Orange Daily Tribune. (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 287, Ed. 1 Monday, February 29, 1904 Page: 4 of 4
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QIJR BUSINESS 16 SOLICITED
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LOCAL. AND PERSONAL.
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If you have visitors, or if you know’
any item which would be of interest to
a single reader of The Tribune, the
editor would4 appreciate a note or a
telephone message -to that effect Or,
if any occurrence of unusual interest
transpires, a reporter will be promptly
sent to the scene. Do not forget the
number. Both phones 25.
Robt Thomas, of Lake Charles,
spet Suday In Orange.
Bruner addition Co Orange is the
coming residence section.
' E. A. Fields, of Houston,
Sunday visitor to Orange.
Par4 Gray returned Sunday night
from a trip to eastern points.
Chiron 8pooner„ of LocKport, La.,
spent Sunday with friends in Orange.
See C. H. Giffin and let him tell you
about Bruner addition.
J. C. McCullough came over from
Jennings Saturday nighl and spent
Sunday with, his family In Orange.
Jas. Sargent, collector pf th& Port
PKt Arthur, spent Sunday with
-tU&quItable policies—backed hy the
Wrongest life insurance company in
the world. See HAYES.
G. A. Hudson, Chairman, Orange,
Texas, Feb. 27th, 1904.
To the Republican Precinct Chair-
men and Electors of Orange County.
By , direction of the County Execu-
tive Committee, a delegated county^
convention is hereby called to bq>
held in the county court house, in th'
city of Orange, at eight o'clock p. ir-
on Saturday, March 12th, 1104. ,T>®
purposes of said coaventlcn are to
elect five delegates and Ive riter-
nates to*the State eonveition -o be
held in Dallas, Texas, on larcl 22nd,
1904, at which State con-entim, four
delegates and four altcnates from
the State at large t* th- National Re-
publican convention ar to be chosen,
and to transact sich other business
as* may properly cou® before said
Your attentior is called to the fol-
lowing resolut^b* adopted by the
First. Al/ Precinct convention^
must be hel/at seven o’clock p. m.
on Saturday March 5th, 1904, and
precinct cl/rmen shall call their re-
spective vent Ions, naming place
for hold./ same, not later than
March 2/ 190*-
Secoi/ Tbe basis of representa-
tion iyhe county convention pliS?
be asA,llow8: Each justice of the
peace0recinct shaij be entitled to »
(thru votes tor the precinct, 2
(tw/votes for the organization and
1 jie) vote for each 50 (fifty) or
fraction cast by the precinct
fpresident McKinley in 1900. On
basis the various precincts are
tied to send delegates to the
6unty Convention as follows:
z7’z\»reclnct No. 1„.................13
Precinct No. 2 .................; 5
When a customer has once been educated
to QUALITY, he will not seek a store that
appeals merely to the desire to save a few
pennies $$$$$$ £$$
THE BEST IS ALWAYS THE
CHEAPEST—WE KEEP THE
BEST—Everything Good to Eat.
Curry, Jo ho son & Curry
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Continue to Advance
Kilkenny Castle is one of the old
eist inhabited houses in the world,
many of the rooms being much as
they were 800 years ago.
Yet we have a magnificent
lot of gems in the old and
20th century cuttings that
we can offer at the old
prices. This is a rare chance
to make a good investment
that you will reap a profit
on. Liberal terms will be
We give positive guaran-
tees on all repair work that
insures satisfaction. We in-
vite you to see us.
E. T. Summers, of Houston, spen precinct Nq. 5
Sunday here the guest of his frier
8. Salomon. /
A. G. Winn, of Port Arthur, c°e
up on the Lawrence last nightin<^
is visiting friends here today.
W. N. Simmons, of Dal/* ,a
speeding the day here on ®ln€8S
and has apartments at the Hland
The Equitable Life AssVnce »
ciety insures the lives of om®n aB
well ss men. Our 20 pf0®111 J“®
policy presents very att^ve fea-
tures. E. E. HAYES. 2729
Hon. Geo- C. Greer, 0f£aunM>nt> ,s
here today on professtaI business,
having some civil cas ln tlie d*8'
J. L. Haralson”"!; >we» known
Houston contractor, ho ls extending
the canal of the fental Se*d Rlrt
company in this tmty, spent Sun-
v- j J /*“
Maurice J. Sy*8 8Pent 8’®da>’ ln
Beaumont. Hrarrled wlth him his
camera and s/red a number of very
fine views o'®® 011 fi®,dB and other
jj A p,i and R. S. Petere, two of
the expe* ot tbe United States For-
estry were ln fr°w their re-
spectlV headquarters at Somerville
and f‘sbee and spent Sunday at
Precinct No. ^4............. 5
Precinct No 5........ .......... 5
Third. In accordance with resolu-
tions adopted by the State Execu-
tive committee no person will •.!$
seated in the County Convention as
a delegate, whe^^has net complied
with the Terrell’ .©lection law and
precinct chairmen?, j|ice instructed to
require 'every person attending their
conventions to exhibit a poll tax re-
ceipt or an exemption certificate.
