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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Carrollton Chronicle — 19 July 1912

Garrollton Chronicle VOL. VIII CARROLLTON, DALLAS CO., TEXAS. FRIDAY, JULY 19. 1912. NUMBER 50 $20.00 Bills At lc If you could tuy $20.00 bills for a copper cent the opportunity would mean nothing to you if you didn't have the GENT. Having the ready cash and the judgment to use it at the opportune time |s the sure road to wealth. But remember that it takes both the judgment and the cash to make a winning team. Judgment without cash is helpless. Gash without judgment is soon scatter- ed. Start a bank account. Begin to lay aside the important thing, GASH. As you accumulate it judgment will come with it Then when oppor- tunity knocks you are safe in opening the door. We invite you to open an account with us today. I 1 i * 1 I *) First State Bank CARROLLTON, TEXAS. J. C. DAVIS, Cashier SENATE EXPELS WILLIAM LORIMER 4 y.>- ■ " By Nearly Two to One Previous Verdict of Acquittal is 4 Reversed. Washington, July 18,—-'By a vote of nearly two to One, his colleagues balloting as judges, the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Carrollton Chronicle — 19 July 1912

m \ •= Survey of the World's News VITAL statistic* disclosed the fact that there were only 742,- 114 births In France last year as against 770,983 deaths. Then M. Messimy, former minister of war, taking cognizance of this revela- tion, came before the chamber of dep- uties with a proposal to {tension moth- ark of more than four children. Ills plan started a lot of discussion, as might be expected, and antagonism, too, especially in view of the French statesman's suggestion that the money required for pension funds should be raised by taxing bachelors, childless married men or men with but one child. M. Messimy's idea was that •rary French mother should be paid upon the birth of her fifth child the ism of $20 or half that amount, and In the event of the latter arrangement the other half should be Invested for her. Payments for each succeeding child born to this mother would be made according to a sliding scale. Happily, Uncle Sam Isn't obliged to consider such an Idea as a pension fo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Carrollton Chronicle — 19 July 1912

—Tr-r*'* / "ft ' "N . Woman and the Home Sphere G 'V* ii 4 Summer Outing Costume i BAGS FOR MANY PURPOSES. Hew On* May Utilise Bite of Chamois, Silk and Linen. From sum II pieces of chamois, silk niul linen the.v can be made countless little lmgs for various things. The money lias;, which can be worn around the neck and fastened by means of u small jjat'ety pin to the corset, can be of heavy ribbon, made in n square form, with n deep flap that fasteus down over the fop and Is ei- ther clasped or buttoned over the open- ing. An inner lining of chamois pre- vents the perspiration of the body from touching the bills that are its precious contents. The band of ribbon or the tape, which is passed over the head, should be narrow and sewed firmly on the bag.- A printed name and address should be added as a precautionary help in case of loss. Jewel bags are necessary for trav- elers. These are best of chamois and should hav.e very secure fastenings on tne flaps. An outer covering of linen, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Carrollton Chronicle — 19 July 1912

mm ipp ■''4 SSSpfc THE CHRONICLE Jo®. T. Xisien. Editor and Owner. Publiihed Every Friday. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year ..$100. 8ix Months J60. Thrfrtj Months 26 INVARIABLY IN ADVANCfe. NOTICE TO PATRONS If at any time you fail to reoeive the Chronicle promptly you will confer a favor upon the management by notify ing this office. The Chronicle's forms close Thurs day noon, promptly, and advertisers will confer a favor by having their copy in this office Wednesday noonor sooner. Entered at the postoffice at Carroll' ton, Texas, as second-class matter. FRIDAY. JULY 19, 1912. DEMOCRATIC ANNOUNCEMENTS The Chronicle is authorized to make the following announcements, subject to the Democratic Primaries of July 21, 1912. «#**!S. L, 4/ For Representative, Place 1: John W. Pope For Representative, Place 2: Wm. M. Jones. J. W. Parks For Representative, Place 3: \ John E. Davis For Representative, Place 4: J. D. Carter W. C. MCKamy For District Clerk: A. H. Cooper . H. H. wlluams. ^ Forjudge, ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Carrollton Chronicle — 19 July 1912

