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

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

■m m NEWS imlil n-'l l" Social Notes A delightful boat trip ,was given .night to Sabine lake on tbe launch Nicholaus, a large crowd en joying ; the pleasant ride, and the hour or two spent in bathing when was reached. Dainty lynches had been provided all did justice to the delicious after their stay in the ater. iose going on this enjoyable trip : Mistes Viola i Jones, Myrtle aad Bessie Farmer of Hous- Willie Tracy, Nettye Joiner, th Beauchamp, Edna Eckert and Johnson; Gladys McCorquo- Messrs. ¡pari Bancroft, Robert Ickert, Frank Hattoñ, Bruce Jravett, Charles . Cottle, Bob Brent, Ursie McCorquodale, Sol White, Hampton Tucker, Will Joiner and John Tracy and'Mr. and Mrs. Oscar.Bowen. • ■* _ * !Abe Miller was a visitor to Port Arthur yesterday. • • Moise Crager has returned from College Station, where he, attended the A. & M. college. • Joe Oo'odman, who has been at- tending the A* & M. college at kCol lege Station, returned home yester- day. • ' . \lr. and Mrs. C. L. Adams -w...

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

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

fe *.i& , íp¡ L, Miller, Vice-President E. W. Brown. Viw>-Pre.ideo« J. O. Sim , Csshier B. E. MíParlaad, A«*t Csshier A. E. Bunn- 2nd, A««'t. Csshier OFFICERS-W. H. Stsrk, President m DIRECTORS—W. H. Stark L. Miller E. W. Brown F. H. Farwell J. O. Sips E. E. McFarland H J.' L. Stark AVAILABLE CASH The amount of available cash ó ri * hand at all time iq the First National Bank* of Orange is adequate to meet ¿he requirements of its depositors . The constantly increasing number- of our depositors «hows the confidence placed in. this strong, reliable tanking institution. YOur - account:is cordially invited, and will .receive our best attention. Capital ¿100,000.00 ' Surplus and Prtttls $127,000.00 ESTABLISHED 1889 — — THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK ORANGE, TEXAS THE ORANGE DAILY W. H. STARK S, H. WALTHALL L. C. PARKER Owner Editor City Editor Subscription Rates. Per year —— — 7 Per month ——- Per week- ~— „.$6.00 ™ 50 ..... .15 PHONES New Phone Old Phone - .539 ,. 4 Contributions will be...

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

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

¡r᧠BP-' ' " " ' • , ^ NEWS :ader ■:*>S % m rh$& Ü •. - BSÍ: ? ¡$ i -■ 1 •; HMIH Mair ~1'*MSSBBBsa&i ' '• '. ..-I?;-, i. V ". ' •■ ■•■-;: o if .• .- • •... * ■ ■ \'*4¡ fe ' ■SmI mms IS#! WA mmMmm ri.:. >v " . I '■ Mfe are delivering in Orange and her tributaries, also in Vinton, Louisiana, Lemónville, Maurice- ville, Bunker Hill, Call, Jasper and Newton, our Big Two Page Circular. This big circular is a fore- runner of the BIGGEST DRY GOÓDS, CLOTHING, SHOES, NOTIONS, RIBBONS, LACES, AND EMBROIDERIES, LADIES-READY-TO-WEAR, MILLINERY AND GENTS FURNISHING GOODS Sale ever attempted in Orange or South Texas. This 3ig Circular dlvells on facts figures, it calls your attention specially to regular prices on merchandise and our ed sale price. We habe been preparing for this mighty sale for "the past sixty days. ershabe been searching the barious markets in the East- and South West for- real bargans Our Big June Sale. , /. m — - -•¡i . J? ' ■ rAfr, .. . , . 'Mr: m kfeiSSsL s M...

