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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Childress Post — 11 June 1913

HE CHILDRESS POST. VuLl'MK XII (JHlLDkksS, TKXA8, WEDNESDAY, .IL'NK 11, lU 13. ntmbkr -1 L " . m mm MEMBERS"CAN" THEIR PREACHER Olio )11 a< i i| oiii' or mini' . ails of cord rhinos ii> i',if oh i ln> table, v\ 11i 11• tin' 11;>r-1hi ,iikI lii. \\ iif stood t In• r« with mouth aiiii eyes wiili' open mill had not yet GETTING READY FOR WORK m r in v\i ills u ii i \iii: hi I.Miini.lt \mi I\\ iii: nil " M I S( Hi : WIS" It V« K. coin p ri what tt:,s rlu.s MI1,T|X(, TO (,,,;r ill.lie nil. |iint> ill, i«Um| to I.linn ici: \i>\ Ini: 11||.; <u:\\. liis nlolt'j! Iii'l'oii- ii r«'; i < lii'd tin: KST-I'OW \ (o \ | 1ST. cnii, so j> 1 in I'll mi t||i' floor iH'rtidu I. tin' i ii I'lc ■' .ii k containing si'\ i ■ i Tin* Chi Id it i . \ i i • (' 11111 i'i ■ i j n i.- • > ill e.li ickelis. The) mo It a I'll I y I'ho J'tifl to i ill .. mas:. m t r-1 ill#; of In rut' I'ttoncl; to out yet lint tlic> til iz<-1. s for .11 m i ■ | to t a k i * slops mi- growing. mill ...

Publication Title: Childress Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Childress Post — 11 June 1913

TWO rat (HlLDltEBB POST MM. 11, IWltf. REPORT OF CLUB MEETING COMMITTKKH MARK <j«hiii Iti: I'OltTs—HOAi) M ATI Mils HATlSI'At"l'«>ltli.v The best attendance yd lool was out to gleet II,.• eiiililn- Com inercliil club Tuesday ii if;, tit a lid a v«'ry HIKVi'hrf III session nil ll''ld New members lire beillj. added lo the club eailh week 1M11 ll Is be- lieved that when a Hoi.- personal campaign Is made tt almost ev- ery man In town ami some of the women—can In? enrolled as members. The president called for a re- port from the committee on tilie nale of stock In the Childress County Fair Association ami it was Mated that they had only mad•• a partial canvtis but liad met witih Rood sue ecus and were of the op- inion that they can readily place all the stock the Club is obligat- ed to sell. The board of directors lihen made a report, recommending iluit the club employ a paid secretary and that the renting cf a club room be passed for the present. Both rec- ommendations wre adopted...

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

tiie <1111 dllkks itlst .11 \j: ii, i'm.!. PAGE TtlHMK ■ ^.. arur. .aaoaiJH If You Want.. T\\V. best unimproved liiiHinesH and residence property in Childress, nee lint owned by ilu- "1 REPORT OF SECOND COLO.-TO-GULF MEETING ..Panhandle : Tonnsite : Company.. /^K A SON ABU-: prices and good terms. Sales made by agents must bo printed on forms furnished by the company and countersigned by li. K. Montgomery, None other will be recognized K. I'.. MONTCIOM i;RV, W. I>. I OPE I'rrtident ind (lenerul Mutineer t.aiiil kepi«.«rn(alive Three Hundred Delegates and Visitors: | In Attendance—All Counties Re- ported Ready For Work. 'I lit* i i i'' 1 • Hi i.f I l.i Colo- | 1 Da!: 1 oil lit V ilit 11 111 •• lis- 1 JAS. A.LESLIE GROCERIES I Buy and Sell Country Produce ASK YOUR NEIGHBOR The Oldest Plumber I am the Ulflcst Plumber in Childress doing work for the public. 1 know my business and guarantee my work. When you need anything in my line see CHAS. KRUGER. Wash Day Terrors Disappear — Wh...

