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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 5 November 1903

Eft'/ w His keep that is ef the FLOTO r our date I ¿if!".. NOV. 12- f*t Dally and Night v Tfía nontter m n .BadoOn /helm '/yWkmoblt*/ /r WlWM'y 0% r /# *•+*( _ ¿y at \ LPT0 SMOWJ iNCmDHOSE DREAMED Ofl A ■■■afn -«in . "aft err "Tvwtiíw with ■«T !« • «• 1 sop In iM ii tlx 1ta!r-r<«1«Mc . "Ktrx" «MRKKMMr Al an «ntomnWI*! To „ .....BP Jdk'fMt- __ ^xpi.iit* of .luring. think- African baboon. perform wont hksarioujl *xpMt ever tit Floto Hh«w*. only. Startled i u l> •ftrrroen and tmmi m nr run nnnwi. «my. ouiu~ 1. ¡4..-*- "ÜL 'IF-CV9 riCA'JftlFvC .^TRtSSS&SMBl •tr, *itk w< r.-J-w • f wwr*w ••£'*♦ 'S ?'* * a ftt'iiea. loto ;t AST AI I HM * mrmm it * *tS <5 er ry. wli> i a ' I*r of hortí an-1, tl e , JI Oí A-.L rt; t haste ' « f . ;rr."$y te. 4c, MABKtr, mounted on t>Árs 5 V4 j¡í9S:.w¡ i,.-t t ;.m. ' " tiaat, í—o*.^ ty :iu ¡mt^nn of pontM k Uw-ir raA4to« i iumt jtaMttjis : ^tiboo# and firvuJIy conwclcoa air, reminding ,-0$ • v> r *'?"* Mi ard a hundred 'EieUv- U «• ■...

Publication Title: Orange Daily Tribune
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 5 November 1903

ti • BUSINESS iS SOLICITED. ■■..M Catifalud m Liberal at Cmiuimi win AM*tr mJmkm ===== TRAIN SCHEDULE, Southern Pacific. Eastbound— Arrlm. Vfo*4 ••••••*••••••••«••••• 1*16p.m. No. 6 7:00 a*m. No*8 .10:68p.m. No. 10 •«•••••«•••••••••*••• 9:50a.m. Westbound— Arrives. No 8 •••••••••••••••■••••• 8:16 Wo. % . . 5:53 p.m No 7 8:36ft.m. No. 9 • t • • • « 8:41 p.m. air. Orange A Northwestern. No. 21, It. Orange 6:30 a. m Buna 8:45 a. m. No. 1, It. Bona 1:30 p. m., ar. Or- S:45 p. m. Orange Rlée <^iotatlona. Rough rice, Honduras^ fancy, 2.80; No. 1. 2.85; No. 2, 2.40; No. 3, 8.00; No. 4, 1.60. Japan rice, fancy, 2.25 to 2.75. Orange Qun Olub. The members of the Orange Qun Club are holding a meeting at their grounds today making preparations for a big shoot on Thanksgiving day. BBi,-«™ .1.,f,.t. it.itnTi .t i.t. Local and Personal. Arthur Turner is here today from Beaumont on business. K| 1SHL< mm<- I son's Bayou, Is In town today on bus- iness. L. V. McDuffy, of Greenville, Texas, i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 6 November 1903

A'-'C.' ' ' /.'V '"'V I Tm ^ I ' M ' ^ A MM #1 ps # UWHp ffisVv&í3:w mwm} MEMBER OP THE AMOOIATK0 PRIM. I I ^ ■ 'A - ^ m. J ,1. i JLit ■ — w. r$É©8 / $:' § rÉc _ ' '■ ORANGE, TEXAS. FRIDAY AFTERNOON. NOVEMBER 6. 1903 NUi Si:,,"1 , iv ""■¡■""11 II .Hill E N T , W: l ' RnggflM MMpr - lWMM| m/ R Y! ¡>\'vt fe MHM <--•, THE GREATEST AND & jpr.:- pfe£: Bbé&H mSSHHPV . ■P9 lüa iw The mammoth $35,000 General Men- BL AND & CO., will be sold at • ** retail and Job lots, at and below cost $ $ $ $ $ ' "" ' ■ i . - ' > . fOI? CASH ONL Y m SB ; MS KÍ .v. The big store IS NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS and will rema/n open until the stock Is disposed of m X: SM. ;j: i ■ ■i\j \ S| Pap [J?6f Of7 s* , -- % ... , ®BW® «?í íJfflESSMws nKwflffl fr^KSIei Mi At If A PPIC 4/VO AN ABLE CORPS OF • llllAlllO ASSISTANTS. ■ Ijfsip '.wfiSíÍJfi í -.' ¡ü i I I I a barga wmMMm dont forget sm^mm ^ X' r Si %flsn

