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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 29 January 1923

1 f|n £ ilia |M Jlrit < * |Su word, to ;p; p^r'WM^PHOJWi'# R W<* eda WR HJSNT: i ■"'•" ■"' ^ nlli apartmettiij without garage. wtrr^Wft FOR It at «■> Fifteenth street; with bam auU VUM*% Appl :M|ller's ya«h Store, or calj 714, - ; ' . §£•'•>UL 'J ''>'J/Kxi ' ■'**'>" FOR :$SR FOR Light , housekeeping conveniences. iuu or ring 746. in. 001 Front du 'Phono 317. F(?R RENT: S-room u&ujrnlshed apartmenta, private •—« — 4th Mrs. ii FOR tuBn;'~ii rooms. Of The Telephones telujpuuuo seeina mwpie an instrument, it tides .iia work so quite' ly thai a iti aiuicuii to realise the *aot una cotupivx equipment, tuu uei- KdW and inanuoiu aujustmenia, the «hasele*a human care in the central oUice. • _ «. • Behind the scfehee is the terminal t all the underground and overhead and bohrd ctoe* line, on the streets and }ilghw«tys. " **" "" Here are the cable vaults:'the great ateei frames containing tfie thousands of separate wires and fuses for the subscribers' llneq; the giant swi...

Publication Title: Orange Daily Leader, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 29 January 1923

iV . ~ obstruction of a 10-incb cast ifan f M«f mora . than two miles In *h for the purpose of draining Oil and salt water from the ell field without pollution of *o<! other Stream*, had f ,hhlf-#sy teartt today. m ot drainage la being the Humble Oil A Refining and la htfag financed by > « ."M*®.** operating to who will to Rite use of the fja disposing of salt water- Completed, it la understood ! work wllf hare cost « toUl of Fifteen million barrels of water l* accommodated by the drain line which will prevent the«wa- from flowing even inter Sabine /The accumulated salt water Wiste oil will ran oft through r of feeder pipe lines leading Into the mars bet. Urn-salt wtter wilj he taken from rations taabes of the field from that will feed Into the central tank of 20,000 barrel car Jty ou,.;.!rt e Gulfs Winfree J An 18-inch concrete gravity a quarter of a mile in length convey the water from the va- lines directly.into the hie stor- J f tank where two powerful pumps 11 forward til...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 30 January 1923

■sun* W<i?W^WS>MV% f J ' \/ff 1 -V- '£:'•&pS^'t; w%!-< ""';■ "■ ■; , '" ■ ,;■ •'■' ■ "" 1 :,'"f , .-*■"" —?— 1 *■—-— ——^ ME IX. . ORANGE, TEXAS, TUESDj m,.,.. — i' i' I, .v. ^ji iiii'ii ii I, ii|iii'1 j -i i11 i'i'. '^'i . i [i1...., i....... i. , .... ' i' . - ■ . ' _ _ . _ nA|m 1|t RSI thought: Seems if Europe W on edge and we're llllyufraid some one** going to "V'* ' f T, . , • _ golden opportunity of a Wfm lo**8.- Bp not rail to hoar ' rry F. Atwood at the .First Bap- church tonight at a o'clock. Mr, twood primurtiy Is nn entertainer, ("very delightful one, but he has gov- rniiii.'iilal illn at his fihger*tipa and hetliOr you agree with him or not. some mighty good remedies, le our Word for it, there won't ie irae moment during his ad Be'there. JEW LOCATIONS for 'new oil 11* carrying with them Ihe proba- cies of new oil wells bringing pro- Jon. Likewise they mean oil Hn believe In Orange field. There four new locations definitely le and others reported about to | ma...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 30 January 1923

. Stvtsth in I Number of Cars; is W. I statistics on motor ve- give ft to- ours and true** this country In |V22,V <tf 1,76T„«50 or 16.7 per 1821 which gave a tout 1#«,; the biggest year the an- :e in the anion shows an In the number of cur* op an opposed to thfe preceding From the standpoint ot pro- manufacturers enjoyed the year since the inception of car. With 2,67c,218 cars industry has known. Ev-rfirst exceeding sven the steel 'f. i ■ 4 Mpr mm W&mfflm I this rata ia Attained country wa will bgvs oyer motor vehicles. If the support such an average he over loo.yoo.oyp cars 36 times a many as ail duced la this country since caption ot the m ot orcar. J ^ has the lowest showing in this re- spect, having only one car for every *4.1 parsons. New York, the hu- lcal leader, has one lot people. ; ' . y j.>; The 1922 car and truck produc- tion was 2,576,219. Deducting from this the increase in registrations ot M47.08Q, the result, 818,ljB9 ve- hicles. represents tM number qf car...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 30 January 1923

