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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Collinsville Times — 26 July 1918

THE COLLINSVILLE TIMES. ) • > • O GOOD ROADS ATTENTION GIVEN TO ROADS No Matter What Construction May B« Highways Must Bo Gfvon Some ' Consideration. Let no man be deluded into the /hought that such things as "perma- nent roadn" ore possible. All roads, no matter what kind, require atten- tion and the more they receive the better they are. A chief cause for poor roads Is the fact that a great proportion of the road work done the country over Is of so temporary and make-shift an order. Of course, the only real satisfactory rond in all feather is a hard road—either paved SBSilSMlS sMfPISlPjPt m Hard Road Well Cared for. or stone, with gravel next In favoi, says Indiana Farmer's Guide. But «>ven such roads fall into disrepair, If given no attention. What Is said to be the worst stretch of highway in Illinois was once a magnificent mac- adam road. Now It is almost impass- able owing to the deep hollows and ruts which It contains. Everyone gives It a wide berth and it is "black lis...

Publication Title: Collinsville Times, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Collinsville Times — 26 July 1918

GRAND OPERA SINGERS PRESIDENT APPROVES 99 COMING TO DALLAS metropolitan grand opera quartette to sing at the •tate fair october htm President R. E. L. Knight an- nounces the encasement of the world famous Metropolitan Grand Opera Qoartette. direct trom the Metropol- itan Opera House. New York City, for the State Pair of Texas this year. The data of their appearance will be Friday, October l&h. The quartette consists of Mme. Prances Alda, soprano; Carolina Laz- arri contralto; Giovanni Martinelli. tenor; and C!uE?ppe De Lucca, bar- itone. The leading roles of Paust, Rlgo- letto, Carmen, and other well known and ever boautlful opera* are among the vehicles for the expression of the God-given talents of these won- derfully charming singers. A tenor soloist of international reputation will also be heard—one who Is extremely popular in Texas— John McCormack. He will appear on Friday, Oct. 25th. Mr. McCormack and Edwin Schnei- der, his accompanist, have raised • 100.000.00 for the Ame...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Collinsville Times — 26 July 1918

THE COLLINSVILLE TIMES. 9 The Gonfessi of aGer Deserter Written by a Prussian Officer Who Participated in the Ravag jng and Pillaging of Belgium, ^ Copyright h Detroit Frte Ptut CHAPTER X—Continued. —12— Night now came, yet no sleep nor fest was In sight. No one knew how much farther we would have to retire before there would be a respite. The unfamiliar surroundings Indicated to us that we were not returning over the road which we had traversed when, as victors, we marched to the Marne. With this and similar thoughts, hour after hour passed. Some of us ran along, others actually walked in their sleep. Our boots were filled with wa- ter, yet we had to keep on. Thus the night passed. The next morning troops of the main army ware placed In the rear guard. They formed long columns •which they opened to let us pass through, after which they closed ranks. We gave a sigh of relief, for we were at last free of hostile artil- lery fire. After marching about five more hours, we joined a comp...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Collinsville Times — 26 July 1918

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collinsville Times — 2 August 1918

r "«Wm ■ sfiH O I I ft n L |H ■ f 0 . . .:.- '. • . :P - >. Vv-. ' <3 I $ tM £■■'.': <* i Ci> ' % -••*•:? 7' a O® i.: ■<•:'- . '.-<*■ '<• 4 ■ Vv •,,-TU VMumt 34. •MMMBonnm Collinsrille, Friday, Aug. 3. I6U m 87 >#•> -v*a MM Keith Dry Goods Co. y > •. r**- • "V" * is the place to Duy your Dry Goods, for we seHthe best merchandise for the least money. >- © - \ -y Keith Jry Goods Co. of County Vote In , July The primary election Saturday brought out the largest vote in the history of such elections, the reason being the htavy vote >oll ed by the women. Few ca*d>* dates in the county had opposi- tion, most of the interest being centered in the Tax collector Sheriff and Treasurer.' Below we give the county vote precinct vote. s 10694 T ICE ■ a* r$f^ • 5 You wBl find W. P. Strickland at Hie building formerly occupied by Hayes & Son on the South Side of the Square ; He has plenty & M**> J®**** s -*T • -y.y TT; - V ■ f GROCERIES We keep a fr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collinsville Times — 2 August 1918

