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

■ - iesé m ':.vv., v;'."rV ■ ■■■ t«t «im.Éiíl#Í aa i s '« **■ '! L AND, Prop. Ill ¡S*K " g$g == ap-SS 0 FRESH VEAL, PORK —F, SAUSAGE AND MUTTON , ¡P:r 'rompt Delivery an&j-jj the moment be pltmged straight ahead through the trees, cutting off the bead, leaping with superhuman agility and strength oTer rock and log* until he reached a point whare the rffPnarrowed be- tween two walla and ran deeply. There and then the heaven# opened and the floods came and beat Into,the .open, maw of that vast crevh And fllled It '.t ^4 8t«it ■■■■■■■■■ BwPlSf, I {Eat a —1 soul in its vain about Mm and « the* men, rather the rec'use of the eoli- these thoughts to life; Indeed, It Is «utte he scarcely realised them such possibilities did not themselves to him. Perhaps ,jfc man was a little mad .that morn- tef, maybe he trembled on the vergs ot a break—upward, downwind, t know not ad it be away—unconscious- ly as he strode along the ranee that GOODEATIISIG Our Place if Cle an and Sanitary Our Kitchen...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 19 June 1912

.. v>-,' '■ v. ■■ Pfs ■ ■■ ' a HK SOCIAL NEWS Social Motes Joseph^ ífatch, ErVin Brantim, Moife Cragcr, Alonso Lcvingston, Aikcn and Claude Malóne. • • • The Five Hundred club met • yes- terday afternoon with Mrs. Win. Ried -on: Pine street. In the gaines Mrs. R. A. Moore made, the High score. The -guests tfere ser salad cpurse with ice tea. Thé'dut) will meet* next week with Mrs, R A. Moore. AH club members and HHH also MissjeswI,ucile Slade, Har - ri*;i HrTL Fountain left, on the, noon j £Up fr¿m state banks train for Béaumont, where he will and bankers ...'. tránsart |||jjn «« Due from approved re- - Last evening a crowd of merry- maleers .gathered at the ;home of Mr. C. E. Slade on Pine street, and tendered a surprise ~paiTy to Misses Lucile and'Gladys Slade. The piano selections by Misses Flavia Wignall, Theta Sholars and Nea Portwood ris, Olive'- Túrpin, Addie McNeill, ' added t0 the delight and enjoyment Ir,ené Hustmyre, Margaret Dayid- of all present, and helped to make s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 21 June 1912

«y §1§k^ís#? ■■ * «:&.f Mm&l illffk,. Ife i ¿fe wmfm I |^J§® i • ■ ' . • - ". . • • '"• 'UNK"-'aU -y-: -: 0. B. C. WON GAME mmmm i W0M I^épI wfcfSáih&tfm tm¡> for tlw M in. rare form, 1 Ml ^H| Merchants^ na ¿S H Saying I ., Juné 22—Bryáh tó- a telegram t0 Speaker Burke, $999, Gaynor saying tíat, he will then in opposing * as- temporary- He said $at -whereas, be) suggested that some progresaivi should 'be chosfen, eight members ol the subcommittee agreed upon a. re actionary, but upon pne Democral who is tn the eyes of fge people most conpslcuously identified with the "reactionary; element, 3 ttiat he would tomorrow^ £ng opposing team a meas ley sum of' ... y,:-while the Orange stung the hide for thirteen hit ting as many rnns. Holt the receiving end of the the said superbas. . One Reidland was lected by the ¿ El C< to put a crimp into our Wes and failing to " ssigned, gave wa :-2 - '-V.C of the city Jralng in secretary, M. A. the. als for the ¿K. Barden> ot; Mis...

