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

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Publication Title: Orange Daily Leader, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 11 February 1923

f£$ W^mW<&n' ^™w^c>-';,.r -Vr — ".V;:,:' : '■■■ Ito! ,^'vii i ■ * . """'. \. 0'v*""'- '>• ■ '!■'*■ i.i;.m'/t'■ K'lm^yr , ,. ■ffettK' Wwr**# ?f- K$! " W:M£ 4"',-!."rt v*i- * v< ■ ■"1 1 « ?,5;.4S^-v, /^feiep r, ••■ 0| *« •■•.'T^'-V* •! • a.. jfii.. . Down on the Farm . TOU *fUPU> OLD PAECE fM*J>OUGM YOli'RE ilUVr TlfE MAM I'M > ORGET LLER*. I F I EVER. MEET HIM CERTAINLY, <?\\ LL COME AfcOiiUD TONIGHT AMD WEIL CALL ON THE GIRl Au£> settle IT: OF CHEfcSEPOMf **1 KHOW -aJNOUGM 1o KEEP OUT0f>- S \ MY WAY* YOU'RE <■ $ JUST THE MAM jVi ^OK)^ "FOR! I WANT - ■ mm i'i ■. ' '•' §/.v zK:, ■■ T*- '•'r:"'- \: ■■. -...■• .MY WA LUCKY I J>IPMT *UH 0\/ER YOIT- u AGAfM I'LL IVE HIM A G-OOD UCXING: BUfME^ SLOW. Cah't You K|LP Mt y ixm YOU^eagocd NAOER! wur^'n < elPiftl *nnan"'" ■ bs ■•-_ mam ilni I' il l I'M GLAp TO MEET YOU ~ AGAIN1. WJShb WEH\HG.MR aONES TMl5 T^ MR.DOUOK. V(6 CALLED Tb TAL^ < WITH YPUB. PAUSHTER. WE TMI &AN hu^ AT hOnE1- HOOLlGAN VJO...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 11 February 1923

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 11 February 1923

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 12 February 1923

m ..!:■■ ■ ■ I-;1-'" J V ■: ■■■ *—H-* ;■•:■.. >>■ 1 . tlrZ >. BKSI W i. i n i WB i ;V;' *y w> i 1 ORANGE, TEXAS,.MONDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1923. s> ■ i'., ■'(■'?: ^ K.-<f >f i%F RK TODAY'S HAPPY thought; Early bird m*y get the,worm but Its- a cinch the early bud will get the frost. FAME SPREADS tar and wide. Orange Pointing company today re- ceived an inquiry on printing from a cigar manufacturing firm In Kings- fc' ton, Jamaica. Yep, we're going' to fill the order, / < WELL, ORANGE county now has a county farm demonstration agent. Pretty soon we'll be able tojjtdopt a slogan something, like the state of Iowa "whore the tall corn grows." Only thing we suggest is tha^we bet- ter change ltva little «nd lay oft of the "corn." f v / ENGLAND HAS her minor con- ctftns, but Asia Minor isn't one of them. Some Activities Under Wav But Further Fall of Water is Badly Needed. THE STRANGEST thing about the Vemailles Peace Treaty is that sec- ond word. 1 * AN EXECUTIVE Is a (ba...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 12 February 1923

■V fi waft# X 1 ' W:! ■1 wm HI? a« . , I lrf«li(hll)i<wt>i llA* 111 *&■ (M $ retain* it *rt*«t the cold wave which much ef the coun- 8 Jo wed down outdoor \ retail trade, says the Lumberman, ChWo. Full not expansion of these . is looked for as soon as conditions penult. Buying holds up Wrongly and in- are numerous. Orders for all , and also shipments, k re- greatly in excess of production. > means that the lumber shortage ing. -Many mills are with- from the market, being ov- ld as far ahead as they care to The mills subscribing to tbe era Pioe association, for ex- en Jan. 2fi had orders on hand 3,395,116 feet per mill, equal to than six weeks' production at cunreat late. rgo business continues to hold attention of the west coast mills. California market 18 unpreee- aetive and is paying unusual ' Lumber offered the Atlantic ia therefore becoming atfictly limited in quantity and that available tor the middle west is con- fitied almost entirely to transit cars £*dttt out b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 12 February 1923

