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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 1 June 1923

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 1 June 1923

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 1 June 1923

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 1 June 1923

i A\!>v* VMv. V.W- . 'V.' iil Vv . 01 ork Cttt; 11* , {wuumtviiudtion by \f Welfare Office of the Amoyican Lo- J faces ttatt; <m fMr ft. k«, Inc., Brokaw Bldg., Boutk Michigan Blvd.. .... >. :t . , ;JJ ^ V' ' ">J J'" r*fl*cUQB upon tbe character, rUudlo* or reputation of firm or corporation wklck mat appear in tbe columns of wtll b* gladly corrected upon ita being brought to tbe of (be publishers. _ . Ail bilMnMCBtii No. 4 or •«. __ ORANGE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1923. SFACicV4# B^L ' JsE- Hpi " i'; ' ifc'' Ite" j||r. i-1- JSI; !#■ * !&>• E'RI kr-i.".; K'tVfyv,* ■ slfe sy« ip- Ite m: p:.? g&gfl E&ffipl.; V; rp, $v;'4J ii Jl "#5 KNOW YOUR TOWN. Every man and woman, boy and girl living in Or- ange should know Orange. They should know its exact population, its altitude, its climate, its industries, and all about its past history, when it was founded, by whom and in fact know everything concerning their home town so that they may intelligently answer ques- tio...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 1 June 1923

* Wj fejhaj ■'mS" -. P'.&tfPwflS •«$r- VZ <•'?' '." Mmwi'- 4 | j / ■ ■■ ■ 1 a • - <;V IsP-'V/K^'X'^ "'.- Ii5:- ■. ; if iSMlwl iSiEMI^ I&U& >11 III mil Ml. i; 3SS i^ss.,;rw! £*# do HHEI -r— A I I • : Vv'-,: t m SI-f • ' lk$f. Kf1 s |iv I f M: #r ,«•* i H.jJ V ■ ?V j li': ■ \ , f . 1 l i 1 ■ ^ s NEW YORK, June 1.—Give an iyrU«t u brush, paint and cauvaa and ho may bq able to turn out a picture, But Mrs. Janet Singh is able to paiut with none at, tfccao aids. Her canvas Is a bare wall or a floor; her tools—the subconscious mind. A piece of rough flooring mea- sfihug possibly 12 by 10 inches bears mute evidence to Mrs. Singh'a remarkable gift. "I hud beert reading In the Bi- ble," she says, v'1knd was staring at the floor thinking Ibwtt the qual- ities of St. John. Suddenly the rough outlines of a man's head ap- peared on the floor. Ho was beard- ed uud bore a resemblance to pic- ture* of sulntB. "But the eyes were closed. I was thinking about this and wishing that ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 1 June 1923

time i from end to end may ta a very brt«/ space ,;f to tne event of the develop- it of a now veil and these hnp- at* expected to be the most that will occur for some the future, according to the Of tii« average individual ac- with the conditions rela- Ut Oil. Flank I toad Gone The plauk road toll proi>osit|on been eliminated ud this will p|prob«Wy he a permanent conditio ®®|p some of the road is now taken W ■'*, The provisions for surrounding fflP' engaged in washing out No. 12 j Solons Figure Way To Per cant Meet Expenses. - 1 _ ry effective service taking .-are of the traffic tq fiald while It vti at |ta hP.„... business. ,|t (a behaved that th__ behind the plank road rendered 'of tbe greatest aervi^f Insti- tution In the community. - ^ It la estimated that the loss aua- .tained J y the Investors In he plank roa4 has beda reduced to about ft aa a whole Jr' 'lH M ■i in i ii in * *■' o-,™ i '•'&* *' • 'v$ • *ri iw to parent* a no will be given M ,a later date. *' • On Sunda*...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 3 June 1923

