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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 20 November 1903

mm mmmtm , ."% "r Wm beg to advise all Sportsmen end 3C? < . Hunters that ' ÉM L. MILLER just received e cer toed et É. Af. <r SHFII S m smw mm wwiiii n 11111 rriwriinn « > i ryw nrm t k« w. sancropt, w. d. bettw, jai. P. ROACH, Vict-Proliant • Csihier. i&'4áth¡i''tSí£Q i > «regular Banking Business. Every accommodation which wkk tale banking will be extended our customers. ORANGE, TEXAS. jüüüijuj iij «> t.t go down to P| liiSsife:- ■B&& fillI ' Orange Hardware and Implement Co. and let them «ell you % Heater ^::.í If yon dont want a beater, buy a Garland Cooking Stove. If yon will do Ike proper thing you will buy a Garland Range—The World's Best. handle line of Buggies and Harness. i:##- T FORGET THE PLACE ■ I | Br ' -fifth street. •«' *Y, í V r ' "• ■mm WmiWiáé; .V SERVICE —. ,|S A >. j ¡SSI ■ f;. i?*? I %í0!iM§m f - ®iS E^U .V - ¿'i Ív.. :r ¡muIM pi il i%5Sf BMM HI GOREE'S The Southward Ticte. "I believe that the younger genera- tion In America will ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 20 November 1903

Ar« iNational ilto " WK«- YOUB BUSINESS 18 y no matter hew large or I AN ELECTRIC ROAD IN SCHEDULE. Continued from Page Arrives. . 4 .. 1:16 p.m. p0. It i ■ ri • * • *:l ••••*•**'*■* ' 7'®^ SSli .10:58 p.m. Mo. 10 «*-• • • • • • • • 9:60 a.m. Westbound— Arrives. No.> ^8:16p.m. No.6 • i... * 6:S8p.m Kb.7 «¡Majm. •to. 9 S:4ip.m. m Orange A Northwoatorn. - No. 81, It. Orange 6:80 a. m., ar. Bona 8:48 a. m. No. 1, It. Buna 1:80 p. m., ar. Or- 8:46 p. m. ■ J. ^ + LOCAL AND PERSONAL. * 11"! 1 i 1 1 1 1"! l l-l-l J.A.Paulhamufi in over from Beau- mont today on business. B. B. Curry has returned from Sour Lake and will have charge of the Orange Purniture company's store in which he holds a large Interest. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Reld are «pend- ing a week In Gibson, Tex., visiting friends. Mr. Held Is transacting some business while there. W. Q. Middleton, recently linotype operator for the Rein Lithographing oompany left last night with Mrs. Middleton for Phoenix, Ariz., where be has accepte...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 21 November 1903

if© riy\ I *' it|v mW#{. mated PRIM. i! m ■fiBr^r" '-^üi -¿'I v. n i i* *-"i- AY , NOVEMBER 21. 1903 NUMBER 21 j^w* weSSBMS'', """" Ji "ti '' a' WtBBffii **$ 53 ' '• *"•' ¡'i ■■IB IP A BfAUTirilL VARIETY '• a gathering here that affords for the moat particular, of three button* In plain white, :ber of pearl, as well as In the bit -colors of pink, ¿lúe, red, vender and grey. Our price per mrt RraHRv." :>, i • • •••• •• • 35c Peco Petticoats Please Particular People This illustrates the very best black mercer ited Petticoat we ever offered at such a price; the Peco label is a guarantee of the shapely cut, reliable materi- al and excellent workmanship; comes in 40, 42 and 44 in length and is generous- ly wide. It's a winner at the Price, 98c ■■ :f$y '■ " ; . —— wis' irts of Towels i . ■■ ■■■ « roen ibdry, Jr., Towel, "the only worth a name," made with which give the friction; hemmed k;each 23c 21 dbsen large cotton Towels; soft fbtish; fringed ends; price each.. 8c Firmly woven cott...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 21 November 1903

