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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Canton Herald — 2 July 1913

oo0oo<e>eo<>oe<$>oo<y>o<t§ • 1913 will be happier and mure prosperous for you if you let us assist you with pure drugs and properly filled prescriptions • Personal and Otherwise It Pleases Us to Please You Pal ace Drug' Store Di. C. P. Smith, Proprietor &>00000<§>00000<i 00<>&0<i Let the Herald help you win that $600 Player Piano Ask us how 1 Somebody's going to get a very fine musical instrument—free '• ' n-. Will it be you? EXTRA SESSION NATIONAL CONGRESS TARIFF REVISION, ETC. Special Announce- ment The moat popular general news and farm paper in Texas is The Dallas Semi-Weekly Farm News. It is read hy more people than any othef publication ift the'' Southwest. It is the favorite with men readers, women readers and boy and girl readers, because it has something for all of them, and the best to be had at any price, The Semi-Weekly Farm News and the Canton Herald wili be send a whole year to any ad- dress for $1.75. We accept a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Canton Herald — 2 July 1913

r r LittieOnes RURAL SCHOOL HAS MISSION Where One Bushel of Corn Grow Bo- fore Two Are Now Secured by Meth- ods Juat Brought Out. (By nAY P. 8PEAB.I The training of country children to grow two bushels of corn where one bushel grew before la a commendable thing. To bring this about many changes may be made in the pro- grams of moat country schools Arith- metic problems may be worked out In terms of corn and potatoes and cows Heading may bo largely confined to • he subjects of Interest to country boya nnd girls. Essays on farm top- ics may be written in place of the usual parsing and other grammar work. This will lay a foundation for much practical work In the later years of school life. Older students trained In the ele- mentary principles of .agriculture could conduct germination te8ta of corn and grain. Herds could be teBt- ed, rations could be worked out for live stock, records could be kept of poultry, garments could be made for home, and the art of cooking could be cultivated. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Canton Herald — 2 July 1913

INCREASING DEMAND FOR HEAVY HORSES Two-Year-Old Percheron Stallion. The breeding of heavy draft horses Is one of the most profitable branches of live Stock farming. Pew farmers realise the Importance of size in a draft horse \yhen put on the market, either In public or private sale. A horse that weighs less than 1,500 pounds Is not considered a draft horse in any of the horse markets of the country, yet the mares kept on the or- dinary farms are usually lighter than that This accounts for the small, scrubby lot of horses that are con- stantly being put on the market at a loss to the breeder. This was well illustrated at a sale of grade horses recently held In the La- mer sale barns at Salina, says the "Katftas Industrialist. Here the horses of good size were readily bought at good prlceB, while some of the lighter ones could scarcely be sold at any price. There Is an increasing demand for heavy draft horses in the cities In spite of the fact that many firms are using the motor truck...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Canton Herald — 2 July 1913

itttf mm kmhhb "S. i //■' u'v * % T | Witt Twfri Peaple Tundra, June 30.—A fine rain fell Saturday afternoon and an other one Sunday. Mim Bessie Simmon*, of Ver- non, it visiting her uncle, W. M Simmons, and family. Dr. Andrews bought a new bug- gy in Wills Point Friday. Henry Selke and wife, of near Martins Mill, spent Saturday night and Sunday at L. W. Ward's. Mr. Wimpy and wife, of Wal- lace, spent Friday night and Sat urday at J. C. Crane's. Buck Beard and wife spent Sun- day night at O. B. Bates's. J. P. Carter and wife, of Ma- bank, visited here last week. Lewis and Misa Lucy William- son are visiting at Joe Barnett's. Mrs. Emma Blue and Miss Julia Dean are shopping in Grand Sa- line today. Misses Lena, Nettie and Elsie Cole spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mrs. Lum Neubie at Pisgah. J. B. Bates and daughter, Miss Cordie, visited Mrs. Ella Downing latter part of last week. Mrs. Belle Bums spent from Fri- day to Sunday with her father, B. F. Gray, at Eustace. Perry Haynes a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canton Herald — 30 July 1914

