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

t '-■■ m t\11 iMIWWJi JffliiiWWWIWWWjWttJpiiii^ * MMMM'' ¡ v>fU A^V^-^vvjit JEBE IiSlfc •■ i #1,1/ m ... .<■:■ or :r'f:7' i E2sanÉKjfc3I29 I } yMf* 0 ; ,4 V^ i- • \ ..... /la ffl. fk*J 'at ■ yáa k jfif_J. : wi'£ Ja ..- .•:: ^ JK > - #|wl BZ*'}nWt% 'riLy& ; i «¡m ¿ iaa iX3M!CgSgSgS«iM, f • ' j jw ' :'lr 5 4#¡|¡? 'lg ■'. •■"•", ' ' '•' : ':■ vv • L".h:?i*MwÍfo+Í 'V^&s4& "jfc I •x# w.^Kfr ■■■MI only a «lep, a nMÉl' r mmámifr a very rang one oí bi convertí Éfcf -"""• " %!Wl#jW •y m wl.ll« their to Infect the on+bitlMnch oik tuiiik. I tliaMada tu broken off. ííMdfca 4MÍ4(: ' port " V I he •Z Q O Corset Co/ Corsets. They «re the best made. * v3*W*• >W'" St Id only at l Miners ^ i J '■■ ■"•( %-^Át Not Too Soon ¿ to think of a Old one and no MbHMltl its -3 Ü1 dds display •! The day P ' «>■? and Ranges fall of lBINE supply CO. •••• ■• r to ill part of city ... 9fP ImBSR-V 9h*8$ .«top ft. *Wt JM who since the death of her hnd been lirlng lit ft room of ItWtery buikl...

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

tí' *,'-1 'sI'• 7"VS No. 4 vi • • • M • •*••• •# •• • No. € *« • * < • • • • rMfjMW •'• * No. 10 r • • . • . Íá<&* t«* •!*«•• Mb given. Jpb work r attended to. All work :Mpjb. 9:50 a.m. Arrives. No. 3 • t • * • e e^Mrté-e •• • *e a +#<* 9:18 p.m. No. 5 ..... 5:63p.m. No. 7 No.® •<•* .. * 8*41 pJD. Orange A Northwestern. No. «. lv. Orange 6:30 a. m., ar. Buna 8:46 a. m. and •mm* ORANGE. TEXAS Roofing Works, ¡p ;, ■ • iL YOU WANT ACTUATION ! ir SO OONHCLT GATES' and Information ..Bureau., lmmmm. Plume Ho. MS 'Em t. L. RICHARD Hifh-Clias BlacksmllhiDi and Carriage Work Expert Horseshoeing. We prevent and care interfering by onr method. 518 Mala Street. I® P. B. CURRY & SON, ; y tin, Marine, Lite mini tfip^l )? ORANGE, TEXAS. — -M im THE GBM ICE CIEAN -"-™ Confectionery Parlor has everything in the fSi! Summer Drinks, pi/' Choice Caadles mad Cigars. No. 1, Iv. Bon* 1:10 p. m., ar. Of ange 3:48 p. m. ■ i Local and Personal. •mmmmhmS One Dollar gets yon a neat map of O...

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

<&■ M : tm mm iifeS pf Hill '.I iiiiy Jtw eSmSSRm S. «903 3= RW$& teSi "ÉW iXhnnm.li- ¡lili, n I mil . i L I' - J STORE ¡¡flKKH MMW|I''?& ' ■ ftf "if " . „ _ r_, _r the inpal shipment of Fall Woolen Skirts. This cient to awaken keen i among our customer y number of these Skirts, relyi i to gain the approval and incide statement is suffi- " ' in the garments we've stocked a ü mm ¡ím . Read on I * if features qf stylishness and fair 4part of the needful of all prudent • f,y " * ' * ''■ ma w^m A A mrnmmM m i v/^Jkií WBKmm mmrnf site* ft to 2; iBm^rvSfiSSQPUS « •••*. . raiWSl •' V'v" ■" ■ '.fÉ{ " ■Bgái $¡S¡jm§ ,:r ra '.v 4 W-3 'A cúj tailor- Counterpane, 98c. This is a snowy white coun- terpane, heavy Marseilles pat- tern; crochet ends. 11 1 ■" 1 111 ' i" Milium - I - •4¿j)í^r Red Damask, 25c. Turkey red Table Damask in bright floral patterns; 62 inches wide. pMl «m^oie Melton WALKING ed fooi times and seam being stitch- R*. 17t7.~A matt practical skirt. inches from hot- ...

