Rains County Leader. (Emory, Tex.), Vol. 23, No. 34, Ed. 1 Friday, November 24, 1911 Page: 1 of 10
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IN5 COUNTY LEADER.
Novenber 24, 1911.
No. 34. ^
Nor FOR OIJ”RELVKR ALONR. BUT
KR1EKD8 AND OUU COUNTRYMEN!
District court will convene tho ,
I'h ilay »r Dsnemher, and follow-
mg ar* tl,„ Grand Jurors drawn
for tha term:
VV D Pssplss, Ohs* I, Irwin,
if H Mi,reheld, I. L Owens,
R L Fortenberry, E B Holman,
.1 A Abaferomhie, Jess* Lad-*,
E I. I ururr, Q W Luvkolt,
T B Futrall, J T Gresham,
H H StreWk, 1) K Schnmsbsr,
AC Branch, J M Harm.
rant jnav—DEr. 6th.
J H I via, W D Kantar,
II 0 McCallon, J H It mill,
W Y Adam*, 8 L Mercer,
F R KiUg.rald, Clark Bay,
0 K McAdaroa, Oacar Burns,
J A Croat, W A Bullock,
J W Franca, I. M Murphy,
G W Sigltr, Ctm* Weaver,
J W Wilky, D Cuoper,
Will WbilM, J A 0.1,
M C Carter, A R Brsxiel,
Jesse Gunter, J F T»rrv,
Tnut Cooke, Maf Moroland,
F M Pomeroy, P O Hteden*,
Mdm Pralhor, W II Southard,
2nd «V—Dae 11th.
iBaii Strickland, W C McAdnm-,
Baal or Da via. Oar, Carter,
Boat Roluuaun, Fred Croat,
J II Graar,
G J McDaniel,
0 B Morgan,
J D Traylor,
Bid. Rev III.Id*,
W I, Lovelady,
(. i. Neal
\V A Med I in,
B 8 Pitner,
W X Southard,
Macon My rick,
W D Armatrong, J W Armatrong,
LO Power. K A Kuttar,
W O llebiaen, Jeff Brown,
Lon Turner, Ixrn Karr,
T R (Mr, j (t Boston,
New Firm For Emory.
Messrs. Cone A KiUtrnman of
Edge wood have rented the Henry
brick on the Southwest corner of
tire public square and will put in
a tirat-claa* stock of hardware and
furniture. They expect to open
for huainea* about the lit of Jan*
KOK SALK:—A acholarahip.
in the Tvlar Commercial College,
at thir office.
We have opened an eating
houae on tho (Vest aide of tha
square where wo will be glad to
have the public viait u» when
thay ara hungry
Alao, we have a Watoh and
Jewelry repair ahoy in oonneo-
E. P. Bi'ROK and Wish,
The following have our lhanka
Mark Irwin, Will Worceater,
W L Green, K L Branhan,
J B MdCollnm. I I, Brown,
J C Turner, S 8 Saniiord,
N N Campbell, A A Hughev,
G W Wagiion, Jeff Nelson,
W C \ "o», !•. P Vulandiiighaui, jor BUb#crjption favor* the paat
M K Itvlaui, J A Joluia n
S tl lliatgecoih, J 1, 0,1*0 ..
C II Terry, Walter Sliulu
M A Vincanl, W It M inchew
W K K Bowling, K M Prather,
.'hill WKKK—PRO ll>TH
JeaMo tinnier, D K li.ikin*iii,
D II Hoover, A W Welle, .1 8
-cett, ij I. Neal, <J W Herring,
Rev Thus Dement, Kzr* Vaughn,
lee Irwin, \V H Vaughn, .1 I lt'«y, | can ,,,9 \jr. Field II
EMORY CITIZENS WILL
I ^ . BORE FOR OIL.
A Slock Company Organ-
ized to Make a Thor-
For aome yeara there hae tieen
j a general idea that oil flowed un-!
der a section of our county. It
■a a conceded opinion, whether a
| (act or not, that where coal and
I salt are found near each other
I that oil ia generally expected to
Years ago a certain geologist
examined aome of the eoll of our
oounty and passed on it favorably ;
ae indicating oil and it ia claimed j
by aome that we are in direct lint* j
of the Oil Belt running from I
Oklahoma to the Golf. Fur-1
thermore, a man of unquee-
tinned integrity, claiming to be
able to fully locate oil through
the senaitiveneee of hia body, has^
been testing and he is positive
that he hae found oil at a reason
Ably shallow depth With all if
these claims and indications a
company of our Rains County
people have organised with the
view of putting down a test well
and have secured option and
'••ses at q. .te a little aapenaa on
qui'e a section of tha lands. And i
it is the pc'icy of tha company to
develop the Held, if thara should!
be oil here, with tha home people, >
and giving thyB the benefits
without inviting foreign capital,!
more man ia absolutely ueuvoaary
A company from the oil fields j
of Corsicana are now boring for!
oil not a great distance from
Kmory and they claim the indica-
lions are ao favorable for oil they [
have started the second or thirdj
If there ia oil here we want it
to be for our benefit and profit in
Rains county, therefore, we are
offrring stock in $10 denomina-
tions at par, and as soon as a
sufficient amount has been sold
and paid for the company will be
elmii.tn0.1 by the state and
issued, and preparations then
made for boring the first well.
