The Graham Leader (Graham, Tex.), Vol. 39, No. 22, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 7, 1915 Page: 2 of 8
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unc leasDOoniul ot medicine and two nound« of
fow own pound feed (coat about Icents^qual,
—4a what they do for your animals and fowls,—two
pounds of say ready-made stock or poultry tonic
fpnce 25 cents). There you are I If you don't
•dicva it, try it out I Buy^today, a can of-
I 'RPP 1\aj» STOCK a POULTRY
il i 32 IM iSwSa
BmOm Stock MMUdac
SBc.SOc and fl. per <
home of Mr. and Mrs. R
open to a number
of the younger society set on Fri-
day evening, December 25, when
they entertained in honoi^ -of
their, grandchildren, Miss Artie
Norman and R. F. Short, Jr.
I will give a Bible to the first
person sending me the
answer to the following riddle.
If more than one correct answer
comes in the same matt; ftfttk
J Right table* of progrooifivo fetTed tQ each vgjy oi the
games furnished'amusement and \ J- H. Fisher,
- ---F » — to to1"!
one opened will receive the Bible.
Can you give the scriptures re
. Relative .Value of Hogs and Dogs
If twelve dogs are worth $290,
Miss Catherine Craig made high
'Score" and was given a "pretty box
of statiouery. J. C. Rickman
PCL3ISHED pvrrv THi’Mn.v1 , ,nadt* hiKh 8,*°re f°r the boys and
- -- !51! RhDAY what are 140 hogs worthfTaetaio was given a pretty tie. Miss Ne-
weta Flint took the “booby, a
stick t»f red eendy.-
Ratos of Subscription
fine Copy, Qa* v»*r.--—u.oa
> Copy, Six Months - .50
what are 140 hogs worth? This
problhln cannot be
arithmetical process, but the cpun
Entered at the Postoffice el Graham
Unas, as second-class mail matter. I coords of one county in Texas
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IjfcANK H. BOWRON. Editor
Horrors of War.
In his own forceful style, Irvin
S. Cobh, of the Saturday Even-
ing Post, writing in the Red
Cross Magazine for January, tells
answer it. The information came
to light during an investigation
carried on by Messrs. Ausfhf and
Well re in of the Public Welfare Di
vision of the University of Texas,
to determine the amount of per-
sonal property rendered by ten-
ants in a certain county of Texas.
The answer is that 140 hogs arc
worth $550. In short, one dog
is worth $24.16 on the average
against $3.21 the average
Misses Neweta Flint and Lo-
vells Rddleman furnished several
A delicious salad course was
served. ' *
God made, Adam out of dust,
But thought it best to make me
So I was made before the man
To answer God’s most holy plan.
My body God did make complete,
But without arms or hands or feet
My ways and acts lie did control,
But to my body ga\*e no soul.
A living being T became,
And Adam gave me my name.
I from his presence then withdrew
And more of Adam n^ver knew.
17 00 DROPS
For Infants and Children.
inliill' a.! ft --i n * i' riuin11iij A
j r* i t i
Infants /c iui pkkn
HAS VALUABLE AGENCY
Doty & Company has the Gra-
It rrTJr **, ““^"^-11 <m (.w,
uc icm frora them nev.r went astray
»ne) etc., known as Adder-t-ke, Thnn««nHo . i i J
the remedy which beoame ftvtuo-us jp . seldom n RC* ^ ^
by ourin* Th, *eldom “ e“rth
For purpose wise which God did
Worth of a hog. The dog, in the
estimation of the tenant-tax-pay-
. I ers of that particular county, is
of th, miat-ry h, ,l„rinK hi, j,„d „ v,luab|e as ,he h„K
,n'’ “ ,kr .Another element appear, in thi,
estimate, however, and that
«ooe. SjH»aking of those ~ made
homeless and destitute hv tip-
war, he says in part:
“I saw them tramping aimless-
ly along wind-swept, rain-washed
roads, fleeing from burning and
devastated villages. 1 saw them
deeping in open fields uj>on the
miry earth with no cover anti no
■better. ! saw them herded to-
gether in the towns and cities
from which many of11 them ulti-
t he yomnittLi belief that
mate I y fled, existing God alone
knows how. i saw them—ragged
fuitive scarecrows-—|<row ling in
the shattered ruins of tlieir
ing talvagii where
there was no salvage to he found.
