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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 14 May 1923

n iy^Jm I — I f-a /,:■)! m HI ; • ,<i :■+>&■■ « - > r ' I 1 % 'v ' |Hpi *R ,:' asfe^-.i i^cTBp ?« Kk' . LEA SAYS CITY HAPPY thought— ( strips) hope head TODAY'S Shelves are long wooden where contented roaches live. A OAKOGN is where you lettuce and cabbage will bet 8 >u their race with weeds. Mayor Declares Local People Should Help Pt. Arthur Celebrate Birth- day July 4. That Orange and /.caumon^ should Join in celebration of the Fourth of July by attending the Quater Centennial celebration on that day at Port Arthur, woaNhe! opinion of Mayor W. K. Lea, voiced! today. NNOTHING IS IMPOSS&LLE. An I Whilt* cuhcorued more <ll.eetly| Englishman testifvinK befo\ court j with u observance ot lnde-.j said that he has been living hi* I l endetue Day by Orange, the mayor) am« ciw ■* • t&t r m Ssfinsww/ : I m 'V Safe at f:m>. RA. / ~ f- -I .tn v>-'. MOTHERS DAY haa been cele- brated bjr the churches of the city. The services were appropriate and most l<en^(j...

Publication Title: Orange Daily Leader, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 14 May 1923

S w ;?3p - •> •• .<kA W * « WW w ■'■•'• 'if ..iBafctwBS' Jw3$ S ■ ',"■■*■ wmm fjiBW*.*:#;;.!■$ fi ILm : ^?g ■■- "■' ■jmSMKl IMli &r* ' 1 I & M I, ■' K-. &■■•« *£* V« HP' 1m 4tkfm * •£'• i\ ••V* VV* ; #VJ . HAMPLK IK-llfiV HiWi Breakfast una syrup. (Milt. U«h. roni Mud cheese. TifeUbir. aud baiter. days ahead for scouli'."^ Is a great game snjl all through the year, bat it is daring the training next camp of the Orange Scouts will he held in •a Cow creek, forty, north'of Arkjipe,! Just above the creek empties into' the itver and near Salem'Ferty. exact site is Pine Bluff, the of many scouts of the district the training camp of last surrounded by pine. timber1 enough from home and set- ■ts for a fellow to know that " really is camping. There will swimming, baseball, hiking, ath- 1 fishing, campfire slants and . instruction and . practice « in 1 -*— first class and merit subjects. A special meeting.of of honor will be held at of this,council*; would like • to .have ev...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 14 May 1923

f ^ fl ■ ■«.« ^is8wSB«SS6^t).3S8to :S61S2 m SOCIETY •■•' *. .: >■' >*£.' - -Mi « I||I W IP&,W . K 1% C 4 1&.. ■' r f '" i - K#i m$iNHniSr - H • •. 8$ ife ||, h': Kfew:. iijS? WW*1 - ,y'; ■K^*' ■ \V . ,« l^r IsfifcT '$> ..Jk" It lite Gertrude Chapman la int • few d«y8 in Houston with friend.. > - • , (r Mrs. I. O. Alexnndor find eon who havo been spending the winter with Mrs. Alexander's pareutH, Mr. ind Mrs. A. £!. Josephspn, 1012 Oreen avenue, left Snturdiv right for Louisville, Ky. where they will join Mr. Alexander.' I ' I I* J „ (1 * I# I | T^V-V, MSm ■ Though IKirls eau't show their sUn- . ; der limbs , . * IvU tyey're not alarmed, There's ia|vays aomethltag up theli , sleeves; They're going to'go bare-armed! I ' 'If shifts must be long, sleeves must lie | short,'' aays the spring muonlken*. And that', the long and ■hort ot it! ; i • • see the Influence of «ne shoft; sleeves which are thread ^ng. to become so popular tfii s*mv. ; The little b'P-band blouses ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 14 May 1923

