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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 29 May 1923

- *■« - fW RH jTFS MODERN GIRL'S PROGRESS "The outward evidences of the flapper's indepen- dence are passing—the bobbed hair, short sljirt and the rest of the uniform—but the real independence' of thought, action and spirit she gained will never pass." This is the good word given out for flappers by Mrs. Walter McNab Miller, one of the most influential women in politics today. Mrs. Miller was recently one the two women delegates-at-large elected to the con- }n to revise the Missouri state constitution. "w/ : <, 0. ,yA>: ■ M A v;x. !T-iV. .5 rm vay r.M A""1 i' hor co-workors, Sho was then led to seat uf honor and crowned aa the new president. With a fow well chosen words, Mia. Cannon, the re- tiring ure Ident welcomed Mrs. Hilton Into her chair and urged that the solllety''eooporate wljUi her In •the grent work tho society ,4* wtrlv- Ing to do. The members of the Aid ( attendance, society then sang "Blent B the Tie for That Binds,'• after which the follow program was rendered: ...

Publication Title: Orange Daily Leader, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 29 May 1923

W.y> Hem- r " •.'•v..-- . ■ s v.-.A;.,." > mm r , jtokklm ** *Wtatl©n of Mek may appear la the columns of. «#ea Ha bains brought to the Jte. 4 or Ml TUESDAY, lt4Y 29, 1923. m 'f.* ih I "TT" k & 1 ■- *r: ■ r- s ■ 'i, r 0*4 AlEV0t4#4i$C&. i every city«!ias its uhances and its op- ,i jjg 0yery man has'his. Too many IP 1 ■ $•*%: , f t . Practit : %ortUnities jciticfe, like too many men, j6^|k|aii^ jipnd to possibilities fend neglect to take advantage of ijfch'ese chances and op- portunities, only to look bade in iietfufcuremand bemoan 'a loss which could have foeen prevented, and which, after a# $rpved to be serious. Not«8^-'lA^ny years ago Orange had an opportunity to get the S9tlth«4afi pacificjrailroad shops. The rail- road company officials wraiigldd .and discussed with local citizens a proposition upon which they would locate here. After the ^ropfi^iti^i had gofte its limit thern Pacific, convinced fihat Orange did not wpnt the shops, placed thrift at Eclio. And Orang...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 29 May 1923

'iw¥ *• #jj7> S Ko Ml. . . nigh lof general housework, must OR UNFURNISHED * food cook. Phone 004. apartment, for rent/ 70« Ptto FOR RENT: Furnished 3:rootn T ■H apartment, 303 Ninth St. Phone i 0" r'. , . 1 v FOR RENT: A five room cottage. Apply 606 Oranga avenue. Mrs. J. 'A. Burton. ..." *« . FOR RENT—Furnished apartments; 10 window*. Phono 113. FpR RENT—Five-room cottage, lit <*nd pain. Phone «1. ■HOUSE ItSSTm <T—Large, mod-1 J. BUCHANAN: Teacher violin, *11 bund and orchestra instruments. 1001 • Cherry. . .. 31 HEMSTITCHING and plchotlng at- tachment, fits all sewing machines -Price ft. Check lOo extra. Light's Mall Order.House, Box 137-H, Bir- mingham, Ala. CUOKOO era, unfurali lb Main. iKF' ^ FOR RENT—Ono new^p papered * downstairs apartment, Arnlshed. SOS Mala, phone 303. FOR RENT—Two-room apartment, nfcety tarnished. Phone 1104. FOR RENT: Light housekeeping rooms. 913 Main. tf II i S2f;Cv. 135 RENT—Roomrf vjfcfcv .Bailey j ouse. tf - | . . >' I I >1 I* , I I""...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 29 May 1923

