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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 20 August 1929

m ■Cs* --""l"'#!1"1 fM ffiflHppHHH «*• ffnSl 1'oHt office M Beoi- MEMBER T««. ll'■■II ' #fTsr fMWCtlPB - M ■ -firm or afjiagr to colum t be gladly cor«f brought to ftti .,;,. .""".i c'> im; fW^Kmommd S.T-FraMl1' #"'VH it .,...,. «rt\ industrial system msy $K ^rth. A pmvnreVWUT fnereusc of •« «■ per tent in A single year In the numbs* tff persoVip going In Off adult ■ « ' • j«c- cation jjf various kinds. night school, T ijmtematlc homo study and attend! J""1 I nc t high Bchool and college. sj onto i# the opinion advanced ,o m mm Of lelltirt, tout' there l tgt added belief that the adult tralnlm 'WM (liifpggftpjjK *fW* bntl to the participai.is In It and to theli ohUffcw.■■ It 'ie!? indicated', even, tl a a. kind* of- friendly rivalry ottti. springs ;up( bqtwepn parents un< children as to which shall make tht mora rapid progroas lit education. ! This* la a' hopeful algn. Should the numbers concerned wl\h adult ctUii'iitloii become largo enough, there might disappear In time the ...

Publication Title: Orange Leader, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 20 August 1929

Ml 1 *«^'|||g|| * WW ST 20, SpMlp'' Mil 111 ar^so 3rd and W) entertained at each unit. >j ■£$.■: ,''v oresr, a former Orange now With the U. 8. Rubb of New Orleans,' ai his wife, is her* on to hi* parents, Mr. and Mrs, J ■ea. #16 Fifth street. fiSil tmm n..w fcw.WJK$lf. 1 V ~ 1 B AV |> v .W. A. o( tll IllSji Ita| - will meet lit 7:30 Ik. church. ' f. B. «r the First liap* will meet at 2:30 iS'' ■- Council uiivijuir ' tatrvlcew at tlio IIkhi- THl'HSHAY "in esoeuUve meeting 111. tit tlie oliureli, auxiliary nulling p. III. at tin? elitiivh. | M. S. missionary and l>u*i- iloii In-Ill nt Hit- Hrst church. beginning uit 10:30 aocieiy with Mrs. .Vint- on Pine street nt 4 p. Hui>py Mine lUnls meet nt Caiwp Fire gnittp moots at tin- liome of Mlaa Ainti-r-Jni on Park utiiuii'. okn t a nip lire group 4 1>. in., at Im-u«I(|uuili-n-. rHlllAY Nn)«u iuii'I at I:3n n'riw-k Hrst Baptist ctmrch. t, Hriilfi* tonrwuurut at Utoir tuautry elab at 4 h' * U4k«' IU > IuiivIkmiu at M Unnr ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 20 August 1929

Ithe orange leader TUESDAY, AUGUST 20, 192$. ! Mnnnt he aftfr 11 a. mbmIMIom rrMlfMl iflrr rhta til# following Amy.' The I,—irr to all ad* rcrrhMl wr M M (MNBtM Ot Ml* M 4 aM ML. Music Hath Charms! ETTA KETT By PAUL ROBINSO mmd£ WANT AD mFoKMATIO* V«U. ik A0CX* "n«6j~ ^fOu 9H0W60CP-V««6 u KISPTHAT OAN CMtfT. i-^^KSiC or XSARiNG. -most THING*/ THAT'S ONE QEASOt MH?| I VANT UWRVftA** AU. DONV Be UKS THAT C*D/ Our "TWi "TOOK T>4S CAB. DC\MN TOtW HOOQ AC© TO HAY6 TT «t A"i*0.' VJ6 ! "WONT GST 1TARTSO Vlsu. J MIGHT AS^BU.Ty^i IMS QftOOOH ANOHAVC A urns Mine VMiiF Wt WAiT/ ow cp tt4c MfiN «r "Wjr CSAftACf "*BFSSK 1 , WAS OBMOrtTfWWC THE 3UCKW RADIO Sir/ PC*. TftAV UlN<2/ fTO*M SE IN^AUEO PI&hmm Vaoo. car.' vwr "nu. WHEAR fr/ tu. Qtr/ A*t«P TO GCT AwA^ r«OM NOfSC TUk NOON/ MCil. ^oiQoVS IVti, w C.au *1 I .«4i, l iirtrii j^ Lc. By SWAN ESRgpipj PTRNISHRD apartment, hotj nd cold watar, *a*. r*ra e Phoaa 884W. 1901 Charrr St. PURNIBHRD roomt, wttft mm. iftftft Mala. PtVfc ROOM baaaa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 21 August 1929

