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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 9 July 1912

, . ■' ■ced. • i ■ ■ ■■■ - a ^tockholnffi .•? : ®fPl ■ . -•« Tjr Ctobbt 'Yo«; f You Shulte! You j re- yW^hatting pSfüfl Biiü ¡no <-~s¡sw $*•■ ¿ < ií■ 1 •* jff * B iMi l^fe. * V stri '.. n*w mm ' -4ÜP - l^iísí-V^^ OT4MS8tohH3 ■éííéhíhééAííIvaH^HÍ China ^¡?r""'"'+" " • • ■!*- Ww. ' >¿ .«.^ '^'-V ' | Í8&Í&'- -í^if mw? í#5 WM §S|fc3j|jy " pU mm .to pbw by mottth by tftfe'^ai. Ihtertrtate Ce X. Uks wwld with all of the i her something I V Helen Pfefce -estrians. Her $1$ $ mm lutif fori m STKLtt MCDONALD'S OLD STA ilmk' ' ''¿k¿< '^'V ■%% Vflti I j H BfflillJMMH ¥$N¡SÍ siplpli r ¡¡§ ' but * jBSlStti conta ,^ÍSÍ f •Sf •;it w*j,play*£ta.the J hours. This seeirfs _.Je to fans today, i more than two hourly mm* j«$|3 rAL *m'B SSi■« months of tb ed June 30, in R^wssS^HEffiatts r iillira ^SBSg^MKHra Í®!1|SK5® Register No. 44156 will make the Season at SISKSS 'gllfr -jjatf" ran# that 4«f. Hvrf" i# the. gross in ®¥4^l^tli_ outt for tax*#, sspSfPS . t reserve a,byB«riad;; . era p...

Publication Title: Daily Leader, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 9 July 1912

Wñ ifci Mrs. J. S. Anderson ¿joña Mrs. S. -S. MurcUe. entertained last evening in of their niece,'Miss-Eula May Gillespie of Houston- a large of young folks enjoyed the affair very much. A gweismg ctjintestfuriished much amusement, and music added to the.' pleasure of "the guests. Several se-.' lections Were rendered by Misses | Nea and Katherine Portyrood with piano and violin, which 'were very much enjoyed. '•'< • > Cut flowers and fern adorned the rooms. The. punch bowl was placed on the large south, gallery and throughout the evening, delicious fruit punch was served. Refresh meats, of ice cream and cake were served, also. Those participating in this delight- ful hospitality were Misses Eiila May Gillespie, the honoree, Harris, Pearce, Reid, Wilson, Jamison, Miller, John- son, Wheat, Higgins, Blewett, Mc- Kay, Slade, Gladys Slade, Pettis, Miterer, McNeill, Theta : Sholars, Saunders, Smith. Portwood, Katheñ ine portwood. Watson, .Berrington, :• Hewsori,. " Wignall, Starks, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 10 July 1912

w ■ -i m ■: •• y. &¥%.■?*', •■ •■ '■ '1 | $M,'ii flmñK 19IE& ■ . i- ' . ■ ' , ; ■'. .. y iM " '1 sp r«gular monthly meeting '* ird of Mayor andCity Có was held last night in the coa _ . . . , 1 fhe time ■JHL ily matters, such aBWBHiBP||PjHpB #«*' «« «, J?*" organisations . ^entatives here at>«* all members of the local * to «tend the^W tomorrow and put in. a much imgmimm. I X'^wSBwí$3Í^Í$¿iá i¿! r rvfr,v-A^;;f - :. i"n "• i <■ National ^TWms A handful of I threatening W¿ *oon and jo SiPJ^R;'' /T _ - ■ 'I : _ 'V. - H ™JSlraM ".•-f _ f}e ,\'c $$ &; p '-V$' vlf ^ retary of the Navy Winthrop has gan Today. Several " about completed i few simple re- - - * Hh m iial Í",£Mñ í<fm^ mswHii b between the •hrbition Co e to' .. and it is the desire o Oí the various prospective matters head of the "local org! *r discussion, three ordinances 15% prepared to main probably the most important; now ' ^ibiting' teams leaving, or M teams, hauling wood 'j .'o*.' slabs leaving on the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 10 July 1912

