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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Childress Post — 9 December 1908

V 1 *{ j? THE CHILDRESS POST. VOL. VII. CHILDRESS, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 9, 190S. NO. 41 EK WAIT! SEE OUR CIRCULAR OF THE Special SALE Davidson Dry Goods Co. ELKS' ANNUAL MEMORIAL SERVICE The Childress Elks Held Their Annual Memorial Ser- vice at the Methodist Church Last Sunday Large Audience Present. Sunday morning at 11 o'olork! most excellent ability. Her ren- 1 the large auditorium of the First dition i>f this moat splendid song Methodist Church was tilled with was very fascinating and pleas- I hundreds who were eager to wit- i'ltf to the entire audience. ness the Memorial Service of the j The closing ceremonies of the Elks. meeting were then held, after At the appointed hour the which the audience joined membership of the Childress in singing the Doxology 'and Lodge of Elks marched down the were dismissed by Rev. J. T. j aisles to the strains of music and Hicks. [ took seats especially reserved fur The principal object of these! them, the officers occupying seats I ann...

Publication Title: Childress Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Childress Post — 9 December 1908

TALKING ABOUT INDUCEMENTS We claim that this store is offering the greatest inducements to the users of merchandise in the price and quality of each and every article contained in our stock. Evidence to support this claim is sufficient in the fact that the sales of this store have steadily increased month by month, each month doubling; the business of the previous month. In fact our volume of business for the six days of last week is already in excess of our total sales for the whole month of November. This is not said boastingly, but is merely presented to sustain our claim that the quality and price of our goods is ample inducement to the judicious customer to buy—as hundreds of others are doing—at our store. We watch the market closely and buy when the induce- ment-quality and price-is right, succeeding by this method in keeping up at all times a stock of stylish and dependable ready to wear clothing for men, women and children, as well as a varied stock of dry goods staples. Com...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Childress Post — 9 December 1908

COME IN AND HAVE A CHAIR Strong, Serviceable Kitchen Chair A Splendid Value at 75c Built of good grade hardwood. Steam bent bow back of Wiscensin hickory rock elm. Will not split; or crack; spindle back; golden finish. Solid Seat Chair $1.00 Exceptionally attractive solid seat chair with heavy carved top and spindle back. Rich golden finish, selected elm. Built up, veneer- ed seat. Back is carefully and strongly braced to seat. Splendid for service. golden oak color, highly finished. A hand- some chair suitable for the finest dining room A Fine, High Grade, Well Made DINER Both back and seat of this diner are uphol- stered in genuine high rrade leather. $4.75 Each Made of selected quarter sawed oak. Beauti- Handsome Quarter Sawed DINER Golden oak, highly finished. Broad, fancy shaped, single back panel of beautifully flak- ed quarter sawed oak. Saddle seat of high grade veneer. Built with extreme care, and is a very strong chair. $2.25 EACH Be Wise—Let Us Furnish Your Home CHINA CLO...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Childress Post — 9 December 1908

TRUSTEES SALE! The Mickle Stock Must go by Christmas The sale is on and thousands are availing themselves of the opportunity to save money on DESIRABLE MER- CHANDISE. The creditors must have their money, and the orders are to SELL, REGARDLESS OF COST. This stock consists of Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Men's and Women's Furnishings and Groceries Many lines that we have marked at less than cost, some at half price, some at Less than Half Price. We have not the time to quote prices, but will say if you miss this sale you miss the opportunity of a lifetime to save money. We want to impress upon your mind that this is not a fake sale, but a genuine money saving sale or- dered by the C. M. Mickle & Company creditors who say we must have our money and that quick. Enough said! Follow the crowds to the greatest sale ever held in this section of the country. The G. M. Mickle & Company Stock i B. Trustee Childress, Texas ® A JLJi. W Vy Ml. a m. s v_x @ ® © jg WITH A HOME OF THEIR OWN g...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Childress Post — 9 December 1908

