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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 18 February 1923

m S Mr H P — m BUl' or uufur rooms, modern conveniences Orange avenue. Phone 73#. KING* 863 for mcMern apartment*, with or without garage. FQlt RENT: Room and board close Ins 804 Front St. Fbone 317. FOR RENT: Bedrooms for gentle- men; also light housekeeping 912 gain. . rooms. Sffii&i ; FOR SALE «? s i X 'r| WW tt* • 1 in, 4,ski ' 1 mm rf. 1 Mm I /:VV; ■ rj & Mtmrnmrnhmmmmmiimmmmimmmmmmmmmm TOR SALE: Baby chicks. Apply lOdtt Sixteenth street. ^ :coTiN(i"sr tachment; superio* device. lFts any sewing machjpe. >3.00 deliver- ed with instructions and sample work. Superior Attachment Co., Cor- pus Chrlsti, Texas.. FOR SALE: Modtfn five-room bun- galow, - with garage and servant house; 1001 Seventh street. Phone 278 FOR SALE: Jersey cows, fresh. Al- so have spring heifers. Dr. M. E. MA1ER. FOR 9ALE: Two lots and five- room house in West Orange $600 Apply 101 Crab Tree Ave*' Bruner addition,- :* FURNISHED ROOM with garage for rent. Phone 164. WANTED J. BUCHANAN: Teacher violin,...

Publication Title: Orange Daily Leader, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 18 February 1923

■— '-JIMH I',; •w'-<, >a:c& '■'" "M." 4" r.; "".n,"•■•"'if:■■■;—-——* "■ .wiS ;■*. itual Oil company, a Den- _ vtion. Saturday assumed an it la the Oninitf oil field when tt«e assets of the Uamil- rporation will) which it hap acccding Sell Ticket* In Those interested In the formation Pf a «lub are highly enthuslattflc over Friday night's meeting, and be- lieve that (he advance sale of tlcketx wm bo. put over within a short time, after which it is believed that the movement will receive the, moral support of hiut(ir<Hls of fans in thej city. Orange las| year received thou-! sands of dollars worth of valuable advertising throuch the Orange Dia- monds. a local enthusiast declared Saturday nftornoon, and it is poKsi- to information; hie to continue this advertising and ivati out here. The merger, it! obtain even, more through the <■>> MIeratood, ha* already become ef-i ganlcation ef p. stronger aggregat ion ftlve, and the Mutual company will, which is made possible ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 18 February 1923

mf fi: **?wm ' : '* % .#Sf t: VV ■ ft WAf: > Vf* •' I r* ' rJ{ X 'b& i&a&i n. ' :'T;- i . >. •• '>. "■ ©t> • *. ' '«■', ;■'! >.■■.- •■>■■■. ■■! , II Ml I Vm9„Mm.u FEB. 18, 1923. FIRST . - .... . . ■' <; ■ ■,. _ ■■■ " VOLUME IX. m L i.. ,. ' iT V FIRST SECTION ORANGE, TEXAS, SUNDAY, —tt—i i1. i . >'!■■■—«—- ^ i', , W-VW* . , • ; t o .' .*% ■ - ■■ 7. Mm —rr1~~~ •"W -V •. ■■••) <• A'" : . •• y 11 ■ . -r.L. __ W:^w;; B r-^> ^ : —-n w i .. -..^1, i >* it -i,< [ I • w J I A I'F I f r I- I M* 1 . I '* . ; a. ■:#. I • ' .. Pt i ■*£ /* ■ SPIRIT OF FELLOWSHIP HAS EMAHATED FROM CHICAGO MAN TO ENTIRE UNIVERSE Gigantic Membership of 90,000 Now Rep- resents 27 Countries of the World; "Ser- vice" Is Purpose of Them All. "Ho Profits Most Who Serves Host." This motto simplifies the meaning of Rotary, tho name selected for a club which, on February 23, will celebrate Us eighteenth anniversary. It embodies within it the purpose of all Rotary clubs wherev...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 18 February 1923