KKK Mv orniur at 208 „yii „ iffico M second-class Association, matter Month, 50 ceit«i ww year #0. Kuill-JJuikc, Inc., Lrokaw Bids., City; 112 South Michi«uu Blvd., the character, standing or reputation of r,„ .^,.1 which may appear iu the colmnnti of gladly corrected upon it* being brought to the era. : No. 4 or 88. MONDAY, MAY 14, 1923. 'tfp.j'i -A.; A.« hW$. " * < ■ , -iP NEXT! TRI-CITY COOPERATION. July 4 the city of Port Arthur will reach its 'jfth birthday. On that occasion a monster cele- on has been planned and will be carried out It mark 25 years of progress made by one of the lar#- one of the fastest growing, and one of the most pro- cities along the gulf coast of Texas. JfejSplans for the celebration have already been given Civic bodies have begun to arrange details of mt, which they expect to make one of the most ever held in southeast Texas. The heart of |Pioidt 'Arthur is in the work to be done, and they are de- termined to make as big a success of the celebration a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 14 May 1923

' 1M >'"m ' liffl ■ 'W'i i I I J ' j ' i ' ■ i sain Wt p* iff i ■ RgS^: ' vS;^? l Taken an lute u 10 a. m. «amu day1* nJU'l 1," 0V,0,k1 *« "1'peur in the next day*, eaiiion. ci.mi- Ithom tl.,! ,1''0" .0 in advance. Itwy will be tujeen over the if V-i'i l eourtesy, but hnvo «Iumik« ready when the boy calls «« for flmt 1 user I Ion, 5c u Hue for all fur less tbaT^iSOc111'' <SU WOrd" tw U,w l,ue,) No uUm «*?*•<* TELEPHONES 4 aud 38. f • •P Anything coming edition. GlMpi- ' * J- ' " > I FOR RENT *4) I>OK KENT: Newly papered fur- nished fiyut apartment, very 104- BOUttble. soil Mttlu. l'huiio ijOli. FOK KENT: Cottago closu in, ri\u rooms and bulb, uewly papered. House perfectly deau. UeuHonable rent. ljuick action. I. VV. Kins- man, cure of Universal til urea, Inc. 5-1) if WANTED TO BUY WANTED: Pino mrd yum timber. Orangu ilo.\ Mfg. Co. > tf WANTED TO DUV: .Second-hand loll lop dealt, iu good condition, i'hono y4 0. 17 H1SCUXANEOUS tOlt KENT: Front room adjoining bath, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 14 May 1923

(01-: IH ' ' * life • |^|:i;S':t! *T'h * W-: ' J ry.',;"1""1 ."■'"* ■■'•■ jn Rec. c M 1 rrT".~r~ -*-? ■—*-> !—|—5 riirnrt orces Direct Jff|| amst 'tismwwvfo*t,#m mm t;K:r. m ."W. Among Many Refugees in Greece 11 (DAY, MAY 14, If J& . w\ ..-•": Xvljjjg i51*1 Is ' m-t- \A v'r" I * ■ £ M<la nlw* i-v.vi.-v iwa, U M te/o,0 I other Ave. J The tragedy occurred on the I bridge leading from th0 Iowh shore Murder Hearing May to Cftm#be l8l d- ' vV'"-': Get Under W.y. Miuouri p0^; Probe Finding Of District JihIrp V. II. Stnrk was back on the bench l« district court today after a vacation of two weeks i m wit' Km'< ifji ■ n!$ Ci30i . 'vj, .2x8 ^ m i . . ■ F, Thirty-nine persons ■■•v. J?« --TS Hi ■;t $* . ' tlitoago; 4 in Uucolii, Neh.{ Edge wood, Tex., May 14.—Nine- „ Odroil; two lu l'ittnbuii|t . Katt- , Worclitoter and 1'ertry • San Knuiclsco; one in S - * .. „ .... Nine- ju Detroit; two lu I'Jttsburgll, rv. .1 Man~. ,?®" P®*80"1" were being t rent id to-'mm nty **'— ma" * OOay f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 15 May 1923

