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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 25 February 1923

>'U. '• 23, 1923. KflEY tHADEK sppisp^ip^ pp r;sf, ?•« llraEE®! I WflBw KSSffWfci, ***<w * f ci711 JtTL%£ I eomTnk°.a M,Ut® M 10 *• m- «•<&• day's MDtr I the phone tlu-ough /ourte-V fcW. ^ wlU *" uken OTar 1 boy call*. cutesy,-but h*r change raadp Thw the jgs#' «w r— XUPBONBI 4 and Sf. "**• "" TELEPHONE® P08KENT | return to Orange National Bank. 4 r ' ^tlfT; 5-room houie, lights. r—* ■*? sura? - l"""m IB3S OLD HOMB Town in ws ;;S- Ml f'.Wmr' •wlw ■*■■'■ "■ M W i,;y#g2 LOST: Platinum bar mond. Liberal re* to Iff a. - - - 775 ed H. J.W with d la- It rcturn- r*. A' . . ^ ^ont apartment. Modern __ throughout. Very reasonable. 803 TA B "Ufc f Phone 302 iSHEi) APARTMENTS: Con M 1 and fuel.) 1107 r 'Pboneil3. Main. I>OR RENT: Two furnished rooma for light housekeeping. 1209 Main f Phoa«"439. RING 932 lor furnished or unfur- nished rooms with all conveniences FOR RENT: Houses with modern conveniences. Phone 33#. FOR RENT: Room and board close In, 804 Front St. Phone 317. BLU...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 25 February 1923

M _ m. j it s fr.«s bS^SIS : 1 V t,-i-'V:. < ■; . f> ,;v * ' a A; -5> r <?M <I - : /:Vf , ^1® $SB% Hi 11119 iS|H '•$ MSHB, f im .;■ 7/ SM .■ \ p'-2:,'jr,ti .'-«4' flfc > -Hi-* •h- •;•■■/>' * $ V *C& £* imsx! 1 <:.-■• A w** r ■ \«i n& M H '■■' t s- . -'• . ■ SKa?%j. •'*■ Bw' \ ~ifMR Fife® w mw% ia ^spili •a| Hi M® \'.1& m L,;;:5 ■ 1 V ea mM. < wm> m A Sen. from REX INGRAM'S 'TRIFLING WOMEN" ,'?• 'n;jm 'k'Hh'-mism AMERICAN VAMP POTENT AS ANY ACTOR INJURED BY A HUGE APE .MONKEY INTELLIGENCE A gc-n* A Scene from REX INGRAM'S "TRIFLING WOMEN** m <>. w If m '0- H; fe':f Jfi «■?■',, W;x S'% i *; •£' Slfi H ■' ■ - ■$# •■■. jSbc KEh ii NEW REX INGRAM PRODUCTION TRIFLING WOMEN "HERE SOON ii, - la® ■" ■ii • X&Jk' tii •. H& >*f v I .'. iffifi?' ' Ntf ' Discriminating motion picture pa- trons will soon have an opportunity to witness one of the season's most notable screen successes, the latest production, by Rex Ingram, the brilliant dir...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 25 February 1923

