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

í vi ■MM| I "msmtiM w'.áttSI wWst^w^ '"* .i ..-_ .... . I& KR ' |jf ? V ¿i ¿ . 1 '¡ Jfc. --¿ü ■."' gttrr. now a ¡nuigí >one l vlnK a eomm 30 and Intended r atoll day >ll«*a: of bread, one of beef, and one- II ¡JE cwwd. H^m| tan wow, Mild a high official recently, "and dener- are decidedly on the decrease. la entirely doe to the tejprove- In the iubalatenc© department, navy department by It last ao added to Jackie'a rat lona meal actually haa a preaent i of 30 contH. By tboee addition* nary department expeota to build a lot of aeafHof men at «tardy aa. Mwwnon. The men Mf ittU al- to commute a fourth of tha a pleating variety capable of the heaHb and well being in «ay cltonate. \ Jacklc la now wholly aubalatfeil al and no «©ntrl am allowed out of the men' eren on ht*h day and boll ■MpipHia ;t«key. freak meata are bough* approprla much of the «org «alargad aide llat and a on the ahtp'a atock of pare- and the tike, for Jackie. * i only a chHd of larfei I. generally form* a r r...

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

MP as = = 4 6 toMuM 1869. irst of ©range, 3"««a . YOUR BUSINESS IS SOLICITED. Wt Slrt * t* fci ClMIM. l>TWMt CmN mm h Ut«*l u CWMIMI win Atatfcrt' •ZS THE Baa change band . I have parchüHeü the buslneu from Chrl* Bennoa and will continue It at the aame stand, 18S FIFTH STREET i K#¿': The Finest Wines. Liqnsrs end Choice Cifsrs. ,r| . % ¿ l>'" ' Í ' The Trade of my friends la respect- f uUy solicited by L. D. WRIST, PROPRIETOR. J7 Local and Personal. Mrs. Warren Wlndhani returned last night from Beaumont accompan- ied by Misses Lula and Ada Sheffield, who will be her guests for a couple of days. \ Jys-to-augfl 44 WHEN I CAN READ MY TITLE CLEAR" is the burden of ever}' land- owner's song in these stirring times of quick changes in ownership. Your Only Absolutely Sare Plan is to discover the irregulari- ties in your title by having us prepare ABSTRACTS OF TITLE This can be done now before the coming rush of outside capital, and such work should be looked after only by an expert. ...

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

Ml mm wm mm HH The Dally Trtbono will llvorod to your hom* or / of bynhtet $lx éoy Mr week for SO coot m MEMBER OP THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. pi >'{*;• 1 53KS ° RANGE, TEXAS. SATURDAY AFTERNOON. JULY 11. 1903. NUMBER =?■ : m IPTING OFFERINGS VERY DEPARTMENT in our itorejis btimful of tempting offerings for this lively Clearance Sale. In piping the profits in order that the low prices will be ever so tempting, we had but one idea in view; this was to redute our immense stock at any sacrifice ! The result will be that pru- dent shoppers will hastily wend their way to this bargain feast, an# reap savings, the like of which are seldom experienced. These quotations are just a hint:) '■41 I m ? ■ I sm S !|v p fm i m i STAPLE GOODS WHOLESALE PRICES. Despite the upward tendency of the cotton market and cotton Roods in general, we offer for this Clearance Sale standard staple goods far cheaper than regularly bought anywhere. We are heavily stocked on these items we I quote, and there is little...

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

_ NttMMMMjMMMHBMBMMUMWHMMMMBMni «ra s? CONDUCTED BY MM. W C. K¿STERLING. > 4TV tiljhsa ifc. Timely Topics ftli Communication* Intended taMhle 4 - BKirsa'WWtnSttS g«"< n I the ciirídi ¡MU. abouM reach —' tki 4Mk not later then írUa noon. mtsmk J, íá A Beautiful Musicale. No moro beautiful m te*/- ¡ on tfe* table. DeHcioufl pink Neapoli- entertainment tan freain and cuke were served. Has been pirn, in Orange in a Ions' _Mla« Julia Mow, the young ¡lady In time than the musical Thursday even- ing In the palatial home of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Stark, given In honor of that talented young vocalist, Miss Julia Mo^b. .. This home is one of the grandest in *he South, and Mr. and Mrs. Stark are ideal entertainers. On entering the gates many hued Japanese lanterns among the trees lighted the guests to the veranda, where tiny electric lights and Japan- ese lanterns cast soft lights. Entering the hall one was forced to «lop and admire the beautiful decora- * tione here, which were of crimson r...