the city. ft* i 'áá1 •• *V ■M Largest See our Show —^ LINK BUILDING, FIFTH Mrt W.T. fellu* SOCIAL AND PERSONAL NOTES AND TIMELY TOPICS All communication Intended for tblR department Htioutd be addrewMJt tenia. W. T. Koi.lahd, care the Tribune, and to Insure Insertion In tke current tasuc ubould reach this de k not later than Friday noon. WEEk SOCIETY fairy court. The drawing room' was In white and green—lilies of the valley J and white roses. Here Mrs. Klrhy, Mr¿. Kirby's mother, Mrs. Stewart, and the young daughter of the household re- ceived—three generations being repre- sented. During the afternoon a mes-. Mrs. Aronson Entertains ■« was received from Mr. Klrby. who We failed to secure the names of > ' > New York, regretting his unavold those who so throughly enjoyed the hospitality of Mr. and Mrs. Aronson une evening last week. Those visi- tors from Beaumont who were pres- ent expressed themselves as having spent an exceedingly entertaining evening. able absence, and addin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 21 November 1903

■«■'■III ' _ "■ |w MIMMa BANKRUPT SALE jjl"'',' wgm 1 f# fife : \ f I SB ¿ ,« .1,:" m MBbüh Ita ilf 'Ü 1 mM FULL BLAST—ONL Y A FEW LINES BROKEN ENORMOUS SALES OF THE PAST TWO WEEKS <% , :v|' tfr" 'I á ** .. - REDUCTIONS have been made In all lines which were not right up to the mark, and nowhere else in Orange can you get "your full money's worth" as at this Big Sale. WE HA VE NO COMPETITION ? mm No other house can meet our prices and live. The stock must be sold, and our "absolutely at and below cost" methods are rapidly moving the goods. THE \ ■ m ** E. S. HARRIS, Manager. wwwpwwhhwmwi wrxiwfjfi Republics While You Wait OR, JIU JITSU ON THE MAP AS A DEVELOPMENT OF THE STREN- UOUS DIPLOMACY OF THE WASHINGTON ADMINISTRATION. ;j|| Ciirnf iinfi if fjj Bp Samuel H. Blptbe mw ta.ct h of marine* on a iJiUn It* public * cheat — To, bo. bo. and a bottle of mm. CHAPTER I. Waabiagton. Nov. 11 —"Loeb," president, abruptly, "what la 3¿ "tSoT-"-- president. "Alao the present and future." *tk...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 21 November 1903

I Hatos. Three Moutti- f| M One Month M) rtlHliie Uateh on Application. I Every Afternoon. Suuduv Excepted. rey-— r-rrr~^..=r-rr-,-7Tr-r-Trr; ORANGE, TEXAS, NOV. 21, 1908. RIVERS AND HARBORS BILL. There now seems every problllty that there will be a fight In Congress over the rivers and harbors bill. s When Chairman Bijrton, of the Rivers and Harbors committee, ar- rived from Europe some weeks since he announced his lntentiob of Introduc- ing the usual appropriation bill during this session. Mr. Roosevelt having intimated thai he wished a policy of economy practiced at this session, the administration organs at once set up a howl of protest. Of course Roose- velt wants an economical policy pur- sued. as he feels that such a course would enhance his chances of re-elec- tion. He informed Speaker Cannon of his desire that there be no appropri- ations made except what the adminis- tration considered absolutely sary. The appropriations for rivers and harbors could just as well wait over ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 21 November 1903

