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

... TiiftíKu—. JBBWB at';. i V i^fln ¡Me jbSSPSW . . 4^1ÍSÍ;¿Í.jÍÍéí!^®Í IH^M • ■■ % rlffilpl " ,: "• """■ i imggjm .-'tiV./,!' . ^.jJf.,"... (■•." € " ■• ' > igpl É "lv •" / ' „ ■fi Jfc¿¡jl]Í*V _ - * * ^ «re • gf¡23 m T there are very few people who can buy them because it require cash down or the government keeps the bontjs. Orange City Lots are Better s because 1 will sell you choice residence lots with a small payment down, the balance on easy monthly payments. This makes it possible for you to invest your money in something just as safe as government bonds and better, because you will get the benefit of increase in valu.es. Government bonds have only varied a rew cents on the dollar in ten years. City lots have doubled in value in the pawo years, and with present prospects will double again in the next two years. Ii there any reason why you can't participate in the increase of values when you can buy property the terms I offer ? Come and see me and talk the matter over. CHAS...

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

dm I Attractions in le Mcrchan- the ) $ $ ■ -■ ' * ; ' . " '*$/■;/ Í,. IDAYS B jmf . ■, wV"-./' , jjjam ■. largest and best stock of MENS' and BOYS WEAR in the City t 9 9 9 mmp Allen Brown Got It In the District 'W: Court at flask. By Associated Prow. Rusk, Tag., Doc. 8.-10 the District court yesterday the world's record *u broken ia ths trial oí Allen Brown, for ansault to rape and burglary. The jury «ave him one thousand yean for assault to rape and another jury gave hin twenty-flve yean lor burglary of a private residence. The thousand years verdHet ease, as far knoiga, is unprecedented, but the District Attor- ney asked for it, and the jury re- sponded. *1"! I 1 1 1 I I'M'HI I I Ml- t LOCAL AND PERSONAL. I i m 4* -—... J|.!.. IRH Ml. m ■I'M 1 I 1 1 I i 1 1 I MMW Look for the Greea Ticket. Oonstable C. D. Edwards came from China Saturday and spent the day In MS, Still "Investigating" Wood. By Associated Press: Washington, Dec. 8.—The committee resumed Its investigation Into the c...

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

m -- SííÉÍp^ WillU í'litn M M íí ifev that the tbe eity, isll of tb« pPl« AN INTCRirriNO SIMMON. To te Delivered Tonljbt at a'vatlon Army Hall by «av. Twomey, «# Twompy. «f Houston, who baa id several Interesting Hormona Methodist church recently, will sliver at the Sat ration Army Ball an illustrated sermon on Bap- Mr Twomey la an Interesting bla logic la sound. The la oordlally invitad to hear bla iormon tonight. "treat meeting will pre- one In the hall and the aer- the haU will, In addition to . be Interspersed with some Hgmmm <w M é í MM 00 the county. He well, three milee a depth of 1000 150 fact of oil aaad. There was a atronc blow-out of gaa Wednea- day. The driller began bailing laet week but lost tba bailer In the well l la now trying to recover it, A quantity of oil baa been secured during the process. Tba driller la confident of bringing In a hundred- barrel wall. Geologists state that tba oil la the highest grade aad will sell for $1.60 to 0.« vet barrel. The Ouffey p...

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

L'3EJ j IiíIíiHmTuo • < ■ " > • '' ' i §lf| «■■Mu «MM ■ mmrn TEXAS, DEC. 0, 14ÜS J nuhllft fin-rt_ m I 110 PUDIIC QU68CJOH OI ti «y which I more generally discussed the alleged increase of lawless- tJnlted States and the prevalence of lynching. one other question which rightly bo—receiving the consideration of Jurists «ad This is the unaccoranb the general public entertain for Inflicting ptm- on convicted crimínala, i Brewer, of the United States Court, ha* recently pointed contributing causes to this f disregard of legal methods of criminal# certain Abuses that In the practice of the Courts. «re is no doubt that «here are causes which combine to pro thewe evils 1 is the irrosrtag aentlroent « mil ,tJfm* * **« SPIMSTEHS. ' _ who was very lazy and would not spin, so her mother beat her. A queen was passing and asked the mother why abe wasfMattng her daughter. The woman, ashamed to tell of her daughter's iasitteas. said. "1 cannot stop her from «pinning; and 1 am poor and cannot...

