The Orange Daily Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 17, No. 205, Ed. 1 Saturday, August 27, 1921 Page: 3 of 4
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Modern conveniences. Ring 735.
FOR KENT — A tight housekeeping
or b»>d room. Modern conveniences
— 912 Main St.
KOlt SALE — 1 baby cart, dresser,
washstand, sideboard. 3 iron bed&fc
cook stove, heater, and safe. 1109
Elm Street. 90S
old man ho round himself without
relatives to Inherit hie wealth, so he
established a trust fund to be used
in drawing closer together the Amer-
ican and Scandinavian peoples closer
in bonds of intellectual kinship, and
especially to give others the higher
education which he had missed. The
trust, is known as the Amerjcan-
Scandinavian Foundation with of-
fices at 2 West, 45th street. This
exchange of students will be the
largest in the 'world. The Rhodes
scholarship extends to more sttu-
dents but it is a one-way scholar-
ship and not an exchange.
FOR RENT — Furnished apartment
—modern conveniences. 1107 Main
street. Phone 213. 206
got it while it lashh
Spilt wood $2.5o per load; blocks
$8.50 per cord delivered anywhere In
Orange. Phone 733 J. Doll Sfcolt.
FOR RENT — Furnished apartment.
Modern conveniences. 1107 Main.
Phone 213, 206
>R SALE — 5-passengor Ford car.
Reasonable. J. E. Turpin. Phono
Atlantic Oil and Refining
Company to Drill at Qr-
FOR RENT-Rooms for light house*
keeping. 210 Border St. Phone
FOR SALE—Now Underwood type-
writer at a bargain. Never has been
used. Address Box 511, Orange.
An Elk's watch charm with
diamond — engraved, No.
■SI and initials H. J. O. Valued as
. gift. Howard for return to II. 'J.
New impetus is added to the al-
ready enthusiastic interest! In the
Orange oil field in the combination
of new forces in the way of strong
and substantial concerns.
Yesterday afterboon tho Atlantic
Oil and Refining company started
the work o£ surveying and making
u location for its flnst well la ihe
Orange field where the comyaay
bolds about 521-2 acre* of lands
Granger tracts adjacent lo the
MADE INTHE CUP
AT THE TABLE
WANTED—-An English teacher to
exchange lessons for Spanish with
a gentleman. Cull at Mexican con-
Measure the cost
by the cup—not by
the size of the can
arraa dvmg s*Dtt by sic* me#* ao years,
THEY VET JUST DISCOVERED THEY WERE BOTH
BORN ON THE SAME DAY, SAME MONTH
We do plain sewing and
812 Orange Ave.
A can of G. Washington’s Coffee is equivalent to ten times its weight in roasted
bean coffee! All the woody fibre, chaff and by-product matter — has been removed
by Mr. Washington’s refining process. You get all the goodness, all the delicious-
ness, all the flavor, and all the strength of absolutely pure coffee. Dissolves instantly.
No>«w»stu. Always delicious, healthful, economical. Recipe.booklet free. Send
I Oc for special trial size. __
Boy Bitten by Snake;
i But Snake Bites Ain’t
What They Used to be
MAN OR WOMAN
$36 full time, 75c an hour spare
time, selling guaranteed hosiery lo
wearer. Experience unnecessary. In-
ternational Hosiery Mills, Norris-
town, l’a. *
STOP THAT YtOHING
Use the reliable Blue Star Remedy
for all skin diseases and foot trou-
bles such as sore calloused feet, itch,
eczema, ringworm, poison oak, prick-
ly heat, old sores and sores on chil-
dren. Sold on a guarantee by all
"Doctor, brother’s been bitten by
a poison snake—a water moccasin
— and w edon’t know any place to
get any whiskey.”
Thus was a physician called to
the home of C. L. Stephens, 514
Market street, where Ihe little 14-
year-old boy had been bitten by u
poisonous suHkt. Steps weer taken
to save the boy’s life at once and lie
is expected Iq recover.
