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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 3 August 1903

tism&i --wmwi W M< w t'iiwpwwi KfeSí. w.w.Ktm 'í';. irst of ©rouge, 3"«xa . ÍS-m YOUR BUSINESS IS SOLICITED. Wt Slrbt t h Cwst—i, *«■ « CartM («4 • Liberal ai CmuiimI with AbMtotr .i-jf üwiüri T ",,lt In er- 11 r lV« • Ife" ■fiíW'/v' rtmh'J] < •. m In Selecting a Watch, Clock, Diamonds or Jewelry yon wani the beat—the kind that aré backed ap by a re- liable guarantee . We are con- stantly searching the markets for the newest and best, hence we invite yon to come and reap the benefits derived- in securing re- liable goods at the lowest poou* ble price. We Make a Specialty of Fine Watch, Clock and Jew- elry Repairing, and fit Glasses in a scientific manner. THE PALACE JEWELRY STORE Liak Building. JOE LUCAS. Wi' sir . Local and Personal. | >«aosea oaea®® E, M. Gentry spent Sunday in Beau- mont. F. A. Peoples spent Sunday with relatives in BeauiAont. Donald H. McLeod was a viBltor to the Greasy City yesterday. Sour Pickles. Sweet Pickles, Queen Olives. G. W. BALL, Phono 120...

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

MEMBKft Or THfc A8SOO(ATCD PRESS. fc^yÉii'ir' < *i*Mk The Ftnmhrierof the Revolution, without whose aid even Wash- ington would have failed of success, is a good example of how much is due to the power of money. The greatest tal- ents and the most brilliant gteiiius are alike powerless without its help. Therefore avail yourself of the financial advantages offered by this bank. ORANGE. TEXAS. TUESPAY AFTERNOON, AUGUST 4. 1903. i. Patriarch of Venice Is Now Pope Pius X The New Pope is a Learned Ecclesiastic Who Has Not Mixed in Politics—impressive Ceremonies ih Rome Today —News Appéárs Satisfactory to the World. The Orange National Bank. oftAiwe, ,TMM. est 4 «4 Through Oil Sand m The driller* who are siskins the artesian well beck of tho plaat of U« Oruga lee. Light and Water Works Co.' plant yesterday afternoon ed through a sand strata about three feet ta depth which ««* '—f a# dloatlons at «south value to tnetlfr then In making a statement that If the wall was stopped at that dep...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 4 August 1903

*J«étoá lWK*<f$k , / \ i'Jí i Mall Matter. [: á; • ím Subscription Rat *: , .$B 00 Three Monti ., « 00 - One Month .... Advertising Rates on Application. .91 90 . 60 Issued Everjr Afternoon st 4:30 O'clock, Bundaya Excepted. OBAPÍGE, TEXAS, AUGUST 4, 1908. They i .'If THE EDITORIAL SCISSORS Several newspapers have been discussing the use of the shears by the makers of editorial pages. The Bur- lington Hawkeye contributes this to the discussion: '%et there be no mistake about this matter. The editor who uses the shears intelligently can not be classed as a lazy editor. Be it understood that to read and under- stand and appreciate the writings of others, and be able to cull from the thought -pf fellow editors the gist of his argument so as to give t#e readers the -benéfit, is a task in comparison with which the writing of a long and ponderous leading editorial 'is child's play- To have the mind capable of recognizing and culling the gems of thought from exchanges is not laziness. T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 4 August 1903

