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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 8 January 1923

'■$$% 1 V. ; '.'wt-W-'■'*m-} '• '••>i■ ■ --v.' ' i >f •■■ .i'fi.A ' 'XifyfaiiAte'yivt ^Jr, h'-A'ji ;Jy '< ,. -V .'v'.vliLvC. • • .L. '.fc.1'*;* r<ii ■■■!*$ fry '^W; BWMHBIWSWtwB Taken m lat ■ A y*Wng ' following insertions. j(01* words to the line.)' Mo ftde accepted tor leiM than 26o. > ' ,w', • ; : ' W*p TELETHON ES 4 and SM. FOR RENT Bedroom for R^t. 305 stli iit. of )>houe Mrs. Kuiuey ut itcuuty VAX- Nicely furnished bedroom lor 2 gelPenun. 70S Green avu., phone IttS?, i -I *> VCMt RENT: 'l'wo rooms tor , light f " • , housekeeping; and garage. Thorns i - ROOMS FURRENT. l'hbne Mra. 8. J, McGee, at 873. ,/, FOR RENT; 1 furnished room Z blocks from town. 605 Cypress, frfaonw 637. FOR RENT: Room and board, close 'in. 804 Front St. Phone" 317. | - - /■ ' J ' . . N FOR RJfiNT: Ono (j-room house, one / 4-room house;, also 4-rooiu apart- ment. Apyly ii.OH 1'ark, or phone 166. RING 933 tor furnished or uufur- i uished rooms with alt conveniences. FURNI*3«JSD ROOM wi...

Publication Title: Orange Daily Leader, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 8 January 1923

"•■ 'V- ■-?: ■Hp *■ ttovu , Tex., Jan. 8.—Texas Gwlt Coaat section. domed her bnnner year in ment. In the earlier part 2, by virtu© of the production 'of the prolific Mexia field in the developed East Central Tex- if field, Texas was enabled to jw/WNMt from Oklahoma for a few ranking position as the Mi chief petroleum producing state in the country, Mexia field approacti- 4$ttg Its peak of slightly over 200,- . 000 barrels daily average as the '"past year began, experienced its * rapid decline as a groat drilling campaign soon defined the field and W® Recovering from a dull spring and summer the West Central-Tex- as section, is experiencing a revival of activity as the year closes. The Moran shallow field in Shecfcleford county is at the height of a small boom. An extensive wildcattlng program ie being carried out-just now Ih, that county and in the surrounding district. (The Curry pool has been extended end a.new deep pay* In both Stephens and Young counties beckons increased activ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 9 January 1923

'jf(V'" !,'iv _t4M_ i, —I,.,,, ,l4l, - jd| 'y.'' *'' £W mmm \-?w IWB'V ':''lia 1! 1'."" -"• -*1—it#W"■'.,f"v!. '!"' ' ' ' -v.^ . > Pi IL |K'^_ _ —1 ! ~ —' nwA-nrw <t ' "RAw * • ■: "i 1 .1 u-!■■■■■■ •• ■■ ■■ ■ ■ ■' .', JU.aifcrifeh ■ an®?. Wm If * v? ^iW'W ■ ipM M7 ^ ■ vlM?w v B < .J . ■ . : B< JL JL*** & :■" ;•-, a /■^;^;vvVw,r' ^ Mr' ■f.'foV'— Ill' IA •■sill* U AttlM ■% With Largest Attend- ance Ever Present the Center of Interest is Speakership of House. ': ''* 'i' ■ "" . /: • AUSTIN, Jan." 9.—With a quorum present In each branch of the Texas legislature convened In 1,38 regular session at noon today with the chief •Interest of the opening session cen- tered on tho speakership of the house. It was expected that before the afternoon had far advanced that con- test would be. decided, R. E. Seag- ler of Palestine, who began his third term today as a memher of the house, and Cewis T. Carpenter of Pallas, a ?w member, are opposing candidates for speaker, Tom Shires of W...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 9 January 1923

— WBHTgHMI i* ■«>* %M '■' v : Jan. 9.—As the opens, close students of the oil Ppct prosperity tor IMff com try in general "tor the W ■."..! ■ •JJ i., ■ llicprering from the market de- late in the past year, there promising indication that the re- _ it advances in crude oil are to be followed by subsequent, rises during present year. .All sections are hre and the majority of them re- dlining programs for the first months of 1923 which offer t prospects of new production new territory. « Following advances Ip Texas and Mid-Continent. during the past iveral weeks,-the recent boost of nsylvunta crude, long regarded as barometer of the conditions of the market, and the placing of Mon- and Wyoming crede on a parity „ frith .the Mid-Continent price is re- ' yarded as good promise of favorable ditlons this year. The Importance if the entry of ckover into competition with the ily declining low-grade Mexican le and the appearance of Edward DOheny, pioneer developer of the famous Tampico fi...

