The Orange Daily Tribune. (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 103, Ed. 1 Saturday, July 12, 1902 Page: 4 of 4
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THE ORANGE CITY SCHOOLS,
W. W. REID, J. O' SIMS, J».,
Cashier. Assistant Cashier
Many Improvements Indicatedforth*
Many changes will take place
in thft^Bchools for the coming
session and there is no doubt
the improvements which will
shortly be made will act® as an
incentive upon the entire enroll-
ment for better aud more
thorough work. Supt. S. P.
Foster, who will shortly arrive
in the city from Bonham to take
charge of the schools here, is
spoken of as an exceptionally
fine disciplinarian, and under
The First National Bank
of Orangfe, Texas.
; YOUR BUSINESS IS SOLICITED.
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’ We Strive to be . f W
I Courteous, prompt, careful and as liberal as consistent with absolute security |
HARMON 4 FOREMAN
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LORD KITCHENER ARRIYES HOHE.
Any subscriber to the Daily
Tribune who fails to receive
the paper should report same
promptly to the office, by tele-
phone or in person, and the
circulator will investigate the
complaint without delay.
We are authorized to announce W.
H. EDDLEiMAN as a candidate for the
offiee of County Treasurer at the com-
ing November election.
Southern Pacific Railroad
Smallpox Aboard Ship and Only Ho
and Staff Allowed to Land.
By Associated Press.
Southampton, July 12.—The
steamer Oratva, which left
Capetown June 23 with Lord
Kitchener and staff on board,
arrived here at half past eight
o’clock this morning.
Owing to the fact that Major
Gordon, who was also a passen-
ger on the steamer, had been
stricken with smallpox, Kitch-
ener and staff only were allowed
Johnstown, July 12.—One hun-
dred and five are now dead from
Thursday’s explosions at the
rolling mill mine of “the Cam-
bria Steel company.
It is not probable that this
record, will-be swelled to any
great extent, and in no case is
it expected that the list will ex-
ceed 110 or 115.
The mine workings which,' it
was dangerous to en^ter yester.
day, were thoroughly explored
his supervision it is confidentl
were tnuruugmy cipiuicu pvnected the schools will reach
searching party during the hPitr)Lr standard than ever he-
.11:34 p m
No 7........5:66 a.m.
NO. 5....... 5:60 p.m.
No. 9..... 7:06 p.m.
Orango & Northwestern Railroad
2. IV.....T:3Ca.m? j No l,ar.....7:00 p.m.
O. A N. W. trains connect with Kansas
Tty Southern at Maurice and with the Santa
Fe at Buna.
Southampton, July 12.—Lord
Kitchener landed at 9:15 a. m.
JHe was accorded a magnificient
welcome from a huge throng of
After a brief official reception
at the docks, the general was
driven through decorated and
crowded streets to Hartley Hall
where he received an address
from the Chamber of Commerce.
General Delivery Hours from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Gen'lDel'y Sunday from 9:80 a.m. to 10:80a.m.
All mail should be mailed fully SO minutes
before time of departure of trains.
R. J. LOONEY. Postmaster
Tom Simmons is here today from
Houston \ t
Robert Jordan left this morning for
L Martin, of Crowley is here tran
Ray McDonald was a visitor to
Beaumont last night.
H Filson returned last night from a
business visit to Lemon.
R L Micthel was a business visitor
Beaumont this morning
B G Simmons, of Seale, La, is
an Orange visitor today
W. D. Madison is here from Beau-
mont today transacting business.
Attorney E A Cheathem left yester-
day for a business trip to Beaumont
Mrs J H Walker, of Pineville, La.
is visiting her brother Mr R M Satcber
Jack Higman returned this morning
from a visit to his parents in Beau-
H L Montandan returned this
morning from a business trip to Beau-
P H O’ Day was an arrival from a
business trip to Alexandria, La., last
The Tribune is pleased to note that
Miss Bessie Kendall is improving very
- E. W. Lyons, one of our prominent
rice farmers, has returned from
H F Farwell, office manager for the
Lutcher and Moore Lumber company,
is in Houston today.
Giles Singleton, a lumberman from
upper end of the county, was here
lay doing business
London, July 12.—Lord Kitch-
ener arrived at Paddington rail-
way station at 12:48 p. m., and
was greeted by cheering crowds.
The Prince of Wales welcomed
Kitchener at Paddington, where
an address was presented to the
general. The latter shortly af-
terwards started for St. James
Palace, arriving there at 1:27.
The Prince of Wales was already
there awaiting him.
Everything iu Stationery, Blank
Books and Office Supplies at Griggs’,
THE KING’S PROGRESS.
By Associated Press.
London, July 12.—At Buck-
inghanr Palace the following
bulletin was posted atlOo’clock
King Edward is making excel-
On account of His Majesty’s
satisfactory condition bulletins
will be issued on alternate days
It is learned at the pit mouth
to-day from mine officials that
every heading and chamber,
both to right and left of main
Klondike heading, were pene-
trated during the night and not
a trace of any dead or living
victims were found.