THE COLLINSVIIXtf TIMES. MARINES BURYING GERMANS THEY HAVE KILLED o 1 United State* marines In France burying the bodies of Home of the Germans they killed In the lighting near Chateau Thierry. USED-UP HATS SALVAGED BY QUARTERMASTER DEPARTMEN T Pholo Union When the boys overseas And that their hata have seen their best days they turn them Into the hat department of the salvage department of the quartermaster depot In France, where they are fixed up or sent away to be made over Into brand new hat*. FIGHTING IN THE ALPINE HEIGHTS FIRING FROM HIGH POINTS fcaL . V'r.*. ,1 -vf V. s> ■> > ■ " y \S ' UK*' ; " rV , V '> • \- <r*Lt*tt Pf/c r£, s „ * ~ V- . .■< ,*W-^ . |<p WtfUTB WtW>pip fl)nlOB| Passages on the rocky heights of the Adamello, where the Italians are doing some of the most spectacular fighting of the war. MACHINE TO CUT WIRE ENTANGLEMENTS So as to be used to firing from a height, either from aircraft, hillsides 01 mountains, these American soldiers, moun...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collinsville Times — 2 August 1918

ase B3H . I 0 Ii (1 .1 5 11 o Don't Miss The Opportunity We have decided to continue our Big Clearing Sale one more week EXTRA SPECIAL PRICES ON EVERYTHING IN SUMMER WEAR. BE SURE AND TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS MONEY SAVING OPPORTUNITY THE LEADER COLLINSVILLE, TEXAS. vwcssaam Real Estate We have f enty of Farms, Ranches and City Property t at we would be glad to show you. If you want to buy, we have it. If you want to sell, we fan sell it. Phone us your wants. Zimmerman i & Allmon THE TIMES Collinsville, 'lYx;i> O. E. and D. R. Hiu-v Publishers. Also Publishers ' POTTSBORO ii Marketing Hog 1 >*- i f- iiunyi>i& mem. Steve Hnnver. Mt. Pleasant. Iowa, writes " "(/umuenceri feeding my herd (, If'Ui 100 iiogs B. A. ('nomas'Hog iiowder over . months agi' r vvrr • sic a .'id Oit ieed. Neai by herds hul h lor.i. 1 did ni>\ mnimmmmmmmmmmmm—r". . ■ < «1- hi '(HW'rfi : v ... ^ l Iio^ u.i* Wti: and grow I •**.*•*. as -• • clitRf lrij> t.ift " • Mies ever Bother i!i itie su...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collinsville Times — 2 August 1918

(DO O I I I > ; s- - ^; & > a*-" ■ :■•-_• t-. ■ , ■ l&fj' £,s SF Calomel Users! Listen To Me! I Guarantee Dodson's Liver Tone uj Your druggist gives back your money if it doesn't liven your liver and bowels and straighten you up without making you sick. O- 0 0 RIZZO, DREADNAUGHT CHASER ] Ugh! Calomel makes you sick. It's horrible! Take a <1ohc of thedangerouH drag tonight and tomorrow you laay lose a day's work. Calomel Is mercury or quicksilver Which causes necrosis of the hones. Calomel, when It cuiues iulo coulucl with sour title, crashes Into it, breaking It up. This is when you feel that uwful nausea and crumping. If you are slug- gish and "oil knocked out," if your liver Is torpid and bowels constipated or you have headache, dizziness, coat- ed tongue, If breath Is bad or stomach ■our. Just try ■ spoonful or' harmless Dodson's Liver Tone tonight. Here's my guarantee—tio to any drug store and get a bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone for a few cents. Take a Not a Com...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Collinsville Times — 2 August 1918

