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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 26 April 1902

^ ti? 1/ ' "v '"í ■•v «rara MÉNIRtR JMJOCIATÉD PRtM . . • . anything from a 16th to m 4000-page Send us your order. Jteln Lithographing Co. week for 80 APRIL 1902, AFTERNOON SATURDAY ORANGE, TEXAS, olume: THE GREAT MORFOLK 18 BORHIHG. Fir® Broka out at Eleven o'clock To day, and la Still Raging* IN CUBA By Associated Press. Norfolk, Va Terrible Havoc Wrought at Joplln. IWssourri-lliree Killed and Fifteen Injured. Some of the Latter Fatilly-TWenty Residences Wrecked and'Much Other Damage Done. By,Associate Press. St. Louis, April 20.—Three- persons are deadand fifty injured, some of them fatally, at Jopliri, Mo., the victims of a tornado which struck that city late yesterday. Twent^ residences in Joplin are wrecked and several Others in the suburbs on Moonshine Hill and-V¿Ua Heights are demolished. . i—™ ■ A'reviséá list of the dead follows: Ester Hunter, 2-years old; ~ J. L. Jones; ' - Martha Coppel, colored. gj—i . .':W Dealers 'Free delivery to any part of the c Telephone urdett e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 26 April 1902

■■■' , , i r " y.V . it 1 - V '■■■;' ' ' , ¿.1" s ; 2¿1 i fli • : J , .... '■;* ' ^ \ * \r-~ h\ v.:"- V- *■'' . ^ * — ;— — if mm iHE ORANGE DAILY TRIBUNE rein lithographinc go., publishers * Kntered at the Postofflce, Orange. Texas, a* second class mall «patter CHAS. M. REIN;...., W. C. EASTERLIWO t. B. HOCKEY....U. 8. B. DEMP8EY ..... N«W8 AKI) TW.ÍÓttA aro. Editor EortaB ..'•'¿vcltt editob LÁ....Y..CniOtrt<*TIOK MANAC.BB Oue •• 81sí' Months. ¿¿aym ' •UMORIPTION RATES: .'.16 00 Three Months , ..' 3 00 One Month.,,.. ...II 60 ... ; 80 AOVSBTtSIMfl RAT18 ON'APPIJOATtOK. Issued Evekt AMiíkoon at Poob: SONDAVS EXCSPTtD. ■ -t' ; : 'CLOCK. JkJ ORANGE, TEXAS, AFftlL, 26, 1902. jM rr-r- : They ake.af.xk the Beef Trust. Attorney £ General Knox has given instructions for the iüvjj| ,aug-uration Of proceedings against it and says he £ has evidence sufficient to warrant issue of bills of injunction. The initiatory proceedings will be taken by the district attorney at Chicago. ; If they depr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 26 April 1902

MBBPP P¡8 rate . Klwiflla www " • Sm$i 4k -JML MWfrl '10M ' r VVA'? iiiiBM _ - .,... ... -', > 'V- **«,■', *,V ■•••'. . .' - fj,K • ' Tfí'í' 'A"' ÍV' '•"'''' . .. v • • • ; ■ riNG MARRIAGE OF FRIENDS. • Ceremony Unit*a Two Prom- ln«nt Old P«opl«in New York. ÍT Associated Press. , " / . New York, April 26.—-Dr. Ed- * fi. Magilir Íoríner presi- dent of Swarthmore college, and Mrs. Sarah E. Gardner, widower of 71 and widow of 66, have iust Él married themselves in .this city After the quaint forpi pf the % sect of Friends; It was a ro- mance of their riper years. Al- though both are Quakers they \ were not averse to' flowers and j; -the ground floor of the hotel was filled with them. Mrs. Andrew ite, wife of the United States imbasáador to Germany, and Magill's eldest" daughter int a beautiful present. When 11 was ready for the ceremony ride and bridegroom walked in rm in arm. All present stood in silence for five minutes. Then Dr. Magill 's voice broke the sol- aran stillness. He r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 26 April 1902

