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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 26 June 1929

H. Blqng- Abat. Ill, H. * UMO. S Tax A Browa AWi 110 A. il !fp 1 ;;K,| P. R.. Abut. Ill, H. Blong- mx m.^-Wm Lob. Abat 189, H. Bloug- lojr. .6 acraa, Tm I1.I0 ley. "1 cfM. ir, u ««m. tm mmnn ; MoFarlaue. A. C„ Abet. Ill Hi Blongley, 10 acres. Tax 145.17. Unknown Owners, Abat. ll|, H. Blongley. 6.6 acrea, Tax #6.76. Lucas, H. * M. Shryock, A bat. 132 Jaa. Llnaconib, 6 acres, Tax II.50. Unknown Owners, Abat. 134, M. % McAlpia, 75 «cra , Tax 11.7,3.0- Duke, U A.. Abat. 140 A. ~J. A. * 0. P. ft 1L V. stark. Abat. 141;- A. Nelson, 111 acre*. Tax #127.47. McGulre. Willis. Abat. 140 A. Nelson. 6 acres, Tax #14.86. Heed. W. H.. Abat. 140. A. Nel- aon. II* acres, Tax 1190.01. Shannon, P. B.. Abat. 141 A. Nel- aon, 11.07 acres. Tax 114.11. Tlppett, Utile. Abat. 141 A. Nel- m. 2.6 acres, Tax #8.26. Taliaferro. W. f, Abst. 141, A. Puuiphrey. Ill acraa. Tax I4f.ll. loknown Owners. Abst. 141. A. Pumphrwy. SO acres. Tax #11.67. Unknown Owaera. Abat. 141, A. Pumpbrey. 71 acres, Tax 114.41. Slnaleta...

Publication Title: Orange Leader, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 26 June 1929

f r, JUKE28, wJfB foft, (No.; w„ Ornnie, pt Sheldon or Morgan, Ta* acroft, Geo. W., Orange, lot 1. 122, Sheldon or Morgan, Tax Oroft, Geo. W., Orange, lot 8 1182, Sheldon or Morgan, Tax 14«. * :rpffc, Geoj W.. Orange, lot 9 82, Sheldon or Morgan, Tax .!**">.11. ■ i"*• i■«" ■ JEffi 1 croft, Oeo. W., Orange, 1-2 lot 128, Sheldou or Morgan, 194.62. " • A. M. H., Orange, N. 10 It 1, blk. 122, Sheldon or Mor- 1 Tax $21.17. ■ |Tax 121.17. rk, A. M. H., Orange; all lot 2,. 122, Sheldon or Morgan, Tax IT. rk, A. M. n , Orange, 1-2 lot 122, Sheldon or Mor>i¥.' 121.17. rk. A. M. H„ Orange, S 2-2 11, blk. 122, Sheldon or Mor- 121.17. % rk, A. M. H.. Orange: 8 2<3 of If, blk. 122, Sheldon or Mor- [Tax 121.17. l>. C„ Orange, 110x123 ft. |123, Sheldon, Tax $136.95. C. L., Eat., Orange, 1 126, Sheldon, Tax $68.86. Park, Bat.. Orange, lob 1, |2t, Sheldou, Tax >12 45. l| ark, Bat . lot 2, blk. 129. |*a, Tax 112.46. Park, Bat., Orange, lot 2, It, Sheldou, Tax $18.46. Park. Bat., Orange...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 26 June 1929

