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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 23 May 1923

a vi• •r H "..""'"i ' I'wyifi > ■' i n m Kali ■fill Hi >'"v IP S:W' lV«9 % «* HPi M0¥p wm- m W.' ft ■Cy-yj~t*- • ■*'. *1 «!$$* HgjHpg;." ypm- iR«f?' Hk %;&■ mm ft* * _..... , * ■ •:!£r v ■■■ ■'• . +.y , SgNk ♦ jjv' : Ninth Inning Rally Nets Necessary Tallies To Win Full Series From Visito*s. ■ • \ . , i ,t ♦ ♦; ~— * * Staging one of the most sensa- tional batting rallies ever Been at West End park the DJamomls Tues- day afternoon administered a third coasocutive defeat to Glenmora by tl\e store of 8 to 7, completely Btleeping the series which began here Sunday. It waB a rally which brought every fan to bin feet and Joostmed within him the loudest shouts and most blood curdling yells possible for bis vocal chords to stand, thq plank walls • of West End ball # fairly rati ling because of the chorus of cheprs wliich was urought iWth when the final and winning lUtrSwsed over the rubber. V Itj was HegHJj'jj stiuglng slugle through second thaK started the ral- ly, the old timer ...

Publication Title: Orange Daily Leader, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 23 May 1923

Ip^'tes Lo., h —H^EWII7""" If! ■ ^ emofis were reported killed, It core injured and ron«l )era|}le tmaaVrrrmr>v «'sn,"B® done by flood* and tornadoe* which swept north wem Oklahoma and SohiImtii Kansas th<> *** ** hour.. Hi(h winds, which followed a de- late Qt Water tore re«ideaee«i to ptaMa. parnlyiod telephone and V IHffctilUt fa -little* «nd ranged thou- sanda of dollars dauiit£<- to growing Iwqr homes were blown down j foMlfwr. being permitted to l«M« it for periods up to 75 mm, o condition half the area In avail- able fiee for crowlot riee fcr the natirti. ■ ' L wwr . i« There are SOO varieties of rpiders in th« British Isles. I \ From 1235 to 1831, the White Tower in the Tower of Loftdou con- tained a menagerie. JB ' : P £ ■axt &••■•. Wkct ■■"* Hb th%> wreckage strewu for miles around la the vicinity of tsreenhurg. Kansas, where the twister n ached Ita fury during the night. than a hundred persons bomelfcsa to- day were being cared for by t Vw un- people. A...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 23 May 1923

1 • ■ tf 4 I . " ' m iame dsy? paper, Any thin* coming m km I mm -- t,TS>;:C:. R®NT 'iS*. ' windows. P fcff. «v .#; apartment, FOR KENT- iffi; IS* <y- . If IfeOV' ^ Wj&] ' FOR RENT; Light housekeeping room*. 912 Mala. tl FpRjf RENT—Rooms at Bailey Houau. tf ,ill< |<II I||||<^ n III FOR RENT—Room with board close r ,r FiCTORX WORKERS, mil or p«rl I time, Pleasant and congenial Apply ' Immediately, giving name and address. 6ox- A *sro The Leader, 1 MAN, WOMAN WANTED—Salary |7fi weekly full time, ll.RO an hour Bpare tlire selling guaranteed hosiery to wearer. Bomliful nijlng line. OUARAN I'uiiSU AIlLi rlaiown, Pa. also ltfrgb —Room wl^h board Hoffjfi *0* Jw° < o*i. close, ip. 804 Fro FOR REN log rooms. three rout St. light housekeep^ Main. V' L^.V r r Kvi«sf' lifl HE'; ■p'' I 1 . ■ ■ 1 ■ ■ ■ Bip- ■ ■ ■aV: - R1: 'i ■ tachment, fits all sewilg machines. Price $j2. Checks 10c extm. Light's Mall OArer House, Box 12 :3, Blrm- «Ingham, Ala. - \ gfg! ! lljfew ■'. fyfk&am...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 23 May 1923

