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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 28 February 1923

WM/M k <-** ?' ? '* ' * I * •A I • b * it • ..My.! ' a:; I, ♦ ' i , i "a SOCIETY DEPARTMENT / ■Social Calendar WKDNENDAY Y >' M. S. of First Metho- dist Church — Mrs. R. Lea Davis, 1 404 at root, 4 o'clock. Wednesday Bridge Club — Mrs. A- J WIIIIhoh, (ioa Third street, at 8 p, n,_ THl ItSIHY C. W It. M. of First Christian Church —Mrs. W..N. Anderson, 610 Orange avenue, at 3 o'clock. I'n-Hl.yti.rlan Circle No. 1 — Chu.Th parlor, 2: :t(). Mrs. Win- fb'lii MiirFarlane as hostess. Wi-sley Itlblo Class — Metiio diNt rhiirch parlor, at 4 o'clock." '•leatiers' Society — Mrs. H. H. Hooker, :!:nn. II. Iti>i• k<tr. 1:30. M'ihomst V.'-iman's Mlasion- ary Socii ty—At church at three o'cloi l . St. Paul's Guild — Mrs. J. K llarrUon, 010 Seventh street at :i o'clock. Ladies' Altar Society — St Mary's Catholic Church — At homo of Mrs. Ohales Arsenault at .'1 o'clock, Ita fit 1st Circle No. 1 — Mrs. Mike Klllott at 3 o'clock. Baptist Circle No. 2 Mrs. K. K. McKarlaijd at 3 o'clock. Bapt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 28 February 1923

-Burke, Ittft, Brokaw Hi 122 South Michigan Blvd.. PtHH the ebtneter, standing or repaUtloa ot any which majr appear la the columns of Tbs upon Its being brought to til* attention I* WW TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, FEB. 28, 1923 SENT TO THE MORGUE State Senator- Edgar Witt of Waco introduced a bill in the upper house of the Texas legislature pro- viding that the court of criminal appeals shall not reverse any verdict because of error unless the error be such as to affect the substantial rights of the de- fendant. Senator Witt's bill had been passed bp the senate and then sent to tfie house. Hope judiciary out its lifetjiIoo(|It; WJbat wa3 «fce*fpro-f , . • fe* •* <.* '"fiS i fHsAfi. ' j|n ft ' ♦ !?'< t> > i V% committee let vocation? <) WHO ARE %jfB ClOStiST? Bexar and Dallas boast of two of the l^rge§t cit- ies of the state and a ffceater number of people thaft any other four .eountSpfr combined. Heprelehtative Henry Sackett of Colenjan county aroused the ire of the officers of...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 28 February 1923

Im® i i t i i ' #1 v p-> i A W %; wmu^Ta^fu? S'1' ,** ?' *m* ***'• «Per. Anything ci«w.ii.d.dl*wi°p lSS!?Ll3Saf- u. Sr 35 ;«uuKgr1Lr &* 1Z T1 for i«a„ than 2Bo, {m wor<U 10 "" *tiavenfJ: Ku,nishu<i mfi^KKP tnkucou aud fuol. 1107 Main —Vhono 213, Ut,nr- slufclo Qttleq o ma or tour nuiK'a of double of-. rl nLTV' twmly totu 4olod and ' . 1 lvd> m,;r A- 0. i-tore.-S*.® J • v- La&drum, jjgr. JU.ShS und apartments for rfili't, i il OII:: 25J or 240, RING ior furnished or uiifur- . tiJancd rooms with all conveniences ruWMaUEu Kt>OM with garage for reut. Rhone m, f OR SALE ^Li.. Household furniture— On siricti) ii< ii~t cypress lanx? „ ' 1"-'Uul1 ^ii'ck, H ft. bottom and <n. lutiuira to A. J. Baa- C1"1'. "|(i Water street'. ONI. i.ij.o baby hpjy;y for, «al0 tor ""t' Bicycle, l'irst class cou- '• ( all uu-i ditii.'U FIJI; OJ.I "1 ALE. a wuier baby buggy."' - 1: 'A. Cheap if sold at i i.Ol.r (i i3 8 . 5: Clean cotton rag«,~ IC6 * WANTED: Lady having''larg a circle...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 28 February 1923

