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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collinsville Times — 7 August 1914

1 k 5 O a l ' ' ' j • ■■Vi> 38 S 3 © «, $ «&> £& €> <£<P"v: x«) <S<£a3 i ; C © • W w w & © <3. <3 « & © ® ; TINES ■* 4 Vol. XXIX, OOLUMVILLE, TEXAf, FRIDAY, AUG. 7, 1914. NO. 31 What more can you ? ? ? A Safe conserva- tive Bank in which t o deposit your money. A bank that takes a per- sonal interest i n your welfare and is willing to extend every courtesy possible. We Will Do Our Part Our business is mutual. You may need our help and we always need yours. Give us your acconut; we will treat you right. FIRST GUARANTY STATE BANK Collinsville, Texas THE BANK OF STEADY SERVICE ftlegro Kills Himself in Grayson County Jail John Perry, an aged negro who % was brought over from Denison a few days ago and placed in the county jail on a charge of lun icy and that night attempted suicide by cutting his throat from one ear'to-the othvii and also making thirteen other stabs on his body, cuttinpvJhis wrists, ankles, and arms, succeeded in killing him- s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collinsville Times — 7 August 1914

r ■M" >#*P*;* , •..««e. O iV.^; O is.tr « «W S8 «S8- :*S 9 Z Z. ?1 « V. • r*&>' ~*t. | n "T • t <".i* ■?. 1 4 *• l.;* ; * .L-' p*"' 7B-y>: h J r- ! ,,r5 - s V% • - •***" 2 i^p;3 ! $3 h%-| fs- « I, ■, THE COLLINSVILLE TIMES. BALL CAMPAIGN COST SMALL Expense Account 8howa That .If of $8,682.34 Was Expended^- . . '•ft' Dallas. Texas.—Showing the unils- aaljgr small total e*p«nee of $8,662.34, exclusive of par#onaI expenses of the candiffeie WWjUt, A. W. Walker, cam- paign manager for Col. Thomas IL BanJi^tMcafldidate l&MSsmk*. filed the expense account for the Hall state headquarters here. The total Is remarkably small, conjured with the heavy expense of a<maJoR|Jy of tbe^ gubernatorial candidate^ Oi the laet. 12 years. ' e receipts of th&JMI.hVidqMart- according to j^'ftVoW^fitement with thft Coonty ftdge. vfoh $8.- er fil 81465. ot uted by Cel. m'h i. i g. n. to pas ! t was Under T«rm* 0- York Majority Stock WHi be, Sold- $ew reached between the trustees of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collinsville Times — 7 August 1914

1)6 O 'o TIMES; GC> \ u? n srra v# i f ? i>*ii N 7 I -O Q •) SYNOPSIS. 4 —— ■ ~ fcwph • Hbttwp*,-' «• eniign In th* United States army, on. his way to Fort., Harmar, meets Simon Glrty, a renegade whose "niftid has been connected with all- • 2}anner ot atrocities, also headed for Fort Harmar, with a message from British general, Hamilton. """" *uldea him to tha fort. At Gei mar's headquarters Hayward meets . D'Auvray,-who professes to rocoralM although he has no recolleotlon of «ver- navlpjt seen her before. Hay ward volun- teer* to carry a massage for Harmar . to iOUU)RLanduskJ'! where Hamilton Is stationed. The northwest Indian tribes are ready "t?U' *or war and are only held back by the refusal of the friendly. Wyandots to Join. Tho latter are demanding the return of Wa-pa-tee-tah, a religious teacher, whom they believe to be ft prisoner. Hayward's mission Is to assure the Wyandots that the man is not held by the soldiers. - i ■ ' n*. CHAPTER 111—Continued. "Then there la bu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collinsville Times — 7 August 1914

*Y i * • 1^,.. *© - .i. ifrVV* * ♦*- -*V.r* $&: „ U v '.* if $ -,•■.. ■ • Jtl.. ' ! i . - I S '. 9h - I tV v/ . " H Mm «r I n - ■'$ ••V * - fev>^: ill •,/;, V: •?; • f - ?*lv 1 • Af i ^ * *-'u-■ 1 '• &&< y «• £ 1 f r " w> II j,> * niu«*^' ! •*> - <i . i>Vv.f © © C© © 4? Q cs~j OG3 O €3© © C3SG3 <SD © © THE GOLLMSVILLB TUCKS. o €IX^r~ © o CO Oo 0 ©<g> <£2£i> ©C«S Th« ColltnavUle TlmM E. L. CARROLL, Ed. and Pub. TUa paper has been entered at the pnwomce it ColuoaVtUe. Texan, as aeeond-olaaa matter. •e, SUBSCaiPTION: 1 Year. . Six Months Three Months IN ADVANCE $1.00 .50 .25 A DVEKTI81 NO RATES: Q Dtaplay adv It 1-1 cents per inch single col- nrnn euro insertion. DUvlnv mater Intended for front page will be charged a little in excess of the above rates. Cards of thanks, obituaries, announcements of publlu entertainments, and all matter oi like nature where an admission fee 1 chanted, will oe taken at a raie of S l-J cents per line each In...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Collinsville Times — 7 August 1914