Ic-1 ?.>•?« msm SwWKir sSSfia MRS!® ini^QjMM'yf MM ■ m wv ' A <m "T" ^t*H U- I< I M 1 v •"«' i.,,,, VOLUME IX. ..,. SISM V'. I t" ^ ;w mm MJG Bit Rlfppi"' '■'■"> —r-^r I " ':./ ' ''• ■ ""' ' ■' ' ^ ' ■ MMm T ORANGE, TEXAS, SUNDAY, JUNE 3, •"' V .".■•■■; wr .'.fejjjyfoli't1 • lnnn .•/-*. ,, - ' ral Agents In York v.., A Real Consignment of Toys For Chitia t-":'! S'^^BS^KSROHPSBISIIIPHHP^.;' immwwtmym.- -■-vrl'ilV" '' N r M ■- r ' r v President Harding To Confer With Other Of- ficials on Action to Be Taken to Enforce Law, NEW YORK, June 2.—An army of federal prohibition enforcement agents was mobilized today, ready- to be thrown into New y*,rk if Governor Smlt's action in appiov ii>K repeal of the enforremeul aet results in a "booze rebellion" in this state. • Although Smith lu signing the re- pealer warned the "wets" that the Volstead art wan still in effect and that every citizen should obey it, ttiousiiiids of liquor vendors me be- lieved ready to tiike advantage oi ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 3 June 1923

)AV,TONE8,ttzsp- V;■ -. -w THE-QRANGE lAkirig Ar Tur r\i icro R,, Allmnn I* * 1 ,il ' \m\ w« ««m« 9:30 a. m. '■ BIWe cUuw 10 *. in. jSpK class 10 *. ui. orshlp 11 a. m. Endeavor «:4S p. m. Christian Endeavor 6:46 ' .?.' •'■ f . lug Worship 7*30 p. m. i;%. " * ■«"< i ■■•' ; Sunday school 10 a. m. Mj$ Agoga Bible clan 10 a. in. JfpjSprthm Bible elaas 10 a. m. HI'';' Moraine Worship 11 a. in. fUv. V. R. Brown. B. V. P. U. 6:30 P- m. Evening worship 7:30 p. in. R-V •; m- Midi MK1BOW1ST / Bar. W. H. Vancc, pastor. Tem- ■ porarily located in high school huild- rallE' . ... * Thiv. HHSft 1 tr'. lng, «ornor Green avenue and Thir- mi) ,* toeatb street. K? M, Sunday school at 9:45 a. m m$*ri Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7: Ps-arc1 ■ wMti' 9. m. ^Service lasts only one hour. FIRST CHRISTIAN Sunday school and all church serv- will be held in the new church Ouilding, Ninth and Main streets. Sunday school at 9:45 a. ni Preaching, morning service at 11 HP « «. SB. "5 Evening service at 7:30. J Eve...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 3 June 1923

* r ■ ■ «■ ,. B . .. . ' • " wM-- '•• •1 ■ i ' ' •'■' % Kg$|RtP£ !./r hfi , ..'1 Vm'v, wm^mlKU Bil l * 3 pv _ 2^r;% ?4 m$. 'MMM • Jf K ' ... ====*== — — - . .. ■— i , : ;' ' —,—. Weber O otll'ii' points, hut o/i Houston and their iptuin witl nuijcr Otnngc •■ heir horde. >r ww . ■ ■ i: i jwcs r fc TKi<* whi ~r~rK§ Mrs. B. C. ~ tor Lake Charles . (m? w ife ' Uvea. V - i' •;■■■■ r®E EFFICIENCY IN THE KITCHEN. "The efficiency expert is needed more in the kit- chen than in the factory," mm r 1 'W.^. t Jfi +i , Hfi th rV / spare moments which often occur in the liitchvii while iuc:i1h are conking." Mr*, Wing has several hundred women in hor classes, many of whom are repent lirides. ,. Social Calendar of I *■ MONDAY— Public Library — CIi-isi- '<iniini ree rooms, to . Decree of i(onor 1 • I < h ill, 7: tin. ri'ifisn \Y— Camp f.uta — Mr:.. ^launch, at her home. O. E. H. at Masonic hall,.7:30, Y. VV. A .—-M iss1 Mnvr.ei Lind- jtey, hostess, Eleventh and Main atrecta, 7 o'clock. WE...

