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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 26 July 1912

COTTLE ft CO ' jm¡ W&Smi Metal Works. rr? a ?e?p "I Hl , 5Sli ' j®mm Jm'.'.m , I 'i' yp«y¡gg§3§ ss&mmk .i; i.,1 i-a IT OFTHE BUILDING PUTEGUSS ¡trough the generosity of the vestern Telegraph ^nd Tele- : Company all newspapers liout the stat&will be furnish- the election retard free of Five hundred or more extra afor* have been eni us undertaking and the will ,-keep in direct connec- with the distributing point and post the results of^the eleo where it can he seen by all who are sufficiently interested call at the Leader plant. « Arrangements have been made for resentatives of the company $ fs9iHi 1 Wmm Wm' The above sentence was formed out of the surplus letters placed in the advertisements of local concerns here, !by W. B. Simmons, Jr., and in accordance with the terms of the contest he was presented with _a check for $5.00 by t&e management ,at Hodges storey- - TJie contest was an interesting one and hundreds of subscribers racked their brains going over the variou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 26 July 1912

mmmm "*-=£=r saasc OFFICERS—W.-,H, Stark, President L. Miller, Vice-President E. W. Brown, Vice-President, J. G. Sims, Cashier E. E. McFarland, Ass't Cashier „ A. E Bunn, 2nd. Ass't Cashier, •D1RECTPRS—W. H. Stark L. Miller E. W. Brown F. & Farwell J. O. Sims E> E. McFarland H. J. L. Stark - 1 . THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS 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. v ® An account with this Strong Banking Institution assures Safety, Prompt Attention and Entire Satisfaction I The First National Bank, Capital $100,000.00 Surplus and Profits Over $127,000.00 THE ORANGE DAILY LEADER i. W. H. stark s. h. walthall C. parker : Owner J. Editor City Editor Si'v-ii • — ÍÉÉÜ Subscription Rates. Per year ............. ..*6.00 Per month —-—-—....—. >50 Per week IS ¿■x-f.f ~ cent. PHONES W-±4 New Phone Old Phone • -539 ,. 4 | Contribut...

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

®n llr : i- -VV- .. • ii \t ' y¿''V« i ' ^gw^iCT .! ailhatofrsii#' igi||fc >*>?':' It f.. 'í$Í5$ . «I W&:1 ... £;>< MUTTON JrotetpspBsssft' Á-K>H-2& i Ú fe-áMal •4«l lili WWWWIBw ' -■ ' mm W¡m,. %V A ffiüíiS i ... ^ !,>:,' *. ■• ,.i*^ ■r MgHmgniHfK ■ Pjr% meanmm MMM III IB tóí then everybody disappeared üt fétifí M( BSbMI ; PRICE $75J :V||? Beat Typewriter Made Longer Guarantee Simple, Durable Up-to-Date Barron ft Friedlander, PL Stewart H Hous tong? w, •4mm Sif;W - gS' OS We Will Launder Your Shirts, Collars and Cuff*; als« all your Linen and Counterpane! cheaper than you can do it at hom« Paragon Laundm r^rr GOWLINQ HOTEL an umont, Texas, Building. Newly Far" old Baths Free Guests.' Electric Fan In Each Room. No Extra Charge. Call and | Re-Call Bell . Iced Lithia Water Serve Throughout the Hotel. - ' *— « gS i.¿i' ■.. S5txBtfBT*"^S *7T?T¡¡^ I~"T T <— caught eight of Dr. Temple, who I to «troll in and go to the and taking out a book mm wj «• of that. ma...