*? o<& 0C5) o ©e2) WITH OUR COUNTY CORRESPONDENTS i LtliH4AA4iAAAAAA Cross Roads Mrs., Fullenwider and daugh- ter, Minnie, are visiting friends and relatives in Hunt county. Mr. Story and family of Hunt county, visited J. I. Meader and family last week. J. P. and V. R. Flowers and Tom Baker, leit Suaday morn- ing for Durant, Oklahoma, spend a few days. John Walker went to Gunter Friday. We are still having some warm weather and havu't seen any rain lately. Corn has made a omplete failure and cotton is needing rain bad. C. J. Walker and family and Vick Flowers and wife, went to Flowing Weils, fishing. Tiiey had great success in catching 1, one fish. Several of our people are take- mg in the big meeting at Ethel, this week. Health in this vicinity at this time is good. Ethel Echoes The protracted meeting at this place is growing in interest. Mrs. Witt Holesclaw of Cole- _ man, Oklahoma, and her sister, W Mrs. Slioemake, of Tioga, visited in our neighborhood the last of this wee...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Collinsville Times — 7 August 1914

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Collinsville Times — 7 August 1914

W* rtl ji « £3J/fIT aJJiVgKlvIvXOD ,'iHT iTOHOXXTSsmLE-TrMEs; ice - -~ J ? r n r)-i?r_« ^>-wrr - %■• .-- • «&>- jrr yr*o®t people who enjoy a frequent drink of beer or liquor fail to realize it's weak- ening effect ou the kidneys Kidney weakoeeg sets up baokaohe, hea , .P*1", aiertqusn^s, a (lisoraersof the uhue imd If uerfSoted lea to dropsy, grovel, juut- Ural's diseus£ ied with success all over the civilized orld. There's no other kldudy remedy well recommended. "" r. * / te. ,'A A?-a; i . 4 t.. ■ r. ™ ! *-■ njju i s uiseas#. In the eany stages kidney weakness can be corrected. Donu's Kidney Pills tone ana strengthen weak kidneys and are used with success all over the civilized world, • so A Texts Case .Bdloft, 4808 Rose St., Brun- Addition TTnii!«- ton, Tex., aaya: "I Buffered intensely from gravel and l rpassed uvwnl largr "Stone* Dooti'b Kid- ney Pills were rec- ommended to ms anU-; I sot a supply. Thor aeon removed tho pain and lameness from my back and •*tl **««w &...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Collinsville Times — 7 August 1914

• T . U, - v\\%i J'iv-1 ' 1 © e> <a © • A <*) ■ -VVT. J • i ■■. if j r:*i ■ ■ ff I f " ! i; I 1 A*r/-s 1 1 i. . I " m u Ts: i"- \ Us*** f if 1} ®: "T * F> 1 i % j-w,; ,r ^ \$J I ,1 '. > h ■, A< ' - ■- S Sfe# §£*. ;3 , ■- jigagi* O 9 B o o © ^ © ® © O (. y o O THE COLUNSV1LLB TIMES lltlMllill Milt !**« < < ♦♦♦<' LOCAL AND PERSONAL NEW8. Jesse Duncan is viiiting bis uncle, E. H. Hood, here this week. 3 large loaves of Vienna Butter Nntt Bread for 25c at J. M. Jar- man's E, H. Hood and family went to Dallas, Fort Worth, Waxahachie; and visited at May pearl, Texas. Drink Ray's bottled oda water, sold at Jarman's Cafe. Miss Mattie Lightfoot, of Ka- veina, was here this week for a visit with her cousin, Mrs. J. W. Howell. FOK **1^ — One new, double disc sulky at a bargain.—J. W. Ay cock. E H. Hood and family and nephew, went to Sherman Tue- day to attend the Old Settlers Reunion. Phone us when in need of sta- tionery or advertising. Albert Belote and wife, of Sa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collinsville Times — 19 July 1918

