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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Childress Index — 21 May 1913

Notice—Railroad Men! Your crcdit is good with us for cleaning and pressing CATO & QOODE Phone No. 542. The Beat Equipped Tailor Shop in Childress •• • • 9 • GIVEN AWAY FREE Seventy-five Dollar Harness Double Truck Harness. This harness is made in my house, has heavy hames, brass ball top, traces two inches 4 ply, 4 rows of stitching, heavy breast straps with lengtheners, pole straps double and stitched, breeching special extra heavy fold. Harness is in full brass trim. We are going to give it away. Now on exhibition in my store window. Call, see and get particulars. You may be the owner of this fine harness made of highest grade leather and guaranteed for two years. By J. J. PIGOTT. W. R. ANDREWS. Mgr. * * * ( CULTIVATORS TOGO VERY CHEAP We have a large stock of Culti- vators that we are making special prices on. We are do- ing this so as to clean up on some makes. See us for prices Childress Hardware and Implement Company * f M iaMMt tha bataaoa it 1IK M RANE OUT BUY A "COMMON ...

Publication Title: Childress Index, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Childress Index — 21 May 1913

r- PRESS MEETING NOTES. CHANCE FOR REDUCTION. ! Receives Reduction The Alamo question is beard on nil Hides iu sun Antonio. There aw two BecaU*e factions-in thetii*. want.-. to of Small Losses. they j I "^der iT;ite tff Mav 17th. the Fort , {fv ^Jiue wants jducc tl*e~ rulus'ltfcondition •were wflen foe- -trtttk|<k ,v.of the' Alamo wortyi Star -TWegrttw printed u (lis- .van rouKhr, Millie tiro Wither wains from WieniUt Kail.-, as follows; to rumqi e i}U rubbtni,H{itt stone Quails ■ v H per cent, reduction In local - ■ >? *■-- - «- V from .Ik'jJ Alntiio «j5u*'f t the Alamo f|r,. insurance rales will he made as insm-uhev rate; ii as £)'(- state t-s cowiilied by board approves fi- the illy fire niar- Ci.'irch or cluljipel, ^making a j>ark. HOrm The mutter ha* tx^en in the courts Klir,, and the end' is not in sight. Thejj,|la|j j (V Ward. 1 building now standius is kept li^ abou These/fiKtwi's show a total of the same condition as when ihe'fW.ttlt*7gg o;-, 'wu« i^jllected in pre...

Publication Title: Childress Index, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Childress Index — 21 May 1913

<4 Rate:: One crnt per word lot the first ids erties; One-half cent pet. word for each fol- lowing insertion. THE INDEX BUSINESS GETTERS WANTED. kVANTED-— To loan $600.00 on good ■eal estate escurity for 'our or five rears. Enquire of K. L\ Diggs, t'hi!- Iress, Texas. 24x3 HALVES WANTED—I will buy your Jersey calves. Chester Fires. 25tf FOR RENT. R)R RENT a furnished room • fter play 20th, in the Shurte residence, kpply to J. W. Chesnutt. 'I FOR SALE OR TRADE. W"OK SALE Nice home van l e lijbought for small payment down bal- Ifnce monthly. For particulars ad- Uress, Owner, care Index. 24If 1ILK COW—For sale, will take a (ood note or exchange for other cat- le. O. H. Smith, Childness. 25tf 'OR SALE—Or trade, my tec*) d-. and Ford auto. DR. J. Ii MICH IB. tILK. COW- Shorthorn Durham and ;d P'oll, crossed, in milk. J. C. Hol- by, Route 3, Childress. 28pd IOR SALE—Practically new side sad or will trade for man's saddle. (RS. MINNIE (!R 11'FIN 27pd. OR SALE—Or trade, buggy and set pub...

Publication Title: Childress Index, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Childress Index — 21 May 1913

— [ I 1 7: . ^ ' v HERE'S SOME BARGAIN! Farm and Ranch - Holland's Magazine Childress Index Total - Loo - $ Loo $ Loo $3.oo During the next few weeks this combination will be open to new arvd old subscribers svt the remarkable low price of «1 The subscription runs for one year. Don't wait if you want them but call at The Index at once and subscribe, rates ever offered by these papers before. This is positively the lowest Can you afford to pass this by? MORE MACHINERY. la keeping forward with the times and advancement of Childress The Index baa found it necessary to pur- chase more machinery and has order- ed one of the latest And finest job presses made. The ' prats- Is mftde especially for fine1 printing, such' as picture printing, book work and large card printing, and will be quite an addition to the shop. A press of th'a kind has been wanted to sev- sal >ears but until the past few iponths has there been sufficient Work to make the investment a pay- In one. With this press Th...

