Hale Center Live-Wire. (Hale Center, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 32, Ed. 1 Friday, May 2, 1913 Page: 3 of 4
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We handle the best of
building material andsell p
at fair prices. Lumber, ^
posts, brick, paints, oils,
etc. Protect your own
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HALE CENTER LIVE WIRE
LOY D LATTIMORE Editor
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More hopes would become
realizations if the right amount
of energy were applied in the
Support the educational in-
stitutions and pay the school
tax without kicking. Educate
your people and attract the
educated. A trained mind is
the world’s greatest force.
Hard work is the best antidote
for hard luck.
Men and towns often sidestep
a lot of trouble by moving
To leave foot prints on the
sands of time, one must first
perform some feat.
Up in Indlanoplis, Ind , the
preachers association declined
to invite Evangelist Hilly Sunday
the former, baseball player, to
hold a revival there, which causes
the’ Houston Post to remark,
^And Hilly could go there on his
own invitation, hire a hall and
l)eep the churches of those hr *th-
|/ ren empty during his stay,” to
which the Texas Republic of San
Antonio says, “Same here in
San ’tone. Local minister con
scientiously perform their sac-
red duties and are remunerated
with pennies; ’Reformed” monte-
bauks visit the city, desecrate
the house of God and gaily trip
off with the dollars.” The News
has very little confidence in the
sensational professional evangel
ists, for it believes that they do
much more harm than good'with
their vaudeville methods. These
fakirs are “reformed” criminals
and the most of their preaching
is telling how mean they used to
&e, and this kind of talk itself is
harmful to the boys of the pom-
mu nity. Then to make a real
hi* i>«Mj.>ation, thej nopon to and
denounce this, that and the
other local affairs. The local
preacher, upon whom the bur-
den of the community rests,
should fight to keep these pro-
fessional evangelists away.—
Plain view News.
While we do not bplieve from
what we’ve heard of him, this
should apply particularly to Billy
Sunday, there are many that’s
in the “business for the money”
and this class should never, be
welcomed into any self respect-
ing community. Let us libpe
Claxton & Gentry Coal Co
W. N. Claxton Ed Gentry
Wholesale and Retailers of
Coal, Grain, Hay. Field Seeds
We sell the highest quality at
the lowest price.
Genuine “Nigger Head”
We pay the highest price for hay
» Strictly Cash Business
Office at Yard Phone 46
A habit of efficiency is a . .
greater asset than a heritage of «'•*"> ««« none of «"» *“
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Sired by the famous sire of that name
Will make the season at the Fergason
barn. Terms: If fee is paid within
six months, $10. Colt 9 days old,
$12.50. Longer, 15.00.
S. J. WHITACRE
I Hale this summer.
Tomorow to sell anything
you might have to sell with-
out cost you, Free auction.
To buy merchandise at great
to sell your produce of what-
ever kind or any quantities.
A chance to see what the
Business Men of Hale Cen-
ter are trying to do for you.
Tomorow night to see
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To see “Lynx the great detective”
in his comedy role. Hush! not a word
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To see a show worth the money.
To help the merchants to bear the
expense of First Saturday Trades Day.
To stay in town and see the
show if you will.
WOULD YOU MISS THIS?
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Lattimore, Loy D. Hale Center Live-Wire. (Hale Center, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 32, Ed. 1 Friday, May 2, 1913, newspaper, May 2, 1913; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth804208/m1/3/: accessed February 17, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .