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

jfST! SplK'.'" ¡Bé¿ tSM I iH "-" f -" r'jli^niKÍrhii'i i «5 ' T-. MUI !• ft m 3' Iron Mat to af "V All t attention 1 .. «.INIMONS, ..OÍNTIST.. . Rabias BeiMlng, corner t Orsag^Te*^ álffáTf IK ITTKHMIfW ' - ABRUCE ATTORNtYS . < ■':..•{J i n': :**% ■■ : ' ■ _ '■ OHHNM, ttlM -i ... ... 1" kT>UW. #% Hit" ifer Stable "*r Cat at the [TY CAFE. IK 27S IADE PfFl IPÍÉ¡ given. Job work * to. All work ORANGE, TEXAS Of Shredded so pientttal is m bo* school duties in nm tiles away and spends the summer i feet «(Km) m level, entertaining who «ra delighted to par •anally ratea for board. In ooal 1* laad bare proved —— OALLIO ON A BROTH SR. WaaIim Hankov ftaua CWhdMI Bágaan far Nalghborly VlaH. The newspapers of the Weat are aa- vsre oa storeheepera Who do not ad- vertías properly. The following shows Iba method of attoak: "A donker atepped tato a atora and the propria* tor approached the beaat and aakeds 'What, are yon doing bare? Ton know this la no plaoa for a donkey.' 'I am bara,' aald the...

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

- ¡ Éf ©-** *Wffel*§. *V " *.'•.■ ■ ■■' t1—i* ! rovK ma P® 1 '*** USE TO ■PHONE looking M m fine lino APLE AND FANCY 3ERIES or CANNED GOODS. If the beat is good enough for yon we have it Give me i trial FEED OF ALL KINDS con- stantly on band C. J. Pitillo M YOU WAHT jPbITUATIOK t XJT SO OONStJLT GATES' Employment and Information i«in ciwriM, ..Bureau.. u uu««. Pkoae Ns. 545 Dr. Will h« Bruce, OSTEOPATHIC PHYStvlAN. I saltation Free. uffice hour* H to Ui.8 6 p.m. once roonut. Sabine bullillng; ■■ New Phone, offlct 174: New Phone, res tt(A m TRAIN SCHEDULE. Southern Pacific. Eastbound— Arrives. No.4 1,16p.ni. J9o«9 **•••■ ••.• «.** * *«i*• * 7:26 a.m. No.fi .10:68p.iu* No. 10 ■ 9:50a«m. ■Westbound— Arrives. No. 3 8:15 p.m. Wo. 5 5:58 p.m. llo>7 6:35a.m. No. 9 8:45 p.m. Orange A Nerthweetera. No. tl, It. Orange 6:30 a. m., nr. Bona 8:45 a. m. No. 1, It. Buna 1:36 p. m., ar. Or- ange 3:45 p. m. aaeeeaaaeeoaaei Local and Personal. >•*****< A. Stansbury, a prominent citizen of Ne...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 16 September 1903

4? .-¿Yer:¿;• '.Y " ra *Jk¿máá. müM éB'IÉSá 9 M iBk. ™;fr: SÍ ñ fop ^.|||w HBPillRVffiftP ■ i '19 ñ®i /,Tv IWEWJS € i Industry thrift CSnt) Willnst thAMinÁ k the ia an ef- ia oat of ¡■'sk'áH <m0®m fia™ App To Saye the Christlaos Muaaulman prisons , sided by the guards . 1M wwS^wáwi «WK •** ra to txplafna. 15.—Premier Pet, *u latorrtewed today by tho Of *P** Asssodstsd on ti* miou which tndocsd Um Bulgarian govsrnment to tasus ■oto to tta potrón. He t-iikhi ¡4 Vv/ 1 & y from the li«t the policy of the development of the la Macedonia, which plainly Turkey the work of Holgarían ■íféfiíí'^ With thla ead to flew the roceeded to devaatoto the oountry hill the Bulgarian Chrlatlana, the aurvivors Into the moun- foreata, where they will pWifu ti mmger or ewe trow the Balearían frontier and become a to <tta Bolearían nation. In the power* paid not the aKghtoat attention to the Bulgar- noto of Jane Xt, but rather en* the Tartu, who adopted the '"meaeuree to aappreaa the _ _ Bulgarian...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 16 September 1903

