Orange Daily Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 58, Ed. 1 Saturday, April 6, 1918 Page: 3 of 4
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SATURDAY. APRIL«, 19ta
CWUP MON ftV MAKING AD
ORANCI DAILY UADK*_
THB WANT AD*.
era raad by tt* people became
It fives them tew. of absorbing
interest. People it loegar go
1***** tor thing* they wauet
—they go to their newapnper for
information aa to where inch
thing* nor be feud. Thin method
■erfe time and trouble. If yon
*° bring your were* to the
of thia community our
Goldman abeald contain
r°m‘ . *
Srery little Leader “Want Ad"
la a hustler with a mieaiua end a
You'd de well to pay heed to
thia daily drive of buy Uttle ball*,
Often a Beal Strike is made
through the few worde they con-
Sta*T Orsngelte ihonld eultlvate
tha “Want Ad" reading habit.
t: t Til-'
HIGHEST #»*h gncm
kind* of Jankj
teae fold fat au
me trot; rubber
aopper, brace, tine, lead, eaeks, bones,
rag^ old rope,Iron, bottle#; soon try
shipments eolieited; prempt retarnr
anade an all akipments; aid phoae 835
Oats City Iroi A Metal Co., Orange
BOARD WANTED—In private family
by young married couple. Clone iu.
Phone 553. 3-3t.
GIRLS WANTED—Apply at the office
of the E L Opcucr ling Co., cant
aide, paper mill. 4-81
WANTED—To buy good cyprcai cis-
tern. Ring 474. 4-3t
WANTED—hy gentlenian, room and
board; dinner immateriuif not too fur
out. Milton Tinney, cure Lender.
entering the Orange field in the In-
dustrial Life and Ordinary Insurance-
and need souib live wire agents as soli-
citors und collectors. Experience not
as essential us energy and honesty. Ad-
dress Eirst Texas Prudential Ins. Co.,
AGENTS WANTED at once to intro-
duee a patented high grudi- proposi-
tion which vastly increases the produc-
tion of an article in greut demand by
our' govcrnflient*,; TlfcViVprcaenf Sttpjffy
of this necessity being quite limited
compared to the demand which is in-
creasing constantly. Our proposition
meets the requirement fully; exclusive
territory given to rigid party. Address
N. B. Knigld, Houston, Texas.
WANTED-—First class cook at once.
Over Paragon Laundry. 5-3t.
FOR SALE—dine now 4-room house
on Burton, near Ninth stret; one 6-
raom house between Sixth und Sevcntli
streets on Cherry; two lots on Cypress
between Eleventh and Twelfth; one
nice 6-room house in West Orange.
Robert Snood home in West Orange.
POE SALE—The Joseph Weaver
hupie oil Border street. Large, airy
rooms. For particulars see W. M.
FOR SALE—Ford roadster in good
condition, or would trade for vacant
lot. Address P. O. Boa 801. 4-0t
FOR SALE—Rhode Island Red egg set-
tings of 15. Apply "04 Park. LU-3
FOR SALE—Two quarts of milk. De-
livered Main street only. Phone 234.
b at .
HOME FOR SALE—Corner Pino and
M Twelfth streets. See J. E. l’tttillu or
D. W. Howell, 63,7.00 cash. O-tit.
55e~WATKINS MAN Headquarters
304-a Rein Building. 4-4tf.
F. A. FARWELL, MANAGER OF Z.
& M. CO., REPORTS A LARGE
1 'fhrt “
President K. He Farwell, of the
Chanihur ‘»f Commerce, and manager of
the Lutcher & Moore Lumber Co., re-
One of the newest features lo neck-
TW hi this smart separate waistcoat
fur wear with the tailored soil It la
Bade of striped washable taffeta la
tarquolae blue, black and wblt*
Mr. and Mrs. C. F, Richardson of
Henderson street, are the proud parents
of a bouncing baby boy, which the
tork left at their home a few days ago.
Don’t forget our regular family Sun-
day dinner. Bring your family ami en-
joy a good dinner, ll a. in. to 8 p. ut.
Price 7Sc. Cafe Gopus.
