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

'ff W; #5 r I } J ' li JWií Wllllt' ¡MiiM® iilll |8|ffiggjWg i ' ■ f/. ¿Sh t ■ ■> ®¿ B9 t£y- 7V ■Mmi Mmí 'V m i *1 !lllf«lS 9% ira f, Ma - ^131 .'■'íf ' ■íí , illlStfi wtóé: va, í3ií 5! ■ ■■■ '■'S ' '"tewafcáffl- w$r' «*■* as Money in the Bank w® 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 üp. One hundred have not alone paid up, but have built homes; the other fifty are paying right along and wfll soon be in the paid-up class. All these people have sontething to show for the past few years' work. How about you who didn't buy ? Did yqp save the money ? Have you got it in the bank, or hid away in a stocking ? -Take anUnventory and you will find that you did not save a cent, and are no better off than you\\re several years ago. After doing this, come and see me and I will explain how your neighbors saved ami got a home, frbile you were saving nothing and getting jus...

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

__ .STfi: -,,. • .' VJV'} * | •'.< F \:^% mmmmm mm iwte mmWmi , i'";"' ' : '.'"'"ft; I I H Liberal u Cmiislwn with Afrwtatr "«f K 1fC5M EDU L.E. P|j| *outbsm Pacific. Síf|l; Arrives. v,* • • • * • !• • ♦*'■••• • • 1i16 p.m. '• * • •* ••.«.«♦•, e •• •• .* 7100 Sutil i . .10i68 p.m. W-:\ ■■+ • • • • e e. a s'*-e e/S 9:50 a.m. í|<>PB||Í',#g w - • «•• • • • « • • • • 8:15 p.m. 5:&3 p.m •• «.•♦■•* *< «• «-f*<••-« • é.« 8t36ft.ni. 8*5 p.m. Orange 4 Horthwsetern. 21, It. Orange 9:30 a. m„ ar. 8:45 a. m. . 1, It. Buna 1:80 p. m., ar. Or- i p. m, • t ? A Peculiar Accident. : While ashore cutting some binders to be used for holding the "sinkers" to the "floaters" yesterday afternoon, Prank Craig, who operates a log rais- ing outfit on the river, became the vic- tim of a peculiar accident. His ax struck a yellow Jacket nest In some bushes nearby. The little insects flew Into his face causing him to drop the ax, whioh struck hte foot and almost severed the second toe ot the l...

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

mmw 1 ■ 91 I W H«Mll fte^l m 'Íaui¿H ■" ¿ás THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. ■i ' . iDAY AFTERNOON. OCTOBER 22, 1903 NUMBER i: Mr*. Spur Oct, 22.< old S has- * MM ' en money de- |k vrill not o( but by rea- ;i§i||w 6 (4 percent) will pet Inooiii#,! u labor in hp ef making ÍB out W o • V&. -I'N' ',7' ' *^ >« ^ inft.1 B&nk: tbe J i«f widow of ti H. Spu/geon, the here today. Dr. try 81, 1892. preacher, Spurgeon died Ji ' / i i riiiniima - Manning at Birmingham.' Birmingham,' Oct. 22/—Pell* Hall, alias Henry Jackson, waa hanged In the jail yard here this morning. His crime tu tbi murder of Norwood Clark, cotnnMm^r clerk In a con- struction camp on the Southern rail- way, two year* ago. Hall maintained his innocence to the last. SAN ANTONIO ill FEYER STRICKEN' THREE DEATH8 HAVE OCCURRED IN THE ALAMO ClTV, OFFICIAL STATEMENT HADE THE DOCTOR'S $ :¿m HI, (DAY'S GRAPHIC NEVS Trouble in Phlllpplnaa, Manila, Oftt. 22.—News has Just been received here that a band of la- dronea surprised the t...

