The Orange Daily Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 17, No. 205, Ed. 1 Saturday, August 27, 1921 Page: 2 of 4
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K. C. Connelly. publUher: M. Allen
BMMglnf editor; J. S. McBeeth.
>nt»r«d m the Orum Texas. poetofOoe
m eeooad-oUae neuter.
Member United Press Associations.
M»aR»tloi rates: One month id cents,
one year It.
Years. It seems n pity lhat thh
should not continue their reunions
so long hh there are tro bent old
men to represent the thousands who
are gone. And how heroic the last
warrior would be to the people of
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Orange, Texas, Saturday, Aug. 37,
ON THE SPUR OF THE
-.By Roy K. Moulton-#-
A LITTLE SLICE O’
Every once in a while
1 read in the papers
That everything is coining down
In price very rapidly.
One week they will be down
Thirty per cent, and next week
Perhaps twenty per cent.
And 1 have seen ‘
Where they have been down
Forty per cent.
The statisticians always
Live the percentage of reduction.
It seems to be quite a fad
TO LOOK BACK 10,000 YEARS
With the granting ot official pci ‘ j w itli these ligure sharks
wind on investigators are to begin'tell the exact percentage,
excavations on the site of the Biblt-: And they sometimes get it
cal city Beth-Shan in Palestine. The ji, tractions, to be exact,
work is to be carried on under the1 uut | uni SOrry to say
curator of the Egyptian section of | Thai the gentlemen with whom
the museum of ithe University of j j do business don’t seenr
Pennsylvania. [To read ncawpapers, -
Beth Shall is one of the most im• or, if tliey do, *
portant of historic cities. It is in! They don't seem lo believe
the valley of the Jezreel. just west wtiat the satisticians say.
of the Jordan and not far south ot : i, prices have gone dowy forty per
the Sea of Galilee. At various tinm-! ceui.
it has beeu the scene of battles, be- (,r , vt cent.,
cause it was the strategic point of These birds haven’t
vantage of any military leader m Heard about it as yet.
olden times who might aspire to, * * »
world domination. Most of lie, The man who lias got up a list of
builders of ancient empires sought eomuiandmeuts for his wife to obey
at ope lime or another to conquer ;a he,-0 .but he has poor judgment.
Beth Shan. Among foreign itr. r * * *
tiers Greeks, Homans and Aral's m, Candy manufacturer says it is the
turn have held it. p; ice of nutit that keeps candy so
Aside from ilts signiljcancft as the! high, but looking aboiH us, we are
scene of many battles Belli Shan of -j inclined to believe that nuts are uu-
ins inducements to the investigator us-ually plentiful this year,
afforded nowhere else in such abun » * *
dance, it is fairly certain that here; ISN'T IT THE Tit'VTH?
are lodged the relies ot eev en and | Tile minimum iu “little” theg-
peibaps even nine distinct civiliza l(ls j,ag bcpn reached, it would ap-
tions. Beth Shan, it seems, comes; p,.aJ- Yet no matter liow small they
in 1..... ‘.......' • p
lay el s, each succeeding city iIF make ’em, the manager of ’em can
turn buiii on the ruins ot the old.jdiaw audiences still smaller.
When, successive wages of invasion! Walter Pulitzer,
swept over it (hereCame to be rear, j . » * »
ed m tune a new Beth Shan on the! ,|i<> Uon’t serve those cute little
ltiuis ot the old ! quill toothpicks ill dining cars any
1 he uliis winch will be In ought j mun. Well, toothpicks do seem sort
tf• 11r.111 (111(mi^fi tfidv c\cii\ii11**!! will u| ji^iish in «i diner
tell a unique story ot progress of » * *
earl: days covering a period of uinrej.toME FACTS WORTH KNOWING
Doed Reoords of Orange County, Tex-
as. Also all that certain piece. Ira cl
ur parcel of lutid situated iu the City
a! Orange, and State of Texas, a part
of the Nathan Cordrey Headlight
Survey, and more particularly'do-
soribed as being Not. No. four (4) In
Block No. fifty-six (66), according to
the map of record In Book “K" page
47, in the Deed Records, of Orange]
County, Texas, uud which is known
and described as Lots No. Four (1)
and No. (5) on the map commonly j
used by Hart and Shelters and Link
and Hein, and being (lie same prop )
erty convoyed to J. H. Peveto, by J.
W. Link, and Chas. M. Hein, by deed!
dated August 16th, 1904, recorded in
Vol. 21. on page 115 of (he Deed
Records of Orange County, Texas.