Publication Title: Childress Index, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Childress Index — 4 June 1913

* J 1 % Patrons should work in harmony with the teachers. Better results will be shown by the pupils. The Childress index. The success of any school is de- pendent upon the good will of the patrons. Do your part. VOL. XXV CHILDRESS. TEXAS. VVEDNESAY. .JUNE 4. 1913. NO. 29 MEET ALL VISITORS Let Every Citizen Take Time Tomorrow to Show All Visitors a Big Time. Tomorrow morning Childress for the second time will entertain visit ing delegates to the Colorado-to- Gulf Highway meeting. The number of visitors will perhaps exceed that of the meeting two weeks ago. Chi Id reus made a very favorable impression >vith every visitor to tin-, former meeting and tomorrow every j citizen should give each visitor thoi glad hand and at the same time tell i him what a splendid town and conn- j ty we have. Assure him Childress j is up and going and that the old j town is neither "back firing," "miss j ing" or lias water in her carburetor. That we have plenty of "gas," "direct hull" and that the fric...

Publication Title: Childress Index, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Childress Index — 4 June 1913

ARSENIC Lon We havei large amount of this poision in stock, the best pison to use in killing grasshoppers. We will fill I phone or etter orders and send by parcel post Alexander Druar Company TELEIIONE NUMBER 26 * Childress County Will Build a Good Highway Thursday night a' the Commercial club room Hon, J. II. Aynenworth called to order a meeting for the pur- pose of organizing a good roads as- Moclatton for Childress county. The feature purpose of the organization to construct a road through Chil- dress county and same lo be a part of the CoJorado-to tJulf Highway. Mr. Ayriesworth read u letter from Pres. Williams of ilowie, and it stated the requirements in making this road tome to government standard of one hundred per cent. Discussion followed -Mr. Ay ties- v/oith's remarks. Every citizen pre- sent stated that Childress county should have this road and that this county could not afford to be the weak link in the chain. After satisfying himself that the people were in earn- est M...

Publication Title: Childress Index, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Childress Index — 4 June 1913

I • No Barbecue This Year; * * * PURELY PERSONAL Premiums for Fcirm Exliil)its John Q. Adams of Klrkland. 4* •{• + 4* SOCIAL DOINGS 4" 4* 4* Ilss Minnie Hedges, Editor «J« 4- •WW K"br,H,T+W"W",rv The Commercial club held its re*u-! Mitchell The aie-'r.lijg wilt be held lar weekly meeting last night with « ar tne Elks' club good number if members present The club voted t: mk< to tlie Elks The following business whk transact- for the use of the club room for the | former meeting. Membership committee reported j * • • that the fund had reached an amount ; 30DY IS EXHUMEO. over $2,000 for yearly dues. A great many others ire yet to come In and | '"I Nidevei pa.-—d through Chll- T. B. it is confid'Mitl) expected that $3.0"" <lress Tuesday ni^! • en route to Delta' school .it will be subscribed , county where he will rebury his The club also decided to lend its mother who died five years ago at best effort - * work in harmony \marlllo, He was met at Childress by , K. Ewlng, a brothe...

Publication Title: Childress Index, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Childress Index — 4 June 1913

Childress Index. L. E. HASKETT, Proprietor. CATO SELLS GETS PLUM. ELM33£ L. E. HASKETT Entered in tha Po toft'ice at Chil- dress, Texas, as Second Class Mail Matter SUBSCRIPTION :.Q0 PER YEAR. Telephone Number 284. Wednesday, June 4. 1913. Now and th<n a man will talk iibout bridging Ked river on the ('lillilress-Arlk- road. With a bridge iit that point the fit mien* on the north i.lde of the county would he much nearer Childress than at present, and their farms would he worth much :«oro. The bridge could be built more. The bridge could be built with- out raising the tftxe- but little more Name Sent To Senate Aj Commis- sioner of Indian Affairs. MjKNIGHT CASE VERSE 3 Childress has organized boards of trade, commercial clubs and various other organizations for the better- ment of the city, but in? club being organized at this time is the only one that has been started right. Witli enough money pledged to keep up the organization one year there is some ahow of doing the town and co...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Childress Index — 4 June 1913