It is admitted that some might
have crawled into obscure work-
ings in their flights from the
after damp which followed the
explosion, and succumbed to the
fatal influence of the gas.
Our Sanitary Fountain is the warm-
est in town, but our drinks are the
coldest. When wet goods are desired,
the Gate City Drug Store is the place,
so the saying goes.
ROSE FROM MESSENGER BOY.
By Associated Press.
New York, July 12.—Charles
W. Culp has been appointed as„-
sistant general manager of the
Washington Southern railroad,
operating between Washington
and Richmond. He was for
twelve years passenger train-
master of the Pittsburg division
of the Pennsylvania railroad.
He entered the railroad service
as a messenger boy in the office
of A. J. Cassatt when Mr. Cas-
satt was superintendent of mo-
tive power of the Pennsylvania
Car of coarse salt just received.
Your orders will have prompt at-
tention. L. Miller dtf
Our Twentieth Century Sanitary
Fountain is one of the finest, not only
in the state, but the South, and we
have added plenty of fans to make
this store the coolest in town; so get
in line, and follow the procession to
the Gate City Drug Store.
BICYCLE SILYER JUBILEE.
Eecoubas, of West Lake, was an
last night Mrs Escoubas is
ting the family of Mr and Mrs
Arthur , L Ford, secretary -of the
Litho company, returned this
from Beaumont, where he
had been on company’s business
L. Reid, manager of the Orange
Rice Mill Company, is in Houston to-
day attending the Rice Mill As-
W C Opitz. of the firm of Opitz and
ns, leaves tonight for Houston
Dallas to purchase additional
There Will Be a Monster Parade In
By Associated Press.
New York, July 12.—The
silver jubilee cycling parade
today will be the twenty-fifth
anniversary of the bicycle in
America. Beginners as well as
the men who rode twenty-five
years ago will join in a monster
parade. It will be a pageant
ofbeds suffh ..a$ has tlon.
seen in New York in years. The
procession will start from
Washington Square, ride up
Fifth avenue, passing the grand
stand at Central Park and dis-
mount at 110th. street.
In Belfast, One Hundred Thousand
Strong-Good Order Prevails.
Bv Associated Press. .
Belfast, Ireland, July 12.-—A
hundred thousand Orangemen are
participating to-day in their an-
The entire police lorce is on duty
and the military is confined to
barracks, but the pioceedings, up
to the time this dispatch was filed,
a higher standard than ever be
Among some of the improve-
ments was the recent order
placed by the board for fifty
new single desks with backs
for the white school, twelve
extra teachers desks, two extra
chairs and other paraphernalia
which was deemed necessary for
the comfort of teacher and
Twenty five double desks were
also ordered for the colored
school. The school building
will be thoroughly overhauled,
repairs made where necessary,
and as before said, everything
possibfe will be done for the
comfort of teachers and stu-
STEAMER EUGENIA LEFT.
Worth traveling miles to see—the
Twentieth Century Sanitary Fountain
at the Gate City Drug Store.
FREIGHT HANDLERS’ STRIKE.
Truck Drivers in Chicago Go Out
Today In Sympathy.
By Associated Press.
Chicago, July 12.—Members
of the Truck Drivers’ Union, as
individuals in sympathy with
striking freight handlers, refus-
fed to haul freight this morning,
aud every freight house in the
city is tied up.
The freight handlers held a
number of meetings today, at
which committees were appoint-
ed to visit railroad managers in
accordance with the plan pro-
posed by the board of arbitra-
Oil Burner Systam Satisfactorily
The big steamer. “Eugenia,”
Captain Peterson, was towed
down the river this morning be-
yond the booms where the tug-
left her, and under a hundred
pounds of steam she acted beau-
The Eugenia has had the
Baugh Fuel Oil system and
burners installed and the first
test proved to be as successful
as the tests made to other boats
belonging to the Higgins Oil
and Fuel Company.
There is little doubt that this
system which is meeting with
approval wherever installed,
by reason of its simplicity, is
destined to revolutionize the oil
burner question entirely, and
is transplanting burners of var-
ious manufacture wherever it is
Captain Peterson just before
he left said: “I hope it will be
my good fortune to return to
Orange at an early date. It is
one of the finest business towns
and the most "hospitable place
I have ever seen. ”
CONSPIRACY TO DEFRAUD.
By Associated Press.
Pawnee, O. T., July 12.—The
Pawnee county grand jury in
A QUARTER OF THE TIF
Usually spent in the seleotion of
jewelry can be saved if tne selec-
tion is made here. And a quar-
ter of the price, too.
The assortment of WATCHES,
DIAMONDS and FANCY STONE
RINGS, CHAINS, JEWELRY,
GOLD and SILVER NOVELTIES
is remarkable in many ways, but
the most interesting feature is
very modest prices at which
these really beautiful and excel-
lent goods are sold.
