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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 14 August 1903

1 'y) V M: w¡ mm #-! 11 ' IP1""''" EÍSB*4 ¿Mm} RRRS ¡f ? ífrfíft tp ■ Mfc . ,' '."■■■ ■ - ■;■;% f ■' "í" '' i ;'• "■'■■■• ■■ , ' ' íp VrÍS>8 FOR CAREFUL MECHANIC TOOLS rightly made of the right materia) are the only kind. A poor workman quarrels with his tool®, 'tis no workman, good or bad, can quarrel with these ...TOOLS... They are made of the beat refined steel, highly tempered, andx>ther selected materials of the finest quality. All our tools are carefully inspected and free from defects. Prices will please, too. Sabine Supply Co, 've Got It! The finest Une of Coffee in the city, all blends. Ah 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 Tli* pwnplé who do things w«ll. gwtwralljr begin by sating jmr* food. Ton will Mf r fiud anything «la at oar «tore. Give Us m Trial. PHONE 188 sta B.C. FOREMAN, .... MEAT MARKET.... •"JTAmc Mi a. W vir rrii if rmivr (DNÍÍ* tMNk J Tmméw* W* mmk* m BfcMty mt r*#!r« cmin mi ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 14 August 1903

. F. ONelll, New 7, D.. Prleat ÍMpR|| Ed. Kirecbner, B. C. Lumbey, Chicago. ft*®* of Granga, YOUR BUSINESS IS SOLICITED. •«llMmi CHllll, HW>1 CW«M Mrf M Ukml M CMNMtMt •«* *tl*W ««IS TRAIN SCHEDULE. gbm ice cbcan ...ud Confectionery Parlor baa everything in the line of Summer Drinks, CMce Caadles and Cigars R. O. OARNE8. MOf Old Phonr H J Iff For Staple and Fancy Groceries, and Peed, — fine Candies, Cigars and Tobaccos, ,, Tin and Oraniteware, call on G. W. BALL Arenac. FICE DELIVERY Southern Pacific. Eastbound— Arrives. No. 4 1:16 pA. No. 6 7:25 a.m. No. 8 10:58 p.m. No. 10 .. 8:50 a.m. Westbound— Arrives. No. 3 ....... .7 3:16 p.m. No. 5 6:58p.m. No. 7 6:36 a.m. Nq. 9 8:45 p.m. Orange A Northwestern. No 21, lv. Orange 7 a. m., ar. Bona 9:15 a. ¡m. No. 1, lv. Buna lr 30 p. m., ar. Or- ange 8:45 p. m. O ~ ft | Local and Personal, g DO YOU WANT TO MAKE MONEY farewell Order Received. Captain Ragsdale this morning re- ceived from the division officer of the Salvation Army notice to ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 15 August 1903

ÉMfowiMr |J- üymfe• ¡ •••if-.. _ H "4 ' ;i' " ' ":^T|,X. ■¡■VVBii ■-1- 'I • $<*■ as ¡¿tjS&ip- ■ TT^ ' A¡ "m. T "**-* 1 twfw PfSf SHpPi *■' > \ .'nmp §§lf 1 fi^'i HHiiVwM £ 1 I™^Pp®S",Sct| f/' }f" Í , " W J>? -i.-. « w L P I 1 l>'":5'AT ■ 8 ■ 3&4f >d W; ' líro ' I ®¡®' MEMBIft OF THK ASSOCIATED PRESS tlOSS MllfS pCO* I pie mm iss- dreda of allss. Msitts Wells t Co., Besasiost, Tern. == "■ ' n 1"' !'J,1 ORANGE, TEXAS. SATURDAY AFTERNOON. AUGUST IS. 1903. NUMBER 121 ♦ I III 11 HI 111111111 II HI HI I 11 I 11 1111II11 I i'H l l"l' Ill 1 HIM I i I • lip^ i, I ■ffBagai BBMtftTO' 1> •: m,:. ■■ wÉ,:'> m • if' gáf y - SIR Sil® m, i Uli —i. -'-. ~- -■" Ék * — Ma a. ~mm Mk|w |4ai i> i Git thk Habit—Qo to Tfcs offerings hi nr Store «ra Tm Ph Cnl Cknfw Ikaa lews lk( Strati 4 4 4 * • • N the midst of our] August Clearance Sale I Ordinarily this excla- ;; mation would be damaging. One would have a tendencpsto con- ! 0 S elude that stocks are badly broken and desirab...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 15 August 1903

