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

* * * * TlIK ('HIM)I(KSS POST. .HIKE 25, 191.1. IMUE I l\ Should all see the Ohio Silo l'utter and ftngine, which are now demon- strating at Gregory's wagon yard CaVV ax\& See <6\ do \\\e voovV Moore. Addingion & Hill - Agents I'lOKHON AI. AX It OTHKltWISl: Who is Hin H mi? bin Hell is rti ill i || Id Cllil- I dress. Ket'j) your eyes o|ii'ii mid J you will sonii find out who I Big Ben is Luther Sjiai kiuac went dowi :tn Port Worth hist week for ii I vacation trip. J. E. Ledbettcr of Quunah was a business visitor in fhil- i dress Monday. I Tan Turner went down to Bowie and Port Worth Thurs- day on business, BOKN Thursday morning to Mr. and Mrs. .1 n Aynes- worth, a pretty baby girl li is In -11 «i to liave tire ^4ii(i tor- nii(U) i11siti*iin< o and not need It ilwii to lived it and not have it; foi insurance that insures see 111^fs i I'cnnell. Hon i vol OWK Vol ItSI'.l.l S(>Mi:llll\(,, I'nr !'• a ii t il'ully Illustrated litera- ture (|i'scrl]itivc df the numerous • ...

Publication Title: Childress Post, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Childress Post — 25 June 1913

I'AGE six. THK CHILIMtFSS I'OST, .11 \K 23, I1M.L PANAMA-PACIFIC INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION, SAN FRANCISCO, 1915 V. mm.y h-— 4W~-?W \Wrl a \ BEGIN NOW And pay for a round trip ticket to the Great Exposition on the in- stallment plan. Call at this office for literature explaining about it. You Can't Afford to Miss the Trip PANAMA-PACIFIC SfiTBiNATIONAL EXPOSITION, SAN FRANCISCO, 1915 fVrr-iTlHrBl i Uopjrrlcbt. llll. by t'unama Ft elite Int<TnMlon l Ripnalilne. THE California Counties Building, an example of the floe type of California Mission architecture, which will b« seen at Harbor View The building will He upon the harbor front at the extremity of the Av«nue of Common wealth* and nearest to the Palace of Agriculture SHAKO TO BE RESTORED (i! MiKAL DIRECTORY Copyright, 1911. by Pimaiiiu-I'uilflt: Inl«.rnatl"ii l Kxpi'altfutL HOKTICULTUHAL IJl'lLDLNU at the Panama Pacific International Exposition The building will bu G3Ux2tt3 feet and will bo one of the most notable structures of t...

Publication Title: Childress Post, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Childress Post — 25 June 1913

t'HK CHlMHtKSS post. .K'KR 2.1, 1013. I\U;e seven*. > if r«ieiSsp,_ ftliJ *-"> i -'•. £31 1<wKRl $$&*•> Wk£L fe • '' - s. 'xti The Bank That Takes a Special Interest in Aiding Cutomers to Establish Their Credit DON'T WAIT Open an Account Now. A Dolar Starts You The Farmers & Mechanics State Bank I O. )<;, s. KMi:i{| \|\ NOTE There will be a show at La Grande Theatre, Saturday, June 28th, and if you will call at our Bank on that date we will gladly give you and your family a free ticket to the show. We have purchased over a thousand tickets and will be glad if you will visit the theatre at our expense.-The FARMERS AND MECHANICS STATE BANK. I J SWOltl* <>l Till-: Sl'llilT. Tlif above is the title of a well written hook now being issued front Ibis office for El- der Tice Elkins of the Chris- tian Church It is a vigorous, interest ing t real ineiit of I he iibject of sa I vat ion and we never read a stronger presen- tation of the subject from bis \ iewpoint....

Publication Title: Childress Post, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Childress Post — 25 June 1913

PAGE KlGttt. THE CHILDRESS I'OST. .1 I'ME 25, llMtf. Screen Doors ====== NOW IS THE TIME—SWAT THE FLY Screen Doors JNO. E. QUARLES COMPANY Telephone 184, Childress, Texas t WITH THE CHURCHFS ! • • * •' w • t * < iimu ii or riiitisr. In our nolo of Inst week wo mndo Hie editor sny -or t.he editor mude its say tint) wo baptized H and linnierHed 4. We meant to suy 'A mem- bers were received hy in for- mat ion and 1 by liaptiHiu. Mat this mistake is one of ttit* sort that, is harmless. And now we wish to say we had u fine service last Lord's Day and night and expect many more like them. On next Lord's Day we will preach a memori- al sermon at 11 o'clock and at 8:30 p. m. our subject will be "Love and Jealousy." Bv- ery man and woman in reach are urged to come to both of these services. 'NCR ELK INS, Preacher —o-— THK ('If ILDItUSH I'ltRKItVTKKI W < III lU'll We will have preaching next Sunday morning and evening. In the morning the pastor will take for his subject "Relig- ion," an...

