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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 8 August 1903

SE fi: d ■ iiüi k'y'" .iJI .'Tf¿'1,'r V''■r'':; -ífVk. '■ u 1 *¿\ * ®V: , I^SsMMiSá Samp. la ffiSM ¥ 'EEK ;;. LE WO t'Wíi Jfc * , 1 ' , . . BEGIN MO N D A ^ Ss i ! 'I-' i < 1 ■' -, ' , ']iv," -" 'i ' "' ¡ | ;' „iw • • , , JbiU ; ,, ■ j > -j , ; v •-:■ '.■7V|íí', ' < "" • ': '\ •'>'. ' - '' ( *'. TUST as advertised, regardless of the heavy rains on Monday and ** Tuesday, the Sale went on. Just as advertised, it will run another week. Today finds us right in the midst of the greatest sale we have ever had. We are glad to be able to tell our rtiany friends and customers, we appreciate, beyond measure, your quick response to our announcement. We are glad to tell you that next week we will make even greater price concessions than we have in the week just closed. We want to make the last half of this great 1WM*4We wflnf rnppilrtf our Fall Goods^and,must have it. Cut prices will be cut again. Good, clean, reliable mer- chandise in every department will be priced so low as to-cr...

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

§|p ' $ %■ %• mmkMk:* ■ <.-:■■;''i.v,!|Av. ■■ «Mi $V5 Asfr :''' ¡ « 2? Í yUB$F*i MB V i# m # I . • •> j '> •*' ' '' ¿ r > • ?J mwmm ISMpfei :;^A ,1( BfflKl ■ f f "ifpf ■VS^J f®? MEMBCH OF THE ASSOCIATED PRE88. ■ ■■ ■ ■■.rii'ag-r^'.i-. .1 ■ ... . ■■ II I J m Li v JKL^m w , •'i';.',1..'. • ,•'■• • '. • •':«AWST* 'wonaw-'«IQKS . '.. ft*- -4s ———i át?% mm&t t& ORANGE. TEXAS. MONDAY AFTERNOON, AUGUST 10. 1903. W'< nwm the Revolution, i aid even Wast have failed rood example I tie ttftftfc'pftwei| of money. The greatest ta iwton oulc a ins are alike torUlianl fitfiiifl genius are alike powérl without its l^lp. • Thetffon avafl your el£ of the financia advantages offered by this bank. National Bank. IMAM* &£ ••" § > ; 11 ?< *i ■ Jib. fW i His Sentiments on Lynching Oyster Bay. L. 1., August 9.—-In * let- diate i-fforts of all legislators, Judges. ;s Benefit IK Excursion The Orange Rifle* are to haw A The Odd Fellows Bud learned that Rlflea wafre ta need of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 10 August 1903

ill ESI I IP 1 e fl U' V lili K I Wmm ir#t of ©range, 5*(Ml. = YOUR BUSINESS IS SOLICITED. Wt Strive tt kt Cmtttmn. Ptm < CanfW «M >> Uktnl ai Commi wll* MhM' Mfaly. 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 oar new Granewall Pianos. reX ■ joe lucas Link Buildinf. m Kr" 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 HUh-Claas Blacksmithinf and Carriage Work Expert Horseshoeing. We prevent and care interfering by our method. Si8 Main Street. s->% Eastin 4 Storks Livery and Transfer Stable Phone I7S TRAIN BCHBDULE. Southern Pacific. Bastbound— Arrives. No. 4 1:15pjn. No.6 7:25a.m. No. 8 10 :,68 p.m. No. 10 9:50 a.m Westbound— Arrives No. 3 8:16 p.m "No. 5 5:53p.m. No. 7 J.... 6:86a.m. No. 9 8:45 p.m. Orange A Northwestern. No 21, lv. Orange 7 a. m., ar. Bu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 10 August 1903

