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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 14 June 1923

SW w®& 'J- s y. >1 *#yr If | «s *& * '• Vi V j" . WmSHM IIPPWP PSjBSt'. --■ Raws Wm arii & wfifj&i s ' <F* VOLUME IX. ORANGE, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 1923. i NUMBER Overthrow Present Regime EMERGENCY BILL FOR SCHOOLS IS GIVEN APROVAL ving Boris'v Throne In Doubt as Peasants De- mand Republican Form of Government. TRIESTE, June 14.—Stamboul- lsky and bin army of peasants In- tend to oust Kin* Boris and declare Bulgaria a republic as booh us they capture Sofia, the capital. Passengers on the Oriental Ex- press, which arrived here today, said that numbers of the former president's army boarded the train •a it traversed Bulgaria, and sliput- ed "on to Sofia.'' The peasants an- nounced their intention of over- throwing the king and making Stamboullsky president. Converse With Entombed Miners House Adopts Commit- tee Reports on Measure And Blocks Another Called Session. King Boris la said to have sup- ported the revolt whereby Stam- boullsky and his peasant govern-...

Publication Title: Orange Daily Leader, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 14 June 1923

'tflf ■[Mi- i, $|5^PW mm THE ORANGE DAILY LEADER l«Mlii ' ■■■«■ $ w< it p-; if KFi a,f V:'. 1® FRENCH SHOOT GERMAN VONAN Soldiers Said to Have Shot Each Other COLOGNE. Germany, June 14.— More disorders in 11n- Uuhr valley j were reported today French i troops shot a German woman nearj Berne, according to advices recelv-l ed here. The Herman version ofj the shooting is that Freneh soldiit's i at Dortmund shot each other in ai quarrel ovt r a prostitute who had; been arrested. Arts of sabotage <m the railway Girls Organize Overseas Unit Among Young Women Who Served United States During Conflict lines and telephones oeeured Liblau. Duisbur and Mulheitii in Beaumont Men Inspect Land To Grow Figs J. C. Kisentrout, county agrieul-f tural agent of Jefferson county, Mr De Yonnir, one of the most sue-j cessftiI and most widely known fie growers of Jefferson eounty. and j A H. l'rinee. superintendent of, 1he sub-experiment station there, are in Or* ti Re today to -nake aj survey of the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 14 June 1923

from year <?• You will be amazed to see how the use off "Bull" Durham will cut down the cost off your smoking. How is it possible to give you quality at the low cost off 10 cents ffor 50 cigarettes? ANSWER: The government tax alone on 50 machine- made cigarettes is 15 cents—5 CENTS MORE THAN THE COST OF 50"BULL" DURHAM CIGARETTES TO YOUl • 4 The average smoker saves $1 to $1.50 a week by "rolling his own'3 from t(Bul!"~or from $52 to $73 a year. This makes i Chnstrtias fund—or gs^yi; ;«>r a fine >► v v I r • X v'm mm mwBi H m '/M GENUINE m m % Guaranteed by O e<zsi^<so p Guarantee 7mS JhMjUr.

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 14 June 1923

■Pmm ■Mm Mr 1 mas orwnge dmly deader ' iV"'' . *;%■ V- 'A' '• •:*£'< ^ THURSDAY, JUNE 13,1928. '' '' *JI REASONS WHY 3g Farmers and rural residents of Orange County have been invited by ten live merchants of Orange to come to Orange to trade. Below are ten big prices offered by them with the prices in any other town and you will see that there are more than ten reasons why you should trade with each dp every purchase. Not only your patronage but also your friendship is sought. A friendly welcome awaits every farmer who comes to these stores. Sj come to Orange where a bevy of low prices awaits you. If you live in Orange County trade in Orange where your dollars talk the loudest. \ j - m !v M ■ KM if m m,w !wm Wt. A Modern Department Store At Your Service The items priced below give you an idea of what you may expect in all departments at Hodges. $ 12.50 Florsheim Shoes $8.33 V . • B1 ack and brown kid, high tops and Oxfords, calfskin, rubber heels. \\ nun n - I iimi|i>, si en| ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 14 June 1923

