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

Z2fe &■■■ ..-.i , :.'r=' • Con- Ovef I Wgr-ffjl ■ II WrilMBH^'V WÉ'"' *T m ' .1- TB '7"* t j&K , 1 S3DI Clot ■ü 1 ¡s^^mSsspl IBM ,, . Mee ¿¡ÉL the «ong and (h« , t mirs repairing. 1 A O. Watson 7JO i the latest in swell skirts and r.~A comfortable five-room house, with bath and sewer For feat two month , to- «ornar of Henderson MMt Apply at court house f I 11 * ■ TO BUY a (toot! milch tor cosh C. J. TATOM. at ! Mi i-M S4 tf Pay No Attention to the attractions oí low prices unless] th* quality of the good* prows that th«jr an indeed cb*ap. That la tí only trae cheap ''« 1 eft described as rkoiti,". VW-f it's relgftt dflve away. *nd notliin* to of y.'iiwrdsyT i''i-.t. v'„ : . -—aínas deign sfa i Uushins, iovlnir Is : * w"ist we ask In vain- he «onus Of jrcsto-d -yl in New Tfoth H'raid. An Expert men! Was mi It I Know Dobbins, In ." ■ j$s The next day the Tilling a newspaper * . „« — «'.feels of the university town. Prof. "!*• in* bought one. In griftt head- iftes he Saw it ann...

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

* " mw: ' ■H * i * ' I ifcfi * : SIS "'.: ' ",'.r' iy^ussB >, Í|!®¿^S:íVÍ ;'" • f *>•" L :. " v,i. . lifiM i ' Tí - . «8? "i : ; áii wl ¡wém í o\ mm?1 V J®. UT there are very lew people who or the government keep" the bonds. ÉjÉíiÉIÉliijÉlMÉlHIliíiiíj^^MdlMriMÉHiÉÉI1 ' ■! ' I M " ' * lit. Vr. because 1 will sell you choice residence balance on easy monthly payments, your money in something just as safe you will get the benefit of increase in varied a tew cents on the dollar in ten j , in the pawo years, and with present prospects " there any reason why you can't participate in Property on the terms 1 offer ? Come and see me . ■■ . " ' %& 2IS3 tei • L ' <■ -"v*V 'c RMRom / Do It Now •• vrV:' •' iéj sifei • •• , \ <* H '''SfSSsS mmm ■, ' J i N v ■~ It . M'' '%.r Í|y<;-: •a w & Is?- ■ ■jiil ''<#■ ■ _• vS&W PHHMH mvEEKI is *• f'm ■■'«IRIIRR These Points HT SECURITY OF FUNDS «Jg| HT LIBERALITY OF TREATMENT JE ET CONSERVATISM OF MANAGEMENT Are Worthy cloeely ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 27 November 1903

<>íí WK tATKD ra OON, NOVEMBER 27. 1903 -í;1 ": í: '? ALL or THE BUSINESS HOUSES IN THE CITY CL08ED. 0 PHtidtKt -mtm UMIOH SERVICES WERE HELD •W&Sfc'm ;achers' Institute * > Held at the Orange High School BuHdtag ta the City of-Orange 00 r> November ¿8, 1903, 9:00 A. M., Under the Supervision of County Judge W. j, — Wingate, assisted by Prof. S. B. Foster, S t Supt. of Orange High Schools. .MI Mol lie Gaplfnger. 1 Mise Allle Bland. .... Misa fiiwfffif Baker. ....Mia* Myrtle Klbbe. ....Miss Lottie Smith. .Mrs. B. S. Murrelle. .Prof. W. L. Yanoey. . .MIm Viva Slaughter. .....MIm Annie Rach. il' :'t■ 5 .jL'i.' ■$#" • ... .Mian Pearl Johnson. Mrs. ■. 0. Latchem, is at 9:00 A. M. The Public is Cor- Invited to Attend. f OUN CLUB BHOOT. Bad Weather Lowers the Score Con- siderably. of the (Hinge Ouu out to their grounds In two mllen from town, afternoon, despite the bad held the shoot s* an- mm. PROGRAM ♦ * 4*#',* * * • *•«,« • . « ' • ' f ;r. « * LaVs hi Teaching, and Metho...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 27 November 1903