the Poatoftioe st Orange, Clsaa Mail Matter. Om Tsnr 96 00 Three Months .H «• Hz Moit1™ • 00 Oas Month M Advertising Rates on Application. * nmi lamed Every Afternoon at 4:80 O'clock, Sundays Kxoepted. Hp = - I ORANGE, TEXAS, AUGUST io, 1903. ML W> ■hk * Ct/B/iW TiMZ?£. W. M. Daniel, general agent Of the Illinois Central railroad at Havana, has been representing that road in Cuba for the past five years. He is at present visiting New Orleans,, says the Item of that city, and speaks highly of the growth and prospects for trade between that island and this city. I-ast year 750.000 crates of pine apples came from Cuba by way of New Orleans and Mobile, and it is predicted that the present year will see a shipment of 1,000,000 crates. Mr. Daniel says: "There is one thing I want to say about Cilba, and that is that President Palma's administration is all right. There is no fear of any uprising or outbreak, the sensationalists to the contrary. Feace prevails all over the island, and the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 10 August 1903

í é ■! V&* ^.„r /J TRHÍ «mIPM I9EB #-■ !W¿¡I8j^ct|HB| JE*>??>' W *P ?" ''::k."'"''' . jt $£■'■ : mm 1 i m 1 can perform her duties with more credit to herself and sat- ; fsfaction to you if she has the it kind ot utensils to work ith. ^:^rjny-; And this is the plape where the rtjtht kind of pM! §ÉÉ 1 " fví. ■ can be purchased at right prices. The quality of our goods Is high but the cost is not. Von benefit yourself when yjou trade here. These items Sabine Supply Co, mm Ww- We've Got It! The finest line of Coffee in the city, all blends. As we roast it ourselves, we know it is the best. Try some of it, and come back for more. P-O-N-D B R O S & C-O. TIm peon}* who do thing well, generally begin by eating i food. Yon will nerer find anything elao at onr More. PHONE ISS Give Us a Trial. mmmmmmmrnmpn- Orange t BP. Rbtirbii, J r#r. repair 1 • M;.. B«K'ms- , ehiaery, beet material and beat workmen. ' k¡*é**r ! 1 « i ▼a sad i tad J [ « Z7-0fST.' "'' jy« i "■-t-• v., ■??** rw*...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 10 August 1903

i - ^3 111 1 pP'Í&JS $.s of Grange, w'.- fif% 'P^Wl''wTRfctew ¡¿ tS^iLVfn L IK «?. ■ ■ ÍK: !?.;$r ¡!P$&; ClKgajHr life ■vv5-?ti.,--':*i'" v/;' rt'i.; M , yOl/Jf BUSINESS IS SOLICITED. SEféSJR r.-t 'ft Wt Strh* to fee Cwrtusj. rrmtft CMM iri <> UNn! «• With tMMr THE GBM ICE OSEAN i Confectionery Parlor has everything in the line of Summer Drinks, Choice Caadles and Cigars. n. 8. CARNES, PHOf, OU fkaot 88 Call on... 6, W. Ball TK?ZL.r For Staple and Fancy Groceries, Canned Goods, Fine Cigars and Tobacco. feed et mil kinds conatmntly Im stock 129 Both Phones- 120 Free delivery to any part of the uity. Bright and Catcbp ia the new shipment of Sheet Music jtJBt received at The J*alaoe Jewelry Store. Call and try it over oh one of oar new Granewnll Pianos. JOE LUCAS Link laillUi. — 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 ns a call. L. D. WRIST, - Prop. Starks Livery and Transfer...