iitfiiiiiliiiillBII BMW w.wlt D wKPr LEADER Orftngt, lot 4, blk I Orange, lot B, blk. 1.18, TD„ Orange, Jot «, ttk. Ttt UfrW&Wll , ,ot 7'blk' 1, McLean, Tax 18.18. f?Trahan, A. 'feliOriiiM lot: t, blk. 1. MoImo. To 88.18. Trahan, A. D., Orange, lot #, blk. 1. McLean, Tax 88.18. Hoover, Ony. Orange, lot 1, blk. J, McLean, Tax 810,97. McLean, A. 0., Spl., Orange, lot 8. blk. 8, McLean, Tax 88.12. • McLean, A. 0., 8pl., Orange * L". Orange, ?l*^sw,"T.'Tiw «a, Tax*trinr""™f" McLean, A. O., Spl., Orange, lot 11, blk. 2. McLean. Tax 82.18. , McLean A. 0., Spl.. Ornnge. lot 18, blk. 8, McLean. Tax 82.12. MeLean, A. O.. Spl., Orange, lot 18, Wk. 2. McLean. Tax 82.1f. Mclean, A. O., Spl-. Orange, lot 14, blk. 8. McLean. Tax *8.12. McLean, A. O.. Spl., prance, lot 1. blk. 3, McLean, Tax 12.49. , McLean. A. O., Spl. Orange, lot 2, blk. 8, McLean, Tax 82.49. •c-8lcLean. A. 0<, Spl. Orange, lot 3, blk. 3, McLeajt; Tax 82.49. McLean, O.. Spl., Orange, lot 4, blk. 3, McLean. Tax 82.49. Mcl«...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 28 June 1929

JIl Th« omy Southeast T«Lr^* Oil. Farm and - * . .. ?"A'- mitt HI? A \ ■Ml w> ■iTOranrf^ The Leader Invltw* letter* from It* reader* concerning any mat- ter of Interest to the future up- building of Orange. Whether y«n are for or, against the things we are ehaiti[>ionlng, make* no dif- ference. Wo will he glad to print (he letter*. We want the read em of The Leader to feel that-the paper i* an open forum. "pltXNOyTBitABi FBIPAY, JWIIg M| 1DBJ. 9 *■' TRY TRACING ;W,7* Senate Patronage Com- mittee A*k Where Uquor Goes PAN ANTONIO, Texan. June It. (AP>—-What hnppen* to liquor that 1* turned over to Texa* customs of- ficers by the border pnt*ol mu ;o occupy the «enate patronage pom- mttlee ad- tt began the second day of Us. investigation here. Colonel I'. J. Hennessey, former coordinator of the Eighth Corp* area, who said lie was discharged Stockholders in the Or- ange County Fair have been called into session to- night •••' '40t| The purpose of the meet- • less then a month af...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 28 June 1929

mm. r* wm/Rh. * WX:-ZZMJEMU m ife ——-7:7;, —r- ■wpl at billion* *nd they talk •hllr you W*ll. ———— ' nty wa t|e chief of hostesses an th* occu- ' llafn r rafs will he fu'rnl*h*d j nnii ■ W'vp flR mmiwiwi $ys?i*§ ® ®BTSii" *ion ot th* tortalaU** junkMiiR trl« to Kn* U*«*u«. Ifred«rlck*l*il* ha* a nrpAttorful f *rk. There dlp- Bff wa* eetoed -J* Ok open atr by of thi* historic old city. rrir way appear in columna at ' ' Will be Kindly ci tf how *o serve; they know nil about a* hwntullty of early aa w*H « motlern I day*. They fed tour or Ave hundred. Oak* cutting and ... ,w on* ix-uNOMitrr l admitted tattle eatraordl- effort* In th|>- petroleum Indus* im <•"* *K Hresidant and gov- ^ of the Industry their im<j&*andl*t*, have fuilud I check eXlKOl^n at output. |( 1* th* Colorado W*n * gesture and R. Hopkins. pe far Ik* bureau itt-a recent bulletin, lata 111 * that crude oil roe irfaee at UM record what Of 1,700,00* iMtrrels 0 mmp storage faclll If a reason for It. Hopkin* ag...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 28 June 1929

