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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canton Herald — 11 June 1913

u K. i . <\r Ax '•4. m I * * §J Contort Successor to Van Zandt Enterprise One Dollar pt B8TABL18HED 1882 CANTON, VAN ZANDT COUNTY, TEX/ We're Here for Business and want your account. There are many reasons why you should bank with us. We conduct our bank on business principles. Our motto: "Not just as good, but best." Our highest* ideal is to give you the best ser- vice, and courteous and business- like treatment. We will appreciate your account 5*? Texas State Bank Canton, Texas The Senatorial Race Publiehejd Weekly by A, M. foster E8DAY, JUNE 11, 1913 VOL. XXXI, NO. M | under I non h a busi Van Zj bankin merely regula county s thfe jol:fi to Tylii while lo, the coo: througfj (* Personal and Otherwise A public reception in honor of the Canton school faculty will be held on the court house lawn tomorrow night, to which all friends and patrons of the school are invited. J. C. Marney, formerly in business here, is in town from Milfprd, Ellis county. The Good Roads committee is havi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canton Herald — 11 June 1913

$gflH :A '• ; - THE CANTON HERALD 1 A. M. FOSTER. Edltsr and Publisher CANTON. 1 r_ - TEXAS :T9. . MORAL INFLUENCE OF CLOTHES. Let not the flippant speak lightly of the suggestion that the way to re- form women In prisons Is to give them corsets and pretty clothes. The ieml> nine philosopher who propounded this road to redemption was entirely soand In saying that there Is no reform without self-respect, and the relation between self-respect and being well dressed Is Intimate, says the Philadel- phia Record. It was another feminine philosopher, one from Boston, who said that the consciousness of being well dreased Imparted a peace of mind which not even the consolations of re- ligion could give. The warden who thinks a woman Is no worse when a corset Is taken off her and no better when one Is put on, perhaps forgets that in his own prison the convicts do not wear striped clothes, and the wardens of some other penal lnstltu tions are putting on the convicts plain clothes under whic...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canton Herald — 11 June 1913

7 \ ssiHi fsERIAL^ L STORY ) mm My Lady sf Doubt By Randall Parrish Author of "Loom Undo* Firm," "hSy Lady of tho North" and othmr storiom illustrations by henry thiede It A, C. HoClUrg A Cu.. inn SYNOPSIS. t«nrl°nf vwFVce' on of Jud*e Law- (i Mri ^ 4| whose wife was a Leo. .pY"2u« mls8'«n by Oen. lev PnVL n> after the winter at Val- form i a Disguised In a British unl- fln.T 5.?re?Ie a"lves within the enemy's ■ nrt ... Major attends a great fete Stole' w L?dy ot th8 Bonded at Tob" He la,er meets the girl brilliant ball. Trouble la started hi. .w B- and Lawrence Is urged by oft f^hler^ Mistress Mortimer (The I.ady T «-?. Blended Rose), to make his escape. n™Jt>ncf ? detected as a spy by Captain fht Army, who agrees .. h.® duel ls stopped by Grant's *nd the spy makes a dash for •"""Wing a river following a nar- M,caP«- >r'le Major arrives at the ■ hop of a blacksmith, who Is friendly, and l!Xe Lndy of ,he Blended Rose. .-.V.u ^ ant and rangers search black- smith shop In vai...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canton Herald — 11 June 1913

p* Bn! $ 1 I — With Bat and r fi • ffc®*; i f, £ -■■ ?Jp -FOR- All Kinds Meats and Ice GO TO THE Hath is Bros. Market 3%rS3i) 'SS %EZ3i$53i%S!2t- *SS& •Sacrificing FatKer The Canton ball te Ben Wheeler Thursday 16 to-3 victory. "The lii composed of Lewis La* i Marshall, Horace Hil. ! Mathis, Dewey Peace, l Homer Hilliard, Grady j Riley McAnnally. Hori ! went along as coach. 1 j shall. Lewis Lawler ning was Bruce Cotton a Reliable Crop d and hames £&<; Mar- an„ Grady Recently a Fort Worth congregation was making a contribution to send a young missionary from chat city to China. The amount sought was $6000, (or one year's expenses. When all but $25 ol this sum had been pledged the aged father of the young missionary, who is a retired minister, offered to donate the remaining 926." Sobs mingled with "amens" when the pastor re- fused to accept the contribution, saying, "you have given the boy—that's enough—let us send him." Notice of Sheriff's 8ale—Tax 8uits Tbe state of Texa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Canton Herald — 11 June 1913

