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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 29 August 1903

want*! Myrdf far 11/rn mot « iMtieir RA4 r ■ «bolee m HJnil . neo w nothing to •t MM aiid oarmiiw Nt thm wm« (wm«- ■wa* f that broto the tbln CMÜHr «Unwinding to«rt, «Ml «bo ni la terror other tfrl ebould «et htm. her fatter, wu of n lie kb«w Btrntea If l« could u«hter abould refuse one who wa« able to tk beraelf to I M* • ambition than to be Tbe result to the altar of a bride which not «vea mar' ike away from the worth- , atnc* the girl con- wife, not only t eo wlllliurljr, but flan- low he Hi ber «Urht sterling qOakl- and he aet- datly routine In 1# (hot that be had made hie Ule. At least that - it. the world pronoancee In anrh tama out to be the truth. catM to notice that hla her Hfe out daring one of (ten 'w (Mag to the well for water dark night, he beard volm and, that eome one waa on hla I who hod no right to bt there. Ho heard hla wtfe tell Lor it she had alwajra loved him and always tore him. but that ahe at way a do her duty by her has- the bneband aa If Ma ahHrriad and the...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 29 August 1903

11® ClflM eeÉ WÁ aw ^g«a ,t at the m NEW PHONE m. .'«'Ill !H„ TRAIN SCHEDULE. ' :. 1 HIGH GRADE PLUMBING Steam —^ Hot Water Heeling Estimates given. Job work promptly Attended to. All worlt guaranteed. * S. H. BATCHELOR. ORANGE, "TEXAS Hear Orange Hoofing and Metal Works. No. 4 • e • • • a • « mm e a \ 'UO. 6 • ••-*« •',«' * • e • • m m • ♦ • so • a l". No -8 • V 10 f V Westbound— Arrives. No. S • •••••• a • • • Sült pjft* 5 • •••••••«••••.*• • «« 5:88p.m. No. 7 *• • • *« • *•*«•••«*.*•••« 6illl.ll* Nq. ...................... 8:4S p.m. YOU WAlfT AE81TUA.TION ? ir SO CONSULT GATES' it and Information §13 Sjnpú Street. SW Fkoas No. 545 L RICHARD High-Class Blscksmithinf and Carriage Work Expert Horseshoeing. We prevent and core interfering by our method. 518 Main Street. -Osar. \B.CbRRY&SON, ¿83 Firm, Marin*, Lite AccUmnt Immmrmmcm A§mntt, ORANGE. TEXAS. THE GBM ICE CBEAM Confectionery Parlor baa everything in the line of Summer Drinks, damn. n. o. carneo, moa. m. ew mm I PHOH. US...

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

IIKfffP iff fI '■>. : I- IP.Í-Í- ■ Jíifij i#iíi .¿> ' " * ' ' frit ' *1 223==—==± X'Sfi WW' mm - Mil Wuii .-, n i flKi ¡ •. to • • "<: MEMBER OF THK ASSOCIATED PRESS- «¿x—..v., i ..■.M.iir i,, ■ i i. VOLUME 2 m * =£: ; ; w' •*** ;|P As ii rHim - ORANGE, TEXAS. MONDAY AFTERNOON, AUGUST 31. 1903 '■/i- ■ ■ 1 rrr m PI m i The Financier of the Kevolutli without whose aid even W ington would have fail Jpccess, Js a good examp] how much is due to the po of money. Hie greatest eats and the most brill genius are alike power; without its help. Therei avail yourself of the flnanc mi === 5HS advantages bank. offered The Southern Pacific Cots Rates In Two Sensational Reduction Mlade in New Orleans-Havana Steamship Rate—Rates Will Affect Every Ameri- can Railway* Making New Orleans Basing Point tor ttie Rates to Havana—Mr. Anderson Explains. The Orange National Bank. ORANGE, TEXAS. HK5 mm Shortage Remedied A bowl ton* and loud «Sat up from ta fthtppenrof OnaageVlast w«k when. without a m...

