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

« " 'wi 8®iSi ===== r / OR I Sp# , -Ja,. § Y i *■ flíj£í *,j >a m liariMHS _ autdim so soo y inducements II . the heavy holiday traffic. kn,.<*k ..n Tl.... mam mwmrwm " R Vtf DECIDEDLY fiEAUTIFl/L : IBM The latest Silk Ruffs are most attractive. Being ma of soft clinfifinfif silks, they charm one with th< beauty in accordeon pleated, gathered and ruchii effects. The better ones are lavishly adorned an tend "i n dainty stole effects. We show these in black or white, and black and white. g/Vfceii $2.50 to $10.00 "' '¡i ci_. "ilüi f1 ,< * ¿ St ' í j^iir-abferlne We are offerin ave you ao the Duir language of tfic JCribune, ¡oys' Rough-Rider PantS This time we have heavily stocked them. There are nine styles of !u3?H2!?r Íüü*í "a ^ éshP «<*««7 «■*•« have bM* due to a superabundar 1 ow has oor stock of handkerchief. been to at tatlve «Meet! Ix'Hlltífllllv 4 I ^ ! 10 *l^l oe on Sale for MX WMk with Brat flUal 24c Af A SPECIAL PUCE e. stylish , mat kid uneteen days prior to ...

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

T' Mi v,;< ■i i«a Jill a Slade, Pre*. regularly every Tuesday af- At- «ha. ^UJJprent churches. || V f • *< ■ *< '' - Á. LADIES' READING *CLUB—-Mlss Oer- trude Chapman, Directress Meets every Friday afternoon at ••.'SO with Mlae Chapman. It• '';• ■"'/ L^P!E8' ®U,LD OF ST. MARKS Episcopal Church. Meets every Mondar at the homes Of members. Woman's" Home Mlaalon Society! _ weekly meetings each Thurs- Stewart at 5É o'clock at —- •"* ~ lltW m o m 'CfasF*** •"** ■" SSfilfit Mkm Bugenla Baxter has returned ys of every month at homes of the —" fttoe members, " THE EASTERN STAR. Wttk in Society, THE CLUB DIRECTORY. We wish to say If there are anv mistakes as to dates oí meetings etc In the club directory this week we' wtli gladly correct same If our atteni is directed thereto. if any dubs have been left from the Hat let na Know. Orangeltes have been so busy at- tending carnival, theatres, etc. in the « neighboring cities of Houston and Beaumont as to afford them no time attend socia...

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

a®#'" msp: v BBCf %.* .••US w. i I I WmM p* tXt 'íí.¡^yy' |8$y $ ftvtjfym):- 'i*,f v Mxk' •^13^1 £ 3 ' • WÍ; ;: I . . . .... . ;■ ;< I IPS «Jp I |i V fl|fl| mm¿m • M * mmm$ mwmMi ■■': '"- i:-^¡i /liiMf, V Mmk if jjjj&S ' , fe! i <IÉ;sW >01 " v^vv^' rifí«S |MT|iWfffW MÉaHH W''• v- F m^ mm Wr :.'f^ 0PÁ'0v :' fe ' $ÉÍ3S " 1 • _■<•■ .. _ are very few people who can buy th£m became it requires cash down B government keeps the bonds. ■£ I iggggi Miíi'iSs É®Swi'-Íl: Orange City Lots are Better ■■■■■■■■ÉalaMaMMM^ÉiMÉÉiiaÉMMMiÉIMMMilMMMil I 1 1 II : -""'•' ' down, the becaute I will sell you choice residence lots with a small payment dowi balance on easy monthly payments. This makes it possible for you to invest - r money in something just as safe as government bonds and better, because will get the benefit of increase in values. Government bonds have only varied a few cents on the dollar in ten years. City lots have doubled in value in the pawo years, and with present prospe...

