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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 29 May 1929

ETTA KETT rJP? ^ fwBVUO OMCMtSAN UtttK - DO I oa a^c^ to get a f a ravor ou>n\ah — i mat our &*«S MMS Wm tTTA WMfr NlCiHT AHD CXDH'T tub way uo mg cmo'srucw roa -ms. gwksk TRST—3Up MR THU AH^UWS IH CiAVS VtlU. YOU f WAN* AD fYFORMATlON Kttwi per word per Word HANG* AWOWO HSR HERE MR COMBS *n .liow * V * B an *11 ontara paid for at time 10*Word Minimum IW«i M ►\ 70c mtee «r for eoaaeenfive InnertJooa only, lr llMWtlmi Hike one-time rote. Order* end Cancellation for CSwwIflod AdrorNalnn Bf$ ran **tf* (Tin Forblil(lcn) niu t J>e In writing. No Charge Aeoountat Ada ordered by telephone are accepted from persona In the .telephone or dtjr dir<-tory nn memorandum only. In return for thla coarteey, advertiaor to to remit promptly anting Timet Wont Ads neeeptrd nnHI It n. m. for tbr onrrent day end 0 p. m.. MatanUy for ftnnday edition. *£<-: - M,&- ">«•" — Cancellation* -mil, laamanta for m. All eheagca and mMrtlntinni r- THE ORANGE LEADER Smart Boys at College' v mmrn...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 30 May 1929

H---" SM. | Svi.K'sf Only Newspaper .Published i In Orange County, Heart of the • Rootheaiit Tatta Lumbar, ||lp ! Oil. Farm and Industrial Empire. si ill & me mm*k. wffixsK rar V: ftpfff! S3 . S'K «■ • — — - mm ■ '' '■>rpir^wpv ' ATHER WEATHER pfo«Ur cloudy tonight owfi.I Shower*. lilKlu V> moderate- IM 1(1 fcOUth Wtlld# <w the « mv VOLUME XV. " 1-SMIWIISMII.II Wss'AmMSW-M'B ORANGE, 5, THURSDAY, MAY 30, II , mm - VuH. M-Si' )£•'$ v*a i*w« rtSskder Invltea Utters from It* readers concerning ter^of 1 nteraat jA^iggfo ewr~o ap- boIMjiut^wf-^aiwr^gr'WTiPther you ^wr««riiftii(t the things w unpinning, makes no <llf- ferejice. We W|i| bo icliul to print tlje letters. \V> want tlio reidm of Hie Leader to feel that the paper l« un open forum. Miss Flavia Wignall, a teachql* in the Orange schools for the past 12 ' years, has been elected to a place on the faculty of one of Beaumont's senior high schools. The announcement of her election was published only a few days ago. A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 30 May 1929

THE ORANGE LEADER •V Orange MEMBEII In. 1Mb political piny which to be staged? / ' -.'J®" I %Aiit. tmmrv urnim* * THE J1''^ I had shearing day recorded fur 'Millar yeara On \Eay II, when (ha shearing of the Iambs made -*s*sa*^e es*«i eeie«ser.e .ai.i1 coJ newspapers and. the shearer*, c* 1 vC 1 ' ^ .a a la'■-' ^ '",., ; '|/,fi I h' -•'- — f- on application. Ita being brought t° attention of ufits that the lamb? fondly Imagined had fallen Into thou greedy pockets. officials had rec- Increaae from five ;to redhcount rates. the reaction which "wiped out more than a bllllehdol- •lars in quoted value* in a *mgl session." First Wall street had Cooltdge prosperity: it showed (u fa<* «i* yaars ago. Then It had Hoover prosperity. It came in with the election of the president. What happened will be' ancient DM Ti< * of crude. Standard Oil | !*ulory ®" ,h* ,uor^w 8".arinB advanced the price of gas out cent ft,me had c"me 11 happened, gallon wherever Standard Oil |Wh,n lfe" operation was ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 30 May 1929

