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

BBfc i:ip# r Hi r i ff.«i, ; \'i:- ?;' §IiPP$§pi Í)p;í ;, i! .¡J*;, #:v.f?¡S V^! HnWffiSi' :?#"éí XPERT OPTICIAN W. r. McFARLAND'S JEWELRY STOIE September i4tm to October ioth He haspleased thousand of people, in the larjfeafc cities for all diseases of the eye and can please you. If you aré unable to call at McFarland's Jewelry Store, notify me to have Or. Sturm call at your residence. TESTING FKE OF CHAROE. I Oaarsstc* Saiistactlea Is >11 Aasts He ftscM. W. P. McFARLAND. W. B. SIMMOÑ57 m Jlli R ®É i .DENTIST.. vhA«M i OWvf* ÜHÍ.MÉÉ **m riwwww. { ¿¿uiencc. its A1WAYS W ATTUWAWCt. •'••■A' 'h; ■'i'f/v w ÍRT80N A BIIUCE ATTOMNKYS OAANOC, VESAS W. 4• WINGATB. Ah lar , why Do we not Enough of S'.v Stable at the CITY CAFE. NSW wont m. ^^^^^fPTster Heating given. Job work * to. Ail work ITCHELOR. I. TEXAS SBBSW mmm Bl CLEAR , Jr.. v'¿ .• ¿ „• M Ul'. MY of every land- tbes/stirrinf changes in New York's Great Cathedral. Whan the groat Episcopal cathedral of fit. John the Divine, in New ...

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

,v>! v,'V:V -pa "mwlfc = =5= SS3S yot/l? BUSINESS ts SOLICITED. prmmi Careful «Ml 11 LMeni n Cmjmiwi «M AkMMr *yyvv TRAIN SCHEDULE. IfW fren Works f. TOsTariaat, Wr p. M inr Southern Pacific. Eastbound— Arrlree. No. 4 m ■ • i* i * •* >i • l:16pjm. No. 6 t • * mi f •-« i * * m i*i** i 7¡Í5 i.tt. No* 8 ««tit* * *** • •..10:58 p.Q. kinds of int Work Manufactured In first class style, ohinery, beat material beat workmen. 1 and repaired « B«wT ma- , and « 3M kinds of tin and Sbttt Iron Work tnmíI and repaired. Smoke- stacks, blowers, sheet iron work, work for mills and steamboats. Valley fines jand v iratters for buildings. work for brick bmldi: specialty. Estimates Tnrnisbtd Skilled workmen sent to ay- part of the country. All or- ders receive prompt attention I ttUU ( Iron ngs a « ; 111 íí'f m. Just Received! 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, Crackers and Vanill...

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

4 ] ®s til 1 1 tSBmi NeMM4MMM* t MfMBM OP THE ASSOCIATE D PRESS ^^■■ri^n.-1,.1',^:11 = ORANGE, TEXAS. FRIDAY AFTERNOON. SEPTEMBER 11. 1903 NUMBER mm i- ii y industry we thrive by thrift we provide for old Homely saving proven by hun- i of years of experience. Tills ia say once again that money de- Bited in this savings bank will not make yon rich in a day, bat by rea- tan of cartful investments and rea- sonable interest <4 per cent) will net yon a comfortable income in the days of old age when labor to an ef* fort, when money making is ont of the question. ^ ^ ^ The Orange Rationed Ba.nk OMNOK — W: _ WANTED BY THE WAR DEPARTMENT REFERENCE TO CANAL. IN EXPLOSION OP POWDER ON PRISCO CRE- ATES HAVOC. Id IllUD AID TIO lMOKID ef EMorado Thought It Was Earthquake—Other Towns ./ Shaken Up. . nun in ! BMora# . Kansaa. Sept. llrf + A carload of powder set on the ar Beanmoat by a freight crew «at beyond con- rea several miles on the towards Wlnfleld. „ —i a train which left tation shortly ...