SMI .1 sfo^s ant-rMs aonth«M Ttoir Laabtr, Bka. Oil, Farm ard||6uitrliJ VOLUME XVI ORANGE, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 21. tt . The Leader lnvltea letters Iron lta reader* concfrnlng' any inn! building of ptanie. Whether j-ao are tor or against the things vr< are championing, makes no dif- ference. H> will be glad to print the letters. We want the reader* of The Leader to feel that the paper la an open forant. FLIGHT PLANS NEARLY READY Three Injured In' Louisiana Wreck Three more wete brought to I.utcher hocpH -3T automobile victim*' the Francos SWISS FLYERS For Robbery at Texla An industrial growth which will without question greatly stimulate Orange business seems to have ar- rived. ' During the past week, The Leader has carried news stories regarding a nevy coffin company which has been financed and buildings for which are' now in the process of erection. This new industry will afford employment to pos- sibly fifty people at the outset, with possibilities of growth which make ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 21 August 1929

h. IS .',0c will be m.-i It column* of The to of I'-'•; W I htOWAH ATk JXJOLIMH—JTOT HBAVK Arthur Bchriber and Albert Hum If Uk havo a lot In cemBM—they cm now gyuipatblxe with savb other, hut the iulfik n both Mw of the Atlantic probably will sympathise With neither of them. Arthur, you will remember, to the youth who at owed away on the transatlantic plane, Yellow Bird, JuW before It bopt*ni off from Old Or- rhard. Me., far Parle. Hie added weight Miaeed. tha flight to fall abort el WljMl A>e French filers being (•reed down In Spain when triumph waa aimu*t within their graap. He «ot a cold aeeeptlea whea the frent-h finally reached Paris, you have doabtlooaly rend. . KBX The etery'.ii" Interest it ramlnde ua fooliaf^-k^w aoine folka have Wfrat V* ae a Uwyer i« n o that knowing law to the *« alr' cation—but what en earth Bobby Jenerf grandfathers ity co to do erttb Bobby* <iuallflca- uona a* • eeloiiT Furthermore, hew are bto marvelous Iran shot* coin* to bel l>blm in the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 21 August 1929

« / . iv* i *' >v'; y ■ m 1929. — - •' vw<mfi r" t v THE b idee tf?: -A* .ffvv ■ wk'i, i' ■HMCalendar TIIVKHWAV in *eeuii\c meeting ^•0 p. lit. ut thr dwn.ii< >Uti<in aiivlll;w> moctlm; i>. m. «i the t-Uun-li. It. S. mbwloaiirr biki busi- 'IHftMioi! held 111 uk> Pint ohurcli. Im^uiiIiu iat 10:30 nwlrtr Willi Mr>. Mat- Mi Hint- atrcot «t 4 p. ftuppy Blue Bird.-. uicci at Idock. >ul..< t'«ni|i Hrc group inoeta ocbick ut Uir homo uf Mian VUiiitmiii un I'url. avenue. iwp i'tre group at 4 |>. hi., at litwliiuartri*. IIUIMf Hru«U UMxt at 7 :SO oVl<H k Hr t bihiux church. ■ Ha ilvlMiHtiu ut yUruvn rouiitr) t'Ub. IN ST ill TO dm t i-.ij-mitation (Eastern Wu urnnlution |Mr riluUr ne«tlB| Tuneday at the Masonic tempt* with. aUendu '< They have an Imitation from th. r rk<t|i«r to )«ln thwn la A\- Kubnl Morrt> l*rttida#'en XI Th" meeting >••*/>' IK *nd all members LA■>'. rm< W(i4 14 tow ! </«. m tor ] Wt'MtCtl. / ■ truest W her eota...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 21 August 1929

