The Graham Leader (Graham, Tex.), Vol. 39, No. 22, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 7, 1915 Page: 1 of 8
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Wlti Malice TtvnN Naae; Wltli Clarity ft AH.
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RAHA^TEFaS, THURSDAY. JANUARY 7, 191
We know witli our buying con-
nection we can save you money
on anything to wear. We invite
comparison of values with any
one. We buy nothing but the
best brands of goods and back
HP everything we sell not only
with our years of honest dealing
with you, but'also with
Your Money Bacfe If Goods
THAT Gf\R(*\ENT6 SHOULD BE
ALL WOOL IF PEOPLE WAo SELL
THE/A TO VoU^AVmEY ARE-
n “TftE LmB MAY BE “FLEECED'
iv IN ORDER TO MAKE WOOLEN
Goods but You /seed not
^<BE FLEECED IF You BUY AT
A reliable store
Our buyer will go East in the
next thirty days tobuy for Spring
TMt Sum* BAOWN
Busier Brown"_Hosiery for Men,
Women and Children.
piest that .there is to be hadr
Our Clearance Sale Unusual has been
a success. Every day, though the weather has been against
store crowded with happy, intelligent buyers. ,
OUR STORE NUMBER IS 22
College Band Plays
Leader’s Oldest Friend
Dies of Heart Failure
Meat Monday will be the first
we laueu last week to men-
tion a serenade given The Leader
by the High School Brass Band,
Through an oversight we fail
Trades Day of the New Year and
if the weather is favorable and
the roads fit to travel tltfirfi
will be a large crowd here. For
the fcast month the roads have
UCCH 111 Hlich A conditio]) of^ fit'-
count of heavy rains that people
only came to town when it was
absolutely necessary for them to
do- so, and they have stayed
but a short while for the weath-
er has been so hard on stock that
but few cared to allow their
during the holidays: The music
was good for amateurs and we
appreciated the remebr&nce as
much as any could, but in the
rush of last week forgot to
tion it until it was too late for
The High School Band is com-
posed of school boys and they
are making rapid progress under
Prof. «J. F. ll.Crabb, their teacher
Op^ra House, Now Soon
TPay 0* Hearts.”
4'"’A;v pMto*4 ■ (lpi'
"n i fliH'
J- w. Graves, the widow of the “ Q°rin .0Ln“ned 1
feutidcr nf this paper, for hcrl^ ty ii?<t .^yening.. rainfall
time. This weather 'has also put fi ' “ aniall round »iusi-
» m thn ,,„omobiI„ m.„ “tudl,;d »1' "*”•
«nd h„ I,,, stayed at horn. ™ T“
<* » lnwty trip town. £"* *“d
But. the „„„ bl.e„ .hinin* “"J ^ h»ve ">”d; » *•»
mo., of the week end, if the 1 "
thwher continue. Rood ,1,0 reads T*1"”” t<* ■M.ty.
wil! be in fairly good shape and Married Saturday
^ people, having been housed Henry C. Savage and Mias Sue
Up so long, will be anxious to get Evelyn Cox were .married at tin;
remembrance of us just before
Christmas as has been her cus-
tom for several years, with some
fine lot of* Satsuma oranges
which she reoeives from her son,
W. L. Graves, editor of the Lea-
gue City News.
We appreciate the remembrance
and are glad to know she con-
tinues to feel the interest in
the paper she has manifested.
Our Mailing List
Wo appreciate, more than Jfcve
Record of Rainfall
Mrs. H. M. Orr died of heart j The local observer has fui»-
failufo at her home north of niahed the following summary o
can express, the manner in vv
the friends of The Leader have
responded to our call for aid. The . ,,e*,d,‘8 he
eredits have not all been given *"X <‘h,Idren-
at 6 'o’clock and her remains were
buried in Oak Grove cemetery at January
2 o’elude Monday evening. Fun- February
eral services were conducted at! March
the Baptist church by her form-J April
er pastor, Rev. G. W. Black. ! Ma7
Mrs. Orr,. (nee Miss Minnie j *^unp .
Belle Willis) was born in 1884 JuI^
and at about twelve years of age, August
professed religion and joined the ^*P^embef
Baptist church, with which de-J0ct°ber
nomination she has remained November
faithful, living a devout, christ- Deceud>er
ian life. In July, 1900, she was
married to H. M. Orr.*
Besides her husband she leaves
1.65 in. in.
1.25 in. 1.09 in.
No record .95 in.
2.65 in. 6.41 in.
4.93 in. 4.73 in.
3.49 in. 2.85 in.
.37 in, 1.46 in.
To Mr, and Mrs. Arthur Haw-
1-91 in. 1.24 in.
5.98 in. 4.35 in.
2.78’in. 2.09 in.
Totals, 28.86 in. 34.14 jn.