If I r. Friday, / MISS •est i Ji * Jtttu lor this dapsrtmMt moat beraeeivsd baton o'olock on publication data. —- ■■■■ ,, BAJ-nST anCLE* HAVE JOINT MX3TIXO THCRJIDAT Ths W.. 11, circles ol the Tint ''With fifcullwt the*. w. A. the 0.>, tv, 8. and Sunbeam workers. The following program began At 10: e'eioek with the president, Hrs. Bmnle WllUama, In charge: Hymn, 'Loyalty to Chrlsr:" prwyw, "That Our Voung. People Mar Ba Tnufht the True Meaning of Stew- ardahln'f; devotional. Mrs. L. T. Brnnam: viotin solo, Mia* Tereee Parks; talk on Stewardship by Rev. E. A. Ingram; vocal solo, Mlse 6t Il* "Mae Xemlti; a general discus- sion on "Youth antl World Prob- lem"; reading. Mlea DimpU Lotta; program by the Sunbeams;1 hymn. "Footatep* of Jeaus'': prayer, Mr*. MrCor<|Uo<Ule. Tbi> meeting was ihen adjourned and lunvh waa serv- ed In the basement In plcalo style. *• At 1 :«5 o'vloik In the afternoon, the ' rommlltee m 'i*tln* w i called. The devotional * led by Mrs. W. E. jn: JlcComu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 28 June 1929

HE ?JESB*.V ■ * ■ ajfcdi Tj^lt- - M „., .11 in; hlUMiXMr.i ■ mwnni- linii,) WM& SP^rgy? *| ^gisag ■K-*. He Is** mi 4KB ■ '"H, '*«* -tow*. o*t I "W«"* «' putting the 8. W. Brown rod** ground*, thn>. mliva w «^ of ttrutme. In stilfKpIr the seventh nnniniI nMt«0 to *w given I# th.. Hi uuniniit |wlle ! rt« rurtnMMWrfi'ii Jul) t t d 4 had %ri<n eompleied wben •tied twUy.v it the repair and improve- t work / i*ve left nothing un done ilmt "Woutd n«1<) to eon* "f 4^i, iiH"" ■— m*i nnjii.iiwniiii . ' ' ' V: " :. ^BRll ■ ■ ■ — ■■ * — — I- i ALMOST HERE Two Measures Remain For Action Before Adjournment / • f' i>ii>««i'||rhttii " ,M «i|, Kf.UM «*d ft pint* IBM Pin of it brought Cv bo throated. .„ Pt t*M«4 ^ jfllHL. lor lh<£Ihlog .mutually B fOPii life. MM) to Qr-1 labor®,-inarms. r T « . ui.auuioj series wllk ' the aeed. M« it (Imi variety uf gr w T la ih* Qameroti nptrsb*" Inate la four 4a#*. OOsap mado In fnrwrr year* ■ lad It touh Troll i days for the seed lo Ve-a Wl :...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 28 June 1929

FRIDAY, r,w,p| PAIUJNOi Schraeliag **> j. i'.om.u A*..,, . ,| n><*ri« Writei NBW TOKK. .In.,, at <AI>) •iu*t berur* the aturt of th<> fifteenth "ml l,t i '.iun.1 .,f the rlugfeat he- X** S.Utmilttg auU i'ttuUliu I'K'udun, rrferee Arthur Dunovon luolitid anxiously Mt the bloody, Uut- '''" 'I fao*' of the . SpiifilitrOl and MMt; "Art- y«l nil M«*t? Can you go aa?" I'iuIIus non,U between hrul*e<l « .i feature*. ahuuk hi* ticud In a vigaraua no<l unit leai>t><l back ""to ill# fray, uivMb u* u gerad bull toward the mtittulur. l.io.1' night. 8< hiiii'linjj, the ehurti- ahuuter af IHrtlM, «ru the uaUdur, *l>> "in* «nd uuuiidlnw th« (Iimui- Urd. After a alaw beginning, with right of tlte nine mauling monotou- <>ua round that drew continual tie diriea from a crowd of 4G.M0 apee- Uiora. tfelimelirys opened a ulaahlng attack that shook the celebrated Oak of the l*yr«neae. even th<>u«h It failed to eul him down. l"*ulliKi'a k*ad wa bloody...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 28 June 1929

