The Orange Daily Tribune. (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 249, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 1, 1903 Page: 4 of 4
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! .The First National Bank
of Orange. Texas.
YOUR Bv«SH"c'8« IS SOLICITED.
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» Courteous, prompt, careful and .is liberal as consistent with absolute security
Any subscriber to The Daily
Tribune who fails to receive the
paper should report same promptly
to the office, by telephone or in per-
son, and the circulator will investi-
gate the complaint without delay.
Southern Pacific Railroad
syth in sky blue, with an tntermlxture
of purple, representing the heavens
during a snow storm, and below shows
a bewildering blending of colors. It
must be seen to be appreciated.
There will be a special meeting of
the H. P. O. Elks next Tuesday, and
all members are urged to be present.
P. 0. Gray and wife have taken a
suite of rooms at the beautiful Hol-
No. 6......9:08 a.m. No ft........5:53 p.m.
No. 10......9:60 a.rai I No 9........8:W p.m.
No. 8......11:30 p m No. 7..,......6:JI a.m.
Orange & Northwestern Railroad
Joe Eddleman, the deputy marshal,
who has been confined to his bed on
account of an attack of la grippe, is
again up and able to attend to his du-
No. t, Iv.....7:30a m. No. 1, ar.....7:00 p.m.
O. & N. W. trains connect with Kansas
City Southern at Maurice and with the Santa
A happy new year's gift was a fine
boy born last night to Mr. and Mrs.
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and which are to make this mil! a
stepping stone to the finest and best,
the most complete and largest plant in
the South. And this idea is in a fair
way to be realized, for already some
magnificent offers have been made
and are .being considered, which will
place this plant far in the lead of any
Southern competitor and crowd some
at the best Northern enterprises.
Speaking of the permanency of the
plant, Mr. Smith'said: “The mill is
here to stay, to grow and Increase and
to make not only Orange, but the en-
tire state of Texas, thankful for the
day that located the paper mill at
The Orange paper mill has the finest
Globe rotary In the United States and
seven boiler makers from New Or-
leans have been busy for three weeks
putting it together. It holds seven
tons of cut straw and weighs over six-
teen tons. This, together with the ro-
taries for cooking the pine shavings
and wood, are all ready for business.
Most, of the chemicals, one carload of
alum, one carload of sizing and two
carloads of caustic soda, costing s'"- o e
$5000, are’ here, and paper making in ;
Orange is a grand reality, Lr’n y
Charles ami the croakers to the c:n 1
Pre-Inventory Clearance Sale
Begins January ist. Therefore these very low prices are for a limited time only. |
Remember that we have no old stock or shopworn goods, but all fresh and latest
styles, bought within the last three months direct from the factories. A A A A
Fresh Imported Dill and Dodso
Hill Sour Barrel Pickjes.
McLEAN & CURRY.
General Delivery Hours from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Genl Del'y Sunday from 9:30a.m. to 10:30a.m.
All mail should be mailed fully 30 minutes
Before time of departure of trains.
It. J. LOONEY. Postmaster.
Local and Personal.
Miss Millie Granger of Orange, Tex-
as. is visiting her brother here.—Hack-
berry items in Lake Charles Press.
Ward Jayeox returned to Orange
this morning, after spending yesterday
here with friends.—Lake Charles
Mrs. A. P. Jujo and family returned
this morning from Orange, Texas,
where they spent the holidays w-ith
relatives.—Lake Charles Press.
Mrs. G. F. Roberts, sister of Mrs.
C. F. Pannewitz, arrived from New
Orleans yesterday for a visit.
The young people of Orange danced
the old year out and the new year In
at the room used as a dancing acade-
my by Miss Bessie Moss in the Rein
building. There were quite a number
of handsome couples present, and all
enjoyed themselves notwithstanding
the inclement weather.
Heinz’s fine preserves in five-pound
stone crocks, quince, strawberry and
all the popular flavors.
