Rains County Leader (Emory, Tex.), Vol. 30, No. 5, Ed. 1 Friday, February 2, 1917 Page: 3 of 8
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Tula bat MW »«M born in th* hom*
•fitrand Hr*. K A. Wart*ii of the, ,
**-*» ,,H.HU0orb«Hl Tb^., | “‘“P"1 "W,k tw0 I
BtfXt twu mk! M’> Wb imM I Kmory «u<i viciuitv, ■uioiiy which
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Among the Sick
liMf* ba« uoiuitUriblH
4o g-i c>.r lit-wa for last wt*i*x* i-aper
and (Juiily llm-ai* n«d etrongly t»- tUip
bis p*fH-r but wo ms-1* him a long talk
ami told birn a bw baby atoriea (no
which subject we an- wall v**r*~U and
ha deeided. •> >.*• had bit aubitcriptioM
paid up (or the balaue* of (hi# ysar.
tbal ha would lot ut send it on to hiai
for a wbilo longer any wav
Oiw of the twins was a bo) and tho
ntbrr a girl. The boy baby wa« t<om
doad. Tbt* girl and iiiothur are doing
■ tardy, and w* have about|
months in which in make up with
t/oiiiy in Iwfore lime fur him In renew
his autwoription again
Johnaifion Johnson and Newt
Matthews *hip|>»d two car
of h-<ga liere this w-eh , triaalGed
in Lake Furl. Bottom. Th‘*y
shipped them to ins Fori Worth
Uag I’j the stomach or bowels
is a dife«g*«*Vde symptom »>f a
torpid liver I - get rid of it
9 quickly take Herbiue U is a
(Marvelous liver stimulant and
bowel purifier Price 50c. H Id
by C If. Mix
If Its drugs cr sundries you
need cal' ths Newman Drug Co.
They can please v<»u and will ap>
precise* you* trade.
the following cases have ootue
Craig Leach hna been right sick
but is able to be out again.
W. J K«rr, who has been real
tick, is O' 'iivalesoing
Mrs. W. T. Kaiuwster and ton
have been right sick but both are
A. K Cornelius of ths Pilgrim*
eleven Rest neighborhood is able to lie
out again after a long spell of
Uncle Jt hn McLaughlin is re.
ported rivht airk
Mrs. Judge Boyd is reported
very sick «t her home in the Pros
Mrs, Grover Stuart, who has
been right sick, is reported better
Mrs. Dr. Allen lias been right
sick but better now.
Katy Time Table.
Pa*sengnr Northtmuiul 7 :0O
Paaaenger flout h bound 6 .05 P- M
W t HKNNON. Agent..
Dr. T L Lewie, the
of I.unn Oak, will visit
Get your ayes
glasses fitted bv It.
John Day went to Frisco Wed
Dr. P. W p. arson is having a
garage made fur hi*> car.
»,nrti for sale.-— r***% meaiwy
Heed oata foi
Trimble, Point* Texas.
Dl. Abbott of VtoKinney WHS
Ihsre on business a day or tw«> last
K»*r driving out dull bilious
feeling, strengthening the
appetite and increasing the
capacity of the body for w >rk,
Prickly Ash Hitters is a golden
remedy.—C M Nix. special agent
Kvery thing new and up to date
in Harbors supplies are used at
Who Wants A Good Farm? v rt,‘ ' "n■ 1 "G'1 1
G Schmidt Ml Sunday fc
trip to Levies minty, where
will spend a few months
Break your ( old or U(iri|ipe
wilia a frw (Iom4* of IMIfi.
"A Luss of the Lumber I and/'
is the new sen t< *t *he Emory!.
