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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 18 December 1903

1 . —= ¡ctrráfe! AILROAD Hil m 1 III 'ú BWH mm pe IS IM M pffwsl I* ■:>, .*■ ; III w| Mis Banpioysr it flato oí _ «II lip the rate of I hw^ • the few month* Grlggsti attached to the Ann lie fit,«00 and $15,000 IK. at A. ■ON Of, constructed in Tatcaa w ~ wW*ww WWW W On a to the Hews. S, Vert "Worth, Ttxu, Dec. W.—E. H. V of Austin, president of the Trinity * Brgbos Valley, wan here to- day, the road haa been completed Into Cleburne and la being operated between Hillaboro and Meftla. The eera bare run a line south from to fliautnont. When asked if the road Would be run into Fort Worth, he said: "We wm talk of Fort Worth later. We are #ltbln twenty- eight miles of here now, and of course, intend making for the leading railroad points in the state. Ours is the only line ever built in Texas on a cahh MMfe, t. e., paying cash for everything as we go. with money enough on hand to complete it and equip it without nartng to tasue any bends." —— the company by W. H. Start, he was above spe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 18 December 1903

,«■' ri ' ? j .y. Br nr-m.-'i m • ( I I PVHPK4 i , u riwvlüm. ■.-■« : f I '■ ' ''-V '.'VlLu ■ ■'' ;l 1 •'¿y to the ^^Üoone¡íwlll malte lj§ the poatmsatershlp of Beau- Looney to the oldest ton of % J. Looney, and M and tor soma time putt baa ¡ the poaitlon of assistant city salas lor the Klrt y Lumber Company 8 ; fci ■ ■ :■"/ ■ . ... !■: ■ as ' ..í,: Mfi If thare is a more worthy or com- : young man In Southeast Texas Arch looney. the writer does not him. He is everything a young should be; a Arm friend, a dutl- I son and brother, a thorough gen- and an «wart accountant with ; few equals and no superiors. Mr. Looney, like his father, Is a Staunch republican and deserves wall WmfM* part s hands. But aalde flrom his polttloal affiliations, he to a man. i of him. Rigidly honest, scrupulously exact In his his fellowman and generous more unfortunate than himself, ; 4w to the beau (deal of what a South- ern gentleman should be. td his quulitlcutions for the po- > he seeks, bis present e...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 18 December 1903

? -f" I by HI. |ÍM: JVVIOI inthj i ibM. fes fcS l¿' gy „ M é 1 wnm fia' brol M&L- % % 9 *# F,# JliRRIIiiJMi I bad ten* to the the elréto al •Wit* of till#* and Tillage. One I formerly knew éAJk IAIIaw ©(■Sj®® • IOW, Khfewf |i. Wwl ¿¡k'dadi wanted to ask me a Question: "I admitted that 1 did make as mucb as that in twelve montbe. "•Well/ aaid he, 'It te remarkable what obeek and braes will dot "-New Tort Tribune. WAS MOT TOO POPULAR. ..... • •' • $*•: '•' •''eMbfiMafcfci ' Style of Preechlep That DM Net y'i ' JRéSOh A northerner visited a had an estate to the sooth, and ployed a large number of negroes, who wore treated with great kindness, bat who eooid net keep their hands from : 0*. 'm visitor attended their Sunday _ V after which the negro or asked him how he liked the The reply was complimentary, 1aaod. Then came the ro> « r established by Bureau at Orange. I have the honor to jour attention the fact ti name of your office is on the list to receive the "Emergency Warnings...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 18 December 1903