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

HImmíWMMM OCT. 22, 1903. ORANGE NEEDS MOST. ■poo in both •ate tor the piext few days. It Is by conservative oil men tint oU will be «track within the next JOO feet. How'd yon like to be the oil When Mary of Magdala stood at the gateway near Simon's bouse in the streets of Jerusalem and looked with longing eyes at the Master, the rlw «Tjpeot many i Orange needs. She needs some rent houses about as bad •a town did. In a few weeks will be a large influx of South* Btftc Trainmen and their fnm- , Those men will run from Echo, new division p^lnt, five miles of Orange. They will want in Orange. Those with chil- will want to live here for the of our excellent schools and without children will come for social and other advantages ch Orange can offer tbem. From reliable source we learn there are new fifteen conductors alome who are «oote-mplatlng moving to Orange just soon as they can secure homeB. men will draw big salaries and them. Orange needs them and ■prepare for furnishing them ¡¡Wife*...

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

.Jar jwíJlH '■ '■1 >" StÚ&ffl'«:l'-' í> a' 14® K'AmiMkWwfk ' i ■' --.V 'lílí ' ' ;^|¡ . ....' r< i i Do It '.'• 'tV '■: ■ '■■'.< s) ' ••', ! iáfeí!$ sí * t S&& ¿ájfeii 'vi Mia ÍWHfft I—i ■ OK mmM/W, Í.|®ftfeA®pWfe y| v*9 rnmS mi$M I4 ' 'J . • fr H ' ÜS , I JC' .... ,'K ;>í; ífflS illfe 'lif'' 1 "M P§S fcl ■■1. ,A - > as Money in the Bank 8 AN INVESTMENT IN ORANGE CITt 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 yoü who didn't buy ? Did yon save the money ? Have you got it in the bank, or hid away^jj 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 ag<5. After doing this...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 22 October 1903

rai\0«, 3T«ca|^: YOUR BUSINESS tS SOLICITED. We Sttfcc ta to Ciirtmi, Frnept CartM md u Ukiril ai CaMMteat wltft «MI' "«fit*. • TRAIN SCHEDULE. Southern Pacific. id— Arrives. .* .. 1:16 p.m. . 6 7:tt0 a.m. .8 10:68 p.m. .10 ; ... 9:60 a.m. "Westbound— Arrives. J®* '81 • ♦ e •••'•'. • • • *• • '•*# •# • • • * 3:16 p.m. ka 6 • a t •••• *• <• 6:53 p.m Él*7 e-«•••••«••••••• •• • •• • S:86fc.iD. ■;% -e •••••••••••••••••••• 8:41 p.m. w J/,- Orange A Northwestern. No. 21, lv. Orange 6:80 a. m., ar. Buna 8:46 a. m. No. 1, lv. Bona 1:80 p. m., ar. Or- ange 8:46 p. m. The «tread of a love winds up with a tie. ^ « Mustard plasters come under the bead of drawing Instruments. uld be pretty snre of auy- feel in their bones. Local and Personal. - R. S. Plummer, state agent for tbe Equitable Life Assurance Association, is bere after spend- ing two months in Oentral Tex- as, He will make bis bead quarters here. High grade cabinet photos $1.60 to 16.00 dozen at A..GunBtream'b. 20-7 Contractor DeKa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 23 October 1903

i, 4>k industry we thrive % by thrift we protide for old age. Homely saving p*o*en by han dreil* of years of experience. This is to my once «gain that money de- posited in this Bavinirs bank will not Wake yon rich in a day, but by rea- son of careful Invert mental and rea sonable Interest (4 per cent) will net you « comfortable income In the days of old age when labor in an ef fort, when money making II opt of the «mention. MOSQOITuS OH4NQC U: GRAPHIC SEWS WKm. Wm OF Tlf« ASSOCIATED PHtSS- FRIDAY AFTERNOON. OCTOBER 23, 1*03 SAN ANTONIO FEVER SITUATION N8W CA8E8, BUT NO THE* DEATHS. jurors dismissed until further notice. Southern Pacific trains now run through without stopping and trains are being abandoned on other lines, San Antonio is completely isolated. LAREDO REPORT. Gulteraa The LATEST HAPPEN I NOS SRIEFED POR SUSY READER. at London Say* Not Eminent Between Russia •M Japan—Boy Killed at I Jennings. Cholera Stamped Out. Jerusalem, Oct JJ.—Tbo outbreak df cl.- 'ira which wn r...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 23 October 1903