] ANONI AMONG THE HONE FOLKS $ Miss Hazel McCallan of Dallas Is visiting Mrs. J. M. Allen this week. Charlie and Elmer Bridgeman of Royce City are guests of little J. C. and Paul Davis. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Liles spent last Sunday in Richardson with the family of Bert Wright. Mrs. W V. Millard left Tues- day for an extended visit with her parents at Ft. Calm, Okla. Mrs. Jeraline Coulson of Dallas spent Saturday and Sun- day with Mrs. Annie Chambers and family. Miss Edna Jackson returned ^rom Sherman last Tuesday, where she had been attending the Austin College. Mrs. Bobbie King and little Ruth Crow of San Antonio ar- rived this week for a visit with the family of A. M. Ftowers. ' Miss Francis Willingham re- turned to her home in Dallas Wednesday, after a visit of sever- al days with Carrollton friends. Allen Fouts, who is employed with the Katy railroad at Hills- home folks at last Friday and boro, visited Trinity Mills Saturday. L. C. Liles ■% has resigned his position with jA. W. Ri...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Carrollton Chronicle — 19 July 1912

1 'M! | I 1 '*+ wW::^: • - JIM-* , " x* fc.XaR-: JjJESjV*, •;•!•;•. /V-v :« SAND AND CLAY h rjy iflWI08 BY.U.Sj OFFICE OF PUBUC ROADS " '":- .'V /• .' • : • But the Movement to Redeem Unimproved Highways Is Gaining Strength In Com- munities 111 Favored In This Respect, Where Lack of Important Public Boon Squeezes the Farmer's Pocketbook. BS.fitl5g>56 ttL&iaaaaigfl HwrH r-: m V"? By ALBERT 8. DALE. IN tlna United States there are about 200,000 miles of improved roads. As we have over 2,200,- 000 miles of highways altogether In this country, it can easily be seen how the important question of road improvement hns been neglected. No road is as expensive as a bad one. One hundred million dollars are spent yearly in building and maintain- ing'good roads, and it might safely be said that three times that amount is lost by bad road tax. The average farmer to whom the good road would mean profit must travel over miles of ill kept roads at the cost of time and energy. He must pay as m...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Carrollton Chronicle — 19 July 1912

o Y LADY th 71 v a wlma ww story by iramdall wmmm COPYRIGHT. 1909, BY A. C McCLURG & CO, ' ^ t* PROLOGUE OF THE STORY, ttlbert King, a northern soldier left for dead on a southern battlefield, re- covers consciousness near a farmhouse, Where he hears Jean Denslow, a beau- tiful daughter of the south, tell her negro servant, Joe, that soon 6he must marry Lieutenant Calvert Dunn, whom ■he does not love. King learns of a movement to surprise the Federals. Anxious to get away with the Infor- mation, he intercepts the prospective bridegroom, appropriates his uniform and to mistaken for him. Under cover of his disguise and to save himself he married to Jean Denslow. Still un- detected, he starts on horseback with bride to Dunn's home. En route discovers the deception and, furi- mm - gallops off to warn the Confed- erates. Her horse falls and breaks its neck.t while Jean injures her ankle. ly she accepts Kink's proffer of assistance to Dunn's home. Klng'B kindnesses partially win her. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Carrollton Chronicle — 19 July 1912

II •. 1 -/ Pr*" ■• i " ■ ' .' '• • • ': "V — ' ' ^ . §£ m I N| 3^ Bfer fr% - 3 ' ■ M f : j.tei KEARNEY J. KIVLEN Candidate for Legislature Place No. 3 mma ri ';W . -<?:::•■ ■..i"V?,^-{ 'i*y. '■) :*v '"- -}\lX* ' - :•. - J SBKS5C T '' ImM '. * " - ' ifefcl * H «& v "f -i' rate ! )• f w !lpli &v-' To the Citizens of Dallas County: I.have heretofore published my platform in the various papers of the city and county. I have been in the manu- facturing business in the city of Dallas since 1875, having established in that year what is known as the Dallas Coop- erage Company, in which 1 have been succeeded by my son$ and daughter. I have been a democrat all my life, 'and while not a politician, I have served the party as chairman of the Dallas County Executive Committee during Governor Hogg's administration. I have also served as Alderman of this city for six years, one term as Water Commissioner and also as Police and Fire Commissioner, also as a member of its school board, bei...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Carrollton Chronicle — 2 August 1912