■/JKBSmm ¡g$ l&Mfe #P¡S* "enroBIS iaMaWwfeii ■riiMií'« iKiSi' ■ / p¡! pinion nii bnri.«¡<it~iiii't"tii' ¿ti MÚW. |n|,H If'if i l,fjlll,|l. Hy ummary of the News GO TO THE Sabine Supply Co. FOR EVERYTHINGim Sportsman's Supplies. DOUBLE DAILY 8ERVÍ¿C New Orleans to Pacific Coast via Pm wW§¡ >2 "wm OLA SKETCHED Jij byron ymlliam3 *fO*T W«i ^tooos Peter's and V. M. C. Loaded Sheila and Metallic Goods THE IDEAL TRAP SHELL IS A RECORD BREAKER SUNSET R C09ffi mmm mf mi ^SUNSET LIMITED KLEGINT KQUIPMKNT. BUi'BRB SERVICE, OBSERVATION BLSEPINO OA BR DINING CARS. UNEXCELLED CUISINE, DAY COACHES AND CHAIBOAHH; EXCURSION SLEEPER PRON WASHINGTON. PACIFIC COAST EXPRESS DAY COACHES. OH AIR CARS. PULLMAN BUPPET SLEEPlNQ CABS EXCURSION SLEEPIMO CASS THROUGH PROM CINCINNATI. OHICAUO, ST. LOUIS AND NRW ORLEANS. Por Information, Write F. tí. MORSE, T. J. ANDERSON, JOSEPH HELLEN, Traf. Mgr. Gen. P. A T. A. A. O. P. A T. A. Houston, Texas. _ .. KANSAS CITY TO THE OULF PAJMINO THROUOH •on. and na...

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

m- ro i- v, Linun. im-í- !w ftatoMiaM 1 of ©range, 3 ««o . YOUR BUSINESS IS SOLICITED. W« SlrHrt Ni kt CwrtMH, Pn«s1 C reW W ■> UhSMl M CMtistent with ASMtefr '«fely. « I I! 1 mm 1 In Sefecting a Wafbh, Clock, Diamonds or Jewelry you wan; the tes<—the kind that are backed np by a re- liable guarantee. We are con- stantly searching the markets for the newest and best, hence we invite yon to come and reap the benefits derived in securing re- liable goods at the lowest possi- ble price. We Ma/re a Specialty of Fine Watch. Clock and Jew- elry Repairing, and fit Glasses in a scientific manner. THE PALACE JEWELRY STORE Llak Building. JOE LUCAS. The Gate City Bar is the entrance to THE .COOLEST PLACE IN TOWN. You will find every- thing of the best, and ■* the service up-to-date. Give us a call. L. D. WRIST, - Prop. L. L. RICHARD High-Class Blacksmithinf and Carriage Work Expert Horseshoeing. We prevent and core interfering by our method. 518 Mala Street. Easlin ¿o Starks Uvcry and Tr...

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

*m?wm «SJPP iW'í j% ' If'JWfS '<V / V^'Í.Í^Tíl^ " .V/ *V\l \ • ■.' * /'.; ■ J';' V'1,.' ',7 1 \ /';'• 1.", > ■ $ 1 >'' i'li a '«®W üi¡B ;M) mm ...i -.;j:yMitú'íík /'"' ■••• r< ■;■- M ..;:';á. liliHKii JlPBRSilfB t , ' .: -.1 ; : ... ■' . l< i:''' ■- J ll¿ MEMBER OP THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. AME 2 í|ST|®ví^.: ■$$*$$!> i"'^''' 1.1,,.11.-.; ., _ , , ^ _ „,,- — ORANGE, TEXAS. WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON. AUGUST 5, 1903. ■¿■a* NUMBER 112 M m M" '4 ü ;.t i .' : pj i A Í Pi fs É$f! WM tlutlon, without whose aM even Wash- ington would have failed of «necea , is a good example of to the pow l«— how much is due to ttte power of money. The greatest tal- ents and the most brilliant genius are alike pówerless without ¡til help. Therefore avail yourself of the financial advantages ottered by this bank. e National Bank. HANOI!, TEX AH. Beaumont m p. Tb* Independent lose distance tele- Beaumont Enterprise phone 11dm ot Te*aa, ltno«r m the Thar* wat a feria «tabbing affray Commercial Telegraph...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 5 August 1903