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

HH Subscription Rato#: ..... .,.H 00 Three Mont|^ttMH|^4KI|iK I 00 On* Month Advertising Rate on Application. Every Afternoon at 4:30 O'clock, Sunday Exoepted. seam i ORANGE, TEXAS, SEPTEMBER u, 1903. Isf The question of the hour: w comet ?" Have you seen the When you open the door of your heart the best to show it is to open your pocket-book. Rockefeller may not be first in the hearts of his countrymen, but he is first in their pockets, 1114 that's the next thing to it. We take occasion to remark that we have not, ¡ft^f any means, forgotten that Road to Echo. We even see that road in our dreams, tuacademized I some and paralleled by an electric railroad ; as we shall day see it in reality, even if we have to build it ourselves. There are two Baptist passwords in Texas, : use the wrong one at your peril. Say "Hay- 1" to a Cranfillite or "Cranfill" to a Hayden- ,.iy ..say "Addicks" to a Delaware Democrat; say booze to a prohibitionist; shake a red underskirt at a bull. It is all of a...

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

iül'f mjygg ft üa iffl Rgfyfc, Í'J ,5 SH y:¡ c 1 ¿ Lí^ ÍÍP mm, lüi r «■SU HÜ-JÉs : ^¿■ '¿¡¿í 4 'Mí Ri#"' V. P. McFARLAND'S JEWELRY STORE KMBKR 14TH TO OCTOBER 10TH hupteúed thoaaiada of people In the largest cities for «11 diseases of the eye and can please you. unable to call at McFarland's Jewelry itore, notify me to have Dr. Sturm call at your residence. TESTINO FREE OF CHAROE. Satinadlas is til Omíi He Placs*. P. McFARLAND. B. SIMMONS, ..DCNTIST.. '• apsutr* (d gabta* BatWIn*. corner lutRklt,Oriwi«,TnM. - wm fT"CE írí * BRUCE ATTORNEYS ¿L TIM* W. 4m WINGATB. ATTOWW1Y-AT-LAW. Itlflf 4 Starks Stable Cat at the TE CITY CAPE. MUrtfcil «11 NIW PHONE 271, given. Job work i. All work & H. BATCHELOR. ORAME. TEXAS Roofln* WorlifcfS®:B repair BEAD MY *rl every land ; stirring changes in mm SlKlpv ire Ü TOO MUCH FOU -TOM" MEO. •pMlw Wss Unable to Bntertaln Of fered Resolution. Congressman William B. Lowing of Massachusetts told this story of Uis teto "Tosí" Rood, the other tag: v "It w...

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

IS SOLICITED* tálm flllLa fea flMlMMI ÉiJUml fulfill ÉaJ —.- | |^,,,| _ ikfhtl* wT- ——LZ--- ■P$p1M9K9l sua TWAIN SCHEDULE. ¿¿I| Southern Pacfflo. Eaatbound— No, 4 No. 6 No. S • * • * e e « • t I ••• •• e e ••• ••••••••*•••• • • e «;«tf e'-.e a e kinds *f Work Mannfactured and repaired in first class style. Beat ma- chinery, beet material and bast workman. JIIJ kinds of tin and Shut fron Work made and repaired. Smoke- ■tacks, blowers, «beet iron work, work for mills and * steamboats. Valley fines and gutters for buildings. Iron work for brick buildings specialty. 4 €*timates Turnisbed Skilled workmen sent to ay , part of the country. All or- den receive prompt attention * «IkjÍ ad « id } an I a ■ Just Received I A fresh supply of Shredded Wheat Bisfcuit, Grape Nuts and Cream 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 ba...