'3ISB i , lili TEXAS, 'WOV. 27, 1903. MMMM, PANAMA. indebted to the Memphis certain Information regard- 1 new republic—'providing It ha become a kingdom of an empire this time—of Panama. ^Thls infor- which the News Sippantly Brizes as "dope" 1b thus set i The principal products of Panama are revolutionist? and yellow fever. It raime a good mCmjr bananas and a great deal of hades. Its people are all colons, except white, and the pricipal occupation 1b dodging work. The only thing that runB In Panama to the railroad time. Everything else creeps through the jungles as beat it can. The only country roads are mule paths, and they start from nowhere. and end nowhere. Their only river is called the River of Death. Their elevated land is a mere back- bone—about the only thing In the country that baa a backbone, and it Boj—a , to have been put there chiefly for the purpose of pre- venting the Atlantic ocean from get- on too familiar terms with the also affords the enterprising na- and the Fr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 27 November 1903

wm ito WOM, M wmmim course, the ■■ al Layer. He i to end at one stroke Ameri- to the Philippines. U Ito who had saved ra> life course wanted. the «farm, parties ins, pr«- to double and d lay up some- you would a Jacob's to climb to inde today for large lllua* free and mention lÉS had A neat little map of Orange J will be found for sale at The Rein Lltho. Co. V'i'm ■ • i ■ « !*-* | I with ÚNMÉ lo- i«>ply at court house U [iaá ml*, caiighl and slaw rec- leaa >'*• . C. J? m:wW0W< •' ■ " ¿JÉ '¿M Í'' ffefffjfflf The worst of sSm.i> In Blood), Wl that know : the Philippine d had Aguinaldo beat i whan tt cames to devil* e and ' villainous ' In- escaped me time and time my great and Juttlfiible sor* Sangre comand- 4000 men. he dared not The follow hail sense. .rest, except In so far is concerned, I refer you ch tolls bow I captured aangre's camp, ammunition, and tplnos' Anal «or- ín my report to the govern- ment of the whole matter I gave due credit to Joanito, but, somehow o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 27 November 1903

«RiSPl-l KaaS ■■■ '. 1 .v bo malta* lifiy 1 Nnnmiim . AND PEN80NAL. all returned from Houston '""" ' luid Misa Etta Millar from Houston. Bland returned last night t B. Turley returned to lito work at 'i this morning. Arch McNeil and son returned from. Carnival last night. B -T-'- --Ir of Lemonvllle. upent " ^ _ day In Orange. ■ i*. DaVls came over freim Beau- thls morning on business. Harmon was at Echo yester- r afternoon on a sight-seeing trip. •• .'V • . ™'3-. P. L. Ferguson and son Law- I yesterday from Houston. Kftvi'i '* '• f-.'?! -fii- J - / jyl T. Oruhbs and John Griffith last night from a business Antonio.^ iller and family returned from attendance on the li HniMtnn ClWUDWUi ■pent two days in the Carnival and |->yt« mmmm " I ™ Flelg spent yesterday at ristting friends and attending '■ court. pvlprs. Ney L. Oreen and turned last night ftom Houston 'i they attended the relatives. Í last night. Williamson, of LemonvlUe, yesterday in Orange with his Phillips and Frank Pfelff...

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

. 2IATCD —— IOON. NOVEMBER 28. 1903 m :¿t#; * pJHs's^' ' Vt.TMDAY EVEN.NO MMM "KIMV." EKING INVESTI MUI Wt for Cow Bayou, the «lee Farm*. point or their visit ward adkod about new Industry of manufacturing a from yellow pine Ooodell andiBuperIn- explained the various it oonaectod with tie of the party of visitor* plea oí paper;' k fi boarded the pretty steam- for Cow Bayou, when they insight loto the methods ltiea of the rice industry tlon. They will go from Beaumont, where they will on Mr. Hurt's private ear* tot Galveston and other Texas Ifp ip «V' excursion party man from Ohio, Illinois. Iowa and other states, of them are seeking new ho men. Held* tor Investment, and with such superior advantages Orange count v Ih>. party of bomeseekers night from Beaumont on the "Klrby " They Intended to 0#w Bayou rica farm yas> I wller* got aad delayed the boat ao to tai' Oran twforé coin* to^tiUto . It did not take the vlsi party In charge of Mr B D. tor* ton* to d,"cov#r th* WO^ful i MM...