'AGE TWO ' yv , — :1 11 - <-«* . . mtJiMiMS administration of' T jK i Se^M : • V v *Y- Sx1' ... ' THE Oinpl^nS DAILY fiEAuER -J - 111 ' r tfGTON. Feb. 17.—"The f basic messages are from the beads citiieu'a first duty is to of the departments of the goyern- ife m • ir ■"), KfM • ■$ m? ' * ; 11 t a * | I; - Vsf! '3 I y«&«i the laws «f his country him- Constltutlonal government Is 1* ottly by all citizens observ- and obeying the laws enacted the majority." Attoreny General Daughefty made — tiiis axiomatic statement of the re- sponslbility of the individual citizen ■Kj-jlfor the operation of the coarts and the administration of justice as a ?•"' "part of a message on that subject *' to the citizens of the Bnited States sent through Rotary International as a part of the observance of the eighteenth anniversary of the found- ing of the First Rotary club, lta*i(- PHWqtlM. A campaign for the purpose of setting fourth the basic principles of citizenship is being simultaneously carried...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 18 February 1923

1923. mm ww% U1.V THE ORANGE DAILY LEADER * *"~ >'"■' 'vW' \fal- mm <*£m m <¥* > X k ,1 '* ,fk i siBn MEMBERSHIPS IS SPEAKER GILLETTE STRESSES NOT PASSIVE The' only International organiza- tion In tho world that has no such thing an a passive membership. That la the way one of the speakers at a meeting of the Rotary club referred to the organization as a part of tho program of the special meeting cel- ebrating tho eighteenth anniversary of the organization of the first Rotary club .In Chicago. The unique features of Rotary membership wore emphasised by this speaker In calling attention to the manner In which the organisa- tionhas progressed In eighteen years form a single club in Chicago to approximately fourteen hundred clubs in twenty-seven « countries with an aggregate of something over 90,000 members. Each Rotary Club—and each of the fourteen hundred odd clubs spent oday in going over these facts aB a part of their world-wide anni- versary observance—has one in- viol...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 18 February 1923

US • '■■■ ■MM& ■ Vision. * itself to «iw • — Ha vision to penetrating Into |« that of problem any wn, and on« that been solved. In the boy as bats been shown by vor and efforts every- jtH world of material with . .j work, and a problem which l«i the solution of many other questions which have for been disregarded by all but Who forcast the necessity of youth to manhood. Care of Ik>,v«. 'r , Rotary has meant much to th of Orange, to the , little red-headed, freckled-face ur and every other youngster, he be of wealthy parentage the son of a widowed mother, boy looks the same, is made mzfflt. "the same "stuff" and has in bim jfh the makings of a man wherever he Plpl be, this being the belief of every Rotarian who looks upon youth as the foundation of continued progress and prosperity. For that reason the 1,311 Rotary |MJ, clubs of the world today are earnest- ly engaged in fostering every work Km";' which has as its object the upbuild- * tug of manhood from boyhood. Boy Bcoluts ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 18 February 1923

0SP1B ,iS : iij. ,■. *i" y.y-wv; "| * j' sKSyi^ii •vv^^v,; y r* ." tirm* rm . WW OR y-pflSM ' . .' '-.iV: to' •' -.r- 2-r,■:•.:• WvViW «Kot! of the iAfH nt* ill miML 0& ; fog JIS . afl *rvi . . > .r'/K''' '* '"^V' -elected, It lthplleB tfce obliga- give him the support of all % >;'•■.■ at r: -"IB a i guard the I. jKf; . *1 9mw-4F. ■:-■/■ ■!;■■ J& . • " < ®: 111 III tat who 4... bi'"? «°od citizens In every effort of ad- wltb I ministration of the |*w. That cl#- the civil authorltlesor «<jrt his in- M ft ny>del in behalf of the best>pos ilbl* udmiHlHtrHl - _£ L PrwtdeijtHarding today .thus summed np hisidea of t^e responsi- ite' «'E^'1H.-. MX.'- mH wm< ■" ■$. \r sv ' >; vS1? ?■ «[/<;•'.^y ' M- ■■. - 1 ■ a , i •• ; ' $R ■-J-A 'iftu , 1 ' /VjjWMWWRK. * ' I >'(' W("j "■ "t, Kmc If l?i-r ' fe.;: . llityof the individual citizen for the proper administration of the law of thta country and' his city in a message addressed '.to the citizens of the Unite...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 18 February 1923

