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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 15 July 1912

f *'. |p|¡B ^ i1 ii| — ^ — — in Sheet ( Aoyihiog b> He.fin* Goods. Anything in Boa Supplied Anything In Roofing Good*: ?rms McCORQUODALE BHDS 1 ■99 ■f mmm , interest o£ ... ^.--~0« \-.mat-- ■kRHRRBS 'k%¿rn. the y C&mtti - i '' Tu «$r.jdk.r^ys i i * NO. 107. ; . üí'W.aa 60 HH were of v. BUsh Sk.. . .... ■■■ WB will ' dawn r is anticipated mercial Club sutes that ¡n accord- The Chr will be b renewal of activ- anee with an understanding at thi, of the Pre Stocks in hand o' meeting, he has mailed out one hun- ranging a mi I Society of I an*:,Mis*. H*y on, District Superintend- ent of the Jleaomoat District of that organization, will be in Orange ' rrow afternoon "®W' will iqfcet ■Wthe locálHÍ[MBÍÍÍÍtaMM The Chrfai \mm imi is mm I The political Saturday night HHR ¡pss Addressed Vo- Intereat of | Leader, fat Chicago At* IeSrtíre — toauendthe meeting today to plan the presidential cam- paign-of Governor Wilson of New Jersey, will be influences largely by the plans whiqh. have* been ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 15 July 1912

m K J -v* rBW.W'gr;,1 i-tsaass osas VFPICERS—W. H. Stark, President J, O. Sims, Cashier E. E DIRECTORS—W. H. Stark L- Miller fflü E. E. McFarland — ¡sident E. W. Brown. Vice-Presi. Cashier A. E. Bunn, 2nd. Ass't Cai . Brown F. H, FarweH J. O. Sims / • • & H. J. L. Stark 'W§M a . ■íAWW' ^ "m< " ? §3 /'■ ;.F<H f I idt m I M Mm Ippá Hr well known successful business men who are ever alert in of this banking institution and its depositor's welfare. The First National Bank, Orange, i PBBBB a"-í': C Capital $100,000.00 WÉi Surplus and Profits Over $127,000.00 m IS - —r~~~ W. H. STARK .— S. H. WALTHALL L. e. PARKER City Editor Per year -■ Per month Per week Subscription Rates. ..46.00 PHONES m Phone Phone mS&n Contributions will be ' ceived, and given space t h able but we must ask that all contrib- In Indianapolis, Ind.,1 there is: a successful wholesale jeweiry doing .business under , the euphon- eous ii.tle of Drinkwater & Sweat, Owner an(j j„ the same city there is a ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 15 July 1912

i B: • •'• , '$>:<■ .J*¿ IjjLg)'v jK&n ir-' j 1 > , - y^'-■ .: ;'• ' c-V" •• t • .w--- ■ >>" i 4 * t-mim* i Vou may let í perfectly olear, HHHHHHI ® lIMi I $} i! ' V ^ '* ^ \ | s - ! the wfth bta It out . - • ••■;;, . \V-úr:>•:. >. v • r . '- •• •. , ~ ¡ >; , fl-iá* H&éL3P$N& • fe > * f > 1% '*«• ''"Vf&""■■> - ,'fe ■- ■ •• ' *:.• ,T *./'.. i* i a bi flli tanta ro\ ■■■I ■ lot her -hi — Stateroom when * hand- with luscious eren, but «•bowed IV' - mm# ■:'**'?. :.u fy imil« |i all came slink- the corrido* «¿PO&ippeí the door. Silence Alone Uta ai first, then when be «gata, he heard a muí mmmmm ¿$m & a*fl aoftly •wpt hl promise, | pa tita ' lnif MP andoff. . Vm your Walter alta «nickered S* musnt come little wider a down-caat wWSSm to give him a "Wtthyottr KmM| What IHR ggag« v- •■ :Jfi?£ h í V wire ■■■■HpPBHIB . ■' Vi' mmm "But sita and I MM «ta tea don't . WW; • i ?w • " " ^ -:';'iv ]>• ' PRICE $75*00 OOM* the divorce. 1* a fi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 15 July 1912

