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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 26 January 1923

iJr mMlx ill through* courtesy! -Sir |lj it Uw )■ I I OF OILANi — .augpg - when tho *' Sft*: ;ii . u . te «m smirsrrta" ™* u •* .^Tnv-tv <* i — FOR RENC If isissaBe««BiBnss*ta<ta Maisseip mi>rni>tlnn n*,l I.. ii KOR IU&NTll ■ Furnished light house, keying u-oorns, l close |p Modern" •.onvauiejuiwus. Apply . immediately. * \f sOT KIN0 S&3 fo«. modern japartments Wi,tU or, without £{ua«e. ajraw i MB WW*/ HeE? m iam ti-ioom iioui e ut , J 'JJtU eflta street, witu uaiu uuu ,«• garage. Apply Miller* Oouii atoro, or col; 71*. $f • $"""* y", y-"'■->>.■■- J I '', ill.I| ^IH<* IHII m nji I j. || - mi ',,, FURNISHED APARTM EN'j'S* con- veniences uuj fuel, iit/Y Alum. iMiouc 41 a. „ ^ ;-?OU ltEWT: Light . housekeeping room* with conveniences. iuu Cypres* or ring f4j>- •., FOR RENT: itooui anil board ciote , \ ; ia. b\)i trout St. i'hone It 11. ! FOIL RENT; ii-room uufurnlaueu •' apartments, private bath, writer 4 th and Kim. Mrs. Geo. Can. :, FOR RENT: Two ana t...

Publication Title: Orange Daily Leader, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 26 January 1923

" iWtm i; ..-per BpM (Continued fr V'"i books! largest* "wifi'' '.n't i#of Jab. 26.—Mejr Rouse bttier enemies since the •ad murder of Watt Dan-< Thos. Richards by a hooded I last August began to forget tbelr today following adjourn- Of the open hearing Into ter- activiti^s. sn§§|| f; Mr. Yount* is newspaper adv ... ed how in Houston, 55 month of all uceountjr oil;.,—T . .. sre collected through consistent useK'ven n diamond a d sapphire dinner of advertising space in dgily uewspa- [ring. Second prise is a valuable wHat |>ere. In illast rat log advertising val- watch and third, a string of blue bird ues, he stated Dallas, which Is* the ansae site as Houston, jrtts b«t 25 per cent per month on collections. He stated, however, thst Qallas re- cently has started a campaign of ad- vertising and will surely |p<proase the collection percentage there. iMp!! '■t Vfltf' TWENTY FIVE (Continued from page 1) Rttles , I tlous of the city, including the Y. M. ials and leaders in the commu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 28 January 1923

^M^ktmmwmmmmKrn Wmmfimam P m r§k>:-\!■■::■) ij'M,^:1 Mk'l 4S>W ^ \i k' | change! . It used to be that persons (committed suicide & *v the gas. Now they step on It. MORE WO® for speeders on the onorete road. County traffic of- '*«£* a motorcycle and sidecar. '•■« % *■ J • METHODS of manufacturing bootleg liquor are Improving. The tWo AO-gallon stills the ^ sheriff found orfl by the Orange oil field not only were of hR-copper con- struction, Jbut each had a con- jnser attached. Very latest' Is ijerh whiskey distilling in Or- age county. .v Bvrui )MjWm flb? mfc DOLLARS DON'T last as long as i " they once did. Even the goverh- i meht finds ;.y out quicker. m rT''' out sliver ones wear fry.: w. w * F 1H1P % j i ■ * }r' >:>■ Mhi**#• fc' -: ? . WE NOTE In National Fashion Hint! where coal dealers will 'con- tinue to wear diamonds for sev- eral years. THAT BAYONET France has pressed against German's midriff Is called an economic pressure. m STATESMEN COULD more sanely adjust...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 28 January 1923

. -V'.vf V-. -.v' >'!>• • . : , '"'."vv • • w is Jan. 27.—Appreciation co-operation which has been bjr the governor of Texas and la |n the enforcement ibltion lava with the suchco-operation would waa OKpressed by R. A. national prohibition com- in an official visit made official to Got. Neff in the 'a private office this morning, oner Haynes strongly rec- that the Texas legisla- te a law providing for ro- of those officers who fail or nagZeet to do their duty in enforc- ing the liquor laws which waa a direct recommendation of Gov. MoCTt bill now ponding in the leg- islature and known aa the quo war- ranto removal Ulf. . |f® Oil, .ii,.' . • Headpchew, rheumatism, etc., at my office over 8toro. Dr. B. R. Nichols, ractor. CHICAGO, Jan. 27.—Women who appelaltae in athletic contests .lose their beauty and feminine charm, In- diana Giberso^i, prominent artist declared in an interview here today. Women athletes are eyesores to the landscape, according to Glberson, who frowne on profe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 28 January 1923

