The Graham Leader. (Graham, Tex.), Vol. 31, No. 39, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 30, 1907 Page: 3 of 8
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ood Lawn of Porch
red or greencotorS.
fi'w ^ * 11 11 1 »■ v J‘F . 'w.
Canvas Folding Cots, Woven-wire
id Cots in gll sizes. -vi;'
IMTEi'ftrfrffi* ml’ - ^ , / ■ * 24*»’A' v
Iron-frame Davenport with Helicon Springs,
with or without cotton pads and covers.
Japanese and China Mattings, Linoleum, Baby
(Uo^ etc., are some of the articles that the
time weather suggests.' * "
Furniture, CrocKery and UndertaK-
M - ■' *l,v.Tr:- •' ; xSE&tf* '■ ' * --
•OLD AND GUARANTEED BY
B. S. Doty ft Co.
W. S McJIWSEY.
-in-law to tpaOrtO*, MU worm, Skin
BmwLJk. .McClelland and MiaaLBniptionc.'ciup.
Funnye E. Roach were united in p«<t Faceo ir.a
marriage Saturday at 12 o’clook. | Hand#, Core,
Mr. McClelland lives at Oklahoma
City and? Miss Roaoh recency re
I turned from that plpje, where she j Cv^MLpici^pa
had been visiting her brother,
Mr. Ed Hoaoh.
The dourae of true love never [^Cotton by
did nio smoothly, for Mr. Mc-
Clelland arrived at Bridgeport
top late for the Qraham train and
was obliged to,remain there tffl
the next regular passenger.
A small number of friends as*
•enabled to witne»* the marriage. N.tfowl Co-Operator: D.n-
Mr. Argo Dsvls »nd u Auoy vme x,qff*l Union in,Montgomery.
DeLong and Mr- K^oney L»by County, Texaa,..baa adopted a
and Mies Allte Roach walked in „»olutlon that has the right ring,
with the couple and.toodup U.M the Uu^ ^h^
Mr. MoClelland had never vis-
ited Eliasville until this trip. He
is a geqtleman of fine character
and will sucoeed in labor’s battles
The Trijyp Spirit.
Swenson IhlUibU Orntte and Stomp Pnllor S
sanufaotumd BY gratulated on seouring Miss Fan-
►Tbe Suienson Or ihbsf Co. ^ nye for his life’s companion. She
r * w
The only all Malleable ,
Grubber. Bveiy cwting.
warranted, flaw or no flaw
Strongest, fastest, moat
improved and up to-date,
vill gmb your land at the
lowest goat per acre. .
" * ' 1* Gold medal, bighast
award, at the • Lewis and
> Clark CenteqnW Expo*;
, tion, 1906, PoHlattd, Ore.
no ThUTK FOR CATALOC
w»m Ontfcft C*». e» CMwfcrt Wi,
_________ DALLA3. TEXAS.
Kl OWBLL A COOB£R, Agent,. (iraham, Texe*.
was raised here and is well known
and beloved by the community.
She has many frieiids who will
refcret to give her up from tbS so-
cial oiroi* and also from ohurch
They leave soon for their new
home at Oklahoma City, and we
trust that many blessings, both
temporal and spiritual, will ,be
_ _ JSs
3. BELONG & SONS,
S ^ DEALERS IN
Dry Goods. Groceries, Foroitoro and
When your food has not been
properly digested the entire sys-
tem is impaired in the same prdV
portion; i Your stomach need*
help^ Kbddl'for indigestion and
Dyspepsia not only digests what
you eat, itiones the stomach and
add* strength to the whole body.
Makes rich, pure blood.' KodoV
conforms to the JNationrl Pure
Food and Drug Law. those crops,
the Graham Drug Co.
Mrs. W. L. Graves' is right sick
MUs week. ~ .z
Class Entertain men I.
Misses Mary Ellen Ftiioh and
Adele Ford entertained at the
home of W. T, Finoh last
• Mi» VlrUA D&mor. virile Wednwdw ev,nl«* In honor of
4Jtaniia -A T^i^hnrn RundAv ^ The oiafs of ’07. All report a very
Mends atJaoksbora8und y. enjoyable time. Thow pre8ent
| Miss Kellie Payne is still quite were; Misees Mary Ellen Finoh,
«jck at the home of Y. M. Hale. | Adele Ford, 8adie Martin, Lunle
i™. frW; Wo-hmA.M ,Do^’ Anal* 45.rm.ok, CLra
Glen MoDoneld Camp No. 420,
W. O. W. and Magnolia Grove
No. 273 will hold their annual
deooration services on June 6th.
