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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 1 August 1912

■ • • ' ■ ' . . . - y*—g >,hV' -'V sPPÜ -,y ,. í ' * sfe; ' i - v* :'*vl ": m ¡w pl^áéfe iOSSMS «■I ' ■ ««« É^B^a IBW It ■ ?$É IMiii ■rar Bwif IMBMMH fill say, growiea (T Jnuoh. lor when I .hare no tub." frit called opw to* 'You Englishmen never •Tí':'T"r^fT7-^ís.7"íJ|B~~ t'M W ' ' a real tab Mil we American soldi i ypUe'* ';'j "I dare say," said Wedge wood ta-, "You sell * , Ü m f/Sfc& PRICE $7100 ■.: Typew*S|^Mad(|í Guarantee p Simple, Durable Up-to-Date ft Friedlander, Dealers, t Building ' «...os, ton, Texas ass if Launder Collars and Cuffs;, sise j^'Jlíoanterpanei than you can do it at home Laundry 123— Mr )WLING HOTEL European Plan ' it, Texas, Newly .Pur i'Pree Electric Fan inr Each , No Extra Charge. Call and Bell*. Iced Lilhla Water vr Throughout the Hotel. ' " Ointments for Catarrh Contain Mercurjfr |® will surety destroy the ttcll and completely de- whole system when enter- " the mucous surfaces, •s should nev-er be used prescriptions from reput- as the damage they...

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

s A DOLLAR OR TWO i -• ' . A WEEK WILL DO Gulf Furniture 510 F.RONT ST. NEW PHONE 215 An auto party of fifteen people Considerable excitement was creat* from Patterson "and Lafayette, La., ed about 10 o'clock this morning ó en route to Galveston arrivedin the'the corner of Border and Pol city this afternoon "where they spent' streets, the occasion being the ar- several minutes before departing for rest of a demented colored woman Beaumc«>t. The auto'from Patterson, La., car- ries seven people and left that city last Tuesday morning. Two pther cars joined them at Lafayette, La.; whose name was given as Mandy Boyd. - ' Mandy was considerably off this, >■ morning and took it upon herself to visit, various houses along Border Scoots in tta« Coun try are Expected to Participate in Saw Activities in The National ^ Capital fa September, in Conner tion With the International Cop-j grew of Hygiene and D.emogra- properly framed. We have a new stock of hait one carrying five and the othe...

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

|#S¡ i WM§wMt ÍIP MI iMMiSMMWBi Jm íSSIfei , -• . iMetal i.Mga— mmm rajaba Hpg||¡jjfl| J8 S r 4* Üw^§ii| ||P TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUG. 2, 1912. ■■■ . ■ L _ pSHH Anything in AnytbiDf la 8be«t I Anything in But Supplies Anything in Roofing Good*. McCORQUODAIX BRf SÍSMi mm NO, 12 the 1912 of the Orange , County sociation which will hold its' an- Allen's^ the ■ «*éw confectionery, which was purchased from the ref- eree in bankruptcy of the Howard ere begun this morning, : wiil_ berdarger than the year¿ and will hav< about twice the ij circulation. . Canvassing for the advertisements has already fcegun it is expected that a meet- ing of the Directors will be held ortly to complete the details. the last week in < Brothers has been open for the pbst 'M, AWonia. A triumph of motion w picture photograph will be «howñ~ tonight at at the Airdome in the shape of the picture "The Silent Castle." The noticeable feature about this film is the fact that nearly all of it what- is known to the profes...