i s«w-them living like the beasts
of the 1 ield, upon such tilings
damages which can he recovered
from a |>erson killipg your dog is
some way influenced by the val-
ue which the animal is rendered
on the tax rolls. •
The forthcoming University bul
lctin on Farm-Tennacy will con-
tain much statistical data con-,
renting the'condition of the'farm
tenant in Texas, and will treat
f>h» -remedy has powerful iu>-
t»on anul drairiM such surprioing
amounrts of aid matter I'toiu Cfie Puf a living soul in me.
body-that JUST ONE DOSE re- A 80lll from me ray God did claim
lieves sour itomaoh, gas on tlhe|And tot»k from me that soul again
Hfomtaefo- nwd c^mstipiatim «Iiikas> .. f , ‘ , , ,
IMMEDIATELY. The QUICK »<■ ”* ,0
I was the same as when first made,
And without hands or feet or soul
ness and KtslCoi
ApeHect Rrmedy forComR*
tton. Sour Stoudi.DtMTtxn
Worms fouvulskHis Jhvrisk
ness wdLosAor Sleep.
IbcSuk si|naftirf of
i > I
_ . _______
Tux Centaur Compass;
;i(b inonlhs oiii
tian ol AdU”r-i-ka is astonialting.
Notice is hereby given that op ' • travel oh from pole to pole,
the first day of the regular ter *
Exact Copy of Wnpp«.
m ________^■■ .....
For. Over s
of the -Commissioners Court of-
Noting County, Texas, towit, on>
the 8th day of February, A. Ds
Iblo, scaled bids will be receiv-
ed from any banking corporation,
assiu-iation, individual bankAk/<>ri
individual- in tliis c<nmf\stiJ act
T labor hard by day and night,
Io fallen men 1 give great light,
Thousands of ]>eople, young and
Wdl by my death great light
No right or wrong can I conceive
as county* depository bfl gttooHThe St*riPturea I cannot believe,
of' nn.‘J _______a o • iUT 1 AlthnmrK m _____xk______• * I
exhaustively such questions a. -
“Is farm Tenacv a Transition
Stage?’’, it being contended hv
funds of said county. Said v»ida
shall state the rate of .intermit
aouie that it represents merely a
stage in the progress of individ-
uals from laboring by. the day t«>
being html-ownera. ____
that said hanking corporation^
association, individual banker* or.
individual offers to pay on tlu^
school funds computed on daily
average balances of Young Coun-
t.v, Texas from the date of said
hid -until ili.e time required by1
lat* to again select a county /1c-
positorj- of school funds. .Said
bids shall he accompanied with
a certified check t» the sum of
Although my* name therein
1 hey nre to me an empty sound.
No fear of death ddth trouble me
Real happiness I nc Vr shall see;
To Iteaven i shall never go
<>r to the grave or hell* below.
| HAVING LEASED I
.. .. --------- ---------------.stJ-----—.... .. 40‘TZ
P. C. Walker’s interest in the St. Louis Restaurant, we
are better prepared than ever to serve you
LADIES TRADE A SPECIALTY
W, f. AND Mrs. Babb
- Evening? Party
Gne of the prettiest parties
_^_j>LLkc bpfklay seasntp-wns given g t
I tbr- heasts of fb<* 'Ttlfitklay feVentfljgV DeCTTObeF" 2f
reject. 1 saw them standing in "ben .Mis Lottie Bell Wallace en-
l..n(r I in., wtitta, for th.-ir I ‘?rt|,in"d *' ll,,r “'»> oltv, thi, :.th dnyof Jm. ISIS.
j>nor share of the dole of a char- ^ (Seal) W. 1*.. Stinson,
ity «HM. afrpady w» »r«Dr W], it T.'.rl'?'* VoM“*
haunted. I rhw their towns when guests were entertained with*
hardly one stone stood upon progressive games in which Miss
another. ] saw thrir .ihnndoned i'*B*e Jackson won high ‘score
farm—lamls where the harvest J ,,riis" f,H* the ladies and ^was pre
Now when these lines you slowly
Go# search your Bible with all
For that my name’s rocorded-
Witness my hand and seal of ^ honestly to you declare.