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

m i «s f Orange Last night at se yen-thirty a party jJ;Of merrymakers, chaperoned by Mr. and ,Mrs. J, B. Turner,, left on . the j . launch Irene for Sabine Lake vvhtre n enjoyed the evening bathing. On the return trip* luncheon, was {/ served and very much enjoyed. Those who enjoJ;éd ; the evening . were Misses Ethel and Grace bailey,- Mary Bryce, Fannie Newport a ad Winnie -Nrittall of Patterson, iLa., and Messrs. Jones Turner, Claude Malone, Orion Campbell, Marvin Brown, Moise Crager, Tilley, Aiken. Bertram Levingston and, A. G. Thomas, jr. ' • • * A crowd of pleasure seekers from Bruner Addition left early this morning on the. launch Irene for Sabine Lake, where they spent the day bathing1, and enjoying other out- door pleasures. Those j« the party included.Mesdames J. C. Fowler, W: C. Ramsey, U. Mitchell, F. E. Daw- son and Stanly. gfift..'..'' ■—* . * m 184 Percy llewson, sonr of our enter- prising and hustling Mayor; retifrn- eda last night from Philadelpbi where he has just c...

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

' : v® i* - jr .V ' ;'• rh, r- JílSy ?? h kfMiaBpttil* i IP wmx mam" ■ v .. 'i'1 M ' - M HHBHHHB v. w ■ ■„- •W*ñ? 4 •"■■:• Ml'" gggj I 11111 «fe* <• k '■■ "■v~- ■'•' Anytbinf in Anything in* 1 j Anything in AaytMai in Heating < Anything in fi«« Supplied Anything m Roofing Good* MCCORQUODALE. BRÍ mm ft ORANGE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JULY 27, $12. ! '. I SPEECHES raraS$íP&íKií 0 employe of Wsm EIWDEBK PI GRDWD WHS ON RJWD Ü HT CWMTES Mil ■ I. . IM.II !!> >■■ A strictly Coíquitt rally was held j ÜK? FASTEST, DEADLIEST. . introduced was Judge E. A. heatham, candidate for re-election : district attorney. ^ x V"' J dge Cheatham made one of the talks- ever heard in this city. llegan bis speech by deploring Weaver's Ship Yard was brought to the city yesterday in i serious con- dition as the result >of an accident which befell him about 4 o^clock in the afternoon. The new; dreiigr'Orange was be-" ing pulled upon the ways when the large cáble, in same way, became hooked under a l...

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

r-- ■' ppp UsSBaS® Mm ÍPÜ ' tí-1*; dR 1: ■n ■í*SíB =?== M fe? OFFICERS—'VV. II.- Stark, President L Miller, Vice-President E. W. -Brown, Vice-President. J. O. Sims, Cashier \ E. Mcfarland, Ass't, Cashier A. E. Bunn, 2nd. Ass't Cashier. DIRECTORS—W,H, Staj-k U Miller E. W. Brown F. H. Farwell J. Q. Sims'- ,4 , " ^ „ ' E. E. McFarland , H. J: L. Stark —1 *"*' ' : ^ : — ; THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS Of the First Rational Bank of Orange, is composed of men of the 1 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 Steffi'V« With The Lumbermen (Contributed.) Ufe my W- mk Every day that' is checked off tlxe calendar the yellow pine lumber business increases in attractiveness to the manufae- off as compared to high prices during 1906-1907 but a.t ...

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

f. v>?> >'h ■ '1'■' j w < ■ 1 ■ ''Imtitujif ■ :-: %?¡S?«ft".. ■ ,... - i wM MM W^HHmw?HBHWS^ PmiB PH Bldg. Both Phone* 71 «•'•-;■' * W, '... ,M 5ÁUSAGEAND MUTTON ^¿sk ompt Delivery 1M . 1 ■ . .«i' SAVE i- Imé 20&Í mi YOUR -. , •' bbhpíí i>p.fo : , •, ,hv BUY A Kit- W ROYAL If PRICE $75.00 i ; 1'S'u'!Yf• í'"í? Typewriter Made Longer Guarantee Simple, Durable ; Up-to-Date JÉÍSÍ • Houston, IfStfli m Launder f 5 / _ ^ c & ijJEj. •'$, v- . Shim, Collara and Caffs; idn year Linen and Counterpane! ,r Éiper. than yon can d$ it at home. Paragon Laundry m-\ Phone* 123— COWLING HOTEL European Plan U Texas, Building, Newly Fur "!Xoiii'" Bath* .JPiee' , Electric Faflfrin '¡Each j I Room. No Extra Charge. Call and >11 Belli. Iced Litbla Water • Throughout the Hotel. Mid that before. Bui rd .be court- marttotad. rd loae W career." Í ; "What's a career to a man who truly torear |SH1 " - "It'g Just aa much aa it la to any- body else—and more." J ,K «to could hardly controve...

