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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 28 June 1911

5$* iW gam jfiw * "€:\ ^¡ l MM LAR y e >° «ppyki' i signal servios to weak womankind , is the. finding of lost health—the building-up of "a run-down" system. ""Nothing dóes it so' .'surely as Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription, ' it Cures alb the derangements, irregularities and weaknesses peculiar to tho sex. ~ It/'a "J " givers. to tl: oaavi whole system. Nffi iliar to tho sex. ^ivEtrenfgth-gi ' arid viifor to tho most perfcafc Imparting toni 81 teaphers, it ' system. \Li'or QverworEei , bilitatea teachers, milliners, seam- itressts, " shop -girls," nursing mothers, and feeble women gen- erally, it. is the (grfctest earthly boon, being uncqualed as an appe- ¡ tSiug cordial' and rest.or.itivo' timie. avorito Prescription" gives etion in ovoryca3e, or mono; paidVfor it is promptly refund?' That d tho way it's sold; that's tl way its matera pri>vo • tl'.eir\(aith in it.. Contains no alcohol. to Ine- bria! ; no' syrup; or sugar to de- tíOMAN'S MTWÍTIOH. >i«arly>Atwnys )^l«...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 28 June 1911

li I X r': - -7' L -aV ' poutbcast airas§ouviuil. Bnturrtiiit'lb* I'ostofttco (\t.Orftiig0 as"iv(?Qpá 'class nltUUT. — FtrnLlSffiD'.'EVERÍ-^ ' . .-^T.Y TUB —- , OKANGÉ PÜÍíLlSHINÜ •COMPANY J. 'A. PALMES Editor. *.1* ./' • Men who" are sáekin^employrticnt c-aii find it ill < > range.. Alón who want work and are' will- ing to work can\tiud it i:i Qrang twelve tnoutitsin t-b'e venr. F ' The., farmers of t-We state ájv in better c>Midition financially titan they . liai'-f'Tieen at aiiy time in the pS'st six /ears. . ' ' The peoplb - of.■ Orange must teil what they .have aiijl /vvhat they want '. ibromdi tjie cólunnis of* the home papeif. The .1": rn.vi. for instance. y ' .\ f- — t /H7---Tbe Vire leading to:the°p<fl>l roHiu EurightJIros, was taped ^It^nliiy afternoon and the h£)lJ^«(fuchcré<1 out of *1000 on the strength' of in- formation gained by óritsul e 1 artK'p ;Y A Mayor Baldwin, of Watorbury Cbnn., had F. R. Swift Editor of tbe ■¡iind.'iy l Ierald, arrested on c...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 28 June 1911

BeNha¿o?i first installment of silverware has ari (W ¿Furniture is nowenroute . will pay you to \\¡AÍt, an J'examine-. ""Orange Merei¡¡¡rtíiile Co. Vil4HUW(WiMi ('loth.ii)" iS-om #>£), .8, 10 * • " ffiH ' " X t "s.::?■■■* "P t0 ■« pcr'sniu' _ r* , / uraiigé Mercantile C Mr. Robt, B'ljssfcll i aid u Bhnj'S visit this eity tliú week, 'G. Bedell Moore returned tin this city from 8au Antonio Jast'Tliittsclay. ihfxm (Mr, W. F.^lijP^mahrtiy went to /Be Moit.d i trip, Monday.' CASUALTY C.VCOHT. \ J Orange must baya betttil? Íjtíeets. Business has Wen very good this week. The "dagbes" havg had a lmrd time, "even in Orange. —r~ Mr. John Crow lias returned to Orango after quito an absence. Mr. George 'Mnicha.it, of Beaumont ivas in the city last week. For election time, the one just passed, was a Very quiet ouo. - Miss Hanknmor, toi 'Turtle Bayou is visiting uslatives in «the city., . Mr. Émile-Lobrano, of New . Orleans, 'is visiting reliteves jn this city. Capt. Geo. 0. O'Brien, of Beaumo...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 28 June 1911

