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

".il .m 'i m a •: -• • v j?r{3£ ,.lV. KM Hi fttt •«. iff' 'i. — mw# ■ « r rested v*111 :m , -j. _ Bitf "3%f A!iL%:JS^ ;S? r ■ n ""■ "V1 ! " ' "V"f !«• ■ £_>*>. ; KS^S.^C'! W*' Vk ss-.m; n-.« rremier A special feature at the* rbekly luncheon and meeting of the krange Rotary Club tomorrow noon 111 be an address by Dlnsmore W. , Hume, government savings director for. the eleventh federal reserve dls- " trlct, with headquarters at Dallas, Mr. Hume, who will be the guest dtirln* his stay here of Postmaster H. H. Watson, is a speaker of some / note and his talk to the club Is ex- ' > pected to be of a very interesting Bf:'nature. Accompanying Mr. Humo will be Postmaster A. B. 8eale of Beau- ; i^ont; Miss Carmen Shaitt. his secre- tary; P. 0: Inspector D. J. McKin- ley and H. G. Arnold, assistant postmaster of Beaumont. Bp. •• ;;.'!;In addition to the principal ad- dress, a service talk will be given by E. K. McFarland, on his classi- fication which is "Investments." Members of th...

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

jpf„. mm I '♦>*«.* •) «««• « . ; 4*w «•.«.«•*< '.'• -W ' ,v;V>::,". :' f >. V •' V, ' V .'/ •/' '' • '-•. ' 'V, *> , ,1 ,J v 'XViiWM^ iS H ,t\ wm<,; m TWO Ri WDl BE HELD IN NEW ORLEANS Wffl R3 'TlM Old Spanish Trail Associa- tion "Convention to be held In New Orleans on Marok. 26. 27, and 26. Jn which practically every gulf state ^And extreme southern state of the country 1s represented, will be an extremely important meeting insofar way from Orange to* New Orleans, which will open up Orange trade territory to the east; Judging from the string of stores and merchan- dising establishments springing up along completed parts of the high- way^ the completion of the trail will lead to still more such buai- ; Mm as Orange and her immediate future ; ncsses with, the resultant upbuilding is concerned. , ! of the surrounding community" \yi Orange Is located on the trail! Orange will have at least two Which has been designated one of; delegates to the convention, Dis-; the c...

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

' 'iPRvsn. mwrn '■ 2*® Bhm imli R Wm*^ i||p ■ v Psfe^-f ■ iPS* BPi Hi lifSt J':'* - * K|,;- •' >;MA. ." P' ' W I' ■■.11111.111... i ,.•'■• i 'fcr <• j\'i^kw ■, .* '*, ..... •„.•:• tci ,v . .■;,' - s£H.'i t1, *IT:VA' . ',"V;S **& &.•. •• 'if "Al'fWr'^ B=========S«BSbsss SOCIETY DEPARTMENT i —— j! On.-SM,''' it?* ^ m* : -. fcVfe.:ira3r<Jsl (kl I* \<i i111!1 111 1 1 ' "= not more oif her morals than on h'ar Fel- <-• Monday Bridge Club r- Mm. H. Lutcher Brown, Til Oroea ave- nue at 9 o'clock; Public Library' —- Chamber of commerce* 9:90 to 6 p. m. Degree of Honor — Odd lows' hall at .7:30. Camp Hadeco — Mrs. R. Lee Davie, 1404 John strfeet at 3:46. Camp Mudjekeewls — Mrs. W. C. Griggs, 608 Sixth street at 4 o'clock. TUESDAY— J . V ;• • . Tuesday Bridge Club — Mr*. Will Coyle, 610 Pine street at 3 o'clock. ' Camp Tehas — Mrs. Steele Campbell, iuo2 Eighth street at 3:30. Oak Tree Nest — Blue Birds- Mrs. T. C. Ford, Fifth and Elm, at 4 oJclock. Eastern Star -r- Mason...

