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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 12 March 1910

© •AT URO AY, MARCH 12. 1910. .¿■LJUHlü! THE SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. COMMUNICATION FROM J. HORACE M'FARLAND The Head of the American Civic Association Writes to the People of Tyler Harrtsburg, Pa.. March 2, 1910.—To iCorroEponding Sec'y. oí Prngre&sivs Union, Tyler, Texas:—I was glad In- deed to be advised on reaching Dal- las that I did not have to come to Tyler, and vel sorry not to lvave tihe Iileasure oí meeting you, who have had só much at heart the good of your city. I found Ave propositions for visits, to none of which I oould properly give a favorable reply. If it seems worth while In the future to arrange for four or five mommunities in Tex- as, I will bo glad to come there and do what I can toward advancing tha good work of making the towns bet- ter places to live in. The clippings you have sent fiona the Tyler Courier-Times Indicate® a favorable state of public sentiment iu hespect to your park. Your people ought not to lose sight of the fact that at present, as ne...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Courier-Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 12 March 1910

I u i ' m t t i it 1 t I I ! 4 ! ; I t |i i Í ■ i I ti IMF. THE SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER*TIMES. SATURDAY, MARCH 12, 1910. Semi-Weekly Courier-limes BT The Courier-Times Publishing Co. Inoorpontud GAILY SEMI-WEEKLY Subscription. $1.00 Per Year ft. A- LINPSBY Editor. «1. A. McDOUGAL. .AMOclat* Editor. W. E. RAFFERTY . .Buwtnsse Mfr. at Tyler, Texas, PoetofOoe u Second Clmaa Mail Matter. at publication. 211-218 North Broadway. Tyler. Texaa. .Subscription ratea. 60 cant* per month by carrier, •or by mail W.t>0 per year. A reflection appearing in theae column con individual, will be chaerfuij^w- 23udVny brought to the'attention of the ANNOUNCEMENTS COUNTY OFFICES. Subject t.i action of Demicratlc «•rimarle . <Fcr Congress, 3rd District: H. C. OEDDIB. H H. HANSON. SFor District Attorney, 7th Judicial District: * ' W. W. SANDERS. .Cor Couuty Attorney: J.I38SE F. ODOM K. W. BROOKS. WEB JAR VIS. ««or Tax Assetwor: HENRY B. MATTHEWS. W. H. DAY Cor District Clerk: J. S LAVENDER. PAT H BBAI.RD...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 12 March 1910

•ATUROAY, MARCH 12, 1910. -3*! THE SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. DRUNKEN MEN BURN A HORSE TO DEATH San Antonio, Tex., March 10.—Earn / est Hardie aud John Williams wer-j arrested charged by Agent McCauley wltlT'hurains a horse to death. It is alleged in the affidavit that they threw kerosene over the ani- mal while tftey were Intoxicated, set lire to It, .\nd then turned the ani- mal loos*: on the streets. Har ¡le s lather Is a witness againsi him. BROWN SCHOOL HOUSE ÍHOUSE COMMUNNTY IMPROVEMENTS. j PROVIDED POR R. F. D. Many New Farms Opened Up— (die Ones Rented—New Settlers. Brown School House, March 9.—<A great deal of improving has (been done in this community during the past six months. A great many farms that have not been cultivated Cor three or four vears have either been • bought or rented and cleared up and most of the land plowed during the fall or early winter. About all the va- cant houses are filled. W. C. Brown has bought the J. H. Grlftln farm. J. A. Diggers has move...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 12 March 1910

THE SEMI-WEEKLY COUKIER-TIMES. *u..„ -a' < SAT URO A.Y, MARCH 12. 1910. I.lí it* i*■ i Iv f if: i i v K. i:li If MQRSÍ SHOULD TELL OF HIGH fit ja UiJu FINANCE E '¡ Atlanta, March 9.—"If Charlee Morse would toll what he knows qf connection of financiers In New York with the panic of 1907, «bout a doz- en men who stand high In the busi- ness world would l e buying ticketa to Europe and other places foi trips of Indefinite lenfth." said W. P. Held of Boston, befcre leaving for Cho yesterday after a conference iritt tie foremr "'lee King." Held Is a lifelong friend of Morse, bad much of his busings la charge and has been a frequent vliltor at the federal prison here, since the latter rving a fifteen year ' «en began s the national V tence for violation of banking law*. v "Mokc i not the squeallug kind and they know it If they thought h-3 was g >la? to talk they woutld not be him their so backaward In giving aid," said Reld. According tc him. the 15-vearold daughter of Morse does n...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 12 March 1910

