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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Caddo Mills News — 27 June 1913

W * i f rmps^r**-* o o VOLUME 4 CADDO MILLS, HUNT COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE#/, 1013 NUMBER 31 rTcnrsnrwiri Temple Garden We have just gotten in a shipment of the famous Temple Garden Tea put up in • 10c, 15c, 25c and 50c packages. If you want something good try a can of this. Just unloaded a fresh car of Peace Maker Flour if you want the best try a sack. w: MWfw>ia* wiwiiw■—mwwww—m imwi nnunw iwwiiwrwMwwwww•mMMManwwMHm MMHMnaHNraMMUM —1u ———a—————«.n ■■ nmrtwriiin ■aw—— We have fruit jars, caps arid rubber. Don't forget our Chase & San- born coffee. Remember, Pure Silk Socks 25c. Local Happenings Jake Bowman is working at the Mercantile. .*5 J. A. Johnson spent Sunday and Monday in Dallas. Joe Bass was a business visitor i to Greenville last Sunday. : It was reported |ltat G„ N. ! Barnhardt had purchased an automobile this week. Barnhardt and Grevvel^ reports threshing under-way arid a very successful season. Mesdames C. F. and IJ. G. Stevenson, and little, daughters Blanch...

Publication Title: Caddo Mills News
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Caddo Mills News — 27 June 1913

1 & V i & I j; lite vTnii&o jHUls Sfeuia Published Every Friday. L. R. HURST Editor and Publisher Entered the postoffice at Caddo Mills, Texas as second class mail matter Nov. 30, 1909. under act of Congress March 3,1879. GOOD TIP ON VOTE GETTING Our Popular Young Lady and Piano Contest is Now on in Earnest and Hard Work is Being Done By Contestants. subscription One year $1.00 Fix months 60c telephone 55 Caddo Mili,s, Texas i Opportunities come to those ,who wait, but seldom find -them "at home." , industrial people love, and kike pride in their work, only the shiftless enjoy laziness. Those who work and make opportunities are the ones who ,know how to take advantage of theiri. Strange we haven't had anyone to even suggest a celebration noma kind for the 4th of July. Looks like we might be able to gat up an entertainment at least once or twice a year, opan up the doora of our homss, and invite our neighboring people to come and have a get-togethar and social good time. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Caddo Mills News — 27 June 1913

«• f—~ © —388385£ V. REAL ESTATE LOANS INSURANCE It Will Pay You Well to See Geo, Lo VanCleave FOR YOUR ' \ * General Merchandise Also Agent for th? STANDARD and JOHN DEERE IMPLEMENTS the Best on Earth Cultivators, Planters, Harrows, Slalk Cutters, and am Aditional Locals. the Famous Newton and Ft. Smith Wagons. u. When in need of anything in this line, I will make it to your interest to trade with me, and will assure you of courteous treatment and honest and fair dealing, and will guarantee satisfaction on all purchases. Phone me or come and see me when I can serve you in any way. The Irish are Coining Emerald Isle is sending a steady stream of joval, sturdy and honest citizens to Texas. According to Uncle Sam. who is now acting as gate keeper on our imigrandon, the Irish are coming to Texas at the rate of five per day, and Pat is well pleased with our opportunities. There are no snakes in Texas, and the earth is covered with a carpet of green the whole year round and we celebrate ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Caddo Mills News — 27 June 1913

J r mtm \\ i I! i, / t I 1 if M I 11 1; I Home Talent Play A home talent play will be. given Tuesday night at thtfOpera House under the auspicies of the Womens Mission Society of the Methodist Church. The play titled "Sunset" is a beautiful drama showing the loves of two sisters and the'sacrifise of the older for the younger. A play full of humor and pathos. CAST Mr. Rivers, the father C—Rev. Huckabee.f Aunt £)rusellia, an old maid auntie Mrs. Huckabee. Lawrence Liegh, a barrister - Roger Hearn. Aaariah Stcdd, a sporting young countryman- -- -Briscoe Stevenson Lois Rivers, - Floy Dugan Joan Jasper Irene Hearn There will also be a number of beautiful specialties including a picutresque Japanese song specialty. Director, Miss Ruby Smith. ■ mail— —- ,.-y\ Vacation land is calling now, and it only remains for you to make up your mine! when and where 'to go. t The low fares, to more th&n a hundred attractive resorts, one! (he conveniences io bo had in reaching them will kelp you solv...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Caddo Mills News — 31 July 1914