(¡§i'í§l Mí = FANCY GROCERIES the victory is ours beyond a doubt. Give us a trial and you wil convinced that we carry the most complete line of EVERYTHING GOOD TO EAT in the city. McLEAN & CURRY. ■ 1 f J! «iicouti t c*r 4*|ff üv' Cleared OH! THAT WATERMELON. We have the best and biggest Melon that ever delighted an epicure. They are ripe, sound and the perfection of melon lux- ury. We have the choicest fruit of every kind, but we are especially proud of our Melons, and want you to try them. You never had better. A full line of Fancy and Sta- ple Groceries and Canned Goods. N. BURTON, Sr. 222 Filth Street. an tut TITLE CLEAK" Ho far th* Mississippi HbO- #r Steamer Sultana Was 8/otafi Mp. qf a Farmer ttbmt Cost 1h of Otfor o Thou- sand Soldier*—A. CbOfi War tSragmdy. Por nearly thirty-eiffht yean the se- cret of the cuuse of tbe Sultana dis- aster ban remained locked in the bott- om* of tbree men. One of tbe trio la dead. Tbe aecond. a distinguished citl- aen of tbe West Virginia ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 15 August 1903

.«sfpfci#fcfib«ipi MM. W. C. SMTMUVO. m 1 Local and Personal Mention. pilfi n« intended f f thlc It* Ml lattr I Inn jLTiifX itttfi M Ml#. W, C. i Tfc« Tribune. tn< Is Inion Miunt iMttr «ho.Id inch inMn mm, Stephenson, of the West Orange Bap- Mto« Utile Bryan la a pending a few church, the music ceased days with Mrs W. D. Btttls. SI- **"• H P Jackson has gone <* Wichita Farts for a few weeks. V. to J® p$$ Mis* Cecil Ruaael) will spend the remainder of the heated term in San Angelo. ' Mlaa Ethel Bettt* came home from *""" Island Monday and has been Indlaposed all this week K ife'a m Mlaa Louise Bitting la having «termine visit In Houston this week with her relative* in that dty. ¿ Mlaa Lena «tewárTleft this morning for Welsh, La., where she will visit her sister, Mre. J, Howard Lnhlt. ttlssee Roan and Lillian Ball have gone to spend two week with their many frienda at Atlante, Texaa Mi . H. a Wartleld and Mooter Von WarfteM are at home from an extend- ** *wt In Mississippi and A...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 15 August 1903

V - • ' £ « • v< |P? ■'■■ . iv'.?:• - '%• . ■-«£ V j.^á jl.I.,. . #UK> M' vyA^'v •$''• . ' ftl MI ^ V';,:-.:.'1 > • • rranrr Ou Advertising ItatM su Application llfwilMíí J.A... „.y ¡í!"^í« WTnlÉP ríSf A"11 'A IH.SfTiP sai-i I Brerr Afternoon at 4:10 O'clock, gnnflv BuatfttO. n -: mHI ORANGE, TEXAS, AUGUST 15,1903. rWW GET BUSY "-DO IT NOW. T Tbe indications bow are that Congress will be convened in October, aiffl tbe session will be fraught with exceeding great interest for South- east Texas, and for Orange especially. The Tribune would like to urge immediate strong and bold measures of preparation on the part of the Progressive league of this city. There is a world of work to do, and Orange should not be caught unprepared. The secretary should have a report and address ready for the use of our congressman, and he should have statistics and facts upon every conceivable subject for ready reference, so that when called upon for in- formation it would not be necessary to hunt...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 15 August 1903

