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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 17 May 1923

piWf ii <§fcw MS® si# fe-' HKNfr: m Kl • mm* v*. ■«*• Wmm fS'4wP tWxM /':''' ,-• ■ • v ;* ' '"■■■!. ■ ■■ .•?"'^ mM nip- ■HVfv • life: iiiill I * - ''"" p*v iSU,r.-:^ HWi.Ti ,'V Of awi PJ3 rig' DBvf v l - I V*.\ ;'. WOMAN'S SOCIETY. On Tursday evening May JS, be- ginning at 8{15, u most delightful and beautifully arranged musical will be given by the Woman's Club of Orange under the direction of Mrs. James T. Blaclcmitrr. the en- tertainment la for the benefit of Ihe piano fund, and the following inter- esting program will be rendered by Orouge's n oat talented musicians: ttru«r—I Love a Little Cottage flti \ " -• 'Q*Mlne—-Walt. I'iaiiSKijgalo—Liebstraum—List. Kparks-^llfttskowakl. Miss Alma lftelb* Dodd. Vocal Solo—tsihg. Sing, Birds on the Win*— Nuttln Wake Up-^PMHIpl*, Mrs. J. W. Hart. • A Pinno Solo—Spinning,Song—Men- delssohn. Miss Lynne Harrington.1 Vocal Solo—Springtime^— Dorothy Watkiua. \ O, Little Mother of Mine—Bur- leigh. Mend a men Wntts, Ooree, Chaunlng. Piano Duo—Ve...

Publication Title: Orange Daily Leader, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 17 May 1923

'J". ''•v., H Km K.:;: It: P'. DINE HERE , Leaving Here For New Orleans. |p^S*l*K«tlOB of 17 V, 3. marina jn- ^ representing the- U. S. in* bourd with licudquaarrj «i rnnnrar""if •- w"' 'fl,ve ht-iei for JjkH? OrleanH at 9:62 tonlghr after having spent the past two * celts JD^k I tig a tniMtte survey of the thir- K.By-tHM shipping hoard vessel* in the government storage yards at Orango. The purpose of the survey wji nol 1 Mated by Captain Urine, who is In ! Of the party® He de, lined to J lisettfts the proposition, as he *..*d ; hat Information regarding this af 1 fair wan given out at Washington. | D. C. only. « A> luncheon will he given by the Sntpvctors at the Gotnef oafe ni 7 o'clock ttiia evening. hollowing la the personnel oi the luncheon party: Inspector K A. Bruce, Captain E. O. Davidson, Cap- lain W. I' Rearup, Captain S W. Cotton, t< Bresson, tiregj^ E l.urfc- holter, E. H. Knee, D, C. Mi-Master, Win. L. McQarry A. S Luff. Cap-| lain J. M McKenzie, Oaptiiln P. M. j E...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 18 May 1923

-tiAwm 4V--1 w tot m^gtk t. mmtmm I $ Urate ■%m?Mwlr. ,+, >■ 11 ', m.l'i i j 11 iiji '■■■ '" .VtMin. :.. <■•; < v • I i" iT' mj'.. nil' li ii'.i.. jh.i.,«;;.. AD a Vin t «;iiWffT4 s, miiAi, MAfp?( p . v. , ' - ^4. — —-—-—^ a~ 11 — I. ,jl • mm mm iu II %S0i u TWwM&J'. " I ■ jki w ML.'':' itiBk-.M «g '. pyMia ■•?.• >, jT lrV . | < >'« a! 111 1 ■■••■-■. \ # -i vr (tin* j ■ ■ > v <tip$ fe: V;1 ggiw- - '"-'f?/ ■;// M * ■ r;.!f ^ • ' — S*# • • it 3P® IS IB *#> HHV "fc: t, ^ WORK TO START t«"n' £'" *MOTW«* 1§F I®#?': .. S-W-" fc? ! ■ Ki • w&tf- M?/' W'y'!' .w, k : B e aumont $ w e p t By Most Severe Storm in j History of City. Dam- age Runs High. BEOUMONT, Tex., May 18.--Property damage va- riously estimated at be- tween $500,000 and $800,000 was done here today when the city was swept by one of the moat terrific rain storms in its history. Just what the loss will aggre- gate when checked up is problematical, although it is believed that most of it will v...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 18 May 1923

