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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 27 May 1923

itr/? •■■•:"', Wgf. SSuj&Wjl >;>■■ ,, \Y^i< r' vMm&w ■ , , , n '■'%W TSfifc!? LwKBRRRI >BA1 Hafpwi Wb - mm mz} It ■ ,-rr0Uiffl _ newts Monday evonln gat 7:30, Home of Mrs. Lee Dnvls, U04 •oho St, Tt'lONDA V — SoSi'lul Service Commit tec nt Red Gross rooms at 10 o'clock. WTD.N'KHDAY— Christian Workers of First Christian Church at home of Mrs. McClellan, *10J> Uth fit., at 2:30. Methodist Young People's So- ciety.-' f r , Ihower for Miss Yates at Coun- 'yHto$—MrB- Joe Miller, three to live?*** TI'KMDA ) Tuesday BlWe Club — Mrs. Kaymond Milt, IhWcsh, 1002 Elm St., at 3 o'clock. _ ) Shower for MissVHattle Bry- ant — Misses Alien ^and Pruter, hostesses, 1307 Ornng\Ave., on Tuesdap evening at 8\'cloek. Camp Tehan—Home y> Mrs. Steele Campbell, 1002 8tlk St., 4 O'clock. * Gleaners—Mrs. Harry Watts, hostess, at home of Mrs. W. H. Malone at 4 o'clock. * Christian Ladles Aid Society, at church at 2:30. Meeting o ftho Guild of St. Paul's Episcopal church, home of Mrs. ...

Publication Title: Orange Daily Leader, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 27 May 1923

tommmMm fSW'-j ImS * ■ . n n'M _ ■ HMMeentat one| ■ ■ m..',,.!! i,,.i.., iiuAmV—. . ■! > > .]" .'J1 w tTT? A,£!r «h rrrVhh^k.!',"■.vvire t ",s.rtty brgury Th*~ *he past .w^-w oner's court, wh officially ap- inted to that poaltion by District ttdge V. H. Stark Friday after- noon. •V' t I Iit'iiiiiniii ' ,:v. « ■ ,'i. r, standlnc or reputation of nay appear in the columns of corrected upon its being brought to tbe : He. 4 or M. §r- . j?< HGE, TEXAS, SUNDAY, MAY 27, 1923. Pi* n £ i & m ' i ,' BE RE COMES HELP. ~~ 't "kid" the youngsters who, graduating this high school or college, start out into the :th iure confidence that they are going to take change of tilings and save the situation on short notice. All of us have to go through that period of youth- enthusiasm. And it*s a good thing. Looking back, colder generation realizes that their exuberant start ,ve them momentum without which they might have akeneci and fallen by the Wayside. Go ahead, ybu graduates! You're the h...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 27 May 1923

>jgl 'I j ;I$K #'nw! SBnBS 'mrnmrnmi i ■■>■ ISSES mm fgpi attar Kgliea 10c ft _i.iv Pi •r|M'r^- 0 'f IvLH ; P 0 r .& i a~a r jf. * * ■ •; '• r IH lass than JMto. p* . UK<Wj'f fp($- .:■- "• -." Vj, TULBI'HONlfS 4 and 88. ; WATBRWOOf v,, iNON SAG DOOR.MATS «J8 *l*rcH * ,^<xi>/N<si TH/molbsbtc ■*Atiqr*: Wm**l wmP* 3MSB: for RENT: A five room cottarfe. Apply 606 Orange avenue. Mrs. J, A. Burtuu. .iTyRVw- ■ i'? "■f 9 1 ■ « Ww mi <|l|| t.fm ■ mm p^l . shfl Jar MS \ 1 rf M' ■ FOE KEfNT—Furnished apurtuients; 10 windows. Phone SIS. FOR RENT—Five-room cottage, let and Main. Phone 461. WANTED—Middle aged white wo- man (or general housework, utuat be good cook, i'hone #04. —aw" '■ i ■——mm*m in ■ —n——. meij term of expression Jteglnulng June 11th. Those interested phone ^ j;' ? £*U HOUSE FOR RENT—Large, mod- ern, unfurnished. 910 Mftln. FOR RENT5—5-room house on ISth ftnd Front. Apply Ben Rao. ' 'T—Two-room apartment e, also bed-room. Phone 84S-J. FOR RENT—Ono^k newly p...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 27 May 1923

