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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 13 August 1912

íSilÉMSWli • >v 5 R r,-! t Slf F '«Migfife ''"'i^-^se^rsf' a glrl ina low m* roiojM*®®*: Ti : hsad la «a ni and mora combed bow: * - .(bora was a pause. í$Wte ,ph- , to MwTt MR «* *ty, have con to * of the listeners f Launder and Cuffs; also and Counterpane! can do it at home Laundry *~m.jS2X2L2 « the conversation. Whan any- Waaseid they. wont up, anything puzsUng or painful they wet drawn down. He on his to. and, sitting bolt upright, buttoned tftfht Into hla worn frock-coat, turned a glanoe of somewhat deprecating amiability upon the Invalid. "You had a pretty «loga call, •> pretty-close-call," he asid. "If the op erator at Rocky Bar hadn't had the sense to wire up here, that IG HOTEL !IF" turnout, Texas, Brick Building. Newly Fur] ' Hoi and Cold Baths Fre ■ Electric Fan* in Bach Call and' IpUs. Iced LitMs Wale " - tit die Hotel. ' ' * mm, 8. F. Hewson, Mayor. " t A. J. Philliraore, Alderman 1st Wo, Oscar S. Tam, Alderman 1st Wd. V. Pruter, Alderman 2nd Wd. L. Stark, Alderma...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 13 August 1912

I i ¿flfKPl ml irferrin, formerly.a resident . of Port O'Connor, is in the city with his family, looking- into the proposi- tion of establishing 9 ine'w tailoring house here. Mr. Merrill ^ is at the same time endeavoring to secure _ a suitable h¡6use in >vhich to move his family should his plans materialize. • •. • Dr. E . W. Brown left this morn- ing for New Orleans vyhere he will be joined by bis sbn Edgar, tonior- "row. They will go direct to Chicago where they will spend several days before proceeding to various points in Canada. While talking to his friends this afternoon with reference to the trip, Edgar made HI ■*SH$ Two years ago ur little neighbor- hood was the dullest, most ■ behind- settlement'% for * miles A. K. Watson is visiting friends In Hemphill this week. Kent is looking the situation over there prior to ac- cepting a remunerative position. . • Mrs. J. A. House returned to her ^he-times" hotaie in Mauriceville this afternoon, a-ound. • I Our church was good but ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 14 August 1912

-.-VW-TS'-Afj^PP & ■« i.É|§|§f||] SpM ' :Ím S&8H BSSSBW^SSfflKf^^ •i- ral. « I 4S8BBMB . 1 ¿f 'mm '-IM Si *aw*. P¡S r'v !!§§« SL¿2¿rf' s , A -' et yesterday afternoon-at te ¡ Secretary ,|p ' *" ^ ^ >er tntere4 into the work has fculnrv-J DILI iil ;€ TEXAS, WEDNESDAY/ AUGUST 14, 1?12. ■«. .;: •.! ; ■•.■•. :■. CONCERTS Ü anteed by the an itarj Plumber McCOKQUODALE. BRO*. mm m Thc City Council met-test night in |BiWi deepwa*{;. Mayor Hev o kg* * forw of.-r.JP,7 WWWMWWMWBWWi anal and-two new at work today, under Willis G#Ji:er, regular session with the following to Orange,*the citizens «re improving the side walks and'streels present: Mayor , Hevionv . Messrs' { her to be only exceeded in .i « vicinity of the Henderson Folsom. Tam, Philliniore. Burkari [ouston," salt! George W. Ban- school. The ditches are being clean- And Pruter Absent, H. J. i® ml At a meeting of. the Young Men's I IS m ■if: <*M¿assML,,1|ninTmm T|ffPran«e■ Count* j|jommia.lon .■ ■ , „ h^rTJÜ'6■'u*!♦!, '....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 14 August 1912

