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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 2 January 1923

m KmKSIInmflnl ia *" tm- T+fm WT^ ... Bin* . C, Ford, Fifth. Ana 4 o'clock. Wednesday Bfidge club — >e MiU«r, 708 Fourth street, 3 o'clock. WHtiMWIMy-. P*U sm Chapter U. D. C. M*ry Fl*lg, Fourth and Green. .8 0 clock. Fortnightly Bridge club—Mrs. Tom Coyle, 604 Pine street, 8 o'clock. X P. M. 8. ot First Methodist church, Mrs. R. Lee Davis,' 1404 John street, 4 o'clock. XHlllWAV^. *;|,11 Catholic Ladies' Altar society Mrs. E.C. Zenner, 1108 Orange avanue, 3 o'clock. ■ Circle No. 3 First Presbyterian church -r- Mrs. P. B. Curry, 303 reith street, 3:15. Circle No. 1 First Baptist church— Mrs. J. fi. McBeath, 911 Cypress street, 3 o'clock. Woodbine Rebecah Lodge Ho. 103 — I. O. O. F. hall, 7^0. jfrUtftlAX Literature club ■— Chamber of commerce rooms, 3:30. Csmp Wenona — Headquar- ters, 4 o'clock. MA'i'tltUAY-*- Bhakespeare ' clnb — Bailey House, 3 o'clock. A* i- f.Mr J, T *16 Tl, m ;• •j.f. J > i j i|S m [}• ■MWodnoor most becoming ad- the rooms completed vantage this attractive ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 2 January 1923

•k 9Bi m of ropuutin of f y I H tfc* «rt«J«na of The 'it* belnf brought to the atttntlon \> * Wo.®or all < ' — ■ '\fiWiM l' f' 1 H !v -,! " "x j n?-v 'i! • ij" * ■' «#"• *.!v Im ft g |j|gj ft ■ "•AS, TUESDAY, JANUARY 2,1923. ■■V. ? £?■! jw; :\ Bttteen iii H^Kjw ring the year Jhfia®T teeh* t&4 tic demand Stacks Txith of raw ma- and Of finished goods, in process pf'reduction nd hed to be Jmet from. onrr^t.'Pflociuc unemployment to downright labor short- tremendous coifytfruction1 MtajntiP *KaS \&en out with cbn&equentr activity-tin industries i>ro- Wldifl?v .«U<$taJ£l ;.?cce^oHf , Crops Sp| moved fairly^ rapidly des- for some agricultural pro- feBallyir> Wholesale and retail 4 -*; V_L; and c^&dit is jiot far ' \7Huch foreign gold ^Ukftidwelling re- slow liquidation of fro- fe ^riited System. fimotkwied, ihowever, that the ftf' expanding fenMness- have been fully uiL- J-rtrelopment of ftxe Wnffency to so^nu&h ffear^d. I TheiAmeri-i can money market ha...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 2 January 1923

nSHRU isilp Mm to ttw Ua*> No°. - i A mill ftA. ■' Vi:-!"l. ■'I""'".i H KP I'Mm '^141 I® mmn. mh wbWmy fL ' i ;...ii ..nj .,. #;>/■ .•-., FOR SALg I .. -• psrasff^ Js ** I iff!..'";.. ■ )oalors in Hocotul-haniKFurhUttre, Stoves, Heaters, Beds, Mattresses, etc. We buy- and sell all kind* of Second-hand furniture.—110 Border street. Phono 43*. , w& Ol >V'> 't ■ vTfw<M.fin ..■ i Ifr-i : **• - ■•, .«■ i ' Kk-M. *|!>W '. j ,.y ' i W$. ' * / •' • ■ li • ¥*■ A C-V :' '': - . -. v ■ -:.',f ; A Twwwtt hand Isoms that has two b ,suits, !Mdi of which (Contains at I / Combined hands, they w..., be worth from two to four) ttwnlfplaycdat- ~ [, . .for such results ■ ■ ' better of two louaj soke for the com- I' hands has been drtethurM by mmmmm therefore make le'ta« \< iMk'M ■ V m, j&, i*.— 41 a—#*— | | „ FOR SALE:/,.! te hew iron, bed • with'soriMBA*$.!fc-m: t. ■ m ; - ^- -y * /:?■"■■ With sprit FOIt SAI ;lp 8t°ry Xfl^well —phoi/- • > ' . ■' ; l ri si4;TV .■■ ii • '...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 2 January 1923

