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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canton Herald — 26 July 1918

'S I . . 1 Cantos Herald ESTABLISHED 1882 w FRIDAY, JULY 26. Uln. VOL. XXXVI, No. 30 What Does It Mean to You? n Democratic Voters of candidut for second To the Van Zandt County. A bank connection should not be made lightly, but should be given the most careful consideration. It may mean more to you in the future than you dream of now. It is a matter upon which may hang your success or failure. A strong and helpful bank connection is the founda- tion upon which almost all business success has been built. We ask that you think this matter over carefully. ! NATIONAL BANK I | IRBY CHRISTOPHER, Cashier, CANTON TEXAS I I ! CANDIDATE FCR SECOND TERM AS DISTRICT CLERiv NOTICE '.to the Democratic Voters of Van Zandt County T take this opportunity of . p a word to the voters of this county in my behalf for a tec >wd term for the office of sheriff. During my first term in this office 1 have been diligent j$ and untiring in running down :j and prosecuting every fotrn oi i law violations and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canton Herald — 26 July 1918

"1 P, wm i M psiai NEW GAINS MADE IN MARNE SALIENT AMERICANS AND FRENCH CON- TINUE THEIR ADVANCE IN REGION ABOUT S0IS80NS GAINS NEAR MONTDIDIER Fifteen Hundred Germane Are Cap. tured fey French Who Advance ^Near Montdldier Parle—Despite a heavy downpour Tuesday over, most of the fighting area of the Ninrne salient, the battle continued in (he region of Soissons, between the Ourcq River aad the Mime and northeastward of the Marne toward Rheims. Tue rain hindered operations considerably, but the allies scored gains large enough to make a small showing on the map. On the west side of the salient the gains were southeastward from Gul chy to Coincy, aggregating ten •quare miles, and from north or Epieds southeastward to the aut skirts of Treloup, just north of the Marne, probably ten more Btjuare miles. There were some ga.ns in the region of Solssons, important as a basis for future operations. In the tiolssons region the French and Americans gathered In four German tanks. The French and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canton Herald — 26 July 1918

■■ i I WED IIW ANMimvSOLDIIl WHO WENT - * MIlKilJYMW MACHINE GUNMER,SERVING IN FRANCE • ©19(7 BY ARTHUR iUT CHPTY EMPEY HEARS THE STORY OF THE TOMMY WHO HAD A BROAD STREAK OF YELLOW. Ami n v !, by, tho 8,ak,n« °f the Lusltanla, with the loss of J £ T 'Ar,hur 0uy Kmpey. an American living In Jersey City, goes to England and enlists as a private in the British army. After u n„!X? .nCt" * recrultlDK officer in London, he is sent to train- ngquarters In trance, where he first hears the sound of big guns and Ernnev'! aCqUaIn!«nce °f "<*otlen." After a brief period Sf training Empey a company is sent Into the front-line trenches, where he takes his first turn on the fire step while the bullets whiz overhead. Empey that deuth ,urks n,ways ,n the trenches, fira Brirt ! !811!168! himself by rescuing wounded men under hot in xr ,.,P. nn 8hovel Empey has experience as a trench digger in No Man s Land. Exciting experience on listening post detail. Ex- cU ng work on observation post duty. Bac...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canton Herald — 26 July 1918

HSR ' '] l H ; W : !' ii d mil >11 * iy|M AND t SAVE Feed BY USING Truck County Department of Education CRANFILL H. COX. County Superintendent. Compare Quality and Price before buy my any ether Truci SOLD BY The writer has just returned from a trip to the state capital, where he sub- i.lilted seven bond issues for approval of attorney general. All were approved, hut only six were sold to the state de- partment of education, owing to a slight error in printing of one issue. The following is a list of issues sold with amount of each: Crooked Creek, ( *2,000, Whitton $2,400, Willow Springs $2,000, Wise $'2,900, Jackson $3,200, and Wallace $3,600, total $16,700. j Opposition to school improvement in! Van Zandt county has been reduced to | a minimum as shown by report given j l.elow: On Saturday, July 13, a tax J and bond election was held at Odom resulting in ,the carrying of each issue by a volt of'28 for and only. 1 against. On the same day, a bond election was held • At Blue Sprin...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Canton Herald — 26 July 1918