Editor Courier-Times:—'Why do some of the good citizens of Tyler want to take all of the public square for a park and leave no market place for the farmers? You know we love pretty things. If we did not we would not love our wives and children, and we take you good people to be the same way. Now, stop and let's- reason together. In the first place you ask for 50 feet only, and to ¡have it paved which took $16,000 of our road Mid 'bridige tutoría to help grade and pave. Now ycu say you are going to take it all. I don't think that is right. I see a move in that direction at present. 1 was at one of your meeting and Tt seemed that everything was going one way; so I did mot say much, but I heard a good deal said. W. F. Hall. Many people in Smith county have wom shoe we sold them more than a year, oiir shops are better—try a pai'v. Brown & McFarland, Tyl*\ tf PASTOR BEATEN IN PAOUCAH Padueah, Ky.. March 8.—Adhering to his determination not to permit di- vorced persons to sing in the ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 12 March 1910

* THE SEMI-WEEKLY COÚRIER-TIMES. EDUCATlQNAt HHP Of TEXAS GIVING SCHOLASTIC POPULATION M '> I I ¡31 I **'' I l$ f i • I í 1 I I l. { ! . 1 I v -I I í'iwi 1 i i i> y f; I * } ■ -i • ' Wi' " I i i J I « m I i ■, ■ t, W 9| iifei ? ;m Mfc * Austin, Tex., March 10.—The conier ence for edu Nation In Texas has printed for distribution an "Bduci- ttonal Map oí Texas," which shows the •choUwrt.lc population, the length of school term In days, the average daily attendanceA *nd the expenditur- es per cnpita of the scholastic popu- lation of the common school districts for the year ending Au'gust 31, 1909. The total expenditures for the schools of the counties, exclusive of Inde- pendent districts, rwere $6,146,844 or >8.40 per capita to;r 1908, the total expenditures for these schools were 4,606,755 or $7.60 per capita. The expenditures for the schools for the Independent districts were $6,316,664 or $17.87 per capita In 1908; the re- ports from the independent district* we not comple...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 16 March 1910

i Stat;.* Library, Te.™ Semi-Weekly Courier-Times. VOLUME XXVII. TYLER, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 16, 1910. NUMBER 22. (Jus F. Taylor. President. R. Bengifeld, Activo Vice-Pres T. B. Ramey, Vice-Pres. J. D. Patterson, Ast. Cashier. (jfeo. iS. McGhee, Ca&hler CS. C. Wimberly, Vice-Pres. Walter Connolly, Vice-Pres. O. M. Boren, Asst. Cashier. CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits $350,000.00 UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY JMrectors Geo. C. Wimberly. R. Bergfeld. Walter Connally. H. B Marsh. T. B. Ramey. J. Lipstate. R. D. Cobb. Geo. S. McGh&e. Gus F. Taylor. We Loan Direct to Farmers H JURY ADJOTRNED SUBMITS FINAL REPORT Finds Crime on Decrease With the Exception of Violations of the Local Option Law The grand jury adjourned at 2 o'clock this afternoon, after being in •«session two weeks. They found 51 felony bills and ten misdemeanors. The report is as follows: To the lion R. W. Simpson Judigo of thj 7th Judicial District. We. the ^raiic :ury em,paneled for th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 16 March 1910

THE SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. WKDNKtDAV, MARCH 10, 1910. m' 6• I r Semi-Weekly Courier-limes fr • The Courier-Times Publishing Go ■Incorporated QAILY SEMI-WEEKLY Subscription. $1.00 Per Yea B. A. LINPSEY Editor, ft. A. McDOUOAL. . Associate Editor. F K. RAFFBIRTY . . Bu«in««S Mr JCnUrwd at Tyler. To* . PoatoAe aa Second CUaa Mail Matter. Offloe of publica *v. 211-213 North Broadway, ler. Taxaa. A reflection appearing in theae columna oon earning any individual will be cheerfully'cor- «acted if brought to the attention of the Editor. announcement! COUNTY OFFICES. 7th Judicial Subject t.i action of Demjcratlc Primarle*. For Congress, 3rd District: H. C. GEDIWE. For Flotorial Representative: H. H. HANSON. For Dist !ct Attorney Oistrict: W. W. SAVDERlS. For County Attorney: JJ2SSE F. ODOM. N. W. BROOKS. WHB JAR VIS. For Tnx Assessor: HENRY B. MATTHEWS. W. H. DAY. For District Clerk: J. S. LAVENDER. PAT H BBAIRD, (re-election.) For County Treasurer: W. H CHITWOOD. JAS. P BROUGHTON. R. E...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 16 March 1910

