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

nil: en ii. nit toss post uw _ i, 101.1. i-aoe kivk • • • 2& '■ •SSjfSsl MATT I K PliKSTON ,lt)ll\ CI.I'O H(UVAHI) LILLIAN AHIIOTT \i \ •;«111■: i i IM I) \ V11 >S( .\ '111(1 MAS \: Mi! -I i\ KKI'IT l.ll.l.l.W ! . i. i' \" Wi: It; 11'I' ifiitk \ Wr Vrv: m wfffF y -' •r . J lift ■ >■- MMb.. .iok ii ward m \ i:> 11 \ i;hii:t jones ,1 A MI.'S 1) \ BNKY DAVIS m tw* ■ ■' JAMES !•' t'ALYKRT It KM \ MoMI^.W LESLIE J STONE. HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES Largest Class in the History o/ Childress will Receive Diplo- mas Tomorrow Night • li iii mIhj . v eiiing ;ii i be Ltt- tiraluli i'healii will < >cr i) i I [n* reg- ular uri>ilii.i 11cil exorcists ill' the 1 11ii<11<. - liiyii ,-i hooi This year III"' c)a.-s cull I; i, 11 > t W elll y-l W O gTUd- uaiis ii, ir i• j 11 u I young men ••ml i• -11 >'nii.y ladies who have sli( (I -I'll 1 | > pas's I'll ,1 | | riMll|il-t)- iii Mis Mir u rail na I ii in I'll if- js the |-a i-jtcbl ••!;•.-!■ ever >ein our from tin <...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Childress Post — 21 May 1913

t AUE SIX IHK CMII.DRk.ss l*OSt M\\ _" I. IttlU. a. \ J j EJK i 11,000 Demonstration Farms in 215 Counties In Texas Industrial Congress Contest GOOD LUNCHEON IDEAS oi.svmw. dirhctokn PROFESSIONAL From 1.V4G students of bettor farm- While this remarkable growth has lug In 161 counties of the State la been the result prlmarllj of the stliu- 1911, tbc Texas Industrial Congress ulus euused by the prile offer, this ban steadily- Increased this number t< Inducement to use bruins as well as IU.boy lu 21S counties In 191,'t. brawn lu crop production. Is recog- IJnique among associations for aKrl- nlzed by thinking men us but an Incl- cultural development. th Congress, dent for the purpose of accomplishing by offering 110,000 In gold annually the real object of the Cougres* which for the best yields of specific crops, l.s to lower the cost of production coat of production considered, bus In a little more than two years awuken ed among the farmers of Texas en thuslastic Interest In scienti...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Childress Post — 21 May 1913

till. ('HII.DIUiSS l'()8T M \\ r.\(.K SKVB.V nanvi PANAMA-PACIFIC INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION SAN FRANCISCO, 1915 '• "* ' " \\"\i i *i * ^ .. - ... -■ ImSMIISISK w& 1 !♦ 1 J hy I'RiirtJnH 1 * - wle'*'* - v. vi . /v v - : oi>> ' 'K^i : iiitt-rua tor.ai Ex pi >m t l-iri ■-p* ill1; night panoramic view of the Exposition shown above i which will bo presented The wonderful electrical lllumi's.r aad buildings of the Exposition us light as the bright l'al.:"M, bay and city The progress of electrical lighting new-nee >. ik evei been known before In f.tct, scientific developments >!. Interantlonul Exposition fully one hundred per cent great t ai.•: '.V.' d- „ , ti'W /' AT taint Idea of the magnificent picture I sinned will make not o: ly (In? ground# I will Include all the beauties of the more brilliant night effect than hai ' utilized to make the Panama Paoiflu 1 any Other world ox position ever held buret M •*a M 1 Call at this oflice for pa ticulars concerni 1111u* ] >i...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Childress Post — 21 May 1913