V ■•4: i'.: ':;i bbSI I I I mi' Hsi MiMS I f-' T . •;ft A 1:2, *M6j,- .f.JaiiingciJA inJM tr ifJI ij oi:4BSV" 1 vdps ■. 1 ■ ~ SOCIETY DEPARTMENT Tmhphtm* Nmmbmr 4 "" 1 I r ■ <$** V'-. ' f | Social Calendar —Mon- Miller, at 4 At on of n( Monday— One O'clock Luncheon day Bridge — Mrs. Joe 708 Fourth street.^ Mrs. VV. II. Stark u> entertain at |>ridgc, at her home, i t« Green during evening. Silver Teji _ Benefit Catholic Church Mr*. A. C. Holleman, 609" Hfxtii street, from 3 to 5:30, Public Library — Chamber of Commerce — 2:30 to 0 p. m. Degree of Honor '—. Odd Fol- lows' hall at 7; 30. . , Camp Hadeco — Mrs.. It. Lee Davis, 14 04 John mroot/ at 3: \ 5. ■ Cump Mudjekeewis — Mrs. W. C. Griggs, fi08 Sixth street o'clock "A Japanese Reception" - the Knights of Columbus hall Oreei) avenue under auspice® Catholic Ladies' Altar society 7.30. TI'KSD.1 Y ' Tuesday Bridge Cluli — Mrs. Raymond Hill, 1002 Elm, ut 3 o'clock. Valentine Tea — Auspices of Gleaners' society or First Metho- d...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 12 February 1923

. I .V,. . .. v N:i;. . ' •' "*-L. W'tr-:.*. I ud NGE DAILY LEADER except Saturday and Sqoday morning at 101 by the Orange Printing Company. B. O. RICHMOND. Jiualneaa Muifw, «t the Orange, Texas, poetofflce as second-class matter. Member Doited Frew Association. : to advance: one month, 00 cents; one year 98, Representatives: Ktill-Bnrke, Inc., Brokaw Bid*., New York City; 122 South Michigan Bird.. the f reflection upon the character, standing or reputation of any ten or corporation which may appear In the columns of The be gladly corrected upon Its being brought to the attention % NO. 4 or M. JtfGE, TEXAS, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1923. HStifc. • Vk •' • SCHOOL LANDS OF TEXAS. If m\ *In connection with the available and pjermandnt tool fund, I want to.call attention of the.co^nm^tt^ the fact that the school land^s have Been sold on $0 y<^ars time, and that one fortieth of the pHncjp^] i$, due every year," remarked4fdrraer governor Oscar ^plquitt in a recent address before the S£iiaf...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 12 February 1923

I ' " '' _ V THE OLD HOME TOWN , . • iT? f f; 'A'-'M— £H — —i' M ~ If •> ■ "ii" 1 11—I u.mi* "hi . 1 HI t. 111 i" '*f '."-M IIA.II .—inprrms He® m1 mw;^ -iKr. ■v gp&i DEE ^ ■ ■ ■■■^ ■ iihm^ . i r i' iNiiiiHi^iiiuil, .nilii- mi Taken u late u 18 a-flta. aatn* dar*« paper. \l Anything In after 10 o'clock will appear In the next day'1 edition, •d ads are pa/able in advance. Tkey will be taken oyer g.«, . througb u*.,, HATES: 10c a line for first insertion* Boa lilne for all following liiBortious. j^Blx words to tin? Une.) Wo *ds accepted tOl* law than 26 c. wm^'fww* ii« TELEPHONES 4 and SS. ASv-.'C©K'. 'J?>J" FOR RENT FOK 1UJNT: A 5-room, modern cottage on corner Fourth und Fine. Phone 58. }m ■' fwfj FOH KENT: Light Ivousekeeping | , . ^ roo® , 1005 Cypress. King 74b. HOUSES and apartments fur rent. Phclne 259 or 246. A. ,'k I > -V if; ■m i I a-m a 1 'a 'i'/i \•)* ' j 1 ■ \,m -7H \ ifl I "^1 t ,'i'j < h •* an - ' * ' 1 4 ' 1:1 IH ^ a. m i Hi h'8& I I ] ■ m. .v<• ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 12 February 1923

?' f ^v'':•i•■:i''*;l^^K!!', *■ 4PlP^lSf|| ...— — — ; Wv - - ■■V" ■' I- SAYS ESCAPING GAS KILLS FAMILY Fumes From Broken Mains Fatal. Fowl Play at Poultry fob. 18.'—"Mar itnfUM as ,in in- ■Hital manifest,it Ion 9r*by of tnost ardent mfc Iv Jayne, of tke declared in summing eriences with d 1 vorce Hth I tried 200 divorce (Ith the aid < f one of j t Invent jR-ators, questioned j in parties to net at the , for divorce." Judge Jayne ! PITTMAN, N. J„ Feb. 12,--Six persons, an entire family were killed here today by escaping gas when a main burst, * Three other persons in different houses were overcome by escaping fumes and ryKUoitat<d by pulmotors. More than a dozen persons were made ill. Police and p«f< company officials ore unable to determine the cause or ; the accident. The dead are Mr. and Mrs. Kio I'ucci and their t'otir children. The pas main broke some distance from the Pucri residence and fumes followed a sewer pipe into their home. | Emergency crews from the ros compan...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 13 February 1923