/V \. Carrollton Chronicle -uAASV'; ,JP 91 VOL. VIII GARROLLTON, DALLAS CO., TEXAS. FRIDAY , AUGUST 2, 1912. NUMBER 52 ;Ifl c $20.00 Bills At lc If you could buy $20.00 bills for a copper cent the opportunity would mean nothing to you if you didn't have the GENT. Having the ready cash and the judgment to use it at the opportune time is the sure road to wealth. But remember that it takes both the judgment and the cash to Bfiake a winning team. Judgment without cash is helpless. Gash without judgment is soon scatter- ed. Start a bank'account. Begin to lay aside the important thing, G SH. As you accumulate it judgment will come with it. Then when oppor- tunity knocks you are safe in opening the door. - - . _ : v . ( We invite you to open an account with us today. First State Bank CARROLLTON, TEXAS. J. C. DAVIS, Cashier NEGRO MAN POTTS STILL AT LARGE Slaver of Two Texas Peace $ f'! ;- • Officers Evades 2000 Ped Posse of .4?' 0 9 Leonard Potts, the negro slay- er of Policeman T. A. Tedfo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Carrollton Chronicle — 2 August 1912

SwiWr , ey of the World's News land. Agenda "\... HEALTH campaign in wfclch the Interest of the world 1b centered is being conducted along practical lines In Eng- An organization called .be club wf;a f'xnjped lant year by a group of English «t°i.o)n< UR for the purpose of improving the national health, and its object U to combat ignorance and apathy among the pf ">r and the ignorant and to win the totu* llgent support of citizens for the coti structive work of the health offlcem and the school medical officers. The idea is to collect not money, but per aonal services from every field of olv servation in order to emphasize fa- tistical facts of the waste of natiobui health and life. liow to wagb a baby, how to dust a room, how rats spread disease, what unflltered water contains, the right ami .wrong kind of a girl to marry—the> <"i are among the pra^tfcal points of pub- lic instruction thilt are included in this sanitary campaign. An indication of the progress whfcfc has ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Carrollton Chronicle — 2 August 1912

• SHEPPARD'S PLURALITf IS BEING REDUCED © o 0 X \\ o AS RETURN8 SLOWLY COME IN, ALTHOUGH WILL WIN. NO CHAN6ES ON GOVERNOR Mayes for Lieutenant Governor, Ed> Wards for Treasurer and Robin- son for Commissioner. Dallas, Texas: (Tuesday's returns.) The mass of returns still coming trom the Democratic primary election keld last Saturday, and adding piece- meal to the totals, make no substan- tial changes as to the contests for United States Senator and Governor, except to Bomewhat reduce the plur- ality by which Mr Sheppard wins the nomination for Senator. Mayes for Lieutenant Governor, Ed- wards for State Treasurer, Robinson for Land Commissioner and Hawkins tor Associate Justice of the Supreme •Coiirt, Place No. 2, are winners. Lane appears to have defeated Bar- ker for Comptroller and Walthal to have defeated Looney and Harris for Attorney General, but upon account of conflicting reports, it appears that 'these races as doubtful. Kone leads for Commissioner of Agriculture, Mayflel...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Carrollton Chronicle — 2 August 1912

Y wife sat, ■-Ji'- 4'x. 't ' m i> -i- **v. gm -.. <<; ; *1 .'* 2 'A-*1' *>, s * * J.* f ■ U,v 'V . < At DALLAS COUNTY VOTE More Than Thirteen Thousand Democrats Participated in the Primaries Last •. • Saturday. UEWELUNG'S RACE FOR LEGISLATURE IS CLOSE Defeats Pope by Major ty of 408 Votes—Brandenburg Wins Sheriff's Race by 704 Plurality—McCutcheon Defeats Pierson for County Attorney by 1,624* Votes. Corley Successful for Judge by 1.389 Over Both Young and Simpson. Sll >v M$S The returaa from ail the eighty- four boxes in Dallas Ceunty in Sat- urday's .Democratic primary election shovts that the total vote for the county was more than 13,00#. Judges' Ijelson Phillips and J. C. Muse for place an the Supreme and Criminal Appellate Courts carried the county by majorities. H. E. Singleton of MbKinney has « majority in the county over three opponents for. Comnuseioaer of Agri- culture. Colquitt for Governor has a lead of 725 votes over Judge Ramsey. It in believed that t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Carrollton Chronicle — 2 August 1912