:,VJUNIS 14, 9MRMMU ijfrijti&i .•% •*Wvi&diiltiiii& RiBf? j(-*t^^$*'!$(5M0\ ' ^sSfiwdwll® Slfe#® 2 ;,i -. 1.. fr* & i&sH 'r4a f —p—1 K?m re®n« why y°u «houId come. These merchants offer superior service and quality and a hearty welocme to their stores. You are invited to compare the on*^P 0 trade with these merchants means that you will receive high quality merchandise at surprisingly low prices. Satisfaction is guaranteed you with Soecial plans have been made whereby you can save on every purchase whether it be a mouse trap or a tractor. Avail yourself of the opportunity and A <pH 4 \ mmmi 1 a sbJ $ Business" Friday, Monday €'«., Orange, Texas*. We art' ko1i|K tt lilirreatte t l f liujiiiK |K) Vr of rat <Vol bum* we want. Volume wo Ml m m '■ MEN'S UNION Jail's 75t I'iiIo* SmKh,. made of k<hhI qualll) elieekeil Nalll* tMMik. roomy and full- «-nl, ex- tort ftJH'vlal—— W v-. 49c Dresses 1 :*nd Dot(t^J SwImmh, regular value ^0N'«— > [•Sale of Women's $15...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 14 June 1923

; ' * "f _______________ SpipBflPb yV Jftifi&iaai; !, tiuiiliA, "'' *§S8Ski J 'ffi'TwS® wr .—_u> . , - .fttraSR THE ORANGE DAILY LEADER THURSDAY, JUNE 14, HP f.: m ■* ir; m % flWtftod mr aftwnoon «rc«pt ••turd*/ and Bandar morning at 106 Front StrMt by tfct Orang* Printing Company. Sstarad at tlM Orange, Tnu, postotfic* aa aeoond-claaa mattar Mam bar United Praaa Aaaoclation. ftnbacrlptJom Ha to: la >rtri>fr on inatfi 00 ceata: om mar H. foreign Advertising Raprasanuuraa: KnlU-Burk., lac.. Brokaw Bldg.. «lnd and Broadway, New Tork City; US Soath Michigan Blvd., Chicago, 111. • 'Any erroneoua reflection upon the character, standing or reputation of any person, firm or corporation which may appear in the columns of The Leader will be gladly corrected upon ita being brought to ibe atteation of the pubUattera. All Deparuncwta: Ne. 4 ot ML ORANGE, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13, 1923. Everything Comii -•jSJUrv / TAXABLE VALUE OF BANKS SET First National Given ^ Highest Valuation ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 14 June 1923

v'W V Ifi.fi L „i 1 I I I I u K • • \1 I " I ■■r il ••''il.' I ai 1 r t, wit I THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 1928. .il '- — tMtfl RSwsSSEOT, BPHH ssas'ra^ji*: 1-™ Sk5M .V ■/:*-. : ^ •■". .MM! ■ > i ■ m i Tiffi OZJ> HO«fi TOWN—By Stanley isements taken m late m 10 a. m. saw® day's paper. AnytMjig lo after 10 o'clock will appear In t|y next d«y'* edition. fled ads are payable In aowpce. Tliey will be taken over 1%, phono through courtesy • but bare change ready when the boy calla ll.\TKH: 10c a Hue for first insertion, Be a line for all following insertions. (Six words to the line.) No uds accepted for less than 20c. IKLUl'HONKH 4 and 88. FOR RENT HELP WANTED I"'01l KENT CO L F.... FOll IlENT: Onti downBtair apurt- ment. Phoiie 302, or call at 803 Muln. FOR RENT: 3-room apartment with buih aud all modern couve- nltiicua, $5.00 per wouk. j. E. TWO-ROOM house lor rent. Apply to J. Y. RHJ5VES, luG Grtxu Ave. RING 'JU2 tor (urulahud or unfur- uUheil rooms with all convcii- leuit'8. FOR RENT: L...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 14 June 1923

