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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 20 July 1912

WWíIT? Anything in El Anything in PUvublng I Anything in Sheit Metal < Anything in Heating Goods. Anything in Boat Supplied Anything in Roofing Gornto. i McCORQUODAIX BROS a®'-11 mmm iWam ! '.r oran ¡9^if. fab 'PPW EXAS, SATURDAY, JULY 20, 1912. W JP OF SUNDM SERVICES tmmm : New York, July. 19.—Mombadier -Wells knocked out Tom "Kennedy to. tire eighth round 'after a gruelling battle IWTtiifet^roving" he posses- ,aes class despite his .'recent knock- hands of Al Palzer. When he met Palzer Wells floored his an- tagonist several times, but finally weakened f/om his own efforts, and was finally-stopped in á jiffy by the heavier and hard-hitting Iowan. weakened- his own efforts ; Kennedy was outclassed mr every particular Wells proved himself a shifty boxer and a hard hitter, but Beginning with this «issue of the Leader we are running in pur advertisements—only ,. in the adver- tisements of our localbusiness con- cerns—a number of surplus letters, these letters may be found ir\ mis sp...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 20 July 1912

Vice-I QFPICErMW^ H, Stárk, President L Miller, Vice-President E. W. J, O. Sims, Cashier E. E, McKarland, Ass't Cashier A. E. Bunn, 2nd. Ass't Cashier. DIRECTORS—W. H. Stark L Miller E. W. Brown F. H.- Farwell J. O. Sims * : E. E. McFarland H. J. L. Stark ..•v.; v- I® mi: The Officers and directi ors of the First National Bank of Orange are well known successful businessmen who are ever alert in the interests of this banking institutionanditsdepositor's welfaite. The First National Bank, Orange, Texas Capital $100,000.00 Surplus and Profits^Over $127,000.00 THE ORANGE DAILY LEADER K£; 1 EVERLASTING. The words and works of Aristotle are as much alive today, aud more so, than at anv time during liis lite. Every day some part of the writings of this truly great man are care- iiilhr studied by our academic and hign school pupils. Some of his teachings will live-forever. So it is with many other ancient philosophers and teachers., * Their works will live forever because, while meeting an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 20 July 1912

\ íi :'i f ' , Rt'- - ' $ '£/''•" M -' , ,- , i fa.A m , - / 1 & -*; i « * . . v;-'! "-r'* ^Cív :' f á '-«te' .' * ; v R-feS; -•!««..tó' . . i® p I 'V::::v4.;?-';S."';V;' ; : J #vV -..v^v ¿a ' KHta* § $é$r>^/ \ Wmim - --V- OTfH?: ara gfcv r ü Prompt Delivery ;- W5S GOODEA ■.y . • , :'i-u -W.v-V: Our Place is Cíe* and Sanitary Our Kitchen tea Model for Cleanliness ¡8® TURTLE SOUP SPECIAL SAT. THE "C C C" HESTMIHMIT ilse u« ongcjuid you are a lasting cuitomer. Our one aim ia to pi ,You. O.H.STARK tjtkoNi^r'' * A. MCDONALD'S OLD STAND S3 YOUR MONEY BUY A |32rg mm NEW ROYAL $75.00 Beat Typewriter Made Longer Guarantee ; Simple, Durable ,V^ Up-to-Date Barron ft Friedlander, Dealers. Building. |H Hous ton, Texas We Will Launder -Your Shirts, Collar and Cuff a; alio *B your Unen arid Counterpane! cheaper than you can do it at home Tararon Laundry E>th Phones 123— ■ COWLING HOTEL European Plan Beaumont, Texas, . | New Brick Building. Newly Fur- niihed. Hot and Cold Bath* Free i to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 20 July 1912