I?r? tó.S:'i fjSw.tí* ñubmcrlotíañMMÉaét:' " • ■ >;•••'•' 'm;$ fontlkS *s-:<rr *#l On* Month ****** *••-.**-■ on Application. *r as* a> >méi {m support ira the sure foundstion. . 39KSI ' increase in the public school" enroll- " ORANGE, TEXAS, SEPTEMBER 16, 1903. iii 1 IN RE THE ISTHMIAN CANAL. The writer wishes he had space to review the status f the Isthmian canal matter at length, and he wishes ► that he understood the situation more thoroughly in that he might write an intelligent and reliable summary. Because the canal matter is now of first fijfalportance to this people and section. From an authoritative source it is learned that there .ail* a number of facts that must be taken account of k any estimate of what is going on in Bogota. In the £rst place the sessions of the Senate are secret. The ¿report of the special committee appointed to prepare a bill authorizing the president of Colombia to conclude a /..treaty with the United States has been made in execu- : ses...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 16 September 1903

iwmmiiiwx |5 i sfaft? mmmm B. SIMMONS, % I p ««in •T.. . JMtMlag. corner fUM, Of m A BRUCE ATTOftWBYS •*. ■ $ r.#$ W'W** W. J. WINGATB, ■• ATT0IWHf4T4AW. ir,':'- «■ ■ ™ «ft- ~;v . iétíf m .«* ft ÜÉK ■■"■"■■ "■ 4 _ Stable ;iy.. A-ii JTjJ* lu __|1l Ut (licli' OD WOT* Attended to. Ail mirk *1 California Traite si 6. W. BALL. CtUM Ifwmrj^ |&j&| r ' , ISflilá #xs/.' ■<;«/. '■ •...#; Norm* Hlldreth ut up In ths ham- * and looked with Increasing won- •t the open totter In her hna4.. MO, «It* 414 not Btop to think «any, ah* and the writer of this f had been college classmates ••4 Ms flanea had been a friend of *fcat the engagement was ha4 loag known, though had taken the first «tap she waa But—and ah* turned ta and reed It again, "K. it looked ae hla writing for a Caw brief montha af- ilón they had carried on a •oft of correepondeaoe, but •he caught her breath with a IHUa gaap, hadn't ahe heard that , he waa dead, killed br a landslide, or aa eaploalon or something in the far awa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 16 September 1903

¿m SB M —¿d ^^4íiífó wm^aíÉi^^ m>M tOUtt BUSINESS, IS SOLICIT**. .- I , . . ,■ ■ ■ -■ - - .'1, v):i'.«jv: < BÉBBE ¡UBI PHONE it'iifétfíí iwi MftaáHi EÍ Ellington, of Óatt, Texas, to á for a . . ... V D RANCY «CANNED tbe bast to good for yon we hare it i a trial .*. OF ALL KZBTJDB oon- on band via i tor hi tin city today. Two day for new WW at service on all phone orders. Jack Higman's. C. J. Pa tillo PHONE m L. Miller needs two good sober, re- liable men to deliver groceries. Apply at once. tf Pore Drugs, and polite attention to all, at Jack Higman's. 3. B. Brooks, traveling t Tor tbe Ml Antonio A Atsnsas railway, was to town and bis Ht- i tlé son, 3. B. Brooks, Jr., whb bis visiting Ms grandparents, and Mrs. P. %. Curry, returned borne wltb bin. A. Balers ky and H. B. Warfleld .took in Qui theatre si Beaumont last night. Capt. J. 8. Welch, material agent for the Denver A Northwestern railway, In Orange to plgos an order tor *0 YOU WANT a^bitüation t t ""£•«* «" *** • ^ compan...