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

bridal * beautl- _ if march. Thomas JDarby Covington, Ken- rna the brideamalda. M J. | PW* ■ mH MHR entered wltt the best nun. hie tM*rthar, the naide. Mise Jeaale Welle, flor Dixie Juatlce end Marie were four lovely and faaclnat- young women. Their aowaa were atollar In etyle. White Parle mualln, trimmed with Valencleanea lace. end *. ^vfVnd eMulajta chiton eaehae were Ale- ve feature . Mlee Norms Ktn n an, (he Mafctlfttl alaiar of the bride, wae the maid of honor, and wai «own- Éílfc ad In th« eame effective atyle, "The bridal pathway war atrewn with flower hy pretty ltU| Marine Murrey and Muter Gregory Crawford. -The brida entered with htr broth- er. Mr. Santord eenan. The bride, a beautiful blond*, w*e a pie tare of foraltaaaa, gowned In white allk over taffeta, and bandeóme ap- pilque oh the oonace. The exquisite tulle veil wae fbetenad by a diamond aad pearl brooch, the gift of the The ehower boquat of bridal lltUee of Ih* van# made a brida whoee charm wae en- —. by thla refin...

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

S=3= at Orange, Texas, CI* Mail Mutter. " WS&m ' ^ « (latos: t '§:j® v Three Months is . .... 3 00 One Month ... Advertising Rates on Application BaassE^sasafc .1 ^TJirgasfcg; .$6 00 . 3 00 m I yfiim^ít^M i ... $1 B0 .... 80 iflpfc' iji maxia&í Afternoon at 4:30 O'clock. Sundays Excepted. ORANGE, TEXAS. TUL Y n. 1903. ' — — HURT IN A BARGAIN RUSH. _ mm Williamsport (Pa.) Sun. a reputable newspaper * ' publishes only facts and does not "fake" news tones for advertising purposes, recently contained following in its local columns: ' "The fire sale at Loder's store, in Market square, today and was a veritable bargain rush. Two before the sale there was a large crowd in front the store, covering the sidewalk and" part of the As usual there was a certain amount of push- ■ and jostling, and one young lady was jammed up the window so tight that she fainted. Sh^ was 1 into a private room at 12 Market spuare and soon recovered." m The current issue of the "Ad-Writer," the widely rcula...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 11 July 1903

mm / 1' W 'mmm i ■■■mmm. „ mmm ■ kyfA ,« 1 agfiBa •■ ' ^ -iV ■$:mm . . . '!,..;... "! ami fel s i $ :-':-U to attend this sale of Muslin Underwear. Consider the goods and convince yourself of the values we offer. I notice the Excellent finish and varied styles.* Call . Six big lots! Every one a Bargain! ^ ^ o <J o I m «W&3. p I I le on from July 13th to 18th :y'A; m = in V. • g it lo CnMb. Doa'l tract llMM cat*. 1 We have just received the latest shapes in [QMPSON'S llÉlltl GLOVE-FITTING CORSETS We call your special attention to No. 1904, an adjustable bust-former and Corset com- bined. This corset must be worn to be appreciated. $ á> $ $ $ No. 114 Militant tGlove^Fitting Habit Hip, Especially made for Slender Figures. ess, in Large Sizes oily, made especially lor Stout Figures. I mm. wmm! as ■v;iÉ3s íáíSS mpress Josephine, a beautifully shaped girdle. Once yea wear a Thompson yon will always want them. We have the exclusive agency tor all the late shapes In these Corsets....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 11 July 1903