. JÜ^: I ' " _ ■;> • • n'i, . •/ft; 1 ■ ; ■"«) ■ S'1 :v MÍP • - ■ *' -; ■ , V. , 1 > • '■ " j.- . ' " . -"-i'' •"'v-v1 V- l iii n'i1 i i" ' ii'" iiii!ii ' ' 11|' .i ''! 1.1/ 111 11. IlI i. *Íi'' li'V.'f1 its need What Good is a Watch 1 " "V I -M. C t. Goodman Heal estate and Insurance Link t Building V Orange, Cexas when your ga i r.\ ' Im rOR FINE TAILORING CALL ON . Hatban Eckcrt Just received á large shipment .of Ladies' WASH SKIRTS in Ducks, Crash, Unen, Homespun, Shrunk Linens. Designs, ma- terials, workmanship áríd . fit just as they should l>e, and our prices are right. OUR SKIRTS deserve your attention Wercb^nt tailor up stairs over Mossiker's. P.B.CURRY & SON, Fire, Marine, Lite and Accident Insurance Agents, ORANGE, TEXAS. Vi New Line of Shirtwaists ^—T- and Petticoats JHronson & Bro. Grocers t«l*phon t 31 SPIiPiiil! —— ■ ■—r¿——'• THE ANTLER, FRANK BROWN, Pnfrletor Choice wines, Liquors and Cigars OF£N DAY AND NIGHT DIFFERENCES TO BE ADJUSTED. NOTICE. Mark...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 26 April 1902

iisfSfkm 5®P S ; i K? WW m Or 1UL ESTATE TOHORROW. Opportunity for Someone to Win a Lot Free. ! ■ Mr. Joseph Pbiliips, of Bruna- ick, Ga., President of the National Auctioneer Company arrived here today and will i personally conduct the sale of ota which has been advertised to take place at Tenth and Bur- ton streets tomorrow morning. Mr. Phillips was seen by a Tribune man thi^ fnorning and said the salé would take place ptly at 9:80 ■ 6 'Clock and by noón fíe ;• expected to complete the sale;" Mr, Phillips "I yisited- the section Which contains ftírty lots that will be sold tomorrow and was very much suprised at the loca- tion. It is very beautiful and there is no doubt, whatever, $<|%at the sale will be a success, íes of this kind are new to but before we get through those who did hot pur- chase will wish they had etc B>^¡> one so. This particular section which" is to be sold is one of the finest sections in the city * and large •crowds will doubtless be at- ;racted to th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 26 April 1902

'■'.J £■' ■ ■ . ■ . - ■'' ;:W:< when your garments need and we will do the rest. . , a • . - Mossiker's. GlOVCI* al Estate and Insurance Link Building " Orange, texas O WOMAN wearg Corsets for fun/certainly not, yet one might suppose so from the way some merchants tty to sell Corsets. A good Corset means a good form and proper support and incidentally a good figure on the street We sell the Warner Bros.' Rust Proof Corsets because we believe them the Best. If you examine one you too will be struck by its excellence and believe with us that it is the BEST. COME and let us show you THESE CORSETS* ¿mj* FOR FINE TAILORING CALLON Hathan cckert W merchant tallpr up stairs over P.B.CURRY & SON, Fire, Marine, Life and Accident insuranpe Agents, ORANGE, TEXAS. Jlronson & Brc. Grocers \ telephone 31 L WARNtfi 3 RUST-PROOF GIROLE NV2S0 y Tijr *ny ■tiv "iiy . fTn. " r ¡ w THE ANTLER, FRANK BROWN, Proprietor Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars. OPEN DAY AND NICHT. p Watch* Inspector O. A...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 29 April 1902

si Í*FTÍ: iSBWI n _ '"" print anything from a sheet dodger to a 1000-page book. Send us yo,ur order, . Rein Lithographing Co. MEMBEI iiOCIATErD PRtSS I ♦ The Dally Tribune will be Ifyeréd to your home or ,v of business six days In week tor SO cents a —— VOLUME 1 OÜAI9&E, TEXAS, TUESDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 29, 1902. NUMBER 30 FRENCH FISHING FLEET DESTROYED. AUSTRIAN TREATY WITH MEXICO. ORANGE Ta JOIN THE LEAGUE. I n the .N orth Se Three Vessels Sunk ■ rid Many Lives Lost. . 7 i By t Associated-Pw*«. Dunkirk, France, April 29.— Advices received here s&ys that a French fishing" fleet was caught iifthe North Sea in a heavy f.le,.and wrecked. Three schooners wfeit found- ered and many lives lost. Lower Kouse of the Hungarian Diet Ratifies Treaty today. By Associated Press. Budapest, April 29. —The Lower House of the Hi^igarian Diet today ratified the Austro Hungarian commercial and con- trolar treaty with Mexico_which lapsed in* 1867 and has not since been renewed. I Ü I m CROWNINSH...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 29 April 1902

