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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 2 July 1912

y - f|¡ WM H ■ ;í£*r ^ \ «m* wmmmmmm s ü .« . I " S8*Sí Out PUce i* Clean and SsnUsrjT"* ; Our Kitchen ,,,Model fo*€tesnli«e« IS YOUH8? ;:'rv,l ..>.,J.';. . "'- rónce and you «re ■ lasting Our one aim i to pleste Yon.. TURTLE SOUP SPECIAL SAT. THF "E C C". f v O. M. STARK -- Manager fRONT " STRttt A. McDONALD S OLD STAND > to the corral and shak- i Ipod enongh for them which | doled out to them day action. the entrance through which «he >d Newbokl to reappear—for of tUe newcomer muat be he— iiBWBBiillt^.^,,„.IIIIBIII|W|BKo^|Paá^^/il^ abe could not the week he Intended to he absent; of L help that - radiating flash of Joy. the confie he realiaed that they would eat f"momentary anticipation of which fair- It up In half that time, but even ao ,, tran.flgured he> belnx; although If they would probably Buffer not too th+w^rtonned to reflect ahe would great dlsoomfort before he got back, have remembered that not to the i ^ Whole'couroe of their acquaintance had tie time. It ha...

Publication Title: Daily Leader, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 2 July 1912

1 - Notes Though a little delayed, the fol¿ reP°rt of an. announcement ; dinner will be read with much -intijr- . ■ oy the friends of the groom-ta- be in this city: Mr. and<iMifs. R. C. Lomax enter- tained at dinner Sünday evening- to announce, the engagement and ap- THE TALE OP A RVBBER BOOT AT THE AIRDOME. TON1TCHT. • • «. Walker Tracks was a particularly lucky and fortunate man. In the first place his digestion was good.. next instance, a cheerful, hap- py-go-lucky disposition made him .equally at'home jn- .poverty, or the midst of plenty. Therefore, Walker .never allowed anything tó raffle or disturb his equilibrium. Still,. ^Walk- er had one great fault—he was fazy. mmmm THE OF THE OFFICES OF proachiüg marriage of their daugh-1 Laziness jg most reprehensible, and ter, Kathleen. t„ ^Cl^nce Bland of is like'y td resu,t one s undoing, ' • Walker it seemed oflly a stimulus, for being too lazy to^vork, of. range, the wedding to occur in i hut with Osv September. . The announcemen...

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

m I, *«' • *A ft ■>:>$ V-^: ^:-¿>í^':V'.J;:V;v:;^-?. 'í1 ' ^ ^ Biw litems Mfli ■■■■■■■HHBHHHBHII y§ Ipfi Mm . J. \iXmWa, W8m8!fl¡$ L—_ I m Signified Close Tomorrow. ■ yoii want anything ¡from the stores,, post office;, in fact, yóu want, get it today for w will be independence day ♦. and nobody works. "** Im C of. stores bousfcs- that we are au- rwed to say will be cloed: The First National Bank. The Orange National Bank. The PoSt Office. : S. W. Levingston. ■ WM.~ ..■ V; ' - All Barber Shops. ; v , J. Aj Snoddy. Aronson & Bro. I 8- M- White Implement Co ■ !s t. c. Ford. : , '-■• ackson Grocery Co. lodges Mercantile Co, Joe Crager Co. rema Mercantile Co. ■ ^ ' THE ,f LEADER PRINTING )MPANY. No doubt, there are others, but July 3.—Presi- made consider- en in national forests in Montana, Arizona, Nevada, Utah and California through presidential proclamations modifying the boun- dary lines. By these changes nearly qrange, texas, wednesday, july 3, 1912. 'mm MRS* Anything I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 3 July 1912

