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

m* mi- mmm mmm wmm mu i' hjii s MI M " i h j M m i if m m i 'M iifi Si Off OIL LANDS m w ilí#Ü ÉHMÉlMMlM 1 • .i' Sterling Otim. 1 p. m. at MBKg SÜ PÜÜ Wp I® 4 . r-KíHf"' I 00 so1 v«* Amone the Ths waving And Um current that H which are the ment r .•",/ ' Sr ^5 WSfflm from the S® J belated tide. Aad, streaming into the moonlight. The neawead floated wt4e. A d, Uke those watHs rushing AllKMkf thé «oodftK dMi¿ a «ood of thoughts cane o'er m< That filled my ere* with tetra (■ the day that had gone by. I had atood on that bridge at midnight $ Aad gnxed en that wave and sky. often, oh, how often, I had wtahed that the ebbiag tide OB II D090BI •er the ocean wild aad wide. for my heart waa hot aad reatieaa Aad my Ufa waa fall of earn. laid upon mk f greater than 1 could hear. a®w It haa fallen from ma. It la burled ta the ana; only the aorrowa of othera - Throws it* ahadow over ma. fet. whenever I croea the river. Or lta bridge with wooden piers, the odor of brine from the the thonght of...

Publication Title: Orange Daily Tribune
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 25 July 1903

I if i SMP&wk, ■ St j Second- IPSi jro?..,.. 0...4S 00 Three Months ...... I 00 One Month Advertising Rates on Application. .H 80 . *0 Ever* Afternoon at 4:30 O'clock, Sundays Excepted. ORANGE. TEX., JULY 25. 1908 = ü wü :V;; ANOTHER PAYING CROP. v The press of Texas has labored for years in the interest oi crop diversification, and among the many • new ideas advanced haB been the sug- gestion to raise broom corn as one of the most promising and practical. The Tribune has frequently urged this as a paying industry for the farmer, and a year ago suggested what seems to us still a neat little community enterprise—a broom factory. It would not pay a community of farmers to run a broom factory to make brooms for their own con- sumption, but it would pay tbem to create, by means of a factory, a ready market close at band for their broom corn. This is suggested because broom factories can be erected almost as cheaply " mm sugar mills, and any big farm can have a sugar mill. The depart...

Publication Title: Orange Daily Tribune
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 25 July 1903

w'2 i raí #nt rr i 1 I P' •;<• ;iSai,i :eate MN $ mi 'O wtá v r'i't&Sffif,b SRv ■'.i-ú )N DS ^*1 BUYING PUBLIC THAT THE HODGES STORE i i ii " "•■' " ft' i < 11 " ■ 111 Ü OF REAL BARGAINS, AND THAT WHEN THIS STORE AN- SPECIAL SALE, IT IS TO BE AN OCCASION OF 6REAT JN- TEREST TO ORANGE SHOPPERS. 9 9 9 9 9 0 9 9 "■ 1 ■■tm L-ah *'■ " * w BED SPREADS Preparatory to going to market, we want to matte a clean sweep in this Department.. .The valnea here offered mnat be aeen to be ap- preciated. However, yon know our method of advertising. When Hodges tell yon an article is worth $1.00 it is worth $1.00. /Vole the pHv reduction : y 50 White Sprevts $1 07 PI 2 00 Wbiw Spreads I M White 8preads 1 75 White Spreads. 1 50 White Spreads... 1 25 White 8preads... 1 00 White 8preads.... 75 White Spreads.... 05 White Spreads 50 White Spreads.... « ******S «• **,#**< 1 67 1 57 1 47 I 27 1 07 87 «7 57 48 TABLE LINENS M)JJpMM and fiepk!n* n inch Blea#Ml Satin Damask; very fine smooth surfr.ee...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 25 July 1903

