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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Collinsville Times — 16 May 1913

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Collinsville Times — 16 May 1913

i U 3 /■" KANSAS WOMAN ! ERRORS OF BEGINNER WHO SUFFERED IVom Headache, Backache DizzineM and Nervousness* Restored to Health by Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound. Lawrencw, Kans. — "A year ago I was •offering from a number of ail menu. I alway* had pain and was irregular. Dur- ing the delay I suf- fered a great deal with headache, back- ache, dizziness, fev- erish speiis, nervous- ness and bloating. I had been married nearly three years. I took Lydia E. Pink- ham's Vegetable Compound and now I feel better than I have for years. I Element of Common Sense Often Is Woefully Lacking. X recommend Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vege- table Compound to all who suffer as 1 did."—Mrs. M. Zeuner, 1045 New Jer- sey Street, Lawrence, Kansas. Montana Woman's Case. Burns, Mont —"Lydia E. Pinkham'a ! that Vegetable Compound cured me of awful ! sense. backache which I had suffered with for months. I was so weak I could hardly do my work and my head and eyes ached all the time. Your Compound helped ma la ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Collinsville Times — 16 May 1913

V-I wu k rv Si \mm AQVEMKT M THE WORLD \v-'* CROSSING HEADMAN CANYON ONE of the largest, and In many respects the most won- derful, waterworks system In the world will be completed and placed in operation in the course of this month by the City of Los Angeles, Cal. The Aqueduct, with its system of five storage reser- voirs, is 235 miles in length, and is designed to carry a daily supply of 258,000,000 gallons from the Sierra Nevada mountains southward across the great Mojave desert, under the Sierra Madre range and into the San Fernando valley, twenty-five miles northwest of the city. From here the water needed for domestic consump- tion will be carried in a six-foot steel pipe into the city's present distribu- tion mains. The system comprises the longest aqueduct in the world. The project was inaugurated in }905, and since 1908 an army of 5V000 men have been steadily employed night and day in its construction. On the desolate and sun-scorched desert the summer temperatures have ran...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Collinsville Times — 16 May 1913

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collinsville Times — 23 May 1913

■■ *t - -* W+ewr-A, ^. I •nvw <* tw o oo VOL.XXVIII COLLINSVlLLE, GRAYSON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 5>3, 1913 50. 22 M I ♦ I I t J "2 *> ^ 3« 4 < * < > 4> <> <> 2 S *> * V «,l <' v « v *1 n Hi r. i t o o i i. :j •f *ii 1 MEMORIAL Mrs. Elizabeth Ann Tuck'eft this mundane shore and entered into the Home eternal Wednes- day night about ten oclock April 21st, 1913. Mother,e maiden name was Elizabeth Ann Fisher. She was born in Mo. Sept. the 26th, 1849 and came to Texas when she was five years old. She was married to H. C. Tuck Feb the 24tb, 1870. Died Apiil the 23st, 1913, consequently sh^ was sixty three years, six months and twenty five days old. MOTHER! many, many time- have our lips lisped this preciuus name, and every time that it was by her its demands were the bur- den of her heart and she would bend every energy of her entire being to alleviate the wants and desires that we expressed. Mother's eyes were never closed when her children wore ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collinsville Times — 23 May 1913

f! v 3 U M tjr f li * H f If I x I (v)<5P < IB SELL eoa dCE¥JEIE«y OF SACREB IBISES o oo o o o c^--f--szxzjm ,s £s*j0bt *Vf CKsrtts IL. MM ts fit S**i i OO coo c^scccj oc: 3 ccx> oq O ———— G Birds Embalmed In Jars Found in An* cicnt Egyptian Ruins by Ex- c; ripl«w%i*' • ' — • For Severely Formal Affair, According to Parisian Ideas IjmAM Wt Be Cairo—During the season's work of the E«*pt exploration fund at Abydos the explorers discovered a cemetery of sacred ibises a quarter of a mile from tin* *v!ge of cultivation and adjoining a human cemetery, both dating from the R*otaa occupation of Egypt, about 200 JL D. The cemetery contained about a Tart.— A receas :eie«r*aa frvm hundred large earthenware jar*, made te W X-e* Y>*e* stated 'a nsost cases of unbaked mud, the ttoattob.eke kwsoftc estate Ml [ mouths of which were closed with —*— of StaSontsaire aati i arcp- "~ir * Charto* II hid :a u o^sk ifttr km iefwa: at the battle of SKtAteM HWJS SoKttcaJ Ik^leQ "-mool and Cared F...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collinsville Times — 23 May 1913