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

afternoon except Saturday and Sunday morning at #0* Street by the Orange Printing Company. Ma &. D. RICHMOND. "*' - > M Um orange, Texas, poe toffies as second-class matter. Member United Prees Association. it to advance] one month, BO cents; one year W, Representatives: Kalli-Burke, Inc., Brokaw Side., d Broadway, Mew York City; 182 South Michigan Blvd., t§~ 'vT / \ * '' j < t. ' reflection upon the character, standing or reputation of any firm or corporation which may appear in the columns of The will be gladly corrected upon its being brought to the attention publishers; Wmi 11 m mmm m vNIVfn 'Mr^ No. 4 or M. ORANGE, TEXAS, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1923. PROPHET PRICE. ?. Prophet Theodore H. Price, speaking of business conditions, says prices are higher as production drops; labor in the United States is scarce; European buy- ing power is diminishing; railway shares are injavor; cotton from force of habit again advances. He remarks that cotton is again advanced and potton goo...

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

jgHMWl1 ' " iSMpl mm .« * in ;*rfW! ■' ■■ ***** ;-W' waft# fl® w Taken jm late ea 10 a. m. nnt boy oS)i £"* batbb? 100 * r°r«r- line (or flrsi .(Sis words to tfct line.) Wo paper. ; . Anything la.the next dajr*a edition. Hr orer ■I ■ the usar .<;q Hi ••) No ads aooopted : n«'lii ,m i K?1 ■ *HK OLD HOKE TOWN t'f/'j - " Mi" ^ ''.V:-!^,..*^"}1:.';!,': :■ '■J'" - * «V Wm&*v& iIPIHRIBSJM fe=J I IgajSgJ J . J.~ LNHO>Lewo«K 9tfwmnk\ |Vfr$w «-*■ > V'■* <*• '*■ M ;-4. FOR RENI t^V , fii , ., , board for 2 gentleiiea. i 1000 Main Street. Phono 404. S provided by Art. 2443, Revised vll Statute, of the State of Texas. ED 8. McCAJlVER, County Judge. '. ^— - MNkiiiiii RING* 863 for modern apartments, Prizewinners api with or #lthout garage FOlt HUNT: Hoom and board oMift to. 804 Fy^|t St. Phone 317. ^ FOR KENT: Bedrooms for gentle- . I man; also tight housekeeping rooms. 912 Main. FURNISHED ROOM with garage for rent. Phone 164. CLEAN, comfortable private rooms, 60c; per week, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 5 February 1923

-: ■ X .s s 4i - ■... W^^^^SSSKIIIsKSSBSBKm THE ORAM '•'■ ♦,V".'V*': ' L- '' ; •«**&<■ < •.• ' I, .r. - \^f-.'"- • r->. - . •; • ••?• , T:.ft'Mw'll^iiw iP!i | • r,,? SMART GETS CONTINUANCE TODAY I Land Swindler IWI11 Case Put Off. Kv';'' ' ' f7> AMERICAN NATIONAL M NEW ROAD CONNECTING E VA! I KY g of Outlaws in Texas; and With Oklaho- Murders. HE CHICK ASA, Olfta., Feb. f>.—-Slier- Malt Shinkey la a telephone eon- ?V venation' from Breckenrklge this JjjgsHBorBlng stated that uk a result of the arrr-«t in Cisco ef Jack Henderson BlfesK' i■ * and Roy Bond, snipected of murder- ing W, H. Prewitt, Oklahoma City, Salesman, in tills county near Hlancti- ard on January 27, a Rang of crim-" Inals who operated jn Texas, Kan ww and Oklahoma may be rounded "P. With these men two others and three women jailed in Dreckenridge. Shan key and Oscar T.'organ, deputies of M':Claln county, Oklahoma, will remoin in Texas a few days to help officers there in their hunt for the remaind...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 6 February 1923

ill f{% i. rMfc PBiiSw?OT r-- •*•*• 11 r * j. J. j- k^-vi !i'^'""""""r^ ':■'•■"■■ ■■ ■' ■ •■" TTAT TTH*"C TV 1 . IS pfisl « m t k # ?v;. . [E IX. !..'iiiiw l!in'n^i)in'ii' (nii Iiii ijiii i L y),. ;, (Mb .M'V ;;, «." •• •. vri ii •-v.' ' .'t -f ^J- If'I?!i-.' i' .!*■>""" .. ■- ' '• "■■ "'r1 * : ■ ;■> ■ >". ,1 .,. I if....' W'iu >M" 'ii,"1'f?1 'i';"!11,''*."'."> 11,1 " 'V '■ ''V '■■■*?**> . >.,■•.• : .HP A Wfltf TRY AS ft .. ■■■':.« -.p.: , , ■ :. 0 ,£ # W&A&, .U _ ^—-—-—:—• **: fK': iv JMifc! ji E3SMI$ L t ■ 5V:; liB ■tp" -1 - ■■; I TSSfe.Vi,"' it $i'V •58$^ fMr- f :. • i m-: . / 1' W'rJ. IHPwf- ■; ■ vwM I ■ V.jKJ fm,: ® '.v*. IK.-;, I ■ \t r.-v- r S •.r fi m.< imi j.y Mr ',fyk ;W \ | -- ■&*** !.* f'M 1H ORANGECOUNTY * Many Delinquent Child- ren in Orange Badly-in Need of Proper Syper- vision and Care. The need in Orango county for a juvenile hotiso of correction was brought out forcibly today with th* filing of twolvo cases in the juven- ile cour...