■ -v :. W' :j ■;:.,.i a:.- w*m$t S'!: l ym m $PS ■IS. Pi M | p I Kim JHPJJiP PPCpa & jhrkB ,* ft' ,«t®5 IPE.-, t * .', i :"-?W«7|8 ■■m l'<4.wi* ®; :■ till ' r p# k I) V I!#**1 pf! em§L - I •Jllf •'■,«. $ « i. *#& ■ pi %■*: V t? 91 1?^ ■a#'",*;- IS , Honor r- Odd Fel *t 7:30. >vi p Hadfco — Mrs. R., Lee 1404 Jobs street at M6. amp Wenona — Headquarters at 4 o'clock. iM Camp Mudjefceewls •.— Mrs. W. C. Griggs, 608 Sixth street, at 4 o'clock, v Parent - Teachers" association of Anderson school — At high school at 3:30. TUBHBAV- ;•;!,/■;'■ Tuesday Bridge, club Mrs. W. C. English, 1107 Green avenue, at 3 o'clock. Silver Tea — Christ Ian church benefit — Mrs. A. J. Schnitsel, 909 Fifth street, 2 to 6 oelocK. •>; Mothers' Department of Wo- man 's club Chamber of com- merce, at'3:30. Camp Tehas — Mrs. Steele Camphell. 1002 Eighth street at 3:30. Oak Tree Nest — Blue Birds— Mr*. T. C. Ford, Fifth and Elm, at 4 o'clock. i . ^ .■ « WEDNESDAY— Wednesday Bridge club — Mrs. Edgar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 28 January 1923

mm WW ■MB®®™ Mpi IL ,V«eS * m *i [ Childless o #ocla) the country for I jft' , the children of ' * alley," who by their far ex- Ar- iitm £ great is th«~de- „«ioth<«f toi* & the mother In- coming to New • cities for J>o eJes3 J s welling «9 been biassed v The hus- the ladder of mothers have e social el/ something ^ ,heir try wand which sd the lives ot waifs from walla to luxary ana education was waiv- ajnent families here. Walter £. Heller r York a baby John and lr fortune, feller « Km> «£,' fjm of itunond * er Mrs. Schiff C' *;t $tt>y gha. | H^i-ry Tftua- Btopo dealer, adopt- caildcea, including Mnrtaa, '" M;?' " t:- *v *:■■■-.< r4 E '* and Tops, avenue. Lived in IIA. JpU. 27. — Mr. Jonathan W. i;h Inlin, of near here, ware wed aeten- ' ago and claim the of being the only conple State*'V ho have never b1—anil, lived together v-"' '■ V'*. -a- -■ ■ ■ pie wara married on April and thia April plan to their seventy-sesoud wed- ShaiulinT is 92 and Mrs. Shalnllne Is in n...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 28 January 1923

i marche * While mm~r\ ■itboi roMi fl'frWi r® ( ■jtVW lrnntc 'greatest! son£ writer, baVlng ln W Jtffr ««0 so^gs, h© als tor orchestra «ud . piano. The "Marche Mllltalro" was originally Written as a, duut-tpr plaup It hub been ttauBcytl <xl for orchestra with wonderful effect. The march la In rather idealised style and.sbg- goats a fete or concert. The wopd- Wlnd* are Med to advantage and give rich coloring to the nwlody at «re- ^inent bterv l*^;|0r:?|i:-M? ;^jg$• 1 Thu uumb6r opens with an lutro- duetory phrase which la really a part of the thewe. The rhythm oi this t ^traduction . nugggita the booming |Of the brisu drums thundering* oui march time. Following this fertile melody, a pleasing theme for woodwinds, which on Ks second appearance, la backed by trumpets lu la'bugloWlke fanfare. ■ ¥ —' 1 Morboro, New Hampshire, where ho lived In quiet and coyteutmout. H« has, passed this spirit o* content ment on to others through such com- positions g« To a Wild,Rose.1' *"''"""" i11'' ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 28 January 1923

