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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 17 June 1923

/ J ,A - :■ 1 mk %:■*' BHHBnBBBHBBUWMl r- ' - <--<v pfJS mm ^ •■ \',J? W&mmK ■■■ ■'.?*"■. ■ OT J " i kK-fV SV> HH ■KK'..; 1% .•''" ,V~ • M 'M m ;• $.«; •. _J§> tffc'"' B|v.v. pr./. ,' '"'"I i*n' m- U JJfl fe'-v SeSv. f ■v,-® "'v n Orange For Second Against Local Crew V,Crowd Expect-1 n'Kht' *lth0UBh there may be ^ " chaneo or BO. Tim ninrrmiHn *. C*" J TL .change or bo. The DlutnoudB ure ed to &xteila 4,hem- expecting one of the hardest fought mJvm WLn 'T K' ir g,,mt!B ot the sea o« wl erf they face fir* ...7 nen„.f, ?, 6 y the Elks and will «o Into the Meet "Hello Bills" at ' ■jWest End Lot. Champion Worried Over Shortage Of Funds at Shelby, But Keeps on With Training for Fourth of July Scrap A the1 Elks and will go Jnto the fraca* this afternoon to fight from the first inning, according to Rosa Heallp, who lately has taken over tho field management of tff? club. BATHING POOL TO BE OPENED New Name Spurred on by five successive vic- tories, and a determination to...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 17 June 1923

is*®®"! mmm i i;-...' i -.1BBaBHw V" I . •■;• ^:iv . rV#lfc^* WWw.f*"MfW • r ' ■ i/\ifrr'■'•^ffliifc^lHgi^liltif l®fil ' ifeai : MB! I raB^^lSs, ifi TKOOP 3 Troop 3 net at tla« Presbyterian torch at 7:30 Friday night About :5 scouts. the scoutmaster and one Meeting constated ; of business,, lection of duea, roll call, drfU^ * games. Our acout master. Mr Forrest Moss, resigned and the com ml tec are trying to select an-ithe district, other. We aurely wish Mr. Moss troop l has ,had not resigned, but as he has, ■pad will take a place on the troop Is expected that n large number of council members will be on hand to assist the court of honor in milking these promotions and awards and to encourage tlie scouts to make further advancement. pi ■ K' Emm. m There Is tin interesting contest On among the nine Star scouts of Ramon Stark of been leading this group toward the goal of Eagle rank until recently. Oran Phillips of Kirbyville troop is tied with Stark for first place now with 18 merit b...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 17 June 1923

m.t>?- ' 1 mi • ■•S i V.': V'Z' -'' " " ,,„y'— ^,y rags «# ri'-c. ■"' Irvja /' ';.••■ '■ "JW ' !ii';l,.;vi!',M^-:/.'\i- -m-'# .1,: '....V '• i'v•'■•/,■. ' •' /.''••.•«*. ,■• ■' (%• ilt„ ,( (n ' , * a jJf -iTpp^'rT1 h^n .-, .....^^SL.' $S SluR8TSS?)""no sr. r- v:'•■• t i • t / TCSr " ' - > ■ w FflR SENT ■ ." . • ■ip lb . T„T .UUIb ' ■■:.■> Tr?g?T. fuunishkd apartment, *•— J— - -j • •••«: <i venienees, reasonable. 1107 Main. Phono 213. IV*/" FOR RKNT: 3-room apartment with bath and all modern con- veniences. $6.00 per week. J. K. PATTILLO. l! RING 932 lor furnished a* unfur- nished rooms with all conven- iences . * >'■';' A:^1r r.. *& r^Y ■ ■ ||p! r •£*' fl '. K gfci Kff >' JSP '• ■ Ife FOR RENT: Light housekeeping room or bod room — modern conveniences. 912 Main. FOR RENT: Office rooms in Lucas building. Apply Joe Lucas. TWO OR THREE large furnished rooms, private family. For, Infor- mation call 821. ' , THREE ROOMS for light house keeping. 712 Eighth St. Phone ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 17 June 1923

