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

mm K' 'y-v. • sfeiS®si m SSI *■ isiSI . ItP *' v'f^#' & ' in goodly s Ok fords $2. on from their f --V ■-'''" ' < :---.^ ■any. Í fir/wai w ®!WM Vw . ",., MtiaSjd { light torn sole; whjte ; Ri A $< and Mon HOTEL is afternoon in man.. ■ ÍVMSV ® y ..• ..... •«- -"-•'■ it 'rithiifn'É mm —M ¡j¡És Hi Sí ,'«>:' ft mm mmmA >, featuring trunks, are necessary for a vacation trip. Note the specials below. Its .. - n ñ'M.v ■ "MM "m* ;vH + ft#" *>*#•' . * ** • £Wra Specials for Sot- • _ ■ 'i,;-- « s fls SliSi 10c Ladies' Hankerchiefs New Brick Building. Newly Fui nu^n No Iced Lithii a. few good solicitors, eUhet * ' «*. i■ ** n basis; can make $3.00 a day more. ! Qood employment W during the summer vacátia at Leader Office. , 7-2t •-■'WltMurik Collars and Cuffs; alas •ad Counterpane ; can do it at boot* jjgjí if % I I 'Y¡]' Ladies' four-button Oxfords; short vámpj medium soles; ,toúñá foes; patent, tins and fcimmetalB, Satur- and Mrinday..., e„jUi,' ' ' . , * ' Vi, '*'< ,u ...

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

«u üifi vm' ' mml W m?; NEWS f&f¿¿ PP M': Jisp wm 1w ; ^'9s Ethel Bailey entertained a few of her friends Thursday even- ing in honor of Miss Lois Allen, of Goldthwatte, who is; the gue&t of - Miss Una Lee &raáum: Games and music ma"de tftj time """3 all- too quickly, and then dainly hments, consisting of sand- ches, ice cream and cake, were served. Those participating in this de- -lightful arsair were Misses Lois Al- len, Fannie Newport, «Una Lee Bra- num, Dorothy Bradbury, Cornelia Huggins, Ida Tinnin, Flora Mossi- ker and Anne Binkley, Messrs. Carl Cottle, Robert Eckert, Joe Fatch, Jones Turner,'' A. G. Thpmas, Jr., Ervin Braniim, Claude Malone, Frank Hatton and Lanter, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Jones and Mrs. F. • 0. - — •* * - In honor of «the visiting girls in the city, Messrs. Edgar and Lutch- er Brown will give á dance in the Orange room of the Holland Hotel Monday evening. 4 * • • The meeting of the Orange Civic League will be held Monday, June 10th, at h^lf-past three ...

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

llpl j^Mtt «« 1KB J8p$ by the state- Geo.- W. 'to all twenty-five i o; ot channel sent, in dupli ais returned .to : other counties and which-th¿';:|: recordation. ¡ ', soon at the legal depart- of the government; can pass on t. titles then bids wíJV be adver- for and work will conutiencc due course of time. "One of the many ^coinplicatiotjs which resulted in the holding this work hack may be understood When • is known that; to secure a good to one piece of property cost- ing only $2.55 it was necessary to make two trips to-Austin to perfect • the title...; 3 SA It now seems as if everything is progress with no' delay. * 11 Airdome Shows Afi The meeting ¿I the Eastern Star last* night in which the chapter called tpgcther ..to^méet the officec of the Grand Chajp&r was a most impressive affair indeed. The members' responded to the call of the worthy matron in large num- bers and feel very enthusiastic." The district deputy was intrjbduc ed and by request was ihstilte^ the worthy ma...