u$§$£Kp $mfc ~v: /• • v •• • *■■ lo I wm * can bo? ds IBS BHHdBSBI ^tó íS-..'kV>.v€ ÚMJAmwSKÍÍ ''Saf' W¿i " ■ bajapce on e«*y your money in í RSHB. t;' Mín the jwwfo years, and with present prospects ■ u there any reafon why yon can't participate in Property on thle terms 1 offer Í Come iSSSee me wk n you 'WJ ■I ' ■: ^fPSSvfc . 1 IfWflf Hi" . BEpMI Xtrii& :xta& ays .■}':&V> •*$>&•' "■? > iM® pM«! $y¿ n 'ífci fat «.whs- sift P i ,' ^ISS^sSÍííi^ sairvfesefiSi ^fljjjj íUs4'.® ■¡■ttcXOTMi HKMMHESfo' Sra 1KB lilPfS! ¡ra* :■ vi r f> ■MMMM !?5-5p?5S Do It Now flrnfflSlgR ... > KÉÉ9 , ' ,■ mm-- *: < " " l i i^KP iltó; m> ¿ «Í %sfeí; iiw£mb\i:dt¡h muSxSsffir«É&''M^/¿l2r4 These Points SECURITY OF FUNDS j0 ¡ST LIBERALITY OF HT CONSERVA •' ■ •*:#*: •'■ Ml^Íiífíátol ■ >-a * IÍSkI¡S$^¿8¡Í ;• / :<£? First National Bank mmimm ¿WfÑ&fo'l re' '|HR T^TTTSff? ;<■< 4 I1J 1111.111I JH .<■.. . 1 1 ' LOCAL AND PERSONAL. i; - 1 "' **• * * ■•*■• :...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 19 December 1903

v ■ m m 1 ^ ■ , 9 a sM ' ■ , '■V:-.. ■... jSyi 7;y " ■. , ORANOS. Slllfi ¡év m $•, f I :iii •>. .J a". miauaks^hr^^ hf1 gal élmás m mMm h ¡¿.¿p* !§nfp -. jmífc* iééi^y jübp ======33====== w-/;, .' . tft ' ,■:•>/' /í;íí jgssjís ff,#pg^fibgiyrffi"oftw| i.se "s' ____ — i*. m jbé sfes ?! b£¿= 227 - -u. !'$s $; V p¡| rachjrc' jm-daasfflthiw. " míík -fmfr "t ■ . limí..j...mí ,„■ • f ' ^ $®j ft, fililí .. :■■■ *'j^viptó /?£/íD EVERY LINE te- • •• '"■' ■■-' ' ' ' 1 - «íj , I^ay .. J • ' ' ,;•' . ....h'I.-Vv. EL"., rttWfflfflsSOT'' ;•? 3MMSu jí-',", 'M.i'{--i',':\. jt; .1 OF THIS AD. WELCOME HINTS ¿«wáíiJmtom \ fj m Mflmtwi ííw? i '■)*■ -m i i....... . . ■ pi I i" ii ■J..:.', '>"•■!'-m. ■"' ■ ■■ ii in " FANCY «■pip this is to be or not to be a dismissing topic, that is the question. We have arranged to make the solving of "what to buy" a most agreeable The quality of our offerings will appeal to prudent buyers who, by the way, ¡ve equally as much pleasure as the recipients will real...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 19 December 1903

Ü \ ■ . |V; " .-v ' . " < ¡My* •." 1 ' \ ■ '■ ■ 1 ' ■' /. '•' ' • ' . ' ■ i É¡§ ¡&P ' *"■£ !«' ' ¿l! K!T^ fe «Wuji ow—fc'vMfaÉÜk ti,. (Su 6' ~"\T" « ■! «$8¡5 fyssH' IM|| i),.* > A. Holland Pncldest. * •'W!MiWrEli^3wwfir^MlíP5.'T- Church mm a , ■ * *w, a*, #> 0 « # '<tnw * W .. ti ¿s#0É - •,, IIA CLUB—Mis Cor* ¡S^pfgT . Thursday evening with l members of the dub la e m at the different first Tuesday of the OeT- hmíwhi.* vr*'*^.* • •'V it hall at 7:10. the p each month at mj ■ ,. -j, ■ j%ajfc ^ . , LADIES' AIO SOCIETY — terlan. , '"•■ ■ Meato every Thursday afternoon at 2:30 at the homes at the > f Woman's htÁás weekly day at S o'clock at rSÉlRjPSHIll mmntm day tn each month. LADIES' AID SOCIETY—Soptlot Meets on the first and third Thrus- days of every month at homes of the espective atemben. -s.il cW®- LADIES' QUILO OF ST. Episcopal Church. ARKS every ^Friday afternoon at M„ c W Holo, President. Meets weekly, Mondar afternoons ft at 9 o'clock at ▲veto* "S ES STUDY ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 19 December 1903