w ' ' ' I m # a m a 4 -■; 9 r*6 -■>■ ■*" n 1 ■■> *! ■*n "y "i ■ usi.su :"<*OTi$aBS. y J77 LEADER' — <w^.r IJ -, .it,**.-., .„.. „^ V...,. .„ ........ .■. '. '.'!"'!' "' ■■'■' -.J _,.. ' * mi ■kMi1 553, !$££& ■ | ! VI la Bf ™* 1 ■ ■ I ' ■ i ^ M I' •> 1 ', -Wjl 'j J&£-A flUMK, '*pv HaWSEE ijypl ,^V:. ; ft ' JL • ," ' i !■'"'■''* ' ■ #Kr™® t -.,.v J ' « •• , a ■ ^ >«.{*■ lis g9H tel I I I r './■ | fT FITMIiStALD. crowded Into the iuils or locked in "Jrccaia or sheds with barred win- j It 1 \ shall be equal and uni, . _ :. „ dowa and doors. B«hin4 us the ««« nUterg placed upon when the deaf s,.d the dumb «..d [. and Income tax and an the bUod w«,e for^°"en fcy orRttR-| "• ■;.*.■ j iwd- sorfety, Ltk« wild men, I Bhall be equal and unl-jthe wild "benst of pro'.', tW v II" ! jbnffnlo r>r,d thp wild ♦ >'—" law makers- have placed r« piM'plw ypmj fjf^ * -c? mf w^nf ■ _. c -A . ''■ V •ii'.: ;■■-■■"•- . . . ■ i . r 0™,1ri", ■ph* ""ic€ 0f the P*°Ple speite in No ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 24 May 1923

>1 ' •••'.' ,'v v/^f \i.f h;«!- uft wMK'fc %« KilS if * K& I;' Xi; «$H ' b* " F *• ■imk; -J \ 4 JMI "■. ^ ,_ MIL pP R||;jffl I ' * ► '■ <• (A: , - *!> L / ' "J fe« J 'A J ' w«WfcI?9 K4U,., £! $ • ■-. 1_ : , ' - •' n/,'i,'-.'•'v. . ■ ^y.Aife -■. , TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 24, 1923. p. 'V. it * &&i 't.A ■— '•■ l**"il"';"-;'"'".r*nT I' —... ...iV -k-r wq .i i y. ■■ ■■.' ■ . ■ ;v Officer ffli P 'Vvr-'fe*' \ '4,^: 'I tfr-s ■ \r* • ■ & *i&>;' B^' ■•-' gm 4 I. Ml fHoneer O i 1 Concerto Sella Holdings To Jap- anese Syndicate on 3 for j Basis. The acquiring of all the outstand- ing. stock of the Orange Petroleum K. Klshl for the Hum of constituted the larg- est deal inim. consummated in (Tr- nnge oil fielcPfcroperty. This deal waa closed lute VC'jHtnesSuy after- noon when the transaction Was com- pleted lu the Orange I'&troleum com- pany's offices in the Cuifran'y Bunk and Trust company's budding. The $350,00 caah payment was mad*' for the $100,00<) outstan...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 24 May 1923

ix m : ■ •' . • a ■ fri&rM* mrmmmi .v jv "arv, ......... ,1V n„.„ Hi work tor the Douglas retttWJOti l«M t HoUWon whore, they i tte aoa *1UIISIUI1 " **W* vk Texas Knibulmoru u d Una«rU*e . ,. convention which w.tu held ' ■ AtU^-they art I '•' Should Build So s To Have Homes Suited To Conditions On Farm In Order to Make Life!"*'"*' "" "r'"'kn" ™" attitude may th* greatly filtered by the surroiindinRfi. Food and exer- Worth Living, Rural Homesteads Should be Beautified. H not think of home as a beautiful to! place of reaction, and relaxation Theu, often the farmers live far apart, hence they loae the aplrlt ot rivalry. Competition vs. coopera- tion is a stimulant that the country home docs not come in contact with so much aa the city people do. Of ten (here is no fence between the supposed-to-be corral, and the yard. Tine stock should not be allowed to roam at large in the yard. Mnuv farmers plead that it costs too mucn to fence up the place and add things that improve the place. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 24 May 1923

1,1 >4'.,!^ jt , ?>t re, 'mm •'•i ->Ml Social thtrbday Ladles Aid of First Meet at church at Aid Sot ietr j."!^'11'1'"'''' 11 ■ " i."r DAILY v/i.i^-v .hi; ■jtyft-y- iftftttW4 to it On Friday, nard. Texas, Is her# today visiting S ., ,na also on Wednesday, Mr. and Wfil, J.m Wrtta, 39th. any girl who has not had ■ ^ and who Intend# to, J. Light fit J examination and who Intends to J. a. Termant, el< nd camp Will be examined, if lor the .Or&nge Ice. wfll go toHbe hospital. Co., left this mornlm orning for Houston. ■liS -A- K t I E;,f H ■ pip-.-v-V, 1 ■ t ■ 1 I 1 1 1 Church- The the Ftfjtt Christian church will meet on Thursday afternooi at 2:30 at the church. , All mem- bers i,re urged to be present. Woodbine Rebekah Lodge—No. 103—1. O. O. r. hall at 8 o'clock. Camp Anaudl—Rod Cross head- quarters nt four o'clock, Mra. T. C. Ford, Guardian. Woman Auxiliary of ihe Pres- byterian Church, Church nt tour of All Rnptlst nt ti-.ree o'clock. lety—Mrs. H. L. rth St., at three C...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 24 May 1923

