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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Carrollton Chronicle — 13 June 1913

I 9'a% CHAPTER I. FRAN BY JOHNBRECKENKIMiEELUS ILLUSTD ATTON S BV „ O • D3WIN • MYERS A Knock at the Door. Fran knocked at the front door. It wan too dark for her to find the bell; however, had ehe found It, she would have knocked Just the same. At first, no one answered. That was rot surprising, since everybody was supposed to be at the Union Camp- meeting that had been advertised for ' the last two months, and that any one In Llttleburg should go visiting at half past eight, and especially that any one should come knocking at the door of this particular house, was almost Incredible. No doubt that is why the young woman who finally opened the door— after Fran had subjected It to a sec- ond and more prolonged visitation of her small fist—looked at the stranger with surprise which was, in itself, re- proof. The lady in the doorway be- lieved herself confronted by a "camp- er"—one of those fitting birds of outer darkness > who have no religion of their own, but who are always putti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Carrollton Chronicle — 13 June 1913

asmm- '\:.b wma!m&t M *■... THE CHRONICLE Jno. T. ftisien, Editor and Owaer. Published Every Friday. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year $1.00. Six Months 60- Three Months..... 25- INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. m, ■ mm 11- M' mmM, notice: To patrons If at any time you fail to receive the Chronicle promptly you will confer a f aTor upon the management by notify- ing this o(Hce. The Chronicle's forms close Thnrs- day noon, promptly, and advertisers ■■ill confer a favor by having their copy in this office Wednesday noon or sooner. Entered at the postoffice at Carroll- ton, Texas, as second-cias* matter. And now John Davis, editor of Mesquite, ia trying to start a new controversy. He claims his town ships and receives more freight than both Irving and Carrollton. This, knowing that Irving has two railroads and Carrollton three. Why, John, Trinity Mills, a town so 3mall that the postoffipe was recently discontinued, ships more freight in one day than does your town in six. FRIDAY. JUNE 13, 1913. Th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Carrollton Chronicle — 13 June 1913

1. «f ft If Railroad Time Table COTTON BELT PASSENGER •West bound .6:86 a. m. West bound 6:48 p. m. East bound. 9:57 a.m. East bound 10:06 p. m. M. K. & T. PASSENGER South bound 7:24 a. m. South bound .. 1:24 p. m. North bound 6:43 a. m. North bound 8:35 p. m. FRISCO PASSENGER North bound...' 9:40 a. m. Motor Car, north 8:30 p. m. South bound 6:05 p. m. Motor Car, south 8:05 a. m. AMONG THE HOME FOLKS E3 t • o Let your next shoe be a Peters ^Shoe. At Johnston's. We have what you want in the way of a suit ease.—W. H. John- ston. I am in the market at all times for fat cattle.—E. E. Warner, at Meat Market. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Boatwright of Dallas spent Sunday in the J. J. Boatwright home. Buy a pound of Boone tobacco and do your own selecting of a nice present at Ogden's. Phone us that you have clean- ing and pressing and we will call for it.—W. H, Johnston. Little Velma and Bernice Flowers visited relatives at Cop- pell last Saturday to Monday. For Sale: Ear corn 55c per * bushel a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Carrollton Chronicle — 13 June 1913

IPi .ftfgr r«, mm kg: rtfmgm HHHfeaBsSssssss™ ■*""Jw5S ffipc&RtfJ srzmo -j&s.irz,Aw&— MAKE OLD LIKE NEW SOME SUGGESTIONS ABOUT Re FINISHING OF OLD FURNITURE. H| I SC' %* stef - r*>'-' K PS kC • K H JwRti |&£S mi mm mm HBN a naval aviator. Lieut. Ellysou was launched In an aeroplane from a catapult recently and his flying machine bore him gracefully aloft without slightest tendency towwd stumbling it market an important advance in the use of airships in tl*e navy. The aeroplane as an ad- junct to military operations has al- ready shown Its value both in Tripoli and in Turkey. Besides dropping bombs upon Turks and Arabs it has proved of greater usefulness Us re- connoitring the position of the enemy. The Bulgarians have gone a step fur- thers and have used the aeroplane for fire control purposes, enabling the bat- tery commanders of the field guns to 'train their weapons so as to make them tell most effectively against the •Sultan's forces. This matter of fire contr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Carrollton Chronicle — 13 June 1913

