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

!■'^At'ví'í'-i>"-->"'A.'f'''víV'..,^'1 7 ':f.-;V.v' ;• ''.i,' flfflítfí ' ; 'íi .''Aí^VíW^í:KVkV)í \wí^>T/S «í morning at decision o'clock ÉÉÉIÉI i®1 <*> with be has visit. Qot one of those n JMMf.;,u., ' J.a !;ífl Mr. Hocker ratttra «üinv clrculetioo department now W' payable to — Orange Oun eh h will not go to Horn ton toiif, aa vaa stated ii Sat- urday's Tribune, Mayor Bancroft re- Cotfftd ft fmm HottitOQ yGM' teniay asking that the Orange club 4. The Orange shootists will good thae la the Bayou Ctty. Don't forget than. Straw ha ta, oaa- J half the regular prtoe. lT4t THE RABINS. 0 rarer Poole came in ysetorday roa Whites ville, La., wh«f ha ha «M employed tor aoow time, and urrendered to the ooanty official*. He waa indicted shortly after the killing of Marshal Jett (Or murder and the mo was afterwards nolle piroeaed. The last Kisjsd Jury reindicted him & another count and he came hank to make an appearance bond, which he gave yeeterday la the sum of WOO. The ...

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

i. . . :?. %■* .,v.>^/,'K-w-. ,yu,4!:<>v<;;.: v.;;^••;>■ UlM*fr 4h dfcufl ■ OSdUli*.-" • Al tMi.Oál «<*'■■ m, w idita SPiNPP ••A «A -n./ s' jltot '^na«iá *■ SOLICITED. a* HII ■yn teacher for tu mmi section of the ta Orange, but their Intention of Ir next outing. If 1 be furnished with an ample of that hospitality for which Gate Ct£y Mary White of HuntsvHle vacant place White to Institute,- §f¡ ■ Él^BPIÜÉÜ'l , v i. «í-v.>,'■•'*w t.>V- "rt. ...w-í1 -.". >'■ Ui<¡-!■■ "■' -•>• „ • , V . í '• (five especial care to oar Repair De- * ment—remount diamonds and other uh atones with skillful eiictnaw. our repair work is at Mp**stjqMM« cost consistent with excellent workman- ship ' the Palace JMilrp Store itty fw «d. mmpssk Molli K. V Nail. Reanmont. C. p. Hutchinson, Texarkana. A. B. Bates, Kansas 9,fy i. W. OUell. . O. Peagbin, for her JOE LUCAS Llaklal No meeting Last Nltfit. The executive committee of the Progressive League did not hold the repuiar weekly m...

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

PI m m sifpS ill i ^ 111 ■ 4 m' «j awl Ha ill I AH WHO MONEY AWAY will starch In vain for vear hélice. Wisdom ws Save your dollars *o- , r«ap the heaefit a dg- e hence. Tile best advi«e can five yon in a few i ti: Put your saving* n this bank, let them stay there and draw Interest, and have something in your old at* k. f^KHOSHi 99S&WÍ M i Fm 11 klPplM "'■V & ■ ■ JH tHK ASSOCIATED PRESS. £É$ 8pm r e Daily Tribune will bo 4o llvered to yonr htm * or placo of bualneaa at* daya la wook far 80 cmnta a AY AFTERNOON, JULY 16. 1903. NUMBER 95 TEX* . f5 ( K| \ ' ;¡«L¡ "11 W qhBP # v 11 if l gL t'T'«Jk^Wv ízers ese ta lo Cream fmi- yoa st Mil r LOWEST MICES ta Ami wear oC • J. Supply Co. KADQUARTKR8 FOB~ MILL SUPPLIES, Sash and Doors, Paints and Olla, Jno. Dere plow goods, McCormick Harvesters, Advance Threshers, the finest assortment of «( GRADE TOOLS of all kinds (to be found in the city. Champion lumber tools, Blacksmiths' Ca tools, ters' tools, Ship- ifders' tools, Machinists' too...

