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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Chillicothe Valley News — 19 June 1914
LOCALS. Baling wire at McPherson's. New alfalfa hay at L. T. Han- del's Feed Store. A Usual services at the Preshy- ^ terian church Sunday night. M. P. Oswalt spent several days in Urowell this week on business. Mrs. S. 11. McKinnon was quite sick first of the week but glad to state is improving. Mr. and Mrs. hM Hr,vant are the proud parents of a bouncing baby boy, arriving Tuesday. Misses Helen and Winnie Jack son were shoppers in the city Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. D. U. Sachse of Hall county are visiting S. E. Swim Sr.. and wife, nearTolbert. The ladies are sisters. 01 H. M. Goode, cattle inspector, with headquarters at Crowell, was here Tuesday en route home from Seymour. The Presbyterian Sunday school will have Childrens Bay exercises next Sunday at 11 a. m. Everybody invited to attend. Lost, on the streets of Chilli cothe, a live dollar bill. Finder please return to J. W. Bell and receive reward. The "Airdome" showing every night. Always good, now bet- ter than ever. Ask your frien...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Chillicothe Valley News — 19 June 1914
i m m I ■ • . All State Candidates. The following is a complete list of all candidates for State offices as announced by Stute Chairman Collins: Governor— T. H. Ball. J. E. Furgeson Leopold Morris. William P. Robertson. Lieutenant Governor— B. B. Sturgeon. J. T. W. Loe. W. P. Ilobby. Lee Brashear, C. C. Weaver. Attorney General— B. P. Looney. Treasurer— — • J, W Baiter. j. M. Edwards. Court of Criminal Appeals W. L. Davidson. J. J. Paulk. Supreme Court— W, E. Hawkins. Commissioner of Agriculture— Pred W. Davis. H. A. Halbert. Gene Irion. Railroad Commissioner - J. M. Arnold. Earle D. May field. Superintendent of Public In- struction— W. P, Doughty. S. M. N. Marrs. Land Commissioner— Thos. M. Barthy. J. T. Robinson. Comptroller— C. B. White. C. C. Mayiield. Worth S. Ray. Prank S.ykes. Tom P. McClure. H. B. Terrell. Congressman at large - D. E. Garrett. T. J. O'Donnell. Jeff McLemore. J. H. (Cyclone) Davis. R. B. Humphrey. W. P.'Lane. Ed R. Kone. L. L. Field. W. A. Harris. J. H. Lowry...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Chillicothe Valley News — 31 July 1914
► Italian 'advertising does roa nut .ROAO. GLADSTONE. ARE YOU RUNNING* "ON TIME.•• Vol. 7. No. 5. Chillicothe, Texas, July 31, 1914. HITCH YOUR HORSES TO A BAIN or MITCHELL WAGON One Quality Only and that the best The Bain and Mitchell Wagons are the Strongest, Most Durable, Lightest Running and,Best Propotiooed Wagons In the World. J WE WANT TO SELL YOU ONE | Shive-Napier Implement Co. FERGUSON NOMINATED BY 40,000 PLURALITY. Morris Lumber Company Sells. The Morris [..umber Company, lone of Chillicothe s bit? lumber 1 concerns, has disposed of its en SUBMISSION DEFEATED. u" |u">b« interests DENVER OFFICIALS SEEK MELON RATE CONFERENCE H. W. Morris was down from Quanah Monday and Tuesday closing up the sale of his lumber interests in Chillicothe to the William Cameron Lumber Co. Mr. Morris was at one time a big lumber dealer in this country, owning yards at various places, but he has been closing them out the past few years, the yard here being the last of the lot. Dr. T. II. Westb...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Chillicothe Valley News — 31 July 1914
n CHILLICOTHE VALLEY NEWS D. M. NORWOOD, Manager. TIN PASSENGER TRAINS DAY. Kort Worth arwl IVnr*r Time Curd Eait Bound Went hound AT. 8:40 u. in Ar. 3:16p. 11. 11:60 h. in 11:48 ■>. ri' l.lft l>. in II t'i n in ICknwN City. Mexico uBil Orient Time L'atd Suutli Ilounil North liound Ar, 10:06 p. m Ai UUm. m Uifc i> in I :«•!" in- It <; j if MX 1 i' 5 county announcements. for County Judfre . 1). 14. MAtiKi:. for Count) A* wesson • j. n. mahowkv Por County Tax Colleotoi BOB BROOKS For Sheriff FRANK VVALK'KK, Kiir • 'ounty Clerk SILAS M1TCHF.U. Fur Public Weigher l. t. handki, For ' 'onstable Precinct '■'< m. p. os wat/i' THE ELECTION. JJJhe primary election to uomi nate candidates for ottico on (lie Democratic ticket was held by tiic various counties throughout th< State last, Saturday. Nomi- nation thus made is equivalent, to election. in Ohillicothe interest was in- tense. There was some heavy voting and promiscuous scratch- ing done, but everything was very <|u...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Chillicothe Valley News — 31 July 1914
11- Lo ]>t it, WE HAVE ON OUR ..SUNDAY CLOTHES.. We Want to Trade You New Furniture for Your Old Furniture. We have anything kept in a first-class house. We always sleep with one eye open, looking out for our customers' intersts. We can ^et you a position; loan you money; go on your bond; do your washing; find you a wife or husband; help you to get a divorce; get yiiti into office; buy oft the jury, or take a trip with von. If Everything Has Gone Dead Against You Spend Your Money With Us and You Will Always Be Our Customer. L. D. HINDMAN, Racket Store NEW AND SECOND-HAND FURNITURE Will Walaer from North Groes-; beck is visiting the family of his uncle, town. S. Ii Walser, south of i Fly nets, lap robes, and such goods, at Chillicothe Hardware Co. J. VV. Wafer and wife went to Quanah Wednesday to remain till Saturday on a visit to a bro- ther at that place. LOCALS. Willie Creighton is in Mineral Wells on a week's visit. Allen Davis from the Mounds country was in town Tuesday. Mrs....
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Chillicothe Valley News — 31 July 1914
HRr >V Ifff. k*'i I** WM:W ■ ■v'Av/-' 1 , I $t&. f ■ « —1 I M O^- f-v I Quanah Residence for Chillicothe Home or Farm; pay difference We have a nice 5-room frame residence with bath- room, lurjje cistern, outhouses, etc., renting for $15 a month, can trade for small sandy land farm and pay the difference; price $2,000. It you want to sell your Farm, and have a good clear title up-to-date, list it with the 1H0RNET REALTY CO. STAY ON THE FARM AND BE YOUR OWN BOSS. There is one tiling we should 11 is true <>f course*, that the farmer docs not now get all the profit lie ought to get nor all he K going to get- -but it is also true that the workingman in the country fares better than the workingman in town. Read all you can, study all you can, and prepare yourself to he a good fanner a genuinely wide-awake, progressive farmer- and you will, nine chances out of ten, fare better then if you should go to town. As we see it. the farmer's day is coming. The thought of the world is...