And all of said property being the
same land conveyed to Joe Lucas by
A. G. Pearce by deed dated the 8th
day of April, A. D. 1915, and record-
ed In Vol. 21, page 293, of the Deed
Records of Orange County, Texas.
And on the 6th day of September,
A. D. 1921, being the first Tuesday of
said month, between the hours of 10
o’clock a. m. and 4 o’clock p. in.
on said day at the Court House door
of said County I will offer for sale
and sell at public auction for cash all
the right, title^and Interest of the
said C. W. Gorin, to said property.
Dated at Orange, Texas, Ibis the
15th day of August, A. D. 1921.
J. W. HELTON,
Sheriff Orange County, Texas.
Rv J. E. FOYLE. Deputy.
A BUSINESS EOUGJ
Waco, T* j
The High GrnHrl
iiig. Khortli "1
writing. T> l<|
chines, Cm V:f
ances Ttiuclit J
■> amt |
1 u,onii years.
FORMER KAISERS POVERTY.
One might pity ihP sorrows of
t Compiled by Our Pet Scientist.) j
It ns much more difficult to row j
.i boat lip Niagara Fulls than to I
low one down them.
By J. W.
pooi old man il it were other than' Sharks seldom pursue their vic-
tim ioimer emperor of Germany, j tin’s up into the woods unless Ihey
Hr avers that lie has barely enough aIP very hungry,
imonie on which lo live and la j Pike's Peak is always covered
incuts thai lor 100 German marks! with snow, but you never hear Pike
he' receives in exchange but tour]speak about it.' •*
Dut( h guilders, worth 40 cents each- The fur of the Australian woofus
iu rllom‘>- | is the rarest fur in the world be-
While we have no pity for thejeause there is no such ainmal.
Hohenzollern because his presenti| The first glass cutter was invent*
i end".on ,s far better than he de- ,.d in lgll[ and by 1907 lhey had
.serves without doubt the stink of! succeeded in inventing
bis (alien estate has penetrated his would cut glass,
soul He has life but no longer has]
he pow er. He may have a few sveo-1
phantic followers still about him!mucU larger than at pr'esent.
*'!" b- no longer hears the "hochs”| U ukt8 four miUlon yeall. l0
-I the crowd. He iH not heroic in j build a coral reef, and it isn’t good
.Mle because (here never was any- [or anything after il is built,
tbmg heroic about his character. He I The best way to clean a kitchen
was,a seventeenth century monarch | *lnk i8 with a scrubbing brush and
in the twentieth century. His:t0ap and water f
swashbuckling is ended, though, de-j u a train of four hundred freight
seue h.s complaints of poverty, he car, sh(,uld run ofr ,he bridge tt,
- G.s .y beuer off ,n possessions. s, Louis Friday morning at 10
'•'■ail runny.nine - hundredths of!
those he once ruled.
R ii Hie contrast only that makes
him poor and that is the punish
'lnent he is getting. There was a
demand for his lif.e We believe
H at he is being punished more we-j m am
.vtrely than were he ext-cuted. His. town councfl of a small com-
i» a c -nditi-jc that will caus.- no j munity met to inspect the site for a
Financial and Busine Survey
Thai recovery from the present are declining and, generally speak.
TODAY’S HEALT 11 HI NT.
if you're subject to sunstroke,
btuy on the shady uide of the street.
In New York t’other day a big
buck escaped from the zoo and Fifth
avenue joined in a deer chase. Or-
dinarily, Fifth avenuers spend most
ot their time in a dear chase.
Profiteering has been made a
crime in Cuba. In this country it is
Jf the Rocky mountains were roll-'a short cut to prominence.
e<J out flat this country would be
“Hart Plays Roltstof the Good Bad
Man,” gushes a headline in the
Beaumont Journal. How excruciat-
ingly odd and original! Next thing
we know, Charley Chaplin will be
playing a comedy role.
o’clock and plunge into the river it
I would be quite a wreck.
The fellow who eloped with Fred
Bundy’s wife, from Galveston, was
about the nerviest cuss we’ve heard
of since that Dallas mar) borrowed
51000 from another Dallas man to
elope with the latter's wife.
THE THIN tiltu FINE.
Announcement from Savannah,
Ca., that if the Confederate states'
veterans hold a reunion in 1923 in
that city, R will be the last gather-
ing of file men. now- dwindled to a
“thin gray line," who fought with
Lee and Jackson and Lon gut reel, has
u touch of the pathetic. The “thin
blue Rue’’ is seen in public soiue-
" h< re each year. but l he relative
numerical weakness of the men who
wore the gray is against their!1118
chance io imitate In public gather
Rigs. There will be no reunion this
year, which seems to be interpreted
as meaning that it the gray old vet-
erans are brought together again it
will be for the Iasi time.