McLEAN '& CURRY.
Try our Orange brand coffees, fresh j
roasted, in all grades. We make a I
specialty of Java Blend, in one-pound
cans. POND BROS,
George E. Holland and family have
moved to the new Holland, where they
have secured a suite of rooms until
their beautiful new home shall he fin-
E. Eckert, the enterprising jeweler,
has purchased the home of George E.
Holland and will move same to his
lots across the street.
An Old Resident Dead.
Port Harris, one of Orange’s old cit-
izens, died this morning at 11 o’clock
at his residence, of consumption.
Mr. Harris was 62 years old and one
of the pioneers who settled here in
the early days.
The funeral will occur tomorrow af-
J. G. WARFIELD, household goods
and piano moving a specialty. All or-
ders receive prompt attention. New
Seal of North Carolina tobacco in
eight-ounce wood box; fresh.
McLEAN & CURRY.
Miss Margaret Schlosser returned
today from a visit to her mother at
Dr. F. W. Lawson, who has been vis-
iting his mother at Navasota for some
days, returned yesterday to Orange.
Mr. W. L. Trailer and wife arrived
here from Olivia. Texas, Calhoun
county, and will visit Mrs. Trailer's
parents. Judge and Mrs. Sells.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Chambers ar-1
rived this morning from Kansas City.'
Mrs. Chambers will henceforth make]
her home in Orange.
J. M. Portwood and family have se-
cured a suite of rooms at the Hotel
Holland and will remain there' until
their beautiful new home is finished.
Twin girls arrived last night at the
home of Mr. A. Womack, and that gen-
tleman and his family begin the new
year with music.
The store of Graves & Forsyth pre-
sents in its interior a sight of beauty
seldom seen In gents’ furnishing
stores. The ledge above the shelving
has been decorated by Mr! Henry For-
Holland Hotel Arrivals.
W. I). Bettis, city.
O. W. Stedman, Jr., Beaumont.
J. M. Portwood, wife and daughters
A. R. Forsyth, A. G. Pearce, C. F.
Pannewitz. C. M. Rein, R. B. Ooree, J.
D. Butler. J. W. Link, J. R. Davidson,
J. E. Craddock, Lake Charles.
A. R. Sholars. M. D., city.
George J. Davis, New York.
J. Arthur Johnson, Chicago.
Park Grey and wife, city.
A. Van Dykenhoven, city,
C. H. Schenille, New Orleans.
John Smith, St. Louis.
Editorial staff of Daily Tribune.
E. L. Reid, city.
Charles Daboval, city.
Will Campbell, city.
George E. Holland, wife and son,
Powdered sugar, guaranteed not to
get hard; something elegant.
McLEAN & CURRY.
Secretary Hockey Arrives.
J. E. Hockey, the secretary of the
Progressive League, came to Orange
today, accompanied by his wife,
and will at once go to work in the in-
terests of Orange. Mr. Hockey Is a
hustler and an aggressive kind of fel-
low, and, as he told the Tribune man,
his policy will be aggressive in the
extreme where the good and welfare
of Orange is concerned. We do not
doubt but that Mr. Hockey will do his
utmost for Greater Orange. His of-
fices will be centrally located. He has
already been formally installed as sec-
retary by the league and has his wires
in motion pulling toward Orange man
ufactories and enterprises of all sorts.
May the new year he a prosperous one
for the league, the interests of Or-
ange and all its citizens, and may
Hockey be successful in his efforts for
Have you tried our Angel Cake I
Flour—something nice; a revelation!
in cake making.
McLEAN & CURRY.