j.: a t: I if :: :: himmi ■ ii ■ Y ■' Ti When your blood is Impure system run down, appetite poor — and that tired, lazy feeling prevails Admirine • V —Tonic Sarsaparilla IS THE BEST REMEDY 7t ! 1 .im ■in.aw l ruur xn it.., !.i.ntiu>Mii.ii;ut.i<MHr iin 'I'his is a preparation containing anti-miliaria! properties together v/ith iron nnd sarsaparilla making it the most successful blood ionic on. the market. As a system builder after chilis and fever, none better can be found. A bottle prove3 it to be s. sate family medicine. Guaranteed. EUCALINE MEDICINE CO., DALLAS, TEXAS Mr. Conner, connected with the state highway commission, was here for it short, tiuie Tuesday in company with Civil. Engineer Axtell. They were in- specting tliu proposed changes in the Dixie Highway from Wills Point to Canton whereby the distance will lie considerably shortened between the two points. Mr. Conner savs the fed- Sunday's Dallas News carried the pictures of Robert and Clyde David- son of Childres...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Canton Herald — 26 July 1918

THE CAN > HwwWIiliKiii* th* Heat of _ B ttor Thau the W v I ] 1 1-"' | M <8M J—r<« who are feeble and lumm people will be Mreoiitbeoed and enabled K 'HBMtfL!**- beat of summer bj tak HLOttaTB-BTAHTHI.Htftcl.ia TONIC!, It pnrlflM 114% blood and bullda up the whole era "4Ja'' 1M at"n l***ln* tarlfor FRECKLES N*w U fa Tim* U Gal RW of Tkm U(iy SptU Therv'a ao longer the ■lUbtmt oeeri nt feellni eiUaaied vf your fivt-kl«e. an Othln*—d.mlil, ■trcngtb—la gturaoteed te raaort tbnr homely ■pom. Hluiply gat ao ounce of Othlne—doubl* atrenictb—from your druairlut, and apply a little of It night uimI morning ami you aboulil aoon that even the wont frwklm have begun to die appear, while the lighter onea hava vaulahed en tlrely. It la eeldom that nore than one oi;DC'e la uei-deil to completely clear the akin and gala a beautiful clear complexion. Be ure to axle for the double atrength Othlna •Phi- , ... . ... | tbla la aold nmler guarantee of money baelr This distressing Ailment should ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Canton Herald — 26 July 1918

THE CANTONERALP mm EMfflHT HEADS UNITED EXPRESS LINES Thirty-two yenrs ago a freckled faced youngster hanging around the depot at Itipon, Wis., asked the station ugent for the privilege of driving the delivery wagon. He looked like an ambitious kid and the agent told him he might If he would be careful and not let the horse run away, However, the agent ob- served that the boy did his work so well thr.t the second week he paid him 50 cents. The boy's name was George C. Taylor. Today Mr. Taylor Is president of the American Railway Express com- pany, which has assumed control of all express lines in the United States, with headquarters in New York. Mr. Taylor relinquishes the presi- dency of the American Express coui- pany, whose head he has been for sev- eral years. From deliwry boy he ad- vanced to station agent, to division superintendent, to district chief, to officer, to vice president and finally to the presidency. He Just passed fifty years of age, and Charles W. Taylor, Milwauk...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Canton Herald — 26 July 1918

WILLS PON :HRONKXB W)& II S?ftll ■ 3 > I i - 0 m ' i 1 I i i > JULY 26, 27 and 29 Be Sure to See the I I j ¥1 nff The Knight Sleeve-Valve Motor is the only type that im- proves with use. Willys-Knight Automobile on display show rooms in our Griffin & Co, Edgewood, Texas JUDICIAL, NOT POLITICAL. '''ters piviwssfii'gsgccimaKmaifflKt^ ?! « ?! NEWS OF THE COUNTY jj i' i MYRTLE SPRINGS Wills Point, lloute 4, July 22.— Crops are needing ruin in this locality more than they have this year. Lois Wilson left today for the train- ing camp at San Antonio. There was prayer meeting at the. Baptist church last night. On account of file Christian meeting they dkfn't liave prayer services Wednesday night, which was the regular time. The Christian meeting is still going on with good attendance. Ilro. Benson came Saturday to help Rev. John W. Hedge and Rev. D. C. Williams in the meeting. Mrs. Williams Of Sweetwater moved to our little town last week. Mrs. Ooek Childs visited Mrs. E. X. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canton Herald — 2 August 1918

