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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 8 February 1923

ements |, . , . ,* - -""- ~""— —- ■ •'■'■ ■ "■«" v 1 « im ■ II Mill! n '■ I «■! ■ I «MIU" DtlMi^.HinWWWBL-- ■ I _ per. Anything Oa,f$ *4111011. be taken 0T«r ready when the ' ■■■**)** ■ tor all accepted mki-': . TELEPHONES 4 and 88. m ' , mm' BAD DCMT " ' _jT FOB R19KT: Two-room apartment BlcgJy, furnished. 1'hooe 1*04. FoS HaW/I': Two ni<je. ro^ms tu-.- * nlsjiod W light bQUakfcoplng. Also garage. oite 268. RfiiB m ■ ir,; FOR' KENT: Furnished or un'tur- nished. rooms, modern conveniences. 707 Orangeavenue. Phone 739. ' ' ' J | ' > I' I' H ' I ■ ' '■■■ - FOR RENT: Room with board lor 2 gentlemen. 100G Main Street. Phone 404. RING* 863 tor modem apartments, with or without garage. FOR RENT: Room and board clodo in. 804 Front St. Phone 317. FOR RENT: Bedrooms tor gentle- men; also light housekeeping rooms. 912 llala. ' FURNISHED ROOM with garage for rea|U FOR SAMS':''' Young Poland China sow. Immune from cholera. Sub- ject 'to recusation. ' Bargain U sold at once. O. 0. BUTLER, ...

Publication Title: Orange Daily Leader, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 8 February 1923

<s $ & > I jf.fr Seek id. - f,. ?, Fob. 8.—^uthor- 6f the Interstate coir.- or. today by Wm. isiana, to acquire by Hoe of road former'v •tke M. K. & T. Rail- McKlnney and the aqp state line known as an, Shreveport'and South- ""1, 182 miles long. 1*1 application stated that for a company to be * Louisiana Railway an company to which fs* to be transferred if ^Authorized. ■ ^ i w* ^ JpMl ^ 'v.' ts tt..| > . | „ ^ % 4M£mA ..oSaB " •: IBH ■s5 8raU **• ^ Isli^V 1%: W j *mk.{ * 3 otPI*" sNIMPIP mf v"- "T>x -v v "•• to I Smi : +% % ' - J'. W.JS*""" LUentf —, that Is, tome of open. * recovering from the' Murder and flgl an exposure made by n local rough and ready earty d.ya. ir of "night rife" In the? — ">ub mining town, known' « . as In the «•<.■' ■' •W"> mm*Je iH A croup at typical Ruhr miners is shown her® at the mouth of the "•uiWal district. Tho refusal of these minors to work in the n«aence of coal mines in the German In* guards forced th«* invaders Lej dvl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 9 February 1923

M B21 JPU- L;;^iV . ■ *"■ •-*$ m 1 f _ KkSPI ruBA'-! ' • *&■) tfs,V'. •. ■■ ..IK'; •■^;Ti4.' 'I H fSSMi'o ,< • ?!' ISroHH i k j j , ' M r\ ^■••'.vlM 0 ^ . w Egl I gy, -, A I 4" ■fk *' ^% "*%11 Vv (i /it ;<; * „,';V >•/,.'',f^'jS , ' . ■ . ,■ '■ *% ■' «. jj * ■ • ■•*■ ii' i i. [AS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1923. "* ' ■*' 1 "■' " ""•— 1 'J "ii 0 *> V;' AVotV;* v o*Vi - B ■-n 4f-Uv- <ar*f wiwi! fffi' ■.? - - - *_ Sptfr'i ■ : i '• ®ns «&?$ !■--f .^•■•^i gg . , 'V . ■• • .■tr lflA yArt|(A a WASHINGTON, Feb. 0 Army Apfnopriittions bill carrying a total of 9840,000,000 «M pawl- ed late today by the senate. The senate struck out a provision wiut-it. wuum tuwe prevmru -wii Jor (Jen oral Harbord receiving compensation M a rctirea oitH . from the army, retained the IjUM, 000,000 river and harbor** prprl alon Oii<] kept the army atlts pres- ent strength of 125,000 men and 12,000 officer*. 1 &V;'jw. WACO, Feb. !>. .the men rapidly mine faded Four B|l BHPE^'SK ,V'K<...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 9 February 1923