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

HHKMI , '*.C,fv: ii ■■■ ■■■"-= ..* 00 Ybraa Months .......fl ,.00'Vi"'On Month o'.W territory. Advertising Bites on Application «hrery Afternoon at 4 :80 O'clock, mU¡Sia .. ORANGE, TEXAS, JULY 16, 1,903. "#"' 1 ■ ■ r,*TTií THE PRICE OF SCHOOL BOOKS. "The public schools of Texas will soon again open, to the people generally, and the poor especially, there comes the buying of school books to ride as a bugbear. It is one of the greatest and most vexatious of the burdens which the poor man has to bear, because it comes as what seems to be an extra expense, and be- cause common sense teaches him that there is trickery somewhere of which he is the victim. He knows that he has to buy too many books and that he pays too much for them. He can buy a novel lor 05 cents of exactly the same size binding, quality of paper, print- ing, etc., as the school book he must pay $1.50 for. That is the fact which convinces the father of the fam- ily that he is being robbed. The newspapers are beginning to...

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

KK PT jpW,'íjjí- In ' t$fe|§f i for the W OrlMn* o ÚM A-11 i& , m * akiMUmÍMiMMk J. H. PEJVB5T0 . Bennett, routs «cent for Ole Bxoreas company, with 1 ^ A tÍTrtta i#rtiá aMMit «i ii noaixon, vpvui tefCny in the ettjr on official bneineee. ■til of tifa city, of Iscluou, Te««., V trritrt here tot the ÍSÍÍ"-Í Risier ° mil I leaves |M* evenlu for Mexloo. where he will epend the remainder of the mm W.a.L.«,TCH«u. It TO If A. * SHUCK MIm Ka£ Curtey. one of Lake eweet -(trie, after a pleasant visit la Beauti- ful Orange, A* fueet of Nla* IHHto* •PteiAk DISCOUNT MCI. W W CADIir, w ■10 OfftPUAV •MJM- Ct AND CHILDREN'S UOW QUAR- T1H tHOM NOW TO OK IKN AT L. MILLKR't. A W 1CIAL DISCOUNT Of It PtR CENT FROM MANUFAC TURKI ' PRICE 001 INTO EF- FECT AND HOU DURINO THIS •ALE EES THEM EEFORE BUY- INO. JlWf. Bnmett Beuhler left last alght for Alexandria. La., where he and his ss- sociales wtu begin at once the ereo- ttoa of a large modern sawmill to util- ice the Umber on the big tract of land re...

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

HHggHBHHH . fe K&T IH ÉÍ¥ S; IP' n fe |f'i 1P; fl£*: ftatafefiafied I8W. {Jirst 3lo«onaf of ©range, ¿Texas. ■ra®sM * -'. Í' -'-íL wHS'Ipí (Mm '1Ü8 ■ . * •1. fOl/J? BUSINESS IS SOLICITED. W« Mn <■ fe* Cwlim. hwH CsnM ssd ai Ufetnl ti Cwwiwl wilt AtiiHI1 '«My. í < > ■'< ¡i CfcftRs3S5£íV5« TRAIN SCHEDULE. Southern Pacific. Bastbound— No. 6 No. 8 No. 10 Westbound— No.3 No. 6 ......... No. 7 No. Arrives. 1:15 PA. 7:25 a.m. .... 10:M pan. .. . . 9:60 a.m. Arrive*. 3:15 p.m. 5:53 p.m. 6:86 a.m. 8:45 p.m. \ Diamonds . Reset We give especial care to our Repair De- partment—remount diamond* and other precious HtoneK with skillful eiactnenh All our repair work la at lowest possible cost consistent with excellent workman- ship. the Palace Jewelry Store JOE LUCAS Link Bsiliia Kidnaped by a Railroad. W. C. Basterling, editor of the Or- ange Tribune, acoompanled by " his wife, made a short visit to Beaumont this morning. Mr. and Mr . Baater- iing boarded the morning train at Or- an...

