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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 1 April 1915

Sgpi 1 * A iiw '¿"A &£■ <• : , f ■■■■ 'A. "■■' fai-7..-. ORANGE. IL, 1. 1915 NO. 552 ONE OF GREAT SIEGE GUNS NAVIGATION SEASON IS GETTING UN- DER WAY Tonnage Greater Than That Of The World's Biggest Sea Ports villa's Man says he will act tonight IMG IS EMWIIS H6 MIRE OEUIED wjf?: •. Detroit, Mich., April 1.—The 191S navigation season of the Great, Lakes i& slowly getting under way. Al- ready the 'mosquito" fleets have headed out and arc hard at their sand and gravel dredging work. Sev- eral of the big lake' freighters also have left their winter docks, accord- ing to reports from various lake port cities. Most of the big lake passenger lines opewrting from this port are preparing for an early stajt, as all re- ports agree that the ice is rapidly dis- appearing from the lake routes. The big steamers are now being oye * The enqrmous extent of great lakes traffic during the.nine months of the lake's navigation year, is indicated by figures just made public here show- ing the...

Publication Title: Orange Daily Leader, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 1 April 1915

provision for this voluntarily, and it will be done as rapidly as pouibie. Mr. Ford called attention to the great PAGE TWO ments before we ean expect the Lest two-barges of oil for Sabine Pass, development. There (are so many BIG" things tiiat Orange has1 before city is about two and 'oi>e-lulr ii.il- ¡ mí: ¡iisiitiitioiis. lions, the insurance Carried here aj)- not proxiiñaiés over eight milliól) dollars, adc! i We must build up; j tow the bar^e Kentucky At the request of the toa'stma te.-.' <>t'. l>roiigl t here. Personally I don'" Mr. Far well then introduced Harvjy I begrudge the business, that the other Fletcher of Beaumont, the guest,of1 follow ¡jets; Hie more he gets, the the occasion. Mr. Fletcher jt|ld . the] mon- .l 'will get in proportion, and 1 gathering that in conversation • wi:'¡ • have • • criticism of his methods. 1 Will Carroll in Bcaurtiont ye.\icrda> -e'business .is on iht boost, ajid he was authorized to assure thy Or-; that Oraiuo.me'rehauts and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 1 April 1915

mk&m r I . Ü V 1 ■ J Ü-- v •; I iaffxM. am* 'titr'/fff/Artr* THE GUARANTY Fi . «a VARIOUS WAX IS > ... . ' ÍÜH THE OBftNOB DAILY e iron cross in sortie ■bird! Washington h £■* PAGE THREE. Nortb American birds j^táfeltcr rather fj ... . nr" to *"«'SB«nw land so Although iR,. f living in,the i As a matter of; fact, how ÍJW!tí colder part of the continent retdrn 'a small percentage of bi^dg; ar thi of bw.hom the coid- ■ shsu. south for the winter, there is no sim- 'I1®80 prcscasonal migration propen- , sit es. The great majority remain i -n ' l'OR RENT—Furnished first floor front room with fireplace and -con- necting bath. 909 Green Avenwe. FOR REííT—Large • front bedroom, iurtiished. By week or -month. 305 Eighth street. ' NICE HD.M%-ln Bruncr $650.00. One io- BlancT Addition $850.00. One modern house on Cherry street $20w.00. Will build you a home on *asy jM y cats. W. M.> Gfinstream. FOR SALE or three ljorhood. K T.laier. Jpe •**. x \ r -House ' with one, two neigh- Dr. M....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 1 April 1915