Notice by Publication of Final
retted m flic furrows and the
fruit hung mildewed and ungath-
■ orod—u(w>n—the—trees:—F saw
their cities where trade was dead
and credit was a thing which no
longer cxitsed. I saw them stag-
gering trom weariness and from
the weakness of hunger. I saw
all these sights re|H*atcd and
towel. Christian Stoffcrs was
given * gentleman s jirizi*. a box
of "stationery. Misses Nolle (.'ra-
ham, Lh Vella Kddlcman, an<l
Ethel Birdwdl delighted ^lie
guests with several piano num-
Tin* hostess served delicious
'.marshmallow cream with Angel
I. I lliwl II Mi I i Pll it ..nL ..
multiplied in finitely- vcs. andj fno(l an(, fruit cnU)l
magnified, loh—lmt not once did'
, I Those present were Misses Lil-
hT.'f. Jr "UiU*e °r '‘V“n **by -H-rrifion, Beulah Allen, Tara:
child t.iat wop, or or.o<| o„t.’’ Gatlin, Ada .Rickman. Artie Nor-
The horrors of w*r as portray- Iiliuif Xoia Atlair) Hessye Finch
O. S." —
Saved the Farm
cd by Air. I <>hh aro enough to
startle a hardened criminal. He
Berenice -Miller, Nolle Graham,
•Myrtle Wool folk, Winnie Tankers
tells ol seeing soldiers in tatters Heulah Stone, Lovdla Eddlc-
and s reams of wounded pouring man, Mary Ellen Burkett, Eula
back trom the front endlessly, j stone, Ssllie Jackson, Ve^la Mar-
is a Nlr.etly neutral whrd tin, Ktl.ei Birdell, Lizzie John-
fMcture he pamts i„ u.e interest 8„„, Maud Arnold, Sadie Scott,
•J humanity m the future. The Lorena Wallace, Mary Wallace,
w!gh; • ‘ Warl*nd Lucile Reed. Messrs. Eh
Fifty or more newsboys and
Messengers, in the employ ,,f the
telephone and telegraph com-
RMnes af 7’c Hi pic were given a
Christmas turkey banquet in the
hoxemerit of the First Maptist
■hurch at that place. 8The h»»-
qfuet was given by the junior de-
partment of the Sunday S.-hool.
To Olvo Qatalac To CUldrea.
ver Stone, Albert Holt, R. F.
Short, Jim Porter, J. II. Norris,!
Floyd Hinson, Bill Johnson, J. (’.I
Rickman, Merl Cole, Christian'
Stoffcrs, Gray Howard, Mabry
Short, Sherill Norris, Troy Samp-
ley, Ilerseliel Eddleman, George
I’rideaux, Fred Hudson, Zorl
Birdwell, Sam, Casey, Jesse Fore,
«nd Clint (,’opeland.
“One day last fall my
wife and I started for a
drive, leaving the house
deserted. A short while
after we d passed Jones’
place, Mrs. Jones Saw
smoke coming from our
"She ran to the tele-
phone—Got Mrs. Reed
who operates the switch-
board located in her home.