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

W;; k- Han miMMm «¡*i m i SSPI^M émMmA MEMBER 0P THE ASSOCIATED PRIM. v r-A?.* TEXAS, FRIDAY AFTERNOON, JULY 17. 1903. L A > ie HONEY AWAT •w " , . v^}'- / :• ( ¿'(/i > .• ' -W nt * _ ly Will search in vain for it a year h«nce. Wisdom says: Save your dollars to- day, reap the benefit a de- cade hence. The best advice we can give you in a few word is: Put your savings in this bank, let then stay there *^y* draw and have something in your old age.,/ $íif, National Bank. TBXAS. The Most Destructive Fire in the History of Port Arttisr The Splendid Sabine Hotel, Including Annex and Natato- rlwn, Destroyed at An Early Hour This Morn- ine-The Loss Wilt Approximate $150,- 000—Guests All Escape With- out Injury—Originated In Kftchen Grate. liii p m -0 $f: WsffiSSHfl ¡M reezers Cost... I wa have fait Is 1m Cmm Frwi; > we will **Q yoa t •• PRICES is tbs Way of Sammer m ft* anything jron need. ) win give yon fan value for y oar The Sabine | Supply Co. 1 EADQUARTER8 FOR HARDWARE. MILL S...

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

MM ';,rM st Orange, T«xm, cisss n n «11mm. Subscription Rates: Year ........$6 00 TbNv Months ...... BtbH 3 00 One Month Advertising Bates on Appllcstlon. Krerjr Afternoon at4:80 O'clock, Sundays accepted ORANGE, TEXAS, JULY 17, 1903. ill 7MS IS TEXAS' WAY. iBI Mi . , The Texas World's Pair Commission^ met in Dallas on Tuesday of this week and unanimously made the following declaration<of its intentions: Whereas, a special committee of the World's Fair Commission has audited the subscription list to the World's Pair fund and expense account to date; and, Whereas, it is the belief of the commission that the amount of subscription will justify proceeding with the work of having Texas represei ted at the St. Louis Exposition, as heretofore resolved; therefore, be it Resolved, first: That the executive com- mittee be and is hereby requested to call for the payment of subscriptions as the money is needed, and that when the sum of $40,000 is paid into the hands of the treasurer they le...

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

■i'twí¡wii :V■: : '■■' fa r" •,■' WmSff. • "*• - w'• ■ j¡; t ■> 1 n 1 night A Mmf \ | "US: n WWW .%Mlw i flftAHM.- TIXAI. •vér 0«to City Drug MM 9,m * PHTSICIAI. i■¿STnrr* ORAME. TEXAS. it* all Curable Disease*. Female Diseases a Specialty. consultation free. - a specialty mnnlttg u though pursued by to deprive him and liberty, He vaulted the the north side of Mr*. H. '■ beautiful home and ran through the flower beda and laws to the ateo ott the east aide of the house where he fell over a large Jardiniere, scattering its load of flow- ers and the fragmenU of the pot It- •elf all over the ata* . From here he dashed Into the epMervfitOT . where he na4e a complete circuit of the tearing down hangliftg plants, flower pots and vases and havoc generally. The man demented. Mrs end her agent, Mr. Cal- houn, had |nst returned from Hous- ton and had Just separated Ja the hall i SKÁnant before the man entered the Mr. Calhoun had gone to his wife's apartments while Mrs. Thompson, whose room ...

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

Í.%i, 'J •' 1 , -r- ■Píf^r *r'rMt;>! ... .„, ,-Mmt 'i mm. m Grange íTeaas. v-'m f. HI ■ 1 B ■t,; WHJR BUSINESS IS SOLICITED. W* Strl** t* kt CwrtMM. hwyt CmMolwUNnl u III ill THBSA TRAIN SCHEDULE. louUwni Pacific. Arrives. ... 1:16 pm ... 7:25 a.m. .. .10:58 p.m. ... 9:50a.m. Arrives. ... 3:15 p.m. .... 5:53 p.m. ... 6:36a.m. ... 8:45p.m. Orange A Northweetern. No 21, It. Orange 7 a. m., ar. Bona 8:16 a. m. No. 1, lv. Buna 1: 30 p. m., ar. Or- an ge 3:46 p. m. SEWING MACHINES Are delicate and need an expert to C. <1. TATUM IS AN EXPERT Sewing Machine Man and can do your work satisfactorily. Shop next door to Fire House, op- posite Holland Hotel. Phone, Old M. JS-A9. Local and Personal. — Classified Advertisements ASvertiaemenu wider ttus Head. Ac per line WANTED—Wanted young lady to so- licit subscriptions and collect; good Pa7: apply circulation department, Tribune Office. 17-2t. WANTED—A man to' work In garden. Moat have Some experience. Apply J. S. Hockey, Tribune Office. 1...