I «•' * '•. fc ' 1!V-'V' m SOdlETY DEPARTMENT Tmlmphan* Nmmbcr 4 iX: ■Ka -I FH U « | ife pb K.¥? it L #..•■ P.: :.i i BS;'-l| | > ¥ jfi 3 :ik ,M • v <r w# Social Calendar t iukhd4V— ; c;r;.:® Tuesday Bridge club — Mhs. W. 0, English, 1107 Green avenue, at 8 o'clock. Tea —- Christian church t- Mrs. A'. 3. Schnitnel, W9 Fifth street, a to 6 oclock. , Camp Tehu — Mra, Steele Campbell; 1002 Eighth street at 8:30, A Oak Tree Nest — Blue Birds— Mrs. T. C, Ford, Fifth and Elm, at 4 o'clock. | WEDNESDAY— Wednesday' Bridge club — Mrs. Edgar Holland, 803 Sixth street at 8 o'clock. Y. P. M. 8. of First Methodist church r— Mrs. R.'J>e Davis, 1404 John strict,'at- 4 o'clock. THl'llSDAY— Circle No. 3 First Presbyterian church — Mrs. E. P. Hill. 606 Cypress street, at C. W. B. M. First Christian church — Mrs. J. M. Cannon, 609 Elm street, ot 2:30. i Gleaners' society Mrs. Cn- aon nnd Mrs. W. 1'. Hunch, in Call apartments, at 3:30. Ht. Paul's Guild — Mrs. R. F. Brown, Elm and Tenth street ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 30 January 1923

mm /« mini HBF ;{ ■£&&%S£ Hi WjpMBfjW K ©preventatives: r, New Tort: City: III South i T , '•^Pri^'A ?'yix ' > W'<■ ISpNT' : K ,*J8& wWBsM mmmmmmmm , rmr, RU 41* « p '. •'*#■v&i?. ^L-iP- gpos tlit character, standing or reputation ration which may smuiair'-firth* column* corrected anffli Its belM brousht to tha ■ra ^p^tv ! ' ', .|T*^ *- | ^ : ■ IJ flU Vr There ••wUl-'i* "older boytf OOft* ^.'MflpEzT Hi , ijf £ ^.., Vr'^v^ *he*e.Wai en 9" Ju you doft't Mea* a r- ^bwwCT:r :f- -' - £ ; \ '' *ri*i ■•" kA .V""....1 I i"'fe «: • J .. «k •> M . ,,- •> *L*" Vf; • • "$ ' - ' V t ' r1 1 ''' ', , !■"" ■VP "v'/'.1 Ml '*'! ^ ff'J-'f'V *V 'w a5T"'iv * \ V- .-•■«' > ±. **, - T GB, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JANUARY 3%a32& if*}.'; Iff ■ ■""'mil ' « ' 'i 1 I' '1 i'i'i 'in "ij inSniin'i ■ 11 ill mi'ilill 1 .A ISPWi" "LAlifON AKO GdMPEBSk1^*., , - M 111 / 4 v #: wmM rrd ^ :/#% ^ M*MpU Twelve republicans voted for the tmpeaeKme s- '' .'■•) .;v.• - *:■■. j r. \ i,\ f. v i !\ W .1...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 30 January 1923

rea mmm EwJ ?.."."' ■■* ••■ • . 1 ■. % - 'r niflfcyy" •.; •< jj F^' A; v*$r* I ■■KHi ■ g GS ' ■ >m $80 $&■ y. M ymmmmiju a nr* mm. w" ''' '1 |J.i' '.' imT>'tyn|'i 1 -, -1 -SSL- garage with 1 . ? }*&.■ Jip «*•* • ail. PP $ n« po L 'fiBNT: 6-room bouse at 908 [ItWmi fliree«,~ wKb batb and :«► '■' Apply Millet's Cash Store, ' '1H- i• • il « - ,. r «m|p$m ,, , , WASHINGTON. Jan. 30. — A ta- ,, vorfWi# repyt oa then om in at ion of «$*** -- apartments M. : t. Sanfdrd, federal Judge of Knoxville, Tenn., to be associate Jus- tide of the C. 8, mjprcme court was ordered unanimously by the senate judiciary commute# today. The nom- ination will yprobably be 'confirmed by the senate Tuesday or Wednesday It Is believed, « - * \ 7 ' tJgb* _ frith - conveniences. J1006 Cypress hr rlilgT45. FOR RENT: Room and board close in. 804 Front St. Phoiiem. BENT: S-room unfurnished 'apartments, private batb; corner f «tb and Elm. Mrs. .Geo. Call. Bedrooms for gentle- * ., also '• lighthousek...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 30 January 1923

