Rains County Leader (Emory, Tex.), Vol. 33, No. 1, Ed. 1 Friday, January 6, 1922 Page: 4 of 14
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KAIN8 COUNTY UUDKlt
Why subject .your cotton to damape when we
have the best storage in Texas?
Consign your cotton to us and have it protected
from possibility of damage.
Liberal Cash Advances
Highest Standard of Classification
Prompt Delive ies
Fifty-Fosr Years the Cotton
Goldman, Lester & Co.
The oldest and largest exclusive
cotton commission house in Texas
EPITOMIZED NEWS OF
IMPORTANT NEWS OP THE EM-
TIRf WEEK REDUCED FOR
to for t
I At Kast
| to 99,000,000 mark*.
| one a! i and th» ah
have b« on declared
y ■ ■ '■
Mora than 10,000 persons who In* |
veated money with Charles Pouzl 1
upon prornU* of 50 per cent r«t urua j
:n forty-five <Uya will receive *0 per f
tent of their original investment.
Aiei Stewart, a lineman employed '
toy to* Truck** Hlvar General Elec- j
tile Company, Reno. Nev., wait frozen
to death In a blizzard near Virginia !
City, where h* «ai patrolling one of
thf power lines
E L Griffin. a brakeman on the
amount Louisiana division local freight train
Tw»» dividends. '* thM Tt**as A Paclfl Railroad. got 1
hi* rlirht arm c«» tctTtfr. the
hand and elbow while awltchtug two
mile* east of Cypress, I,*, la*t week.
Contmtl 15Tlnid Dnsht
Ker lovul of the British troops
which was to have begun last week,
hast been suaj.endcd and they will
not b* withdrawn unless the treaty
' U ratified, it is announced.
Swltxerland 1* the only con
1 the world where the Amertc
! lur last week was below par. Tin
| dollar was quoted at 5 franc IS ceu
times on tha Geneva Hours*.
John W Spies, a resident of Bon-
ham, and a socond year medical stu-
dent at Harvard University, has been
iwsrded a scholarship by the Cor-
potation of the University on the re-
commendation of the faculty of medE
lloM.*-.) hair suggests that Da KM Ituesla
Fashion Is ‘nrrylng her glrla along this year,
*t quite a clip. quantities
Tb* dancing teachers have decided English
that “J*U is not dancing.'* Et'ko an din n hut
•were “nut dancing .** 1 years
<»nr paper money Is to be smaller Ai ,.*rb ti
poesil.iy in keeping with lt» reduced year in I
pur* basing have to I
As f»i n«* the American army la German
concerned the watch on the Rhine Is lurch. si
•lK«ut wound up. kind imU
Oft stays-!, s rnft
tint 1stles dts pguUI
beef drilled «t>uutry.
.ill raise ‘J.OOO.iMkMim
and also, Id us hope
The bodi of Isartr W Lockard of
Nokomla, 111., was found receutiy In ,
a straw stack on a farm five miles
I west of there Lockard had given irn-
The posts of Secretary of War and ; porta i information to authorities in
Secretary of Agrtculture of Mexico connection with a »95,00u payroll rot*
remain unfilled It is said ur.etTiciwl i>*;y at Kincaid la**' Auru t
ly that the new secretaries will be — o~-
nominated by the middle f Junqwry j L*st the l.JOo dazed and destitute
—o— | over-quota Immlgrunts awaiting de-
Marshal Foch received a typical l«*rtatton on Kills Island get the 1m-
I»<*o U i American welcome at the 8t Luarr prrsslon that America ha* neither
some Kullroad station when he returned heart nor soul, the joint volunteer
from a long tour of the United welfare organization on the island
States With him was former Pie W,N their Christmas Day "eel*
»ua aui. cJ-*“
f Wuln«s!U'<IIfc5l JW®
retthrr Uptam M Tj.hU'.e'v*.