IK iH! m /J _ Rp flip ■' r.<nf - i ..>/?#• ffi& wmm '''vV 1 ft , November 23, 24 Table Damask, Towels and Napkins, and and 25 Nothing will be reserved; our entire stock, which is the largest in the city, will be thrown on the market. A We want the room and want it quick, and have decided to force the stock out by the one method that never fails—LOW PRICES. Backed 4 ■/ *(■-'«■■riuinmw* . • . • „ by the Hodges guarantee, JUST AS ADVERTISED. $$$$$$$$$ IF'"' ? BLEACHED DAMASK Lot 331 Paular price 80c Sale price 41 . M 8813 M ■ 4. 85c y " 4 4 41 40c 4 4 44 4i2 44 <« 60c «? 14 D51 << 44 65c -44 44 oer 44 $ 76c «4 171 44 44 00c 44 8812 ■I , «4 14 $1.00 M If 801 44 44 1.26 44 4 4 24c 29c 34c 42c 54c 61c 72c 84c 91c RED TABLE DAMASK Lot 881 Regular price 85c Sale price 27 l 2c «« 1021 " " 25c " •• 21c " 8212 14 " 15c " " 10c TOWELS Lot 151 Regular price 5c each, sale price 4c 7 1 2c " 10c 12 l-2c 15c 25c 50c 161 1812 1101 1101a " 1181-2 •' 1251 44 44 41 <4 14 n II 11 II...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 21 November 1903

MmmMmu MMúi lili the Courtis p of the Bureau of Publicity of the the JRfternoon tribune is Enabled to Turnish ft* Headers With the lug Views of Various Buildings and the Literature Descriptive of them, this Service Will be Continued Until the tribune Headers Gave Become Tamiliar With all the Principal Buildings of the Great Exposition. The Libera] Arta Building Is built at staff. ItH contract price was |475,- 000 and Its builder the Kellermann Contracting company. Although fol- lowing the prevailing style of archi- tecture of the Exposition—the Renais- sance—It adheres very closely ., to classic lines. The long facade, es- pecially, shows a magnificent en- trance, almost Corinthian. Here Is what the architects, Barnett, Haynes & Barnett, say of their structure: "The style of architecture is a se- vere treatment of the French Ren- aissance for the exterior facadcB. In fact, the treatment embodies rather a entrance to the building. feeling of the classic than of the! "On the main ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 21 November 1903

■ : - .will be ai, rendered aavar/ <*ie 8e" i on the plano, whlcb^*1"® hlRh' l>y all, while"' phono- ■erred to Keep ev4*y one 'n * mood. / ^éf^e■hmen^*e",® *erved hostess and he</*,r assistants, remainder v the afternoon by all too /«IcWy for those the delightful aoolal «• ' / between sunrise golden hours, each set minutes. No re- are gone for- only wish that the us heavily laden with many, «my more as lovely. The honrs will .pa* away, hut the spark ling diamonds will leave their hrltll« ancy In the m*nory and the fruits of the labor will witness: "Well done.' Special Notice —No meeting will be % Ü gowns, t way , styllah, and * much used. Black gowns now probably Is iferjr ama with sixty ward offei «ver." And tature may s^mew^re it,W(y'golde y diamonds red They id Ve can oi d>me to White and brown and yellow and brown aré favorite combinations, es- pecially yellow and brown. Indeed, yellow Is coming more and more Into vogue, and is seen in handsome shot «(Iks, In trimmin...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 21 November 1903

;JÉ| i) | •■T- O- a .#& * ^iá ^ jíitfS i s %*- I . I . 114, lit, wíúmí'IWB ws¡mm& ' wM. AN ENDLESS .CsP^fSfsPw :'fe ■. _ _ J?¿v ^S© wmi m^m This Is an Ideal store to Jetsam of the market as bright and crisp as a new WWwmM W^mnwi0¿ SRM M II fj % it > _ II Men's Flannel Shirts 95c Single Breasted Genuine California Blue Flannel, extension neck band, double stitched and filled seams, regru- qa lar $2,50, going at $ls*0 Media Flannel, all latest improvements, stitched with variegated thread,fancy colors, worth twice the amount we ask, $1.82, $1.20, down tó .".. We have a large collection of samples in collar band, work and flannel shirts, assort- ed styles and sizes, the biggest bargain that has ever been put on the market JQ-* in Orange. 65c, 5t>c, down to.... ^©C Men's Natural "Wool Undershirts and Drawers, heavy weight and soft finish, pearl edge silk binding at neck and front, ribbed bottoms and cuffs, going while « ota they last at per suit. !•/V w Overcoats Overcoats...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 23 November 1903

