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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 25 September 1903

'i i?,':1, r. . . ,.,: V' ;;/f ¡?'v.:' « ''•* -• ~M 'i ¿r"T'F&'í Mi AíWWtt í V V ..' < ís ■ " ¿••'W • ^ í- Ato# f« T WW? ¡. •i v*r*> 1 •rm. : " "" " ' V'' : ^Mr * * f <• iá'l! ííví" j 'WiSviSsV.t " ÍÍMhW: ¡ v' "V * • ■ rrB «a ■' }:v'i. v 9; of injr stock. á ill, Wis Si rigff ¡t ft fipM así 5 4'í ®,fí wMm n: * .' i y y: tsiBEwidP is the «"Huii*! to PLACE OI '.if*. will isd every- best, and ?;M to. 9. BATCHELOR. b P- * ««ft 8. W. 8HOLAR8, JR. ■■■Ml ■non in <É0 t my watch feat . It wis then exact- How long I slept *m■■'<€sf ^M| — talk*' ; fwwuWIj iwowj wnw dread. My heart vlolentlr, and I oould standing oa end from , A Tribune reporter went tin Weaver ship yarda this morula* tor the purpose of seeing the "damage" done the biir oil auirrtiijff btrn Mary* land, which was reported to hare Men in collMon with the baifee IT. T. Jones, when the latter was Uupefaad day be- fore yesterday and mmmmm. m Burton, soldier, Boheml U*. «tad good fellow gloomy winter night whett •an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 25 September 1903

■PSr mswi Ml have it mm ill PHONE fi M % I «CHKPUUL IBBssi ; Arrives, 1:15 pan. : 85 a.BJ. • •• • ••••• 9:60 a.m. Art*as. e.e-e • + « « «,* 8:15 pjn. 5:58 p.m. 6:36 a.m. 8:45 p.m. • wprmwwwm. 21, hr. Orange 6:30 a. m, ar. • 8:45 a.m. -¡fMji- Ma 1, It. Buna 1:80 p. m., ar. Or- rnge #:45 p. m. t Photos fl.50 floz. Gunstream. Br. G. Sturm la now manager of W. P. MaFhrland's optical department, tf P. Ik FergUBon left thle moni- to attend the funeral of brother, "Bud" Fergl a prominent cltiaen of Jasper who dropped ddad from heart to have arrived Here yeetartiay, his train, anil could not a* until lato to-night, hut will be at ■ n main ■ ■ ■ dt^a I ■hmaéiA .-wTmr ■•OefilOvP®iRr wffll InB and heat line of Samp lee ever die- played in Orange, Come and have your measure taken. '■;.'§££ .'] V-.¿fev -ir Utile Willard D. MacLeod, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald H. MacLeod, la suffering a severe attack of la grippe. Dr. <3. Storm has pleased thousands In our midst, , and ean pleaae you. tf Rev. A...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 26 September 1903

Wm •MM. Hwaito i ' i ,;£ ::i & ; '.V' '<M ' -jf |¡j8§t$SÉ¡ ''■<> ¿á *1 ' ■ Jim-; T H f V *m. 3= *•'g™ 26.1903 • Mm ; inli might hare toll yea Tilt Jpisg a m • Who per- ol old. He fell . 41 N. o. *y. had Um h|m at the EKW- mata* «m kaatiag had bad * Yerjr succeaaful i to tha Htttf were watting for the train to |« flan Antonio. While chat- dtiiens of the town ed of the fact that old aa lived near who had ftve yea bsoa blind fro the of neuralgia and «ai la a help- deplorable condl- m 5 js i ÉMmkíi The Unte of the District Court yes- terday and today wae taken np with the case of Mrs. Chaa. DeVoe Ttmp- klna vera us the Texaa * Ne# Orleans Railway eompaay for damages til the of 140,000.00 for the death of her in'* • ' «M MRS. DAVIS ta WORSE. The Críele Net Yet Reeohed—Friend* and Relatlvea Arriving. By Associated Press. Buffalo, N. Y., Sept. 26.—Mra. Jeffer- son Davis la worse this morning, Her condition is considered critical. The doctora, however, aay that the críala has n...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 26 September 1903

