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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 10 October 1903

fiwmm I (o Port Vsrnon iOllEefliwty.) p | MM, VKXU I! —• kT-LAW. at Oewrt Hwm J1, i . Stable - tocr Heating ' i a" V; ,U ''>| itn given. Job work ly attended to. All work S. I. BATCflELOA. ORANGE. TEXAS Hooting ¡I GBM ICC C1EAN in the Drinks, mn—n iRRY&SON, tec mus. "'K &úmm u*f >W" tor _ JB ■hell corn, piiti n, cut feed, pump water, n butter, saw wood and run sort of stationary machine ,t does not require more than to ten horse power. See t a saving can be made! No to pay to the miller for frln- but having the grain it is as wanted and gratul- A grain elevator may put in and the grain carried to elevator bins, whence it can be automatically fed to the mill, rapidly when the wind blows * and more slowly when the and power abates. The siving in labor of sawing a win- ter's supply of wood over the ax, or the wood-saw, will go a longways towards paying for the outfit. There is also a great saving of feed for the stock by iruuning It through a feed cutter, for which work t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 10 October 1903

m lyt fertíl: mm _t wm$ Wt in i mm vim!' M'&lfwflpj mm«fUi SifciAy.1 fSwK^íff y''V;o':" \W¡ fflMik ■m lí-yi: :,"V ■.' &■'. . -<i Kiií:Sí Wc can show y< best line of SHOES formen, women, chil- dren ever shown over —. an Orange counter. 1 Winter is fast approaching. You will need something new and warm in UNDERWEAR Hodges' Special for next week will be Ladies' Vests, fleece-lined, full bleached, worth 35c, our price for next week, 25c. are >>' 'v.., - wM a fll mm We guarantee our suits for $15 to equal any $25 suit sold in Orange today. We have Men's Suits as low as $2.50; Boys' Suitsas low as 50c. to lie. next week cotton waro. lot I6Í0, to 805, iTMi i M h *3/ * S 'mr y ñ I T1"*" ; mm. mmnmm wm BBr vsm --——--J SKIRTS 1 í | <r!' ' 11 -j ■%,,,* wt'- <\ New ftf*4 ut>*to-date. ranging In price from $1.00 up V.. -:/ to '♦ . *. : • . $3.50. We are determined to impress upon the minds of the people of Orange County the Hodges' way is the best GOOD GOODS! LOW PRI...

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

náii ¡ 1$ I* ^' • >r y'' * : í:4;;"4 ¿v>A''^/4t, - :-''í:'; .' ■ <Vü '-'Ni : ;. ;:i '' :i''' :'v ■ v' E. TEXÁ! Meen or tmí asbociatbd men. AFTERNOON, OCTOBER 12, 1903 for Old r saving proven by hun- i of experience. Thia Is •gain that money de- savings bank wiU not in • day, but by rea- in vest mente ami rea- interwt (4 per edit) wilt net ilfccome when labor is an ef- maklng it oat of mm?: Convention At Hani Your Dru9 -1 Mi OUTKAOM AND MUnpift ■ wi.'' 'nrfáiMaHiii-'"". v." ' - r;>'A- ■' 1 Relics today that tbS dike jjnUp^ip ¡11' oftlM «ttyi tonight, hot Qw air! In Wltmtftftwi, (lw Innecsnt Victim. hr«i. . ,:i5 f Dataware, October II. aged thirteen, the of PoHvh gerenta, j. waa found In a few aguarea of her home Wilmington thla morning. Investigation showed that been Maaulted end thrown Into water. Recovered ■HRR . IB a i MI <* «a «i M j_u ' 1 coDTeywi vj roof to nwfti ifeibJ of the the falla county to at leaat ■Hll l l l llll 1 1 I H I I By Associated Press Henna, Wyo...