T" '« .■ 9KM99 ' sffl ANGE LEADER V iWf? "'iWrnSV- W<m •sr.- witua BSKfc Wanted—Vital Information for Bf rtm nr* f Sntwmtr \oS SttN SNOUQH CO«5 AWOtCi TW*QCAD> MM COMT AC urCB TW, DAD.' KMVnMI tUTM! & <r **N. In H> n «mM (itrowWnf <m# V Hi wHHnc.. ,-T^hJm' fttwmo MM DMvntiVI rtr <HrWHn n* fT l*h rntHMF. (*TW*I«W «« *WH1 W ft m fw l H' I «>. MIMM 'nf Htr I 4*r*a tw H* INW«W~I 1 «, ■, Al «* • ■ « nv.1,^ •«< •*«• kmr w«l Mh> «**■« « * •«• Mlnafu* («r. '""• ImwW fll rfw lawful Mtnttmi *• *n am. mvt'nl i«n NOTICE —TM.W. '* «J40 a ATTSnriOl fmm Mill ra|n)||HfiH ■ *v : '''..V ■• ?'«* - VO.'IVf 1 •**— * Jk >>«■>.«._, M 'MMjp1®' ■■ J|p have T*KJBN ■me NUM0Gft o*u Oio'irs AH (UJNO $ WClTNS*— ,1-5 A QlG RBg r~" COuDREO GAP 1 v tl T ww TSSJK IT flKO >*tu. hmd oar •M«r:1V4CRt GlROS '(SAWB^ AOs AMD VWM" WflXOP TO: W5Q0K& AKO tHgi WKteTHW WAMTtO TO m JUTT muYINlTO «HO« >nhoiWW«J CjfvrirfU. ittft, bjr CtntrRl / ;> A—ocUlkm. i«#. "4-s^d HIGH PRESS...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 22 August 1929

* 'if. . . - ' J . • V 'K'liriH i, ™ ^ i >v w mmm IPSS! ars& jjpygaf-^te i g I Th. toU n ^ |EbSt# ■ i g||®* HMi /i WE=■■ -. S - i; ■ ■ ®afii -: SStiS tM* mm " i ii mi nil ORANGE, TEXAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 22, 1929 mm, .... ?*L :mmx\xy-M JkMl1 wm. The Leader invitee letters from lt readers concerning any mat- ter of intercut to the future tip bnildlng of Orange. Whether y«u are for or against the thing* we are championing, maker* no dif- ference. We will be itlad to print- the letter*. We want the reader* of The Leader to feel th tthe paper 1a an open forum,,- A reader of The Leader who has/ fo] lowed newspaper's editorial com- ments on the automobile license requirements of Louisiana and Texas with regard to trucks telephon- ed today to give an insight i,, ujiftttejii are handled elsewhere. A Texas man, she said, moved to New York early this year, taking his auto- mobile, which carried 1929 Texas tags. He has never been mo- lested-but has been allow- ed to operate his car with ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 22 August 1929