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 16, 1&10. TtiÉ SEMI-WEEKLY CÓtíRlER-TIMES. r. H' NO AGREEMENT REACHED IN MATTER OF CITY PARK The notice in Thursday'3 pape - ftating that an afcre^mtnt had been reached on the park question was a mistake. The committee appointed to get up «. petition asking for the square, except the streets thereof, for a patk secured about 700 naimes, part of which we published and the remainder of which we intende to publish; and those opposing the park got up 67 raímos and would not allow them read at the meeting. We pre- sented this petition to the council and they answered by resolution pub- lished last week in their report Their committee appointed to decide the matters met with the committee fronvthe Progressive Union and dis- regarded this resolution entirely and asked us to endorse the allowing of 1.15 feet on either end to remain as it is now, and make a park of the re- mainder. 'To agree to this would b.í disloyal to 700 people who had dele- gated u's to offer their ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 16 March 1910

m i fe \ I THE gpni-WEEKLV COtmiER-TlMES. THAT'S WHY WIDOW JONES OF BOSTON Brand of Clothing for Young Men and Boys is so popular PASSED OVER VETO. Little cur™ SPRING MODELS ARB HERE "Live" Fellows Wear Them WIDOW JONES Cloikey Tkey aife ike ínskíon, Tkey Fit?. Tkey Wear. Tkcsy koU tkeip Sknpe. They arc- on Honor? Legislature of Kentucky Ride* Over Governor's Veto of Tobacco Bill. Frankfort, K.v., March 10.—The so- called tobacco pooling hill which Governor Wilson vetoed, was passed over the veto by both the house and senate The pooling bill provlde3 Tor recording the names of persons ltooling tob.icco or other farm pro- ducts and provides a penalty for any person purchasing or seeking to pur- chase the crop of any Individual wilio has pooled that crop. You can buy a good buggy ut Hiawn & MoFarland's nt a low price, tf a Just unloaded car of improved Im- plements, planters, stalk cutters, cul- tivators, harrows, etc. Call on us for Wadol, Caldwell. tf • We lead In the buggy anid...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 16 March 1910

THE SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. DULLARD NEWS PREíTY WEDOING NAT'L CQNVENT'N COSTS GIRLS7.50 ELEVEN-DOLLAR FARMER'S UNION! TO FLIRT A DIT Bullard, March 10—Wedding bells rang merrily In our little city last Sunday for Mr. J N. Sandersou and Miss Benjie Hoibrook. Friends of this popular couple had been suspecting Cupid of playing his pranks with thein, and so It was no: o surprise when the welding cards were sent cut. Miss Benjie ¡s the charming daugtt- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hoibrook, and numbers her fi lends and adinii- rers by the score. Mr. iSand-irson Is equally popular, having been employed for twelve months or more by the Union Supply Company of this place, winning for himself the esteem and confidence of many friends and patrons by his ex- emplary demeanor as a courteous, af- falble gentleman. They were married at the homo of the home of the bride's parents, the jnarrlaige service ibelng read in a graceful, impressive manner by Bro Teirell, Miss- (Benjie's pastor.Mis® Li- la R...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 16 March 1910

F I I I. THE SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER TIMES. WIDftltOAY, MARCH 16, lit. DON'T BREED SCRUB STOCK Do you wish, Mr. Faraier, to im- prove the quality of your stock this year, or are you satisfied with the kind you rsJBed last year? In the tetter ca&e, we are not writ- ing to you at all but if you do wish to mise bettor animals this year, we have a very important, message for 70a. And here it is: Don't breed to scrub or grade airee this spring? jtíst so long afi you do you may ex- pect the same old kind of oolts and calves and pigs. Whenever you be- gin lb roe ding for a definite purpose you may expect better amitirvals of all kinds*—and not until then. We know that in many instance it will mean a little more exipenee and Mine extra trouble to mate the mare, the oow, or the sow with a pure (bred animal of Quality; but it will pay. In 19 casreB out of 20 it will make a dlf ference that any man will be forced to recognize We presume you want profits from your work; then remember that the m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 19 March 1910

