The Graham Leader (Graham, Tex.), Vol. 59, No. 12, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 1, 1934 Page: 3 of 10
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Condition* in QrahamUw eom-
with those in -other \Jfes(
towns Are decidedly better
than the aveMjge, , according , M
Boyce House, staff writer for the
Star-Telegram wjio was in Grahant
yf afternoon liufoing a «ur-
STAFF WRITER BN TO l±
HERE SAYS GRAHAM IS RFTTER OFF
THAN MOST WEST TEXAS CITIES
OF 7 NEARLY HALF OF PROPERTY OF
PAEfl DURO ’ ESTATES FOUND TO BE INTANGIBLES
1880 Must Have
Been A Dry Year
A. D. Jackson, Chief,
In this “state, Mr. Gab-
The present year hasn't been dry
. , , t, , , com pa red with 1HSO, according to
l.aro also found that largie esta- - - • ...
. i. v . ... Frl|f Wilhelm Hs proves It -with
J,tat*6' acquire relatively greater . ~ /
es® *°r ss
secretary of the Oifon1
irce, interviewed th ■
raham bVs'ness men to
aifws and figures on busih
id spent moft- Of the
v | scqnatrr
better off tljan the1
Texan town*, Mr.
iuae her curve Of
slow but steady.
f*" drSbitn' Kits IfiH “no marked mush.
J rqopi growth, her^decline . during
.tko’ voorc rJ fVto donrimuinn whs also
(By Jjessjfca Morehead
Many are the beaiille*. m nature,
itl. Oi'e ; readntly opened . Palo Hurt/
Canyon, itvj the Texaay -Panhandler
grdiWtf add long ^°n^’, W 'n tb® Stictc Of Texas is mtan-j stp^Jl estates and since intangible specimens now displayed in the win.
*" fj~ ’ i % *‘1 valorem tax., .according* to tho smaller operators pay relative, it waS so dry the tadpoles dried up
.(Quanah Tribune-Chief.) lawatld * "•*%** r n J ,, 1 If ^ - 'Gabbard, of the Texas Agri- ;Jy the -heavier tgx fpf this reason, and the shapcyof thaig bodies re-
former brought'a ffnrnani of U' f* Jh YL*- ■ " f ViooK KxperrnVCtU Station. who If all the property, ''both, tangible m^fn'cm the stone. Fritz isn’t cejr.
tea laaal Sda last Weak, ° ..T'1* , Jmnri J)1^ JUsde a ytndy- of the prubgtu. and intangible is Texas cophf be tain about the date of-this year. ifo
he said that* tie had hireid 1 , i T-T •m'r*' ^fecortlijiroinr T7"'I'UmtEWy-^nilJuU liiiunht -under asiwnisar.sviin bp, Jakes for granted-A was in 1880.
,ht Ute rate of ten' cejts a W- », not, soon to be for- I w„„ es, *.me classified has*, than, it. would ,
After tho.<iaefl*cottbn yraa gtn-; -fTTT , take and it believed! that- tfte# he., possibly to lessen the .tax Jmi*-' 'WfTHorf FREE SPEECH
and - the seed sold,' Ihe former 2^J‘ '7* "^^1. **nc' record* truly, refowseit^l the''claa^‘(r<ui on."tlie small 'farmer, the vtafol . *" -
beged iTYsw canta for gipbing I tunrw “nT they flit from branch toR fjCBti0rv of tangible and intangible mgtohanb, and the small Indu-tries ‘ Without free speech' no search for
“fol *T|l«ir. Urqpariy' in. Texaa:'N'lnejy^aeven pfer; which -
ings. Tne mocking ,bird " s i
red. iTYsw, gfobing ; ‘un ,,
received |&'.pounds of, 1 foil cot- branch,
ion Ifvom-Jhe;«in 'sTflhWk't he ““tl1
.seas moving back' to jfifojt Texas abd * e
Way going to have a mattrei'' — “
from the lint eotfon and
on |The remnant to help f pa(| Jhe|
pTnpferty i assessed Tor part. JtV plain fa-U ini'Ihe caw* no diScpAiy <Mi-trutrfI(*tnseful; with-
taxation is tangible- fohiln^onljr! 3f gre that a large-part oT our pro. out fre«f .speech progrew^ ia check- r J f p.
the'yebrs of the depression was alto
slight (where other oil towns have
' Almost vacated.
aified interests .In and a--
round J Graham also keep the hu*i- hhiise west: of
more or less of an even years. Lately h
aid. i another house
ugh the popular writer re- away. When hi
J (fee 11 Sullivai
about I twi
from mentioning names he - his wife that ie wish*
tated to| J mv
most (deserted and streets were roll-' them and hot jput him to the troii.j
ed up every nigtit aml on -week-ends ble of catching them. The fami y
moved in the |afterno*)n|. That nigjit 1
the- turkeys came to I thwir .
