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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 26 June 1912

BBPliPiiS '%■' XI"' '' ■ J." Ai \::®3 • T~ ' ■•fifi' f " mmmm ISP MM Wm- EWÜI ft ím5';- '? ¿fCS vS/ii ¡Üí ü^m í0Wi<éñ itfx• ■•Tflri >-■"' ■MliH ¿v-V tí'v I' : SímSSISÍ Evf^Sfn $s*Á ' A rw'i mm I.! mm 'fit ^nSI e -My God.- e* "alona, with you?" "lOss MaltlsJad." «aid ths man. Mo- AÜÜI the would-, be *t H to *t*y here.. ipipl, ¡f " found hts 1 our room exclusive- * ... ■ 11 Ji4fthe«ir ' lion of laboft I " ■ " .lq. ■ ■ i-*' v " ¿ ^ $$ 5 r is L.^pgysi, j .1 ¿PRICE $75.00 it Typewriter Made Longer Guarantee . Simple, Durable Up-to-Date Barron ft Friedlander, D«I^P$£jg£j Strlpt Building. •ball be 8 I,. e. But If you wffl let Ml aetttement I can w _ —J&iffinw * are impassible. Or «¿uih men to ... mate ^ Utlcábl<gto^H& through the ■ Alona and down the tralla to yoyr home «gal*. I could not, do that aloue even If ^you were well. the morning and they had ^Thá ri^ahM^Ir^éad aU'bliornly. dvant*e of me." | «Á week alon8 !n theaé mountains have stopped some- an¿ j bij0Um be mad,"...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 26 June 1912

j $k¡¡i r \: * s .r'-v ■'¡frife NEWS SH Airdome Tomorrow Thursday Special feature Social Notes ■■■ Last night the Holland Hotel Was a secne of life and activity and more than one person claims that he had the time of his life. The occasion was a dance, given bjt the young men of this city, com- plimentary to the visiting' young ladies, - The Orange Room of the hotel was brilliantly lighted, and the trav- eling men whose gaze fell upon the scene of the. festivities say that Or- ange has a room in it that for which she should Well feel pro«d. Those enjoying the evening were: . Misses Terreas Sholars; Ruby Bet- tis of Dalla*. Novaline Bettis of . Beaumont, Laura Wilson, Theta Sholars, Zollie Bland, Lucile Pearce, Pana O'Day, Josie Harris, Vera Stark, Addie McNeill, Sadie Smith, Nea Portwood, Lucile Sl?de, Myr- tle Hayes, Pearle Ball, Mrs. H. Siark," Mr. and. Mrs. Geo. H. Hol- land, and Messrs. J. Paul Wooten, Pérkins P. Butler, Harry Ortmeyer; Philips, Inge" Stíolars,, Robert Gaines, B...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 27 June 1912

Em (■ WMg*' SSÜ ■'hw: é#l * wm ■■—i JRSDAY, JUNE V, 1912. K0f i •'M & }■ '• $■ cc on 9B S IUSES wat on between HlnKfi big managers are get- ting/busy and are forming a chain ii i. i m . roughout the country, in the small on account f, smoke pouring < boarding Of the •ll z *> FOH TMnHlY maw -7— 4 Partner in Oklahoma Write, for In- and WU1 Locate Here Others With Him.' ; ktit-v. house at onginat and fire, cj^ucoal close to up be- rafter* side of lery. of the damages , ..._ Orange and Orange County is at- ,_r. Orange is trading the attention of farmers and . adjacent towns ' others «U over the country as is eyi- been included -on the list re- dencfd by the following letter recent- • ">y the big promoters ^ «ceiyed by W. ÍÍ. Malone. concerns, at the two e^st rooms : will, for all practable pur. is, have to be entirely rebuilt, be fire company responded with usual promptness, with the ex- ion of several small delays, and quickly extinguished the flames of the firemen stated ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 27 June 1912