All Sovereigns are earnestly re-
any brother of its membership,
in case hie cotton crop is mort-
gaged and the mortgage is about
to be foreclosed* ^borrow money
and pay such mortgage off, put
1£e cotton in the Farmers’ Union'
warehouse at Willis, Texas, and
hold it for the minimum prjoe set
by the next National Union meet-
A %. „ j -
This resolution breathes the true
spirits brotheirly love. Itsprin
ciple is the very essenoe of co-
operation. It" is tffef soul and
animus of tfie Golden RuleT the
broad and immovable foundation
upon which the Farm^s’ Union
more effective gq.-operation can
there be tl^an in helping one an
other, as we individually need
help? Furthermore, in helping
others we help ourselves, especi-
ally when we render the help set
forth and contemplated in this
The dim of the farmers’ Union
is to control the marketing of otir
crops, that thereby, we may con-
trol the prices for which to sell
Constitute the one mighty bulwark
t£fcwe4n us and t&e jpeoulatpr.;
They are title, means by which we
|>ropese and intend tp control the
marketing bf our orops, thatrwe
may be enabled to prevent rushes
on the markets, the overloading
of them by which the speculator
is enabled to ftawmer juet prices
LIME, CEMENT, ETC.
We are now prepared to fill youf bills with best
material, at right prices. See ns before yon buy. , v
FARMERS’ LUMBER CO.
WON T GET
anything j: off
that you can
£ So come at
quested to meet at the K. P. ban’ down to his pirate figures, rqb
toeing h.r. Monday. 'Wjjwwt. ^ thw
Miss BdBsie Spencer, of Farmer,
is working itt“ the millinery de-
partment at S. B. Street <fc Co’s.
Come to the Graham Meat Mar-
at 0 a. m. sharp. In connection
with the deooration services there
will be a plonio for the Woodmen
of Young bounty and their fami-
lies and all are earnestly reques- ’
ket, east side of square, for coun-
try Lard, fresh and pure/ ^
E. A. POSKRN.
Hollingsworth and Messrs. Ste
phen Ford, Percy and Archex
Owen, Porter Akin, Harry
Pottey, Horace Tidwell and Sam-
uel Kaye. —
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Herbton is a mild purgative ap-
petizer and tissue bUTtder; port-
ties the blood, regulates the kid-
neys, liver and digestive orgaus.
and bring well filled baskets.
The oommiUee have arranged for
amusements for old and young.
Musio will be furnished by the
Graham Cornet Band.
, r.,v, ^ ‘r ■
JPSnrGlney mail haok was wa
10 o’clock Saturday morn-T^ ■ mmmmmmmmm—
iog. I Notice, Contractors
Mrs. C. Yif. Johnson left for
f 8h.nBM.lMt Saturday to *“Bnd#! Ing CommhtM ^Tn^Bap-
1 IS’ ,TT Fden“lht30llT,J
at whidh plao. bar daughter, Miss erM|Uon of , ^ preMed.briok
meeting house, either for a turn-
- - key ijob or the work only. A
QAMTOr> X A. check of 5 per cent of the esti
h8 Kind^” Hw l,ou®,. - mated ooet Of the building should
^ to insure the sucoess-
■ .................ful bidder making bond. The
«»«. J. Hall Bowmap,and fam- ^ ^h*to
" to BlMk Spring.. R.r, Bowman
Theology at the Southwestern . •
Grass to 'Leas^^? .
3Bn*drod aora. of good
■Sir" Money to Loan
poor farm. A new To cell Real Estate, Borrow
dug at ono#/ For Money, Fire and Tornado Insur-
on or addrees ance, come to the old man. 1.
McLakik, Co. Judge. R. C. McPhaill.
Last Sunday morning ,near
Loving Mr. Will Buchanan and
Miss Ethel Stewart, daughter oE
A. P. Stewart, having made the
appointment, met on the way to
Sunday school, and aooompanied
by Messrs. Young, Noah and
another young man whose name
we did not learn and Misses
Douthitt, Buchanan and Spencer
starfed to Aroher City to get
married. * The party arrived here
about three o’clock in the after-
noon and put up at the Matthew’s
hotel. They were married by
Rev. H. A. Goodwin at the home
of J L. Baggett. J,
The groom is eighteen years of
age and the bride sixteen. The
entire party are we<l knewn and
highly respeoted people of the
Farmer khd Loving oountry.—
Archer Dispatch. * ^
, I '/. , '■ r - ■ ..W ‘ ’
-4 Protracted Meeting.