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

í S 1 v l ■- |li r* 1 |r'T-V* > i ' •■"■>■«■ ■ 3= §M y.r-i v'i /■ FFICERS-W. H. Stark, President L. MiDei", Vice-PrtisideiU E. W. Bíowní, Vice-Praftdettt j- 3 > II.! 3iiH¡e.* li, 5. vtiFiíUid. Aii'i Cnhlor A. 8. Bina. Jad. An't. Ciihier DIRECTORS—W. H. Stark L. Miller E. W. Brown F. H. Farwell J. O. Sim* - E. E. McFarland H J. L. Stark H m PUBLIC CONFIDENCE ONE OF THE BEST ASSET? Quaint and so pret i m 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 itsstrength and careful management make it a safe depositary for funds, your account, subject to check is cordially invited; ño matter whether |t i« large Or small, you will always reciéve the most courteous treatment and prompt attention. CapitaI $100,000.00 Surplus and Profits $127,000.00 _ ' : • . ESTABLISHED 1889 — THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK ORANGE, SÉÉ wmtmmmmmm Í . ' , i- ith The Lumbermen iiS J;. mm fi J@|Si . The lumber tra...

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

:■ St:; v^[-d, jy r: :''' '¡ ?{Sj introducing tfi'f pliy- so ■Ml éjlmézé fppWU| the Reform and .aon&.wt MM collect^* this year, as for to bet, " >r •■ • pote* BPWH -v ;. i II—1_ ii, Tim D'i , lii'tlfi ml *.i.« n Ii. iinj ij i|i I Shórt*top—"Snowball" Johnson, the smalt of «tature clever infielder is the only me of last year's "Sluggers'' with the team this season. py' Van Doozle, the new out- elder, is a veteran player. He fa t six years old and has been in. professional ball for four years, * trnm iMa ft I flair tf. r ' ■ Will Launder ■ ' 11 i * -• m I Yesterday" afternoon at, Hemp- Mead, the Orange Ball Club addcu another scalp to it belt when the cream and gold lads from the Gate C{ty took the long eod.:of: the «cou thé„team of that áxy, U to 5. yesterday s victory -for the Ó. ttr " toill jlefcvestWti with * perfect w if nr straight victory, and they have one tic garite to their credit. ' ■■ ■■ ■ ' •'SjgL^' ■ f *■ - *'.V HRBK BBB| j|i:'of;;0^ua^.nr;'T((riji, play the Ó. M....

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

3mfc m 'i ■ '■ ' ' ;' ■' * : 'K' \ ■ II ■ Social Notes Ciipt. Giffin, Aaron Miller, W. Curtis, -Gus Miller, Tom choose delegates to Baltimore. Fourth annual convention o ihe In- dependent Oil Men's Association will convene in St. Paul./ Commencement exercises at North western University, Evanston, 111., and University of Iowa. Geo. Thursday .J-Nomina'tions will he ■■■■■■■ ñvV'N**' B. made for general election MB mmm ; : i, mi mi Moore, P. B. Curry, C. Howard, Prof. Albert Cohn and valet com- prised a party who, aboard the launch Irene, journeyed to John- son's'Bayou yesterday afternoon on á fishing trip. The party reports having had fj®u*fuck and a pleasant v-outij¿r^ Moore h entertaining Mrs. Rucie party of. young people.this rfter- uinni in KewYofk. noon with a delightful, boat ride to Pprt Arthur, the trip being n*2''e ■Capitan. nw Wm wm Kk lit K • jmé&MÍ' * - '4W-¿ mm WIS m wm MP WW>M ■f -■ !■& • on the handsome launch Él -C , * '* * ' BsSS«ss' D ixr Axr.:, i .. 1 ^ t...

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

• - i Oí the <;onyeñ- É||pi Electro- Union q£ North America is of Chicago union lío. jf uiñ ¡oí International sident 7. Free!, Vho'revoked its er •' because of the sympathy lee with the pressmen of Chicago newspapers. / The Chieagoans, headed 'by President L. P. Straube, will ask the convention to reinstate the union, and the discussion prom- ises to be bitter. Today's meeting marks the first international convention feeen held west of the Rocky Mountains- Over 300 delegates are in attendance from all over, the Unit, ed gtates and Canada. tH •> "'tt • -> J IP! The United States leads the w in the exportation of typewriters. the single month of April its ex- — „ parts under that head exceeded -*T million dollar* in value, as compared while mm with $138,232 in April, 1897, for the complete fiscal year Which ends with June the total will be about $12,0001000, or eight, times as much as jn'l 7, the earliest year fot which a separate record of this trade was made by the bureau o...