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

vfv' • I1HHM MM ¡asi ® ti-ílií v; ' prices ai a ss ■ ■ n esa m irllntai 'hum on every «rucie yei Everything must go, as we have ,v*'"iV1"'1 ' v '¿,,'í.V' ^ ■ • 7 -* our entire le^Pf ; I;" 1 fe :?!' V /, ,* /tí ; ■M'J V v.. r. •y^ ■'■ i wjfT3EZ I ,1 Jr QP**T BROS.. Proprietors tin ' *; NfeWiW*$ to founded on the true God. Our God ** Mh W. T. hlliri mew mom mo touched this understood God. We our rtflgloci, but wo have a. mediator, ornan' heart and she She not have a Christ In and she •tween the great mediator whites Indians. SOCIAL AND PERSONAL NOTES AND TIMELY TOPICS m All communication* Intended for thlii department should be addressee, to Man. W T. 1-oi.uhu, care the Tribune, and to lnaure insertion In the current Issue should reach this desk not later than Friday nson. t'jfWil SOCIETY and Concert. ooacert in the Holland parlors benefit of the Civic club, evening lost, proved to be ' their rare musical treats which ne remembers' with pleasure. > parlors were filled to their capa...

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

' WM rl<'<- M 1 ' Vvv¿ ■ umvy^u^:,;$£■$ ' few msimh - ■ .....,■ • ,•%; HZ&JLUI V; V J A ¿UJ- * Ui ¿*1-1' Wi^r 1 Ac ,?¿>W';iiyvp. .v- .,. W y ••• " i;:. i*-" mmmtumt %mm •■: Ms ■ i * i ; si ^^Ihpéséí (SSI* ViST |:g|„ EPMK * >1 ír/..-í'.í' ■^^■otJKm^SbMBÍ Al3 f ¡TmEMj aJÉKÉftl V , I i3 w i! 111 V f *3 'A *3 t *T 1 Houston stores had some ''!'iy%'t¡t: '■ i\'í^ ,-.: ' •.'■ ' • ■ ••■.'* %^w^i',aH^W8flWí'' ■"• ■'•' V • • 0':V ''"' ■ ■■ *•} ,"'" layed. $ If you priced them you ier accaMUagJA value than $$$$$$$$ the MERCANTILE big stores hav? failed to meet our prices on SEASONABLE HIGH QUALITY IE. X The big sale is still on and further price reductions have been made m Just for a feeler we offer until Wednesday next 34 LADIES' SUITS at 20 per cent, discount from OCtUOl first COSt Tempting price reductions in other lines mm w EVERY DAY IS A BARGAIN DAY AT ■ I E. S. HARRIS Manager +++++++++ FAIR POINTER!. 4> '♦ + + + + + + + + ' for the blind and wu tM years t w:c?v v' ¿ZZ...

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

L 1 I 1 k fflm *1XA8. NOV. 28, 1903. > \ ' ■ L. NIÍIQÜISHEO visitors coming people of Orange aa a whole be delighted to leara that Col. John T. Patrick, chief industrial agent of the Seaboard Air One Rail* way, has consented to address the pi: bite of this city on next Tuesday evening In the parlors of the Holland hotel, under the auspices of the Ladles Civic Club an<l the Orange Progressive League. Col. Patrick is one of the best known experts la the Industrial world that has ever visited this sec- tlon of the South, and it Is with genuine pleasure that we are able to! announce that he will be with us. He is at present In Texas on a thirty days leave of alwenco. and It Is means improbable that he will his future home In the Star State as an official em Pacific. It Is understood t will talk to the la< btft tMis doe not gentleman will no V be expected to he the new national air. be present. On m I other hand, the ress will be some civic pride and will Si .. (émg: i J A 4 rm-...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 28 November 1903

