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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 6 October 1903

mnt farm iu of the rail constantl ke , for exam til tbe regular order to WR VHMVMf II i'l II ' % V |> m Stable Job wor to. All work ICCCKEAM ' • V, •fail M ■ it ■ vn:!' ngbur ofmanvthousai ly, in théjkerpara ton goods, and the lly reaching the ch la even la rough the pie onfectlOnery or soda ordinary ear of corn industrial powl ncluding corncob and vulcanised rubber for libraries and public many 0f which have eveloped only during the decades. On their com tbe total value of ts ha* been recently . .. by the formation of a highly capitalised combination of corn product interests, while, on the theoretical side, tbe subject form an important field of study in theoretical laboratories. Important as are the by pro- ducía obtained from corn, the ultimate products of tbe corn kernel, starch and glucose are by far toe most important. É e, a thick, colorless Is indeed very generally .and has a very ill-deserv popular reputation as an ad As a matter of fact, broadly speaking, an X at all, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 6 October 1903

. ,,«e5¡3íB9flfllHI —w ¡BSD w<aattiMS Arrives. • • • * «-* *'*;>*• • ««■•*-♦'••< '• ♦W' 1:16 pjn. .,. 7:0® aan. ^'eoe'e.e «; **«;* e'*><«'*> • • ..,.10:58 p.m. 9:60 a.m. Btbound—• Arrlvea. e e e • • e e e e e • •'•.«' • • • « • 8:15 pan. >. 8 •-•*«5:68 p.m. * 1 8:86 A.m. 8:48 p.m. JpaBjpw^Ss® , • • • • • • « • •• 21, It. Orange 6:30 8:88 a. m. . L It. Bona 1:80 p. 8:48 p. m. ., ar. Or- ami Personal. J ¡f Cabinet Photos 81.60 dot. Gunstream. SS&S m those who attended the "Soldier of Fortune" at the Kyle Thea- tre In Beaumont were Day Seastrunk, Jack Davidson, Percy Bland and Ed TOM a, a knight of the grip, here from Beaumont today doing with the Orange merchants. W. A. Ward, a prominent Beaumont capitalist, Is here today on business. Mr. Ward has large rice interests in this comity. I have over 200 Residence Lota for in different parts of the city. Prices range from 8100 to $350. Bee me if yon want *lot. 6. E. DEMPSEY. Hon. Rebel L. Robertson returned morning...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 7 October 1903

m w.. :r 'i ■ - ll'iliMll MMMMMMI industry we thrive thrift we provide fot oíd lomely saving proven by han- i of years of experience. Th It la - y once again that money do- tted in thie mrlnKt bank will not yon rich in a day, bnt by rea- son of -careful Investments and réa- sonable Interest (4 per cent) will net yon a comfortable income in the day* of old a«e when labor ia an ef- fort, when money making' it ont of * question. M y ^ leitiori&J Btvnk O It A NO e "vi 7 ess ó>. : Last & — .mmmm O'Neill, the young man la the St morning, the heart. Mr, R«<lnir i and a good talker, ha with women in ) get away with a lot i an Indiana poll* house traveling. At that the nana of Ja0k is said to ha ha went by the r. and by that In Indianapolis to- torn ha had la that city knew but it ia probable left that city under ha MM bar who he waa and from. The young wo- to the last, and sha (hfulness to him after i Joat his good name by pawning í to make good the hortage ia his IsrtM' EriMI...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 7 October 1903

rfw ■ *« m 'm ■ • '•; fa-:.. ><r ' • 8 . í OCT. 7. 1M HOWLER IS ABROAD. Hf , * , oiy of "Harfl Time " has been , in the Brat, and has sounded i Into the West with dolorous and wail. i¡oii seem to tiiluk prove* them possessed of a deeper I the average Insight into the flftan- and industrial condition of the atry when they bow] long and loud, té people do so lote to groan Hard Times colic is the worst and spreads with wild con tag- It gives us the stomach ache to ¡tífti to the words of woe fro-n " ••• escape valve of the blue and mildewed ;. pessimist.. .. I' Spit It out, rinse your mouth, brace up, be a man Gei.rge Gould f«yr, and he, if any- body, ought to ltnow, that business conditions throughout the country, and more particularly In the West and Southwest, were -never more favora- ble than at present; there Ib absolute- ly no Justification for the pessimistic wave that now engulfs Wall street; that in the course of time the general prosperity of the country at large must ha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 7 October 1903

