The Orange Daily Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 9, No. 256, Ed. 1 Friday, November 2, 1923 Page: 2 of 8
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tlio homo of Mr*. J. W. Holton qo ,))mo (
iiia yrogram M
Utt night and inutead of
•peaking on thr “Unpardonable Sin’
mt'-- ''&*"*■ another subject, upon which he
delivered a stirring sermon. There
small crowd that braved weather
to be present.
Rev. Garrison will preach
ibsrding the Ports of Hell”,
in which ho will point the way of
religion in fighting the present dsy
evils. Hev. Garrison la s speaker of
much force and delivers his sermons
straight from the shoulder, railing
an ate an ace and a spade a spade.
His sermon tonight promises to be
one of the beet yet delivered during
the' Services, wjiieb hove drown large
ly will be a special day in
Baptist church and the re-
The. Leader ip an article
Thursday's issue stated that it
unlawful to hunt ducks in Louisiana
until November 15.' This was incor-
rect, and should have read it is un-
lawful to shoot quail in Louisiana
until after November 15. The dock
season In that state opened No-
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_ V IHAYKK MEET.
Hn Women’s Missionary society
of the Piisi Methodist church mot in
the basement of the church yea ter-
dgy afternoon for a business meet-
ing st 8:30 o'clock, Mrs. George In-
Reports were hoard from the vari-
ous officers, the treasurer reported
one hundred nad sixty-four dollars
and forty-seben cents paid on the
new church fund note last month
and a balance of nineteen hundred
and sixty yet to be paid,
- A committee composed of Mrs. J.
M. Mct’orquodale, Mrs. A. M. H.
Stark and Mrs. George Call was ap-
pointed ’ to assist the stewards to
collecting the conference expenses 4»f
the church which are greatly ■h.'nr-
A nominating committee
Bate officers for the new year was
also appointed as follows: Mrs. D,
A. (Hidden, Mrs. J. W. Gray, Mrs.
A.^M. H. Stark, Mrs. G. A. Ingram
and Mrs. M. A. Watson The elec-
tion will be.belli next Thursday.
Mrs. Joiner conducted the devo-
tional exercises and several papers
were read on mission schools.
It was decided that the society
hold an all day meeting next Thurs-
day for their “Week of Prayer”
program instead of meeting every
day during the week. Mrs. W. L.
Joiner will lead the morning pro-
ROBS CALOMEL OF
NAUSEA AND DANGER
Medicinal Virtues Retained and Im-
proved—Dangerous and Sickening
Qualities Removed. Perfected
Tablet Called “Calotaba.”
The latest triumph of modern
science is a "de-naueeated" calomel
tablet known to the drag trade as
“Calotabs.” Calomel, the moot gen- masic.
entity useful of all medicines thus
enters upon n wider field of popu-
larity,—purified and refined from
those objectionable qualities wihch
have heretofore limited ita use.
Ip biliousness, constipation, head-
nod indigestion, and In a
variety of liver, stomach and
y troubles calomel was the
most successful remedy, but its use
was often neglected on account of
Its sickening qualities. Now it is
the easiest and moat pleasant of
medicines to taka. One Calotab at
bedtime with a swallow of water,—
that's all. No taste, no griping, no
salts. A good night’s
the next morning you are
with n clean liver, a
purified system and n big appetite.
what you please.. No dangsr.
for the Urge, family package;
ten centa for the small, trial alia.
Your druggist la authorised to re-
fund the price as u guarantee that
you will be thoroughly delighted
with Calotabs.— (Adv.)
gram and Mrs. J. W. Gray tbe even-
The Methodist batSar will be held
on December «th, 7th and 8th,
Thursday, Friday and Saturday, It
the Orangcfleld road nod had a short
business session followed by a prayer
service for the revival. Mr*. J. M
RH. Kit NEST
Its Y. W.
conducted the lesson from the book
of Miesb. She wns assisted by Mias
“ as Scott and Mrs. J. E. Johnson
tea and coffee and tho ladies cn
Joyed a socUl hour.
The Thursday IMble class met yes
terday afternoon In tho* Presbyterian*
church and studied Numbers. Mrs.
L. J. Battc, Mrs. Huhon and Mrs.
Lucy Starks were received as new
Following tbe mooting the ladles
gave Miss Gertie Chaptnun a (lower
shower as it was her birthday.