■ J vm .,4?S . -m 1 I :n| I 1 ™EI i PiM j I •j >L ' j.i ' Wk * ffti umi k .V - , H — - _ V-/ I , __ - « ' 'W* $ /'x-, ' ' <iniiJ .Tu 1.1 .1 «.* •— :—— — .;. - - • .-'< . §$$% ||$| ♦•• i. . . I -— ... ' *- r-<# ORANGE, TEXAS, rw •itffe f5- fr, • •• ; ' 'tVHi iK-NH- . ' -W:l! Wim s.v, .w -o-~o-o iL Vii; • •'%''' TEXAS TOWN fcr«';KW 0 NOW ine Searchlight NEED • I TODAY'S HAPPY thought: Fly paper doesn't draw as many files cs a llmomlne docs friends. Stornfl'. 3 w e pt Town F'or Aid After Pleads Being I ter on Mondsiy. WE HEAllD a rn ini t er tell a good story Sunday. At a recent fr.t stock show In a curtain Texas *ity u prominent live mock fanClbt of tU Beint? Levelled bv Twis "lui"8 brou*,u °"« of lllB w,llte ° ' J face built! to place on exhibit llit; family, a wife and baby, accompan- 'led him. On the first night of the show uftcr he and his family nad DELEGATES GET BIG SURPRISE ATCONFERENCE American Rep resenta- i tives P r o m p t ly Lay I Cards on Table At, Mexican Pa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 15 May 1923

'f^W'vsllW l fit; MART J comparative slowness of re- dettmnd for lumber htis had ih> | I weakening ( on the mar- j -due primarily id the heavily j TMockcd. co'ululou of the mills n<l their very low nud broken' etoc.ks suy* "tlu- American l umber- ' P||.uiaii. Chicago. JtuMdiup is goin;; ' M ahead uctive'y ;n Tin iniey nnd in ! duutrlal communine*. and retail i lumber dealers tet-urt excellent ■ pales and good immediate prospe. 1 ■ | However, their Mocks have been j cousidtirtlih added to lsilely In dy-j liveries on orders placed this vtr, 1 t\nd for the present ?!><■>• at • bu.v'nK ! only sue items as are impenitn -ly | needed, 'Distributers reoort a iloo.l I of inquiries lor retail siockr- of a 11 | kinds, showing that, whll> dealers J buy cautiously just row, tliey are 1 greatly interested in the market. 1 Some factories also show a disponi- ) tlou 10 hold oil until they have deli- j nit,, need lor stocks. There is thus <-reateu a somewhat spotted condition in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 15 May 1923

K 1 f- bp IP II if W-\ SH- ■ lp&:; * •. . fe M, Wmm ,: Sf®ii s :{):'■ "' 4-0' II !^r«i'"i' f •' ^==_ —• Wfti rW| . ffi: m '■■'rm u p\3igiii 4,,,, 1 #' I ■$? ■%:T I -m HH .VitfSSl Ha .&:mk lli r^JS :.m I 1M I v<J vlii '•'f t £m f "VI J . i 1 ! I i IBlir. 1 ■ j I I I " 1 i-M I 1 I \ r ft sf-. ' p; Tfi>\ Bp 1 I,';, Hi k\ ■?■ fe\ wmi: Msp m^T': :; f ■Wf;$ , B3S) Effl my i Eppf,-'; IMSi? MKt£X> iSPMIf fir •• «* ' 4be r "v"^I" .r' TUESDAY— St. Paul's Quild—Home of Mrs. C. E, Phillips, Second and Green avenue at 3, o'clock. Tuesday Bridge Club — Mra. Ernest If eld, hostess, at her home, 611 10th St. at i. Shakespeare Club — At Bail- ey House at 4. Camp Tehas — Home of Mrs. Steele Campbell, 1002 Eighth St. at 4. Oak Tree Nest <Blue Birds) —Mrs. T. C. Ford, 5th and Elm Sts. at 4. WEDNESDAY— OGleaners' Society—Home of *Irs. J. M. Dawson, 71l' l*ar« at 3:30. ' Port nightly Bridge—At Plne- hurst Country club, at 3, with Mrs. R. E. Barr, as hostess. Methodist Auxiliary -r-- H...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 15 May 1923