Ha The club, badsAs ud constitution by-law* are at Mr . J. A. Hol- where they can be obtained at time. The reports of some of the district chai ran en were received. The ladies of this committee are'' ever willing to do their duty, but they want to know if the cKy council cannot assist them > v. mppMi #***) hy passing a garbage : One lady worked on Oreen Avenue faithfully one very hot day and when she went home in the afternoon thor- oughly tired out she had the satlafac- *tfcm of having done her duty. The next afternoon driving down the same street imagine her feelings to find it strewed with paper, brick bats and Other rubbish. Can't something be done to stop such practices? The Busy Ladles of Orange. On behalf of the ladles of Orange 1 wish to express appreciation for a neat eompllment published in the last issue of the Beaumont Chamber of Com- merce Review,. Secretary Dave Wood- bead, editor. It follows: "The ladies of the Orange Civic Im- provement club have fitted up andtfu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 25 July 1903

wf-M ■m MMM P gMM| ffWIl •. nonwnn m. wf| mbmLsJI . S^i?L . i! Éi® — ■ fW Saturday in of it of our it il dlrec Meet aecond k. a,* § «nwj published lips'' Hall. of Ruth, No, M1 tbltfd Thursday > \l«org« W • Pond MarJhal; urtr; H. A LsllleBor , w. a ■milium mil. mi COUNTY 0 ANCIENT COFFEE. il OooBmafi, Court? ,■ E. M Johnson, Bh.rifJ , H. * Traseurer; 0«o. Vtorsnuui. IT. Bijft ilV ys "J ' '•<)>'|1:' ? •'!, FOtTOFFIOK. ¡SpaSE hour* from T . m. dsllverr on Bundsff 1:10 to 10tW «. m. ahould b* mailed fully ■9 <* •TAR MAIL ROÜTI. at Orssg Tuaadaya, Tfcwr tad latnrday at 11 a. 11 a. m.; daya at 1 II: 1# CHURCHIt. IsPp , Chureh, South. of Border and Haoderaon larvtoaé wmf Busday at 11 aad «¡IS p. n. Sunday aehool Sunday moralng at :4S. Wo. prayar naatlag avaiy Tuaaday :J0 f. m. Prayer masting erery at 1:18 p, n. Bpworth '■^"laa nsotings at 4:90 p. m. toa aad 1:11 p. ta. frlday . llar. J. Inania Chufflh- aveaua aad fifth atraat. 8un- iwfcool :t0 a. m. Prawning 11 aad l:S0 p. m. O...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 25 July 1903

—. mamá , ns iiÉlifi * W&M M:';¡ ■ : * mMym •V': ;• \ yr:.í . ' Jf II mk íf"! ' ness ' "y • v 1 «• - IS are 33a i? la WWiyM 9m/0' Mn ffif IpflflIP certainty, upon [ote sKpÉa ''v • > itfa 111 ,y ;Í^*'*Í^V^lí^'fl! í, ^ ' Suits, Ladies' and Misses' Underwear * Yr -,-<iini. .«L, H ÜKÉ í8$S¿áfc mmm v ■ ^i-v \.>;,^.r L, M "■?/ 'V' « '/■ * V Hg Men's Sack Suits Black French clay worsted satin lin- ing, piped French faced; regular $18.00 Suits, only ..$10.00 All-wool black clay, worsted only; regular $15.00 suits; $7.65 down to $7.00 Black birdseye with blue and olive in distinct overplaid all-wool worsted; regular $12.50 seller; our pricé $0.05 down to .... k $ 5 00 Indigo blue all-wool herring-bone serge, only $ 4.45 C. B. ROUSS, New York. SIZES 14 TO 20 YEAKS. Youths' double-breasted light grey check, all-wool casi mere waits, stylish and well made; worth $5.00; isplS' | our price $ 2.10 Small grey and black stripe, very neat designs, patent buttons, three pockets; regular $...