3St= -OFFICERS—W. H. Stark, Preiident L. Miller, Vice-Pre« dent E. W. Brown, Vice*President J. O. Sinn, C i hier E, E. M :PÍrlsud, Aw't Cs hler A. E. Bunn. 2nd. am t. Cashier DIRECTORS-W. H. Stark ' L. Miller E. W. Brown F.H.Farwetl J. O. Sim. E. E. McFarland H J. L. Stark ¡ PROOF OF,STRENGTH TKo f>rt th*at a "Bank is on the National Bank Roll of Honor is a distinction of which a finan- cial institution may be proud. It shows Security and Careful Manaiement The Roll.of Honor records the First National Bank as follows: 1st in Orange, 59th in Texas and 911th in the United State Business and household accounts subject to check are solicited, s Capital $100,000.00 Surplus and Profits Over $127,000.00 ESTABLISHED 1889 — — THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK ' ORANGE, TEXAS *= ' * *" " " " ANN0U1ÍCKMENTS For District Judge. ,¥ The Leader is authorized to, an nounce Judge Joe W. . Thomas, of Vtfoodville, for the office of District Judge, of the First Judicial District of Texas, subject to the Democ...

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

SfíliV >r - ¿¿fejtegaj ' ' in,, L,1,,1, rri. r-' ¡JW ®f- S> ^ ■ÜB Viv^.' MAI Ü CSR359 > canea É8? íM GfcO. SLAND.Prop. i Bldtf. Both Phone* 71 véal, pork ^Sausage an d mutton rompt Delivery hp m i A /Rom IGOODEATING r Place is Clean end Sanitary t Kitchen it a Model, for Cleanliness ¡ IS YOURSf 1 * hi«enf?nce and you afe a tailing [ customer. Our one aim i to plea e J You. TURTLE SOUP SPECIAL SAT. ITB "G c c" muni O. M. STARK Manager fRONT STRttT MCDONALD'S OLD STAND • * W\w®s n 1'' 'A. áv $m ; ; ; ; ■ SAVE YOUR iPIli #1 MONEY w:r . • ,. - BUY A 1 NEW ROYAL VISIBLE PRICE $75.00 Beat Typewriter- Made Longer Guarantee L Simple, Durable Up-to-Date Barron ft Friedlander, Dealers. varTTSCSding. Houston, Tex. CHAPTER XXII. The Last Resort of Kings and Man. Th¡ sudden entrant upon a quarrel between others is Invariably at a dis- advantage. Usually ho is Unaware of the cause of dlBerenoe and general- ly he has no Idea, of the stage of de- velopment of the affair that has been reach...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 3 July 1912

• • - • v f 7'>5 **£$■■ SftS&ffifti 1 lllfesifs # v-^vi.-^i-1 sliSHi fe |fe3p; : llti \James M. Trahan i* a business visitor front Port Arthur. •♦'' J.- E: Magson is in the city from St. Louis today. Misses Lucile and Gladys Slade are entertaining several young ladies Lee, with ' the W. L. Pace. • this week, and ipany delightful enter- tainments are being planned. This1 Piano" ocmpany of Beaumont;: is ¡evening the^e will he a boat trip' to the city ".today. ~ E. J. Komeraek of Beaumont is in the city today. • . J * . * -' - R. ' " in ■ Sabine-lake, where ,bathing will be enjoyed, after which the Rarty ' will continué the trjp to Poft Arthur, where they will be entertained .with á dirifiwr-at the Plaza hotel. The Missies Slade's guests include: Misses Elie Jamison of Houston, Ruby Miller of Nacogdoches, Irma Drew johnson of Richmond, NWnie Wheat of Beaumont, Fanny Mary Love of Martin, Wilma Higgins of Houston, Helen Bleweti Beau- mont and Marjorie McKay of Tay- lor. • • • • Th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 5 July 1912

WSRsmH mmmmm UHllal . i' rnWK'h Siffl sr?< _ ■ tf GRANGE, TEXAS FRIDAY, JULY 5, 1912. MOTHER PRIME AND DAM yw^jwwr- Tiá^asfelh m pnap Anything in Sheet Merit i Anything la Heating Good . Anything In Boil Supplier Anything in Roofing Good . MCCORQUODALL B1 Robert fimaihltll * kmall Drowned When Launch Broke Loom ■From ■ Houseboat.- Vr: - immediately afty .the news of the _ drowning of Miss Luciie Dullahan reached thi$ city the community was again shocked by'the sdid intelligence f the accidents! drowning of Robert Smfi!la" wl,lcn occurred just a short tilts, sjde of the spot where poung lady met her death. In company with a crowd of some fifty pleasdfe seekers Mr. Sniaihall left Orange yesterday , morning at 6 o^clock on the houseboat Esther which was in tow of the launches Doman and Loretta. As the boats were entering the. lake Mr. Smaihall left the houseboat "and stepped aboard the small launch Loretta for the purpose" of putting on his bathing suit. His friend Harry Hagy follow...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 5 July 1912