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

: • r : -tit? sjr, & ark, President C Miller, Vice-Pr, ). O). Si«V;«Mhier E. E. M'#«Uad/Ay't'( DIRECTORS—W. H. Stark L. Miller E. W. Brown . E. E. MeFarland :i;V' H J. L. GOOD BANK MANAGEMENT ipSS? Wñ ISífP WBS This Bank is wisely and conservatively managed-its loans are.care- fully made and looked after-its officere ké*p in close touch with its borrowing customer*, bo as to fcnowalways their exact conditions, Tiow much credit they are worthy 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 invited. Capital $100,000.00 :(MW^Surplus and Profits Over $127,000.00 ESTABLISHED 1889 THE FIRST ORANGE. TEXAS *? BANK T . mMF - - m THE ORANGE DAILY LEADER P 'Ml m •aKf:: m W. H. STARK _..^- *S. H. WALTHALL L. C. PARKER ... .,... Owner Editor .... City Editor Subscription Rates. Per year..—..... ~|6.00. Per mortth I. ......... -SO Per week ..«— —• -'5 PHONES New Phone'— Old . Phone 339 4 m . MM 'jr. ; 1 1 1 ' 11 V...

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

Ipil ^fe. "•■ wiM JM 4§W# í jrou can Have your r¿í y-> $<><' ' / i" ," , .v'*'•'?• rt him. his prop-am, c lr cum- nevertheleaa a rational > only one. How was It out? f he man easily SP*ii' a-ae and a half wouldn't B .^ÍÉiwntrg-wiiMsa •sirsarfcr™ up to my camp and than I will try to «lid your people and *y fi .' "But I tall you I cant walk." Ton dost bar* to walk," «aid the * with aolor cheek. fall into the torrent," putting her hand to ng by apeech to pot i remembrance. n't faU in," ww Th wm a cloudburst yon Lit." ' " 1 WSJ PS : came I barer to "Did you Jump Into th* flood WL yob haro saved my to th. $lf^ÍÍSÍi He did not make any apology for bla next action, he Just atoo and. disregarding her faint Md objectlona, picked her up in hit her aa the heroes of romancfts da B#t he wm u m«b tor beyond the average in atrength. and with * «tout heart and a resolute courage that had always parried him successfully ►Y«r he attempted, and need of all his qualities, pbyal- méntal, ...

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

r'-' r wm mm III em SmSUBt FROWN DOMESTIC. Good weight Brown Domestic, Í ft • \ $ ' ' f f'/\^ ' " i ' • 1 V¿.> '~.\a *-( • ' 36 inches wide, good 7l-2c value j you can use this by the S¡SSí j bolt. 20 YDS. FOR $1.00. tivv' • r; •• V\ 11# ; *$52 £ I-". i.-fi Í- * <<il I,':••"%■ «MÉHMffiasi . r:-1' V; SATURDAY and MONDAY marfcsffie climax of our very successful! 10 days sale. The values Saturday and Mondav. T slip Wmt 4 *.'f^ ;Mp~. wm SS|fe sr'm l?"Á< ison. Reductions in prices that will signalize it as a wonderful BARGAIN CARNIVAL. Yoú may expect bargains that are genu ■ sHnHB argains. ' m 10 YDS. CALICO, 39c. (Best gfade Calico, all colors, a new shipment jus re- ÍV '•" * . * ' H oeived; one hour only, from 10 a. m. to 11 a. m.-— 10 Yards, 39c. (Limit 1.0 yards to customer.) /V WiP .J? C.J tei v NOTIONS 25c Dozen ladies' full bleached regular size handkerchiefs— V" .■-" - • : V " A good 10c value— 21 2c EACH. V Colgate Foot Powder 15c Hair Pins, eaclis —...... lc ••• m*m...