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To the Sheriff or any Constable or
Orange Cnupbr, Greeting:
You ah* hereby Connuanded jto Rm-
mua H, C. Atkinson b* making publi-
cation of this Citution once in each
week for four successive weeks pre-
vious to the return day hereof, in some
' newspaper published in your county, if
there lie u newspaper published there-
in, but if not, then in any iirwspajier
published in the First Judicial District;
but if there be no newspaper published
in said Judicial District, then in a
newspaper published in the nearest dis-
trict to said First Judicial District, to
appear at the next regular term of the
District Court of Orupge County, to be
holdcn at the .Courthouse thereof, it*
Orange on the 5th Monday in April
A. D., 1918, ti»e same being the 29th
day of April A. D. 1918, then and there
to answer a petition filed in said Court
on the 6th day of April A. D. 1918 in
a suit, numbered on the” docket of said
Court No. 8778, wherein. Maurice Car-
roll Atkinson is plaintiff, and H. C.
Atkinson is defendant, and said peti-
tion alleging cruel treatment by de-
fendant to plaintiff of such a nuture
as to render their further living to-
gether us man and wife insupportable;
that defendant was caught in adultery
and lived in adultery with other wom-
en immediately preceding the separa-
tion of plaintiff and defendant.
Plaintiff further represents that
there was born to her, two children,
the issue of the marriage of plaintiff
and defendant. That said two children
are girls of tender years, one being of
Seven years of age and named Hovie
Carroll Atkinson, and one being three
years of age and named Katie u-loris
Atkinson. That plaintiff is able and
willing to rear, care for, support and
maintain said children and that since
her separation from said defendant, he
has failed and refused to Hook after,
support and maintain suit! children.
Plaintiff prays for the care, control
and custody of said children.
Herein Fail Not, hut have before said
Court, at its aforesaid next regular
term, this writ with your return there-
nn, showing how you have executed the
Given Under My Hand and the Slid
of said Court, at office iu Orange,
• Texas', tilts, the 6th day of April, A. D.,
(Seal) J. E. PATTILLO,
FOR SHERIFF AND TAX
1 hereby announce my candidacy for
(be office of Sheriff and Tux Collector
for Orange county, subject to the ac-
tion of the Democratic primary. Your
vote and influence will be appreciated.
J. W. HELTON.
1 hereby announce my candidacy for
the office of Sheriff and Tan Collec-
tor for Orange oounty, subject to the
action of the Democratic primary.
Your vote and influence will be ap-
preciated. J. P. SWAIN,
I hereby announce myself a candi-
date for re-elcetion to the office of
Sheriff and Te* Collcotor for Orange
county, subject to the action of the
Democratic primary, July 27.
R. M. JOHNSON.
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER.
1 hereby announce uiyseif a candi-
date for the office of County Commis-
sioner from Prccmct No. I, subject to
the action of the Democratic primary
of July 27. Y'our vote and influence
J. P. EDDLEMAN.
turned from the Memphis meeting t»f
the Southern lumbermen lust night.
tfrbUe the mteing was larg from the
point of attendance and splendid ad-
dresses by various member ip the WHy
of explanation and assurance us to the
government grogrum and the part the
lumbermen are to phi}', little iu the
wey of public iutorct was transacted.
The strange fact Mr. Far,well cinnlui-
sisvd, was “tliut the shipyards are K-
, hind and that tlm country had not yet
performed; that every citixeg
bend his energies toward making it
kqown in words and works, and a purt
of his uea duties to around individual
pnd public conscience,”
I hereby announce my candidacy for
re-election to the office of Mayor of
the City of Orange, subject to the ac-
tion of the Democratic pramary. Your
vote and influence will be appreciated.
B. F. HEW80N.
rT^rnTX^anSiSate" iPor the office'of
Mayor of tho City of Or*ngo Texas,
subject tu the action ef the city demo-
cratic primary. If elected I promise to
give my best efforts to the up-building
of Orange. 1 solicit your support.