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

BPS mmsm ,,J| .... " /'1.- '■ 1 1 " •'• ■',' ■', -jAí • w ifc '"•;, AS'1 ■ ■ *)*?< \ f& * ~r "•■':■ t !..:".'.;;.y. tt'Ült i ■' O ■PM V.y samel priccine woui<| pay>tne with a dear saving ot the freight from eastern points * 4 mm uy the bankrupt stock of GRAVES, BLAND^f CO., in order to protect > intention is to close out this fine stock at the $ $ d 9 I "• «• v - - " w" Tij mm e not di baser of $1.00 or DEDUCTED. —HI is the same: Al ^ ^ 5^ Á . Ü fVfA. -M we are ottering la the way of PRICE CUTTING which holds good WBwb 1 I ';RvlI i I ■ fcs ill «J4 KÉS ;¿,V. '■ |ft§f RACK NO. 3 * Ladies' Fine Tailored Suits at a $2.00 t M n II ~M Jk JKÁ4 j a 1 -f 1 ■« ál rcQuciiofi 1rom «cumu urst cost* RACK NO.S • Children*' Capes, formerly sold at from 1.25, now selling at from 50c I - 25c RACK DIO. 4 10 Ladies' Skirts, actual first cost $8.75, aa sold for $5.00, now «pJ.UU 10 Ladies' Skirts, actual first cost $5.75, " .00, now 4.50 ■ 0^ - mini mi idiesnSwrts, actual first cost $7.0...

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

íJMÍtÍl jKw$mw& KHi , V ♦ W %;■.■■■■■■ ,■ I to Ata cu ke lUriMil Us . • Y0U1 BUSINESS BPS :ial Attractions in- Seasonable Merchan- dise for the 4> á> $> K;;, II* Él HOLIDAYS The largest and best stock óf MENS' and BOYS WEAR in the City $> $ # $ 4> ■ ■!' '1 ■ I ■ ■ .|"1' -frM' m •J* LOCAL AND PERSONAL. «J. "J* 'She-Sheriff John Robertson is very 01. A. M. H. Stark spent yesterday In Beaumont attending court. -Judjfe and Mrs. H. D. Sells have re- §§2 turned frum a visit to relatives in Jasper. Lake Miss Minnie Stephens, of Charlea, Is in Orange visiting Loney. Tberoia Lynd returned Monday to her home in Beaumont after visit- ing relatives a few days. Ita* ""'«-^CTw^rto^u mont ywlerday afternoon on the* Oriole and returned this morning. ¿L. Miller, president of the Orange ft Northwestern Railroad company, in New Orleans the first of the STOW ROBBED. Clever Burglar Entera the Sabine Sup- ply Company's Placa. A slick pleee of work in the wayof a burglary was done last ...