The men who wore the gray in
that bitter strife which drenched
the south with blood and filled the
hearts Of the people with bitterness
are historic figures, with the men
who wore (he blue. The active gen-
eration knows of them
cemetery. They assembled at a
chapel, and as It was a warm! day
they decided to leave their coats
“Some one can stay behind and
watch them,” suggested one of the
members of the council.
“What for?” demanded an oilier
member. "If we are all going oat
together, what need is there for* any-
one to watch the clothes?”
Not onl> did the Galvestonian
take Bundy's wife but he also took
Bundy's name and was registered an
Fred Bundy when the Kansas City
cops pinched him.
piopriafely misquotes Shakespeare;
"He who uteals my wife" and all o’
industrial depression in this coun-
try will be gradual has become Hie
generally accepted belief, says The
Guaranty Survey, issued by the
Guaranty Trust company of New
York. There is no reason to expect
ing, the revision has been effected
without extraordinary resistance on j
the part of the workers.
The evidence that recently retail I
prices have declined more rapidly
that a period of business activtt) ' tban wholesale, ioiuts lo the prob-
com pa table in intesnuity to that
which ended in 1920 is approaching
— it declares. Recognition of the
factors which make revival slow
and difficult and of the incomplete
ness of the readjustment hitherto
effected is consistent, however, with
the further recognition of evidences
that the bases for renewed business
activity are being progressively
otrengthened and expanded, it be-
Accumulated stocks of goods are
being depleted by current constump-
tion. Retail transactions, as re-
ported by representative establish-
ments, continue to disclose a vol-
ume of turnover approximately
equaling, and in many cases sur-
passing, that of a year ago. The
immediate effect iu a reduction in
storks of goods carried over from
the period when rising prices in-
duced an excessive accumulation" in
the hands of distributors. On gen
ability that the completion of the
necessary wuge readjustments will i
be hastened, with consequent encour-!
agement in production.
The increased activity in a num-
ber of industries, in some cases hav-
ing been sustained for several
months, has inspired in large part
the greater confidence now being
expressed in the general bufiiness
Readjustment has proceeded so
lar in many branches o£ industry]
whose activities lie nearest the
consumer that already substantial
recovery front depression has been
realized, while iu others production
representing earlier stages in the
provision of goods for constumption
has continued to decline, pending i
Hie completion ol the process of R-J
quidation. What is to be exeeted is!
a gradual transition here and there
Dame Fashion has decreed
that the Oxford be the premier
of frames for Milady. •
■••We have the Oxford in all
colors of gold at prices to suit
Bring your old glasses to us
and let us place your lenses in
this stylish frame.
JEWELER AND OPTICIAN
.... WE TEACH BY MAIL
Open All the Year
BookkftCplnf?, Shorthand, T«jpch Typewrit#
InK. Penmanship, Hu a I fiefs ArithmHtc,
Knfftish «nd Business letter Writing
Let Us Repair thejf
Favorite Pipe of
If your pipe
broken or is
in need of
repai rs in
send it to us.
Lewis. Cigar Store
Capitol & Fannin St Houston, Tx.
ley of hand-to-mouth buying re-
cently, preferring, owing principally
to uncertainty regarding the future
The continuing improvement in the
tt clinical position of the banks
The champion optimist is the
of prices, to refrain from the cus-l'*11 countij is also providing a nec
of a season's re.leBSar> basis tor a general upturn in
Fred might ap-1 tomary purchase
quirernent" in advance. The reflec-
tion of this policy is seen in the ab
senec of shortage of orders placet!
with primary and intermediate pro-
ducers. Meanwhile, the absorption
bird .who believes, when he gets an jby consumers of the carry-over ot
open-faced letter that it contains &1 stocks is providing a necessary ba-
(sis for renewed production.
In some casiu, 'increased wiUing-
A country clergyman was preach-
on the obscure point in an or-
iginal and striking manner. He
concluded by saying: "This Is en-
tirely my own view. Commenta-
tor* do not agree with me.
If llergdoll should make it to
Milwaukee without being arrested,
he could then be elected to congres.':
and thus might escape serving bin
sentence for dodging the draft.
that ode of the parishioners wished
to see him. Going into his study
he was greeted with cordiality by
one of his sidemen, who happened
to be a market gardcuer.
"Morning, sir," beamed the caller.
