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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 26 June 1923

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Publication Title: Orange Daily Leader, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 26 June 1923

pm _ W +* ♦ $|itt&%- ; ___— , Full Swing Vft„ ■T I II J WBSm. •W ■ Front ^'■'K afternoon except Saturday and Sunday morning *1 10® Street by the Orange Printing Company. at the Orange, Texas, postofflce as second-clan matter v Member United Press Association. HaU'it: In advance-—one month, 50 ccnta; one year W. Advertising Representatives: Kuill-Burke, Inc., Brokaw Bldtg., ad and Broadway, New York City; 112 South Michigan Blvd., icago, III fTFY'ii erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or reputation of «r Any person, firm or corporation which may appear in the columns of | The Leader will be gladly corrected upon its being brought to '■ atte gny attention of the publishers. «rito|thonea: All Departments: No. 4 or 88. Pv ' - ORANGE, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JUNE 26, 1923 ITl mi &• CORRI PT/NG MOkALS * _ ,v . Campaigns are waged every year in one way or Inother to help public morals. Often they get the flesired results, but as soon as the last day on which tliey are to be s...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 26 June 1923

. 4 1* •. I .Hi Ai £ •? ■J; •v -fl * r I I i, b \ H v / Tuesday, ''^lri" * JtJftfE 26 1023 V:"-'vi'-'- ''v.1 ■ ■■?■■*' ■ .. .ii#V'.' ■11 i *• — s m "* m Taken m lata m 10 a. m. Mine day's paper. Anything coining In after 10 o'clock will appear ta the next day's edition. Clawd- fled adit are payable In advance. Tlipy will lie taken over the phone through courtesy, but have change ready when (he boy calls . .. KATKIj« 10« a line for first Insertion, 0v a line for all following insertions. (Six words to the lino.) Mo ads acecpted for less than 25c. TEIJai'lIOIN K8 4 and 88. . FOR SENT FOK RENT: A two-room apart- ment. Modem convenience*. 912 JVluiu. FOR KENT on July cottage. Phono 58. 1st, 5-room Dr. Wm. P. Coyle Practice Limited to Discuses of EVE, EAR, NOSE, THROAT, and Surgery of HEAD AND FACE Office Htark llldg. AND BOARD lor 2 or a! BOOM men, lcuuonublu rates—lurgo cool Bouth room—eloso in. Jfhoue 759. LA KG E AIRY rooms and board available lor (our ineij. Call at 1012 Wuiu St. FO...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 26 June 1923

I -I ill -4? w ■f^r if$B pfc'J 7 •, . J 1m Attention FM> I.:' Myj1' I r 1 # m Fabulous Prices Charg- ~ed With Forces Add icts to Be come Thieves. BY FIIKD V. WILLIAMS \k.\ hkitvh k The -price of dope? • Before it takes Its price in lives dope strips the purse. that's why prison officials the ■nation over report that drug Vic- tims are their ■best patrons. To get the ^stuff" thev will rob and kin'. I remember n certain c o r - BtHr where ped- dlera and addicts met. A little girl. innocent of the part she played. . Was used as a signal. The fact that tlil.t child passed a certain point meant that the road was .. clear . ' 1hnt the peddlers were coming and no police were in sight. Within an instant a motley crew began to appear: some in rags and tatters; some well dressed: some twitching; some affecting calm—all feverishly awaiting the arrival of the peddler It was all dene in an instant. Swiftly money changed for tiny "blndles'' and the salesman A cluster of six scarlet Wllow tomat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 27 June 1923

m ■*+, 1 ■ H ill I .iSfl I- /Si Fa tfl Pi «i ■>« Mi J , m i ' • r v ■ ■ ■ ■ * p' • \ ,.. - ■ : i 1 , „ Vit A: Vi\i ttm1t tv *9$^ 1 vvliuiiicj la. •>•'■>.■: fy. t • ■ . "' - " ■ - :*'> . ■•• Ui ■•:■•- aci.' ■ ■>: ■ vALPfmOk-..^ . v . -.. ■>:..:■ -> v . . • .-J. ■**. ...-: p H -f'vjf ''&:~ IK- I CTjp-M^ r- m flii M 1^ I # ill I r 71 1X11 ^.N ™ •ft/* ^ • A J %/ I w llfl HI ORANGE, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27 rr^— < ~~ r , 1923. «—■—■— -,. •■'/■■>.',./.I: . VfoktfV> * i: *•*' -w PRESIDENT SAYS BR/-' .■A ■ i-'i |p« • S V i 1^'- ft [, ■ -4 ■ >r'i *v DIRECTOR SAYS TROOPS RUSHED Ancestral Relics RESSURE USED INTO OKMULGEE In Forbidden City IN FIRING HIM BY GOVERNOR -Stfepf Away By PR0I0 FORCES ■ipy ; A"1, • . ' ^ ... Dismissal of Reclama-I^cl".^1 tion Commission May Prompt Congressional Investigation. as Serious, Although 'Oklahoma Governor Acts Promptly. Historical Records of Days Before Christ CITY TO STAND TULSA, Ok la., Juno 27.— Pour WASHINGTON, June ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 27 June 1923

