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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 20 June 1923

—r — ■•ronMMftWW i?' • MRS! ___ i-i. _ ', i" L"""-1'.', "■. I ■' — v.*In L-r-!'£\ . ♦ 1 i'; ■ ■••: ,,, *; ii r ' " L A is ( 1 A ;« _ i Of Army And Jr I- , |§j J - I [ _ ,v i i®' Ife i®:;' 1 IT f i* On Border B0YS AHEMPT W ■ u^'LJrr:ISAVANAH PET Borders Causes Drastic - ^ Measures to be Taken. Police Seek Automobile Thieves ■V —— WASHINGTON. June 20.— Ap- propriations for the establishment of a "border patrol" of approxi- mately 1000 men to police the Canadian and Mexican borders anil FOLLOWING MOB ATTACK ON JAIL ,1 vtuinuiaii aiiu mriunii iiviuitb o u ^ # . 1 • • make the United states -air tight Georgia Authorities Ar- rest 49. for Participa- tion in Riot Over Negro Accused of Crime. On., June 20.— against the "bootlegging' of aliens Into tbis country may bood be auk-, ed of congress. This was Indicated by Secretary of Labor Davis today following a conference with Assistant Secretary! SAVANNAH. White. The latter was called be-j „ ^ T ,, , . „ rorty-nlne persons were arrested tort D...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 20 June 1923

- SEPI 'i IwiiuL,' /; \wi 1 Hi. OBSERVED His it Of $3 Per Week m. Negroes Celebrate Event Here Tuesday K ^ A Unique feature or the Emanol- K* pstion Day celebration held in tlio ■rare at Ike end of Second street Tuesday, was the assembly of old ex-slaves who sat back to observe | the gala day 3:# Fifty cents more a day, and a 13 Increase to the woekly stipend of the electrical workers of the Orange Ice, Light and Water com- pany came as a result of the visit of Dan Cracy, international vice pres- ident of the Electrical Workers, ot the national labor organization, who came from headquarters at sat hack to observe | Washington to confer with H. A. with untold reminls-|Hurr- PW^Mont of the company, ti-oces on their wrinkled old faces, jl,n<' ^ president of Lo- Features of the program werejr*' 708, International Electrical speeches, baud concerts, singsongs, i ^ °rkers' union. in which old southern melodies and 'same conditions and the plantation airg were suhk, nud bur-]B,,lle eigh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 20 June 1923

mm —— ":' v ■•tiWi ..:•*>* Bo 1 HE' 3 1 "•1 liici. ^ ^ - ^ _ Cy r 'XT _ ; ■ ':kfv"t&Mihi-ri&V&M .: ' - V ■ !:, , ' . . ■ "«s-f ■ '' ^ MS- ■ ■!' i iwa r ^ I I I VMI-~ $ w ' 'W'.'"^ ' " " ■ mmmmmm*mmmaBBm ■11 *- >'■■:■ . t.- —'— —.--- — . ' ' ' "" 1 — " 'night v/H h Mrs. their lender. Hunter Bofitty, scouts called upon Seoul Parker to the night services continue land the boys In their ont't and law. through Friday at 8 o'clock. A A very appropriate sermon on1 great dfty is expected next Sunday. ■fey & p'% ' * Kgw'iw.'v V n ■'ft' I • m *&■■■ f'-VX if I. m i I " 'A*4 I I 'M >■ I ✓ f *> <y p.. p .V* ,y*^r,' •' $! .* &■' £ * Social Calendar WEDNESDAY— Wedding — Presbyterian Church, Miss Kntherlne Hnrrett, and Donald K. Taylor, 8 p. m. Reception at home. Methodist Young People'* Aux- iliary — Monctte Moseley, 1109 Eighth Btreet, 2:30 p. m. Morning Dip and Breakfast— Y. P. M. 8., 5:30, swimming pool. Ze;nmnr Ilnre ('.Iris' Auxiliary —-DOrii May McOreev...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 20 June 1923