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

H "'1 ' '—' ij!}¿¿" g$S8SM A SPSOIAUTY AMUCE W.J. WINGATB, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. at Court •M, üi \ ■ 4 Storks Uvcry and Transfer Stable actine city attorney Hon. ■■ 1)1 ■■■I'M "*"* T^Tt*" " ' ■ ,J^- A.-1L1- nialiAi) " '■**■*" -1* It certain ' iSpH have been disregarded and which intend in future to enforce to the let- "There baa been no arrestamade of parties riding bicycles at night without light on their wheels, bnt in the fu- ture all who do so will be arrested and fined. There Is a great deal of night] riding done and It Is a wonder some one is not hurt. In order to avoM any accidents we expect in future to force this ordinance strictly. "The riding of bicycles on sidewalks will also be looked after by the polloe | and parties guilty of doing so eaa ex pect In future to be arrested and brought before Recorder Nenjits. "The other ordinance which all ot- fleers have been Instructed to en- force rigidly is the one appertaining to vagrancy. The practice of lazy ne- groes and equally lazy...

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

m ippii P^P^IímíS ; -&BHK wm Ii«;í P* # Lp ard's r a d e <i Rfeader ¡í«w ■ mk & Hw' «• . ■" : !j; «mi jasara ■'■*'58® $ ¡i ' <"'''■' ■ '■•"'vi-#|¡ PRIMARY ae m Srat term. , • , ■ÍV ' A"r *T.,3 IÉ|—*¿¡w ■ m lili ■¡Í| W0¡ WM p|SB m 1 i ARI1 Z^kPf mmñ'íM] tort term develop tile ,i ■!, ¿t-ú. m in connection object lessons, sto . and with subjects liad pictures in reader*. Use of capitals and per toda, Pronoun I and quentton poln^'SM '" \ SI 1 to 8. Idea be la figures aa early Fjfth month wmm wivi'llte , MiSm 1 í * íspl** «tino má ;| DRAWING. , . history. storle* nnr* ie« ■*¿¡£?g iGbool rooms, on Dlay- ground* f 4 in town. WHtlág with loas paper or P*n modeling, tablet notation to XXX. Combination of number* to ll, frac- tion 1-4 and 14. Ü. 0. Money uble, lone mene- are to yard. Tablea taught by actual obser- vation nhd measure- ment. ■ Confine aa la 11 rat term. ■, Whre, part 1. Oral inatruction in history connected with Aa hi drat term. Globe copy book No. 1, Zaner Webb a...

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

at 4:30 Wfi and the amount of each half of the ; no catalogue has been recently issued, St Foster recommends that this list be preserved by ents, guardians and pupils for future reference. JGE, TEXAS, SEPTEMBER 5, *9°3- ===5= ws m '¿msihW tSKAN BOUNDARY QUESTION. Alaskan Boundary Commission is now in ses- London, the tribunal consisting of three repre- of the American and three of the British in It has been alleged that one of the American ■s declared, in advance of the meeting, determination in favor of the Canadian claims, is improbable, because it would be highly improp- er, but. the commissioners are, of course, intimately fa- with every claim and argument which will be ad- The main question in the controversy, according to the Chicago Record-Herald, is stated by the Amenican John W. Foster; to be whether the boundary JWMff ween Alaska and Canada runs across certain r ways which he describes as arms or inlets of the The American contention is that the coasts of these inlets shou...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 5 September 1903