•<V %t-i i \3 V i Backache Is aWarning Thousands suffer kidney ills unawares not knowing that fhe backache, head- achen.and dull,nerv- ous, dizzy, all tired condition are often due to kidney weak- ness alone. o Anybody who suf- fers constantly from backache should sus- pect the kidneys. Some irregularity of the secretions may give just the needed proof. Doan's Kidney jPills have been cur- ling backache and 'sick kidneys for over [fifty years. A North Dakota Can £ Mr*. C. J. Tyler, Cando, N. D., ut>: "My feet P- were swollen and 1 oonidnt deep on nntcf kidney we&kneu.. My back was lame aura and I felt miserable. Doan's Kidney oared me and when 1 have had occasion to them since, they have never tailed me." Sot Doan's at Any Store. 50c a Box jD OAN'S "pSIIV iFOSTER-MlLBURN CO., BUFFALO. N. Y. Iwft h(tur$ Tills* mrr si PECIAL TO WOMEN I)o you realize the fact that thousands of women are now using A Soluble Antiseptic Powder &e a remedy for mucous membrane af- fections, suc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collinsville Times — 23 May 1913

r a r V I i 1 I. ? I . I " I ib !! „ 1 M i K v. |; i h I GO ° © © «s& SBUPL f[l/]SfBFiEB DOLLYS IjV „ /: N tobedistributed bythe I iJIC VwJ o o C3^~—: ne< in *><'] <10 © v t tf fc3Sfl Is IN ITS PRIZE VOTING CONTEST Dl o "V o TJ/ie Capital tPrize which iwll be given by ~ COLLINSVILLE TIMES Ss to be an o £legant $400 Obermeye? dt Sons ZPiano Xike the cut shown here ii ^7 ; 1 •- > s. • ...... -7 '«? * '" • ' . J: • ' ' X , I * A nu«xber of the merchants of Col- linsvilie hav* contributed valuable Prizes and will give "Times" Prize Vote Coupons with Sl.oO cash pur- chases. V' L< T. buiij 101 at pj vJ Audi Satul Lil 1 Pel m] Baiie thi T1 place and wortl the p| mm; Rules and Regulations Sroverning Contest are given ffielow 1. ANNOUNCEMENT—This Piano and Popular Ladies Voting Contest will be conducted fairly and honestly on business princi- ple?, strictly with justice and fair- ness to all concerned. With the above principles it will be an as- sured success. 2. PRIZES...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Collinsville Times — 23 May 1913

"V ■V ■s I NORTE mm TELEPHONE 60. Will give you sale am! satisfactory con nection with all principal towns and cities in North and Central Texas, as well as su- perior local sew I four service is not at, best tell us nw\ \ V 0 will make it *o. II.3^. Vs •rsdale, Mar riij&bi) i? ii H. i ttE TAILOR Is located in the back of the Barber shop Does A1 kiuds of Cleaning' and Pressing1 and Repairing: Ladies Work a speai Ity > r Also Clean and Block Hats Local and Personal T. F. Rodgers was in Cle- burn this week. 10 lbs Bu'cket Soda 50 cts at Polk and Arnolds. Eulass Williams and Sub Anderson were in Sadler Ipst Saturday. Listen Polk and Arnold no 1 Peahen y coffee 25 cts. Mrs. M. Faulkner and sota Bailey are visiting in Denison fchi# week. The City Drug store ia the place to buy your medicines and for every cash dallars worth you get 25 votes in the piano contest. You all ways get the best on the market at Polk & Arnold's Hugh Derr, Joe Garvin, Jarvie Arnold of Whittsboro were h...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Collinsville Times — 23 May 1913