I SijawrfH! ORANGE 1 ÍUUSIU.N OOalPANY ■ The Hslflcld-Mc and the Mi Orange, - - - .lexas P -) V*_- V v' V N ..u. V:-5i A i X A NEW CHAPTER / - >y Feud 'Breaks (M Anew >y.l).eadtr js Killed. Ma'ny a m!in wly> would d'.sdai.n'any THROWN FROM Hj^RfldR&cA.ND.DROWNlQ . thing HUc wciik!i'i> ^'¡:i per-'imU ^ W ,v ' ;l ch "'m tv0t& l/ckjr &. ¿ Ml*, curl £*¡1 «a 'Iron one vo ir'sea ¡.to tin) ><:;•, when there « t .'. le rut ¡sius-iblo ox/-.iso for it .beyond, .• oíai;tii'.óu.dl «imp !o * •'.).! of wl.vii ;¡c i.'lotío L-> thai ■.possessor. , Kt.íílior.jí. W. V;.. Nov. 4.—-I>-d_Mj McCoys' \\a A Vl:i": :vr wi,.> died u,t i ■N. J., ■•tho..other day cSquostinJ .What thi-buglo with which ho had W his. . córaíMticii tj. victory bo buried ii his cbHiu With hiui. JV.iM.-a'G briol souulU hlti trumpet ho will_'ba iibi'o to biW a • return bia.-ti' • Onh-i reason whv lUo jibihber of prisoners in the Kiinsas, penituntiary is notovein stbaUer than it is, b'eeause . th...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 28 June 1911

Wrl y iK'¡ PORtRAITMF PALESTINE. -M Rev. T. DeWitt Talmage's Si; on the Holy Land, dno «nil Syiiu to ttbe luNurtumt Wi ^ biih, nnd tnwOiih'tei' Míiuu'.y fu run oí I'omi- sylvunlii, «nil Romo u. ,i-o.mty farms of jNew .lersoy. nnd tbo oytiernin'jriitneent faviii nicrnurea >"cld« of Minnesota utul Wferorndii, '""1 lW UIM.OUT58 apulctil.OM)l|áis!s of Aluryi'iul und Cult for - ii111. Let ihe Túik lip di vé.i out unjl the LARGE CP.0Y/&S LISTEN TO Ills SERMONS^ $o!Otójon'« Pools and tho Pluot of \b« Nativity Viaitcd—A Prfnogyric oa "tfco tironty-tiio yoara lutbls^Ity it la ástouUli- / peoplo who throng I)". ly / r Cradle. DrtflOKLVMr N. Y., Nov. 2.—Dr. Titlmage pruached tho sixth sermou on lib tour In - Pnhwtlno today. After a pastorate ol thisc tag to Wo the c owds ot-'p Uie Acudomy-.pf Music every fcuiiday iriorn- los lo listo><0td life dlspourvos. No loss rc- ... tníirftablo uro tho uudlencos that New York' city furn'sbiis at tho services overy Sunday' • nlfcbt. Tod ay's s...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 28 June 1911

If MM pffp ■ Wwwmi Fi%5 wt. If: J ■'4> SiJrasi ■ m. J ;: «if ®. ■ ■ V I JSottfest (EcraslpnnxaL lL.',- . . . J1 1 ■ '■■ .""" f/• ;/ Continúi\\ •froni tii'frt page. aud about sixty bales. of. ginned cotton 1 ««resold hero n the fall of 183S- SflSítli ginned mu! lulled the cottoá' for a, fif- teeuthrthu ptahtw>p xi.ugior the bagging " rtul t rope) t«s. both t f which were made •' Ktiutóiikyj' hew p. .The market •• opened • • up. with spiritOil bidding by both Vi ar- nertnul Smith. They inn thO pyioeup to about six cciX# & .pounyl before the SUTISOU „^ed. which' was fully Ihree- ;o'u i ! 1 is ijf ii oeut more than Xpw Orleaus r*. prico* jit*titied. After addiug- freight aud olwrgys. • Those" Ylli' 'h^ not reacho'd tjie- digiitf,v of a bale of cotton wcrg good nut¿ksm«ii.¡'md tlicy jtetvtid tip their pelts; y,*a "to tlwfitour nadiníhó language, <I,ulc. Mi/iter, of Liberty, • •nailed, out {,,i .■i .o'iMi Dili's worth .of siig'UV <1 deer c i;i - \ynlh of coffee,', two bear...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 4 June 1912

