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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 19 August 1912

H Í'VSm' Í ■ Hr.i! l fl 8 tO BEro'j^axSmi^*"' . fc ■ tsmjm B experienced iffi ii IKi tmm and we tan mi ■■ sted by > had received iron had maintained •>ward'h«i^§| been quit. ■¡¡■I pperson,' ;|a •he had been a "eS2E "S? RSI Jpfe *... - -*• ítfjpfí «KB ¡CK^kj >.í c>. •* <<""< ..a OUgb ■■■■■ and he. torhla part, knew e. She had afruggled to a comfortable *ome on tocom«^j'-jÍMr'iráa not' * ^ . lal to him—tther companionship waa disagreeable—was H to atall In the market on Powell Street spying about for dainties that might add a laat elaborating touch to the lengthy menu. Tho afternoon wa , and halr^wavS a. On an ordinary ■ ■ ■! ■■■ 11 > 1 il m M . «I I 1. . .1 AM unwonted «xertion it to a_ pitch where abe did J* MU' ' disoomforts. before 0l she waa' dressed, ,.Ji baforo the mlhror In her room abe laid oil tb« laat perfecting stick of bard of tbe closest Intimacy bad muda acquainted with «very foible of touches with a iBStt red substance and a"® mossy-looking whit...

Publication Title: Daily Leader, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 19 August 1912

Rflsli ■HRK|PgMBBB|H . ,.." I I ' . j j I - iSir-: —— mk-'- # í:tf.ar>- - WKm isi HPS W J ! ' r ¿ IÉÉ Pjf^í «S8 mlÍftí«P ■ ip.^H Ifcvi ¿Él > • ■V. ,!■ ■ ' «life "ff.r,-:'-. !"> |g'>"; §111NV'' Ifftf ■&*&$*$< ?*-;. ■ ;' ;r m *>' m ;• - - ' ?■•;■"r . '¿Shi MWWiiSfe ■>,' ¿ÍKií SsraiSw fflf I, ,y^i;MS; ■ • ^|¡KlW] ■Hi ^''&tí+£'í$ 111 wmrní ¡■KSnmH mSKKKKmmmm * grara ¡¿Kftg HkGMÍÍ ^lilÉll 'p~ ^ ijv' 'S^ii y-f^-' 1 '■■ jí'Í - ' .j - ..•r-ftvwT-. lliPSfl ' > ' -. ' * />f fir «1 .'¥ fi !^¡Pipíi Is having telling effect. A continual stream of eager, arid enthused customers •• • '. ■ ' . . \ ; r -. • " " force busy the two first days of this big sale. This is a sale where prices attract ^í^WSÍBÍÍ^SIÍBB^HBBSwBBííbÍBHÍBIHBÍSIíhIhbHHHpM^Bwb The values are too great to be overlooked by any one who is in rieed This is our last ad quoting such Values and such low prices on summer vm f?S should this sale prove as good the last part of the week as it has the fir...

Publication Title: Daily Leader, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 20 August 1912

w ¡P i' Pis® ¡Híff §■ jj* l'íip sKfeú'i' «i« ■afeaal Kg i ü §«® «i síril «boúia. I ti Í:.V. , •■ on ■P period roay afternoon. welt which mwm started wmhas, and ed their •«diga and r.^AtJ citizen is on pr Ged fi residents qí thi ru- Sol "*e««ípr en one Orang than one Orange rd of Direc the company has some «lock they are not advertising the lair, fact and there ., # several Htfocfc &' in holders who will be glad to increase „„ mild , their holdings enough to take up . **£± i-,ora' l a coat I - National Tannia Tournamenta. liM '' fcV Jf— b< I Newport, Aug.' 20,-The thirty- wm ened on the court . < jhe Catino to- ; day, and iSpÜ matchel which have been held at Southampton and other places con . ¡as PL™ we are reliably asi Hi JPP1~ BBÜ UQw^would, liketyjcause the to m on a new growth, whfch still have Ume to (ruit and mattía- e before frost date. During the, latter • J- of the week, some rains fell th Texas, where they have badly needed, but the extent of the precipitation lia...