y u pi y O state University 1010 >5 '■■ $ ', U" ■ ; /■$' \ * * '*• - • - The Beet Advertising Medium in Van Zandt County. A Paper for All the People. Herald ;/y-r , OUR, FACILITIES For the prompt aii.cl accurate handling of any and all financial matters that may be intrusted to us are fully abreast of the times--•modern in evtery respect. If you appreciate the many advantages a help- ful banking service, backed by a sound, safe, con- servative busmen policy., wo respectfully solicit your aooount. Make OUR Bank YOUR Bank DIRECTORS E. A. Heard , .. W. B. Rodgers W. D. Utts C. P. Smith. Jno. E. Owens M. G. Sanders, J. T. Beard The Texas State Bank imxmm&mmMsau&eusii- Business 4 ■ * ' ' tj •.. • ,- *v J* Success Any business arrangement, to be per- manent, must be mutually satisfactory ahd profitable. Therefore, in the se- lecting of your bank, have permanency in yiew and establish yourself for your present and future well being with a good sound bank. We respectfully s6- lic...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canton Herald — 30 July 1914

CANTON HERALD v\ :<f\ %,#* mS- ■ Fundamental Principles of Bealth^^) By ALBERT S. GRAY, M. D. (C«wri«M. 1M4. br A. 8. Gray) r< WATER. Water Is such a common, trtrr-dajr rn i Hi ■BErnr 1 r'?;. 0Bs£:; ■y;-& thought whatever, and just because It is free a wry Urge number of per- tou do not drink It la sufficient quan- title* to maintain a good degree of physical health. No other article of diet entera o completely Into the con- struction and support of ell living things both animal and vegetable as water, and It la this very omnipres- ence of water acting on that peculiar twist of the human mind that leads us to treat familiar things with reck- \ less contempt that results In our crim- ing! Indifference to water supplies. \ *. As a matter pf feet, water Is an ele- ment of vast significance In the main- tenance of human life and efficiency, and to secure and maintain health the individual dtlsen must know the truth ooncerning this most Important part of our diet The soaly cell...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canton Herald — 30 July 1914

As mjKSL&f* «KSfc^; .V CANTON HERALD Sold Under a Binding Guarantee Mo«~Ba<* k If h Fails > FttManmBm* HANFORD'8 Balsam of_Myrrii For Cots, Burns, Bruises, Sprains. Strains, Stiff Neck, Chilblains, Lame Back Old Sores, Open Wounds, snd all External Injuries* Mads Sines 1846. *}£ Prica 25c, 60s and $1.00 Ask Anybody ut It. O All Dealers h&SS&s* •; • i •- w Jfeii 5 His Wish. She (during the quarrel)—I onlj married you to spite Fred Johnson. He (ruefully)—I wish to heaven you'd married Fred Johnson to spite me. DON'T SUFFER WITH ITCHING My, what relief!—The moment res- fnol ointment touohes any itching skin, the Itching stops and healing begins. With the aid of reslnol soap, It Quickly removes all trace of eczema, rash, tet- ter, ringworm, pimples or other ugly, tormenting eruption, and leaves the skin clear and healthy. It is equally effective for sunburn, insect bites, sores, bolls, burns, red, rough hands, dandruff and falling hair. Tou need never hesitate to use r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canton Herald — 30 July 1914

Hf' <v Wm CANTON HERALD The Canton Herald If 3. W. STANFORD, Editor and Publisher Tent u seoond-clas? mail matter at tbe post-offioe at Canton, is July, 1982, under the Act of March 3, 1879. A weekly newspaper devoted to the upbuilding an<? general advance of Canton and Van Zandt County. Plain Ideas of a Country Editor Being the Musings of a Newspaper Man on Events of To-day Yesterday and Tomorrow jL— Jacques T. Little being Responsible Published Every Wednesday. On last Tuesday morning, we took a flying trip with Mr Watson and a traveling man to Ben Wheeler, Van, Garden Valley and Grand Saline. The recent rains have revived the crops considerably especially, the cotton and pea patches. At Bert Wheeler the rain was very light. Over in the Garden Valley county, the rain was heavy and the people seem to be revived. A crowd of small boys were hauling rock to build a dam across a creek for a swimming pond. This brought up memories of my own childhood days, when I did the same -kin...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Canton Herald — 30 July 1914

