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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 10 November 1903

'' ■i Bid 111 MHBMB ■ ■'X,: 1MÉ r ÍH '''•; ' ;' . >; • •mm rxs m: W^1'' L W#á- iWjM. • jfgMBHft MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. thai' m n why a should di in sports like ■ lererml artery — ORANGE, TEXAS, TUESDAY AFTERNOON* NOVEMBER 10. 1903 NUMBER 194 ssss ''in i'*''—— y w. B «52? a rCIIQf III •Oj**, nmwi nosaaPBooaoBPP i Wi B'B * W. D. BBTTIS, Vicc-Pretidtnt JA , P. ROACH, Cadiitr Orange National I1!-11 m m i ! B • regular Banking Buainew. Every accommodation which t with aafe banking will be extended our cuitomers. it solicited. ORANGE, TEXAS. luinnii i i iin ouiii>m> m«mmtm!! A LONO CONFERENCE fteeeeyoH and Senator Hanna. No*. >—A conference held at Um executive offloe today President Roosevelt and laaaa of Ohio. The proal- foratUf reqa««UMl Senator to retain Um chairmanship of repsbllcaa National committee to condoct the campaign next year conree at the conference the of the prealdentlal campaign briefly, not only the of the National con ren- te volved. hut also Mr. ....

Publication Title: Orange Daily Tribune
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 10 November 1903

frlt&fri «'*i.**? 3¡fe.cwwmmy&aü. '■(: ' wmsm iÍW wMiafeji ©«íf^Yñ ov. 16 NOV. 21 $ $ I mrmm x Nov.I6 to Nov. 21 I í i ) i í i i ^ " - , wa>*m ■■ s< jf mnw^tv'^K ' 'wíkíW* . ■. ÜPiliM —M &iii K ¡Sfs'; íí TN order to prove to all our friends •■-that the Majestic is the most perfect range on the market, we have arranged for a cooking exhibit lasting one week. During this exhibit we will ■ have a Majestic range in operation and show our friends that it will bake better and quicker, heat more water and heat it quicker, with less fuel than any other range made. We don't ask you to believe all our statements, but do ask you to call at our store any time during the exhibit and we will convince you that the Majestic is exactly as represented. Don't fail to give us a call. Note the date. BAWtO" 11 III 1 111 fililí i | T Mill Hill I 11^ msaa V--4; f >/$ i * | Fre Ssi&ÉiSiHii mfBP of Exhibit We will give oik set of Majestic War&Free to an> one purchasing a Great...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 11 November 1903

Ki ' J> ■: .> m mm IWiiaBi : ;': ' '">/ V .■; ' ."' ■■■ :"'■>••. ', ■■,•■'". .■¿ti' ' &*r'4 ÜMSM8B-. i yBYt'yyryTnryyry^1 BANCROFT, W. D. ETTI8, i ¿ WkM> =££: ORANGE, TEXAS, ISJrií 1 ■:; :m —rr f:sm& PRE89. UNII.MII.II.I.III AFTERNOON, NOVEMBER 11, 1903 NUMBER 8 g BTBTB 8 D 8 FTA* JAS. P. ROACH, • Cashier. % MUj *¿r¿~ ■ m¥' I--' 11 wm fc| . f i . Ifcí =*==*= regular Banking Buiineu. Every accommodation which r with aafe banking wiU be r account solicited. extended our cuatoniera. ■ ORANGE, TEXAS. : ORANGE'S DELEGATE RETURN . Roach toy* th* Convention's ft*, wilts art Vary Satisfactory. Ja* P. Roach, on* of tho Orang* to the Four State* hnmlga- League, which coo venad at New Monday, returned last night. Roach says that the convent Ion highly successful In *very r**pact Ufc* enthusiasm very marked "I enthusiastic over the work," *aid loach, "and have teamed hum- way* aad mean* of advertíate* action. What we are after la a to reach the people of the north, I net ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 11 November 1903