Publication Title: Daily Leader, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 20 August 1912

'i mh SI'S 1 -i 9d IS—W. H. Stark. President L. Miller, Vice-President E. W, Brown, vteenrrestaent J. Q. Sims, Cashier E. E. McFarland, Ass't Cashier L A, E. BaniJ, 2nd. Ass t Cashier. • rORS—W. H. Stark * 1? Miller E. W. Brown F.-Jt. Farwell' E. E McFarland H-if, L. Stark V' Í ■- iwm aw* J. Ó. Sims iniViiñiii'i USEFULNESS AND CONSERVATIVE GROWTH , ■ , ' « 1 . • , ■ : The history .of the first National Bank of Orange U a record of usefulnes? #.arid conservative :h, coupled with abundant prosperity and success. Our depositors and fcU?nts are afforded ev- advantage,. consistent with safe banking. Your account subject to check is invited. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF ORANGE. Capital $100,000.00. Surplus and Profits over $127,000.00. Capital $100,000.00 THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, Orange, Texas Surplus and Profits Over$127,000.00. ¡¿= THE ORANGE S. H. WALTHALL PARKER Editor City Editor I y ■ v > ■ and "Fall comes tripping down the fine. Her breath is like the morning dew that Annie Laurie's l...

Publication Title: Daily Leader, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 20 August 1912

MWWWWBBmBHHWBBÍ Ms ftlPfc I '*'- • .'m ¡mtem mmW •ÜSS. ^Really,' Berny, 'l.. Don* Know," '-%> «wired the Victim. - a,lty-f|S;.; experienced employed a of long ex- I. and we can fectionery Drinks. Sff ra s#! * 3£$ «iSSÜf iC !''"é, 'x.-' - : 5 ¿&|Í¡* fU-, *•■* r*Ji ^>>>i&fc!"ii:. f%' «ífo. i-ti aft JR ' 3í>JírtaW '. -■ ,fr : ' den. It wa of the bull, m ■' mm ■ ' i'Wfyi; I vf. vj/ m* i«- *« < •* An- ly one sitting-room X She was there bar. There ■ I anil we all t with the ot¿eifl|HHPHBH|||I C "What's the 1- : A ¡StA Berny¿ ber y on the aubj.ut of this apollad Pi«fe In It. oo- %• %^loh^títíJíoo^ , book " aa ah« expressed It, but their Joint poaaaaalona In this line consist- lag of some twenty-five volumes, and the'fact that the contracted apace mfte It impossible to accommodate both the books and the coiy* corner, had decided in favor of the lat- Sbe now aaated herself on the that formed theTntegral part of this construction, and, piling the pB- low* beMnd her,...

Publication Title: Daily Leader, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 20 August 1912

t V'11, "" < a «ai k<lSJ ijiiíi'iíViui" ■i— 1 tATTRESSES TO BE RECORD BREAKING "" " 1 MM Él§Í¡ ^il¡ ' #5*> f0P<r'l:$tWTtí vvf.'JH *' ' ? *• Hi„, 1 ""■ • <? ■ Furniture Company " v : . - ■:,• . ■,~í¿ . '■,; ' • .^.v Dollar or Two á Week mmm f¥ríi'> mm Will Do • ' SfSfeiSMil' w % >NT ST. Im ' -j* J, wM NEW PHONE 215 HI? ■ — aa=- Joe ial Hotes > have a few sets of china th^t sell for half pric;e; if they ,$5.00 at other stares we will ate the order for $2.50. Sam- Bow on exhibition in our store, and look them over before buy- 1 «• i. are selling them below -cost Co get you in the habit of corn- il our place of business. Make nparison and be convinced. FURNITURE COMPANY. . 8-20-tf. • * 8. J. J, Ball and daughters Mrs., Simtnons, Jr., and Mrs. Geo. S,„ W. Sholars, Jr., returned to Orange last night from Beaumont; he was taken sick while attending the Democratic Convention in San Antonio, come as far as Beaumont where be has been since. His con- dition ¡s reported ...

