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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 7 May 1923

■mi' W2!%' IRwmM \si $x\ '&iiSw4' •,1 •; ' J,; J '"J* . .':, &$>! mf5';kP' V. ' • '■ v: TODAY'S HAPPY thought: Latest boy wonder is "How long before vacation !' *''^'f^'""r' !" " ^,.,,;':'i "V v^-i>''i ',''/■>''"' 1111 "Vi'• "'".fry ■■'v 'i ■ .. ■ ■ *>ijpi^j .„ i .>.'M.r .,., „ „ L —, i tLi,', ain A at M __ ' ^ KPlHI ■n 15 TPP#; m>,„ t" Mil |m P#ti*-.''--:>.'':^- -V Kf IN If iff" : . IHj 111 if yp I*• V". ''!>•' 111 ":' i il'fc jRr'Si'?; \ H fr?£. Sr<: « George W. thrown, active vlce- president of the VTexas National hack of Beaumont, hod one of the trustees of t e MJlJer-^ink Lumber company oocupled the witness stand la district coiift almost throughout the morning i^ssloo today 'in direct examination to the ease of the In- terstate Trust 4k banking eft *pany of New Orleans, at al.. vs. ti \ es- tate of L. Miliar, at al., vbln la agpgctad to be eoneluded some time this afternoon. Brown's testimony waa In direct relativity to tie af- fairs of |M MH...

Publication Title: Orange Daily Leader, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 7 May 1923

dSSMi fSRW! But Not People in It UIC1IAH 1) S. FREEMAN Press Staff Correspondent) ;S, May 7.<—Tho youth of y Is now rose that the youth of decades ago, • The wmc sort of people make up tin* world. Churches may vary; 1/ preaching and the atti- tude toward life may change; truth, !|qpv«r. j The present generation of youth is substantially the same as the pant. " This la the opinion vouchsafed in interview liv Dr. S. P. Brooks, .'inrho has preside over Baylor uni- f*;-^preity at Waco, Texas, for the past 21 years. use of rouge, lipstick and V' other modern accessories to a wom- . «|'« make-up should certainly cause Byi an great uproar or belief that the "k"':"«mlver8lty girl is beaded toward de- BtriKtion.'' declared Dr. Brooks. ■ "I have heard charges that uni- are bad and ,uit- These allegations are vet*ity (students MknlnWllll/t Til changes in styles t , wholesome ff based upon the Ss^g and customs, surely. Some people P^jgfr that life or human nature in- m n I Wr ' After 11 IW M...

Publication Title: Orange Daily Leader, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 7 May 1923

wisPI 'i&mm WM Si /ifir Q II u-m'tftm SKmMM ' IT ' ;.i 'wmmiMmlm&m. Tba iffef: . §?&.* •; t * l , ■ ! " >• '"""' ■' - f ■ !ft • -■" • [,- i' ''is i Wmm ■ uy/'U s • s § & ■ ■ **•■■ —• - ' ■ «' / ^ £'«£V'«' •£'•.' •> -v* ■pi1,.,! r- ■ *Jp'■$&()Sf ' p#?- - I I , I R:,l I 1 1 I I I f«i i' . M'"' Hp^" ■ I I 35k"" ■' I*- if;1#' I IK u li: SWMAV. 7 - f *!« ' ■. •OBBOM, « tO i O'ClOCk. Degre« of Honor — Odd Fal- low# ball at 7:30. Camp Hadeco— Red Cro#« rooms at 3:45; Mrs, R. Leo Da- *W, guardian. Camp Mudjekeewi# — Home Of Mrs. W. C. Griggs, 606 «tb «mt at «onr o'clock. TUESDAY— ! . Tue#day Bridge Club — At • :S0 In the morning; at the Of Mm. Will Coyle, 510 ■treet. Tea— Benefit of Orange PttblWiSJbTary; in chamber of C0mmer<$i\f00ms, beginning at three" o'cloi Camp Tehan — Home of Mr#, Steele Campbell, 1002 Eighth street at 4 o'clock. Camp Tehaa —Home of Mta. Steele Campbell, 1002 Eighth •treet at 4 o'clock. ' r - Oak Tree Ijlest (Blue Birda) Mrs. T. C. Ford, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 7 May 1923