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

a «Su; . , M ■n I If Hi* k T5|L/ -^.v v,;^; M [OI IflH jj : nH ffiWl • ¿ Bsb$H THE ASSOCIATE O Mill HI AFTERNOON* SEPTEMBER 12, 1903 mm** Wwm we-mf. ~ rM*mM V m U'JWUp! t Í i. jbh m i «i YHE *; Mafifea ?n &r, tWS® COMBINATION of S yle, Beauty and Warranted Work- manship will immediately appeal to you. The coat is correctly fashioned in a manner th;U will add materially to your personal appearance. The trousers are of the correct pattern, being the same that the higher priced tailors are now cutting. The labels KIRSCHBAUM GUARANTEED or KIRSCHBAUM HAND-MADE, arc a guarantee both to you and ourselves. -Should there be any imperfection in the cloth or the tailoring t may be returned and your money refunded. the new "Fall KIRSCHBAUM SUITS are shown in quick, rich ef- in cheviots and worsteds; also plain black undressed worsted and There are regular long and stout sizes. Prices, $15 to $25. * 19-inch jet black PEAU DE SOJ£§ perfectly finished, very soft; our $1.25 grade at 88c CHILDRE...

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

11 Jal i# Éfcslpí'Slí _ ■1 and Local Mention. Fannie Michael's homecoming Í'-TM isa Lettle Looney Ib In Marllu her brother, who Is very III. 1 *• J- . Hockey's homecoming Lake Arthur is noted since 8un- Mies Mary Burt<m returned last night from a pleasant visit to Hous- ton and Bagle Lake. Mrs. J. B. Chanñlñg and Master Ford are at home from their delightful vis- it to Editor Ford and wife at Tlmp- ft1 ■ jflti Ü;| Mrs. Hampton A. Stone, of Beau- mont, spent Thursday in Orange the guest of Mrs. E. R. Ford and Miss Hel en Ford. Mrs. C. V. Drew and little Florence, after spending the summer here with her parents. Judge and Mrs. J. P. Tatum, returned Tuesday to Liberty. MIbs Janie Smith left Monday for Jasper, where she will be the stenog- rapher for the law firm of Bfeatty & Bates. She will make her home with Senator and Mrs. Beatty. IP';' Miss Alma Proctor, of Austin, was visiting Miss Helen Ford the early part of the week. Miss Proctor Is a so- cial favorite In Orange and her ...

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

V •js i «Ir *%# | . 'I ipM' nÉMjBfel |t:>líw ®>■•.;■.- i. :}ü i í'^Wf' ■ tf Ssmm!'- «* nSSv®?ív'V ►O NOT NEED MONEY TO TALK TO US fmWmm •;:' ■$ W. pPsfrfeS ÜH : íi'í íÉi® , M IS GOOD | \ . J.—- fc. OF OUR GOODS, our low prices and liberal terms has attracted the attention of all conservative buyers. Some of the best people of the city take of our easy payment system, as it enables them to get possession of what want in a way in which the money is not missed. a* & «£ m mx ■w ft — K'.r; a . • i**M 'Ll,"";w W4 a ■■ Tf; ' I É the >*%t 'V ■ ' 'V and Buy Olí I l/s l&;&;&;&:£r:&:£K£r It Is not necessary for us to say anything about Buck's Stoves and Ranges except that we have a complete line, all slies, styles and prices. We have Just a tew more of those OAK BEDROOM SUITES that we are offering at S14.50 to $100 Our New Supply ot COUCHES AND LOUNGES has just arrived, and a look at them wOl convince jron that they are op to date, and the proper thing to bay. ...

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

^-•jrVi Á Afternoon at 4:30 O'olook, Sundays Excepted. for* >iNGE, TEXAS, SEPTEMBER 12, 1903. .qiupii,1''. "r'„; .„. -!;■■■. v ::, i, , : ..1 ,; i"^. FOR A STUDY OF CURRENT HISTORY. ' ■ - Some days ago the Tribune suggested that the study 'OÍ current history should be added to the regular public 9) Curriculum; and the more we think of it the deeply impressed we . become with the necessity >ich an addition. . current history class in every grade would add life zest to the school routine,, and materially assist the I to the acquirement and more thorough understand- f of the history of the past. At the week end there might be a profitable and entertaining hour spent by the entire school in a general discussion of the great «vents of the week which go to make history. The effects of such a course of study would be far- tearfiing and cumulative in its importance, and would have a tendency to enlighten and educate the home to an extent which would not be possible in any other manner...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 12 September 1903