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

'<i i |Pf f'S'- a WI0SH ■ i wvmMtum || SOClE' mM'kdmLT ¥?. ' V Jfs$4 ' 1 •!"*.•*. i... , 11 i| — — — —■- '•■, tt>T *-? .. I •, V I , . . ip.'K ■ '• :> 'M 3 HP mm § i1 EM «i, 1 v r ' " " Ps«" . ■ was ;Vi i—>,'i '• -V Mj I I p' JR^'V fc'; nfli? P' i- | fw [ - I i 1 Pi . nt of Wo- moo's Club — Chamber of Com- merce rooms, 3:30. Tuesday Bridge Club - Mrs. W, A. Sims, 009 Green av«., at 2*30. Camp Tehas •— Mrs. Steele Campbell, 1002 Eighth stieet, at 3; 80. Oak Tree Nest —Blue Birds— Mrs. T. C. Ford, Fifth and Elm at 4 o'clock. 1 WEDNESDAY— D. A. R. —Ml«s Cecil Russell, Fourth and Green, at 3 o'clock. Wednesday Bridge Club—Mrs. E. W. Brown, hostess — Country Club, at 3 o'clock. Y. P. M. S. of First Methodist church .—Mrs. B, L e Davis, 1404 John street, 4 o'clock. THtllNDAY— Gleaners' Society — Mrs. C. L. Adams, Fl^th and Cherry, .3:30. Woodbine Rebecali Lodge No. 103 — I. O. O. F. hall, 7:30. St. Paul's Episcopal Guild — Mrs. W. A. Sims, 900 Green ave., 3 o'clock. " \ FRIDAY...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 9 January 1923

Broadway, Ntf York V reflection upon th« character,* standing or reputation of any i or corporation which may appear In the columns of The *UI be gladly corrected upon Its being brought to the attention publishers, BaiorM •; W;'- H. D. BICHXOND. the Orange, Texas, poetottica aa seoond-elaM matter. United Frew Association. tli, 50 conta; KnM-Burke, Inc., Brokaw Bidg City; South Michigan Bird.. ✓ #■ Mti > < * American Stfiamfblp Glendarue Due Jan. 11 to load rice <for Porto American ytouniahlu, Youngstown RI<5o. ArrivtKi; Jan.. 4.—toad lttg timber : American Seboonfir; Hope- Sh d rlc® tqr London and We*t Bat- wood—Due Jan. 16 with cargo lespqol tor idling Jan. it). asphalt from Island of Trinhliid far Vessels' Due in fort During January ! Barber AspWltf company. :To Iogtl American Steamship Lake Siavl— .lumber for return voyage. , } Due Jan. 20 to load lumber, rice-and American r Steamer Commercial box shooks tor Cuba, Porto Rico —rDue Jan. 16 from Beaumont, prd- and San D...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 9 January 1923

Kgn cu llfa ;;^ ^ •■ ■ ■*. ■ ■——— •' II- II . . I S'JPJt ^4^'; tJkv •ifct&Cl M lato u lOfum. Mm* day's ; pap*r< • aurwuis >'| In after 10 o'clock wlU appear in the next day's edition. arepayable In advance. They wlU bo taken ovo* > ough courtqay. but have change ready when the 1i""lfe'ai maem ft® •* wife a Une tor drat Insertion; 5c a line for all ma. |Blx words to the line.). No ada accepted TELEPHONES 4 and 88. * a^sssnwj ' ■• % t T«v ' ■ ■ ■ : • " t, 1 $'<' if, ' 'f ■■ •*'■• - -J - - 1 . : JL;-. -J tai..' < • iffi'i/y fartl. .• V' £.«;•& ftkaS'.JW-j •>"*•■••■ ... 'SiL.-. by gTAwr.y FOR RENT v FURNIHilED APARTMENTS: Cou- venhmcea and fuel. HOT Main. "• 'rfeiuim aia. FOR R^NT: Bedroom* tor gentle-* ;v v . men; also light housekeeping ^tooxna. 912 Main. mSkmBR iS-i^',' TT Bedroom tor It«ut. 305 8th at. or phone Mrs. Ralney at Beauty Par- -lor. f"< V -■*" ^ V . 'I' ' *■ 'l' | I 'lllll II I ' -II Nicely furnishing bedroom for jt i m- .* - I#® gentlemen. 70...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 9 January 1923

