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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 7 August 1912

wsmmmmm fWPWn In|p 'wSi■ i ■ ' r'KWw4 wi^ hú&kx£^%?á¿&m± • ^-,'. . á m m "' m ,^*.w B:-«s jbhmmmmhsséIsí lÉlir KigM **. S% **:v':>:" ¿nW* «SKflgpft'< -'••'■• t U PORK USAGEÁNQ N • • * very lively Jut at «ripped tor reveliyJSookod coM girt, U cold- natomllftiri « IthUfc? : ,: "Gentlemen" dreaalng-room fire* **-<*■'* - th® man'a ey«a. fixed o& him with a of — ftftVHfll :iji|k m ' y W ROYAL Best Tvoewriter ^T. •. • ■fir*' Guarantee Simple, Dwntyle Up-to-Date Barron & Friedlander, «ra I Rous ton, Texas to B«g for .an Invitation." We Wm§aunder mm Shitu, Collar and Caff*; ala* J ell yeur Linen and Counterpane* cheaper than you can do k at horn. faragon Laundry mm ¡P$fíÉ¡ -r.. mmm G European Plan Building. Newly Fair Id - Bath. F«* . No Extra Chaise. Call and Bell*. Iced Lithi. Wat* the Hotel. ||s > mm >• V CIl"ÍPXKKCtORV. •Bi.F. Hewaon, tíiyors*: ., .-AaJ.Phillimore, Alderman 1st Wii. • Oacar S. Tam, Alderman 1st fUf'M. •H. W. Prufer, Alderman 2nd Wd. § it H...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 7 August 1912

SOCIAL NEWS THINK OF THE BEST WAY TO INVEST A DOLLAR A WEEK AND GO TO M, LEAGUE AND HOW THI 510 FRONT ST. age Market J. H. PEVfeTO. Prop. Luther Halsey Gulkk, Member the Olympic Committee, That the American Athletes, More Than Those of Any Other Nation, W*e the Contest — a ne spp NEW PHONE 215 Our Prices are Right iti Social Notes pw- : Registered at the Holland today are the following; W. B. Giiee, Houston; Louis Spinnell, . Memphis, Terfn,; E. A. Rouse, Texarkana; W. C. Stegar, iiouston; J. G. Hazel ton, ' New York; M. D. Phillips, Beau- mont; J. D. Bland, Ludington, La.; W. W. Prasher, Houston; Hénry M. Preshun, Lagran-ge; F. G. Price, Boquillas; D. VV. Milieux, Houston; Thomas A. Poe, Akron, Ó.; J. A. foster, Houston; • « * ' "t , A dispateh from the Hotel Chal- fonté at -^Atlantic City, N. J., an- nounces the arrival at that hotel of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Miller of Or- ange. Mr. and Mrs. Miller left Ok ange about a week ago for an extend- ed northern and eastern trip. • ¡. ■*' Th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 8 August 1912

mímmmm ¡L i%i¡2¿£ . T- \ 'V' mI^séhL. ¿K ••• , The Orange Gun Club again de- feated, the Fort, Arthur aggregation yesterday .afternoon at the Club grounds East of theCity,' r G. W. Bancroft. T. C. Ford, e3 eltz, Howard Clough and Fran* McDonald represented the home .^tlb, while. J. W,.^r, L. C. Bau- ~ er- Dick James, Jack Castle and G Migurski were sent up by the Arthur organization to compete the champions of Southeast The weather was somewhat ior~ ideal shooting conditions and tall weeds interfered to some extent in breaking g targets thrown to the left. These conditions were hasv been MM • ' • towards done closing the contract for dredging the thpi the is on í v , no more to the advantage of one than the other andF all things consid- ered very good averages were made. The Orange delegation succeeded breaking 404 out of 500 birds, íe Port Arthur succeeded in get- ting only 349. The score is here given: PORT ARTHUR •i VHv^ ' SA H 1í J. W. Taylor^—. L. C. Baumer _ Dick James ..........