vmemm HVPPHHH ' - ,"i 5 i ' "v.''-1;. .. . ■ v. ■■/:- '( - ■ ■ i. • hm —i tji Here S Upon arrival here, tl A J5 (Com i'lH tody.' r. Me Page One) 1 thv exprai office Tally got tn touch with McDonald almost «t ttie man and they laid their "plans."! t that Taylor was appce- Intensive watch was kept. how-; atrolninn Clarence Coo,- «««> «nt,J date of, , the arrival of the shipment was eati-> iupan led Deaman on tne mated. Chief Denman, also, had been ' vv.< ■ ■ ^ ring the day and was avail- Upped on ^ 8htpjnent of drugg J R £ Q rmg Committee of ment at* Hands of furiated Vigilantes. LITTLE ROCK, Ark., Jiui. 27. of the * the two men were taken here and was preparing to initiate He was not needed, acUon t0 con(tetidtte lt when Tully | meld. likewise, offtr-„rrived. The Chief's attention was to arrest. * dlrectwj t0 the affair through a com- 2$ OBt Til plaint from Dr. Thomas himself, oftlc^* iwww m«m into then formerly a practicing physician here, j w ttbu'k.utv .. > vu« vuu«)vj...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 28 January 1923

m i • ™. i f 'vV'v ."J. WfJ Jm . $' i _ t r '■■■'' I i HV' bt/v. Ife*/ . jm- Ifefe y$t- * n- h?.° ■WV '• K K". | b§ ; >>*: + . - • fc,..V " <"• f VOLUME IX. [^r5^vFr/^SjW I MMMl ■'.■• ,"f w- y ] 1 iligy 1 1 §m ■ riA J lb ":•* • 4!, 1 hm ,• i:V 1 m- &l ORANGE, TEXAS, SUNDAY, JANUARY 28, 1923. <r T~* >3 > , • «!.,,■■;■■■ r/.y. ^ *>■' '■■■ mi j i'ii> > j,r; in H iii 11i i iWii'iV' <^vvi^^^9^SjSfe^SI3383iBBBBBB _ _ i. i. ■.... ^ i_i — Li - : - i ■- ■ > ■ $ IS ISSUED TO BIG 'Stough Life, Girls! WASHINGTON, Jan. 27.—\ warn- ing to big business tlint It Is on trial before the puople of the United States was uttered hero today by Col. Robert W. Stewn.rt or Chicago, chair- man of the board of directors of the Standard Oil company of Indiana. Stewart himself, one of the most powerful industrial leaders of the na- tion. In an exclusive interview with the United Press said bir: business must reform itself where it needs re- forming. "Industry is confronted w...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 28 January 1923

I HMH <H ''"> i. '■ .'■- ; ±^±M& afternoon except Saturday end Sunday moraine at SOI Street by the Orange Printing Company. . n, B. D. RICHMOND. Business Manager. 'v ' i at the Orange, Texas, postofflce aa second-class matter. JHapNr United Preaa Association Bldg., Blvd., « to atftaayee* mm month, BO eearts; Representatives: Knill-Burke, Inc., Brokaw r. New York City; South Michigan V standing or reputation of any appear In the columns of The being brought to the attention Wo. 4 or , JANUARY 28,1923. iP:i ' «g TWO VIEWPOINTS iking for the state of Illinois, Attorney General Brundage has announced' that the state will me its prosecution of those indicted in connection £ Herron mine riots. Speaking for the defense, ul Angus W. Kerr made this declaration: was the only righteous verdict which could have rendered, and it ought to be the birth of a new the industrial disputes of America, and the abol- ent of the use of hired gunmen in controversies eeh capital and labor." W. J. ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 28 January 1923

B ■ i HHHMP® ■ H ? ■ ^#^%4 $-&tff"'-'':'' '■: ;iwf| -Wx. WI- aa 1 j " •••■ ';;. - ; r •. , ♦ ^ 23* _ if® mmm TBI ORANGE DAILY LEADER taw u 10 ft. m. •am© day's* paper. Anything £?iedla^ueIri0«O'CIwk4WiU/pp*u: * the next day's *(111100. uhonn fh K .e ln advance. They will b« taken oyer «>II, trough courtesy, but have change ready yhen the „ t—ik* ii > %m. Kin « \?®° * Un* 'or first" lnsertlonJl~6a~a~ llne_for~all "ihSTsBflM* X8iX W°rd- t0 tbe Ho ** accepted lift' " ' MfcM?HONl 4 and M. WltENT roe old home town ■ • ^Furnished light house- iroorns, clbse in. Modern lonccs. Apply Immediately. W 53 for modern apartments *h or without garagei ~-r-tT: G-room House ut i oS jpMh street, with bath und ., Apply MUl#fa Cash Store, 114. 1L (£i ■ • ■ SHED ApAItTMENTS, con- Ulenccs und fuel. 1107 Mum. 213. * Light , housekeeping with conveniences. 1005 •or ring 745. si : Hoom and board close 104 Front St. Phone 317. t&NT: a-rooiu unfurnished lents, private bath, corner Elm. Mrs. Geo....