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

TKk Year Committee Reconsidera Ltes at Large from Texa . got III-, June 15.—Th«^ velt forces today completed a draft of the platform «pon Roosevelt asks the nomina- J* ,be subject to some n. favors ; government through agencies as initiative, referert- and recall, including judges; ring local communities to select eir own remedies; an extended fx- vision of the tariff downward on the report of a genuine commission; a commission to investigate wheth- workmen '. in industrial plants ¿í' United States Department of Agri- culture, Office of Public Roads, Washington,.!). C„ June 10, 1912. IP^PjGeoL- W. ~ Texas: .. Dear Sir—inclosed please find copy of "Report of Observation ot Three and One-half Miles oí Road Opposité the City of 'Orange, Texa /' made by Mr. Geo. D. M«- shall. Very respectfully, : * s r. PAUL p. SARGÉNT, %■: '■ ■■ . ' ■ Acting Director. Some 65,000 cubic yards of m terial "had been dredged, and thro up to an elevation of four feet abov mean low water, making* the em bank...

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

Sfelf - mm —i r ^ «OFFICERS—W. H. Stark, Prwident L. Miller. Vice-tfresideiU E. W.Brown, Vice-Pre.ident J.O. Simi, Cnhier ' E. R. M:F r|and, Att't Caibier A. E.- Buna; 2nd. Au't. Caihier DIRECTORS-W. H, Stark L. Miller E. W. Jlrown F.H.Farwell J. O. Sims E. E. McFarland H J. L. Stark A VAILABLE CASH ■ 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 depositors. 4The constantly: increasing number of oui* depositors'.shows | .the confidence place in this strong, reliable banking institution. Your account is cordially* irtvited, and will receive our.'best attention. Capital $100,000.00 Surplus and frofitt $127,00040 i_—_ ESTABLISHED 1889 mS THE FIRST ORANGE, TEXAS H For District Judge. ject to the action of the % primary in July. Wit The Daily Leader Is authorized to iMMWiiai Tlie Lumbermen General conditions in the lumber trade from the manufacturers point of view are somewhat improved over those, exi...

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

MMWjtftasEiSg >i>iMWMiiiitiii'ií^"j^b,i^Mi :: ¿i •*«? * «§ pf i ' F i®l ftp * ^ 7 •' . li,..vc;:i.¿ r:,;í;..„; V=?i- .V'■.-*# §«.. - *-' ' ■ "*■.' ' ' I ' '.'■ L'l" -1 j al ¿ * |fe^B8|ÉSR sfisp*®; g-J/SWr' • " ' 1 iítíiií'í&ÍSÍ' ■".;í / ,,.x - K , j .*•■«*•* •* -v*~ • H "? : i?3pí 3 ^SmSm [VÍ^V'« ■>*'■ ..álÉi iii¡ Ctp. BLAND, Prop. Swlntórd BIdg. FRESH BEEF.SAUSAGEAND I - MUTTON I Prompt Delivery mtmi m GOODEATIÑG Our Place ¡s Cfosn and Sanitary Our Kitchen u a Model for Cleaolinew IS YOURS? Patronize ui once and you are a tailing customer. Our one aim it You. TURTLE THE "C E E" HESTMIBMT O. M. STARK - Manager rRONT STRE.LT A. MCDONALD'S OLD STAND M HP'.III YOUR MONEY BUY A mj NEW ROYAL VISIBLE PRICE $75.00 Best Typewriter Made . Longer Guarantee Simple, Durable * Up-to-Date Barron * Friedlander, ' Dealer . Stewart Building. Houston, Ten. - ^DohTaay tyw. Eridently I make bnt poor progresa In fey wooing. Never ban I met with a woman quite like yott"-Huid In that Indeed l...

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

I I NEWS ",í'n0 • -*• • i locial Notes S •M.Wi' - k -- m Dr. J, C. Summers of Lake Charles is in the fcity on business. ; ■ • . Dr, C. • .E. Phillips of Lake Charles is i$, the -city in the inter- est o.f the .Teutonic Lajid company. : L. Miller, left for Chicago last night rhere he will attend the Republican- convention. v ~ r'-rr":y ♦ • • Mrs. £. Favre of Crowley, La., is in the city on a visit to the family Of Judge J. T. Adams. • • • - ' > Louis Rub'ensteih 6f Alexandria, arrived here today for the pur- pose of attending Judge Goodmans funeral. BP61* • * * Rev. J. W. Tinnin has been con- fined to his bed fot, the past week with an attack of malarial rheuma- tism. = ';■ • • F. G. McDonald, the| popular manager of the Anderson Hard- ' • ware .company, left yesterday for 'Mineral Wells. Mr. McDonald has been complaining for several days, and it is'to be hoped the change will greatly benefit him. • * Mrs. Elizabeth Arcenaux... and Mrs. Regina Traylor, mother and grandmother of Mr...