L. ; a fit M-. w: ■HHHMnR,.,_. JL™Biru,imtfír1 ff-rttí* iitvvnur, jwiiv^kk. in&.'iJlHWifflRí J-G V J' V Wis.' ,-K'fra!'F _ msfti mm <"""""• mt m ' . 4 ' V-. . WÉOSfáiú be ac good as an> 1 ?. ■ mm 1111 r 1 . K'M ''$M*%' i $fi «ÍsS:«iap ■MMMM >IÍ.IÍ|P ÍI vTn ira m ##¿.45 to equal any $18 suit in Orange* - - - $12.95 teed to be as good as any $15 suit in , four days - $10.95 i ■'■' . •" ' to equal any $14.50 suit in Orange. $7.75 ■. /'■ ' ii§ S 1 i'!> '■'$& mm fflraKa ■' ■ .. -joe m , ■ i •CJJ..V-., . ,1 ¡i . V ¡¡gPSl i Mm dm & IHMwa _ ■ Our $7.50 suits are regular $10 days - - - 1 Next week, four - - $633 Our $5 suits are superior to many you see at $6.50 and $7. Our price next week, four days - ¿y y $4.12 iLnp ■ JBPPHIiHPP >n in Overco&ts Big reduction, in Boys' Suits m - li'k^ W&!M^ Big reduction in Tooths' Suits W. :?mm m m I .'■y. V; mtiti B i g reductions in Odd Pants w: m iHnnMiRinpiipppRpnnR i ÜK ¡pedal advance showing of spring hats now on ex...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 19 December 1903

the vote should be foe thousand ,000 poll find today only 18,000 poll , more Sill be said next eighteen days ¡ estimated, but if the . indifference continues d appear that the total -will not reach 20,- is a lamentable con- vince half of our citizens ! to exercise their prerog- d do their duty to tfye o one need be &iton> If he finds the voting Of the city pass into the Of men who haive been led up by the politicians, lile the seekers of power and are active, the conscien- citizen is asleep. It would a misfortune to find half of citizens disqualified from [ office of any kind, even a clerkship as that of eper for the Sewerage Unless a citizen pays . poll tax and becomes a reg- istered voter and actually votes at the election he is debarred, under recent rulings, from hold- ing any office. Youncr men would especially do well to Bee that they are in a position to it accept a service from the mu- nicipal and state government. There is no telling at what time they may desire empl...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 19 December 1903

mmm I' m sM' Ml' &S I ■ JrafiSJ j II | : , I- ái.; ' lie':. ' ■; '3 HS^ 9 I WviM SktSb pinpw^NPVMM MeMMfi! ORDER Or ilw^« I l ililí I Mill I i:4- mm. M ¿Vi® >' JILa_ IMP ': - "i" - IHpH ii MT . . ■ w mmmmmmmrn^m c ■ wmff mmmm — ■af tiiiwifelJfrfe **5*¿ .fR i' ' §dPÍM&É i 1111 • •**•: ' -j^viXW&r ney can procure ¿áÉte , . ^áj.N" '.wM <** liK MMMMMj IIMIÉIII lÉá ; r- « «M M';¡M^.-.r JBK*'. IV* secured tt jure enough repay atrip to come is made udoii the of Red Men. i 111 oleuutt and '•*; ®«>' ?T™ ra be JHHHHpWhi(ney Carnival Company f attractions, 15 In number, and of the very highest order. Nothing said, done or presented that could offend the sen- sibilities or hurt the feelings of the most aesthetic lady or gentleman .\ REMEMBER THE DATE Dcc. 28th to Jan. 2nd/ Inclusive SÍ '<* i : í- Thursday, Dec. 31st, is designated Secret Society day, when it is hoped the various orders throughout this section will meet and parade with the Order of Red Men of Orange ■! m....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 19 December 1903