Si 'm'S H f i t i*;vi A* a«M«: ftMMP i^lf PSTP*4 tm ' 'yard ct Vkl" ^ . ^ : drove into >vi|Mi w v \ *«*- ,Dulles Ipound HPurpio tapped turnip oariy boats tljtat weighed 3 pound# each. in uucEMr; locauted aho .ttHnont Bri< *1 j ar> Taxw Mr with a to- ;n 4 . ' '• PAKIP, Jan. 2,*-—Tlte e$teute*t^at and a bunch ot,jimproT6d Chinese | won th war meets today ift'what may | mustard - The mustard greens hart be its 14* concerted effoft to achieve fahO%f%|g$ilagrowing from a sin- the fruits ot victory. The truck brought *n wan « qltx. divergent plans fo* securing Gorman 1 V !>■• 4 i(ILn «. A«„An«^ 41U- I' J,_. . a , ' . VdStfvJrk ' elected at the gen-, gle root, filled with tender leave*. ./'•jKovcmhor wore' I new ■^ilM .M%;tn an* theft* bonds approve! to J. E. Pattilto, tax assessor tor tho{ relations payments, cannot reach to a meeting'. ht the connv cbmmis- eouaty. Smith has hoop farming on ; agreement this time. U is believed hold yesterday.- : his preseat acreage tor the ima...

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

imm '."'i —- i<> * )C P f&L W >®| if' "If "- i" '■ W&P M |«p' Bil%. IK TODAY'S HAPPY thought: Value ., Of ft kiss depend* upon tliQ law of -.'Hupply ana demand; " OHANC;S IS on the'wireless map. •jRosulaebroadcnotinf; tfr. o3 liav« bci-.j Ojtii^Usli^d for. ibe Icciil wireless station, WKAL, operated by „th«> Uray Brother.* in thi> White meat company,, T.iey i world tiiht Orange j« w ' ! KSIAITL K: V % Movement on Foot. That iTake Care to See children Are Phy- sically fit For School. ANI) THAT'S jwm fo, iUw cl' W^r of .tipwt cOaiWt, .. NotiViii- '-.^nl.,^ a eit> bettor than Af ,#1, peppy slogan. The prqpur slogan will be worth to Orange many timet. tho contest prist of 510 ihe chamber cris offariipg. MOT HERS ov Orange county will baye the chance qf ,, lifetime to have „„ w_ Sholr children sfthmitiod to expert conference. Beginning on Friday, committees of (by f,6cbrt Eservlee depart went of the idea! I ted Cross chupter, heatfv.il by thirteen # captains, wi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 3 January 1923

"/.v . K Inttrut- tlonai Y. M. C. £ wtll erect a 1200.000 tpriidingslWNi io serve the need* of soldier* stationed at Fort Bliss and for soldiers and naval men vlsttlnc or passing through this CUT- fcv L i The alto for the proposed build- in* has, already been purchased at a cost of $48,600, and 1b located so "<a to bo conveulant to military men Bfunins through' the city and for those stationed at the camp. Some of the funds which were left in the treasury of the International Y. M. C. "A. at the doee of the war will bo need In the erection of the structure, it has been indicated. The only Condition Imposed upon the El Pasoans is the subscription of funds to pay for the maintenance of the work here for the Arst five [years. After that time an endow- ment fund will take eare of the main- tenance work. wmmKKBM .wai Aid Tfi <a in production ot pUut price Is all that in stopping erosion titf peas and beans or will restore plant food '•i. . C • • ■* ' ■MilliliBiPi 1111111 and in- Te...