:''lX iiiilftlinini^ni , ;.1..I Jill. - Wmm — JFFICER8-W. H. Stark. President L. Mil * J.O.Sirai. CuMer. E. E. McF«lat J.O.Sirai. Cuhier. E. E. M .-Farlaad, Aw't Cuhier A. E. Buna. 2nd. A«s'|. Cssbiér DIBECrORS-W. H. Surk L. Miller E. W. Brown F. H. F.rwell J, O. Sim, ■ —A'fj.f B. E. McFarland H J, L. Stark - . ^ .. — PROOF OF STRENGTH í ;'3 •■•y '? m t-' . > 'J^ * ■ .-V'.", : ; The fact that a.B*nk i on the National Bank Roll of Honor is a distinction of which a finan; cial institution may be proud. It shows Security and Careful Management. The Roll of Honor J records the First National Bank a follows: 1st in Orange, 59th in Tetas and 91 Hh in the United > The States. Btiriness and hdusehpW accounts subject to ¿heck are solicited; - 11 mimi: wWfiH Capital $100,000.00 Surplus and Profits Over $127,000.00 - ESTABLISHED 1889 THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK ORANGE, TEXAS 'annt ^Augus ficé of Judicial ] :the ^. n=w: ífcwái '■r\líS--Jé23M3&*4 j innouncr w«*m, J THE ORANGE DAILY LEADER ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 10 July 1912

ÉRHbi '•&#. / ' i;® t ■■/ 1 ; iraw^ '^wmy> v ■ lit!! ij •® , tl/Jr ÉÉ liSaS vi: '' If ® ; S . . JPL„ ,.4.: I Mffei? ... V ** • ■ ®Xlv|IBfr .-.- 1 iPMl thataaicab ■Khü r one aim 1 to pleaae r. J®s =«; E80U# ' ' — E C C" ' O. M. STARK — Manager _: ¡ese .EjmKliiPlI - ü..- speed. Bat g0¡§| . hereby ««y new or old eobeerUSr |1 ^3Pf In making the 1 •■■J'Tr--' 3"' ** *• "Wssfi I ¡¿Sgf • - secure a 32 piece ' . v mí :v* " 1 # .1 jbtla ou I MTtn lmiHirUl ■r ni cap, ■MB' brasa bottom Ilk* W* a^#0a^ a,as ^j "'" " > ?#i 8HÉ ffeafog tesial#s 89K BUY A Mil iwl™' I i Adoaen WW*$ .*# HI 'U n UlMtii' ' return. áW J .. ,1 n ,, - ^PMRSR* l8§Wdst riiaippi ■■i $ ¡;7r^ ' «SÉI 1 , Ülv m áy .. '•• edmOWRose [£$ '. -'vÜfflHi y old or new ONE ■Fíl to secure KKPlS' ■ — . 1 subscriber to pay three months in ■ttBT - -i K-m... ft? &V$lB for a limited V* a- «...**. have ÍÍIIÍÉÍÉs these sets and will fill' all ord toiy can get Kitchen Wen Set mm m 2 pint Lipped Sonce Pa , one 2 pin, Batter Bowl and o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 10 July 1912

;Jfü ^í^mmSKSt S4á sÉw ®VaSlS Pli8? ͧjiiɧp$ mt" iü HH8 WMii ft IftHMB Wií :■> : :■ ■.:":v. - iV-' v.' .'■ r 8 I ■ II ■■ I ITa ^Jl®« K ? S. Smart, a prominent Dallas oían, ié in the city today. " -> Miss Helen Achenbach is back home after an extended visit to At- lanta, Ga. 1 m w. K; !f&'. A postcard from Mn. butcher's . "From Orange "to New York, via Colorado" party mailed in Wichita Falls reports that they are. making fine-progress, from Fort Worth to the above city on the 9tS, > distance ■ of about J50 miles, 'besides getting off the right road several .times- v They report the roads as 'Svretch- ed" ip that part of the state but he good reports of Mineral.Weils, Ine fine dinner they_ had, and the nice town of Wichita Falls seems to have compensated them for the trials of, the journey. , / ' '«it- J b "--J (**r, '■ , . ' . „ . .. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Henderson who have been the guests of Mr; and Mrs. John Stark, left for Green* ville^Ala., today. At the Airdom.e. Fóll...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 11 July 1912