W. P. MCFARLAND
right- Watch Inspector for O. & N. W. R. R.
Inspector Burroughs Adding Machine
WE HAVE IN STOCK
Smith Premier Ribbons, Black
Record A Smith Premier Rib-
bons, Purple Copying 4 Rem-
ington Ribbons, Purple Copying
Single Ribbon, $1, per doz. $9
Smith’s Semi-Carbon Paper
Size 8x13 at Smith’s Odorless
Typewriter Oil A Typewriter
Paper, any size and weight
When in need of Typewriter
Supplies, ring us up A A A
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REIN LITHO. CO.
its report to the Federal grant
jury, charges Horace Speed,
Federal attorney for Oklahoma,
with conspiracy to defraud the
county in the collection of taxes
in the Osage reservation.
AT DES MOIRES.
Plans and specifications made by
Burt McDonald Link Bnildin g. d66- tf
THE RATIONAL LEAGUE
J. G. Warfield, household goods and
piano moving. Telephone orders re-
ceive prompt attention. Phone 67-4
A MAR’S SAD FATE.
i for their cigar business.
Davidson, superintends of the
Redaction Co., has retained
i an extended trip east, having
ed New York, Cincinnati and
ago in the interest of the company.
Jones is a prominent business
at transacting bus!-
(Mr. Jones is presi-
E. Jones Development
the brother-in-law of
Picked Up In an Unconscious Condi-
tion—Says He la from Orange.
The following communication ad-
dressed to the Mayor or Chief of Police
of Orangti was received this morning
and may assist in locating Ms relatives
if any reside in the county:
Houston, Texas, July 11th, 1902.
Four days ago one James MoCar-
mm k was nicked up at the Union
Republican Clubs Will Mast in
Louis In October.
Bv Assaclated Press.
Chicago, July 12.—The National
League of Republican Clubs will
probably meet in St. Louis the
first week in October.
Senator Beveridge will make the
chief address and Secretary Root
will speak for the administration,
unless President Roosevelt is
River Falling and No Further Damage
By Associated Press.
DesMoines, Iowa, July 12.—The
river is falling and no further dam
age from the floods is anticipated.
Hundreds will be dependent on
charity for several weeks.
At the McDonell,— B D Baugh,
Beaumont; L Martin, Crowley; BC
^Simmons, Seale. La; LA Meyers,
JtJSIVeston; E R Russ. New Orleans;
J S Carrol, Beaumont
Through some oversight a mistake
was made in writing up an accotfnt
of the party who spent the Fourth of
m at 0$ BiverOoje. The article in
question read “The destination of the
party that left on the steamer Griffith
Sunday morning was Old River Cove,
when in fact the Fourth of July should
have been substituted for Sunday
morning. The Tribane corrects this
mistake with pleasure.
RELIGIOUS WORSHIP TOMORROW.
SUSPEND REVENUE COLLECTIONS
out abont. him was his name and that
he came from Orange. TMs is to
notify yon of the fact that if such a
* * ^ there and has people
may know his fate,
by the County if
Temporarily On Undivided Profits of
Bv Associated Press.
Washington, July 12.
Acting Commissioner of .Inter-
nal Revenue has issued in-
structions temporarily suspend-
tollections of taxes on the
profits of National
,„Uer the War revenue
At 11 am services with special sermon
by the pastor, Rev G A Coulson, to
young people. At night address to the
Christian people. Sunday school at
9:90 in the morning
M. E. Church, South.
Service at 11 a m and 8:16 p m, ser-
mon by pastor, Rev Albert Little at
both services. Sunday school at 9:46
a m. Every one cordially invited
First Presbyterian Church. '
Preaching tomorrow morning and
evening by Rev T J Horne, pastor,
Sunday school in morning at 9:80
. Catholic Church.
Services at ten a m, Sunday school
after mass, Rosary sermon and Bene-
diction of the Blessed Sacrament at
7:80 o’clock, Rev James H Moran
, St. Paul’s Episcopal Church.
8.r*« »»».«* su„.
CARD OF THANKS.
We desire to express onr thanks and
earnest gratitude to our friends who
gave ns their kindly assistance and
sympathy in our loss of wife, mother,
and sister. May onr Father spare
them the loss of one so dear is the
Mr. W B Strickland,
<8tella, and Frankye Strickland,
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Carr.
(Name Plate Guarantee* (Me Quality)
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d 3t MCLEAN & CURRY.
Geo. W. Curtis
P.B. CURRY & SON,
Fire, Marina, Lite and
Accident Insurance Agents,
H. W. Bland
Jtronson & Bro.
• , ■ ' )t,
Choice Kansas City Beef.
Meats delivered promptly
to any part of the city
| Choice Wines, Liquors und <
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Ford, A. L. The Orange Daily Tribune. (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 103, Ed. 1 Saturday, July 12, 1902, newspaper, July 12, 1902; Orange, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth645382/m1/4/: accessed November 17, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lamar State College – Orange.