mmm , «id «II the 11IHI1 BEAUMONT TEXAJ r twmss<**?w ' ■ i mm. It hu not reported marinea were land- Qirtnffl of «ay other keen landed. The Aiso • correspondent learn* iH that the Porte cannot By Assocltted Preaa. Oyster Bar, Sept. 5.—It appears that the leaaon of laat Tuesday night when outside of th > lfar«i>n *he «adman Weilbrtinner endeavored * «Ka n««L.. to torea himself Into the presence of | the German government ra- ^ ^ aaw ^ wel, letrn. en. The force of secret service offi- cers haa been well strengthened and it la probable that other additions will be made to the torca within a few days. Tomorrow night the President and party will start for Syracuse, where on Labor Day, the President will deliv- er an important address. Kxtraordlnary precaution* have been and will be taken to Insure the person- al aafety of the President on the trip and at Syracuse. The President will bold no public recaption while there. Turko-Balkan affairs as hav the acuta phase. Porte'a inabil...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 5 September 1903

home i vr. c. smterumg. . Jul Local Mention. fT;f| will attend tbe > tute session. ñ . M. Williamson and children tor a visit to Waco. and Lillian Ball are i a visit to Atlanta, Texas, Sfi 2 Messrs, W. B. St. John Clark, the former of Rsyue, the oí Welsh, La., are business visitors to od his o: the Onto City today. I and Mrs. W. P. Van Andel are the home folks tn Tennessee. ■ C. Call was visiting Mr, D, Call, in Beaumont this W. H. Rogers, managalng owner of the Rogen Pipe Une, came In yester- day from a business trip to Kansse City and other Northern points. Alma Proctor, of Beaumont, Is of Miss Helen Pord this Misses Annie McKay and Pearl Ball Tuesday for Sherman to enter College. Miss Bula Ortmeyer was entertain tag her cousin, Miss Mary Belle Hart- man of Bryan this week. Up. E. L. Reid and children, Lou- ise -and Rogers, are In Fredericksburg fo a stay of several weeks. Flor beat prostration, place a hot water bag at the feet, with a oloth In cold water to the bead. mwjjjPiB...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 5 September 1903

tWf'Ymí r *n! ím v > ai'1 r 'Kftf , .■ ■ ' ' - J iíí < 'Í , " i'\ S3* ■'," raÍ|^^Pv|í?r. ■'■■■' !!4i|sif;p. v¿-" w^mSmemmM pisgMK* 1 •!'*-.l kSS^OSSÍ • . , 'k ■ ' ni i' 'i ■ ' i ■ . ' • " , iJjr ■*&" • .;Jfjí'; *'• !; .,'.¿.M J Dgfl 1KAIH ¡¡p§|P ■É^írVv r^Sp: 'í,; for the flaWMBWa&w «'■■■' fe >-.vwMt sfP8Bfc5.7J.v- if/Wv' ■■'■' ■<■ '■' >'gS3'm\ * i is, ««iSBsw. or not. , or Mattings for the floor, FurnitM^ for the walls, and Shades and Curtains for the Windows. ices, liberal terms, we hope to merit We will gladly show you through our stock, whether you éfr ét> —— — fíÉ¿K á S& '<1, ■ 'f 'T' 'Vs ^T^/'S?Sr^ *'▼* 'T^ Tp\''fyV The end of out August Sale has proven . a most gratifying success. This proof that the buying public appreciates our Generous Bargains Is an extra Incentive to carry on our sale for another ■ « ; > " week. '■ ¿-,1 *¿tk ¡gaps sbSK jStpT Oak Crater Tablet, «II liiu, from $1.M (0 $12.N. • Still ^f9SSfwikm ■ MM mill ilill >1 fine ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 5 September 1903

. WmmB ; «...i . P f. ! Work ; aad repaired first clam «tyle. Beat ma- best «nú f ' * ■ " i < < Smok* , « : LfMJ. KittaM n Work blower , sheet iron work, work for mills and < steamhoata Valley floes and X gutters for buildings. *««•« work for brlók buildi specialty. Estimate* Tmniobté «mu* Iron ngs a « < 1 to ay , part of the country. All or- ders receive prompt attention ' JÍ Just Received I A fresh supply of Shredded "Wheat Biscuit, Grape Nuts and Cream of Wheat, fresh Evapora- ted Apples, Peaches and Apri- cots. A fine line of fresh Cakes, OrackerB and Vanilla Wafers, New Honey, Kraut and French Peas and canned Vegetables. Fresh California Fruits al- ways on hand. i, Cora, Oats and Chops. . «i . G. W. BALL. ' Pacific. I Arrives. Ho. 4 ft • f ♦ a> sre W* •"< a ft e e 4r 1:15 p-an. 1®0. 8 r* •■••• • * r • •' • •' # •• w •.. No. S •«•••••••• ■ .-#• •<* • • •«* * • *101B8 p.m. Mo. 10 9:50 a.m. Westbound— Arrives. No. 8 • J'ft ft ft ft •> «-fr-ré • • • ft'e a 3...