= We flTe «special care to our Repair De- partment-remount diamond* and other precious • tones with skillful exactness Ail our repair work Is at lowest possible coat consisted with excellent workman the Pabct Jtwtlrf Store m LUCAS Liak Ba ildia T ■Í&&' Has changed tunda, purchased the bu«M>< Chris Beaton and will < it at thesaipe 1 ISS FIFTH STREET The Finest Wines, Xiquers end Choice Cigars. . ''r ),i-' ••'..v p'< The Trade of my friends is respect- fully solicited by L. D. WRIST, PROPRIETOR. MgssEmm "•;v, Wt W W IHEHsi sfc strangling 0t It * toe tandeos * novel, but just now we are too to become a novelist, «ad we put It on where It will do the moat food. The doctor bad been out to dt* of - made# when the clothe* to be nil ready nod the go-cart landed in the woodshed. He landed in *^£dv*ia tired n bit now and than aa n d?*5 "lyly °n Then Into "God's beloved sleep" n dream. The doctor .was ^ he landed In f town In an unknown tory. Aa he walked along the the peop...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 11 July 1903

Ella j* i - • 'ft < I"; I 1: ;1;:1 4. .«Ihj It WmMá Ü* ;ki %m a J ¡ft > m ■ ...At. ;Cost*g\_ i w Imw Ml In Id* Onm Inn- mlt lotail coat. BP I'MM • - • LOWEST MICES )■ tt **J n|n« (or vour .•itt^nRVMN' pwl SVHH finest anéortmi ¡1 HIGH of nil kinds to tbecity. Cham] tool*, Blacksm anc flow | vestem er«, th b(lH TOOLS Dm quality rwlf I find Yon will and get onr J. 0 BMté, 4jb*I CMMbf v. nr. uno immmmmrnrnrnm 669. at j tauona of #iüi>ifct 5"«xas. roiwf business is solicited 6MM «•*«•■ «* M MM Chron a Uvély dar board «He monitor Wyoming, war. nhip left la tit* barl " Z—IM ÜL tit. I I In * p^gramm# of aporta waa Interesting ' only to th. members of the crew not peraonallr engaged, but to many in- vtted guests, wljo went ont to tie in tbe ateam launches. After o o'clock the general public was e on bdard and many person, enjoyed the boapitaHty of Captain Cottman and the other offl- Mstl Ml feyi Store MW JOE LUCAS. Dr.E.S.Easton ORANOS, TEXAS. Offlee aver Oat. City Drag Mere. Hour.:...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 11 July 1903

' ¡v ■ HMhm Ir i mf, W'P i¡Í8 | ■ \Jti M* . Rfei?.w _ {; Truth is stranger than fiction. What little things chanj " « • :: that will never, never die K: M , H 111111101 Shp®^' 1&ím « ' i pÉsJ¡¡ la® 2WEi5ÍK"!: < ■. Men's Black Clay Worsted Suits. Regular $12.50 value for only $7.50 Regular 10.00 value for only 5.00 Regular 5.00 value tor only 2.50 Men's blue serge all wool only 4.45 Men crash suits, 1.95, 1.75, down to 1.25 Men's apron overalls, union made, 72c down to 47 Men's nine-ounce white denim overalls 44 Boys' Norfolk Suits, All wool, finely made, for 11 yj . $8.75 down to 1.85 dsi Rubber Collars tor ,19c 4-Ply Linen Collars, 8c, 2 for 15c Borated Talcum Powder, box, Sc. T&ngle Foot, 25 double sheets, ..... 4SC School Crayons, ass'd colorsf box 4c TOOth Brushes9 Bamboo pattens, pure i '■■■' ' V -1-'•••;t ^ .:■ I M. • "fádKjO&Ar «•' ■;>, 1 $Sk¿s ;♦ Vv«--.v • i ■ .'•*•4';"'.. white bristles, decorated handles, 24c to 5C Aluminum Hair Pinsf one dozen to the car...

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

Ill1; m-jm BBS! SslilK WWm^m i •■■ «¥• üi -X : •■■■ ;' 51- t'L ,■■'■ PáHf 8 ' i " ' Í. **" " "' " r*e Daily Tribune will *• 11 vend to your hom* or of kuaines «te day m tor 90 cent m wRM* Tliillt.iiiMil. fHnl " ' n 'i|i MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. "ArfaS.1.. . .*■ m-L M1-,,! ' ^ «Ronm I * It ra«L Í* - ' s p P. - v. i li-'o;-u/> ■ EB- v/7*"iáá 1 fr/OV-.i3 r&i n. o^< HI -¿,j > «* *• %*%. fct "\ ««MM.* ! m«c ruitpf I seed planted fn (food btsrsÉ/*** ituit," is , t point: Plant 3 dims an#'' dol savings instituí AFTERNOON. JULY 13. 1903. NUMBER 92 «4 by taterert, time of nesd comes garner I «M rich inrt, of littJ. «V ings. ■ Savings wealth of the world. m k «►:#%> *rwm i-wkf frMS> MMmi ■:>** to* ffwr Bash and Doors, Pslntsand Oil* J no. Dere plow goods, McCormick Harvesters, Advance Threshers, the finest assortment of ¿ : ■ jp of alt kinds to Be found in Cbai # I ^ 9íW f ««i i#AI ■■■fi I wui Fifth street be < üi( safi thst ins ■ÜÜ ■nek M thla *u only ki would...