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

Ri : •«••••- * Anything I -y-!- •••'• : ' -*í v¿', !?; 5-?>K r M< "iWiS-M nM V re as /well as chen necessities charge only. &$£ Anything ta McCOftQUOD . ' • JIT.'.'T: OLUlfg.V MONDAY, JUNE, 17, 1912. HANTS WON < le eUME YESTERDAY WORK^H IMEN'S COMMITTEE K GAMES WEDNESDAY of Prlradi Its Last .Resting Place. M Hi, Sue- Started to Get to'JIlki for Location of on Ticket. Solid Texas Delegation for Taft. m m&miA Chicago, III., jjune 17.—That -the temporary roil prajíaréd by the na- tional committee will be made into the temporary roll of the convention • is the definite word sent to Roosfc iJ^^hytlje Taft leaders this morn- ,.ng7 " "ne colleagues demands that only undisputed delegates be allowed to vote on the temporary roll are ' rejected.,'This menu a fi¿t>t start- ing immediately after the opening of the convention., . Roosevelt de- clares-^hat the roll will never be submitted to the ,• convention. The minute Rosewater calls for a tem- porary roll, Gov. Johnson wil...

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

n® -OFFICERS—W. H. Stark, President L. Miller. Vice-President E. W. Bíbwn. Vice-President J. O. S1nn, Csshier E. E. M:Ftrland, Asi't Cashier A. E. Bum). 2nd. Ass't. Cssbier DIRECTORS—W. H. Stark L.Miller E. W. Brown F. H. Far well J. O. Sim. E. E. McFarland H j. L. Stark AVAILABLE CASH : ¿X* - The amount of available cash on hand at alt times in the First *" * National Bank of Orange is adequate to meet the requirements of ita depositors. The constantly, increasing number of our depositors shows V the confidence placed in this strong, reliable banking institution. Your accoutitJis cordially invited, and will receive our bast attention. " ' v- t Capital $100,000.00 Surplus and Profits $127,000.00 ESTABLISHED 1889 TEXAS ORANGE. THE ORANGE DAILY LEADER W. H. STARK 4-_— Owner S. JJ. WALTHALL ................ Editor L. C. PARKER : City Editor Subscription Rates. Per year ...._ $6,00 Pep month — >50 Per week .--- I—,—-——■ .15 phones New ,Phone —-.539 Old Phone --1. * Contributions will...

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

«sa* ^ U * 35=5 '■ '*, mm A couple of n , i phoning. Apply to Orange Home Tel ephotie Company. •*4 m k ■gjplTY MARKET QLO. BLAND, Prop. Swlniord Bldg. . Both Phone 71 — -.i, .i i' n " ■■ ..i. FRESH VEAL, PORK BEEF,SAUSAGE AND MUTTON M Delivery ■■■1 11 , = uBSi Í r'' . and yet to «orné tfajf alio reel that the solution of the my would* be hers some day. did she" think thla on account of the at range but quiet open emphaals of the old hunter. >' There was much to do"about the camp in the morning. Horses and burro to be looked after. Are wood tp be out, plana tor the day arranged) excursion .|ald out, mountain climbs projected. Later "on unwonted hand must be taught, tocast the fly tor the mountain trout which filled .the «took and poóf, and ail the varied duties, de- talla and tasclnatlng possibilities of camp life must be explained to the "fbu always were one of the moat slowly tb Ml feeT; he GOODEAT1NG Our Place i* Clean and Sanitary Our Kitchen its Model for Cleanliness IS YOURS...