msmm I NEWS (Continued from H|« J) .• • W "So Early in the Morning" «u teamed. ' :/£■' , Ah election of o(tic«ra «ms held I O. iYoveace friends . IIA VI'•!>'<J 1*4 MTV M^v end Mr*p J, Entertained a number of jat their homo, 1812 Short Pcventh! jitreat In 'Mpip' Miss SalHe SmlCf, ot OtBt, Tcxaa, who Is visiting ber;Pr,day to omo vl brother, Mr. J. w. Smith. . ut/*. P. J. S«r.*i Jho evening «u spent in danc- ing and playing games. Refresh-! ?I lr <*aa to Memphis after a visit in aprted to the following guest.: Sal-'0rw wHh hpr al8ter< Mrs. M(u, SSMAtmii ■ hsJB ' SSsffiSSS®' Z1 Ellis Karat of Beaumont spent visiting his als- Straltou. Mis. Pwul J. Winch has return-; FOR KONKUVE Forty Join Special Train Wa,t0" **$&% term would e*piro| Health Center Extends ^eli °n 11 °,00<) bn lod,,v v1 f uZL ,in 1826, but with u good hehayibrj^"^™1. ^ 1 W'i charge of bi!^ a fugitive froto **®rc 'clause should end July 18, 1923. J Work tO Settlement |Pt( W<yth| Texas, where he w« I...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 17 June 1923

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 17 June 1923

HP HI jp ^ mS mil' -v>:. «rt • SMS - (Continued "SO Early In ' JjjllpP*''*jr- tfpP RHlr. Ml ,t: - :■1 — I i Arm ! '■ 1 v — ... *ak.i rice pi «*<J§ ' • * /'&& „ ".A>kv*i',? , ."& !'iSA v- < Ski -■■■'. *> ■ " ■ . .'i't!®!- vv:- < A1 vl ■SPSBfi -- !t. . >;••<«* < r Slftl #««#% $r j^SK, * ■■ ft • ;• V 4 A^ : - « •/ ' ' VI41 'I: P V >4^.. Vfy- ft?:.'f•^'.•v':' " ' ' - - * {hwPMF™ gmiSJM,,;! ,il, f .> toSpfti? **; sf ., '■■■• '•>.■ s^vjv ;: , (T, ■?■;■■"■ /y... vj .-v-.::- . v^Cpi ".< " '■tvR>a/. . • , ■''A&--^ •' ■ i * V V *viM > ■ 'fcwt' I f~JW~ U3 « - | -■.>••- igjarayy -v; naia^sti ■M K- ,V$'' IMBI __ vMp tfmf* ,1 Ml "*.<•' ' *,* . ' S& Jalw ■ ;;tV-. f| Wivy- ®S ^ ^A^BRKJN) £ ''iif''- ' ■ .'S,-::V< (ISM > i ■ ,'V ■'■ ■ -' , ■ &%f ■",! v' fif,:' •<tl' / '" ■ '"'s - \ T yA v ' ■' '■ \ ■* .'• '" '"J 1 i'V,.«r../■'• j f. mismm ■■ • 1 "■ ■ mmmm ,„r. «•;■:« f * > -w r!.:v t?/-v < ; ..; ■ v •' • VbURtAH...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 17 June 1923

T^Au&'i frwm ■ — in iwm4 nir . * MVfiriiW 1 ' -1-4" ** y.">a-' -.i:,./ ■!.;.: ■ L_i.\.' .a i>* .' .,-•. . • NUMBER . >* ■■', T \i/r i IV^i ' ,j'jvijtv?u,wSucct, ■ rr '■ v.. ?•1 ■ ymwi — mM "V £ \J\£.,, V m L • tBSfcPWv ' ■ v?43 Ml !WWJ,( , 3 1" ^ >|H immy ws GO Awav UTTlg Bov * * "NO! DOmt Gtr A COOKY * WAkHA COOKY* HOMjO* S^SoHm * mKBHrJKkrrQF >k raU ■>.', >| '<' CI ir Z**y fe ••... .t BPSKjHffiH ®* ft \" HI 1 STO0T Pll DOT'1* He&"wC0 /,</> <* && _ wfiSQM 1 v 1 • .-f K t ? cJtMMV^ GOT A GOIR.U. cJtMMYd oar a ooiRL! woo- wow 7 m; Hh. tne ctHTnt round. Cattle and ng driven in gr«?at the direction of Etna, ption began at an early *0?V&u. if H« >35 Y*H * " MO^V • TA <e You 8^ morning with a territ- though the end ot to oeo. MOOf= es MB >5 MY me. The whot* d to have been '* lowed n rain which fell n h <routes after Mi MUCH 0S AV4V Tw© is 0 miaV wait W of vll- hom. :; and m HK1Hi. '' i >.Ufl Mt*5 MV' FRJ«MD battering i{M...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 17 June 1923

