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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canton Herald — 30 April 1913

\u §P 1 Kj f %> Via jfcttrprtss On* p^«|ttyMr Published Wsskly by A. M. ISD(86t CANTON, TnW^ilUnpAY, APRIL 30, WIS > « #*- 64 What Yon Are Going to Be depends oh you* It is through the habit of saving that most large fortunes are ac- quired* Start an account today. Our bank is safe and sound. Ydu can find no better bank to take Care of your business. You will receive the same courteous treatment, whether your ac- count is large or small. ®*« Texas State Bank Canton, Texas ; Burins Parhmrs Wei : ?. ■. < ' v David Thomson Riley and MiN Bird Richardson, of this place, were married Sunday evening at u o'clock, the ceremony being per* formed by Rev. D. D. Richardson, the bride's uncle, at his home near Grand Saline. Mr. and Mrs. Riiev went from Grand Saline t {Dallas to spend a few day*. These young people ar* known by most everybody lid the commu- nity. For almost two years they have been partners in business, being the two members of the Riley-Richardson Dry Goods Co. The groo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canton Herald — 30 April 1913

. e i i fi I !iV I list#? ■■■■' ssaf p,/ 4w & m w THE CANTON HERALD A. M. FOSTER. Editor and PublliKsr CANTON. TEXAS PARMINQ CAMPAIGN. Id cm have taken root mora rapidly, when once germinated, than that ot the (arm Improvement commit- tae. with its expert adviser giving demonstrations among the farmers. In the west this plan Is being promot- ed energetically by the council of grain exchanges, made up of 1? grain organisation In different centers, says the Springfield Union. According to Secretary Ball of the council's crop Improvement committee no less than 102 counties have already employed men to give expert advice on farming, while 120 other counties have nearly completed arrangements for organis- ing on this line. He added that he was In correspondence with nearly 700 counties, and that bis organisation was co-operating with the national and state departments of agriculture, the bankers'. associations and two great corporations that have offered prizes to promote improvement...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canton Herald — 30 April 1913

7 T m a SERIAL STORY My Lady tf Doubt By Randall Parrish Aathor of "tow Undmr Firm." "My Lady of tho North " and othor otoriom ILLUS TRATIONS BY henry thiede Copyright, A. C. MoClurg 4 Cu_ 1111. 10 8YNOPSI8. Major Lawrence, son of Jud?s Law- rence of Virginia, whose wife was a Lee. is sent on a perilous mission by Oen. Washington, Just after the winter at Val- ley Forge. Disguised In a British uni- form Lawrence arrives within the enemy's Unas. The Major attends a great fete and saves the "Lady, of the Blended Rose" from mob. He later meets the girl St a brilliant ball. Trouble Is started over a waltz, and Lawrence Is urped by is Par,ner. Mistress Mortimer (The Lady of the Blended Rose), to make his escape. Lawrence Is detected as a spy by Captain Grant of the British Army, who agrees to a duel. The duel la stopped by Grant's rrlends and the spy makes a dash for liberty, swimming a river following a nar- row escape. The Major arrives at the •hop of a blacksmith, who Is friendly, and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canton Herald — 30 April 1913

■ #© rr « V r 1 m | 1 ■8$ lMi^ pPagSfp gUlll •arat&t bonds secured > bei structing bui system to be approved by the Governor for the purpose of oon cting buildings and making permanent improvements. Section 52. The Legislature shall have no power to authorize any county, city, town or other politioal corporation or subdivision rant public money or thing of of tLe state to lend its credit or to . value in aid of or to any indivi lual association or corporation provisions an; number ■ot Proposition Is Loaded The Cbronoils editor is a young man and has not atI hand the statistics on the subject, but is informed by a postmaster whc has kept'in touch with such matters that there has never been a congressman in this district who took a hand in the distribution of postofficee that was returned to oongreaa afterward*. Ic ia a cinch that there Will be more men clisappointed in the distribution of postoffioes than are successful in connecting with the jobs, and it looks to an outsider ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Canton Herald — 30 April 1913

