' >.'JL!.il'!r,"'"!.ll" vjm , $ * b'MÉi . • miwk&i —— i Hour : §41 ÉMNÉ . 5 vmttmm* mmmlm _ — IA. Jewelry Store _ 'r'¿ '-;y"- ? •'''' ;Mj M %mr < f5 i«l Mi8™ MIÉliÉ1^ the amjrftor Motions We will ex- ,f of ;; % party ot <fae higher <fce T. * N. O., O. H. * and other Southern miu aaouer m fll tbeir MQAikftl . >« tion of I; to do m',!: %• nfnfift Ttorv ,•. j..\T trttw of TttZMÍ fcftá 1 1U|n k* . July 4. The panouuü of KPP^ 1 ra inly ,0flr O. V, Hawfl . Ho. * M <L .: f. IMWk HB8W mmmvm BraSsKl * ? ijiy liw 11 ■ ■ iiimiiy - W;. lIlM l ¡ CBH ss *. wm •mn #J ,7JíT§2,:-, I 1 cent „ .. . . ■.■■:■■< ;: 'myr i Wvií£ v¡ Mt odies.................., *■'!; 'Í '*ift ♦, « • •* >¡ji :4g¡[" 'ÍL_jl -^{r,i: • &<A - •£*:::::::::::: '*" - *■ ■ ^* * ** • • • f .f| El* «••••*« «« .O fc£r+* .......... ••«•• 4 . .. ' " :Si|:"BÍl S¿íS ' .....«VM|*"• •••«.«.■• V«T$* ^, i ¡MÉÍ Ü Épf¡| 9f Sy&y ¡*¡SIÉ£ ; i- :^'v

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

WíWFWm ■■ J ' al Ü ' " • ét mi; 0 •m ' ;!Y iJtk ; or at mv u ; "••• uv !/>«•••>•••>•; •rv"* -« —■ i -i —■" View. And the coitumcs will be representative of the pleas- r%— Bargain Day preceding the Glorious Fourth, we've prc- l "- morrow's selling. ^ ^ ^ v. ^ Considerably Below Regular Prices: 8birt Wi tancily *1.45 1 Lot of Ladies' 1 iMH H Stocks in the popular lea of fashionable and i colors; mai for to morrow .. 48c these ike; all 69c; for i,... £«>>.> ■ • 38c Shirt Waists in ect; stock and tie buttons down front w fancy sleeves; marked morrow............ 92. 99 «'Parasols of «ilk and gauie in pon- gee, crimson, blue, white and black; artisti- * w* ~ ' rmervalues $4. &0 and $6.50; iy at ... - ■ 92.95 Ladies' or Misses' Signet Girdle Corset of ribbon bands; Colors white, pink and blue; -uslií;—tomorrow....*.. 44c Ladies >wcl pfMK í thing entirely ne*: than rfay other I .absorbent; Ladies' white Pique Skirt, neatly trimnfed th two rows of embroidery insertio...

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

m wY in Chus. M. Rein, Prsaldent. We quality of heart i iMpppp. upa at Orange, Texas, as Second- Class Mail Matter. Subscription Rates: One Year $6 00 Three Months She Months ...... 8 00 One Month Advertising Rates ofa Application ....*1 60 B0 Issued Every Afternoon at 4:30 O'clock, Sundays Excepted. ORANGE, TEXAS, 2, I903- . THE HOMESEEKER AND THE TRAMP. The tramp is diseased. There are hoboes with whom the habit is so confirmed that it Í6 utterly impossible for them to control their wandering feet, and there is no habit more likely to grow upon a man than that of peregrination. Bohemianism seems to have an inex- pressible irresistible charm for the sociable poor human animal, and when the soles of his feet begin to tickle he must take the roa¿l. May it not be so, also, and is it not so with the family man who begins to move from place to place? Over yonder, he thinks, somewhere else, I shall prosper and be satisfied, but surely not here. Here is this little cross and that '"little...

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

. J. ,■ #iié¡ IV II .1 • iaumonfc is%: ?3®1©§ ppMp / .^KSjfiSí'^^S^Ví " ''^v I '• 'A ' -Aja I $IP J *SI%. **' 11^ WW^PelWa* A. P. Pujo, at Lake Chuto*. i:,. - ',,;■ ■■ ' | .. .' f v • ')■ ,'l '* ''-' ; >'1 . WMitoi Y — TmLn-r -a. IA *vniMtl^1 a aa^y ^PH^oUix^i W* TwrtHJ ; MpíVl/^HA'^í^^v%SRl m u <o( bere toalgbt. ' ■'• ¿■ ' '^'' )ÉBMNít Itoffl* jj^f It the etty tomorrow on an visit «0 her friend, MVm lila yeeteNtoy from a yoall aleñare «Mh yon gone. It fou go yoall alauy* be •f tt SH I.1® Ilute wiwy. bav« a yol and batp tl>« WodaMm of the A 1 - 11 .j, _ . _. ^ A living HI DMimn, vw &MWL tÉMh MJMI Mi VMM IMQmf Mil fWI It he* been called tbe tttle; It ha* been oaHed Pto#reeelYe Orange, and earned the appellation by a building and development boom Of large proportion*; it tea bean «ailed the Oate City, and lia geographical Doiitiofl 6d1M.1m |i fci% tíMKt, ntmt whoD' ever it wtahee to apply It. Now It' K tng «0 be called Apolle Town «ad, as usual the laldei, «re reaponslble...