_— non Application. f Afternoon. Sunday* Excepted. TEXAS, OCTOBER 28, 1*08 TH* SPECIAL. SESSION. on the coming special 1 Con groen and extreme, likelihood of the Istb- • canal question coming up at that the New Orleans Tlmes-Demo- very pertinently remarks: Bldent Roosevelt has called a session of Congress to aasem- i at the capítol Nov. 9. It is his th- ai, and Is so stated In the procla- im calling the session, that the shall deal with the question ' reciprocity with Cuba, but It is We that congress will take the in Its teeth and proceed to such as It sees fit. There Is one • matter of national Importance that The cotton crop is short, bat if one were compelled to esti- mate the crop by the number of bales sold in Sherman, be would . sav it was a complete failure.— republican leaders don't desire to Heelgi,erman Democrat. «tes |Ét looks like thirty cents to Dsn Patch'i bievement at Memphis yester day. The great son of Joe Patches paced his mile in 1:56¿, lowering his own record by ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 23 October 1903

MMMMMV ..<• WR PíK- L¿ #S-íS vf if ife^lÉ « ■ **• V ■ . •''" iwftft Í '. ■ . : •• • * •J.. . W/.'V . i'A .V, ■•««It® ■• ('.:.\6'.c. •.':< • . ... i'• ' ¡Mi .A. r MS fMW? ^wMWrng-Mnm; w fwlwr MUHHHVi f", WnqjHNR ■■•.'•( ■ ■ m:mrum wW ; • ■• i H i,'j&ilt*SQsuB*' ■NSRMBHmnM EÉVB MS, m «:fc- ■>.. ■ • -v: -■■: !$ SLi - JW ■ \ Sjgfi as 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 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 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 23 October 1903

fg MM. ti HÉiW 'wMM ¡asm ERE? win compare fa HHK f J niary advantage, but the styled fit and durability are in '' '• — ' ■ M*v'! adiés' Waists. Good quality flannellette, trimmed with two rows of braid on front; bishop sleeves, solid colors, pink light blue, navy, royal * and red, a job; $1.10, 05c, down to .. i. (Y> i. '• h?. : vv j wmMm * dies' Coats. Kersey cloth box coat, self-stitched straps, stitched velvet in pretty design, late style sleeves, double-breasted, velvet collar, satin lined, beautifully made; ^ AS. $1.85, $2.90, $8.20, $2.90, down to.. ¿.43 —— w Wen's Overcoats. All-wool black kersey, cut full and satin yoke, Italian lining; a bar- A * gain at $15.00; our price ... Ot< Black bound Brook Beaver; sells everywhere at $12.00;our price.. 6.00 Dark bine, that's worth twice the A gA amount we ask; going at Ladies' Melton cloth, stitched bottom^ $8.20, $1.20, down to Men's Dress Trousers SPECIAL JOB—all wool. fli. $8.25, 2.00, $1.05, $1.48, down to 7jC Men's Shoes....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 24 October 1903

