The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 23, No. 182, Ed. 1 Sunday, August 2, 1936 Page: 2 of 4
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in tbo Orange trade territory.
Fow, seven and thirty time-
rales quoted apply to ads
scheduled for consecutive days
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The Orange Leader
Publish erery arternoon accept
^ *na Sunday morning- st
*0*1-1 Front Street by the-Oram*
Leader Publishing Company.
Vntered at Ortnge, Texas p. o. as
•econd Claw Mall Matter. Under
®* * « <«* 0 *irlar, i month.
Advertising rates IfUl. b« furnished
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Dealers in new and' second-
hand furniture. We buy, trade
and sell. Also have Crosley
Electric Refrigerators, priced
$85 up and Crosley radios,
priced 919.99 up. 110 Border
street. Tfeone 439.
SPECIAL NOTICE j
LET MK KNOW YOfR WANTS j
AND NEEDS IN 'REAL K.ST ATE ;
AND ALL KINDS OF INSUR-
ANCE. Possibly I can bo of
some assistance to you. Office,
100' Holland Bids. I'hone 20.".. J.
E. PATTILLO, Realtor & Insur-
ZINNIAS, TOUCH-ME-NOTS, fJas-
turtlums, Vortulae* plant* OR.
ANOE FLOHAL SHOP.
ICE COLD WATERMELONS from
Port Itollvbr and Hempstead, Tex-
as. Call 'lis at lee Plant for ser-
vice from 8 n. m. to 10 p, m, For
extra service- call 040. A. CARR.
Buy From A
Dependable Firm •
1984 Ohev. Master Sedan $496
1984 Ohev. Master Ooach $445
1034 Ford V-8 Be Luxe
1931 Ohev. 6 Wheel Sedan 295
1929 Ford- Fordoor Sedan $75
1928 Ruiok Sedan $75
1928 'Ohev. Touring Oar .. $65
NEARLY NEW NOISELESS TYPE-
WRITER at real bargain, if ta-
ken at once. A. F. BURNS.
" " " 1 1 ■. 1 " '.! ' ■ M
NEED ENVELOPES, Letterheads,
office forms, etc. We ca fill your
, needs quickly, and accurately. .The
SAbliw Printing Co., Orange Lead.
er.Bldg. Phone 4.
1934 Ford V Stake Truck $395
1932 Ohev. Panel Truck $175
1929 Ohev. Pickup Truck $85
Pwieation Rate*—Cash In Advance
GUARANTEED RADIO SERVICE
for any make or model. Call Mr.
Mlnchew, manager of our radio
service department. Orange Fur-
niture Co. Phone. 120
FOR PLENTY EGOs\ IN OCTO-
BER, NOVEMBER, DECEMBER,
feed GROWENA to youK spring
pullets now. CAMP CIIAIX CO.
CHICKS—STARTED CHICKS, Put
lets. Fryers, Broilers. HARRY
1 CLARK'S HATCHERY. Vf-mf
ORANGE FURNITURE CO.MPA.VY
announce* nil electric refrigeration
Horvioe department in' charge of.
Atr.' Charles AJborn, who has had
■12 years ' experience In mechanical
- refrigeration, Ouarantoed service,
da.v or night. Phone 120, Night,
*or District Offices
*w County Offices
Except as VMknvs
County Commissioner *10.00,
Justice of the Peace *10.00,
.-J*#* City Commissioner
Xeftder i* authorises to an-
•amn the following candidates sub-
Jeet to the action of- tit* Democratic
For District Attorney—
BEN RAMSEY, San Augustine.
V MOLLIS KINARD, Orange
For County Commissioner, Precinct
H. J. "Bid" CA1LLATET
J. TOM HOILEAU r
For County CoMmlsei ener,
Frodnct No. Two—
R. E. HANKAMER
W. Hi PAYNE
For County CfemmiMioimr, Precinct
For.. OOonty Commissioner, Frecltut
N. Hi MERRILL
For Constable, Precinct One
GEO. F. REX8ES .
For Sheriff, Orange County—
C. H. "Hobson" MERIWETHER
L. O. (DICK) 8TANFIELD
WANTED a man with college edu-
cation—Excellent opportunity for
advancement. P. O. Box 950. 2t
FURNISHED APARTMENTS. also
sleeping rooms. Southern expo-,
sure. Apply 1)04 Fourth.
