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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Carrollton Chronicle — 26 July 1918

r I ir **. Chronicle VOL. XIV CARROLLTON, DALLAS^Q., TEXAS. FRIDAY, JULY 26. 1918 NUMBER 40 1 A Soldier's Chances 8 ■ 1 Great as the?4to)ger and large as the losses in the aggregate, tnel^ndividual 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 .3,re 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. No depositor has ever lost a penny in a State Bank in Texas. You are pr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Carrollton Chronicle — 26 July 1918

J *: " v ■ r.,r.,^.^IKSL^^. - •..« «••••' •*•%«* v- j-j - 'A,- mji+ivaihf qs*r>r: 5f.W" T gH<+•-(•?****■'<■."'■ -*j • _2^_; -••' --•^r CARROLLTON THRONICLE k f J K f t / 11 - i [ ? E-f i f I Pi '• r . NEW GAINS MADE IN MARNE SALIENT 'MERICAN8 AND FRENCH CON- TINUE THEIR ADVANCE IN REGION ABOUT 8OIS8ONS GAMS NEAR . Fifteen Hundred Germans Are Cap- tured by French Who Advance Near Montdldler Parle—Despite a heavy downpour Tuesday over most of the fightin? area of the Marne salient, the battle continued In the region of Solssons. between the Ourcq River and the ■Marne and northeastward of the Mania toward Rheims. Tae rain hindered operations considerably, but the allies scored gains large ei,ougli to make a small showing on the map. On the west side of the salient the gains were southeastward from Oul- chy to Coincy, aggregating ten square miles, and from north of Epieds southeastward to the aut- skirts of Treloup, just north of the Marne, probably ten more square miles. There...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Carrollton Chronicle — 26 July 1918

CARROLLTON CHRONICLE Rainbow's End A NOVEL by REX BEACH ^ Author of "THE IRON TRAIL." "THE SPOILERS." "HEART OF THE SUNSET." Etc. (Copyright, by Harper and Brother*) ESTEBAN AND HIS LITTLE BAND ARRIVE JUST IN TIME TO SAVE ROSA FROM HORRIBLE FATE Synopsis.—Don Esteban Verona, a Cuban planter, bides his wealth —money, jewels and title deeds—In a well on his estate. The hiding place Is known only to Sebastian, a slave. Don Estebfen's wife dies at the birth of twins, Esteban and Rosa. Don Esteban marries the avaricious Donna Isabel, wno tries unsuccessfully to wring the secret oi ft e hidden treasure from Sebastian. Angered at his refusal, she urgdfc Don Esteban to sell Evangelina, Sebastian's daughter. Don Esteban refuses, but In the course of a gambling orgie, he risks Evangelina at cards and loses. Crazed by the loss of his daughter, Sebastian kills Don Esteban and is himself killed. Many years pnss and Donna Isabel is unable to find the hidden treasure. Don Mario, rich sugar merchan...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Carrollton Chronicle — 26 July 1918

, "—fur *—itr-r- rv. !•"> ■ ■■ M? I: I I •'>, I ■ / : :* m - CARROI.LTON CHRONICLE THE CHRONICLE Jm. T, Risica.Editor and Owner. Published Every Friday. SUBSCRIPTION RATES Joe Year fl.OO. ilx Months 50. Fhree Mouths. 26- Entered at the oostoffice at Carroll- cod. Texas as second-ciass matter. FRIDAY. JULY 26, 1918 V POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS The following announcements are made, subject to the Demo- cratic Primaries of 1918. For District Clerk: MATT L. COBB A. H. COOPER For District Attorney: J. WILLIS PIERSON For County Clerk: W. H. SKILES LESLIE STEWART For County Treasurer: A. L. (Fon) SIMPSON B. M. BOND For Sheriff: JOHN BALDWIN DAN HARSTON for County Tax Collector: OH AS. A. TOSCH For State Senator 6th District: A. B. WOOD J. C. McNEALUS (for re- election) For Judge of the County Court of Dallas County at Law,: T. A. WORK, Re election For County Judge . 4 W. T. SAVAGE* HENRY G. WILLS * GEORGE A. HARMON For County Commissioner, Dis- trict No. One: ,, , a C. (Major) HUFFHlNEf...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Carrollton Chronicle — 26 July 1918