r v • . #; • tz. l«i Mmm ——— J ■."" ■* ■ ? ti '7- • K ^ ' , ' ■ ! •V fOfULA* MECHANICS MAOASINR® IF STATE SOON Textile Survey To Be Made of Texas By Men Who Will Promote In- Shipwreck Victims May "Walk" to Land A on«-mau life-saving device with which shipwreck victims may "walk" to land h&a recently been produced. It constats *.4 dustry Here. Pr wilf^ W-0-: fafev'. m. Kk: Miir fe.- pfe-. f>V'%' m DALLAS, Tex., May 17. -T&# iu- dusarJa! tour to In* conducted under the auHpices of the Texas Chamber of Commerce will bp made over The IStati; of Texas from May 20th to, May 28th, inclusive. it was 2i - j Douuced officially today, through 11 j C. Hiantou, industrial engineer nnU j feaanngcr, of the industrial depart- mciit of i lie Texa# Chamber ut Com- j mcrce. Thp st'clioiiy m i hi state el Texas } Which uill-bi visited, stoph being | juade at the following points, were j announced by Mr. lliaiuon, as fol- lows; Loagview, Marshall. Beau mout, Houston. Son Antonio, Austin Waco,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 18 May 1923

=: : ,,y*LX: 1 _ toStTWW - . / . ." i. mm* m SOCIETY DEPARTMENT TmUphonm Nmwbnt38 r-'r#;- Mrs. E. T* Dr*k , Ktark, the hoao- „ „ fore|„n worker* .J- '* tcnce prayer* and Mrs. W. L. J niifu-a T}| mid Mrs. Griffith ami Mr andW W. |BWde th* d°8in* pra>"r' Tho Dext W" IIS At H&H SociaUCalendar FRIDAY— YounR People's Mltwlunnry so- ciety of Flrut Methodist church Horn,. of Mrs. J \V. I.ong, fcul Fourteenth utreet t :J:'.tO. (Saturday) General Meeting of Woman's Club - Cliambi'r of Commerce Auttirorimn nt ;! o'clock. claimant being Arthur Wilson. Cly<:e Ohl Merit, Louifi Stagp, Curl MitcUi'w, Gover Emerson, L'oyfi McMaUo*,. Of theae tho wlnnrirt wore Stella Mac Nemitz ua n ade- uni Carl Mitchell for Ueclnmal l;)n. Dr. 'iml Mr.\ I!. H. Griffith of On Wednesday evening the Ju- niors of the High school entertained the Seniors with fl Very delightful party in the -chnuihcr of commerce|H, Stark, rooms which were beautifully doc- orated with cut fiowora. .Sweet pec.a in iafgo wicker b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 18 May 1923

.mm. mm. m mm mm'm mm . mm ms. 1 mm DAILY LEADER except Saturday ud Surwl&y morulas at 206 H by thu Oruug« Printing Company. at the Orange, Texas, postoffice as *eeond-cla«s matter Member United i'reaa Association. Kates: lu udviuu-c—one month, 50 cents; oho ytiar ?>u. ;Ad fur lining Representatives: KiiiU-iiurko, Int., IJrokaw lildg., I and Broadway, New York City; 112 South Michigan Blvd . > llio, 111. | 1 erronwuti reflectfon upon the ehahicter. standing or repntutiou of ... J&jt twfaon, firm or -uerporution wfatch may appear in the columns of Jl Rl e leader will lie jjladiy corroded upon it!i bi.Ur brought to the H aite tum of the publisher*. iIiuw'k: All l>i-partm<-ntis: No. I or SiK. IISf- MM0&' RANGE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 18, 3923. STARTING RIGHT. mm MM& The business interests < jflSSm . >• ' ' ■|:jpfcher step forward when the chamber oi commerce i directors ycMeruav voted unanimously in. favor of en Orange have taken an-1 pit it a ualiquet f ....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 18 May 1923