¡gSffii MlBMII m «SOCIAL NEWS . «ül í# r *T* 1 .• ' '• v ' V\ * i vW;#?rf:í ■ mR P% Saciai Notes fl s#S I .'which that idP BHSSÍÍ • ; '. :■ r The meeting of the W. C. T. U., was recently postponed on account of the rain, will be held to- morrow afternoon' at the Methodist Episcopal church at 3:30. Every one " is cordially invited. ' - - ♦ MTs. LutcherV party- arrived at Oklahoma City, Thursday July Uth, ■ and will stay over'there two nights. A post card from them state this (Oklahoma City) is a , cify. The party has { covered nearly nine hundred titiles, arriving „in the above city • at two o'clock last Thursday mormng after a hard clay's run over rather bad roads, but a delightful trip. •< ! % . V; -'v^ • ♦ • There will be an ice cream supper Thursday evening at Mrs. James Parish's at Little Cypress ' The .proceeds will go to the Little Cy- press Church. • Every one cordially -Z •.¿ •• •'' •;* •.-v.":: • invited. • *feAS0 Miss Hermoine Stephens, who has been visiting Miss LoueUa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 16 July 1912

, 0t fí/: i IS if . . HMIÍ I. . Anything In Heating Good*. McCORQDODAXX Mtbs I BfflE mw^mm >*•**. N€k 108. ES WILL BE i . ■ P'M j1'iff? • ÍÉSÍÍÍSÍII w; Durbinj* . Ohio, whoisone' pRa®SPP ot^P¡wm®8kÍ Millet waá ¿¡ morning,, by * leader repi *■ m «P^in \jjm | condition* yhe: | ys IKafatnd-pat by :'':®Nü'. Orange Giro-, itéd.in a general .irrite up or a fe* thia city, which wil); ap- a^e, August number-. of hij, Companyi ^ the company magazine. „ , proper, he said- owierfcnce.,i&- Wm H¿waSI ,W P#o-American Magazine MjKL we„ JEjL that j am Pre*i- preterence to w^Howard. # c¡rcu,alíon o{ somcthing |,ke 100,- dcnt of the 0range Grocery Com- Prcsident of the United ^ ¡„ Centrai and South „Ame„ca pany and have quite a nice bunch jugare- • , „ . «and wa* established in Mexico City ( Wock •„ .t|,e enterpriae. I . feel ,L * 1500 * * "•««•—*w- "■ <JZl£ i."2* Llk be way Ohio Republican vottjia wilt to the Democratic nominee Men it were -:(ij |plfeiuppórt^^^^^ n Z' OhílShaver wíaí«ed 'a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 16 July 1912

. ;v. íjf^s ^'Í* iMV'í «'¡¿J;* VÍ• OFI ICERS~W. H. Stark, President J. O. Sims, Cashier E. E. DIRECTORS—W. H. Stark L, Millei 3 ' v®IS dent . Aas't Cashier A; V. Browo F. H. Farwell í. McFarlaiid H, J. L. Stark ■> 'L , l, -' ;'."J, V " i i«in in; J- Vice-Pr As>*| ■ 'S§E¿ Mi: ■ <■■. I Success ess Men WSffm ill limmj St,-:', wmi' fe- ... The Officers arid directiors of the wfeil known successful businessmen who are ever of this banking institution and its depositor's welfare. of Grange; are in the interests The First National Bank, _ Capital $100,000.00 Surplus and Profits Over $127,000.00 S#II SIR m >?¥ — ~?r~. r~■*— IK HIKE LEIDER . .i i; ¿ Owner W. H. STARK ... S. H: WALTHALL 1 Editor L. C. PARKER — "City Editor ESP*? mm ,, -w,. ,. — I Subscription Kates. 1Sil 'Per yealr .......... Per month || m ™* H PHONES H New Phone .... WW. — iione ɧ« ..S39 . 4 . Contributions will be ceived, and given space when avail- able but we must ask that all contrib- uted articles be typew...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 16 July 1912