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

Sara ttxq TEXAS, DEC. 6. 1808. QOOD ROADS. Ib only ten more days until the of Orange and Orange county called on to determine whether they will authorize by their the *County Commissioners to honda 'wherewith to rake necea- "■"Sods to batid good roads and ('"lad keep the same in proper .. and good condition. pWo ¡better opjiortunlty will ever be ented to the people of this county show the material of which they made. Will they vote for the bond Issue i «tod thus assure themselves and pos- good roads In this banner of Bast Texas? Will thep authorize their county lata to raise this money and ex- P1P3 •MV,. docbes m i SM§M It/In a manner which will return nous dividends in the way of ln- ilrlon, accessibility of to market and saving of wear tear on teams and vehicles? will they vote against this bond And thus debar themselves and roads are/Bound to confer on the THE TWO MULES. Two mules journeyed, one laden with oats, the other proudly bearing bags of gold. The mule carrying the gold w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 5 December 1903

i{ra&E nlngton Win* vlult to ont to I attend the carol- ' Sep®®6*!® . t ' Ly*d returned when «he at- ' Wtf'ltli ; «Ml ritm y^wlWisi wSJ 'HMv. ft'so shoM Mtl St 12 75 ' OR KEN TICKET 8A UK at C. A. Chaatham night from ndaafc* at mw «Mi That glorloitR gime of chance, «orne times called «poft. known as horse racing, haa Introduced to public notice men who have won fortune* by they; ability—or should it be called luck or knowledge—In picking wlnnera, says the New *d*k World. Hw«S; men at* profeaafonll turf speculator — men who make ractof a business. They are a* much apart from the millionaire patron* of the turf who bet heavily as the North and South pole*. The former bet to increase their wealth and to aecure a liveli- hood. Tlw latter wager thousand of dollar* mare for the excitement Inci- dental to the wlnaieg of the bet than «or the financial wain. The moat Lmen atéong the profession sER|3S %k&3 O. (Whitney i Langdon and mSfr MeUlnnU. ;1Í jlf .ia The amateur plunger , If so...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 5 December 1903

mm ■mm IMS! «ií?Hr.r4liS jm | ¡P i H ill Plffifilil $SíÉ y<? 3ÉÍP ■ ' ":"'4'v!- |Ms S m ;' S . Z - i imnwlti IBB lfk v' $P1$ npmni twmw MíSPíffl * r' M>$! UT there are very few people who can buy them because it or the government keeps the bond . City Lots are Better because 1 will sell you choice residence lots with a balance on easy monthly payments. This makes it • i -a ——- — — — — —* j v"* City lots have doubled in value ini the pawo years, and with present prospects will double again in the next two vears I« there any reason why you can't participate in the increase 3 values when i * property on the terms I offer ? ~ * * * 1 KM™ Hi >V §mrmm |§|M **Bp mt you can Come and see me and talk the matter over, CHAS. M. REIN. ■ '- a; ' i C '■ !. 'i-i >.:h;-I ■' MMMHBBmH _ I, j 4L VKHBH ■ r;4:-'. v.- .. <h.i- P^'V It Now two.) will enjoy I several ■don ax PI • mm BBtlSRI 1 siKf : • •• ' : ' ' ' '♦ " s§'' f". RHHKíkÍh Erifcfté;. iff- mm. *l£i% *fcit/j pi h®m ítteí'áH I - I ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 5 December 1903

a HnfeüM iMnea column. It wi a few cent and yo*"" tbe Clothes Doctor. ** dying and repairing. tie tlw tá*i f frwa the — SS¡ SV¡ n the war o- b'ar wUOT i tMt b'ar ^ lüa'Ht vrry old *«* fU¡^B0iin projuce ,.d had Wep' « |1y abet oí • was «bt «"> ivwit tu in. ilk in ta and declare h° ■ •. í. . ' v L\í J® The moon was •b*. *«nt Huldy Jeit , saya: ^ 'B'ar arter the pig I' W * 7£S£Mtfs . • >• ífuíru'" * S VUSTLSntr ¿X ♦k.t h'ir's head oft,' «aya be. Wee o' Jeptbi tandln' hi one i"n t^ i .é« who hain't brtnl It .back ylt, ,„d cwnpfo' Gensarn that J«a _ _ here ld~ap, , . "!líToohtnr M Au t ' WANTB1D Wttl JW «£*" ,t „l M REIN LTTHO CO WANS¿2 TVtó S^ fore Christmas- w. l 4t phone 4«5. Dally Tribune Subscribe for auustiiKv — only W cents per month. i, A':.jv* r-"'; _>•- 88 ■' chlnety beet workmen. jw M *r ti *1*4 M . Sheet Iron Work made and . nrafKM| i and Harnea * ■ism id him o*er all* lered when tí «7 that trie to «/ they ay« 5"P tened i dead! the*- mm: •jjito* w< *° "SlSS Surtir...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 5 December 1903