mm* If":" . 12 Pub In Shape mmm fiS/fSss^ Mo , _ ard Mollis, a Road «** i Abe's; second. Kln- ndtouic kodak, from e Oi?$Refl£ld drug store: third, 'alter Mtchell, n complete moss ki\ by the Sabine Supply company; fourth, Joe Hall, a pair of scout shoes, by Keraun of the field; fifth, Fault Butte, an Iugersoll watch, by Harvey and McGill drug at ore; I sixth, l.awTchee Oarrett, n acont ^a*e, by the East Texaa Harwrade •V " • " • _ _ . " ■''1' )K3Si IJ— An indulgent words to thavSCT that "He com Ink In on the train, aud she woufd wish' to havo*>wrythin* readiness, \V,> >m the Kurew'iitalivM of O. LEA VENWOKTH, Kan., June 27. O. Com company of baad In-tra- "~Ten 1 w W. war-time prisoners \ADEft Houston, and company; seventh, Oline Johnson, a Jmmm§ 12 of the Orang< field put scout knife, by the White Hardware 0*er yesterday oik of the greatest company; eighth, Dan Johnson, a community good turns that niiyj-bathlng suit, l>y Crager's; ninth, troop of boys ev er eould do. T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 27 June 1923

I \ t f'1 'jV *#■1 ■«■ " ■'! " • ~n rKi mmmml r J ' & MR ipi p|i I l i&Bl •I'. " • •:V T.I ' . ,' ' ' iii k .' fl tt • V - rl Ll- V- PBPfV'S Wf- /.-■ ■ A v :■ " . **• ' -i ■":%?:■■ n <±. Ik ■:•■ ,.- •4. . •" •' .-tff ■ — • '' ' '>•'—• •■■■; - :- ■ '■ " " • ■ _v_ .. •■■. .„• . wi&Cii ■■ te;v ■ - - - —- MKllUWj; HBilk Maw ™JZ. ^hSSISII 37 iKW mSHB Harwell, Thelma Wilson, Audrey Ifebert, Louise Taylor, Jean Hefcen, Lorraine Perkins, Carmen Douglas, Olenda Douglaw, and Lyndel New- man. t :« itaji 11 ~4 % S; I® ■ y:?9" F\ i _ v is* it rt a* fi i . if hkwk> BBSjp m LA - r ;.■ #" .4 yy wwmD.ir — ■• 1 ipi Eastern St > Of floors — Ma- sonic hall, 2 p m.. for practjee. Presbyterim Circle 7 At church 6:15 p. n. Circle 2 t •crre. . . i k Methodist Young People's Aux- iliary — Thelma Wefcver/ 1:30 p. m, V.; , . Mid-Week Prayer Meetings at all churches. • Zemma Han- , Auxiliary —Mr3 Jack D-irkee, Orsn&fteK). THUaSDAY— - Penny Party — By Iiitermc-. dlate B Y. P. U. at t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 27 June 1923

4 •'PS?!®' HfflW-fP t« ■ MKI f8|P^i ,■>«., £> .«'. \to-5: pi * ,M\ oon except Saturday and Sunday moraine «t M* •I by the Orange Printing Company. t|i* Orange, Texas, postoffice aa second-class matter Member United Press Association. Rates: In advance—one month, no cents; one year 96. Advertising Representatives: KnlU-Burke, Inc., Brokanr Bldg., 42nd and Broadway, New York City; 111 South Michigan Blvd., Chicago, 111. 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 Lk'paruneuta: No. 4 or 88. Hi mi ^ORANGE, iffifAS, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27, 1923. *■ ' - —— H 7 '■ j cotton and cheap labor Georgia is face to face with a labor crisis. South Since >> --Carolina is lace to face with a labor crisis. 1920 228,93b negroes have migrated from Georgia to ; north. Labor shortage on the farms of Georgia rijjjjfc est...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 27 June 1923