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

ou Application. =¡ . Sunday* Excepted , TEXAS, OCT. 12, *1903. JAPAN AN DRUSSIA. Pro }t m New Orleans Picayune thinks In tbe conflict which now appears* table Japan's cause will not be utely hopeless and outllnes^tfaie >n thus: Now that matters actually look ser- in the Par East, the comparison een the Russian and Japanese becomes of Interest. Of course, .goes without saying that Russia has Ü larger fleet than Japan, but by no means all of the Russian fleet would be available in the Par East, while all the Japanese ships are actually on the scene. Russia would not dare t<? ■ J- >-etrip her Northern coast of ships any more than she would risk the entire Black sea fleet away from its station. Tbe only fair comparison between the fighting strength of the two coun- tries is to be found between the Rus- sian fleet actually in the neighborhood of Chínese waters and the Japanese fleet of effective vessels only.-In this comparison Russia by no means makes as good a showing as Japan...

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

S-A'fH :MMn ■JTV ^fccw+5|. bfiSáTO B« i® , a downright sham i schema Ilk* this, icherout a game |Sf « mlMl ftlBí HH HS: í RSm ' ÉRUCK ^kmv. ■AkftOVT KuiLMkAl ' PMONwT PnlPlw •HAwat, tiXAt t. J. WINGATB. - •ATUÁW. One* «t Court Hot *. — «MM • 4 Starks isfler Stable J® GRADE IBING •aid Hot W 1«f Keating i tes given. Job work Attended to. All work S.H. BATCHELOft, ORANGE. TEXAS Rooting , ■/'■nC Work*? HGBM ICE CBCAM : i m Mi Istka Drinkt <-mx J , fitful *n* n „ *r« you!" sh rebukes, ablase. It «ra I thought!" pleads ha. Ill 0j ,f Ill, H Bill I ■ ' Somebody's Sister 4 CM* An. ennmtf*. MM, b¡r Tfce AMhan fak. Oa. jttSUflea toil you of honor, H m What ÍW , who w^s th« hire stooped to wu incredible. The letter had received was evidently a for- gery. Who wis the forger and what the object 7 Abofe «11, where was she aowT "Filling to secure any further in- formation I left Brussels for Paris, placed the matter in the hands of skitlful detectives, and returned to Bdgland, but our mother urg...

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

■ MM ■ 49$^r!v! • Vv/Tl, W {;'fT<?, V 'i' 'it > ' t tarafttm «<lk «MMMr TRAIN 8CHCOULK. Southern Paclflo. _ Bijstbound-- II • 4^ . • • • • &«.-'®-e * • s;e • * • • p.m. jjp-s eee e^jM* *'m- • 8 • •• # • •'♦'•/•■••liO;68 p.m. .10 9: BO a.m. Westbound— Arrive . 8:16 pJB. Mo. 5 •«• • $tS3p.m 6:36 a.m. No.9 8:11 p.m. O rana* * Northwastorli. . W' NO. , It. Orange 6:30 a. m.. ar. Bmw 8:46 a. m. No. 1, !▼. Buna 1:80 p. mn ar. Or- *:« p. m. Mr*. W, V Sngur, Iter non Will and ■Master Jesse McLaln are here in the city from Lake Charles to spend sev- eral days among friends. Sain and Louis ^holers returned Saturday night from a combined busi- ness and pleasure visit to Lake Charlee. Local and Personal. § eoeoeeeeeoeeeeea WANTED — Several apprentice girls at the millinery parlors of Hiss Kath- reene Amann. tí Cabinet Photos $1.60 doz. Gun stream. E. R. Chaffee came in from Lahe Charles last night. , Bemember J.H.Peveto for house wlr- tag, repairing and electrical supplies. T. E. a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 13 October 1903