'■•.•if v-vir. "'i i-v&Vl and Sunday moraine at Ml tin* Company S'f mmm i Mi vW (lice as second-class matter Association. ■ • , .. 1 if '•' .•MS«, V \ -| : ' VttN Rat«a: In alfiwcc ■ one month, 50 oenta; one year 90. Advertising Representative*: KniU-Burke, Inc.,. Brokaw Bldg., 'ft Broadway, New York City; lit South Michigan Blvd.. ijfe^V ' >* \ ■$ > £ > " reflection upon the character, standing or roputation of PMrson, firm or corporation Which may appear in the columns of i Lander will be gladly corrected upon its being brought to the of the publishers. All Departments: No. 4 or 88. —g jif - - i S§; m Ekr*., SI II dL'fl : ORANGE, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 24, 1923. PRISON CONDITIONS. No thinking man would say thai! Americans are pot, as a 'whole, kind hearted, indulgent, sympathetic, and generous hearted. With prison conditions being brought into the limelight as they have been by the FJorida affairs, he would be brave who would deny that we are also ostrich-like; we shut ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 24 May 1923

„ ''yJ® P'-:Va ' ... , U.; ■/ <?; i iW" '&$%■ ■■'■* V* «U&, ... • >'::■■!*■!*..' , : , WW 4. * HJ vfri at j • ■ >/3f *M o ^ ;^m^—«• f: .,/. •■ - • .<.'.<^&bV.ji-Ai.!,:<* , : '.-./ L • >vt :i%wri .^JflUt ; ■■,' ••'/,.■■ t<Sfe(iaiJ&i, iWEfr? arK--./..«iic*:*iSr.J<!6 dla-. J' ,;,W ' i'.',.;.:>vf? '.I M-.; •".' '''!V- :'"';J!-1- .&: -• ■•$ {im|> ■SPP?:-: r'WV '■*; ' , L'>> 11#... A< 0- ■ -^'~lV ■ fallowing ••VnM'. I M ' 10 ive~rooin ■ 1 Mr&xfoi immediately, Boxgjm Sii} \ f'W Mi— • nirivviu ttiFHivuiviiii nicely furnished. Phone 1104. * WE stag ■iiy skif of expression beginning #w# Interested ph«n«t wm iiiSBfjik+St:'**- &«# A :*S*!( fljjjVi I! r 1 '..M^! ■ ■ *~^'lf I'li'iTr * -'- ''■ Ii£ " 1 '^L V Jj| I r*Dwf*T5 WDR FOR KENT: Light housekeeping rooms. 911 Mai* ■ ■ FOIL House. , FOR KENT—lloorn with board elOM also Urge room for two or three tantieme*, close in. 804 Front St. PIMM!! «- —I FOR RE1 ln^ rooms, ht housokqep...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 24 May 1923

Recommend gg«: New Jail. IB bills of Indict-! ycetc-rdav afternoon tho Or-| ttg« tOBWjr dbitrlf' er«ni] jury com. the return of <>5 tree bill«j -Jt* session which Is now | ■ to n clow. Oniv two ar- ''.Hv1* rests hsd been made today on the SI* last number of tnd ctm< ntr. iver Manuel, negro, and R. nicker^- the former beinr charged with burg- lary and the latter for forirery and pcslng of forsed inntrtimcnts. One hundred cares were Investi- gated bv the grand iurv, accord!"* to Its firm I report, more thsu 500 Witnesses beinrc heard during the 22-day session. The jury atno returned a final re- port on conditions at the Oranre eoanty court house nml I he jail, Where Iliey made inspection.;. The j Jail. the jury snid in its report. wa« ; sanitary and the 1R prisoners being | kept there reported that they were] ■well fed and cared for a large iail j was urged in the report, as the present bartile was declared-Inade-| quale for ihe needs of Hie county. The jnr- m:ro recommended ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 25 May 1923