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

' if".A I ;:V, ran ffiraSSal W'-MmWi *&h *©«i : WliiiK 1 1 "M'V SOCIETY DEi MM JM§? Pft'rJ II ■•" >'K ;>". ■■.' ■ - v;" ■www MI,W ,,|^,.p , '„• -vl' ■• aV ".' Hln :5u•;£' v m&i PESHj PS l pSjHi kill m^ism IS ■ •4 !P ;;-C ■T I # ■m". i'V' 'AJAV-cc' , v' '•". fy-*. . wmm£\ Hfii fe.:', MlM; i s?p$ ■f M^.', ¥ w Ml; ■ 0 life' 'p. r: '" '•"; ' "■I Hill ...... ■ ! Social Calendar PelUam Chapter.lT. D. C.~Mrs. Mary Flel*, Fourth and Green, 3 o'clock. "Sp' Fortnightly Bridge club-~MrJ.r Tom Coy lis, 604 Pino street,' 3 o'clock. Y. P. M. H. of First Methodist church, Mrs. If. Lee Davla, 1404 John street, 4 o'clock, I'lHlhlM) — Catholic Ladles' Altar society— Mrs. E. C, Zenner, 1208 Orange, avenue, 3 o'clock. , . - Circle.'No. 3 First Presbyterian church — Mrs. P. B.\Curry, 303 Tenth street, 3:15. Circle No. 1, First Baptist church — Mrs. J. it McBeatli, 911 Cypress street. 3 o'clock., . Woodbine Rehecaii Lodge No. 103 - . I, O. O. F. hall, 7430. I' KID A 1\ Literature chib\— Cha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 3 January 1923

b'm-.W Li" , tLwi i Pi«Pfp«ii rf i i! • gy lSJzxr<y.| feyr? ^- ''• -^Sl^ mi Jr-S-i " 5- i> i-J>\m,<H t', yapjifi > 11®.' I' ■!!%;k' (■ • !?. ' 1 i'S:M- ' Wkfl , ■WW,. tlWW'W? 1 .NGB, TBXAS, V I JANUARY 3 jj pape ing tp the trade directors of VI «toekeftevt^f>Jfer value. is ™iftBefaiJat*k«-of ual to $8.40 v* tiow being $*$1 Hi*'1 $ * < i tkfc.AW : ' her. #TVm ^tearit 1 npr ot 9 IT >.+. >-• *&& «*w: ii1* «n tt.H of tfowmrece last P&f-jW#* tfe ntfre district hay i ' 8W ■ ,<"< *-; in the'iast eleven years. These figures are fur- by James & O'Neill, the president of the com- pany at the Senate Manufacturer's Committee-inquiry into prices and hands in the oil industry. He said that the outstanding capital stock of the company amounted during.the eleven, year period to 180,000,000,000 and that the company just recently vot- ed to increase its capitalization to 1260,000,000. *■ The Humble Company operates largely in Texas bnd the Prairie Oil ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 3 January 1923

■ f.'. • >' ' v '< . • , . '• • i-. r. 'i'iC " . ■ V'V Jitiou;1 °4 HAVE tSMK. m 4• 2Vr' . ... :• , 7 *1 VI V . • '■' , -4?r; ' VM mm HI ! ^room limn; also 4-roottiapart- ® t. Afcply 608 Park, or i^one 16. ii'jl!"-. 1 'V-'-r-—*> i—s~ 'v< 93* lor furnished or uufur- rooms with all eoiiveuloucea. iSUKt) UOOM wllii garage lor Phono 1«4. tm \ 4 , >L '">i v t? "*>'i;i—V" , comfortable private rooma, 6Qc; per weak, |2,00. Baths, tree. " MO HqriL.■ f OR SALE SALE: Good work cheap. Phone 680. lioree, Thoroughbred liurf-OrphliiKton ef?g> for sal*. 14,00 per Betting. 1809 test. SALB: Ou« baby shape.* Phono 468 ■MM, FOR SALE: with springs. One new Iron Call 354. bed FOR SALE: 2^ tore buildings, 2- ■tory dwellings,, 1 bungalow— all atoll located—at a bargain. Terms —plioiKj 714. MY King 672. a bookcaae tor sale? COLORED JDININC CAR WAITERS AND.' SLEEPING CAR porters wanted. Experience unnecessary. We tralu yon. Information free. Write *>7 Railway K*ph«nge. OfoaaUa, Neb...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 3 January 1923