■"/O-V- A I'AoK KKiHT THE CHILUHKNM POST tilt 91, 1013. I I Screen Doors Screen Doors NOW IS THE TIME—SWAT THE FLY JNO. E QUARLES COMPANY Telehone 184, Childress, Texas I I WITH THE CHURCHES / I It K < 'If II JHtKHM iMtKHitvi i:iti w <Hi i;< ii One hundred in Sunday sell and two hundred in church serv- ices next Sunday morning is "ur aim. Will you nut he mit) to make up these numbers by attending and asking others to (Mine with you? Wednesday evening'* prayer meeting subject is "Tin S.•'fleas Prayer," illustrated by Hi • 1 i' I ' characters. Come and worship with us. The Ladies' Aid meets Thurs- day at !i p. m with Mrs, i) K Bodeen. Subject of the sermon fur next Sunday will be, "A 'Quitter in Religion Demnn." At night the subject will be, "One I . ird, < >ne Faith and One Baptism " You are cordially invited to all the^e services. JOHN I'RK'K, Pastor. < 'III lt( II Ol < llltlST. The writer preached Saturday night and Sunday at Kirkland. Large crowd and a fine se...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Childress Post — 28 May 1913

volumk xii. (JHILDRK8S, TKXAS, WEDNKSDAY. MAY 28, IsM.'i number 'j2 !| ni GETS RICH! GOEiuSENCEMEHT AUTO HIGHWAY V\ l 1*1 :< IIH* III li \ISK V|o\l.\ nut v<"ii\ i: woitu—mu- ch \l St lts< KICTIOSs w 1.1 si: simpi.i-., Vl'I'ltoriti VTlv \\i> wi.i.i \rji:\tu;i>— i.r< i;ivi i> ihi'i.om -ul i i] i ii us- lli. work lute not \. t I i i ii done I.in w In mioii ho la- in li up and ii is cout'idently ex 1 < ( 11 ii 11 at ,i l ul a 1 I nil il of i300 jut mom Ii < ai I ■ -ecu rod 11 is cm i 111 ii 11 il 11, at this will enable Hi" ill ll 111 I'll. ]l |€ J |i roll -.-,01111 1 KIM' i i:iij. ii in .i mi) i a bl ■■ office and piii.s<:< uti iIm v i i K , it should 1>«■ done In I: i • i . il will ' nabje <' 1> 11 - ill-lt-M H I !.i|i| i.p on f of tin- jlvt'Ht <- o in Hi i 1c in I itv ii i iy. ii ions in North- ' 'I'll ii is I: i > ivi'i: inn tin- l.alirande \M ' t l"l Nil.- 'I'll I'll 1 I .■ WHS l'i)'] | II II t i | tlle|-e WilH .I- i i i' in;/' . ii i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Childress Post — 28 May 1913

*'AUK TWO fHitf CHILUfifcgfi Pi,Hi >I.U 28. K#la. TRAP SNOOTING RACING NKWS. shcote-ia take part in their trophy thoote. tbi« trophy being h hand- some watch fob donated by the Stevens Arms & Tool Co. and ia j-i\«n to the party making the b< st general average for the aea«on MANCAL TRAIN 1 N<« KXIIIIUT. In the window of tin; H.f„ i-"ajf Furniture Co lb to be < en :in c.\ blbitJcn of tin* manuaj tj-aiuii j. weak dene in the Cht.>!i« s lllf.h School during tin- t rm jn-t < lo ed Mr Biggerstaff lias pr<-ciited the sludi nts of tin <t<• j .>.' ■ with pii7.it> fu tb ii work H .; vey KinprJ won first i i: • with a labour* tte and i-• *« dollars. Jae F i ;i]\ejt mhI Ku bl-o Franklin each win • ■ .-hum Prize with a pcd< Ma I ' ■ waU-t bos respective■ i> . • ■ -• • «n « catih prize of J.' (5eori;o M. Klutie and (< Uii.s ii< - third jjiice and r« < • • pi if of $1.50 i<i« h The work is of fun order and. considering the condition*. .ind wh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Childress Post — 28 May 1913

THK ('iill.DKEhg JH)8T MV Jh, Itttii. i'AGE THREE ——0* mi If You Want- "■■■■- irwiiw - — --- -- - - - - mmmmu-mu m , 0 T UK bent unimproved business huh redolence property in Childress, see lint nvvn.-.i by the ..Panhandle : Townsite : Company.. 0KASON ABLK prices anil mind t >rra>. Sales ruade by agents must be print.•<! m i ,rm.- furnished liy the company and imuiid t,\ l{. K. Montgomery. None other will > .^nizod K. K. MONTGOMERY, V.\ !i t()Pi: I't<rJ>itl"nl and llencml Mann/rr 1 « • : kept rtrnlaiiv*. I MMOWttni • *3Umm ittnaMpCK t. ^ ,j JAS.A. LESLIE 1 1 >uy and n.m! Country IVodiuv ASK YOUR NEIGHBOR The Oldest Plumber I am the UlliGSt 1'lumber in Childress lining work for the public. I know my busmen- a. >1 guarantee mvwork. When you need anything in niv line see CHAS. KRUGER. r Wash 03i errors Disappear When our wonderful Boss Washing Machine is used. So light-running that a child can operate one. Weaiso have the Famous 1900 Gravity Washer. Call and se...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Childress Post — 28 May 1913