Ji 18 m r ■ " m . Hk^ fi' * K> SM& 1 :...:, :V-«v^" , •.,.n..v'^y i-«: > "• •"* ■' i# ^■r $ •>>..•; ,;';v1 zarw S^sPSBIS wikil <&*■?% W'W MjjaWJ &§& f. yH >* .V :vi.K.'M'..' ::;i,v VV -.•. ;. ;>r.v ' *•- % ' .5 • v ; 'j'" t.#r w - J w-ar^ C^vrnrVt.. &?t.-., .«..«fe AflT- ..-A \-yt Is ■. ■■—— n ii fry Pnllv-T-Wi ■ m VC0X Tha !CK6aJ5 **J 3>AKi&S 1XXA' OX THE Table D BE. V£?O roippyi *-v, V' 4 V- ' ,->.;• ' •« IaI TMfe PH. I ', ' ' ■ I T| n SL AO* WfcRfc SKAIFTT HElL RUaJ UP I ax* LA\6G\ I WOEtO Thev 00? yrfV. A^yfeOOTyiL "TH1_ VtouTteyl 2D0ES /'dDEfe! x>OM6"6ELL! L416S llllUIHIIIiiliHliilllllllllllllUIIIililllll!!!. aJO/JSWSE1. A OLx>. WM£' 7/ILE! ' A LcnriA BLWK*. :«.;*t.*v >• : 1 - • • i\. •llilll -wi AS If /ATiMio] L1L MOOSt NX^ULo tErtST Climb ^ HULWaJ* Y\0OAMS Ui6. THE tofe4p& A&SOte&S ; *v y u ShM; ^wSwia. .' 3T ! fK;'. ■ ''l" ;■ v'-« ■ c^«r V FtR Pny S^^s! Btest hjct ui—* MV Scars'., SliSit. xx>tf ] v 5t...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 25 February 1923

388 •M "i I ,V; afej; ■Hi 3 mm.: 1 B JwMgS S£V.$ k A • $,YfS,) GO 0H\ T . j rV] J 1 •'ms&Sm >■■■■■■ Lu . . . . . L„_.. , - ... vbu , fe> AO R*WT OVG^TO , HAW H6J>AUG«T£^m - ^ vwutu fount lUfcSONrlMAW YOU iCAvKJ WEH^ ME. SOKE \j>OU&H\ 5H0VW A urrrut 5peepl l> If I II« II I 7 1 v «i j; r".f Jig I' 1 IW®jtfS.".s?« 1 .'■ my.... JOM\ aW (vol 05 WlTH Wbyjt* >K( a i ■ W$i i r § / I t 1 [I WANT lb tAtKWW *HT tljSOME jkj L * " >■■ w' 1 W+.tN' ■SIpP^ llfefci i lllii \ m y«f to,JOE WHATVUC MATTtRi IT SMITHS H0U4E, UP Tut ROAD, I'? OM FlRE' ,WE NEEPA LATOERV tagr B :« -.. -• . Salt ^. -• 1. IwPiV-'rK'' NM" ?OH« okt fc* AIMT HIKUTE . WHERE^ IhAT UPJ>CR«- \ HOO, HAPPV! i \ ■ ' IflJI M|P H': ^l§W: : , ■'# "t j ' \iif i':' 'i?r ';; m, M' r?t> .1 . •«> Sft - . WHERE \pu> that (\\ ^ ^ \J TiTHTan ?A TfcTHf Ap 60? V/AlT -ntU I 6ET MY HAHPS, ON HIM A \ V 1 V. II m sii« mg w NOW?; Ww .1(1 • I ( jMR.JONB^ tCAMt . . 'OVER, ok Po VC6t I \ s1V6T Mt ^ A^RY {v .YOUR pau...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 25 February 1923

SSffiVPi mm i IKiS I m£u vv&Y * ■'IB ¥ - Fife ■V ■*:. '■&' <fc.^ W S^HWlf & J 5 <k JH V.'- v :'■. •• ,.;:> '• "■•• ■ :' '/V" i f -r.;-.r. ^WS^pr*. Wf ; . '•■'..'y.''o>j-!tv.«>\hfaiS ' 1 w■■--mm FATHER. LISSUKJ\j "^THAVS LITTLE ENOUO-WTO tx>W make UP FOR ~THO M SJUOGeO ~TH Voua HU GIDiDUP} | SHALL LUPO MOTHimG AND £*«§ ra il r ' ®«W* *V ■ itSM . i IIM III* III II