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

fork CIt; vl|T BO nMll (M )M la. Inc., Brokaw Sooth . "■■■'■'* iijiPr'"1; f". ,* upon the character, standing or rapnUtlMi at firm or corporation which may appear la the columna of It tS?11 *** £Hd'y corrected' upon lta boin* broultot to the , All Department*: No. ^ it I ORANGE, TEXAS, SUNDAY, JUNE 3, 1921 mml!$ ANOTHER VIEWPOINT. s ,■ *'• '<.•* ; 1 r , One of the evils of our prsBent prohibitory system % is the liability to punishment twice for the same act, ■pfjfo as the lawyers say 'double jeapody'," editorially declares the Chicago Tribune. 'This is contrary to one of the oldest principles of English and American law. The repeal of the New York enforcement law cures | this evil in that jurisdiction. In other* states, iiiclud- §§i ing our own a man may be punished once by the fed- P eral authorities and again by the state for the same H ■ ... The Tribune is admittedly one' of the greatest < American newspapers. republican anS one of its proprietors, Madill McCor- mick is a ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 3 June 1923

Em 'a I' Have r$M • ■ LBBUIINE, Tex., Ji ' Cleburne, meat to be votud m^UUtLSLm,'t ' • " 1 I 2 .—•H. of ae- . .. « t * * for uum- rigs to bo held us "* the itate In *— amend- itutlon which will people at a !'- matter eat is the must important f th« t|*te ta'und will plaee ai a centrul strict bo as toineure I ' j I I I • if1 -• I f I 5p: f t Wf/', iv I m MnKa>. a-s'::' H >? . Ss-'sb'v 8M Kg r ■ into six select a mee point In each a maximum attendance. Tbe dates WUI be fixed so- that all of the meet- In jW *IH be held prior to the state- f jde rally which the Texas High way,-' association haa called to meet at Saif* Antonio July 9 and 10. Coopatatiodf 'of" all of, Ukv com- mercial bodiet In the state will be urged and the call will be sent direct to every commercial executive in Texas. Mr. Oliver plins to atteud all the meetings in person and to urge intensive work In each district In the interest of the amendment uiid that a good reprosecution be sent to the rally at San Antony...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 3 June 1923

,v 1! Si Ji^^ ^ ■''■■ •' & • - ;• •. •<\ ' i* 1 - 4^ <■ '■ * - -"' 11 ■ ■-■ • m g~* ■iaBw mm- m-- ti:kw:S '■■"*■ A" WINS CUP IN EIMITY GOLF MEET ENTER LOCAL CLUB SECOND pi Hi JIM Bwrk: Brown Leads Field in Classiest Play Ever Seen Over Pinehurst Golf Course, H. L. Brown, shooting a par out and one oyer tbe 9-hole course led the field In he final event of tbe Inter-City golf tournament at Pinehurt Country club Saturday af- ternoon. finishing with a score of ?•. His play was the feature of tbe afternoon, attracting consider- able attention from the galleries because of bis consistent shooting which won him first place in the last event. • •rai|C «'!« «-* Brown's closest competitor for the afternoon was George Craig of Port Arthur with 83. Craig also played a consistent game, his long shots being a feature of the final at 2 o'clock affair belim called Others who kept in the lime ORANGE JASPER DUAL STRUGGLE ON FOR TODAY III■ Iaw inn I <1 I I'll .11 I., I... Silverstein to D...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 3 June 1923