) f Two Dresses That Are ® Suitable for Young Girls • I# > # Left Model of Ecru Printed Crepe. Right Model of Tan Charmeuse. TWO CLEVER FRENCH TRICKS How Parisian Woman Makes Her Home-Made Gown Look Like High-Priced Model. Here are one or two clever little tricks by means of which a French woman accomplishes the "chic" of the famous artist and makes her home- made gown look like the work of the world-famous house instead of her own nimble fingers. In looking at a Pa- quin, Doucet or Poiret model, a French woman does not try to copy the en- tire gown. In fact, she steers clear of Intricate draperies and folds. She no- tices tjie sleeve, the cut of the neck, whether high or low, V-neck or square; whether the waist blouses at the girdle or is drawn in snugly; whether the fullness Is gathered in the center of the front or back, or whether it is pushed to the sides, leaving the cen- ter plain. . Then she remembers if the Skirt be gathered or gored into the belt, If it appears narrower...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Carrollton Chronicle — 31 July 1914

NS I. ?':'v , MI. - JH T, <* .~#fM&£§jSFm¥'$- ^ '"£ * '■■is t 3 S Ir5 • ifmsW SSUCi : • . 2 ;:/■■* - -'c:,n.^-: mM* Hii '■ ; •tfyrffor-f ■• \ 4 frjoF" CHRONICLE JAMES E. FERGUSON IS - NOMINATED AS GOVERNOR : if - • \.,x w.t„ • .*, - f . -f: - •■ With About Three-Fourths of Total Vote Reported it Appears the Temple Can- didate Has Been Chosen by About 35,000 Majority Over Col. Ball. SUBMISSION GOES TO DEFEAT Totftl Returns Give the Opposition to This Issue a Lead of Nearly 14,000 With Indications of This Majority Being Increased to 20,000 or 25,000. JAMES E. FERGUSON (T0TAL8 OF RETURN8 RECEIVED For submission 78,997, against 90,- §41* Governor—Ferguson 139,68% Ball 11 MM. Lieutenant Governor—Sturgeon 87,- 868, Hobby #1,050. Commissioner ot agriculture—Dav- it 49,816, Halbert 49,657. Congress at large-JMcLemore 30,- 227, Lowry 16,955, Garrett 21,462, Lane 24,750, Kone 26,173, Davis 28,- 288. Three-Fourths of Vote Reported. With nearly three-fourths of the total vote oast in the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Carrollton Chronicle — 31 July 1914

CARROLLTON CHRONICLE TZe&r 724PE& J&<PS/XVj. LMOST every month of every year brings a re- port of the discovery in some distant part of the world of a new paper-making material which Is expected to take the place of wood pulp, the supply of which Is said to be de- creasing to an alarming extent in all regions where pulp-producing trees grow. The latest of these discoveries has been made In Uganda, Africa, and "the Imperial institute of London de- scribes in a report on the subject a aeries of experiments made with this new material, which is known as ele- phant grass. * The marshlands of tropical Africa are thickly covered with this grass, which grows to a height of from six to ten feet and has proved a source of tijtfMe and expense to agriculturists, aWl grows rapidly after the shoots above ground have been burned or cut -down. A sample of dried mature ele- phant grass Was sent recently from Uganda to the Imperial Institute with the object of ascertaining its suitabi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Carrollton Chronicle — 31 July 1914

> i, ■ mi MXZfW&ffi WMEaars^pfrrr.^aa %%■*** CHRONICLE Jno. T. ft isiea. Editor t$4 Owner. ■ II i i I II mill mmntrnmmmmm im a n ■' Published Kwy Ffi<Uy. "subscription bates Me Y®*r •••"•* * • • ••*.00. Six Mouths 60. rhree Months • • -25. invariably in ao vance. r/ u wm Ifc NOTICE TO PATRONS If at any time you fail to. receive the Chronicle promptly you will confer a favor upon the management by notify tog this office. The Chronicle's forms elose ThnrS' Jay noon, promptly, and advertisers will confer a favor by having their jopy in this office Wednesday noon or tooner. ' Entered at thepostoffice at Carroll- ion, Texas as seconcl-aiass matter. FRIDAY, JULY 31, 1914. DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES For Congress, 5th Districts Hatton W. Sumners For State Senator: J. C. McNeai.us For Reprerentative, Place 3: John E. Davis For Judge 68th District Court: W. F. Whitehurst Foj* District Clerk: MattL. Cobb For Sheriff: 'Will Reynolds For County Attorney: Mike T. Lively For County Tax Collecto...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Carrollton Chronicle — 31 July 1914

