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

PQuwr riihwéim 1 j11.1, : ■ =====z~zz=: 1 v ■; m «MM |«fef 5 S ir¡" jsrs £$®fa Meas to Pacific Coast via ily Wauiia SUNSET ROUTE. SUNSET LIMITED AWT EQUIPMENT, SUFEEB HER VICE, OBSERVATION SLEEPING MNINO CAM. UNEXCELLED CUISINE, DAY OOAC«ES AND CAE ; EXCURSION SLEEPERS PROM WASHINOTON 'Pjicite COAST fcXPRXSS DAT OOAOSEE, CHAIR CAM, PULLMAN BUPPET BLEEPING CABS. | EXCURSION SLEEPINO CARS THROUGH PROM CINCINNATI, CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS AND NSW ORLEANS- For Information, Writ* [8. F. B. MOUSE, T. J. ANDERSON, JOSEPH HELLKN, Traf. Mgr. Gea. P. A T. A. A. O. P. & T. A. Houston, Texas. =5= ■apar C3« " KANSAS P 1 THE GULF THSOOOt A QBBATEB DIVERS ITT OF ( AND RESOÜBCB THAN ANT OTHER RAILWAY *. IN THE WORLD. FOB ITS LENGTH. tar | . .. i anfort |oau, it ] FREE GOVERNMENT HOMESTEADS Writ* tor * oopr <* TKSSfiíS ' CUBBJDCT ETETO," published hy the KANSAS CITY SOUTHERN RAILWAY «.C.SWNMU^.^M. f. E. HOCELE*, TKAV. ANO COMPORTABLE HOMES." S.«. WARNER, a. I*. MOT. A., KANSAS err*. MO. . AM OHftS'...

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

mm YOUR BUSINESS IS ife IuÍ^mAém* BiimiI r««aIhI a«J a* I w« atrnc «• if tunwM, vfWBpi urerw am ii i AkMtat' '«Nly. quant ~ RBFIN-Í Jy29-tf. « for FOR RfflNT-A dwell! Him street; apply to CAN, SR. r ■ & • • ••-•:•< Local and Personal. J, B. Crawford, of Silabee, 1b In the city today. " J. K. Lewis, of Houston, is In the, city on buslnes8~ E. C. Coffin, of Jennings, La., Is here on a prospecting trip. Hon. C. A. Teagle, the well known Beaumont attorney, spent the after- noon in Orange yesterday. Carl P. Pannewltz, manager of the the Orange Lumber company, is spend- ing the day at Lake Charles on busi- ness. Wm. Duffy, one of the Higgins Oil company's seamen. Is here for a few days' vacation while the vessel on which he serves is undergoing repairs. ' Lyman Herring and Bob Catron re- turned last nigbt from San Francisco where they have been for the past two months on a combined pelasure and prospecting trip. ' i Miss Bella Jacobs and Mr. J. M. Ja- cobs, of Lake Charles, are her...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 31 July 1903

■ ''¡¡Mi ■ft. MM ;.S v.-'. :;• V¿!,;v¿ .-;:;av £.. i 'y'" 'i 11 imiwiiwnfiiiwnm*!'ri m m ninwirinummwww lvwibwhwimmwi^ ORANGE, TEXAS, FRIDAY AFTERNOON. JULY 31. 1903. NUMBER 108 a p. b. Trt w The Financier of the Revelation, without whose aid even Wash- ington would have failed of success, is a tf<>od example of ' how much is due to the power of money. The greatest tal- ents and the most brilliant ¿énius ate alike powerless without Us help. Therefore avail youraelf of the financial advantages offered by this bank. Ik li-f J & *1' wfjm. f v' UJt€J Ml ill Cardinals in Solemn Conclave Following Mass this Morning Cardinal Gibbons Criticises Cardinal Rampotla for Throw- ing Over friends of the Church for the Purpose of1 Currying Favor with Other Governments. By Associated Presa. terday criticised ZVAii mfnta, no matter thrown Into the mp i e News ii tfec Case M doBgra are la rtf- p*c> ■ v J una Pwtoo. m Mtreas, aul- Chtca*o by ahootln* politicé, died at De«ia£gí ^ do—I Oudir...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 31 July 1903

