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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 16 October 1903

mMiWWt y*mm$R$$bmwirm* ■ ■-;- • >c íw^¡.:_ÍV/MV**wfei P3PSÍ fe A ' a®M I «§ iwlSlM vv Üi Si " >v.v.!íi '.^,:t..',' ! iff': Y ssPfeí^&i í'/; = •$$$& ¡ ■ .• •, ^•v!, Y '4: .*.'. '. . II"I ' ■ '"lltllVl It • '• •• v '-r, '••vi ib'. ¿& >í'v *$3 mmJ m «ifc® i í3i¿. sí| .■ . ' v'.. Uvv) ÉMnpl fífSS ES® lis! % Hp WÉWi i®®: s fieü ® ••. - W,h. ure «s Money in the Bank 8 AN INVESTMENT IN ORANGE CITY PROPERTY. Over two hundred people have taken advantage of my monthly payment plan to purchase lots. One hundred and fifty have paid up. One hundred have not alone paid up, but have built homes; the other fifty are paying right along and will soon be in the paid up class. All these people€ave something to show for the past few years' work. How ahput you who didn't buy ? Did you nave tjie money? Have you got it in the bank, ot1 bid away in a stocking? Take an Inventory sy d you will find that you did not save a cent, and are no better off than you were several years ago. After ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 16 October 1903

-v:,f rr ■ Tom BUSINESS IS SOLH ■ pm . ¡i"m Wt stüht tofce CattMi, Prompt CsrtiM tmi • Liberal at Csetutest with AkMtac ~«tty. TRAIN SCHEDULE. . Southern Pacific. tbound— Arrives. .4 1:16 p.m. . 6 7:00 a.m. >8 •«'....10:58p.m. .10 9:60a.m. Arrives. • 3 «•#* &! 16 .6 ... 6:o3 Wo. 7 ♦• • .. •-• •......■ ■.. 6: W#' ® • • • • i*p.m. jQtfngt A Northwestern. , 21, lv. Orange 6:30 s. m., ar. 8:45 a. m. No. 1, lv. Buna 1:30 p. m., ar. Or- 8:46 p. m. I ok out for the the Blijzard! 'Borp/e, m >x tt mm Local and Personal. I |év M Cabinet Photos fl.60 doz. Onnstream. Mrs. Dr. Mervln Reeves, of Victoria, Is spending the week In the dty, the guest of Mrs. Claude E. Barnes. Cold Wave gomtag! Be prepared. Borne, the Clothes Doctor, phone 71, will fix 'em right. tf y... Lawrence Downey has accepted a position an salesman in L. MOler's store. Lawrence is a painstaking sales- man and will make a good man for the place. Mrs. E. A. Cheatham left for Burke- ville, Newton county, last night to s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 17 October 1903

Á HRHM.—..., • -JWíVí k llfjpg j& ^ ■ i |g':ms, •R OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. :ánflb mm m i SATURDAY AFTERNOON. OCTOBER 17, í 03 «11 '< X'<'t '}j\C M *te #«4ríf ¡wW Ssfev-fó Co.. Beau Texas. NUMBER 174 ——v— ME HERE CRESTING OFFERINGS NOW. PwlPN É"M C J ♦ ,Km ! v;\ >:v W mwMl - 'HETHER you buy "popular price merchandise or fine stylish goods, now is a time that wc welcome a most rigid test of our claim for your patronage. Fall merchandise is h^re in abundance. Those little distinctions in style and attractiveness so conspicuous in our better goods, surely will attract your interest. While the standard erf quality throughout ou| store has been retained—in fact, slightly elevated this season, we have cautiously refrained from ■ . < i i | I . || |.| « { ' ' D ¿adié# Silk Waist The Latest Hit I rv our hats, incidental to giving vent to self-complimentary expressions about our prices, we prefer your personal investigation to inspire your own opinion. Read on for a cue. —— TH...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 17 October 1903

ii mí mili i in ' IA L AND PERSONAL NOTES TIMELY fOPICS All communications Intended for this department should be addressed llu. W T. m>ii(.Aiu>. care the Tribune, and lb Insure Insertion In the current laaue should reach this desk not litter than Friday noon. — ■ FiwuM;',■ — mm*m t or to Mrs. Easterling In At I hope to maintain the set and continue to make thin i interesting page, to 4t.be ladles e%> blly. If you fall to And here some icle'that should have been Inserted be cure It would have been right in had the editor been Informed in ie. If It Is anything in the line of fashions we will consult the Delinea- tor or Ladles' Home Journal and tell you all about it. If it Is skin food or hair tonic, the Brown Book and the Houston .Post will contribute their share. If it Ib something else of which we know nothing, we wttl still do) our best to telLflJuwst^iC "T) (f Anyjagfiatnew phone 110 will ve c§¿M!^our Immediate attention. MRS. W. T. POLLARD. Personal. Mrs. C. W. Hole has...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 17 October 1903