004§>*< ** ^ • (' ■—-K: 1913 wiH be happier and more prosperous for you it yon let us assist von with w pure drugs and properly filled prescriptions - i ^ r •■ .1 . - -— ' It Pleases Us to Please You | Personal and Otherwise ci m | Palace "Drug Store v Di. C. P, Smithy Proprietor #) & proposed Amendment to the Constitution of This Stale Authorizing the Issuance of Bonds for Improvement Districts, and Also for the Operation of Public Warehouses for Storing, Handling, Classincr, Meas- uring, Weighing, Elevating and Loading Agricul- tural Products [S« J. R. No. 4.] Joint Resolution. A Joint Resolution proposing an amendment to cection 52 of article 3 of the Constitution of this state: Section 1. Be it resolved by the Legislature of the state oi Texas, that section 52 of article 3, of the Oonstitution of the etate of Texas, be amended so as to hereafter read as follows: Section 52. The legislature shall have no power to authorize any county, city, town or other political corpo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Canton Herald — 30 April 1913

-A. 4 /* WORKING IN ORCHARD Results Gained in .Girdling Pear and Apple Trees. i. Taw Methods Tried by Horticulturist In Northern Texas—Illustration Qivss Good Idas of Manner of Doing Work. Noting accounts from bortlculturlsta Siring varied results from girdling apple and pear trees, my own experi- ence will be related, writes Charles L. ■dwards in the Rural New Yorker. This will be limited to pears, since apples are not planted to an apprecia- ble extent on the black, waxy prairies ef North Texas. Out of about a dozen pear trees on the home place, five of them bore no fruit, though varying In age from seven to twelve years. Some of my horticultural friends rec- ommended peeling strips of bark two feet in length and an inch In width from the stems of the trees, leaving hn inch between the strips so re- moved. Othe>| suggested girdling in June by sawing, a seam through the hark all around the tree, the width of this seam or girdle to be only that of the cat made by the saw blade. A...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Canton Herald — 30 April 1913

~T* '<*' " ■f 'V .ii «., *w'r ,-Csi : :! Irti * tt. ,• :■ SonetiiinG LittieOnes HOW BILLY FOX TRICKED MR. WOLF By CALEB B. WHITFORD. One froBty morning, just about sun- rise, old Billy Pox was trotting home after baring been out all night, when he heard the hounds on his trail. "I declare," said the fox, "I don't feel much like having a race with the hounds this morning, because 1 have been working all night, and had such a big late breakfast I don't believe 1 could keep very far ahead of them. This Is what I get for staying out so late. I ought to have been at home an hour ago. But it won't do to be loafing around here. I must get busy and fool those hounds some way." And the fox jumped up on an old stone wall and ran a little way on the stones, then he jumped away off to one side as far as he could leap out Into a pasture where there was a flock of sheep. He ran as fast as he could to the sheep. Of course they ran away, but the fox overtook them, and, get- ting right In the mid...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Canton Herald — 30 April 1913

"j i i f r r"':, P HlH / c 4'*' .'• •i f:.: H JL..' J I i ♦ -f sf; V (. "* j? ■ 'A > ! i ■ if 7 > •••; .4 H! ■ : . r V * ■im, r ' >■«< IM'' D? PRICE'S CRKAM Baking Powder Received die highest award at Chicago Wotld'a Fair { Ben Wheeler Doings ( Ben Wheeler, April 28.—The Sunday school convention Satur- day and Sunday waa a great suc- cess, the schools over the district being well represented and lots of fine talks were made. The crowd Sunday was much larger than had been expected, and Rev. Furrh was invited to preach in the Meth- odist church that all might have seats. There was dinner on the ground Sunday for the many visit- ors, and plenty, too. Ike Turner, of Grand Saline, was in town Saturday on business. C. C. George has lumber on the ground for a nice building. Tucker & Adrian are building a new room to the west end of their drug store. Some cotton is^yet to be planted, while a few planters have cotton ready to chop. Severe Rfecsmstltn Grove Hill, Ala. Hunt's L...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canton Herald — 7 May 1913