:■ '' • >> ., K« • 80® •-. jTO® tl.00 onljr. Ir- IM Advert t«ln« III writing. #**<m iifwini mi mrroomndnm "thl« roartmijr, MItnOmt to Ttaan 19 i. m. for lh cmmmt for Anmlav edition. CtnMlMloMt or Atuiwlhiw tArfffbtmral* for raiwnt hp mttcr It . •MMWllNllona rwlwl fter thh trrt th fnllimJiif dnr. Tbo IamIM •I nMxnilnn In nil iwlrfd «nrer rnn "t IHMMINt** of «(h Mt 4 «i"1 KM. rool room f rlnn mp«on ** rti>ent*. •Jul Division Phone Ninth. fid Hithenette. ll| rontenlwK I*>i 7(>« fine Vr« BY 'PAUL ROBINSON ;£&■. • • VC ■ - ' Two Strong Menl i : v ■*WL QWKWT - irHS Yoo <r 1 WWSOVtQTO^ om- vr\i\<Mto HO- I •so wdhc flocs/l ccrrA I'M HOT (iowa o*ta TO *rtA* HOUSS — V-fG TRC Arso HC MkS I WAS TW H1S3SO n-ONKlt/ -dsuo m-rtCN?"Tve TO AC €OWG> wsr AND ToOO« A*OMC — fWL DUCKHCWW VlEMCUNQr CATCH OPiN W PCMtMSffQ VIC VJOWT Go nsaq rrrA — HE« OAU. TWOO&HT ro DQOPlM & MHOTW. AHO OP A WTTtt THE RADIO COME (M set Yoo wt 1 T GOOU XOO UVCS rtE CAM n ^OUOKC riENK t- ...

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

'■ >11 ' k-. • ium im i M ill r ■« ■> Or*n*« Lumbar Empire. •— ft ^ 7WSn? '.M If ■' ■ ■ • '•• v * DOG REVEALS TEXAS POISON DEATH Ik. UXkr luyite* letter* from | I its render* concerning any mat- 11« of intermit to the future up- wilding of Orange. Whether y u | are for or acalnat the thing* we | are championing, make* no dif- ference. We will be glad to print I tlio letters. We want Hie reader* of The l<ead«>r to fwl that the pa|)er 1* an open forum. . , -o- -A joint meeting of the 1 Rotary Club and Chamber jof Commerce has been ar- ranged for next Tuesday, at which time Hayne P. Nelm, • president of East Texas Chamber of [Commerce, is to be in Or- iBge. Every local business man 'should attend this meeting. It is very probable that Mr. Nelm will have a mes- sage which will be of inter- est to all of them. The East Texas Cham- ber of Commerce is an or- ganization of all the civic clubs in this section of tlu State. Its objective is lo work for the growth ami develop- ment...

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

ifif , r, rater- sw*t«ea«S *> Pt \XT MU, «K W ,,| AIR ll.ihal the state go Into n otuMux.-rt of mulct Of csment "to the air." A, concurrent resolu- M been Introduced canine upon th# highway commission and 'he board of lurtecut cMtnMonemta Investigate the feasibility of the pisn and report within ntxty day* todtoumwem of the legislature governor on thf c«Mt of in- sufficient state plants and, rice atw Mch cement should manufactured, j} Tm. tj* revolution "to Ip the air." to nit to predict that It will be iMifr th# vote to wrdsred Una I adjournment. Itepraaenta- | (yulnr at Beaumont. Jefferson Mty, ><*|>*nfclng far the resolution. •"Th« cement trust to one| Mat powerful the people to deal with today Tki very w paaa thto resolution th.- feej^ent truat win out the price of , «*£iwpt ao U won't actually ba MfMHj Many ceaMUt, plaMB. • to a paw plant on the fringe ko otty mt Wave of trameiHlnit oapacit) apd kH HalUlvm be- ll Toms to to be 1 rlac etutr of rrope>:tablr , Hi "■...