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

' , ,?* y ' . -■ e TgfMWMkvjWí Social 2 í$£° " • " ■t; Wgfii; <¿V';', mm V' iKf! ssfcSilSHI ! Miss Willie Tracy entertained |ith á delightful boat party Satur- ay evening, complimenting her Quests, Misses Myrtle-Berry,-Bes'sie Farmer, Viola Jones \andl Hazel Maes, The party made the trip on the launch Nicholaus, and thorough ly enjoyed every minute of the time, both going arid returning, and while at the lake. The bathing was unusu- ally delightful, and all participated- in this pleasure for a couple irf hours, and then followed a delicious lunch. Those present were: Misses Maes,: «Berry, Farmer, Jones, Natalie Mos- siker, Una Lee Branum, Lois Allen of Gojdthwaile, Edith Beatichamp, Nettye^Joiner, Ida -Tinnin, Gladys ' | McCorquodale and Willie Tracy; Messrs. Roland and Robert "Turpin, Herndon McNeill, Hampton'Tucker, ® Percy Starks, J, E, Harrison,, Mal- colm Pearce, John Russell of" Beau- mont, U. B. McCorquodale, . Frank. Hatton, Finley Tinnin and John Tracy, Mr. and Mrs. Osca...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 18 June 1912

#rms well Hen charge* only. ■ <* m m )LUME V. —— $£Sjf| ....if* IS 2Ei - :VÍ ' V j J Í $ ÉÉ$inTrT^Í^ *,*><'/ - . i'.,v / , UW.Ulll-llJWWHIIIHIMMIIHIIM'llH.I I ■n MM W . PPfflWW *7 Anything Anything in ■ Aeyt ^* McO yn% yt'IBff i'M ;ÍSK^ ORANGE; TEXASi TUE SDAY, JUNE If 1912. 60 SLOW Will Máke Fight Along Conserva- tive Unes and Use'No Pbysi- |g||||fe C*1 Forcé. ^ Chicago, June 18.—At 9 o'clock this morning the leaders for Colonel Roosevelt had a meeting and decid- , ed upon plans ijyhich would elimin- ■ ate all possible idea of cohtroling 61. the convention by .physical force, ill make the fight along con- servative parliamentary lines. • A final, conference of .the Taü forces decided to refuse to accept any suppUmentary reports contain- ing suggestions from the Roosevelt side. All seems to be quiet before the • breaks over the convention, p All members .of the' comthission- ers' court left oñ hoard, the launch Irene, Capt. -Giffin, (his morning for a cruise in search of ne...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 18 June 1912

Is >- i' *C tm HR m Üf IMs* ¡S# _ ^, M MmpwM OFFICERS—W. H. Stark, President L. Miller, Vice-Pretidenl E. W. Brown; Vice-Pre.iden. J.O. Simi, Cathler • E. X. M:F«r(and, Au't Ciihier A. E. Benn. 2nd. am'i. Csshier DIRECTORS—W. H. Stark L. Miller E.W.Brown F. H.Fsrwoll J. O. Sim. B. E. McFarlsnd H J. L. Stark ^ AVAILABLE CASH The amount of available cash on hand at all times in the First National Bank of Orange i adequate to meet the requirement# of its • depositors. The constantly increasing number of our depositors' shows the confidence placed in this .strong, reliable banking institution. Your account is cordially invited, .and will receive our best attention. Capital $100,000.00 Surplus and Profits $127,000.00 . : ESTABLISHED 1889 — ■ - \ THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK ORANGE. TEXAS THE ORANGE-DAILY W. H. STARK S. H. WALTHALL L. C. PARKER • Owtier . Editor City Editor e© 6 - Per year Per month Per week . Subscription Rates. ..$6.00 - .50 „ .IS PHONES HS®lP HSSSSr' BsSife: New Phone Ol...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 18 June 1912

mm RH mi®fl , HflffffHB ■ KB or u tme. pí:! fii for hla >i v>ca «I ii-JeSs# me Company !Í*IÍiÍÍIiÍÍ^, THE GUY MARKET 1 BLAND, ftop. Swintord Bldg. A&I ¡Í ¿ Both Phone* 71 ..',«* íip&ó* iii x , ¿Jf? /■. VEAL, PORK p, SAUSAGE AND MUTTON Delivery and 5CT? GOODEATING Our Place Is Clejn and Sanitary Our. Kitchen u a Model for Cleanliness YOURS? Patronize u* once and you are a lasting customer. Our one aim is to please "You. TURTLE SOUP— SPECIAL SAT. THE "C C r BEST O. M. STARK--Manager FRONT STRttT A. MCDONALD'S OLD STAND $$d'' -&ki $ % YOUR MONEY BUYA IVE W ROYAL VISIBLE PRICE $75.00 Beit Typewriter Made . Longei Guarantee Simple, Durable Í ; Up-to-Date Barron & Friedlander, Dealers. Stewart Building. Houston, a ex. Pfilis ?•: tor No. 44156 will 1 Pacing Stallion Klatawah make the ■Biii Season at Smith's Livery Barns Terms, $15.00 the Season. .«¡.•Upo'!1 Linen and went slowly and to It untU abe I did no casting, way slowly up to* rising canon. thrilledbythe \ the a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 18 June 1912