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

m ■ hob' Mm, will not r, but bjr wa- nd rea- r cent) will net wwwm labor la an at- nuking |i oul of BTOTMbEMISI ■ ■00"m§iíi mmmm MmM Hfefef draMr* -ÉmfmVmi ■ 1M éée ,7™1E m lillMpi|,' V^fe4^ HmK MM . SEPTEMBER 8. 1903 ££= By Associated Press. atlnople, Sept. Í.—A Consul fierce « ,bé- chM a Mtissui- in the an m MMM iiil HHiÉi i^iÉlni HS55K fffiP ■ ta LeaÉvlll , Coto, Sun- portrait and butt of irlcan warships at Beirut han Ired a feeling of security In all the foreigners and Chris tains. Proposed action to curb Bulgaria, made by Ruaala and Austria, baa (ailed of approval by the powers. Bulgarians and Macedonians have ¡bees arested to Constantinople as "pre- ventive measures President Roosevelt delivered an ad- dresa on the relatione of capital and tibor it ftyrmotiaft. N T.. fostirdAf. Uant Sutton of Its constabulary wna murdered by a mob of aatlve po- lice at Oabugao, Philippines. An attempt is betas made to de-| throne Herr Bebel aa the Sooialist la OoNiaajr. ■: Riche of Oal-i immls...

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

>4v,: C'.'v $8 ^ .vi ==s= the harbor of i Mmmm- kWhi^tfk: = MG '. ,* , SEPTEMBER 8, 1903. arfWK ! v BÉ r resquc Island three years ago and turned it'Into a naptha depot, where Scandinavian vessel# were supplied with fuel at a very low price-«t first. Now they lhave to pay more, of course prices were raised, Stockholm came to the co that the island i a «nulsantíe on account of the ÍNG PUBLIC PATIENCE. ■ ■■ j article under the caption, The Madness jf* the Austin Current Issue discusses Mr. intemperate abuse of Mr. Cleveland. In re- to the latter as a "bunco steerer," Mr. Bryan is i\y tiresome but Mean, and displays qualities 1 jfre rapidly making him friendless. Among oth- r things, Current Issue says: bilitiy, no man of modern times has equaled n, and yet it is certain that Mr. Cleveland has .... own views clearer and marked his attitude unmistakbly on every question than Mr. Bryan \ succeeded on several, such, for instance, as on the Stion Of public ownership of railways; therefo...

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

Brl jme ^'4¡ltó,Wí|¿JPw arning. w signal would vigilance is the scans the track e take no chances all possible haste. . r signal flashing a eedcd with the «ame . when the swing-trig of as him of possible disaster. J, but its coming may be cases by skillful treatment at the pwwpBSBftgaH itoppiof «I w. r. hu<tt«4 from the ■ ' Jewelry Store, people who suffer troubles: W f; BIRB Mi «*5 or KM* I csaaadfrom ilion. ¿:,.í of th« ocular JW«& of alght by many for * | ' KnSnfiC FREE W% 3 ICR 10th .' ah sad furnish Hi* lurid M aO nlnded with th« tlw hum lag dock of dMkM blacl ■ spectacular alghl In to Mif that Th« IS NHH st > wit**# anil . VM*$, WW —J— «*T. i m Oradas i This Watk. to facilitate the organise* tha ettjr schools, the grades tMlow will meet at the old building, on the (lays mention- ¿¡glw&'í-'r%' ;.'r' afternoon, S o'clock all dt the town who «pect to tfc# |ffcdwi will meet Miss Ford and Miss old I s o'clock all the the town In the two second Miss rl.fcút MtasÓj • ol...