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

Wh I :y-; & Tn "' ^ KfllSKS' ü N;fc'u¡3 Oí OP THC ASSOCIATE O PRESS. -X"SSVr= • ■ • F*P/E3 ÜMÜI PÜM H kS, THURSDAY AFTERNOON, DECEMBER 10. 1903 NUMBER 219 m ¡wraw VALUESim Am Í A m feSSk jBr| m m and Saturday All over the house, up atalra, down itair , prices are slaughtered. Every department has contributed to this GREAT GREEN TICKET SALE. ~ Enthusiastic crowds have filled our store every hour from its commencement* Green Ticket prices bring the business. They are positively without duplication. Come Friday and Saturday for great unbeatable bargains. <m *+* «* * u ^ .o netter mees on S « O e S , y 9W$ "'i' BSaBBBi v S -t-wi ^ jMS " gpt Ml • •.. . > *• «M* >■ i'¿ If " ...... I.S1 . '• ' J,, * . . , __ " "Í f.Ii lisa GñUN TICKET PRICES ON OVER CO Ars |S.00 quality.... ta© " .... m " 4.00 '• «.00 «• «. 180 «' 9.00 " 91.49 1.99 t.M J.M 4. It 8.98 9.48 9.98 GRtEN TICKET PRICES ON FURNISHING GOODS 2 e ribbed Undershirt# «2 00 Shirt# 1.50 •• 1.00 " Ilia " ;.. 50r " 12c $1.38 ...

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

?lí5BB* w!ptw«v DEC 10, 10 . AN APOSTLE OF HON EOT Y. (, TI e Tribune is In receipt Volume Number 5, of the Agra News, a : sixteen page, four column week- ^pttblished at Agra, Oklahoma. The is a clean, readable and well and Is a credit to the sec- represents. The editorial lead- ' in the l88u<* we received Is a Holl- and common Bense dlsucssion |¿||éi-.#iat menace to morals and general of prey, the ticket "scalper." i article is well worthy of perusal we copy It in full, as follows: "The Railroad Ticket 'Scalper.' Hit there is any individual under the blue canopy of heaven that should be . jaypJdfid by all honest people that In- dividual is the railroad ticket 'Bcalper' —«"I he is rightly named, for he is a right, and. as a rule, as devoid f honor and Justice as the devil him- self. Of course there are exceptions to the rule, but as the old lady at JJboxie 1 MU' wJe®? tr '' LITTLE TÜK. Little Tuk struggled over his geography lesson, which to him was very difficult. He saw the old...

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

in tbe principal t,B. Jack- The tot MM ■«WW to the i* B SeiM It wfU «well; Princi- Mlss ; Plan of a Lesson on i, MIm ford; Plan of\4k tesson Coverings Mid Warmth, Plan of a Lesson tn Miss White, a paper on "Efficient Motives of Good Conduct. ill devote a Relation to Onr school System." Mann and Hie wlth a Journal reporter and reviewed pupila very much ap- fouhd the entire formation from the i.if.iU .. MM>i I. aIL. Luii i. . « • ^ precíete the thoughtfulness and ln- of the mftmbars of the Ladle#' Id securing funda for de- fraying the expenses of enclosing the grounds at Park Avenue school. Um: fnlorart V "v.ó'1' l'OTiSy* Whole number Month's enrollment, 188. Average attendance, 14. Caaes of tardiness, io. Per cent, of attendance, 88. Cases of corporal punishment, 10.. Note the lnl|WóiNMMMit in punctuality of the colored schflbl. Por the second ith. #3 cases ot tardiness were re- Only 10 ere reported for the third month. The total enrollment of white and colorad schools Is 845. FY&...

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

iM • v':■': iw■ 1 "k 4, ** Vf "j,:;'■ ■ív:í .Vi-""':. ''''M" "' ;;í ^7 1«.74 '' - ' v" v- '7 v : • y / / ■■' • ! •■ SMíM > . 77V -..';v ' ■ ■■■ V' 77 77 -.'7- /7v777v77 uhHI ■v'. •.. Bi fei ««$§* faHl? UT there arc very lew people who can buy them or the government keeps'the bonds. •• ;•$• Orange CiQf L< MW 'T57Í ' & - •• •' 7" 7 -*vi BpW^S int to BBp£.77 "SEfei'iWv (li , because 1 will sell you choice residence lots witn a balance on easy monthly payments. This makes it your money in something just as safe as government'bonds and you will get the benefit of increase in values. Government bonds varied a few cents on the dollar in ten y eat . City lots have doubled in lsin the pawo years, and with present prospects will double again in the next two years, p there any reason why you can't participate in the increase of values when you — roperty on the terms 1 offer ? Come and see me and talk the matter over. ' SdWBBHs fi§mm i wmmmKKBM rV *'/' I ÍWÍ.iííÍ) i| Ü8® a! ®S|1 í t m...