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

ím == =F ===== OFFICERS—W. H. Stark, President L. Miller, Vice-President E. W, Brown, Viee- J. O. Sims, Cashier " E. EUM|Farland. Ass't'Cashier A. E. Hunji, 2nd. Ass't DIRECTORS—W. H. Stark • L- Miller E. W. Brown F.tH. Farwell J. O. Sims ' E. E. McFarland H. J. L. Stark " because they, en play A year round o* best players of the at Newport, prepar- mm erican :le about H m m Svjj 4/"- ISKfc. mMi I® I ,\re yow -considering n w bank Sonnect'ioas—or additional Remember the' FIRST NATIONAL BANK of prange will welcome, your business—all. or in part, Every modern banking facility assure you of perfect- Security. The First National Bank, Orange, Texas '¡Capital $100,000.00 , • Surplus and Profits Over $127¿ M W. H. STARK S. H. WALTHALL L. C. PARKER — Owner - Editor ;«City Editor Subscription Kates. Per year Per month Per week . -.$6.00 -- SO — .15 PHONES Protective Tarift had no influence at all in the matter. The several trusts—steel, harvester, in fact all which escaped * malignant prose...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 2 August 1912

" PWCE $754 Beat Typewriter Made f; .1 j5C' fe'-*1 Longer Simple, Durable p Up-to-Date Barron ft Friedlander, S¡| w ímmÉ, m s ton, Texas = tÉss m pflraill Launder *w Shifts, foliara and Colla; «la. all yeur Unen and Counterpart «¡kmpef than you can do it at home Paragon Laundry Both Phones 12S- Tg^.-. M• sái- IGOWLING HOTEL ÉuropeanPlan tumont, Texas, Building. Newly Fur I Bath Free I o Guata. Electric Fan* in Each [ftoom. No Extra Charge. Call ind lie-Call Bella. Iced Lithla Wate | Serve Throughout the Hotel. mmm** mvm t- of the common- ailments tbai working people are afflicted is lame hack. Apply Chamber-, a Liniment twice a day and e the parts thoroughly at application, and you will get relief. For fcale by all deal- Atlantic City Dog 8bow. Atlantic City, N, J., August 2.— annual dog show of the Ladies' Association Of New Jersey here today on Young's Mil- Dollar Pier. The exhibit in- ies some, of the finest dog* in snsylvania.i New Jersey and New The spaniels exhibited this are ...

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

-INEWS w ** y; ÉMMSm SflflpH- ■¥p ' *V -m AIL Y W'/ J*??? **"" £■"? -v: pp lite ilfc ■n"v. •.--:' á ' ¡Bife fe■!£■ Pit Your A POL LARGOR TWO 1 11 1 1 '^u % '-1 "" -'"a., 1 ';i * ■. ". 4 > A WEEK WILL DO mm 510 F.RONT ST, v V ■'. *"' MEW PHONE 215 JWrofe tSKK®"^ Prove That Lydia E. ham's Vegetable Cc pound Is Reliable. GOLF AND BASEBALL "WID- OWS," (Contlnued From Page i.) . — • ' '* of glorified woman? When will wonjjr n learn that W* lived by the aver- age man is the sam^ normal, sensi Ore.- .. ■■ E. Pinkham' ' recom- •'íí ¿an tw vegetable'ftaturai ¿atinct lw it is for a iipound to all women who are naaslne . - Social Notes A most enjoyatil.e dance was giv- en in the Orange room of the Hol- land holél last evening by tlie mem- bers of the Catholic church. A large number, of dancers were present, and spent a delightful evening. A neat .sum was realized which will be added to the buildiqg fund of the church. ~ ' * * * Miss Minnie Maude McCorquo- dale returned last night from Austi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 3 August 1912

Wf^ 0mWw mm Aoythiog in HeatiAf Goods. Anything in Beat I AaytMe# la Roofini Good*. McCORQUQDALE, BU ¡V' . *GE. TEXAS, SATURDAY. A íUST 3, 1912 *íá NO. 124. wfM#I m&xAi &á ■ j-.V $* sÉpi I Ü MiH ^'< V. One of thé most important social e ta OÍ ti|« season was the-Dutch PPer given ' by the local lodge W* Late yesterday afternoon, Henry Meyers; riding a motorcycle at speed oí i fiFFH III DIRECTORS ELEGTES. II INDUSTRY Royal Order Moose' in their clubj rooms last night. About 175 mem- bers and guests were present, rep- —senting nearly every walk Of life, ipirij of fraternalism 'that! prevailed throughout the evening was an event worthy of special men- tion. ' & ii l nin„ - V«' I K«w' Vo'f the entertainment been heralded among the member hip and permission wais granted, by special dispensation, for each memr -ber to bring with him a guest-—a stag guest—arid they were therein « large numbers. ^ Long before the hour set for serving refreshments, the spacious lodge rooms had ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 3 August 1912

