The Graham Leader (Graham, Tex.), Vol. 39, No. 33, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 25, 1915 Page: 3 of 8
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Eight Thousand Miles
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Here is some real evidence from a man who knows. Having tried
all kinds of products, he cheats the. MMa^ Jn 4TdxaaN product,
distinguished by the Red-Star-Green-T emblem. i
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Stamford Motor Company
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Stamford, Texas. f
Tho aora I havo tp do^with Texaco Motor OilT the
*or* J;,’**00— •dWTto—S.»’f.4ta euperlorlty ovor oUrf
^ dfoar_wo fg^d |^ja)tt,jpna hundxad-.&aga.aiod ,triad dtVl .thaj —
loading branda of Lubricating olio and Qaaollna.but.flnallyV’
dantarad on TKXACO.’ ~^IVa good anough for ui^
I Haro In mind ona car In particular which hae'uiad'
faxaco Motor Oil and To^uteo Auto Oaaallna axcluaivalyO Thla,
C4r.haa^baan In uaa aavantaan months and haa travalad 8000j
■u««> yesterday wa took the apark pluga out.for tha flra<
tlaa Juat to ata what condition they wara ln;finding tha«)
remarkably clean, ti.ev wara raplacad without any cleaning.] '
tba condition of this motor mora than anything aloe prompt*;
** wrlda this latter.. .Most of this car's sarvica has bsan
funning, which all Automoblla paopla know to be hards j,
F •*» « motor than tha country roads.] —
If all tha TKXACO products coma up to the high
Standard~<MHt Tiy MOTOR 6lL and AUTO GASpUSB you should
mtrowbim in winning tha trade.
All Texaco products are manufactured at the same high standard.
They are available for you in your own town.
Order from our agent. >/ ~~~
The Texas Company.
Oenerti Qttic^lrkmtoni Tegsis
• j A grand barbecue will We
at Weatherford tpday in-oale--
bration ofthe greatest event in
* the hiatory *bf that ancient town,
il*vi«; the completion of a railroad
to its center.
Mr. 9. R. Jeffery ih the pos-
sessor of an American silver
dollar made in 1799. ' ^
The announcement of Marion
D. Wallace will be found* in our
Practice in all'CuurU, State and Fed-
eral. Complete Abstracts of land
titles on short notice. -
Legal representative Association of
Graham, Texas, j
of Shaekelford county, Col. Coi
aster, of Palo Pinto, Judge Hayes
of Seymour, J. E. Poole, of
-Throckmorton, and ‘»Sqiure Hen
derson of Stephens county, arc
announcement column today, un-
der the head of “For Sheriff”
Mr. Wallace is a gentleman in
every way well suited for office,
and has a record that will with-
Our old friend Pink Brooks,
the ex Sht^lff, nriji in town a
week ago, and said that he had
moved hack to his Brazos farm
the first of March-—that he be-
gan in March to plow his ground
and jdant a crop—that his corn
was than—the- last of May--silk-
ing tasseling and that he had a
sure thing on a good crop. But
then Pink never has failed to
make corn on that farm when he
put in his shovel-plow.
The Masonic Lodge at this
place contemplate celebrating the
24th of June. There will be a
Pic Nic, public speaking and pub-1
lie installation of offioers. Wc
understand that Judge Arnold of
Graham, and Col. Wheeler, of
Breekenridge, will be the orators
of the day.
We may be wrong hut it is
bur honest conviction that Grant
will be the easiest man to beat,
of all the public aspirants for the
highest office in the gift of the
people. Hancock can beat him
a fair flat-footed race. If elect-
ed he will have the back bone
too, to go into Washington if he
has to ride over the guns that
Grant bullied Tilden with.
Postmaster-General Key has
decided not to interfere' with the
Privilege of carrying letters on
the Pacific Coast, so long enjoy-
ed by Wells, Fargo & Co.
Tho three rarest curiosities in
natural history are said ‘to he a
white cow, anhoncst man and a
healthy womap. "
Edison will soon have 7)00
la Dtps going. While tha 700 lamps
hold uot to burn our faith in Edi-
son may return.—Ex.
The experiment of transmitting
sermons by telephone, was tried in
Plymouth fhni-fh, Bropklvn
If Eases the Lungs
cousin*, relieves chest pains, Hnimswa
► Luaga, Wbeexiag and Dtflkuft BwajhiQg. Q
Voice, Sow _
children or adults.