L". WIlWilAlS* i i n y.T * V'- i H ' ff-C"' V'J audeville Be Given ftj'r? i ; 'i *f§ m tor. . \SW ' o. H: tor, <ls - on March 22. IBWUBiClit won made todtty by H&ns Business league that) ( «?nts, Had" been completed ;,ikt e tanyius Univt' sity of Wmmarn Band n n<i the Vnr- i Premier Entertainers will ap- |§|p^Ot'«nge. presenting their now offering of hand music and class vaudeville, on March 22 the Liberty theatre. p:l The band and entertainers in their jp.'••ppea.rance here are being sponsored tjy.tke Young Men's Business l«u;e. | Encouraged by the extraordfnsry •access of 1920, 1921 and 1922 in Che northern .portion of the state f t the band and entertainers h:ive been prompted to present in this. their] fourth annua) tour of Texas, a much, '4r§$rfl> } * . .••('•fe fj . ^V. I • v-ij an n w i'lnoop committee, committee, •it • chairman ' m ■ W V H f i ,'r * TW". IS*.:;1'.'#?,® I' , JSKp4tft&! mm. mmmmmm (1, rw ^ A ' _ Ji Mm B ■ ' I ''p-i ■ ■ ■ i 4 V'r- *-pl wwm. Kjr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 1 May 1923

3^ # e # 9 * s m m . Or. wm i JSfs *'' &wM : is He-: • ouudlusr ftp y :■& M' H fx-: ■in" ii.ni mSM bb.i f ?Hsi Ife pBHrar^: ;; jpfta H i *«d and j*:'*?. high, oh, wmXfcmm :*JMHS^' '• I ||&!',^; . '^.'if 1' -■'' v. ' Viv ■; , $,'• IT IS estimated that the this year has washed several thousand stills. * loses I#*' IP KI8SE8 are the language love some girls talk entirely ccoiulttfu. m enclosmj^^ outi$iij£.< m. ' Mm H- m in !§«$#§? "mr fcberihlp unteers tor , jW"Fr :,,™ ™ w.f. :«*w 1 ground* and go {*. Coltouin, l\.#f tho worn, re* etlon at the old In the following ] much, while others are tongue-tied w l .ne cur- ; s. REMEMBER THE Bundle Days last year when the Near East Re Itet called on Orange tor aid Or- ange furnished 2.200 pounds of clothing which was shipped to for elgn refugees. Orange enjoyed the distinction of sending in the best class of cast-oft clothing ot any city In this section of the state. Now Orange has a reputation to maintain. The Bundle Days this yea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 1 May 1923

HffiSS 1 .-—The | a proper and for the jinx ot bajug d<?- 1 in Harrl* county court#. ' ' advert tiring man for a ?wal store announced several ire *! < "black day" that I hm paid lor each and t>r- at clover brought to the iij|$rafty,i The advertisement itcfl in local eewspaReros. I^reaul^ was 'that hundreds ot iliUarded the store with ma* fall of the age-old emblem ot luck imd good fortune. It was too 'The advertising man an- ijjliup^«lwWas all a mistake. But the people who had hunted the city for the clover were not to have their belief that said elover lifoky shaken by a mere adv?*r- wwfflXm. ■! ■ #kf#; 'i h- : yWk"^m®y; MMMrnm '~7* ^wmSSSSm a wlmStSmm MS1' ifmttdu ?>, "were luVky shaken in' a i «re : tiaing man, and -so they iiavc* aired tfeelr grief in court. Now • .twenty-four civil suits al- legtng "jb reach of contract in amounts ' raUJfNJK' fro in 12.75' to $r,2.50 fcave been filed against the stoie BSi*. One of the sulls, fHed bv Mrs. Ci.':W Mackev. joined by her...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 1 May 1923