ü¡ * mm MM acatenation here June the 8th. , No ^concatenation ' ¡iber Coro ¡bold % adjr ; night lfP§?x^ iiifp . , f. r|C n; ^ . ization of lumbermen—has been held in Southeastern Texas . for a long time. The word is out that a large _amOunt of material in*Hie way of itiates ..has.' accumulated and that the meeting there notable, both for the at- ce of members and for the of the class initiated. Texas ¡.always been a strong Hob Hpo ate. If is now represented op the Supreme Nine toy John C. Ray, the ell known lumberman of Waco, ho is Supreme Arcanoper. Texas I ! To the Editor of the Leader, Or- ange, Texas. It woufd be a difficult matter for anyone to estimate the- v l«e the Texas Prefi has rendered the state Üllll É,i"J Aluminum Cooking in Aartbiná in Anything U> Sheet Anything in Heating Aaything in,Boat Supplies Anything in Roofing Goods. MeCORQUOPAIX BKOS. ORANGE, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JUNE 4. 1912. EH TRAC C cé an M.Í'íí^K:q?ist •re so plainly increase of rfttr oih revenue and wsT M...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 4 June 1912

mm lira - - * kMw •hmM: lis mmW ill; SK *m.. .1 ./'. . "i OFFICERS—W. H. Stark. President L. Mifler, Vice-President B. W. Brown, Vice-President J. Ou Sim , Caviar E. E. McF«rUnd, Au't Cashier. A. E. Buna, Jad. AH*!. Cashier DIRECTORS—W. H. Surk L. Miller E. W. B|own F. H.Fatwell J. O, Sim* E. E. McFarland , H J. L. Stark PUBLIC CONFIDENCE ONE.OF THE BEST ASSETS One of the best assets of a Bank is the confidence of the people. Thé First National Bank' has the confidence of the people of Orange and vicinity and its stren<th and careful management make it a safe depositary for funds, yotfr, account, subject to check is cordially invited; no matter whether it is large or small, you will always recieye the most courteous treatment and prompt attention. 7,000.00 Capita! $100,000.00 ; ESTABLISHED 1889 THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK ORANGE, TEXAS ANN01 ■■* —* ' The Pot District Judge. Leader is authorized to an- THE ORANGE DAILY LEADER sp?> Ml W. H. STARK Owner S. ji, WALTHALL Editor L. C. P...

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

:Wmm IIWIPjMWWll 1*1)1 I <1111*1 MIHIMBWWW m habH is the one sol It is th Of cause ei or , valuable induv- r my part to aspire to a pla:e the commission and seek the ^ of ifcy fellow citizens while, as a grower and shipper, I* have the problem of the marketing ud transportation of these crops st a lifetime study," and have e myaelf familiar with all the refrigerator charges, routes, ncéntrátion points, express, ra V and steam-boat companies op- ating to the Southern fields to the era, ; Eastern and Western even edit and publish a weekly papel-, THE SOUTHERN ¡r . SHIPPER, devoted to the diversi- fication '.Fruit and' Truck-growing. The present congestion of the yfruit and produce movement in? the Brownsville country indicates plain- 1 i.JJw'llj of future Railroad immissions ^Klieving and < averting such occurrencS^in^e future, for . the benefit of 'tflPTSHfefti as the-ishippers. TheWjWiruration of proper measures ana regtfotions will prevent a repetition , <jf condi- tions s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 4 June 1912

KBM Sflil Mmm. Plü -, p, v IMI iSfs:r¿; KW^émá m % :v . •gaPK^MUn*-*: NEWS Vaccinate I am prepared to vaccinate your Stock Pasteur Method. Phone 15 M. B. MAIER Veterinary Social UWm Blip® fe">. Li B®S" É*° wm p^Mf §§pK' wwf.¡v Wmm *$& ■« ü - It* v ■ . A pleasure party aboard «he launch El Cajpitan left the •wharf yesterday afternoon at 6 o'clock for > cruise to the lake and" adjacent waters. Not content, if seems, with the view* , ' afforded from the' rippling waters; the merry crowd went aground, boat and all. For many hours the young men aboard fought valiantly b. refloat the craft but not until the ¿J-lJr hours of the -morning, and on^y then by the assistance of (lie rising tide, were their efforts suc- cessful. Tir,ed and sleepy, though none the less buoyant in spirit as 1 result of their experience, the happy crowd arrived safely at the wharf at J o'clock this morning. .Those com- posing the party were: Mesdames ; E. T. Drake, Geo. D. .Marshall, Lntcher Stark, S. B. G...