I W.V JffiwBBfl KKISMW W" . «if -TV' THURSDAY MAY 80,1929. nPail ' |®^TOL ' jfwNfil' "' -' ■ '• fSKPfe THE ORANGE LEADER S^Biiines 'V; _ in yp i ill MISS LILLIAN LLOYD 8oc!ety Editor"""*"""" Phones 4 and 38 * • Items for this department must be received before 9 o'clock on publication date. 1 V ';- '• ■•: V- 'ijiy ' •• .' v i Society Calendar mn At- Junior and M-uior banquet of ' Orniiuo liigh school «t the Holland hold m m o'Hock. „ w Friday Afternoon Brlilff club lurtMx with Mir, XX'. Mulludluntir on Mitotan* street, at 3 o'clock. Ho*' snxih of «Im< Hfxt Baptist rtiun-li mm at ?:M fcV+«l at •In- church. H. X'. I*. I'. xtf ■!!<•<'(inv ( tin- t'lr>) rliurt'li ui the <•iiur. li «t 1:30. Milt.Mf.lt URAXCE tilltl M WHO II KI ND XV The NMrrUtv of Mis* SSrlimi Ka/ Dougherty. formerly of Ur.mge and a inu lw-r i Ihr B'mt <>ran«r \hm.l. it Waller L". t'oers of Mriuin was i nkniniikd Punday morn lite a| *:** | eVIeeb at Ik* M*th«ll t ohurrh at IJWilr. bcnip at b* W4 'i" ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 30 May 1929

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 30 May 1929

SDAY.^Y;80;|929.^a^|f' % ."- ■ (w ' £rs$ THE ORANGE mm r m EH m:- ~f ? J [ I A SBi i - in Watte) call Hue gave 't&ir'uy.lMli barn .yceicrdtty muk-t the proton* ' gCttrwn 1 t* an* th« fiUnftl crosaflic ■ of young 'Swetun: . The Bureun./-ra won by t' Ho *. The- dhftar shoved the Cub* tmi'k , into a virtuJl tie witH the O&rdlmilo, whu were uuktml enough to snatch two gam tie front under 4w' «oMe of" the pea COa fete fteita iM St. Uoulin. 4 to I and ti. le 2. 5"; ••. Cllde Dudley, senriatton*! yetina pitcher. broke. t|iu winning etreak °1 the Olnrit*. The n«MmS wm by s4 | . P . 1 The Phalli*. infcuitaMv hddlctea to miatreating the Brave*. repeated by I* ol J, with no relief in sight. The beat medicine for at Waahlhr- ton lueiUK streak (e<iMh to 1m a I!nm. with tbc Vankcan. The Scti- etoriai loadng iwiirt was looking > P again ywet «d y when the champion* presented pour pitching and weak li.tiling at the capital. Washington *** ■*#■$-44-tf* ■■ . Th. Athletics won theli «u t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 30 May 1929

m®1 On. r/' '.v' :■)}■: for at time onjcr """ ' ! THE ORANGE LEADER ■.'111..' '■" —r— ETTA KETT Putting 'Em in Their Proper Place. " ■■- SB f5® THURSDAY MAY 80, 1929. By PAUL ROBINSON tTTA CALLED OP AND SAOlMOW'WWHMtN ARC OVER TvW QSQ\CS OACK "TVteiF? OW QRlfW. ^HPViiP *"*" H ' «£«£*■>«• * ■ /■ IMMt■'• '■&jfr-4 -' ivi" •>•■•■ • «m<4< VLI msnfe W:*®m W Advert!^ * mort,be tn t,4«WTO%# f* *ftl* cw rt«t>. Mlvc'rtWor to ra s v &2i .5-^WfiH.- ;'W- *T v;-.'y«H " Pi-' -'. UIHU11 'I'HIte? ' . i'|l *, n. for the <• or rent f for *iindaj- -edition. CKIHWM - f^wwwiii'i''' i ' •;••• * rhanjte or dlw<M>ntlmie nflvrrf l~or rnt« for cwvetit a*.v'« l**«te onnnot he arretted -ifi.-r II n. All d itHK<*s and fj ncpHi Hon w™ir«l after thlo take effeet the following dHy. The leader 1 attention tn nil i<l* received oTcr ganrantee arnumfr of nit ao received. n « e(« 4 and US,' • '-'"'vr^r^l^VV' FOR RKXT ■ a" - i Urt. J Phone C#9-W. \ ■ rnitBI mom apartment; ■cvwrythlnK...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 31 May 1929