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

at PIobu Mall llaffar WpmSvam> 1 *M w .,J1. S«t One m MflM[ H mmmmmm imMBI How *•v*" •* Every Afternoon at 4:30 O'clock. — ■"■v^ 1 : £■';■■* JÍ1 -; = 13. 903- - fc-.Í®¿¿i ** £* • THE RIFLES. ; mmE HP , Austin dispatches advise that the adjutant generar® department is sending out all the necessary blanks to {perfect the change in the state militia that is neceisary under the hew law and which went into effect On July fc There has been a delay in the printing of these blanks. They Comprise muster-in rolls, physicians' records, oaths of service, bond blanks, letters of instruc- tion to officers, etc* The new law makes a complete change in the per- sonnel of organization, so as to make the state militia «ii^Ltem as closely as possible to the regular army. Itu also means that the militia will be equipped with the Istteet patterns of magazine rifles, carbines and all reg- ular equipments, as in effect outlined some time ago in this paper. The Tribune has kept up pretty closely with mil...

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

I ' —' -w t¿mL ¡WaSI mm* mi Mr. t. m In night trait had H. • "oullud lady •¡mm" ap on evading they put that Ufo «o o# iIMHHMÍÍ 4A a^P w (P^^Pw UMP tetotarta «o «o. Miad Melles í.te-S V v-_ ,tm||,rt wr viruiivu muí PlfTN STREET atem .. D. WRIST, WOM1BTO . laP of every land- quick changes in É$'N#** 'í^-Vr/^hÁ^^V/'.'-V wlutelySare *fi T islfe *-*,,v"i" er toe irregular! • your title by having na done now rash of girl" of Eli* <w«l 4oi|f, |nt wfc— hoatUitloa to break oat ta aamcat Oflloar Frank appeared aad th« crowd thin air. They faded away Ilka thirty cents la aa tea cream parlor oa a hot «ay aad la about two second* the iioeada of revelry hy night* had changed to the rapid patter of feet, aa the innqaaradm pah retreated to- ward the northwe«t part of tha cttr. tntanalacted with aa ooeaatenal rip. «^aJI a* mm —a a —- <1^ ■ ..a «■ll ii fa| aoaae aa nhm inadvertently shovad a nun her tan throes* tha aklrta Which Impeded hla procreas. Ml was working In tha lead and. not being han...

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

í h is stranger tha ■ • trifles awaken : í í tin. :::;, rt :m*'. ÉilÉfeii i) g t; IHB i r; 1111 <- tí'Tf;, |¡ 'TKfliíVftí tfe«« .nafta.MÍ 1;.. 1¡¡';Í sf■'■4-m'>f&sp!fiffl¥¿*é ' "i-i"") AI'SSw rjSMá «* &• v'4¿ • *¿ jflBKyJI Ladles' ■4, :: that will never, never die. Men's Black Clay Worsted Suits. Regular $12.50 value for only $7.50 Regular 10.00 value for only 5.00 Regular 5.00 value tor only 2.50 Men's blue serge all wool only 4.45 Men crash suits, 1.95,1.75, down to 1.25 Men's apron overalls, union . made, 72c down to 47 Men's nine-ounce white denim overalls Boys* Norfolk Suits, All wool, finely made, for $8.75 down to 1.85 m >■< <• * r : a ■ • | - Borated Talcum Powder, box, 5c. ■ rnra* 1 'ff'r * «**.. *7R --íVl -Váí' tT !' S«-1 J is ta'' a í J>- *i.> ,r* mjgfcjt decorum wfes, 24c t, 5c Aluminum Hair Pins, card, at, per card ' . ■; s ■ wv&fai* Collars. , • • «j# . •# •• « • « ÉPurnover íroa4¡ ■ fr v, , -vs.. , «.<««, v.r'-: '! .aj^srrv «í .wtst...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 14 July 1903