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 8 August 1912

n-r-T-nr r- bssmam^J^ ' '' ' -"""'<■ ' -V^" "< % .r,, ■ . ■ 1- ; ... ■ . r " * - ms$0$€&é W v r ft "a;^W: <:■■ $%& 1 -' >- : SrS^, ^ W$*& ssmm 'Mm jgm; ffi OKFICERS-r-W. H. Stark, President L. Miller, Vice-President E.W.Brown; J, O. Sims, Cashier E. E. McFarland, Ass't Cashier A. E. Bunn, 2nd. Ass' DIRECTORS—W. H. Stark L- Miller E. W. Brown F. H. Farwell j. O. Sims rpi * ''i'",',. E. E. McFarland H, J. L. Stark - . sident. Cashier. ft®* M ^'69? l'T 1 Beginning with SATURDAY the Tenth (10th) Day of August. 1912, we will observe the univer- ¡¡ sal custom of Closing each Saturday afternoon'at One O'Clock (I o'clock P. M.) We earnestly trust that our Customers and friends will heartily co-operat? with'us, which will greatly'facilitate the proper handling of'our business. The hours of closing hereafter of the Banks of Orange will be .M foliowst- ÍTV ■ From 9 o'clock A. M. to 3 o'clock P. M., each day except Saturday of each "week, which will be from 9 o'clock A.'...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 8 August 1912

§mi ggp <p n, ÉSÍII1I ppfe BUY A ■Ril 111ÍÉ9 «0K4¿ pA¿.ú 8® Pi p-/:; PRICE $75.0® ;vg:^';. Best Typewriter Mide < linger Guwintté .. , Simple, Durable Up-to-Datc ,' Barron ft Friedlander. ? i '■■^ Dealers. - ■ Stewart Building. - Hous ton, Texas ! , t -...5#; -" "fe m ===== !99tiw& Launder ■í * Shirt*, Collar and Cuff*; *1*' your Linen and- Counterpane than you can do it at hom Phones 123-* sir'* I «Tf. (WL1NG HOTEL Building. Newly Fi| " ^ICtíjdJBaths Fre Fans to Each No Extra Charge. Call and I Bells. Iced LithU Wate lit the Hotel. CITS DIRECTORY. f&MS&S ••' *' lip . F. Hewaon, Mayor. *^n ■7: Phillimore, Aideitaan 1st Wo. scar S. Tam, Alderman 1st Wd. . W. Pruter, Alderman 2nd Wd.". '. J. I*. Stark, Alderman, 2nd Wd. . A. Burkart, Alderman 3rd Wd. g V. Folsom, Alderman, 3rd Wd. " ■"* Mitchell, Secretary. . Stark, Attorney. ^ ^ Ball, Recorder. Livingston, Treasurer. am, Assessor and Tax t r. ,f . Ü| 11§ J. Ortmeyer, Fire Marshal. '' Tornbttll, Building Inspector: S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 8 August 1912

íWm?:*;: fí m-'í \; rí ''. -'Y-." •' • -: ' •'. !. v4 > ,vr.. v V- ;„•>' * - •' < '* •> ¡Í¡S^ ;• mi 2$ ■ 'É*,- SOCIAL NEWS Think of Something to Beautify Yóur Home... • ...w-.., ■mm AND GP TO THE. A Dollar or Two a Week Will Do 510 F.RONT ST. '■• ~ ' ... r-Jt V NEW PHONE 215 • Our Prices are Right N0BODY SPARED. Social Notes last The lawn in front oj the Metho- dist church' yesterday afternoon was /the scene of much merriment, the ■ occasion being a picnic' given by the Junior 'Epworth League. About twenty-five bpys: and. girls, members"of the organization were present, and games of all kmdswire ^enjoyed and at 5 o'clock lunch iraS. served much to the delight of the lit- tle ones. Mrs. L. C. Parker and ¡Miss Alice Beck had the affair in charge and spared no. efforts to .-show the Juniors the • time of their lives. • * * Dr. W. W. Hardy, of Newton, ac- companied by his father, also of ..Newton, spent the day in Orange yesterday. These gentlemen we: on their way to New Orl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 9 August 1912