aommat . «;H ■ililiPiPP^'^F WWW >ay, june 14, 1928. r'■ ^^' ' ' '|'i m m ■ i ' | THE ORANGE DAILY LEADER PAGE ■BBfi page eight if*#* '>.* w ■:W tfc rm ■ K «,V|' m-- m " -rv 111 S8k 1:/ &•« m Wi- tt B®. .. IHfc ii'i: B#'3' mm?, m rraSsfl* ■'• Jt ■tap 11§J sfei#' Ifefihpit ■ S«®K.*v If;'.; Utte mf- ifflEK ; #■ i W un T oman j OCIETY finding the prlae which proved to be u string of beads. Orange sherbet and cake were eiived ut a late hour. the very rich would have thought ot spending |6U on a trade trip. Heme iu her when people Walked u halt mile to .save carfare? Social Calend ar IHIKSDAY— Thursday afternoon at the fol- lowing places the Presbyterian :ircles will meet at 4 o'clock: No. 1—At Mrs Lee Wood- worth; No. 2 — Mrs Hunn Beas- ey; No. 3—Mrs Henry Litch- field; No 4—Mrs. E. W Aii lemon; No. £—Mrs. It. B Uo- ree; No. 6—Mrs Addie Cook. Al| IUi|itiH Circles: t'irelf |—Mrs. J. S. McBeath, 706 I'ark (ivruuc, 3:30 I- m. Circle 2— Mrs E E. McKar- iand. 811 Sivth street, 9'3&l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 15 June 1923

•H;^1 IP ,>fjv, -.', ^, s<v!v. ffiJW fJv ar^ VOLUMti IX. \*M;r >* '.. ORANGE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 15, 1923. JLsJL V ■-/■*■ '■• ••"•• 'T?fev ' ■ ■" 1 - •", ■ " ■.■■■'— IT . '.a «.).u 'VI ■. ' ARMER-BUSINESS MAN IANQUET PROVES TO BE IG EVENT OF SEASON Science Fights Hard Against Odds Trying 1 o Conquer Disease : NEW YOIIK, Juno 15. Throe Ereat strides wore taken today in the fir.tit of science to COUIIIrl' din ease. \ possible explain! ion of the cause of •cancer was advanced by rominent Agricultural Experts Over State De- ,,on"111 r A Mu"M c'h',n,i8, ,,f • * •. a i ii r w t • . I'hlladelphin, who r«t t rlltiit cd the liver inspiring Addresses Before Enlhiiftiasf 1C baffling disease to an exc< hh of Gathering of City and Country Folk at Cham- i« mtiv Tiertrons of energy m ceiis AMENDMENT T 0 &T Aver, HAY LAWS Is Exhibited I ^ li ij(f rANAKY ■ °ne °f thp m°Rt «- M liibits Bbown in tliitt city for some time has been seen in ' fiif> Goree Albright Urges People I)ru,K n...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 15 June 1923

rAGBJ TWO ORANGE, TEXAS 75c Organdy, best grade, 40 inches wide, all colors, special Anniversary Sale price, yard FRIDAY, JUNE 15, 192$. THE ORANGE DAILY LEADER ORANGE, TEXAS 4 4-inch Imoprted Swiss Organdy, all colors, regular $1.50 value, spec- s,u* 75c price, yd. / DRY OQOPfe ca SECOND 36-Inch V r luted Voiles, all colors, regular 4 5c values, special Anniversary Salo price, yard 21c ull shades, pretty C9c Printed Voiles designs, special An- niversary Salo price, yard «J%FC UK ISbk.' m %M, \ Sifefel - ; SMW* mm flM ■lip M 1 m 9 Mi «:'• •• 1 .. v f \ •v 'A BSs IBP; ' ' t : ratii,' ■ ■ MK8r;,j-.g- Kjii' BilsA Ww Crepe Underwear Ml Colors Reg 29c Special • 18c Oil cloth Regular 40c Value Special - 29c V'//> / 27 Inch Gingham Regular 18c Special - 10c STARTS SATURDAY 200 $2.50 Suit Cases Special $1.00 Celebration Extraordinary! Public Is Invited To Participate! Nathan's second birthday will be celebrated with a bargain festival never before attempted in Orange, Texas. Elaborate pr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 15 June 1923