£1 'M Ü ■$« Wwmm 1 / I r mfri UT there are very few ,—r~ , or the government keeps the g ; WPWPl ¿ wfi .. .,vw-^8$ ^HR StiT'S—*—r ■ 1?®: ■■«£,:<S ■'; t#®;,:ha:-íív''7®!í jfpfpl S p;;:'. 4 :v-, —■'■'.■■■" ■ . • because 1 will tell yon choice residence ton witn balance on easy monthly payments. This makes u your money in something just as safe as government you will get the benefit of increase in values. Government varied a few cents on the dollar in ten years. City lots have i, and with present prospects will double again in th whv vou can't Darticinate in the increase of values 1 •¥*% in the pawo years, and with present prospects wOl double again in 1 Is there any reason why you can't participate in the increase of values property on the terms I offer ? Come and sec me and talk the matter c Ilá Wñ P® 111 ' 'r*" ~■ ftm I -iy ' *.•- • y.¡, KlSBi$ ;v<%¿ Mm iff 'á«i ih HHsEffipSBBffl tlml ?mW {Sr# ^e$ i&L Bfyi'-á&SPiS ■ ..J I pP r? 'iv'1 rS?''' I "'I líliiíi fu a- .y r MHI...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 5 December 1903

It you ^ Want a poo KKee per, - boy, put a want ad In The classified column It will you but a few cent and your | Will be supplied. ytlyiiteiii'ipyitorirtiw " '1 11 'fti'M fWi ái£ji &'í£d h!®H KMi Tlwjr the beat; otherwise it nian from the that b'ar. Ha was a ieaaloe o' What the Knob r ,u«¡;ry avoid tarn out la tlsjwr o* b ar when net out to «l it, that b'ar was, ami Md been raisin' th« very old Ned the pig and farm projtic# •or ao km*, and bad kép' so aggravating abet of all I trieka that was sot and to waylay and circumvent him, at last what did old nan Mote, aver to the Eddy, do but d -l.-re h? would (In |M|in cash for that bar fetched in dead/ or $30 if anybody'd ran blm la and hand b!m over alive. "'AUvar folk hollered wlien they haard of It 'Anybody that trio to fatcl- that b'ar In ab've,' they says, •will mora than likely find tbelr own- Mlvaa bain' fetched In dead!' they •ay ;-but foils didn't kaow it all and thay bada't Stopped to consider Aunt and Harnes^ iipH rwm¡' nt...

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

¡piel! i'fe' - : Pll % w% :W> SkISI iE§ "J #?*■?(« m IMPSHr.i n|H | SI ffe J§?$$ c ■fp ■ ,vmrWto*% 'K; v;( ^ a rc very or the government SB'tfeSB m mm. wrnmm •> V* HMSI Bll^PllI safe Stelfl .;.'■ ;,iafelíí¿,.v ■ . '■■■ I • - * ,' - •-Í?¿*'V:- •' ''■ U-V. ■'■'■■ -V- ■;;>•,v 3i¿í||«íí ■HBB Híí: ■ balance on easy monthly payment*. This makes it r ^ l™SZyt 1Í5S^#afe 88 3"~¡í J? ? oenelk of increase in values. Gow in the p«wo ycar«* 5 ^^szst&tisSSS^ias^-% ■•'- ;;; mmm PHBH8IR ^'•IlílPv mmmí ■ • .. .• í fe .#$.' nPm • . te M I jSsSs^la ■ H *j&í* tfrifP! EL& ftudfa. ■ ' s :.■'■■■ .£ f'í si ív.a^ír'i?^ rv.í^v : ¡: ■H ttl w'V> F&H SU $$!$ $ MííMSS °Si asáSi; Msís ■.,'i -1 * * "• I <TP¿ ■■ 'tóSÍSiiriVÍ ' " "ll East •^^ppnív -fin sailor would HT I i oB. ttaker. of Galveston, la a bnsl- , visitar to Orange and will re- for several days. grade cabinet photos from r fl.60 to $Í.ÓO per down at A. Qtfn- n!4-D 2 Iff V' Víi • '■'••' m Chas. M. Rein and Robert Morgan, Jr...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 5 December 1903