Publication Title: Daily Leader, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 21 August 1912

p Vk > « t<' (V**' W |p. :-&%j mm \ *'•* *®fi £ S - r"'"> '• SÉSEÉ Sfes^ ,JBc U4£uiU! füíSMbt¿?* UST 21, 1912 gfcm pSeÉIte *„ p w ir > SER w® v:m announce « s Mi MM ^í>f to keep the! ; lf|¡§ÍÍ:. to accept^a challi tc of ¡ ■ ■ • WÜ ¡8 «?entiy> mm* Pm '■ ip of Southeast Texas is teiíí®® ■ "is § • 3 f *' -.-.' - IB most i Young Men's Committee hfldlast night the Í, Commercial Club, it '<ét, full of- bosinesx, nefits to the bitizehs of Or-' thirty votiftff ' men were nrr«- men were pres- Dullahan called V Secretary An eot pt % me ont derson at fhe desk, and read thej wnre summoned Port Arthur, since both these "minutes of tbe_ last meeting which j tried before ,a jury, - have been deefated and the were approved. j against if rs. Craig was one of the stand ng coinntittees .language" Wm interesting case befor-é Judge J, P. Tatum's Court yesterday after- was that of the State v*. Mm •Mary Craig, complaint having ieen filed by Mrs./Tom Rumsey, both of whom were resi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 21 August 1912

SrJ víSti H mm -W. II. Stark, P^sident L Milter, Vicc-Preshlewt E. W. Brown, Vice-President. J. O. Sims, Cashier É. E. McFarland, Ass't Cashier A. E. liunn,"2nd. Asa't Cashier. - r E. W. Brown F. H. Farwell J. O. Sims IRECTORS-W. H.. Stark h. Miller ,Í--|E. E. McFarland '■m J. L. Stark USEFULNESS AND CONSERVATIVE GROWTH : 'M The history of thefirst, National Bank-of Qffange-is a jecord of usefulness and conservative ¿growth, coupled with abundant prosperity and success. Our depositors and clients are afforded <v- faffl|.advittta|^ /.consistent,■ ¡jfjxjkfaebanking;^/ *" •• ' *■ '*■ '*>*SU*• Bjai Your aecpunt subject to check is fnv m'ñ áSBmml 'm STOMHOUS1 Custom bout* 4th and Front llllSBii ;; «• - ¡' *, Wines, Liquo wwkfa first national bank of 0;range. Capital $100,000.00. Surplus and Profits over $127,000.00. ock or p HI H gpfp m ; V - . • '• 1 k y..,, .,! s"?'s*t iK mm mm m SSI Capital $100,000.00 ^THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK,, Orange, Texas Surplus and Profits Over $127,000.00...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 21 August 1912

Sip WPP t-masus?. *<m** •o oo tho tot- Ú tO glV* tÚ * _ for divorce She's not going k, to make any breaks or mistakes. : There's not a mor respectable wom- an In San Francisco. She with any one but ber husband own «titer*, two deceit women you can't believe have the aune in (hem. She's the quiete* , mo •'14 Kg G i sSpiliw SI Rfr-ti . IMPS Básate m -MQÍ Wmm Iff® ,'S''• ' • '-'2- Safe "7^ frlond extended of a fast Her bMr fmooth m Kiki'w was and respected H. Bill Cannon," she rmj ' points, S>ÍPP '.That „. «hfoirco igalnstptñrfá had the kind of husband that up with anythingtrora a woman, nil he eould do would be to leave her ■ly and « ^ W MSBM ahot at owy * *Q# .,9* VirlUOM ¡¡«Xa The old man gave his head an ap- ha -had Intends Proclatlve Jerk, end muraurW; : «w o«a A pntty ,m#rt woman, alt right" t «II tha^-r-that and more. U*a ¡fid.'a, mmmm 1 i we can Vif-'i Cold "Drinks. „ T<~'' \'ii ■ t'.u: ■" " ■ ■p • ' :>4'^ mm.U 3p? ■ j. J' V . Cornelia's .Head Was In yijse Prox- imi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 21 August 1912