■Jrt MnAmte . - tr ::-h,-' .'•■ K-.i Texas, mm Br(uidwi|tf Nov IMBiJM L: -.k' -II ' :A£tr*'' if''1 v Sunday morning «t 206 Company. „ m, BuBln« M(SOCOUd*ClMlB j. ' f't ^ "" ' 00 cents; York City; IIS SoutlTW^gna !id ! sasKiiv" * ■■■'**..•■r -■ -':"x 1 ' '■•■•; • '•' ""' -! '•"■''•■'■\:>'i i '' •' ■ reflection upon the character, standing or reputation of Wra or corporation which may appear in the column* ot *iH be gladly corrected npOn Its being brought to the ,of tile publishers. li All Departments: >*$l '>•■• «! Ullf | TEXAS, MONDAY, MAY 7, 1923. flight of the black. -South Carolina has more whiter than blacks. This .* showing made by the recent census of the state, tyr seventy-five years South Carolina had more blacks jthan whites. Mississippi had more blacks than whites; f*lorida had more blacks than whites; and there were lack; belts in many southern states where the whites, as a whole, were in a majority in the state. <; War did it The boll weevil played an active ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 7 May 1923

lift .V-teVy/ V : •' mm '£ Taken a>* late as 10 a. m. win In altar 10 o'clock will appear in fi«a ndM are pftyublo, In advance. Tiny phone through courtesy( but have chanjgb ready when the WATWaT 10c a line for firrt Insertion, 5c a. line for.>011 following insertions. (Six words to the Rue.) No ada accepted tor 11 - a than !tBc. * 1 ;*ElJJI'IIONIS 4 and 8* m mmtd feucK&i l*ft PAJ€R AHD i CKfcTff * • :,/'lL '. Hi . PORKEOT FOR KENT — Furnished 4-room house, 92 ft p,«r mouth. Pttone 420. . o FOR KENT: Downstairs front two- , room apartment.. I*houe' 302. pj; 803 Mala. ( • o7 TWO furnished rooms for ge/ifaeiuun. • 10.00 to 112.50 per "mouth. 507 Cherry. ' Phono 136. 50 r . #>/•• ■ : Q-' • ffl£& FOK KENT: 4 or 5-room cottage with modern convenience^. King 33«. tf ' ft TT H M (OR KENT: Light -.912 Main. FOK} House. housekeeping tf ooma at Bailey tf FOK KENT: On f3fTlrnt 1 uputalr and. 1 downstar apartment. Mr*. Ge. Call. Phone 373. \ tf fORSME' HOUSEHOLD Furniture for s...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 7 May 1923

' 1;' •' BEAM HEAD WORK MAR Si " m IP M k j||, 1 II m, Th« determination of th* Dia- ids to Vln a ball game aid keep their prsent winning streak Intact 1h only thing that saved tliem froth del eat at 'the hands of the Port Arthur, Gulf cos at West End pat* Sunday afternoon when they emerged victorious from *n error- marked game by the score of 7 to 6. The game was never handed to the Diamonds on a silver platter, but they had to flglit ifor it, and fight hard, their efforts several times having to be multiplied be- cause of the numerous errors which crept into the contest. But at that they Were not alone in helping figure up th last column of the tally sheet, the Gulfcos also being credited with too many such things to make the game ultra-in- teresting. Buddy Lee of Jasper county was wild, issuing passes wl\en passes were most unneeded and undeslred. It was men who gained the keystone on Lee's wildness that brought in practically "all ot the Tort Arthur scores, while the Diamonds co...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 8 May 1923

' iy;-:\*-:'.- ':<? v -i'd wHHbfai^^.w ■ *■?& «9 •';:_ .<11 VOLUME l£« — W fjy$* '' I' T'' If 4?^ *,*©''' J,11'^M .g<<* L •■••"/- -i 1 :'..■■■ v : .-</- 1 . ' ' gjgiyil ,'S-S fpff?m pi mm ■ m 1 vl — 4 Pj j i ; ■ "•:« ' mi- S-r- u t'l.V '}.. A'' ft ybffy j i'.; ." ■Huif 1 Hffi ? ' " ■& , msmM- ■ fr'Aral: iTR wm y*> .1.- fM: "'*« * ■fe:^ ..' - m* ••-/ IgMT., :«v ■',... w$|s, "■!■ KtBSHft nw §h'fa%mm $®s1 l£i V ■ > V '* "** ORANGE, TEXAS, TUESDAY, MAY 8, 1923 t'' "l"1*')"1 't" "'• "" 'fj'l ■ll I.-1?1*"*' "!i!11 g'"'^ i i ,'""Nt "—.- uV';vn:'lc -jR M J -■'■ :■■; '"■ ' _«1 r W ■ —' - TODAY'S HAPPY thought: little moonlight, now and tln:n oftei ipai rltii the lioHt of them. how' A, SURVEY of Orange Indicates every ia.<t June groom lino we ook up u dress by t hi/time ONE Hl'NT>ftED years ago today John Howard Hityue penned the words to Hie simple. but beautiful song, "Home, 8we«t\lome," Today, that old song, old ln^tlrne as It is, enjoys a popularity h\rd...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 8 May 1923