PAUE FOUR Making TUfc CHILORKSS POST MAY HUH I'ost hell'ves thero would be no good reason for objection It tli« comiiiUbloi.ijji court saw fit to ut-c nil available funds on thn> im- provement of the road. Delicious * Home-Baked Food. r^m Baking Fowdci makes Fine and Wholesome Biscuit, Delicious Cake and Pastry No Alum No Lime Phosphate The Childress Post. I'llKLISHRI) KVKIfY WKI>NKSI>.\V Kntcrc«l Hi tin* < < ' • •' > ■ rijf-# rnull mm11•• * .I.e. THOMAS, KDITOR ANl' i'UHI.ISII K \\ UKItKVtilK ill 'lVxaw tin- good roitdb quinion is being agitated the main i i i broad tin* comes up for lonsid, ration. With the ordi- nniy narrow tiiet> riunilug over tliw road* tl.cj can never bo kept ilk wood, .smooth condition, no matter what nor! of itiarial is placed upon them. Kven the hard niaiail-. ■iin road soon gives way to tlio wenr of the narrow tires utid I.ills a constant « xpelise tor r1'- puirs. While th. broad tired, wagons usually cvs-t a few dollars more than thes...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Childress Post — 28 May 1913

ft D #) #) D #' I'llE CHILDRESS POST M V 28. lOlii. I AGK PIVB r Are You Going to the Wedding Saturday, May 31? Guess Who. • • J 1'EltSONAL AM) OTHERWISE That ' Pepper Wedding " Mrs. I'. H- FruiiciH is viaitii « rel- ative* in Chillicothe this week Ar«' J<>" going to the wedding Saturday, May 31 Guess' who? J. C Davie and (children are in Sagcrton visiting relatives this week Dr. J. 11 Jeruigan left Thursday night for a. visit to his old home in Tennessee Judge A. .1 Fires, wife and daugh ter, Miss Tot, spent Sunday with trie nils in Quanah. Mrs. Cieo Archer of Jerome, Ida., is in the city visiting her sister, Mrs. J no. H. Scott. Editor J C Wells of Hediey at- tended the good roads meeting in Childress Thursday. W II Kitchen left Friday for a \ it-it to liis old homo in Tennessee during the big reunion. Mrs. W. \ Dvianev and two children left Sunday for a visit with relative in Oklahoma I Everybody [ikes to gee a wedding and the one Saturday win be of in- terest to a]i Childl...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Childress Post — 28 May 1913

I'Aok HlA —— tUM CHtt.UHLM POST J . jyitf. I §$?' l SIRS, WHAT MUST 00 TO 0E SAVED? Act* 1«:30 hkkmon piwachkd ijv kldkk TICK KI.KINK OX HUNDAV NIGHT. MAY 11. 1013. (By special request Tlse Post prints the sermon below, an has sometImes been done for other ministers.—Editor) I undertake the pleasant, yet respon- sible, task of answering the most im- portant question ever propounded liy mortal man. My object is to determine what the alien ninner mu;:t do to be saved from his pant sins. 1 ain ;la<l that, notwithstanding the tact that many of my hearers are not very clear on what a man must do, you are ull convinced he must do something. tlod has provided for our want*, lie has opened the way. lie has spread the feost. The divine side of redemp- tion is done, and yet millions are not saved. I account for this on the ground that they either do not under- stand their part or they are too stub- born to yield Where is the question answered? When? Hy whom'.' It if artSwered in the book o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Childress Post — 28 May 1913