J YOUTHS GIVEl^
(Continued from page 1) ^
WOMAN'S CLUB MEETS
TOMORROW TOR PROGRAM.
There will be a general meeting
of the Women’s club tomorrow af-
ternoon, at the clul| hou8c^beg|nn|"g trac^aadjori^r^t^atpy tftqre
of the club will attend and the
iflusie department will furnish tho
program which will be on Indian
The Camp Fire girls have been in-
vited to come at 3:30 and hear the
OIULL TO nlSOOXTlNl'K
RALE OF CHRISTMAS BEAU*.
At a business meeting of the St.
Paul’s Episcopal Guild yesterday af-
ternoon at the home of Mrs. John
S. Lots, it was decided that after
the orders on hand had been filled
They choked me when I screamed
“I think they took turns beating
me,’’ Westbrook said. “When they
finally quit I was so weak I couldn’t
walk for several minutes
The victim told police the doggers
asked him if he supported his wife
and child with whom he is not liv-
ing. Westbrook told them that he
did, and that “it was no one’s busi
ness whether be lived with them as
long as he supported them.”
Before the whipping one of the
men accused him of having beaten
a woman, which Westbrook denied
vigorously. Westbrook after the se-
vere flogging was unbound from the
______ said he
walked twelve blocka through s cold
rain to the car lino, and returned
Wcatbrook said he did not know
what happened to Johnson. He do-
dared he could Identify at lout .two
of the men, and expressed the be-
lief that the second automobile car-
ried at least six more men.
"They certainly got the wrong
man,’’ Westbrook told newspaper re-
porters tbis morning.
DALLAS, Tex., Nov. 2‘.—Members
of the Ku Klux Klan ‘were not im
that the Guild should discontinue | plicated in any way in kidnapping
the sale of Christmas tags, cards! here last night of Joe Westbrook
10 ‘ — "-,J ----’ and Lauren Johnson, and tbe subse-
quent flogging of Westbrook in *
lonely spot in Trinity river bottoms
near the city, J. D. Van Winkle, ex-
and seals. Mrs. Win. Reid, presi-
dent, presided over tbe business ses-
Following the business Rev. W. E.
Phillips, the rector, taught the les-
son from the first half of the 5th
Chapter of St. Mathew, a part of
the sermon on the mount.
Mrs. Lots served ’a salad* course
with hot tea.
BAPTIST CIRCLE 8
HOLDS PRAYER MEETING.
Circle 3 of tho First Baptist
church met yesterday afternoon at
sited Cyclops of the Dallas klan, de-
clared here today.
Van Winkle added that the Klan
would gladly a|d, in an Investigation lr
Of the' affair.
District Attorney Shelby C’ox to-
day offered a reward of $100 for in-
formation leading to arrest and con-
viction of members of last night's
whipping party. *
Sheriff Dan Harson at the same
i Phone No. 2 or 557
FOR EXTRA SELECT OYSTERS
Van Camps Chili Con Carne.............12c
dice Hotel Preserved Split Figs...........18c
16-oz. Glass Apple Jelly...............—24c
25c size O. B. Preserves....... 18c
1-pound can Sunset Coffee....... ........38c
3-pound can Sunset Coffee....... ......$1.12
18-ounce Rosedale Tomato Catsup........20c
1 pound our special blend (high grade)
Coffee .............. 34c
g Shipment of Barrel Sweet Mixed, Sour, and Dill
Pickles. Barrel Sauer Kraut, Smoked Bloaters.
Salt and Boneless and Skinless Herring. Salt Mack-
erel. Boneless Codfish. Fresh Buckwneat and
Whole Wheat Fkmr.
„_i offered a reward of $800.
A sweeping invetrtifutlon h«a been
ordered by police.
Johnson told newspaper men th
mofnlng that ho waa not flogged, b
oat guarded by two'*men in n ‘
tomobllo , while Westbrook
They told mo they wore not going
to boat me like they did Westbrook,
but warned me not to be soon with
“They told Wcatbrook they would
give him until 2 o’clock this after-
noon to get out of town.55 Johnson
He said tho men drove him buck
to tho city and let him out of the
car Ina residential section with a
warning to keep out of Wostbrook’s
Wcatbrook denied any knnwlrdgo
of altercation at tbe fair grounds
Wednesday night of last week—
Klan day—when a Klnnswonmu was
sold to have been kicked by a mau.
