Orange Daily Tribune. (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 33, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 21, 1904 Page: 2 of 4
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A TRIP TO NEW YORK
A TRIP TO HAVANA *
FIVE DAYS ON THE DEEP VIA
County Attorney Strong of Nacog-
doches county and Miss Mamie Fhlk-
ner of Rusk county were married yes-
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S 9:30. Returning leaves Saratoga
l at 4s30 p. m., reaching Beau-
mont at 7 o’clock. Olroot cOn-
I nectlons at Saratoga with stag#
for Bataon—fly# mtlos away,
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Antes on Application.
TEXAS, APRIL 21, 19oT
“LIST WE FORGET, LEST WE FOR-
If ' GIT."
"God of out fathers known of old,
Lord of our far-flung battle line,
While we were <$Joytog the sun
shine and eating Ice dream yesterday,
the St. Louts people were In the midst
of a snow storm.
People who complain of hard times
are generally looking for a soft snap.
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Beneath whose ayful hand we hold
Dominion over palm and pine;
Lord God of hosts, be with ns yet,
Lest we forget, lest we forget"
If Kipling had never written an-
other yerse except this first of the Re
cesslonal, his name would still have
been written high up on the monument
of the yean and the Pantheon of all
time, and with the great of all time
would still have been bis abiding
place, f ,
-There to In the Recessional a pa-
thetic and timely appeal to our better
and more patriotic natures, to turn for
a moment from the gross considers
tion of purely selfish things and con-
sider the teachings of that “still small
voice” that lives alone in conscience
and in man.* Today, the natal day of
Anglo-Saxon liberty In Texas, we
might well pause and ask ourselves as
a nation, at a state, as a country
yea, even as a community—If there Is
anything that we should think well
and pfoder deeply, “lest we forget,
hjlt we forget”
I The price oar forefathers paid for
liberty which we now so mad en-
was Immeasurable’in the extent
nman sacrifice, suffering and un
we, their children, might enjoy
the priceless heritage of liberty which
la by divine decree the birthright of
every son of Canaan, they left home
and country, crossed deserts, swam
deep riven, fought Indians and wild
beasts, and died on battlefields far
from kind remand loving hands. Their
blood was poured out in unstinting
sacrifice from Lexington to San Ja-
cinto, till today the golden sunsets of
cur great state at eventide are but an
everlasting monument to the Sangui-
nary fields upon which they died.
Are we getting better or worse as a
people? How are we keeping the
splendid principles for which they paid
so great a price?
These are questions which every
Texan should today ask himself in
spirit of truth and patriotism.
Let ns all remember San Jacinto
and the glorious lesson it teaches—
“Leet we forget, leat we forget.”
One of the large dally papers makes
the startling announcement that Lou-
isiana has gone democratic!
? 1111 £
It Will take the'newspapers, a week
or more to get through telling that
New York has Instructed for Parker.
Pour bandits will be banged In Chi-
cago tomorrow. Buy a Tribune and
find out all about It.
After all, Beaumont and Orange
may yet secure deep water through
and by . their own local efforts.
It Is the duty of every thinking citi
ten to do all he knows how In the in
terest of his town and country.
Street urchins In Houston are steal-
ing flowers and selling them.
Every hour has its question of solu-
tion for progressive people.
FOR A PARK.
It is suggested that the piece of
ground just across, Fifth street In
front of the Rouss racket store would
make a nice little park, and further,
that as a park it would be a good place
for the band boys to meet and practice.
Not only thto, It could be fixed up
nicely with seats, and in the evening
ladies could meet there and spend a
few minutes or hours socially. '
A band stand could be erected in a
central place in the little park, and
two or three nights In every week the
boys, as we have said, could meet
there for practice.
AT Lufkin there is a band stand in
the center of the public square, and
the Hoo-Hoo band meets there regu-
larly every Wednesday night. Wednes-
day night is an event in Lufkin, and
many ladles come out to hear the mu-
The Tribune suggests that the own
ers of the ground to which reference
Is made will take kindly to the idea of
Its being used as a park and give their
consent to the same. ^
When you write to your friends in
the old States or In the old country
across the seas, don’t forgst to cut a
clipping out of the Orange Tribune
or Leader and send it along. It might
be the means of inducing people to
mors here and become permanent citi-
zens. Seed sown In good soil will
bring forth fruit after while.
Another Gusher has been brought in
• There to a field of unlimited re-
sources in this section of country mid
the great question with all progressive
people should be as to how such re
sources are to be utilized and turned
into profitable channels.
Nothing succeeds like success when
it does succeed.
Providence keeps calamity
: at the door of good old
Read the dispatches In
ipera and see what cataa-
taking place elsewhere |
room at the top, If
4. EDITORIAL CLEARING HOUSE ,4.
II Ml I’M j
Don't talk about dull times. There
are dull times only when we make
them so.—Orange Tribune.
Verily, man that Is born of woman
to full of foolishness and other unde
For behold, when the meat ax or
the razor waxeth dull from much
usage, doth he not annex a whet rock
and a strop and hie himself to a seat
and there restore the edges.
Yea, verily, even so much so that
when the wife of his bosom selzeth the
razor and attempteth to remove a
corn, she atoo removeth tbe toe and
sueth him for alimony and three
And again we hold, when a child is
dull, do not bis parents, if any be
have, gather together the pieces of
gold and silver and purchase much
New York exchange and send him
even unto Squeehawken Military
Academy to barter the exchange afore-
said for much learning and poker
Again, yea verily, even so much so
that when he returneth to the home
of his childhood he knoweth why x
Is equal to y and both to z, and also
the difference between a kitty and the
cat, and also between a jack and other
But behold when the people awake
In the morning and say each to the
other, “Verily, the town Is dead and
there is nothing doing,” and wax
optimistic nit, do they go forth Into
the city and make things happen?