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 28 January 1923

y J iffl tfj, tt; It ;<:w ffilii .I.. .„!>! . Hi' L.^IW JS ,A;-' ,vv-5\■■■.•■'y ■;< *V*■■ ■?« wigM jTAm Famous Film Will Be Shown There Next tti" ■;' " "' .! 1 ft - vv<«< • V-< ' tesday, Matinee And Night A Scene Prom THE PRISONER OF ZENDA Story of The Prisoner of Zenda Rurltanla, a smalt kingdom in Central Europe, is in a political tan- gle. The new king, Rudolf, awaits coronation. Ilis brother. Black Michael, plans a coop d'etat in an attempt to sceise the throne. Rudolf 1 dissipated, weak and vacillating; Michael, forceful and unscrupulous. Wearied by the coronation prepar- ations Rudolf accepts Michact's invi- tation to'spend the interval before cornation at Michael's hunting lodge at Zenda% He goes, accompanied byi his military aide. Colonel Sapt, and i Count Frit* von Tnrlenheim. In the; eZnda forest the king's companions! meet a young Englishman, Rudolf Rassendyll, and are struck by his perfect resemblance to the king. They bring him, to the hunting lodge. R...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 28 January 1923

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 28 January 1923

I m :fija ■ Hp 1 ? ; nois ] of tY t l the i they t 1 and in tl to ui m v and anc fr IIC«L iff' ' • ih- >V ; ■'' iiirt ImSS* !.S< ^pipfl"5 Pwto roll ••>" k~A'-'''''*'■■ •.'■ V-' ■iif, - ■■■■ ). !1. -L ^ ^ "4 ■ mm®* rin ■ wSK^.' * .it, • ■ ■ « •, . 1 • • h ■■. ' ?;•*. $ ,Jv-:,,'- ' 5 *# 1 . •' % ■ :>v" ;: ,Sf: I / GU5 I WANT /MAFPrio FR0P05EI lb Mi5S Jones PUT ME KEEPS PUTltNGlT OFF. You GOUPTOIHE HOUSE ANpTALK 1b mn ANP MAKH 'HIM6ET BlfcY, Ut BE HO«t AS $ootf A* I finish MY lARKtfiNG 'Wa «jm- • .).•!£% Jwj9ff90B 111111 \ KAKE-OTT I ■. ■ fxm-. T ■•■ a : rAlKS /ftN I L LAfe -flutf] 4 Borrower TROH >L vAWp A BOX Of GOobi CIGARS FOR HIM. WHERE 0*N I ' LEAVE: IT ! PUT IT OtA THE] MATTEL ?1ECE [TUEKE KAY PE •Time yet* iMrsv, bjwxi i.f" ; i;u-iu;: ; ■HwhreNl^^m \ ■?'4K - : :-i- •;HI «SS f - ♦: 3 SsinSfiRl . . :-*ri S®i# *r,. •< /* jL; ,«x •i/i WAS RIGHT!, ( ( A :%5 LjA' ilii.-K - V-"i' ':*. 'own on v'.,- >>.■ .:, : ' 1; ••-■•, -'.rr'x tke Fi 4 '':Y>:*': ' M . WAI ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 28 January 1923

m {'" it?} v -' '"'.'iV ,-s* ■ - •-*> *- ■'''. mh r^RkVv' iTO^O 4M •W, JB* . ',> - V/' XyJShr^ Mwei & , m uy" ~ MMBBSlf "HORRORS! IMMY.Mftft 0ROWNJ TO CAUU. I 0A0V OUT FOR A RlDC IN FRObTT OF *me house while w« HAve A GOOD TAU<. tMMV v/oR-Sie eLAue-s,, 006- AW WHEReS JIMMY?' CHILD f ■':. V'XT 8 LAW Ra a iram ?• ■ . 'MW *pHL$' MOiHeft life s&lwi ^HK JTITJ J .v &L m M ■& smm Tl. '00 a ao HOOK LADDER Oww siw 5TOT *, rOlMMY. HAVE you AMD II . ) THE &ABY DjBBN H6R« ^ 'IImhmi, •iTfrY AT HOf^e AU-*THe "HMB f* i simply cant f i lets WA T.^ND WHY. YES .MO"TMt=R, I H ITCHCO *BSANS * TO TMe BUG<W AM* then I "TbOK "The BABY OUT so \*e COULD PLAY," • •ill p"fe.vv':«v >..y •«. .'w.v■•, .'. mx ■•J I® <■ ww^': ■ i m? Jl- Mf mk ' til trriir J'fft VW ' ^ ••«. //■•; V* # a.*•%' • •. •' -H* ■ fi' ■ •**. • V, •>■■' V.ku^ A:. / n^.« r« . • • v„ > . .... EKs i->' ■ \% "' ■ ■■ *rf. ■ -.(>:■ -■ ..; : \« -*•# . ?w ?< ■•.>.<.- ■,- |a '1' •'': ' 'i '. ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 28 January 1923