v' ?■,. mm. It's ma. ^HtH.uUPÍím sl*hT kjgjH I sir- n!-t<> roil *tn Ann. rrn, it my MOM, i'vs tot M TB. i my mMI yw , fw.1 you ¡ . : "fOl «" «upernuou thera, to flout mo thus: «gWpWpap $¿¡ «uperrtuoua. j|^SEip$$j( ■ bo down OHHWH much— I >lv« ofTenaa— ' * If I'm spcaklnr Dutch, it la not aonaa. you—I * pareh— you're down on mal MHMMk Tie Utt* feller. Jy AWSft r<trr Hunt nr. m, b Tha Aalhor. Pab. On. mmmrnmmmmmmmmmtuJf ¿Vi-, I I Water Heating Jfob work to. All IT-. % rorw. tí the "light that wi« én or ms" stormed a human face It «lorlflod the one that lay before her on the Dittow. Great dark eyes of tyt lar color ao seldom seen, violet, deepest rlolet, wonderful «yea like two <le«p walla; one could look añd look and yet not fathom their deptha; brown hair pushed hack from a broad wlilta brow. Rrary voatlge of tin and earthly droaa washed free ffom the small, perfect features by physio*! Sida. Circumstances and environment him a street gamin. Ood made beautiful. had ent...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 7 October 1903

fa:.::-.. CartfrtMO •« i ' WOMi k>'4 .............,.,,,., 1:16 pjB. 6 ' r > > ■ • ■ I ■ « I > i ?!00 • • • • * ••••♦.■• •:« « s '«<« m • 10:58 p.m. U 10 t • • f f « 4 «•* :* * • •; i" , ® ! 50 a.xd. stbound— Anfrts. *: W p.m. 6:53 pjn. Ho. 1 ... • • !••• •• .«¿u k-:, p1' . g., • eae* * e- *-a fi fto' .ftii ■ v;1 •r- m - 6:86 a.m. 8:46 p.m. 1Ü * •' \ Orange A Northwestern. No. 21, It. Orange 6<30 a. m., or. (una 8:45 a. m. No. 1, It. Boom 1:80 p. m., a*. Or- 8:45 p. xn. m | Local and Personal. | 999'999999999999W Cabinet Photoa $1.50 dos. Gunstream. Geo. Adama, a prominent Beaumont capitalist, la here today on business. ~~~~ i I have over 200 Residence Lota for sale, in different parts of the city. Prices range from 8100 to 8350. See me If you want a lot S. E. DEMPSEY. Albert Pearsall came In last night from Terry on business. O. H. Stephenson, of Deweyville, came down today for -a back to be nsed in the livery business of Steph- enson A Son at that plac* Sir. Steph...

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

iijii.i.Bfl.j Wmmn MKMB j¿: THfe ASSOCIATED Mili. ZZ, ■■„,,•, ,.., ■w.rTTT,., — SS&^'fc i|S' ¿Mr 'M#/i MWVSJKKÍ .«•>*.•""•. •r*t\'®'.'fl|v^i :.*•-• v. -i*!(iáww tfcKW!j?. .-MMK'n '.¡ww ^ílsfSSiWffll i«ii i'nuiwmiii. iitfiawiiiiip; muí i ¿-'- ■■ thrive we provide for old lag proven by hun- of experience. This la that money de- i. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. OCTOBER 8. 1903 . Jf^!l. __ ' IfWmF^* mmm — 1 In this sarin** bank will not on rich In a day, but by rsa- ■nd rea- (4 per oent) will net income in mm ' old age when labor la an ef- money nuking ia oat of loa. iff'' „ W-\ .!i Pt ^ ^ I'll I" i mi} <|> relate to the evacuation < 4. the future of Corea. 1 I 1HI 1 11 1 I 111 ' v, '/ mi , October 7.—VYoai the a by Mayor Thomai council meetlag to tluit the policy of Hto: i aad MMHHÜ -H be would freely ap- thet If the wore moaay while ia It would be over hie M the that they with a ML m, . ■ *■ ■ *- ■- ¿ tw report Of uw < m ««* of «he paving Anm? by ft W HH br tte hfti icontnNi ...