■ r r ■ . r- _ r* ?".«.■ *; A">lh,"« *%***? y's edition. Class!- will be taken over tbc •• 10 a. reedy when the bo/ cells for nil ft lljKj^rrUjj 0c":i line Una.) No Mb accepted VJ . 1 ymt the orange B*n/r. lbadM|fs|F,llPP^ . ... 1 ——-■ ■ ■ 1 • ————— TBE OLD mm TOWN-Bu Stanley ™awm€" i 9iNV|ii0! , zn™er™7™pL/• W; ;^r: -' .. cfMifBBl* _ FOR BENT: Room close In, with adjoining bath. 208 Eig poultry wire. Entire plot high and well drained. T. J. HORNK. 99 Fiona 804. ' • - <y ibth St. y ;tM | i| i ,■'-. ,.. ■■■ ■■■■ ft.l.-ft ■ ROOM FOR RENT; .*jply 803 Cypress St. ■ XI ►R RENT: Furnished apdW- n\a«t Oil.* o aa ' , -M ■ I • '\ Mmk I '.iffimfc. ;; ment. Ring 306. THREE ROOMS (or light house '* keeping. 712 Eighth St. Phone *l*vK„ FOR FIRST CLASS carpentar and Job work, phone E, W. GHOUM- LEY, 1131-M. 1407 Sholata St, HELP WANTED mM WANTED: 25 laborers for con- fifft+himi . wo^k at Dewey.vil|e, Texaa. Wagfas f*v60 to |3.00 per day. Inquire for P. N. Anger. f "«* || i? !$$i h I ■ - hwm...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 3 June 1923

:fc; wn*'1! ":a;Sgg| p; f tmmmm W&fflhx mm :itW- **®S ■'" a—mr: .■ 1111 f PS '-ft1^'i .\ V ? - '^' iSS .WW«"MB8W!W^ :««■ ^ THE ORANGE DAILY LEA0JETK S H. r * • '• iSd mww Luncheon It 'or Tuesday. of Hit' w«rk u( Ik*- Y. M. It U will Ktlwuidu ml New Jersey to tin1 Unit be made by (he Rotarians (allow- ®d Stales senate!'' lug the luncheon. ■ —_«■■"■"■ "i- FEDERAL (Continued from Pace Oue) 1 I "« ' T "' : V ' • '*1 ' ■*' . company lu operating thin loam*. I ho'groat ohI iuc<rei«<' hi bmtltuMM lit ill oouipauy had not figured ou such J field ot any ton d«rs in this section a big well In splta of the fact that f0r some time. ., \ ' The Sun company aspects to swab ...... its No. 1 Kato again on Sunday. don.- nn anarchistic thing. The mor- Thero are many who bellere that .according to reports coming from al effect of their action must be (oj when this well Is back on the Job. the field today. The well made it will be a rival of the Humble Oil one head on Thursday night and as® ? ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 3 June 1923

Hr' ' «"■ -P . • mmMm -4* a I & .?3t I .«;*§|jjgS£ *%* li?^w'-f!;' v ''i',; ■ ••"« M _ • MFMStimmfflfo «r*., ;<.* ' 'ft „;■ •> wip jSH S'v^V ££fWS>iw*" ■ |te|p-':' ; !'' -'S I . : 1M tJ ,. s-iSI jl r'#y * Ji*? i V V flt '* A { p i? a r i*7*oj''.V'v **s> WHW «T6 W*. VMS ffT W& V. Wm ii>' ■ i^-*'''■ i * . ,■■!* wm™mWKKMM [ *. sm tmmm. j- ■' •• ■ \ ' , .3 ■ •i'.:f5'i I .fe' : ■*i' ♦ J f^HSw v "*->:r:, '.' ,sjfe H S ji v'--;:f. l IPH V BkfeijjJ * e*®p&«p Plt^P f ' ToWL. W I \i KBKfrfrl « II , < ■ $:# ft *1. . • . HAM* 0Ut TD^HSHT.. SCHAA HIT THE H*t RV;::7- ; /; 1 r .' j ' 'i ^ i :.,:■ 4: KPRJjOg i \ i mgmam If ' #■! Bw'-A?*3eMlw U. ; '.c :' '*11 '■ ' ' ■• '' i iS £ 1 - "-"'•i W, 'iis':' vr- B# nHwB tl.\A A^'i-iV'^ '• ife'''-' Klip-'. ,'*. -v^.: *.) "t'-':' .^•j-'ii'vj^:- i:. ■ ■ ; ;- -r-'j"' HOT UPS* AaJ- aU6HT)E /JI6HTIE. 6VIM3HT r •• ':,'''' f r-~ vmmmsw*? r*^wTKBM^rmmp ^\mt ww H^wumumi.^-W - «w*.« *W ■ ** H . - w «w . f*3 tjr-'' .v< r' «{. iilm % ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 3 June 1923

