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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Childress Index — 2 July 1913

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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 — 2 July 1913

Now is the Time to have your buggy repaired and painted. We do the work right and the price is always satisfactory. We also paint autos Powell & Kirkbride North Main Street L M"1"1"ImI I"ImI"M"M"I ' married at ft + 1 + I* + social doings Misu Minnie Hedges, Kditor 8tockton. + ' 4* ' Oa Wednesday, Juno 25, .J. Port Stockton, Texas, Mr. + + * kirkland colunm. + •J* 1913, at Karl H. Rand.il of Memphis, and Miss Verna [..H-I-l-I-l- of thm city were united R,)p.lr j^bertx returned to Okla- 1 in marriage. The ceremony was . ,,,. r„. . „ The West Knd 42 Club honored h(jld u tJ]e hom<? of Mr and Mn,_ 0 homa ity Thursday. Mi in Ruth Buster with a misoellan-1 A Sache bfother au(J slut<jr Qf th(,' (has. Williams was in town trans- eous shower Friday of iMt week at br(du Thia niami4Ke hllH been ^.^clln,; business Saturday. '•he home of Mrs. N. C. Nelson, Mrs. pt,cU>d f()r lhe p(U)t two y<„lr8 ,in(1 Miss Ora Brannon visited . Qua- Nelson and MIsb Nelson are noted a f(JW jlgo the ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Childress Index — 2 July 1913

X NIC. m m W- r Another glass, please ''4C.'.;',':;.,;^,v>j; It is so delicious! Nobody can resist "just one more" when it is ice tea made with White F^wan Tea Nothing could l>c mere refreshingly welcome to the chance guest; no mcul-timc drink could he more cooling. No tannin taste to White Swan Tea—just the real tea taste witit a palatable r.moothness and refinement of flavor thai: belongs peculiarly to White Swan Tea. Better than the law requires Your grocer will be glad to recommend it because he knows that you'll come back for more. Waples-PIatter Grocer Co. Texas Rates: One cent per word for the first insertion: One-half cent per « word for each fol- lowing insertion. THE INDEX BUSINESS GETTERS Want ads placed under this head will bring results If you want to buy, sell or tr ade, tell little Wantad WANTED. WANTED—Old hens and fryers. Bring them quick. J. H. GREGORY. FOR SALE OR TRADE. MILK COW—For sale, will take a good note or exchange for other cat- tle. O. H. Smith, Ch...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Childress Index — 2 July 1913

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 $25 Suit. You'll have to hurry as / the time is short and the suits will sell rapidly. Yovi can get any price oxford or any price hat. J. W. Mitchell (8l Company THE HOME or HART SCHAFFNER <& MARX CLOTHES CHILDRESS. TEXAS OUR PUBLIC SCHOOLS. (Continued from first page.) brought directly into play, and upon thiH one point must generally stand the reputation of the teacher as be- ing a success or failure. Within each eliiid is the potential powers of a wild beast and the graces and beauty of an an eel, and too often we sc« when too late what great mis- takes can be made in allowing un- iruined teachers to handle today the young and impressionable minds and...

Publication Title: Childress Index, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Childress Index — 12 August 1914

OLDEST AND BEST. The Index is recognized by all as the leading newspaper o£ Northwest Texas. Subscription rate $1 a year. Send It Back Yonder. VOL. XXVI ®he Ct)iJJtoss Micx CHILDRESS, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 12. 1914. ADVERTISING HINTS. Use a paper with a circulation. The index has more than 20 per cent over any paper circulated in this county. Don't Delay—Begin Today. NO. 39 THE PANHANDLE CONFEDERATE REUNION HELD AT CHILDRESS J o.i1u ^Jiurr m The annual reunion of the Confed- arato Veterans of the Panhandle opened at Childress last Thursday morning under the very blest of con- ditions. The weather was almost ideal, *he rains of the few days be- fore had put down the dust and cooj- ed the air, this alone put the visitors and home people in a much better umor. than would otherwise have n the case. nd, again, the crowd was much better tliau most had expected. This fact made the home people appreciate the holding of the convention at Chil- dress. All were in the best of spirits and th...