iifn / , '&WwW'i ' . .WHf ^ ■ 11 '• %■ "-:!^^::"?T'r*W- &*r<r*mr*. r* k>k - >v.-w r -■ m*. ^yrwrF^W*'.t/A ffWEfc'/^itnOPMinFi11. * —- - ' ■ . ■ -.. - —>—n- f k - m—; « a—.-4 —— VOLUME IX. ORANGE,/TEXAS, ■" ■!"■ * «" ■" « '- "" "" " *'«■"■ ■ .-■■■■., ■ ■ i-V^.nr:-1':^1 " • / ;■——. ' _B _ ■ ■■ ■ ■ F ft >1' ">-;l ""■'"vi ' ■'vv^' ^ "■',."i)i(,"i( I""..', 1,1", .)_ 11 </ i;«.i"i. ' ! r*V"'T% ii ■■W'-iifl TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 18,1923. ——r—- p.. %;■■■■,■ ? ■ , fcvv TODAY you think f, without any. ALL •VP thqught: don't coupt, Just m W-',. w £ IF ALL Y. M. B. L- dir meeting are like- one we sut to on laat night, we'd rather bo a mout- her of that organization than any other wo know of. More of the di rectors ought to he out to the meet- | Inga though and see what's (going on. WE ALSO am sorry that tho Elks Circus date. Feb. 19 to 24 has been cancelled. Now we will never know how fast does an elephant walk. , ■ itiKQ ~ ^ * . _ * atil WICHITA, Kans., Feb j(; ■ ■' A ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 13 February 1923

bs^t • _ ■ Wmwrnrnm & SHrJffiiaP?'wiyvv. ?:«!' • ■■&.• ■: ( f . • .• < * . ^v . ii+v<*1 W j , ' ..->' -i. • . .fc. " "".. ■I1.'' rM>': > i. ' k 'I'" *' J.;' .; •#> ••'' its ■> L GAY KIMQNi UPRO CKON; IBNT NEARER M> mm"u -Mark- in the I adding ol the east, < Reservation agricultural de- a report of its M; M'ui. rABHINOTON. Feb. IS. in being made Of preserving and national forest s pi National Forest mission of the lent stated in rs of labor. than 200,000,000 acres of j cot-over waste and unproductive forest land in the eats offers a k vast problem, which can only be solved . by local and slate co-opera- xvg tfOD wKh the government, the com- $ \ mission Stated, This land must be 1* jmafte to produce again, or the east win in a comparatively short time find its forest resources exhausted, the commission warns. ; Over 2.000,000 acres have already been acquired by purchase for for- ests In 11 Eastern States during the J.0 years that the commission has f...

Publication Title: Orange Daily Leader, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 13 February 1923

I.'i :i,. I Ef [ i : 1 -I . w ^ Mi ' f y^'v - • • "S: \ L'1 - • i si fl t Wv'" i 1 HRBoxtTKun riUifaaii r""" " ■ 11 ■; " ' '■ *' 1~ -«"" $ *'< "*! II'. ii'"1'|i ,|ni| ,.,i ■< f ■■ h .■ imm 111 m . i ■■.. ii 1.1 . * ■■■ ■"> <"■'' 1 ««>■ i—,■ W1 ■ , « I,*., iMnt * 11■ ■■ ■ ■ i i' ■ > I..,,. — -,-jy i.•f. ,j 11-i ,,, V- ,, 4 !*"■ ■ ' • - ' ■ "■ ' " V" ....I,,,. ! '''' '♦ ' " <' " *• ' ' " . . , T~\ • . 7 w~y • , SOCIETY DEPARTMENT Ttlmphonm Number 4 Social Calendar Tl/E.HIM Y— Tuesday Bridge Club — Mm! Raymond Hill. 1 (>1)3 Elm, at 3 o'clock. Valentine Tea Gleaners' society — Auspices Of or First Metho- dist church — home of Mtd. r>, c. Bland. Fifth and Flue, from -1 to 7 p. ni. McJthorn' Department of Wo- man's Club — Clumber of com- morce, : ;io; Mrs. Hunter Hud- dle, lender. Camp TehuH — Mrs. Steele Campbell. 1002 Eighth street, at 3; 30, Oak Tree N'ost: lilue Birds — Mrs. T. C. Ford, Fifth and Elm, at 4 o'clock. UhllAhMj.n \ Wednesday Bridge Club— Mrs J&l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 13 February 1923

