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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 20 May 1923

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 20 May 1923

■V.'.N* t4<J it.y" ' 1 PU ■P'-Wr" E^Sh sraHfe", * - LdtfHft 3ft .•'..-A*-v . JL • ■ V;rV '^1 , . r' ^tL r i tw ■ 1 ' \%m *•** f i-J . IrJ ■ InJISC^RI RSMME ffinBM <itv2Xi : Wij • •; • ' ■, mtM' Im . PiUfwriiiw^wTwwmwww " - •' W "aa "*"" 1 * , < * :■....,■« ■" jt ',,'M .' <a - Vi™ ©Hit' Cu#> bB^| eU^l to tl *'i d; and STWPVTIs our GTCOT CHIMIMY! NOW VE COULD PlAY MIT PEACE 1 DOT'S M3T X CML * VJlFTV! ("THEY'VE got to get up eajrly to be«t OLD 5UCKY! I TOLD H NOT ID UET them our of UlS SIGHT! DETECTIVE,SLICKY-^) U^^^VYDER mnt rr VUNO^HIL? SO HIGH Tool I WICK! I Told hi "R> keep those n U^c 6KJ CHt«5: 1 LOOK! N > HlDS OUT OF Mischief? i ivWi ■ Ptf«P$ "+lr ' &;•*&> ( «• «* «•* L_ inwii MWlBlfr*f■ "W ■ E^?™3SffiB@izsiae®SBS >.4i« itfl :T ' til*" ■' jfc ■ £11 rv.-' •■.fa /! ISUtK-WOPPY! IFOKCCHEHQLDS tWT EXPRESSION ft, H1NUTE. [M^WTvSSwl vill hold rj ip kegot L - ~ — slickery] J ^ suspicion FOR (V) WOT HftPPEN-i U'ltE'T /et> "BOTCHY GOT.UMPUS! ITCHY B...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 21 May 1923

' , f' •; . :<• .. & tyK>'w , $1 a Condition ged, Physicians WS BL.,„ \" m ISZ~Z- w$ State in Early Bulle- tine. - • • '• ,vm ■■ f>:'•■'■v.. 7" " 11 r, May 21.—Marquis Cur- ry Of state, for foreign 1919 ia the lllOHt llkclv mmmW fr..W Wt WHICH ADC iMt Bight. • •> L^.I< ? pieuileruhlp from «r Law ledgned JBW SS^:>k' If#'" 4|,' • Mt iffUctlra, which his physk1f|ua hold out littl* hope of immediaM L recovery, forced the 8eotoh-Can«diiim «ho liui. been at the helm of Briti1% affairs since October to forward hll realg- nation to King George by menpnger. He Vac too III even to pay UflLcu* tomgry personal visit. }b many political circles it \rns expected~ the king would summon Lord Cunton to Alder shot today and Chart? him with forming a ministry. Curio* has many political ene- mies, however. There to also objec- tion to tmving a« premier of Eng- land a man entitled to a seat In the hoaat of lords. Consequently Stan- ley Baldwin, preeent chancellor of tho afck««uer, I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 21 May 1923

8 ft$ '«i5r^ ■'*j^>«**- —-~* —J— ■l ' it j **& ifcrf 3* Session Will Re- sume Tuesday. KKf., I •%f ■ tf ■" mmmmm m iinmil.l^n n *li li"Wi1 '■'<<. >' k /" tw f ■ ?A i... jjol' life >L.!, —Jk MRffcU* jjjfV AUSTIN, lax., Alav 21 IJoili branches of the legislature failed to develop quorum^ at the morning roll call today. Alter waiting for more iltttn aii hour (he wsuale ad>ouinod' until 2 P'. in. Tuesday. At* no addi- tional members had arrived on the morning train*. There are no bills ipending in the upper biunili oi the legislature. Mom her* of the Iioum- stale Hit re can be very lilt If work iranwteted today an the lJinkh income t.'ix bill bait not been returned lroni ill'1 printer nnd thev tie! (,ure to «t- toili|>4 will be made to consider the bill im'i 1 ni* r,. mrmbi rs are present and Hie lull i.- on their desks Orange-Beaumont Road Believed To Be in Danger Now That there is a ureat danger of about1 one mile of the Ormiee county upper road to Iteauinont ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 21 May 1923