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

| HHPF' J*m Í—Rifctttig ■ I team celebrated' its' eighth utivé jwin this season bjfeshut .trom San jgRetn-1 to ley and tine 0. |H ig yielded only locals annexed i Off Pack, for i tures of the mentida • pegging masterly pitch- H. Theiiuof Beaumeatwas„ln the for the purpose "of -g over thé aihia- j range* ■V,/' .gentle- in man, after tion carefully, decided that the tow* should . liberally jO an institution and in accordance with this conclusion determined to kit- ten the completion of his pre-ar- UpjBB Committee should and make their reports lied upon. ^JjR¡ of the local league M*. Tbeln. announced yesterday by Pittman and • that be would transfer his plant double Sanfordj froja, Beaumont here, just as soon tarly every play as the building, which is to be erect- nearly every play and every member i played ball of the r to m£ke on that night * .< $* Members of the Club, .of the Young Men'# Com- members of the Indies' afe most respectfully fe- to write Opt some question, it in a pla...

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

ÉPPwRH ■ *' .H/J* X '*W¿ liM pl&fefiS m n H. Stark, Pretident L. Miller, Viea-President 1. W. Brown, i J, O. 8im* Ctihier E. E. McF.rlsnd, Ku't Cashier A. E. Bonn. 2nd. kw't DÍRECTOES—W. H. Stark ' p. MiU*r E. W.J&Own ' f. H. Farwall J.} i §¡ \ t' Ü É IS E. E. McFarland H J. L. Stark PUBLIC CONFIDENCE ONÉ OF THE BEST ASSETS ■■ One of the best assets of a Bank is the confidence oiTthe people. The- First National Bank has the confidence of the people of Orange and ylcinity and its strength and carefinl management make ' ' * lositary for funds, fjolir account, subject to check is cordially invited;, no matter whCfher r small, you will always recieve the most courteouf treatment and prompt attention. Capital $100,000.00 Surplus and Profits $127,000.00 ESTABLISHED 1889 THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK ORANGE, TEXAS ; ■ fot: ftp The Leader i authorized to an- Tboi oodvitie, tor tne omce oí Judge W the First Judicial Diftrkt «Í Texas, subject to the Democratic PrimaiV in July, 1912. -S. THE...

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

I read about a Utah min- naraed Mclntyre. He has "v42 there for 5? 1867 . some part of our r' cleaning, of. eveiry i#JflS¡ h to ask yoti to con- _. , i ypurscbool •'hou|e|i| erly lighted and ventilated, at has much to dp with the phys- ,t welfare of the pupils. - "I desire to call special attention to the need for medical inspection and examination of all pupila. ^ ction to prevent the spread tagious and infectious diseases d examination to discover phys- defects - (sight, hearing, breath- g, teeth, etc.). I believe every should be visited by one or more physicians daily to fcspect any children whom the teacher reporta . not well, and also that all children should tjndergo physical examina- ion at. least three times during the . year. is my belief that the medical Bf Texas will gladly aid íücb wórtK"n «;h terms as will make it easl^^We for the . work to be danWi^^wy school in '' the I "I ask the School Trustees in ?' cities of 10,000 and over to give Serious consideration to the est...