[ Advertisement uuder mtt 5;- WW1' Br, mm he '¿.V/ : «• lyT . « -— «i ¡ÉI and „ IHHf-«&41Í b« follered « • Hen bunked In at . aide o' the «warn*, *>'■ o* hand early next morn- -'.'V ' i It you want a oook, clerk, bookkeeper, stenographer office boy, P«t a want ad in The Trib- une classified column. It will coat you but a few cent and your want* will be supplied. Wm B&fSH ad. gate the credit ft pretty They bo- Hti ts* to expand íes and Harness. n|É¡§ íement Co. $ Unid* had -Voni • piáta," «aid the loquaetoua lalscent nan fro the Knob c *m* bad that b'ar. He waa a genuine o' what the Knob eou'tiry tarn out In the way o' b'ar when It art out to do It, that b ar was. and ,•>i been ralsl*' the vet) old Nee h« bad Meo ^ tnd Urm pro)n,, «o lóng. ar d bad kop' «o llar and aggravatla'ly snet of all trape and tricks (hat waa sot. ami triad to waylay and circumvent hi®, Hat at laat what did old man Moae. •«ar to the Bddy, do but declare h? woald glrV fMlün caah for that b ar SSL ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 5 December 1903

. ^ ^ • N • : SRSBg m UT there are very few people or the government keeps the «¡..i . "■ ,/ ¡Eft '1,f**? . ■ ■ J-6'ía¿!í 1mm because 1 will sell you choice residence lots with a balance on easy monthly payments. This makes it :A¿>>■ in ten years in the next two me and talk the matter over. CHAS, M. ... «•.-'A* wtsfii w ■ , 1 kH ..v - , :V ¿X #*-, vSlW ¡mSm 1 •?%.• ■q . ^llll . E?;' rf«4v; * m : «; I ■ ■ \ fe ipawrttrniT HH . spentll&v fctbe Eaat - «alio. would -«11 known to yyíélrttoftófc «ftords from us ■ c8,vl«fto man expect from ' n for .r occasion when the following ' program will be rendered: •; • W kmv zá A KM ■I ■ -Capricclosso k .i. .Mendelssohn Miss Fannie Bettln 3A8t Night * jPP^j MiBR Bettte and Mr. Folsom. Violeta III El lib Wright Mía Oreen - f k Restless Sea White Peart McOlanahaa and Mesare. Miller and Folsom. Revel! du Lion Kontaki Miss Bettla. ¡ I Blow Gentle Breexes Karl Linden Mees . Miller, Home, Ford and Folsom. Blue 8|)ttvcpw Stone The Harmonía Club....

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 5 December 1903

r tpfe «4. gets the credit a a pretty bin. They be- ; otherwise it I (PSf Ingf you vfTtti d's Best. ? of Bag# iea and Harnead. H '• wis a genuino the Knob roue try # the way o' b'ar when Mt oat to do it, that b'ar wan, arrd he had been raisin' the very old Ned uooist the pigs and farm projucr general tor ao long, ard bad kep- so regular u4 aggravating snet of all the trapa and trlehs that was sot and triad to waylay and circumvent him, that at last what did old man Mese, ever to the Eddy, do but declare h? Would give iMyn cash for that b'ar tetohet* In deedT or «30 if anybody.! ran hlai la and hand b!m over alive. ' " Alive!' folks hollered when they haard Oí it 'Aeybody that trie to fatal* that b'ar la alive,1 they says, 'will mora than likely And their own- selves bata' fetched in dead V they says;-but folks didn't know It'ill and they hadn't stopped to consider Aunt Kafir. " Tapfka,' aaya Annt Hnldy to Uncle Jap one day, Jeat abont that time: 'Jeptha,' saya she, 'seems to me that...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 5 December 1903

