The Orange Daily Tribune. (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 174, Ed. 1 Monday, March 27, 1905 Page: 3 of 4
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%■ ORANGE* TEXAS.
Iltal paid io §100,000.
>lus fund 25,000.
w w reid. Cashier
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Like Sterling sj *
-1 SISK or OUUITT - '
te a luxury tor
LOW RATES TO
Low Chfonist Tickets
==3*£&=:WTLL BE ON SALE DAILY VIA—.....*-■ ...
Routing on your tickets an
SPUD WITH COMFORT
No better route to
Saint Lons than
via Pari* Observa-
tion Sleeping Oar. Dining
W. A. TULEY,
Gen. Paae. Agt.
Fort Worth, ; Texas,
I March i*t®flay »5. »9o5. Inclusive
PULLMAN TOURIST 8LEEPEB8 from Washington, Cincinnati, Chi-
cago, St Louis, Atlanta, ind tVfcRY DAY IN THE WEEK PROM
Writs for Pamphlet Giving Pun Information.
T. J. ANDERSON, 0. P. A. JOE HELLEN, ASP. A
I*-**. .............. s>.*4<S*l
and daily until
San la 1*
will sell ONE WAV'
•tfoft U>* raeepUoun accorded Charts*
8 Hanford and hia trading Indy
Mlae Marie Drofoab, at every perform-
amts dlts season leaves m doubt A
sttceeestoa of orations has aval tod
tdm during his (our this ssaaoa and
tbs crHkdsms bars been uniformly
enthusiastic Mr. Haaftxd baa mr&
•d <ba confidence of audlencse by hia
■rta aa an motor aad a producer (to
of plays tn t’s past. He has blsj*« P* »ay bar*,
first sffrtou* disappointment to be
ebsrged against him by an audience.
Rts prod union* bar* b»n lava*
lably made on a scale of Ubersllty
which proved Us determination to
meet the current demand for elabo-
rate stage effects, and yet he baa at
no time subordinated the serious re-
qiilrements of drastic sit to mere
speotaoalsr effect. His production of
"The Itonlng of the Shrew." Is her-
aided aa Us masterpiece in the field
of Shakespearean drama. The news-
papers have accorded It a meastm- of
praise which mere . friendly Intention
HI not ratle-ly aeount for, so spoil-
tan coup and ^unreserved have the ex-
been. And the box office
have aftorde4 corrobora*
tioriPrf the moot practical aad con-
vincing sort. Miss Marie Drofnab, bis
leading lady Is regarded as Is
sense a discovery, although she has Cherry street betw
been associated with Mr, Hanford for
many season*. She has seldom, there.
M03 *•*••*»•••«• a e estfV* ItM
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office, on the corner of Second aad kj ....................
OUR OrPICR PHONICS ARB: NEW
PHONE No. 1M. OLD PHONE No. 74,
If rou know Of an Item of ray Interest,
make It a point to tell the reporter at
or call th* office by the abet*
from 7:10 a tn. till 4 ft. o.
At other hours call up the REPORTER
OVER NEW PHONE No. SIS OR OLD
PHONE No. «d.
Help us to make tbs Tribune seeoue
me, a leaves Grange it T.R a A f
vrtvss at Bans at 5:45 a m.~
No 1 Mavra Bona at 4;M ». m.: a*
»*vra at Oraags at «.-u a a.
Remember that a
Erses many seaaMaflK insignificant
Items go to make eg • daily searsf*
per. If foe have a frirad to visit yee
or know of some one *'si ting la the
city, ray one leaving the city, of sick-
ness among the peopl#~or any bag
penlng cal] ns op, or tan us at 0*0*
Remember that this la a paper tor the
people aad ws dealt* Urn co-operation
of the people, rad If you should re-
spond to this Invitation of ooop*
Mm me featieva that ere era publish a
paper that will he worthy of bet
reed Is every hem# la the dtp of Or-
Perfection in style and art la dressy
headgear tor ladle* at the Saturday
Spring opening. April 1 at C. A. Mo-
Leod A Co *.
I have two place* for *a)«. Qua on
for sue. On
a* the Grow Flics’
KANSAS CITY TO THE GULF
At the very
low rate of
forA agsumed Jthe whole rrapcnsl-
bllHIee of portraying ttto leading berm
toes in hi* performance* rad the wri-
■ae she has received has stamped
her beyond question aa one of the
moat effective rad attractive classic
comedians now appearing before the
footlights, her art fa not only char-
acterised by personal charm but Is
judicious and wet! considered; tit
result of patient study and InteUt
gent development sa well as natural
Eighth, a neat cottage, live
new, price DM; term* life cash. re-
mainder la four equal semi-annaal
payments. Another real alee place,
corner Main and Twelfth streets tor
*I5W; MOO cash, remainder In tt»t
25 ft J. W. LINK.
The Or»*^ Telephone Company.
Quick conn action*, accurate servtos,
We aollclt subecriber* aad will appro-
elate your long distance bustaesa.
toll metallic UreolL
PASSING THROUGH A GREATER DIVERSITY OP CLIMATE,
SOIL AND RESOURCE THAN ANY OTHER RAILWAY
IN THE WORLD, FOR ITS LENGTH.
for cemmarclal cantaloupe, potato, tomato and general truck farms; tor
Mgar cane sad rlcecuHlratkm) for miiVcliant ablatlmbcr; for raising horse*,
mules, cattle, hogs, sheep, poultry and Angora goat*, at prices ranging from
FREE GOVERNMENT HOMESTEADS
to twenty-fl ve dollars or more per sere. «,
Write i »r a copy of “ CURRElfT EVENTS,” published by the
KANSAS CITY SOUTHERN RAILWAY
THE SHORT LINE TO
• “INEXPENSIVE AND COMFORTABLE HOMES.”