mmm* É^S ; .. ül i: KfH MM' JSL. OFFICERS-W. H. Stark, President V Millar,1 J.O. S¡<n«, Cwhiér E..g. **& «,•*•* Cnhier A. E, DIRECTORS-W, H. Stark L Miller E. W. Brown F. H.Farwell J. O. Sim* E. E. McFarland Hi. L. Stark PROOF OF STRENGTH W- Kl mm ■f *.«?: I Tbe-lact that a Bank is on the National Bank Roll of Honor a distinction of which a finan- cial institution may be proud. It Bhows Security and Careful Management. The Roll of Honor records the First National Bank as follows: 1st in Orange, 59th in Texas .and 911th in the United . States. Business and household accounts subject' to check are solicited, ¡ÉÉ¡|>/fa/ Surplus and Profits Over $127,000.00 1889 M jto i Aojuanüu loo? THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK mm r a n ORANGE. TEXAS J.. mWmfy- mm WMáí- - ml ÉIÉ' fragg;; i-O; THE ORANGE DAILY LEADER W. H. STARK S. H. WALTHALL L. C. PARKER ....... Owner Editor .... City Editor Subscription Rates. Per year ,..$6.00 Per month ...—-• i, SO Per week .IS PHONES New Phone — Old Phone •— ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 27 June 1912

rdld her'say *&r ture íitíio I th A Kflflr onA ÜL n Lsk'.- i f?WWf! It to mM iffW ■mí -m he d. of •fid to t «Mte lB tomii N moments, watchful, buttressing her. i ?'■ '.?¥$ ve nurisa her down for bit strong arm too gnat lie led to XHuiitA add (M HHI HL tilll í Mmmm ' J®¡* both beautiful to her the , 1 night. mnnnllfiht, In he •harp had sudden dee had lasting snow . wsm ImmI hip ObMfTltiOt wild :vá Ép| ,m... WmtmM to aeal up the mountains contained, to f mmmm wmMW'. well. Wmmmm Best T |ggg|B Up-to-Dato Barron & Friedlander, -teiTlolent continued strain. whenever it hid he had wrapped ber in his In the Full m a of the mm to deny that hi eae things. Had there would -be no but jto rewem- still—aye, that iift' 1LJPP her white shoulders, ber arms, ^ lovely face with "sunny hair rising above water. He hud listened the roar of the wind through the g nights, thin she thOiight him •W If she thought of him at all, and heard again the scream of the •torn that had brought her to M arms. N...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 27 June 1912

w-í. WM f ■v f¿ & Í W ii HR. fe? Srt, SS * --CT ": P&&: The Misses Hustrnyre will 1¿* Ve# i ^tonight for Kerrville and will spend the summer, with the family of Miss Helen Carr. Miss Irene will return to Orange in September, in .time to take up her winter studies here, Miss Hazel will remain in San Antonio during the winter and attend the Ursuiine Academy of that city. S. D. Burt arrived last night from New, Orleans, ^-where. be has been for quite a While, and Mr. Burt says it feels good to be back in Or- ange. d fijBrajC >■>- •y.y;-¡¿ / , ■, . 5,,. ....: Geo/ G. Thompson is in the city t]If from Hamilton, Canada. - Jp|| ••• '■ Mrs. Frank Patln arrived last night, accompanied by her sister, ' : Miss Helen Berry/from an extended visit to her home in New Iberia, IP I terday from Chicago. • 1 " , Q, E.- Crausfcy aciing busin.ess in t i£ city today. * * ♦ Rabbi J. C. ^ Rosenwásser arrived in the city last night-' from Raton Rouse and will conduct the Jewish services he...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 28 June 1912

-Speaking Today. Band veral Appointment to Fill In Next Few Day . % • The Boosters* Band have several appointments to fulfill within the next few days. This musicalorgani- : ration has been attracting the at- tention of every lover of music who has been fortunate enough t0 Sear HÉMBi a)i with They were very much in evidence today at the Airdome, where Col. Jake Walters addressed the voters Of this town in the interest of his candidacy for the senate. They wfll take part in the corner stone cere- monies at the. new Catholic church Sunday afternoon and have been en- gaged tb furnish music for the bar- becue at" Lemonville on JugT 4. . •— - i gjiy, and as the result business them is picking up. A Correction. T yesterday's issue of The Leadir there appeared an article with ref- erence to the establishment of an airdome in th? negro quarters, in which it was stated that ji. Thomas was the promoter of the éñtcr- prjse. The information secured concern- ing the. proposition came from tw" so...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 28 June 1912