m mi l-r;V ."'I'' LEADER. PAGE FOUR VALUABLE OF SERVICE ¡te. W. H. Stark, President. L. Miller, Vice-President. • E. \V.'Brown,-Vice-Pries.. J 0. Situs, Cashier, * ■ i E. E. McParland, Asst. Cash. L. Wall, Asst. Cash. ' DIRfeCTQRS. •' Cf ' . ' , \V. H. Stark,' L. Miller, E. *\V-. Ilrowrí, K. H, Farwell, J: - . 0. Sims, H. J. L. Stark, E, E. McFarland. FACILITIES THAT ARE EXCEPTIONALLY GOOD o ■' u , . , •« Always keeping abreast of the times, the First National Bank has installed improved facilities Cor the hapdling of banking busi- ness—enabling it to render prompt, efficient service to everyone. Checking áccóuntt. large or small, are invited, V THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK JZEPRANGI TEXAS r Marine Can l| Distinction to Record of Groat History of ntry. THE 0RAN6E LEADER ■■ ■ ~r—:— iiwifs Sec-owl Classf^IaifcMatter under et of Mavcli 'S, 1879, 'at the, Post Office, Ente " Act ange, Texas. jfr.íhtí 0 a Benefit to shipbuilders if under the bill ships '>a'd been built. - «" I*' Instead of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 20 July 1915

■■ ■: v .y- ■ \f ■ • ■ j ^ . f : , i ' "> . ' ' * ' • ' • " • :* : r. • •• V ' ' ' V ' ' : * • 'r: • . 1 i: ••SIS V ' ' . ' ' ".>'V V-- ' ■■ %: VOL. VIIL J ORANG IY, JULY 20, 1915. v' ' :■ '. fe.;. • 71 4'fe- ¿ l«?*: NO, 645 *y A Lffffli TURKS STUBBORNLY RESIST ALLIES SLAVS FQRCED BACK AT SEVERAL EXPERTS r Mo t Stupendous Campaign Since Days Of Alex- ander The CJreat Berlin, July 20.—The great thou- sand mile drive tt> squeeze the Rus sians out of Warsaw is moving for. w£rd with amazing speed; General GallwitzjS German army has forced the Russians bo retreatacross Narew at several points. He took up his pOr sition less than forty miles from Warsaw. The Slavs everywhere fr6m the Riga region to Bukowina are in retreat. Mackenaen and Von Hind- enburgr both have taken many prison- ers. Von Bulow has taken Tukum and Wiredau. . . . Rustían* Revertes. Petrograd. July 20.—The war office frankly admits that the Kaiser's arm- ies are heavily pressing the Slavs and have forced -the la...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 20 July 1915

•r t' i'- " • •, ■ ,"■ ~«i!t ■#.* T'\ $*z PAGE TWO. L. Wilson siness here msas—aa-~~ ( —?—— '— ■ l school bonds, and then at some ¡schools, said thai he is altno.st fanat- ley, who represents the length on the'question of that pro- lic&l On the subject ot education. That Hdw. Co., attended to posed for wharves and docks. In this ! in this one particular he is a social- during the day. latter connection he pointed out that , i*t. jn that he believes that-the B.ov.j Trllitt t _ there were several large railioais ' trnmcnt should provide, a fcood edu-1 *M«s Alys Truitt of Franklin, Tex., that are- interested in he action of ¡cation for every child that lives under ho has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Orange at the ballot-bo* today. He. jit. Not only do I believe in free j- • wwt, left tfy morning for declared that if the issues carry, therejtuitio. ,' continued the sheriff, huí 1 ?!£££' u n 'H ,*?' are-at least three railroad systems believe we should have free school before returning...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 20 July 1915

I V , \ • &■' ¡ñ-M íW«fct :Í <.•■■*■ ■ wmh :Jt¿. JMi i ¿TI i =s= W! , L f^|aK «14.50 to $18.50 m Colored Drewei * > $11.50 to $12.50 TEXAS LEAGUE. Results Yesterday. Waco 2, Shreveport 1 Galveston 9, San Antonio 2. H#uston 9, Beaumont 2. Fort Worth-Dallas, played Sunday^ $6.50 to $7 $9.50 to $10.50 RELIEVES; Colored Dresses Colored Dresses Coloféd Dresses Colored Dresses Where They Play Today. Houston at Galveston. Beaumont at San Antonio. Fort Worth at Waco. Dallas at Shreveport. T. C. FORD announces his candidacy for re-election Wthe office of Cit; Commissioner from the Second Ward, subject to the action of the Munici- pal Election to he held Tuesday, July 20th, 1915. * / / candi- ice of J. A. SNODDY announces his dacy- for election to the ofl City Commissioner from the Fourth Ward, siroject to the action of the Municipal Election to be held Tues-' day, July 20th, 1915. Club- Waco Galveston San Antonio Fort Worth Houston Dallas Beaumont Shreveport Standirig of the Clubs....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 20 July 1915