4th District:— mmm ^©ET* í ''v u^m , f- * «. J -. < '%;V1 Üfc fe: " • ^ Ww&im' l#w$ii ^IIBH mw: 1 §5aS?ól?ííS ,- '"-V-:r •■/. ^T* * -• ?^ffV <• J R TURNBUtC - ■■■ i iI ftllfis v:.' S!:-t-: ' ' • W m i A «COALS' •••fc%'i' " jji-- ■ | ■Bara&fl - f'■ ■ v^smi íéMpé;&Í$>, WMimm '• m .•• '<-■ For; JHH|M WmMñ *m :¿U'f; 'V; -y^gfrnm * %KS^í^iiiKiB¿®8ra ISSH -, :r; ..;*Wí " K&WgS ' mm Bs« i. ".' HSÍÍWÍíím R M JOHNSON County tó&ifea® JOSH GRIFFITH " • ' Ti Hiri'l".¡ii I ® t mm m&sper County * P f n |{ Bexar County W. H. &ÉPI& r1 ¡é \ '•■■[''; W; T. LOUDERMILK X ATTQN |HM ü mnaíralBra WgyMNERsg mM,gia i« * * ¿gí^ v ?!'*#& C. M. OURETON ' | 'I H^ig¡^m:J| 8311 & Í''í.;í;'¡:.í4 Kipií WLDOWNE* ¡$S^É$! ving. Write, Wire or Gall ' Hj I f", HRHH IfPlfi ■$ ^IMiP * K, ;*ANT T.™*<W, . Henderson Co _ |._i: :¿ g|j|GHOIKJB, A. HARMON Dallas County C L HANNAH K,h# ■■ rm - > • ' 5$*.« .?j| . J._M. EDWARDS . s County W. B. FEATRERSTONE Johnson County ....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 16 July 1912

■ta wfeil SOCIAL NEWS R1 iaJFiS's:'. , 'rr . Jftjj JpV /< f . |j|| ■ Social p5; Miss Beryl v. Fórd of Houston i r , tjie ..guest of Miss Katheririe Bis', land. • " • ' ,! Robert Gaines, left tctday for a pleasure trip to New York City. He will enter school in Virginia at the opening of the coming 'session. . . - H. B. Watley and S- A. Thurmon of' Beaumont'are in town today i: of the Southwestern Hfill i— When: the presentation was made, of English'lords and la the interests Telephone Co. New Holland Ü F. H. Dewey of Houston is in the city today.- • John Jacobson of Texas City , is here on a business trip today. « • * W. D. Haden .came over from Galveston today • and is transacting "business here this afternoon. * • W. R. Neat and jviie of Seguin. Vare registered at the Hotel. Miss Lonie Bland returned to- On the Oriole from Atistin, where she had been visiting friends and relatives. Before going to Aus- tin, Miss Bland, spent several weeks in Waco and other cities. H. J. L. Stark...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 17 July 1912

■ ■y'k0- i ■ ■ : -y. ( mm±M^ W| | ¿-"I |ÉP &?<■. ;';C''S%ÍÍ / ' ' r O i, , ' . - 'V' M - v ■ .v --n-f:V;■ ■■.-.'■■ - :>-&á5e^im BÉTw Wmm M J i" Y:i ® ¡® J0|y l7.-.^r l , If . there is . « weighing in ■ pounds ¿ thai wants I ¡■B hMhíII^ Ua4er«-te#; triÍ£ ¿nade lots J that the oppor MM I I mmm -• $*$? a? gjp ap[>Hcat¡o| :- o.í 1*11 fpsis schedule Ulereases , rate# xbn ,™_, jnsSS^StSKSm pfop^i iW'Ifk far better than, when he first started ^ 8fci*1 h^ard. to a point where ^ S$| ¡ out. He said in part: "I tell you,thc adv#hce *! cau^d general <Ji.- eipt of a cOmmuni- ^ Orange J* going to grow and "««faction throughout fte PP Arthur written in | she ia gJ! t0 ¡row fast wd the " <>«« pretfrfum Wera as well a. _ _acR O'Brien, an amateur J plph g ¿range should r*H*e the .* * ' A*d there lightweight boxer of that city, who fac^beforfe ¡t is too late for Individ m0l grounds 5<for/$fa discontent. .•=££ ~^z~^£r£lF' pionsbip. If such a person will make he will have tp...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 17 July 1912