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

itiri ==aa= , OCT. 1, 1903. HOODLUM AND THE REMEDY. ib we of all klnQs except There never was a hoodlum vu any account to himself or to else. A hoodlum Is a public popular misfortune—and able to must be made, petty Jealousies laid aside and the burden- bearing shared. The question of the moment now to us is not so much "Who Is to blame tor past failures?" as "May we not NOW unite tor the work of the future?" DO IT NOW. 'in.. „«« «I II EDITORIAL CLEARING MOUSE 1"X. 1"1" It Is claimed two million dollars worth of canned tomatoes are Import . . _14.. __ ed Into TexaB each year. This Is Just is always with us like an Ingrowing^ ^^ thftt Bhould remftta nail. Every community haB Its ,n Texan—Gonzales Inquirer. p. jBwudlums. They naturally flock toi More than that-much more. Many the cities? but the country furnishes j¿,mes that amount would be SAVBD a never falling supply. In Orange you to the sut€ ,f wc lia(, the facttorles 'Will see him going down the street or Idling on the corner maki...

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

f ¥<; ;i ."■ y-V; m sfe $mk ■ ■mu if ~rrr WW éíP;:^: HraPrei >. * • «iii proved that the suppoued to Ins e prison ussian |;s news letter addressed to or justice, in which he ble light upon the In thti most tnyBter- and dreaded Of Russian State prls August, 1884, political offend- re^arded by the Rus- t as belonging to the category were confln- fortrees or St. Peter and on the bank at the Neva, in burg, either In the Trutoets- bastion or in another Isolated build- f known as the Alesetevsky Ravel- 4 ' ' f? The chl« r warders live In almost equally close confinement within these iTB. precincts, being seldom allowed to go out, and they received their orders direct trom the chief or secret police. OT thegovernor and of- the AMrtresi. The isolation of condemned to, these appeared to be com certain Neaecheff, after , • detention, contrived to es- relations with the outside —.— ICE CUAN this was discovered some ot were sent to Siberia, executed and the fa ro- of 8chlui.aetbnrg, on a ...

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

> 6SSH m William L 1 BUSINESS tS SOLICITED. CarcMud w Iflwrsl M CHMM wltb -AkMtartr | < SCHEDULE. Southern Pacific. NO. «.. I bare 30 choice lots la tbe colored part oí town, tor sale at from WOO to 1180. Now is the chance for color- ed men to get a home. S. E. DBMPSE*. Antra*. 1:115 p.m. • ••••■•«*• r ♦ « >•• * ♦ 7:00 &.ITL ' : s *"e s • e's aséeteos* e 10:61p.m. 1 Mr. B. F. Spooner and family have HMO. ... 9:50 a.m. disposed of their home to Mr. E. E. "Westbound— Arrives.; Emigh, and are shipping their house- No. 8 8:15 p.m. hold goodB today to Lake Arthur, La., Mo. 5 6:58p.m.j where Mr. Spooner, with his.son Al- .7 6:86a.m. Ion, have large lumber Interests. This stroflt last night «* : !■ §■ . monary pneumonia gftor an lllnew of; eleve days. Mr. MoCleUan was and raised In Orange and was for many j H years valued employe at the Lutoh- trust. Try er (jk':w0^aonipany's planet. He has repairing, been with the Klrby Lumber company here as siserman tor several months. j W ...