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 25 February 1923

,-v * ifliHsni got Pew MV^PE^ ^ ■' ::#■■ :' • •... V:vc sBft>- K yw?v s:BK- '\>: w fcy$> P^R. v;,' ~'M&S!?~-r N8mM& Aoovrr IMC NM0 s.;.««a, ■ « SJ^' wjWFS ' C* r^\HO*HO!^JU^ <*4 ELECTRIC (TISS tbO<m-^WS«S AMD MY <■" FUSXKATCO FOR ITtT^^DMONyfeYS Ntf NCXIDLE.Burial IT LQOK5 LUR.V' raRwrS 'v^ ''''" HPN'.VOTIX) CSEE! 5&W ! H£ ^OIVKED ME 13ND t STEP-^lcrriv.. PED OM A c;\|!Jw^qN ElECTRlCKER vmeiB^wn UND <JtF ME I36f\ f T* DVN&MVTE * —' TWO GGOFER&IM A FORT .. . UP,BOYS UMD Alt EM I BRtNG UPDER HEWY UtRYX ®*S5 . •- •■ '.*• *W"« ' ; w nfc sa. frii'-t 1 •J"' Is IPP*MLf^H0ffF fb< STUFF IN Plenty vjf dot dyna- L KNOW fc STUFF gPI ^:^WoTiss MITE STUFF \y PLENTY UF BOb^NJG! vJi |- imtintiiuwiWi 'coulont XOU STICK A PIN IN DOT ^E. PATIENT, OLD TOP* c VME'LLSOON W^THEm'. CT^'" hippowhatamus TO MAKE IT c' FASTER 7 CH&SSl ABOUT TEN T0U5ANOI MILES' UMDDE SOONER DER QV/ICKER! Mr ImSI fPf$;;', >« YA-A51HE SO GLAD YOU W TMNG-BUST MY CALLED \ HOW ^■^-L...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 26 February 1923

I y?7vv " 'A asm-Hi :k'£m /vli* i ;,>/ 1,1'? , ___ . . . ;•' * • '■ • . ft ■'• ■ ■""■ ORANGE, 26, 1923. Kg " — ^ - . 1 &ti • . ' . .■ ith Disposition of Ship Subsidy, Local Meas- ure Can Be Brought Up in Senate. The fate of the Intracoastal water MU fostered by II. Garland Dtiprf\ inking: Louisiana member of tlie terways com in It toe In the bouse at ishington, at least for the present islon rests with the disposition of filibuster on the ship subsidy 11, according to information reach- here from the national capital Jay. An effort Is being made, It Understood to get further action on bill during tl'e present session swing a favorable report render- Upoti it la3t week before the rlv- jfand harbors committee. Immediate Survey phe bill as passed by the rivers harbors committee would grant Iminary examination and survey fe made of the intracoastal canal Brway from Now Orleans to Cor- Christl, looking toward the de- Mopment of the project Into a unl- rm depth and width for the en...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 26 February 1923

,,v' IBBPfe - iffiP If *•#?• *«£• II i;?'''';^^!-1"i!^vv4'A^v%"'i' ' '*.;.^ :■' hi '',' •"■;•' ^T^/v ■/>■:/•*" >■?$.' ': ' .<. "V:^- 'M £*'T.' /■'. ■ \: "•:.; ." H* «iW<p|f^SliksE W ?! ;W? ® ,,#v'Mj(% ' j§| M". f.t ' — •,ff ___. w A' " ■ i ■ < s. .... ■ ^ * "V *% Girl in Ten Thousand" Wmi ' ' Jm§KA. ■p* w. S'**•'' if1 H I TSfc-- mT": p* •' Kfe j H mb\ Bfe •' m K.<" • E#'% !' fife:- ^SlIW) ' m r?1. •#' ■ ■Eft' a- msM: pc ■np| 1 §' 1®?' ife$' ^|;,:. -DAYTON, O., Feb. Sfi.—A levi- than of the skies was being assem- bled at Wilbur Wright Field here &V.: today. The Barling Bomber-—a (rovern- ment project—dwarfs the largest heavier than air craft ever built. Its ■*iHK spread is 110 feet. Six 401 horse-power Liberty mot- wHi be capable of driving the t dread naught triplane from York to San Franrisco in 30 with one stop lor fuel at tuha. •Fftoea men, including pilot, me- anics and gunners, will man the Dumber. Although primarily a fighting craft, the Barling will be u...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 26 February 1923

