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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 22 February 1923

els* im nm! sPfff. M, •C.; Hw 0*1 yea Ownge county TAX RECORD n Allen, 10 0 acres , Johrf A) mmm*M *8® _e tate, R. Ballew, 71 ■ft. Ballew! CO acres naWi ft. Ballew,44 acres, ■■SStiiEl^iwWi lew, 50 800 Hi " S ''Am fc;f ■ s.. Hnr* >4 •- • *• Lty^v-V • I •mm fe mifi'jjUMitf, fc, J, A^hlltree, R. Ballew, vnUlrWand Brown, R. BAllew, 238 acros, $112.62. • >• «•,£ and C. M, Bta^k. R, Ballew. m 7fr.88 ucres, |35.10.- ' rA. Mf. H. and C. M. Btarir, R. Ballew, s&MMt afren, 86,0.##. m v Mrs. R. A. Wlnfate, R. Ballew, 180 acres, f55,4 . £■ iff. Wingate (Lumla) R. Ballew 1 ,115 acres, 87.Q2/ , . • hi K1"**1® (Lumla), ;R, .ftaflew, v 181 acres, 886.0#. ft. E Winfate Ophelia, ft. BAUat, 180 acres, 8118.42. fw 82E86BUrkeB> W®' «. W. Klayer, Wm, Clark,6*a<&"ei -4 A. &, Tl , SI WsmmFSWt ■%$|& ill V.-m-'&l- <t6Hft iwm l!S4w,T . nuOEfl A^p.Jt. «44- .Timber only, 850 Jno,Jatt,'lH VJno. Jit*, ill p W- Unknown, 8160.89;; t % nST-JltiSfc acres, 117.14. " D. C. and Winni«y...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 22 February 1923

inH m Mil *' w r*. a. «o ft.. I. WiM S. 69 ft.. It. 9|9.99, Sbeldon, lot 7. blk. K«ll Fobd, Sheldon. Sbeldon, It Mt 14, $44.99. nrs: ass* *MMM 4 Wataon. ebe'don, blk. 11. *I5 *« lJ : . '"C • gattruk. gheldpn, part lot g." blk. 91. 999.21- w c. Snaatronk. Sheldon, pwt lot S^H." $26.32-. „ Soaetronk. Sbeldon. part lot Sheldon, lot 3. blk. 92. Sheldon. *«xl4« ft. ^k!?e SSKlft. Sheldon. 52,140 i _ o. W. and Maggie flUnd. Sheldon, ft., blk. -92. $27.34^ m S&ife p lc Wk: ffi Wk Mr ■ £ ■Sib; and Berth* Reynolds. 53x140 jf ^f'^ddil Sheldon. 60*160 tt.. SLlS'sIeldoo. 60*160 ft, | A1*: JJ^Io'n.'^Won. 1-3 lot in ^rfSuSdAto 7 Sheldon, lot 10. blk. A.'*t,' Davis. Sheldon, lot 7. blk. *6. Jjjjof^it's. Bland. Sheldon, lot 1, ChHdon. i a lot t, blk. 94. $ -44- ' * B.'M. Oavl*. Sheldon, lot 7. bllt. Davis, Sheldon, lot 8. blk. 36, ^.'s1 McNeil. Sheldon, lot 7. blk. A 4J; i^cNell. Sheldon, lot 8. blk. Miif a' I. Ouy eatate, Sheldon, lot S blk. 43. $50.40. Texiro Filling SUtlon.Sheldon. tot Texic^...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 22 February 1923