'iferf SSLW 0: g*i u -4W I . ■ m ■ t, j'2 >a •*aE3 H .-Hfe ■& rf * ;.• •■ V' YiTT' '! au? s< ^8SS«S$ ZZT a B^K&TB •' im* . •• to a. m. MUM) In att*v 10 o'clock Mil appear In tJ I1«hI •«!• an payable In wtniioa ihnr will ^wSSf' JTT^iTSSTKS e- *■* following ln«erUona. (Six word* to the lino.) No for taw thun 28c. TELEPHONIES 4 and Si. rnmmmmmmm BANG FOE RENT APAWfJlENTb uUil rooms (or rout. Phoue a(iU, or cull ut 602 Cy- press. i Dr. Wln.: P. Coyle Practice Limited to Disease* of K¥K, KAlt, N08E, THKOAT, and Surgery of HEAD AM) FACE Office . Stark Uldg NO-NO*- THAN WILL NEVER COME BACK s work, Write or call b. Z., at J109 Elm. LOST: Pockctbook containing f20 and lodge curds. Reward for return to Geo. L. McGhee, cure Wichita Motor company, Houston ■i >« FOlt KENT: House uud apartment. 706 Pino street. Phono 256, FOR KENT: A two-room apart- meut. Modern couveutcncas. 912 Main. FOR RENT ou July 1st, 5-roorn cottage. Phono 68. ROOM AND BOARD for 2 or 3 Cien, reasouablo ra...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 27 June 1923

. x —1 r — ill i TODAY !■; ' * 181.,. BKk i^\::A „,. v jR|K''" ■raS •«% V& W§mm Mil I mm Header On Tap For Locals ,,. m Wage Increase Is Granted To Navy Yard Men RIIVQ QP WASHINGTON, June 27.—Work-' "V« •# l#Vl era in navy yards throughout the, ^ , country will lie given a ;;cneral Lumber ConCCm Deals 10 per cent aityanee'in w«r«s, s it' For ScllOOner e M , WwWrwm 'Jl—1 ^ tm^r-nno. <*r- <SW' % was learned tjfiny, effee'ive July ! 1 • Secretary /v..h> has approved} Thp . floneva Kathleen, a three the report of the navy wage board,! , . headed by I{e«r Admiral J. K. masMnl yesterday became kobtson and the new wage scalej*'10 property of the Lutcher & j Moore Lumber company of Orange. 'transfer papers on her having b >en HW | fgiven over to F.. H! Farnroll, gen- eral manager of the toiupauy by A. H. Tarver of Shreveport, her I ■_! M in urn i ■ ■■■■> ii ■ p ■ builder and owner. The sebooner *:/ ^,e largest crowds toj g V\Y A Mil is now . on dry dock at Beaumont, *...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 28 June 1923

vmm, * fw. Mi f % *3®i ,;y * -si il • ><§tl tl'; &'• M] \l r:.f, * i I 'V U. S mm LIFTED "or^igners Crowd Ves- sels Seeking Passage >lnto United States irt First Quota. •, V V ;V ' 'V ! • WASHINGTON, June 28.—"We wiR hajidlo the situation satisfactor- ily^ W. W. Husband. commissioner general of Immigration told the United Press today following con- ferences between immigration of- ficial # at the department of labor to complete all plaus for meeting the flood of tltM that Will swam Into America July l. A total of 3S7i80S immigrants will be admitted to the United I weeks States during the fiscal year begln- njteif' July lf the same aggrlgate «|toot£. for the fiscal year now clos- ing. ; . "According to reports received by the department" Husband *n,id "about 17,900, third' class passen- gers Who are immigrants that must be detained for exAmination will reach the shores of the United States on July 1. Ten thousand im- migrants will ^rrive at Ellljr Island. 4000 at Boston,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 28 June 1923

mmjm tn - Lm •SILENT ED Wl AfAmv uiii nti jm L KM?1 " P'| ' ■,^r «i' OLDEST MAN IN U S. PRISONS iH §#© # £& Mart Who Killed Ger- man for Anti-Ameri-' can Remarks Never Talks of Deed. «x gkoiu.e Hit 11 t MBA .Service Writer JOILKT, 111., Juno 2S.—Rcniein- })i*r th«> Maine. Casually, of course. But not i with-, the vividness of the mat. who j is perhaps the senior war prisoner in the United States. He lifca remembered it daily toi 25 years l'rom behind the walls oi the Illinois state penitentiary here. Only for a while ns a fugitive. They call him -'Silent Ed.'' He does not like to tnlk mucin He re- calls too vividly that horrible day 25 years ago—before his hair turn- ed gray. He W:is Mack-haired Ed Smith on Feb. If, is'is, when ruble-. plunged 1 Hit world nit*' grief with icws that the Maine hi d been sunk at Ha- vana . Life was pretty sweet \h.>n. Smith had just turned 25. There was a girl. And ti" was rat<-l an ex- cellent seaman , on , a (Irent Lakes 1 m ■ PrvS jp w:...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 28 June 1923