sss^p '•' ■'■ -c* (Continued from mU4h<'tyM% ers WEDNESDAY and Mrs. Burch ive For New Base of it ions Wednesday rat* in m Mid Mr*. C. IJ. Buioh, who jboen transferred to Waco to charge of Salvation Army work pre. wtH leav© Or*nge Wednesday *"G on the early enstbound train, They wore delayed In leaving Ornnga through inability of Captain and Mra. D. C, Nichols of Galveston who have been designated to take , , ■ r, ■ • ; - - 'I ' *■> , experiment, before, but alter adop- tion of the constitution of tine United •States there followed 100 yedrs o.v progress. Th«ee can be-no more' progress until the United Stat«* g«u back to its constitution, be «m> phaslsed. M, ItV illustrating his point, th«i -- speaker referred to the game of ; fcJeven Men 'Charged baseball. AS long aa the power of """ direction and decision is vested in a chosen representative—the umpire-— it progresses orderly, and is the greatest game in the world. How- ever, if it was decided to refer one . ,** « «* - of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 31 January 1923

• W $ T['" ; ..,. *; /.',£«V ■ V Wp'wffipw M H* $ff** wm$WM th *«a by the h Pl re been Ki-opo to **• • P*iP' SHi>#j^-. SSSNHnm w* Jsa dead *1 iWffW-WHRWS & roducing (g to "Harry fright,.** ed up a fiSfWG liit^iligouco ifoi Ray* ago will ymuRwiB k .^^v(v^^• i/^MsS&v-ma sera lease. ■ ftantmod ipti led to 11 WtTlearned tltution of the _r before. |f| fi^jSRp^'' „„ ,,~ tudy the qnos- «e become convinced eat • wava a® man a permanent ^_. aan ta the weak; ffft r#. " V ' 1 't"-' <i''-'''a} v'i; r; -' ilf' wfto has an -Idea ttant doeant pay should ac | themselves with the number at the sheriff's office t the cbancea of getting hold ( the confiscated stills -he ra there. And -the inquirle* ae attar the sheriff, through ler, expressed a desire- to , .They want 'em for aterilifctng can#, cook- Mid a thousand and one For paying C^y poB tAx. For paj^tag c« ftty and *«- ■ ■ For paying county nkd state rear estate, school and it is also ia*t day to auto license '^ax ' #.ltl tlonal 25 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 31 January 1923

mmm ummm SHl WifMrn K'MS f«« vW'i 'JSH •-—— • - - '• '1 -• , ' "' }.U '•J' ' '' I •••'•* •' *ssr 'J':? ■ — Jl|p$§f| 9 mm Ki mssm Ann I turned | fPf:^ H@S' K^Bpl;' TWSS& !';'J&PP^S *pi ot able to decide wither t ho,; case ia one £■ stabitBhed that the-dancer, uud au un-' >% v; $'$.4 jff. ;fa>t ?$$$$ '£#■' li §^$§11 raSj t^e beach on the night proced- WHKX? March 15, in8, is j,*aunwas well knovyu to many s i * ■■f^-^kc. i'- i >•''"• / -JTOV' I'.i'-r-.' ' '':••■ •*'. X. •«?•"'? $A?KvV: 'I^m sill for •7*" r,4iB IllBPm'.S is f ill _ , tw triers. I and +JPaj a. of «w tit as one ot confer-, are have Uad ,in'Independent schedule f*r the IMS, according to director ot . '•• -*( university, at ilflflfefe ia4# A. A M., at Col- a A. A M., A. & at, ■• ',"•' ,''1 • -V ; , , university, *t A. A M., *t r university, at '« ' „~aia university, at Au u| C. IJJ at Al • Ini" -",•€. P.. at Dallas. atated that the Mus- r several games with i team and probably Pranged with the t. Worth ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 31 January 1923

