Orange Daily Tribune. (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 238, Ed. 1 Saturday, January 2, 1904 Page: 3 of 4
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election taw. Z>\
It U bung
'a. lodge A.
111 and Wt It
estimated, títere ere
precinct* la Testa*,
tve a net of offl-
r, to conduct the
la fixed at $2 per da/,
delivering the return*
II $2. Aside from
at liwittf ex*
to furntah the
r hoIdlag ilSj
M for ma.
r tH* H IL
A miller «ad hie so*
the male between them,
Passersby made merry
let the male dow
the hoy tor rising
I | i ted and the filler rode,
tor making the little hoy walk;
Jeered at them tor their cruelty
drote the mulé ahead; but many
might fMe.v- r- 'V a -
■0 miller'* son. '
aitéd ■" ex-
Jttoe tor the
returns of a
__ or coun
it.ic at the
be o pM
mder the #
- ere «elm-
w'.th the executive com
toe. It has been suggested that
split, the dl«**ence as toí&í uay.
hold their conventions on Friday.
, tod one
$ '•&" ^
of IS cents an all
Sf an Inducement tor
correctness. ..The tee
will put the taz «bUector
toe hill act Besides this
must make oatlt as to htaj
the questtos seems to be
there IS no doubt but what many
become atar , and demure when called
upon to tell what their ages are.
FVwtr ballot boxes are prescribed
tor éetíh voting place, wo as to enaMe
the count to be m ade every hour. Sec.
2«, relating to the certificate of ex-
emption la case a prospective voter
is to become of age before election
d«jr. but not to time to pay his pod
bill fixes February I as the
January I, which is
now reoognlsed by law tor all purposes
'Air Ú1** subject. h¿ , j£k; mk.
Again touching the subject of con-
flicts, the legislators permitted this to
get by them. Section M read : 'in
precincts were 100 or more vote; were
cast." etc. Section 4ft reads: "la pre-
cincts where more than 160 vote were
cast," etc. These two sections will no
doubt cause some additional thinking
among the county official*, as to how
the two sections can be hbrmoalsed.
,ljefe Is a gross oonftlct whlfeh will
likely cause some pretty wahn con-
tentions It, is fotind in sections <5
and 17 and refers to th* furnlffcing of
supplies. Section 45 says that the
county commissioners court shall fur-
nish an many sett of voting booths as
It is brieve -
the old convention
be reported to by
In order to save
ch lb caused by a prl
Of course, the big
P expression of the
obtained In that manner
counties whl not go In;o
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will therefor re-
lts objectloifl |
able features can S*.repealed and the
law geaeraQy have the kinks removed
and warped places straightened out
The secretary of State prescribes
the fbnaa and the various Conn-
er present in livorabij.
Christian Endeavor meets at 6:15
S "The Growth of Greed."
hlng again at 7;1ft.
pastor will again deliver an ad-
some time next week, subject:
are the Disclpleé, or whsit does
ristian church teach." Tlifte
announced Sunday morning I
in the Tribune.
L. A. BETCHER, Pastor.
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Colored Baptist Church.
mmmrnm h. D.
of Sequin, Ta*., is in the city
nfter the interest' of Gauda-
r comes well recommend-
scttool ha the endorse-
sucli men as Hon- 1. B. Dlb-
es A. Óttlber-
to raise money to
lumber at Lutclu-r
mill, Ono who helps In the
education for the colored
Iplng the country. It is
single case of a name-
evér occurred la our'l
educated negro. Rev.
at the colored
at 11 a. m.
G, A. C0UL80N.
Avenue Baptist Chu
be the régular c services
tííst ahurch. |
Sunday School! m.
Preaching, 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Regular cooferénep táedtlnp; at 12 m.
it is very desirable that all the mem-
bers of the church attend conference
at 12 m. as busmen!- of Importaneo
win crime before the oh.rch.
G. A. C0ÜL80N.
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hool at í:45 a. m
o'clock: , Subject,
JOb ir.Ü. Bpworth
services at 3 p. m. Preaching at i
'v X':' .. i".' .iiJrfiiiv' ■;
e of His omce, |
all Pttblfc asyt
while the late i
' r 'víiií^'
| áftrolt^ ;«nd.
that this was a good time to
an official duty. M
be said that HerscbeW bore the t
tatkm of being somewhat
times. He knocked at thc<
after a long delay, was
, "Yon can't come in," he
inspect ttfe institution Just the i
"Indeeá; but ™
11 Come, oome, 3|
the Lord Chancello*,'^11*^
"Ob. that's all right,"
functionary^ "we've tofcjf of 3
Notice of Ans
The aqnnal me
holders mT the
tor the purpose of .
ties supply them. In this respect the
secretary óf state has acted
preparing all necessary
kg them to th«
^ir:. eo they., w'ül have
year to study them and prepi
for the flrst election
with the cumbersome el
iery of this ambiguous taw.
Thé taw baa two redeeming features
which should act be overlooked, and
they are worthy of mention.
One I that the expense of holding
an election is properly distributed and
falls on .the counties Instead of the
I Tito other feature, and the one
which ha reeolved a general Indorse-
ment. Is that provision that primary
Th> ' *11* P ^t|M opract.icc
Share of Your Bu
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there are political parties holding pri-
mary elections, and a set of voting
booths'shall be furnished each politi-
cal party for each voting precinct In
said town or city.
Section 97 provide that the party
executive committee of each county
shall provide and furnish Just such
Vpting booths, Ruartl rails and ballot
boxes for the u*e at primary election>t j
" the party that cast the next high-
vote tor governor, etc. The con-
HlOt called attention to above will
U#e many opinions to come from
e attorney: general and county atkor-
botheraome provtaion Is In
Hoctlqn 2(®whlch reads as follow :
"The tjjftiy oomfolssionei* court
hall mum) be prepared and dellvar-
thewix collector, two additional
of ato#* blank poll tax receipts
precincts requiring them, of
|pts and blank eertlücates
Ptlon before the irat day of
and let them sen you a Heater.
~ you don't want a heater, buy a Garland
If you will do the proper thing you will buy
GrOiaittd see their licfe of
They handle the best.
of each year, tor
1 set hefore being
' clerk :**
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10. Brevar*.—The new school at
Hrevard was opened tí*e first of Oc-
tober. with Professor E, tí. Bishop, of
Kentucky, as principal, assisted by
Mrs, David Hay,
Miss Mattie SUnsel. of North Caro-
llna—these will form the faculty tor
the year. The Western Jí C. confor-
ence is pushing to completion the
building and have secured generous
donations in the furnishings.
t1. Cuban Work.—Our Cuban
schools all opened the first week of
September. Miss Mary Bruce, 81
intended of all this work, lives 1*
own house in Ybor City. She super-
all; conducts mother meet-
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a Garland Range—The World's Best.
íes and Harness
DON'T FORGET THE PLACE 1
e Orange Hardware
rices has exploded
e a that hardware
Charges are always high -
in our store anyway, how-
ever it may be with others.
We have a very large stock
which we would like to ex-
change for c?.sh in a hurry.
fhe Only Way
JB ^ ^ di
-X 1 r , 2 honestly is to cute
off the prices of our goods and your good t ra<"' " "
will do the rest. Every tiling in the store has
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Rein, Charles M. Orange Daily Tribune. (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 238, Ed. 1 Saturday, January 2, 1904, newspaper, January 2, 1904; Orange, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth183008/m1/3/: accessed November 21, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lamar State College – Orange.