= = /. H. Stark. President L. Miller. Vice-President E. W. Brown. Vice-President, J. O. Sims, Cashier E. E. McParland, Ass't Cashier A. E. Bunn, 2nd. Ass't Cashier. DIRECTORS-W. H. Stark L. Miller E. W. Brown F. H. Farwcll J. O. Sims E. E. McFarland. H. J. L. Stark f. — —MP— 1 H III ■ i i I i i H ■ II I ■! ■ ■ ■■■■ ■■■■. USEFULNESS AND CONSERVATIVE GROWTH The history of the first National Bank of Orange is V record of usefulness and conservative growth, coupled with abundant prosperity and success. Oiir depositors and clients- are afforded ev- ery advantage, consistent with safe banking. \ ' > ' " ■ Your account subject to check is invited, FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF ORANGE. 'Ca£jtal $100.000.08.' * "B Hi j | m f «■ ¡ Capital $100,000.00 Surplus and Profits over $127,000.00, THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, Orange, Texas Surplus and Profits Over $127,000.00 pPI? THE GRANGE LEAD ED -t— W. H. STARK S. H. WALTHALL L. C. PARKER .rOwner Editor Subscription Rates.. Per year y.— Per month _ Per ire...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 14 August 1912

u-> 1 "° 1 *• ■ X IpSl ^¡ 1 -4 * ¡feáiliiir ''T'" .- ' . i'1'"- _ 'í , : Mi 4*L ' '<« *' •- 1 .1V V Fritdlander '^. fifSpIRá ir Hi *t.*Jif *i ■ ,tx*'Y the M £ ed nothing to tkea y|pWf wtir, IR MM tí Saet,- the them w t «Mil a*4 aped «W to , Jmi^v fclpl |fc thimo TTho witohidl It* Idyl of Isolation vu d«y sui •Mv & HOTEL mmmc Bstlu Fre ilMÉ i LUkU could go out The i beaten tBtol :.' . - ■ ■. toaon . f ^ 4 ¿*, í <?' r w * *' - 1 11;:; til V-;'' M— . ÍSEíp- 5 ■ isSi^HSSS 3&M& 3&LS ■• iF* , ? r~~ • v iliiHl : w -..:■ *'■ ■" y v,',v>'«|Mtó]| §:MMi s« m m «Se. „ ■*S&I i-, mMkéx The Great Breakfást Set Offer ot the T There will be no more orders taken for these fine 31 piece Breakfast Sets, en Üi m which were given away ' .... .;V: . v- - i ■ m¡, T'' 'h, £' M b •' •* ■ r I • -* --•- .■■ ■ **•■1 l them with tit prodigality of gratitud* on the laio.th* jojrooa praesno* atths pllpll : of Without srowlav . - -!• . ■~T: W 1^«MU* B*VW10B —-hi I.. - Wllloughby kadi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 14 August 1912

WMiWi* mem' m'th'i WOMAN'S REALM arning between Mhe hours hirty and eliven-th+M#" a rty of young ladies gather- ** Ys Bowling Alfey to be of. Miss Olive , Turpin. ites were bowled, during much merriment prevailed V strivirig*to win a title .to the meda^ which is gfiven forw the Nest score. After the score had ¿ tt counted up, it was f.> ^" -•¡MiSs Lucile Pearce had won two of games with scores of 100 and 1?2. The affair wfcs given in honor iof Miss Louise Graham, who is visiting. her sister, "Mts! E. L. Bruce, and - Miss Adelaide Gadpaille who is M*iss . Turpin-s guest. Others present in-i^ Committee> eluded Mrs. C. L. Adams, Mrs, H, L. Lake •Charles today where she will visit friends and relatives. - , • • • -J.t rPt, C. Ainsworth, ¿3 former mem- ber of the Meridian, Miss., hall team, Do not take time to grate choco- was in Orange"this forenoon.' !*}*> Put the desired amount in a . m • saucepan and place over the top of li, „ . ,'T § - , a teakettle until melted.' Miss Flo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 15 August 1912

—usas. S , ::\.v v * VJf^ r '.:¿^ • ' • *' sn m 0SS3 TEXAS. mg. r, ÁVGUST IS. 1912. SI® ' BM PSfiÍJ1 9« r%c¡iiTi ñ the "'wm -months I o otherwise to the people of Oí , I During the forenoon ,day, it was" deckled to seht engineers, Mesiís. Kelly and ,ittan, to inspect all the bridges of consequence throughput the with instructions to maVe rep' ion their condition. Thi ng it, wish to acknowledge T. ^ ~ ■ , • * • sible and all bridges will come - to. material assistance render- . . . . t these coorf cities who. f°1 the,r.8Íl?re- 11 ITTEBO MWÉITIU WFfr. Postmaster James B. Seargent re;' ■*¡7 KICK BUILDER, MM PBEFAMTIMIS FOB QfL _ WELL IT HIM, MISSED FOOTING ADD Fill [ISBN ÍEET TO® EHÉÍ0fllll(E0 BÍ FAMILY mm I8§¡¡8¡ mm; M ' ; \ ■ At-.V *7a£ : . ■ '7^ ►cae good dt.sens w,.^ Qjle ^ mogt ¡mportam . .o« .nswnuy ,n,s mor„mg at that * interested in the work, inounccment8 as the result of the>*<* * «• ! of a fall 'from the Vhas enaWed the^I^e^ue lCouTt'a «leliberattlons, is that with ¿fop...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 15 August 1912