SHIP, DAILY LEADER p":r:;. ,*>:.'■ . W .<$• I: ■ ; '"': -■>: ■ ,)« MV .r. " ■ ■ '• 1*1, ■ ■ £ v % 1 l TT1 n? Saturday and Sunday morning at 206 iJBtreot by the Orange Printing Company, &. o. RiCUMOM>. jtiuunMi Manager. I at the Orange, Texas, poetotftce aa second-class matter: —Km ilMBbar United Preaa Association. ^ : In advance: one month, SO cents; one year 10. >. ag Representatives: KniU-lJurke, Inc., Brofeaw Bldg., And Broadway, New York City; 12 X South Michigan Blvd., 0. VL aeous reflection upon the character, standing or reputation of-any firm or corporation which may appear in the columns of The r will be gladly corrected upon its being brought to the attention of the publish*!*,' AII Departmental No. 4 or r#t' V jRANGE, TEXAS, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 13,1923. 1 *> Vv JUDGE ATWELL'S WARNING. < ■:"] J ^ (J Federal Judge William H. Atwell of Dallas had before him Dr. J. W. Decker of that <^ty, charged with | tfce selling qf narcotics. According to the tgs...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 13 February 1923

l&fflni 0—; ■ I I I : 1 m ■ * i' u* 4 % ■ ! g| > Mb ill $>' M9HI Mm i .w.f $£ ,vi v TUESDAY;?! ff> jv'-v/'" ■ ■..'$$$ >• ■■ ■.1' '■v'^V' ■>V: V : • y 11 {■ "&''•■ %rh- I'*' • *. r V-. ■.*</ T-' ►. '* .t aPSlrJlJIM iff"!TPiifHi 1OMllW 'a' 8* ".w THE "ORANGE DAILY LEADER Jpfe; " f-'jrff I' f-< • % ; - rtisements ay'./ paper. Anything In tha naxt Oar's edition. in after'1* .■ ... adit are^ payable in u(f*aac^ >. They will l a taken over ■pMMMi m lute lui'lf a. m.' ek >wiu£p through" (Courtesy, bft bare change readir wll«n the •""Sim:, uivWijr following iuuorUoiia. (BU Worfl tolha line.) No aila acoepted tor lew than 26c.% < .< ' Ji W" '#> Vs Y ' ' IBUBPHONES 4 and 88. * ^ V<V[l <><•' ' . «■■.!* t f FORRENt I' " Light , UoiuekuuultiK i'ouuIb, 1005 Cypress. ,Uitig 7^15. HOUSES and upartments* for rjbnt. Phono 25 Si or iU6. L. FOU IU2NT: 5-roym Iiouno, lights aud hath—on Levingstou street. Phono #i>8 FOU I(ENT: Two nice ruuuiB ''....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 13 February 1923

%■ * , STY ■';', ■■?. .-. T ,■" ,'1' ' ..**', . , ': ■ :.,i ■ '• V v-'1 i . ;<f, I ' * - , ;>*"& ' ■ > V . •■.J ■•' . «■: v-. ■'SWv \wP 11. ¥$ms "REDS" WERE FRAMED Old Spanish Meet. (V Investigator Cites Alleg- ed 'Plants.' ROTARIANSTO DISTRICT MEET MAR. 20 AND 21 i'iiiii.i|ifcip,V Wty* 1 '•>},' ,*<* ..mv ■:■ "■*'*•• •-*■ «' Ws % r: ''' >'• Imf'V® I ■i r n toad congress is a -#he plans in connection A fflttli Annunl Old Sjtan- Conv* ntion at New Or- Marih 26-27-28. "A coin- «f interest exists," the raan- m states, "hotween this south- -iraiifu-itntiix-iital (#HHMHH* ««<l trunklines from the Nojth that ffeto it, and (his mutual in- & should brine all forces to- ller for tin- goe>d of the south- territory. Recognized higifway ■rfMBntiltations therefore will he in- 'Vlted Jo join in the sessions and ■|pielp work on r policies for the Jeomtnon good." ■$# Legislation will be sought for f-b-C elimination of the offensive roadside advertising, and also to em...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 14 February 1923