iix , V. & i>Ck>OC<X® # 4 | 1913 | # i, "" |g$i ][ will be happier and more & prosperous for you if you $ let us assist you with pure drugs and properly filled prescriptions It Pleases Us to Please You Palace Drug Store Di. C. P. Smith, Proprietor Sad Indictment q/" Church An attendant at the recent meeting of the Southern Baptist'convention is quoted as follows: "The thing that impressed me most was the fact that the secretai^ reported no increase in the membership ■of the Southern Baptist church. What impressed me .still more was the fact that the number of converts were on the decrease. "Why is it'," he asked, that the Southern Baptist con- vention, with the b^st equipped ministry in its history, ■did not show an increase in the number of souls saved? "There wad another significant fact at the convention. 'While we showed no inorease in the number of converts, vre showed an increase of 511,000,000 in church property. Shame on the church that they should build fin...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Canton Herald — 11 June 1913

■' < vy'1'' ' ■ Lit at; THE CHILDREN !VALUE OF WELL-TRAINED DOG tSaagle Hound, Not Much Bigger Than Big Rat Terrier, Distinguishes Himaelf on Hunt. (By ISAAC MOTICfl. > Laat summer when on a vacation trip to the old borne I had a never- to-be-forgotten Saturday afternoon iaquirrel hunt, which opened my eyes ito the value of a well-trained dog. a 4og trained on one kind of animal. 1A neighbor boy owned one of these 'beagle hounds, not much larger than' • big rat-terrier. My youngest brother had hr.d a tgood deal *o say to me during tbe ep.r- V ; "Steady." Her part of my visit, about this won- derful little dog, so one afternoon he borrowed the dog; for a squirrel hunt In the woods near town. I went along more to please my brother than because I expected much success, for I did not believe we could And any squirrels so near town. Beside I did not think the wood was very good squirrel hunting- ground, even If It had been at a dls-' tance from town, for the land was flat and poor,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Canton Herald — 11 June 1913

mp®. Backache Is aWarning Thousands suffer kidney ills unawares —not knowrng that the backacHe. head- aches,and dull, nerv- ous, diszy. all tired condition are often due to kidney weak- ness alone. 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 Pills have been cur- ing backache and sick kidneys for over fifty years. "Mlvr, Ptclun ' ' TMt A North Dakota Cut Ml*. 0. J. Tyler, CauJo, N. P., mti: "Mr feet and llmba were swollen una 1 couldn't deep on aooonntof kidney weaknwl. Mr back wu lam* and sore and 1 felt miserable. Itoan'■ Kidney HI 11a cared tne and when 1 have had occasion to use them alaco, they hare never tailed ma." Cot Doom's ot Air Store. 50* a Boa DOAN'S v.liv FOSTER-MIX-BURN CO., BUFFALO. N. Y. SPECIAL TO WOMEN Do you realize the fact that thousand! of women are now using A Soluble Antiseptic Powder as a remedy for mucous membrane af- fections, such as sore thr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Canton Herald — 11 June 1913

ma f iv ..r , >>> a - I ? •'# * ^ t 5 > L* ' ,; 1 1 I I" I 11 fc M, - * I I &■".:*■ ■ m m PRICE'S i nc. he ire rulers" CREAM Baking Powder Received the highest award at Chicago World'* Faff With Tundra People Tundra, June 9.—A. W. McLe- more's baby is much better, but the little babe of Rube Carmichael is very low. Rev. T. M. Post filled his ap- pointment here Saturday and Sun- day. Marlin Burns and Wylie and Arthur Fugate and Misses Lillie Sides, Metta Burns and Coma Ste- gall ate dinner with Hiram Everette and wife near Ben Wheeler Sun- day. G. W. Stringer and family and Walter Black and wife, from below Martins Mill, spent Saturday night and Sunday with LiUf Pruitt and family. A very large crowd attended the memorial services here Friday. Rev. J. F. Everett made a fine talk in the morning and then din- ner was spread for everybody. In the afternoon the yard was let to the lowest bidder, which was B. J. Davis, for $39.50. Ben H. Ward and family, of Willow Springs, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canton Herald — 25 June 1913