Mrs. Reed called all the
nearby people on the line
(two long rings — the
emergency signal,) and
they put the fire out with
little damage.” #
A Telephone ea lb« Firm coa-
■•ctod wilfc the Bell Sytln is a
protection and nafe-Anard ia all
••■1 isuciaa. Q
Scrtlwesteni TeL & TeL 0. 0
The State of Texas, —-v—
To the Sheriff or any-Constable!
of Young (kurnty- Greetiitgr— H
G. K. Ragland, (Jusniian of!
Estate ot Paul Ragland, Sadal
r Ragland, Raymon Ragland]
Ciena Ragland, milbors, hav-
filed m oiir Coi*it\ Court
Final Acaount\of nh^eondj-
of the Ektate d^ said Paul
Ragland, Sada Maj^lagland, Ray
Ragland, I lena Raglaml,
.Minors, together with an applica-
tion to he discharged from said
We are prepared to fill your orders for coal
Extra Quality Lump
$4.50 Per Ton
PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY
Phone T. G. WIGNALL. Mgb, Ind. Ul-4r
GRAHAM COAL CO.
Proprietors Burch Mine
will depend upon tlu*
, i NOTICE is hereby given that
- YOU ARE HEREBY COM-'I™01’ ‘‘ 'HV<‘ St°' k' Your °n t,lL‘ first d«y of the regular
MANUEL), that hy.......publiJlt’ioaj( °unty IIealth (*>n‘i(‘er 1,HS co1*
of this Writ for Twenty days!the information |»ossi-
in a Newspafier regularly publish |^e ,,IK^ "ill be pleased to give
ed in the County of Young, youjto any and all who will call at
give due notice to all persons ia- his office. It is very unsatisfae,
terested in the Account ol Final t„rv i™ f „•
„f ,Ti.l E«.„, lr> *° ?ve """
file tl.oir ohjeahm. thereto, jf|""n m “rt,cle tlirou/>
any they have, on or before April j ,,r<‘ss’ aH we f,nd so mat J tilings
Term, 11)15, of said ^ounty Court,,thnt he yyJafuMl in de-
eommeneiiig and to be holden at-tail in such inaimiT^\ we can do
the Court House-of said County
in the city of Graham, on the
Second Monday in April, A. I).
Hilo, when said Account and Ap-
plication will he considered by
WITNESS (’. W.
Clerk of the County Court . of* needed information
Ou December 24, President WiL
‘ Our rrntfll r
J© adult© wh« cwm ,
di*trihute<l 172 turkeys, remem-
bering the policemen as well
the clerks and domestics.
?***• A,** ,Mr ? oa»c© original “h
line has arrived,
s will he, for one
day $1.00; one half day, 75c. W«
Call Light Plant.
Graham Electric Co,
given UNDER MY HAND
and Seal of said Court, at mjc-
iu a personal conurbation. It
will be with the people as to
whether we have this dreaded
disease another year. I will do
my part and I urge you to do
yours. I assure you it will give
me pleasure to give you the.
if you will
call at my office. It will he nd
trouble lor me to give you this
information and answer-all your
oHice in the City of Graham, IhisJquestions. Jt is yours and will
doth day of December, A. 1). 1914 give me pleasure to aid you in
Seal) C. W. Hinson, every way possible. Let us get
Clerk, County Court, Young busy - I will expect vou 1 am
T%\ ^ ' Yours to server, '
Elizabeth Hall, Deputy. J. L. Williamson,
Wm. Johnson, Constable, Pre.| County - Health Officer for
No. 1, Young Co., Texas. j Young County, Texas.
term of the Coiipnisaiouers Court
ot Yo""h' ('minty, Texas, towit;
•rn the 8th day of February, A.
I). 191o, sealed bids will be re-
uitid Ironi any hanking eorpqr**
«tion, association „r individual
hanker or individftl in this eo„n-
t.v to act as depository
°/ .‘‘“""ty fufMof Ad county.
Sa,d bi<is «hifll state rate of in-
ti rest that said banking corpor-
ation, -association »r individual
banker, .or individual offers • t<N
P«y on the funds of the County*
of Young from the date of said
hid until the time required by
law to again select a county de-
poistory. Said ..bids shall be ae-
compamed with « certified cheek
for not less than $250.00.
Witness my hand snd Beal o'
*aid court this the 5th day oT
(Seal) W> P Ktinwn,
County Judge, Young County.
•avfgoraHaj to ttw p«|« M<] sickly
Tto Old Standard
oaova s TAST
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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/m1/2/: accessed February 17, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Library of Graham.