T m. ■t OFFER-— —- mmm HMiiMíaí SÍ®!Í' íP iW -í&Rt ■;;í. ■!; í^vvwTOíf?; flsferJ In MR ™|íl§ wir alt wm$m H and Matting T tremely low prices we make the following cuts for three days only ■ mrnsfiV'-mJm h.' r* li tm-^ •Vj Si rtHBB IS M a t ti n g i, i. Our facilities lor buying matting places as in a position to make prices to yon ftr less than the average merchant has té pay wholesale. Our regular 25 cent matting is the kind you ae* elsewhere at 39 cents. Onr special cnt price three days only: 25c grade 20c « • 16|c " mmmm. scopes aitd Suit Cases Worth $5.00 cut price —— Trunks Worth $11.00 cot price 10.00 c • K 7.50 * 4i • 4 7.00 #4 M 0.50 (i *t 5.00 H tt 4.50 M tí 8.75 l( it 3.50 it 2.50 l# 2.00 1 fi ; . 44 1,50 • ' it . ' : 0* $8.95 8.47 6.39 6.05 5.30 4.12 3.87 3.21 2.82 2.22 1.68 1.32 RUGS Smyrna Rugs. The Kind lor which you have paid agents $5.00. Regular $8.00 kind, cut price $2.42 1.97 Í.62 1.39 1.23 1.08 79c 49c 46c < ( I i 2.50 i i 2.00 i i 1.75 i i 1 50 i i 1.35 (...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 28 November 1903

milk and place in a well before using. | FASHION DOTS. + '<■■1' ■!,^,.1 <!■ ■!■ ■!■ !■ .I- !' ■H"MiiHi ■| mil ■ i! t ■ ■!< ! i <1, FASHION DOT*. rf VJ ( H Jplandkerchlefs for men are mostly of fine colored linea, with plaids and •tripe® in hair Hnes of another abade of color In them. Lavender is a favor- ite tint fOr men's handkerchiefs Women's handkerchiefs continue to be the tiny scraps of linen and lace that they have hitherto been. It Is ancb a foolish fashion to make hand kerchiefs of so small a size that they ■were once considered ridiculously lit- tle for the service of children. Colored hems and small, finely em broidered Initials show themselves in nice handkerchiefs for women. The fashion of trimming with cords of loosely-folded chiffon sewed, around at Intervals of something over an Inch Is a popular one. Thus treated, tb éhiffori looks like a chain of soft white pearls. I :• -H' H 1 H M"M"M' t + OF INTERE8T TO ALL. + The field for women workers widens The fol...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 28 November 1903

' H H - ' a.JL (<WMI """■ "'" O. Wataon no 1 dtMt m« BÉMli A TV-room bath and itwir two month , lo- H«ndemÍ;::|pt Apply at court house ■ U * plot* for abort itorlM Wane, Onutte, Tana. 1 and published In csn news paper Later Iff. Chi New TóHt H' to Cuba, during In that C. Of. melarían*, Pm9. iiilii ' '..Ví', '" yc$<f''. , I mfHf iao . Ail or- (Mt4 «* Ml — A BRUCI IVB tIMMONS i' SVÍ;-;. a iwtiw* ■ "«eh " i. « nil. m f. chri* latent railway, I (tve hi* Inl- and the center of In- «a and the went to the representative of and his letters that place were synill MeClure, of Philadelphia, lsadinf Atnerl- odicals anted the liar mission ish-Atnerican he was sergeant tha ftnHPtorth Carolina rsaluiont. In nnwapaper work Mr. Cbrrtlnn has had tdore experience than rails U the of moat members of the profession, recognising hia^tofuliar fltness the work, the Prfm secured his iees to% Investigate at first band the great Panama scandal, which «hoicked the world when Its details We're grinds publ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 28 November 1903

