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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 30 September 1903

K^8SÉ¡)B63SS5E528¡ -j?,*4'- ¡k - * >•# ... ¿ fé- á VW9SSS959HM ...''. í.M-,,1 ' wv.V.^W riw. mortally woundod. 'ymm, i ■1 ■ TTOHHBV-AT-LAW Oreen *renu«, •> and Ser- ¿IÜH# '*S ES Oflle at Court Heuee. >\ "i Ltvery Transfer Stable Eixt at the jft CItY W. C. Dltftfs. Proprietor. NEW PHONE 278. GRADE iMBlNfifll Steam and Hot Water Heating imates given. Job work íptly attended to. All work S. H. BATCHELOR, ORANGE, TEXAS 'Jit SALE—A ohUd'a enough for ten^yoai ■ "■1,1 ■ -w-"" " ■, a. *■ ^ . etc. For sale for less thai cost Apply Tribune editorial rooms. FOB, SALE—Heavy Mule Team and Wagon, call Orange Paper Co. 21-3t LOST—From my offloe, City Secre- tary's book, containing ordinances of the city of Orange. Please return to J. A. Holland. V''i. tt FOR SALE—Baled Hay in quantltta of a ton or more. Phone to the after noon. ORANGE REFINERY. tt FOR SALE—Three lota within two blocks of the Southern Pacific depot Will sell cheap and make easy terms. box A, twmffi". tt FOR SALE—One choice...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 30 September 1903

Hi i Afriolitf * mmáímmm Mi ■ is -i PHONE 111 •a fine lit -good it ÍS'v'--W' I ■* con- ■MHl wM K i SCHEDULE. JSfviv; y^Aniim. | m**i•«••• • • • • ••••«•• 1:15pJOBu • • ••••*•• e •••« 7:J5 un. I • «••••••«*•• *(• • iiIOiiMp.m. # - •««j• í.• í• ¿VS. • • •« Í¡W MP. Afrit*. * • * V «* • • • f •<* * •• • 8:15 p.m. ... «....... 6:58 pja. r ft ■ > * * * V • • • e ft • e ft « 4e • 1:16 mb. -* • t * •«>«* ..v. • # Wmwi .... 8:45p.m. ,4 Northwaetern. 1; It. Orange 6:80 a. m.( ar. 1,'lv. Bana 1:80 p. m., ar. Or- 8:48 p. m. mm il and Personal. § Cabinet Photo# $1.50 do*. Gunstream. — Dr. G. Storm is successful where opticians fall. tf i. Rebel L. Robertson attended theatre last night at Beaumont r. G. Sturm has pleased thousands oi*r midst, and can please you. tf A F. Chenault, a former resident of but no* of Bay City, is in the . on business. , Cnmmlngs, Dentist, office la the ¡fljuildlng, over Curtis ctock- , New Phoné No. W. ll-2w — P. H. Farwiil] and baby girl £>m Fredericksburg...

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

MsTí m ■ív mm Sh ■illa mm im FP¡§®$ r¡/:«iai WMKmmm ¡pfflE m>W fe •• •' • f y | K f'.) wWL,JL . 1 M^SS Riia H MEKTtNQ MSÉP $éé Vr ; •'.■V^1'i' *' <&*: Iamau a| ivínonr OT won W/ a®; Jftóá MM1I « CiisS d SI <38? (i mmm !#?■ XW' £ í i .:'•; I® ; fSai, ®.', fei , HHMH «SkIIF ihraHw \M V./V Pr<MÍ!*-y -.-r >v';."!^ i-, rftt"v, ■ • •'' ^'■'"''■■<;Ü...áí ImA Isa wlp# ' | Lfiyrwi M: ■ & f V* <¿ 1 I * I Ssr?rr HHH WmmFWMmf Ja"*' v -■: I- - 1 PPK PeUard, Who t w n®r BUiin€si« v ii mi H'i nu of the City «u held at the of- of the Orange Rice Mills, : A. C. Stewart, J. fi. Aader- *;jM .WB|uyk; mat. ■ g ^-||, ■.i,.., „., ' v.ju '¡■wiWjr Pf* JU. JimierHon, Ford and Superintendent Foster. resignation of W. T. Pol- • principal of the high was presented to «•toil ■•HftWflll 14 V VA, W y ■cwjpiwi. rwi" excellent wot* tn schools and his resigna' «fe with much *ie- <f> hoard «#<* hy He will reside In Orange bat in other business wot*. «(• applications for Qm •(> ...

