The Orange Daily Tribune. (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 93, Ed. 1 Tuesday, July 14, 1903 Page: 4 of 4
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We gire mjmcIeü cart to our Hepelr D«
with sklUful mMlnwi
All our repair work la at lowest poMlble
with «iccllent workman
Zbt Palace Jewelry
JOE LUCAS Uak BelMia
Report of boainsM transacted at
Fort Arthur docks during the month
Of June, 1903,, officially reportad toy
Vessels Clearing Coastwise—
a dream of delight and If "sweet
tug*" were not whlspsrod under
tafiueneo of the "light o' Urna"
Uw^árét tine on reeord. The pi
waa chaperoned lit Mr. and Mm. C.
Mr. and M . II. "
of hit I
and la building a
j ■« A
Mlaaee Mn* «rat and Byrd Coc
of Beaumont, Mlsees Lllile Bland,
nle Sholara, Maud Bland,
and Belle Peveto, Messrs. P
jr.. W. C. Stewart, Jack
Fred McJunken. Dr. X). R. Beastrunk
M" ' * ■ I
Max Mlller'e Truok Oa
Columbus was not the only
erer. Neither waa Drake or
Max H. Miller, oBoe boy i
manager of the Gate City
company, ta something «tai
tila own self. Max
teas* trouble—not Ike organic Iktad—
and liaa into the habit "of
eity, aa well aa a
On tteeavaar ot
diagonally opposite the
• • • • • • e .-• • •
Veaaels Clearing Foreign—
Cargoes Carried Coaatwlae—
Crude petroleum 26,667,377
Solar oil 1,734.807
Lubricating oil 394,946
. ■' ■/■
Total oil .28,097,217
Pitch, barrels .2,602
Asphaltum, barrels 6.065
Pitch pine, sup feet 329,891
Cargoes Carried Foreign—Wheat,
176,000 bushels, value $140,000; pitch
pine, 1,007,907 sup feet, value $16,267;
walnut wood, 360 tons, value $10,000;
total valuea, $166,267.
J| Arrivals and clearances at Port Ar-
thur to July 10:
July 0—Ss Ligonier, Reynolds mas-
ter, from Fhllsdelpbia: Ss Larimer,
Johnaon master, from Philadelphia.
July $—Ss Harry Loefanbach,
Thompson master, from Now York,
Ss J. M. Guffey, Wellman master.
July 3—Barge 8henanco, Croekei
■matter, with 1,841,510 gallons of
erode petroleum for New Orleans.
July 8.—Barge Providence, Gardiner
master, with 996,000 gals, crude petro-
leum tor New Orleans.
July—Bs Larimer, Johnson, wttb
1,312,762 gals, crude petroleum for
July 6.—Bs Ltgonier, Reynolds mat-
ter, with 1,293,436 gals, crude petrole-
um for New York.
July Tug B. L Russell, Lind-
strom master, towing barge Connaut
to New Orleans.
July 8.—'Barge Connaut, Gilbert
with 702,740 gala, erode petro-
for New Orleans.
Inly 9 —Ss J. M. Guffey, Wellman
, with $10,400 gala, erode petro-
leum for New York
A Trip to the Lake.
A merry party of young folks en-
a tally-ho drive to Lakevlew last
;.«■ A light running tally-ho, a
il team, good roads and Jolly
made the minutes fairly fly,
•they knew it they were at
neacn. uAuiin§ . 'MP*
in until the witching hoar of
warned ike revsflers of the
of another day and the feet
snod times must end. The
Walking along yesterday on the roar
of a vacant testases lot ha stumbled
tnto a veritable wild trook tana. Un-
der aa old wagon to found a
nui<ni vine in full
growth and with a
attached. Twined around ene of
wheels he found a
several large tomatoes, and andar the
treat axle he saw a muekmekm no
ripe. In additkm to the above he
well developed atalke
that he claims the ehttro
to the inn
law in each
home df Rev. Br. T.J. Htorae. It
two stories and eight
rooms. Dr. '-florae tee often
that when he retired :
duties tot the pulpit he
remainder of his lite ta the Gat
dug foto 'his elegant home and
oereful manner In whleh te la to
his grounds treated shows
means <nactj¡| what he saya.