iiSÉS m M ... Km u < . i fc- . .. .. . . -jfkj, -Yr^'i "• < — 'i'r rfeiji- j tISilyJ|1 - 'i'k'i-rJi ~:i i'-íj' -r V3iQi r d . i ~ti ~ i r r- • \'l ^d'r'i.r.!! i ~ i " i ~ i "" •: QFF1CERS-W, H. Stark, Preiideht L. Miller, Vice-.Pre«dajt E. W. J. O. Sims, Cashier E. E. McFarland, Ass't Cashier Á- E. Bunn, Brown, Vfcb-Président. nti. 2nd. Ass't Cashier. Hi DIRECTORS—W. H. Stark L. Miller E. W. Brown F. H. Farwell , J. 0. Sims E. E. i McFariánd H. J. L. Stark g$s« USEFULNESS AND CONSERVATIVE GROWTH The. history of the first Na'tional Bank of Orange is a record of usefulness and conservative growth, coupled with abundant prosperity and success. Otir. depositors and clienls are afforded ev- ery advantage, consistent with safe banking. t , Your account Subject to check is invited. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF O.RANQE. Capital $10G,000.00% Surplus and Profits over $127,000.00. Capital $100,000.00 THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK. Orange, Texas Surplus and Profits Over $127Jj00.00 THt • together and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 15 August 1912

mu N§£1I¡1MÍ ' H|¡ ¥^mmáá mm( r r ' - • ■ v ■ ' * | |b wiffi i ü "■ ^íííí'fei?^ f .¿P® vmssm WÍWWsTTflK? -.m mmwmmmmm ■ tifa'*; '-. —i--- _ RY. n 1st Wd Alderman Ist, Wd, r, Alderman 2nd Wd. Stark, Alderman, 2nd Wd. Alderman ¿ird Wd Alderman, 3rd Wd Attorney, Recorder. /ingston, Treasurer. Assessor' and Stephens, Marshal. J. Ortmeyer, Fire Marshal J. R. Turnbull, Building Inspector Willis Gallier, Streetfommissioner Dr. W. P.'Coyle. Health Officer. WE .BÜY EMPTY S¿,CK .¿OR O. R- Sholars, County Judge. Joe T. Goodman, County, and Dis Sheriff Iftid Tax Jr., Tax Asset- Treasurér." — Surveyor Commissioner Pre .. ■ ■ .Air/.-. .. imy * /VVl} wWm- mm ilK® bis for- Mm mm publ orle , va wont f, but to a series with lean Orown Point atú at •aid to wise- thora that it was not QUI Can- ruined. -to the dead disastrous confldenoe. loyal to the ea- priclous town from which meabad. withdrawn their affection and belief as from a beguiling woman, oacej lored aád trusted, now finally proved false. ■ I...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 15 August 1912

wmm SOCIAL'NEWS Social Notes mmm! wm MM At the hoffte of the ■bride's parents, Mr. a ad Mrs. D. W. Howell, last evening at eight o'clock occurred the marriage of Mr. ^ilton Burkart and Miss Alice Howell, Judge O. R. Sholars performing, the ceremény which-united the lives pi these pop- ular young .people. last nfeht from a business Beaumont. 2T -,v « f J * Miss Clara Graham. of ^Mih' rived last night and" will sister Mrs, É, L. Bruce. . ♦ * • •A. J. Bruce has returned frqjn short business trip to Beaumont. .A;. '/ ' é ' Mrs. Frank Patin lef/ for a visit to relatives in New Iberia today. - Messrs. Geo. A. Foreman, Jr., E. L. Bruce, J. T. Adams, J. É. Smith, A. . Fútch and R. M. Johnson.re- trip An apron made like the clothes- pin apron, .with at least two large pockets, is jtist the thing to slip over yp,U.r other apron when doing- bed- (ro'om work.J It will save many steps, "for things to }>e taken downstairs, or iinto the other rooms, may be Iried in the huge pockets of tfie ap- ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 16 August 1912

