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

Semi - Weekly Courier - Times. VOLUMC XXVII. TYLER, TEXAS. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 19, 1910. NO. 84 LAW OF MAS SEASON OPENS MOVEM- 1st ANO CONTINUES UN- TO. FEBRUARY 1, 19Í1. ABOUT HUNTERS LICENSE Hunters Living in Smith County Per rtUtted to Hunt in Adjoining Counties Without License. For the Information of our hunter *rien<laK.'we print such sections of the came law as applies to this section. If the hunter lives in Smith coun- «T. according to this law, you are per- mitted to hunt in the following nam- ed counties without license: Smith, Wood, Gregg, Rusk, Cherokee, Hen- derson or Van Zandt. The law is as follows: Unlawful to purchase, sell or expose for sale, transport or ship within or without the state any wild turkeys, wild duck®, wild geese, wild grouse, wild prairie chickens or pinnated grouse, wild Mongolian or English pheasants, wild quail or partridges, wild doves, wild pigeons, wild plov- er, wild snipe, wild jacksnipe, wild curlews, wild robins, wild Mexican pheasants or Ch...

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

i í• F SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 10, 1910. Seirf-Weekly Courier-limes BT The (ourier* flirts Publishing Co. Incorporated daily semi-weekly Subscription. $1.00 Per Year « A. LINPSEY Editor. *•'. A. McDOUOALi. .Associate Editor. „. E. RAFKKKTY .. Busineae Mgr. tintered at Tyler. Texas. Postoffice as Second Class Mail Matter. O&ice of publication, 211-213 North Broadway. Tyler, Texas. A. reflection appearing In these columns con earning any individual,, will be cheerfully eor- •acted if brought to the attention of the Editor. Sidewalk building goes right on In Tyler. At the rate the sidewalks are now belag huilt in Tyler, within live years' time, the larger part of the residence section will be lined with good Bidewalks. It is not tfoo soon to begin now beautifying the court house square. A certain section should be laid off, the ground plowed up and sodded with Bermuda grass. Shade trees should be set at a distance of about 30 feet, later in the fall, and next spr...

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

■*Ü0KÍtí Mr* ¿ * ■ -*f • rtma ^ • 8EMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 1t, 1910. «¿*. V * * - • ' 'áv .¿íi."1 Ün . ¿ /S'v* •. *W|5 u Copyright Hart Schaffner & Marx YOU probably don't give much thought to the way your clothes are made; the kind of surroundings in which the work is done, the care taken in designing the garments, the qualityiof the fabrics; the chances are you don't think much about these things. Hart Schaffner & Marx stand first among all makers of clothes in all the things which go to the making of best clothes. We know about these points in connection with their goods; and we want you to know, also. You probably haven't called at our store to look. The class of goods we sell are of the very best merchandise on the market, such as Manhattan Shirts, Knox Hats,Paragon Pants, Hanan Shoes, and the famous Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes, you can't find better lines than these. EdgeClothing Company AFTER NEXT HIES. I. CHRISTIAN ANNOUNCES THAT HE WILL CLOSE...

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

SEMI-WEEKLY G0UH1ER-TIME8. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 1 , 1«1«. 1 w MM ■ / 1 ; !"i ' 1,1 . ' ■ ' mm-\ \ f 4 V" 1 READY! X'- \ [i . - ^4. Kaufman Pre-Sbrunk" Garments We have been busy several weeks receiving the largest stock of goods eyes carried by us. All bought before the recent advance. And we are going to give you more real bargains than can be found in other stores. Besidis we alwaysflcarry good quality, no imitations or shabby goods to be found in our store. Cold weather will be here in a few days and cold weather very soon. Come in right away and make your fall bill with us for dry goods, Ladies suits, Skirts, Cloaks, Ladies hats, Ladies & Childrens under- wear, Outing flannels, Blankets and Comforts. I Men's and Boy's Suits the very latest styles, newest patterns. Everything men wear, Shirts, Underwear, Ties, Hats, Caps, and Shoes. We give absolutely Free with cash purchases choice of several elegant premiums. SHOES Our store has the reputation of selling the best shoes sold in T...