■■ CARROLLTON CHRONICLE I* rt o •) Vv. j AMONi AMONG THE HONE FOLKS 666 cures Chills and Fever. 666 cures by removing cause. See Hill Bros, to buy or sell mules. Hill Bros, have some tirstclass 5 year-old mules for sale. S. M. Franchier .visited in Ce- lina Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs H. C. Garrison visited in Valley View Monday of this 'veek. Hilda and Theo Garrison are spending this week with their grand parents in Murphy. Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Jolly of Red Oak, visited Mr. and Mrs. Arch Fyke Tuesday of this week. Miss Connie Hardcastle visit- ed Miss Nedine Jenkins in Law- isville from Friday to Sunday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Sidles visited Mr. and Mrs. V. B. Hal- sel in Big Sandy, from last Fri- day to Monday. A. W. Risien, who moved to Austin some months ago, visited relatives and friends here from Saturday to Monday. Geo. Jackson of Piano, Mrs. Viola Skiles and Miss Willie Jackson of Dallas, were here Sunday visiting home folks. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Skinner and...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Carrollton Chronicle — 26 July 1918

Iwr ■ CARROLL! ON CHRONICLE iMnM VHMhi4 Hi* HmI of Immmt Tlgtff TImii Hit Walk ■jR& "J!?, ;WJ5?£ World la Awakening. The two greatest discoveries of re- cent times are the value of children aod the Importance of open air. HEADACHES This distressing Ailment should be relieved at once and save strain on Nervous System. CAPUDINE gives fdtk relief. It's a liquid—Pleasant to take.—Adr. FRECKLES New U m Ttae U Crf M •< Th— Vjj SfU Tban's ao Mm the allahtcct DM) of IWU « ashamed of yuar (rcMm. u Othln*—-double ■treacth—to guaranteed to feasor* these bomelr Simply get u ounce ot Othlne—4ouU« atrengtb—from your druggist, and apply a little of It night und morning and you should soon see that even the worst freckles hire begun to dis- appear, while the lighter ones bare vanished en- tirely. It to seldom that Bore than oue ounce Is needed to completely clear the skin and gala a beautiful clear complexion. Be sure to aak for the double strength Othln« aa this is sold under guarantee of m...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Carrollton Chronicle — 26 July 1918

■'r* CARROLLTON CHRONICLV msmNGTmra J5IDELIGAT5 And Probably Sam Got His Lunch at Some Time jmASHINGTON.—A horse drawing a light wagon ran amuck the other day. fT He must have been thinking of that clover pasture at home, for he galloped over asphalt with the irresponsible Joyousness of a colt and wat ■lipping around the corner when an apflung hoof caught In the harness and sprawled him on the street. The driver jumped out and, assisted by a passer-by, unbuckled the animal from the shaft. And then a crowd swarmed. One of two women pausing on the fringe of the commotion begun voicing a sympathetic wall: voh, the poor horse—the poor borse 1" "You better be thinking of poor Sem! Come on. He'll miss his lunch If you don't hurry." But the sympathetic wailer didn't want to hurry. wasn't that kind. "The poor thing looks as If he had broken his leg—Won't It be awful If they have to—You haven't got a bit of pity in you, Jinnie Blank." "Never you mind what I haven't got! You come along with t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Carrollton Chronicle — 26 July 1918

mm j l J § •• ¥ ■ 1 % CARBOLLTON CHRONICLE A MESSAGE TO THE flATION Nature has implanted in ev- ery human being a seiv.se of justice. This sense of natural justice does not emanate from any religion or creed; it is the common possession of human- ity. It constitutes the one treat distinguishing mark be- tween man and the animal. And the more highly educated, the more highly refined a man becomes, the stronger is his sense of natural justice. We condemn a violation of natural justice, not because we learn from a man or a book that such an action is worthy of condem- nation. but because it violates that conception of justice which was born in us. We do not have to be told that it is wrong to torture a helpless child. We do not have to be told that it is wrong to go to- a farm house and burn it to the ground, torture its in- mates, and then throw them in- to the burning ruins of their own home. Such things are repugnant to our sense of nat- ural justice. It is this elementary attri- bu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Carrollton Chronicle — 2 August 1918