■S- hH8| )U sW lolders, T>ou ter need.. , ~ «. ' .. ' d Meerschaum Stems, and in fact ing Tobacc6s-j—we 91 IIS is*t; ■ an the ffwpi Imitation Mummtss. The recent discovery by tbe French police of a mummy factory at Mob- .•ouge, near parte, baa caused no little consternation among owner of these somewhat grewsome curloaftlea. tt la said to be wetlntgh Impossible to dis- tinguish tbe product of the factory from the genuine article, and hun- dred* of public inatitutiona ,and thou* a of private collectora and deal- era «re believed to have been vio- tlmlsed. ,r- ^-ss £ csrirs; " Bngagemsnt Bracelet. ignera have been busy with love and their ayubola, aaya the Star. The engagement ring never loae Its favor, but are now several novelties In the way of engagement gifts that vie with tbe rlág for popularity. A pretty Idea is tbe curb bracelet with the heart In which repoaes the portrait of giver. SfO harvest alt tbe The Kfcb- ■ Facte ae to Crfme. The number of crimes Increases necessarily...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 17 October 1903

Application. «I W SO . Sundays Excepted. TEXAS, OCT. 17, 1#C3. THE TABLES TURNED. WmMW'1 .'.mi t country has for the past several enjoyed a -period of almost un- seated prosperity, and, as a re- , every Industry in the country has oyed a phenomenal growth. The Iron and Bteel plants, the textile tries and, in fact, all classes of nufactures have experienced an era activity which not only ke.it all the' idern planta .In .operation, but en- abled old establishments which for years have lain idle to rehabilitate •íhemaelvea and resume operations on a paying basis. ' , particularly has this been so in the building trades. For a time the rush of structural work In the great cen- ters was such that It. was Impossible H| to secure adequate labor to'cemplete contracts. Labor took advantage of this nnus- ual condition of affaire and as a result the country has suffered from a veri- table epidemic of strikes. Never In the history of the industrial world has such high wages for labor of all kin...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 17 October 1903

ÜP > and ■Upóme- toinvesti- bouse filled *11 of the it the door In ill the dining "t open and rat • all night fe ■MU A «fe é- M4 tree tea i the most and did until last e _ k* 19 Ctafk. iwfip VmUUBmm ivw#s but Ilk t rBOO, reserv- ual tiu* ivn.aiuuv. i lor the emerg >f an idea out of his thought, says the tn< J our nál* accordance with this is a ent once made by a speak at an educational meeing. '♦The best educated person in foorn will not use more than 700 words.' And he ad- t an ignorant man would not use more than 800 or 400. Some years ago a writer in the Chautauquan said: "It is estimated that an English farm hand has a vocabulary limited to 800 words. An American workman who reads the news- is may command from 700 to the fact that I? V500 word** Five thousand th¿ w«n<W twfnr ísa large numberevenforan edu* 0 Deiore catw(j reader or speaker. " This is a step forward, yet is «till seems a far cry to Shakespeare's vocabulary of 15,000 word , or evtn to Milton's 9000. Any...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 17 October 1903

■■MM i take the " " prep- paregorlc, of laudanum; those s It and Inhale the fume and those who take Injections oí morphia. The smokers—comprise number of victims. . Jeliffe of the New Ybrk city hos- estimates that fully 30,000 people i that city are addicted to the opium bit tn some form. The annual sale opium In Vermont is equivalent, according to the doctor, to a grain tor every adult in tho state, an amount obviously far greater than can be ac- apunted for by its consumption for medicinal purposes. Some slaves of the drug take it regularly every day; oithers have periodical sprees similar to those of the alcohol drinker. NOT A WOMAN HATER. One Man's Constancy to the Dead Wife of His Youth. He was seated beneath one of the .great oaks in the park. He heard his name spoken jf,- two men walked by on theJfFfier' side of the tree. They llscussing a bit of gossip about which appeared On an afternoon "It'll be denied as a fake tomorrow. The papers are always saying that he Is engaged to...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 17 October 1903