Woman and the Household 00G FARMS IN MONGOLIA. Skint of Caninos Raised For Purpoto W o o j ' * Novel Bathing Suits Two bathing suits, one of which is somewhat radical, are illustrated here. The suit to the left is of water proofed white satin, with collars, belt and cuffs of dark blue satin. The skirt i« a "di- vided one, with a wide panel in the front and another in the back. When the figure is in a normal position the r panels fall over the skirt so that it looks quite like any other. Spotted taffeta in two shades of red was used for the bathing suit with the flounced skirt. The garment is adorned with bands of plain dark red taffeta. ************************** $ * £ JUNIOR FASHION FANCIES * 5 * Veils of plain biscuit colored tulle or fine net are lightly embroidered in tine gold and silver threads. Party dressres are of sheerest batiste and fine mulf with trimmings of Valen- ciennes or baby Irish lace. The simpfe tailored frocks for the little girl sye made of lovely white piques...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Carrollton Chronicle — 2 August 1912

JHHONICLE 88piSmWv.„. i'M \ x.^ .X jf Jno. T. ftisien. Editor aid Owner. Published Every Friday. . > < ft If 8 - if-'-"-;'-J P InlK I ■ -ik SUBSCRIPTION RATES UtanVwar —tl.OO Hlia Months 60, Xfbree Months 25, INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. 2J0TICE TO PATRONS at Any time you fail to receive the 'Gbroatele promptly you will confer a Cfanrar upon the management by notify LiaKlfaiB office. The Chronicle's forms close Thurs- ..Q*y ooon, promptly, and advertisers wtfltt confer a favor by "having their cwt/py In this office Wednesday noon or -wooner. Entered at the postoffice at Carroll tfcen, Texas, as second-class matter. FRIDAY, AUG. 2, 1912. DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES v / ; - '• V ; - .w bib ' - .sal For Representative, Place 2: J. W. Parks For Representative, Place 3: John E. Davis For Representative, Place 4: W. C. McKamy For District Clerk: H. H. Williams. "For Judge, County Court-at Law W. P. Whitehurst I?or Judge County Court: Qcbntin D. Corley -For County Attorney: currie mcCUTCKEON I<...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Carrollton Chronicle — 2 August 1912

' % .. Johnston's Rood shoas are the cheapest. ^ Just received a new line of Wren's and boy's pants at John- ston's. % Mrs. Peters of Renner is visit- her daughter, Mrs. A. G. Kirksey. Reube Gollihar of Whitney spent from last Friday to Tues- day with Clifford Luclr. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Dudley spent last Saturday and Sunday with Miss Ethel Dudley in Dallas. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Ireson of Richardson are spending this week with J. T. Rhoten and family. t Miss Leon Hanson of Bells spent several days of this week £with Miss Aileen Chambers and other Carrollton friends. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Good left Wednesday of this week for Mineral Wells where they ex- pect to spend some two weeks. John Butler of the Plainview country is in Carrollton for a visit with his brother and sister, Henry Butler and Mrs. Toy Green. • Mrs. Belzoria Davies and child- ren of San Antonio arrived Wednesday «of this week for a visit with the families of Uncle George and Albert Karnes. Misses Lee and Ellen Myers ■of Jack...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Carrollton Chronicle — 2 August 1912

Cuba's Turbulent 'Politics IliS i—.—•■ [CUBAN "REGULARS-; 60MEZ MEXICANS NTANA.MO Photos ty American Press Association. ABOUT TO ■SHOTj When it comes to money and weight the. Philadelphia* of the American league yield nothing to any of them. That is because they have In their luidst Tituiaii, whose fortune is of healthy size and who tips the scales at S.10 pounds. They say l^e weighed over the 400 mark before be went south with the Athletics, bOt managed to work off the difference. Tituian prac- tices with the ridladelphias every day. FROGS HELPED SCIENCE. |ir — 1 Their Part In Diaco vary of Galvanism and the X Ray. Surely It is oue of the oddest of co- incidences. observes London Tit-Bits, tlmt the frog should have been pri- marily accountable, each time through an accident, for two very important scientific discoveries, both connected with electricity—namely, ' galvanism and the X ray. Most people are familiar with the story of the discovery of. galvanism, which was dud to the acc...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Carrollton Chronicle — 2 August 1912