The following are 'maximum
records for the months named:
January, 1913, 1.65 inches.
out and see what 'is doing, and Methodist parsonage last Sat-
course, will come to town on urday afternoon, Rev. J. Hall
Trades Day as usual. - Bowman officiating.
The groom is one of the most *,nv,‘
Woa Ramstnbmice i popular young ’men in Newcastle
TTe acknowledge, with sincere He is a member of the brass
tha.i..N, the receipt of a box of band there and is (juite a favor-
nice South Texas oranges from ite among his associates.
on our mailing list yet but ,w«| .Th'* Leader j°ins thp man.v, iyi*5. U>5 inches
are now striving to get to tinsffrHmds of thn bereaved family February, 1912, 1.25 inches.
llexFwecfc. .A lilt oi wh„ “‘ »**«*»* -ympathy. _ Aptil, 1908, 6.83
I'hv,. paid will bo publwhod «„| F.1..' Report- J>' ' mch°“
our old friends, Mr. and Mm. II.
P. Rose, of Webster, Texas,
which dame just before Christ-
mas and served as a great factor
in making the day the happy,
pleasant day that it was for us
The bride is the daughter of
Jack Cox, one of the Oldest eiti-
tena of the county, and is one
among the most popular young
ladiea in Newcaatle.
To the happy young people the
and OUf family. Such Ttimlnessca Leader wishes to extend congratu
that all may know the proper | Sheriff Mai Wallace requests at
m-d.t has been given. Those vyhojto state that there is a false rc-
hnre token advantage of uuC dub port going the FuTndsTo the ef-
bmg offer should receive their feet that he killed a Mexican
fir^t copies of the magazines while making an arrest some
soon after the 15th of the month,(time ago. There is nothing
June, 1905, 6.33 inches.
July, 1911, 7.96 inches.
August, 1914, S.JjH) inchse.
kins, Loving, a boy.
To Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Ballew,
Qrgham, A hoy,---_-------
Hugh Haygood and Mis* Bes-
sie McCoghen, Olney.
S. F. Farmer and Miss A1 verse
Robert Cox andM isg Maggie
Walter Vdyles and Miss Julia
( harlie Kelley, and Miss Lassie
iiol.se, Klhert, Texas.
tvam Gibson and M iss Addie
L. N. Adams and Miss Lilly
Ernest Reese and Miss Kittv
M E Bailey nad Miss Allie
as then is the time of their puh-
li<*ation, and they will continm
for one year.
the report. Mr. Wallace did ar-
rest a Mexican some time ago,
but so far, he-has had no trouble
D. O. Vick s,suit the first of with anr°np *
the week, in Dallas on business.
are appreciated in a manner that lations.
cannot be expressed
Mr. Rose is euahier of the bank
i’a Wcbatcr and is doing welj.
surprised us laat Tuesday even-
ing with a pleasant call. He and
Mrs. M. M. Maupin and daugh-
Our old friend, H. V. Caldwell, tcr« Mi*« Z°o1*. »t The ° ‘ . .
irprisod S ,„t ^ Ui .
Preaching at Tonk Valley
Rev. Gaines JB. Hail will fill
his regular appointment at
Upper Tonk Vslley pf 3 o’clock
next Sunday afternoon.
-. his kxt-Ap—i | Leader.
today and subscribed for The
September, 1905,' 3.58. inches.
October, 1907, 3.58 inche s
November, 1913, 5.98 inches.
December, 1911, 5.02 inehe.s
The minimum record was 'for
September, 1914, a record of .11
The record has ben kepet for
ten years. Abundance of rain
fell to have made a fine corn crop
C. P. Donning and Miss Alma
da Moren, Henry Chapel.
Methodist Church —
Going . to the Methodist
church next Sunday f Of . ourse
1 am. M hat do I want to belong
to a church for and never at-
tend, when I am able to do sot”
I read the above in a magazine
recently. How does it strike
youf Ouf_uOo to Church” cam-
paign is nbw on.
r J-:_ We are keeping
conditions are more favorAhle!record °f the attendants. Bo on
_UK t ... ,| tor ^ yw- Pl*nt corn and(l,and next Suuday and have a
« ea at Eliasville and. Thorough Mabry returhedto beep plowing and watch and K°©d record for January
Were on the wav tn their tinnu. ■____^ . _____• .. 6 __.. _ ____ _ —
on the way to their home,Dallas yesterday morning where!wait the results next fall Put
in Sherman, and he dropped i* attending the MetropoliUn thia in your scrap book.
, to see how we were making College, after .pending ~ ~ *
- and renew for the Old Reliable. fthe holi<W at home. -
Uime to Sunday school.
J. Hall Rowai
T Don’t Fail to see the first in-
voluntary pbaerrer-'.talment of “The Trey 0’ Heart*
C. W. Johnson.
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Bowron, Frank H. The Graham Leader (Graham, Tex.), Vol. 39, No. 22, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 7, 1915, newspaper, January 7, 1915; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth884420/m1/1/: accessed December 19, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Library of Graham.