Vtm ifMw 1b two fflFlf *** ■."., .".i;1!!1;/.' . • ' !'.' 'i, """ ■ iWu 'MmM, M M Ml aM W rift.* flit'. W MSB- ■ HI m ■ ■ V W ■ I ■■ ■ ■ ■ m ■ ■ V- W ■ ■ mm iM I lilifl ■ 'ii^jiiAftiiii. «■, Wi'M 6 V DAILY LEADER TT* ■ 11 ■"" )i iiii>i im** H®*?! '"if;' i:,;iL ■;;-y\^ ' piM! FftlDiY, FEB. 9, IM ■n ■Tt ~ i itsTM w. V Feb. 9.—" \i'e wiud""that- we got the height of a child at year* of age, we can tell wfth- two or three centimeters how'tali > child will be at 17. providing re are no accidents, or diseases at will seriously interfere with the * *8 growth," said Dr. Bird T. id win, director of the child re- rch and health conference held at University of Texas. Feb. 6-7. Say Band of Men er And on Road Carved Crosses on Her Anatomy. CHICAGO, Feb. 9.—Teg « were caned ou the body of Miss Mil' dred Eric by a band of masked men who kidnaped her and left her un conscious on a lonely country road, j according to a statement made to po- ' About 12 year* ago." lie con-J "ce by *'rl tQd y. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 9 February 1923

;WV;i u mm%fi i ■ <■ '*■'. HhwI Wv n'W '$:' h i j I Ji ■ I mm-#;.#' jJ|fex,''''" KjjHrffiv. •' '""■. 2-: i iv' ,| ' TPE' Hfipu >' r1 fc. TTrrr* mCF) ' nf | ; I ' ffh+fifjV r L , $!$ y. mR}p.&r . .-fc ®Sifc"i Si I i kxi" I R''\ |g . ' } • ?Y' <k *.fT v. r. • •« «u*i H.'- - *A -3.J- Hbf! k&&v? :•■: ■;. I1.*!'1 i Ml" li " ■ ■ ■!• .. .v:,0 "V*"2* iWfxlfr- !*¥«. ywikiUHU — am BBSS! FF ™ 1 i ■I'"? * J 'If J MMl'-i-Wf ' ^ s■ '{WPfttg Starting Saturday at Sunup—lasting 'till Sundown—a record-crashing, precedent smashing Going Out 4)f Business Sale. Think of it, Selling Out the whole store and closing up in one day• Pick out the items you want and reserve them this afternoon by phone or be on hand early Saturday. Prices on all Furniture, New and Used—that have never been made before and probably never will again. - '. .'."HI. j' iww >,-• "i ., ;J liiiitSSi mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm ■ : ' i > A BONA-FIDE SALE! We positively clone the doors of thin store for all time Saturday ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 9 February 1923

IP i ■ '■ —i ■ in, mi in 11, i fyii.ii ' ■ ■Xw W '' ■"\W ■ J' - TO mm* ""0" tmi, W-*"' '"'"v 'i 1'■'• :' \'L V letters and prospectuses. List of SKwklioMm By some devious means a list of 4 • • •*W. . * the corporation's stockholders is ob- tained. They are canvassed with a fetter announcing that they have the right to subscribe to a certain al- lotment of stock before a given date. A "rights" certificate is sent, urg ing the stockholder to ' return it • • • ^ promptly, properly endorse^, with re- n Scheme IS j mitunce attached covering the tiurn- frfv" Stinc* Sfrvlr ibt r of s,lttr<;s subscribed to. " This is ,™ ^U"e otocK.-1 to QnMUt, a fal8t, jdt;u of the Taiue of Ol Legitimate j the 'righas" and that the stockhold- er will lose a golden opportunity if he doesn't buy immediately. m hdwaw> a. s,HUA.« I j*:rkzis ctrr hy T : hurry-up canvass. Hi* buys under W-y-'X^ I.''... ' . > ? v . ViS -i. t irations. t r, .National \ igilauce £ajse ijelW.f that, as a stockhold- ing Hotte...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 9 February 1923

