Rains County Leader (Emory, Tex.), Vol. 24, No. 44, Ed. 1 Friday, October 4, 1912 Page: 2 of 8
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thirty miles west of 1
ha I h„1 be«n left, j
raids, According !
by Meaican Coo- i
l Mena. surrendered to Hear ,
out her land of the American i
Granada they also turned !
“I Got Tliis Fine Pipe With Liggett
• & Myers Duke’s Mixture” 2?
All kind* of men smoke Duke's Miatore tn all kinds *■*
of pipes—as well as in cigarettes—and they all tell the same
story. They like the genuine, natural tobacco taste of
Oiolce bright leaf aged to mellow mildoeea. carefully stemmed
and then granulated—every era in pura. tn«.i trade tobacco—
that's V hat you set In the LtrgtH <?< /»/ycri Duke's M isture sack.
You get one mnJ a half ounce# cf this pur**, ratld, delightful
w-d In quality, for ic—sod ail
jrt a i"*'S rr psjid
Now About the Free Pi
Inerery m<m ofLt rr*ilcVMr rr Duke's Wiitiws^fw^j^rk
I increased their Individual deposits troops I
I 9lfi.9t6.ik0; their loans and deposit' i that or
j $19,995,990; their loans and discounts j raj<ped
hsva Increased $11,907,147; their aur ! w
' pin* lfi<wt Aaa and the s*notirt of lair
. fu] roomy In the banka was 9^36.966
i room on Sept 4. 1931. than ou flept,
:ed by loyal
consequence of the outbreak j
urred among the toldlerr en- !
outside of Wu Chan*. China. '
alnder of tl<# mutineers fled i
open country alter they bad ,
kttar ked the to’en and been defeated ,
by the loyal garrison. The mutineer* |
. • j were all cavalrymen and numbered
j dMtffeg nineteen foreign and e non n»i- *»•<* won •
j coastwise tassels, the foreign vessels | the artillerymen quartered inside the |
i bkviUft uu iKMiii cargo valued a* 911c I walla to join In the movement, but I
1074,601, of which value 910,615,11 .the gunners at the critical moment!
i was represented by 170,092 jales of failed to keep their promise.
, .ottoB, lh. balance »h,it Th» .ln«ln* of tb. N.lioo.l j
,.»p, O.lvMlon the past »fOk brobtby an ,ud|( of 3,000 pwjpla com-'
.11 rcrortl. In tb« matter of cl.-.r pr,,|,„ r.,,.,.. .„utlvw of Hc'f t.r, In- i
j ance* of cotton OaKeatwp Hmlrn *‘"r | uusiriai kivudliiiv ci»ii «uu reiiftioua \
I ow’ii record, haring on Nor. 20. lit!
I set a mark of JOS.29.1 hales cleared
I overcoming the record of 96,000 bsJesjam)4 m fervor which was not equaled
lever by tile anti home rule conven- j
ilk will sack vow
• kr a p<pe erf or many
laggs Is a man of loose conduct”
Hardly for whenever 1 tee h'm.
community, brought to a cloee a great
"I'm going to whip that child **
"No you re not! It's my child
Now. beat It'"
Havana tbo aan.c tin
first place until this ship t»on ,
en she wont ahead of It by *,j0p,
As a •ummer ten to tl»*ra l« nn medic Ins
that nrite <x>mi>srs« with OXIDINF ft not
enlr builds up ths sv«ten but taken res- |
1 ; *- <
home rule parlli
protanting q-mnn a
mint for Ireland.
reports nf Impending i
Mrs. Wt.-vatnv'a i
Milk-crust all over
tiny b&b/i face
Mothers, If year P»ti* one# are safvrtng
f:om torment In*, u elgbtly skin or sratp
the of ista mother. wH« wdta t
"I do sot know what caused the ■ Lit-
er pt (be eyeballs. It eterteil a* a rack, o4
• u ll« Slug nature, though osiy t.‘irea
*ekl old »t tried to scratch It T>»l la
about a week or tea day* it bud formed
Into crust (Sat «u eery son, vlillkh, and
came of In ecah* For iNwrt w-ekw l
From the fret appliratlaa of th' Peetnol
goi| ai d (He trees t, lo a few bourn, seem
?r? «»•< ••• (he c ha nee t ns
»•*- ■» I cured the tahv with K-eUi<>l
gonp ai d it.-eiuol Olataient AM t" oi>e
will (ry ( • m w ill e«t a get rxaulta that
are laattag" l«ipe<1} Mn, Igeeula 1L
-ye pala, ru e* wind ru
Torn drwr fiel eella Keel r
OtoUi.eiit aifMlvd of
rwmleol c*>, mm
are lovalttahte koum L *l»l r
bleu, butia, eirtk, *o
1 Woe |
uxf. iM. They
»ua, tunui wad
aacaped Into th« wro^ntaln*
Prof. O. M. Reynolds of Taylorvllle
Mias , a tea* her In the manual train
lug sohool at Uie seashore camp
of the t ill
The Frisco subway r* Tulsa, okla..
is to ba thrown open for traffic in s
(aw days H was construct#* i.t a
grounds near here committed suicide
co of 92S.OCO.
The Byitteh option, which
it became Known mat gll.MHt in
was drliv.i bore tbirtv miles e.;st of
noon o** Sept 19 from the National
Newark Hanking Company of New
ark. N. J. The money, in thrt*e bags,
was taken from the tollers race
wgtle most of the employes wots *
Fousacula kboot tvu days ago, waa
nnexpectcdly floated * nder bar own
po^er, assisted by three tugs The
hmtom of the weasel *• damaged and
• **v*ng a little water The Con
leton it. oelng tofred to New Orleans
atcouipliahed (ivm the* corridor 6,
mean* ot a icig poia and hook.
Charged with '‘omrllrlty in tha so-
waerw sue a»»i« go ou 4b* uovk foi
repairs 0to was from Gibraltar
bond for Ht Joe Fla
T„imm Ok!§_. ha* romnieted four ar
called <l/natntt^g conspiracy," fifty
. |»f . *’ffP ’SlS
of labor unions are to appear for trial
Wor* Judge Albert B. Aodcrtoh ant*
u jury lr. th : r.-dcrai Court vf thd In
diwnspoHe district on CVt 1.
One hog was sold on iae Fort Worth
market that brought to Ha twnfr
filial wetla vrllh a dally capacity of
S.UOC.btM gallons and will be used af-
ter Not. 1 he the clt> water supply,
last end of tbo Astasias Hirer
l js old Hobens C«n*»ty ( oun
H«#t4» baa Wt» sold and wlil be mov-
ed »i once *o make room for a mor-
« rfi fir#pr«<»f structure tbs* will be lo-
lif.su It •** one of a shlaissst of*
119 hp«a n:4 iu hr John Bi'tloa of
Caewnx ColbIj Tne is>t averaged 263
• *• i i-
adorned with one of the most beauti-
ful WiriiBf reoeea in tha* aeetioa «»f
fTCF R.beeed Im 90 Mieef...
h.ru • KMiuvry I Hlon or all ktade at i
l«me Itch At iTuggiaf» Ad«.
mooth man la liable to be slip ■
fortuue hunter la a good
r ui.r.i rvu;i\r. l
ol ludr^ya and Bladder
pounds aau sold at ths market top, l>
| U U0 pC JDlll
atone at a ooat of a bo at 960,090.
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Hill, Tom W. Rains County Leader (Emory, Tex.), Vol. 24, No. 44, Ed. 1 Friday, October 4, 1912, newspaper, October 4, 1912; Emory, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth832232/m1/2/: accessed November 13, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Rains County Library.