K 't 1 THE CHll.DKKSS POST M \ 28, IOUI. PAGE SEVEN1 • r k. M mm l;i w* *** xtF* ifiprti Capital, Surplus and —- 17ndividec 1 Profits ^42J()0Q Are Not OverlooKed in the Management o/ This BanR We value small accounts and do all we can to make this class of depositors feel at home. We invite your consideration of our facilities for rendering large or small service in a satis- factory way. zz The Fafmers and Mechanics State Bank A Guaranty Fund Bank * % x j IN SOulETY'S REALM The .Maids and \l a t rolls i J1 be < ii.l< 11iiji:< 11 Fu tility bj Mrs li. Kim- uilli and it is iii | <ij-• jiiit that <i]I UKUnblHis III' J | l si lit s SOU.)' tins ines tiitfitiir 'in t in I 1 j 'svi I 11j■ ihi 'J'liu 1.adits -\id Si i i' tj of tluv Central ChTistian Church >vip] glvei <i I (li at tie lion ( if ,\! is. W \V. Uurrcws SatUJday a ft moon to wh'ifh <\ii \ bed > eordinll) In-, \ ite<| o It' vim want tn sim- 11 j. wedding v,hlcb I'nkct j luce Saturday after* 1iC« n ; t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Childress Post — 28 May 1913

VAuK E1C.U1 i'liK l iiii.DlvtiSS I'OSi H v J.*, til i.i. I Screen Doors *32 Screen Doors NOW IS THE TIME—SWAT THE FLY JNO. E. QUARLES COMPANY Telehone 184, Childress, Texas I I a® sHHeeasb$mmmmmm a wes/amaz* mmmrz&s Mwaammw ihimiih wn mmm I • ••••. • •••••• <•••• •• I WITH THE UHUHCHfS i:r\voitrn i i'i m;kui The c'i'O^m of Jesus. Lender, Miss Kena Hit* I Doxotogy I'roycp. SOII'g. Scriptiiif'. Mutt ■ Prayer. ItCKpOllsiVC ill II); . I'fill | III I1' The M* lining of the 'IVipb •' '' Cilllam. Who (.114 ] III fil i In* i in-- II1 1 I - 'J- -M is r. Maggie Is ii it I 1 H.V lllll t I PCIld I) \ ll ir s All. Hooker. Song. It. t i fi;< <.i; \M Kvt'iv member ol the It ^ I'• I it liigi (I lo In' jirt sent next SIIii- lilt* prompt |v at 7 : ' p in. I1' elect :it w t lfittiti foi' the i "ininsiv mentis, lo pluii llif «nrk n11fI 1 o talk of some fit" In I fV' Ills lo i the summer in< n111>■ 'I In- I'nloii during ili'' last fix month,* lilts g i "W 11 by p aps anil bounds, with...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Childress Post — 4 June 1913

* i. ' tJ. 1 THE CHILDRESS POST. VOL I'M I'! XII CHILI >I<KSS, TLX AS, WLUNKSDA Y, .11' X K 4, 191s FAIR INSTEAD OF BARBECUE ( I.I'It I !•:« IIMs TO IHS( OXTINl I isutiuni: iti r \\ ii i 111:i.i• < < \ l>l ( I ( ( M \T\ I \ll{. At tlr Iit'lil.il hum llllg of t It" ( tl i I (I)' i I-.S ( i I'. Ill , III 1 (I nil Tiles •lay ii lull t in.'i ii j i ii in l s hi in i or- t si to tlic low li : 11111 i'duih \ \\ i | ■ i • il is ci i - m (i mid ;i 'mil I y mi in In1 r <if IK W IlltMl! I'l'l • \\ i'I " present The ( i:in in i 11 • c in: ( lull funds i <- ported i-M'i'ili lit progress but ask- ed fot' fill I iii I I 1 111 i'. : I at 111;: t llil I 'In \ 1 ;.i] 1 i i li 11. riled tli.w li by mi i i i' but w on Id liii vi- i (j |ct ii ni 10 get the filial conel Uttioll I ion! a ii ll til lit r and that 111 f \ bail not -'on all liii- business in en yi'i. !-'t v ••i,ii 1 .-ivt'.i il noli : dining i be Hi' r i in j;, bringing tbi> intal signed iiji tii $ i to j.i■ r ii ini...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Childress Post — 4 June 1913