ORANGE LEADER "" ^ " 'THURSDAY, AUGUST 22, IMS ■ ■' "" : By PAUL ROBINSON , il® urr'tw fou.cw/ *-j VM TO OEAOTiCED TO GO AHdmsQ INCH/ 1 WOOG tV«W VAMC TrtD^CvDWWOSEO FEWWCR TiBTC vAERE 19 a. W. 8n* h<- rnrrenf for Hr*4ii* ., >*m Cmmlhtlmai oi«lm to rhe^ee «r dl«w.rt*n# '« the HIIHI IwBff run not he " ftrr II *. M All Hmrim and nwrellitloiii **-*" fcoer wHI take off*** the following day. ' NO OSt OK- PACKtMG OAf>' VjE CANV 5W1- CAM^OO fJBAT O«,TM0NOBR.' VMWJTW MATTER ARE twbv *tu; 'thw.KO up" sg&£bs,s*i (iOVS TO PU04, IN TUfttCL PORTAL BUECTT- RAOO *<«£ SO NNE CAH OAHCB T TOR RKNT OFFICE room In Lucaa hulldln*. both, hot Md eoM water: 1*1 Apply to Jo* Lmm. ■' *{}. " FOR haiM *"" rt*v ronibi of ftmltar*. SOI 7th Street. Phone 8*7. TWO houaea located In W«« Oranf* Apply Will KiohHrdwa., Admlntotmtor of Mil. 8. ■ Carr. eatate. Pbkae 474. MODERN I reo® tamaeTali convenience*. 1108. 7th St. roWl-Ppi* *•* Wtfr* Phone 844 o* 1MI. Holle nan a Market and Oroeery Orange Cycle C...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 23 August 1929

PmP ■araifl mWM |jpgp i ftis' aaaSA'j WWII Mii . a** r°ZnMj oiivtliiw f«H/« Siiiw.r.i ■ !•:. \ S'tf* MM ORANG$f TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 23, 1929. miummm Be Ifos* at Launching of "Houston" on September 7th New Bui 03 Virginia MffllH Factory Building Going Up Rapidly IM Km i **ilh « l«rg« force *1/ men on the flood progress in being made to- wurdSeStabllHhlng u typical oil field village for employee pf the Texaj First Trans-Pacific Air mwk ,, g Orange was host yester- r to a large delegation of ler County farmers and business men. \ The visitors were here primarily to inspect our local canning plant, which, it is said, is" one of the best to be found in this part of the country. The Tyler County folks are contemplating estab- lishment of a similar plant. Orange is furnishing the Pacinc ocean the uruf zeppcim. * i i mighty Urrmun air liner, left hero I moaei. u, j. i j p> m._ (or I*os Angeles. • • e 4 |.-or hour* * north wind which < mad* removal from the hangar dan- Here IS a good...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 23 August 1929

ORANGE LEADER mi Ifb* §jp*' pm, unread, «*• wildfire ovfr the country and 1 m fcf* da #*•« , bw* m* y of Ion* in discovering tt-a .iVM^ .h3rvl>* fkntWi lal tWrkv liij E?'- * B —M I .'"■•no MrrrniTNi^/Mna > jHEROISM Time* may change. but the fin* trad It tuna of heroism of •till remain. «R^t| pig One finds tie proofin the thrill- in* atory of the re*eu of throe men ud on* woman from the ara**-toa - ed water* of Lak* Brie after a Clove tand-Pdroll passenger plane hod keen forced town and sunk the other day. Ono man—John Ktaper, • co-pilot of t| * airplane—**• toot, hot the other thro* were Weighted down with taavy flytog clothe* and heavy boot* hot aided hy a life jwreoorver. Cy OaMwoH. the chief pilot of 'the plane, mltae through rough s* mstrn* Caldwell «aa a With mMI mate of Iha <2«a dtaa fret Jitter MM la ad tMg. «%* od to dfkt htm Qtkkii, the ahtp Mtt atam iM Caldwell <*o« hotted dWad artaa* ho told of the iM wninw stflt oH t hope |a the art or Xldlaod tunc, tttraod h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 23 August 1929