Rm - ®9 • VOLUME IX. . *W"^T:t^'i,''1 ■'■' 1 ' "'*" ' ' -im ■«•... ' 1 '■ HUSKED MEN ier Bakery Owner Received Brutal Treat- ment at Hands of In- truders. vi §«. I I t B P. B. Miller, a baker, who resides St the rectory of St. Paul's Episco- pal church on Main and Sixth streets was attacked by two unknown nu-n 8 and 1) o'clock Thursday nlgil? home. Miller received a blow on tftnjj|kead Vrom what he thought was a T%|qlver that caused him the loss of coftaldernblc blood and to suffer much pafW, White Men. Miller said that two White moii who wore caps, one a rntheXt&fi ami the other a small man, appeared at the door and asked if he wnnfed to buy a bakery. Miller replied the affirmative, whereupon the r.i'-ii*. In- vited him lo ko around and tak^ a look at a ah°P- Miller told them that he would Bee them "In the morning." At tills point, he said, one of the men told him that he was going to go right then and grabbed at him while the other piau threw a gun ou him. Miller eald that whe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 25 May 1923

jraj BmSII Tl TTfll H ^ v V ,g. , m ; mm&- snt Outlines at May Be Grown Profitably Ir^ Wfi ■' |b! > The farmer* of .Orange county, in ©rdcr to be successful with their W tk, should adopt n safe farming Program each year; know exactly M-"' **WM to Plan'. >d what • crop will |S-,V\ make the best money, according to County Agent G. C. Ellisor who to- «| day outlined a program which was given to the farmers of the county. *We must know what we arc to i m> m ■k 4 if plant, how to plant it, and all about BjfyTi'&ft It If we arc to make money out of our farming. ' Mr. Ellisor said. "I jraraffiA have given the situation close study THw-1'" since coming here and am convinced that the following program would Work out to an advantage to the farmers of this county.'' ;j Mr, Eliisor's program is as fol- lows: %. A good home for every farm family and every town and village fjj|- family .in the south to supply the pjiV- horn*; . needs tor the maximum ntim- B'/'s "r ber of days in ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 25 May 1923

7f A w ■ 4 . V V T Q Talk For World Conquost~Mrs. f V W. E. McCorquodnle. JL_J Tollf Wnmnti', W \f IT ■'' '■ ■ >' WM iW!t ' , I [ ., 'I . P Be " as j\r>-: MM m FRIDAY pffi 1 . ■ t&fi M, z pyssi p ■ 1P-V f Iffe-■ K P\ f, fP& Ml' ■' IwMy - wVfP '•■' r1' ■ - IS:" #{ ' w mfW-'i-*« $3 I® Kw • « f#. J! IffyF si * IM\V" ■' fe i If t% KM y. ,• ■e- ■ =■=-' — ; Social Calendar '■- . • t ■ ' ' ':'• '*t - I/ Shower for Mlsa Norma iioe Cole, given by Mr*, U. Lee Davis. Young People's Mia*! me : y So- ciety of First Methodist ChiircfT— Home of Mrs. J. W. Long, SOI Fourteenth St., nt 3.30. s vn I {I ► v V— A called meeting of till depart- ments #t the lYonsan'n Club at 4 o'clock at the Chamber ot Commerce rooms. attending camp, were give nout. At 6:30 the pnrty returned. Tho next meeting will be held nt MPs. Clauncbe's. ' When you wore little you loved to jyay make-believe, didn't you? OP 'f you want io stay young "JtiA^beautlful. rulviips Edlih Wing Pen<'o<%,j|Myeh0l0E:lst nnd...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 25 May 1923

ISaNa 5fx smysit ' 28 S*k .'V I Xru, MftottlM m nooid-dw Bitttr I Wlw Pmi AMocUtioa. w ■■!!, «0 martai one *wr Knlll-Burk*. lac., Brokaw Bide. Git?; Ill South Michigan Blvd. « «v Ll^K. jrV 7 *•. .i-' tV* L- ^araqter, atandlng or rejmtatlOB of ■ ■ ,!ch taay appear In the columns of So gJadty corrfeeted upon ita being brought to tli« ■H' I No. 4 or If ■Bfcr-: | \ J;J I ■* . • —~ ^■ | * — - ■ - , ORANGE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 25, 1923. SmP^v ; fV i i i. STAY WITH 'EM PAT! District Attorney Pat Adams is for the Volstead , the eighteenth amendment, and every other part lie prohibition statutes, and he doesn't care who —lows it In f/apt; he is frank in stating so himself, and voiced fti^ opinion iw the strongest but most polite words possible during the tibial of >a negro. Wednesday whom he succeeded in sending to the penitentiary for j|,yf5r for violating this law. During the course of the trial, which developed into one oft the hardest legal battles staged during this term of court, C. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 25 May 1923