!i * DI •t Vi ve ru pi ft Stat<> Ubrt ary> Av*> T.- VíU Semi-Weekly Courier-Times. VOLUME XXVII. TYLER, TEXAS, SATURDAY. march 19, 1910. NUMBER 23. (Jus F. Taylor. President. R. Bergfeld, Active Vice-Pres T. B. Ramey, Vice-Pres. j. D. Patterson, Ast. Cashier. Geo. S. McGhee, Cashier O. C. Wimborly, Vice-Pres. Walter Connolly, Vice-Pres. v O. M. Boten, Asst. Cashier. 1 CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits $350,000.00 UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY Directors Geo. C. Wimberly. R. Bergfeld. Walter Connolly. H. B Marsh. T. B. Ramey. J. Llpstate. R. D. Cobb. Geo. S. McGhee. Gus F. Taylor. ^ We Loan Direct to Farmers GAINES GETS NEW TRIAL DIRECTORS COMMERCIAL CLUB comanche county represen- tative Under sentence for killing rival. ECHO OF CAMPAIGN direct outcome o fbailey is- sue and occurred during turbulent campaign. FATHER IS NOW believed that home of lou- ise bush is at naples- texas. GIRL IS A MYSTERY CONFLICTING STORIES AND AT- TEMPT TO COMMIT SUICIDE PU...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 19 March 1910

K m íip' . B •f, If íb*; i; \m i Semi-Weekly Courier-limes BT fhe Courier-Times Publishing Co. (DAILY Incorporated SEMI-WEEKLY Subscription. $1.00 Per Year 8. A. LINPSEY v.. Editor H. A. McDOUGAL. . Associate Editor, r. E. RAFKERTY .. Buslneas Mgr Alterad at Tyler. Texas. PoetolHee M Second CUm Mail Matter. Office of publication. 2U-213 North Broadway. Tyler, Texas. A reflection appearing In these columna oon any individual, will be cheerfully cor J3tt __ jjy c brought to the attention of the Editor. ANNOUNCEMENTS COUNTY OFFICES. Subject to action of Democratic Primarle . for Congress, 3rd District: H. C. GEDDTE. for Flotorlal Representative: H. H. HANSON. for District Attorney, 7th Judicial District: W. W. SANDERS. for County Attorney: JESSE F. ODOM. N. W. BROOKS. WJ)B JARVIS. for Tax AMensor: HENRY B. MATTHEWS. W. H. DAY. for District Clerk: J. S. LAVENDER. PAT H. BEAI-RD, (re-election.) for County Treasurer: W. H CHITWOOD. JAS. P BROUOHTON. R. E. IvOVING. for Co. Commissioner, Pr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 19 March 1910

0 1# É0P* ^htfc . tATlWDAY. MAKCH 1 , 1910. THE SLMI-WEEKLY 'COURIER-TIMES. TYLER WILL HAVE A NEW SETTLER TP, Tyler is to ha\e an opera bouse. This is a sure thing, according to a statement made by one of the leading business men of this city to a Cour- ier-Times representative yesterday afternoon. The gentleman said: "We are going to organize a stoclc company with a capital of $20,000, and we have a pian th&t I think will be a very popular one, in fact many have already suhscn'bed for stock on the plant. We want 100 persons to take $100 c-f the stock, which will foe $10,000, and then we propose to aeli blocks of stock in larger quantities | One firm ha? already taken $1000 and there are offers from others to take i good quantities of the stock." There are three of the beat hust- ling and niDst enterprising business men iu the city behind this movement and we are assured that the play house will be ready for the earning fall opera season. "The house that sels leather shoes in Ty...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 19 March 1910

THE SEMI-WEEKLY COUKIER-TI1IE8. SATURDAY, MARCH 19, 1910. v f a m ESI V' ■Weekly Courier-limes BY The Lourier-Tlmes Publishing Co. OAILY Incorporated 8EMI-WEEKLV Subscript! in. $1.00 Per Year ti A. LINPSEY Editor H. A. McDOUGAL. .AiMociatc Editor. F. tt. RAKl'L'KTY . .Bunlneaa M r enterad at Tyler. Tuxm. Po toffl.se m Second ClwHail Matter. Office of publication, 211-213 North Broadway, Tyler. Texai. A reflection appearing In tlicae column c<n xerninif any individual, will be cheerfully «.r- «■«¿led if brouarht to the attention of the fcditor. ANNOUNCEMENTS COUNTY OFFICES. Subject tii action of Democratic Filmarles. For Congress, 3rd District: H. C. GEÜDI13. For District Attorney: C. H. REESE. For Flotorlal Representative: H. H. HANSON. JFor Dist'ict Attorney, 7th Judicial District: W. W. SANDERS. For County Attorney: JJSSFíE F. O DOM. N. W. BROOKS. WEB JARVIS. For Tax Assessor: HENRY B. MATTHEWS. W. H. DAY For District Clerk: J. S LAVENDER. • PAT H. <HeAIRL), (re-election.) F...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 19 March 1910