-*r, M r B8TABLISHED 1882 Herald FRIDAY, AUG11918 VOL. XXXVI, No.. 81 ! van zandter has good lead fp%trth— FOR RAILROAD COMMISSIONER Strong enough to handle big .business— Progressive enough to ap- preciate small business FIRST NATIONAL BANK IRBY CHRISTOPHER, Cashier, CANTON TEXAS Clarence F.. Gilinore. Third Quarterly Conference. third «111;irtcrI\ conference of Clinton circuit will lie held nl Wes- Chapel Saturday, August 17. The ■i-iing Elder, Rev. Jesse Lee, will e present and preach id 11 a, in. and old the Mi iioki tlie conference "(dinner, (which will Organizing New Company. (From the Willi Point Chronicle) Gave Benefit Play. . f mr | i | A splendid theatrical pl'iy was given ( apt. W. A. Gilbert of Mabank was h,, Canton Tuesdav evening at the home in Wills Point last Saturday, his inis-jo? Miss llcnrie Suddulh, which was sion being the organization of another | pVO(|m.(.d l,v the young peoph: of the'do not make military company, to be known as the eitv Miss Hori"cs HiiRose "...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canton Herald — 2 August 1918

W*<i B1S life m ,■*' i'p'S • ';-> ,7$ : ; f I *?• ■r S r';' ii fii Jm &:■ 1, ifl Pfp m m- KB * HERALD GEN. FERDINAND FGCH Gen. Ferdinand Foch haa been put In aupreme command of the armlea of tha alllaa on the weatern front. He gained great fame In tha battle of the and la conaltiered France'a beat strategist. He la chief of tha Freneh general staff. GERMANS ARE FORCED FARTHER NORTHWARD ATTEMPT TO HAl T AT FERE-EN- TARDENOIS, BUT ALLIES START THEM AGAIN. Paris.—The German withdrawal from the lower part of the Marne sal- ient continued Monday, though at no great speed. Official and other re- ports during the day Indicated that the Allied lines had been pushed northward from two to four miles since Saturday night, the greater ad- vanoe being on the western half of the southern side of the salient where the forces pursuing tha Germans are largely made up of Americans. The French are following up the enemy on the eastern half of the line. In falling -Mbk-before the Americans th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canton Herald — 2 August 1918

\ THE CANTON a; << OVER THE TOP" By An American Arthur Guy Empey Soldier Who Went Machine Gunner, Serving in France Copyright 1917, br Arthur Ouy Km pry BRITISH GUNNERS WORK STRIPPED TO THE WAIST EMPEY LEARNS THAT SOMETIMES A STREAK OF YELLOW CAN TURN PURE WHITE. Synopsis.—Fired by tile Kinking of the Lusltunia, with the loss of American lives, Arthur Guy Empey, un 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 souud of big guns and makes the acquaintance of "cooties." After a brief period of training Kiupey's company Is sent Into the front-line trenches, where he takes his first turn on the Are step while the bullets whiz overhead. Knipey learns, as comrade falls, that death lurks always iu the trenches. Chaplain distinguishes himself by rescuing wounded men under hot fire. With pick and shovel Empey l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canton Herald — 2 August 1918

..«kf..i. t ' I... i L 1 u ' r ■ I 1 «$. „ P 'M Farmers AND Ginners SAVE Feed BY USING War Road Policy. Ynything on the subject of good imds will >e of more or less interest , the people of Van Zandt county at lus time, as it is a matter in which all he people are concerned. The United talis government realises th„ vital importance of murr-aai t. mw vk-—* -i.hu nujmumatmj- i.ueiM.-muimn** nilitary and economic | f highways, and even before the war as planning state highway systems so hat, as far aa possible, they would onnect with other systems of other dates, there being a federal road act nvolving the expenditure of vast sums if money in connection with state ex- penditure* in building and maintaining these roads approved by federal author- ties. Since the declaration of war by the American government, "important highways" as described by Secretary Houston, has been greatly revised and include only those utilised or to be utilised by the military establishment, those which carr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Canton Herald — 2 August 1918