Publication Title: Childress Index, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Childress Index — 12 August 1914

FREE! n | \\/E WILL GIVE FREE VOTING COUPONS in the Shetland A Shetland rOflV I ^ Pony contest. Not only will there be a pony to some boy or —rr girl, but also a nice buggy and harness. There is absolutely no cost in getting this nice outfit, except that you buy all your drug wants of us and we will give you the coupons. See Shetland Pony ad- vertisement on last page of this paper. ":_ Phone 26 Free Delivery LON ALEXANDER DRUG CO. Main Street Between the Banks «am«, and all expressed the senti- ment of love and prayer tor the fu ture safety and prosperity of Chil- dress. "Non© were inore enthusiastic In their endowment of the people of Childress than were the members of the official staff of the Panhandle Associations! Regiment, at whose head stand* Col. Will A. Miller of Ama- rllo. These honorable and honored men declared that Chlldrt>HB has given tho highest posslb'e expres- sion of approval, of kindly considera- tion of love. .This 1 the Impression that the visitors carry away...

Publication Title: Childress Index, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Childress Index — 12 August 1914

6Scguf THESRI P KOGRAM Wednesday, August 12 Joker The Cure ... . liison The Isle of Abandoned Hope .Two Keels Thursday, August I 3 Thanhouser. THE MILLION DOLLAR MYSTERY .Episode 4 Victor The Sandhill Lovers . I. W. Kerrigan Imp The Baited Trap Two Keels ,Kiny Baggot Friday, August 14 Eclair. The Mask of Affliction ... Two Keels L'ni. Ike Universal Ike, Jr., Nearly Won Her ' Saturday Night, Aug. 1 5 Gold Seal- LUCILLE LOVE Series No. 10 Joker ..The Fatal Letter M Monday, Aug. I 7 Rex The Law Unto Himself Two Kee'.s... .Leonard <& Uuckham Sterling Billy's Riot Tuesday, Aug. 18 Nestor Sophie of the Films—No. .'i Comedy Victor A Singular Cynic Two Keels Florence Lawrence Matinee Saturday, 2:30 Program subject to change without notice I-l- I- I- I-MmM-M. 1 PURELY PERSONAL SHOP REDUCTION. On account of the war in Europe all American ports report no ship- ping and on that account traffic with the railroads is at a standstill. Several roads have announced re- ductions in all forces ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Childress Index — 12 August 1914

I 4 mil THE DUNLAP PONY COflPANY — GREENFIELD, OHIO Owners of the largest pony farm in the world. Publishers ol "Chilhood and Ponyhood Blended and Pony Fairyland". Promoters of Commercial, Newspaper and Theatre Contests PONY FAIRYLAND ADJOINING Greenfield Ohio, lies over 800 acres of rich land literally cover- ed with Shetland poines of royal lineage. This place is not an idle dream but a glorious reality. Pony Fairyland is the name of this wonderful institution which is owned by the Dunlap Pony Company. Hundreds and hundreds of precious little pets are being reared and trained for the pleasure and happiness of the children of this country. On a bright May morning you can see a hundred baby colts frisking around in the sunshine. In the winter you can see the ponies clad in their fur coats, romping and playing like children. Boys and girls from the surrounding country spend many happy hours fondling, riding driving these handsome creatures. We wish every child could enjoy this pleasu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Childress Index — 12 August 1914

• « The J. W. ALLMOND DRY GOODS COMPANY'S • • L ]® a lil OeJ a E 0 a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a $ a I [a® % Never in the history of Childress has there been a sale that is attracting the attention of the^g pub- lic as the one that is now under way at the J. W. Allmond Dry Goods Company. The people l\ept us busy every day and everyone visiting our store carries away a bundle. In these bundles are tfst bar- gains ever offered in Childress. Our stock is not the ordinary kind. It is the best the markets and our prices have always been moderate. A fifteen per cent discount under usual price is equal tOv.y,f\ve per cent in many stores, not even considering the value of the merchandise. If you have not caUQ not hesitate longer—the sale will close Tuesday, August 18. We have received and have now on display a portion of our Ms1 Fall Coat Suits and Cloaks. The garments are of the latest we.s and styles and we are confident we can please you. The price...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Childress Index — 12 August 1914

