Orange Daily Tribune. (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 21, Ed. 1 Saturday, September 17, 1904 Page: 1 of 4
The following text was automatically extracted from the image on this page using optical character recognition software:
ORANGE DAILY TRIBUNE
ORANGE, TEXAS. SATURDAY AFTERNOON, SEPTEMBER 17, 1104
confine ourselves (o any one crop, for
there are a number that do equally
well, If given proper care, with a lit*
a solid fob of woven gold wire,, sec-
ond; and a solid gold emblem ring,
cisco prepared to enforce the neutral*
ity laws should other Russian or Jap-
anese vessels put In at that harbor.
The Wyoming la. also ordered to re-
main at Bremerton in readintm tor
the same duty.
I tie intelligent calculation in the plant*
I lng and marketing thereof.
Below are given some figures taken
from the writer's accounts of yearly
sales. They are the gross Income
from the crops specified, and show
just what has been done In this line
In an average year by selling these
crops at retail for home consumption:
11-2 acres Irish potatoes, at
»2.W per barrel ............1166.55
1 acre cabbage ............... 171.60
1 acre watermelon.......... 98.50
1-4 acre musk melons........ 88.15
1-2 acre turnips ............. 81.40
1-4 acre tomatoes ........... 40.00
A general assortment of other va-
riences of truck In small lots usually
bring us from $10 to $50 from a very
small amount of ground. If such veg-
etables as lettuce, radishes, beets,
okra, beans, peaa, etc., could be grown
by the acre and marketed at one-half,
or even one-fourth, the local price, the 1
gross Income would be $200 to $300
For Instance, a bed of lettuce 150x6
feet brought us $19.70, or at the rate !
of $600 per acre; two rows of cukes '
60 yards long. $20.70; three rows of;1
okra, same length. $40.45. Even then | •'
Have your cleaning, and pressing
done by Dawson.
RESULTS OBTAINED BY ONE OR-
ANGE COUNTY FARMER.
DA8HES HERE AND THERE BY
Fatal Automobile Accident.
By Associated Proca.
Ballwin. Mo. Sept. 17.—In endeav-
oring to tuna out to avoid a farmer'a
wagon, an automobile containing two
men and two women was precipitated
down a thirty foot embankment hem
todey, killing one and injuring others.
The deed is John Kallen of New
The Injured are Edgar Pnrkhumt of
Ballwin, aerioualy; Mias Louise Mar-
quit* of St. Louis, seriously, and Mine
NeU Marqwit* of 88. Louis, slightly.
The party had been out tor a pleas-
ure trip and were returning to BullwtB
when the accident occurred.
BELIEF THAT SUCH 18 WITHIN
The steamer Griffith had quite a
large passenger list on her trip to
Johnson .Bayou yesterday. She will
run an excursion .‘3 Pori Arthur tqg
Street Commissioner Willis Galller
had his force grading on Fifth street
Thursday. The surplus dirt was used
to fill holes on Front street near the
Interesting Showing by William Bret-
schnuldsr of Hia Experience in
Raising and Selling Truck.
List of Men Who 'Are to Hear the Ev!
denes in Many Causes and Just
Russians Apprehensive of
Movements of the Japanese
Dr. Robert O’Brien is improving the
appearance of his new home on Green
avenue by cutting down the old ce-
dars that so densely shaded the lawn,
so aS to make a good stand of grass
Impossible to secure.
By Associated Press. ,
St. Petersburg, Sept. 17.—Important
developments regarding China’s atti-
tude toward the belligerents are an-
ticipated here in well informed quar-
ters. There is a rumor of close rela-
tions between China and Japan. Al-
though the report is unconfirmed, it
leads to the general belief that some
Baptist church of Beaumont came
over yesterday and went down to
Johnson Rayou, where a church re-
vival is being held. Rev. McCall is
one of the most eloquent and earnest
divines in East Texas, and no doubt
his visit there will be much appre-
Major Andrews of the Salvation
Army corps at Dallas, who lias just re-
turned from the international confer-
ence In London, will be in Orange to-
night and Sunday. At the Methodist
church on Sunday morning and even-
ing he will talk on his impressions of
the conference. Sunday evening there
will he a swearing in of recruits.
constant skirmishing. Indications wonuay.
point to another great battle in thej V th* conv"nUon wnl ** »
vicinity of Mukden. The Russian Jmi,5tarv encampment of five hundred
troops occupy all the surrounding vil- Patirt&rehs militant at Mechanic* pa*
lages. Refugees are flocking into the
city. The Chinese among them com-
plain of great severity on the part of Biggest Passenger List,
the Japanese. By Associated Press.