= . .. t—S—- a&kKtfKS tNflMHHl&iMMI SNHK ! Social,Calendar &$ H E\m: HI ■H s$.. Pan derson o'clock. Public mfm of the latlon of An- itorium at 8 - - .,• rfj,- • .. .J, (1 ,\Ty._- •' Chamber of Odd ft; "' A.--,., ifefe M*\ ''v;, .fe-' 1\i >, If ..:' Library - Commerce, 2 to 6. Degree of Honor Lodge- Fellows' Hull at 7:aO. Camp Hadeco— Red / Grose Booms at 3:46 with Mrs. R. Lee Davis, Guardian. Camp Mudjokeewls—Home of W. C. Griggs, 606 Sixth It f4 o'clock, ; . ■ ' mk' . - Ttt^fry Bridge Club—Mrs. If. J. Oitmtr^tvand Mrs. Jc&imW. Hart, UofiteMM^ftt their home, 708 Green Ave. Shakespeare —At Bailey i of Mrs. SlKV'h St. House at 4 o'clock Camp T«haa—Hoi Steele Campbell, 1001 at 4 o'clock. Benefit Music,al-~AuIplces of Woman's Club— CliapibefW Com- merce Auditorium at the evening. Cobb-Murphy Wedding — At home of Dr. and Mrs. J. D. Yates 706 Fourth street at 4 o 'c* h. WKDNKrtDAY— ' ,, Wednesday Bridge Club—Mrs. H. J. Ortmeyer and Mrs. John W. Hart, hostMMi, at their h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 21 May 1923

■'Wn JBE fffy v; ' Mi ■HH# " -V >W' w m VAIL Y LEADER Saturday and Sunday morning at SOI by Um Orange Printing Company. "s, Texas, postoffice as second-class matter United Press Association. ■' "I"i11,11 ''■ r. i." "' .. ■"',|. ' w " i: In advanc —one month, 50 rents; one year W- ling Representatives: Knill-Bnrke. Inc., llrokaw Bldg., idway, New York City; 112 South Michigan liivd., uueous reflection ujiou the character, standing or reputation of argon. firm or corporation which may appear in the columns of will be gladly corrected upon iu beiug brought to the enttan of the publishers. — All Departments: Xo. 4 or 88. — tt'< KI I RANGE, TEXAS, MONDAY, MAY 21, 1923. KETTElt TEAM WORK. Sfe BP"' Thursday night will mark another membership % meeting oi" the chamber of commerce, to which every inember of the organization is invited and urged to Attend. How many will be 011 hand when the president §o calls the session to order? Membership meetings of the chamber of commerce bring out...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 21 May 1923

HBf* 11^ after 10 o' «« • ar«}payablo la courtesy 4 >, MrXifo ■ '&•> WMMi* i /■ • Bp IHHwJHLi >1/HOLOI I NEWTS nicely mulshed, Phoii0 HOI. ■ . f FURNISHED APAllltMENT lot rent —Plicae \\1, Nelson's Jewelry Store. * m M r-\_r w , i- \ Wilt WBU- v YOU WHE^^coME" ^•1 You come Ji^'iriiirsiDei I OUT "to / ,/■ I mwiyf j ' NC , *TH' „ ~ . VA^HCSV ^ I mM'y. ' wMffi k-' ' Pr'-> ^ ! K "'! ; ■ FOR WENT—a unfurnished 'light housekeeping rooms with Imtli. U blocks from pontofClee.. a 10 Main St. I I' U V- UK. a fc'OU HLN'A'; 4 or b-rooiu cottage Willi modern conveniences. illug 33t>. tr —■ i ■ .111 * / Light housekecpfug Muiu. t£ [ u FOR, R1 House. ut JJalley ROOM . KOK H15NT- r*jg In; 20# Eolith street, l'houe™ FOR KENT—-It00111 with b In. 80-1 Front. St. ^I'hul Also largo room for two gentlemen. FOR SALE 1' ■Mm;: fW «&r U / ^/4 %. 1« THAT OLD WOMAN MATER, HANK PE/<NYF^CKEfe, WAITED UNTIL. WASH DAY TO BU ?N OUT HIS KITCHEN CB/MNEV~ [i'.ii FURNITURK vAND FLOWERS for I F...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 21 May 1923