W. SMITH GROCERY COMPANY Sold f " GARDEN VALLEY NEWS. SS COUNTY. F'flures Sh0hetp Ca" ,n Childress HIS MYSTERIOUS NOTE BY ARTHUR W. PEACH. Several jag0 Tbe In<K'x r'l;«'e wen| W" AIex;l"' d<lr "vJd,. town, I"lr Ct"l80(J Mr' C" C" French <ji Morth, 11 as been interested 'e sheep and re- ceiitiy Wrg P. Jones of this City re„J the sheep. Mr. Jon eg rent'r- French Is as fol- ia *-g. "Horneti? you aal' me t0 *>iv<3 yo(i t|)0 ( figures on W. H. Alejiandei^®1"'®110® with u 8intt" bunch off- Have Just talked Witt, Mi- aider and he gives me 'be folio information: During "umnier ^'3 lie bought one buck "i(i thr^fe lambs, and In fall of In ember, he bought sixteen anne wether. In June 1014 b« solo n this floek of sheep wool a®o„,,ti to $:!!).70 being almost f%-Oo in head, from first clip. He '*1(1 f these sheep, which he bought*st fall, $5.00 per head, and b«M rated from the nineteen ewes n'nete« lambs which will now w*l(tli seventy pounds, and for which 'y.'hiiM freen offered $...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Childress Index — 12 August 1914

> 1 ■ I Votes! Votes! We give votes in the Shetland Pony Contest. Remember, Chil- dren, to have your parents trade at this store. # Votes! Votes! We carry a complete line of Gents' Furn- ishings and also have the best equipped tailoring shop in Northwest Texas. J.W. MITCHELL (&. CO. EVERYTHING FOR MEN FURNITURE We have the largest stock of Furniture in Northwest Texas and can always save you money on your furniture purchases. Before ordering or buying elsewhere call at our store and see us. WE HANDLE THE BEST JNO. O. McMINN LICENSED EMBALMER Careful and painstaking attention given to all funerals given in our charge TELEPHONE 28 555 DAY OR NIGHT 29 HORSESHOEING ONE DOLLAR. "Horses We Have Met and Made- Happy by Our Method of Shoeing" would make a fitting title for a very large book. When a horse is prop- erly shod he feels better, eats bet- ter and goes better. Have us ex erclse our skill on your horse and note the results. Your only regret will bo that you didn't have us do ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Childress Index — 12 August 1914

10 Per c I REMOVAL SALE Beginning Thursday, August 13 and continuing un- til Monday, August 17, we offer a 10 per discount on any piece of furniture in our house. We are preparing to move into the Albert building and do not wish to handle the stock twice. Now is your time to save money on FURNITURE and CARPETS The Home Furniture Company The Place to Buy Your Furniture—Childress, Texas INTERESTED IN PALO DURO DAM Former Citizens Reads of Proposed Dam Across Palo Duro Would Re- turn To the Panhandle. BIG SALE A SUCCESS. Redl&nds, Call., Auk. <•—Childress Commercial Club, Children, Texas. Gentlemen:—l am from Texas and have lived hero for years. 1 am thirty miles below the great Bear Valley dam, one of tho finest Irri- gated schemcs extant. 1 am reading of your venture and would be much pleased to hear more about It, also about how you are progressing In that rich, though dry Hectlon. Can you send mo somo reading matter about your land? I use to writ© for tho "Childress Index," ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Childress Index — 11 October 1916

She €liili>ress Index VOL. XXV111 CHILDRESS, TEXAS. WEDNB6DAY. OCTOBER 11. 1916. NO. 48 INVESTIGATED SEED CONFERENCE HERE K. V. Nichols, special agent to the Attorney General of Texas, was in the city all of last week in conference with County Attorney C. A. Williams in regard to the cottonseed situation at Childress. A complaint was made to the At- torney Generals department at Austin by a farmer living near Childress. The complaint was made on the grounds that an agreement was entered into by the Childress ginners and oil mill interests fixing the price of cotton- seed. Mr. Nichols investigated the situa- tion and left with a large number of sworn statements and it is said !>y some on the "inside" that there is lit- tle doubt but action will soon follow against the Memphis Oil Mill and the Quanah Oil Mill and other parties. Mr. Nichols said that the oil mills did not carry on much of tlielr work by letter and for that reason it was necessary to summon witnesses. This he did ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Childress Index — 11 October 1916