0 g. SWINDELL, D. P. A.
TEXARKANA, TEX. 'i J , *
fpg. nOCSLCR, TftAV. PASS. AN O (MIC M AOT., KANSAS CITY. MO.
ft. o. Warner, a. P. and T.A..
KANSAS CITY, MO.
A double track railroad, with first-
class double daily service between
New Orleans and Chicago, St
Louis, Cincinnati and Louisville
with direct connections for poirts
- ^ north and east ... . . .
Parlor cars, buffet library cars,
dining cars, Pullman sleepers and
free recliniagcbaircars . .
For Particular* Address
M- B. HUM F. A..
Beaumont, - - - Texas.
Are tbe most interesting of all Ihr natural
Wonder* in America. These wonderful
Caverns are visited annually by thousands
of tourists from this country and a brood
They ore pronounced by *eienti***t# the
most magnificent works of nature. It would
wull repay you to take jthe time to make
a Visit to them. They are 100 miira south
of Louisville, Ky.. near the
LOUISVILLE 4 NASHVILLE R|
and I ho underdgned will be glad to quote
you rate*, give train schedule* or send you
a beautifully illustrated 48 page booklet
giving sa interesting description of th
C. L. STONE, Osn’I. Pass. Ageat
Made In Orange (boun-
ty at tbe plant of tbe
Port Veroon Oil Co.
M4 g* " i
5MppN it An Oadatity
] lurftMBiii r
wttl be radamd JZkLt i
k to cloew hltiiur thatot itaf IudM
dust and damp TTi.
fan flaaa miss.h boas
JdS. im 22T C3SG
•W P- MtrAkLANDj
Scene from ‘'Texas at Orange Theatre Tonight
T. H. A.
1 Apply to ticket «gMM or aMree*
SHOMTSHT as* QtSCUXT LOIX TO
Bohxon and all Points East.
Exerilent Equipment, Pallmsa f«tra*
ing Cars. Observation •-
Cei* Dining Can
Worn rammu. is»mh
HOLMES SMITH, t. P. A.
Houston, - Texas.
ability. Mr. Hanford needs no Intro-
duction to the playgoer* in this city,
there !« scarcely a patron at the
the*: r who baa not been d Ohted by
bl« p.-rf',rnisnee# and looked forward
with p.mennt expectation to bis re-
turn Ho :* sertctir a ;.oi*> »t nefor
vtnl yet preserves »h-f.v**!!o and pic-
tervrqtie traditions the splendid
school 1r. vrblolJ h» wan educated
The *ii:»j»r.rtlng company Is ->a» of the
stronR-mt ever assembled for a pro-
duct'^ of ibis kind sitd to* scenery
aad (»s'name are lbs result of care-
ful stiJy and unntis'c! UH.nlity la
oxpecdt.-ura Mr: liaatord wlU - mp
pmmt st the Orange Theatre soon.
Bred Stslllno, Rec-
ord l:S2; Trial *;1L
Will Maks the season from March
23rd to l»ly SSrd, st Orange. T«oum.
Pedigree: giro, Wilton, (2:It 1-4)
•Ire of l»t standard performers by
Georg* Wilkes, by Hambtstoniao 10,
Wlkon * dam Alley, dam of seven
jtradarl performers, by HamblotOnlsn
WlHon is th* groat eat speed pw
duelng sirs In the world
4t.lt to wagon | by Honest Alien, by
an Allra, grand dam. Ural* An-
ion, by Dranurail. by Leglagtou.
S ■ ■ a..-— 1 ,
his bores la of the finest shape
j hfn oftH* arc uniform, trim and]
atra are rraaorable. t tm full,par-
Tin fit Coin
A(i>«rUMu>«nu wadar tbto;a«sa's* per Hn*
LOST- -Pocket book containing tax r*.
celpts, papers and a five dollar bill.
Finder will be liberally rewarded by
returning ttam oto George Itoreman,
FOR SALE—A boy s wheel, suitable
tor boys from I to 1& years old. A
125 wheel for I12.&Q Apply at Bley
do shop. 25 tf
WANTED Work by lady rad bar
daughter tn town or country a«I
dhreni 1015 Water street 24 It
FOR RALB-My rraldracO m Grara
avenue. Apply to Mid, Hamrooi
0m§ R n
WANTED-Any on# availing to take
a couple of tor trail vis to rah*, from
hern, manager 8
Ever Had a Pit?
> i# NOT
Fit >ottTRtif out with
fffMMl fit tliiHT a ml
InIi elotheM fittingly
made liore In <)raiijr<*
y'^Pfe k - Id
Anti kept Preeeerf Free by
asm ts»f* n Uem i
Lon Star Boiler
Boilers,Oil ami Water
Tanks, Slun-t Iron
Work of all Kinds
Repair work promptly done day
or night PltMwskliegegpec-
BcCafertj 4 Siiiin, PreprielOT
r togg. Beau
The Store formerly
•fill be tor teaao after 3
quire J. W. UNK
Paint Your Buggy tor too.
Paint it weigh* I to * era. more U
tha plat Hum other#, ***r« longer sad
a gtost o«isftl to
Now that tli«
lot Mlt- city lot, »t
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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/m1/3/: accessed July 15, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lamar State College – Orange.