— : ~~3— i ^ i ■iM^SMMatamiirt'tlBMilrl w >u ".'<, ..r*' ill WttlAL MKmNfl O F n:«nnHT rutcMis. , v One of rhe feature activity. Qf tbe month among wqmeu ol th« PlrM Baptist church will be the to- rial to be held in the basemen* of U$vehurch Thursday c*eniue. bt- gUffting at 3 o'clock. " HSi meeting wMl b" directed by ■fllljT!** circles of the rhtir<h and special programs will b* rendered by the Girls' Auxiliary, Y. W. A. nixi Aunbeams as well as other aperlal hers. XU women of the church and all women of Orange who rc Sot affiliated with like . hurehes are extended a spccial lnvita*!on. Wo B«i of other Baptist churcbe? nf the «lty are also cordially invite.i -- Tike meeting will begin at 3 o'clock and M expected iu b* que of ths Mg events of tha year. Elabor- ate preparations are being made for the occasion. A free-will offering on tfoLcfcnrch debt will be m«do at the conclusion of the program. Those in charge urge all members of tbe church and all other Baptist women to a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 27 May 1923

SUNDAY, MAY 27, 1923. mwms !'■■;■ £ «r-i > %■ •.•■« •; •-.« ,r* lr>. ■■'■'if'tpw- '&? *'&w> ^/^-vvWi •• $•'' "■,« '•'' ••••.' JS^'iW&Ctw'l'- ^V-fr .'.ri'-w**$ 9 iv<V>j%;'*<•*'; l"^y,'4' l.:^f-A I" v*:^V ?*'*'' ■; *X V,/;■:. WP&k •" !• r ^F- i- ^f?v ' V *. Njy ?. *v? vf'J? •i/'. • £ _ THE ORANGE DAILY LEADER ' * : , ; j ^t*>. * * v, ' ■' ..''.■ t 3 tvKkI*Jb"iBBWhWIvYyTOfMi-BM ■.; •' A*-/; vi' -; • - *'*W i ' 'mm i • IX? iiipiaianM ggfocr—■sSffisgaBB 'i i riffiS m /^y>. A- .*N£?: ;" . • > . , >«-:^«cx .Vii* *■•.< # ««* • ^-firnhiw i ^nctuwna iiwwwj'H'inMMwiruiiiiawn mmmmm Plpf ip$pp3£i '• MP'SSHIKr .N •*&..«<:• '•.• yri;.i!?-i,' *• , . "" yjfl ' " * T*"*™ / " c** The Public Is Cordially Invited To Attend "-I NEW STORE MONDAY, MAY 28th. 207 FIFTH STREET Souvenirs 4 For Everybody A Clean Record, Good Merchandise And Telling The Truth Caused us to erect our beautiful new home. The first thing we did, however, was to erect a common s...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 27 May 1923

illpl®; HI life- YOUTH HERE M&IjP wmr. '>'fc 1 SUCCESS * * :ip . •1 , 1 mm ■V. viiliA. SM v£?5i®S... . JSU *VW'' mnihttf MAY 1 W- Hp' Sh&'i • 3H III firv i: at.: M. B. Aronson Starts at Bottom and by Follow- ing Set Policy Obtains Objective. Honesty, integrity and a determi- nation to make pood* will for any man. But he must have these requi- site, otherwise his success may he limited. Through the adoption and follow- ing out of such a policy M. II. Aron- sou, not many years ago a man who could be termed poor in worldly goodst, has built up through steady work, application and a set stand- ard of business, one of the sound- est commercial institutions in this section of Testis —- the M. B. Aron- son Grocery. Mr. Aronson last night for the first time, gave out a story of how he achieved success in busi- ness, setting forth true facts, which, if followed, might prove of interest 'and assistance to others with an am- bition and determination to accumu- late ' KIW$ m- V 'AtW:...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 27 May 1923