SSPfift'i rSm i&duna HH SfcgfU 'mf KsMI H m HfiK m Mm ■ Wbe lurry, Tanth | O'clock,?' Plnehurst •t * P* Miller tfiad rt a, , host* rldge ■ AW; m. with Mrs, J Mt$. Jolm W. BBiiiiPBP' P««re Olf tt At Bailey Tahas -JHome « Mrs., Steele Campbell,/ 1002 Eighth Mr«tt it'l «i«ei< MM Oak Trot Nes/(Blue Bird.) T. 0. Fori Fifth ftsd Elm it i o'efck. .J¥ ** ' HI 'mi W r < Kfe # WednesdJ) home of Mrsl Cypres* street Method lot of Mrs. R. street at 4 o't Fortnightly j dge Club — At oe Malone, 404 o'clock. ilWy — Home Dav% 1404 John t- ridge Cl\ib — At home of Mr*. John Lot*. v.Se vent h and Pine ati (temp W« headquartei T. C. Ford, U. D. of Mrs. street at 3i at 3 o'cl na Red at 4 o'clock, uardlun. v Meeting—At home D. Bettis. 511 7th 'clock. m f'dwl Baptist of Mrs. 0 Woodbl 108 — I o'clock. Camp headqua T. C. Bt. Pa Mrs. W avenue Gleam Jircle No. 1—Home Baker at 3:80. Rebekah Lodge No. 0. O. F. hall at I — Red Cross at 4 o'clock, Mrs. d, guardian. ' Guild — Home of A. Sims, 90S Green 3...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 1 May 1923

"Hi • w1'f. ™1 the character, standing or reputation of ion which may appear In tk«r toteMM ot oonrocted upon ita Ming brought to the mmfc y'W W '•• iK< ": T" TEXAS, TUESDAY, MAY 1, 1923. $AXATIO$:AS A WEAPON. as a weapon, has the power to oppress taxation, as,an agency of equality and has the power to insure equal rights for all and irivflege fbr none. This is the truth of history, as thcT logic of a civilization said to be based iversal justice. , titrti shall be equal and uniform." are bills pending in* the legislature. These call for the equalization of assessments be- counties so as to secure equal and uniform tax- in Texas. There are thirty democrats in the *with one vacant seat. There are a hundred and - democrats in the house, with one vacant seat arid one republican. All claim to be Jeffersonian All look lipon the constitution as the living Of democracy. 'axation shall lie equal and uniform." where throughout Texas citizen tax-payers ling for a power to equalize assessme...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 1 May 1923

mrr::;^ Pi UWWMWI wmm m euya the ■Mlh al>w. lalimii A#'. *1 ||M vw j seasonal t.m lat,on « d :wtir^4Tbted,y H*. roOBWr it®''WblB«:°" i ' .wu^i LJBSr between North O *--fi $11 1 I. i«s ate <&a <ww R; mm wrdo*./ 1 Good TMMjW atreet. ■Nemo payable In e«rr««- SB ttMT &w^3 containing n Bros. Mi I,/ Afiw choice fre^?".t< Holsteto cows lor ad 426. Dr. Maler. " ^ FLOWERS for sale: 10* | oV do«t dahuia ' —a Us! > J,'"/' ^. 'sqj^jjk y;-r- mm *■ ■: ^ jTJWS 3§ i A 1 "RWv ; 1B iu^Si dealers are begli to tako #<! : Iron^mml m tu« « .w'r' k5rT^ «M mmw&m m: I each; poinMtea 86e 30c each. l|n. W* Phone S78-M. POTATO plants, M« par 100. |* per 1080, at Stark's Demoustra- tloa |*ra. Phone 9009.. WrnmT _ Orange Box Mfg. Co. HR3S HR.y' Bi rols. Hickey's, Fifth and V.-V -• • 'VMv' V \1WrWr ■■■■ ■' I ■■■".' ■ .;-■■•>■! FOR REN? OR SALS; Store on Msto street. Vf\ A. Shining, BI Dorado. Will repair lor tenant. ' K iWMSiiH&BieSMi&wc ■ igo motor - DAVE* CRAFTS _r,^ ■ „...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 1 May 1923

■H14: JHP PctHMPIPPI ^#1; liter Invest! inds All Well Q re of With ion of Anderson. W$m S6fl«jK All achooto in th« city will be wfth «n adequate supply of fresh milk'next year, according to a decision Juat reached by tbe social service committee of tbe Health Center following an investigation of •II public schools of tbe city. The committee has jttat completed a survey of tbe schools, working In cooperation with the Parent-Tcachers Association, and found all schools well supplied with the exception of Anderson, where, according rt> its re- eprt, there was not only a shortage of the milk supply, but inadequate facilities for handling It. This, they declared, would be ob- viated next year, no steps to be taken this year on account of the short period the school will be la iession during the present term. Tbe social service committee this morning also made knowun the fact that In reading the reports made from the health clinic On work be- ing done tbat some parents miscon- strue the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 2 May 1923

