The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 28, No. 306, Ed. 1 Wednesday, December 31, 1941 Page: 2 of 4
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7'/ e Orange Leader
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i. b QOtOLEY. Editor and Publisher.
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Hy Mall or Carrier. J month i—I .50
AiINrrtislnii Rate* Win Be Furnished
ASSOCIATED PRESS MEMBER
The rale* lal.'tjfnTCd below ap-
ply in mis orlidtiatlnn v.iihln thfr
slates of Texas and Louisiana.
The 4. G and 7 time rates apply
only to aus scheduled for- con-
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I. BUSINESS HIRKCTpH*
1. Card of Thanks
2. Lodffe Notice*
3. Lost ana Found
4. Special Notirrs
7. Help Wanted
8. Situations Wanted
12. l'rlvate Instruction
n. Business OpporlttitlUea
VI. FOR RK\T
JO. Trailer Space
!1. Farms '• '
52. Business Opportlinllj
!3. Household Goods
4. Wanted To Rent
VIII. FOR SALE
'.8. Household Goods
19. Business Equipment
t#. Machinery and Tools
>1. Building Materials
12. Seeds. I'lants
131 Livestock and Poultry
■4. Real Estate
15. Automobiles V . \
17. Auto Service
!8. Trailers r
• BE OUR GUEST •
ORANGE LEADER Classified
5 ffeu EACH DAY
Just clip out ihe notice hearing your name nnd present II to thn
BENGAL Itov Offlee ... It Is your 4<ue*l Ticket.
(Sohlect lo a.Tvlce diiil'ire)
, —TO THE N-E-W
Open Daily 1 P.M.—DIAL 4532
—OUft FIRST BIO HIT OF 1942—
3 BIG DAYS STARTING THURSDAY!
^ you CM SB-sr/
Th musical ihow that wowed
Broddway for two years...the same stars —
,.... plus BOB HOPE and 100 Louisiana Lovelies...
plot all the beauty of a New Orleans Mardi Grasl
Beauty Shops ,
f. Special Notices
WOMEN, OHILIIRBN. MENS
haircuts .Tifce; Shipyard Barber
Kliup, 10,9 Kl.'-Oreeu Ave, Plenty
IIKTTFRK I-'I.OWKlt HI lot' love-
ly cut Unworn, pot plants; <l|al
4841; we deliver: Nth at.John, _
Kluiiu Roger's,'' 70S Park Ave,,
■« invited, to lie the Kltest of Ilitj
Orawre Ltinrler to see U0I1 Hope
In the Mardi finis or the Year,
'LOUISIANA PURCHASE' Thiirs.
through fliitiii'duy at the Tletmal.
h 1.1) WHRS FOIl ALL 0('AS-
IONS. I'lnntK and shrubbery.
. 1::01 Creep; phone 62ft.
SPECIAL PRICES on enlarRe-
menta from negsitfvfis rtr. simtll
Jilctnres, post eards. etc. Trail-
er House Studio, 400 Border.
SPECIAL FREHti' 11 tillMA OVS-
ters; 33e pint: 65e (|iiai'l.
CheeJt's t'onfectioiiery, phone
llHIVINt; TO CAI.IKOHNIA. wIiI
lake lady or man and wife, ref-
erences, share expenses, leav-
ing Monday. lHal 4 22(1.
R. LEE DAVIS, LAWYER
28. Household Goods
Over 200 styles to choose from.
Lny-nwfiy for t.'lfl'lstnuts now; any
payment made now or until chest
I'h delivered Is considered a pari
of ihe Hitiall dovin-jiaynteiit.
Are you enjoying jour radio to
I lie fullest extent? II It Isn't |iei-
forniluu perfectly let uh put It In
flrstw-lass eondltinn so you won't
miss yom- favorite pro rnms.
I I LLV in ARANTKEH
ItAKIO HEI'AIIt WORK ,
ENSIGN AUTO STORES
Klftli at Front
Dial 2 :I2
Jv.*1 us fix vonr Radio!