11|0 j . well dr mJl T1 >0 saltón. per day or «fly gallons every or praetieali/ a «tu- llí the lee «imUt uduthi water la ■NtfllMU] It will make aa excellent of loa. C, L. Wright ears that two wella put down near the present furnish all the water needed t «ratona of water work* la done Orange will hare iter nystem, from the aland- , tn the State. Wright and hla two aaalat- A. Bodenhaaaer aad M. B. began drilling on thla well late ifteraoon of W«daee4ay. July by night had the rig working , Ttramday, which was practl- of drilling, the wall U eapectlng «raed la a week at the wafted in vain for their ill Orange and when the well here to be cleaned out they were lly they or- ton and h«d to wait on It until Monday of the pr«a- eot week. The pipe arrived Monday aad by nightfall they had everything In foadlness to let It down Into the well Tuesday. Then they found some more trouble. Some one had dropped a long block of pine wood down into the well and when the pipe got down about three hu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 15 August 1903

Mi* Shi m ,i'y m- ■lili „ mm jipa ÉMHMMM ,'.v • •• w..« • ; • drive on UXURItS... ?.I IX tí,j mmrnss erators sftfíM r Kg /; ® ■ ■■■ it ÉC Come ia at rae*. Tm knw part al the cea- test is ta Had eat 5 Good Reasons why year mother ehenld ase s Buck's Range NING ■£T BUCK'S • flNNITlRt GUESSING C ON ft Si mitk - . jMi i, M > Broken and Worn Jewelry A Repaired and Reset Rings Brooches. Pina, Chaina and Lockets thoroughly renovated and cleaned and worn parta refilled. We have a completo «hop and do all work in Orange. Mail orders carefully and speedily executed. PALACE JEWELRY STORE JOE LUCAS £ífik §üií4íti¿< + + + + 4' + + + + + + + + + •j, 4* 4. LITTLE HINTS. 4* + f + + + + + + 4,4, + + + + , Buttercup yellow is among the new laces. Everything tends to the long and slender figure. The flower collar and belt to match is a pretty Idea. Bias banda of satin stitched are naed a great deal. Wreaths of rosea are scattered over thin summer fabrics. Smart new leather belta are three and fo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 15 August 1903

ffls WBA í [Af,. would like f. nd We are going Hirer them quickly in the future —and by the way, We have a lty flve cent preparation lor chatting Straw Hata. a box in your next order and surprise your bus- lather or brother. Of cotorse, it la at the BUG STORE ¿¿.- ■, • : ' * Jnr ÉEIaí Originators of Crsrything Good and Now. KMi^lbi^ByaMÍ''' SKETCHCy u^BVPON VVtLLmS A FORTIETH ANNIVERSARY WAR STORY .C. FOREMAN, MEAT MARKET.... ssss .. ' NmIi i IMTaat,Jak:y aaé Wa maka « tpactaHy ' cMn rxi af i/Má. • i # Pi'V • .• L¡ • • Oar raM§aratar caaataatly kaapa all meets at aa avaa torn- jaratara, tima praa+rvla§ thalr 9—4 •«wtWU. MM# TalafSasa Tear Mm-klk Kmm 44. iMkjMv below Presbyterian Church. £t*e dtlirsry to sil part* of city j$$L UMBING |'.. '<*$ SSiBi iHHi Bsth Tata, Clsssts. Sinks, Lsvatoriss. Etc. AH War* Ctvaa'JPrampt Attaailaa. r. j. mcculloch. w *= Wm}'M $ The finest line Of Coffee in tbe city, all blends. As we roast it ourselves, we know it is the beat. Try some of it, and co...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 15 August 1903

¿"v ÚM4UWM( «liuMt Swiss 01 _ ,_____. 'T¿ '-if f "tf.'' ' L MILLBH. ake yourself cool and comfortable iiorow, by taking the trip to the on the steamer Lawrence. The boat will leave at 7 a. a. Good music, and dancing will be Indulged In. _____ A. %, De« went to Lake Charles this morning aeoompanted by bis two little daughters, who will spend some time there visiting their grandparents. Add your name to the already large list of Special Diamond Sales, for the representative of the oldest diamond cutters in the country will call on W. P. McFarland, the jeweler, in a few days. The natty dresBCr always goes The Sabine for his Neckwear, Collars, Cuffs and Shirts. Why dont you? R. C. Cox, of Dalius, is registered at the Holland. Ring me up, or Bend word, and I will send after your clothes and return the mto you in one hour's time, look- ing like new. J. C. DAWSON. Suits cleaned at Dawson's look like new after leaving his establishment. The celebrated French Opera Cof- fee In cans from 1 to...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 17 August 1903