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

H mm§ NEWS m m ,r; ^ ¡Mft ÜÜ ¡§t#e '.: '• fi == ¡ociaI Notes Miss Addie McNeill left yester- jiy for- Beaumont arid is the guest of'Mrs. Leigh Harris and family. A b dahcí'w ! given by Mrs. J. L. Cun- y-' ningham at the Ne.ch.es ■ Club last night, at which Miss McNeill, Alisa gust. Plavia YVignall, Miss Lucile Pearce | and Carl Bancroft were among jhe out-of-town, guests- present. of the Daily Leader will spend Sun- day at Rollover, as the guest of the party of young ladies chaperoned by Mrs.. C. P. Frey. J;V ^* ' ; ' Mrs. W. ..t". Moore, who has bee visiting relatives here has returned to her home in Houston. \Vv H." Stark lett today for Colo- rado Springs where ..He will join his family and >pend the month ot Au- J. p. Johnson"a former resident of this 'city but now of Van Couver, B. C„ returned her? last night for a short visit with friends. Mr.'John son was formerly an'employe of the Miller-Link' Lumber company at Newton. ' :v- • - ■' 'V— —* - « ♦ A, W: Batte, ' foreman of th...

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

• Aaytbin| In Electric W: Anythtoi inPlumWi Anything ¡a Sheet M $1 Anything in Heating Anything in Beat Sui Anything in Roofinj McCORQUODAL ■■■■■ ex-miüdl e weight of Pensacola, Florida.and Fountainc of : Houston «wrea- I to % dr*«r Saturday night 4tt the i; j£ full of spectator as the intense heat m .many in tjhe open air. 11ft starting for that no^«^8h -people Cooke e was considerably light- . bis opponent and was also lit Williams seemed to be ¡ with science andspeed. ■ Wil- the first fall in twelve mfa- rang with od roll over. . Fountain^! off hi guard suc- 6wing him «fetef five a half-Nelson combined Nfi....... s Fountaine BU :and^*es. , that he would is on \h*nd was still fresh.' They I for ten minutes, nei ane accomplishing, when sud- iljr it became evident that F«u was not going to last- long him off the mat aiii th^re neither doing mmm R 1 RIM ■ Ü M m TEXAS, MONDAY. JULY 29, 1912. imm rrpí1! ílM SSI mi! forp.il . ; "r ;V^' m third consecutive tim# P. B. Curry captured the m...

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

m '$ Iftel ffe OFHGERS~V\L H. Stark, President L. Miller, Vice-President E. W. Brown, Vice-President. J O. Sims, Cashier & E. McFarland. Ass't Cashier A. E, Bynrt, 2nd. Ass't Cashier. PmECTOtfS^Wril. Stark L- Miller E. W. £*>wn F. H. Farwell 'J. O.-Sims E. E' McFarland - ' H. J. L, Stark 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 Prompt Attention and Entire Satisfaction The First National Bank, Orange, Capital $100,000.00 SurplusandjPrqf^s Over $127,000Á THE ORANGE mr 1P, W., tí. stark s. h. walthall L. c. parker - Owner Editor 'City Editor . Subscription Rates. Per year Per month-v- Per week ...$6:00 - _ .SO .15 AUTO NEWS. Over forty thousand cars ha been registered in New Jersey this year. • The Automobile Club of Kenosha, Wis., 's fightin...