1 .v-.. '.i, >Mi; '> . i:tj,.]Hu ■ v .,: ■■■■•,• ■'' .. .". Ui -'« "7*' ^,- <«f/4 •' ^ morning at 0« my. id-class matter " "" ,■> . 50 ontii one year *0. ttrko, Inc.. litokaw Bldg., ;; HI South Miehiguu Bird.. m ff n It tin character, standing or reputation of itlon which tnay appear in the column* of dly corrected upon lUi bolug brought to the >: No. 4 or 88. 1 ■> ' j iSM j®5l Bpwry XAS, TUESDAY, MAY 15, 1923. /, BACKING A GOOD THING. Young Men's Business League will under a new board of direc- •f<f irs guided by a new set of officials. I OTfciHizfctSoifs Influences felt and has been some tim^ Not xpany years ago a hand full (men banded thertiselves together for a pur- lizing that they had a place in the business the city and could serve it From them has one of the most active institutions in southeast s, And !air institution in which Orange can take • i 1 1-v . , - « >.« ; j he present .board of directors when they hand fffairs of the Young; Men's Business ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 16 May 1923

K« rf'Wv' '£■. ®1 willi f IM * I! - imasmmmmm , ic-f -' a V^*.mi\w!wkl' {WMa-0 ,: ;;.r- M)P> ' V?> P.3£: paw Oh9H .■ ,• 1 ■■ wi! •*•••«!* VOLUME IX. . r *, NUMBER yMgigjS Business Man Gets s IN ■$$$#P iHHI ' i-':f ;.ff*^.-%,"S' Wi-; am Bodies of Fourteen Of Cydlone Victims Laid To Rest at Colorado Today. i ■' TODAY'S Happy thought: Opto mists .blow the hom of plenty, while pessimists come but at the little end of the hom. I'm Rev. Phillips Will Be > Honor Guest. li&i Irgreaigd Fear is Felt For Those Now Held By Bandits After Pre#-f ■ft ■fe§' ;V,: _J ' W^:. m ipre Fails. PEK1N Maylfi.-Hope ,or MrJv release of the Americans and other' held prisoner by Chinese' ired today o# re-, n from Lin Chang, *u <i been moved Jes farmer from tt.% " ••■'"- +-C" Apparently their"l|*,ee is no ■r? t0dty ,hBR 11 May G the day of their rapture, { T^a removal deeper '%ito the readers that th« to a new earn tlw railroad. mountains §1' •>< Otv:1 \ Wm y-iy / it difficult to aend in sup...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 16 May 1923

.. m rt Pi| 16, 1923. ——. il Hi NTS WORK | id For Graduates sported Heavy. • ifti?ir>i i iii—jimni i ifeiim 5 mm. B STATION, T<*w , May a unprecedented demand for aieal engineering grad'uUes of i* A. V- M. College of Teviie by , industrial concerns in ail parts IlijWw! S-iUlou is taken %« evi- tibat tic p' CAe«)t industrial re- |i)t>wgh' u?. liw? country te to unit, by Professor E. J. For- Jieal of the department of me obanicil eiiginei-iing. Unable to se- cure th* required number of seniors/ irai&Bi' Vjjj their courses this1 ag the •ompanies are making at- tractive bids for juniors for perma- employment and in the hope of eocitrinK the services of the present juniors aftet gradual ion next year :V the companion are offering attractive prppostiions for summer employ- faMKmiJ fcSS| The heaviest applicants for the A. & /'it,' men are those companies that already haxe Texas A. & M. men m i^w employ. Manyoftheflrmst A Esp, m<£ir employ. Many of the firms ||l|$|wf...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 16 May 1923

1 .t4 WEDNESDAY, ORANGE Utm \ MM*''' :. are to pay of $5.00 to their own ' ■ t log the first •ater certaiL 1W^audl:;||6mpi| of Hhanghal, who „ .party, reached Seattle iim ■ - or boforo liny 30, Take thorn Visitors' day will be Sunday Jimeout ** 3rd, same rules for visltora for Boys iWtuedi' m ft-i _ f> mm CO ft b '9r people overloo* ' > At. 1. ,1. V.'■ jAL# i 1 = Caipp i applies to visitors for Girls Camp/ A|sO the same request eon 1 Line 1 ittirnl Orten oerning any ''eath" brought to camp. green ' veg Don't ^end any, unless enough for | In vory cold water and then putting Kiuley today for the purpose of chasing i;upplies. Mr. Lamb [to take 75fOQO feet of ===== py®. - Kfw?TU a*-'j fr^ - • m m BkP'; ■ ' Spfe:' J L ■# - m Social• Calendar WEDNESDAY-* Fortnightly Drldge—At Pino- hurst Courftry club, ot .3, with Mrs. R. E. Barr, as hostess. Method 1st Auxiliary —. Home of Mrs. It. Lee Davis, 1404 John St. at 4. Camp Wenona — Red .Cross headquarters at 4; Mrs. T. C. Ford, guardian....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 16 May 1923