MMMMé ilHÉilP 8SM rM |#I Ü mm Ku:-sw-.T:-^>V iyv w'fi <e«< . • • *«w •■■■.■' ffi"©?;'. ' Si V':1 ■:■■ 'JVM4 M MIMIM "Good seed planted In ground bears good fruit,' an old and wise saying. J ' the present point: Plant; or TMB A88O0IAVE0 Pittaa. .fur,- ii i-niii "iiirfT'iiiííiiivitiiriiiíl;tfii-|fii(íii TMa Dally Trtbmaa llvaraé ta yamr at toitom sit mwo* tar SO canta a tn"i I'" lí'ii •' i i'ji"> !• MV i MWÍfV by interest, at time of need comea ¿garser tbe rich fruit of Utile ear* s,. ozw ~ AY AFTBflWW. JVLV 14. MMffS*1'''' ii. "üIííií111 ■tijiiiii.i n; ■ nr«iiiiiiiin NUMBER 9! He Cat Not Long Survive Br Afffttf**** Pfm {. «mm. JnlT 14, MtoUSi—áfíü a. ta. Popo bit d*llrltlm for Uta A tit fa 4 National Bank. SSSK • ' H «V * 11 j #u ¥-W*P 14*—It Is I SftS ■ 14. BalteUa.—lt:M a- «. wm.amift'of ta mr« ooadHion or taeljiipft i^rwd nyiA; aad sisay oar- dtaala sad maAtn of ta* diplomat]* •off* barrted to Oka Vallen*. i I I^h A asMkis í^l jBU^j I Bjf AiaOCIMw XiMI< Ron*, July 1...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 14 July 1903

wmm • mm Texas, ss ' — ■, . .zamm- fiubscrlptlon Hitw' >..$« 00 TbrM Months "*"• * 00 rertlslng RttM on AppltHtloa. One Month ORANGE, TEXAS, JÜLY 14, fgo3. counsel. DO IT NOW. and SI Neál 1, who At in the White case, the womaij raged, but the Neal ting confined in i£. 1 HI again fibftdemned to be appealed, wttl The water hyacinth in the Sabine makes navigation insafe because the floating plants effectually conceal leadheads and similar obstructions; and they foul teamer screws and paddles. The government has a tearner equipped for the purpose of cleaning the trteams of this section, but it will not be sent to the iabine river unless a request goes from Orange. The 'regressive League makes a spasmodic stab at a propo- sition, and that ends it. If Congressman Cooper had worked along that line •he never would have accomplished áll, or even a tenth, iof what he has done for this section. The Tribune knows, and so do you, that the Pro- {gressive League itself would not have been organ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 14 July 1903

iflBBHI wmm ■n «« - Bii W®; ' WW' 8® Wsz %• ¡¡EST'v nw h«m m, oí 2 It Box ti Ifoaumont. ^ WW .' ■•WP111 " "" '^P. i1"""1 u r^. . Itt VlflM STREET •fajrlrloAitirwMct' ' 1 1 Hp 'M f%*ir" I ^ I D. WRIST, h® pf^';v:|p WW: i the bordea of every load of quick owtttr ship. Sate rtmn tTmn > to discover the hrefulari- i your titl« by having a* Blfeiwiíi ?'Í¿| ipi| 'St/ft HÜ ■Éfíial ? •*$> «1 be done FT iff '■ < r> ftMfe wlf* W tíw Ju of the Pbrt Art!i«r New vUMag her mother, several day , left thl> her heme is Port Arthur. llr. K. «chert, watchmaher at W. P. McFarland's, I* Qttite iU With f* 'If Í Md Itfilsjttk Or* sir home for their week'i It to llr. ud Mm. P. B Cttrwr, Br. Mr*. Hwnaaa Roblneom of Been- moat it I the city for • Ift 4w J STpteéi of Kf. Datld Craft Bargains gators. '■• ' "• •tore. !•• *y * '"I ' V -If1''' 'V**' . 'i * otto «HI*, one of the •¡■fcw* the Oete City leoadry. returned this morning from n two dnyi' rteit to hU Bother, Mrs. II, J. MU* * B*a«i <*t. D...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 14 July 1903