v 4 , i • > iv* V yi •:-V ras __ :—;—~— 1V. .Jtl .i! t m :: Alt Installation Meeting Night Many En- Banquet And . „ ®; T «* *. pastor of flit .. M*««l>jrterlaa church, will bead the^wrt Rotary club for tbe nexi , twelve months. His election to tbe position of w-midftnt tw tbe big epread last night at. the regu Uf annual Inatallaton held at t chamber of commerce. Re*. Drake waa elected laat week by the board of director*, but bla election kept a secret as a surprlae to tbe mem bera of tbe club at Tuesday night's meet tag. which , deaplte circum- stances,'was on# of the beat attended HNtlaki held by tbe club lu tome time. It waa also ladles' nfeht with tbe club, and wound up with a danoe. Others elected as officers of the club were D. Mossiker, vice presl dent; Byron Simmons, secrets ry- treasurer; P. B. Curry, assistant secretary-t reasurer; W. H, Stark, sergeant-at-arms; H. L. Cohenour, aaalatant sergeant-at-srms. . The club waa entertained last night wltb several aonga by a q...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 2 May 1923

fFjwW v> m a $i* rtfflSi i P ly S.-Amerl- high wens will ™*i|®mi| « - ruling that outside K„ aMftttt- ■"Voimt-ii(]i-, the opinion of govern- In practically all de- lta having to do With shlp- or liquor '■ the court theorctlcally the way to making the At- tn a "great boose way," al difficulties controiit- American ship ownerB m*ke* It nely unlikely, officiate said any groat number of American i would be "wet" when they vlpyotid the line. there were two reasons to sup- this view: \ much/trouble in maintaining triage of -the 3-mile limit suggested floating warehouses would | e essential to stock . on outgoing ships and to re- ive liquor supplies from inbound The most certain'act of The next iu passing a law chocking leak in the Volstead law which ted the supreme court to ;*ke It's ruling. Congress is believed certain to} e all American. shlfS ]every -Where bone dry. J,.., - i ■ 71 , ( 1 Four Who Carried BH' *- gsBaBH Wm «p 1 1H1S 1 il mrnm r-v>w3 Hp M mM B BSStlWrH p. ' /:■{:' " ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 2 May 1923

' «' vv iHiwii m w , • '2f . ^: i'; / • •' $ ■■,' - ; t'- ; ; - 'V • i':' $ Imsll " f&pm ¥ r. $r- K":fe 1* ,-.' •; i'"* ' $ ]■; \ . mm-, *m. saw. Calendar WMI DAY— UHW'Tif-'ri ' ££3 * iI ■ < . ataioue at 3 o'clock. Auxiliary — I WM ^ Club — At Lots, Seventh at 3 ©Vloek. Wetiona ~ Red Cross - at 4 o'clock, Mm. , feuardian. . fl^SEB&HU home ... W. D. Bettis, 51 r 7th o'clock. r—viV Vfl ' le So. 1—Home of %. Baker at 3:30. Mfoodbiae kebekuh Lodge No. 102; — I. 0, 0. F. hail at 8 o'clock. ? * \ Ctunp Ansnty -*v Bed Cross headquarters at 4 o'clock, Mrs. T. C. Ford, guardian. St. Paul's Guild — Home of Green Bridge V Home of rexat, 612 7th Mrs. W. A. Sims, DOS ||v«nue at 3 o'clock. Gleaners' Society - Mrs. J. P. Mestrea street at 3:30. Methodist Woman's Missionary Society i— lu church parlor at 3 o'clock^ , Catholic Ladies' Altar Society "—Homo of Mrs. Josh Bland, 10)2 Cherry street at 3 o'clock) Baptist Circle No. 2 — Home of Mil, W. R. Brown, at three o'oloek. Baptist Circle ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 2 May 1923

mlujr mo il). SfHtesa >«■ Kill fCity; ..... 1* -|. wmm.1 & n IKi upon the diameter. -fIfcM mitt* €l m I'Jivj, pi Pi Brokaw 1 UdfLg 11 fl : wM P im Hi *tkin whuh may appear in the ed upon its being brought to WB*WMH| m WM Wsmmi: Wrn «*a: No. 4 or St. ... . .ia - y::. is MPh®$ BKi m* exas, Wednesday; President^ Harding has made up his mind. He is an international court with American representa- ion. Now What are the Diehards going to do? They? feated the ratification of the League of Nations an League of Nations provided for an AjhI it has come to pass that a republican p is walking in the footsteps of Woodrow Wilson.. Irow Wilson was fundamentally right; those who the League of Nations were fundamentally wrong. This is the main reason why President Hard- has reversed himself. k% i, Im r*i J BSH ■■MM .v f ' ' ?4%' 'lift'i i * - X mm i FLOWERS FOR THE DOG. , Oswald West is a former democratic governor of! Oregon. Frank Pierce is tlie present Democratic gov- ernor pf Oregon but d...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 2 May 1923