tysiclans A r ej g Clinic Under :cs of Reel Cross j Luteher Hospital.- ! t JBjW a IwSwSSR -i aiMwl/-: <40t$fe fmVA !«• *: W -t| e*Vtt*M ,?bi{iiit vi health cmifor work e^Udfit^d j j$!r<fca •'. Sj#, ji&n^ :'#^*Sivrv; , arris1 4etJ,',:S' i>e.i*,{ten <t"e bent* o4' S,| ttiia^itel'i-COtl tit tii<5 J-'YJUtCCa J nUH: Luttiiw*r' bcspRal ■ tefjb,'e?r ikront clin- ;• 1* s~ roit l~i; ,i ; :i Si':' denial .tiinlc ytoUiday i tt- , 1ft *" ,©#, 'Fl'ltta* .«ljh*.r.: t<m,' t#OM ; f«',;4'' o'clwl; viH 'bo itb'o senorra } n*>srix-i-. },\ :t,,- Tt*e \ra;k • v"m jhiMjig.araf&l Uuil t .Wt-efc fits'rf iiie ijvf.rtttr.' ba;mv."md'uay.■.>.!* ' tie clinic wiil o;w.i. ' •f lijfkiUrifi'tis o£ the fitj bav-e agreed.! to uuvUe ew uniim; kins when ca'ht! ; $:?■ «| ou % MAnMbm - v4l& the* cisate f- \|;*orfc. , \, to n<Mf<l life' Tu •■ • • ^.tis'tc ywusrday ' and |. viAivrtuon .at t♦*«; deii- j' ut rpo ration rA Hi*- 3$ w Js*! - >\ $ ft $K'-, Cotton Effort gT . Manufaot...

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

•' • ■ ; n ."/■ •% M jtfi Ma i u *4 matflNtS jm ' ■ESHm w*^$iSW , iliWSIfrM H i ■PM ■«mv ■vfSO pife MH m>-m 1*Vv : ;" T "*-1 e t . mm? mm . TODAY'S HAPfY thought: A job 18 ever so much more outlslactory than a man In lots of ways — but When a wonyiu Indulged lu "a gobd cry, ' a job *on t pat bar oh the shoulder and croon, soo;liingly, my *** *• there, lltuo girl!" ^ 7*5 j t'J/\'t ; *, " >'xi> CONOltATCLATlONS PROM many point* over tbo (Jnltod States nr«> pouting Into Or&uge complimenting this county upon presage of the nav- igation iioud issue of 1**0,000. The whole blooming • country seemed tickled over 1t, but they cannot pos- sibly (,«jel better than we folks right "bar® oa tbe Job. r, - I —— v - ■ .v | that myw about the good dying young certainly holds true In Connection with) New Year resolu- tions. Judge Bull, Coroner Re- ports ME«*st Murdered By Person or Persons EVERY DAY end In every way, advertise the port of Orange and the fact that we have deep water tra...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 4 January 1923

IP? 111$ KSKf Sli ®ivi pm [Im War Would Be Result of The ":,(f By J. T. MASON !§$ (Written for Lulled Press) French government wants py the Huhr region because bat way France will be able to maintain a stranglehold on Uer- hm v'« mefai industry, which France believes is the backbone of Ger- luany's greatness. The Rhine separates German and French metallurgical regions, the Ruhr and, .Lorraine. .The two products necossary for tron and steel manufacture are the ore itself and coal.4 The Ruhr has the coal and Lomise^jiait the ore. This is the hmif situation behind France's wish to get control of the Huhr. The year before the war, Germany producted 191,000.000 tons of coal. The :Jtuhr supplied 115,000,000 tons of this and practically all the rest came from the Saar and Upper Sile- •1s,. France now has the Saad and laud has Upper Silesia. There lains for Germany only the Ruhr, 'efore .the war Germany produced .oOO.OOO tons of iron yearly. Eight illlon tone of this have been lost ■ o Germ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 4 January 1923

