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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 7 June 1923

I f" '-'.V •. '-''i^- ■, THE OLD - 'P i '.'•' v,''f<i is*S l' i !.(• t 1 '■<* t - vtf'l 4.* I - ;: TOWIl \\ I s :■■' «MW Takes u lata u 10 i. b, soma day's paper. Anything coming to after 10 o'clock win appear to the next day's edition. Classi- fied ads are payable to advance. They will be Ukeu over the phone through courtesy, but have change ready Wlico the boy calls KATES; 10c a line for first insertion, 5c a line for all following Insertions. (Mi Words to the Una.) No ads accepted for less than SBc. TELETHON ICS 4 and 98. FOR RENT PPPJ* FOB RENT—Two-room upartinent, woiluru. Also bod-room. 1'houo 946-J. FOR KENT—Nliooly furnished light housekeeping rooms, 120U Cherry. HOUSES FOR RENT- Burton or phono It; 1. -Sue Fred TWO OH THREE largo furnished rooms, prtvuto fumlly. For infor- mation call 821. FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT— I'hono 699-M. Mrs. John Nelson. FOIl RENT—Southeast room with 6 windows. Phone 213. FOlt KENT: lloorn closo in, with adjoining bath. 208 Eighth St. l'hone ...

Publication Title: Orange Daily Leader, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 7 June 1923

Pf — « ■ I ■ — i > UwW r I f . V ' Wf WMwW^lmm K.... , ™ "iltlKfrY:'.?'' *JM* 4$ il ii The weeHty imv- whleh are deposited t<o the .of the customer In the bank 'and draw interest at the regular [savings rate, nay be Axed to suit the desires of each purchaser. What Mm—- could be easier than thttT" • ~TT^—r'■ • liiiN ■J:®:?} ■H ■„• ■ ,a%. 7 HP JP| etAs. ■-... WWII' IIIIKII HIII* I m II—.Ill HI tip Like It 6j *« #■ I P td Wwkljr Purchase Plan to be * boon to many lam- permit them to buv a car Quicker than they ever i" H. V. (iudger, local Ford said today In discussing the plan which is creating such I roninn'nt and which Is j - •' i vcy •'•: OF THE DUFFS ..j^.1 . .. . £ — V>i m " -1&I By Allman Oil Field Included In Work Being Done With the extension of the child clinic to the oil field section the Health Cllnirs during the past *M ._■ „ , __ , monthmade noticeable progress, ae-1 Blanton Says There !• cording to members of the organi- Room for Other* CT ~ I recently turned...

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

IP w'.% ican |jfl *'$ I; "i'-T ■p "®ffl /M£i aj v i$sf at * ff, M .,,,. ,,.i,. . " "■ :;1 • -jjl' Daniel Cupid Breaks Record When Hundred and Fifty Wed Here «8 Pre- re toLay Important i\ re Public in Conference Satur- 11Y UWRKXTK MA It TIN (Copyright 1928 bjr United Press) WASHINGTON, June 8.—John T. Adams, chairman of the republi- can national committee will begin WH *eek active preparations for tl e republican presidential cam-' psign for 1924. '0rd" "'We are advertised by our lov- ing friends. The highest endorsement .#£*;}.•% product is the "repeat older," the boast of the advertising manager and the goal of every successful business. a Judged by this standard, Orange county marriages are one grund sweet song. Of the 15C coupler who have secured the consent or Orange county and the services of 'any regularly ordained minister, priest, or Jewish rabbi, o* district judge or county Judge, or justice of tlie pence in the county of Or- ange" to be ,*olned In (he nou-di- vlded paying ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 8 June 1923

i BH I Ml Ml i WmsWWWMm ! JN-WW ■TTTiiiniTOTiuMinwiriTaTiiri f r < (Continued from l*age 3) ■:-',T T" «$, ''■%' 'If Wi: m&k-' ^(kKW Br i, Tex**, June 8.—T. T. t«, veteran of the world id for nine tnontha a patient Camp Logan Tubercular hos- here must go to what physl- claim will be hie death cell at I Texas penitentiary uiiless Gov- ernor Neff gralits him executive .pM clemency before June 29. Barton was found guilty of steal- inc an automobile and given a five H year suspended sentence by a jury here. The evidence was elrcumstan- tail and Barton protested his inno- &||' cence. Because his lawyer failed to H' place him on the stand, the Judge |fV ruled that the suspended sentence f<" '*«ould not be grunted. Tbe sentence ■;Mr* reduced to two years. v The jury has made written affi- davit that it would not hare given 'Bniton such heavy penalty had it -known a suspended sentence could not be granted . 4 The former service man was dis- charged from the tubercular hospi- ta...