* home and roosted jo tho fcuue. Thef
refused to take hm Ch»mhgT7T\vhore flock came to Tifcrr“‘ffc\v
pngs. The mocktng I
:ker, runs the gajuut
ughoijt the night ■ tjprr cent ef-bfou. psppJrty/'asKessed perty is not paying taxes'It is*not -ed and the nations no longer march
came the lit be dhnbell I is- intangUile. 'Id. otheij wild*, >f uncommon . for a farmer to......pity forward towards""’ihe nobler life i
tJi,, i pet footed deer. It he taxes-' levfed on this nronertv taxes on an assessed value of- a which tkefuture holds for man Brt. \ /
t buf/alo u-umlercil i a- ,.r (r«e ■
-rocks( apd pools, andl perty and 3. per cent was onlntan- small equity- in that farm, whereas, .sgeech. f ,The. ,a bu s^di*?i n a llay,"
l| gible property. . Accordingly,, "mich the. real owner of-,, the fjBni(r~"'-the but the ilenial slays tins life of tb» '
property as stocks, , Lojidti, _Qptes, man who ow’ps the -)ien notes, es. people,-pnd entorpbs the hope of the
l money in the bank, etc.,- is esca'p- capes taxajipi entirely. Equality in race.—Charles Bt-adlaugh.
Eng (aicatibn, lek^lng1 jOllf. rill ‘pi*8-r tamtion is aiftindanisntah snd
perty and chattels. in - phe country, Inequalities ,as( are mentioned
town?, and cities to pay the large should be adjusted so as to „ __ ______.___.
proportion of the tax,..This is in tribute governmental ebsts equitab- ner that, must be successfully^, found
fact ohe of the seriqus inequalities ly among the people. -and turned. — *
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coyote moved along t
JljLfog ... .....
the quldt with
ling 1«M looked do
(pop the glade
[ bison sank b
here It Is said that prosper!ty ^ts juit
dis— around the goyngy. hut it- in a cor.
as a time/when thou didpti
upon / " ■ -,v-
deelaifed that many towns seem al- drove of turfeys wquhl| follow
figure ' in
lig been « utoui-
the journal! stir
in the Southwest and having following rfight the tuik<
Jim “Ooris” Watson fori ntissing hut bn the tford
— ‘ ■ =*-' ■*“■ tKeTT
,ance and rose-colored glasses
v> 1 j
meres* figures too readily, j and have been .perni»nen|jy locafod,.
'Wtd Jim set out to makei ever since.Pi • I T r
the rounds of the square. m "'If iq...doubt shput the authentl- cam]
Under Mr. Watsdn’s expert guid-, city.of tJtfs story, “chepk it With
-f ■ -um
Jti=rr+=.-L.______: J The
man, of our merchants who| 1 IlieVeS rail. IO ' J I
Halt His Wfdjding
football and bu*fn«|W’, if time|
. Chamber of ComjnWrcr secre.j by. train tq many
to retu/n from a trip tq Bun-, Winder, Brighton Si
iMC House was
London, OcU .26.-Wal
Freeman of London, wa
»"-< Winder. 'Brigh
a flying-trip,* waai made outj.teMh«rv when hta wall
‘ ' ' ■ ' fet»:‘diag’Micenae /were sto
the; high school t« _ _____ , ,
Optimum ,'frpm Codehj rWW to the occasion,
probable outcome °f i other' license ,anit- the
iport game. j I place on hchfoiul
■Remembering, perhaps, that after,
the Star-Telegram was paying
for exclusive article now
.then, MrTHbuse Rhlllll ^
tPUih—"J the coach's ln-)v, ^ ,/
terviaw. Within ajl probabnity the
fltfo of KniefTs optimism Was
'...aAfoh Ted to quick dis-
missad of- d iscus ^ion Of the Graham-
Bridgeport and Newcastle -Iacksboro
games in , ravor fof 1*1* likely score jwith linent kr bfooght near
of-the Ixilm-Breokenrldgi* game at . hc4* if StrSesthe clith and
Brechenridge Sato1- other imttles- Vehom. into ahe .giai^
with qneationable outcomes. *1 UrOfohifb the ■remiWder is gentlv
squeezed from the sflands on top!