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

PAGE pour THE (HII.HHE.S8 |H)HT .MAN II, If#I:i. The Childress Post. PUBLISHED EVKKY WEDNESDAY. Knlcreit hi the pobtunir.c hi I; *■ 11 <1 re • • uooml •! ;« until in niter J. C. THOMAS, Kditor AND I'UUUKIIIilt. Subscription Kates: One Year, Biz Muiitlt.i, • • • Three Months, • Hilltflo (Jopil)H, SI .0(J 1,0 .26 • IV IT pH.Vh til" COM nnd SOlllO M llOl' f«] low geir. t'lie money. We have beeu freijiient ly solicited to take up u pi i potit ion of thiu kind, but for reasons mentioned above, we d" no* want any of it. TIlEsCniiiluiKMloiieiH court is this week sitting a* a board of e<iuull- zation, trying 1o determine an i•«!uI- iable rendition for luxe* over ili« couaity. 'Hi 1 is an iiiitbanki'ii 1 du- ly but a necessary one. It a mail's taxes blip pen to be lowered lit thinks the court Is composed of sc1k)1uih and gentlemen, but when his tuxes are incteased he fouls Htlite Mit e I hey are any tiling else. 'i'JIK second good roads meeting whh held in Childress Ja«t Thur#- d<ij...

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

V * >> m o • %> 0 :■* M i «_- Till. <1111.llltKHS I'OST .11' NK II, 1013. l'ACJE rivfi •I.KSON \1 VN1> O I llKltW IS|'. MUt> MilliiI ntel 1««rt l*Unr.sclci> 11101 niiif H-1 i \ i- ii with relatives in h'iiiinin coiiiiu tjupt. «ud Mr> L. ].. Uawsou d<" 1'Hrt 'd 'I'liurmlnj night for a siiiu- UK'I II ill «!' f\<-i-I ill Vt'HiS nil t lit' s<*nshore at \tluuii<. City, X. J Kilitor Hurry Koch of the Qua- .1 \l St ••wart, u pioinliwwt (Jar- „;l|, Tl| Chief \U,8 u pleasant ,l> n Vtilh'j tanner, was •■;i r««i'I: Sill ii i'dny. Mifjs I,mil' .M,in.ln Hi Main (ik laiioiiur, i- i n l ow ii \ isi I iii): Millet, Mr- W I Milan, til.' .Mrs I. W i-J li«• i |i III IJnn nil Ii I' ill a \ 1111\ wiili friend- "ill Weill down lul -iieni the .\ei|; I, ,, .1 nd .Mildred .Mii.iirt\ ol Kiiklalul visit'-d Mi.-> Ha l l l aw lord l<"I I<|:>> KOK SAl.t: At a liarnain, a (ill V ,\ I'll i i Id l, in > . \ J11,1 \ In ,|. ii MrMitin ;it Ii! " i -1 a i f- K. A...

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

PAGE SIX THE CHII.DRKHfi l'OST .11 VI II. HUH. '/ Jk « Ki2'' FA KM FACTS. Well k< !)♦« fai'iu« create indelible Impressions. Work i* ih« salve tliat Jieal.s i he wounded heart. J'he kitlo is the farmer'* maiiu- racturlng plant. Gopd road* builder* are benefac- tors to humanity. The euccfB* of Die nation In in the hand* of the farmer*. Work for the best and the best will rise 11 jj and reward you. Plowing without planning is like planning; without plowing. leuaiiit fanning is Jutit one thing; afler smother without a pay-day. A shoat In the pen Ik worth a ten dollar bill in the pocket. 1 lie greatest achievement in life is to own and successfully oper- ate a farm. I*arm teaianey it, the germ of in- difference which eventumMy devel- ops into poverty. 1 he man who Is opposed to ffood roads generally Hit* i,y the wayklde and complains. When the kouI communes with /he spirit of nnture the back-to- the-farm movement prevails. Successful farming In the art of making one market basket get...