•a go Three MontttN 8 00 one Month ■ins Kate* on Application. -Vrr •I *0 1 Every Afternoon. Sunday Excepted. H=S Hi s*= ORANGE, TEXAS, NOV. 11, 1TO3. tfc ' í¿¿ GOOD ROADS. Good roads are community builders. This (act baa been demonstrated in hundreds of Instances tn various parts oí the world at different stages of its history. The ancient Romans believed in good roadB and the military roads they constructed before the Christian Era Stand today as monuments to the skill of their engineers. Good roads Induce Immigration and the county which has good roadB soon becomes known to the outside world as a good country to settle in. Orange county has practically no roads worthy of the name. She has wagon trails leading across her fer- tile prairies and through her wooded districts, but of roads that are really serviceable she has none. What is the result? With the excep- tion of rice farms there is practically no farming done in the county. * A truck farm worthy of the name 1b not within he...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 11 November 1903

hp '"ifc* *'4 N V Jh* m* /1 j# ® 3 W&' WW'- « VW,' KM! TRIAL HAN ü-l;,;': D W;r * EftTSON ft BRUCE ATTORNEYS M. * . Illllin awtMNMi ORAHM, TUMI itlcn of Prop ** I for Improvement «I County Roads. On. Will H. Bruck, OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN. mmm rmutiMMNiin _, >t*a.fe.;«l« i Mi. <Mt* butMing it* PIMM. #«c« IT«: M«W Pfcon#. res. m KB.CLKRflSSOl (£ TCMAS* GOOD BJUUUG >b* bad attbe V. C MMS, fray. Cured ~ f * MTWOtOnVCOAVS. ttmwl* Wmnn mmlmSS: GBM fCE CUBAN «j Drinks. ClgMf . m. 9. OARMU. PROT. IHiiSil' B. SIMMONS í®Kv;í vflH «'F- commissioners put la A work yesterday making and pausing on the numerous accounts that had accumulated. County Judge W. J. Wingate and Commls alonen J. J. Windham, R. C. Gravett, iB. !>. Harria and Robert Garner were present, yi^r^. :, v ! An order waa pasted approving the reporta of the county officers for the that $i per month lor three months he allowed Charles no?r«nl itoo Mrs. W. M Lewhart SMtMfttni. Hubbard as muper claims and the clerk be a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 11 November 1903

DREEBEN of Beaumont, to display Stock OÍ -ii<* «* «• H Carpets, Lace Curtains Portieres and Draperies Mr. Dreeberf is disposing of his stock at prices whiirh defy competition, and by placing his line on exhibition here we offer an opportunity to our cus- tomers that will save them many dollars. The stock will be on display at my store Hovmbtr 17th, l$tb, 19tb, And we extend an invitation to every one to call and see the stock. Mr. Dreeben will be here in person and you are welcome, whether you come to buy, or only to see the latest creations in house- furnishings. * " B. SACHS. ally Bji/lV,.;, W. H. STARK. President MILLER. Vie W. w. neio CmsMler J. O. SIMS, 4aa'f Cmaklmr &staü>íis^eá Í589. (first 3\.ationaf of Orange, 3"exas. YOUR BUSINESS IS SOLICITED. We Sime lo be Courteoui. Prompt Careful and at Literal si CmimImi with Aburfaf "titty. ,jr TRAIN SCHEDULE. Southern Pacific. Eastbound— Arrives. No.4 ,... l:lBp.m. No. 6 7:00 a.m. No. 8 10:68 p.m. No. 10 9:60a.m. Westbound...

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

■ , OACH, í mm mffiw. MM m$4t IHilia*' ,*'.1 advisers of the bol* that a treaty with sacceeds to the sovereignity they hold the United State's raltiflcatlon of the treaty with Panama will secure any-possible defect in the treaty. . BfüT ' r t , ' ^ , ' ' I ' ««Sill \v," IPSla -H ;*SJ M. ITKO NT0TVI in iy I " 12, NUMBER 196 HUM PAPER HAKIMS iisPr PtWli ation whtch our customer*. ORANGE, TÍXAS. ...... i,.....: Qm blahoa's \xM Boyd, brother of Prederleo Boyd the junta, who Is now oo his way United States, has been ap- postmaster general. The ap- i been well received, aa Boyd luu been one of the prln- promoters of the Independence •SC. WOODHtAO, Or BKAUMONT f,' " " ' ' CHAMBER OF COMMKftCC, SPOKE HIGHLY IF MAKE Her Paper Mill |m His Address Before Convention of Four States Immigration League at New Orleans. IS V ra "favorite Mo picture aa a hero of the republic hung In a prominent t* the hall whom the seaaloas of the council are held. Dr. Bellxaro Porras naa been ap- pointed ooofldentla...