'I1.1' 'j1 % f ±:4, ' U kli'S ;i-r> $L„ .'Wfcf sv; mi liMH -■ '-' \ I "•'■<■ Cross, supervisor of; service depstment W the| department at Austin ed in the city this moraine to j an inspection of the worh bo I me kerf under the direction of department. b afternoon Alias Cross will ad- dress a Joint meeting of the eltutc • v* . ; * 4 ' t «r4 « T * Over to Buyers The <!<• ! In th. traniif.r or nil tlin outstanding slock of the Ovitntre Piv troleuiu company to K. Kiahl and assoriutes. for (ho turn of ?3S0,- 000 haB been closed up in every de- tail and the money Ih in hand even to the smallest atockholder. The work of mailing out checks stratetl the latter part of last week. add executive committees of enlth Center to inform them thp I of Bp Ife work being done by the depart-! meut and the cooperation necessary, •in order that it may bring the best results. The social service committee held Its final meeting until th|e fall months this morning at the office of Mrs. George Cal...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 30 May 1923

wtom i'n'VS a-H vm WW MOT L | iff i ■ [im m VOLUME IX ® v; mi - A. ' • 'r ■. '>■■- !1 •■■■! •■ ^ : ■ ■ , ■■-■-■■• - ■ . mmy$, HI r •,/< . . <iV '3 „C' 1 .f* *i 'S MESSAGE S3? ■ !■€ UY ALVIN OW8LKY National Commander, American Legion ON Oils day,, sacred to the memory of America's brave fight- ing men who lie buried in the cemeteries of Europe, aud America, the American Legion loins the great body of American elllrenry in reverent trlbuto. At home and in the bind across the Beam, Legion nun, the comrades In battle of those who nle*p, are making pilgrimages to the burial places to strew upon their graves the flowc-.-s of re- member.mce. . 'V'sfJt , As we pause in reverence at the ahrincn "Of our hero dead a feeing of our own un worthiness must manifest itself. Our com- rades have made the highest sacrifice; tiny have given their Uvea to perpetuate the Ideals Of peace and good will. The cause for which they died line no revailed. We who survived the fight batt- en unable to ac...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 30 May 1923

r. [Mv ^ L r,■■..■■•■ •. . — i mffltm.w im&mwm ?> "v, '** Impressive scenes were pre- at the boy scouts Cow creek Tuesday at 6 o'clock, the pe- ot retreat, which was directed jjifcer Ogden, chief scout coun- cil of the Orange county scouts. this time a number of the %rere ^wnqded merit bailee With appropriate cercmonles. At an appropriate time, Rev. E. T. Drake, president of the Rotary club, was culled on for a brief ad- dress which was begun with the $C;j>"■ presentation of a handsome gold Watch and chain to Chief J. P. ||fe Mostrezat. ns a gift from the scout <®%-v council, and the parents of the bey ®1£' MMb. Mr. Meatrezat in replying illtf uaid that this much appreciated gift wdvld serve to remind him oi • greater obligation to the boys In the future tbnn 4n--the past. Those present fot-this Bpeclal pro- gram were: President ,J. W. Orsy, Scout Commissioner Weber Ogden. Deputy Scout Commissioners A. J. Willlson, W. C. A. Benecko, Hugh Yantis, Wm. Mormion. W. B. Sim1 ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 30 May 1923

Mil r«fMK" ■I JDNESDAY, MAY 80, 192: ■iariiaiUli^'>MiBiM -, Jr.! ■•■! — ^S;i: *" i . ii.,— BMi /. ,rs ' Iwl I' v **— m. MT' EMM 0 % 4 ***** ** j \ A rr^^'-fh'.-Yr'a v ' . v: • ;.>.V PP' —— m l j — 1 ] f;' ^p*^ry' fi$(ww? I • V ! ___—- The sumo coloring wn.V/used In (hoi The gentleman are invited to refreshments. The tees worn pink j come nt the close q! their business. rosea and Individual cakoa were dec- oi'ntod with a tiny pink rosebud. Tho green mints were also deorated with rosebuds. Among the out-of- town guests wore Mrs. Sloan Emrr- NEW FIELDS FOR WOMEN. If, W, A. MKET The Y, W. A. of the Pit at Baptist church will have a meeting this eve- ning at 7 o'clock at the heme of son of Orange and her daughter, Mi0« Lo",so T«y,or' ou *tb cud Joh" Mr3. L. B. Vincent of Vinton. streets. m Uiu • •• 1 -fir tr'faW), i fi'ivrtH. m Woman's work—there was a time when we thought we could limit her ambitions. f*| } But the occupations reserved for the strong arm of man are dwindling so fa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 30 May 1923

