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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Occasional Advertiser — 15 December 1884
VOL. 1. CORSICANA, TEXAS, DECpfcBKR Ji„J884. ■i'f> ", i jf<"<amfi- ■■ !-. . ■/•iiii.iSp. v *• We guarantee for this fanme • eiretllation of three to fotir thoa- sand copies, therefore it Witl give merchants, business men, me- efi&ntci, and ever) oue who avail themselves of the opportunity to advertise ic its columns a chance to reach more readers than they eosld possibly reach by any oth- er publication in the county.* Wii ? should vou read the Ad- vetiseb? To find where you can buy the numerous articles you want for the holiday*? Yes, and you will find that it you patron- ize those who advertise in its colutfms, )ou will bo sj*re to get the worth of your money every time. Then read it carefully, hand it to your neighbor, tell him to do likewise. If you want an extra copy, call at the office of publication, in back room over 0. L. Fewell's hardware store, and you can gel it free of charge* Mrs. E. LeBeaa keeps on hand one of the finest stocks of Millinery intheeity. Bea...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Occasional Advertiser — 15 December 1884
THE WORLD S WONDER! * JkM How astonishingly low C. L. Fewell can sell Hardware, Ctueensware, Tinware, Woodware, Pocket and Table cutlery, Stoves, Nails, Barbed Wire and everything in his line, is one of the wonders that excite the multitude as they throng his stor^ For goods! H.emamber for*yiv rvqxt SO days, thoitsandj,afrfoUilrs worth ofHaMiaaiy will de sold at this house for cash, and atprices riever before* hSard of."irk Corsicana.-;* [ ' ' ? The ADVERTISER Wm. H. Davis, Pub. and Prop'r. Entered at the Post Office at Corsicana Texas, for transmis- sion throughOhe mails as second ■class mail matter. Oor«lcarua. Sec. -l.5t 18Q4. J* OarSay, The Advertiser will be issued monthly, or oftener as occasion may require, it will contain one or more column* of readiog mat- ter for the Woman's Christian Temperance Union, edited by them: This alone will be worth more than the price of subscrip- tion. It will also contuiu sever- al columns of the latest news. It will always be fouud on the sid...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Occasional Advertiser — 15 December 1884
-;.v The LlpsthatTouoh Liquor Must Never Touch Aline. «f £ '• You are coming to wo9 mc, but not as of yore. • - When I hastened to welcome your knock at the door; For I trusted that he wiio stood wait- ing me then, Was the brightest, the truest, the no- blest of men. Your lips on mybwu when ihey print- ed •'Farewell," f Had never been soiled by "the bever- • age of hell;" But they come to.mn now with the bacchanal sign. And the lips that touch liquor must never touch mice." L think of that night on the steps all alone, When in whispers you told me your heart was my owo, That four love in the futnro should faithfully be L" as ha rod by another, kept only for me. Ob, sweet to my soul is the memory .still, Of the lips which met mine, when they murmered "I will;" Bat now to their pressure no more they inclino. . , For the lips that touch liquor must never touch mine. Oh, Jim how it crustied me, when first in your face The pen of the '*Rum Fiend" bad writ- ten "disgrace"; And turned me i...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Occasional Advertiser — 15 December 1884
'-* r ";3F- W. F. SHOOK & CO, THE DRUGGISTS OF CORSICANA, \ \ 1884 HOLLIDAY All parties wishing t« boy in the JDrug Line will do All X-inast Goods 50 Come early and ents before they 1 GOODS, 1884 Holliday Goods, or anything well to call on us first. per cent less than last year. select your Pres- are picked over., Breskfa«t Table Talk. Father. Johnio I understand that yon were down at Mart Gib- bons' new auction house last night. Johnie. Yw air, I was and I got some things there that I hare not shown you or Ma jet. Mother. Well, my sen what is it? Johnie. I bought a bran new suit of clothes, just the prettiest thing you ever saw, and they only cost me four dollars. I also height for yoo and sister some fine bal- moral skirts, two nice shawls and two pairs nice button shoes, and now guess what they cost? Mother. We!I, my son, I don'tT P. S. BROOKS, & Co. COR8IOANA, TEXAS. i ens of all sort* of goods in his ! house and if ho makes only a little on everything he sells, in th« g...