\ I (J a Canton Successor to Van Zandt Enterprise One Dollar per Year Published Weekly by A. M. Foster ESTABLISHED 1882 CANTON, VAN ZANDT COUNTY, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 25, 1913 VOL. XXXI, NO. 52 / We're Here for Business and want your account. There are many reasons why you should bank with us. We conduct our bank on business principles. Our motto: "Not just . as good, but best." Our highest ideal is to give you the best ser- vice, and courteous and business- like treatment. ' ' t % ■ -V We will appreciate your account Texas vState Bank Canton, Texas FARri FACTS By Peter Radford, President Farmers'Union 'Tis a wise farmer that knows his own soil. y < Mortgages are far too popular as cov- er crop. Because a bad habit exists is no sign it is right. Farmers succeed only through ability, energy, co-operation and useful effort. • •; s i The know-it-all in agriculture is like frcit—t|>e socnee fipc the^soenest spoiled. Reduced to its lowest termr good farming is good reading! good ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canton Herald — 25 June 1913

;*r^' A * THE CANTON HERALD A. M. FOSTER, Editor and PublUhtr CANTON. ~ ~ - TEXAS A* a usual tiling, a knock doesn't a hit Tim* to begin to tare up for that Summer vacation. Ia It woman's dress that needs re- form or tiu theory of dress? All tfe« dandelion asks Is a bare Chance. It doesn't need any encour- agement In the bright lexicon of modern youth there Is no such word like onto "kale." 8U11, you cannot Induce automobll- lata to admire that fable of the tor- toise and the hare. With the best of onions at three cents a pound will there be enough' calf's liver to go around T Funny none of these lunch counter proprietors have ever hit upon the- Idea of serving hasty pudding. Minnesota has a man who traveled 170 miles without clothes, but tha *raa carrying dress reform too far. If Irate golfers slew every distracting dog that crossed the green, one \ould truly say they never sausage links. Capture of that aeroplane destined for use in the Mexican war doubtless saved the life of at l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canton Herald — 25 June 1913

✓ *,i . W' t ^ERIAL^ 1 story ) My Lady sf Doubt m By Randall Parrish Author of "Lov4 Undmr Firi," "My Lady of tho North'* and othor stones IDsDeDeDsgi ILLUSTRATIONS BY HENRY THtEDE Oupjf right, A. C. MuClurg ± Co., UU. SYNOPSIS. Major Lawrence, son of Juilpre Law- rence of Virginia, whoso wife was a Lew, Is sent on a perilous mission by Gen. Washington. Just after the winter at Vnl- Jey Koige. Disguised In a British uni- form Lhwrence arrives within the enemy's Major attends a great fete ;«n<l saves the "Lady of the Blended ^Roso" from mob. He later meets the girl fat a brilliant ball. Trouble Is started lover a waltz, and Lawrence Is urged by !hlr - — - - of its ll V 1 " Iron jpcn 'hi- lt on I to |prc- :ar> hmt |Helr :hey I con- front jtlsh- |ient. they O'll |thrj' not not Ire is Holy the s. to do (Iron about ->n no* ioun<1 ldron rdins hould te to the now iot <nn ample lience ■ ronoo In its in the n his ir par- to whose v love before read- Will ey and id tho Will PSS...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canton Herald — 25 June 1913

MG& 36 -<#** .*■ ••"V ■ * -FOE- All Kinds Meats and Ice beauty or failed to.«xt>ret«8 it; who has always locked for the best in others and given the best he had; whose life was an in* spiration, whose death was a benediction." GO TO THE flathis Bros. Market What Is Success? A prize of $250 was awarded to the following as an answer to the above: "He has achieved success who has lived well, laughed often and loved much; who has gained the respect of intelligent men and the love of little ohildren; who has filled his niche and accomplished his task; who has left the world better than he found it, whether by an improved poppy, a perfect poem or an improved soul; who has never lacked appreciation of earth's 15hQ SoutH's Greatest Newspaper The Semi- Weekly Record Fort Worth, Tlx as in addition to subscribing for your home paper, whioh you oan- not afford to be without, you must have a high*class general newspaper. Aa a trustworthy family paper, The Semi« Weekly Fort Worth Reoord...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Canton Herald — 25 June 1913