01) a''re w it h aiiout 7o iii cultivation, I
J1* miles of Bright Htar scI. m. house,
two set* of houses, good |hjoJ, well,
etc1 i acre orchard, mo*tiy Kiberta-
and pos»«-*«ion can lie given «n part, if i
sold at (Nice Tins is good land, well |
situated and is one of the l>e*t farms
in (he «ouhtr> fur the money u«k«d
•.'’em A payment of tAisi down and
poU-. on baiance to »uit (in- buyer, i
Tbis is your opportunity to get you *
splendid hums ami pay (or it while
making a living on it ff interested
cad at or address thi- ..ffic*
J. A. Amid went io Point Wed
nestjwy to ship a car -f huge pur
ohaeed Irom Merrunau Pollard.
l he Nt-wmari Drug Htor* invites
y<u to call on ihetn PJv> r> irung
fresh and new
New line of Watches and lew-
dry Just received at TarbutlonV
Call and s**e them.
We had one of (hose d fa**h»
ion d UiUo n >riiiers W ednesday
night, the kind that fre t s the
nose off of a brass tn -nk *y.
.Inn K rr of Paris has he**n here
thie week at the bedside of his
lather, Mr. W. J. K**rr, who hss
l*eeu very sick.
„ A burial outfit was bought
here Wednesday lor a five year
old child of Mr Tyree, wh* di**d
in the Honafizs neighborhood,
The in a n who was ‘born tired*’
Kd Taylor will pay the higheat you are pur** to euoceed If you
market price for fur of all kinds haye never trained tor it it
., . , Write for our catalog
ere you ar
n aged w stnan
0 »k for farvi-
at 'his office.
e Cham be
Attorney Ship relumed Wed
oeeday morning from Golden,
where he had b*-cn visiting In-
father, who was very »iok.
In a difficulty in (he Dunbar
u»i,bl>orhoo<l bui)(j«y murnu., j ,|,..uld Pr.okly A«h
Iaroatvr . repurUnl to it u.hk^. work b u.o..ait)i t
h«y« r»t»iv«l .Hv-r.l ki.ilH wuun'l. ;^I¥B ih, ..... r,y and ta-
but none of tb**m dangerous
A child that has intestinal
worms is handicapped in us
growth. A few doses Of WhU» rn
Ci *aui Vermiufuge de*tr< i. ..
tXpwis worms; the child unnieji
ateiy improves aod thll.ea w.m
deritilly. Pric** 260 per notti
Sold by C. M Nix.
beranc** of spirit* generated » y
I ftinctionsl activity in the system
-C M. Nrx specisl ag**nt
*Urear handies in* l est flmr
in town—Grey Goose and Ligni
house. " After you us a Hack
you will agree with the rest
Mrs 11 |). Gsrrett went t<
Garland Wedn**adav in auswt-r tn
a message that tier father wa*
J, L OaldWHil left Thursday
morning tor west Texas a id New
Mel.Cl lie eapeots to l»e gone
about thirty days.
Harvicss ai I nun
PrcacMrig on 8ec«)mt and Fourth
Hjndajfs II a. m. and 7* IA p, m
Huuday school at 10 o’clock a m
Ssrricti at I’uiril
Preaching on First and Third
Hunda)s at 11 a. in and 7 :IS p. m
0omfaj »dswl at !'• '>>lock a rn
here Friday an
Bur I and Jac
tor Moore end
Oak were Km»r
dav. and tin* ( w
ant callers at
d Ok 1
day on bu*
r Hall of Lone
visit rs Wedm s
iaif * r wefe pleas
he Leads" sane*
Mrs. 1. II. Htrkev returned
th< first ot the week from a visit
Kl’B- MV• T|SM~Antiseptic,
Rrheves Hdwumitisin. >pram*.
Have your prescriptions filial
by e registered phai maci «t. Care
ful a»'d courteous attention giv*»n
> all.—Newman Drug Co.
O-r your next shave at
Worth he first of the w*eg <»u
0-orge 4 lt*ta> der add Signor
M >r e\ v-nt » Dallas the fitet
o» tb- week '•» carry tw’ of the
A iii Harrison f. .v « to place them
n the orphans home
f Judge Humph »y «**d s«»n,
[Alex passed through Kin- r\
'Wednesday en mute to M’«*od
' L J Oreer was n Gr-envil|e
Operated on Monday
Mrs. Ada DufTev and dnughter,
Miss Hankie, went to Greenville
Sunday, where the latter under
went an opeiation for appendicitis
^at the Itectou sanitarium Monday
W« arc glad to report the opera
tinu auccesstul and that ihe patient
is now getting along mr^y
Dr. Pearson (if this city w<-i
t«» Greenville Monday to f»e pi*-
ent at the operation .