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 6 November 1903

e Kates on Application. Issued Kvery Afternoon. Sunday* Excepted. ORANGE, TEXA8, NOV. 0, 1903. ROBERT RUSSELL, BRAKEMAN. M This 1b a glortouB age In which we Jive. Old men. thank Ood that you have lived this long to be a part ot It; and young men, let your hearts be grateful that your .coming was delay- ed until thlH generation. Our men are glorious. Our women are glorlouB. And so are our. alms and achieve- ments. The glory that was Greece, and^he grandeur that was Rome! True, true. !n their arts and their letters and their semi-barbaric civilization, but for the heroism of lowly ones—God bless and keep them—let us look to America and the rest of Christendom, and to the Twentieth century. There are marble remembrances for those of us who in a particular field, rise above our fel- lows. but wp are helpless In keeping green the memory of our humble men and women whose spirits are chival- rous and gallant and whose hearts are strong and brave. One instance from tens of thous- ands. '' ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 6 November 1903

w ;ri ' Lowest price*. Large, anortmeitt. Prompt delivery. We alio put up your Move. No trouble to hurry. Telephone your order to Number i. —■ t MAJESTIC RANGES ?£ & BEACH tOOH STOVES — one guaranteed. We put them up for yóu and ey are not as perfect a« a cook stove can be the it ours and your money refunded. £621= HOB Home. a neighboring piper comea a. n that Bounds like an AraMpn tale, yet it* authenticity la (Or. The exchange give* a of nine little pontea of Shetland variety who at a com- from their trainer play We skill the beautiful él Home. Sweet Home. They ac- the feat by means of bella to their heads. It la Indeed remarkable what can be taught dumb These little musicians are of the Floto shows which Wiled to exhibit here. A The event at Holiday. >f the Floto shows baa he«a made ao Interesting to the young 4a wall as the old that the schools are hflng dismissed In order to give the little tots an opportunity to at- tend the performance. TIW manage- ment has added to th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 6 November 1903

YOUR BUSINESS tS SOUCi t Strive t fee Cot/tcmu, fnmpl CirslW wd i Ufesral ■> ConusiMt wlifc AfeMtati i íi) !.;íf?rí mMIiíWM TRAIN BCHBDULK. 55= Ü ,= Bftfltbound- No. 4 .*....• Wo. *. moM m. 10 Westbound— No. 3 ••*«• •••• Mo.6 ••••••••• No.7 +• •* •• Ko.* ■ •••••• ; Arrives. ... 1:15 p.m. .. 7:00 a.m. . .10:68 p.m. ... 9:50a.m. Arrives. ... S: 16 p.m. .. 5:53 p.m. .. 6:36 a.m. .. 8:45 p.m. Orange A Northwestern. No. 21, lr. Orange 6:30 a.* m., ar. Buna 8:45 a. m. No. 1, It. Buna 1:30 p. m.. ar. Or- ange 3:45 p. m. B. M. Scott, a prominent Beaumont capitalist, was over on business laBt night. Hot chocolate and coffee served at the Oem Confectionery. 6-12 A. Van Dykenhoven" was here from IBcbo last night and roturned this morning. Miss Fannie Bettls paid a short vis- It to relatives last evening In Beau- mont. Rufus Woods left last night for Ttmpson, Texas, where he has accept- ed employment. Harry Burr attended the play, "Hap- py Hooligan," at the ' Kyle Opera House at Beaumont las...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 7 November 1903