1CERS-W. H. Shirk, President L. Mil J. O. Si in 4 Cashier E. E. McFarJ SECTORS—W. H. Stark L- Miller. E. it E. W.. Brown F. H. Farweli ' • . H, J. L. gtark T*. í^ .J1- X i ^SéJMító. •e ¡W psiti j¡| . The Officers and directors of the First National. Bank of Orange are well known successful businessmen who are ever alert in the interests of-this banking institution and its depositor's welfare, ;•. i The First National Bank, | Capital $100,000.00 m Surplus and Profits Over SiStTpOO.OO WJ I 5= Wm ¡■■ill Lii i _ 11' m THE = $ -i '■M W&s. BgRgs MR W. ,JB. STARK S. ri. WALTHALL ^ L. C. PARKER vy-;" V' ■ .1 Owner Editor Gity Editor Subscription Rates. Per year "... $6.00 Per month ...... 1—— '58 Per week — — — .us .'' \* : New Phone -Old Phone PHONES ~~539 4 as to in- demand — BACKACHE IS A WARNIN Orange People Should Not Neglect Kidneys, mm ÍÜ' ceived. .and given space when avail' 'able but we must ask that all contrib- uted articles be typewritten before tQ a mat. Companions they are...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 17 July 1912

IJHHk&m %ig •' ¿ . V S wá ■ ■■ I ;v >• %■'$] '« B-S ' h ' $ 1 * " | SP"«8*6| X'*HssíÉ& MX Mi a t. * Alf ' vH'* ' W?!WW F/-* mm ■■"■> - s a In ijfe 1 ii i"| :#i M P ff :: I? 4, ^(.'4" I ; & ^ 5,;# :„ : V1#v <i Í f : vi®' /:. . ;'. " . '", fi- ii ■ -:1 - Brrri i1.f ycv JEW.#1i1; i'.ür^iL #i _< wut - a-. pmvmmB ipM t ahe took u,^ Mhlm un' trt d to compose Kté fr hril ¿M' á h'j" •'fWBPWWfHIC. t3rJmi$t. 3 ■ .-• apsPá wtort the porter returned i ■ ""'tepS^i^lsMI the trata; Hudson 9#*W ^ aifo C ,.:« '. . you seen any- ll*eafr«ah- m ■tmmtm 'á ffmpwn m«. -''•MfrlS waa. alive hnd igt."™ Wmm " ,' íTSVerybo<ly take Hudaon. row car.*' . •;.-:;-:iv ■ ** f líére equ yotefeg Into the tangle of Bhoti" said la thla na*. wNIM ding ammant* the 'Wedding V Sfepffl the •ring him-at hlm |ii4f . train In Ue last Their smile* It w|th a romance-hater's growl,/. ' for your head, then," p I Si0|l 1 1 '"f'*:!$$/%allW 11 si íouldLoc r f IM Ü ' d IV. 1. ■SSSfiíiiSi SSSSSgigSSgg • PP§ Bj ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 17 July 1912

w JPiI SOCIAL-NEWÉ ■PS-Sat? Jigi •: IP m*v wf Social Hotes %. At the Hofnc of Mr. and Mrs. J. . D, Neff lust evening a . party of young folks enjoyed the hospitality of the host and' hostess at an*éfiter-< tainment given in honor of Miss Gladys Slade. / The guests 'partici- pated . in games and other amuse- ments. -The •■feature of the evening was a guessing contest which to be: ; . successful, combined a large vocabu- lary and knowledge of the English language. The contest was won by Miss Mary jBryce, with Miss Cath- erine Bisland a close second. After the 'festivities refreshments , were served consisting of ice cream'an •cake. The invited guests were: the Misses Jean Malone, Mary Bryce, Priscilla Dodd, Gladys Slade, Louise Keid, Ida May Stark, Katherine Bis- ' land, Catherine Portwood, Florence ; Finch and Lerfna Petty of Mans- field," La.; Messrs. Charles Thp * son. Dean Smith, Lawrence niyre, Lutcber Brown, Ochiltree Bancroft! Robert Dillard, Archie McNeill, Edgar Brown, Rey...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 18 July 1912