2* ■£.' s ' * 0 © $ ' Hi THE COLLINSVILU TIMES LAWRENMU-BRON ARCTIC PARTY MAY BE LOST SENAT0R J ^ VARDAMAN J. V HARBISON. PuWiihW COLLINSVILLE. - - TKEU TWO CONVICTEDFOR THREATENING WILSON WOODCHOPPER8 SENT LETTERS SOON AFTER HE WAS ELECT- ED PRESIDENT. MONEY WAS ALSO DEMANDED Federal Jury Recommends Mercy for One of Men Tried at Newark, New Jersey, v Relief Force Finds no Trace of Schree- der Stranz Expedition. Newark. N. J.—Seeley Davenport and Jacob Dunn, mountain wood chop- pers of Wharton, N. J., were convict- ed by a federal jury of sending threat- ening letters to Woodrow Wilson while oe was president-elect. In the case of Davenport, the jury recommended mercy. The communications mailed to Mr. Wilson were received by his secre- tary, Joseph P. Tumulty, In May and November of last year, and demanded money in sums of $1,000 and $5,000 under a penalty of death. Mr. Tumulty, Wai*ren F. Johnson, Mr. Tumulty's confidential clerk, pos- tal employes, secret service men and handwritin...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Collinsville Times — 23 May 1913

<?>, ' I! ( iJ ; i tj- ; \ HOT SPRINGS LIVER BUTTON END CONSTIPATION If you really want to get rid of eonatipation, bad stomach, stuffed uy bowels and all ailments arising from a disordered liver, get a box of blisB- ful, satisfying HOT SPRINGS LIVEU BUTTONS to-day They never fail; take them aB di- rected for a week and notice the feel- ing of happiness that comes from ability to eat well, Bfeep well, work well. Notice the skin clear up, the blotches go, the eyes grow brighter .and the appetite return. Don't take Calomel—all you need is HOT SPRINGS LIVER BUTTONS and all druggists hereabouts sell them for 25 cents a box. Free sam- ple from Hot Springs Chemical Co., Hot Springs, Ark. Had to Think Quickly. Maud—What lh the world made you buy more postage stamps? Ethel—Why, I went Into the drug store to get some face powder, and who should be there but Jack. _ Important to Mothers Examine carefully every bottle of CASTORIA, a safe and sure remedy for infants and children, and see ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Collinsville Times — 23 May 1913

© © O CO 0 G3 0 esses : -rt r CHURCH DIRECTORY Methodist Episcopal Church - South. R. S. Kerr, Pastor. Etbel Echoes Ethel, Teka9, May fo Adams of Guntdr was here Pretfcbin#on t he 2ud and 41 li J Sundays of each lliutitli til 11 A. I M. and 7:45 P. M. N. L. Riggs and wife were in Prayer meetine each Wednes Sherman day evening at 7:45 Willie Springs of Alvarado is Sunday School at 10 A. M. here visiting relatives. F P. V.rl.y Sup* 8. P. Williamson A cordial invitation la Mtand- Whiteaboro laat week. ed to all to attend these services was in A. B Patterson and son Clar- ence were in Tioga Saturday. Same of our farmers have be- gun chopping cotton. The late rains have greatly benefited small grain. B. E. Bates of Pilot Point was here last week with a load of fruit. Mrs. Wellman returned to her home at Bel I vue yesterday. Misses Bernice Howard, Myrtle was in Whitesboroj aQd Era Tarpley of Gun* ter were here Sunday. 4/hurch Directory For Methodist Church At Etbel R. 8. Kerr Pastor. Sund...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collinsville Times — 30 May 1913

0 O stSQSoa ®8 eus co s The Collinsville Times. vol.xxviii collinsville. grayson county, texas, friday, MAY 30, 1918 no. 23 Jfl I The Best Beverage under the Sun— ■M mm •^--.4 ft. \ Xf* I /v; Drink A welcome addition to any party— any time—any place. Sparkling with life and wholesomeness. Delicious Refreshing Thirst-Quenching Demand the Genuine— Refuse Substitutes. Many Daily Inquiries About Voting Who Will Get the $10 Gold Piece Trade With the Merchants Giving Coupons TOE FARMER BACKS OUR RANK Fountains or Carbonated in Bottles. the coca-cola company, atlasjta, ca. Whenever you see an Arrow itfacalc of Coca-Co4a. E. D. HUGHES Physician & Surgeon Collinsville, Texas E.W. WRIGHT, Dealer in Groceries^ Feed andf Real Estate Norte Side Of Main Street, •OLLINSVILLE, TEX- D L BASS Deep ane Shallow well driKSing. WorkGoaranteed. D. L. BASS. Colnusvtlle, - Texas.. J. K. JAMISON Attorney-at-Law All business given prompt attention Sherman, Texas McREVNOLLiS & HAY, Attorney s-at- Law S...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collinsville Times — 30 May 1913