Mm HT Hfimf v KB!! II, 81: i ,'• ■■■ fe* a: .'• I Hlta KlSrailiSl W S;S3Pi I mm _J?$! fjkm. wl | pi i ■m V'.A '. ' ." . : .<*i' -v. JIP1I11B |$S* w - -«■—■ ,. >v , ' ■ .'. ;. i-ff"'. ■;.w^-.yt .*vU 'fj,' a. ■ 1 i' i'.'iiJiL..'.;-• .tf v, • fcimaiiaintJbif-.• JttJknHwJftmife*. *<l%j{«nfe'4-!«-ill • >'<i - s ?.••• • 1 ' . * • • . lt l*/3h i|W BIjACK SATJN Gingham ' and Voile Wash MATERIAL ' 40 inclwes wide P -f •■' n f -p . viv' >S< -A per yard "t: ' *• 3 '• * ': .' 'ft ,' HP :■ .' / SPRING CAPKS RvjyH Priced ut All leather Suit Cases, two- - Strap stylo*; special patented 40-inch Curtain Material, Ecru sT-Tnmha wtae; isli| good quality, Merchandise Moving Sale Urlce,pcr y^rd— and White, new spring patterns. pf.. 5 ■' GROWING if:** 8|HH iall) priced far this sale, yard 39c locks, black and brown, .choico— > S'll ' hABB ' I Priced at 1-3 OH 1-3 Off "I I'll. " } i I i.i in in i—■ VS3S V'iW«M i$m| '.f- 25 extra salespeople. Bun- dle Wrappers, Cash Girls, ex- perie...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 16 May 1923

3331 w'Kf. rT—- 1 ■■ -t- rawpj> mammsm tow'wSft \¥38m& mil i • i ' iii i i il "if' i in /imVii nf i ' m ' l ' '■ i ; i i Am ■ W ! ' ¥: ' ■ ■ - - J-A "4- ■/ — II 1. I I mu I I . f i ,, *mm po* Children's Seeks, hIjkck 5 to 0\i „ $3.95 CANTON C'RKPti 40 Inches wide; all ptlte Silk Canton Crepe, ull colors, heavy weight, specially priced, the yard Womca's New Summer Suits Priced at 1-3 Off USK fMSI M .vjffl • • Aiwq w m Women'* fl.85 Fall 80 inches wide, White Nurses Linen, good weight and permanent finish, specially priced mm Unions for HONE 4 40 , w ' im $ M&& % *10.00 New Novelty Sport Skirts, light weight wool mixtures, plaid* and novelty mixtures, specially priced $6.95 ,'v, s" . > fiS!8fcS?r "" ng ffOTy . ;rrf^;-miMM Women's New }■!( t Spring Coats Priced at 1-3 Off .< •*r 'ftf $ . ii '.j-'-.-Vv ■■■ ■ : "• t ■ i/' -'^T '■ )--i ' ■ -K'- mWM ^ v _ _ _ ■ vJMPVi"*' .-.t'S' «gi i- THE SELLING DAYS^HE STORE^WITH THE STOCK! THE STORE THE MERCHANDISE! —v Declares div...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 16 May 1923

<>rtr'/.'vt J • "Sfw.. eyuully t*u« nor office §fgtrls a • Umt something -wa# 1 te, L w I W / * E r «? &?&■ ; WX'mml 3 « A to protect tM ftrta from ^wer X# a, and we intend to make life' ^ | ruble for them," MM®* launched 1* 1 "■'" "■' ■ ?' '.: mil /' "CW&it? lserable for th«UI," : Jj1 '«§ the .club ": ANTI- '"' vy1"''1 v W 111 .i'l'j. '"''J ^'jii1,'1'11''^ Boy Has Narrow F rom Deitk. '. ' J -M City Briefs '# ip. 3 met at the Presbyterian Krlduy. Twenty-six scouts idaies Kfwr |ir<«Oiii; aleo utmastir. assistant and oae let-man. Deputy Commission- tin promoted Bjli Mcl>oa-i Day Seustruuk to the vapk foot. " _ A Juae 5. fi TUe Uudford Chautauqua lu whit seemed to bo a miraculous a! manner. Mute Johpitfe Craiji. i|^i 8-j year old ron of Mr. ail J I'im ■ ii, W. Craig, who reside at 7 C Cypre: s,, escaped death by b-s.ns run <Aor byj Oraugefleld community its to UaVu an automobile at S o 'eldelf Tuesday ;•«- Uret class cltautauQua 'with dutcj night. The lad Mwj...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 16 May 1923

