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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Chillicothe Valley News — 1 May 1913

— fx 4 i I is [>V in in Thy. ( ) O ed > m o . here re it r tbo ou hlUS trt 1 felJUn f VOL. 6. NO. 9. CHILLICOTHE, TEXAS, MAY 1, 1913.—THURSDAY GO-DEVILS % No. 318 Double Disc Buy one of our Go-Devils and kill the weeds and cultivate your listed crops while the plants are young These Go-Devils are the latest styles. Come in and see them. We want to sell you one. \ P. & O. NO. 26 DOUBLE ROW. Our Prices and Terms ARE RIGHT. NO. 37 SINGLE ROW. Shive-Napier Implement Co. 8LUE 600SE GIN UNOER CONSTRUCTION. The Blue Goose Gin, of which mention was made in last issue, is now under full headway. The oflice building has been complet- ed, and the foundation, which is being made of concrete, is being laid. The material is being look- ed for most any day, and the ma- chinery, which has been ordered, will soon follow./ This will give Chillicothe three gins, which will bo able to handle the crop. Money to Loan. Large amount of money to loan on farm lands. Money ready.— T. P. Lisman, Vern...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Chillicothe Valley News — 1 May 1913

— 1- Don't Sacrifice Quality for Quantity! There is no economy in buying cheap Groceries. Every housewife knows this, or ought to know it, and a careful comparison will prove it. Our business has been builded upon the plan of handling only the very best grades of goods—giving the best values, but never sacrificing for quantity or price. YVe take pride 111 the knowledge that not a single customer has ever gone out or our store dissatisfied. Our prices are low, when the quality is considered, and a dollar spent with us buys a full dollar's worth of groceries, no matter who buys them. G. R. Jones, The Quality Grocer CHILLICOTHE VALLEY NEWS EARLY S. HENORICK. EDITOR Kctered at second-class mutter July e. ml I at the postoffloe of Ctallllcotbe Texas. untie act of OonirreaM, March 3. 187b. Weather \prll. Maximum temperature, WU on Kith. Minimum temperature, 30 on 4th and 12th. Percipitfttion, .40 inches on 7th; 1.31 inches on 22nd. Total, 1.77 in. Average wind velocity. 7.W miles per hour...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Chillicothe Valley News — 1 May 1913

— V 1 V I) ) (Us your local news. If jou are going on a visit, or have rela- tives or friends visiting you use either phone. We want the news. Wichita Best Flour, $1.35 per ^ sack at Handel's feed store. E. W. Geeo and family visited in Vernon Sunday. Mrs. O. M. Smith and niece are visiting in Henrietta. Mrs. Malcolm Bray was shop ping in the city Saturday. Jim Bifiile came in yesterday from Uurant on business. See my two-row Go Devil be- fore buying.—J. P. McPherson. S. D. King and Dr. White were here Saturday on business. J. G. Ayers was a business visitor to the city Saturday. Lee Martin made a business trip to Wichita Palls Saturday. Pull line of art squares of all kinds at Racket Store. Architect Stuckey is connect- ing his residence with a new windmill S. A. Naylor has built a sub- stantial storm house on his lot near his residence. M. R, Allensworth has built a good storm house 011 the west side of his residence. The best two row cultivators on the market, at J. P. McPher son...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Chillicothe Valley News — 1 May 1913

DOWN DEEP In the heart of ever.i man there is a feelinjf of admiration for sincerity of purpose. Ever since the day of its organization The BANK OF CHILLICOTHE has been sincere in its intentions and pur- poses, hence its conservative policy in all thing*. It has lieen our aim to consider the welfare of our pat- rons and to extend to them every courtesy pertaining to tho betterment of their condition. In doing this w-; have also been benefitting ourselves and for that reason the years'.have been prosperous. Having back of us such a policy, and realizing that it has always been and will always be the most beneficial policy for both our customers and ourselves, we respectful- ly invite the business of any man who appreciates HEAL MERIT and careful CONSCIENTIOUS service. Yours very truly, The Bank of Chillicothe UN INC OR ROB A TED. L. E. PIPER, CASHIER. A GOOD BANK iN A GOOD TOWN r ICE! ICE!! V I want to thank you for the liberal patronage in the past, and ask you to continue same. Ask...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Chillicothe Valley News — 8 May 1913