•___ Queenstown. Sept 1T.-~Th-’ Whit*
No Let Up at Port Arthur. Star steamer Celtic. which sailed t«-
Bv Associated Press. day for New Ywk, carried S5*J» *>-»!*,
Chefoo, Sept. 17.—Japanese who ar- which is believed to he the largest
rived here today report that the o|i|.U«mber of naswrr*?* ever take* hy
sens of Dalny on September 15 ex- vessel from a British port. Kin*
pected a general attack on Port Ar-; hundred and fifty embarked her*, and
whole sections—donor to It than some
places that now form the substitute
for a home with those wh* have set-
There I* room in Orange county for
all who care to come. Land can be
bought at very reasonable figures yet,
so no one need hesitate.
shan were completed on September The Huntsville LyWeker*. „
15. Both Chinese and Japanese ar- By Associated Press-
rivals report, a fierce bombardment of Huntsville, Ala.. Stept. IT—Silas
Port Arthur, which became terrific at Worley, a wagoner, and John Joseph
dawn on September 15 and continued i Mitchell, a peddler, were lodged la jail
until the forenoon of September 16.; here today for alleged connection with
Shells fell with great frequency on the J the lynching of Maples hast week.
Chinese new town. Five hundred cav- j Worley is charged with arson and
airy men who attempted to drive The j Mitchell with murder. There la a ru-
Japanese from Palung Shan have not mor. which Is denied, that additional
returned, and it is believed the-for- troops have been ordered her*.
tress there has been captured. ........- ..........• ..........
Judge Parker a Pail Bearer.
By Associated Pres*.
Kanins X. Y„ Sept. 17 - Judge Par-
ker was a pail bearer at the funeral of
Dr Chambers, which occurred at
Kingston -oday Representative Har-
rison of New York, chairman of th*
bureau of organisation for the npetal*
campaign, content with Judge Park**
Arthur, in some way lost a roll of $300 To the sincere regret of the hosts
in bank notes. He did not lose the of friends her charming personality
wad exactly, cither* It mysteriously won for he* during her stay in Or-
disappeared from a hiding place on the ange, lira. M. P H. Roach departed
vessel where ho was in the habit of on the 6:41 train this morning for her
keeping It concealed. The captain New Orleans home. “Grandma”
hunted high and low for some trace Roach, a* she became affectionately
of the' missing wealth, ait to no pur known to%the young people who were
pose and he gave it up. Then, on in familiar contact with her. is the
Wednesday morning las: the big oil 'nether of .T. P. Roach of the Orange
tanker Washtenaw came into harbor National bank, whose guest she ha?
al Port Arthur, and in putting into her been in Orange, at Mrs. Fields’ hos-
bertb, says the News, her stem »track pltahle home on Green avenue, and no
the St. G«org< with great force, driv me ever went sway from our city
ing the little schooner high onto the bearing so many hearty good wishes
bank. The sudden blow and ti e shock as she. Everybody will be more than
of grounding injured th* " atm tank glad to see her kindly face In Orange
on The St. George, Sad they sprung a (gain.
leak. :he water quickly filling the bn! --
*om of the boat Captain Olio wa The farm of L. M. Lewis, county
keiew when ihe water commence;' commissioner and maker of good
coming from the tanks, and at once -oads. is one of the oldest nieces of
For Plate* and Films In til
style* and the very beet makes,
together with all the accessor*#*
for superior Picture Msking.
H We invite yew to call and In-
spect our line of Camara:.
See u« for Reliable, Wearable
Watch#! and Jewelry, the kind
that Is sold with a positive guar-
antee for excellency.
Keeping an Eye on Ruse and Jap.
By Associated Press.
Washington. Sept. 17.—Instruct!™
Palace Jewelry Store
LINS BULBING. JOE LUCAS.
A Place of Deposit
Our store will be closed Monday,
September IS, till 6:30 p. m., on ac-
count of Jewish holiday.
' - K -*3% u OIVSBDRO,
Crager Bros’. Old Steed.
for the fund* of responsible individuals, corporation a. Institutions
firms, as wall as the moneys and securities of executor*, adminl
tors and trustees.
FOUR PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON ALL DEPOSITS IN «
Solicit# all accounts, no matter how small, end promise* cat
attention to ail business matters entrusted to it.
GEO. W. BANCROFT. E. W. BANCROFT.
W: -V" President. Vice Pn
Here’s what’s next.
This issue can be searched. Note: Results may vary based on the legibility of text within the document.
Tools / Downloads
Get a copy of this page or view the extracted text.
Citing and Sharing
Basic information for referencing this web page. We also provide extended guidance on usage rights, references, copying or embedding.
Reference the current page of this Newspaper.
Dickensheets, Charles D. Orange Daily Tribune. (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 21, Ed. 1 Saturday, September 17, 1904, newspaper, September 17, 1904; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth646091/m1/1/: accessed December 16, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lamar State College – Orange.