■ M,' GPRS ir^mwasH •f SSS85= = OM TW . Months ...ffi 00 ... 8 00 Three Month* One Month ... • .9-01, 91 w so Advertising Ratea on Application. Issued Every Afternoon at 4:80 O'clock, Sundays Excepted. ORANGE, TEXAS, AUGUST 5, 1908. SI im MR' rue jexas milling center. Civic competition is the natural result of healthy human effort, and when friendly its ef- fects are excellent for all concerned. Just new ti two great North Texas commercial centers, Dallas and Port Worth, are engaged in friendly rivalry over which should properly be designated as the Texas milling center. The Dallas News contends that its city comes first and states that according to estimates of a prominent miller, the acreage of wheat this year in Dallas county is fully 50,000.' The crop amounts in all to about 750,000 bushels, and its average price is 70c per bushel. This shows $525,000 brought to the county by its wheat crop alone. "But it is to Dallas city that the j^onor belongs of being the foremost milling po...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 5 August 1903

VfZs* ' m. • £ tól'iiSÉ isa .. :,•*« ^ A '. ;,: 7W&S*''' i. '■' * J |K j* %.v a-, • SUNSET LIMITED KLEO*NT EttDIPMBlh, 0ITMHUB SERVICE. OBSERVATION RLEEPINO CAR , 1)1 NI NO CARS, UNEXCELLED CUISINE, DAV CHACHES AND CHAIR CAR ! EXCURSION SLEEPERS FROM WASHINGTON. PACIFIC COAST EXPR-ESS DAV COACHES. CHAIR CARS. PULLMAN DUE PET SLEEPING CARS. EXCURSION SLEEPING CARS THROUUH FROM CINCINNATI, CHICAGO, ST. tOVU AND NSW ORLEANS. Por Information. Write F. tí. MOUSE, T. J, ANDERSON, JOSEPH HELLEN, >asS Traf. Mgr. Get : P. * t. A. A. G. P. 6 T. A. '«* Houston, Texas. mm C. 8. !■ ■ .,.. JSP ¡ I* •I i thd ni ri ta Í Ajniti . t1Vi■ TUROOOH ■OIL AND THAN ANT OTHER BAXLWAT FOB 1TB LENGTH. K£i FREE OOVBRNM8NT HOMESTEADS to twanty-flr* dollar* or mor per arre. Writ tot a copy of " CUBBJCNT " KANSAS CITY IMS SHORT LW8 TO •«INEXPENSIVE ANO COMPORTABLE HOMES. * EJtT EVENTS," pubUiihed bjr the SOUTHERN RAILWAY C. E. SWINDELL, D. P. A. . te x Alt KA M A, ttx. ' t. I. ROESLER, TRAV. PASS. AN | AOT....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 5 August 1903

wM, ■ ., vS-w ' "■"fc-rr .1 ' -• * p* ^SHSste..'.' 1689. mt _/Rational of Grange, ¿Texas. ? YOUR,BUSINESS IS SOLICITED. N W« Strive to be CMrtMM. fr«*ft CartfM asd u JJSwsl •• Cmmusi with AbttMr Mfeijr, SWÍ Bright and Catchy is the new shipment of Sheet Music just received at The Palace Jewelry Store. Call and try it over on one of onr new Qronewall Pianos. JOE LUCAS Utk BaiUUn*. The Gate City Bar is the entrance to THE COOLEST PLACE IN TOWN. ¿¡&i- You will find every- thing of the best, and the service up-to-date. Give us a call. L. D. WRIST, - Prop. l. l. richard Hifh-Class Blacksmithing 1 sad Carriage Work ..... Expert Horseshoeing. We prevent and core interfering by onr method. Bffiri'V 518 Main Street. stiik 4 Starks > Uvery W: mm and Transfer Stable PHone 171 f>Tf '•'V ' Tren Works C. W. tOetmriam*, Wrap. Manufactured In first ala« style, chinery, best material beat workman. Jt!l kind* af wi mads and repaired. Smoke- 4 staoka, blowers, sheet iron work, work for mills...