<> o 0 VOL. 6. NO. 10. CHILLICOTHE, TEXAS, MAY 8, 1913—THURSDAY ONE DOLLAR GO-DEVILS The 8.— case No. 318 Double Disc Buy one of our Go-Devils and kill the weeds and cultivate your listed crops while the plants are young These Go-Devils are the latest styles. Come in and see them. We want to sell you one. A ESs. VERNON MURDER CASE ON FOURTH TRIAL, NOT GUILTY. Clarendon, Texas, May 3. A jury brought in a verdict of acquittal in the Howard case about 7 o'clock tonight. jury was out eight hours. OIarondoii, Texas, May Arguments in the niurdei a\,iinst Dr. Howard, who killed Barry Iiurns in the postoffice at Vernon on Sept. 8, 1910, were Concluded and the case was given to the jury this afternoon, Attorney Lon Mathis closed for the State and Judge Berry for Hit; dtifense. The case has been tried three times prior to this. Dr. Howard pleads sell' defense. Burns had Howard treat his child's eyes, willi result of total blindness. Howard claimed that the dissi- pated life lived by Bur...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Chillicothe Valley News — 8 May 1913

. Don't Sacrifice Quality for Quantity! .w \ There is no economy in buying cheap Groceries. livery housewife knows this, or ought to know it, and a careful comparison will prove it. Our business has been buihled upon the plan of handling only the very best grades of goods—giving the best values, but never sacrificing for i|iuintitv or price. We take pride in the knowledge that not a single customer has ever gone-out or our store dissatisfied. Our prices are low, when the quality is considered, and a dollar spent with us buys a full dollar's worth of groceries, no matter who buys them. G. R. Jones, The Quality Grocer CHILLICOTHE VALLEY NEWS EARLY S. HENQRICK. EDITOR Kntered as second-eiuss matter.July U. 1911 ttt.tho iioMtofllce of ChllltcoLlu? TeiftH, untie act of ConirresH. March 3. 18*78. OKLAHOMA AND TEXAS REGIEVE OIG RAINS. Since Saturday night large sections of Oklahoma unci Texas have been visited by very heavy rains, the precipitation r,i a num- ber of points registering four...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Chillicothe Valley News — 8 May 1913

• • 9 « I • • * |U your local news. If .you are ' going on a visit, or have rela- tives or friends visiting you use ..either phone. We want the news. is in Dallas Tues- Dr. John S. Whatley on business. H. Cole was in Vernon day on cotton matters. Jack Frost was in the city Sat- urday on business. J, M. Mabe of Medicine Mound was a pleasant caller Tuesday. Pull line of art squares of all kinds at Racket Store. If you want ice and want it now ring up Jack Dyer. Mrs. W. M. Emmons was visit- ing in the city Tuesday. Mrs. Dr. J. B. Farrington is visiting in Vernon. Miss Grace West of Odell was shopping in the city Tuesday. Wichita Best Flour, $1.35 per sack at Randel's feed store. See my two-row Go-Devil be- fore buying.—J. P. McPherson. Misses Smith of Odell were shopping in the city Tuesday. C. Seibert and son were busi- ness visitors to the city Tuesday. Arthur Collins and wife and son were here Tuesday trading. See us for oil stoves. We have the right prices.—Racket Store. Incubators...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Chillicothe Valley News — 8 May 1913

• * ■ I I t ill : / I I 11 ■ 11,000 Demonstration Farms in 215 Counties In Texas Industrial Congress Contest From 1,746 students of better farm- ing la 161 counties of the State in 1911, thc Texas Industrial Congress has steadily increased this number to 10,869 in 215 counties in 1! 1!?. Unique among associations fir agri- cultural i development, the Congress, While this remarkable growth has been the result primarily of the stim- ulus caused by the prize offer, this Inducement to use brains as well as brawn in crop production, is recog- nixed by thinking men as but an inci- dent for the purpose of accomplishing by offering 110,000 In gold annually* the real object of the Congress, which for the,best yields of specific crops, Is to lower the cost of production cost of production considered, has in a little more than two years awaken ed among the farmers of Texas en thusiastic interest In scientific cul tural methods. Improved seed selec tlon, better preparation ot the soil and the c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Chillicothe Valley News — 15 May 1913