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

I'**1 #* 1 -. - MEMBER Or THB ABOOCIATED PRESS. ==r=n=rr ORANGE, TEXAS, THURSDAY AFTERNOON, SEPTEMBER 17, 1903 Industry wa thrive by thrift We provide lot old •go. Homely saving provea by hun- dreds of years of experience. Thin is to My once «0*10 that money de- posited in thii ssvlngs bank will not make yon rich in ft day, hot by rea- son of careful investments and rea- sonable Interest (4 per cent) will net yon a comfortable income In the day of old age when labor la an ef- fort, whftn money making la out of the question. te Orange Na.tiorveJ B&nk ORANGE KBP#'' ¡pi! To Leave • Lake,' Texas, Sept. 1«.—The tel. notice *u found posted thia in several placea: Texas.—Notice: All negroes are hereby warn- to leave town inunedlate- White Committee. peace. Judge his deputies in eersaty extra dsputles. o'clock tonight there la no of mob outbreak, and tt is - that tha whole have everywhere basa aad many want out ASSESSMENT ORDERED. Up abiding ctttsens ars in ear- aad an attempt at would ...

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

Í8??í™;s:•••'& i,¡'! ■ . M * * ♦•• • *• ••• ■ ... . ~ i r Afternoon «I 4:80 O'clock, pjffif' [SÉ = INGE, TEXAS, SEPTEMBER 17, 1903. DANGEROUS RICHES. r 1 I ., i ■r .'; '/ ' Just so w ^ are again upon us, and it is onjy that Armageddon is at hand. Hie last of the world') tremendous war* will be fought upon that sncientTmt- tlegrotsnd. Some men are inconveniently rich from their own t of view and disgustingly so from the standpoint of ordinary humanity. A dangerous social problem is even now presented in the United States, and of it, with poetic prophecy, Goldsmith wrote in the long ago: "111 fares the land, to hastening ill a prey, Where wealth accumulates and men decay. Princes and lords may flourish or may fade; A breath can make them as a breath has made; But a bold peasantry, their country's pride, When oncc destroyed, can never be supplied." The social effect of wealth has long been a subject fjpf serious consideration among students of. world affairs. The rapid growth and t...

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

ÉK /'■- i.¡<tU V" .* , B Sfjfov ^ SIMMONS, ..DINTIST.. m J. WINGATB. T-LAW. Sf i awl Hot WitcfHntlni £Jf ■m'vr to. work : w irwrn, the battens for me '<ppw« HUM? But seeds plantad In IM earth and, wt long, a <Mf the blc«4lns-heert*. blifhted button . ^ "• *m wad- In IM el«-fashioned ~wfti *. Butler hi «tun Leslies. Won By Win him! fN iW>iiM. Mir Tft* uitM m o*. J the boJI brought to tike door, for I strongly It *U headlont Juk. alast It only a mes*ent«r boy out a Motion. My Uly etoppad It harried tor who cun tell tb« freight in o manila envelope R* Mat of his burden m calmly u I retreated Into the house; oot so calmly open It. The on enigma. It read: "Prove lilt, May Icu. J. T. 8." from Jack—and how like Too muet never look for Jack to do tbe ordinary. I had certainly M him a pretty chaae, only to be- «*■0 entagled .In the mare* myaelf. Ho vu ao bold, ao Impetuous, eo big ead atrong. and withal ao sunny- aatnred. that my heart could not re- al* htm. 1 told blm No." I kno...

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

fmm. of Grar^f, ' n ^ * *1 " \,m i;;iiT|i11."1 YOUR BUSINESS IS SOLICITED. ■u. f« .i, , s, fc a mMB>^a| r*#«fal ma4 as IMmmI aa íWWP4d^PlWi .oPíUSe..^WSwS^w^^^a WW 'W^^Ww* WW it at the Dose o! Basinet September 9,1913. i t - LuuuTm. ;;.... AWW.wki (*) expenses Discounts...... #806,747.71 capital stock paid In i, «ecui ed sad unsecured MM.iw __nds to secure clrculatlOta... ,MM.OO Surplus fund......... umeonTJ. K. ttonils..... T50.0U Undivided pronta, ag house, furniture and ax- „ and taxes paid ramnatfónéi' banks (ñó't re- National Bank notes outstanding. agents) .. t,W\.M Dividends unpaid m tate banks ,¡H6.86 individual deposits subject to check MT.tW.74 Sd^her áírft^s!^!. " 757.80 Oemmna certificates of deposit.;.... 440 00 " — moo Certified Checks.„ J50.7B 6,009.08 16.000.00 7,600.00 HttMw _ df other National Banks Uonal paper currency, nlckles and cent -.. money reserve In lmnk, via: 61S.800.B5 lender notes 7,706.00 _edemptlon fund with U. S- Treas- urer (6 per cent, of circul...