HP ONDAY, FEB. 26, 1923. w<-'' V im ■M i& "Affiff! «v ■ m I: fea 1 W$m. «>...« u r«" zrJfrtt*&nent8 --Mined1 aadi°Le0puyCa2Lk U^TSS? ' g. fi. tltrough c'aurC° SHS, lor Iubu than 26c. A to^d, tQ **« «M-l No ad* accepted TKLEPlIONEg 4 • « ML '-iiv: ivj|S ■W «%&*•- Fog RENT IW IlBBD baby l>ut;Jy for sale fo"r JL,? '■ lJK'nl°' flm d" * con- dltion.. Call Jul. ^Oit HUNT; £>-room house, liKliU m. «J"\ ",lU * «*«. ou U-vlngaton JE&Mreet. l'houu st,i. KtSft IV — R**°? .KLNT: A,'w|y td down- EMl frout apartuieut. .Modern .throughout. Wry reasonable. 8 03 WANTED WANTED: Ford trucks to haul con- crete material. F. P. McKlwruth, * irst National Bank Bldg. J. BUCHANAN: Teacher violin, all band and orchestra Instruments. 1002 Choi+y. WANTED: Clean cotton rags.— Leader Office. i Main, l'lione t FOltrlUiNT: Two u -,v" furnished rooms 'Of^'Uttt housekeeping. i^o'j MaiO f^V !)32 for turulished or unfur- ^ Hished rooms with all conveniences I ^ ITUlvNlijliEL) UOO.M with gar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 26 February 1923

1 HmHjr rytf.in.r "r -M • • ' ■ ^ ■•'• - W v, .... ,T , IHIBSIPRoM^ , l- *%,'V&;'.^V^';"1'V'-'''' ■"/^fr<" 'r 'ir' ,t^---y ■ '. P ' f W:^ THE ORANGE DAILY LEADER Wil w^wm Mfc" «S3) v,v- w; >W 5ft*' .. * L ■ |®}':4yJ. V I %WkK'*.'M4 V •' \t "■*5R*TS MONDAY, FEB. ~" ^vCvVv.^. bw*F ■ , ft Meeting is Scheduled To Be Held in Austin on Wednesday to Lay Plans. Mh fcf-" Members of the lx<nguc of Texas Municipalities will oppose Senate Bill So. 173 which ha* passed the BCnute and is now pending in 4he , house relating; to the uee of natural gas in the manufacture of gasoline, carbon black or other products, ac- cording to word received today by Mayor \V. E. Len from the League's headquarters.. A meeting of mem bers of the league is scheduled to be held at the Drisklll hotel at Austin Wednesday at which time means of combatting the proposed legislation will be discussed. Provisions The bill. as it now stands pro- vides that "it shall be lawful to manufacture into gasoline, carbon...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 27 February 1923

Itf'B HAPPY thought: ly too many persons go Us without cough drops. ITY SANITARY Officer I>r. T Kll Br shot und killed a dog at 608 It street because it was infected hydrophobia. The dog hadn't a chance to bite any one, ItJa Jlenrfld preventative to see that youfc, pete l&ye plenty of drink- water handy. • DR. CURTIS' ideu of a director of ysial training to go with the An- * derson park children's playgrounds sounds like the logical thing to us. Of course, there has been prevalent more or less the idea ihat we ought to have Just such a person and. qpv- , eral organizations have considered the proposition some, but the doctor says we must have action. W ho will ''lifcrit? " V WHEN 42 men get together In the ite capjtal and put forth a name our next governor it Is hound to in something. Therefore, H. J. Ktcher Stark of Orange is Justly 3 ud of the mention of his name In his connection even though It Is a tie out of season for gubernatorial ms. AGAIN DR. Curtis' statement that m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 27 February 1923