nt *nc utct'88 y o pu ■ ! K1 IliiBH 4:11- ATTRACTIONS *x. wBm, wmtem iBQli Ü! 1 Headquarters lor Hardware. SÉ!«t&rk • . . ' ::r v. 'lÉaMÜiÜÍ CrMfitf Htm. i ■•>'&> ?■■•.<& GO DOWN TO I: . . begin. Don't wait one minute: "wAit" te burdensome. '' This will be the regalar monthly A«HH«n« In > Ifmm York **■ . . ■.. -frmitln mHi nounru his the dels had been raw by ' ,liiiii . «no £ : '.yj? BmmShhhhbI There hi • rumor abroad that the ed by MIsb Annie Bells. ■in* ta the program •'; ■■:■„■. ' ■ S.J A .V 5''.•• . ! A*'.' 3BT; X.VA& wtfSfe -i.5vV.-'V"' ' atoyj and let them sell you a Heater. If yen don't want a beater, buy a G¡ CooWng Stove. _.-r. ■•_< ■■■■fcMifcáV./M a Garland Range—The World's Best Boll call—Reaponded to with tloni on "Home Duties.*' Topic—"Domestic Science." Responsive reading on "Domestic Bad Hygiene m Virtue. * Bed Letter Oaya. a "V They handle the best. December 2 —Cwisade day. i' 'flaéal Conteat.il A number of young •ponded to into the sub...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 19 December 1903

^pV. jfel iy'í:-} ■bv •• i m r&WaattM I;; H i; ■. , 'v. k rífevWij 9 mm áu®. IJWÓHK Against "Docking." er ey Society for the Cruelty to Animals la IgltBlt Qtt swfc^,* *' '#4k§A r' WllWt* N; ¡■.^ T'-Wi-.JB J[i;!j',.V:[';■'■■ 1 * ' frvVíAw|ft«y« ^xrrrrrr&mw*. talla docked. Wm • "'••• "• A M'Im ofeiMe «m nrirnfl I -4ÍFJPWW i boiling." MI ' Toar name stamped lia COM V«l Itln ,.«|' pocKfrí oooic, cara cnoVf Mini" or of any kind for 2S canta. *• '" ^rifeÉÉÉ': I . :,■' '..;;/LITHO. CO. Holland Hotel Arrivals. N. A. Dane, Delias. ladleataa ***** furnished asart- to( . - —|g itrH be had. The objaat ta to United Haw amy. r.tJtr — 1W Re*. George F. Paneoaat, ft O, : a yon." -latitat "I must p t ' km UN« AJV •a® lie had O. De ■sí; fflwk 'sütuír^ál at 7 p. 7:30 p. m. at 11 a. m. and 7:30 by Bro. W. H. Bddlf- School at 3 p. m. E. B. PAYNB. Ogden, ta Lei pele, Oermaay, rf pn*IWtoi "tf tt> ypORa Weefa ti trie can elsewhere S. C. Dnnlap, Dallad. Vita Slaughter, Auetla. X B. Pollock, Beaum...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 19 December 1903