Men’s $1.25 Flannel Overshirts........$ .85
Men’s $1.75 and $2 Flannel Overshirts., 1.45
Men’s $2.25 and $2.50 Flan’1 “ 1.95
Men’s 50c Negligee Shirts............. .40
Men's 75c Netfliyee Shirts..............55
Men’s $1 Negligee Shirts...............85
Men’s $1.25 ^nd $1.50 Negligee Shirts.. 1.00
Men’s line quality $3.50 Shoes........ 2.90
Men’s good quality $2.75 and $8 Shoes.. 2.25
Men’s regular $3.50 pat. colt Shoes.. .. 2.50
Men’s regular $2 dress and work Shoes. 1.65
Men’s good $1.50 Shoes, lace and cong. 1.15
Men’s best $3 Hats.................... 2.45
Men's best $2.50 Hats................ 1,95
Men’s good $2 Hats................ 1.50
Men’s good $1.50 and $1.75 Hats...... 1,25
Swell line of $6 Pants, now...........$4.50
Large line of $5 Pants, now........... 3.75
Good line of $4.00 Pants, now.......... 3.00
Big line of $3 Pants, now............. 2.40
And all others in proportion, as low as 1.00
Prettiest assortment of 15c socks.......10
Large assortment, good value at 25c... .20
Fine line, worth 50c...................40
Swellest line of 50 and 75c Neckwear. .$ .40
Boys’ good $2.25 Suits, reduced to..... 1.50
Boys’ good $2.50 Suits, reduced to..... 1.75
Boys’ good $3.50 Suits, reduced to..... 2.75
Boys’ tine Suits, worth $4.50 &nd $5, at 3.50
Boys’ Hose up from....................40
A good line of Caps very cheap
Boys’ Shoes worth $1.50, now........ 1.10
Boys’ pat. leather Shoes, worth $1.75.. 1.25
Boys’ $2 vici Shoes, reduced to........ 1.50
Men’s Sporting Rubber Hip Boots,
worth $4.00, now......... 3.25
Men’s Rubber Boots, regular price $3.50
to $4,00, now...................... 2.50
Hunting Coats and Rubber Coats very cheap.
Good Trunks at a Bargain.
All other goods too numerous to mention at
Large assortment of working, driving and
dress Gloves at cut prices.
Men’s Woolen, Cotton and Fleeced Under-
wear at very low prices. Large line of Men’s
and Boys Sweaters at much reduced figures.
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A Chance on an ELEGANT TRUNK given free to each purchaser to amount of
$1.00. YVe do as we advertise, and fair dealing only. Wishing you,a Happy New
Year, we are, very respectfully, AAA A A A A A A A A A A
..Weil & Bernheim..
Roasted Peaberry is the popular, cof-
fee. Try some, fresh roasted by our-
selves, and we can guarantee it.
tf POND BROS.
A new depot is needed at this place.
Linebarger is visiting
ARRESTED FOR LUNACY.
Constable C. D. Edwards yesterday
afternoon arrested John Johnson, a ne-
gro, on a charge of lunacy, the charge
being preferred by the negro’s mother.
Johnson was placed in jail and will be
tried tomorrow on the charge.
Mrs. C. C.
Received today, pure imported olive
oil. McLEAN & CURRY.
We are sorry to chronicle the death
of Mr. Frederick.
Jack Noguess killed
one day last week.
a large deer
I desire to express my thanks to my
associates and employes who have
been so thoughtful to present me with
such an exquisite gift for New Year,
and employ this means of thanking
you, it being Impossible for me to see
all kind givers of this handsome gift,
and hope that the good fellowship that
has existed in the past will continue
for a long time to come to bring the
Orange and Northwestern to success.
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver of Lake Arthur*
La., ate Christmas dinner with Mrs
S. C. Linebarger left on Friday’s
train for a business trip to Scranton,
The first car on our new switch is
being loaded with rice by Van Willy
Don’t forget on the first of the new
year, if you want a new ledger, jour-
nal, trial balance book, of anything
like ink, letter files, invoice hooks,
carbon paper, waste paper baskets or
letter copying books, to call on Griggs,
Link building. tf
F. W. Linebarger of Massey busi-
ness college, Houston, is spending the
holidays with his parents.