SSBmmmimmmmm ttfiU'ti MP Y* 't-'. 0 m st§, §IS|^r$ F W>mx:v, KSS'#: iraflWIP Mm.fi B& &N*< Stl mento,'at'.®:80t.: - * '.-sefA, St. PanPa Guild Mrs. ft. $" -. Jlrdo Ko. 1 First Baptist mrch''■*- Mrs. Q. H. ,Roberts, 706 Park avenue, at'3 o'clock., Circle No. 2 First Baity church ~ Mrs. C. A. Oun tream. Seventh and Orange,- at 3 o'clock. Circle No. 3 Flrat Baptist chureh-t- Mrs. R.'F. Hankamer,. 1002 Main street, it 3 o'clock. Circle No/ 3 First ; Baptist church, -*- Mrs. Manlo Bravo. ,ii>3 John street at 3 o'clock. Ladies' Altar society of ft, Mary 's Catholic churcb 7- Mrs. C. L. La Salle. 512? Cherry ^treet, at 3'o'clock. V^C/ -") Woodbine Tlebecah Lodge No. 103 — L O. O. F. ball at 7:30. friday— :*■$£{: Literature club —r-Ai home ot Mra. Lutcher Stark, Pine and Tepth street, at 3:30. J SATURDAY--" ' General meeting of different departments ot Woman's club — Chamber of commerce, at 3 s'elock. • ■Mm VAI.KNTIXR UATHKRIXG ^WmiwZ Aftafr the games delicious refresh meat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 31 January 1923

*w«l' K &flj W- m%' Hmw HI their William Howard i:W# ISP I aSzMa jO&Sfl V;' . •A -wi mW Wnot half* MiMaBE Bi Tf f *,jr.u?'WWtMi-If*i->' kMiMmm p^-- ^^y^saRMaL i ym|SP5 r.vs >$f& v'.j* ■ In etftcr ma being hanged , Bomo of tha fairy storlea written for the children are almost aa silly aa a maJoMty o< th* magaiinu «tc*r- mB''v aeven years for his, ■ ,tfct H Was worth It, roi back i those tiaya*!frlte lasted lifetime times ■ttM M ■ "I Michigan ■ And Righto PI -A orsek FfSB TO FRY. lion of a constitutional+-* a, f poll f ' ■■ , ■. /,,>*■<> i '; ,■ ♦ ,1 " '. ' . ■*" , \;hsfc^#2^ *- wxi iSif fwHSroS I WJFtHi J SKK '.Mff " ™A'* if# ,4 ification for in>the house.. A Mt>c of memfatt* -©position contended that In konie see- te political control io negroes. They f are fto< siajh gp6$s asr the ,Si£x$* a ^iV ALABAMA. I house lawmakers are opposed to a vote of 18 to 17 the Senate of the iture voted to postpone indefinitely the inee hill which called for a cl...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 31 January 1923

fill Wfflm fm ■®4t SAf./V ht watchman, o. CO. a **"•'■ "eirl* pa ere<* ibi- r^.^i mMm ii—, ' between faigh #hool; WMi'llt" Bapttet church. (frtura rent building reasonably. Ring * -- r lost;:, «0ld fountain' pen between t ror Greenppvenu* Md court house Return to 709 Green* (•rage . Pbone 198. mm r— m 1 ■ '.' ■ ■"■*'>■•.' ■ FURNITURE CO. apartment* fail gnd 16th St.. lor all 0t new and neoond-hand fur- $> 5-room house a*^08 lth bath and t rr53i : ! < Ifefei f ,1 ■■ ■ <*, * Jr£99^* JHv *| ■■■V ■KtV' w - : ' ?kcm6*1E1 £«%• 1 '•?' 'INHPii ISwMq ■ #ty; street, with 'U^m. ; ■ FOtRBOT: mm ring 745. and board close Front St. Pbone 317. 3-roon> " private { T Bedrooms .for gentlo- t 7 also light jjminOr Ivifjifc- liiMii r'^WconVe <lS$8D'ROOM with Pbone 164. per week, $2.0 TwEj EOOS: Pedigreed E«^, Plymouth Roeks—11.50 per thirteen. Phone FOR SALS: 7 room housd on lot 60x197 1-2 on Park avenue. flfc- Blrable location. Pfcono *#3. : ; ;< "IfMt. between't$*wT Mir to and ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 31 January 1923