Due warning is given that any per-
son claiming to be an elected dele-
gate to the Cminty Convention, and
not being elect*! in accordance with
the foregoing resolutions, will have
no standing whatever at the County
Convention. Precinct chaimen will
furnish me not later than March 8th
with list of names of delegates elect-
ed by bis convention.
27-?t Q. A HUDSON,
Ss Bell Campbell, who spent the
month here as the guest of her
r, Mrs. E. C. Ellison, at the Hoi-
ad, left Saturday afternoon for her
f»me in Indianapolis, much to the
'regret of the many friends she made
, Editor Will C. Easterling, of the
Lalro Charles Press, accompanied hy
.his rriend, Fred C. Garner, of Del Rio,
Texas, came over from Lake Charles
tnrday night. Mr. Garner left on
the Sunset Limited for his home and
Mr. Easterling remained over Sun-
day, taking advantage of the Law-
dance’s excursion to pay a flying
visit to friends at Port Arthur.
The P. B. Curry A Son fire lnsur-
agency has paM the ciMzers of
%e since the first day of January
over $«0,000 for fire losses,
were insured- ln„ their 00m-
Be sure you are protected ,
jpielr companies. They have 25 *
all good and prompt In
at of lossea. 26 3t
Holland Hotel Arrivals,
Wm. H. Wise, Chicago.
H. M. Oliver, Kansas City.
P. W. Haggerty, Terre Haute, Ind.
F. H. Gouneberg, New Orleans.
H. F. Telger, Houston.
W.. L. Bramlett, Dallas.
W. J. Armstrong, Dallas.
F. H. Sterling, Philadelphia.
W. C. Easterling, Lake Charles
F- C. Garner, Del Rio.
E. A. Fields, Houston.
J. S. Peters, Washington, D. C.
C. E Sainitki, Cincinnati.
J. L. Haralson, Houston.
H. A. Paul, Washington,
R. Thomas, Lake Charles.
C. R. Perry, St. Louis.
S. Burger, Chicago.
H. D. Haskins, St. Louis.
W. L. Porterfield, Washington.
E. T. Summers, Houston.
A. O. Winn, Port Arthur.
Albert D. Lesser, New York.
R. H. Harang, Oakdale, La.
E. A. Bran iff, Washington.
W. N. Simmons, Dallas.
Geo. C. Greer, Beaumont.
W. M. Rlchuber, Timpson, Tex.
W. E. Meyer, New Orleans. %
H. J. Castleberg, St. Louis.
Jas. H. Luebbe, Cincinnati.
Ben H. Kimbrough, Beaumont.
W. A. Childress, Houston.
L. Losepson, New York.
R. C. Cox, Dallas.
C. A. Mills, Dallas.
W. V. Hannowav, Dallas.
W. E. Fall, Houston.
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Rifles Wednesday Night.
Owing to the fact that the city
council- will held a meeting ln the
city hall tomorrow night the meeting
of the Orange* Rifle* is postponed
until Wednesday night. It is hoped
by the officers and friends of the com
pahy that a full attendance will be
present on that occasion, an thefe ia
About forty little folks gathered at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Fox
to help little Louise celebrate her
birthday. What • a jolly time the
little ones did have from three until
After playing ail kinds of games
for an hour or more thq children
were grouped for a picture and Miss
Fox took several snap shots of the
entire party. The • little ones were
then called in and amidst much merri-
ment indulged in a donkey contest.
