Rains County Leader (Emory, Tex.), Vol. 30, No. 17, Ed. 1 Friday, April 27, 1917 Page: 3 of 8
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Begins Monday Apr' 2ord—Closes June 1st
A chance tor 6 week’* eificieui w«»rk A school fur uacher* anil
prospective teacher*. *i*o pupils who desire to mak • up on any of
grad* subject*. Opportunity given to specialize on any subject
Arrangement*! made to teach lower grade* aiao. Certiin ate eunjecir
• specialty For further information addrese or aee
G. M C MASSEY. JR . Conductor
katy Time 1 able.
■ Northbound 7.&o A M
r Btiiithttointd 6 tj P. M
W K. HKNSO
"CA1ALARIA CHILLf & FEVER?
Ur. T L. I^ewn the Dentiai '
of Lone Oak/ will visit Emory <
1 1o \\ hitlln H a-id nave mon* ( 1
ey on groeene*.
I. I*. Cam was a Greenville vie- |
Cash yonr produce at L Cline s 1
on the seat side of the equate. ,
Hiss Ora Cooke Went to Lone I 1
Oak (Saturday for a visit with rel- ! 1
Two good milk cow* lor sal*—
' IW.J W'liuenant, 14 unis* East of
Take your u**t grocery bill to!
| Whittle’#. The price* ar* the
Mr and Mr* T. N. Tackett re-
turned Friday evening from a lea
days visit at Dalla*.
M. A. Markova* returned tne
first of the * * k from a two or
three week’* stay at Marlin Welle.
$ ADVANCED $
prices does not apply to our prices #
Cultivators. Scrut chert* |
and all kinds of Plow Tools at - £
prices that will interest you. #
Ashburu Hardware Store
W ire you
. H. Hood
“ Get Our Estimate First
Don't have your car painted until
you see us.
We feel sure we can tell you some
things about automobile painting
which you ought to Know before
p'aclng your order.
Painting automobiles Is not lihe
pointing houses no more than build-
ing automobiles is liKe building hou^w.
Automobile painting is a trade of its
own. It tahes a specially trained
worKman to mshe a cai looh liKe
new and stay that way
Wo are now in a position to put
through a faw Jobs of first-class auto-
mobile painting in very short order.
But we would advise you to see us at
| once if you want pron.pt action.
Arrington Bros’ Garage
Emory, - - Texas.
If you need Barbed
will find it ai the h
frOR SALK. — big rang* at a
bargain, rather loan move it. —
W. L. Grown, Emory, Texas.
Emory now haa a cash produoe
houaw. lake vtur produce to L.
Chile on thw a **t side of thw square
and gwt thw money tor it.
Mr. T B. Preetrulge and
daughter, Miaa Adeen, visited
relative* at Edge wood the brat of
J. V Mellon came down from
Uraeuvilte Saturday night to viait
hi* family, returning to Green-
ville .Sunday morning.
Take your produce to L. CIiiih,
weat aid*, ot the square
the money down on the barrel
Operated on Sunday
Cairier t. H. C ameron weat to
Greenville la*.t Hunday morning,
where he underwent an Operation j
for appwdioiti*. H<t acoom-
pamed by Mr*. Cameron, Mre.
A. K. Boswell and Dr. P. W,
vN - are glad to report that he
etood the operation very well and
that he i# recovering nioely .
Thw Leader sympathizes with
Mr. and Mr*. J, K, Van Winkle
iu the loas ot their baby last Fri-
day, It war a twiu and about
five week* Id lb*other babe dy-
ing atxjut a week ago.
Spark* Chapel school cluted last
Friday with a nice program, and
am >ng the other thing* Prof,
Allen reports a good ball game K*•
tween the school boys and the
MoTaggart mu-, the score being
12 to 4 >n lavor of the school boys.
The folfowiug have our thanks
lor subscription favora the na*f
W. Hiers -n,
J E. Kannemer, J.
A. C. Motes was
Kev. C. M, Martin, who is just
now getting out from a several
e**eg* apell of aickueaa, went to
Douellun Sunday to spend the
day with Ins congregatiou. Rev.
Bpencer of Point aocorupamwd
him and preached.
Japanese Honey Drip cane *..ed.
—Tack-tt A Alien.
l>U JOHN SIMMONS
Phone ring 4!)
Carrier C, H. Camerm wa§
frfken very sick after gp.ug to the
poelolfic* last Saturday morning
”* pdta g(J oUl olj-|JU routH and Assist* ;
ant Postmaster ». p. Laiu had to
carry the mail on route two.
We can please you and will
your business —J;
Wylie OflfM»rn and Aid**
Wylie M inn and K*ie .1
Dr. P 8. Pearson an i eon,
Douglass, of VVlilterook, oame in
Wednesday evening lor a vieit
with their eons and br there Dr
P W and K T Pear* .1
Joe Fitzgerald and wif-of Lone
Oak were viviting m ar Emory th**
first ot tne week.
Mim Valley Aabill and Mr*.
Homer Aabill of the Freedom 00m
muniiv epent hunday tn Emory
end went to Poir t Monday morn-
ing to enter the N »rra*l school
W’hil** here they w«ro guest* f
M-, and M* I A Abercrombie
from lli* Homesteader* the first of thw]
week in lavor of L. J baker The 1
Mr*. Couch, mother of Prof 0. cheek was in payment of insurance «»r
B. Couch »ud Mr., W. U. IV.ple. Mr* hkkrr
o.oie in -aliiid.y evmuoti from Joho Uunt-r Mi Buuil.y morn
l^ii.v U.k for a vi.u h**r. . 11.,, for Paraoi*., Kan..., h*.
Miaa Eva Slvgai r.iaruMl lo h.r *mi to •« .pt > t»>*ilion .nb a
nomr at Dull.. Krid.T alter a low molor car .al.a houa^
» 1 lit lb" I a in 111" .
N. i'ack.U aud K.
Deputy Sh.ritt VVil Hrvrr-
waiu in Oklahoma Uat Friday >"
brinir bank a ncur > naiuad
Thornton who ia wanted h*re by
l#i vice* ni Emory—
*Vr\ieea at Point
*H»rvlc«‘S at (.ink •
The putdic I* «••
l». W Tayltr his our thatiks
r g *jbecription which w- send
to h 0 uncle., W. I). Tavlor. at
days Visit h
of M-ssrs. 1
A card from It. a. Carter from
BroaiiHville to a tri«nd here *ay*
that he l* having a big dun- u tile
border, aud iIimI In* will not r*actj
Inline belor* ihn Uat oi the week.
iu to Leach and Wade a lor that
ice meat you have been long-
; mg tor Prices are reasonable
von always get your money «
Double and SingU1
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wurn n«*nr thi |<n< • and -lit1
QUALITY thr"iiMh..ut, ^
Our Shotgun Catalog Sieuvs the
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sTKVKNS frmn your
Dealer IH u»know, aad
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Hill, Tom W. Rains County Leader (Emory, Tex.), Vol. 30, No. 17, Ed. 1 Friday, April 27, 1917, newspaper, April 27, 1917; Emory, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth832310/m1/3/: accessed September 25, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Rains County Library.