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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 31 October 1903

WfM . : ' ' . : ' !f " ' ' ' í í^áÉKíj* 5 : líí ';V '■ 'ÍB'VF í.: " ' > mmmm ÉÉiMBiÉAliiÉlííl (or iht i, who ta la at the State Bical College, han been allowed to in- y of the «ally Telegraph sr on the 23rd of March, t ta indeed an Ttttetaatlng telle. paper ta a two page, five-column printed la non p* riel on a good r of'rag jpper. A peculiar tea- la that Cffir of «be columna are in standard 13-eata, while the or outside column, ta 16-ema. ,je "masthead" read*: TUB DAILY TELEGRAPH. Houston, Texan, Editor and Proprietor. -Dally per month, $4; per |10 , Dally, every other day, ft: per quarter, It. Wteek ,, per month, II: per quarter |3. "Advertising, II per Use, each Inner Nine word make a line. Tha must accompany the adrar* our army MAIL—Our neat mail 111 be carried by Mr. Adame at |5 a letter. Money will be taken at 10 par pent In kind, either «pede or cur- rency. «and your money without de- lay." Editorial Feature*. That Mr, Cashing was an observer of currant events and was foll...

Publication Title: Orange Daily Tribune
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 31 October 1903

■■■■ Sundays |í.;. i|Vr l$mW<íü , TEXA8, OCT. 31, 1MB. « WAKE UP.V e the "representative business about whom we have i ao much, endeavoring to ouWfi Sleepers, or aire they Just to prove that Washington Ir- i tale of Rip Van Wlnkle'B twen- sleep was not so miraculous, all? ^ twice twenty years, Orange has enloyed a long, luxurious sleep. It la now time she woke up. The gun- of our energy has rotted from long dtsuae, and the barrel—public spirit—which Bhouid send the" now f: of her great advantages abroad, has (become, like RIp'b gun, unfit for use.- i is thiB condition of affairs to keep f/Sup. or will you,* like Rip, promise to do better in the future and try to make amends for your past laxity of behavior Nowhere on God's footstool is there a town more blessed with perfect nat- F: nral advantages and In very few in- stances has any town so long refrain- ed frpm taking steps to let the world tf know she possessed such attractive atures. Is this to continue? Ken of Orange, do you ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 31 October 1903

Wf- M mm ,. i *** « & • ■ •<* IRE of us Houston 1;;ÉÍ 1 ill Ifi*i to sell complete outfits for furnishing cheaper than any other house in this city, quality of goods considered. TRY US AND SEE. CASH PRICES * and Durable c t • .V- /^. . ^ IS YOUR OFFICE At our Big Store small weekly payments enable yon TO FURNISH YOUR HOME in an artistic manner—and you don't miss the money SMALL WEEKLY PAYMENTS WHAT IS HOME TAKE LIFE EASY WITHOUT in one 0f these solid oak A SIDEBOARD? l6athorbottom FURNISHED UP-TO-DATE? Just Think of It! A solid oak doable-shelf O* fmnk <— ~t T'b" and back SoUd Cow fo? | fort" Rocker. / a .... '" 'Hfhji jé ROCKERS ' . For only $3.10 See this Handsome 3>Piece Bed Room Suite, Beat solid oak, elegantly finished;- and only SMALL PAYMENT DOWN-BALANCE WEEKLY^ We are showing a swell line of solid oak, roll-top Office , ,, . „.. rv- i .. , A« j Quartered golden oak Side- Desks at from *47.00 down ^()(ird< witg French bevel to mirror. Artistic, neat, con- veni...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 31 October 1903