Jm¡mm mw «un SS "m ■'tai "K • •••« 'í SlWiJSit We gire mjmcIeü cart to our Hepelr D« with sklUful mMlnwi All our repair work la at lowest poMlble with «iccllent workman Zbt Palace Jewelry Store JOE LUCAS Uak BelMia lli tltll Report from Port Arthur Report of boainsM transacted at Fort Arthur docks during the month Of June, 1903,, officially reportad toy Collector Beargeant: Vessels Clearing Coastwise— Number. .. IS .. 1 10. p SI X" * a dream of delight and If "sweet tug*" were not whlspsrod under tafiueneo of the "light o' Urna" Uw^árét tine on reeord. The pi waa chaperoned lit Mr. and Mm. C. Mr. and M . II. " of hit I and la building a j ■« A Mlaaee Mn* «rat and Byrd Coc of Beaumont, Mlsees Lllile Bland, nle Sholara, Maud Bland, and Belle Peveto, Messrs. P jr.. W. C. Stewart, Jack Fred McJunken. Dr. X). R. Beastrunk M" ' * ■ I Max Mlller'e Truok Oa Columbus was not the only erer. Neither waa Drake or Max H. Miller, oBoe boy i manager of the Gate City company, ta something «tai tila...

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

-rSjSs •>t. -\: t ¿i ¿r& :ti\--'f?. • •v.*s.vv:v."r i A. ■■', h Kn ¡HwBfej'; ••TlM* : < Éli' OF THfe ÁSSÓCIATB6 PfttSS, TI 11 " Ü '^ The Dully Tribune will I>9 4m Mintdtoymur fimm* or of bmrntuma tlx émy* in week tor 50 cento a m* iW&* W& '•: Br f ■ 1 '* ífcr: > ' . S v -~f ?■" ■' '" """ , JBtT is, ÍW3. ,[ { ! UH < let them your Old gijj if fc^Uiiiai. .«« Wfc • w«.v Ü |Mi v?wmm ■ , HBADQUABTIHS ■r.::. r,"":,:!!', NUMBER 94 'III I ll" II ilif I II I i saulted in for Lfbeí • . ;■ ■ < mmm > carried I *•'. V ;V';- Dere plow tfoods, t Harvesters *nce Tbreehers, the finest assortment of ^ - ' ill ■«It . MÉOLSíÉ' HI OB OBAttE TOOLS of all kind to be found la the city. Qbampton lumb tools, Blacksmiths* tool Caroetaters' tools, 8hit bai^Sers' tools, Machinist tools. £M£¿2*rfbK¡F Ini wmf W WW l ro DO úm quality. 1 ^ |pf.'g|w|g| . ment for the she'.l- tut# rspur'9d up tho book or sn* flit* traaau vr toH: iVhhnfij£|U^yMMBB£||^ o* forrwi. the Wrnaalon of tns s'de...

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

px UBI % w: sfesfr Mí Y,' ¡Peí ng SX=5=t= Tur 3 . \V'' .. .|6 M Three Mouths . I SO One Month .... 90 ▲dvertlaiag Bita nil Application. BMBf a : is C msmk ■ • I «very Afternoon at 4:10 O'clock. Sundaya Excepted. IPl ORANGE, TEXAS, JULY 15, 1903. ■T** «ra, and i weI1 , Vat Verde ttountte*, 23/100 acre , at tract will fc$4rrtffpted from the spring* at T3H Üio, tho' how the water springs can be pot across the -fiills to the Ropa ranch is an engineering problem far beyond the ken of thi writer, who is as familiar with the topography of tract as he is of the walls of his own bedroom. Ño will presume to question Mr. Moore's judgment, ever. Heknows exactly what he is doing. An interest ing fact in connection with the purchase of this land that the abstract «overs 800 typewritten pages. • ¡4' ' ili'' m ¥ U *'■ !"-• Friends of the Press A UNIQUE SOCIETY. Hie Order of the Knights of Temperance is coming m for a great deal of favorable newspaper mention just now in the Eastern States. This soc...

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