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

tmmmm illlfe- . ¿ PORK f,SAÜáAGEAND mmi i PRICE t Typewriter Made -onger Guarantee Simple, Durable " • Up-to-Date M ] Ban-on ft Friedlander, Dealer . Stewart Building. . Hous ton, fexas ■ ?■" -i. . ji . 1 Launder four Shirt*, Collars and Cuff ; alsy yeur Linen and Counterpane* er than you Uo do it at homr. 'aragonPLaundry i Phone 123— - - V .. w1 WLIÑG HOTEL Beaumont, Texas, i Building. Newly Fur jths Free o GuetU. Electric Fans in om. No Extra Charge. Call and [Re-Call Bella. Iced Lithk Water ¡Serve Throughout the Hotel. . * - * í '* - - T.nftY aifi w IHtl ta ^ill .ror, and he found courage to eeiee ¡ other things. The porter ahookbls the bell rope and yank It viciously, head Baair. "Nothln' but aoi' drinks with a sardonic: "Please. may I start ln utah #emmen." oí Ointments for Catarth That Contain Mercury. nercury will surely destroy the Of smell and completely de- the whole system when enter- . through the mucous surfaces, ides should never be used prescriptions from, reput- sici...

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

t&iii 'Wv OflMER .?" > • •'. ■ " --; -• , S« v.'ii M i§ K IH ' J. E. Hogg iras just Completed and installed in Pa veil's confectionery one of the best pieces-of workman-J ship ever turned out ill the city, in an 'It is not given to many men to pass thirty years beyond tlie\allotted three score ana cen/ór'having reach- ed that age, to, lit hale and the. shape of an addition to the and in the full possession of- their .counter surrounding " the soda foun-. faculties, but such is the fortune tff tain. It is of mission finish and ¡ one of the pioneer citizens of Or- adds greatly to the appearance of ange County, Bose's. Wilkerson, jvho yesterday-"celebrated his the store. Aaron Miller left yesterday morn- ing for Houston , on a business trip'ange Coiinty, Moses Wilkerson, wh one hun- dredth birthday anniversary at his Mr . Asa Middleton, at one time a Who laid the Boosters of Beau- resident of Orange died Saturday at mPnt could play ball? With the ex- the homé of her daughter, Mr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 29 July 1912

i = — MUTTON I Delivery Si¡iÍwÍi Kitty.! !i¡ ■túV' SUYA í &M; newspaper. Both beat, he hanfled her the newspaper and tossed the; .into a etata; mw fata **H tto Mfw p«. n4: her Snooileuma. Vujpil •■ - -Ht. ippw ®ása&l ! the had suddenly been pe trifled, i The newcomer *U the Bret to She fairly gushed: "Harrjt lallory—of «II people." ¥§®1 g§m "Kitty! Kajhleenl Mtsa Lewellyn!" ,"Juat to tttt|rikof meeting you! mm .V: PRICE $75.00 ' Simple," Durable- V' Up-to-Date tí*' Barron & Friedlander, ^ . Stewart Building. " "S Hous' ton, rfsss 'Witt Launder Shirts, Collars and Cuffs; atoo' your Linen and Counterpane) ¡aper than you can do it at home. 'aragon Laundry th Phone 123— m GOWUNG HOTEL iUaih Free Guest*. Electric Punt in . Each I Room. No Extra Charge. Call and Bella. Iced Lithia Water I Serve Throughout the Hotel. of Ointments lor Catarrh That Contain Mercury. will surely destroy the smell and completely de- the whole system when enter- through, the mucous surfaces, should n...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 29 July 1912