"i"' •** H I ? mm* _ RJragllfe v ;PW i* ■* £ m*: ■ v.> fwjjw! (Continued «KK U m «£■ -yjM If fijim ?&§' , i Tke Katzenjammer Kids HBSISBj! }<mSVP .*►. ife v. OH,CAPTAlN'. tX> Iv fjW'- . YOU SEE WHATj)Kt5wE!c!i Vo" au. Keep OFF 'M DtS HEAH ISlAtf W HE AH ~ ME ? PILES' \SIAM1> teepo*tL ■IMBI Itflrr TnV'^iif'i UlifMii ^/vteaaT) fNtiuX- \ I POvt)t>v.E) |PAOTM.£\ fcftOOMD '• we. \s\amoJJ AMENSl _ WE'RE ON THE P\G>M\E.s; \SL we LOST iTA"DOI>- GASTEO BUNCH UF MO\DERERS CHIMI ISS ON ERVTZ OH,"OEMV. AND WE'RE R\GHT IN THE STRONGEST CURRENT! VATER VASNT 50 VET- $veeth£ajrt AME CHUSTVUN _ MORE JtGGER UMD twS BKBY - «SS LOOSENED' /SEYv5ot^| jl SURRENDER! " enough L-r~ f NOSLE B0Y5 1 I SHAu.MA«H VoU feOTM PRINCES KUNK BOVst S!THEY\L MWa A STEW OP US! CKY-WtK! BOKKY-GOPP4. kkum-suck n-ee-uEE-! BOTCHY GAL L DONT ST AMD DER V W\OGE) BUT MY N*MEi MUtt! U- J) FOR DOT YOU *FE (I GET ADOUAR t SltlND AWVLLUF? 3 J sticker! hands ay vsatfflu uii® Y VA6NT t 6AHSFIED AT HOME ? LOOKO...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 18 June 1923

, ? IMHi K, J , • " •• ^ 1; '" BNral P^Rlfc MST1 i '■"••' '■'•^ ' K •' ml -:M <'■ ,-A.;. *? ;>.A*',K ; H.'.sV*. $ « —-— •■—, . --ii" ' " ; v.:/-'-;.:, f ,"T • .-J . ' • .•■At. . ' (V>- ' ' '$$$ ORANGE, TEXAS, MONDAY, 1 Sfv y. sl — * " ■* * I ■ Ml V II mmrnu^ <\ .,•■■.> -M I 4 18, 1923. _ , ,' v: T\f\y<,.! ?!t •* . . m \ ■i / . • Vy$ •\ •' ••• ('.- '^v V- il; 1%. Sfc f y t?,! rx I 'i. <A . 1 E. itt : >f ■ 9) it m r * / ' 4 Bums Returns For Rest New Premier ■ J5fL T Kidnaping Case Brought To Clobe When Is Returned to "ijiore Institution. }'& _ ■ ,; -v. ' %. A thorough investigation into the treatment Jp Inmates of the Home of the Daughters of Euchrlust, , a Catholic chlldrens' homo in New Or- leans will probably be made Imme- diately aa a result of promises made by the Baltimore authorities when *P Haxel Burns, former Orange woman, and stater of Judge Martin Diet, Jr., was released from custody la Nt* Orleans Saturday on a charge of having kidnaped five-yea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 18 June 1923

'M'lft'i •• <&.1 i4A #v-'fv' •« :W( t —.t; MfttlWtftM MB «mw SARAH Housewife Politics Declares One MY MARIAN HALE NEW YORK, June IS.—What women have leaned managing homes, husbands and children should make them valuable con- tributors to the political activity ol the nation. ' r,v This is the belief of Xlra. Emily — ' feV' m -a v* u Politician jfeV- P4KABt4 Mt toy fashionable con- . . . . . .. Jm\ O wmt lulled Sara—is derived from l^Wt,U B}aiT> vi«:e ^airman of the Rp a Rood old Biblical name and re- j^ocr-.tic National committee. ~ calved its right to sturdy religious sis nlficance since it iirst attached to the wife of the patriarch Abraham. H is derived originally from a vert) meaning to tight or to rule and the name of Abraham's spouse Sarai (quarrelsome) was thus con- verted Into Sarah (the princess). If we may judge from the example of tbe bride of Tobias, the daughters of j Sarah were occasionally called by her name and Zare Is used as an eastern , Dame. Similarity ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 18 June 1923