mm mm ir;'Í ■HS Wlmmk SOCIAL NEWS np 'mm T? 1 Jtl D Wá H^qggBHfeal. '. ' ^.í; . ::■ - :- ■■: ^ i fe Social Notes Sií - About twenty couples of young people gathered in the Orange room of the Holland iast night and at, nine o'clock,.' tó- the' strains of music. "finished ' by : Ci>hnTs " orchestra, _ dancing'was started, ánd continued, tivities weíe.. Misses Willa 'Mae birthday w(as duly .celebrated .with a party last evening given, by Miss Mary Bryce. ABout twenty younjj people were present and enjoyed games of various kinds,'and then re- freshments of. ice créam and cake were served. The young folks spent a most delightful evening; and Miss Levingston's birthday will long be remembered by all the-youh^ people. • Those who patíicipated jn the fes- to midnight. The affair proved most enjoyable, and several present were heard to declare that-tbey hai} * never enjoyed a dance so tpneh. > Those present were • Mrs. Julie Patton of Atlanta, Ga., Misses Rose MiHer pi Houston, Jessie ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 22 July 1912

&í ! U < • ■•'■ =>*■ • **gm¿t '■>'' 'P$?á BSSPíto 8:30 P, M. EVERYBOl Anything in Anything in Any tiling in Sheet I Anything in Heating I Anything in Box i "" Anything in Rooting McCOKQUODALI mMmm TEXAS, 5*^3? aY, & wRmdMSSutiM A^aggmgdN' .... wCtifl,' i THE WEATHER TODAY LOCAL TRUCK 0 P Washington. D. c.i July 22,*-For Eastern .fexas, (air ■ tonight and Tuesday; light, southerly Vinds. "1 i ■ ii ,„ i IS LE1SEH10 NEW MANAGER ING . In.accordance with a previous an- nouncement jit meetingof the truck growers of; Orange county, was held in the rooms of the Orange Cotn- Secretaiy Anderson wishes to im- press upon every member of„ the Executive Committee, the. impor- Contract for Dredging of Section "B" of the sitbine-Necbea Ca- < nal Not Awarded. , v'* LETTER C0N1 sent. The meeting was presided over • Ora*>0e a head line point for winter by Secretary Anderson and its ob- touristi8 the best results «re ject was t j provide means of mark- .obtained from this benefic...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 22 July 1912

mJlsPfiPSI ÍSMÍÉÍ W:>¡ ■ 'wtwauqu OFFICERS—W. H. Stark, Pl;^^dM^•-•^t^^^iMy;Tf^lW^,cnt: Ú W. Brown, Vice-President. J. O. Sims, Cashier E. E. McFarland, Ass't Cashier A. E. Bunn, 2nd. Ass't Cashier. DIRECTORS—W. H. Stark L- Millar E. W. Brown F. H. Farwell J. O. Sims E. E. McFarland H. J. L. Stark # 0 tv THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS , S$W ■ Of thé First National Bank of Orange,' is composed of men of the highest - character and repute—men - of long experience in financial mattérs. Its affairs are under their constant, careful supervision. < An account with this Strong Banking Institution assures Safety, Prompt Attention and Entire Satisfaction The First National Bank, Orange, Texas Capital $100,000.00 Surplus and Profits Over $127,000.00 • For District Judge. i. The . Leader vi autfeori nounce Judge Joe W. Thomasv of Woodville, for the office of District Judge of the First Judicial District of Texas, ■ subject to the Democratic Primary -in July, 1912. '. V * The Daily Reader is auth...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 22 July 1912

ü CtO. BLAND,Frojk* Swimord Bldg BEEF.SAUSAGEANl MUTTON Delivery iv'S&i m OF.IflE Mace ¡i Cte<tn and Sanitary Our Kitchen, is a Mode* for Cleanliness ¡S Patronize ut once and you are a luting Our one aim it to please You. fejti',ÍK'1 TURTLE SOUP—■—SPECIAL SAT. i tr 0. M. STARK raoNTs •, J| A. McDONALD'S OLD STAND ;■ —■ mm tppl SAVE YOUR ■'5' MONEY BUY A NEW ROYAL PRICE $75.00 Beat Typewriter Made Longer Guarantee Simple, Durable Up-to-Date Barron St Friedlander, Dealers. Building, -fotopton, Texas 5HS &3[jM§j% 9§fefi< We Will Launder Your Shirts, Collars and Cufia; also your Ltnen and Counterpane: «per than you can do it at home Paragon Laundry Phones IB- ►WLING HOTEL European Plan Beaamoni, Texas, Brick Building. Newly Fur- Hoi and Cold Baths Free Guests. Electric Fans in Each lf No Extra Charge. Call and Beth. Iced Lithla Water e Throughout the Hotel. HWBe Efijfc- if-i K§p(¡pjf I -t^nd Éf Bids for Road Work in Orange Notice is hereby given that bids will hi, received...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 22 July 1912