i i VOL. 6. NO. 11. CHILLICOTHE, TEXAS, MAY 15, 1913.—THURSDAY ONE DOLLAR J m VP- GO-DEVILS No. 318 Double Disc Buy one of our Go-Devils and kill the weeds and cultivate your listed crops while the plants are young These Go-Devils are the latest styles. Come in and see them. We want to sell you one. P. & O. NO. 26 DOUBLE ROW. NO. 37 SINGLE ROW. Our Prices and Terms ARE RIGHT. Shive-Napier Implement Co. VOTE OF THANKS TO CHILLICOTHE CITIZENS. Dallas, Texas: The directors, of the Chamber of Commerce at ;i meeting this week extended a vote of thanks to the citizens of Chillicothe for the hospitality ex tended the members of the trade excursion party on the occasion of their visit there April lrt. The trip just closed is pronounced the most successful in history, and the members of the party ^turned enthusiastic over the splendid development, progress and enterprise evidenced on every side in the Panhandle and West Texas. Chairman T. E, Jackson of the excursion com- mittee was espec...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Chillicothe Valley News — 15 May 1913

1 1 ! 1 f 3 •V- . V- s Packing - House - Products! For the convenience of our growing trade, I have enstalled a large refrigerator, and am receiving the choicest Meats from the Packing Houses every day. Fine beef and pork roasts, chops, steaks, Etc. Pho ^3 us your order in this line as well as for fresh vegetables and groceries. We are at your service. G. R. Jones, The Quality Grocer ghillicotke valley news EARLY S. HF«n«, EDITOR t&tered as secon<l-ei s* matierJuly «. mil At the postoflftoe of Chillicothe 'JVxoh. unrtc act of Congress. March 3. I87B. Listen! you can hear the sound of the saw and hammer all over town. A pole, a line and a wiggling worm will make hay fever micro cobes squirm. Drummers are making Ohil- iicothe their Sunday headquart, j ers—especially those without I wives. __________ Beyond a shadow of contro ; versity there is more wealth and j prosperity within the radius! of 15 miles east and west and 25; miles north and south of Chi I Iicothe than any other ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Chillicothe Valley News — 15 May 1913

O 3 | Us your local news. If you are ICoing on a visit, or luvve rela- tives or friends visiting you use ..either phone. We want the news. Pretty cold weather for May. W. C. Allen made a business trip to Crowell yesterday. County Attorney Crowdus was here yesterday on legal matters. Pull line of art squares of all kinds at Racket Store. If you want ice and want it now ring up Jack Dyer. 8. H. Williams is on the sick list, taking his bed Saturday. W. B. Williams ot Tolhert was here Monday on business. See us for oil stoves. We have the right prices.— Racket Store. Incubators and washing ma- chines, the best, at McPherson's. Mrs, Derrell Pike was shop- ping in the city Saturday. W. H. Armstrong was y. busi- ness visitor to the city Saturday. J. G. Ayer.s and wife were here Monday shopping. Wichita Best Piour, $1.35 per sack at Randel's feed store. J. C. Rogers and wife were shopping in the city Saturday. J. G. Towns and daughter were visitors to Vernon yester- day. See my two-row Go D...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Chillicothe Valley News — 15 May 1913

DOWN DEEP In the heart of every man there is a feeling of admiration for sincerity of purpose. Ever since the day of its organization The BANK Ol' CHILLICOTHE lias been sinnere in its intentions and pur- poses, hence its conservative policy in all things. It ha# been our ain to consider the welfare of our pat- rons and to extend to them every courtesy pertaining to the betterment of their condition. In doing this we have also been beneiltting ourselves and for that reason the years have been prosperous. Having hack of us such a policy, and realizing that it has always been and will always be the most benetlcial policy for both our customers and ourselves, we respectful- ly invite the business of any man who appreciates REAL MERIT and careful CONSCIENTIOUS service. Yours very truly, The Bank of Chillicothe UNINCORPORATED. L. E. PIPER, CASHIER. A GOOD BANK IN A GOOD TOWN Farm Notes. Ducklings need a lot of green food to do well, If the nest is deep, you may expect broken eggs. Overfee...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Chillicothe Valley News — 22 May 1913