í7 -SUBI® m '^íM'y:r:íW¡ " k-sWaeWlS^-K .)'M: ;;t OFFICERS—W. H. Stark, President L. Miller, Vice-President í;| . J. O. Sims, Cashier E..E. M'cFarland, Ass't Cashier A. "E. DIRECTORS—W. H. Stark L- Miller E. W. Brown F. H. Far well J. O . E. E, McFarland H. J. L. Stark. . %. ¡■MMBÉIriBlHMilíriHttiBMÉHMSÉÉlMnHIl % m Sil * re you considering r w bank connection8*~-or additional ones? ( Remember the FIRST NATIONAL BANK of Orange will welcome your business—all or in part. "• Every jiftx^rn banfltfing facility assure you of perfect Security. the First National Bank, Orange, Texas Capital $100,000.00 ■ ' Sutpl^v^Pw^^wr$J27J, • I ■Mem, With- Hie Lumbermen (Contributed.) rap ill m-r- If? Ül Wk> Xoforaation gathered from evexy lumber trade center shows the market strong, and in many cases, still advancing. The retail dealers in the interior markets are placing or- ders just as fast as they can make contracts with the mills, and the orders are for immediate shipment- There is very little c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 3 August 1912

•ífclf ps' yÉ"4 I X*XVH. .C BUY ÍEW ROYAt jls fM Down Brakes! ,hv'í . JOTt as Kathleen flung Her bead in baffled vexation, and Mallory started * > Clt to Marjorie, *10 an-' defeat there came an abrupt as If that gigantic child to our raUroad trains are toy , reached down land laid ~i .the Tft ■■I I ■RPIpmBHi Its smooth, swift flight became sud- Best Typewriter Made '•, Longer Ghiarantee 7 Simple, Durable Frtedlander, 2 Dealers. 1 Ji '^¡0$ Stewart Building. § Hous ton. Texas -T , 11 J 1 ■' We Will Launder Your Shifts, Cottars and Cuffs; abe all yenr Linen and Counterpane cheaper than yon can do H at home 'aragon Laundry •a4'- .• "■ v .. ' IGOWLING HOTEL European Phut . Aiding. Newly Fur Baths Free lo Gueito. Electric Fan in Each I Room. No Extra Charge. Call and* J te-Call Bell . Iced LHhls Wate ISenrr Throughout the Hotel. m v WHAT'S THE REASON. Many Orange People in Poor Health Without Knowing the Cause. There are scores of people Who ■ out a miserable existence with- realizing ...

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

í Pip 5; > * |üf v* ^''Y^r/^ííVi •'• 4rr^,'- ¡lltflSI;•• §¡|HHjH :ism\„ m pspCTppr,?^^ BM fiWmlT r« NEWS '•WfWgm ' VÁtóy iM®sK2íy üf «§ •T" «$$& ■ ■ üt'-¿íVKsv v m -.*■ í¿|M t* u r> i ■ ■ * -Y&^ÍS*® i i M mm Your A DOLLAR'OR TWO ======================= A WEEK WILL DO X Gulf Furniture Company 510 F.RONT ST. NEW PHONE 215 daughter Lois left on the morning train for Sabinetown where they will spend sometime visiting rela- tives, , ' ■ • * • Miss; Virginia Roberts and neph- ew Master Cecil Coale arrived this morning from Alabama where they have been for the past few Weeks. .. . • S. D. Biirt is back in the city after an extenaed visit to New Orleans. • • •' Ing the Orange, lei Beaumont. today ■NHI home in Attorney Geo. E. Holland left for evating cause. - The regular meeting of the La- dies Civic League will be held Mon- day afternoon, August 5th, at four o'clock in the rooms of the Orange Commercial Club. If you ai;e inter- ested in the work they Ure doing come out; if yó...