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

mm BP MM if fe mmmmrn. — 3 reels oí thrilling and exciting motion pi« r— *r~r =F= . Mrs. G. C. Schuford bas, returned 'upon two sticks which slide in ¡*n<}! yourifl to her hdme in Naf sota after «ujovit oi two case mad# for thenV 1% - .placed-, ¿ largó der for 31-ptece breakfast sets for -tribution among old and new iscrrbera. These sets shoiild ar- ore many days and those laved their orders for «e premiums will receive them promptly. This was the Leader's f^cond order for- these sets nrtd . pother will be made in a day r© two for sixty dozen aluminum kitch- •' en utensils to be made up into 144 5 piece sets. HIH ' -..^^|||||jj|||||||J mi ■ <*tp I WwwMÉ'M Ür. W. H. Stark has been called to New Orleans on account of the (.serjous illness of Capt. John Dibert, General Manager pf the Louisiana' Red Cypress Co., of Lutcher, La . ■ ?0 YOU KNOW ALICE JÍOSE? OU SHOULD KNOW ALICE ROSE. NOTHING LIKE ALICE ROSE. DONT FORGET ALICE ROSE: YOU WILL LIKE ALICE ROSE. PEOPLE P.RAISE AÜÍCE ROSE...

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

gjl I p , . k. ■JBHhhh ■HBi lltl1 ii9 M ut ÉÍ Ti tí . s: U •; < " -' Special Mem- Tonight 3 age s of miiwSWw íeports one suggested " ¡pw| of the Chib, Men'# Com- of the Ladies' respectfully re- r and .seal ef ■¡daí have tx statement from th •feji/ Cam in the stated to * reporter failed to mention that, ' her; succeeds .in inakie score out of hi* last at three consecutive m< said medal 'becomes his property. This fact, 1 been generally known membership and as a result t! a great deal of rivalry at the this afternoon. ¿ ■In addition to the medal donati by Mr. Bancroft, the Do Pont Po- der Company has presented the Gi Club With a beautiful silver $ropl which win be contested for at some follows: m to the club meeting {u*?r* The sninsr. to be ooenedT wh,eh th,s tr^tls to be •w*¡" make It posaiMi fd^ ;«v«ry |lemM to have,an equal chance to win it, and the day this tropfcr is to be awarded will be a "big day" in respect. The public is vited to be present at the grounds every Thursda...

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

=5= m lili i i " i OFFICERS—W, H. Stark, Pre.id.nt U MiUer, Vlce-Pre.ideot E. W. Brown, Vice-President J.O- Sidti, Cfthter B. E. W:Farls«d, Aw't Ctihier A. E. Buatt. 2nd. A i't. Ct.hier DIRECTORS—W. H. Sttrk L.Miller E, W. Brown F. H.Farwell J. O. Sim. EE. McF.rl.nd HJ.L Stark PUBLIC CONFIDENCE ONE OF THE BEST ASSETS I" r! ■; ■>«$&^ t, ■* , * * One of the best assets of a Bank is the confidence of the people. The First National Bank has the confidence of the people of Orange and vicinity and its strength and'careful management make ittrtafe depositary for funds, your account, subject to check is cordially invited; no mattef whether it is large or small, you will alway* recieve the most courteous treatment and prompt attention. ■ Capital $100,000.00 Surplus and Profits $121,000.00 ESTABLISHED 1889 Wt District Judge. THE- FIRST NATIONAL BANK ORANGE, TEXAS I THE ORANGE DAILY LEADER ''' ' '' 1 ■' *■ ■ 1 ^ 4'./ W. H. STARK Sv H. WALTHALL ■m PARKER Owner Editor City Editor Subecrip...

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

m&mm , -/ |PB| . /Skh;<<< ^t4"p mm •^íí;<«é.;/ mi ./ m-i' I vjI1 KS ■ V ■ 1 V' _ M td mm*¡ -water, If mUStbCj w$M ■ • in P® e?sr-i?t Egyptian scarf of put, color* i* * * ; i™-■ r- Take one b«f herb# and muMMtam ' '' water over c)> it-is boil*; í;L. Ford, hank- ed ;l!ll¡i ' At Beaumont, Jo i 1 the 17th day of May u ÍS-TO Stark, of C that w; piHÉ i day of February A.D. ■■ the t of A. L. •business under the name of PRINTING COMPANY; - said W. H. Stark is now - —..ill owner of all such ac- ' and débts due the aforesaid . *toSJ3jR v •" ■ •™ 5 T ,7™. and the «ame are payable to GEORGE CHILTON^ | Referee in Bankruptcy. s §5 AH parties indebted to the Leader Printing Company prior to and ln- clndfng the time H was in bankruptcy will please note that the -old ac- unta were purchased by Mr. c Stark, |t they are long since paft «jNe and settle these accounts will save pleasantness for *11 parties con- ned. SfllÉlÉ tender, take, .out of |ɧ it.aud peel alad: Take half a Deck ...