it- re >r o VOLUME 5 SUMMER BARGAINS ■Of MNP - Rmm ■ 1 V ,kl m **' ,y CADDO -MILLS, HUNT COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY. JULY, 31, 1914 ""T NUMBER Ofi .0 ■ X; For the next few days we are going to close out our Ladies Misses and Childrens Dresses BIG REDUCTION DON'T MISS IT ¥> | Just received a new lot of the" latest novelties in neck cords, Spanish hair V. pins etc. $Jersmtnl Go to A. Fagg l'or char coal. Mrs. L. T. Johnston is on the sick list this week. i A. B'agg has a supply of cotton i I i sack duck. . I Mrs. C. Bailey and daughters! went to Green ville Wednesday, i II Miss Rubie Johnson, of Lone: Oak, is visiting Miss Mablej | j Anderson here this week. Mrs. Hicks, ol Farmersvilie, viBited Mr. and Mrs. J. Judy, j [ east of town the first of tho week We notice this week that Ur. Hale is sporting an aut© and inviting his friends to take a joy ride with him. Miss Lonita Owens \fcho has been taking a vacation for about a month will be at her post of duty at the central office Satur-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Caddo Mills News — 31 July 1914

X.' ■ - I Ill \ i t I ' • 3 *1 t I if 1$ \ i i' U 1 fj i v r. ■I 1 I r felie &i2i&a fRilla Stents i^ubiiahed Evwy Friday. I *swrm ■;. T. M^RHIS, Editor and Publisher , .Entered the poatoflice at Caddo iliils, Texas as second class mail riuitcer Nov. 30, 1009, underact •Vl' Ccritfress March 3,1870. '' IJL. SUBSCRIPTION J)ije year..... $1.00 Six months --- 50c TELEPHONE 55 . ■ 111 ' i ^A'DDO MILLS, - - PROMINENT REAL ESTATE MAN. Surpr's'ng Cure of Stomach Trouble. 'IEXAS Credits his cure from Malaria When you have trouble with j to Grigsby's Liv-Ver-Lax | vour stomach or chronic consti- the modern, nonmatalic ; "a,ioP' raUgine that your .. .I 'is beyond help just because Liver Medicine. your docto? .fails ty give you re- 'vctV Mrs. G. Stengle, Plain field. N. J., writes, "F;r over a month I past I have been troubled -with . my stomach. Everything "I atdj upset it terribly. One of Cham-j berlain's advertising booklets! Mr. F. E. Gilmore, of Slaughter B!ng., Dallas, T • :as. say...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Caddo Mills News — 31 July 1914

WL «*5 3 t if at HP \ \ TZ'mTl' For Better Bread Flakier Pastry and Lighter Cakes mmm Made by a New and Perfect Process NoUung wholesome taken from wheat -nothing harmful added. Get a Sack Free Try it-You'll Like It, It's Batter-Than-Urtial goodness will surprise you. Enter our monthly baking euot*it. Wu ffiv« « 4 8-pound sack of Glulk'ki Floor every 111011th uf'ti priut for good cooking. addo CfwL'io 5e/f and Guarantee it Ut Ci F.r Ml PirticoUn Money Back if you are not Wholly Satisfied jn.ui' U '• *UJ perlv feed it and keep careful records of gains made and the; cast of these gains, If these boys! lear how to make a prood profl ] on one barrow they will soon be1 able to bo the ivme thing on lots of them. Texas imported lust year over $24,000,000 worth of pork pro- ducts from other states. Is there much honor in our boast, of raising u third of America's cot- tou supply wheu we have to trade it off to the other state for pork, especially, at cotton is runing the farm of the South a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Caddo Mills News — 31 July 1914

X m I *? ■ ■ HOW ABOUT YOUR New Spring Suit We Represent the Edward E. Stress, Tailoring Co. \ Their Styles arc the Latest Creations. You arc envited To Come and Take a Look. J, B. VELVIN, Prop. Union Hill Notes. TEXAS FACTS WHEAT. Texas ranks seventeenth in wheat production, hut compircs more fav- orably in the prices paid and tlie yield per acre. Mr. Walter Gibson and family spent Saturday night Mr. Brode McWhirter and family. Mrs. Laura Avers spent Mon- day afternoon with Mrs. Carrie Correlt. Bessie and Pearl Bost spent Sunday evening with Mossie Spencer. ' In Texas the yield from one Albert Mable and Carless Gib- aero of wheat is worth more ton visiteb at Mr. Bcntleys at than the ayeraga acre's yield of „. this cereal in the principal wheat Qunlan last week. J * Stella Buco Maud Neil and J Mattie Spencer spent Sunday eve- [ There are 7.000 wheat planters ninjj with Allie and Mae Hatjia- in Texas located principally in the (Panhandlo section of the .stale, if _ Mr. Emmit'sParks a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Caddo Mills News — 12 February 1915