* / <4 k friday/june 15, 1923. the orange daily leader npT\ / p \ L H Uvea to 'etui tlicm to COIlHlll'T 111 offer to reduce roUM to thr funn- ier,-; even below ";i fail' i ft tun'' Social Calendar lirldi;o I':I! • y Coyati'v <• Itl It. d r II,. I.. C'11hi mint' :>II• ] M i"! • ji'o Wil h ii e, liu ii•> Mi- ,■ p. 1.1. V I M. ;Mi- . lj«irt iii<■ I'ui'.nsi', '.mi, ; i ,cuth :-;troot, .!: .in p. in. I'u I in v i ii •.!,.«;, p. in. til . ' Ii :t III I I' <i! I Olll till I I'D. S \Tl Til \\ — I-'and i, t X.-,|e V l> M, '' I 'v I Iplm-OJl'i ,• HtliM \\ i M,; \ ■ , m>siov\liv NOC'll.'n A w U ! ■ i'• |i:l red pim-1 a m wi.a KlVen ;it t Ii, III, t>t Inc. hi' I h" M ' t' - "'list VV t > • 111 • 11' \| r smiia ry soi-nly til III'* 'Mil I'll j «•:;11'I'll.'t v .<i i•'I*11■ ><tn .'It foil I O '. Im l( Tile Sil Ii i '• I of | ||f Mr Hi' I i !' i ■ n 1111 f t. Memorial was 111 't'cni t .i! M i's !'('nniil was i'u' !•' 11 al«* t in i: 'ionsrv i n «If M.>i |,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 15 June 1923

rut ARAN r rvw •■*%..,■ , ■ I JrW5 WIWT -'(I, ■ 1 ■ -i ■ ■ 7i- - ■ : - . . . - —' . .. > . . . WRANGE ■ - i - ' •• -r- .:*•• « —-« HRRPIRI *b<| 111 dftoruoon except Saturday and Sunday morulas *t 106 nt Street by the Orange Printing Company. ,— tho Orangu, Texas, postoffice as uocoud-clasa matter ■ Member United Press Association. t*$l In niviim-c—out* month, SO conta; one year ffl. .•tag. Hot r s«MjCativoH; Knlli-Uurko, Inc., Hrokaw Bldg., Broadway, New York City; 112 South Michigan Blvd., ; No Excuse for Police, Now J I) ■ • 5«f Vjf ' V1®® <1 erroneous reflection upon (he character, rtabding or reputation of S* Her*°n* firm or w,rl,ora,,<H> which may appear in the columns of • The loader will be gladly corrected upon its hoing brought to the V Attention or the publlshera. TdcphoiKt: All Departments: No. 4 or 88. > 4 A j ORANGE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 15, 1923. TAKING OUR CHOICE On July 3?s Texas will decide its good roads status when its people either accept or reje...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 15 June 1923

WW:- % • - jA il '#£>: i> I , *-■ \ ♦ . S"' I' ?>N t'S * ' " "■f'TT ' III mm 1)1 II. mi e#t Citizen of i, at Salvation waiting Grim Reaper's'F1 1 .i>yiiV' 'i.'■■ 4unt Mury,7 who oldost ■ })1yneer of 0bw>jgK^|,r£jde8 lior Mnje.gasMjp * ,. ■'« 111 '' ■1 liv Miyppvo MOltltiH Miss Mary SliumouSj known uioro generully to the Orttngc populace H "Aunt Mary," Blts ut the win- dow or her room in tho Sulvutiou Army homo,. and looks out wlicre the wide e*pmn o of green meets y, I'wlioce ,t,he tjluo byglnjs" witti the calm, Impenetrable wisdom df sev- en-two years. "Xi>nt Mary*' greets hfr visitors With,, u chlldllku, naivete, aud ex- tends u IJmp, frail, little hsnd ihut would Implore her vlsltor't; ten- derness, and with a wlt-tfu! little smile, not untoui'liod with its palUi audi accepts her visitor's sympathy. There jjre shadowed vagaries in "Aunt Mary's*' eyes that would In- dicate a faith of lou« years In the spirit rather than in the flesh. Perhaps the almost childlike ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 15 June 1923