^$3 4 € XlH Iff®:®!!1 ■fit Mtw mmmi uimm 1:1 • ■ggs, tw 11 * n it lifPllM "■ ■ «■ Sirr^MSB FOR REST: Housw «th mods* 1 conveniens**. ii i in * mi it-, m «BKI towNt' for Ml« • t M«r Fee farther lafor- at lit Ms street. Mm. SRra ■S3mkw ' BkSKE?,(i' MP* I§kv I *. .Cfr T .!yW*W | «i W) llfll rfraCW* ' mSam: Em • ffWfJh; fP* '• W-m-fr « j'. i ■. '. SI •« te haul con P. McElWrath, M.■' ■ i .ii m ii liirfmil 3k iflMvS'i .'I^kBEe 1'- *4.,'" "' " lisfiB pome except} Boiclt automobiles a Owe for Jtotton T" - Bulc #t Sixth for sale. St.. Phonellll. tl7 A. p proposals , BUrners* Court for lag of, the Norton Road in *««•*, At * ofithecounty < OBt *t 0«01<M* ' i. 1 m. a d WW* *£*' ' " " = -Ji"'-r v-:'-r -r1' r Detailed Intoruuttfcfc BMP be talued at the office of the Engtnesc at Orange, tew ' ' ' * eertlfied or *shlerchsck m ' HM.Oo made payalfr «*hottft ;«* coarse to th older ot M *- ^ JL i i a * 1 X A ikL^toU ^ • jm* - 'fc' must guarantee thai the ;fnl, will eater Into contract end bond. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 22 February 1923

JYijJSfr MmJM jfi-3 Hf" .WTiililliOTf : i >11 i h \ Man Will Have in Erection of the I To World ar Dead. r Pat M. .Neff has nppoint- L. Baker of this city, along C. Tuylor of Austin anil 0. Kitrell of Houston, na liters of a state board who will charge of the purchase an<1 f|£h#tioB of a memorial to the world lii|Sr heroes. At the last session of the legisla- ture $30,000 was appropriated by the state towards this fund. This ■f ' vi^V ■I wfmwmmw ■■IhahhhI Wini '|iwl« I Emblems Saturday at Pinehmst country anran School the busiest daya for golf era froth iE.fl little consul's office. DW FRANCE could have sowo t* ihe Wad Bome men tp dig Jt she had soq e cara to haul It. ~ . (Nine years ago, possibly longer, Sol Nathan, now a prosper- ous merchant in Orange, left Russia, destined for the United States, a country in which he had heard the • ambitious, honest and industrious had a greater opportunity than in Europe, Behind him he! 16ft a fam- ily, a wife, a small sou; and two daugh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 23 February 1923

wHI M mrm ?,;/? m ItflEww^m UME IX. C~T1?' r.,i.i.J,,'., "nji,iii,n\ ft mmmpi <!.'■> '- WMi * :■? •; Amendment To City Charter Is Recommended itigs Will Be Started For Widening, of Gr een $f>-; From First Street To Sabine River. W> m $ [ - 1 ■ ' ■ .'-V v M«hu8 of Inducing property own- er# fo pave Green avenue, amend- went of the city charter' to allow the city to assess against property for Improvements, widening of Green avenue from First street to the river, revival '■ of agricultural industry throughout the county and removing a large ptirt of the burden of bonded indebtedness from the city, were propositions thoroughly dlscunsed at - a membership meeting of the Or-, ange chamber ot{ commerce last night. While not quite as representative as In former days, the meeting made up In enthusiasm what U lacked In numbers. Name Committee V Out of the meeting came tho for-; matlon of a committee of five to counsel and work with County Farm Demonstrator G, C. Elisor to seek co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 23 February 1923

wffltsjW ii A. 1 '" umiW"!1 ,I|.I I ^' || . ■ ;V- to feature the lt«tM the American Demand, much redused from the re- * remains active juad well mm heingeoa- of production in " r > *V1M> 'ujpward BBt, tho advances less frequent and lew than heretofore, indications to . stabilization near the *", The cold weather snows and rains that re- prevniled in many sections _1 cou nt ry, have not only retard* Btdoor work and tound reflec- ln demand, bnt have also in- with logging operations I lumber production, in the South, on the west coast as well as In minor producing territories here loggers are not prepared to ite during wintry weather. and al|U result .In production; but *v«fywh«r* being made to main* I tain and Increase output. Retail demand Is strong and In for stock* are voluminous, tho the higher wholesale prices are creating some hesitation among re- tail lumber dealers. These say that If further advance* are made they will have to Increase retail prices, hut they are loath t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 23 February 1923