I"" Hf"1 vjfF' ■ 31**^ ' I.I. Ill II .HI. Illinium II III. II , j i .i. y37 11"All1 F#1 LRU BKI j..A- * I™?S5 t '-lkA' I J2®i b^f" jgflHB ,4J 14 ■ '11 ,v «r4 // ■. -. %mm mbpw*<; Wfe&- J fe w ym M ifflKi rMiV i ., .„, . j>$wBSS:5Ka [. liiw MB&t !*',*!■ . K/''< a> '•■■",t'-t. , i ^ ' r^Av-.i- ■ ,;: ••. fc..; : If?;; {■ ' Mvv, ' • • •' fj|if' ■ mt-t,; ' , ■' & \ , 1 I 9asj3i:-;' life: ■ V ^ ■r-' ■ „ 3yy- • r ' f< ■ •• fee,'.,. ■ .*; H /..:!• ' '.* '"' r"' . ( ic *. ■ -"\fi, V I '''-./.i' ."' :- ,«■ • ■;.■>: « v'' ■ V •'"« % m ;x ■ ' V " - ' 'i "U!«j& " 'k •• . ■' * -V ' * ?J tf 1W > ''■' 'J - $ ........ ,..^ ' ft* - > ' iaiiLi mis mw* Hi a. i MKIV A&UAiyiE | V M BWM| BRp i 'i, Kf H ■ ' ''• « ■ 3fe :> % 114 Hfl UHC fl ' :; X N a New rrtr to, « l«r 1 " AO ♦ ^Wfp MM e*tr wpmlnl for Ha *tr :-M>* • * nm1 ^U*k. (.♦ <*<*«« fe%m« Mm ■TV ii'.'i mm t 5: ,Vi^: ' ,'^'lii,: V -4 >#-• • '• ,-¥v .1:' I i ,v wj 1 l'V>^ K ® [.-■'. ^ • *'' J...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 25 May 1923

'■> p I®. ggfBfejW?*1: lies to At- Made by Solons He Shifted Re- BSalM : v 'yWff- Pw® WhiZ'?!$ ^4'Sv; Kwfw 'a DALLAS. Tel., May 25.—Gover- nor Pmt M. Naff refused to allow th« T«xa« legtolatur® to "paw the buck" to him coacarolng their, failure thus far to balance appropriations and revenues. Passing through here late yester- day en route to Terrell from San Ao- gelo the governor replied to attacks made on him In the house and sen- ate because he made the trip to West Texas. "Before leaving Austin for San Angelo I.sent the legislature a mas- sage telling it that its appropria- tions were 18.000^000 iu excess ot the state's revenue,' Ha id the exec- utive. '*1 told it that it mu ! oither rat 4own the appropriations or raler more sources of revenue, I did not say that any particular appropria- tion was objectionable to ine but left the whole matter of roveau<* and ap- propriations entirely up to the leg- islature.'' EX-STUDENTS TO M.) KStfe' fe'r CUm of 1883-84 Will Celebrate. 1...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 25 May 1923

Ml iAIU Vw w'*&•$•*•tim-fakiiv A ■vggsm wrori &mt x Wwkf9& TUB OLD ffimrS A. r, |™r^' mxmm ■ - . -- ' ■' ■ >n m.m u ,i •'- Ma- v" J 'V -;■■'/!;?! itumruon, ,0c a to the line.) Ho Xm*rHOM 4 aud ttfl. ^fMUowlng ■Hfor ■ accepted -; m MM*. ,i ■■ SSErv ■K>mM e-room^ cottage, 1st hMll YOU SAY TNtt WALK IS To<? Rivals V }f'< ft%£ fa-n. <t\ O-NO-I " 1 4"r i 4 ■. ..... . ,-Vf ^pr ■" Hi h su* ©aider o RENT: Light housekeepl rooms. 912 Main. MORS liave a Aji ■ ,,rn* I FOR) RENT—Rooms at Dalle? P'VvAi.w:''' House. V'' " * *%H W '" ;' #f f <>, u «L. I ■•«■■■■■■. I. I . mmrnmmmmm? U y ' ■■ ■ KSC^ FOR RENT—Room with board close also largo room for two or three gentlemen, clone in. 804 Front St^ Phone 317. FOR I^ENT Two light housekssp- n Antonio, Texas, flying De Havii;imi plane in t from Houston to De- completed the d her« >«t 6:15 y landing at above He- tor bis ournep. Ti* official nnounced as Vl hours it" trom corn- hours and 29 minutes, thus established Is u...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 25 May 1923