w - '? ;i Era!:' : ■■"Tte iv. ■$!$!$ mm \iww,'.wf 'Tr.'flX $mmw ■ ■■ « PAGE SIX THE ORANGE1 DAILY LEADER FRIDAY, JUNE 15, 1923. It's The Laugh That Count For "Fatty As He Tries Come-Back After San Francisco Episode Mu' IS'; The Campaign Is On Women's $1.75 One - Strap .Kid H o u s e . Slippers Rubber Heels, at $1.45 TO INCREASE OUR BUSINESS! TO LOWER RETAIL PRICES IN ORANGE! $1.25 Percale House Aprons Trimmed Nicely— 89c Sfr. BY \K.% Service , If il.i- o ' CHICAGO, June 14 - — I.auitu' ; • 'inujtli. ia,:e \ ,il h- ; \.r mu\ • day ! «• the immediate oh.,. < :n< i. «ii:«vteU U.- A •_ N "Fatty ' Atbttrkle's "foin'ebacV"] If Ihrv tin t 1? us appearance hire. inn Ih> (onuuia't "Wr!!. I'll uke a t'-i'.r. b ri • will I• ■ 11 :iii) iue ii "s ii<> laiiitlnus: , > > !u.-ii n {.^ - -ip _ j>; matter. * Th. , aU .a s • M1 [ . I' pou t ho volutin- and spottta'ti ■ a 'ari:*i.-gtC p:i>;a.MC< i>. A! It.y uf t!11>m l.i nuli> ti«i • •> it;. - ' X- m|.:s •«. uk...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 15 June 1923

'm? >S*§. NlBSgw ■ SI' 'XSBBP®^ «*>< . ^.L. . .. ■k- > a''-,V: ,>;* - 4f. '{ tj$**d6nl$ Hfcj ''t tl j®|;. - mm / SI * :% | ^^Bv- v , - W'W ,i'4c(- /'ll'SfB • -ifj- '1 v'M, - ■BK' '''*11 %?S .'sS1 I' •>$ 7 m 19 B ■ iA'' * - 4 ♦ ft, pj.' >ftst T§|p V; 5P *fPlj 6RSNGE tTAItV t T~~T~T ~r • _i_ . MB ^BPaM' r$'*' iP^WSfc m H', '/'* r>;;'C',;l:- ••.■:. -'v.,•>-'M jM! ■'. 'I ' mi Ill ilnl .ill ii I i i I'iKiiiiHii.m Classifies T"' '•' -'^'Tv. •'•.•,•• • ' r^i... . m io •. m. ements aw d«|'l paper. Anything coming in the next day's edition. CImsI- Taken as In «(t«r 10 o'clock will appear fled adf are payable la advance, they will be taken over the phone through courtesy, but have change ready when the boy calls KATK8: 10c a line for first; Insertion, So a line for all following Insertions. (SU words to the line.), Mo ads accepted for lass than 80c, TELEPHONES 4 and 88. ,i FOK RENT * Olt HUNT: One dowuHtalr apart- ment. Phon« 302, or call at &03 Mum. ' \ I OK KE...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 15 June 1923

m mamm ■Mai t • THE ORANGE DAILY LEADER €* ■ "w: - FRIDAY, J WE 15 Wmm !te;t GIRLS IR CONTESTS EglgpPI Bill . * 1 ™ ; —ts To Stale Event fclSi V'To Be Chosen ^ . ' local contestants for the clot hi UK .out. at. Which Will OkMtt at the Texas AgricultifTal mid Mechanical College from July 20 are rural school girls in county between iSeleppvs ot 18, who will be present at initiation contest in Orange 19, for the purpose or de- ug the two delegates who in fin MWr $V v '- represent the (Ouatv. The award of u free trip to A. M. to atajr during the t«a days j ^ the contest will last, which # ,. be determined in the elimina hlon contest, is based on B' e best Jfe clothing act, comprised dT' demise, of gingham dress, and slip, nnd fy oil the best record of productive work in clothing, together with the in this section. l'llltefiiW j h*' MM. was) i mi1ar to the xu'illi!.ii'y.| uinrsh gra«.s, ami onlv a short tlim , t>gw was found to be a commercial; forage crop, explaining vaiioiis i<\-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 17 June 1923

W?■' ' m w m f/M' - ■4 P' § SR i, n y,.V; ... p- miP If \v. . *• t % & If; W A-- WP h ' |«fr i p 4 *1 [M; g|r:. 1 V r. J I ■ « • ■ 1 H ■ m 1 Wm l ' 1 J u> I 1 1 . • BRISK DRILLING NOW FORECAST IN LOCAL HELD Orange T erritory Pro- mises to Increase Pro- duction When New Wells Are Sunk Into Sand. A new spirit 01 optimism seemed to permeate tUi' atmosphere in Or- ange Saturday ub a number or oil. uicii discussed with local business jucu the prospects for future activ- ities in the oil business . Loi-ai business men in reviewing the situation Saturday declared ,tlial they liud come to recognize that the oil industry wan entitled to litnk first place in thin city and the community us a whole. They gave It aa their opinion that the oil industry was the source of the greatest financial streams flowing at thin time. That the oil business liat; con- tributed the greater part o t the financial strength that was necea- earv In the construction of the sev- eral new buildings and the-^nod...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 17 June 1923