t :":v'u m MS :'fi*^wv^^irwRi 923. fe ' ? i 'h'«fMfo vi! -A''<.'.v''*.:■■'v-3'vtft'8fe —,t. U ,«■. ui , is . w,— mmMmmmmmm, %. ast m ^W' dmt. : Jm PWmWm WMm K« K-JV Sfl I ...■:. .* ■ "■ :•■ * v' ■ - v/' ' •'•■'■ ' ' ••''>■ ■' 'l': V - 'fe "I'Sv/ilS ■ lit! .'. •; :' ••••'' . ••'* -' .;y vV'''■ •> v/; • . ;_ 'V* ift J®*'!. Jmy 1.' IR'fe- Jgy§§^:; " fjjiljlft' < [K _ ' / I ■ \ ^ •. . '.. iv: • ; * ^ - , « It > 1 ■■ .::r^C"W^i^ v mrmt * - ■VY ?'■*. - • ••■:■ " 'v •' ■. ' • , • «';• *V '■ M?Jiiv '" |-> ;• I M• ^ZSZS, .. : . . . ' .-It: •(. • A* iV-' \ > BMirL.k •■■ &•■ * . ,' 'k'">; ■'iK. « ,' . I y , ! I I ';'*1 , ■ 1 ; ■ •\ ;'f ' .. '%)^s ;■ ■'■.>£5CTt V ' ' %•. ,' * '>■ ii'V.l>; ; V ' '' *• mi ^- N^- 't 1 |Jgps|pf^ ' w^i-' j *' ''■'• A1.'.' «i' • • '<'• ■ . .'• v< ' ,■' * ' ' '■• '-•- *■',•■ *N- * .. . s ' # <4 ■ ,...'• • £ .. "s\ ; ' vl- >'•. ••'> Ji v ^ v m'ji <!■ >"ir u r'f;' •■ 'V^'" t.4j' " ;'> J A ' '5 .<r ' ' liA"....

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 18 February 1923

11 .y M .1 I1SS;S WW,'m Pi - pwr\ L' w%r WMI '" :iU:h ■u>^$r ■ ';1F ' v. *'r . '-JW4' #1 ," ■ .■ <■•-■•''•' "■ tWSSwM ■, ■:■ : ■ h^r^fW^llgK r ;-^ ■■■,■■:' ,t.#S E;!^f Wv ■ X ^ . M « " : Jfo ■V m VOLUME IX. Second Section ORANGE, TEXAS, SUNDAY, FEB. 18, 1923. Second Section NUMBER Is In Its Third <i MM Rfct.',' - (fctA BBpiri ■ V . I «%<? P fc: '■' Jt ■ am v1 ilr l£f' ft"'' •V' -BE/. Hr •.;./! ' I Mf.,'/ 1 ' • re H' OLD RESIDENT W'' "President George4' Last Member of D. R. Wingate Family Dies. It. P. Win Kate, 78, 'one of the pio- neer citizens of Orange aiid this sec-, tlon of Texas, died at 9:45 o'clock j Saturday morning at the home of his! daughter, .Mrs. T. F. Stark, on the Newton county road nprtli of Oratifce. j hud been 111 forspine time. Ftf- ij^rai services will tket'Iield Sunday afternoon at 2:110 o'clock at the Sfgrk hbme, afterf whjch interment will take place in Evergreen cemetery. All funeral arrangements had not been completed Saturday evening:. « lumt « ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 18 February 1923