AtjptCf %KMnaa' new home
oorner of Cypraes and Sixth is
ttaully completed end its two
of height and
eonfltructiok shows It waa built
withstand the "teat of time."
Hon. George «L Holland Is a
fo the theory that « fast
bUlty—la other worta, a
only a profitable iaveatment, hot
people fo asme to a
haa lust had completed on the corner
of Wgtrth and Pine Just sueh a
aa a man of ordinary msans
build tor a home. Two stories fo
H. J. Welnfleid, New York.
J. F. Ryan,
W. C. Welch. New Orleans.
Geonge K. Holland, wife m
Dr. Tom F. Coyfo, City.
J. D. Sanderson,
M. W. Mara hall,
R. B. Goroe and wife, City.
Phil R. Btoe, New Oriaaaa.
Simon J. Loeb, New Orleans
J. A. Kline, intoning*. La.
FTOd A. McJenkins. Dallas.
8. Solomon, City.
Moaes Levi, New
F. A. Phillips, St. Louis.
P. P. Taylor, Beaumont.
W. C. Stewart, city ^
W. A. Gunning, city.
Charles Daboval, city.
John B. O "Nell, city.
Chatios T. Wolfe. St
R. Carpenter, New Orleans.
J. R. Tuttle, St Louis.
R H. Pan pell, Fort Worth.
D. H. MaoLeod, city.
Will T. Peragoy, New Orlaei
Ben H. Klmbrough, Beaumont.
A. M. Barbee, Louisiana.
B. C. Richmond,
Far Sale. >K |
My property on Front street, baek of
First National Bank, for $2*00; $1700
eash and purchaser assume eight
notes of $100 eaoh on thp property.
J-8-14. B. G
movoo to urinyit
D. Portwood, Jr., and family, of Fort
Worth have moved to Orange and
have a suite of rooms at the Holland.
Mr. Portwood is a brother of J. M.
Portwood, one of the owners of the
Gate City drug ¿tore. He has been in
the insurance business for twelve
years at Fort Worth and will pursue
the same profession in Orange. He
has offices in the Link building. Mr.
Portwood nnd his family are welcome
to OfBlBge and win, we trust, make the
Gate OKy their permanent
and harlev food.
**« ••• •• - * y
halla and every
the Imhw aa ideal home
waa leaeed long We Its
It fo to be hoped that Mr. Holland's
example will he followed by ether cap-
italists and more of such hitases will
be built tor the bettor (Haas of renters.
The additiona to Hon. John T. Hart's
beautiful home at the west end of
Green avenue ere font about comoiet-
ed. aad have added folly 100 par oent
to the appearance of this already mag-
nSaent mansion. Setting, aa it dose,
fotrly In the line of vision «t anyone
looking toward that end of the beauti-
ful thoroughfare, surrounded by stdto-
ly oaks aad embowered la
flowers and twtnmg vines, n
the appearance of whttt it in reality la,
a magnificently Dsauuiui noma.
Just across from Mr. Hart' place
Ilea the broad acre of Jos Bland's ss-
tata. For many yean Mr. Bland tes
lived in a email cottage on this prop-
erty. and he has now decided to have
erected a pretty suburban villa, which
will add not a little to the pretty
neighborhood of his home. Be let
foe oontract yesterday for the
tfon of a t JÉ!,.,
style cottage to D. W. Howell, who
win awamencc its creation at naca,
dip^fc. Joe's is beautiful-
Ig.atoBked with shade and fruit traas.
and when hie pretty cottage I
plated 4t win he
"■ — ■' -'m. . - - ■ *■'** - ■ a-a
setting aa It does, only a
d loe ka iroifi lae
■ImMosd jfc'rt it IMIHl v
rToiit mq nnn fitiMi
of restful color to the
. In the way of new
there I* nothing doing
although throe at least aro fo <
ttiatton and will be atarfod bel
end of summ
gpo^ ^iebarto has Jnet fla
two-story hotel west of
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Rein, Charles M. The Orange Daily Tribune. (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 93, Ed. 1 Tuesday, July 14, 1903, newspaper, July 14, 1903; Orange, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth183106/m1/4/: accessed April 19, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lamar State College – Orange.