m . >* I 1.JÍE KJ { ^ nel, front trimmed with metal buttons, something very swell, going at $1.85 down to... $1.19 Heavy daisy cloth, front trimmed with 12 rows of white £5® ..... soutache braid and gilded but- tons, full sleeves, from 95c down to fSc .. ¡«JUA ,, ■ rtr&l , * ' fyKtRi We have a big job in embroidery and ranging in price .from 18c, 5c, *c, 8c per yard down to lc • ■ . • ■ .. ILaiiies Shoes in kid, patent leather tip, flexible Holes, French heels, regular $8.50, only $2.05, $2.50, $2.85, down to $2JO Ladies' Dongola shoes only S3J9,1275. li a . fewa U S99c Ladies' Gloves "V ' ■■ ■" ' : Extension brass curtain rods fhal Ota?t M tteptaa. 0s)y ttaai, tiJI t h.« ;: famous "Foster ; '■* patent," the world over ~ lor $1.25, our price. 99q mif. ts- i. stmt . Émñ-isum to • •. a ill Tewels mm . Unen crash..., ... Bleached cotton Fringed buck linen Extra heavy t lililil K-' Highly polished, plain oak, I I down to -*;* • •+* **':* > •* ■# * ■ '■"'J "W I '■■J'" 'I mm RUM...

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

PNpi held ■■■i the Bancroft The lodge rooms bad ll'H * ' II mi draped In memory of the de- ««ht shoot 7: IS by the power plant OlrfPrt Ht t Caahhr « ÜB m " ««* era, and the occasion «n made a most solemn and Impressive one. the program as carried out was as follows: Voluntary, op. 75, Bscbman, Wm. fignall. •• Doxolqgy, by Lodge and audience. Opening ceremonies; Lodge of I Sorrow, by the officers and members 1 of the order, " Quartette, Peacefully Sleep, Messrs. J, R. Davidson. C. B. Keppler, C. B. Bpooner and Mi 0. Da vies. Opening ode, (Auld Lang Syne:) Great Ruler of the Universe, «iwoi All-seeing and benign, look I pp|| iter, buy a Garland JP i k down upon and bless our work. And be all glory Thine. Oh! bear our prayers for the honor- ed dead, . While bearing In our mfflds The memories graven on each heart Por "Auld Laltg Syne." Prayer, C, W. Hole. Address. "The Order, Us Objects and Its Principles," C. P. Pannewltr. ftntogju "Our Departed Brothers," % s. M. Rein. C'oslng Ceremon...

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

is was* «a , Every Afternoon. Sun m TEXA8, D«C. 7, 190 . Oil COW CAM*—WHICH? vl'J I strenuous days of '7®, lain of Orange's cltbsew dead—used to tide their broncho I „up to and Into a saloon and drinks while seated in' It was the custom When a house caught Ore for every male biped in the county who possessed a "shooting Iron" to perforate the at- mosphere with as many shots as he had cartridges In his belt. In thorn m tmí &iys It was considered atriet- de rigeur to shoot up the town on every conceivable pretext and "the toys" never let an opportunity slip to get In their fancy work. Orange was little more than a bad place in the road end "everything went." Qradu r,. ally the bad men bit the dust and one by one sought the happy hunting grounds. Orange gradually approach- ed a state of higher civilisation. Of late years we have managed to exist von an average of one killing á year And we have come to pride oursel cm being a city of culture and refine- nent. | tour schools are the ...