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

m i«Miiii«>iin mp>lwiTiHi|f" WM WSM WEDNE90AY, OCT. 19, 1910. r/Aw\\\\i 9 Our Store is Brimful of Lots and Lots of Highly Seasonable Merchandise In Dry Goods, Ladies' and Mens' ready-to-wear goods, Hats, Millinery Shoes, etc. Any number of items in the various lines, values of which you could not duplicate in other stores at anything like the prices we sell them for. LET US SHOW YOU Ladies Coat Suits, Skirts and Goats. Our swell line of fall Goat Suits, Skirts & Coats is very much under priced. As always, we have managed to provide ourselves with lines on which you can effect a big saving. Ladies New Up-to-date *A <£ I 7 rn Coat Suits il" v I * v" swelí garmet's $2.90 Í0 $12.50 chlldren's Coats $1.90 to $7.50 skirts .and.Mlsses from 95c to $9.75 Men's and Boy's Suits fie Pants Men's $5.00 Pants $3.85 Men's $4.00 Pants $2.90 Men's $3.00 Pants $2.50 Men's $2.50 Pants $1.90 Boy's straight Pants knee suits at less than half their value Swell line of knickerbocker Suits... $...

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

•EMI-WEKKLY COURIER-TIMES. WC0N E60AY, OCT. 10, 1910. CI' fl-— - I Love You as the Springtime. Written by PERCY CAMPBELL MASON. Aullante modéralo. Composed by FREDTC A. SCHMTTZ. m&f i i • - —v~. ate ], A li - ly in a gar - den fair, Bowed down and whis - pered to the rose, The 2. The Au - tumn came and found them there, The li - ly white and rose of red, And '' ft—l— +—Ü-2——#-T—jhrr- ÜI -k-41- "S * ry of a pas - sion there, None but fast love had kept them fair, A - mid the gar - den knows; their cous - ins dead, She And r -=!— ZX- i 3 =I\ cresc. at what tbo li - ly said, who breathed his love lor her so true, As the sum - mer's glad-some day, And blushed O'er - took lent - ly the fall sped on crcsc Copyright, MCMVIII, Yy Muriay Music Co., New York. i> ill. m -2M- ■ * ! m~r a ■ rouud her per - fume spread, She an him of the lov - erx lone, And l ade ' -i* • '--gr _1 swered "I love you!" him hack - ward stray: rr._jn_. : -¿rr- m " 3 " F " - ~ REFRAIN. SEE* ;f3: you as tke spri...

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

SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 10. 1910. BY DALLAS NEWS TELLS ABOUT SMITH COUNTY EXHIBIT, EAST TEXAS FAIR AND OTHER THINGS. EDITOR LIHDSEY IN DALLAS On the Ground to Assist in Putting Smith County Exhibit in Place. ahead of all other schemes arousing the interest of a farming community, stimulating endeavor and competi- tion and resulting in higher class products,' he said. " Tyler, Athens, Timpson, Cart hag \ Nacogdoches, Lufkin, Rusk and Hen- derson have had fairs this fall. In Smflh county, Swan. Omen, Troup Whltehouse and Flint have had com- munity fairs. The other East Texa3 counties have had community fairs in proportion.' "During the last few months Judge Lindsey has delivered addresses at trades days at Carthage, Marshall, Lufkin and Rusk. The trades day, | he says, has spread through all thai section of the state, and is a regular feature of the life of many of the towns now, being given at stated in- tervals of a month or two months. "The idea, briefly, is that...

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

SKMI-WUKLV eOUftIUt-TIMU. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 1 , 1 10. < oldsteinoc Brown WILD WEST lyler's Cheapest Cash Store" AN EDUCATIONAL EXHIBITION COMINO LIKE AH ARMY THROUGH THE COUNTRY- lOOO-Men and Hopscs-IOOO O O U? HOS* 'fcí't X K^AN^Vil N Q OEROsí 'j líPANESéfcOSSA C K Ir ID 2 K S^A RAW,AN acSOB^^ CELEBRATED SCOUTS, CHIEFS, WARRIORS, PAPPOOSE&, BELLES DKJVEK . S'í &ík2c.?.bo".mS^ natronlzc it It instruct the teacher; it helps the scholar; itjileases, the parents, it chirm Ihe fidirr it delights the children; it'captivates everyone. Naturally you want to sec the belt and grandest. You will ice it In this miChty, moral pro,jremtiveJn.t tutlon. in it# countlcBH urrny of novelties and It. .tupendou. program of «terling and •plendid acta. 0 DodM fail to see OUR GREAT HISTORIC STREET PARADE at 11 a. m. daily TYLER Thursday, Oct. 20 (From Monday's Daily-) The many fricada of Mr. Ros; Philips were glad to see him Friday and Saturday, he coming ovej- to at- tend the funeral oí Mr. Geor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 26 October 1910