1913 will be happier and more prosperous for you if you let us assist you with pure drugs and properly filled prescriptions It Pleases Us to Please You Palace Drug Store Di. C. P. Smith, Proprietor i>ooooo<i^o<>^<i>co<^o<i About Bank Overdrafts r— "A usage to allow customers to overdraw and have their checks and notes charged up without present funds in the bank, stripped of all technical disguise, the usatte and practice, thus attempted to be sanctioned, is a usage and practice to misapply the funds of the bank: and to connive at the withdrawal of same, without any security, in favor of certain privileged persons. Such a usage and practice is surely a manifest departure from the duty, both of the directors and cashier, as cannot re- ceive any countenance in a court of justice. It could not be supported by any vote of the directors, however formal; and therefore, whenever done by the cashier, is at his own peril and upon the responsibility of him* self and hi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Canton Herald — 25 June 1913

Br w F 1 i V L \ , IF'" mr k 3 *■ "> H|- •:. \% * , • TO PASTEURIZE MILK Most Effectually Done in Bottles in Which Received. Ooed Results May Be 3ecured by Us- ing Ordinary Tin Pall With Pit Plata Inverted to Permit Cir- culation of Water. (By J. P. FRAND8EN.) Milk can be pisteurlzed most ef- ficiently In the bottles In which it It received. To de this a small tin pall with a perforated false bottom can be uaed. If a special pall is not at hand, the same results can be secured by ualng an ordinary tin pall with an in- ■f:': in Arrangement for Pasteurizing Milk. verted pie tin placed in the bottom of !the same. This false bottom is placed 'in the pall so as to permit circulation of water and prevent bumping of the (bottles. An accurate thermometer should be placed In the water or in one of the bottles. Set the bottles of Imllk in the pail and fill with water inearly level with the milk in the bot- tles. Place the pall with the milk 'bottles on the stove and heat until the 'thermom...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Canton Herald — 25 June 1913

«r \ Cornerfify (Juniorj COOO STORY WITH A MORALi Excellent Illustration Showing That Nobody Amounts to Much Who Doesn't Hustle. There was a large Thomas cat that had its habitation in a store, the To- peka Capital says. It was reported to ,be a fine blooded animal from a family of distinguished rat destroyers. The cat was a beauty and everybody round the store took a turn at furnishing grub suited to the taste of u blooded oat. It was observed, however, that there was no reduction of the rat or mice population, and the proprietor of the store commenced to inquire into the reason why. lie first tried the cat on a rat that had been caught in a trap, but the feline expressed no interest or animation. He looked at the rat and then walked away. The storekeeper •was disappointed, but not entirely dis- couraged. He thought perhaps that cat's specialty was mice, and as he had a mouse or t^-o that had been caught alive in a trap, he turned them loose in front of the cat, but it paid no more...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Canton Herald — 25 June 1913

■ • • v -rij • -- .,-v <--r . , v. E i J|§ ■ ' V 1 * '•• PRKTS *S\. K«& \. I jrcSfr' § $ MP K A pure, wholesome, reliable Grape of Tartar Baking Powder, the flavor rand adds to jiH _ m m the food. Around Martins Martins Mill, June 23.—The drouth still continues. Corn is (ailing fast and gardens are about burned up. Mrs. Joe Wallace waa sick last week, also Miss Edna Corley was mighty sick. The little infant of Malcom Mo Eachern and wife died Thursday morning and was buried at Holly Springs Friday afternoon. " Vernon Cates's little two-year, old boy died week before last and waa buried at Prairie Springs. Rev. H. P. Davis filled his ap- pointments Thursday to Sunday. Revs. Hines and Christian preached Sunday. "Uncle Reuben" Summerell had his residence overhauled last week The railroad question is getting mighty warm, so? :e having already heard the whistle blowing. Pros- pects are very flattering. Edgar Reid lost a fine mare Sunday. Hymon' Mann ia in very feeble health, having...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canton Herald — 2 July 1913