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

people of a faint Idea of the Southland few years, it# In wealth and in far greater DroDOrtlon* thai of any other section It makes little material > South if the Steel i an «ra of retreneh- and the efieet will be alight If the run on lew (han i South la solid-solid la it udfer waa before, commerclal- agrteulturally.lt la solid enough > lend money to the reat of the coun and have plenty left for lis own the lout four or Are years the ho* enjoyed a period of bound the host in returns ol of good (their debts. "Playing on ■HWÉff'l the With borrowers bCIIHKlfl. I ..v'.akal win NÉÉI by len formerly, now new channels for MOW vi *"■ n*W channel* development of the re- turn lain dormant.be- m to realtor tho wrought and in-the South. When the civil war streams lo- west for the sections It fOirest portion It has taken for the South to hut now that it has South can with Justice triumph unaided. down South that in the other parts of not bothered ■ v X *'*■■■*)* TirrsPfiTW S|RMp Is being is...

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

K¡raS?" Wlmky i¡K '■MM m ill 3T- M flannel and Flannelette Waists . ' : ' ■ ' Excellent quality imported flan- nel, front trimmed with metal buttons, something very swell, going at -$1.85 down to $1.1$ Heavy daisy cloth, front trimmed with 12 rows of white soutache braid and gilded but- tons, full sleeves, from tíoc down to d'Sti mimwmmmmm: UM}1 We have a big job in embroidery and ranging in price from 15c, 5c, 4c, 8c per yard down to 1c sMSfl o Ladies' Shoes in kid, patent leather tip, flexible soles, French heels, regular $8.50, only $2.95, $2.50, $2.85, down to $2J0 Ladies' Dongola shoes only 89c Extension brass curtain rods only,. • • • 14c Vi km (fee ■ oat eniqoe Use «I émm tklr.* thai h the aurkel L baie. at picas m Ikat ea Ladles' Gloves the famous "Poster patent," the world over for $1.25, our price . -9Scj «Jfc: W Man's sett III fKTM '•« gJNBlflrgl daeble pt Iraae, >R> sprlai feafc. V :'■ 'JK pushin| featt •a al fl? swadgs ea 1 Jtapana. Only - - - ftuft ' ;; ■ " ' 1 M...

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

■ ■ iifllflMl i j ¿Ln^cSiíi , -,{' ■ mm W MM PÜ ¡E^sp%[ I ¿••V: #3 |s,:;;.;i ";' aJ--W^lfrí,iv..i¿-l>:,*í-., OP TMt ASSOCIATED PRESS. II lilsl m# ... Cn«il«r« iiy«Bv«rv W;.$® AY AFTERNOON, I 9 I i mm *.¿ 1903 NUMBER 217 = .1 1MB urnii* EXECUTIVE HA8 TO SAY FIFTY-NINTH CONGRESS. ,1 :u . - and pot tal frauds and asks for and liberal appropriations tor that pur- f' ,i « '! ; WjirSm tot ft; the *■ Ü with which to prosecute 10. The crime of bribery la dls- cussed at length, and the urgent need of amending extradition treaties to h la dwelt upon and enabt- ttd- In this connection he refers to the recent St. Louis -i 11. The work of the Alaskan bound- ary commission is reviewed, the coun- try felicitated upon the outcome, and suitable financial reward requested tor those engaged in the negotiations on behalf of the United States. IS. Recent Venosneteft (troubles are reviewed, and the expectation of a sat- isfaotory termination of the claims before The Hague tribunaal tn the very near fu...

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

wc. V M I nwitH or kuj*m. days put the have had a «raat Ocal to regarding the financial straits of n. Bankruptcy proceedings of his dupes to longer ' at his dictation constitute a the "Prophet's as though the ravens j; to tail to come around in time unflfci. ':,v i followers, who clustered around i In times of plenty, seem to have I him, now that he realty needs Dowle'n star Is no longer in the . 'It is falling with a mete- te ruch which will canse it to mother earth with a shook will be felt around the world. For years this self appointed Messiah has fooled the people. He has drained their money from their pockets and set np his City of Zton with everything in his own name His 'Was taught and pimcticed by the Man jame was slick, but he overreached1 mm mm'w# thl storks. A stork and his family lived in an old chimney. A bay going to school tormented the stork family with cruel taunts, while another boy protested against annoying them. The storks go to the swamps and catch frogs, and ...

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