vitó is# m fyH iÉ||M| Kfe EVy * *WAT j*' ! ^^h^rC' ipí; m m liir í?¿r M&'t; PP? ■ mm. ¡¡¡¡l ms ■ H OFFICERS—W. B. Stark, P/e ideni L. MlUor, V¡ce-Pro kleot E. W. Brown, Vice-President J. O. Stmt, Cnhier B. E. M-Fsrlsnd, Aw't Qíthlor A. E. Bunn. 2nd. Ajs't. Cashier DIRECTORS—W. H. Stark L. Miller E. W. Brown F. H. Farweil J. O. Sim. E. E. Me Far land H J. L. Stsík if PROOF OF STMHOIU IHiefact that a Bank is on the" National Bank Roll of Honor it a distinction of which a finan- j inatitutian mav be proud. It shows Security and Careful Management. The Roll of Honor record*the First National Bank i follows: 1st in Orange, 59th in Texas and 911th in the United States Business and household accounts subject to check are solicited. Capital $100,000.00 Surplus and Profit$Over $127,000.00 ESTABLISHED 1889 ——^— THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK ■mmmmmmm———1 -Jp^rfr THE ORANGE DAILY LEADER W. H. STARK S. H. WALTHALL. L. C. PARKER .......... Owner ; Editor City Editor Subscription Rates, Per near Per...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 5 July 1912

- M'v; «. ,:v ■■' M- n m w «•AND.Frop. VEAL, MUTTON dM ÉÁ ■ fM : " - . - ■ - fcé I ¿f. -• J r%i ^ - kfSp I! mr^XSíLyiair^iyr^ m m . & rw/. Prompt Delivery ''.W-'V'vv-' 1 Our PUce i Cle*n and Sanitary Our Kitchen 1 « Model (or Cleanliness Patronise u opee and you aré a lasting " '*&uroto aim Is to pleaie You. TURTLE SOUP- SLil —SPECIAL SAT. REST ! mm ■"■t ur.:iij O. M. STARK -- Manager WONT A. MtDONALD'S OLD STAND ?0"" :'-i' ' W§jp$&!il .hlng, fighting In a grim, was terrible." they reeled about the little room. >No two men ón earth could have been bet- ter matched, yet Newbold had a «light advantage In height and strength, as he had also the advantage la simple life and spjendld condition. Arm- strong's hate and fierce temper coun- terbalanced theee at first, and with arms locked and legs, twined, with teeth -clenched , and «res blinded and pulses throbbing and hearts beating, i they strove together. \ hB*. SMKWHKHfl SAVE,- ' ' fOUR #' MONEY BUY. A NEW ROYAL PRICE $75...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 5 July 1912

•> ' iiwIVSrf- ZlfmEM- A ' sifeflaE'1 I^w *• ' - NEWS J'vi: ' , uMB PI The young men of the dity will give a dance this evening At the Elk's Club in honor of the visiting girls. . • . H. J. Stark left * yesterdky for Cripple Creek, Colo., in' response to a telegram from Mr . Stark stating ..that she wa$ ill and threatened with appendicitis. xTheii* host of friends here hope her condition 'will not prove serious and trust to receive favorable news from her. ,* * * Miss Bertie Dougherty has re- turned honré after having finished her course in the Tyler Commercial, Col- lege at Tyler. • * * * /. Frank Hatton spent the day in Beaumont "yesterday. ■ * * * Among those' going over to seé' the aviation feats in Beaumonjxjfesterday were Mr. and Mrs. L. .E^Gowan and Mrs. Gowan's cousin; Miss Fisher of Cooper.' * * ■n Misses lielen and Maggie johnson accompanied "by- tjieir newphew, mas- ter George Smith, left this morning for Houston, where Miss Helen goes for the purpose of ..teaching a s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 6 July 1912