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

K ni hn . "i ' 'V w I LITHOCBAPHINC CO., ••1 •''i.' •' ■ÍW* vw flEjffflPjS® Cha . M. Beln, President ■wtrarai; irriWM^'v.i.M.á Mtered at the Postoftlce at Oran #. Taxas, aa Booond Class Mall Matter. I^nrjl1"! " — «:■ - ■■ '• , I.I 1 Subscription Rates: Hrac Three Months .fl SO One Month ...•«« .. •. W One Tear $6 00 tlx Mentha ...... * * Advertising Rates on Application. Í , lesued «Very Afternoon at 4:30 O'clock, Sundays Excepted. ORAGNE, TEXAS, AUGUST 31, 1903. 'M A "BIRD" OF A FLYING MACHINE. Ji; For some months past Prof. S. P. Langley, of the Smithsonian Institute, which, by the way, is sup ported by the United States government, has been at work,—on a salary paid by the people—under the auspices and orders of the Great Elihu and his War Department, in constructing a flying machine. Like Darius Green of old, he has discarded the idea of a balloon attachment and depends upon the motion of four huge silken wings to keep the thing afloat. -Were Langley using his own time and money...

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

B' •• K ' !*; f ■'.jjj t-i- ' '■■■'■ ->:/>>• I.-'' ' ■ ^ I Tfl -I ' ( rllfp:: , •• 1 ' ?>•«§ | i I T I I | * I , L niia'vy.S f •. '■/' ci' W«amm ?5{ WW 1 ' -Í <"i' Tirfffl i i ■ ig, and W!* ;if- _1.;V t i were ing up HINE I (mi la I •«. Ike Buck's Junior Range to be awarded Sep- tember Btb. Learn at least Aire reasons why year nether •mM ewa « IP I PB^'l lilJC IV S ' MRSIUKI (.1 S M SO IUNIISI ^ • * Á v \ */ / MUM Buck's Range "W a " - ■ ' ' • .V >• . , .. • ' Orange Furniture Company Ü I ' '.•ijfeV;/ '' ■ |i¡ n V' .'vJ . ImM N^.S ■ II n^II il%|( m i | HAIL HAMMtRS... MS TON SAWS frmm. FLAMS frmm A TOOt Box completely filled may not In aeueaaary to the arenua man. Few, howerer, can do without some tool*. And these few tools ahonld be Rood. Then they will do good work and laat a life time. We sell at moderate prices such thins* as one requires. .. 40c to 91.25 $1.15 tm 2.50 ...50c tm 94.99 We carry m complete line ef Toels of ell Kinds. See es before buying. Vt CAI ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 31 August 1903

W. H. STAK*. L. MIUCK. rnmmm W.W.W/0 of Grange, ¿T«mi> HH/J? BUSINESS IS SOLICITED. — - O * * -* « U ' - - wl «me M N VMTWRii niwpi Mina M V# Mirw Eat at the GATE CITY CAFE. W. C. Diggi. Proprietor. NEW 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. TRAIN SCHEDULE. ■'"* « a • e-e • ♦ • • « r a t e> « • ■ DO YOU WANT ACTUATION ? IF SO CONSULT GATES' Employment and Informatiqn ..Bureau.. u«kuM. II*. 565 . ^ RICHARD High-Class Blscksmithinf 1 «ai Carriage Work Expert Horseshoeing We prevent and core interfering by oar method. SI8 Main Street P. B. CURRY & SOI>l9 Ore, Marine, Life aaé Accident Insurance Agents, ORANGE, TEXAS. . Southern Pacific. Eastbound— No. 4 No. 6 No. 8 . No. 18 Westbound- No. 3 No. 6 ....... No. 7 No. 8 Arrives. 1:15 pA. 7:25 a.m. 10:58 p.m. 9:50 a.m. Arrive*, 8:15 p.m. 5:53 p.m. 8:86 a.m. 8:48 p.m. Orang...

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

; 'Jtó I L wwM<' of I Hm iMurrwrtifct Hi M|1 ^Ul'TStollow^l b? f bifTttilttg operitioQi OottBtv Inidation o snd other*. fhtn (4 of the bigest crop ta ' the dot industry ta harvested this or the Orange company win out "rm of theftr (ana ilk ' |a«t riw The iut4 t« tall «ad ta* bead* aw r Imy HdUwy utleli ; yield f*t sOcarod aa their • 1 m i -1 ■" iml • — ■* ■ i WT. ay. it in datad «aya Vice coaita ■i but E|. ''' W',fiií'r'.\"yl i■,,"2M'V •■■' on tibe Tica consul's In a fusllade fired according to the tie- affairs. Mr Letschmann refused to accept concluí# « proof,, and the judicial investiga- <f I , •• the gabHaie Forte like a naval noticeable In the American* are not fettered, nice other, nation*, political affair ta Turkey. f.íK4^ )£*:1 ¡í: ■■:-,* HI II run Ml HM that no the whole S'jt <■ -«on >« bv 14« oresent ■ ■ of I the criticism— I and who 1N1 Kvi ir ij- <*e ÍBÜ ember ■HI mMBm was discuss- Informed the De- he can ase ir- 1, but at the request this Is the and the a...