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

baseball ¡ü in the aspir- ter- a..* out, mi 8-í ;Ix) 0 •ope sweet strains of music—lagniappe ige, .Stephenson and Seydler and "of | ffiSgfekM ■a w$m . ;í^• ..>•.... Prominent Young Society Couple Came Near Being Victima of Serious s up in mHw blinds, by the fir em, automatically up, and when the mofir is cut pressure is released and the "allowing the machine iy decend to "tfctj earth, ''craft is equipped with a series fting propellers' which are by the same motor-that run driving propeller. It itc&üKtf the aerodrome will Ve the much quicker than MSbe ordinary >®[oplane, and as a consequence «^nl^ under headway, high in the air, before the machines of other makes can possibly clear the ground, v Mr. Mayhew states that he is greatly < handicapped on account sufficient fundi with which to secflre a high-powered motor and wise finish hí« invention. The chine, as It now stands, is model, and; it will be necei build another along more si ffore it can be given/a f ¿making prep...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 22 June 1912

'mmmimñ ma m —W. H. Stark, Prafelent L. Miller, J. O. Simi. Cuhitr B. Ei M:Karlaad, Ai u üflWl E.E. McFarland HUI Kftj W&m mMWkm GOOD This Bank is wisely and conservatively managed-its loan* are care- , fully made and looked after-its officer* keep ft close touch with lt« borrowing ctwtomers, so as to knQ*ailway tbeir é*act conditions, 1 ^XlAk' >¿Ü ÍA1* k*«f am ^ ««fen . intf nnv lim¿ thfty Átí} > kJ§S1 ^B&5R iÍE$1 W&M ;'-V' Jit they are .worthy • ? entitled to it^This is one of tbefirtt requisites ofj^od bank manafie- meat. Your account is invited; Capital $100,000.00 FIRST . Surplus and Profits Oye* $127,000.00 " * 1889$ NATIONAL. BANK ORANGE, TEXAS s;% my.; &¿M ' With The Lumbermen Farwell Contributed By W0 pig ••v HI VmM m. ■: 5®i' With the temperature at 65 degrees early the morning of e 20th," and thai on the Gulf Const in Southeast Texas, conclusion is, that it has rained somewhere. ; The tuestion is, " Where!" The daily papers in the past few days jave ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 22 June 1912

\ V- í i> pMHff, Paths he often trod transient, perishable, > ev- h*a weakling that he at th* first sight of another 1 -r S Ü a* rmammium a*'a ®** ** ■ **"* «* 32 Piece Semi-Vitreous Dresden China Our Circulation been old subscriber 'Mv Set. in makingj BMMÍ? secure a 32 piece Pi i ■ mil ■■ to PHPHW^i ppi all women saared. i®. X:Í2r T - <®y ?few Vitreous Dresden China Breakfast glet for Jlie delire of absolute first,, quality and pfcrfeot in every way, decorat- with 111umiuated Pure «Mold Band, Edge. secure tli4s beautiful Breakfast Set i for any old months in advance for the Daily Leader, plup ONE DOLLAK . ilill m ■r; ívwrfrttasta,' flHÉaÉMM would fain Bee « she aüa^ot >ii pi P: : they had been driven in lonely oases in vast des-1 ; and they had peopled their aoll- BBM8 of a disordered •M «■ffflBTOigMyp IX. ■ . the- san and thn /.«tata 'the* latch nnrl Once more the hand the< oM>c units of the tfyto the latch. > The barricade ■ (broken 'p. tangible, yetsi Into' ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 22 June 1912

¡m /'V ' í8®® ^fiSsfih . : kmmn 15 i ¡vp ~!SjSjfc The Radies of the Orange Civic League wish to extend their sincere and hearty thanks, and express tc the public their .appreciation of the kind assistance, rendered' them by Prof. Cohn and the entire "member- ' ship of the Boosters' Band. It is a matter of touch gratification to tht ladies and tht public to feel that tht director and members of this band djd so much to - make the occasion the ¿feat succesl that it really was. Sincere thanks is also extended to Mr. Trimble, for, his kind assistance in the matter of donating lights fot the occasion. ^ There art also a number of per- sons who made smaller donations, the aggregate of which go to make ÉJ' the total success and we wish to expend, collectively, our sincere : thanks to each and every one who * |v donated' money, necessities or serv- ice. • By order of the president. . MRS. OSCAR S. TAM, Secretary. Í > • • • Yesterday morning-about 8 o'clock 1 a crowd of pleasure hunters l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 24 June 1912