i' i?-, . m IBM '« " movement c | conditions along the Atlantic coast, with price unchanged. At New Ot- *|ü~ the shipments recently mad Rico and Cuba" havi l>fi«d:.^Hél.c.ondUion. fm .JMMm interest I.... I Í|k§1| *£* 1 rV*'- re as follows: ' | ; .« "" " "am" h$" HHk. W B5*? numh ed until the date t \. T" ; : y- >7i&- r'iSr *• -VW-, Án alligator yarn was going the [orange and Beaumont Ti®d for \ rounds this rooming. A reporter has Pfcco-In Final, Orange 1 it. and from good authority at. that . O,?, rtwm n—ñ™.,! j : Ingram' went :o>lS||g tanmont hook and line for the pur- KS£3.fow3 ÍSiía«¿wí'n//vKatjffl««,- ■ vised by American Officials—No What, and there seems to be no ap- parent anxiety on. the part of hold- erf of stock, though the dullt situa- tion still remains. In the interior-r-S'outhwest Louisi- ana, Texas and Arkansas—the con- w^mm I, ditioii of the growing crop is most | tjlnes , promising, and while there may be| T, delay in the first arrival, the the rO- r.r n...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 6 July 1912

;>*• ..i J.O.Súni.Cuhier K. K, «? :l DIRECTÓRS-W. H> Stark L. Mi j&V# 'íí,. .iü M lis ESumH IISIP ^SáBSBr —si £||p KMI ¡mIS Si sp The fact that a Bank i on the NationsBank Roll of Honor U a distinction of which.a finan- cial institution may be proud. It shows Security and Careful Management. The Roll of Honor records ^e Firat NationaUjank as follows: 1st in Qranfie, 59th in Texas and 911th in the United States. Business and household accounU subject to check are solicited, ■1MHHHHHMSTABUSHE^1B89 . . THE FIRST RATIONAL B IMS it . '■-m w 5S?=S With The Lumbermen pitf "jg/gffiH IP8 e®«a8 m&M Reports from all over the United States show a strong demand for all grades of lumber. There is much concern felt throughout the Carolinas, Georgia, Florida, and, in fact, all ^ of the Southern states east of the Mississippi river regard- ing labor shortage, putting some of the mills to a great antage in their efforts to keep going to their full p: capacity. This' condition, labor sho...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 6 July 1912

lilis it) i here; perhaps we •. mm Hi WMipnH fcave your answer." fees that 1 should er It I had your áfiiTW9T looked ffi-IISInoment oav ¡PFM 0nt bt celling. The low book caaes, about J^jto *** fira feet high, ran between aU windows and doors on aU sites of the They had burled as it was winter a cheerful. Una whleh on the NUth?WwaB Matt aim ii to ples«e H to her m O.M.STA**~Msnager the Im^II f&ONT he had to the b A. MCDONALD'S OLD STAND ls¡áss:*£'>'*«•>> ¿3& W$3&3M£im MONEY on a high -w—WW assurance, could jm* tail " " w «5*J!CTr butxWf bf the g Was mitt ihe BUY A IMF Wlmm i Ip5 'C ' JM. '■ 1 'JiüiW1'"!!, i;;iiy<!4'M. ■ :■■:■ mfWm, "■ms.b; -; pp :■;: • §%? ■ i$f|gp 1,,: ?'■ ':M ■fifto rTJTiT'rJ V'■■.'•; .JMfgZxéZ Robert Maitland, d, not because hi but because he was word that ao far aa <!*• M H . wgm „ Win years ago; wmmmmmm "ha to his qualities. I vouch for \'\r " ' "• *«. •4- his brother, "it ny; the Way in Enid, the way he com- thát period nt bearing Is ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 6 July 1912