MP$nP.' im went over to a little visit to return mm and Bertha Peveto Foreman are spending the i, and expect to return to- Wi TaP*W@&L wd, this next Wednesday afternoon at 4 o'clock I at the residence of Mrs. 8. W. Shol- ars. This will be the first meeting of the year anil the program for the | presentation of the Southern Cross of Honor will be arranged. This enter- I talnment will be given on Judge John IH .Reagan's birthday, October eighth. The place where this entertalnent will bo given has not been decided on. they will be friends. ry out there W..-0. Addison spent a i In Orange this week and is now ¡i Gibson with her mother, "Mrs. i Moore. of Corrlgan'p charming girls, Nannie Saxon, has spent the past in Orange with her aunt, Mrs. JL MacLeod. N. S. Kellis Is in Deweyvllle ding the annual meeting of the Bast Texas Baptist association, will return Monday. H. J, Lutcher and Mrs. W. H. purpose leaving Tuesday next Cincinnati and other northern for a few weeks' stay. Miss Kitty...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 26 September 1903

: ' ! « t*w?* _ MJM ife-;cíAÍ5a -: íiflV ¥ • i $í ; ■'■■■ w m = ^Wrm \Wm e to buy. Take advantage of this opportunity an< our large stock, which consists of the newest and latest old Goods. Our installment system enables you to get your y for it in a way in which you will never miss the money. want it; iR hm WILL ■ wmm you will want the See our line of iiiil s y*y SEE OUR LINE OF Dining Chairs STRAIGHT-BACK, OAK , AND CANE SEAT e ' 75c a piece We have the only solid oak Rocker, with a leather seat, in the city == for $3.50 Examine our new ROYAL SEWING MACHINE, full ball bearing, drop head. Our guarantee goes with every one, at S32J50. YoÜi wÍ SÉlÍMt you want in our line of Turkish and Oriental Rugs, from 65c to $6.00. i tm We advertise only what we have, and that is THE LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF HOUSEHOLD GOODS EVER SHOWN IN ORANGE. CALL AND BE CONVINCED. ÉÜ mm Company * to ..who were ■lb • «•A, H k®MFedU*a dfr of oeh •4Ss A/-" ::;,a T* that wMek *- -*■— a« girds' king o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 26 September 1903

••a111., , . .-jaiíu ij .ij. ■ M.wi,ji).3saa ' the state. ts, SEPTEMBER ragt. MM "IN PAYING QUANTITIES." are Wfr: f^ : r publishing a statement that ochre i been discovered in the vicinity Ii e writer would like to be informed . "Spaying quantities." I Mountain at Del Rio, at the base of which 1 Moore is taking a canal from the SanFelipecreek the greatest single system of irrigation e world, is composed of yellow ochre. From thenoe in a semi-circle for five miles a low t*nge oi bills composed of red ochre. Here in reality, is a moun- tain chain of ochre. There is enough of the raw mater- fe: ial within five miles of Del Rio and immediately on " Southern Pacific right of way to paint every house in t Gulf States a double coat, and then the supply would g only be in a fair way of development In the "Big Peninsular" of Texas there are inex austible mines of gold and silver and quicksilver, along the Sabine river there are great deeps of petroleum and vast coal deposits, and in San Augu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 26 September 1903

wwmF mm III? fcl -t__ wiin (imm Dy onr i ll'tW IP At the Methodist J It 41 servios At :W. : 30 ¡K ni 1|| | Sunday Ssrvloe by Sslvatlon Army. TtMMnas, Of the Salvation the following Mr* Army tomorrow. The " ft Invitad to attend 4 «t*! '! ltd tinging A those whom Ood uro features of all the At it. •tip. . services at 7 p. m. I p.m. 0;| •:« a, m. ■ # UWM'M service 7:46 p. m. to bo present tad Brotherly." m H. LATE,' ■loiiit Church. • W fW« W,«« at O rata ■|§| jg. at l:4f a. m. Last _ Srd quarter. Review «o* tbo Uit quarter. Ut .«ttpa. Youag People's at 7:45. ft It wmm MHi < :? X:. ■ i IR SISTlR FANNIE, wut mild and as the nmmer bi Pleasant aa tbo air of evening, ' Whin It IrtMa Baumo éfc*. *+.a*M '.V:. "* ™"B ■inuuf lu" iiWHi *r- bo thy «float ilumber, Peaceful fa tby gfeve oo low; Tboa bo more will Join our nam bet, Thou ao aora our Dear eat slater, tboa hoot loft as, Hore tby foso wo dooply fool, But Us Ood that has bereft as; Ho can all our sorrows heal. Tot again wo hope to meet...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 26 September 1903