Dr. J. D. Yaten explains that the.
steps were non-alcoholic.
all depends on the production of
the Brownie Babette Oil company
No. 2 Peveto which came in flowing
about 2,000 barrels. The drilling
obligations are said lo be based on
a 200-barrel production for a peri-
od of 30 days.
The Atlautlc Oil and Refining
while devoting its aitentlon princi-
pally to tho refining end heretofore,
is known to be one of the oldest
and strongest branches of the Stan-'
dard OB company, wilh headquar-
ters at Atlanta, Georgia. The com-
pany owns 27 1-2 acrcu of the Joe
Granger and 20 acres of Ihe Johig
Chesson iracls underlease purchased
from W. C. Moore of Houston.
Carl Bancroft, managed for tlia
Cow Bayou Gil company, clqaed a
deal today awarding the contract!
for the construction of the first der-
rick for this company to C. T. Ed-
wards, of Beaumont.
The derrick will go up on tho
west side of Cow Bayou, 700 feet
last of the Humble Oil and Refin-
ing company No. 2 Winfree and
and about 300 feet south of the
Cow bayou bridge. This company
holds the entire channel of Cow
bayou under lease from the stalei of
Texas and lias permits from both
date and federal departments to
drill tor oil. The driving of piling
will he started within the next day
Twenty American students, in-!
eluding four women, will sail from
New-York this summer to enter col-1
leges in Sweden, Norway and Den-
mark, and a like number of Scandi-
navians will come to American col-
lege*, as a gift frmu Niels I’oulsou,
a Danish immigrant boy who won a
fortune in this country through his FOR RENT
own exertions. When lie became an * ing roo rat
ORIGINATED BY MR. WASHINGTON IN 1909
G. Washington Coffee Refining Co., 522 Fifth Avenue, New York City
New Lake Ave. Baptist Church
Beginning Sunday, August 28th, 11 a.
The Buick Creed
A Buick automobile must be so built that it will at
all times and under all circumstances, grve the owner un-
interrupted use of his invest incut.
or two for the derrick
be the first drilling ever done in a1
stream in Orange county.
The Sandy Creek Oil company I
will complete the work of erecting
the derrick for well No. 1 on the
Henry Stanton farm, near the con-
crete section of the upper Orange
and Beaumont, road this afternoon.
The derrick may be seen by joyrid-
ers as they glidg, over the concrete
road, the location being about half
a mile south of the road and a'bout
six miles from thin city. It Is un-
derstood that the drilling rig will
be moved to the derrick the first of
The Gulf Production coaiyauy
completed a fishing job in wel.1 No.
1 Chessfn this morning, maki. ; it
possible to proceed with the .ork
of milling out plugs in the bet torn
of the strainer where an effort was
made to develop, also to con. nue
drilling for the deep test.
The Thrift company was rii: ved
of troubles that had held up the
work for the past three or foui ’ayn
iaiit night when 1400 feet ol trill
stem was released and pulled mi of
This well ia down t > a
Every Buick owner is entitled to, and will receive,
prompt and efficient service — the kind that will insure
him the motoring pleasure he expects.
Buick reputation, so pre-eminently firm and fair, was
not won by chance, but is duo to the policy established
with the production of the first Buick car so consistently
adhered to ever since -— that of giving the owner tho
maximum of servico for the minimum of cost.
SERMON KITE SUHJEOT&
TEN .MINUTE SERMONETT’ES.
Ten soul-stirring sermonettes ol
ten minutes each gleaned from
some of the wonderful dernou-
Sunduy School Revival.
atrations of God s matchless pow-
er in Rev. Carter's evangelistic ana
pastoral experiences will be deliv-
ered during the meeting — one
each day just preceding the regu-
lar sermon — tor the encourage-
ment and beuelil of tho young
people. You can’t afford to miss
these rich evangelistic gems. -
Red Light District Revival
No matter what its price, a Buick car must and will
give the maximum of that service for which it was in-
tended, and must bear its proportion of the responsibility
of maintaining that high prestige which Buick cars have
Cliuiuy Ron at'
f. m. carter,
Jio Carter is remitnt m |,e a \<tv sm'ri.soui mine' ■ i ' ■ ii u- I'.v-im uud
tomes I" m for tins senes ol timelines verv big hi) n t mu im-mPd b) those highest
ami Christian service in the Baptist dcuomiiiHlton ol Arkausu. not only us a m
Christian gentleman —a consecrated servant ot God uud ’the people, with me true
uud a passion for lost souls.