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

«H -Sí ■-V 'Í'Í'ÍÍ.IWÍJ™ mm :* ■> ; 4 W ■# Advertising Every Afternoon at E®sj fm\i "0"' . ' ^ ífc íGE, TEXAS, : üsIRÍ m m I&iP Wí ■ THE PRICE H$fSFWm\ ; irernor Hogg, the,; authorities" are ji irding the effect] urice of cotton. Drices of t er and i \he hold ! Post is1! ppp 1 Post and other _ quite a lit- oi the pres- ► takes the groun ; have not I not to any > Incoming crop; Mr. Brown 1 him engineeLjrie recent "corner" 5. rost asks: "Doe* Mr. a, imagine lor one mo- i have participated in this profit? ; an exactly opposite condition admitted that practically all the had passed out of the hands of 'the deal was put through?" I that the bulls took advantage of the supply tii cotton and forced prices up, id vantage of themselves and those fanners who parted with their crop. It is hardly fair, how- as has been suggested by one or two interior s, to blame the bull operators with the shortage, neither controlled the acreage, the weather nor laws of supply and demand—they simply...

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

: t Sm^Wi : Mm i/amm Ifrff# aoatly atetara and OmV m* e*ch ; |jí^P^ÍWMÍi $| '04 W'- ^ ,;¡^' >y | SC/C/i'S Furniture ompany. RANGE. ww A TOO! BOX completely filled rosy not be netewiry to tbe «vence man. Few, however, oaa do without some tools. And these tew tools should be Rood. Then they will do Mod work snd last We sell at moderate prtoee such things ss one require*. Ill NAIL HAMMERS OIS TON SAWS tmm .... 40c tm 9M6 • .«. '91'tM Ml 9M.M0 +.9&G § pi ' gSP| • completa Hue of Tools of all Kinds. See ms More baylag^ I UK TOO * IwÜ Sabine Supply Co ■■■ ■■ 1ft-M. 5 ® MEAT N«l ere iir««(, /«/cy re/s of sfee*. üi nfrffirfrtr constantly MMtt «r •« «••tf f#.////es. IIMI 144. Vv'TM í dallvsrr to sit part* of city KW'wiy1'1 ; ;; ; HHK ism itt Tofc , CIOMU, ¡, iiv t«iit«, etc. ÍLL0CH. StSv;. : V.r\ •■•?.« IH •rrewil obsti resorvey tíaémii let had shown ftite the ow -JairmeflML- b *en taken «way frotó d out. ; %§§ There are always disputes '"1nts after evefy mirvey, f time the rnmmfcwton...

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

7¡ 'Í^'AOÍ City. Hfi _ mm PPwpePP ■P® ítetoN V, No. 6 • • I* 4£#: >• • f■•« • .'7,5 ——- aMt Lints i Balare- ..........,V.,... Sí W.'í. '0$S „ — given. Job work iptly attended to. AJI work No. 5 6:53 p.m. M it. No.7 6:16 A.tt, • 1:41 p.m. — S. H. BAT 1 Metlü Works." KBppi*_■■■ ; «f # P,: '"'i ■?- B' t H ir BO OONRÚLT GATKS' Employment and Information UUW LMIW, mVIWCMN. LaunMM. ~~ '• ..... ljr„j Horseshoeing. We prevent and core interfering by our method. 818 Mala Street. •sP ■ Mypviif* •• &''Y:, : ; •:* — —— , Ff life ■MR ' ÍSÍ; , ^ipmpfBygai ORANGE. TEXAS. No. 21, hr. Bona 8:46 a. • ¡I n . 6:30 a. m., ar. ISSlflfEa una 8:46 a. . No. 1, It. Buna I; 30 p. m„ ar. Or- «• 8:46 p. m. The ftein Litlio. Co. M ICE CKEAN wvg*. JSSJiWW ^™ . Soft.' -r;' If Nat O. Turner, of Beanmoat, mm a visitor to the Gate City yesterday. T). B. Chapia, city sales agent ior the Kirby Lumber company at Beau mont, spent the day In Orange Mon- day "" ™í-"\ geUt yon a neat aotOv^yT at K'í'í """" m «f • • ¿...

