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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Times — 26 November 1896

it T'T NOVELTY EDITION, OF THE COLORADO TIMES. A Thanksgiving Story. COLORADO, TEXAS, NQ\\ — MBER 28, 1820. - rudely shf in<1 woro laurels {jr">w:i ril en for till* Edition Iiv Min M v <>hid•> Necbil. ilanu'liter of Mr. and Jl: -. , , , . 'lliomuf Nc bit, of Hock wall, Tex 14.] ! brOllder p'WliS and lit more t-xals- : ed al mcspherca. The Club—tlie J. U. O-Jost! At la,t lht! ereat di,.v ,,f prep: - i ration (law>ie<l. Kaoli set meir.ty 'ahont il.t task assigned her, and MIrh coi fid.'I.ee Its WOUbl been h it (lit to Hhpoleon I at Waterloo. HM the flab <!e- , . . ... , dKMi'il llttintolt km rXptdilhn had a must woudcrftll iIiUiiik, it , , _ , I :o the V>rtli or a tour to in iMc.ile, ami no* a Tuauksg'v- , .... ... , Central Alrtea it won d scarce ing dinner is proposed, , I l ave iiffimuM! a more important The vrrj idrx liHiigi down the'H;r cr ^•kyii.-e. ir.stai.tly every gir! the floor, wildly gestic- U-« Girls, had been organized enr- Iv in 8iiturner. It ...

Publication Title: Colorado Times, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Times — 26 November 1896

WOMEN'S THANKSg^Yy 1 u M ** EDITION, -OP -The Colorado Tlmes.- Pablished by T PCOOPER Flited nndw the auspices of the Bap tiHt Ladies Building Association. tuiinnl change, that J tb^Hfer the earth. most perfect good feeling, sympo- nproots the wheat with the j years ago on.- Mm. T. Q. thy and all possible co operation tares; he it) a good business man \ MuLtfn made a noble effort to rem- id christian work. It is with pride and an active force in politics, the ! edy (hi*, and through her personal and gratitude to God that I say, first to cam an honest living, the | exertions, water, the prime factor denominational jealousy or hatred second to help every other to a I in an effort to adorn, was introduc- is a thing unknown. |/ fair chance of tli^ sarin, instead Jed. There the effort rested not! Too much stress cannot be laid of making his own "pile" and leaving every other to ' rustle for himself." Whether woman exerts Mm. MARTHA B.SMOOT, Editor and General Manager Mat. Nannib . Laboks...

Publication Title: Colorado Times, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Times — 26 November 1896

V 1 i L . •r >£ \ r. \ UN jfitfHtfctijij Mgctl. L'STlt^d &va cDzce&cn, of vi>lic Saat t?ea;i e)3ci ptic^t (Boffege, at cftusfV, ^earaj. |fc|*j 9&flQfc2^3 JGwJPS; "I nevt*r saw the likes of put- tin' on as them Joneses do since Mrs. Jones' uucle leit tliern thai 4Uflno.v, Bought a new parlor set and old Jones thinks of buildiu' in the spring. - There is Tim, sent him to Pougbkeepsie, as (hey call it, to siutiy book-keeping, aud Le- i a who always had sncli sweet, prim wajs, sent her to Cincinnatti to take music lessons La! who knows when thai girl comes buck she will be so stuck up she will not come nigh us. The likes ol the clothes they mane her I nev- er saw in all my life." such was the gabbling Mrs. Newton's com- ment. Melville was a sociable little village; aud when the Sew- ing Oircle met there wu«« always a pl-oaty to talk about. "Why they shouldn't I can't see,"ftai'd Mrs. Boyd, "they should fix up a little now that they have the means aud as to the Joues pe...

Publication Title: Colorado Times, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Times — 26 November 1896

1 V J m im f"™ ffappy" ^eleasT (Jn ""i'EanRsgiviag. ■ ■irlttea For TMs Edition bj Miss Dottia Sc rborougli of Waco University," | Wtco, Texu.^ mmmm mmmmmmmmT Ton days before Thanksgiving, juste down of Mabel Wlwetou's most lotimate frlei.de received tbree cor«ered notee from tiny', . her lu?Ulng tbem to a "boose par- ty" at ber home, to spend Tbauks giving week. We were quite a congenial crowd m we gathered into the parlor* ol ber city home that night some of ue meeting for the first time and some, friends of long ■tending. There was her brother from Yale, with two of bis college friend*} two cousins, a bride and groou>; a young minister from a aeigbgoriufe townj.ber llaucee and her brother, and fottr of ber own scbool girl friends, of whom I was ber special "churn." I bad never visited Mabel at ber home before and of coarse wns unacquainted with the members of her family. One in mute of her household ire rarely saw. He was introduced to us the first evening of our coming *" Mabe...