MMT 'wfp' ''''■ ii * iTifiwrr iirnTummininirw—rtBitrin—ariwi~r «"■■i P. i 'I11 iS 1 :fí'; ¿1: nm MbSW^S™ hi J#:? I ' s« «lililí • «« v'''' $fi 'Y" I v ' ■■ -M ■;'" hhhBBKK^ '""vjfl'1 $v JUKm Mmmimsi HÜ ' TP: SaBI PBS! 9H11 wfeji ■>;' *• I 'Ttii'i '■' iliUn; Í.«A " > tfJ '■¿mMm ¡P* mmmmm i .11 iiini , - .)( It Now feliÉliáliÉlfl m vfe i- p$¡Sí ' $■'•. •■ ■'- '*' " • ' Ik '" \V >, (•,'. | i"WV •'•■.. .{1.1 if./ f.'ü' ,VA ;¡H . ■:0í phihíiií §P m* J. SiMSi .ViJ./'," mmmmm mrnmm'-, ¿::8 '... ■W - ■' «.-!>■■; >• .. . Ío'fO &:S& ,$ , ... f gMfM kIMh aS^Ki — —i i i mmm are as Money in the Bank 8 AN INVESTMENT IN ORANGE CITY PROPERTY. Over two hundred people have f taken advantage oí my monthly payment plan/to purchase lots. One hundred and fifty have paid up. One hundred have not alone paid up, but have built homes; the other fifty are paying right along and will soon be in the paid-up class. All these people have something to show for the past few years' work. How a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 17 October 1903

— 1 mmI —p mm —■9m «SW TV Wmm raightforward, honest merchandise Guarantee will result in bigger savings and more '¡¡i.:':55 —— ■pLjasWAgi m m Is?® 4i? Assemblage of values Wi*m V ¡bS^JW * Shoe Department >r~"' — We do not hesitate to say we have the best selection of shoes in Orang-e. Drew Selby Shoes for women are the best made at 2.00, 2.50, 3.00, 3.50 and 5.00 per pair. Try a pair of the Drew Selby. One pair will make you a per- manent customer at our shoe counter. School Shoes For Boys and Girls Little time was required In the selec- tion of this line as we know from past experience just who makes the beat. True we had to wait some months to have them made, bat now we hare them. Solid leather shoes aa low as 60c. Better grades 7Se, 1.00 1.8&. 1,00, 1.75 and 2.00 Btiy yonr school shoes from as; satis- faction guaranteed or money back. 1 mmmm The most complete up-to-date stock in the city. Mohair, Zibilines, Vigoroux, Cheviots,'Soliel, Prunnela, in fact all the new weaves a...

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

mMiiÉétth IBER OP THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. ■ ■ ■ ORANGE, TEXAS. MONDAY AFTERNOON* OCTOBER 19, 1903 NUMBER t If* idle (or old r saving proven by bun- 1 years of experience. This is ¿j > say once «güín that cjoney de- i in this savings bank will not rl<$l in a day, bat by rea- investments and rea- interest (4 por cent) will net comfortable income in the 1 oid age when labor in an et- when money malting Is out of 5 iQtttrtton. ^ y tlorva.1 B&nk oe 'W-,^ v; ' : . be- Ü at *;J *•*«. while about loin. had This was follow tlw wood aad reading of the L in atand before you today md that door end let the tji.it to aak who Chris* waá. not the aon of Old Joe, the car- we all knowT Thia la Jeatia, of Old Joe. Add they talked each other and they told him to get out of there, but be stood «till. And If you aay to me in New York, "Oet out of here,' 1 won't get. They •aid to ma ta Chicago they would drive me out of the city, but I told them tbe only way they could get me out would be to kill ...

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

Ttzu Matter ■•¿asr 1 ¡ Hate* on ¡Application. aster-.-?rap 1 Every Afternoon. Sunday* Excepted. ORANGE, TEXAS, OCT. 1®, 1903. A PLAIN STATEMENT. The following plain and able editor- ial from the pen of Hon. Henry Wet- ter son, of tbe Louisville Courier-Jour- nal. will prove of Interest to'the peo- ple of Orange and tbe entire Gulf Coaat country: "The netting aside of the Morgan' Hepburn bill, providing for the con ■traction of the Nlcaraguan canal—af ter it h^tj lower house of £angr«fes by an almost unanimous vote —and the substitution In room of it of the Spooner act, providing for the absorption of the French company and the construction of the Panama canal —was, whatever else it may or may not have been, a direct blow at the Gulf ports of the South. "Between these gulf ports of the South and our North Pacific ports, the Nicaragua route by comparison with the Panama route makes a saving of sail mileage enough to more than bal- ance the difference in transit time through the propon...