ífip II HnSÉ^ q IMiif M V'-: ; A at II Olass Mall Matter. One Year . «x Mentha Subscription Rates: ..96 00 Three Months .. 8 00 One Month ... Wú .... w |1 #0 so Advertising Rates on Application. Issued Every Afternoon at 4:30 O'clock, Sundays Excepted ORANGE, TEXAS, JULY 81, 1908. m: FOR DEEP WATER. h:'r: S¡- mm- Oil ¡#f;« m fiml fc|4n r propnets. ** we are net* U - W4#,V! The business men ot Orange kbow a (food when tbey see it, and are advertising in the' une. It brings tbe business. "In the North Sea lived a whale," but they going to have him at the St. Louis e: He is seventy-eight feet long and eleven feet Ool. Walter D. Bettis is Grand Master of tl Ancient Order of United Workmen. The honors' are crowding thick upon Orange and ave fa1l-|| ing upon eminently worthy shoulders. Hla, mMMmt -"«Hi m m Below the Enterprise reproduces a news item that appeared in the Port Arthur Evening News of Wednesday: "Tbe British steamer Stratbmore, in going to sea yesterday, went aground in tbe c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 31 July 1903

I;' mP ■KW SI hit #ÜNSET W) SUI'EHB SBRVICE, OBSERVATION SL.XEPINU ÍBXCBLUBO CUISINE, DAY «MCHES ANO ILMWM FROM WABBIBOTOit COAST EXPRESS PULLiMAN BUFFET BLKICP1KO CARS. THROUGH FROM CINCINNATI, CHICAOO, mmm llfll m Traf. ' ' «Ü Information, Write f T. J. ANDERSON, < Geli. P. 4 T. A. A. G. Houston, iLLEN, * T. A. ?ilPi ss= IPCpíttíJ ... . mm m. ay :-V I the gulf DIVERSITY I THAN ANT OTHER i -WAT Wimm ill WWiMHnMlc FREE GOVERNMENT HOMESTEADS n. corn. tu. .ajSXSrap! ~¡2F£ ? í w*m * ac*y O^CSMUDÍT Vnnra," pabushsdbrtbe kansas CITY SOUTHERN railway TUB WORT UNB TO AND COMPORTABLE HOMES." ' 1 , c-■••#885 r. t. ROtStgB, TRRV. BARS. ANDIMW'N ART., KANSAS CITY, ttO. V J 1 111 M 11 ill It Ml 11 H Mil HI 1 111 111 I H ■ 1 : For a Business or Pleasure Trip, Tie ■ ■ má & mm i 111111 illiii STANDS UNEXCELLED. Tbe only line with through service to Xmms City, St. bsmls, CUcaft and Denver, and all the principal sum- mer resorts of tbe North. Tbe Santa Fe dining stations are tbe finest in tbe...

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

¿.'i'.ffr>'íh : l'a:; .íl'i..''%'1.. mmmm IB ii|S€« 2 >.•• "■ — Í«M' • | '>' *vv ? $'• 1 i • . ■ ■ MEMBClt OF TMI ASSOCIATED PRESS. ' .....i — ORANGE, TEXAS, SATURDAY AFTERNOON, AUGUST 1. 1903. NUMBER 109 = Shirt Waists New Owners Wanted HEAP, staple shirt Waists; pretty, servicable shirt waists; dainty high grade shirt its; elaborate stylish shirt rsists; all have been heaped in it 4 lots. Not one lawn or waist In our store Is omit* from this gathering. Here the August Clearance sale that will change their place. ll shirt waists that were /ft- , «1.25, «1.85 and «1.50 at 05C All shirt waists that we?e «1.85, «2, «2.85 and «2.50 |1 nj All skirt waists that were «175 $S and «8.50 if: WMMSBM Clearance Sale at = 7 HE PROGRESSIVE STORt^ >*••• • • • « All shirt waists that were «4 í^.f^4.f. $2.99 Shouldn't áeie i :\ií Prices Sell 'em Ont? Ladies' Skirts At Cnt Friten Our buyer exercised extreme care to see that all our skirts were properly cut. In direct contrast to bis metho...

