The Orange Daily Tribune. (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 174, Ed. 1 Monday, March 27, 1905 Page: 2 of 4
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*'! . Umiton Anar OMWIh.
Man/. Indeed, art the curious cus
tan* camirtai with the Russian
artny. ear* a writer ta a Loodou jour-
nal. For instance. non# bat giants art
allowed ta tba FTeobrasbenskl b#dy-
mm) regiment. To tba Isiualtowakl
ngmtt naan bat fair an am ad
alttfd, while a turned op «at la tba
qualifying adornment of tba CSwiow
manta H moat marked. a guard lieu-
teuaut until recently taking precedent*
over a captain of tba Una. Furtht-d
mora tba pay of Infantry o»cam in i;nl
regiments la tadterooafy amall. WbaP
tba infantry private’* lot la can botur
bo Imagined than daaitibcd.
stranger Interviewed tbla mr by n
reprteeetatlve of ibta paper bos bean
mot Oranco It one of Ha- prqttteat
noataat and boat towns in Texas, or
la tba bomb. Tim stranger receives
n (avorsbla impression of Orange
when be rides doom On«n avenue,
ta <b« mnldenoe district. Fifth street
In tba butrtnean district and to the
Holland botote-whlrti latter la always
T«r an# r»atain la nan.
In Bngtaad tbe penalty of tar and
(Mbm vm introduced in itt pkw
Richard 1., before netting out for the
Holy I And, ordained. In order to pre-
serve the discipline of hi* fleet, tbat
whosoever should be convicted of tbeft
should Bret have bto bead shaved; tbat
boiling pitch aboald then lie poured
upon It, and a cushion of feather* (dc
la plume d'orctllcr) abaken over It. He
was afterward to be ppt on abore at
tbe A ret place tbe ship touched at,
though, after a baptlam of boiling
pitch, the poor wretch would bare lit-
tle life left In him. In modem times
Russia would tike to malar peace
with Japan, but she wants to make
It am bar own terms Well, by tbe
time Oyaana hammer* the forces of
Unevitrb a few more times and nine
them a few roon< hundred miles
further, tbe emperor will be willing
to let Japan have something to say
H. T. FOUNTAIN
pitch, the poor wretch would bare lit-
tle life left In btm. In modem times
tlie practice baa found favor with the
populace as s means of readily exe-
cuting Justice on au offender whom
tt»e law perhaps allows no anxiety to
Tbe smaltest mammal lit tbe British
Isle Is the *h re w mouse. This Is not
only the smallest British mammal, but.
with tbe exception of one other of tba
»a«u« genua, the smallest in ICnropa.
Tbe harvest mouse is sometimes
thought to be even smaller, but tba
length of Its head and body Is ofteu
two and one-half Inches, while that
of tbe teaser shrew In rarely wore than
two Inches. Tbe tall measure* about
one and one-third inches, and its teeth
are ao extremely small that a lens to
required to detect them.
"Texas- at the Orange Theater to-
night la not a blood and thunder
drama, but a tweet, true story of tbe
plains, written of Texas by a Texas
woman and played by a thoroughly
capable company. Don’t miss it
Was Leader, who plays tbe part of
"Texas'* In tbe drama of tbat name
at the theater urnigbt, baa won her
way to the hearts of bar andtooeea
* CVaHnlii •( the Off i. ,W
i A hansom cab driver bad Just picked
t up a fate and waa driving furiously
, akmg a crowded street wham tbe wheel
of hie cab Just managed to grass a
. barm which a very thin youth waa
r “Now, then, cant yer as* mar bawl-
ed out tba latter angvUy.
! “No.” waa tbe reply; “yer whip’s in
to 18.50 per day
DR. R. P- O'BRIEN
arm mas uwx bwuwuw
Mew FUeae tie t
L. P. BBAN1IN
meedse April «.i«* c
Liver, Fees ui Tnuftr
Baggage HollcHed oo Trains
W. W.^BLAND B
CHAS M. REIN
Reig Bldg, 4 Orange
WE buy for less, beoce
" we sell for less.
Rim Racist Stan
J. *f. LINK
Mast. garsTS inmnnu
aao desirable city lots -
UNK BUXi ORANGE
i east to build
i waat to repair
is boom moved
BBS OS TSLSrasHB
». M. DEPGWE
n»«aw-»e lto. old m
ORANGE SCREEN CO.
Make door aad wtadvw awiaea
------ ‘ and
to order Also do cabinet and
0. L. FORD It CO-
outs to sell you name et the
rboioeet. ulesaert aloeet ertk-ls#
of furniture you ever saw, sts
marvelously low price Wants
you to .-slT and *ee them All
kinds of furniturerepairing done
T. Br JETT B SON
Bill Posters & Distributors
Old Phone No. 84.
Gftcn Atienue Store
ROBERTSON t BRUCE
K 0E4HQS, T0il,
" 1 -y
tubacribera and patrons of the Tri-
bun* are advised that Mias
Rtafcardh to tba only parnen author!sad
by tba maaagemeet to collect money
tor this paper. All anbnetipuoa and
advertising accounts from F»b. 1, ItoS,
are payable to tba present owners of
toe pager aad. beginning today, March
*, Mia* Richards to tba antbortred «d
lector tor the pager.
TH* WATCH HYACINTH.
The government restorers at Oal- M'fl*
..yyuu. through the daily papers1
raggett Informal km aa to the prea-j
enla' to any auTam la Texas oarepts
4b# Ktbla<> of tba water hyacinth and jWh,t
express a desire to b*gte to# work __
RC CUBE O
. . _la ha kaewu
wo Wtu supply you
I0DB HUT St^3=
to the only TAILOB la town
P. A. PEREZ
rwe nr. v
Groceries and Feed
Of All Kinds.