iwlT^.W ''■■■•:'■:■ '■-!■& ' -, jSwBfifflfi ¡«P . • «'*W tfk I-# # & ft;. mm fe?te ;lmi RwP w1 l'^ V'V "!'v.;i'!'/ /'.'' 'li/l';'.''.' MI J. •;V'' ' K • ■' .¡aM# ; 'w# || 0é «1 31 Efiw te ®;! ISSsSIM HwrsH P¡QiMSÉ«K ívM,& mntjf •m - . . V- ' i, «re « S;ssm Vv í/^íííáiiJ IlliiSlfe W W —: —f£ •i>- >> 1 1 •" V ■M"* Sil ■ PP^PIiliPiiiPPiilP^ii® •* - • • T- cfir,j in .u.imuuiaL ' 1 •.;;' •.',' ;':. ," '.' .' • ■<;.''' 'wí:"'.' ¡ "'•' v";- ' ''. , 'i'*' V'' : *V>.V-' ■. '{$?• ¿vV;' ' vúA<"-: .,'•/ • vj;-1!1'; ::'vVv:;A< iV,' ': v"' ': ' UT there arc very few people who can buy them because it requires cm or the government keeps the bonds. . - - ||§p Orange City Lot are Better because I will icllyou choice, residence lots with a small payment down, balance on eas$ 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 values. Government b...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 31 October 1903

'pwwm L¡ Hi ÍMCEa HI !3 blOOd not to'to rtftg m MM of hi m ItkM of the most «i* fiven to Mom*. >roud of ft progen- and fought for hi* In the North Mid On ton, honor him for Northern atnndpolnt *ci n® oovra pir n 800there man, he no nobler deed than The tree on both sides oonstltute n and their descendants an that ma y well tall proud Americans do not nor men who hare them hat an- "The late Cecil Rhodes and hli rtner,, Alfred Bait, were great (rienda of Miss Beverldge, and her hint of Mr. Rhodes la regarded as an almost atartltng likeness. 1 feel as If were at Oroot Sehur again,' was the almple comment from one of Rhodes' old cionlea. King Edward has not merely once, but twice order* ed from her his own bust In bronse." I they are dlflf- stttl believe to the dl- ,«.« — m - j. —— - A" «_ npn ui (juwui, BiiftnMiwi in heart at the South'! toblest Mm reigns without fSmti htmUB of the South are the of the Confederacy. Then woman and gtri who to of —mkm sore of her creden- If tho old so...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 31 October 1903

-!* H'í&ffií • ü W^wñnSuHB MEA __a ím :•• '/5*f$SÍ;' M s9l MR * . .. ...i III 11.111 Mllllll Mi. *S^|UW1L¿. ■ SH H Molda ....o.. . 8 i! iiW. i >i i i, .<i | ' ' A w '*\l. I • « . . ... 14c down to , « • * _ « , -« i-v oixier from 14c down to ,*¿ VC *•' " a Que aB¿ one-half Gallon Backets, coveted .* One Gallon tickets, covered lac on Buckets, covered 8c Buckets, covered ' 6c J 'Ooffee Pots.... .T. 18c Gallon Coffee Pot • 14c , - ®n Coffee Pots... 12c ^ une Pint Cwfec Pots ....... • • .. . #«.... 8c Pie Plates, two for 6c je siae Stew Pans ««•* *'***# •••••••«• . 18c • size 12cdown to :.. 10c - Oake Pans — Bridle Bit Soldering1;. A ¡««U •4 lilt.II OtcCl Half-inch Gc Orescent Axe; '1ft Flour " g aran, xoc, uuwu tu ,• ••« • .. aav ífeS*"4 Papcr •*•#'••- ,s r iVuivcfc «< *«••*••••• • . t . • **•-#«*• At v '8 >«« *> nasa Hi B| CttWU^ • • « * «« * • • • • • • • lCj 2C| lost Measures to. jfc™. ... . .4mmmí wiiyv^' .1. * . ... ■ . . .1. ......... .■— . •>* ;*-:.-:i' , ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 2 November 1903