0 •) ♦) « Holiday Slaughter Sale 1 have bought over $4000 worth of Holiday goods and am increasing the stock with additional shipments. These goods were bought 25 per cent under regular wholesale cost and 1 am going to sell them at regular wholesale cost prices. This isone of the largest stocks of Holiday goods over shown in the Panhandle and they will be sold at prices that will astonish all customers and dumbfound all competitors. All my friends and acquaintances are invited to call and make selections f i*the Happy Xmas. Days which are fast approaching. Come early and take your choice before the stock is broken. My goods are now open in the new Albert building and I extend a hearty welcome to all. To enumerate all the thousands of beautiful goods in my mammoth stock is too great a task to bo undertaken, but I will say that here you will find all kinds of fancy and toy dishes, Chinaware, albums, mirrors, toilet sets, pictures of all kinds, large stock of novelty goods, manicure se...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Childress Post — 9 December 1908

v 1 / To the Public As I have bought a large stock of canned goods and dried fruits, I will from now until January 1, sell No. 3 Tomatoes, Little Jap-i, pur can..,. lOo No. 3 Tomatoes, Nigger Hoad, per can 10c No. 3 Tomatoes, Cottage,per can 10c No. 3 Hominy, per can lOo No. 3 Kraut, per can 10c No. 3 Pie Peaches, per can lOo No. 2 Blackberries, per can * ••••.... 10c No. 2 Strawberries, per can lOo No. 2 Corn, World's Favoaite, per can 100 No. 2 Corn, Blue Ridge, per can 10c New York Whole Apples, per pound 10c Fancy Sliced Apples, per pound 10c 4 Crown grapes per pound lOo Evaporated Peaches, per pound 10c Apricots, per pound 10c Dried Figs, per pound 10c In fact all Dried Fruits, per pound 10c N. W. GIVENS All Goods As Represented or Money Refunded KlflBELL-riOONET QIN Tnis Gin has been completely overhauled and is in first class running order. JEvery convenience for the farmer is to "be had. Near the Ice Factory. ED MOONEY, Manager. CHILDRESS, TEXAS. ft * i J. H. OWEN 0 * « ® Th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Childress Post — 9 December 1908

% ) • 0 0) • MUST ^^^AAD/U A Play that will retain its position on the stage for years and years to come. 1 / /- It is romantic in nature, full of emotion and human interest, and while brisk in motion never borders on the sensational. THE VARIOUS PICTURESQUE THIS IS THE REAL THING Kill Me l| Von Will, hut, l\ovc Net w CHARACTERS ARE ALL IN THE HANDS OF CAPABLE PLAYERS and a complete scenic production is given. IT IS THE KATE CLAXTON VERSION, (that noted actress having made the play famous,) that will be presented here and the management says, "YOUR MONEY'S WORTH OR YOUR MONEY BACK." A PLAY THAT HAS ATTRACTED UNIVERSAL RECOGNITION THE WORLD OVER IS T W O "YOU AKt IN I.OVt MIM THE PIJWDGIRL CHILDRESS OPERA HOUSE FRIDAY, DECEMBER Local and Personal. Let us figure with you on fur- niture before buying. Potts & Roberson. See Crawford & Crawford for Fire and Tornado Insurance in first class companies. 28 For fine photographs see Mrs. McDaniels at the Art Studio. When a laundry dri...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Childress Post — 9 December 1908

" - _ . < # if. [i V ■r - ■ fe>.<- r. . ■ •■ ■* ' t J*f ' T®."f nv*v\v/v T. J. Jefferies Livery, Feed and Sale Stable Is the place to go for a nice turnout and quick service. They know the country and take you anywhere in the quickest time. CORNER C AVENUE AND SECOND ST. N.E. John E. Quarles Co. Lumber Wo are now stocking up for fall trade. Let us figure with you before lumber goes higher. ..... LUTHER WITHERSPOON, Manager. Program Teacherss' Institute. Following is the program for the Teachers' Institute called to convene at the court house in Childress, Dec. 18-23 inclusive, 1908: Friday, December 18. 9-9:30 a.m. Organization of Institute. 9:30-10 a.m. What Shall Be Taught the First Month—Miss Julia Bethel and A. A. Zornes 10-10:30 a. m. Principles of Geography; Their Importance— Miss Annie Wilson. 10:30-10:45. Recess. 10:45-11:15 a. m. Importance of Mensuration. How taught.— Miss Leonora Jones. ll:15-12m. School Organization. What? How?—H. S.Bruce. 12-1:30 p.m. Noon. Sen...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Childress Post — 9 December 1908

