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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 4 December 1909

o o «ate WB' T'XM- o 0 & [I -Weekly Courier-Times. VOLUME XXVI. TYIiER, TEXAS. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1009. M'.MIU'.H 97. THE BIG STORE—THE LEADING HOUSE Great Offer in LEADS The Contest Growing interesting- Many People are Reading the Semi-Weekly Courier-Times NOTICE! MANY SAMPLE SOPIES SENT OUT As the values in this special sale of Hosiery are out of the ordinary, and our stock is rather limit- ed, you had better come early for the best selec- tions as these will go in a hurry. Ladies Silk Hose in black, white and leading ¡colors of the season^Mplendid values at 2.00 a pair, special 1,45 Ladie^MÉ Hose, in black, garter top, heels and toes linen lined wwake them more durable, regular 2.50, special 1.95 Ladies Lilse Hose in black and all late colors, as mulberry, ashes of roses, bronze etc., to match dresses, with pretty embroidered designs, worth 75c, special 59c Ladies Lisle Hose, black only, all sizes, will give splendid satisfaction, 3 pairs for 1.00 Cadet Hose for Ladies, Bo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 4 December 1909

S Vri'ROAY. DKCBIBKR i. 1 f m ! Ñ I 81 I Ml II I I I'i: J: I '; I I vl I I ■■ OOl Semi-Weekly Courier-I imes BY The Courier-Times Publishing Co. DAILY Incorporated SEMI-WEEKLY 8. A. LINTSEY ... H. A. McDOUGAL. F. E. RAFFl'RTY Editor. . Acsoci&te Editor. .. Business JlF Eaterud at.TyWr. CUu oí publication Trt i Mail Mitier 211-213 North Bru*J ) Tou rc«<iifniri< for anoth h.-ugm C in? (>m«. think then the n and A PI.AI\ cTATKMUNT As T<) THK ItOAi* gl • ri- V #upp .rt eit >the t w bs. P thre Th >:tl i x ir> ;'<4yr jnV> ►aa <41 1 open f i nieta- ! j ilone.V I 4>ractl- J int. In tl >t: •.ti met.' V *1 ~r tl Subscription ratea. MrafiU per month bjr earner or br mail 16.00 per near. A reflection appaarinc in tftm cotaWM coa iog any individual, will be cheerfully cor* if brought to the at ten bod of the kAiiot, Til*: DKIFT FHOM THE FARM W1U ntly Ii •w and F •d 1 Pi -H.rting >ymcnt a-vi % eep th In Secretary oí Asri call* atti ntUm to th cmuing- num...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 4 December 1909

« \\ ic U d tl ci ti Cl .SI I v li h W. J. BRYAN NOW IN TEXAS Pp. ci;il to Courier-Times. OalVfstjn, Tin.. Nov. 30—William Jennings Bryan arrived here thl.s morning as a su< -t Col. \v. L. Moody. Tiie Nebra.skan il^cllnod t'.> dUtua.s incident with reporter at rtan Antoiilu !'d;iy when ííryan re* K?nt« il the 'iiiiry a.s to bo lm^poetiw candidacy i..r fourth timo for presi- dent. 1K> «-peak Thursday night here on ta rift.' and will hunt duck mean- time. SI MM N UKATil fiiom \rni«i,rvv. Spccial to Courier-Times. lMlhnrt, T>'x., Nov. "o.—Janus M-t loney of Port Worth, who recently became mentally deranged and lodg- ed in the county jail h -re, died this morning: at an early hour before the papers were received tfivlnn him a place in t'.e state Insane asylum. Dosth \v.i.s sudden, pi' ibably due t) npopli \y. laid oí Thanks. The Kincr's Daughters wish to re- turn thanks through the columns of the Courier-Times, to everyone wlm helped f.n tag day, by their gifts, to carry on ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 4 December 1909

SATURDAY. DECEMBER i, 1909. SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. ■ / j* I Are you one of the thousands of women wlioj suffer from female ailments t If so, don't'be discour-1 aged, go to your druggist and get a bottle of Wine of j Cardui. On the wrapper are full directions for use. | During the last half century, Cardui has been established in thousands of homes, as a safe remedy j I for pain which only women endure. It is reliable, contains no harmful ingredients ar.d can be depend- ¡ ed on in almost any case. TYLER MAN IN PRO CAMPAIGN MARSHALL MIADOR RENDERS EFFECTIVE SERVICE IX TRIX- ITY FIGHT. PROS WIN 225 MAJORITY I! Will Eelp YÍKI Mrs. Charles Bragg, of Sweclser, Ind., t; i- <1 Cardui. She jjj'jj writes: "Tongue cannot tell how ir.uch Cardui lias clone for mo. Before I began taking Cardui I could not do a day's work. I would work awhile and lie down. I shall always give praise to your medicine." Try Cardui. AT ALL D3X7G CT02ES NOW OWNED 8Y INDIVIDUAL STATE XO LONGER OWNS TÜ- liKHC ULO...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 4 December 1909