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

MM ¡y-i ■s w üi¡,!h)'i4't:;r'?ffii::. P ;f £*. ' fífi Jí'.; *«.,/ ffiftSÍSlSKfi R1P8HI IjMfflM ( «« ) V&M tt* ^^-^•-'■¡¡am^f-*'-¡§§«||M ■ fií' iVv J& ... k y^^flRT" 'if iiilfll Y MEM ' £'■ ,'3BÍNW'*lí®fe TM* AMOOIATKO ram ■ I ll«.ll t .i ,f f? H . -.-.f.tr r ««« | llv I Iflwfl^i ir ington would evolution, aid even Wash' have failed of monej r#wi' &.i ^VJ •• .. VTSf reatest ta offered bank. ~T TEXAS. TDP3P4Y AÍTEANOON. AUGUST 11.190?. ulii >i i in inn In i ni i urn ■ * ■.)■' i in u i u a «-muni. ' — fmm c> NUMBER 117 H. . Into Greece \ V > ■ f: 9 f A Rottfli House Mide of i Front Street Confectionery Store One 6ld Sinner and Twb Yonítér Ones . *(t •«* !*•• *Wf1 Come td Grief. iti" f ' • < °<l J. IP W t.fc ■ ; On aJMtdied Kjty Train By 4*mlaltd Prtu .Kaaaae City, .Mo., August 11—The. t bound flyer, No. I, on the Mlaeou hlHi Wd Tmu railway; which . Parana. Kaaaaa, at «¡10 o'clock toM aichl tor BL Lout*. Jumped tha trach twenty mil* aortb of Nevada. Mo., last ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 11 August 1903

■Ml ■; BBS '■ '■ • mWÍNi-m ■ l«ií®. <W_ 1 «W Three Months On Month «« 00 Advertíalas It*tat on ¿MS *" ** - V L ■' J- .-If BUU7* MUHUMWI., ORANGE, TEXAS, AUGUST uí 1903. - ■ , - PHILIPPINE COMMERCE. stt with some re- Yesterday the Tribune afflicted "^* u marks about our Cuban trade. StSffisti our foreign trade do not make popffer feading, but they constitute information which every, well read and post ed man and wom^n should possess, and for this reason we cannot afford to ignore them. A healthy interest in trade relations with American colonies will result in a better business. It will be a good influence. The secret of England's maritime su- premacy is the interest taken in every .portion of the earth where the British flag flies. We must have our due share of the Philippine trade, as we rrttist that of other countries beneath the stars and stripes. The foreign commerce of the Philippines, exports and imports combined, for the nine months ending with March, reached a total of $4...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 11 August 1903

BUM m EM m SM1IM pp 'M ir vna t. V1' tfl I mm •&* ■• •* U>,vÍ¿í, i® P'ÉUÉMÉiÉUík a ^ -' áj-á le of }bt material ire the otolgjcjnd. A I* * workman q^rr^ta with hit toola, 'tla —* ' * can quarrel with, these. „. ■'♦■NW* v «s*KMwfr ••■. •■ •* ¡*&' W-yw*)#* the Iteél, highly tempered 1 other «elected materials of the finest quality. our tools are carefully Inspected and free from defects, will pteaa*, too. ¡jf^itntw^'Ai .1* Sabine Supply Co. émhMRB mrnrn 9-ye Got It! f * *1*m\ine of cáfl¿eín ttíe city, all blends. As we roast It ourselves, we know It is the best '£*7 some Of it. and come back for more. Ñ-D B-R-O-S & C-O. people wko do thia«« generally begin by enting tool. Tea will never And anything elee nt oar atore. PNONE ItS <2lv« Us a Trial. (AY! BE UP TO DATE ■■■■■gHjpi . KmiIi wo elean ad mm «m ntt easfc week. nWin. Satisfaction nkrtBU«d la every caee. ■ * ^«iiT*r d .nry wrnttMtnm. Taorrtethea Mtilwitt i ud pimM, Mi uu i Alt ivpafiiaf dene tree. we WILL DYE FOR...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 11 August 1903

lis í m ■MM mo - pwi t CinM Má M Uteii ti IC^méA vMk AftiÉ^ ^ifilv •u *i — ¿1 THE GBM ICE CVEAM liÜ ..:ui< Coñlectlonery Parlor intbe Summer Drinks, Cholee Candles and ' •' C1 gara. n. a. oarneb, kbw. Grmen Cr mear Call on... G. W. Ball T?¿ tai Staple an^ancy Grocerie , Canned Goods, Fine tttgars «ad Tobacco. Peed o t an klnéB constantly fa atoch ., Phones 120 Free delivery to any part, of the uity. Brink and Worn • * i i>. f it • t A Repaired and BimI King*! i. Chaina and ijhly renovated refilled.. We have a complete iaad do all work in __i . . , - i , orden carefalíy and executed. PALACE JEWELtV STORE LfaU Building. City Rar is the entrance to THE COOLEST PLACE IN TOWtf. You will find every- thing of the best, and the service up-to-date. Give us a call. L. D. WRIST, - Prop. m.m\. nm ««a * >4B • . • • t v.í.at*-. Sty#"* Eastin 4 Starks j| Livery and Transfer Stable TRAIN SCHEDULE. • | tpytham Pacific. Efcatbourid— ^ 14 # Arrima. ^o.4 •*•*••••••••«••••••••• li16 • • •• • ••...