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

.-Si k s;:v,tv:;;,,,i: : III ¡HM1 8 wi ■kH O !>í í¿s h V'l1 *iT)n 1 l#w -fM^ikxS^ wmms TEXAS. SATURDAY NOON. JULY IS, 1903 NUMBER 97 aii lillllllfltlllllHI ■ : .i mmméí ly who docs not wear any laurel for her keen obser-;; I nsn te merits question such favorable comment. Though hot air is cheap these days, the > ' her statement. It's just such appreciation that encourages us «> to a continuation of the modern retail policy we pursue. Here's a bunch; ; ©I spicy offerings for Monday and Tuesday selling—offerings that will « j ienthuse you J and again, the sort that inspires the proper comment to;; us. * t t * * * * * *:: being been convinced of the sin-;; i i / 4«>-Inch black or royal blue Brilliantine, possessing P*hat permanently retains the lustre; «citable for « charming bathing suits; yflne 65c yard; price ^ is Reported Some Better if associated Prase. Rome; July 18.—The Pope continúes In tbe urn enfeebled state, but there It no Indication of an approach ins eri- al*....

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

liáíi; 1 \ i S$fc Rifó sonal I Timely Topics CONDUCTO) rr MU. *, C. tMTSaujK.. >« • ^|| QlNIWIttRlCftliOHI ÍnteR4ffd 0Bf }|||f | iímniM UU4nm 4 to Mrs, M lllWtt MI '|M® 4É89 MOl iWBf thwi S I m baptist laww ai© s©c «ty— President—Mrs. J. A. Holland. Secretary—Mrs. Warren Windham. Treasurer—Miss Dora Gunatream. Meets alternate Thursday afternoons at the homes of the difierent LADIES' AID SO- T J. -Mrs. Home, tengene Ban- PRESBYTERIAN CI1TY— President—Mrs. Vice President- croft. Secretary—Mrs. Sterling Orares. Treasurer—Miss Cleora Hewson. Meets .every Thursday at t p. m. at the homes of the different members. LADIES' OUfLD, S\T. PAUL'S EPIS- COPAL CHURCH— President—Mrs. A. O. Pearce. Vice President—Mrs. Burke. Secretary and Treasurer—Mrs. L. HUI. Meets every Monday at 3 p. m., at the residence of Mrs. Georgia Brown on Oreen avenue. HARMONIA CLUB— President—E. V. Folsom. Vice President—Miss Janie Smith. Secretary and Treasurer—Miss Pearl MoClanahan. Musical Director—Mrs. Burt McDon...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 18 July 1903

club hid ft «ocla! evening at the home Smith, corner SI end a very pleaaant evening thftt they would only meet r two WMtoft during the remainder > samnpW1. ■. «•it meeting will be with Miss Oreen on the evening at July Those present were: Mluei Curtis, Maude Renfro, Bapple •thai Malone. Mra. Hutcheson of «ton, Miases Atica Orean. Onssia Jftnla Smith, Maaars. B. S. Me- T. S. Merer lane, A v, P. A, roftf. Stuart Home, a R. H. Pan pall, of Port ■ in ^ Pal ham Chapter, ü. D. C. m m¡á'] ttttl) the last W< September whan thofe ad meeting ftt the home of botara Cor the pur the programme for ■ ftncf of Judge John H. Itaagaa's birth, day, October I, whan tha Daughters •will present tha fontlifra Croas of Honor to thoaa vetoraas who have ap- plied for them. Quite a number of applications have fled for the croéeos and the nra vary anxious tor tha lib tie badeas which mean so tnuóh tor Speaking of tha V. D. <J. remits* us of th# call w# racfflrtiy pnbtl>h*4 id' dreassd to Southern p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 18 July 1903