■ hi -HI. .i«*'-«• rwi «f ^i jvja I R UrPiRIIKC BiiJKi ai "RP flPDFT IF "ttt i% ill mVI MifL'il W _ f|ij| firjr t piu if ilL S'HEAhS SHEEP 'zfJ' *l)fl 5111 JUtiitf wrstuiH :: .napnJ 'iXL * t ' T'-v : .u iii'.'WWf • J*W t ■ ' i 1 « • ffc* furr. xuail .J «>il< li« U* ru!•*?.: «v.. Itfllli*. *Mfl<« "! >*. ' 2: U? Ml Vflr jwsi 4'* i kU<i am#*- •'** <« i * i ti< H* iU*C W' i}'!)' JJ i uffrti* i tr • riM < %> lit!1 ttMf1 I*r. 3 ' U4 Ut< r il* ««•' *fci * X*''J ♦*" *#• JfUI*C UiUi " ! I i *-l "i * S*4l ftf$' 1.'' I# i flMf JU' ' *tff *« - v. : T pffjlft «*J " i«* r in v.- -•?«• '• 4Nf!rV< f « |* JI •*;. ' liOJ ** ft* i,<i' v *-•«• - *i+ muti. it-- v v HtUi • Ur m t; *'«♦-' v t>ui< *. ■* •,. w- fir: ' "fl4*+ K*'fl v i 11 Urf V.TL fit U"TO«*f*1 J«5M ■ ii *x** *■*?? >■ « lifrt \|H k#x t;i *f ri * * U& •iuji* i -■ f ' V • ,- tr..' *r\: <r * ijfUUa J V i*r" v f 1-; j\ w.vm-Ji; H* }*' *"* i?'4 30• V c* 9:inJ \* ■•'! >UJi* u* ' - i : • nn.'i....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Childress Post — 4 June 1913

ihk ( him>uksh post •'< m: i. t ia. PAGE TttltlCE SK> s«rA«5Kijei If You Want.. — - ,-■■■«„■ i,i i i - i ~ii # 7" UK bunt unimproved buainean and residence property in Childress, «ee list owned l>y the ..Panhandle : Tonnsite : Company.. 0FASONARLK prioes and good terms. Sales made by agents must be printed on forms furnished by the company and countersigned by R. 10. Montgomery. None other will lie recognized N. K MONTGOMERY. W. !). COPE I'rctiident anil (ifnernl maiimtfcr I.uiiJ l/rpir^iaiillve GRASSHOPPERS AND THEIR CONTROL JAS.A LESLIE GROCERIES 1 I]iiy and Sell ( on ntry I Yodui.v ASK YOUR NEIGHBOR The Oldest Plumber I am (he Ulflcst l'lumber in Childress dointf work for the public. I know my business and guarantee mvwork. When vou need anything in niv line see CHAS. KRUGER. Wash Day Terrors Disappear When our wonderful Boss Washing Machine is used. So light-running1 that a child can operatb We also have the Famous 1900 Washer. Call and see our line. Gravity Prices r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Childress Post — 4 June 1913

ipl page four thj£ CHILDRESS post .11 nk 4. 1013. Hie Official Tests show Mr. Price's Baking Powder to be most efficient in strength, ot highest purity and healthininess zii\tLz: Jl'ST WHY it Is 'hat Sunday schco] children arc not reejuired to i attend church services In Cihlldr"- 5 is mere than we can underhand * Stand near any of the Chlldre 1 churches «t the close of Sunda.\ i schccl on Suida> morning and you ! will see nearly all the children file ou'j and go straight home, leav- i ing the grown folks to attend the j ! church services. Sunday schools' ■are greaj int>tItutioiis, but we nes-' j or can think they take the place! of church worship If the < hlld ] | cannot attend both, wouldn't it be | better to choose the preaching se-r vice? ARMER 'zj.TOtUbtmm CREAM BAKING F8WKI No Alum, No Phosphate ol Lime The Childress Post. ci;Ki.isn: n j.\ i;io i.shw hc«l .it llii |j■.-'«111'• •, ' t:i-r ill* ! itrj i• l.i' TU< iMAS, KUITOK AMI I'fHi.l -iir.i Subscription One Year,...