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

i ftp? i Ü i [ASSOCIATED PRESS. — 11 ""W1:;'1'!' — ±=s: 100N, JULY 27, 1903. HTM? 25—Col. of His Territory ■■it " i'' tike firm of Graves, ta Bisad A Co., doing * «envrnl mercban- in the Onus* Mercan- tito building on fifth >tfeet, filed n voluntary - nafftInn ta their attorney* Robertson A eee the firm. give out any Intor- the aaeeu or ttabll of the irm were: Latch , of Of ; foreign enaltar . U«. ■feS ill ÉÉI 68? * It7' tJT •: : X ' • v> who repre- creditor , of the Ann at probably Huggtn* repre- tors, prln- ^n o. $1000. the excep- 4 Moore SF® Pacific, With át Houston, came orer Me former chief, Col. mm. who# mantle he mil] froto this time "until Louisiana Texas rene a population of ten] ad at Mgrleulturml an>l n- devektpment that will be] of M splendid natural resoar- oi tie ita**. vf• - •. 'á$m U visited the |lew te Union to make examination of the Louislam and after spending some tim< : appeals to me for id substantial strength of tbil There la no spaee I In oraaawnu...

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

tí-:.} n:. 1 * j.itxrrri'grtk (1,1 1 - .*'■ ' i-'v • ♦ • ••*WW1 "W w *00 Otos Advertising Rutes on App!l< 4;30 O'clock, or unci to auxill the summer direct a it now. ffmg m ■■ *W ma ' '■ ; ^>1/1 m^mW WmmmmsmKH 'VgfoM M!ftj.1' is HjPK'JffSn ORANGE, TEX., JULY 27, 1908. "...J.. ■i"" BfcvM &'■. Quite an amicable understanding has at obtained between the railroads of Texas and newspapers, and tfciis must inevitably result in" a better understanding all 'round. The railroads and the papers are the great developers, and as they derive their support from the people, preservation, if nothing else, would influence them to consult the best interestsof their con- ^^«tituency. A little reflection will convince the most skeptical that this is true, and riknove all occasion for prejudice. Along this line the Port Worth Register has one of its always timely and well written editorials. Juries that award big damages against rail- roads under the notion that the money comes out of a pletho...

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

WMl ÍM? Hi W II? . mmwM lillU mmm IrcyeerM DtSlNE. DAY OO/ FROM WABHINUTON. PULLMAN BUr BLBBPtNQ CAHB, CINCINNATI. CHICAGO, mígíiujuj ou*ton, Texas. Gty ||||| ¿0,' a 11 Í KANSAS CtTY TO THE GULF CITY SOUTHERN RAILWAY tm ntog* LM TO ' . AND COMPORT ABLE HOMES." c.«. •••. r.s.1 *£58 Q. P. AMOT. A. AM l> IMM'N A«T., KANSAS IlilWW mí i 1 i m 1.11 ri 1111 > 1111 i ni n i n i II i II it 11 Pleasorc Trip, The . U Brlttaln, formerly Texas, now traveling ft Shields A Co., of Chicago, spent t! dar In Orange Sunday. Mr. Brit comes here for the e* press purpose spending i, quiet Sunday, gett thtee good meals, sleeping In * bed and generally resting up for A week of hard work on the road, in, conversation with a Tribune reporter, he said: "I don't see why more traveling men do not eome to Orange for Sunday. It Is to my miad an Ideal town In wbioh to spend a ««let day of rest. Your hotel Is one of the best—If not the beat—in Texas. Situated as it Js right on the fiver, there I* always a bre...

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

■ : MU ii'MM i1 ;tW\r #'■'.''' ^ ■ W'" There is no use , r . ng the matter ■. ?apw M mmrnéém^mwm rt«a?sir;A:;c'ja ifisfrsrs....",'«•.■* .;. * rfc,. . ., that are destined to annihilate that credit 8; M Ü fíÉU ; I&¡ S K14 ness upon that solid basis where a customer may depend,i ' <• * certainty, ^pon getting the full value under the diamond rule—P, YOU GO. Note specially the low prices on Men's, Youths' and Boys _ . T •• & | « • ■ w y | X t T 1 * * ^ Suits, Ladies and Misses Underwear. We guarantee lower prices mmi you will get elsewhere. Try us and be convinced. ^ ^ M! : • ►A'.; y-'l Wrn/i ÜW'P'I wm0A Men's Round-Cut Sack Suits Black French clay worsted satin lin- ing, piped French faced; regular $18.00 Suits, only ..$10.00 All-wool black clay, worsted only; regular $15.00 suits; $7.65 down to 7.00 Black birdseye with blue and olive in distinct overplaid all-wool worsted; regular $12.50 seller; our price $6.05 down to ..$ 5 00 Indigo blue all-wool herring-bone serge, only...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 28 July 1903