* 3f.it weeeeiMWF n, d even Wagh- ve failed of example of to tbe power The greatest tal- (he moat brilliant powerless ItfcoUt its help. Therefore avail yourself of the financial advantages offered by this THE ASSOCIATED PUKES. . TEXAS, MONDAY AFTERNOON. AUGUST 17. 1903. mmámmá m ORDERS bank. fsSBBi ANGE, TEXAS. Pii£r II IIII H I I tftb ft % Augnst It. datad A 'i today by Departan*! from Mis- pw si BordU saying Panama Canal Treaty reeled by l)M Colon. iiiii iimun Caséis This Is a salt X- The Rifles the Encampment Orange has decidedly a martial air today. Tbs street* are full of the Mrs Is Khaki sad the «osad of the trumpet u In the sir. The gallaat boys oí Us Orange Ri- fle sre preparing to leave tor AUPtla on the fit S3 Southern Pacific train this evening and all day kmc little groups of the soldlsr boya have been moving backward sad forward over tbe streets, looking up lost baggage bere. bunting up a recalcitrant com- rade there, while over yonder some tatf? om wii lot and tb#n to ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 17 August 1903

mm ■* ' :E H^H^K^: '4){ mi ¡ill a^XMBPIfllIRI Tsar ........M O* Throe Moathjg.......fl 10 ■ «• aiM at 4:50 m ORANGE, TEXAS, AUGUST 17, 1903. 11 1 RE BUSY. mi lit The Tribune, wfth "an access of that sincere adnrfra- tion it His always entertained for the women of Orange, wishes «specially to congratulate then today upon the decision reaChéd at the Civic club meeting of Saturday to now Squip club and reading rooms. The tfity of Orange is now large and rich and gen- erous enough i© supply everything needed for the equip- ment and maintenance of a splendid suite of rooms— such as we might all take just pride in, and, for this most excellent purpose, outside assistance will not be lacking. The heads of the ladies are full of excellent ideas and their hearts with earnestness. And what they find to do will he done with willing hands, and with generous ñngknem offorpose. The Tribune has wondered, in common with the rest of you, why the girls do not take a greater interest in the welfare of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 17 August 1903

'é <¡:'Á :S<Wi . mí-M -Jiím ¡v i. -'i ■NBHmívImBÍ ÍGJ \ :. '"■■ 'v- i «( once. Yo« NH st II® MB" test it fo Had out Reasons tf-ng D. C. FOREMAN, MEAT MARKET ¡wmmWW • MtHKlmMlf • # • Jh A /lúa MIAIMAMÍAM 9 9 1Wr fiFr^wnif r CwRmummttj k p (ff MfttM a* trH M Bm their f • # • St' •i. feMMr FieaSyisrtanCHwl.ft f dsltrsry Mall psrta •(city B9BBBS9BÍ Tab*. Clsssts LbtsIwIn, Ble. AM Aümmtímm r. j. mcculloch. - BPPP?i^SP8IK^S ' 'iWifW 1 I A FORTIETH ANNIVERSARY WAR STORY : FOR THE CAREFUL MECHANIC r>L8 rightly made of the right material are the only kind. A poor workman quarrels with his tools, 'tis bat bo workman,'good or bad can quarrel with these ...TOOLS... They are made of the best refined steel, highly tempered, other «elected*materials of the finest quality. All oar took are carefully inspected and free from defects, will please, too. Sabine Supply Co. HljUUl,.! jjiiMinasjeiaas e've The finest H*« of Coffee in the city, all blends. As we roast It ourselves, ws know it Is the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 17 August 1903