i¿" y'\:-■■ m mkFM MvBfl mi P5ÍH on tt of the w n th# Of tP^llQM | Ib the les M ibón it dm o'clock, attend dur- only. Thla ta necessary until the new _ ta ready for uae. AH pupila bid bring their promotion carda a note signed by father or mother ling name and age of pupil and glv- the namea of two streets crossing residence. It la important that pupil be present on the opening ; 8. B. F08TBR. Superintendent. •Menee Per the Young kangaroo e«ii jump a bit; The flea's a Jumper, too— Roll Jump, he'll bite, and the he'll flit, And never leave a elew. 1 untol "jf' ¡ML chitaren and UN ted the Mise Lola This young artistic elocutionary Ut when either Jumps, nobody triee I Hie Jumpleta to pureue— sweetest number on the pro- We're glad the flea has not the «lee one that elicited the of the big kangaroo waa the flower eong se-< , ' Chicago Tribu: violin, mandolina and pla- , Jeaale MTunroe and Utile ¿ Doctor's Medicine with their mandolin* looked Pram Judge. their execution waa Oobwlgger— S...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 12 September 1903

m l that blinda til* aun. PPPípiiPilPi than worti, . that shame the roa*, MfflMlMj srd knosrs, «Jl rtfÍTrí the ahora 1Mwmm l'a Wealthy nor— have learn't it true, ago we knew! Knowles In Wttw rtne. - his ens were opened Natalie Hall married Claries the people who prophesied that would not be happy were bo f much In the minority that no ona [ to them. "" *D«*ter's opinion of himself will to he whittled down several taches before he'll make any woman's Ufe what it ought to be," one man bad ¡p But every one knew that the speaker would gladly have stood in I>e*tsr'« shoes, so he did not count. Nevertheless, not many months had yassod <p>fore a vague uncertainty be- fan to grow In the heart of Natalie flatter, which, had the minority known It, would have caused them to exclaim fflk complacently, "I told you so!" As to Dexter, while still very much in love with his wife, be frankly ad' mltted to himself that a woman of more penetration, in other words, one «Dore keenly alive to th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 12 September 1903

Bmw ■ HUI ¿I l¿-;s w tí®p «PiPfóBafr Irojf; |S B§i jPH I $ SuS HJ ■*'•■ §mm 1 SBjMMSÍM PTI !"■' 1 . I AN *?« '-iS ; *>u U r . ; P. McFARLAND'S JEWELRY STORE ' 14TH TO OOTOBER IOTH has pleased thousands of "people In the largest ities for all disease* of the eye and can please you. ; you are unable to call at McFarland's Jewelry notify me to have Dr. Stunn call at your "residence. TESTING riEE Or CHA80E. I OaataatNlSatialactJaa la iU Im4i II* PUcm. HBK T ■Blil P. McPARLAND. ■■ lif . B. SIMMONS, ..DKNTI3T.. U^^O^T^T*' K«W Phan**. J «¡¡iidVn.ip, • {?• ALWAYS III ATTtRMMCt. corner ' •; >N * BRUCE ATTORNEYS M. * . —ananr •uit.a.nM ohanoi TIIM % lllal W.J. WINGATB. A r lUmiY-ATLAW. tin < Storks Transfer Stable MB Cat at the E GITY CAFE. NSW PHOMS 276. 1BING aad Hot Vatet Heating ites given. Job work ' attended to. All work 8.1. BATCHELOR. «MUSI. 1IUS 1 CAN READ NT CLEAR" of ¿very land r's aong in these stirring of quick] changes in Up. fySfite ; II ¡S F0RK8 AND FASHION. ' mi.*' A...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 12 September 1903