••: ' ^ 11 , 'A ;■ . i,r *' ■' Sv jl,—*.• —j, wf ?ttt* ss fled ad* are payable in advance. Othey will be taken over the Dbone through courtesy, but have ch T'w'i Bh lor first , but have change ready when the boy ljucrtlpa, Bo. a line fo following Insertions. (81* words to thellne.) Mo ads accepted v '«* a5«' felMs 5c a line for all v -—r — i'A ■ • -jiSfci■ ..'i':- .'.■■■y-■y.-\ ' 4 and M. JMSpfell Mi! ■V- ■ FOR ill ■ HUB !T_, 2 large unfurnished 815 Henderson. ■pH ;« furnished room. Close la. Phone «3t. - FOR RENNT-—Furnished apart- ment, modern. 1107 Main, phone il9i * ■ > itoffcUufcOi*l* FOR RENT—2 unfurnished light Vv housekeeping rooms with J>ath. 3 from poatofljee, 910 Muin rk- Hp; TraP? §iM': 4#': ne 1st St., -5-room cottage on cor- •t and Main. Apply 209 451. one FOR^REtrt1- nflilied apart terms. Phone 91 iblo 2-room fur- Ileusonablo FOR RENT—Do yotfLwiah u six- room house three bloty from the post ofTlce? New paper, «^uln paint, -flfce neighborhood. By renting on detac...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 16 May 1923

•t tb« •TWvTTjt?1: r, sg mnn •xeopt Saturday and Sunday morning at 101 by tbe Onutgc Printing Company. Orange, Taxaa, postofflee aa second-class matter [•mbar United Press Association. I: la adTsace—oM month, BO ceata; one year 90. Advertising Representative*: Kntll-Burke, Inc., Brokaw Bldg., and Broadway, New York City; 112 South Michigan Blvd.,1 , > r erroneous reflection npon the character, standing or reputation of peraen, firm or corporation which may appear in the columns of Leader will be gladly corrected upon its beiug brought to the of the publishers. All Departments: No. 4 or 88. I Iffltefy.' • . I rife' i ' I, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, MAY 16, 1923. ill POOR JUDGMENT. 10$ The Orange county commissioners court will give the commissioners court of Jefferson county to under- ' Stand that Orange county will not tolerate two-way talk. Just how soon the local commissioners will pass this word along to the commissioners in Jefferson county has not been made known, but they will prob-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 17 May 1923

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Publication Title: Orange Daily Leader, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 17 May 1923

Wt 1. ! '•'■ i>\ V..J« r, MAY 17,1988 iiyar* COUNTY ADAPTDE vt' >,v THE:OP ' ■1 ■ *•" — it 1 'n^«y^ w>^^pia wwwiw>i i n i mnm i in Winn IB PSSil HMj JvT p;.'& # J • < Axm-vO Official Tester S© Vetch Can Be Made A Profitable f arm Crop, County Agent Ellispr Declares. Vetch grown wild in waste places in Orange county. It come* jn tin' late fall and early winter grows dur- ing flu* wjnter, blossoms m April and matures seed in May. It prows freely in bermuda sod or other firasses, but does not do well in freshly plowed land or a prepared set-d bed. The plant eotues up ear- lier and conseeiucntly makes larger grown when sown in May. .li st the natural way as the plant feeds itself wild. The advantage of this vetch over the sand vetch < ( Vivia Sativn), and the Oregon vetch went* to be j that the wild vetch smls heavier and is more hardy and resistant to cold ' and grows without cultixatfun. like! all vetches it is linuI for hay and i pastures, bears the nitrogen jio...

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