n ' . - i - - ' ÍÉfl& .'""" - .-¿it* ífal '* Laying Corner Stone of For National Con able <*&##*& Church Will Be Next Sunday. L^" to Orleans the same ally dutl, | a trifle lie of sorting •gjtnerai nd- itt to ÜÉÍ Admitted of Firat r Church. m m were conducted at the First Methodist church yfester" consid i the Interior-Southwest | and Arkansas—t lie ¿rowing crop and fur Ian ting is regftrted as progress- >, giving promise of earliei results than was antici- pated a few weeks agof The recent s ,ln Texas have helped the situa- ¿y. so that the outlook to poitajJto a yield quite tjie I of'any pXlÍ&us year^The con- bs in ArkaM^fud in the River parishes give evideaig^of marked im- provement, with every Indication of happy outcome from what appeared to be a deplorable situation. Cables and correspondence from abroad report Rough Rice dearer; 'Spot Cleaned," market firm hut quiet. Dan Talmage's Sons Co. telegraphs Louisiana Crop Movement at New Orleans to date: Receipts...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 24 June 1912

'"M & ísBM y' ■• fi ' . S WBm H 11'Pi-' Mmj i Galilei «. E. M :F«laad, A ' H. Stark L. Miller E. W. r1?vaí ¡fe B McFarland *"?■ :'H'' PROOF OF STRENGTH mm, , ... MHi gíMpwi ■i mfc The fact that a Bank is on the National Bank Roll of Honor is a distinction of which a finan- cial institution may be proud. It shows Security and Careful Management. The Roll of Honor records the Fi«t National Btmk^s follows: 1st in Orange, 59th in Texas anf 91Lth in the United States. Business and household accounts subject to check are solicited, Capital $100,000.00 Surplus and Profits Over $127,000.00 ESTABLISHED 1889 — ——¡ THE FIRST, NATIONAL BANK i —' — ^^'^ORANGE. TEXAS, - "' '' -—- m THE ORANGE DAILY LEADER It. .rill' . ' ■Wpt'3 H. STARK H. WALTHALL C. PARKER —- Owner Editor City Editor Subscription Rates. Per year -— ---• ?er month —1 week -—— f" ..,$6.00 .... .50 .15 „ HPBwr«K3«V,i i. 't '" -'' ,v* ¿ÍV-. PHONES w Phone 'i— — Id Phone ....539 .... 4 Contributions will fee gladly re- ceived, an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 24 June 1912

X Wmi . mam w<-rmüP%¥ IBPPifeSSSl J|li| * SL%$®S$ilsa ■-,t ft*1 ppf «hart' ed, ¡and when he t<w9s iC?«# Oced that bis dark hair waa tinged white. He *M dressed in a leath- unting suit, somewhat the worse . fillliWtmmmi PRICE $75.00 Typewriter Made Longer Guarantee ~é"1 Simple, Durable Up-to-Date 4 Friedlander, ■ IIS of ' In a amall. rough. wooden frame which d on the table before which she -down. The picture was of a bead- i^maiMi^¡irillf Bold Kaltli&d thit before «aythlnc <|iii^5$Shi0 not have been a woman if that not ansaaed her attention maw than any other fact in the She picked it up and studied : and earnestly, quite uncos* Ot the reason for her interest, able to realise all tto clrcunx- <tfberaa<<mUfré. •he did so she her life a man hud come, and what- ever the course of that life might be In the tature, he would never again he out of It. It was therefor* with mingled and untranslatable emotions that she stud- led tbis picture. She marked with a certain r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 24 June 1912