i&m JMpW7- . r. tv-; lÉf WWKK3j| BB1!— . — - i l A T §? sassi ,$1? Kg Ytíur Trade ... ,>* •' "**•'' * '; , ;••■•''• •••4 ' 4 v : ; • ■A DOLLAR OR tWO A WEEK WILL DO 510 F.RÓNT ST. NEW PHONE 215 Several weeks ago the Leader re- ceived a communication from Port1 Arthur written: in behalf of Jack O'- Brien of that city, who was in search of a boxing match with sofne 133 poundefr of Orange. The Sporting Editor immediately took hold, of the proposition and in a few tiays two or, three local men wrote personal letterá to Mr. O'Brien's manager I but we understand that not one word has been received in reply, We are at Ipss as to why either Mr. O'Brien or his manager do not answer these communications. We have no cham- pions in this city but there *re sev- eral plucky youths who Have " the nerve to take on Mr. O'Brien at any time. ' Social Notes Mm Grand-children will bold their7 annual reunion at Lake Idlcwood Park, Au- gust 16. 1912," • Seretary Coale of the local lodge Woodmen of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 31 July 1912

r® t lumev mlllH Pfi Mil Ipraraffi 'rS* sil vS special to the Houston Post ^ti|&1&eb*rtg£ a member of the firm of Linebarger Brothers Realty.! front Port Arthur un<^r yesterday* company, promoters of the Gratis ¡ date said: "The Port Arthur Gun Townsite, Land & Envelopment Glub will go to Orange tomorrow ip .cottoj^ioy was in Orange this morn- ing on business. • "''f •$pV-L:'' • Mr. Linebarger was approached Leader reporter with reference *w(i; have just now started, to work" after laying off several days," he said, "as Mr. Bowles fftind it necessary to se-. cure a mud mill in order to get re- sults necessary before the work could be continued. Everything ii 'the visjtOrs being out of ;own. Some ÍJ^JIÍJÍLKSTÍ. _ f• . < (•«oí fnü Daw4 A vtkuai '■ . ■ <- getting along splendidly now and it; thought that the. well will be com- d within three weeks time.-' Linebarger- is very optimistic shoot against the" Orange club on their grounds. The local ¿lub is de- veloping ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 31 July 1912

ü! :ERS—W H. Stark, J. O. Sims, Cashier :TORS—W. H. Stark Are you considering President L. Miller, Vice-President E. W. Brown, Vice-President; E. E. McFarland, Ass*t" Cashier A. E. Biinn, 2nd. Ass't Cashier. L. Millet E. W. Brown F. H; Farwell J. Q. Sims E. E. McFarland H. J. L. Stark ' , , —— ~ ' or MWmñ m: mWT?< TATION. Liw-Toiu H. .All to Medici) Properties of Calomel With None of . the Dangerous I * After-Effects. I to I v -bank connections—or additional ones? , Remember the FIRST NATIONAL, BANÍIÍ of Orange will welcome your business—all " ' . i,. ... .. '■ ' *■ ' ' Part-. : ' ' " .... '• \ ■ 'Everj- imotjern battling facttky assure you of perfect Security. , ' mis The First National Bank, Orange, Texas Capital $100,000.00 ___ SurplusandjProfttsOver$127,OOOj ihoti Ota í i.' [HE W. H. STARK. - Owner S. H. WALTHALL.- Editor L/C. PARKER .............. City Editor to tlíe ..South. Keep from either éx- trertie, we do not want either. 4%«3í)emocratic platform on this subject is as ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 31 July 1912

I «di. =e= m j. 3fj ijP&Ht •¡¡■'A'*:hstj¿' \GEAND & . ■•' , jr m ■ MONEY f^ES. ICE $75.00 Typewriter Made. Rger Guarantee Simple, Durable . Up-to-Date & Friedlander, Dealers, 1 *^ ■ Stewart Building, )| ' nfijsii | Rfti m Wmm rill Launder irts, Colors and Caff*; also Linen and Counterpane r than j¡;ou can do it at home tragón Laundry >WUNG HOTEL European Plan lumoiv^Texas, Building. Newly Fur Free . Ia¿ Bach'. ¿No Extra Ch«r|e. Call and jl Belli. Iced Lithia Water r .Throughout the/Hotel. re of Ointments for Catarrh That Contain Mercury. will surely destroy the nell and completely de- whole system when entier- gh the mucous surface*, should never be used scriptions from rejtáf- ans, as the damage they a. fold to the good you * derive from them, rh Cure, manufactured heney & Co., Toledo, O.. mercury, and is taken cting directly upon thei t mucous surfaces of the uying Hall's Catarrh you get the genuine. _ «ally and made in by F. J. Cheney & Co. CC« • '&&...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 31 July 1912