-.*■«' St Semi-Weekly Courier-Times. VOLUME XXVII. TYLER, TEXAS. WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 26, 19 !0. No. 36 LAYING HEAVY STEEL IS COMPLETE DOWN COTTON BELT L Big Engines Can Now be Run From Tyler to Lufkin —Improvements in Passenger Service Will Also be Made The Cotton Belt lia.s finished lay- ing heavy steel down the Short Lino from Tyler to Lufkin and the track is row in sjkxI shape for running heavy engines. Speaking of the heavy steel, the Lufkin Chronicle says: "The Cotton Belt Railroad Company- has just finished laying heavy steel between Lufkin and Tyler. The steel is the heaviest kind and lias been laid over every mile of track. The old ste^l which has been in use for years is being picked up and car- ried to the Gatesville division. It is also reported on pretty good authority that the schedule of the passenger service will be changed in the near future between I.ufkin and Tyler in I such way that the running time will l be reduced." SCHOOL TO HAVE CHICKEN MEN "REO LETTER DAY" WI...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 26 October 1910

SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1910. Semi-Weekly Courier-Times i J n 11 I BY The Hurler* fimes Publishing Go OAIL 1 lncorpor*t9d SEMI-WEEKLY Subscription. $1.00 Per Year B. A. LINPSEY Bdltor. V. A. McDOUGAL. Ai oclat® Editor. ... E. RAFFERTY . .Businw JlfT- Entered at Tyler. Tex* . Foswflke hi Second Clam Mail Matter. Otoice of publication, U! 1-213 North Broadway. Tyler. Texan. A reflection appear Hi: in thew c.'lumn con • rernintrany individual. w>l ¡ - oho'rfuilj.-'ur- «ecteii ii bruutrlit to tlie atu.'iiti'>n uf tlie kill tor. VWIWX , .- ■ ' ACCUSED OF BEING SLOW. A Tyler man can'i si on the nios- t ri M. t seven column . -Wac > T\ let- is lit E.usr T- xa Kast Tt'Xft-s accu-ed 1 East T< xa- pi-odoiii'd H produced tlie rail roa'! < '■ the railroad commissi! productil Colquitt, aaJ his gubernatorial r'-cor i itself.—Di alsun Herald. CONVERSIONS Having already UuiU 1"' mil goods roads within tin- past year, Mil county is proceeding to build -'•<...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 26 October 1910

SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. vVKDNESDAY, OCTOBI.R 26. 1910. "The Boys tHat Fight the Flames.** From Geo. Cohan's play "Fifty Miles from Boston." Tempo di Marcia By GEO. M. COHAN. * _ ' 1 1 -artr Chorus. We all have a cheer for the m , Kouv Ciionrs. ES 1 * I - ' *l • , •' • „ 1>— m- « I . SEjEIJ :v'r i"i * *' " ir y * tf * i + S~"^- 4 0 00.0. p — A. 1. I have read and I've been told, of the he-roes brave and bold, He has read and he's been told of the heroes brave and 2. Ev - 'ry sto-ry-book you read, tells of some great hero's deed, Ev-'ry sto-ry-book you read tells of some great he-ro's &-#—s p—f ft. _ .V. E he: -<>. *"."1 4*; • * 33 0 • T mi p[ 1 * -1 s -0— "0 yj =23 5j«- -#-• 3 a 5 r-: - ...1 * ~ 9 m s > s :• ¿ 3 ¡i It i J—«r ¿ g £§ 3 t* bold; When there is a life to save, Then a he-ro's heart is bravo, Oh! ain't it nice to be a he deed; But the he-roes I like best Are the cow-boys of the West. Oh! ain't it nice to be a he Solo. Chorus. sol - dier, .8 1 H —I- -1 ^ :...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 26 October 1910

•CMI-WBKKLV COURIER-TIMES. WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 26, 1«10, I .1 Sfc IJ f) mm I' \ m K . Semi-Veekiy Courier- T taws BT The l ourier-Tlmes Publishing Co. Uncorporsttd DAILY SEMI-WEEKLY Subscription. $1.00 Per Year «. A. LINPSEY y. A. MeDOUaAL.. .Associate Editor. V. K. RAFKERTY . .Bualnasa M*T. Enterad a* Tyler. Texas. Postoffice us Second ■.oten • 'CUu Mail Matter. Ofuce of publication. 211-213 North Broadway. Tyler. Texas. , .««action aDDearlnz in these columns con ..«tairny indi&. «ill be cheerfuily cor- .acted If brought to the attention of the fcditor. firuvxTLri-n-nnn^-A/vvvw"**'" " " " ■ ****** When a fellow gets sore, it lie- will examine lie will most usually And that his uouble Is the result ot the pinching of the proverbial tight shot1. If you And yourself disiacliueil to join hands with ,\our neighbors for tiette.- nutho1* of any i;in V-xiuiiiu.' your heart carefully and honestl) anil see if there Is not something wrcrjg with yourself. A few years ago no one went from Sm...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 26 October 1910

SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 26. 1910. Guar Store is Brimful of Lots and Lots of Seasonable Merchandise n Dry Goods, Ladies' and Mens' ready-to-wear goods, Hats, Millinery Shoes, etc. Any number of items in the various lines, values of which you could not duplicate in other stores at anything like the prices we sell them for. LET US SHOW YOU 1 I Ladies Coat Suits, Skirts and Coats. Our swell line of fall Coat Suits, Skirts 6c Coats is very much under priced. As always, we § have managed to provide ourselves with lines jS on v i h you can effect a big saving. á Ladies New Up-to-date +A I pa ^ Coat Suits " s? I / swe'fgarmets $2.90 tO $12.50 children's Coa,s $1-90 to $7.50 skimand Misses from 95c to $9.75 QQ o o r, 1 ? ó no •W V'v.f'v I i m: % ; • Si 5y>; •V-. v .. rS Tf " • lAuct >«W *«. «iiVr. --V Men's and Boy's Suits 6c Pants Men's $5.00 Pants $3.85 Men's $4.00 Pants $2.90 Men's $3.00 Pants $2.50 Men's $2.50 Pants - $1.90 Boy's straight Pants knee suits at l...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 26 October 1910

\TV""VV '".I , -r; ¡ r, • ♦ í O SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIME^ WWWEÍDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1«10. © 0: *iyt/fi-'rr i WE ARE READY! jJ Kaufman "Pre Shrunk" Garment We have been busy several weeks receiving the largest stock of goods eves carried by us. All bought before the recent advance. And we are going to give you more real bargains than can be found in other stores. Besidis w always carry good quality, no imitations or shabby goods to be found in our store. Cold weather will be here in a few days and cold weather very soon. Come in right away and make your fall bill with us for dry goods, Ladies suits, Skirts, Cloaks, Ladies hats, Ladies & Childrens under- wear, Outing flannels, Blankets and Comforts. Men's and Boy's Suits the very latest styles, newest patterns. Everything men wear, Shirts, Underwear, Ties, Hats, Caps, and Shoes. We give absolutely Free with cash purchases choice of several.elegant premiums. SHOES Our store has the reputation of selling the best shoes sold in Tyler. Le...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 26 October 1910

J 0t SKMI-WEFKLY COURITCR-TIMF*. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBKR 26, 1910. r.-zsrsw ^ «v ,#-* T* t ""•Oi y ""N ' , / ,:v-.v^ .'V^rC.—| xmvuúituw^u • —i"""" *"*" Mwrw i uffwrrnw. -• vwww* «t r*i«r - • tu>unarm ■ 'j-rrt > JE ~> in* C.T "J «5JI |!M a ELI 5 It J | ít^'W • ..r Í. " ?, J ¡ i\ < ■• Í r : s t-. J,v • • / V. J) tUX* • li S M ' I ! I i .# í'#^; % á'V-r "•: ■ ■. h . ' :'V'/;I V- 'V--. :,)£ : ~~ . I - 1 ' ' ' - •• ' - • • ■'■• -' i , c . k '<•«_ ■' IV yf- , , I' 5 jysiflruii' , •xV - ...>,• • .w- ti .4 \C "'v , v -TYfv-.r- H -• .>•••" ! \ "v- " \. IJB#y \ i fs¿ "rtrto \ ly X fci rJ t ■•} Lw'i • \ \ -tfe^ >%>ji • r^Ld V \j / fi- P=«=h \fejj \\ <*'" \ Vtíl /I ;1 It' -Wis v W1 /V^rir# v' Vi Y \=M\ ^ MIR wautikW-f" .1 latíJ'; //|/ # / y ' *. / *4$ ) ™> jl/A'/y; ' ,:i ■ tí M// ¿ y vw.r lM.TMMMJCWTiyn ./ V «*4lV ,v mv a I St^'vÁ •c¿ í^pfH ((j.¿ '" %>./} ./>t- \ür Copyright Hart Sohuffiier & Mm* * YOU probably don't give much thought to the way your cloth...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 26 October 1910