®J.1/; 'v': V-;.*'v fel rnm W'aV'" f:; V w &¡$MN9aR hurt in a pken M r limbs and one 'arm and it yoiyig man mm Hpp 7 City of Orange. well preserved and was made 1657, by Jujius R. Pratt. M ote of County. MRPOTPiliiH^P effort is being + ^ Washing mi nil.i. 1i ■ 'fu CTED . . , MAL f «J—M r 'í-tí r'ií i iff SBÉI 3 nn r1 "* í ¿É: «(hr fo, S.. rtW ;he great the is doubtful ,; s i the doctors ary entertain recovery. ^Mr/'pavell sutes that he will sen., *¿mm, f drawing to some *°vernment e> ■RHH v--™ áhother \ * the St- an important one and well worth ex 1 tin some juiy l,-Th« «Í „;ur„7 o,;;„ur... alleged leader of the suicide himself with its history, ii v<j^.-l&r"|ifc.;5j •nary, J fy 2?, the public at a. political rally shouiu which time tJnTUifferent cati- vfcws could be expressed great army, of votéis made ar with their positions and >ns upon public questions. IT s been ascertain ts for office would ipportunitytomakp/tl i gPs eB Quiet ^Érn t« ábto |r«w4 wnaSp I tí is ó...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 11 July 1912

« v, Jm m § mm. i,i ü'irii'Hfti ===== —; m -OFFICERS-W. H. Stark, Pre.ident L. Miller, VlC8.Pro.Went E. W. Rro#n. Vic J. O. Simi, Cuhier E. E. McF rl ndl, A<i't Cmhier A. E. Buna. 2nd. am'i DIRECTORS—W. H. Stark L< Miller. E. W. Brown F.H.Farwell J.Q. ffi *4 -i i E.RMeí§)Íiwd H J. L. Stsdc t '4 ísíi PROOF OF STRENGTH mi The fact that a Bank i on the National Bank Roll of Honor i« a distinction of which a cial institution may be proud. It shows Security and Careful Management. The Roll„of record the First£La#onal Bank as follows; lsfin Orange; 59th in TexaB and 911th in the U States. Business and household account subject to check are solicited, ~ Capital 1100,000.00 ¡MSm Surplus and Profits Ovjsr $127,000L ass |||! is ESTABLISHED 1889 pp tt Joe } tot the . B First Judicial 1 bject to ' tee July, ¡11#? , Leader "is authorize. .. Judge A. E. Dávis of BaU as a candidate for the of ict Judge for the First strict ¿f Texas, subject to of the Democratic THE FIRST NATIONAL ORANGE. TEX...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 11 July 1912

'u£llS Wwm /Kw? SWte J! mm wmwssipj ggg mm "''MvMvO'i' roN 3 ., . ••... T> V.M- .' • .'.'iff- • • ' f>- -, . • ' •/, - mm ¡aggl^ ? «■>, 'r - 1 i I M n«oi ;< ;WA aim it to'lr—- Wi B9Bra¿ ?#'?áS 'i$¿&W p A—**"*®*0® ijaiiá O.M.STARS-M.M ÍONT STREX* A. McDONALD'S OLD STAND vp-f ''•-•• :V^ BMWVtXM &5 2K« ■ S ^ ÉPi * 1 ím ;át', n*r ■*?•., feí&Waéfe&l KM lipspiil trTiTftiT f * íue^ Í¡¡ÍKS If I should!" , ' T """UW mUí 0,6 mln- _7 ,iegtoa 'to - took -;% groat deal like «¿¿:H _Ufe ¿\ . * don- at you could «o homo iu «motha|to« toa - &¿íbBW litit B1 Hlül í$W0?.jjjf^'^'¿¿ujjJ.W; >á'íi !••* '"Í^P;W^Ó. 32 S06fflyS8a*H! ■h^ KS -Hí atiful set is of absolnte first quality and perfect in every wafc deeorat ed iu Old Rose and Green with Illuminated Pure Coin Gold Band Edge. 41 Art is neoosaary <o «cure tWaWatifu. Breakfa* Met is for an, mSáKHSSSSS^^T^^ üa"y Uai"'PlM 01 ad for a limited F«to^ÉÉÉ|Ég| BÜ BUY A SKSS ifidWpPKJf%-U' PHR^^^a , , •■,'. • , -V '■ ■ I i n ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 11 July 1912

mWmitm WW:h ' '■•••: • ' • - '- J' . - ' : . :;:r4 ■ j trip to CfctoridQ, Springs tiy- aútomo- attempted to have wpn * w J irifé ¿nd¡ were aé'far a Mineral W^ls -cd by the léfeúlature. pWHR ^ae«d¿y; [*ft «ooi>5 =. \V. H. Stark accompanied the FRANK HATTON. Saturday u. 'enterday afternoon froip lour to |§|pi*. o'clock. Master Lawrence -Ed- celebrated his fp birthday with a birthday party at , the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H, M. Mayo. • Seventeen little guests came *■ to Subscribed and «worn to hefore party as far as Hpusto^ arid * will' me, this the 11th day of July ;A. D„ return tpnight. . • . ■ ' I M2. 4 > ^ÑNA: RAGHr. * • ¿ I Notary Public in and for Orange The first installment of "Excuse, _ County, Texas. - 'Mel"- a serial story by Rupert Ü participate in the birthday ties, and such little folks had. proved enjoyable, spent a happy* afternoon. When they were called freshments, Which were served in'entljr ¿ajjed the yard, the large birthday, cake, with its four tiny...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 12 July 1912