THE COLLINSVILLE TIMES. • • « • • • • • I t 9 * The Confessions of a German Deserter Written by a Prussian Off lew Who Participated in the Ravaging and Pillaging of Belgium •••••••••••••••••••••••••• Copjrlgbt br Detroit ITraa Prong CHAPTER XIII—Continued, —13— Enormous forces of artillery were being mobilized. New guns continued to nrrive every day and were installed without going Into action. The trans- portation of munitions and material was also very brisk. We did not sus- pect at this time that this was the first preparation for a great offensive. After four weeks in this vicinity we were sent to another part of the front, once more without being told our des- tination. We marched away and in the afternoon we arrived at Dun-sur- Meuse. Hardly had we entered the town when the German crown prince, accom- panied oy several officers and a large pack of hunting dogs rode by. "Good morning, pioneers!" he called out to us. Then he inspected our unit closely. He spoke to our captain, a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Collinsville Times — 2 August 1918

Thursday 1st Opens Our Annual August Clean Sweep Sale This is the sale in which Mid-Summer Merchandise receiv- es its final sweeping out prices. Hundreds of Ladies' Suits and Dresses have been grouped for the Clean Sweep, and placed in the sale AT LESS THAN 1-2 PRICE. Table* and racks are loaded with Garments at Extra Special Prices. All Mid Summer Millinery at Leas than 1-2 Price. Men's Fancy Wool Suits at 1-4 Off. All Straw Hats and Panama at 1-2 Price. Every purchase made will show a decided s ving in price at the sale. The sale closes Saturday week, and with it closes the seasons' opportunity to buy merchandise at Clean Sweep Sale Prices. Don't miss it, if v. 5\ L Marks Bros. Sherman, Texas. mx\\ Why Spoil Good Clothes on SoQed Cushions? Bright and clenn Cordon Easy-On Seat Covers make you forget all the grense and dirt of travel-worn cushions. Your own selection from twenty-four beautiful and dura- ble fabrics in plain colors, mixtures and stripes, Gordon Tnilored-to-r it your ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Collinsville Times — 2 August 1918

s THE COLLINSVILLE TIMES. O • Is I 3 i) mraovED umroKN imrEUiinoifU Lesson <By REV. P. B. FITZWATER, D. D.. Teacher of Knglleh Bible In the Moody Bible Institute of Chicago.) (Copyright, 1918, Western Newspapei Union.) LESSON FOR AUGUST 4 GROWING STRONGER. WESSON TEXTS- Luke 2:42-6!; II Peter 1:5-8. (MAT BE USED WITH TEMPERANCE APPLICATIONS.) GOLDEN TEXT—But the path of the righteous Is as the dawning light, that •htneth more and more unto the perfect day.—Proverbs 4:18. DEVOTIONAL READING—Epheslans 4:10-18. PRIMARY LESSON MATERIAL—Luk« 3:42-62. INTERMEDIATE, SENIOR AND ADULT TOPIC—The kind of strength w« need; getting it; using it. ADDITIONAL MATERIAL—Isaiah 40: -31; Epheslans 8:14-21; PhiUpplana 4:8-18. I. Jesus Christ Growing (Lake 2:42 62). While Christ was Indeed divine, hU 'deity did not interfere with his de- velopment as a human being. Th« processes of his physical, mental, ano '(spiritual growth were the same ai those of any human being. 1. Jesus tarrying behind at Jeru ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Collinsville Times — 2 August 1918

I I i. © I 1 i I II >5 t Here Is Your Chance- Grab It THIS Company has now accomplished what has been declared the impossible. We are about four months old, and we have eur firit "Four-Wheel-Drive" Tractor nearing completion. This is the right policy, and it will win. Our prompt action in putting Tractor* to work this fall to prepare ground for the 1919 crop will win the approval of our "Government," and. by putting our' shareholders money to immediate and profitable use, we will have the confidence of our own good people of Texas. We own what we have every reason to believe is worth of dollars—the invention on the Four Wheel-Drive Tractor—the Tractor that pulls on all four wheels—is steered by engine power instead of by hand—and the Tractor that will turn around on its own length. The Four-Wheel-Drive . Invention is adaptable to our Tnicks also. We have made the necessary arrangements for our first lot of Trucks, and if th£ unforeseen does not happen we will have our Trucks actu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collinsville Times — 9 August 1918