11. yeni H'-Kpeclall/.liift lit radio ser-
vice in OriuiKc.
Free pick-up and delivery.
(■ask & M«-(;KK
JSOH Main Dial iit.'ia
If you have any household Rood*
DIAL 571 - NOW!
IMtOMPT, COURTEOUS AMUU-
Jance and Funeral Service to all
of Orange County. Phone Car-
ri'll-Eisher Funeral Home, •>7,
lieuuinollt, .collect. .
7, Help Wanted
HXPEItlENCEH MEN'S PliRK-
ishlnK and work clothinx man;
good salary; steady work; liox
4 4 .^Leader.
(TTrlh and wTimkn wanted
for steady work; apply Oranffo
Laundry, Front at First St.
VV A NT* t' A RPENTjSR to mend
roof; small Job; phono 4 260,
534 Fannin Beaumont
I'at Miller, Tn.'l TeJitli Street,
is invited to, he the Riiest of the
Orange Leader to see flow Hope
in the Mardi Oras of the Year,
•Louisiana purchase' Thurs.
Itirbugii Suturday at (he lleURitl
for. piece Roods; good salary;
steady work. lJox 4 2, Leader,
New and Cued Furniture
llijj triMle-ln allowance
on llSed I'oeniHire
no roriirH dial tnt:i
TAitLE TOP OIL fTTOVET nsec
very little; ?:c.; 83 Ollntei
Ul'lt fOMT PIANO FOR SALE,
cheap; 212 Gum, phono 2897.
FSTNOLB BE I>S."oNE DOUBLE
! BED; 405 Pine.
DTNINO sil'lTB, rViO : BEDUOOM
Hiille; range; 7(12 Cherry.
Nationally known trailer coach as;
most complete trailer homes on
the American market. Used trail-
•i m too!. Terms!'
Best Trailer Coach Co.
1295 Orleans 8t,—Beaumont
Betsy Breece, West Park Ave.
Is Invited to be the^gilest of the
Orange l<eader to see Boi> Hope
in the. Mardi Oras of the Year.
'LOUISIANA PURCHASE' Thurs.
through Saturday at tlie Bengal
WE ARE NOW EQUIPPED, TO
RENOVATE any awe or style
and kind of mattress Into a
beautiful innersprluK mattress
or make new Unit tresses in any
style, size or kind.
Sabine Mattress Co.
'lit (ireen Ave.
Lost and Found
Lost Packard hub-cap. on
rough pocllun of Second St. lle-
tur'n lo :i l Moreell, rewnnl.
Turniyuar viicam pri perty Into
(•ush! For Rent .and For Sale Ad.t
ROOM AND BOARD for S men;
modern conveniences; home
cooking: 50:1 Moss St., West
?, BARBER^ TO SERVE YOU at
Shipyard Uarbftt' Shop; haircuts
3Be; 109 E. (Ireen Ave.
ROOM AND BOAilb: home cook-
ed meals; $8 week; 711 Sixth,
Vercher Rooming House.
MAIN. ~8«7~nicely furnished
room, coilnecting bath, private
entrance; for gentlemen.
FOURTH, fin2 room for 1 < r
gentlemen; private entrance,
adjoining luiuhphone 2ti9l-
i'AUK, SOS -sleeping rooms: hot
and cold water.
29. Business Equipment
HEAL ADDING MACHINE BAR-
IhWN: Burroughs seven col-
umn adding machine, with pos-
ting carriage on stand — A-l
conditionNand guaranteed, if
Interested, see A. F. BURNS
21. Wanted To Rerit
Want 5-rooin fflcely furnished
home; pennjiiient; references
exchanged; box 4 2; Leader,
roifTkOO M FIJ RNI Sll E D <) R
uniurnished house; write J. P.
Cillnes, North Pent'!,-Beaumont.