íliffl im, 'W '%MS1 SMf-w™?'' VMM'M fifi j/*-.v wwm* Shortly after eight " *. - ' .V- mmm | Mi brought to the Washington, August. 15.—The bu- in- ■«noting labor in the vicinity Of I :A dfcy o¡£ d the mi! at Blewett, and the evidence active Real n against him i very strong. ríen in the • , / •««« j- j. san, uruugnt to uie > fiMuomuw, .vugusi. ij.— ine bu- night the Boosters bind under the Leader Office this morning, a stalk «&u of fisheries b. about to tfegin a direction, cf Prof. Cohn, gathered at of cottoi¡ grown on the . Bennie complete biological survey of- the omer of Fifth and Front streets .Henry place, 10 miles below this ^waters, of the Glilf of' Mexico along to participate in the tirst ' ^ee band tfty,that has created a -lot of in- the ,American coast. Fish Comn A <«* o«ic;o! the most and Insurance concert of "the seasot^htough the íerest "To K#it have inspect; courtésy of the butcher & Moon It f ' í s ■ ■ . . v„ .--i.'* *1 iWiitAss .. * 'i >: «r. \ i>Sk...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 16 August 1912

rl^V r"sV(4ívv Spí irsmmum mrnrn WL mm MH %¡rÍ?r:t{T¿j i>^f^rí&t#5" ifá _j,i -„. ii . ir_. i _,tti¿_|t:.,[iri i iBiltiliÉfiaf' r í¿i¿tl!rillrlifcii \, 11 r I "W 0 i "| | ' Hi )J^ÍCERS-W. H. Starts P^dent L. Miller, Vice-President • J. O: Sims, Cashier E. E. McFarland, Ass't Cashier A. E. Bunn, DIRECTORS-W. H. Stark L. Miller E. W. Brown F. H. Farwell J. Jr 1- • E. E. McFarland tt. J. .L. Stark Viee-Preai ! > ' • ' . r u. ' ' ' ' ' - * I) ' ' " ' ' " ' " "" 11 USEFULNESS AND CONSERVATIVE GROWTH v-' • r . ^V«,i , • • , '■ • *' " , . t. The history of the fi?st Nation*! Ba^k of Orange .is a record of usefulitw and cohset^vative - Our depositors and clients are afforded ev- EÜ wm growth, coupled with abundant prosperity &nd success* try advantage, ^consistent with safe banking.. • « • , "■ ' " * YoUr' account subject-to check is invited*, FIRST NATIONAL BANK'OF ORANGE. /Capital $100,000.00. Surpltjs and Profit over $127,000.00,* Í t. - fp m JBPis* 1 Capital $100,000.00 THE...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 16 August 1912

ÍS®P¡ mm V-'i'v MWM'*' >re . H BU? SBiRí-stt. ;•-* ■ IkSBHSSPBH ptepw :..,,,.;,fc| . ■ .V ■ I JL >'.1*'¡.^tt;!S;".'"" ■ ~ ■ ■ .:';'. mm This big Sale on end of the season merchandii íi¿*¿*IÜ& fSM ¡f'Vtí m? í i s CTEsfe r7"^T!7 '"V**" MM ""^T. "" **,/ É^jfitl ■•'■■'•■':.'AÍ-^ÍÍ^:■'•'■].''r '^;>:'Yy^'' ; '• ■ 'ty't' 'i§ÍP%laSr^P ."<• Reduction Sale is the closing sense of a most prosperous Spring and Summer .business, for which We thank y< >r your liberal patronage. ■ A^SH |¿|¡||^ '.•■: No. 1—50 pair ladies'- assorted style ■ •SSSBS B&aEBem&wl - pij|H|p| in a good run of sizes—values up to pair. Sale Price 98* '4Éɧ£'!¡$ ¡i ¡p&' ■ ío. 2—Í00 pairs ladies stylish and sea- straps and Puraps in velvet, patent vici- Values/up to,$3.50. — All sjzes^- $1 98 No. 3—75 pair $2.50 Oxfords, straps and velvet, vici and patent. All sizes. Your - ' i ' , ' 1 i.i BALCONY gggrajy . y mm Bargains in Ready-to-Wear for Women. THIS ", '■' 'C.X:. . 1 •' Mrx r: • >'&...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 16 August 1912