Any one who may feel interested
y "T#m and TW” are a lively pair of
yiMjngdt«*r», just *«*e them romp ami play.
to -loin the
M 'I Drear. Unlit M-'Dous’d, .1 F D Wilkinson.
Yea, we are members of the "Star Brand Family
Right now. we are the most talked about members
because "Teas and Ted” School Shoes have become
ao rapidly popular on aooount of their excellent
Tha "Star Brand” Family consists of over 3,000,000
people all over the world who are wearing “Star
Brand" ahuea. Everybody can t«eeome a member of
this great family by going to
TACKETT & ALLEN,
fcMUHY AND DINtlt-.lt. TEXAS,
and buying a pair of shoes with the “Star" <>n the
heel. These shoes are made for everybody at all
kinds of price*.
We -int the girls and hoys to wear
“Tess and Ted’ School Shoes
All the up-to-dale girls and boys are beginning to do
so. Just try a pair. You'll be glad you did
Your li'tle friends,
TESS AND TED’*
The “Star Brand” Kids.
NOTE: i -< »n<l T.-.r
on of tbF "K(*r Brand’
d” art* mrnilirri
Star Brand Shoes Arc Batter’
: ia president of ihe organizition,
who will be pleaaed to furnish
them with all the information he
M ha* and will alto ......eive aiook nefM
We have a complete lin*» of Scho J Hooka an I Soho- I
und large ship
it'* have jus: received the se ond large shipment of
JEWELRY Hus Full snd an now Offer you the Most
I'ompleie \«*,,r niem fr, m which to select your wants
Y*»'ir l‘ree<'r»p’i'»ne wi!| h* n the Hand* ol l none wno
|j M it** i>rt»h\i.tm in Pharmacy when lent to our
fi l only Cure and freah Dm** will Iw uacd in
''•If tia*r»*n*a L.r rlisi ra.'iiN slViWft ‘J*
and Hoping to i*•»•«! v* a libttiai nhar* of their
the Future we «pf your* for PURiC PRC<19.
dt\n 1? otnn
KUli SAM V-l
Bv Bub While.
The sudden ,‘hange last Salur*
, . . . . Mrs. Falmer was on the sick
day night put tha fin.ahmg touch g,tl)r,Uy |>u!
visited his sister, Mrs. Bob Kita-
Josh Young and family visited gerald, here last week
Louis Young in T antis Friday. Mies Ida Johneton went to her
Ye scribe was in Kmory last school at Miller Grova Monday.
Thursday with tha last of hia — ■"" i. . .a.*,*.■' ■ w———mm
save the high
hogs to die
i priced corn.
) Ambrose Kilagersld was in the
| Capital Friday selling li cent
Ihi cri McBride of Hopkins
! county was vi-i ing in ■ ur village
; Mrs Mattie Jones of Kim vi*it-
I « i Ml* i'*rme, i*st bwiiday
Health of our village good
i,eo. Allen ia going to move
u.i siio; acrr.h •*»
Spring* nett weak
i w*d and (In
i keyhole of a i
Would that bt (he nay to de-
No; a «cn«jl>l<r Huaineta ;
you wouUJ enter dut ng Lanliry
boon, make out a dep. ail stop.
note her improving
Frank York and farm!) are
getting ready to move ' > Okla-
The cotton crop >l our village
is about all oo' and spent, and w*
*rc a- ”ir.; ready f • an Cher crop
Dr. J. i.. Wright is oft attend,ng
school at Nashville, Tenn
Mrs. Bailey spent last T hurt-
day »Lh Mr*. Houston Spink*
in die I’lra neighborhood.
Hud Melton nf Holphur Spring*
snlrihiir t »s in our village Monday hoy-
Clint Hailey he* aold hia place, Mr*. Johneton and labe (Junta
to Mr. Miller of Texarkana and j war* visiting at F.nloe a **tr day*
ia going to move to Solphnri teat week.
Spring* I Will doaaa af Rla wad viaiting
Mr 4 ihnaton wa* ia «a»ffcur|in our villaga Mat oanday. ;
Spring* laat ThuMday mi toafel Ur WNMann of TakArkara ......',sj,werJ| ......
Dr positing Money in Iks Bank.
Would you take
•h>!lar lull* from yn
ihem in a wad and Drop
(he keyhole of a bank'
it tiirouf h
Kiurt, make out a def
anal with the mnn.-v throtgfh
the cashier’* and receive
a l»roprr credit in your pan* book.
So, in paying o«t good mvnr
tor real estate, the name 'mainen*
uiMdont UtctateA that you require
the simple formality of an gpetnui
■ if title li t.... -jlc «a>
i»»r fiMmey in
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Hill, Tom W. Rains County Leader. (Emory, Tex.), Vol. 23, No. 34, Ed. 1 Friday, November 24, 1911, newspaper, November 24, 1911; Emory, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth832309/m1/1/: accessed November 12, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Rains County Library.