Publication Title: Colorado Times, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Times — 26 November 1896

mmtmm m Tongue Twisted Thopn. m ill Nance <f Palestine,Texas- iw rav Baa saea Buj! asm kfrs BK9 KS £33 -— — — Palestine, Texas* | Theophilus Sundown was the titflieHi hoy in the city. Ho hud eba««y r l linir, n freckled face, rough, coarse feauires. huge, yd low_u« h, and eytts of tin* most lutPlifrC I lite He WeB 80 Utip'O tp«xlng 11 | uncouth inappear hi* fuce while Mh freckles. too, became less conspicuous. He re t i ipd his own earnings and spent ihein in replcnishinghis wardrobe. Iliw uttole demanded t lie in from liitn hut. was refused. He then isn't that lij 1 Pied to cajole him with flattery presence was always aid fair promises, wo! led bv everyone; and he be- was obstinate. Inr the boisterous in which the ji'Kt of the Vulild be witty school cried out with phups, I lien, too, bi'sidpB liitt hideous Iphy8i0(!ii0inj lie whs to tongue twisted that it, was well niyb im- possible for him to Bpe.ik a whole sentence intelligibly, and as a name resulting from this misfor- tune, ...

Publication Title: Colorado Times, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Times — 26 November 1896

••firw I ■ a Evan* M'm Phuia Evan ia|y All of the grand-ohlldren were spending the Christmas h olidays at Grandpa Stone's boose iu the coontry. They always loved to visit at 0rand-pa's, for he aud Grand ma always did everything they could to make the ohildren happy. Tbia Cbriatmas they bad all of their grand children with them and a happier, merrier crowd never was seen. There were twenty-flve of them, and they spent nearly every evening sitting around the Are, cvacklng ants, and eating apples, while lis- tening to some dellghtfnl story of long ago, told by Grand-pa or Grand-ma, who took turns in tell Ing stories. This evening it wan Grand-ma's turn. It was a cold nlgt t in December, and the wind roared furiously. "Now Grand- ma," said Marian, "we are all ready to bear your story, whatev er it may be." '-Well, my darlings' replied the dear, patient Grand ma, "I bava told you nearly ev- ery tale that I know, but I wilt tail you to night about something that I did, about 60 yaara ago....

Publication Title: Colorado Times, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Times — 26 November 1896

Merry Times of Little Women Edited by Jo's Grandma. jirl* lt.lt and Julia Winno Bailey, aged 7, daughter Jeo. M. Bailey, of the Dallas Ncwtr. hank you for the compliment of givr ' me a place in your little women's Nub. I am kI'UJ you havn't got a "Peg- gy'' to eat np my letters like the Dallas News has, tho' the picture of that one looks just like one of our Colorarl* don key* had posed for it. We iiave lots of fun on this side of the river playing ball and building playhouses* etc., but the most fun (have is watching the lit- tle pigs eat their dinner. Wo have ten This Is my first let'er for a paper, ami 1 hope you will like it, for believe me I am writing it for you with a great deal of pleasure; and when I see it in print, 1 will think it great fun if uobody else does. Colorado. Mary liickson. aged 10, daughter of Mrs. Ju- lia Dickson. Dear Merry Corner: Of course I Iuvl- fun; and I do enjoy it when other people iriuke funny mistakes, A little girl needn't go out of her own home ...

Publication Title: Colorado Times, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Times — 26 November 1896

y (I I' .A'< i I r ■ i . i <j_y Saved Him. I A. „.t j;Cf;t ti\l in) itn>si' V. Ono •ii.-j while fr>jrif; to i .ork I ft* a little ;;irl ;it v:< rk i i yard. 4omVfbing Iwie i.t > '.rp ft M*c what v/uh no hu y at; it was a I'aUny B 'I It brought back to o.ein vi,, I < «! jrf this >Ia." i of my child hood, when we used t'> work our pan *:•. . I suppose * something in my I'tc- told of my When f was sis years <dd my fa- thoughts, for suddenly thA eliilil John Kieldretb moved id stepped work and looked a.t mn a Hockey Bend loii« timc.it st-emed to mi*, t' eu J Hockey lifuA w * named from fshe picked a pansy end gave it to j a ledge of rock just Mouth of ihe (®<? wi'b th 'je word*: '"1 give ; village. We moved ther* e; irly yo'i fbia bec-jusc you lo u no loin- I iu the fell. W e were not Ion j inly.'-' That w is allin a moment j getting acquainted *ith our neigh- ^bc wan gone. J1 w■'* only a pan J |>or*. Mr*. Maynor, o«r next door sy, but It made m ■ thi...

Publication Title: Colorado Times, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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