íif'S 'í IE ü .ív... illfi m | > <:•' ie; =9= —— CERS-W.H. Stark, President t. Miller, Vi??.Rr««ldent E. W. Browñ, YiwPreiident J. O. Simi, Ciihier IL, E. M :F ulaod, Wi Ciibier .. A. B. Baño. 2nd. A«i't. Cashier DI REC TORS^W. H. Stark L. Miller E.W.. Brown * F. H.Farwell J. O. Sinn E. E. McParland H J. L. Stark . «4 55 !WS PROOF OF STRENGTH The fact that a Banfe is oñ the National Bank Roll oí Honor it a distinction of which a. finan- cial institution may bé proud. It shows Security and Careful Management. The Roll of Honor records the First National Bank as follows: 1st in Orange, 59th in Texas and 911th in the United States. Busine^ and household accounts subject to check are solicited, ^ . Capital $100,000.00 Surplus and Profits Over $127,000.00 ESTABLISHED 1889 j. —— the first national bank ORANGE, TEXAS THÉ ORANGE DAILY LEADER W. H. STARK ...— S. H. WALTHALL L. C. PARKER ...... Owner ..._. Editor City Editor Subscription Rate*. Per year — -----—— Per month —— Per week. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 28 June 1912

. «¡PffSp : - J.rrop. '.-v p Both Phones 71 . ||RÍ¿ Eral VEAL, PORK .SAUSAGEAND MUTTON ipt Delivery OODEATING t Place it Clean end Sanitary Kitchen i« a Model for Cleanliness IS YOURS? T ■ '■1 "•• • - " ^ .,. 1 ¿ ^HHpHHHByou a cuttomer. Our one aim is .to please -SPECIAL SAT. ISIUMff TURTLE SOUP am- „ O. M, STARK ~ Manager STREET MCDONALD'S OLD STAND m • .. MShI M , J • « m YOCR SM Sv MONEY BUY A NEW ROYAL VISIBLE PRICE $75.00 HPXlf''"Beat Typewriter Made• Longer Guarantee Simple, Durable Up-to-Date Barnm ft Friedlander, Dealera, StewS* Houston, Tex. hi ~ mliffr but-pride In £5"a® I lshment, his resolution to wlthdarw Uhment, hi resolution to withdraw such tima aa Oo4 comnleted Ma as DlstÍ0& ADd hiw SCCADtftflM >Of the penitent by taking away Ms life, held him Inexorably. The dark faca of Ma wtf# rose be- fore him. He forcexl himself to think dpon her. she had loved him, afce had him Ml that she could. He re- membered bow ebe-had pleaded with hlmthat he take her on that ta*t ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 28 June 1912

Social Notes * '! WBOmm from af several days' *i town n the interest of ance company. Bid* in Gus H. Miller was pleasantly sur- prised at his home lasT night when a jolly, crowd of his friends came and showered upon him the bes\ and not thereafter, for the following )v'8 es ° another year added to his work on what is known as the new me. Mr. Millei) expresses himself part of the "Lower Orange , «.nd for .Road Work County. Notice is hereby given that bids will be received by the commission ers* court Of Orange county. Tesa*,, until 2 o'clock p; m., July 2, 1912, asas==fe Orange ispf!' sit cut of the* msur as pleased with the way things were carried off test night and that he appreciates to the fullest extent the good treatment he received from his friends. Those . present .were: Misses Ivy McFarlane, Ruth Bailey, Cornelia' Huggins, Sadie Smith, So- phie Cohn, Mary Bryce, Louise Rus- sell,, Florence Miller and Ethel, Bai- ley; and Messrs. Gus H.' Miller, Moise Crager, Tilley "Aiken, O...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 29 June 1912