\ w w of Chictgp, a* k r « < 'to the eon- ■I ..opt the sab- H ;#s Credence is Reporr of A itness in Recent Hear mg at RBmH W*hi «toA 3&| ,Convention UHtl H m«aM of tnrnhu hopa^ciaoaio Jf. )"I'", 'T '■ 7J> ' R« backed up this I Iron history the ■ adeptlongfthe const I ji|Mptl' <rf' mm tint itw I In the history of ■■■.eoilttpare that wmmzBBrmm today Is I •Itwit ion of ,«*c©pt. possibly reached the | a which was time—buf surely signs that Stttei to drifUtJK toward , the speaker ftalri. then undertook to prpsWit day govern- ? solved for this gener to come by at;' whkb Hi ?*#■ 31.—Mayof Robert L. Dade of Mer Rouge, who testified at the recent state hearing Kfjffl® ttL — "The AUSTIN, Tex., Jan time is now at hand when every person in Texas should have an in- spection ot their physical machin- ery," aaid D. E. Breed, Executive Secretary, Texafc Public Health As- sociation. M. ^ ki>V: ■;' r A periodic physical ..•xamination toy your physician at lopt once \A year is one of t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 1 February 1923

■ .<.!« i " i n)|||| in, ,,'.1,1,,- VOLUME IX. TODAY'S HAPl'Y thought: Learn- ing to skate causes many a child's downfall. m&j&mg-. I; i'&'S* 'I ' "i$ * " i&w" •■ i • .'VIJ' |t "'"" I" I'1'." "!' '' Ill' WWtl&j !m smm I ■ H 58 32k: HAN FACING < m. SX*'<v. > 'TIS VERY evident that the popu- lar way to let contoiuphited Improve- ments, cJvic or otherwise, drop out of site is i« refer thorn to a commit- It is our observation that thu Ivation or any committee, when is the chairman. _ • ; WHY SHOULDN'T Orange have a department in its hospital as long «8 Uncle Sam Is paying the bill? We are paying federal taxes and that's Just one more way ot getting some of our money back to where it start- ed from. WATCH CLOSELY folks, and to- morrow you may see Mr. Groundhog come out of hi* hole. Here'* hop- ing he doesn't see his shadow. IT'S THAT time of year when wo should be substituting a more optlm tetic tune for that being play«d en- titled, "Business la on the bu...

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

laBnfi, WKta«h*My ii. ''>llig>Mb ?'• m-mi: kbSWR f r"';"'." s" mHpu hPH __ m - *" 1 !. '■!■'" "■ ■ > ORANGE SHIPPil I"fi 'HEWS '■ m M mm m m mr ; v :■ iuISP >■>('* ' w-'vV ■ - v .THE ORANGE DAILY LEADER ' " >• ' % l:',K VjPSMit i^ii.mi.'.i* tiSfci^ I n^twiWM I IV'li^itllifrifl'tijjftfrl.li Ii'lAiil iilllll) *'| 9mm During the second week ju j sr of & runaway lumber becoming Wfy re;J, says i* American ^umtfecjaju. Realising harmful effects It *ouiu nave ou if tlie industry is making every ort to avoid it, but ttu: situaliou - *0 ahaping itself ah ui 4ort>« u et out of hounds. Demand Is ag," and cout fuues *to -iV A.' Detours to Ti <um V,; i® (Information Curnfehed by W. H. ^ -' v.." " Tippin) , Swedish steamer Kratos—Now, loading timber for Standard Export company. Will sail for South Africa. American > Schooner Hope Sher- wood—IJnloading asphalt .for the Harbor Asphalt coup***. Will leave tor Port Arthur Wednesday morning. American Schooner M. J, Thomp...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 1 February 1923

&' , ,y w/wai S33C SOCIETY DEPARTMENT Tmlmohonm "■*'■• 'Vv/ ''•'/' i ■ i 'I 'SSB^ffli 'Plipi'i1* SI; m irip'l ! iVV '4 ■ ' ipfpiiffl l&P KSCflaaidf' INK « RKJp' • ■''"' % H m \~";\\ ' Wi HI* ' f% t;Fl —«■—— ;■' Social Calendar THURSDAY— Circle No. 8 First Presbyterian church -r- Mrs. B, P. Hill; 606 Cypress street, at a:lb. C. W. B. M. First Christian church — Mrs. J. M. Cannon, 609 Elm street, at 2:30. Gleaners' society — Mrs. Ca- son mid Mrs. W. V. BunVh.in Call apartments, at 3:30. JtvPaul'p Guild — Mrs. B. F. Brown, 'Elm and Tenth street at ft oclock. Circle No. 1 First Baptist church — Mrs. O. H. Roberts, 706 Park avenue, at 3 o'clock. Circle No; 2 First Bautlst church — Mrs. C. A. Gunstream, Seventh and Ornnge. at 3 o'clock. Circle No. 3 First Baptist church — Mrs. Ifc. F. Hankamer, 1002 Muln street, at S o'clock. Circle No., 2 First Baptist church — Mrs. Manlo Bravo. 803 John street at 3 o'clock. Ladles' Altar society "of St. Mary's Catholic church — Mrs. C. L. La Sal...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 1 February 1923