#^;W mf£*W$P ';■£ ■•■;f#1 AUGUST 2a, 1 m Will !g?*3gp i ^#HF;3^fSm W#Sra W^mWs W—iMHWUM . WMIMMMMNMMHMM l4 'ylvtfv M ■PMr. v.ii r B$ml| il-1 liilpp^. Wk w% visiton L old MrtLTfom—foyl" Thnrm- jV0tertalned :u three tubles of Thui'ilay evening at their on Pine street In honor of niece, Ittn Vera Keorby of |vllle, Tenn. The hrldgo ttibles pluoed on the cool front porch, *U llRht.il with J a pane** Afters we re u ed la the daeo rations. |dalnty salad course was served ; the following prises were led: Mlsa Helen MeN'elll. high .for the ladle*. Dr. (>. ij. Odom. •core for the tpen, and the |r<« sift. personnel of the party ln- II is* Catherine McLean, Mian •Ine Bruce, Mine Helen McXelll, i Bertie 81ms. and the honor***, snd Mrs. Carlton' Triable, W. Jells, L>. T. Hopaon. t<elgii HliV J. Odom. X Qacar Oancey and lioat and hostoas. , |es MM im AT (Wt'BCH executive eommlttec of the a' society of the Preohyterian met at 3:t# o'clock Thurs- ifternoon, with Mrs. C.eorge presiding. T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 23 August 1929

wm mm THE ( f J' 'a <m£?& k " -f. m — r *m> M r, s ma |.— vfc!< rana WW M«... H y&fwit National I If Held I;-:' ft* i October 14 ANTONIO. Auk. M. —Ttife Old *t| anish Trail nation*] oo«v*n- £n to eleet offlwri and ph u for vel development will be held at H*n UieKo. tftajlf.. on October Mt)t on the arrival of the big transcon- rmmm 'MfMHRM ■ a©eor*ini ,0 announcement t 0«T official*. Ths oonvunnon mi called In eesslon *t St. Ailltustiitr. Florida, follawtn* the motor cad* an# the raunum«nl dedi- cation lust April. then adjourned to *lve the people more time to pre p«r tor mirh an important meet IftjC, The <>HT Motorcade to Cali- fornia. directed h>' '*nsacale Billtern under ft. H 1. W rtkl . chairman, la oaaertrd to take over on the drive from nil parts of Florida and the other OUT stst«-« Throe motonade . the director eta tea. are glrlnc the people rlear underatandlnini not alone of the Steal progreaa «■ the highway It- aeit hut of the «eveWjpm nt and re mu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 23 August 1929

♦ * * '■< < < « 0 « •« 4 4 <N A 4 '4 « « * * 4 «««*'« A 4 <i < Dea Mey fro« •Jioo hi« lor la |u thai IP Oc *• 3c V. •• tlSSSJ® .V't-V '* T77——™r. ' "vx *•' JMC'Ja Losing Streak Upset and Winners Hold Lead Over Houston By aA*LB« TALBOT jjfL ■ Far the wife* oCargumont „Wshita Kail* pitched Qeorire Wuithlnjrton yesterday. and XJjg. a result ;'iH e 8|>uiiar r« were two and one-halt ames nhead of Houston today. The Variety wan welcome to the Hpud- <l<?r* h* the victory endod a four- pmc loainK atrcak for the chnm- pion*-avparent. It wa* Payne'* 2S.r<l vit-mw of the. season. Houston'* h4pea M gaining the tov of the lengur before the end of the aerie* with the northerner* went jtUmim-rlW with th£ game aa the Butt'*. wHl still be a'"game and a half out of firat place If they win today. ' The Waeo-Dalla* game at Wueo, which Waco won 10 to four tu a tough one on pitcher*. td o Dlok- erman was first under the gun and he pitched himetsu out of the ball game, nd a j...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 23 August 1929