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

riW-Sñ lis m_ ring proven by ' experience. This i that money de- SavillKS bank will not in a day, but by rea- .aveatmenta and rea- (4 per oetat) will 1* ■ when later i« alt ef- money making i oat of .. ^ — A.t I Ml. '* ¡ ¡ . lívVt ' ■ i^-i ''' Minentton. . ^ K>'\; í|V;í! .y-1,-" J PRESS- aff5 lilf 9, 1903 i, m houses In that vicinity. . ' Vfcs M« ■ Shooting iBy Associated Pi$mf, .. .JBBM. New York, October Attar twenty-four Hours of hard rain that New York Oily and adjacent country Buffered today, the country is vary badly flooded. Over tlx inches of rainfall la reported aad the downpour contin- ues. This is believed to be the raoord fall. Matiy trolley lines and railroads are crippled and in New York City a conduit coataininc seventy telegraph wires was flooded mak- ing the lines useless. The water is high in the river Bronx, damaging all of the packing New York Central yards are under twelve feat of water. Their watchmas was reseñad from the top of a freight car. From all parta...

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

iTlTs *S«"«aí) pSI ' U¡ Oct. a, question of the hour: 1 get that overcoat?" "When SSsraSra The members of the Orange Rifles not yet divulged what disposition made with all that money. dollars and ninety cents all at itime. '■■■iíijtóSt*;'' ?'! ?:;L ■ v 1 ' .«il Í In. "L MA«*ali>l , una -nan a powerrui Russia, on the and i Russian war footlnsr is soual to one-half the entire papulation of Jap- an. Russia could practically overrun the little country with troops. But the Japanese want to fight. They have been spoiling for a fight quite awhile. They may possibly get more than they bargain for. If we are wise we shall not forget a good word for Orange is a good d for ourselves. If you don't want anything help your neighbor to get what he wants. ■E '" — - It Is the strangest thing on earth to us that the property t/wner who com- plain s of hard times and talks down his community cannot see that he is injuring his own property. What cus- p sed fools some people can be without r intendin...

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

Ir <-■ j *g¡P*j — :r une. FROM ' \ Hotel to Port Vernon (tlMOil Roftnery.) _ . íuSf^STp. í A 111. to ^ m TONY HAVCLOT EftTtON * BRUCE >TTORN«V§ M-A flhfeaaá AalftAI • • P^raiWrT ■UliWRW . íi OHMIOS mu W. é. WINGATB. ATT0KN1Y-AT-LAW. «mtMkfaUI. HM,kr Tb Author. P«b Stable mm iven. Job work to. AH work L flk BATCHELOR, ORANGE. TEXAS forks. É ■M 1 ICC CtBAM ila^inthe T DHnks> H. 0. CARNES, ! 'SíW CURRY A SON, MtAMCE. TIXA3. Th*t «t>mM wllH ) ' . ri v l, M. J i.™ iff ffiM w Mfcv% «ulck Wsjf frtilt of Mitts «wwH oblation. ■ JHfo Aó *1 her chMki |t* I «*r fatrUk murt ¿v h grace* thty endow* * watítafcat •miles Uva on. and. bata* jturt, ■H 1 >ww •"««£ ¿j% >y Fftrrwll <lr «n* In the ke*Dtr, Jtina House- V* 1 . MXWÍ|í®(i: : ■'* ¡lilfli in. i# Wdrtt "It ws Just ten yearn a bo this autnmer- I waun t on the roa<l then. Tqd Rocera and I worked for Waa Ctttt 4 Wuun «t M—. Me and aomt ot IkS other fellow* used to go oat s Saturday night; to Hawk Luke, to t«h. flirt, and tak...