ÜImBÍ' íi.-í- IT-i'.?'. irSHHH ■¿|||Pm'M if. '- i¡F1P > " i | 'i', ü % }'■ ?¿ 'éfS. }k¡ tíJlf" ;,^' '-i •-'' tó5, . l,°v i:¿ iifp& ■% lOI* i ! M *§ i* % íil f 4 & -' YC^ ■■ ■. ■ :-•'. r : ' .^í'' "V' . 'habad departed bat that bad in H tt ttment ¿t«^ crystalline ® world. PHi WJtg !|?®.fra^rT1r; A¿ üJ ÍTm ¡TV Í ' sft fT« £ - x ¡± •«.. ;V ^Tn^^&SS^aZy^8^ M ¿E KfeiiÉ^Jfe^' •■?&!*■*%* mq| ■ i ■;; - ■■.'■• - : $ ató;-■ ' /' •-•,. • • :*■& % • , ,> i.. • * wv .-■ :■; :.,a ftfsl1 . •JtTf ' < * lS % ***♦* -4UV*V*"V./ «MU .4. Vrti i The Senior League óf the Metíió- D ¿gs are visiting friends in lleita- flist church will give '.« lawn social at the home of-Mrs. .Geo. Bland'Friday' «¡-ht. A go 3d t'me h ant:ci]:att.d.f Adolph iV.iamb;-rg- of New Of- PPV ' or^iv- i« ' J' ' ' jv . t ...« , -Vk.. 1.-. - - J and every' eric is invited. , f lP |f|w I,Ionic made bandies, i:c • leans was a'^usmess visitor ■" lie crfani,: ;,: i/>W-~ \ '.-vvv7>. cake and-punch will b-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 22 August 1912

wBmmwMiBmM .: ¿ 22,1 '' y'0"'' '. ' ' v . ;• ;:^'V - ¡:Sr:¿ ■ í? V. >';■' ■'.'^ - - ijHPPRHHRHB Si:!i-m h iJRl'íl MjifB :" i^fíWñ!máí?r^Í ;■ '■i: ■'''', ■ V ' vmm yQHHHHII NfNfclBjtilMH • i Í mí* aM'" Lu RTMnlHanH illK- .. v ¿ y ¿y i1 -re-«1 . v' mpgsl'/;' ■ •.> ?& *í *& lili M ■ fif " ..'. fiHHIBlMMraMianMM^mSHi ; ®ty>vtp^SRIV-,"rSJ.~T*¿^«v¡V Bmímí' MnÉMB9HHt9EÍHBft Si. ■ . 3;> T.i ^.^3íiaai^!lfcBWB*"1WRMBflwJ 1 ¿|SlhJ|:|| : WS@Í&í&t¿ - 7'—; $& n: :m$ tup gmgg ejtCity iq ¡fiffiU] cut ftó no* the date an É but there that the •.. ■ ;^!?ps awwnral mm* er A* mt«: n American cellent a line drawn from Orange the following m wm L. King, 2. | ¡ ¥$T«r that, ern states, Chicago, ^t.| Paul. St. ,ter8 Louis, any of them rfhows that they are nearer to* water transportation through tne port of Orange than any of the alleged "Gate-ways to the íandicap of the longest haul is the first step towards inviting business and holding out the faw '' : ■mf-' IBM i fia Jack B...

Publication Title: Daily Leader, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 22 August 1912

i mm mwii'ipp i&StfSW? WT'jbj W P¿:1 PresÍ4t^jE^PpÉM^ , ,v J. O. Sims, Cashier E. R/'McFarland, Ass't Cashier A. DIRECTORS-W. H- Stark L. Miller É. W. Brown F. H. Fi , E. E. McFarland H. J. L. jm, > 1 *"11 )T J'ftSSifl' A.|!"">|yu ""|i| fflg11'1 "' ' .J " 1 . ; i:i11-' "■ USEFULNESS AND CONSERVATIVE GROWTH The history of the first National Bank of Orange is a record of usefulness and conservative coupled with ibundant' prosperity and success. ery advantage, consistent with safe banking. H ^ V , . ^' * V* : *, . : Your account subject to check is -invited. FIRST NATIONAL BANK ÓF ORANGE. Capital $100,000.00. .Stítpíus iáñd Profits over $127.000.00. Our depositors And clients are->ftorded ey- WM 1 '; mm. Wines, m *j?« jy > ■. Capital $100,000.00 THE FIRST NATIONAL J3ANK, Orange, Texas Surplus and Profits Over $127,000.00 i ' M- - M" -■■ -■ ■■: ■-- w. h.. stark p, s. h. walthall l. c parker — i Owner, Editor City Editor Subscription Rates, Per year —.....~—_ ....$6.00 .P...

Publication Title: Daily Leader, The
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