ü 1 I . i 4<®íi w| Wr&tyf*; fM,* % Aarlbiní lo Bleculc ! GooÜT'"'' ' ,n wtwicw voooi, •'• 'MfÜdMi la JtaftMM.Qóádk. |M" W1 Anything in Heating Good*. | m wr' -*■'■■■ £-!<g .,.1 m .m*H Qoo^.mm McCOftQUOPALL t m ii'ibeing made to Strang cal rally for Saturday ^v- if' e'ning in thi* city. ' « _ " sh-1 On account of the great ■ Times' oí candidates %rí thf various polit- é. From Stock-j cal jtjbs to be voted for at tfets coi le paper's staff'i g primary, July 27, the pub 'V " -'-I feels that a political rtlly should be Vt which stands out prom- held at which time the digert of the I didatea' views could be expressed MmM ««tSaturday night, lifteS'*; 13th, d :<S! 8RT SEINE MAD m*. á r NO. 1 R ■ Yesterday , Two-Story Brick Bqjfeimg and Three Foi"d Made. Highest' Score, Lots Purchased From L. Miller, Hineteen T**ty 1 ¡É $". ■ j|E| e Orange 'Gun Club held its vU ..An important real estate tr I«!! ;.• were in the shoot; T. C Ford made j of Second and Front Streets, which mad* "-r...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 12 July 1912

rnrnm hmkm [ ■. t 9 v <¿f¡ wW i 'ti' ■ í • v ysffei II ■HH sáipá ¿0? ■ mññ■&■• 1 xx&maxi&i r®l : V;:Y '..: ' ■ ;.- ■ '■.: . ;:«■ r; ■ ;• \ ¡ — -r■■'■•■■ - H-: -.V. ■ ■:■•■' ';V ■ V> .z^.: :■: ;; ,>vnS.i:.: •>.: , wmm MBK iter- fems WHft msmMMá h —— .. .. ÜH M :iá. . IS i-i^p ¡$S®Pi¡-' X. ¡ ; ■... ^S^heH Hi .js ""*■■ ■ '* M i'"- • '''' '4 HHWMP fe 'stfe i fe , ■ «¡Ja ¡S&a| B-SiPs *«*5 II HH mm$0* m^SS^SKBm 1 - „. W&djmiié. "S'í ;««í mPFg|jáfe5 Wh ^■■■?.;y. ■•■tr-r,.-;/,-- ^ilBMWIÍÍ^b • \ . * 2 IV.- - * .••• ■ 1 .IL J til A ■ An event that will create Intense enthusiasm among £ !H ' . - sure to save from 10 to 35 per cent on w-! jfeV^. '/to ¿wmffl MMk k m mi for the entire ^auvi* ^ f* - ' .T*A > - ViJr ' -■ ' - <>i' '-*■ store. * '¿W* r—~ Men's 50c Blue Work Shirts tip smH JSB$m I ■ Mk! m At less than what many dealers bny them for. Shirts cut full size, double stitched pocket. Sizes 14 to 17 1-2 .... - 50c Blue Work Shirts for :...,... . • 35 ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 12 July 1912

agllfl ^ wmmMWMMmmnmmaw SRWM ^a^jéKV<SBWité:.s<í«i3Wtt w:t «.waw-v 3HS WW HI mill - ■ ' ' . I " ' " m T<rHW% "7~ if^it 'üSi t:8*niui(y"iH¡ ir Cleanliness Jíioía - -Mi^í 10U M« j and you «re a lasting Ouroíf itíl*U to ptew. C E" RES fAMC nBÍBPP front í4. MCDONALD'S OLD STAND mnti w mi ,T£L ,.. , «•kind nothing mora negotiable than BjSMÜHBM • Mmm piSiP^ *iliS CHAPTER IV. A Mouse and ,a Mountain. ííü^h n I ■ ■j í4! bu* a sleeoer was fllllnjc no.' the ^pt^letfW •W. v ** manlty tumbling Into rectlons, with all aorta and destinations. The.porter expert eye ft laboratory. A sort of test-tube of character; meet under «range ■VaSi 8 Tbe norter could never f< ingredients of any " tions And reactions. He had no Boom Wedge wood of London and Mr. Ira Latbrop of Chicago, to compara! repose, than Ilia car waa invadid a woman who flung herself Into the ■eat She was flushed with run- . and breathing hard, but ahe one gasp of relief: ' wpnvmm^ Bo°to<"i'1 sip " At/i/lL The mare aound a ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 12 July 1912