, FRIDAY. - 9, 191Z mmmmm _ 111 « .•fr- I Xf'V ifarj Plumk McCORQUODAIX BUI NO. ; from the corner o| Main , wild" appeared to be xious over. a dirk ob- ■S in the ditch directly ,ln of the Episcopal church. - 1 if consitutionaSy opposed fc* with unknowns on a dark and refuaed :#q answer .the directed to him until the a complete history of his ipAtton, -residence and as id why the .match needed. Sufficient courage was to* deliver the match, and striking if, both, young men horrified sight before mag. One wanted - to call, .lice and the other a doctor, to reach an amicable un- r as to j which course be pursued, tóts were cast in to determine which" was to the part of the good Samaritan. The honor fell to Gus and with I trembling hands end. Ufédc knees, he proceeded as follows:; "My good man, aré you hurt?*'Can't I do .something for you? Aire you sick?" ^Bo," says Gus to his friend, "he -don't answer, lefsbept it,'' A whis- iiliPercd conversation followed and it 'was decided to place a ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 9 August 1912

^ 0)F#ICERS—W. H. 'Stark, President L. Miller, Vice-President E. W> Brown, Vke-Presid< 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. Fairwell J. O. Sim E. E. McFarland -T mm. THE ORANGE w. h. stark ...... s. h. walthall l. c. Parker — — Owner .... Editor City Editor _ J T> * " Subscription Ratea. . Per year' —- ^600 Per month —.— -SO Per week ^ PHONES. New Phone Old Phone ..539 .. 4 Contributions will be gladly re- ceived. aíd given space when avail- able but we must ask that all contrib- uted articles be typewritten before they-are sent in. . . This will save us. much time, and time is money. Subscribers art requested to notify the circulation manager of any delay ór error in delivery of papers. 1< your copy fails to reach you, please call us up, either phone, and the necessary steps will be taken to in- sure prompt distribution. Your co- operation to this extent will be ap- prec...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 9 August 1912

rttrrrr m:&s mmam of soun P^MP9^i «.'■¿ - «• —<fc- —. the how of sup h. i-;~r" 1 •-. ' 8 «w a commotion ■í!¿4E 5Ü ROYÁL í sill Beit Typewriter Hade „ Longer Guarantee nK ||ra| sí' Stewart Building, íjjl Hons ton, Texas litfWi-,", nr i-fif - Launder Yod* Shirts, Collars and Cuffs; j ls< fall your binen and Comitérpanci >er than «on can do it at born* tragan Laundry B.th W 5 1 - ¿ ■V 1,1 -I.' '.;. .■■v"';';. if/jv ■> m Ht with lamps stove, heated to a h«<*nl«K^£; of «rid could be felt Inr the hot atmosphere and fresh snow w s melting on the floor. Standing by the was a man who had evidently entered. Ridges of white lay caught iñ thei folds of his garments; a silver* hoar was on bis beard. He held his hands out to the heat and as Rose redched the foot of the ataira she heard blm «ay: "Well. I tell you that any man that started to walk up here from Rocky ' r this afternoon must have been imb crasy. Why, John L. Sullivan couldnt do it in such a storm." . To which the w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 9 August 1912

ÜM* I lili . s I fmm L K "1^1iSmi * l:i; locial Notes ^ 1 ' ' r Th$ employes of the Southwest- *rn Telephone company enjoyed -a. launch trip to Sabine Lake last night, 'trip on the launch Do- Ban. The party included Mr. and Ir . W. C. Finklea, Mr. and Mrs Oscar "Beldin, Misses Gertrude Beard, Clara, Merriman, Lottie Car- .. penter and Messrs. Beam, Edgfrton, Carr and Harvey. * . Mrs. H. J. Lutcher and party have completed their tour of'Yellowstone Park and are now in Denver, Colo., where they are making preparations to visit the Lutcher ranch at Rand. W. H. Stark and son Lutcher Stark, E. T. Drake and Lutcher .Brown are at the ranch and will be • joined by the ladies within ~a fey days. Miss Helen Johnson of Aus- tin recently became a member of the party and will also make the trip from Denver to Rand. M ss Myrtle Hayes will return to Orange within a few days. • *■ *- ■ v John A. Hunt, who ^s interested in the lumber and box manufacturing business in New Orleans and .Mexi- co City, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 10 August 1912