.. ... .. *■ .. ■ > ■W'i'. DEPARTMENT IMlftsW smm Velma Kimball Calendar Church - $?«}«« J®*®!' ■' 4v.' & '>> -4" iPfkit. saw? ■ Ill fcy' mfc r T'-wii1;' ' ' fiAk-'ii fife ■ ||t': M. m Ey'Si m< r ons/609 Elm street, from 4 p. m. Literature Club—At home Jfr«. Lutcher Stark, at 3:30. t Young People's Missionary clety of Methodist church of Mrs. M. A. Watson th street, at 3:30. V SATURDAY— Wednesday Bridge Cluh—^Mrs. Claude Wilson, at 3 o'clock. Shakespeare Club—At Bailey House nt £o 'clock. Music Department of Woman's ClUbs—Chamber of Commerce at 3 o'clock. V \ T Jrli •fl — — \ 'i WKAii KMIHKUH— "When all women wear knickers," says Vice Preb/dent Harry Sellner ot the Retail Clothiers' association, pro- prietor of stores in New York, Phila- delphia, Newark mnd Trenton, "there will be fewer accidents. "Girls will save time getting to work in the morning. "Because of their greater bodily freedom they'll be more efficient. "Legs will cease to be any novelty to men.*' y, " ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 23 February 1923

; • ^ : < ■• : ■ ' ■ ■ ' I#/, f I if m 0 LW f i Tj| % «#• Kaill-Burke, Inc.,Brokaw Bldg., City; m South Michigan Bird., Mpv-f.. i, >/ •>, •> • :•< upon the* character, Branding or r«pnUtioa ot any vUjdk may appear la tha columns of The :ted upon its being liioaglil to the attention TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 198S. I:U si'LENbmJsmwi^0, American National Banks occupied a more com- ading position at the time of the last hank call, than at any time in more than two years. 'There are approx- imately 33,000 banking institutions in the country, but the 9,225 national^ banks represent a much greater pro- portion of the total banking resources than they do in numbers. Comptroller Crissinger, in Ms statement says that aside from the position of the national banted the last call indicated greater activity in industrial pursuits in virtually every line of effort Total de^ " sits were recorded ifecembbr 28Lat'$17,420,481,000 or increase in the year of $2,345^379,000. While .part?...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 23 February 1923

'.'1 I"-- ' s—2— ~ ' H j-'. ;vs Results of Charity .Work ;,:« Visible, It b ■ j. Said, v. _ < ,.. ■ / • . • o —■ ...^i !i|/ ■■■'■•, The work of the ct|ild health clinic n>r the month of January was very effective, according to ^ report, of the activities of the or- 'lESir the month made p,b" f .ResulU' officials of the clinic Bald fway.^re becoming vleihle, Indlcat- thfit the work of the organlsa- on for future month* will be mill ore effectlte. r JL MTh 'ro were many calls made at the secretary 'a desk." the report re- eitea. "AH were responded to In the way that seemed best. However, \the best work la In the clinic. i "Iflk* 1 lit. . . . "Th* health copferahfce beld Jan- success. Those ^n charge express W 21 to 27 w HiT in every way a pleasure at the splendid results 0I - tairted. There were 295 children x rPached at that time. i "The follow up work done by Miss Wettlaufer has been accomplished In " Jv'ery acceptable manner. For the t:~\- nfonth she gave 15 lectures, made 25...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 23 February 1923

I \ "I Feb. fV-M" j Gillette, nineteen-year-old i student of Southern university called on act eat Janes Kilgore on one U* busy days this week.; Dr. * could five,her only • mo v could the university best hastened Miss Gillette. "In f the endowment fund." re the president enthusfa am Pjvj/1' m "Just a Imoment," the young co-ed requested. * JTTeke your time," advised Dr. Kilgore as the youthful philan- W tbroplst seated herself at bis desk Jf jf , and wrote out a check for $1000, payable to the university. Miss Gillette explained that she w*s paying up back dobte to the Lord. "I heard Kev. H. D. Knick- erbocker, our presiding elder, preach at (he church here on the Uthe, "she said. /'He told us it was our duty to give one tenth of our income to the church or Its Institutions. That was several weeks ago. -I thought about It. and made up mind that it would take about $1,000 lo bal- ance my books with the Lord. 80 here it is." Dr. Kilgore, remarking on the ex- ceptional character of eO l...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 23 February 1923