> o Pi V;i, J"*pA Sunday nor Onoit Printing Company. rexu, poatoffice u aaoond-claaa mattar Ityed Praaa Aaaociatloa. .•JJf Saturday ami Sunday moraine at tM •I ■ 'Bii.% «#rfc ijtr at -* ,*•« • MacrlpUoi Ratm 1 adri po<-—-owe woatk, SO cenU; one year f0. Poretgn AdmtUing Reprea©ota,Uyoa: KnUl-Bwke, Inc.. Brokaw Bid*.. 4Snd and Broadway, No* York City; 111 South Michigan Blvd.. Wmm, lit *•. • * * * AMf Mrronoona reflection upon tbe character, standing or reputation of any person, firm or corporation which may appear in the column* of The Leader will be gladly corrected upon I la being "brought to the attention of the publisher*. iMcphonea: All Department*: No. 4 or 88. Mr' ■ ■1 -f': T . il;" ■ f I R ORANGE, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 1923. mvrderim; towns Towns get murdered just the same as people. They are killed in cold blood every year, and still tfre ijperpetators of the crime cannot be prosecuted because they have not violated a statutory law. However, it may be said that t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 20 June 1923

* I ft**' '< K. Wsfflfim i-WtoT wm%& km > -., a j s Mpff ■'#' # i' One 2-room ment in my now home, phone m. P. Coyle YOU SAY TH' dinner 8BJ. JUST RUNG? „r*""///!'i- a % * ' w ,* I * ®\ ' { • <-v- ' _j^Y'; ' ' T, •'■ «r ■ .* « IP |My : , ' ■ 0 "■ V/' fVi I •, I ]$>' 14 ||$m Ev FOR RENT: Nice 6-room house furnished; garage, lights, water nd garden, durlug tummur to couple without children. 1512 Sholurs and 16th. BAILEY HOUSE, 5 th and Green, ^ under new management. Mrs. J. A. Burton, proprietoor. Nicely Limited to Diseases of BITE, EAK, NOSE, THROAT, and Surgery of , < HEAD AA'D FACE Office (Mark Bldg. furnished roouu, convenient 'bath,"also' board. to FOR RENT: One downstair front apartment, nicely furnished. Phono 802; call at 803 Main/ h . r tr tlOUbES or apartment for rent. 706 Pine street. Phono 2tic. FURNISHED APARTMENT, coa- $. venlenoes, reasonable, i 1107 Main. Phono . FOR RENT: 3-room apaj-tmeut with hath and all modern con- veniences. $6.00 per wflsfc, J....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 20 June 1923

B'i % ggse"V: V'wj' (Continued from Ptn 9) V PARTY ♦"• Mm. H. C. Carter entortalnod rday afternoon fror. 5:'10 to >0* for her little hoii, H. C. Jr., who celebrated liis ttl 3Brtkd«y at their home, Ifcgf Tenth TWtcvt. ' American beauty rOBes were ti*ed — Chief executive Miitrnm of the jJCs to the diutn p room A larpe **rhiti birthday cake decorated with ptnk rosea and topped by four small candies occupied the center of the dining room table. '— Many pauies, both indoor and j iDtttdoors amused the children dur- ing the evening. Fruit punch and tftke were served and a general jSod time enjoyed. ;J Little H. C. Jr.. was the happy Incipient of many pretty and useful ftfts which were showered upon 'Mm during the party. f" The puests present were Harold £$oper, Oswald and Adnell Harmon, fau) and Earl MoGill. Marvin and JJfarshall Cooper, Lynn and Julia garter, Hovt Comeaux, Frances Anita Barber. Wendel Cormier., 3amcii Headrick, Tracy and J. M. £boper, Jesse Net* bouse, Mrs. F. JI. Coo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 21 June 1923

.J J" fi c% i) r. v: &($■ pwcH: 3mm i' #t ?/% |Pi-V-! rr^ , ■i t V ' ?'i" «?>"£ li P*3!lgBfc®?^B " ^®SflP VOLUME IX. ORANGE, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 21, 1923. 1 ;'•* Here's Wreck That Killed Four Bootleggers Cast Whiskey Into Sea As Coast Guard Cutter Fires On Vessel Federal Officers Train | Stream of Steel Or Smugglers Off New Jersey Coast. BY PAIL R. MALLOK (Copyright by In ita<l I'rews) ABOARD REVENUE CUTTER MANHATTAN, OFF JERSEY COAST. June 21. — With bursts of machine gun fire, the const guard cutler Manhattan at 10:1U p. in. frustrated uu attempt to run the whiskey blockade 12 mllea off New York harbor. The Manhattan, with Rs skipper on the bridge peering through the darkness, had been cruising for two hours in search of the ruin fleet when it came upon the Nor- wegian steamer Bru transferring cases of booze to a speed boat. Drifts Closer Through his night glasses, the lookout lighted the stealer dead ahead. The Manhattan's engines gag w-w## m/, w ■y ■ .. ASSESSMENT OF...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 21 June 1923