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

mm s«iipi|p§ .pswv 'tWiWm dig ipSL. „ . = . ' "W ■ i tw Pi mm vv .•: R*w iH 'w 1M w® MEMBCH or mf' InSjfi ' {0K if ASSOCIATED ■ i1''" 'I'i1''" ,■■■-= rtr. v rt VJ • wt'K.*x/iiv9m mt n* W'vm r * IBMiWHRMlNm 11 1" industry w« thrive by thrift we. provide for old Homely saving proven by hnn- i of years of experience. Thi la say once agita that money de- 1 in thia Bavlagebaak will aot j yon rich tn a day, bat by na- aon of careful investments and rea- sonable intereat <4par oent) will oat you a oomfortable Income in the day* of did aga when labor it an ef- fort wtwh mooejr making la oat of tb# QQOltioiL ' '..Í/m'v 1 "mam i Orange No^tiorvtvl Btvnk ORANGE St TEXAS. FRIDAY A SEPTEMBER 18. 1903 -~r- r**~r -/ Bearing Sand I At Two Hundred Feet j NUMBER I' <- ' < :ii i A Dreadful Storm Raged l! Taken to Task Itself Spced^here of Mankind Awakens and Assert Wtílbe No Christians lis. M 15 —The New Tort the following a* T. Staad andar * «rUalnal in a la not a cannibal la whoae tndlgna- ...

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

Vr:'' ^gfP' ! Class Mail Matter. .SpOp ■ lIMnpiWI fttWI r * W •"«*• MontJui .#1 W ...... IH One Month .......... W r-h Advertising Ratos oa Application. sj= = Afternoon at 4:80 O'clock, Sundays Grange, texas, September is, 1903. t YELLOW AND OTHERWISE. —— i The report of the appearance of yellow fever in Mex- ican cities contiguous to the Texas border, and the more startling rumor that it has appeared in Laredo, this i, need not, per se, be occasion for general alarm, lie lateness of the season and the prospect for early makes it improbable that the malady should be- ie epidemic in even a single locality. There are other fevers, however, local and otherwise, I; and disease is frequently engendered and contagion re- sults from inattention to proper sanitation. Unsanitary i^ttmdttions likewise breed mosquitoes, which are now looked upon as the general enemy of all flesh. Therefore, it is the duty of the public press to give prominence to Dr. Tabor's recommendations for the adoption of...

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

■EM fü - imm — wr r. B. SIMMONS, «DlNtlIt.. i ib Sabine BttlMiag, cornei I- tSUl ■ ¡8 k un nun n «mmiMx. m * MUCK ATTORNEYS Mm TtXM la,' iiM W. J. WINGATB. I IMlliiÉ ll lÍÉ¿ ATTOIIN1Y-AT-LAW. •I Cmn Hvt and Transfer Stable iftl1'! Eat at the OATE CITY CAFE, tADE fcw ás .«' -je given. Job work * to. All work S.H. BATCHELOR. ORANGE. TEXAS Orange Roofing I Metal Work* Ma, « town of *000 lnh.lv tm has proved tbe advantage# of I ownership of public work*, the Bt I-oui- l oat-Ülapatcb. It paid $200,000 fot public implpote- Laiit year tbe city Wide over on It* light and water planta. The salaries of tha loading municipal officers of «acón ara only «100 a year each, yet during tha time they bare been serving they have encountered and mastered problema that would wOrfy expert promote . Of course they have not built any atone faced nor Invested heavily in railroad etock, but they have given the town the very bast of tbelr business Ibillty end have guided It sarely «croes some Obstacle* that S...