* ^ 'V'}i ■*£'*'? - ■ * rXy -*, '¿r* ' ^P? uní - ,TrOT .&*•■' ^Sffl •OFFICERS—W. H. Stark, Pre«ideat L. Miller, Vice-Pro«ident E. \V. Brown, J.O.Sim , Cnhier B. E. McFírúnd, Au't C«hier A. E. Bunfi, 2a DIRECTORS—V/. H. St.rk L. Miller E. W. BiW F. H. Farwetl * . E. E. McFarland .' HJ. L. Stsrfc ' m mm % 9 PROOF OF STRENGTH ImmtmM&t MEim mm —, —4* 1 mm §0Mwi- ftfte Wmwí BttiBsgfero dlíhe fact that 9 Bank is on the National Bank Roil of Honor ü a dilution .of which a Bnanr P^yTn' cial institution may be oroud. It shows Security and Careful * records the jPi«t Nationn « « - - -ry.s?~ r mn =%ates. jnal Bank as follows: 1st in Orange, 59th in Te household accounts subject' to dfieck are solicited, If $?§' Capital $100,000.00 Surplus and Profits Over $127,000 00 ESTABLISHED 1889 4# fiW THE FIRST NATIONAL ORANGE, "" Augustine, as a fice of í.ittrict THE ORANGE <• & 1m man can (ail to see Mr 1 the action of the Deo l|Ip H I mm' mmm jrfct Judge < ■5 W. H. STARK S. H. WALTHA...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 12 July 1912

fsms i i fe- > 0 usmm ¿MSSSoi'i # ,'; ;• ■•■ ■■*■<: ):'■ ' j... •J4í " --T. VÍ wj^Bspi1^®^. -'•*, , !,-%;: - ifj«M|[T tatoí "«ST' ;• > w;4? " • * *$ ->■ ^ ' •ií':¡ •.". • ' • •' V 1 -kfti-vV-'n- ' •• *'n ^ SfSSg settled. ¿ÍA the KB ris« " the w gd«H ÉlIH ; H:% Hi the state 0|§| •• * 4 far on «SIMPS? by "The Ha- nn- in from Santa Cruz, California, ing her mes «re lili &&8bÉBÍ nts /defe* alte IIR flies out i «o hit . I is pinked and takes, order yóf the commistioner ' court,' ~ wood steal* |||^ jgi^ jofiiT,. GOODM' " Clerk of the County Court, - Underwood steals second and t Po" Arthur claimed he was out. , tTn^ire eirfted balk o Ellis *«¿ at- Üttpire called balk on jBlIir and al- lowed Underwood to hold second Underwood steals- third and Tallin o run< no hits ... _ ... ,.. . 8er ¡t was playedj^K^^^^/ jout, „„ .«..=, « «. First Inning—Port Arthur: Cur-! Eighth Inning — Port Arthur: tine fans. Dudy goes out on foul fly, w'ls°n MM «oes to second on to catcher. Wil...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 12 July 1912

■TiwriH >,.$'r.y , ..V •M/Íi,..>í '!%•■■ ^"SSSS ' 'V BroSte' I ¿i.***! WMJmr E p SI3| ®.r &B . Jmmm §Ég&lg fa MW MMffi ÍI 1 i! Worth of New White Goods, Lin- * r« i . , . . . en, Laces and Embroideries just received, will be put out in this sale and will bear. ttie Red Tag :• « ~ Price. MMIBMjHHIii V«v- '•• few s IM ^ISMPIS t ^ _ _ "during this Annual Red Tag Sale Everything bears red cut price tag. • ' /. • ^1' -i ' ' AA IBSSílIk á¿ L - • llif ft4 'T1 , I ■' ■ ;fíí^P||í. ,*v. ¡SilP iw mm m . Bj «1 i j' ; 1 * i i. «areiai! Sir r s. .tl.\ 1 A QfPl .. . .•- I ' r l^Ml ' ÚWitXtr, sSMasS■■i lllEff ?•• •• vV*W-'-S- ^ ,jfféílS|¡| : '¿¿Mi'A W"'- S / " Underwear, Men's and Boy's Wear and all Shoes, Hats, Staples and Notions will bear the Red Cut Price Tag during this u, .. " * ' *- j , Look for the Red Tag which bears the cut price. Everything marked at \ >roid «¡ur ,mme M for 10 Big Days. brands. Each and every pair is -CíM' WmM HplS mim W?\ ■t'•"■•i •:* — - ? : Éli! íftU®...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 13 July 1912