HM NO IIIIM Wi'Dted —ir*^^ ■'>*#4 m im&m Ptil i)i|«yiiii!lu!li(yiii(iM n. i J' culling 0. V, DENMAN, and paying ?-> fSm for this aft. I iipniiiii in . 11 ., >,[, **w\in ii ,n ft u mi in ii [if ■ O furnished room a tor gentlemen. HltS . .V. i ..i. i FOll RENT; Lin) Ik®® © ipr Qiit^®07 one m/> WM'iM t '4 or 6-room cottage with i* moaeni: tonvenlancor. mmM **"- tf , I 5 a III 111)1 Nil ' mm I ..II..IWI..I 1. ■ II ■ . FOtt fUSNT; M*b*housekeeping rooms. 012 Mala. gmmmF?- ■ -m^S i, FCW'HBNT: Two rooms lot light i r f keping ulcely furnished — s CQ3 Twelfth street. v., « ':•! I - Baptist — UjS&fe « .WoddhliH' V U wl(*ldBNTr,1Ou *ti o first 1 upstair and 1 downatar apurtmeiit. Mra. Oe. Call. Phono 313. tf jfiji*. i.ii 'V iSlS y Mm ife m I ■P ■v 1 1 i > IHKJ ->y ■ ' ■&V, Bp "■ Hffti 'iJ l^'r'I'jfeV HP" ' 4. "' n j Hrl'M ll ■ If ■K| i - ■ V ' KKgF>W choice frgsh lersey and "# Hoitel 426. n cows tor sale. Phono * -m " * r. • \ , ■■ '.'tilt 'ill |I) III ' .lait...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 2 May 1923

m. N Ilit : .'- ■ 'if®®' ^ 1'*il*t_ WH'ti.') ' i ■'*'■ '' «yi' ' "'mmmmmtpm -• .■■" n ''-.'I'"'! I""" "} "'*" ' "■* '■'■>* ii I ^ Ww^'l ■t mm-** «p#ii< "i« "." the treatment of the pntletitn,W«ht! f patients are being takes car* Of t • ■ V *° •• -' ■■■ v, t isi :rl PP">S<. v. mKs^mfp' H'l il Clinic With Aid of its Wettlaufer En- larges Scope of Activ- ities. tht hospital now, which the murine of their Itvoa, ; -v Much is befog} done, hot mudi ttort <-t ul<I h« dona If (ba patients would avail themselves mora of ths general clinics, which are Wodne*- day from S to 4, for whites; and Fri- «ny, from 2 to 4, for colored. Well babies under supervision. 46; visits tq these, 84. One ounce of prevention la hotter than a pound of care. Other follow-up calls to homes. HO; pre-aohool care, It; home Tbitt to i those, 26. itloba that the Health Center t Tlie scales tell tbo troth about the tlnulng to be a very active or- phjraic., rOD<iltion of your loved 't«m«d today from 1...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 3 May 1923

Kfr-fH ■VTS IP ;:J1 L^5 •; 1 • J V ! *1 . Ifl di# /: ■> I ' I 3g [&: ■ „ ■'jLm 1 l.v1 "t/i ^Ww '■ B - ly'V VATTrMV TV -jr..^.-- nP AMPTT TS TA< n1 .': ■ '■', .%.'+,.t'jrfr'- )&: WJ^L,, iff 3p S 4&'P ft' Vfc ft.^ ' w 11 ™" - A" v *-&£ MH yMffj- fTTjfft n y?i •* i}>. . •"* • . j ' ,y'r > Im fe -f4•*.>:?;Vv*• $• *-nl?-b l&VW " ^ ;•.' •""■ :■ •. • -, >i Wk \ <t ■ • . .-v m %k \r.\ I* • M ; ■■ *' ■■' '■ —■ ■ • : "':;X ' K, -V' ■' \. ■•'£'."" ' - „ in %mtm DAf, MAY 8, 19281'' ^fS^sp: - ' . " '■ ! 1 ' * i "in " "n" :'n;li';ir'ii .i iii;.v Viiii'^M:'\1,i/" Sii ■','>|j I : ; .■ to> ■' fife- xtf. The city of orfcnge and its people today face a nerlotu situa- tion . wt&'MCfttI to their health and well-being. v; IK1-' ,W-: s H PH N. • tloo. With Mttrt to the!* health and well-being. It i* important Jp that thfaf lWtt«r. wh!«h l# none Other than the sauitary situation, 'kj?l > be taken carefully into consideration, and < very effort made t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 3 May 1923