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

vs?r¡ ni|K<: ■ •. •; itawwi' ;üÉV «ftí % ai' Vw. ' 1' " C tM •V,-,®V;$ > ' <•' m%¿ j BUSINESS IS SOLICITED. ífí vw-'^r^aiiTON^Wsw.' w. winppwi ,, aa/í. mm ra IM —? a_ ;:;;:(::;;A^;vv'^v.;,. v; ,,,. .. i reference to _ claltst will be pleased to s your jtves at any time. •r«fi Dr.E.S.EAS Jf ORANGE, TEXAS. Office ovar Ottoa* Drug Hour*: 8-11 . m.; 14 p.m. PS? Dr. Mrs. A. L. Mitchell ornee: Cor. tenth and main era. noun*: t1 to it a. .: • to • p. m. ww ÍHOHIM \\ p&j v ' *■■■ 'j DISEASES OF WOMEN A SPEOIALTV on We will ex- 5 change any of highi-class (foods in this stock for a mod crate sum of ■'mamey. That FOURTH OF JULY. OfHcltl Program of the Extraíase of the Oty tt Port Arthur. The committee on arrangementa from the W. O. W. 'have formulated the following official program for tho log-rolling and celebration on the Fourth: Grand street parade at 10:80 a. m, in the following order: Marshal of the day, John Alexander. Eagles Band, ft Beaumont. Guard of Honor—Port Arthur Go...

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

¡jgkrtj. .. %*' 1 V > v. "rt:,S:í ^«stotoarag ' si m )tey.¡ip( -£*5 iP^W ,J1__! r. 13® i + 1 11 TkoDmNy Tribune llvorod ta your homm or p of buMltie** tlx émyt m wooh tor 60 cent n MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. ■ ,,U:..,'.g;;i.i¡„ ,-n;,,;.i&,,.ii,^'T TEXAS. FRIDAY AFTERNOON. JULY 3. 1903. un ni i. ni 11 nil iiii'ili'ÉtiiiWÉiÉiÉlfc* I m >h. NUMBER pn H ,, M'w*. ■ ^ I < BEARING FRUIT, '♦Good seed planted in gocd ground bears good fruit," is an old and wise saying. To the present point: Plant your pennies, dimes and dollars in this savings institution, watch the tree grow, nurtur- ed by interest, and when the tlms of need comes garner the rich fruit of little sav- ing . Savings make th-s wealth the world. Th« two autii schooner Qtw, H. PtulMo, mistar, Arthur, turtle about St mitos off the Wednesday atgblV The oap- id «w*r at six remained on Mm . they were to 4bmtU(I( their boat. Tbtj st the UCs saving station st early yesterday s#orn- tag and ere bslss provided for by Ca...

Publication Title: Orange Daily Tribune
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 3 July 1903

. %t Orange, Teaaa, m Hall Matter. r r v'V'M't '* " Í ' :í>m& i: ¿wÉtmlmm > (|) fáÁ^h , ^ fH miW& shall The question of brate ?" you—but don't leave. m iS fllWff J#','. í . .i^íaiÉftttww«!is^s^4C£^is¿«^SBé6 ^66£sSs&4&vv «•'•' mmmm 11 ppwwmi ■ auhacrlntion Ritiü ... $6 00 ; Three Month ,. 8 00 One Month .. • Advertising Hue* on Application. Afternoon at 4:80 O'clock. Sunday* Excepted. ÍGE, TEXAS, j,—, THE FOURTH.. will be the Fourth of July, a circum- which is not so remarkable when we reflect that is the third of the same month. However, to- Independence day, is when we cele-, dead indeed is the bosom which feels no \ throb when the cannons roar or we hear the [ play lilting tunes of love of country. And when floats to the breeze, how it kindles the pa fire somewhere; can't tell exactly where, but it us fed like we want to fight or hug somebody, and we don't care which. There is nothing original to * y on this subject. It has all been said, but it is like of "H...

Publication Title: Orange Daily Tribune
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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