Behalf sdídacy for the Senate, on El Capitán. & ^inrfw y*jn ,v'v '■'C Vv* ? J' Hon. .Jake Wolters, candidate for United States senate, «poke terday afternoon in the Airdotnc a fair-size audience. To be exact re were 192 people out to hear This includes about a dozen es and some children. He arrived in Orange yesterday arning, was met by the reception nittee, taken over town to the 'liferent industrial plants, including ¡ paper mill, which he said was he greatest institution in the world, the Lutcher Memoral church, hi oh awed him to reverence by the grandeur and magnificence <rf the pjifructurp, ' -,u ? * The Boosters' Band struck up ; some popular air# at the Holland hotel just beforfc the time for him to speak, then marched fro the Air- dome, where the sweet strains sf music brought forth all of the idle population of the city, and those who "were not idle, if they could leave their business long enough to at Elaborate Program of Ceremonies for Laying of Corner Stone*of New...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 29 June 1912

KglS mm&m u '¡««smsmtrnKf-mii Ssl tM m M- SMS m E-f'-v mm - JXS rnmm -¿a - 3FFI0*RS-W. ^tftrk, Prejident L. Millor, YiceSfrrerttfellt E. W: Brown, Vice-Prejildent I.Ó, SiwiVGwhief E E. M jf«t!*odA A-M-i^luh^r-A^-fc ^ DIRECTORS—W. H. Stark L,. Miller 6, W. Brown F. H. Fsrwell ~Jr-©!«-Slm ... B. B. McFarlsnd H J. L. Siark -r PROOF OF STRENGTH ,,.r. . The fact that a Bank U on the National Bank Roll of Honor is a distinction of which a finan- cial institution inay be proud. It shows Security'and Careful Management. ..The Roll of Honor record* the Fim National Bank as follows: 1st in Orange, 59th in Texas and 911th in the United States Business and household accounts subject to check are solicited, Capital ¿100,000M Surplus and Profits Over $127,00&M • ' • ' ESTABLISHED 1889 — — THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK ORANGE. TEXAS * m THE ORANGE. DAILY LEADER W. H. STARK s: H. WALTHALL L. C. PARKER —i ............... Owner _... 1... Editor ..... City Editor Subscription Rates. Per year Per mon...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 29 June 1912

8&S ' mmm | sS®¡® f, SAUSAGE MUTTON ]* •■£:$: fgry$$m )%ÍWCJi: r Cleaolinen IS YOPRS? ' '«i and you are a luting Our oila aim i to pleaie You. TURTLE SOUP SPECIALS** "6 e c" mm STARK Manager ■ STRttT MCDONALD'S OLD STAND ñwm km i VUtMl' (fe t deserve it, and it «r It of course, but ler—what I had to i CHAPTER XVI. "Did it over occur to you." began Bald Mattland grnvely^High, far .he, juite reaU«ed tho serious nature Of too Impendent conversation, «ÍU4 U ever occur to you that you know pn tically all about me. whUe I know Sír&rL'.í "You may bar? fancied that I - of pretty alt of my abort and, until I met you. mo.t uneventful life," abo continued hHHéÉIÍÍ""" ' """ there was one ÜH BR free to aak PMaML.. H]rthlii| of you." .And that mi*m to Enid Maltlaad waa like a knife thrust In the heart the two had been standing confront- fog eacfcotber. H«ir heart grew a-pá-masí He stepped: toward, her; but. before be reached her. she caught the béek of the chair and sink down weakly. That...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 29 June 1912