mm ¿.if i íh M BR1 ®íPX^''ífkí- of the market m tyjMwl'? ■ i>Jii ■ ■ 'rv Mien's ;%:V ul" §2 l3T smmmmmmtom WW 4 ^ ''A* '. '; Sincle Breasted Genuine California Blue Flannel, extension neck band, double II stitched and tilled seams, regu- a < aa lar $2.50. going at ^1*70 Media Flannel, all latest improvements, stitched "with variegated thread,fancy colors, worth twice the amount we ask, QCg+ $1.82, $1.20, down to >7X We have a large cpllection of samples in collar band, work and flannel shirts, assort- ed style and sizes the biggest bargain that lias ever been put on the market J®-, in Orange. 65c, 50c, down to.,.. ^OC : ,.v/ Men's Natural Wool Undershirts and Drawers, heavy weight and soft finish, pearl edge silk binding at neck and front, ribbed bottom and cuffs, going while t «a they last at per suit ^ mmm :s;SI * >,v'. : 4^4 , xMrfH . r *< Biggest bargain that has ever the market, from $8,75, $6 Ou i ílíiiilliíri Mil ft I'M "lln Men's fancy ffeeced lined Undershirt...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 28 November 1903

+o <•% mwm \'*3 *** .•Hi Doc"*' tfc« «M 1 p*nU!Tw,o^ ^ttK W"4 O* u ^do*# w ^j \ 7L , tbld oi *" ríJX - ■ M <*[7. JM 1 mi :'ímmá "■ < i ~ ¿¿ BPaSM tr^Ji ^rJ''>« °' 5&S ■" WSiWwrorB. ^ \"£„lUrr. «° ¿¿w> •«•*. *«*?ygt ÍSgaSE'JSi «w *i -si 5: «3s.1 jugs . Si ' ¡ HBlliÍÍ2 lis. sc'i r ••■ ¿L I, VAh' .'«NO*1 pF ■•■ ;;1 jermtor constantly I matt if «0 eve¿ M thus preserving their ♦ I *-♦ ♦ 'wsli I <4. i.Free delivery to all part* of city liability or the are now eeddhg itljr think the , .. too high. We, "7 *!" tíMgr «OA' BPillHP frankly admit that responsible for Its Iomu-41« County Ü. ^'-#A7¡|í#'ÍípK «¿¡¡c IWtof* ■■• p«*#j of $15,000 g*o urn . a.'I .¿a , fa PEwnvpF* vi Mftorww n< The Washington Pott «ays: "It IUf orate about race hatred and tSu rest o fonilnh nonsense of it If so writer declares and r not out of olace to say i subject to the infiu- part lad denounce as meat Inflicted on them? do not identify themselves with crime and criminals*. The n«CTM do. fhere...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 28 November 1903

mWi ; ~ w: <£' •'! \ Jul ■•; - ■& «it ' • 'v IIP5 ~¡s M$?w& É5Í^^ ¿"3 .A3 .Trí 'J . V-JfW IF—- T' Mis SilSIs 4'- ff It P? irte ii -Ttwáir WILL ON t Al t e California Blue neck band} double seams, regu M^r: y, Rays He is ■ Simple but Magnetic. Special Galeston Sews. Houston, Nov. 28.—Mr. Jo! rick, the distinguished ralln whose picture appeared -in The a couple t f day ago and who is inspecting Texas on the line of Houston fiaat ft West Texas rail wa: " "^expected here tomorrow. In th inspecting party was Mr. George Hill of Sour Lake, who got back hi this morning. Speaking of Mr. rick be today said: "I have just ^gtoa-ned Lake and Beaumow with Patrick, the great Unan, who has unquestioned plished move in Industrial along the tine of the great Air Une railroad system than ever secured by the efforts of a ta similar work. "The presence In Texas of Mr. Pat rick is due to the keen appreciation 4 f US magnetic power qgid influence by bis old-time associate, *T. J. Ander- of the ...