' •" vV- '¡i ssspats S"««a*. fOi/J? BUSINESS 1$ SOLICITED. ' «• . • '*!' ' , ' ' K ¡T*, 31 ' • V l' /*> J i fpB ©ATE CITY W. C. Dlgg*. Proprietor, NEW WOW 876. ■ymm Southern PmHIo. Outbound— Arrives. No. 4 • • • f • • >■* «** «•-«>•* • 1¿ IS pjBX 7i26 inU, Mo. 8 10:68 p.m. No, 10 , i,, 9:60 a.m. Westbound— Arrives. No. 8 8:16 p.m. No. 6 Steun end Hot Water Heating Estimates given. Job work promptly attended to. All work guaranteed. S. H. BATCHELOR. ORANGE, TEXAS No.7 6:86s.m. No.8 r« 6:46p.m. Orange a Northweetern. No 21, Mr. Orange 7 a. m., ar. Bona 9:16 a. mt No. 1, It. Buna t; SO p. m., ar. Or- ange 3:46 p. m. and Metal Works. DO Y(HJ WANT "'situation t cp so consult gates' Employment and Information ufanan*. ..Bureau., H) Kjm Street. Phene Me. 545 | Local and Personal. . DO YOU WANT TO MAKE MONEY Eastin ¿ Starks Uvery and Transfer Stable rum *, I. L. RICHARD High-Class Blacksmithinf and Carriage Work Expert Pot—hoeing. We prevent and core Interfering by our method. 518 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 18 August 1903

rafflvknlOSw ■Kffil ft*? .w I MEM8I ■ mi THK ASSOCIATE O PRESS. ........n. , ■H l'-"l ill TUESDAY AFTERNOON, AUGUST 18. 1903. i 10 tho Revolution, without whose aid even Wash- ington would have failed of success, is a rood example of Sw much is due to the power money. The greatest tal- of money. The greatest t ents and the most brilliant I genios are alike powerless without Its help. Therefore avail yourself or the financial advantages bank. offered by this National Bank. ORANOS, TOSAS. BBSgJL III. 1 ie Scottish Rite Masons Io Re-Union at Galveston ¡ The Ft nods Oriole Team Assists io the Work—A Short ExpUoitioa of tie Different Divisions of Scottish Wte Masonry. MM'i m ; .... :ure _ Mt ibr jfstts oik Iks i:KS train. Ibrty- > boarded the spo- i a goodly show* "ttaek tip" 'mm well whoa 11*4 ihtr ^■tbo to so «o Aaatta. botera the trola Ml Caputs colled Ma r*-y**T > o brief talk to ooooor In Which So os- os the rood oad at _ mo oros assigned o soot oad that ho would bo a* a« ad t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 18 August 1903

wrijm <-M'¡ worldly — ... • ••* Ifetf'MMg .«a-a,!*}.' ! s a « e e ae Advertising Rates ®rerjr Afternoon lit 4:30 11 AÜMP JT.I|||s, 1 Ow 2: -1?2E' AmeJlea mm ORANGE, TEAXS, AUGUST 18, 1903- The Colombian senate Is a fool. <:k '' ■ , '■ ., m. . 1 , \ 'r~— —-r;— r .. . - ..■■■. . Are you interested in the road to Echo? how much? If so, ¡3*$- . Ü'; * The question of the honr: I. & G. N. road ?" •What's doing with ü ? iiii HÜíi The weather bureau should advertise in the classified column, "Lost—1 storm." The story of the Turkish outrages in Bulgaria exceeds in horror anything the world has yet known. And here sit we idle. The theatrical season opened last night in Beaumont. It will open in Houston August 81. In Orange we don't have that sort of business. The satisfied man is guilty of criminal negli- gence. Each of Ufe is responsible before man and God for the use of his time. The parable of the talents is but the scriptnral illustration of a nat nral fact. Bunning machinery is...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 18 August 1903

fldfeBiHHll ,; i Iém^I&<| ■' « 3 LUXURIES... Mmmtimm Si! *?? ? :'i?« ÉÜM;J tors Furniture, Matting. mmm |pw«. "T l W ■• ■« «MI ¡2®Wvf^}' ;'s Range t —saca «MM Sabine Co. D. C. FOREMAN, •«O MEAT MARKET MM an sweat, Jalcy amé We stake a specialty cat* at steak. 9 9 9 -jrr 9 9 Oar retrtperater caaaiaatfy keeps aH meataat am avam tem- perature, Mm pres*rvla§ their 9 9 9 9 9 tsPaikgt. Church. Ftm delivery to til put 61 city VVHlttar' ii ii EES* r it, «id come back tor wore. - OS <* C*J. IHAW WON* !•> FOR THE CAREFUL MECHANIC TOOLS rightly m«le of tbe ■ right material' are the only kind. A poor workman quarrels with his tools, 'tis hot no workman^good or bad, can quarrel with these ...TOOLS... They are made of the best refined steel, highly tempered, other selected'materials of tbe finest quality; All oar tools are carefully inspected and free from defects, will please too. swSWMIRSlfflí "■' UMMKIHUWllia IH) mm Kin Spf'? = WltMR W f* >4 and of those great qtievtiooaN upon ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 18 August 1903