§r THE COLLINSVILLE TIMES * Volume 34>. Collinsville, Grayson County, Texas, Friday, July 19, 19-8. Number 25 Keith Dry Goods Co. ; is the place to buy your Dry Goods, for we sell the best merchandise for the least money. Keith Dry Goods Co. IV OTICE You will find W. P. Strickland at . as barn north of Main St. near the Depot. He has plenty oi Oats, Chops, Shorts, Bran, * Meal and Hay. / , - h - ■jaj&i &£328Eaan . .: ^ GROCERIES We keep a fresh stock of Groceries at lowest prices We have plenty of Fruit Jars for your fruit. We keep fresh Fruit and Vegetables. J. B. Burgin mnwiHi-m.-.mjwBiiinnh. R. L. (BOB McGINNIS Announces For Sheriff R. L. (Bob) McGinnis announc es for the office of Sheriff of Grayson county, Texas, subject to the action of the Democratic primaries, uuly 27, 1918. Bob was born in Georgia, came to Grayson county when only a lad of 16, and has resided here ever since. His first farming in Tex- as was on halves, by thirft and energy he has became one ©f th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collinsville Times — 19 July 1918

THE COLLINSV1LLE TIMES. © *^BS5r HEAD OF GIANT BUSINESS "Who's Teagle? This wns n ques- tion generally asked when it was an- notiiiceii iliat Waller Clark Teagle liad been chosen president of tlie Standard Oil company of New Jersey, the world's greatest oil refiners since tlie disintegration of the original Standard Oil company. Aside front his business associates and personal friends few had ever heard of Teagle. lie is only thirty-nine years old, and his success in life has been due to in- dustry and the careful training of his mind in absorbing Infinite detail. In Cleveland, where he wns born on May 1, 1878, both he and his fam- ily were known perhaps as well as any citizen of that community. Mr. Teagle's father, who was of English birth, became interested In the oil business and It was In his father's ofllces that Walter Teagle as a boy re- ceived his first business inspirations ami instructions. He entered Cornell university when eighteen years of nge, and three years later was...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collinsville Times — 19 July 1918

THE TIMES Collinsviile, Texas 0. E. and I). U. Hukfakek, Publishers. Also Publishers of the P0TTSB0R0 TIMES "Jniereii in the po.sto.lice at C.)l!in vill<j 'exas, as second-dtiss mail matter. Entered in the Post Office at Pottsboro as second class mail matter Friday July 5th 1918 Subscription Kates i trie year Six Montlis 50 •wecial clubbing rates with all lending weekly papers and magazines. AII advertisements run until or- t; .'red out. Volunteer Fire Company We the undersigned business i lenof Collinsviile agree to give • •ar moral and financial support i > collinsviile Volunteer Fire i opartment under John Ham- j tond as chief. Said Hammond so look after ali fire fighting ap- paratus and keep it in order. Said Ii ;-e department to work free of change except as to volunteer con tvibution made up after each fire! J. S.Carlton, W. P. Strickland L. W. K*ith Mitchell, vV. V. l-\ ;p!irey, deCordova, J W. Aycock, N aylor Bros. G E. VV'ooten, P. T. Shores J, 13. Burgin, J H. Wp1>...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collinsville Times — 19 July 1918

THE COLLINSVILLE TIMES. o o o o o GO OC3 O Trust Me! Try Dodson's Liver Tone! Calomel Harms Liver and Bowels Read my guarantee! Liven your liver and bowels and get straightened up without taking sieken- ing calomel. Don't lose a day's work! OQ CD The Wiry of Sport Styles o o o crz> There's no -reuHou why u person should take sifkeuint;, salivating ralo- niel when a few cents buys a large buttle <>f I o«i*on'* Liver Tone—a per- fect substitute for calomel. It is a pleasant, vecctahle lloni.l which will start your liver Just as surely us calomel, hut It doesn't make you sick and can not salivate. Children and grown folks can take Dodson's Liver Toue, because it is perfectly harmless. Calomel is a dangerous drug. It is Sam* at United States. Two privates ha<l be^n discussing the French language. Silence felt be- tween them tor a minute, when one spoke uti and asked: "Say, what's camouflage in French?" mercury and attacks your hones. Take a dose of nasty calomel today and yo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Collinsville Times — 19 July 1918