3tr T - «} * 1111,1 VES???," ' •I >•• !.<** 1 0«Mr «Mml S Fi 11 ' 1 •"'•'' ««• |W • Brokaw Bid 4f reputation of *ppw in the column* of MM 1U being brought to the ®9ia SgifHI MAY 30, 1923. ■ >■' iSPsSli^ | v.# O ■ ';;f4-r".: V V* ":v :"'■/•■! , M*y< 36,—An "On Co ! M$U will carry more delegates from nil purts a to the notary International contention M\ 8tv Louis, Juno 18 to 22, .according to plaits made by offi- cial* ok the organliatWn ' * * ; These arte seventy-two Hotary clubs in Ttfkaa.. yj r ' More t'hi^B 2 OP. roMcvatloiifl ■ havo FL0WUR3FVH THE DEAD. y is Memorial IJAy-^JJe flay upon which we supposed to remember those'who Injure passed on; $ho have entered into the final sleep, and have i&Kto that land from whence no man returneth.i MIk o$f- #&>£e observed universally, and one of the n't daysofthe year. In thousands of cities, 'throughout the land today rers will be placed upon the graves which mark Hp, Oneg t#r frtends. These will represent themetnory ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 30 May 1923

matm rop WW*'* IPli feuA'T" "' BV"' ®SS& 'w< n oil hn 1 Itional dently ntrolli BP? ■' ■ <•' ' v:"-. AV'^.. xsaams 11 ii iwyp* 3$ TT ijffe m- -wmm "ii it ■i m-u\ ■ ' ■ Sr'i i WwiM IS i#sl ■■I IMS , . t « coramUnllj^n the Ruhr Spear! > ,/v <sd to bo br-4-" * - 1 J[„ turn«d ttt ^ bers. abando-,^ the,fe,rdr cam- Paign ngalnatj price8 and ,wages. General iilCreaseti were granted Wo mineru bA tho Industrialists and U*e workers ^ck t0 |j$£ ^ 'J"*1 minor attempts at men re- *>« ; •- . > KSjfSSWil :■■. .•• ||S|| day Of June, 1 L public auction to for cafh in hjBd the foijowlpg de- scribed automobile, to-Wtt: One Ford Truck Auiofcohllo, .Llcotwe No. .mwi Motor no. iuWsi %&-* NEW ORLEANS, May 30.—South |,rora lh« PWWttWh of the aboVe- ern Pine natation barometer for mVM* def<""*««ts U°b Brahflon, last week shows orders received de- creased 119 per cent below previous week; production decreased 1.2 per cent uiid shipments increased 1.6 per cent. Reports from 138 mil...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 30 May 1923

mm k'7.%: * i «liH«H|lili •*. «r 1 DOINGS OF THE DUFFS ,,, , , ■■■Bflttftg S.^A''J'.'i..?.v'., Will Try At West End Lot Here. West Fad park, after having been idle tor more than a week, will be aound again with the noise of the national pastime Sunday afternoon When the Diamonds clash in <s dou- |a Me header with Jasper. The first Kane will be called at 2 o'clock, in pider that the double-bill tuav Mm I be completed on schedule. .;v This will be the first appearance of Jaaper on local territory, although it ta not the first meeting of the two teams, the Diamonds WOO a twin victory from them two 'weefca ago at Jasper. From well authenticated reports it appears that Jasper has materially bolstered up the week places on Its elub and will invade Orange with ' and faster playing organisation thejr had when they went down defeat before the Diamond?. L , Buddy Lee FMT Tangle r In Dual Sunday moad's latest acquisition to the pitching staff may take the initial gany> for the locals, wh...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 30 May 1923