|M? If « in & f &. r ■ p f r I \V SET T HE P ACE Never before in the annals of Childress county has there been anything like the PRICES offered the public in the Lumber line as we are now offering. And why? We came here with the very best stock that could be bought and put the price in reach of all. With a positive guarantee of satisfaction, we ask you for your business. Cicero Smith Lumber Co CHILDRESS, TEXAS WHO'S YOUR CANDIDATE? Who are'you going to vote for? That is not our business, is it? But it is our businese to try and Sell you a Vortex Heater. They Are The Greatest Stove of the Age They are made of the Best Russian Iron and can be operated without getting black and smutty. Come in and look them over. Many Styles, Many Sizes And One Price We guarantee every one. Also to be tne Best Stove in town. We are the Stove People, we place them in your Home and Guarantee them to please. Childress Hardware and Implement Co. .. CLOTHING.. Rlnoerlty Giotho* This will remind you ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Childress Post — 9 December 1908

V '? I & ; •. |4L I I I j I ■ i jr,,, r I H&MT , t • MILLION DOLLAR DRY GOODS SALE ...Biggest Bargain Event Ever Pulled Off... The Louisville Dry Goods Co. Stock Sold by Ferguson-McKinney Co. of St. Louis Our Buyer Attended Above Sensational Sale He was on hand early and secured some of the choicest offerings of this, the greatest carnival of merchandise values, ever held by any wholesale house. The reason for such a sale right in the heart of the season is the fact that the Ferguson-McKinney D. G. Co. bought the entire Louisville D. G. Co. stock at a ridiculously low price and in turn made a through clearance of this stock to retail merchants at prices much below the cost of manufacture. They bought cheap—we bought cheap—now is your time to buy wearing apparel and house- hold necessities at prices tower than ever attempted in this city. If you want the biggest bargains ever offered attend our sale and you will not be disappointed. Note the bargains below and come early : : ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Childress Post — 9 December 1908

' k y ■ m © B © © f ® ©■ © $ 0 § •JoJ ® © &■ €• €■ •::::: > ■:') ® ■:;> & £• ft $ <§> ® $ $ $ $@ .♦?* **♦ m © © ■JoJ © © o o o ® iff © & * * © $ V.) v'J Childress' Beautiful New "Picture Shop" The Denver Art Gallery Completed and Open for Business Monday, December I4,'08 Finest Exclusive Photograph building in the state, replete with every accessory necessary for the production of -■Pleasing Pictures-- NO. 6024 Report of the condition of The Childress National Bank I at Childress, in the state of Texas, ai w f @ © the close of business Sept. 23, 1908. RESOURCES Loans and discounts $166,337.01 Overdrafts secured and unsecured 19,363.18 U. S. bonds to secure cir culation 12,500.00 Premiums on U. S. Bonds, 356.25 Bonds, securities, etc 3,011.25 Banking house, furniture ana fixtures O *c.- i Due from National banks 14,500.00 1,075.89 1,576.18 Mr. Gale Wilcox, manager ot' the new enterprise, is an artist of experience and abil- ity, displaying striking origi- nali...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Childress Post — 9 December 1908

For AJI Kinds of Insurance See Warren H. James & Co. 'The Insurance People" Childress National Bank Building. PHONE Childress, Texas 42 LOCAL AND PERSONAL Look at thone New Folding Beds, Bed Room Suits, Rockers and Library Tables at tlie Ken- drick Furniture Co. B. C. Edmondson of tlio First State Bank of Matador is occu- pying a desk in the Childress Na- tional Bank at present. I'm still headquarters for gutter. J. R. Leach, The Gutter Hanger, i Tho Ice A Light Co. is now i installing arc lightson the prin-1 cipal business corners and will! soon bo ready to turn them on.! The work h being delayed some- what by tho telephone Co's. lines being in the way. Tell your furniture wants to Potts A Roberson. I have the only exclusive tin shop i n Childress. Trade with me and be prof- ited by it. J. R. Leach, The Gutter hanger. Finest fruit cakes made at the Home Bakery. 50c per pound. mm 9 mm If you want the BEST let me make you a double galvanized steel flue. Pri- ces right and best ma...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Childress Post — 23 June 1909