I 1 EYE-OPENER 5 A LE Beginning Saturday Horning Nov. 27 And Ending Friday, December 24th We shall put on a special sale every day in the week, the largest and most complete stock of new Fall and Winter goods ever put on sale in Tyler. No old shoddy bankrupt stuff in our store, but fresh new goods in every department. Here's a few of the many bargains we offer. 1 One lot Ladies Tailored Suits, new styles, drum- mers' samples in blue and green, 27.50, good value at $15-00 300 Ladies and Misses long coats in all colors ex- tra special values at from $1.98 to $19.50 One big lot Silk and Satin Rubberized Ladies Rain Coats at reduced prices. 120 this season's Ladies' Skirts in blacks, blues, greys and browns from 1.95 up to 12.50. No oth- er house has them as cheap. Men's Suits, Overcoats and Pants are on the Bar- gain Counter, "Kaufman's Pre Shrunk" Suits can't be excelled for style and quality. We have too much clothing and have marked ev- erything down during this sale. Suits from 3,5...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 4 December 1909

o O I I I .1 1 I r i >3 1 I 'r v 11 I ;% fi m i SATURDAY, DECRMliER I, 1909. m STMl-WFJJil.Y fOfRlER-TIMEA KV^W// 77777/Zmmi^ mmmzsmm Stock Reducing Sale Begins Saturday, December 4th Only 18 Selling Days until Christmas and we find that we are heavily overstocked on all winter goods, because the season has been backward. Therefore, determined as ever that nothing shall be carried over from one season to the other. Desirable and seasonable Merchandise must be closed out, and in order to accomplish that purpose we have made some Terrific Price Reductions on all surplus stocks Never before did we present in mid-season such splendid values on strictly up-to-date wearing apparel, nor show as large variety of styles as is to be found in our store now Terrific Price Reductions on our entire line of Ladies and Misses Tailored Suits during our Annual Stock Reduc¡ng Sale TAILORED SUITS all this sesons styles to seect from $15.00 (Mfl flfl find $17.59 values, now y IU UU TAILORED SUITS in ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 4 December 1909

\r WIFE FOUND DEAD IN DED will' <>i l'OKMI.K TM.IHITi: .MKF/rs tk\<;h in: \'i 11 ix ST. LOl'IS. St. I<"uls papers of yest'M'il.y chron lclecl the death .if Jlrs. li. 10. Hra.l- ford. who was found dead Ij'lnsi pcfosH her hed, having been dead t\v > days. U nrt fuilitre is assigned as fhf cause of her sudden death. Her husband had been out of the city for several days, and was ¡ir i.s • trated when he returned home and found iiis wife dead. Mr. Bradford some years ago liv- ed in this city and served as pre- sc> iptioiiist for Chas. Uiwen, well known to many old rot-id outers. Ho is of the Kradford family at Troup\ 11 is wile .is a .M i"-' Box of Hunts- vilie. Mr. Hradf nl was very popu- lar with all our c it'/.ens who enjoyed his acquaintance. For some years he has resided in St. Louis and now holds the position as manage r of the Continental Casualty Company. DALLAS GUTS TIIE NEXT MEETING. Wichita Falls, Tex., Nov. SO.—.V continuous rain fell here all day yes- terd...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 4 December 1909

/ IAY, DECEMBRR 1. 1H contoauTDfis. County Good Roads Convention Called by Dr. H. L. Tate for December 18th T, as chairman of *t;cli convention, do hereby call a meeting of the Smith County Oood Road* conven- tion to convene at the district C'lirt room In Tyler, on Saturday, Dec- Uth, at 11 o'clock a. m.. for the pur- pose of receiving the report *tt Ui® commlttei; of eleven of which 8. A. Llndsey, a* chairman, appointed to vlífit I.lrdale, Troupe und Bullard, and hold meeting with the people of such c mmunitles to ascertain the sense 'if such people t j word a coun- ty bond Issue for Improving tho roads. Said committee will have complet- ed it* work by that dato and thl- convention hi called to reconvene to receive such report and take «110*1 action tlieroon a* may be determin- ed together with such further action regarding the question of good roads a the convention may deem best. All delegate* from each of tho 26 voting prcclncU are urged to attend this meeting as the matters to ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 8 December 1909