Aber nicht. Behold, they say
“What’s the use” and strange oaths
fill the air, and the sound of the
mourner Is heard in the land. And
they sometimes, sit In the gates of
the city and wait for something to
turn up, which turns not because none
there are who will work on .the lever.
Verily, man that ia born of woman
Is very full of foolishness.—Port Ar-
Is It possible for The Daily Oil News
to Impress on the citizens of Sour
Lake the importance of making an
effort to settle the country hereabouts
with a thrifty class of truck farmers.
Beaumortt, Housjbn, Galveston and
New Orleans are the outside markets
for all the truck we can raise.—Sour
! The same might be said with refer-
ence to the land around Orange. Fruit
and truck ^farmers on a small scale
would pay vyell in thto section.
Miss Alice L. Webb of Nacogdoches,
has sent samples of tobacco grown on
the Webb farm near that city to the
Chabmer of Commerce, and tbe same
has been placed on exhibition in tbe
quarters of the Chamber of Commerce.
The samples were sent through Mr.
J. L. Keith of thto, city. It Is the In-
tention of the Chamber of Commerce
to have the special train on the ex-
cursion up the East Texas switched
off the road and ran over to the Webb
farm, so that the members going can
see one of the greatest tobacco farms
In the United States and see and learn
all that they can absorb about the cul
tore of tobacco—rBeaumont Enter-
And Mr. Shefler the tobacco expert
while at Orange a few days ago stated
that a first class wrapper tobacco
could be grown here. Tbe day will
come, perhaps, when Orange will be
growing and shipping and even manu-
facturing tobacco and cigars.
JAMES R. GARFIELD.
James R. Garfield, son of the late p resident, is rapidly attaining recogni-
tion as President Roosevelt’s cloaet personal friend. He occupies the posi-
tion of Commissioner of Corporations In the newly-organized department ot
Commerce and Labor and Is constantly consulted by the president, partlcu
larly on questions of political policy.
his will In a hurry anl leaves a legal |
contest. ‘ He dies In a hurry and goes
to the devil.—Sulphur Springs Ga-'
It looks very much like that life is
a hurry all ’round from the cradle to
the grave—a regular hurry up game
on limited schedule as It were. "
The Bible says cleanliness is next
to godliness. But people do not nec-
essarily have to be godly to be clean.
It Is stated on good authority, and It is
really a matter of fact, that the city
of Havana, Cuba, has had hardly any
yeljow fever since its occupation by
the Americans a few years ago.
The first thing the Americans did
at Havana, after taking the place, was
to inaugurate a complete system of
sanitary work under the supervision
of experts. It took a long time to get
the city In decent condition, but the
task was finally accomplished, and
today yellow fever Is almost as scarce
there as at Memphis.
The Introduction and operation of
modern sanitary methods has almost
eliminated various disease pests that
have heretofore made not a few of our
large cities uncomfortable.
The new mayor of Houston has just
commenced a vigorous campaign
against filth in his city, and yesterday
he advertised for one hundred extra
hands to help in the work. The most
important committee in the city coun
ell. If there Is such committee at all.
should be the committee on public
health and cleanliness. See that
everybody keeps their premises clean
and that no decaying or dea l matter
be allowed to remain till it becomes a
nuisance. There Is no use, however,
to wait until we are told by the^clty
council or Civic club about theBe mat
ters. We should know it instinctively.
Let's all consider ourselves a commit
tee of the whole to help keep the city
nice and clean.
rn .ee and England each own in
Africa an ?ra as large as the United
Cf- - * •
Try a want ad In the want column
If you have any wants you want
counts for as much as capital.
Every man should be filled
with enthusiasm if he expects
to make his business a success.
If you feel a languid interest
jn your business, mark down
some goods and tell the town
about it through the newspaper
MAKE A GOOD
Man eats In s burry and gets dys
epsia. He talks In a hurry and gets
the lie. He does business IS a hurry
and becomes bankrupt He reads In
a hurry and to superficial He votes
lit * hurry and produce, corruption.
in a hurry and gets a dl-
traits bis children to a hur-
" " ' end
in a few articles. What if you
do lose a little on the adver-
tised goods. You will have
brought^ a crowd to your store
and aroused enthusiasm in
yourself and among your cus-
tomers, which is worth much
to you. Instill some of this
life into business by : : : : : :
Jill kind* o!
Sheet Iron Work
work, work for mills and
work for mills
»U. - Valiev fluti
! ior onnaingH. in
for brick buildings
£ r: .
Does not, ultimately, bring about the best
results to a community
is NOT on a boom, but is enjoying the most rapid growth ot any
... - r. Because only recently have the public at large realized
w #| V r the opportunities which this Northwestern section of
J Texas offers. The large ranches are being divided into
Small Stock Farms
Wheat. Corn, Cotton, Melons and all kinds of feed staffs are being
raised in abundance, surpassing the expectations of the most san-
guine. A Country abounding In snch resource# (tried and proven),
together with the LOW PRICK OF LANDS.cannot help enjoying a
most rapid growth, and that is what Is happening in the Pan-Handle.
' THE DENVER ROAD”
has on sale daily a low rate homeeeekers ticket, which allows yon
stop-overs at nearly all points; thus giving you chance to investigate
the various sections of the Pan-Handle.
Write A. A. GUSSON,
General I’aBsenger Agent, FORT WORTH. TEXAS,
For pamphlets and fall information
Eastin & Starks
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Orange Daily Tribune. (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 33, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 21, 1904, newspaper, April 21, 1904; Orange, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth646927/m1/2/: accessed November 19, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lamar State College – Orange.