KB A ^ífl. ■ $ *7* •' li¡ -flíiW . F /Vp^l' ,f 4 ' wS I111S W'^WM MEMBER OP THE ASSOCIATE^ PRESS. 4 ORANGE, TEXAS. TUESDAY AFTERNOON. OCTOBER 13, Í903 NUMBER 171 s—1——;—r BBWBTBB'BBrfflBT t i $m • nil in i istry we thrive • I by thrift we provide for old Homely saving proven by bun- year* of experience. This Is once ágaln that money de- in thli savings bank will not i yon rich in a day, bat by rea- of careful Investment# and rea- 111 teres t (4 per cent) will net y tt * comfortable Income in the daya at Old age when labor Is an ef- when money making la oat of qaettion. ^ ^ ^ btiohál Bank BP -'/'' cjf.í , wises Orange Rlftee Meeting. The members of the Orange Rifle* am requested to bo oat tonight to the "fir weekly drills. Rrery mi ild elect himself a committee of o>U! to see that he attends toe drill*. r organisation can accom ing without plenty of prao- The Orange Rlflea want to b« crack company of the State and work to acoOmpllab that aim. i the ordinary course bearing tin Pres...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 13 October 1903

- '..V, oa Application. r Afternoon. Sundays Excepted. IANGE, TEXAS, OCT. 18, 1903. 4 MUMCirAL'MARVEL. t need hardly be said that It is Chi '1 willl" the landahle motto liTgrsat'oity'might very well.be ated by the teree declaration "Chicago isThe Btronghoiil . íng Btrenooua. In nothing i remarkable life shown better than its labor ""organization*, fit hats been truly "*sai d "that ChloagoTis "the beet organised city in the worldjieto labor. The labor organisations alone hold a membership of a quarter of , .a million. On labor day ¿hi year nearly two hundred thousand people were in the parade, fifteen thousand of whom were "women The vastneaa of this multitude iiT"hardly "conceiva- ble. The human""mind eran hardlv MM editor of i LooaEjbut who pursuits, has broke into w and is now editor of the Polk County News. Bro. Row la a good, all-round newspaper man and we are glad to welcome him batik into the fold of Bast Texas journalism.—Center New Bra. HH# And the oat came back. The ugly gi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 13 October 1903

'' í m tsm K91 w«4 thM* vBnwr; urte-coehere WUMon'w water tank, imntry. Ororly. grill i Hé borrow 11 from U ¡■■■llfeMlMUH i IT ■ ■■ n h i ■■ i • ron v union HBh to bay th.. Y . ' t : the bank "JOHN" Bf 8. B MeCmulúná. Mi UM> Tfea Aatban M. ÍWIW$85 m * BltUCE IIVI ;-5 ORAmt, TUAI W. J. WINGATB, ATTORNKY.AT.LAW. W mA)¡¡ M Court Hmim. Transfer Stable §&S< k ^ J| \ „ 1H GRADE 1BING i And Hot Water Heating given. Job work attended to. All work sd ' ; ; S. H. BATCHELOR, ORANGE, TEXAS ange Rooting Metal Works. HGBM ICC XtEAM Parlar ; In the Drinks, It. •. OARNU. I CURRY & SON, Marta , Uta aad ORANGE, TtXAS. ImKKmSM 'tótS'ítf'XS y&m r - «mm* tyfc - t i W> H.U Wm?*i WWBI' St U V 1 j! j ? !;T < S3W * ■ i 7 >70 . '-i w vrrr . • s. *i- ÍMÉÉMUMMttÉlMMMÉrihftÉÉÉB from head I «•d soma help?" Job Alllaoa straightened hlmaell from hie stooped position, leaned upou his scythe and looked critically at his r. M The roang man placed bis hand upon the top rail of the fence and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 13 October 1903

tere * «waft! TRAIN SCHEDULE. Southern FacHle. Artlvea. 1*1S p*m> 6 7:00 a.m. 18 «i• i • • • i• < i i• • • • • .10.58 p.D< '. 10 8¡W md, t bound— AMtVM. *•«« •« «!•. « r>* • * «• 8:15 p.n>. ** • • B«Mpm *7 ••■•« •••••.•••••••••• 8>MtiBt. Ora no* A Northwwtarn. No. 81, It. Orange 8:80 a. ar. Buna 8:46 a. m. No. 1, I*. Buna 1:80 p. m., ar. Or- 8:46 p. m. Local and Personal. m M Cabinet Photos fl.50 doz. Gunstream. Sam Herman, of Galveston, Is here today drumming up trade lor hla houbf;. Chas, E. Fargo, of Dallas, examiner / of national banks, is here today exam- ining the condition of the Orange banks. Dr. U. W. Brown went to Donner, La., this morning to be gone several days looking after lumber interests. I can fix 'em up and dye clothes. Borne, the Clothes Docttor, Telephone 71. tf John Addison, who has been 111 fbr the past three weeks with the typhoid ver, has gone to his home at Ham- mond, La., to recuperate. , «Mr. and Mrs; Charles Ingram, after \. a#WJding a w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 14 October 1903