O. U. SilOiyVKB.
To AU Pqrtie* Taking Water rrom
The Orange County Irrigation
Company, ,for Irrigation Purposes:
You are hereby notified that tha said
Orange . County Irrigation Company
will for the yew M18 ehasge tor wa-
ter rent during said year one-fifth
(1-5) of the crop irrigated from this
canal. ORANGE COUNT IRRIGA-
We have thirty thousand to-
mato plants of the Livingston
variety. They will produce on
average of one peek of tomatoes
to the plant, if put out and cul-
tivated as we direct. Port
thur wants them. Orange
them. Will you buy them and
igcrease our tomato supply? over
7,000 bushels, or must we ship
them to Port Arthur? Wo also
have thousands of sweet potato
plants. Buy them now. First
come, first served. There will
be some one to wait on you every
uftcniqon front 1 o'clock to 7
O ’clock. 13 00 per ),<Kl0, 40 cents
per 100, less than 100 at l-2c
THE UNCLE SAM WAK
STATE OF TEXAS,"
Cauiity of Orange. »
By virtue of an aider of sale issued
out of the Honorable District Court of
Orange County, on the 12th day of
March, 1918, by the clerk thereof, in
the ease of Lula Ramsey, versus W. C.
Ramsey, for a partition in accordance
with ..said* judgment and 'decree, (to
which reference is here made) No. 3719
and to me, as Sheriff, directed and de-
livered, I will proceed to sell, within
the hours prescribed by law for Sher-
iff's Sales, on the first Tuesday in May,
A.'D., 1918, it being Die 7th day of said
month, before the Courthouse door of
said Orange County, in the State of
Texas, the following described prop-
FIRST—Part of the Jao. T. Walker
tract, patented to said Walker on May
16th, 1902, and described as follows;
Beginning at west end of the 26th call
of A. Nelson survey on south line of
said Nelson; thence northwest 380 vrs.
S. 84 degrees W. 220 vrs; thence S.
64Yi west 45 vrs. to bank of Cow
Bayou; thence down Cow Bayou with
its meanders S. 14(4 degrees; W. 51
south 12'/», east 110 vrs. south 25(4
110 vr»., south 46(4 west 290 vrs.,
south 1 east 8 vr*., south 28(4 east 04
vrs., S. 12(4, B- DO vrs., south 25(4
east 13 vrs., north 72(4, east 80 vrs.,
south 1 east 80 vrs., south 28(4 east 64
45 vss., north 51 east 57 vrs., north
16(4 east 35 vrs., north 44% east 210
vrs., to corner on Cow Bayou; thence
north 82(4 west 107 vrs. to beginning,
containing 43.66 acres.
SECOND—Part of A. Nelson survey,
beginning at a stake on Cow Bayou;
thence north 32(4 west 107 vrs. to
stake beginning of this 60 acres; thence
north 280 vrs.; thence east 100 vrs.;
thence N. 160 vrs.; thence N. 15 de-
grees,* E. 360 vrs.; thence W. 22 vrs.,
thenoe west 451 vrs.; thence south 118
vrs.; thence north 64(4 cast 13 vrs.;
thence north 84 east 220 vrs; thence
south 7 east 380 vrs. to beginning and
being a part of the 6th division of the
estate of Jas. Wales, set apart to Ole-
pen Burton anti containing 60 acres.
THIRD—North 50 feet of lots 5 and
6 in block No. 98, v»f the Amended
Sheldon survey of the City of Orange,
Texas. d. *
All the above described property ly-
ing and being situated in Orange Coun-
Levied on in accordance witli said or-
der of sale to satisfy said judgment
hereinbefore set out in favor of Lula
Ramsey vs. W. C. Ramsey.
Given under mv hand, this 29th day
of March, 1918.
R. M. JOHNSON,
Don’t forget our regular family Sun-
day dinner. Bring your family and eiv>
Ijov a good dinner, 11 a.' m. to 8 p. m.
j Price 75c. Cafe Gomez.
! Don’t forget our regular family Suii-
iday dinner. Bring your family and en-
I joy a good dinner, tl a. in. to 8 p. in.
(Price 75e. Cafe Gomes.
Price Interpreting Committee for Orange
Federal Food Administration of Texas
F. W HUSTMYRE, Chairman
PES0NNEL OF COMMITTEE
H. W Pruter .
T. C. Ford, Goodman Aronson, Mrs. S. C. Trimble,
Mrs. B. F. Hewson
NOTICE, BAND MEMBERS.