§ Very Event m ••• mm. 1'he annual stsu convention of countyclerks and district clcrk* which convened la Galveston on June lit to 11. and In which Or- ange county was represented by A. ^ M. Coale, county clerk, was doc la r- ;ed to be one ot the most suceeut- fnl conventions in the history of the association. Problems pertinent to the offices of the county and district clerk \* were given prominence on the coa- 'M vention program, and issues aad matters of general interest w«r* threshed out in the business ses- sions of the gathering. H. W Bludworth of Kleberg county wa> elected president of the lS!t con- vention, which was votefiv.to go to Mineral Weils. Bladworf b suc- ceeds Fred Malone of Travis coun- ty, who served during tke p*st year. Among other officers vrtio www elected to serve in next year's ram-' vention is Mrs Frank Coffer, **- retarv-ireasun-r of Fort Worth. Social features of the convention program were bathing parties in the gulf and a boat ride to ths jetties op ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 21 June 1923

Bill® w * Wf' .-,..V,.. I.-, iiSt BMP' WBBSmiti w*; ;.J l/i^^.e 5 ■ mk I [> t-.T^ * wW 5F MKif; WNN*1''' Wpii* |p^' |p** •#.• Bp w - -. ••• . mm „,...... ,;i;i,;,.,v.i.t wwi^ t- - "'!! ' "WtwAmm ■'''. ' WmM f-.'.'i i a„ jjt ' J -• ■ v ti&WiSSStt iiB &s n • J v't,v raws* -i -'• ■'.. Following Moor* Oolrly Murlc MfWili, Klait; Warren, tli<* j information honoree, Miss Annie Grubbtt, Mtntsin., the Metho.1i/.t Yoiwr IVojdu'a camp Perry Latigdon. Vernon HollyfloUl, j which will bo held at Helton, July liaymaad Clark, Audrey Heslip, ,3 (o 10th. Monette Moscloy Is the Clyde Heslip, (lent; Godwin, Hob delegate to this (f f«H>n«. ;Yoanff, Ell Trahan "Hickshot" • The plrlfl agreed to navo White, Stafford i'eveto, Andrew an]p! this Saturday to help Itoxio Cable, Helen (jnihhfi, .Jes.de Uiith Gritbbfl,' program, waq hold duriog which Cooper, session ness IM concerning was of sl ct n<V\ p^y <vx their clelo&at* and if pos- ■ r«M ' 4KL, MRSfti INunce, "Niii!!'7" Lov^iuce...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 21 June 1923

ippl III III.IJBI1 will iijii iilm lUlilii iWiW, iv r- JPlPi ■ 'Win > Pf'itemif li wrnmm.mmm KI— ■■■ in *"'4" ■"' ■' ■>■ &*( fI1P< t: ''v* ;.tf • I ..|ri <■■** ■ * •■ :-i ... 9 1 r-H j b*4L M'if i,,j Ski i H Bi^l SK Hi 1 f i ;S|' :.;.i;.■?}•'■' -;V ."%£•' I \ ■a SW.TO (''CTifvS ■ i® m ",'V.I f: . K; ■*.'■, '>■ ,■ ... #■' ■. wMm •Ml \ $ ■■ \ >., ■ i,_ § >!<<*?} j& ,(, . , . flW#,?. .I"1''. P Y fo&k'j. m^>y,;,:,: 7-wy IN ■■•• )«• rf • '! • ¥&■.>,■>• ■■' ■ .}.: wjr • ■//> met l IfPJ W, •• :. te<., -.j ife&; i'a ■ * I SB#1.''(■ ~..| & . I .# ot """>*« to come t0 OfW to trade- I "4- \ -''v <-'• £fljf - '. ' ' ' ' .; vs: i I mm 1 pare the prices offered by them* with the prices in any other town and you will see ttl&t there are more than ten reasons w _ _ anteed you with every purchase. Not only your patronage but also your friendship is sought A friendly welcome awaits every farmer wf self of the opportunity and ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 21 June 1923