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

HMBVIV r due Iihh deities. I «SB Mpmmb I ¡©¡fe ®pBK HMnUkmi •< ^ I wTÉ «M AInMt SCHEDULE. Eastbound— Arrives. f ♦ • ♦ • • • •• • 1:15 p.®. 7:00 a.m. 10:68 p.m. wo.io a«««<*«<r«"é9i*60&.m. Westbound— Arrives. * Í ♦ e • e • *eVs >•♦ * 8:15 p.m. Jto.& 5:53 p.m. o.9 iHMlBj&j w%v-.v: . Hmi _ • *'• • *•'«.« e - 8:4S p.m. A North weetern. No. II, lv. Orange 6:30 a. m., sr. S:4K no. 1, It. Ban 1:30 p. m., ar. Or- v; fi —W«;« P. * Local and Personal. Photos $1.50 dot. Ounstream. 18al Billmas is very sick. George Johnson, McLean £ Curry's popular head clerk, is on the sick today. I can Hz 'em up and .dye clothes, i, the Clothes Docttor, Telephone 71. tf Mrs. Charles W~Hole Is in Lake spending a few days with rel- Maurice Miller, who has been carry- ing his hand In a sling for the past -week on account of a bad bone felon, . tells us his hand is much better. H,!;, ■Remember J.H.Peveto for house wir. , fag, repairing and electrical supplies. i* D. G. Petty, accompanied b...

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

i:te;^;:'í }$'/. .V..: ■ )^|' * IB OF THE ASSOCIATED 1**99 W&mZWySFW, ■'■■p )AY AFTERNOON. OCTOBER 10. 1903 • : ■ ■•1'" : " "i',1 *" ■.■" m Í'Í.Í;VM '■'V .''-A 7 Sg#Sá¡ m wmmm : 1 , ' z m ■ ,* fé « "IT." On Monday tn oí these Waists, black vertical Ik"!* A assurance of perfect 182 to 41 The values are easily i the bargain counter 79c A RT IT CITI T Tiur Auhm* 3&1/L4Í1U . uf;v3s ;vv ■ - mmmmm WhM:, ua.s nade, showing rich effect* in fancy silk V the Fall line of Infants' Silk Caps afford* a to suit every taste. As usual with us, special ''Vv «£#: 1 ■ - , 'ifc'.ft' lot in three styles, sises 12 to 17; worth J and 35cí our prict ifc .% *•> # * * ♦ # #*■*«•' * • * • v* ♦ * < u \ '<* . . ^riL^-' A. , v...vVi,. ,., ""'"Wc t frequently sells at fl.25 to $1.50; price . . " 11 . '? ¿ y flwl ES® Si* Ssiy) [am Plain or Fancy. , _■ dozen ladies' or misses' Handkerchiefs in a Some are plain linen hemstitched; or fancy embroidered handkerchiefs. ■ 8c, 10c and 12fc. Yon the bunch ...

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

attonktbc watt to Insure insertion la later than Kriday noon. \AV& * ll Ww$8m aresí spending three months with Mtetivew «ad friends In different ec- of North Texas, Miss Dore Sun: to «gain at home. Call an Dr. G. Sturm, opulctan, at W ral ,§ . McFarland' jewelry atore tor your eye glasses and spectacles prop- fitted. He has pleased many who HP «ry havi e never been pleased«before i,| Mettippu " t here and there. After the simple hut Joseph Lucas touching ceremony had been perform- Honor to be given In the Crescent eá- th« contracting parties and the and meeting' "datives and friends present adjourn- ed to the dining room where d lnty re- freshments awaited them. The young couple received a num- ber of pretty present*. Miss McOuire is one of Orange's many sweet girls and was reared and educated In Or- ange. Mr. Sexton Is a bright and en- ergetic business moa and well thought of by all who know him. The Tribune joins their numerous friends In wish- ing the young people many years ...

