The Graham Leader (Graham, Tex.), Vol. 57, No. 31, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 16, 1933 Page: 2 of 10
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HE GRAHAM LEADER
And lbok where they *U
net and recreation. lit
W. Koaki and Joseph J.
the United States Navy, l
Graham on their return J
Yotlc City to San Diego, Ci
accomplished ntos young mi
youthful bloom were of cor
tog. for a wet, dean plat
a few minutes res* and I
and lets, then uney go
wrath so violent that
an injustice, A littli
the election of a president and acn-
grses, and the timd when those offi-
cials assume their duties. TUs too
extended delay is a harmful' influence
this year, with, business interests
Waiting to aha what the new gov-
enunent will do. But such a Ion*
interruption will not s*»in Occur.
Tho congress to he elected m Nov-t
eihber IBS’* will begin its work Jan-
uary 8, 1036, which will make Unde
Sam look more like a business man
and leas like a back number.
The success of Mrif jSStfltsh
the earn# cordial wotteUM la our
driveways that wa extend to aB.
.....You cant go wrong by foil owing
their example. ,
& R- ACOC^ Service Station
1008. East 4th Street
y. ’ •-C (adr-81e>
Pat Kheiff waa a visitor to New
castle first of tho week.
sh iul(T*dgffiit:-that if etomgns are
nekded in our government, they can
be made, if people really insist upon
them. But they will not be made
foy a long time, if ever, if people
acquire a violent headache when ask-
ed to consider the problems of gov-
ernment.—The Record, Bristow, Okie.
LOCAL PAPER THE BEST
in Your bowets!
Beginning tonight the business
men and women of' Graham will
have the opportunity .of hearing dis-
cussions of modern methods oC
transacting business. These dis-
Of all the sbasts from East to West
The local paper it the best.
Duep h our kriw anA duejrour debt
To Record, Sentinel and Gaxette. . :
When first I landed on this ball.
A-bits flesh wrapped “round s squall.
- When every fanner in the -South
It is said to he very difficult to
amend the United States constitu-
tion. Yet the 20t& amendment to
(hot venerable document has just
gone through the state legislatuM
with a bang, and with little op-
position. Yet it took ten yaiuie to
get it through congress'.
This difference may be thought to
show where the real difficulty Has
to getting needed legislation. Yet
the ihal difficulty is not with the
legislators, but' rather with tho In-
difference of Hie people. If they
paste will be analyzed in a construc-
tive,. helpful way that should pro-
leasiy, to a hairy. Thu rtifUrcnru it
will make to your fedingi ov« night
will provs it* marit to you.
V Dr. Caldwell studied constipation
-tor over iorty-eesien years. This long
experience enabled him to make Ms
prescription just what men. women,
old people and children need, to stake
their bowels help themselves. Its
natural, mild, thorough action and
its pleasant taste minima4 it to
everyone That', why "Dr. CaldweTs
Syrup Pupate,” as it to called. is the
mast popular laxative dnqptorm asfli
and meat from his own pastures, would toast with immediate
and disturbed by no creditor aad an- cation, is hardly likely, for
slaved by no debt, shall sit among sentatives willing to legislate
his terming garden* and orchards wives out of office, or com
and vineyards on* dariss and bairn- eiet willing to cut down thei
yards, pitching his crops in -Ms own resentstion would be somethin
wisdom add growing them to inde- j„ the annals of officialdom,
pendence, making cotton his ctonn Representation is tbO only
IBeh Adams, to Rude Rural Rhywes)
' **. r " ' frjfrgr p ' • *' *' - ' T
Man’s Heart Stopped.
- Stomach Gas Cause
W. L. Adams was Mooted so with
gas that his haart often missed beats
after eating. Adlerika rid him «T all
gas, and now ha eats anything and
fsets fine,. I* B. Boot* Drag Store.
surplus and selling \t„ in his own
time and in his chosen market and
not at a master's bidding—getting
his pay in cash and not to a receipted
mortgage that dischargee his debt
’THIS IS REAL
representation. We are firmly eon-
viheed that every such increase to
the legislative body has tended to
make it more unwieldly and lees
my band, »*
A cold, wet nose to thrust again-
‘at my knee.
Two eager, loving eyes from out the
Of Spirit land, seek tome ap-
it reduction of public expenditures,
And then the noble dog, that, once
' Comm trotting down <toe path
and ’ consequent lowering of taxes,
;it should be a good time 'for agita-
ttefcjfjr action to .decrease the num-
ber of stabs senators and represent-
atives. Such a movement might
well be extended to the national
To stir my heart unto its very depths
With thoughts of your groat
love, your bravery.
house of representatives.