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

Mr n mmm: mmm :Wm IP ===== ">■' . * ■; MKMBBfl OF THE ASSOCIATE O PRESS. VOLUME 2 ORANGE, TEXAS, THURSDAY AFTERNOON, AUGUST 6, 1903. NUMBER 113 w íM¡ Jf§ m The Financier of the Revolution, without whose aid even Wash- ington would have failed of success, is a good example of bow much is due to the power of money. The greatest tal- ents and the most brilliant genius are alike powerless without its help. Therefore avail yourself of the financial advantages offered by this bank. The Orange National Bank. ORANGE* TEXAS. le Hew ■ 0.4N.W. wMi m The Ormase A Northwestern put* on ft new aebedele nest Sunday. Be- ginning 8un<lay morning the north bound train ieeves Orase At 6: JO In atoad o(T 9: IS, M heretofore. The «loath bound Imtm Bonn on the old schedule, 1:10 p. a., and arrives In Onus* «VSftt u at preeeat. The change In the morning train la made ta order to make room for the new tag train which the .rand puts on Mon- day morning This log train Is the Erst Step la the delivery of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 6 August 1903

M: Chas. M. 1 tetered at the Class Hall Matter. Tasas, Os Tear . Hit Months Subscription Rates: . .$6 00 Three Months . .. tm One Mo th 1 W ' M W Advertising Ratea on Application. lamed Every Afternoon at 4:30 O'clook, Sundays Excepted. ORAriGE, TEXAS, AUGUST 0, 1908. = The question of the hour: /'Who's lost a cotton mill?" If a bicyclist would cuss out the president for not giving him the road, what would an automan do? mmtmm Farm and Ranch notes that those who pur- chase of firms that advertise regularly rarely have cause to complain of not getting their money's worth. If they have just cause of com plaint they get their money back. mm littl# Known but iiw V/OuieaerRCy. m If yon don't believe the. Tribune reaches the people try an ad in the classified column and be thoroughly convinced. • Chicago now claims a population nearer three than two million. Chicago doesn't stop at claim- ing everything in sight. The South to-day is the present realisation of the land flowing with milk an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 6 August 1903

*• 'r/t .#i i,! V j 'Vv<¿íf p f i 111 nng ami débil- of it. Vincent, Indies*, on account of the the volcano Idnffrk're. steamsh'g lliiék upo to he ! under grant*JUtiud by the loan government, Olne ia to run rben Mexican gulf iort* and Car- aca [porta, and /he other la to run between Mexico ghA Central and touth America. Secretary Root ha#given notice that no more resignation of army officer* will b« accepted «ilea* the reaaona given by tbe \ ppl l/ant* are exception ally Htrong. The State Ílal notice I Sarta a* tve at Rome The War Otlt the Inv littaur'a cont with glove* the scandal O. W. Clal charge of tment facnlVed of- election of Card!- * •- -rc™- ment will not per- ón of Congreaaman aupply the Army but will probe ® '•• A"'i waa «treated on the Abner Oalnea at November, 1901, to be aa ac- ;sr-x Alé., terkms Johnson A negro ljr wound bent on and M N. C.. baa on account of hler, T. W d hef daugh- to 10 into 11q< shortage* who baa Georgia legtalature tiblng a lobby scandal. Me...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 6 August 1903

X 't 'wMl! ' pfc... ÉtiKi' M) Éífei ifs'mn WaUuM tea* 3U iJiT«t 3\ationa of ©range, d*<«oi. YOUR BUSINESS IS SOLICITED W« Strive 1 ** CmvMw, Pr«or« CtreTwt m4 • UMr i u Cwuatwt w t ASuhrtr * f«n TRAIN SCHEDULE. and Catch9 it the new shipment of Sheet Music just received at The Palace Jewelry Store. Call and try it over on one of onr new Granewall Piano#. JOE LUCAS Link Building. The Gate City Bar is the entrance to THE COOLEST PLACE IN TOWN. You will find every- thing of the best, and the service op-to-date. Give «8 a call. L. D. WRIST, - Prop. L. L. RICHARD Hifh'Class Blacksmithing and Carriage Work Expert Horseshoeing. We prevent and oare interfering by oar method. 518 Main Street. Eastin 4 Storks Livery and Transfer Stable 171 Orange Iron Works €. W. nttfarlamt, Pr*r- • Jill kinds of t macfyint Work * Manufactured and repaired I In first class style. Beet ma- chinery, beet material and 1 beat workmen. ! Jill kinds of 5 tin and \Sbtft1rou Work i made and repaired. Smoke • stack...