if «JP* 1U&.<* ■ Jj iiil *dmim mpu^i ''y W 'i'fy*. )<V. ~^$3|PF ,"' 1 k A Sf A 1 ■ J . ^ ^O|p|H0? ' *® EvL^'t? ■ aHya ■MBMMM « i /■ 1 \ ' leaiurs " ' V, \ , —- t «** SWAWHIKOTOX. P. C.. Augr. .« former Texan, now a eonirrfKamnn Oklahoma, In ridiculing the bill a* reported from the «!,• flnanc* committee mor« wither- then anybody ela*. 1 \('} «• to Representative James V. Ollntlo af 8ny<t«r. Okla. MeClIn- la a native of Groc*be<av Tex.. hi* fondly ha* h «i In 'bu*l- maajr mi*. When Oklahoma opened for aettlemcnt. Mc- wilh t/.hrr yOtin* men from region went to Oklahoma, and he Is a democratic contrrea*-' ur. froiii Oklahonr When the tariff 1,U1. r*rlaa4 by •eaate rommltie'-. was reported. McCtlntle said: "Senator fbnoAt nonnda the note cheer about the tariff bill he and republican rsllrafurt of the fl- aasltte* of the aeaste have bronchi out all wvkt't* rejoice that While MlraM return In revenue is than It would have on lb* Hawtoy bill. It ln*rea*«a tax ob the public t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 23 August 1929

1, I P' m$n I I s B|||l ' ;v'v J r I I i I !©W$Wi f,v '?■ * '& -'' ' ! 9 mmmm /fc nB v® - ■ #p tKoKSs 111 «■«* HRT^Bnn P «LjfcS ■■ CTSfflK kHSsMNM •: ,^■9 *.'1 '■ iiMm 4.--* *« •• . p t fjpf J'age S ■ 'S: i « . >.••;•• iivi' •SB®PSpy®«i W'Tfiimfiss ■ 9 SlS7 ^fW —j, ■J; " ' ■ ui** ■■ ;$VAVrffl HHte VI- . 'V \ 4/Ctf wySfb-- 1VV'\V?& Ilka • ' ■ ' "•;vv■'* ■' ■ .;; '" Pursuing our policy not tdjjparry merchandise over# we are offering- HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX, SOCIETY BRAND and Other Fine Make* . SPRING and SUMMER SUITS kjy ■? r.50 .50 *25.00 '27.50 29.50 +:• S Suits Now Suits Now Suits Now Suits Now SuitsNow Suits Now 12.50 '13.75 '14.75 '16.25 35.00 mi W: Suits Now W^O\ * SuitsNow 17.50 . mmz '.■mm | • A . "w- •_• ' ' * # - - Many are suitable for Fall wear m fact for + \ m. vM> t - • - l ' 1 ■ I CAN FIT YOU 1 _ ~— ■> '■ It LY ■ f 1 | & mUBmm SPWsEl \ I F \ / & $ msm 21^1501 ,)*' W^IVlir •***• J r f* if'fzaji lj \\ 4;lr2a£ 'iI £21 * uYr£ JlTl <«S&i ?...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 23 August 1929

A Penny f or Hi Thoughts r*twi nr« f..r ooa erat *r Insert iniM Italy, tr. „ Ordwi aad Onnr«lWlfl« for ClwMlfM XfhrwtMan l* « "tf" <®W Fortidto) mm* be In wrM**. ** CMMK pMHIMiy. ' -JSgsPSfflSS Clnelna Time: W«" Ada arcYtptud util I* a. m. fnr Ihr mrmil V Ml • p. m.. Meturday fnr KunAor Million. (lliHM — Ckmllathwii Oltol to (h«lfi Mr dlwontlniM* IHrrft«riwiil« fnr M IHIWI d*jr'« leave naanot be acr«ix W| after II a. u AH tkaajM a ad ratralUtkmi received after tkb er wm take effect the following day. The I<eader IQ give careful attention to all «!• recetred neet HI )APW HMMlll MM| of a4R BO toOftt iXAunFu./ Y>u (KniNDMEOf AN E&TPTIAN prince OI?it"UNvo HWCHG TUE NlfcJr—Kl IDEA Or gBflWSS? I ; TE 0^NOB UW ■ ■ ¥ pgagBSi; MM ETTA KETT . •«*••• mf I C8RrAi*C1 AH 8Njfc<mC ZHBfc KWt Me pM- word A^HAnt rc 6£>V>Sip/ 1 COOWD SIT JP All Niwit- j * AMD lOOK ^ f** V'CVI I ipwi % fP.ofcwR ^ Won wr Window 7— mi all order* paid for at Ume 10-Woed Mloliuutn fUtaat ..-kw... V ;$...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 25 August 1929