if! 11 im "yyy-,'; 'krhú-r, MP' •'< 'hw,:-* •if msm ]*$?• MM ■Wá -i Wñ A" íÍsÉ HE ORANGE DAILY . REIN LITHOGRAPHING CO., PU LI«HCN«. :.■ ' . ■ *. • entered at the Poatofflce, Orange, Texas, as second class mall matter CHAS. M, REIN....... W, C. EASTÉRLING : J. B. HOOK«Y. S. E. DEMPSKY ..... • ••••• • ••«* i • .MANAUINÜ EpiTUH .. ; .n WS áwd tsutohaph edito* «..«.a.. ...... ClT T EPITOU OIECOIjation Manaush fe SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year 1 10 00 Three Months ... SI* Months.... ..i.:'........... a 00 ' ' One Month.; advertising hatesok apftilgatiow. ........II SO ......... 60 í8su*d evsht ArtSHNOON AT PoüBiTHIBTT 0'OLOCR. Sundays Excbptkd. . ' ORANGE, TEXAS, APRIL -29, 1902. JM Do not be prodigal of your Swear words. • You may need them at a time when ordinary English would fail to express it. .It is noticed that .all Who are putting their spare change into Orange real estate are musically inclined, and have a disposition to sing or whistle. I Áftek All there is meat in the propos...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 29 April 1902

0 at ü ü ili ímr TEXAS CYCLONE. Continued from Page I m ?<k; e facts have cipne from neigh- >fing towns which have been reached by refugees, who can « not tell all of the facts, as they are in quest oí assistance for ■$ & their stricken people." Glenrose is the county seat of Somerville County and has a population of about 800 people.; It is not$d as a health resort, there being many springs and w<ál¿ with medicinal qualities. It is this which has caused a number ol fine residences tó be built by people of means, who have taken up their abode there, and this fact adds to the prop- erty loss very materially. m ACCOUNT FROM HOUSTON. By Associated Press: jraston, April 29.—The small iown of Glenrose, the county of Somerville county, is neárly swept away by a tornado. As a result of the fearful windstorm six are known to be dead and between forty and fifty rsons injured. The dead are: Mrs, C. A. Mi- lam, Mrs. James Musgraves and little child, Mrs. Musgraves' little daughter...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 29 April 1902

hV j. : 1 A.'1|.a «1 „ I . . /<..4 •# ... ' y. ."«í ,1^.. í.. ,, Mi .' . Udm-Mü, iül ilis&ííí''' N Ó WOMAN wears Corsets for fun,certainly hot, yet one might suppose so from the way some merchants try to sell Corsets. • A good Corset means a good form and proper support and incidentally a good figure on the street. We sell the Warner Bros/ Rust Proof Corsets because we believe them the Best. If you examine one you too will be struck by its excellent and believe with us thatf it is the BEST. COME and let us show you THESE CORSETS. 3 s R'3 RUST-PROOF •GIRDLE NT 00" 8 fifr ^1 *aftür ""Sc"™"" NOTICE. Any subscriber to the Paily Tribune! who fails to receive the paper • should report same promptly .to.the office, by tele- phone or in person, and the circulator will investigate the complaint without delay. & PERSONAL Irs. Gosaett, who has been visiting Mr . P.*"IL O'Day during the illness o her- husband, left this morning for her home in Beaumont. • Jack Higman. spept last nigh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 30 April 1902

'-I ■ Pit!'- ■: ■ ... .>,* . 7/" . ^ ■:. Iw:i >■*>?'■:«&* ^ Éii, :/:! < I®'# W: fmm ;,W liEPlfcER AJÍOCIATED PREil The ÚaUy TMHakf Mé M t* mr ^ . of Juittlness alx ddfri lo wpekfpr 50 Yerffs •' « 11 —;—'■ i i"'— f. vmwm. t anything frnm • dodger to $ I Send us your order. Rein Lithographing Co. «UMBER '40 " MM WEDNESDAY ss APRIL AFTERNOON, v** ORANGE, VOLUME FQNST0N KEEPS ON TILKIHG. RANGE Ha Got up Plan To Cdfeture Agu „ neldo, McArthur Endorsad It. FORWARD GETS IT T,:! Lord Beresford Confesaos MI Mla- •' toko to Discloslnglt. - By: Associated Press. . / New York, April 80.-^About a jar ago' when Jeresford was. secohd in* de- 53 of the Mediterranean , a letter was published from him disclosing thé weak ; iqess of the/British navy in an emergency, says a lióttdori lispatch to the Tribune. The f? Admiralty officials, when ques: tioned, asserted stoutly that an k ^_ .pu8 breach of the rules of the nával service had been com- mitted withoBtjthe knowlege of Lord Charles ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 30 April 1902