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

) \3wJ0jMH m M ®ÜÍ; ni ■y ¿mSm ílli £S= #$íte IME2 == i 1 -■ ." —-*-• MEMBER Of THE A3800IATCD PRESS. ORANGE, TEXAS. FRlbAY AFTERNOON* AUGUST 7, 1903. NUMBER 114 a &/M the Financier of the Revolution, without whose aid even Wash- ington would have failed of ailcceas, is a pood example of bow much is due to the power of money. The greatest tal- ents and the most brilliant genius are alike powerless without Its help, Therefore avail yourself of the financial advantages offered by this bank. The Orange National Bank. ; m ORANOS, TEXAS. Tiller ■ Wright Talks OH Driller Wright vu aeon at the ar- tesian we this moraine. The crew are laid off today awaiting the arrival of the two-loch pipe tor cleaning out the well and for the Ant time since the well waa begun Mr. Wright had a little leisure . He greeted the news paper mas wtth a smile and said: "Wen, I suppose you want to see her spout, do you? Sorry I can't acoom- yjou. but she wont perform un- I ran get that pipe here from Bcho some...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 7 August 1903

-at the i" ■ it Orange, Texas, ss Class Mall Matter. =, .V/ É- : Subscription Rates: Oae Year 90 00 Three Months *1 W Six Months S 00 One Month >. 60 Advertising Rates on Application. Issued Ever/ Afternoon at 4:30 O'clock, Sundays Excepted. m K Y ■ ORANGE, TEXAS, AUGUST 7, 1908. is, "Mexico offers 1 field for investment. The opment, however." The per man of course had Texas in how our wits will gather wool and tangle it crazy scheme*! ® 1 THE TEXAS STATE FAIR. Texas should not allow interest in the coming great World's Pair to overshadow concern in their own great annual exposition at home. The Texas State Fair and Dallas exposition promises to be better this year than ever before. In fact, it constantly improves. Manf"$>eople will make extraordinary efforts to exhibit the best of every- thing at Dallas this fall, preparatory to shipping them to St. Louis. In this respect the Dallas fair, as well as that other at San Antonio, will this year be in the nature of preparatory exh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 7 August 1903

life m ^ • i i J>$1Í t prisoner* at Shanghai. titer Wright, the promoter, arrested In New York, return- ! London lá the custody of an hundred peraonn were drown- w flood «I Chee-FVw), China, laeedonlan committee has pro- a revolution In the vilayet of Turkey will attempt to the rebellion. kdrew Carnegie baa given *2,500,- > to Dunfermline, Scotland, hta birth- Servian government la arrang- to pay the defct* of the late King der and Queen Drag* out of «Matos. Th edebta amount to while the aggregate value of estates la fUO.tWV The opposition to Cuban reciprocity attll as pronounced, according to reporta from those sections, an It when this policy waa A rat pro- by President Roosevelt. Robert Baker, of New has refused to nominate a cadet the West Point military academy on ground that he la oppoeed to war. Onlf and Chicago railroad com- ma applied to the ftoderai Oov- tor permission to construct dges serosa the Paecagoula rivers tn Mississippi. Mates Consul W. ft. Batee re- from A...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 7 August 1903

mmm &eto6fuM ÜSkII irst Z/ldkioná of Grange, ST««at. Hi ■IHrJWi'wl YOUR BUSINESS IS SOLICITED. W« Strive u be Cmtiiw. ftmn Cwrtsi * « m Ukoni ■ Cmmimk wl* AkMhit' <« • . and Catch? is the new shipment of Sheet Music just received at The PaUoe Jewelry Store. Call and try it over on one of oar new Grunewall Piano*. JOE LUCAS Link Buildinf. i:, The Gate City Bar is the entrance to THE COOLEST PLACE IN TOWN. You will find every- thing of the best, and the service up-to-date. Give us a call. L.D. WRIST, - Prop. TRAIN SCHEDULE. Southern Pacific. Bastbound— Arrlvea. No. 4 1:15 pa, No. 6 7:25 a.m, No. 8 ,.10:68 p.m. No. 10 9: BO a.m Westbound— Arrive*. No. 3 8:15 p.m. Wo. 5 5:53 p.m. No. 7 .. 6:36 a.m. No. 9 8:45 p.m. Orange A Northwestern. No 21, hr. Orange 7 a. m., ar. Buna 9:15 a. m. No. 1, It. Buna 1: 30 p. m., ar. Or- auge 3:45 p. m. • Local and Personal, aaeeeoeeeeeeéoei Do You Want to Make Money ? ? L. L. RICHARD Rifh-Ciaaa Blacksmithini and Carriage Work ..... Expert Horsesho...