IV fe © ©O ) 8RM!• WCHtCLV COUKIER-TIMKS. WKONEftOAY, OCTOBFR 26, 1910. EiemfW if INJURED DALLAS (From Monaoy' Daily) Tyler people who attended the Dai- las Fair yesterday, witnessed the an tomohlle wreck, in which a big racing ear, driven by Joe Malono, collided with a motor cycle, ridden by 10. K. JIokk* of I.IItie Hock. The accident occurred on the race 1 rac k about 4 o'clock. The automobile crashed into the motor cycle, turning the machino and IIh rider a number of feet, crashing through tho fence Into the dense crowd aHsoniblod around the track. The auto run over the fence like It wan a piece of paper. lioth the car and the motor cycle were demolished. Wight persons were injured. Jessie Frlck of Dallas had Ills skull crushed in and It U thought he will die. Odes- sa Hiiriiesbcrger was also seriously rajiir<i| and a cill/.en of Tyler, who saw her, thinks she will die. Others injured were: .I. .M. Stewart and wife, llallas; Norma Itai m-sberger, llockvllle; Dr. U. F. llarnesb...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 27 October 1910

• V 'J siato Library, Austin. Teicim % Semi-Weekly Courier-Times. VOLUME XXVII. TYLER, TEXAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1910 85 The Big Store The Leading House A Boys and Children? Fall and Winter Clothing WE lead in Boys Clothes because we specialize in •'Best-Ever" Clothes. Every Garment of this famous brand is guaranteed in every detail. That alone would feature them. To class them as entirely distinctive, every "Best-Ever" suit has these exclusive qualities: Rain Proof, Moth Proof Indestructible Lining % Bottom Faced Coat Silk Handkerchief Pocket Linen Lined Knickers Four Pants Pockets Wire Sewed Buttons Unqualified guarantee To a wise mother there is but one practical suit | for her son, the "Best Ever," and but one place to buy it. We are exclusive agents for Boys "Best-Ever" Clothes. Royal Brand We are showing all the new Brown, Tan, & Grey, ma- terials, also Blue serge in Single and Double breasted coats. Ages 5 to 18 Prices 5.00 to $12.50 v A Telescope Camera 6c Entire outf...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 27 October 1910

; k' oe o ' f o o 0 SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27. 1910. il 1 ■ Semi-Weekly Courier-limes BT The I curler-Times Publishing Co. DAILY Incorporated SEMI-WEEKLY Subscription. $1.00 Per Year ~ ——— 1 1 ■ —— BP . - —— — B. A. LINPSEY BdittW- V. A. McDOUGAL. . Associate Editor. „. e. RAFKEHTY .. Buainsas Mgr- Entered at Tjpier. Texa*. Pcwtoffiee as Second Claas Mail Matter. OBJce of publication. 211-213 North Broadway. Tyler, Texas. A reflection appearing in these columns con «•mini-any individual, will be cheerfully cor- se^ted if brought to the attention of the fcditor. Both Lufkin and Nacogdoches fairs were well attended. Waco ts complaining because not enough negroes were counted by the fed< ral census enumerators. This la one time when the negroes are really "desirable citizens." The Commercial Club editan )f tLe Bryon Eagle is a dandy. It is in book form and h.is fifty pages, show- ing many residences and business house.; of the city, it is printed on line hook p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 27 October 1910

■ ruma: SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27. 1910. last; Me MRS. M. B. ADAMS' SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS HAS FINE TIME. Entertained in Home of Mrs. Chas. Willis—Charming Program Rendered. (From Wednesday's Daily.) The Sunday school clasC; of .Mrs. M. B. Adams, too of Marvin's largest and mast enthusiastic classes carried out last night the custom of its '.•semi- annual entertainment, consisting of a social and musical program. Through the generosity of Mrs. Willis her delightful home, recently dcli\ f red to her from the hands of t x perienced artisans, was thrown open • o the class. Amongst the many lovely homes of Tyler none have been more appropriately constructed for successful entertaining. The inner construction with its soft lian^in^s l>f draperies so beautifully blending into the surroundings, the Tkili Oriental rugs dotted about over the hard wood floors makes a scenee a' ^nee the envy of all. The program arranged for the en- tertainment could never have been more s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 27 October 1910

*1 , SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. SATURDAY, OCTOEER 27, 1910. :■ v I ii B }■ ,1 4. f I kA:;> Children Cry for Fletcher's Tho Kiii# You Have Always Bought, and which has been in uso íor over 30 years, has borne the signature oí and has boon made under his per- sonal supervision since its infancy. — Allow no one to deceive you in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good" are but Experiments tliat trifle with and endanger tho health of Infants and Children—Experience against Experiment. What 's CASTO RIA Castoria is a harmless nub? tituto for Castor Oil, Pare- goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other JS'arcotio substance. Its ago is Its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Feverishnes". I¿ cures Diarrhcva and Wind ' Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation ami ¡-'¡alulcnov. It assimilates the Food, regulates tiie Ntoinai'ji and How«'Is, giviii',1 h nltliy and natural sleep. Tho Children's Panacea—Tne...

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