01 I I ■ Notice—Railroad Men! Your credit is good with us for cleaning and pressing JOE GOODE Phone No. 542, Ttw Rest Equipped Tailor Shop in Childress | ® is « « GIVEN AWAY FREE Seventy-five Dollar Harness Double Truck Harness. This harness is made in my house, has heavy hames, brass ball top, traces two inches 4 ply, 4 rows of stitching, heavy breast straps with lengtheners, pole straps double and stitched, breeching special extra heavy fold. Harness is in full brass trim. V/e are going to give it away. Now on exhibition in * my store window. Call, see and get particulars. You may be the owner of this fine harness made of highest grade leather and guaranteed for two years. By J. J. PIGOTT. BUY A "COMMON SENSE s AriNT W. R. ANDREWS. Mgr. Pnone 250. CULTIVATORS TO 00 VERY CHEAP We have a large stock of Culti- vators that we are making special prices on. We are do- ing this so as to clean up on some makes. See us for prices Childress Hardware and Implement Company I '-STARVE THE FLY....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Childress Index — 4 June 1913

SHALL CHILDRESS ENTER CLEAN TOWN CONTEST1 contest aa outlet for tiie extendi- ture of effort that will bring result.* of untold value. a necoed railr0a3 Holland^ Magazine, In 11)12, offered $1,000,00 in u "Cleanent Town Con- test" and three towns In the State won cash prizes. This year It offers prizes In a second contest of the Maine general character foul with some added features. The territory in this contest includes Oklahoma and Texas, hut the contest in each State will ho virutally Independent of t>- other. The prizes offered are as follows To the town making (he besil more rnvsHJenrv In each cIbkh a sanitary drinkltiK i fountain for each of the public school buildings within Its corporate limits will foe given Towns will foe divided into flw classes Iti Texas, as follows: (Mass A Towns of G.Oimi more than 1 ,.">00 population. Childress people should to-1 The advertising value of winning a sether and see If they cannot influ-i prUe will be worth all the effort and j ence...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Childress Index — 4 June 1913

and THE LADIES' MINSTRELS Not very loiij; aj.'<> t! «• Iridic* of our Department < 'lub, Gave a minstrel u. the public aft* r tfoiny thru the ub'. Of a practice both nerve racking and time lak t f.ani drear, Bat the funlovt.rs of Childress anu our neighbors «..r and near. Filled our pockets with their dollars at the La, Grande with a crowd, That enjoyed the songs and dancing, cheering • . *1 joke long and loud. Then Lady Sterling, born to preside. So stately calm and dignified, Master of ceremonies, cool and possessed, Introducing the programme, the coons did the ?• -t. The white girls who sang solos, did them-lelvt s pr-..d. So did the "set and grins" who sung out loud, All of the chorus and some of the sonirs. Their singing and faces, both helped along. The black faces looked like the real true tiling. And the Mulattos would have mad" a n- gro asham J, But the dear litte Ya'ler Gals gracing tin- ends. Were too cute to describe and for fear we offend. The English language ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Childress Index — 4 June 1913

GRASSHOPPERS IN NEW MEXICO. ■ I f I i : i 0 Destroying Crops Section There. These Pests are Over a Large Farmers In some parts of Chil- dress county are complaining of the grasshoppers, Buying they are Injur- ing growing crops to a considerable extent. While no general movement hajs been started to destroy tho pests, yet the farmers are using several means of getting rid of Hie hoppers. In another place we are printing two receipts for making poison to kl" the hoppers. Reports from various parts of New Mexico are to the effect that the hop- pers are destroying the crops, In fact eating everything that is grow lug. The state and federal govern- ment have sent agents into the affli- cted sections «f the state for the purpose of assisting the farmers In their fight against the hoppers. A letter from Kllda, N. M., to the Ama- rillo News gives a gloomy account of the conditions. The letter follows: Kllda, N. M„ May 1'7, 1913. Kditor Amarillo Dally News, Dear Sir: — Jf you have not yet gi...