J&li HSiCt >*; -.v Np 1 , |P . . fSBfe#* Jltir-' m:> • m- ~ b *> </■ tMWwWM mm vrnm uM- HH {<"■' f.T id iJ9 mm * ■■■'. . j' .... . ^ • '' \ '* ' 1 V " .«" 111 1 ■ af, 7 o'clock in the church parlor and diwtussed matte** of Impor- tance to the two departments who will he joined for their opening nnd dosing exercises in the basement. | It wfim reported that the MM'ime- dlate Department owes una hundred and scventy-ftve dollars of their- or- iginal five hundred dollar nolo that a new five hundred dollar nolo has been made, bringing their delit« The to . six hundred and seventy-fivej of the Heading $ -S ¥iivw 553^r5 : ^ " • I ";: "■!«'{ "'i. ■' I j $ %■< ' ;(W 0 ra'isa .r;£9 i t*M '•• ,5fSj © ■ '' A- 'Jiy /Vv CI Tl Social Calend at Miss Eva T. N. T. Cross Red $8 MONHAV— Farewell party for Arouson — Given by club. , Camp Hadeco — Red esdquarters at 3 p. m. Party -— Camp Hadeco, Cross headquarters, 8 p. m. Camp Mudjekeewis, 4 p. m. Public Library — Chamber of commerc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 18 June 1923

Tor riD AMrr r V '/■ V •"'!?! -5 tyilfflV "C;5nEaHWf ^TiwSf^Wv? M t^P*i'rylJWli^|\|E.' at*. I _" '^ffppippr—— IE DAILY LEADER r«btlsb«d every afternoon except Saturday and Sunday morning at S0« Front Street by the Orange Printing Company. Bntared al Ibe Orange, Texas, postoftice as seoond-clasa matter Member United Press Association. "M* a^ 4xi« Rates: . If' adram-c—one 50 oenta; ob year 96. ''Hi' ■re Vtorelgn Advertising Representative*; Knili-Burke, Inc., Brokaw Bldg., Had and Broadway, New York City; 112 South Michigan Blvd., Chicago, Hi. Any erroneous reflection upon tho character, standing or reputation ot any person, firm or corporation which may appear in the columns of The leader will be gladly corrected upon its being brought to ths attention of the publishers. Telephone*: All lfc-partmrnts: No. i or 88. ORANGE, TEXAS, MONDAY, JUNE 18, 1923. COST OF GOVERNMENT Governor Ncff and the lawmakers had a show on aPl,roPr^a^ons made and the revenues in slfeight. What happened is hi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 18 June 1923

wsyraSI 7. • ,A jm ■*ff gg'- ;JjV4. & • *n'. ij.. wI".Hi''in w.iaHlig" - WMIEHI ' -ROO«8 rUHNWUBB ,.r — '■ All or any part, at bargain prices. Green avenue. Phone 42D. X % "• ■I K i Tfc^ ,,: . ■<* 802; call at 803 Ma*L ■'V T.,; \> HJUUiiU or spartmeat "'for' 'rent., 70« pine street. Phone 2tt«. j FURNISHED APAktMENt, cQfei f, veniencea, reasonable Main. Phone 213. . • "ViH" llfl "WLW. PtAi; ■ ii'&f>--■. . J IHp HWm H i nil■ '■•■'■ M m-' " { I (V mm. wm$' V: VE'I 1 I > ■M i ■ J Hmj' £ < jk. < •' . •« t 3-rooin apartlnont "-v- oath untd all modern eofc* _ violences' $«1« jt? week. J. E. P- ' ifii. W> i, . ■.4& -•A I ■bj fe:. MC i %'i • vte • H] l v m L>"r. Hp,; "♦,. itl'fe L! fciiiwaiis?* ' V?iff '■ 932 for furnished or ted rooma with all Ci en- ML'a,,« fencer.' Main. FOR KENT: Office rooms4n Lttcaa building. Apjjly.Joo Lucas. ^ TWO OR THREE large EfeutoW rooms, private family. For Infor- mation call 821. THREE ROOMS for light l.o keeping. 712 Eight...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 18 June 1923