" —i "*■ L W '' ' ' <r £& ■ "•"! : V. "v'jv R'MHi -v-'^ ■■ jr'7 -*• ■"■■■fZZSSSSi K~1 , f* I * ■ /] I : if f? 1 y Ai "4 J J . ■! III ■!'■ Mill "WW** ;'• • ■- ,;..f > Tmj««nAv~ " w: 'M/ Penny Party -+ By Inter** J!***,® Y P- U- * the home of MIm Clara Johnson, 1911 Eighth St., 7:80 p. m. Presbyterian AlUMajr 4- At ehurch at 4 p. ft. cirelc S lo Mm. Women'# Missionary Society— 4 p>,; Methodist* church baae- Went; Mm. Joiner in charge. Gleaners — Met hod la t ohureh Primary room, 4 p. m. Mra. A. H. coale and Mra. R. Lee Davia, hoateaaea, ' All Baptiat Circlea Baptlai church for buaineaa meeting. < Tackey Party — Methodist Young People'a auxiliary, Metbo- diat church baaement, t p. ip. Woodbine Rebekah Lodge No, 103. I. o. O. P. hail, 8 p. m. Kit ID AY— Song service, for Mexican col- ony, by Junior Cbrtatian Endeav- or of Flrfrt Christian church. Y. P. M. S. -Ivy May Myer, 2.12 Third street, S:*0 p. m. i Public Library —Chamber of commerce, 2 to 6 p. m. Box Bupar — By Br...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 28 June 1923

If * - " / fifl Mapl I - ✓ , i *■* i H KP | % > . ISirfl ® * ,wt| ' '-I Jmi ; I Bli j B BWi ' H H f Jfe--: olw i I?-. '. 7 F TMifes ,; ■. • - •" wJp& '■'• ■ jsppSp^ft' • ,. gmsm* H \;c< ?r -m m : s IfeM BlBfe; S^''; P # !'■ 1 ifcy Vaff, m '#■ §# ■? lot-i ff; - *" 1 "aw-- •<j;t 1 ■. - I B ■: ■■-. i ■®% if® $2 ^ 5 $ J '1 1 I ••iswnJ ■;U$ H#| ■ i . I K. ,; : * ' ; I * , 1.. 1 . H iff"." • "w; ' j; <•'.' ■ 'V' I ■ ] ,;!1..." f i •". |j . ., J :",' {*■•.>-> ' > V, VV/,. fc ./ $ \ ■Si ■ I i, ■ftnrS'flSl P: ■•% R3&'\i •"■i •J?V, y—gg— mKm Tk L SlralaW Mmm m >v ,f,*| • m ■ w I v 1 : W' -;>K \JSmt ! ' ' T '• 1 ' Farmers and rural residents of Qn^|(^|pity have been invited by ten live — t .. . ~ ■■ -• " ... .;.g« ja'apy.aii,^ ^ <t -, !E. im+m M '/V * ,.w"1 j,!^"'; 'Fr™VJ .^JL- .. ■2^ '<• ■ . ;. . . £ * ,i liLk. I I .. LyW;* Sfc ■ I ' . ' , 'v y ' .<% ■: SlRtoi'1 ■■ IIHt*!! , ■ 4 I .'i* I I I' " off w ..< • - je J^JL J IS I I -w ten reasons why yo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 28 June 1923

H 1 r ]jj/J ¥■ I W"> ■ VmM rS« l&Mmd M •Sat J I kMwm mm Iv'.' ' • *• I I # ■ ■ why you should come. These Merchants offer superior 1 each one ■ 1 i to these stores. ife **'' vV**'' ! • V ' ^ „ telk Uje loudest" SV: a t * ■' ' ,vtfV; $&tg J' wwMSIWM ? Msi:l :<M 1Spf-i VfW * a ■t>. :;S>1 lan Invites You To fake the Trip Worth '©• V... "nM rNI ? M * '%• HI 9*m - - 'TpS' the greatest values ever of- |<efl to you. Read the prices be- - U should get acquainted with , ibt^dft everything yooi buy you l see here. 'a 94.05 Di-cms Sii<M'H, all leather, gcxxl style*, unit* price-— ' ■mSm' * $3.48' i"" SIkm's, fiiM- leather, all I, Star brand— *w>'t :f $4.75 I Jl «§Al*n' $1.50 Union Hull*, special— ; LL 89c V 0MM|qres of New Summer .Voile Priced T| Anniversary Sale prices. X }<■< '■ I ik> Ai, ft* •A1 m ^ ca\i save on- ev<_.. „ _ ; v : ; : • ' '• 'V: -V-v' v. , :.v. r •' ' * : • : ' ' '*• \, ' —• '*■■■■**' - ...* I v.- -:.y ,iJ- . .-.,?,.,: ^ . u v.... - '...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 28 June 1923