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 29 January 1923

'fa " v.;'. $ £'$1' fi-ifft Sra 1; n 5 j* • •«*v > lw KPt .> i mm mmr* enae of eleven Car- ter county men chaYged jointly with tha murder of three men during an *80 ws*. «gpected to be asked by de- ^ttorne|fewhen t^itae .to. v0 Each of the msn would be tried separately^, according to plana of the \ i line three men of wfiom these „', eleven were charged ofntartering were found deed in a field near the hop>e of tys cerrw following,* raM by a bend on the Cerroi home locat- ed «^r Wilson.;; V v ■*": ill ■ITnlrVilMTnrIT &U- Launch Nation- wide Search. *V V m: NEW YORK, Jen. 29.—An inter- national: ( search for Mortimer E. , Lautman, Pittsburg department ■tore official Who disappeared here Thursday while , carrying upwards of 950,000 was Instituted by police who ordered his errest "for grand larceny," today. ■>. Telegrams asking detention of Lautman were sent police In prin- ciple cities of the United States and , Canada after a Ney York lace man- ufacturer complained he ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 29 January 1923

rw® wm-; ?a Publish |v " *Mff -"J .? ;> Texas, ' I viiai||[C(i (! ' for Advertis- f . — Amoni .<he Ubrsry of the Uni- tew arc copies of a which *u published In t s*t «M X«M. tli , „ jm - • tmm ite- edited (Kb week, fir* copy Mas dated Hay 28, k Hw curious term* upon tbe general public received at the beginning Om column of the first this statement it to the price of the paper ,frt annum. It paid I* ad- fr within two months of the time of subscribing. $3 if paid af- twa months after subscribing, ana- Kltf paid after the end of the Mr .vhacriMns. Bates for ad- ■re given as $1 a square or and 50 cents a ererjr subsequent Inser- % liberal discount was of- 9r yearly advertisements. HB.wsre T. A. and F. J tfce latter being the sole aatfl Jviy I, 1549. when tlH borated, with R. W. Lough fitems appearing la the paper are as follows: tents of a contest be- selling subaerip- ► to the Saturday'E^ening Post forming,Saturday Evening Post mouncement* • of postal tlon notices, professional c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 29 January 1923

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Publication Title: Orange Daily Leader, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 29 January 1923

. 1 C J# tig •it tod SWOTS! uty Ul South Michigan characw*, m^tliw' tB ittAntlOQ ImB •to. a <* ap. ''' •>/' *K ?: SMSs nl mjm Wm ,—v" Ppggg&M j||p '4 $SS 8M|.| Kh|1 jNSrat ki*, 1 rf litr>\ r '• ,.in DAY, JANUARY 29, 1SBJ.' VIEWPOINT OF EDUCATOR. llpHBPutler Praai H^- was given a complimentary vote identlal nomination by, the New York dele- sat in the Chicago convention. - ttte in said of the masterful scholars jn the politics, oif • ^$mWw address i&e/.afmual midwinter bar a^)cia^|(^i *ahd in that ;I|hoo4 that the 18th matter at what B,r^' .'-;' ;v' a 'am| ^'^ifrked th£ prohibition amendment to the 15th afe|t to the constitution oftfte UnitedStatea, was proclaimed in 1870, and granted negro suf- _|i$B^Wo important and lawmade influences {which iare making and seem likely to make fbr laifrlessh j ^ Th,■, ^ > v; -it - hp&g*o votefe\$n those ; statue jthe 1,5th amendment was passed, -r.V "? \i£ *nvtfo* * ' r*♦*> re is Ho li to e e 2W nt\ has heen ^enounted i M...

Publication Title: Orange Daily Leader, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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