TWO STORY DWELLING ON PARK
AVENUE. Modern In nil respects.
Phone K. W. Stephenson, 910, for
FOUR ROOM FURNISHED apart-
ment. Frlgldalre. Private bath.
Garage. 1214 Ninth street.
HOUSE WITH ALL MODERN ■
CONVENIENCES. 910 Main.
Apply 912 Main street. . 8^1'
SEVERAL GOOD TYPEFWRITERS
Smith. Special rates to students.
At P. BURNS, telephones 904 and
488. Better oall right away be-
fore thoy are all taken.
DON'T LET THAT PROPERTY
stand idle. Advertise in the . For
TWO ROOM FURNISHED apart-
ment. Near Paper Mill. .1 ViO 4
Front street. 1-30
FOUR ROOM FURNISHED Apart-
ment. Private Bath. Electric re-
fiigenitor, Garage. 801 Orange
Avenue. Phone 4lL 7-31
Tailored to fit your needs; Phone
33. ORANGE PAINT CO., SOC-11
SEE OUR FURNITURE BEFORE
YOU BUY. Wo can save you mon-
ey. 25 per cent off for cash.
ROUCH FURNITURE CO., 105
th. Phone 44. Terms yju can
pajrK " 618-tf
WE BUY OLI^NGOLU Highest mari-
ket prices paldx Let us estimate
your gold before ywi seH It. H. L
Cohenour & Co., 2^7-A Fifth St.,
MEN WANTED. Reliable, fair edu-
catloit. mechanically inclined who
would lllte to_ hetu^r tljetpselves.
Must be willing to train spare time
to qualify as installation and ser-
vice experts. No experience neces-
sary. Write giving age. present oc-
cupation, etc. Utilities Ins.. Rox,
K„ care Leader.
3rd tt Green
NOTICE is hereby given
tjhat the uadersignedLis an ap-
plicant for a RETAIL PACK-
AGE STORE PERMIT from
the Texas Liquor Control'
Board, and gives this notice
by publication in accordance
with the provisions of Section
10, Hou4e Bill No. 77, Acts of
the "Second Called Session of
the Forty-Fourth Legislature,
designed, as The Texas Liquor
The retail package store
permit applied for will be
used in the conduct of a busi-
as the ORANGE
PACKAGE STORE, located
in tine Bancroft Building ati
511 Front Street in the City)
of Orange, Texas; this being at.
renewal of Permit No. 20375.
(Signed) E. C. ANTHONY
iljExposition in Dallas, to
t$ cowboys some of the army
can do a bit of riding, too.'
Troop P, Fifth U,
the rodeo axeaa ot tl o
500 VOTES IN PRECINCT TWO
-AUG t'ST 22. AV. Hi PAYNE,
COMMISSiONER. . S !t
TO KNOW WHY RUBBER BLADES
were never used before McLean's
Electric Shop got these new ones?
FEMALE HELP WANTED
Special work for married
Women. Earn .to 881 weeklyr and
' your own, dresses FREE. No can-
vassing.' Send ' dress sisse. Fash-
ion Frocks. Inc., Dept. A-4105,
EPILEPSY — EPILEPTICS! De-
troit lady 'finds relief for husband.
Specialists home and abroad fail-
ed." All letters answered. Mrs,
George Dempster, Apt. A-3 5, (1000
Lafayette Blvd. West, Detroit,
DALLAS. Tex.. Avg, 1. (Ai')-r-The
luckiest sneak, thief on record here
fell from the second story window of
a hotel; was knocked unconscious,
treated at a hospital and released l>e-
forn victims discovered their rpoi^ff
had been looted.
Astor Case Trial
NEW YORK, Aug. 1. (.vpv—While
Norma Taylor, "very melartclio|,v"
ond under an assumed- name, rested'
In a private sanitarium today, her
attorney promised to look Into "any
criminal aspects" of Los ■ A ngelea tes-
timony Involving ihis client.