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

(¡P'¡ [ of being able to oar * line of good! which are one- qualed apon os to greater effort in a8*rohin¿ the mhr-' bets for the best there la. We think thin present offer of is a good proof that we have been suc- cessful in securing goods of remark- able value These things have all the feature which make them desirable and no bad points at alL W. P. McFARLAND The Jeweler. *Tron Works 9. IRrTjWin, Prop. «pent a few da) High Island, retu •r/ !• / ••• ■ • á / Wm ' : ■ ■ Mfcr CONDWCWBI) BY M. MM<i. CAtTHRLINC en Achenb*oh. Messrs Bancroft, F. H. Farwell and Lutcher Stark and Donald ReTn. With Misa Mantle. The young society .'set are having a great deal of fun lately and aa there la only one month more of vacation they expect to have big times lor the mmam-j- Js I >■ '. i . ' i 4Si The Best Bread, Pies and Cakes.* %w m CAKB8 AND PIES DAILY. . ji.''■'$$$ "M Holl it out half If : ( s&iiitei' BAPTIST LADIES' AID SOCIETY— President—Mrs. J. A. Holland. Secretary—MrB. Warren Windham...

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

Pí;! fj, •• 4r^> * •' I "' ' ■-I--J-7' f k Daily TmtMNli Saturday, August, f, - $8 I Mk ««« -«■ -. -£fi HI 'estors, Gentlemen and Ladles: Hi 1ra?mLm<w5MMWfoW)!d iMv.íWmv' ;W¡ 'tfWaB?: Tt this day mail you the papers requested. SARATOGA OIL LOTS ARB POPULAR BECAUSE thfey join the proven field. BECAUSE they are high, fine property. \ BECAUSE they are worth the money for a home. y BECAUSE they may be worth 1000 per cent more than cost price in 90 days. BECAUSE they are a sure, safe and conservative investment for anyone Join yowr friend an<l tehfe three together, end get a I speak to e friend and find he think. Uke you. Vrite why they are the property. t a large dleconnt. BEE 1 Yon will be surprised if you oa and we will give you our Ideas as to lccation end New Cresby, BEAUMONT. TEXAS. 5. M. SCOTT REALTY CO. ■y-Vy'-t.*'- t¿\ tí PLUCKING SHEEP. f. í'i| itr If 1 FREE I*,.,;. y , I 'I '• * - ''v ¿UJ J | ,;ym A JUNIOR RANGE ON SEPT. 15ih ■ ii- To Some Girl Under 14 Yews of Age. I...

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

=£= i mk «ÉI GOTO THE • .> ÉS < ¿tu B¡ v. 4A f* wpm SfORTIHí COODS FOE EVERYTHING IN Sportsman's Supplies. Peter's aad V, M. C. Loaded Sheila and Metallic Goods THE IDEAL TRAP SHELL IS A RECORD BREAKER High average trap shooters use this Shell. Just as easy to get the best; it costs no more tbab' trap shells of other m<L Ir os See us for Fine Guns, Rifles, Revolvers, Hunting Knives, Game Bags, Game Carriers, Hunting Coats and Belts, Gun Cases and Scabbards; in fact everything needed is found at our place. Use Tomelson's Gun Cleaner; guaranteed not to scratch the finest barrels and will positively remove all rust and powder stains. We sell them. Rubber Recoil Pads, made with patent air chamber. Makes the hardest kicks easy. Call and See Us. Cor. Fourth and Front Streets. Sabine Supply Co. : m '■! X Place pour orders for Rubber Stamps, Stencils, Seals, Etc. i WITH W. C. GRIGGS Book and Stationery Store. GALVESTON PRICES. A A Exprés aad Postage Saved COLUMN W. B. Simmons DENTI...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 1 August 1903