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

II.f* A principally can _Jp J i 4\ m n < We Especially Insist «i Your Brlfijlnf the Cbndrea I*. Lmttrpll, Gatvtífeton 8. O. Weal, Dallas. toil tuR^r them/a sight ° •coord grow* owe yoar i ■re for WTWi Gall sad ud bin our and resident Optician it jron with tbe "proper glasses. The Pilice Jewelnr Store LUCAS, tf/df-l •#f«gp *tt 'fP Grange, 9"exas. rrytWmsf '9 souamt. t urtss i n Cmihim. nan CsiafsiaMasUtaral i iSÍ$r' ' f -'j'vJLiJ!, • 'f/ü '' 'i pt die Close of Bosloes September 9,1903. . ..HP ,. )Á.. i ana PtacowfeUyCapitals wcfc paid in.... . «UM.flB0.fl0 mds toHccurt circuíaíiou... *.W 00 Surplus fund...'.. *.00090 maonU. S Bond .... 780.00 Undivided profit , lew expense* t houae, furniture and «*- and tases pata .. IW ' liattonái ¿anta Viü* .'w¿ National Bank note* outstanding... *,000. serve Mestt) M>«■ *• • S.«n.*4 Dividend unpaid 7,1 from atate banks and banker . J816.M individual deposita sobjact to check 217,* .' 1 approved renerre agenta 18,807.08 ,v~ „fV:„r,.i, Ml "ot...

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

' *«** • ifli Bia i ^Dp lar ~ OP THK ASSOCIATED PRESS. =rtrss;:~ Co.. ia5^M ■ ■ lili ft , TEXAS. SATURDAY AFTERNOON. SEPTEMBER 19. 1903 loi 'oceries at Home •Mié* i H r. L. Miller situation fully. Mid that ■■■■HVBjlBEL........ was not Intsndsd for «a (t haa baan dene, ► tall you, young man, what have done me. Peeple from have come to my alara ••ma af them had prloe of them SIS not. They I that If I eould aell them i «heap aa they eeuld buy them ally, that they would rather money at hem*. They gave their owt-eMewn price lleta i arder from and It did not taha *><aea>tlsna^ S ÉiáaSaA ÍÉM' OVnVinM III VIVI, inii wV them money on their par- 9 "The raault la, that I have bean to■fcaaS Jhflk «i^l tueOU MSAfla. ^^^Sw ^PSe sP^PsePwP^rwWi "I am willing to let the old account Lot them eome In dnd epend the money with me they are now oendlng out of the elty, and It won't belong ■befare I have saved them eneugh to enable them te pay aomethlng on the old 'aeeaunt. Say to the people for m...

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

i intended for this dmrn no. tins Tribus*, and i reach (lite dcnk ^at L ■ ffr ' «'* <i\ v: "■ ,' [' ' •' V';,' ' ' . JV ■■■ ' , * ' i I fe re- •*> 'Wf' IAfrmfc<ht>>., *<<>'&*' '• >,.- y*W*r^ visiting Msntion. L Robertson wat this week. 0. Seastrunk baa returned visit to Martin much benefit trip. ; Gray was la Lake Charlea l for a visit with friends. Edna S pence, who has been sick, has ^almost entirely re- Curtis has been quite but Is reported some better this a¿? kÁ.Á'S'í Tff Mrs. J. P. Roach has gond for a fortnight's visit to her sister in Vlcks- $¡ fcurg, Miss. W. H. Stark has returned from nice visit with Miss Maudle at Huntsvllle. Miss Lena Stewart's homecoming, from her visit in Beaumont and Jns- is noted since Tuesday. After a moat delightful summer spent with relatives in Alabama, Miss Leila Pond is again at home, much to the delight of her numerons friends. Mrs. J. Fred Holland and Master Joe, who have spent the past two weekB here with their...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 19 September 1903