■«1 ' * mm-:' I dfP'« lmfk% I J$f: " ' f tmfes HSBISwf.fc ■ > ' Wk.afc.i.;>3.,. i■*frniii'iftafflffliWffiHiai tutfrn'iithirf . . - .& ' . * . •>.■/*>U*./ ft-'**': m , - ■ ' i-'kU'i'" V->' «. i/M'!. .. 'M" j -a* *«+*■ -+r f; " UttUft. CMUlllllilli WHK "11 'III ' H kufW. ■ " - «■■ •>■— —— ..■---:— - j i ?rw"-~- hr;( <•% mauxl * s m f E t" ilfl % ffi#r §m jt n'cmf f • WOMENS ItT' • -♦; • f I fm, v, I r ■ - rSCM( - JJ i filt. fffi ' '■•' i ' .' I t r ■' f- * ,.'-rfT"' ' ''t ^'"PPPWRW ■ ( joi _ «1 si « :3'< |*V!: ..stev ■ >iS-i ■ ■•: ' Bfe nIB i, x • Mf V £&' rif'- 3®s" r.' * > / u* Olio croup of Women's Hiuartly. styled Hummer Drensen—absolute-' ly New—developed from Printed Crepes, 1'ulnleyn, l'ongeets, Crepe do Chines and Canton Crepes. No two styles alike. This iji a genu- ine bargain—in new first class Dresses. They won't last long, choice during sale j, i\,' Vp >+■ r ^ «tv( > i W a Etc. " ■: t f a . rv i t $**'4 [—which it 1 j- .1 all new...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 18 May 1923

11 h I , —— Pfc mm mm NEW ORLEANS', May IS.—Call ■I meet inn at the Ortim>- In Now Orlttiu, Friday, ©I all perwonn Intorefte.l the subject o,f It!3 valuations uthern Phi« «:mmpnne for la- ta* purpows., wa«? issued by outhern fin# Asportation here W and siiranl by J. W. Link, l chairman of the tax com- mittee. Both Mbfwrihers Mid non- Bubflrriboro of the Atwociation. who are owners of timber lamle in all ■ i of the Southern stale* are invited to participate in the Keueral mc*>t- inn called for next Friday. The Southern Pine Aswociation ha« Just completed a survey of 3913 Htumpage valuations in all # Southern pine territory and ha« obtained much important iurorni ation bearing upon the question of bHK'). ■pei, valuations of timber for income tax tm purposes, concerning which que* tion there has bwn considerable controversy as between representa- tives of the timber section of the Tj. 8. Internal Revenue bureau and individual timlier owners In the va- y rious states. > - Tbe s...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 18 May 1923

: , , ' " V ,, Wi-'V',-' . i .v.flA *1raw ■ • griflw ^1$k- ■ A i■ W«f! -i w fa 'AY 18, 1923. 't mm Wmmi: Mi;: ■k WW\ & V'« telliu I r' ' ?$r£ t • |Fft§|k: <' • ':V"V''- JH&V "'• -Mi Jsj flK* Bfe , l^'V;/' I I p,t ■;>•;• i i. i£-; - ff"5' ■BpwfSf) >• HSiftiV- "'■ - ■ •' ;'r THB&v. 14fe* JBfcjraf." ' H «;■¥('• j. ■■1.1. Ml..!. *,, W-vJ- ■ ii I'ii ; - I .!<■■■. HI s. m flftf 0LZ) HOME TOWN^By Stanley 111 1 • Taken mm 1 <« mm 10 m. in. mituo clay's paper. Anything coining In alter 10 o'clock will appear in the next day's edition. Classi- fled uds are payable in advance. Tliey will bo taken over the phono through courtesy, but have change ready when the boy call* It A i'ICS: 10c u line for first insertion, Gc a lino for all following insertions. (Hix worth* to the line.) No uds accepted for lent* than 25c. , TELKl'IlONh'S 4 and 08. >r i' FOR RENT ■). FOH HUNT—2 large unfurnished rooms. QIC Henderson, FOlt Kl'JNNT—Furnished upart- MISCELLANEOUS . ; J. HL'CHAN...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 18 May 1923