ran ,„• V-.* ' Bfi' 'Kl fsf^sw Ka fwppp y^ppw" ■.■■ ' ¡r fcj Island WM dentroy. Of WMt Cheater were paste stricken and with their Br© ama to poetofflce, thinking the safe had blown hy robbers iitirtrinn^ É&tik- Buccreu oír , i < áj^©•' k,' . O* tMK ASSOCIATED PRESS. «■MS ■ togjaai , SATURDAY AFTERNOON. OCTOBER 24, 1103 fiWfB ¡ti ■' A* to (hair rx>wia ae<t for Australia u n** raport that ha Now York ¡¿AW®# 'ffiSIPH ImÜ fea, Oct. a<—Bnlletín—The of Japan and the Cab- held a conference today several hours. It ts un- |MlÉÉ:''tto'i compro- waa the chlaf topic of Tha Marquis remained with Premiar Katura and Foreign Min- iate* Komura «iter the others had By Associated Pro|. Memphis, twin, Oet. 24~Loa DU- lon, the queen of the turf, is scheduled to «d against the world's trotting re- I this afternoon at 4:30, y ester- 's frisa having been callad off on amount of the high wtod. The mare he drtvea hy Millard Bandera br two runners. Kansas. Oct. 14.—Alter a chase and a bloody b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 24 October 1903

mmmi^SBmaa. i ' WKHgg "" i H CONDUCTED «V Mm W.T. NilaMl nkw motK no , , IB SOCIAL AND PERSONAL NOTES AND TIMELY TOPICS ' All communication Intended forth! department should be addreaned to Mas, W. T. Voi.lahi), care the Tribune, and to ln ure Insertion In the current Inane should reach this desk not later than Friday noon. Mr . Dudley Portwood loading, the tiniest tot kept perfect time as they performed the figure of the Grand March. Miss Nes was the recipient of a number of presents on thla long-to-be- dlreotor of the fair gratuitously an- first a m-'otat to the The study | of the Republic Much In- a familiarity terest ha* been evidenced to the effort the chelf to preserve this historic landmark and . Tk It Is to he hcKMfd that the effort Of provement So remembered day . a happy one in the: I the "Daughters" will be crowned with Club annals of the following dhlldron: }* oosas. , organ!«ation, all I j work planned and Personal Mention. | middle of a room artistically decorat- rs. A...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 24 October 1903

KaBHMMW'vani «y, bat by rta- MÜ««' *!><) rea- cent) will net In the Aft ef- 1s oat of 14 mmNKu WImSSw mm <8m •xe ^ iiWwK o o Utft.tJUL>i«.flJLajl J J-0JUI-8J <HUUU>.B AO I.m? **• iramn, Mala, Dora, Katherine and Nea an<l Lamkin Bur aate and Zallle Bland, Arch McNeil. Gladys Davie*, Lin- Petty. Lanse Held, Maud, Claude Mat one, Fannie and Bal*raky, Faanla N«Hrport, O'Day, Ven Warfleld, Sammy and Katherlne Pollard, brother. Basal aa* D. Oreen. Ford Chamvlng, Charlie Caban, Vlt*le, Kern , Win- and Grady WaUon, Oeorgie Hew- Craaill Kellta, Jo* e Harris, Mat* Pearl Alexander, I net Walker, aad about twantr-ñve oth- H a Ladle* Aid aoctoty of the Pre*- >«reh mat at the bone of , Re*. T. J. Home, on Park Thursday aftarnooa, Oct. St. Lad*** Oalld of the Presbyter- irehaMPt la called aeeclon with Haaeale laat Wedaeeday. They bold their regalar meeting Moa- of aast week at the i . m Hola. «Mwnfva the Ml**- C. T.«. ft *. % Of the m,b. a*ed at the church at law," to all m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 24 October 1903

mm SBi Excepted. tcxas. mi- VP TO YOU. ■ —, e genius with a tarn for the rig-ht thing in the place invented a phrase in terseness of wording expressiveness is simply ect. The phrase is heard day and it is coming into ral use by all classes, from wsboy to the sedate bank- It is ' It's Up to You." list at this time the fitness phrase is felt by the Writer to be peculiarly applica- ble to the merchants oí Orange. For many moons the Daily Tribune has literally harped upon the subject of the road to Echo. A few days ago we pub- d a statement founded on best authority showing the great good which the building of this road would be to Orange and the merchants thereof. At the time we used the expression to the merchants, "It's Up to You!" Last night the executive com mittee of the Progressive League held a meeting and took it upon themselves as a body to furnish the finances for a proper survey oí the road and the making of an estimate of its cost. A com- petent engineer was engaged and tol...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 24 October 1903