'' I • © <§ ..Til " ■ ':*k@ © t) O u O S W"® AU9tln> T<,*a" Semi-Weekly Courier-Times. '4-fi VOLUME XXVI. TYLER, TEXAS. WEDXESDW, DECEMBER 8. 1001 . NUMBER OS. CONGRESS MET TODAY Special to Courier-Times. Washington, D. C. Dee. G.—On the stroke of the noon hour today the sixty-first congress commenced. Th-i gallerhs were filled with crowds <>í curious people, while on floors of house and senate scenes attending former openings today were re-enact- ed. Owing to death of Congressmen Lassite'r of Virginia, DeDimond of Missouri, and Senator Johnson of Nofrth Dakota, congress adjourned at 12:40 until tomorrow. The only business accomplished was appointment of house and sen- ate committee to wait on president and infirm him congress is in session and ready to receive his message, which is expected tomorrow. Be- lieved congress will leave Nicaragua affair In hands of Taft and cabinet ARRESTED ON SERIOUS CHARGE Declaration of War. Special to Courier-Times. Washington, D. C., ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 8 December 1909

© o «a © © WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 8, 190 . 8EMI-WEEK1Y COCKIER-TIMES. I Semi-Weekly Courier-1 imes BT Die Courier-Times Publishing Co. Incorporated OAILY SEMI-WEEKLY 8. A. LIND6EY Editor. H. A. UcDOUOAL. .Associate Editor. 7. E. RAFFERTY . . Business Mgr. it ITyUr, Texas, Poatofflce u Second CUas Hall Matter. of publication, 211-218 North Broadway, Tyler, Tux a*. gnbaeripttop rates/60 eenta per month by carrier, or by maO 18.00 per'year. ▲ reflection appearing In thaae columna eon [any Individual, will be cheerfully^ sssv brought to the attention of the COT' dl tor. TAKES A RAP AT THE COURTS. The Dallas Times-Herald takes a fall out of the courts and Juries with prolonging coach which should be settled at once In the following: "Burrel Oats escaped again. Ten Jurors voted to give him the death penalty and two life imprisonment. Ten men would not or could not g-> t> two meii and there yiu are. Now •damn the courts and 'the antiquated Bystcin' and 'the technicalities' of the law so...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 8 December 1909

" GO F"~—1 O © O xvFWxEsnvv.Gbncr.MNFii s. 190 . & 0 ' 0 the daily comIF.R.times. 0 ®9or TRACTIOX ENGINE MACHINE EO R BUILDING GOOD ROADS. CHARACTERS REV. B. H. GREATIIOUSE OF CAMP, ARK., TALKS OP OLD HEROES. TEX.-MANSAS FRIENDSIIP Mnny l'cxuns Win Fought Fop In. dependence of Lone Star Came From Arkansas. The Courier-Times Is in receipt oC a letter from Rev. I?. IT. Greathouse, who for several years, served as pas- tor of Marvin M. E. church in this city. He is now living at Camp, Arkansas. Bro. Greathouse's letter discusses many instances of historical worth j-ueh men as Austin. Crockett, Travis and many other heroes who fought for the independence of the Lon>i Star state. We ar¿ glad to give publication of Bro. Greathouse's let- ter, and trust he will find time to give us another one. The letter follows: Dear Old Courier-Times:—I have not forgotten you, if you have ceascJ to follow me. My relations to many Texans are so pleasant. I am anx- ious that all Texas should remem-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 8 December 1909

# WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1B0B SEMI-WEEKLY CO TRIER-TIMES. "N 8M ■fttJ i , v ' Ú) y- - ■■ $ r V\; 'V Biggest Special Sale During December 1909 LI PsfATES Costs nothing to come and see. Choose what you want Tou are dead sure to save a good part of your purchase money during December at our house A Sale, not of a few leaders only, like most other stores get up, in which there are half a dozen items, like calico, domestic, ginghams and undershirts offered a little below the regular prices, and the rest at higher prices, to make up for above, but a sale in which every article offered is a genuine big money-saver. A gigantic sale of $75,000 of Merchandise like this of ours with every article at money sav- ing prices, is possible only, when goods are bought like we buy them, thousands of dollars worth at half price, the balance in big quantities direct from the factories, with the big discounts open to the large quantity buyer. Calicoes, Domestic , Bed tick- ing, Cotton checks, Bleaching, ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 8 December 1909