mg „. ÍBotW iüPPi# . .. •IPw*-™ ?. H\ sf su? i® |^v #í* ■y -Bif ;$$1 iWMeCTJ^ #§3 ' ^ * THE DAILY WmSmfww H. B. Curry of Enniv La., i? here <jn a visit to his brother P. B. Curry. J. A. Colgate of Shrevéporj, a prominent lumberman of North" Lou- isiana was a visitor here todajr. m m m 6. ,W. Wier a prominent Hous'top- lumber .men i¡r a business visitor')! Orange today. I-' A very interesting program has been arranged by -Mrs. M". G. Lat- chenr for the W. C. T. U. meeting. tomorrow at the Methodist church • at four o'clock,'"" and "every -member is urged to be present. .Every lady . . . . . . . , who is Interested * in the .Temper-' busmess «*" « * « * ln the Cf ance 'movement is «ordially invited to(lay. 'fu. attend. . H." B. Haynes a prominent Dallas W<' te- Í ■■ fi??.;!? .7 The program will be rendered .as follows: Subject Sabbath Desecration. Vocal Solo. Miss Zollie Bland. . Scripture Lesson. ,y*'' ' Prayer. Mrs. J. W'. Tinnin. Saying Sunday for America.- Mrs. MÁE. McCorquo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 23 July 1912

ñmM*I ■f H. D. Co*. F. J. Dearborn ^ | COX, COTTLE ft CO Sanitary Plumbing and Sheet i. -1 " Metal Works. \ HRlHa í^533s .aA¿.S€3 AY AT 8:30 P. M. 5?: m § EVERYBODY IS WELCOi Anything in Electrical I Anything in Plumbing < ' Anything in Sheet Metal i Anything in Heating Goods. Anything in Rooting Good*. ■ m McCORQUODALE BR mmmm VOLUME V. ORANGE, TÉ S^SS TtESpAY JULY 23, 1912. WESTERN UNION Bill a • V w «SRI §f%a® Él# ÉÍ ' ' The Bar«ca Class , of the Metho- dist church lietd their regular semi- monthly initiation meeting last night at the residence oí W. H. Malone, *""uí>erintendent of the Methodist Sunday School. The meeting Viras one of the most successful yet held and was of unusual interest in a so- cial way as -well, * Three young men, Messrs. Earl Bland, Calvin Stakes and John Rus-' sell tóók the holy, oath of Baraca and were duly admitted as members after undergoing the second ordeal. •During the solemn ceremonies of the occasion, in which every mem- ber present had a pa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 23 July 1912

m — ypfl S^XSSS5SSS===== ■ l; m mmarn ■ OFFICERS—W H. Stark, President I,. Miller, Vice-President E. W. Brown, Vice President. J. O. Sims,, Cashier E. E.'McFarland, Ass't Cashier A. E. Bunn, 2nd. Ass't Cashier. DIRECTORS—W H, Stark L. Miller , E. W. Brown F. H. Farwell J. O. Sims ■ .. . E. E. McFarland II. J. L. Stark ; THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS 'U I". Of the First National Bank of Orange, is composed of nien of the highest character and repute—men of long experience in financial matters. Its affairs aré under'their constant, careful supervision. An account with this Strong" Banking Institution assures Safety, Prompt Attention and Entire Satisfaction The First National Bank, Orange, Texas I Capital $100,000:00 ^ THE ORANGE DAILY LEADER W. H. STARK —.. tm-fS. H. WALTHALL L. C. PARKER Owner Editor City. Editor m Subscription Rates. Per year ——. ...$6.00 Per month. m -50 Per week 15 PHONES ; New Phone • Old Phone • 539 4 Contributions will be gladly re- ceived, and given space when avail;...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 23 July 1912