Pi I mi, Hj.V ■ IS:®,' ' 1 , Kli w til-'? (>i-,:tl|OH in :. I> t*v j Villi I lit- I li i i Oit I mmm, «S#i ISMI ■"«' v;1 *i m m i 1 1 ' a_- AMAWALK, . , , :X ^ ' N, Y., May 21.^--A He and private ceremQuinlB, nup woman. HvUir ncwr N«w York tng President .and Mrs. Harding, the City. Is the country's champion tree Prluce of Walea. General PerabiiiR, grower. / Queen Elizabeth and Kliej Albert of t Sin? b Mian Evelyn W, Smith, man- Belgium and others; each time the Rafter of the Amu walk Nursery, larg- Amawalk Nursery of E. W. Smith— eet nursery In the, country producing for her owner hldea her teitT.alty exclusively evergreen and deciduous under the guise of these Initials. V. !trees. , I ">■ „ j -— "Kvory day, somewhere lt the1 THE STATE OK TEXAS. United .States,'' as«ya Mlsn Smith, "a To the Sheriff or any Const tble of tree Is planted from my nursery. Orange County, Greeting;: v And I c. n't help leelinR that Mch' You are hereby commanded to tree perpetual en the memory of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 22 May 1923

B jJd Bp . 1 ■ IBushf™ W ■1 i W ?1 a**em T" ORANGE, TEXAS> TUESDAY, MAY 22, IS ' '1' "< ■'' I '■ 1 . M, . „ {. , I I l" I ■' - I - & v V*8i' :' '* / ■- 'J f '|S I 1 HMft Ciin Fight men. Taken After Police- ii'y SKf JERSEY CITY, N. x, Mnv 22.— In b gun duel wlfl^frauk J. Sayea, whom tftey had gone to airest Joi In coaiHft|on with • u policemen were killed tod( y Md^b were founded. T^b dead £ie$6rtive Sergeant Johb pf|«k ittd pa||itiiin,i Clarence Ware. Detectives Wt n and Lieut. Harry Otis Were wounded, the lattoi seriously. r Buy* In an Improvised"^ fort roe. In the attach held the polh% at bay until he was forced to Aurretider by the use of tear gas homhs. A wo- man' Who H«y -abb'Is his wife was taken Into citstory. There wore pow- der-^titka On bar bah^s, police aaid. and thog "believe ah* did aome of the shooting. Policemen surrounded the house while a squad of plckcd men went to arreet Hayes suspe.ted of Itnpllca- tion in a payroll robbery. Suddenly a inBdot *M raised ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 22 May 1923

\ ■ '« ■ . ■ , V* ■ ■ : SlS I'.,- V'*£• his of Dollars Spent Tho i i: img wut 1 nou of Automobiles- Annually. DETROIT, Mich., May 22.—Sales of Ford cars and trucks iii the Unit- ed States alone for the Urst quarter Wtaii; Qvri'^v-!' *[ 1^:''-■* , mm Hi, pa ;C-%' I:! ™ >*jp- mm jgSff jk$ ip SB" * dp; Hv- BflBM - • of 19SS reached the enormous total of 39&,t)t>2, the greatest sales record lit the history of the Ford Motor company for a similar period of six months. This is an increase of 135 per cent over the some months Inst year when Ford retail deliveries to- taled 1GS.500. Even these stupendous figures do not indicate the number of stiles Which could have been made had production facilities been greater. E'wjry month dealer requirements have been far in excess of the com- pany's manufacturing ubiety For May dealers' orders reached the enormous figure of SOO.OOti Ford cars and trucks. Following the exin-nditure of-mil- lions''of dollars for new machinery. l%patusion of ma...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 22 May 1923