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

"r? "■*" *** * ' " ' ,'■" ■ ^^7 ~~ <?rr ,1 ,>t . ;•/••'••• mmmmrnarnemmmammsat SMJ aw« ■ *'• ir ■ '*■ %W •,'jV. i mr>: . . ®W* - iV« ... f#*........ . . rrwlw.-w; tfwmoH EB3B :? ':■■ V:1;.., JBQBBB v< " $y." m. :•' #.'■ ? 1 I. 1 IIP- . i? . * P i'i M /' ,j w V <• .) ■ I aw Mi -f ' guntfiH v,<re plnytd, the ypung peo« the mornings hereafter and ! by a' Vletroln and fruit punch was •? — -- , fiarved throughout the evening pW (,at,ri"K t0 vlctroln m"s,<; untU moet nex' Th rB(lny mornlnK The club will moet next Monday a v,,r>' ,ato ho,,r- at the home of Charlon Jin Hoar nit| Those taking: pnrt in this de- 7th street at 8 o'clock. jliprhtftil entertainment were Misses , , jRnth Hedges, Hattie T.ouIbc Mer- Alfnrd, ; PL,IX r.AKK RAM? ' >111. Mildred Upton, Dotty The , Gleaners met yesterday tiff- Hazel Journey. I.illie Yountr. Irene 9:30 o'clock at the borne of Mrs. E, E. MeFariand, 811 Sixth street. CAMP FlftfS (ilttl/S Camp I/Off, Jitiie G, 19^1. If our ( girls...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 8 June 1923

i' •very afternoon except Saturday and Sunday moraine at Front Street by lite Orange Printing Company. Entered at t*e Orange, Texas. poatoffice aa second-class matter . t Member United Preaa Association. •bacrtptlon Ratra; ; In d«anre—oae month, 00 cr-ata; one year 90. foreign Advertising Rupre/wnutivus: Kalll-Burke, Inc., Brokaw Bldg., 42nd and Broadway, New York City; 113 South Michigan Blvd., Sf|;^iWWM|0, in. ' Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or reputation of «|T nny person, firm or corporation wblcb may appear in the columns ot The Leader will be gladly corrected Upon Its being brought to the Jpk Attention of the publishers. , , * ■ . Kl',Vol«Vhonca : All iM-partuieuUi No. 4 or 8& ' 1 IMNP TS;M 1 i"** i.' « v" — . fi'Ci ORANGE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 8, 1923. 1 : *r 1" i' % f?i1 > - t • li3r JIf A...,- ... .... 'J. "t J i ■> I "■ . f V . **^ ■'Wmm \ '-.{n k* y% ' v;^ Kf .;' • 01 R OBLIGATION The chamber of commerce is now holding its pri- mary electi...

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

L HI WtC i MHgwrw MmbsM i -\ '*'V ef KTO I$ £€ &-'V v kiTi; V m slS'v': 3>, l ft * |^7 ' . ' '" J1 / Bwf ' / V/ ♦M' ^'|i- .•wf I P' v) . J. / ; 'lvalue , of utimerouB inquiries *PMMlo Ag to who the 'holdovers were on the Orange chamber of commerce executive hoard by the members who !«V V0«Mi to clect " udditioual nictabera and because of the failure to make tfclf explanation in the budget sent to the voters, a request has been made for the namca. of •tliOHe holdovers to be carried by the Press. |, *The names of the holdovers are ns fdJl^Ws: B. E. McKarland, W. K. Le«,.'MJ. L, stark, S. M. White, b: K* Brown, K. Klshi. Jomea Alberts, Q.tion tf. Campbell. vO. D. Butler, 0. i W,' llucFarlane, ,'F4rank J. Dearborn, Rev. E. T. 'Drake and Wm. Held. thy voters arc not to vote for these hbldovcrs, but may resort to any 12 others on the membership last sent to them, for the election of 12 more directors. . 4 farmer's banquet' will lie given by'the chamber of conitperce on next Thursda...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 8 June 1923