::'.v .Íí® '.vf A I .J '■ . rHK ASSOCIATED PRESS. ■li • r< w*Sflir ' IY AFTERNOON, NOVEMBER 7, 1903 II ■k. V., w-m uk JwH ^ ' ' I mm* i :m ■. ***#L These are ng are items they nt As- i -'■> « Cashmere ill black or r dark colors; a leader at 19c satin striped Challih in beautiful pattern ; worth 85c to a yard; Aggressive Sale price ...... «,.V,¿ : shades of solid color It) inch Satin, includlng black; Q ft ¿ Aggressive Sal* pric«- JOl Yard wide black Taff-eta Silk, the popular ®8c seller; Aggressive Sale price., / /t | 21-inch white XapkíXs.ío be imed; bought for the bargain iter to sell at 95c dos. ft Q - live Sale price O •)%> fe4' i % BifeMl I sise cotton Hück Towüls wove and soft finish; 35c a pair; Aggres ve Sale price 9c lies' bias gored Couset, the «atended hip effect; hose supporters attached; worth 75c; Aggressive Sale A Ac > I IV Superior quality large Count Ekpaxk, Marseilles pattern; marked price $1.35; Aggressive Sale price 93c I Women'# Crescent dyed Stock* ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 7 November 1903

¡fv'p ■' * - An TIMELY TO iTss a® All canmunlcatiaiia Intended for (tala department «hould be ad<lreee«¿ i. W. T. Poluabo, care the Tribune, and to insure insert tan In the at iMUe «boaId reach this desk nut later tban Friday neon. SOCIETY Civic Club Book Reception. The beautiful rooms of the Civic Club were «blue with light, and fra- grant with the perfume of many flow- an Monday night, when thrown open (or the reception of the friends and wall wishers of this busy body. The rooms are In the Holland build- ing adjoining the Holland hotel and form a picture of beauty and comfort. HA the head of the stalro guests were met by a committee who directed them to the rest room, converted for the evening into a cloak and dressing room. This has large windows front- ing Fifth street and giving a view of the river's meanderlngs. It Is comfortably furnished with easy chairs, a dressing table, wash- stand, mirrors anil a roOmy, comfort- able lounge or couch. The floor Is cov- ered with prett...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 7 November 1903

•' j / j (" lb ! '■/v'""-' ■'-f 4y& ■v;:-; Wfp t*f '';' lw-l?^l®|wt'-ipiw «SÉBlpfrp'^#* ^a/ ' 4M. • ^#^Aír:l^V?.í • ,:bo? ¿'•J'Ma' • • *:>,;•? ~ti':*l •';1 C\WM _J_ i ÍHPWMHPÍI8 "':%>. ' '/'''Vfl'mSf ;,' '• %> ;J VJM :.; UífJta':, ' ■'"M IMS ffiMg#6, n MBHKwjsafHw- _,-___ . ■ ■ ■ ■ '■' / '' ' ¿$11' -l! 4 , «ifül ■V-My'v' ! i'• ■. —- 1 • - '' i'^yv*'T'lr lillilil IBRPt® Bftüv" fSBf ¡¡Psillpl KflÉlÉi life ||1| í :^i íf; • >v ,>"'',>$\^iu¡y, 'íip""j ||jj ■'" €■■■ ipaal^ilfé ■ /'' '"• /y".<S! ' ' tffrikÍ ■ ilsSIsl'i* E]VI ¥3 1\J T iTl C iM 1 i i i i i ^ mi WWíSs.^Wf ===== N A R Y! ww vA . v. ■ ,■•. ' > ; "'; 1!ífÍI THE GREATEST AND mmm Ever held in Orange. The mammoth $35,000 General Mer- chandise stock of GRAVES, BLAND & CO., will be sold at retail and job lots, at and below cost $ á> $ $ á> FOR CASH ONLY H;'■ ¡Éa ysfL-, The big store IS NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS and will remain open until the stock Is disposed of CHARGE OF MR. E. S. HARRIS AND AN ABLE...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 7 November 1903