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

lit ííierefore by tbla <? (HI nal Bank, General Pusenter fie, Patata l.—The do- Oí the MK draw Ita districts of tbe It la the South of the nation la to see the President about It Ha waa ao persistent and hla actlona were ao atranca that the oft- cera aalted him and taking bin from the buggy in which he waa aeated, ad hi under guard in th« atables. The revolver waa found In Wellbrum- the vast and mart buggy. ml lea betowshdreltuaolshrdeltaosdTd Welibrummer reaidaa about gflvc miles inland from Oyater nay at a amali place called Syaaáet. He la wail draaaad and it ia thought that ha had two accomplices, aa the footprint* of two man ware found ia the «oft mud ££****' near the buggy's tracka. am mor ta though! bp||li He la a email truck termer la one of three brothera. He alao baa two aiatera. Tbe family ia well is thla section and all are hold in general eateem. '• The man will be held until a jfurtaer investigation of tbe caae can be made. Oliver with "abstract- By Aaaodated Presa, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 2 September 1903

MIWFi •v'"\,V-1 •. *•'.S ^ "v .'1 \, " sr> --- • v,¿/.y, ,:::si8i;"3«3í« t matter up U TEXAS, SEPTEMBER, a, 1903. been working hard toward the end that our river ^ mi MISSTATEMENTS OF FACT, The persistent misrepresentation of facts i and its wonderful resources by newspapers (.reputations for veracity only adds to the harm done by -sñCh. articles, has frequently been called atten * to by those interested in the development of the , . ,v ..1®. When a newspaper of the standing of the Houston indulges in such tactics to call the world's atien- to Houston, it makes a grievous mistake and ac- iishes only harm, not good. 5, with her wonderful resources, is rapidly forg- ing to the front as the grandest State in the Union, and if the plain truth, without ornamentation, is told about the State it will accomplish for more good than all the fcoom stuff, founded on fact but made up of facts dis- torted out of all senfrlance to the truth, can ever do. The mistake made by nineteen out of twen...

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

PBS !Éi¡ I ■ IIP ■ • ^^55'" -1 nSMnimSK mmfm \ ¡sÉtspl '.-¿pi ; m Iwt'OTilMll ^ wtM 'A ■ttm 3 rMMM why a.BUCK'S RANGE. £. \'I ■■ ■;:< }$&'?% ' - ■ a- . re Furniture : ',-V^ & • :■<& Mf£* 11 fcfífií: >4 P?OA méBQX completely filiad may n"4 be MoMMMry to the innn ' VML^MS LAMAIBAA JH man. WW, no water, can <io without tome took. And thaw few tools should be finf will do nd last a Ufo We mD at moderate prices jp noil things m one reqaira. mIM, i Mc f ff.fff «I.IS WCfcM NcltM.M Iff ¿Ü • complete line of Tool of all Kinds. • ¿1 '?>" W $$ V'^yftiwíí ••i,, #■"•■ '• Sabine Supply Co. E@a lE$ ' ''¿i. ""T K®TO#ÍÍ? 'é*' - .„■ ¡¡¡AT WW •yffMT Ml mmm? '■■ 'X&^g I I I I I sttwy wan parts of city. ü^SSI ( Tito, CIomIv, I Lmlorlw, Etc. $1 Wv * HI■: íBliíB % !' <rf tools, t ruln- pre- carries otir ere- open the flip „T of the most orld for him "'HP rJÍMi|M| l «tan stays 10 It all night. We «re éareful atom employlo our men. y toast Kite iKjfMli nn«i have the of Wfer...