JgggjftimR .¿vpi |Mi| ÍW ^ ||S| ■ mémJk \ Qrr The Habit-Co To mMi** lJtf'4S% *-« <1 m FULL BLAST! =ss X M; ¡wSpj ■ .■■■■ MANY WILDCAT WffLLS. «*". i"í*"v f$ ■ rlltor Momli mm Lato H This Work, M Woll m In Regular gleld. Tens, July II—The correspondent yesterday talked Contractor A. W. Htall, gbout en eral condition of drilling. He $ ff1 • ' " f t ' ' ! % lava a aamber of rige st work, ta almost as many placee there, are rigs. i Hear talk «boat Top being dull, bat 1 an hoe- a** walls there today, end. ere others. | tad that those will km «boat all that they ««a mm time to eome. thiag that wlU probably la- the moet la the n amber oI wells belug bored. I think are a great many, Judging from of Inquiries I have. Al- dally I get requests for drilling la aew fields. I hare two ii«s aow doing daty on "wildcat" tor* rltory. Oae of tbeee Is for the Big Moand Oil company. nine miles weet of Beaumont 1 would not be at all to oeo something show up of the aMSt Interacting nature Tbaa, too. th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 1 August 1903

hr ¡ i miKI® w Ilium III DailyTribune -'t, * «IN LITHOGRAPHING OO. Chas. M. Rein, President. Altered at the Postoffice «t Orange. Tew, Class Hall Matter. One Tear . Bix Months Subscription Kate : |6 00 Three Months 3 00 One Month ... .1150 . 60 Advertising Rates on Application. laaued Every Aft|rnoon at 4:30 O'clock, Sundays..Excepted. ORANGE, TEXAS, AUGUST 1, 1908. THE OIL REFINERY, ' ^ I The Orange Oil and Refining: company, writing to its subscribers from its New \ ork office, has this, among Other things, to say: We are getting most encouraging reports from Mr. Hanford all the while. Our prop- erty at Sour Lake is worth many times what it cost us and the property on Spindletop is turning out to be of great value. The greatest values, however, seem to be at Orange, where, as Mr. Corti sa^s, we have every reason to expect to find a large oil field and where our refining operations will be " conducted. Our properly at Orange is immense in extent and bids fair to be of immense value...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 1 August 1903

fcrU ips I I i mi -lili i.liHliilml!- ' yty'l ti OUR GREAT m~ mM- io 15 DAYS OF BARGAINS! ■'>••* • ■ •• • • , ■ • ■ : * ■. i, . , b m ■'. ., "i •• ' PíK'fj '? v; - g<v-v,'( ' \£¿>■ v j& „ Vai' ^ , .,•' i,, • " ^ Saturday, August 1, níii ■ ■ ni SEMI-ANNUAL ikhhhh ' i .i,' mm. ■ l - 1 / "> ■ ,w ■/y. • ■■.. i¡!£- vj¿ ,¿- '■ ■ ■■■■'■• ■■■: .. ■' - - 1- WILL BEGIN Hraa MONDAY, , AUGUST 3, AT EIGHT O'CLOCK A. /VI. as t—HQt 11^1 I B|l"„ .. ■BET: J§i HTHIS GREATEST of BAR- GAIN EVENTS will be inaugurated by the selling of 1.000 yards 30-inch Brown Do- mestic, in short lengths from i to 10 yds in piece, at fhe ex- tremely low price of ic per yard. Not over 10 yard to one customer, and aot tor sale to small merchants. —— 't kind, kind, 40C kind, kind, kind, kind, kihd, kind, kind, | 7ic kind, 9c kind, Wash Goods now ... now — now — now. now ... now.... now— now.... now now • • • 'fÍA#,#' • a * « « «. * * K I • * < * « • i * • w/w 47e Iff JJr lit 23c ■\ Iff 13c lit 9kc 3c 3k...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 1 August 1903

i the city. C. F, 1 A. Gunstream, Sec. m i benefit of oar tt dWl r to the management by to- ; ub of any changes made in the directory of any lodge or so- published herein. CITY OFFICERS. ,,k • f M'' George W. Bancroft, Mayor; F. M. Pond, Marshal; w. M. Ounstream, Treasurer; M. A. Watson, Assessor. ... Those | r"°* Rosebud Lodge, No. 3681, ©. U. O. O. F. Meets second and fourth Tuesday nights In Odd Fellows Hall. R. T. Hubert, N. O,; L. W. Hubert, P. 8. Household of Ruth, No. SfL Meets first and third Thursday nights at Odd Fellows Hall. LallleBoy. kin, M, K. 0.; Cora Boykln, W. R. COUNTY OFFICERS. Í W W. J. Wingate, County Judge; C. L Goodman, County and dlstrlet clerk; M. M. Johnson, Sheriff; H. H. Russell, Treasurer; Geo. Foreman, Jr. Assessor. POSTOFFICE. General delivery hours from 7 a. m. to 6 p. m. General delivery on Sunday Nfrom 9:30 to 10:30 a. m. All mail should be mailed fully thir- ty (minutes before the departure of trains. R. J. Looney, postmaster. STAR MAIL ROUTE. Oea...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 1 August 1903