■<,. f ■ %*r> mm IS®i:SlKR 1'PAG Mm mmmmi |" "' • " flwMl - V .'.'...i.t5."'"' M ■E1'*:' /.7V / "••■ H ."■■ sSeBS oastratiou ageut ; county farm always la their of I® lM m.MB 1fiXZJ **«& f; *•}' Sfflffi-fiK 1 KSfSfiE ji Lflk-' ' ' W:A'f i-'tfZi'-,'. cropt rotation, and other new; de- parture* from former my* of farming. f.-' He declared that the Information .iEBI. corn, ribbon cane ana that. haw survived the floods of the past two weeks fine but are now need- weather. according to a made by County Agent C. EUisor before his departure (or College Station. Visits to sev- eral sections of the county have revealed, he said, that where these tided over the rains, they are looking very promising, and with iOt pt care and attention will probably prove out alright and not b as late as would be the case had they to be planted over again. , Hard o Potatoes; \ , County Agent EUisor, however, (jhat it had been brought his attention that beetle bugs begun to work on the potato that tho...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 3 May 1923

■r& ' •• ' 'i'i.til. :::>*!< idffitif '-i % i r\f* ml LMJt' "f - IiImLii' U iiiiiinjliU)!! II lyiilwi =B ►Www! and nfttfs b«t the touch of feminine H WWHiW of dress to revive It '^V, V;. - >V* S*:&; Bit Sift#; wsft. o'clock. fl3P&^ HESi&iV BS^ Tr j <?< *- ..... Ine Hebe kali Lod*e No. 0. O,. P. bail at 8 Camp Ansudl m Red Cross headquarter* at 4 o'cldck, Mrs. T. C. Ford, guardian. St. Paul'a Guild — Horn* of Mr*. *ty, A. Sims, 909 Green avenue at S o'clock. Gleaners' Society — Home of Mrs, J, p. Mestresat, 912 7tb street at 3:30. Methodist Woman's Mlsslpnary Society —- In church parlor at 3 o'tlock.1 Catholic Ladles' Altar Society —Homo of Mrs. Josh. Bland, 1012 Cberry street at 3 o'clock. Baptist Circle, No. 2 — Home of Mrs. W. It Brown, at tbfee o'clock, v ^ < J #' —Home at three Baptist Circle No' of Mrs. Hunter Beat o'clock. Baptist Circle No. 4 of Mrs. Floyd Hilsman o'clock. Baptist Circle No. 5 of Mrs. vO. M. Thornton at three o'clock. FRIDAY-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 3 May 1923

v:\- ifvyvppNi I mMmmm — m&: ■ MflmUou upon the characters standing or reputation ot or corporation which may appear la thn <*>luu>u of be gladly corrected upon its being brought to the Uo.. ol the publtahers. mm No. 4 or U. mxy-"*'-' '' "'"In II I >1 '"I II I .ll| I ——————wtmmmm■ -Ill TOE, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 3, M88. ' 11 ■ suisnieramwerawMeMey^^ I iiiiyanramJUrawfrwiiinrtssa^^ 0 WHY THE AMENDMENT? , The city commission will soon place before the rty owners and tax-payers of Orange a proposal the city paving ordinance as included in the ty Charter: Just how soon cannot be determined as ne are certain formalities through which this mat- must pass before the proposition can be made and itted to the vote of the people. But it ma^be with- ^ps next sixty to ninety days. endment to the charter as proposed means much to theadvancement of Orange. It is not designed, Jw some might lead you to believe, to help some offi- ; t, tp do things in order to boost the stock of their...

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