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

ff H; O" '. %> sq-s- IXAS, OCT. 1, 1903. ™ ™?" * ^ • monc mmjOT «hall Stewart VOMKIW1 dull to- It la because our Hebrew friends, ( have ao large a part In the busl- i Ufe of the city, are observing with doors, Yom Klppur, or the Day I Atonement Iff,, ■ ||/: M The day falls on the evening of the ninth and extends to the evening of ilhC ¿?'á of the month Tlshrl, from «ondown 'til sundown, and Is the Jew- l Sqbbath of Sabbaths, tl e most «ol "alendar, Its objects being {ratification; reconciliation and The Jews, the world over,|H Me In their places of worship and ob- > solemn fast taring tbe twenty which end at s|* o'clock this evening, spending tbe time In acknowledging their fallings M "and asütag forgivenness. ■* % "And it shall be onto yon. a statute In the seventh month, on the ml end City the endorse- ment and good wishes 0T the _ . generally. There la no plausible ex- cuse for loafing In Beaumont—Beau- mont Journal. Shout that through a Orange. '. ' A few days since over 1...

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

|&®| I 1 \ .Ú if, ■ >*') jj$iff V';W.4K|, * SltUCB IVt K In our WINCATB. ATTORfHY-AT- LAW. and ; R* "busi- , ZM Vtftjfe jk éimáá M of tue port® RContl- " utd l(f ''Étnott, "that offered by our service <M> to meet the grotlag of the export trade from the and will be appreciated by railroads. with will be equipped with first' aere of modera con Mir adapted to the Traaa-Atlantlc trade. ... . AujgA . U MH.A Advertisements under tata a«M. 9c ,. ..Ml JWPPilii 1 Horae and Wagon ilf Oaborn Barton. it D ROOMS—Two nicely rooms, southern exposure. Oreen Avaaue and Ser* ffli | ; M-ti, ' —_ Stable SALE—Heavy Mule Team and Call Orante Paper Co. M'#t Proprietor k m. ;V my offlce, Otty Secre- book, containing ordinances at city of Orange. Pl&aae return to A. Holland. 7 ' < « fan ————I II POR SALE—-Baled Hay in qnantttl« of a ton or more- Pbcna.m the aft noon. ORAKQR RBP1NBRY. • ' tt BALE—Three lota of the Southern eel! A, thla ©Boa. PI:®. 1 Job to. -m Works. ÉliÉ&f T tf. <...

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

ɧ «tu n services at the Chris- we have it 4T J, :ilw. Ed tian church, corner Main and streets next Sunday afternoon o'clock. This is an invitation to be present. Civic Club Meeting. This is again to rsnadttd tbe 1 ■ •m tt h claimed that the In the royal nalace in .«pa vni* . '+'WWI^^yjW *■'■' , ¿ " ' jWAja ine rauMT Orange that the B'M club four o'clock In I 'fiMft li «A í í? O T. II and patotera. IllpIB in the eeeen- Dutch «culptOi la 144 feet to length, and 104 feet bi«b. Ill p-m 17! m pp® : ^1? TRAIN ílV'-. Mfl : • •.♦Hi*' W. JUBfc L '!§ • ♦ ♦ • • WW #' • -# •#«•*•**•«« a-,*<*/ Ta8S tiW. "' r'íj* •-¿•♦.•w • • • * a «•♦•«• • • * «.*,♦ ¿a .10:Hpjn. é 3MI: ee ewe ♦ • • w e a • • # • **<*■'• • « a • •• 1:15 pjn. • « «'a * a « •««*•*•«« • < -SaM.JU® i • flf ••«*••• a ♦•a a <•«« a a aa# a a a 0:86 aja. ■ -«hp • < tM«a ««««iai it a « a S« 45 PJL FlMAiia ai _ i 4k^w^M^aiM '■igfj\v,V'•'$ ^a lwOr nW^R ®ini " a, hr. Orange 8:80 a. a, ar. *:4B a. Mo. 1. It. Bona 1:80 p. m., a...