THE CHILDRESS POST. < * * *' * ""* 7< VOL. VIII. CHILDRE8S, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 23, 1909. NO. 26 I 1/ I# Remedies are going! None coming back A remedy for every ailment, and every remedy with a guarantee. Sold By Estes & Atkinson The Store. * Buy 3^52^ Remedies and get your money's worth -i r mm\ i second trades day Warren H. James & Co. All kinds of Insurance. Offices in CityI Natiomal Bank. 'Phone | No. 52 | e mmm—mmammammmmmmmmmmt ® Are You Getting Good Food At Fair Prices? That's a problem for every house! ^er, but w# try to mak>- foi-rtuil^NeW nere fev if* * keeping a carefully selected of only good and pura groceries and selling them at price# as low as coat permits. Not "cheap- est goods," but "best value" is our aim, and some people say we save them money on their food bills. Perhaps we can for you. Try us and see. Gordon & Givens UNION STORE phone: - 48 Childress Will Hold Her 2nd Monthly Trades Day on Monday, July 5. Childress Visitor Robbed of Watc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Childress Post — 23 June 1909

r A /ft Childress Company Phone <5< Phone 3i vf/ <gr vf/ MISS hoopengarner'S entertainment. At the Childrees Presbyterian Church Tuesday night the enter- tainment presented by Miss Hoopengarner, assisted by home tal- ent, proved to be one of the most refined and delightful exercises seen in Childress for many months. Miss Hoopcngarner was the principal musician of the evening and the audience was highly de- lighted with her vocal selections. Splendid readings were execut- ed in a most effective and pleasing manner by Misses Anna Alex- anderand Mabel Dunn and the large audience was a unit in ex- pressionsof approbation. Below we print the program in full. HART I. Concerto, Opus 25 Mendelssohn Autumn Chaminade Reading Bobbett's Hotel Miss Anna Alexander Bong, Mari'riella Kandegger Sherzo, Opus31 Chopin (a) By a Meadow Brook ] (b) To a Water Lily, > McDowell (c) To a Wild Hose J PART 11 Rondo Capriccioso Mendelssohn Reading A Russian Christmus Miss Mahel Dunn Song Looh Lorn...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Childress Post — 23 June 1909

v.. S 1-2 H GENERAL DIRECTORY Fort W rlh £ Denver Time Table. NORTHBOUND. Train Arrives Departs No. 1 6:45 p. m. 6:65 p. m. No. 7 6 40 a. m. 7:25 a. m. No. 3 5:40 p. m. Stops. SOUTHBOUND. Train Arrives Departs. No. 2 7:00 a. m. 7:10 a. m. No. 8 7:00 a. m. 9:50 p. m. No. 4 Starts from Childress 8:05 a. m. COURT MEETING. District court meets in November and April. County court convenes on first Mon- days of January, April, July and Octo- ber. Commissioners Court meets on sec- ond Mondays in February, May, Aug- ust and November. DISTRICT OFFICR. John H. Stephens, congressman. John W. Veal, state senator. G. E. Hamilton, representative. S. P. Huff, district judge. Harry Mason, district attorney. COUNTY OFFICERS. W. G. GroBs, judge. Frank W. Freeman, Co. and Dist.clerk J. W. Cochran, sheriff and tax collector. R. L. Curd, treasurer. S. W. Robinson, tax assessor. J.-H. Peden, attorney. S. S. Sullivan, surveyor. COMMISSIONERS. W. O. Hughes, Childress. J. R. Brown, Arlie. G. L. Rogers, Kirk...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Childress Post — 23 June 1909

BiPV-. E I F ffie Childress Post. I p«t. „r th. cou„,y( M(N wk-v«■' Th. .U *« <° uy knter,d •' • >« pomoibc,. .. several a move-1 iotg and J-C. THOMAS, Editor and Publisher t>*„ lull of moistnre and the sun", ha mammo^ tabe'rnacJe 7™lT . ? >h" The! intra, Th , r"Umm<,r meet* J X hlS Js a most Cnnimo„.i_ move and Subscription Rates: °ne Year, . . Si* Months, • Three Months,- fiingJe Copies, Holus olaims three congreffatioiiH > wavinc bl&H • "fling. This iH^1"8Ummer meet- rfi?5*-p3f:'= ' «ve into the oountry reveala th* • lmPossible to hoirf i ESs^zid* nence -I . . — ftv,'UU, •bout to burst upon her. With 8o°n^deve"op>into on^e of'the^belt &rjrto - ~ •nUy Orowned'in a vwdJnt ftrowui I "ruc'"n W0"W be* good «M. crop fr'(*°d Pr°Vt " " their broad ext«n* ,r|iort for many J™"1"1'""" h<"« th. io. ih. \ e'0ry' "<■< ■ mmi that the hot weather struck ua {oHtnT"rlr""""K"'- "«■ 'he co ' bi'l. h«v, b. „ f 'e ioe man comes staik Such ai invest I a source of o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Childress Post — 23 June 1909