If ■ ""■It.... |i;^|.|'li ; iv i CHICAGO, Jan: .*—Whether the Ku Klux Klan shall be permitted to continue as an Institution in Atnerln an! c. hundred other .is- sues connected with the hooded Conference j Maternity will be threshed out in conference ll1® United States Sohste when an attempt is made to deny a seat t,e Trail organicaticii «<nto national Senator-elect Karte B., Maytteld^of TkjtSa>c J j, a I 1 Texas on the charge that he was a member of and yto atftiveljr sup- ported by the Klan. , * / ' SH* • " H#, m*wg nf w It flontyre Of the regular Or Onlf Coast of this section > , sttonsic Old Bpanlsh watlonol . gathering simitar tO a road congress.1 Tentatively, the meeting id to be held the latter part of March, this, year, .at New Orleans. ' .f j'" ■, ■ It is proposed the.* tfte association of commerce with affiliated organi- zations build up the Joint convention Into a great road congress with the Old Spanish Trail organization coop- erating fully. It is planned to vis...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 10 January 1923

-m MKHtf :*W Mfvowm "■■MM... !■■■ .11 + I ii.ffuyW (I .11'nuirnntinni I .||. to* I'Miy^vW' WEPNESDAY, JANUARY |lj>i|Wlii<lini>)'> I I lilillliiio'tuwM'w^iili ' V vj I • '■■i&sbv" mmmm $6$<i$£■ §?Ww wMri ■i i j I ii 1*1 iii^i' i >M\ mm 1 Jim v WILL BE PEACEFUL CAPTURE OF THE ■ • v-rif THE tPF? thought: There WW* tars on the road to •jissrw ■SiliM $ CLUB should experience lit- or no trouble In enl^ting hU the aid, financial and mora), nocossary to cause to he ere«lo«J n rest room at the children'* playground at An- ^ dflrson park. It is so necessary that v there's no Question but what it must " be done, To borrow a line from the HK, none, to uorrow a line rrom the pi'; ? navigation bond election campaign, " Hnish the job." <« ;' — ' ALLIED DINNElt. today: Irish potatoes, (Italian sphagetti, French bread. British tea, American butter; m m TODAY IS the tenth. Sad but true —ail bills must bo paid regardless. V. M. B. L IS backing the move- ment to re-establish Co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 10 January 1923

,V:. -ASM ■ V'.v- suggested thmt the Lions (outer a movement to la- the public or some local ament Agency la financing the room. In accordance with the tion a committee was named us take up the matter in an active •*' ' Interest Everyone. The club will devote every energy L Itt interesting all parties possible la the ways and means of erecting K a rest room at the park. It was W*«ted out tit at the playgrounds f will; develop into a menace rather &«n a recreation place should the state of affairs continue.' , Weed Of a director to be present at ■**•§• grounds at stated periods «ach was mentioned. The need of a system also was brought "iM • ' ORANGE DAILY LEADER ■ I «■ "inn;. ih'i • i in I Which rendered Into English means. that, being ill with a nervous break down. I have come to the famous auto-suggestion clinics held by Mon- By MILTON BRONNKK MCA mntf Correspondent. NANCY, France, Jan. I* —I've j ... 2 been Ooaedt/ to discussion was de- - to the proposition of a reat being ins...