PAflE FOUR. THE OBAN' I $mh ~ W. H. Stark, President. i ¡írt***"* • •:«.« < '• " " L. Miller, Vice-President. E. W. Brown, V.ice-Pres. J. O. Sims, Cashiej. K. E. McFarland, Asstl Cash. U. V.'all; Asst. Cash! DIRECTORS. „ " *\ W. Ik Stark, L. Miller, E. W: .6 roivh, F. H Farw ell. J. 0. Sims, H. J>L. Stark, E. E. Mcparlandv\ In Every Avenue of Commerce a strong depository for Working capital is desir- ablé. The First National Bank is well prepared for safeguarding aU fufids entrusted to it and has the facilities for the satisfactory handling of banking business Your checking account is solicited THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK T THE ORANGE LEADER £ntere<} as Second Glass Mail ^Matter under the Aet of Mareh 3, 1879, at the Post Office, Or- ange, Texas. -- Vx > i . '. ii i>i vi.i :———————— W. H. STABK HUGH K. TAYLOB Proprietor . Manager Sole Eastern Representative , U. W. S Y ICES, JR. I Madison Ave.. New York. Western Representative WALTER U. CLARK Advertising Building^ Chicago...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 18 August 1915

Wmm Wmm " • *• '■>% ■ ;>< -X "> — ■:.r, < - < ' ¿«tefe, V . . - f ;■" ■ ' ■ \ *&! 1 • •'* WP- fs 1 « * •>yM m- U':¿- ■■ 18, 1915. I üia ■ m/ & > ( mff. MM iWíliWX ,. RELIEF TO JOHNS YOU. ;«8P- IIkP /.. •£ r'' • • Beaumont/Aug.18,-—11 a. m.—Latest , ... ^Arthnf day that three lives were lost therer' ü$ the the tidal wave and the property loss will run Over a dollars, probably reaching to two million. also lost by drowning at La Porte. At this hour the wires to Galveston are still down and it is impossible to get definite information as to the extent of the damage there. - " Six live were L>"'<V, Fleeing Port Arthur. Beaumont, Aug. 18.—10 a. m.—Interurban cara from Port Arthur are crowded. Two interurban' trains of two cars each Wfent to Port Arthur about 5 o'clock to within about One-half mile of the Gates residence on Proctor street! The cars filled rapidly with people anxious to get to a safer place. People who liver near the track flocked to t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 18 August 1915

3 OBANGE DAILY LEADER. PAGE TWO. THE WOT WD TH 1£omptl«ent6. of dlnnis o* rftffe^ty' *> "THI5 WAN OF H Pf?ACTlcAi- tes. Mirara MYE*Ti?P> MW^ILEQ 7& ?#otV OP "Jcj-DaYi 60 I VY^MT YOU To i Give Me A TiPF6fW?Y CccKTA/L IN />> HO donherwstti VA* You To IN5ULT GIVE ME A ©CHPONER. OF CH6i?MA)N B(ER UNO, 0£ QU/cK /SjBouPT IT/ OUT WITH TrtE.frUSH — „ Cftrt Y00 MIX DffWtfS.? bou 5Pr\L?m ti&V Y¿* í£ S*W SbM£TW(N'-/'f£? BEEN MO'iN' r>/€ evipentot <see2ei?s FW? HXEP PoN'TCrtf?E PRiHh'^ .CH> I LL MIX TH' Pfl/HKSFER WMT Minore ' fr ' . | CapydxW-iqif-9*KV<cm ccKPu THE LATEST SPORT TALK. Birintofaha 1 it Mobile. ChattfliMSl Ml Memphis. Jxittle Rock at" Nashville. r tfoftiMrtoarr/r/MMP THE GUARANTY FUND BANK ^ "Safety First.^____ CLASSIFIED. \lights polished plate pel in slide doors;. 1 ?ht plain plate gjtass,;7Qx84''; 1 light .. píiin plate «lass ÍWx8b"; 10 D ._S. t 'S Glass 37x62*\ 10 D. %. Glass 44x62". ■ ■■ • ■ The STAR, i EMERSON VISIBLE TYPE WRITER — Been in us...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 18 August 1915