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

"" ^ y i \ I,/ HhMmh >mi £ &HM km mm y. m* as?. ■ V: L. I nnn fív"' '®r® .'.•.'•ÁÍ ~*í3$^'. « « - = — >'# ' ; « >*l as Money in the Bank S AN INVESTMENT IN ORANGE CITY PROPERTY. Over two hundred people have taken advantage of my monthly payment plan to purchase lots. One hundred and fifty have paid up. One hundred have not alone paid up, but have built homes; the other fifty are paying right along and will soon be in the paid-up class. All these people have something to show for the past few years' work. How about you who didn't buy ? Did you save the money ? Have you got it in the bank, or hid 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 neighbors saved and got a home, while you were saving nothing and getting just as good wages as they were. Orange has brighter prospects now than ever in its history. Now is the t...

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

, ■ n ■' í.-'í twBsBm. nV|WM Wc SfrWe te te CwNm, ClMH M* at Uk«m •• CmuiUbi With AMMrtr "«rtty. TRAIN SCHEDULE. Southern Paelflo. stbound— <o. 6r No* 8 • *'4' • •*••••**« No, 10 Westbound— No.8 • •.•«* Ko*6 ,••«••,*•••«.• • uro. 7 Wo.# Arrives. . 1:15 p.m. ,7:00 a.m. .10:58 p.m. . 8:50 a.m. Arrives. . 8:15 p.m. . 5:53 p.m • * • • • • ■ ■ Orange A Noj^Kwestsrn. No. JJc lv. Orange 6:30 a. m.. ar. «lía 8:45 a. m. No. 1, lv. Buna 1:30 p. m., ar. Or- ange 8:45 p. m. Henry E. De Kay, of Beaumont, spent Sunday In Orange, the guest of his brother, Contractor Louis F. De- Kay, who is sinking the well for the Citizens' Oil company. "The "Laurel Todd," the up-to-date parlor stove, at the 17-2t SABINE SUPPLY CO. Arch W. lx>oney, the popular and of- 6:86 a.m. JBclont superintendent of one of the 'O . ir — _íl" Xá" iwWir I untltnf Anmnnnn'n Tiooilttmnt * "Si mw4y K R m 40* ® g Local and Personal. | i Chas. S. Haggarty, the proprietor of the popular Haggarty shoe store at Beaumont, spent Su...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 20 October 1903

• - ft ^My, • 1 , ÍÍ S ■''^:|í^>í','.;■:'!/: ''■S MEMBER OP THE ASSOOlATtD PRESS. fM ===ra=:fc 11/im BE >•>8888808 TUESDAY AFTERNOON* OCTOBER 20,1903 NUMBER thrive lde tor old . saving proven by hun f yen of experience. Thi is again that money da- I savings bank will not a day, bat by rea- sata and rea- cent) will Hat Income in the ' old age when labor is an of- money making ia ont of IJ^A«ftJUJ AAAAAJiAAJJ.RJLK JAIL REPARIS. Mada to «agin Work V0!v'4P*4|ktfMlúifcjMttriÉmha , ''l'y /A 'i'I J'iU ■ VIIIWOTPJP*; ?'■' ■ ara being hauled and man repairing the Orange coun- Bverythlng will bo In readl- to begin work In the morning. buHdlng la ao dilapidated that it diagram to tho county and the commlsa toner* have decided to spend about 18000 on It, ^ompletaly overhaul- ' making It almoet a new atrae- ;■ . CANADIAN COMMISSIONERS RE FUSE TO SIGN AWARD. OFFICIAL AWARD SIGNED Wounded Man May Ola. lio tho man who waa «hot Ben Stakes, ia In a more tlon than waa flint report- examinatio...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 20 October 1903

i % INGE, TEXAS, OCT. 20, Ü03. WAT TIRSON'S BRAVE WORK. That evefy one in Texas and Iff^particularly along tbe Gulf Coast Country should feel a 4eep interest in tbe speedy dig- **ng of a Trans-oceanic canal is a conceded fact; that they are ing any active steps tow, ¿ring this m uch- to-be - dje^i red watenp^Js^hardly *sCs true. following timely editorial 'from this morning's Houston Post should be read and ponder p ed over by every patriotic citi- zen of Texas and the Gulf Coast Country; Every thief in the land is on the side of Panama. Not a dollar is bade of Nicaragua. This tell it own story. Where are you at. Mr. President t— Louisville Courier-Journal. Mr. Watterson is doing some brave work which no others seem to care about. That canal is a long way^ off—chronologic- ally, we fear,* as well as geo- graphically—and it is hard to work up interest in so dry a sub- ject as a South American water- way—begging pardon for tbe bull. It is now nearly a month since the expiration of the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 20 October 1903