THE COLLINSVILLE TIMES Volumc 34. Collinsvilie, Grayson County, Texas, Friday, Aug. 9. 19IS. Number 88 Keith Dry Goods Co. > i 1 is the place to buy your Dry Gojbds, for we sell the best merchandise for the * w \ ■ • * least mpney. • ! • L Keith Dry Goods Co. NOTICE You will find W. P. Strickland now at the building formerly occupied by Hayes A Son on the South Sidle of the Square He has plenty of Oats, Chops, Shorts, Bran, Meal and Hay. Real Estate + What The Red Cross Is Doing and What You Can Do The Collinsvilie Red Cross Branch meets every Tuesday and Friday afternoons in rear of Bank. For the past few weeks our workers have not been• as many as we need. We are still making Surgical Dressing and much knitting will be required of us soon. We wish tomake an appeal to who are not working at the Red .Cross. We need von Won't you come and help make these necessities and comfort for our boys over there? Our quota for the next two months is ac fol lows: Refugee Garments 30 Women's A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collinsville Times — 9 August 1918

e> s> THE COLLINSVILLE TIMES. •fe,: =r© ce e^30 © tonic ±k?< [ TURKEY'S NEW SULTAN Frocks for "The Awkward Age" Mohammed Burhan-IOddlne, who Until (lie downfall of Abdul Humid was the lattcr's favorite son, has now become sultan of Turkey, being pro- claimed uuder the name of Moham- med VI. Now In his thirty-third year, IJur- hnn-Rfldlne has ever since his boy- hood beeu groomed by Kmperor Wil- liam for the eventual occupancy of the Ottoman throne. He lias been carefully brought up by the bent, Ger- man, French anil even Kii'^lish tu- tors, Is thoroughly up to date and very modern in his ideas, and as a boy had charming manners. He is by profession a sailor, rattier than a mili- tary mau, and holds a commission of captain of tho Ottoman navy, which until the beginning of the present war was fur and uway the most popular branch of the defensive service, its officers having as a rule held tliem- Kelves aloof from (lie political in- trigues which have done incalculable damage ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collinsville Times — 9 August 1918

SO C30 CO O —, Gs, :i,0 C3CT-3Q C~SD G •CO 4') r j. • i, • ~il i THE TIMES Collinsville, Texas I The Best Plaster 0. E. and D. R. Hufpaker; Publishers. Also Publishers of the P0TTSE0R0 TIMES Entered in tlis posMliee at Collinsville l aXHS. us second-olas* mail matter. Subscriptijii Rates Oue year $1.01). Six Months 50 Special clubbing rates with all leading weekly papers and magazines. All advertisements run until or- dered out. 6G6 cures Chills and Fever.—adv Mrs J. H. Webb left here Fri- day for an extended visit with relatives and lriends in Piano Joe Webb transacted business in YVhitesborothis week. Miss Goldie Clemmons Dallas has accepted a position a3 opera- tor for the Western Union Tele- graph Company of this place. A. J. Grogard who has been operator for the Western Union Telegraph Company of this place for the past several mouths has accepted a position for that Com pany at Cisco, Texas. When the baby is suffei ing the double affliction of hot weather and bowel disorders, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collinsville Times — 9 August 1918

,.4 TV T o © 99 4 O ts> THE COLLINSVILLE TIMES. 0 FRENCH HEAVY GUNS ADVANCE THROUGH MUD 'V - ^fk.vx«)tv F oto ^W#stern N«rw Newspaper I'nlonjJ French heavy guns, that have been mowing down tlie Huns, moving for- ward on a muddy road. FRENCH^ TELLS WAR TALE 0 0 Row After Row of Crosses Sleepy Village Symbolize Spirit of France. in 22 AMERICAN DEAD THERE Woman 8trewing Flowers Upon the Graves of Yankee Soldiers Mourns the "Pauvres Garcons"—Amer- ican Describes Visit to Cemetery. New York.—An American officer with Pershing's army in France lias written in a letter to his wife this moving description of a visit to a French cemetery: "Come with lue, then, to this little village on the hanks of the , a sleepy little village nestled in the broad valley through which the river flows. In ordinary times a village of a few thousand inhabitants, it is now almost empty because most of the ple who could afford it have fled to safer places, tasting for the second time since 1014 the bitterness ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Collinsville Times — 9 August 1918