i WMá fajare ! m ImS lÉfr Itt ! te Let Metal ! Aoylhiot in Ho «¡«m Good . ■Pw^%';;/■ i m Aoywiag m ivoonng uoods MeGtWtQÜODALf. «II SATURDAY, JUI ;p. '' PH.R Tftniv I - - - — mm ■ ■■ • . ' ' . rn 106. : * """" ?■ C„ July 13.—Fu- < h-Fa.ir tpnight an m :m m« M «Msg «fPS l i'Émm st reví ? the fact that Jjjjfe, No Pottible Restorer of ic Prestige to Caucasin e Developed u He Did p • ' , riff ';,4r££-*T5É ., — ; "." V g* rou8ing *al"rwill be ; rSZtíJZT'Z Sd-ut,d' Mayor is working heart and *ffa* °L '«* Suaday evÉMng. ( hbld.4cónight. * g| circumstance similar to tfidte \ which marked the coming out 4 m fact that the Mayor sou[ wjth the ladies, persuading, the event of the finding of true ' section of the city threatening and doing all that he. W he conducted during the vaca mprov/ments. It is Ca„ to get for Orange the honor and tlon "«« of the court, at present .0, ,A "Cleaneat-City-in-Tcx- ' ^ v , Chief Justice Bret )range can win this prize it ¡"ana supreme court Jastyegr held >...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 13 July 1912

i? I - 1 iTOgSKI :<.■■ ■■ ,. * . .. ■;,>:; , \ . :ERS—W. H. Stark. President L. Miller, Vice-1 ■R^l shier. _ '(M r\r* * 0 ' V ' v ym ■ 11 - , .".1 , ;;. Si g&jgl 1 1 •" ■> ■ ■ min =3= Ijé'M <<$%1 His ^Jgw|$SÉ Jlí sil •The Officers and directiors oí the First National Bank of Orange are well known successfurbusinessmen who are ever alerí in the interests of this banking institution and its depositor's welfare. sSM , ' V ; Capital $100,000.00 ■8Fi JIPI? SlSfóM ' jfttil ===== B Mü ■ % announce Ju( Iwwl - mm « fice of L H ■ Judicial 1 pafffeip#p<a eiikWSíáL'iíWÍ: r 4 &&&$& i!?? E&Wtfi lía |Bp;: jpCÍ" TPP With The Lumberinii (Contributed.) WmM The yellow nine trade continues on ^ with every indication that conditions prevailing in 1906 ^ be reached before the close of the year. Stocks on hand at the mills are far Mow normal and as- sortments are broken. . The value of yard stock.trade has been well maintained and prices are firm and advancing. Jb...

Publication Title: Daily Leader, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 13 July 1912

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Publication Title: Daily Leader, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 13 July 1912

.™1P! ■ ===== IPllllil' Pfogtam Senior League '/■'. Í«ea4er7-Mtss Helen. Lesson—Possibility; of Childhood. Reading Psalm 1. ' ' wmm pi§ ||||i S®ng-By Junidr*. ' | Tflk—By leader. Talk on Lesson—Kent Watson. Discussion of lesson by all. Sons. , , ' ' Benediction The public is cordially invited to attend this service. . *i it o< éeverál' «reek i to relatives in Louisiana. .M j |É||f? .1* J X Miss Julia Hutfler of KOsse, re- turned to' her tome yesterday after pleasant visit with relatives here. * * * Andrew LaSalle left for his home in New Iberia today, after a vkit to relatives here. iWg P. B. CutryWM0*- Beaumont to- day where "he will meet .Mrs. Curry, whd is returning irons a visit through West Texas and Oklahoma. St"''. . ijpr?:v'-'| dance was given in the. armory ._st night and a large crowd Was in attendance who enjoyed the affair very much. on Mrs. J. N. Sims left for this morning for a short • * * üfe ■BPSf* mM b © is in the city Sidney J. C* ly of New Orleans is R. Roqueno...

Publication Title: Daily Leader, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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