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

lliílcSJCSÉftatíEEM m&méi ü í't'í'v"' 'íí?:k' í ' 3¡%!i m. v í f ■émiIéí! ÍÍÍHÍM Aha«taf MV ' hwSWWiWI "Wl* "Wfc \". *rseMv>' • ¡^via * (|iwpMS>*>awa* ^:-r' rM?M\ ®i® ¡m €. 0. Blf*«rl«w, Fray. S&'-V-Ífeiul •. , Mm-m Sftfofc; /&' |í|fíÍ TRAIN SCHEDULE. $§?% ■§& •f|.aL wora Manufactured sad ln firat class style. aMÉÉjÉMllHl'U ilil and kind of QIPRflMP^^Wír. -:J 'Vi'''! amé f roa Work Mí?; nade and repaired. Smoke «tacks, blowers, sheet iron ShM Ü work, work for mills and * Valley fines and X Iron^ g;; M JHI01 - |M U_J _u won lor oriOK «jaolatty. ílWMPiBiPPWf. & workmen sent to ay < conn try. AH, or- ( MUtm Just Received ! A fresh supply of Shredded Wheat Biscuit, Grape Nuts and Oream of Wheat, fresh Evapora - ted Apples, Peaches and Apri- cots. A fine line of fresh Cakes, Crackers and Vanilla Wafers, New Honey, Kraut and French Peas and canned Vegetables. Fresh California Fruits al- ways on hand. Oats and Chops. C. W. BALL. THE GBM ICE CKEAM ...and Conf...

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

■',* -a SiffaS ill i fiiif í I ll^rff fiÉ^wü u n ni ¡|::ffl I cf o! «WM «mSL for M i by hun- This Ib money de- bank will not y |ut by rea- ito and rea- cent) #1)1 net income to the When labor it an ef- waking U oat of — mmrn* AW O E | i. ..i 1ͧÍ$ ^.earner htc advices to the told of the bin firt The following !■ taken froi News of yaeter- Artkor. little o(l had escaped from the ship, and neither the docks nor the rice mill «rere In fear danger whatever. The oil wharf at which the Bverett was lying was, of course, t destroyed hat the Quffey, National and Brice wharves were untouched and practi- cally free from danger. The entire crew of the Bverett es- caped and none of them were Injured except Second Officer Stauff, who was severer baraed by the explosion; he waa removed to Lake View Hospital, where his wounds, which are not of a serious natura, ware dressed. Capt. Fenlon says he can give very little deaeription of the start of the Are, as the first thing he knew he waa In the water...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 9 September 1903

aü M \ 1 -SCIS=Baas*^^ vWM One Month mmm Application. fc« at 4:80 O'clock. Sunday Excepted. llP WW. 8 of its people and its to the supreme test, =5 ——■ TEXAS, SEPTEMBER 9, 1903. SWINDLE STORY. r'B paper a sensational story I from a Fort Worth paper accusing lard Oil Company of criminal practices Beaumont oil fields. Solvent Texas pa wary of reproducing articles of this na , and the Tribune would not now do so but •the fact that the story will now be discussed 1 its general news character. It seems to us that accusation has absurdity written upon its . The Standard Oil Company could not af to countenance anything obviously criminal, rever much it might desire to limit the pro of oil. The Beaumont Journal referring editorially to the story, states that, "inasmuch as there are several pipe lines from Beaumont to the gulf, and there is no way of proving that either or all of them are the property of Standard Oil Company it is more than likely that the Port Worth Tele- gram will be asked...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 9 September 1903