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

E mSSSffl mmrm K^SmS tow m - M •nch In re- >1 of the 0.1M- , -.mr W?-3k, áP&É«IS£í: ¥í®Í" ■:#'= and industrial publics- ed * fund or valuable in- do the feitbject to be In Thin information Is being brought together, analysed, nod prop vrly indexed, in order that the facts already known ma* be utilised In plan nine more specific inquine*. Reeults thiM far obtained «how that much fuller Information has been 'giren in the put than la generally supposed. The knowledge already ac quired from various nourcee regarding particular carporatkms will be of de- cided value In determining what fur- ther information should be required. By a proper utilisation of the facta at hand unnecotcory Inquiries eon he avoided. The Held or work that lies opeo to the bureau 1 almost unlimited in ex- tent. and it is believed thai if proper meana are mode available reeults of far-reaching consequence can be ac- complished. Since the lot of July the bureau' operations have been extend- so rapidly that th...

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

— Sia >. MOSSIKER w' •■'.' Special Attractions in Seasonable Merchan- dise lor tbe 9 9 9 jí r bv'/W '' "• -,jf < W< l'^v' ' 5, I -f,. " MHfc "'• ■' The largest and best stock of MENS' and BOYS WEAR in the City 9 9 9 9 9 w "1 •fctyiXVi* Mrs. J. P. Roach bu returned from Houston, where ahe attended the con vantkm of the U. D. C. — " Dallas B. and Cheater A. Watson, of Sabine county, are visiting their brother, City" Assessor M. A. Wateon, this week. ÚHi*. Fannie Davenport will arrive .'¡tomorrow to spend a day or two with ■^Tids. She is returning to her 5->gt Now Orleans. Mr. Ta)mage of Saginaw, Mich., paid hi* sister, Mrs. H. R. Fields, aa unexpected and very pleasant visii yesterday, leaving lant njgüt for his via New Orleans. Harry Crager made a business trip to Beaumont yesterday and was "wined and dined"-by tnat city's pro- «ive mayof ^ X^-H^ng- ham. R. E. Russell brought some excel lent pecans to the Tribune office, which were raised in his yard They are of a very fi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 11 December 1903

v • mHMp:' Wm-Z stl!®S l#pí¿4 wmii M^ñwÁ g* Vi''wsfiiW ~ '•ii Sffih W' V'? V,J' ■ '.V- 'V- the In )ui Jointly with the Klrby Lumber pany In tt e construction of the the Frisco I* financially In the Ktrby Lumber company and taken U upon Itself to care for (Treat tonnage coming from the Klrby it.—General mtlla in Beat Texas. Speculation has of th* heen rampant an to the course the p-íá- Frisco would punue tn order to ae- ' cure an entrance to the field. When It u announced that the Dallas «%■ tension of the Texas and New Or leans wis Included In the denl between the Rock Island and the Southern Pacific the natural inference was that the Frisco Rock Island combination would use the extension for an entry to th* Mast Texas Bald. The announce Tyler, meat of the Intention to build an in dependent line indicates that mm the ~ ffmm hy wBivii th* milk operation the megnl- s— i«iAaaa(rf, of th* oiinpany la author- statement that the annual the Klrby Lumber company annual cotton 'onnage of The...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 11 December 1903