Eld. C. R. Niohol, a Christian
evangelist ot Bosque oounty, will
begin a protracted' meeting 'at
Farmer on the 26th of June and WOUKJ nmTa w uaw TWM.
bbiitteHe eame until ^ <* Be Bamarltans misd not PhariMet
July. A large rtfit.wHl be pro- or ^yit^
jgjded and there will be pWttrjKX*
room. Come and caihp and en-
joy this meeting. Rvi
; f And have him ardqr yon a Spring and Suut
raer Suit of clothes. Or, if yoq have au „old,
' soiled suit you want made newy;hringjt up/ •
7 First claas .Cleaning aitdi Pressing. *7. Hats "
cleaned and blocked. All kinds of Tailor work. .,
His sample aye the sweilest^fa fcpwn.
.Over Graham National Bank. Also k«ei>s
ha to pies hanging oht in front of Graham Drug C^i.
8. R. Crawford, President
JW. Oallmlw; IsT VIce-PHsi.lent '
M. K. Graham, 2nd Vioe-Preetdent.
J. M. Norman TaSMer.
Asst. Casin’. IF' -
7T?c Becfcljan? Tlationaj Bask.
bing us and later robbing the
mahUfactorer with exorbitant
prioes. To do this we rauat as
far as possible, provide,the Ways
knd means forkeeplng distressed,
that is mortgaged ootton, or oth-
er money brops.' out of the handxt'
of the oormorants, off fhajnar-
keta for forced sale. Ws defend
ourselves against the speculator
and secure axure proteotion from
his maohinationsand onslaughts
Seemingly, the most feasible
plan yet presented for the relief
of the “distressed” cotton and
other produots, is that embraced
in the foregoing resolution—help
extended by loottt unionsa There
are always members enough in a
local union to either advanoe the
needed money,- or to make paper
good enough to get itfand the
cotton they thus protect and put
in warehouses for the honest
prioe, along with their dwn, will
be security ;enough for them.
Hblp tnte another I Let that be
the fnotto, the daily life and prac-
tice of every local union, ■>..
Everybody sigh the individual
pledge tb warehouse and hold his
oottoirfor the fixed prioe. To the
few members of a Local who may
be so hard pressed they cannot
sign unless helped to kebp the
pledges, give the help they will
require. Work fox youraelvee,
for your wives* for your ohildran,
for the prosperity of your country
aiuk to eliminate grafting and
swindling by helpingybur neigh-
bor, by working f6r your neigh-
bor, by doing uAtb others at you
would have them do unto you.
_______Oliver Loring. __________M. Normaa»
M. K. Graham,----- VUh. Donntw
-rrr-:- W. P. •• 8 BoydBtrart
15 R. Crawford,
R. B. M«
!. lutbiy, *
C1CKB0 SMITH. Pmid«ot. ‘
JNO. C. KAT, Vice ProoMent.
We solicit account* of Btoctanw
F’tmrmr. *nd M^r. IrnnU. nn.1 promi**
W, 0. CLARK, 2nd Vio* graddart. ^ - liberal and oourtaooa treatmeaL \
CHA8. OAT, CMhl«— XXkOKRIBOH. A«‘iguki«. J.'
—V-— . »»»7. . ........
Tiie- @rahan^ jMctiopal Bank'
Capital $50,000. ' r v a u? \ Surplus $15,600^ -f-
r --Z. --r^zrr^^7~rr:
Tfie Rock island ^L^Stable.
Have For Sale
Second-hand Wagons and Buggies, or will trade for Horses,
We also buy Hides and Furs.
Mules or Cattle.
out*. Rigs are best.
■ - —
High-Grade, Pianos and Organs
Edison Phonographs aod Apparatuses
All Kinds of Stringed Instruments, ,r
Celebrated Singer Sewing Machines
All kind? ofbewing Machine Supplies 1
f -—■- - - <.
Registered Short Horn Bulla, two years old.
Alao a few Registered Short Horn Heifers with
calves by side.
GEOt H. CRAIG,
. Postoffice, Graham, T<
! very body
kinds ot Talking Maohines,
Ranch 17 mUes West of Gi
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Bowron, Frank H. & Martin, P. A. The Graham Leader. (Graham, Tex.), Vol. 31, No. 39, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 30, 1907, newspaper, May 30, 1907; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth855121/m1/3/: accessed November 22, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Library of Graham.