S$!^~room bath uud gara^o, on l*ylflg tatt sttoet. Phone 868 . > FOR RENV: New# papered down! . • • front apartment. Modern throughout. Very reasonable. 808 Mali.- Phone 302. FU^ISHED APARTMENTS: j Con- veniences and fuel.) 1107' Main. Phone 113.,; ■ RENT: Two furnished rooms „.. for light housekeeping. 1300 Main Phone 489. for funtfshcd. or unfur- nished room* with all convenience* ' j 'fflf '1X T -.i i f J ra S $ ifU <v ■WBP'A'' '■vM/Nmrnhmw wmrnf-i m < HOLDER HEWT5HES AREATA) I WENT NORMS' S H.ASHL*5S COCONUTS I HANDLES a - <firrf Urtiri"-• fr" tii in i 'in PART C 'few Max A. Hh<Hlngj m Dor- K'.OAKE T D CAR BARGAINS We have some exceptional bargains in Buick automobiles and can make you a trade that will enable you to pay as you rlder-AH cars offwW by bden put In first class shape and for that reason we guarantee their mechanical condition. EHLBRT-BUNCH MOTOR CO. t } $'•, Buick Dealers Front at Stytli. > * Phone 466. DOK4T KNOW HIM" *■ >-'' : WW i ' ' * V'&am...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 23 February 1923

IK]r:' 3 «#3 « ""«'■ " wmm , -n> •< tomobtle cuorqus, L" ilHH i. ——H—i . *. N. FITZOi-'R AL D) F«b- SI.—-Champions of praciics art cent an bill o «r in ths senate by of Si t 1. Senator John offered amendments which ipted to the act, taking can- ©f license out of the hands the stale bourd of medical ex- Aid vesting the power in tetrW Judges. And to prevent in junction before a judicial hearing on proceedings Instituted to cancel 11- eeuse. '" There were twenty-one shot full of amendments. H« do clared he was well i> leaned with it m finally put through the upper house. Now it will go to the lower house, where there are many members who have prepared amendment's and Rep- resentative H. S. McNatt o>f Tarrant county has served notice "that he la for an anmendment that will exempt Christian Scientists and another amendment that will give the chiros a stjfte board of examiners of their own. Two prominent physicians of Ft. oy roachod All r money ran out so they sold, their car ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 25 February 1923

V.'Jjrf ■■ ■■*:* .Mill ■■< W I > I f lllUM-Ml .1 TODAY'S HAPPY thought: te world In a stage and Its a l J*hJow if you play fair, v : . ~ • Jm'%' '■ ' V ,. '?> ' Rtf! / WELL. IT wm a red letter d y an toy golf In Orange. Plenty of 18- hole par *pores and dandy exhibi- v tions that will live long in the mem- ory of the "the bugs" of Pineburat ' Club. Further than that we're to have (I Monthly tournament, an spills Wm- KMXi&4 r-clty affair. Regular big league 1 yet purchased «*ffc IP YOU haven't IT your season'* passport to the king pin sport la Orange, one of the • Ms '•>vv.' ■core of ticket sellers can accomo- date yon. There'a only two hundred of tben and we are told they're going fast. ' 'ONE YOUNG nan about town In- form* us that the trouble about say- ing it with flowers is that you hare to kaep repeating. spfcf.'; .• 'i.i ALL THOSE present who have started talking better Canning to Orange county tiller* of the soil and hay* sold stock for one or more syrup mills,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 25 February 1923