, l,u MM-**. Canton Herald Successor to Van Zandt Enterprise One Dollar per Year Published Weekly by A. M. Foeter ESTABLISHED 1882 CANTON, VAN ZANDT COUNTY, TEXAS, WEDNE8DAY, MAY 7, 1913 VOL. XXXI, NO. 45 1 MMf&x&xz&z WF ether Farmer, Merchant or Professional Man A bank balance adds to your prestige, in both a personal and business way* Think how many successful men you know that do not carry a passbook—A PROTECTION AGAINST MISFORTUNE. No one knows when sickness or misfortune may come. We hope it never will; but if it does come, be pre- pared—start with us today. Texas State Bank Canton, Teias Want That Inteiwban FARH FACTS By Peter Radford, President Farmers' Union J When Honesty is merely a good pol- icy it is a poor virtue. Lazy fanners are just as useless as dead one* and take up more room. There are two kinds of farmers. One tries to take all the advice he hears and the other won't take any at all. Agriculture is as old as Mothuselah and is just *ow cutting its wisd...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canton Herald — 7 May 1913

3K5w ^ .p*,Mj<«*: « !8.' - THE CANTON HERALD I X M. FOSTER, Editor and Publlthtr •OAKTON. - ~~ - TEXAS It's the bill, not tbe bird on daugb- tori bat, tbat Interests daddy. A boy's idea of a negotiable asset to anything be can trade for a dog. What do astronomers and calendar ■takers know about spring, anyway? A pretsel is beautiful, not only in Its,shape but in its keeping qualltiea The brirbt colors of tbe bluebird aeem more popular with this season'* spring girl A member of tbe new French cab- inet is named Louis Klots—yes, tbe French cabinet Milwaukee now has a hatpin ordi- nance. Men are gradually coming Into their rights. Nothing so disgusts an elderly woman as a younger woman's treats meat of her baby. An English servant remained witb the family for 70 years, probably be* lag too feeble to quit Blame Mother for Errors of Children By Mia Eleanor Sean, Omaha. Nabnuka A hair fraud la New York involves a Uuv* sum, and there are others that don't In volt* so much. i n ■Ik The ....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canton Herald — 7 May 1913

'V.TW- ' \ a SERIAL 8TORY My Lady if Doubt By Randall Parrish author of "loom undmr firm," "my lmdy of thm north" mini othmr mtorimo illustrations by henry thiede U OonrrlaUt, A. C. MoUlury * (Jo, LULL. 8YNOP3I3. Major Lawrence, ton of Judge Law- fence of Virginia, whose wife was a Lee, Is sent on a perilous mission by Gen. Washington. Just after the winter at Val- ley Forge. Disguised In a British uni- form Lawrence arrives within the enemy's lines. The Major attends a great fete •and saves the "Lady of the Blended Rose" from mob. He later meets the girl at a brilliant ball. Trouble Is started over a waltz, and Lawrence Is urged by his partner, Mistress Mortimer (The Lady ■of the Blended Rose), to mako his escape. Lawrence is detected as a spy by Captain •Om nt of the British Army, who agrees to a duel. The duel Is stopped by Grant's friends and the spy makes a dash for liberty, swimming a river following a nar- row escape. The Major arrives at the fbop of a blacksmith, who Is frie...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canton Herald — 7 May 1913

-ti lip i : ? m ^ § ' N- OBgy&i'i Q36a Lawyer and the Lemon If a man were to give another a lemon he would mere- ly eay, "I give you tbia lemon." But when the trans- action is entrusted to the hands of a lawyer to put it in writing he adopts this form: "I hereby give, gra&t and convey to you, all and singular, my estate and interest, right, title, claim and advantage of, and in said lemon together with al! ad- vantage of and in said lemon together with all its rind, skin, juioe, pulp and pips, with all advantage therein, with full power to squeeze, bite, suck or otherwise ent the said lemon, or give the same away, as fully and ef- fectually as I, John Doe, am new entitled to squeeze, bite, out, euck or otherwise eat said lemon, or give the same away, with or without its rind, juioe, pulp and pipe; anything hereinbefore, or hereinafter, in any other deeds, instrument or instruments, of whatever nature or kind soever to the contrary in anywise not- withstanding." ELECTION ORDE...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Canton Herald — 7 May 1913