IBf m* w The young, ladies of the P.litlathta class of the First Baptist church were delightfully entertained yesterday a-*t- ■ ernoon from 5 to 7 o'clock by' Miss" Zoiiie Bland at her home on Tenth street. • Music, both vocal "ano. instrumen- tal," was rendered by Misses Iria Tin- niir, Zoiiie Bland and Ida Mae Stark, and several recitations by little Miss .. Aileen Bland, all <ji which were very much enjoyed. ' ... Dainty refreshments of ice cream and cake were served, arid each guest received as a souvenir a lovely hand- painted ptacecard. w tn ÜÜ • * ■ A postcard from Mrs. Luther's party, written from Bryan, states that they reached that point the morning of July 4, and would stay there to see the gaem of ball between the Bryan team and th< Merchants' Ham of Orange. The roads irT that setcion f the state'ate- reported" good and they are making fine time. The party left for Waco the morn- ing of July 5. , ' Mrs. W. L. Trayloo and chlldreri : ; of Olivia arc visiting in the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 8 July 1912

E, vV^.íiáaMI m i 11 ¡i--',j''-:"fi'i. t ■■;• >* J||! •, _ afeaar IP-.- I" ali^w ■ IBHHL HV " swg^i^iiWEfttg^aTOt •^zBH i^pip AnylWnl ¡ Aaytkio* in Hsitlnj ( in* in Roofing Good*. jtxf WMM& . HUI i fa. Ips #j sSE v. 'Ufé <,:.<)&'!!■ >:'u fvr.--;-'v.'?.*••. onji to Carnes Confec- /hicli Hi Recently Iff Renovated B ■HH I moka Attending on Thursday • Both Teams Portland, Ore", July % --'Fifty thousand members of the Benevo- lent Protective Orijer practically every State in the Union, are here to attend the "f the order which began 'p rmo^<xMll&> .. days the Sites will have posseibii Confectionery. Thi)¡ popiiliir resort, «hilé funmiig under, the name of |H former proprietor, is and has been i since July 3, last year, owned and |^managed by oar courteous and,en- í«^;^inmbh I terprising friend, Chas, |¿ Adanis. , °¿ #'?&#< hei,d<1U8fter8 at the Mr . . ' ¡ ■■**.. ! Multonoinah Hotel. Brother Elks r Mr. Adams entered the confection- from California h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 8 July 1912

v.ov mmm wM . > >4ígjív^ ■OFFICERS—W. H. Stark, President L. Miller, Vico-PreiWent E. W. Brown. J. O. Sinn, 0 uhier E. E. M:F rU,id, Au't C.tbier A. E Bunn. Jnd. A,. t. Cashier DIRECTORS—W. H. Stsrk L. Millar E. W. Brown F. H. Parwell J. O. Simt E. E. McFarland H J. L. Stark ***• j &•' gi •;H': Proof of strength ' V ,,.... , The4acf'that a Bank U on the Natiqftal Bank Rpll of Honor is a distinction of which a finan- I 'eial institution may be proud. It shows Security and,Careful Management. Tfje Roll of Honqr records the First National Bank as follows; 1st in Orange, 59th in Texasand 911th in the United States. Bu|ines# and household áccóunt subject to check are solicited; B Capital Í100,000.00 __ fciflu MU Tjftn ' i" - •§ Surplus and Profits Over $127,000.00 ESTABLISHED 1889 r- — tm M THE FIRST NATION ORANGE, TEXAS ni„.... 3#! mSm. THE ORANGE DAILY LEADER W. H. STARK .. 'M S. H. WALTHALL - ?ditor„ X. C. ' PARKER City Editor ' j. -'f ii'itigji r :; i. 'l.i,1 'S- Owner It's...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 8 July 1912