Ifv •« J pip &i Kii set of tools Md down to-.v..*.-- Bol f'4 torn 4>M,KUMi lOcf „ rickel plated safe banltS with con " ' « * 24c, down to*.......... 7c i of every description - | Anrious bride in cycle carrtafe, lpv*'TH m bend, body and arms, only 02c Walking beetle, move all ais lees M ' " OO. ■* • t I • ..... .. .. .. • •• «... **v 1 El 1 fÜ is w O ,v>í*iíí"S¿* Y.1 '.JSí.WttífUWi <WT •• 1 r • t ■ ■ ;<g W ■I ■ m '' i f !! I I ** lírTUlUflll MU f n If JtliMiMlir «111 it l§* ipBfcpif ffU, *. • «« «."...... "'1 or more in spring wind, 2 wheels, only........ 24c SoUcey and rider, runs in circular di- rection ... • 82c Acrobats on borisontal bar, only.... 26c Japanese Jin Rickshaw, moving legs and body, adjustible top cover,-very ""** — ;• 28c U— —onl ^* • • ••«'........ .. < _ t boats .wx •< .* .. Toy cannons 5SS - • • ••••••■••• 4c ient of acrdbktso* trapeeae.. .. 26c ' " ;...L¥C 6c «§#'■ .tto' aur Is on tinsel cords, bisque head, revives and plays tnne 28c inim ...

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

m vm j. twst&W' MONDAY THI _____ «ir Jvtyfv.'' &ÍSau BPhs# SffiBlB mmmm IJlPllWPWPiWI fmbrn^r' if ipl ■mm — "T *££ PMi two of |t« tUm •ture" !■ into hysterics • Dream," will iinui ■ÜMld IB you Me oa the aereen linirlnn Iflatiifia ' - f":' and «II this week the follow- or uwvHi ^i^wwsww M tkg ilahinit bntldfui: Üte PiM Express," Krom HU Wl|** "Joke Mi • m0dm <mk Patü Nflrrow 1'lirn.na" "fltiiffe in Grand Centón," "Joke on «•" . "Indian inkiu, Dance'' "Com. Harvest In Tease,"- "A Good Shave," "California LUBltfd Train," Fuller s Würt Daaoe" aed "The r=r ~r* wpfg = r-rr: WM mysterious appearing I The white .«TO nude a What-le-lt reporter encountered who aeemed lilimilf who dsrtetf found by Crane In e beck alley the would-be Murderer waa placed wue raised mm Jab* aAMak Owl ftOrQW teto • saloon i Uti ttornlnf nd plftad iwfully carrying a plato! displaytag Srearm* .Rat' ass amounted «o $4180. Ah hooo as court waa through with him fn charge by Deputy r wwi iMsun By the time ■twi...

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

ÍIBÍSMIHM ■ áÍ.V,1NIM4(JÉümM •'V ^'V^Vr'*' -F}/' 'V ' / ' '' '■ "" I ■]''■■■'-■ ukX.; . < / íT . .w,-—: • ; -S V- V i-- * T-' '* '* fenWT' •. i '■ •• km* «K&riJ ' £§L,Ú -ijjL* !u Mil 4''. ' iV^í' Wl HEf y i f i '1 ® i I f. „ ,T, >\ I i J* Pf*jr MHW their h varlo'us sisea, from tbe lnslg i ¿ft..' • .^*W#¡ mam I, X W . • life fefe® 1' jsnireTM íiSP "V t ^^ , l-J., bUROANT riK our d0M("ilÉI>' gtveews «o hear ¡Su* ' at the other profits on his only H the "personal which this , hSn^ in the along on such a pftttal sum? nil iiiill ilium ' " 1 "MM £ ihiiihi ii ni i n 11 T J ANDERfciON, G«n P 4k T; is mm to he wwkmwi corneas, or go to the do their trading. A business «own, ] considerable «¿atinge ■I vm& with tbolr habits one am in ¿he pity, stated to.| writer today that it is a faet that of the negroes who a on tbe streets, especially after carry pistols concealed their persons, The oflaen, no don! into the county hostile sad matt them work on the county roads untH the Taw- ...