- 'I" v.\ Vv '4...«3 t-JMJtH ,U,:\ AttkiV' , ■wHwuSsffi If™ Pfipl E. ■' - . ■■ of Rotary a most befitting night, scores of friends enjoying was declared one of the great- ";4(f this nature ever held , The celebration, which carried on universally Fridaj in commemoration of the birth It organisation, began promptly at 7:30 o'clock and came to a close the midnight hour with an in- dance to the young people of city with the Rotarians as theit - The Opening rThe celebration opened with a followed by the flag- Kfe grand march PPfr"-. raising and an address of welcome ■K" BBW lilm JBwk' '' ' Bwm k ■ life" m,*- Pi pB HiV'. ■ mi rc-. rtC^. I '* ;• A '< "i'-y by President George Col burn, after Which he introduced the toastmas- teir. The Rotarians and their guest; tben participated in a luncheon pre- pared especially for the occasion dur- ing which song* were sang and all present were issued numbers. ■'£ Several addresses were made at tfce conclusion of the luncheon in- cluding talks by H...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 25 February 1923

\ . ' Honor-The — P/l PBffll ' : 'V f - i • iSli M' vfW^THM ' 1 •; >••:' V i-?Vi III III PMII m il I ■ S„.J * "■ii^'NvVi rSPSSP M43Pt« ■BR +f •.' m i'v f;.:S?\ Cf * if $ .-v V Jt' ■p.. fill* • ; feT 'to «f .*■ |§^,] r L :-,v.;* <. h JBM4: It#-- * If' ' I awnBr' * ' S&2rvf "'h • • IP V;f K-;' £ #8w'4 .1 I I 'i&f '$3m 'i<:i lw w V Ku TO Social Calendar MONDAY Public Library — Chamber of commerce, 2:30 to 6:30 p. m. Degree «f Honor — Odd Fel- lows' hall, 1:30. Camp Hadeco— Mrs. R, Lee Davis, : 140A John street, 3:46, Camp Mudjekeewls — Mrtu W. c. G.rlggs. 60(J Sixth street, 4 o'clock. TUESDAY— "' *\ > Tuesday Bridge Club — Mrs. P. B. Curry. Tenth and Main, 3 o'clock. Mothers' Department of Wo- man's Club — Chamber of com- merce, Mrs. C. A. Gunstream, leader. Camp Tehaa — Mrs. Steele Campbell. 1002 Eighth street, 3:30. Oak Tree Nest (Blue Blrds)-^- Mrs. T. C. Ford, Fifth and Elm, 4 o'clock. Meeting of Social Service Com- mittee — Red Cross headquar- ters, 10 a. m. WE...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 25 February 1923

WSmf': '■,#?■ v - City; US 15 II corporation which may «Udly In the >«(IV lu bitai brought to all® mPv* AB Wo. 4 KpMj '*,11 H MB 1% « [ ,r pRANGE, TEXAS, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 192a NIGGARDLY UTILIZATION. y In filing to utilize to the fullest extent possible water- transportation potentialities with which Hjpaven has blessed this country we are limiting our material prosperity;, we are hanging a ball and chain afofyid the nation's body and forcing oiir people to drag a heavy burden, because as a people we have failed to make proper use of the great asset which has Men given 'fa us in our riven and lakes fa&pbqts. We have been miserly, niggardly narrow-minded; we have spent a few millions of dpllara pn river im- provements as compared with the hundreds of millions which we should have spent ; we have done a little work irf deepening some of our rivers, and this has proven what might have beep achieved if we ha£ carried for- ward with intelligent and energy tSfe'%^ork which % a«m...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 25 February 1923

m Cfi KllK bP pjm ■ Emi i m m Mil --i Bf ?« las >«**§•■ in. tforvlcea at f:30 p. m,'. A (Continued fr^ni Pag* 3.) : |E. JosophBOa will be In chari*^ " ; services.; i4j|S3aI« I Sunday school Morning servlcfe 10:30. ; ■ No eveuhfeciervtce Rev. A. JVAppal, pastor. / At fit. Mary's Catholic church-— Upv: Otto Bauer, pastor. Low mass and sermons at 8 o'clock. Instruc K '-k" I •7 '■■■■, " ■ ^w'9m"VM§rf,H, ' 4%fJr the morning service ineluito ttev.*W. H. lirowu, Mayo, W. fi. Lea and K. / &®*h. '**. weather ta /tayorubU standing room is expected to be at a premium at the KorvlcOs of the day. The musical program will bo a spe- cial feature. ' / Iht piogram for the month will mm aurmoHs «v s ociock. instruc- Z 'r?,U"i* . f lJh0 Uj6rnl"K «**" tio'iiH at 9 o'clock. High masB and 'ecrmon 10 o.'clock. Rjpstiry and Benediction of the Blessed Sacrementa Wednesday 7:80 P. m. " Way of tbo Cross Friday at 7:J>0 |ce. The last SuWl y in March will oo kuown as 'i-j very body'a Day." ■ *:> &l...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 25 February 1923