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

RffinRffl ASSOCIATED PRCS . =T ~ P ' 1 BB* «i ® OCTOBER 2, 1903 • • wwrn .1" '••• "ífiW-1 — " V „ ,R|ro D' j£ "• S vlluv' •guio that money de- — .■. --é — ... _ 4 _ mi^ Mtil _, ,,i WfiWW ww* will not la a day, bat by m- InvestuiwiW |iud r«||^ (4 p«r eral) will set acome in «fe labor tosnaf- making 1c ont of u m i bf m iitur pu t 1 VJ «■ «• •*** cutlery SUMO •' «o make a wares at tito todivld- to akMk «.'i"" embracing taS of the ma- irárdk• AÁ AAA LIaiu V I B^p WWW WwWW: W0á Mfill v v'riirt • gt «I. Peter - Hi HXplillKtlot) fllvcfll j-_ mhjlaa éa¡nnL.- A — > ior moving inwpB ««* I to remove the sua- her fgtontlons, Tkf mov«NÍ la e tfn estimated 1 tra thouaasd i that the movement part oí an experiment to moblllts the pnrpoee of ahowtog ber ability • considerable force In with friction between CHaa and baa no with any differences be- tween Japan and any other power,? refuae to comment on thla ASSAULTED Y ROBBERS. Ranch Owner Wee Placed on a Rail* road Track. Arfiou Oct. W. W, Do* wa...

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

SÍ.W.«MW í _ f ...■ ;. *, ür sás ~ NOE TEXAS, OCT. 2, 1903. Dh§K| w ¡ OlVIC CLUB LIBRARY. MM :y of Qeorge W. Carroll of it, the Civic club of Orange most splendidly equipped or of its kind In Temas. Lu*- ly carpeted floor , easy chairs, i, lounges, piano, and book cases bean provided, and the Civic club Is In every respect prepared to do i|||j|ctive work in behalf of the city. It Is not easy to understand why hundreds of ladies in Orange who have and who reasonably expect to malte this city their permanent place 1 Ü rpsidence do not seem to consider themselves under any obligations to help in the good work now going for- ward. We shall not try to understand It. They probably argue that as the are doing nothing, nothing ought Expected of them. And we shall Hat cpijerrel with this feasoning. The ape so much above mere man that sometimes wonder why the Lord 4|per made it necessary for them to associate with him. But. as we have isftimated. there are about a dozen, . or at the outlade. ...

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

# - jíi.4 mmm* 3M ] welcomed IT*. II*. HAVELOT I'! " i" '"i •RUCK rt •«AN(Mt, TCIAÍ ¡¥ggP& m ÍGATB* f-AT-LAW. ^pHPrp^iW ?7r^Ww$ Court 'Howes. 1 4 isfer Stable and murmured be- laud: W.ÜPÍ exclaimed the gss< M£Q behind htm, "Gentlemen, to present Major Shurts. lit It Haa Com*. Aa Ohio man haa luxated an Im* bag faatenar but hi* not l courage J to; offer it to tho Poototiee Depattmeat Jttit yet. «-Washington Poat^ Classified Advertisements /UlT«rtUcmeaU under tu>« bead. >c per line TOR BALK—1 llArae and "w««oñ cheap. Appljr Osborp Burton. 4t FURNISHED ROOMS—Two nicely (urnlihed tooma, southern expoaure. Corner Oreen Avenue and Ser* oath. ■¡ ;jv; !■ 2Z-tt. mm. won SALS—Heavy Mule Team and Wagon. Can Orange Paper Co. 21-St aJ atthe NKW PHONE «75. LOST—From my oflioe, City Seer tarjr'a booh, contal nln* ordinance ot the city of Orange. Pleaae return to J. A. Holland. tí IBING i given. Job work ly Attended to. All work LOR, wui ! Rootíntr Wormmm. m. ICE CUAN tAthe rer Drinks,...