Éé'jfejÉÉn : éM A **-— •■ ■ "■ at the Class Mail Three Month# One Month wm «X Vntki Advertising Rates on Application. nut ,■■# ,! y ay, iv '«M at 4:90 O'clock, Sunday* Excepted. i ^ ^ '. t. m wm ORANGE, TEXAS, JULY 18, 1903. BANQUET TO COLONEL MORSE. Invitations are at hand to a banquet in honor of Colonel S. F. B. Morse by the citizens of Houston at The Rice hateH Tuesday, July 21st, at 9:30 p. m. Texas is losing Colonel Morse,, that indefatigable worker in the development of the state having de- cided to engage in business in New York. The Tri- bune has several times enlarged upon the serious nature of this statement which means nothing short of an actual misfortune to Texas. Colonel Morse has been such a friend to the western gulf coast, and par ticularlv to Texas, as we shall not soon see again, and with one accord we may heartily join in even' evidence of the popular appreciation of his devoted services for the upbuilding of Southern Louisiana and of Texas. The people of Housto...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 18 July 1903

m i 1119 ;#í v-;: ■im mmmm Wm • Wi to be one the shad m ittthu for H believe ft rouraalf. Orange now It * end after JH... . liitoi • «troll Main street to the rear of the building and "see the At far aé the oommercLal value of thli'gie la concerned It will require a tost well to determine It. Local tállete «te seriously considering ie proposition of slaking a well on is or fta adjoining piece of land In order to determltab Jwrt what tbM pa. «Miar gas *-*1 ih burn.' formerly « marsh, ife Into the ft soli, aad, hearing « all stooped over and got H L jpp larty atokeatag oábr pro- by natural gks. He struck a aad applied the «ame to the ng la ths ground «ad Instaatly sprang ap « vivid dam* to a t of several Inches above the homed for a Is w aeooada aad want out The expert meat waa a doten timas In ag many dlf- t plaeea. gad eaoh tlm* « t Woe lame dashed up as the Vas applied. skeptics on bearing of this at once said. "Oh. It'a gas; you can lad that any «termine *2. - Mm furlong la a Mwet...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 18 July 1903

mm" Wmm V: iPI® I anthropologist, who it BOW ta-tbls ■ttontnr ^ returned too IB & six • ™ "4 W^TOIF •7?T~-~ ,Y T'-PRra ' panes' sojourn among tbe tribes of mi| n interesting of tbo revolting custom of tbe savages of Wiling tbe older i of t! tribe whom advancing have rendered «nflt for particl- i In Ik* chuae and other activities which tbe savages supply tbem- i with food. "Tbe Ufe of the north Siberian sav- age," «aid tbe doctor, tin one long, on- «•s- ■'$$ mi mm M not OLD VAX WAS RTBiXOLED. ending straggle to escape starvation, Trae, one might say tbe same thing of tbe people of tbe United States or of any other country, but tbe straggle for existence here and in northern Siberia Is so different that there Is no ground for comparison. The tribes given to this form of patricide are the Chuk- ches, Asiatic Eskimo, and one or two others living along tbe coast of tbe Arctic ocean to tbe west of tbe Chuk ches. Tbe Xakuta. Tungooses and other tribes living immediately to tbe south at...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 18 July 1903

fltoj pS fesjPpp^a mWmE m .' i;; .'vV 'V ,: . ' - ¿S; ■ . ' ■• ■ : tí ñ $*■*. #. •• ;># ■• "É > four State Immigration L*agu« ta New OrlMM totee time or October, míe will meetlnc «ver held by tbe «uc- kitt4 «*«*■ which hMí attended K coaccptlos •Ir^dy'Mceeded eren the most «tac eKpoCtetloni o titos* Who preettto «oto. li Iret ñt& «I ss Mr. Mi * te ni the eraélt of «fe* •vcccee which kWMftr *ttm*«l lh« prellmlnerjr orcsnlsstlon of the imiiíua, the Initial meeting of the *« h«M In New Orleue Jnvmry 14 «■4 M of HH'Tcr, Ho oasvsstlo* of tMw chemcter ever attracts* sseh unl jo «u giren this 1*1- b4 the constant work which hoc followed with a view of «idta« not lee* than 1,000.000 of good :%? «W«*aa to the population of Tesas. Khahtl^ and Atriw*— • a«it tm yean Indicate* the eSccte of the orgsslaatloa •wñ begin to be frit. The meeting to be held la New Orleans in September or October la for the purpose of secarlas a more compact ortaaimUoa, oatUnlng a mora 4eSnl« poller tor the ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 18 July 1903