. <;v ^ :; -timu ' tW - plr&fi ' ;■ .• •:■•. <■•. ,'ir . • •;. •"'.••A■ fffl ,>'t •' ' • V* Hflilf ;•' „«• ' 11' 11' JV v rf'jWiT ^ t ^''' THE ORANGE DAILY LEADER *iw •'t • -— I (Ife"K'.-'lt m KSSH •%-i PK?M® .A'wh ffl www • If m M _ - — .. HILLS £$S8 KSW.St1, 8®*.' „lil KB CITY, Mexico.—Ameri- can and Mexicans are prying into mysteries of "Treasure Moun- 'vv' High up la the .Sierra Mud re auntuius. near the village ot Cruz l'ledru, in the Slate of Mexico, Indians Bay in buried a large amount Ot gold knd silver—treasure at jbrtgands. It is believed the treasure, if it exists, was stolen many years ago |£| rhen gold and silver was carted overland from the Pacific coast to Mexico City. It may be pirate gold. *> « wy. ®1 Beaded by Adolfo Sandoval, the 4Htle group ol Americaus and Mex- icans liave begun efforts to find the IQissing treasure. " ♦ 'pit. For .many years Indians have told Stories of the treasure hidden/on top of the mountains, but these were be- lieved to be...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 8 May 1923

I w ■iK> I I ft .: •• ' * • &-I-;... ■; ..w.. J wmmm SfcV- ■ -^..l r v -r- ■ ;. '. : — mi nitx «HHi smwjmhjp® >js j&sat :■ *'••;' t'ttgqw ra38& „„ ' 4 ' •■> utility in Indianapolis, where the plaza, centering about, a monu mental structure 200 feet high. The upper part of this will he a vast 'chamber housing a marbl figure symbolic of Peace Trium- phant. HAKyr «• 5-® ' 12,000,000 Indiana War Memorial HI besides honoring the state's he ■ Prosecutor Asks For Judgments. 1 ' ' >• /#! roes, will bo the national head- quarters of the American Legion. mmamm PARIS, May 6.—Gustav Krupp was sentenced to 14 years imprls onment and fined 100,000,000 marks today according to a dis- patch from Werden, Germany, where he was tried for inciting a riot at the Krupp works. •;<> ' 1 M$f0 ■p m Nr*. M:., fff\K K.i • u p vl. 1 ft Sri V; ♦ t fa V w r & JjB'f; ■ MK>■ tuesday— Tuesday Bridge Club — At ®:S0 la tie morning, at (be homo of Mrs. Will Coyle, 510 Plna street. B...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 8 May 1923

*wrv m' . gym 4I...—..II.. 5%oa<way. HE®® LA and Sunday morning at MS Comptnr. ,../, Business Manager as socond-claas matter ., ■ Uen. ;--,N ..' ; Montb, M centa; oac year fO. Kulll-Borko, Inc., Brokaw BIdg., City; US South Michigan Blvd., upon the Character, standing or reputation of tion which nay appear in the columns of corrected upon Its being brought to the IMiKi •jW •' X V\ ft ■■Hi i SWIH Kn TEXAS, TUESDAY, MAY 8, 1923. « ——rnpmmpmmmmmmmJ , I ' n DE Meek ATS LOOKING FORWARD. % -V 4 Jvr-v-.- 'mm***# MM toft daily leaded According to'eastern advices democratic politicians Washington are looking forward with reference to jdiQloe Of a candidate for president in 1924. These jtheir predictions: • •« < !j liberie will fee an early campaign or rather an early taH of the prewsonvention campaign nd this start will in the early fall of the present year. >1$ri4nds of William G,' McAdoo of California are &14 to be responsible for the early start. 'William G. McAdoo tells his ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 8 May 1923