nf • it* hfhd. This venofii* I
lirlowsing/deer and many
* are they now’ Till
hence have they fiedt »
friends who ott have mt'de
!hy slopes tlfoir bed? | r"
%re they n<)w, all gonel to
aunfo_ jTnkrjowiu, . . I
ove in peai^, beside, some
hantom. throne.1’________■ I
theJ.Chieftain and, I his j]and
at will In this native haunt,
dif wigwams, wK6re 'mg(htly
flared, revealed a picture
-Ufe—the -blanketed sduaw
papoose Tn thodiacjurround,- --I fTt ____( ,
!** ip*fn*pl s, a.lJL0niHj|06S
"Srsleeping on a soft pliable
bul falo Tokw, tanned- and decorated
ordfng to Indian art. The moth-
perhaps preparing the evening
!al for her, chieftain, * her lord,
— doubtless sal stocially in. stt-
smoking his pipe of stoQe. f
heT red flame of campfhses has
since died down, to ashes and
Freeman’ ^Ariched the soilf fronjf wtotrtrwpring^
mc-h.lt- colorful flowers. The tonltom ’
the. weird Indian war dance is
longer heard to reverberate
down the canyon’s wails. No longer
xONJwKatf' and^ how~i*c-i«Lnt!-toxiii
for srjaW btUaimam>^t>^s^? 1.
.....At.is.daig.ifoirnis maHitfined for'
this burefoMT the reptile 1^", flsTV-iT'’
td to 4 fobie and a gla|»s cooes1®*
The Star-Telegram's star staff
r left about 4 Vetock to pay
Archer City a brief visit; then
hack-tracked through to Brecken-
ridge for the Homecoming celebra-
Ttoti1 today and tomorrow.,
a hfhd. Th
ually Injieted into a healthy hdrae
50 times strong enough to k"l
ordinary - equine. Thefi some of th
animal’s blood Is drawn and left
to settle. The clear fluid left is
the seum of anti-venom. It ususl-
A Silver Ring ly requires but 10 or 13 days for
the snake’s glands to
This venojn' l«
Children And Money
~ Grandma Roosevelt, otherwise
known as Eleanor, wife of Presi.
dent Roosevelt, in one of her talks,
always practical, tells what she
thinks about children and money.
worthy of con-
something quite pathet-
ic to be found in an abstract of
Title to a small home in my county.
It ie the will of. the yflfe of the
man who owned it. She died a few
yean ago and the husband who is en.
deavoring to secure a loan had the
abstract made;- The will . U short
in which this woman disposed of
her earthly possession*. “Being of
sound mind qnd disposing mem-
(Uj" she willed one of her-feather Her remarks are
pillows to her 'beloved ‘ daughter | ^derntfon. She aaya; .
and the other fhather pillow to a W^he m»t*rl»1 things, HBH
very dear sister. To her daughter! child who earns the value of imoney,
he also gave her silver wedding *«d it* usee has learned- something
rl« ^ir aas; ■'these W-all which ,w*U help him all throagh
I ~|mMe.s^n!i T bequelfh-'WWTr-1.. »'*•> ^ uWfaUM
" V. w-n,- memory of the many fond-1 stead of cents hrft hi
bestowed" upon me durlngi of yaffles will Ve there. When my
m| month*,txf sickness.” I children were young they had small
not know -why she thought It
aacassary to make the will blit it is
on record in the county clerk’s of-
fice and if part of the permanent
.......Two- feather pillows and
,nce to i
allowances which they were al-
lowed to apportion--to charity and
school uses and to presents, but if
they desired to do some special
’ could not cover
TriZ eMdlnTrhiw! Alifottme’S f'WithXtW allowance they had ■ to
!----leiionl -Homer Price In'-** it ^ working at something
Morn'ng flews, j
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thing which they
^ZJ.tUi^rZ amt »• ‘••nr ^lf-oontroi and
A gto , • * . the traits Of character which make
rente Dire te^t ween emi —-.-m-i- ». v.«. mnni.u tn «bvp
i really useful. Valuable a» ,is thf
I knowledge of how to *P*nd money
, M _ hMt*fcow to save It, it is even more
at N. T. _ .. •--—lf.oontrol sfti)
to have money, to' save
pr to give It nwsy." .
do the silken grasses of summer
rebound to the stealthy tread. The
night winds softy chaiit their re-
quiem for the vanquished redman
«t the plains, and for. t&eir tepee
homes in Up heart of .the canyon
This wonder playground of four-
teen thousand acrta-Jji-jU. ‘tsjbsr?®!.