CARROLLTON CHRONICLE ' Rattroad Time Table COTTON BELT PASSENGER West bound 6:28 a. m. West bound...; 6:86p.m. East bound.. 10:05 a. m. East bound ...10:10 p. m. ||, M. K. A T. PASSENGER South bound 6:45 a.m. South bound .1:12 p.m. South bound . .7:42 p. m. North bound ,.... 7:45 a. m. North bound .... :3:50 p. m. North bound . 7:30 p. m. FRISCO PASSENGER North bound 10:10 a. m. Motor CaA north 8:20 p. m. South bound 6:45 p. m. Motor Car, south..... 7:55 a. m. | AMONI AMONG THE HONE FOLKS i ; Wagon sheets at Riaien's. Bring your produce to Jack- son & Luck. Miss Lorena Good spent last Saturday and Sunday in Grand Prairie. Mrs. G. A. Jackson and child- ren are visiting with relatives in Dallas this week. Miss Wilmer Myers of Lewis- ville is spending this week with Miss Ella Belle Myers. Mrs. Jno. T. Risien lias been suffering considerably since last Wednesday from a spider bite. Mrs. J. T. Rhoton and child- ^ ren .visited with her sister, Miss Lucy Robinson, in Frisco this week. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Carrollton Chronicle — 31 July 1914

*$>■ wm- C-^cv '/-JB CARROTXTON CHRONICLE ■~-f—~ __—- •Jit1 "\-.';V,'v IS BRIGHTER PEACE IN MEXICO EFFORTS OF UNITED STATES TO BRiNQ FACTIONS TOGETHER ARE SUCCESSFUL. LEADERS ARE TO CO-OPERATE Representative* of Carranxa and Za- pata Meat at Vara Crux to Di*. euta Reform*. Washington.—Official advice* re- reaied that the Washington adminis- tration was meeting with success In bringing Provisional President Car- bajal. Gen. Carranza. Oen. Villa and Gen. Emlliano Zapata Into harmony for the restoration of peace in Mex- ico. From these four leaders—repre- senting all factions concerned In the establishment of a stable government —came encouraging messages in an- swer to the counsel and advice which the United States has been lending to smooth the way to a complete agreement. Oen. Zapata promU«d to co-&i>*rate with the constitutioaaUsia In the work" of pacification. The emissaries from Gen. Carransa to Gen. Sbrpata were due in Vera Cruz Saturday to Explain to Zapata the conces...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Carrollton Chronicle — 31 July 1914

CHRONICLE CARROL ■v¥-."''" \U- ■"'■ r-7 W' ' ' ^ • lSjKTfeM%i * *■" ' •• ^ vffiSn |B ^■Siiiii -' ;■ • - • Qraanlafei Eyelids, Eyas inflamed by expo- sure to Sua, Dost and WW uickly relieved by Maries ~ '.No Smarting, just Eye Comfort At Yoor Druggist'* 50c per Bottle. Marias Eys 6slveinTubes25c.ForBeekclthsEyeFresask Druggists or Mnriae EysBsaudy Ce., Chicago Throw Away your complexion troubles with your powder puff — no need of either when you use pure, harmless Face Pomade Tbs ALL DAY BEAUTY POWDER" At all dealers or by mail 50c. Zona Co., Wichita, Kansas. $500 Reward We have deposited the above for evi- deo a* of good faith for 1 case of Blood Disease, Rheumatism or Scrofula, that Dr. T. H. Stnart's Specific Drops foils to curs illy. We msan business. THE ' REMEDY CO, Detroit, Mkk ^feeermanem sktoakt London consumes of kerosene yearly. $4,980,000 worth The people who are satisfied to put It off tiU tomorrow generally put It off Indefinitely. You Navar Can Tell. Hicks—You never ca...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Carrollton Chronicle — 31 July 1914

Plltllt li W®Sr i ■. ■ Y'1' / . '. -l. i WmSmtM I'f • ' ;.S; -'"'x f'y, \ k -V' % ISii " - mm . v *£*: v$kki * S '■■ a, k ■ "r 79lvfe 5 '?■■*. mwm ' JE; I ->*: r9rS#^%S * " ' f ijfl ^ ■ *1 -■ ' ' ■'IV- ' MHI SSb-: -' ;■V' SP; ' r«*£ •%f £§* fig Ha Iffe- iigfr i ^ < & §¥*-■ ISp; * i /m. 'M • m W$ % ffieM DISPUHSSORfO Big Preparations Baiag Made 1914 State Fair of Texas. RICHEST OF PREHIUMS. W n B«ment Declares Tl Industry iri the Southwest r«nt« More Encouragemei Hallas.--One of the big features -o! the 3914 Sute Fair -of Texas, Satur- day, Ottobfr 17, to Sunday, Novem- bar % is to be the livestock dis- play. Kwi1 has there been sucb promise of uiiiiKual success. Firm in the belief iJ>ui there is no other farm indtfstry in th® Southwest than the rants more encouragement than the breeding n<l raising of livestock, the management of the State Fair has ar- ranged for a distribution of more than >20,000 in prizes la this division. Splen- did showings of beef and dairy ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Carrollton Chronicle — 19 July 1918