1 > \ Club Rates 00000<«>00000<0>00<>90<# m 1914 | w 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 Pleas© You Palace Drug store Dr. C. P. Smith, Proprietor The Academy of Com- merce of Grand Saline, Texas i. t Gives the most thorough commercial training of any school in America at reasonable rates. Ninety-five per cent of the Court Reporters in Erglise speaking countries use Pitmanic Short- hand--We teach the Isaac Pitlman. Our sim- plified course in bookkeeping enables any one to hold any position at a high salary. Catalogue Sent Upon Request Ghe ACADEMY of COMMERCE Fred C. Mendeck, Pres. W. M. Haulsee, V. Pres Box 356, Grand Saline, Texas. by MlhUm The State of Texas. To the sheriff or any constable of Van Zandt- County Greeting: You are hereby commanded to summon C. C. Jones by making publication of this citation once each week for (our suoccssive weeks preceding the ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Canton Herald — 30 July 1914

w &. CANTON HERALD ES IN STAMFORD TRAGEDY r * KAS •• WKWrt ■" m* ■ J&$Rr '' rfefflk- ' I I, .f' J M £ & Mra. Helen M. Angle, the beautiful widow 6f Stamford, Conn., and Waldo &. Ballou, her elderly admirer, who was found llfeleaa, with his akull crushed, on the sidewalk In front of the woman's apartments. Mrs. Angle said Ballou fH calling on her and was Intoxicated; that he fell down the stairs and she, In a panic, dragged his body out to the street. m HUGH STOCK BRED ON RANGE OF WEST DIES ERE HUES MARKET ARE ' Waste Said to Add Millions of Dollars to People's Meat Bill and Gives Another Cause for the High Cost of Living—Results Re- ported From National Forests Show That Large Part of Loss Can Be Stopped. jf :-,iy - i'llt!1 v.'1, w# —■ i - H ' i -i % |i| SB £ >;-■ tsSpsfJ** ■/ fM. m & s - ■ if-;. 'p.ygv .V. •£*.-" •• vi';i ' • v ''' ' v' , ; J IjfeMpB |il WWr ■ v'fl. /From the Fotwt Service, U. 8. Depart* ment of Agriculture.) Washington.—That at least one- tw...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Canton Herald — 30 July 1914

H. <■ CANTON HERALD HALLE ERMINE CIVE5 ILLUSTRATIONS <Sf LAUREN STOUT cawwr ay aoaao v r/v* z co/whkk — that 4Aman fJMWsaaa ACCO V.1I. Bu SYNOPSIS. -.£°J,n..V*!!!,,knt' * rlch society favorite. dif°?v;r* «*• valiant cor- Jf w ' which hli father founded and jri'rh. WuM 'ill. Principal aourca of hla haa failed. H« voluntarily turna private fortune to the receiver ffor the corporation. Hla entire remaining poeaeaalona conalat of an old motor car, a wnlto bull dog and Damory court, a neg- lected eatate Tn Virginia. On the way to Damory court he meeta Shirley Dand- auburn-haired beauty, and de- cides that he le going to like Virginia Im- mensely. Shirley's mother, Mra. Dand- rldg*. and Major Brlatow exchange rem- iniscences diplng which it la revealed that the major, Vallant'a father, and a anan named Bassoon were rlvala for the najid or Mra. Dandrldge In her youth. -Saaaoon and Valiant fought a duel on her account In which the former waa killed. i.u nt ""ds Damory court overgrown ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Canton Herald — 30 July 1914

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canton Herald — 19 July 1918