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

THK CH1I.DRESN l>OST MM: II, I« I 1'AGK SEVEJT > > > * J La Grande Theatre Kill DAY NIG 11T- u Modern Prodigal" A two*reel fontur* DEPARTMENT U.lHi NOTES AI tin* lust m«xuI;i !• meeting of Department (.'hit, hi- following lnislin>n was tiansaoted: Wtor the standing cummltteen had made theli reports the re- iuii.fi president, Mis. j, u jertil- ;|ii, 1" u ^eAv \M || chosen words, installed iJm- following officers: W. E. Davis. > VTL'UDAY N11 i I Battle of Bloody Port!" A twii-reel feature Admission - 10 and 15c Mutin *e every Saturday, .'1 p. m. Adminsiun IfJOnN President Mi V. I'res.— M rs. life. Sec. Mi Cor. Kec.- .Mi, . ITeasurer Mi S. H. Davis. •I. W. Mitchell. A. H. Drake, it. Friend. I-i'slIe, Chrin. i- "iiiin.K, Tom Hug- Da vis. Cleaning; Pressing Is ou specialty and wo givo particular attention to ladies' work of all kinds. (JIiitIh*h called I'nf and delivered, ('nil tin, wo do the reat. JOE GOODE M ION K .. tli CIIILDRI.SS, TI'.X \S un Visit Oilman King's Fa...

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

\y I'AliK KK.IlT THE CHILDIIKHH POH'l JIM: II, I ) / I Screen Doors ===== NOW IS THE TIME JNO. E. QUARLES COMPANY Screen Doors •SWAT THE FLY =====— Telehone 184, Childress, Texas t * • Kit••• • • I WITH THE CHURCHES 5 Cxfrt&wMtiikw KlltKT MKTHoltlsl \ III IN II Sunday, June 15, II a. in 8 P IOC IA L nervine fur the < >1.1 >. SPECIAL sermon fur the ' )l,l . SPECIAL muwic l<>r the OLD SPECIAL committee on con- veyance for the OLD. SPECIAL ushers for the OLD. t|,jH week SPECIAL prayer for the OLD. SPECIAL weloome /" r the OLD. fur the sermon Sunday morning ih Prov. 28:L'9, "Seest thuu u man dilligent in bin business he h h a 11 stand bofore kin^s." Y 'i nre cordially invited to worship v* ill: us. WALTKK K JOHNSTON, Minister •—a— I IKh'l liAI'TIHT C III 1(4 II The Sunday School Institute which whs to have bten field at the First Baptist church durirg has been postpone;]. We have not given ll[' '^le having an Institute but only hope t*i have a better one some time SPE...

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

*) THE CHILDRESS POST. VOLUMI-: XII. CHILDRESS, TKXAS, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 18, 1913. NUMBER All Loyal Citizens Should Attend Holland's Cleanest-Town Contest Meeting at Tl. E. Church, Tues. Night, June 24 LADIES WANT AUTO PARADE I. V I >11 :s (tl I l I' \K "I'M I A I (I.I It si .(.i s i i iii:ss i* \i;aim: i on ( i111.1 >i:I \i"n s. '1 11<■ (' 11 i 1 <11 < ('<iu ii I > l-'.i i r \ >mi- > i;i I ii 11 liiis :i; 'I ill «11<'«! I (i t ln. W<1111• 11' I >• • 11;11 ! 111• ■ I t ( lull <i J"-| ( "ii I;i ■ i i.: iii .11 <• i'i'(.• i*ijiIs for '•ii'' 11:i> Hi'1 ' l it day, Tuesday . July I of i i.i ii]i|iro;u liin>; fair, llllri KOIlie 4>f I !:<>• liii|i''s have «II fisted that n|l tli' iillIo owners (it tin i ;i ,\ iii,| run in > i'ii I iM I licir ll i ii ( Ii i ii < - iii i i nuii'M for prizes lo In- awarded lo tli*' most lieauti ! u I mill ;i rI i-1 i• ;111 \ ilceora jed «. ;i i s mil) till join in i |.ii.nli' tor that pill pllSI1....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Childress Post — 18 June 1913