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

■IHHH BMieSigin TIXM, MOV. 12, 1R . " \ '; I ■'■ %í' :- ARE WE INDEPENDENT? Ti* vdft>g« Twm to proae to hem ttt Mu «Independence amó fít tt h*rt#vpwnrt«i cft «f M ¡rwwrt ««to. but the «dito* of íh* Texaa Ooaetor ton f b« «x*elto f food for thought ta the foil/wing: "The only re *on f ti earth wfey Te*a«* «h«u rt #jt be ttw> moat to- rteTwmdent and prmtmrmm p*o* #• any- where ta besan** w* ahlp onr «otton j mt «f *b" «tato—ead Ir. meat ti *tan«r out of fhe South—and have r shipped back to w« tb* manufacturad j ptwlnet Wc ahlp rmr wool and hid** j tí the. «urrlti and east and have mir j wmíJít imbed j tWth, and Shoe* and | other iwlW good* «f a isrrthlí «*- ; pena" We ibrw naafly half our j fmtf u, rii> ir (he orchard* and then buy • anned California and Maryland toma"** W" >mr tvtHUitnto of erar bscon from the north. when ft ta en Indisputable fact, that, ve have an ftn< «onntry for raiatng hog* a* there is on earth, We hoy wagoria. huKfClea, plows and other implement*...

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

as®* k , —— iKO. - fisT U 'J "r y 5 *d IS WAOON WILL job vovtk ORANGE AN No; mmm 'lr.¥É« Four States Immigration League , ollcflng FrfÉtlw feit tf :M r, Assistant General Passenger Agent of tfw Illinois Central Is Wortly oT Repiodnctlon In Brery Newspaper Published In tie Sooth. [toon a muon ATTORNEYS it'r fes. am. Will h. Bruck, PATMC mSKIAfl CURRY ¿SON, Ub IS 0*4*Cf. TEXAS. !. ' eating aaalmnte hai elite £2 Ht l.t my yearn «ge, while the country of the Mississippi river was yet , and choice tanda were oBtainable any of the Western state* agid Ter- itortes at pricea ranging from fl.25 to $10.00 per acre, when new towila were springing up at every county seat -as If by magic, and natural water pow- waft being tltUUed for flouring milla, sawmills and otbar iaduatrlea. Horace Greeley, in one of bin happy moods, gate eipresslon to thla eice! lent advice: "do Went young atan, go West." Tbeae were certainly wi rill of frinJoLi, at i naay a Mitts, rtv pleasantly ati i proaporoualy la- cnl...

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

K " H a iíSI' Mabita r-t^t . i í ■ • ■ : HA í ', v J!®?'®)® xv|S S*fe 5-f 1.^ '' :' 'l.'f ■RSW: W NOv. 16 to iff ' ■ 1 ''V mkm _____ Slip® isi i$i H I IN order to prove to all our friends that the Majestic is the most perfect range on the market, we have arranged for a cooking exhibit lasting one week. £)uring this exhibit we will have a Majestic range in operation and show our friends that it will bake better and quicker, heat more water and heat It quicker, with less fuel than any other range made. We don't ask you to believe all our statements, but do ask you to call at our store any time during the exhibit and we will convince you that the Majestic is exactly as represented. Don't fail to give us a call. Note the date. fmSF mm$f mii «Mi i . ^ ¿ ' , T' —•, . ; ■ ' ' 1 l"'^I fetí ' i 1 I tmmmm Ww- ' B iM mwWw Wlíéí' ¡5ííoV« ¡¡few Ha r mm, i p« i I rbSBS ■t 1 i ■j£!- m Ss w V ■ - m tgft MHH Remember the D November 16 tai SiA&fiNE -r ' " ' "J^L _ ' t .>*&?• mmm l| S« #«®f...

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

IOON, asa ^V'4'í - ASSOCIATED PRC88. 13,1903 J., • , , ( * .. fe-S Y-'L ft\ mm mMml 7-V - ft t a regular Ban fill MÍ Wff accommodation which extended our customers. ORANGE, TEXAS. 1Mi ■ Rl PwSP I 1 í w $ y/f);, ?y LEADING CITIZCN8 ON THE SONO IMUE. IK1GRHTI0H Ptm, «mm Mayer Hum Building and — inty. ««boot facilities would lm- MM the farmer would have a more comfortable and profitable life generally. "t em in favor of getting an export man and having him put tha county road* In the best possible con- dition. With Rood men handling the Job the improvement would be perma- nent. | am sure the farmers will all Join la the forward march." Mayer Bancroft. His honor, Mayor Bancroft, when approach*! on this subject, said f *q WmK*. — O Cliff Tucker, WelFRnown In Orange, ® In Trouble at Fuqiia post ;; § Deputy Sheriff John Modesett of Liberty county arrived in Houston last evening on the Houston East and West Texas train, but he was shorn of the prisoner with whom be left Fuqua shortly after ...