gjfjgü D< "r'( - i/sfWW^ fV'f' Hj^Hl ' & 2, 1! — =±=S—: ^MfíaiwS : üs= Y-J 1ST. • *.-• *1 P « loom* to naught 1 drag* of ranch for i [y Drugs F< it ptí'xv f Ik \n mm ami '0$:' Mi m- m¿ and mj prioee i ; .1:V D R *V-« O* Quallt ') n SM IB Thla Will >• the Slogan .In t? —Progressiva League R«j All Resolve to Land Their Toward Improving Orange. out to Futura 111 Ml .. ftCNSATION AL ARRM1 * ' i. 'Jjfes! Pert Arthur Physician (nil m Three Port Arthur, laat might. «0 Th« Tribiiau ;* t, No*. 1—B. D. for tk« ( m !■&•<i . are three indictments charging mal-pi , (tea, abortion and montar. . victim waa a young lady Tena., and tin cria lo have to July. *#'3 I fa y Inl oi^^MiPpi tlo of 100.000 plurality for McOlellan JT, jr. Delaaey, MoClellan's person ¡MHoUUna «8,300. claiming the iaM to H mm .lays of of Intimida- "Hon. heavy colaslaatlon. and repeating by Tammany. lmtiII minus TOMORROWS ELECTION an «ha Day Dram CM their plurality of with some forty to tl to the legiamture o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 2 November 1903

ORANGE, TEXAS, NOV. 2, 1MB. REJUVINATED. ¡J. The results of Saturday night's meet- ing of the Progressive League and the heart to heart talk of Tom Richardson will be tar reaching in their effects U the good people of Orange will pro- fit by the advice hs gave. The meeting was a veritable feast and those present became Imbued with a new zeal as a result of it Before the meeting adjourned it was definite- ly decided to re-finance the League, elect a new secretary and enter Into the campaign for the industrial su- premacy of the South. It was estimated that $260 a month would be necessary to keep the League on its financial feet and the fifteen bus- iness men present pledged themselves for monthly payments totalling $135. A committee was appointed to call an those business firms not represent- ed at Saturday night's meeting and so- licit subscriptions. That committee is at work this afternoon. If they have called on you, you have doubtless sub- scribed. If they have not, you should su...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 2 November 1903

• "' M*Éb lilfeJI $¡éi ig I -73 WflgfiSNfi MM'TfljlMflW Br) Hp PPHRXFiiV^fippIm,, ' " n. , I H la 'M%fi i! *yfiWggÍHB ;.. . .* 1 * ■ -f>. n mu m^BKT Qfl8K&#®W :i¿v ' ®S& «i mm •Si,."© • , , .. éfá&fagk< — hHHBhÉÍ mm 1 ' B ' ml J ' . V'''":«IS ^!S ■mmmm . :■ ip , .¿.,p rfc'J-i" , c. Kt "♦*#■ 'J (Un 'r'W">1« . ' .#l BHS; p raf i m , s:jfOP •jgw , ■■■¡■IMfilíPh 3r- - ','■ ■,€ ' /I M ITS •'tori " 'v¿k . UT there are very few people wntf can buy them because it requires cash down or thé government keeps the bonds. i > Orange City Lots are Better " i . • ■ ■ ■ ■iL h the J two _ Is iherivly reason years, and with present prospects will* double again in ison why you can't participate in the increase of value: property in the terms Í offer ? Come and see me and talk the matter over. fe'&liilÍ —fH sttitante a HÜ rnftW# "■' because I wilt sell you^choice residence lots with a small payment down, the balance on easy monthly payments. This makes it possible for you to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 2 November 1903