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

(WSSWB SO, 1929. SPIPSIS ■amuii'ii y THE OJtANGB U2ADEB H ' ... "■'' WJ v j I s^s, ■ . Bridge Tournament Ends; Another To Start Friday Open To Members Of Club RVBINESS AXP 80CUL MEETING fO BE HEU) The regular business «and social meeting for the Degree of Honor will be held at the Odd Fellow* hall at 8 o'clock Monday night. Only routine business has been set for this occasion but a most en- joyable nodal hour has been plan- ned, and it U urged that all mem- bers attend. The first ladles' bridge tourna- There ab0ut thirty fnembers ment of the eeaeop ended Friday af- a few guests present tor this ternoon at the Sunset Orove Coup- afrair. ■■.■'•'■v" ;' / (try etufh. Mrs. James Cochran was [awarded high score prlte for the [stries of g*w«s, being presented with [ « lovely novelty bag. To Mis* Xan- [ ey Qrlgga was given a novelty neck- lace and bracelet for consolation | trophy. The tournament has been of four weel|j)' duration. Each Friday af- ternoon at 4 o'clock the ladles of the club...

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

1 1 \ ' « $ • • irBlgWIlniM ■ *' " THE ORANGE LEADER SUNDAY, J.O> -TMPRUM RUNNERS .,e tjflMftsjgg ■ —4# .A. K^P^W.' tM (Hr^fi Initial Selection of •y fc^iSfc^S R " ' IH KAYflli'NIi >J. uiwyt.)? : H..HVI-,; I IfiStimS®! in witt ; > ■, fiijp " $if Mr ijjpiikl-i£*jciu 'f- iT.l. Jpft ;iKVtcuUural ,.i." ••• ••' ti'Jv't " j ./iyming-' ' "Anaiit *Aj?>ftt(|t -n<*pt*^r, W ■ m <-^vnk . IJIW 4-om- ■'. tkv , .-t-4.tfy hagftwaa. rteri 'ilW M tti > ot.un.otUy prafW it of 1 ' ■ Iff "l ' .•<!•• pk Jt ,4">KUtjliVvuff/n dtn- 0-A tKi.pM* :u V V <v ilfh <*i.ird *ttt fui'etloil. tit> t'r*: ihrc' member^ an- jj*rd eotJlof roll* thr "U'tr&f tfMi :"rHeultttr.iUl> itpcnklnn, of (ii UJi. iii:. kentucky and litsourl One of th m. Jeituu C. 81on<? of 1.. \> cioti. ttH tohaecn krotriim industry; uoothfi. O. B lfeiui.tit uf Ki-itnmst'iii,, Ma.. in tilled * lii livesitoek, anil <h t'arl tVlllhiiiw ill Oklahoma hu for >mm I identified th* Amwiran c'ottos U rowe...

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

RfwS ^ TTTNtt 5M 1Q9U * BwhaMi il WStSM y. ®§$K SWWi y ■•>■>>«: 1 > VteJVlTl ridor Board to Ask for New Btdt for N^w rfl Building ;tH: r1-: Contract for construction of tTio |)dor high school iiuil<U"w at \Mdor, miles' 'wen ot thin |i!:i-.<-,. were Jw.irded. Hutpt-duy ttfi*r-: t^-- ima- s' Uitls bad hoeIV ln-ro. 11! llliiH were, l'cjeclcil ot tie fact th.it tlicy «i :\ not «vltUit> Che iimSl of money available for fthat purpose. According to Lfv'l Singleton, chair- •. J ntan of the _ Vidw board. tlu*re wilt be un effort ma do to reduce cost by .ohahgoa In tho spflteltle'-t- tion wlii order that contralto r may .,! «? nble tn ibid .again. , Yt \viia| understood thai the tutat bids on -the general . nintmcl, in- cluding the hentlng and plumbinij system and electrical work, niri n<ume $6000 to $7000 more' tMun s^i' amount of money available. I K, Myers, of Beaumont was the lowetit bidder on the general cun- act. his I'M being, *40,2 e. Other bid* for the general...