—Ml I ■ . IBS.#1 ' : ' v Wwffivmm •] V-, |$)p# '$$. mm ■ ;k$ . Br ■w tt-*~ IP' Hff •. r mfii my ■ i> T '"> , { 1 ,'i\i ■•% mmm H « mmm muiwuA*— %$ : Catholic Ladies; AlUr aoclety— M*s. E. C, Zenuer, 1208 Orsnge avenue; 3 o'clock, >.■ Circle No. 3 Flrst)Fresbyterlftn Church P. B, Curiey, SOS Tenth street, 3:15., Clrele No. I First Baptist church — Mm, J. 0. McBeath, 11 Cypress street, 3 o'clock. Woodbine Robecali Lodge No. 10:i — 1.0. <*<*? hall, 7:30. t'lUllAK— 'M' y Literature club — Chamber of j commerce room*, 3:30. Gamp Wenona —r Headquar- tew, 4 o'clock. MATKRUAY— ;; ■/■' \ Shakes peate club —■ Bailey House, 3 o'clock. ssr"#5 ii Ufl ~ jf 'i \ j i in I'.!1 r "iiHiTr ifill i""1' ^ CURLS' BRIDGE CLVB Mrs. Robert Coale wjll bo tibstess to the Girls' Brldge.club at her home ml 80S Cherry atreet this afternoon, beginning at 4 o'clock. " ■Mi i ''*■*>*>' jight to run with doing aad auks* & se at-| o'clock; to "bear Bar. Robert fcee^kere. a goal <row *#k*. J ...

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

pi >•$:./ m it :fii|M *;* Y > MM l B3S1 lis® aw ?j la iM** SlWsPr' im ma* appearln the oolumns & The ™3Ek: bgtn* t>r*MW * th, ^upa **# .% * ,*f ^ | ' f|H "B®5? :.i, ri m m ii wl: K rx^'Vi Wil Dr. Royal 8. Cc i%«W To*' He <*i >rity. ' He hjuf, name^I; ■Hi mm v, Trf ipr democratic penator yf a!tremendou8 itt« #> ij<* ope a'.; 1 He served Ghari for a period; 'i ^e^esJi^Tj &M m Hearst <ae<i m BK •Tv'^ eu- jnfcy-tfou? ye*rs. ii<J *ne is ftlfjl *Ne1r •¥ ark, of William Randolph • fi W * x:r •<*! •« f *f f 'f B *• l il ■I ( .jtepartww iplfcrs ii* it|fe > channels of to "make ihe re- wMmrn This enabled t MR*~ 1 WKL^ ... signing, of the armistice. Texas is get-* ting on the right side of fhe ledger. Texas is facing a year of wide prosperity. These are the signs of the times. According to the closing statement issued by the Federal Reserve Bpnk financial conditions lire favorable/ There is plenty of cheap money to be by those who have the* collatera...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 4 January 1923

'.•>' rv; ''"v' K 'gA f li ffl * i"> i %dESr WffTWWWtwn&WrFTF^^TrU ■PH5K5! f if £€*!« Wm T* Ol^fi ffTJnJJtl #■;. Wmmctw ^TFr^ilWJiffr jflg Ete&T^eS^,1-, ■ ;" ' ,>„ : *4 ^" I * j.',.- -,.^> <"'f.-ti' 1 '.'*•" C,' VV'V '4-/V >'"'1 •"£:••.; T.v; , I ^liV '':S^;:'A ir' "^';'hH?, Wirtrim ■,M^, .Aw.;,' v.' Mm ;«., m lUi Msg:- * J m\ mmzm m ''"' "fr #^'i>|(ii| iliii ii'l Uooru and out si, Fhoiye 8i'/ S^Pk *7? ' p5 ^■i|| - fc'Si! '. . j ." ' "f^v' i . rJtt gilfeis P'.'lwte one . r ,v, ij awo;4-room apart" Ai ply^608 Park, or phone ^ •,; .r ,n '' 1 RW*G 03* fqr furnished qr unfur- nished rooms tfith' all coaveulebces. ffUHNlsi&SD &OOM With gatafee Tor for I;# cbwap; t' ?' w ''hprij^ 680. r> 11 . :'ii Hi, A. Shilling, p, >.1'm] m msx ■Ay.^puMAL RU m mm Kfflfe. :;!i? S JfCvY K Hif' ^ idr'M wm£'% StiS3--;" • «irsi\ v\fi \ " f .'i;||t -■ | fttf '' " ■ .-•<,; ,<4*1 ' i#i' > I M jid Mcuri-j i P ■ 7 its • taventora^Sp#'.: i 1 l^XbfFx { ■j , '. ; ^...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 4 January 1923