Price 25c, 50c or* 51.00 per MU
JAS. T. BALLARD, Proprietor ST. LOUIS, MO.
Sold by SLOAN DRUG CO.
I have just received my new
Spring and Summer samples
from some of-the best tailoring
houses in. the United States.
Prices are reasonable; workman-
ship can't be excelled.
GRAHAM TAILOR SHOT
FRED STEWART, R. C. GOODE
160 a«res, near Graham,
m eukiwatata, good
four-room house, barn, granagy,
•tables, sad other outbaildSaRs
Price, $4,000; $1,000 cadh and the
balance to be saanwmd,
121 acres, 4 miles from Gra-
ham on main road. Daily mail,
phone, good well water, orchard,
barn, four-room huuae^-everlaat-
creek. water .V. paaturc.
acres in cultivation, 60 more eaa
be. No JT^Ttnaun grass, a big bar-
gain if taken at once. Can bs
had for $15.00 per acre, terms to
suit. Why rent when you. eaa
own ahome like this?
ia Coart House.
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ML A 0. CARTWRIGHT
HEATS DISEASES OF AIL ARIMALS
HQlDEISOfl’S VAQ0H YARD
Calls answered day or night
Reaidsnes Phene ISO Ind.
Johnson & Brantley
Weat Side of Square.
Arnold A ARNOLD;
Will pvectioe la ell Stats and Psdsra)
Coarts, loan Money upon lands, hoy
aad sell vendor’s lien aolse, etc. Raw
complete ebstreoU ef tivjes aadeer
fatnkhname on short nMat.
W. A. MORRIS,
SomaflnUresting Io^ Items among the visitors in attendance
From Old File Copies ot I uP°n tlin i)rpspnt terJ" of,2t^J)rJ)0()
T*eader^^ people have emigrated from Ger-
May 88, 1880 Jmany during the past 30 years.
Suit Creek is swimming. T Jas. G. Blaine is said to be
Mr J. B. Southern, living fif- worth two millions. He saved the
tern miles north of town, has a'money from his salary as editoi
rand stone. j of a little paper at Kennebeck
Next Tuesday will he the 1st of Maine, down to 18.»9; as a mem-
•Tun'*, when the census takers will her of the Maine legislature from
commence their work. We have 1859 to 1862, and a* a represen-
not yet learned who will he the tative in congress from *1862 to
omimerators for this county. t!880.
The members of The Graham Reports from^various portions
Tcmiwrance Lodge had a moon-'of V’irginia show a greater scare-
light picnic on
last ^Friday even-
ity of the tobacco crop than
has been known for a number of
The following named gentlemen years, those growing being rapid-
t-,(»ln[K»8e the grand jury for the ly destroyed by tobacco flit's,
present term of district court:j Hon. A. J. Evans is appointed
Jas. G. United States
R. Dickens, foreman,
Tackett, D." C. Brooks, Dudley western district
iipnge, I. A. Ledbetter, A. Don will be confirmed.
Brown, F. M. McLaren, A. J. Jr|c—1 Queen Victoria, although a
L’ap, Joseph Allen, E. B. Norman,'widow, makes no secret of her
Gnsa Brack, and W. II. Boyle. ■> j birthday. She will be 62 years
The announcement of Mr. John old the 24th of next month.
Jons 4, 1880
Rome new wheat from Brushy
Humphries for sheriff appears in
♦his issue of the Leader. -
A cat gatherer from Seymour was ground at the mill last Mon-
made his appearance in town yes-'day.
terday. He had a large box with
a eat capacity of four or five
bushels, which he wanted filled
with live house cat*. When - we
saw him he had flv* or six bun-
fry looking felines and was prose
outing hia aeatoh for more. Ha
informed ua that the rate and
nice were about to take the
town of Seymour and that he
had bean appointed a committee
of one, on relief.
Col T. B. Whaler and Wm. Veal,
The Brazos has Been higher this
week than for several years.
At the term of district court
at Austin the grand jury forilid
more than 200 indictments. The
most of these were for selling
whisky and for gambling.