MOTWWSii ¡ara®' Ml ■ ; ¿KS5:; *s¡? p.m. $j> SiM a.m. ..a........ • ll4£ p.m. 'JHUasaiaaeSfe. ■ JS llAailuMMéaM •■JPPf,','iBk ^vsp^weWBWPWjNPvslV 21, lv. Orange 7 a. m., ar. Bum a. UK j, Vv,í ■■■ r . 1, lv. Buna 1: 30 p. m., ar. Or- 3:46 pun. , ■ . • Hfr *i IP «1 The Needs ef Tear Eyes +m Hi £252 AUGlsssss fitted are guaranteed to ion. Call ami see the ' people who are-Wfcar- IV our vuelan. ES Palace JewelryStore n.fc miiim JOE LUCAS. This 1 the good old Marnier time; don't you prefer a guaranteed (W t. ptnof «oraet? til** k & : . Mrs. C, D. friends and relative In Sheriff Johnson and wife turned fngn San Antonio, where th< went on the oocaekm of the convention. ' ':¡j-f' éto now have the exclusive «ale tot "Warner's Rust-Proof" coñete for Orange. We «how a big variety of new desirable states.'Cfnger Bwjht B.CLRRY&SON, firm, Marine, Lite an* AccMent tmaurance Agent , OKANCC, TEXAS. "'i ' . I'M Sarah FVIth, who hae been vis. her cousin, Mtb; Dr. A. G. Pearoe. «orne weeks...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 20 July 1903

' ' ^ W v~i ?llíflf§ HffpsiH Hi "f* #«#'*' ?:w agr ■' ,| #<• -■ : mj¡¿%"J W| Wf « . x .rrw5 * h* 11 m m "* r? TRIBUNE. PRESS. ORANGE. TEXAS. MONDAY AFTERNOON. JULY 20. 1903 i a #i\ a i ¡i NUMBER 98 woo mows MONET AVAT ; y will search in vain for ^jHMt r dollars to benefit a de- it%£jfcfedvi have and draw Interest, anc •om.thln* In ptpqr old ■ ' ' 0, H i ta Hi* railroad urday'a Hobiin to, 7 *** i get** at «:* LB Ud 10 :M p tot. article «Mb Of tlMM tmiM attar tofly of each a - horn. It b i Nd M ttet Is att t tea-car trala oa Um Fifth f; SÉ®## él Extension Sew No. I oa her sight. and Orange, the oil atifho tt Sour the tTBTOl (MB &lB trata hM been COBB* thtag ton-tie. Might after night aha oat of the Grand Central ata. a«ght U>tM i&i! f its ntMcut si* mito at of tft* Tribu# Cot T. & A d#f*oa* mml ptft- —* j to «Luk waaJB anything la UM Chronicle statement the gaatal iiutiiail hssrias iisB of tight ap his r!.i; PC "Th* young sum gat hla data mix- ad. t believe thava «SO...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 20 July 1903

; r ( Ü * • at\ mi va > jl,\ VÍ.' j* í„ #>*' ,'' ■ Mrwi" 'ííkW^*W at the > st Clsas Mail Matter. MU«m«* '«till i olM, as ESI rUt':.' • 16 M . 1 00 Three Months ©ae Month ... W *o w Inn Afternoon it 4:W O'oiock, Bandera Exoefted. Advertising Rates on ORANGE, TEXAS, JULY 30, <903. ,vVv THE NATIONAL GUARD. The railroads of Texas have refused to transport the members of the Texas National Guard to and from the place of the proposed State Encampment unless the necessary remuneration is forthcoming. Heretofore the State soldiers have had a free ride to and from the their homes to the scene of -the camping grounds. Six thousand dollars have been raised by the city of Austin to defray the expenses of transportation, but this is not half enough to cover the necessary expendi- ture even at greatly reduced rates. Negotiations be- tween the officers qf ¿he State Guard and the railroad managers are now pending, relative to this matter, but no agreement has been reached. The matter of...

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