I ■>! )yJ17 fYei^rT^w UK •"* «M ?. v.i /■ <>* • # GRANGE UAAllUrJ •J.lll*^flfV ~ ' ■ i\ 'T?*'.. .' ^lI ff &toa. its' *'"W* fi * M 10 ■ ores ihe •t V. •' V*## FOR RSNT: Two large cdbl rooms, furnished. Phone 410. FURNISHED OB UNFURNISHJBD apurtmentu tor rent. 706 Fine. Phone FOR RENT: Furnished 3-room apartment, 203 Ninth St. Phone •8S. ( FOR REfiT—Five-room cottage, 1st and Malu. Phone 4(1. HOUSE) FOR RENT—Large, mod- , em, unfurnished. 910 Main. KENT—Two-room apartment, furnished. .Phone 1104. t - Light .* housekeeping m Mtln. , j , yitt «f class, Sunday. $■ June * 10th, atj t First Methodist church. ' — ^irhMk- A. J. BUCHANAN: Teacher violin, all hand and orchMtra instruments. 1002 Cherry, "m 31 ' TA*———wii ii Rpo ST for rent—Room .with board close also large room fur twe or three gentlemen, close in. 904 Front St. Phonq 317. .. . . M M1 a*!• , _ dHas MSHK "" For Picnic Crowd In the past few days a new pace has been set for fresh water fishing by a local nimrod who la...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 30 May 1923

I ,1 1$ ^Ifffe. :-'■ "'■ V -tfe'lffe' i'".'ft|Mi|lWft'-:: • ''r^MWWIjT'1"' '.V "•'■'■ I?""'"" ;'i—'—' '!' "*""";'. '■ ", • i;' ■ 111 'V r: 1 ."-'^ . . "v - !j> ,. . ■ •■ ^-: * !-. , k *■ -.' j . -.. —'•*,.■.■ - *'•• "« : :.' -3 * -wtl1/,1' :>.'•, -v ■ *.'T ■ .■ «- i... .« - . : *> t —.. . * ■* A LLL% I * ,*i.. . . ' |gwk:WBDNB8PAY,. MA BOAUD MKKTH. S% , adjusted by the board. prepuintloAi Furnish The Orange couatjr commlaslouon *:«l atao 1* made for mailing out wa in seaalon again Wednan- , notices. winding wp matters as a board u.......««. —«—^r~- of equalisation. The date will bo' CI,ASS MKKTS. oet for bearing complaints by the < Tbo senior B. Y. P. 13, class of property owner* whose tax rendi- iho First liaptim Church ltcitl i: ilons km boon raised or otherwise business cession at the church Tnoa-1 and oporalod H«r ho Sowing lee and «hui\'U recently conu>lotod on Elm WhereT Leader Classified Co)uptn. laif. j?1?4vr * . 1 'k- . ■ ■ : rj■vfoW: v.■ . *,■ '. , ,;... .. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 31 May 1923

V. > ?w*ai4 tiifl of Oil lip * *'')'' IlilSPS^SL M9N w I ##*; I >' i'~i ORANGE, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY ly Declares She Nothing of Graft W'i WORTH, Tev., May *$ Oil promoters now on trial here (or mail fraud showed no less artistry in lease deals than sale of stocks, according tp • the government bus iutro- -ffi ■ ' •' ' ;•■ : •'m The\romoters under fire now are .'-(%*!••*« Sherwla, >1. H. 'General"' Robert IsS. e latter a confessed fIgure- three companies organized n and Schwara in bis Lee, bead, by BBS in wildcat territory to- taling* 840 acres were pure bused ^ bJf ®M*wlp "nd thwart and sold to the first two IniUKb It dummy lot $38,1)#, ths government sought to ' ft' *- • - stock pale In the first two - totalled only , ?33,000, Inspector J. J., Swenjon FREE RS transactions by wbicb and Bcbwari are alleged • profited almost the ea- tlrs capital of the two companies - ;*d by a sister-in-law of Mfa. K. A. Ksln or W*«t Ya.. according to p. Mrs. Kain, placed on id, said tfoe was...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 31 May 1923

— wJmh mm ■m. ■ i i mi !T" pW r"4'J liVh ifc it'i Tt — „ to:**,!. mmm V;'.x:; —— ">wr 7*; IS a!i , 'i'M 5;^.' —► ' . Ill >1111 I Hi Roosters Should Be Discarded Is Writer's Warning Now is the time for the farmots m~- ■ ■ '* <*• New Instrument Will Cure Heart Trouble, Claimed CHICAGO, May 31.—A «ah(M tor curiag the cumtuon hear dis- Hwf . <1— 1,.General Get-to-Gether ||£..;i Luncheon Will Be Held with Business Men As oets of Friends. W-W}': 0V'1:: * pSI1' „ ' • « Thursday. June A, will h.< ikj&llLa*; SiteMIsy tor the farmers of Orange , . .. m$m «wnty and the busing in oil*'111 not *u guickly as to sell or eoop their roosters, As '« ■«" through use of a newly in- the summer eomes on it is |w ctl^ I vented surgical instrument known ally to hot to attempt raising chick- «« h* Cardioeeope was announced ens. The roosters should be separ- •>«« « l,u> « nu 1 "«*ting ated from the hens, in order to|of the American Association for produce infertil eggs. Some people T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 31 May 1923