m-i W&m urr r ' «cent special ws>.< Court* V * petition wis Jttifd for the establishment of a drain- .A——:i—i ,w<t desicnat- Ig the following nptes and '■•. :'!? ning- at the N. E. corner $ R. P. Wingate Homestead Snr- the Richard Rifflew League ie South boundary line os .he thence West with the line of said Wingate Survey to the Bast Upe <?f the William "** ' League, thence south to or dividing line of said . William Clark League, thedcjeJW&t withsaM dividing line td West line-of the Orange and Northwestern R. R. Right of way. tfience in a northwest- erly direction with said line of the Orange and Northwestern R. R. to' the intersection of the. Orange and Newton County line, thence, Efcst along the North line of Orange County and South line of Newton County to the West line, of the Or- ange and Newton' public Road, thence Southerly with the West line of-said road to> intersect South boun- dary line of the Richard Ballew Lea- *gue, thence West along South line...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 10 August 1912

I. !' ÜM Wmm <£■ wim@& V : •V. • '• lllllllillplijlll •. V' 4 %' S—W. H« Stark, President L. Miller," Vice-President .E. W. Brown, J. O. Sims, Cashier E. E. McFarland, Ass't Cashier A. E. Bunn, 2nd ent 'i Cashier E. W. Brown F. H. Famcl! J. O. Sima DIRECTORS—W. H. Stark L. Miller H. J. L. Stark « McFarland kíwí; Beautify Yo SUNSET 8PBCIAL8. Beginning with SATURDAY the Tenth (10th) Day .of-August, -191.2, we will observe the univer- sal custom of Closing each Saturday afternoon at One O'clock 0 'o'clock P.' M.) f We earnestly trust that oür Customers and /friends will heartily co-operaté with lis, which will '.greatly facilitate the proper handling bf our business. - Thé hours of closing hereafter of the .Banks of Orange will, be as follows: From 9 o'clock A. M. to 3 o'clock P. M., each day except Saturday of each week, which will be im 9 o'clock.Á."M. to 1 o'clock P. M. ' • -• . from Capital $100,000.00 THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, Orange, Texas THE ORANGE, NATIONAL BANK Surplus ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 10 August 1912

éémmí Wmm ¡¡#1 ton, «fe í(w.. '".. >U Launder do it M | pretty near i ara to ana help them. have It, bttt théy had to her turn her« taking care "It's very kind of her," Mid the ln "I noticed tmmmm F«< !oM Bath Fwe ' Pana in Each i Charge. Call and Lithia Wate hrou|hout the Hotel.. aa an old «ho®," aaid ruat aa nice to Parley's who's * watt that the Perieya up to the streets of Stockton, aa It he naa ' the Prince of Walea. I ron heredity's a queer thing. How old Bltt Cannon ánne to hare a CM like that? Of course there's the mother to tak«,toto account, but—" A knook on the door interrupted To hla cry of "Come to," Rose hite ahawi over her shoul- «era, =5=3= DIRECTORY. B. F, Hewson, Mayor. - A. J, Phillimore, Alderman 1st Wo. 5 car Si Tam, Alderman 1st Wd. Pruter, Alderman 2nd Wd. L. Stark, Alderman Buifcart, Alderman 3rd Wd. Folaom, Alderman, 3rd Wd. Mitchell, Secretary. . Stark, Attorney* j vingston, Branum, Assessor A. Stephens, Marshy * , / er. Fire Marshal. V Building Inspe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 10 August 1912