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

1 I I mp BROTHERS' STRANGE REUNION. , a£ V'*im /' <i Kfi m aonwi :m afidt huí .U,', PNttie* am msde curtly «I patties. Ta <** «nip ol of turkey grevy ■ roed* rich by * Of butter; mm sail a tlltl* flour; poor fulo |*Ml «ml wk- In a quick oven HKk'i war. ll-Éi HH 1 fmmdt Hi ™. to r '^^99 ■ ji, fit t, %pOT| I told him I vould ■MMMI bora That vendt bW"'~! H« looked dhen ia Iw undt _ IU/- gflí>T ^ I'M u see IMPMMgfcM'lfr MdMNMl Joaeph and Abnar Whaafoek Meat on t Train After Peculiar .Jm tVgfW lly *&e reunited Ju t before reacfctng t/w Angeles on * Union Psd|)c eolonlat excursion yes- tn Vermont, when tbe elvO far broke ont, Joseph Wheeloek, Thomas Wheeloek and Abner Wheel- lived on a farm In Rutland county. «rae 24, and Joseph, 21, the hand of a girl liv- ing farm. broke out In 1861, lleted In tb* same iy and, regiment of Vermont ■Pf on aick leave Wheeloek márried the girt his brother considered engaged to blm- a want ad to Tbe column. It «01 ooat you bat a JMr «Santa and y...

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

ij)*C jk. \ ■ EBB lili :otir Ea^' 8&M m nHw Wm Ww wys -mi — f''• ■ '-V:'t '«IHkMMMM f iJP RfiRBlI lili ilir P;pf •: > :; :• - mmmm ??4iíSj| ' Tool JSk * mm ete set of tools \ 24c down to...... 6c Stove# •• • •• ...••.... 10c Nickel plated We banks with com- bination, 4®c, 24c, down to 7c Automobiles of every description Anxious bride in cycle carriage, brightly painted, moving bride's head, body and arm* only......... die Walking beetle, moves all six legs and wings .......................... 22c Walking monkey wjjth ball and stick 85c Painted gunboat, 2 stacks, 1 cannon, spring wind, 2 wheels, only ; 24c Sulkey and rider, runs in circular di- rections ..««««.«*«. .. 82c Acrobats on horizontal bar, only — 25c Japanese Jin Rickshaw, moving legs and body, adjustible top cover, very attractive * ■28c Toy magic lanterns, only bbamrock yacht sail boats Toy sau Assortutv. Toy uiusjj —ny-B—- , Toy pia.r¿/ duly Musi vSv ^ WmSIi ' m IG J to 19th and to gofas lasts. Any customer buying...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 22 December 1903

ir1" MCMBCK OP TH associated PRKSS. m d ;Iit 1 == ac nniiiiir " mfmMwv . : — -zm Everything of trusted to Us ■Hill rc Yo Share of < mÜMi-jX: wotJ&'V VJ", mrn MUSICAL FEAST. ANGE, TEXAS. TUESDAY AFTERNOON. DECEMBER 22. 1903 = NUMBER 229 g Nature En- vés Our Beit Alten- Glad to Have a nets. .ANGE. TEXAS f: ! ^ *. SuuummiJttiifcMi i a uxijutt i > tiJtimmujuuuuuuiAu: = CHANOS OP SCHEDULE. ; From S:S0 a. m. • p. m. Tbe Southern Pacific announces that Ivs January 3d 11m «act temad Urals No. «, leaving Houston at 3:30 a. m., will be chaaged to toave : at < p. m. Tbla trato will maka the tria bitWMo Houston lad i- 1*7ing mr nt Beaumont nsUI morn toe whan It wlU depart for >1' Orleans at • o'clock a. Hu ! rtva to Beaumont at t:H p. ■■f Tbe Tfrrri to relieve the through trato No, t leav lag Houetos for typw Orleana at 7:16 p. m., aad «bleb tima bo- Houston aad New Orleans near- • ,v, '• tf Imfef as I Otber changas incident to tbis one may be made—Houston Chronicle. This change...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 22 December 1903