m*■ >• f) 4 A CADDO MILLS. HUNT CO UN :'Y. TEXAS, FRID v. FEBRUARY, 12 10] 5 N ' M; JER 11 .m Mlwr* r&ma.Ti mssjtpbi iji will I—.ay cur*. ct.-subkb.-mi. zmn-vma. ■ amsriamf*'—I ihii n ■iwrwgif.t^r; c-.i ■: -jtmn«Ka'::.T «.« .s'lvv::, rr- ■ ramraram mmrv."" I—rm-rrTT rrrrri* i fZjfJ a: til <91 ' «r, ..MU4JI4UIJUKAMU. -US^SU .1 lUrjULl.tOUW 1 and Amber are now i also sees DON'T WAIT TOO LONG Plenty of Chops and Shorts u J.o: received a full line of . Styles in Lo Cufc Shoes O uM. TM ill A /a Buy it of the City Cafe. J. A. Johnson was in Dalian on business Monday. John Kuykenclall was in Green -: ville on business Wednesday. Miss Birtie Stevenson was ii,j Greenville Monday. Cl«ave Owens of Denison is visiting relative here tkis week. Mr. Jim Williams, of Green- ville, was in town Wednesday. Messrs Joe D. Morrison and A. Kanouse were in Greenville j Monday. Rev. J. W. Humphrey, of j Greenville, was in town last Sat- j urday. Mr. Charlie George, of Green- j ville, was visiting ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Caddo Mills News — 12 February 1915

• I tt i IJh < Ca&iio f£Uilc 2%Viu Published Every Friday (J. T. MORRIS, Editor and Publisher Entered the postoffice at Caddo Mills, Texas as second class mail matter Nov. 30, 1909, under act of Congress March 3,1879. 111 n 11 1 I 11 1 SUBSCRIPTION One year $1.00 Six months 50c TELEPHONE 55 Caddo Mills, Texas Plant a good garden and live at home during 1915. Turkey, poor bird is in war again to get picked. Raise more to eat at home and plant less cotton, is the slogan of Texas today. When people of Texas learn to live at home the state will pros- per, and "hard times" will be a back number. England has borrowed the stars and stripes from Uncle Sam without his consent, to land their ocean liners in their harbors safety. Their flag must be a hoodo to them. What do you think of that? farmer mast think about feeding himself and make his plana ac- cordingly. Ways and means of helping the farmer do this have been outlined and discussed. It is admitted the farmer will have to have h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Caddo Mills News — 12 February 1915

—U'f WU'll" 1 I'REE FREfc Memoirs of Napoleon In Three Volumes Tkis man caused tkie kst general Luropoan war. Mis pws«nal M ru iiui, written by Itt* secretary, B min Dc Mowal, ar« full of ike K*uat abserbiag incident?, wipecully b view of the present jipom £mj. ptia« itrujglii. JuM a hantlrcd \«ars a«o, kis a ! i- tiau* bathed the Coatiuent in a *«« of kluKi. Fmnee al«n«, uncWr bis sliip, frwght G«r «ny, Rvt ia, Antirui, Itafy, aad Urwt Britain—ettui vm. Get these Memoirs Free Byspocial arraur nient with th« pub- Uahoin of COLLIKR 3, 1 ha NatioiMl \f «kly. wt are aatbltU to offtr a Un- it v J Duubtr af tbes<i thrw-Yoiu t sou of tht Momgirs at Nnpoleaa fr«« with a ytar's subaciiptioa to Colliw's auJ this pviper. I he < $«i is strictiy liihiw<t —la gtt adraawgte af it you aitut a«t promptly. Sherlock Holmes Storiee Exclusively in Collier's All >W' Skailnek Malam Mci.w pukiiafc*4 i« IHo ha tirUinvalf a Collk«r' . The "luiit ■iiwif " pirMNs al tlw Ua'« n Wat wi* +*±.mu vwy *...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Caddo Mills News — 12 February 1915