mmrnm Hi MAY mmMmMm** i,MRHRHRH t:0v i'fpfc' Wf f4m IIPI MB — ftVwfe-;ngl*lB^ u.l.< n ifrrfi mmmrntr* Quality Foods •4 "The 100 Per Cent Line" '".'V heir ittY LEADER * • v«. 1 i r . . . HHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiHiiiiiiiniiiiiiniiiimiHHiniiminimiiififflti mww 'TCIT* W -„r . 'You demand, much«more of the products pur- chased (or your > table than that they shall be pieus- Ing to the eye and • the palate. You seek excellence, purity, natural flavor, uni- formity, food value. You endeavor to procure only •uch article* as shall fully measure up to the high standard you have Iearne<l to exact. Appreciating this and to insure that we shall at all times b^. prepared to serve our patrons with the finest foods it is possible for skill, scicnce and care to produce, we liuve adopted as the foremost line in our store KK'HELIEU Quality Foods, in full confidence you will find them possessed of such dis- tinctly superior merit as to warrant their use In your home. , We cordially Invite,you to v...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 27 May 1923

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 27 May 1923

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 27 May 1923

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 27 May 1923

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 27 May 1923

f Ufflli i' 4 1 2| M• ' *'f J |'VWvW« ff SsH 1' I;M: (f; 1 ••:■' i ''fijif. • .,fl ii; s - !':A. w mmmWSrw feHRl mt W%tftW.COUC& YOU I hots GtF A POOR , HUNGRYI fe^x,J ADOL some PUSS? „/33EYissi- |[iH=R HiNK UNO ~ wt; K P«T w$ rii H^.lii £ "W VS^iM iJHJKi ""5?1*4" ^5WSf'S5S • ■ ■y'-";' ">v.\ m, •": ^ ... ,A 2;' .%inWnfc" ii.—i> • ' Mil— mmm . V* ®NtoP •>1 (•/' '" r ^ ;'Miil0 ,-T'J ^OMSO ! I—AAV! OTT > OPEM w„R people WORSHIP LiF^ce. ^IMOO HIM for GOOD LUCK .' JL€?t * ' Btwa <*vuw *a \>£R PIES \M DER KITCHEN OR I PUT 3DER SUM LVGHT 0U1Q! UMDSHE SOLD DtR 0U\> Pt-AUMERFOB ~ (\ tJOCVAH UMt> <V — HfM-LUF; 1 : I. V . • • IJ ^ ') ' $,<r w | VT A STUFFY tuowsH wrr our t>e« &\N6lNG*. 1 r . is n. >3 3£3MI xAftv. ,.K®T rfWio- —i : «p«®® tlmm w ■ < A Is J i i i i L*Kms 4ts? &R N<SUPA W GOOD VtiCHVK v A 50\ SHEN-^MMT^l vCyM\GPy^ TVMlMS?/TKliR f- nte«T?r If;",. > . j &^s| «■ ; m i _ f COME ALONG MTT AifONSO, UNO - Mfc cw *tou c=_ BAN^N^...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 28 May 1923

M/j Get-Rich-Quick Artists Must Explain How the Suckers Were Separat ed From Millions. ■ Ft. Worth, Tex.. Mfiy 28.—Si) of the nearly 100 alleged Walling fords of Texas oil promotloo "in 'who ore under frauc chargt-a^i^re were to be brought to book to<J8y ^|n United States dls trict court in ilSlgllrst court teBt o; the government's^, anti-oil from campaign. Hlx to The six were "Gencfcl" Robert E. Lee, who .hits admitted his mili- tary title ia assumed; t'h?yrl«>3 Sher win, Harry H. Schwartz, Phillip Goldstein, Max Harsch, and > Waltei Marks. \ ^ Lee, Sherwln and Schwartz ara so called trustees of the General Le€ Development interests, an alleged get-ileli-qutck enterprise with stock- holders in almost every state in tht union. Marks |s the head of the Leslie Vincent company, vn Chit-ago broker aG/".f conceja, and Goldstein and Harsch are stock salesmen, alleged to have been Employed by him. Boreal Methods, When government witnesses take the *tand to reveal the methods by wh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 28 May 1923