S „ J.V. ffif ífifT¡"f rwrr*? ';' " m^ü SKETCHET amson wuiara •t Tha Queer Llttl* Street uwr little atr • a queer little a quaint little town,' "«• ■« &JF" And it «hud? matI «till, lave for bird that wing there. ItaPi MKté In the queer little «treat That la dreamy and lair. V. P. McfARLAND'S JEWELRY STOIC 14TM TO OOTOBKK 10TH There the but*«rflle« glint we-^I ¿j,, 0., sEna..* eren He hat pleated thousands of people in the largest cities for all diseases of the eye and can please you. If you are unable to call at Mc Par land's Jewelry Store, notify me to have Dr. Sturm call at your residence. testino me or charge. I tamalee Satislactlaa la «U Mi Be Placa . . P. JVtcFARLAND m Mon* the oli faehloned flow'rs, And at eventide love 'Fllfhta Ita troth neath the bow'ra. re the old, «trawling fence decrepit and worn li the weight of th«r year* «a valiantly borne. There the tall poplar treea Shed their «now* flake* of white, e the falriee of eld, 'aftlng downward In Sight. And there'* pea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 9 September 1903

. I IttíIfsP '' HE = f¡ = J BUSINESS iS SOLICITED. fnm# CMMHÍWUNMIM <>nw «iMr, Bü | C V. Fwr. M, TRAIN 8CHEDULK. -••• *• •• a a •••••••• *** Manufactured in first class style, best 0f Sheet Iroa Werk and Smoka- t * nade and repaired. stacks, blowers, sheet tarn work, work for mills and < steamboats. Valley flues and , ratter* for buildings. Iron work few brick buildings a ' specialty. « i Skilled workman sent to ay , part of the country. All or- ders receive prompt attention I 4 it Received! A fresh Bapply of Shredded Pbeat Biscuit, Grape Nuts and CJream of Wheat, fresh Evapora- ted Apples, Peaches and Apri- A fine line of fresh Cakes, jrs and Vanilla Wafers, Honey, Kraut and French and canned Vegetables. Fresh California Fruits al- ways on hand. Corn, Oats and Chops. mhmmi . C. W. BALL. M —1— Í"' THE GBW ICE CREAM ...and Confectionery Parlor has everything in the line of Summer Drinks, Choice Caadles and Cigars. ■Ki It. a. OARNBS, paoF. OU PkM M "i" m USE PHONE Minute TOti...

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

_J I ■ fpfpBáSsft *TI0 Milt ¡¿y.'1'. ■■ .".'y-'.1""" !"i' mmm !■■ ■■ .«' *- as ass s rive ol4 * huh* _ Kp|| it money de- /bM^t will not l a day, but by rea- of careful inveatmenta and rea- lntoreat (4 per oent) will bet a comfortable Income In the aya of old age when labor ia an ef- fort, when money making la oat Of the queetlÉ| jJ íí'-V' &tion&l Ba.nk UilL HE imxm Of the Weet Or- will open on Monday, The pa renta are re- have every child In the die- i on the drat day. This la In order that each enrolled and are Invited In order fully understand i of the anhool. . of pareata. aa well aa of the ralea may be*needfnl. i are ve«alred to be at the «artier than fifteen minute* I not later >||«f ten mln- will be required to hooka aad'etatloMry. to do thla may be s.-nt MS-'jWWp from any their i to bring * written ex- of their parent* stating ahnence. Thl* Is need truancy. Pupil who fall thla request will M wtn he a tuition fee of o«e (Or all pupila under i one dollar and tfty for...

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

•¿mm tli t on Application. M lU.V. V1? . at 4:80 O'otock, Bandera Bxoepted. 1 iÍ'.wi .n„ m,. j ¿'■•.r.j ir , 'ssz JE, TEXAS, SEPTEMBER 10,1903. a bachelor club, of the law. H It ought to be fined question have to of the hour: to Turkey?" "Will the Orange 1¡ >idfth now abicTetb people, energy and natura itages, these three, but the greatest of these toney. 7'lYu!^ ' atnd good man with money can put 1 cash to the best and safest possible use by ling great shipyards on the Sabine? Who t? Federal grand jury at Washington holds record as an indictment factory, and is stil ng overtime. Alas! And will it not end I > %'fjp The Turkish government has employed' an ,n press agent; and yet some deluded e speak slightingly of the Sublime Porte as diplomat. Admiral Cotton wires the Navy Department it he is prepared to land marines at Beirut rer required to protect American interests, it's the chap to Cotton to. Did you ever think of it? One of the most "novel and interesting" presents you c...

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