■n gps vVf:é I ñmmm y?-úm ■ '• •'>r. ': •",■■-■ •• v. MPfii uklB w mi _ o It No1 m, - ■ :- ™H@a In the Bank . mm i® iifl íéiíí ■' ESwiill E> IKAf¡ Iwilwa lAáiilBir 8 AN INVESTMENT IN ORANGE CITY PROPERTY. Over two hundred people have taken advantage of my monthly payment plan to purchase lots. One hundred and fifty have paidi up- One hundred have not alone paid up, but have built homes; the other fifty are paying right along and will soon be in the paid-up class. All these people have p something to show for the past few years' work. How about you who didn't buy ? Did you «ave the money? Have you got it in the bank, or hid 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 neighbors saved and got a home, while you were saving nothing and getting just as good wages as they were. Orange has brighter prospects now than ever in its...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 20 October 1903

«I - ■ mmm YOUR BUSINESS IS SOLICITED. Prtwm Cantal nd «t Literal ai CaatuNst wltt AtieMr "tfrty. train schedule. / i4^0Uthcrn paclfíc. ¡rand— • Arrive . 4 1115 p«AD. 7:00 tt.m. 10:58 p.m. 1 .... * • t... .. 9i50 a.m. Arrives. 8:16p.m. • i. 5:53 p.m mmmmi • * *•«*.'« «••••*•••••• Si 5M5 a.m. P| :"e «•• • * S • p • «. « •#« • • • « 8:45 P-ro., .. y' Orange A Northwestern, /"* XI, IV. Orange 8:80 ...... 1| IT. 8:45 p. m. m., gr. p. m., ar. Or- Local and Personal. | High grade cabinet photoe $1.50 to 6 .00 dozen at A. OnnBtream's. 20-7 W. p. McFarland is rapidly making preparations to please his many cus- tomers for the coming Holiday season. Cllf King, of Bryan, Texas, is spend- ing a few days In Orange visiting with friends. Low prices and prompt attention to orders. Call up No. 1 for your stove; We put them up for you. 17.2t SABINE SUPPLY CO. Mm. E. G. Latchem and Mr. and Mrp. H. O. Sells, left this morning for San Latchem stardlu cmf wem f wshem wfy Antonio to attend the fair. Mrs....

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

. ■■ r . . ■ ■WW'. '■'■",I y-, -;Vv ««««Jéswm VpH 'Í-'EV — , 1 ■:, m ñ,¡ MEMBER OP THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. ORANGE. TEXAS. WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON. OCTOBER 21. 1903 NUMBER i: rrnnnm try we thrive Kail we provide for old Jy saving proven by hnn- i of year of experience. This is once again that money dé- la thi savings bank will hot i yon rich In a day, but by rea- l eareftil investment* and rea [ sonable Interest (4 per cent) will net a comfortable income In the old age when labor is an ef- when.money making is ont of Sj luestion. HH ^ >< [«.tional Ban k: ORANGE '■$ 1' \ 1 $100,000,0000 IMPROVEMENTS : •& WHAT THE 30UTHERN PACIFIC HAS BEEN ANO IS NOW DOING TO IMPROVE THE SERVICE A Resume of a Portion of the Vast Work Done In the Pest Few Years By This System. Pair Notes. Tana., will erect a building at the fefr , jfo , i Wiü make a complete fish ex- the Wortf* Fair. D. Walters, of La«raa«fe, named aa a member of the 1% Fair Commission. f National Retail Druggist ' As- will hold tta...

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

1 lili MMMH KM? "S on AtwillcaUim. . r Afternoon. Sundays Excepted. usas OCT. 21, 1903. iLE SAM'S NAVAL. BASES. attaches to the it's requiring the right to a trans-oceanic canal, wheth- the Nicaraguan or Panama It has tor the moment been for- that the Government now has way an undertaking of consider- > magnitude, one which 1b rendered I the more Important by reason of Its connection with the Isthmian :*ws Is no more nor less than the lug out of the Government's plan completing Its chain of naval sta- which are to control the Ingress agrees from the Carribean sea d the Gulf of Mexico. The Nary Department has been go- ing ahead with Its plans for the build- of a naval station at Guantanoma. and has taken all the necessary steps toward having the survey of the Alligator Island surveyed and Its chan- wm m ;; plftot Hi And thm not nnlHvflÍA li wiil arittorttaltKr '' ^ ''í take it upon themselves as indi- viduals to ask President Farwell of the Progressive League, tor some litera- tur...

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