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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rhome News — 10 December 1915
' V The Rhome News r* 1 R. E. LEONARD, Editor and Circulator. RHOME, TEXAS, DEC. 10. 1915. This Page Exclusively for Rhome &V" • J. V . CONTEST SILVER MEDAL DECLAMATION CONTEST RIIOMC Hltilt SCHOOL AUDITORIUM, SAT. NIGHT, DEC. II. Music—Overture Rhome Orchestra Recital "Bugle Son*?" Anna Bobo, Louise Wilson, Cassie Russell, Vivian Jones Vocal Solo 'She's the Daughter of Mother Machree" Vivian Jones Piano Duet—Selected Mrs. Troxell and Miss Wright Trio—Violin, Piano and Guitar .... Orchestra Recital—Selected ...... Maude Morris Solo Recital—"The Boys" * 'The Gray Cottage In the West'' Cassie Fry Russell High School Quartette Contestants: Misses Van Meter, Troxell, Morris and Palmer and Morris; Masters Lillard, Van Meter McCurry and McCurdy Presentation of Medals by Prof. Robert Leonard Admission 15 and 25e ■ ■■■■■■■■■■■ !■■■■■■■■■■■ EVERYBODY IS HUNTING THE LINE of Least Resistance in order to make life easier. Let us assist you by delivering all your Groceries at your door. We c...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rhome News — 10 December 1915
THE DECATUR NEWS Mrs. Bos A. K—s, S18 Clinton Place, Kansas City, Mo.: "Iliad a cold In the bead. I usad Peruna. Was well pleased with the results. I do nut need any •titer medicine." "PE'RU-NA" Mr. William U. Danny, IOCS Park troubled with ca- tarrh of the head, ■ose, throat and stomach. I am relieved «glstered^TrndeJfarliJT^ Coughs Colds, Stomach Troubles and Catarrh Relieved. No Remedy can Compete with Peruna The Ready-to-take ■ Try thiseasy way to clear your skin with V Resi no! Soap Bathe your face for several minutes with Resinol Soap and warm water, working the creamy lather into the skin gently with the finger-tips. Then wash off with mure Resinol Soap and warm water, finishing with a dash of clear cold water to close the pores. Do this once or twice a day, and you will be astonished how quickly the healing, antiseptic Resinol medication soothes and cleanses the pores, re- moves pimples and blackheads, and leaves the complexion clear, fresh and velvety. If the skin is In bad...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rhome News — 10 December 1915
THE DECATUR NEWS A I f . A - : ■ Ü ~ -m garp AN EPITOME OF EVENTS WOME8TIC AND FOREIGN HAPPEN. ING3 SERVED UP IN AT. TRACTIVE STYLE. EUROPEAN WAR HAPPENINGS Everything Important That Could Be Confined to a Small Space le Here Found. Since the arrangements were made to exchange incapacitated prisoners by way of Sweden 4,400 German and 7,550 Russians have been transported by the Swedish railway. • • • The number of British prisoners of par Jn Germany Is now approximately 33,000. These figures were given out by the government in response to a question In the house of commons. • • • The French section of the Woman's International league for permanent peace has beaa ordered by the Paris police authorities to discontinue the circulation of peace pamphlets. • • « The French government bill provid- ing for tbe fixing of prices of the ne- cessities of life wae passed by the chamber of deputies with only one dissenting vote. * • -• Field Marshal von Mackensen was slightly wounded by a Serbian...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rhome News — 10 December 1915
Deotur, Texan, December 10, 1915 I ■t:' If .. | • AVi the d;:< ati'R news \ mwM/m - u GHRISTMAS is always the most joyful time of the year. It is a time when there is "Peace on earth, good will toward men." This good will is shown, in a pleasing manner by the bestowal of gifts upon friends and loved ones. No better place can be found for a good selection of these gifts than our store. Our varied stock affords an opportunity to get a suitable present for any member of the family. You'll find it an easy mat- ter to select useful and appropriate Christmas Presents from our com- plete and up- to-date stock. Toys! Toys! Toys! For the children, one of the biggest as- sortments of Toys in the city. All sorts of mechanical toys, games, whistles trumpets, wagons, go-carts, drums, in fact most everything conceivable in the toy line. Come and see the display. The Whole Doll Family From Mamma and Papa Doll down to the wee little tot is on exhibitio]|>at our store. Big and little, handsome...