vHM I •I& V' . -'í! """ "***"iirTT'" ni 11 miiffrt^imiii'iiwtititMi^i i i: n-ng. wwíwm .AY, AUI ' ' : % iBPrJPir. i;"vVí-i"í,-J f« I "■ ,$';IÍÍS mmB éiiiÉi ^|S:8|É:?pii ^>,®Nsr*r i. Piíl s ~ MMM • "■ i; ■ " . „ ,. . _ ^mSKm: fK« # ictory, but Listen: v WX¡- OUR LINE OF m m m If you are not our customer, give us a trial order and you will )• '' «*#•< ,vVí,i ' 'T' V i* * * ' i ' l. * ,! <" ■ •' ' ■ • ' . , \ , 1 .■ ; ;■..: .• "• • understand the advantages tve offer. N. BURTON, SR., Vfc-rv;' 1 • • , '•■• ■, . .;■ Ii\i J? • • "v; ■•. ; | . '. \i; • • /tjf- ( ■ ■ \ , FIFTH STREET Old Phone 267 ********** i= •■0/% ; .".vl E*Ií¡Éli I ' Ü sasmsm Itches at the Fair far* they have gotten tlwtr rice supply from Europe. The estimated oonnump- tton IB Cube la about 100.000.000 ' Orleans StitM. Dr. Knapp, m mob m his mission In St Louie Is accomplished, will go to Washington to take up some oC tbe Southern plantxproblems with the Bu- reau of Plants. Tobacco culture Is be- lag develo...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 1 August 1903

Ml ■Mmm k , § k • we carry the most complete line of ffeáí N? iMHINlrillttlHiM f i ft are always pleased tQ show you our stock. McLEAN & CURRY SV-"' ; 11 Hf ABOUT YOUK PHONE OKDEKS \/\/rE would like to have tbem and we are going to de- liver them quickly in tbe future -and, by the way, we have a twenty-five cent preparation for cleaning Sir *' Hats. Include a bo* in your next order and surprise your bus- band, father or brother. Of course, it is at the GATE CITY DRUG STORE Origina.tors of Everything Good and Now. , ' v In Selecting a Watch, Clock. Diamond or Jewelry yon wan¿ tbe tost—the kind that are backed op by a re- liable guarantee. We are con- ritly searching tbe markets for newest and best, hence we invite yon to oome and reap the bendita derived in securing re- liable goods at the lowest possi- ble prioe We Make a Specialty of Fine Watch, Clock and Jew- elry Repairing, and fit Glasses in a scientific manner. THE PALACE JEWELRY STORE JOE LUCAS. A SaHar •( Bravery. What th...

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

hhHII fc&a. mámm m m ■?M^r * ■ i VtO I >' ill —- — SST. |' Iif liO-oWf^il ...rt! KM Furniture IN THIS SUCTION / WE HAVE THE FAMOUS Ruck Stoves and Ranges ALL TBI WAV FIOH 17.00 TO $70.00. See Ihem. We have a great variety of FINE MATTINGS that ÉiBi i we offer at reasonable prices. - UNI BUILDING. NO. I . Jl JL.ft HpHu m ILE6 i •he Spoke. — j becoming cloth , at that set Kerr off; nlng smile upon her In fact, you could not,# At anything ahe wore; But. tell It with a pane. She «polled It orten. when aha Vlth unbecoming slang. —Philadelphia Bulletin A Sene* of the Romantic. "So you think your prospective oon- tn-luw la a paragon?" "Certainly not," answered Mr. Com rox. "If we lack word to describe him we certainly should not think of going to prosy old geometry for them/'— Washington Star. Livery mad Transfer Stable L.L.RICHARD Ml Catviage V«rh Sonsoboslng. We] * iatafM>| by our 518 Mmtm Street Yw'm TrM All Others mmtA failed to got satisfaction la tb« quality ond jom Orooery...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 1 August 1903