WE USE THE BEST DRUGS Phone 26 Lon Alexander Drug Company Phone 49 nocram —WEDNESDAY— "THE SODY CLERK" The First Chapter of The Comedy Serial. "Timothy Dobbs—That's Me." Featuring Carter Dellaven. "THE IRON CLAW" (Chapter 18. "The Green Eyed God." Imp—"The Toils Of The Law." —'THURSDAY— "A SON OF NEPTUNE" Gold Seal sea drama in three reels, with little Gorden Griffith. Big U—"Betty's Hobo." Joker—"Love Quarantined." —FRIDAY Will Fox presents Theda Bara, at her best in "Under Two Flags" The east includes Stuart Holmes. Laemmle—"Romance Of Random." —SATURDAY— Two-reel Victor comedy of a young married couple, each of whom are ashamed of the old folks. "ASHAMED OF THE OLD FOLKS" Nestor—"The Battle of Chili Con Came." —MONDAY— Mutial Master Pictures—Margaret Gibson in the great five act Ani- mal drama. "THE LEOPARD'S BRIDE" —TUESDAY— "The Beckoning Trail" J. Warren Kerrigan, star in superb Red Feather production which set high-water mark of merit. Antidote to Boadway's Lure found by Iile...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Childress Index — 11 October 1916

Morgan's Store News kit 1st •I • Continuing the Closing-Out S«vle of the Milam and Doolen Stock. After u month of heavy selling there still remains hundreds of dollars worth of the Milam and Doolen stock and every item carries a reduced price. Our 'new stock is arriving daily and the new goods are being marked at prices that atford a real saving. The ise and economical man or woman should not purchase the seasons needs without investigating our prices. Bargains for Men. Sweater Coats Men's $.">.50 all wool sweaters, special >2 Men's $1.50 Kray Sweaters, heavy weight. 1.2:5 Men's Shirts $1.25 high grade dress shirts, special JKSt- 75c dress shirts 69c Men's $1.50 Wool Shirts $1..'{K Men's $2.50 Wool Shirts 2.:{K Men's Extra Heavy Gray Cotton Flannel Work Shirts, 65 and 75c values . . ._. .. .58c Men's Heavy Blue cheviot Work "Shirts, 50c and 60c values, each He Collars Men's White Linen Collars, High Grade Quality new styles, all sizes, 15c values, each 12c Men's Hals New Style...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Childress Index — 11 October 1916

A notable fact is the Childress Index.! "uteh,n\av«r f m.-. w i,on. out of L. E. HASH ETT & SON, Owner* FRED L. 11 ASK Err, Leasee. FRED L. H ASK KTT EDITOR reports from t">7 labor officials Mr. Wilson wa.i reported as favored by Mr. Benson, socialist, by 17, and Mr. Hughes by j:i. Thus the dem- ocrats will get the labor vote of the North and Kast, which means that several of the doubtful states will in all likelihood give the electorial vote to Mr. Wilson. The Childress people are interested in ecuring the Ozark Trail through their town, which will run form the Ozark mountains to Kl I'aso. by can't I'aducah get busy and bring this | national highway through our city. DEMOCRATIC NOMINA HONS. (t v j|j |)(. om, o)- biggest paying The following have received the propositions that we could undertake, democratic nomination for election at )( wij| m,.un that thousands of people Entered in the Postoffice at (Chil- dress, Texas, as Second Class Mail Matter. SUBSCRIPTION $1.00 PER YEA...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Childress Index — 11 October 1916