!K • v. ' w> m Its RIMING V. S. Points to New Source For Petrol- emu Which Will Put Great Army to Work • — ; WASHINGTON-, Jan. 4,—When magnitude would., be over $3,000,- la'ftow of that liquid gold kuown 000,000. This does not Include es- M petroleum glvtu sign of slacking, tlauated cost of lands, .etc. ;{N^U a consequence the wLir aad j Oil shale is a compact, laminated bum of the country's millions of rock of sedimentary origin, yielding ; •$£ r-i 1 ''J flivvers and motor busses aud trac- -tore seem likely to desi.it for lack ' of fuel, ttfe far-stretching reserves '*• 1 • of oil shale in the United States stand out as the most lmporiaut re- sources of substitutes for petroleum oils, states the Bureou of Mlues. These shales, veritable untapped f reservoirs of oil, underlie enormous Those of the in KfSi areas of the country most economic importance occur Colorado, Nevada, Utah and Wyorn- Great areas of black shale oc- Ing. cur, however, U various states, qotably, Kentucky, and O...

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

^ISSd «"•' C-iu. $*2.? ,. \ I' $ Ifjjrjr CD 'mat & m mm '■ j • '•■' i£ '-fr.-1; ■Hfl fo® T1 • • ,CTS" gu«5idfef ^*s.5fe«W -ifr ^ttSil ;t fpAj :lojd>O:O:O'OI< O:O:OJ iOXLOi-'LCLO/).Oi .'M an •'u .' •* >t Lv i 1. m n ftf 1®, MURDER HEMPHILL, Jan. 6.—Did & largp powerful motor tar speed away from the home of Hiram Knox In the darkness of Sunday morning, Nov. 26? It was at 3:30 that morning that Mrs. Lillian Knox, u«>vr cnarged with murder of Hiram Knox, says she heard a shot in the room of her husband. She says she and a sister and Hiram were alone in the house at the time. Hashing into the room they found Knox lying on the bod, a bullet hole through his head, a .46 calibre pistol grasped in hta right hand, a pistol lying acrow bis chest, they said. P. B. Hamilton, county attorney, declared the state would put wit- nesses on the stand in the {Inlil trial to testify that nt an early hour thta morning a big* car sped away from thp Knox home. He says they know the make...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 5 January 1923

' yV'#.- M||P9pW^PyHRi^ KT>«BW!i.- WfSI low m-. r " '■■•>■ I STATION. Jan. 5.- r, if any, ribbon cum In aujcnT Li targe department stores of Tenu pKHBtn a more attractive ap-< nee than the great assortment ribbon prises won on the herd of which tbe animal husbandry of the A. * M. College of l,exhibited ft tbe American Roy- ; livestock Show ,at .Kansas City International Exposition and ck Show st ChicSRO and are now on <it*ptay in a shoW placed to the"Totutodavof the Jrjlcedemic building. They adorn. • W whole interior of the good sited ■ case:. "Rfpresenting all hues of <he ' rainbow and with beautirul lettering V of both rainbow and compound : . 4) colors and attached to gold 4* bronse medals, they wake a very • beautiful assortment. When they have served their pur- pone of attracting the students, offi- cials and visitors to the material ad- vantage which they symbolise, they kv will take their place in the great ^ chest of similar relics which the de- ~ partment ha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 5 January 1923

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Publication Title: Orange Daily Leader, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 5 January 1923

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