" • • ##••• • • * * MoaB*8TAr . c.«u J « * J. H. OWEN « * « # —■ _ 3 The Jeweler and Optician • — ft Is the Place « , * * $ « « CLOTHING AiaOci'/y <1 uth This will remind you that our store is headquarters for those who seek the best in GOOD CLOTHES Suits and Overcoats of the latest correct styles and prices always modest, con- sidering the quality. All guaranteed. &Q.00 vo $25.00 "BlfYS THE BEST" >«< j. w. mitchell Men's Outfitters & co. Delicious chocolates an candies at the Home Bak LE_.pumpkin Yam po- at25c per hundred.^ Prof. W. H. Rush is ha\ 0. E. Alexande t.a.V|LUA M .V.Fct . -1 neat 6-room cottage erectel * . the Baptist parsonage. TEMcDonald, one o ^ dicates that he has come bjunty's proroinen Childress to stay this time, fed Saturday to en Rueh is a thorough musici^^" T P0ST b '" will W.L. UNDERWOOD, Pre.- pirst State OF CHILDRESS. The Bank new quarters Is now doing business in banking bus- *!?:« street. We do all kind* oi ^ Childress to stay this time, f...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Childress Post — 23 June 1909

I ,.v I 1 J. T. Jones Realty Co. i of country and Just now they Handle all kinds hnv^ P^P^ty. - J1UVV lney have three special bargains in farm IT?i' l" * They also insure Worses and look after investments. ~ it will pay you to see them when in the market, either buying or selling J. T. JONES, Hanag-er Jefferies Livery, Feed and Sale Stable Is the place to go for a nice turnout and quick service. 1 hey know the country and take you anywhere in the quickest time. CORNER C AVENUE AND SECOND ST. N.E. the touch of a woman's splayed in their homes ,on their anrroundings. may seem hopeless, to tfe at times but sooner or e effect will show itself, ia something in every man was made ou|re8p0nds to a higher and no, taken from the aide o r influence. Let his home not out of his head to rtLh and he will be rough. ut out of hie aide to be hiLUB6 into that home a soft- under hia arm to be pri teUch, be it ever so simple, and near hia heart to be THE HOME CIRC DEPARTMENT | <={^oo«=3=, Woman if ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Childress Post — 23 June 1909

■0 IS K- (Toc Oi June TI roac #t Happenings. publication last week.) closed on Friday, brc • • (last week washed our ie extent. [visitors from Tell and flat last Sunday. |s still being some nod ut our way. |i in general ia extra good riting, ao far an we know. ^ost homes there ia a trail j^he kitchen door to the g^house. ,h Point received several of {premiums at Childress on ^es Day. mday School and prayer «ting were well attended last ulay. f. A. Mabry got a horae almost lined on the barbed wire Sat- .'day night. Corn and all feed stuff are matling now, corn being almost waist high. Louie Pierre, accompanied by a friend, left for Hamilton coun- ty one day last week. We had a couple of quilting frame agents with us this week, but I hardly think anyone bit. Mra. Osborn of Hood county haa returned home after a viait with her son9, Scott and Will Oaborn. Our people are finding out that their "Gopher plowa" are not good in wet weather. They hang dirt too bad. Pruit is more scarce around...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Childress Post — 23 June 1909

I t i ' f ' i I I i I .ft; LOCAL MID PERSONAL For Sale—A No. 1 good Jer- sey oow fresh in milk. C. F. Webb It is rumored that "wedding bells" will ring for one of the Childress printers soon. The Ggerton ice oream faotory is now making cream equal to anybody's. Those who have tried it say it can not be excelled. We have the mostoomplete line of millinery ever shown in Chil- dress. Be sure you see it before making your purchase. Cunningham 4 Knioht. For first clasB painting of any kind figure with the Childress Sign 4 Deoorating Co. Work the best and prioes reasonable. The commiMioners court is still grinding away, trying to equal* ize the taxes of Childress county. Potato slips, oabbage tomato and other plants ready for quiok shipment. T. Jones 4 Co., Clarendon, Texas. A. M. Hudson in carrying his arm in a sling, the result *of an unfortunate contaot with an ob- streperous horse. P. S, Robers buys all kinds of feed and will pay the full market price. If you believe in home industry ...

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