£ 0' Carrollton Chronicle vol. xiv carrollton, dallas co., tex^s. friday, july 19. 1918 NUMBER 39 m * A Soldier's Chances 3 Great as the danger and large as the losses in the aggregate,* the individual soldier has plenty of chances of coming out of the war unscratched, or • ^ at least not badly injured. Based on the mortality statistics of the allied armies, a soldier's chances are as follows: Twenty-nine chances of coming home to one chance of being killed. Forty-nine chances of recovering from, wounds to one chance of dying from them. One chance in 500 of losing a limb. The chances are of those who return, with their broad experience and demonstration of loyalty and sacrifice, will have an hundred chances to one of employment. The question is: What are you doing to meet the reconstruction days? MORAL—Save, sacrifice and help win the war. A splendid plan: Deposit your funds in this bank. Buy Liberty Bonds and W. S. S. % gj fl * * >* % % $ t % % 4 21 No depositor has ever lost a ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Carrollton Chronicle — 19 July 1918

n <; &! Wx pfl£ J mm P||| I MAi. GEN. HUNTER LIGGETT HIINS CROSS MARNE| ■ON 12-MILE FRONT ENEMY PAYS GREAT PRICE TO MACHINE GUNS AND SOMB8 FROM AIRPLANES. AMERICANSJjOLD ALL GAINS The Boy* From the United Stat** Hold tho Germane in Chock—Cap- ture More Prlsonoro. Paris.—The Germans bave crossed the Marae on a 12-mile front, between Janlgonne and a point eaat ot Cha- teau-Thierry, and advanced southward on a narrowing front about four mllea to the neighborhood of Ablois. In this operation their line, formerly running southwest from Rheims, was pushed eastward on the south until li now runs almost north and south, standing slightly west of Epernay, Epernay stiU being held by the French. This advance is not in the direction of Paris. The amount of ground captured by the Germans in this region is about 64 square miles The Berlin official statement claims the capture of 13,000 prisoners, pre sumably French, since their gains have been on parts of the line held by the French. The o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Carrollton Chronicle — 19 July 1918

CARROLI.TON CHRONICLE Rainbow's End By REX BEACH Author of "The Iron Trail," "Ths Spoiler*," "Heart of tha Sunset," Etc. (Oepyrlghi, bj Itiyw ui BraUera) CUETO'S TREACHERY BRINGS NEW PERILS UPON ESTEBAN AND ROSA. Synopsis.—Don Estsban Verona, a Cuban plantar, hides his wealth —n ney, Jewels and title deeds—In a well on his estate. The hiding place Is known only to Sabastlan, a slave. Don Esteban's wife dies at the birth of twins, Esteban and Rosa. Don Esteban marries the avaricious Donna Isabal, who tries unsuccessfully to wring the secret of the hidden treasure from Sebastian. Angered at his refusal, she urges Don Esteban to sell Evangellna, Sebastian's daughter. Don Esteban refuses, but In the course of a gambling orgie, he risks Evangeline at carda and loses. Crazed by the loss of his daughter, Sebastian kills Don Esteban and Is himself killed. Many years pass and Donna Isabel Is unable to find the hidden treasure. Don Mario, rich sugar merchant, seeks to marry Rosa, who has retu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Carrollton Chronicle — 19 July 1918

.1.11.1,1 lam CARROT,LTON CHRONICLE If, IS rHE CHRONICLE jno. T. Risiea. Editor and Owner. Published Every Friday. SUBSCRIPTION RATES oe Year $1.00. <lx Months 50. fciree Mouths 0 Entered at the nostottice at Carrol 1- jn, Texas as second-eiuss matter. FRIDAY. JULY 19, 1918 POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS The following announcements tre made, subject to the Demo :ratic Primaries of 1918. ror District Clerk: MATT L. COBB A. H. COOPER or District Attorney: J. WILLIS PIERSON Sor County Clerk: W. H. SKILES LESLIE STEWART ,;or County Treasurer: A. L. (Fon) SIMPSON B. M. BOND . or Sheriff: JOHN BALDWIN . DAN HARSTON or County Tax Collector: CHAS. A. TOSCH v or State Senator 6th District: A. B. WOOD J. C. McNEALUS (for re-election) forjudge of the County Court of Dallas County at Law: T. A. WORK, Re-election *or County Judge W. T. SAVAGE * HENRY G. WILLS GEORGE A. HARMON For County Commissioner, Dis- trict No. One: C. C. (Major) HUFFHINES PORTER COCHRAN t FRANK V COE j £or Public Weigher, Prec....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Carrollton Chronicle — 19 July 1918