MUgUM IP I fewSNH DEF, SAUSAGE AN D MUTTON Prompt Delivery i; *£' 1 sm&m/s i CHAPTER XVII Our Place I* Cie . |pt r Kitchen 1*9' *|Py" l*e« once «ni you sré-a luting Our one «¡in i* «o please TURTLE SOUP-ESPECIAL" SAT. í I PÜ R O. M. STARK -- Manager ONTS STRE-tT A. MCDONALD'S OLD STAND asa- W'-M Pi •? SA.VE YOUR MONEY WM BUY A NEW ROYAL VISIBLE PRICE $75.00 Best Typewriter Made '.Longer Guarantee ' •' Simple, Durable .£-??■' | ||| Up-tó-Date '0$mM Barron ft Friedlander, ' Dealers. Building. Iqus ton, Texas . ■■ I. . IWe Ytiur Shirt*. Collar* and Cuff*; alio r Linen and Counterpane! than yon can do it at home ragon Laundry i2S— ÍL1NG HOTEL Plan iimt,Texa8i Brick Bulldiug. Newly Fur- Hot and Cold Bath* Free Electric Fan* in Each t Extra Charge. Call and Bell*. Iced Lithia Water v* Throughout the Hotel. ; " ad Work Cotintyii in Orange „ ,,J1 «titt- Jow* when Mallotar •voice. Into bis last moments of heavy sleep Intruded a voice Tike a town- crier's voice, crying: ~ V "' '*■ "Lass c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 23 July 1912

ft A- SW Í5t "f /'-It * ' ' 1 'iir. IS STILL (INGUIIMED Swings ■ ■ ■ ■ TAese Swings are 4 feet long and made of solid Oak yni cun is ■ 510 Fifth Strccct. Social Notes Wr: it® . O. C. Marquitz, a representative of the Yellow Pine Paper Mill com- pany, whose headquarters are in San Antonio is a visitor to this city to- day. , * * * ■'■ C. A. Schatff, who travels South- Miss' Nelda Kaiser left last night, fast Texas and Louisiana for the with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Miller for Yellow Pine Paper Mill company her home "¡n New Orleans after hav^ here, is in Orange today, - -ing spent' several weeks with her ,#*,■ aunt arid uncle, Mr. and Mrs. .L. -Mil-1 Chas. L. Adr«vs, .proprietor of ler in.this city. Miss Kaiser will leave Carnes Confectionery Jeft today for „'Ne.w Orleans at an early date f°r Alpine, where his wife is convalesc- Crockett Springs, ■ Va., where sh^ will remain until the late fall. The letters telling where tliis check may be located are still in their same places, they will not...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 24 July 1912

I- 'A r- SEE Anything in Anything I McCORQl v.' • m ¡gal |p^ipaBto| 'Vr" ■ v.^'v"M 24. 1912. NO. 115. ;w,r .«Í3KÍ ikr*' Hi OF ■ÚZ'kiíw. — ( I- ... Tho8. H. Stanton has withdrawn from the race for representative from 'lis district, leaving the fiéid open | Hon. E. L. Bruce. Mr. Stanton's i in this regard .was talcen after |J_ deliberation and in his no- tice to the voters of the Fourteenth Legislative . district he commends Mr. Bruce as worthy and well Quali- fied for the ,o®.ce., Mr. Stanton's notice of withdraw- al is here given: ' ■ '? ¿ Orange, Texas, July 22, 1912. lo the Voters of the 14th Legisla- ^ tivg 'District: After considering my own home Bterest I have come to the conclu- to withdraw from the race fon ntative from this district ;■ of my opponent, Mr. E. X* and I commend him to friends as being worthy and well qualified for the office. Thanking my friends for their support 1' am, ■ Respectfully, # THOS. H. STANTON. At the mteini'* of the League, which was held in the roo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 24 July 1912