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

SHf' mTT„ A^Axton hATTv r n * nn« a *r r*rlw "'A 4*1*6 ■■■■x;.y: ;v■ > '• ;:,,y ■ ■ THE ORANGE &AILY LEADED TUESDAY, fEE/tylv &w II I . . ■ ■.' •' I - — ■■ "'. 1 ' ". ' I ' 1 l i m ."Dili IP I < '■ . II II Ml II inn. II II' ' I '. " •" Publications tide News- ^Reject Their ' inents; </• ; , .",y. jj DWARD A SCHWAB \ _ *, National' W* IConHWittW «n< li«*«trr- Jam* Bureau; for Eleven Year* With Pwrtoffleo In- spection Service NEW YORK. Feb. 6.—Hi* divi- dend*? That is the bait that lures millions to sink an aggregate ot half pillion dollars annually In humbug schemes. In" more cornpre- "" figures, that Is'f&OO.OOO ft**##. v -V •, \ ■ y \ ■ #y years ot investigation I .h*Ve witched a vast armyV>t gullible *■ J*i>p!e—mostly the poor, the wage- eafrmwvttae widow—surrender their Ravines in spite of repeated warn* MP&&. ■' Oil and mining.stocks have taken the Wpat. Oil hi easy because tales of fortunes made over night in the oil fields surpass the wild...

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

I I (Tom 1 I I f ' m:* i KBt%> •. /-4 ■*ev v*V] isi?' ,.. wm% Hi.-;: s I ^ I SV-'C- " '• " § ■■ ■ ■ . P ■ : ' r. 1&4 - ffij'.j < ,:> , • v SflSr 'W.J; ' > ♦ J' I I ' 1 to ■ J$p • "'■>■ wl 4 wm% S& ■ ERfife-. ■ V' life- iWjv.v-' I ®v' pr IP-. / If x ' V . J& . R&: ■liyV.' ffe. Ifitov -ffjv ; > '■ L:' i> Vr1 i wATOW' ;u' mi Tuesday Bridge Club — Mr . Will Cowrie, 610 JPIne street at 3 o 'cloclr. Clump Teh as — Mrs. T Steele Campbell, 1002 Eighth Htreet at 3:30. Oak True JN*st — Blue Birds— Mrs. T. C. Ford, Fifth and Elm, at 4 t>'clock. Eastern Star,— Masonic hall at 7:30 . • . WEDNESDAY— Wednesday Bridge Club—^Mrs. W. W. McGar, at 3 o'ciock. Fortnightly Bridge Club — Mrs. Wlil Coylte, 510 Pine street at 3 o'clock. ' ' ' Y. P. M S. of First Metho- dist church — Mrs. It. Lee'Dovls, 1404 John street at 4 o'clock. THURSDAY— Gleaners' Society — Mrs. Pete Bryan, Fourth street at 3:30. Methodist Woman's Missionary Society — At church at 3 o'clock. Mrs....

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

;^v': • and Sunday morning gt «f wy. ■■ pS®^ CKfr; XeiM, MM- M0qUM||B UlAttlft • doited Fren a ..unking/ ;;" k~ ,"i " * 4 liTTW . -.. :j7« j'r . . . ^ v. nth. |N cents; one year ft, • KniU-Uurke, lac., Brokaw Bldf* IS South Blvd.. , •■' ■•' I"; ?£•>:«.'<' h}?$\ upon the character, standing or reputation of any corporation which may appear In tho columns of The corrected upon Its bt>iug brought to th ! ?f Q M wif ANGE, TEXAS, TUESDAY, PE3Ry4fttt%*t$R ■■' i -^«.i'iita - *■' i~ in ' i it in i ' I V1 in" i ii'-'i "I'll li ,l>l« illnl iii>' > I!? I.M . rede the Hange whenithe range iias ifr^vvNtoWijie yfc i%6rie*Sam ttorue Wag a Tj U rode the mage whenitiie range was iree. j i St Louis klilkm*#*, He is the juanna, • Acme and Pacific railway ju«nMig?ffi Joanna to Roaring/Springs. He is a heavy stockholder - in the Frisco lines, andjh&s mtej^sis in We$t m <jMW£ the PMti permissidn to absorb the Laziirts railway)^ . bqroe tfte grouping ^4 IPpH&tebsldn of i^Trtsf...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 6 February 1923