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

I n k mm mm *r s mm 3 M -3FTÍCPRS-W. H. Stark, Pre.ident L. Miller, !,:'K J/3 lij- ¡Í--8. M .-P lilsnd DIRECTORS—W. H. Stark L. Miller E. W. Brown E. E. McFarland H J. L. Stark Mili r, Vice-President E. W. Brown, Vice-President —«v , Airl Cnbier A. B. Bino. Jal Aij't.'Cwhbr '■ " \F. H. Parwell J. O. Sims _ My PUBLIC CONFIDENCE ONE OF THE BÉST ASSETS One of the best asset of a,Bank i 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, it a safe depositary fpr fund*, your account. Subject to check is cordially invited; nq fpatter whether it is large or smalj, you will always recieve the most courteous treatment and prompt attention. •' Capital $100,000.00 Surplus'and Prof1t3$t27,000.00 ESTABLISHED 1889 5 THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK ORANGE, TEXAS ' a "r •■if. , Cwct . For District Judge. .¿The Leader is authorized to an- nounce. Judge Joe W. Thomas, of Woodviile, for the office oí Distri...

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

GNBMMI '.ssra ■;'*, /• •/': ,. ¡.:V„ V '■ lili = '-•' ' :'í' ■ ! ir-rt?: ...P~ny. táSí#^ .*K'í'íí-;-!;'« •!■'/, •i.v:VJ.. .-¿¡Aftvt í «íwwWWKIÍI HOTEL IH I ': vvífí N*w Brick Buitdiag. Newly Fur* niihed. Hot and Cold Bath* Free 'o Guoti. Electric Fans in Each a Room. No Extra Charge. Cali and | «e-Cali Bell . Iced Lílhia Water I Serve Throughout the Hotel. , Will Launder Your Shirts, Collar* and Cuff ; alsi att your Linen and Counterpane cheaper than you can do it at home Paragon Laundry Both Phone* 133— ' Sir & mm; lilÉ 111 \<¡V B ■ 1 - s W e ; i i I "If Amella of ltahaáO- pretty wall Worn -■ v; a tear on the lapel of that lb* rliHH take aa afternoon ot. • •• Ifp; "You're worn out taking * '«* that youafatar," ho aald. "Now, you Just trot alone to the matinee or any- where you feel like going, asd 111 at- tend to the offspring. He needs a little masculine dtsdpMne, Mrs. Hammond demurred ground that ahe didnt mat to devqte all hit* Sáturday to taking care ot the bah*. hut Ham...

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

mm Wnm LNEWS ¡¡p ¡¡m Turner Toomcr of Lake Charles was « visitor here :yesterday. ..***' J. Dunn of L*ke Charles ^visited friends here yesterday, í . . ♦ ' H. O. Clarke of Houston w" visitor here Saturday ■and Sun ay.' " "Will ■yyfi^ÉÉ * * Land of Beaumont visited friends here yesterday. Geo. L Gray of Newton spent the day in Orange yesterday. Misses Imola and DoA Link of Houston are the pleasant guests of Mrs. Rucie Moore this week. • • • D. O. Ingrain left this morning for Houston, where he has accept- ed a position. Mrs. S. T.* Edwards and chil- dren, Elizabeth _and Tom, left for Lemonville yesterday for a visit to relatives there. ' 5 ' • ♦ ♦ Mrs. T. Rogers and little daughter visited relatives Here Pi BQJS *}.*■ ill of Beaumont yesterday, night. returning home last The friends of Miss Mabel Shingle regret to learn that she is confined to her room on account of an in- jured foot. • * ' Mrii. Frank Brown left Saturday for College Station; Tbxas, where she is attending the commenc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 11 June 1912

•í •. < 1 H ! g excavated for thfc^new Rand ntlldirig has created a great deal of ¡uteresV especially at a kí#k-< w*s found "Swide the skeleton.' íHP'HW idently used to murder the mar whose remains «rere found. The Rand lilding stands on a tit* where * ; Th*¡Leader's subscription lárt con tinues tp grow. f_ Twetftj^si* new subscribers were added yesterday, and as tnany mbre will be started with Mm= i# Anything in Roofing Goods. McCORQUODALE, BKOS TUESDAY, ■¡Vp II, 1912. mm Leader covers every ¿rack anfl in Orange ;*#d that ft 1 It" ap- preciated by those who subscribe-fot it i attested by the fact that a kick ¡^registered when a single copy is TW subscription list is;a, bona fide one and Subscribers are dropped Promptly if they do not p y. This is necessary tp the welfare of tlie paper and vto'iho best of ifV dvertiaers.-> Those who do the place where fl0t enough about The Leader * a"™* ! to pay for it ^re apt wanted by efttP-frgLf er the management of the paper or toy thos...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 11 June 1912