( ,JEt • r I 7*; wisi fc i Secured by the Intervention of the United State* to Protect Treaty Provision . *1V-' ' Washington. Nov. 7.—The Secretary of State yesterday evening made the following «tatemen In regard to affair* to Panama: "The action a? the President in the Panama matter is not only In the strictest accord with the principles of justice and in line with all the prece- dents of our public policy, but It won the only course he could take In com- pliance with our treaty right* and'obli- gations. By our treaty, entered into with New Granada in 1846. New Gran- conced^d'Vn principé t^'tbe Gov- ada guaranteed that right of way or transit across the Isthmus of Panama ers of or the name of the affects. It la a covenant, as say, that Auna With the Land. The name of New Granada has pass- ed awajb TOT territory has been di- vided. But as long as the Isthmus en- dures, the great geographical fact keeps alive the solemn compact that binds the holders of the territory to grant us free...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 7 November 1903

V(?w ,,'v Mslr ; * < ;■ V; ■'•• " ; ' . "But where «halt we old place,, ray dear. " said Mrs* Shu !♦ 441 could we rpSsaibly nfebt? tfet Mi , «iw, an intonation that husband knew, "I have ask- for days where to have telephone put and it isn't ecidtd yet.'* "Well, isn't that just a little ur fault, my dear?" asked ker. very time you have asked have said it should be put in the rear of the hall." " That spot really does, in spite of constant and unexplained ob- jection, appeal to me as the very place it might best bang to suit your convenience everybody's convenience." Mrs. Bhutuaker sniffed con 'What if burglars were £ come? "How down there in the night? "One of the chief reasons for having the thing put in is for burglar propection. "Suppase a tire started in the cellar and our escape from up- stairs was cut off, how could we Set downstairs to summon the re department?" "Well," saidShumaker, wear- ily, ; •if you perfer upstairs, for goodness sake, have' it placed upstairs and let ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 7 November 1903

NOV. 7, 1*08. «AL IDIOCY. ' much to be deplored that certain residents of the of Orange who still adhere to barbarous custom of firing off when there la a fire alarm giv methods of sounding an of fire have been provided, 1* a reflection on the respect- ettlsenshlp of Orange that there > those here who take advantage , fire alarm to Indulge their crav for unlawful pursuits. These who fire off their pistols are not by any desire to save their ore property from the ravages Í fire, but they simply take advant of the opportunity to shoot their sis Into the air, and It Is gen- true that the men who make most noise by the firing of pis do the least work toward extln- the fire. There Is a city or prohibiting the discharge of arms within the city limits, and ordinance should be enforced, we are Informed that It will be enforced in the future, so who hereafter want to take ad of a fire alarm to waste and characterize them rowdyB and shootlsts, better be cautious land know no officer is nea...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 7 November 1903

,^r W W® f '■ ; P m 1 '''¿Vgy1 A" '*: ■ II | ' !' 1 I ® : $tÍá& M ¡ ®$P8 w w ®l ill |l MP« && " ; fJp ! s; fo¡¿, íw%#T __ttMm ► M¿ ®Pte t: sr'■«P'--W«TÍ sW ''■-WTF:yCT;gTOi$^ifiPiWf|'ggH55ffg"f^^ IFTEEN months ago we came to Orange perfect strangers. The foundation of our business was built on honest, fair and square dealing. Our purpose has been rigidly adhered to throughout the entire fifteen months. The result is, as the weeks go by we add new customers to our list and naturally more business. Success, gratifying as it is. only inspires us with ambition to make our business still larger. Experience has taught us a combination of quality and low prices will do the work. We1 say to you, no matter what you buy from us, or how low the price, each and every article is backed by the Hodges Guarantee, which insures the lowest possible price on high-grade merchandise, «* «* «* «* if! ■WW Ek- .'1 W< v lili Klii Commencing Saturday, November 7th, • :f'v lL PRICES will be mad...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 7 November 1903