. -Hr « + Special to The Trlb I 4* Laltf ChafrJea, La., ■ a .. - .v ,v> ^ yTTITS'B B'8'fl B'B'B wmM immfi y industry we thrive ° thrift we provide for old y saving proven by hun- of years of experience. This 1* ■ay «toe again that monen de- ported In this tarings bank will not make yon rich In a day, bat by ron- ton of careful investments and rea- interest (4 per cent) will net a comfortable income In the of old age when labor Is an ef when money making la ont of thfl atlMtioil * * Year Old Rifles ketd a ffy im- • meeting teat night at «t .O «Ky tell. e^Tenr old. for m m té mm Mm- ' IBER OP MeI k¿M$m THI AS900IATED FPIE89. WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON. OCTOBER 14, 1903 Howard Hotel Burned Today One Guest Leaped to. Death J. M. Nabors, Jr., of Mansfield* a Shoe Salesman is Dead- Robert Alexander, an Ametesr Fireman, Has Lef Broken—Loss $40,000. OIL AN oe remarte of 'htmfrt mad* a talk to the to attend the drills possible ta the drill*. WLCOME, SHRINK**. to Entertain Members the Mystic Orde...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 14 October 1903

m&m to stand S ate^====te nraHfifl,. ÜÍSL ftmsMS OCT. 14, IMS. SUBSIDING. 'the dispatches in The lgy would seem to Indl- chanceo are now excel- amicable settlement of lee between Russia and countries possess learn - diplomats, and with the Jot mutual concession a bet- between the two nations (vail. and war will be avoided ultimate triumph of diplomacy. Associated press some days ago outlined the situation for the benefit of the reading public, and affairs re- main today; In the light of the latest received from the East, in much the «ame condition. The Manchuria convention between Russian and China was signed April 8. 1902, and according to it the evacua- tion of the three Manchurlan provinces was to Iks carried out In three succes- sive periods of. months from the signing of the convention. A note from M. LeBsar. was appended to the convention declaring that , "if the Cbina government, notwithstanding assurances given It, violate* any ¡ion of the convention, the Rus- atan gover...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 14 October 1903

mm mm. mm & wmkt; mm m roP' 1 /¡I • <• ,.<& 'k$W:< Í§Í I&vJ! A BRUCE ! iti fr^ ttlWkMWvv'j ORANM, ttlm WINGATB. MBMRfe&K AYTOMNCV*AT*LAW. ' i;u:,.«■•'. ^ sh Honduras, cor-1 no !< Orleans Picayune. It Is — ■ .'■ ^ ; mm isfcr Stable i «ni Hoi Water Heating given. Job work Attended to. All work ttW jara.r7fck Ljjdk'i j j.':', 1 S.H. BATCHELOR, ORANGE. TEXAS Roofing v Works. ; GUI* ICE CBEAM Parlar ; in tJto Drinks, PlJtMMMi ■" iRRY&SON, ORANCe. TEMAS. I m. nteVsrism*, Pup. TNT f-VSif' :>jt HMttld and a time in Tosas when no ask the name of a new when |i was uncommon to >rn «14 law !-tes to explain hii what they , ere before going to Texas, but In the moat glorious at tk^afilgy Texas could never occupy Idedly unique position now to Spanish Honduras tropical land of mountains and evelopcd riches stands alone In Its friendly relations with those who can not rétaatn at home. There Is a gro tesque population and this adds great- ly to the romantic air o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 14 October 1903