V'. Tfc.1 ( j|>©o©<&©<®>©©<>©©«®>ooo®o<i | 1913 m X will be happier and more X prosperous for you it you * let us assist you with q pure drugs and properly filled prescriptions % Personal and Otherwise § Judge C. L. Stanford ; Grand Saline yesterday. County Superintendent G. itaton is in Wills Point. J. \\f. Bateman claims to have been first with new Irish potatoes in this community this year. He ha<y his first meal of them April visited j 29. lder E. B. Hopkins, the Seventh j Day Adventist evangelist, closcd his tent meeting Sunday nijht and ! D. It Pleases Us to Please You g Palace Drug Store V Di. C. P. Smith, Proprietor A, ® m • 0e<9|0<x8>00000<g >0<eti>0e<# "It a nation expects to be ignorant and free, in a state of civilization, it expects what never wa3 and nev- tr will be."—Thornaa Jefferson. Wise County parents are reducing their cotton acre- age and planting peanuts, in order "to let the children go to sohooi." This is...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Canton Herald — 7 May 1913

J .^e- > I ■fl'# ■ ■>• S:-V '* I ffifes- Wilt; 4V)1",, ,. - EPi ' ' I^R:' ::s ' ll'/K;*;.' :£fe.v.v„. J'.f: WOMAN'S ILLS DISAPPEARED Like Magic after taking Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound. North Bangor, N. Y. — " Aa I have used Lydia E. Pink- ham's Vegetable Compound with great benefit I fee] it my duty to write and tell you about it I was ailing from fe- male weakness and had headache and backache nearly ail the time. I was later every month than I 'should have been and so sick that I had to go to bed. "Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- pound has made me well and these trou- bles have disappeared like magic. I have recommended the Compound ta many women who have used it success- fully."—Mrs. James J. Stacy, R.F.D. No. 8, North Bangor, N. Y. •> Another Made WelL Ana Arbor, Mich.—"Lydia E. Pink- ham's Vegetable Compound has done wooden for me. For years I suffered terribly with hemorrhages and had pains so intense that sometimes I would faint vwtcj. I had female weak...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Canton Herald — 7 May 1913

\ V " ,'i ' -'^v , ■* +ft-* **■ -d^ .«■■- THE CHILDREN PIN MONEY FOR BOYS Seeds for Planting Should Be Carefully Assorted. Time for Performing Task Varies Ac- cording to Latitudes and Seasons —Onions May Be Put in Earl- ier Than Other Plants. (By KATHERINE ATHERTON ORIM.) If there 1b one time of the year that is better than all the rest, it is the time when the seeds are put into the ground. The-sweet, warm air, the sunny sky, blue as a million tur- quoises, and, more than all. the smell of the fresh, moist earth, all seem full of joyful promise. No wonder all the poets blossom out in the spring; even a horse-block could write poetry—if it could. Now for the planting. Your ground Is fit as fit can be—see how mellow and warm it is!—your seeds are care- fully tested and sorted, and each kind is tied up by Itself in a little cloth sack that will not break if you carry it in your pocket. I said your seeds were sorted. Are you sure you remembered to do that? Ypu should have spread them a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Canton Herald — 7 May 1913

u j&mjamimm. r i- I'i r m 4. i Si I . I wN'te IB I #i 3y| I 4 iv< ilS 1'.';. * ft? P1II1 Dr.PRICETS ^■"Baking Powder Made from cream of tartar derived •olely from grapes, the most deli- cious and healthful of all fruit acids. ] Meant Pisgah Locals j t Witt Tundra People Tundra, May 5.—The little babe of A. W. McLemore's is very slow- ly improving. O. N. Cole also has a sick child. Mrs. Minnie Donohoe, of Baxter, Henderson county, who is visiting her parents, T. H. Dean and wife, has a very sick child. Mrs. Nan Andrews, of Jackson, 1 visited at Dr. Andrews's Sunday. The little babe of E. W. Slate* whose sickness was mentioned last week, died last Thursday morning. This little flower only budded and bloomed long enough to entwine itself around the hearts of its fond parents when its soul winged its way back to the God who gave it. Archie Blankinship, Marlin Burns and Miss Lala Martin, after taking the examination Friday and Sat- urday, returned home Saturday night Mr. Blankinsh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canton Herald — 14 May 1913