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

80 AppitcaUon. ORANGE, TEXAS, NOV. ft, 1903. tton Wr IMMIGRATION TO THE SOUTH. The subject which should be of paramount interest to every citizen of this wonderful Southland is that inducing immigration to this much led section. The recent conven- or the Four States Immlgatlon League at New Orleans brought out much valuable data regarding tUs Motion from the many delegates pres- ent from the States of Texas, Louisi- ana, Mississippi and Alabama and all of this information regarding the tour states will be put into such shape as will interest the homeseek- er. The Times-Democrat has the fol- lowing excellent editorial on the con- vention and some of the things brought out by the interchange of ideas and experiences, are deserving of careful perusal of all who feel in- terested In the development of the great Southwest: The speeches and discussions . be- fore the Four States Immigration League, which has Just adjourned here, if put in proper shape and pre- sented to those people in th...

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

a m m.* wÉSfjÉpL. 2JL£ tíVÍv' " Í¡ 'W tütm HBBá¿$%■•,' S® :Í;iFííSW-:'' S CLEAN tCE CURTAINS ORANGE i HAND DRY. mmmm -;í £ ira p. v*m te fresh eu,le<1 walk* to o** of the oCt- arrangee the specimens IK It (luí Tim contaln- and ifliM both the botan ■uglish name. Thus visitors art nada acquainted with the flowers which they have seen growing wild whleh they have had no mm ATTORNEYS LM9ln« th< the Immortals are drowsing their National fYench dictionary. • law coarta hare been adding, of- Ictally, a aaw word to the French ta an action brought by la Mnalc Hall company against tea Caalao da Parla tor an in- reatralnlng tea latter from airertlalag an exhibition of "Looping tea loop/' tDa court hold that "loop, lac the loop" now belonged to all lan- and oooeeqeently wna an or French word of deecripUon. rtaaa fill H« Bruce, trwc «nrsKiAit A tourist In Ireland who etayed ovar - night at a wayalde Inn not frequented by visitors Informed tee landlord In B thet hia boota which had bata pla...

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

. '^ill W¡M P$$ ■ ■' " - > : "■' ... •'-. «Vi • ^r'"1 v ''A $$&>*'• , ■■•.•■: Ép|í' ^ !|ÉÉI; PliLi^ .. fíCffikíjfe'' ': " ifáifá ' •'* lili * i 1LJ '¿íí -í;ÍJpf'fc'j/Si^W iV-¡í'vi,'■ |mw|é|Í' ' ¡ ',' i. lírUP !w?TOw. fi B - ','i . ¿Í^SwtIÍM mm m-mmm-- | are a É&V4- ^kv)i ■>:,;'ífjy:¡:y?' mmmm lili' \i 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 because I will sell you choice residence lots with a small payment down, .the balance on easy monthly payments. This makes it possible for yo 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 tew cents on the dollar in ten years. City lots have doubled in value in the pat wo years, and with present prospects will double again in the next two years. Is there any reason why you can't participate in the increase of valu...

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

■PPPQROI ¡ ■R31 reo rant. n¿ iiiM. mm m, NOVEMBER 14, 1903 NUMBER mm ír%: • ' ■ : Hi # IT SATURDAY. NOV. 21st six s' selling during our Aggressive Sale ed the utmost confidence reposed in us by our pat- the consequence, business was extremely lively. In of existing local conditions, we should feel very much But our aggressive attitude has been instru- ir) producing such results. ■ Our AGGRESSIVE LE prices have been winners, and many a dollar und its way into our cash drawer originally destined for another quarter. Our efforts during this last week ill be just a$ energetic; for a hint note the following: STYLISH MEN'S OVERCOATS AGGRESSIVE SALE PRICES ■ ! . I- * Mug *■ ■. mmtm % The belt style overcoat for men cao be had from any up-to-date clothing stock. Being long, loose and attractive, it is an ideal coat for general wear. The sort we show bears the KIRSCH- BAUM label. This illustration perfectly picture* the style. The regular city price is $15.00; during the last week of the Agg...

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

mmm mn SOCIAL AND PERSONAL NOTES AND TIMELY TOPICS HgnjÉ. flap All communication intended for tUl department should b* addresseA , M HM. V, T. Y°oi.laui>, care the Tribune, and to tonare Insertion In the 1 current Issue should reach this desk not latsr than Vrldsy mod. . ■' i n i i ii ii •nhl The following article from the pen of Mrs. Fenwick, of San Antonio we regard as a good preface to our club directory which we are sure comprises all the different klndB of clubs there mentioned: v Now that the club year is again well under way and we have met and exchanged greetings after the long summer vacation, and many women I are already busy preparing their pap- ers and expecting to shine in their own little circle, would It not be well for us to stop and ask the question. "What are we going to put Into this year's work?" Por what we put in is just what we will take out. This great organization known as the Wo- man's club had for Its first object, study and mutual Improvement, but It b...