ü r/i/s Great IAD HOTEl iW*-; ■ if 3«M¡ ifiM® * ■ a ■ ■ 'p'j -■ i '* ^ 1 .. í w IiSL |me ,Vw58 ft' Hn , „''i. *5® *-i¿ SB; ..- M*:. ■";;;' 3 ■'5^i fe®;"?: ^ iim'S,' .'«wrli íiü SRSSSffi ,,,„,,, h-. V \ •-•••■ 'mv'Wwwm J.,. M. J Nearly thirteen years uolwu taken 1 the by Dr. FraUfc Fanning, «orne year previous! heat which resulted in total bllndneM of the tight eye. I soft pain—could not hear a ray of light; was 1b was the only relief confined to a woa darkened by draperies so felt like a caged bird or prisoner condemned to pénanos. The pate was *> In- tense that It produced paralysis of the optic nerve aad eyeUd. Byeball a m named aad swollen It looked as though It would buret. Had employed of the best physicians In Houston without relief, and had almost giren up la despair; had about arranged to go to New Orleans and have my eys operated upon when my husband took me to Dr. Iteming. After my eyesight was eoowtftelgr restored—pain atl gone—with nothing to indicate that there had e...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 26 September 1903

i «nd mm IVHMP >ai8WHWPHP>fc HHl*a> IB llIÉÉ , hw.iv tb* Aunor* m. o* mmMmemtat, 'B, ""«f H| |: m |. BR 1 !?iHD . '¡$¡ IÉ| Í "■ 4k • 'W' tí í. ii' PmkEBI Victory! tnd i, .«*♦ . ; :, fields and m«n. , hon«#t sft '•> •h mUH of pride lov ■« Btid tru«. Wtm folu . ; iwirt! world her' hotaAjn fav the soldier l ra\ the conquering warrior- *U what the othor «ron! n? Ths Open Air Concert. prstty thought of Loland's mind, w *nt to the band ooo sir, tree, band coo- II vu "r*od«r«d" on ft vacant lot ale*. «Mr placea to what* tbe moa alt off a# M. \ II ' «¿F 72=^ A* TRB nn BAND CONCH&IV P ■■Jluss wnM sudor* wur ax- ~ ■ ■ ■ ■ "" W"f " ▼ V tnaitUss la Ha cottar and And tha feotes ta jrowr stocking without axart- tm tfc—srtm. Aftar a «bite, whva tffa awffatoaa I'Immm raal soft from bata# aat "tha advert aaarUng tninptti ekUte." aad tha' "fru, opai mm • • • • • boya of til* i mm o Are a rlfrcip-rip+lp •rowted a davU-wag tato tha n*1^ I?.- Ooot jra (Wffoa, Mttf) Asa* ya aaa yar (Whoa!...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 26 September 1903

¡71 ^TTTT,: ¡ (yliiMpiM L Bt thetoeafc !■ good ^ • it Owing to the rush of buslneee our taller hM l d for the put few doy , ho ho* decided to remain over until MVon- dey night. Come and aoe hie Samplee and have your measo* taken for a new Fall 8ult, at L. OV ALL con- C. J. Patillo PHONE I T,\ TRAIN «CHKDULC. iPKrli ÉLxrivm. t'S •♦••#•••♦ • e • e o • o • • o • • lsll pjk MS ee • ee seeeeVe** T'SS ftJB, M..10 :18 p.m. >.10 e e e eee ee 9:60 aaa. Arrtvee. i a 3:16 p.m. • ^ e• • e • ee • eee • e ee eeeeee SlISpellL '• 1 •♦ f e e«MM«« 1:16 I.Bi U-w -e o • '• e'e e e> •'« e-w e e * o ee A fcinrthiiiÉ^t- ni m, norwwwwm, ;/.t No. 21, It. Ornase 6:30 a. m., ar. 8:46 a. m. Mo. 1, It. Ban 1:10 p. m., ar. Or- 8:« p. m. Local and Personal. Save freight and drayage by haying your groceries at \j. Mffler'n. tf "W. P. McFarland'n optician operate only by modern method . tf Bob Burton of the He in Litho com- pany's pre room , went to Beaumont yesterday for the parpóse of ? lli'yt M„ ' ' 'I Pho...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 28 September 1903