h'. m MR add the ;j||fc*immer gently i minuten, put the chicken in pan, cover tightly wad let i slowly from Ave to ten longer. Serve on a platter a border of boiled Serve with chicken sauce. II, cooking, the sauce seems over 5 add a little more of the stock. The mixture should be thick but not •olid? Chicken a la Bengal—Select .a tender young chicken and cut lntp ' small pieces, but do not remove the meat from the bones. Slice three onions very thin and fry to a delicate brown in a generous tablespoonful of butter. Place them with the chicken in a stewpan. Mix one and a half tablespoonfulB of curry powder and one tablespoonful of flour to a thick paste with warm stock. Pour into the stewpan and add sufficient toil- ing water to cover the chicken. Cover the pan tightly and simmer gently flor an tour, or until the meat can be removed from the bones wliuout the ttse of a knife. Serve very hot wiih boiled rice la a separate dish, and have Chutney passed with the course. H"M'l 11 -HTÍ 1 ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 7 November 1903

IfeÍÉsSHSPf' • IP? 'i^®1 -, ■... gfáw.i : '/$•..witt/Miw'Wrt'v'-: :'•.< w M; "• r r/iTOv^; Slpr """ t". ■ :Q IsL^ -•/7esPI>j *m±mM ■ i;i Wm wt1 ii? ffli. ® -#pí if ®8. •« í $8¡W a4'" • - mm % 1 « 8 arvi^ '.• ■ . ■■•■' ■#' ": ■ ,:, . , #¿|..::#«ÍÍí;V^:ÍÍ ;V-¿-'.' '•"■:■•'' ^Vr ■■■':' *:■ '.. '■■ . ' ■ .■-<'! V'' SB Mi Pie ■>,■;. v1-. W\ f ¿ ? IMíS jb«w •< = Sfl'? f*K <UrwaP# «illj™ bJÉ?mÉ Government Bonds -re. Good Investment UT there are very few people who can buy them because it requires cash down or the government keeps the bonds. Orante City Lot are Better because 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, 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 doubled in value in the pastwo years, and with...

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

mm IKi B *0: m ,Vw S\ x y t¡' • ss=== , J !?1 I:' ^sssBH®P&* ■9H11I Sill feu ± No wonder. moth eaten 1/ vi ? ' ■ 1 a your eyes to to date. Keep on closest consideration iKW ¡I eü II 1 WP f •an 'Cgl * ■ > j 'l, v: v ' f •l'l\ IISI ■■I ■ Ha m 'M AsTW I , ¡Mrasfo® mmr LADIES* WAISTS,Flannel ' Ü! Ill lues * \ m 11 ill w-,. HB IHMi .■■■■ Mr ■; ■ K i&imMiV MMfl L 11 MENS' SUITS Black 18 ounce clay worsted, worth twice tbe amount we ask,go- ing at $10.00 All wool double and twisted cashmere, with dark jrray ground and silk threads of preen and red, with small plaid, only 8.40 Black clay worsted, made by the Bradford mill, bitr job, only .. 5.00 Black wool thibet,well made, a bargain .... 3 45 And down to .... ¿.50 MENS* OVERCOATS Black bound Brook beaver, lined throegbout with good black Italian lining; they sell everywhere at $12.00, our price 4 '50 ' Better grade black beaver for.. (5.60 ■V •? - ; III SfiS &4to i'/.Vi OnoU quality d i«y cloth flannel- ette, Bishop sleeve*,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 9 November 1903