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

JPM .IHFi,®' ÍJgg • ISP ' < - 1 ^ I í fciiSl 'Mi-M Wfimiw. - W' ?a v::f8|| ■n #ív síra (MM :g flTfls i i.< ■ & ,$. r ; ,p U.LL: lJT. ÜÍ 'v'• MEMBER OP TH« ASSOCIATED PRESS. CO., Dcnwii, i itiimiar ' 1- mm WGE. TEXAS* WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, AUGUST 12, 1903. NUMBER 11$ $ ipg of Hp Revolutloi ut whose aid eveir Wast n would have failed DOW much is of money lue to the pow< The greatest tal- tftts and the most brilliant pains ate Alike powerless without Its help. Therefore avail yourself of the Unancial advantages offered by this bank >y' i National Bank. am M. on tto Law- aigbt tor <* Oraage Rtfiee " tbs Bgl of Dm mm. WkO* Um of amy raised by the bars «•at of It oould dance at all took adran Us* of ta* opportunity to do so. Another Interesting feature of tho trip waa the rollas ooataat for the laoat popular young lady, the winner to go to Austla at the apon tor of the Rlfiee. The vottns «at aplrltad and S« «fe clone of tho balloting It waa Cmiad that Mlaa Oeorgla Moaa w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 12 August 1903

at Orange, Texa , CImb Mall Matter. •ubeeription, Ratee: fi m Ef Hd ' i S tt . <hte Witt .<. « •••• Advertíala* Rate* on Application. aad Every Afternoon at 4:80 O'clock, Sunday Bsesptsd in this section just now oil would be more like news. '¿im , i Jff J| M ... a I ■ M nui 4L-A iLm. connocniiy announce nun tncy 1 2000 feet. That is modest, at aftl/liMM AÉaflUM^ .iMMaIi a f«jl AWaU I 1B715 otlUvni CXpCvl inuvll r Bliu *«vj < ORANGE, TEXAS, AUGUST 12, 1903. TEXAS FIRST AS USUAL. Texas is always greatest, if not first, but is usually first, especially if it is something good. The Picayune reports the arrival of the first bale of cotton in New Orleans, three weeks later than the . initial bale last year, and it was from Southern Texas. The crop Js unusually backward this year, but the fact that Texas leads has the same old significance. - The Picayune notes that at this time last year the daily receipts of South Texas cotton at Galveston and other Texas markets were quite larg...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 12 August 1903

tí- ' mibi Pw-V#yiV&M, mm made of the are the r Workman . tools, 'tis , Itb these ¿ ■■ [ Tbey art made of tths bétt r«fined steel, highly tempered, , otber selected materials of the finest quality. All our tool} are carefully inspected and free from defects. Price* Will please, too. i- «BEÍ* Ü a Tina Traa State rparado Get Dw rt/- ad Tunis hmtnt. b We've Got It! The finest life of Coffee in the ctty, all blends. As we roast It ourselves, we know It is the best Try some of it, and come back for more. P.O.N.D B.R.O.S & C-O. Olv. U. . Trt.l. f PIIONEI i -ja 'J VI ■( MEAT constantly cp<p '-if «v f brick M¡ • < «HMi* 2E2 Captain tafitfili ta lhn. Captain ttaflrtala of tits Salvation Arpjr this atóralas recalrad notlftca- U«n from Army headquarter to t>oi4 himself ud family |& raadlaaaa tot farswcll orden, which am soon to ha The people of Oraaga, Irraspactlva of clsaa or rallftoas conviction, will toar with rsgrst the confirmation of the atatement raosntljr published...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 12 August 1903