'Heard you say yesterday as common
mainly | talers didn’t agree with you. bo I’ve
through the leading of history. The. brought a sack of my best,
jjjgmi IKjtld line which today is alii ,
that Is left of the galian l hi,its
that went Into battle behind Lee
and ”OJd Jack” give (lie world a
perfect picture of the strength <>f|h(,art of
Denunciation of the Ku Klux Klan
by that Chicago negro paper is a I
most as big a boost for the “Inv.i*
Ible Empire” as would have been a
The ncxl morning he was informed speech against It by Senator La Fol-
lette or Senator Heed.
It really Isn’l necessary for a map
to tell a pretty woman she is
pretty. She knows it better than
anybody else. However, it ig a good
way to convince her you have goffit'
taste and excellent judgment.
human character urged by motives|
A short sighted old gentleman, go-
ing into one of our large towns for
the first time, and coming from the
the country, seeing a man
went to him and said;
Men never fought more bravely.! Mjr raan tor whom do y°u d,«
with more desperation, wltf^ l^],h^_,fa*n^^*™v^“
selfishness, than the Veterans of lie* I flut th* man took nn nottc<*
son and Longstiwet. Had ho remarked again:
light more of themselves and
he impulse** that urged them
Hut gallant gray army
”My men, for whom do you dig this
long and narrow grave ’* '
“Go on you silly old fossil!’’ said
the workman. I’m only laying gas
One night recently, after a long
drouth and when it Seemed to him
perfectly safe, our toper friend ate
some cherry Ice cream*—the find
confection he had tasted since boy-
hood. “Helsbels!” his outraged
tummy yelled at him. “iisteV Mm
good old cherry, but.where! in the
world-did you put the Manhattan]
cocktail that goes with it?”
ness on the part of distributors to
tuuke commitments for future de-
livery is reported. But the other
practice, purchasing for spot deliv-
ery, has not yet been generally sup-
planted. It is quite clear that Hie
hesitancy of distributors in placing
advance orders is based on the ex-
pectation that priced will recede
' The slackened rate of decline in
general wholesale prices in
weeks and the Increases
prices have encouraged the belief,
expressed in many quarters, that
relative stabilization of prices is
about to be effected. This expecta-
tion may prove premature, but thorn
call be no doubt that ono result of
such;, confidence in the future of
prices is a utrcngtliening of the fac-
tors tending to effect, the looked-for
halt in their recession.
The readjustment of production
costs hae been retarded by the fact
that, wages have declined less nui-
id I y, 11 rail* w h o I esa t e prices. The irfg-^
-NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL
The Htates of Texas, "County of Or-
Joe Lucas. Plaintiff,
. 0. W. Gorin, Doc fad an t,
\ No. 4366.
lu,i!}e district Court of Orange Corn--
Whereas by virtue of an order
of sale issued out. of the Bistiict
Court of Orange County, Texas, on a
judgment rendered in said Court on
Hie 26th day of April A. D. 1921, in
favor of tho said Joe Lucas, und
against tho said C. W„ Gorin, num-
ber 4366 on the. docket of said Court.
recent ! did on the 15th day of Aug. A. D.
n souk J321, at it o’clock a. in. levy upon
Three Ct) in Block No. fifty-sl^ (561
front Ing;flftjr feet on Pine street and
*11#^*of wage revisions is character^ |‘«mnln*. North to tho valley of tho
latte of’periods of falling priceu. It Atnettdfpf Sheldon Survey; of the City
Is occasioned In some part by the
corresponding failure of retail prices
promptly to follow wholesale price*
Good news, customers! Septem
ber sopu jrtil be here and then In jin the downward revision. Th epet-
CUs 3am/Wt>!l permit you to pay an-, sistence of high costs of living pre-
other installment of your Income! vents a prompter readjustment of
; wage scales. ‘
Hie following described tract, and
parcel of land situated in the County
of Orange, State of Texas, and be-
longing to the said C. W. Gorin, to-
"That certain tract or parcel of
land lying and being situated’in the
City and County of Orange, and State
of Texas), a pari of the Nathan Cor-
drey Headlight Survey, and bet
ter described as being Lot No.
of Orange, as per map-’there ’of tec
ords in Book ’’K" page 47*of (jic rec,
ords of Deeds ol) said Orange County
and being the same lot conveyed to
Jesse H. Peveto, by deed of date the
7th day of March, A. D. 1896. and
recorded in| Vol- 21, page 114, of the
RoadtUcr with starter................$5331
Touriiiy Car with starter .............$580/
Coupe with starter..................$798
Sedan with starter and D-M wheels.....$866.1
Ton trucks ........................$580.1
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Baker, M. Allen. The Orange Daily Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 17, No. 205, Ed. 1 Saturday, August 27, 1921, newspaper, August 27, 1921; Orange, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth572117/m1/2/: accessed December 19, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lamar State College – Orange.