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

mw:st imMSkwv-w, '; ~M IM ■ '"''"i , ■;> i 1 KrkS?mR K Tim 'J' ■' 1 mw*SX$&Z mi iSm- - mm mmiMx 4 ®pb." : &!' m., K mi BtpfS' l; & -.1 Wfe ■ f{ 'f.'1 ■V i,^;>v ' i i) ■ n mill -__-c en nEmWm* MmWMfJ mm R, —MUb Cecil Russell, Fourth and Oroon. at 3 o'clock. Wednesday Bridge Club—Mrs. E. W. Drown, hostbs* — Country U, at 3 o'clock. ; ..'Jr. P. M. S, ot First Methodist church ■'-T-Mr . B. L«*e Davis, 14 04 John street, 4 o'clock. THl'KMDAY— ■ Gleaners' Society — Mm. C. I* Adams, Fifth and Cherry, 3:30. Woodbine Rebecnh Codge No, 103 — h O. O. F. hall, 7:80. ;; 8t. Paul's Episcopal Guild — Mrs. W. A. Sims, 909 Green are., 3 o'clock. ^ FK1DA*— v Literature Club — Chamber of Conierce rooms, 3:30. Caipp Wenonu — Headquar- ter*, 4 o'clock. SATURDAY— Shakespeare Club — Bailey House, 3 o'clock. : Music Department of Woman's Club — Chamber olt Commerce, 3 o'clock. ■ iSfSK ■ ■|r^ 12 m ■/ „ • F> ■ p", I V ®? % I?' *> .. Swat I | _ I ^ X Women have prohibition to thank for...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 10 January 1923

morning at 206 Caotpaity. by tfce H. D. RICHMOND S ?SiLii5 ISv \stoS:tK\' -- v Kwk.t ^TOMIluKi^ '' ■ vVi/.''*7'.,' f«n " , , ;< ..■ •>," s ' '• X,"".. ., V. '.i .'.. ■ !, . ;•■• •' ' • <-V.w.^*a Knlll-Burke. Inc.. h 1X1 Bonth*^ m tn« character, vtaodioi w nputirtlon at any ^Jch lyar appear in the columns ot The * fon lu being brought to the attention IGE, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY .10, TRUTH OF-mlSTORY. h OT m dent Harding has bee% informed that the rf is is not having ill effects on trade and that erlcan exports and imports are gaining. Then e world is recovering from the depression which followed the war, regardless of the croakings of Eu- financiers and diplomats. Of course^ Europe back, j Europe came back after the Napol- Why .shouldn't Europe come back after world war? It is .the workers,, the diggers, the flf wealth wl^o make it possible for nations come feack this is tye truth of hisibiy. t I . ^ yl 0 1 - ! wars. n- marked the vaults f£k believed d.fatifrif WNtfdfe o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 10 January 1923

dedition. ia adv wwiteur, but have change . . ■ 10c > lino totfcmU**) No ada aocap amKPHONKS 4 wad ML "■, ..... m KI'lllW . l4.ll !v ' it1 &v$#l & wmrlWif t'.w 5g -wg^l i.raai LOST: C**u pir«h shade. Finder 00 T& ORANGE FURNITURE PO. f-j?hono iiibvi" r—— FOR RENT ' in Awtif <1 m ' ,M JH JHW tut I ' 1 V'Vl* '• \ v'>'. j . ,-,>• FOR RENT: Ift. *V ;. All modorn convenleuoea. Apply .|04;' Green. '.J;'".>■ IS•'?.'* '";.'..: '• frW. ' " ''fr'Hmfciii'..,.' .■ .... . , 'i > ,i' A,in' n/tl.- kL , FOlt KENT: Nicely furnished apart- iP %.'mciat With garage. 10 Main St. .FURNISHED APARTMENTa: -Con- veuloncea aufftu«1. 1107 Main. Fhouo 213. , ilZ ■*?'. ''i " . v I ■ •''«• <P^ *#|lpfri, nii| .ifc.niy <—«— ■ (iliO II* fti III III III* ■■■«,m* m< FOB. RENT: Bedrpoins for gentle- men; also lignt housekeeping rooms. 912 Main. Nicely furnished bedroom for 2 gentlemen. 708 Green ave., phone 163. 1 Qonv Hrk and l«th S§ for all kinds of new and second-hapd fur- nitu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 10 January 1923