•Ja£V.MS7v.l , , ran *•.-•:, :■ %.• mi. fi cn/orrv nrniDriiCiir SOCIETi^DEPARTMENT 1= =S "^fi i . JjJ *''fr''Y'f I ■,T-,- - . -_ 1~ JL- !f,: ""■■"T — m ~—ial Calendar TUESDAY— '' - : - ; ' Tuesday Bridge Club—Mrs. H. J. Ortmeyer and Mrs. John W. Hart, hostesses, at their home, 70S Green Ave. Shakespeare Club—At Bailey House at 4 o'clock. Camp Teh an—Home of Mrs. Steele Campbell, 1002 Eighth St. at 4 o'clock/ Benefit MubJchI—Auspices of Oman's Club—Chamber of Com- merce Auditorium at 8:15 In the lurphy Wadding — AT home oftOf. nnd Mrs. J. D. YaTbs 706 Fourtlrfct^get at 4 o'clock. WEDNESDAY Wednesday BrfiTiW| Club—Mrs. H. J. Ortmeyer and •'Mrs. John W. Hart, hostesses, nt tlie^hom*, 708 Oreen Ave. • Methodist Young Pole's So- ciety—Home of Mrs. R. life Unvts, 1404 John St., at four o'Moek. Baptist Cirls' Auxiliary- -Home of Miss Lois Hendley, 1710 Main St., at three o'clock. Cnmp Wenono—Red Cross hend quarters at four o'clock with Mrs. T ,C. Ford, Guardian. THURSDAY— Indies Aid of Fir...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 22 May 1923

the Orange MlKi,. K ' V,' ■ ■ - ' 'i-'fr.r■■'„■ ,Tmm, mattw ] « i i Untied ■• r'v Advertising Representatives: Knill-Burkg, Inc., Brokfcw Bldg., M4 BrpMw*y, jNfew York City; US South Michigan Blvd., !&#■** . ..." ... rofleotion upon the character, standing or reputation ot iirn or eoavoration which mfjr appear iu the coliurtu* of ler wMI he gladly corrected upon its being brought to the JJt ft ; All UeparunenU: No. 4 or 88. * iSSs WH6R6S BBHRbwSK1 U ,#!, '• IklH'Vj I wsffiit- '5 :i! ■ — % OP ^ ?_ *6< K J 8£$. , TPXAS, TUESDAY, MAY 22, 1923. i J, ^ .vf f FOt/tf 0L/> .4GE. dPM? Julian Eltinge, ^world's, greatest, female imperson- ■ ator, weighed 214 pounds when 22-inch waists became fthe fashion. '* '•■ * ■ "I got my waist down to 22 inches, all right," he re- k|inisces. 'The Lord knows how I did it You could Ife stick pins in my legs and I didn't feel it. The circu- it lation was completely cut off. It's, a cinch now. The Hi'.: wide, loose waistrline would let me get away w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 22 May 1923

Hi ij i 'i v?^? -1'. P BW™M '■!f i- R§! JP f " -ir ;,?": "mm BjwSjwWife ■*M" KIM mssm MK19 R-,'p •#*wTs_ ®ps" . >rr-. ":u, ■ > kw&tiwmf.:: foPiS* Vjskj ., . M i'H ma mm i fn <:yfcs v.{ •♦• -- •" fym m \-■' / fcffi-i- •■•,•• m'l;? . q; r Jmm v.;f: *J IsE if pi: **T Eim ' .•;t7r Ki J. JMPf wl in here, but efforts to traae him to 4lia «MiK. h««A iUk.^ KwKM*: tw& Kl i> nt town have brought nolhhig. Chief ot Detectives Kesler w&o 1 charge of the anarch since " alght when institute uu- ppealed to pollce for aid, tonight that Kin investi- proved fruitless. is the sou of Hopper ,-I,,.,I,, Alexander, J ' I ' ^ ^ gia, attorney.' Hunt Atlantu, Geor- I « . *'y "*1' [i'. ■ m: p?! . Jw^ fe: jk$ ■ I®* $§. I frapr^ fxt ■ &> H'MJ • 4 ,i •. , ■' mm IB®*.-. - ■■HP Hi?;'' m Mrs. Alma Robishoaiiy who has been visiting relatives r< urned to her homo In Port Arthur Ipaterday. Prank T. Burnutn or Utick, ^ow York is horo looking after business matters.* -V - ' ■ , Mrs. 8: A...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 22 May 1923