pi ilii ■ >| "• Í o v';%; fOI/1? BUSINESS IS SOLICITED, 'l fT•%"■§'• $ iiV'^'S' í' '■f'"-'* ' l.-' j'ViÉl! f m ;!rli ¿ÍP 'HtS 0 U ta CiBrtiiMi, taft CsnM Krim LMMt ai Cmmmi wit* AM ««Mr. I'11 jfcij4} vv. •A 'Í i as H THE G6M ICC CIEAN ...and Confectionery Parlor has everything in the line of Summer Drinks, Choice Caadles ami Cigars. ft. O. CARNES. PROP fitw Phrat m. OM Pkrat n The Creen . 4ve Grocer Call on... G. W. Ball Fat Staple and Fancy Groceries, Canned Goods, Fine Cigaris and Tobacco. feed of mil kinds constantly In stock 12$~—Both Phones Free delivery to any part of the city. 120 Broken and Worn Jewelry Á Repaired and Beset. Binge Brooches, Pins, Chaina and Looketa thoroughly renovated and cleaned and worn parta refilled. We have a complete shop and do all work in Orange. Mall orden carefully and speedily executed. PALACE JEWELRY STORE JOE LUCAS Link Boildin*. I;''. ' The Gate City Bar is the entrance to THE COOLEST PLACE IN TOWN. You will find everv- * i • thing of the b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 13 August 1903

Kf! mSm 'a S - * iWmmx ffl •wm& MEMBBR OI THK ASSOCIATED PRES8. - f " ffil? yfSf'a I = =£== =a=ir as 5' TEXAS, THURSDAY AFTERNOON* AUGUST 13, 1903. NUMBER 119 mm mm Mi gM-:; RANGE TEXAS. fancier of tho Revolution, aid even Wash ould have failed of ia a good example of bow much is due to the power of money. The greatest tal- ent# and the most brilliant genius are alike powerless without its help. Therefore avail yourself or the financial advantages offered by this bank. Bank. sss Orange County Commissioners Complete a Three Days Session Mr Volume of Business Triosicted-Capscity of Jail to be Increased—Petition for Road to Echo Granted. Oil Company Plant to TI Tribune. nt, Tun, August 13.—Sul- Lu i .^A AnASSah ml fcMMÉ /WW* VVSI1 IwVf'Tfl See at the union Oil and fUflrv mm ing company plant, flv milt, south of Partloulart aro not obtalnablo at this hour, but It ia riimorsd that tho plant la In joopardy. , sua,i m** > loft Topwks at midnight the bridge seros Hen- near Alnut. ear...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 13 August 1903

II L¥ TO! IBÜf Class Mail Matter, now. líill not i Three One Month it?';/' • • • Bvsry Afternoon st 4:80 O'clook, Sundsya Excepted Will It toll the man* guilt beyond a and the moat conservative extreme taeaamea, under the ' 11 ■' circumstances, are something dangerous. ORAINGE, TEXAS, AUGUST 13, 1903. FCW WORDS TO THE LAMES. Naturally we enjoy talking to pedallj < Vv.' ÉR;' the ladies, es- ly if they keep in a good humor, and they nearly always do. The writer takes a keen il interest in the efforts of the good women of'Orange to benefit their beautiful little city, andJbe Jhqpes that they will not regard it as un- duly officious if he joins in their counsels. To change to the more direct address, ladies, we promise, now that we have you where you cant talk back, that we will talk sraight to the point. Saturday your Civic club meets again. You ought to inaugurate steps at this meeting to secure club and reading rooms and fit them up nicely, even elegantly. The community should be ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 13 August 1903