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rhome News — 10 December 1915
© . o THE DECATUR NEWS Decatur, Texas. December, 10, 191l> eTS-' 1T M+Vt+Vt+Vt+Vt+VSM Old Bill's Gift Bu Octavia Roberts (Copyright by Western Newspaper Union.) Bill, more familiarly "Old Bill" —he had never been kiiowu to mention a family name—looked around nls "haven of holiday comfort," as he termed It, with a chuckle of supreme satisfaction "It's great!" he gloated, "with only one thing missing—a Christmas tree." BUI was a character. The towns people designated him a tramp. Some- how, however, the appellation did not aeetu to fit. He did not drinlc nor •wear. He did not beg. His willing ways had made him popular, and when BUI was "down on his luck" ami passed a doorway hungry-looking, his wants were generally provided for un- solicited. It was the day before Christmas. Be- hind the patient gleam in ' Old Bill's" •yes lurked some sentiment of memory that impelled him to celebrate. This es- pecial year he had been preparing for th« event with the eager ardor of a school boy. Bi...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rhome News — 10 December 1915
r THE DECATUR NEWS UHONAL PREPAREDNESS IS THEME OF E Regular Army of 141,843, Supplemented by Force of 400,000 Trained Citizens Is Urged—Gravest Menace to the Peace ■of the Country Comes from Disloyal Foreign-Born Citizens—Plan for Larger Navy Outlined. Washington, Deo. 7.—President Wilson today delivered his annual message at a Joint session of the two houses of con- gress. He said In part: Since I last had the privilege of ad- dressing you on the state of the Union the war of nations on the other Bide of the sea, which had then only begun to disclose Its portentous proportions, has extended Its threatening and sinister scope until It has swept within its (lame some portion of every quarter of the globe, not excepting our hemisphere, has altered the whole face of International affairs, and now presents a prospect of reorganisa- tion and reconstruction such as states- men and peoples have never been called upon to attempt before. We have stood apart, studiously neutral. It was our m...
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rhome News — 10 December 1915
THE DECATUR NEWS ÁTALE OF CIVIL STPIFL RANDALL PAPPISM -USTRATIOm $>C.D RHODES 4 cofiY/i/cjir J f) A.C.MCLU/W ftCO. I"—1"""' 1 ' 8YNOP8IS. —11— Confederate Sergeant Wyatt Is sent ea a spy to hia native county on tho Oreen Briar. He mots a mountaineer named Jem Taylor. At a house beyond Hot Springs they meet Major Harwood. wyatt is sent to bed. He becomes sus- plclous, and finds that Taylor has mur- dered Harwood and escaped. Wyatt «haneea to U. 8. uniform, and to a de- tachment of Federal cavalry Identities ffjHiself as Lieutenant Raymond, Third U. 8. cavalry. Captain Fox finds Ilar- yood a body. The detachment Is am- rushed. Wyatt escapes to the Oreen Briar country and goes to Harwood's homo, where he finds Noreen Harwood. He Introduces himself as Lieutenant Ray- mond. Parson Nichols comes to the nouse and tells Noreen of her father's death. Wyatt forces Parson Nichols to confess that he has been sent In advance Or Anse Cowan, who proposes to marry «oreen at once, and so quiet t...
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rhome News — 10 December 1915
Decatur, Texa , December 10, 1915 i 1 THE DfeCATUR NEWS ODDmESjN JAPAN Natives Have a Topsy Turvy Way of Doing Many Things. BATHING IS A SACRED RITE. ill mmM Ut <.■ # ■te;' SRÍvi ' I R- >•• • IPs* ,,': And Whinivir a Nstiv# Has a Mo- ment to 8par« Ha Raaorta to the Tub, With Ita Paculiar Coda of Ethics. Houaaa Without Windowa. I Just («n't wet used to how turned around, upside down, inside out, tops) turvy, IliiiiKs are In Japan. A Jupa nese carpenter draws tlie plane toward himself, and u blacksmith Hits dowii t< work. A Japanese bluckMiulth never knowi the Joys of getting tickets to the drcua. for he hasn't any piare for the advance man to paste up his three sheets. Tin whole front of a Japanese blacltamitl •bop Is open, with other buildings Jain med up ho close on each side ihat tin circus man couldn't get a poster in. A Japanese book begins on our his' page and finishes on our tii'st para graph. And their sentences begin in the top of the page and read down, liki long c...