E® >: ife- * * * Samuel Kaiser óf New York and England, representing the -• Scoveli Manufacturing company, the largest manufacturers, of buttons in the world,,i# here on a visit to his vnclc L. Miller. scmnrsuppir of WELL ASSORTED STOCK In the Rice Market Has Dissipated • Notion That Market Will Show Any Reaction. This mofnjng at So'clockacrowd of young people left for the lake t>n the launch Irene, where they spent the day picnicing, and wjll re- Mr. Bryce and the members of his turn home by moonlight tonight, ¿hurch for the use of the edifice. Lots of lunches was carried alonar. Those present were: Mints. W. R. Adams, Willis Gallier, Mr. and Mrs. $farik Clark, and Misses McMarius, ■Ida Mae Stark, Ida Tinnin, Ethel Colburn, Amy Lyons, Zella Colburn, and Masters Richard Gallier, Louis Titmin, Carroll Lyons, Jim Lyons, C. L. Branum, Edward Stevens and Fred Wilson.. tí "* The regular^ monthly busines meeting of the, W. C. T..U. will be held Tuesday afternoon at 3:2 o'clock at th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 1 July 1912

ANNMW. .w«y www, * Anything in Sheet Metal Good. Anything in Healing Good Anything in Boat Supplies Anything in Roofing Good*. McCORQUODALE, BROS t**r &?**:•>* v' VOLUME V ORANGE, TEXAS. MONDAY mMm KO. 96. « . . mm# ¡ORANGE IMS BIGGEST ■STTHW ANY Gin IN STATE NEW TRIP conn COURT WAS mm I00AY M mmm Accounting System Was Into Effect in ""Trewiury r Department Today. MEES* Eyífe^ Washington, July 1.--A new and uniform accounting system was put into effect in the treasury depart- ment today. The system was worked out by the efficiency commission of the, department and will apply to aV the bureaus dispensing public moneys. Heretofore- each depart- ment has had a -different accounting system. In future it will, be pos- sible-ftr the Secretary of the treas- ury to get uniform reports and to tell at any time the condition of, thq appropriated funds placed to the credit of each bureau for disburse- ment. I||i BBii TWENTY .FOUR HOUR SYSTEM FOR FRANCE New System of Computing Time Counti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 1 July 1912

, sü Bü® •, IttJ H. Stack, President L. Miller, Vice-Pre«ident E. W, Brown. Vice-PresMent -s. i, C iihier E. E. M : Rutland, Au't Cjihier A. E. Bunn. 2iyJ, Au't. Caihier ^ • •• - «« n "aSS .o u o—.-II * j, o. Sim* ' OFFICERS-W. H. J.Ó. Sinn. ■■■■■■I DIRECTORS-W. H. Stark L. Miller E. W. Brown F. H. Farwell r_ - E. E. McFarland H J. L. Stark PROOF OF STRENGTH The fact that a Bank is on th<? National Bank Roll of Honor ii ai digtinction of .which a finan- cial institution may be proud. /It shows Security and Careful Management. The Roll of Honor records the First National. Bank as follows: 1st in Oraníe, 59thi in Texas and 911th in the United States. Business and household accounts «ubject to check are solicited. '-I Surplus and Profits Oyer $127,000.00 ESTABLISHED 1889 —w —— Capital $100,000.00 THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK __ ■— v - ORANGE. TEXAS THE ORANGE DAILY LEADER W. H. STARK — Owner S. H. WALTHALL .............. Editor L. C. PARKER —-. City Editor Subscription Rates. Per year .....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 1 July 1912

SbHABm 'If1*- a éH" ,' il, &'./ * i fe -..'■If JO ! fw sg 1# J^S Sim Ui' R' \w I hm 7%:- ft iillwK SSRHH Www m I *•*%*■]!_ I Our Kitchen ■> a Model for Glesnlinet IRS? ce and you are a Ia lio* customer. Our one aim U to ple« e You. TURTLE SOUP SPECIAL SAT. THE "t tl O. M. STARK - Manager wont A. McDONALD'S OLD STAND fP * 11M m YOUR MONEY \;v. •, BUY A/ " NEW ROYAL VISIBLE PRICE 175.00 Best Typewriter Made Longer Guarantee - Simple, Durable Up-to-Date Barron ft Friedlander, Dealers. Ho Building. Tex. Sol into tto night.".- IC < cannot go now, ^ 1* flark; fcaik to the atora , you would miss your footing you would till, you would tree , you would die." :; 1 "What matters that!" "I cannot hare it" \ I 'It would bo better «o." m q Be strove «gain to wrenah himself sway, but she would not be denied. She clang to him tenaciously. ® "I will not let you go unless you give me your word, of honor that you will not leave the plateau, and that you'will come back to me." •1 tell you tha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 1 July 1912