o THE COLLINSVILLE TIMES. f ) • <*!♦ * MOTHERS 1HPB0VED UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL Should Read Mrs. Monyhan'i Letter Published by Her Permission. Mitchell, Ind.—"Lydia E. PinkbRti'a Vegetable Compound helped me so much during the time I was lookingforward to the coming of my little one that 1 am recommending it to other expectant mothers. Before taking it, somed$ys I suffered with neu- ralgia so badly thfct I thought I could not live, but after taking three bottles I of Lydia E. Pink- 'ham a Vegetable Compound! was en- tirely relieved of [neuralgia, 1 had gained in strength and was able to go around and do all My baby when seven months old weighed 19 pounds and I feel better than I have for a long time. I never had any medicine do me so much good."—Mrs. Pearl Monyhan, Mitchell, Ind. Good health during maternity is a most important factor^to both mother and child, and many letters have been received by the Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass., telling of health restoredduringthis...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Collinsville Times — 9 August 1918

HSS" Profits and Prices Profits may be considered from two angles: 1st—Their effect on prices; 2nd—As a return to investors. When profits are small as compared with sales, they have little effect on prices. Swift & Company's profits are only a fraction of a cent per pound on all products sold, and if eliminated entirely would have practically no effect on prices. Swift & Company paid 10 per cent dividends to over 20,000 stockholders out of its 1917 profits. It also had to build extensions and improvements out of profits; to finance large stocks of goods made necessary by unprecedented requirements of the United States and Allied Governments; and to provide protection against the day of der.tininj markets. It it fair to call this profiteering ? Swift & Company. U.S. A. Dawkins Doings Mrs. Minnie Garner of Wood- bine spent Saturday and Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Wyatt. Walter Varley and wife who have been visiting John Varley and family h*ve returned to th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Collinsville Times — 9 August 1918

THE COLLINSVILLE TIMES. O cts eooi , o The Confessions of a German Deserter Written by a Prussian Off lew Who Participated in tha Ravaging and Pillaging of Belgium ^•••aaaaaaaaaeaaeeaeaaaaaa Copyright by Detroit Tin Prou CHAPTER XVI—Continued. —14— Home again for a few hours; then away, a prisoner! At least he would be able to get word to his wife by letter through the field posts. Finally ho said good-by. His wife had nothing to give him, no laundry, no food. Everything had bqen lost and she lived on the soldiers' bounty. She gave him her last money and he refused to take it. She accepted the mouey back. It consisted of a few 5 and 10 pfen- nig pieces and some coppers, all she had. Unable to endure this took a col- lection among ourselves^KVe made up more than 10 marks, aBch we gave to the young woman. Sl^refused it at first, then looking at her husband, she took it and tried to kiss our hands. When we refused to let her do this ehe ran to a store nearby and returned with cigars, t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Collinsville Times — 9 August 1918

J •1 i Here Is Your Chance Grab . 1 THIS Company has now accomplished what has been declared the impossible We arc about four months old, and we have our first "Four- Wheel-Drive" Tractor nearing completion. This is the right policy, and it will win. Our prompt action in putting Tractors to work this fall to prepare ground for the 1919 Crop will win the approval of our "Government," and, by putting our shareholders money to immediate and profitable use, we will have the confidence of our own good people of Texas. We own what we have every reason to believe is worth of dollars—the invention on the Four Wheel-Drive Tractor—the Tractor that pulls on all four wheels—is steered by engine power instead of by hand—and the Tractor that will turn around on its own length. The Four-Wheel-Drive Invention is adaptable to our Trucks also. We hove mode the necessary arrangements for our first lot of Trucks, and if the unforeseen does not happen we will have our Trucks actually doing service in Te...

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