«Pl mm*. ■■mm jWM m oí the Southwestern Telephone & Telegraph company, oí Beaumont, was a business.' visitor here today, and favored the a call f í; i Saturday evening at 5 o'clock A crowd of pleasure seekers left the O. & N. W. wharf on the launch Xicholaus for Sabine lakq, where they passed away the evening in th? capacity of a bathing party. Aftej enjoying • this pastime for a few hours a luncheon was served, much to the delight of Misses Fannie New- port, JL'na I¡ee Branum, Nettye Join ~'er, .Lois Allen," *Edith; Beaushamp. Grace Bailey, Willie Tracy, Natalie Mossiker, and Mesirs. Roland 'fur- pin, H. Tucker, ¿laude Malone, John N."Russell, and Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Canterbury and children. ¡KM! A iFire alarm was turned in yester- day morning about 2:30, theA location of the blaze oeing on Lake. street, Sputh Orange. The fire department responded promptly, but after learn- ing tire house was out of the fire district, turned back.. The building was owned by Rev. Sam Oliver o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 25 June 1912

HBi tÜÍ .Í ■RHP#** Denton will is- i hereftó- fsajl the Salí" ar which and clubwomen will unity to meet the of- tors. | ction of officers will be I a week from tomofrow and the is already on in full blast, he leading candidates for president «eral federation, succeed- Moore of St. ; -who will retBfy, are Mrs. Phil arpenter of Ne^LSfork and Mrs. sine w of uvo-color ht^ininyr -a few h u nd rthe general appearance ¡s lass in every respect. Indeed, consensus of opinion among and newspaper men, so Mr. enton states, is that it is the most attractive publication ever issued in Texas or Louisiana It is decilediy a credit both loathe editorial man- itil 8 p. pv agement and the printing firm that ESliS^sPrpj-oduced Ü- • As its name implies, it i$ published primarily in the interest of the In- tercoastal Cartal project - through Louisiana and Texas, and the first number contains an . exhaustive re- view of that enterprise, giving in de- tail the status of the work at the present tiiwe.. Mr. De...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 25 June 1912

i * ' •V"'.-:' ftjj i i L ■'■"■'lTrr"rT,. S±3 * ■ fú ' iVf^ mm mi MéM *rr: *# —OFFICERS—W. H. Stark- Pre,idelk L. Milter, Vice,Pre.ident E. W. Brown. Vice-President J. Oí Siro?, CuWer S, E. MViIÍ««I, Au't Cnhier A. E. ¿ano. 2nd. Ais't. Cashier MRECTQRS-W. H. Stark L. Miller É. W, Brown F. H. Farwell J. O. Si mi E. E. McFarland H J. t. Stark ss iW PROOF OF STRENGTH The fact that a Bank is on the National Bank Roll of Honor is a distinction of which a finan- cial institution may be proud. It shows Security and Careful Management.'¿The Roll of Honor records the First National Bank as follows: 1st in Orange, 59th in Texas and 911th in the United States. Business and household accounts subject to check are solicited, Capital $100,000.00 m Surplus and Profits Over $127,000.00. ESTABLISHED 1889 -—— THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK ORANGE, TEXAS BffiR THE ORANGE DAILY W. H. STARK S. H. WALTHALL .. L. C. PARKER ...-f.... Owner Editor City Editor PSsbSK:' ■ m Subscription Rates. Per year — $6.00 P-er ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 25 June 1912

mm ¡ hmmm Pa with me " ni I will brine nr- IfelW^Pg;# i?:;-:. ill . ¿s** ft1- ^ iflfllllpí lü^S 11 $75.00 Best. Typewriter, Made Longer Guarantee Simple, ^Durable Up-to-Date , Barron & Friedlander, Building, n, Tex. "You w what the cloudburst «Mar- ly did lor you," was the quick swer. "If they did not get out of that pocket, there to nothing left of them >, rv* <--z m&K M /K'- file Pacing Stallion MmM rflSslSSp Klatawah Register No. 44156 will make tht Season at •$ Livery Barns* Ternis? 15.06* the Reason. "But they must have escaped," per- sisted the-girl, fifchtlng down her alarm at this blunt statement < ble p^ 'f Besides, Uncle Hoi most of the rest wer« climbing on* of the peaks, and—" "They will be all right, theni but« I am to find the ! lace and tell them your story, I must go now." i He turned, and without another word or a backward glance, scrambled down the hill. Tb* girl limped to the "the cliff over which he had and Stared after him. She ihed him as Icq* ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 25 June 1912