jMiiM IIIM j muniiiiM,11 my Mum ,, . ' V ' i 1 ! .1 i I -J. V ^ f> r* ISlSIi ■TMtM:? k«WM mmm IH mmnmm^ «' [fcinw.|> |< v|.u.< '.|w<l|. -.•,.——„ —— — t * «*« ■ , i1 Ai*,*b4k&M j&iliakLlifti Mwafci.Et.WA.-.i,^,t,-• -i .4ij4tfu till' - *¥ l -<•* msrm ■ 'k$m $ >yH 1 IA T • * A ■11 ■E|&'j¥vV | - ;m. mjgfflm'f '>juj ; ■ R^P? 41 CLEAN, coofttiftable.^private rooms, 60c; per weok. |Jt$k Baths free. ALAMO HOTOt,. 1 1 Uli'f- ". fnn CAIR run, aiMiii FOR £|AX>E—-Storo building on Main 8^r«tt, between 4th and Sth; res- idence and adjoining lot oft ■ -.'iLrl ■' iSga: , % § yj I 0 '. il ' S | %a'«® Xtecher Clean cotton ti ' •'. .• • - * ■ 1 .■• 'if i. *x ' MH- W. ■BKP AfttTED TO jRENT: house keeping room • iublue^ woqiao. I Leader^ £ V WHL 'V-^l Howard tor return to AleeuBland. Phono 631. * £*' WHITE waitrew' want** r Chinese 'CM#.: A. E.'Kern, above, who rented a cottage , near San Diago, Cal., to Pritil Mann, dancer, and au n- „ known man on the night befo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 6 February 1923

MS vm BBIllt; )":!i'R - ;r- M e*M WILL LIFE .i.. . .1 M+m<rn .,<■!<■ I -^lUnl.,1 iM.V.fo. 1 ifw THE ORANGE man1 v-? SI W^j0i0 WWftPs s ?v H * K-TrV' • • ' ' : , lot Sure of Guilt of Men in His Custody, Officer Will Kill Anyone Inter- j fering With Law. CHICKASUA. Okln , Feb. 6.— "If | ybody trl«: (o take these men j , lilway' from me somebody is going' .gift killed." i That was the warning soundodj by Matt Sankey, Grady county slwr- | W0t In a telephone conversation from §ft .Breckenrldge. Texas, today when ad- j Jfe Vised that there were rumors of mob i violence against Henderson, Bond and McDonald, three men held as suspects In the brutal murder of W. H. Trewitt, Oklahoma City sales- man, near Blanchard. "I believe 1 have the right men hut 1 may be mistaken." Shankey said. "They must have a trial in court not by a mob and any at- tempt of a n«>b to take these pris- oners away from me will result in quick trouble." Shankey expected to return here next week with the men....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 7 February 1923

f W-' si> ft ■ ,r i*> m • o m h-'. j 3' * i.. VOLUME IX. L*' 83WH llppr'1 ORANGE, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1923. t"!$7 TODAY'S HAPPY thought: On- ly reliable ftrst sign of spring la when we see tli^ last sign or winter. IN THE busy rush of Boy Scout- ing It appears we art* prone to Overlook the ambitions and noeils of the Campfire girls. Not that the Scout* are. undeserving, but tliat we believe that the girls to be Just aB Important. The glrlH need a wading pool and they need a camp cabin. It is true that girls needs are a little harder for men to understand and meet, but there muBt be a way. Have wo the will? WHEN WE build that city audi- torium, the public library and the new postofflce building, we Btlll will have left to build a juvenile home for correction of boys and girls. There were a dozen crying exar.ples of the need for such an Institution In Orange county In the county courtroom today. Sev- eral Orange citizens are Interested In tho welfare of children whose ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 7 February 1923