¡Mil . s)> OFFICERS—AV. H- Stark, President L. Miller, Vice-President E. W. J. p. $ims, Cashier E. E. McFaríand, Ass't Cashier A. E. Bunn. 2nd. DIRECTORS—W. H. Stark L- Miller E. W. Brown F. H. Farwell . E. E. McFarland H. J. L. Stark J. O. Wm ■ II ■ uli V', •mm THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS M*', Of the First National Bank of Orange, is composed of men of the highest character and repute—men of long experience in financial matters. Its affairs are under their constant, careful supervision. An account with this Strong Banking Institution assures Safety, Prompt Attention and Entire Satisfaction The First National Batik, Orange, Texas Capital$100,000.00 _ ^Sjtrplusjt^PwMs^^j^^^T^OOJ^ THE ORANGE DAILY LEADER Bl§§: W. H. STARK S. H. WAI.THALL L. C. PARKER — : Owner Editor City Editor Subscription -Rates. Per year Per month Per week ... „$6.00 ..... ',50 .15 PHONES New Phone Old Phone - ■ .1539 .. 4 Contributions will be gladly re- ceived, and given space when avail- able but we must ask that...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 24 July 1912

pgggf pnpi c. && V - • Í • •• —— Our Pl«ce is Clean and Ssnitary is M «M once and you are a tasting SSSL"'~' fr TURTLE SOUP SPECIAL SAT. « HE "htmiwí .■"... ¡ni . . i ....... o. M. stark - Manager ¡raouTs strext A. MCDONALD'S OLD STAND W! mi mm e A 1717 ^AViS || jig íf.:.YOÜR'^ ^Rbiopíte BUY A jfta&'xii NEW ROYAL PRIC6 $7100 «writer Made Longer Guarantee ~ Simple, Durable Up-to-Date M & PHedlander, Dealers. tewart Building. Hous. ton, TAas — ÉtójJÍ I fii m w U! Sitf PM0WIMF .that. ' Mr"' t t ' la ' ^ emit & The poor little experimentalist was too wretched to notice even so large a menace as Wellington. She threw "I think I've had fBough." Mew the platform came try well known to LWtío Jlmmle. id: "You'll like the second one bet* Mr . Temple * shuddered «T.flfe thought, But Wellington drew himself up majestically andcalled oat: "Like second -one better, «ÜT 1 Bupposhe It' the same . war with =5 We W7« Ifairts, Collar and Cuffs; alse your Linen and Counterpane* ier ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 24 July 1912

'• ■ ■ • .. f: ■ TWO TARIFF PLATFORl ' t ¡vv ' '■ mmrnm NEWS transacting hands with" friends business. Social Notes L. Smithcy of Uniontown, Pa., Mfi Win. VVjgnall was the : tess at a launch party last evening The launch Capt to Sabirie L,ake. ¡815 [ack was chartered for the occasion and left its mooring about eighj- n<?on • o'clock with a merry party aboard.' The trip, was made in about two hoiirs ahd when • the party returned, refreshments were ¡served at the; house. Those enjoying the outing included: .The Misses Flavia Wig- nail, Catherine Portwood,- Lucile Pearce, Eula Mae Gillespie," Addie McNeill, Rose Miller, Louise Reid, Katherine Bisland, Laura WíIsoñT and Bessie Mitchell; Messrs. J. E. Harrison, L. A. J3ryan¡ Carl Ban- croft, Inge Sholars,' Ochiltree Ban- croft, ' Malcolm Pearce,. Wynne Pearce, ; * Isidore Werner, . Robert Dillard and Ernest Reid. ♦ • * Miss Rose Miller and Miss Eula who represents a large manufacturer of cutlery is ¡o the city today call- ing fen the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 25 July 1912

Kfl IN THI TERRITORY OF HER io Electa* Anything * A19A I Anytfiin j in Sheet 1 Anything in Heallfi ; , AnjtWn* in Beit Supplied .' Anything 'in Roofing McCORQUOPi mm . Dearborn ,1 «¡gSBjg SI mm .THURSDAY JULY 25, vmm : «Í ■ . 1 r. i ' . . MW;V!ivím'&%Í® Ilpi EBEHTLÍ IMPROVED Of POLITICS E IS GROWING FAST htate Senator Collins, Candidate for Congress Speaks to Work- Mi' State Senator V. A. Collins spoke last night on the corner of F.ront and Fifth streets to a large crowd, the lumber men and working men being in the majority. Senator Col- Jins is the opponent of Hon. Martin There has been a great deal ot speculation as to whether or not thtf much talked of wrestling match be-, tween "Speedy" Fountain of Hous- ton and G. R. Williams of Port Ar- thur would be staged jn this city, Arrangements have been completed for the contest and it will be staged in the old Woodman Hall Saturday * \ " .*7^ 1 - v -A* ' 'W&x? ' " *£<5 — night. . Both Williams and Fountain are confident of v...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 25 July 1912