¡r; ég?;r. V,:;.- • ' iffis «s$m Wm BBgSvj,/- H* fe.:í:sís0 iPfe 3 PfeSfá' fe. life Ip:; ^ñyT#', invitation is extended to to attend the meeting of Senior Epworth Leaque tomor- row afternoon-at four* o^clock, when an especially good program will be rendered, with Mrs. Charlie Adams as leader. The prográm is"as follows: Song. Prayer of self denial. Soi.g. V Scripture reading. References. _ - \ Discussion qf lesser topics. Soló—Miss • Ophelia Dodd. ■ „ . Abounding and Suffering Want- Mrs, Latchem. Announcements. - • > Song. ~~ ; ' Benediction. "■ • .. *■ ■ . "j.1 ■ « • # Mrs. Max Miller of Lake Charles, La,, is in the city the gúest of he parents, Mr. and Mrsr A. J. Jorgen- son. * • • Dr. J. F.. Derrick pf Cfenter, is in Orange today. 1 • • •* . , Mrs. O. M. Hays has returned from a visit to Village Mills, accomp^ anied by her daughter, Mrs. C. E. Armstrong and children. They will visit here- several weeks. * *. * ■ Dr. Sam R. Sholars and wife of Bay City, arrived in the city today...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 12 August 1912

ptpfsl *er« Record there is a marked revival in activity throughout / ¿jpr be questioned. It i hand. The production _ ^ IP August begins the work for on V record-making basis, i the probability that this year,;? I will be between 29,000,000 and ^ tons, 6r the largest irt bñf ¿íyear -In our, history. Prices i advancing and iron, con- beginning to make money? d for stecl)products is so the steel plants of the are crowded to their capac- bonusfs are being paid to • prompt delivery. cotton goods market ira- ment is in evidence, and this in- fo in better shápe than for years, both as to the volume e demand for cotton goods and margin of profit to the mills. In for twb or three years the bal- sheet of most mills was on the ng side, bat now many mills are ig fair éarniíjgs and are in very better shape financially and a's demand for their output. 'After aome years of depression and •unprofitable business the lumber in- dustry is picking up, and, like cotton and iron, it, too, begitos to sho...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 12 August 1912

pH WW Wm = ?PICERS—W. H. Stork, President L. Miller, Vice-President E. W. Brown, Vice-President. J. O. Sims, Cashier E. E. McFarlawd, Ass't Cashier A. E. Bunn, 2nd. Ass't Cashier. DIRECTORS—W. H. Stork L- Milter E: W. Brown P. H. FarweH J. O. Sims % E. E. McFarland H.-J,<L. Stork W®M j¡tó Éfsmst nmsffia mm USEFULNESS AND CONSERVATIVE GROWTH " * m, ']si ' ■ ' «*• - " Ém' * , inpi t ? - + • •, $ ' • r{ ' • .ij • •-«'WtiMIBS The history of. the first-National.Bank of Orange is srreeoid of usefulness and conséfvattve . growth, coupled ¿witf abundant prosperity and jucciss. Our depositors and .clients are afforded ev- ¡ cry advantage, consistent with safe bínklng^gljjví . .■■•■V-Vv <■■•' Your account subject to check is invited. - FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF ORANGE Capita). $100,000.00. Surplus and Prófits ovor^27,000.Q0, •V - z Capital $100,000.00 THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, Orange, Texas Surplus and Pro fits Over $127,000.00 With The Lumbermen (Contributed.) ííf Pi:v. The lumber market c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 12 August 1912

' '■ '• ■ ,ít >'V -,v í y* íc-:"'- •fSSWRERr*#- ' <vw ¥ I i? LMIPS áO|. « •ii T&P*- ^ • .*• ,. •• ■"' ■••:,.• -í . ' • •' ' ü ¡Él 3$ "i SfJ •m-v -,t> -. gaf- ■ -MSp B;; ¿ÉF --i, '"CSí' Cottars and Culi ; alx nen and Counterpane yon can dó it at home Laundry -• . \ Brick Building. Newly Fur Hoi and Cold Balh. Fré _. áElactric./Ftai in Bach No Extra Charge. Call and I Belli. Iced Llthia Watt «MM ■SPil1 I KfP? .. B. F. Hewson, Mayor. v\ A. J. Pbillimore, Alderman 1st Wo. fgOscarS. Tam, Alderman 1st Wfl. H. W. Prater, Alderman 2nd Wd. - J. I* Stark, Alderman, 2nd Wd. L A. Burlcart, Alderman 3rd Wd. E. V. Folsom, Alderman, Jrd^Wd. * h A. Mitchell, Secretary..-;^;.'./.' ■" ' ;•*' .^Maa |i Recordeh • *M '■ ton, Treasurer. . Braniim; ASséssor and Ta* ar. : '■ A. Stephens, Marshal. , , ; i-H, J. Ortmeyer, Fir® MKrthal. ;4j J. R. Tnrnbuty Building Inspector. Willis Gajlier, Street Commissioner Dr. W. P. Coyie. Health Officer. $¡i now before he got run completely would down, so he...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 12 August 1912