« #) D I) ♦) TK«Ga}Flom« t«lls Col«s hut {Most . m«k«r v^ov** / A Coot l« Last- <T i I 0 Save $25.00 this Winter from your former coal bills by heatine your home with the valuable gas half of your fuel wasted by all other stoves. This valuable half of your coal saved and completely turned into heat only by a Cole's Original Hot Blast OCTOBER 21ST I'ANHANIll.K DAY.| October -1st has Ik-cii designated j 1 Panhandle and Plains day a: trie State Fair "I Texas. Dalian, and twenty I thousand Western Texuns are expect- ed to lie at Dallas on that date, when j I an appropriate program will he ol>-, ■ served and a monster parade around ! the fair grounds featured. . {exceptionally low round trip fares! I have been given on all railroads in the Western part of the state and the ! largest representation of Panhandle and Plains people ever at the fair on one day will register on the grounds that day. Following is the program: 10 a. m.—Opening Exercises at Pan- handle Building, Fair Ground...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Childress Index — 11 October 1916

. WORLD'S GREATESTWIZARDS OF THE AIR ENGAGED FOR 1916 STATE FAIR OF TEXAS EXCUSES. The Four < aster* are undoubtedly Hi* best aerial acrobats performing be fore the public today. Tliey have been featured In practically every part of the world ami will come to l>allas with the reputation of having emellcil THE FOUR CASTERS. the work of all their competitors. It 1m announced that thin year'* Kalr will be held Oct. II to lit Kalr Park, I'alia*. RESOLUTION. Whereat*, in His All-Wise Provi- dence, God has seen fit to remove from our midst by death. Sister Ethel Eliza- beth Fox, and hath taken her to a more perfect and better land to live in glory with Him. Whereas, in the death of our sister, our lodge has sustained an irreparable loss, the parents a self-sacrificing daughter, the brothers and sisters a devoted sister and the husband a most loving wife; Therefore, be it resolved, that we bow in humble submission to the will of our Heavenly Father, knowing that he doeth all things w...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Childress Index — 11 October 1916

W! JWIinimiRtinmnffl !lill!!!!!!{!!!!!'!!!IH!!!!?< ^'t!i!||!J!!lv.{|!!!Hi| miflfflRMH uaflato«iikiBSi|flus against any mmm rhcJib mm [iiiiiiiiiiHiioi! This business is guarded by prin- ciples as vigilant, as watchful as anv soldier who ever did duty on the sentry line. Day in and day out, we are on ;:iiard against llie entrance of i c merchandise of unworthy origin J ^ or untrustworthy character. exaggeration or j misrepresentation setting foot within the border of our adver- tisements. On!) goods of the character of Kirschbaum Clothes at $15, $20, $25 or up have the password to tliis store. CHILDRESS DRY GOODSCOMPNY It's To Be Had, We Have It." Dhetf(rrschJ)aum yo,$fne o G u pi ili H!li!!l!i!ll]l!!!ill!l! lllllMtlllll) il!!!!!!l!!i!l!l!!i!l!!Ii!!l lllllllil!!illll!!jlii!l l!!!!l!li!l!ll!llllll!!lill The Golden Hope By GEORGE E. COBB (Copyright, 191B, by W. G. Chapman.) "Where did you get me?" "Outside of the Dew Drop, tossing your money to a < rowd of loafers and bragging tha...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Childress Index — 11 October 1916

It; I i ytta/rvwhcr I w ^ Kit/ 4ttvUa ^il^1nw>u CWYviuA^aii/AtdvijMt M yuvttu, /tu^vnt44 Sj^pJ All the richest men in town knew when youn g that by saving a little each pay day it would some day be a big sum. The man who is saving gains the admiration and the interest of his employer. His em- ployer wants him for a partner and will help him to buy an interest in the business. Put your money in the bank and be ready for such an opportunity. THE FARMERS & MECHANICS STATE RANK The Bank of Personal Service JONES-MILLER. On Tuesday, Oct. 3, at 8:30 P. M., a bridal party from Estelline drove into Childress and stopped at the King memorial parsonage where we united in matrimony Mr. Mark E. Jones and M isa Van Miller, who, after a pleasant social hour went south on a bridal tour, after which they will return to Estelline to make their home. As to the "excellent qualities" of the groom we cannot say, not having known him, but he impressed one as being a young man of integrity, one thi...

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