'<Jv, ''.' ' '' ' :'■ i ' ; "''Xtp '. '■' "' !•■'■'■''' T""'• £,.'.;^*«-V> ','■>■•' f • I have (jpent a greater Hf« III ytutiy. but J mlmit concerned over ilia* ward all, «* - J To put at rest various rumors, course of orientation, one a! tli charges utid counter churgca 1 wi?h fW03l difficult r.ad most tcdsnicil jpeelally m -o lis na«R« hero in Or- to |Ait *cr nin facts before my- fair .conraw in tty crniy. und my rolig-1 a« 8®. JJust bow much torltory in bided Protestant friends. !<«> was no( iJikmu toned. lor Heaths does it cover? ' Turmo.l ha: liewn in the nir .lb'. [l taugl.t grudttitt .* ot 'W-ty ittlw.v-1 1 am leaving our fair city, but I twist several iimn(Us and rear'im n «'ty in tb0 I nited States, and many bate to rentjM Ibat tbe intolerant BSgSfeffi Pf. %Sc is j:K. : WW lUlilfill u Ilea oft So# HDGE # cups cumulated eugnr X cap milk. 2 tablespoons butter. Pinch of salt. 2 tablet prons torn firm jculmination la; t week with S© of tbfui used their UiuuvU'<...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 20 May 1923

nv- %, ,■ v,v7s r — ■«" .«^ i , V ^ i A: •■ */v .^..' ■■' ^ v ' .; ' • • W; i , • ,-*&*.>•, " dock ut U ' expect day to Jt wll Willi o fug Body of Brutally , HCYIPANC ADC , Beaten Girl Found MCAllAUd AKfc pi 1K^n^^archCT|DDFn OVFR I j murdered body of Jesse Rickema, %j £ M U 1% Ail/ V V Lll ORANGE, TEXAS, SUNDAY, MAY 20, 1923. r " w?m V ,-v'\*% vwn .J-> Still Smiles li-Wildcat is Again Rowing Gas Aftefr A Livelys^purt Saturday Afternoo^ V murdered body of Johhc Rickciua, 20 years old, was found behind a barn a few blocks from her home today.' Several of the girl's teeth had baeu knocked out ami It 1h telleved tthc'WHH strangled. The girl failed to return homo last night and her mother hurrylug out this morning to tlnd her saw u crowd around the bam and recog- nised her daughter. Miss Kiefcema Went wit ha friend, a Miss Tunis, to a picture show laat night. REIGN That the Sun company's No. 1 fXato well continue*, .;to hold 'the center of attraction « the Orange. field is wel...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 20 May 1923

■**< StoK'H •. ./v; HP1) ■TP* ■; .wj v- -.j; HPWMHii . EK, ;;v;, ■ lip#' Comes To THE ORANGE DAILY LEADER ',' i 11" 11 i m -• V.vt^ Jjjsi fsSWB?" pSR ■■'V!swv- f J- . •■* ■ .'.rtaK" , ■ "fc • 'f'fe ••• >'..• v, - 'wx^mm page two 1 1 1 IS W" y De Gray. Becker, al — l)o>ca« n I A . In IIOB ere I istant ,j ( m hcsri j ■ds of th J quest 10' ion. Vhen 1 i ufci e monifuK*! in to l>f* aluV jority of tlMi !!< ('I'll! other ha.iij dilating fn> School ai wasi almost; rui tot in < couise of ilu y !<a\ ing iny:>« It Ivy inf rtl f.f oil it ers that 1 i thf- army hint' conceinlag utioned. After two ed my commission'. ed sainstructor In after. Gallardo is badly .id as Carmen nurses him ltb, ttxt- feud is patched 'do cannot forget Dona Bj: Jose tells him she has land will be back in the lardo loses popularity. him to Rive up his *Qfes8ion. but not having oney. ht* declines. ) " ilta K*Mi. Field. Rosanowi Belcher. I Winn. ie Marstini. t Clayton. try I-tunont. j de Gueveru ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 20 May 1923