:C';. g<«,t m •■'té -0FF1 DIRECTORS—W. H. Stark WT m mm V*%t. Static, President L.Miltar, Vice-Piatóeiú jCi iff.«Brown, ,.--r..—.—.™ J.-Ó. Sim i. CtiMer K. E. MtFarland, A« 't Ct.hler A. E. Bunn. and. Aia't. Cashier L. MiUer E.W.Brown P. H. Far wet I J. O. Sima E. E. McFarland g H J. L. Stark & ñitfmr-i AVAILABLE CASH The "amount of available cash on hand a{ all timea in the Firat National Bank of Orange is adequate W meet the requirements of; its depositors The constantly increaajng number of our dépoaitprS'ahows tht- confidence placed in this strong, reliable' banking institution. Your . account fa cordially invited, apd will, receive our best attention. BP Capital $100,mOO Surplus ami ESTABLISHED 1889 THE FIRST NATIONAL B. ORANGE. TEXAS Sgplf ÉS II. 11 IÜ wmtm tyw.n*, THE ORANGE DAILY LEADER W. H. STARK S. H. WALTHALL L. C. PARKER -— ...— Owner Editor City Editor =F=r= Subscription Ratea. Per year — Per month Per week - ..$6.00 . .50 . .15 PHONES New Phone, Old Phone . .53...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 11 June 1912

is ú1'$?!$!W'* im ^^r^/y-x &■&. &$&■■■% rtú' ,W;m 0BS-W * I isiPlJ| H *W&¥Wwii' ÍBÍMPI 1 gj ft >| '^■fi'fi|^í:||p^| •« as Sp issl- •„ E ; ehí Ojpt Uto tha ctTMt ■'SC^.Í-Í ~ • -=;V and ,,.]|BJ|N| imt that warn bain* •ta WVbrotty. Th* aw ,Jou£ subject «manatod on bl« views rath- •r enthusiastically. " í ¡¡Ni iMd uuxu ... -3^« t tfa^Hotel. • SgEflygES*! '•■ V í : ■ * ' ■' '. Will flirts, Collar and Cafí ; al . your Linen and Cottntttpan^e^j^'r;^ ^ i do it At home j ^ jfi| •:• " . Ha «Mm ctvitly I ■■■■■■■■ V, oh dear! It'aalWays Um < pr: , No one ev*r want* mo.: ... ,' I'm m> miserable!" * :,Mr JKitwíí ■ ■1 . •■*•' • v¡ viVv' «'SKSBESS her would be of no conseau*noe to a all day long Frances «tared In tho . h a aUettt telei^on^ # It did ring it was somebody who bad tho wrong number. ; ■' r SI v'Tfl 8M cried. She had oried 1 ahe was lonesome.for ahe k& .. no one to the big city. She erted be- cause she w i tirad, homesick miserable and because Iter «sha i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 11 June 1912

..,1 IPP At the Airdortie, * *?*/ The Airdome has securecí three es< pecially good films (or tonight! "Za« netto'i Marriage," "Whom God- Hath Joined" and "Just a Boy" are the ties of the pictures tp: eb. -shown. These are "first run? films, just from the camera,, thereby assuring a per- fect -cut and clear outline, which In honor of her guest, Miss Lois Allen of Goldthwaite, and tfc guests of Miss Willie Tracy, Missm Bessie I will show every detail perfectly., Mr. Farmer, Hazel Maes, Viola Jones! Thomas is especially anxious for the and Myrtle Berry of Houston,' M: . 1 public to see these pictures as, while Una Lee Breiuim is entertaining with I they are not features, they are above a delightful party this afternoon, and [the average in every respect. this evening Mis? Tracy ¡will enter-1 tain, with the same list of honorees. Masonic Notice. There' will be k called meeting of Madison Lodge, No. )26, A. F. St A. M., tonight at 7:30-o'clock for w ' in the Fi C. degree. All members ...