Sit im Wk. IWS in v' •i A ladyfnprri Newton, who wishes name withheld froiji the public. Was in. the Leader office this mórn- M, "'I 111 j-v-r in. ing and was asked, how the change .AflkÍt'.1Via*** ft 1* A m írc.- 'schedule suited her; she stated it was to her entire satisfaction, that shé could do very much better in Orange than in her home town, and further stated that the merchants of Orange would soon kno\i¡- her much better. , ■: • ... W. ,C. Griggs lefr~E^>-mofning for . Houston and—BattSS to buy Christ- inas stock, and will later go to San Marcos where Mrs. Griggs is visit- ing relatives. In his absence Miss Elizabeth Bisland will have charge of his beok store, Mrs. W. B. Giles of Houston wife of the manager of the shipping de- partment of the Southern Paper Company, joined her husband . Satur- day.: At present Mr. and Mrs. Giles are at the Holland, but in the near ■ 'future they expect to .lje established in their own home.y. * * * G. H. Mallam of New Orleans was an over-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 13 August 1912

'45?-* ■ "" ' ® WMW^ "-^•' "w&ÍIF 'f*' ^ itrr'Jfév' Í1 'V "",v- ,■.- ,>' [IfilÉ'áiaÉiwMi fflNSP$ ; on the IJMHRHMffimfów of a hurry, the reporter ap- ^^ ^ «Wc underttwrf you are pre? yourdeparture from BOWW^J M ¡P Ü,., * s; ¡* TEXAS, TUESDAY. AUGUST 13, 1912. ' Wmm asi® ¥i¿íC4" <. •":- *iV v; -= ..h"_' o -x v'"< > mm $£'"' •'■' w * bi#.« i^ ' win * til*. | nant. , -r, ..: v I-mm mMm waa ¿afssri S xF£vSSP ^•-Vr;*"' is-.' ' • •is HI IP isss®#' ¡ - I IBM o'clock."'' ' take your family with , I «hall take my family mv little son havmgjthfficicnt- from bit reecnt illness trip." ; ave made tipany pleasant . «inc$ yqn Js ve been ge, have you not?" ft lived in a place where -we :' at home, ifor my- d\_',.we have ,Ü«4*: we we shall always for them and all that we Hive of -this Whopping.y other -words,' are jlniwp will be upset in jult & pf ^b t everybody At the stárt-off, many could no- see the Giants comparing with Chi- cago, Philadelphia and Pittsburg in general efficie...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 13 August 1912

múmmi mm [. O. Sims, Cashier FORS—W, H. Stark President " I,. Milter, Vice-President E. W. E. E. McFáríand, Ass't Cashier A. & Bunt, L. Miller E- W. Brown F, H. Farwell J. O. E. E. MpFarland H. J. JU Stark -President. Cashier. USEFULNESS AND mtuMBt..1 -* ':':'". *. *r - ■■. n ""' The histbry of the first National Bank of Orange, is' a record of uséj^ne}* and conservative I growth, conpled with abundant prosperity and success. <^tT7d^oslton "wid clients ar*. afforded ev--' ' Cry^advantage, consistent with safe banking. - - - ; — I P ■.Your account subject-to check is invited. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF ORANGE. ' Capital $100,000.0#. Surplus and Profits ovqr $127,000.00. ¡H Capital $100,000.00 THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, Orange, Tc*aa Surplus and Profits Ovp $127,000 00 W. H« ;. H. WALTHALt L. C. PARKER HHIIiiiai Owner Editor City Editor Per year Per month Per week - Subscription Rate*. ■■ , .$6.00 .50 PHONES New Phone Old Phone ..539 4 mm i 'ii'.'i1 .■ i. ii i aer: made and it is hop...

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