lililLrJl , • _ ^^ } ^ ■■ H WsSfMwí ■üwpíí i íte ± IN, SEPTEMBER 28, 1903 !iSSl':®P5® i ^ ¡J. | Aá:t: |$ Ziá&M RHHIKSHiiS #>* 4 Ü ; — 21 ¿íva^.M : 'l?f >W™ ; /' ;'•:. '"; 'i' ', i;Ü '■ ''■' >*'"■■ '" * *''' ■ • iÍM0^ Mp^ '. * " &¡?¿T '' V<■; :© Capacity-This Proven WeU is Uss Than Two Miles \ •#* , J¡>( ' „ "*■" ■*' ■* */*í _ . J|lj|jij the Orange County Court House. glggM /'ñíp;|| «¡1111 fñif. miM5SEmlX> .w-, lililí III If 1*141I 111 I IIIII HH U4IHH HHH-H-H > !■ II f H 11 14> H-H-M- !■ !■ H■ f t-1-H-I-! ■■!■ M ■!■1 I "I..!"1111> '¡"frWH wme ÍÉSÉí ■. . p In Orange county. The greasy fluid has been found in paying quantities at a shallow depth and the future of ; and oil shipping point has been assured. have all the way along, since the beginning of the oil excitement been in favor of the Citizens' Oil Co.'s well, north of ¡ public has been willing to conceed thai the Port Vernon Oil Co. were liable to strike oil, the chances have all the way been ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 28 September 1903

vte'l ■ • ' temmm; ■i?r if:- TEXAS, SEPTEMBER 28, 1903- Very little, « oil being struck at less than has been Ortlv it was secured at a to find it. The readtihg, justify which have been m ww-v and insure the rapid building of a i dty here. mm TEXAS IN PANORAMA. item to the D61 Rio Record furnishes the in- 1 that Mr. M. B. Trezevant, chief of the South- Pacific literary bureau, accompanied by his per- il staff and a representative of a polyscope com- , is now in the Devil's River counry taking views e wonderful scenery which that section affords for use in the tremendous advertising plans of this railroad system. ~ te season we may expect to have presented to our demonstration a series of moving pictures of Texas scenery, including such views *s ll*l of ft River bridge, Painted cave, Castle cartyoh, P«- i high bridge, and numerous others, as well as those r more immediate rice and cane fields and beautiful and forests. : Speaking of this enterprise the Houston Chronicle as the follow...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 28 September 1903

I" '• W . I the Mi# mob 000. til restraint. The offloe building wu damaged rtao were re- • mob and pay brdke The magnlf- immm WP--*' NGE, 1 at tht etoes SI ftulacas bcrMb, \m MM « >* •Mt.Ull# Luwunn. ■Mck |tM ta. •• .. • toas..... at the mm * •«***••* ¿{¡ft* BAlM ABlitftDdiDC t'« * *'*•• M •• ♦ •abject to check ¡Uí of dcpovlt>MH« mi 1.001 ¿ • -v tac AT ITULATIO* s: WHPe iv. Drinks, tin* the em- A Are alarm was turned In to divert Attention and all the saloons were or- dered closed, bat at noon thejr bad not obeyed the order. ' . The nob Is now marching apon a saloon near the oompanr's worts, whose owner enraged the man. ÜÉi* m II Ml Hiiiiii lili' ' ma Laredo. ■' j,'i, * 1 V."'*" - efe, at dM ggg on in thie rs BuH Stat* •< ***aa. n «n*jr of Orang*. m-- r ,W &Mwk,Pmt of U>e bo e n*med — *- -—inly amttir that the utoore i to ÜK Dett of my knowl r. b. stake. PwsMsat. (Dlrectom Sttbeorlboe mud «worn to before me tbltSRb day of Sept.. IMS- Jao. T. Hawt. SgililllStolary Pub...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 28 September 1903