■sm * r R6pr6Bi*ntflti?M« KDllI*Buri|, [way, Now York Cttr; lit South Advertising ad Brwdi nil. reflection upon the character. aay poraoqv firm or corporation which may The Leader will ha gladly corrected apoa attention of the pubUahera. i All Departments: K* « er rtandlag or npotatioa appear la the tolnmn* of ik hi; m%M; ORANGE, TEXA§, THURSDAY, JUNE 28, 1923. •aw®- •. r:~ ft')#' BR' K: fPi Sf; : GOOD SCOUTS ' Troop No. 12, Boy Scouts, all of whom reside in the oil field, believe in doing their "daily good turn" right Should anyone doubt this, or be the least skeptical, they might take a squint at the road between i Orange and the oil field. It is in what may be called' first class condition. • This is but another example of the worth of Boy Scouts, and proof that they must be given the support of everyone, not only the business men who encourage them in every way possible, but the every-day citizen who benefits from their work. Scores of other in- cidents could be pointed out as c...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 28 June 1923

1 MS m i. M\ i 1 l «*! Taken m l e M 10 In after 10 o'clock will fled ads are payable to phone through courtesy, HATES: lOo a following laeertions. (Six for Ium than 25c, t \M CAD DENT rvwuni If" ,J;#C Al'AK^IiKNTa und rooms for rent. Phono " & 'J, j. >.;.. press. M lite lluo.) M *« "• *. An> coming ' ammS- Iw taken ovrr iii<- when the boy cuIIm th a line (or all No ada ucw|ii<hI 2tia, or cull ut 6o2 Cy FOU UKNT; 706 1'iuu •"*>>r" struetir' l'houo aoiit. I FQR RKNT: A two-room apart- ment. Modem conveniences. 31 - Muiu. VOirUKjNT ou July lat, 5-room cottuge. Pliouo G&. Dr. Wm. P. Goyle Practice Limited to litoeaeee of KYB, MAB, NOSH, Tit BOAT, and Surgery of HEAIX AND FACE Office Stark Hldg. LOST LAUUK A1KY v rooms and board available lor four mtoa. Call ut 1012 Muiu at. FOli KENT: Nlco cool trout room, *4 per week. 208 8th St, Phone yo4..\ - j- FOR 11ENT: uyurtmunt,: SOU Muln. Downs tar's front Phone 302, cull ut ! ■ £>■-v. i C - 1 on ltKNT: Nice 6-room...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 28 June 1923

rrTT ttftel *W placed (a t e •Very «it< and eonKrewkmal 40 state superintendents. *W*#| m .. , i>.- ;■;■> /I t BE HFI.ni W<T"?May,^ \ *<■ ;> P>? Pi « ice ■■« it lenient Work It! Electric Chair Succetoful NKVV„ YCt ^ •«'• , . ■. # Anna Dusti *i t women, men, *■**J"? '^L""' *£*?. U*"°* " Xf* • **" <UMm t„ .b. ■*.«*, "? ' ,X"y «" KiM from «. . .. tJu,. WASHINGTON. Twenty-five dollar damanes re- Pfj us.ng the . Ll j;„;' —v':V'^; ' ;-i# Ird^l* li'!Sf"Sv'r i1^* TOMOWItCVrt • NgjHf^ |;SW «W Palaclos eonfsrMice, nifUKsPUl AJTtf A aroun nt vmin* lukonl* I.nj |. . , i«_' IMaMaMiMMiiHKf mw...... 'ESMFlSElllwE ■Rkp -sV1$JI'VH "'f/'V. I, "■ ' yo«r oloclt is ont of comnt #* * *« >*,,<M, U1 J* - ««. Emm calling themselves the r ^ ;-,A «0«mI ior It, put'It to to©* <* ««**• I The title of the play 1b Tommy's ^ ^ r«tam it wthont nay <«« • 1 '**' ' "**"* *""** yon AND PON,, Stoc., Jewelers « a ■ 's Sentenced To PI *_*£"" " • > 'T"r"v u"""r W! "A w«'0* the mail* t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 29 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
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 29 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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