V<V;, REC'RD A.GA. 8S1IL M, TttV |BH Breaks Movie Contract K ! ' ■ when it convenes that Re DETROIT. Mich . Feb. 7 —Future offers of Famous Players-Lasky cor- poration to make pictures under their direetiou will not be accepted, I Rudolph Valentino, "movie sbiek" | declared here today. | Valentino, accompanied liy his j wife, professionally known as Miss | Huduut, began a week's engagement ! here last night at a dancing school, the "shiek's" first professional ap- pearance since the injunction served by the Famous Players-Lasky cor- poration to restrain him from pro- fessional work was modified. The injunction, as it was modified Georgia legislature ' forbids Valentino to perform in any 1 theater, motion picture house or on Feb. 7.—rTerm- % the divorce situation in Atlanta lllg menace to the future of state, the. Evangelical ministers lation of Atlanta today ijent its fforts toward drastic reforms In the eorgla divorce laws. Committees had been appointed today by the ministers' a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 7 February 1923

'■'If I , —-mp ~ll ' r """ > . . «• • |1 ' • m m J HOME TO W M * . IHspf -TTT— j 5^ ~; -r—r™ , Taken as tote m 19 «k m. seme day's paper. Anything eominf la ni M|n«a the phoni la after U o'clock will a da are payable la advi « m Pi the phone threach imxtmr, insertions. (Biz jrordg Mfr la the next Eg";/:-' , I i TELBPHONllS 4 ud • -Wr'^ ^ foh *%■«.. • . ' •■' . • - . ~~ WNT: Furnished or untur- lehed rooms, modern conveniences. £07 Orange avenue. Phojve 738. INT: Room with board for igentlemen. 1006 Alain Street. O 404. 853 for modern av&rtwonts, M' WjIh or without garage. " — '■ OK IUSNT: Room and board clone In, 804 Front St. Phone 317. ^ iWHNi1: Bedrooms tor gentle- men; aUo light housekeeping rooaiq. * #12 Main. •t ; , f ,s h ■!< f 4 \ •** ' &*! 4 • \< V 1 K« -V fe$ ■ ;.;: J $ ROOM with garage for l'hono 164. ■' V; r .. , - ,,,., >, ^comfortable private rooms, 50c; per week, 92.00. Baths' free, ammo hotel. fORSALE BALK)—Store building oa Main |>f$v«na 4th a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 7 February 1923

KB MR! HAS •PT MEET Convalescent . ] | .VV,, r .. , iiip r Good Attendance De- spite Cool Room. Jte ir#"" ;V % P?P' Ik gp 1- RS L m' II1 0f A Rood representation was hnd at the regular wwklr luncheon nd meeting of the Orange Lions Club. Plans under way to render aid to several civic projects were dis- cussed but because of the nature of the present status of the prop- ositions no definite action could be taken. In a discussion of the proposed bill to create a law putting a tax on gasoline to the consumer, no action was taken by the club. The matter was left open for another week to allow members to fam- iliarize themselves still further with the provisions of the proposed tav before placing the club on rerord for or against the measure. Applications were presented for two prospective members of the club. The names np re given over to a secret committee which will report to the membership on next W'ediH- '■!>• at which time their election «ill be held. —— W1 >AY, Italian Was Ho...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 8 February 1923

! M m VMS rlv w ■" % i P^EHBpfe': *■ H M 7 •' ^fcpl I I I I Vi % j - JL - JL i"i'-f ^ ...ft • iv " .'.■;' ev:,*' , . ■ ■ n ,.,... ' . '. ■ V' ■' ■,■,•■; :. :«? ..jfr ; '. , : ■ ■"ST" ■ ', *.:l ■ -I'#'. Mgg . JM0B %T '& ,,:|f I f • \ _ - * 'WSJi t £ •■ ->a ,«*.?▼ ■ !>.. i. II.. I... I.„ , II. ■ - WUstiit-U# HPI ip?mv®iW is«m '' ;J^r 1 • • • V •<. r H I ■ .M M w* _ r ^ f ■ Afl i'l , ■!. .••■■.'; ■'": r v l i -^. x.r : ■ ... — • it-xA- .• IICGI7E n ulIll OREGERMAN - -4 I.H.V ~i': S'-'r; '' % IV rt;". « 'II ■>VSaH [• mU I Sf 'i'i'V I. • t« | -. lr « Trouble is Momentarily Expected as German Civilians Have Reached ^Fhe End of Endurance. Is • BERLIN, Feb. 8.—French troops in newly occupied territory continued their advance at dnwn today extend- ing the occupation in the direction of Liberfeld. Reports from Essen stated that the French plant to strengthen the gcirrl- eon tl^ere with a new batailion. Offenburg dispatches disclose that excitement whs increasing, that the inva...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 8 February 1923