..1 km 1 •ill ' • V- J ;^| • ! AT, FEB. , ;,i fYiiiiiWi-riri ■ • V -V| ,• $ &IIS!wP6WP4<'%# ■ -■; ="-."■ V.V 'j,'-?-*.' :-« .1. . H W ■■: i I I -,''' -A - •mimi wmmA = SOCIETY DEPARTMENT —1 Hhaltii < wl «A'i bM had charge oC local work, Xn. Smothers to fearing roal soon for Olenrock, Wyoming. Miss Annie soils announced ■bo and her ooaunlttoo will a M. II at tbo O. yi—m, Cypress Sixth street. Next Thursday will be tbo Blblo 'study lesson, ana will be led by link W. L. Joiner. Glub At Home of at tit*. — raaKSil.:w'^ < ' 'I',: - iffe Club at t o'clock; Mute Department of Woman's Clab — Chamber of oommorco at 3 ONftOck. KBl! * UMMMVJ.1UN HOUWHWOKItr- "Cooka of tbo future will work In (..ifta, but thojr wont bo shiftless." athel R. Peyser takes this hoi-eful I It 14. ■straw ®S- B view of the "help problem "Tfckt to," she amondi, "if we «.ill have cooka. They may be ellni li tod entirely, If wo keoo osi cou- rt >nsl«g trod and trying to get thin. •'But if the ataya with as...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 9 February 1923

•*"—DAILY LEADER afternoon except Saturday and Sunday morning at SAC Itmt If til* Oru|« Printing Company. B. D. RICHMOND, tfuainees Texas. postofflce as eeoond-ciaes United Praia Association. Representatives: Knlll-Burke, lac.. Brokaw Bids., New York Gtty; lit South Michigan Bird.. i raflacttoD upon tlia character, standing or reputation of any , —a or corporation which mar appear la the column* of The «U1 bo gladly corrected upon tta being brought to the attention publishers. m v... THL j U r 11 Li "AS I J'., ■* I r IS;-'. ■ fyy • j| ■ K k>: ■ Orange, texas, friday, February 9, m | HEADLIGHT LAW PROPOSED A valid bill regulating automobiles headlights is ti^e hope of the Texas Highway Commission and Repre- ltative V. E. Fugler of Harrison county. It is de- " to take the place of the Texas Headlight law. |d unconstitutional by the supreme court If enacted, it will be standard as it is in effect in several states, as the house committee on roads and bridges and ferries collaborated...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 9 February 1923

■ aw' •' " "'' '"*:'"Vv' ' ' ' ■it! ■ ' C I Hal \ 1 ■inn iiM>.i|.il.,mii^ i,.!.!.,—;.^.. ., mmmi n :c:.. Taken m tot* m 1* ft. ml aama" day's in after W o'clock «*« appear la Anything •mtioii. WAR BasfSfi wwbnuw ww are payable la ad Ike pboae through oourtesy, ton i«wweliiawa«uiv f. wlies-the 4|>£<M«||r'4 a me tor all ada accepted Wti'iA y.y.'.j'U (■■"•■ ■ i !*V following insertlona. X for leaa tkaa ISe. ■81 E>. ,. .r T \ .jfv'■'**. MS S-*4Siij |gSP'„ . rve To, Hunt Bootlegger* M swr*-V.* '-UV.r;'!' <&&'<•■ "'i'-v irfP- 1E'« J 3 a*"* -i LJ FOR RENT: A' 5-rooin, t8( ... cottage on corner fourth and Pine. Phone 58. ■.•,(■{'••'' . jfy ■ ,..,.. ■ -■ ■ ; , i ■' - FOjH! RENT:| FurniBhod apartment. Conveniences, and fuel, 1107 Main. Phone 213. ; w'.;. , _ ■ I ■■ ■ I ■!■■■ ■■ y I I,. I ■■—WWW* FOR RENT: Two-ropm apartment. ^ # Nicely furnished. Phone 1104. f a*. <niMMiwn.-ww.i w ■ HI ■■ H^IM FOR KENT: Two nice rooms ftt> f nlshed for light hoaskeeplug. Also p...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 9 February 1923

' l: ' v, ••■•.'r'- Orleans Parted in Cradle. 4fiiU y"! yi' * Pi • f iwfei 111 1W ' .. V t < . ' '. J?. IE w I I' >*.. Feb. S.-*~A (itIn, thread of a material analyze, stretching ftda of miles of cities, J and mountains— tr* has ho;ind together separated almost since K| ',' "' ■ ' . (A are Mrs. Jessie S "~ ] lives here. and Miss Bos-j « of Chicago. j#i«* have grown uj under different tjnvlronments, I had different types of educa-' a 4 experience, harp been en-j out of contact with each j ' I Y t they have remained similar . *£jitt Appearance. mental traits, tastes, j and ideals. ( ,-f_ Shane Joy, Sorrow- When one in ill. the other seems always to share her suffering. When one is happy, her elation is passed on through the invisible ethereal cord to the other. The strange case has aroused the .interest not only of students of heredity and environment but also that of believers in mental telepa- thy—radio of the mind. Here is their story: The twins were born to the Irwin • famil...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 11 February 1923