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

//%■ ipg I ) ) THE CH1I.DKKKS i*ost JI NK |, 101.1. i'age five I'KKNON \l A\l> OTHEHWIHE |; H Hates of Fort Worth was in town Monday on business Mis (in) Smith tiiul children itt-e visiting In r parents at SUverton (i Wx'ox of Metnphitt uuul« a \isit lo Childress relatives Sunday Alvln Caldwell In home again irum school -it Aufttln College Sherman. 10. N .Milli r of Tell ivturned Sat- urday from AuiurllLo, where he luiil In rii spending so in i time Mrs .las. a Leslie mid children arc spending a.couple of weeks with relatives at Cordell, Okla. Mrs. E. K liigga is expecting ili* arrive] of her friend, Mrs. J. V. McCHntlc of Snyd'r, Okla., this v<ek flu- will h.' on her way for !a summer trill to California DHCD 'Friday morning at I2.I0, the little s-nionllis i.I,j baby hoy of Mr and Mrs Marsha 11 Snow, i Funeral services wore conducted in the a fti 1'iM'on m i o'clock Miss Itess Mitchell lift Monday morning for her home in North Fort Worth She will return In j Septeinhi i to re...

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

Wt&T*" i*e ■ 1'AGE mix THE CHBLJMlKSS IHWf M SK I. 1013. HALF THE MONSV SPENT IN PUBLIC ROADS 18 THROWN AWAY EFFORT IS LIFE LONG; RESULTS ARE SUDDEN. Auj tusk's conclusion comes with amazing rap- idity when Hi results of long labor begins to a<'" cumulate The prudent money-saver struggli •* iMuugh ii si rios of y< nrs with winu 11 economies, nrit! one day sud1>, icrimps,, in Mm1 I winkling o! iin eye, he reallzr* that the result has- Ik en comfortably attained. The student often wrestles lot half a lifetime, not thoroughl> grasping the essentials of true learning, and • h<-n in some one sen tenee that he reads, a great centra) tinth flashes across his mind, siiid lie begins to gather 'he soa 11. • ■ i < ■ d i hi < ■; i < 1 s together The in an Who first said. All tlilru 'ome to him who waits' might have added,, "They require years of preparation, hut when *Ijc.\ come they apjH-ur suddenly " 'I his sudden flash of accomplishment U what we eal| Insplrat Ion...

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

nil Cllll.imiCS.H l 08T M M I, HM3. l'AUK SKVEV m m La Grande Theatre —FRIDAY NIGHT, JUNK •> TheMiser's Millions" A I'raiTKt. in three purts. Cities Kit in> saturday NIGII l\ Jt'\k t "Redemption" A Story <>f Modern Times, in two put-. Ivilein 11ijrh cla^s Vaudeville Monday, Tuesday and W",• 111<• -1' a \ nlty Bcoin- hp ;T-oping In the dirk, not knowing i the d>' ired . : WIS find (tint tscilption I bwut up unit everyone to labor. A liatw chant unoilii door, who < , will give } 10 1m gotten up. u number < raised for 1 m;■ In order to s \ party will in does not kiioa lug, and l he i < •uoney Is sp road Is made, at.d while ti h | constructed, it u o much I i how to accomplish In many localities : i arc held, it sub- 1 ctl, and volunteers the street., asking 11'' either Uloll v i r ■ ill give $ 10<t. h liier- i do. tin man next >i do the mime tlilng ..Idle enteitalnment i alter a onmpalfn of pel tlii i ■ t- 'K>0 IJ v eg a piece of load " • xpense some...

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

PAGE EIGHT THfe) CHILDRESM POST It M I, l®l:J Screen Doors ========== NOW IS THE TIME—SWAT THE FLY Screen Doors J JNO. E QUARLES COMPANY Telehone 184, Childress, Texas I I WITH THE CHUHCHfS : I : I'HisT mktiioihm < in r,< n I w Ish jo thank tin' people fin their good attendance during t li- ferent meeting. With a few ex f'OJlt Will*, lilt- SCl'VlleS >\ • i<- Well attended. 'Ilic choir rendered > \ (f)Kiit mualc; hiu 11 > li!ivi• ;• poki'ii Wl'll if (lie gOSJiel as il was pre- vm nted in song. W'<• heartily thank Messrs. Ooojen, <oi. •<'i<t Hem lug lor ili• efficient servk-J l fl.iiH I I'd They lioMiiji'il liuil Willi horns and stringed Instninicntr-. The rharaci )• of tin' preaching was simply I'liM-ciass Hi" llall in tuore than an average i>r<ni<_■ lier. There wan hardl) an ordinary •••!• in tin offered. Noi n fev were mus- inpieccs. Hall is spiritual, Intel llg'int, profound in thought, vir- tuous In hi* in«nner of in-nta- t Ion of tliij subj...

Publication Title: Childress Post, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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