, II I i! 1 / i it 1 I 1 1 s I II •I H <1 BP". jtf.vnjuir*: "BP M A GI A J't. /rt Pre-.ration For the hair I ??• * /Oi iViS,'. ?•"'. 'f::! f j.-Mk ^4sf- s Q hyj. 3impoo 11 Strictly a:\-.rteed if not satisfied L-rii your money will be refund* CaH at the is AKBbU SHOP and give it the test. Ln:c ail useful rr.cn, tliey do not seek publicity, yet millions of j machines .sing th*ir praises from every harvest field on earth and as many plows turn the soil in mute applause oi their marvelous ach-ics emeuts. * t ,, -j™ ?* ■k vfv / •jr 11 &J, VE! I 1 Jf IV? wiiLd Prop, FARMER RADFORD ON WOMAN SUFFRAGE. The home is the greatest contri- S3j bution of women to liie world. p|! and tlic hearthslone is her throne. iJ Our social structure is built around her, and social righteous- ^ nc j is in her charge. ITer beau- liful life lights the skies of hope and her refinement is the charm of twentieth century civilization. JT;' |U,4 \t :tt1 -<' 0 '• •- . IV'Jr W tllc-vL U'.o/:.; people hav-e i ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Caddo Mills News — 26 July 1918

r "V J mm * Sn *SSF < ',gM • - ■ il^ * • < -/-7 ' / i-t <■ *—- '/) || • — —r- I1- ■ / - -y • ) t/JX ^ . . */ v ,3T 4* VOLUME 9, e-vrw ■ '>«?. CADDO MILLS, TEX., FRID , JULY 26, 1018. prescriptions are accurately compounded by pains- taking-pharmacists at """ —- :! I ill. r* The -REXALL Store Our stock of Toilet A rticles is always complete with the latest and most up 0 date merchandise. The famous Jointeel line, a combination of odors from Over 20 different fragrant flowers from far off countries, Lord Baltimore Stationery and in fact eveything" to be found in an up to date Drug Store. Satisfaction or your money back when you make a purchase at_ J THE REXALL COMFORT KIT G. F. STEVENSON, PROPRIETOR. NUMBER ♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦ 2 V I ill v . F A warning to our customers and friends to be careful not to permit yourselves fleeced out of mon- ey and Liberty bonds by the numerous peddlers of stock of many different kinds, much of which will prove only a scrap of paper. So much worthless a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Caddo Mills News — 26 July 1918

ILJJ ■ •m— i!N0MFREM?!137^ ? ff k. tC4ftfcfc HUBSCklPliON veir 1140 Months 50* TELEPHONE Si. is a oepy of a recent ruling issued to all tbe newapapers ol ik* War Indnatriaa Board at WaiUagt^a, wbLch is self- of tko shortage Of materials the question ol the supply of AMU and the ase of paper must be economized to the all newspapers which publish a daily and weekly ew*e pu* Um following preliminary economist into effect July is, i«i : ; . "D cruttiisne the aBtaptance of the return of unaold copies; t "Discontinue the use of all sample or fr* promotion copies; * "Discontinue giving copies to anybody except for office-working copies er vhere required by statute law in the cats of official advertising; "P'troDttene giving free copies to advertisers, except not more than one copy each for checking purposes. 'Discontinue the arbitrary forcing of copies on caws dealers (i. e., com. them to boy mora copies than they can legitimately eell in order to , pertain territory.) "Discontinue the buy...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Caddo Mills News — 26 July 1918

J'1 Baa SALE ON LOW SHOET • # Drive Right In" / Don't atop to light any lantern. Just snap a switch and the barn is flooded with a bright and safe light. Everything is as dear M in daylight. You need not fumble or grope in the dark any more. As you go from wacj>n-h^'i«e to cow-shed, to chicken- house, your way is lighted by 1-4 Off z \ Germans Wrest Petitwood and Village of Chassins from French But Later a fierce Counter Attack Regains Both Positions Overcoming strong enemy resistance the allied troops con tinue to make progress on the Soissons-Rheims battle front. General Foch's offensive is entering on its second week with the Germans being forced back before the smashing blows of the French Americans and British. Extreme severity marks the greater part of the fighting, uoodly gains by the French and Americans between the Orcq and Marne rivers and the British southwest of Rheims give evidence of the spirit prevailing among the allied troops. Military observers believe that the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Caddo Mills News — 26 July 1918

M .. j r>n| i u rw r«u at-v-t - ;V- • T Uw Totm of Hunt County i has always been a rt- gu of terror la ev- Whn my former announcements cry country when there was we.-. published, the right to vote ap- Hard time*, poverty, end privation, plied to men only. At that time won* coupled with criminal intent b«oomea Ml oould only use tbeir influence m tae forceful and suggestive. I election of «f fleers. i The duty of the peace officer will be The women now have the right ta to guard the youth of our country, pro- vote and have equal duties to perforin tect the homes and arrest the offender. In the election of officers, and this I do not insinuate or even propose to Announcement ia to pay tbem equal ro- be able to serve an sheriff of our county apacta. without making mistakes, no peace of- I feel that, aincc they have greater ficer ever graduated in his profession, rights, tbey ean read with greater in- there is no end to his field of learning. terest. | I am subject to mistakes a* an o...

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