VOL. 6. NO. 12. CH1LLICOTHE, TEXAS, Mt\Y 22, 1913.—THURSDAY ONE DOLLAR /}?' GO-DEVILS No. 318 Double Disc Buy one of our Go-Devils and kill the weeds and cultivate your listed crops while the plants are young These Go-Devils are the latest styles. Come in and see them. We want to sell you one. TWO PEOPLE DROWN IN LAKE WICHITA. Wichita Falls, Tex., May 17. — Two lives were lost at Lake Wichita, six miles from here, at 11:30 o'clock tonight, when a pleasure boat capsized and pre- cipitated its four passengers into the water. Two were rescured. The dead: Miss Sibyl Collins, steno- grapher in a law office here. Her "homo is at Haskell, Tex. Mil Stkwaut, traveling man for a Denver linn, with head- quarters here. Mr. Stewart, Miss Collins, a Miss Gephart and a young man whose nijme could not be learned tonight, made up a pleasure party that went to the lake for a boat ride this evening. The boat was overturned at a point where the water was very deep. One of the party leaned over the side...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Chillicothe Valley News — 22 May 1913

I Packing - House - Products! For the convcnicncc of our growing trade, 1 have enstalled a large refrigerator an d ami® cemn G. R. Jones, The Quality Grocer CHILLICOTHE VALLEY NEWS early s. hendrick. editoh [Onturod a# second-i'luss mauerjuly B. 1911 . the |n)8tomee of CbllUoolbe Teiftfi. unde at , act of Congress. March 3. 1878, "Clean up" week should come 52 times a year. sK That Locke railroad will soon be knocking at our doors if ad vices from Mangum can be re- lied upon. The company has been making medicine in the last few months. Chillicothe is the largest ship- ping point in the great North- west of poultry of every kind. Not a day passes but what the express companies carry large shipments to Denver. Kansas City, and other towns. Chillicothe, with her two trunk lines running north, south, east and west offers the best induce- ment that can be imaginable for the 1 location of other wholesale grocery houses. We have one already, but we want several more to keep it company. Wit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Chillicothe Valley News — 22 May 1913

>'• • t LOCAL HAPPENINGS IN AND ABOUT CHILLICOTHE THE BEST TOWN IN TEXAS OF 2000 PEOPLE. IF LOOKING FOR A PLACE TO LOCATE BOY TICKET TO CHILLICOTHE. Where the Slogan Is, "Good Will Toward All Men and Malace to None." Many Prominent Farmers and Professional Men in Town During Past Week. Farmers Are Busy. J. P. Baker, a capitalist of Quanah was here Saturday, Arthur Collins was here Tues- day. Miss Myrtle McQuerry visited in Quanah Tuesday. Pull line of art squares of all kinds at Racket Store. J. W. Whittle is shipping several cars of alfalfa today. J. M. Rozzell was here yester- day. T. J. Knight of Big Valley was on the streets Saturday mixing with friends. Miss Pearl Simpson is visiting her sister, Mrs. Lula Cox in Port Worth. W. O. Arnold has bought Dr. T. M. Young's residence and will move to town this week. Implements, the complete Mo- line, at J. W. Rose & Sons, Hard- ware and Implements. Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Blair ar- rived yesterday on a visit to their son, C. M. Blair ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Chillicothe Valley News — 22 May 1913

> Good Old Days The "Good Old Days" you hear so much about were no doubt good because people then didn't know any better. But how would you like to go back to the days of the stage coach, the tallow dip, the flintlock and the spinning wheel? It wouldn't do now. Neither would you care to use coon skins for mon- ey. A check book is much handier. You will find every modern convenience at our bank. The Bank of Chillicothe L. E. PIPER, CASHIER. A GOOD BANK iN A GOOD TOWN FARM FACTS. By l'eter Radford, President Farmers Tnion. When hones- ty is merely a good policy it is a poor virtue. Lazy farmers are just as use- less as dead ones and take up more room. There are two kinds of far- mers. One tries to take all the advice he hears and the other won't take any at all. Agriculture is as old as Methu- felah and is just now cutting its wisdom teeth. In every field of human activi- ty the demand for more compet- ent men and women is growing every day. Especially so in agriculture. A successf...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Chillicothe Valley News — 29 May 1913