SI^M ■rliuj , ; M yra iLLI JL.1t gsM .'' Vv.V spp&g ***$ '%^7 %%w§ HK'j 7'.. .':^M t * ftm&i — p$3 A. ikPp^^. ...... mm,„,,,... up ' > Document Has Been Prepared And En- " By Orange Chamber of Commerce; Action Should Be Forthcoming ite.. in Near Future. 60LFSTARS ty owners of Orange may, and after that time allowed for call- Plnehurst Club Host, | , At noon member* of Plnehurst country club wore host* to the vla- ItlnK golfers. Sara ion, Hutchison. Cochrane and Qoldtnt being honor- ed cuaats. Plus wore laid at the luncheon for stating the four-city golf tournament, the first match : x , VV' gipro. through their vote, decide ing an election at which the property her or not an amendment is'owners might votd upon the pro- ^H|ffi Mary -to the city charter as it. posal. ifeoueerns paving in order that the J No definite announcements have *reet* of the city may he Improved.;"8 ypt **** mad* *8 to when th« I proposal will come before the com- | according (o a movement Riven im- ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 25 February 1923

# . .... S.l ';- - /■ A> ?; . ' .■;.*„•■ ■ ,>• ■•■)■•■ - t S', i' • . <"- ?v. $.5#.-., Pfc, -vr r, | i 1 I ' V I * f | i « j l i ' / i f L | -./. i. _ L I I M , L 1 ■> ti ■ijufri IF^I Vi , WraKM ' j o ■ . ■ m ■JR1& H5${ - ,-m m- m VOLUME IX. SECOND SECTION ORANGE, TEXAS, SUNDAY, B^EBRUARY 25, 192a mh Rfct Hfe'v - Hi B Hi ififeii ■ * on' ~li s Rise Is Great Movie Ro '" ■ ■■— ' ini.,11 ..I. •. riS •';. , "..ftVi- ? ■'.■ ■•.■ * I ""■* :- ' - "■■'a'A- Lights on the Career of Youth Who Left His Home at 17 and Came to America 10 Years Ago, and, After Experiencing an Unusual Series of Hard Knocks and Buffetings, Found Himself, Though an Extraordinary Combination of Fortunate Circumstances, Famous Al- most Over Night Through His Work in One Film. Movie Folks to Caper at Exposition « Oni of the most Interesting fig- Rroateat offflnst, rnn (]o h)m ures In the public eye today Ih Rii- to , to h,m ,he S(Q h dolph Valentino, tho i 'great lover ra), away froln home, of tho moving ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 25 February 1923

tk W&Mmm a I mi . ' nil' ... WZ-h' HERE K"*W'i I ;f : JUg* m' Is fc'f ■ • . itvAi f§;' Ri M'v ~'f' If'; m-y 3;:; Pl?<T mm: Ip- wfi 11 J i } "Powder River" is without doubt most thrilling, interesting, and onal feature that has ever n presented by any veteran or- llll fnnttation; to briefly outline the iJlpS' program it is as follows— OVERTURE. "The Star Spangled Banner." PROLOGUE. 1500 feet of German confiscated Submarine pictures, that clearly show the methods used by the Ger- mans during the campaign of unre- stricted submarine warfare. Twelve allied merchant ships are shown be- ing sunk by torpedoes, shell fire, and bombs. The above pictures are presented, to show vividly the reason for Am- erica's entry into the World War on the side of the allies. "POWDER RIVER" Lets Go! ! ! ■ Here we see the complete history of America's part in tb* fight for tiie freedom of the world. The pic- tures were taken in France by the U- S. Army Signal Corps, and re- leased by our War departme...

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