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

MS mm iy mr- HÜ Sam T. Swinford died at 1:30 Sunday morning at his home \ arrangements h*re for the funeral, t>|t an-; ement will be made in due . Swinford has been ill for some and the ind was not unex- pected, permission to visit him hav- ing been refused hia friends for the j st three weeks. Mr. Swinford was very hopeful aqd took interest in public matters untit near -the last. ' > H "S K ' Biographical Sketeh, /Samuel Thomas Swinford waa born December 11, 1851, in Pleasant Hill, Mo. His father was a physician and ordained minister, while his mother came from a typical Ken- tucky family. His public, school ed- ucation was received in the schools of Independence, mR., where he liv- ed for a number of years in his boy- hood. At the age of eighteen he be: gan to teach school, and át the age enty he attended the normal ent of the University of Mis- souri. At this institution he made many friends among the students, among whom was Eugene Field, the poet. During all of his . life...

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

OFFICERS—W: H. Stark, President I, Miller. Vice-President E. W. prown, J O. Sims, Cashier E. E. McFarland, Ass't Cashier A- E, Bulrb, 2nd. Asi DIRECTORS—W. H. Stark L. Miller E. W. Brown F. H. Farwell- if. O. Sims ÍWm /' ' E. E. McFarland H. J. I* Stark ycmbMM illft or- in : '■ / : . | - ■ ' * ' ' . . 4 t' _ • -sr n •• ' • • 're you considering r vt' bank connections—or additional ones? RemVmber the FIRST NATIONAL BANK «{ Orange will .welcome your business—all ' part. - -v.. i Every modern barttóng facility assure you of perfect^ Security. The First National Bank, Orange, Texas Capital $100,000.00 jy W. H. STARK Owner S. H. WALTHALL Editor L. C. PARKER —City Editor Subscription Ratea. Per year ....—.... —— -• $6-00 Per month — -50 Per, week — .15 PHONES New Phone Old Phone • .539 . * Contributions will be gladly re- ceived, and given space when avail- able but we must ask that «11 contrib- uted articles be typewritten before they are stent in. ' This will* save us much time, and tim...

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

ppla ' I ? muekx VtéáPM m gig f;« f.« mm& .SAUSAGE AND •> •;■•• U^V'ViA Jabbed lato hla ' • ^TA/TKV Tou KBf Eft 111 i ifi si) NEW ROYAL ifr: ^PRICE • $75.00 * ■ Best;typewriter 'Mad* /, ¡. Longer Guarantee " Simple, Durable Barron a Friedlander, Hous ton, Texas r. - i a . 'mm We Will Launder Shirt , Collar and Cuff ; alio ur Linen and' Counterpane cheaper than you can do it at home -jon Laundry .Phones 12S--.;. ■ m GOWLING HOTEL European Plan umopt, Texas, ek Building. Newly Fur. Cold Bath Free Electric Pans in Each |Room. No Extra Charge. Call and |Re-C ll Bells Iced Lllhis Wate ve Throughout the Hotel, % ^ m w : W ¡§§j£ií£íté ÜBIBX&iNV:. C. Bybec, teaming contractor at 669 Keeling Court; Canton, 111., is now well rid of a severe and .annoying caae of kidney trouble. His back pained and he was bothered with headaches and dizzy spelter "1 took Foley Kidney Pills Just (as di- rected and in a few days I felt much better. My life and strength seem- ed to come back, and I sle...