in. K5S§SI?)J^''t • '> *v> 1 V " ..■*■' 1 •'■Vj ?H>y •>• '". ' o ■' .' 1 ■ " '"' ' /"'' ' w qrakge Pi flfS ®,slS(w<"®E ss B impromptu (By Chopin) , entire compo#itlon 1b carried out in the earliest names ap-J staccato effect; and yet, the melo- to composition tor instruments Jic pr0grei48 j8 80 graceful that It t*s iuer. t™1'""* « •«« "■ <«« « * "Impromptu,'' originally no • I • ' v< •• - :'• * • • -y 1 extraordinary effects that bring out the idea of grot^squeneas. The po« j erful rythmic beat dominates the whole. No composer ' surpasses Greig iu the "national" element. was the name for an extem- • &&; , hut as no piece can be upore wlien written down, the Is used for piano forte compo- rt lone which have, or aim at the :ter of extempore performances, most remarkable are Chopin's. The melody of Pantaise Impromp- waa mucnh sung during the" late tious of the oriental dance. Miserie—11 Trovatore (By Verdi) The opera "II Trovatore'' was pro- ; duccd in l.io...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 18 February 1923

m A m k> ■ i} Sat, W|r* -■■•V- i service will be fea B«W' rs!v • gT'jb *' .;■'' Jp'ii?-' Php: ;. •; WfH? Bt& ■ , :- iriL/- -?•'-'•* ■ • SI ®tsI «p«i 4 !;■ \ hr'<:. mm m mfiuB IfflW tfcV Wk ■ M0 <■<:.- n 'ihy \ ■ m If'' I * I p if It- ■' 1 % ■ , I mtoi i I# fli ' . <1 fifej:'- '■ SM^^- m:' ip> i;'. Ipjri'.'f^,.' • , ,v4 Bliiv v- Ks ii >«• *■.<,'r y, *♦ Circles will meet In jolrit meeting In the church Thursday. Plana will be discussed f9r ''Loyalty Month." 0> Girls' Auxiliary will meet In the £hurch Wednesday. They are plan* •ning to entertain the church mem- bwahtp during "Loyalty Monty' 1 ,* ' . 'V] , W/jk. B. Y. P. IT. will have socio] Frl- ttayday owning la . the church p Sunbeams meet Tuesday afternoon In the church. ,r Y. W. A. moots Tuesday evenlngff Boy Scouts meet Friday evening. I n : m Mte-r- r:' $' ' ' • 1 M -i . v J Ii Young Held For of Fritzi v inn r:l ,. t$yjw ■ A number of the church member- ship will attend the Southeast Texas Yorkers' ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 18 February 1923

JffSSirv |mP SIMILAR .Wolfe of Dallas Comprehensive > To B a p t ist and. Boys. The escape of Ivey M annuel!, no-, in the jail to make their ImMrf*. gro, charged with hurplary, from the! one roilowed liIm,' another prisoner wfyo £ad been found guilty of for- gery and aenteace.V to ftvm yoarain the penitentiary, a mail with ti long prison racord. The other prisoner qqnlckly said "ho" to the pleas of, their fellow prisoner, and eD Silva and his partner were hardly outside —ou'-| cntly-waa designed for tbo same p r-j the jail when their cell raateThfctbe< oyiT^uyiuan of the Baptist,^ose a« the De Sjlva affair — to| inside gave the alarm. The author yon, thrlllea las hearers in1 grant liberty tovever>' prisoner who ;.'."W4n* Oil "Cusiiit.-. a:n! Up-, could tnr.ke his get away from his [cell. Both escapes fell ode o'j thfcir iapaal purpose. , > at" I,HC<1 IKlpC IbMPM ■! •**«, coating trom a... *>mr- ! Siiva, rf daring prisoner, whose Orange county jail last Tuesday nigh...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 18 February 1923