i:;w *-$1 y«LMiKrno" .. ■ " toss ORANGE DAILY LEADER nil in WW r ; mm OPENING FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Corner 6th. and Elm Streets , June lOth., 1923 m if liaH ;• />{ jn 11 A. M. - Sermon By Rev. Geo. S. Pres. Centenary College, Shreveport, Evening Service-Sermon 8 P. M. - ,,u!j J it.D , i« .,«iv &1 #*) 5 *"■ :W1 t „' JUfcfeS?, .? Wi';*«( -«sakij{ 1 ' <-i 'fy '.•!' '.tiv-srq, i*$r. • teg 1>H«: adttl -V y Pres. Elder Beaumont District x ill and Rejoice With Them In Their New $ 11 OIOOO.OO Home NO COLLECTION ■fd% XVl*? tif f ts'.w? •Kitf* VJ tf'iST ,0* v 'i • i;rit >!J igsrgt V $v K*er?fc . X 'JpB ?. " mky&irfk tv£tf -vr laW'X vM^MHI t awt £ «<*;* .«#?*• qd * ,« • * • i*x.± * ••? ?• ..v« ■ « .■ t- 'x ■■lit. se'< <r e '«'{* ^-3 ' *M$r -jy ■i&ii ■JK- t4 x'.sc .?# iafrdl *v . '-3 « M f V Iff! f '% ifi& U i \£ut 5f 'I'M -iSi ?i . .. .|i :k <s, $,. "H THIS ADVERTISEMENT CHEERFULLY PAID FOR BY Crager's •i f Abes Inc. < J- t\' y Orange Furniture Co. t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 8 June 1923

ssn^i'r'/"v |t¥' fltt «l*ll rgB5*8mS® __. '■1 viSSy T-fc— — *o ft. n>. —— '— I siMii:;® «« msnr9 for 1«u~Umui S5c. "• ~ T" TEUCFHONK8 4 and M. :> N«-r_. I.'* 1 M r fm. ;.y. K -room apartment. modern. Alao bed-room. - Phono ■'■ [ ■ \ FOll RENT: Sty-room house on JPiae Street, next to Dr. Fearce Apply Joe Likud. FOR RENT: O'ffice rooms in Lucuu building. Apply Joe Lucas. FOR RENT: Nicely furnished light hoWjekeoping-rooins, 120.6 Cherry. *" ¥" 1 ' V 1 1 "*■■ in wfan HOUSES FOR RENT—See Fred Burton or phone 161. TWO OR THREE Urge furnished rooms, private family. For infor- mation call 821. S FURBISHED ROOMS FOR RENT— Fhotio 699-M. Mrs. John Nelson. FOR RENT.: Room close iu, with adjoining bath. ^'*08 Eighth St Phone 904. THREE ItOOMS for light house., | keeping. 712 Eighth St. Phone ( V* 748. ii 1 > New turn m J*. turpolian. „JWM$' 8. * Sorre® - 65. Reward. « ''' '''"I"' "I"' ' MISCELLANEOUS FOR FIRST CLASS carpenter and Job work, phone E. W. UHOHM- LEY, residence phone J131-M...

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

I |'.|| |.'|-'| M III1M iiiiiin l|H«li>|:; IP MS • izwMim —^11? •*> mmmmmmmmmmmsmmmm, HP, <# • «■■,- '•*' • - ■ • &gBEmv*3ai sar-v*' am#®' : ...,,y. ,1 l,„ -A-r/'v 0 /4D* / ■ // i / 's Most Event, Crager's .* • I * | Merchandise Moving Thus close the greatest event of its kind ever staged in this section. The greatest selling at low prices of dependable merchandise in large quantities that has ever happened in Orange. Saturday the last day will be a fitting end for such a Sale. Saturday the last day will see the greatest display of genuine, bonafide bargains ever offered during this sale. It is our intention to rival the first day in splendor of the offer- ing. It is our intention to lay before the public of Orange greatest number of attractive specials for one day's selling possible. Elaborate pre- paration is being made for this day. New merchandise will feature the event in all departments. Everything will be plainly tagged and every- thing will be guaranteed as to q...

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

" Mil I m ^F' ~ • ".' M*4W—fcif" A ,:;,/ * i i -i_ — —: {. . ■ :; R 01 _—__ - it/:,.:, :,almk t t ; - .■ . ■■ ■ ■ C „- ■. —^ ■ in im ■ ■ mr> >. M & w-jy* :{i;A m'-t *¥.* m W • ■. '■<}' ii' VStt* >.* '■& A ,:• ■ -in' .... ■ . s& nil ' '*: ;'v * rr-"tk£- ,'.... 'Irf-.;-. '/{.j Youthful Fisherijn a n Sort o' Soured On Trip Up River ;'.VA ^ ' W'/ • s4'iSi MM Stockholders in Propos-i M}t-. • , | ft f 'I 5 V fe:- m %y County • Officials Will l)DAIIT Open kids on Project 1 KUlll Is Held lar Session omorrow. For the purpose of setting an an equalization board 'and receiving bids (or the construction of the last 5 1-2 mile* of the tipper Beau- ont road, commissioners court will onvene Monday, June 11, at 10 ■ Millions of Doll&rs To o'clock. For several weeks the — — - ON IN commissoners have advertised for bids for the construction work nec- essary to complete the Beaumont road with a concrete highway reach- ing the entire distance. At 11 o'clock the board will re...