i, w 588 II !'Ár. '1 'Í:' ■,." 1 ■ y,v g. ■■:• 11 . -I . sT ■ . Une of ■R m2i ;PSil! '■■ • ? J[ |M ¿ MKMBCR Or TMK ASSOCIATED PftBSa. . MONDAY AFTERNOON. NOVEMBER 23. 1903 ttootltks l the moat extensive In v-í'tffci we'll store them free of charge. Toys that are useful, substantial and durable are the kind yon should buy for the >LKS. We have the largest line oí réally good toys in Orange. Automobiles, ¡treet Cars, Fire Wagons and Trucks, built of steel and self-propelling. «* %* %4t «* Largest Line of DOLLS to be found. See our Show Window. 1 LINK BUILDING, FIFTH and MAIN STREETS C. A. MacLEOD <$ CO. Millinery and Racket Goods. NUMBER 205 The latest caper Is a steel and wire for Baby We have the only line In Orange. m 'í Í: *mm egY8waTOT g- vmvv arrrrrrm vv a b db'itb bbbbtcip! oto. W. BANCROFT, PfMtdrnt. V' El® w. d. bsttib, vfct-Prtsidcni JAB. P. ROACH, Cashier. The Orange National ffei'l " > Bank •)'! i / t ¡if Transact* a regular Banking Business. Every accommodation w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 23 November 1903

$•! ou 'Three Mouth tl #« a 00 One Month M AdvertIxtlie Kates on Application Issued Every Afternoon. Sundav Excepted. ORANGE, TEXAS, NOV. 23, 1903. fig I ■ WILL THEY "DIVY" THE BOODUET It is intimated from Washington Ant a part of tbe money to be paid to 'Panama under the new treaty should go to Colombia for the pay- ment of ber debts. This, or course, will be a matter tor Panama to de- cide. It would be more honorable for Panama to shoulder her proportion of the national debt of Colombia than to do as did West Virginia, when that state was cut off from Virginia by trickery and violence and repudiate every dollar of the debt of the mother state it is given out from Washington on what seems good authority that the States of Cauca and Antioquoia will join with Panama in forming a new republic of three states. That, each of these states are in a measure moral- ly responsible for their proportion of Colombia's national debt there can be no doubt. What that proportion is can cmfy be sett...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 23 November 1903

cost watttá «— ap me ft* up your overcoat. BORNB. grade cabinet photos MOO per dozen at A. G«to- nM-D 2 mm A. 0. Wataon, ladle*' tailor maker, 720 Front atreet, the Clothe Doctor. «. '' ^ 'V WDfT—A comfortable 11 ve- houae. with bath and «ewer coo- located on comer oí Border Henderson street*. For rant two Apply at court house to W, the Clothe* Doctor, tailoring dying and repairing. Phone VV -.v.-: Wtf on Mra. A. a. Watson 710 Front gee the latest in «well tailored Jackets, sklr* and shirt ' ,,, \ \11 As:like:fn: looks.-as: beasin a ipod::::: are :::: K RÜ& i Chains [and the bestI I all gold onesJ war tell in the Chaina Tiya Rich Outclass imported *má HiafrtBM ! ^^^feufatdSSgg Bm Wuckn. IHaaMOtfe aa4 jewelry, ae« in dc*i«a and Mlk ■ 4s«Uiy. i u<u fat •ne TatetM* ae lections W. P. McFarland mge Works mtVsrtsM, i"Mr Mi-; // Mmé* •! thimt W*rk ■«it mm|m1 Biuokti Mowers, sheet iron (Or mills and VaUéjr for bulMln* , Iron mm. mim , 'cerne i s' Is if* " KwiSK fou stace the meeting ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 23 November 1903