Kim § l uv x-vWtolBce St ' 4'''"WBiipS Subscript Ian VUrtes. Year '■> Wt.au , Three Mouth* at 50 Months 8 00 One Month 60 Advcrtlwine Kate* on Application wS Every Atiernoon. Kundavu Excepted. ■ lUUrffc.1---. ■' ' ■■ 8^ IANQE, TEXAS, DEC. 22, 1903. should A RIVERS AND HARBORS BILL. Sunday's Houston Post contains editorial on the rivers and harbors which is so good in Its entire- 'twould spoil It to clip it from It or to give a synopsis of It. It Is s6 ■ly what we wished to say on the WUne subject and couched in terms upon which wo could not posBlbly in* prove, we feel that the best interests of'our readers will be srved by running It lust as wrlttn. A careful perusal of it will show that Managing Editor Hobby writes as he feels, for the good of all Southeast Texas: "The administration's scheme to it the passage of a river and har- bill at this session of congress be defeated. It is a political play pure and simple and Bbould be re- Carded and treated as such. •While spending a gr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 22 December 1903

WnwM v:« r :°nj I J4E -|pf' f%fU MP®9 as VN TO ! ilet. . fjw v and I«™¿¿ í ; 'l''''íi,jvií?i:,t:{ií- l^fwS^Wk :'/}■ >#¿ :| ' : PiV I """""tfliiV IP RHRBUr^- f ,/- -V- ™w Jiltir, buy A Gsrlakd Cooking Bt you *?lll do the proper thing you will buy Hand Range—The World's Best. , and see their 1H& of Bug&fet and Harness. ty handle the bei ig Fi IT FORGET THE PLACE Orange and Implement Co. WFTH STREET. #' v 0<rw¿ A GOOD MOUNTING is veryjimportant in select- ing any kind of tools, but Carving fVT „ Since Adam and Ere aU the trouble began, Though trottlag in single or double, A woman can make a big fool of a man. But sometimes he ««res her the trouble. His Christmas are seen*so much that fine handles and strong, pretty mounting is needed. II yon have not yet secured one< of these please call see then. 1 A look tt our CHRISTMAS ATTRACTIONS ^'Um beat niece to bur nrssonts ! MPWV WntuJ MI1IPWBMI gk Sabine Supply Company Headqurters for Hirdwire. "Ser ta Sopgfag TSÉNh hla m>...

Publication Title: Orange Daily Tribune
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 22 December 1903

' '"'i ,;V; '-r- ''■'.''I® v ^ lar SECURITY OF FUNDS .<«I 1st liberality of treatment «jej mm w Conservatism of management jtel® ■ JvFm Hf Em I'..; TV rc >ar cantal ceosidsratlen. They ksve toss closely lollowsd by ths FiRST NATIONAL BANK ' to stlflbatad its YOUI BUSINESS IS MUCIYt 1 *. ■ S ■ ' # # MÉtl 8 MSI ' • SPECIAL tor this week 20 PER CENT OFF on our entire stock of Boys' Clothing 4-H 111 lTfl-H 1-14444 + LOCAL AND PERSONAL. 4. + ■IHI j„| ,1,1,1, H-I-.I.-I-.M-H-l- Your name in Qold r<M leather card case, purse or book, Car 25 cents. Have your Christmas presents of thia kind marked. REIN LITHO. CO R. L. Dicks, of New Orleans, is spending the day here on business. Hiss Minnie Stephens returned home to Lake Charles this morning. Mrs. E. J. Looney has returned from Beaumont, where she spent several let i ves. Mrs. J. A. Grlmaldl, of Village. Tex., is in the city for a few days visit with friends. A- , Mr. and Mrs. John G. Warfield and Child have returned from Bolton and ...

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