THE COLLINSVILLE TIMES. 1 • I • O © © • The Confessions of a German Deserter Copyright by Dauolt Free Proa Written by a Prussian Officer Who Participated in the Ravaging and Pillaging of Belgium CHAPTER VIII—Continued. —11— Other field kitchens were near by. flPhey had prepared more food than their companies needed. Many for whom they hud cooked will never eat again. We were Invited to come and get whatever we wanted. We had scarcely finished eating when we had to march on. Presently we were joined by more members of our company. Our captain appeared. One of our officers reported to him the number missing. He stepped in front of the company and said cheerfully, "Good morning, men," although It was seven o'clock In the evening. A growl was the only response. We were then ordered to go to the wagons standing at the north side of the town, where each man was to supply himself with cartridges and- three hand grenades. We gathered at the wagons at 9:30 o'clock and each man took 500 car- ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Collinsville Times — 19 July 1918

o We have opened a first class Garage on the North Side of the Square nnd invite you to bring your cars to us when they need repairing. We have the very b- st mechanics and can do your work at a reasonable price, and will guarantee satisfaction. We Specialize on Ford Repairing Quick Service Day or Night o We ^re agents for the Inter-State, Harroun, Columbia Six. Also New Fords for sale. Service Cars in connection, will take you anywhere at anytime. GIVE US A TRIAL Scarce & Hoou Mechanics. TELEPHONE No 136 We have our store packed from Floor to Ceiling with Furniture, Bought before the last big advance in prices. It will pay you to see our goods and get our prices before you buy. J. S. Carlton We sell Campbell's Qual ity Paints, Beaver Board and Asbestos Roofing that is sold with a guar- antee. Lyon-Gray Lumber Co. J. W. Steer, Manager. Collinsville, Texas I The Democratic Official Ballot Thru the kindness of ^lr. W L Hay. the chairman of county democratic Kxecutive committee we ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Collinsville Times — 19 July 1918

THE COLLINSVILLE TIMES. • !• ford Owners Attention! A POSITIVE CURE FOR Oil PUMPERS Ever- Tyte Ford SPECIAL PISTON RINGS stop all carbon deposits urni fouled spark plugs. Increase compression and speed wonderfully. r*T FOB THKSSKMTC4 151 gU HniTHH i * SiVlXU ID UibOLl.M ASi> OIL Guaranteed to do the work or your money back. $8.00 PER SET OF 8 RINGS HVK-Tvtks made in all sizps for auto, tractor and gasoline enuinei. Ask your nearest dealer or write THE EVE* TIGHT PISTON RING COMPANY Dtptrtacit P. ST. 1001S. H« *■—y—————m -yrn Much Depends. Bllllo— Brown is a great pianist. Milly—Hops ho piny while people eat >r wliile they taik?—Town Topics. LIFT OFF CORNS! Drop Freezone on a touchy corn, then lift that corn off with fingers Doesn't hurt a'hit! Drop u littl* Freezone on an aching corn, instantly that corn stops hurting, then you lift It right out. Yes, magic! No humbug! An Austrian travel bureau, with :t capital of .$300.00(1, has been organized chiefly in preparation for post-...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Collinsville Times — 19 July 1918

I msm I " • i A NEW FEATURE —-E-xclu ive >vilh Gordon TT.o cw ity'.e Cor J ia S-at Cover ii made in ll: c pi"'-?—tct iUuJtration. Notice how the b cl; 'rclion overlap* on the aria rest tec- tior. . Ksch J*rtica !ili independent of the olScr two, overlapping at the corner*. 1 liis provide* a "give ar.d take" which cares for variations in upholitery of cars of the tame make ard model—it a«sure a perfect lit. This overlap enable* you to iran tack in full erlovment of the drrp uphol !cry liecause it yields to every movement. It prevrrts tear- ing the f.ibric or pulling loose fror.s ihc fasten- ings. When you get up the ovnhp Sak.s up the fuliiess ajali so the ccvtrs fit perfectly. Better fit—belter arper.tar.ee- ftit—easy to put on. com"!-.-!* com- r^ORDON Seat Covers improve the appearance of your ear—make it look neat, clean and more truly worthy of you. Gordons are economical—save cleaner's bills on motor togs and add more than their cost to the resale value of your car. They are ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collinsville Times — 26 July 1918