.point. 1,563 feet deep. The hand of
man iij - cooperatio'ri with the Great
Creator, is pfovidtng Toads, giving
easy 'aqc?sV to THir latti'o1* sriragnv
30 ‘that one may Jiuqt and fish inf
the most beautiful «urTound_ings.
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In, Neb.—It’S time for the
man ‘Ho retire .across the
and give the Indian a
see what he can d5>
country, according to James H.
CTlpudj, chief of all the Ogal-
SfottaJ. — ■ ' ' ""’w _
Sbeaking through an interpreter
;he convention of the Nebraska*
Historical Society, the son-irt-law it:
-the famous Red- Cloud, who once
led bands of marauding Sioux, ad-,
vised the White man' to give the
country back to the Indians. r
“Your people have , all the money
the country now?” he. said.
Red Cloud lamented the plight of
ia people under treaties arranged
Tfhe white men.—- -- -1
Cloud advised us
If we make peace (treaties and do
so and S6-^-but then the smart men
gobble up alt that is in sight. The,
Sioux we not experienced In husi-
ness and knew M ' the value ofj
their resources. Rut they thought
the treaties were 'all right.
"NaW look where we *#«," the
chief pointed out.
Red Cloud live* at the Pine
Ridge, S. Dn agencyy
Nell Sammons and mother
|isses Lucy and Knthryn Mot-
guests.Sunday afternoon in
ne of Mr. and Mrs. D. H.
Quality Foods At- MgClY WICCLY
Special Prices Fri. - Sat., Nov. 2- 3
*» , J ' NEAt CRGI'
10 bS 53c
3 No. 2. cans
3 No. 2 Caas-f
4 N«. 1 Cans—
CORN FLAKES, Kellogg’s, 2 Large Pkgs. . 19c
WORTH BKAMI AH
-3 QUART JARS^"VV
8 W 19c
El Food - Vacuum
25 k 'g f., t7c
CLABBER GIRL gfl-
2 Lb. Can ? XXt
or^Browp SUGAR, 3 Pkgs......23c
Pine* ■Cherries 2 cans .,. 23c
Large Can 1$*
Tomato Juice, Campbell’s, 3 Cans ,v ' 19c
PHILLIPS VEGETABLE SOUP, 2 fou Wr tSr
PEAS, filwctslcr, 3 H*. I Celt .... >5c
vkSSna’ SAUSAGE, 2caas . 9c
CRACKERS, 2 lb. Box
Greenwich LYE, 3 cans . . . . 13c
Old Dutch Cleanser, 2 cans . . l$c
1 Urge Bottle HYPRO. 1 Can SAM FLUSH
and 1 TOILET BRUSH, all- for .....
FRESH FRUITS AND
TZl-r4 M S ~
Fancy, No: I. 10 Lbs.
C E VE R Y:
- forge Bunch -
X E T T U C E
...... FIRM HEADS
v Ne. 15K .I0 Lbs.
„ Jonathan, Dozen
Yellow, Per Pound
QUALITY MEATS — FRESH and CURED
COOLER WEATHER — A DIFFERENT DIET — SOMETHING APPETISING
From Lean Corn Fed Pig
Bske it with--
ggjg SAUSAGE7Pound 15c
Pork Steak, SaairLeai Cits, tb. 18c
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Bologna, Extra Larje Slice! or i. Piece tb. IZMc
STEAKS Ss Pound 17c
cureS PICNICS ir Lb. 14c
Of Choice Heavy Beef
CHUCK. Pond 9c
SEVER, Pound 11c
Big Baltimore's Pint
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Spears, George T., Jr. The Graham Leader (Graham, Tex.), Vol. 59, No. 12, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 1, 1934, newspaper, November 1, 1934; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth884478/m1/3/: accessed December 14, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Library of Graham.