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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Childress Index — 18 June 1913

Now* it the time tor all toed citizens to come to the *'d ©♦ Childress. Join the C. C. C. THE CHILDRESS INDEX. Help put Childless in th* Hol- land C leanest Town Contest. All to fiain, nothing to lose. Help) VOL. XXV CHILDRESS, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY. JUNE ]8. 1913. NO. 31 RED-LETTER DM Marcus Dod Says Panhandle Route will Be A. A. A. Route to Colorado. Saturday can be counted a red-let- ter day for Childress. It. was the real beginning of a great highway through Childress county and within a few months the first first-class road will be finished and ready for the tired traveler of everywhere and Childress county folks too. While Marcus Dod, representative of the Ulue Hook, was in the city t 1m* reporter asked him his opinion of the Colorado-to-Gulf Highway through this section of the state. Mr. Hod K.f'il: "You people have not only the short «'st route lint by far the best The Motorcycle Driver Collides with Horse Saturday evening about dusk a collision between .. motorcycle and a horse ...

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 — 18 June 1913

ARSENIC Lon 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. • • Alexander Drug Company TELEPHONE NUMBER 26 SOMETHING DOING. Race Entries are Setting New Pace Set. T. J. Jefferles of th« Childress Kalr Association has furnished The Index with a lint of enterics In the following races: 2:35 Pace; Purse $400. Johnie Patcb, Clovls, N. M.; llahy Klunice, Childress, Texas; Hex Jr., Ciayton, N.. M.; Willy Walts, Wichita Texuu; Al Onward, Lake Char- les, l„a.; Josie U, Clarendon, Texas; Oixiu iial, Clarendon, Texas; Man joe, Vernon, Texas; Allator, Klk City, < k. itambllng Tom, Klk City, Okla.; Hon- est Hoy, .Mnrlln, Texas, Ixmdema Al- lt>rt in, l.amjiasHas, Texas; Ktta Green, Phoenix, Ariz.; Itobln I'arole, Kl Cen- ter, Calif.; Twlncolyte, l.uttkin, Tex.; Kyrnbol CI, Law ton, t kla.; liill Ttkft. Hulphur, Okluhoina. , * 2:35 Trot; Purse $400. • Capt. Tom, Koscoe, Texan;...

Publication Title: Childress Index, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Childress Index — 18 June 1913

I if you use thf: right building materials and lumber w hen you put a veranda on your home. it will be a decided ornament to the house. and you won t have to be repairing it every little while. cheap building materials and lumber are not cheap. but high. the best is not "high" but cheap in the end. we sell the best. come in and talk about the new veranda John £. Quarles Co. 1 !' I"H Driller Roarke retried this m >rn- ' *f* "f* in* from Wichita Kails * PURELY PERSONAL +t J. S Ross has gone to Miu.-ral •f* + VN'eiis (or a few days vacation. Miss Hal lie Hutchinson of Tulia Dr Wolford spent Sunday In Wlch- i '■ l>r- Born**' Itu Falls. wt*k Hardy Hutchinson of Tulia. is visit-i Tr ii Dispatcher O K. Phelps has ing Roy rtarnes. s°nt* to Fort Worth for a couple of .Mi. Touchstone of Quannh, spent J mo,uhs. ! Sunday in Child,ex*. r,ellal1 Wiis '•'"•ried t > rjie Dr. Fox and wife of Dallas, are vU- | cou>l nnv hospital at Forth W ,rth. j iting relatives at Tell. Monday night. Kl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Childress Index — 18 June 1913