I'A<jk two. thk < iiii.dkkss ihist .11 N'K IH, 1013. MUCH GOOD ROAD INTEREST 1 80 o'clock. A h&Hty meal was m.mi eaten ami the party hurried tin to meet the Quanuh contingent oil the east county jlne. In the party were President O. I- Wiiliam , Knglneei' ,\| K l-eoll- Mj'd, .Marcus iMdcl, the Hint (look tepiewentatlve and Kditor Kdniltr tor. of the Howie Made The lob- bing nii done by Mi JK>dd l ut Knglneer Leonard kept )■ i(iib*-1 f bu- sy making notes for future calcula- tions and figures. Thua the good roadb lnteiesj, Is being developed in a way that in- dicates business. l lltST \\ UiONMI.U) < l \\ «K l. KIItKI. \\| Dltt (.stoiit: HI lt\s. About 4 o'clock Friday morning Walter Hill's drug store was bur- ned down In Klrkland, the building and Mock being a total loss, am-] HURT BY A minting to more than $3,000. In- surance was carried to the extent of f 2,100 but it is thought that the lecords were such that much of it cannot be collected Nothing seems to be known ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Childress Post — 18 June 1913

r - 1C. v • I • >. TIIK OllUmiSS POST JINK 18, I!>13. l'A(«K TURKU —" -*w+-1 • -—•* -* If You Want- -- 1 I II II T H K bout unimproved business and residence property in Childress, ttee list owned by the ..Panhandle : Townsite : Company.. JJh'AHONAHLI'j prices and good terms. Suies made by agents must be printed un forms furnished by the oompany and countersigned by It. K. Montgomery. None other will be recognized K. P.. MONTGOMRRV, W. I . COPE. ('resident am! (ienerui Mudukci. I .•nil kepitArniativc- * M.i aa^.W-;c*vo. ^ n£|QKw i IW—i ■-W—Wi ■Mllllin JAS. A. LESLIE GROCERIES 1 Buy ;uid Sell ( ountry Produce ASK YOUR NEIGHBOR The Oldest Plumber I am the Oldest Plumber in Childress lining work lor the public. I know my business and guarantee my work. When you need anything in my line see CKAS. KRUGER. Wash Day Terrors Disappear ———— When our wonderful Boss Washing Machine is used. So light-running that a child can operate one. We also have the Famous 1900 Gravity Washer. Call a...

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

t AoE FOlit, THE CHILDRE&S P081 M M. I*. Itii.'i, mm m UK n r ! I 1 Heaping of Health Club Baking Pow der wnl do ail that you could <■* pect any baking powder to d> no ■natter what iu price. For Pies, Biscuits, Cakes, WalHta or Muliins—for any kind of home baking in fact — you'll find Health Club to be the strongest, purest and mo-t economical Baking Powder ob- tainable at any price. Order a ti i;d can today for to morrow's baking—then judge. Sold in 10c. 1.1c A *Sc Canf Dy nil (jood Grocff#* . mind no exouk«? for overlooking I the legger crime because it ante- dates and is uecessarj to a mot* LeriouB one Then, too, we have 'long thought 'ha' 'he surviving members of the dead man's family ! ought to instHu(e civil proceed- ings agaiii t the killer for personal damages, just the anie .n- is doi.e iu cases of railroad wrecks anil oihei disasters. Those de- pendent on the dead uian are iiio>t rertainl) Injured financial)} and we believe nian> murder* w«oild no uncommitt...

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

I llfc ( HILDKI SS POST JI NK IMt lOltt. I'ACE FIVE. % • • f *) • * * Should all see I he ()hio Silo ('utU'i' mil Mn^'ine, which arc i ow demon - stratin^ at Gregory's wagon yard —- CaVV axv& See We voovV Moore Addin^lon & Hill A gen is li i.>- lift I it in hii vi' fire a nil tor- iiailu insurant o ami not need It ilu':ii in iici il it ami not have it; lor Iiihiiiani-c: that insures see l.lfcus I'en n ell. IKiN'T ^ <>l OWE ^ 01 ksi.i i somi : ruI Kor Ic null: nil}' Illustrated lllera- i in i' <1 < m rij t ivc of t hi' numerous, splrinllil, lionit like ami not uiiren-; )i■ <11>I> i'\iii nsivc resorts through.1 out W'ondi i-l ii I Colorado and uloiin I lie I'acil'ii i 'nasi inciudiUM I lit' ; (iiial (idooado Chautauqua at. Houidfr t lie Ht Dutiful," address A., .\ filisK'ii, Con riil Passenger Ar- ] I'.nt, "Tin' Hciivor llond," Fort' Worth, T<x:i^ Little vacations in. I tiioni' directions are always worth i mole tiillll they cost. FEItSON VI, AMI O'l...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Childress Post — 18 June 1913