CARROLLTON CHRONICLE AMONG THE HOME FOLKS 0 € O 666 cures Chills and Fever. 666 cures by removing cause. See Hill Bros, to buy or sell mules. Miss Willett Franeier is spend- ing this week in Celina. Hill Bros, have some tirst class 5 year-old mules for sale. Miss Annie Perry visited in Dallas several days this week. Want to sell my residence, rea- son on application.—J. E. Perry., •666 contains no alcohol, ar e- nic, nor other poisonous drugs. Born to Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Sanford of Trinity Mills Sunday July 14, a baby girl. Dr. G. F. Frouwen, dentist, office J31(H Elm street, Dallas, Texas, Bell phone m. 2597. JamesMcWhorter, who is with the U. S. Navy was in Carrollton Monday and Tuesday of this week. Mr. and Mrs. Fred James of Ardmore, Okla., visited relatives and friends in Carrollton several 4 days this week. Mrs. Harry Brune and baby of Tioga, Texas is visiting in the j home of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Brune this week. 666 cures headaches, billious- ness, lqss of appetite, or that tir-...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Carrollton Chronicle — 19 July 1918

CARROTXTON CHRONICLF Trust Me! Try Dodson's Liver Tonel Calomel Harms Liver and Bowels Reacl my guarantee! Liven your liver and bowels and get straightened up without taking sicken- ing calomel. Don't lose a day's work I There's no reason why a person •hould tnlce sickening, salivating calo- mel when a few cents buys a large bottle of Dodson's Liver'Tone—a per- fect substitute for calomel. It is a pleasant, vegetable liquid which will start your liver Just as surely as calomel, but It doesn't make you kick and can not salivate. Children and grown folks can take Dodson's Liver Tone, because it is perfectly harmless. Oalomel Is a dangerous drug. It is mercury and attacks your bones. Take a dose of nasty calomel today and you will feel weak, sick and nauseated to- morrow.- Don't lose a day's work. Take a spoonful of Dodson's Liver Tone instead and you will wake up feeling great. No more biliousness, constipation, sluggishness, headache, coated tongue flr sour dt'omach. Tour' druggist s...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Carrollton Chronicle — 19 July 1918

ford Owners Attention! a rosmvE cuke rot oil pumpee Evr-Tyt* Ford SPECIAL PISTON RINGS JiUip all carbon deposits and fooled spark plug*, lnoreaseoompretslon aad (peed wonderfully. m * tbbuilti* ti an mmi bt unw u atsoun at ou Guaranteed to do the work e your monej back. M-OO rat SET OP • RINGS t«*-Tytm aa4e ta all dM tor eoto, tractor and caaolln* etui dm. Aakroar aearaa* dealer erwrita m era-tar rrm mm mum ■«—«r • Much Dcptndi, Billle—Brown 18 a great pianist. Mlll.v—Does he play while people eat it while they talk?—Town Topics. LIFT OFF CORNS! Drop Freezone on a touchy corn, then lift that corn off with fingers Doesn't hurt a bit! Drop u littl Freezone on an aching corn, Instantly that corn stops hurting, then you lift It right out. Yes, magic! No humbug! A tiny bottle of Freezone costs but a few cents at any drug store, but Is suf- ficient to remove every hard corn, soft corn, or corn between the toes, and the calluses, without soreness or Irritation. Freezone Is the sensational ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Carrollton Chronicle — 19 July 1918

- ; i mil trnmm CARROT,LTON CHRONICLE l| I i li Ellis P. House Leading in Race for District Attorney The Kind of a Race He is Running Mr. House is making a clean, high class and gentleman- ly campaign. It is said of him that he has not spoken un- kindly of any of his opponents or indulged in mud slinging, and as he is the only candidate who ran two years ago that is now in the race, the voters can now see that with about 6,000 votes received two years ago and he being the only candidate that made the race two years ago now in the race and there being four men in the race for District Attorney, Mr. House will have to hold the strength of the 6,000 voters to give him the plurality, and when we consider that there are 16,809 women voters in the county nearly all of whom contend for good government and when we further consider the fact that Ellis P. House has always always stood for law and order it can readily be seen that he is bound to lead the ticket with a large plurality. Dead iss...

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