Wm " J r k.41 reftz? ■Kk ■: vJ f frw. m,| Mimill I I AY, MAY 8, 1928. :, *•■*';> '■ —■';!•'"■"■ "■ '..;;..r„,,ft-:, 1 . 'vi , , ■•■• ,,, _J— EL' m mi E®©p8 j'm \ i( flruSrv 9fi9ltJ? V,t' • . ■ ™.,w THE ORANGB OAIL1 Kt iiffiS? ^ ; Token as Into <u> 10 a. in. la after 10 o'clock will appeal ertiseffienls W|M| ...1.. appear in the fled ads arc payable in advance. Tboy will be taken over I ho phone through courtesy, hut liaVo change ready when the boy calls RATISB: 10c a lino for fiwt insertion, 8c u HUM for all following insertions. (Six word* to the line.) No uda uccepled , for less tliau ajfcMggSlg ,nf/ci '. '■'.i*f,'"'d* 'p*S 'r:war'i••'• ••' XKLKl'HONMH 4 ..a FOR RENT i ncr ilto'' "KfeMair * pk 1 VP ftVVTV.y* * ipli pi ipfe k$fj dl Bilfp ■y£ i m r;H<', in I I w FOR RENT: Furnished 4-room house, $25 yer moutir l'houo «Q. ' iu FOR RENT — Furnished 4-room house, $25 per mouth. Phone 420. 0g F6lt RENT close in. 317. Room with hoard 804 Front. Thorns Mo. ■ •• V--:- 1 tf. F01...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 8 May 1923

mm rnm^mi^mmmm^ *-«•*- KWfwf If p;4; > \<i"*&X ; ite)i ARRESTED _ SHAW CASE Charge Similar To One Against Walker. i Ben Jiaro,, field, was taokn DALLAS, May 8.—A land terra- pin, after forty-eight years of wan- derings was returned home for the last time recently—dead While a resident of lronton, Mis- souri. back in 1875, A. W. Russell caught the terrapin and after earv- ! fnR his name und tile date on its residing fn the nil shell, released the animal. mmmito 1 V- , • '■.. • ; i'/'/U' ■« w#| K ' •': ii: -d mp. mim Land Turtle Comes Back Home to Die iHjl fKSfwi H ■ ' m i ■ ■ • g fBHl into Haw*©1 ■ fife ' E|r^|. M. Sf! •iUbtcdy by! Three years ago, the terrapin wasj members of the sheriff's force y«s-, returned to Russell, now a resident terday afternoon on n charge of a®- of Dallas. sault to murder growing out of an . It was then set free in Russell's attack upon J. F. Shaw, an oil field i greenhoosf and orchard from which worker, several weeks ago. Hart* 1p ! it often esc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 9 May 1923

\< i BO MipppiHHRBfl . TODAY'S HAPPY thought: Lob* Ing good never counts as much is """"" good. , ■ %; #£V.,,B./P. Hemdpn, First Chria thin church pastor of Beaumonl and In Oralge conducting revival serv- ices, says "to be 1 not enough; , persona are known by what they do." We are inclined to take stock - In Rev. Herndou'a words. ROTARIANS WILL Inaugurate tbe "exchange program" wl*>n number • ftbe Orange club journey to Port Arthur tomorrow for a mid ? '■ ~d*y luncheon and program in the port city. There's evidence of closer relationship In ' the trinity fraierual^ni of the Sabine district I " r y Bsiplii m "ROLL YOUR made to apoly to ItWn u batik #> % u" should rolls. be -V CROPS MAY he late this year because there is no railroad strike and It really does require , lot of time to watch the trains come and go. ' ■ * WITH THE malaria season upon us, now Is the time fof'all good lemons to come to the ade of their country. And we'don't mean "per- haps . ** MAY FLOWERS bring Ju...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 9 May 1923