Childress I tide L. E. HASKETT, Proprietor. ■-ANK; FO 3 3 VA3'i "0 O^Oefl L3_ C 32'.7 V £ N1 FRED L. HASKETT EDITOR. I h:i ■J COUit (I Entered in the PoBtofflce at Chil- dress. Texas, as Second Cla^s M ill Matter. SUBSCRIPTION *;.00 PER YEAR. Telephone Number Wednesday, June 13, 1913. Having been appoint, a ;> .-it!iiivvr lit Childress, and hut in*; assumed the duties of tilt' office, it becomes necessary for the writer to ..-ise active connection with 'he papei Tiie ownership will remain the same, hut fftvil I., Maskett will he editor and publisher, at. least for the pre* ent. There will be no change in the Policy of Hit paper, the effort belut; made to conduct it In the future as In the punt, all for the benefit of Childress county and this section of Texas. The writer put out the first Issue of The index, as owner and editor, on June in, IKS'.', therefore has been ai the heliu a week more than twenty- four years. In that tluie many chung tin have taken place in Childress count...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Childress Index — 18 June 1913

t • j •j" .?<« ■?-. .fx ■*•* *?. «• M * .J. T* * "- ►?• S• • m . •«-" ■■' "ty" ",' "7^*y* "]"*" "* "' * .'•T«>fT.pT..r. T« T..'. ■?■■*«>•*. 4 4 4 f 4 1* 4 4 4 4 4 •I* 4 f 4 4 4 4 •I* 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4* 4 4 4 *£• 4- 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 •I* f 4 4 4 t> 4 4 4 4 4 •§• 4 4 4 4 4 4- Y- 4 4 4 4 4 4 4* 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 ~z. 4 4 4 4 *r 4 4 4 f 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4* Ll We Will Save You Honey 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 combination: — The Index Farm and Ranch 1. $1. 1. $3. All Three a Year to You for $1.50 Tne Index aims to gave you a 111 the {oca! news and as much of* the im- portant outside news as possible. Farm and Ranch is the most up-to- date farm weekly in the South, and every number is full off interesting facts which appeal to every man. woman and child on the farm. Holland's run> from sixty to seventy pages each month, and every woman and child w...

Publication Title: Childress Index, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Childress Index — 18 June 1913

' COTTON CONVENTION Second Gathering of Planter* and Buaineta is Planned to Start July 10. A second meeting of tho Cotton Growers of the South will t>e held In Wir Park Coliseum July 10, continu- ing several days. This In pursuant to a resolution passed at the last con- vention, May I. The Interest and enthusiasm displayed at tiie preced- ing convention went far to show tho officials the spirit of the men to- ward the Southern States Cotton Corporation and their plan for mar- keting the cotton of the South The convention to be held July 10 will doubtless reveal In concrete torm the progress of the plan in tho en- tire cotton growing belt, and It Is ^probable that the co-operation of tho hanks in the movement will be shown by the attendance from banking cir- cles. The convention at Fair Park Coliseum and it is ex -ported that a largo crowd will <end.—Dallas Times Herald. A JUST LAW. 4* +1 A KlRKLANO COLUNM 4. No. v>ni f(«<|M rt ot'th* Condition of The Kirkland successful ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Childress Index — 18 June 1913

P Taste it Drink a tail, cool glass of iced BDfede with wan FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH. You 11 enjoy the fragrance of it, the delicate re fine- jiTtnt of flavor—the good tea taste without even a suggestion of tannin roughness. Then you'll agree w:th us that no meal-time drink is so delicious or so cooling. Absolutely pure- better than the law requires. Four sizes in «ir-tight tins JOc, 25c. 40c unci 75c Your procer w ill be >;!nd to re- comtntnd it because I t knows th t you'll come tack for i;.ore .1 \VapIcj>-PlaUe'r Groct-r Co. Texas Rates: One cett per word for the first insertict; Oaf half cert per- word for each fol- lowing insertion. THE INDEX BUSINESS GETTERS Want ads placed under this bead will bring results If you want to buy, sell or trade, tell little Wantad WANTED. CALVES WANTED—1 will buy your Jersey canes. Chester Fires. -;>tf FOR RENT. FOR RKNT—(Ined '• room bouse. Inquire of J. S. Scott phone 2!ifl. FOR SALE OR TRADE. MILK COW For sale, will take a good note or ex...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Childress Index — 18 June 1913

i \ t I I i . I ? <i Here's a Fine 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. THE HOME FURNITURE COMPANY pwnvr 251= = , = 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 $15.00 Mattress is good enough for a king—you need not pay more. Call in at once and let us show RUN FROM TEXLINE TO TRINI- DAD NEXT. Trip Will Be Made Next Week By President Colorado-To-Gulf Association. President O. J... Williams of the Colorado-to-the-G u ] f Highway As...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Childress Index — 25 June 1913