ÉM? "'"ifrV-'HS Wmmii-: Better quit at opce. There is our business. Shop around, go to the how easily we beat them all. We don't sell an kr: 9¡fóP¡i - \. • , we ' ~f "I ■ .;. A fe'iíM ■:>,; ' ;>■■«'■v I É iWi# Mi ■HnsSsw hbW Wm&m Butter Molds Boiling Pins Sifters from 14c down to One and one-half Gallon Buckets, covered,. One Gallon Buckets, covered Half Gallon Buckets, covered . One Pint Buckets, covered One Gallon Coffee Pots Three quarter Gallon Coffee Pot Half Gallon Coffee Pots One Pint Coffee Pots Pie Plates, two for Large size Stew Pans r<f.. Smaller size 12c down to ,., i Cake Pans . •... .«. ■ * . ? (. **..*.. ** 14c 9c 9c 20c 12c 9c 5c Wt 14c 12c '9c 5c 18c 10c 8c 5c 4 > Wash Pans , One-pint Cu$>s, two-for 5c Prying Pan, 22c lftc, down to l?c Eight sheets Sand Paper 1 5c Oyster Knives . 14c .Tih Pans, each lc, 2c, 8c and 4c Half -Gallon Measures 15c Egg Beaters 9c, 5c and down to .. 4c Big Spoons : 8c vo v ■ Scrub Brushes ,♦-* * *««• • • ♦ * *.«*- «• •* ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 3 November 1903

■ I III mi mil 1P*1 f «a JBNKmStm fejfeMpi. íl|¡ | MWWwÜÉÜ fy) IKISfl ji«V MM Mg¡p|¡ h. < I f Store • i k NiMO A DEMOCRAT. •f the Cabildo. Hat Navar HI* Política. Picayune. folk*' politic* 'mind me of a man on ho*«back—day strad- acne an wobble fom «Ido ter an* hita a ba d matter tor tell Í dey'a Demmerkat, 'PubHetó, er er aoma'ln' else," «aid Toby, the . darky that aita at the head I the atair which load up to the Bo- te the Cabildo. ■veryoee knows Toby. In tact, be to have nothing to do bnt tit on a box that look* like It had aged with htm, and take off hla Mthe "sen'men whttc (ulkt he'a wld." Toby baa worn out ifc«« one hat showing ^«i* man* hi thla way, and hf aaya he die takia' off hla hat tor white to let'em know he'a never g*wtoe i or tine hat er rebel an' er Toby dalmi to bo the only Urina who baa never chanced hla polite to the a tn« bnt i UrnimnrRrat, en I at* Jpr he party <yj de boa* or em w • .lióme. Whaúv.llt for hit? Dee d . Wen «Je rlg\, 1ma wine I eaah in, en d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 3 November 1903

ss= JEKrt .f >!</■' TEXAS, NOV. 3, 1«OS. Klf A WISE SUGGESTION. I The suggestion that Congress pass general appropriation bill at the session but confine its work to making present harbors more efficient Is a vise one. Commenting on this the Port 'Arthur HeralC pertinently re- marks: There were reumors afloat that there would probably be no general appro- priation bill at the approaching don of Congress, but those Interested are taking heart again. The chairman of the committee on rivers and har- bors, Congressman Burton, visited Eu- rope under the instructions of his com- mittee to Btudy the harbors and water- ways of the old country and it is pre- sumed that he will have much valua- ble information to Impart to Congress and that sbme of his suggestions will lead to material improvement in many harbors. During a visit to Galveston some time ago, it was stated by Con- gressman Burton and his associates that the influence of the committee on future legislation would favor con- ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 3 November 1903

"m* Jlf -ñf;, mw&mL ' K # . b P ~'i" 1 ,'. V.,;';i.¡,1 .. * ■ w^WIÉI^«8'iIÍ It —-J1—J—M VX>^vV- '■ v «f ;:ii.«■■■■" ^,^y(í*í- v, V J|; ¡f? J | • ^ g ünH it affiK U"*? MM! mmmmmm*mmm*¡ ' ''x .. É mmá Wfm&m ' í: ; ; W v,.', '.; mmnm ' -i íA !í íl ."'v: •' í y. ■• «a ve; v>,. ;;y- MÉb íffil 9b "¡ "..i, pfM- mtmm ■n í ¡« i #®*1 > i •■. íl ÉSm0í ¥ ' í; KiSlr* lf%®Ssá |n i V.^ fS" ■■■■ ™Vm& Hi ; are « Good Investment palpe ^!' H 9 l'r lilfMt Badilas mm B , & ■ • : ám:z UT there are very few people who can buy them because it requires cash down or the government keeps the bonds. Orange City Lots are Better becaute 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 values. Government bonds have only varied a few cents on the dollar in ten years. City lots have...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 3 November 1903