■Ifl «■ ' 1 ■ «pp| «?> -$ ■— Only Newspaper Published Orange Courtf* }i«ert ft tiM Tnu Ltimkr, Rice, Perm and Industrial Umpire. . II f ;..J I II It HI Swill \Mm . I h . .1 ■.. -— N1 The IaiiW Invitee Irtlw from Itn waller* concerning any mnt- ♦rr nf Inlrrr"! t«* the future «p- building of Onuwe. Whether yon irr for or sraln*t t! «• things *v< *rc rhunwbiilnc, make* no dlf- ■rroce. Wr will be tM to prlnl Umi M|m. M'e want tJif reader* of Tha* -Lrart'T to feel that rlif paper 4* an opun Jorum. ■a " "If pie shoe fits the foot -wear itM " It isjnot intention of wjead^r to (five offense | or to'"ride" anyone. When the editorial which I appeared in this column Thursday was written, we [ took into consideration that we would be stepping [on somebody1*toes but that [ We eou?dvnot help. One * of x the hereditary i ri*bU o£ the American eit- Ixerf is the free expression 6f "opinion. I We < o it * id * c *hat cfmdition* v *1n (\jnhtre school* are in a muddle and (t might not be ami*s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 31 May 1929

-I *, to ad of the In- •a tw- in a PRESS MEMBEU h «*« we - r^~ . ^ -^- ■— — «.* — — T person, reflection upon the oryfeputgjlon i>r or corporation — ——IMBilMi l g tw< .*ht fo uttemlon of I MS® SENATORS AIOS THK <?£P V«Sy ators are In tho open, art opposed to star sessions of the upper house. Texas .senators have noth- ing to canceal. Texan senator* do not believe in star chamers or closed door official work. Texas senators bollefe that nominations *ent by the prcMidhiit lai the senate for confirm* Hon **shotttd be considered openly •ltd publicly and the vote* of *cna- tor* on their confirmation should he pubufted." yhl;%|V;|J |T H Morris gheppard ha* ever Men lit tha open—or rather he ha* favored the op n door policy ai anffaiJ tion a ad conAnMtJwh "t pres/d* 11*1 nomination*. Tom OotmaUy 3 Twcai made ho. raw for the *e at.- on «a platform that declared icr the door Instead of aMWU Ha won. , • / ' ,, ■ T j the city of Dal In• >|jt will require the writing ability of the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 31 May 1929

ifrafPp THE ORANGE ' PAPiPB - ■ > iii1 \m 11 * i* II ► «]<!! #il I?: pll^l Mi; IX LLOTD Editor plf oet 4 and 3S J$ « a • ^^Fvi\W, , this department must jtSio^odoii Hftf: SsB^l^jfesj ty Calendar FE^rWl W. Cook, B. W. Anderson, Luella Dydnall. Fred Feveal, Jr., and A. JT. Behnltwl. - 5 ' % Next meeting trill be held with Mr*. Sch'nltsel. ««% ■ m '*#, W*. **% ■ m SS^S^SPiSS. TKtOAT ' . senior banquet of sehool at the Holland |j o'clock. Bridge elnb Mrs. \T. Mnlliolland, street, at 2, o'clock, ats or the First Baptist at 7:30 o'clock • nt |i, I'. aooe ni(M>tiiH( of [nnnilxt rhnreti nt the !#0. «.*rritirw jivmoiiil Hill nml Mm. lii-nii will jointly mi. hridw rinrt v In |i(if. I'tnorliia Mi*. Akin, rails. |cadi> Grave* will he a bridge party at the It'Iuh iii the afternoon. MTW. M KM) TTOSTWJS TO EFISCOFAT, <WTM> ) The Episcopal fltiild met Thurs- day afternoon with Mrs. A. C. Flctg on Oreen avenue for the regular /meeting. After « f<*w business mat- ters had been dl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 31 May 1929