Old Santa Claus remembered the
homes of Mr. Sam Peveto and J. A.
Bennett by giving them an addition to
X. X. X.
Java and Mocha fresh roasted cof-
fee. The best coffee on the market;
roasted and blended by ourselves,
tf POND BROS.
BANQUET TO BENEDICTS.
On the Eve of His Marriage a Popular
Society Man Entertains.
Last night at 8:30 o’clock there
gathered at the festive board of the
Hotel Holland a nunmer of the mem-
bers of the “Benedict Advisory Board”
to partake of a dinner tendered them
by Arthur Forsyth, who today will be-
come a benedict pure and simple. He
took this means of profiting by the
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For 30 Days Only We Will Conduct a
During which time we will give
20 PER CENT DISCOUNT gMSi
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We wish to reduce our stock before taking invoice,
hence rtiake this concession.
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Palace Jewelry Store,
advice of those already caught in the
tolls of matrimony, and thusly pre-
paring himself for what the future will
have in store for him.
The handsome dining parlor of the
Holland was beautifully decorated as
usual, and with a fine menu prepared
by Mr. Ellison in his inimitable style,
and a punch, the like of whicti'never
has been drunk before, the dinner
passed off very enjoyably. The gep-
tlemen appeared all in full dress, and
the event will be long remembered by
those who partook of the excellent
Following is the menu as presented
Celery Bouillon en Tasse.
Stuffed Olives Salted Almonds
Medallion of Red Fish a la Richelieu
Petites Paties a ia Victoria
Roast Jack Snipe sur Canape
Bar le Due Jelly
French Peas Potatoes Noville
Asparagus Tips Salad
Tutti Frutti Ice Cream
Thus was passed the last day of the
year 1902 and the last day of Arthur
R. Forsyth’s single blessedness.
Those present were: Dr. A. Q.
Pearce, Dr. J. D. Butler, C. F. Panne-
witz, J. R. Davidson, C. M. Rein, J.
W. Link, R. B. Qoree (best man), and
the prospective groom and host of
the evening, Arthur R. Forsyth.
Advertisements under this head, 8c per line
i’OR RENT—Elegant suite of office
rooii-s in the Bancroft building, south
and east exposure. Apply to Geo. W.
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WANTED—Clean rags for wiping ma-
phlnery. Highest price paid. Rein
Litho. Co. ' tf
JRronson & Bro.
CENTRAL FISH MARKET.
King up No. 158 for Fish,
Game and oysters for the
. .... Holidays . ....
CASH PAID FOR
HIDES, FUR AND
ALL KINDS OF GAME.
Collins & Morrison, Proprietors,
W. J. WINGATE,
Room 24, Bancroft Building.
Phone 7 Link Building
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C. W. WtTnrhne, Prop
Jill kinds of
Manufactured and' repaired
in first class style. Beet ma-
chinery, best material and
m kinds of
WANTED TO BUY—A small auxiliary
steam boiler. Apply at Tribune office,
A BARGAIN—L. C. Smith 12-gauge
hammeriess shot gun, In fine condi-
tion, $125 grade; price, $50. Tribune
FOR SALE—Established grocery bus-
iness, well located. Apply to C. L
Goodman, Orange, Texas.
BOARDERS WANTED—At the Wake-
field Johns place, corner Second and
Pine streets: board and lodging $5 per
week. Mrs. E. C. Hall. 3
Sheet Iron Work
I made and repaired. Smoke-
stacks, blowers, sheet iron
work, work for millB and
steamboats- Valley flues and
gutters for buildings. Iron
work for brick buildings“a
Skilled workmen sent to ay
part of the country. All or-
ders receive prompt attention
telephone Uo. 24.
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The Orange Daily Tribune. (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 249, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 1, 1903, newspaper, January 1, 1903; Orange, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth643457/m1/4/: accessed April 25, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lamar State College – Orange.