> ) < I I ♦) If) % Is THE COLLINSVILLE TIMES Volume 34. Collinsville, Grayson County, Texas. Friday, July 26. 1918. Number 26 -I—".I'M ' ."ua ."-u— ntsasow Keith Dry Goods Co. is the place to buy your Dry Goods, for we sell the best merchandise for the least money- Keith Dry Goods Co. NOTICE You will find W. P. Strickland at his barn north of Main St. near the Depot. He has plenty of Oats, Chops, Shorts, it ran, Meal and Hay. a ■. -.ssa mmmauBama GROCERIES We keep a fresh stock of Groceries at lowest prices We have plenty of Fruit Jars for your fruit. We keep fresh Fruit and Vegetables. J. B. Burgin Jennings Show The Jennings Tent "show un- der the management of John Jennings, played ouy little city every night last week. The Company is composed of four- teen of tie finest Ladies xand Gentle;pe;s, the editor has ever raer. „ ft very plav was E od, and was enjoyed I>y all the people that visited the show. Their vaudeville act3 were n-w. The oi cheat) a kept good music throug...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collinsville Times — 26 July 1918

0G THE COLLINSVILLE TIMES. O SCO American and Canadian Officers Visiting London Also Fleeced by Sharpers. GIRLS ARE USED AS DECOYS International Coterie Using Private House* for Games Operates Un- disturbed—Tragedy of an Avia- tor's Wife—Women Worse Than Men. Londot >—1There i>; u man living in retirement In one of those fine, up- standing old Jacobean manor houses, not fifty miles from London ; a model country squire, popular with his tea- tints, it thoroughgoing sportsman, who rides to hounds most religiously and entertuin.s on the most lavish scale, lie cun afford it. His annual income is somewhere in the $100,(XH) line. Yet before the war this particular man hadn'4 a penny to his name. The secret of his extraordinary suc- cess lay in quiet, sumptuously fur- nished back rooms lii quiet, comnion- pluce houses In those somber streets that nestle, in and around Mayfalr. Chemiri de fer, poker, faro, sometimes a roulette wheel, and the gilded idlers of old British aristocracy wo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collinsville Times — 26 July 1918

G G" O THE TIMES Collinsville, Texas 0. E. and D. R. Huffaker, Publishers. Also Publishers of the P0TT3B0R0 TIMES tintered iu liie iwsto.'Iioe at Collinsville Texas, as seconti-da>" mail matter. Subscription Kates One year $1.00. Six Months 50 Special clubbing rates with all leading weekly papers and magazines. All advertisements run until or- dered out. ' ANNOUNCEMENTS The Times is authorized to announce the following names, subject to the action of the Democratic Primary, July 27,1918 For District Judge (15 Judical District) SILAS HARE For County Judge J. P. LESLIE DAYTON B. STEED For Tax Collector— D. R. (Dolth) VAUGHAN J. h. (JIM) JOHNSON For Sheriff T W. ROBERTS R. B. PARSONS R. L. (Bob) McGlNNIS For Superintendent Public School." W. N. HOLLEY GEO W ACTON For Commissioner Precinct No 3 OSCAR GUNTER For Justice of the Peace—Precinct No. 5 M. FAULKNER \ For Public Weigher—Class 1 Precinct 5 W. J. HUFFAKER Mrs. Burns' Letter Here is a letter a that is certain to prove of intere...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collinsville Times — 26 July 1918

o o THE COLLINSVILLE TJMES. 1 ■HiakMttobl mtxrssr Tkt Stronc Withitand tha Heat of .Better Than lh« Wiapk " °.<- OM people wbo are feeble ul yunacer peoplt koare weak will be strengthened scd mib'-d to pnril bole j - litliar FRECKLES Nav It tka Tim U Cat Ki4 af TWte Ugly Sfati Tbetv'e ao longer the •llftotut n <1 of tr+tiot eeb«in d of your frwklee. aa Otblnr -double •trroftb—U isuuM to remove ibm bemely I spots. World I* Awakening. j Simply get aa ooaoe of Otblae—doable The tun irrMtoat discoveries of r®- «trea«tl —from your dragcUt. end apply a little 1De ,wo Uiscoveries OI r®- #f „ nl(h, ind nwrnlo* aad you abould aooa aee ' that e ea Ibe wont freckle* bare begun te 41a- appear, wblle tbe lighter en re bare *aolabad ea- tlrely. It la eeldom tbat mere than on* eoace la seeded to completely clw tbe akia and gala a beautiful clear completion. Be anre to aak for tbe double atrengtb Otblaa aa tbla la aoM uader gueraatee of bhui back tf It (alia te nam freckle*.—Adv. cent times a...

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