- hmm I® ir' T Wm W- THE ; 5IATBD PRE33. X ss? TEXAS. TUESDAY IOON, JULY 28. 1903. NUMBER 105 "*XU. ': <i MAN WHO THROWS MONEY AWAY today will search la vain for It a year hence. Wisdom ways: Save your dollars to- day, reap the benefit a de- cade hence. The best advice we can give you in a few WOrds is: F*ttt voUr savings in this bank, le't th#iti stay there and draw interest, and have something in yotír old age/ Vn -' < t National Bank. URANGt, TEXAS. Oil Reorganize! Progressive and Aggressive D!i dtite and Vigorous Campaii inge County Oil Lands Capital Make a Sti Rejuvenated rs Will Insure an Imme' Development of Or- Blood and Ample Combination. - Hi BHür< ¡feí of the - m y A«*elatad Prass July *8.—Th* fff i great re* mam undar the auspices of the Collage, tor the rapow of the soul of Pope Leo. w celebrated this morning at the Slstlaa chapel All the «•nUaato sow la Home, tile diplomatic corps, the Roman nobility sad many distinguished persons war wee- No each maae ha* bee...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 28 July 1903

i Chas. M. Rein, Posto fflce at Class Mall Subscription Ratas: . .$6 00 Three Months . ..«00 One Month.... Advertising Rates on Application. US <« k > j.. ===== Every Afternoon at 4:30 O'cloek, Sundays W- Pfi ORANGE, TEX., JULY 28, 1908. ' '' ' ill- Ihlllll Ml SOME NEW-OLD TERRITORY. When the Texas editor exhausts every other known subject, and has worn the Monroe doctrine to a frazzle, he can always turn with a sigh of relief to the greatness of his imperial state for something to write about. The subject is inex- haustible and ever new. If all that has been written about Texas and her present and future greatness were collected the state library would not have room to contain it, but the half will not have been told. And the southeastern tier of counties is the Texas garden spot. Now that the coming of the Cotton Belt to Orange is as certain as anything temporal well can be, every foot of the territory which the rails of that great system will make tributary to Orange takes ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 28 July 1903

Ü wi _ 1¡$;' Tffi ■ * i fKfji! ' 1 < ¿T SílIP ■ Aí,;J ■ A NT! OABS, DINING CARS. OH AIR CASS; LIMITED ,t„,—„ ,r n n ■ ■ MW — — OBSERVATION SLEEPING COIS INK, DATL COACHES AND I FROM WASHINGTON. PACIFIC COAST EXPRESS ' DAY COACHES, CHAIR CARS. PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPING CAES, EXOORSION SLEEPING OARS THROUGH FROM CINCINNATI, CHICAGO, . ««0* AND NEW ORLEANS. Mi «ta Por Information, Write P. B. MORSE, T. J. ANDERSON, JOSEPH HELLEN, Trat Mgr. Gen. P. at. A; A. G. P. A t. A. Houston, Texas. —1 11" Vnrte! <3. 1 IISÍI kansas Railway H ' "ft ' v\':í' : TO THE <1ULF NUIH. ; V; ÜGMSHraW i« r*l truck limn; for I A GREATER DIVERSITY OF CLIMATE. SOIL AMO RESOURCE THAN ANY OTHER RAILWAY XX TUX WOSU>. FOR ITS LENGTH. f Us Me* ai* titf #«««t ls d*, suited ft ftowt nf i *; ►*w4p ecli eMnawafPi'átei . j potan*, tore*to and ** cr*t truck firma; ___ ttlrsuont forirnircbMii«l>IettmiK>.r¡ forrtUtmt bo men, id Ajurart áittrla^ rtiurttui from FREE GOVERNMENT HOMESTEADS WrtietaTtWifTV'P«t)U*ta...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 28 July 1903