. r, ,.■>,, ■• « •> . ., ■ . ,. - , , ' . .-. W WW ■• ■' ' x ',!W*'*:* ' K LL WANT A GREAT MAlsjf Ti e your selection from our l^rge assortment of. . . 'i ®S Í#í; '1 GOODS mm, .J; - F r • !-',''-t; ... >RNINO in a nicely furnished and itated room; you Ml be in good It don't com much to furnish your VYe have a large assortment of fine 1 Buck's Heaters at prices to please. PprI mm 1 SÁ¿ sA/ sás ^ L/ \JL/ JLs \A/ «.A, vi/ mm ■ •life R CREDIT IS . QVER ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY differ- ent patterns of fine matting for you to select from. Prices from 15c to 65c per yard. Just the the thing for the floor these cool mornings. /yf\ yjr /f\ ™ -/Y\ re have the largest stock of BED ROOM SUITES to be found in the city, a sample ch is displayed in our show window. These solid Oak Suites run from $14.50 to We would be very much pleased to show you our immense stock of House Goods, whether you intend to buy or not. ORANGE FURNITURE COMPANY á * * á ORANGE * * * * rf* g . | *" ""ta K to bird wh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 19 September 1903

fí2* .«• 00 Three Months i * 00 One Month • • * • • • r Afternoon nt 4:B0 O'clock. Sunday íGE, TEXAS, SEPTEMBER 19, ÍS EDUCATIONAL STANDA Arthur Lefevre, State Superintendent of Pub- ion, has favored the.Tribune with a copy of 1 biennial report. •' > note with interest that the superintendent calls „ion to a fact which cannot have escaped the ughtful consideration of many Texas educators, as 1 as of the best men and women in other professions, good citizens generally. ¡fíe refer to the idea which prevails that the perma- school fund in this State is. sufficient for all re- „_jits. This is a mischevotts popular fallacy liich is responsible for much carelessness, and ac- r for the fact that Texas, which should stand first all the United States, occupies the unenviable of ninth from the lowest in the Union in the [g. of term in the common public schools, iath from t lowest in the amount expended per capita of popula- „v..yw*n on public common schools, nth from the lowest in the annu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 19 September 1903

^ilül seemingly Once wi . of «Mi Milling caihp of that tu «II hl« travel* ''WmLJM ) (mini of Ml' h tadlan tf north So- to a h«|« yellow irhlHi la lintDOKd to to tfentli nnd to the CkokM. inhabit lug that to pa— no Intel* te||l ijjal-vdlinl > on the plane of that of (t to «too lappaml to tl* evil one. noil It* to the own «Ion slight to hto no one token nay «lock , mot eren the native Mm \g gf the Indiana Is the ton aa great a i to UttNS feet It to col- fellow end . it idlto ha if. • . ' & 5M" > fS&í i W '■ f mv mm ley ti ye Cur Uto moat iMjpt beuu >1 uti fk* l:i„.'Ulonn Inventions liiiityliiiiilvf tin velera anil have * Intn tradition ta such. But, ac- to J. W. Stevens of Cedar, the wild man to not a myth, and a thrilling account of an en- he had with the creature. Rira ago," twyn Mr. Stevens, siness In thw northwestern of Arlsona that took ute in the iliorhood of tlio extreme lower of the Qrand Canyon of the Cok river lu Mohatro county, Arle, vlng eorae time oti my ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 19 September 1903

■ af«3 i 32, W. 0. W. USE THE PHONE PHONE 171 Swt by a r«fm r Bjcptain* Myslvry ané Hrü aU « Calf : looking for a flue line PL® ÍND FANCY . ROBS or CANNRD GOODS. If the best is good for yon we hm it. j ■ trial OF ALL KINDS con- C. J. Palillo A remarkable cese of double life wa* recently disclosed In England by the tragic death o^Graham Caraton. a Ju tice of tbe pAce, country gentleman end men of wealtb~tbet le bow Ills townsmen regarded blm during life After bis death be waa discovered t« YOU WANT r$&b*nos, IT BO CONSULT OATBS' it and Information ..TRANSFER LINE FROM Holland Hotel to Port Vernon (the Oil Refinery.) K V ' • Kg Beginning Sunday morning, Septera- tw go, Borreys will make regular tripe 0 a. m. to 6 p. m. Pare lor touai Trip, $1.00. TONY HAVELOT ■RTSON A BRUCE ATTORNEYS aa, aa. aasosorr aoitemai ORANOX, TEXAS W. J. WINGATB. ATTORNIY4T4AW. ijivy. . mm sw *Sm at Court _ Starks Uvery mad Transfer Stable at the GATE CITY CAFE. HIGH GRADE PLUMBING aad Hot Water Heating gi...

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