' •''' " Ml thgl'OOI «t ' jHfjf J« th May H'• «i y i n pre pared momiug for ium ■. 5 generally *pe Mng. Jiiey J^tifi'Suioldf1' | ir** «**•# *— m gmm « end refreshing. t)i*y JMl. enemy, whan «« . I.an-xt wUh friiKt" <le*ii rt*, *ueh a* creaut* and tflhh-a inuy he. tfMlJ*"<I in *fhiU«> ., ,l.i f Oi hf*. Irt ubiiiiduneg^nnrt In i\ BeSffl'5 Uon ^^fM^l|gl th* meat" flKTW. ''J" The amount #{ eJi tln umA In etteh • feclpe ff *a iima 11 that It In lt*e)f janegligible Kltt rood value, but It •ervea H very tMeful purpose na a carrier of othtr fiiwd* und of flavor, ",-f:■ BltKAKpAttTi rantelouiie. I>a«t n, gutter" it toa*t, colTae, MTSVUi Jellied vegetable laa, ";'v gruiuuu bread. <uj> cuke*, orange- da. DINNER: Fried chl<k..«, milk ■" Jfravy. m|m i>outt>t*. greeh pea*, —i-v jhjOt Cllfrlgjfc' butler, lllcuU IwichW cream. coffee. ' 4. . „•■ ;'?f HKt il :s Jellied Vegetable Salad: Huuk two tableepuuti* of gelatin In one-half cup cald water ton wnliiutea Add two «up* bo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 31 May 1929

vm. • 1 ■'•'■> i ■■ -i '■■■■• ■ (91 ,4 fplKilf 4 «* <m '■ m ,*■ £*vlt Ikifei 4l/t MM! ' PsflWEk WiFWft!•*TT*V *S|P (ITS**# *4 ■ # ju* «# itfe* 'M'fAfc* law*. f4w ; «**#. trikiw' '«* to*to* town •**«•«#* fr m *h« mt&.lwW. h* *m* ***** ** * Mm**, tm ■**■**, «* * **4 f,«.#*•__** ■ A t *A • t*4* -r.rsraf. ^ i^v - PW;7y^^255£^_l23 Winner, "" Vyv> w 5< *♦, *w >— «jh -*• #t *«" «*-/ ***** w i ih* 'mmtototo ..4to : f.l^./ tto''4wW «4'*l4 MMM *M« fe ui ♦ , J. -'-~t--« . i--*...-——. fy-#* ***** ^pFF«WW f< , •• ' Vf«M*ft<fett«'ft WJ# Imt w*4 *1 1# tl « 4«MW wfa* # *t * vmm M # «>•>**' j Sp it* ' II *U*wI r<MW *rip4 *M « •' ft* tftotjr *r« i* •«*<#♦*. *r#efc • IWr I*"**, tfc* rw<ri **#* m ik urn****- *w«* #*- t I** f-*'"'* «f KM i'AIHr#lM V *m 4h*i 1rtm * . 1*4 «fa*M * nfcwft tWKW- *tow( e*r fciMj <,.' f-4 u*t «rfr • |piappvp 0?wm mm" mrngf #*«* pifc Vipiif. m*; Mm*# prnth 1' ... tftti# SpM * m9§ *4* m *«rl4V **#<w4 ***4 * 7 « >* .<# *#w *w * ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 31 May 1929

IAr ' to nm "tr (Ti ft; 3*1 CTwIfW A<lwrlW i , M P.,.- t be (n writing. Xo Chargo Aeeotnrtat ordered by telephone are accepted from pe «i« i* | In fh telephone or rfljr tllrrfory on memorandum only. In rrtarn for rbli coarteaj-, tdrntlMr U " to remit promptly, : Cloctn* Time: nnMI IS n. m. for the mrrent <1 p. m.. Naturdey for Sunday edition. \ Change* — Cancellation*: to rhantre or discontinue aOvcrt hutment* for ttio current day's Isaae cannot be accepted after i| a. m. All change* nnd cancellation* rt<eelrcd aTter fht* low will take effect the follow.inn day. Tho leader will irlre rarefill attention to all ailn received oyer the phone but cannot tr *raatee vur« y of ad* ao Phone* 4 and RH PRom -to morrow nt^hb VffcN our VJENT THE VJCpKTS... And — \Csfyrvjlil, 192S, 1/ C*UiI'u.4 Ahmhmk^IM. HIGH PRESSURE PETE Please Omit Flowers By SWAN WM> ; FOR URST TBNHRH1CD up^riuu^t John Nelson. Phone M*-W. W - 4 THRBB room apartment, everything; fiirni.hed. Cull 547. Mm. A. L. Mye...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 4 June 1929