All members of the bund arc request-
ed to meet at the earner 01 Front and
Fifth streets tomorrow morning at
9:80 sharp to play at the International
• W. J. VAN AKSDEL,
Notice, Mrs. Housekeeper
Why not turn tbow lflle toonw of
yours Into cash. **,
There- «« plenty of wA IWPlf
coming to Orange th*t will pay yoe
well for light housekeeping room*. Wt
art *UU Winning » f**e i*fern»tum
will do out/best to -get yon * gop«
TS: WILSON rraHMOBBPeo.
phone 494—105 6th St.
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The Food Administration rules that no more than a
week’s supp'y of Flour can be sold at one time. This aUow-
ance is 1 y2 pounds per person per week, and an equal amount
of flour substitutes must be sold with the flour. The sugar
allowance is three pounds per person per month.
Wholesale Retail Price
Sugar, Cane .......... 48.50
35-Pound Corn Meal........ 2.10
17-Pound Corn Meal ........1.10
8%-Pound Corn Meal........ 55
Salmon, tall Pints, per pound .20
Salmon, tall Red, per pound.. .30
Package Grits . 14
Package Corn Meal...........14
Navy Beans, per pound...... 17.50
Lard, Compound, Tierce basis 27
50 Poundcan.....; ......... 11.25
No. 10, large ........... 2.60
No 5, medium.............. 1.35
Leaf Lard, 10-pound cans.,.. 3.15
Leaf Lard- 5-pound cans..... 1.60
Rice, Fancy Honduras, per lb
Rice, Fancy Blue Rose, per lb
Hams, fancy, whole, per lb..
Sliced Ham .......45
Bacon, fancy, per pound.....
Bacon, sliced- fancy.........
per pound ..........
Bacon, dry salt side, per lb..
Bacon smoked side, small cuts
r Small cuts..............
1.52-1.69 Flour, 24-pound sacks.
,.80 Flour, 12 pound sacks.....
18.50 Lima Beans...... — ......
10.80 Pink Beans .........../.....
10.50 California /IBlack-eyed Peas.
1.85-2.00 Potatoes, 100 pounds......... 02*4
.49.53 Butter .................53
Baby Evaporated Milk...... 06
Tall •. • ..................13
— r —
march 30.1918 The Price Interpreting Committee
0 Hwciwrom I
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MR. MEASLES* PUZZLE.
“Go away, go uway,” said Peter
Dublin. “You iiiuntn’t come around
here. No, you
mustn't. I won't
have It, not for a
moment will I
“May we talk
to you, then?”
asked Mr. Meas-
les, as he hurried
“Yes, I will
come and talk to
yon. but you
around here. Gob-
lins don't get
measles, but chil-
dren do. nud I «How AtKKrt Mer
won't have It. a eked Mr*.
Hurry off. Hurry Croup,
“Wouldn't they like’to have ua?"
asked Mr. Mumps. “Just think how
we'd make their face* puff UP and
looh so fine and fat.”
“Yes,” said Peter Goblin, crossly,
“and muke it hard for them t4 swal-
low. No sir, no sir, you gel right
away from here."
“How about me!" asked Mrs.
“You go away, too,” aald Peter Gob-
“Can’t I have Just one little look at
a1 nice little boy or a ulce UtUe glrlf
asked Master Chicken Fox.
“You most certainly cannot," aald
Peter Goblin. *
“I don’t see why not,” said Mr. Meas-|
les crossly. He had come back a littlei
because he hud heard the others
talking to Peter Goblin and -hej
thought perhaps Peter hud given in.
Of course he had never known
him to, hut he might—-one Could never
“I thought M teld you to stnrt off,"
said Peter GohUn. “Now I won’t
put up with nay mare of this non-
sense. Be off—all of you. Be off,
-» “You promised to talk to us," said
Mr. Measles. “You will, won’t you?"
“But we’d rather have a Uttle chat
with a child first,” said Mr. Mumps.
“Maybe you would like to," said Pe-
ter Goblin, “but you're not going to.
And so, one, two, three—go! Everyone
of yon. I'll follow along.”
“Now, what Is the use,” Mr.
Mumps muttered, “of being able to
make gome folks fat when one Isn't
given the chance?”
‘ “You don't waiit to ninth them fat
and welt,” said Peter Goblin.