Bergen Carried to Dallas
Art i tun in the Kveoiug Journal
-f. at «ni.|rr ia«t week reported h^* ifhcars
Prraehlnuon K. otiI. S.ib.U, .f .,l(r„d j B*re»u lo
'-r,"K,n ........ l«t week w hav him -
ll.Tgeo 1. o.inir hal.l »' liraau-
aill** or Ibe rnur.iar o( 0. A
i)la«. at I'oim. and th« <»• rd
“ Vfn^|t«<r ’ m«ana taking hia
picture There «r m, new de-
ralopm. nu in Ihia oa.e, »o f.r
*» oan find out
s*ahool every Buiciaj at b
The public is cordially Invited
1. W. Oririiu,
hoolevery Hunday at Ufa.
iat you arc and
and vou are wriat
* it! Al say a be 11
you are satisfied don't read fur
tner The world of wage earn*
ere is a world of hopers, wisher*,
and heaitators h* hi down by
ieh doubts und empty fears. 1
less thousands »*f bright, fi
young fellows whose wish b-
t- where uieir back boo* ougl
be, *re eiousAb v afraid
timid, clinging with the dr wnmg
man, grasp to their slender teach
salaries, because they think bo*!>
ness is a mystery and they
never earn to succeed in it
You must be more, have more,
and do more in this life or you
will always be seeing
that arc gcung more
more of thi- world's enjoyments
and comfort* than ou. W e
point you to hundreds ot young
men and women n>» smarter th
you that lire n w *uoc^si
happily engaged in a bt
their own, because (hey our 1 neti
tution **nd secured s businew*
training and prepared themeeiyc#
4o g* into the buslne** office and
w< rk ao>ng with train- d m-n and
and heo .me master* ,<r the a»t «>f
d nog buwoieas.
Husmes- is not a happy go"
luckv, hap iazt<d sort >1 a thing.
If v )u underai md it thorougly.
STKAYKI)—4 year old brown
spotted <‘«-w. brand’d I K on feft
side Information of n«*r whera
about* will b*» appreciated and
rewarded by W D f'erpU*,
Kmory. Texs* 4 3t
One Kan — Horse Power
IwT Klr««la I*
ouuae few ta
l«* Tiitr J
Wk If <k* Kir
•*t* k*( e* a»«
Ur* If %• It*
I >r nearly anuart. rronturvtSoKinUIn HoraoPoeor Stump
Puller h.*« t.r«*ved it* aupartorSy no V*uth«^n **un.p iandt.
Tbouaand* of South- rn iarmor* have bean started on the road
to pruopeni) by a Kit at in.
It la daaisned for Southern work and vrUt nut) anvtWn*
M tAckiea, be S n (hkfc. proon ptkr, a deeply tntbe-ooed tap
root or a Acid of hundreds ot heavy atumja The nr w tnple
power and auton.it n take-up enable It toprr (.rrm the heaviest
work with rapidity, o-rtataty and without atrain on man.
home or machine.
hk* It «a ».n **
i-twr we*h»« t«
e ach V • 11 * r I
IIS M a»rcei<
ikt.pM tk.i aa r
The One Man Puller get* the bitgeat atump*. too. Mamet
panscek*)'^-. Double leveragefpvea you a suit's power; a
push on the handle mh ant a pull (g »<h.» on the wtumrv Qetua
an acre trocn uua anchor ana clears it ready (or the plow.
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Hill, Tom W. Rains County Leader (Emory, Tex.), Vol. 30, No. 5, Ed. 1 Friday, February 2, 1917, newspaper, February 2, 1917; Emory, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth832139/m1/3/: accessed November 21, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Rains County Library.