Wk ' J m Hi mi.' v &m¡ mm Í<¿jw«SÍ«*Sasaafc- rrf .■>. '■ •••, ; -.■ ||y$ has been Hi the ub- ■■P ábtc raen are problem was at all RiP'^e*:tiifMMj have wy H IEW^Wmíwv ^ I <. ¿ ¿mm* ■■ . - I . 1 Bl.A JÉ WBa ,4 5 WaBBMi asiiP SMMaKlkMlir is—has at last'been *-gH •• iisS igfll 8MÜWÍ ■ j\ ifflp Ü? .a ■sC : • • &i. ;. :'z ■USM fgM^KBil ri£touj -~- ; -- *vrWJe ,.... ° 1 .announcement. and slflStil"® - I to íbé ábaiMl :uííiSS í HH hg|p' S . aar-4 JE|f mm >'i 4# ?Vi rely,. ;p. NÍÉÍÍ' . _ r £•■* . STARK -- Manager ^ tttt \> Í' V ■'M'X5 •• ?& .•;' fejfwgEESÍ^^ - ^ < ■MHRIHR niü e cheaply made th^ : tree ana; shrubs gro ileasant parts of the w&rtd, Hw .«SKKIKSI ,,u. -"i.i|.,,,:.} iSfef fPiyBSs mm* iu ■ •,''■'■• k !■ i • .. „■ ' .'. i'' 'Wjll. iiWJ ii.li @F-W1' tá¿S¿# ■•:&éafe ' ss&:á. Jectlo the off a cold ÍO^aB¡I^Ía^ ©«SSI •: <". "J .! ' •■■ ' 1 iSftssg ta*t toa ®ir#iree íen WmgmM. -1IT.im. H&gnl Building. ^I&SgE ..•—♦—«i I w*u«e of her «ala...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 8 July 1912

m.s i f . . c Vji-S ■' • Tf =S5 •■V 'j • - v>- ;r^ ''•. •■*'' :kK'h%r/J'-¿wffi *§fg ?■ •" ' " * ■' i § vl;news - -„ , tit 11 ■;; m > i'W-■•^in rüi r" y ift • ijm u -i "' Johnson, Marjory McKay; Ludle > Mrs Ida J Roebuck, of Leesvi Slade, Elsie Jamison, Jules Mitterer, La, arrired in,.(her «ity yesterd Bessie Smith, Wilma Higgins, Flor- where she will remain several days ence Pinch aó'd Gladye Slide, Me , as the guest of her daughter, Mrs. srs, JCaitl Bancroft, Paul Wooten, W. "" BWRB V. C. T. Ü, Will meet timor- /rnoon at 3:30" o'clock at the ' M church, and ttif in'. am will be rendered: ler.: Mrs. Joiner. ■ iject. Anti-Narcotics. M. Gutistrearo. mW''- *.*''• Lutcher Brown, 1'feftjrtj' Lewis *. * * ■ Bryan, • Archie McLean, Chas, Me-, Mr., and. Mrs. Herman Neis, ac- Farlarie; Archie McNeill and C. E. companied by Miss Córine Journeay p. Neff. ÉÍPfS eading.„-pw. 6. Heine#,' A leading of Minutes, Instrumental Solo. Miss Zollie od, ling. The Opium Curse. Mrs. , A. Watson. Chi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 9 July 1912

Ski '■ ' y"' '')■ ill , '* 'i 11^%'ÍV * lE 1 tálii rnmtiai m Al ** fr'.-' __1 ***^_ : 111 i® LJSx* ~ iSraSSl® ^■■í 5| ^ ^HE .-: mi. to ¡ta u _ ;¡ng capacity, the stage' t¡on o V " ,. : V , 1 . ? ling room in the pi i reach of thcee 'M #> iho hoped tb jjet' in when he c—V" , «peale onen i fc*rf Arthur by tbe ^ «it reception committee from Was due l op- ever attending a public man be- j He . and in addition a large number, the St Port Arthur supporters chartered lunch there and cam® to Orange _ - I this pa Ilrs march from the boats to the ho-^separ: tel was made between a double line that t of adnmers, to the strains of music , tínie , „ . I He was introduced ¿y S. M. White where her pr. ■n a few well chosen words, §p ¡and Federalists Mr. Sheppard began his speech by'MrV Sheppar. c«ptSc n jriv*n hifli by the people 'of Woltirs gave Mm this section of the state, and especi- ball of it" to the ally of the cordial way he was treated Houston where the July £-Th.t ÍOB OÍ t¿0 Jialt i ift...

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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 9 July 1912

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