They had all wandered quite fay
away from the children und so Peter
Goblin felt they were safe. He woul
get many of his gobllna-rigid to woi
to keep an eye on them, for goblins
cannot get measles, mumps, chicken
“Yes, I make them fat,” said Mr.
Mumps. “I never bother about more
than their cheeks. They grumble so
after I’ve made them fat that I get
^ “flood thing you do," snld Peter
Goblin. “You’re certainly mean
Mr. Mumps knew Peter was right,
so didn't say another word. Mr. Meas-
les spoke next.
“We wanted to have you talk to
us," said Mr. Measles, “because we
cannot understand you."
“Why not?" asked Peter Goblin. "I
try to protect the children from get-
ting measles, mumps, chicken pox and
croup. Of course they have to help
me by trying to keep as well and
strong as they can so us to escape
you. Whenaver one of you gets past
us, how badly we do feel. You often
do, but we try our best to keep you
om. We cuu’t
keep y’ou out en-
tirely but we cao
"And then good,
kind doctors drive
“We hate doc-
tors,” said Mr.
Mrs. Croup, “we
them so much,
because we give
them a lot of
trouble, and we
love to give trou-
do,” said Master
"Hut,” said Mr. Measles, “people say,
‘Oh, don’t catch the measles. And be
enreful not to catch the mumps. Don’t
go near anyone with chicken pox or
you might catch It.’
“Now, to catch a thing," continued
Mr. Measles, “means to chase after It
or try to get it In some way. If they
don’t like us why do they talk about
cntching measles? They say 'Be care-
ful not to catch Mr. Mumps.* It’s very
silly, for it they reully don’t Uke us,
they should sny, ‘Don’t let Mr. Mumps
ditch you.’ ’’
“It’* rather an nhsurd expression,"
admitted Peter Goblin, “list stay away
from children nud talk ubout it for a
good long while, Thiit’B Wtett you mast
, ss>. .
Cause *f the Flo*d.
“Edwin,” said tlm Sunday school
teacher, “can you tell wo what caused
“Ye*, ma’am,” answered the Uttle
ifeUfiff. ”lt robjaL'
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"THE MAN TRAP’
IT’8 A BLOG BIRD
BIO V COMEDY
WM. FOX ATTRACTION
A NEW FOV SUNSHINE
taw* s«-», •• -
a- iv -•* — Wj
(j W 1
crank. Whose is
it? Come get it.
White Implement Co.
.................... ImI .11
C*f. Oinsion mi Border Streets
HOT and COLD WATER ; free
Showers and Tub Baths for
Guest*. Diming Service and Meals
Trusissrts Sto a ffight
BOARD—90.00 A WEEK
Courteous Treatment to All
• . 1
and can be eaten on
For Sale By
S. W. Livingston
Fresh Salt Water
Every Tuesday »nd Friday
PHONE No. V
McDonald and Felchcr Cafe
G. M. REED
Contractor and Builder
SCVEtML YEARS EXPERIENCE
610 Border Street Orange, Teas*
JL E. Hogg & Bowles
Plans and Estimates oe el
f. S. Bex 532
Wadp Ihebetkbt taunt at tho moat rea-
sonable prices. No job too btv a* too
small for us. Batbeetw cheerfully tur-
uishad. Give me jeer nest Job.
W. 1 PARKER, Contractor
Phone Uti Omasa. iTexee- Room No. 1
W. L Douglas Shoes
In All Leathers
$4.00, $4.50, $5 to $6.00
THE WHITE DOUSE 1
frost Street, Oraag*
M. R. Worde n-Oirange Rep.
pey cash on delivery
aiii .................—...... '
ADS LEADER WANT ADS
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Gate City Oil Co.
PETROLEUM AND BY-PRODUCTS
High-grade Lubricating Oils,
Compound*, Axle and
White Aw Meter OR tote Cthr A
Phene 871—Works and Office
The Orange Laundry
A OTTO TOPS AN D S t" A ' ... -) V t v_v ■ .
# , t • A04 . Ah a CO.
_ . l m_»-.lit. - Ha
B0ESTKE REST VH tKLEAST MONEY
\m-mM*m*rnA Plum. US
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