V •" i É# IKl . •s^wial JH j m 4ÍS SIDELIGHTS Report* of Lands and Lots 4 (By Henry Wood). _ Constantinople, (By Gourier to • dtagatch and then.ce by Mail to Ne York).—July 13.—Somewhere d"**" ¡„ the interior of. Syria are/several thousand Germ officers and nien who must remain. there either until the war end* or «ntU Kaiser Wil- hthi. changes his mind. It is their duty to annoy the Suez Canal. With neither sufficient men nQr • iitiicient war materiaí at their (lis- pfsal to do any damage they must ' nevertheless make enough showing to torce the English *t all time* 10 keep large cpntingentg of troopa ia Egypt for the defense of the ci They must hold themselves bad the tleseh out of harm's way, sistins best they can, and, by i wing sum.« lone vessel or in s < other way obstruct navigation even.if LÍ taJy Xqr. ¿1' must uash h intfrior of ' These Thfse thé, tragic. whirh-w$s sent > tht canal. t As a recompense for their faithful nfss an officer of a soldier is occa- sionally giv...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 18 August 1915

rv. PAGE FOUR •1«W|6! ¡S!= I ll W. H. Stark, President L. Miller, Vice-President. E.W. Brown, Vice-Pres. \.„ J.. O. Sims, Cashier. E. E. McFarland, Asst. Cash. L. V.'all, Asst.: Cash. m directors. VV. H. Stark, I,. Miller, E. V W. Brown, F. H Farwell, J. O. Sims, H. J. L. E McFarland. Stark, E. /fcor the Convenience of Ottr Customers we have provided every approved device for the prompt, accurate dispatch of business. You \yill find it to your interest to have an account with us.' A •\H< THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK w 'r^i. Orange TEXAS, THE ORANGE LEADER Entered as Seeond Class MaU Matter under the Act af March 3, 1879, at the Post Office, Or- ange, Texas. > j* : , , ~^r~ W. H. HUGH ARK TAYLOR Proprte . Manager m do that. Russia has lost Galicia and Poland because she lacked ammunition factories. It is gratifying to know that whatever comes, we shall suffer from no "such handicaps. CHIVALRY AND SUFFRAGE. A New York anti-suffragist of i nfuoií'pérturbed over in modem life, and is c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 7 October 1920

wwHB . i ? r i 2 . ■ í ■ ~~ t of Them to be J| Chicago Same Day. One Thousand Feet oí Italian Hemp to be Used. BE g Wrangle East is east an RHMfaffiP SKa.-Ji' ■!■■■■■■■■ west is jpest, -but east and WMt.yill nót iuIíí'es- pecially if a large block of lee hap- pens to be preset to ccol interna- tional affections. jis was aptly proven when H. if. Overbay. dr'lverfcof ah ice wagon, TQ 'Drn imtD1 r\AV stopped at the ¿áfe of Y..\V. Lung KtU ^llfcK UAY and wife, Dorothy Lung to deliver the lee to the daily consignment Luágs. .:v Mr. Overbay's aaslsiant was having a, day off; the ice box was very-light. Mr. Overbay insisted that the male By WILBUR J. BR0NS Inteliitvthaial News rttaff Corre- Chicago, OcTT'-The death cen «ot ^e thej^lnt. and from Then on ir. the old Cook county jail in Chi- eve swiftly. Lung get up on a bo* and take the hfeáfylbiflSk of ice. Mr. Lung could. ÍW; Í ■ frnx x m M cago has sent many men to the final earthly expiation of crimes since the . execution of John Stone,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 7 October 1920