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

HIGH GRADE ¡¡¡¡¡1 . Estimates given. Job promptly attended to. All work ^f%oaranteed S.H mm liearOr; and Me 4HnPP|M| No. 4 ">*!• *■* * S'sV-s a S^i éy.-*'' ÍPK:|H No. 4 • •¿s s • • e ewe'S,<e « • « . T;*6 a.m. No. WO. 30 • a :#-e «*.*^^fe#e •• . 0:60 a.m. 1'.:^' .' 'ilM No. 3 8:16 p.®. Wo. 6 m§i 6:26 a.m. No. .... • •' oW'S-if. ■ •••*«*>W* . 8:46 p.m. |Vj . V?'V .'.;:''Vi;-'-■■ A'j • • . vJP'V- it ,.■! h^Wsew&w, «(Si •am'' t£ W The hnslnoss ^ i #j i i .. III ! I tai* afternoon. aw® ;\W:v They Wanlt a Two suits for diraoe hwri in tlw district court tor coining tern. Plaintiffs In bol divorce. One soft to styled Lula « Mason *s. George K. Masoa, and other rcsdflflflHH| Ruby Dandrldge. 'f f ; ¡H ¡¡T^Llfc^ j ft. - itoK ■ ■* - • 1.0 '■ ' ■■■' ••■;■ " V ' * v\-"_ ..t -' •*- A , ' : $*■■■■■'"?> ST" T,. «*■* BKft'w.vf SO YOU WAHT Anan'DATios> ip so apNHvur o*.w ■.,v¿I and Information aas Ms. 545 3 Eysn Street Éi«S L. RICHARD Bi|ji.f.l g« Blacksmithin|r*- and Carriage Work...

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

1 4 i, % i m tákbm m&Mmm IM 4,,.!íillí-f T I I : i? L§ S8W*<WlV'WV-,t- ¡SfSÉ $* r'Pot $$' í'/ fil '■ ipf "' }:\ 1 SRi í .^.'' .i • , ; ••> 41 w! ' ' ¿•fe '' ' #3® ******** w ^ I '"• 3S5flf * 'M w. «10 ■'' I !-iw'?«efei ' aftiA i 't Wrfy* ' üflr ffifi Sfer vS.K II }WV mu |f>'í Í;¿1 ¿«X )-¿}m |.'vf f.;f| il wi ! &V¿--- -w ÉfM? ' ■¿m i tw* ijP.(¡Sr™ fe* 5 ■ : ¡s$É$ iiimri *y # p. m. ítsssíSI® ■ÜBB mmé after It the mnuwr. ' —fetó Furniture ompany. Í$Xi:¿ ■•■.,>,■■■. -;|fx ?7^,í!f"flSSJR ; ";v '/, Í.'' *——- mkwm •& illiniumnn inn ange Furniture Company's \1 Contest closes with Fri- j; 1 ' M ' W^ ' ' ' ? '■ V '• | ;,' >; I ' I issue of the Afternoon Tribune.•; « All guesses must be handed to;• :: Advertising Manager:: oon Tribune, not later: I ' %%/-* '4 *'* !'i - v,: * * ' 4 I' - << * - 1 t on Saturday of this week- • • MW ■ « winner's name and guesses ;; %Mi m need in Saturday's Af-; ¡ TFTiT. , mm&m inn MiiH- - +* mam k fr' * M—i Hill T last reputati...

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

i-sViPXf ¡Pw! : ■ issteassseste mmSmwím «111 wwSflwfii SEPTEMBER 3, 1903. REVOLUTION INEVITABLE. ■ I i í"*ÍS: y paper you pick up has more or les to siv the threatened revolution on the Isthmus of Pan- as a result of the rejection of the canal treaty by the Colombian Congress a few days since. The latest state that a revolution is inevitable and the Indians on the Isthmus are already up in arms against government. It is stated on what seems good authority that the government will be unable to check the revolutionary ¡¡Sentiment «end war is inevitable. Whether or not this revolution will eventually re- dound to the benefit of the people of the United States remains to be seen. P The leading newspaper of Panama, El Isthexno, in a recent article told of how Panama came to be incorpor- ated into the Columbian republic after being an inde- pendent state from 1857 to i860. Continuing, El Is- says: "Is the Isthmus of Panama happy be- to Colombia ? Would not the Isthmus be for- tunate separ...

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

I to thí i of tht Piatmi ( vm ipi the Panama «« he has what their lit' delay é tboM and wh<r il altua- from mm* WItllthoertBOgOOl that apaamo^kt "Panama to Puenta la Panama it hi f> General IIMlWI toi dla* from bin horn* aíat Rn—a- i e6 to ta ea bit If thta la true, Herrará again auviii command the revolutionary fwroea and eaat lot with the Isthmian people, aa hla intention had tu* lato Victoriano t^renao. who to Coucau after the attr Of the Liberal floreé* laat Da* moer. has escaped, aad Is presumed > ha to «ka marahee making hla war I PM>si>; Loraaso had 7000 to his following aad it Is ton Bsrrad that ha wfll hare little «Mealty to rallying tha old foross If hs sno- «tods to autta* his way baeh to 8aa ^ , or ft tur fMtltvoM mint. From t « amw |PM*pai V aapssa tha report that hs Is -'Ühs tediaos. dud treaty chanoéa are for the agreement It aeema to he agreed, a question of Panama canal rather than a choice be- tos. \::M" ., i ■ COTTON TAKES A TUMVLB. ^StSv4i''V' •'"'...