m. *** 8'v ■ i <v IV 9 I i Vc. 'X I K >k'&* fc I i? t j; | J* P gi#" i r 'h i£3(V 'I W >3 f ; |u ai v mi , ■mi :-1 jt k I *?* ft ^ **s.i k r.'; S OEDICATE MONUMENT TO CARL SCHURZ SO" Wvs&r isaemm GEESE MONEY MAKERS! to eradicate quack grass Many Farmers Devote Ail Their Attention to Hen. •OGO V Excellent Opportunity Oflared w S - Excellent Plan for Getting Rid of Weed Is to Bury It So Deep Will o Never Sprout Again. O cure Our plan of getting rid of quack grass is to bury it so deep that it will never come up to the light of day again. Hut if we have a shallow Profitable KvSkUe—Imiii soil it will not do to turn up the raw subsoil all at once. A deep soil is very desirable, and will ma,,pa the quack grass supply us with it In the fall we plow the ground fully ten inches deep, being sure to use a plow that lay a the furrow dowu Uusually C*«#*a :« (jnor*r>.e of K#*p r. The C'arl Schurs monument on Morningside Heights, New York, was dedicated in the presence of Civil...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collinsville Times — 30 May 1913

0 ,0 £'• V. VETERANS TO MEET ON BATTLEFIELD Reunion of Blue and Gray Armies to Be Held at Gettysburg, July 1, 2, 3. 40,000 EXPECTED TO ATTEND Atate of Pennsylvania Extenda Invita- tion to All Soldiers Who Fought in Conflict Fifty Years Ago— Good Time Assured All. Harrlsburg, Pa.—VeteranB of the Civil War, both Blue and Gray, will again meet, after fifty years, on the battlefield at Gettysburg, Pa., on July 1. This time it will be a reunion and past differences will be but a mem- ory. The state of Pensylvanla on May 13, 1909, created a commission to con- sider and arrange for a proper and fitting Recognition and observance, at Gettysburg, of the fiftieth anniversary of the battle of Gettysburg; to invite the co-operation of the congress of the llnitod States, and of other states and commonwealths," defined the com- mission's duties and prerogatives and made an appropriation for prelimin- ary expenses. Text of Invitation to Veterans. The invitation is as follows: "Penn- sylvania, by i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collinsville Times — 30 May 1913

jSSS.'. JK t) o DO 0 C2D ' O ■ 0- 8 f :i i. 1 ■*<• ii y; 1 ' .-$ '1<3 •; f a : 4. i/'i - © 5- 5 f # ;i .J - .'•1 ,j* 5 J# f ■■¥ 5 / ' i • ! — OMOHUNDRO HARDWARE & FURNITURE CO WH1TESBORO, TEXAS % l his is one ot the largest retail hard w ar and furniture stores in Grayson County, two story double stores full of goods. They buy in car lots and can sell cheap- er that way. The people around Col- linsville can run up to Whitesboro and inspect this stock and find anything that they could in Sherman or Gainesville at prices that defy competition. Season- able goods to meet the demands of the times always on hand. OMOHUNDRO HARDWARE ANO. FURNITURE COMPANY I South. R. S. Kerr, 0 CH URCH DIRECTORY , ° J Methodist Episcopal Church," :or. 0 Jf?reachiogon tb* 2nd nvA i' h Sundays of each uioulu nt ilA.j*? M. and 7:45 P. M. Prayer meeting each WeJi. day evonirg at 7:45 Suoda/ School «t lu A. M. F. P. Varley Supt. A cordial invitation is extend* ed to all lo attend thete o o O & &a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Collinsville Times — 30 May 1913

/V"" ae* l« o e « w NORTE TBXM TELEPHONE CO. Will give you sale and satisfactory con nection with all principal towns and cities in North and Central Texas, as well as su- perior local sei vict\ If our service is not at. best tell us and we will make it so. R. E. Kagsdale, Msrr PRESS CLARK, T'llE mo? <rm lit, '■a. Is located in t.li m JDoi Da A li 1? i J.M. *. - - a of the Barber shop idiig and Pressing "pairing <r 6 •3 ^ * asul 1I< Ladies Work a speailty Also Clean and Block llats —BW—a—a i I'y jetat jsttanmamm We Will Prepare You FOR RAILWAY MAIL or other examinations. Call or write for particulars Draughon's Practical Business College J. W# ADAMSON, Mgr. Denlson, Texas Listen Polk and Arnold no 1 Peaberry coffee 2o cts. fj * i The City Drug store is the place to buy your medicines and for every cash dallars worth you get 25 votes in the piano contest. Local and Personal For Dewberries phone 53. Will Miller left last week for Fort Worth. Miss Ella All moil returned to her...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Collinsville Times — 30 May 1913