¥ •Iftli SALVATION ARMY i STOPS THE WAR: TEXAS WOMAN AT THE FRONT -1 TEMPORARILY HOLDS UP ACTIV- t ITIES ON ONE SMALL PART ^ OF WESTERN FRONT The Salvation Anuy has a reputa- tion for starting things in the A. H3. F., but one day last week, in a shell marred little village at the American front, the Salvation Army" hi ought the United States Army to a stand- .etil). Several hundred artillerymen had gathered for the regular Wednes- day night religious service, held in the hutment, conducted by that or- ganization at this point, and, in clos- ing, sang vigorously three verses of "The Star-Spangled Banner." A major who was passing came immediately to attention, bis e:,:i.nji*l(j being fo!' lowed by ail the inon and ofTicrs within hearing, and also j>y a sc.it terlng of French soldiers who were just emerging from the Catholic Church. By the time the second, verse was well under way three com panies of infantry, marching from a rest camp toward the front, had also come to a rigid salu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Canton Herald — 2 August 1918

* I J' ! f i -f; I 1 | !< W II I I \ m II r m* THE CANTON HID Calomel Users! Listen To Me! I Guarantee Dodson's Liver Tone QTour druggist gives back your money if it doesn't liven your liver and bowels and straighten you up without making you sick. tlgh t Calomel makes you sick. It's horrible I Take a dose of the dangerous drag tonight and tomorrow you day los® • day's work. Calomel Is mercury or quicksilver which causes necrosis of the bones. Calomel, when It comes Into contact with sour bile, crashes Into It, oreaklng It up. This Is when you feel that uwful nausea and cramping. If you nre slug- gish and "all knocked out," If your Uver Is torpid and bowels constipated or you have headache, dizziness, cout- «d tongue, If breath is bad or stomach ■our, just try a spoonful of hurmless Dodson's Liver Tone tonight. Here's my guarantee—Go to any drug store and get a bottle of Dodson's WEAK KIDNEYS MEAN A WEAK BODY spoonful and If It doesn't straighten you right up and make you feel ti...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Canton Herald — 2 August 1918

THK 'ANTON HERALD AMERICANS AGAIN PUSH GERMANS BACK PRUSSIANS ARE THROWN OUT OF SERGY AND CHASED TWO OR THREE MILES NORTH. exas HUNS FAIL EAST OF RKEIMS Attempt te Recapture St. Euphralse is Defeated by Resistance of French Troops. Tarli.—Very little grcund In the Marne sailent changed hands during the Ashling reported Tuesday, but the greater part ef it is credited to the allied armies. Dispatches are not an clear as they might be, but recording them on the war map shows that the Germans managed to regain eight or ten square milos and that the allies took away from them something like 15 or 20. The Gorman 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 I.on don story, the counter attacks netted the Germans the towns of Beugneux, near Grand Itozoy, on the west side of the salient, and Ciergcs, la the lower southern part of the salient, southeast of Fere-en-Tardenols. These gains are n...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Canton Herald — 2 August 1918

vte-~ vu* Hi' 8 Is Women! Here is a message to suffering women, from Mm. W. T. Price, of Public, Ky.: "I suf- fered with painful...", she writes. "1 got down. with a weakness in my "hack and limbs...! felt helplees and dis- couraged ... I had about given up hopes of ever being well again, when a friend insisted I Take CARDUI The 8 NEWS OF THE COUNTY | * tUMMHtMMSMaaM V MWMIUht JACKSON been completely demolished in prcpar- ] ation for building the new one. About a dosen ladies have so far signed up for the egg cirrle. More mem- bers are needed before business can*,be i liegun with certainty of success, and all • who have eggs to sell arid wish to get ' better price for them should enroll Canton, lloute ft, July SO.—-The a ...— , . Christian meeting began here Saturday ,lt ont.e( j„ order that as much as pos- nivcht. J sible of the remaining hot weather may j Jno. W. Hubbard of Hundley, who |,e utilized. The hot months are the time has been visiting relatives here for when the egg cir...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canton Herald — 9 August 1918