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The > former show g)H was named
by Nelfle Rlchardsou, n ourseumld
for little Marilyn Thorpe, as a fre-
quent overnight visitor to the homo
of l>r. Franklin Thorpe, former huV
baud of' the film actress, Mnry As*
tor. ,M1sk Astor is suing In Los An-
geles for custody o| "Marilyn,
Noah L. Brauristelri. attorney for
^Ilss Taylor, announced that his cli-
ent "demands vindication and com-
plete"^ refutation of testimony" by
Brauntaln said he had conferred by
telephone with .Tosepjh Anderson, at-
torney for Thorpe, and that Ander-
son had prmolsed to recall Miss
Richardson to the witness stand for
TEXARKANA, Tex,. Aug. 1. <AP)
"Pectlllai" circumstances" in the dy-
namite blast death of'Abe Mills and
the serious wounding of Austin Mc-
ciuughlln Wtidnesday night drew the
attention today of Oklalmma offi-
C. D. Wilkinson, county attorney nf
AlcCuitalu county, OlUa.. riald Micro
were 'some peculiar 'clrciip^tontes
surrounding the case which I dni not
understand." He was aceompanlpd
I lire iiy Deputy Sheriff Willis Whlt-
ten. ■ <
Mills aud McLaughlin were found
after the Wast In a boat on (Hover
rlfer. Bits of flesh, hlood and .wa-
ter were found in the boat. Mills
died and MeClaughlin Is ip a, hospi-
tal, unttble to tcll> Wluir lufPiwned. ±
Wllklnaon said he fouiiiT. a spot on
the hank where the men apparently
bled hut that' notliing indicated an
explosion at that spot. iSe ox plo-
sion occurred a short dlstnm e from
Mill.*: homo near Battiest, Gklu.
Mrp., Mills said bcr husband wnn
carrying $30 when he left home Wed-
nesday. ■ After the explosion only
two cent* 1 were found.
i; w$m~ .. ...
< HKIKTIAN St iacVCE SERVICES
) "Love'.' Is the subject ' of the Les-
son-Sermon which "will lie read in all,
Churchea of Christ, .Scientist, 'on
Hundaj'.' August 2, ,
T.ho> Oolden Text Is: "He that
loyetb not kn.owelh not Cod; foi*
'Opdi.ia love." 1 John 4;S).
Among the citations which com-'
prise the Lessou-Horinon is' the fol-
lowing from the Bible: "O right-
eous Father,'".the world hath not
known thee: hut I liaye known thee,
and these have known that thou
hast sent me. And I have declared
unto them, thy nonw. and will dortrrro"
It; that tbe - love wherewith thou
"hast loved me may be In tliem, and
I In them," (John 17:25. 2C).
The Lesson-Sermon Includes also'
the following i>assago from the
Christian Science textbook, ''Sci-
ence and Health with Key to" the
Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy: -
" 'Ood' Is Love-' ' More than this wo ;
cannot a sit, higher we cannot look,/
farther we cannot gp." page fi). /
CUIjCUEN THIF.F /
GRANTS PASS. Ore. — /K skunk
made ft nocturnal, i'old .on .state «Rep.
W. A. Johnson's hen ifousc. John-
son took down a. aUotgiin. let go with
lioth barrels and. went to bed. " In
the morning he fourtd the skunk, a
hen and ' all bu(t three chicks dead
from shotgun pellets.
T3ii One T^es Tlie Cake
By Gene J By rnes^
NOTICE TO rUBUO
The follniting policies asslgnod to
P. B. Curry, while-acting ua agent in
Orange, Tesaa for the St. Palu Fire
& Marine Insurance company have
Automobile .Pollster Nob. 188131 to I'
Automobile Policies Nofc~l 22941
to 1S2974, inc.
This- is to notify the-public that
none of theoe poilciea have been is>
sued as contracts of Insurance, and
mid company had) seeured nfo prem-
iuma for any of said policies, and
them (free the same are considered
void and of no eltect by the company.
CRAVENS; DAJftdAN fc CO.
COMPANY WILL DROP IN UNEX-
PECTEDLY! On short noMoe we
can srrangs special tables. No ex-
tra charge. HOLLAND HOTEL
ROOMS. 009 Eln)
(American New* Features, Inc.)
I Raising ttMS parnfly- Jt would flreauy inconvenience Ma if Pa wciro hk.kpu upJ
\ Bfc WE ObHsfuBtEU (
OF THIS TOWN- KNOW
DO H6.W KNOW
\HHP3r \fi TH& WOCiLD
06 -re wlctime
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The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 23, No. 182, Ed. 1 Sunday, August 2, 1936, newspaper, August 2, 1936; Orange, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth307869/m1/2/: accessed March 22, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lamar State College – Orange.