• • Ualkjl Sfetos VOL. 6. NO. 13. CHILLICOTHE, TEXAS, MAY 29, 1913.—THURSDAY ONE DOLLAR HOME USEFUL TOOLS! I . farming Tools are ir. oney savers. H igh qualiiy con- sitiertjd, the lowest price tools made. Last twice the "life" ot common tools. Cant nothing for repairs and do better wo;!. after years of use than many other too!.; do when shining new from the I {ardwarc Store. Every hand farming tool on which you find the ICcea Kutter trade mark is covered by a broad flaugo guarantee. 1 i' a Keen Kutter fork, hoe, rake, tcythe, tnath, shovel, axe or hay knife, shows an imperfection of any kind, or fails to do the work for which it was intended, easily and fast, you get your money back. The same guarantee covers Keen Kutter shop tools, razors, shears, pocket- knives and table cutlery. "The Recollection of Quality Remains Long dfter the Price is Torgotten. " Trade Mark Registered. SHIVE-NAPIER IMPLEMENT CO >. —E. C. SIMMONS CHILLICOTHE, TEXAS 33 GIRLS IN STRAIGHT LINE OF DESCENT. kin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Chillicothe Valley News — 29 May 1913

VP* ( v I ft Packing - House - Products! For the convenience of our growing trade, I have enstalled a large refrigerator, and am receiving the choicest Meats from the Packing Houses every day. Fine beef and pork roasts, chops, steaks, Etc. Phone us your order in this line as well as for fresh vegetables and groceries. We are at your service. G. R. Jones, The Quality Grocer CHILLICOTHE VALLEY NEWS "EVEH AS WE ARE ONE." EARLY S. MUCK. EDITOR Kutered us second-class mutter July 0 1911 I at the i>o8tofltee of Chillicothe Texas, uode • act of Conifresfi. March 3. 187b. ROAD MEETIN6 WELL ATTENDED. A large delegation of Chilli- cothe Good Road boosters at- tended the Colorado Gulf High- way Association at Childress Thursday. The crowd numbered something like thirty one, going up in autos. The News man ac- cepted a seat in Dr. Dillard's car, and we must say that the Doctor is an expert when it comes to handling a car, although he has not had his car over two weeks. Every county from Port...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Chillicothe Valley News — 29 May 1913

) • 3 e) o • s> LOCAL HAPPENINGS IN AND ABOUT CHILLICOTHE THE BEST TOWN IN TEXAS OF 2000 PEOPLE. IF LOOKING FOR A PLAGE TO LOCATE BUY TICKET TO CHILLICOTHE. Whore Nil Slogan Is, "Good Will Toward All Men and Malace to None." Miny Prominent Farmers and Professional Men In Town During Past Week. Farmers Are Busy. Mrs. E. W. Geeo was quite sick Monday. L. E. Vernon was quite sick Saturday night. R. E. Wafer is out after a short spell with his throat. Miss Willie Puller of Ladona is theguestof Mrs. R. S. Fields. Dr. Johnson made a business trip to Port Worth yesterday. See us for oil stoves. We have the right prices.—Racket Store. Incubators and washing ma- chines, the best, at McPherson's. J. J. Gloyer and Wm. Conover Jr., have our thanks on subscrip- tion. Ed Whitton and wife are off for Mineral Wells for Mrs. Whit- ton's health. Miss Bessie Vernon is attend- ing the Normal at Crowell, going down Sunday. Mrs. Nora Darwin is visiting her brothe-in-law, John P. Heil- hecker and son. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Chillicothe Valley News — 29 May 1913

coO*-' -O THE LITTLE PAY ByCC. BOWSFIELD o bad planted and grown to maturity a crop of radlsUea. ono of onions and an- other of beots, ono following the other an Boon ns the ground could bo culti- vated. Ho did not plow for Ihese suc- cessive crops, but used disk uud har- row. It is quite common with him to raise two crops in n season. In some instance# ho follows early potatoes, carrots and radishes with sweet corp, string beans or beets. An early crop of lettuce ho gets out of the way In time for celery. Various combinations of tills kind can bo worked successfully on any lit- tle farm. A second growth of cabbage is secured by a simple process. The first head Is cut when mature, per haps early In July, after which several small heads ffppear on the stalk. Uy cutting away all but ono of these an excellent head will be developed by late summer. On truck farms it Is essential to ap- ply well rotted manure liberally. The ordinary land will allow double crop- ping to a considerable ext...

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