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

y'1"1"*"'1"1 ■"—i"'1 1 Em- m mm ' • ' I wmm w '"I'V ■'• > 1 ■* at the American Tues- b« on duy and ban, proton* happiness with her as wife to the governorship of state. COMING "MANHIiAUttHT&l* •v,*:," v yJ*\i+c B. DeMille's a IvuMi if; Flay That Startles Movie World to be Pre- sented Orange Show Goers at Local Play- house. m": p J P" t! i . a ■4 ana the two quarrel, While speeding ou the highway, Lydia is arrested by Drutnuiond, a motorcycle policeman. She bribes him with a diamond bracelet and escapes. He decides to return it and pursues her. Not knowing his purpose, she speeds away. The machine skids and Drutnuiond Wealthy and orphaned Lydia'crashes into the machine and is Thome is a speed maniar and cou-j killed. Lydia is arrested for man- stantly craving for excitement. She: slaughter and O'Bannon, who be- narrowly escapes death by speedy lieves the girl must be punished Jng into the path of a locomotive! as the only means of saving her Itnd shatters the gate*, for which ...

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

? - ■ mm I I s« t ■&! WW > ■k \ A* *" > nflw. / \ •if At f k' Si ■**— ? -- •'--•**• — — i :;rm *j£mn " at— «:• !i" i 'tfflPW HRH saw JEErtFSBSW — ' Mr Htl M r . ii Mr*. D. C. nianrt. t darn«?s Ei W. IJrown, Sr., and Butcher Brown, Messrs. u. Mooro and VV. C. English. Social Calendar Mrs. pine, Cros'i M rn. Hn til' Mrs. p. in- MOXI>\> — Guardians ^vsncintion —■ J. K. Jorjrensen,' 12th and T: Uu p in. < *ani p Iladflco — lied headquarters, i p. in.' Ca III p Mudjekei W is — \Y c. r.rlRRH, 1 p. in. T. M !'. Chili—CIwim . Ho <•, 7i|i St.. S p. in. "ublic Library — Chamber "milnifiCe, 2 to 5 p. in. 't i csii \y— Tuesday Unciflub - J. n Ni-ff. 70S Cherry, C-tmp l.uta — Mrs. F I. Claiincli. at h'T home. Camp Tehas — Mrs. t'teotc Campbell, Eighth St, 4 p. in. v \sr A. — Mary Hlo« 1 *11)i St., 7 p ni. v. i :i>m*si>\v— Melii• ia!ikt Yoiiuk Peoples Aux- iliary Mury Holm on, South Border St., 2:"0 p. oi. Mornlnp l>:p and Breakfast Y. P M. s , r, ;i in. I'oK.in •" ...

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

Ill Sir*/. Now * P '' ! SS" ci* Dn« reflection upota the character, landing or reputation o( person, firm or corporation which may appear in the columns o ler will be gladly corrected upon Its being brought to the of the publishers. i: All Departments: Mo. 4 or M, 1 • "v ■ ;~v f'f:«;■ % ' wP K9 . !'V '■■Si ORANGE, TEXAS, SUNDAY, JUNE 10,1923. "■ . i '■ * t ¥ m 11 m- 1|M RELHilOUS IMPRO VEMENTS IHi'ls - . ! S^^;^The Methodists of Orange are to be commended wk ®**d congratulated on their new home. It is a monu- ment to the faith of their church, ,and to the faith of H ^^^gntion. It is a handsome structure, and fe one in which the Methodists of Orange will be given K an opportunity to expand, reach out, and help in build- ing up and improving the city Few cities in the south with the population of Orr ange can boast of such beautiful and modern church structures. They are a distinct credit =$0 the city and to the various denominations which have helped build them. They are monuments to...