■' HHS mmm «'i "Ii.iiiii ii'iip iii'fii' .. .,,M,i,i..Himi ii Wfcflnj jSfcflwK''•"•fJKf. ■' ••'■' " ' • ■ ■- ■••' ^i"i'i; '".<'ir'1"' '' '"".''.','1'>'V ■■: "'"':j ':C^S I m>■ — fflrt i. .. H . m • Im arnfi The Woman's Club of ( ssbesmb Z ^ ^ T~H7^ - t|g Bil 'S CLUB Ijp^sip a home of r all who PIPHR|RiPPIPPmP^I^^H|^HB^ilv doing here for J;he past few years- Anarne \yomen who form this, club are to be congratulated on ^foe. action which | its own! What wonderful are interested in the work that isf ib THURSDAY— <<■"; Special MaetlDR of Baptist Cir- cles Church. at $ o'clock. Njleanera — Mrs. Barry Waits, hostcsg, home of Mrs. W. H. Ma- loiiCj, 702 Fifth street. Cbrlfition Lad ten' Aid Societ* •—Church,- 2;30. Guild of St. Paul-a Episcopal Church — Mrs. J. E. Harrison, hostess. filO Sovonth street, at 4 o'clock, • Meeting to orgjirilzo Woman's Rlhle Class -— First Presbyterian they took at the meeting they had a^PChamber of Commerce rooms on last Saturday aftelpbon, at w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 31 May 1923

V'V, Wim mm- ? LM •' Vy ' v ot column* of ■' to tht , Hp I iSfei * V1. , '«j # - ;^v&k4* ■&&**'&. -;#'^k «? TEXAS,"THURSDAY, MAY 31, 1923. * ' "a' (.J r ff!i^.J.'V. il l.u ' !. 2K.ii f, i'iV;, •?— Witt? BIO MEN. * \ many of us are prone to believe that youngs tei\)who sell papers on the streets of Or- are just "urchins'* or boys whose future means , • —ng to them, their home town or their country. .We fail to stop and consider the real .worth of these Newsboys are salesmen. Many of them have more, **■* salesmanship than men Who have spent their tives,*peddling." They know, the public, and know, how ~ handle their trade, something which is often lacking t;he Salifications of a regular salesman. . • U ^wsboys^JH) per cent of them, are destined to be- ^ ^Omethirig. fc this .wopld of ours. They have tore ambition than a majority of tftose who earn big toney, men who make thousands every year. They roll A bed $%4 o'clock in.#ie^rrii$g, t^sfi but a few ' •on m Ai* , v, „,....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 31 May 1923

: WENT: Modern 5-rootn cot- TC Phono T16. '< mi >R UlSjKT; Furnished 2-room irtment. Phone 9V&-J. mi mmmmm in i I KENT: Two Urge cool rooms, iCd. Phone 420. " BD OR UNFUUNI8HED at8 lor rent, 708 Pine. 356. v $ ; ,;■ RENT: Furnlahcd 3-room ftpartment, 203 Ninth St. Phone 1RENT—Five-room cottage, let i;Main. Phone 451. RENT—Large, mod- d. 91Q Main. FOR KEtfiT—-TWo-r nicely furnished. FOR RENT: Light houeekc rooms. 9IS Main. FOK) RENT—Rooms at galley House. W FOR ItENT—with board close also large room "Tor tvte or three gentlemen, close in. S04 Front St. Phone 117. FOR RENT—Two light housckcep- . room,. M.U., *1 ■ i&§J } 1 . j <r"-' 1''i *'*■ ■ ■ ID SWORN THAT Wg-ig..'; '-4 WANTED: *5 laborers for con Action i wo^k at DeweyvlUe, Tegaa. Wages 92.50 to 13.00 per day. Inquire for P. N. Anger. V/WBHL MARK IN -me-OUSTWAS MAT* BY WTl SHARPENJEfc OUTFIT 11^-mATS VHMCT AN? wrraK MISCELLANEOUS J. BUC band 100 cher violin Instruments 6:0® a. m. -10:15 a. m. 1:85 p. m. 9:ft p. at...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 31 May 1923