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

AL NEWS mmmm «Mt «mí: : ■ gggp m1! • .. - THINK OF THE BEST WAY TO INVEST A DOLLAR A WEEK AND GO TO 3-ViV' i 510 F.jRONT ST. > ■ . NEW PHONE 215 Our Prices are Right Social Notes Wm. Cass of New Orleans is her¿ today in the interest of the Abbott Automobile company. «Miss Kate Sullivan, of Laic, Charles, is in the city, the -guest of Mrs. Andrew Lemaire. Hugh Curry of Bannister, La., ar- rived in the city this morning-to join his wife" who is the guest of her pa- rents Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Bisland. S. W. Samuels and wife of Dallas, were visitors to Orange this morn ing. „They left for Beaumont on the Oriole. • Mr. and Mrs. David and their lit- tle son left yesterday evening for Alexandria, La., where they ; will visit Mr. David's parents. r--'- Mr. and, Mrs. J. H. Young and. family, who have been spending some time in Oklahoma, returned to their home in this city yesterday. • ' Judge E. A. Cheatham, District Attorney for the second judicial dis- trict came in from Woodville yes- te...

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

the need for co-operatíon. probably the ■■IdelenJés, * were .first- built government w«ere formed for protection from the savage hordes around. The first co- -tive work of muncipalities was f cit* walls cry 'froíJyfojte and the needs of cities have ;ed with tfic «banging years the Advance of • original functions of the city ttbfy ,-tfae streets alone remain. To them have been added sidewalks fire departments,'parks,- the . over- sight of taiMin*. plumbing and oth- er thing* of * quasi public nature. Among the later is that of shade trees, and many cities have taken yftlem under their control and manage- lll€Dt • ' . The object of municipal control ?of anything is to control and fulfill that which • problem IT Hi WPMi" the delegates admitted that the# feared a clash as a result of the ac- tion of the credentials committee dealing íyith Southern contests. The resolutions committee has un- finished work on the platform- Though it was hoped'that it would! zation. Óf be;abort, it is real...

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

ÉSIÜ 1 << r~i¿m ■ -, '}j \ i , ■ .i «BBgaMW^K ' :,';^P"íí¥HI I OFFICERS—-W. H. Stark, President I,. Miller, Vice-President E. W. Brown, Vice-President. >-.<£¿Sims, Cashier- E. E. McFarland, Ass't Cashier A. % Bunn, 2nd. Ass't Cashier. ¡ DIRECTOR'S—W. H. Stark L. Millfer E. W. Brown F. H. Farwcll J.'O. Sims E. E. McFarland H. J. L. Stark ■ >■ ' 're you considering n w bank connections—-or additional ones? . , Remember the FIRST NATIONAL BANK of Orange will welcome your, business-1-*!! or in ' Part. . • ' " '.. . Every modern bartkling facility assure you-of perfect Security. ; ■ ■■ ■ i ■ ■ ■ u : * ' ¿¡s The First National Bank, Orange, Texas Capital $100,000.00 Surplus and Profits Over $127,000.00 New York, N, Y„ The most significant t theJNationat Qampaign in stages is the lact that hun thousand of Republicans, who never before Voted the Democratic ticket, have voluntarily written Governor Wilson and Governor Marshall that they intend this year to vote the Democratic'...

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

and going to this ML' Whftt I «0 Ottt, a etaga wheji that hap- U with his toothpick In full """at her, admiring aúd* tor th« first tint* ' an outsider. 8h® : -V. tact of Ryan in ¡É I I ■ ' ■■ f ÉÉÉH IMP which lay like a ap.ll, on the land- brooded over them. At the Gulch, a Buy A mms ROYAL Msllil^sa® Best Typewriter Made - Simple, Durable |p Up-to-Date || V Barron & Ftie^laodtr, ' -ili^Pwlei*.'gffiUl ' 7< Jtewag Building. |fp Hous ton, Texas ' -our Shirty Collars and Cuffs; als< • an your Linen and Counterpane* cheaper than you can do it at homt Paragon Laundry Beth Phone. 123- pa . HOTEL European Plan eauxnont, Texas, . Brick Building. Newly Fur :'WletbsFre* GueiU. Electric Fans in Each [Room. No Extra Charge. Call and te-Call Bella. Iced LiUüa W.U, * t Throughout the Hotel. m mm CIW DIRECTORY. u. B. F. Hewson, Mayor. A. J. Phillimore, Alderman lit W. Oscar S. Tam, Alderman 1st Wd. H. W. Prater, Alderman 2nd Wd. H. J. L. átark, Alderman, 2nd Wd. H. A. Burkart, Alderman 3r...