o LiJJ- vw:nyi ir>Air. decfmber s. iwmi. SMALLPOX IS NEGLECTED I.INDALi: REPORTER COMPLAI.VS THAT XOTH1XG BEING DOXE TO PREVENT SPREAD. The Lindale Reporter of this week ha.s the following- "We understand there are a num- ber of cases of smallpox In this sec- tion of the county. In fiet there is a certain settlement on the river, mostly negroes, that has net been free of the disease in some time. Tho county health offieer has been out ti investigate the matter and found .there were a number of cases, sonvi among white people, but if anything •has been done to stop the spread of this dreaded disease, we are not aware of it. it is true, perhaps, that so for there has been but few, if any deaths, caused from smallpox in the county, but people dread the disease just the asme ,and do n it want it to get started in their family. If tho county does not take the matter in' charge and try to ftop its spread then what are the people to do? We are told there has been no quaran- tine against...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 8 December 1909

í mí THE STATES' CONTENTION Special to Courier-Times. Auítln, Tex., Dec. 3.—Special coun- sel C.H. Jenkins, of fcrownwood, who is agisting tha state in the prosecu- tion of Henry Clay Pierce, charged •with falsifying in connection with Watcre-Plerce Oil Company affida- vits, this morning answered argu- ment* of defense on motion to quash lndlctmcnts on tbo ground Insuffici- ent evidence. "A man may be pris- ecutel for perjury if he makes oath to an opinion,' he said in answer to defense's plea that Pierce signed affidavits at the advice of attorneys. This assertion is also aimed at the argument that the indictment in- volve* a question of law and fact, and is therefore defective. Jenkins defended the right of Mtes N. M. Nagle, the notary, who acknowledged Pierces' affidavit, and raid common law permits a woman to hold any office she Is competent to fill, and no coiiftitutlo.nal or statutory provision exists In Texas forbidding a woman qualifying as notary. Instances were cited where...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 8 December 1909

0 o © MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. fraternal insurance com- pany in plan of organ. ization. 100 CHARTER MEMBERS Begins Business Willi $100,000 of Insurance of Sonic of Best People of Tyler. Age. IB to 25 inc. 26 to 2F inc. 30 to 34 in£. 35 to 37 inc. 38 to 3ft inc. 40 to 41 inc. 42 to 43 inc. 44 inclusive 45 inclusivo 46 inclusive 47 inclusive 48 inclusive 4ft 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 r.s 5ft 60 $1.20 1.25 1.33 1.45 1.55 1.63 1.75 1.S5 2.00 2.15 2.S0 2.50 m There will be a meeting of ths members and other citizens interest- ed in the establishment of a Great Fraternal Beneficiary Association in Texas. Why not the greatest? Wo have the co-operation of the leading citizens of Tyler, men who do not know what failure means. Listen! If ycu fail to take advantage of this opportunity to become a char- ter member of this institution, you will pass up the best proposition you will ever have offerd you for $1,000 life insurance . Think of it a member at age <5 pays $1.00 per month, $12.00 per ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 8 December 1909

9 <3 « ^ • ®c& « Tylw, MMidiy, December 6. 190 . v THE DAILY OOUHIER-TIMES. H | I I IT i 25 Cents and up to $5.00 Dolls <r & 0 25 cents and up to $5.00 Do your Chrstmas Shopping Early-And do it at LeGrand, McDonald, Carlton Company Our assortment of Gift Goods are now completefPrices the Lowest '1 I m V' V* ; Christmas Hosiery Twenty-five dozen ladies all pure silk hose in all colors and sizes. A Christ- mas present that any lady would appre- ciate, worth 1.50 per pair. Our QQn Xmas special vOb Twenty dozen ladies silk and lisle hose in blacks and colors, all beautifully em- broidered, worth regularly 1.50 to 1 75 per pair, Christmas special per 98c pair Fifty dozen ladies lisle hose, both plain and embroidered, medium and heavy weight, worth regularly 59c to CAn 65c pair, Xmas special OUu One hundred dozen ladies hose, bought especially for our holiday trade, posi- tively worth 35c a pair, Xmas OE « special per pair JLsJu One hundred dozen ladies and Misses full round...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 11 December 1909