l'AGE SIX THK clill.UIUCKH l OKT .11 NK IN, PRESIDENT RESIGNS College Station, Juno 14. —Colonel It. T. Milner, for the past live years pros- dent of the Agricultural and Mechanical college of Texan, last week announced his resignation from the presidency The resignation was tendered to the board last night and was made public today. He will return to hit* old home at Henderson. where he will look after his farm. During; t he adminuit rat ion of ( donel Milner, the iiiHtitution lias enjoyed a wonderful growth. Building i valued ai more than $ >! l,l)lM have lieen erected in his tenure of office and the numbci of students has been doubled 'I'll • col- lege has established a depart iit-h' of collegeextension during In - adininist ra tion which has for ts object the in. truction of fanners unable to attend the college. Before coming to Agricultural and Mechanical college Colonel Milner was editor of a newspaper at Henderson lie was elected three time.- to the I* r islature and durin...

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

T1IE CIllliOltlCBS POST Jl.VE 18, 101.1. PAUL 810\ K\ v • • t • • I « I uui now located in Childress, coming lien I'roni Clarendon, anil will est: I Li I i -11 ;i collecting agency and make ioniis on city i-eni es- tate ;it r, j,er cent. See me If you lilive any Jiaril bills to collect. Call Phone No. 41, Cameron Lumber Co .1 .1 STANTON. 41 p Plenty or old uewspupers for sale at this office. M if lily Rood for putting under carpets atul cheaper tlian anything else you can buy For AM. the neve, take The Post. Loans made on improved farms and ranches; reasonable rates and iiiilrk (service, rati-" n and 9 per cent' per annum, with privilege payments. See or write Biggs & t'ennell. Look to Vuur I'mnliln^ Yuu know what liuppriih in * house in which the tilumbiug in in poor condition— everybody in the house In liable to cnlrad typhoid or uouie other IfVei The digestive organ* perform the same function* in the human body na the plumbing linen for the limine, and the* should lie kept in...

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

I'AUK KIUUT. THK C'HIU>RKS8 POST II XK IK, !«>!:< Screen Doors ===== NOW IS THE TIME—SWAT THE FLY Screen Doors JNO. E. QUARLES COMPANY Telehone 184, Childress, Texas I WITH TH CHURCHFS : ' tj, • >■ ■*>•• «« •••••••■•• THK IlllllUtlSS I'ltKMItVTKKIVX < III IU H Rev. Jno. T. JJrIce rcciunited The Pout lo say thnj he will fill lite pulpit (it tli«' Childress I're.sbyte- I'inn Church next Sunday. \V<* are sure this will be welcome news to r.ls congregation. —o— I'THHT I'KKHIiYTKKI.lX ( III lt( H Services as usual Sunday morning No preaching services at night. W'1* dlsmlt-s In (lit* Inherent of th«* llap- tisl meeting at the tabernacle. Our members and people are urged to attend all of then* services and take part In the meeting It Is the Lord's work. He honors hum- ble an<l unselfish service The opportunity Is pass/lug to win a soul. The soul harvest Is white among some of out friends and fa mil lies In Childress. Attend these services, pray and Influence. Eter- ...