; mmem ■ , k: '••• mr vHHKii ';:f • V' Canton Herala Successor to Van Zandt Enterprise One Dollar per Year Published Weekly by A. M. Foster V ¥s; ESTABLISHED 1882 CANTON, VAN ZANDT COUNTY. TEXAS, WEDNE8DAY, JULY 2, 1013 h y- m you CAN BANK We're Here for Busirtess and want your account. There are many reasons why you should bank with us. We conduct our bank on business principles. Our motto: "Not just as good, but best." Our highest ideal is to give you the best ser- vice^, and courteous and business- like treatment. We will appreciate your account E5® Texas State Bank Canton, Texas School Census figures Wants Intefurban " The Terrell Transcript in every issue publishes an arti- cle or two from the pen of some prominent citizen under the heading, "What Terrell Needs." Dr. ~f. P. Davis, for- merly of Canton, contributes an excellent paper on Ter- rell's water proposition. In his article, Dr. Davis gives a little boost to our iriterurban project: It is almost a certain fact that Terre...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canton Herald — 2 July 1913

■TT~" ■ THE CANTON HERALD A. M. FO( CANTON. A. M. FOSTER, Editor and Publisher T~ . TEXAS Occasionally the limelight appears to be a sort of X-ray. However, the green postal carls will not have a little bow behind. Remember that a swat In time may save nine funerals and then some. Now Cubist gowns are being worn. Is life to be one long horror aftor another T Speaking of sirens and Loreleis, there Is the seduttlve voice of the In- dustrious hen. Our fellow worker inquires, "What la worse than a gloomy day?" Candid- tjr, two of them. Anyway, before woman's dress Is standardised something worth while should be evolved. When a man is not a baseball fan % Is safe to assume that he Is either • poet or a gtlf player. What's become of the old fashioned woman who used to coerce her hus- band with a rolling pin? There Is a bit of a riot going on among the Chinese to decide which *ne is father of his country. Philadelphia man slept eleven dayi and thought It one. Such a case could only develop...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canton Herald — 2 July 1913

I i-'m o SERIAL STORY My Lady sf Doubt By Randall Parrjsh Author of "Loom Under Firm/' "My Lady of thm North" and othmr mtorimm rae-Dc-noDcDl illustrations by HENRY THIEDE u Copj nghl, A. C. McClur* & Co., WU. SYNOPSIS. Major I-awrenre, son of Judge Law- ■iV.e of Virginia, whoso wife was a L,ee. ta sent on a perilous mission by Gen. :Washlngton. Just after the winter at Val- [lay Forge. Disguised In a British Uni- term Lawrence arrives within the enemy'* lllnea. The Major attends a great fele land saves the "Lady of the Blended !Roso" from mob. He later meets the girl at * brilliant ball. Trouble la started svsr a waltz, and Lawrence Is urged by ... rtTr - ~ " ajils jwrence is detected as a spy t>y Captain his partner. Mistress Mortimer (The Lady at the Blended Rose), to make escape. irant of the British Army who agrees Ko a duel. The duel Is stopped by Grant's Viiends and the spy makes a dash for liberty, swimming a river following a nar- row escape. The Major arrives at the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canton Herald — 2 July 1913

1 All Kinds Meats and Ice {} 9 GO TO THE g Hath is Bros. Market ■-SE&2EM=Z'J=& -SB i-SSvSSvtSS-: SErvSc) -FOR j Oakland News Bulletin J I How to Win that $600.00 I Player Piano I s' I 01 L Solicit subscriptions and collections for the Canton Herald—two votes for each cent this week.' Call for lists and blanks Oakland. June 30.—A nice rain fell here Saturday afternoon. gv | The Sacred Harp singing was well attended Sunday. i Jessie Hallowell, of Corinth, vis- Kl ! ited here Sunday. ■Jg 1 . Miss Minnie Fincher entertained the young people with a singing last night. Marvin Currey has a new organ. Miss Sue Lamb spent Saturday j night and Sunday with home folk. George Tyler, who had been j visiting relatives near San Antonio, , returned Thursday, very sick, but is improving. Miss Dale White is visiting Misses Smith at Starr. Jess and William Herrin, of Grand Saline, visited at Rich Wheeler's Sunday. when Tuberculosis Threatens get fresh air, sunshine and ] above all the cell-buil...

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