wwm rlW- , J® ? ■■i fffffHW y ., ||,|, , MF||,|lrCT^^.^JT^-T. . 1 "*•'.■ - ' : "% 'v;' • , ■ tttjI ? ■ ' !,'.J ... ■ '■ ! t- í* ' -v > ■ •. lV¿v H . , ! v: ---■ Jtwwwa [íSlf.fB F ' iS^aHp if -®, ..'■■■■ OTP'S? Ü ■' ■■ ■'•■. ■, -(i m te:"- ■ ,, , it;. ^ . % v ■ ¿i L_1 S_J - '• - n i' ' ' - HE ORANGE DAILY TRIBUNE f?Clf4 LITHOGRAPHING COM Publisher . - Vi, .,,,...;■ . . r==sfsss Bntered at the Postofflce, Oríítge, Texas, aa second clas^ mall matter Eüü CHAS. M. REIN W.C. KASTKRLINO . J. K. HOOKEY ........ A E. DEMP8EX,}.,.. ...... Managing Eorrou N«WS AND TW.BGBAPH EDITOR ,;.......:....CtTT EDIXOB CniCDLATIOH MANAGBB m SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Vskr ,|....,•• *....• .. Sfl 00 Three UoQttÚi St* Months.v.'. v.-. ..3 00," One lÜonth...... , • ADVERTISING RATKS OS APPUOATldK. SO SO ' ISSUBD EVKKT AFTHRNOON AT FOUBiTHIBT* O'CLOCK. SUNDAYS ElOBPTlD. ÓMSmm TEXAS, APRIti 80, 1902, THE'Commander-iji-cbkiiii the Arnjy and Navy of the United States is probably doing the ,befrt he can, but. when...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 30 April 1902

*i;K' ■ A ' •/' ->ír $ ' '$$£ ■ Bjjjappsi; ¡ m ... .V ." ,l- * '' - : : • ' "—' • "'• ••' '' • ,, • V;-.-.. >.'■ «"••>■ V,H ■ • ;-v. . . ' • 1 « ' w •' ■:■ : . *:{ ■ ■ • , ' • - ■ ♦ \ , • • ' ' ' •'"á-.'-M} ■ >K ■ ■ ■. ,";1 :-v^r " i"<1 PARTS WITH THE ADMIRAL ji Weather The Mamona ttlva íf' • Banquet Tonight. . Ansoclated Press. ¡$fc '* •'V-1"" , fl; '■ Memphis, April 80.—The day -f the stay of Rear Admiral and Mrs. Schley in Memphis ¡ | opened bright and clpar. The visitors were up and breakfasted at the hotel eaH ^ This is Masonic day, and the idmlral was turned over to his ¡.brethren of the order while Mrs. Schley was entertained by al prominent women. At 10:80 o'clock this morning: general reception was held in the Blue Room of the Gayoso lotel. Many people were in attendance, all eager to take a parting gfasp of the Admiral's hand. This afternoon the exercises Temple and only members are admitted. Ill Tonight the Masons will give :: a grand banquet in honor of th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 30 April 1902