Publication Title: Childress Index, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Childress Index — 11 June 1913

Now is the time for all good citizens to come to the 3<d of Childress. Join the C. C. C. THE CHILDRESS INDEX. Help put Childress in the Hol- land Cleanest Town Contest. All to earn, nothing to lose. HelpJ mm VOL. XXV CHILDRESS, TEXAS. WEDNESDAY. JUNE II. 1913. NO. 30 COLORADO-TO-GULF E HIGHWAY ASSURED |H COM LINES Thursday's Meeting at Childress Marked New Era in Good Roads Construction in Northwest Texas. Every F'an- handle County Pledged. Meet at Clarendon. J. II Ayneswortlt itn«: .1 W. Allniond wire circulating subscription list among the town people Monday, ask ing for aid lo make the Colorado -to- Gulf road through Childress county. TJh-v were met with a hearty response from all and at the close of the work that evening hail nearly eight hun- dred dollars subscribed, with half of the amount cash in hand. They state that every man they approached responded as he was worth, and that the people were en- thusiastic over the proposition, and were sure that the people of Chil- dre...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Childress Index — 11 June 1913

ARSENIC We have a large amount of this poision in stock. It is the best poison to use in killing grasshoppers. We will fill phone or letter orders and send by parcel post Lon Alexander Drug Company TELEPHONE NUMBER 26 TO STUDY IN NEW YORK. Dr. J. 1J. Michie and son, T. H. ■will leave Monday for Now York City. T. II. will spend about ten days In the American metropolis* viewing the sights. Dr. Michie will make Ills stay of «ome two months, diiinx which time be will Htndy, taking a special course of (Unease* of women and children at the famous Hellvue Hos- pital. This hospital is said to be the best in America and any doctor can count himself fortunate that is able to study within its walls. WRONG SPIRIT. A B (G LAW SUIT. OBITUARY. It is reported that some parties A suit of peculiar interest to oil) Kittle Kosa Uolda Snow, infant having land adjoining the public j men in this county was filed in the daughter of Mr', and Mrs. VV. M. roads, over which the promoters ex-1 district court M...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Childress Index — 11 June 1913

< • watch THIS we'll make a smile GROWfltWHERE THERE WA5 W a frown mUk before: i\ You ILtAfcW /S0METH\HC Too. DO YOD KNOW W HO ! AM? WELL. JF YOU DON'T. ASK SOMEBODY. I'VE COME HERE TO STAY A FEW YEARS AND TELL YOU WHERE TO 81Y UMBER AND BUILDING STUFF. I'LL DO SOMETM1NG DIFFERENT EACH WEEK. AND INVITE YOU TO LOOK. 1 V. ANT YOU TO ACQUAINTED WITH OUR GOOD ZUMBER AND WILL MAKE IT INTER- ESTING FOR OOU. YOU'LL GET A SQUARE DEAL TOO. John E. Quarles Co. 4-H-H-M-H -M-H-M- I I1 I"I"t + PURELY PERSONAL + + + r"I* Attention Please I will have my club open Monday, June 15 and will call for and de- liver. spot and press four Suits a month for $1.00. C. CATO Basement of Cristler building. Telephone No. 564 COAL Niggerhead, Maitland, McAlester "THE BEST IN THE WEST" Transfer and Storage WILKIR SON-ROBERTSON COIL 8 TRANSFER CO. K. R. Robjrtson, Mgr. Davis Pcidmont Smithing Coal Screen Doors } We carry a complete stock of | screen doors. Screen your house J against flies. It will save you J m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Childress Index — 11 June 1913

y Childress Index. L. E. HASKETT, Proprietor. L. E. HASKETT EDITOR. Entered in the Poatoffiee a* ( hil- dress. Texan, as Second Class Mull Matter. SUBSCRIPTION $VrOO PER YEAR. Telephone Vlumber 234. Wednesday, June 11, 1913. "Boost and the whole World boosts with you, Knock and you kno< k alone." That, .should lc u prtiy good motto for faoiiK' folks to follow. N'o town can grow that docs not Wave support of Its citizens. Of course sonic men will fail to "kick in" but do not lot that be cause for you to neglect your part. Do a lit- tle boosting and a little "kicking In" and old Childress will be the best town in Texas. No progressive farmer can afford withhold liis support from his home town. The larger the home town the more prosuerous the business men m .! the better will be the market for farm products. The best wuy from a business standpoint Is to cooperate Willi the town people. The creamery is the most Important manufacturing Industry a smiill town can have, because it affor...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Childress Index — 11 June 1913