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

Hi. m*. ■?. BbmK■'Ly u jr :fo?w£; I« —— ORANGE LEADER i$:Vr'«:flW0* Si SB® RaUMi ~.BO tdPf ■ /j*M tl« ImiftMM oaljr. In unr-tluif" rat*. for CUimtflM 11 ll I I IjMli ) m( h* In wrtHnijfe Cbiri* Aflc>unt«: MFC «cot'[i wJ fmm p<*wn*a or city fllrrtTiry nn aifWiHaaiiiHii for Ihto rrinrtonj-, bdhmrtlwrr la pn.mptlT. Cloatna Times , until It *. m. >nr the tmtanrt ffnr InMlmr Mltloa. — OuircllminiM; ' |§|fj or (IhninltnM Mlmthdnento for ani>"t hn «f«rt«| tt i. *mt raneHlntlan* rocnivacl nTt«t tbta tk* fWlowJn* <l y. Thr IiMhW tm all <ih wsfilvod. wnt Ctinrantrr ° air <1« -M> 4 and KM. ■ £?W,' - ? Us ETTA KETT ^ *WB I C^SpMTO MAKtt-AHM +4EAD\KAV i6v|AftD erro* HKW5T .'T^PiP* ftTOOtWMY/' mmmh an ."■ lb MAKE *. w.1 JEAkOOS UVHJN f|V£MDls£i V4BRS& A f308H ©W^i Voop-asUf A TRttAT- VWH-l V/WtW TO OAiX MS ON®; THE WOHE ATj ■fii — *"■ ■ | im 11 " . TKtWtV HOVJSS —J WAXT : BY PAUL From the Wrong Place! ^T^Z.>= Sirlw — ii y ""*"i" B Voovs <so- Usahtc A MINJTtltB p ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 1 July 1929

Jgjaap;V' H&SWFmMm><.*: gpgwmicm w* ww:^ ■ ' Ot0h'l. I, *' iV":^;:i\/^' .' .P?l; -; ■:... - . i aim i ^..- _ .••'• rava-A IH^^pip IHiHBMlli j#s| n h|SS PK 1 '<1 I'M I I.II i* an I..IIHII II mi XV, .ORANGE, TEXAS, MONDAY, JULY 1,M8. gL iuw iip^ UE letter* from the future Wbalher |W the thing* we make# no dit- to Kind to prlot WU( Uie readers I to feel tluit the to an open form. •■• - LEGISLATURE NOT TBROOGH Uncertainly Prevails As To Plans for Ad* journment suggestion' made a ago by The Lead- iat the pity street de- cent paint "stalls" for mience in down-town Nfeing seems to have hit (jjfljon^ve cord with mo- generally. idea has been echoed sroils comments re at the«newspaper of- imlicating that the it method of crowd - into a minimum of is far from popular. The womth of Orange been especially ex- live on the subject And it is small wonder, By H. W. BARRY ' Associated Presx Staff Walter AUHW. .Inly 1. <AP>—Members of the 41 *t legislature do nut know whether to poc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 1 July 1929

■L JHBHMI aslWWS imiiiiii li iam Postofflce as Sec- ~the which tear appear in cplumat of The Ltadsr will bo gladly corrected upon it* being brought to attention of "ft those •nguged in rtad the |h court at T#xa . B- WCKJNfi PRACTICAL MEN Prasldrni liuovtt appears to be picking practical taw u member* «t the federal farm board created by the now administration farm 'nM act. -James C. Stone of Kerit*<?ky is the founder and president «f the Bur ley Tobacco Grow or. association. Me will bo designated mm chairman. Hi* association win organised In IK1. Ho til « leader union* the co- operatives, an organisation of which ho l« th« directing head doing a business of IM.t40.tM yearly. dalles B. Denman lo president of the Uvealock Producer* assorts- Uoa; ho Is is owner of a big stock tarn in Mm<> u- His sssselation la .* farmers' c • , era tl r «•. CuBctlonlng In It states sod doing a business of •ltt.ttt.ttt ' annua try 1 Carl WllUsms of Oklahoma sill roprooeat the farmers. " Ho know...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 1 July 1929