' II 8 few ■■■ <*£ '&* ipfe ■■■v v • ;,.v •. ■■ , - \ . ■ ■• -:. ■, i. i; U v'"'-,-- ■■' ." V ' '' ' •■■'■ TO X WMM ■ 1 ^ , & $M« '> /''•fii* t-'vr P,:l flKfflKfjSteiu iM iwiiimM RIVER IS OF COUNTY BASTILE HELD IS STATIONARY AT m MARK 9tegro Burglar Still U At Large But Trail Hat Strong Wind Carries Wa . fa Been Found; Trip Into Jefferson County Made in Stolen Auto. tl Quick work and cooperation of the police department ut Beaumont will effect the return here of three of four prisoners who made their escape from the Orange county JhII shortly after 12 o'clock. Tuesday midnight. Tl^a throe men ipll be 'returned here Immediately. :i is understood, to face not only the char ice which landed them In the.county bundle, but another of Jail breaking which carries with It. a sentetic^ not to be disregarded by one upon wnom it may be Imposed. l:*il Hoard* to Ksfiipe The Jail delivery here wan effected through the use of twG boards said to have been brought Into the jail sometim...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 14 February 1923

mwrn ■f R" , IJ*v ■ ■■■ y.WM mm* V'J " ■' 14.—A. pro- isi ventilation r fenreau, the govern- i charmed with the :'b war wounded, was 10, Ion of members of in Lesion. an effort was (luce testimony purport- ' irregularities* in the is- f hospital contracts aud sraanapemont in the do- j learned (hrjt several legion ( Who say they have docu- to support their j have been summoned by Walsh of Massachusetts, iT*l * |T«J mKm WMMtt; ia&wte -Jt| 0L 11® ■ sua SMS® Bfi . t: t; ■ *' m r Is pushing; the probe. THREE OF FOUR (Continued from page 1) r. * tl'jfv rjp^1 -•r ,•« o r--#•£- ,i ^ •• '1ft 2 'ft stockho favorably impresaed by not only the program made during the put year, but by the possibilities of further expansion and development for the forthcoming year. — - crease of 25 cent* on oUrecently an auunced. It is stated, will enable the company to accomplish even thaa under the price which prevailed during the1 past year. *' IV mWrJM sar' tf-: 'zS-k ere was t n reach the 100 per I next 1...

Publication Title: Orange Daily Leader, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 14 February 1923

1X11 -mU j I I 5$3l i£ f I - ••• !• -,. W ' , pi l*\S% * ,■ i I ■ ■ hi m 4 f' '~ 'M r 1 2 M h,Mj ®>|S nt X SOCIETY DEPARTMENT Tmbphmu Number 4 I ' 5ywSWS':. , I 'V^rr'T ■ jV. . . . L, Social Calendar WWJAfcMMl , Wednesday Rridge Club—Mrs. Joe Miller. 708 Fourth street, at o o'clock. V. P. M 8. of First Methodist ?lZVCll ~ MrH" "• *** avl8. iu.- n Rtr"ot at * o'clock. THIHSUAV Gleaners' Society _ Mrs. A H. Coale, at 3:30. . Methodist Woman's Missionary Sf Society — At church at three o'clock. Mrs. W. L. Joiner in charge of Bible study lesson. St. Paul's Auxiliary — Mrs. A. , C. Flelg, nt 3 o'clock. Presbyterian Clrele No. 3 — Mrs. Raymond Hill, at 3:15. Catholic Ladles' Sewing Circle Mrs. Frank McNamara, at 3 o'clock. Baptist Circle No. 1 — Mrs. A. R. McLean, 804 l'ark, at three o'clock. Baptist Circle No. 2—Mrs. \V. K. Rrowft. at 3 o'clock. Ruptist Ci.rcle No. 3—All day meeting at church. Baptist Circle No. 4 — Mrs. A. E. Bearrie at 3 o'clock. Baptist Circle No 5—Mrs. B. F. Bowde...

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 — 14 February 1923

m lem /"Jf f «■"?■ PVK k MfMiM: Rra| mh and Broadway, New York " OL'1\ wk-l& except Saturday and Sunday morning at 101 ** Una Orange Printing Company. ;..*• E. O, RICHMOND. iiuil&OM MsnssWs hem, poatofflce aa aeoond-daaa matter. United Preee Association* month, 00 cents; one year fS, : Kalll-Burke, Inc., Brokaw Bldg., City; 128 South Michigan Bird., sn upon the character, standing or reputation of any Arm or corporation which may appear In the columns ot Tbe will be gladly corrected upon lta being brought to the attention m. ' All Department*: No. 4 or BS. mSM P tANGE, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, i: ■ ' WHY? ■■ ^ v Bartlett business men opposed higher taxes and land the accessories that go with a modern civiliza- tion. It takes the coin to make the world go round. lale business men have entered their solemn pro- test against the state income tax. a tax on amusements, Cfr increased motor vehicle taxes. They do not believe that gum chewers should be taxed to educate those w...

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