« • • • •) • • • • • We Will Save You rioney ( By special arrangement with the publishers of Farm and Ranch and Holland's Magazine we can save you a nice sum of money on the following combinations The Index Farm and Ranch Holland's $1.00 $1.00 $1.00 Total $3.00 •j- ! All Three a Year to You for $1.50 i r *I4 *1* *I4 v 4 4* 4* X. Tne Index aims to give you all the local news and as much of the im- * J* + portant outside news as possible. Farm and Ranch is the most up-to- J. V Y date farm weekly in the South, and every number is full of interesting v : - J. T J facts which appeal toeverv jnan, woman and child on the farm, v 4* " ^ ? Holland's runs from sixty to seventy pages each month, and every £ V * woman and child who receives this monthly will be particularly well V m • 1 T pleased with it. 1] ± * + I $1.50 Buys All Three j * i I i Call at this office and ask for a copy of Farm and Ranch and Holland's * •I- * v v •I* Magazine. It won't cost you a cent and we will be glad to see y...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Childress Index — 11 June 1913

Here's e Fiee Bed The satisfying sugges- tion of homliness about this bed is the result of the simple beauty of its design. Vision of a comfortable night's rest would come to you in any room of which this bed was a part. The open spaces at head and foot gives plenty of air cir- culation and makes it easy to dress the bed. Our bed stock is complete and we can supply your wants. How Much Should One Pay For a Mattress? A man can live 40 days without food, 7 days without food or water, but he would die in 7 days without sleep. For natural sleep you have to have a good bed. It's economy therefore to buy a high grade mat- tress even for a cheap bed. Our SI5.00 Mattress is good enough for a king—you need not pay more. Call in at once and let us show you. THE HOME FURNITURE COMPANY PHONE 251 U. C. V. RESOLUTIONS. At the meeting of Camp Joe John- ston, II. C. V., held lasst Saturday at the court house, the following resolu- tions were presented and passed by a unanimous vote. JJe It resolved...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Childress Index — 11 June 1913

Treat Them to the treat cf treats — always welcomed, by all, everywhere— aj sparkling with life—delight- \I fully c1) o J i n g—s u p r e m e ly wholesome. Delicious—Refreshing Thirst-Quenching tlC I ( T UU f— I : I it ;jtt ■ *i I At Soda Fountains or C ar km* attd in Bottles, ho.d li<r f rrr Kooklrt. V THE COCA-COLA COMPANY, ATLANTA. CA. Rates: One cent per word for the first insert ion : Ooe-half cent per « word for each fol- lowing insertion. CLASSIFIED COLUMN WANTED. CALVES WANTED—1 will buy your Wint ads placed uccer this head will bring resalts If you want to buy, sell or trade, tell little Wantad j POR SALE Furniture for five rooms I hors-c. buggy and harness. Bargain Jerwv calve. Chester Fires. -.r'tf! for some one. Phone 501, :.0eol FOR RENT. ' FOR KENT Good j room house. Inquire of .1. S. Scott phone FOR SALE OR TRADE. MILK i'()\V- For sale, will take a good note or exchange for other cat- tle. O. 11. Smith, Childress. U5tf FOR SALE Or trade, my second- hand Ford auto. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Childress Index — 11 June 1913

I i I In Order To Keep His Credit Good This is a bank for depositors and also a bank for borrowers of good standing. You are cordially invited to have your checking ac- count here. It is the best book-keeping system in the world. A check is your receipt, it avoids unpleasant arguments and disputes regarding accounts and in- sures you from paying your bills twice. THE FARMERS AND MECHANICS STATE BANK SOME NEW LAWS. The hundred und thirteen of the HH! laws enacted by the Thirty third leg- islature will become effective July 1. This includes local and general mea- sures. several of the most important and most radical measures are here out- lined. The eight-hour law is a union labor pleasure. It provides eight hours as a maximum day's work for state and municipal laborers. One of the most widely known of Ilia new laws effective .Itily I Is the 0:30 closing law for saloons. Another anti-liquor law prohibits the shipment of Junior Into "dry" territory and penalizes the seller and currier....

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