sgsmjm. M| UJJJJ-TMC • p!iN " '••' ".-!-s '•i ,.*■-. f'.v .: •.#■ t^-V :ws • . > $m wm$tm s gysj DAI L Y Mfe lp*wWP« MM.....'!,'-,—; a —— '1)11 HI'Mil IT Your Trade 3$ral(EI ^SB^Si " 4hj A DOLLAR OR TWO '•••'■. , '■': .■, ; ■■-.1 ., . '■' ... :■> A WEEK WILL DO Gulf Furniture Company 510 FRONT ST. NEW PHONE 215 movement among Pro¿ressive .-W' ••; • the mm SEVENTEEN been received Yf. Re leads E. A. Cheatham . During the summer months moth- ers of young children should watch >- '" • ; for ., any unnatural looseness of the 1 bowels. When given prompt atten- Complete returns from over the tion at this time serious trouble may district have not been made up to be, avoi(kd. Chamberlain^ Colic, re present time, but fromyég has ;CboIer¡ and* Diarrhoea Remedy can attorney by seventeen hundred votes^ y a ea er8' ^ ' • Mr. Blaekshear's great number of i. ^ votes was surprising to the friends |^|^|*¡^/^|TT "E*0 of Judge Cheatham. It was thought Jf rC pm I ^ that the. .race would be rea...

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

si Kg m W.H.Cottle. COX. COTTLfc ft CO Sanitary Plumbing and Sheet Metal Works. y J"' ''"'T ■ ?WK MI - 1 '..Ml'.■■'■?■ ' I SEmMBi mm m tw «i1 lWI&ÍÍS Anything In Eleeuical Goodi.J Anything in PlucnMng Good*. Anything in Sheet Metal Goods. Anything in Heeling Good*. Anything In Beat Supplies Anything m Roofing Good*. McCQRQUODAIX BROS. n - ORANGE. TEXAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 1, 1912. m T -C. Ford succeeded in the highest score" out of making the last The Civic League, .through the special committee appointed for the twenty sTiots yesterday afternoon at j purpose, have made a contract with the gun club grounds, for tlje. third Í Dan Holland to remove from each Vgold medal offered by Geo. W- Ban croft. The medal has been won and lost fay .several different members, on ac- f oí their inability to keep ahead three successive meetings. Jír. won and lost the .medal several before he succeeded, in keep- ing ¿nreátf of his opponents the three times necessary to capture the piece of gold. The...

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

President L. Miller, Vice-President E. W. Brown. Vice-President. E. E. McFarland, Ass't Cashier A. E. Bunn, 2nd. Ass't Cashier L. Miller E.£VV. Brown F. H> Farwell J. O. Sfms OFFICFlRR—W. H. Stark, J. O. Sims. Cashier ^DIRECTORS—W, H. Stark É. E. McKarland L. Stark New Are you considering r w .bank' connections—or additional ones? > Remember the FIRST NATIONAL BANK-of Orange will welcome your business-all or in Every modern backing facility asSure you 6f perfect Security The First National Bank, Orange, Surplus and Profits Over $127,000.00 Capital $100,000.00 Chafin Too. future Texans demand paigns be based. IS'' "W. H. STARK Owner S. H. WALTHALL Editor L. C. PARKER ..... ..— City Editor Subscription Rates. Per year -Í.—-■ - ————$6.00 Per month — —, ;..—. .50 Per " week PHONES New. Phone Old Phone . ..539 i A Contributions will ' be gladly re- ceived, and given space when avail- able but we must ask .that all contrib- uted articles be typewritten before they are sent in. This ...

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