PfflSSfB lei lUl u *** ready to fill yotir 1 are the ¡ S? ■ .: • ■ mmv ?•*:. % R Room, loom, For Kitchen. \>c* RHnlBhTO r?;,w BW M|a SU :$Pc 5i « stand the strain of ■}.$#■ ? ••.•*.' '• wjmfc *>1Mif|l|§Vyi•'• $y¡ * -i*. "i.,.* "tvv' ^ i ' m§5 /''1'¿V'''¡ ' '-,■ ¿¿Íí;a¿''. i E :■ L ;'-i& m— m && ■fifPS Floor 'r,fT:, v, \ " •; - fxy : ^TT^f-.'r, J-.I:. 1._ '■'.)Íj V¿ÍL--' ,X ium ^^¿üáiLLií- , , WED NOW-DON'T WAIT TO GET RICH. LET US FURNISH YOUR HOME FROM BOTTOM TO TOP IN A COZY AND COM- FORTABLE MANNER. 92.25 Buy What You Want and AH You Want. ■ ftáánB Pay What You Can\ and When You Can. Wmarn m -í mmm mm SEASON AT THE STOVE STORE. aá ■fi t We've a Big New Line of the Celebrated Buck's Stoves «nd Ranges, The Style and tlie Size for Your Home. BUCK'S STOVES Won't Wear Out—Won't Wear You Out. mm- e Furniture Company ft ¡¡¿A- ORANGE, TEXAS. white « 14-27 wool over to ■ ght to attend "A Broadway" at ttw Kyie. of Ik# Otaiun railroad, went to The Rica Market New York, Oct...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 24 October 1903

wm I'. ^ , II'" m wBKBBBtiw(3!fflM$t® WISmmm m$rú mm. sswmtmsi. y*§i$W *•■';- V; * 1 f'/ i> _" ,í' iiiif -üÉS 2w * <■ ' •''. . ;■"■'' ;." ¥?.níSií® ;■>• I I - WTt I * ,.v $$ «■ "• c wvmmMmñ S AN INVESTMENT IN ORANGE CITY PROPERTY. Over two 1 taken advantage of my monthly payment plan to pérchase lots. Oi have paid up. One hundred have not alone paid up, hot have built hi are paying right along and will soon be in the paid-up class. All these something to snow for the past few years' work. How about you who didn't buy ? yon save the money? Have you got it in the bank, or hid away in a stocking? an inventory and you will find that you did not save a cent, and are no bettor off you were several years ago. After doing this, come and see me and I will explain how 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 hi Its history. ¡Now is the time to buy. I have nearly two hundred w...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 24 October 1903

;l*uv =±3t It RRHMpBipomtort to this And. al- ÍI i Mil-evident itest successes can at only when the tb Í in an effective ueboar ttedby Philadelphia took ; by «tora this summer, useboats are, at a rale, ing more nor leaa «, •-p'-«^tbT'pp5| ive power, which la a drawback to the plea of the owner and Ilia Dolaa's boat, the - # different i provided with her ¡table of acndd at a «peed of thirteen r, and ia said to be class afloat. almost w tfj lí;ft i, «wat the §!■ ,, iue and distinct ■ aa a in of have been ¿which la one in anch a the acoustic jiat persons standing a from the closed door of unable to bear a sonnd S>v ' • "'J' . :'-*T ■ j ' ; I wivxiitt* $3p.• k'V'' £ i chair, or back of la revolving cabinet tbe finest vintages for the temptation of palates and the quench- forous thirst. reflecting alii ding in the "ioH ■PI are, are ■■ consolation to the to the win- boasts that hia department it <#o that any of his ESSE obtain an; link be may desire, fht host will have a i him If be...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 24 October 1903