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

THE CHILDRESS POST. VOLUME XII. CHILDRESS, TEXA8, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 25, 1913. NUMBER 20 FREE SHOW FARMERS c iiii,i>i:i:ss insi \ess aien Wil l, tickat farmers each sati rdav. All Hit' farmers of the Chil- dress triule territory are to have a special free show at tin La(irantle Theatre each Sat- urday afternoon, ;ii leant for a time. The business men of the tit> have very generously entered into a proposition with l lie LaCrande Theatre ami will pay thein the cash io make i liese a ft ernoon shows entirely free to all far- mers ami their families. The only thing necessary is to call tui sonic merchant or bus- iness man who lias entered in- to tiiis eontraft and lie will be glad lo wiippiy as many tick- ets as are needed and the tickets will admit the bearers to the show. The shows will consist of high class motion pictures, the same as are offered regularly j to those who attend the night ! shows. i Of course, the purpose of this free entertainment is to encouurage the farmers an...

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

pace two TO* < H11J RJLS- Ji \ \ "S- Jt*J Is Your Credit Good rhe Representatives of the Merchants' Credit Ass'n Are arranging for the publication >i SEWERAGE AND STREET PAVING a CREDIT GUIDE h or this District a? a Basis 1 redii v : t c Hi h A\ I: YOUR GLASSES Properly Fitted Here t mbee< V" Hi • & f % m V A Tli }'•' :•' • S 1:1 Iif d of bod J" • y pe By thi> system each individual is placed on record. | i.1 i i ' a showing* how many places they secure credit witli what degree • i promptness they pay t r.e.r i;*i]i-. The book will -how. not the rinan--;ai standing. la: the credit standing of everybody, man or woman, who trades on time and a- it is not a financia :at '. j . the poor man who pays hi- bills pr mpt:y v; cure a higher rating than the rich man wh ) dor- !.«• Now is the time to pay the old account = and — • Secure a Good Rating i v> p ui' h;. se' ■' • got : v t ii, - -r- <•? lib" * fcgest •••• 7 ■; " ' I on :d - 1 • "(•' - a !'£ - I . L f"f f 1. r! ■...

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

THK CI1IU>UESS POST. JUNE PACiE Til III iE. f 1 xT-ia- — . ■ iffnif.t- If You Want.. J AS. A.LESLIE GROCERIES 1 Buy and Sell Country Produce ASK YOUR NEIGHBOR The Oldest Plumber I am the Oldest Plumber in Childress doing work for the public. 1 know my business and guarantee my work. When you heed anything in my line see CHAS. KRUGER. Wash Day Terrors Disappear When our wonderful Boss Washing Machine is used. So light-running that a child can operate one. We also have the Famous 1900 Gravity Washer. Call and see our line. Prices range from $8.50 to $14.00. The New IW/lson Sewing Machine The greatest bargain of the aae at $20.00 Ask your neighbor about this machine and then buy one. The risk is ours. R. H. Norris Hardware Co. Phone .( 4 If IT S HARDWARE—WE HAVE IT Childress. Texas Sweet as are Dreams 1110 befit unimproved business and residence property in Childress, gee list owned by the ..Panhandle : Townsite : Company. Reasonable prioes and good terms. Sates made by agents must ...

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

I 7 VAtiK FOLK. For Biscuit, Pies Muffins, Waffles, —and Home Baking Success and Satisfaction mm One Heaping Teaspoon ful s Enough ilcidtll Clllh in tll«! ]<lllt ' T, (liongcst and most • i .■i.oiu- 11 V.J ilal baking I^Wu't r I'l l.in. '0 ilJc lit any pi nr. Only One Ctnt an -in Ounce Grow The Childress Post. IMJHMSH Kl> iA KKV .DA\ Kuicrcii hi i li« !•••> i• • Hi• «■ H'COIHl Clans- hi,tli III U11 «* I J. C. THOMAS, KDITuK AND Pl'BLISHKK Subscription Rate;-: On© Year, .... $1.00 Si* Months, .... r>0 Three Months, • -25 Single Copies, .... 0" j THOSE who live away from Childress can gain some idea of her magnitude from the i fact that a heavy rain fell in the west end Saturday, over- flowing t he railroad shops, j while in the business center j only a small shower fell. than three miles east of Roar- ing Springs, its western ter- minus. This would seem to make Matador a permanent town and will probably do much to limit the growth and the importance of Roaring Springs. Wi...

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