mmsEmm snsMMNm^Mm i'^^4iwijppcw«pe^Kpm^ -at;, ■ - 5íí|Í i'* >k 'niWBTrnr.; ■,. m DEC. 11, 1903. ' ' . ' '• •■■ ' - S: :1ÍL"■ nllTt^ i. ■I We «re running * .papar for a living. trying to «void taking a clerk ship at Austin every two yearn and peddling rotten tomatoes every sum •" jm v SLIOHTLY INCONSISTENT, la now a matter of ancient bte that Postmaster Looney re- the postofflce department to an appropriation tor the |pBi0ther and badly needed J|'<ls also a matter of antiquity the said poatoffice department * Mr. Looney's request and tar him to install his new clerk last The day before the new was to assume his duties, how- the fourth assistant postmaster 1. one Brlstow, was deep in the after evidence to convict car of robbery, graft- other such small, good morals and the 'a money, when It suddenly oc- to him—like It onoe did to THE OIRL WHO TROD ON A A poor child of a proud nature w as raised by a wealth relative, and Hhc had all her heart desired. Her relatives sent her to th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 11 December 1903

wel- ji highway*. No •pent to bettor tor the public II *mm*1 mow to with an «y to a eyntem of ftrst-eiaee nothing Will disgust ' * road upon which M wnrtln not lenrned No matter edvatttag#'* given lo- hurí . imd roods ilwijm 1 mid to their rilu* TI everything In extetence ha* have their uee I • forceful, though ieeeon tor com- the benefits tlwt accrue ■■I --to lit moot and profitable way of i bad roed In my opinion. | a home and a good road to slty of party pt plause. ' : 'v The date and place of the National convention will he selected tomorrow. A number of communication were re- ceived by Secretary Perry Heath and «orne routine bunlnew transacted. General Drayton stated that he would not Introducá his resolution for re Auction In Southern representation In the convention. At I o'clock the com- mittee went In a body to the White House. This closed the proceedings tor the day. ■■ £(K dl it MM every jtato Hawaii. 1 rtlttgton occupying the present from territory -feicept 10 :?:r( on t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 11 December 1903

«iiéi amanana i >i A Attractions in lahle Merchan- for the ft ft ft LIDAYS The largest and best stock of MENS' and BQYS WEAR in/the ft ft ft C. B. Wilson Hid D. hare today from Lake lUBlnew visit. w , Col. P. 0. Rucker speaf yesterday In Orange from Beaumont and flour Lake. ■ ' ' ■ Harold Rein went to Beaumont yes- terday on business tor the Rala Lithographing company. We jure glad to note that President B. O. Ooodell, of the Orange Paper company, Is improving In health. Best mince meat and preserved fruits in Jam and bottles. O. W. Ball, Oreen Ave. Orocer. Both phones ISO. - ~ —l * : Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Hartls and little daughter arrived last night from La- cona, Ark., to visit Mrs. Hartls' ulster, Mrs. N. B. Warfleld. R. M. Williamson returned thta morning from Waco, where bis family 4000m* K-; ■ ; ■ 8w. Twomey, llvered a verj the Salvation WMIIiMl V9 at the Hitl day, ptoht «pie tett;.ipJS Cüiri.itlanlty, hat 1*10 | tlealar creeds to Jota te a movement thtags in the bible which ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 12 December 1903

mm Mmp- m MEMBCR OP TMI ASSOCIATED PRESS. rrr.TT ~ iNOE, TEXAS. SATURDAY AFTERNOON, DECEMBER 12. 1903 MMNHHMMMMMMMWMMH <iwmmmm*- .• Hi?1: j IWM w.. MM mmcsmmr. ¡TET the HABIT—GO TO ipi XjírfÉ||ji| ifi ÉiAfaii MiiWiff'K 'n-Vi-T'■, Vil^ ■ " V- ■ : WMmm rica Monhy ■M | MM' I I '¡'X¿V,'( I ' '';s'? ' >'' ( 1;, are six dozen pointed vtou«<-line 8loekh, «lites M. These ha vi* no pwr foundation for. fattcy Mocks now so popular. They «el! easily at 150 -nvh. Por Monday only, Price llC ? ■ evf ■■ ■ V . ' . ' ' Pfó-lswP; Uoe i w ! Holiday Slippers I bristmas Shopping in Earnest 'Ji?:;:??1' >J(W H7jee/ For Making Tenerii Teneriffe lace-m achieving much jiopularitj Now that there's the Proct Patent Wheel with it« convea surface, this I ace-making : much easier. You'll be sf" p«se4_ at its simplicity if you'll use Fhtry-Wlieel. Price 25C tits A Dsns Sort $1.75 you have choice two styles of ladies' UotrSK S I. 1 P PR KB. has solid leuthl^ple 3 oh tbe opera last One b;t$ a black; all- ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 12 December 1903