' ' ffp ' i r& w ■ % m M 1 I ■m : vr i ' *%; 'mti mSSim 4■'• ■ - 'pXf m $. ^'"VVJ ^'T0ym& " \ VOLUME IX. 'i'\ r\ \'f i l^h: L ■' K \ ; I Bf 1 it' • 1 H ORANGE, TEXAS, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 11, *• ELKS CIRCUS CONTEST NOW NEAp END Young Ladies Working Hard For Prizes in Tic- ket Selling Race; Miss Prultt Out in Front. Child Artist The Elks Charity Clfcus contest wan reported as making excellent progress today. ^11 the young ladles of the city I ■who are taking part "in the contest i ure working hard selling tickets for; 'the circus which starts Monday, Feb. Ill and lasts for six days. Plays at flalveston. The circus which will show here has just finished a very profitable engagement at Galveston, where the attendance was large despite bad weather conditions, It is being talked of as the best circus to be shown in Galveston in some time. The standing Saturday evening in the ticket selling contest stood as follows: Tlie Standings. Miss Bertie Pruitt 0650 votes; Mrs. .Gussie Hunt, C10...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 11 February 1923

•i/iI';? JbawSpPHrSKl t; ■■rqai W-i ■ .-'ft. ;■ " '■ ■ '■ __ __ >t W ■'•"■■ if' 1,1 if*',1- '' B5i| H'r m mbv1 Jm ^ v ■■ L CAsntu Be to appeal* from all President Harding and f Hoover on down to the whose only concern la fat comfort. It is reported • million homes are now scthre construction. This is ntly but a beginning. these million homes, and in i«r millions about to be built, it Id be interesting to know how rn and satisfying Is the elec- wlring installed. Architects and builders have ly grasped, as yet, the de- lopments In electricity brought t within the past five years, uently their plans are likely, individual homeowners take band, to fall in making provision this most essential element of fort and convenience in the The great consuming public wants tricty in all Us terms of liglit, ce, energy. If builders are fall- behind this public demand in "Vawlng their plans, it means simply ;'At they have failed to grasp the sa- J nt fact that what the public wants '' , f 'fill ha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 11 February 1923

II 3A1 :r ■\ ¥. , M &■'" ' &;■ r > ft' " V —1 —' -Ji : - SOCIETY DEPARTMENT -V;. Tmlmphon* Numbtr 4 ?■■: ■' : I fc By *'■ \ fV * I ' ' I f 1 ■ ' 1 w.te u A .. v Social Calendar MONDAY— One O'clock Lunclw>on—Mon- day Bridge — Mm. j0„ Miller, 708 Fourth street. Mrs. VV. H. Stark to entertain at bridge, at her homo, Green during evening. Silver Tea — Jleneflt Catholic Church ~ Mrs. A. c. Holleman, ®0S> Sixth Btreoi, from 3 to 5:30. Public Library — Chamber of Commerce — 2:30 to 5 p. m. Degree of Honor — Odd Fel- lows' hnll at 7:30. Camp Hadeco — Mrs.. ft. Lee iJnvis, 140-1 John street at 3:45. Camp Mudjckeowis — Mrs. W. C. Orlggs, fiOX Sixth street at 4 o'clock. "A Japanese Keeeption" —At • he Knlghls of Columbus liall on Green avenue under auspice* of Catholic Ladies' Altar society at 7.30. TIKSD.W— Tuesday Bridge Club — Mrs Raymond Mill, 1002 IOlm, at 3 o'clock. Valentine Tea — Auspices of Gleaners' socloty of First Metho- dist church — home of Mrs. ]"). c. Hland. Fi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 11 February 1923