<• psprii^r« ¡ ívííísf.:¡ k w l|t i I) I MNKSméhímHHMMIHM^^ 'T.v T, '• '••■' ... ,, ,u ., _ 5, tit at afwwiPk taaics wan J v7¿fɧt -• viJ s'<r •. Good quality ftannellette, trimmed with two rows of braid on front; bishop sleeves, solid colors, pink ligtit blue, nary, royal A and red, a job; $1.10, 65c, down to ... '''' i; Ladies' Coats. ?■ •. '! % ,, Kersey cloth box coat, self-stitched straps, 8Í?ttched velvet in pretty design,* late style sleeves, double-breasted, velvet collar, satin •f lined, beautifully made; ^ 4¿ ~ $4.85, $8.90, $8.20, $2.90, down to.. ¿.*13 's Overcoats. All-wool black kersey, cut full and long satin yoke, Italian lining; a bar- O ñfjj gain at $15.00; our price Orné Zr 6.00 Black bound Brook Beaver; sells everywhere at $12.00; our price.... Dark blue, that's worth twice the A £A amount we ask; going at — *§• JU Ladies'Walking Melton cloth, stitched bottom, $8.20, $1.20, down to :-rj The I. Orange; excel Men's Dress Trousers SPECIAL JOB—all wool. $8.25, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 26 October 1903

■ V It ■ r>í-Vf:"- 'j Hi , •- yl m 3$H, imt OF TH* ASSOCIATED PRESS. ■if iw (fcwi fot old r savin* proven by hun- f^iperien oe. This is **Wrn7m t a day, bat by vestments and (4 per cent) will Ifldoine In the when labor is ■ y'«.'o3R« ffliiiPli IUÁ- EVENT8 TOLD IN A SMALL SPACE. AS. MONDAY AFTERNOON, OCTOBER 26, 1903 ^ ^ ^ t ■■ « a ¡■Ü UUIJUil PUJU.B M B «II I ' mm í a detriment, end with e at speed, Lou Dillon ft AOAIN SRKAKS IN f.Mft. É\ A Í 1 t under the wire , _ j time wee flashed l pandemonium reign- flung high Into the Bend- from ble sulky , while Mr. .M*.*.- ■: — a. • wlva OODfrlv feet thet the three official timers rM to the Bed Doble, OF THE DAI Reduced te trite Cenelee Paragraphs fpp the Busy Reader—New# of the World In e Single Column. By Associated Press. New Tork, Oct. 26—Incomng steam era ere being eloeely watched for e band of thieves, who are reported lo hive secured 1100,000 worth of dte monde end jewelry from the vaults of Knight, Prank A Rutley, London auctionee...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 26 October 1903

. U% 1 or Mist TW* ORA Y. mm%4 oí the to LtóUten of the Army, the Cinc In u follows: . the «os of a Southern ! general who fought Htm on ' I at Shiloh. Sartoris, daughter of Nel- , to engaged to marry John Wright, U. S. A.. General llaroua jJ romance tor a L more, that to to afternoon, April 8, lines at Shiloh I and fell back In retreat Ob- the desperate remittance of retreating lines, General I who was commanding Somebody answered: colonel. Wright to Turning to hto staff Gen 1 Grant said.: "8mm of you are fellow Wright ta l: of a brigada " > of them did meet Wright at When he was In com- of a brigade of Tennessee and go lhrod at 1 Wo !UM)8c on we could only say our lee was light, ir you cant ssy a good for your home town—get out The town will improve by your leer- ing. WW-l'Mll 111 114 i EDITORIAL CLEARING HOUSE WnlnH,.|.M H11I1 The expression, "Let me paa lease," was heard on Tyler street today. A business man remarked that It was the first time he bad heard tt In some time. It...

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