' f*F "' ■ '* ^ FTasv /v. i' •w- k'wwr • *■* Maurice Shryloek. of Joe Lucas A Sou. Inc., toft yesterday for hla home in Longvlow, Texas. He will be gone several days mPf.jWf'Ji ' v '-^mx Mrs. Robert Dlllard left yester* day for Bon ham, Texas, where she Glazier s Pitching and Iw4u vWt hw t,^^8n,8 Bnd trlead- Hitting of Team Mates Helps Local Hang Up Sixteenth Win. cr m-f: Glacier's pitching, which resulted in but five lonesome hits for the visitors, combined with all-around hitting by his team mates, caused the Diamonds to take in their six- teenth consecutive victory at West End park Sunday afternodh when they triumphed over the Port Ar- thur Elks, said by many to have been the strongest club again*, whom, the locala have gone t&t* season. The victory was won with i Mo 2 score, four of the JMa- liiond runs coming in on clean hits. Both runs for the Elks weftp 'made on hits which came at the oppor- tune time. Buddy Currle led the fleVt a| the bat Sunday, registering 1.000 with t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 19 June 1923

''lift hJm a * ||P«4 mm^ m >? . — ~ —-—i ggar I 1^" a&.!- t$ ■fSi if?tit ! OF i ; W fhu *«>j ASIEU *i ff EMi wH • ■ ■' . ' "..'V 3^tf VZ MHM ,. I ':pg I ■ mmmm mwm it % K&t I -■/ Bemoan Base Bacchus IHt- T £f* K - ■IS w I rir f lis, i ^ t.-te, |\ F a& [:' - M ' ! '$$ rncnv UAI/IJDP.Opelousas Barber Steps llUlwI nUVCnj Into Hole in River and Gunstream No. 3 Said to Be Making More Than 5000 Barrels Daily Production On Guage. A8 tne production of the Sun com- pany's new gustier, designated us No. 3 Gunstream, piles up and touches the 60,000 barrel murk In t*o weeks' time, oil men in an j Former Orange Citizen sections of the country are looking j ]8 5^ Step-Father miles from Kinder, was recovered For Whom Police Are ci"7'f!ll, of Kinder lute yesterday 1| * q i<. "7*r afternoon. Garbo resided ut Opel-f 1NOW Searching. onsas, Louisiana, where, it 1* said. - ■ A ———*- • ( he was well known. ' 1 PORT ARTHUR, Tex., June 19.5 L,ate yesterday afternoon Chief Drowns Before...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 19 June 1923

*nm — — ,and the atcm parent chuckles o' the addition to his drove of fSSwlllSfffll SI i '' I -*W — 'BMk tect. and SSR8 imper- with an System Criticized islii py' BfcvWfjWV • . CHICAGO, Jnnc 19.—The Penn- sylvania railroad was today publicly reprlmnnded by the Utiit«*i States railroad labor board tor ''refusal to petrmlt a certain class of em- ployes to select their own represen- tatlfaft to negotiate agreemens converging wages and work dlions. " He considers it healthier to sleep expedition'naked. Also claims that sleep la headed by Captain E. A. Salisbury sounder and more refreshing if of Los Angeles, for the purpose of you lie with your head ''toward obtaining moving pictures of native the north In the direction of the life on the little known Islands of'magnetic currents of the earth. ' Dr. Sri Ham recommends n short air bath in front of an open window for insomnia. No charge for the prescription. „ BASIC s When newspaper print editorials porkers. Knox sailed the Pacific. Pettin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 19 June 1923

Mf" ; ■■ r ji ■ fw , ■■•r*. 1' ';■ j£ '• ; ffi W't 1 m. SsK' ■ w. 1 h: Kl WrJj'' 1 • % 0J( k I \*s£f: ■ ml:-' ~-r< ♦« J, j? M * W M . 'i ■ m m, % to :t • K *•> * 1 .1 % £ ^ j «*>! "; -v BWTWI^IP' iPI £_ ■«« Social Calendar TUESDAY— camping Party — w. P. ■jMcOaugh's Sunduy school class, Sbeeler's Pond. Camp Teli as — Mrs. Steele Campbell, 3 p. m. Crimp Lut a — Mrs. F. I. Clauneh, nt her home. Y. W. A. — Miss Mottle B. Johnson, 7 p. m. WEDNESDAY— Wedding — Presbyterian church, Miss Katlierino Bsrrett, and Donald K. Tivlor, S p. m. Reception at home. Methodist Young People'? Aux- iliary — Moncttn. Moseley 110!) Eighth street. 2:!S0 p. m. Morning Dip and Breakfast— Y _ 1', M. S., 5:30, swimming pool. Zcmmnr Hare Cilrls' Auxiliary —Horn May McOreevy. Till BSD AY— Wedding Shower — Miss Alma Depew, honoring Miss Odessa Berwick. All Baptist. Circles— Circle 1 — Mrs, J; C f'arter, 20:> Ninth .street. Olrcle 2 — Mrs. S. M. Mc- Donald, 812 Seventh street, 9:30 a. m. Circle 3 — Mrs....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 19 June 1923