TV IMS ESTABLISHED 1882 Herald :iil EOL. XXXVI. No. 32. THE WORLD HOLDS NOTHING BETTER than a modern, thoroughly equipped farm. A connection with a strong, friendly bahk is the most essential of all farm equipment, and is some- thing the modern farmer cannot successfully do without. We cordially solicit the accounts of farmers and invite them to make freest use of our every facility. ! FIRST NATIONAL BANK I ; ft | IRBY CHRISTOPHER, Cashier, CANTON-TEXAS $ [ K Will Deliver Lecture. Messrs. G. A. Printer and E. W. Bartholomew, with the V. M. C. A. of the War Department, were in Canton a short time yesterday afternoon, and arranged for the delivery of their lec- ture here at the Baptist church next Tuesday evening at 8:30 o'clock. They are of the Red Triangle League, and have been assigned to Van Zandt coun- ty for the present to deliver these lec- tures which are illustrated, showing the great work of the Y. M. C. A. and its extensions during the war to the trenches and the army canto...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canton Herald — 9 August 1918

I I THE CANTON HERALD SMALL ENGAGEMENTS ON THE FRENCH FRONT GERMANS IN LOCAL ATTACK EAST OP AMIENS CAPTURE HUNDRED BRITISH. BAD WEATHER OH THE VESLE Germans Still Hold Position* on North Sid* of Riv*r, With Th«ir Intention* Not Clear. London.—The Germans Tuesday made a strong loc«u aaack on t.i^ British holding pos.uoas aiong Ui- road from uraye 10 v- oiuie, .a cue iv gton east of Amiens. iierlin c.airu. Lie capture ot in the ne.gu&oruou. of 10U prisoners as a result ot ttu operation. Miie British official repot-<. dealing with the same tignting au mits that the enemy "succe- -ud Li taking advanced trench line on <. small porxion or tne front," and adu^ tnat local tig tiling continues in th. area. The Britisn captured a few prisoners also. This ^s the most Im- portant fighting reported in *ranc' Tuesday. Along the Vesle the French repon holding such positions as they havo occupied on the north ban* of the river, although the Germans have made energetic attempts to drive th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canton Herald — 9 August 1918

THK CANTON HERALD m m f "i % ■y fe; . ife y i -4, I ' we m " AN AMim\ SOLDIER WI10 WTN1' - '* AffiUMIYEMY MACHINE C'jnriER, WCIH FRAtf( ©1917 BY •.^rHuRwyrnPtY CHAPTER XXIV—Continued. —-23— ^Just hh he finished speaking, the wel- come "pup-pup" of a machine gun In their rear rang out, and the front line of the onrushlng Germans seemed to melt away. They wavered, but once again came rushing onward. Down went their second line. The machine sun was- taking an awful toll of lives. Then again they tried to advance, hut the machine gun mowed them down. Dropping their rifles nnd bombs, they broke and fled In a wild rush bnck to their trench, amid the cheers of "D" company. They were forming again for another attempt, when in (he rear of D company came a mighty cheer. The ammunition had arrived and with It a battalion of Scotch to re-enforce them. They were saved. The unkuown machine gunner hud come to the ivscue In the nick of time. With the re-enforcements it was an easy tusk to take the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canton Herald — 9 August 1918

Farmers AND Ginners SAVE Feed BY USING Republic Trucks Compare Quality and Price before buyiny any other Truck SOLD BY Currie, Gaston :«•:« MOVING SHORT COURSE i.i EXTENSION SERVICE WORK. || I _ jf! 'l'he week beginning on the 1 f'tli of this month hihI for the five days 'here- ft! after will mark a great epoch in the if history of \ ail Zandt county. The pa- rt per is authorized to say th.it it will be 5 the "Annual Automobile 1 rip .>* ii- •v speclion," or what is known as* the P ' "Moving Short Course" for the young « farmers of the county, «■ p< cially Hu- rt hum!rrlis of members of ti e Hoy s 1< :n Si Clubs. This great work will bo under j; ' the supervision of M. 11. Yaniliver. the §i county agent, who bus secured the i services of the experts of the various Jt cU'partnit'iits of the Kxti'iusiou SIN.VI* 6 : Work of the A. & M. College of lYxas g I for the entire week, The personnel i f {{.these speakers anil the localities where j'J i these meetings «>ll be heh...

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