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

• In ¡lililí Tgpj] 3 ¿«el of thrilling and exciting motion pi S..V" .'"jai SocialNotes m !Si& Jmmí mm§# ■ ■§3g$& imm ®|| r W&'- < The- apron salé being conducted by the ladies <*£ the First Presby- ' terian :church in the Stark 'building - on Front Street today, is meeting with success, The sale will be con- tinued until a late hour tonight, lee cream and cake as well as aprons and fancy work are offered for sale and the prices asked are all reason- able. The proceeds of this sale is for a worthy cau^ and the public should patronize it liberally. Many are expected tto visit the counters tonight and inspect the beautiful work offered for sale and at the same time partake of the delicious refreshments. The ladies in charge promise to supply your wants promptly and return ' one hundred cents in value for every dollar spent. " PEOPLE PRAISE ALICE ROSE. • • * • Mesdames H. Jj'Lutcber,. W. H Stark, H. J. L. Stark and Ida Ach enbach left this morning for Austin where they...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 7 June 1912

nram expenditure. Si gfeíílSI ;■ >■<#•.«UH WW*® Anything in I Anything in I Anything in Heattntf Good*. Anything in Boar Supplier Anything in Roofing Goods. McCORQUODAIX BROS. ■ ■ r ?•■:■/ |g 1B lasting three afternoon at Its. Wot. J. Coker, .th Streets, -this TS'v' , ft A* 13 th of -May Mr. , son was stricken with typhoid fever and for a while his condition wits thought not serious, "but the ravages of this dread disease soon sapped his strength away and all hope for his recovery -was ultimately aban- Mr. Wilson's mother, Mrs. n'nie Wilson,." and his sister, Miss ls£ from Brookhaven, Miss., his bedside at the time c th, 5:30 o'clock yesterday after- noon. Jbl|f |H|p|f Funeral services were conducted from the residence oí „Mra. Vfm. Coker, Cherry and Fifteenth Streets, this afternoon at 3 o'clock, _ ALICE ROSE? DÓ Y prou ROSE. • DONT FORCÍET ALICE ROSE. YOU WILL LIKE ALICE ROSE PEOPLE PRAISE ALICE ROSE. -f ¿i'? S.y'.m■ ' >f. wm I . vagwi«9 and 12 years respectivelSl^^e chil...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 7 June 1912

ImPM Mkí ; ■ \i:i mi ammmm )FFICERS—W. H. St*rfc, Preiident L. Miller, Vlce-Preíldent E. W. Btown, Vice-ft&ideot J. O. J1 ni.'C uVier ií. tí. A .-Pjriand. Au't Ciíhiar A. E. Biaa. 2ad. Aii't. Ciihier DIRECTORS—W. H. Stark L. Miller E. W. Brown F. H.Farwell J. O. Sim E. E. McFarlsnd H J. L. 8t«rk ; I PUBLIC CONFIDENCE ONE OF THE BEST ASSETS One oi the best assets of ¿-Bank is the confidence of the people,. The First National Bank has the confidence of the people x>f Orange arid. vicinity and its strength and caréful management make it a safe' depositary for funds, your account, subject to check is cordially invited; no matter whether it large'or small," you will always recieve the' most courteous treatment and prompt attention, v, Capital $100,000.00 Surplus and Profits $127, * ESTABLISHED 1889 If i.'' n' M ■iftdfrvwii jWifrif ¡""i THE FIRST NATIONAL ORANGE. TEXAS THE .ORANGE DAILY LEADER W. H: STARK Owner Editor S. H. WALTHALL L. C. PARKER ......w- City Editor ¡Hilt Subscript...

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