M-SE1K Hi ' • - i H H jsa 'liwiMW'/C Mill rapr BiTiTiTFti sp PigWwBaBr- ~ r~ ' ?iv Hi I I i § l , m mm: ;}' ■' V«lftj8§ !>m (■•.'■ ' -'A f.:"\ ••••' ■ : V: ' , ■ ■ ..- ' wwfitt J t y v., • wife -'iiMjiiftl $%?< '. . HK&' ? ■; ^^1®® mk. ... i SK'v1 ^gtejfc .' 3&>.£4'V, v*< fri - > i>'Hi ■ ,. ■ : ■ .. r fi IB! |HHBIP . (,| ■ ■ ™ mmk^W ". I MMM1.;". mm ? - WM - : . Hi '■V% .■■ 1 "?. a:---- I fc| ■^■v1':i * .'W< ;•(. v« I life i^MI ; M j'J*' .', '■ ;«s#* i I J ■ -© ■' y#l I _ 1 I I - I ' 7 I \ I 1;..,. > At,. WW $'rt> Hfctfr M- ■ r* f^, ■■/' ■fit- Sr .,. M'v'" ' ' ■ ?•.;<; W m; ••!. mr.'r B-al'''' ^ V\ m* ■ r- ipn 3 '■t f i I' :i'V.'?-■ ; , 11 cS S| F||V,r fL ! ^ 5; ]T #1 Wmm A ¥'!^M ..... ...•, . . ;i ••. V,V > ■mA I ., .. "W *U. '■ 4:' %& ' : . 'i}'-'W:-- ' ' , ,1f. ' <*«y * / ~vr.-fyis ■ H. J. L. STARK , $; | fc; p® « g/r% ? :?^^v v; t . - .'.r ^ L'.i& .'.' ''1 1' 'Mf.iu . V ... .,• '.' -V {' I f1 He has done more than any other one...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 18 February 1923

urn TWELVE Wm pen ■ THE ORANGE DAILY LEADER SUNDAY, FEB. 18, 1923. PROMOTERS SCIENCE TO i* SWINDLERS Lrgue That Scientific Methods Eliminate The Chance in OiJ Drilling. strata uuo llni probable volume, depth ami extent of petroleum -de- posits in the earth." Another wild-oattor sold stock in u c li a "scientific oil-finding" scheme on the promise that "the possibilities of a $100 share c^f this stock is a thousand times greater than iho possibilities of a share of Standard Oil stock «:vor was." Ilia first well was a dry hole- and everybody lost their money. "F, H." n> kuvvain Yttvcsligatoi-. f -lie Si \. srtjw \h «^uvi Vitii>...il Vigi- <V li mittce a ml Brtti'f Jlwstnes.^ Knrejui: Tot- Kloven fears M'tUi I'ostofflcr In- ■■ I -Oil Sift i«'. ffirKKW YOH!:. F«*h. IT. Devising: MwaMwi trtcka with winch to fool the IfelMl*"11 'n fraudulent moi k schemes Ha a type of renins in which pro- moters of wildcat oil well* excel. ; The an cient and mystic divining !rod, supposed to loca...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 18 February 1923

IB ' S J '1 1 jm M. rV^jj^pS, | : 'M A '< - ' __ . . . __ ,.. ' ;. ... ■; , „ ,. '• •„.. j #I | "W H V ■ • y ' •i:v}#^' < ■■*>«* \r% 4 >'v,. . : Of/4 mqjkjlv HAJfi IT as.. fstrj'swsri.i ■; * ^i> y- TmiS /AIAIT AJO MCKiKEy' MOOSfe, y* JktoeRSt^4xi NNl MCRfc, IS i HABITATION Or MAA\ i* . Critter, After All, Says Pa HE (SOtS. <SlT ME* A«j' "S* SOCVIER Twfe. (pUtCK^R*. • I AIAIT £OT AUThiaJ' AG** THt (3wnrt« R>SSi^AU^ ffcuy &JT I RtFdSt TwEKP a1O loo1- s IHIAIK ■■ft. V rH:K> ■ rt -m COMIC 1 WhM r, > |^fT e* - -> a. \v ?1 jsm>«as y" if1 .mi "J i <"n i fiWJI '§ Vj ; ./«■ «'■ yl ' 1 |;: '1 # JPA i A' . ■ fe '• fll Kf'.i; 'av®J K |S PI \t$jM Kjfv!' «n Bv'' '■'Wm ; S >•*$sH w f/fl jV'i, ;:M| |i| A «1 I fi I B: j V: OH "',• . ' i rlM^ ^ -I!! E;V 'WM ^ sii Mt«a/ cu as! **t *ibo GjPfc1 ✓ r HtAsWLV *6€>RK! CMtOfc ^JTTi/JLy^ im SjRt1. HOCMA4 6M4S 94. €Jfc/fc 1 Tjouyftap*. HUH! I Sfe 9m/ PaAA' Mfc /4 HtUCJRto gfcRRifcS T'5>WlE yfe« £%sv<y PfcT. P...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 18 February 1923