Itefeás. iü wws ■'"fflli The celebrated |M YOUR BUSINESS IS SOLICITED. Wi Ww >< Cwrtini. *nm# CarstW asS «• liberal « H Gat at tt\e GATE CITY CAFE. W. C. Digge, Proprietor. NSW PHONE 275. ;' ' ' HIGH GRADE PLUMBING Steam and Hot Water Heating Estimates given. Job work promptly attended to. All work guaranteed. S. H. BATCHELOR. ORANGE. TEXAS Near Orange Roofing and Metal Works. DO YOU WANT ACTUATION! IP SO CONSULT GATES' Employment and Information un chMto. ..Burean., uww. M3 Im Street. -fhans Me. 515 Eastin 4 Starks Uvery and Transfer Stable vn. L. L. RICHARD % " .V"ú; High-Class Blscksmithing and Carriage Work Expert Horseshoeing We prevent end core interfering by_ our method. 518 Mate Street P. B. CLRRY & SON, firm, Martaa, Lite amé Acdéemt Imaarmaca Agent*, ORANGE, TEXAS. m*. THE GBM ICE CREAM ...and Confectionery Parlar has everything in the line of Summer Drinks, Choice Candles mad Cigars. H. O. CARNES. POO*. M Ptoae M ¡ti Don't Forget that WE REPAIR Sewing Machines P...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 19 August 1903

Sí 9 .' ÜWp: '"■ ■ !>a|®-'-: EiV! "WkiM mem1 ==: a-w. f the associated press. V,¡ ). Msrtls« Co.. Texas. rnmmmm Wl SHÉ >AV AFTERNOON. AUGUST 19. 1903 niH-'iii i NUMBER 124 mmmmmmm 1 II ll ■ mi i ... i toa, I Wash- of iple of power test tal- an* tUé most brilliant genius are alike powerless without its help. Therefore avail yourself of the financial advantages ottered by this TEXAS. p T"" "T" > i. . ths tax rolls of INI, pr by , sad forward- rapidly. to the i tad his «* of tht taxable has been Wadhr bar AMMMT Col. John Is aa fol- * «+#«*•• |tS * of city prop- ....91.162,430.00 walty..... 1.1SM0M0 0,117.00 44.283.00 210.00 mojo «•us 1.044.00 t • • • ,f .♦ a « a a • « . <£'« «-♦* e-a tf,*y*;4'«s*a a a • • • '• ♦••• • *•* f 91 • 4,a * • a a a'e • • a e • e « 11,790.00 isi.wo.oo 196,169.00 60,490.00 Steam anglnss sad boiler* Monty oa band other «* * of cpadlta otilar than banka (notaa, ato.) Vaina atf shares at eanital v wv ^Tv m _ _ ___ _ ^.e _ _ BiocK or coipormiiowi• Vaina...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 19 August 1903

Chu. M. One Month ======== Btw Afternoon at 4: O'clock, Sunflay* Eaeepted. powerful than Mr. Anáert strides has become the of the Atlantic Qpste W&mSH "• ■'■V.'** ■"•'A- Wnt®. * . . M est railroad a ad tleMnsbip corporatic world, and promises to be one of the in? geniuses of transcontinental and ORANGE, TEXAS, AUGUST 19, 1903. = ; PRESIDENT KIRBVS ADDRESS Hon. John H. Kirby, President of the Trans Mississippi Commercial Congress, in his address to that body in convention yesterday at Seattle, 'tho briefly yet so tully covered every point upon which he touched, and had chosen his points so comprehensively, that he has left the commenta- tor nothing to do bat to read and admire. The writer, realizing this, has carefully gone over that admirable paper with a view to reproducing with emphasis those passages which es- pecially merit such treatment, and has learned, with mixed feelings, that in order to carry out this purpose the entire article will have to be re- printed in italics. ...

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