m*- , u i IJBB . n,i^*--*oamEmaMá flewBiiMwmww$v8 «-.•' • -."'.i IP vJ^&SSlf' •;♦- • ■*■%, y. fffil ■ m m ,; . lK %í'tI^íCTtt¡03 W IfeiS AVING just given up my taHoring-business in, Houston to wish to announce that I have assumed the management of the Wk >?..■ " CITY TAIL mk mm* ■ . n¡ ;V ,A '^v %7\.; 'Mi and am prepared to carry on the work in the same first class manner. I am A. E. ANDERSON & COMPANY and othe _ Wk"£ I 11,1 IIIIÍM I.I I. .IN Stfl . If? iursery, |@f. oldijbri Province of ' increased iit be ¡ran, • jaSLIJ v - r ',y" " j ► -V';;-v 8? :• '"* :V, >;■' . ■v.'X fíWáWasffl inclusive. There be ruo during the them attractive to ia YOUR PATRONAGE IS SOLICITED. HIGHEST CLASS OF WORK GUARANTEED. FREE DELIVERY IIP Mg I ■ wffl on this- conti i It Social Notes — 'ect business in the interests _of Iron Works. . • • • t Frank Brewer, of Taylorsville, 111., " treasurer for the E-Z Opener Bag Company, which has recently .^opened' a fpctory here, is'a ^elt-al L. E. Gówan ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 17 August 1912

. . ; . ■ V.',V , v ■; v^.v- ■ ' - r:V:v ' V M ' m t ■ m ■ ■ i A ■ ■ ^ ■ ■ ■ $'• fe Si ■ H . mBk ■ «k- I v- VV^J| ka. | v £ | feíP I '111® r... ;: i:í' i -1 ■£ ' _ , - ■ '-• - .'■ _. ■■''-■'■■ ' ■"■' • ^ ; " *' ■'■ mam ,m*a I íg «„ WmmKBBsmKM ■■■'■■" ■■ • . • '■ '.9RANCE.. TEXAS. SATURDAY, AUGUST 17. l.U 11111 pí ílÉi 1ÜIÍÍÍ i¡111 m V>-'& Sí necessary lumber .for the of seats fo; be used on thf ' er E 'Front and Fifth streets, about 3 s weekly evening concert session. 5 Band, has be Ú' Just"1 IP"! All of be provided I On Mpnday morning ttie new en- gineers recently employed will start the preliminary work of improving adjournment with ..the <íó., of Har- Wm shipped here e wilt be put fjg he the á large amount Jlr. William rai i<on<p$ state, to dear old of roads will be on in earnest. !y Y ..new play,. l^fl^ $ " '* re for the play. * It is ' Vinton ÓU Field Now am A. Brady's iuijt-. ™ uuuic «>". -a,,¡sj,. Theatre and ia the first Within the next ten days there ' it...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 17 August 1912

H. Stark. President L- .Miller, Vice-President |g % J. O. Sims.Cashier E. E. McFarland, Ass't Cashier - A.. DIRECTORS—W. H. Stark L- Miller JJr W. Brown 9. H. Far well J. O. * E. E. McFarland H. J. t,. Stark :¡' I J kNM msmmm Capital $100,000.00 Owner Editor STARK S. H. WALTHALL L. €. PARKER City Editor Subscription Rates. Pe¿ year 'Per month JPer week PHONE New Phone Old Phone ivui. .iii-rr,7r Viie-Fresident. ii n ■ 11 * *„.■> t'jni, VfeSiife--- 5—— t4 —'—"— USEFULNESS AND CONSERVATIVE GROWTH The history of the first National Bank of Orange is a repord of usefulness and conservative ^ growth, coupled with abundant prosperity and success, QÜr depositors and clients are afforded ev- ery advantage, consiste^ with safe banking. . V ^ Your account subject to cbeck is invited. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF O.RANOE. mMm $100,000.00. ^mm -■ía'-- '■ ¿fx-. f & !■>■>■ Vi, Sr A V " ' " JÍ ! ««IP I Surplus and Profits over $127,000.00. raya THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, Orange, Texas Surplus a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 17 August 1912