Pi'JiP1 TI WnW ;.Vs?wf :■ ■wJbi« i. . .'M/Vv . - ..;■.: ■ • Hi i I H III] I ' r ?PL I I HiiP k i Pf • :■' :-vv ■•; BBl:® I ■ " I ■ • yl w i I ! I ■ | •' • I $$■'■ 4 '/ • . i "■ hr\ • - £ ■ ttfm.iSfi ■ I I ■ vm WW *v ? IW8 I I I I 1 / 1 ^ I I ._ T; - i come. These merchant! offer superior service and quality and a hearty welcome to their stores. You are i *- 1 * one. To trade with these merchants means that you will receive high quality merchandise at surprisingly low pficted. Satisfa stores. Special plaits have been made whereby you can save on every purchase whether it be a mouse trap or a tractor. Avail '■ '. ' ' ' '■■'' ' . ■, :' ' - & • I' A 1 . fft •"' m-1 ■ ' **" • -I'M I \ iaAikJl f. * ■•* *J I* • u. V - -•.!■ ' r V r x> " srat^v ' HE ' > . r J _ OYSTER SHELL ■JBlti W ,-*r,, - i ''3 -V 4 ' ' Oyster Shells) I V * -i * 1 m Ep* -v A", • ; l*\, 1 c' J1 • * II ;-"i mm*, m. Orange, Texas - '■■,■' t 14 r — ^v - *'-*'/{$- id • V..4M P** V*:-i « ■ ij i B"-' ■'•" ' ' ■• Jt J ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 21 June 1923

•' H "«i i ■HnB Jlpi? S(SRKf: '■Si mmm. y, • i:<Au • ■• i: St 206 matter I,.j||S '}■ : .*. mMl om jw (6. lac,, Brokaw Bldg., U Michigan Blvd.. wl; if. 1§;. 11 TK;. " - ,r "■' ' n upon the character, flan din* or reputation of or corporation which way appear in the columns of be gladly corrected upon it* being brought to the attention of the publishers. mB I Moiquito Time 1nvn.vun.y ; f— wfsyyv.'-i - ,?r: ~ i i: mm? All No. d "ORAN'GE, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 21, 1923? Wfi Bp**' mm- *S: ft:.. if EHe?; i'ivT&yi g • • llfil BBS '• r aT#'1 IffeV. V;—* HELPING THE FARMER , Not so v^ry long ago little attention was paid the farmers o$.#range county by the business interests of Orange. In fact a lot of local business men didn't think that there was any use wasting time on the farmer. They walked along in the ddrk, almost dis- regarded the man from the rural communities and took their chances on Orange county developing itself— just naturally. They didn't seem to give the farmer I a th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 21 June 1923

m HfF . v LV' ~■ -<;&'$*$■■'* i ..v.:. * MS&iw/ it ' ■ '.v. ' ;' '"•• V " ' * ORANGE DSICY CEKDER .$$&_.... .,,..-11 IBRIiRIRPPH I H ■ — i i m « ; ■ ' ■" u y.-u.m ■ ' T. TT 1 m n iM w- ^ * ■ ' ' TBE OLD HOME TOWN—By Stanley . '' ' • ■-* rt , ' .■} / t ' ' . S ■Rff fled ud are payable In pbone through courtesy, but have 4h RATES: 10c a line for first w day's paper. Anything coming la the n«'*t oay'M cdltlou. Clwud- They will betaken over tint *&s?s ,pw ip ^5; Jfewfeir R; 1 . * Tllijk.-' ,V" ' '' ?.'* • I'1''" ■ pr-' S2fv M? following insertions. (HU word* iu the Uuo.) No u0 accepted for Iom than 85c. - — * H DAB II17 NT — . , 2K#/ 4. Q FOR KENT: One 2-room apart- ment in my new home. Phoue a«g. FOR RENT: Mice 5--room house furnished; garage, light*, water and garden, during summer to eouple without children. 1512 Sholars and 16th. BAILEY HOUSE, 6th and Green, under new management. Mm. J. A. Burton, proprietor. Nicely furnished rooms; convenient to bath, alBO board....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 21 June 1923