Mi. &$rY*T7 Mta, tSK-IS >.■ ~> ,...> .«' • ■ «?•« c ■ lTO Ik <' •' ♦ • :,.:H w* wmmmMF ®w v >' ISftaS « J:<$r ISIfSfl ^"\f^ r A lr;iil| -V" . &/;!; PmWf - v-/:; -M& \.3& % . ■ s Ji mm Ijr r BSta ■^m '$fL r,.V ,7™ * *M&WK3ftifcik?sW-'$ 1 -A\iiSa #!■' , . *«fy: TOW M jfei fr-'',,*;.i'^.>/ Reveals the acton Which Aid in IKdhiofiiig ..: Life's Goal. jf NOTHING *" saith the kdifL haps, although the «f _ B"1 1 ef the ad«g admitting Mr. the _ _ «f neem, ax* Imn o£ greatest .power ia prying further ncccu :troai a reluctant wrU—what ara tins chances of the «wr*p indi* -vidual of taking ma the initial •tap toward the ceveted goal? It depca4s oa a nssnber of things. It depends en age,'the state at heing married or a-Sed, oa the number of dependent* of the individual, and membership in lodges, just to name a mattered Bat the results of having a family, for in stare, in jikrtkm ta success, are net just what mm* mold hastily conclude. Survey Baaed en Larpa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 27 February 1923

SOCJE Svi- • , ■ \ , Bt, ii£v' lit 4 IkH f ji # ,, H ' '•.' XI i I 8 II I I ■?*•• §• T ; Cfe K i;:*'■ n * E7 ii I ;| ■ •"'4 • :M m r fsv F>" ? t' 'fr. ; f < s I j R _ 4 tffr '-f •' ,| V I <A > y •; i iVv I RrV/ *1 '|f V . *•# KR> • l®; • * IF' % IB K;. i ) m 1 Mi;', if 1m' ;v ,b 4jHP ■ lr, Social Calendar TUE80AV— Tuesday Bridge Club — Mrs. *• B. Curry, Tenth and Main, a oclock. * Moil)era' Department of Wo- ninn's Club — Climber or com- Sr. ° A' Camii Tehas — Mrs. Steele Campbell, 1002 Eighth street/ o:30. [ Oak Tree Nest (Blue Birds) — Mrs t. c. Ford, Fifth and Elm, 4 o'clock. Meeting of Social Service Com- mittee Red Cross headquar- ters, 10 a. m. c W. U. M, or First Christian church -- Mrs. w. n. Anderson, nvenue, at 3 o'clock wei).\ksi).\y Y 1' M. s. of First Metho olst Church — Mr#.! r. Davifli 1404 John street, 4 o'clock. WpdncHday Bridge Club — Mrs. A. J Wllllson, 003 Third street, at 8 p. m thi'llsday/ (ileai)era' Society — H. Rookor, ;!:30. H. Booker, 3:30. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 27 February 1923

Ve i Iveitialng Representatives: Knill-Burke, Inc.. Brokaw I Broadway, New, York City; 12S Booth Michigan I1L reflection upon the character, standing or reputation at any or corporation which may appear In the columns of The Will be gladly corrected upon Its being brought to the attention the publishers, JxT No. 4 or 4". dp.'? • . i- • VSKfV J -TUN*#* > • & y^S 'J s.■ ?j .v ^*JA<■?.'wtfii AM>• t"A. ••1 &££<£ - ORANGE, TEXAS, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 27,1923. >1 ■ ■■ i~ ||f|r GENERAL WOLTER'S PLAN. , || Senator P. A. Turner has a bill pending providing for disposition of liquor seized by officers imder prohibition law. It is said to be a sure cure tor y 'son grass, and goes to the very roots of the field pest ol* the farmers. General Jacob F. Wolter-s has a JplaAi * A ' •* ■' 1 i ' i'L ft ^ for the extermination of rum makers a^d ruiA run- ners. He would appoint a United States oommtesioner in every one of the j24Sj counties, tf :thei*.turn,al 1 th fiherijFfS'ifriif o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 27 February 1923