KfBHWSr dSPiM' m. m v«r-; roNSCPH .' 4HwWSjEif5®S®pJ • . ;• &£&& jm MSB ';vV^r7- ^Pfp^;¥p ^^vv' " * -■ < .'■■-%■■. V,v^ PSRSWJ $~.y' ASf*? •••••.«• rf •••" i-r* sMP(8HH!KI*BgWll| <$%« WW — §g - a Mil ' - t3w &u4 • ''' flV- &. &#Ff ■Hp#K>.iJ M l#' V-v ■P >< ■ ■ ■<. .,vV-.,.. i > • < | mm. n. VOLUME XVI ORANGE, TEXASfc SUNDAY AUGUST 26,|9293fci fmeSSm W'. KNOW ORANGE r- &'f 14 p !p#' By DAVE R. NELSON Manager Stork Farming Interests ——« I think it is agreed that the responsibility for the development of Orange County rests largely with its present citizenship. For this citizenship to work out plans, it would seem that it is most essen- tial that they know what they have to work with. * * * Beginning with the sale of lands, I think that the operation of a title guaran- ty company is very essen- tial, as a large percent of the titles of Orange Coun- ty land are at least not in such shape that a good title lawyer would approve them. • •...

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 — 25 August 1929

m §**£■ BkI gWri' i' jsg' i PBBM MBuaao Mr * I-^ rM?>/■' ,...WM.,|<).00 r mwm • *j\v^'ir J i.;.. i.MMirrf i |L I I THJE BKU HAS* ADVANTAGE DUnKltiUNC ▲ v,«c tion motor trip through the American country "id" load* to a number ot interesting conclusions— atnong them Up ii.-agki,- >■*-, the rich man'. sdvaotsgs over the poor hum is growing mailer every year FUtee* >ear ago. cross-country motoring wu * recrealiun cM|m4 largely to Um well-to-do. It too* a fair* expensive «*r to mat up •«4ar Um dMIy grtad «( long-dis- tance Mnn| . Trawling sapensee were heavy. If the p*or man tried such a trip k* to* to put tip with many hind. «l dtaeoaMart. strain his ihnriri NM u ik* tan * J mis. maay *f UM nil* to whleh the rich staa's oar carried him.. Teday there are MJUsae «l Mar- jbCT Iff - T M«gy parent* tomean the tact that their children don't realise thf1 ot Mow <*" thcy' When ikey can Jt it (or m sit- ing r Thar nettar have the ehanoe olmeking mere g#ta of money to your child, s...

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 — 25 August 1929

p I 25, 1929. 11 " """"■ —- THE OUNOI IEA&IK ■■IP III III. in I ■ PACE * PARTIES FOR VISITORS AND ANNOUNCEMENT PARTY PROVE FEATURES OF SOCIAL WEEK Si ■ | • , • . • ■ 4, - . . ( The presence of a number of attractive visitors in Orange has been a feature of the social calendar dur- ing the past week. Included in these are two parties at which Miss Dorothy Gray Leonard of Beaumont Sims, Lyndel Newman, Velma Me- PfcrkiM, Wlnnl* Crtm; Oorg* Nor*, worthy, Qlynn Flt«f r*ld. a org* Anderson, Jimmie Murphy. Bill OmmoM, HUrey Dor«n, Pat Bur- ton, Be land Pop# and Boy Sol*- mix FvunocR m HOXORKK AT PARTT Mrs. A. Paiahar entertained Fri- day afternoon at her home. Ill College vtreet. with a birthday par- ty in honor of her daugkter, Helen. has been the honoree, one given by her hostess, Miss pia°ed"Jd °^d°uT.V*51 Eola Gunstream, and the other by Mrs. B. C. McDon- {;,r'ktyJS2f%a^ut «d %S menta of lee cream and cake was waa aerved The honoree vaa pre- aented with a number of gtfu. s ougb. Mi...

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