' '"■■■ 'J^*V -;.f;^■■;■'*' '-v1 IS? '.■"■-■-*■■:;'*-u'W!^ ;l ;:■ ;■ • t ■ - ■•.:■ u---*■• %-.V: 11R>" ■: 'IMMmMHI .• dS$^Hulm^zv4K<' jKSSTftf"; - br«F Budweieer | cents, wit* e*trs It U I This Is before Or* noon when J. M. B. I an Old tim chcoa to lw barbecue road, accon given ont ' Simmons. * arrangemen been com pi take part one grand I cording to President 1 I Die feed. The lunt I sort of an 4 The teast shade of t camp, aad tola own hot hot In' the < lit was sail I of tbose * I take advag I Secretary f I declared tb 1 er's weapo Jtious that I weighed IS 1 Heved. will | affairs wH Rotarian Iare request Ibor of coi I o'clock Tu I might I tartans to laot have I the tourist rnHBu k m9B "* S#SIBe8h8 naBHra ■Kiaam [Wia ' £ "iM /Wm K: 1'HBS f -'SWiMKw i v k ^asSf/v , ''pM0 v*V, $ I * I ' HRr' .v . ■rinlntakdt. ^ ii

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 3 June 1923

1 ■ ,VY 1 sp©&d w-lfe wmi: vl jrf. "w^ll f$f* &&•: f ffwsvl #v ■ ■.--lllip •m w&nkra&v $* ffftnl , / ,"";\ij,.vjf | it v, ;*'' • \ jv i 4: ih a - swppwis •" ■ ,• . ..'• : '■■" ":. ;.":V-; w. " : «\ . •• /'•• - • •<- . i. • '. , iv. \ 1'; - j. ,-: },</'•>,' viJ-; $m? 1 ^ ^ ^i'' ip^ a, ■ •, m mwz • : t'ls" -% ■<#. .■■< ,v,v',-. quit ut!' ) i didn't ] ( do or!*) < !&f Ji typ ify1 t r<. «,#■:., ■' ' .esss ./ ,i i.: *♦ mm .'i: sils' . 'a fr *'<f\ *r (j * . $'' . nv«&w••<•'-■ , : ^ ':v^ '..v 10* ^"i'm t^e samet* "11* one yuh ucked Before! «* <•«* r'315« rsr mmj 4.EA. GO O' ME i * r®> 1 ■p£ins83 . ■■ woore! dldmt ,,.i bo nuthlm j •wkwtmu doim' to my broflmb*.?* i 1 me [bfqftjr! •' 1 if •*# kk ^ up ■■■,. ip,- ,i ■, p? .. 1' i m W %& ,m & is. • .'. v ;l . * ■ . ■. , '(llb h. . . , ". i* * , -•<'.•■. .- -■ i ja. ^ «.fv' ' ^ . .1 ?bb m/ .-.j r ■ r~ ■>v r•■ ■ i.. a'*■'"' L;. • : • ' ■yi: t, sl. J. !' ^ i' 'A- ■ • . ± riL...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 3 June 1923

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Publication Title: Orange Daily Leader, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 4 June 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 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 4 June 1923

r, JUNE 4, 1923. -/ V' #' ' ■■•'.■ ' ."'i. J: •^wSSHEJ kf Glazier and Hifmphtfes Prove Puzzles for Vis- itor# and Locals Win Two More Straight Games. monde at first when the Jasper first sacker went wfW with his Mt . ■ g':>, felling to stand up under the •train, and lacking In effective team work cosl Jasper another double header here Sunday after- when the Orange Diamonds wrfHtod off with two more one- sided gnines by the score of fi-2 and *-3. Hitting J>y Orange when hits meant runs, coupled with bad * judgment on the part of Jasper in several throws in Home cost the - visitors the first game, while the seaond, a short session of seven Innings was won on fast fielding and ball swatting. Iflfcfl Humphries went the first and long session by and allowed but a few scattered hits, while J>ee re- linquished the mound in the fourth Inning to Mctioaran after the Dia- monds had begun to.pound him for ;> • extra base wallops and Pollard had injured a finger which caused him te q...

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