Rev. Carter says there's u social, us well as a Kp.utuat side to Ch
fore, a strong advocate of that feature of the Christian His. A business
first us editor and Publisher of a newspaper, and next us a merchant
ministry, prepared him and enables him lo realize the imccs.-it)
uul. He, therefore, enjoys tho association of business men, as
There w ill be two regular services each da), and ihe hour lor each ol these s'
decided upon and announced at the morning ami cutting
All pastors and congregations of the city — all Christians, in fact, I
ation, and in love and fellowship with Jesus Christ, am v ery cordially
Bo join, heartily, with us in this soulwinning campaign, ami thus si
end. "United, we stand divided, we fall.” trf> e i'saltug 133:1. i
Rev. Carter is specially fond of the young folks, and believes that, special attention should
be given them, for many reasons. I IT*'desires, especially . i lie presence of the young people, at every
servico, He's exceedingly anxious tlia.t Hi young poplo ot all classes hear every number of the ,19s
minute sermonettes, as well as the sermons, ptoprr, and all unsaved people, of uJl ages, are urged,
as well as most cordially invited, to uiiriiil all these sono, us tins campaign is put on for their
special benefit, it’s the earnest desire and daily prayer oil this church and pastier that this m*y
prove to be a real God-sent soul-saving and church-building campaign for tho entire city of Orange.
.-■--------■------------- PUBLICITY COMMITTEE.
tiunitj, and he is, thero-
jii-rieiice ot several years
prior to entering the
of being sociable, us well ag Spil'it-
well as oilier classes.
rvices will be
services of the first day of the meeting.
friendly to the Baptist deuomitt-
v invited and earnestly requested
hare the reward.) with us ill the
depth of nearly 2,900 feet who. s in-
teresting formations have bee,, en-
The Orange retroleum company
lias drilled to the depth of lh' old
hole in No. 2 Winfree throuy i a
sidetrack und it is thought wi , be
in position to set screen by Sun lay.
One hundred feet of screen or* red
ten days ago is on hand and . ady
A tint of the Humble No. 1 KUht-
tho selling of
Lang may follow
screen iu Orange Petroleum f o. 3
Reports are current that come
very important deals in oil field prop-
erty are pending and may be cl sed
by tho middle of next week.
Orange business men arc admit-
ting the value ot the oil field in
stimulating business and, some are
attributing the establishment ot
new enterprises, whlckCncluda the
Gomez Cafe, the new Fifth street
uhoe itore anil some are willing to
credit the concrete street paving to
interest bestirred through oil de-
Q B. HOLSTEAD
Phone 394 Front St
DOINGS OF THE DUFFS
Lonesome, Oh So Lonesome
I HOPE I’M NOT
CHAD I MG YOU AWAY
I ASK EI7 HER IF i
COUI.P -VE HER H Me;
AND CjNE’D j
M U'. HE A.PICTUHE,
~u ,OF it!
WUV| IV’MT'S D
< H • R CO IA 8 i'-
ll t R HOME V
BUT I MUST
I'M AWFULLY GLAD
YOU STOPPED IN
MABEL’ HAVe ANOTHER
CUP OF "TEA BEFORE
—, YOU GO* . -
OH. WILBUR, COME
OVER HERE. I WANT
VOU TO MEET A
FRIEND OF MinE.5
I MUST BE
I'LL GET Yot'j
Junior was in the habit of com-
ing to the table with a dirty thee,
and, ot course, had to be sent away.
One time hiu mother, nearly losing
"Junior, why do you persist in
coming to the table without! wash-
ing? You know I always seud you
“Well,” said junior, meekly,
"once you foi'got.'* •HH'.MV1
Genuine Oat Glean loe Tea Glheeee
of beautiful designs. JOB tXVMB,
Jeweler end Optician.
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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/m1/3/: accessed January 20, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lamar State College – Orange.