Wm iiiiWi'Vii-mi TRADE IS Source of Sup- in United Slates Not Abroad The Pour Pillars of aHome BRIGHTS « Continued from Put 1 This in one of « Mtin of MticlM dr«lli« with the dope tr#ff|<*, written by Fred V. WM- "* . n Who IVuriiro news- W* writer, who for never*! ulngied with nohm of the wrtit'a modi notorious rtrcg / n ei>.. v, BY HIKI) V. WII.UAMS SKA Service Writer The dope troll on the Pacific •OOSSt, 118 In other place*, has its beginning in Chicago, Philadelphia and New York. While Canada, Mexico and the orient become the depots of drug- runners, the or- iginal source of supply is, to a great extent, right here iu the Unit- ed Stales. The situation is this: There are sev- eral bis firms t uritiing out co- eaiue, morphine and heroin for t h e legitimate medical profes- sion and for ex- port. 'IhPir busi-j n.'SS is entirely legitimate. They I have no «ouuec- tion with, nor knowledge ol the drug rings. Their drugs are ship- ped under bond to Canada, Mexico and elsewhere. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 22 June 1923

' ' 1 jM ^>";S'/ %, ■■<:f" ■ ;.%■■•'. vi .rjii^f'XA I I * 1 'J L j \"j'v I ORANGE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 22, — 3 ' *T ■ '■"■} — ■ ' i I I— ?-w .y. 1 I ',g, . .• '* '• ' ' ' . KLfeffiLo.I*!?- :,•r r.'.V; '/"i'v • -v, v —___ e-K a -v ,- ■■■■ — «... ^ ' —— • • '• . if . .i'f-'k' m « >'"jf* WiXsXfX*X.X.X.Xf>)« ?Jfr e. ■ j\K-- tii'J K # & P- Wfck m . H | ■ ' I SI yr.;v, jjraKv ISKtB lifer VESSEL BURNS TO WATER EDGE Crew of William J. Pat- terson Saved When Tug® Rush to Rescue of Burning Ship. Although, Captain J. Gorgensen and his crew of eight men were saved, the schooner William J. Patterson, chartered by the Lutcher & Moore Lum- ber company was almost completely destroyed by fire early this morning 10 miles off the Sabine jet- ties near Port Arthur. It is said that very little of the schooner's cargo of 700,000 feet of lumber will be salvaged, and that the vessel itself is almost a total loss. Kennedy Residents Visit Paynes Here On Trip Eastward Mt. Erna and One of t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 22 June 1923

■ £> inrniTr r nt Will Furnished been NAZAKKXK A revival meeting to continue ■ un- lil July s will start at the Naa- ar«ne church, corner of folk and Market streets tonight at 8 o'clock. EvangelIbi p. L Pierce an<l wife will have charge of the services. A corUial invitation is extended the attend. Services start tt o'fiock. 10 evening -.4 ^ nlg,u Final arrangements have spleted and the swimming pool the concrete road will be tor- ally opened Saturday S;30 o'clock with music, stunts free refreshments featuihig the puKSHYTKItlAN -j™, ! « * >«• Though the opening has ^ regular services of the lir-'3PA delayed, the festivity of the oc- (bur,.h wt„ w h,,Id Sunday. «casiou has been added to rather, MornJll|;; Sunday school at 9:30. 11' M with classes for all ages, old and owner stated today New stunts and a mote <om|>leie "Curtain raising program has been DAILY LEADER r ip iban been detracted from '.Welch, the owner stated young. 11 a. in : Morning worship. The Gospel music...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 22 June 1923

i® m % & ;,c& m - as®? ill' Jii? - ■ I I | L J® M # r> Bp>; t« t"' ■■xr teSF m 11 f :r y.f 'b r ri ■S1 Is ia' .• •<■ ?' ' k - W!( '-V ■«<> | ' Wjf ' g&t* ¥ - •% ■ • -t§' • : . v> • BBp I '-v' 'i 1 T B. ■'. 'i r r K • 0- ' ■ ' ' M ' KsV ■ -2*4 <kP %'• A :v)A fe <* U I / 4!w * pP, I I / W ' I'll I ? P til *"VWa.,'.,. ' ■ •:■ fflHR ■ ftf'' '•:. . affe Y C • a Social Fit 11) W Munu— Swimming I'arty — Camp Hadeco, Camp Bill eLa, 4:30. Mattox. ■ ■ Public Library —- Chamber of commerce, 2 to 6 p. m. Y. P. M, S. — MIbs Carol Swimming Tarty r~ Klra. W. P. MeGnugh'ft Sunday school class, Skccler'a Pond. Meet at Christian church, 6:15 p. m. HATIUOAY—. Sandwich Rale — Gleaners, Mr*.Chan. Cottle In charge. Candy Sale — Methodist Young People's auxiliary. - ML Mmmm4 Jl A 1^.;,,, ' 'V—- ■■■ ' ' ' "/■ ins charge.<. A ■ short business ses- ■ alon was held ami refreshments .of Ice tea and sandwiches. nerved. J will be fifteen tentu each. r':"vMj|, Following the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 22 June 1923