m ml 1 H o 8 1 c I VOL. XIV CARROLLTON, DALLAS CO., TEXAS. FRIDAY, AUGUST 2. 1918 NUMBER 41 The Home Regiment Those of us who are at home can join the "Home Guard Regiment," which should be composed of every man, woman and child in this and other communities. This Home Guard should be organized for several great purposes. First to win the war. Second to offer all the support we can to our Allies. Third to be prepared to assist the wounded when they -return. To be an acceptable member of this Home Guard you should Save and Buy Liberty Bonds and W. S. S. This will enlist you in National Service, help to back up our fighting boys in France and be prepared for the reconstruction days, where opportunities will be lurk* ing. Identify yourself with this bank—the home bank —which is /or you and for the community. We li|<e to serve you. Command us. First State B&nk E. W. Broadhurst, Cashier Carrollton, Texas FARMERS MEETING " * v MONDAY AUG. 5, 2 P M. Mr. Moore, who is working: in s c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Carrollton Chronicle — 2 August 1918

• "n-|THHIMK III I1IWII ail Mill I f 1 t. ' I i I I I i GEN. FERDINAND FOCH 1 CARROLLION CHRONICLE Gen. Ferdinand Foch has been put In supreme command of the armies of the allies on the western front. He gained great fame In the battle of the Marne. and Is considered France's beat strategist He la, chief of the French general staff. GERMANS ARE FORCED FARTHER NORTHWARD ATTEMPT TO HAl T AT FERE-EN- TARDENOIS, BUT ALL!ES 8TART THEM AGAIN. Paris.—The German withdrawal from the lower part of the Marne sal- ient continued Monday, though at no great apeed. Official and other re- ports during the day Indicated that the allied lines had been pushed northward from two to four mileB since Saturday night, the greater ad- vance being on the western half of the southern side of the salient where the forces pursuing the Germans are largely made up of Americans. The French are following up the enemy oa the eastern half of the line. In falling back before the Americans the Germans have the advantag...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Carrollton Chronicle — 2 August 1918

CARROfXTON CHRONTCLF V Wfm m RAINBO¥J END A NOVEL. Aumoa or Z33f //?CW 772A/Z. " '77f£<£PO/LEB<§ " "HEART OF771£<Stf&£r~£lT. copvm&hr, ay harper, and brothers. 4 O'REILLY'S HOPES OF FINDING AND RESCUING ROSA RE- CEIVE A CRUSHING BLOW Synopsis*—Don Esteban Varona, rich Cuban planter, hides his money and Jewels and the secret of the hiding place is lost when he and the only other person who knows it are killed. Donna Isabel, step- mother of the Varona twins—Esteban and Rosa—searches vainly for years for the hidden treasure. Johnny O'Reilly, an American, loves and is loved by Rosa. Donna Isabel falls to her death in an old well while walking In her sleep. Esteban's connection with the Cuban Insurrectos is discovered and he and Rosa are forced to flee. O'Reilly, In New York on business, gets a letter from Rosa telling of her peril and he starts for Cuba. I'ancho Cueto, faithless manager of the Varona estates, betrays Esteban and Rosa, leading Colonel Cobo, notorious Spa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Carrollton Chronicle — 2 August 1918

rarr^'aaimi ■il k p r* i ^v ■ ?' hw if/.''C.y. £& 4 '■ r fei *•< v r 'I# f. '* '# [if vj | jS f !' 1 f \ i f-I U l; i ;1 I -: ;•■. CAMOLLTON CHRONICLE THE CHR.ONICLE Jno. T. ftisiea. Editor aid Owmr. Published Every Friday. Entered at the Dostoffioe at Carroll ton, Texas as second-ciass matter. FRIDAY. AUG. 2, 1918 DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES For District Clerk: MATT L. COBB For District Attorney: J. WILLIS PIERSON For County Clerk: W. H. SKILES For Sheriff: JOHN BALDWIN For County Tax Collector: CHAS. A. TOSCH For State Senator 6th District: J. C. McNEALUS For Judge of the County Court of Dallas County at Law: T. A. WORK, Re election For County Commissioner, Dis- trict No. One: PORTER COCHRAN For Public Weigher, Prec. 2: A. J. WILLIAMSON For Constable, Proc. No. 2: J. W. FLOYD THE PRIMARY ELECTION RESULTS IN CARROLLTON The Carrollton box polled a total of 198 votes in the demo- cratic primary election of last Saturday. The results as shown by the returns are as follows: For United S...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Carrollton Chronicle — 2 August 1918