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

i« ' id I sKi$J pJllf V' *'*& 9 r TO ! K liHIiiilr'L! ' ' gp :« i ! & fP^MRI .V .: • •■^•.••V.'lf:ii"-\-'i'A'.'*. f- ~"P~- * ; ■ • . S WMSBHR Elastic- Seam Drawer* for 48c. 4/a W:r>' Hurry 1*1 ikS others benefitting by your procrastination. You must -neck \yith the foremost bunch to make your selections ptchandise while the lots are fairly complete. . There's a ;in our eyes that forecasts extensive selling of men's weara- >les next week. Of course the prices must be right, else we are out of the running. + ft *# # ** *# fc a i w— i I I „ u 8 1 ■ . AFTER-SEASON PUCES. Extensive selling of high-grade Eagle and Griffon Negligee Shirts hat depleted several lots. The materials are soft madras and daintily designed French percales. Some QÍ these have cuffs attached; many with the cuffs separate. Hie regular prices that prevailed ranged from $1.S& to $1.50; all are now on sale at $1.00 f1 u Utít, ■ ■Hiii r ■i I ¡""fe,i v.- |v ^ 65c Values for 48c EBP . we offer our Prince...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 8 August 1903

II'WII mill Mr 18191 " u-^=*j «i mí >\> <jjM I ' 8, 1903- ATARIAN ISM. SI p ■;i: fflpM)?i be greatest in pure- we must not per- supremacy to cause 1 work for the alleviation [ not be a sermon. We : we should like, if it were from that Christ-given for they shall obtain ''' occasions mentioned the :iety for the prevention is a daily work for such 1 and city in Texas. We ¡ world's pain and we can 5 get close, very close to the to the great heapuof all f- 11II— Hill 11 Hi llllll A ««ally awaet woman is sweet in a million ways-M prepare Houston Chronicle. One is enough, hog. Ryder Taylor of the Santone Light shoots us with a stickfull of poetry and asks if we'll be good. We will —what remaftis of us. ♦ ♦ ♦ The new game law only allows a man to kill twenty- five birds in one day, says the Weatherford Herald. This will necessarily put a stop to some unreasonable lying which has been done heretofore. ♦ ♦ ♦ Some people know more about their neighbors' busi- ness than they do about ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 8 August 1903

UP. The M perfe power willing do Ing a Fad. for boj-il to tako it I trip to Denver, Col- Manltou, and will weather. Mayor spur them to ' ■ the Annie Beaumont and was ac- by Ml** Jim llcrar la good eaten cold aa aa hot. Boll wltfcout breaking the bead and throw Into cold water until carei with M all" In Ban Mine Minnie Johnson wna apending Churlos thta week and brought Mina Maude Mummenwuy '''home with her.. lltaa Fannie Pagan haa returned from a my p'essant vlsll In Terry Miss Mattie Bingteton came with her «ad will remain a few dnys. Judge and Mr*. J. A. Holand and Mr*. M. B. Jscknon were flatting Mm. J Vtwd Holland and Matter Joe Hoi land In New Orleans this week. A commltte of XnM, J. P. RouOh, C. B. Keppler and H. J. Ortmeyer wan nppeinted to hnve n algn pointed tor the rent room and pot in poaltion. little billa sgaln*t the clnb tliA inaaaimav Aa*. IBO iTCMurer au thoriaed to pay them. The trenanrer ■tated that the oontribntlon pinto waa paying the current expense* with sometim...

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