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

rJMHM MM fi —iJs: BK jW'jSmKli ft* yon we have It r*f« O KINDS con- !fi?l | C J. Patillo ir TRAIN •CHfPUU . If 1:1* !• H *««•••••« •«« •<« * • 7:86 am. &.4H ••••«*•«• «*••«*«•««••• .10:58 p.m. ÜH ..................... I:Kml • *:« * a e U'i • e.« «W e e « • « « • .. 8:15 p.m. Ü* 5:58 p.m. .. Wo.t , e e e *« • « • «*, •«• ••*««• 6:86 ajn. 1 * ««• ew4ws • •• «••« 8:46 p.m. WP Orange * Northwestern. No. *1, I*. Orange 6:80 a. m., ar. 8:45 a. m. No. l^tr. Buna 1:80-p. m., ar. Or- i(-i Local and Personal. | ee ee«eee« ee Cabinet Photos $1.50 doz. Gunstream. itlst, office In the building, over Curtis' croon- ery «tore, New Phone No. 191. U-2w J. H. Baldwin, of St. Louis, la in on a visit to hi old friend Cap- ill. H. Settle. over 200 Besidence Lota lor In different part ,of the city. « range from 8100 to 8350. See a e If you want a lot. „ S. B. DEMPSEY. H. Shelter, the Texas to- Amusco expert, Is in the city from Na- cogdoches. and was a pleasant and entertaining visitor to the Trib...

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

v. ' M. m ■;%i >H, OCTOBER 3, 1903 ' ^ Jl|l|r' hi". «Kí * -Í" ■ ,:; WfF^* saving pro? for old by hun- Thls Is Money de- > bank will not rich in a day, bat by ren- I careful investments and rea- cent) will not ble Income In tbe ¿ When labor l« in ef- inaklng la oat of Mil í . *f k f # ¡Kg in New Orleans 4 ■riif i din IRRvmH JPJ j, •™Wt. ! at a was i Hotel-Lett a Call >m He Wis l With hi i mu received by The Tribune Í Jm, • of the Orange Dally Trtb- 4* hotel laat night. He toft 4. ie nevapapera in which be 4. Upr at Orange by her fath- of giving an eg> . Por that reaaon, he says, hla wife after tie thunderbolt from young lady whom be that day, J. 8. at Orange laat in O'Neills room at the of a few mutual at the tinxL, vhMjSih# etty on horseback a abort iszieasttrt r, and there waa bitter feeling ha- wing aware of this feeling, endeavor- about a reconciliation and the father is aaid to h*v« belleveing that fee had hla ''«'«iWr again. hla wife left Orange farther waa heard lo...

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

.'fP'üüi1 "ty 'i'' J- '"I ■ ^ ' #^l : ;'''t',; mm , OCT. S, 1903. fcL ROUT*. new route tor the 1b- canal 1b discussed at length > New Orleans Item, whtch furn- • following Information on that at Bubject the canal resolution was be- Tour PS > the Senate It will be remembered Senator Scott, of West Virginia, at the best route would "by way of the Darlen Isthmus, known as the Darlen-Mandlngo route. It Is now being suggested that before turning our attention to Nicaragua we inquire further into the advantages of | this route. The Darlen-Mandlngo route begins at the north side of the isthmus in the Bay of Mandingo, which is at the southwest side of the Oulf ot San Slag, whore the water Is eighty feet deep within a hundred feet of the p, and from this bay it is nowhere ithan slaty feet all the way to the atlc ocean. The Oulf of San Bias i land locked at the west side by high ads, and protecting the Mandin Bay are islands with channels be- them from sixty to 120 feet and a half a mil...

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

xuec ai . 'mmmmm Responsive Ho* to to the 00 could the unan the ladies that another chair toy them last spring, purchased the first was instructed to dupM- ■■RnrtMNfjgMMj The public is invited. ■sheuld fa* add to .tasare insertion Hit Friday soon. mgm «titty Petty has Im tor studies ■B"355*?fWIÉw '<■ v'! É J. Luteher spending a T-LAW. P*~0 " Stable Jab work All work rían TEXAS emrnm H Fannie Bettls ape Bt Beaumont with Frank Bettii. A. Sokolskl «ad •PWt Tom Kippur in Sea friends and relative . Mr. and Mrs. P. b. Cur ♦ftjoytag a visit from thei O. Brice, of Del thla week. Mattle Bland le to attend the «a this session. Her 1 asunccessful MM * May Peveto and Zai this morning on tb<y Mississippi for* Jot. visit friends and rehf JÉ, L Robertson a« Minnie, went np to wlMtre Mlaa Minnie Mary's College. Mrs, attended the Fair wh Mrá Edith.K McCullough •d from her summer's 1 whew she visited relative ow at home at the rosldei 1. '"''I® ®0"" ' straets. Mr. Oliver Bland and Mlasea LUUe a...