Tho grand jury after a session
of four days, and making a
thorough investigation, failed to
find a single bill of indictment
We venture the assertion that
preacher spoke as usual, and the ^
sermon was heard distinctly in
six cities and towns in. New York
and New Jersey; so were the
sin|$ng and the organ tones. The
church service was transmitted to
distant places complete, except
the criticisms -on spring bonnets
Things Ttinny to Sea
A woman who neverexagerated
A man who never deceived his
A coroner complain of too
A short-hand man -with a long
A street-ear conductor who
, Wain ■■■' sMD" -**i
looked happy. *
A man who faever made any re-
marks about the weather.
A preacher who pleased every*
343 acres, 10$ acres in eultrea
tioo, close to school, railroad and
postoffice, good community, fod|n sandy
room house, goad sheds and Into,
pasture fenced and cross-fenqad
with three-wire fence. Pries,
$7,000, $2,500 scab,
175 acres fine timber land in
Klst Texas. 100 acres is fine
bottom that will grow
anything in the world, and if it
were in cultivaton would easily
bring $50.00 per acre. Just on#
$4,500 to iiuly iu school abd seven
to county site. Running
body with his sermons.
A boy who would rather go to
Sunday school than play marbles
or base ball.
A married man who will ac-
knowledge that his wife knows
more than he doed*
..A- Anheuser is dead but his
beer still lives.
155 ncres, well improved, penty
of water, good location, for
•ala «t $25.00 per acre, $1,508
ftaab, ,balance on easy terms at
fair rate of in^rtot.
If you are looking for a splen-
did bargain in fc farm, here ih
your chance. f
Good three-room retideace.witii farm ,a“d of equal value, favor-
poroh and ball, city water, gopd,*^ loe,ted It is a concrete
well, good gaaden apot, two h*%!block house, 1 1-2 stories high,
all fesso^d, good sheds and out 8**'’011 lanre rooms, besides' bath
and pantry, good barn, garden
and fine well with windmill.
fed by spring along west luia*
Priee $12.00 per acre; $1000.08
Cash, balance to suit.
The home of Judge P. A. Mar-
tin in the Southeast part t>f
town is offered at a bargain.
Will sell on easy installments or
will exchange for unincumbered
houses, near high school building
for sale at a bargain.
be in j Or.
Graham each Sat-1
t Shed for sale^aa
day with Mill
long as seed 1
Zudora”—The new aerial
the Opera Houae.
That dulncas ia in the heart not
in tl»e Bible. ? «■
' 40 acrcs on Loving rood,
. K - miles northeast
Some people are weary—not be- w>ter
When n man loses hia
435 acres, 200 in eiiltivatioo,
cistern, Large tank, one and one-
half miles from school, four-room
house, Lange bam, lots and shock,
chicken bouse and other outbuild-
ings. Price, $22.50 per acre;
$2,500 cash, $6,287.50 to be as-
sumed and balance in five equal
annual payments at 8 per cent.
160 acres coreek bottom Imr
near school and church, 60 acre*
in cultivation, good three-roote
nonce, cistern, cellar, tank, criba
acid lots, and ore ha red. Wet
;13.08 per acre; ane-hahf cash.
We lave tor sale a well Imprqv
•d fora ot 320 acres within it>
aSes of Graham. This fans la
all tillable, 185 acres in cultira-
tioa, two bosses, three well* *f
tenter, pubUn goad on
par acre; good terms. \
at ffcM tea
* • Wood For
For oil kinds
posts, coll the
«««. of dutle. don. but ho„t t,l.pb»o.
of duties dodged. I dolly maiL 100 tores of^
there 1$ not a countyin the state
f t Brockearidte, CM. McCall and with the population of Young
"Te* i Nifholson of Weatherford, J. N, whore there is sueh-h law abid-'he justifies many of the unkind bi^ bargain st
AS lBrowning and Judge Ledbetter ing pedple. , ,______ i . t ’things said about h»»-
_ _ I have some good aeeobd-hsnd
oswunaCty. FrWrj machines for sale, or trade for
wood or anything 1 can use,'in
the rear of W, M. Matthews’ now
^ ,id* ZS.
WFR Mtafol mm......
, . Al Futu. b«ad>
ration. A egga,^ 15 tor
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We are wanting to list your
land if you are real anxious to
sell and will place it in onr
hands at a fair price
JOHNSON LANS COMTANY
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Bowron, Frank H. The Graham Leader (Graham, Tex.), Vol. 39, No. 33, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 25, 1915, newspaper, March 25, 1915; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth884056/m1/3/: accessed January 21, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Library of Graham.