W; Calendar TtJKun.vv TSSparu' &tar -WBTnwt at nt tlie Mu-oulc l)ni- Huslltnu. lilrk' t-lrvlc t* Presbyterian i-hun li will ii <-t DiU (t'dml at tin* cliurrli. !• Kudpllly of tlio Hi, rtlUR'h will im-cl M 7:a In I In* puhriol auditorium, A «hii Camp Urt' group Ooic odd It ion will mm at u4 ltie chnrHi. -J 6,: WKDNRHIUV a Y. W. A a"d li. A. itt the 1Iu|MW i*linn*li will wet* t o'clwk at 11*' itarcJi, , Tlii' tMo>okw tump lire group ki'h at 4 o'dix-k ut head- Tb* \\ ciuuuu-lilk i .mili Fire till meet at 4 u'<twfc In Unuili'. niinu M'k Ik-uut) llrklgt- dub Mill Willi MlK J. llouiuU Muitll. tlirrrj. at n o'rtts-fc. Bridge luununww ni Hwia't OMtMtr> Huh at 4 o'l-tnrfc. Mr. John W. IUn for truer- WW-'' ' • ryjiiv^jr v'iffV#* HRBRi!9fcSI jjj&y S± departn«*it must before 9 o'clock on date. J (i ■ . r , '' 'f THE ORANGE LEADER , ■ Come From Behind 8-1 Count To Wi* 14 to 8 " WOt> Ml I-IIM. a mil « KKM ^■■talMwi «xW]r will «Hrt haw N|iiUr meeting thkh t*tk, but pa l Thur...

Publication Title: Orange Leader, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 1 July 1929

£~* ^ • 1( H| I i.iu..,.-''^(-« Vv,--^H| SI HBhWI —,—. BY PAUL ROBINSON I , ■ ■ ■ is 1 ■ 1 i Sscv *.A ■ I 111 Hell Fool 'Em I M +18U© VxMiOH It TV® \H TvAll PvfcJS ? *w (N'UP SHOfil V<0VlfSf ■jtffen-,- ws^tOH^r^* § sons -station DiAOVlUS. pLAJtASlQ/ CAPfiN \ouR„ fcAGV f ld for M time llhWwl Minim tnn Ratea: <70b • 1.00 only. Ir- ik fOr Mmmtlrc for Ctaaalflod Advertising "tr (Til! MMi«> mnthe in wrHtn«. No A4*. ditWOA by telephone la th telephone or etty AreOSry on mmnmnditm only. In return for this conrfesy, (OvwUiMr I* LOOK accepted until l a. m. for the oarrent 4*y m4 • p. w- Haturdwy for Sunday edition. ClUUMM —m CWKeOtllBM! aOrtai UwianmH for tarn ««m«t he acrepted after II k. m. All (teapn and cancellation* WmlnA after thin will take effort the following day. The hmder Will dvo rarefnl attention to all the phone hat rannot guarantee mmt| of ada ao iwHtmI. PImwm 4 and HH. nmt tnliiiMLfcn, BY SWAN SOME Suit HIGH PRESUSURE PETE 4 NO uaof<oe« t otoror <we.r rio PPitV...

Publication Title: Orange Leader, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 2 July 1929

Wmmm esri Mii ■ ■ •: .. °£Z <£« J « a. Farm Wm .1 swt-as! III! I ORANGE, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JULY 2,1924. —- Committee Named To • V v-: ■m" VOLUME XV, mr.' r NUMBER - & • • -' .<• mmmmmmmb MJH' PRESIDENT OF ROTARY WBO IS INSTALLED TODAY Atk Establishment Of Federal Hospital OF UXORICIDE Appoint H. Beck (fina ' 1wW« I Selection by the Rotary UiidiPffMin ™'HI> *1 *i "* 1 1 1 — ' and Tom l>berry, Bogota, ft* mem . ts president for the ensu- ig year is a particularly happy one. Of the entire membership of the organization, there is perhaps none more quali- fied to assume the exclu- sive duties than Mr. Schnit- zel. As a man interested in the development of Orange, he can be counted upon to jteep the Rotary Club in the forefront on all civic mat- ters. • • • The principles of Rotary are of the highest order, and the new president of the organization practices these principles in his daily life. In his business tactics, the Rotary maxim- "Ser- vice Above Self", is espe- cially...

Publication Title: Orange Leader, The
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