'Ti# iLMm" ms Leading
Tries* fee lowest
WEIL k BERNHEIM
Xrerythtng tn tks line of
TBT THE MEW PHOME
Servloe itie beat —;ToU. cheapest
A. E. SniTH
Manufacturer of CYPRESS,
DIMENSIONS and CUPPER
8MINGLES, LUMBER A POST#
Wood—Oak, A*l or Pi«e
Split or otherwise, any length,
delivered. Call new phone !M
aad M», old phone 17*.......
Gar. Border and Jack
old Phono 181 Now 1
i Tii M cress*-«
B. C. FAICKNBY .
Next to Bateae Supply On.
The nnatfls dotneaback with
every artlel#**«t freehand dona
R. S. CARRES
ItaYoiHeed a lack
CAM. GM PHOME
STABS’ Mien Ban
Por all kinds of fanny Grocorla#
Ne-_Ph°Jofm'* *^d.^ne m
Mr. and Mrs. K ttodgwa are rejolcteg
emtr lb# arrival of a fto#( baby girl
bora to them yreterday.
Timpaon Did Tbretiflb
of Orange tuov < than s hundred proa
wktat. They amt# that the
bto* river 1* the only stream ta
um they know of that to afflict-
with the hyacinth pewt and that
rtter (a not within their JuriedU-
tloa, but uniter that of the sagiarera
at New drleaaa. *0bto I# a freak pity,
ter tbe easlaw^/ at New Orlt-aua
a» a»y/jffurt. ttoy have 'ever
., . the b,
4# bbCotally wo#'
WftoB tr waa mm here
(Jean* to investigate' am*
Mtofl M. Bbuattore*
i prrmftotid that a Steam-
W would vnrn b# sent to Orange and
Mgt to to# Sabtoto uatll the hyaciat^s
ww duatroyrd This akflAameut fliied
b ubasrta ,* nil mill men. stoambost
i aad log me# wUh Jay, ter ta
renllmuirti .-f this (moraine they
a relief tba* they
tor a tong time Vai
tor that promised
' res apt nor baa
aver returned, the
iaEwa?r W”” v 1,1,1 * .. ms ss
pectlve bomeeoekere tn toe North and
West are aow rending shout Orsage
every week la ttb<< Orange papers, and.
IB addition are mpHvtaf p#rfoaal
letters calling attention to tba ad-
van tags# offered by Oraag# to the
agrlrolturiat, the manufacturer or In-
vestor Tbat this In going to result
In wonderful good tor Orange goes
Timpnou <t#wd* trtotl s elmlisr
dtb«me about'leu y«sm ago, turret
Ing tiMief «IV> ia neodtog toe Times
tte partfre is to# #M states, and as s
at result w# secured about one hundred
famlllta from Ckorgta and Alabama.
y of whom have bought and paw
out tbekr bows since moving here,
sag are making some of tbe beet dt-
of the county—Tlmpeuu
Hard tn Mens*.
“Tl»* only iwrfectly is-mitlful wo-
man,” said a well kuowu ,uMmA
“niuwt have been a gnddeMi.
saw a perfectly bewuttful
my life, nor area Itaaid of tbe extol*
anew of one. Aa for Cfleofuttra, a learned
KiucUshman has dlawovertMl In rouh* an*
‘•leut gorelp written on papyrus that
she had the foxy red hair and tbe
freckled akin of all tbe Ptolemy family
sod waa obliged to resort to hair dyes
and cosmetics to keep up her reputa-
tion for looks. Out perfaitpM the sever-
est shock to the feelings la to learn that
Mary, queen of Scuta, actually squint-
ed. and that Mme, Du Barry wore a
set of false teeth.”
Notion to City Candidates.
Hie following city candidates have
compiled with tbe order of tba City
Council, requiring written application
and tbe payment of one dollar for
putting names on the tickets, and
their names will appear on the official
ticket. Any otbora desiring their
names on the ticket should advise the
city secretary at once;
For City .Marshal:
Vush-Don’t Knock i
Oeo. W. Williams
C. L. Wynne.
For #ity Tax Aaa-C.:
L. F. Branura.
W. C. Rucker.
F, M. Fond.
For City Attorney:
E. L. Bruce
V. H. Stark.
Itor City Treasurer;
W. L, Joiner.
For Alderman, Firm Ward:
Vor Alderman, Second Ward:
' C. B. Peveto.
M. V. Andenwm.
Fbr Alderman Third Ward:
W. H. Ogden.
K. A MITCHELL*
If you Want to secure some real
bargains in real estate—im-
proved or unimproved—you
will have to get In the push.
The simps will soon be taken
up and if you miss your oppor-
tunity you will have no one to
blame but yourself. M M jr
Have property all over town
for sale—Some good things,
too—up town.down town, west
Orange and the Cove M M M
A. L Mitchell, the popular machin-
ist for tii* Orange Lumber Company,
to nan flood to Ms bom* on Fourth
street with an attack of typhoid fever.
The Tribune to pleased to announce
an Improvement in hto condition to-
Real Estate, Insurance and Investments
t T~ ,
The HOLLAND HOTEL
MANGE, TEXAS .......JAMES FURLONG, Prop,
K tower part of
jjL* Gom bayou, a
ONE OF TUB MOOt MODERN AMD HR
U o 1 land
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Ford, Arthur L. The Orange Daily Tribune. (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 174, Ed. 1 Monday, March 27, 1905, newspaper, March 27, 1905; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth658598/m1/2/: accessed September 26, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lamar State College – Orange.