ppt pf|iPi - w' t;i?t:*T'. M->?«•'•■t-; Kv fei Closed in Sin- lonth, But Others jn Operation. jj t • ■ ■,' By KDWARl) SCHWA 11 lamtls^ur, XatiouMl V igilniu c ' and IMter lUitUnos liu- Kleven Vr*r With Pmt- otflve l*u i cctk>ii Service. ,NEW YOHK, Feb. 8.—Blind pools, ary much akin tu{ the notorious '(|uxi swjndl^. mill flourish in spite the J'ouzi fiasco and lmprisoa- «Bl. Gullible people are slill being iloeeed ot millions by this distinctive is •; J •kindling scheme. A blind atincl IfDOl . technically known as a "participat f t g syndicate, " or "discretionary ,h°l" •its#.'.! Five euch pools were closed by the .^Akithorities in a single 'month. Vet «c*Sibera are now running in big cities. 5Jt'know,of half a dozen in New York / u3tone. Thi^ e in Balitmore at one ae had no fewer than 6090 mem- Jjjjs s. The branch office' of another J! d pool—which had five branches <ok in fl.000,000 in a single 0 S f ■ ' <£ *• ■ r. p-'-' The blind pool scheme is this; A rm advertise# it...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 8 February 1923

I ' i i&W tfl 1 T &v. 1 1 I' % I -Y I' I m 1 j J, m Lti'. .'-'-V m H). \ M * ' 1 • 1 - 1 J .■ , i k'i' * ,, if* Si.', | If *? '•; I ' . ■"# ' ■ ' mm las£-> .r*'. ■ i ■Mbm SOCIETY DEPARTMENT •% Ttltphonm Nmmbur 4 I ,v Social Calendar THUJtHDAY-— (•lea tiers' Society — Mre* Pete Bryan, Fourth street at 3:30. Metliodlnf. Woman''* Mlnnionnryi 8ociety — At church at 3 o'clock. Mrs. B. K. Aiken and Mrs. J. A. Burton in charge. Ht. Paul's Auxiliary — Mrs. J. C. Wlggln, 804 Cherry Btreet at 3 o'clock. Circle No. 1 First Baptist Church — Mrs. O. L. Baker, at 3 o'clock. . " Circle No. 2 First BaptiBt Church — Mrs. E. E. McFarland, 811 Sixth street at 3 o'clock. Circle No. 3 First Baptist Church — At church at 3 o'clock. Circle No.) 4 First Raptlrft Church — Mrs. B. F. Roehmo, 3 o'clock. Woodbine Robecah Lodge No. 103 — I. O. O. F. hall at 7:30. FRIDAY— Literature Club — At luime of Mrs. Lutcher Stark, Pine and Tenth street, at 3:30. BATI'IUIAY— Shakespeare Club — Chamber of commerc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 8 February 1923

mW* ■BBftfH] WxwH : ■Sil mm •#. wmi. m DAtLY LEADER axeapt Saturday and 8undty morning at AO! Orange Printing Company. R II, RICHMOND. HiialnoM lUnumr, y^TCP^:'; ,',' •'." .', . \V '• '..• . I -A ,T' > '• ',• v-i'v .'' ' '«'■'' " Texan. poetotfice as seoosd-elass matter. United Pro* Assoc Is tioBu liHfin' month. 00 M^lll 6"* yMi M, „ Representatives: Xnlll-Burke, Inc., Brokaw Bids.. Broadway, New York City; v IS* South Michigan Bird., lilg f ■ t 1 . . reflection upon the character, standing or reputation of any or corporation which nay appear In the'columns of The will bo frladly corrected upon Its being brought to tha attentior ■MPfc' \ . : -r ; , \ say vmrn1: fc J 'J: ■ -v Ho. € at MM. \. L J > 4- GRANGE, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY. & W23 A '• s >« OLD MASS AH SENDS THE RATN. Wherever there is sufficient moisture in the earth Crops are bountiful, the wealth of the ;worl$ prosperity comes to those.who till the soil and iVe happiness rtigns. • ' -,. > ** >l [v Texa...

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