' I L ;; ''"'fSv 'ms m wit ¥0 M' 'in ' fcaifiiLi- lisi < v,4Ju^bIIaIj MB&m m i,i i L'>,. will fcc fbd |* f(M We « •« «fc render* —— ■ %mam. MDWUM f A newspaper's community pels jt to become concern- ed with things which are not of its own choosing. JERAIS ROUT REBEL FORCES Unlike any other local business institution, it must, if it i* true to tra- dition# of journalism, make erery local condition its particular business. In doing so, it may he compelled to alienate valu- ed friendship*. It may lo«e the patron- age eren of tboM whom it is attempting to serve. - It may be accused of muck-raking, and its staff singled out fur p4*r*' nal epithets far from compli- mentary. • • • On the other hand, the performance of a journal- istic duty has its rewards. Confidence of the people is one of these. New friendships to re place those lost is another But perhaps the greatest of all is consciousness of a duty well performed. Gorozieta Was Last Of The Army Chiefs Of Old School MKiiro e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 4 June 1929

K * 10 gov- loglslaturc in the nionlli next year. '• ."•.^";|m all Bwr«r democrats THE ORAN "■>" mPSR *#p?| Sft ' - ;•: * tWQ . '«.• Hi ■m ti.at any money hue collected or spent improperly. I* or indirectly, during it« taJr-iflSKT-FoW In1 fima % «a 'in- famous |M^#j Bpaatpr Mb vil By J. JEFFERSON FARJtON allil'ii ' Hi I nil i ' II ill ———— i' i 'in ii li" ' i '■ in " ilni'ijii CHAPT8K XXXIV Mr. Uoties- left-., tho station. hi. bnnnar in nr^-r H® b*d *0t aH h® **■*«> ^pm the • n ,n ord<t porter, anjt poHslbl#;a. little bit over, "* *" ■ffialp^gll^l&towira 'W sultry niter th 4$ recent storm, but that was not t&e reason. You do not exactly rare to * house frorai which u caretaker has disappeared, panUuuln*!}' li^♦wrrmtrwlfrwrfrttwr llrookbari of torn MAKKH h v. Buchanan of hi« con- / fi r many year* producer# 9t hides of hl« district. rT,. free list. Texas 1 that dry and green "^MpjfcUon leathers were What happened bill was made the house ti his* senate win tackle Hon....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 4 June 1929

iminmiwiiw gi«'li>^' 'IIIMI lilimkllMMIlja w$M. '■As?*2 Sfwl iw« 'tfffifw :\ : ■ • i ?$ ',<■'■?} THBi ORANGE! LEADER ;;«HpJ **7'" t§ M''' ■ ■ ■'- — "."""","in " ur.-.-yir : i '' M .i j11 ■a.vj'1)* wtrm3mammr7rmmmr^rm^mmrmmwammmnrr - bb . K ■>. ^m. - M !?■!.* • k H' m *** N IAOYD Editor 4 MOP"!:; ■#4 a before 1) *a£3^vi , K™p"v Calendar MK-S. ADAMS 1HM.TES8 AT BIUWIK W«PWMBJOAV ^ Members of th<r Wednesday bridge club will meet <*t the home of Mrs. Mattle Adam* at J o'clock Wednes- day afternoon and will immediately wit ,ftn>rmw. luutU,. riDHKSVAV ^'!lp wlU be prepared. . *■ ■•■■ ii..;.y,ii|.>i V-; '''''-v.' ■■■.'•' B. Y. | . 0. KAMA' TO BE i\i i:ri.M i I I.V i'osri'oM:i> The usaoclatlonal J3. Y. P. If. rally which WM to have been held at 7:4$ o'clock tonight at the First Baptist church has boon IndultiiHeJy postponed, •*•••• r-lh- *"f mm- Miss Audrey Hebert leaves tonight for San Marco*, whero she will at- tend summer classes at the "South- west Texas State 'f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 4 June 1929

.;. j !*•** i HHHETIE! r ^W; I ^H.mifiui « ■.! or ...(-J keGS' J'T JUST THIMK" "toCRC *ms iSVlBSffS— "S^OC tOO CAM6 DOWN ustrc TO COILW3&WV rc W3RW.uvih6 r^'Mpc.i'vs:,.. lisisfiMj 1 mm W VMtN 1 100* dfefiB I rwru UWS «OMEONBS GNIMG hB tthtr- wnojitul —toofiE <2o«Ge^7-tt^rjEN—1 / 1 I SM': ..,«. |IHHI.<|| rf 8 '*aaf ■ #♦♦ I -w«wv; je J^CWr •re (or comwaUfe ImwrUona only. Ir for Claaalflod ArtTorflnlng - x^ee*? dJz;.to wrft<,,®• IK dUMH® Areounltfi• t;•■ • i'-.s, " —*—"• by teltephone are accepted from jur-ona 6r city dlrctfcry on memorandum H tor tJiU courtesy, «lvcrtln r t* Th e> f| I# «.' . for th# cnrrent |qt Rnnd«y ••^,;•'$ « cawraiiiiiiBiii or dtowwthiw aarortlMmeniN for «J«T'h Inane cannot bo accept it 1 after t t;.4b . angea nod cancellation* revived after thle akc effect the following day. The leader careful altentloa to all ada received but cannot guarantee aomraty of ada ao Pbonee 4 and ML Mil « S * 11 •H"® -aPHipT -a / v<Vs v . W - k8W3KI9I t''>$($1 /-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 5 June 1929