"Iff? w M2F*> fom V"' ''I' Rfei - - - wy ' A - DAILY LEADER m •very afternoon except Saturday and Sunday morning at 206 Front Street by the Orange Printiug Company, V. SMITH, JSUltoi. K- U. RICHMOND, iiiuineea Manager. • i '■ ' " '• * ' ■ at the Orange, Texas, pontofflce aa secdnd-claae matter. Member United Preas Association. * tn advance: one pooth, M cents; pne year ft, Advertising Representatives: Knill-Burke, Inc., Brokaw Bldg., i ifttnd and Broadway, New York City; 122 South Michigan Blvd., . Chicago. OLrv'-V-.TT, _ • -X - , MQr erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or reputation ot any 7 psnwon, firm or corporation which may appear In the columns of The j Mteder will bo gladly corrected upon Its being brought to the attention g publishers, \ % > < All Departments: Ko. 4 or 81. IANGE, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1,1923 "SPEAKING OF MEXICAN CRUDE. " >;l ! Edwafd L. Doheny of California is one of the $dngs of the oil world. He discovered Mexico as an °fl pr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 1 February 1923

i £ ' H 1 WM HI Ssflsa Auythlng ■txt dM^edltlon. will be taken over 1st ftoUfW^ I^amttlei nervous gyr wyTr li jpf «*Ui. Cv- "v1 WZ5B RATH8: aceeuted world BESfr jrv /L I JR WjMgpt (avenue* a,iid . court. h&.u 708 Gnjen avenue. v ;; ir^iiiiivrwi-'iT-'^r v.f i„k B ItENT;;iN«wi>- papered t fu 4 Wl&Hl lights imu^koeping .apart- ^ Modem throughout. Very I ,; ,; reasonable, S03.M«ta.4ft ouo m. WWt.A/i,V. ' r - r |V flWIWIWIiCSESaMW* S53L tor in *l.^^M'-'-"''C7?l''U''''J''>'''''''"'' ■'''■" WHITE waitress wanted. Chinese ' • alRBrtuieinu^i \.Cafe. or without WANTED a wpoil Cilof>IR'l'S Apply' Raleigh , Orange Oil Field. ■PPi' loug Job. FjOU RENT: Llglit room# with conveniences. ^lOOti. Cypress or ring 7«S. J - Night watchman.; BOX MFC. CO JKMl RENT: Room-and board'clone i la. 804 Front ft. ., Phone *17 KOtt MiNT; 3-room nnftttaishcd ; mm ■ • •.>/*>/«2 ■' ;lf •mm fiiAv ^MISCELLANEOUS KOMEJ feftUNO ; apartment*, private 4th aad Klin. corner TO . CHANGE) FURNITURE CO. C...

Publication Title: Orange Daily Leader, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 1 February 1923

iiwSm iBBSSI company h&Ve abandoned leepteet -well, State Far- located in Cow bayou norty 1« QtoP^son tease. Two fa the w<4f *?mi a , one at 33<W fwt and au- p3 at 4.UM. f water wan EPt •■ mtmk ^l^cOttttteirW ftflth A fire par ttl&llv destroyed the d'etftik. ovor tb E$ ! wtWk I 9 t wbote by aat4 Id aitnut- bltte touay. dod xromontj ■<**■ the diva, d ;*'•% ** Tfr«i«r',;' |# th* Cone i K tbod. 1 his eyes sparkled 'v Miss Garden ".i Us to be derived titlon oT ;, ay by growing bet-: v : *, ajnoiiK them prlv^d at Coup's hft- •" hopeful thM if the little r nOuW be ct^red. ho ^>ed when told , nought him. *1 Thay Sit-' .-;« 'fc. *.'*. * _ tm * .wafand h wm {iwposstbie to puu Organization Has -T-r*' ~ Backlnj of Moat Prom- inent Men of This Gity —Program Planned. derma t Vkn *M<4tr °ranffer No" 5 13 down to a depth of over J.OOO feet. This well is located tn the northwest corner of the field and h^s b fm drlttiug about 10 days, which ia con- sidered good progress. The ...

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