WfflH gppÉI | '¿M Hispí fepiilllf '?-H0^m mm: wsgm yrzfjv} ~ mg wb&E® , ^•'Wl Pilli I PPPB" B ..¿mi bü ■ Philip Kf.Si-iH :;;-' ü ^S'|||ífe'.- :V '■ sisii ¡ iftáKgjgi ;'S«;t^-;i'j -W«u. iMfimr mncement í Two *3 points, Sf; ve experienced ave employed pan of long ex- atPSl™'®^ and tfe can -Ai. -tí*- ■¡t¿\~ f-'n^ '* i* ',¡^".' fectionery ' ,•*• —Cold Drinks. aai22l tí;^ f" an Intervl ^t:j: ístg| mi' k%ll§t?§S? F fflñ Wmmi i®ÉÍteí n..,w lililí^ JI¡|PÍ ■kB^Ss >NEY i:||pra mom«nt bad ■ and of bis ln ¿n un- beyond Utüe to him. tiling htm ¿¡7 ;J!. 'iv^" ' >v«!. ™ ' •■ % wl not to preach to Delia Ry« ,*nd a large experience of .. «lv«n blm apractically liao- ltleas tolerance of any and all lapses " Wd You Ule Dominick Ryanf YouHavsnt taM Anything About only concerned blm asthey bore own affairs. In^this particular did bear on bis affairs, close- on the affair of " nearest to htm daughter. He three weeks of im- had come to feel for $fran & sentiment she never before felt for any...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 17 August 1912

üi wmj •, T == i 'v: , Miss/Angela Renero of New Iberia 4UV«*. ifi. the city; the guest of Mrs, ndnew Lemaire. . t. Chas. McFarlane, Jr., returned to- day from a* visit of several days to Rollover. . " k' * • • v; Capt, B. F> Pomeroy of ' Sabine, was in the city yesterday afternoon for. tfie purpose of paying off the laborers who were employed in ov- erhauling the dredge Sabine. •••:.■•«. v,kajfiSj•¿gfej't. l>5? v.y -j • ,?v 1 J® III III.. II I \ • • ... I to t^e theater nightly. Summer shows have been fewer than usual this year, but The Winsome Widow would probably ¡.have prospered! at any time. New' skaters^ have been added to the l&it act and novelties are constantly, being introduced. IvfewSV -¿is «MB8 _ —^ ■H^T iS , to section 'provide that ' wwm of I (Continued From P&* t) 'provide that the will of the f ~.S-. r-—. jjished out of revehues derived from! number of Voters of atlV nr' ; At the Comedy Theatre Bunty lj(.aj taxation. * | county or district ip a prim Pul...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 19 August 1912

wM ¡■7r «¡xSJaiLiifll Ira under ■ESÉsBil IPIL r^TiSPiPPPilr WW*' or the lubricating j, otherwise expand s are experiencing of minor ira- | wm mville, >iui of the sum at . °ye ... body shortly .after daylight, was taken to aBeaumont s'a for medical attention. Teasley however, shortly after reaching ¿here, f . Sheriff Johnson left for Lemon ville prbmptly when notified of the murder but so far has found no clue jeadifg to the identity of the guilt ... lines," said P&jff or parties. He '%¡ still work- othirig more;>08 on the case and no efforts will the conduct 15e spared to bring about a success- ful termination of his Investigation. are noten- ósijjg-dówn 5 to that ef- ,in the m other personnel seems that that the íre- iit. down, was given aced. ^meeting of COMMIT- ¿At ü THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE YOUNG MIEN'S COMMIT- TEE WILL-BE HELD TUESDAY NIGHT IN THE ROOMS OF THE COMMERCIAL CA.UB; MEMBERS ARE REQUESTED TO BF. ON HAND PROMPTLY. DO NOT FAIL THIS TIME- 19-2t. ., '.*he Mid...

Publication Title: Daily Leader, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 19 August 1912

' = m i kIM ■ aji'í p* ■w. H. Stark, President L. Milftr, Vice-Pre*¡dcnt E. \ O. Sims, Cashier? E. E. McFarland, Ass't Cashier A. E. Burn , CTÓES—W.'h. Stark L Miller E. W. Brown F. H. Farwell , J. E. E. McFarland H. J. L. Stark ííLV/. . . . ' ? 55'4x.£ - . ,1M " USEFULNESS AND GROWTH I The history of the first Rational Bank of Orange is a record of usefulness and conservative growtn, coupled with abundant prosperity and success. Our depositors and clients are afforded ev-; I Cry advantage, consistent with safe banking. Vour account, subject to check is invited. ''I, U > FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF ORANGE. capital $100,000.00. Surplus and Profits over_$U¡MW0.00. 'éimk ttT'J : Wit mm* wm •- - .. Capital $100,000.00 THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, Orange, Texas Surplus and Profits Over $127,000.00 tep m- ¡r-'rr-r im «—4. TM -.b: W. H. STARK S. H. WALTHALL L. C. PARKER .Owner Editor City Editor and money is the tripod on which rests progressive campaigns for any good- cause but, in this case, w...

Publication Title: Daily Leader, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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