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

• v,„ ...■. f. >.r./ . v. ' 5, - '% ■ =■ :-^■■ -^"■■vi.v^-.";. -■ .-• ■ .-■ ■' /' ■'•■ - $ '' 5 \ - ' ' i ',v,. wBtojfcl'ft •'. l<} 1 pili BV1 V ms1SBwi" ¡snP^'W whrhm EBWTC irfl Sil , NOVEMBER 21 W^í¡a«,;|!^ !'ttÉ' te- ;.Jiv 's . ■ INÉií 1ÜM «Pili <feífe,a ®? naMHPMP ■A.';U . • £*£¿=¿1 t:-.::'V *' ■ ' Ü IfHH ff^AMriiWJW/SflS.V S ":*''• ' 'V>Uf • PUBLIC ■ . •iiiin can find extraordinary values at our Big Closing Out Sale, and the mcement of a week of UNHEARD-OF PRICE-CUTTING following the phenominal selling of t ten days will be looked upon as a veritable lucky Strike for the bargain-hunter. In going through the big Graves, Bland & Co. Bankrupt Stock we have found many lines broken, and some goods such as Gloves, Shoes, Velvets, Cashmeres, and the like, slightly damaged. The injury to s is hardly perceptible to any but an expert, yet we wish to rush tkem out as rapidly as possible, and will DUCE THE SELLING PRICE FAR BELOW FIRST COST. ******* *** s*\- Ü "'•" 1 .■■.-•...

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

kNGE, TEXAS, NOV. 14, 1003. >A8M0OIC ADVERTISING. We believe a merchant should ad every day In the month If be would get the best results. Advertís lag la the life blood of business, but that's no reason why a merchant should advertise In spurts, like a severed artery. If yonr trade Is dull, all the greater ' Is the reason for your using your dally paper for advertising purposes, that you may get your share of what business there Is. It Is not absolutely essential that you use a page each day, but some kind of an ad of yours should appear In each Issue of your local paper If you would achieve the best results. Let your dally ad contain your name and a quotation of price on some sea- sonable article and you will find that you get direct results the next day on the strength of the ad. The Indi- rect results of the dally ad are inesti- mable and they come to you long after the ad itself has been forgotten by the paper's readers. It is the keeping of tour name con- stantly before the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 14 November 1903

,^V V-.' • ''i&ft "u i r I I • ! r IMPoi ds Compnny MM■ «B —i uíf H s fcáá '.«v1 liM ; • iiiliiifiri i n" tu ■ ■'' UA n w wm for Next Week, NOVEMBER 16 to 21. -■ lililí Don't mlaa this opportunity to aiipply yourself with a nice Walking Skirt or Petticoat at a -.price you will be glad to pay MINI ING SKIRTS ■*■ — ¡•So Quality, Sacrifice Sale Price !!'■ 8o<> : «< • U 7.50 W 6'5° ■' ■11 «< •••■ u ' ■ • 'ii-'- 1 m Ü « <1 (1 i-S0 «1 . «i i( 5.00 «« «i t< 400 . •'•*« ■:' • u <1 300 « * " 41 - it $6.60 6.05 5.75 5.45 4-47 4.32 3.63 2.62 RjSpi m mtmm ' *.V {K*l €| 8 ®fi 2.00 I.OO SOROSIS PETTICOATS $3.50 Quality, Sacrifice Sale Price 2.50 (< << o «i (< <( it u (( it % it s 1 it <( (( (( <( H (< (( it to the above Hat of bargains and every department will contribute taw specials that are pure cream We are determined to show Orange shop- pers that HODGES Is the home of real bar- gains. That what we advertise we supply JUST AS ADVERTISED= m -U ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 14 November 1903

those have to be spellbound to the fffrom the plat- i of the fading days of the Con tod- General Gordon 1b to many a remarkable man. Going i the war at an early age and with light command he developed Into of the moat brilliant and aocom- soldlers on the Southern side, the closing days perhaps the ablest lieutenant General Lee had. At the end of the war he became naturally a conspicuous figure In the period of reconstruction, but from the moment he sheathed his sword one of the most powerful agencies In oementlng the divided sections of the union. Enter- ing politics he appeared in the lime- light as one of the abfes't aid most successful of Southern governors and senators and one of the wisest of Dem ocratic counsellors, and then, retiring from public life, he ascended the plat- form to become one of tbe most grace- ful and effective of our ^lecturers. In these reminiscences tbe reader will find him again a notable figure for though there are histories and stories of the war perhap...

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