HKM ii'' liv¡' PPPPPWP,, ,™,™ ,Iwi '^Si ENDLESS CHA H,. JWJJL, %\ét Ml Hm This Is an jetsam of the brlghtan ■i; «iliim I ■ PPBPHPH:HT1 Sr . rVT B2f i . HHP Men's Flannel Shirts Single Breasted Genuine California Blue Flannel, extension neck band, doubly stitcbed and filled seams, regu- qa lar $2.50, going at q>lsirO Media Flannel, all latest improvements, stitcbed -with variegated thread,fancy colors, worth twice the amount we ask, $1.82, $1,20, down to. We have a large collection of samples in collar band, work and flannel shirts, assort- ed styles and sizes, the biggest bargain that has ever been put on the market in Orange. 65c, 50c, down to.. .. ^©C Men's Natural Wool Undershirts and Drawers, heavy weight and soft finish, pearl tdge silk binding at neck and front, ribbed bottoms and cuffs, going while they last at per suit . 95c 1.70 tfgf-ita Mw f'-t ,f I liiill * V'.: Él 1 "■ . ¿ pull down Patent storm prot<ftor, going at 00c, «9c, 44c, 39c, down to r '-'i Overcoats Bigge...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 24 November 1903

puis*. ===== IN, N ii#® 24, i (UNO BURCAU —- LJ «I * :*'j" Ü j Éü of Alleged Philippine ■-V Capture, Associated Press. i Manila. No*. 2.4.—Oeaeral csutured a Mora oosltlon In the of <loio, north of Tagilbi on the Instant and destroyed the earthworks they had thrown op thare. frítate Brennan of the 14th Cavalry, was kill ed during the engagement and two privates wounded, one seriously. Lots on Mora side is known to have been | seventy and p^bebty more, as the ground was covered with brush add .hard to find, to General Wood's under- standing this action on the part oí the Moras abrogates the Bates treaty ] ilf I i- ! ÍRUSADE. ¡§s ■j '• V;' rt-'ii1,v.. y-^-% ! If the Win «c I who hak Army work la I My to heads, the army Adjt Cowan sax bearer back to child* •treet Gara Celllde at Beaumont. Special to The Tribune, leaumont, Texas, Nov. M—Daring dense smoke wad lot early this morning two street cars on the Cald- er Avenue line collided with a terrific craah. A motorman was dangerously ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 24 November 1903

, TEXAS, NOV. 24, 1908. A HYACINTH DESTROYEN.J The Lake Charles American In au- tor the statement that the Harvest* Chemical Compounding corn- have discovered an absolutely method of destroying water The aompany has written to Presi- dent Mllllgan, of the Lake Charles hoard of trade and to a number of the lumbermen in Calcasieu parish re la- re to the destruction of the pests Calcasieu river and other streams. The company calls attention to the tact that the government has for a number of yeare been experimenting in an effort to And a method for de- stroying this menace to navigation. According to the statements of the Harvests company, the efficiency of their preparation or process has been absolutely proven; and acting upon the knowledge that a certain means of destruction has been found, the government engineers have recom- mended an appropriation of $50,000 for the eradication of the plant In. the streams of Louisiana and Texas. Commenting editorially on this the Lake Charles Am...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 24 November 1903

Étei ftUHL) -l . 'Ill i fel And for Keneral ™M*" fra ■ double-breast- trim. A Scotch al-flt(lnB !• •trap afld stripped it, as It Is called, the 9Wt. long wit* which am them ths In bam- unburnl hed «liver flit «ñámele reproduced 'W' * ' ■-í'^fW led Deviled Chicken Píllala, •orne alce fillets of chicken • preparation for deviling .: Two gills of Sherry wise. aftltapooa of ntustnrd. aame of «MU popper, a plach of «alt and • tabliiDoon of tmble itucti Litnfcitil """•• In this mixture half an hoar <* % ilm dip la molted batter and over • briek fire till brown and tender. If liked, the chicken can be P«t oa toast, aad the mixture la which It was deviled may he heated and soared over the toast, having a good hit of batter added to it. r psil • ■bMHl *fbg£$S üi Bab oat lak átala with milk. lodlae atalas will In llauld ammonia. the month with aoda water to between the teeth. To dean lamp topa bolla few mln- In aoda aad water. Then the win bnra steady. sine wash thoroughly with water, aád ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 24 November 1903