1039 INDIAN HOIWE TRAILER,
sleeps 4; also 1935 Il-D motor-
cycle. bargain. Howard pewey,
2',4 blo(«ks North of Navy Ad-
dition on Sixth St,
sAt'itiFicK 14 ft" House
TRAILER— 150 cash! Located
rear Jelllson's Service Station,
Mill at Oreen.
sKlfitfd rcnotrr?" ure lolks who are Jn
lh« maiket to buy I
HOUSE TRAILER. Frlgldalre,
gasoline range, full size Is'il;
J275 cash! 1M>. 245, box 125;
Sour Lake, Texas.
FOR SALE-^iiolise trailer priced
to sell; new condition; Lucius'
Trailer Camp, Creen Ave.
~ Aiin'o.Maziiro, tilf Cypress St.,
Is Invited to be the gueat of the
Orange Leader to see Boh Hope
in the Mardi (Iras of the Year,
'LOUISIANA PURCHASE.' Thurs,
through Saturday at the Bengal
HOUSE TRAILER, apply Pteynes'
Tourist Court, West'Orange.
Blanch (irnysou, 710 Front St.
Is invited to be the- guest of the
Orange Leader to see B(ih Hope
in the Mardi Cms of the Year,
LOUISIANA PURCHASE' Thurs,
through Saturday at the' Bengal
lOLE*'TU1C NATIONAL CASH
register; excellent condition;
K.1 cash: write J. O. Clookt>s
085 Eighth, Beaumonl.
34. Real Estate
FOR RENT OR SALE - reason-
able 10 acre farm: good 4 room
house; See J. R.BIngham.next
to Paynes' Cabins on Pi. Ar-
WILL PAV CASH FOR YOUR
( Alt IF VOl' WISH TO DIS-
POSE OF SAME. NO DELAY.
Orange Cp. Motor Co.
ACROSS FROM COURTHOUSE
YOU WON'T HAVE TO WAIT at
Shipyard Barber Shop. 109 E.
Creen Ave. Open 7 a. in. -- - 7
FOR SALE late 19311 Ford V-S.
good'coudRion, by owner; 13t0
Ninth, Alex Wilson.
'40 DELUXE CUSHMAN SCOtlT-
ER. $90; rebuilt Servlcycle.
$95; '31 H-D 74, $125; Ray
Byars, 977 Pearl, BeaufflOiit.
You Can Sell
YOUR HOtTSE OR LOT
Thru Classified A.d3
£? SHERIFF'S SALE
THE STATE OF TEXAS
COUNTY OF ORANGE
BY VIRTUE OF AN ORDER
OF SALE issued by order of a
judgment decree of the 1st Dis-
trict Court of Orange r< Gounly,
Texas, by the- Clerk of said Court,
on the 8 day of December, A, p.
1941, in. n certain suit No-. 4215,
wheiein State of Texas, for itself,
and in behalf of Orange County,
and for (he use and lienefit of
Orange County Navigation Dis-
trict, Orange // County /Drainage
District, Oratige County School
District No. 7, and Orangefield
Independent School District, mu-
nicipal corporations duly incor-
porated under the laws of the
State, of Texas, and being polit-
ical subdivisions \yhose taxes are
assessed and collected by thfc
Tax Assessor and Collector there-
of, as Plaintiff, and L. J. Tillery
Oil Company, a corporation, by
its President, ,tl J. Tillery, L. J.