mm m mmmm fs*¡ : g| ■ & iP^-iP f ; -Tl\ •• ' .- -> v ••;' - . * <•*. . j., * if $ • ' ']>v ~ív ......... : • •-■ i* ■í0!'- Éfe SQCIAL'NEWS ?íívs+;S®;.! IS Social Notes &A ■ ¡tel: mmu m It; ®K Biw pp fe1)" ¡pite : i' he Aitar Society will hold a busi- ness and social meeting at .the '.lome of Mrs. V. H. §tark on Pine street Wednesday afternoon, at 3:30' "o'clock- AH member? :of'the' society and also all ladies óf the áCthotic church interested in the work of this society are cordially invited "to at- •tend. : Mr. and Mrs. R. L- Mann -of Colmesneil, who have been the guests of .their sister* Mrs. M. Aj Mea-dO'Ws on Sixteenth street for the past week, returned to ,their( .home this morning. ' • • • ' J. A. Burton will move today, or the first part of this week to their new home "on Orange avenue, be- tween Fifth and SÍJÍth streets, recent- ly purchased -.f>y them-from Judge George Holland. . * Monday, July «. at jB I'clock—-Candi- date for United State# Senate Will ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 2 July 1912

AnytHIn* in Electrical Good.. Anything in Plumbing Good*. Anything in 8heet Metal Goodi. Anything in Hesting Goods. Anything In Boat Supplied Anything th Roofing Good*. McCCWQUODAIX BROS. ORANGE, TEXAS, TUESDAY-,. JUNE % 1912. Ü9B& NO; 97. & m m * Mil 8ESSIVEHESS jSsi - .Jftwtjr* day for Colorado, Making Trip in Touring Car. . Mrs. H. J. tiJIpp.'T* 1 i Ltttcher, Rev. E. T. and wife and Mrs. Ida Achen Jeáve today for Colorado ■tags, Colo., making the trip in large touring car pf Mrs. L,útchér's. The car bears, a pennant with the scrfiption, fiFrom Orange i Texas, to New Ybrk, via Colorado Springs." It is expected that the trip will consume at least ten days and later oh Mrs. W. H. Stárk, Miss ala Qrtmcver—and Miss Myrtle. ¿Hays will leave via rail to join, the . party after they reach their destinar tion. Mr. Stark will-join them a-bouti fhe first of August: - Herbert Fiedler, one of the best expert auto drivers in the country, will pilot them through. ..•A «y $8Kí$ Í& BU...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 2 July 1912

i. i iin;;¡;iftii,|lWg^=, mg&vmmr Wrffl wssisw '■ " , " l" 1 V 1 1 1 -OFFICERS—W. H. Stark, President L. Miller, Vice-President E. -W. Brpwn, Vicc-Pfe.ldeñt J.O.'Siim. Cwhier E. E. M:Farland, An'l Cí.hitr A. E. Bunn. 2nd. Au't. Cashier DIRECTORS—W. ti. Stark L. Miller E. W. Brown F. H. Farwell i. O. Sims E. E. McFarland - H J. L. Stark P>'-. PROOF OF STRÉNGTH The fact that a Bank is on the National Bank Rdll of Honor i a distinction of which a finan- cial institution may be proud. It shows Security and Careful Management. The Roll of H^rior records the First National Bank as follows: 1st in Orange, 59th in Texas and 911th in the United States. Business and household accounts subject to check are solicited, Capital $100,000.00 'Surplus and Profits Over $127,000.00 " - - - ESTABLISHED 1889 — THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK ORANGE. TEXAS $£ THE ORANGE DAILY LEADER W. H. STARK S. H. WALTHALL -— L. C. PARKER Owner * ..Editór City Editor Subscription Rates. Per year Per month Per week ~ .....

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