t- "" EpHK,.., * j ^fl', —" Wmi rn:; „ r P" -p u, h*r > * ii* • 1 | •: W4 ■ -W'.'j ■ 'BL'i ■ ' '2 m vXM'A NT Four Women and Three Men Victims of Crash When Interurban Hits Automobile. ip,. DETliOIT. Mich., May 28.— Seven persons were killed and 20 hurt. none seriously, when an in- terurban crashed into un automobile in the suburbs here last night. The accident occored when the driver of a large car containing five per- mits grew impatient and turned to the left from behind a stalled au- tomobile oato the interurban iracks. Th engine of the automobile was toru loose ajid landed lu another car, killing the two occupants. The hi- *r$$hr • ;. ,t , j, i.-.XWY}-. wHPH lount Olive and Staunton any. 'or mat ton came frern Edwards- Ill., near the scene of the rob- ry indicating several members of the gang were seen in that city Sat- urday. Police ordered all members of the gsng rounded up. KDEAD IS ML TAKEN IN RUHR RIOTS 0 p] workmen on tlx W< tist church baiMlug is continued at the sa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 28 May 1923

IIP ' lib " ."' ,hv 4" « as *' ,v* ,v " •I SOCIETY DEPARTMENT — ■ ■ ■ BBSS ' i .i .. *'•' VWh ■ 'f !. K, '■ %. ptf'V9 m. (m ¥- / ■ . f |i™* > Sfc' mm v fetr; r ■v 1 < 1 I ; p.;'\ ■ 4- r A | 1 i ft L B v. < i, ' •:W&V - • iSiWf jfi? J " l;V K1': <* i ■L... ;5'~ '> meets at church at I tli of First [Oine of Mir. It., at 2:30. topic's So- * pg, Social Calendar MONDAY—*. l Cumjiiiro Guardians Association meets—Monday evonirt gat 7;30, Home of Mrs. Lee Divvls, 1J.04 John St, ' anip Hadec o — Rod Cross rooms, at 4 o'clock. Mrs. ft. Lee Davis, suardian. Camp Mudjekeewis — Mrs. W. C- Griggs, 600 Sixth street at 4 o'clock. Tl K81 AV— SoScial Service Committee at Rod Cross rooms nt 10 o'clock. wtjdnrhday the Presbyte- rian 6:15 p ""nip Wei!^gp. Mrs. T. O. ford. Kuarditti^^d Cross rooms at 4 o'clock. Christian Work Christian Church a McOlollan, 1105 n Methodist Young ciety. b bower for MIhs Yates at Coun- try Club Mrs. Joe Miller, three to live. TIKSDAY— ) Tuesday Bridge Clu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 28 May 1923

Vl,' . i. I^>^.i|ili::r- llBliy —"t'l it $#t V'-;. •• 'f ■>, City; MY • ■, 'i • j v. ■? stv, standing or reputation of ■uur lonMr in tktt columns of W ^mWriW * • — i on its being hra«|ht to the wmimJ' % fipRfiflM mmPMiW ■Miwrrml 11ilH ORANGE, TEXAS, MONDAY, MAY. 28, 1923. mm* $*£L. FAIR CSANCBS. The YoungMen's Business League is now; getting - j ■: -s*.. . T- .► . :... 'h m Wt> w BO'-v: down to hard work on the Orange County Fair to be held here this fall. Committees are at work and many members of that organization are putting in overtime in an effort to arrange all preliminary details so that the exposition may be a success. r / A late start has been taken in preparing for a fair. The movement should have been under way many months before it was. However, there is still time left to do this work provided the people will get behind the Young Men's Business League with their moral and financial support land help them put it over. It is a Worthy proposition; one in which eve...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 28 May 1923