. .. • «JlilPiPiPJPWPiPP: •'>.' '' '* / r;.-, 'jCs.'is:.-.-■■ - -■ .. íim *!: ^¿áfi'^V'',-;-'>r1*f>' ■(£'&' .vlt•.•*•;•;fE¿!'-''«'i%s•? ,:. "":l ^ ' V'v^V ■ ' I •r &« t,: ■ . sÍ yT,"sS . 1 ' .•:«/• ir- ,.v.'V;#.1 'f/K.'v $®Í® iliiil ÍÍ'M 'i... HI HI ¡i^SEtopgflBSF8^^' !> F. i k'< Vt;;\ | i":'.5,;.•■ ' >' .• ■ « ;; ■ •■:< < v ■r, '1 ." \ Wmiímixii.: dml% ií.sJir,. , "v • .. .. < • M O WOMAN wcafs Corsets for fun, certainly not, yet one might suppose so from the way some merchants try to sell Corsets. A good Corset means a good form and proper support and incidentally a good figure .on the street. It sell the Watner Bros/ Rust ProofCorsets became we believe thenv the est. If yoti examine w<th us that it is the BEST. O Best. If you examine one you too will be struck by «cellence and believe let us show you THESE CORSETS. M "V . i < iv i sfc «Ü4J-PBO0F -tIBDUWao; V II 1 III I L- CONSTANCE" mSlmZiiSSj *%iar nr' -*i*r "%ir Wj*' 1 . ■,. '/ NOTICE. v...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 1 May 1902

Wt If Wm. WWñ BIS V .ÁviD^kí.' rv ■HEPi i wm <|L ! anything from a 16th dodger to, a 1000-page Sand us your order. Rein Llthog^aphlngCo. MEMBER • AÍJOCIATE.D PRtJJ The Omlly Tribune wW be llverfd to your home or pla of business six days In the weak tor 50 cents a month. rOLUME 1 — ORANGE, tifeXAS. T«URSDAV AFTERNOON, MAY ... \ ' ■ ''I-"' 1 ' ■ ' 'rp*— jtMfT v i i. ii an range Works X W. Invariant, Prop. 0 i m kinds of machine Wdrk Manufactured and rept in first class style. BelSt chinery, best material best workmen. ¿red mA- and Jill kinds ,of tin and Sheet Treh-Work made and repaired. Smoke - • «tacks, blowers, sheet iron work. . work for mills and steamboats. Valley fines ana gutters for buildings. Iron work for brick' buildings a specialty. .... - . .... Cstinuntes furnished Skilled workmen.sent to any part of the country; AH or-, aers receive prompt attention telephone ho. 24., ., FEDERAL JURORS. The grand and petit jurors for the June term of the Federal Court for the Easter...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 1 May 1902

I MSfe i :®j wm "FT >1 llfÓRANGE UK IN UTHOCR APHINC CO., f U l.i M.E« . . T._. j'^1'" • •• ■■■- ■' 1—C-ii'i A '«^ ■■'i; I I i t ■ J "U '•. entered <it the Piwtomce, Orange. Véxfr. a *ecOnd clasn aval) matter OH AS. M, REINÍ. W. C. KASTE RISING ......... J.' K. HOOKEY...'' s. ac E;DBMPSEY t„ ,.r...........MANACUNG EDITO® ...... .....NBWSJIND TWilt)BAPH EDITOR .....Ctrr edito* •>.. CfUPttLAtlO* MAKA«KH T" One Year .... Six Months... SUBSCRIPTION RAT* : ¿ 16 00 Three. Months . .v>..?.... 8 op ''One Month .11 ISO 'AtfViHTtRtlSr.HATny-tTtt-AI'I'fclCATtO) , ISSUBD Evstkr ArTiHNook AT JPouBiTiriiTT O'clock. ... . SÚND'A't B!*C*ÍT1D'. " . ÓRANGJE, TEXAS, JVJAY 1, 1902. '' ■ '' n i i'i ,, ,; , j -i ' jM 2 U¿4- Thb poem published in another column, en- titled "A Washerwoman's Song," is the f one Which directed President Roosevelt's attention to the author, and resulted in the latter V ap- pointment s United States Commissioner oí Pensions. It is, therefore, of genial interest. '....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 1 May 1902

AMERICAN CANTAL Continued frómW*&' m ¡É railways thípugh the Afridan mtineni, which cannot yield a íturn within the life of the" esent generation or perhaps next, tife American capital- discovers a }renmu$rative ivestmentl for his millions in nproving- ¡fee means of locomo- in London. While we sperid ss pillions in annexing tractstin Asia and Africa main&iairaf armies tó de tend then*. with the-view <Sf J'1 H officers to be courtmartialed, By Associated Pre«w„ <. * New York, May tf^-It is éx- t>y the relatio: •' Pres ei, of filing He ai supplying aT'^ñiieilS on with goods troft 'Manches- ; ter and Birmingham,, our Ger man and, American competitors 'supplant us in our o>n' country; • 'Individual fools have, often enough, dropped the substance to grasp its ^hadow, but never before has a whole Nation delib- erately committed itself to this folly. Our supremacy in trade and commerce is not only threat? ened but doomed. "Yet by utilizing to (he best advantage our reso...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 1 May 1902