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

nMmff IpSi" 35 P'IW - m ' 3®.' ¡ i ; U-- ms,\ ':<<■ Há ml ~T? THINK V1 . " / . .<r- , ■ QF THE BEST WAY TO INVEST Á DOLLAR A WEEK ÁND GÓ TO p, mf, 510 FRONT ST. NEW PHONE 215 Our Prices are Right An automobile party from Dewey- villjp visited the city this 'afternoon. Those making the trijl were; Mr. and Mr . J^T. Strange, A. D. Strange, and Mr. and Mrs. H. Lane and 'children. They returned to Dew- eyjrille about 3 o'clock. mBfF. a . ■:}■ * ' . • • r ■; Charlie McFarlane, Jr., headed a> 'large ¡party of fishermen who depart* ed for the canal this afternoon. They will return tonight. * * * Hap Avery of Vjnton is in the city this afternoon. *■■■■'".," W. M. Gu'ngtream left this "after- noon for San Augustine on a ess' trip. He will be absent for sevér- al days. J. G. Gray came over from Vinton today on business. = Social Notes furnished by Prof,' T. .William Street. '• Dap.cng followed, a few other young people joining them and parti- cipating in this pleasure for a while....

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

Mt KÍW&ffiP1 WÍ ' VvV w . : ■■ ¿hájjanooga Ü i J£ "ice, >Pf Chicho,, «te.— is credited with the statement $22,000,000 has been wasted tin thé; roads of Illinois in the last fourteen year , during which period the st*Je expended *$60,000,000 in road im- f provements, so that 3? Í-2 per cent, was expended with no permanent fPpllll! f^t^Pljpl ¡ Speaking before thé ways and means committee of the Chicago Association of Cpmmerce, Mr. Trice id further: ' ■*" ' i . "A state or a community wilt ap- propriate thousands of dollars for building beautiful roads and then lose sight of the fact that ariapjSroT priation should be made to keep jthem from going to tKe badi 'Thou- sands • of miles of roads are ruin 4 within a few' months because it is hot oiled. Proof of this can foe seen around a great many cities. Near New York there are roads which were constructed at approximately 'the same time, some oiíéd and oth- ers not. Those which were syste matically treated with the dust-layer are ...

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

mm ::r 11111® mmlmm OFFICERS—W. H. Stark, President 1,. Miller, Vice-President E. W. Brown, Vice-Preai< J. 0. Sims, Cashier E. E. MeFarland, Ass't Cashier A. E. Bunn, 2nd. Ass't Ca DIRECTORS—W. H. Stark L. Miller E. W. Brown F. H. Farwell J. O. Sims E. E. MeFarland H. J. L. Stark hmi, <m BÉ V Í:-*. \: 'wl W&mMi From statements already r Dixon, manager for t, there Is little V-.V. I ' I si 're Xftu considering r w bank connections—or additional ones? - Re/nember the FIRST NATIONAL BANK of Orang/will welcome your business—all or part. 1 Every modern banking facility assure you of perfect Security. in Capital $100,000.00 (, Orange, Texas- Surplus and Profits Over $127,000.00 THE ORANGE W. H. STARK S. H. WALTHALL L. C. PARKER Owner -Editor City Editor Subscription Rates. Per year —— —.—.—~ —$6.00 Per month ¿50 Per week -—— -r .15 WW' 111$ PHONES New Phone Old Phone — .539 „• 4 I': ; Contributions will be gladly. re- ceived, and given apace when avail- .able but we must ask tha...

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