yraBwWmffl \ 'mm «IMC i F AIhHHIH fpared neither pains or money to bring to Orange for men, women and chil|ren, to be found both ill Eas have been rewarded, come and see for yourself. Examine our \ your fashion books; examine goods at other places—Orange, know the more you examine, the more you compare, the better sa OUR STYLES ARE UNSURPASSED- PMm%m rwSm We are especially well fixed to supply your wants in this department. We handle and now have in stock the well known DREW SELBY SHOES ( FOR WOMEN | The best fitting" Shoe sold in Texas to-day. ; Prices: $2.00, $2.50, $3.00, $3.50 and $5.00 a pair. Every pair efuaranteed strictly first- class. Money refunded if you are not sat- isfied. PORTSMOUTH SHOES For MISSES and CHILDREN. This is beyond doubt the best wearing as well as the best looking shoe manufactured for children. We have been showing^ shoes- to many of you for your children the past year. We have sold lots of shoes, but the shoes we have to show yoti'now far surpasses in w...

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

itór of years ated pítese. ItISI vJsílí Y AFTERNOON, SEPTEMBER 14.1903 iiTitirrr urrir t.i Hill thrive for did wax by hun- ' experience. Thia is to *ay onee again that money de- Ited in this aarinn bank will not make you rich in a day, bat by rea- of careful In* Investment* and rea- sonable interest (4 per cent) will net yon a comfortable income in the day* of old age when labor it an ef- fort, when money making ia ont of the question. ^ ^ ^ eitional Bank ANOE wmm-1 iv,Tul , ■ i$j PP til* «(««aerea that of the waters of he wilt return to i (late or clrcamstaacee to roam thousand* o: • If this be tree, bow mucR i muat be the tafniMt Internally and •*- the partaking of the new rough rice mee Milla baa but, ta- refera or feeling to linger on the of the limpid Sabine, he never touch water again, a toilet ateiaanry. Daborml, Sima and Look I an from New Ortoana. and think* the Sabine only a hardly «outdared of tito name aad for 81mm* cam j here he the water in the atream aaged hla mind no...

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

íp^IÉsH .......f« OOThree Months .......W 60 3 40 One Month *0 £ Advertising Ratea on Application. Afternoon at 4:30 O'elock, Sundays Bacepted. ,.lj$J ' •• • mh .<« K ÍGE, TEXAS, SEPTEMBER i4; 1903. THE PENSION PUZZLE. lyMRplKli i: Unless we have pre-determined to assume that every snt of the public service is conceived in corrttp- and nurtured in fraud, we must, sometimes, as Mtest and well meaning citizens, give the constituted srities the credit for a desire to serve the people ► the best of their ability. Amid the all to prevalent nness in official life, the hope of the country was sometime fixed upon a pension comrriissioner standing out bold and clean in the public eye; and when, as usual, the clamor of the unworthy arostsagainst a public ser- whose probity was beyond question, the nation |||||Í given the unique and pleasant spectacle of a presi- who could appreciate and reward and a congress ' which could understand and help. Then to complete SVthe popular satisfaction, an...

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

m sil iÉ «lUNti /' ■ íí'v W. r. NcFARLAND'S JEWELRY STORE 1 September i4th to Ootober ioth He bai pleated thousand of people in the largest cities lor all diseases of the eye and can please you. If you are unable to call at McFarland's Jewelry Store, notify me to have Dr. Sturm call at your 'residence. ... Sill'l TESTING FREE OP CHARGE. 1a all aaa^m ha 91 a** am Vlirillt9A9llit(ltilil II Ml vtflfl lit rllvll. W. P. McPARLAND. mkM: W. B. SIMMONS, ..dcntist.. u w^ra ia^bine JtaUdln . earner sage, Tes *. it>M irk /,,>>« . •' I OflUe, JW Nf w i Bftwi >t ittnuieact. *: Its LAST UVATS 111 ATTBRtANCE. ITSON * BRUCE ATTOftNKVS •1- >, IMWOT «VitCiMél ormu, t|i*i i ' — J. WINGATB. ¡¡m ATTOHHIY-AT-LAW, ° ' ^ ,P ' ''-:;'v ' " i,V' at C«wrt Hmm. stin 4 Starks I mMP master Stable Cat at the lTE city cafe. W. C. DltfS*. Proprietor. NEW PHOMS am Orange Ironworks c. v. mcTsrisHt, _____ war *7/ kind of tttoehlne W rk Manufactured sail repi In first oIsm style. Best ehinery, beat materi...