mmimmw B5I1S ntatlves: wmSSm & nrr? . FntzOuvKt UfcJC • |. . f. t • ■ ^ ^ rTOiBsgff i nd-class mttw *' «$?• * •'- . ^ BO CMrtl) (MM JTMUT 9) „ ^ 4. - - Burka. Inc.. Brokaw Bldg.. way, New York City; HI South Michigan Blvd.. "VI 'V' : 1 • f.'f'l i iffcj "' '.< " ' erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or reputation of * person, firm or corporation which may appear in the column* of lar will be gladly corrected upon ita being brought to tte 'Of the publiahera. <K' ' t* . All Department*: No. 4 or 88. ,*¥ ORANGE, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JUNE 19, 1923. W: K H ■ w1 PUBLIC PLAYGROUNDS mi p: mi: -*(,• > « •_ f Probably no other city ill the south with the same population as Orange can boast of the playgrounds we boast of here. And that does not mean th^t we haven't a right to boast, for we have. ; \ . / The municipal playground at Anderson park" is one of the most popular places in the tit#, If u.gybnfe fhauld doubt this, and he would be foolish to do so; M tould be taken ...

Publication Title: Orange Daily Leader, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 19 June 1923

Pffyw mh " / MWMk Taken ai .. A m, W X;y*> ' fe#< BAILEY HOUSE. 6th and Qffcn, under now management. Mrs. J. A. Burton, proprietoor. Nicely furnished > rooms, convenient to bath, also board. FOB RENT: One downstair front .^tortmeut, nicely furnished. Phone 3W* caU at 803 Main. Wm. P. Coyle Practice Limited to Diseases of KVIil, EAR, KOBE, THROAT, and Hurgcry of MEAD AND FACE Office Hiark llldg. HBU3SJT or apartment 706 Pine street. lor rent. Phono 266. FURNISHED APARTMENT, venlences, reasonable. Main. Phone 213. con- 1107 FOR RENT: 3-room (apartment with bath aud all modern con- veniences. |6.00 per week. J. E. PATTILLO. FOR RENT: Light housekeeping 1 room or bod room — modern conveniences. 912 Main. FOR|RENT: Office rooms iu Lucas bulldutg. AVPly Joe Lucas. LOST: Sparo Firestone Cord tire, rim and cover, on Orange-Dew- eyvllle road. Phone 21, First Na- tional Bank. LOST: Black hand bug on shell - road to Sabino Lake. Finder please return to Ruby Chllders, 602 Orange avenue...

Publication Title: Orange Daily Leader, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 19 June 1923

m. ■ .iw* wr itfmmtmHmmtmmk TA 'ipr IS.—^ ' ' 1' host yV*>" " I. f! CHICAGO, June jwave taking a toll of wra vee law raillM ,n Chicago in 91 hours swept the ExhTwoHT "T "" ~4w'T- * j After yesterday's high of 81 3 The saddest words from tongue **• " «rcury e«rly today start-1 Jr pen are then? three words, climbing, sending thousands to ^ You're pinched again!" ;*h® bathing beaches for relief. ^ Since Monday morning the po- j Thee were dozens of jliec department has be>n >u.«y han- ,ratlon8' filing one of th knottiest traff'c j •problems they have confron ed In neveral years because of en- forcement of the newly-adopted J raffle regulations on Main street.] *he south side of that thoroughfare Jias been closed to parking, and gplgns hnvc been placed notifying; at the .Washington. I Mr. and Mrs. Davles left Wash- ; lngton on June 1« for a tour j the northern cities .and Cleveland and Cincinnati ware included In their trip. - u pros- W. ■ , ■ V S1S$ ■Mm -Tm ■ r- m«s f'" ' .« nf...

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