Il#flp iSff ' £K'V « r' '* <' 'Pi^-iiS^B 'r ¥''f''^{',--<> K%* :.t ■;! '■'.*■ .'i"''.V! ¿■•WW®! fmfy'MB TT_* , : , UT there are very 1 because balance on ea«y monthly payments. your money in something just as safe as you will get the benefit of increase in ' varied a few cents on the dollar in ten y in the pa wo years, and with present prospects wiH Ts there any reason why you can't participate in the property on the terms I offer ? Come and see me h ' ' ¿""i >s ■ • V,- ' •• vWaSpSm " . , \\ ■' " ^ • ■111; vá «¿.¿l&mi It Now ■f ■-V , ■¡■Brawl. Mt | BhssBBSSHS " 'IftWMMSHPww mm v"*7jl^ & '«AK^raS • .7 • • . ■■ mem ■HÜ0 V " ÉÍH' - ♦ — _ ií - ■ Points I *' SECURITY OF FUNDS JH LIBERALITY OF TREATMENT .JH CONSERVATISM OF MANAGEMENT J& Are Worthy They hare ken closely follow** by (he First National Bank itedMBttahe YOUR BUSINESS IS SOLICITES as mailer haw large or hew aanll 1441 111 1111 Mil 1 111 mamam * ji-j >1*1111111111 i mm LOCAL AND PERSONAL. A. PaulhamuH...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 25 November 1903

Éwm mm ímm&é t?&0ért ' ' ============ f ■ ' | | I BSeSSe^ill 25. 1W3 'I I I mm Milpí ' W9K^$ :íi «T ■HMMilLinr JHRRHI i# xWmMíi .... Oí«¡*é Methodist Episcopal , South, was held it the church ,_T_ Tuesday night, wkh Presiding !der i. H. Cochran, In the chair. After religious services, held by Hey. Cochran, the roll «u ««lied and the real business of the conference wa« taken up, Jas, P. Roach wan elected secre- tary. « the reports of the Bpworth league and Sunday school were passed upon the report of the condition* of the wm read end found to be sat la every respect. A large were reported received as of the church by certificate eral removals noted. The financial reporta on various de- partments of the church were ap t¿ fw*"'■ IINK LAKK SHIP WM SK|| ; || < tfiea. ÍUmA dhik-' Mum : AÉtikJút Www. %9fw WriP® fEMk 1 - .gat , ** a aoat at dark *+*+++++++++++ + tpeelal to Oatveaten Newa. 4 + WASHINOTON, O. C. NOV. IB + + —-REPRESENTATIVE COOP- + + M WAS INFORM CO TODAY * + THAT ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 25 November 1903

\ /V WvEv "«0 i on AsipllcatlOft. . Sundays Excepted. i| jwtfj 111 Wmw ataast*.h-r, -./'¡'i'v TEXAS, NOV. 28, 1908. WO PAPER TOMORROW. Ir line with all other bualnes ions of the city the Tribune will observe Thanksgiving Day tomorrow, hence no paper will be published, subscriben! will please take notice, so they will understand. why no paper oomes to them tomorrow evening. ' ' w:m $£ SPREAD OF THE EAGLE'S WINGS. The Great American Eagle Is pre- paring to take under the protection of his ample wings three more states and they are not within the boundaries of the old United States, either." The announcement that more states would be taken into the Union might be construed by some to mean that Oklahoma, whose population and wealth far exceeds that of the New England states, might be one of them, or that New Mexico and Ari- zona, with their wonderfully produc- tive soils which irrigation Ih now fully developing, arc to be admlted to state- hood. Nay. nay. The three npw states which now ...

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