' , I I 1 ■ Í '':A m •m ===== WMP. Ml R&1' }Wh: PS' lit< KF ■'•'•' mfr (ft ■ i' BraMBI 1L!- |#-,,-:''vJ ■' m lihi?!' si';'if •' i •' i ■IKmIIh JPPPW^' ^Ki • iv';"í&í ;||í:'■í;'Í;-í f: ,,V^&ÍP fk ví There is no use discussing the TWrnHroiE ■'• ' '' "/ , ' , ' V, 1 * are destined to annihilate ' M P- ' ness Upon that solid basis wh customer may uc^iu, « cfertainty, upon getting the fuB value under the diamond rule—PAY AS YOU GO. Note specially the low prices on Men's, Youths' and Boys' • .V 'i''''1' ' • ( ■ . • * • '{ ■. ? ir* . ? '* ■ ' Suits, Ladies' and Misses' Underwear. We guarantee lower prices than *y¡i i % , , fl ' i " you will get elsewhere. Try us and be convinced. ^ ^ ^ Men's Roirad-Cut Sack Suits Black French clay worsted satin lin- ing, piped French faced; regular $18.00 Suits, only ..$10.00 All-wool black clay, worsted only; regular $15.00 suits; $7.65 down to ... ...% 7.00 Black birdseye with blue and olive in distinct overplaid all-wool worsted; regular ...

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

aÉ) íVfW. *!■ ; * yWIIW '^.11 i«g I h't The Financier of the Revolution, without whose aid even Wash- ington would have failed of «access, is a ,good example of bow much is due to the power of money* «The greatest tat- ents ind the ra oft t brilliant genius are alike powerless without 1*8 help. Therefore avail yourself of the financial advantages offered bjr this bank. he Oraáge National Bank. ; ORANCe, TEXAS. One Street is Wrecked-Thir mated Number of Dead Buildings for Mile s Demolished—Esti* Wounded Seventy, ¡y Wrecked. lal of the [s Jett-Whlte Case be tbt case of a oonj lat between the civil tborltle* Captain Ki •"~-.5i.5SK." tttt * ** declined h* fled tor to nun. Captal ta hta interview at Laxtngtoo aiibt Cyatillan* was Ml «I witae.< e* for the defense others from Jackson. Ky, and ir the commonwealth Aocordlag to bis In- Mil Osborne bad Bwen oa bit mora to Cyathlaaa tad be ta «U11 heldjn camp la which capacity bo can protected to tba tallest extent by aUXtary, . JEwoa unders...

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

.vVV' V" ' Í "< •' yV'Ai. ( ■ jfcVi', '..ly i*i'lif'• : ,!/'r.-v Postoffice at Orange, Class Mall Matter. prevent Subscription Rates: |6 00 Three Months ...... On* Month Advertising Rates on Application bsued Every Afternoon at 4:30 O'clock, 8undays JULY ORANGE, TEX., San Antonio is bug .house. ,? You may talk about the Reliance, but ours is the Sabine river. With Our Friends of the Press (The question of the hour: eminent engineers' report ?" ' Where is that gov- Every good citizen is jealous of the good name of his home town. Every violator of the law is an enemy of the community, We shall see how far Secretary Shaw's pres- cience went when he intimated that Orange would be the South's greatest inl and port. One point of difference between Russia and Japan is that the former is big enough to afford not to fight, while thevlatter must fight to insure psace. Those water hyacinths in Cow bayou are most beautiful to behold, but they don't look good to those who wish to navigate tha...

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

v ■ V-Í Wk wmm Ifí'ÉP ■'SvíSh ¿I DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE New Orleans to Pacific Coast via P); í:.' !¡éé I I í ifc ?M S % SUNSET ROUTE. SUNSET LIMITED Kl.EGANT EQUIPMENT. SU FEB B SERVICE. OBSEHVATIO* SLEEPIWO OAtm. DI If I NO OARB, UNEXCELLED CUISINE. DAY OO ACHES AND CHAIR OARS: EXCURSION BLEEPEES PROM WABHINOTON. PACIFIC COAST EXP RES* DAY COACHES. CHAIR CARS, PULLMAN BUPPET BLEEPINO CARB, EXCURSION BLEEPINO CAES THROUOH PROM CINCINNATI. CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS AMD NEW ORLEANS. 8. F. tí. MORSE, Pub. Traf. Mgr. Por Information, Write T. J. ANDERSON, JOSEPH HELLEN, Gen. P. A T. A. A. G. P. & T. A. Houston, Texas. * Ift . Im&'s Wi?* ', '-O v ■Iki " ' Kansas City Southern Railway Crow FHm" kansas city to the gulf pamino throuoh a orratrh diversity of climate, «ml and RR0OUBCR than ant other railway in TBS world, por its lbnoth. t Its ltoa in Dm flam lands, sailed for growing smalls Bi tor commercial applaand peach orchards, torot horrrult mps. potato, tomato ami general truel I fornwr...