MMNMmhmm " To t tlOKi on WednesdayTMight De^aMa i-i. The legion huddles <M' Orange will be hosts to all Hoy Scouts of Orange Wednesday veiling «t the }• American hvgion Minstrel, accord- ing to an official announcement IN NEAR EAST 5 r~ The old tlvwy held prospectors and plnins- t. May 9.—It'8 a w« Texans those days, l«\>r instance: On June 10, 1910, 15. S. Cun- ningham, now a resident of I'ort Arthur mailed a postol card to hit wife and little girl who were halting in Latonlu. Texas. The family later moved to Houston, then to Denni- a snake will not crows a has been proved false. (lb-play window of ft local "section company u diamond backed jr, owe of the most poisonous • was placed inside a .sSjjf genuine hair rope. The' organisation He negotiated the fktfon kud crawled over the" Sun." made this afternoon. The local be-j •t-v v.yf-"^ glon pout has issued an urgent in-1 1'HIiiADKlJ'HlA^ —<r Thixm> Hibli , . ,, , vitation for ail members of Orange cat towns have been loc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 9 May 1923

sggg m SIP! - flwBK • 3?$$W/w-OS?^Ji Rill 4' ■;■>.; SOCIETY DEPARTMENT a BOOK TKA A SUCCKHM \ .j .11 ^-i._ Ji.'ii1' w all cllclu a j A«.lll r _- Horn, in: R. U.D.VM, KOI John at four o'clock. Weaona — Km( Cross f§ Tie Book Tan given by tbe Worn Anf club of Orange In tbe chamber of commerce room* beginning at 3 o'clock Tuesday afternoon proved * m««t interesting and delightful at Ad a huge sucee**, both finan- and socially. A large number - 'i 7> ::' ■ —:.. _ , fftfi ^ ■ww van* , w iww®r ; of "Watawasa,'' 'bright star,.", and presenting niH o ■ .Si flff «p mai wCTiMBBBm .. . ■• V with Instructions tktaieet l«. J ^ next Week was; served. , ■ lee tea W. Mm. John O. Wharton. Spring "bright star," and presenting lln- ---- — flowers were used in decorating tbe ixbed beaded headband and the oth- Ked Cnosa" kaadqi *r ttr* required honor*. Ku- h girl •"< color honors jj|| ffilttie guests Scurry HceWed honor beads for past Ml*, Thomas Scurry, Mia. Jake three months a* follows: Boles,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 9 May 1923

* MftpUw"'' * Legion To I? ffltProswHSraSi ■ m AfiaociutfoTi ■■ m ■' ■ w • y •••■ ■rap kaJuPMI 9 wm ■ >i m m+i «r the p ' ,1,' "4 _ ,,_w. yoftr Burke, Inc.. Brokaw Bids., Ill South Michigan Blvd.. tho character. standing or reputation of ion which may appear In the columns of corrected apoa ita beta* brought to the wrf —— ($■01 §Ki' * TINT- lo|t| PLACING MARBLE FALLS ON MAP. Builders of conunuiiities and empires are men Mile for the workers of the world are the win- f the world. Texas is the largest producer of of any American state. Texas produces a fourth the crop of the world. Texas is the largest pr* r of wool and mohair. These facts are known to people of Texas who read and think. And yet less than two per cent of the annual cotton pi Texas is consumed by the textile factories of and there are no woolen mills under the skies this state. Those who manufacture the raw materials into the ied products of commerce to meet the needs of are the men who accumulate large wealth and t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 9 May 1923

i ... .f fi'li $&&?* 'fo IPIgHHU ?'. tfWAiWjiji 'V j$L ..I ."-^ j h,w& followinTi?' .V "i'° '<w «wt insertion, 5c a Mno fur all for lM^^lSrSSr"' * t0 th® M"^) V° "** MC0ePt0d TELEPHONES 4 and 89. jAS jr*"* FOR RENT WANTED H3^NT: Cottage close in, five _ rdb^U bath, newly papered. UMe pe ioctly clean. Reasonable wot. Quick action, I. w. Kios- ®an' care of Universal Stores, Inc. 5-9 tf HOUSEHOLD goous for sale, all in food condition. Can be seen at 708 Fifth street. ' 12 FOR KENT: f Furnished apartments. Conveniences, Phono 213. 1107 SmHKV1 .« 12 Largo ro'ohft with i hoajrd, close lu—*40 two or'Uhree gentlemen. &0% $ront, street. 817 • ' k £-9 tt. FOR RENT: Furnished .house, $25 per month. igp ' FOR KENT; - Room with bourd .close in. 804 Front, l'houe No. . tf. The J. R. Watkins Company will employ a lady or gent lent op Agent In Orange. Watkins Prfduatg are kno^h'everywhere and ouresales- people make big incomes. Ihim. tlgate this opportunity. Full par- ticulars an...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 9 May 1923