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

PPi ilW; LDE ■■■■kkIísí Síi>é«« ffoi Water Heating Estimates given. Job work Jy attended to. All work teed. '' • W S. H. RATCHELOR, ORANGE. TEXAS Orange Roofing and Metal Works. ' ■ TRAIN SCMRDULR. HELP ? A SITUATION! 00 YOU WANT ■K& ?. ■ 1_ - - ■ m IT 80 OONBCLT OATES' Employment and Information lilt Thtnrht. ••BlirCfiU** t «Mislays 5*3 lyn témt fkm* No. SiS L. RICHARD fitch-Class Blscksmithinf Carriage Work i Horseshoeing. We prevent and core interfering by oar method. 518 Main Street. .OTP"1 B. CÜRRY& SOyV, ■ • ■ * Or , Mmrlme, Life am* Accident Imaurmmce Agent*, ORANGE. TEXAS. Southern Paolflo. Eastbound— Arrive . 1:16p4ft. NO. ♦ * *•*<* 7!25 ft«lD, mm .10:58 p.m. No. 10 9: BO a.m. Westbound— Arrives. No. 3 ....... •,* • t • 11«i J 8:15 p.m. No. 6 "•*•*'* • *•< * • * *« • • - / '•*•'•• 1:58 p.m. No. 7 .«« *•• .*'• ii«« *...«n * i 8:56 atn. No. 9 . •••«..« •••• .«i...... 8:45p.m. Orange a Northweetern. No. 21, Jr. Orange 6:36 a. m., sr. Buna 8:45 a. m. No. 1, Iv....

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

mm )0H. SEPTI mt ' v —: 4, 1903 Mí j Hill • I.T . /on—Victor c £ MM in a Dense Fog Line—Lost Her Wiy in ftr Mistake Until Reliance Antagonist in All ¡ $ÍÉ$Íf$: * lWw%' íri$SÍH " BUCK'S mm r" in it iii ,i, Hinimiii h iminm im By Aaeoclitad Preae. Now York, «apt, 4.—Rellano*, the American «dp defender, yaatar- day evening won lh« third and final raca of tha aerlee for that fam- ous trophy, the Amorloa'o eup. In a denso fe whleh prevented vio- lón beyond 200 yarda, oho finished the race at 5:30:02 «mid the aeela- matlons of the aeoembled float. Shamrock III., after running for mora than an hour In tha fag, missed the finish lino paaaod it, and than turned ta It from tha oppooite direction. ■H'i H .frM M"H HHI I 1-1 I t l í f l !' H ■M-l-I-l- + * X * * + + A ft A VGt. Orange Furniture r ng Co mimi muni m mi ni i ini wrn W: range Furniture Company's ■ j Contest closes with To-'- • • ssue of the Afternoon Tribune.■ ■ All guesses must be handed to;; O'Neill, Advertising Manager:: ; '*$« * ...

Publication Title: Orange Daily Tribune
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 4 September 1903

j-- Wtótsa thlSS'1 ÍOOt!W 4 1903 HE "SEEK" 'EM. jsw Who cried: "I have a toothache caused By .chewing tough banana ! ^ neighbor was a turtle-dove, sang a chanson risky While jelly-fishes, in a jam, * Were calling loud for whisky A whale was turning somersaults, And spouting soda water, Which caught and drank most cage^ , 5 , The Pelican, hi daughter. With thousand eyes a monster fly1- Was making goo-goo twinkles— The bobtail alligator sang . The latest rag time wrmkles. An elephant flew through the air By means of ears a-flapping, An oyster outside, at the door, Was yelling and was tapping, y EMWMgjf, * Oh, if you would avoid all this— 1 This zoologic pother- Be well advised and do not eat t - Mushrooms at midnight, brother. -¿-H. R. R. Hertzberg, in New Orleans Harlequin. ■ ''' . X v-.'f • '> • ■ "v; . ' ^ HERTZBERG'S DREAM. It is customary for newspaper men to tell "fairy stories" about the wonderful resource , etc., of their respective towns when off on a vacation and it is pr...

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