mm \ j man ¡Ufe.' V*§V m i—■«-■— "" 1 , ii'e'-f Kwiw**'Wi In ¡I11L i-' ¿íso §&£<<• I \ ■' <m\ H m^¡f fits® wMM % '*91 ^tbIRV AnytWnf in BIccuicsl Good*. Anything in Plumbing Good.. Anything in Sheet Met.1 Good*. Anything in Haling Good . Anything in Boat Supplies Anything fai Roofing Good*. McCORQUODALE BROS JRSDAY, ' . i '• "i ■ ' " ——,— -;• • - I Mm ■ ¡Ml f wgM NO. 110. ISkv w Hi | Éfei Ipi ■ ÍH M$i$A Sllil í©;, ¿ m&mma Mp||Pli ®rfv •** he *Rámsey boosters have en- :. gaged Judge W.'fa. Gill of houston, former Chief Justice, Court of Civil £ VJ^1'" "víl'í.' . '■ •Vi'aflfcv :'• C! The base ball fans of Orange will be glad to learn that-the Merchants team has arranged to. meet Nath- an's Beaumont bunOh at- the New. West End Park next Saturday and Sunday, July 20 and 21. ">.*.* This aggregation of players have with tbem several men who are¡ welj THE WEATHER TODAY. Washington, D. C., Jul¿a í8^ Eastern Texas—Pair tonight Light variable winds. — t ,;-,;,til Vkta and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 18 July 1912

IMi ¡B « OFFICERS—W. H. Stark, J, 0. Sims, Cashier DIRECTORS—W. H. Stark HRHKMWiHVH|MPHii|H||. PMHK —, ,nn, President L. Miller, Vice-President E. W. .Brown, Vice-President. E. E. McFarland, Ass't Cashier A. E. Bunn, 2nd. Ass'^ Qishier, L. Miller E. W. Brown. F. H, Farwell J. O. Sims ; . E. E. McFarlftnd ~_HL.J. L; Stark wMSm. ■ m\ f: mw y The Officers and. directiors of the First National Bank of Orange are well known successful business men who art* ever alert in the interests of this banking institution and it's depositor's welfare. The FirstJfational Bank, Orange, Texas Capital $100,000.00 .... _■ Surplus and Profits Over $127,000.00 Judge. The Leader is authorised to an- nounce Judge Joe W. Thomas, of Woodyille, fo.r lb? office of District Judge of the First Judicial District of Texas, subject to the Democratic Primary in July, 1912. / The Daily Leader is authorised to THE ORANGE W. H. STARK _. Owner S. H, WALTHALL - - 'Editor L. C. PARKER City Editor Subscription Rates. Per .....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 18 July 1912

Wmlmmik r«i tbptt f Iit mmm .11.! AJgWHI K^IbN ^SAUSAGEA MUTTON m¿ m m t 4 HfflS HI ■few Mfi «f7 GOODEATING .-.■■■■■ :. .vjvt- Our Place W Cte jn Mid Sanitary v Our Kitchen is á Model for Cl«u>lineW KlifKii Our one aim tasto iTLE SOUP—SPECIAL SAT. O. M. STARK--Manner FRONT STREXT A. McDQNALD S OLD STÁND fcw mi - :<■ i ?"T^n üü W- 1$ MONEY •yjPt" BUY A '■'Mi NEW ROYAL - PRICE ,$75.00 myi • Best Typewriter Made Longer Guarantee Simple. Durable Up-to-Date Barron & Friedlander, DUtai, Stewart Building. Houston, Tex. srs=- S=59! The Pacing Stallion Dan Klatawah No*-44156 will make the i:- IX.f' m?. ¿-«i? ' Season at Smith's Livery Barns the Season. Terms, \ We Witt Launder Your Shirt*. Collars and Cuffs; als> all yw r Linea and Counterpane' cheaper than, you can do it at home Paragon Laundry Both Phones 123— m Wf ¡fe COWLING HOTEL European Plan líeaumont, Texas, New Brick Building. Newly Fur. aMted. Hot and Cold Baths Free to Quests. Electric Fans, in Each Room. Ño Extra Cha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 18 July 1912

social;news Social Notes RHHm SSB! mmsM Wrwm Of Orleans we of Mr and Grand Ju &ük'¿ m. mm-,- pv: 111 Information reaching, us front- Mrs. Lutchrr's paTty indicates that they are fully enjoying the" outing. They arrived in Lamar Col., the ..morqing of Jul/ 15th, and left there 'the same afternoon, arriving at Col- orado Springs the following m rnT tng, July r6th,. They report rain all the previous night but cleared before the start was made. The roads pansas are reported perfectly fine, the best they encountered through- out the cutiré trip, A letter from H ertaert Fielder gives : additional details which' will ' no doubt prove • interesting. He states that fche_ trip as a whole was very, successful, the only hard travel- ing they had was in Oklahoma—^ except in Orange County—they were delayed for eighteen hours in sand and high centers,'impossible for the machiné to get through. One place they were;bogged ,tjp_ for three hours and the entire party had to go to ipork with spade a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 19 July 1912