Mr. Clawson’s facile pen furnished the
donkey, and little Priscilla Dodd was
awarded the prize a pretty little
The most fun was yet to come
when they were summoned to the
bautiful decorated dining room. Holly
adorned the walls and suspended
from a big holly branch In the center
of the room was popcorn strung to
the four corners bf the table and
fastened with large bows of different
colored ribbon. A birthday cake
mounted with, five lighted candles
was the center piece. Vases of nar-
cissus and bowls of violets were the
Refreshments of red lemonade,
cake, home made candy, pop-corn
and apples were served and the hour
for departure came all too soon. The
little ones left voting Louise an ideal
hostess, wishing her many happy re-
Mrs. and Miss Fox were ably as-
sisted ln entertaining by Miss Annie
Sells, Miss Zula and Ira Lyons, Miss
Dorothy Slade;- Mrs. C. E. Slade and
Those present wAre: Ophelia
Odessa, Priscilla and Alma Bell Dodd,
Willard Smith, Lyndall and Harry
Brown, Frankie and Bessie Blersky,
Oueda Lyons, Gladys Davies, Bessie
Dupont, Maudie Pierce, Minnie and
Madge Bland, Needa and Sammle
Sachs, Hazel and Charles D. Green,
Bruce McNeil, Ether ad Ernest
Thomas, Hazel Hartis, Blanch Vin-
cent, Gladys Seaman, Ida and Walter
Wingate, Beryl and Kenneth Ford
Bland and' JIallie Gates, Irice and Ed-
na Walker, Lfeu and Shepherd Her
rlngtoo, Virginia Eckert, Ladle and
Gladys Slade and Louise and Richard
The postoffice of Ancomarca, in the
Andes of Peru, is 16,000' feet above
the sea and is probably the highest
inhabited spot on earth.
Business Done on Credit.
The checks which pass through the
London clearing bouse in six weeks
are more than equal to all the coin in
Nearest Approach to the Poles.
While man ,has approached the
north pole within 238 miles, no one
has yet stood within 772 miles of the
south pole. .
Trade With Cuba.
The United States buys from Cubs
three times as much as Cuba buys j|
from the United States.
Order English Locomotives.
Orders for locomotives for India
and South Africa have been placed
with Leeds firms.
' Button Sewing Machine.
Tie sewlrg of buttons on shoes W
<-n garments Is no longer done l
and in modern factories. There i
1 aiachine that sews 5,300 buttons c
arments in nine hours—or mor
nan eight expert sewerff could pos
;:bly do ln the same time. This nu-
•■’ir e requires no expert operator. A
joy or girl runs it
ARE YOU PREPARED TO
BALTLE AGAINST MIS-
THE FAILURE TO PRO-
VIDE FOR THE LAYING
DOWN OF THE BURDEN
OF WORK IS OFTEN DUE
TO LACK OF FORE-
A LITTLE SACRIFICE IN
PUTTING BY A FEW DOL-
LARS EACH WEEK OR
MONTH WILL REPAY
YOU BY IN8URING YOUR
COMFORT IN DECLINING
A SAVINGS UE POSIT
WTTH U8 WILL EARN YOU
FOUR PER CENT COM-
POUND INTEREST IF
PLACED IN THE
. Rooms 26‘and
A. JW. H. STARK, C. f.,
COUNTY SURVEY0* AN?
OFFICE AT COURT HOUSE
RES. RHONE, NEW. 280
Eastin 4 Starks
Livery 0 |
Transfer Stable * 1
W. B. SIMMONS
Office upetalrn in Sabine Butldfhg, corn
Front and 6ih St., Oraaj
New Phone., g",l<lence, . in
LADY ALWAYS IN ATTENDANCE. f,
Is soon to become the ri
dence section of Orange. #
Good Drainage, »
and Cheapness make
Bruner Lots Oesi/ible ^
C.H. GIFFIN, Agent
River Passenger Service.
For a business or pleasure trip frotiil
ORANGE to JOHNSON’S BAYOU t*k*
_THE STEAMER PIASA
brave.’ wharf foot of Third Street
Friday, 8 a. m., returning Saturday,» p
W. R. Griffith, Ml
A preacher admonished the men in
:i!.= congregation not to let their de
••ire for "slippered ease” keep Uteri
from church on Sunday morning. A
• out g man went home and inquired
■\.r his “slipperedees.” His slippers
have been known by that name ever
since.—Boston Christian Register.
Current Affects Alaska.
The coast of Alaska, affected by the
varm Japanese current, has a tern
i>erature that rarely falls below zero,
and that does not vary more than 25
degrees, winter and summer. The rain
and snowfall ls exeeEsIve here. In
1892-93 the snowfall at Valdes amount-
ed to fifty-seven feet
■ m » -** *r sr
G. W BANCROFT, Pno.
G. M. SELLS. View-Pree.
JAS. P. ROACH, Cashier,
KEEP TOUR EYES
Second-Hand Firnitnre Store
m SAMAIIS. J.uSln grand isl Sw.
». L. roro.