. P i¡ *> IS M wm BUSINESS IS SOLICITED, MBBr,. . I W* StrtWts be Coárteos, Prampt Caret* Md •• UfeWSl «* CwitMMm wltt AfrioMr Mfely. IS' m TRAIN SCHEDULE. Southern Pacific. • • • • • • • East-bound— No. 4 ■ ■'«■ • ■ • i No. 6..... «■'... No. 8 No. 10 ..... n. Westbound- No.3 No.fi No. 7 No. 9 • « • • « Arrives. ><* '«•..« lllfip«SB. 7:00 a.m. ........10:58 p.m. 9:50 a.m. Arrives. 8! 15 p.m. 5:53 p.m 6:86 a.m. 8:45 p.m. n Orange * Northwestern. No. 21, It. Orange 8:30 a. m., ar. Bona 8:45 a. m. No. 1, It. Bona 1:30 p. m., ar. Or- ange 3:45 p. m. .T.T..1..1..T..T..T..T. .T~UT..T..T~t..T..T..T. Local and Personal. : m Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Turley, of Echo, came in from that place yesterday on a shirt visit to friends. Mrs. W. A. Smith and Miss Phoebe McMahon. of Laurel, Texas, are in the city spending a few days with friends. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Chambers arriv- ed last night to spend the day in Or- ange on a Bhort visit. Mr. Chambers is manager of the Cow Bayou Canal company. Fre...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 4 November 1903

ra Ik „ w m fiw VÉh / w ■ 1*~^L • _ m ■ V .".. .®i\: MS OF THE ASSOCIATED PRE 1>'. \ + .mi n ¿¡¡fri>■ Ii<i¿||h^>fe^.1 jnJ«jpiiiwik■ ... ' ' "■•'■'¡v.-' •" ! S>i£L;'-'JS ' •$>■?;•? f' '•■ '" ~>tyy-W',$\ iif ÜÜ LNGE, , WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON* NOVEMBER 4, 1903 mm mm mmm* mmmmmmmm itp Mm ■t' j *'i • " I Www fe. ii fe _,.• ■ - M E N T W _ 111 F" ' JistE «¿pgfS'Sj MM* I Tflt fR ■■"tr.., ,l.' gÉ "/ ÍJr J| | k 1 ' mBR v -, d Mfl¿: I GREATEST AND \ '■#. ' Ü! :• .V ■ SI ■i® /"'f' I ■ «««^- ¿íjWM fv i'i-f - >> '«Jais. tó.feS';' yMffia chandise stock of GRA VES, BLAND & CO., will be sold at 4aU and job lots, at and below cost $ 0 $ $ $ ' & l. , 4 1 1 í M' ki.fSi > . I; J FOR CASH ONL Y ' oif THURSDAY MORNING, NOV. 5th and ww.i ■ pmm "V WrUif;" -•<& STOCK WILL BE IN ' v U ÁiiMmf • ¿¿tv i s'áMfi&f imA ® V.ki'&k' ■•'. ■&:* MP IT C H ARRTQ and an able cor I IA I/« O IlnAAlO assistants. ' ' ' ''' V •Í S ¿á ."■'■ffi J I- ■■■ ;AV',V BsSwM? ••'/. As...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 4 November 1903

S ^SsifiiM "TEXAS, NOV. 4, 1W T I AT WILL THE HARVEST BE? Si M VOI «0 quirer. NoT It seems to us microbe is tbe oldest of Sundaysüwepteff. tmvk m Adam's time he the old man, «id sil posterity has afflicted with foolishness Brownsville Herald. And he's been working overtime ever since. young man who wastes bis in riotous living Is fore- doomed to an early and dishonored grave lust so surely as night follows day. It is sad when a young man, who has reached tbe age when he fully realizes the risks be is running, pur- sues tbe uneven tenor of bis way and despite the warnings of bis better self, persists in his ruinous course. How much sadder it Is when tots, mere infants, are seen on tbe streetB, or more correctly speaking, in the al- leys, drinking whisky, using language which a hardened criminal would shud- der at. and plotting some petty mean- ness which 1 only one step removed from outright criminality ? Yet Buch things dally occur in near- ly every town in the land. Parents take no...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 4 November 1903