Now is the time for all flood citizens to come tc the aid of Childress. Join the C. C. C. THE CHILDRESS INDEX. Help put Childress in the Hoi- land Cltfinest Town Contest. All to bain, nothing to lose. Help! VOL. XXV CHILDRESS, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY. JUNE 25. 1913. NO. 32 OEM DEPOT ID BE REMODELED Citizens Must Rest Content With Present Depot For Another 25 Years. ANOTHER STRING OF WALKS. / Monday morning a member of the ■city council informed The Index lhat It. had come to his notice that the Denver 'railroad would begin making some improvements to the present dep6t. He stilted it was his under- standing that the improvements would be started within a few days. This was disappointing news to tht councilman as lie had been in hopes lhat (lit* railroad company would not Improve the present de- pot lor he deemed it to the liest in- terest of all that a new station of atone or brick be built as the patron- age at Childress fully justified that class of building. Childress is the second large...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Childress Index — 25 June 1913

Yes we obey the Pure Food Law in our cold drink department. All the glasses are washed in clear water and hand-dried. Our ingredients are the best money can buy. We serve you Ayer s Ice Cream—best because it is pure—what more could you want for your health's sake. Lon Alexander Drug Company We Obey TELEPHONE NUMBER 26 ! .< V Sewer and Pavements Bond Election Wanted For a real get-together spirit last night's ttesslon of the Commercial Club set a now pace iri Childress. C. W. Mitchell and Jos. H. Aynes- worth have been talking sewerage and paved streets for some time and havo had more or less correspondence with different construction com- panies. Among the companies was tho General Construction Company of Fort Worth, Texas, which sent a representative to Childress yesterday In the person of Mr. A. W. Terrell, a former citizen of this city. The president and vice-president of the club being out of the city the meeting was called to order by Mr. Aynesworth, stating the purpose of t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Childress Index — 25 June 1913

■v. WE AU% INTHE i , \ to sell■ the ar.«t ? ■■'h LATH i WtZ]A(4 -,r r r,v If '1 w (-\" 1M Wj ClosvJJr mf^wS^' -L ,F"^ " ItiM' •: 11 i (1111, ill <9! i i I— . / WE WANT TO BE THE BIG !NO!SE IN OlMR BUSJNESS IN THIS COMMUNITY. THE WAY WE INTEND TO DO IT IS BY "MAKING GOOD." WE WILL GIVE YOU A FAIR PRICE ON THE BEST LINE OF LUMBER THAT COMES TO THIS COUNTY WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS. AND IE YOU BUY FROM US ONCE YOU WILL GO NOWHERE ELSE WE WILL SEE THAT YOU ARE SATIFFIED John E. Quarles Co. + + PURELY PERSONAL i COAL + | Niggerhead, Maitland, McAlester 4 "THE BEST IN THE WEST" 1 | Transfer and Storage I wilkir son-robertson goal j transfer co. X K- R. Robertson, Mgr. Davis Peidmont Smithing Coal JU . «!• fScreen Doors T t We carry a complete stock of I screen doors. Screen your house ± against flies. It will save you |* many times the cost of the J screens. Paint for everything. T Cameron Lumber Company •f it Farm ^Telephones Saved Child's Life One of the Children fell into a water tank a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Childress Index — 25 June 1913