'*4 V ■ ' ''<! ,"V'fa ' mm f s •! iüi'l i.fvví'fp . f ,—MBpg__. fit.. *.,.. I i ¡iM5 tfppli /?~ Ral|)h Mulford Drives Auto- • mobile Up Steep Incline. > , ■ 'K£Vy "• : ' (I\i lutenuitiouai Xwf* Service.) Colorado Springs", Colo., Oct. 7.- ClimbinK steadily a distance ot 47,992 feet, Ralph Muliord, famous autpfflbbile drive; titi horsepower autoinobl nted for the first time I 'cok railroad to the summit of Tike's l'ftk. XJte ascent «euuired three hours and fifty-five mfautos. the kt«epeét «r<i.de encountered being 28 per cént. fhe ayeragé curve wa's 20 per cvnt with a radius of 35a feet. The average grade of the cog road ík H per cent. The maximum grado of 28 per cent/¿overs a continuous distance of one and three-quarters miles, this stretch being known as "Son-of-a- I rt Mad Rush in Poll Tax Payments' to Start lCMa,t- Whe" he 0,11 he was oti iax raymems to atari, (he champlon rarly bird of po]i ,ax Mad Rush in Orange. payers. Poll taxes for the year 1920 can . if An earthqu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 7 October 1920

p 1 ' Hi PHI p¡ m¡aSf ] 1 ■ ■ ¿as 1 i s i il> .. tlc< game Friday ^ IPI wo Teams. Bkb prate- ere an- PB of p,X8J§fe afternoon we iJpil&f El f < v'■" |$; É'- ' nounced this morning by Coach Vln- Ing. '■ The two team# will be evenly matched as near as possible and the game will develop the weak spots If any exist, thus making It ^possible to ppt the team op a strong basis tor the flrst scheduled game. The line-up Is, Orange high school: Bancroft, center; Moley and Chad wick, guarde; Ogéen, Bunn and Dean,' tackles; Herrlngton, Dodd Foreman and Rlgsby, ends; Qualdy, ■Quarter; Klshl, full; Wilson and McMahan, halves. FreBhmen.: Nance, center; Elmer and Mitchell, guards; Weaver and toy, tackles; Coale, Hooker Rob- Mar inso WSxm 11— ¡i*' 'VU > H WW its mm Country Destined ^ . id Development in 10 Years. By LOTUS P. KITtBY International News Service Btaff (Tories pondeilt. Mexico City. Oct. 7.—IÍ Mexico remains undisturbed by revolutions for the next ten years it will prob- ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 7 October 1920

few. n p" b 1* H. 0. „ " ■• •:J.; k¿' - MU 'éc£í# : ■' 'i - ' r r "■ wlKTfloJKílt ■ ,• VWf". B wV 'asi ' • ■' ■M , , i) I ,i «a l¡üte«d at the Omcg. w-.,yrrrt ■ Subsection ratea «fie per oath, t«.0Qh ar y«C 1C .tíB4 ta *WU|ce. ComWíed wtthTto Beaumo*t.J«U> ««1 la Orange County* 760 per wonth. '2ͱS!Í!ÍÍL UnrtWii Ratea Mado Küown Ufoe1 Orange, Tonas, Thursday. October 7, 1WK>. Ufe' _ its . «O about 13,000 i ot «tena ave 'Moda." II ta subtne : iJw>i ,«rttó tta d«9 waterway Orftmre occesrdble to anV i «he world. It has spent «0 ta providing Alfftat .With wharf facilities. MMBiiiwaf Mt export a lomidtag com- pany. •i-- ,i •: «3.081.to to 1010. Its per «H44B. It freight, the tariff ola wMcfa ta 1010 was SI .001,0*7. Ma «unud indnstrinl payroll Is «g^aftam. Us industries pay ait atraaga awga, tactaW^ meo «ai «w^t, ■■ of «1319. They add «15453¿00 yearly to «to wealth of tto nation ta Vi $3 . ?!.«■ 1 ?' ím* • poor thine- •• ■ >■ baria a red summer. • "• flr. ',. „ There is no su...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 7 October 1920