i^f—V.fmWW f )VYWW't.'lIHWf* i"Wf1ff ibmwmwwbmwbbwmimmmwwbbmmwí IwwBiíl | |m«nm í; ; 1 ♦• .• Kí? ■, ■■ '■:■■ .¡■■■-- " v"' • ■;.. ■ ■■ •'■'■:í,;. -■•'•- ¿ .áfcftA.-' «JiSli M&l I' rí|iW0íPP:: |||. fMWMm M tíhWMf^W; mmii mti Esf: -.rsv, Mil: íí; - lÉir , • i '. WÍJ1- ¿ti h •' ' ' i< ^ >: ■ 0Íl l'#P«i - ' :í' ;•, ' r oí, '-v". HE SUCCESSFUL MAN "snaps up" the chances the moment t the surface. Unfortunate is he who promises himself to morrow r liii:ri'*f$n 'l7*" rSv ««ft if time and the best possible use of their money. These sledge-hammers are hurled m$ I I t fM W iMíílP WifelSiL " vmimm in «I it is better to buy from old-time acquaintances and jolly good fellows, charg- ing you 15 per cent for their services, or to buy direct from ^ ^ ^ ?!r, v ítVi" v! ■.' til '!, Mmmk la . ' 1 I Headquarters For Low Prices |k . í;; ■ ORANGE. TEXAS SI m ^ ' a i mm Men's Suits. Special Bargains. A Good Values 50 per cent cheaper than any one else in town. Don't fall to note our prices: 10.00...

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

: :;-s«1 ' '• . mí:M J v J V . S|',f '■ ' t . 11 mm BMML ifimM ■w m~*i UK ' &«*;>; -J uaQ :mmm MEMBER OP THE ASSOCIATED PRE88. I— ,. ''I'-" '< ■ ■ f . . .igT^J"iir • ■■ ■ = 2 ORANGE, TC^AS. MONDAY AFTERNOON, AUGUST 3. 1903. NUMBER 110 Pp v ,"d • pwj ■MMMRnRRMHmMIIIP^W ,y «JMMHPlflffl The Financier of the Revplutlon, without whose aid even Wash- ington would have failed of «Ucceas, is a pood example of how much is due to the power of money. The greatest tal- ents and the mbst brilliant Igenius are alike powerless without its help. Therefore avail yourself of the financial advantages offered by this ■bank. * The Orange National Bank. ORANOB, TEXAS. SB To the Jetties Ml kcr at i o'clock JetUos after vaMtes •ossewbnt Hr..¡Ml | Mfpii Wilson says h# will not do «tata. «u Meal for a steam- rld*. MM! til* few llltl* «bower* oily •pfwrtTrhf party h«d of «rest «Donmt. mmumt touched nowhere. The M. Allen tu pUMd aad Sabine Piu (old town) the ftt M> *«am hip in port from Ji * Both ...

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

fWjtBSH «ta Postoffice at Orange, T«sas, M Class Mail Matter. BR/' mk WW® Hjfífí ft . Tear . Moo the Subscription Rates: ... 6 0Q Three Month ... 3 00 One Month ... SO Advertising Bates on Application. Issued Every Afternoon at 4:30 O'clock. Sundays Exceptad. ORANGE, TEXAS, AUGUST 8, 1908. to We have no majesty tmAmmnm'mi-. thing r hoodl ffo ' WHY WE SHOULD HELP THE RIFLES, There are a dozen good reasons, not the half of which it is necessary to mention. The company is an Orange institution. It has made anjunusually high rating on in- spection. The membership is composed of home young men, many of whom are members of leading fam- ilies. The community owes them some consideration for the fact that patriotism alone leads the boys to enlist. They have to drill hard and tediously, receive no remuneration and are at actual personal ex- pense and sacrifice to maintain the organisation. They are subject to call at any time on dangerous duty, and when they go on the public service tbey are ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 3 August 1903

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