V ' liEr' '• f. v • V : f': yv:. • Mf fe.í fe* •• ^ • *' • V #4>V. ■■"■'V > . " *\:1 ' IV • ' :\v * IVMSMfi M*. W¿'. 'WW., Bl ■ i''®!® ' .v-l BHH «?•/ > A . , ^'¡ k if K SO '■ ■ 'Í «I mmmmwmmá- M5ft;i¡w fe3i?^«wi!É Do It ■MNMrtMÉM i C'íSwSV Sfc , " ■HSHRH IjISiS m; :'■■ í®#? p$; • !%V'; V ,fi.Ví> A1 \V' ' ' R :.i v iiil, \-.fr m' '■f ;-v ' M'Jj: , ws v 1 it 'Ail"''! '' i ■ i, >v:-" . «IrlÍí W ■■ í 1$ M j WM ¿y í'Hi fjKí .'" - .i-' , • • ' A • - \ V ' ." h,Vt" <„h > (afeSlíiiÉ ■pfEl ''''' ■ .' ' • -i irnment Bonds . H ', "•:. "'. ,' v wsm 'iwt¡i t& kbbbe i'H-o'.Jf * mmmmm R:ak ¡fipiW ir • Good Investment UT there are very few people who can buy them because it requires cash down or the government keep the bonds. Orange City Lots are Better ause I 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, becau...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 4 November 1903

; • ' V:;H of ©ran0«, 5"e*«s. '1 " s= YOUR BUSINESS IS h*CMhmu,fM l CíMhU Md ml*«r«l M W- |'íp:' ■B * TRAIN SCHEDULE. Southern Pacific. Eaatbound— Arrive®. No. A 1:16 pj®. No. 6 7:00 a.m. 10:68 p.m. 9:60 a.m. Arrives. 8:16 p.m. 6:68 p.m 6:86 a.m. 8:46 p.m. • e e • • e « No. 10 Westbound- No. 3 No. 6 No. 7 No. 9 • e e • • • « Orange A Northwestern. No. 21, lv. Orange 6:30 a. m., ar. Buna 8:46 a. m. No. 1, lv. Buna 1:80 p. m„ ar. Or- ange 3:46 p. m. . . i— , ..'."i/'Muiru: and Mrs. Calan Pontenot and family, and Henry Griffith. Rev. and Mrs. D. L. Griffith will make their home in West Orange. The rest of the pas sengers are here to do shopping and to visit friends. Local and Personal, t Her numerous friends will be pleased to bear that Miss Pearl McClanahan has almost entire- ly recovered from her recent se- vere illness. John G. Warfield, special agent of the Equitable Life As- surance Society, left for Jasper and San Augustine last night on business. Enlarging the PostofHce. Postmas...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 5 November 1903

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Publication Title: Orange Daily Tribune
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 5 November 1903

ases INGE, TEXAS, NOV. 6, 1t03. fo ''.I ' PANAMA REVOLUTION. Ü The expected has happened, and, seemingly, just In the nick of time. The people of Panama have declared their State a free and Independent one and backed the assertion up with blows. They have done precisely the correct thing. They have declared their Independence of Colombia and are prepared to maintain It by force of arms. They are now In possession of the local government and the Unit- ed States is rushing warships to Colon to stop the Colombian government vesse Ik from shelling that town. The people of Panama have only done what they have a perfect right to do. They were forcibly deprived of their Independence by Colombia and are simply reasserting the rights of which they were despoiled. The time chosen for this demonstra- tion is peculiarly significant. The spe- cial session of Congress convenes on the ninth of the current month and the Panamans wish by this action to delay the consideration of the Nica- ragua rout...

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