EHBlfpi n wii>i iiiM— " Wrnm •'^-v. •: ■v i ■ ftlro Mb ;r ?,vfc wu. mMSSMlw1' nSk BMW ffl; .—. — ■ .. ,.,... "■ IIIIUIM %r har K II Ml H hire a special meet t« of scouts of the troop of 'this week, beginning 1:H o'clock. Thin troop la con- Wltla the First Christian '■liroi'i (i membership two first class scouts,* tw% SftfflfPll class, nine tenderfeet and Vm tWo larididatos. life ,.■* 'V1' -—* •••' •' m scout drum and bugle corps Ib considerable progress under pate otMer the leadership of Second Class !$pt fecout Marvin Parker. The fife corps •i —ji meet tonight at the home of the leader, George Crfnsted. The fife corps, as a corps, Is not making much progfese, due to the non-at- W" tendance, of members at practice, i,, v Scoutmasters are expected to have fifer* attend practice or return fifes to headquarters. vm <A/Y\ ' fm r KgH ■ bM§Mi "Free For All" Meeting of C. of - C on Thursday There will be a get-together meet-1 — ing of Chrapp 3 of the Agoga Iffblo class of the First B...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 11 January 1923

M • m m 11 WlilBHiii !:f $$$*$$ '• ■■'$. wtfcjWk, s5itl ? . ■ t ——I-— w wmmmmms Mi IGE, TEXAS,' i;i .«& i' ^A^mwMSMiwww*#, : ;«Hj' w$ :X % m m ifei ■ i "*d~ i * ,.. program for thecelebratlon of V*® 70th anniversary of the Madison Lodge «, A. P. * A." M. to be hOJd next Friday evening In the chamber of commerce banquet rooms * o'clock, was announced today bjr the committee on arrangements of the lodge. ' secretary> M. Q, Davles of the lodge Announced today that a cor- dial Invitation is extended to all vis- iting Masons in Orauge to attend the celebration. They should, however, notify Mr. Davles of their intention to .be present so necessary arrange- ments can be made. The program, us anuuunced, will H. A.' Beck, toastmaster; In- vocation, E. T. Drake, chaplain; Wei co|Hi\ J. O. Sims; History of Madi- son Lodge 126, .M. O. Da vies; To Masons Everywhere, J. T. Adams; S| X ' Principles of M^onry, E. L. Bruce; What Masonr$r Means to Orange, Sol White; 'What Masonry Means to the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 11 January 1923

1111 |y| . 'SfoV v K^Mll \ffmf MAOISON, Wis., Jan.11. — m I lolier water level on Lake may coat the harbor cities Wisconsin and Michigan millions Milwaukee and other po£s have been responsible rh ft heir com pis lifts .that the oos amount of water taken oat the lake by the Chicago Drainage „ teal would cost them large amounts m money or the virtual ruination of i4k«ir harbor, fot*vJa suit now under •Miaement In the United States «n preme court started by the state of 3M7toeoaato against the state of 1111- W'< *>> «:• tfrii, ■' i \mr n iii * S- WrWVi — ; - vj*-' """"« ' **""" 1 jV ! • >y.'.V W--v' '• '■■•" !■ j- •>••. r.vii ■■■ tKPPwO I4 Mi Ml! > '■■ - " lstoric . v*-- ■ V n ¥"^ S3 ° SB S i iuj|s| I f!#p Kill . ti 1 p vm, ■ { -4 'M-jr. • Z>, \ The salt was started by Attorney- •ywrtl W. J. Morgan with the con- aaat of toe Wisconsin legislature to I#tl, And is similar to several suits Halted, by the federal government st Iilitaois. Arguments in the are scheduled f...

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

pfPyiHp U ' mm ' ' #1.1., , • J ! 3 mmm MM iBfefl " - - - t/uum* MmMf f ' ^ ■ ■ ' ' ' • '« ,;. ..- ■ nhJini.. im'W I '""■ il&&e3 Viewing members Wa!!,;,';.. k®h®r1 i .jw . ,,, ,y , bound in plain nlSk. .... •hade of the itarment. 9 mmmZ? mBmm. ■ a frk ..^i —mm.-.-- • ., v-.ji issSSE Mi 1^. if: 7< ■I.; ., i t t ■ ' ■43K ?-A i .v'H'.-.t' $9£ $*■ •Wvr \ "lift! IW ' Society — Mm. C. L. and Cherry; 3;30. oodbine Rebecah Lodge No. 103 — I. O. O. P. hall, 7:30. St. Paul's Episcopal Guild — lira. W, A. Sims, 909 Green ave„ 3 "o'clock. rail) AY— Literature Club — Chamber of ComerCe rooms, 3:30. Camtf Wenona — Headquar- ters,' 4 o'clock, V**' SATURDAY*— . 4/. ; Shakespeare Chib — Bailey House, 3 o'clock. Music Department of Woman's Club — Chamber of Commerce, 3 o'clock. vh-> :#T At •i ' , welcomed. ;.y., . r ....... VISITORS IN OKANGK Judge Horace Chilton of Dallas, former U. S. senator from Texas, and his son-in-law, Chdnault O'Brien of Beaumont, were visitors In ( Wednesday af...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 11 January 1923