Ijt1ITWI Pppi s< range, 3"e*a . roi/ir BUSINESS IS SOLICITED. CsrcM Md h USenil HttMUMI WM tlMMr "tftly rj,,,, ijV * !«««>. IUMI§& Tio«: per barrel of 162 lb ; 2.50; No. 3, 2.26; No. 4. 1.1 I, fancy, 2.75 to 3.25. ¡WñmK ml IN SCHEDULE. —— Arrives. I 1:15 pa. 7:00 a.m. i . .10;58p.m. •««•••• 9:50 Hitii. Arrives. B:U PJD. •«••••••••• •* ••*•«• 5:53 p.m 6:16 a.m. tf • * **•••••• •••••««• 8:46 p.m. - Sb tl . aiLi naa4« ■■ oning® a Nonnweiicm. £1. It. Onuge 6:30 a. m., ar. 8:45 a. m. 1, It. Buna 1:80 p. m., v. Or- 8:45 p. m. 9 Local and Personal, g Cabinet Photos 81.50 dos. Gunstresm. We are glad to note that Miss Pearl McCUnahan Is Improving. She has been very 111 tor the past week. 1 Gold Wave Coming! Be prepared, i Borne, the Clothes Doctor, phone 71, will fix 'em right. tf George Pearsall, of Terry, Is here a few days' visit. Mr. Pearsall has laid np for four months with the rheumatism and Is able to be about on crutches now. His numerous friends hope that he will -soon be ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 15 October 1903

<r tMrnwrnam. PI IB f rr^ EMBKK msrsz m OF THt ASSOCIATED PRESS. :-WmmWb* TEXAS. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. OCTOBER 15. 1903 = M —~~~ mW\ try rwgnmr ttiriv a- - .¿¿u, T H W4WHW<41 ,i„f.,l.l|.<.,i..|.,H.,Hl.H.4 ■Mi^l tla.^ ' JAW •PPW UMi' Qmj six miUm abort way ta T«* «I iMrwit tomakaaasw •ml. They Wt'lttH Of ft we provide for old 3 ly saving proven by han- % of experience. Tilia ta 1 pita that money de- in this savins* bank will not rich in a dar, bat by rea- oareful Investments and ren- in terest (4 par cent) will net a comfortable inoome in the at old age when labor is an ef- when money making •• out of Athm nMaaélrtn tbe question. ^ ^ ^ J ;• 1111 a.a ;; ■H-H* building of a now ayatam of yards auch aa wUl be naod at Echo, ia now en- gsgod with a hit toree of men In cut* ting a drainage ditch from the round honae to the rivar. a distance of ai mile. This ditch will he filiad with a thirty-Inch aewer pipe and la aspect* to drain the entire townalte when com* plated. there are ata ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 15 October 1903

ESHh# f m . Sunilayn Excepted, TBXAB, OCT. tí, 1*0 . I THE people of orange. I love the people of Texas and of and an sorrowful la leaving ttao* I vltall not go far. It mar «aid that I have been paid for any- and everything that I have said written for Orange, and so I have, I have believed It, and have bad heart in the work. A man who has colored visions six days In the must needs have a song In his >rt, and when he daily and hourly the mnslc to words, a perpetual val work* in his soul. I have from the first believed that a1«bright future was In store for Or- ange and I believe It no less firmly today. This 1b surely destined to make a large and populous city; and you can hasten this consummation by mutual helpfulness, and united effort for the promotion of every work which tends to the upbuilding of the city. This should be your religion. It is the true gospel of success. For myself, if my pen can be of no assistance to you In the future, it will never do you an injury. 1 thank...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 15 October 1903