~SZZ ESTABLISHED 1881 amm ' FRIDAY, JULY 19, 191 & the Democratic Voters Van Zandt County. T =3C~ CANDIDATE FOR SECOND rem AS COUNTY CLERK are the product of the best brains in \ the United States, backed by genera- ■'' tions or banking experience. - -j. The individual is fortunate in having 't . access to the protection and facilities that are offered by a National Bank. FIRST NATIONAL BANK 1RBY CHRISTOPHER, Cashier, CANTON- TEXAS To the Democratic Voters Van Zandt County. of Having entered the race for County Judge of this county at the earnest solicitation of friends in all sections of the county, I am no "class" candidate. My knowledge of county af- fairs, acquired by actual experi- ence in the court house and eighteen years active law prac- To the Women Democratic Voters of Van Zandt County It *fcas that the come to my attention women when they as- sembled at several places in Van Zandt county to register asked the various candidates present as to their position in the gove...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canton Herald — 19 July 1918

; £4C3| ci y.. .am;; i* «t * ?rtUui ■ ;V-Wiiv.1 f *?f. f) gg CROSS MARNE ON 12-MILE FRONT ENEMY PAY8 GREAT PRICE TO MACHINE GUN8 AND B0MB8 FROM AIRPLANES. \ AMERICANS HOLD ALL 6AINS The Beya From the United 8tatea Hold tho Gorman* in Cheek—Cap- ture More Prieonere. l'aris.—The Germans have crossed the Marne on a 12-mile front, between Jaulgonne and a point east of Cha- teau Thierry, and advanced southward on a narrowing front about four milea to the neighborhood of Ablois. In thia operation their line, formerly running southwest from Rheims, was pushed eastward on the south until it now runa almost north and south, standing slightly west of Kpernay Bpernay stlU being held by the French. This advance is not in the direction of Paris. The amount of ground captured by the Qermans in this region 1s 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 origi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canton Herald — 19 July 1918

/. yv, •./. . . 11 I mwa AN AMEfiKM SOIMft mo went * * AETtlUC OTJY ETIPEY MACHINE: GUNNER,tfRYING IN FRANC „ 1*7 BY MTmuntmr eMpey is member of firing squad which carries out death sentence. Synopsis.—Fired by the winking of the Lusitunia. with the loss of American lives, Arthur Guy Empey, an American living In Jersey City, goes to England and enlists as a private In the British army. After a short experience as a recruiting officer In London, he is sent to train- ing quarters In France, where he first hears the sound of big guns and makes the acquaintance of "cooties." After a brief period of training „ Empey's company is sent into the front-line trenches, where lie takes his first turn on the tire step while the bullets whiz overhead. Eiupey learns, as comrade falls, that death lurks always In the trenches. Chaplain distinguishes himself by rescuing wounded men under hot tire. With pick and shovel Empey has experience as a trench digger in No Man's Land. Exciting experience on li...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canton Herald — 19 July 1918

Ww*w *.^0*3®#'*.*^ ■ i •**% #> * «* «w vw ■' It«"* .ar *-•* >«« "4#-•**« . The Canton Herald T. E. CAMPBELL, Editor. Euterad mm wauiiJ clans uiatwr Jul' !■ 1815. nt tlx* , •• <«i Willi. t'ulut, lex., m.1< r tbo art of March H, 1HT9. P;b1U'ic<l t'verjr l<'rl(la \ BubaerlptlOD arli* 11.IX) )i«f annum ilne lu aaraue*. Offices: < 'hroul. lf* Hnllillng. Wills Point, r i«v. llenM llnlld'nir. PHuton. Texna. mmrnrn We take the count on the twenty- a^venth. Among those things to be claused a non-essential industries is resistance to the draft. Ask those deserters down in San Augustineoounty^^ The American sharp-shooters employ the old-time custom of waiting until they see the; "white of their eyes. Then it is jjood^night^ All those who want the government to fi* the price of cotton stand up and be counted. Now, he seated; the secre- tary will please announce_the vote. What would this governor's race have been without a world war to bide track some of the attention of the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Canton Herald — 19 July 1918