pi®,; « wold to the ,Uto df lSt" a'u BOt wlw>' «l for tho yol in <>,. ,<, cj,": E. J™SS%"J «BOOBD $11.17, Alien, loo acrei C. M. stark, John A - leu, 800 acres, 1244,40 L. llamBhlre estate, R. Ballew 7 acres, $34.06. ! "anew, 7 Wr°U' "• Dallo«' B0 acred, «• Bullew, 4 4 acres, "T™, ?£jf* * ""««• 4 m'®."- BaU""' "f Ochlltreu and Brown, R. liallew, 23i acren, $112,52. . I A' 75 Si ,wn,d ,M; *stark- R- Ballew'' * <6.82 acres, $36.10, f A'l '«Hu' rUd <; MwStark- R- Balled • 198 acres, $60.99, Mrs. R. a. Wingate, R. Ballew, 18< acres, $56.49. • \ 'C'iW,nKate (Lumla) R, Ballew U5 acres, $87.02, C. L Wingate (Lumia), R. Ballew 181 acres, $86.09 R. E Wingate. Ophelia, R. Bailer 180 acres, $118.42. W$2Eg6Uurk««"Wm. Clark, 5 acres E. W Elayer, Wm. Clark, 5 acre, f 1.44. J',!?-rK('y' Wm- Clark, 5 acres i o. Nellie Marguette, Wm. Clark, t acres, $153. O. K. Meuelaus. Wm. Clark, 5 acres T «• I Ji Browu Ochiltree, Wm. Clark. 299 acres, $76.08. J. W. Schneider, Wm. Clark, 5 acr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 27 February 1923

to It. Mcuaan, saeioon, 8. 00 ft., Mi Wk to. oto.oo Pond, Sk.ldon, lot 7. blk. K?" rwS^'' :<4 , Ml rond, Sheldon. Sheldon, 14, 144.10. I>nnl* Watson, Sheldon, blk. It, 0*0,30. anl Ltfimle Watson. SUe'don, ■jBlBF.sii.so. ok, Sheldon, pert lot Mk. St. OSO.SS. • Seaatrunk. Sheldon, part lot blk. St, OSf.S* Seaatrnqk. Sheldon, part lot #i%.#Sfrn«VSheldon, lot 3. blk. 82, _ 20x140 ft.. < ' r-*n, } Iti. And* blk. «gas. Sheldon, W w m m \ f mn. Kate Ratcllff. Sheldon. 52x140 4* O. and Bertha Reynolds, 63x140 |®te « fclJt; 33, 125.30. f. W. Riddle. Sheldon. 50x150 tt., blk. 33. $25.39. |M. J. Smith. Sheldon. 50x150 ft., i * blk. 33, J37.95. <1. M. "Watson. Sheldon, 1-1 lot In * blk. 23, $6.70. Paul Ragsdale, Sheldon, lot 10, blk. 8'4, $25.30. A. T, Davts, Sheldon, lot 7. blk. 35, $37.95. Mr* R S. Bland. Sheldon, lot 1, blk. 36, $16.8ft. Mrs. R. S Bland. Sheldon. 1 -2 lot 2, blk. 36. $8 44 E M. Davis. Sheldon, lot 7, blk. 36, $21.87. E. M. Davis, Sheldon, lot 8. blk. S«. $21.87. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 27 February 1923

artsy?s«r m*" "$ i,* y p FOR KENT ttlJlMlU R:, .." Bt$£ FOR^USNT; Eight single ofMce rooiuB or four auit £ d aterooenuy Tn °W A- n- «'• ''torft. _*^0. Landruin, Mgr. " Pho^ ■>*nd *Wrtmettt8 for «nt. ' r^ono 25a or 246. ^nlS"'?2 f0r furuIalled <"■ unfur- roouiB with au conveniences U00M WItU "" «« i rent. Phone 164. ft FOR SALE 0N«^«1<KED baby bugKy lor Ma'e f«r 120 cttHh, Bieycle, first class con- dition, $20. Call 304. FOR SALE. \ wicker baby buggy. Good aa new. Cheap If gold at once. Phone 688. 1. ; > FOR SALE: It. I. Red Eggs, yer- inilipn strain. Phone 262* Mr*. W. H, Clewis. 1 i ; ' USED CAR BARGAINS ' We have some exceptional hargal'w In I)ulck automobiles and can mate Xou a trade that will enable you to pay as you ride. All cars offered b* Us have been put in fim class shape and for that reason we guarantee tjbelr mechanical condition. EHLERT-BUNCH MOTOR CO. Uuick Dealers Front at Sixth. ' - ' Phone 456. VOlt SALE—Store building on Main Street, between 4th and 6th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 27 February 1923