Tillery, in person, O, H. Pen-
nock, Sabine Supply Company,
Humble Oil & Refining Company,
Mrs. Louis Boutte, a widow, Hali
& Lowry, a corporation, Evange-
line Iron works, Lt'd.. a foreign
corporation, Chester J. LaHuis,
Mary C. Coith and husband Her-
bert S. Coith as Defendants in
favor of the said plaintiff for the
sum of Five thousand nine hun-
dred thirty and eight and 57-100
($5,938.57) DOLLARS for delin
quent state and county ad valorem
taxes, together with the legal and
total amount of penalties, inter-
est, and costs of suit computed
thereon, and the foreclosure of
Plaintiff's delinquent tax liens
upon the property hereinafter de
scribed as the property of the de-
fendants, because of the non-pay-
ment of the taxes due thereon,
within the time and in the man-
ner provided by law, same being
the amount of said judgment ren-
dered in favor of said plaintiff
State of Texas, for Itself, and in
the capacity herein set out by the
said 1st District Court of Orange
County on the 17th day of Octo-
ber, Ar D. 1941, and to me direct-
ed us sheriff of said Orange Coun-
ty, I have seized, levied upon, and
will on the first Tuesday in Jan-
uary, A. D. 1942, the same being
the 6th day of said month, at the
Cour,t House dixit- of said Orange
CoUnty in the City of Orange be-
tween the hours of 10 o'clock A.
M- to 4 o'clock P- M. on said
day, proceed to seil for cash to
the highest bidder all the right,
title, and interest of said defend-
ants in and to the following de-
scribed real estate, levied upon
as the property of said defendants,
jthe same lying and being situated
in the County of Orange, and
! State of Texas, and within the j
I metes and bounds and territorial
(limits of said political subdivi-
I FIRST TRACT: Being 5 acres
J of land,'more or less, a part of
Wm. Dyson Survey, Abstract No.
10, Orange County, Texas, de-
scribed in a deed from Wm. Tas-
co et al to L. J. Tillery Oil Com-
pany, recorded in Vol. 10, page
58, Contract Records of Orange
County, Texas, and being dated.
Marcb 22, 1930, to which refer-
ence is here made for any and all
SECOND TRACT: Being 1.50
acres ot land out of Abstra.ct 10,
Wrri. Dysoh Survey, Orange Coun-
ty, Texas, described in deed from
Cow Bayou Oil Company to L. J.
Tillery Oil Company, daied April
30, 1924, recorded in Vol. 5, page
318, Contract Records uf Orange
County, Texas, and being kn'own
as the "'State Land B & A" Lease,
Orange County, Texas., Reference
is here made to the above .rec-
ords for any and all purposes,
subject, however, to the rights
of the defendants, their heirs, as-
signs or legal representatives, to
redeem said property within the
time and in the manner provided
for by law; subject to the further
rights of the deferidants to have
said property divided ahd sold in
less divisions than the whole and
entire tract, as also provided by
law; and in the event there are
no bidders, said property will at
said sale be bid off to the said
State of Texas, ffir itself, and in
the capacity herein set out.
1 L. G. Stanfield,
Sheriff, Orange County, Texas.
By K, A. Mitchell, deputy.
Dated at Orange, Texas, this
10th day of December, A. D. 1941.
Mrs. Georgette Huberman and her
son, Jean Pierre, arrive at New
York aboard the Serpa Ptnta. Wife
of a French lawyer, she will remain
In the United States/for the dura-
tion of the war.
\ Francis Sayre
Manila declared an open city, Fran-
cis B. Sayre, United State* High
Commissioner, departed with his
staff to spare the city further at-
tacks declaring, however, that the
Lands would "fight to toe Just
\Kansas Gity, Kiis. (AP) — A
tavern keeper in dry Kansas call-
ed his county attorney to, ask
how lie could obtain a new city
3.2 beer license- _Jhe state has
ordered none issued to holders of
federal Mail liquor stamps-
"t don't know," replied Prose-
cutor Joseph McDowell, ""'unless
you'd surrender your federal
"But man," cried the tavern
keeper, "then I couldn't sell any
"Selling whiskey,"' (irmly-re-
minded McDowell, "is a violation
of the—- say, who is this'.'"
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Quigley, J. B. The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 28, No. 306, Ed. 1 Wednesday, December 31, 1941, newspaper, December 31, 1941; Orange, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth220920/m1/2/: accessed December 15, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lamar State College – Orange.