Jffl (3®^ JK '%/}■ '/ ' ffip:s*>* aJmn jlPl1' 1' It? Bit-- Wrr m W'r !$■• • • '■ i^' HHBMr7®fii''' •** •'•' '' '•• J%Sr Kl|^ - ' . MM WY fr-' ■ |W > '$* "X __ I 'r E- StMi ■ I fe ip« ■mi "J:' ill is BWS£ pPs BH P K(J| !?■■ —'———————.... . - ■ ... ■ ,—, o You LIKE FiME4. E NEW tUt4tH\N& i BiBWBSlJIiiliiM I mi mi fill i iMiiyjiiiiiwiiilllri1; ^jj|jj-" '•jM®"' || i, SByaHIi *> ■ i mmmmm HRiBinaB vJ^:>;i%;.;>I:V|:h-V;;^ l ' ,! iMiinrtiWr ■■ -j ■ - ■ I ,/ ' "i ii • ■ I'r'h :; Down on tke Farm ||i •;.v".&j *$!r®3 ■: jj if- -"JJBI; 'rff) ■I:-';:1'' " '•'«$ i t'.f ,.*.!?• t.*V. ;."' MR.J0NE5 T'M VERY' ANXIOUS -tc? HAVE HOOLIGAN MARKVj TaiRPAU&MTtR. If W0UkP £E A &*¥ • fOME AROUNp To HV HOUSE -r^ tfi&u-r ffii" ;■; %<|N ■ l"TW t&ii' ', '"WtmL rnmmm 15 5iZ_r 4MC11 LL£A EVBKfN OH. UHCLC rT HOME! To TW LiTHV.kc.il A\ UUK1 / VA/OfclV ifaf£ PARUIR SOjTWUV,- RLTlx UP ;ahdwcIl HAVEJ0M8 FUN' ■BEaT: mmmsm-T 0 -m >.J f „ \ss rm^r-tP ":IF'"^"r :!-''.«H" SUB K...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 18 February 1923

f'. v' 1 i' *'/' \:J j ;'■! ' (T :v i< IP ..Pip® m.' ■<w<M W . v -v:M§ ■ ■:*;■ 11,r\ - '• •' v'SZl ■:m ' ">><%? 1 iN ) # «• ' •" ■ M^rv f i' ft • ' j? fv- % 4 Wk ' - $$ * ( 1 « f ■H ■ , < , 14 ■' INI,I II <■ K^'iKl I 1|M T'"~ iIiaT' 1 V* ; ■. -W V" ' iMal raWIMPlMni ..s. / Ww^l i wmm i ■/'■* #?•:*vpwrcv'' k'i -v $51 m^Hi .-■v ^v f'A, ,v •-*;<:4.'fc.';• #jaH t '-dm wWfewitf* w/ ysglz _ ... x. Geooxie iq so UNRELIABLE.! WISH ^el?T&?NH? SSWMSRL MAice UNCUE HCNRi COMFORTABLE". k LGT5 STOP HERE, ON TUB edge af=**THi5 mill, i want TO WATCH *THC klD5 COASTING-.* YeSSUH. (LL WHOA . DlSYERE 51CKN6SS BUGGY f RIGHT ^ER£." — Vl JIW'l OF D S GSKlf • *''li'T'/ ■■ _ 830 -PEAR ^KTSIQHT BY human eye - , OTMCHS STOP Bar Hte GO ON FO'EVAvH UCU GEORGE P' l Sickness SUL KiliM . ICKM6S5 5UUK.Y 5HOFFER AM NOW Goin* INTO - . RgvsRJBGr pr^ •; r< 'tf H9f «$i us go home am* tbu. papa Right away* SSfH ■pBj . .-> ,[ t'. '* "• h((K' wfcf i|w-^ F , &%V □5371 HELP! HIGH' , ...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 18 February 1923

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Publication Title: Orange Daily Leader, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 19 February 1923

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Publication Title: Orange Daily Leader, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 19 February 1923

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Publication Title: Orange Daily Leader, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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