■ iwai E2EJÍI vfl m 1 .■■a m ■ml m j 39 I " \ 1 ¡ , ) M !•« f'13. 188? ':-f HPSPR bts to Fall ue SIP: ■■I r-y i ■ 7—Refunding of at maturity prob- ssary, according to K o| Commerce i« ■ ,nU points ou^ I by the relá- in which the it is alnty as to re- os mail ' to I 1 y J||jpin;S lowed In Aiuérlcan war loa funding operations,': the bank'atales. '"From the. treasury point" of' vi¿w th^s may have Us advantages, for it miiy be possible to ¡«sue some of tfcg refunding loaaü lower i ter«*t rates. In so tar as lower rates can be secure*}, the policy wlU have justi- fied Itself. In any event the op- tional maturities in effect between l:<27 and 1947 give the treasury a satisfactory control over debt pay- ment during that Period." In discussing the relation of taxa- tion to debt reduction, the bunk 1 says: ■ V;' , "It should be .observed that the marked trend of American fiscal policy toward diiject forms of taxa- tion within the past decade reduced . the probability óf rapid debí pay- me...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 7 October 1920

i PAGE SIX TOPICS ' %; mmi ft ':il . rV' ■ - v • Ü&! S*7« . r ORAyOE DAILY !SD\Y. OCT. 7, 1920 AT WRONG PLACE m m - 'V ■' T CANADA K PARCEL ERVICE WI Page 1) TEN CONVICTS 'ifcT ; 1 __ 1 ■ li'oniinue4 rwnii ilr- public; Mopi of them Imve pjjén ¡iiuiifr'ui. tl in two or mree ' '«Wfcd in blboAslied. [Many. Casualties Suffered in ,J£, So Swing-.ar- Kanks of Organization. , '< . i an. niioa from other. wisci^a. nie, Governor's Proclamation is Effective October 12 'ft. ZKM.MA HA It 10 A I'XI I.I 18 KNTKRTAI.NKD . The Zemnia Hare auxiliary of. the First Bapt(fit church wet Wednesday afternoon wi)h Miss Florence Cox at lier hottfé, CJherry street. The home was pleasingly decorated with ferns and whitegeraniums,-the club colors being, carried out. The program was opened by a prayer sen-ice conducted by Miss . Eola Gunstream. A - Report was given by the social service commit- tee and it was learned that they had visited! two slc,k members and had sent out three nourishments. The club ,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 2 January 1923

IBS ^■nnSniinn i i'IS vfayfew®*/ * «*!;.? ••"adKSitr ESfflrr*. v m : ■ :• .:• • ■ , l J WW - W :M# ftTX'" W1V i^MiiIrri'^TT?;,1 iff Tail Ti i'Mte :;a .■ a s ^wmnm , ji. j,.JL." a fl • 1 | JB ♦ Sfc*.' ■§■■■■■ finding or' body at' the late & r. Feller, 61 old, wtUfh vtas found floating In the Hubine river (en miles north of Orange yesterday morning. Mr. Fuller w«a' an employee of ; the Lutcher & Moore logging crew, and .disappeared December 22. No v.tracfr was found until New Year' morning, when tome men in a boat saw the lifeless body on the edge of the water at th0 "Big Eddie," about ten tulles up the river from this city/ mm;:' i*e«p uaen m Mead The e&use of the unfortunate Oman's death la a deep mystery. When |found there was a deep cut just over fth« right eye. and the authorities are f*t * loas to account for this Injury, .as It seems Incredible that ho could have fallen Jnto he water and sua* tained such a deep gash. It appear* that he met foul play and that his •la...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 2 January 1923

HI gfthei^ ftflness ~\ I By CHARLES CATES Written tor the United Press. DALLAS, Jan. J.—It tbere has any lull in oil activity during the holiday season In Texas it hue yet made Itself felt in reports of all shades if Interest from every section. A netlceable revival of interest, ac- centuated by the general advance I* crude prices, is constantly . . tag in ; momentum. Result! of this improving condition In the oil business is reflected in better production reports from inoi>t fields, announcement Of new pipe line proj- ects* increasing wildcat projects and th$ consummation of recent major tfausactijvK. bnnctnver Field Boouis «; The persistence of Smackover. Ar- kansas operators in bringing in the giant wells of that section in spite of efforts at curtailment until ade- quate transportation and storage fa- cilities can be provided is apparent. Evidence & a confidence that an approach to normal may be looked for early in 1923. The Smack- over field has set a record second only ...

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