rl 1 pi KfpiS n 1 ■1 . ; f ■ a ■ 1 1 jr M S. f ill J i '''•A 'fl ■fl ■ fea ■ ^ m I I Vfe." m ■ 1 6k'1 m I ' r ■ 4r. . V f I? m m;A mm _ ] Ki Engl M 1 m m: ?w Ml ityWM'.Mwwj *« I*'! ;• ■': ,®J«5 ■■■■■■■■ I mm l*^frv'v'y : • r f '1 ✓-v ^■«tk .«? Srw y #®« w- #^§vJ«rf us i. & *<:-r:W<iM 1 jfw' " 1 •'■/:"•:>• *Sf*S _1 '%> > V «y >fj. h m , VV"^ > " I J iif I I f ■ w w SWf,'' afflaaesiKj-s^^i.:, -,-iv "ami K9S& - t —m m R|£l K;>.i ■mm 9 Bra DOORS OPEN 7:30 A. M. S§|&§ CLOSE P.M. &m ^■y Wmk ,m Beef Round Steak, per lb. ft? ® '>■■■- ■-'■ ~~ 25«- BLKACJIKD JDOMKSTJC 0 Inches wide, best qiitilit) ?«rft finish, no llmlJ. fcpe. cM, for Saturday, « (- .vfinl tot-.' imly.i'i.i;w—IDC 5=8 $5.00 Women's Bathing Suits ftilXKD > ki&m «Sf Extra Salespeople Alive to the possibilities offered by such prices as these for a record breaking crowd—we have prepared to take care of one—by adding new sales people. Stocks will be arranged again Friday night. Res...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 27 May 1923

" i Negro is Given i car g SESSION TEXAS, SUNDAY, MAY 27, 192a Aviator Record.. Trip Coast to Detroit, Michigan. . D^tROIT, Mich., May 26. Lieut. Harrison G. Crocker of Kel- le> field, San Antonio, Tens, flying De Haviland plane in a ion-n(op>iUMj)t from Houston to De- troit Buceej&jfclly • completed the flight when he TlN||)ed here at 6:15 tonight. Crocker made an nky landing at Self ridge field. 2(t nilli\ above Be- trott looking none the wars# for his 1400-mile Journep. 1 Tfc official '/ times was announced an \l hours and 55 minutes, but the flint* from the gulf to the great lakes walk com- pleted in 11 hours and 29 mlbutes. 'Che record thus established is an- other for the United States army this flight being the longest non- stop flight of any plane carrying only one man. e EH? Hpw I HnHlTX.' 're.; iff ■ HOD8TON. Tel.. May 26.—Lieut. Harrison G. Crocker of Kelly Field, Han Antonio, flying a specially buiit De Haviland plane took off from E)linfton fleld at 6:20 a. m....

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 — 27 May 1923

MwM 27, 1923. «l i ion •MM. 1 "' " M JS*-4 mm ,_ ,,, J$fy,v •< ' ,lCU, . v ■ 1 1 * "' 1 •■ 1 tfS V^M*. \ T- ;H'.'-:. l &«t i i "$ Wi '$*•* Z .V,' v., ; ;v in ■ m JN\* m. Walthall Star Latest Production To Be Shown At Strand I gffi? '• "•' HE t ace Floor," jj which wTil Strand theatre Tues- Big Storm at Sea is but One of Many Thrills to be Seen in Special Fox Picture." There is a prison scone in William Fox special, "The the Barroom show at the day and Wednesday that makes the blood race at the vivid picturizatiou of what desperate men will do in a mad struggle for freedom. Closely following this comes the terrific storm scenes and the floundering ship at sea narrowly missing the treach- erous rocks. In the nick of lltiie, the light in the lighthouse shows the captain the way. and the ship is saved. Henry ft.. WaJiuttH famed as the "Little Colonel" lo D W. Griffith s •'Birth of a Nation." plays the dra- matic role of Robert Stevens, the artist, in this production. He gives a v...

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