rJS SATURDAY, MARCH It, 1110. the semiaveekly courier-times. MOTHER'S FRIEND , a lotment for external use. Cheerfulness and a M?ht disposition during the months before baby comes, are among the greatest blessings a mother can bestow upon the little life about to begin. Her happiness and physic r.l comfort will largely govern the proper development of tho health and tituro ct '.ho child. Mother's Friend contributes much to the mother's í vúa; s r.r-.! health by the relief and mental comfort It affords. It is a liatas::1: co^.7-::d cf s¿:ictraling oils and medicines which lubricate tlio muscles and .."c-.j c? t;-.o body, ccctho the swollen mammary glands, cau3o a gradual c::?r.nsicn cf ho 6t:n atd '.issuc3, and aid in the relief of nausea. The regula* v.30 of Kctbsr's I'riend greatly lessens the pain and danger when baby comes, ci:d tisuria a quick and uatural recovery for the mother. Mother*3 Friend i3 r oll at crup stores. Write for our free book, con- taining valuable information f...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 19 March 1910

SATURDAY, MARCH 19, 1910. J f 1 1 1' I Hi . knapp on lessons OF TOE COHON CROP 1909 Tik> genaon of 190t), wl'IK1 one of the woi t wo have ever known for the cottcn crop In ull but the Atluu- tic states, taught *ome valuaib © les- bous: Fliwt: It demonstrated that a crop of cotton, u.idcr heavy boll weevil in- festation. could be ma le after Jul> 1st provided the funnels jxick up the punotured squ ires and work the Held Intensively. In fact, there were very few boll® on the cotton p'anU in lvouisl'in.i und S-juthoast Mhwillppl on July 1st. 1909. The weather then became dry t'ud warm. a::d such as followed th* instructions of the Gov- ernment Demonstration Work m<ude a fair ciop of cotton, both on tíie alluvial bottoms and on the hill land*, and the planter who failod to follow such Instructions made very Mttle. Louisiana has always had years of a short cotton crop, due to adverse weather conditions. The crop of 1905, though practically un- affected by the weevil, was only fi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 19 March 1910

SATURDAY, MAACH 19, 1910. THE SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. NEWSY ITEMS FROM MT SYLVAN (Spring time has its effect on our Mt. Sylvan correspondent. He goes about his dally work with a song in his heait flnu a smile on Ills face. This !e characteristic of the Courier- Times family—the result of being a booster.) —Editor. Mt. Sylvn, March 14.—We aro somewhat in arrear with our notes from Mt Sylvan, but It is due to the fact that the beautiful spring sun- sTiThe and breeze which now prevail fill our people so full of enthusi- asm and a desire to make good use of the time that even your corres- pondent was compel led to take off his hat and do a little manual labor. We around Mt .Sylvan have de- cided to change the saying from "work or starve" to "work or steal." No need to starve when we possess such a beautiful country and by ths eternals we are not going to do it. Our farmers are very biisy; some have planted corn on early land, oth- ers are ready to plant. The peach crop, an fur, is fi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 19 March 1910

«T*. I 1 1 Ki HI , THE SEMI'WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. CAVUKDAY, MARCH 1fl. SOME TIMELY HINTS ON TIMELY TOPICS hints for having a ' photograph taken. good above all, don't i>ose with your race; ' th it is fatal to n Natural looking plct- Wihlle we cannot all be beautiful before the camera, there are certain precautions we can observe that will greatly improve our pictures. For instance, the face should be powdered lightly to prevent that dis- agreeable shiny look . Tho eyebrows ebouW be úistinctly outlined with a dark pencil Too often they disappear utterly froni a photograph If It is tak- en in a strong light. If the eyelashes are scant they may be Increased by mean*, of a cosmetic. This is called ' beading" jlhem and is what aetre-33- f s do to their eyelashes on tho stage, j Th* nvouth may apparently be madoj smaller by ¡-klllfully applied rouge o¡- the His ful'er if lhat Is desired. A light dre3s should be worn, one that will ta'/e white, and if low neck- td an<l sleeveless all...

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