.CV V&2; ■ •..•*i,: .Vf«■!' .■ ■;.' •.•jv;.; •. •. iU'4 ,ft*;w3S4kAiv« Kwm I W > 4 T J M H H > ' ■, ■' * m , M, I, ► i .■'• * dairymen, for the are complying with the t of the new city ordi- Wlth which they are required Tin before delivering milk 1 City limits, according to 'ML |t. Mai ex. city sanitary of- ■ v Spring i s Filled Concatenations. HI 3 .'if . '• V; V* —r '''' -('"v 'V'1 !. Of th* first IQO advance tickets i baseball "boosters. The final 12000 placed on sale by local baseball fanajto make up the $$000 will be ob- Grango Hoo Hoo members are be- ginning to feel the call of spring and j its merry times ahead, many of them j having their eyes cast upon the nu sue church.;*/ inmBnit % mess •> > SS7*® mxffl a week ago In an effort to raise the I talned at the gat*. initial 12000 of the $6000 necessary { Called Uoo«l showing to the operation of a club h«r« rorf "We are vary much elated over the RL PASO. Feb. 27.—A posse 1 bloodhounds searched the derfert, count...

Publication Title: Orange Daily Leader, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 28 February 1923

,1 « P ' 1 . , Wi, w i; *7*5 i . V .-I Jya s i Will;* cor I? Watch III tike ;'f BHNAL COMBUSTION even bly hard o^n the stfira. See *rl«n* atar, Beta Cetl, 1* all up from Internal upheavals. Admitting that there may be one gambling hall and only one two bouses of prostitution in tie oil field, Friend orange Citizen arises to remark that there are that too many, ' Invite Rev. I hnMRMEoBMpHBIIR.; V I r to Talk at Brenham SS&E, TEXAS, , . i; J fitMEvKr';?1 Rev. W. It. Brown, of the *Pt of First Baptist church in in r< an invitation from officer* of «M Knights Templar of Brehham urging that He deliver the annual address before that lodge the first Sunday in April. He has also been Invited to fill the pulpit of the First Baptist church on the same'date. Hp has formally accepted the two invita- tions. i fflS'i m0 $?s BOY SCOUT council Just about got lie jump on Brother Dr. Curtis. Last they' voted to purchase two ring boats for the scouts to b*> at the summer camp on Cow sk. Dr. ...

Publication Title: Orange Daily Leader, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 28 February 1923

UHS WmWL B U f MUMJMI B -if ^'('s'^i Pf :.fv':^v.;A. m S-.,' ■' fev."' Wm KPT4 .■ '•■eM 181 HE^-i fc 'wjeI 1 n Wtn '■ ■ m. I'S Ifc'"" SS. ,— The of Col. Bogey, mry Handicap. John Q. Slice goals and ends to be launch- Bh 4 by Senator , Nebraska. who re- ate at the end of i:|to a golf fan of the plus. But being a sen feres with being a golfer, aim to he the kind of . a sen- that Sarazen or Sweetser would fake, If either applied the same skill ] sanatoria! pursuits as he applies | ,|to golf. When the campaign ofj ||s :M2 came on. Hitchcock had his! |[ ' Vloice-—six years more of restricted' if. six years mom of senatorial] V<&w* or indefinite years of golf. ilMtchcock decided in favor of the natorship, but the people of hist ;.ite voted for golf.' "The people knew best." said ktobcock, looking at a new steel J I fled driver. Yon may argue the great American public j |ts mistakes, and, that popular mtneut sometimes looks like a iilure. You may mouj' and worry ■ ' • _ ■■■ 75 r ,V ...

Publication Title: Orange Daily Leader, The
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