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

k Ssli of w . •• •;• ,' v • -•*. mSHÍk ' •: ■:"r.''^W'-'- fefó re&tanfi V?l YOUR BUSINESS IS SOLICITED. i M N Caartaaai, ftrnm CartN aa« u Uktral at Ckduni «M AMek *«faiy. JSE THE ÍNWNE PHONE 171 «- lookl ug far a fine line AND FANCY or CANNED If the best 1b good enough for yon we have it tow me a trial . \ FEED OF ALL KINDS con- stantly on band . m®! C. J. Patillo PIIONE 171 VAII WANT help? X VU WAfll A SITUATION T IF SO OON8ÜLT GATES' Employment and Information ukt Chart**, mBsT6IUL. U«i*U . Ryan Stmi. Phoae Re. §15 couch abd the little ISp.jt'' 5 e L. RICHARD Bifh-Claas Blacksmithing and Carriage Work ..... Expert Horseshoeing. We prevent and core interfering by our method. 518 Main Stt*eet. Dr. Will H. Bruce, OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN. /%BANGX, TEXAS Treat* all curable <11*- v eaaen. Female dlaeaaeHa specialty. Con ■ultatton Free. ufflce hour* f to 12a.m.; t to tp.m. Office room . Sabine building. New Phone, office 174; New Phone, rea. SM P.B.OJRRY&WN, Fire, Marine, Ll#e ...

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

AFTERNOON, SEPTEMBER 15. 1903 IATED , TEXAS. ■H Wmd>■ thrive Co., '¿m NUMBER for old ren by hnn- This is It money de inn* bank will'not in a day, but by rea- investbients and rea Interest (4 per eent) Will net n comfortable income in the i oí old age when labor ia an ef- when money making ia out of ^ ^ ^ ■ * .¿A:. a' . ■ ' tiona.1 B&nk —MM wanwiwaw i Damage Grain Crops fev t*(M i Hiiininiii Salmon, of the number of placea mow haa tallan and the a torn haa approached the propor- tion* of a bllxxard. ~ In the mountains it haa been snow- Ing for several daya. In many placea the anow la reported tan feet deep. By Oaaofilatad Preaa. D. 0.. Sept 18.—The Bureau haa laaued the follow- loweat temperature of the oold apall In the Middle Northweet haa been reached, hat lower temperature la In- fer tonight In lower Mlaaouri and the upper Miaalaatppi valley, but will prevent aerioua froata. by a Tribune atetad that the pip- I to a In king the pro- well at the reflnery ia The crew arrived ...

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

Afternoon at 4:30 .mm . t m G$, TEXAS, SEPTEMBER, 15, 1903. THE COMET. : question of the hour in many parts of the coun- is, "Have you seen the new comet?" Perhaps study the northwestern heavens tonight for the tial visitor. If you purpose doing so, you will be ed and will be entertained by reading this from Antonio Express: shadow of Borelli's comet was visible in San An- Tttesday night for the first time since the wander- was heralded here on August 27. It appeared in the , northwest about nine o'clock and, as it rose, stretched |k radiant white bow across the heavens. It traveled r several hours across the firmament, stretching from sst to southwest, and finally, in the zenith, grew and disappeared about 12 o'clock. According to W. M. So Rill, the comet should be visible here at three weeks, and as our moon declines the reful- gence of the comet will gradually come out. The shadow was watched by hundreds of people in i Antonio, many mistaking it for some northern light ich as it ...

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