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

pimmi BS® miSfcisSm áisSSfcpte ■m /;., r i;, Va ,•■'■ . . * ■■'**• " :f. ' ••'•<•;iw| 1 ' '/•' .« « • '•-, , wwwbraftí iíVv 'Jw.í •' f®a| «R jgfp m • - ? # 1$ fefjflfe fetá'" V Jr *?S| fÜPH ill ___ .j southern éitr— lb Bcribner's. llr imt Of rt H^v.:,' i Dk M roH— if KSii immi 1^0^tidÍH ftt*0 who «• t ur* iiwL ■;.77T>,^Wili A# «onhnil ! •■ :¿ ':■■■'■ v . nv|7iiuuri) Ww ot towjujr W* Twsnty-fourth Jamper in thtr I Jumitod • oí t*e *Mwl wm. At New Mar «. 1 «4. (•but what he th* left vltg of John- •tc. Hud struck. „ riHt «tif ai tita Um kmt to i Pumpkin Vine " "it vh lot Is Ut* llr M x found out. twit was ready for biwtoat . *4 dm* tha tel£ work , «bare Walker* but until the two M. The bri- ef i riiifM reek at ft tell to ton* of tbt bor* wide. f o tbt feat wtte, umyot mj lltc. mfa s. Those who dldn t , but I went aeran tifo. Before I brought f and fell, head nr«t. right at mf bee! bit notket and •end^ : .• Bat 1 kept '"Sí, t he : WW If11 f,"lt 11 W, ■ bemud tree .„• "I, (WW 11(1 ...

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

Mi i .. j - -. ■ ■ - ■ T""™' on Application. r,rwirvr ■ I-—vy ,. give the Tribuu. ers your trade. Not because you us, but because they have the best ttnd we are to olter you for your money, and cause It Is right tor the people of-Or- Í, TEXAS, OCT. 10,1903. SS9 HOODLUM ABROAD. fiur as Now Orleans ta concerned whole city ought to be ashamed of tor permitting Buoh an ontrag- condltlon of affairs. But read the wing from the Times-Democrat and say If you think the hoodlum any- where deserves anything more delicate than a cowhide: At eight o'clock last night there oc- curred an exhibition of rowdyism be- tween Lee Circle and Calliope street as Is seldom witnessed in this olty. Two young girls, aged thirteen and fourteen years, living on Milan street, were set upon by forty or fifty street gamins who congregate around the .circle In the evening, who pursued them a block, tearing their clothes and lnBUltlng them with such epithets as are the common vocabulary of the street rat. Terrified a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 10 October 1903

tpapa:-: m? ':i Mf. km •4M > « üm mmM MI $ mMmH^ life* ot Canned and TABLE DBTC v We bare just ppldyf'ApricoU, t, Pie Pumpkin, Hominy, Okra and Tomatoej||p*anB, Tomatoes, Bartlett Pears And other canned numerous other palate-ticklers. Our Jama surpass anything in the city in sweetness high gradé. Canned and Sauces to rait the moat fastidious Ition w« make a specialty of Paoklng- Producto, Country Produce, Fine Oigan and Tobaoooa Give tu a triad order and become MM 1 Pattillo. mm m of the Doll. Mm« of th* (an, front irfatMi '■ ■' '• • , ' ' ' , la ta* amm of th« I' .n ta CM fwwrt of th* Do . la (nvn of br* 1*4 la «ahroM'ry «Ind. of the ffelHtotl. Ik* fH*t «T tha Doll, 'twould b*. 'a*atJi an al- iad perfuma to toll. aorta*, with Ha wind pmlaa of U oU-doll- ¡T of the OoD! a aa pink aa a and Mot!, r ta* ptaa of tb* folk la f«*M, llttl*#DolI- for yeÉr faaat, little poll. 10 00 anapenaeu jun low the tadcet of the bathtub, ■treagtben your hanging bar* by two diagonal pieoes. A, Pig <...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 10 October 1903

J nfn He had or ciffar- I he did not any kind of | exactly $120 through scol- y of bis arri- lor his tuition, half of the re- w had to be spent He' bad noticed in window of a house near, the a card with "Booms to printed on it.' He went to the house, after be had d his tuition, and when the Who had the rooms answered a ring, he asked her if there'! was anything he could do in or around her house that would | ay for the rent of her smallest room. "Why yes," she said at ©nee, attracted by the younjr fellow's manly bearing; "I want some one to wash windows and clean rugs once a week, and before-long Í shall need some one to look after my furnace." "Would you let me do those things in return for a room in your bouse? I am about toenter the college as a student, and I must earn my room rent in some way. I am not above washing windows and cleaning rugs and taking care of a furnace, and I Will do the work well." He was en a small bedroom, and thus question of the room rent was settled. The...

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