pi m IfHBi Mini ". 1 ■ —* *••■'—•• •' •J *Jft' I >it sQi.tM'JttS. - H'r.fofrte *v 1®^CT mm m I • «f I#*J_ . _ (Ms word* to , k No 1 ®1 W m jli IFl;" ' « M-' 1 I. i i « WK m ■. I cl ■ m- rn ■ ■ I ' 1 ■ B $ ■, M hLH w - iTM r ■ ■ V'v./,* f I ^ if :T HfrW A K& •* _ __ • ■ |l • , 1MPHOWW 4 and M. ,-</ 1 r ' •• I'-^;iyr. • --••.' V ■"■• •'■••• ' ■•' bab ubiiv ~ V art I .V.''i-sfr" ■: )tt RENT: A pf% Ply 006 Orange avenue. Mrs. J, Burton, VTKpJ CV r„ 'M. ■ I ■ I jUH I ' Furnished apartments; 1M: ^ £ 10 windows. Phone til ft.; R RBNT— Five-room cottage, 1st Main. Phone 4(1. SE FOR BENT—Large, mod- unfurnished. 910 Main. mMmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmrnrnilBmilll****'**'- RENT;—6-room house on 12th Front. Apply Beu Rao. i Two-room apartment , also bedcVoom. Phone FOR RENT downstairs 803 Mala, pbone FOR RENt—Two-r nicely furnished.1 FOR RENT: Light rooms. 912 Main. newly papered eat, furnished. apartment, on8 1104. ouaekaeptng fl , tf .S&Lu. FOR RENT—Rooms at Bailey House. '/ w FOR RE...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 28 May 1923

... *}v . T( m0m m^m wm ■ «®i fvj ©%''# ■ sptl Sales Indicate Thltj b True tmsm •.,"y. •,\ :• .•" .$ Hi «3tjEM * ; *'• jj"> a MONDAY, MAY 28, 1923. iw; .7' Pj ( «TJ<OIT, Mich„ May 26.—Mo- torizattou of delivery and hauling systems In Ibe cities and through agricultural sections where Improv- ed highways have greatly facilitated transportation continues to increase at * rapid rate. One-ton tracks still lead in popu- l*fty fey a wide margin. 'proper mutters bv a juror during tho fefrffctt Is strikingly shown in the perlod of deliberation on a case eon-, wna . Mies of Ford trucks, the demand for 8titutes au act in contempt of court,' contempt q| court in which has more than doubled the •ales Of a year ago. During the first four months Newspapers May Be Dealt Blow of Los Angeles, specially to try oil fraud cans. i '.ty; i«s a scene tint pikes' Reinforced Cement Oou.retc lloud ■P|| with OralBggR Structures. ilegln- nnage (o nlng at Vldori Texas (Sta. 0#1-O0j o~« ■•"■"'ir.i.i'.c ■ i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 29 May 1923

u::'. * MM*. ix. 1 |p Sv 'T^'fi®' i* —'^'' -■ .'v^'r J'^ >' ' -!/ . ■ "V •• -,+' <■\rri"V' j\-.". /' VV> r~- n . « Young Men s Business League Discuss Work o Be Done on Local [position. The Young Men's Business league 1, possibly sometime today, award contract for the construction of 0 feet of new fence ut the Orange nty Fall- grounds. This will com- a the enclosure around the expo- p grounds. A^alon to award a contract for cpnVh-uqUon of the feuce was chad at a"a pt,n* 'ho Young [en's Buslnosl league held last ntght at the chamber of commerce headquarters at which time certain phase*} of the fair' plans were dis- cussed. It Is understood that n bid has already been made tor the contract. Sign Carnival The Young Men!? Business league also voted last night to contract With the Morris and Castle Shows to appear here during the Orange County Fair. This show conies to the city well recommended from places where it appeared, as one of the best and cleanest carnival at- traction*...

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 — 29 May 1923

■ -r,:ik; 1 Sinclair Carrier U Com- % pleted. %. • W HOUSTON, May 29. — The l^kes to ClaU pipe line of the Sinclair Pipe Line eanHMj which will stretch from Houston to Clii<upo nrid which Drill take In practically every im- portant field in the middle west. Is expected to be completed and in op- eration within the next few days, it hat been announced by officials of tlie com puny. The completion of thi* pipe line marks the first step in the construc- tion of a giant funnel-like system of pipe lines, the spout of which will be in Port Houston and the bowl of which will extend through practical- ly evey producing oil field east of (bt ot ;i through the pipe*. Another featnre of the new pipe line is thkt It is one ot the tew two- way lines. Oil can be pumped eith- er in or out of Houston, nccordlng 10 the requirement. If necessary oil could bo pumped directly from Hous- ton to Chicago or vice Versa. ADDS MACHINKItV The Joe Motley Bottling Works, located near the Southern Pacific rai...

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