.■ dy I mm Roman's S ;.0,' IS 110 a. m. 10 u. m. I a. in. , Ivor 6:46 p. m. Endeavor 6:45 , — ft ijv% <i>'> Aaf'lMLH l| ■.xwi ;>:- % " .5W ,.s V - . Te i P';' 7'30 p, m. r- u&VTun school 16 a. to. Bible class 10 a. m. Bible class 10 a. Worship 11 a. . *W. R. Brown. fib' Y. P. U. 6:30 p. m. ***mg worship 7:30 p. m. m. rn. Iters© MlUSl MK1HODI.M W. H. Vance, pastor. Tern- rarily located in high school build-, corner Grwu avenue and Tlair- | townth street. « > T Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. |r'V ^ r PARIS, 'Feb. 10.—A constant inopi dispatch to tho foreign office says that Che assistant American high com misaioner there warned the.represen- tatives of the Angora government that any hostile act at Smryna would be regarded as precipitating a grave situation. 4 s - S.r-j Preaching at 11 . m. and 7:30 rL> Service lasts only one hour. 1 ji-'- , rj-- -jp m L' - ■ ' 7 IA1UOUC ^ '.jM St. Mary's Catholic church.— ■ Rev.* Otto Bauer, pastor. Low mass |i'; and sermon at 8 o'c...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 11 February 1923

si ' ; i "U • I ft 'FI7SI Wctr-W -J f ' fa?A ■■ 4i'S$aa i : . Willi JB1 lie-mM mck. m* mmi il I — I * lly KDWAItD A. SCHWAB <hlcf iiivmitwitor, Notional Vigilance dm I Uurcau; for Eleven Yean with ' Postoffii® Ijisjtt'ctkm Service, - ** *% ^ty ■ ■ ,;: 4'i ■:;p\ ■ *-A> •V & 3 n* w ) tie- r • v , §£|*|§, m V - "1&£ <■ ■to v •/•♦:<* SM3® The negro * %* tr degree for George Adair, white Vfr'i ';4 Sania In three ee hoars. er Classified ,nn r Hfcfvv* *• i^'ir M* ' <■./>; v.\ & IS MaJ. Gen. Allen, commander at the is eeen horo receiving the last salute to America. OowiuJtMx) and ltcttfr otb« ed<l NEW YOllK, Feb. It).——Throwlug good money after bad is indulged lu to the extent of millions of dollurs by suckers who do not take the trou- ble to Investigate. There is % scheme called "reloud- ifcg>*' which, in certain Instances, majr be legitimate. Oftep. however, it iu merely a System of unloading more worthless stock upon suckers who have lost the money alr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 11 February 1923

MM 111 \±_.[ ■-*;, ,, .;^,, . ... i'^vr tMmk fMjtirff! i'! j' Auttt «,«£• «... #<y<* • v? Oyster Stew ' s'M*", k:v jf * V / f DANGER if$ H iH IL S'.'fti ®¥\ DAYTON, O., Fob. 10. -AnitTt- l" premier aviators are preparing the world's endurance for flying. month, weather permitting, John A- Mar Ready and Oak-j f fctUey. will mount <! • vot^ra n j W$,T-Z In an authorized attempt «o! outeio their record of .'15 hours, IS j ij^jg^fttttte* and fifteen seconds o.stab- MpBhed In a flight over San l>iego, 1 ' Cal, last fall. ; p " The California record is not W- ' Ogniaed. as official American Aero-j nautical Association representatives) were not present to observe and J i:;,|ltne the flight. j The trial next month will have ihe full authorization of tin- Army Air Service and official observers will be on hand, according to an an- | nonneement from McCook Field j here. During the flipht. the wings of : the T-2, the same plane iu which ; the former endurance trial was 1 made, will...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 11 February 1923

v' ; . pi Tvf ] 1 I 1 I BBljRSS^yJpHT' V'''."fwf "'rXlW' >,:■■% ' ■■* ■■ ■ ' ■ ' "■ ' * • -■• .•; •* v ' ;' ■■ ■ ' f ■■;.*'. .; ." (f ■■'• ■< >' ' ■j-I- , piw;#1 • H' O VOLUME IX. •Second Section ORANGE, TEXAS, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1923. Second Section r. ' mm m ! r'*®3 0 'i —■ i.n hi i.<m NUMBER 35. Abraham Lincoln ^ cThe Student '<h' t .<2 * -j j ^V> n 6 w ^ iOOOC^yyugyuc. ^I/U*A*4aajuiJ t trd A, 4= Li IL <^ai: With a Book at Hand for the First Light of Dawn. By G. Lynn Sumner Director of Advertising, In- ternational Correspondence Schools, Scranton, and Author of "Abraham Lincoln as a Man Among Men." "•yHKY told me that the Lincolns * harl a baby at their house, and so I jest ran all the way down thar. I guess I was on hand purty early, for when I hold the little feller In my arms hlB mother said, 'Be keerful with him, Dennis, fur you, air the fust boy he's erer seen.' 1 sort o' swung him back and forth; a little too peart, I reckon, fur with the talkln' a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 11 February 1923