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

5 K W . . V V. fc ' ixpk"i#ft 'r't f ¿tfW.' a ÉÜ Wo prices on light or CA ^mmIÍ __ f we have It. OF AM, KIND¿ can- on huno .;■ :/fy + MIVW, to give you pNi ^ I I frflilUSB m ,.. pBiM A ••••«••••••••••* ■■• 1: • •«eewe-ee a « «« • • • • Ti S « a • a-e-a-e-ae- a • • a • • « * 'aw .10 if * * • * . ___'*«•■* 8 •■♦¡♦'•■fi '• • • • «<£ • • • -í.il • • • ♦ * a «* •••ee•aa>#a aa á$feVI'M HMMa «range • HorxnwMwm, It. Orange 8:10 a m., ar. 8:45 a m. •' No. 1, It. Bona 1:80 p. m., sr. Or- ange 8:46 p. m. f';. . i > i ■.■W; ' rw¥WVw<p Cabinet Photos f 1.50 dos. Gunstream. r. CummlngB, Dentist, o Alice in the Holland building, over Curtis' crocK- itore, New Phone No. 101. 112w our large line of gold and filled watches, with all the standard $ movements. We can save you man. «y. Palace Jewelry Store. Joe Lucas. Jack Hockey spent the day yester- day in and about lake Charles on on important business mlsciton. 1 have over 200 Residence Lots for «ale, in different parts of the city. Pric...

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

We fcfovlde to tea by icmm _ lo that mont Oriawn Picayune. ,mf. _„.. Ill 11 il tin ill 1 ill 11 rbe *bo<rt ** ■* T®*t «'* troub,«<1 B Interest (4 ner centi «I 10 *tew«ft OHetll, former adver- eomfortable Income in ltt« manager of tibe Dally Tribune, Orante Texas, so that he killed malting !■ ofriself in one of the rooms of the St irles hotel yesterday moraine:. i newspaper man to the very soul fc, as he called himself and as be Mad others to anil him, allowed á (ration for the local news gatb- rs, tor he left letters which tall tbe ry of his suffering, a pathetic bís- ate when labor Is i ' & .•;ys fm$ í ■Ü. :v;": ' ■ mm na mm Eshí ■* Ji mmHH iSll iini'hiMiiniTiiilTilt mobilisation of to Corea áoi constitute ja act the la being kept ndv and nature of Japan maneuvers. three divisions of vv';; -- 5, 1903 «i .in 1 ■ ?> -JW|W ' r ot which shows man's weakness ■" his own tardy realisation. ta fead bean given the opportunity writing and editing the story of tragic death, be wo...

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

J "9 r Afternoon. Sunday Excepted. .-a—rrs=saa""' , rr. ■y «r= ORANGE, TEXAS, OCT. 8, 1903. assss The question of the boar: "R TJ.Oll wwir- fi Subscribe lor the Tribune and keep posted. I-' ;;'í// AdvertlBers in the Tribune continue to reap the golden hardest. The bus- iness which passes their neighbors by does hot fall to stop at their doors. , ■ ■ Some of the most priceless philos- ophy Is ottered by fools: It 1b one of the clearest evidences of the exist* ) euce of an eternal soul. ■Mí ü ftfc ■ When we reflect upon the dead and gone how many little thingB, as well as great, recur to ub that we might have done, if we had only thought! ¡S95 i ®i The time to buy Orange lots 1b NOW. Without any thought of sacrilege we can assert that It Is like salvation la that respect The proper time 1b al- ways NOW, but every moment of the future holds elements of risk and loss and danger. . Let us not for a moment forget that, oil or no oil, we have the beBt and most promising little oity right h...