"Have yaw found a now brand of cafwl"
"No. It’ll the same brand, but this coda* is made in a
Vscale tor codes brewer. It brews perfect codes by at-
tracting the maximum antenna ad stemsfle oils whteb
give bodes its fins flavor, and loaves in tbs codas grounds
tbs elements which make etnas codas unpleasant. After
this, yea’ll always have ‘vacaUted’ codas.*
Yaw, too, will like the now and diflerent way of stak-
ing codas. Ask any employs ad due company for an
•T keep whistling to cheer my flock
1*^2.____M ik. Wnlraldn
.2 »Ll' »' .
GEO. T. SPEARS
/Aim ’ vKVi
Inspiration for greater things. Henry
W, Stanley is an authority on mer-
chandising problems. His time and
services are offered free of "charge
to the people of Graham during to-
day and tomorrow,-and everyone en-
gaged in business pursuits should be
on hand tonight and tomterow to
bear, his discussions. _
"Smile, dare you, smile ’, suerns
to hpve been the. jmttpnal motto dur-
ing the past week. Will Rogers de-
clared that the barter times gut the
more the American ’ people laughed.
TWt may have beta slightly over
drawn, hut it is' a fact that there
has bean a noticeable lack of’’grouch,
ing” ever the closing of the banks.
Awkward situations became down-
right funny when viewed with a
smile, and moat of the "hard luck''
stories beard rn the stneet were told
pi a humorous vein. . The efficacy
of humor as a saving grade has been
demonstrated again. _A patten that
can langh at Itself no matter how
serious the situation is like a foot-
ball team that never says “quit’*.
The United States hasn't quit; we’re
going right through the line in spite
taMghvl -‘I—jV1-*” snd pret,
ty soon we'll he headed out in a
clear,field for the goal line.
There toys been ’a-very noticeable
atntnce of1 pessimism (luring the
economic crisis of the past two
weeks. ' The banker and linaucier
- .......w • re encouraged because they could
— see beyond the clouds to the ulti-
mate result, but for the man on the
street whose knowledge of econom-
ies it limited, optimism was'"based on
lsith alone. This faith was largely
-built up by confidence in tht na-
tion's new. administration, Roose-
velt believes to himself and his
country, end bis quiet ‘confidence
has proven contagious.' Th* new
president's -radio broadcasts .have
played an important part to spread-
ing confidence. Instead of reading
a voluminous speech as has been
done by chief executives in the past,
Franklin LL- Roosevelt steps up to
the microphone and talks simply,
straight from the shoulder, and ut-
terly devoid of egotism. \ It is as
y if he were sitting in each home, talk-
ing it wrer with each family of the
nation. Hie fine voice and simpli-
city of manner aVme would- inspire
confidence, and hie ref reeking habit
"Art doing thing* quickly withpui un-
necessary talk is having » ef
■ ENKY GRADY'S ADVICE
Before the marked ’ perfection
1 needs must toy head quite
That I, though human, fall so far
The -'measure of your faith, your
WHERE DOES YOUR BOY
. ________ WAHft
Know all about hia friends, snd
how he spends hil time? Is to
cut of a job? Dos* he seem to
have some money!
This is a ehoe-vdon’t wear if it’s
the wrong site.
Boys can get into plenty of trou-
ble these days. And, my, hew long
it will take to get out of if that
trouble is serious.
Take tho three young fsllows who
orked out of Woodbury- They
got away with the bandit business
for ton weeks before being caught,,
but during’that time they were work-
ng for tow than 816 a week each.
*100 A MONTH
HOW THE VACULATOR OPERATES
• •4 Nuts
And even If you are a woman
with a body oft racked with pate.
• B O B. WHITE
Amy Doe Vogelsang
morn when the gray dawn waa
And the moon wan hidden from
heard a little bird whistling,
“Bob White! Bob White! Bob
And in my heart I questioned.
Why did God make me so frail!
Why couldn’t I have been aa tough
• At a Muejay or even a quail!.' .
, • - — - ,
Then this little bird whistled back.
The notes of his votes shrill aad
Here’s what’s next.
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Spears, George T. The Graham Leader (Graham, Tex.), Vol. 57, No. 31, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 16, 1933, newspaper, March 16, 1933; Graham, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth884384/m1/2/: accessed April 23, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Library of Graham.