2L2U W ■!" 9RM ^VrlrV 'i!t Ve ?• '!*!■ wtUfffi -*•' £cm* t— sa«(^-«si>®4ai fe; The Lender invites letters from render* concerning any rant- ter of Interest V the future up- building of O ran re. Whether yon ire for or asHlutt the things w< are championing, makes no dif- ference. ftV will be iilad to print the b-ltors. We want the render* of The leader to feel that the paper Is an Opro forum. On Sunday, June , 16, Lloyd Grubbs Post Ameri- can Legion, will play host to the district convention Hundreds of legionnaires from every city and hamlet •«fa East Texas will be gath- ered here and many others, unable to be here in person, will have tjieir eyes focuss- ed on the guest city— Orange. • e • At a committee meeting HOLD INQUEST THIS AFTERNOON Believed To Have Slip- ped While Working On Rail Line An liM|nea« la being hefcl in IWp. UMrtif thlM afterMouu for an uniden- tified negro man mIiu watt drowm-d «rUh> wsHttfg <w an extra uuug for Um- Ha n~ "lly S4«alltern Itatlwn- iim...

Publication Title: Orange Leader, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 5 June 1929

11111 ftKHioftt r Oi III be furnished 00 application. Jm* corporation columns of The ly corrected upon attention of ppeal of iheflexlbtu tariff pfovi slop and IA piuce of the turlfT com- mission aa now constituted, would have created a tarllf "faet llndlng oommission responwiblo to congress .thfl alone. ll -r o r"""t>omorrnir ~\HWl ifcY' y' Si.'fe IK sulphur, . 0i I'ifijjjr tbe found years of the 'Prtw of i contained- a re- th« "pien of M. 8. Poster started mil Tin**," • ta| -«W^*n the the value de at Monday's of «M|ualta (lun. Rgf a right to that should M« i hi a regsnt lM uklllK for iho Uarner propon.il and re publicans lined up ug.tlnni u. , Not* the light ha* been transferred to the senate. Many republican con- gressmen' expect 'tie scnatu to §« verae the house «c rate on stpgar. Garner loat hit battle for duties on long upl" cotton and oil. Me In- sists Ibat the senate should place a doty on Ion* staple. crude Oil and fate. He opposed the provision giv- ing a, president the ...

Publication Title: Orange Leader, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 5 June 1929

25*988 . ,«,\VL. J ,wr- a Jl'i Mi •( i ■ KB' ink' f&mr Wm S" mm ~r tp$§g$3> wkmm WEDNESDAY, JUNE J, 1928. IE «t estlonlng ■M Wff' wl nfflw Jjfffi fFti. v":' '■ MHlMiiilii with m- avc to —"• "■■■-" *%%&«** WM i to - *.•. .. .. •■ Life's Problems BY Patricia O'Day Questions to Im mwweml In this department should be nddrosaed to Mtas O'Bnjr, In care of the Orange reader. Answer* will ba published na promptly a* possible. I don't e«re nruoh about It, ana my w Dear Miss O'Day: 1 am a girl n, and in love with a boy of IS. My parents don't want me to go with him, as they say I am too young. I Know he loVea me, and I won't give him up: so don't tell me to do that, but do tell me something to do. for 1 can-, iwrt- wHh«* t- hJw^- Jannle. „ ANKWER: i Aa you state you case, Jennie, there ian't very much I «nn tell you to do: /or you have your mind made up pretty thoroughly that you are going to keep your yttuns man. I think wh*< you realty want la for me to tell you I* nm Jn aympa...

Publication Title: Orange Leader, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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