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

THE CHILDRESS POST VOLUME XII. CHILDRESS, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 12, 1914 ' NUMBER 32 CHILDRESS TO HAVE FIRST-CLASS BAND Hobby Itml Now Has UO Mu- sicians Kiirollrd and Will Soon Make Music. Childress Gives Visitors a Most Hearty Welcome MAKES ONE CHANGE of the Confederate reunion of Jast Thursday and Friday with much credit and with the Everybody in Childress wiil|g,.eat satisfaction of having be glad to know that the city I treated the old soldiers in a is again to have a first class' way befitting their character band—in fact, it is already !and history. As usual, under such cir- sic called cumstances,Childress came out was highly entertaining to! the old soldiers and the youn-j break downs" tbat )•'"<>< Brown Will Continue as Sheriff and F. I<. Taylor to 15c Commission!' organized anil held its first tiearsal Monday night. As ny of the members are old nd men, it will be but a short time before the boys will be making the best music. * This time the band is under th...

Publication Title: Childress Post, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Childress Post — 12 August 1914

PAGE TWO. THE CHILDRESS POST, U <il T 12, 191 j. The Oldest Plumber I am the Oldest Plumber in Childress doing work for the public. I know my business and guarantee my work. When you need anything in my line see CHAS. KRUGER. f Goose Talk it would be if anyone told you or tried to "josh" you by telling you that you could get better <Jrain or Feed anywhere than at John R. Scott's. We have the choicest cul lings from the best grain, hay, etc., that has been raised this year, and our prices are always fair and no more than you would pay for inferior eed elsewhere. J NO. R. SCOTT Phone 33 The Denver Barber Shop F. E. LANGSTON, Prop. Courteous Treatment Careful Work Sanitary Conditions HOT AND COLD BATHS ALL THE TIME GOOD PLUMBING Depends largely upon the Knowledge and Experienoe of the Plumber I KNOW HOW Let me figure with you on up-to-date Fixtures in Baths, Lavatories, Closets, Kitohen Sinks, all kinds cf Water Goods. W. O. LEDBETTER 319 Main Street Childress, Texas Phone No. 7 ...

Publication Title: Childress Post, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Childress Post — 12 August 1914

THE CHILDRESS POST, AUGUST 12, 1 14. PAGE THREE A HANDFUL OF OATS from a sack bought hero will make your horse a friend. Ar.d continued feeding with such oats will make your horse bet- ter in every way. It costs no more to feed our oaM. Why not give them a trial? m t ROBERTSON GRAIN and COAL COMPANY R. R. ROBERTSON J. W. HUGGINS Office East of Depot. Telephones 21 and 202 FORBE'S GARAGE PHONE 525 On North Main Street * KEEPS YOUR I-IOME FRESI-I anofCLEAN; ^Sunt&y Combination Pneumatic Sweeper ""THIS Swiftly-Sweeping, Easy-Running DUNTLEY Sweeper cleans without raising dust, and at the same time picks up pins, lint, ravelings, etc., in ONE OPERATION. Its ease makes sweeping a simple task quickly finished. It reaches even the most difficult places, and eliminates the necessity of moving and lifting all heavy furniture. The Great Labor Saver of the Home— Every home, large or small, can enjoy relief from Broom drudgery and protection from the danger of flying dust Duntley is the Pio...

Publication Title: Childress Post, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Childress Post — 12 August 1914

' J . s The Childress Post. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY. Batciwil ai the i>< iolhcr at VhlldraM. T** • ocoiwJ elan mail mailer J. C. THOMA8, Editor and Publisher. Subscnptiop Rates: One Yv.ar, $1.00 8ix Months, • • • • Three Months, • « • ■ Single Copies. • • * .60 .26 .05 ANNOUNCEMENTS The Post has been requested to publish the names of the following persons as candi- dates for the offices mention- ed, subject to the next Demo cratic primary. lives to give any thought to JOHN H. STEHHENS won cloth manufacturing, there can 4gajn jn Congree*ioniil race be li.ttle doubt that these gieat yeftr a^ftin0t Judge Prescoit wars mean trouble to the cot-1 ton farmer. For all other pro- ducts of the farm it is expect- ed the results will be just the opposite. Flour, meat and all manner of feedstuff will doubt less be bringing fancy prices within a short time. All these things are raised in our coun- try, hence our people will have something like an offset to the low prices of cotton. but it...