i ' l $ffl® liiL- -- ••): ' **' mm j- Of CLINIC Club Entertains Rotari&ns. I WttlHiW >DER "; SSSS Z322!2^2 _sffl —! Th« atmosphere at the weekly Ho- ' t fjr luncheon today was delightfully I flavored with music rendered l>jr the] high school glee club orchestra. Miss Flavin Wignall. who whs a member Of the teaching force for the past year, was in charge of the orchestra and Introduced each member. The musicians were guests of the elub oa tills occasion. A profitable phase of the day's I isst I Km: '<■ f/t 6- program was the report made by Mias A. Wettlaufer, county health nurse .Who was introduced by Dr. K. E. Barr, manager of the Frances Ann Lutrher hospital. _ The work accomplished by the Red Cross clinic as revealed by Miss Wettlaufer. was declared to l>e won- derful. She praised the physicians for their cooperation. Miss Wettlaufer stressed the need Df a place to take care of the coun- ty's tubercular cases .a number of which she bad discovered in her work. She s...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 22 May 1923

< ■ i * .lljllll ' l;' 'I ""■' — ^ _ Ifsii ST.J Am KS& «M i I - "" . - «■ •*v 1 ' • 3l ■' ■ l ii 11 t STENOGRAPHERS, BOOKKEEP- :.-'W M x Bi:\ ' ..-vffi * r0#ldKMnb. PhMe°46l.COtU,e' ** ^ Ji I in i— •—; FOR fiENT—Furnished apartments, W* ^window.. Phono 213. *T—Two-room upurtment, furnished. Phoiie 1104. FURNISHED APARTMENT *>t rent fm&: —Phflme 417. Notion's Jewolry Store. 'V FOR RENT—2 unfurnished light , jtyusekeeping rooms with bath. 3 KBl bloek« from postoffloo. 910 Main u*. FOR REJaT*"* or 6-roomcottage with moaefta conveniences. Ring r a . . ■• « I jf '■ r 1 FOR RENT: rooms. 912 rooms FOR, s\ at JBalWy \ tf RENT—Rooms House. * ROOM FOR RENT—Close in; 208 Eighth street. Phone 90V FOR RENT—Room with hoard close la, 804 Front St. Phone 317. Also large room for two " or three gentlemen. BRS, FILE CLERKS, SW BOARD OPERATORS and MISCEL- LANEOUS OFFICE WORKERS, full or part time. Apply immediately, giving name and address. Box A care The Leader. Railroad Schedule Bntlun...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 22 May 1923

!r'4 w 39 DIAMOND Humphries Allows But! Four Hits and Proves Too Mur ombing Case Aired n New Investigation I the Wall Street bl «t deportod b:>h A roc«ftt4one. in jV Au«y« 3J. I'brox wont its In-made by a man in J*ll In Los Ang*-; ujr. f.t.dovlo Cum In Its, or l'nt> \fwn,1 les. Chiof BuriiH dlacredltoil hi* Sev«#a1 j.N. J , was uu.tpcctod and story, u he did nil others, William J. Ilurnu, famous detec-j Burns, however, mnde this state- ment April 9, last: "The umne of live who auccccded Flynn, an-aqunc- • — '• — "—~win u, iuui . i u«. uuinv ui jeJ in D.:c<:nbrr, 1921, that the mya- evpry pot-cop involved in the Wall tery httd boon Bal\ed by the arrest street plot is known to my depart- Mav PliP&fP tliTomh t . I.te. 'jxnf-**?'■■"Wii _ a n... n.,.4^1. anwaimmillit wore aent by detectives to Noah .* ner in care of the New York baa headquarters in an effort to li him. There was no answer. a decoy letter wan eetit info,...,.,.., him that other mull awaited him a the white ul...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 23 May 1923