w 'v . mm --u ) ! ;■ • '■'iMIW*!'' . . r • V l ■ . ' A ■ . f v.* ■■ . .* * ' '■ "•'•'■W '■ " i''- - , V ^ : ^ r • a •'.'i x' •' -• r* *** ' ■7 ' - - ' 'M* '. . ' .• ' 9 1 - '• ñ WOMAN w?ars flnirsets for fun. certainly not* Yet one might suppose so trom tne way some mercnams try to sell Corsets. A good Cor,set means a good form and We sell the Warner Bros/ Rust Proot Mwsets because we oeweve iw me with us .that'll is the. BEST; e «i* WJ% T ]TW rr |-w RU3T-pr00f -QIUPU N? 250 C X. Goodman 7\ealGstaU and Insurance .... Link ButM*g Orange, Cexas : : - . c v' -V . " . , ■ V"i ! — -"#!' ' ' r* ir-i ¿4 — —i , jugful. > >"■ in " 1"' ;""■" <■> f|i ■.■■ ■>■■■■ i ' . ' j NOTICE. Any subscriber to: the. Daily Tribune who fails to réceive the paper should report same promptly to the office, by tele- phone or in person, and the circulator will investigate the ' complaint without delay. ' PERSONAL i <^^**0*0+0 1 ."I."- " - Mr and Mrs J- Howard Labit l?ft laeV night for their hom...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 2 May 1902

' ' ' i r /• \ .mPM raílMiii MEMBER AJIOCIATED PRm _ print anything troik a J6th sheet dodger to* a 1000-page took. Send us your order. Relñ Lithographing Co. Grange lailg Thf Dally Tribune will llvered to your homo of business six days week for SO centa a FRIB4Y AFTERNOON ■HiH 1902. ORANGE, MAY VOLUME NUMBER YEJRKES SCORES A THFUMP By Aaaoclaltd Pre Charle hearing Rival chiefs war. , r ' Constantinople, May 2. A dispute^, of two rival Albanian chiefs, Riza Bey and Bairem ¿lijureh, resulted in a battle be- tween their partisans at Dia rtt 30fb. com- kova, on AJ ■■■■■■■R parties Ultimately withdrew to New York, May 2t. Yerkes has scored in before the parliamentary < mittee on tubes,,saiyg. the London correspondent of TThe Tribune. The two The Hampstead residents who opposed his scheme were not jé; MILL GLOVE lei'r respective t ffi|bey bombarded each The inhabitants of Diakova are panic stricken. C. m. tttcr*rl nf, Prop. -r i-v- ■ .. .. ... 4 KW 3M kinds of machine Work Manufacture...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 2 May 1902

ORANGE DAILY RE IN LITHOGRAPHING CO., J U*USHtft«. ;■ «njjertd at .the Póstofflce, Orange, Texas, a tteifoiid claj^mSt^tnatter W. O. EA8TKBLING ... * K._BOOKÍ¡* .......i.,... 9l E. IJKMPSEY '.. 15**rv ... ,N«WS "ANO TBMWBAPH KDiTp ♦..Oixr Editor .,' . .ClBCÜLATlOH MANAGBJ* ¿ÚB8CRIPTION RATKS: * One Tear .....................WOO Three Months . .. Six-.itodthÑ.., soó Que Month...... • AI)V«ftTÍSrN('¡ KATICS ON APPLICATION. iHsirau EvíKr Aktkhnoon at Poií :THrjrrr O'clock. Sundays Excepted. , The newspaper paragrapher had bis inning following-the Washington conductor's disagree- ment with Money. Money in this instance neither tnadV^the irriare gonór the cargo. The affaír in Italy is very unfortunate to say >||rt Ki.i íu 'if >u>fiÉhwAiii1¿irfiil ftin f rtntra True icasi, uui is u no tvw vUucr rur illa v n«. v c cers do not more frequently forget themselves while seeing the sights in the world's great cities? The King of Italy hás°done the proper thing and pardoned the drunken r...

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