CARROLLTON CHRONICLE Tanoni Lmm*M among the hotye folks J • ) • 9 • 666 cures Chills and Fever. 666 cures by removing cause. See Hill Bros, to buy or sell mules. Miss Vera Perry was with home folks Sunday.. Misses Elsie and Fay Whitlbck visited in Frisco several days last week. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Chastain spent seueral days of last week visiting in McKinney. For Sale: Good sound work mule. Gentle to work anywhere. —A. W. Smith, Carrollton. Miss Willie Jackson of Dallas was.with home folks from Fri- <day until Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Amma Smith of Duncan, Okla., visited her aunt, Mrs. W. P. Horton, several days this week. Mr. and Mrs. Louie Schmahl of Dallas visited Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Longmire Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Jess Jones and little daughter, Marguret, of Garland is vititing her sister, Mrs. J. T. Rhoton this week. Mrs. Viola Bnxley and mother, Mrs. James Cox, spent several days of last week with Mrs. Ann Kennedy at Addison. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Smith of Mexia, Texas, spent ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Carrollton Chronicle — 2 August 1918

MM WmWi 11 Jfci r II i I IH9H CARROTXTON rHRONICL* . 7. Z" "■' •• "■I' ; / k j M . 'rj Calomel Users! Listen To Me! I Guarantee Dodson's Liver Tone HTour druggist givep back your money if it doesn't liven your liver and bowels and straighten you up without making you sick. WASfuN1 To J. % j 1 f. I Wi- ll I \ I (' t Ugh I Calomel makes yon sick. It's horrible I Take a dose of the dangerous drag tonight and tomorrow you may lose • day's work. Oalomet la mercury or Quicksilver Which causes necrosis of the bones. Oalomel. when it comes Into contact i f£th saw bile, trashes Into It, breaking It up. This is when you feel that awful nausea and cramping. If you are slug- gish sod "all knocked out," If your liver is torpid and bowels constipated •r you have headache, dizziness, coat- ad tongue, if breath Is bad or stomach sour. Just try a spoonful of harmless Dodson's Liver Tone tonight. Here's my guarantee—Go to any drag store and get a bottle of Dodson's liver TWie for a few cents. Tike a ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Carrollton Chronicle — 2 August 1918

ISifei TO CARROLLTON CHRONICLE IERICANS AGAIN PUSH GERMANS BACK PRUSSIANS ARE THROWN OUT OF SERGY AND CHA8ED TWO OR THREE MILES NORTH. '' . " 14 HUNS FAIL EAST OF RHEIMS Attempt to Recapture St. Euphraise la Defeated by Realatance of French Troopa. Farls.—Very little grcund In the Marne salient changed hand's during the fighting reported Tuesday, but the greater part of it is credited to the allied armies. Dispatches are not as clear as they might be, but recording them on the war map shows that the Germans managed to regain eight or ten square miles and that the allies l took away from them something like 15 or 20. The German resistance Tuesday was much greater than at any time since Friday, and in addi- tion it appears they attempted some counter-attacks. According to a Lon don story, the counter-attacks netted the Germans the towns of Beugneux, near Grand Rozoy, on the west side of the salient, and Cierges, in the lower southern part of the salient, southeast of Pere-en-Tardenois...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Carrollton Chronicle — 2 August 1918

' mm it t '•ARBOI.l.TOV CfVRONICLB What Are You Doing? j U a list were made of all those ln Europe who have been killed on the field of battle, and another of those who have died of starvation since the war began, the' latter list would be the longer, according to figures made public by the federal food Administration for Texas. The total number of deaths in action up to the first of the present year is approximately 4,250,000, while the total number of those who bave died (rom famine has been conservatively estimated at 4,750,000. Can we grasp the tragedy in these figures? Over four and one-half million men and women, young mothers and boys and girls, have been sacrificed to the,Wur-God. They have died in anguish, unknown and unsung. Perhaps the memory of their deaths would not forever fill us with horror if we could convince ourselves that those who died of starvation have not died ia vita, that by their sacrifice they have pushed the Allies a little nearer victory. But the loss o...

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