C h I ldress I tide x. U. 8. HAaKETT, fwprewr. fHHa u. rtAaKa-1 aai'nn iteiorod in 'he PoMofftce x*. 'ill- *rna . T<ucaa. ut -tenona '"**• Aiui Imtittor. ®U UUC HIPT* (J N |1.JO F I5H VEArt. VOULJ iWA l Art" 3F GHI t.JHii'JH COUNTY V<1 Wjl'<**l 111 itllin 11 Ut* *!lll* ilm>> i.pex m>i * «pic there tmy « v.. -itiukim >i tif aci tint i irom- tt.-tl .* I SMI >! luU •ountv IHU IU- u. .it* 'i ^wappiui; k -er- aae^^eHiea amo lusnMeau. "'it* roaiuer- >• tit> nu t inporrunt I, nuiiufactuniu; niiUMT? t mail own •hi «<-au * t uforns i ne>uis >t !KI|M>mtl(lil lt>lWoe!l lamtTB lUL ' nuiiic^n at<n ty -wincti 101I1 tin u- urostfa ii own ma 0111117 * uivaut .-.ir nu>n 'i lull * tiut; luiuely -hi. it upaiib nore .:**li or armer-i : i ut s.) u .. .1 f * he iver mil vfiicii, ii our e neatm nuro iiij.iiu-.hIj n ;;u iline mu luli"r, or 'or lie "own. —(Jiuidroaa tiiiex. Linton (?. 4 O.) IMPLEMENTS Standard ( £ m e r 3 f> n > Tflieprigne "turn tier...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Childress Index — 25 June 1913

I Childress County Fair Association, July 15, 16,17,18 $4,000—IN PURSES—$4,000' $500—IN PREMIUMS-$500 The 1013 fair will be the best in the history of the association. Good premiums are offered the farmers and others for best exhibits in Cattle, Horses, liogs and Poultry. Ask for premium list and begin to prepare your stock for entry. T. J. JEFFERIES, Secretary CHILDRESS TEXAS G ; • HOW TO MAKE ROAOS. The Index is in receipt of the fol- lowing article from the Suite f)e partment of Agriculture relative to good roads construction. It contains much valuable information and should be studied by the road builders of Childress county. One point of in- terest is the slope given the roads and the ditch to carry the water off on each side. This is important in this country and an error that has been made in road building. Too much slope to the road causes it to wear and blow rapidly and if the instruc- tions are followed this can be over- come. The article follows: If you look at the ordina...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Childress Index — 25 June 1913

A NEW CASH Grocery Will open for business in a few days at the Albert Building, on Main street. We have had years of experience and can save you money. We will al- so buy your produce. Call at Our Store THE NEW GROCERY. E. N. Stewart Is busy preparing to open hla cash grocery bouse. The location has been changed however from that mentioned in our last im- pression. It was stated that the store would be opened in the Pate ■building on lower Main street but Mr. Stewart leased the south room of the Albert building. This is a splendid location and the new firm will perhaps enjoy good business from Uie opening. While the rains have been rather spotted during the past week the coun- try In general has been very well pro vlded with moisture. Childress coun- ty received her share of the showers. ;Oeo. Johnson days the roads be- tween his farm and town were badly washed by Saturday's big downpour More work for the roadmen EASTERN STARS. Members of the local Eastern Star lodge have planned a ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Childress Index — 25 June 1913

The Last Touch of Deliciousnets tat dnicatf ricburaf of flavoi, that f tf'rtbing oriffinality of tone (Ut f the «Al*d a uc cm, attained by unrig tbia ciL Clear, pure. wLolrtoaic. ruprcmcly food— White nlwan Olive Oil Badr from tbe brtt olivet at e*arx!y the right ftafe of ripening—still firm but turning from grid to purple. Worked quickly after gathering. No o J Irom the pita ia includrd—nut a drop of tbechraper grade of oil from the «cc< r.d preasing—juit the first flow of oil frtm (be crushed (not pre toed) fruit. All olive oil mutt be fun. but there ■re a dozen degree* of richftrw. clarity aim) wbcletotneneih. White Swan Olive Oil ia pure and mot It it better than the law require*. Your grocer will be glad to iccommrnd it because be know* that you'll comr bacit for more Waples - Platter Grocer Co. Tern Rates: One cent per word for the first insertion; One-ball cent pet"1 word for each fol- | lowing insertion. automobile parace. The L'-pflrtment 'hib lint U« n giv- en Hie ulter...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Childress Index — 25 June 1913