iü IfiSW; mmt mm iimimi* . 1,1. lí-ffl1"!'!.1 OEFICERS—W. ÍL Stark,, President L. Miller, Vice-President E. W. Brown, Vice-President. ¡'' jy OÍ Sims, Cwhier E. E. McFarland, Ass't Cashier A. E. Bunn, 2nd. A^'t Cashier. DIRECTORS—W. H. Stark t. Minéí E. W- Brown F; H. Farwell J. O. Sims - "TLe. IrfcFarland * H. J, L. Stark iisfe THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS at m Of the First National Bank of Orange, is composed *>f men of the highest character and repute—men of long experience in financial matters. Its affairs are under their constant, careful Supervision. An account with this Strong Banking Institution assures Safety, Prompt Attention and Entire Satisfaction The First National Bank, Orange, Texas Capital $100,000.00 . Surpl^^dPro^^wt^27j^^^ THE ORANGE DAILY LEADER II m W. H! STARK — Owner S. H. WALTHALL 5 - Editor L. C, PARKER — City Editor mi: Subscription Rates. Per year ... —.... Per month — Per week f ...$6.00 v .50 .... .15 PHONES New Phone Old Phone .539 - 4 Contributions will be...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 25 July 1912

■ ■ >xri . ;T--' i- i ••' ■ ■■•■ '■'] msm IfP .SAUSAGEAN0 MUTTON BP iyflBE «**sá i jv fc* Delivery wwm. Our Place is Glean Sanitary lo pícate TURTLE Manager sntitT A. MCDONALD'S OLD STAND " ■ •:. - YOUR W ONEY BUYA . NEW-ROYAL W PHI Wlm W£r-- ' ■ . i -.Vi mm ¡§¡¡§1 PRICE I75.00. -:ápS i ? ? 'iv*? $2®$ y/fjAfc «S? *S.«*yj; : Beat Typewriter Made/ Longer Guarantee > Simple, Durable Up-to-Date Barron & Friedlander, I pealen. tewart Building. "V; Hous ton, Texas mm - ■ --mg f ÉÍ ff MBHHHOHS W> Will launder Vour Shirts, Collar am) Cuff«; al o ' your Lirfen and Counterpane! iper than you can do it at home Tar agon Laundry Phones 1 WLING HOTEL European Plan Beaumont, Texas, New Brick Building. Newly Fur" Hot,and Gold Bath* Free Guests. Electric Fans in Each 00m. N Extra Charge. Call and [ Re-Call Bell*, iced Lithla Water Serve Throughout the Hotel. te*':- ' jMfcK* Bids for Road Work in Or- nngo County. - Notice is hereby given that bids will be received by the commission- ers'...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 25 July 1912

NEWS R. R. Faxon of Starkf¿;';La., s a business visitor in the city today. " iiffiSsHn W. A. Shellahan a prominent Dal- lasite is calling ótf local business men today *1 i A. B. Harbaum is a business visi- tor from Galveston. • • > * WE BUY EMPTY4 SACKS. OR- ANGE GRAIN COMPANY. 20-tf. mÉmí pL '"i having th We have anew stock of hatidfiom mouldings i Imsmm picturess f-. I v.. w&i y-mm Social An ' ice the home Cypres cream social %iven at of- Mrs. 'Jas. -Parish last :he benefit of the-*Little "church proved a big suc- every particular. A" neat was realized for the church, and. " • «•«««•— v..~ • enjoyable evening was spent } -• Geo,- Livingston left' for a business m ■ W' ft S' mb the large number of residents oí th* 'Little Cypress community,, as wpll as tlie large crowd of Oratj^e people who went there in autos, buggies, carriages^ and - on horse- back. returning home at about mid- Mil^; Among those who went from Or- ange were Mr. and Mrs, Frank Clark", Mr. Mrs. Will Joiner, ...

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