a:j ««i v'm AoytMoi la BlecUicsl Good*.' Anything In Plumbing Good*. ■ Anything in Sheet Metal Good*. Anything in He*tta« Good*. Anything in Boat Supplies Anything in Roofing Good*. McCORQU OP ALL BROS. HP W. H. Cottle. & CO Sanitary Plumbing add Sheet I Metal Works. M . m>4i VOLÜM rmm FRIDAY, JULY 19, 1912. NO. Ill, £sesze=± == mmmm BH ti It has been announced that Judge ¡¡: John L/VLittle of Kountate candidate '^r; congress frbm this district will Thirty-one persons are under ar- rest and held in the parish jail, here charged with being implicated in the ess the voters here on Friday | riot at Grabow, growing out of the July 26th. "The Judge will trouble"-between thc Timber Work, """ ' "4*v ' '■ 'áá ersí l)qton and the mill «jyrners. Those under arrest are members of sjOTRrfrem a platform/ to be erected on the corner of Front and Fifth lífeets. Judge Ijttle is «well known in Or- áhge where he has a large follow- ing who will no doubt be on hand ;o hear him speak. He is a ma...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 19 July 1912

mi OFFICERS—AV. H. Stark, President L. Miller, Vice-President ... j. O. Sims, Cashier E. E. MisFarland, Áss't Cashier Á* E. Bonn, 2nd. Aas't Cashier. DIRECTORS—W. H. Stark L. Miller ]$, W. Brown F. H. Farwell J. O. Sims • JE. ,E. McFarland H. J. L. Stark ¡toÉÍÉÍÉíMÉÉ>HriÉÉNÍ^ÍÍIÍÉÍHÉÉÍÍÍÉÉÍÉMÍÍÉÍMHl^MM^HlílílMÉÍtttHíttÉ^^Í^^M^ '' A' E. W. Brown, Vice-President. ssjsbcw ■■BwiSg ANN ÜM The Officers and direction of the First National Bank of Orange are well known successful businessmen who are ever alert in the interests ¡i of this banking institution andjtsufepositor's welfare. The First National Bank, Capital $100,000.00 * Surplus and Profits Over $127,000.00 W. H. STARK ;—Owner ,S. H. WALTHALL Editor L. C. PARKER — City Editor Subscription Rates. Per year . I ...........— ...$6.00 Per mónth —,— — .50 Per . week — si-5 try. 87 per cent. duty. The price of clothing does not change _ but the profit to some one does, - and changes like the' very —>—— . A SCIENTIFIC PROFESSION PHO...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 19 July 1912

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Publication Title: Daily Leader, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 19 July 1912

vmf •ímW'Xi eSHSKE* l|:g 1«£;'> ".^^.-¿fV. ■^.■í-lsíí^r:?.. . ;Ai&S ¡ WWranfM .: ?(9 -nrm-- ' KÚWtt^!:¿ "''V!^'i,- *. • • •••• A , WV.W ^ HHm¥ .- • •• A IWR •: I1 ÍÜÍH k;ítÍ3í;" V'¡í ■ W ■ ■ THE NEWS MM Ei . ": * ji iMlii,.!^ ' •-• • --U i 10c Laoes and Ingertion to Match, a Yard 6c. ¡ Ladies Summer Vests. Pull ' . - • • t ■ • * ; .■ '-V- " '-r Bleach, Each 5c< BY¿haviijg the properly framed We have a new'stock of handsome mouldings pictures 1 Only Three MoreJJays of the Crown's Dr. Bell's Antiseptic Sal Good for «II Skin | Summed coldsare hard to get rid of, and' frequently leal) jto asthma, bronchitis, and hay fever. Do not let your col8 get a hold on you, but use Toley'p Honey and Tar .Compound or quick relief. W. H. Allen, Chel- sea, Wis., Says: "We prefer Foley's Honey and Tar Compound to ot)>ei> cough medicines because it quickly! cures coughs and colds. It wili ward off a cold if taken in time." Con tains no opiates. Subscribe to the DAILY LE - •íS-í'"'" ÍS'M....

Publication Title: Daily Leader, The
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