s«w; * ; DAILY •very afternoon except Saturday and Sunday moraine at 101 """ " Street by the Orange Printing Company. the POBIO Press tofflce at second-class Association. at tfae Orange, Texas, Member United ■. * • . .' V •*' • • r Rates: la ad ranee—one month, 50 centos one Advertising Representatives: Knili-Burke, Inc., Brokaw and Broadway, New York City; 112 South Michigan lit. erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or reputation of person, firm or corporation which may appear in the columns of Leader will be gladly corrected upon its being brought to the Attention of the publishers. All Departments: No. 4 or 88. ORANG, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 22, 1923 % ■ i1., ■ HeV' 1? iQ W i' INDUSTRY'S VANTAGE POINT" The chamber of commerce lias selected a slogan, ndustry's Vantage Point" which is to be used in ad- rtising the city of Orange, its waterway facilities d what it has to offer to industries to locate here, e slogan has just been adopted, being selected from large number off...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 22 June 1923

PRIDAY, t? I P«,.. - |' ||.||I|| u llflllli Lj|-I.|||li I ' W!P 4 and 88. ..."■ ■ ,. y.- FOK HUNT: Nice cool front room r. HE ORANGE DAILY ■ili^ MA'iii; •'■• '■ V"' *■'7&' (1 'V ". f l.V, BPfidfe ',M| TBS OLD HOME v.(f Stanley 1 >p#Vy^ > .w'iraf % f.Wi | <4 por week. " #04. I V' On *1 I j. (Iftv | • k$f ■ctCy-. I fe@;'.' I . I 208 8th St. Pliolie furnished apAutmbnt. voaiences. reasonable. 1107 Maiu. Phoao 213. Hj ? > FOR RENT: apurtmeut. 803 Main. DownBtar'e front Phono 302, cull at f ' i"iit- 1 Mini FOR RENT: iOno 2-room apsrt- ,i meat In my new home. Phone 268. E ,T i' ' !FOR RENT: Nice 5—room house furnished; garage, lights, water and garden, during summer to couple without * children, 1512 Sholuru and 15th. *m;v * u *••■_;* v " „ /' •" t> , BAILEY HOUSE. 5th ahd.'.P/ecn, under new management, >-jtfrat. J. A. Durton, proprietor. Nicfcly furnished rooma, convenient to bath, ulao board. HOUSES or apartment for rent. 706 Flue street. Phono 256. Dr. Wm. P. Coyl...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 22 June 1923

tiki been L«t« vlnltfUK hor I t«l\ Mrs. W. T Davis. W 'Cy''":' KB ■PfWH Mi*. W. 0. Oroalt left tbi« i ■■ x '. :■<■'<■■: ■ UedK«*l gloom. SUeat they ted like orgs* while mv light play^ <«d mad tricks with them,v then Wont out. ' i \ X Dope makes coward* o( the men who use it. I knew the addict* In 1 ited her slater, Mr*. H. Hood, that tomb were more afraid of tn« than 1 was oi them. ' * y j "I'm on the 'bum,'" 1 aaid. "I'm a friend of !" 1 name*! a i 4 c; •• morning for Hull after having vls- >• ** ' r—'— . o Harrtrt loft yoMtorO.oy ont on * business trip. Mr*. W. P. Tantenda left thla; Mr*. C. L. Hornc and Mr*. J. afternoon for Beaumont, where she Marlor anil baby son, Marvin Lew- will visit her mother, Mrs. J. C.{ • _____ rault of Old Cemetery Rendezvous For Addicts |5\■* . Tt In in («w of a series of articles iIMIIiii wMh the dope I traffic, written by Kml V. Mil- well-known ex-convict. Instantly . Dunham, voire railed out of the dark: I "(Jot any Junk on you?" is, lef...

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