V U] i %t I i ft? v" W ' I ~V V >< 'S2> ?)'t P' v"& ' SL;, &>;; UK 4V 1 ' ft sir THE COLL1NSV1LLETIMES J. L" HARBISON. Publish* * COLLINS VILLI?. - • TKXAf ! RECEIVERS NAMED FOR FRISCO RAILROAD FINANCIAL DIFFICULTIES OF LONG 8TANOING GIVEN A8 CAUSE. SHORT TIMENOTES ARE DUE Court Selects President Winched and St. Louie danker to Handle Re- orgar.izatlon Affairs. JUNIUS SPENCER MORGAN AT THE OARS WHEN PIER FALLS ACCIDENT OCCURS AT LONG BEACH, CAL., DURING BRITISH EMPIRE CELEBRATION. PART OF AUDITORIUM GOES Hundreds Thrown to Beach with Wreckage and Rescue Work was Seriously Delayed. St. Ix>uis, Mo.—Thomas H. West, chairman of the board of directors of the St. Ix>uIb Trust Company, and B. L. Wlnchell, president of the St. Louis and San Francisco Railroad Company, were appointed receivers in the federal district court here for the railroad. Appointment of the receivers here took place about an hour after ap- pointment of ancillary receivers for the Chicago and ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Collinsville Times — 30 May 1913

f ^ ^pi"</•• j ^-• @ _© toi SJf o " o CO CO GXO< SERIAL STORY /■ K \ © © V y STANTON WINS By Eleaser M. Ingram Author of "The Gam* and the Candle." "The Flying Mercury," etc. IUiuhaHam by Fredtrlc Tbarobnrgb JO Copyright l U Tbe Bobba-UerrtU Oouijwm/ SYNOPSIS. -„At it1* ^sinning of great automobile race the mechanician of the Mercury Stanton's machine, drops dead. Strange youth, Jesse Floyd, volunteers, and la ac- cepted. In the rest during the twenty- Jour hour race Stanton meets a stranger, palss Carlisle, who introduces herself The Mercury wins race. Stanton receives .flowers from Miss Carlisle, which lie ig- nores. Stanton meets Miss Carlisle on a "train. They alight to take walk, and train leaves. Stanton and Miss Carlisle rfollow in ailto. Accident bv which Stan- ton la hurt is mysterious. Flovd. at luncji with Stanton, tells of his boyhood. Stan- ton again meets Miss Carlisle and they *ltne together. Stanton comes to track £ick, but makes race. They have acci- dent. Flo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Collinsville Times — 30 May 1913

H*. - V - -"It .uL . iJTT? / _i^i — lr n"- '•*"•1" ~'—*t < -vrjsjF. .**17 V'^tgL ■*«*" u af: *•' "•^dFr !!!. re . . "■' '*<}, ■ t ' • ' Y v f u i* * • ' • > " V , 1 % ,,; . • -'K\ ,.! •j$ •f .tar - ■ i...i* ii« . _>■ ! •:. • V iX ?A 1 'fa Js#9' fj • • ' .ft' 4? v-"': til'*-"*'*** Wf-" L^C; ' &$•$ «. >,. Htoi | ;';' -v'•? !•: i ® ' i JS&-' <i. 1 kit _N.f t i 1 #*<r. *:■ i li *'• I ft -i $&* '•V'*J ; w*, t-. •' ■\t}h 1 it ,Y ■ t."-l 4 j# [ ;• '| J • i /!?; : J I* It rri 5f7. f '"it ; i •' . 1 MJ s i &i<%. j f^-Ti 4i -rVA!' * \y* © e THe WM KILLGOR.E COMPANY'S. FIFTY-FOURTH First Monday barg-ain DAY Sale. Will easily be the big commercial event of the season. Their entire large buying force has for weeks been cautiously selecting stock for this sale, and they are better prepared than ever before to distribute the choicest class of merchandise in any of their departments at prices exceptionally low. See below only a few of their specials: o lr, • ...

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