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

i' ;■ ft ■ ":i- . -— tov -iff 1. !l.*V i: ' JUrr/--. ■ ?'} j', '■ I wmB j. life'3 0,' •■' $ 'W ••' . . ffiSEssii J Hr BwM fc ®fr{' ' (HpC .>< h- . H|g ■ ■ter- I I m? Bp— 1 L > ;V' ■fif ■ . t « ■; . ., , ._Ffy, ^reSPsrell the ynited States, Canada and abroad and ulso for use on Ford- son tractors. The Fordite plant, begun about m • at*#* steam for a period of fifty minutes.) Hot as they conic from the steam ovens they are soft and pliable but within a short time after they are four years ago something as an ex- placed on the cooling racks they ■■M ...mm - w W w p - j mi 'if i ^ > «nH,>■ Se« fv'ti/SH "77 , V - ■ * V ,.tf : 1 >4+ w "% i DETROIT, Mich., June 9.—One ^liHHt) .of the Ford Motor company's texpaitslon program, entailing the expenditure 'fef^ihilUona of dollars Is strikingly Illustrated in a survey of Improvements made In the as- sembly plants throughout the coun- try, all of which have brought bet( ter business and employment condi- tion's to the several ci...

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

I ' m' 1 i m \ & ? P>,«: # M n yuLHf :v;: a! v,;? ,.■ 'ijT - •■ «4^.W • t *. «v*>SW V'iAJ.r <m\ m ♦!•% 1 41 vWr r T r- £v •• .-• WiH Be Offered In The Most Thrilling of All Sal? •r5 I; Sk Kg The Orange Furniture Co. Must Have Room For \ ■> • . ; , ' New Furniture Immediately V ^ k Clean-Up Sale[ i ■ - An Amazing Out Pouring of Fine Furniture! A Powerful Low-Price Drive Starting Monday, June 11th. . t - % The Orange Furniture Company buyer leaves for market June 15, to buy new furniture, which will be shipped as soon as it is purchased. We must make room for this furniture and make room immediately. Realizing that only the lowest prices will induce you to buy heavily, we have priced everything at its lowest. Prices are made during this sale on fine, dependable furniture, that have never been made before. You'll save real money -and you'll intsantly recognize this fact when you see the quality of the furniture here advertised. You can now out- fit a home at a saving of...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 10 June 1923

K mm -M* mmm JBftS®EP Wmb'ti xm p, ■■:•; ■ B^Xsfl. ii • « FOK ltENX; Modern close In apartment, buu parlor and every convenience. Ring 133 4 and St . No ada •4,000.00. 408 Market St. &appt m Btofe*1:' I ' v ■' • • i,f. I • fe' A fc: j I 1 1 A"-' [.V', •' FOlt RENT: Koom clone In, with adjoining bath. 308 Eighth street. I'hone K04. FOR KENT—Two-room uiurtmenc, modern. Also bed-room, l'bone 945-J. FOR RENT; Office rooms la Lucas building. Apply Joe Lucks. FOH RENT: Nicely furnished light housekeeping roomu, 1206 Cherry. HOUSES FOR RENT—See Fred Burton or phone 161. FOR BALE: Overland "30" first class mechanical condition. Terms If desired. Good rubber. Phone 04 or 1111. Furniture Store for Sale 16 b f c Our business in Orange will sell. Cash or credit to suit purchaser, at very reasonable price. -JONES O'NEAL FURNITURE C.O. See J. O. Burton, Mgr., or E. 0. O'Neal, General Manager, Beaumont, Texas. MISCELLANEOUS TWO OR THREE large furnished rooms, private family. For ^infor- mation...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 10 June 1923

ilw^ W^:Wmk JPfa> Hp Formally Opened Here Toda loe, roses, and ferns beautified the 3:39 o'rloek it I the. cOi#t Wring room and dln^ mom whore "by Judge T<|tum. a few friend* the games wer« played. - Iwitnessed the ceremony after which A tempting salad bourse of sal^d.lthe happy couple returned to Pdrt wafers and led tea were served atjNechea. 1 . , • "• I* the conclusion of the game. Those enjoying this moot llghtful affair were Mr. and Mrs Ing services Rev. W. R. Brown =■ ial Services to Mark'W>" nct hold hJfl rc*u,nr service* • Kathcrine Bruce returned day from the Virginia. . £ X.I p j, ;on Sunday night at the First Bap- . ining of New fcxh -•tiat chunh. Morning services will jPSKie on Corner of Elm'1*™ U8U*K J C iL o* «. I Browning, pastor of /\nd OlXtn streets. 'the First Christian church said that ele Moss left yesterday this ponKrcgation would turn out tuout to visit frieuds BV HOWAIIO Mc\|%HO\ , for the dedication services at the Sweetbrisr College, Miss Georgia Mo...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 10 June 1923

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 10 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
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