,:V3i •'■X- nAii v i i?Ani?t? mJ£\ML M UEmM\ BUtm* laturday and Sunday morning at 206 the Orange Printing Company. R. D. titCHMOMh poetofttce as second-class matter. I?rese Association, , .;'; - ara J*rPi «IL Representatives: KitfU-Burke, Inc., Brokaw llidg., V, New York 'Chy; 1M South Michigan Blvd., m luM erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or repuUtlMnW WV 1 firm or corporation which may appear In the columns ol The will be gladly corrected upon Its Being brought to the attention publishers. „ .> y, ' ■ r * :.i. . . ,, ^ / -vi * ORANGE, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 11,1923 "f I r^' V'j' l|l'llt#i^lV^"1 -fli"'", ji i'/-■« ¥*' *4 ffi' Sri BOY SCOUT GUIDANCE ESSENTIAL. Scouting is a progran^, necessarily Organized, for the use of any agency iip dealing with the'spaiVtlin# of its boys, the agency or institution supplying thfe leader- ship and the local scoutr-councjl co-ordioating the work qf the district, supplying* training for leaders'and- up- holding the rules and re...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 11 January 1923

'msmm will a m a „ gmirn v BMSi ►Ste1'.-^r'""—t "u^j ': •,,*\t pJIS l®H| * if® «anom ,4 «.* w. - K "ii uii'.j up ,u ijiirpj. n. "pM'!u.' .! >j 1 ' ■ Anm U.J. LOST 'v ' *todi of M* and aeeond-hand Iwv LU01 ' altar*. JBHQD178 BEFORE BUYING. CRATING A SPECIALTY. PHONB ■■■"• .I. lif£> '>wmM i A ■>" > ||pS$S EJ '/'% it ■ 4" . "'. i ruKKLni w ! ''■■■' 1 i' ' "I"- • " ■ .-1. ■ ^OR RENT: Two and Wroom apartibonts,> furnished or wulur- Rlkibed., Anpiy m Park, l^one 166. i$u v FOR.. iSjEQ^B on OreefiWSve. r All modern oonvenlonaes. Apply 704 Green, i; FOR REN^j Nicely furnished apart- ment with *« «©, 910 M Jn St. , FURNISHED APARTMENTS: ~ Con- vqniencaa And fuel. 1107 Mala. Phone 213. FOE RENT: Bedrooms for gentle- men; also light housekeeping rooms, 912 Main. -<■ ■' .;.. , . • • "I: 7 .• ; • V !UiNP ■■■■ ini ii. HI ■! 111ni nip Nicely . furnished, bedroom ^for 2 gentlemen. 708 Green are., phone 163. ■ . , .m FOR RENT: Two room* for light^ housekeeping; and garag*. Phone...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 11 January 1923

EhmhmS mm i I Jh «%MB Winners in M v^>w-V *ntee vert* "* ■■'-;■ BSfiB #lf iLEimi, N. C„ Jan. U.—Thir- te years ,a«o V*>s Winkler, u •rottr yotinj£ mountaineer, mnr- Candanc;> Miller, n j>rett„YV£lrI. took her to live in ^ rough lop JHKm.A-''. . ,c • I' For two years lo all appearances they lived happily together and* then one Bight the >oung hride «&8 found Unconscious ajid dying from injuries secelved. Winkler s^id, whqn she JMl from the loft of the cabin. ' But rotrfbulion stalked from out «f the shadows of a crime that had *11 hut disappeared iroin the mem- ,. ory of neighbors and Winkler was ':f sentenced to from 2 ".to 30 years' imprisonment fot the niurdor com- mitted twenty-nine years aRo. Last June Winkler had John Shcp herd, a neighbor. arrested for mal- treating the youngest daughter of his second marriage, a child 9 years <4 d, When Shepherd, was brought into the cotfrt room he declared that fat ,■/ 'Was over*'halm Ml by a wave of. re- pentance and. ...

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