■ ' ' "v-'' "-V V ' > •• V ' . . ' ... ' ' • • ,<•' • . J • ,-,tu,W,,i,7W,; v>l ' > ?., m i v i to 111 at the home of h*r Btoad. arc to her condition is •fr- ond critical rag1'^ ^ * rMk the bedatde of Mrs. A. Ingram who nt <f«r- at Frances Ana Lnteber recently, la to the efS** t tor condition to aattatactory, being all that coeld Ik ,lirm (CMdW " '■ ' " ,"■■'* " ■■ i •'• I • u la .^•■**^;'iWardtoa, who nd sufficient credence Hi "" "?l e*l*« lo *"«# stated that cold Water «u V*"R year -r ^ pumped>te the hollers a* rapldl; | Seveal of the girls took popples to u possible while the deui ««tpM i, 1 to American Legion ^ n terrific rate and toad* a noise ;f Auxiliary. There will be no awt- similar to that of a thundering A in* of Camp Hadero next week. 'well f$Nl ®?.y HMHH m Hi'" S®«fc r. jjnmm * " • ISHi J. N. Hints is visiting Houston and Oalveston on « business mission B. w. Ofden is bustne^ vlsl- At IM oro™., m <• "°««« jW. H, Stark, prfcsldent of th* lum BBSBWi.....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 1 June 1923

P¥lv£' i'rW.v*;; KITS . , iii 'ii gf ;4: , : . v ■ ^'S 09! Llfm -T^FT ™ 'iV ■ "i" -■ .si' IIP® ORANGE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 192a ii^i.ftfai^1;'1'1*' ■ *#SM t '/ Jt - ... ■ - " " — 1; '"'Try>4p'1 T* la Prevented By Wage Increases, ! 0O. June 1.— Suspension j B CtUCAOO of Chicago's $300,000,000 constitu- tion boom was averted today when an agreement wag reached to giving tie' 13 opfcn shop hulldiim trade -4 ..vorkeni, a twenty per cent Increase On Hold l wages. The new wage is effective jodsty and increases the pay .of so-called Golden Voice Sou&? nt Prodtic Ao $1.25 an hour. t tot, ail some four or Jtkeast of ing 1 erritory. '*1 f v.-'-'. '. |J "< ' • > ae% teat J flea mllca southeast of the limit* of the Orange oil field, will be made ta tl* next" lew days by W. H. Starlj;on th^lt. O. Anderson tract, altuutfd within the Stephen Jet# tract. & Jr#rk US- foot derrick baa luat been completed mnvlag of machinery on the groauds w®f|S|pfcarted within the next day or two?...

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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 1 June 1923

i iM are now known as i 'bean*. The variety has "" ' y enUivaUon till the are no more, arc two kind* of early jrellb|f an| free#. Then the tlfff', atett beans us French beans and spwially Ar salads. 'ingr Bean' Chowder uart beans, 4 medium sited 4 slices bacon, 6 small po- ll and pepper, 3 «J*wi boil- r. (J bacon a*d '& In kettle tei' taally III : M . ; -ij :< Woman wearing kniofcerbock|ra indicate trousers are not lor men only, UVw ', Getting out in the opeu is tine, but never keep your teeth out id the open too long. You can't keep a good man or a good weed down. ut in inch lengths and! Quit wearing high collars ana give your nerk vacation. JPeing snowed under with work doesn't keep a man cool. Diamonds are beautiful chiefly because you can't get them. hoililii' iwflter. Cover und boil 46#imiaun-s.V f'm AdtftMlttoet cut in dice. Season ^"withww aad pepper and coot half Jjf an hour Hanger. The water should ,4c weft cooked away tor the chow- der s Kould |ot be too thin. m Qui...

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