/ \ I I \ 49 Canton Successor to Van Zandt Enterprise One Dollar per Year aid Co > % '>6 1« <v J9Tf d Weekly by A. M. Foster ESTABLISHED 1882 CANTON, VAN ZANDT COUNTY, TEXAS, WE|m4y 14. — VOL. XXXI, NO. 46 Bin Mrs. Georgia A. Matthews Sunday morning at 10 o'clock Mr.*. Georgia A. Matthews, who died in Kaufman Saturday morn- g, May 10, at three o'clock, nied here bv (he side of e li- lt is reported erprir.iu^ coinrh : Mill has raised subscription far of a rural high 1. T. Fulgham superintendent Brewer one of said thai F.. C. 7 Whether Farmer, Merchant or Professional Man A bank balanco adds to your prestige, in both a personal and business way. her husband. Dr. J. L. Matthews, who died in Canton in December, 1S83, ahno .t ihi.tv years ago. rjl | Mrs. Matthews \^as born in P| | Georgia May 19, 1844, and lacked r but nine daya of having rea.hed-fanother of the t I her 69 veare. She was married to i ... . j Dr. Mathews Nov. 2. 1860, and M,a3 Lonne they moved from Mississippi to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canton Herald — 14 May 1913

' IP mm |;M ,; t, *J 1 fl!' A I t I "■'ft. / - > t :h. 4'r r % . • t ' m ts■ ' i i ■•'Vv...' ■ jSVi ts:1. "v L& r~~ F V ! !-:M: 'I . • i fc'" ■"I rijf/>• i/jV ■ ■ I THE CANTON HERALD | A. M. FOSTER, EdHor and Publisher CANTON. ~ " ■ TEXAS Teddy bear makera are threatenlna to strike. And tbla la no toy trouble, either. Tbla cubist Idea, of art Isn't ao new, at tbat Remember grandmother"! bed qullta? Tbe nu speling doz look od al rite (>«t why ad to Mr. Carnegie's trublei by aocklng ltf The United Statea will consume in liar navy In 1914 no leas than 80,000,- 000 gallona of oil. Ohio man la making two eara on aach stalk. A latter later this will be shocking newa. Students of electrical engineering Save taken to cracking safeB, but It nay be only as a side line. What baa become of the old-fash toned bicycle rider who could get him- self arrested for scorching? Anybody who wants to lend money to China can do so without let or hin- drance on his own responsibility. Because m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canton Herald — 14 May 1913

\ \ 1*11 IBinT IMI m **£^n" 4 .'ii.,,<.>ii i(w>m T and ble irn- jys- us- ice net n'a lied I K. RY Itte |de- j>kB at the |re- |ni. lat, I a llv |ir- I w ■ft SERIAL 8TORY My Lady gf Doubt teWB^^8Hai By Randall Parrjsh Author of "Lamm UnJmr Firm." "My Lady of I ha North" and othar ttorimm □ •□•□•□•□I ILLUSTRATIONS BY HENRY THIEDE Cop/right, A. 0. MoClurg £ Co., MIL IS 8YN0PSIS. Major Lawrence, ton of Judge Law- rence of Virginia, whose wife was a Lee. la sent on a perilous mlsalon by Gen. Washington, Just after the winter at Val- ley Forge. Disguised In a British uni- form Lawrence arrives within the enemy's lines. The Major attends a great fete end saves the "Lady of the Blended Rose" from mob. He later meets the girl at a brilliant ball. Trouble Is started over a waltz, and Lawrence Is urged by his partner, Mistress Mortimer (The Lady of the Blended Hose). to make his escape. Lawrence Is detected as a spy by Captain Orant of the British Army, who agrees to a duel. The due...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canton Herald — 14 May 1913

f ' i I m fis I • hot r- " fi ■' $' ml If w i' % ■ • * 3 R A Wm m m Kissing Soon Obsolete "Skirts will be discarded by the time the year 2013 rolls around and both sexes will parade ir oriental! trousers; kissing at that time will have gone the way I of the skirts and sentimental couples bent on mat'imo- y will be oompelled to approaoh the altar armed with personal health certificates." We eall the bet on the above prediction by a promi- nent suffragette playwright. Some men will never forgive you if you succeed where they fail. The superintendent of the Terrell oity schools has just been re-electod for his 19th term. He's undoubt- edly "one in a thousand." There ought to exist a great bond of affection bo - tween Fort Worth and Beaumont. Without the otheK, neither would ever have risen to the .000 mark in the peroentage table of the Texas baseball league. ELECTION ORDER Be it ordered by the board of trustees of Canton in dependent sohool district that an election be held at the oou...

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