w HMMlMr 'til r Mrs.. Blanche *M *t. y«a>i ESDA Kin Jllfe ; SB®®;?' 'v*' Iv'v •'' ®s®'- if :: T Vn f.tl<wi wL 57-r -r >■ the pU&o during the evening, her • playing adding much to the succau Of the minstrel. The riding man were Bob Turpln, Ray Coale, T. C. Beeker, Jr., lUr- mon Rlgsby, R. K. Coale, C. D. Kirk, J. C. Miller. Doug. Stakea. ' I L. Dees certified i I™!jSp vot^i "• , :: Scout liupcrtlou It was decided during the meet ing yesterday ' afternoon that boy S3' Attempt at Said* M y Again This Evenbi* 1 S . I — ■ IL. Jfc K M fl, A. thorough canvass of Orange to as- certain the direct effectb of the re- wiwif-v k^'.s -,v.. v. v. • i Among the , riding ladles were . -„vv , _ «t*«K . Who failed to ««e the Amer-tlng their parts In real professional! Jennie Pearl Burton, Mrs O. G. ccnt c,ean"up campa,trn- Thfty w,,l| Clarence Smith, * , V. .'4 .w ' _ .. , 1 ' __ I rannrt A Ikn AAmmioaU.. novt WikAt#''^ ^ .. Prove Fatal. • I |£v>' alias Ernftst •: A ' - Walker Attempte...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 10 May 1923

fflw'wt ; __1. S?? *\i>\.nWsMB*v* ® *-r '■B•isjft#$f •, •• r-i-> : mm ' i in 1 pilars HAPPY thought: Notl.-4 p ing tickles a mosquito more thnn a « 'pair of silk stockings. ' • w$w v ; ! WOULDN'T It bo great, women friends, ti you could send the dishes to th« laupdry arid 'the house tffe cleaner? m jA-V^V'v ■v-- f . .< feAVs, m V. 8. Shipping Board again Is their many ships' for ven't noticed aiiy mad them away, however, ,of uh feel like ,s enough at the ,K, V. oil ABOUT •—au item collected pa There are man problem of tal The Job is to find Coma up to the ehaiaberttf com- merce meeting at 7:30 tonight and have a finger in the plot.' iy MEN WITH lots of" time on their hands usually kill It all. SUNDAY IS Mother's Day; it's also the 13th of May and the Bath- ing Girl Revue Is scheduled to take place at Galvfeston. Save your white roses for that day. wm Mim 4i? m s :' ^ W mm . iA i§;f'®aSa! -.m ■ - — * * ' , „ „ , i nil "' " Ki. i.. >. 4 . « By Chinese Bandits First Picture...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 10 May 1923

f I 11 mm ORAN < si-. tMlfc life*. i ' ni'ii^'■'■') ' < 1 "HM^ JB lif ■>"'. mm®. ^ 5fOTj"s!W®|Jg^v« AS IIIN Y POrULAR MKCH*NIC1 MAOAZINSf) K May uK^' TUe Vol- % ;,*>« enforced." in the of Bttu** Moltoa, field ,for tf*e prohibition fore*-# for jprlct. ■ . ' t«m ha* a novel *y tcm of hla l#r enforcim* the l*w and lie * it will work | 1 Lve tinm* ih** pRweRt pro- fa force eon Id .dry up all the 'A *y«t«m of •$«- thiuif that wjll <!^ it." <th' oiuCt oil diaplay in prom- laccs about tha c'lty, Show il what thej; ar< drinking. ' analysis of e cli ou display; tell where, it j ctimtPMten and tthar u win do a p^ou who would be foolish BjBff id dr)uk M. * "jk If* photographs showing the ve conditions under which a'tllls operate, would help J||p^t|prf«'lly. , &Ve the boyn who like corn !}ftWor a squint at some of the stuff ' favorili; bootlegger. Ex- 0k t. U In full, of fuxil oil': 5:;inwith lead pipes and tains deadly load acetate—a ****** poison. them understand that...

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