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

RH .. - ■■HI J Él íi^®s¡n • \íWrTrr Bii $ V'/' S?H Ü: ITERS i> ■fi&f ' M $$ li vmnmm W:u mm' **™§0W I mm ES5 Itóv'Ü i|p m Resolution From organisation to The Tribune. Dae. 4~"Wh«reai, the the United States, by hi* int course toward the Republic of has shown to the world t# endorsement of the principles of the right of secession; and, ••Whereae, the gaapi* by tholr ae- ceptance and approval of his course have shown that thsy hove been lod by Mm out of the fog ol Ignorance to the brlfht realms of truth, attained by the Southern statesmen so many year* aqa ba it ;vv. ' tbe «bM any, and iMHjp|IM|IRM|H Wild. "Reeolved, That we extend to the President the hearty thanke of the Dauflhter* of the Confederacy of-the •tato of Texae In oonventlon as- sembled, tor hie endorsement of the ^require principles, and hie vindication of the this oc- MWM for w>,lch 'he Southern people force of fcught so gloriously, but eo disastrous- Cripple ,y ln th# war between the States; fbürst «'$ j "Reeo...

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

_¡ra 1!#" Í'V Síí.®" *""""■ « «ClMWk. I Rmrr A rteruooa. Sunday, w so I sol PR I DAY, OCCEMlEa «, °iE.'wa™ "«"-i M6NT. Ptort Arthur Hernia, I BÉHHbr íte *** following §fipr ■ //*'•' «fí-3 j V"MM_ * K oí ♦lowering plgmiea." to the people | Hal the figure which «tanda out such prominence as to frreatest state In any I of,the RH and á from Hfli Ifgip N «■bags THE REVELER . All the Rummer long so blithe and gay the reveler passed the time In song, jtfhen the cold northwestern winds began to blow, and there was not in the larder, she went to her neighbors to pray lor the loan of some have HP^JVPfnll with the session and there will be bnt time, if any, between this and e of the regular session. It la that there hare been several housand bills presented at this ues- sion alone, bnt that the work of assign- ing committees Is well under way and that there will be no need at further prolonged conferences between the •peaker and the leader*. What the V. people of this district are most in- ter...

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

m J f% MM mmmm zzzzz '' ' , swjr IIPI ühh • méI ''Attended tltH :ÍjÍM^ ÍS' nlghl Wé 0 ||| , ANO PERSONAL. I I II 1 i ton it ill. jRriptfifto ;.|l ikort vtali lo Kyh Uwttn (no Cali brother, fir. 1 r I here today. Hd on the Wilson term to work la progressing. vflW"WwTXif1 -iw^^•' SF^P'SBpIli'^T^WPWMSPP^J • '.<Hv■, V. - \ lili mm, ,■>'•■ - ■ chief driller of ihi company, it today, g K. Tilt's |3 W shoes well at ft.TS during the OR BEN TICKET BALE at MODO ICS. W. Lyons returned tost night from Beaumont, having «pent part of yes- terday there on a business visit. J. W. link, who hss log several days tn Houston, is ex- pected to return to night i 1 . — ■■ t . W. W. Reid. «ashler of the first National Bank, has been In Bay City for several days. '■Y.y.. '<§«V' ' . • '-mmmrn W. C. Backer returned this morning from Beaumont and Jaaper, where he spent several days on m recently in pmtjm Press and visit to Orange, with "The Tribune, a daily paper printed at Orange, la oUe of the clean...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 4 December 1903

s wm for ha would not #• " i> '¡ ' - ' ,/'3k «MÉImÉÍS .'\Kr> nw oSkMÍ Id Tit iV chair, utterty "It'B all of no c*n deceive my«CblI «0 r, neither heart nor Inclli work." ■/; /•'■"" ; ' *í SgsfC knew ontalde he could just see the girlish knew that * m s* *a- - ~ tSU 01 bu WH , bjyiw *«£ 2 **,* - ..1«. „♦ i laree hammodk In Which enouA'P oesi. ouv s^jrs'srV'.iSSs heard him, the words of - - . singing fell In apt reproof upon htoear. IHHg „, „•, ,.„ The sweet voice died away -a— «amo M the man with the biggest *&. gets the credit .felMMk business, and for that reason . pretty im of the public will patronUe bin . They be HU** business mn«t be the beat: otherwise It Wggeet.' AAA mwM .. <i* merchant cannot ** jis ¡£-¡2*i . ® -«« • ha*e too much publicity. i. even dUtog. Without it a buBinew. cannot grow With increased pnblicity oomes a corresponding in . th And wMfc^nnblloity continnee to expand , 1. powth. And wto> the «ill _ And to no danger of reaching '* atop growings i...

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