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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Times — 20 January 1907
raLw I fr \ ' f 0 ° • «« o 1 fl ¿rcs~.Jt ; v. ^ '• PART U* W V '' " 7 -« • . A "If** 17** 1 he Even VOLUME XX. TYLER, TEXAS. SUNDAY, JANUARY 20 I MRS. EDDY'S REPLY id JAN S M CLURE. C-: '•¡p< ' l i íh nalu'jii.ny on Christian Science .to say that juan Is aroused to thought ■or action only by ease, pleasure, or i «NSpmpenbe. fcuwet'Klug higher, nob- ler, more Imperative, impels the lm< ; : pulse of Soul. B'L ^ H becomes my duty to be Just to r.'n, -jif1' aot puUl* as caused by cancer. McClure's Magazine says that "the quarrels between Mary, a child ten years old, and her father, a gray- haired man of fifty, frequently set the house In an uproar," and adds that these "fits" were diagnosed by Dr. l.add as "hysteria mingled, with bad ^tUcfc on teimjar," My mother often pigmented ui^jHR KÍME3 . Chr «round r My child refer II ifcmtty my M.Jtóher ;he *When M ''-'i* I ^ r I 1 s&j iltlng Oover- oe'a tether, ijd-head- ahout the stick, saying, f'I McClure's Mazarine at- ray father la...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Times — 20 January 1907
Hit i SOCIAL NOTES En Avant. The meeting with Miss Frankie Bothwell, Tuesday afternoon was well attended, lessons thorouhly prepared, and recited in bright entertaining manner. A warm welcome was extended the new member, Mrs. Frank Williams. Roll call was anwered by; Mes- dames R. E. Bryan,'.Newt Prest- wood, Gid Bell, Langston Adams, Will Murray, Miss Lillie Row- land. Wise T*lk By the Office Boy. Woith While Club. This vigorous young club en- ters upon its active career with the new year. It was organized in the ftfl. and is now well launched on its study couráe. While Shakespeare, with collat- eral reading, medieval history, etc., cortltitutes the leading study, there are readings along other lines, and the club keeps well abreast with the times and thoroughly informed on all pub- lic matters of interest. Atare- 9 I was asking the boss which was best for a growing boy who had to work for a living—sym- pathy or money—and he replied. Neither, sonny; what you need most is energy. If...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Times — 20 January 1907
t \ ...PBOFES PROFESSIONAL... 1 Dr. A. L. Montgomeiy, officb hours: 10 to 12 a. m. and ü to 4 p. m. Office over Starley's drug store, cor- ner square and Broadway, Tyler, Tex. DR. R. O. MORGAN, DENTIST. Does all kind of Dental work at rea- sonable prices. Prompt and polite at- tention to patrons at all hours DOSIA SGHENCK. TRAINED NURSE West Hnuston Street Tyler, - - Texas Old Pnone,444 DEACON PRESLEY Special Nurse Notify by mail or call at 530 N. Fannie Avenue. —Also dig and clean ojt wells— SIU J. JOHNSON Justice of the Peace and Notary.Public Tyler, - - - Texas Office 3rd Fit or Court Ilouse * S H 0 R T £ S T R 0 u T E S T 0 <3 Ú c c E s >\ ★ Locations of ★ ITYLFR. TEXAS Old Phone 71 Local Manager I $50 2~1 YOU DRAUGHONlf PRACTICAL KANSAS CITV M O. ST LOUIS MO. (HOOT'S NW DlV ) t VANSVILLt • f* o. \ F T SCOTT kan, paducam NASHVILLE paleigm M.C oxvi vOKLAHOMA CITY K L A COLUMBIA I ANT A CiA. . (HD9r s. s A -DENISON TEX ft-worth MONTGOME ALA. pevepopt JACKSON iss. WACO JACKSO...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Times — 20 January 1907
t SOCIAL PAGE BY MRS. JAS. T. HARRIS J CROSS OF HONOR. No On crown of laurel, wreath of bay. , coi¡q'rir¡g brow to proudly lay# Had vanquished South her sons to give. . - Their diadem* are deeds that live. . Time's soothed the grief but not the prid'J For those who thus so nobly died. Loving 'mcmbrance of gain and •0BS . • ..TT , Are crusted deep in Honor s Crops," Though a bit of bronze. Now daisies dot the em'raid plain . . , ., j That once were red with bloody stains. . Crumbled to dust the flags that wgvfid O'er fearless hearts that danger braved! Corroding rust the keen blade dims! , . , , Silent the stirring battle hymns! In trenched graves, or grass- grown mounds, Or yet in life, with scars and wounds, This gray-garbed mighty South- ern host That dauntless stood at honor s P°st> . . „ Hold«. living shrines in Southern hearts And name and fame that ruthless darts Can tarnish never. Cross of Honor! By valor won! By deeds heroic, nobly done! On veterans' breasts then proud- l...