" "■ - ' . ' L JLmmad 9B !'j^' 'f m a Wi$m —'ji—_— , , i kmW'^m WW 7W; Pii —-—jh. rUU-i )FV K\i"i ; Hk'% a— • ■fei'Wr" r\ 01 Mt:. W&K?: ~—: < — 4 . 1 w% Girls Glee Club 4 Elects Officers f m era week shows orders ten ed 17.1 per cent week; production dec and shipment* e« uecreas- ■jm * { M Reports from 13-1 mills per cent. i - :'Vl~.Wgy ..I.. II I ■ III w. I nil , i I show 95,223,662 feet ordered, 80,- 816,894 fe«a shipped ap<* r7,57\ 871 feat produced, urderi on ham. end of last week were 35s!.829,764 v,m t.' ;? ''r :f>- 1 'fi1'' iSft*1 i" A meetl Mm od from man , committees sc- ans patriotic or the I. O. O. r. L. M. Shepard- ler, Of Jesse Jackson Spanish-Am erica n War J made general chalr- the annual memorial day celebration. sv The celebration WWl be held at Stark park, where theWogram will lip- rendered, beginning\t 4 p. m. Sunday June 3. \ ' Phillip* to S|«-;,u. The program will be opened b> %$***• offered by Rev. E. T. brake, pastor of the Lwteher Memorial Pre...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 23 May 1923

m hBi v.* I !|| ■M kf Vk sfa PI: ?.v: Sti1' "f « !§' Construction Com- Awarded Inter- tion Work by Corn- section Work by Com- missioners Tuesday. Contract for paving the street In- tersections on Green avenue in con- Ht nection with the county paving which is to l e IX feet wide along the thoroughtuie, w« awarded at « luectiifg of the pity commission on Tuesday night to Frank i\ McEl- wratti, the county contractor, on a basis of $2.75 per square foot. Hogg & Lewis, locnl contractors, submitted a hid of $2.! t! per tquare yard, not Including the excavation. lu uddition to the terms of the contract on th above baste. Con- tractor McKJwratn entered into it written agreement to do the work for (ireen uVtuua property owners in pavins from the curl- lines to the edge it tbe 18-foot strip to be paved by the county on the,same liasis of cost at is recited in tin city's con- tract. £ COM Suiall. The edst jvr front foot, not in- cluding tic curb, wli; Uc approxi- mately J<.'o7 1-2, or ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 23 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 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 23 May 1923

V:;>, A.<V\J: I.- - At, _ • jjilM . • , ^ • Mid Sunday ng Company >s .y"' • *7 ,t ««• * .. ,i". Mh r tofflce u bocoud-clgwi nutter v.- $3 i Oraafe, Texaa, postofflce u sect Auodatlon, "i In •dvaitrt'—oau month, 50 a ^ Representatives; Rnlll-Burke, Inf., Brolcaw way, New York City; 111 South Michigan «* «*••.< >< rs i \ ( , I I month, BO coats; one year *0. Bid*.. Blvd., erroneous reflection upon tbe character, standing or reputation ot person, firm or corporation which may appear in (ho columns of Leader will be gladly corrected, upon its being brought to the itlon of the publishers. • ^ i j, , , ' . All Department*: No, 4 or 8& 'Ti M; / ■_ ORANGE, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, MAY 23, 1923. L IN GOOD HANDS. 1II i * m I < i ' 1# Nri ' irt" . Wl The fathers and mothers of Orange who have boys ifeho left this morning to attend the annual Boy Scout camp should rejoice in the fact that their youngsters are in good hands. They should also dispell all worry over their safety,...

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