' Hj if-'i 7 ¡ü >¡ I I ■Mrn.i Km® *ÉJ Ufe iH mm tefe * " lire as Money in the S AN INVESTMENT IN ORANGE CITY PROPERTY. Over two hundred people have taken advantage of my monthly payment pía to purchase lots. One hundred a$d fifty have paid up. One hundred have not alone jMkld up, but have built homes; the other fifty are paying tight along and will soon bé in'the paid-up class. All* these people have something to show "for the past few years' work. How about you wlo didn't buy ? Did you save the money ? Have you got it in the bank, or bid away in a stocking ? Take an inventory and you will find that you did not save a cent, and are no better off than you were several years ago. After doing this, come and see me and I will explain how your ind got a home, while you were saving nothing and getting just as good wages as they Now is the time to buy. I have 1 neighbors saved anc were. Orange has brighter prospects now than ever in its history. nearly two hundred well-located lots that...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 15 October 1903

5" cxas. fiM* BUSINESS IS SOLICITED. I* b* Cwtnn, ft** ! Carchi má at Literal u Cmuiimi wllti UHkk Mfaty. TRAIN SCHEDULE. Southern Paolflo. Arrives. 4 lilfi pjc. 6... 7:00 0.m. 10:58 p.m. 10 •••#••<••«•«•••••••••* 9!50ft4D. RMlffflstbotmd— ArrivM. • 8 •••••••••••••••«•• ••• 82IBpjBi. • 6 6:53 p*m. •.# • • eTC* •«* A'in. yfP'. • . •■•••••••••• 8 «48 p.m. | O rang A Northwestern. No. 21, It. Orange 8:80 a. m., ar. Buna 8:48 a. m. No. 1 If. Bona 1:80 p. m.# ar. Or- age 8:48 p. m. . Local and Personal. | IMMMtMM Cabinet Photos 91-60 dos. Gunstream. Prank Pfelffer returned laat night irom a business visit to Houston. Cold Wave gomlng! Be prepared. Borne, the Clothes Doctor, phone 71, Will fix 'em right. tf Was Sadie Feveto went to Vinton morning to toe gone several days relatives. W. P. McFarland is rapidly making preparations to please his many cus- tomers for the coming Holiday season. Capain Tom Davis and family went to the Lake on the Dura yesterday ev- ening and spent the night f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 16 October 1903

Wmñ ;W S ■ ■ THE AStOCIATKD PRESS. ses: —— immnmiyrrn í we thrive • thrift w* provide for old ' savin* proven by bun- ! years of experience. This 1 ain that money de- tn thb savin* bank will not rich in a day, bnt by rea- ' careful investment* and rea- i interest (4 per cent) will net a comfortable income in tbe I «f old age when labor is ap ef- when money making Is oat of Ion. wsná ^ 5 h Hl.lUJUIUJÜtf. M I IK, a. . ; of !■** dikes reclaimed only 2,800.000 aeres, «hile the Zuyder See dike will reclaim less than 600,000 aeres. That the 50.000,000 aires now annually ov lands along the mirnIksippi with comparativa ease, be re by tha government is fully ap- parent by the reports of «very engin- eering Investigation ever made. Oovj ernmant leaves* do not break, and in order tó reclaim this vast area, now largely impenetrable swamps, it would be necessary for the government to bring up to Its standard of construc- tion all Sta^s and private levees and to complete the line. The larger por-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 16 October 1903

latter Three Mont bu One Mouth i on Application. •II 8moon. Sunday Excepted. I 'VV. IANOE, TCXA8, OCT. 18, 1803. $ . tfí wsük Will Ml «ble ifilp Kent: RECLAIM MISSISSIPPI LANDS. HKffil On October 27th there will meet In Hew Orleans the most representative body of men of affairs that have ever athered In this city of conven- ía. mm* The occasion will be the meeting o# tile Inter-State Mississippi River Im- : provement and l^evoe Association. Governors of iífteen States, heads of several big railroad system's and sever- ulted States Senators and Repre- sentatives have signified their inten- tion of being present. Chairman Luce, of the executive committee, gives it as his opinion that upwards of two thousand delegates will be present, every one a man of prominence and weight In his respect- ive section. The object of the Mississippi Inter- State River Improvement and Levee Association In calling this convention Is to bring prominently before the Congress of the United States the great ...

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