• ^ • *> O) St ato Library, Austin, Texas. mi-Weekly Courier-Times. VOLUME XXVI. TYLER, TEXAS. SATURDAY, DECEMPER II, 1909. NUMBER 99. m «E HOLMES i ir Ann lil AAIITrf We have made unusual preparations to. make Christmas shopping easy. Our Clothing and Furnishing goods department offers many useful and appropriate gifts for your sweet- I heart, brother, husband and father. | The following items suitable for gifts are shown S In great variety: '/ Men'8 lounging and bath robes 2.50 to 10.00 Men's smoking jackets 3 00 to 6.50 ílén's sweaters and sweater coats 1.00 to 7.50 Men's Neckwear in holiday boxes 50c to 1.50 Men's silk and lisle hosiery in boxes 50c to 1.50 Men's Gloves 1.00 to 2.00 Men's Suspenders in Fancy boxes 50c to 2.00 Men's Umbrellas 2.50 to 10.00 Men's plain and initial Handkerchiefs 10c to 50c each Men's combination sets, tie, hose, handkercniefs, in fancy boxes 1.00,1.50 and 2.00 Men's fai\cy Vests 2.50 to 5.00 Men's silk Mufflers 50 to 2.50 Men's ñne leather Trave...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 11 December 1909

J ¥ mtt SATURDAY, DECEMBER 11. 1*®I. BEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TUCKS. Semi-Weekly Courier-Times BT The Courier-Times Publishing Co. DAILY LlWrSEY Incorporttad SEMI-WEEKLY e. A. Editor. H. A. McDOUOAL. Associate Editor. F. E. RAFFERTY ..Business Mgr. l„U~l Poatofflee u Second tUr. , of public tion. 211-213 North Broadway, Tyler. Tex* . Subscription rates. SO canta per month by carrier, or bar mail H.00 per yean is2ir,sra5ar - "trwiais. con cor- earning any individual, win do craeriuiií ™- raAad if brought to the attention of the ixlitof. I HE CRISIS IX ENGLAND. Lord Rose berry regarding the is- sue between the Lords and House of Commons, say , "This la the great- eat political moment In the lifetime of any man born since 1832." On that date a reform bill became a law In England placing the balance of pow- er In the hands of the masses, and jiow the question invoJvo<| to "i*l)$ll H üláy there V" the matter stands "thus; England needs more revenue to pay for her new warships and to pay th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 11 December 1909

o u '■¡O GREETT1NG FRO GRAND LODGE DR. H. J. Mc HRIOE RECEIVES TELEGRAM FROM MASONIC GRAND LODGE. M DREAD MASON OVER FIFTY YEARS to Oldest Past Grand High Priest in Texas—Citizen of Tyler Nearly «0 Years. (From Wednesday's Daily.) Dr Henry J. McBride, who is the oldest Past Grand High Priest of the Texas Roay Arch Masons, was in re- ceipt yesterday of the following message of good will sent by the an- nual convocation of Masons now in session at Waco: "The Grand Chapter of Royal Arch Masons ir> its 60th annual convoca- tion sends greetings to its oldest Paat Grand High Priest and prays that tho Father of mankind may yol preserve him for many years to con e in th3 land of the living. "John H. Bryan, Grand Sec." Following; reply was sent: "Tyler, Tex.. Dec. 7.—John H. Bry- an, Grand Secretary, R. A. M., Waco: —The G/ra-id Chapter will never know how I appreciated their greet- ings. God bless all of you. "H. J. McBride." In this connection, it Is not out of place to give a short ske...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 11 December 1909

I i : I if H ti I i ■ fx L R1 - m © SATURDAY, DECEMBER SI. ttOt T. B. RAMEY FREE Handsome Sterling Plate and QoidGkml Holiday Spoon The cut «how* an elcjfnnt Coffee Spoon that Is lovel in dmÍKii anrt *uie to pícate. On the front appear the oj.cr. dreplT* and i — (stocking, without w.ilch no Ch.-i «mf i a commit •>;. 'file I rec loaded with Rood thins* is uU.ir.clly seen ahov:• the nr-rrr.v p:.rt o i tlie handle, ou Which r.p;> ruinp'.r.ia letter., t h <: word J "i! r-y C.-.H*t:na«." Jn the gold bowl we ace r . C1 us i with hi.) 3' v. ing l ci.i and his í y beard, awin^'nK hn whip thrcút^ninjly over the Uit'a of his r.ert rein- deer. Altogether it i cnor.tj>le¡u:r:¡;« i:'ure nr.d pro;er 'l.Uuof Merry Ciiri.'iv.as. On the back 'A the handle nr>: the glad bell whi-': "rintf out the c1 Ir.* i •• r: i Of in the :• mi J vi -• • n it:; o'.d r.ulitr Tic.-j with his cruel :i -yi. ••Hippy V .. ' Coir.^let.'i tl;.; owr. ntic-'t o tJ:; back uf the i1ft. A'.t : '.her it i* a t i ....

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