= MM MÍ Ifivi V-!!•/•■ If. ■' ; '* '•" "4 )LS rightly made of the right material are the only kind. A poor workman quarrels with his tools, 'tis id, but no worktaan, good or bad, can quarrel with these : ' Mil f ...TOOLS... TJiey are made of the best refined steel, highly tempered, other selected materials of the finest quality. All our tools are carefully inspected and free from defects, will please, too. Sabine Supply Co. mm e've Got It! The finest line of Coffee in the city, all blends. As we 'roast. it ourselves, we know It is the best. Try some of tt, and come back for more. •«O-N-D B-R-O-S & C-O. Tha who do thing-* well, generally begin by «sting pom font. Yoo will never And anything «lw at oar Horn. U « Trial* PHONE 118 " K C. FOREMAN, ....MEAT MARKET.... TwrMsi l frf>iass44. Mew PreeByterlaii C*are , Preedellvrr? to all parts of city kfmé* 0f Work 1 f kimif 0t f In* W0Ht w<«fc fttr mHU asta. Valley Sd tvr I nil lingn. ios brick MM in and THI NIW SABINE HOTEL. A Mag...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 13 August 1903

Ííw«¿ • Ú wmm. • t®" WheWST f Ki W-'"' Hp H GBM ICE CUAN iijk in the Summer Drinks, Chotee Candies and ■ Cigars. H. •. CARNES. Wioe. 4M. OM Hmm • r ■mass Ca/f oo G. W. Ball T%S^.r For Staple and Fancy Groceries, Goods, Fine Cigar* and Tobacco. of mil Umdtt comatmntly ki stock 129 Both Phonet 120 delivery to any part of city. Broken and Worn Jewelry A Repaired and Reset. Rings Brooches, Pina, Chaina and Locketa thoroughly renovated and cleaned and worn part* refilled. We have a complete ahop and do all work in Orange. Mall orders carefully and speedily executed. TRAIN last > .an , loo1 w .r. Coyto, Jr., s profesaional man of i the city for a fair «taya, the ate mot hi i, lira. W. P. Coyto, and í.ÜJ T. F. Coyle. « only R IR 1M IsfSwti Arrives. Rant bound—* No. 4 *••••■••••««*••• •• • «• lí 16 7:25 a.m. No. 8 . • •••«•••*•« f • •« #* 10.Mp.in. No. 10 "... 9:50 a/u. Westbound— Arrives. No 3 3:16 p.m. No. 6 5:58 p.m. No. 7 ..........9 . 6:86 a.m. No. 9 8:45 p.m. Orange A Northwestern....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 14 August 1903

¡■HHi „„ . /■;/>« ÍBmÍM; W" 'P® m IME 2 &a0jp| m 'T«l« -i— ff JSE ife? * !#• §mMu> si Hi \V" li|Mf OP THE A88OCIATCO PRESS. —— 7/?e Financier of the Revolution, without whose aid even Wash- ington would have failed of success, is a (food 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. . ' NGE, TEXAS. FRIDAY AFTERNOON. AUGUST 14. 1903. 9h fl The Orange National Bank. ORAN4ÍB TEXAS. 11 -. '' mm® KX Aullo! taring for the soldiers Austin Tribune, It. Rvwrythlng in being rushed at the ■vl Jut ant gweral's department in an- Mcipatiun of th« mobilisation and ma tnntwa next week. Several extra clerks have been «spluH to expe- ¿II# the work and have things In v*dfnees. The railroad transportation is Mng wrttlM and mall«<l to the organ lia- isons today Blanks for returns an mat* are also included and the troops wil...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 14 August 1903

ü ORNGE, TEXAS, AUGUST 14, 1903. The question of the hour: "Haw you-beard anything lately of an opera house?" It la to be hoped that, for the public good, Mr. Oorbett and Mr Jeffries will break each others jaw*. Bryan: Trot ont your this week's candidate for the democratic presidential nomi- nation. Here it is Friday and you haven't named Un. Retorne lor the primary election in the 8th Congressional district indicate that candidates Ewing and Holt have defeated each other for the nomination. the fkSr 1 * On that occasion these aad and makers for a nation will get together and down the "Plkfe" in search of the red lemonade and the pot bellied goober of their boyhood, man who springs a joke or talks shop in any won't be permitted to feed the elephant. All our great and successful firms have learned that advertising pays. The Dry Goods Econo- mist, the great New York trade paper, repro- duces two of Crager Bros', ads from the Tribune and remarks that "they are much superior to the aver...

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