Mineral not > ahco t kC.
they tried mill
Hold la less etj.et.slvo, but It d«**wnt Uv of
•mind very *OthusUs‘ic to any that he tbelr full duty
has a hear
art of plntln irn.
A sclent tat says that rn«
•faches are more nlert
but Is that enough?
ty when th
the war tux on the movie ticket.
Whatever the conclusions uf the
Ing. they will effect very few <f its.
King Alfonso has bought a 1^0 miles It i* reported that Mexico
•n hour airplane. It will 'come In tabllsh u merchant nmiine.
tu|.j'use it couhl use any w.ssle
bendy In rua* he has :o tty.
of the sei
never kick about the length
GPMRton If the jireacher la auy*
Ing anything worth hearing.
Years ago the tesr
•hillty to remove hii append
t*ut 1» to adjust u enrt>un
They are trying to find out where tnovut.
eels come from probably because there )
1-n't much Interest, in where they go DOMESTIC—
w- ' ! Good weather, llt.li
dlx ; now tha
ne of Hi
■d to that Vi
It ing fo
It la said that Chinese women l »v%
taken to ecuring skirls. S. that to
tofH‘ru all tha skirts have gbne!
raa as tl
wasn't pb jy of It*for peoj.lc t.» put
Into a crtN.ked Investment scheme.
When the world lonves ..ff tnlklng
•ixl fight bur If w U have time energy
,*iui»d n.one^foT |w dticlng and enjoying.
i *lne writer
w A magozln
says the d«»f
It, nuns life.
true of the hot
fie free list fall to
tent. Most fnmllto.
clectlM of them In ,
Think of th* t
rouhl be In If K\
town cold when
'rite public w ill he I
In autos Instead of
or food for cows
mferlgl price* ex ;
ouu by the big it
i thnt It was
lu* way of a
For Infants and Children.
Mothers Know That
Loss or ^
ees repreaenting labor and
urgahlsationa In the Rhln«
sent a cable message to
Harding saying the allied
occupation were double
that Durmany kept in the
1 Another meeting of the allied au
fretne council, this time at t'unnes.
on the French Riviera, is the out
i come of the parleys between Prime
j Minister Lloyd Georg* and Premier
' Krtand of France during the last few1
days The meeting will »• held the
first week in January.
It Is c onsldered quite possible that
! the neceeaary procedure to take
Wolfe l.indenfcld. alias WUIUm
i Linde, -back to America soon would
begun. Sylvester Cosgrove, agent
the Department of Justice, said
believed the Polish authorities
tld not object to Lindenfcdd’s r<*
Fir "conspicuous service' in reneg-
ing forty four companions in s Are at
Blue Bell Lodge maintained by the
Southwestern Bell Telephone Com-
pany at Dallas, for Its operators, on
the morning of April 15, 1920 Mr*
Kate Day was presented with two
medals and IL'.’p In cash by official*
o' the company.
Kjtart Copy of Wrapper.
Bad debts may be deducted in cam- '
ing Income tax returns for 1*11
revenue ant under a
erty loan bond
stamps, go’.d no;
Slates currency <
......... worth of lib-
in ernul revenue
*8 and other t’nlted
*rtiflcates were turn-
Not Only For Chills, Fever and Malaria
BUT A FINE GENERAL TONIC
1 cotton and full
sful term of the
ed out by the Bureau of Kngrr inf
and Printing during the fiscal year
A bill prohibiting the formation in
Congress of •'blocs’* based upon par-
tit ular pursuit* or geographical loca-
tions for the purpose of "in any way
affecting legislation" was introduced
by Representative Ansorge iRep.),
factory bridal puth.
It You Need a Medicine
You Should Have the Best
TO KILL RATS
A yuuthfn!. unmaked bandit locked
' three person• in the vault of the
Farmers State Bank at Welch. Minn .