36P ■ i —u. ■'".«••" ato!' w: ' •■*?••,< . 1 •" ■'. V*(5s« i'jDB ~"mr " ___ . J ; <•# ;aJ' /-,#'* ggmwi- fre«s5M.W - ■ * ^.v'W'i ;'■"/' ; ■; ; I wt.'rS SR^ - ::• •'•/ • M ■ :-i wl9HRU it,i« . _ :#P STATES TO KEEP PARTS CLEARED OF PAPERS AND TRASI m,! !■,. Bp li m I i JSm- riP? Rw* ■ t" 1| * fw tw'V '■!?J" H. The campaign to interest motor T&cationists in the movement in- Stitned by the Motorists League for Countryside Preservation to keep camp sites and highways free from papera or other litter, is meeting with enthusiastic cooperation, it was announced at the league's head- quarters today. Hundreds of letters and pledge cards, containing promises to "clean up" after stops along the roadsides, are being received daily. The re- sponse is not confined to men in public life but covers also the so- called private citizen who "tunes up" his flivver for week-end out- ings during the hot summer months. William G. Shepherd made a per- tinent query when he mailed in his pledge rece...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 17 June 1923

I iMtTfi-.- }>■ Y,*'vv: • WW 4791/XI1 J. « M ! / *1 4UJ- Xli J.VMU ipppfg ' ^f-1 I III Ii1f % I nil ■ I Bpr ISR Hp IIP mmm ■i'll wifwiHS Hr- 'MjM liB.-'iiuM & '/Jl ^ m |2 |p{^: K: 'mi daS Vn ■ ■ fer- ■* m',* M • 'f if* / I At % '"■""" '"""'""i*— —j ■ ■ ■ ■ ' ' ;..—-^KgBgawasMM'if«,iwa I, .1,-1" " "'^ bmans *fi«•$$* ■MMiMPi i I a L ■ |PS;;3M ' "•\'i k and lino HfrmiH. II(U.>) missions j LAl'TIST OIBCLI.j 1 worn iitiiili.il, the u~>l! thn , Tii. Baptist, Circle 1 met Thurs- Social Calendar MONDAV— Carol) iiadeco — Cross llCUd<JU.llti'l;: lit 3 |), 111. Party — Camp Hudcco, Bed Croas hi'tHl(,tiHi'toi'H, X p. in, l'amp M udjckecwls, 4 p, ni. Pujillc I.ibi uy -— ('handier of eomiiicr<c, 2 Ui !j p. in. Tn< ki y i'.irly Country dub for Monday Prldfe dull, h p, ii|., Mrs. J ,| n il,mi :unt i\li . Joe M illel', o-,l i",M' :. T l„' II \ i — <IM | 'I''■ • i;t ! — '«) .• Steele C. mphf li I) p. i ,. <'.■ >>iii I.ill I "^11 1'. 1 C! illle'll I Ii i• r llOllle. V...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 17 June 1923

LIF'' !"v moraine at *•*- nutu, U.' , ' - IHJ ton m* r soui > IW Brokaw B1 Michigan Blvd"! as reflection upon the character, etandlng or reputation of cm, firm Or corporation which mar appear la the column* of will b« gladly corrected upon its being brought to the H| - % pV*;. ■ ~'L R«S|'''i ' .-Its iisl. . of the pobllstier*. : All UejMtrtmentet No. 4 or 88. ORANGE, T SUNDAY, JUNE 17, 1923. — [Bp. W$H H. AUTOMOBILE MURDERS Never a day goes by but what we pick up the news- paper and read of from one to ten people killed. They Either meet death at the hands of a fiend, the gunman, stabbed, victims of a train wreck, or run down by an automobile. Usually they were struck by "a speeding car" When an automobile runs down and kills a person the driver of that car committed murder nine times out of ten. Right, some accidents of this nature, are unavoidable, while a far greater majority of them are avoidable. > ' r " Orange has its share of automobile nuts wflo believe that the street...

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