.JIBE* m j.t II i 8 8 int. «•.« ♦ ■i| IV irsoKreMMMiiwmumm*** When your blood is Impure ✓ system run down, appetite poor — and that tired, lazy feeling prevails I Sarsaparilla REMEDY This is a preparation containing anti-malarial properties together with iron and sarsaparilla making it the most successful blood tonic on the market. As ■ system builder after chills and fever, none better can be found. A bottle proves it to be a cafe family medicine. Guaranteed. EUCALINE MEDICINE CO., DALLAS, TEXAS ^>wiiii;iii«Miiii >ii«ii ii'iiiiWMiiiiii;i —i-——mmtriiirriinim' ti irriinii wiiiniTniiii iiimimiiiiii , o nm mmi. i, ■ Luaaawwaw Dr. Rosier Spoke. A large attentive audience heard Dr. Rosser of Dallas at the Baptist church lust Sunday in his address "Amer- ica's Place in the War." His remarks were highly complimented by every one who heard him, and it is certain Red Cross Headquarters. The local Chapter of the Red Cross now occupies the county court room, on the lower floor of the cou...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Canton Herald — 19 July 1918

•**•111 a ■ <I«;ii'I.*4">v■% - -*C-, ijftSiESSfc *«r -.. ...X * r i, IMKHHIMinn Mrrrrir^v,'^^"^MLMiltt,tL'' *"""" ill THE CANTON HERALD 9BP Trust Me! Try Dodson's Liver Tone! Calomel Harms Liver and Bowels Bead my guarantee! Liven your liver and bowels and get straightened up without taking sicken- ing calomel. Don't lose a day's work! There's no reason why a person should take 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 pleasaut, vegetable liquid which will start your liver just as surely as calomel, but It doesn't make you sick and can not salivate. Children and grown folks can take Dodson's Liver Tone, because It Id perfectly harmless. Calomel is a dangerous drug. It Is Same as United States. Two privates had been discussing the French language. Sllesce fell be- tween them for a minute, when one spoke up and asked: "Say, what's camouflage In French?" Important to Mothers Examine care...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Canton Herald — 19 July 1918

Ford Owners Attention! A POSITIVE CUKE FOt OIL PUMPOB EawTytm Ford SPECIAL PISTON RINGS ■top all carbon deposit* and fouled (park plugs. Increase compression and speed wonderfully. MI foe thmsiltis ii in aorru Bt unit u uaun hi oil Guaranteed to do the work or your money back. W OO PER SET OP S RINGS Wviu-Tytir m«4* In all slsa* for ••lo. tractor and gasoline engines. Askjroqr nearest dealer or write m rm nsBT rtsiM urn cootakt Otttmntr ir.UM.mi Much Depends. —Brown ts a great pianist. MHly—Does he piny while people eat or while they talk?—Town Toplca. LIFT OFF CORNS! Drop Freezone on a touchy corn, then lift that corn off with fingers Doesn't hurt a hit! Drop a Ilttl* Freezone on an aching corn, instantly that corn stops hurting, then you lift It right out. Yes, magic! No humbug I Km A tiny bottle of Freezone costs hut 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. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Canton Herald — 19 July 1918

T nOM ATHENS t;v.„ ipfi Amm-b> CIUhm Speak Out Publicly. m la Athens we (lad that people are praising Doan's Kidney Pills as high- ly as here In Canton. Being so near by, the statement of an Athens rest NEWS or THE COUNTY mniHiiimMwiiww IftlTKTV lOUNTY Sues. SAND FLAT Grand Saline Route 8, July 15-—A nice rain fell here on Friday which was appreciated a great deal. Miss Katherlue Smith of <-nion t FAMILY MEDICINE I dene is of particular Interest. Canton i Spring is the guest of her sister Mrs. people will do well to profit by the experience Of Mrs. Lena Jackson, Athens, Texas. She says: "I always recommend Doan's Kidney Pills to my friends as being good for kidney complaint. I had soreness across the small of my back, felt dull and languid and tired easily. My kidneys acted irregularly and showed other signs of weakness. Doan's Kidney Pills soon put my kid- neys in good condition and removed all signs of kidney complaint." Price 60c. at all dealers. Don't sim- ply aak for a ki...

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