Westbrook said a police officer had
isked him if he had “kicked a
Klanswoman" at the klan ceremony
"I certainly was not the man,
and I know the woman who wua re-
ported to have been kicked told tho
officers I wns not the one.”
Wheat Growers Launch
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2
„________ To “Place
Price Tag On Wheat”
launched its campaign “to place
a price tag on wheat.*
According to Wm. J. Brown, the
conference of wheat growers here
U a coopera-
i 16 status,
of his commodities,
i situation the organ!
to remedy," llrow«
“The day is coming shortly when
everything on tho furm will bo aold
couldn’t thread a neodlo oneo.
a* ' •"
roe that rreHMa
Use Blue Star Remedy for
Itch, Tetter or Cracked Hands, Bing
Worms, Chapped Face, Poison Oak,
Sunburns, Old Sore* or Sons on Chll-
drer- 11 relieves all formsof Sora f
For sale by Orange 1
Ford Say* Too Much
Social Stuff Put*
End To U. S. Prc*ident*
TORONTO, Ont., Nob. 2.—Boose
is the most Important problem in Iho.
United States today, Henry Ford
told newspaper men hero.
He announced that tbe Ford in-
dustries would Bpend ten million
dollars on expansion throughout
Canada during the. coming year.
Asked if he thought he presi-
dent of tho United States should bo
relieved of some of his lesser duties,
“Not at all. Pile everything on
him that you can. Hard Work never
hurt any man. It wasn’t work that
killed President Harding or finished
Wilson. It was too much banquet
ing—too much social stuff.
Ford prophesied that the motpr
car Industry is only starting uud de-
“We arc even driving steam off
tho railways,” and added, "The St.
Lawrence waterway is another great
project which I favor."
She Thinks Bonar Law is a new
She thinks a flying tackle is some
kind of trout bait..
LEAVES YOU FOREVER
Every druggist in this county is
authorized to say to every rheumatic
suferer that if a full pint bottle of
Allenrhu, the sure conquerer of
rheumatism, does not show the way
to stop the agony, reduce swollen
Joints and do away with even the
slightest twinge of rheumatic pain,
he will gladly return your money
Allenrbu has been tried and tested
for years, and really marvelous re-
sults have been accomplished In the
most severe cases where the suffer-
ing and agony was intense and pit-
eous and where the patient was
Mr. James H. Allen, the discover-
er of Allenrhu, who for many years
suffered the torments of acute
rheumatism, desires all sufferers to
know that he does not want a cent
of anyone’s money unless Allenrhu
decisively conquera this worst of all
diseases, and be has Instructed drug-
gists to guarantee It as above in
every Instance. Any good druggist
can supply you.—Adv.
1st poor North New Orange Na»l
BUYING A* BABY A*
a a a
Easy on To*
Sugar, 10 pounds for .....................95c
Rice Hotel Pork and Beans, No. 2...........9c
Raisins, 15-oz. packages...................He
Pie Peaches, No. 2 cans..................10c
O. B. Preserves, 16-oz. jars................30c
Hominy, No. 2 cans......................07c
Tidal Wave Flour, 24-lb. sack ............90c
Dry Salt Bacon, pound....................17c
Sliced Ham, pound ...... 40c
Country Smoked Sausage, 5 pounds......$1.00
Large Red Apples, dozen.................20c
Large Red Apples, bushel...............$1.90
Home grown Snap Beans, pound.......12V2C
Nice large Spuds, pound..................2l/2c
Nice Yellow Yam Sweet Potatoes, pound .2V2C
We have fresh Mustard, Turnips, Beets, squash,
Peas, Tomatoes, Couliflower, Lettuce, Celery,
Sweet Peppers, Cabbage, Carrotts, Spanish
Onions, Fresh Fruit of all lands.
Special today, all Cookies, dozen..........15c
Prompt attention given to all special orders for
parties and banquets.
A B C BAKERY
SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY
1-lb. Calumet Baking Powder . .25c
No. 2 can Tomatoes............10c
10 lbs. Sweet Potatoes..........25c
2 lbs. Pink Beans...............25c
• it *'4' •
2 lbs. Navy Beans..............25c
■ Dozen —
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The Orange Daily Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 9, No. 256, Ed. 1 Friday, November 2, 1923, newspaper, November 2, 1923; Orange, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth564872/m1/2/: accessed May 24, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lamar State College – Orange.