i rem? nFKxfx-mtmtmWJ • «. ■ ■ —■■ - ■ - . r,.v .. IHIimMW^ >■■ ' •'■V-,;i iMlw «,<!., .... • . . *Ast> ..na«.W.«#< 4 0> MUa>tfftofcW tfvfv muMtfatc, '• .« uriiinix^inxiMiiiii I'ltr*" "*•* * .-H.lVj.ilV.fJ ~~—'—2T :m-m = DEPARTMENT "elmphonm NmmU,38 '$4:.V. m' v«f# ■■*• f ■ - ' ■ ' ■ - . . 1 • ■ •, •■>1 i • ■ ;. \ , .. .' —— THE ORANGE DAILY LEADEH ,WILD FLOW HP. Wild flowers of the country will have their day. The movement to devole one day ii year to Impressing people \filh the important')) of preserving the wild flowers of the land has gathered enough headway to make it nation- wide. The plan waH originally any* gested by Mra. liertha M. Rice, known IliroiiKhout the land as the "Wild Mower Woman," having founded Wild-Flower Day at thO 'Pauama-Pucltlc Imposition at Man Francisco in 1915. In the May. 1920, Untie of livery Chljd*is Maga- zine, Albert K. .Still mini of this city also suggested n national wfid-flowcr day. According to these sponsors May 20 in the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 20 May 1923

mm UK I'd SUglT jutter. |(oni siraf Choct.lijtc «.iu in To* cljarj- to pu{ minde Toi IWIBt cnlui(| ("cult t) i d w l raf J tottclltl J On ue oecu* Wttsi it '.' •< mM I it'Si^' WR-'/TW, i \*><- . . ' ' ■'■•■ " jrni'- i ■ ^ii"l ■ ' p iwsvf '<• C: < i •, iiflW: ■' CHK ORANGE DAILY tEADER SUNDAyv MAY 20. 1923. 1 I J I 1 7 . ' iT j THAT KID FROM WISCONSIN AGAIN FT--.- , ftt 206 matter *** '• CSL A U0tr<* of OT that and, which and rook to the femov k"ttla from cool IS minutes. | v-mlili and L -at and thick. Add It meats tud spread Ian ona inch iliSok.. I tioa sn:iare«i k< i*;! moist in a J di-Ui If yuli lind Ibtic.ais" you liav" and you cun refil- ling butter into lit • Idticed to the eofier littered tin end put |pe m h *%-nVs of i In I#- jr lite <a p nc wH a To Be •ersional Declares — B. R. Sturgeon >r from tin- third land for six years lof Lamar county. Ihw candidacy for r district, subject lie democratic pri- laiEers, imlgrtstlon |us are certain to are import...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 20 May 1923

|H4v \$&J. HE# I 4 I A. i;. I •———•—■-—-—L*^;—1—L——-— ■'- ' ■ ■■• i" | NEWS (Coutlnued from Page 3) \ City Briefs ] (lock at Ueuuuiont for tlio pint week In expected to" be released there to- <Iny tojie sent back to Orange where ji will again bo placed iu storage with other shipping board vessels be- '"K held In storage here. y ... ... .. ... , . ...... ... .... . .f..vi~, Dronfiou, Texua^ for a visit to her mother. m Personal* J Mrs. W I*. McFurland ol' Port Ar- Ihur in the guest of Mrs. J. I). Neff. M.s. Mcl'arlaml formerly lived in OfiiiKo . N J. I>a!U«'Z unci V. Dartoz, who wni'k In Beaumont, are upending to- d.i> in Oiiinge with their families. Baptists Church News Through the courtesy of tlie Or- ange Furniture company special numbers on the Victrola will bo pre- sented at th0 Sunday school hour to- day. The opening hour is 9:15. The school is making elaborate plans for the 'plenty to bo held in June. Attendance is, holding up In a great way. This morning Mr. Elli...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 20 May 1923