• ft. ■ ,.', ■/_ •' "^i -T-'?• J/' ►" V .,Vvr ' ' '• W «LW THE ORANGE DAILY LEADER ORANGE DAILY LEADER ! ■j-.. : TM7 Afternoon except Saturday and Sunday morning at 206 Vroifk Street by the Orange Printing Company. "UtW, i t R. u. RlCHMONl). iiuismass Manager M the Orange, T«?xas, postofflce as aooond-clasa matter. Member United i'reas Association. RWesi txi advance: one month, 50 cents; one jear fO. |i Advertising Representatives: Knlll-Burke, Inc., Brokaw iildg., 1 aund Broadway, New York City; 122 South Michigan Blvd.. j XU. reflection upon the character, standing or reputation of any j firm or corporation which may appear In the columns of The \ Will be gladly corrected upoti Its being brought to the attention | , publishers. m: All Departments: Ko. 4 or 8S. w fGE, TEXAS, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1923. SPEAKING OF NEWSBOYS. B" Five large railroads east of the Mississippi river ive been consolidated into one system and two huck- fes are at the head of the $208,000,000 rail combina- T...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 11 February 1923

?r£ Sv •$$?? t>';S. 'fi'jy- . .. •■■.., ■! , v SUNDAY, FEB. li, 1928. (THE ORANGE DAILY LEADER •i- jOV I ' I .- V". viiyB ':■ ■'■" :t. " rtisements g-m ?TS|J JJ. U A« AJ5a'ai,E RATES: ■> ioe a' Un *for ..... .™„.™ „„ - ___ ... ABiX ^ 019 Une-A No ads accepted IKLBPUOMBR 4 and S0. • ••;••• ww/" 1 f'> - EOREEHX HOUSES and apartments tor rent. SffHE OLD HOME TOWN i|' Phone 259 or 246. FOR RENT :j Furnished apartment. X ■(" Cq&venU^tftes and fuel. 1107 Main. Phone 213. FOR* RENT; 6-room house, lights ^and bath—on Levingston street ,i Phone 686. F0& RENT: Two nice rooms fuc- * pished for light houskeeping. AJso e.f Phone 268, ifX)R RENT: Furnished or unfur- sUed rooms,1 modern conveniences v .747 Orange avenue. Phono 739. 44. ' ' - 7 • FO ;PBNT: Room With board to* JJ- gentleihen. 1006 MAln Street "*'10 404. v-.V , ■* RING* 863 for modern apartment*, :i i.with or without garage. 5E9dFT Room and board close, 804 Front St. Phone , . RENT; Bedrooms tor igentle- fcn; also li...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 11 February 1923

THE ORANGE DAILY LEADER SUNDAY, FEB. 11, 1923. y:w . K8Kv r|v «" ' i | I l-r ■ | pN tes K' : .West le o loleo ar i <; ■ !w > v • 'O My Heart" at American Theatre TUESDAY AMD WEDNESDAY PEG'S STAGE GOWNS USED IN STAR'S SCREEN DEBUT The quaint drosses, hats add shoes, presentnt ion in Los Angilos Lnuri'tt< Taylor wore in enacting the role of 1'. ^ in th.e Mitro sir.i ii version of J. Hurt! y Manners' t'n- mout: play "Pey (>' My 11 earl ' which will he shown <u the Amerir.m thea- tre ne:.: Tu<-sd:iy and Wednesday. an Hie sa'i.i Miss Taylor wore n sin ttiruV Ii • debut as "Peg" on tin stupy. it was in !.os .-AtiK' le.- tli.it •'!' t <>' My Hi art" v as first predion: about t'li years u«o. \fter sue cess ml run ut the western > i t > . Miss Taylor ami "Peg' 'came to Ww Vo.-l., Mid captivated the Kastern metrop- olis rnaking a record rati' let , con- tinuous performances. , I'l'Oij her arriial in New York to In I he later episodes of "Peg O present Pop to Broa...

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