J J. W. MITCHELL <& CO. SUIT SPECIAL We will give the following four items free with every Suit sold from July 1st to 15th: 1 Pair Oxfords 1 Straw Hat 1 Tie 1 Pair Sox YOUR CHOICE OF ANYTHING IN THE HOUSE These goods are given absolutely free with any suit purchased of us. It makes no difference whether it be a $15, $18, §20 or S25 Suit. You'll have to hurry as the time is short and the suits will sell rapidly. You can get any price oxford or any price hat. J. M. Mitchell Company THE HOME or HART SCHAFFNEK & MARX CLOTHES CKILI>RK5S. TEXAS. A traveling salesman who wan in town Sunday is authority that the best cotton crops in Texas are to I*1 found from San Angelo northward to Childress. Ho staled that cot- ton here was up to better stands, cleaner and rrowing more rapidly than in Central Texas. Cotton blooms were displayed in Childress Saturday, fully n month earlier than normal. Mrs. II. O. Cooper of Ladouia, Tex- as, wrote the editor a card this week, saying: "I fail...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Childress Index — 2 July 1913

f V Now is the time for all good citizens to come to the aid of Childress. Join the C. C. C. THE CHILDRESS INDEX Help put Childress in the Hol- land Cleanest Town Contest. All I to gain, nothing to lose. Help! - VOL. XXV CHILDRESS, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY. .IULY 2. 1913. NO. 33 , PREMIUM LISI OF At Work Remod- eling the Depot. Good Prizes Are Offered The Farmers For Livestock And Farm Exhibits. Below In printed in full tho premium list of the Childress County Fair As- sociation. The list is a splendid one and every farmer is urged to clip it out and save It for future reference. Study over the premiums and if you think you can wni then get busy. The ! will be made larger ;uh1 on the w««t Work of remodeling the Denver depot is now going on and in a short time the carpenters will have a much better building than at present. Of course our people would like to have had a new depot but it appears we will have to wait awhile, but with the improvements now going on the public will bo better serve...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Childress Index — 2 July 1913

Yes we obey the Pure Food Law in our cold drink department. All the glasses are washed in clear water and hand-dried. Our ingredients are the best money can buy. We serve you Ayers Ice Cream—best because it is pure---what more could you want for your health s sake. Lon Alexander Drug Company We Obey TELEPHONE NUMBER 26 Program For Laying of High School Corner Stone Th« eeremonicB of lay In# tAe cornor «tonc of the new hi Kb school build lng will be held Friday, the 4th, be Ing under the charge of the local Jodge of MaHonti. Hev. B. A. Dodson, of Memphis, will represent the Grand Maiiter, It being impoumble for hlni to be here. The Manonlc lodge has requested other organizations to unite with tliem in the ceremonies. Of course It 1m expected that the citizens will be present. The program is as follows: All Masons meet in Lodge Hall 11 a. m. Form Procewiion and march to High School building Invocation, Kev. W. K. Johnston. haying of Corner Stone, Hev. B. W. Dodson, Proxy for the Grand...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Childress Index — 2 July 1913

• I • we ar%, in the LATH/ >V" WE WANT TO BE THE BIG NOISE IN OUR BUSINESS IN THIS COMMUNITY. THE WAY WE INTEND TO DO IT IS BY "MAKING GOOD.'' WE WILL GIVE YOU A F AIR PRICE ON THE BEST LINE OF LUMBER THAT COMES TO THIS COUNTY. WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS. AND IF YOU BUY FROM US ONCE YOU WILL GO NOWHERE ELSE. WE WILL SEE THAT YOU ARE SATIFFIED. John E. Quarles Co. * PURELY PERSONAL + + + Cob Moore waa up from Kirkland, Monday. f * + 4* + * 4* + * + + * + * 4- * coal Niggerhead, Maitland, McAlester "THE BEST IN THE WEST" Transfer and Storage WILKINSON-ROBERTSON COAL & TRANSFER CO. R. R. Robirtson, Mgr. Davis Peidmont Smithing Coal t^n i i i ttT i * i i i ill * + 4- + + 4* ■* + + + ± * * * * *h * * a Screen Doors We carry a complete stock of 4 screen doors. Screen your house J against flies. It will save you * many times the cost of the 1 screens. Paint for everything. Cameron Lumber Company Fa rm Telephone Saved Child's Life One of the Children fell into a water tank and was rescued...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Childress Index — 2 July 1913

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