The first gJAnner of the new East
Atlantic Une from Galveston to Dan
It Is now quite erk
difference In laterpre
new quadruple treaty
President Ha ding and
t so m- ny pr<-d
tcesively aivertised. all atutbcc drop our
of sight and are aoon forgotten? The
reason ti plain—the article did not fulnli
the promisee of tbe manufacturer. This
aj.plte* more particularly to a niedir
isal preparation that baa
^^vzz:rxll;;L,' rat & roach paste
•y-l.ro ,h. r.„*d, .. *«—• •*
those who h.>. b. n Kenny «
who are in need of it.
prominent druiqjiBt aava “Take for
pie l>r. Kilmer’s Bwamp-Reot, a
ration 1 hare aold for mnny yeara
never beaitate to recommend, for id
h cottonseed cake j
ral Duulsh ports.
clpal 1 g t pli
tn-d by a rote
Senate conferees have agreed
eliminate from the bill carrying 92*
'(AO.db for the pnThwse of food f
tarving RuHsians all iienate amen
nents. including an Item of $500.0<
or additional hospital i ciliUea !<
war veterans and 91<M) 0<k to relle’
itoe value a!
manded by those
ted. to those who a
t far Usa Ratter T>ae 1
, (• every tool
. utdi x is.kwvintram.**
I * (>or« ruutaiK hues It.
» Tr aps
ed teat i l
j» before the
»rn statenaeula and
venhed teatimoey of thouaanda who have
uaed the preparation, the aunreas of Dr
er’a Swamp-Root ia due to the fact,
isny people ilaam. that it fuinlla al-
rverv wish in arrrcnmm| kidnev,
and bladder ailmenta, correcta uri-
troubles and neutralizes the uric
aii rugs i at a
may reeeiva a sample bottli
>-K»»t by Parcels Post. Ad<
ilmer A Co., Hinfhnmtoo, K.
:kiug house products.
2(Lper cent of the conn
I of Mines,
V \ SKIN I
f 7 HunCi f.*?* » #•■«! *- • i ts*1
/ / ihr trnimrnl #lll<* Rcaems,
/A g'ryamrm.Tetiri tr jlbrf Ueh-
* ini U'n 4im*wvT' * Uni t '•>**
;i*k s. :<!».»•■ 'ra4UbWt.fvct.iats
Metf* : t Co. Sharmae, T»«aa
F R E. E.!
I Upset Stomach,
j Gas, Indigestion
“Pape's Diapepsin" gives
j Relief in Five Minutes
lem tor tl
Inns' .u« h
I la conbdcrt! lie hue picked
s^age fn m M ira. Imt to be
re he probnlily will rtrwt
the tttndwrtrtug *txjwrfiR ti^if (hi
«_ - " »t^«t policy.-
jl» t® which tk*“
nn 1uij>oae;lue prim-t „ cnmh'rt I
l»*V**«t foHLwt aiMge. throw's «q*ra eeiie-
loualj. tw l«i« ** * |to»*ple.
They were miit
* Veterans’ Bure
nent of the burea
where i (KM) fora
their j tension* are imali
•e la c«mif<*rt In tbe’newg that
ated at 95 • t‘V »»#j me *«<••. rigid d.rigiMe Poma, the,
eonp by the e*ti!oelon lest week rtf a. Urgeat American afmhtp, arrived
booth which had been '.brown or pier- i orer Washington lest Wednesday on
they ure euiwwfor td ‘*Mfate* J ed 10 the hsirwsty of * bunding on her first loog distance flight aftei
a*wi Spot?* *' • * Grand street. New York TL* *c#n* having been brought lo the United ,
ne ctpi Ai r. ^ or* bluck ; (Hate* * am Italy sad reassembled ad |
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Hill, Tom W. Rains County Leader (Emory, Tex.), Vol. 33, No. 1, Ed. 1 Friday, January 6, 1922, newspaper, January 6, 1922; Emory, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth832333/m1/4/: accessed February 17, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Rains County Library.