Publication Title: Childress Post, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Childress Post — 12 August 1914

THE CHILDRESS POST, AUGUST 12, 1914. PAGE FIVE. I LAVAL SEPARATORS ARE EASIEST TO WASH The construction of tlif l)e l,aval bowl is such that it can he completely taken apart for washing. The discs, Iwiwl parts and tinware have no lubes, crevices, holes or corrugated surfaces such as are found in other machines anil which are very hard to clean. The l)e Laval discs are washed as a sinjjle piece and the whole machine can be thoroughly Cleaned In Five Minutes There is no part of the De Laval bowl which cannot be easily readied and seen, so that the operator can always tell whether or not every part has been properly cleaned. The ease with which the De Laval can be thoroughly washed and kept in a sanitary condition is one reason why creanierymen I prefer De Laval toother separator cream, and is likewise one of the reasons why butler made front De Laval cream has scored hijrhest ut tiie National Dairy Show for over -0 years. ) J. J. PIGOTT CHILDRESS TEXAS PERSONAL AM) OTHERWISE Ranch Lan...

Publication Title: Childress Post, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Childress Post — 12 August 1914

J PAGE SIX TI1E CHILDRESS POST, AIGCST 12, 1914. You Can Never Match Our Stock Quantiy, Quality and Prices Considered A Pleasure to Show You. Biggerstaf f Furniture Company J. 0. McMINN, Licensed Embalmer Phone 28, 92 or 55f> PHOPOSKD AMKNDMEXT rles, regulations and of the commission be-1 ing authorized and approved by county commissioners' The district must bear! acts' GENERAL DIRECTORY Cultivators! Cultivators! I Cultivators! We have them in the very best makes the world has ever known, such as the JOHN DEERE J. I. C SE MOLINE Get our prices before you buy. Childress Hardware and implement Company s iYOURSELF i And Friends are cordial- ly invited to do your banking with the « « * * $ * * * * * * * : * s ♦ * & * First State Bank t m i * ♦ * A Guaranty Fund Bank SUMMER COUGHS ARE DANGEROUS. Summer colds are danger- ous. They indicate low vital- ity and often lead to serious Throat and Lung Troubles, including Consumption. Dr. King's New Discovery will re- lieve the cough or c...

Publication Title: Childress Post, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Childress Post — 12 August 1914

the childress post, atgust 12, 1 14. page seven. I * * Reliable Service TO TH E PUBLIC IS the mission of all rightly conducted newspapers. In a local way, it is our great- est ambition to give all the real news to the people of Childress and Childress Coun- ty, leaving out the fiction, or whatever is of doubtful au- thenticity. OUR EQUIPMENT is first- class and we take pride in turning out the Very Best Job Printing. No use sending your order away, for none can serve you better than we, nor cheaper. I ...THE... CHILDRESS POST VETERANS WHO REGISTERED HERE Arkansas, W. M. Rush, 3rd Memphis. L. McQueen, 11th Missouri, | Memphis. R. I). Glasco, Eli, Texas. John A. Kniermin, Price's Army, Amarillo. W. (\ Brinson, Co. 0. 62nd Alabama, Hediy. J. L. Nance, Co. 1st Texas, Mollis, Okla. W. H. Brown, Co. C. 27th Alabama, Hollis, Okla. E. A. McKnight, Co. 1. 5th each old soldier enlisted, al- Texas, Hollis, Okla. so his present address. Ma-| j. (3. Wilkins, Walker's Di- were accoai- vision, N. ...

Publication Title: Childress Post, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Childress Post — 12 August 1914

PAGE EIGHT. THE CHILDRESS POST, AUGUST 12, 1914. j i I I I $ 1 h I NOTICE! The Robertson Grain & Coal Co. have moved their feed store from Main Street to the Elevator, east of Depot. Phone 21. A PLEADING HEART. Be a Worker! lalk Up Go to Church! Get Your Neighbor to Go! GO TO CHURCH I!" * worker in tin? CO TO CHURCH ctttiipiMgn. This Go TO ( IIIJR( II movement is a campaign more important than nil (Ik- presidential campaigns. In a presidential campaign you get worked up to ■> high pitch of enthusiasm, exhort- ing and advancing arguments foi yourj favorite candidate. Here is a cbancc for you to display your enthusiasm and argumentative powers. If von GO TO OfliriKMf your work is not finished. You ran do n groat deal more. GET VOUR NEIGHBOR TO GO, TALK UP THE GO TO CHURCH MOVEMENT. THERE ARE MANY EFFECTIVE WAYS IN WHICH YOU CAN DO THI3 SANDWICH YOUR TALK ABOUT THE BASEBALL SCORES WITH A FEW REMARKS ABOUT THE GO TO CHURCH MOVEMENT. MAKE AN OCCASIONAL EN QAGEMENT FOR "AFTER CHURC...

Publication Title: Childress Post, The
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