m :'f¡ H . %' \. ffla ' Ppfip-'í.fJ j{ V vJ* V %*.« m ■ m - &H i' H 1 im mmm ■8 $&i fe ! ,&' # •?••'' i&gS , ■■■■MMHKWM MEMBER Of "* i'-iiiiii'io; I'lnln'iii.' ., .i,."' •■ " " C ASSOCIATED PUBIS- ,' ' ' Bli NQE, TEXAS. MONDAY AFTERNOON. NOVEMBER 9, 1903 m nrmTnmroBOBBBBfliav w W. D. BI Vice-Pr P; nmm KMiiRi MM k , H Jathltr. o mimmm I W'^Bí™™'' ti *.. ■?/rX'-yVv _ J , v-ff": ■ • tóil' • ^ . «Ví M '' ' • Trtntactt a regular Banking Butinets. Every accommodation which uiitent with Mlfe account solicited. ■ 3 o «i a y i consistent with míe banking will be extended our customer*. áti I Your - - - ^'iBifliSiiiiiBtaSHS ORANGE, TEXAS. : UfcJCfltAJCAjfcJLA .fl ft ft ft ^ ft ^ ft i^i ft ft ft & ft, Aéi'ritW'XW ■" ■'■■ ' ■ . esi.bu.hMi c J(MGRESS CON" . Jiro stationery, etc., of $117 to 131— half the usual coat of auch Tliia add to the average peraoa'a earning capacity $600 to $€00 a year See page* 50 to M of their freo otilopi . Address Tyler Collect, Department B., Tyle...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 9 November 1903

' L ■VSSTWm¿Amm • Month M> e Kate« un Application I Every Afternoon. Sundays Excepted ORANGE, TEXAS, NOV. 9, 1903. HOW TO BUILD UP ORANGE. 5 Praise It. Improve it. Talk about It. Trade at home. Write about It. Be public spirited. Take a home pride in it. Remember It is your home. Tell of all its business men. Tell of Its natural advantages. Tell of its own business resources. Try to induce all others to trade here. When** stranger come to town wel- come them. Look ahead of self when the inter- est of all is involved. Don't call the beBt citizen old frauds and dirty ¡ministers. Assist your public officers in doing the most good for the most people. Build up the churches and the schools—which are the main stayB of the place. And last, (but not least) don't for- get your local daily,' which is ever striving for the betterment of the town and its whole people. The question, of the hour!' "Aré you not glad you Hve in Orange?" If that gusher comes in as predicted watch old Orange hump ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 9 November 1903

: wmttvü vjfl UBI ft I ■I fÍHíWj ® MfM 1 : In the course of A rcccnt in Hartford, Conn,,on "The Mai oí a Newspaper," Charles Hopkins Clark, of the Courant said: "How are you going to gel at the public? Mail them circulars and the wastebaskets in io,ooo homes give each a weary yawn, and the circular disappears unread. Call upon the people and explain the merits of your wares? The sign |Our Busy Day' hangs in business offices; in private houses you must ring the bell. Of* tener you are turned away. IS ' hli caused • Into a contro- Potter of New if rttualiau, is a short, •ant looking man. whose suggests the successful liner. He la a zealous foe óf ritualism—"Idolatrous worship," he calls it—and has been taking a trip around the world by way of a rest tee Gave a Picnic to 26,000 Children. Senator James John Frawley, the Tammany leader in the 82d assembly district of New York, recently gave a picnic to 21,000 children in Central Bark. None was barred in the en- tire assembly district on ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 9 November 1903

Our Name Is a No wonder. When we cai moth eaten your eyes to the advantages to date. Keep on looking closest consideration A BLJjpi >RR|P. JHH|| and we have kept them below values deserví: : ' • • • i _2 . anwIS MENS' SUITS Black 18 ounce clay worsted, worth twice the amount we ask,go- ing at $10.00 Ajl wool double and twisted cashmere, with dark gray ground and silk threads of green and red, with small plaid, only 8.40 Black clay worsted, made by the Bradford mill, bit: job, only •• I>.00 Black wool thibet.well made, a bargain .... 5145 And down to.... .... 2.50 MENS' OVERCOATS Black bound Brook beaver, lined throughout with good black Italian lining.; they sell everywhere at $12.oo, our price.. 4.50 Betler grade black beaver for 0.00 LADIES' WAISTS,Flannel and Ftaimelelt* Good quality dsfoy cloth flsnnrl- ette, Buhop leevw. «olid « olor , pink, light blue navy royal ah red going at Better grade going tr MF.N*' FLI ! FD UNDIK1W1 AI? A big job, going while they laM per tuit • ...

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