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

mmwmm PW®Ív' ,«j Mi IGATá -ATLAW. ■mm is t Water Heating )' e of tlitM n«- rest of Ills life «t • the malp lite be has mined, llngly go back to Orange up and work for the reit fe for Maud But as that ¡ble, I must do this. I ask the people of Orange to Upon Maud as pure and virtuous day «he was born, and a better doesn't life. I am now going to God. end mar be hare merer soul, and may my friends for- me for this raab act are my last Good-by to all. -~ÍNH ' ; JACK CNBILL. The teat Letter he flalshed some time FVlday in his room, reads: the Public: You will And one tetliK already written at Lake Chartéa In explanation of my tot. I fully In- tended doing this there last night Thinking of the disgrace to my dear father and mother, I decided to try to gat beck to New York State, and gire "f up to the authorities of my own as I thought It would be better being brought back to Orange, , but upon arriving here my money gate out. • I tried to pawn my gun, suitcase and contents for enough to t...

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

HE! IPPPM^k KB a ■ 111 &:-W':.y^m t**jto MM u Ukml i 6 CMtittMi «1 AkMMlr "«frty. PHONE W . ■ ,■; ipfjtv looking for a flue line Hg AND FANCY BB8 or CANNED tftt.- H th* beat is good uragh for you we have it. lv® me a trial . •. . t. OF ALL KINDS oon- on hand . \ .% W. A. Pollock of the Inténtalo Bank and Trust company, of New Orleans, and ft. K. Johnson, a street railroad magnate of the Creaoent City, are spending a few days here the guests of their friend Cashier J. P. Roach. 125.00 per week and expenses to man with nig to Introduce Eureka poultry goods. Eureka Manufacturing Co., Box X 102, Navasota, Texas. C. J. 171 i§¡¿ mi TRAIN SCHEDULE. Pacific. .4 No, 6. « • • * « .« « • « • * •« • • ♦ • • e e-e-*:*.wa m . .. Wm ■•'ewe eee • e ee-e e ewea • • • a • ne;e *e« e e e e•ee« e • • • • e •• • Arrives. ... 1:15 pja. .. 7:00 ajn. . .10:68 p.m. 9:50 a.m. Arrives. 8:15 p.m. E: 53 p jn. ... 6:8£a.m. 8:45 p.m. EISII A Northwestern. Orange 6:20 a. BRB No. *1, It. 8:45 a. No. 1, It, Bona...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 6 October 1903

■mili m in 1 FTERNOON, OCTOBER 6. 1903 «i __1HI fn-\y.tfetiv. ' ' ••*-- ide for old éiÉÉii i m ml ■■ S>w proven by mm- I ThtojU once again that money do- In this savings tank will not rich in a day, but by rea- careful investments and rea- interest (4 per cent) will set comfortable income in the old age when labor is an ef- when money malting ia out of \ question. w *V;- Jr neJ Bank M ■uita against ton mutual itfoirawiat suit oa 7000 acras of county land waa filed at oa three vendor's lien Klng«Crowthcr corpora aBWfejP RatcMff, di- t al. t W, H. date there have been yellow fever at Laredo, yesterday, and five death* ier case appeared at Moa- has been selected for for aged and superannuated ministers. TAbot took the oath of upon his dutlea aa _ _„Jce of the Appellate t Dallas. at to organice rice canal been inaugurated at Hous- cour/a began grinding, for reheartng before the Su- of the Galveston vehicle waa submitted. ■ waa killed te a near the Brazoria county convict farm by havi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 6 October 1903

Ilcatlon. . Sundays Excepted. .twxas, OCT. 6, 1903. IATION TO THE SOUTH. article in the Philadelphia rd, a journal which has been pe- ly friendly to the South, says: "The Southern explanation la that It la the presence of the negroee that iuepa Immigrants away, but there la no great «mount of prejudice against color among the laborers of Europe. Probably it Is the reminiscence of slav- ery—'the fact that manual labor used tt> be, and still la to a considerable ex- - tent, regarded as the occupation of slaves—that send almost the entl ' mass of Immigration to the Northern tea." which the New Orleans Item . *A.V'r , t ' W \ ¥■ It W not the presenco of the negro that has deterred Immigration so much as the fact that In tbe Southern States there are no government lands of any value to be entered by home- steaders. The vast Immigration Into the Western States haB been due to the homestead policy of the govern- ment, Inaugurated by Thomas Benton, a Southern statesman. A donation of 160...

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