THE GRANITE CAFE
Owed Ealing >1 all Hoara.
A DIGGS 4 STTEHT. A
A Question of Happiness.
“The old, old story,” exclaimed the
husband with a long-drawn sigh, as
he laid down his paper. “Another
man committed suicide because his
home was unhappy.” “And did that
make his home any happier?” asked
bis wife. “Or doesn't the paper say?”
advertisement, under tm« oead. 5; per line
If yon want a cook, housemaid,
clerk, bookkeeper, stenographer or aa
office boy, put a want ad ln The Trib-
une claaalfled column. It will ooet
you but a fev cents and yonr wants
will be supplied.
SUITS TO ORDER from |14.00 up;
Pants to a-der from 14.00. BORNE,
the Clothet Dr. tf
P. B. Curry & Son
fin, Martme, Ufa end
Accident l.iurMre Agents,
are the only kind yopj
•hould have on your1
table. The place to get!
them is at the - •
Glacier Preserves Bedy.
It ls stated in La Nature that the
body of a Tyrolese guide who fell lntr
a crevasse on the glacier of Gross
venedlger, ln the Austrian Alps, thirty
years ago, has been found in a re
markable state of preservation at thr
foot of the glacier,
LADY . AGENTS WANTED—Salary
$1.00 per day. Apply at Riverside
Hotel, 104 Fifth SL 27-29
ALL SUITS ordered' from me will be
kept pressed free of charge. BORNE,
The Clothes Dr. «
Magnetic Iren Band.
In the neighborhood of the town of
TJilatjap, on the ooast of Java, ex-
tensive deposits of magnetic iron sand
have been found. The sand lies on
the surface, and is said to contain in
some places as much as 80 per cent
AUTHORS OUT OF DATE.
tome Important b-
as well as practice drill.
‘ you the
Q. ! '■'t
Many Writers the Present Qeneratlo*
How long is it ripce Swift was one
ot the most popular writers in the
English language? Say ‘150 years.
Who now reads 'Cclli.er’s Travels,"
or “The Examine;-,” or “Arguments
Against Aboliahjcg Chriitianii
Who reaos the works of Sir WU
Temple or of Lord Boiingbroke?
r«ad.M “Patmftlsk'* and »*. IhfIou^
Value Literary Degrees.
In a foreign office report on the
tt-ade of Nanking, it Is stated that
such is the value placed on literary
degrees by the Chinese that during a
period when hundreds of the •nhgbi-
tanta were dying daily from cholera
no fewer than 17,000,students visited
the city to compete for two hundred
Do Work at Home.
There ls perhaps no country in the
world which bar more extended house
Industries than Italy. The silk indus-
try, the manufaetvr'*? of hemp and tow,
the twisting of baskets and bratdlnt
of straw hats, for example, furnish
employment to many thousands of peo-
ple in their own homes.
FOR SALE.—Three choice residence
lots corner Fifth and Park Avenue.
See A. Balersky. Fl-29
ALL SUITS ordered fnfm me will be
kept pressed free of charge. BORNE,
The Clothes Dr. tf
FOR SALE—A nice residence on
Park avenue, four and a half lota. A
good lot and barn, nice garden, nice
flower yard, beautiful shade trees in
lot and yard to be sold leas than one-
half value. Apply to John Fuller.
FOR RENT—Three room cottage on
John St., between Tenth and Rail-
road. W. T. PACHAR. 29 It
SUITS TO ORDER from $14.00 up;
Pants to order from $4.00. BORNE,
the Clothes Dr. tf
To Make Sugar In Japan.
An Osaka firm of dealers ln sugar
is preparing tor the establishment of
a sugar refining plant, and It la stated
Is backed by
Knights of the Maccabees and La-
dles ot the Maccabees, at San Anto-
nio, Texas, March 4. Round trip
$11."90; limit March 4.
District Federation of Womens’
Clubs, Cuero, Tex., March 5th to 7th.
Tickets on sale March «th and 5th.
Final limit March 9th. Convention
excursion ratqs. i‘ ’
City Meat Markel
Tom Steven$, Prop.
BOTH PHONES 71.
Front Street, Between Third and Fa
• W. <1. WINGATB,
Office at Csvrt Heuee.
C. 9. nteVartmm,
XU kinds of
Manufactured and re
in*first class style.
Jill kinds of
Shut Iron Work
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Orange Daily Tribune. (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 287, Ed. 1 Monday, February 29, 1904, newspaper, February 29, 1904; Orange, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth643845/m1/4/: accessed November 14, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lamar State College – Orange.