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

if 11 ! •, / * Vf11 1 11 _^^_l¡ljK ««If - }*MwEbS •'> 'v/V'l >', ; •?r r .r7 r w - imXá' V*' ' *"■ i;. wl v-. .¿' ¿«tira(; Anything in ! AaytWogln He Anything in , H&aytiilni in ! McCORQUOPV . "■■ NO. mm . W-: •% , w? "- , '**' i.'C¿-j.'l?/i'í. ^ ííjL "KV P|Mb considerable firing -• no casualties among burned some of mm É$ÉÉS$iÍÍ of tJhe rebels ar< to have heen'ufountled. ||..|g Juan Mario Monec?l, for dent of the veterans' asso- with four • other veteran gen- s, arrived here last night. * %■*. Wmm New Yorl^jfoj^ wide interest of womeuia muni- a#d civic betterment work— ;'«f|ter they vote or not—is atrik- " hown in a "Woman's Number" The American City will pub- tomorrow. Among its ..note- worthy features are reports prepared ■pecially for this issue by the ||vir • ^lefl of the Bederatiohs of Worn Hubs in forty-five different :' •; I..:ag: ;hhi .u> i'm ;é « «¿orf issue contains a remarkable serie interesting, practical articles on Cn have done, or' can do , |J ietotm,...

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

Iw— Wm sa: «■ •* „ rr.... —OFFICERS—W. H. Stark, President L. MUler, Vice-President E. W. Brown, Vice-President J.O.Sim . Cwhier B. E. M:FarUnd. Au't (Jsshier A. B. Bunn. 2nd. Ais't. Cashier DIRECTORS—W. H. Stark L, Miller E. W. Brown F. H. Parwell J. O, Sim E. E. McFarland H J. L. Stark BE? AVAILABLE CASH }Hi ■r. . The. amount of< available cash on hand at all times in the First. National Bank of Orange is adequate to meet the requirements of its shows . Your Pfffl tü mM i ME depositors. The constantly jnereaspg number (üLíai depositors the confidence placed in this strong,'reliable banking institution. ■ • . account is cordially- invited, andwill receive our best attention. Capital J100,000.06 Surplus and Profits $127, 1 ESTABLISHED 1889 I# HE FIRST NATIONAL BANK TEXAS ORANGE, THE ORANGE DAILYdEADER H. STARK S. H. WALTHALL L. C. PARKER Owner -... Editor City Editor Subscription Rates. Per year —... .— -$6.00 Per snotiih — - SO Per week — -IS PHONES New Phone Old Phone . -539 - ...

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

^fmum m "I don't wmmt amr $w* Dor- "Why, I left you at six o'clock, about the wonderful tip iwkiEiry o Brick Building Newly Fur Hoi and Cold Bad Free Electric Fan in Each Extra Charge. Call and BeH*. Iced Lithia Water Throughout the Hotel. míMÍM aasas SSSB. U Will Launder Your Shirt , Collar and Cuff ; al«- all your Linen and Counterpane* cheaper than you can do it pt home Paragon Laundry Both Phonea 123— The Pacing Stallion Dan Klatawah 44156 will make Season atf^ Smith's Livery Barns Terms, $15.00 the Season. Register No. ■ mm the _ ror the big ¿Whmírfstood admlr- gown. Now yoi,' aay. *1 wasn't Say something, or M f'3 „ y. 'bsganMarjoryglliih ai; yea left me I waa all booted and ■purred for the dance, except mjr dress. About an hour before expect- tog Jack I went to my clothes closet and to my amaaement my orchid gown waa nowhere to be seen. ' "I took all my. clothes out of the closet, returned them to their places, removed everything again and put ttem back.-. No.resulta! ' "I kn...