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

1p m '?} >' { W. H. STARK. t. mué . '' ' ' '- ■. k 3fa 3-irsi 51 = of ©rang*, YOUR BUSINESS IS We Strive <• ke Cewteeu. frea ! CireM «Mi m Utanl ai TRAIN SCHEDULE. Southern Pacific. Bastbound— No. 4 ... No.6 No. 8 No. 10 Westbound— No.3 No. 5 No. 7 No. 9 Arrives. 1:16 pjn. 7:26 a.m. ...... 10:58 p.m. 9:50 am. ^rrlves. 3.15 p.m. ...... 5:53p.m. ...... 6:36 a.m. ...... 8:45p.m. J.0.SM8, Au'tCaMmr Utiiokrt' ■dUB H Ti Ím sod the] I Orange 4 Northwestern. No 21, ly. Orange 7 a. m., ar. Buna 9:15 a. m. No. 1,/ lv. Buna 1: 30 p. m., ar. Or- ange 3:45 p. m. it Dead. year-old daugh- Staten Harria, ome on Seventh (t 2 p. m. today. u quite ill with r several days family did not an today. Then ther, who has r by her bedside of hér lllneea, j resigned her- self to the losa of her treasure. At the time of going to press the hour of interment had not been an- nounced, but It will occur at Evergreen cemetery some time tomorrow. ter of aunt and The little girt summer co but the frii give up ho...

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

, ; III x|>" "If ^ "H 'U|^ * £ ^ f. - v"' -H^P) 1 lw : ISS 0 FMBew of sarr m ■I tí W, .\i 3IATID '¿Mm PRESS. II =£= TEXAS. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. JULY 30, 1903. I i whose aid even Wash- ton would have failed of ess, is a (food example of much is due to the power ie greatest tal- es, a offered mMwmgmm . rv v t,., SMMWS3f,,'.:.v, -At the canal U ; v,> ,7. t' I do not of tke 8. O Spet American ,*11 ■ in vectors in these fscill- Up ,Uf«, It |« reo- thnt they will be in the « for the built, th« pries of •apply in tb« South and will be greatly reduced, M from Chile and Argentina will mm Into competition with the Weat- wkjr to small a per money In inveit- tue bond ami operating abroad a country M col- lUooiünust owing to our extensive "Colombia has many of the world's greet mines, and the Inter conditions na to make the minea remun- itrem*. I nm now pre- Amerloon Instílate of Mining Bngtlaeera a report on the of Colombia with a very «pedal to my own investigations, covering n period of ...

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

PVIPI r* Satered at the Postoffice at Orange. Ten , Class Mall Matter. Oke Tear Suhaerlptlen Rates: 9 00 Thrée Month he S 00 One Monta Advertising Rates on Application. Every Afternoon at 4:80 O'clock. Bun ORANGE, TEXAS, $7LY 80, The question of the boar: "What come of Sabine river development?'' of formation have the within great pipe Wonder if Bully Brown didn't wiggle out, a we predicted, and leave Johnny Gates the bag to hold? - At the rate the Crescent City is adding mac caroni factories it will soon become -known as Maccaroni City. That invasion of bugs in San Antonio does not signify a stiff necked and rebellious people. It signifies bugs. m European politics mark the time as seasona ble for an American Pope, and we do now nomi- nate Cardinal Gibbons. £ Now is the time to buy coal while the dealer is disgusted with his business. Let us take ad vantage of his present infirmities. And once again and not an echo answere Who will build lumber barges and schooners for this great a...

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