1MELY TO i Intended for UÜ i . I I I ears iWHHi ■bould reach this desk not I dtfNt Km: Mr- l." • ■' ".'.'M.iffl If anÉ clubs Have the directory, or itatákes as to time ,*kc.. Ríanse notify us and to make necessary cor- |Écl mmmwtowfá, :■ íw CLUB—Mrs. 1, President. Í Saturday afternoon at club rooms, Holland build- 127% Wtth street «a« ' CHAPTER, Ü. D. C. the first Wednesday of erery 3 o'clock at the home of the 6. W. Bholars K. K. ClfUS. Meets three times per second and fourth Wednesdays at homes of yarlous members In alpha- betic order are devoted to play. Every third Wednesday business meeting with Miss Chapman. •' k- EPWORTH LEAGUE OF TM1 M. «. Church South. Hold devotional meetings every Bun- day afternoon at 3 o'clock at the Ep- worth League rooms. Also meets every Thursday evening. Business meeting first Thursday in every month. ' and Divlsou CLUB—"Miss Emma Cur- Directress. •very Thursday evening with different members of the club In .C. T. U—Mrs. C. E. Blade, Presl- regularl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 12 December 1903

m MM mm w~ -'V* lisp Br .ffi j1 há 11 SÍ:'í#llil of people who uftdisputable OÜ mm gfsaliK • ¡ 1 ' ■ ; •• . i'!-. j ded and jammed our aisles every day of the week just GOOD RIGHT a. pi. the «hill of <•( U «i ing the great bulk of merchandise that hat gone out of our house this week, we can you next week, with onl> one or two exceptions, just the same as on the opening day of this GREEN TICKET SALE. addition to Green Ticket Prices all over the house, extra special inducements will be offered AND TUESDAY in our i PR ep&rtment DON'T MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY TO BUY YOUR CHRI8TMAS DRESS AT A PRICE SO LOW YOU WILL WONDER HOW WE DO IT. THIS IS HOW IT IS DONE: ■f HODGES WAY WE BUY AND SELL FOR CASH WE BUY AND SELL FOR LESS and JUST AS ADVERTISED 9 i X Tailor-Made Skirts c creen ticket nuces Hew lot just nniwd, bought spo- ol ! Cor tkli wk. Special offsrlogi tot Monday mmA Jneiday: $15.00 Silk Skirt, only one loft. Montey fl.W «R.S0 and 110.00 Skirt*. Mod- day and Tuesday to 03 *56, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 12 December 1903

Wfflím, R® - - 1 , rOF NEGRO RULE. i American péople who thlB great Republic ^ mad war to free the fiegro " the Southern states 4* the and to eonter on them polltl- social equality with the and who are still Jeoparding and prosperity to enforce Of equality, which i signally failed, were capable of anything, they would gain wisdom from the condition of Republic of Haytl. the first day of January, 1904. I have completed the first cent- Its national existence. Haytl ich colony, largely Inhabited slaves, who following the ex- of the French people In their •••'3 I-, , wfr fÜíl . Mm*) f, . > "/(*. I' ' fh* ROT* L HUMTtM. mm A Certain king's sftn, unkfcown to his father, was betrothed to whom he loved very much, and to whom he had given a ^ * But his father made him promise that he would marry a certala and then the old king died. The maiden heard of all this and grieved very much. She dlagUlsed herself and Joined the young Mag's J but upon the announcement of the coming princess she ta...

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