===== *. _1¿ IC.J. Palillo W H TRAIN SCHEDULE. Southern Pac mo. Bastbouud— No. 4 Sfc8 • e-e eV + w w* • • • e>e<* • • Arrirtt. 1:15 p.m. • •e«* 7:25 ft.m. • • « • • -«•.« • • • • 10168 p.m. 10 e*«•••*•eee••••*«•••• ftSOMB. Arrive*. • 8116 p.XD. 5:58 p.m. v..d'Sdajn. ft:45p.m. Westbound— ^ífO. ft *• * «., •.,« i Jlo.fi No. 7 0 •• • • •«• < Oranos A Northwestern. No. XI, lv. Ornnge 0:30 a. m., i Bonn 8:45 n. m. No. 1, It. Ban 1:30 p. m., nr. Or- ange 8:45 p. m. '"■■i 1 1 As there hu been a «ret optical work, W. P. McFarland red the services of Dr. G. Sturm. Call «ad have your eyas tset- tt Mrs. Ellison. wife of the efficient manager of the Holland Hotel, returned Saturday night from Martin, where she Bt a couple dt week In taking hot baths tor which that place is so justly celebrated. She is much rested and Improved by her short va- cation. expect to go to attend i Miss Vlrby,' the Ochiltree house | turn to their homes in Local and Personal. e Cabinet Photos fl.50 do*. Gunstr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 29 September 1903

I" ''B® \ TEXAS, TUESDAY Al mm* m ' : ■ I 1 pjBpi; rni N, SEPTEMBER 29. 1903 thrive we provide tor old saving proven by htrn- ; of experience. This !■ again that money dc- in this savings will not i of i —'"'ral '' v'í"! MK jroo rich in a day, but by rea- oarefai investments fM rwt- intereat (4 per cent) wilt net tk comfortable income in the of Old a«a when labor la an ef- when money making la oat of ^ ^ y mm «ws is 1 J.. today( at tie rea- •'V' , ^ '* tar m mm. m «Hr. Atibe Urn* of In the emptor of Of the Katy M, between fiel* " quick aad fired the fatal ehot i oould aetse hand. JohnaM, Irvln and Bowe at the acene of the found the parties aa de- Mrs. Ltmon waa still con- but when Interrogated oould five no oanae for Balcke'a action, bnt —- ..0h, tt was so cowardly!" and stater werk so over come with the horror of the scene that bath fhlttted and had to be remorad To anatnln her relatives the woman bravely told them that she waa going to lire, hot whispered to the officers that'She ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 29 September 1903

...... x w •-«• at 4:80 O'clock, Sunday* i;ili v.- • TEXAS, SEPTEMBER 29, 19 3- of the hour: "Have you bought a home ther big revolution is on in Colombia. In the last big battle that was fought one of the armies got wound- ed in the hand. The American warships will remain in Turkish wa- ters on the principle that an ounce of prevention in this case is worth several tons of cure. Orange county rice farmers are advised to'rush their crops in as quickly as possible. The city needs rain, and the Tribune cannot hold it back a great while long- ember the date of the prediction we made tl actual work would commence on the Sabine Lake chan- 'nel within ninety days. Remember the date and keep tab on us. m Behold, there are giants in these days! Edward, William and Theodore, and verily, for heftiness Theo- dore leads them all, The President weight 220 pounds, fllatfooted. ■ _ The International peace congress disapproves of the course pursued by England and Germany in dealing with Venezuela. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 29 September 1903

" Jptip'"llpí'' ";■*< 4jf^|v^ tlufl | MMPM ;,, <Vy'v"A WINOATE •t. .". .'¿. '.' '''J:i" '.'• ''¡^áw4tíx.\<M under tftts bead. Se perllM r*y*-*TrW- WTfT a" (F Hf g t..... i., ra.- ll:JwfwwEáarflw !'1 "...".Ur' ¡'', ' . - rí!,",': .(i ' '.-.¿í ^ \ Sí-«fe i#1 ROOMS—Two nicely southern eiposure, Avenue and Ser- M-tf. O BED POR BALK—A child's folding bed, Urge enough tor ten-year- old child, bren new, spring, cotton nattreee, etc. for sale for lese than Apply Tribune editorial rooms. FOR SALE—Heavy Mule Team and Wagon. Call Orange Paper Co. tl-*t Stable IX)8T—From my office, City Secre- tary's book, containing ordinances of the city of Orange. Please rotura to J. A. Holland. tf FOR «ALJfr-Baled Hay In guantlti« of a to* or more. Phono m the after n. ORAMOS RMFINRRY. tí lifw c, All ICC CtCAN [ In the ■ -y<i;:* r.:,v ■ f'Ji FOR 8ALB—Three lota within two Moan of the Southern Pacific depot Will tell cheap and make easy terms. tMaoffioa. ' -W tt FOR SAL —One choice tot corner of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 29 September 1903