•• -v;; fe , lit # lili -- **$ mmm cws Social J. E. Smith and W. P. McFarlanji. ha.ve agreed to stand their propor tion of ,the expense necessary to the additional lighting of the" streets, and their names should be added to the list published in yesterday's pa- PC*. ~. WS. ' Mioses Annie Sells and Alice Beck will attend the Epworth League convention,^ which opens in Lake Charles tomorrow. ■ > -v* Mrs. A. Gqlding, accompanied by little "Helen McNeil, left today for a two weeks' visit-in De QuinCy, La. , -♦ • — • Mrs. Wm. Stanton of Houston, who has been -on a visit to her par- ents -here, will leave tppight for her home. i • i Mrs. Richard McClendon of Flori- da is here on a visit to Jier parents, Capt. Tom Davis, and family. * • ' . David Peet of Lake Arthur is in the city, visiting his family. ■ * • Chas. Haggerty of Beaumont is in the city today on business. SENSE AND NONSENSE. Contempt is never forgiven. Advice is something we seek dur- ing moments when we are strong enough n...

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

¿£83us s ^v« i ;/ -y?, r'£ -fM: V!w"::?XiL^ .. . , ,,. tmm «iMlity, :\m um kitchen necessities charge* only. f( ORANGE, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY. JUNE 19, 1912. Anrtbiná in Electrical Goods. $1 Anytbta* to MM Good*.,:4 Any thiol to 8h««t Metal Goods. Aoylbidl in Heating Goods. «¡H .. Anything to Boat Supplies ; | Anything to Roofing Good*. McCORQUODALE, BKOS. z-)' passenger service discussed to meet iomoiqw Party vrn at Five O'clock > Friday. "4 Unce- the announcement of the range Civic League of their lawn ty to bt held Friday night has appreciated by the public, and assurance of assistance reaching; from so many, sources compels s^pSWton of th|j^original pro- hey have now ddj(^d to begin the festivities atjpb'clock in the aft- noon and contjnlie until suth time it may take to dispose of all the cream, "cakes and other delicacies ated. • . táyor Hewson will run the city mower over the lot today. It j been already cleaned by a force men who cut down the weeds and ured all tpash. It wiil ...

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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 19 June 1912

, u ■ —^ ' s''' 0& VÍ r37 Wc'f- ! - " i dppiCERS-W. H. Stark, Prnident L. Milter, Vice-President R. W. Brown, Viee-Prasldíut J.O.Stmi, Cnhier B íí. M :Farlan J, Aw't Cjihier A. E. Bunn. 2nd. * s't. Cs DIRECrORS-W. H. Surk L. Miller E.W.Brown F. H. Far well J- O. Sim. - E. E. McFprland H J. L. Stark GOOD BANK MANAGEMENT ' ; This Bank is wisely and conservatively managed-its loans are care- fully made and looked after-its officers keep-in dose touch with its borrowing customers, so 9* to know always their exact conditions, how much credit they are worfhy of, and just how long they; are entitled to it. This is one of the first requisites of good bank manage- ment. Your account is inyited. Capital $1OO,OOO.Q0 Surplus and Protit&Over $127,000.00 :——ESTABLISHED 4889 * V . THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK ORANGE, TEXAS THE ORANGE DAILY LEADER W. H. STARK S. H. WALTHALL L. C. PARKER — City Editor Owner .Editor Subscription Rates. Per year - Per month — — Per week •— ...$6:00 ... .50 .- .15 P...

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