'• J e D 0 ©UTIH1 '*%OT£v Sfejfei Aimiiwirwy WW Story Eamb>all Pahrdsm COPYRIGHT, 1909, BY A. C. McCLURG & CO. PROLOGUE OF THE STORY. Elbert King, a northern soldier left for dead- 011 a southern battlefield, re- covers consciousness near a farmhouse, v. Iiere he hears .lean Denslow, a beau- ti.ul daughter of the south, tell her u. gro servant, Joe, that soon she must marry Lieutenant Calvert Dunn, whom s'..a does not love. Klug learns of a n ovement to surprise the Federals. A axious to get away with the infor- mation, lie intercepts the prospective bridegroom, appropriates his uniform and is mistaken for liim. Under cover 0i his disguise he is married to Jean 1 enslow. Still undetected, he starts <1 horseback with his bride to Dunn's 1: >ine. En route she discovers the do- icption and, furious, gallops off to v arn the Confederates. Her horse falls and breaks its neck, while Jean i sjures her ankle. Hopelessly she uc- i -pts King's proffer of assistance to ] unu's hom...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Carrollton Chronicle — 2 August 1912

J 1 mm m usmMm mw>r !*r.- :■<&* ..<• K:| •' __g , iS •.; ■'; ))., • * .- ■ ' v. P$st . - si i*~l" ' ' ' ; V- i* U.*.« = = Annual Mid-Summer 3rd TO AUG. 10th SEVEN DAYS ONLY We now offer you for 7 days the greatest value-giving in seasonable merchandise in the history of our business. Do not fail to attend this sale. It will pay you to see and examine the high class merchan- dise that we are sacrificing for the price. Read every word in this circular and note the price quoted- Men's Clothing *. -1 .. •'•••. f All Summer Suits go in this clean-up sale. These suits are made by the best artis- tic tailors of New York and are guaranteed all wool and thoroughly shrunk. Every suit sold on it§ merit. All 22,50 Suits, sale price $16.85 All 20.00 Suits, sale price: IS.00 All 18.00 Suits, sale price 13.50 All 15.00 Suits, sale price... 11,25 All 13.50 Suits, sale price. 10.15 \, All 10.00 Suits, sale price........7.50 All 8.50 Suits, sale price ., 6.38 We have a few suits slightly...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Carrollton Chronicle — 13 June 1913

& Chronicle vol. ix carrollton, dallas co.. texas. friday, june 13, 1913. number 45 * * # % % 8 I a a I Harvest Time is Here - Tomorrow may never come, but the man of sense prepares for itf just the same What are you going to do ynth the harvest you reap. Saving is more important than making. One of the best ways of saving is to deposit your earnings with us. It is telly to keep money about the house or on your person, where it is liable to be lost, stolen or burned. Business success! lepends on your business', methods. Keep your fftoney where you know it is safe. We Solicit your business, large or small. Gall around and see us, we are always glad to' advise or assist, you.in any way we cart. •' First State Bank CARROLLTON, TEXAS. E. W. Broad hurst, Cashier COUNTY RESTRICTING SEEMS PROBABILITY New Commissioners' Precincts May be Organized—Three Members Present Court Favor Action. Dallas News, June 10. That the plan for redisricting the county as to Commission©ss' precincts will ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Carrollton Chronicle — 13 June 1913

i —- \ J£ ' : . \ ««?*? JK 'Mmte i THE CAKROLLTON CilROMCLf JOHN T. RI8IEN, Editor and Pub. cabkou/ton TEXAS 200 RECRUITS REVOLT IN MEXICAN CAPITAL •ONLY PROMPT ACTION PREVENTS THEIR 8TARTINC 8TREET CON- TEST WITH FEDERALS. CHEERED FOB CARRANZA Mutiny Follow* News That They Ar« to be Sent Into Field Against Revolutionists. V: ' v I M «VA City of Mexico.—Two hundred irreg- ulars, who were recently recruited, mutinied in the Peravillo barracks, when they learned that they were to be sent into the field. They cheered for Carranza, the rebel lender, and were preparing to take chances of gaining a following In the streets against the government when they iound themselves looking into the guns of the men of the Twenty- ninth, the same regiment which occu- pied the palace when Francisco Ma- dero was captured. This regiment had been rushed across the town to quail the mutiny and the irregulars surrendered without a fight.' Although there is apparently no rea- son for alarm, the people of th...

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