m llknÉMHE mmmmm <yi BSgSt best is good we have it **R .'«r A* there haa been a gret demand good optical work, W. P. M ~ has secured the services of Dr. 0. - unn. Call and hare your eyes test- M 1:16 pae. 7:86 aJB. > *#« • **^a>;e<«e <e w<*• ••. • • 10: IS pA. a S e • * •-* s * e*<e e • ♦ • e eee I:Hul « e* e e • e* • e * e • tillyA* «••••••••••«•«••««•■•a SrSSpjn. a •«••••«•■ ••• 6:86 ft.ttl, I •■■** e • a « • .*•*<* « •.« ee -e « • a a 8:41p.m. ¿I>!, i " w' . ,• Ora no* * North waatern. No. a, hr. Orange 6:80 a. mH ar. l*ia 8:45 a. m. Ma 1, It. Bona 1:80 p. m., ar. Or- 8:46 p. m. . Local and Personal fl.BO dos. Gunstream. |PtÍP ——- M. W. Marshall, of Jennings, La., ■was a business visitor to Orange to- ■ H*jf. . Dr. G. Sturm ia Huccessful where other opticians Call. tf " . —— , 1 have 30 choice lots in the colored part of town, for sale at from $100 to 9160. Now to the chance for color- men to get a home. fi. E. DEMP8EY. i Mias Fannie Bettia went over to...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 30 September 1903

HBH9 if S |$ 18 * JI «I {W MmBBM , IPlSi MM. fc':-' v'"'••■ Miu C. A. MacLEOD, Miu KATHREENE AMANN. Lm-'.vV'Jsi mm ■ •••■' '4 / M V; ' ' ' ■" "• ■na Oí! News the Fort Vernon oil well arrived . . yesterday and was taken out. this morn In#. At three o'clock .. this afternoon tie ten-Inch cas- ing was being pot In position « > and preparations toeing made to begin baling eitWr thla evening •OT tomorrow morning. It is hop- ed now to qflpkly demonstrate what Is in the Well, there are a few old soreheads yet, who to take great pleasure la knocking, bat these, it le hoped, have had their day. Some of them, if yon were to show them a five hundred barrel gnsber, would prophecy that it would not gash an hour. If yon were to offer them twenty dollar •old pieces for eighteen donara enty cents they woold make a roar about the twenty •§• + llr. Hanford and «alte a party 4. of workmen and others, came 4 over from Beaumont this morn- lag and went out to the well. 4* Many capitalists and other in...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 30 September 1903

iémiséi i yMM ■■-:•' '•■"■Mr ' OÍ la the greatest dls- tlmes. of tbo hour: "How hyacinths?" sound sleep tad future hap- by buying a home in Orange. DOW la up to unite Spain Portugal with Do Pedro as em- V 'Tla a bloody old road for any to' travel. '« : ' mM Given a clear conscience, a healthy MHir :.|i|l * home la Orange, what can a man want to make him , —^mr- , " r"'" ■ #T ' T';,V . happy? Let ua try to be reasonable. M It now look Itke Senator Morgan Will yet lire to see himself vindicat- ed, and the Nlcaraguan route adopt L ad for the Isthmian canal. So mote It ?! a soT«er can't kick about his ho is sick. The Tribune has In notiug that the regulars at Sam Houston enjoy their cus On tomorrow the Colombian gov eminent will suspend the cable" service at Buenaventura Buenaventura means "good chance." In this Instance Is there aught In a name? The young ladles of Orange ought to get busy on that company baaner for the Orange Rifles. Do It now. The Rifles need tí now. The company be p...

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