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

m WBMm m. ■ ■ • ■, L ■ V' « /" * * - ' • t:' - 'i *\>n'_¿M'ví£4• ' ' '«"¡U NEWS - ^MS^^a^Tf^SSKWWSS'- •';' i'S,64W?2f5íilí ' ■: ■ 3>v, VW-. ', *•■ • ; '•" M\^fS 9BL > '^ v wm, | >vvá&& -'. ' - * feí V ;-.i i.ri W $ . 4 ^ v-iVM/rH1 ' '• " ' - as ■> ■■■n«" i n1! ! CÍ0U6 besides the lionorees: Maude!,. —-1 M-W3MBiliÉi^aMÉtii)íg. the Ladies' Aid and ■ Missionary So- Mary Johnson and AVinnie Bland-, ?>'■' ciety will be held jw th* Fin& Bap- Mtssrs.- Carl Bancroft, J. E. Harri-* tist chiurch tomorrow^ ¿(Tlfürsday) afternoon at 3;30 o'clock.. . Every- SwilSaw Sí&' ¿¡¿tikksUfií&J$ ' body is invited *o -attend | Following is the program: Subiect—"Mountain Music Subject—"Mountain Missionaries," í > I! Song—"How Beautiful to Walk in the Steps of the Savior," . 1PÍP Invocation- ior God's presence.and blessing—Leader. : Bible reading—Psalm 95, in con- ÜS Wm: m 9p , S53, kmmtá i* ill cert.* | Prayer sentence for Dr. superintendent of mountain schools, the ...

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

" .-7^•><; v . /v; • -: ^{&v • . : V": . •.,£ •:•&;(& " IMBMMWMMMMaB ■ > Vr^, ^ . ... . "' Am.ni <#* \l>- ;.-• >*<\ ' * I' $ % ■wa * v-ii # "'".|l '-'" WmBm m m% Made iñ; ,, mm mfehts^tíicn^ttí- ' K to engage the ^condition :w London, June:; of the i only i c>n Countess of Hilda of the RÜ nt-sei hereafter, no EÉEÉ t>* y BpS* , SmSKn Through the- we* tow -*" * :a are placed under the de- o£ banking, being relieved ision of the bureau of TOKSUTt uffalo, N. Y., Jfijne 13.—Officials -many of the léading financial in- ♦ot|ons"*.'of the state and "*'"• attendance at the ninei conclave of the New e Bankers' association, whi d a two-day session this morn- *t the Lafayette hotel. Today's irogram has as its feature an ad- Iress by President >George M. Rey- ds .of the Continental and Cortt- cial National bank of Chicago. « on Lake this afternottfe and the annual net is schedule' Tl" ■, young- Daniel Westmin ster, was the scene of the ceremony¡ which wa...

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

Zmmm directors-w; Qj¿ . • Íi-V' ^ W# I gift depositor ,- The constantly Increasing thfe confidence placed In thia strong, reliable " Ék ««Mi , WE HAVE initiation, ion. * traitjjpunch., wa# .served;.; -•" • rf" UH **11 ofqa^^l mmgmiffi '. Cotíwne PllNlSB ¿WJlMli 4oon I W< W-- 4 >v-:'■: 3ÉjJÉpsi LISHED 1889 , ., , a I, ■•-'■■■■ ■*■'■. -. _ >i¿ S:''Üi-'lm' A /t*F/\\T A T ■ ¥5 A TW.T 1/ , I A J If 1FV . IX I K A !\l K . I 1 imgiiiinrftipiHI—mi ftrrriímnT ¡ .< : í. > •. ■ „ ' i ■ ' riflIÜBI'i(■—■IIff nHWMWMMMHMWM FtfíDñ hir.F Dñll V I FAFmFk TARK — -. '¿ that the mere at*te- Editor <* ^« editor. ;A «Jelic IRIS Per yéar ......... - ¡¡ ~?6.00 , . . Per month -—?■—■•"•"■■■——.—. ¿30 HIIIIHlnlirn'iii ' -i>; ;~-L '-■■"r-. ' .15 * — PHO* Old Phone ki^-Ibmééméimí ^Mcmf #,; 'i i.:-^ : . ^ ',' ". Of course, we are all opposed to gossip, which is proven by the ispeed with which everybody runs away from a chance to'get an ear full of news about their |neighbor.—Gai' We have one ...

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