' •' '' ' '''*''' i . • ^gjg * ' \ i ■ ■ 11 i. • -V ' " ■ —i ' V. • H 5BBWH i charge ' After Signing Dempsey (<> put minded In CtlllUi ted eug>>r utter. a om e r«i ChoolaU" >ui present OA >110 whi«h tion of la nect vlipr# I gt£t!r. OSSi and dreda of T« An K H l'O 0 0 ood, 2b lood, per 4 *4. P 3 3b .... 4 t* ...... 4 Henderson, rf «. rf 4 0 0 C4 II 0 0 « 0 0 14 1 Hancock, lb *• i ■ ■>;£ "V t THE ORANGE PAILY LEADER hipi !imw SUNDAY, MAY 20, 1923. ' •;-,wr • W aiul <*eok tg§! ffflovi H'"til«' cool 15 minutes. V"titIII i mid i vvat and thick. Add nn'iiit. md spread in on? inch ihiek„ squares I:. .\i moist in a Ui If yon tind means'* you have and you enti rem- ap butter into tir lured (o the softer tiered till ;:nd pat ip. To Be essional Declares — • ' ~U B. Sturg from the tMrd iittl for sl* years J if L;imar coanty, lis ran idacy foj district, ,;jj 0 democratic ] leers, s are re imi slitkal carai he would 7, iifratlpn 1 mer elura Mr" ti rouph leg t be among sues...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 20 May 1923

IF i. I r \ ii' ■ y ' ' mmm \ ff: :i H-A I ' * tlx. < SUNDAY, MAY 20, 1923. THE ORANGE DAILY LEADER " 1 ' ' "TP*"?.'*",-',' ."",""".1..,' ' ) O .C# J. ,tr p , ' : ■ * ■ - ■ ■ - . . ' ; . <:'l •.i.-."':-■■ ■ ;;l' 7v ,vS . k. i. < F A •> > Taken as late m 10 a. w. *«nio duy's paper. Anything coming In after 10 o'clock will appear in (ho next day's edition. Classi- (ied ad* are payable in advauce. They will be taken over the phone through courtesy, but have change ready when the boy calls RATIfiS: 10c a lino tqr first insertion, 5c a line for all following Insertions. (Six words to the line.) No ads accepted for less than iiQc.' * TKLKFHONKB 4 and JW. .v* 4 ■- t \ OH! f I we' \\G# :EP FOR RENT FURN1SHKD APARTMENT |0e relit —Phqne 417, NuIboh'h JeWelry Store. ' I; FOR RENT -2 'Unfurnished light housekeeping rooms with hath, .i blocks from postofficu, St. 310 Main "V FOR KENT- Desirable 2-roorn 'ftir- niahetl apartment. Reasonable terms. lJhoue U45-J. FOR RENT: 4 or 0-room...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 20 May 1923

m ■ ,'M cheaper -to Bitty well tiUHJ to- jfot: I well." measured by Ua health, and > ftl? J K minted augt<( butter. salt. ii« com sir bitter choa Luther Burbank Honored Today STEADY DEMAND S* icome FOR FORD CARS ! : > V:i ♦ # SANTA ROSA. Cnl.. May IS.— i'if- y«Krs ago loday a young man ■ with a kit of ctupanfer'G ,Cooie ,1^1- ■ ft ded up the maiU sye-^t oi £am.i KosUi.iinking fpr than «•« ' h.-fnre," !I A carpenter who needed an as- cuj f.'orU doaln, said ileuta J stag. . r« | allow to teaspoon vnuUlt a.* lis creamy «,i d. tkjck cup of nut meats *nd. altered pan ojja Iftcl. one inch sq:i mdy will < vegetable dlDli it is y' too long ' |bv knead life til it ie redue |lnce in butU roper shape. joa | an. ? atetaht gave the young follow a j r' and Luther But bunk w ho had < oj '■&* to Califdraia from MasiathuEetti it) With March Of health de< ide I in |br- and affect tbo realisation of a i.<;: Executive in June JirNEAH, Alauku, May 19.- Whan '• ^ ' ' President; H...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 20 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 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 20 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
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