s 8R? SU is® NEWS TREATMENT WORM INJU ■ ■ iifil A. crowd of merrymakers livened tb<i_^own last night with their mir.fh- ful laughter as they drove- around the' city. The occasion was 3 hay- ride given by Miss Irene Hustmyre in honor of-.the visiting young ladies Everyone seemed to be at the height of their pleasure on thiw de- lightful ride, and especially so when fruit and candy . were distributed them. Those present were: ..•Mioses Ruby Béttis of Dallas, Miss Novaiine Bettis, of Beaumont, Theta Shplars, Lucile Pearce, .Lucile Sladc, Virgie Watson, Natalie Mossiker, Addie McNeill, Louise Ried^ Ter- ressa Sholars, Laura Wilson, Haze! Hustmyre, Josie Harris,- Nea Port- ■wood, Irene Hustmyre, and Messrs >Malcolm Pearce, Earnest Ried, P. P - Butler, Percy Stacks, Chas. McFar- lane, Edgar Brown, Joe Home, L. H. Wharton. U. B. McCorquodale, Chas Tannér, W. M. Ried and wife, Jack Lasley and wife, and Mrs. F. W. Hustmyre and Lawrence • • * The Ladies' Aid and Missionary Society of th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 26 June 1912

AriVtftilnd Anyiuif)^ McCOR 7 !!lv^.#w 1 Üx •>■■£& mW- ik ••■■ i i* &1 itfc i Wk i • ' 111 M„ liiliifili m ' i i WIS *EÍ33 M«Í í *J?i ' , • * i* £3 PiW S?MÍV: ¡tí -^SfSMMii ' '' ■ • THE S|*ü éktUífifál TRIP mwmm SSH Houston Municipal Band and About Bid for Dredging Sabine River to Depth o 25 Feet Will Be .Re ceived Until July 20. ' Crowd Spent Day and Report That Waahtub of Fish Ware Caught ' George B. dressed Terrell Small of Alto Audience wSBtmPi Last Night. ' ■ jg§¡j§iy{^ifftw* JEsaMa& to es, conven *the another ile tíf chair man, to serve, chagrined the ,uke Lea that 'tiüalvÉi^ etifcí: y. i the faction lüwne doubt " they ijrUi try to put over a «andidate. i motion of Bryan, the resolu . Committee voted to adopt the platform after, not before, a candi- date was named, the vote was 41 i [' for and 11 against.:'' |f .A new program has been ratified the convention. Many leaders tlx. concerned by Bryan's success in gtf^ng this by the coni in • speec^^É^n said he knew t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Leader — 26 June 1912

WW{ W |m ;f- iml i- «#a£«. Mmk * {:m éMh • '. S"ír <■ t «=== FFICERS—W. H. Stark, Pre,ideal C. Miller, Vice- ; . JU O. Sito , Ciihíer E. E. M ;F«lsad,;Ati't Cuhier DJRECTORS-r-W. H. Stark L. Miller 'E: W, Brown F. tí. FarweU ■ E. E MeFarland H J. JU Stark at E.W. Bro« A. R. Baño. PPvBL J. O. Sin PROOF OF STRENGTH The fact that a Sank is on the National Bank Roll pf Honor ii .a distinction of which a fin¡ cial institution may be proud. It sho^Securityand Careful ^Ianaáen\ent.3í The Roll of Hoi records the First National Bank as follow: 1st in Orange, 59th in Texas and 911th in the United States. Business and household accounts subject to check fire sohtited, finan- nor Capital $100,000.00 Surplus and Profits Over $127,000.00 ED 1889 ' ' THE FIRST NATIONAL ORANGE TEXAS IMS ÚJÍj US ! ' ■i..,, i ii . i, 11 ■ .. m 'u.'n.ii' ■.1i -..-.ii.. ■ .. rz THE ORANGE DAILY W. H. STAfeK S. H. WALTHALL L. C. PARKER Owner Editor City Editor Subscription Rates. Per year .... Per month Per week - .....

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